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Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
September 12, 1912


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“The town that was built on a railroad,” Chipley is the seat of Washington County, located inland in Florida’s Panhandle, just south of the Alabama state line. First known as Orange, this small West Florida community was founded in 1882 in anticipation of the arrival of a railroad that would connect the farming area with markets in Pensacola and Tallahassee and in neighboring Alabama and Georgia. Shortly after the line was completed, Orange was renamed Chipley in honor of William D. Chipley, vice-president of the Pensacola and Atlantic Railroad, a notable figure in the political and economic history of the area and an aggressive lobbyist for railroad land grants. The town’s first newspaper, the Intelligencer, edited by J.C. Langley, also began in 1882. The Intelligencer was renamed the Chipley Banner in 1893 and published under this name until 1943, when it merged with the Washington County News.
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Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
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::1 Vow y .. Chipley; Washington County, Florida September 12th 19.2. No II _

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any market. Plums. .
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1 for Apalachicola 25c. Oysters, 3 cans Olives.Pimentos.. ". B. .Blake & Co. .

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am a candidate for Mayor of Chip-
I Being urgently solicited by tel- ley In the primary election to be held B. C. & Str A. Railroad

'F Hone ,1'73, egrams, letters and otherwise next to Monday.fill tnia important I.feel that position.I am competent andIf have made arrangements with :
from leading Democrats from all elected I will give the town a thor Tiller & Blackwell to run their
< sections of the district I hereby oughly business admlnatration boat in connection with'.the B., C. .;:;
The 'New Market I will appreciate your vote and sup- ''t
,.J : announce myself] a candidate for port in the primary.F.. train, and you can make prompt ;
election on the 17th day of Sep- B... CALLAWAY. connection for any point on,..the '.,"
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tember, A.Dr1912, to succeedthe For* Mayor
r Beef, Sausage,. Etc. ; late Buell Cook, as Senator After carefully considering the earn Going north this boat win observe
from the 25th Senatorial District. est solicitation: of numerous friends, I the followingschedule:
r CASH TALKS AT THE NEW MARKET' have decided to become a candidate for Leavo Mlllvillo 0:30: a.m.
No scheme either for or against Mayor of Chipley and herewith announce Leave Panama City 10:15;a.m.
'\- ... Ac haron.-: < I IVell. County division of Washington snbject my to the candidacy primary for''election that position to be Leave tit Andrew 11:00, a.uu ,
Leave Lynn Haven 13:10 p.m.
county prompts my candidacy, held September 16th and I will appreciate )
Arrive Houtbport' 12:30
and I pledge, if elected, that Iwill your vote, and Influence in my p.m.
1,. ..N....................l..i..o Nuo..OMo ouoeOuo N O take no part in the matter, behalf. .:J. :J. PELT. in Going waiting South on arrival, the boat of train.will, and' be

that issue having heretofore been r For Marshal theKJ will be no delay. '.
Registration Notice. Why buy a wagon and go off fought. I shall simply representthe I herewith announce myself a candidate R. F.,SCARLETT, ,r; '
for Marshal of Chipley, subject ,
& : ; ill keep the registration hoping you have got a good one. district in the special term of ing: mysilt to the result of the primary General Manager
open for registration at Buy.Studebaker's and the ques the Legislature for Oct. 1; 1902, election to be held September 16th and '
ice in the/court house, tion is settled Sold by Dunn- to the best of my ability. I am, and assure support.It you I. will appreciate"your vote Dr. T. G. Yates ',
J t days.t Fridays; and Saturcacti -, Coleman Co. Yours very truly, elected I will dispose or my grocery Eye Specialist, ,
4 week until the sec-: H.. WELLS. business, and will give my whole Will'be in Chipley at Dr. Wilson'''ls
time and attention to the affairs of the
[turday in October, from I I The Misses ihardsonI can Marshal's office promising you faithful office the First Tu ;sda'v'lit'October "

to 5 p. m.J. D. NIXON, I I please you in any kind of millinery Buggies-and harness for every cry'and duty conscientious connected therewith.W. discharge. of ev 1912. Consultation I.<; >'andexamination !' y\

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At Ch.tpley, Fla.WALTSA The Wausau Lumber Co. haa resumed *

work again, and everything: seemsto :
W. "0"88. Editor.Eat run smoothly.Saturday I" I Iu

rA at tile poctoffio at Chlpley.Fla.. ucos and Sunday morning was

.. *dto .*!!..atter.SUB6CBll"l'lON.__ real September and the nice rains are BOYS!. F "

helping all fall crops.
John W. William of Chtplev, was
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'IXMOHTHS,.....BOAdT shaking hands with friends here Fri- Come in by yourself or bring along I I

TZBSa KOJri'Tll8.......... .... .. .. .25 ,day from a passing train. ,
We are glad to say that Mrs. B. F. \ Dyer

ctUlB>rau.farnUhed on application. McKeithen of the Valley, who was real your mother, father, sister or broth' \

sick the past week, is now improving.
Communications on live topics especially -
of local Interest are solicited. It We ate Informed that Rev. T. W. i
understood oI\THB BAXTHKB,:however will not that be the responsible publish- Weaver and family moved to Vernon and take a look at our new a \

for opinion expressed by: correspondents. last week, taking the contents of the w" i!

with them.. '
-tn: BAxnrxB: wants a lire representative "Pony Sttits.
Boy". ,,
and correspondent at every postofflce We are glad to note that the aged

Ia-tb. county: and will make liberal ar Mrs. W. B. Jones, east of town, who -
raogeaaents with the rlstrt parties._ has been seriously ill, is now some- '
what improved; she is 84 years old. They are dandies, and we..have one
THUR.DA.Y, Sept. fit, 1913. ,
.. The series of meetings conductedhere .
-- the past week by Rev. Fred Hawkof
I to fit Remember too .
Hugh Sparkman editor The Chipley, closed Sunday. This was : you.- your opportunity i. .

indeed a good meeting with a numberof J. I
Jackson Leader, is giving: Mari-
additions to the church. :
anna and Jackson county a jam to get that ::1
absent from
Uncle Ben has been *
up good paper.According home this week at Vernon attendingthe .- i .. I i

.. meeting ot the school board: and SHetland )F o.1"1Y'.F"r': .:R>mrfuyS.mts \

statement issu conducting the teachers' exnmination;
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ed last week the sugar output of he says the examination was long and '..f\'.'*-. -.' ,v." \; 'i -.' .

tedious. '
Cuba for the 191112 season was "
We are sorry to note that Uncle Sam.

1850,473 tons. uel Robinson an aged farmer ''of the ) \

.. is sick Uncle Sam has
Valley, quite ;
& Dekle'
By a decisive majority LaFay- been in failing health for some time; Campbell Company.

in the "wet his friends entertain but little hope 6f _: ;t:)"
ette county vote( idry ; ;'

o.. dry" election held in that his recovery. :
:Misses Esther Miller, Ida Jeffries
county last Thursday. and Exa McQuagge teachers at this ,

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State of Florida 1 l lesat work caused a tired, wornoutfeeling. Notice ) Pel .
to PlctuTejLoyteg
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A special electiou will be held teacher at Bonnet Pond, spent' Saturday Office of Secretary of /State I f

in Fraak1hrcountv next Tuesdayto and Sunday with their parents at Notice of Election Doan's.Kidney A relative Pills advised and this a trial remedywas of Owing to the greatly incr ed I'

vote on a $20,000 bond issue Chipley and Bonifay. KNOW YE That of I. II. Clay Crawford. obtained at McGeachy &: Co'. iuterest in my KQ0ZU; bus sl
Wausau and Orange Hill crossed Secretary of State the State of b'lorldadohereby
for the construction of good roads give notlco that a drug store. It's use brought relief Pleas' btudio will closed n ;
bats on the Orange Hill diamond Sat .
fctpeclat Election'will from pain and soreness and acted as .a August 5th to September 1.|
urday, and the were interestingtoo.
bo held In the county of Washington tonic to the whole system..
The Atlantic Deeper Waterways The score In the forenoon was 12 State of Florida on the Third Tuesday C. E.. fEAs, b -
September( A. D. 1013, the said Tues- For sale by all dealers., Price 50 ,
BOclation which met in to 11 and in the afternoon 13 to 6, both Cbiple a.
day being the cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo
New, *Loedon/ Conn., last week, in favor of Wausau. Our team consisted Seventeenth Day of Septemberfor New York, sole agents for the United \ "
of log sawyers, log haulers, mill a State Senator of t.heStat.e/ of FlorIda Wells & SbarfSn, ,handle| ly
votAdjto hold-its\ 1913 convention hands and farmers, and proved a good District from of said the -State Twonty-fiCth, composed Senatorial of the States.Remember the nameJDoan'8andtake the very best meta,? sand 'si at

