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The Chipley banner
Place of Publication:
Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
September 5, 1912


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
30.779167 x -85.539167


“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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I I WfU6fU.J. I good. pentine operator east of ,town, '
'G. M. Myers has the best cot- wired in and set four acres in I
: '. MPHorie I7C3, A. Jenkins of near Chipley, ton, Jule Johns the best sugar orange trees last winteri1 The '
here Saturday. cane and John Curlee the best potato trees are doing fairlywell; the"
i was. patch we have been this year land has been,broke and planted
'|; The New Market Miss ,Eliza Tiller of Callaway, in stock peas, which looks .well.- 'a"
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is visiting with relatives here. We have every reason to bp.1i ve.
commenced series 6f meetingshere
;)T--} .:; When You Want Anything&: in Fresh Meats Prof. W. F. Armfield of Vernon Saturday a and will continue that Mr.. Myers will soon be'' realizing -
attended church here Satur- i handsome profits from his
them the week the
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are. miles west of town tbat.has,be
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crops past:
1 j" S was mingling' 'with friends here Misses Esther Miller Ida Jef- years and now has'400 on it;"the '
5 I, u" ')-Vell.. Ac lha.ron.fl Wednesday. fries and Exa McQuagge ot Chip- ; fruit when ripe is large sweet
"I 1 J The stork passed this way last ley teachers at this place and and juicy > ""
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'. The farmers in'this section are came In Sunday and resumed "', 1
Chipley Bryan died at their home i
work in their schools Monday.
/* Dr. T. G. Yates Why. buy a wagon ,and 'go off crop now is busy aboye picking the average.cotton; the The Wausau Lumber Co. shut at Live Oak, Wednesday cr ven.iqg' '
and brought here for burial
S hoping& have got a good one. their mill weeks sw
e Eye Specialist you We are glad to note that T. J. down two ago to Thursday afternoon. i
be in Chipley Dr. Wilson's Buy Studebaker's and the ques- Wilcox and wife, who have both put in new machinery. Two ,
e the First Tuesday in Oc- tion is settled. Sold by Dunn-!. been quite sick are now better. large boilers have been put in, a Homer Williams son of. Mr.. ,y '
plainer and stave saws are beingput and Mrs. J. J. Williams at Weington v
r, 1912. Consultation and Coleman Co. .. We are sorry to note that the in, a dry kiln is being built, died at his home there ,r
ination free. I & aged Mrs. W. B. Jones is quite the log pond cleaned out and en- Thursday night and bis remains :;';j
The Misses. Richardson can ill,with little prospect of recovery larged, and other improvements were brought here for burin .,
iggies and harness for every I please you in any kind of millinery :B F. McKeithen of the Valley are baing made. Things will Friday afternoon. He was sick, ;
y, cheap--Dunn-Coleman Co. you want. was a caller: Wednesday; he tells soon begin to hum again. only a few days. jI
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THE BANNER Latest Newspaper Law.

The following is the decision of
the United States Supreme court
and the latest Postal Law as regards HOME

..WAsVTBIl W. JOWB, newsoapers: ,NEW

&at.n.l Uae portoffic at ChlpUr,Fla., a* Few readers of newspapers

moos. ......stall Matter. fully and clearly understand the r.

laws governing the laws _of sub "" of Known Vain
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: The Sewing Machine .
on $............................'1.00 scriptions. ..
I IX MONTH...... ....... ........ 60 The following are decisions of -.. ', ,' :
TB-REK MOHTHS...-i.. ............ .85 .' ,* 'i" :.r. '
the Uhited States Supreme Courton
: 'Known the" World; Over : '
*vsrtUlB*rat.s fonUhed on application. the subject: ,". ** ? ,, ; t
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1. Subscribers who do .not ".,;- *, .:* ?
Communications on live topics especially Y .
of local Interest are solicited. It give express!! notice to the con-: : For,'its'SerVing .
It understood,however that the publish :. ,
THB BASHER will not be responsible tray are considered as wishingto ,

fir, opinion expressed by correspondents.. r-enew'subscription.' ".. ,

Tn BAHWXB wants lire representative 2. If subscriber oders a dis- The only Sewing Machine which iao; life as.* '
and correspondent at every postofiiceI continuance of their periodicalsthe
make liberal .arrangement '
the and will '
.. county* with the rlgrt parties._ publisher may continue to set at the price you pay for it. Purchase ,the t

send them until all dues are paid, .
'THURSDAY: Ef*f>*. 9. 1912. 3. If the subscriber refuse to : .NEW, HOME and you will not have aft endless '

take the periodical from the ; ,
A Course la Good Citizenship- postoffice to,which they are dir- '.chain of repairs. It is better made,, does nicer '

Ten Lessons. ected, they are held responsibleuntil : :
.:, sewing, easier to operate and more silent
1. Don't lie about your town. they have settled their bills ..

"be truth is good enough for the and odered them discontinued. .' 'than any other. Guaranteed for all. time. .

booster, and the knocker is soon 4. If subscribers move to oth- 1.

found out. er place without informing publisher ., : Sold ; toy -
and the sent to '.
healthfulnessof papers .
2. ,Protect the IJ' ..
your town. The fly is the the former address they are ," 4 ..

product of filth and the mosquito responsible. ;

must be cradled in stagnant water 5. The court have' decided ,, "::1 ;:';'''CampbellDiekle Coin !
that refusing take periodicals p Y.
; still it is fatally easy to raisea I .
good crop of either. I from the office or removing and I

leaving them uncalled for, is"pri_ -
3. Increase the beauty of your '
I ma fact evidence of intentional _-I
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town. It is a great thing to
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fraud. ,
make a flower before.bed where an is ash its : 6.. If subscribers pays in advance For.everv man who has his- j I I Answer The Call. DemociratloNATIONAin f5'Ck- ,1.
hfap gr.W Beauty
: they ire bound to give no- bust in the Hall of Frame ,area ,t.
own eJc\1; \ _. -
tice at the end of time if tbey do million busted outside. Chipley People Have Found That For President: t

4. Improve the moral tone of not wish to continue taking it, .. ... This!! is,Necessary.A For.Vice.WOODROW Pre8Id& t-' <'Ii'r._

your town. By so doing you otherwise the publisher is authorized Laboring under a New Year cold, a"strain/ a sudden wrenchA THOMAS MARSHALL.Presidential .
Electors: D**
taxes tor good
kippdovvta.tlle a to send it, and the sub resolution is like carrying a pane little cause may hurt the kidney JEFFERSON: : B. ItaoWNB.'
citlien Iii easier to control than a J. FRED! DEAHBT.: ''tr,
Spell'of backache often follows.
scriber will be held responsibleuntil 4 of glass; one slip and it's all off. CHARLES E. JONKSA'
bad ebe, Or some irregularity of.the urine. W. CHIPLRY Joints.' : ?
express notice with pay- And the way is mighty slippery splendid remedy for'such attacks.A L Ef..AJD"). BEHOBBSON:
5. Support the educational ment of all arrearages is sent to these days. medicine that has satisfied thou II. C. SPARKMANJHSC
Congressman State at La'lrlllt"CLAUDE
institutions and school ..
pay your the publisher. sands.Is .' :

tax glfcdjy.} Educa'te'your people The latest postal law' are such District Registration Officers. Doan's Kidney Pills, Congressman EMMKTT, Third WILSON District:

attract the educated. A Thousands of people'rei" It.
!ep that newspaper publishers can upon '
The following district'registra-
trained mind is the world's most i Hej-e is one case. TA.Te. .
arrest for who take "
potent force. anyone FRAUD tion officers have been appointedfor E. M. Toole Mprianna:; Fla,. says; Governor: .
the paper'and, REFUSE TO PAY FOR the several precincts in Wash- "I consider Donn's Kidney Pills PARx'1'aAYYx::
I' Secretary of State: t
6. Take the newspapers, ad- IT. reliable I used tnem I
ington county. The books in a very remdey. H. C. CBAWFO' : j

vertia iactbem, and do anything Under this law the man who each precinct will be kept open for a constant pain in my back and Commissioner- of A crloultbfe7,.
canto their his, they gave me propt relief, W. A. Mo All.,
elftfeyou help In support allows supscription to run
week the alaomaklll&1 f
at least two days a from heatlh better and Treasurer:
or"i improvement. The along for some time unpaid, and my J. C. Lmnira
first Monday September to the other sympton ot Kidney complaint
pfesf. is;the.mirrow of,the town. then orders the postmaster to I second Saturday in October. which I had been subject.For Comptroller*WTiV: KNOTT.

