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Place of Publication:
Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
August 22, 1912


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
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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.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Met4..sSM..s.,......Gs..S.N Special: Session of the Legislature. other very important matters NOTICE.In ( .
the Circuit Court. State of} will be considered before ad- Bank.Individuals.
A special! session of the Florida Ninth Judicial Circuit Washington .

: legislature will be held, be- journing. County.-In Chancery. -'w -.
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ginning ,October 1st. The reas- 5Effle 5- .' '. ,.; :' '. -I.,
Notice Of Examination. May Carter, Defendant. ) .
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on extra session is to
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: pass a bill giving the mnnicipality Notice is hereby given that an the bill! filed In the above cause that EN '
't. '. fie May Carter, the defendant, therein ( .
f) .* of Jacksonville the power to examination for teachers will be named Is a non-resident of the State of .
You Want Anything in Fresh Meats Florida, i.enabled' u* to offer
; When, and is a resident ot Dothau
acquire and municipal held at in the town
operate the academy County of Houston, State of Alabama\, da. We asq( have a
;.t''f-: Beef, Sausage, Etc.. terminals' and docks. of Vernon, beginning 9 o'clockon over therefore the age ordered of twenty-one that the said years non-ros-: It I\!, on !!

,j..J'! CASH TALKS AT THE NEW MARKET The:decision to call.the special Tuesday the 3rd day of Sep- Ident to,appear defendant to the bill and of la complaint hereby required )hind 'r90N.t ; ..'
special session of the legislaturewas tember, and continue for five .
In the aald cause on or before the 'JOtli: 1
"'\--Vells Ac tii&ha.ron. reached by Governor A. W. days. All applicants are required day the allegations of September of,the A.said D. 1912 bill will otherwise ho, taken -, I -
Gilchrist Saturday morning after to furnish themselves with as confessed by the bald defendant. f '
It Is further ordered that this order bo
a long conference with a special legal cap, paper, pen and ink a published once a week for four ((4)) con '
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ville Board of Trade and ,after a ter and pay a fee of $1.00. Btate:! as, aforesaid. .
This August 21st, A. D. 1912. 1 1y
Registration Notice. Rabbit bunting Is somewhat petition signed by over 3,000 registered B. F. GAINER. (Copy of seal) W, C. LOCKET, ., .' ,
more difficult here now than it voters of that .city bad Secty. School Board.Wells' Clerk of Court. "0'f f A men'' fuekirit-r; 3 'I ..
By S. A. Ueraphlll. Deputy Clerk .
will keep the registration show a mf'ih'"r j 'to,; /. \..
ks for registration!! at has been;' the city authorities been presented to him requesting .., fn44tson'1It')I .J.j'natloJ1t1 ,
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office in the court house, have ,been cutting some of the favorable action on the prop- Dr. T. G. Yates *1 j''';'''.i.. r'iHi .
the best mets, and sell at Ieitvt 'V -
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ursdays, Fridays and Saturs weeds. Now if the Owners of va- osition. very Eye Specialist, ''I'' '' ',JI,' I'' "
of each week until the sec- cant'lots would fall into line and While the special session of the reasonable prices for cash.: Will be in Chipley at Dr. Wilson's ','; .' HtltlItiojis(,&ssdbds shJJ"J/ .; '

il Saturday in October, from do some work .in this,line the appearance legislature is call to consider on- The Misses Richardson can office the First Tuesday in October a'I I .,'-' J JII

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Communications on live topics espe- -
eUlly of local Interest, are solicited. It Serving Qualities .
i Is understood however that the publish- .
, of Turn: BAJTNXB will not be responsible .I
: foe opinions pressed: by correspondents I ,

Tn BANNER: : wants. live represents Machine which fS4 Hfe As
tire and correspondent at every postofflce -
In the county, and will make liberal arrangements
with, the rlgrt parties. pay for it. .Purchase the .
THURa1DAY Au. :ail 19/2. / will not have an endless

It is announced that a dozen or i! It is better. made. Hoes nlc-'
more of Uncle Sam's battleships
will spend several weeks at Pen- to operate, and morb "silent

acola this fall. They will prob- -
Guaranteed for all time.
ably be there during the Fair.
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Under the provisions of the rivers .

:?: and harbors bill, Florida is

given the sum of $1,029,000. All ....

the leading rivers and harbors of

extent.the state are benefitted to some Campbell & .Doyle) .Company

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State Treasurer, J. C. Luning,

reports 1001549.61 to the credit -

of the different funds, in ,the
State treasury at the close of I FOR PUBLICATION. I NOTICE FOE PUBLICATIO
Department of the-Interior, Department of the I
business July 31. The financesof at Gainesville. Florida.August U. S. Land Office at Gainesville t
the State of,Florida,is in good 17, 912. August 11. 191
given that Felix K. Notice Is hereby given that Ja
condition. Southport Florida who on Brooks of Southport, Florida, v
1909, mada Homestead En- June 24th 1811.shade Homestead
'. OJ822J"for NE& Beotlon 30. S..rlall'Jo.089'l9. for W (of NWtf
of will
The people Florida vote : south Range 14 west. Talla 29 Township 1 Month Range 14 we
three amendments to the state ( has filed notice of In- lahassee Meridian has filed ootloltentlon
make Final Commutation in make Final Commij
constitution at the November claim to the land Proof. to establish claim to tb
bed, before the Clerk of the above described before the Clerk
election. One of these providesfor at Vernon. Florida! on. the Circuit Court., Vernon Florida,
additional circuit judge September, 1918. 86th day of September, 1918.
an as witnesses: T. F. Claimant names as wltnesski:
for Duval county another is to ,James Brooks 8r F. Smith.A.'Morrell F. K. Fulgham
Southport( Florida. Tiller all of Booth: port. Florida.
anthorize ,the legislature to pro- Henry S. Chubb. Henry U. Chub!
vide tor the issuance of bonds by : I Register. BpI
special tax school districts and ,

the third, the most important, ...................
r is that providing for the initiativeand -
referendum in the state.
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' In the'last presidential election is;
::\ I[ From_ CHlpley.
Florida cast a total of 49,360

votes, divided follows- : Demo- I[ : .. Ala. and Return, $12.75.
cratic 10754 Supreme Knights) and Ladles' of Honor of the World
31,106; publican, ; ,
t Socialist I On sale August 23, 24. Return limit September 3rd.
3,747; Populist, 1,946; !
4 Independent, 1,356; Prohibition, S. C., and- Return, 1275.
553. The total vote cast in the \ meeting Improved Order of Red Men. On sale Sep.
United: States in the presidential tember 6, 7 and 8. Return limit, September 15. '
of extension to October 10\on deposit of tickst, and payment
election in 1908, was 14,887,133;
of fee of $1.0O--not later than September-.
ot which the Republicans received -

7.679,006, and the Democrats Atlanta, Ga., and Return, '$11.10.
6,409,106, the remainder being Biennial Meeting-. U.'O.- O. F. On Bale'Septembe
divided five other minor
among: limit 21st.
parties. '7, 8 and 9. Return September

.. ,. D. C., and Return. $25.50.

Why' Democracy Should Win. : : Nrtlonal Dental Association. On sale September..
8 and 9. Return limit, September 16th.
The New York Independentgives
the following reasons: J. D. NEPPER, Ticket Agent

"Because it has won the rightto J. W. LURTON D. P. A.

put its principles into practice. .' ..................
While in the minority during the

last sixteen: years in has domi-
nated public opinion and coercedthe OF FLORIDA. Florida State College For VTALLAHASSEE |

republican party into accepting GAINESVILLE
Inexpensive Mnttitutioa for College of Arts and Science Norm a 3
many of its ideas. Me. School of
Young Music.School of Art. School df
.School of Home Kconomica.
"It is the only great party today agricultural. experiment awl station untat- Flnt d... eoalpmenthrou. t.
free. Other low. Fur
with a policy and purpose Increase In attendance last ad4- expenses very .
building and campus. Fur
and an enthusiastic membership. I A.A.MURPIBEE.rraMtit. E.WAta CONRAKI.era

--- "The republican party is divided -
between the standpat element -

and the progressive element >

and the progressive ele-

ment is divided into two factions.

