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The Chipley banner
Place of Publication:
Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
September 19, 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.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
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y"oljXX": Chipley, Washington County, Florida: September 19tli 1912. No. 12 _
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Our Spices and extracts are White Graham and Rye or material for a dress ':

'pure and full strength. Bread received every day. come to our store next :

'\ I Iiiii Meadow Gold Butter finest California Peaches and Wednesday and select it. t

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The,city primary election was following is a list-of those The B. C. & St. A. Railroad ..;\j

1'r ,; 'F Hone 173, pulled off, Monday. and 175 votes I I I who were successful in passingthe have made arrangements with \ '\:'; "
; was cast. The vote for the vari- ,recent teacher's examinationalso Tiller & Blackwell to un.their ,.::-,{
MarketWhen ous candidates follows: the grade of certificate received boat in connection with the B. C. ,:\\; ,,) '
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i. For Mayor.F. by each. train, and you can make prompt .'. i; ,
i I B. C alia way, 96 Second Grade-white-O. L. connection for any point on the >'.]
When You Want in Meats,
Anything .Fresh .
J.J...Pelt, - 78 Johnson, Douglass Rogers; T. S. bay. ,
Beef, Sausage-. For Marshal. Michener, J. II. Varnum, Fred Going north this boat will observe

CASH J. C. Blackburn. 12 Chestnut, Miss Mary B. Barrett. the following schedule. -. -. .. +
TALKS AT THE NEW MARKET Leavo MIMvUlo Or30 a.m.' .
W. W. Harvey, 42 Third GradewhiteMissesBessie Leave Panama City 10:15 a.m.. .. "
"Ve11i.. Ac tiliu.ron.I W. A. Pippin, -. 12 Yates, Jennie Carter, Lu- Leave /St.: Andrew 11:00: a.m. ; t
1 I J.A.Roberts108; die Cochran, Inez G Martin. Leave Lynn Haven 13:10: p.m. ,, ': y'
ill illI' A i For Clerk. Third Grade-colored-C. H. Arrive /Southport: 12:30: p.m. u r..

I ...................................................................i Walter Cook .. '105' Corley, Helen Spires, Willie Pha- in Going waiting South on arrival, the boat of train will, and"be ".;' ;

Eb Standerfer, 60 roah, Ila Chestnut.MARRIEDMr.. '
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off For Alderman.W. .. R. F.SCARLET' ., "
Registration Notice. Why buy a wagon and go !, if
{ 0.:Butler, Sr. 108
George Har- General Manager. .
hoping you have got a good one. ; i
j keep the registration Lee II. Budhanan, 58 .
Studebaker's and rell of Chipley was united in marriage '
t' for registration ate Buy the ques- "
pen A. D. Carmichael, 94 ;
in the court bouse, tion is settled. Sold by Dunn- S. B. Judson, 120 Sunday afternoon to Miss Dr. T. G. Yates ..:.);
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of1q ;, .', each week until the securely C. Parrott, 37 the bride's parents near Grace- Will be in Chipley at Dr.Wilson's, :: f,:. :
in October, from I I The 'Misses Richardson can From the above vote it will be ville. The. Banner joins their office the First Tuesday October ,t", "

]1's" t' :,to 5 p. m.J. D. NIXON, I| please you in any kind of millinery seen there will be no second pri- friends in congratulation. They 1912. Consultation and ,..'.;'-

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: THE BANNER PubUclt,. ,... .
\ In the "cleaning up" now goingon ,
CtalpUy, Fi.; in New York city there has -,..'
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.: WALTER W. JOMB, Bdltof.Knttnd property used for unlawfuland

at tan poatoffic at Chjplej.Fta.. w disreputable purposes. This !
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: &11I aetgr.BUBSCaIPTION_ .,_ raised the customary bowl on the F .

SATES: part of these owners, for many T ':

oEf r1 U.".......................11.00 so-called reputable people have '
.IX ..eoTaass been brought face to face with Come in by yourself or l bring,:.along 7\ ,
MoNTae......25.Ittlilar ;
their sacrifice of honor .
private ', ', .. ,
rsUt luralitwd on application. for increased revenue. 0
mother father sister broth .';
your: or: to :
The great trouble with detect- ., \"
t..o'lDJ 11 n1'ktlots on live topics capeefklly -
of opal Interest, are solicited. It ing and punishing crime is not ': '

Is'understOodVJtfwever Tin BXttNKff Will not, that be the responsible publishot -' because of the lower class of er, and take a look at. our, no'v' .< .,., o t
for opinions expressed by correspondents .:
criminals, but the prosperous,

TTX BAHSKB'wants a lire representative respectable, and sometimes the "F>oiy Boy" Suits.: .
and correspondent at every postofflce so-called Christian people who .
lit the county, and nlll: make liberal ar .,
rtfugements, ,with the rlurt parties. compromise with'it, cover it up \
and abet it for a share in the rev- They are dandies, and we have one

.THtll t.'f''I'q'> bA.Y.''' ..,,- -Bstpt..'... 19. 1913. enue it brings. .-' ,
Publicity will do much to 'pre- to fit you. -rRemember, too, your opportunity : ,
Iced ba:1: money to invest, vent and suppress crime, and ,

put It'ln'' Washington county real when a man is opposed to public .

estate: Prices 'are steadily increasing ity it may generally be assumed to. get that ; : : "- :
that his own action will not stand .. rhothtnd ; ..
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the light. JPoirty: Free. ThJWJDY8Ula. \

Ot JttitT' 523,066 public school Everywhere good citizens : ; ,

teach T;Wihe United States it should be unceasing'in their demands ".. (f'. ",-' t .' \ \

is said!Itfif"more than fourfifthsof to "turn on the light. "::".: ;. "- ,
the&f 'women. .. ..:' .:: ,' ,

i It is said that close on to a $1- -

A republican ppaer in Water- 000,000 worth of tobacco was r.,. -Campbell &Dekle Company. I

.bury, Conn.,,;advises its readers raised in the vicinity of Havana, _

to vot'for'Tafi. oray'for Roose- in Gadsden county, this year. -

velt aicH ibei on Wilson. ..
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If every lie in the world were '

It 1 isc6niputed that it takestwelve"vacYes' nailed there would not be enough Governor Marshall's Tribute., According to a statement filed t Here at Home. 1ri

of land to graze one nails left to build.a small chicken: Governor Marshal of Indiana, with the comptroller! general, it
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cow on tfie Texas cattle' range. coop. cost John M. Slaton $12,760.61 to Chipley Citizens Gladly Test
candidate for vice-president on
Florida! is,the place to raise cattle the Democratic ticket, pays this makehis campaign tor nomina- and Confidently Recommen (
; As we look around and takecognizance tion fpr governor of Georgia and Doan's Kidney Pills. ,
tribute to his mother; nIt '\
.t .. .F- of the signs'of the "I think back through the he.will receive as salary for the is'teatimony like the following

A' economic proposition,' times we find they all point to the years, the lean and the 'fat* the two years he is governor, only has placed Doan's Kidney Pills SI< j

purely'. .d', simple, good roads inevitable advancement and de.. $10,000. NQ thank you, we don't above competieors. When people r ,
good.and the bad ones, to my ear- here at home raise their vaice Ih
abpnld\ appeal to man in velopment Washington county. care to be governor; it costs. too '
eyery liest recollection, I see a woman there Is no room left for don 6l; 'i '
Was: 'injtpc unty and the whole You can witness it now in prog- with an eye that flashes swift as I much. .. the statement of a Chipley cttlsen. ; '.I i
state of Florida. ress in every town and commu- an archangel's'wing and a mouth Mrs. A. E. Helton Chipley ,

... nity. The person who doubts_____ I District Registration. Officers. says: 'The public statement I ,
that with laughter
breaKS .ana .
Statistics show that the American the great future for Washington hardens at sight of wrong, sing- The; following district registration three Kidney years Pills ago was recommending entirely torrec D' I II

', f bier has $40,000,000,000invested county must indeed be a dyed in- ing lullabies; a woman, who with officers have been appointedfor gladly confirm it; This remed t

