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The Chipley banner
Place of Publication:
Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
October 10, 1912


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Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
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“The town that was built on a railroad,” Chipley is the seat of Washington County, located inland in Florida’s Panhandle, just south of the Alabama state line. First known as Orange, this small West Florida community was founded in 1882 in anticipation of the arrival of a railroad that would connect the farming area with markets in Pensacola and Tallahassee and in neighboring Alabama and Georgia. Shortly after the line was completed, Orange was renamed Chipley in honor of William D. Chipley, vice-president of the Pensacola and Atlantic Railroad, a notable figure in the political and economic history of the area and an aggressive lobbyist for railroad land grants. The town’s first newspaper, the Intelligencer, edited by J.C. Langley, also began in 1882. The Intelligencer was renamed the Chipley Banner in 1893 and published under this name until 1943, when it merged with the Washington County News.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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p All members oi. Camp McMil- This is to give notice to my B. C. & St. A, Railroad' ,l
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tn''arrfct business on a strictly .. importance. cordingly. train, and \'ou' can make prompt '
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send market for send they Strayed or Stolen.. Going north this boat will Observe '
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11 t e also;; or if you order by 'Phone, have the change etc,:of the Chipley Banner, published One dun colored but-headed Li>avo MIIIvlllo 9:30: a.nv.,} I
Don't this! Fla., cow marked, smooth crop and Leave Panama City 10:18
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.1 .... split in one ear, smooth crop and Loavo St. Andrew 11/()(() a.m.
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&tration Notice. Why buy a wagon and no off -to me and receive reward.J. .. R. F. SCARLKXT, ,
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,. books |for registration at Buy Studebaker's and the ques- this 1st day of October, 1912.J. Yates "
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Tbut Fridays and Saturr -, Coleman Co. refined; worthy; cat frankly; go I Eye Specialist ..
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t nays 1J J'v.eek until the sec Will be in Chipley at Dr. Wilton'*
and S day> 'in October, from II | The Misses Richardson can 'rhe good 'old summer: time do your full share of the world'swork office the First Tuesday in October 3
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Chlpley, JMa. W. W. Owens of Macom. was a visitor

WAI.TBR W. JOrMB, Bdl o.-. here Friday. Winter is
Tiller & Son are buUdin an addition .. .: Comin4.

Enured at tin ptwtoffice: at Chlplajr,Fla.. u I to their store, and matting other ,

Moomd-taM.aU matter. __.._ repairs.

RATES Mrs May McKeithen has been visitIng ,
oU TRAP.........................1.00 her mother, Mrs. Davis at Boni-
IXMOXTB1. -50TH1UCK fay the past week: "
Are you prepared for the cold wet
Uncle Ben and Aunt Sarah were .
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ratM garnished on application. both on the sick Hat last week, but .;. -" :.::. .r,. ,,;' ,''::> .'.. .' : .. '
they are improved some now. : days which we are"sure{ to have?

Communications on live topics, fspeelallj The stork visited the home of Homer .. .-- .. .
tf local, Interest are solid tod.. It .
Is understood however that the pumlsb- Simmons the past week and left aaon. : '
of THE BABTHKB: will not be responsible Mother and son are doing nicely. Ii: you' are not, you should come l
for oplolona expressed by correspondents. ',..
Mrs. ,Brunson .- near Enterprise, I
TTB :BA.VNKB: wants a live representative Ala., has been here visiting her son,
and correspondent at every postottlceIn Dr.. H. B. Brunson, the past week.C. at once and see our large lines of '
the county, and will make liberal ar
rangementt with the rlgrt parties.THUP"PAVe ._ L. Jones, E. B. Tiller, and a 1 1Cl

number of others from this community

Oct. 10. 1019. attended quarterly meeting: at Vernon

,_.0 J._= .. ., ___.LJ Saturday thingUnderwear, Shoes Hosiery. II

yhe. !l ooger{ you come to Wasbiagtop Dr. W. E. Coleman of Chipley, was : ,

county and locate, ,the bet- here professionally, Friday. The Dr. : w ;
has friends here who are always : i "
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ter jj ,,hill be tor you.JacJIS4QUville's ; : < .

... .. a glad to see him. 'J ,Oui\line is full and complete and
Miss Eva Hickman of Eon I fay, who .
) session of the is teaching: at Bonnet Pond was here ,. <' .: J': J ."

Florida legislature: met and adjourned Friday, enroute home to spend Satuir' .. .- WILL .' SATE YOU: 'MONDY. #

time. day and Sunday.We '
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.. are sorry to note that little Louise > .

daughter of J. E. Porter, has been .
i the latest :
According to reportsthe f :
very sick the past week, but hope she S '

for traffic Panama by canal October will opened: may soon improve.Dr. Campbell: : & Dekle Company !

Miller of Vernon, has been makIng "
: professional visits at the biff mill x

4ulldiug good roads is one of the past week. We are informed that .

the mg,t Important features of he will-move there soon. ,.......-.' \,
the progress that is being made Miss Fannie McKeithen ot the Val- .
ley and her sister, Mrs. Harper of
in Florida.! Southport were visiting: relatives and Well Deserved. Aclmtnl tr-ator-'f Sale. 1 Dcraio Ira TtNAttlpt'4AL.
shopping: here Saturday afternoon. II'I '
i 'Take notice that I, the undersigned a* i
Our school has been suspended for The Praise That Comes, From administrator of the estate of BueTl I Cook, a
Fishing; apd hunting is good the past week on account of sickness of deceased, shall on the 13th. day of October. For President! I
Thankful Chipley. People.One 1918. at eleven o'clock a. m.. at the Woo WILSON. I, ,
if of the teacher and of the
in Washington county; so, you some some front door of the Chlpley State Bank, In For Vice Pres! : ,
want real sport don't hesitate, pupils; suppose It will startagain Kidney remedy has known. the town of Chlpley. Washington; county Tim y? ARSHAL
Monday. *. Florida sell at public outcry to the highest Presidential 1
but come right along. and best bidder for cash the following JBPFIJ. II. Tnow
Miss Pauline Jones came' in from Chipley people rely upon it. described personal property of the estateof FCHA BARRY
1 Perch Pond Where she is teaching. That remedy Is Doan's Kidney Pills the said deceased, to-wlt; rJONKS.TOf 44
Friday evening: She has a fine school Four Vols. Blackstorte's Commentaries. W.: CiLKI.A oNxs. J
-Tfhe: : whole country is expecting and is much pleased with the good Chipley testimony proves,tt reliable. Twenty-fpur Vola. Encyclopedia of : 'J. II ENDSES
the election of Woodrow Wilson people of that community. Mrs., M A Davis, Jackson St., Chip- Pleading and Practice. U. o._ ARRnIAN.
Congressman,state At
I ley, Fla.,. consider it pleasure Thirty-two Vols. Encyclopedia of Law. r
next. month by the largestmajority Dr. Drunson returned from a trip up naysj One Volume Supplement to Encyclopedia Ci.jLititKllJKtmtE.CbngressmanATAwit
I In Alabama ,last week and brought to again recommend Doan's Kidney of Pleading and Practice. District:
ever given a nomineefor I with him an automobile; so now Wau- Pills In a public way. I think One Volume Black's Law Dictionary.. EMMK'rtliVFTOQM.Governor .