Each branch of the republican

party would,rather see the dem- : 4

ocratic party win than to see the it 4,
other branch of the party tri- f
: Going to housekeeping pretty soon?

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"The policy of the present ad- : Then come see our display 'of furniture fitted ,
ministration is only an indication '' 1

of,what would happen if either of : for every room, and for every purpose';.

the three faction of the republican *
You'll be (delighted with ,its grace and beauty;'
party obtain control of the ,. a

executive office. Until the re- amazed at its low price and if you are a judge,

publican party passes throughthe .' >*>
struggle in which it is, now surprised at. its strictly high class. t-.;
engaged and is unified along some : jt--"* ) *
line of action it cannot hope. to **i $
administer the government with ,
'satisfaction to the public. Company1.;
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through its regeneration sixteen Chipley. Fla.'l' '
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Matter of Convenience Led t 'It I Is. a Powerful Bleaching Agent, and
.: Barber Demand for Establishment of 1 Also Is Valuable aa an.Antl-
.' Financial' Institution. aeptlo.

"Shop.No '. Harry L. Conter, chief clerk in One of the most powerful bleaching

Y'. the bank.department in- the office of agents employed in various ,

:' Waiting.Barbers." the auditor of state, spent an houra :trades is peroxide of hydrogen, also Qi z7'fid .
1 few days trying to convince a
ago known as hydrogen dioxide and,oxygenated -

,, 3 budding financier that the ordinary water. The natural color in ; air ,,A
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.':; village in Indiana cannot supportmore ostrich plumes is removed by it and .

., .' than one bank properly, and will number of .
,/ It also/: bleach a great '
Everything UptoNow.Rh that demands for second banks ::;L._ _
:' : |In other ,things, such as bones, ivory, .-

., : : ,,"' --. ave-:' '' '' . ISc. such places could, usually be tracedto lilver, wood, silk, cotton and hair. A handsome new style in .
I .. "'" ,,'; ..\ Haircuttlng2Sc.. some purpose other than legiti [t can be used to restore the color to .
",,' : Shampoo, .....n ;. ZSc ,': mate our Diamond Special Grade A A .
"u. ':,10 -Massage: : .. .:. ... 25c. banking., ld oil paintings which have become $$3 vfV/
: :, larSinge.! ,... . 25c.We "When I was in abank in Elk- darkened by age., peroxide is'a val- that will give the finishing

I hart," he said, "I was approachedone liable and will also ,de-
.. 'Slicit Your touch to any costume. :.'
;.:;": :. : ;: Patronage; afternoon by small. merchanton itroy objectionable microorganismsIn "

:- the South side who asked if :This is of 'our new pattern. :
H.: Very Respectfully. our water. It can: even be used to only one N

"" ,: "" .' !r.'Vi". D. Peters, Propr. bank wouldn't consider a proposal to Cure indigestion, but for this purpose Ask your dealer to show you his stpl'esof f ..

; : establish a branch in his part. of the as well as for other medicinaluses .
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I'I'r' '- ',HUGH FARRIOR, law we 'were 'not permitted to estab- pure peroxide is strong enough to them 'in all grades, at all prices,' for men

DENTIST. lish branches, and asked him why he: raise a white blister on the skin. Mi- '

!I : ";"" "' .-* -M.taM_ war anxious to have a bank in his nute quantities of peroxide of hydrogen as well as for women and children..

-, \',.:;:";l. Crown,.and.Brid. ./, Work a Specialty. neighborhood, where there were only are found in the air, in, rain ,cn AGIMOND I/
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Y..t1; ." '- :ALL woftK GUARANTEED.sOfllce small shops and good banks within water and in snow, and it is some '8 ( JHOEMAXEBRANDRS
% over Chlpley State Bank. ,. a dozen: blocks. times found in the juices of certain

.:a. ,. ...... .. ', .. 'We fellows down there some- plants. The liquid is produced on lYE AI4KEM.ORE'F4VE SHOES THAN ANY

I '; : The,' New York World. times have a lot of trouble about getting a large; scale by the action of acidson OTHER HOUSE IN THE WESt.
'" changehe replied, 'and .we peroxide of sodium. The solu- .
Thrice-a-week Eedition.!
I ... thought if we. could have a bank tion may be concentrated by allowingthe

: :- down there, it would be handy"- water' to. freeze out, by passing'dry 1._ ,,;.
Tho Thrlco a week World hopes to be
< Indianapolis News.STUDYING air through it or by evaporationin FARQUHAR' MACHINERY CO. '
In 1008 a better paper than It bas ever ,
,'boon before and H has made !its arrangements a vacuum over sulphuric acid.- 431 E., Box Sir-oot, 1

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I. ers the entire globe and It reports everything -
\., fully.promptly.and DrcQra,ely. It 'A deal of scientific investigation Largest stock of 'Machinery
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form livln near -
I .Is the only paper not a dally,: vhlch Is as especially that of the 'atmosphere r VTf W VUllWtUOy e l a Florida tor saw. mills\ ana,,
ROod as a dally, afnd which will keep' vou Fleming, Pa., says he has used Ciamt! > r- VW v'planing
1 : as completely Informed of what Is happening is being conducted at Spitz. lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy mills.

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lies a. ,. from Its columns, whether you are a Republican -. and Wagner' have begun .a yearl Foe sole by All Dealers.POPULAR more.built today than' any oth-
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for the future of the moving picture,
.. regular subscription price of the two papers your livor, regulate. )our bowels. entirely that the most Solicits Accounts of Banks, Corporations, Firms ano Individuals.
S. Is *2 doing away with that miserable feelinit due statistics prove among In bankll1lr
Our twenty years experience the business enable tt.i to' offer
to faulty digestion. Try It. Many others popular: have been the productions you the best banking facilities of any bank in West Florida. We also have a
.. ... have been permanently cured, why not you of "The Fall of Troy,"' "Macbeth," fully equipped 'Savlnga Department In which we pay irterest on deposits. Accounts
; : For sale by All Dealerl.SUPERSTITION. Tasso's "Jerusalem," 'VKob Roy," by mail handled as easily aa by personal interview.
I Send uA your business.
Dickens', "Christmas Carol, etc.
write fat our couUJentiul\ letter before apt One of the most daring of all cine F. M. GOLSON, Cashier.
: t pirln>r for patent i it may be worth money. VERIFIED ,
We promptly obtain U. !8w and Foreign matographic exploits was achievedby -

.0 ; PATENTS.TRADE "After thirteen years/' writes'Ma photographer who placed his

',' atIlt MARKS or ctnrn EN- lie von Glaser, "I feel that I may machine on the verge of a flaming

0 ... orj TIRE-i"'torn I njiotoand we 7 send* fro.< aa .IMMEDIATE. tnrnli-l" nkctrh t tell a story of the fatal number," and I Crater: and gave to the world the Y'OU WAN1JO' B?

