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Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
March 28, 1912


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“The town that was built on a railroad,” Chipley is the seat of Washington County, located inland in Florida’s Panhandle, just south of the Alabama state line. First known as Orange, this small West Florida community was founded in 1882 in anticipation of the arrival of a railroad that would connect the farming area with markets in Pensacola and Tallahassee and in neighboring Alabama and Georgia. Shortly after the line was completed, Orange was renamed Chipley in honor of William D. Chipley, vice-president of the Pensacola and Atlantic Railroad, a notable figure in the political and economic history of the area and an aggressive lobbyist for railroad land grants. The town’s first newspaper, the Intelligencer, edited by J.C. Langley, also began in 1882. The Intelligencer was renamed the Chipley Banner in 1893 and published under this name until 1943, when it merged with the Washington County News.
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Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
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... Vol.XIX. Cfalpley, Washington County Florida; March 2&th. 1912.;; No. 3O f

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_'" FURNITURE DEPT in the artistic beauty Get. ,it at Schell's. Delivered free.
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.,k S r chairs for the poarch and hall, upholstered .

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After the Dloour Was Ended, Life Saver

Cbnroh I Director- .Young Heathen Wanted to Know j

M. E. Church Sout.h.-Prer.chln.every Only One Thing.A I F
st and 3rd Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. In a letter from Branch- ,

L.(Sabbath H. Chapuelle School, Pastor.10 a. m. W. N. Cheats, Bostonian, whQ has done considerable \ land, W. Va., Mrs. Eliza ,

Superintendent. missionary work in the far beth Chapman says: "1 .i.r iI
Thursday DIIht.I.YOUDIif .
Men's prayer'"meeting"Tuesday east, not long ago addressed a Bible suffered from womanly : it '

nights. Everybody cordially Invited.Baptist meeting in a church of that city, on troubles nearly five years.

which occasion he spoke of the adventures All the doctors In the county

and 4th Bandar.Church-Rev.Preaching B *tg.r,?every"tiSr-Jnd.. as well as the work, of the did me no good. I took :x A, ', i.x i. ,
Sabbath: Schoo110.. m., V. missionaries in that quarter, Cardul, and now I .am entirely y
Superlnteneent. well. I feel l like A Est
Prayer Meeting Wednesday: nights. :Magazine. new woman. Cardiff saved ,

r There 'was one youngster in the, my life! All! who suffer

Postoffle* Director audience, a lad of twelve, who had from womanly trouble I

Office hours 7:30 a.m. to 7:00 r m.; except been brought to the meeting by his : should give C rdul a trial..
father. It was with considerable surprise f
East-bound mall closes at 10:20 a.m E
West-bound mall closes at 5:10 p.m. and gratification that the missionary r p?

Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 mr. observed, when liis discourse ; y
and leaves on arrival of the east bound lkoCAR.DUITho e
mall. )tad been finished and he had .C ,

Sunday: hours: 11:30 m., to 12:30 p. m., asked whether anyone had any'ques- a k ?pt., t I Iu
Money: Orders Issued at all boars when ions to put, that the aforesaid "., 1"';;' \_j_! I
office Is except Sundays. .It',.
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evinced to 'of' if"I. :
youngster a disposition :
J P HCIlEL.Ii P.M Woman's Tonic .. ,
make an inquiry. ," '. .
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Our alubbiagLi., $.' "Come, my lad," said the missionary 50 years of proof have ':-J :

If there is convinced those who) .'.' ... .
UANNBB: and Semi-weekly Atlanta "speak up. ,any Jested -' ..

Journal, per year$1.75. thing I haven't made clear,, tell me" it, that Cardui quickly relieves ,. '.."",.6," ,

BANWEB and Thrice -week New York "Oh, everything is clear to me," aches and pains due j .:t:::..
World, $1.85.
4 ,
per :year ,
said "What I want to knowis .
BANNER: and Semi-weekly Tlme.tlnnand the boy. to womanly weakness,and .- :'

Citizen, per year, $1.50. have you any foreign" stamps you helps nature to build up ';. ,.;':,.t: ,

$1.2ft BANNER and Home and Farm,. per year can give a fellow'? weak women to health and '. : \, ,

strength. Thousands of ,. ,'
DOUBTFUL."I ., -- ',\\'ii;! 1iIfo'!.
women have found Cardui ., .

General .Directory. suppose you read my' speech," to be a real life saver. .. ,", ;', ,."....... ,:";.,"",
STATE OFFICIALS. aid the statesman. Why not test it for your '. 'Ir'f: ,.. _:
Governor-Alber W. GllchrUt. "Yes replied the constituent. "I '- -... <<' ".;'
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case Cardui today 't '
Secretary of Bute-H. Clay Crawlord. saw it in the Record. Candidate .Third \, ,:; "
for Congress. District. :, of.
Attorney General- Park Trammell. "Did you find it interesting?" :
Com Agriculture: E. McLin. "In a way. I've kind o' got a "
Treasurer-Wm Vv Knott. curiosity to see the audience that ,
Public I trocUon- W. M Hollo- ,: ... 1' .
Snpt. provided all the
laughter and
; applause I believe he was quite a good doc' '
way.: you've got marked in it.- tor but him Yote for Mays for Congress: :
; many' people
Comptroller-A.. O."Uroom. >-VJ:: -
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Washington for his personal charm, and the 1 > & { .

Chief Supreme Justice Court M. H.Thos.Mabrv.II. Shackleford Cler*. story was current that .ometimes.; He always votes f us,!<,: //::.:- --' *: "; -,.'>: :' >: K .

Railroad Commlsslon-R. Hudson Burr, LOST H18 LIVE.B. when the, case was not, urgent .he ,".' .r" .. "' ; ,, ,t,;:, ;,,

Chairman. ; R. C.'Dunn, Clerk. .'A.Slid, of Mason, ,,Micb., will' never would sit talking to the friends,and H.,7'T :. -:. :-A- -: ,," :J4'';;''. '''': '''i'.',, ,: '

Judge first judicial circuit J. Emmett orget hi* terrible exposure to a merciless" go ,away without referring: to the :', '. -: ':.:; ;".'.".1 -'" ", '. '.:: .4ifr ,:
Wolfe, Pensacola..r storm. "It gave me a dreadful cold, be '-r:; .' ,'. > ,:,: '. .,
(rr matter in hand. We youngsterswere -' ." ", ', ; J. :J!:.. ,... ;
writes "that caused severe pain In Dry :" -" ; 'f'w.. "" .IV'
State &lIc":) first Judicial circuit- always delighted to see him, for He feels as we feel.Truly : ',,:-: ..,":,<. '''' > "..\:.'V'., r\ .
-.... chest, ao U was bard for me to breathe. A .... ,. :,; :
L. Wilson. '
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'>\ neighbor gave me several dome ot Dr. he had always something unexpectedto : '" .' ., .MI. l. .v'J: :
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; Clog's New Discovery which brought 'say or do. He would take his :.;. t : : ,
he is of us'- -
U. S. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS.' great relief. The doctor said 1 was on' the watch out of one pocket and gravely one ,. > ,...,' "'' ':>:.. ".- .; ,';, '" '.,
: Gainesville ot but to continue with ." '. '. "
H. s. Chubb, Beglster, Fla. verge pneumonia it "
refer-to direct attentionto ,
Gainesville. he lsooverr. I did so and"two bottle or special .- .' ""
i" Shields Warren, Receiver completely cured me." Use only this quick some article of dress whose novelty w; B. MILTON, M.. L. DEKLE, S K M. GOLSON. ."/ : '. ,'.! i

e sate, reliable medicine lor coughs, colds, or he commended;;. and once when President. Vlce-Presldeut Cashier./ _

i: W WASHINGTON COUNTY OFFICEBS. my throat or lung trouble. Price 50o and driving with & friend he leaned, out '

Circuit Clerk-W. C. Lockey, Vernon. $1.00. Trial bottle. free. Guaranteed by of the carriage as if in search of First National Bank : .. ,, : '
r' County Judge--I. A. Hutchison Vernon. S.H:..McQeachy. ?, ." .., .,
'. Sheriff-C.. G. Allen Chlpley., something. "What are you lookingfor ," ., .'
Treasurer-B. B. Tiller Vernon !?*' she. asked, "some one you MARI1tNNA. ELli. t

.-- \ .rax'Auslor-J.J. Williams Chlpley.Tax HARD BUSINESS. I JI Jo know P" "No," he said, "I'm looking .rv'';" '. .I

Collector._ ..,.Gainer, Ucontana.Snpt. : at a dog I don't know."-FromParquharson's ... Capital 5000000. ,', ., ; ,
,' Public Instruction F Gainer, .." -.
.' ...! Wausau. 1n and Out of Parliament ,. Solicits Accounts of Banks, Corporations, Firms ana Individualx: t i':' .: .
,Y" Supervisor of Registration. ; W. S Our twenty years experience In the banking business enables us to offer ,'.' ;. ;....... .
..' Gainer, Econ na. you the best banking; facilities of any. bank in West F.orida. We also have;a 1 :.. ,...
County: Solicitor tA* D. Carmichael, You are probably a* are Ibat pneumonia fully equipped Savings-Department in which we pay interest on deposits. 'Ac7"y' .' ,
counts by mail handled as easily "
aa by personal Interview, .
Chlpley. / ,
always results from a cold, but you never Send ,
u.'ytlur business. ." .
\ 'County Surveyor-Thos. Collins, Cary beard,of a cold l resulting pneumonia when ,", :: .,

vllle, Fla, hamberlaln's.Cough Remedy was used. F. M.,GOLSON_ Cashier. 1': '. ', ,\ '.

County Commissioners: Why take the risk when tills .remedy may .. ,
I' J. T. Hlghtower Chairman, Vernon.A. be bad for a trifle f 1I'0r.le by all dealers ,,. .. ,

C. Gilbert Chlpley. UNIVERSITY .OF FLORIDA. Florida ,State College For Women;' <: ,, .-' :< : ...
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S. Davis, Wausau.
J. H. Porter Mlllvllle. "'I :
I A Superior But Inexpensive Institution for ,, "
1): F. Gunn.;Santa Rosa. Collpge of Art* and.Sciences, Normal School,' ; .M1:
Florida Men. .
Senator Root, at a luncheon at the .. Young Schonl-of Manic.School of Art. School ot, Expre" : '..
School Board: .,uurcole.PR' ultur at experiment -.t.- tlo lit skin. School of Home E<:onomka. ;, : "
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Washington Country club said of DnlYer ltx.extHBlon. 44-t FJr class-equipment throughout. Tuition c. ', '. mc.
G. B. Bush Chairman, Orange Hill >rofeaanrs and assistant free. M '.
*. 80 rant IncreaM id Other expenses very J ow For iDlormatkoi
per : attendance last ..
: S. J. Gainer, St. Andrew. war: ,.ar. Attractive building and campus. For address; ,. .. .. ''. ,.
"- W. F. Bu s, Vernon.' "Our arbitration, treaties come catatolrlleadd A. A. MUIPHREE Prctidcat. EDWA1D CONRADI. Proldeil., ,. ",... ..