president.War sau has one auto and two baby carri! just as highly of this remedY how as I One Condle.Volume WaUon's Practice Physic p
.. .. ages.. Say we aren't coming.: One Volume Kent's s1'1'A
L did three years ago after.It cured me Commentaries. : '.
and I have hae little kidney trou- Cue Volume McKnlvey on Evidence. PARSecretary : RAHkat.L,
or no
i One
is threatened between the Volume Clark'b Criminal Law.
NOTICE ,FOR PUBLICATION. ble since. I was In poor health quite One Vol. Brandenburg on Bankruptcy.One of
Balkan states and Turkey andlundreds. ",.. AWJTOKD.vrtonltnre.
Department of the Interior a while and seemed to be growing Volume Laws of Business. ?
: left U. S. Land Ualnosvllle. Florida, ; One Volume Shlnn on Beplevln. Commissions :
; ,of.( Greeks have October 5,1013. I worse. My nerves were all unstrung: One Volume Trial by Jury. VTreasurer /.\ C1I4-B. #
this country in the last week or Notice la hereby Riven that Wesley and I rested so poorly that when 1 got One Volume Chltty on Pleadings.; : '
two to join the Dunn of Econtlna, Florida, who, on July I up l in the morntng, I was all tired out. I Entire private library, consisting of one J. Ixti.
army. 10, IlK)!). made Homestead Entry Serial hundred and seven volumes among
No. UMM, for SEU of NW,* Section 33, My appetite was yoor and I always which are: ComptrolleW.. ri"l"l
Township 1 north. Range 12 west, Tallahaigfte ; felt languid. My daughter Anally procured Twelve Vols. International University Attorney Oe

W. J. Bryan concedes that the to Meridian mako Klnal' has Commutation tiled notlcpof Intention Proof a box of Doan's Kidney Pills Lectures Seventeen by Congress Vols. Charles of Arts DeKock.and Hclenee T. 'I

to establish claim to the land above de- and I using this The SuperintendW hdlio tusk
Democrats will lose every state began remedy. Ten Vols. /Six Thousand Years of History W ,
serlbed before the Clerk of the Circuit Us
wjes q# Oregon, north of Minnesota Court at Vernon Florida! on the 14th contents of the first box did me so much Ten Vols. Modern Eloquence. Chem ,
dBl of November 1012. good that I continued to use It',and bo- 8U Vols. Plutarch Works R.., Ant.
south of Florida and east ofM.ine ,
Claimant names as witnesses: L. O.Carter. fore long 1 was in better health than I One Volume Oration by Demosthenes.One Adjutant ()
: What do think? John llarret, 1. 8. Ila.rretV Volume Plato and Aristotle. J.,1: oev'Re.
yon Law all had enjoyed for I feel that I
of Econtlna. Florida. years. One Volume Ideal Commonwealth.
... .. U. Chubb, Senator 25ti ct r
Henry owe much to Doan's Kidney Pills. 'Ten Vols. The Making of America. A"' ,
Eu foe paid. Register. For sale by all dealers Price 50 Seven Vols. Library of World's Best 9tt.Lr st
Bully for Park Trammell! He cents. Foster-Mil burn Co., Buffalo, Literature.One .
'not NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. New York, sole for the United Volume Roosevelt In Africa. t'ITY.Represeuta .
would agents '
Gov. G51cbrist'a
agree Department of the Interior. States. Seven Vole The World's Famous Ora +
effort the initiative II. S. Land Office at Ualnesvllle Florida! tions. In .
to keep October S, 1913. Remember the name-Doan'e--and Six: 'Vois.The Art ot Writing and Sfieak- Clerk
and referendum amendmentoff Notice Is hereby given that Rufus L. take no other. (Adv) Ing the English Language by Sherwin ClrcnV" INES.:
Coody and, others. '. Sheriffs xT':
the ballot to be voted in the Uondrlcksof Sexton. Florida. who. on U
August; 11107. Entry : -
general'election.. No. 378(14!( ((Serial No. 04051) for SM of DR. R. E. TILLER. One Security Safe. Tax Asses
NW (. NEtfot!\ SWJ and NVVKof ;SE3i. One Roll-top Desk. Tax Coll
-a aIn :Suction 3(>. Mownshlp 2 north, Range 12 DENTAL SURGEON One DellICbalr..
west Tallahassee Meridian baa flied notice Seven Pictures (wall decorations).
discussing the tariff Gover- of Intention to make Final! five year Chipley. FloridaOffice One Pocket Book (papers). Treasurer
i, Trout to establish claim to the land
I One Braddlng Machine and brads. Pub
ijpr Wilson says that "American above described before the County Jftdgn One Jardiniere.One Supt. Lion. :
at Vernon Florida, on the 13th day of over First Nat'l Bank. Letter Basket \ IOuL .'
industries are in a straight jacket. Noveftlool'.1912. (wire). CountyJu "
One Book Stand. "
." If signs don't err, he. willsoon Claimant names as ,witnesses: John One Center Table. County Surveyor,--*W"
Tolbert Pettis Make Blue Leon- Orion
I'ettls Lodge, No. 40, One Mirror. THOMAS COLLINSCounty
have chance ard Johns all of Stilton, Florida.
a to loosen up c One Sectional Letter File.
the national corset string. Ed Henry S. Chubb: J F. .'A. M.' One Osceola File Stand. CommlsHlonerij(), (1,
fee paid Register.
I One Copy Press and two copy books J. W. THAI: ; r.
Regular Communications .Second
: One Automobile.
Saturday and Fourth Fridy night in One Sectional Book Case. t' .LJ.
Y dl A A.gY itidl\tOS each month. Fourteen (U) Shares C's.1_- 10. u"1n
; ''Visiting Brethern cordially invited. Chlpley State Bank;'
r-Th :New Fall ShoesTWCen l W. W. JONES: ; Sec.W. L. TAYLOR. ,'W. M.. each. JOHN' D. CAM ,l'4\t; "C- :) ,n..,..A.):'c..0.. ,.'". CJ.lt1J1.R.: '. ,!

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large stock, are exceedingly I II

attractive in ityle and uncommonly

good in quality. Those
who wear our shoes this fall THE YOUNG HQUSE:1'y: i .

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..- paying any more than former whose home is e t\tt 11t

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cost no more' than common I
shoes; they are :so surely in good ipri I I

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Better in St>le- Better in Fit, -Better i in Wear w Id I

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$3.50 Grade Shoes. I II
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We know that every pair in our stock is so good in quality '

'_ that when we sell them, it will be!. just Jike sending out so n I .' Beautiful and Comfortable -i&_ :4Chipley I'
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arber Governor Qtlohrlet and Staff, U. 8. Visitors WII Receive Reduced Rates e / iy q
Troops And Brass Bands Will end Tlokete Will Be Good fer
Participate Gala Kvent. Several Days Before and j'rl

hop. I After the Pair.
The opening day parade at: the Pea* For the accommodation of the ax

tacola Interstate Fair Is an event hlbltors to the fair, arrangement r
which always precedes the opening bar been made with all the railroad '
w No Waiting. day ceremonies and marks the begin companies operating Into PensMolato

ping of the gala week. Besides) the furnish special transportation facia
Barbers 3 trades display floats from practically ties and rates for the Pensacola Interstate

.' very business house In the) city, battalions : Fair. fr
to-Norte of United States troops from All of the, railroad operating Into
Everything the local forts, the local companies I the city have agreed to give passengers : ;
Of state militia, the boy scouts I of fare 25 cents.
portions a rate one plus ffo .
Shave . .. .. ..1Se.
li.ilrcutting, .. 2Sc. of the Pensacola fire department : I the tickets being good for severadays A handsoirrc new style in

Shampoo ..... .., :25c. mounted men from'the sheriffs before and after the fair, thus Diamond Grade f\f\
M.issage. .. ... . 25c: office, city officials, county efflclals giving visitors an opportunity to visit our Special $3
lair Singe .... . 2Sc. and officials of the State of Florida the city and look around before 'or that will give the finishing .
I and neighboring States participate In after the fair.
Ue, 'Slicit Your Patronage. this parade. Governor Gllchrlst and Freight rates have. also been secured tpuch to any costume .

staff will attend this year and take on all of the roads, so that ex .
,.. Very Respectfully. part In the' parade and chief ,executives hlbltors will only be required to pay This isonly one of our new patterns.