._ the FREE boSl legal report aerrloo on paten. and advice: and ove describes a dinner given by Johann "Eruption of Mount Etna," a more ;:

., charge are moderate. Try us. Strauss, the waltz king, at his homein vivid impression than could be obtained 'JI J..l .1

: .I, SWIFT! & .CO., Vienna:, at which she sat betweenthe from any textbook,-Ex That question ';wilt be asked you almost claily by business! men aektwk: rr

Patent lawyot' host and Paul Lindau. The company change.: services, qualify-take the Drnughon.Tralniug-and"how! ntMtjIt'ij 'I" .
., .' Opp. U.S. Patent Oi Washington, D.C. consisted of and .. I, More hANKERS'Indorse DRAUGIION'S College! than In-Jorso nlV.?! N.J'
men women ness colleges CO) "who had something to say and who Banking. Tn>nwrltlnir. .. Riirlllnir. Arltiunntlo. J.ctliT Y 1'I<, .
all medicines 'meritorious as .
Were a
Law-'tU.K.: auxiliary branchvu. Good : CI '< S.> '
I'I knew how to say it," and the flow of Chamberlain Colio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Bookkeeping. Bookkeepers all over Homo Study TI/O.'lHr''',:, i

0 merriment was at floodtide when Remedy the world would be much betrcr the United States say that Draughon's iers, bookkeepers, 1I:1Ik! .f

I I Adalbert von Goldschmidt, who had ,off and the percentage of sutt'erlntf greatly New System of Bookkeeping saves them holding good p'J lli.s: t : a i .,' .
i lecreasud, writes Lindsay Scott of Temple, from 25 to 50 per cent,in work and worry. taking: Dratislioia'o Mony.-) :;.,:. ,
I been detained at the theater
tII ap- sale All Dealers' Shorthand. Practically all U. B. official CATALOGUE. i I' i iHY I r
Ind. For
.... I. peared. "To his question: 'May I by court reporters write the System''' of MAIL write JNO ,. ,
r 1 "' Shorthand Draughon Colleges teach. President; Nashvlllo Ter"( j'
come in so late there came a cheer.fill : "
II' : ;a Why Because they know it is the beat alog\1' on con>" < )
0 'Yes/ and he found a place at Let Hymn Be Spontaneous BUSKSFSSJacksonville. ,: ( nLIi ';
.. ,, p.:: 11'hms/!'oatllatl.-make running IT'S: btu ALL monT.IN THE nnai 1.JUI,faiUit.aver: the table. Then Strauss turned to Hale baa long been notoriously I .FJa, or Atlanta. Ga., or Moprla. nr Me.-.:,., "; ... ; .
ui'll., fitted with, wire eable drive, ael-ont atlaahr him and said, hoarsely: 'We are thirteen provoker of discord.: Once In
and Idler. Improved carriage
I. .. r lkltut me d..vl adliutuble<>a ii quick acting. and a time aanr. / and to change the number the hunting days I suffered the Ignominy .
J,. J la all lizec, portable and itatlonary. of 0< '::
I a "scoop on a choir rumpus, and I *} 0 ( }
I r w. BiknufMrtur ..!!!.., t>olUr. .f ihlniTl maalil...., ..._ little daughter was brought in and .
.. thereupon formed the habtt of lending "
', wood B|ptnt..te. sad dv fovadry work. Write tots -
I" P", .,,_. placed at a side table. 'We are still an anxious ear to rumors of trouble la.Choir ..... .
I School.iTuittrfB. I' .; r.JII.rJ ti::!ar Inca Works, Bat 15. MIMla.. thirteen said the master. 'the result lofts.. TtlA ._.Mltc-n_ '--'d..1flu- feat Printing '}<.
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fspres 1- .' is inevitable/ That was at Easter, Te Demo built up for the display od t :

nation H., We pmmrtly obtnht U, d. nml tbrelgai. and we laid theearliest June roses the soprano's; vocal prowess, has al : Creates a good f. ? .

his bier." ways struck me aa an unholy tbmcr. J i "
on ,
Ltil. D ,, even believe that tbe horror of highly prqs44.i
.i. 4 embelUahed offertories have dons among your cor :
- ;,! FITTING NAME. pinch to tighten pane strings and] I
1 : and helps to give, :
!.' 4euI.otoellnenttontor deaden generous 'Impulses. The pre j
free report on noi.mability! lor
Pate land I r>C-IflaOVO_writ*., < dog." quartet praising God on behalf'of th I iness prestige. .. .... ....,-'..; .,. ....
-.-.- "" "Name him Detractor," bored sinners In the pews baa alwayi J. ;11'\
,. '. I.,. "What for?" seemed. Nor to me baa the long profsnest contemplatloi of anoroailea. We do Neat Printing 'ffr''i: ; ;'> :

I "Because the horrid little beast it "
of vested choirs in Episcopal charchei
i!' ;3f backbiter." at Reasonable Prices. T .,. .
I shaken my belief that church mush K ) ; fI: J'
Opposite U. S. Patent Office] W
should be an affair of the ( "
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'.,: lactic Monthly. ,

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: "THERE'S A REASON/ "Apropos of the Turko-Italian i affair 0* :,

what do you think of this bottling Ought to Be Valuable. -'
1, The Salesman-Plovers'? egg i .business ?'* Cauliflower Is said to contain the
largest of
percentage phosphorus
madam!P Just arrived.: "
"I think if a corking atorr-- any of the common vegetables. If itsvaluable Physicians Advise
The Customer-Rather email .
Ii. ,, .* constituent la In any degree I
? / .aren't-they.? FLYING MEN!: FALL, comparable with Its pungent odor the use of a goodlaxative, to keep-the bowels open and prevent the poisons.oK und iesrl'1'

The Salesman-Just a trifle, mad victims to stomach, liver end, kidney troub- when being cooked, It la worthy a food from grttlnglnto" your system.
the front ranka of. The latest product cf Science is VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup purely J vegetable, gentle,,'
owing to the coal etrikey-Tx>n lee same,as otbtr people,.wl l> lIke-re.lJlta p4Mo 11. foodstuff*
am; reliable and of a pleasant,' aromatic taste. Velvo acts,en the liver, as well as on the
\ don Sketch. 10 lose,ot; t appetite backache nervous he..dacbe stomach and bowels and Is of the greatest possible efflsacy in Constipation;Indigestion
I and tired,listless run down feeling Till!: TRIALS Of TltAYEXUK.!: biliousness sick headache feverishness, coUc.flatuIence etc: Try Vf t
Hut i here' no use to feet (tike that as T. D writes E. K,
am d traveling salesman b
'; H13 TRADE. I!PeeblesIleary. Tenn. proved. six bottles Young,K.: Berkshire, Vt aDd was: often
",, .19f Electric Bitters, whe writes, did more to troubled with constipation and Indigestiontill LAXATIVE
The man passing, over there If i give me new Itrength aud appetite than all began to use Dr. KID '*New &Life nil* ,
each a timeserver other stomach remedies 1 used. TheY l help which 1 have 'found aa excellent remedy.For V ELVO "

"I pgpise that Mnd."' 'everybody; its folly to suffer when this remedy all stomach. liver. or kidney ,troubles

.r such"No' a reason good despise him. Hiin i I Me will at belp B E JlcGeocbyx yon from first dose;try U; only them HcOeacby.Is nothing better Only 30o at 8, E. LIVER SYRUP


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Writer" In Atlantlo Monthly Blames MALARIAheadache l r '

; Cia..... IHret rY1C. This for the Deterioration of
B. Church South.-Preaching everyst Journalism.
and Srd Sunday at 11 a. m. and. 8 p. m. biliousness-in Joj

L.Sabbath H. Chapuelle.School Pastor.10 s. m. W. N. Sheets, During the past few years hundreds digestion, rheumatism, 5, .5. : -

of journals have i pimples blotches yellow
SuPresy.reMeeting Thursday. nights. sprung up ,
; Young :Men's prayer meeting TnwsdayBights. devoted to women's special interests. I complexion: etc., are all

Everybody. cordially In1 4 They are almost all of them showy, signs of poisons iti your

.. fragmentary, personal, concrete and PRIWING
; Baptist. Church-Preachli :.u blood. These poisons
.''. and 4th. Sand.,. Bev. Bart '''t'' emotional. It is difficult to find one should be driven out
"J t Sabbath School 10 a, m.. '. .. 4..W'k.: or
that represente general or abstract
Superinteneent.It serious
illness result
I t may
Prayer Meeting. Wednesi'&, ....11.-'. interests. One of these journals,
To get rid of them use .
which boasts a fabulous circulation,
: P .flU.Directory. BBB I>
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is l its subscribers .
supported >y women :.
.: Office hours 7:80 a.m. to 7:00: p m.j; except i Creates a good impres- : .
and readers to the
', oppose larger
Sun4a,.. Word'sBlackDraught .. ,'..
fiast-bound mall closes at 10:90 a.m Interests of women in education, industry ,sion y.
I.". among your correspondents :
':'1(,; ,. .. West-bound mail closes at 5:10 p.m. and political life. At least, '
lJj Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 a. m. if it does not these interests and helps'' ; "
,;..'1 and leaves on arrival of the east. bound oppose ,
:. mall.. it does not aid them. Imagine a million J I !