7. Support the churches. mark it "refused," and a postal Diet *fo. 1. Registration Officer. sale by all dealers, Price 50 A'tornrV Oenerat:
T. F. ytipt. .
They have faults like all other card sent notifying the publisher No. ?. .C. L. Nichols. cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, Superintendent of'Pjlbllc: psLtocl

organizations; composed human leaves himself liable to arrest Dist. No. 3. Walter Pennlngton.. I New York sole agents for the United W. N. SHIFTS! r
Dlst. No. 4. A. W. Gainer. I States State,Ch :- ,00: .f-'
being*,.but they: are the onlv'inatitutions and fine, THE SAME AS FOR THEFT. ; It, B. EOSK .fi; '
Dlst. No. S. Chaa.
Armstrong.S. I Remember the pameDoao'andtake '
in the community that .. Adjutant. :
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Dlst. No. 6. A. Wesley. no other. J. C. E.tFos'rs. : ,
:Stand primarily for righteous- The Twenty-Third Psalm. Dist. No. 7. J. T. Bowen. i Senator Ssth! District: I .'.': ,, '

nefcs and spirituality.} Dist. No. 8. L. S, Armstrong. NOTICES FOR PUBLICATION. A. J. McCx-K: !.R' : .
1. My wife is'my boss. I .
Robert '
Dist No. 9. Nixon. Department of tbe Interior,
8. interest in
Keep up an pol- .
shall not deny. Dist. No. '10. O. C. Parker. U. S, Laud Office at Gainesville; Florida! COUNTY
local affairs. oi town. After Representative: ,
your August 17,1913.
2. She maketh me lie down Dist. No. 11. G. W. Joonaon.' Notice l r. hereby given that Felix K. 1...11. HOWKIJU .:'
your\ carelessness has allowed behind the bed when the swell Dist. No. 12. J., M. Simmons. FulgUam of Southport,. Florida who on Clerk Circuit Court .'.
November 2, 1009. mada Homestead En- W. B, UAINEB ,'
the.poUtcial power to slip into Diet. No. 13. P. N. Hutchison.
company cometh, and she lead- try, Serial No. 0822., for NEtf. Section 30. Sheriff "
the hands of grafters, only a DIet. No. 14. T., F, Tiller. Township south Ranee U west. Tallahassee BERBT FABBIO: .
eth me behind her: up Maine Dlst. No. 15. J. J. Cox., Meridian has filed notice of 1 Intention _
strenuous battle can get it back. to make Final Commutation Tax: Assessor { -
street. Diet No. 16. E. M. Newman. Proof to establish claim to the land D. D. DAVIa.
9< V9 .'t. blame the results 3. She restoreth pocketbook Diet No. 17. W. B.' Gray above described before the Clerk of the .Ta. : Collector: ,-. : _
my Court Vernon. Florida! U. B.'I'1LtZR.: ;,.",'
Circuit )at on the
of your own shortcomings on i. after she spent all its' contents ,- Diet No. 18. J't. Kronmlller. .. 30th day of Beptember, 1018. Treasurer .
the tG'WL The success of your Dist. No. 19. W. G. Hinaon,, Cla.lmsollna.mes as witnesses: T. F, F M. Buss. "'A; ,;,
for hobble-skirts and the-
Tiller. A. Morrell,James H. Brooks,fl.! F.
Dlst. No. 20. H. L>, Bowen. Sops Public Instruction ;,
neighbor will prove you a liar. atre tickets 'and she leadeth Jackson all ot Soutbport. Florida.! t "
me Dist. No. 21. J. S. Melvln. Henry 8. Chubb. W. T. UOBNE. 10"...

10. Advertise your town, up the'main,aisle at the churchfor Dist. No. 22. Robert Lambert. Register. County,Judge O. CBOOKEB. I -r"-..;.. .,

people, like moths, fly toward the her hew bat's sake. Dist.,No. 23.. C. C. Mills. ------- County. Commissioners: I ", :;"
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iht.-Lakeland Telegram. 4. Yea tho I walk more than Dist. No. 24. Henry Chestnut. Many a maD would have more, J. W. THABP.
Dist. No. 25. M. L. Harmon. O. F UAIXEB.
half the night through darkened leisure if -he would do W. F. Hess.: ( .
Dist. No. 26. :James Yates Sr.
Smile. rooms,with a crying baby, I will Dlst. No. 27.:., W. M., Wilson.J. instead of taking up so much of Members- B School J. GATHER Board' <-: ,'W v. ,._.

get no'rest, for'she is behind me ,.r' D. NIXON, his time in the strenuous effort to B. F. CARTER. : '",
Shroud have'no Re- .
pockets. I .. A. F.BOOKS* ,. '
member, we pass ,this way but her broom and her,,baT"p n" flbev ,Supervisor of Registration.Dlst. I avoid it. L. M. UiaraxB,1A : : ; 't.

rythinge3r8(Gut ,comfort me. .nn__
qnce, and when step int-l. -
ly of,<2 'wrairour earthly 5. She preparetb a cold' snack .c _

.".fl 1; gin will be left behind. for me, then maketh a bee line

::Not a cow, or a sheep, or an. acre aid society supper. She

qf' land,' or a dollar of money annointettfmy head with a rolling MILADY

will go into'the grave men with us. neth pin occasionally.over with :bundles MY arms efore run- DESK FOR USE I+,

Why. then should race
through life in 'a mad struggler she is half'done he shopping. ,

gold, brushing all the better 6. Surely her dressmaker'sand Is more thana mere ornament. It will be lwuud ,

aside when at last it must millinery bills, shall folllow ,..
things ; more, and. more useful every day.. .
fee unloaded at the,tomb?' Would me all the days of my life, -and I

it not be,better to smile a little shall dwell'in the house of my 1 P a Our showing of ladies' desks is unusually+

. and do a few good things as we go wife forever.-1-..DeFuniak Herald ? complete: and attractive.: They range in price

along? Would it not be betterfdan I
a from $10,
up as bigh as you card to gro. butwbat-[
to put a flower'in the hand Pertinent Paragraphs.' j
ever you pay secures you a well 'made, attract'ive : (
qf some sad-hearted human being The man who thinks twice before .
o struggling on the road of life 74i( and'useful article of furniture. _
he speaks doesn't do a great ,g {

than to clinch an almighty dol- deal of talking.I ..See. them and yo'll hav one. I'. y
Ifr until the cold and merciless t
know is blunt
a man who so
hand of death forces us to relinquish -
it? -Es. that he even insists npoo' ,writing t Chipley Furniture' Co pang: ;

... with stub. pen ','

'It's.i, all right to stand up ,foryourself Most of us.feel,that we could Railroad Street, Chip ey. Fla. J7N7f7Vrffil

provided 1'9U.are not, live comfortably on a' thousand a r

t&tloar on other'people's toes. year more than we have. l6vati7c. F i i7 / i
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',Barber, \ ..,,. ... Make It a Very German professor has discovered
'' ." '! ; Pin. Inoubator. that flowers possess a musical sense, ak
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Incubator It is rare for a 11'... "!
: person influence of certain melodies' Roses k 5r
:L Waiting." -, ing in the country not to hare facilities prefer old-fashioned airs; peonies he

\ for the- warming of bee and findsblush': a deeper hue when they;
Barkers 3Everything
the making'of honey. A successful hear: 'the ''volcanic Vanities of Wagner fJ

,"f'rI ., agriculturist has shown by recent experiments ; violets are no longer modest + A'

I (!'t':", Up-to-Now; that a beehive may serve ,when serenaded bymodern composenand ,
the purpose of an Incubator. Ht ;
lilies close their wearier
simply Goe
.. shave..i. .__ .. ;._ '15c.'I' I alighted upon this dlseorerj by obsetrring "'
:' Haircutting, ..._. 2Sc. bells 4t the sound of the waits. Picture "A handsome new style in. .
44'j' Shampoo, ........,,. 2Sc. that the proper to yourself the learned professor .. Grade
"*'., :\.' Massage .. I.. .'.... ZSc.r of incubators is exactly aqua on ,tour. round his garden with a our Diamond Special $3 A A

:""<, Hair Singe-_. ....'. ..,' 25c, which the queen bet maintains bathe small but select orchestra, specially that will give the finishing .W

interior of the hire. Why not* sweet innate to bit touch to costume. -
'j J We Sliclt Your Patronage. engaged making any .
r* gin the beN a chance to do ,two flower bade watching fo
I I ">:_ Very Respectfully" ', thing at once-hatch eggs and also startling effects, ] I wonder, by the : This is only one of our new patterns.

I., .' :y\V. I>. Peters, Frbpr pursue their ordinary vocation In way, what' tune W'oulcll'O'a.H a snap tI', : Ask-your; dealer to show you his styles of .
order to do this he arranged a '
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dragon to protest. And what terrlble
He should have
I Diamond Brand Shoes.
FARRIOR of quadrangular cage, or' box, cataclysm would happen If Son- I
i: ;:HUGH over the bottom of which he deposited ..'. exciting compositions wen them in all grades at all prices, for men I

', jkV' ]1DEIVTIST. a cloth. Thia he put orer the hire *.*
:: p1 18dJn'the'orchid house r
,r, in the manner of a roof arrange*d! .-:.- ,as well as f for women and children. 'I
: I ,, Crown and Bridge Work, a Specialty. just over the chamber where the beet WOT A soss.Ybu JJt4MON/)8//AND ,' :

y. .:'''' ALL WORK GUARANTEED were busiest Then he"put two doc-. '

r" .- .omce" over Chlpley State Bank. en eggs oyer the doth, protecting I '* shouldn't call me a faeV : *. *-co JHOENAtf'EHV _

.-- them from contact with the air aid Mr. WardheeL '
bj _
: W
1, :}'' i ,:, The New York World flannel wrappings and let matten "But you are a leader and an an.tocrat OTHER HOUSE M THE WESJ

:,- Thrlce-a-week Eedltion. take their course. After the normal /
( incubator time for watching had "Maybe. But a boss is a man who
:: :o:-
f The Thrlce-a week World hopes to be elapsed he found that he had makes people work. My specialty ii