.. D. Peters FroprJJGH and officials of neighboring half price for the transportation 01 Ask your dealer to show you his styles of .
,States have already accepted Invita- articles brought here to be exhibited
"l/bs; to attend. during the fair. Every article brought Diamond Brand Shoes. He should have .
f FARHIORDEIVTIST. F"The parade forms at the PsJafox to the Penaacola Interstate Fair and
; street. wharf and to the music of local placed on exhibition trill be returned them in all grades, at all prices, for men .

bands from Fort Barrancas which It shipped .
to the place from was children.
marches through the gaily decorated by the railroads free:' the exhibItor : as well as for women and

Cr wet and Bridge Work a Specialty. streets to the fair grounds. When the being only required to pay the

[ALL WORK CtTAKANTKED. parade reaches the fair grounds the regular rate for the transportation 0':' /'aIJ4MOND8nAND q
k gates of the fair are formally opened the article: to this citv. eJS .tHOEMAKIcS t
Ounce over Chipley State Bank. and the opening ceremonies. follow Im it>p [ fwL SPwr r+ _
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mediately. J. \V Copelaod, l)uylon, (I- pl.rv hatted u WE AfAXEMOBE.F/A/E SHOES THAN ANY ,
[The New York World battle of thIlO1'.er' '"hl's Uougb Remedy fOl' OTHER HOUSE IN THEFARQUHAR WES7:

Thrice-a-week Eeditlon. TRADE EXHIBITSThis loti boy who bud n void anti toloru I lie bottle
was all used tbe tuty'S rftld was" gone. ;Is
:o: not I bat better than to pny 'n five dollar (lootor's .
l1e'1'brlce-a week- World hopes to be Department Will Surpass All bill/ ? For sale by nil dealers.! '
J It4f9oa a; better paper than It has ever Past Exhibitions: of MACHINERY '
beubeforo. and It ban made Its arrangements Its Kind. I**3 1 E. Bay Street '

accordin'Iy. ILl news service cov Iterating LIVE STOCK DEPARTMENT JACK80NV1UU R, UOIIDA
r.tlid. ( entire globe, and It reports every Another very depart
ai Cullypromptljandnecnrately. It mont of the, Pensacola Interstate Fair a Largest stock of Machinery
slli !;Dnly paper, not a dally wblch la as Is the trade exhibits department the Valuable Cash Offered-New in Florida for saw milt and
Will Be GM1planing
Feature of This Exhibit .
KoW'i* i* dally and which will keep you primary purpose of which of course
jftAl'omplet ly Informed of what Is hap- la advertising on the part of the merchants Belgium Hare Department. ,mills.EARQUHAR. i

[benfait throughout the world. but premiums are offered for MACfilNEKY
rfb +wThrice-a week World l lit fair In Its the most attractive exhibits: this department The Live Stock Department of the m
[political reports. Yon can get the truthLftoiB with the result that some Pensacola Interstate Fair has always has been built for 57 :years! ;

Its columns, whether you aro a Refpobllcan unusually. attractive trade exhibit. are been one of Its strongest features. more built, today than any oth
and that Is what to be This department Is under the directionof
or Democrat found at the fair. er. Let us tell why
of Santa Rosa coun
C. H. Simpson
,,41.Wl\lIt. Not only have a large number ol '
? ,A'"pc\)1 feature of the Tbrlce-a-wcck local business people already engaged ty, one of the most successful farmers Send for catalog; and price.

NM |Worfd has always boon Its scilal fiction space for trade exhibits, but many applications of West Florida. It has always been

n' t,ilbjtalies; novels bv the best authors In and reservations have.been the aim of the ,management to make W. D. .MILTON, M. ti. DEKLE V, M.: COr.SON.Cashier.!: .
i Line'world' coves wlilcn In I hook form 1'011toft made by firms'In other states and this (this department of the fair truly typical Vrestdnnt., Vlce-Presldeut ;
< ,110 apiece/ ,'and Its high standard Infthl91rt department this year Is sure to fat of this section of the state and to r
p 'C* will bn maintained In the fut kind accomplish this valuable, cash premiums
surpass anything of the ever
'yin ({tit ... |'It the pn t.ThelThrlceaweel. seen here., have been offered a. first, second First National Bank.MARUXNNA .
', ty | < World's regular and third prUes for the best specimensof
Strangers In the city and fair visitors
Fiabicrlptlon I price is only *l.OU per year 'Jcq'ulre all kinds of domestic animals el:. FLA.
better ol ,
a knowledge .
k atilhe pays for 1SQ papers. We offer lilted. ,..
.the ,commercial, advantages of this
IthU'nnpqnalled newspaper and Tho Han A new feature of.the live stock exhibits :-
city and. this than '
territory manner
tf together for ono year for *I.B5. Th this fall will be'the Belgian Capital 50000.00 ,
they could otherwise attain and the
[velar. ) subscription! prl-s of the two pa department of trade exhibits Is considered Hare Department in charge of R. O. 'Solicits Accounts of Banks Corporations Firms ana Individuals.. t
,p14rs'is$3 t ", 09.a Pensacola. In addition .to
,', one of vast, Importance.When Forrest, of n Our twenty years experience In (the banking business enables us to offer
the regular premiums offered for exhibits 'you the best banking facilities of any bank In Went K orlda We also have a
of Belgian hares Mr. Forrest fully Savings In which terest
equipped Department we pay If on deposits. Accounts -
has secured special premium offers by mall,handled 'as cnally/ ,a.* by personal interview.
you have dad cold and want the from !"!ftres of business houses Inth.'oiri. Send,ii
to write fr>i, oar oon dcnU"II"U.-r: bofon,ape best medicine obtainable as to 'oure it "br at ni.r.:t'h'tslns! np- F. M. ,GOLSON Ca'shJer.
t, P'yli'jr Mr patent It may bo worth money. with 118 little delay as poesihle. Her Is s ("..ted In this department Mr. For. .. "
d. W 01 promptly obUua U.B. and Foreign
I have acid i:huiulter 'I"' "
druKKlet opinion. t..t already having received notification ..
t I- PATENTS talus Ctiugb Remedyfor I Jil rears, says Knmt!: that &ttere would be exhibits notonly

..nd TRADE *.1ARK3 or oturn ENTIRE L'tllur, r.ardt.oJC".ltlll. and consider It Ice from Pensacola and West Florida WANT 1
ntUirncy1; ..0. tkin4 maul, .ketchor bl'lIt on the market For role by all deu VrM but from the Belgian hare breedersIn YOU
i1 nUuioand w. send an IMMEDIATE
FREE porteorv. p"t. nfa&Jhty. We !Sir -.---- | all sections of the country. J987.
; the tart ",:u and advice, and out Better
charges am modarata. Try tu. THE 'pOULmDEPARTMEin a