'.i'1J Sunday hours: 11:80 m., to 13:80 p. m., German women sending the kaiser to give your business .
Money Orders Issued at all hours when
dollar and half to ,
:.:: office Is open except Sundays. one a a year the old, reliable, purely prestige. .
'U P. M induce him to tell them
J P SCDELL once a
'j, .: vegetable liver medicine.
//1.1 month to go back to their kitchens,
,!1 Oar ClakfclBK!!.(. churches and children. ,
'' Mrs. J. H. Easier of
\ '- Bjunrsa and Semi-weekly Atlanta The newspapers of America have ,
'!!' Journal, per Tear 175. Spartanburg, S. c., says : '
+"I"; Bursa and Thrice a-week Mew York steadily changed during the last I "I had sick headache, for Neat Printing '
three decades in the same direction. -'feDo .
World, per year, 11.05. years. I felt bad most of
f BAXVBB and Semi-weekly Tlmes-Un Editorial pages and news columns the time, I tried Thed-

.I.. :'A n and Citizen, per year. 11.50. have been steadily modified in the ford's Black-Draught, and '. :At. Reasonable Prices.. ; :

'"I,\\ BAvroB and Home and Farm, per year direction of fragmentary, egotistic, now I feel better than

.." : ., '1.25 personal and sensational, or at least when I was 16 years old."

.i) : emotional, appeals. These are the Your- druggist sells it, in ,

:J:.I' General;;Dlreetor,.. qualities of children's minds, and of 25 cent packages. .

,'; .' .' STATEOFFICIALB. undeveloped minds everywhere. The .
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)Insist on Bedford's Give us next order
;: Governor-Alber W. Gllchrlst.J. change is, of course; all a part of the ,.' '.-

I, '.' Secretary of State. -H. Clay. Crawford. larger democratic! movement of our ",:. -. ..".....'... '. .,,, -.,. .. .."" fIllY and' we will give you per-
"I Attorney GeneralPark. Trammel! time, and many .causes have con

", 'ry Com Agriculture E. McLln. tributed (to bring it about. Had"wom- ; fect satisfaction thus ," \

1 1P Tr..anrer-Wm V Knott. en' not been so active, something of QUITE LIKELY makingyou one of our '

,':; Supt. Public Instruction-! .U Hollo- the same sort would have happened,. ,
r1 r but if all to how : '"
way women were forget regular customers. ,' ,. "
e <, Comptroller. C. Croom. to read over night, there is little I

',:f... .' Supreme Court-Thos. M. Shack leford, doubt that the newspapers would ;, I

':,t : Chief Jastlcst M. H. Mibrv."Cler*. find it advantageous to print more '

t ;}, ',', Railroad UommUafon-B. Hudson Burr:, statesmanlike editorials, and more :, : '
;; ';I: ,," Chairman; E. C. Dunn, Clerk. .. :" :
i and abstract news.-Atlantio
j f ',' : Judge first 'Judicial circuit-.J. Emmett 'T HE."t' ,,, ,.. .-- '-
Monthly. .... .
k 1;," :, Wolfe; Pensacola. _ \.;.,. : .
.; State. Solicitor first judicial. circuit-C.
: ,' L. Wilson. One or the meet common aliments. thai
hard working people are afflicted with Islame
I' v back. Apply Chamberlains Liniment
;'r .:> t, U. S. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS. twice; a day and massage the parts thoroughly 9// ,

j} ... H. 8.Chubb, Register. Qalnesvllle Fla. at each application and you will get

:, Shields Warren Receiver Gainesville. quick relief. For sale by All Dealers.
Chipley Fla.
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;h ,T.1 Circuit Clerk-W.'C. Lockey, Vernon. t.I
'. .R ". .! /:\. County Judge.-I. A. Hutchison Vernon. He Attempts>> _to Keep Two Seats 60 i *X : . -
,t: ;,,1;" Sherlfl-4J. G. Allen Chipley. "'*. 10 DO on shady; aidsof -- '-I' '1 .

M ,i1. Tr..nrer-B.. B.Tiller, Vernon Car.
Tax Eeggy-I make it a point never to
J1 ; : M Aa".or-.J..J. WIIII.m.Chlple,
YL Tax Collector. -W. B. Gainer Kcontana.Supt. : A man who frequently uses the interurban talk more than ten minutes with any High Class Saw Mill Machinery.

Kl;/ Ii i:* Public Instruction F Gainer cars ,out of Indianapolis reports one person.

-}. Wanna a new kind of railroad hog. Virginia Wise-So as not to tell We carry at our new warehouse, 408
:; : ,i' Supervisor of Registration., M. "I boarded the car at the Denison all you know, I suppose. and 410 East Bay St., a large stock of
Portable and
h Simmons Greenhead. Stationary Engines) Locomotive -
( ,A;:: Count AollcltorA.. D. Carmichael. hotel corner," he said, "and noticed thoea and Horizontal Return Flue
,:1 "" J"" Chipley. there was only one seat outside the 1 wile cured of one dose of Boilers; Saw-Mitls, Planers, Edgers.
> Chamberlains, Cnoleia and Diarrhoea Saws: Belting and Mill Supplies; also
J; ii. County Surveyor-Thos. Collins Caryvllle smoking compartment not occupiedby engine and saw-mill repairs. We also
wrlttM.. K.:
,t', ;A r,"'. Fla.County, tome person, and it had in it a Remedy Qebbardt Orloe: RUSTz
Pa Nhere nothing better For sale by
'1 I.. .:i .V Commissioners: large suit case. In the aisle directly All Dealers. r -
,: : ,. ."i \:> J. T. Hlghtower, Chairman, Vernon.A. across from the suit fat ICAN and DELOACH Saw Mill,
case was a ERIE;, LEFFEL TAYLOR and
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C. Gilbert Chipley.
;\; ; '" man who evidently did not belong How Taste la Cultivated. SOUTHERN Engines and Boilers, PERKINS Shingle Mil Machinery.. Special -
8. L. Davis
4 Stave Machinery for Turpentine '
,, -- ''' People who live In climates wberemalaria. .
-- to this
of the
V.: H. Porter MlllvUle. part country and was abounds, frequently have. to Large stock carried for Immediate Shipment. Get our prices betore buying.
',''I:'; D. F, Gann, Santa Rosa. unacquainted with the geography."I We can save you money. A postal will bring our Traveler. -
take so much quinine that they get to
,",v\')1'j; ;' School Board:' moved the suit case to the aisle love the taste of It, and to take It Write for literature covering your special requirements.

,,' G. B.Bush Chairman Orange. HillS. .and took the seat. After we had left daily, even when they do not need It, ryieilsfoy Machinery Co.

,';i y''," J. Gainer. St. Andrew. the: city and started across the country Just because It tastes good to them. 408 &: 410 E. Boy St. Jacksonville, Florida
,', ;, ,'1r .W. F. Buss, Vernon. And yet quinine Is one of the bitterest
{ the fat man scowled at me, Long Dlmtano Telephone No. &'74.
'" j" of and these
drugs same people
: i:'] CHIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS.: picked up the suit case and, going did they move away from the,malaria

't l Mayor A. D. Campbell. Into the smoker, sat down in a va district! for .a few year., would "soon

?\..1x; ." Marshal-John Roberts cant seat on the same side of the get to detest the' taste of It. Here's Good I

'I':: clerk and Tr..llrer-W.. W. Cook. car where I was sitting, the shady Slogan fora

r, '- Council-A. D. Carmichael chairman tide.
,"ty., .' C. B.Dunn,J. R. McGeachy, C.E. Tharp The Route.
\ .A W. O. Butler, Jr. Evidently he had tried to make "Dalllhingtooaeems to have finally Bigger and Better Business.