Jacksonville. team. They say the Orange Hill boys Counties of Washington and Calhoun to no other.. reasonable price ilof'casb.
.. treated them fair on the diamond and flll the vacancy occasioned by the deathof I .
lion. Uuell Cook, late /Senator from'
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nice dinner for them lor all 'i'j mj.
provided a ; said District. r
I&UacleiSam don't take-a band of Board of Public I Instruction of Washington ( la.
courtesies they return thanks. In Testimony Whereof 1 Report .. .:iGounF
imthai Mexican.' business before have hereunto set rov hand. I I'
---- and affixed the Oreat Seal of For Month Ending August 31st, 1912''
long)so me.of the.fighting Americans We ure the Washington (Seal.) the State of Florida, at Tallahassee Date. No, War. Towhompald. .""" t Amoui

will have to do so on their the Capital, this t.benlnet.eent.h Au c 1 By cash on hand brought forward........ ...... f 46
county to give considerationto day of August, 5 1800 J 0 Gainer, teacher at Sulphur Springs. ...:. 3500 f
own*nranbt>od"i A. D. 1912. B 1810- Bessie! Bowen, teacher at Parker ........... .i, 3000
nM the proposed amendments to II. CLAY CRAWFORD I S 1811 Inez G Martin teacher at White Oak. .. .. ... 85 00
... .. Secretary of State. .. .. .
the State constitution which 5 1813 Lula High tower, tdakher at Bradford. ; ". 3300
are To O. (1. Allen Sheriff Washington C. 5 181 Willie Ward teacher at West Bay.. .. I 3500 1 tI ;
In. the: election in Ohio last to be voted on at the general elec- .. 6 1814 II A White, teacher at Brock................ .. 4500 II'I
week the failed in their .. 5 1815 Grady Russ, teacher at Boutbslde........ .... + 3500
women tion in November. At least two Studebaker wagons-a car load .r 5 1810 Grace Page, teacher at Midway ...... .. .. .. V3SOO
eff of them-the one, referring to the of 'em-at the hardware store of 5 1818 Kate McMillan\ teacher at Tiller.......... ... 8000
iait1a.&iv .aJld.referendum amend issuing of special district school 1819 A L Ilardee teacher at Yates............. ..;, r 3500 ,
Dunn-Coleman Co. 5ft.. 1820 Bula Youn, teacher at Poly Branch ..... ...... 3000
iagAt4.taas; calried. by a good ma- bonds, and the initiative and referendum ". ft.S 1821 Esther Jones teacher at Riverside .........." .3000
jority. /5 1822 Esther Miller and assts. at Wausau. ..... _. r 13000 a I
-should pass. I' 15. 1223: Sexton Johnson teacher at Pleasant Grove.. 11000
.. Here at Home. ., 5 1824 0 L Long, teacher at St. Mary..... .... .., 65 00no
.. 5 1825 Rebecca Russ. teacher at Bt. Lake..... ... ; oo ; ,
' of Columbia Recommends Continental Casualty Co. II S 1820 T J Koulhac, teacher at Band IIIII... ... .... 3500 '
Chipley'Citizens Gladly Testifyand 'I a 1827: Pearl Gardner, teacher at New! Era.. .\. ., 8000
College.ajX This is to certity' that I have
Recommend ..
a series..of. lectures and addresses Confidently R 1829 Patience Koulhac. t.aacberat8t.Joe. ... ;..... ,'3501)
been carrying an Accident and Doan's Kidney Pills 'b 1830 Christine Patton teacher Clarkson ... .. :
bjj men prominent in s 1831 Lilia Roulhac, teacher at Anderson...... .. .. ". 25ou
Health Policy with the Continental It is testimony like the following that s 1833: Lizzie Singleton, teacher at Douglass ..,. aou;
professional. anA life to s 1833 O II Cone, teacher at Island Pond .... .. 25a1e 1
be delisrer.ed before its student Casualty Company for several has placed Doan's Kidney Pills so far 5 1834 Gertrude Steel teacher At Myers Still... .. ?.1" 30 no
: months and 1 have just received, above competleors.- When people right' 5 1835 Elsie McNeil), teocber at McNelll..a! ,+: 2500
body, and ''friends, during the fall here at home raise their valce.Ih prais 'to 5 1830 A I Richardson teacher at Pin'Flat .. .. .. .." 't 23J250(1*/
through,: their agents Pelt, Pit- 5 1837 Maud Loma, teacher at Seawrlght..... '; s
and winter. there Is no room left for doubt. Read 1838 B. F, Gainer, salary as Supt.i k:: 10000
cher & Adams, at Chipley, a the statement of a Chipley citlsen ftS 1831) U P Allen teacher at 8t Andrew.... .... .. .''f 290)1SOU
check for $22.66 for claim 11840 W F Russ per diem and Mileage.: ..... .. .. ..-? .
placed Mrs A. E. Helton, Chipley, Fla., 5 1841 B F Carter per diem and mileage..3' 'I 21 .j
'rbe-cotton"Crop. of the South about ten days ago, for 17 days says: "The public statement I gave 5 1843: Chlpley Banner printing report ..... ._..... 2 Oi

for the year ending August 31, sickness. three years ago recommending Doan's .". 5S 1844 1843 II Parian B Tiller Bros com.repairs as Liberty and book for ,l'' 2217HlH 2411 \

1912, according to a statement Kidney Pills was entirely correct andI II 5 1845 Ware Mercantile Co. Grand Lagoon.. .. 't'
consider in-
I the'policy a safe This 5 1840 1' J Apployard school Supplies ... .. ... .. 130
compiled by Secretary Hester of vestment. gladly confirm It. remedy has .. 5 1847 Grady Mercer teacher at Oak Hill. .. .. .. 350
the New Orleans cotton exchangewas never failed to give relief when we had Sept: 1 Cash, on hand to Bal.... ;....u. .. .. .. *.* 10.4804
16,130,420 bales. This ex- occasion to use it." I U.HT.ft.i d 0.46

ceeded the previous year by over Vernon Fla., Sept. 5, 1912. On May 2, 1908, Mrs.. Helton said; Sept. 1 'By amt. brought down... ... ...... .. ..".'.,:" ill, 4a
..- "A member of my family had a severe 1 Warrants outstanding.......... .....-..... 201x)
four million bales yet the money "' ....
attack of typhoid fever, which left his 1 Cash In Treasurers bands ?.. .. .i--
The District Registration Officers.
value $107,000,000 I ;
was kidneys disordered.. After that he was We hereby certify to the foregoing as being correct In retry teotar.
value of the total $810- '
crop was ;tlJit
230,764. The following district registration hardly ever free from backache and the Attest: B. F:Gainer, Sect'y and ()o.8opt. .J-
officers have been appointedfor
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The Confederate Veterans ot ington county. The books in

florida will bold a three-day reunion each precinct will be kept openat
least two days a week from the
in Lake City beginning October -
first in September to the
8th. At that time the mon- second Saturday in October.
ument which was recently erect- "Dlst. No. 1. Registration Officer.

ed at Olustee, to commemorate Dlst. No. 2. C. L. Nichols.
I Dlst. No. 3. Walter
the battle of Olustee will be' Pennlngton.
unveiled Dlst. No. 4. A. W. Gainer :j

with appropriate exercises Dist. No. 5. Chaa. Armstrong. Is reflected in the furniture of the] e,. F
under the auspices ot ,the Veterans Dlst. No. 6. S., A. Wesley.DUt. .
and the Daughters of the No. 7. J. T. Bowen. that
reason we want you to see o* sllsplay
Dist. No. 8. L. S. Armstrong.
Confederacy.The DUt. No. 9. Robert Nixon.
.. Dist. No. 10. O. C. Parker, sideboards, tables, china closets a4a other ding
Dlst. No. 11. G. W..Joonson.
Farmers Educational and Dist. No. 12.: J. M. Simmons. room turniture.

Co-operative Union at its meeting Dist. No. 13. P. N. Hutchison. ,
DUt. No. 14. T. F. Tiller.Dlst. They will prove to that h
in Chattanooga, Tenn., last No. 15. J..J. Cox. you Jean ?

week, adopted a legislative program Dist.Dist. No.No. 16.17. E.W.M.B Gray.Newman. furniture of taste; refinement and"' ] itlity wit i i't

and recommended it for DUt. No. 18. J. J. Kronmlller.Dlst. II Jl 1

consideration by the State Unions No. 19. W. G. Hlnson.Dlst. out haying to extravagantly tcCBipley 1
No. 20. II. L, Bowen. f
Among other'thinc, the program DUt. No. 21. J. S. MelTln.
favors the amendment of the Constitution Dist. No. 22. Robert Lambert.

so as to abolish the electoral DUt. No. 23. C. C. Mills. Furniture Cornpy

college, and the electionof Dlst No. 24. Henry Chestnut.
Dlst. No. 25. M. L. Harmon.
president, senators and supreme DUt. No. 26. James Yates, Sr. Railroad Street, Chipley. Fla.

judges by direct vote of Dist, No. 27. W. M. _Wllmon. fi ;

the people. It also favors incomeandgraduated.inheritance J. D. NIXON

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':i:!;:; Barber .+..... two Bohemian clerks bank In the of strong Prague; room Austria of the, I "

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Waiting. Wood Roods Are SL..k Of9oMe
of a provincial' bank, locked '
Than Tboaa of Uatas, ala0s MOl1'sr
the door upon them. A few minutes Z .

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could not Several lockamtths were

... ailed In, and though they worked
., "V, Everything Up to-Now. There .ti toot ata.* bMa head the whole day, they tailed to, unlock

, ," ." banding, ,, being ateoat by lightning d the door The Berlin firm who ..
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a were Prague but their endeavors were like
Massage, .1... 25c. $3 00.
.: ;;, ,c.; Hair Singe, .., .'.''. 2Sc, Of ttwee bnOrttngm ffSS had wootkes wise In vain at first. It was only after that ,will give the finishing .' 'S
., roofe. M wow. taetai.. SM vole''.abate en d thirty hours of toll and search that '

(;' : .' We ,SHcit Your Patronage. wvW not,, OBIVmiMtCX the spring was discovered, the door: touch to any costume. ., .
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'r. ." this whole 1- .. -.IF a row opened and the two prisoners released. .

;. .. ., I.' Very Resp ;I;'bjy: !' rodVted, 8KB worn no*. MIll OIl rare Daring their Imprisonment they had This is only one of our' new patterns. ,'

: W. D. sPetd! > Propr.HUGH not reporfepd.mow been fed with milk: supplied through Ask dealer show his of .. .
: : .>) ; tea ye***. ISM to SMt nags aa india'rubber tube slipped through your to you styles ,
:.:'..;' ': man .faroetigatora tooad that e'anbnf&AncPB aa airhole. Diamond Brand Shoes. He should have ,
': atiuuk?. VOK oovt of CIMWO.