I': none too.soon.. The world ,is getting .r _'

CHIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS.MayorU.H .- tired -of war. This" fact was wellbrought ,," .'1'\....
,Wells. ..

,;';.J -.Clerk...arshal-H.M.and Treasurer-W.Farrlor. W. Cook. by the remark home of to, an be English the other,diplo.-day: Here's a Good Slogan for :, 'i

'; Council-A. D. Carmichael, chairman, mat. -,,

C. B. Dunn.J, McGeachy, Cl E.,,Tbar|> .. "He said that, at the end of the, and : =
.::. ., IV, O. Butler,.Jr;, Jennie-I suppose in your business Doer.war, two Unionists were wrangling a Bigger Better Business ',' :, A -

of'bill collecting nearly every at a 'di ner; .. ">........... .." '' /. .
man asks to -' : -
call.again.. '
t. you 'I/ said the first Unionist, a "("

The Banner Jack=No; most of them dare me. lieutenant of.. volunteers'1. went to DONT! BLOCK,. THE' WAS! '. .. .' .. y.

the ''War and. defended : ;- ; "
FOR MATRIMONY my country. .. :."") ,. ,
'Pshaw, what of that?' th ..9ther Move 1\-8, fastis th'e procession--br move out. "Take 'the"" : -., '.

I Asa mean of-remedying the divorce retorted. 'I stayed' countrynd pace of the company. you are irC,6r make. "''way" for;;,the .man .''"- -
I Chipley! Fla. defended the war. "' '. ./, : .
evil several speakers recently behind.'Don't, .-- ., -.; ... y
in a convention of the Allied Charities lilt ,,' ,' .. ." --
Stands for the Upbuildinriof] \VO 'TLllIIPNW. J
of, Indianapolis suggested 'children = No stand in thdway. ; of;new i idjeas:. Don't pause in the 'tpath \ : '
more- for .
..should be taught early about' llmping Tom Moore or Coch. "' .. .::1; ,., : :
ran, (Jar "1 bud a bad sore on my listentlmtjiotblag of better'sy'stem. v" ,' Chipley D"n'tsettJc..dow.r ladder .
marriage, its duties and its sacred- seemed to help till I ..1I.edUuukleu' \ : onthe .. of- .. ."

t ness. They said if 'children,, weretrained Arnloa Salve," he writes, "but success., ;Don. ft'be a barnacle on'the:' ship of preer. ss. *'. .. ) ?' f'' :

Washington County, in the this. wonderful healer soon cured me" J .. ,'. -<-
as, rigosously meaningof : ,; "..,i
Heals oM ,.
running sores ulcers boils,
'divorce as some are in their: religious Change means' Progress meansadvancement t '
proeress. !
And burns, cuta. bruises, eozemaor :; :.::r
Florida] piles. Tryit '
duties they would .,.- -. "C 1 .. '
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Unly) 25 cents at 8< E, McQeachy. :. ', ;
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to understand should
marriage '
Advancement means. rnovemeat. 'Move! f ,,:, ''
4 Subscription, $1 i' Per Year be entered into lightly; and that divorces EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS' '- i t -"- '... ''. -'- ..
are Charles W. Mooreof
t wrong. DON'T BLOCK THE WATT "X. .
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that city spoke in that vein,, say- a ". yJ

ing that '"people marry hee31essly,' J::,. ___ "
We make a Specialty of :. '. ,1f,
and do'not understand,the real spiritual "- '
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Artistic tion. He adds' boys and girls TRADE DcaiONS MARKS, CURTIS, L. JONES. AD. CARNIOHAKL: .:, :'. ; .. ', >..4
should be .J
trained carefully. 'i ,
?- COPVMIQHTS "0. Attirney n*. l.ww 'f ,, -'.
1 ., Anyon..nding sketoh and deeorlptlon me* Notary Public State at Large. -? .,
+' -- anlokly sscertnln our opinion I tree whether u :
iommercial ,. tm.Colleetlonaa8peciaity. r'<
Printing invent'nn pro"I"p.t me mused.. :- i,
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HAR09UOR All business "
A piece of flannel dampened with Cham, = strletlreoned.nthal. aD Pataa4 entrusted to '
fr.a UlitMt for rhliiley.:1 i I Fla
manner Mcurtn t.
ft'V?.. .**** berlain's Liniment and bound on .to "the ppe tents notice Uken,.wlilxHik Munn.,In the js> ,.rwelt. ,my care will have my prompt ;, '". : > : .
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/ : ?*< part. superior n.njr .plaster K .
r '%h ilihe Banner When troubled with lame back or pain In Scientific Muierkane attention. Fees reasonable;, n J. J JONES. : ; ". : : 't
i' the aide or chest give It rt trial and you are .A handsomely llhintrsl'''t w.eHy. Tjtmet rtr- ', ',
rotation of Can : -
i anr..l.ntiaanpnQ Term..t. be.found at Post Office \J ,
certain to be more than pleased 'with the .Ci., : 'v- ,- "
ft,,,:, ,.{ff''Chipley Fla. I prompt relief sflbrds. Sold" by all MUNN & CO.ae1BVO.dar. New Turk' x.ttorney-At' .
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6. Laws that will, properly control and regulate both labor and capitaland A
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: and adequate adjustment.
-.',." 7. Perfection of the employer's liability act., that negligence may not be Chipley Citizens Should Weigh ,.
," : without' its just burdens, that the dependent taborer and his family Without Well This Evidence.

L : r justice to the employer shall be protected and adequately compensated. Proof_pf merit flea In the evidence.

"" -. ; 8 Business like appropriations by the Goverment for the development of Convincing evidence In Chipley.Is .

the rivers, harbors, inland'waterways and good roads but not the use of the not the testimony of strangers. ,

',,7j"" ''''' National Treasurer for commercialism; or to gain local favor-for selfish ends But the endorsement of Chipley peo. .
9. Enlarge facilities at the Agricultural College, to.the education of the pie. -
.",I,4 V'J farmer and gardner that they may be safely advised to.Increase their production That's the kind of proof given here*
"" and profit. '. statement'of Chipley citizen
.if.;-.'. 10. Law that will create "Land Mortgage banks", and make safe the Mrs. A. E. Helton of Chipley, Fla.,

...'.:' '\'. farmers and land-owners'property as security .- says: "The public staatement I ga'ethree
", .''' 1) Improvement of our commercial banking monetary system thatit years ago, recommending Doan'a
,:,:;".'11 ,' ,' ; may be both.adequate and safe. *. ,' -[ "' Kidney Pills ,was entirely correct andI t
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.. .12. Amendment service confirm It. This remedy has
<'... to the civil laws that every protectiori af-
: forded, and allow never failed to give prompt relief
yet every citizen to be a sovereign -participate In" the
t. .' duties and ranks of.cltlzenshlp. when we have had occasion to use it."

,.,''1;. 1'I :i j 13. Income and Inheritance tax with'limitations that will not' permit an (Statement given March 30, 1911.)
\.;;: .' Indirect tax State .On May, 1908, Mrs. Helton said:
on County
..:. ,'. or municipal ecurltl s.or increase the burdenof
.. ': ; -' State County or mnnlclpal taxes. "A member of my famly had a severe

'.!;/It,.4f.,. 14. Amending the Act of Congress of 1907 so as to include Florida with. attack ot typhoid fever about a year

.,... .'f'' .... <./ Waahlngton. 'Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming and Colorado preventing afro which left his kidneys weak arid
., disordered. After that he
""- further additions to the Forestry Reserve area. wa scarcer--
}j2; Iy free from 'bachache .
ever and II10
Abolishing Cboctawhatchee National Forest Reserve,! removing
.t..... the unjust tax and limitations east work caused a tired, worn-out
...,r.... on the original pioneer,settlers within its boun-
;..i. : dary, that its territory may become the homes of liberty 'loving cltUens.,' glv- eel ing.. A relative advised a trial of

.:... .."'"'. them opportunity to have neighbors and schools and exsend the basis of taxtlori .. Doan's Kidney Pills and this remedy

.o ,...,.,",. _. ,* ; a '_ was'obtained* at McGeachy &: Co'
.5" r 16. Ship canal across Florida to avoid the risk and expense of the J long. Drug Store. Its use brought relief
trip around the dangerous coast. from tne paint and soreness and acted

:\ 'I' 17T Eliminate the excessive costs of the Federal Courts that the judiciary ( as a ton If to the entire system."

....\1J.--;! : .. may be the..resort for,the poor to settle their Issues'and not merely the play !'.,t tile by all 'Uixlif*. Price 50

":'...,.j.. '....,. ground for the rich.' v entsi; Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
-'r'. 1'.. '"; :...:.:. 18..Laws to perfect and simplify court pleading and practice that both a New York', ole agents for the United
.. .'.:.t: i. and talr trial States. v .. .
1. F vw speedy maybe had, with all essential to establish justice.

;:::{: : .,> : ;.. "He .will .Represent the Distri :t.u 19. Amendment to the Federal Constitution that'will abolish life tenure Remember' the. name-*Doan's. .-and
T ""' !!l' In office for Federal Judges. take no (ltper. ?

/ ;' ; f ". ? Candidate for Congress, Third District .20. Our form of government in Its three branches Legislative Executiveand .- ..

... ', Judicial, ts the distinction that marks its force and safety over the ruinsof
.0", .,,. }y, Democratic 'Primaries' 1912. all former efforts aristocracies. monarchies and despotisms. In'Its representative R. F.. SCARLETT
form it is the best ,
t. product of Christian civilization for the
I have become a candidate for Congress this district. i sub- gorvern-
: : meat of man, reserving to the people the right of petition, for changes in organic -
". :. mit my record and platform frankly and fearlessly] requesting law, the levying of special! tax.or the granting of extraordinary privileges Notary Public. .
:. '< and hoping that you may likewise donsider.both, that by your examination over which they should have final decission. f.