; In 1008 a better paper than, It has ever,, hatched eighteen chickens from showing anybody I take an interest FARQUHAR 'MACHINERY CO. I

frl. I .been before and it has made Its arrange- twenty-four eggs. The experiment !in,how to live easy." 431 B. Day Street.JACKSONVIL.L. ;

meats accordingly. Jts news service coy was repeated with equal success, and J F, L.ORIDA. :
era the entire globe, and It reports everything then he arranged each beehive with Mr. W, Gunselus, a farmer. living near I
t fully, promptly and accurately It ; flowing Pa., says he has- used Chamber! Largest stock of Machineryin
's 1 la the only paper, not a dally, which la aa a cage. He finds that, on the ate,. Iain's Collo Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Florida for 'saw mills and I
--Y Rood aa a dally, and which,will keep yon age, he succeeds better with a hundred In his family for fourteen years,and that : ,
:5 J aa completely Informed of what la "happening eggs hatched in this mama''"t be baa found It to be an-excellent remedy. planing mills.EARQUHAR. .I

i '.Mir throughout the world. with the connivance of, a dozen hens. and takes pleasure in recommending it. MACHINERY I
The Thrlce-a week.World la fair In Ita i Foe sole by All Dealers.
political report You can get the troth has been built for 57 years; f
from Ita columns, whethejr you are a RepUblican MUSHY. more built today than any oth
or Democrat, and that la what I SERIOUS ,HOLDUPThe
Let tell
'er. us why.
Falr-Widow-Why .ttii you
1 son want. is it that I'
" 'A speolal feature. of the. Tbrlce-a-weclt always say a man "p1DMtor a'woman : Send for catalog and price.
\ World has always been Its serial fiction S
publishes novels by the best authors In ;
Bachelor suppose if ..beoauai W. HAMILTON, M. L. DEKLE F. M. OOLSON.
: the world. nov a wblcn In- book form sell
for 11.50 apiece, and Its high standard. In pine is about the softest wood theJNis. President; Vice-President Cashier..

'. ), this respect will be maintained In the fut.. .
'"", ure as In Abe past First National Bank.

:,. .The Thrlce-a-week. World's regular A vast amount ot 111 health la due id Impaired .
't':, subscription price la only '1.00 per year digestion. Wbea the stomach falls MARII NNA FLA.
':'-i: ,. and this pays for 156 papers We offer to perform Its functions properly the whole
'':';. thin unequalled newspaper and The Ban system become. deranged, A few doses lot .5 '
aA, e. together for one year for $''M. The Obamberlalna Tablet la all you need Thf '"5 ,Capital 50000.00

regular subscription. price of the two pas wilt strengthen your digestion. Invigorate ,Solicit Accounts of Basks Corporations', Firms ass Individuals.
:,s, pare la S3.00. your liver regulate your ,bowels, entirety
twenty year. experience In the bankingbualncaa enablea us to offer
1- with that miserable feeling due
doing away you the beat banking' facilities of any bank in Weat Florida.. We alao have a'
to faulty digestion. Try It., :Many others
fully In
equipped SavingDepartment which we pay irtereat on deposit Ac-
,. \ have been permanently cured why not yu count by mall handled aa easily aa by personal interview.
.' I I I'i For sale by All Dealers. '! Send ua your bualncaa.
, j to writ br oar DOn dootial letter before plving I F. M. GOLSCm Caabier.
p1 ; for patent: it mar be worth money. Ij j ,
.- ;t' W.promptly obtaiir V.8.and ForeignPATENTS

..nd TRADE JAaSend 1' etnm IGN.: When the' Norwegian- steamahipi Lobster. -Young Shark1 was WANT
,, T I R 1l'uior.ey a model, .fit"y ?
'botoiuid w. tend aa IMMEDIATE Hercules;,, which arrived, from the held up last night. YOU 'OB tl
F'REE: : report on paUntabiUtWo II'h
Ute bra.t..Jtal. serrlca and adTioe, and oui Orient in Portland. Ore., the,other The Terrapin You don't say? a Better

charge are moderate. Try tu. day, was riding out a'storm in mid- The Lobster-Yes, a swordflsh ,

', i SWIFT & CO., ocean a big black. Chinese bear be" went through him. 'That question will be asked you almost daily by business men seeking: your
1-' I Patont Lawy0P9r' longing to the boatswain, who was ..rvtce.Jf'you qualify-take the Draughon ntng-and show ambition to rls,.
" Opp.U.S.Patent Of Washington, D.C. More BANKERS indorse,DRAUGHON'S Colleges than indorse all other business
.. bringing: it over ,to sell, tore down Were all medicines aa meritorious aa colleges COMBINED. 48 Colleges 18 Statee. International reputation.
the bars of the cage he occupied under > Chamberlains Collo Cholera and Diarrhoea TnMwrltlBf, ..._.. ,. Earllih Spelllar. ArltkaMtlo.. Letter WriMnr, KiulntM
Remedy the world would be much betrer Lew-rag: aailllary: "_e._ Good POSIT lONAOUAlW4iZBAunder rea.o0abl.conditions.
", the poop deck and proceeded to off and the percentage of suffering greatly Bookkeeping. Bookkeeper all over Horn Study. Thousands bankctis*'
enliven things. One of the mates Boott of the; United-State say that Draughon's ten bookkeepers, and stenographers are
-decreased rltel Lindsay Temple
ew System of Bookkeeping saves them holding: good positions as tho result ul
ventured into.the of the vessel
part Ind.. Kor: sale by All Dealers. from 23 to 50 per cent In work and worry. taking Draughon' Home Study
, where the bear" had: been imprisonedto SkortliasMl. Practically all U. 8. official CATALOGUE. For prices on lessons
ascertain the cause of the noise court reporter* write the System of BY MAIL write JNO F. DKAUGUOW,
MINE PONIES PftOTEOTEfX Shorthand Draughon College teach. President naahvlll, Tsnn. For free: ..catalogue .
he heard. At he set back near'tht
'" AT COLLEGE write
Whyf Because they know it I, the best.DHAUGHON'S on course ,
_" I cage the bear", standing on Iti In 1008 P A. Cox of began
, Ooete little. --nikka big money. Slmpleit ,.._.. England PRACTICAL BUSINESS COIJLEGK
:';, -:J1, hu..TOnnlra. II'S tU.IN THE TARO HES. a"'Q haunches, confronted him with open his enthusiastic labors'in behalf Jacksonville.FUu or Atlanta.Caw,or MoMl or Montgomery, Ala.
... .
d ill with wire cable drtv..wue'' atlMhjn -
I. ii t i-...... adjulluble idler Improved carriage mouth, lolling tongue and out. of the sadly ill-treated ponies of the
Ii.....* ....I... U quick acting and a time MTer. .. H. fled., The bear .
itoiJe4n all cue. portable. and."LIoD.r,. 'Itretchecl'annJ. coal mines. The lot of these 'poor, . . . .
"_ imrnliiii ....*. bolkn,hlmto mrrlilett wee. followed him to the deck but made
...... .. .. abused little creatures has been s
fmi'w' *) tf K,o4 Q t imlcT w >, WiH* (MMaUary
H_'_ 'r .". to overtake him. For th
a Tayiar Iraa Warks, Box 'Is. Ma*... Is.Wo no attempt sort of 'equine hell. Aa last there
next three the bear th : Neat Printing' :
days enjoyed has been won for .them by Mr. GDI

promptly obtain U. 8. and ForelirnMffMlTS freedom of the attempt and those who have been associated "

being made to capture him. He ascended with him a bill securing the folloW''* f Creates a good impression

the masts time and-again The
ing provisions ((1) numberingof
;Finally he fell asleep on the deck every animal on descending among, your correspondents
one day and was secured and lashed shaft. (2) No animal to be engaged '

;.. daaa model$Wt.hor OIlLTtoUon For free bookHowtoSflcureVnanr fcfreeroporton tightly to a stanchion by membtn c4 over or under a certain age : m and helps to give your bus- .

i PatenMand I nMUC-mMnlVQ ajtani/o wilt to* the crew and dragged back to his (8)) Limitation of hours of ponies'' t" A '. iness prestige.

cage. work. (4)) A meal midway,between ,

,to the allotted hours of work. (5)) Supply '
[ We do Neat! "
.. Printing ,
THEN OP SHE SMILED, of water for, every animal en' */
f -
driver to bj Prices.i *
wife gaged. ((6)) Every at Reasonable
I The refused a neehat
Opposite U. S. Patent Office young licensed.and registered and the tim
WASHINGTON D. C.r bitterly complained that ah
during which he is in 'of
j %rf"fcr1f-'VrXJ"\j' 'V"V" -"ytfj"aa"V' Xrai/if<'Br had a lot to put'up with. charge : Banner Job Office.
I :' _' ____ specified animal booked to him
,THERE'S A REASON!! 'Tea, replied her husband,'"an (7)' ) Every injury to a pony to 'be . . .
I I if you knew how little I have to pal
reported investigated and registered
I ,
with would not ask to
The Salesman-Plovers' up you me pal ''
'. eggs, (8)) 'Periodical examination of all '
. "
. madam Just.arriyed. up. for a new hstmFLYlI4lia
animals by veterinary'surgeons: appointed Advise
. ... The Customer-Bather. small by government and invested Physicians