". ... : FARRIOR, bang bard roof and M per .Mt of Courtesy.The them all grades, at all prices, for men .
'- tboaa Uartug ro\ note were. not .*.)
.-' : DEISTTIST. knowledge of courtesy and good
for and children.
on flra. as as women
,, : OIlIer weans uy fiat riak of ...... mannerr..U a very necessary study. .
:' : Crown and Bridge Work, a Specialty.. It Is, like-: grace and beauty that which
tags bong tItnck by lightning fl* .
... begets liking and an inclination to love '
r ALL,WORK: 'GUARANTEED. times greater ta the oouatry: them lathe one another at the first sight, and In 'a cOE C BRAND

'q.omce over Chipley State'Bank.. cttjr. Electricity: present In the very beginning of acquaintance; ,

,, York'World. an the and The In amount the atmosphere ta the atmosphere at- and, consequently, that which first ./f MAKE MOPE FINE SHOES THAN ANY J I''
The'New the door and Intromtts us to Instruct
varies ton time to ttae. bat opens OTHER ,HOUSE IN' THE tVEST
.. ourselves by, the examples of
becomes keels 'cIaJ'IIac aocallednetto mat
: ( Tbrke-a-week Eedition. others, and to give examples ourselves
tornta Theaa...* are ususI
: :- I if we have any worth taking
Ir accompanied by asuoral dtaptay
The Tbrlco-a week World hopes to be! notice of and communicating.-"Ceremony MACHINERY
and are often ootactdeat with .un- FARQUHAI2 CO. .
has of "Interview, Montaigne.
In 1908 a better paper than it ever IIIOtLIt
j I been before and it has made'Its arrangements ; baa been ftMttd that there to an 401 E. Bay Street

acc rd I npI; )'. Its news service cov BIMJW of negative electricity In the JACKSONVILL F>, L.OR1DA.
and doe stairs sweeping
the entire and I It reports every Running up n ,
era globe, of
orfaoa of the eatSk wad an OXO: M
and bending over making bed will not Largest stock of Machinery
thing fully, promptly and accurately. It poeitlve eteetrtottr ta the ataMaptkere.As
Is the only paper not a dally which is as like electrtolty repels and unlike make a woman healthy or beautiful. She in Florida for saw mills and
mutticetoutot doors, walk a mile or two
Rood aa a dally and :which,will keep von! I rtectrlcrty attracts It folios that : planing mills.EARQUHAR. -
c$ as completely Informed of what Is happening there Is a oonikant Interchange ortaovement every day and take Chamberlain' her '.."
to Improve r digestion regulate -
throughout the world
of the poattve electrtottyta
The Thrlc -a week World Is fair In Its 'the atr toward OM earth sad of thenegath. bowels. For ale by. All Dealers. has been built for 57a rears;

political reports. You can get the truth leetrleitr ta tn* earth tec
from Its columns, whether you are a Republlcan'or wad and Into the stmospb.t,. 'The Bargain Counter. I __. :: more built today tban'any.other. -

' til. Democrat, and that Is what I At UmMi tttte 'tm son .rk.d lid Herbert Sleath Cameron, the ..... Let us tell you.whytv-, .,,'; ,
you want. these is a Ttetbl eUxhargo ,MMI otloete > era adrertbmg expert said at aa adV Send for catalog and,price.\ t
A special feature of ihe Thrlce-a-weck extending: fate atatooplMi. lice vertteers''dinner in Chicago

World has always been Its serial fiction ouuBta on teasel* or firan dM bodies It ta better to give than to receive. .

It publishes novels bv.the best authors In of peraona tandlac aa axmatmrn tope, This' la especially true of bargains. W, HAMILTON M, L. DEKLB, F. MOOLSONPirst :-*, .
the world, novel whlen In book,form ell Just aa there te amuathiMMi between "Bargains' are superb things, but let President.. Vice-President .CAsh lor.'
for tl.50 apiece and Its high !standard In UM finger and a ptHy nortnc btt.brn ua always remember that the people 'i ",
this respect will bo maintained lathe- future Sbls brlQ dtoetaic U called who offer bargains get rich quicker '

as In the pas 8t. Baw/a fixa" On man went oat than those who take advantage of theM National Bank.

The Thrlce-a-week World's regular aa the wuwnlt of POaera PM with a '
subscription price Js only '1.00 per year rated umbrella dutiix a magnetic JMARIRNNA FLA. \\

and this para for lam papers. We offer storm aDd when be aam te aU M Ptoada for the Garita .
I this unequalled newspaper and The Ban wan ratetac lead. ''The J..Ioop.n Man Qaaetto urges] I Capital l 50000.00

er together for one year for 11.65. 'The Ttmdentamu will be .,.a.ra "i1'wh the cultivation of 'the gottar. "The ,. ., ..

regular subscription'price of,the two papers ror r there to a ngpadry rint cap cottar baa always been typical of the Solicits Accounts of, Banks, Corporations, Firms ana Individuals. ,

la 93 00. rent o< very motet atr. Way and bow troubadour ptrtt. and Its revival Our twenty years experience in the banking business enables us to offer '
we not know. W. do know: how night heraM a .return to the gentle you the best banking facilities of any bank in West Florida. We also have a I.
war. that nkototare ta WMkOjaaafjd! from chivalry of earlier tones." The fully equipped Saving Department In which we pay irtereat on deposits.. Ac-

:: water vapor upon mutate partlelMi ol writer Inslata that the guitar Is more counts by. mall. handled. easily a* by personal interview, ,.

[ l .-* aj ; CTV J dust and upon eleetrto.... W. know suitable than the piano aa aa accompaniment Send ua your. business. ,$.
our confidential letter before applying also that each drop of water, lace to the votoe; It, can be played F. M. COLSON, Cashier. 't
for patent;it may be worth money. or ever ao minutia baa a ,eoat1og ol Indoors or in the open afr with
We promptly obtain U.S.and ForeignPATENTS electricity upon its.urfac*. equally: good effect 'land on the river ," i,

Whonerw the Btrtaa of atoutiiUty the harpOke qoaBty of Its tone ta

In the air. do*' to OM eledri6e.tlce simply .-tnaac1ng.eI'IDOI'e, a WANT
and TRADE MARKS or etnrn! ENTIRE
tcrney. fee fiend model, sketch of the cloud ..... yfumtt UM. break I. large' variety of coraporittooa, grave YOU ? ..
or ... send an IMMEDIATEE the atr *... JOB
F { report on paten ILiJllity.' We glva Jne HrnK. way. Ii. and gay, gyMtiotifi and classical, arehilted
f the beat legal service and advic, and our tracked from faod to .art&. lib a to Ha atringa. Aa aa accompanying a Better 0 i
charges are moderate. Try us. plea of glen aa O.. bolt : instrument. ".. aoooenttonal- :

SWIFT & CO., ta bell by moat aeUntlate thaiODMttiiMa ly easy to play"Few That question will be asked you almost daily by business men seeking your :

Patent Lawyers at' Mast tho llrbIIgkhH. .services,if you qualify-take the Draughon Training-and show ambition to rise. ,
Opp. U.S.Patent OMC81 Waahlngton,D.C. la .aa oacfUatory dtaeharc. aad thai if any' medicine, have, met with More BANKERS: indorse DRAUGHON'S Colleges than Indorse all other Illness '
the .aetrletty paflsoa .!MIA ,up alit= the unlfoim success that htu attended the I colleges COMBINED. 48 Colleges in 18 States. International reputation.Ranktnr .
down.:. !: Trvewrltlnr Penmanship: Enfllnn Sprlllitir. Arithmetic. Letter Wrllingl::ueinerpLawr'Ekiia.xUlarybranehea .'
ueof Chamberlain' Colic Cholera and
: Good POSITIONS, GUARANTEED under reeonobloconditions.
We promptly obtain U. 8. and Foreign She distance of a flesh .. anpromt Diarrhoea :Remedy. The remarkable cures Bookkeeping. Bookkeepers all over Home Study. Thousands of hallkcas1- ;T
matoly aa many miles .. ot>e-atth'tbonmbw of oollo and diarrhoea which it baa etfect- the United States say that Draughon's hers, bookkeepers, and stenographers ate f
of aeeonda btwea Uw ...) ed In almost every neighborhood have New System of Bookkeeping saves them holding good positions as .the .rlumlfc o( 11

MiiNISDead tad the thunder.. given It a wide! reputation. For sale. by. from 25 to 50 per cent in work and worry. taking Draugh n's Home Study. -Ji'
b Shorthand. Practically U. S. offi CATALOGyE. For prices on .lessons,
________ merit All Dealer cal court reporters write the System of BY MAIL, write JNO. F. I)HAUOHOJ<, ,.Jj
should In
model tkeloU or photo oi tnvrntlon foe An article tbat.l1a1 real Shorthand Draughon Colleges teach. President, N (raareport oa mtentabtlltr. for free book time become popular. That such U the WhyF Because they know it ia the best. alogue on course ATCOEEEGE, write rDBAUGIIOlSeS -"
case with Chamberlain'. Cough Remedy Birds Appropriate Waapa' Nest. PRACTICAL BUSINESS COULEUU
baa been attested by many dealers. Here An unidentified, bird had captured '
Jacksonville.Fla. or Atlanta Ga.,or Mot+91. or Montgomery, AIn."
la'one of them. H.W. Heudrlokaon Oblo i the palm In neighborhood for a

o Falls, Ind., write."Coamberlaln' Cougn unique place In which to build Its neat ..

Remedy Is the best for cough' colds and It baa selected a wasps' nest at. the : . .. .. . .
croup, and Is my beat seller.'' For aale by gable end of a house In Lovely street
Opposite U. S. Patent Office'I All Dealer. and built Ita nest therein The nest ;

WASHINGTON la made of cotton batting, sticks and Neat Printing : '. '
en. grass. The wasps have been at workon
., -- Turning the'World Over. the'neat for several years and

.eM r ...-Travei of Two Cabs of Vttno. Wben. Archimedes hollered "Olv what they'will have to say when they Creates, a ,good inipresitn4? :
'I me a lever and I will lift and turn the
: could talk there are two : return and find their house occupied
stets of It which-pIII88 d through Hoxis- world over ho was only prophesying: : remains to be Been.-Baltimore American. among your correspondents
the coming: power of our Yankee etytaof .
toot the other day which .woold tel\ an .
ttitereatlng atory.Tbia adfertlBlngthat, la making the .._ and to busI .
whole world whirl round tour or ftralm helps give ,your -
'wine, consigned to a firm InQiltlmore
.* a day where It turned only once Boonomy .

whoa that, boat was Bank aboard Joat the.oat El of Galveston Sud- : year la.nld Chinese days. One 'thrift,. woman spent a day mess prestige. I ;4. ?
Three darning a pillow-Blip that wes a mass
two weeks
over the asks ago.picked upby ,tot ripe because, she explained. "IIwaa We do Neat Printing
ftays ago were Should Have Used Typewriter.Sir "
[ such to waste the hem.
,a pity
life aaver of the United State Henry mm.writIDl' effectually i'i f"i S
life laving station at Point Isabel, near concealed his meaning and' gay at Reasonable Prices.C.