.: J...',e :, you may mteligently and concientiously discharge your I solicit your consideration and support. Real :Estate Handled.

::',:.: ;, :; ;" duty yourself; and to your district, free from (friendship and, .re- March 11; 1912. Wm. W. Flournoy:" Collections'a specialty. t

:j'S> ? lationshipor faction. obligation .to.wtuch should not-be paid at the Candidate<< For Congressman, Third District..

'tr:!;':' ',,-1. expense of either.your conscience or the'government. Democratic Primaries 1912. Office In First National; Bank.
. } J: : ,'. Don't vote for me because_ we are, friends; don't vote against .. : -

; "' : '4" .-:_ me merlejr for some :personal reason:or caprice. Charge against Sheclfff'8 Scale

:;iii..I; .:.. '" '4-' me the evils of my'.ancestors even.further than .the t .urth generation .ton In County County Court Florida.for and In Washing (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium)

......ib.:\ : ;b.: '. ,:- .," bht don't credit me with, nor risk the welfare of this district T. D. Owens, Plaintiff, Permanent-

'r.... ,..,.. .'''_ :... on the, achievements of my grand sires or uncles vsWashington Bros., a'firm campused P Prompt Powerful _
t '. of J. T, Washington and George Ito beneficial ef.fecta Stubborn cues" Good re ult. are
,.: I'. I believe it isstie duty'of the candidate and not that of the Washington Defendants. are usually yield to P. P. P. lutingU cures

.. iI;.:; : 0'.0 candidate's oponent, to fully and clearly publish his record and his Unnder and by virtue of an execution 0 felt very qwck1ybenotbermedl..'clues arc \&M1 l_- )'ou&o'ous4'
lasund out of the County Court fo .and In
.-:: ...(.: ..' .. own characteristics: so that he submits himself to you as the great the County of Waahlngtou, State of Flor

. :;:_. .'.':." 'Impat'Jia1.jury; between his personal ambition and the good of theram ida Washington wherein T. D.Itros.Owens, a firm was oomponed plsintitfand p.. P. P.

/'f, ... > .. &:government and likewise the duty of the voter in this"' constitutional of J. T. Washington and George VVa h. .

. : (" .-, i ,relation to demand such action from each candidate: all of Ington upon and were will deendante.I sell on the first bave Monday levied In i Makes rich; red, pure btood-tlea' sea..the entire .
April same being the first day of Acrll system-clears the brain-strengthens digestion and-nerves.
f { which stimulates alike esteem and confidence the machinery
'. I''\ our A. D. 1912, between the' hours of Eleven A positive specific for Blood Poison and skin diseases..
..: '' of government, that by true ballot justice may be done. At M. and Two P. M.. at the front doorof i
the Courthouse in Vernon Washing Drives out Rheumatism and Stops the Paid; ends Malaria;
.y : The greatest enemy to you and to our government. to both, ton county Florida, at public outcry to is a wonderful tonio and body-builder. Thousands! ndOJ'selt.,
the highest bidder for cash the
labor and capital l is the failure on the part-of both candidate and I described real estate, to-wlt: following Lou 143 F. V. LIPPMAN SAVANNAH .
:::; : -. .... .. voter to conceive the purpose of government and to realize his and between 144 fronting Wlxth: and on Seventh::!Railroad streets stteet lii and the ".

;: connection and duty, the fearless discharge which free from all town of Chipley Washington; county.
Florida, and upon which Is situated atwo.ltory
baneful Influence, is 'prerequisite if the government is to continue hotel building, together with
'" all tenements and hereditaments! there- ...G.. .. 0 ...G.......
', : >' _.... ,in i its present. form. The greatest enema to both labor and capital unto belonging bald property being soldas = =

-t"; is the candidate of a faction or some individual who seeks to' the property of J. T. Washington to ,
.... satisfy the above described: execution.
.:. be elected. not by publishing fully and clearly his record that you Said execution being! for the sum -of

',' .- .. may examine it, but rather deals'in inuendoes, appeals to. passion 1112.28 Purchaser and the to cost pay for of court.deed. I Wire Fence. i

--i.:: ,, ,, and'glittering neralities. Witness my band and seal at Vernon, I
; Florida, this the 80th day. of February ,
', :.;\. ..::,. : I do not ask that you vote for me, but rather request that. you A. D. 1912.' .0.0.
\ .; ALLEN Sheriff
a....'.:: ._": .. :_ fearlessly examine' and my opponents with respect toper special By J. W. WILLIAMS 0_ 0DR

r".(. ':' ''- ', .. qualifications for the great work and opportlln itie to develop W. O..BUTLKB Sol.. for Complainant.Deputy Sheriff, : .. i

I' ''v': __ every interest: within the scope of the congressman's duty. -- dsa (

i ': : .: Measure' us'rigidly. Let us equally with labor and capital NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
Department' of the Interior, 7 a9Z4
'.i"; "...C'..:,",'. '. and their'neaessary.. orgacizations'be, guided. by-the truth. Let us U.. S. Land Office tt Gainesville Florida e ,

:{.1J. '-' .- establish rules! n d 'principles' for their guidance, for. the control Notice Is hereby given March tbat Callie 0, 1912.: Carter
'"' one of the heirs for the heirs of Ellla .
ourselves" and ofmanycondltionsfree from sordid
;f"r ..,, many men or. ldc'4ellldeceased) of Econ oa, Florida -

."M,, .,,.,";' ,......_ selfish motives? In .my private life. militaay and public service. I who on January 12 No.1910 00288., made for homestead \.-
'!" .. have followed these precepts; ,'irrespective of any fancied public Section bntrfz..lIerial 31. 1 North Range/ 1- .. West Tallahassee Meridian has Died 8 ..
-, .;- sentiment or. ulterior results. Whatever, glory.or distinction may tics of intention to make Final Commutation no- ---

;.... : .':: 'have marked my public service has been the result ot such efforts. land above Proof, to establish claim to the N..W..w. ,. ..., .. ,Ny. .T,........,M'h..Mww __.____
described before the Clerk nf
In this'campaign.I believe you intend to. demand the highest the Circuit (Court at Vernon Florida on .

;.. .:''L order of. political action from the candidates and that your answer the Claimant 17th day name of witnesses 1912. : William Just a word Farmers and Fence Builders:
." Wells Isaac liarrntt, Gus Solomon, J, U. :
r _,; -.: : toappeais to passion will come, as jt .came to Xerxes that you Robins, all ct Econflna, lflorlda.henry i

I I7:;::.:. ."" ". :"" 'consider arid fight not for money, but for honor which alone can S.: Chubb, .
Ed. fee pd. Register, Having made deal for Ten Car Loads :
'" }'.> ; :<,'... give peace to our social and political life.i.'s .a '

;; ;: ':: .:: .. ." .f- ," I: therefore,'ask your indulgence) for the earpest consideration NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION, S_ of the Best'American Steel Wire Fence .we .
Department of the Interior
_: : ": -< ; of my record and platform pup'lished and! to b.e' continued U. S. Land Office at Gainesville Florida op

.z:, _; .. "-. 'throughout the campaign.The press is in the open and'should' Notice Is hereby given March that Lucius 9, 11112.Carter 9 are in position to make. you better.' prices .

?t.. .'z ",be'fair,.giving both 'to you and my opponents t fag.facts and princi- EconBoa, Florida who. on May 84, -
1910 made Homestead Entry, Serial : :
: _: which I elicit action and solicit support. I No than ever before.,
1, ti ;, jp1e upon; vour your OU838 for8W of 8W#,Section83 Township
"=" i havee and will have nO'paul''Wor.kers in the field. Not one dollar- ,! North, Range! U West,'rallabassee '
:.. Meridian has Died notice of Intention to
:: +r-' .;' "' ;will bVliWP.efit by mei, because I believe such to be the basest of lish make claim Final to Commutation the land above Proof described, toestab- : Be .sure you see .us before buying wire-...

t"Z.: : -:. ': corrupt, i influences on our body politic.. Voluntary workers for before the Clerk of the Circuit Court at 2 elsewhere. It' saved.. '
Vernon, Florida,on the 17th day of April means money :. '
..:',:K--: <' ': \the, candidate..are coq"siitent.witb good cltizendhip, but, paid runners 1913. i QP .
"' : i' '- : and '' field '-abhorent and obnoxious to they Claimant names art witnesses: (ins :. .
: secretaries'$1.the are .
;)' Solomon, J, B. Robins Isaac, Barrett, _.. ,
<::, cr :- 'a''- ;. decent instincts'of an .American.t William Wells, all of Econflna Florida. -. '
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:J.. ; :. :.r ,: .. : 11 eo I') S. Chubb, $ Chipley Hd vv. Co.Osion '".
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t !: ,' '. ..; ./ I.favor elecled'apd will diligently study and advocate U. S. Land Office at Gainesville. Florida ..'

;,,'l: t x}:;.. 's'!: \ '. wl; The principlea the fast :Democratic platform. March 9, 1912. ,
; Notice is hereby given that William R. E. TILLER.
-F,, ::I ,. .:,",:. .' '2.\ Giving the Interstate commerce: Commission such authority and powers Wells. of Econtina: ,Florida, who on June -' : Lodge, #:{o. 40,

'::;-t: :;: : ;, :. .. that it may consistently and effectively enquire.into and regulate expresss'a 11,.1910, made Homestead Entry.' tterlslMo. .DENTAL SURGEON, /\% a F. a. M;
08974 for of UEK, Section 80,
railroad; telegraph and telephone companies* doing interstate bnai EM .
an eas.I
> .
Township 1 North, Range 13 West Tallahassee Chipley Florida
":, 3. A revision of the Tariff law!; so that It shall be levied for revenue Meridian has filed notice of Inten- Regular. Communications: Second

f!B".".. '. '- only, that this the.greatest; oppression of a_free people and.Viol ion of the tion establish to make claim Final to Commutation the land above described -. Office over First Nat'l! Book each Saturday month.and Fourth Friday night in

f.-' J::?,'. '; purpose spirit and,letter stout government and its constitutions. shall be no before the Clerk of the Circuit Visiting Brethern cordially Invited.
It la under the form of the Court, at Vernon. Florida., on the 17th
: loneer-tolerated. robery Jaw4 "L W. "W
:: day of.A prlt, 1912. A. G.( McQuagge\ .j L.-TAYLOR. ; M.
r s> .h, .' : .. Preventing(faaibllngin.every sphere of human activity, especially in Claimant names ... witnesses: Lucius w. W.,?JOHESJ Sec. .
,:y" : ,,<:., ,. '. :' farm products and the necessaries of life, than which, there is no greater evil Carter lease Barrett, Frank McNeil], Rotary Public .
1'1.:,\.. "'r 5. Laws that wits be effective against trusts and. monopolies, that wilt, Pscar. Hopper,-all of henry Econflna.Chobb.Florida, -Getting even'* suan,'' gets

f... .' : give and preserve equal opportunities and burdens Ed. fee pd Register. | State at Large. <. one in a worse"flip .