, aren't they? FALL with plenary powers.-Dumb, Ani the use of a coodlazativ. to keep the boWels open and prevent the poison of undigested
The Salesman-Just a.trifle, mad- victim to stomach, Iprar and kidney trout mall. food from eattlnglnta your systom.
lee othrr people, result Th latest product of silence Is VELVO Laxative Llrr Syrup, purely vegetable gentle;
I sun owing to the coal strike:-Lon same -
; reliable of
and '
ploasant.. aromatic .
backache .headache tact* Velvo acts on the liver as well aa on the
Iii lose ol awrvona
don Sketch. .- stomach and bowels, and Uof th* created poaslbl! efficacy In eocatSpaUun, (Indigestion
and tired,llatlea run doves 'feeling. TUB TRIALS OK A TBAVE1JCR. lltousoeas, sick headache feyertshneaa collcJlftuIace. Try Vfll
But ibere'a DO use to feel like that ale T. D 1 am a traveling .salesman writes K.: E.
HIS TRADE, Peebles,Henry.:Teno.proved.. Biz bottles Young, J:. Berkshire VI.. and was often
of Electric l&t.erI"who writes did nor to I troubled with constipation.. Indigestion LAXATIVE
The man passing, over tfeee. .& five .e oW Itrength and appetite than all ,till I began tone*Dr.KliiK'aNAwtifa' Fills
such a Umeserveri, -rfl other stomach remedies 1 naed.- Tier help 'whleh 1 have Sound aa excellent, rmedy. VELVO
t everybody It* folly to suffer when this remedy -
despise,that kindNo / For alllI&omacb.llv..r or kidney troubles
." reason to despise him. Ht will help yon from first does., ;try It)only .there I* nothing better Calf Soo at B. ,:K.McOeaoby. :. LIVER'SYRUP
too at B B UcCkachy.. : ,
is such good clockmakar/ 'I
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,;., ," l Pale Faces r ,
'I Man Who Does Things Against HI*' -

;' ,:,.' Directory. Mortal Pours Deserves Medal I,
,'' M., E. Church, South.-Preaching every for Bravery. and
I. st. and 8rd Sunday at 11 .. m. and 8 p. m. Pale-faced weak JOBH
/ 1* II. Ohapoelle, Pastor. Shaky women-who Suffer
Shoat A. A. WhIpple, who was In the every day' with womanly '

;'. : Layer Meeting Thursday nights. I real estate buelnesa in Kansas City weakness-need the help

,, I,tI ',. ., Young Men's prayer meeting Tai' 'day ,when Ninth and Grand avenue prop oj a gentle tonic with
..,/t.'l' ", J, : ." nights.. Everybody cordially InT.-4 erty: was listed aa suburban is regarded *1 building action on the :: "

';'Jit : ,, (, .: Baptist Ch'ur' Preachli u as a hero by his personal' womanlysystem. "If you are
';;. ,> J't.f; ,': ., ,of a. (4th Sunday Rev. Bart ,. <"- Friends. In assuming this attitude weak-you need Cardui, H "-
l ,, .. .
'.. -kU .k
?,:t ; Sabbath School 10 a. m., / the woman's tonic,because
,,. '.< ',.' Saperlnteneant. they take the ground that any, man. ..
:.W\ .J! Prayer. Meeting Wednosi'ry' ..'&A.C.PoMoffl who will go-ahead and do a.thing : Cardul will act directly on "
',., '"< \ the cause ofyour trouble.
IJ,. 'WIt.1'. his most mortal lean is deterring ::' -
ft' tJ ..," '\.. ; ., igainst i Cardui has. a record of ; :' :
1.! ,.i r: Directory. of medal the size! .. '
; ; :' a Carnegie more than 50 : of Creates good impres
Office bours7:8a. m. to 7:00: p m.; except years ..
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t''>>:",',:.yi r ''.\' Su da/vs, it a dinner plate.'The thing in question success. It must be-good. ,, 4 '
I''Y ,1'\\:, I, East-bound mall closes at 10:20 a.m ia the making of publio speeches., v' sion among. your cor..,

fi. ': f.. Welt- ound mall closes at 5:10 p.m. "I regard Invitation to make :....,-
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./.'" ,,<":': '11> '. Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 s. respondents and4 helpsvto. -, '
!!iI1''IZ'.:' .>. r .., .' and leaves!!on arrival! of the. east boundf. in after-dinner talk as a challenge, ''CAflDO1The \ '.' '

.. [!{" ," mall.-' Mr.: Whipple said one day. "I argue, give your business' ,., .
," Sunday hours: 11:30 m., to 12:30 p. m.. this way: My friend Blank believe.: ." .'
,I '! Money Orders Issued at all hours when '
I ;:;:n., office Is open., except, Sundays.J" ( am afraid to face a crowd and I prestige.We .
u .y' J P HCHELL P.M: make, a speech] he doubts my per- WomarVo Tonic, H .

,.,',rc F'' tonal; courage. Now if up to mod '. .,
'-.. .;.,\: Oar Clubbing L.d. to show Blank I'm' a better' man Mrs. Effie. Graham ofWllw& ,

,. EUNNBB: and Semi-weekly Atlanta than he takes me to be. If my.knees !.. Ky. .. says: "1

1"4 s Journal. I.ler! year$1.75. tremble and knock together I shall was so,; weak, I could Do Neat Printing
'. BVL.Nirxa and Thrice s-week New York
h suffered .
hardly go.i .
W.ft5.. lean against, the table so he will
: World, ;def year
nearly month,
every t---
BA.NNKB: and Semi-weekly Tlmes-Un- never know. I am in some respects; : Prices.
When I.
;. began to At Reasonable
,. Citizen, $1.60.
+ n and per year like the soldier. who was charging
|,take Cardui my back hurt .
and Home and Farm, year ,
g1.2a.r' BAKNXB. : with the rest of his regiment tip the awfully. I only weighed :-

heights of Vicksburg but so soaredhe 99 pounds. Not long after: ". .

looked like. a ghost.. A, comrade 11 weighed 115. Now, iI '
: ';:," ,,, '. ;' QcncraljDlrcciory.;;;: next to him was unafraid and even do. all my' work, and am : :

'; ", $TATEOFFIUXALS. railed at tha-'torrents of grape shot In good. health." Begin : .. Give, 'us your next ordW: ,.; >. '
taking Cardui ." -" '
; .. Governor-Alber W. Qllchrlst. that swept the ranks. The comrade, today. '.

Secretary of StatH Clay, Crawford. noticing his friend's plight, turnedto and we will give you perfect . ,"
w Attorney. General-!! Park; Trammell. him and said with A sneer ; thus ''
j- : satisfaction, "
'' ,
,p, Com AKrlcu.lture-W. A. McRae. 'Coward I' r

Treasurer-J. C. Lunlng. ''Coward yourself retorted the LOGICIAN making:, you one of' our ':' .

'i:', Supt. Public Instruction- W. M Hollo- frightened soldier. 'Old man, if you .
c' '
way.7't were one-tenth as scared as I am, regular customers.

Comptroller, -Wm V.Kgott., rou'd have broken. ranks and run

';, R t'- Supreme Court Thos. M. Shack lelord,, long ago.'"Kansas City Journal.One i, -
? Chief Justice: ti. H. Mabrv. Cler*.

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u : ;: Railroad Commlssfon R. Hudson Burr,, aomtnon ailments' II ,
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I, y4"; Chairman; R. C. Dunn; Clerk. of that r, .
n Judges ninth- Judicial clrcult-W.-,. hard working people. are afflicted with Is THE : .
lame back. Apply Chamberlains Liniment { ,
Price, MarlannaState 1F .-...... : ..
twice a day and message the parts thoroughly ,
+. Solicitor ninth Judicial circuitL. C "
: ; at each application and you will get ,
'"J 'J Wilson. quick relief for sale by All Dealers.

Gainesville, Fla.
H. 9. Chubb, Register

.t.',;, Shields Warren.. Receiver Gainesville. Atlantic City Operator Telephone Chipley Fla.

----:- Physician, That She Has Been f A ,
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';: '. ., Circuit Clerk-:.W.: C. Lockey, Vernon. lL" o
... ,( OountJJnd"e--o.OroekerVernon' Not until they heard a fellow- ,i *X .:. ,., . (
i" '-;.} Sheriff-O. Ct. Allen Chlpley. worker ask her family physician at .

+ ; 5 qty 'raalurar-B. B.'Tiller, Vernon. the telephone to come to her aid the .