Erownvrllle.' openings to watchful men. He one Matter of Duty. ,

The7 were brought to Brownsville wrote a letter of instant dismissal to Tbat which la called considering out Banner Job Off ee. ?
ana turned over to the St. Louis.Browncrille a subordinate, who with difficulty deciphered duty In a particular case, la very often

& Mexican: railroad. :J. A. It. and-uid It aa a tree pus nothing but endeavoring to explain t&W&7 . .. . .
_. Brown, general freight. agent of the to the Lyceum theater la London tot ; -
f Una ordered the goods shipped 'on to y are.

4 the firm to whom they were originally
consigned. The address.of this' firm BUCKED Diplomacy. '
'was tni visible on the cask and TUB: HKN WUO When wf decide to forgive our'enemlea Physicians Advise

I' *there'was no'mlstaktog, to" -whom'they lit bead large enterprlaei are, men of we generally begin with thou ,
the of the bowels and the of"undigested
: use a goodlaxatlve, to keep open prevent poisons
1 : should be'a at. The wine will be great energy. 8ucce. today demands who are bigger and stronger than ware. food from gettlnglnto your system. '

.'.- tuned o.oer'to_ tb} Morgan' line at health To all U to tall. Its utter folly for .-Chicago Record-Herald. The latest product' of science VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup,''purely vegetable, gentle
Oalveston'' Monday. a man to endure'weak, run down halt reliable and of a pleasant, aromatic taste. Velvo acts-on the Uver os well as- on the
There la some doubt existing in the alive condition when Electric Bitter wll NEVER stomach and bowels, and Is of the greatest possible efficacy In constipatlon,' lgestion.
mind of railroad officials a* to whom put him ricb'on bl* feet .In short order. GET. biliousness, sick headache, feverishness, coUc.flatulence, etc. Try VP J.

the liquor should be checked. It to the Four bottle did me more goon than any oth according to science are.the thing associated .
'first' eaae "'on record of goods being i er medicine I ever took write Chas B. AU with! our early home life,such a.Buck LAXATIVE

given up by the aea to a railroad company I|lea,SylvaolarOS. After :year of autrerlag Una Arnica Salve, that mother or grand:
and there la no;book In the of with rheumatism,liver trouble add *tomach mother used to cure our burn,boll maids .,t
r Dee for keeping track of this class offreight. I dlaorder and deranged/ kidney. I am sores;kin eruptions,cuts; pr&lo... brnlses 'V E [ 'V 0

i The wine waa originally vent again thank to Xleetrlo Bitter. Bound Forty Tear of cures prove It* merits Unrivaled '
by the coIoI1Tol.Southem'CaJo and weU. Try them; only Moat 8! E MoGeaoby. for pile,,corn or cold *ora*, Only LIVER

HoraitaUowton. Pr*, 960 at.-8 K: UcGeachy. ;
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!, '"Ii.:\t': I Miss Armor Meat to Enjoy Thorn toy Pale Faces r. '

"" H......', but 101014 Wit** _
t ; {,...... Dlreterr
llaitt !sue
;, .' 'III:B. Oboreh, South.-Preaching every Pate-faced weak and JOB
4: '.. tt'a>a Ird Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. ,
; .; IA H. Ohapuelle, >tutor titles Armor ww noted IIIIWDChaOow hoe shaky women-wfto suffer r
.'' : Sabbath School 10 a. m. W. N:Sheets, I boarders for bar rataetaaoa n. every day with womanly .

: !ii Svperlotendent.' Thursday. nights. ibartns any
,, >. r, 'Pra.lIIleeunl B yer meeting Tuesday. bare. She one bad. Mat fima bet of a gentle tonic* witha
:!!; .:S. :, cordially.ln"" -" home jar of rtda..scben7' building action cn thewomanlycystem.lf PRINTING
': ll'dII&.j''Whlc jt* abe dlspMt.d wtUI5I
't;" ;- : ( are
; \':,' ; '; :' : :Baptist. Ckurch-Preachliad I i pride, but nercr' raw tt to op_ .M> you ,
\ 4th Rev. Bart 'I weak-you need Cartful',
;'i i:' ;,"fl'\\ u i:? Babbath school 10 a. m., ... 2..'k'if. sating until ooo Boojihig !ben she the woman's tonic.because ,

.. :: .,. Superintendent. knew ffiAt bur fr.. oanapanlMM were) .
Pf.gsr teriting WedDell.1 .....h' Status oat. Ttrea wtOi recent I falolcSttf Cardu will act'directfy on

!\j"." :.". : ,:II =: : ... lOa Armor carried her confection to the cause of your trouble.
L': k ,
1. ; ;;F7". I.. ..... lee I lr_ ,." waitress transient man be 50 of Creates a good impres '
"if' ,, p m.; except :- soon. pot a more titan years
'. ( ; StmtfefS' side her and the stranger ap/tnK the success. It must be good. -

':" '- ;: fiMt-bound matt closes at 10:30...m cherries took a Try plenttfal betpro lion among your cor ,
: ;.:,,' :' '., Weit-boand mall closes at 5:10 p.m. on bill plate. The maid ... tn btjn> E60

;;;-- ,j"L: Mall from Vernon arrives 1.10 a, m., peer bating' beraetr Mt the pinch of ecess respondents and help'sto

,1. e"?, ,.,;". ,and leaves. on. arrival, of the east. bound feDsa Armor's. sttnctaiMM, bag trite 4baU- CARDUI '
.e.. :. .mall. Take business
., '"'" Into interpoeed. give your ,
:' :. to 13:30 nr. ,
Sunday hours: 11:80 m., p. "Kxcuso me "110".s.. 'boathat's '
..'.. ; :" ".r.' Mon., ?den Issued at. all hours' when a prt.41 1a.. prestige. '

\ I>:d." ,;. ; office'" except J Sundays.P HOHEtiL P. M 'Tb* man looked btaaklr at the W...- The Woman's Tonic

.' rasa and pat a hand behind bill ear .
'. r I wttii the gesture of the Terr **af. ,...
\,. S Our Ciabblug List.Semiweekly. Mrs. Effie Orahanv of .
\ Tbafa all right be aoewerad it isussntty. I .
;,.;.;:, \/:; PAHHKB androsj Atlanta To may brtog ma .naythms I WillaroV Ky., says: "1

np',' \ 3!'! ,per year 175. poll he.... I was so weak I could We Do Neat Printing
f. ".\ ,:" IBAJP.Md'rhrlce; -week New York The girt west, awe7 -W"g, ad hardly ga: I suffered ,

'f\1\l '..4":' > f P4t year. *- spread the news te the kitchen regtost nearly every month, for :J u, }-

,'1'tj :.,: ... 1lA.rtaiflt .114 Semi-weekly 'ines-Un- that retrtbotlon bail overtatatt' Miss When I to At Reasonable Prices.
!, I !..i: "; __ -t(tlien, per year, Armor, while tIM people at the*, netgtn years.Cardui. back began hurt
:/ "t B. ..s...... Home and. .Farm, per yearOenerntlPlrectory. boring tables looked and Ustenod W'th.n my

:;f''''"..:' tJ' ..1.2&.:...: their might beep* Bis 4nho..r: rt/\awfully---.-..._I only Not l A..M weighed after
:: '. the ne-orcomer ... tadfaed ID be 8D"eMhI& puuuu.. .
L4A: : .. I weighed 115. Now. I -

;: :", ;. These are the bees d sates Few do all my work, and am

:'Ir)!' I' STATE ) JIJALS.! ) !stud tie year,* be Wit the cherries' In good health Begin Give us your next order '

,'-" :.' \).(. Governor-Alber W. Ollcbrtot.! owner. "I beg year' pardon.. Let taking Cardu,, today. "
f'; ..' me help to them.* and wevwill give '
.' Secretary of State.-B,.Clay Crawford. you you; per
He hamedlatetr did so. aadana oats .
fe:;. :; 55 4Notntlr peoaral- Park. Trammell. modest portion tor her to sample, sad fect satisfaction thus

S'5', Corp4grlculture-W. A. McRae. repi_ IdII sera pYlta Mlas .JJ.7- ,

'". 'fr..lurei-.i. O. Lunlost. Bkor stared at from.. saM tatty: making you one of ourregular

i ff' Supt. Public Instruction-. M Hollotttl. "Ton, need not troabto :. Contractor Wise Rule.
; rber afl nbncV Among a crowd that gaaed skywardat customers. '

.. The stranger aeknowled0ed twit remark the construction of the Woolworth
?j' V. Knott.
m.oUWU1 with a covrteooe anile and bo r. .bonding at Broadway, Barclay street _.. .
L ama Court-Thoi.; M. Sbackleford, -117 IIIIbrt.oItaIDe pei..eob' I suit from tIN- and Park: place the Iron frame ol .... .,__e.:5 %
:1 Chief Rustics: Hi. S. Mabrv.. Cter.r.Radroact lowing what you say" be regretted; which now' reaches about forty stories, ..--..----- -

S Commlsafon-B. Hudson Burr, "bat X knew yaaftt 2Ste the ...- wan an Individual with a broad brogue

: i.' ClieltisMM; H.:01 Buna, Clerk) riee.." relates the New York: Tribune There '