SWIFT & CO. Hero in a woman who spenks from |*rsoniil -
;, knowledK and IonIC -erieic|' \ll I 1'hat.questl will be asked you almost dally by business' men seeking your
Patent lawyers, Interest Has Increased and More Mrs I I'. H, Hrutfuu. Wilson, 1'u. who says 1 .. services 1 f you qualify-take the Draughon Training-and show ambition to tisf. 14
f Opp. U.S. Patent OfflCB,WashInGton,D.C. Premiums" 'Have. Been Offered (but Cltalntwrluln'eCuugb ,More BANKERS indorse DRAUGHfness Colleges than indorse all o lJtr }I.u'i|I.
.... Than Ever Before know from experience colleges COMBINED. 48 Colleges in 18 Statea. International rejjiitnllon.
-: IU-iuedv U fur iucertor to any other. Ha_N__ .*.rpewr Ill_BJ_. ffltmmaaftnif...____...._ ".'OJ'.D.t.__..... P'__Ill__ A r ttb me"...* ai"_Uu it'r yirli t._._> _a.TI_.,........,_..
For croup there Is nothing 1 that ex'cell it Law-Fa611: auxiliary br.n"..... Good rOsa ION. GUARAh'IEEllunder; r.nBoni.blacoii" 1 We promptly obtain ll), 8. mid Foreign Interest In the Poultry Department 1
i for sale Bookkeeping. Bookkeepers all over Home Study. Thousands of 1.tI1t'ua.' '
er of the Pensacola Interstate Fair ha nlrw the United States say that Draughon's lees, bookkeepers.. and stenographers nt.r ..'
so'greatly Increased from'to yea y New System of Bookkeeping saves them holding good podtlond as the result: ...f f C
that it-has become'necelsary to make from 25 to 50 per cent in work and worry. taking Draughon's Home Study.
LMJJ provision for much more space this THE BABY SHOWHundreds Shorthand. Practically]] all U. S. official CATALOGUE. For prices on'leecnns

; year. than has ever 'been used before court reporters write the System of DY MAIL write JNO: 11'. JlIi 0(01\ .,
annd uo1, !i.alt. ; rIi uv c(ln HMJD lor Nashville .
(report-in trtem.i/1iky' tnt ff'ehoo* The building which was used last of the "Little Dimpled Shorthand Draughon Colleges teach. President, Tenn. For 'r'e catalogue
/IaNtn6ocnrr" I! \ a' !i;" wl1tltmmtm year for the agricultural\ exhibits will Darlings" Prom Far and Near Wfiyf Because they know It Is the best on course slTCOLL&GE, wtf toDRAUGIION'S

be occupied this,,'year exclusively bj Will Enter Contest. PRACTICAL IHJSINKSS COIXEGiJ
exhibits In the poultry departmentThe :Although It was not mentioned until Jacksonville.F.... or Atlanta Ga. or Marilt or Montgomery, Al*.

liberal regular premiums which a couple of weeks before the openingof .

the Fair Association has always offered the fair last year undoubtedly the . . .XX*' <"0000'-}{
In' this department have been,Increased biggest success of the entire fair was }
Opposite U. S. Patent the baby show which was held on
3 this year, as have the special prem ()
I a WASHINGTON D..C.. turns which are always offered by Friday of the fair week one of tbe : Neat Printing :
practically every Important business judges being Florida's bachelor goy (,
house of Pensacola. There' are more ernor. '

FIELD DAY EXERCISESThose premiums this year than In former The good women who bad charge I Creates a good i impression 8 ;
years and there will\ be more exhibits of this feature last year were much
Interested In Atheistic Sports The Judging In this department this elated over the unqualified and un. C
Will Be Well Repaid By Attend. ,among your correspondentsand ,
questioned success of the undertak
.. enlacola'lnt'retat, year will\ be done by two poultry ex .
Ing the parts whereas In former years this Ing and It" was decided to make thisa
Nov. 1. helps to give business
Fair, Friday, your
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.:. task has been performed by one man regular feature of the Pensacols

Friday afternoon of the fair week W. L. Wlttich. Jr., president of the Interstate Fair. I : ;
The management Is already receiving ; prestige. ,
I the race track and the space In frontcf Escambia County Poultry Associationhas I
i the grandstand will be turned: over charge of this department and If numerous Inquiries about the baby
R' to the Y. M. C. A., and lome. field highly gratified at the Increased and show this year and It Is expected that We do Neat Printing \ : ;

I day exercises will take place. I growing Interest which Is being man hundreds of the "little dimpled dar. i'' i i i .e.
; i [ifested. lIn.." from far and near will be entered at Reasonable Prices. '
. Some of the best athletes In this sec In this ,contest this year. ..
the country will participate
tion of
This proved one of the strongest
i In the various sporting events and,the drawing cards of last year's fair, the Banner Job Office. '
program for Friday afternoon will 'afford Out of Debt. $
record crowd for the week being present
treat for those who are . .
'quite a You are as rich as anybody U TOIl "
I on that day and a great deal of _
I I greeted. In athletic,contests of van don't owe anybody"any thing. Interest In the proposed event this
tl? -d.I .. -
J I" ,- .. year is already apparent.A ---'
I of handsome prizes and v '
number large number of prizes will be '
trophies will also be offered. In these SAVED itY; IIIS WIKK. offered for the babies of various ages Physicians Advise 4. "

I ;-;event.and this feature promises tc .'" She's a'wl.e woman who knows Just whatto and every' parent Is Invited to enter
"' be a great drawing card for thlt do when her husband's life Is ta danger, his children the entries. being open food the use from of gettlnglnto a eoodiaxatlve/ your to system.keep the bowels open' and prevent the poisons undigested

I year's t ..fair.I ; -. "u&)Ire.- H.J. Flint, Halatree, Vt.UcfUiat to .the world. 'tIl. The latest product of sdencr VELVO Laxative Uver Syrup, purely :vegetable, gent's.reliable .
I I dnd. She Ihtlstedon using 'Or. Kings
snd. of a pleasant, aromctlc taste. Velva acts on the liver, as well as on list
I New Discovery,writes Mr, F. for a dread stomach and bowels, and Is of the greatest possible efficacy in constipation indigestion,
days the Philosopher.I'spect HAVJiS LILO: OK 1JOY.It
I sat ful cough, 'when | was so weak my friendsall biliousness, sick headache feverishness, coUc.flatulence. etc. Try Vhi.
who Is always
the man thought 1 ba-l only a short time 10 live seemed that my 14 year oM boy would
;.Isfled with himself has all the best of and It completely cured me" A
I' life, after all.Product'of. for cough and colua, It is tbe most safe and nleee caused by a bad bruise, wrote D. f. LAXATIVE

I reliable medicine for many throat: and Howard, Aqone, N. "Bermuda lIy" lung trouble-grip, bronchitis croup doc ors treatment failed till we tried Bucket V E EL 0

1 It Is .T jff uncommon'for' a Bermuda whooping cough; quinsy tensilltls Tieouorrbsges. Arulea Halve, and cured hum wltb one $ertQ plant 15,000 bulbs at onetime A trial' will convince you. I boa. Cures burn, boll, skin eruptions, LIVER SYRUPit1f
eta, and alt Guaranteed by 8 K: HcQescby piles. 26o strt E McUe.oby.rl .