1 J s_A'I "', fax AI"sBor-J.J. Williams, Chlpley. other day did several other young ReginaldYou love mar I, know.Yirgini .
a ',1':1:' rJff1'a&s Collector-W. JI. Gainer Kconhna: in the 1, -A.nd how do you know High Class Saw Mill Machinery.
women operators telephone exchange <
(.J ;. ,.' Supt Public Ihitructlon-B. F" Gainer,
? !. :...r.W&IUlal- ; at Atlantic City learn that Beginald-Why,;yqu; there'ora. ,. We carry atour new warehouse, 408
,,:.. Supervisor of Rejrlatra.tlon.1.. M. she had been stricken blind when Km. in love. All the world and 410 East Bay St., a large stock of
Simmons, Greenhead. seated alongside them. "I've gone loves a lover, and you are all in this Portable and Stationary Engines/ ; Locomotive -
!: and Horizontal Return Flue
I : '
j County f'ollcltorA. D. C.a.rmlcbael. blind, doctor; won't you come to world to me. Boilers; Saw-Mills Planers Edgera,
'1' Chlpley ,- t t Saws Belting and Mill Supplies also
:. me P This is Miss Hiltner one of ? ;
;, .'s' County Surveyor-Thos. Volllns, Cary at engine and saw-mill repairs. We also
1'\\61 oared diarrhoea by" one 'dose or 1
y -' ''*'' vllle Fla .the.other operators heard her com handle the celebrated line of HUSTLER.TAYLOR.VANCE.AMRER
Chamberlains colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
.,' The had been t l' ,
panion girl un -
Commissioners say. I IP" i
County : :
Remedy, writes M. i&; Oebbardt? Orloe, ICAN and DELOACH Saw
'._, .. J. T. Hlghtower, Chairman, Vernon able to see for several minutes and Nberejs nothing better. For sale by. LEFFEL, TAYLOR MllIltERIE and
<; A. C. Gilbert Chlpley. when she realized: the extent of her All Dealers. SOUTHERN Engines and Boilers, PERKINS Shingle: ,Mill Machinery. Special <<-'
i. S. L. Davis Wausau affliction "plugged in" on the -.- Stave Machinery'' for Turpentine Plants. ,
1, ,- J. H. Porter Mlllvllle. STUDY COLORED RAIN. Large.stock carried for immediate Shipment. Get our prices before buying.
j" "f iwitchboard in front of which she
'; U. F. Gnnn, Santa Rosa. We.can save you money. A postal will bring our Traveler.
*', had been working and established a Write for literature covering your special requirements.
School Board!
The shower of black rain in '
'" G. B. Bush Chairman, Orange Hill connection with the home of' the which has been : MIalsby Machinery Co. '
doctor. As she disconnectedthe ocupy
S. J. Gainer. St. Andrew. family
4pS &:.410.B.. tlay St. Jacksonville Florida
the attention of the
W. F. RUSH, Vernon. ing Meteorological
plugs after communicating with .
Lens pltno .
Is not without Telephone No. BS7Herers -* .
society, precedent
the latter, the woman stoodup
4' r CHIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS. and tried to' walk across the In November, 1810, ink-black rain
Mayor-A, D. Campbell. fell steadily for several hours in
anhllol-Jobn Roberts room. She fell fainting.Several 'New and at twice during Good'
fan York least a Slpgan for
other operators to her assistance.
,1 Cleric' and Treasurer-W. W, Cook. y
the last similar .
61' Council-VY. O. Butler, Jr. chairman, She was revived, but refused to be century a phe- .''.

A. D,' Carmlchael. A. A, Myfirs, C. E.Tharp. taken to a hospital and ii.tfi. ted'upon nomenon has,been observed. in, Eng Better
and :
i .,J. R. McGeachy, returning to her home so she:'might< land.Bed Bigger
rain is fairly common, and .
be there when the physician arrived. in May, 188lS,..there was a heavy fall ,.e"..,.'.&, ".."."",."

of blood red hail at. Castlewellan. DON'T BLOCK THE WAY: !

V The Banner BABY'S-WEIGHT. The red hue.was not merely on the r ,

.. ,. Children vary greatly in weight at Iota surface the; when, one squeezed the stained pel. Move as fast- as the procession-or move out.: Take the
fingers were deeply '
1 birth. The average weight ia seven -London,, Chronicle. pac ofrbe company<<.. you are in or make% .,'*'foj.;,the man
Fla. but often .
Chipley, I pounds, a newly born baby behind
: to be nine :
proves or even ten pounds. ,

; "' for the of ,,- During the first week little or no ARE EVER AT WAR.
Upbuilding -
: ; 4Stands:
r ; increase in weight occurs. There i ia is There are Vwo things everlastingly at war Don't stand-in-: the dew ideas., Don't, the
I! : ::1i joy and piles, But:UuokJen's Arniba Salve
i'f.\: ). {.1L' ,' loss during the first three days anda path of better
Chlpjey will\ banish It subdues systeD1oJon't settle down Cn' the ladder of
piles the ?
Itching ;
M:,.;, '. ; i ,..: '.,.. gain for the next few days, so that
irritation, Carnation
swelling It
a r"'> or gives success. Don't he a barnacle the
on ship of
::1 ,;'1 ;: :(' WashIngton County. at the end of the week the child :omfort.. invites joy. Great healer or burns pregress.

;r-'K; 1i1: weighs about the same as it did at bails uloees. outs, bruises,eczema, wards, ,
rt '' "'.\>"wt. '' Florida ,birth., pimples skin eruptions.\ Only 2flo ut,S.B.MoUeachy Change. .:means progress. Progress meausadvancement
\'lli"I: -> Xnd .
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:: !...' r;. ;: :-, ,
'. J',." ,,,,,,' .....,.'f'.: ,'_ ,_ : Indigestion .will have a,serious effect .

-.c, 'e on a baby's development, and if 6O YEARS* Advancement means movement.. MOVH tDON'T ti !t'I
- "I"I' Per Year. the weight dereasea, after the first ...
-.f"1: \(:;. .: : EXPERIENCE I .
.' week a doctor should be called. BLOCK WAY -
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[__ IL I"p'. }iI--: : ::;/'{': :', We make a Specialty.: / 1 ADI AN: KILLED ON TRACK. \
c',""'", ." / Near Rochelle II. an Indian went to sleep I
W'.... "' ,. :i .Neat. on a railroad track and was killed ,by the
iI.r;;,." ., ',' fast express- He paid for his carelessnesswith TRADE DCSION MARKS CURTIS L., JONES A D.. \flABMICHAEL
;t.." '< ,'.. Artistic, Ma life. Often its that way when pea . COPYRIGHTS Ac. .
'IIt ':.... ... pie. neglect ooafcha and colds. Don't risk Anyone. .. umatng a.ket eti and dcrartptlnn nunqnloklT Notary Public State at Large. Attorney at Law.
t. : .....':. '.?'., Commies, ctal Panting: your Ufa when prompt use of Dr Kings New Invention uoartain!. probably our pjttentAM opinion fra*, *Corominitam.whether M i O&.CollecUons a Bpeeialty.Chipley.
'! ,., ,, Discovery will cure them and so prevent a MnI: troiotifconea,t't..u/to'N301It OQ PIIteJIta All business entrusted to ,.FlaJ :
.:o ,. : .'. I dangerous throat and lung trouble. It completely Patent.. tokvn through. Mann /.
tf al nottct without cured me In a short time of a terri-

: The Banner ble cough that fallowed an an attack of Scientific, Jfmricati.A attention. Fees reasonable.

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.. .. ,' f $ '. I regained 15 pounds weight that I had of:nf>d ntlda ioarnal .rm.,3s Can be found at Post Office, '. I

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f, Notice, of Election.- with"Initiative the Secretary Petitions"of,State and shall not less be tb"n filed r- Notice of Election. -' ..........................

-- I four (4)) months proceeding the date o' I '-0- : .

WHEREA8, The legislature! of 1911, the election at which tbe measure 80 I To the Sheriff of Washington County,
be voted and. aU
under the Constitution of 1885. of the proposed are to upon, of of the State of Florida:
submitted under the
I State. of Florida, did pass three Join the petitions Referendum shall be known power as "R f- Be It Known, That I. n CI.AY CRAW- i Wire Fence' I
, Hebolutlons proposing amendments to erendum Petitions", and shall be filed : roai Secretary of Btateof the State ofFlorlda .
the Constitution of the State of Florida with the Secretary of State not more do hereby give,notice that a
and the same were agreed to by a vote than after the final ad-
sixty ((00)) days General election
i three-Ufths of all the members elected to of the session of the Lenlslat : .1
each house; that the votes on said Joint journment Will be bold In Washington Count.T.J3tate .
which shall have the '
ure, passed measure of Florida on Tuesday next sun edlnlt
were entered uuon their rosppctlve ,
which the referendum la ,
to applied the first Monday Jn.November, A. P.1913. :..AD
Journals, with the and
yeas the of Referendum Petition I r
tiling a the said Tuesday being the ...
nays thereon, and they did determine I
against any Item or section of any act, or '
and direct that the said Joint Resolutions fifth of NovertuberFor I
, resolution, shall not prevent the remain- Day u
be submitted to the-eloctore of the der of such measure from becoming effective sis ((6) Presidential Electors. 9' ,
Stat at the General Election tn November For one Representative from the State ol I ,
1913. ; Florida at large In the SixtythirdCongress 10e

NOW, THEREFORE, I, It. CLAY CRAWFORD Oonst Any prop or under. thetInitia- of the UnIted States. It u'J
Secretary of State:! of the State. of For one Representative of the 3rd Congressional ,
and to which the Referendum -
Florida tlve any measure District of Florida, In the \\11 I
do hereby Rive notice that a Is applied shall be referred to a 61 I .
Sixty-third" Congress of the United
General Election vote of the qualified electors of the State States. 4i :$:i i"
will be held in Florida and shall become law when ;
In each county on a approvedby For Governor of the State of Florida .
Tuesday next succeeding the IJII/st Monday a majority of the votes cast thereon, For! Secretary of :State: of the State of 4ia .
in November, A. 1) 1912, the said and upon proclamation of, tbe Governor; Florida. IDJI .
Tuesday being the and not otherwise; For Attorney General of tbe State: of 4. ,,
Fifth Day of INoverttber- ((7)' The veto power Of the Governor !