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THE BANNER Homestead Laws Are Liberalized. -

The house devoted a day last
week to a bill liberalizing the l ,
At ga.WAsVTBR .
homestead laws by reducing

W. .I0"U_. Bdttof.Ifntmd from five to three years the residential HAVE-YOU SEEN THEM ? "

at the povtodtai at ChlpUy,Fla., a. requirement. 1

Mcoad cUuu mall matter. Settlers would be permited to ,
absent themselves from their ... i

OKJB TBAB.......... .... ..........$ homesteads five months in each ,

six MOUTHS.:.. .50 year. The bill has passed the < The beautiful line of New Spring Shoes ,
Senate. we have for men; wimen and children.

rate unUhd on.application. The bill provides for a seven- -' ,

months "presence" ot the entry- For men we have the Edwin Clapp and ..

Communication of local Interest on live are topics solicited., especially It man or his'family in each calen- -' Hamilton-Brown'Shoes in Buttons and Ox- p

Is understood, however, that the publish- der Secretary Fisher. says "
fords in the and most
of THE BAHKKB: will not be responsible year. very latest styles .
for correspondents. it the word "presence" is to "
.. opinions expressed by that \, comfortable lasts. ,. ,
be construed so as to require the .
'T'nI BA.HNEB: wants a live representative .
and correspondent at every postofflceIn entryman or his family to be For the ladies we have the prettiest '
the county, and will make liberal arrangements -
with the right parties. physically present on the land line of shoes ever shown in Chipiey* in But- ;

during every minute of the seven tons, Oxfords and Pumps in White Buck- 1

.THURBDA.Y. Mmrah.2S.1911.t : : months the law would be so -
skin White Canvass Tan Gun Metal and '.

-- drastic as to be practically prohibitive Patent Leather ;

LaFolette handed the Col. a and that if it is not sub- ''''. "

hot-one in North Dakota. ject to such construction it remains And for the Children we have the White !

... I wholly doubtful bow much 'Canvass, Patent Leather and ,Vici Slippers.

More than a hundred miners "presence" is due to be required. I {

were killed in an explosion in the He says he sees no justifi- I 'I :, We can fit any foot with'a comfortable (

San Bois mine near McCurtain, cation for making "presence" on 'I ., ';.and.a'lonq.lasting shoe. No need to go further .... r I

Okla. last week.Roosevelt's the land equivalent to "resi- _" <0 ': /;:' .,r, ,: but just stop in at our store and get' k'

II dence." ." ycur spring and Summer Shoes.Campbell .
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campaign for nomi- ,,, I'

nation received a jolt last week W! T., HORNE, '
& Dekle
when LaFollette, carried North Camdldate four County Superintendentof Company.

Dakota by an"overwhelming ma- Public Instruction. -

jority. i

T Principle I Advocate. _nn un __ _

While it seemes that Woodrow 1st.-That school position be ,ANNOUNCFMENTS., For Tax Ameuor. For County C ommlMloner D.... No.,3 ;

Wilson is still in the lead, in the awarded upon merit. I hereby announce myself a candidatefor To comply with a promise to friends
Tax Assessor of Washington county, tbfct I would go into the race tor County
race for presidential nomination, r 2nd.-That the schools be Political announcements under this subject to the action of the Democratic Commissioner 1 now announce myself a
Primaries and solicit support and candidate for that office for the /second
Oscar Underwood is
W. running graded and competent teachersbe head will be ts for all county officers, ex Influence. If elected I shall endeavor to District, subject to the action of the
some himself. selected for thedifferent cept County Commissioners and membersof conduct the affairs of the office with fairness Democratic primaries. X promise If elec.. }'
SchooJ Board,,which will .be 2.50 eacb. and justice to all. ted faithful attention to business coming "'
grades DAVE D. DAVIS. before the Board. I will appreciate .
All announcements must. be" paid for In your vote and cup ort. i
Nearly 2,000 organizations: ot 3rd.-That the rural schools advance.L. 1 Yours v4.'r1trlllYI.:
For Tax Collector W. E. 1ORRIS I1
''various kinds were engaged in be given longer terms .better I hereby announce myself a candidatefor

the fight. against, tuberculosis' on trained and .more experienced H. BoweD for Representative, subject Tax to Collector the action of Washington of the Democratic county I herewith announce my candidacy as
1 1912 and teachers. primaries. If elected 1 will endeavor at I, County Commissioner from District No. 8, j, ?
January ,, new agencies
To the Voters of Washington County: I all times to discharge the affairs' In the subject to the action of the Democratic "
have been formed during the 4th.-That the length of termsof I am a candidate for Representativefrom office with fairness to all. Primaries. If elected I shall endeavor to "
this in the Legislature of do whole in th premises safe- '
county my duty &- ;
past year at the rate of about onea stihoools in town and countrybe 1013. subject to the decision of the Democratic I I thank you for all and past influence favors and lu the solicit gaurdlng an bent I .may $he Interests of p

day, according' to a statement equal-each receiving equal I If elected primaries I will introduce and May supporta 28,1912. : coming your Yours I am truly., J appreciate the people your of the vote entire-county and support.BUSf1.' 1 will e

issued today by The National appropriation from the general bill providing for a division of Washington II. li. TILLER.For ; :! .
I county following these lines: Com
Association for the Study and fund: menclng at the north west corner of Cal. 1
houn county thence running west thru I hereby announce my candidacy to sue
rev J1taHod of Tuberculosis. Sth.-That when any Districtbe the center of Township 2 north Range 12 Superintendent! Public InstructionTo ceeed myself as County Commissionerfrom
west to range line between Uangeaia &13 the citizens of Washington coumy,1 I District No. 8, subject to-the actionof
.. .. favored with longer terms, thence south along said range line to and especially registered the democratic primaries. If elected I A
that maintain itself sub-dis to the Base Line; then west along said having carefully considered the duties of shall endeavor to zealously safeguard the f
Next Monday that entful by Base Line to Plneloir creek, thence down County Superintendent Public Instruction I Interests of the taxpayers and all citizensas
trict tax. said creek to Choctawhatchee river. I and being solicited by some- of my In the past, and earnestly solicit your t,
the "Rube" clan will
day when feel tbat the above plan will be perfectly strongest friends I hereby announce my vote and support. :
gather In Pensacola, and tor the 6th. That all teaching shall be satisfactory to all Interested In county self a candidate I for the above office, subject I A. C. OILBERT.
to the action of the Democratic pri-
division and eminently fair and just to
second time ,wipe up the earth, thorough and practical in train- the whole of Washington county.I maries, and If elected, promise faithful 1
children' will also favor a bill prohibiting the service and to conduct the business of I here declare 'myself a candidate for
so to speak, 'with the "Mutts" of ing our for successful employment of convicts In competition the office in such a way as to reflect cred Commissioners !' for the Second ,
annihilation lives. with free labor and providing for their It ou myself and my constituents. I will District. Subjecting myself '
the Journal. We hope the
being employed on the roads of the state. appreciate your votes and your trust Imposed to the result of the primary elections
will be so complete this 7th.That agricultural and At all times shall use my best efforts In me. Thanking you In advance, and I solicit the vote and support of the 1" r
In behalf of the common people of our 1 desire. to remain your servant.W voters of our district. If you elect mo I
time that the Journal bunch mechanical training be. requiredin county, striving to conserve their Interests T. IIOHNE. will give you the best service It Is pose!. 1
and protect them against nnjust and ble for me to r-der. \
will never even think: again that, the public schools. dlscrlmnatory legislation.With J. W. THARP. f
they can play ball, much less 8th.-That we adopt a uniform the hope that the above brief out To the Democratic Voters of Washington
line will meet with the approval of the County: !
challenge the' "Rube" editors tothe system of text-books, and that voters of Washington county I ask most I hereby make mv announcement for For member School Doord_ _2nd JD>1*|. {
respectfully for their supfrllHOWELL. the office of County Superintendent of The friends of Mr. U *1. Bush announce
diamond. the Board of Public Instruction ; Public Instruction for Washington County him to succeed himself as Member of '