in his business, and that the-wool pessimist.. .. hand grasping the Unseen Hand, the several precincts in Washington never give relief' When. v| t
he'ilrr: >d\fe '$%5OOOOOO) of new' walks the briar-bordered paths: i county. 'Thebooks in occasion to use it.**
Good roads will reduce the cost On 2, 1908 I 4
May Mrs. Helton 5
we 1nrfy: d 4f of life unashamed, unafraid, un-I each precinct will be kept openat .
"A member of family bad /
of living because the products of I my a j
least two days week from the
harmed.. She is clad garments attack of typhoid fever, which._h ,
the country-everything we eat first Monday in September to the
It Io6ksas: the whole'country ot beauty to me, and age does not in October. kidneys disordered. After that I t
and wear-must be marketed over Saturday
\ '''Woodrow ; hardly ever free from backache,1
isllo'\kfd61.. to Wilson. soil them nor years make them Dist. No. 1. Registration Officer.
the Statistics
public highways. -
Evep progressive' republicans! in rheap or tawdry. Her tongue is Dist. No. 2. C. L. Nichols. lesat work caused a | 1
show that it costs about 27 DUt. No. 3.Dlst Walter Pennington. feeling. -A relative i4 yised a 1
th .West organizing clubs to without guile, having never been
cents per ton per mile to hautthe No. 4. A. W. Gainer. Doan's Kidney PillJ nd,this
assist in bis''election.hUj .. the messenger of a lie. It is seventeen Dlst. No. 5. Chas. Armstrong. obtained at McQeachy d
.. products of the farms. This can was
''-. ? Dlst No. 6. S. A. Wesley
years since her soul went Bowen. drug store. It's usifbroughi| |
s&V be. cut to 10 cents per ton per mile Dist. No. 7. J. 1 I
Scientists 1 at John Hopkins Home to.God and her fingers be- Dlat. No. 8. L. S. Armstrong. from pain and soreness; and act| a
if good roads the rule. Good .
were DUt. No.. Robert Nixon. '
tonic to the whole sf rr>
think came for me the fingers of an, angel *
University.Baltimore, they roads are the greatest investmentany Dist. No 10. O. C. Parker. '
For sale all \de lera.
k { ( Dist. No. 11. G. W. Joonson. by ))
but have not forgotten all
have 1. ot '
discovered a preventive community Can make.WfUSfU.. Dist. No. 12. J. M. Simmons. cents. :Fo.ter-Ml1bur". *iCo.; 1
.tuberculosis.. Their. experiments & I I said. She told me there was ,,a Dist. No. 13. P. N. Hutchison. New York, pole \ r thel rJ
.u. i-r* iv < .f. Dist. No. 14 T, F. Tiller. ag.\
BO Tar have been entirely satis- Santa Claus, and I believed her. States. 3
'facTor'yl.tb'ey'say.Jacksonville, I I He no longer brings'me drums Dist.Dist. No.No. 15.16.. J.E.J.M.Cox.Newman. Remember the nanM>; Daa|
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fifes but
..' .. .n. bring me Dist No.. 17. W. B. Gray.: take no other. .,; i '
my mother and the music of Dlst. No. 18. J. J. Kronmiller.
The Metropolis I Lee Jones came in from Chip- that angelic chorus which sangat Dlst. No. 19. W. G*.'Hlnson.H. '
ey and other points Saturday. creation's dawn and at the Dlst.,No. 20. L, Bowen. Notice to the Pictr. ng
says: "If the farmers'of theN I Dist. No. 21. J. S. Melvin. J' "
4il" Sreidtie profits' to be de- W S. Jones and wife were mingling i hour of man's, redemption. Dist. No: 22. Robert Lambert. 'Owing, to the greatly: in .sed :
Dist. No. 23. C< C. Mills. ,;
rived from land in the South, he with friends here Monday.Sam Dist. No. 24. Henry Chestnut. interest in my KUDZU 1 11 loess
would pawn his clothes, if necessary The Panama City Pilot speaksa Dist. No. 25. M. L. Harmon. Pleas' Studio wille'clos! ., /item I
and Henry Carter, pros- big truth when it Dlst. No.'26. James Yates, Sr. '
great says: August 5th to Septembe
to get to Florida. Dist. No. 27. W, M. Wilson.J. ib
farmers south of town
perous "Washington county-is going to C. dr-LEAS "
were callers here Saturday.: secure more permanent settlers ,Supervisor of Rogistration. I cbi FJa.

Washington county is destinedto from this winter's influx 1.,_ .
The rain the past week was fa- of tourists -

be one of the most important vorable' to velvet beans and other and immigrants into Florida Studebaker', wagons-a car load Wells & SharnST ,b'' Daly

tountiea in the whole state of fall crops, but bad for cotton' than any other county in the of 'em---at the hardware-store of the; very best mefst,.anI. I at lI' :

Florida. Development of thecounty's State. Du Dunn-Coletnan. I reasonable prices for cal
wonderful resources The stork visited the home of -, \

and is' E. S. Tiller, west of town, Satur-
natural advantages now ,.
just beginning day night and left them a son.

.. J. E. Cailey of Chipley, was a roL E .

Sunday visitor here. He was I '

press Knowing as a factor the in power the upbuilding of the- here to see his little daughter:! p A DAINTY BEDROOM '!

Esther who with her
of a town, the citizens of Eus- ts grand- ,
mother Mrs McMillan.The .
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have raised $15,000 to put into -
,a thoroughly up-to-date plant Wausau Lumber Co. has 1 Is one furnished with a set of our newest' be

!for_the Eustis Lake Region, the completed its large 2-story store, room furniture. For the woods are the: pre!

weekly published there and. are filling, it up with mer- .
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\ chandise; it will be the largest

The state tax commission, establishment in this part of the "seen. ;

composed of W S. Jennings, T. county. They will. place some ., We shall be proud to show this furniture

L. Clarke and E. S. Mathews,appointed pool tables upstairs.A. -', "' y ? if _-_- you.and. extend a most. cordial, r invitation. to v

by the last legislature, to B. Griffin, an' aged Confederate ,8' ry' to come.and view it. You'll be as' pleased
suggest constitutional amendments veterans died, at the home of J v I
and changes in the laws of his son, south of town, Sunday. the-prices as you'a;' bound to be with the f j

,the state with a view of relieving lIe will be long remembered by """ niture.

'the unequal burden of taxation, all who knew him for his indus;

'has issued invitation to each tax trious habits and, quiet, honest Chipley Furniture Company!

assessor in Florida to meet in life"he lived., He leaves an aged t.

convention in Jacksonville on wife,and number of grown children Railroad Street. Chipley. Fla. i if

,:'September 26, to discuss this tax- : to moura.hls demise, all of

"ation question. whom have our !sympathy. m

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II. Subject Have "Been Stimulate, !: The' power of Islam was founded c : # ,

Barber by the Boyish Personality o1;' ,npon the Koran, and the Koran to t ,1

Spain's Rulers 'the natives of Nigeria was at once '
Shop. t l' the'constitution, the charter and the

Klhg Alfonso of Spain, who oeI&, bill of right. It was often overlooked ; '

trated his twenty-sixth birthday re.lently aa ,that Islam not ?
was only a religion ; .. Otttf
: -Jtto.Waltlng. ,' is certainly the most versatile but a social system; that to ,

nonarch hit country ever possessed,, at'-oV the religion, waif to attack the

.3 Barbers 3t ind he has done>much.thoroughly to> fabriov upon which society: reposed,
.' \, waken his dull>Jecb' to the need<< of : the fabric was to /
,- .,. Everything Up-to-Now. ,the twentieth century. -SUacI: We must then ?
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pea- anything to i ..
44 Shave, ... . 15c.' tonality, there is a human side, to. mine the constitution of our Nigerian in _
A handsome new style .
.1"Hairculting, . : 25c
,, . .. Sing Alfonso that appeals strongly : subjects by introducing legislation .
:\ Shampoo, .. ...n,2Scsi Diamond Special Grade
L Massage . .. : . 25c. to everyone. In many ways he,iu so, and Judicial machinery which our $3.00

::' Hair Singe, ..,. ./. 25". >yiah, impressionable, so nncon 'did. not and could not prove a sub that will give the finishing _

rentional. stitut ,f what"they already had.hectur .- touch to costume, '
". W e Slicit Your Patronage.Very or any ", : :"
Not many years ago the king'*sis* by R. D. Morel In London.
.. Respectfully tor intrusted him with the purchase Most,Abundant) of Substance. This. i is only one of our new pattern, j r;i.

: W. D. Peters, Propr. if a hat, and his majesty spent the Oxygen constitutes one-third of the Ask your dealer to show you his styles of', .,'; '

better part of an hour in a shop'try;* solid earth, nine-tenths of water and '
Ing to make a selection for the infanta pne-flfthi of the atmosphere and Is the, Diamond Brand Shoes. He should have( I
: FAKttlOR most abundant of all substances r
., .. them in all grades, at all prices, for men
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!' '. fonso suggested that as he and hb Why, OpinIon. Differ.It as well as. for, women and children; ,0 .

\ -: Crown and Bri Jtfq i Work a Specialty. sister so much alike what were, not best thai we should all .
were '.
I t think alike; it Is difference of opinion BRAND .
I s' < ALL WORK would suit him would also suit her.' that makes horse races.-Pudd'nhead ',8 Cr.sltlJEN KEHS .

'p o' over Chipley (State: Bank. fie then gravely tried the toque* on Wilson. 1 ,

I 4 _;- .... .1, I II his own head, till he came upon on* lYE AIAKE AfORe Five S//0 S THAN ANrOTiZR ,

;: The New York.Vorld.. that took his fancy. Chief 'Users pip 1t4u..51/ TI'/E JJ'Esr

I ,: '.. Thrice-a-week Eedltion.. 'Whether the infanta was equally About one-third,of the 'world's prod. ..'. -, J.
satisfied the story does not telL-' uct of pig iron is accounted for in the S
I :0-: Answers. United Kingdom. United States and '
I The Thrice week World hopes to he Qermanyv FARQUHAR MACHINERY CO.'
In loos a better paper than It has ever

.; w, been before and It has made Its arranReinents EXTREMES. Running; up and low n stairs, sweeping 431 E. Bay Stt-eot,
accordingly' Its news service'COT' and bernting over making bed will not JACK.SONVILL F, LORIDA,
'I"' ers the entire globe, and It reports every "You told make a woman healthy or beautiful. She
not to hide
thing fully, i promptly knd accurately. It me' my lightunder must !pet out of doors, walk a mile or two Largest stock of Machinery 4'4't'

., I la the 0111I1aper. not a dally, which Is as a bushel. / said the energetic every day and take Chamberlain's Tablet. in Florida for saw mills and t
f .good as a dally and which will keep yOU 4 candidate.. to Improve bar dlccestlon regulate bet
I I... 'as completely Informed' of what Is hap.penlnlthroulhollt "Yes," replied the sage adviser. bowels. For sale by.All Dealers. TT planing mills.EARQUHAR.

the world. '"But I'didn't tell you to go to the .. ; MACHINERT
The Thrlce-a. week World la fair In Its ,
Apolitical reports. You can !get the truth other extreme and imitate the con AN INSINUATION! has been built for 57, years! ;

r tfrom Its columns, whether you are a Re- that kicked over the lamp and start _. 1 t ;t more built today: than'any-oth

I [P.lIbllcan'or.Demo, at, and that Is what ed the Chicago fire." er. Let us fell you why: .
4 1,
you want.A Y
+ spoolat feature or the ThrlceawecUWorld Send for catalog,and,price.
Useful Him. '
[ has always been Its setjal ''fiction k .
The swindler Is convinced that sot
ll'tpiibllshcs novels by the best authors InKhe honest man 1s the noblest work ol a W. MILTON, :r.(. DEKLE, P, M. (SOtfctfN.Cashier.; .
: world, roves which In book form sell) "
41'.4 .
President. Vlce-Progldeut
God. It Is hard for one swindler tt
p [for s1. s0 apiece,'and Its high standard i
get much stray from another swindler
[this respect will be maintained In the tut-
4 |tlro aa In the past. ,', : First National Bank..