? I.'... r/dl0a Btirtfc mdtetsl' circuit-W. H. Tbe Jar.... 0ood-eteed one, bet by was no mi tab about the country' I : ::5:5'THE .
\I PrUa Af(arlanaa.8ii the time the man bed reached his r whence he came and it was evident .
.I. dessert course tae bottom layer of I that he had not been here long. With .
t Solid tor ninth judlcl..lcll'cult-
?' trait... UDC
    j r wlia..?. L. W11.on.ts mor tried to get her pa-mag/ Into and month open he stood watching
    r ';.ti -- bur' own kctiulm. but both bates tSketgreoabie the human files ae they moved about, CHIPLEY BANNER!.

    i :,.' O.'Ok LAl OFFICE/ OFFICIALS.: stranger helped her to a feasting on tbe work that was betna .
    j) '" S. S. Chubb Beglstar, Qftlnesvllle, Flaj troaa taste and kept the Jar out of the done ataaen-adlai.,. neignt. He finally

    Shield Warren, Receiver, Gainesville. dutch of her anxious IDD a. FtnaQybe turned to the man at. his side ant
    f .), Mtttod back: In bur chair to writ ,, touched bin on the sbohdder.b "Shy.* Chiplcy Fla.
    S< until he was gone, when aoe meant : e remarkeduat sure meet be dangerous ,
    S / ..,'. WASHINGTON COUNTY OFFICERS.: to>> tell that antekertns ....... wbeibe .. wOrtt. But tell me, do many l k

    jJ J.i" Circuit Clerk-VT. C.; Lockey', Vernon. tbooght of bar, and to cany' off of those t'eUow81a off T -Very few A

    k .' teuaeyJudiIe'. Crocker Vernon at teeet-the remnants at ber'preee. preetotui ; came the reply: from the bystander.; .. .. '

    ttq; B&erttf-O."G. Ailed Chlpley. ....: but only the former' utlawaa "And bow fo thatr asked the Irhib- u _.. uuu u _. _____ ) '
    j Tf ftdf.r fl. 8. Tilted: Vernon. faeUoD permitted ber. When met "Wen.* the other replied "the -

    ,: Tax Aalulor-.J. J. Williams.. Chlpley. the transient man got Ida pudding be -contractor males ft ,a rule that he

    ;rfr: Tax Collector-W. B. Gainer! Kconfana.: scraped the bottom layer of eberrlea will not hire again a man that ones High Class Saw Mill Machine.

    \...<' bjt.vaLlic fMtfaetiOB. F Gainer, bat on top of It, and maid with a sigh ; fan from above thai al'7.-

    t;, UCesVttetssVtaW oC antlelpatlon: We carry at our new warehou, 408
    i i "', Supervisor of Re lnratloa. -J. M. "I never tried this boarding booee that and 410 East Bay St., a large sUfe ot
    N .; ., before bet Fm mining often __. 1never The Imf lloll ootiffdence )' people Portable and Stationary Engines'/Lo;
    'w,.... CiPntltr *oit ltos--A. D. Carmichael, MW meh. rherrtee: stoop I weJ Have hi Chamberalo's, ) > Colin, Cholera: eomotlve and Horizontal Return Flue
    ; and Dlflfrhoew Remedy U founded on their Boilers; Saw-Mills, Planers Edgers, I
    I ; i. Ctilpla'. ,. a boy. How oan tter afford to give '
    I In the of loan Saws, Beltingand Mill Supplies;also
    J experience me remedy and
    ''Lr! :;;:, ouT.aprvuyor-Thos. Collins, Cary them Cor the price abe asks b' tah ebaanarincatrs their Knofedg of the many remurkbale engine and sawmill repaira. We also '.
    I E, .: VW-Jr. Magaastla handle the celebrated line of HUST
    i "' cures of cope, dtarrnpeai and dysentery that
    )I i it'. Oauaty Commissioners: It has effected. For sale by. All Dealer 'n t and DELOACH Saw Mills'\
    !( \t'< J. Blghtawer.. Chairman Vernon. If yon knew of tbe real value of Camber ERIE, LEFFEL TAYLOR and

    .. A. O. Gilbert ChlpUy.S luln'.Liniment for lame back, soreness of SOUTHERN Engines and BoftterW, PERKINS Shingle Mill Machinery.. Special
    Confusions of Rffsota,
    -'It .., U Davis, Wausau. the muscles, sprains and rneumatlo pains ) Stave Machinery Tirtpeaftae Plants.
    t':: J. A. Porter Mlllvllle. j ou would never wUh to be without It. For "Things didn't seem to work together Large stock carried for Imme1t1 *W Shipment. Get our prices before buying.
    1 .; \. ,. 1>. F. Gunn.Santa Rosa.. ale. by All Dealer. in your lories of dramatic rep We can save you money.. A postal will bring our Traveler.
    >. ". School Board: resentations." "They didn't. admitted Write for literature covering you special requirements.IVlalstoy ..

    ', Q. B. Bush, Chairman. Orange. Hill S -' Stormlngton Barnes. "When we plap MaeHltiery Co.
    Th. Burnt Child.A :ed tragedy the box office receipts were
    S. J. St.
    Gainer. Andrew.
    ''.-.. W. F Buss Vernon. rural clergyman missed one of a farce, and when we played farce 4OS & 410 E. lay: St. aacUsmonvllle. Florida
    i /'I" his parishioners aeveral .uoc .lve they were a tragedy."-Washington: Long Dlatano lEdtrphone> "0. .7...
    1- Mr',' -- Sunday from his place In church. and Star. I
    V.,;: CHJPLBY CITY OFFICIALS.: when he met the absentee one day be
    M ," ": Mayor A. D. Campbell. said:

    ,I"'fi' :: '. -;' JI..rlhal-John Roberts, "Well, William X haven't seen you Test of Sueeese. Here's Good for

    Y t;:; U".rK.and,Treasurer-W. W. Cook. at church for some time." If every day we can feel, if only foi a Slogan I

    '" .: Counctt-W. O. Butler, Jr. chairman, "No, sir. X have reasons tor stayla' a moment, the elation of being alive
    JL D. Carmtehaet A. A. C. E. the reallztttfota of
    i\;" Myers, away. being our best HiO"O"p. R11 iness.00"
    \ ,.--;, 'Ibi' J. It.McGeachf: "Oh. you have! And what" may your .Selves, of filling our destine COJM n -"' '_'.'' and better ----- -- .
    reaeon. bet I should like to explala and trend you may be sdre that w* I

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    S torn of the if only 28.J: at 8-K!: :WcOeaohy.
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    Notice of Election. > with"Initiative the Secretary Petitions"of ,State and shall not less be than filed Notice of Election.0 .........................'.

    four ((4) months proceeding tbe date of -- !

    i': WHEREAS The legislature of 1011 the election at which the measures so the Sheriff of Washington County, I
    under the Constitution of 1885 of the proposed are to be voted upon and all of the State of Florida:

    Htateof }Florida did pass three Join petitions the Referendum submitted shall under be known the power as "Ref of Be It Known That I. II CLAY CRAWFORD Wire Fence.

    Resolutions proposing amendments to erendum Petitions", and shall be filed Secretary of State of the State of s
    the Constitution of the State of Florida with the Secretary of /State not more Florida do hereby give notice thafaGeneral I
    g and the same were agreed to by a vote bi, ,
    than after the final adjournment .
    threo-llfths of all the members elected to sixty (00)) days Blectlon : .
    of the session of the Lealsl&t Will be held In Washington Vount"y.Statoof
    each house that the
    ; votes on said Join .
    Resolutions were entered upon their respective ure, which shall have passed the mea Florida on Tuesday next succeedingthe .
    tire to which referendum Is applied first Monday in November A. U. 1912, -1S..
    Journals with the and
    , yeas the filing of Referendum Petition ..
    nays thereon and they did determine a t.helaid Tuesday being the o :11:' ,
    against any Item or section of any act, or ,
    and direct that the said Joint Resolutions filth Day of November '. 3'
    ) resolution shall notprpent. the remainder
    ; be submitted to the electors of the of such measure from becoming ef For six ((6) Presidential Electors. 9 II : '
    ) (State at the General Election In November active For one Representative from the State of t ,
    1013. ; Florida at large In the sixty-third, .Jf..Oe
    ) NOW THBRBFOBK I, IL CLAY CRAW- (6) Any measure or amendment to the Congress of the United States. I .
    / Constitution proposed under the Inltla For one Representative of the 3rd Congressional hU'.t 2441id
    ) FORD Secretary of State of the State of :
    } do Live and any measure to which the Referendum District of }Florida, In the \ I
    Florida hereby Rive notice that a $1 '. I .
    ,) Is applied shall be referred to a Sixty-third. Congress of the Stilted '
    General Election vote of the qualified electors of .
    ) will be held In each coupty In Florida on and shall become a law when approve For :Governor of the State of Florida. a.a .

    Tuesday next succeeding the tint Mon- by a majority of the votes cast thereon, For Secretary of /State of the State of 4 ,; \ l u .
    ) day in November A. D. 1013 the said and upon proclamation of tbe Governor, Florida. 4 -

    ) Tuesday being the and not otherwise; For Attorney General of tbe /State of :J.:., ,
    Fifth Day of November (7)) Tbe veto power( of the Governor Florida.! .