.. purchase and keep on hand'a sufficient subject to the Democratic primaries.If School Board for District :No. 8. Mr.
nominated and elected I will follow the Bush has served us faithfully for many
supply of such books'and For Sheriff: Constitution and the school laws of Florida years and we do not feel that his day of ,
Col. FJournoy' ,. candidate for I hereby announce myself a candidatefor using every effort-to work faithfully usefulness! near past yet. .,
they be furnished to patrons and Sheriff of Washington county,subjectto for the benefit of a., better and broader, IIJS FRIENDS ,.
from this district is
congress the action of the Demacr tlc Primaries system In our publIc schools. I promise ;
children at actual cost of books
# waging a vigorous campaignfor ; Thanking you In advance for your support -. all the ability I possess towards conforming I hereby announce myself a candidate 1
to the rules and regulations of the
and the superintendent be made and Influence, 1 am
for member of theBoard of Public Instruction -
the nomination in the, primaries. Yours! truly school board In Its lawful duty. I enter I I
Librarian. ,, LLIAMS.I this race free from any entanglement Washington countyfrom
Col. Flournoy is"abeliever: with any clique or faction. I expect to District No.3,.Iuj bect to the action of k
9th-That the extravigant do my whole duty as director and educa the Democratic primaries. If yon see fit
in progress and sh'ows'it by the / to nominate and elect me to 1 ,
hereby announce my candidacy for tor. L. L. CUARLES. ,
liberal use ot printer's ink. And method of using money to obtain the Democratic nomination of Sheriff of place I promise you the best service It Ispossible
votes and the office 'be climated Washington connt)'. If nominated and To the voters of Washington County: for me to render. '
the matter be is having published elected I promise to faithfully dischargeall I herein announce myself a candidatefor Thanking you In advance for your vote ''
from our.Primary the duties of the as well as your influence among your ,
system. office especially so re-election to the office of County
for the people to read and consider In the prompt execution and' service -of Superintendent of Public Instruction neighbors In my behalf I am
10th-That the campaign be Yours truly,
and writs, both criminal and the Democratic
is clean clear cut, and processes subject to action of the
free of mud slinging, eleven h- civil Issuing from the various ,conrts of primaries. 1 have the work well In hand ;
shows much literary ability. His the county. and If elected, I promise In future as 1 ,
hour attacts misrepresentations, I respectfully solicit the support of the have In the past. to faithful In the discharge For County Treasurer "
platform, for instance,'published voters In'the Democratic Primaries with of every duty connected with said
-7 last week, shows his mastery of and falsehoods, gotten out by political conscientious derlre to discharge If office. Respectfully 1 hereby announce my candidacy for ?-
enemies.I elected every duty of the office with loyalty B. F. GAINER.For the office ot Treasurer Washington ,
English phraseology, and that he to your Interest. county subjecting myself to the action
stand for the above princi- Yours very; truly, Clerk Circuit Court and result of the DemocraticPrimaries..,,,, "
is also familiar with the condi- I1EMRY Ii RIUOR.To to be held April 30th and 38th If '
ples. To the Voters of Washington County: elected 1 promise the Mal Washington ., T'
tions of bur government, and the I am a candidate for the office of Clerkof county an honest administration of '
W. T. HORNE. the peoplo of Washington county: the Circuit Court. of Washington county the.affairs of the office. '
of. the people. I am a candidate for sheriff and earn In the Democrat c primaries, and respectfully Thanking yon In advance for your vote'and
estly request your consideration In the solicit your votes and support.If Influence among your neighbors, I am ,
-- I Shirt Democratic primaries. My past' life Is you elect me to this Important place. I Yours truly, \ .
waists at B. Blake & Co'sNew
FDRTlONGTJFEThose' mv best recomemlatlon', and I assure yon the people of the county the same JOSEPH II. PORTER,
of a clean, able and fair administration fidelity to duty that I have given you In i
line o'f dresses and skirtsat of the duties of the office,without fear or the office I now hold. '
favor, should you choose' me as your Thanking you In advance for your vote
Interested Please Head B. Blake & Co's.More chelf executive: officers of the county. I and your Influence among your neighborsIn The 7.S
shall make the race on my own merits.I .- my behalf, 1 am r
Fresh air and exercise, with,proper wire, but no better wire know nothing of political wire pulling, Respectfully
food and a' sufficient amount of Bleep' than PAGE. Dunn-Coleman and I earnestly ask your careful consideration w. B. GAINER.To Great Liyer
are the essentials.. before making up your' mindas
to whom the VoWra' of Washington County:
Under each a regime of living We have the cutest dresses tor Respectfully yours, I hereby announce myself a candidatefor
germs cannot develop'and many dla-. children M. ,W. vREITT.To the omce ot Clerk of the Cfrcult Court Remedy.
you ever saw.-B. Blake of Washington County Florida, subjectto
eaaea are prevented.Should -
..-- .... & Co. the action of the Democratic Primariesto
the system require a tonic the Voters be held on April 30th and' May 28th, 1vD i
take only such as Ton know their Ingredients I herewith announce my candidacy for J912. ." '
We carry three of the best the office of Sheriff of Washington
-such Is Vlnol. which la a : county 1 realize that any position. man may
knocker fertilizer distributorsthat subject to the action of the Democratic get by the vote of the people 1 IIJ a sacred
delicious combination of the health- primaries, and I ask

your consideration trust. If you elect me an your Clerk, I
giving properties of, the coda livers there is.-Dunn-Coleman Co and support. And I If you elect will give you honest service and courteous -
with all the useless grease eliminated'and I I! me I promise to give you a fair and' t.reatment.Give _
administration of the office
mn an opportunity to 'serve you
tonic Iron added, happily blended Come to our store ane see the Yours truly and I will be on hand whenever you have
In a mild medicinal wine. pretty new thing we have for the I JOHN T. BUTT.To business In the Clerk's Office. -
For this reason Vlnol In regardedas I will tally ..pureclateJoor support.
one of the greatest body builders ladies, mIsses and children to the Democratic voters of Washington WALTER COOK. T1 ?

and Invigoratora for aged people. It tojvvear.--B. Blake & Co. I County.
'invigorates and, builds them up; and I am a candidate before the Primaries For County Comtnl..lonr. D.... No* 3
to be held April 30th and May 28th, re- I hereby announce myself .a: candidatefor iti '
keep them up. The ladies are invited to Campbell -I ON SALE AT
kgectlvely' for the office of Sheriff, and County Commissioner from District
We sell"Vlaol with the understanding & Dekje Co's. to see their promise If elected' prompt nad efficient No. 3, subject to the action of the Democratic _
'that If It. does! not give satisfaction attention to the affairs of the office; and primaries. 1 promise If elected, City Drug Store : : I IChipley.
" the price'.will returned.' lovely line of dress goods and. honest and Rraftless administration.I ,. faithful and efficient' attention to all business ,, L,
Respectfully, comlogbefore the Board. -
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S, E; McG achv. Chlpley, Fla. trimmings. i I.. D. A. >MCMILLAN. GFOROE F. GAINER. Fla',

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\ CarFaell tabor, 55,000 St. Andrews.. Bay, 203,560' Black Water River, 25,000' .$' ,

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, i ccdti 450,000 Holmes River 6,000 not to exceed 50.000 .':

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+R vers, 31,000 Santa Rosa Sound, 24,000 TOTAL $1,350,060 '
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Work of Bureau of Printing: j
Run-Over Locals. Plows HTHat Win Plow.
Probably very few of the users .. ,

..... Pr.'IDIr .&t r..Y. of postage stamps and spenders of

I respectfully announce that I am a of greenbacks realize that By the use of the old style impliments- especially chilled Plows-a big presentage up-to=date your crop.1 I

caadldaM to succeed myself as Proaecol, and.- these two articles are the product 1s lost each-year on account of your land being improperly broken. The modern, farmer
of Washington county I it
lot attorney ;
solicit the supper of the voters In of one of the biggest factories wants effeciency, and in the present age ,progressiveness! must. have the' proper equiptnepit: means J

; Democratic primaries.A. D. CAEMICHAELJ. belonging to a national government time, money and labor' saved. .:' j-...:-
J : viz.. the United States -" ':' ,:;" ,

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' of Director Ralph tor the fiscal
"Dock" Reddick visited Southport Win J.PLOW O1i r
1911 contains some impressive -: The .
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a day or two ;: '::":;',. .
facts and figures. 't, ) j

., All kinds of sweeps and scrapes The amazing number of ten .' :x :

, and plow shapes- of all kinds at billion postage stamps were printed ;

Dunn-Coleman Co. last year and the output of .., ". I

Why make shirt waists when notes, certificates and bonds ,
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you can buy it from us alreadi were 67,000,000 sheets'; of national ",""
mad-B. Blake & Co. bank Doles, 12,000,000. sheets; '-
internal stamps, 84- clock. It is a real pleasure to.step the hand4
of revenue
to and steady as a
in Keeps the ground runs as
The jury the Harper murder it turns the
case, which was tried at Vernon oooooosbeets; of custom stamps les ot a Wm J:Oliver Plow, as "bumper" crops always follows. in its wake, because 1acd.t1

153,000 sheets; of checks, drafts and thoroughly pulverizes the soil. -- ,/ j i
last week, made a mistrial. completely: Regarding- repairesand
and miscellaneous. 2,266,000 That is the sort plowing that'is wanted and needed to be successful. ;
Buy that Easter dress for your sheets made that parts can be supplied and fill)
sheets. In all 1, 262,806,113 parts for the Wm.,J. Oliver Plows that are so accurately. ; ,
selt or your daughter from us; ot the various government; issues '' 1
we have just what you want.B. ..-' were printed when, We you issue get a complete FARM IMPLEMENT catalog, and it'is yours for the asking either in peivj

Blake & Co. Don't hesitate to send it In.,.
The enormous output of paper son writing. Your request will recefve'orompt. attention. .. t

" We will sell you a Cole cotton money is explained by the fact Retail. ;
anu corn planter: and guano distributor that its average life is 'only be- Wholesale

combined; see them-- tween two and three years. ... .

'= Dunn-Coleman Co. And nearly the whole of our gold Southern Hardware and Supply Company 1

W. T. ,Horne, candidate for coinage goes into' the Treasury, ,
where it lies inert, while the pa-
I county Superintendent of School
was in town Monday, and made per money issued against it cir St. Louis & Water Sts. Mobile, Ala. ,.
culates. The Treasury now
'. arrangement for some .advertising ---,
matter. holds more than -FARQUHAR MACHINERY CO. :
gold-such an accumulation, it Call For Primary Elections .

L. H. Howell, the leading can is said, has never -before been The Democratic ;Executive Committee'I 431 E. Bay Street

didate for representative passed known. of Washington couuty,estate of Florida, JACKSONVILL P, L.ORIDA. 'J

through 'town Wednesday e& .. .. hereby call and provide for the holding oJ Largest stock of Machinerjjin
Democratic election to be held
. rouue to his home atPanama a In Vi ashlngton county,'at the'lepal poll- Florida for saw mills aoa Jl j(
City. He bad been serving on HIS log! places la ,each election district, on planing mills. '

the at yernon. v .rue"da.t.he. 30th day of A'or II, 1912,, for
jury !
the nomination of all Democratic candidates .
Two sewers were put in from for the office of State Senator from has been built for 57 years;!