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1: 'W ,;Ii"',,"" THE BANNER. INTERSTATE Fl roc<>oe < '

t:. ,I-M + Okarck Dlraetorr Indigestion
M., South.-Preaching every '
r' st and and Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m, OCT. iV. 2 JOB
{1. JU. U;Ohapuolle, astor. 28JO
Sabbath School 10 a, m. W. N. Sheats,, ,t causes heartburn, sour H
> Superintendent.Prayer stomach, nervousness :
,', Meeting Thursday nlghta. and
Young MSB'S prayer meeting TuBights. -! EXPOSITION AT PENSACOLA THIS nausea, impure blood,
Everybody cordially |lo, "-** more trouble than many
4 YEAR WILL, SURPASS ALL different kinds of diseases. 'PH'J'TTING '

Baptist Cbvrch-Preachlz 1 \ The food you eat fermentsin
and 4th Huoda,. Rev Bart FORMER YBAR3.
Sabbath School 10 a. m., ':k. ',k, your stomach, and the .
o..nli. poisons it are absorbed

: Maier Meeting. Wednesi r.y. ..-.....:.. The Pensacola Interstate! Fair into our:, whole '::0'y; ;.. "

which Is to be held this year from I system causing; many distressing '\.,..';...f.. .
., PoctoflSc Directory.Officek October 28th to November 2nd, both symptoms. At the "' '

: 8ao4avs.Castbound.W't'7:30'10,14.. to 7:00: p m.; except Inclusive, will far surpass any former first sign of indigestion, try Creates..good. impres" ,,', >., .
fairs ever conducted In Pensacola "
mall closes at 10:20 a.ra under the auspices ,of the Interstate I sion among your corgi'r'; : .

';' Westbound mall closes at 5:10: p.m. Fair Association. Beginning this ,'
,., Bedford's"BlackDraught' '
Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 a. m. with respondents :: '.
financial basis
solid ,
bounomail. year on a .. .
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r and leaves on arrival of the east r; '";-1' .
money In the treasury after paylcs J '
to give .
Sunday hours: H:30'm.: to 13:30 p. m., all expenses and Indebtedness last your l' '<' ,' ,
"s1rr, Mousy Orders Issued at all hours when year and after making permanent investments :-' '
f 'files la open,except Sundays.J on the grounds, the Fall prestige. ,
,.1' { P KCUEL.L P. M Association early: this sprint took up J. :: :

the work of preparing for this year's ,
5 Oar Clubbing LI.'. fair with the determination to make the old, reliable, vegetable : :

,1', BASHES and Semiweekly Atlanta the big agricultural and Industrial ex liver powder, to quickly .

1l Journal, per year 175. position this fall an event that will cleanse your system from \

wfM .4;',, 16hleasa.dThrlee s-week New York set the pace for the future. The fair I these undesirable poisons. We Do Neat Printing '

a World{ *p.,year, $1.65. this year will be held -again at .Kup- *if
BlursirB: 'aa4 Semi-weekly Times-Un-! frian park. To accommodate the Mrs. Riley. Laramore, of Prices
a sad Citizen, per year, 91J>0.BASHESfend growing demands of the Poultry Department Ooodwater, Mo., says: "I At Reasonable

u Home and Farm, per yearn the entire building used fo suffered for years from dyspepsia -
'l,aft. the Agricultural Department' has beet and heartburn. Thedford's ..
Merrsea r ______. set aside for poultry exhibits thl Black-Draught in small doses, ..: '.. ..
cured my heartburn in a few
year. The Agricultural Department .days,and now I can eat without
; Qeneral rHrectory.
will be under a large tent this year, distress." Try IL ;

STATE OFFICIALS. .and it Is likely that It will be neges' ';: Give us your next r i.t, :. "0 1

Goveroor-\berJl'lOliehrll'] sary to use two tents for this depatbmeat Insist on Thedford'sINDIVIDUAL "
as there will be more than twiceas will '\
Secretary of State-U. Clay Crawford. and we give you perfect ': : -
many county exhibits as formerly,
Attorney General- Park Trammel! J besides the community exhibits satisfaction thus : '

1 r- y" ...",Com ARrlculture. A. McKae. Many of the communities which had< -- --- -- : ; :, '

Treasurer O. Lunlng. exhibits lat year have applied:/ for malting you one of our, ..
'" equal te that used last year EXHIBITSThis ...
r.'tvv Supt.. Publlo Instruction-, M Uol1 space "
'i. i exhibits and 'when all oi .. :
t iww way9r' for county > regular- customers: ," ..
the communities have made their applications .
t Comptroller-Wm V. Knott. Is One of the Principal Features ...
It Is thought It will require '
rt 1.' Supreme. Court-Thos. M. tihackleford, tent to of the Agricultural Departmentof 1',j.: i
more than one big Accommodate
I the Penaaoola Fair. ; '
Chief Justice: M. H. Mabrv. Clerrf. them and the county exhibits. ..

j Railroad Commls fon-R. Hudson Burr. As the great Mardi Gras festival ii Besides the county-and communityexhibits .'\ '-' .
Chairman) a. C.; Dunn, Clerk. held in Pensacola each year the city < '
one of the principal featuresof ,
I Jo4w.slnth- judicial circuit-W, U. is thoroughly imbued with the carnival the agricultural department of, the t HE
i 'Price,'.Marlanna This spirit Is manifested
}, spirit. Pensacola Interstate Fair is that of .
,r .State Sollcltar ninth Judicial circuitL. U each year'at the Interstate Fall individual exhibits there being a

'i,\ Wilson. in a manner almost as pronounced ai greater number of premiums offered
during the great carnival celebration e: OHRLEY BANNER
; ->=a -- Last It was suggested that the In this department than in any other.
O.a:: )LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS year This :year there are about twice as ,
decorations which used during
1 B. S. Chubb, Register, Gainesville, Fla. Mardi Gras be put on during the weekof many premiums offered as last,, so ,
; 'JJ' that now there is a premium for the
;:,:- : Shields] Warren, Receiver, Gainesville. the fair. As a result of the suggestion .
specimen of almost everythingthat Chipley Fla.
",;.-, :; i I);;,,' ', all of the colors were brought can, be grown on a farm or Ina: ,

: :)WASHINGTON,\ : COUNTY OFFICERS.! 'out and during the fair Pensacola bus garden.
: Inels houses and the main streetiwere d.
':t .",'.,:fOlreul& Clerk-W..C. Lockey, Vernon. will Interest in this department is ,always .
'" li; :tt,,::; ;" CuntyJadge, -.(). Crocker Vernon in festive attire.this Pensacola and all keen and the result is that some *X <* ) (;
: for the
\ decorate year >
u. ,
r ,.Ji. 7 ?- :;" ->' Sheriff-O.: G. Allen, Cbl pey", of the finest specimens to be found .
: week the city will be a
.. the
I I. during
.nnr-D. B Tiller, Vernon. anywhere are included in the various .
j.J.-'ts: !', Lax AiiBS or-J. J. Wllllann. Chlblev. gorgeous mass of flying ddlors.If articles entered In this danartmant.raents 1 ,

Tax Collector-W. B, Ualuer,'ICOn-hn!: The-jud& d- rl- High Class Saw Mill Machinery.;

Sept: P.bllo Instruction F Gainer, yntl l..have. young children you.Jln1.ll l : r Ja done by expert agricultural I
Ws.liM.ll.DUpervfsof. notlcibdtnsrdtsonlers We at our new warehouse, 408
tRill of the stomach men including college men and(,men carry
of Reitlsiratlon, 1d: lire their most common ailment. To correct connected with the agricultural] interests and 410 East Bay St., a large stock of
Portable and
IibamQDIt.Ureeabead. this will Und CbaiuberUia's Stomach Stationary Englnnf I
f""oUclt. you of the state. ,
comotive and Horizontal Return Flue
C sttity p D: Carmichael mid Liver Tablets: excellent They me tou y
Boilers Saw-Mllla Planers
; Edgers,
?y C"P] and pleasant to take and mild and gentle In causedb Saws, Belting and Mill Supplies; also I
t <> engine and sawmill repairs. We also
urveyor-Thos.9olllns, Caryr4' '
... \ Chamberlain's
tomach. Take Tablets sod ,
handle the celebrated line of MUST-
If.. EXHIBITS correct that aud the headaches will dlsnpwar. LER. TAYLOR, VANCE. AMRER.