', \ '; ." rare' of two seats, .so as to be able made a :conquest of that Scadmore r '
I'or : I'';" Z to select the slrl. Wonder how It all came about" ... .. .. 4 .
'" one on the shady side w !-.e. .
:1 'ofl." "The first time she saw him she gave
:. '. ',\,;,,,,' after the car had started on its cross. him her eye, the next time they met DON'T THE WAY
': : The Banner country route, but my removal of his ihe gave him her arm, It wasn't long BLOCK -0 '

Yi i:, < suit case had spoiled his plan." before he was holding both of her .*.: ..
:, ,)' ,.," ... "; : hands Boon after that. he won her Move as fast as the procession-or move out. Take fie
-v i heart, and she lost her head and '
8AFETY.I gave
.': -1;' : i' '. 1, pace of the company you or .make \for the
: = Fla. herself to him oomPle -Judge. way man

',\.....1"':.." \!: :,.,';.\, <: \:, :.",-: Chipley, I "Do you think it possible to make I behind. -

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: an airship absolutely safe p" ARE EVER AT WAR.
'>,):;.:\' :SUwb for the UpbulWlnr e11.k1 "
''i ; :' ,' T. f "Sure, "replied the mechanician. I There are two things everlastingly at war Don't !atandjn the way of new ideas. Don't! pause in'the
"How? JVY and piles Hut Bucklen's Arnlba Salve
:+ r' I Chipley, "Disable it before it gets a chance will baujsli piles. It subdues the Itching path of better system. Don't settle down. on the ladder of'

)7: ([ -r. to leave the ground." I irritation,luBamatiou or swelling. It gives' success. Don't he a barnacle on the ship of pregress.-
,' ; :r r.; I '" :Washington County, :jomtort, Invites joy. Great healer of bur.strolls

,. ,,"t.\,\'( J r 4 4 ,. .' '.., 1 I ulcee.. cuts,bruises, eczema soa.ds, 0 .
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." ;! ;i1" '1''! I' ( ;. AWAITING IT. I pImple., skin eruptions. Only 26o at J B.: K.MoOeucbj Change;means pro2'r ss. Progress'meansadvancement' ,
;Ii KloridaJSubscription. J
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\;, !:'. ',..I ." There la a orials.coming in '
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China." Advancement means movement. MOVE! :
/ ', + 'i:f ;::: $1 I Per Year. 6O YEARS .
\, .. "I told my wife so as soon as I EXPERIENCE
[ "" 1i1'. ; :: the cook DON'T BLOCK
/ MW new handle the dishes. THE WAY!
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:,; ," Near Roohelle, U. an Indian! went to sleepon I
4.. ; ,,- ..: "Neat, a railroad track and was killed by thefastexpress. .
!8 ;" .'j'v' ,.', .' He paid for his carelessness TnAOS DESIGNS MApas CURTIS L. JONES D.CoUeotlon.. CARMICHAEL
'11 /' ArtisticCommercial with Ms life. Often Its' that way when peo- .
.,.. ., '.. pie neglect ooiikbs and colds. Don't risk .""lending nkoleh CQPYRIONTs and d_Iptlon Ac.An.on. map. Notary Public State at Large. -*- Attorney at Law

'' .. Printing your life when prompt.uoe. of Dr Kings New qntoklv Invention uoertnlu!I.probably our pntentahle.opinion tnm Communion whether ma* L a Specialty.

; .. Discovery will cure them and so prevent a cent tlon f..trlotlToonad.... Olclnt .K..ntliU.HANOBOaX ncf fur"eecurlng Patents ptnt, .. All business entrusted to Chipley, Flaj ,
!', dangerous throat. and lung trouble. Itcomiletely Patents taken through Muna A Co. rcoelv
M tjMctal unlit,without ofiarte, la the my care will have my prompt
eared me in a snort time of a terrlle

:': /The' Banner > cough that fallowed an an attack of Scientific Jlm rlca.. .attention. Fees; reasonable.Can .

.. Grip writes J RV7ats, Floydida, Tex. andregained A handsomely llhmtratwl weekly.any T...mct ciiw j DJ.Jos.3TttorneyAt.
onhttlon ot enlenu :Journal. Term.SB m0ol be found at Post .
I 1ft pounds weight that 1 bad r nrtfnnernonthe,5L I II lost. Quick are, reliable and guarao T.New
CMpley. Fla. MVNN&Co3l York aw,
60o AII t trial bottles free at SIC eetlJ : BU WMbtaiu : VYausau, Florida




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Notice, l: j jt} 1.-" 'with"Initiative the Secretary Petitions"of ,State And shall not lose be ,than filed .nswerJh', ; ,Call: ........................... .

-.:...-...- '- four (4)) months preceedlng the date of r .

WI1EUEAS, The legislature' of 1911, the proposed election are at to which be Toted the upon measures, and all so Chipley People Have Found That

under the Copstltulion of 1885. of the petitions, submitted under: the (power of This is Necessary. '
(State of Florida( did pas three Joint tho Referendum shall be known: as "Ref- ..1 Wire Pence. I

Resolutions proposing amendments to erendum Petitions", and shall be filed A cold, a strain, a sudden wrenchA
the Constitution of the State of Florida! with the Secretary of State not more .
and the same were agreed to by a vote of than sixty (GO) days after the final adjournment little cause may hurt the kidney .
three-Ufths of all the members elected! to of-the session of the Legislature Spell o( backache often follows.
each/ house; that the votes on said Joint which shall have passed the measure .
Resolutions were entered upon tholr respective to which the referendum Is applied, Or some irregularity of the urine. N
Journals the yeas and the tiling of a Referendum Petition' A splendid remedy for such attacks.A 8 I .-.,
nays thereon, and they did determine against any Item ur section of any acts or I "
medicine that has satisfied thousand
and direct that tho said Joint Resolutions resolution shall not prevent the remain- SI!
,' be submitted to tho electors of the der of such measure from becoming effective *. -
State at the General Election In November.
; Is Doan's Kidney Pills, _
(6) Any measure or amendment to the 30u'
NOW THEREFORE. I, II. Ct.AY CRAwFoRD Constitution proposed under the Initiative Thousands of people rely upon it.

ttaaretary of State of the State of and any measure to which the Referendum Here Is One case. ij1\
Florida, do hereby give; notice! that a Is applied shall be referred to a .E. M. Toole Marianna, Fla, !says: il: l ..-
General Election: vote of the qualified electors! of the State 4j'I'I' '
will be held In each county I Florida on aud shall become a law when approved "I consider Donn's Kidney Pills I
Tuesday next succeeding the first Mon- bra majority of the votes cast thereon a very reliable remdey. I used tnem 4 13t 1\\

day Tuesday in November being the A. D. 1912 the said and and not upon otherwise proclamation; of the Governor for a constant pain In my back and 311 '"!'.

Fifth Day of November (7)) The veto power of the Governor they,gave me propt relief also makingmy
for the ratification or rejection! of the shall not extend to the Initiative or Referendum heatlh better and ridding me of -,,"- _..__.....,.. -'-,...--.....------.. ..
said Joint Resolutions proposing amendments measures approved by a majorIty
electors other sympton ot Kidney complaint to e e
to the Constitution of the State of of the Qualified ;
}Florida viz: ((8) The reservation of the power of the which I had been subject.For .
Initiative and Referendum In this Arti- i sale by all dealers Price ,50 : Just a word Farmers and Fence Builders: :
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an cle shall not deprive the Legislature of
Amendment to Article V of the Constitution the right to repeal any law, propose or cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,

the Judiciary of the Stato Department.of Florida Relativeto pass with any the measure Constitution, which mar be the consistent State:! New York,' sole agents for the United Q Having made a deal for Ten Car Loads :'