State Bank. this the 25th senatorial district, one Bepre- built than
the Chipley ] more today: any oft
pentatlve, a County Judge,' Clerk of the
week. This will help the ap: : Circuit Court. Sbereff: Tat Collector,Tax : er. Let us tell yon,why. jj;

pearance of that corner, as the i Assessor, County Nupt of Public Instruction Send for catalog and price<,

puddles of water and mud there I ,County. Treasurer, five County Commissioners .
three members of the School t

was'unsightly,. to say the least. Y I Board. County Surveyor Supervisor 'of & l&ffi .... ..'"..".>...
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., Trade of the United States Registration, one State Committeeman.
one Congressional Committeeman, Justice -
I with China in the> calendar year of the Peace and Constable for each BAY HEAD INN

. just ended aproxim ted $55,000, each election district, one member of ,

.. 000 in value, of which about $23, j.C..A County ,Committee from each election E. M. NEWMAN, Proprietor
000,000 represented the value of SECOND PRIMARY. Head Florida.
exports to, and 32,000,000 that of Provided that a second primary, where ,

imports from China. necessary, under provisions of said law Mecca of the Tourist Angler, Sportsman.
shall be held on Tuesday, the 28th day of
Everett P. Wheeler, presidentof May, 1012 to choose between the highest "....'..,....................

the American Association, _-_ candidates where nomination shall In the not Rates Per Dav j Newley Furnished ) Find Boating
have been made by majority vote ,
Mrs Hobson-I can't use this { }
o is authority for the statement first primary election, and at such second Good Table.
water and j and Bathing
that technicalities decide the ma- milk. It's most all primary! election' only ,such electors as ) $1.00 $1.50 { ..

Milkman-: Well, I guess, ma'am, wrre qualified to vote In the first primary < _
"Ninetenthsof ,
jority of law suits. ; .Y !;r l1 J I:1
my son gave the cows a drink beforehe election be permitted to vote.
the law cases today," says he, milked them, ma'am.. QUALIFICATION OF CANDIDATES.
"are determined by technical Thone and only those persons shall be

dust thrown" in the eyes of the ASTONISHED 8ERENADER3. permitted primary election become held candidates by the Democratic In ant High Class Saw Mill Machinery;;!

court. Part In said county, who declare, under
in Waterford said oath to be tiled with thelhalr- We carry at our new warehouse<
A oath
newly'niarried couple
Mr.. A. D. Carmichael is a can- and 410 East Bay St., a large
Vt, were honored with a serenade"one' man of\-Democratic executive commit Portable and Stationary Engine;!
didate to succesd himself as night recently. The happy too 61 said county, their allegiance to comotive and Horizontal Return "'
Prosecuting Attorney for Washington the principles and organizations of theJemociatla Boilers; Saw-Milla, Planers, J%
Mr. Carmichael bridegroom invited, the company into party, national, state and tj.y Saws, Belting and Mill Supplied;
county. the house, and, after furnishing county In the last; general election. k ?- engine and saw-mill repaIrs. WI
has served the county )in this capacity .them with refreshments, said he had ELECTORS' QUALIFICATIONS., handle the celebrated line of H
for several years and has ask. their Those' and only those persons shall 'bepermitted '; LER, TAYLOR, VANCE. J\1dK
a favor to Upon express. In the "' : .. ICAN and DELOACH Saw
always been a competent and sat- .lug their willingness to serve him in participate election held ERIE, LEFFEL, TAYLOR
management of any.primary
isfactory officer. Of course the any way, he took a Bible, and, selecting by the Democratic party In said county SOUTHERN Stave Machinery Engines for and Turpentine Boilers, PERKINS Plants. Shingle.Mill" / Milchloel1.clal ."I

people will re-elect htm. Read 'a. chapter, requested each one to who are white Democratic.electors who Large stock carried for Immediate Sbipment. Get our prices before t bu
his announcement read a verse. The? request somewhatsurprised declare their adherence to the principlesand We can save you money. A postal will bring our Traveler, ,
our serenaders, for "read organization At the Democratic party Write for literature covering your special requirements. .,-- ..:
. According to well posted railroad not the ,national, state and county, who are iVlolstiy Machinery Co.
. ing scriptures" was on by the laws of the stator lawful electors In .
men, this has been the for that evening. How 408 & 410 E. Hay St. ;
program the district In which, they to vote, Jack*on'Ule. Flo ,.
biggest tourist seasonin the' history ever, they read the verses with becoming who have paid their poll taxes 'legally Uong Dlntanc Telephone No. B'74..oooooooooooc ..

of Florida. The visitors gravity, but were taken"all due the second Saturday In the month ,

have flock'ed the state from all aback" ,when he asked them to. join who proceed shall Inn when such challenged primary by election any elector and > a oc "e T

.. .parts of the world. Probably with him in,prayer. make In writing his oath :before an inspector .. r

., every nation has been represent: that he supported the nominees Neat Printing
'SPORTING CONSTABLE of-the last Democratic! primaries for the
s, ed here during the season. Par- ,
, nomination of state and county officers
ticular heavy has been the travelto "Waal," said the constable after provided he participated In said primaries J Creates a good impression!
Florida from the Pacific coast and that he will support the nominees .
some parley with Jinks, "I reckon I:

> states, which wbould indicate know speed when I see,speed, and,' PROVIDED of this ,primary.It Is the sense ,of this com- among your correspondents!

that 'California has lost its by gerry l I'll'bet ye"$5 ye was.goin' mittee that. no white-elector shall be prohibited I and
power to c arm. fastern the. law allows." from voting In 'said primaries, helps to give your<<; business -
rho.-lf challenged, shall declare under .
said .
"I'll bet you five I wasn't" I :
'. UP TO HER. .- Jinks. "And there's the' money. oath In writing, that he to will be not filed vote with against the Inspectors or- prestige. J$;; .

He paid the constable the $5 and any nominees I of said primaries. We do Neat ,
"Mabel you're wasting yonr time resumed hia journey. ASSESSMENTS.What Printing ,1

,with that young Mr. PooDkl".. I "They Is suthin' in thin sportin the candidates before said prima, at Reasonable t t t r
: --- don't think he has any idea of becoming > life after all," chuckled the constable r which y: election amounts. snail shall be assessed be paid to as the follows Chair, ;

:.., serious. as ,he folded up the bill andplaced man of the County Democratic Committee "
.:-.... "Oh mother you're.mistaken. H. It in his on or befor March 30, 1913, to-wit; Banner Job :
; po ket.Harper'sWeekIl. \9rfJce
For Senator. ..........$ 9.00
f., told me last'night that hill hat WM For Representative,.. ........ 18.00 . .
the do For County Judge ........... 80.00 .. .
" in ring. AU Ire to
got now ,,'or Sheriff: ... .._...... loo.OO
;' It show him that somebody else >'or Clerk Llreutt Court.... 100.00 ;[
. .' ON 8PUR.OP THE; MOMENT* For Prosecuting Attorney.. .. 110'00 '
wanta. me." Kor Tax Assessor.. ......v.... 75.00 I. O. 0._ P. NOTICE.
i I'or Tax Collector......... 7500 I HUGHDENTIST.FABR r
"Waiter, these eggs are as hardas ....or Snpt. bile Inst ...,,... cooo : ,, Until further notice '
. APTSR DARK;. a stone. I told you not to boil For County Treasurer........ 25:00For : /s1z ,

_ "'Can *, crook-go straight ia iF them more'than three minutes ands For County County Commissioner.Surveyor :10.00.... 800 n. O. F., Ch11pleyLodeeNo.56 will meet at 7:00 p. m., Crown S
; half. For MemberSchool Hoard.... &.00 :ach Monday and Bridga'"Work a ,I
.question ,being .discussed ia the ? For Justice of Peace......,. a.HO evening '
"Tea, sir; thafs just the timetb"t For Constable: .......,....;... 3.50 By order of the Lod' e. ALL WORK OuARANvEt
. newspapers." In toa second but theft For, Supervisor Registration. 7.5o'w W. A. MCQUAGGE ,Office Cbipley StateS
were : N
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"Wfll.R. crook hrs! been known tonlr "" ", ?O. Loc= Y,.Chairman. B.JEynsox Sec
.i' "bank'*''. *-water: WM bard, air. ., J. B. CAKSTNOT: Secretary. v.
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GREAT, ,RACE OF STEAMBOAT HEN NOW IS A FINANCIER novooocxs vovoosw avo vocrwo aavo wooa aooox> ;

MOlt Famous Contest on the Mtu' !. Rsallxlna the Value Her Product, Lea rnShorthand; and Bookkeeping.We J| .

Ippl Was Between the Natohet She le "Skimping! the .
and R. E. Lee. sic of EOQ. g have bad in the past more demands for Stenographers 3
-- and Bookkeepers than we have been able to supply. New bOsl-: "'

I The greatest race ever run on the It seems that our old :friend the ness concerns are starting in Pensacola and West Florida: o '
was i almost daily. These concerns 'need Bookkeepers and Stcnng- ??
Mississippi between the Natche; hen, is being charged with skimping ,-.

a boat built_ in Cincinnati and commanded the size ofher eggs. All of which rapbers. '

by Captain T. :P. Leather, confirms. the discoveries made by an Special $;iO Course .

and a New Albany boat, the Robe ordinary pleb freshman at the University ..
In order to supply the demands for office help we have decided to offera
E. Lee, under Captain John W. Cai of Kansas. He has laid/ aside three months course in-Shorthane and Typewriting or Bookkeeping for m
I non. There was spirited rivalry Jt e- the classics] and gone Jn for poultry $30.00 each. Special rates for board and Other expenses will be secured. Jg

1 then the two vessels, and when the pp.ycholQgy. If the hen is guilty, Total cost will not eqceed $100, including tuition. "
Some of the best stenographic positions In the city of Penaacola nre
I Natchez made" the fastest time on.I us charged, of reducing the size of: held by former pupils of this school who completed their course with us in
# !' I record between New Orleans and St. her packages for the market, ah< three months.. The Byrne Systems that we teach arffslmple arid practical> Xj
and can be mastered in three months. We secure position for our grad l. >
I i Louis (1,278 miles fn three'days, shows that fine mentality called "tb< Write us tor lull particulars, A
twentyonehours and, flfty-eigl financier's. view." She is ,in touch sates

[minutes) Captain Gallon resolve with the best commercial thought of: Jones' Busines College Pensacola Fla.J:
to beat it. He engaged the the day. Behold the manufacturer! i ,

steamer Frank Pargoud and several of our breakfast food: how in times oeoccc.oeccteecrrcc' ccccccecccceeecccrcececoceccecoeIt ,

Claude Lartig ie'' ,fuel'boats and arranged for them 1 tQ when people were becoming accustomed -- ---.- .-- ---- -- -------
totafol DIXIE meet him at ,various points up the to paying more for everything .