for the ratification or rejection of the shall not extend to the Initiative Referendum For Comptroller of the State of Florida.For _._ .w......"... --... .-.......----.....-----
i said Joint Resolutions proposing amendments measures approved by a majorIty Treasurer of the mate of Florida.
to.the Constitution of the State. of of the qualified electors; For! Superintendent of Public Instructionof e', h
Florida! viz: ((8) The reservation of the power of the the State-of Florida.
Initiative and Referendum In this Artl For Commissioner Agriculture/ of the. : Just 'a. word Farmers and Fence Builders! :
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an cle shall not deprive .the Legislature of State. of Florida.
Amendment to Article V of the Constl. the right to repeal any law, propose or For! one Justice of the Supreme Court of
tutlon of the Stato of Florida! Relativeto pass any measure, which be consistent .tbe State of Florida.
tho Judiciary Department with the Constitution mar the !Stat For one Railroad Commissioner for the CsfrSj Having made a deal for Ten Car Loads :

and of the United States; State of Florida. ,
Bolt Resolved
by the Legislature of the
/State of Florida: ((9)provisions The Legislature tor shall Into make effect suitable the- For Stats Senator:of! the State for ot 25th Florida.For Sl'natorlalDI8..rlc.'t H of the Best American Steel Wire Fence, wee e

That the following amendment to Article carrying '
one Member of the HOUKO of Representatives -
of this &Section.
V of the Constitution of the State. of provisions :
of the State of "Florida"
Florida relative to the Judiciary Department That. Section Sixteen(16) of said Article !. For County Judge. are in position to make you better prices
to be numbered Section 43 of salt Three (3) shall be amended so as tread For! Sheriff. '
Article'V, be and the same 'is hereby; aa follows: For Clerk of the Circuit Court. -- : :
agreed to,and shall be submitted to the Section 10. Each law enacted, whether For Prosecuting Attorney.For 0 than ever before. .
electors of the State" at the general elec-- by the Legislature or by the people County Assessor of.Taxes.. ,
tlon to be held on the first Tuesday afterthe under the Initiative shall embrace but For! Tax Collector. $
first Monday In November A. IX 1913, one subject and matter properly connected For County Treasurer. Be sure you see us before buying wireH
for ratification or rejection, to-wit: therewith, which subject shall be For County Superintendent of Public 0 $
Sec. 42. There shall he another Judgeof briefi expre8sed In the title, and no law Instruction '
the Circuit Court of Duval County In shall beamendedor revised to Its. till For County Surveyor.For elsewhere. It means money saved. :
. addition to the Circuit Judge the circuit only; but In such case the act, as revised, Five! County Commissioners. '
I In which said county Is situated. or section 8 amended, shall be reenacted For Three Members of the County.Boardof
Such additional Circuit Judgo shall be and published at length. Public.Instruction. Q -e
appointed by the Governor and confirm That Section Seventeen (17) of said Article For Justice of the Peace In and for the

by the Senate, and shall hold office for Three ((3) shall oe:, ,amended soas ,to following Justice Districts' viz: $ Hdw. eCi o e
six (6)) years,and shall receive the same<< read as follows: No. JTo. Na. No, No. No. Chipley ; .,
salary and allowance for expenses as other Section 17. Every bill passed by the .1 6 11 1621 20 '
Circuit Judges, but the same shall be Legislature shall be read by; Its title on 2 f 12 17 22 0 -e

paid general by revenue the County of said of Duval county out ileshal of the one-third its first reading of the In members either present House unless desireIt 4 3 8 9 13 14 18 10 23 24 ...................... .

have all the powers and perform all the I read by sections. Every bill shall bread 5 10 15 20 25 ,
-- -
duties that are or may bo provided or' three several days, unless two- For Constable In and for the following
on '
prescribed by the Constitution or by I IS"'lI.tu..e thirds of the members present when such Justice Districts viz: NOTICE FOR PUBLICATIQN. i NIAaww :
for Circuit Judges, and all statutes bill may be pending shall deem It expedient No No. No.: :Neo No. No. I Department of the Interior,

concerning Circuit Judges shall apply to dispense with this rule Every 1 0 11 21 26 U S.'Land Office at Oalne vllJe, Florida. ..
2 7
to him The distribution of the bus 12 17 22
bill shall be read bv its sections on its August 17, 1013.
ness of the Circuit Court of Duval County 3' 8 13 18 23
Its final
second reading and on
Notice la hereby given that James S. '
between the two Circuit Judges and 4 9 It 19 24
the allotment or of matters unless on Its second reading two-third t 10 '16.20 25 Brooks, of !Southport, Florida, who, on
of the members present In tha House Barber '
hoar June 24th loll made Homestead Shop.wwwwwwwwww
and cases to be ordered, Entry (
tried decldedl where such bill may be pending 'shal In Testimony Whereof. I have hereunto Serial No.08029, for Vfff of N Wtf Section .
decreed or be con-
with set hand and aillxed
deem It expedient to dispense this my
80. Township I 1 south, Uangel4 west, Tal ,
trolled or made when by the : ..''WWI
rule. The vote on the anal passage: of the Great Seal of tbe /State lanassoe ;
Judge of said Court who shall have. the Meridian, has hied notice of Intention -
every bill or joint resolution shall be taken (Seal.) of Florida, at Tallahassee,
to make Final CommutationProof
older co-nmisslon.Circuit In force at the time. by.yeas and nays, to be entered on the the Capital, this the twenty- to establish claim to the laud T/H. CALLAHAN Propr k
Such additional Judge shall reside Journal of each. House; Provided. That fourth day of August, A. i. abovo described, before the Clerk of the
In Duval County.A .
general revision of the entire law 1913.II.
any Circuit Court) V> Florida the
I at rnon. on '
embodied In any bill shall not be reqnir CLAY CRAWFORD 20th day of September; 1913.Claimant .I have just'pened a barbershop
JOINT RESOLUTION Proponing an sections its final Secretary of State
ed to be read by upon B. S.
Amendment to Article 12 of the Consti- To C. tf. ALLEN Sheriff names as wltnessks: in the Dekle old buildingotlcorner'
passage, and Its reading may be whollydispensed Washington Co. Smith, A. Morrell, F. K. Fulgham, T. F.
tution of the State!. of Florida Relativeto
: with two-thirds vote. A
by a
Tiller, all o! Southport. Florida.Henry! west of li'irst'Nat., Bank,
Education, to be Known as Section majority of the members present In each S. Chubb
17 of Said Article; Providing for the Issuance House shall be necessary to pass every NOTICE.In Register., and will appreciate a ah arc' ,of
of Bonds by Special Tax School bill or joint resolution. All bills or join ;
Districts, for .the Exclusive: Use of Public resolutions so paused shall be signed by; the Circuit Court., State of Florida, your barbering trade. I guarantee -
Free Schools Within" Such School the presiding officer of the respective Ninth" Judicial Circuit} Washington !
District and Authorizing/ tho Levy of a Houses and by the Secretary of the Senate County.--In. Chancery.B. State of Florida l to give you satisfaction, .
Tax to Create a Sinking Fund for the and tbe Clerk of the House of Repre E. Carter. Complainant, 1 Office of Secretary of State.ea f "
Payment of the Interest and Redemption sentatives. vs, > Notice '01 Election Shove Oct.: : H
of Such JJonds. I Pffle May Carter,.Defendant. )
Be It resolved by the'Legislature of the The votes cast In compliance! with said It appearing by affidavit appended to KNOW YE or That 01 I n. Clay Crawford, Hair Cut 2S&C. ,t
State of Florida
State Florida: and the canvass tbe bill flied In tbe above cause that Ef- Secretary the State '! "
That the following amendment to .Ar- declarations and 'returns thereof, shallbe lie May Carter, the defendant therein do hereby give notice that. a -
tide 12 of the Constitution of the Stateof subjected to the same regulations and named la a non-resident of .the State of Special Electionwill i k
Florida! to be known as Section 17 of restrictions as are provided by law for Florida, and. Is a resident ot Dotban be held in the county of Washington,
Said Article, be, and the same Is hereby general elections In the State of Florida.IN County of Houston State of Alabama, State of Florida, on the Third Tuesday R. F. SCARLETT:
agreed to, and submitted to the TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have over the age of twenty-one years: It Is,' In September, A, D.1912, the said Tues- .,
electors of the State at the next general hereunto set my hand and affix- therefore ordered that the said nonresident day being the
election of Representatives to be held In (Seal) ed the Great Seal of the State of defendant, be and Is hereby required Seventeenth Diy of September Notary Public.Real .
the year A. D. lIU2, for ratification or re- Florida at Tallahassee! thecapltolJ to appear to the bill of complaint tiled fore' State Senator of the State of FlorIda -
jection. this the twentv-flfth In the said cause on ,or before the 20th from the Twenty-fifth Senatorial
Sec. 17. The Legislature may providefor A. D. 1913. day of September A D. 1912 otherwise, district of said State composed of theCountlesof Estate JIan4 e4. ,/ ljw
CLAM bhe-allegatlons: of the said bill will he taken .
Special Tax School Districts, to Issue H; : CRAWFORD Washington and Calhoun to
bonds for-the exclusive use of public free Secretary of State.Advertise as confessed by tbe bald defendant.It fill the vacancy occasioned by the deathof Collections specialty. ,"y %
Is further ordered this order-
lIon. lluell Cook latellena..or from
schools such Tax ,
District within any Special of published once a week for four ((4) consecutive said District. Office in First National! yank,, :v
when ever a majority
the qualified electors, thereof who- are .--..oitllAA/11tti-t-. weeks In The Kander. a newspaper In Testimony Whereof 1
d ,
\ at.Chipley, County and have hereunto set hand, > !
freeholders, shall vote In favor of the issuance published my
State: and aillxed) the Great Seal of '
of such bonds. A.. \-V. \ TIT S
This, August 81s(, A. D. 1912 (Seal.) the State of Florida, at Tallahassee ,
Whenever anv such Special Tax SchoolDistrict : (Copy of seal:! l) W. C. LOCKET the Capital this the "
has voted in favor of'the' Issuance Clerk of Court. nineteenth day of August, Attorney and Counsellor attLawBonifay '
of such bonds, a tax not to exceed By S. A. Ilemphlll>eputy Clerk. A. D. 1912. .1'+