'" /. +. 'T'he Thrlce-a-wcek World's regular Dally Thought.

JObscrlptlon! price Is only $1.00 per year One ought never to speak of tfc. MARI2SNNA 'FLA. >> "'

l [and this pays for ISO ,papejrs. We offer faults of one's friends; If mutilates -. .,'
[this unequalled newspaper and 'Ihn Ban them. They can never be the san
fer together for ono year for fl.05. The afterward.-William Dean Howells. ,

[regular subscription price of the two papers Solicits,, Accounts of'Banks Corporations, Firms ana Individuals. ,
Is 13 00.
/ : ,Few Fo.lgn.r. In British Army.It Our twenty years experience In the banking business enables. to offer
la. said, there were only four for you the best banking facilities of any bank In West Florida, We'alsoi have a '
fully equipped Savings Department In which we pay irterest on deposits. Accounts .
the British last
"leners in year
: by mall handled as easily ai by personal interview. ".
An article that au real merit should In Send us your business.

to write far our con: fldentiul letter before applying time become popular. That such is tbe 9 F. M. GOLSON, Cashier.yOU
for p t"tjt ma, be worth money, case with Chamberlain's: Cough Remedy
Wo promptly obtain U, t).and Foreign
has been attested by many dealers. HereIs ,
PATENTSliotnand one of tnem. II. W. Ilendrlokson, Ohio Softy-How vewy dweadful pa- '

Calls Ind, writes. "Chamberlain's Cough went must feel when theah off '
a..1 MARKS or "tarn ENTIRE -
tnraey'a fee. .13.end moo"-1Ik..I.b; Remedy Is the best for cough: colds and spwing ig born an idiot, doncher- ?
or liotnand we Bead. an IMMEDIATEFREE and Is best seller." For sale by WAN1JOO
:: report on .pnUntabiUtj.: ; We glv oroup, my know.
the belt legal service and advice, and our All
indeed. have
charge are moderate. Try no. healers. Grace-Yes, always .
,SWIFT & CO., HOW SCENT )18-MADE. felt sorry for your parents.Few That question will be asked you almost daily by business men seeking 'ors
Patent Lawyers services 1 if qualify-take Draughon Trains --andshow ambition toVrinelone -'.
Opp. U.S. Patent OfficeWashington, if any, loan met with More BANKERS indorse DRAtTGHON'S Colleges than aH on i i 04 1 1',. 1.
There are sever le methoda of making tbe unlfoim success that has attended tbe ness colleges COMBINED. 43 Colleges/ In 18 States. International n.:putnt tu I. Nnaeklnr
scent. The cheap and nasty !!:. Typewriting'FrnmaniiblD. Enjrllnlt.flpelllnir. .Arithmetic, Loltftr TViHlrfr .a.'nr.eLawFRklaesillsry
waj use of Chamberlain's Colic: Cholera and : br nehr Good rOtiI1IQN.t: OUAKANTELDBookkeeping under reasonable
promptly obtain t1, e atut Foregn is by mixing chemicals together tc Diarrhoea Remedy The remArKable cures Bookkeepers nil over Hom SlvfIy. T/tottsumts of bankrn; .

counterfeit the odor of flowers. Toil of colic and diarrhoea which It has effect the United States say that Drauyhon's lens bookkeepers, and stenoy upl.' i >'
ed In almost every neighborhood have New System of Bookkeeping saves them holding good positions! u ;.hl1o rGa .d,
13_ how the low-priced and inferior given it a wide reputation. For sale by. from 25 to SO per cent in work and worry. taking Draugbon'a IJonjo; I I Ilcb\ >'.' ,
scents are derived from the flower All Dealers., > Shorthand. Practically U. 8,' official CATALOGUE. For prices on>linec)n'l
< themselves. The blossoms court reporters write the System of BY MAIL write JNO e. l>'svi;u: > a
{lien<1 model..aetrhor rl:oto ctin"..utioDor'frooreport are spread ,...... .ter.. .; -- Shorthand Draughon Colleges teach President, Nuhvlll8, Tenn. For frr*.1 cq.talogna -
<'' on rmtpntutility:' Vor frre book I( on glass' thickly coated with pure Why Because they know it {le, the best. oil couisew4"C72 ./?, Wr'to
('Ho-vtobecuroTQl 'II.I write "
'Patent*itn.J I ] >*klilMniVOpposito i< to grease and exposed to the sun. Ai DIIAUGIION'S PRACTICAL BUSINESS: COd-I G "..J ,."

: they wither'the flowera jjre removed Boys Copy Desperado* Exploits. Jacksonville Fla,er Atlanta. Ca., or MoWlo or Moots'>.:> ,-;' !' (la;". *tuJOCr

0' and replaced again aria again b) The notoriety given to Bonnot has .
1 fired the Imagination of an eighteen-
fresh ones until the grease has become year-old boy named Flrmln Ldcardles; CCXX"GX JOGXjC U U6. *>C

) U. S. Patent Office j 'charged with the fragrance living in the FreL \ town of Maurs ; ,.....

WASHINGTON D. C., Another process is by constantly infusing In tbX"central department of Cantal.

< flowers; in oil, and a third b) nIt'lad, who has been reading the Neat Printing"W .

I : steeping them in ether. This last exploit. of the band resolved to imitate .
Real Hlflh Jumpers In Africa. Bonnot" lie armed himself the Creates iniprc pf
method is the most expensive of all, n good .i :
hatchet and ,
I The sensation canned by George I I'I' other day; with a a gun
'' Do riDe, the Stanford university eta and producc 'the finest results. B} got possession of some cartridges and

-'I'i e dent who has been smashing high- the way, you may like to know thai then barricaded himself in his room g among correspondents
jumping records, calls to mind the some of the best kinds of scented refusing to leave It. "You will haveto II
.1 ,_ high jumping\ seen recently hy the soapsare' made from the flower- dynamite me as they did Bonnot," and helps to give'your.bus: -
duke of Mecklenburg during a trip he cried. Finally the gendarmes were '
scented grease. After all the scent sent for, and as they were surrounding iness
:. through the German Eaat African pro- prestige. .
..., .
has been extracted from U tit: :
tectorate. An account of It Is given possible the house the boy fired at them. Ills

In the Geographic Magazine. The by steeping' it in spirits it is still next exploit was to escape from an do Neat '
jumpers were oC the Watussl tribe fragrant enough to make toilet soap attto window, and he fled to a neigh "VQ Printing j 11
"a tall, well-made people with aa almost boring wood where, after a long hunt, i"'fat

ideal physique" their ,stature he was found making cartridges in a Reasonable Prices., ; .. VL, .
eleven and thicket. Three young ruffians also attempted .
ranging from "five feet a One That l I. Visible. .
halt inches to 'seven feet two and a to seize a motor delivery van g Ban .
"Has his family got a skeleton in its er Job ,Officp
half inches. The exactness of the :figures near Nancy by cutting through the
closet"I don't know about what .
F indicates that the duke did not .they've got in the closet but pneumatic tires, but they took to . .. .. .
depend on guesswork and estimate.In flight without the car alarmed by the
in hobble skirt I"
got one a
cries of the chauffeur.InMUtte..
any case the Watuasl can jump in ,
proportlqn to their .height -the best

performer cleared eight feet and five TUB AI!!:#" WHO 8UCCKEDas Physicians Advisethe w
inches. Even the Watosat "kids*' got }

'* over the bar at a height 'of fire-rest. beads of large-enterprise are demands men or Title-Rardvp bought his wife ma- use of a gooOlaxatlve, to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigested
Success today
The conditions are, thus, described bJ'I great energy. chine. food from gettlnginto your system.
et I health. To all Is to lall. Its utter folly for Tattle-Touring, talking; sewing or The latest product of science Is VELVO ,
the duke: "A, line which could be Laxative Liver Syrup, purely vegetable, gentle,
rallied or lowered at wffl was stretched a man to endure a weak, run down, ball uhIDC1-.Judge. reliable and of a pleasant aromatic taste.! Velvo acts on the liver, as well as on Ux
between two Blender trees standing 1 alive condition when Electric Bitters will FOHOET stomach and bowels, and Is of the greatest: possible efficacy In constipation\Indigestion, "
on an incline. The athletes bad'' to put him right: on his feet Iff short order. biliousness. sick headache, feverishness, collc.flatulence; etc. Try VF J.
your bottle*did me more good than soy oth according science are the things aunoclahxl -
run up to this and Jump from a small 1 :
er medicine I ever took, write Chas B. Allen with! our early borne life, such a.lluek i
termite heap a foot. in height" But the LAXATIVE
,SylvanJa' ,Oa. After years of suffering lies Arnica Salve, that ,motber or irand.
termite heap's tbe rub a foot off the
with rheumatism,liver trouble and stomach mother used to cure our burn, bolls Mlaldssoras.
that Still the Germans
record. mean&. YE [ V
ought to send post, the War disorders and deranged kidneys,' I am skin eruption. cuts, sprain,bruises 0

tuMl country" for, ,a- couple: of big again,thanks to Ktoetrle: Bliiers,' sound Forty years of cures prove it. merit. Un- :SYRUP'
jumpers and.> tnefaade them In ,jbfli sod<< well. Try them; only 60cat 8! IC MoGeaoby. rivaled for pile., corns or cold. sor.., Only LIVER
,Olympic ,team j ; I SBC at 8 K: McGeaoby.