.met'a river with wood and, coal. Then 1 he they reduced the size of their

s Candidate":fo had hid boat cleared of her upper original packages; behold, likewise,
$ works likely to ,catch the wind t or tae man who takes our cloth, how Makes More CottonIn
j'fgrcssmanoI :' f: make the vessel heavier. he has reduced the number oi

Primaries 1.9 On Thursday, June 29, 1870, 1 at threads from 64 to 56, and the man a number ot field tests made by 'various

RltS,' 4:45 p. m., the Robert E* Lee who ounce by ounce'has reduced our experiment stations, it was found that" complete

bIs fought for tlfl-1 steamed out of New Orleans. TJi e loaf to only an emaciated shadowof animal (tankage) fertilizers produced% to 95% .

Natchez followed five minutes late its former self Is not, indeed, more' cotton than complete cotton seed meal
eiz .y.ari. Ile s The race; had been advertised in advance tho hen "wise"Indianapolis! goods. S ,

3nue thin am. Iiph+tt and :was now awaited 'with News., The" ,reason is this: Tankage does not become '

1 I forceful wafte .to Gon jrasra gathering interest at ail the rive available all at once--it's action extends
towns. Large crowds were assembled '" When her oblld Ie In danger a woman
for L; 1 at Natcnezv"Vicksburg: ; ,. Helen will risk her lift to protect It. .-No great over ,a longer period of time thus giving your
'i and other act oi heroism or risk: of life Is necessary to I plants a more continuous supply of food. '
large places.
;pour: choice) f o'>f? Diae, Fj Between Cairo,and St, Louis the protect ain's Uough a child Remedy from crou and,.. Give all, danger Cbnmoer-Is!I ...And the very best grade of this tankage forms
ongreeomait'PK1Q ,
the base of
,Natchez afterward claimed .to hav avoided. For sale by.all dealers> _

lost seven hours and one minute on .
Armour FertilizersWe
ti,f :account of a fog and broken ma
The Robert E. Lee, how
hinery. and arrive know the, tankage we use is all right, for .
not delayed, < of the
ever was
Modern Episode of Raleigh
but animal
we put nothing carefully-prepared mat-
in St. Louis thirty-three minute ,, QueenElizabeth ,and .
rber ahead pf the previous record estab the Mud. ter into it. We have a great advantage over other

:fished by her competitor. )j"ifty; v_. manufacturers, because we-get the best materials

., { [' thousand persons from. the housetops It was a hot July afternoon and from the largest packing-houses in the world -, -

the levee and .the- decks' owher Queen .Elizabeth, accompanied by Armour's.. .

steamers welcomed the wine:r her: glittering household suite, was Make, sure of getting best results this season

Wait1ts S R _!ene steamed into port.. Captaii about to cross the highway, when her by using the best .kind of plant food-Armour '

n9arbetiB 'cannon was the lion of the. ,hour.'I" .. further progress was barred by a Animal goods. ,
business men gave a banque muddy gutter. '

is'honor.-Travel Magazine.SHOCIU.VU Instantly the warm-haired queen A. l{. WELLS A8ent.Chip.ley .

Up to-Now. Jook d around at Sir Walter Raleigh, ,

. .a. I5c'tting f : :; 8UUND3 and that worthy knight promptly Fia.MANUFACTURED .

... .. ..25Cege [ _earth are sometimes heard' before i stepped forward. .
II : le earthquake that warn of the com "I'd be very glad, your majesty," .
f InSjpertl. Nature'. warning" 'are kind a bow "to back BY
he said with courtly ,
.. Z5 A
Wt dull-pain or ache la the hack warn
Kidneys need attention it, you up the future: story of the cloak epi- ARMOUR FERTILIZER WORKS,

1 Your Patrfi'' i4the those dan serous; maladies, side,.but I don't possess such an article JACKSONVILLE FLA.
,disease, and charter member ,of ,
r Respectfully; 1 moray, Diabetes or Urlsbt's/ as a
Fake Klectrlo Bitters at once and see back the Ananias society I haven't evena

eters, Prop .i!D1y, and:all'jour beet feeling, rtturnJifj coat. Nevertheless, your Uncle ... ._ -...-..-. -'
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Jon reclved great enefll! from tlieli '
for, kUney and bladder trouble" wrli'eieir Walt isn't the man to be balked by. a We promptly obtain U. H, and Foreign .
I lOg1f i JJnndv. Roobwpod Mich.; "It trifling drawback." 1 1 tttij 1Ji

& nIY great kidnev nredlcioQ." Try; So saying, he quickly"picked up _
I 1)O cents at 8. K. McGeauey. his sovereign lady and, encouragedby to write fin our onflduntiul leas'before applying s
for patent It worth money.
the gay laughter of the court, Wo promptly obtain U.B. and foreign

FORGOT. ABDUl HIS WEDDING carried her across, the miry channel PATEtJTSan" Sand/ras report mndul on,vkepuli!('ntablUty cr photo. ci lorfrtebook iuvt Lion for

and lightly deposited her on the TRADE or eturn How W aecur0 T )linf.IU r{H"S write
Edtion'Quay With an Invention I Kept then side. I Fl E alloriioy MARKS r .o. k,, model. s ENKcfoh 11 Petentsan4 ffl jo4 to
: and we Bend an IMMEDIATE
7 the. Bride Waiting for. I FREE report on patent: 1J111t.Y. We glvw
;, One Hour. legal servo..'and advice; and our
i:!>, BLA.M KU A GOOD WOltKKR., charge are moderate. Try us.
SPana newspaper, In an article' blamed my heart for severe distress SWIFT & CO., ..
the Patent Lstwyopft' I Opposite U. 8. Patent.Office]
x p/-lJ2P.Bernarq.' ; Shaw, recalls In ray left side for two years writes
!1 tijagrtory; ; of :Ed son. On the Uvaax,.Dnnvllle. VII.. "but I know now It Opp.U.S. Patent OfflC8,Wasl lngton, D.C. J WASHINGTON D. C. <
'eh test rnnniTif?i iII vas indigestion, as Dr. King's New Life
ever buS a-a"natt appointed, for the ceremony the LHlls 'completely cured_ me.'' Beat for
the right price wbin ''M'J.d*her friends were assembled .
stomach,liver and.kidney ,trouble, constipation '
make biff, .JII 4>ww SxJ.jZ)|)' egiatry, but there was no headache or debility. 25o. at S. U.Mctjeuohy. EMMETT WILSON. I

;eTaylorfiwithic ,"_>elm,, Time passed, and there ,

eta and ,"l1J..n 1 twojofher friends.,set out td HIS' ARGUMENT 0 wJS
arrSagebaoklllg,d.. him -
.thelireaaon. found
earn E+ : They
g and ft"MDMi 8QVH. : Mrs. Cooney-in-. .her book "A

,i, portable jind side;: (.- 'M*, labo'rftfory attentively watch-kinditloor Study in Ebony," relates the storyof
1tl'&vements of some new
:e Engine*, 13eilordr i ;: The inventor a an argument between a negro 1w _
Cut-Off SawB-Woott-l \ ,t i gave and one. of hu flock at ,
,Worfci recognizing his friends, and pastor
I do Foundry ) I t i' of
.,.&tT;, ',- ford Marshall, Mo., over the question
and prlce on I ; -8| e need.flor. -.,'frt.1If ,d whether or not the apostles were negroes .
wedding. How-
: Iron *ill:bout the
')N, OA. ".:...n'EPoPsIEsSeer: ;1a;4 i"n t too late, the ladyottl.ciil'fol the layman taking the nega-
l' ; \wait an.hour.pbfiserves tive side of the quarction* "It's jcs,
4Ah.dOL't .
'J the :London dia way, pahsonhe argued.
know nothin"bout science, but .,
..:i4l othj6- picturesque as' thee .ttte s 2 ;
po;1 r .9r i:e'ckle's" aunt, and this I Ah know what de Scriptu's say, andIron

,:a obnaon.Y story of his own dat Ah: concludes dat de 'Postl i. ,
r a "Well :
1912. + ::sliigeftj liow'efectually: withfMTor48iJ'li Peter was no,, cul'd man. :
Bible 'bout Peter
does de
iptive O saI, tmliieased upon "dear say
was'1ot :
suah he a
te, and .telfa & tai tended to rule_his dat-makes you so s
asked.. ;
.' P" the .
cul'd man parson 'x-Y,
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In .>r, s ,,"/.I"\ ,. "'Cause if he had been," replied the '
l 'f' ": ,1" +
ari f!;, ::'" z. FOR, HER. layman, "dat ro stah would nebbah.
,,1/1 three times."
feeds \ have crowed -
;'*';':' ;1 # don't want to
1 and gar . Vyofing this asrMr' :;,t :1: pick 'my' L '
beenirdauth-1 '' "r ;"1.l iI' '. Visitor (who has been going for 9M

;;". ,)(\fnoxi'WeHi F (. she's just the the last half hour) You know, I'm
,rrect info } : ( 'not Jrat.I've:got
friends physically
ae +a1 J(ihsgiAa Stoand your : .
3. t j % topick---to pieces.andard .- staying powers. ? : ,
auarterd Suet =G(:t. $t /and Times..H .. Hostess (wearily):=--Yes. we' noticed --
'Ms, Cow Pies.,- F ;:: ", :-r ', _
U Farm ; r i- V!+dontatyhabitsluck'of outdoor exercisemacttctitfooT'of : ., a
Setlsf- iiiWcr t1t,. ::; food, ''conetlpaA ilow to cure a cold Is quest lea In
Catalog mail d *;' t tt> ;'worty.aad unjlety, are rhlcb nasal ore interested just now.

7(ntQ for it.,; I Ikr |;,..'()*.,coiB. om',paua 4 stomaob troub- Uhamberlaln's tougn Remedy ban won Its
sale bT Its
IXIUSreotyotts;babitk I and- take CbamdPvo&'I'ablet tmat reputation and ImmltoM-
kr !!!': B'A Storo *)!hA!; and remarkable cjye.ot 'folds it' can alawyn

hmond .riaot"heel eflsaaln.. ; For sale by- be aepended- upou... For sale' by." All" 'Dealt" Candidate for .
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Bales of Cotton Ginned.
16,250.819 1'
Personal. ]I I :. Town Topics [ ;
] /. [ The census bureau's report on '

A. cotton ginned to Feb. 29th, issued > ;
Rev. ,J.'G. Eldrige of Aycock last week was as follows: April 7th is Easter Sunday. ..f:'r'.