    ) for thxi ratification or rejection of the shall not extend to the Initiative or Ref- For Comptroller of the State of Florida. .... ..__._ .............,""' .... -..... "..-..-.....----......- -
    f said Joint Resolutions proposing amendments erendum measures approved by a majority For Treasurer of the /State of Florida! .
    > 1 to the Constitution of-the State of; of the qualified electors; For Superintendent of Public Instruction 3 '. .. ...

    v I Florida! viz: (8)) The reservation of the power of the.! of the State of Florida.
    Initiative and Referendum In this Arti- For Commissioner of Agriculture of the Just a word Farmers and Fence Builders:

    ) I A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an cle shall not deprive the Legislature of State of Florida. i
    I Amendment to Article V of the Constl- the right; to repeal any law, propose or I For one Justice of the Supreme:! Court of
    ) 1 union of the /Stale of Florida Relative pass any measure, which be consist the State of Florida. .
    \ I to the Judiciary Department ent wltb the Constitution mar the State For one Railroad Commissioner for tho : ,Having made a deal for Ten Car Loads lj

    'I Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the and of the United States;, State of Florida! ) I of Florida (9)) The shall make suitable For State Senator for 2Mb /Senatorial St'eel
    state : ( Legislature of the Best American Wire, Fence we
    District of tbe State ot Florida jg
    provision tor Into effect the
    \ 9 That the following amendment to Artl- carrying
    For one Member of the Houna of Representatives -
    ' cle V of the Constitution of the State of provisions of this Section.:
    I of the State: of Florida
    ) Florida relative to tho Judiciary Department That Section Sixteen (16) of said Article For County Judge. G are in position to make you better pricesS &
    to be numbered Section 42:: of said Three (3)) shall be amended so as to For Sheriff. *; *'' '

    ) Article! V, be and: ; the same I Is hereby! read as follows: For Clerk otthA Circuit. Court, than before. ..,&t>
    ) B agreed to ana snail oe submitted to the I Section 16. Each law enacted whether For Prosecuting Aiiori'.j-- ever :
    X electors of the State at tbe general elec-t by the Legislature or by the people I For County Assessor of Taxes. ': ** /
    ) H tlon to bo held on the first Tuesday alter 1 under the Initiative shall embrace but I For Tax Collector. '
    the first Monday In November A. I). 1013, one subject and matter properly connect-I For County Treasurer. : Be sure, you. see us before buying w'ir :
    ) for ratification or rejection to-wit: ed therewith, which subject be For County Superintendent of .PublicInstruction. (
    ) M Sec.: 42. There shall be another Judge briefly expressed In the title, and no law "
    ffl of the Circuit Court of Duval County In shall be amended or revised to Its title For County Surveyor. : elsewhere. It means money saved. !!
    ) IB addition to the Circuit Judge of the circuit only; but In such case the act as revised, For Five County Commissioners. *
    H In which said county Is situated or section as amended, shall be reenacted For Three Members of the CountY' Board ;
    ) 3} Such additional Circuit Judge shall be and published at length. of Public Instruction :. .
    \ B appointed by the Governor and conflrm- That Section /Seventeen (17)) of said Ar For Justice of the Peace In and for the I
    M by the Senate, and shall hold office for ticle Three (3) shall be amended so as tread following; Justice Ul8trlcts. viz:' Chipley Hd w. Co.: I
    ) six ((0) years and shall receive the same as follows: No. No. No. No. No. No. ,
    salary and allowance for expenses as oth- 1 6 11 16 21 26
    ) or Circuit Judges, but the same shall be Section 17. Every bill passed by the 2 7 12 17 22 e e
    Legislature shall read its title
    genera revenue the County of said of Duval county out Ile of shall the Its first reading In be either by House, unless on 3 4 8\0 13 14 18 19 23 24 ........e.... .. $$ e.I
    one-third of the members desireIt
    have all the and all present 5 10 15 20 25
    powers perform the ,
    read by sections. Every bill shall be -- -'-"---, --
    t duties that are or may be provided or several For Constable la and for the' following .! i
    read three unless
    prescribed by the Constitution or by on days two- Justice Districts viz: I
    Statute for Circuit I Judges, and all statutes thlrda of the. me moors-present when such No. No. No. No No. No INH\V
    bill be shall deem It
    concerning Circuit Judges shall apply may pending exeedl- 1 6 11' 16 21 26 -------.I I '
    ent to dispense with this rule Every wwwasv
    to him The distribution of the bus 2 7 12 17 22 ,
    bill shall be read bv Its sections on Its
    iness of the Circuit Court of Uuval Coun- 3 8 13 18 23
    ty between the two Circuit Judges and second reading and on Its final passage, 4 I 0, li 19 24 AdvertiseIn
    unless Its second two-third
    the allotment or assignment of matters on reading 5 10 15 20 25
    of the' members present In the House Barbershop.wwwwwwwwwt:
    and cases to be beard: decided shall, ordered where-euch bill may be pending,-shall In Testimony Whereof. I have hereun I .
    tried decreed or adjudged be con deem It expedient to dispense with thIs to set my hand and affixed
    trolled or made when necessary by theY local If .,AY/dPI"
    rule. The vote on the final passage of the Ur..atSoal of the State your paper
    Judge of said Court who shall have the every bill or joint resolution shall be tak- (Seal.) of Florida at Tallahassee,
    older eo'nmission. In force at the time. entered the Capital, this the twent '- : H. CALlAn N 'Props:;
    en by yeas and nays to be on the You want results now I II T. y
    Much:: additional Circuit. Judge shall reside Journal of each House; Provided That fourth day of August A. D
    In Duval d
    any general revision of the entire' laws
    embodied In any bill shall not be re II. CLAY CRAWFORD, I have just opened a barbershop
    JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an ed to be read by sections upon Its final Secretary of State.. I
    Amendment to Article 12 of the Constitution passage and Its reading may be whOlly To C. G. ALLEN, Sheriff Washington: Co. I in the Dele) old.building:, on i
    of the State of Florida, Relativeto dispensed with by a two-thirds vote. A The advertising col-
    west of First Nat. Bank
    corner ,
    Education, to be Known as Section
    maiorlty of the members present In each 'NOTICE.In B
    17 of Said Article; Providing for the Issuance House shall be necessary to pass every umns are o( absorbing and will appreciate a share of
    of Bonds by Special Tax /School bill or joint resolution.( All bills or joint the Circuit Court, State of Florida
    Districts for the Exclusive: Use of Public resolutions so passed shall be signed by Ninth Judicial Circuit Washington 'interest in this your barbering trade. I guarantee -
    Free Schools Within Such /School, the presidium officer of the respective County.*..In Chancery.
    District; and Authorizing: the Levy of a Houses and by the Secretary of the Senate B. E. Carter. Complainant ) I to give YOU satisfaction..
    Tax to Create a Sinking Fund for the and the Clerk of the House of Repre vs, VEffle age;' Therethe public
    Payment of the Interest and Redemption sentatives. > May Carter, Defendant. ) Shove lOc. .
    ;, of Such lionds. I finds what it needs. '
    It affidavit to
    Be It resolved by the Legislature of. the The votes case in compliance with said the bill appearing filed In by the above cause appended that Ef- Hair. Cut 25c.. .
    State of Florida: declarations and the canvass! lie May Carter the defendant therein Moreover, that enables -
    That the following amendment to Article and returns thereof shall named is a non-resident ot the State of A
    13: of the Constitution of the Stateof be subjected to the same regulations and Florida and Is a resident of Dothan, your publisher to
    Florida, to be known as Section 17 of restrictions as are provided by law for County of Houston State of Alabama
    Said Article be, and the same Is hereby general elections tbe State of Florida. over the age of twenty-one years: It I Is, R. F. SCARLETT
    agreed to, and shall be submitted to the IS TESTIMONY WHKRROF!: I have therefore ordered that the said non-res- give you a paper ,
    electors of the State at the next general hereunto set nay band and afllx- ident defendant be and is hereby required -
    election of Representatives to be held In (Seal) ed the Ureat Seal of the /State of to appear to the bill of complaint tiled It gives your Notary Public.' I
    the year A. U. 1912, for ratification or re- Florida, at Tallahassee, the In the said cause on or before the 20th I
    jection.Sec. Capitol, this the twenty-fifth day of September A'. D. 1912 otherwise, I community a better ------ '
    17. The Legislature may. providefor day of July/ A. D. 1013. the allegations of tho said bill will be taken Real Estate Handled. '

    /Special Tax School: Districts to Issue H. CDAY: CRAWFORD, as confessed by the hald defendant.It standing with the reaQooner D Collections :
    bonds for the exclusive use of public free Secretary of State. Is further ordered that this order ton a : '
    schools within 'any such Special Tax published once a week for four (4) consecutive p
    /School District when ever a majority of weeks In The Dander, a newspaper tlerq._ ; Office un_ no In p.First__ p National____.__. Bank._ .

    the qualified electors, thereof who are Domocrcitlc Ticket.NATIONAL. published at Chipley, County and .2
    freeholders, shall vote In favor of the Issuance State. as aforesaid.
    of such bonds. ..This August 21st A. D. 1912. A. "W. -""VEJb:: ;
    Whenever anv such Special Tax School: (Copy of !seal)) W. C. LOCKET, 9
    District has voted In favor' of the Issu- For President: Clerk of Court, or later result
    Attorney and Counsellor 'at Law ;
    WOODROW WILSON. By S. A. Hemphlll, Deputy Clerk.
    ance of such bonds, a tax not to'exceed
    live mills the dollar In }For Vice-Presidents '' .
    on any one year will be forthcoming so Bonlfay, Fla.
    on the taxable prouerty within tbe dis- THOMAS J. MARSHALL NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.