live mills on the dollar, In any one year, H. .CLAY CRAWFORD, ?ja.f 4 1.t:
on the taxable property within' the district -

levied voting In accordance for the issue with of law bonds providing shallbe In your local ,paper if Bring us your Job Work. To C.. G. Allen",S (erllf Secretary Washington of State.0. Office in Llndsey Building.. '

for the levying of taxes, to become a -ojCW" t, .J 1
fund for the payment of the Interest and' You want results now Pronlpt. personal serviceto

redemption of such: bonds." Saibara, IXwrserles. clients. \ "TA. r

ProposlnAmendments to Section One -
((1)), Sixteen (10)(\ and Seventeen (17) of -
Article Three ((3)) of the Constitution of I The advertising columns Satsuma Orange, Grape Fruit:, PecanAH McQuagge,.":
the State of Florida Relating to Legls- f. ;
tlye Authority of the /State of Florida Other Fruit, Ornamental and Shade Trees. ., ;.-
of absorb
Be It Resolved by the Legislature of theState are '
Public' '
of Florid! r Write for Illustrated Catalogue and Prices. Notary .. .

That the following Amendments to ing interest in this 1002 Van Antwerp Bid.?. ;

Section One ((1), Section Sixteen (l6) and Phone-Bell 3227, Moblley Ala. J.l E. Cailey, Af ent. State at Large.: -*
Section Seventeen ((17) as anlendedof Ar- age. There the public

ticle Three((3) of the Constitution of the I. H ______ __ ____________ ---- I w'of ; a
State of Florida! be. and they are hereby finds what it needs.
agreed to, and shall be proposed and submitted UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Florida State College For Women IRA A. HUTCHISON;;1.
to the electors of this State for Moreover, that enables -
approval or rejection at. the next general I GAINESVILLE TALLAHASSEE 'Attorney at Law. > /
election hereafter, that iff to sat i your publisher to A Superior But Inexpensive Institution for Arts Office at ', Pla!' ,
Section One (1) of said Article Three I College of and Science, Normal School, Vernon: ,
Florida Young Men. School of MuHlc. School of Art. School of Ezp,..
(3) shall be amended so,as to read as follows I,
Inn, School of Home Economic
give a better Four ,
: you paper JnlTernlty coUeirem extension.agricultural' 46 profeMura experiment and station aulat.: First class equipment throughout. Tuitionfree. Will practice in Circuit Courts'.ofFlorida f

Section 1. (1) The Legislative author It ant. 80 per cent Increase In attendance, last Other expense very low.' For Information and the Federal Courts. >
ity of this Stale: shall be vested In a Legislature your year. Attractlye'buildings. and campun. For address
, consisting of a Senate and -a catalogue address A, A. MURPMHEE. President. EDWARD CONRADI. PrctldtRf. .l t
House of Representatives, and shall- be -community a better TILLER.
STATE OF FLORIDA, but the people' reserve standing with the rea- '

laws! and to amendment themselves power to Constitution propose- ders.Sooner. .......................... DENTAL SURGEON' ,. I' ,, .
of the State, and to enact 'or reject Chipley Florida.
such laws and amendments at the polls
Independent of the Legislature, and also Excursion pares 1
reserve at their own option the power to f a J. Office over: First Na't'l'BMkT''J, .
approve or reject at thepolls any act, : From Chipley. '
Item, or section of any'act. or resolution or later result ': ..4M "
ot the Legislature' "

((2) The first power reserved by the will be forthcoming BO : Charleston. S. C.. and "Return, $12.75.National Orion Lodge, No.:WrF. ;;
Is the Initiative, and (20) .
people twenty .
Ordcr of Men.
Red On sale
meetingImproved September P
per centum of the legal voter shall have 4. A. M. ,
the right: to propose any legislative' 6f 7 and 8. Retnrn limit, September 1$. ..

measure, and twenty-live (25) per centum AdvertiseNotice 'Privilege of extension to October 10, on deposit of ticket and Regular Communlcafionsi'Seeceut
shall have .the right to propone -amendments payment Saturday and Fourth Frldy "i night In
to the Constitution -by petition, of fee of $1.00-not. later than September 15. each month.

I and every such petition-shall Include the : Visiting Brethern cordially invited.W.J .

full text of the measure so proposed; I ,Atlanta, Ga., and Return $11.10. :. TAYLORpW.:W.
oo-wer'reaerved Is" the '
Referendum((3), The second and It may be ordered, except Account Biennial Meeting: G. U. 0. O. F. On sate September W. W. JONES} Sec. s'.f' : *!:, .

as to laws necessary for the'Immediate .; 7,8 and_ 9. Return 11mlt,-September 21 t.. '. 'it. jii..j j jVV:
preservation of publixt peace. health .
and safety, either I by petition signed by to the Picture Loving .Public. Washington, D. C., and Return. $25.50. .. I. O. O. FV NOTICE.
twenty ((20) per contum of the legal votersor
by.the Legislature Owing to the greatly increased Account Nrtlonal Dental Association. On sale September Until further* notice "

(4) The percentage: of legal: voters uterest in'my KUDZU business 8 and 9. Return Unlit, September 16th. Chipley Lodge No.,36;

hereinbefore total. number stated of shall 1 be east based at the Past : I,* O. O. F.t will meet atO9pjn.;
the votes ?leas btudio will be closed from : J. D. KEEPER: Ticket Agent.
jlioneral-electlon for tho State officer receiving each Monday evening' _, '
the highest: number of votes.east August 5th to September 15th.C. J. W. LURTON D. P. A. ': By order of the Lodge.,1 ', {;:x "
at such election;
E. PLEAS E A. Ni ''

power(!i) All of the petition Initiative submitted shall be under known the as Cbipley, Fla. ............... .......... S. B. JrjusoN.-Secv; RATCUFFE- G'.


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: Home-Carter. ,

{,,,..1.',:\ ] Personal. [ A pretty, home-wedding occur- ] Town Topics. IT -: ..

',s red here Wednesday afternoon ,
,,.:,,:. MOST :1
r::' Schedule of when Miss Mary Home and Mr. Cotton has been coming In at a :

,,.',('t1;" 1.c. tfk St. A. Rollroocl, Paul Carter were united in marriage lively rate this week. .

',,:!;1'n.;'" Effectlv !March II, 1"1. at the home of the bride's The county commissionerswere ANY .

0' :,:' Train No. 1 TralnNo. 2 father Mr. R. C. Home. in session Monday '- '

.,.:. Going Sooth. station, Going North. The decoration was pretty and The board of education held BANK ', '
Lv. 11O Chipley 5:00 Ar. \
>.m. p.m. :
IlS3 a.m WautauUreeohead 4:87: p.m. the service was witnessed by a its usual monthly meeting: Mon- : :. .. ,, .
I $:0* p.m. 4:00: p.m. day. .. '
T'. .. S:00 Rlvonlde 8:54 p.m. ". large crowd of the friends of both ,:
'' .. p.m.. ,
., It: Vlckyburg 8:13 p.m. L. C. Gay was up from Lynn "
the'bride and
groom. .
; 1: Ar. 1:00: p.m. Bouthport 3:00 p.m. T/T. V'
y' Haven and spent a few days here business after fashion,\ when ; :.... ,
i borne was one of Chipley's this week. Can handle your a : ;
: '" -
A. L. Harrell was in town Sat- charming and accomplished r -

'. )"\- urday., ,young ladies, and Mr. Carter, ispromin'ent Attorney A. W.: Weeks was time'af good and money easy. When times ":'
.. over from Bonifav'and spent the '
: :. J. W, Bowen spent Monday at a young attorney at day'' here Wednesday. '
bard and tight feell l the'
you _
\..' Marian .are money
na. ,
,. ....
.")' Peputy Sheriff J. W. Williams .
'' > 'W. H. Fuller was up from tells us that they now have over need of a, business cohnectton with a ,

.. Vernon Saturday. WilliamsHorne.Miss twenty-five prisoners in tbe' jail I '\

Williams and Mr at Vernon, waiting'rial.: -- Reliable Bank
Blanche and
J. W. Wellmart of Panama City Big Strong I

,',.:," ,was in town Monday. Carey Home were united in marriage Sheriff Allen brought three -

Sunday afternoon at the prisoners up from Panama City t Do business and make credit
j' Dr. Dawkins of Vernon. was a Thursday afternoon and sent your your ,
Visitor here Tuesday. home of the bride's parents, Mr.
them onto jail at Vernon.
,-' and Mrs. J. W. Williams on good with,the strongest Bank in -
,G. M. Myers and wife were
up Your attention is called to the
south Sixth street Rev. McNeil
from still
the Tuesday.C. .
announcements of J. J. Pelt and
The .
officiating. ceremony was Washington County.The
: .), .,A. Grubbs was in from his witnessed the Immediate W.: W. Harvey who are candi- -. ','
only by
,I, \.... till near Wausau Tuesday. dates for Mayor an :Marshal. i
',.' family. .
T. F. Tiller came from Mrs.. W. W. Jones and daughter. :
up The date for the wedding had -
First National Bank
Miss Auralie are visiting,
,Southport and spent. Sunday. been set for.the 4th inst. but with .
her brother and family at
,.' ; ,I C. Johnson of Millers Ferry, thinking to escape a shower of Moore City, on East Bay, this of '

;"' .'. ., was one of the visitors here Friday rice they moved t date up two week. Chipley.
y but somehow the fact became .,
/ days; II. "
Cox and wife enroute from
Walter Pilcher made a business known. and when they. ar- Panama City to their home at

:':" trip down the B. C. this rived at the depot, enroute for a Quincy, stopped over here Fri- ......... o........4s...I..I..I..I..I..I.. .