and of the United States States.
Be It Rep"ved! by the legislature of the ;
State of i Florida!' : I (9) The Legislature shall make suitable Remember the name-Doan's-and : of the Best'American Steel Wire Fence, we :
into effect
provisions tor carrying
other. j
That the following amendment to Article take no
of this Section.:
V of the Constitution of the State of provisions *
Florida relative to the Judiciary Department ThatSoctlon: Sixteen ((10) of said Arti- 0 are in position to make YOU' better prices e
to be numbered Section 43: of saidArticle cle Three <3)) shall be amended so .as, to NOTICE.In .
V be and the Is read aa follows: .
same : :
than before.
Court State of Florida
the Circuit
agreed to and shall be submitted to the Section 10. Each law enacted whether -
electors of the State:: at the general elec- by the Legislature or by the people Ninth Judicial Circuit Washington
tion to be held on the fii'st Tuesday after under the Initiative shall embrace but Countyi-In Chancery.
the first Monday In November A. D. 1912, one subject and matter properly connected B.E. Carter. Complainant 1 1T8 : Be sure you see us before buying wire :'
for ratification or rejection to-wit: therewith which subject shall be f
Sac. 42. There shall be another Judge briefly expressed In the title, and no law Effie May Carter, Defendant. ) :
of the Circuit Court of Duval County in shall. be amended or revised to Its title It appearing by affidavit appended to X elsewhere. It means money saved. :
addition to the Circuit Judge of the circuit only; but In such case the act as revised, the bill filed In the above cause that Ef-
In'which said county Is situated. or section ns amended shall be reenacted fie May Carter the defendant. therein $
Such additional Circuit Judgo shall be and published at length named Is a non-resident of the State of
appointed by the Governor and confirm- That Section Seventeen(17)' of said Ar- Florida., and Is a resident of Dothan
by the Senate and shall hold oQIco: for ticle Three (3)) shall be amended so as to County of Houston State of Alabama I ChipleyHdvv. Co. :
six ((1)> years. and shall receive the game read as follows: over the age of twenty-one years: It U,
salary and allowance for expenses as other Section 17. Every bill passed by the therefore, ordered that the said non-res-
Circuit Judges but the same shall bepale Legislature shall be read by its title on ident, defendant, be and Is hereby required 0 .. .. u .. __ u.. .. ,. u u .. U

general by revenue the County of said of Duval county.out lie of shall the one-third Its lirst reading of the In members either present House unless desire_ In the to appear said cause to the on bill or of before complaint the 20th tiled ."........... ...... e .. &

hara all the,.powers and perform all the It read by sections. Every bill shall be i day of September A. D. 1912 otherwise
duties that are or may be provided or 'unless the allegations of the said bill will be taken
read three several days two-
prescribed by the Constitution by thirds on of the members present when such all confessed by the bald defendant.It Text Books for September Examination! NEW
Statute for Circuit Judges, and all stat bill may be pending shall deem It expedient Is further ordered that this order be --
utes concerning Circuit; Judges shall apply to dispense with this rule Every published once a week for four >(4) consecutive ,' The following: Is a list of text booksto 00w0
to him The distribution business weeks In The Dander, a newspaper -
of the bill shall be read bv Its sections on Its
be used the basis
for the
as a September
of the at Chipley County
Circuit Court of Duval Coun- second reading aud on Its final passage published
between the two Circuit Judges and unless on Its second reading two-thirds State as aforesaid. examination.
the allotment assignment; of matters of the members present In the House (Copy of I Seal) W. C. LOCKET, Orthography-Hunt' Speller. Barber Shop.wwlA.fpfalrfwwWWsaan {
and cases to be heard, decided ordered where such bill may be pending shall Clerk of Court. .
tried decreed or adjudged shall}' be con- deem It expedient to dispense with this By S. A. Hemphlll. Deputy Clerk. Reading-Any standard author. ,, \
trolled made
or when necessary by the rule. The vote on the final passage of Arithmetic-Milne'a Standard.
Judge of said Court who shall have the bill or joint resolution shall be tak-
older co-nmission. In force at the time. en by yeas and nays, to be entered on the NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Composition-Elements of English T. H. CALLAHAN Propr.I .
Such additional Circuit Judpe' shall reside Journal of each House; Provided That Department of the Interior Composition, Huntlngtoh..
In Duval ; .
any general revision of the entire laws U' U. Land Office at Gainesville l embodied In any bill shall not be required July 20, 1913 a
JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an to be read by sections upon Its final Notice U hereby given that Willie A. ans'. in the Dekle building
sbop on
qJ4 :
Amendment to Article 12 of the Constitution be
passage. and Its reading may wholly who. of
Taylor of }Fountain Florida on Physlolog-Primer Sanitation by
of the State of Florida Relativeto dispensed with by a two'thlrds vote. A August 18, 1910, made Homestead Entry corner west of First Nat. Bank
Education, to be Known as Section majority of the members present In each Ritchie.
(Serial No. 07297\ for SEX Section 14,
17 of /Said: Article; Providing for the Issuance House snail be necessary to pass every Township 1 north Range 13 west Tallai. Hlstorp-Florida History,' Brevard and will appreciate a share, of
of Bonds /: Tax School bill or joint resolution. All bills or joint has
filed notice of In-
Districts for the :!exclusive Use of Public resolutions so passed shall be signed by hassee tention Meridian to make Final Commutationproof and Bennett's; U. S. History, Field's your bartering trade. I guarantee -

b'reeIcbools/: Within Such School the presidium officer of the respective to establish claim to the land Grammar School.GeographyRedway'sNalural. to give you satisfaction,
District and Authorizing the Levy of a Houses and by the /Secretary of the Sen- above desert bed, before the Clerk of the Flor. ,
Tax to Create; Sinking/ Fund for the ate and the Clerk of the House of Repre Circuit Court at Verncn Florida! on the I
Shave iOo.
of the Interest '
Payment of Sucb Bonds. and Redemption sentatives. 29th day of August 1913. ida edition.
Claimant mamas as witnessesJohn Agriculture-Duggar'a for Southern
JJe It the .Legislature of the The votes cast In compliance with said W. Taylor. Lee Godwin, of Hexton, Klor- Hair Cut SSSc. :
State of Florida: and the canvass Ida George Walslngham; Henry Wale- Schools.
That the following amendment Ar- declarations and returns thereof shall Ingham, of Econflna, Florida. Physical Geography-Murry.-Slmonda. -
ticle 12 of the Constitution of the Stateof be subjected to the same regulations and Henry. S. Chubb '
Florida to be known as Section 17 of restrictions as are provided by law for Register.
Said Article be, and the same Is hereby general elections In the State of Florida.IN Civil Government-For all grades, R. F. SCARLETT

agreed to, and shall be submitted to the TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have. Boyonton' School Cirics; Yocum's Civ ,
electors of the State: at the next general hereunto set my hand and affix-
WE DO of Florida and the Unit-
iI Government
election of Representatives to be held In (Seal) Tallahassee the Notary Public.Real .
the year A. D. 1012 for ratification or re- at ed States.
jection..Sec. Capitol, this the twentyfifthday Algebra-Milne'. High School.
Estate Handled.
: P
17. The of July, A. D.1918.
Legislature providefor
Special Tax School Districts, to Issue H. QLAY CRAWFORD, DILL Theory and Practice-For all grades Collections a specialty.Office .
bonds for the exclusive of public free Secretary of State. R READS The Teacher and The School, by Col-

schools within any such Special Tax In First National,Bank. ., ,
School: District, when of
the qualified electors'ever thereof a majority who are .....,.......------ NOTE I ENVELOPES '.--pA.

freeholders) shall vote In fayor of the is' HEADS BUSINESS "'
nuance of such bonds. 91OO REWARD.For .. \\-VEEH: ,

Whenever anv such Special: Tax School: STATEMENTS. N CARDS '
District has voted In favor of the Issuance any case of Gall Stones, Appendicitis Attorney and Counsellor at Law
of such bonds a tux not to 'exceed Advertisef CIRCULARS PAMPHLETS Fistula Piles Enlarged Pros-
live mills on the dollar In any,one year, 'T Bonifay, Fla. ", '
on the taxable prouerty within the district MILL COMMISSARY tate Glands, Stricture, Uterine and
voting for the Issue of bonds shallbe Ovarian Troubles, Displacements Office in Lindsev DuUdinl0 :'.
levied In accordance with law providIng In your local prper If CHECKS I cnEC ;
Tuberculosis Blood Poison
for the of Discharges, or
levying taxes, to become i
fund for the payment of the Interest and You want results now RECEIPTS DRAFTS I fail to cure with my new $5,000 "-"Prompt, personal serviceto \.

redemption ofsuch bonds., 19 WEDDING N VISITING machine now treating 100 people daily, clients.