    trict voting for the l Issue of bonds shall Presidential Electors: Department of the Interior Office in Lindse'v Building
    be levied In accordance providing JEFFERSON JJ. Ji oWNIC. U. 8. Land Office, at Gainesville, Florida.!
    for the levying of taxes to become a J. FBED URBABBY. August 17, 1913. --' .. ,

    fund for the payment of the Interest and CIIAKI.KS W. CHIPLKY K. JONES.JONES. Notice Is hereby given that James S. AdvertiseMesater & Prompt, personal. .serviceto

    redemption of such bonds. LELAND J. I1ENDER80N.II. Brooks[ of Southport Florida! who, on I clients.
    C. ISPARKYAN. June 24th 1911 made Homestead Entry .'i i., .
    Proposing Amendments to Section: One Congressman State at Large: IIf'rlallIIo.: 08(09( for W>V of N WJ*; Section
    (1)), /Sixteen (16) and Seventeen ((17) of CLAUDE L'KNQLK. 29. Town-hip 1 south Range 14 west. Tallahassee wwwwwwarwww.
    Article Three ((3) of the Constitution of Congressman Third District: Meridian has (tied notice of Intention yllrf A.
    tbe /State of Florida! / Relating to Lege-) EMMETT WILSON. to make Final Commutation ------ 6..McQuagge, t
    of the /State of Florida. 'a Bate
    tlye Authority Proof to establish claim to the land .
    HA It Resolved by the Legislature of the above described, before the Clerk of tbe 11 virtue of a decree of foreclosure > II.
    State of Florida: STATE Circuit Court at Vernon, Florida, on the from y the Circuit Court of Holmes county, Notary Public ,, ,,
    That the following Amendments to Governor: 26th day of September: 11)12. )Florida wherein J. J. Pelt Is complainant -
    /Section One ((1), /Section ,Sixteen (16; and PARE: TBAMHBU.\ Claimant names as witnesses: It. S. and N. W. McLain and Charlotte ,State, at Large''. ''
    Smith A. F. K.
    /Section /Seventeen (17) as amended,of Ar- Secretary of State: Morrell Fulpham! T. F. McLain are defendants I shall expose I
    ticle Three ((3)) of the Constitution of the II. C. CKAWEOBD. .Tiller, all of Southport Florida. for sale at public out-cry to the highest I '.,1,1
    State of Florida be and they are hereby Commissioner of Agriculture) Henry S. Chubb cash bidder within the legal hours of sale
    agreed to, and shall be proposed and sub- W. A. McllAK.. Register. before the Courthouse door In the town IRA A. HUTCHISON ,
    mitted to the electors of this /State for Treasurer: of lionlfay, Holmes county- Florida! on .
    approval or rejection. at the next general J. C. LUNINQ. '. NOTICE. FOR PUBLICATION. Monday, the 7th day of October A. D. Attorney at Law.; *
    election hereafter, that U to say: Department ot the Interior, 1912 the following described real estate '
    Section One (1) of said Article Three Comptroller: U S. Land Office at Gainesville. Florida lying and being In the county of Wash Office at Vernon, Fla.
    W. V. KNOTT. '
    (3) shall bo amended so as to read as follows August 17, IH2., of Holmes State .I
    Attorney General!: Notice l, hereby given that Felix I,. of! : TheSWQofI1Ey.ofSection ; Circuit
    ; T. F. WEST. 'r i'ulgbatn of Southport, Florida, who, on 30, Township 3 north of Range Will practice In Court. of
    /Section 1. (1) Tbe Legislative/ author- Superintendent! of Public Instruction: November 2, 1000\ mada Homestead En. 15 west In Washington county, (Florida Florida and the Federal Courts. .
    ity of this State shall be vested in a LegIslature W. N. JlICATS. try Serial Mo 01822 for NEK bectlon 30. also the following described land In __ ._ .._ ...L_. -.1 -" J-.JJT-1!"
    consisting a Senate: and a Township south, Range 14 west. Talla- Uolmes county, Florida! to' witt Beginning '
    House of Representatives, and shall bo State Chemist: lassee Meridian, has filed notice of Intention at the Northwest corner ot Block DR. R. E. TILLER '; i
    designated THE LEGISLATURE!: or THE R. K. ROBK. to make Final CommutationProof 112 and' running; east along said block 154 .;,;
    /SrAtK!: OF FLORIDA! but the people reserve Adjutant General to establish claim to the land yards, and thence South 37 yards thence ; .
    to themselves power to propose J. C. R. FOSTER. above described" before the Clerk of the West 154 yards and thence North 37 DENTAL SURGEON ( ,l
    laws and amendments to the Constitu- Senator, 25th District: Circuit Court at Vernon. Floridan on the yards to point or beginning, said land beIng /
    tion of the /State and to enact or reject A. J. MCCLELLAN. 30th day of September: 1912. In Section 31, Townsnlp 5, North ,of Chipley. Florida.
    such laws and amendments at the polls I Claimant names as witnesses: T. F. Range 14 West.
    Independent of the Legislature, and also Tiller, A. Morrell, James S. Brook, 8. F.! Amount of decree 47700. Purchaser "
    Office First
    reserve at their own option tbe power to COUNTY. Jackson all of Southport, Florida. to pay for doed. over Nat'l Bank. .
    approve or reject at the polls any act, lepreaentatlve Henry S. Chubb. U. 11. WELLS, ."
    Item or section of any act, or resolution I L. U. HOWEM. Register. Special Master. .... .. ',
    of the Legislature I Clerk Circuit Court: /

    ((2)) The flrat _power reserved by the I W. .D. GAINER,. _. Orion LodgeNo40,'.1,
    people Is the Initiative and twenty (20)) 'Sheriff; -- for'Women a ;
    per centum of the legal voter shall have HENBf KARRIOR' ,.. .. .' UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Florida State College K. 8. A.,M, ..1't ;' t''
    the right to propose any 1 legislative Tax Assessor: : GAINESVILLE- TALLAHASSEE .
    measure; and twenty-live CJ5)! per centum D. D. DAVIS.. -, : Regular Communications:, ,, Secpmi 1
    shall have the right to propone amend- Tax Collector .-. : : 'Superior But Inexpensive Institution for College of Art and Sciences Normal School Saturday and, Fourth ,FrWy\ ..'night \in
    ments to' tbe Constitution by petition : II. B. TILLER "* .J..', Florida Young Men. 'School ol MUM!.,. School ol Art. School ol Eiprc- each month. '. .' .'t i iVisiting1 "

    and every such petition shall Include.the Treasurer: ". 'Four coltejrMi, agricultural experiment itatlon: ion.First. School claw Home equipment Economic throughout. Tuition Brcthern cordially invited, .
    full text of the measure so proposed; F. M. RUBS. .f Unlveraltyeaten.lon." 46 profeMi and awtotau -
    free. Fur information
    reserved Is the /Supt. Public Instructions : ,80 per cent increaw In attendance last Other eapen.wverylow. W. I*..TAYI.OH. 'W. M.
    second i
    The addrcw
    (3) power .ear. Attractive bulldlnon-. and For W. W. JONES '
    W. T. i oiuca.: campu. ; Sec. ;
    Referendum and It may, be ordered, ex- Connty Judge: catalogue addr_ A. /IV.'UIEE/ 'aid.... EDWAID CONRADI PreiUint.Saltoara. ... ... .
    cept as to law necessary! for the Immediate -
    health ,
    preservation of public peace
    and safety either hy petition signed by County Surveyor THOMAS COLLINS.County I.. o..'o. P-. NOTICa:
    twenty (20) per centum of the legal voters INwrserles.Satauma ,
    Commissioners: .
    or by the Legislature; ; D. G. It ROCK. cc*: Until further'noticeChipley

    (4) The percentage of legal voters J. W. THARP. Orange, Grape Fruit, Pecan : _) Lodge No.56, "
    hereinbefore stated shall be based upon G. F! GAINER I. O. 0. F. will
    the total number of votes cast at the fast W. F. RPSB.H All Other Fruit Ornamental and Shade Trees. meet at, \ .
    State officer receiving < Monday :
    general election for the i J. GAINER. ev niDg. .
    the highest number of votes cast ,: Members School Hoard, 'WrIte for Illustrated Catalogue and Price By order of the Lodge.
    at such election;: li. F. CARTER. -
    ((5) All petitions submitted under the A. F. ROOKS. 1002 Van Antwerp UldgM E A.'RATCLlFI'K N.'G.S. ; .
    power ol the Initiative shall be known as L.M.SKIPBZB: phone-uu 3227 ob II e, Am. J. E. Calley, Ajent. B. JUDSON, Secy":


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    11 Chipley Hhigh School to Open Sept 30. I" "
    f h ] Personal. IT The Chlgh School will open for ] Town Topics.The IT ,/:' .

    the year 1912-13 on Monday,September MOST S. '.
    !':.-:" Schedule of 30th. steady advertiser gets the

    i:::,:'' B.C. a St. A. Railroad. The indications are that there business. ANY

    t ,. Effecth March: 12, 19IJ. will be a large 'enrollment and Chipley school children have ., '

    ,}f; Train No.1 TraiDNo. 2 that the school will enjoy one of only three more weeks of vaca- ?
    t. GOID.80ut.b.Stat.lon UotngNortlt. the most successful in its I Ibistory r BANK S : :-
    years : :
    tion. ;
    y L'Y. 11:00 a.m. CblpleJ 5:00 p.m. .: ,: .
    t" 1J.aa a.m. Waus..u .:27 (I.m. .*, ., ', .' ..
    ,, 11:01 p.m. Greenheacl 4:00: p.m. City politics is warming 'up i _"r "" '" .J. .
    {, 1248 p m. Riverside 8:12: p.m. Get your: children ready and will be held .'
    ,I. : Vlckllburlr : p.m.. some; the primary .
    have them at the school the .
    Ar. 1:00 p.m. 8outhport 8:00 p.m. r.v. on .
    'f.\ opening day. Monday. -' Can handle your .business after a fashion, when' :'

    i' G.C. Shivers was in Pensacola The trustees of the Cbipley ?A. R. Wells shipped a ear load
    of beef cattle to Pensacola Thurs- times are good and money easy. When times ,
    ''r on business Saturday. high school which ranks as one I.

    of the best in the state day morning.
    c :::. ,W. R. Palmer was up from No- are up are: hard and money tight you feell the ,
    rum on business Monday. againrt a tough propositionjust Every man is valued in this

    I',' John Nelson in from bis at present. They had selected world as he shows by his conduct need of a business cobnectton with a

    was Prof. J.'Leslie Dickson of Ten- that be wishes to be valued., .
    .; farm for a few hours Saturday. ,. .
    t nessee, as principal for the ensu and Reliable Bank :.
    ji Dr. Leslie Britt was up from ing term, but they discovered a Mr. Dyson had an auction sale Big Strong ,

    Bonifay a few days first of the of household goods Saturday af- .
    few days that the last legis-
    ;.',; week. ago ternoon. He will move to South- Do your banking business and make your credit" :' .
    lature passed a providing ,
    '( J. H. Speight of Tallabasse, could be ofa
    that principal
    no one
    ... port.The ''good;? .with ,the strongest Bank i in :"
    r' was a business visitor here Sat- high school in this state unless i democratic executive com- .'