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r What Happened .o Yoong Otrt Wbe Life SaverIn
,1I.reli Director I DM Mot Know Dawaera Hid-
U. E. Church South.-Preaching every JOB.
.... la Wins Cap .r
at and and 8unba, at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.It. .: a letter from Branch-
II. Cbapoells, Pastor.
Sabbath School a. m. W. N. Sheats,:1 EH* VM Jusrt. ntO girt-M rears. land, W. Va., Mrs. Eliza-
8n .rintendent. Prayer Meeting Thursday nights. I oC New Yam all Might restaurant suffered from womanly
Young Men's prayer meeting TOAIII"1aj"btfhts. I
I D Everybody: cordially ln.' 'Behind her cabaret stn&era brayed troubles nearly five years. PRINTING
through their aonga. A myaaA .f HrelyvIoUiM All the doctors in the coun

Baptlat Ohurch-Preachll JI shtkjawfl and rc ape& Now and ty did me no good. I took
',1 and 4th Bandar. Rev. Bart .. then UM daxter* twisted and writhed
_t, sabbath School a. m., K ... k.I. their way through th wurow aisles Cardul, and now I am entirely .
.'..... Sapsrlnteneeut. well. I feel like a '
.. and the men and wonaaa' at the tables
I. Prayer Meeting Wedaes Cjr :k> atop a Itttle stralghtM- and bough new woman.
: :: .
J lifel! All who'suffer :'
more wln a. Outside rem was) tailing my :.
::1'!; ',?.."I-J;:, ..toSSe. Directory. drearllr. from womanly trouble Creates a good impression .', '
Office hoan'1:30 7:00 p m.; except ,
: should Cardui a trial"e61 .' .
1 .. Sundays Within an irae warmth end animation give .

... ,. :\'' ,. fisst-boand mall closes at 10:20 a.m and clamor. The Bttto girt wets among your,.:. correspondents :
unoved to It, perkap Her akin still ''' ".-
., Westbound mall closes at. 5:10: p.m. f'
'r ". Mail from Vernon arrives-at. 10 a. m.. bore the dear tint of Tooth and perfect and helps !!
and leaves on arrival of the east bound health. Her cheeks had not lost koCARDUITho t 'i4j '.
_, ., mall. that curve whfch perBtote until na to give your business .
f+; :: tiucday hours: 11:30: m., to 18:30 p. m., turlty la 'reached. :Her agree Were big '. '.' ::"..,
!h Money Orders Issued at all hours when and round, and she watched fbe scene prestige. '
!, office Is open except Sundays.J ,. I with far move' of totereat than stie -

ii' "i 1", P HCUEL.L P. MOa gave' to her table makes. Nov and Woman's Tonic

then the Udca>Doa.d man with her demanded --
t" 50 of have
l 'CI.bblr LI.&. her attention, and she gave. years proof

"I' BABJVKB and Semiweekly Atlanta him a perfunctory; glance and smite. convinced those who testedit

,""' .Journal, per year 175. She drank: her wine with an snrtdttywhtefc that Cardul quickly relieves We Do Neat Printing .
:. ., B.a.Nan and Thrice s-week New York betokened tneaverhsnce. Tbe aches and pains due 3
; ';". ., '. World per year, 11.65. other: women at her- table sipped their "**
:.1; BANITBB and Beml-weekly_Tlmea-Un- wtoe cafefofly. They kaeer tt... dagera. to womanly weakness,and 1. At Reasonable Prices. "

-, n and Citizen, per year, 150. helps nature to build up

.J" a''': t,; BAJINXB and Home and Farm, per year Suddenly> without a word, the mite weak women to health and
r";, '1.85 girl tell from her chair to the floor

r .'. -:, I She fell heavily. Inertly, aa a log might strength. Thousands of
1 I tall The bard laeed waiter rushed to women have found Careful

: ,. QeneralJDirectory. carry her Into a dressing room. Tbe ,
to be a real life saver.
I : .. STATE OFFICIALS. party at her own table ordered more Give next order I
us your
wine and talked louder. Why not test it for your "
; Governor-Alber W. Gllcbrlst. sW
Tboee who sat near forgot the Indo ? Cardui '
case Take today and will
we give you perfect .
Secretary of State-H. Clay Crawford dent, until ten perhaaa fifteen mu> ,

Attorney General- Park Trammel! via had passed. Then they saw the satisfaction, thus '
.Com' Agriculture A. McRae. child her eyes glased wtth drtok.: barely
> M.e to stead npoa bar feet her hal : '
Trea.urer-J. C. LunlD of
making you one our
awry, her cost flartng open above be* ,
; J '7 Supt. Public In.trudlonW.)1 Hollo- CRUEL SPORT "
tawdry BtOe bodice, wtth Ita deeply
..., .. wa,. scored V at the neck, being led down : regular customers. > ,
J. .. Knot*., I ';', .
,' ,; r Comptroller-Wm "V. the aisle a waiter oa eAber.sde. Tbe

,! ;' !,N:'. Supreme Court-Thos. M. Shack leford, door wa opened and ape was thrown ..
.. : 't, \ Chief Jnstio, ; M. H. Mabry. Clew.Ballroad oat upon the street Bore the double.Iea. : ," ,. .. ,
Iw-::'' CommUsfon-B. Hudson Burr, ..* of the door dosed those sfUlna
.I., .( .."f.. ., .'
b i within caught a floating gUmpae of the
Chairman B. C. Dunn, Clerk.
:: 1' ; ..
( long gray shafts of rain ,si sUn$ .. .
h' Judge ninth judicial circuit-W. U THE
.! downward' under the clue of an
Price, Marlanna
'f lights, hissing Into the puddles Flub I 4
;,. ,;.;ft : State Solicitor:>> ninth l judicial circuit- Bred on the gleaming eobbl.e.f .. '
-,: :! L. Wilson. :

'I...;,.} __ 3 CHI P L BANNER

,: p4"-- U. S. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS. you knew of tbe real value of Camber- ,
lain' Liniment for lame back, soreness ol r
I 4 j. ;'\." H. S. Chubb,Begliter, Gainesville Fla. the muscles, sprains abd rheumatic pains

/Shields: Warren, Receiver, Gainesville )ou would never wish to be without It. For F ae
t'}' y ;, sale by All Dealer Chipley,

Circuit Clerk-W.C. hockey, Vernon. CONGO BREAKS HIS TUSKS
+ County Juduo-O.Crocker Vernon .
; Sheriff O. G. Allen
gyp Chlpley.
Pigmy Elephant In New York Zoolegoloal
Trea.uter-B. B. Tiller Vernon.
Park Has a Most Uniontunate
; fax: A..aor-J. J. William, Chipley.I .
I i-'% Tax Collector-W. B. Gainer KconnnaSnpt. !: -Aooldent Hooter Jones captured every fly I High Class Saw Mill Machinery.
.. Public Instruction-B. F Gainer,
that his He didn't let
Wausau. In some unknown manner Congo, came way. We carr.. atour new warehouse 40R
(Supervisor of Registration. M. the pigmy elephant in the New York ne escape him. and 410 East" Bay St., a large stock of

:;.; /Simmons: Greenhead. Zoological park, lost eight inches of Miss Novlsse-How cruel I Why Portable an 1 Stationary Engines; Locomotive '

Count follcltorA. D. Carmichael, his tusks recently, The pieces were wasn't he playing ball Instead of i1 and Horizontal Return Flue
Boilers Saw-Mill, Planers, Edgera,
Cblplfy.\ found in his enclosure by one of the chasing harmless Insect F ar t Saws, Beltingand Mill Supplies) also

County Survtyor"-Thos. Collins, Caryvllle keepers when he went to feed Congo, engine and saw-inlll repair.. We also
Fla.County: 1 handle the celebrated line of HUST
I' Commissioners and it was seen that the tusks had The Implicit confluence, that many people LERTAYLOR.VA1CE.AMRER-

J. T. Hlgbtower Chairman: Vernon. been cracked for some distance. The have In Chamberlain' Colin, Cholera ICAN and DELOACH Saw Mills,
and tMarrhoea Remedy U founded oa their ERIE, LEFFEL, TAYLOR and
:. A. C. Gilbert Chlpley. authorities are at a loss to know experience in the use of that remedy and SOUTHERN Engine and Boilers, PERKINS Shingle Mill Machinery. Spe-
k S. L. Davis,.Wansau. how the accident, but think 'Congo their Knowledge of the many remurkbale cial Stave Machinery for Turpentine Plant