soap Comml loners: i iK I. For sale by all deniers.COUN'rY .;.. "<.: .... ICAN and DELOACH Saw Mill,.
,If J.Tj; DlKbtower, Chairman Vernon. ERIE, LEFFEL, TAYLOR and
rfi A. C.Gilbert Chipley Feature of the Pensacola InterstateFair SOUTHERN Engines and Boilers, PERKINS Shingle Mill Machinery. Special :
'pw 8.:: U. Davie, Wauaau. EXHIBITS Stave Machinery for-Turpentine Plants.
:ail J. B. Porter Mill vllle. That Is Growing Large stock carried for Immediate Shipment. Get our prices betore buf Ing.
In Popularity. We can save you mosey. A postal will bring our Traveler.
1). IV QUOD, Santa Rosa.
I Bach County Anxious to Excel the
I' Write for literature covering your; special requirements..
s i .,. S hool.Board: A .feature of the agricultural exllblt ;. Others By Its Individual '
... G. B. Bush. Chairman Orange Hill of the Pensaoola Interstate Pair Exhibit. I Jyle.Hb Machinery CO.140S..Q .

J''' :" : S. .J. Gainer St. Andrew. peculiar to this fair Is the community 410 B. flay 1It.! Jeck onville. Florida

1t \.,:. W. F; Russ, Vernon. ixhlblts feature which was origtnat- It is already known that there wilt I L'OnIl'DItlling Telephone No. 74.Here's ,

--, id by L. W. 'Hardy, now field agent be at least half a dozen county exilbits .

CHIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS. ? lor the Pensacola Commercial Asso- at the Pensacola Interstate

4: Mayor-A. Campbell.. tlation and who I. employed in get Fair and, there is every prospect

u Marshal-John Roberts ting together the county exhibit: for that 'there will be more, as each of a Good Sog'un.for) ;

", clerk and Treasurer-W. W. Cook. Escambla: county. the West Florida counties seems to _
Council-W. O. Butler; Jr. chairman, This 'feature was Inaugurated last be eager to get a chance to prove by

A. D. Carmichael, A. A. Myers, C. E. rear' and was quite a, revelation to exhibits that It Is the beat agricultural ]- a. Bigger and, Better I Business.DON'T
Tharp. J. McQeachy iven those who had exploited the ad- county in the best agricultural .
In Escambla section of one of the best agricultural]
.' -I i Bounty vantages and of who farming'thought they: knew states in the South. ......................... :-

what could be done here. In fact, Escambla county has .employed a
: :<, The Banner any of the community exhibits; of man and Is paying him a steady sal BLOCK THE WAY! r;' "

which there ,were three .at last year's ary to go around over the county gath I _, :A: :. ,

: r r fair, would have done credit to any Bring together the articles to make up Move as fast as the procession-or moveout."Take: the
I county as a county exhibit. the exhibit of thla county and similar ....,
; I This year it Is thought that there means are being employed In other pace of the company you are in or make \\lV'; for.tbe man
a Fla.
\ Chipley, will be several more communities counties which are to. have' exhibits behind. -

," '... "' : represented and that the premiums her..
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offered for the best exhibits of this
'""'x:\" ". Stand. far. the .Upbulldlnr' of kind will, be closely contested for. FORTUNES IN FACES. Don't standin; the way of new ideas. Don't pause in the

J, '., \ One community which had already There's often much truth In the saying
M'r\ -: Chipley, secured sixty feet in which to display 'her face is her fortune but Us never said path of better system. Don't settle down on the ]ladder of

.. '! feet where pimples, skin eruptions, blotches or success Don't be
"if; Its exhibit: now wants forty a barnacle on the ship of pregress.Changemeansprogress. .
)':' ,. Waalilngton. County more, which shows something the ilemlsheo dutlgure. Impure blood Is back ,_ .. v' '
: of these exhibits. ortbem, and shows the need of Dr. Klnits
;';;, proportions New Lira Tills. They promote health and : .. ProgreSs.-me lns advancement

',{., ..' ;. And Florida! Always an "If." beauty 25o at 8 E MoOouohy.CO .

"'I ( > .. .- ... Life is governed by. "Us" at every'airA Advancement
means. movement. '
4,,'" ..J YEARS* MOVE! ..
: : '. l Per Year. .
,:Subscription $1 EXPERIENCE
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,'. ,I' TilE WA
.: "r ice' -7 .. Unpardonable Fault. !
A man should pardon everybody'; '
;;}.L, <.. ', ,..., ,Wt nuke a Specialtyl'of: fault rather than his own.-Cato, --
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.; A JAKi ON TUB .rii ACK *
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: Neat
(l't.' "1,, ''I. :.' ". of the rest express means serious trouble TRADE MARK.DIESIGNS OUR IS L. JONES, A D. CAUMItJHAELAtlurney

'i; .,. z 1' w Artistic bend if not removed, so does loss of appetiteIt I COPYRIGHTS AC.
r means lack of vitality, lea of strength' I Anyone.endtnga.kolrh.ndd..ortvttnnaar Notary Public Stats at Larjr at, Law
". and nerve weakness If( fails take quickly ascertain our opinion. freo, wufetlier. aa tli ....,.cl1e.UAR..811841.111.
;; \ Commercial Printing appetite Invention 'probably 't !' ibte Commualemtton..irlotlrconadetitfa. -
.. All business
HANDBOOK on I'.ta entrusted to
Electric Bitters quickly to overcome the
,,:; .ent free OMent Ken T for ceeurliiff patent Chipley,' Fla
i'f1 \ cause br toning up the stomach ana oaring Pateut take tfirouah Mann it CnTrwMlTetptctatnotice
i- : "UhotJ'oh.ntehaU.. my care will have
my prompt
;: : {i.' .' :- the indigestion M, Uesshelmer, Lincoln,
\ Heb.< bad been lick over three years, but Scientific Jlmerl( M. attention. Fees reasonable.Can
> :i; \ :: r t' The; Banner six bottles of Electric: Bitters put him right I I A hendnomelT ninotrnl weeVly.,: Tjinreat..l.. I D1 J. JONES.
'J..:,j.J.jf_ '",,, ",\.'. f,:\" ,",." again. They bare helped thousands TheY'glye oohulon- j far or month.any.ittentllto. ,qL iournaL- br.II' Terflirr ",..fa. be Post Office, !
.Z,:';";.'If"-t... ,n', '.'(f ;-'\, pure blood,strong nerves.*good dines (& :., wrt oroe7-At-L-<< .

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"Notice: of Election. with-Initiative the Secretary etIUons".and of State shall not less be than filed Notice of Election, .........................