    ,.,1, urdav.q' he had previously taught at least mittee of Washington county is :-:- Washington County. ". ? ,'

    I",i Mrs. S. .A. Alford spent several eight months in the state; so this called, to meet at Chipley nex'tSaturday. '-'" .. ..

    I '' days on the Bav this and last bars Prof. Dickson, and leaves .. n '

    -,' week. the school.without a principal at Think all you speak, but speak ,
    The First National Bank
    L' Jeff Screws of Montgomery, present. However, they will not all you think. Your thoughts

    I' Ala.,,was a business visitor here make some arrangement and the are yours. Your. words are i t of Chipley.RubMyTism .

    r. Friday.- school will open os stated. yours no more. .

    it A. Sessomes was oyer from -jai-- All the members of Camp Mc-I I + '.

    Bonifay and spent the day here F. B. Callaway Candidate( Mayor. Millon No. 217, U. C. V., are re- L..l, : ,
    .Monday. Mr. F. B. Callaway has yielded quested meet at ChIpley next

    Jordan Taylor was up from to the requests and entreaties of Saturday. Business importance -

    Macom and called on friends here his friends and has announced bis i is to be attended to. will cure you. I Rub-My-Tism will cure you.

    Thursday. candidacy for Mayor of Chipley, J. C. McLeod moved this week All kind of Feed atWilliam's ,You can get more furniture for .

    in the primary to be held next from the coleman cottage on & Helton. the same money or better furni- (
    ? Miss Baker Armstead of Mari-
    Monday, Mr. Callaway is a young south Third street to the hand ture for less mon-ey at Chipley
    visited with relatives herea The Chiptey Hardware Co. is
    anna ..
    ... .
    man. full of energy and public some residence recently erectedby Furniture Co.
    day or two last week. headquarters. for Hardware.
    spiritand, has splendid business D. J. Jones on north Sixth
    Drop in'and see how well our
    Dr. R. E. Tiller and wife and judgement. In fact, he possess- street. Get your fresh meats from

    Mrs. Crayton Tiller autoed to the qualities to make a good mayor. Wells & Sharron. We. sell it for bargain counter is filled; you will ..
    Chas. t!. Stewart, circulation 'I surely want something on it. :
    Vernon cash.B. .
    Sunday morning.: See his announcement; he ""
    manager for-the Pensacola News Missses Richardson. Mrs. W.-D. Campbell had as will appreciate your vote. Blake & Co. have something
    .. .. was in the city Thursday. He 5 or.6 doses 666 will break any
    of to the ladies to
    her guest several days last week,
    told us he was going to put on a case of Chills & Fever; it acts on .
    Mrs: Lamont of Falco, Ala. Card of Thanks. carrier here which that offer; step in see what it,is. "
    means the liver better than Calomel, and :

    Miss Mariam Merritt of Mari- We wish to extend our sincere the News is hustling for busi- Absolutely fresh groceries and does not gripe or sicken. 25 cents '

    anna was the guest of friends and heartfelt thanks to our ness. quick-delivery is wbat you get

    here several day s last week. friends and neighbors who wereso ___ from WilliamsHelton.. Do ]flies and mosquitoes annoy _
    Count:: d crab 1 a excitement: prevailed you? then why don't you put
    Uncle Alex Mathias was in kind to us in our recent trouble for a few minutes Tuesday Say have you.noticed: our lOc screens in your doors and win-

    from his Oak Hill farm and min in the loss of our little son, atternoon when the alarm of fire counter? Lots of useful articleson dows. See Dunn-Coleman Co -
    Jhhn who burned Aug. 30. it. Campbell & Dekle Co.
    e-le4-with friends here Saturday. was was given. Tbe blaze was at the about It. -

    W. T..Home, nominee for Co. May the Father of love'and kind- small cottage of B. F. Waller on When you wear shoes that Wil- I
    ness reward you is our prayer.W. Fifth but liams & Helton sell you are guar- Tee shoe that will last a long
    Supt. Public Instruction, was a south street,, was put
    satisfaction.We time and is comfortable is
    E. COLEMAN AND WIFE. anteed the
    visitor here a few' hours .Thurs out before much of a crowd arrived -
    .. shoe want to That'sthe
    or you buy. r
    day. on the scene." can make you special prices -
    kind of shoes sell. T. L.
    on clothing and shoes; come we
    J.,Mr Sapp and family left last
    Mrs. J. S. McSween of St. Andrew Under the new homestead law see. Campbell & Dekle Co. Wells & Bro.I .
    week for Panama City, where
    was 'l here the guest of Mrs. they will reside in future. Mr. one-sixteenth of t'he area"must be

    J. G. Mendenall several days last in cltivation the second and
    '" Sapp' will engage in the practiceof year I am handling Ice in Chipley again.this seasonI
    week. law with ex-Judge J. R. Wells. one-eighth the third year. That will appreciate your patronage and promise I

    Joe Home and family of Pen- The friends of Mr. Sapp is, if a man homesteads a quarter I, you the same courteous treatment and prompt'attention al
    many C E
    sacola, were the guest of his uncle and family regret to have them section, be must have ten acres in I have always given you heretafore. r
    R. C. Home and family, here leave our town, still, wish for cultivation the second year and A. E. NowHti. 1'9

    .two days last week. them abundant their twenty the third year. Three "lt
    success. Open frosts 8 to 1O o'clock Hurt cloys.
    years actual residence is now required -
    Emmitt Wilson, nominee for new home. instead five as under All orders to be delivered must be received r
    congress from this district, at- .
    the old law. not later than 4 o.clock'p.. m.
    tended .the HorneCarter'wed No. 7778.-, -_. -,

    ding here last week. Report of the condition of Tbe First .
    .. Jo- National flank, at Chipley, In the State :d
    S. E. Mitchell, now located at of Florida at the close of business"",
    September) 4th, 1013.
    DeFunlak... spent "" here .
    -----Y IlKBOUBCEB.Loan ; rmIrr
    among his friends, all of whom and Discounts............9148.730.29
    U.H.:: bonds to secure circulation 50,000.00IDsurance.
    were glad to see him. ....... ... .. ..... .... 720.00(] '
    Premiums on U. a Bonds"' ...... 201.00
    Robt. L. Farrior of Montgomery Honda, securities, otc. ..."... ... 7,038.04 Pfla.
    Banking house furniture and
    ,Ala., spent Friday here visiting futures...... ............ ... 20,440.00 411 1 '
    Other real estate owned........ 5,838.03 1yS
    among relatives and mingling :
    Due from National Bank (not :
    with old friends. reserve agents)........... .... 12321.11;
    Due from approved reserve agta 13.64:3.114:
    Checks and other cash Items... 20401
    W W. Day of Harper, employed Notes of other National Ranks. 1.71S.U: ))
    Fractional! currency,
    In paper
    the government forestry nickels and cents............ 122.38
    service stopped here Sun- Lawful money reserve in Hank;
    Specie...........$10,340.05 If Every lot
    day morning enroute to Macom, Legal-tender notes 610.0O- 10950.05!
    Redemption fund with U. H. of material for
    :: _
    where he will
    recuperate for a .
    Treasurer(S per cent of circulation -
    few days. .......... .. ....-.. 2,500.00Total. / Studebaker wagons

    .........$273,433.20: o must pass the rigid. ,t
    Rev. returned
    Morgan from
    LIABILITIES. searching test of the ti
    Georgia Saturday afternoon, and Capital stock paid to...... .....t 50,000.00 f
    Surplus fund.................. 20,000.00 laboratories.
    occupied the pulpit at the Baptist
    Undlvld' profits, leaa t xpense8 .
    church Sunday morning. He .and taxsspaid.... 1055,31National ; Physical and chemical
    Bank noted outst'd'g. 50,000.00Duo ))( tests discover
    is packing his household goods to other National Hanks,.. 340.57 Inferior paint, varnish steel
    iron and
    Dividends unpaid.... .i...... 1,0(<))0,00
    and will return to Georgia. Individual deposits subject to wood. Material not up to a high standard never '
    .. check... .. .... 131.ITO37
    A. G. Chandlee and wife stop- Time certificates of depoeli .... 11.SV3.33 becomes a part of a StudebaKer wagon. l
    Certified checks.............. .... 210.00
    ped over here Friday night with Cashier's checks outstanding .. 419.71 .'

    their daughter, Mrs. EbStander- Bill payable.of deposit, Including for money certificates '_. Let ua tell you: more \

    fer. They were enroute to their borrowed... .."," ..;...:...... 10,000.00 --, about the StudebaKer' -get .

    :';; home at Panama City from a two Total... .....$275,433.29: acquainted with the '

    .' months trip in California.. State of Florida! County of Washington: : Studebaker construction .,:
    I, W. O. Butler, Jr., Cashier of the 1 before you buy any wagon.DunnColeman.
    :- John W. Tharp, nominee for above named bank, do solemnly swear
    .. ; that the above statement' Is true. to the
    ...., :'/r. : county commissioner for this district beat ol my knowledge and belief.
    ; W. O. lioTMCB, Jr., Cashier Chipl)i.
    ::.,.-,,-J'..: ,-;Y. ,.was in. town a short while I E. N. Dkle. r Company
    .'t"';"'.';""i)" -,Saturday morning. He told us Correct-*.Attest. -_ :."<( H.D.A.J.Afford Jones Fla. '

    '_ -y' three of his children was sick; we Directors A. 6. McQUAGGE.
    .,": 'Subscribed and sworn to before ma this .. Manager. '
    their ilness will not be of
    hope. llth day of September 1912. ..;..-
    S long duration:and nothing serious R. F. ScarlettNotary Public.Ai ,

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