,.' was in town Friday.J. Running bales 16,050,819. equivalent The best part of lite is not ANY ',' '"":r.t\'4"!) '',

+ J. Ccx of Wausau, was in to 16,205,097, round ,bales what you get out of it, but what J I

"k town on business Saturday.Mrs. 100,439; linters 546,769. Average you put into it. :.w: !
weight bale 504.8 BANK
gross per
Tom Aycock was In town Swat the fly and everything .' :
., ".. I
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Thursday afternoon, shopping.W. else that leads upto an unsani -" .I
Auto and Motercycle Collide. : '
condition. .', '"
tary '< '. I
W. Harvey made a pleas '
What might have been a serious "
ure (?) trip to Vernon Monday. accident occurred at the intersection Just do a thing. Don't talk Can, handle your: business after a fashion,:,''- ..hen' :

,. Milvi11e about it. This is the great secret ..- ;
Dr. Stinson of was one of Sixth and Railroad When timesare
f of success in all enterprises.Don't times are good and money easy. ""If' \
visitors here Friday morn- "
of tne
streets Friday about noon. Mr.C. .

k ing. C. Johnson was going West on forget that 'Dr. Yates bard. and money tight you feell the,,

Mayor- Paul Carter ot Mari- Railroad street in his automobile, will b.e here next Tuesday. If! 'i.,i 1

and R. F. D. carrier, Mr. Vick- your eyes need attention see need'of a business i cohnectton ;

evening. ers was going north on his him. wt;:: I

; { O. Wells was over from Al- motercycle, when came together Idle dollars, like idle men, helpto Big Strong and I
in a collission. The moterryle business
depress : Pay your
Fri- "
ford and spent the day here '
: struck the fend r. of the auto- bills promptly on the first of the banking business and make your credit
your I
9- dav.Dr. mobile just behind the front month ..'

., O. B. Tiller of Cottondale, wheel and as a resut Mr. Vjck .. good with the strongest Bank in v "
domain it
In the of advertising
1 was the guest of his brother here was thrown violently to the
t is presistancy that pays. "Keep- :'
Friday. ground and his motercycle. con Washington County.
ing everlastingly It brings suc
Barney McKinnie of Holmes uiderably damaged., It is fortu- cess." '

't county was one of the Saturday nate that Mr. Vickers was not ,

'"'- visitors.J. seriously injured. ., Grass is growing, fruit trees First National Bank
nv .. .. are blooming, the oaks, and other The .' ,
H. Porter of Vernon,. was I
I trees are putting on their spring_
Qualify And Vote.
Let All
shaking hands with friends here I of Chipley.
I raiment and the girls are dress-
Thursday. \ The time has passed in whichto ing in white. Yes, Spring is '-

J. W. Rogers of Wausau, was pay poll taxes to vote in the here.

". shaking hands with friends here coming primaries, Joe Welmont, the negro who _..............................,.....11.'.....,........,.....
However, the registration
here Friday.
murdered Mr. West
on -
books are now open. Every good
K R. C. Horne was up from Lynn citizen should register 'and be Bay about, a year, ago, was, convicted I. We, received this week what District Registration Officrrs. :

Haven and spent Saturday herewith ready for the exercise of his of murder in the first, de- we suppose is the presentment Following is a list of District j

h his family. franchise. last week and will J probably be of the Grand Jury for the spring Registration Officers appointedby j

given a* life sentance. term of the circuit court in this Mr. J. M. Simmons,
of Mobile
T. B. was This is no republic. No King couotj j
r: one of the business visitors in by right of birth can rule us. In The fishermen are getting county, but it unsigned by either registration officer. "

the,city Friday. the eyes of the law every man is, their tackle in !shape, and'arranging the Foreman or the Clerk, hencewe The registration books were

Mike Rogers of Hardlabor, a soverign. Why 'not excerise their' stories to suit the oc- are not publishing it. How- opened in each precinct Marclj'
casion. ever, we will be glad to publishit 15th, and will remain for
after business mat- tbta, kingly prerogative? The This weather makes open
was looking i
here right to self-government for all even.and.editor want to get 'out if the Clerk of the Court will four weeks. If you are not ii
ters Saturday.
the 'people cost our forefathers and commune with nature. send us the name of the foreman ready registered, go and register|

:- June McGeachy'was down years of blood and sacrifice.If i and clerk of the grand jury. It at once.

from Graceville and spent the this republic is to stand and Chas. A. Helton whohas been is very interesting, readingandit Dist. No. 1 J.,D., Nixon.
with T. L. Wells & 'Bro. for'the
rAt here calls ,Mr. clerk for "
: day be "of the people and for the people two three has on Lockey, 2. Z. D. Napier.
past or years resigned -
State Attorney C. L. Wilson, "' every man should cherish the Board of County Commissioners 3 Walter PeningtoiJ
position to into
go ..
hands with friends to get up and itemized 4 R.. L. Gainer.
was shaking and regularly exercise' his solemn business with J. J. Williams
under'tbe -
evening. statement of all the money spenton 5 W. A. Emmons.
here Saturday duty to vote.Candidates. ,
r firm /Villiams &
name the bard road, and to have this W.
6 M.
a C. C. Johnson and W. W. come and go; but Helton. Mr. Laney is now withT. Wilson.
The Ban- "
Campbell were'up from Vernon the call for general action and .. L. Wells ,& Bro. and will be statement published. 7 J. T. Bowen.
tried this informationlast "
> ner to get
in 8 J. E. Howard.
'. for a short while Friday. participation governmentalaffairs glad to see and serve his,friends.
fall. It also jacks the "
in up 9 T. B. Y
4 r:1 :. is ever sounding our ounJr.
G. M. Myers and_wife were up ears. We call your particular atten- Board of Commissioners for ap- 10 O. C. Parker.

,' from the still near Wausau ,to at- tion to the announcement noticeof propriating the county's money 11 G. W. Johnson.

;.-,,.',. tend,the show Friday night. The Chipley Furniture Co. Mr. Joseph H. Porter of Ver- for the improvement of Inland 12 J. M. Simmons

: '::;! O. R. Smith of the Wausau have everything needed to 'furnish non. Mr. Porter is a candidate Waterways. 13 P. N. Hutchiu

: :, 4., Lumber Co. was in town Saturday a home and make it com- for county treasurer, and so far Present day temperature 14 T.B. D. Gainer.. |
\.., mingling with his friends. as the Banner is advised, is the suggest 15 J. J. Cox.
;. ;.?. fortable. only candidate offering for this that the weather man has 16 E. M. Newman |
1 ';I' Candidate for Sheriff, D.; A. made friends with the ice man, 17 W. B.,Gay.
Thanks is extended to LouisT. office. He is a young man ot
: J,' McMillan of Millyille was' circulating the: wood man has been given the 18 J. J. Kronmiller|
.. I Sims for a fine string of fish. good business qualifications and "
,: .' ? among friends here Fri- airy au revoir. 19 W. G. Hinson.
",,": Y Louis may you ever prosper and lives at Vernon, where the treas- 20 H. L. Bowen

.I, ._ day.Mrs. jour shadow never grow less. urer, ought to reside. If he is It is too late for the Florida 21 J. W. McKiniitl
George Watts and child- 22 M. M. Fraiser.
nominated, as he very probablywill Democrats. to pay their poll
; :" ren spent several days at Mari- Saturday Florida-was Vetrans' day, and at be, he promises to give you taxes, but it is never too late for "" 23 D. H. Horne.

'-1','::; ; .' anna last week visiting with rela- the Chautauqua an honest administration of the our delinquent subscribers to 24 W. R. Miller.
quite a' number of the vetrans I 25 Ai Hogeboom,
tives. affairs of the office. their "
from Camp McMillen.attended. pay up subscription. 26 James Yates.

:'f Harry Sampley, of Milton, ..

passed through Chipley, Sunday
Just Williams & Helton
euroute to Southport, where he phone

goes to accept a position.Judge for your groceries..

W. H., Price, of Mari.I' Harness and saddles at Dunn-

.- anna, was in town Tuesday en- Coleman Co. We Are The People

'; l ; route home from Vernon where You can get all kind of feed at ,

f I. "' ; :,:: he had been holding court. WILLIAMS & HELTON., For Price
Quality On
r{ ::', J. W. Purcell of St. Andrews New line ot dress goods at"T. I ;

,,' ,: was here Friday morning en- L. Wells & Bros. :

: .;f', route home from Vernon where : Wire
"' See that 6 cent sheeting at Fencing :

<;-...,.<.' .. he had ,been attending.court. WILLIAMS & HELTON. :,;.,..:,
: Miss. Rhoda McColsky left a Usually the greatest boasters, '" : Stoves >'L
: .- ': few days ago for Gainesville, are the smallest'workers.

\.. where she will visit with her ,
; = Be sure to sere that new line of Building Material Paints OilflHarness '
,' brother and family, for a while. and
:- ; Clyde Adams and wife are now ''''
l& .r ,_ We have the for the ,
agency r
of .
:< the proud possesors a son, : &
;..:,::;ii which arrived to take up his residence Enterprise stove.DunnColeman ;% '

',?! :' ; at their home last Friday.Louis Co. Planters and Distributors
k :.. ', the best nkde.
: ., No danger of getting old shoesat ,
:, ; T. Sims is now with the
'. _',/,; ,:, ... B. C. railroad in the capacity of Williams & Helton, all new Spring Tooth

4';' )? freight conductor. His family goods. Cultivators j .

"!., ..:: has returned, from St. Andrews. Kynize, all colors; the best for -- iee 1
: before
7':: ...Y: : Attorney J. R. Wells of Panama furniture or anything 'else.- us, :you by.DunnGoieman.

itr."" ,".:"*I.s' City ,passed through .town Dunn-Coleman Co. .;

.> Friday enroute home from Vernon Yon want to.dress stylish '
.'.".. .:: .... ; geta
t, " where he had been attending shirt waist and skirt or a dress

.:,;, .>. court.. from B..Blake & Co, and you,will
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4 7'. ", F, L. Darrow and wile of New be in style. Cornpaiij'::

\.' :;;,-::;r.,/ York, spent a few days here lasts There is-only one best place, in .,.

c :the of Mr. G A. Dan- town to want
week guest get everything you 1 A. 0.
;!/, I. ley. Mrs. Darrow is the neice and that is at T. ,L. Wells &'Br s McQUAGGE. General'ftlan ,

", of this gentleman. store*
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