-- four ((4)) months proceeding the date of --0- f

WHRHEAS, The legislature of 1011, the proposed election are at to which bo voted the upon measures, and all so To the Sheriff of Washington County, : :: :

under he Conntltntlon of 1888. of the petitions submitted under the power of of the State of Florida
State of Florida, did pans three Joint the Referendum shall be known "Ref- Wt'reFen'ce.
Heholutlons proposing amendments to erendum Petitions", and shall as be filed lie It Known. That I. II f'LA.CRA.W-- : : :
of the State of .
the Constitution of tho State of Florida! with the Secretary of State not more FORD Secretary of State I.
and the samo wore agreed; to by a vote of than Bitty (00)) days after the final adjournment Florida, do hereby give notice that a ;
lliriw-Uflhs of all the members elected teach of the session of the Legislature General Election : :
house; that the votes on said Joint; whichba.ll have passed the measure will bn held In Washington County,Statu "j
Resolutions were entered upon their re- to which the referendum 4s applied, of Florida on Tuesday next succeeding ,
spectilvo Journals with tbe yeas and the filing of a Referendum Petition tho first Monday tn November A. U. 1913, .. .i' ,
nays thereon, and they did determine against any item or section of any act, or tho said Tuesday being the I ,
and direct that the said Joint lleaolutlona resolution, shall not the remaIn- "
prevent Fifth Day of November j --.-- .l....
be submitted
to the electors of the
der of such
from effective
measure becoming -
For six (n) Precldentlal Elector D
Slate at the Ueneral Election la November I I'I'I _
1012.Now ; For ono Keprexeiitail from the State:! of tpbj
(6) Any measure or amendment to the Florida at largo; In the NIxty-thIrd 11'"r.'\\ ." "
TIIEUKFOKB, I, If. CLJLY CRAW- Constitution proposed under the Initiative Congress of tho United States ,.1\\ -
FOUl>, Secretary of !State of the State of .. 2fr
and any measure to which the Referendum For! one Representative the 3rd Congressional -- -
Florida, ; do hereby Rive notlco that a U applied shall be referred to..a District; of Florida, In the L.I '
;' General Blectlon vote of the qualified electors of the /State: Klxty-thlrd Congress of the United .4, ''I -- --
will lit held lu each county In Florida On and shall become a law when approved Stutos.. l
Tuesday iieKU succeeding tbe first Monday by a majority of the'votes cast thereon For Governor nf the State of Florida. 4 (If, M
in November! A. D.,11112, the said and upon proclamation ol the Governor, For Secretary of Mate nf the State of \ "
Tuesday being the and not otherwise; Florida. a.c.. I'',
-Flini Day of November (7) The veto power of the Governor For Attorney General of the State of '- ; : "
for ratification shall not extend to the Initiative or Ref. Florida.
or rejection of thsaid
For of the Stato of Florida.
Joint Resolutions erendum measures approved by a majority
proposing ,
For Treasurer of the State of Florida.For t
meats. to the Constitution of the State oFloridavlz of the qualified(( electors:
: ((8)) The reservation of the power of tbe Superintendent:! of Public Instruction Just word Farmers and Fence
Initiative this of the State of Florida. a Builders:
and Refer Ddum In Article For Commissioner of Agriculture. of the .: g
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing shall not deprive the Legislature of State of Florida. ,
Amendment to Article V of the Const! the right to repeal any law,. propose or
For one Justice of the Supreme Court of
@ Having made deal for Ten Car
a Loads
intlon' or the :Stain of Florida Itelatlvtn pass any measure, which may bo conlloit.ent the State of Florida.
thu Judiciary Department. with the Constitution the State jgfr
For one Railroad Commissioner: for the
Brit. Resolved'by the Legislature of the. and of the United States: ; State of Florida.! of the Best :American Steel'Wire'Fence-'wc' :.
Mate of florida: (9)) The Legislature shall make suitable For State Senator for 25th! Henatorla.1DlstrlC't
That provisions tor carrying Into effect the of the t"tl01 Florida. .
the following amendment to Article -,
\ V of the Constitution of tile :Sta.tof : provisions of this !Section.! Forone Member the (louse of Representatives : are in position to make you better prices t
Il'lorlda relative to the Judiciary Department That Section Sixteen (10) of said Article ., of the State of" Klorlda. .
to be numbered Section 4J: of saidArticle Three (3) shall be amended so as to For County Judge." ? V.
V, be and the same U hereby read as follows: For Sheri, than ever before. .

agreed! to and shalliio submitted to the Section 16. Each law enacted, whether For Clerk of the Circuit Court. _. $
electors of the at the election For Prosecuting Attorney.For < _
State general I by the Legislature or by the people '' '
to be held on the drat Tuesday alter : under the Initiative, shall embrace but County Assessor of 'axes. <& Be sure you see us before buying wired (9
the lirst Monday In November A. L>. 1013, : one subject and matter properly connected For Tax Collector.For .
for ratification or rejection to-wit: therewith, whichsubject shall be County "rea urer. r
Sec. 42. There shall be another Judge briefly expressed In the title and no Inw For Instruction County Superintendent of Public S elsewhere. It means money saved. 0
shall be. amended or revised to Its title
of the Circuit Court of Duval County In '
only; but In such case the act, as revised For County Surveyor. .0
addition I to the Circuit I Judge of the circuIt For Five County Commissioners.For .
In which said county Is situated. or section as amended, shall be, re-enact.
Such additional Circuit Judgo shall be ed and published at length of Three Public-instruction.Members of the County; Board : HdwCo. '

] appointed by the Governor and contlrmby That Section l Seventeen ((17)) of said Article For J ustlce of the Peace In and for the Chipley :
the Senate, and shall hold office for Three (3) shall be amended so as to following tlce District; viz:
"fclx, (U) years, and shall receive the sameMiLlu.rv read us follows: I No. No. No, No. No. Mo.I efJ..e.

or-Circuit and Judges allowance, but t-for the expenses same shall as" oth.Ie Legislature Section' 11,"ball rverybll bo read i by passed its title L ay the on I 8 8'7 11 13 10 17 81 21 t'U ..$. .....Q.f1) 1

paid by the County of Duval oat of thegeneral ltd lint reading In either House unless 3 IJ 13 It 83 --- ------,- -- --- -- -- -- -- .. __ _." __ ___ _n__ _
revenue of said county. lie shall oncnklrd of themfmbeis present desire 4 9 14. 10 24
have" all the powers and perform all the It'read by sections. Every bill shall be 30 1Vo icO. I
duties that lire or may be provided or read on three several days, unless two- For Co stab10le inland for the following I A. G. McQuagge "
prescribed by the Constitution or by thirds of the members present when such Justice Districts,. viz: -Notice Is hereby jived that "'P, the nn- I ,
Statute for Circuit Judges, and all stat- bill may be pending shall deem It expedient .!'\Io. No. No. No No. No. derslgned.: Intend to make uu|>llcullon to Notary Public ".
Vies concerning Circuit Judges shall apply to dispense with this rule Every 1' 0 11 10 t 2l 26 Hon. Will II. Price Judge of the Ninth
to him The distribution of the bus bill shall be read bv Its sections on Its 2 7 13: 17 S3 Judicial Circuit of Florida In and for State "
Iness of the Circuit. Court of Duval Coun- second reading and ou Its final) passage, 3 8 13 IS 23 Washington County on the 30th day of I at Large.. .
ty between the two Circuit Judges and unless on Its. second reading two-thirds 4 \\I 11 1U 3tA October, 11)12.'wlierosoevurthesald.Iiidge .-
the allotment or assignment of matters of the members present In the UOllsewbero"illlch 10 15 SO! 93In may then bo, to legalize the adoption of ,, .IRA A. HUTCmSOIN
and canes to be heard decided, ordered, Pauline Thomas ,
bill may be pending shall Whereof I have hereunto a minor. under the age
Testimony -
tried, decreed or adjudged shall be von' deem It expedient to dispense" with thin of twenty one yearn.,!
set hand and alllxed
trolled or made when necessary by the my E. M. D. Attorney at Law.
rule. The vote on the final passage of THOMAS
the Great Seal of the
!State I
of said Court who shall have the
Judge every bill or joint resolution shall be taken MART AUIOAII. THOMAS
(Seal.) of Florida at Tallahassee, Office at Vernon. !@rIa.
older COTImission, in force at tho time.
by yeas and nays, to be entered on- the the Capital this the ,
Such additional Circuit Judpe shall reside -
Provided I
Journal of each House; That
In Duval County- fourth djiy of Aueiivt,.A. D Studebaker wagons-a carload of'
any general revision of the entire laws 1\11\\ !. Will practice in Circuit Courts
embodied In any bill shall not berequir- II. CLAY CR.\wnmn. of 'em-Dunn-Coleman Co. Florida and the Federal Courts.
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an ed to be read by sections upon Its unal of State. .,..,
Amendment Article 13 of tho Constitution passage and Its reading may be wholly '1'IC. U. ALLEN: Sheriff Secretary\\Bshlnittou Co, .- --- ..--- .. --, __ __ __ -' ... n' -.. -_ ____ _. .
of the State: of Florida, Relativeto dispensed with oy a two-thirds vote. A T
Education, to be Known as Section majority oLtho members present In each -'
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17 of Said Article; Providing for the Issuance (House shall be necessary to pass every
of Bonds by Special I Tax :School:: till or joint resolution.. All bills or joint NEW
Districts, for the Exclusive Uso of Public resolutions so passed shall be signed by
Free :Schools Within Such School ,lio presidium officer of the respective ymwr Pensacola Inter State
District, and Authorizing the Levy of a Houses and by tho Secretary of the Sen- -
Tax to Create Sinking Fund for the uta and the Clerk of the Ilouso of Repre ,
I'ayment of the Interest and. Redemption sentatives.
of /Such: IJonds.Re Shop.