I Proooslng Amendments to Section Ono without the knlte or medicine.No .

(1)). Sixteen: ((10)) and Seventeen (17) of! 3 INVITATIONS, G CARDS delay from business. we pay rail-

the Article State Three of Florida((3) of the Relating Constitution to Legls-(of The advertising col- I road fare and give free examination.Call ( A. G. McQuagge, -

tlye Authority of tho State of Florida. TO ORDER at once. ELECTRO-RADIO CO. ,
are' of absorb-
.BH It Resolved by the Legislature of the umns 106" Dauphin St. Mobile, Alabama. Notary Public <
Stato of
Florida: -
interest in this
ing ---------
That the following Amendments ,to State at Large.' .
Section One ((1), /Section: Sixteen (10); and .;
/Section: Seventeen ((17) as amended, of Ar- .age.,:,Therethe public I 1:
ticle Three (3)of tho Constitution of the \
: Slate of Florida be and they are hereby finds what it needs. IRA A HUTCHISON '
agreed to, and shall} bo proposed and sub- Your Home Paper Both ..
mitted to the electors of this State for Moreover that enab- I Attorney at ,Law. "
r _
approval or rejection at the next general U feet,,.
__:' hereafter, that Is to say: les your publisher 'to I end Office at Vernon, Pla. ,
.* Section One (1) or said Article Three PriceOne r. ,,(
:1(3) shall be amended read follows ,
so as to as '
better "
: give you a pa- < Will practice In Circuit Courts .of

Section 1. (1) The Legislative authority jn It gives ThoPonsacolaiournal l Florida and the Federal Courts.
t of this State shall bo vested In u Legislature per. yourScommunity p
consisting Of a Senate and u
House of Representatives, and shall bl a better PNANK L. MAVBC. ...ltor.i DR. R. E. TILLER.; '
/STATE OF FLORIDA, but tho people re- standing with the rea- i g '
; :
serve to themselves power to propose TIde I is goingto be the most notable year in DENTAL SURGEON /

laws of and the amendments State and to to enact the or Constitution reject- ders. American or Florida Politics. You, of course, wantto Chipley, ', Florida: ] ,

such laws and amendments at the polls ? keep posted. You can do this by taking your local "
Independent of the Legislature and also Office
over First Nat'l Bank.
reserve at their the power to town paper and one outside paper. Hero is the proposition
approve or reject at the polls any act, .
jtem. or section of any act or resolution Sooner or,later result : ,

of((2)the The Legislature first power; reserved by the will be forthcoming so NPgyI' 005.5J r/ (\_ Orion Lode, N,. 40,':/:

people Is the Initiative and twenty (20) .
'_ centum of the legal voters shall havo 1 year. .13.00 F."A.M.
0'the per right to propose any legislative Your local paper .-n'.', . .$1.oo
} 6 months S2.lSOTlwtPenaacola'JOUI'IW Regular Communications: Second a
and twenty-five (25): ) centum
measure per
shall have the right to propose! amend- AdvertiseNotice ( Dill; ) $5.00 3 months $L25 each Saturday month.and' Fourth Frldy' night in
ments to the Constitution by petition i
and every such petition shall Include the Visiting Brethern cordially Invited.
full text of the measure so proposed; Your local paper...,. .$1.00 > 1 year. .$1.00 W. ,L. TAYB.OR W. M.

: (3)) The second power reserved Is the Th Penaacola Journal (Wen,)) $1.00 ) 0 months. .7Bc& W.r W. JONES; Sec. :; f "i < -
i Referendum and It may be ordered, except _. '
as to laws necessary for the Immediate TIM /.nM..l. Journal, )I. not ease w.*' r.1.rH.-r "'.'''Ie' L -Mn.-iji. -l, I-L.-J. .- *--

preservation of public peace, health Notice to the Picture Loving Public. deify. _lit H .to r0.r4.4 sp m.ny M Ml. mH pron.un..4r s."... I. O. O. P*. NOTICE.
and safety either by petition signed by. .ale All ,, .0r.. v. D.m..c.ey In ""rl... Ita- HI....... ,. ",.
twenty by the((20)Legislature per centum of the legal voters Owing to the greatly increased k> ".*.or.iM sad tMtop.n..iK, Its nw ..,." ..* I* ..mp4... aM 1a.ahwwfS Until further notice .,
or ; .Nwir,. ............ JChipley Lodge No.56 '
(4) The percentage of legal voters iuterestin KUDZU business ,
hereinbefore stated shall be based my this I. 0.- O. F., will meet at 7:00 p. m.
the total number of votes cast at the last Pleas' Studio will be closed from You can get special price now which applies each Monday evening.By .

general election the highest for the number. State of. officer Votes cast receiving August Stb to September 15th.C. to paid-in-advance subscriptions only, by, sending order of the Lodffe. r',''

at such election' ; E. PLEAS. the money to your home paper": E A. RATCUFFE N. G.
((5) Ail petitions submitted under the '
Fla. S. B. JUDSON Seer.v'r'
power of the Initiative shall be known aa Chipley, ,

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Rev.; ; liynn; R. Walker, pies i'dentof i- : '' \
; f TIp ersona,' tL [ Palmer: Colle at J;>DeFunial ToWn{ Topics.Four :_ '
:? was the guest of tbf MOST
Schedule of city Wednesday.A. bales of .cotton was ginned ,

Duncan and marketed' here Saturda;, ,
McFatter of the/ .ANY f
B.C. &t st. A. .,.
section was in town Wednesda; ton a big fall -
Effcctlv March''II, I9I2. Lets get ready
making the trip up in an automobile and winter boom in Washingtoi. BANK ; .J { ', .
ToingNpriLv. '
GolnaR 6Nooth.station .
x'.7' over the bard road. county. ,
Ar. -
11:00: a.m. Chipley 6:00 p.m. ,
11:88 a.m. Wausau 4:27: p.m. from Si. -
'"' Mr. Rawlsenroute Florida is now growing more :
13:01 p.m. Oreenhea4 : p.m.
13:00 p.m. Rlverllde 8M p.m.I'.. Andrew to his home at Mariann rapidly, relatively, tban any oth-.

Ar." Itd 1OOp.m.p.m. /Southport Vicksburg 3:00 3:12 p.m.p.m. r.v. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs er Southern state.Commencing Can handle your business after fashion, when .

Walter Cook here Sunday even-
s' ''Walter Cook went to Verno; the 29th inst. the Cbipley 'Git times are good and money easy. When
y., on business Monday. F. Scarlett, general manager will be run regularly until the 1 tight feels the '
and you
hard money
fi Boyd Cox was one of the Vercomtes of the B. C. & St. A railroad, close of the cotton.season. are .

in town Snturday.A. returned Monday evening fron cohnectton with a' .
Your name must be. on the registration need of.a business
Jacksonville, where he had bees
L.. Wells and little son' are books or you can't vote

pending a few days at Panama on business. Avoid the rush and confusion b> '. Big; Strong and Reliable BankDo

Misses Lou and Lizzie Rich attending to the matter now.

r City.Mrs. ardson and Miss Eunice Tugglc business and make your credit
week banking
r Mable Pond of Pensacol Dunn-Coleman Co. last your
week for Atlanta, when
is the guest, of friends here tbts left last received a solid car load of Studebaker .
and purchase Bank in
week. they will select wagons; if you want a : good with the strongest

their fall stock of miliinery. .
now know where
Geo. Ward was up from Wau wagon you Washington County.
Ala. -
Marvin Tharp of Selma, it. :
i' and went out to DeFunial "
his wife and little -
accompanied by
'' Friday. A.,J. McCormac was the first .
several days here -

A. D. Campbell and E.N., De this son and, spent last week the guest ol one this: to season.bring in He a bale came of in'with cotton it The First National Bankof

kle spent Wednesday at Camp his mother, Mrs. Miriam Tbarp, 001
Saturday, and it brought lie. He I

bellton. J. D. Nepper, the accommodating could haye bad it in a week earlir Chipley.

x .. W. A. Sessoms was, -over front L. & N. railroad agent here,, : but the gin :was not running. ,

Bonifay and spent the day here left last week for St. Louis and
The B. C. & St. A. railroad received .
3 Saturday. other points to spend his sum : two new passenger cars ............................................................