:' week. trip to New Orleans rice in generous day and visited with J.. R. Mc-

I ,' Henry Farrior was up from quantity was awaitingihem Geachy and family. Rub-My-Tism will cure you. I I Rub-My-Tism will cure :you. '
{ :y: Southport a day or two first of Banner
The joins the numerous Jack Mills who has been at '
the week. :friends of Mr. and Mrs. Panama City for the past month, All kind, of Feed atWilliams I You can get more furniture,

Deputy Sheriff J. W. Williams Horne in tendering congratulations passed through Chipley Tuesday & Helton. the same money or-\ better furni-
enroute to Corpus Christie, Tex. for less at Chipley '
went to Southport after a prisoner ture money
and wish for
them a 10n2'and The Chipley! Hardware Co. is
where he
Monday. accepted a position. Furniture Co. _
happy life together. headquarters for Hardware. ,
I \' John Hanin passed this way' Conductor J. D. Campbell of Drop in and see how well' l our -
'. the B. C.'railroad is the right Get your fresh meats from
-: 1 Tuesday enroute from Lake City A Fatal Accident. man bargain counter is filled will
: /i i to Soutbport. in the right place: he is clever. Wells & Sharrpn. We sell it for ; you
\.I',! One of the saddest and most accommodating and, looks care- cash.B.' surely want something on it. '

;;. ,r' f June McGeacby was Up from distressingaccidents ever occur- fully atter the comfort of the pas- Missses Richardson. -
; )" -. l Panama City and spent Saturday sengers.John Campbell is good Blake & Co. have something
in this section '
ring happenedhere 5 6 doses 666 will break
:+,,,I \and Sunday. / anywhere you"put him and he of special interest to the ladies to or any
,Saturday morning about of Chills & Fever if acts s
numbers his friends by all those case ; on
in what it is.
offer step see
: ? C. C. Johnson was from the ;
"; up 9:30: o'clock when John to little who know him, or come. in con- the liver better than Calomel and
county site and spent a few hours
t here Friday. 10-year old son of Dr. and Mrs. tact with him. Absolutely fresh groceries and does not gripe or sicken. 25 cents

#' W. E. Cole man, was fatally burned Yielding tfie quick delivery is what you get
wishes of. his
Do flies and annoy
Dr. Miller and W. W. mosquitoes
"A Campbell -
from Williams& Helton.
by an explosion gasoline. friends in the District H. H.
\ were up from Vernon for a I you? then why don't you put
Notwithstanding all his clothingwas Wells.this week his
few hours Friday. Say, have you noticed our lOc screens in your doors and' win-
burned off and his flesh candidacy' for State Senator of
counter? Lots of useful articles
,: R. C., Home came up from the 25th District to fill the unex- dows., See Dunn-jCoiemari 'Co.
crisped, he lingered until about 'o_ n it. Campbell & Dekle Co. -
.' : Lynn Haven and spent several pired term of the late Buell Cook about it. '
:, this 3:30: o'clock in the afternoon.It the wear .,
; r days here week. necessity tor this election When 'you shoes that Wil-
." seems little John was trying arising from the special sessionof liams & Helton sell you are guar- Tee shoe that will last a long

James Jeffries and wife were to rid a small building in the the legislature called to meet anteed satisfaction.We time and is comfortable, is' the
: !la from the farm and spent a few
.. .t,;,:,: hours Friday afternoon. yard at his father's home of,rats, Octobet' 1st. can make you special prices shoe you want to buy. That's a.

and to do so, took a can of gaso- The B. C. and St. A. railroad is on clothing and shoes; come the kind of shoes we sell T. L. ,
/ J. W. Newton and wife of Mals .- line and poured some of it in the doing a fine business these days; see., Campbell & Dekle Co. Wells & Bro.
'c vern Ala., came in Saturday for
\o. ".... )ii ': a visit with their sons here. / holes where the rats ran, then increasing freight and all pasrenger the time It trafficis has 1
struck match and it with
a appied
\ Joe Hodge represented the comfortable passenger cars and handling Ice in Chipley again this season i

\ Chipley Furniture Co. at South- the result above stated. the traveling public is finding out appreciate your patronage and promise

port Monday and Tuesday. Little John was a bright manly that the B. C. is the quickes and I the same courteous treatment and prompt

little fellow and The Banner surest way to the Bay. ReceiverA. ICEOpen I have always given you beretafore.

NWU1 Pratt came up from South- joins with the many friends of D. Campbell and General Man- A. H. INowHn. '
port Friday afternoon and spent ager K. F. Scarlett look carefully
Dr.. and Mrs. Coleman in tender-
the week-end with his
family. after the details ot the management from 8 to 10 o'clock fennclayB.

it ': At J.-H. Smith and family- passed\ ing them sincerest sympathy. and the'road is prospering.;
r through town Tuesday enrouteto r They hope to put on a double All orders to be delivered must be receivednot

Candidate for' Mayor. daily service this winter. later than 4 o'clock
their home at Hinote... n from__ a. p. m. ,
triptothebay.n- / After carefully considering the earn ==
eat solicitation of numerous friends, I -
Mrs. C. L. Wilson and MrsV have decided to become a candidate for

J W. E. B. Smith of Marian na, attended Mayor of Chipley, and herewith an- .
nounce my candidacy for that position ....
.. the Horne-Carter wedding iiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiuiliiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimii ofnlfli
subject to the primary election to be u a
.. here'yesterday.' held September 16th, and I will appreciate r IS0.44. ,
your vote, and .influence In mv 900.00
Dr. Ambus Wells of Southport behalf. ldo :
is spending this week here with J. J. PELT.

bis parents and mingling with 'P' f
biB numerous friends. Candidate for City Marshal.
w -
Ny"Benjamin I herewith announce myself a candl )
Pipkin one of the \ ,
ate for Marshal of Chipley, subjectng -
;; .-'k''; /prosperous farmers living west : mysllt to the result of the primary
,, / of Holmes creek, was election to be held September 16th, and Ferial
p > f business here Friday.ti transactini assure you I will appreciate your vote
: and support.It 1
',-' '_ + elected, I will dispose or my grocery if
r business, and will five my whole Every lot .
'VX' CftBdttat for State Senate. time and attention to the affairs of the of material 'for
' ":"*"' Marshal's office, promising: you faith- ,.
Being urgently solicited byiel- ful and conscientious discharge of ev ? I Studebaker wagons

''.': ?:egrams, letters and otherwise ery duty'COnnected'W.therewith.W. HARVEY. : must pass the rigid f

.",;1',;: from leading Democrats, from all \" 1 searching test of the
.. '*/'.. sections ot the district I hereby Master's Sale. ., :, I I laboratories. -

.. announce myself candidate for By virtue of a decree of foreclosure
from the Circuit Court of Holtnoa .
election on the 17th day of September Florida! whernln.I. d. Pelt Is complainant county-, Physical and chemical tests discover

',' A. D. 1912 to succeed i McLaln and are N. W.defendants McLaln,, I and shall Charlotte'expose ; Inferior paint, varnish 'Iron, steel and

the late'Buell, Cook, as Senator for sale at public out-cry to the blithest wood. Material not up to a high standard never +
cash bludor within the '
legal hours of sale '
from tbe,2Sth'Senatorial District. before the Courthouse door In the townof becomes a part of a Studebaker wagon.

lionlfay, Holmes county, ( No scheme either for or against Monday, the 7th day of October. A. D. .
County division of Washington 1912. the following described real estate Let us tell, :you more
lying and being In the county of WashIngton -
county prompts my candidacy, and the county of Holmes!, Htate about the Studebaker-get M
of Florida, to-wit: The 8VVJf of NE# of ,,, acquainted with
'and I pledge, if elected, that I Hectlon 30. Township 3 north of Range :''. ,the
tl 13 west, In Washington county Florida, StudebaKer construction '
will take in the
no part matter, also the) following described land In
that issue having heretofore been Holmes at county the Northwest, Florida corner to-wit:ot Beginning Block- I before ;you buy any watfoh.DunnCoieman. Y &sh

'.v, fought.,, I shall simply represent J13 and running east along said block 154
yards, and thence Mouth 37 yards thence
the district in the special! terra of West 154 yards, and thence North 37 chiplr9 eFla.
'' V, yards to point of beginning, said land befog Company
,the Legislature for Oct. 1, 1902 InSection( .Townsolp 0, North of .

to the,best, of my ability. I am, Kange-14 West.Amoun' '
of decree 47700. Purchaser
Yours to for deed. A. G. McQUAGGG. '
very truly, pay. U. H. WELLS. General Manager,
H. H. WELLS. .-
'. ,__ Special Master.
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