'j J. H. Porter Mlllvllle. rot his tusks in between the bars of: euros of colic diarrhoea and dysentery thatIt Large stock carried for immediate Shipment. Get our prices before buying-
U. F. Gnnn, Santa Rosa. We can save A will
you money. postal bring our Traveler.
1 has effected. For sale All Dealers.
f his and a sudden wrench by.
'r'r School Board cage gave Write for literature covering your special requirement
r rr :
I G. B. Bush Chairman Orange' Hill and snapped them off. "It was a -..... JVloIstoy Machinery Co.

d'' S. J. Gainer, St. Andrew. most unfortunate accident," laid the Very Fond of Smith.
,tl. W, F. Buss Vernoo. curator, "because, although only six "You are fond of Smith, aren't your 408 ft 410 E. Hay St. Jacksonville Florida
Lon" Dlmtano TttHon .
No. SKY'S.Here's
-- tad half feet high, Congo had tusks
"He hasn't much charaoterr"No.
ag OHIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS. nearly sixteen inches long. He' is ." '

Mayor-A. D. Campbell. the only pigmy elephant In "
Jlal'lbal-.John captivity, "His manner. are bearish.
Roberts and would not believe Tea." a Good for
Y clerk and Trea.urer-W. W, Cook. many persons Slogan

Council-W. O. Butler, Jr. chairman, he was a pigmy pachyderm until he "He Is."dulL""True. ,

X4 + '; A. D. Cannlcnael, A. A. Myers, C. E. bad grown such big tusks. We have
"Then what do find attract and Better..IJusiness.
''I" ;. Tbarp.. R.McGeachy, wound tape around the ends of the Ire In him?" yon so a Bigger .

." tusks until brass knobs can be placedon "He has
'... never asked me for a -
; "t ". .. .. .. "."."6"..". '."."
them to prevent further!splitting. tHrg. X -v >:"> *

5 : j"The: Banner It[ must have, taken a great strengthto 'DON'T BLOCK' THE .WAY I

snap the ivory tusks.NATURAL The Pn>>Gf.. a I

',; ,. Governor Dix. apropos of the mini :
; :;;:.ti.t Move as fast as the procession move out. Take tbe
.. .: .'"' bill that he recently vetoed, said at a. \ .
., .. .1.t.. QUBRY. dinner party In Albany: company
pace.'of the you are in or make way for:.the manbehind.
Chipley Fla.Stiidr "We don't want New York's milk .
The late Gen. I"'. D. Grant, when you know, to return' to the condition .." ,.' .
discussing ''military neatness, used that once characterised It." : .' .

for tnt tpbulldla of often to tell a story about his father UNCLE EZRA; SAYS Don't stand-in- the way of new ideas. Don't pause in the

f y'Jy 1i; ? Chf.pley, "My father was talking to General I h don't take more'n a gill r-t effort to IPt path of better system. Don't settle down on the ladder of
Sherman in his tent one day* he folks Into a peck of troub.e and a little neg'leek .
would begin, "when a third general of constipation tHIiousneis, Indiges- success. Don't he a barnacle on the ship of preeress.Changelmeans .

Washington County. entered, a brigadier notorious for him tion or otbea liver derangement will do' the
8ameIf ailing take Dr. Kings New Life
.. slovenliness. After :
And Florida! the brigadier Pills tor quick result. Easy, safe salt,, progress rP ngress'pteapsadpancement:
,. I Ix left my father blew forth a cloud only 25H at 8 JU: McOeaohy.

\ .of smoke and said; I _. Advancement means movement. MOVE!

Subscription, $1 Per Year. 'Sherman I wonder whom that 60 YEARS'EXPERIENCE

man gets to wear his shirts the :flraJ: DON'T BLOCK '
.. week P'MANY"

p .. ,
..t Wt nakc Spectaltylof: -- : DRIVEN FROM HOME.!: 1

,'. -' Every year, in many parts of the oountry : -
',:)): Neat, \ thousands are driven from their homes by
.. coughs and long diseases. Friend.and bus. 'I DESIGNS AD.
:, Artistic ness are left behind for tther pllmates, but COPYRIGHTS .
0.Anyon.endln.ak.teh.ndd..cilpEdmmq .
.. c r Attorney at Law
: Notary Public State
I' bts Is and not better at Large.
" 1' costly always sure. A ::
: ..
(.. : '' '. ,Commercial quickly unruia our opinion fr wohaher as .Collection* a Specialty.
Printingu .
' '' way, tbe way multitudes, is to use eiau.l4Mtl"r.AL\tAble. ,
aPuatm4 All business
: ; : ., Dr. Uldat ..... entrusted to Fin
v : Kings New Discovery and cure yourself Mnt f re* a.. for ourlntfMtanu. ChIpley
; at home. Stay there, with your friends and Patent taken throu.h / 4 tSTreoelT*
, 4'N.{;; will
. .. qwHainotlc* without GII. ** I.the my care have my prompt
'" ...r,,. .,.>,. tate this safe medicine. Throat and lung
-" { The Banner troubles find quick reliefand\ health return Scientific Jlmcricama attention. Fees reasonable.Can .

J't'j: < It help coughs, colds, grip, croug, whoopng I' om.'ly ItlTMtnitad ....,,. largest dr. .D J J. JONES.
,''i i t cough and sore lung make It.a positiveblessing artfonrmonths.of any Mlentma"- SoMbjiBl Journaj i. ntwxloalm.Term*.S}a be found at Post Office

; ..:' Fla. BO and $I. Trial bottle. (free; gnar- isranu t ."'8" .*r New Jtttorn ;y>A<-Law,

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Notice of Election. with"Initiative the Secretary Petitions"Of .State:and shall not loss be than filed Notice of Election ., .. ... .".. ......".

-- four (4) months proceeding tho date of -o-- .I

WHEREAS The tho election at which tbe measures so To the of
legislature of 1911, Sheriff Washington County
under the Constitution. of 1883 of the proposed are to be voted upon, and all of the State of Florida:

Htataof; Florida, did pass three Joint the Referendum submitted shall under be known the power as ";Referendum of- Be It Known, That I, II CLAY: CRAFORD. ,-,- 1 Wire Fe
proposing amendments to Petitions", and shall be filed f Slate. of the State of ce
the Constitution of the taryb
State of Florida
and the same were of, with the Secretary of :State not more Florida do y give notice that a : "i11
agreed; to by a vote
thrno-nftha\ of all the members elected to than sixty (00) days after the final adjournment General Election I

each house; that the votes on said Joint .of the session of the Legislature Will be held "T Washington CountyJStato : -
Resolutions wore entered noon their. 're- which shall have passed the measure of Florida! on Tuesday next succeeding, ,
spective Journals with tho yeas and to which the referendum applied, the first Monday In November, A. D. 1018,
thereon. the filing of a Referendum Petitionagainst the said Tuesday being tbo ... \\11 "
nays and they did determine '
and direct that the said Joint Resolutions any shall item or section of any act, or fifth Day of November: &11 1, qppp--: .
resolution, not prevent the remain-
be submitted to the electors of the For six (e) Presidential Electors.
der of such measure ,from becoming effective .
State the )
at General Election in Novembor ; For one Representative from tho State of
1912. Florida. at large In the Sixty-third 30
NOW, THBREFOBK I, II. CLAY CBAWroim. (6) Any measure or amendment to the Congress of the United States. I '' .1
Constitution Initiative
under the
Secretary:: of State of tho State of proposed For one Representative of the 3rd Con' r 24
and which the Ref-
Florida! do hereby give; notice that a erendum, is any applied measure shall to be referred to a gresslonal District of Florida, in .the )\ 'f:' .

General election vote of the qualified electors of the State 'Sixty-third:: Congress of the UnitedStates. 41 (Itfl if! .
will be held In each Florida shall approved --
county In on and become a law when
Governor of the State of Florida.
Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday by a majority of the votes cast thereon, ::, 4 II '
For :Secretary of :State of the :State of
in November, A. D. 1913 the said and upon proclamation of the Governor Florida. 34 \ I ,

Tuesday being the and not otherwise; For Attorney General of tbo State of 3:' ''I"" f11 !'
Fifth Day ol November ((7) The veto! power of the Governor Florida. "

for the ratification or rejection of the shall not extend to the Initiative or Ref- For Comptroller of the State ofI"lorld\lo.\ -_..____.._......... -,....a.r.,arM ......_--.r.-". _....... -
said Joint Resolutions proposing amendments erendum measures approved by a major For Treasurer of the. State: of Florida.
to the Constitution of the State. of ity of the qualified electors; For! Superintendent of Public Instruction .

Florida, viz: ((8) The reservation of the power of the of the State: of Florida. Builde'rs; !
Initiative and Referendum in this Article For Commissioner of Allrlcult re'of the Just a word Farmers: and Fence :
A JOINT RESOLUTION: Proposing an shall not deprive the Legislature of State:: of Florida. ,
Amendment to Article V of the Constitution the right; to repeal any law, propose or For one Justice of the Supreme Court of .
'of the State of Florida Relative, pass any measure, which may be consist the State/ of Florida. e ..
to the :Judiciary: Department. out wltb the Constitution of the State For! one Railroad Commissioner for the e Having made a deal for:,Ten Car. ) Load? .