R. E. L. Buie of Birmingham, mer vacation. We wish bim an
, last Friday morning; they also I .

visited with relatives here a few I enjoyable time. lave a chair car which will be i Rub-M -Tism will cure you. I Rub-Mv-Tism will cure you.

;. day this week. Sheriff Allen went to Tallahassee sere shortly. It is the, policy off furniture for
You get more
at can
kind of Feed
1. A. Hutchison and family left Monday; night and. carried 1.. ) the B..C. to give' its patrons All Williams & Helton. the same money or better furni-

Wednesday for Panama City foi L. Whiddoh who was to appear ;behest. service possible. ture for less money at Chipley '

before the supreme court; there J.'heChipley Hardware Co. is
,. a short sojourn. The Order .Railway Conductors Furniture Co.
'ruesday' nder a writ of, habeas headquarters for Hardware.,
from will have their annual picnic
M. A. was well
how our
Drop in and see .
effort to. secure I
DeFuniak and spent Saturday corpus: being an at Palmetto Beach tomorrow. A Get your fresh meats from is filled will
I release bail the matter be- I bargain counter ; you
his on ; train will the crowd We sell it for .
here on business. special carry Wells] ,& Sharron. want something on it. .
the surely '
carried before
ng supreme and the fare i is only $2:25: and the cash.B. -----.
Mrs. J. M. Owsley and baby ourt because Judge Price of the Missses Richardson.
; ,
last for visit with bet ickets are'good to return on any Blake & Co. have something
week '
left a disqualified.
ircuit court was 666 will break
; train to the 25th., It is expected 5 or 6 doses any
up interest the ladies to
parents in Tennessee.Rev. denied bond. of special to -
Whiddon was that quite a number willo case of,Chills & Fever; it acts on
fromat ... offer; step in see what it is. and
W. D. Owens was up ;- from here. the liver better than ,

Sodam, and mingled with his I Special Election for State Senator. .. I Absolutely fresh groceries and does not gripe or sicken. 25 cents .

friends here Tuesday.George delivery is'' what you get
Governor Gilchrist has issued Ot Interest to Cotton Growers. quick Do flies and mosquitoes annoy

Myers and wife were a proclamation calling special The following notice, which from, Williams & Helton. you? then 'why don't you put'

;up from the still and spent Fri lection to fill the unexpired term signed by the eighteen dt- Say, have you noticed our lOc screens in your doors and win-

.. x'" day among friends here. I of the late Senator Buell Cook, vas counter? Lots of useful articleson :dowse See Dunn-Coleman Co -
ectors of the Southern States ,
Dis- it. Campbell & Dekle Co. '-
for the 25th
Senator it.
is state about -
Mrs. Joe Yates of Wausau Cotton Corporation, appeared in

vbitineher mother, Mrs. F. M. rict. The election will be heldn the Semi-Weekly Atlanta Journal When you wear shoes that Williams Tee shoe that will last a longtime
the Third Tuesday i in September & Helton sell you are guaranteed -
Roberts, here this.week. > one> day.last week, and should be satisfaction. .and is comfortable, is the
being the 17th dayf
Mrs. A. J. McGeachy of Pana- of much interest to the cotton shoe you want to buy. That's
> said month. We'can make ;you special, prices .
growers of all sections."Ne2'otiations sell. T. L.
and kind of shoes '
ma City, spent Saturday .. .. .. on clothing and shoes; come the we
Sunday here with relatives. are on toot to be. see. Campbell & Dekle Co. Wells & Bro. -
New Mill at St. Andrew.
developed within 30 days which

Dr. Dan Campbell was over The Buoy in its last issue said: i it t: is believed will secure for the '
I from DeFuniak and spent Thursday I am handling Ice in Chipley again this season
'A' force of workmen has commenced otton crop of the south the pricef and promise ,
night and Friday here.W. .- I will appreciate your patronage I bayou
preparing the foundation 15 cents per pound, middling the same courteous treatment and prompt .

--- .- \. R. Gainer of the Econfinasection for the large new saw ,mill near axis, at every ,market in the ICE I attention I have always given you heretafore. .' mTl j

.,, was here and spent Dyer's) Point, spoken of in these iouth. A. E. INowHri. 'i;i da

Tuesday night and Wednesday. olumns a'short time since. The "We ask every man who has, on)
from 8 to 10 o'clock fett! :...Jaya. 9;
Mrs. J. G. Mendenall was call- iuoy understands that the mon: r will have cotton for sale before

ed to Midway Thursday on account ey to build Is being furnished bvNew. September 10, 1912 to put it All orders to be delivered must be received J'' .
and hold it until these ar-
.York parties and Mr. Mer- a Way later than 4 o'clock m. .
of the death of her.mother. angements can be perfected." not p. .
West Bay Naval Stores
ritt of the

Mrs. J. M. Sapp and children and Lumber Co., will superin-

returned Saturday from Panama. end the construction; also that - ...- ......-- --, -------"""- -.....-. ------------------""- -----------' I d db

, City where they had spent two ,Mr. Barrow, formerly managerf r------- I l i

weeks.E. the German American Co., at .
Millville and later at Southport, )
A. McColsky, wife and children '
of the mill
will be the manager
, of Gainesville visited with when put in operation. HARDWAREfor .11

relatives here several days last .

week. State of Florida, 1 l .
Office of Secretary of State. ]aa .
Mrs. J. Boisseau of Ocala, vis- Notice Election, everybody! .- -
ited with her father, J. R. Mc- KNOW TB That I. fl. Clay Crawford,
"' Secretary or State of+ the State: of Florida
.. Colsky, and family, here a few do hereby give notice that a, -
.days last week. will bo held Specslat In the county.sleetlon of Washington, ,a ....... 1+l

t tate:>> of Florida! ,on the Third Tuesday
Mrs. Crayton Tiller came up In September t:>> A. D. 1912, the said Toes- Grade
is day being the On High
from Pinelog and spending -
Sev.Btt.itli Day of Scpttmktf SPE' C'IAL d
-' some days with her daughter for a State Senator of the State of Florda" Buggies and Harness

.', Mrs. W. E. Coleman., I strict'( from of said-Twenty-fifth State,. composed Senatorial: or the"onntles ; .. .' -
of.WashingtonandCalhoun, t.ofill : V
Miss E. K.. VanBergan, organizer -' the vacancy occasioned by the death For -10 Days. ,
4 _
of Hon. Buell Cook late Senator:! from '
_";:' .for,the W C. T. U., who has aid '. : UrOr
-' trip to the bay country District.In Testimony Whereof 1 ---, ";':'".. : ........' .
been on a have hereunto set my hand : -H ;
through town Friday en- and affixed the Groat Seal of : : >: S .
passed ife
; 'r (Seal.) the State of Florida at Tallahassee :: ;
.' route to headquarters in Jackson- the Capital, this the : line of Hardware etc.t '
'(! .. nineteenth day of August, We wantyouto see our :
';.,' -,: : ..., ville. She reports the Union in avery A. D. 1913. ., --< r '
: : condition in that U. CLAY CRAWFORD, r '.. '. .- \\f .k" '
"t, healthy Secretary of State. We :sell::Stoves and Ranges for fun.N > w.
section. To O.O Allen, Sheriff:: Washington( O, -
d .'
. "v L '' .. .
.t' ,. We are looking for you. ,".


4 CHipttj?
,.":. c- ; ,. ., Everything New.Firstclass Dunn-Coleman Company, FU.
", .. .:. Service.F.,4. lyI
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f "" ; : A. G. McQUAGGE. General Manager.
'-, '_ r 7 7:, : Located in Tharp's New' Building.'Will .

Be Ready For Business Saturday.



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