UH It Uesolved by the Legislature of the and of tho United States:: ; State ot Florida..
:State of i''Gloria.:. ((0) The Legislature shall make suitable For State Senator for 2.' th Senatorial. l
Steel Wire wee
of the' Best
'rhat provisions lor carrying Into effect the District of the :State ot Florida. : American Fence,:
the following amendment to Article I
of this Section For! one Member of the House of Representatives -
V of the Constitution of the State of provisions
of the State of Iflorlda. '
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 42 of said Three (3) shall be amended so as to For :Sheriff. < '
Article V, be and the same is hereby read as follows: For Clerk of the Circuit Court.For $ .. .
agreed to and shall be submitted to the :Section 10. Each law enacted,1wheth; Prosecuting Attorney.- e than ever' before. .
electors of the state at tho general oleo er by the Legislature or by the people For County Assessor of Taxes i > -
tion to be held Oil the tirstUuesday alter under the Initiative shall\ embrace but For Tax Collector. '

the lirst Monday In November A. I>. 1913, one subject and matter connect For County Treasurer.For : Be :sure .you see us before buying wire :
for ratification or rejection to-wit subject
: ed therewith, which shall be County Superintendent:: of Public
Sec. 43. There shall be another Judge briefly expressed in the title and no law Instruction.For .' ...
of the Circuit Court of IJuval County In shall bo amended or revised to its title Count Surveyor:: : elsewhere. It means money saved: : :
addition to the Circuit Judge of the cir- only; but in such case the act, as revised, For Five County Commissioners.For r -
cuit In which said county is situated. or section as amended snail be reenacted Three Members of the County Hoardof
!Such additlonaiCircait Judge shall bo and published at length Public Instruction.For .

appointed by the Governor and contlrm- That Section :Seventeen (17)) of said Article Justice of the Peace In and for the
by the-Senate, and shall hold office for Throe (3) shall bo amended so as to following; Justice Districts, vl?: .i Hdw. Go. i
six (U) years and shall receive the same read as follows: .No. No. No. No. No. No.. Chipley <;
salary and allowance for peases as.oth.Or 1 0 11 1121 'M
Section 17. bill passed by the
( Circuit Judges, but the same shall bo Every 2 712 17 23 '

paid general by the Count said of Duval county.out lie of shall tho Its Legislature first reading shall In be either read by House its ,title unless on '4 3 8 9. 13'14' 18 1U 23 24 ....e..e..1 ....$.. $ ..

have all the powers and perform all the one-third of the members present desire 5 10' 15 20 25 .
it read sections.! bill shall be -
duties that are or may be provided or by Every For Constable In and for tho following .
prescribed by the Constitution read on three several days, unless two- Justice Districts, viz: ......-------.1 I r NEW
/Statute for.Circuit state-- thirds of the members present when such No. -
Judges r and all No. No. No No. No.
utes concerning Circuit Judges shall bill may be pending shall deem It expedient 1 0 11' 16 21 20 I
apply -
to dispense with this rule Every _
to him The distribution of the bus 2 7 12 17 22
iness of the Circuit-Court bill shall be read bv Its sections on Its I II III
of Duval County a 8 13 18 23
second reading and on Its final Advertise
passage; '
between -
the two Circuit Judges and 4 0 It 19 24
unless its second twothirdsot
the allotment on ..
or Dment of matters 5 10 15 20 21 Barber
hear the members prevent in the House Shop.tfltirwwwVw
and to be decided
cases ordered, In Testimony Whereof. I have hereunto .
shall where such bill may be pending,: shall .
tried decreed or adjudged be con set hand and affixed
trolled or made when necessary by the deem rule. it The expedient vote on to the dispense final passage with; this of the Groat my Seal:: of tho /State I In your local paper If e D!"' '''''I

Judgo of said Court who shall have the every bill or joint resolution shall be tak- -Seal.)' of .l<'lorl2aat Tallahassee,

older co-nmisslon. In force at the time. en by yeas and nays to be entered on.the the Capital 1 \, this tho twenty- .. You want results no'W-1| T. H. CALLAHAN, Propr.I .
Such additional Circuit shall ,
Judpe reside :
Journal of each House; Provided, That fourth day of August, A. D,
In Duval
County.A 1912. -
any general revision of the entire laws M
embodied In any bill shall not be required II, CLAY CRAWFORD, : : have just opened a -barbershop
JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an to be read by sections upon Its final Secretary of State.
Amendment to Article 12 of the Consti passage, and Its reading may bo wholly To C, G, ALLEN, {Sheriff Washington do I in the Dekle ld'buitding'oncorner

tution of the State! of Florida! Relativeto dispensed with by a two-thirds vote. A The advertising col- b west of First Nat. Bank] ,
Education to be Known: as !Section
malorlty of the members present In each I .
11 of Said Article; Providing for the Issuance Mouse snail be necessary -Jo pass every umns are of absorb and will ;.appreciate-a shared] of
of hands 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. ing interes't In this your barbering trade. I'gttaratn-\ ,
Free! Schools Within Such School lu :
the presidium officer of the respective County.- Chancery.
tee to satisfaction
District, and Authorizing tho Levy of a Houses and by the Secretary:: of the Senate U.:E. Carter. Complainant, 1 I you
Tax to Create a Sinking; Fund! for the and the Clerk of the House of Repre VS. > age. There the public' : I.t., ,
Payment of the Interest and Redemption sentatlves. .' Effle May Carter, Defendant. ) Shove fOc. .
of :Such $onds. finds what it needs. .' .
It by affidavit appended to "
Be It resolved by the Legislature; of ,the The votes cast in compliance with said the bill appearing filed in tan above cause that Kf- Hair Cut 25c.: "

Htatttof, Florida! : declarations ;and the canvass fie May Carter, the defendant therein Moreover, that enables .
That the following amendment to Ar-- and returns thereof, shall named Is a non-resident of the /State of .."
ticle 12 of the Constitution of the State : be subjected to the same regulations and Florida, and is ,a resident of Dothan, your publisher to I
of l'lorldlto be known as /Section 17 of : restrictions as are provided by law for County of Houston State of Alabama, i SCARLETT
Said Article, be, and the same Is hereby general; elections the State of Florida.IN over the age of twenty-one years: It I H, better R. F. ;
agreed to, and anal I be submitted to the TESTIMONY WHEREOF have therefore, ordered that the said. nonresident ; give you a pa- ,. ,. ,.
electors of the :State at the next general hereunto set my band and altix- defendant, be and Is hereby required '
election of Representatives to be held In (Seal) ed the Great Seal of the State of to appear to the bill of complaint tiled per. It gives your B Notary, Public. :S; '.
the year A. U. 1913,for rail. U cation or re- Florida, at Tallahassee, the In the said cause on or before the 20th '

jection. Capitol this the twentyfifthday day September, A D. 1912 otherwise, community a better' .
/Sec. 17. The Legislature may providefor of oJ UIY A. 0.1912. the allegations; of the said bill) will bo ta- Real Estate Handled. > :. .,

Special Tax :School Districts, to issue II. CLAY CRAWFORD, ken as confessed by the said defendant.It standing with the rea- Collections a specialty. "
bonds for the exclusive use of public free Secretary of {State. Is further ordered that this order l ho :, .

schools within any such Special Tax published once a week for four ((4)) con- ders. Office In First National Bank.. "..
:School District when ever a majority of secutive weeks 1 In The Ilander, a news-
the qualified electors, thereof who are Democratic Ticket.NA.TIONA.Li. paper published at Chlpley, County and <,-
freeholders, shall. vote In favor.of, the ISsuance State:! ns aforesaid.
of.such bonds. This, August 21st.. A. D. 1013. .- -iv. tie",jT ,
(Copy of Seal:! ) W.. C. LOCKBY.
Whenever such Special Tax :
District has voted In favor of ,the issuance For President WOODROW: WILSON. Uy S. A.. Ilempblll Clerk Deputy of Court Clerk., Sooner'or later result Attorney and Counsellor at LawBonlfayV :
of such bonds, a tax: not to exceed

live mills on the dollar, in any one year, For Vice THOMAS President J.: MARSHALL. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION; will: be soAdvertise I II F.a1'>
on the taxable property within the district .. '
voting for the Issue of bonds shall Presidential Electors: at Gainesville Interior Office in Lindsey'Building1.;*.
U. B. Land Florida.
be levied In accordance with law providing :\
for the levying of taxes to become a August 17, 1912.
fund for the payment of the Interest .and CHARLES W. CHll'J.Ey.JONEs E. JONES.. Notice Is hereby given that ,James S.:: iWProtnpt, personal: service

redemption of such bonds. LELAND J. HENDERSON. Brooks, of Southport, Florida, who, on I to clients. i..',' *
June 24th made Homestead
1911 Entry
II. C.IPARKMAN.Congressman. I
: .
Proposing; Amendments to Section On State: at Large: Serial No. 08039\ for WK of NW# Section:! '

(1)), Sixteen (HI) and Seventeen U7i of CLAUDE!: L'ENOLE. 21), Town'hlp1 south Range 14 west. Tallahassee ............,............... '
Article Three (3) of.the Constitution of Congressman Third District: Meridian has hied notice of Intention A. G. McQuagge ;
the /State of Florida! ,..Relating to Leg ls-! EMMKTT WILBON.: : to make Final Commutation --------- 1 ,
tlve Authority of the /State ot Florida.. Proof to establish claim to tho laud Mostor-'t .

lie It Resolved by the Legislature of the above described, before tho Clerk of the virtue of a decree of foreclosurefrom Notary Public: -: '
State of Flotilla ? STATE Circuit Court at Vernon Florida! on the the Circuit Court of Holmes county, \
Governor: 20th day. of September:! 1012. :Florida wherein J. J. Pelt Is complainant -
That the following Amendments to PARK T Claimant names as wltnossks: It. H. T
4JdMEJ.L. :- and N. W. McLaln and Charlotte State' at 'Lar je. f'.
Section One ((1), /Section: blxteen. (10) and
.. : T. F
Morrell F. K.
Smith .
:Section Seventeen (17) as amended, of Article :Secretary of State: all of Southport, Florida.Henry McLain are' defendants, I shall expose -,... ,.' )
Throe (3) of the Constitution ,of the II. C. CRAWFORD. S. Chubb for sale at public out-cry to tho highest :-
State of Florida be and they are hereby Commissioner Agriculture: vW cash bidder within tho legal houn. f sale
agreed to, and shall bo proposed and submitted .'A. McRAB. before tho Courthouse door in tho townof IRA A. HUTCHISOnt1Attorney
to the'electors of this State: for Uonlfay Holmes county Florida! on '
approval or rejection at the next general Treasurer. : '. :' NOTICE} ITOR PUBLICATION. Monday, the 7th day of October A. I). aULaw. : :
J. C. LUNING :. '
election hereafter that lajto say: i 'Department of the Interior 1013 tho following described real itstato. \
Section One of said Article Three Comptroller: U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Florida lying and being In the county of Washington Office at Vernon Fla;
W. V. KNOTT. Holmes Htato
: August 17, 1\112. and tho county of
((3)lows shall be amended so as to read as fol- Attorney General: Notice U hereby given that Felix! K. of Florida! to-wit: The SYVof, NEK$ of In Circuit of
: Will practice t Courts
T. F. WEST.Superintendent Fulgham of Southport. Florida, who, on Section Township 3 north, of Range
Section 1. (1) The Legislative. author. Instruction November 2. 1000, mada Homestead Entry 15 west, In Washington county. Florida, Florida and the Pecleral Courts. ,
ity of this State shall be vested in a Leg of Public : doscrlbod land In .
Serial No. 01823 for N 1 7.C bectlon 30, also the following; -
islature consisting of a Senate and u W. N. SHICATS.:: : .Range linRln-
Township 1 south, 14 west. Tallahassee llolmos county Florida to-wit:
House of Representative!!, and shall be State Chemist: ", Meridian has filed notice of Intention nlng at the Northwest corner ot Block DR. R. E. TILLER.'.
designated\ THK LECHSLATUISK OF TilE R. E.:Ross. ". to make Final CommutationProof 11.3 and running east along said block 154:

STATE OF FLORIDA, but thepeople) reserve Adjutant General: to establish claim to the land yards, and thence South 37 yards! thence DENTAL SURGEON "
to themselves power to propose J. C. ;R. FOSTER. above described, before the Clerk of the West 154 yards and thence North 37 ; :
laws and amendments to the Constitution Senator 25th District: Circuit Court at Vernon. Florida., on the yards to point or beginning said land beIng -
of the State,'and to enact' or reject A. J. McCl.ELI.AN. 90th day of September:! 1012. In section 31* '.Towusnlp, North of Chipley, Flo'r.ida.
such laws and amendments ul the
polls a Claimant names as witnesses: T. F. Range H West. .
Independent of the Legislature, and also 6.- 'l'llIertA. Morrell, James S. brooks 8. :F. Amount. of decree $47700 Purchaserto Office First Nat' Bank.c ..
reserve at their own option the power to COUNTY.Representative / Jackson all of :Southport, Florida. payfor deed. over
approve or reject at the polls 'any act, : :' j;-.. Henry S.:: Chubb H. II. WELLS, ,
Item, or section of any act or resolution L. II. HOWEI.L. ,. .Register. Special:! Master.
of the Legislature; r Clerk Circuit Court: : .
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(2) The first power reserved by the W. It, UAlifEHt Orion Lodge, No. (0( ,
j people the Initiative, and twenty (20)) Q: s. ,
per centum of t.halogal voter shall have t HENRY'FARRIOIi.; I UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Florida State College For Women. F. fr A. ivi. ..- -
the right to propose any legislative Tax Assessor ',* *

measure, and twenty-live (in) per centum D. D..DAVW.', '. ... .. ; GAINESVILLEA TALLAHASSEE Regular Communications: t econ.r
shall have the right to propone amend- Tax, Collector:" '--,. v '" ,'' ">">> Superior But l Inexpensive Institution for College uf Arts and Sciences, Normal School Saturday and ,Fourth Frldy. riight lu
ments to the Constitution by petition, il. B. Tnl.EU;.. "t J' Florida Young Men. School ol Music School of Art School ol Rxpreaiiini. each month. .,', ,'.

and every such petition. shall include the Treasurer't.. Four CoIIe_ Agricultural experiment station School: Home Economic Visiting Brethern cordially Jnvitod.V ,
full text u',the measure BO proposed; F. M. :RUSH. -": >. :*. ?. Unlyersltyesten.ion.[ 46 protawori and. assist- First equipment throughoutTultGm
fretv Other low. For information .. TAYLOR; M.W. .
ex penne very L.
Public '
Instruction Increase
((3) The second power reserved 'It the Sup. : ants. .MO per cant In attendance last address,
Referendum and It bo ordered: HORNB. year Attractive tmUdinir and campuM. For W. JONES Sec.: / '
except -
may Judge A. A. AUIRPUtEE, CONRAOI. N,
cataloaueaddres ProWtnl. Prt.ldenl.
County EDWARD _._ _
ar to law* necessary for the Immediate 55 5
preservation off public peace. health O. CROCK EB-,
and !safety, either by petitluu signed by Coonty Surveyor' J I. O., O. P. NOTICE.:
twenty (2O per ten tutu ol the legal votersor THOMAS COLL/NS. sa1baraNtursei1cs.
by the Legislature; County Commissioners: Until further-notice
(4) The percentage of legal voters J. W. TJIARP. j Satsuma _)Chipley Lodge No.' 5(", '
.Orange Grape Fruit Pecan
hereinbefore stated shall be baaed ,
upon (}. F UAINKB.
: I.. O. O. F., will meet at 7:00 p. m.
of fast
the total' number votes cast at the
W. F. lives. '
general election for the State officer receiving H J. GAINER: All Other Fruit, Ornamental. and Shade Trees. each Monday evening.

at such election tho highest; number, votes cast' Members School Hoard ._,. '; Write for Illustrated Catalogue and Prices. By order of the Lodge.
i (5) All petition submitted under the A. F. ROCKS. : 3002 Van'Antwerp Bide:. B A. RAICUFF&, N. G. v

'power of the Initiative shaObe known asA L. M.. ,tlltJJ'HBB.? Phone-Bell 3227. Mobile, A 10.. J t. E. Cailey, Arent. S. B. JtrDSON1, Secy.. < .



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H. H. Wells Elected Senator. ,

i Personal. IT ] Town Topics.Now IT
TI The special election for the selection .

of a state senator to rep- MOST

v Schedule of resent the 25th senatorial'district is the time to register.If .

B.C. 0k Qt. A. ,Rail rood.Ettectha in the special session of the leg- you know anything: tell The ANY ,

islature called to meet Oct. 1st, ,
fhb March IJ, '1912.t Banner. ,
t Train No. 1 TralnNo. dj was held Tuesday. H. H. Wells "BANK'
r0' You mend a broken reputation -
tioaLb.Latlon may
j doing Going North. the only candidate for the
LT... 11:00 a.m. Chipley S:00 p.m. Ar. bat your neighbor will 4 .. .
Utia am. Wausau 4:27 p.m. place, so, of course, was elected.
l':08 p.m. Greenhead 4:00 p.m. to keep their eye on the crack. c
y ':OB P.M. Riverside 3:54 p.m.II The people did not seem to take I
4 lad: p... Vlcksburg 8:12 p.m. II. much interest in this special election -! We regret to-note the illnessof f
Ar. 1:00 Southport 8:00 Lv.S
p.m. fashion when
after ,
Sp' .. and as a result only a small County Solicitor A. D. Carmichael Can handle ;your business a

: E. N. Dekle spent Sunday at vote was cast. but hope to soon see him t times are good :and money easy. : When times tt
out again. .
Marianna. --- ..
,: '. A. A. Myers made a trip down Sacred Harp Singing at Southport. The registration books are-now t are hard' and money tight; you feell the.

:;I'; the B. C. Monday. Southport Sept._ 16, 1912. open in-every precinct in Wash
/- ington county. If you are not need of'a business cohnectton with a
Panama Editor Banner. t J
Sheriff Allen was called to S
attend to the matter
City Mondy. Please announce in your paper
4'rr I Reliable Bank .
at once.N Big Strong
that there will be an all-day Sacred -
' t
: I. Mam of Noma, was one of '
Harp singing at Southportthe Rev. McNeil announced Sun- f ,
t ,: ti the visitor. here Friday.
' fifth Sunday in this month. day morning that a series of t Do your banking; business; and make your credit, ;

,.: I Howell Bowen was up from thePinelosr The singing public is cordially meetings would begin at the .. ; .. -, ,

f': : section Tuesday. invited to come and bring their Methodist church here the third t ",. good with the strongest Bank. in;

,y'j, Mr. Goethe of Southport spentThursday books. Those who wish can come Sunday in October.A ,

' here business.W. train and they will t Washington County. \ .
',V.:, on .on Saturday's District Masonic Convention '

"J' I W. Campbell was one of be'cared for' Saturday' and Sun- convened here with Orion !odgR, "

,," the Vernon visitors he Friday. day nights. Nd. 40, Fniday and Saturday and
, ,'. BY THE COMMITTEE.Per -five dele- The First National Bank '
::. '' Mr. Jerkins of Round Lake, A. F. Dnskell. something like twent> -

was a business visitor here Tues- .. gates were in attendance.
T" of
day. Dr. Yates, the'eye specialist ,
.' Mr. Owsley, auditor for the
,I. W. A. Tbierpen of Marysville, B. C. &.St. A. railroad, made a Pensacola will be at McGeachy'sdrug

S transacted business here Satur- trip over the road Friday, payingoff to look store after Tuesday the welfare, October.of his 1st .................................................................. ......
day. the employees.D. .
': s *\ patients aud all otb rs' who may
/ O. M. Pryor of Mobile, was a M. Martin of Bonifay, Dis- '
need his services Hardware ,Co. is
Chickens and The Chipley
Cash for Eggs. I I
J /business visitor in the city Mon- trict Deputy Grand Master, was I ..1t._
The in attendance at headquarters for Hardware.
( day. here and-held a District Masonic The Chipley Hotel will pay the 1 I ,4IJ

A. ,.P. McCrarv of Camobellton Convention Friday and Saturday.D. the Masonic. .district L convention, highest market price,_ IN CASH, _Get, your fresh_..meats from
--- held here laSt weeK who stoppedat Wells & Sharron. We sell it for:
chickens and eggs
was mingling with friends here G. Brock, nominee for coun- your I
the Miller House, much, appre- cash.
Friday. ty commission from the Third ciated the courtesy and attention I
John Lee of Middleburg", was district, spent Friday and'Saturday shown them by'' the proprietor, Farm For Sale. You can get more furniture for

(one of the: visitors: in the city here attending the Masonic Mr. White. Forty acre farm good buildings -I the same money or better furni-
ture for less at Chipley 1
money ...
Monday.T. 7 miles southwest of Chip- '
Holmes ':
We learn from the Furniture Co. I i

4 ;,." ., D. Sales of Atlanta Ga., Muses Lucile and John Jordan County Advertiser that Thomas ey, near hard road, for sale _at : I ,

; was shaking hands with friends who have been spending several Collins, of Washington reasonable price. For particulars Drop: in'and see how well our ,
surveyor j
., '
here bargain counter is filled; you will
Tuesday.Miss weeks in North Carolina, returned county, is suffering from attackof address, BANNER, Chipley.

Berta Jones of Miller'sFerry home last week, much to the appendicitis. The numerous I J1 surely want something' on it. ,

was the guest of friends pleasure of their friends. friends of Mr. Collins in this sec- All kind of Feed atWilliams Missses Richardson. I,

here Tuesday. / Bernard Langston, a studentin tion will join the Banner in a wish & Helton. Do flies and mosquitoes annoy j

? Henry Farrior was up from the law department of the for his speedy recovery.On B. Blake & Co. have somethingof :you? then why don't your put ;
Southport to vote it the city pri- in doors and win- !
the ladies to screens your
Monday. State University at Gainesville account of the disagreeable special interest to

I came home and spent a day or weather Saturday, Camp McMil- offer; step in see what it is. dows. See Dunn-Coleman Co
Peters was down 'from, two first of this week. He was about it.
Gary lan U. C. V., did not hold its Absolutely fresh groceries and
{ spent Sunday here
, f I '. his family oJ warmly welcomed ,by his friends.In meeting as advertised. ,However, quick delivery ;s what you get Tee shoe that will last a long

, I Editor. Ed Stokes Grace- the city primary MondayF they will hold a meeting next from; Williams & Helton. time and is comfortable, is the '(fII'

B. Callawav was elected Mayor Saturday, the"21st, must, and all shoe you want to buy. That's
vile, attended the Masonic convention When you wear shoes that Wil-
I ,' here Friday. Walter Cook and J. A. Robertswere members of the Camp are urgently liams' & Helton sell you are guar- the kind of shoes we sejl. T. L.

''I I ., to be Wells & Bro.I '
re-elected as Clerk and Marshal requested present. anteed satisfaction.
: / J. D. Nepper, the genial L. & .
I p. agent here, returned from his l and W. O. Butler Sr., A. D. Business! of importance.B. .

t acation trip Sunday. J. Carmichael and S. B. Judson .'Blake & Co. will have their I am handling Ice in Chipley again this season

Presiding Elder Gavin of-Ma- were elected Councilmen. opening next Wednesday and the I will appreciate your patronage and promise ,lIIiII

rianna,held services at the Methodist ... .. ladies of all this section are invit- you the same courteous treatment and prompt ''';
I C E attention I have always given you heretafore. <;
( church here Sunday. Adtninlstrator's Sole. ed to their store to see their ex-
t .. ,Take notice that i..the undersigned hibition of fall and winter suits A. H. Nowlin. 'f
R. L. Scarlett who has spent administrator of the estate of Knell Cook,
S the past several weeks at Panama deceased, shall on the 15th day of, October dresses and dress goods. They Open from 8 to 10 o'clock Huncltiya. -,]
o'clock the
1013 at eleven a. m. at,
,_ City,, returned home Friday. front door of the Chipley State Hank, Injhe will have a handsome display of
towji of Chipley. Washington county do All orders to be delivered must be received ,';
r.r.Mi.a Gussie Tharp returned Florida, soil at public outcry to the highest these goods, so you surely not
,! 'Sunday from a visit with her and best bidder for cash the following want to miss seeing them. not l later than 4 o'clock p. m.h, .
described personal property of the estateof ;
sister Mrs. Hardwick at Head-
\ the said deceased to-wit: "f
laud, Ala., -* Four Vols. Blackstone'sCommentarles.
> Twenty-four Vols Encyclopedia of '.
Pleading and Practice. ,
F. M. Rust nominee for county '1:\
I !Thirty-two Vols. Encyclopedia of Law.
treasurer was crossing palms One Volume Supplement to Encyclopedia '.
with friends here Friday and of Pleading and Practice.One .
'r i Volume Black's Law Dictionary.One .
Saturday, Volume Watson'* Practice Physic -
Condle 1
Attorney I.A. Hutchison spenta One Volnme Kent's Commentaries.: ,
day or two at DeFuniak last Cne Volume MeKHvey on Evidence. \, :1
One Volume Clark Criminal Law. "-
week looking after legal matters j '
One Vol. Brandenburg on HankrupU-y. ', i
.for clients. One Volume Laws of ]Hnslness. : '.
One Volume Khlnn on Ueplovln.
h One Volume Trial by Jury. j,' ,
Messrs Brown and Leonard of
One Volume Chitty on Pleadings. .
St. Andrews, attended the Masonic Entire private library consisting one erial "
convention here Friday hundred and seven volumes among
which are: '
and Saturday. Twelve Vols. International University
Lertures by Congress of Arts and Science Every lot i "
/Alex Campbell left Friday foiS {Seventeen Vols. Charles DoKock. :
.Gainesville where he will be a \ Ten. Vols. Six Thousand Years of Illslory. _"Sj- PIof material for "_

| student in the State University, Ten Vols. Modern Eloquence. Studebaker wagons ::i ia ,

\for another year. Six One Vols.Volume Plutarch Oration Demosthenes. o must pass ,the rigid; : '
One Volume Plato and Aristotle. I I '
searching test of the ,
R. C. Horne was up from Lynn One-Volume, Ideal Commonwealth.Ten .
': Haven and exercised his right as Vols.'The Making: of America. S '- .'
Seven Vols. Library of World's (Best U1.L'j't. J'
in' ,
citizen the
a by. voting city Literature.One ; r
primary, Monday. Volume Roosevelt In Africa. Physical and chemical tests discover ,7-
Seven Vols. The World's Famous Ora-
Matt Taylor of Graceville, was tions. inferior paint varnish. iron, steel and ;::

one of the delegates to the Ma- Six the Vols.English The Art Language of Writing by and Sherwin SpeakIng wood. Material not up to a high standard never J

sonic convention held here' Fri- Coody and others. becomes a part of a StudebaKer on. t--:.
day aDd Saturday.Tax One Security Safe. i, i. .

Collector W. B. Gainer of One One Desk Roll-top Chair.Desk. Let us tell you more I,;::
Vernon who is also nominee for Seven Pictures(wall( decorations). : about the StudebeKer-*geC'
One Pocket Hook (papers). ,
clerk of the circuit court was One'Hraddlng Machine and brads. l- acquainted with the .
shaking bands with friends here One Jardiniere.One 4 .
Letter'Basket(wire), t ,StudebaKer construction
S Saturday.E. One Hook Stand. ,
before buy wagon. pi
One Center Table. ;you any
Curtis, wife'and son of De- One Mirror n

",Kalb, 111., passed through town One One Osceola Sectional File Letter Stand.File. S -S O'unn-COleinan CO C.iplf. t, i n
Wednesday enroute to Lynn Ha- One Copy Press and two copy books. lpany

.5- ',yen. If they do not like Lynn 'One One Sectional Automobile.Book Case. Fl..
.Haven they will return to Chip- Fourteen (14)) Shares Capital 'Stock of .
ley as Mrs' Curtis was much im- Chipley State. .Bank; book value of tllO.oo A. G. McQUAGGE. General Manager, >

.)pretsed with the appearance of Bach. ,JOUN-D. CAM PUELL, -' )
:our town. Administrator.

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