It resolved by the Legislature of the The votes cast in compliance with said

That State the of Florida following: amendment to Ar- declarations proposed amendments and returns, and thereof the canvass, shallbe WW..i..........r....r W tbllr | Pensacola |I. FAIR | Florida. t AF AFj

ticle 12 of the Constitution of the State subjected to the same regulations: and T. If. CAI.LAHAN. Propr.I .
of Florida! to be known as /Suction: 17 of restrictions as are provided by law for
elections In tbe State of Florida! ,
Said Article be, and the same Is hereby have just opened a barber
agreed to, and shall be submitted to tho IN TESTIMONY WIIKKKOF: I have October 28th to November 2nd, 1912.
electors of the Sto.te'u.t tbe next genera hereunto! my hand and alII x- shop in the Dekleold building, on
election of Representatives to be held In (Soul) ed the treat Seal of the :Slate of
tbe year A. D. J'!12, for ratllicatlou or rejpctlon. Florida, at Tallahassee, the corner west of First Nat. Bank, CONDUCTED FOR THE,PURPOSE OK INSTRUCTION '

Capitol this the twenty-firth and will appreciate a share of IN AGRICULTURAL, DI DEVELOPMENT.
I of A. D.1012.
day July .
providefor ,
Sec. 17. The Legislature may
, Special Tux School Districts, to Issue II, CRAWFORD your barbering trade. I guarantee -

bond. theexclusive use of public tree Secretary of tatp.1 to rive vou satisfaction Mammoth Exhibition of W. Florida' Products.: ...... '
schools" within any such Special l'ax _.. -,- -- .. ..
!School District, when ever a majority of -1 t
the freeholders shall vote In favor of the Issuance Heir Cut 26c.i I

of such bonds. I J + An Exposition of the Resourcea of Wekt .Florida, knowing/ ho

Whenever any such I Special Tax School growth and development of Agriculture in.West Florida and (Its, unlim:
District has voted )In fav<.r of the Issu .
anc of such bonds a tax not to, exceed Excursion Fares From R. F. SCARLETT possibilities. I I
live mills on tbe dollar, I In any one year, Held In the CITY OF PENSACOLA, the Deep Water Port of.the Gulf
on tho taxable prooerty within the district i Exhibits of Agriculture Live Stock 'etc. from
Poultry, every
shall -
voting for the Issue of binds CHIpley Plo. .
bu levied In accordance with law providing Notary Public. County in West Florida and South Alabama. University of Florida.

for the levying of taxes, tq become Ii -TOLoubvUle I Agriculture Exhibit .
fund for the payment of the Interest and Real Estate Handled. .
redemption of such bonds, i Make yourBntrtew oorly-aIitrier will Positively
Ky. and Renturd, J1?.!5-, witeCtiear aly;-'r"'_ <0<' ---_
;n "' 10.e fa 19th.
I'rouoslug Amendments to Section One Account Tbo Chrl! thur'Cfli'-"ch International I Oct f

(1)), Sixteen (JO) and !Seventeen_(17) .of 1IJsshl'l1ry) fonvfiitlou. Dutesif Office In First National Bank. Exhibits returned free, when accompftttljdby a certificate from .
Article Three ((3) of the Constitution of sptle:October 13, 14 A in.: 1912. Return General **
Manager showing articles on exhibition
the State of Florida, Relating to Letds-! frallt, Oct. 84, 1018. with privilege of extension .
tlve Authority of the btmtd: 6f"Florida. to Nov. 11. 1913. upon deposit of THR O RE ATTEST. AGRICULTURAL BXHI
Ii<* It Resolved by the Legislature of the ticket and payment of fee of ti l. at Special A.. "VT. 1V:I EI S, i'
! State of Florida; Agency Room MM/ ) Equitable lildn., on or FLORIDA HAH BVE3FC SEEIS.AGRICULTUKE .

That tho following Amendments to before (>ct. 34, 1918. Attorney and Counsellor at Law -

Section:! One (1)), /Section Sixteen (It!*, and '
Fla.;and Return $10.35 .
Section Seventeen ((17) as amended,of Ar- Jacksonville, Bon I fay, Fla. LIVE STOCK.

ticle Throe ((3) of the Constitution of the Account l Southern Medical' Aaaoclutlon.Dttten Office in Lindscv Uulldingr.iJP 2h-PI.CCe '
State of Florida! be and they lire hereby I nf sale. November 9, 1O& 11. 1913. POULTRY .
agreed to, and shall be proposed and submitted I Return limit, Nov. 18.1013. with privilege o- .
to the electors of this State for of extension to Doc. 15. 1913. upon dn-. serviceto APICULTURE. .
approval or rejection the next K>-'aeral posit of : Nov.15.1919.Ittof fee of (1, Prompt, personal WOMAN'S Brass Band
election hereafter, that Is to say: on or before clients.

Section One ((1) of said Article Three FINE ARTS.
(3)) shall bit amended so as to read AS follows Louisville Ky. ana Return $23.85
25 Piece
: Account Southern:! Educational A.BO- I. O. O. f*, NOTICE. -
Section (1)) The Legislative authority elation. Dates of stile| November 21\ and .
of tills State shall be vested lu a LegNliiturn 27, 1913. Return limit. I Joe. 3. 1U13. Until further notice
consisting of a cnate and a '
)House of Keprusentatlves. and shall be Columbia S. C. and Return, '$13.55 Chipley Lodge No.56, tftarneae,3 Qnce. --
designated TiiK; LK/ Isr.ATUKK OF TUB I. O. O. F., will meet at 7:00 p. pi.
STATE or FLORIDA, but the people re- Accnnnt Fifth-Rational Corn Exposition each evening. Motorcycle RoceA-
servo to ilxMiHiilvvM power to propose Dates of sale, Jnnuurr 20, 2\:\. 2.>, 27, 31l'eby.3 .
laws and amendment to the Constitution' 5 & 7.1013. Return limit Feby. By'order of the Lodge. -. HORSE SHOW'.
of the State, and to enact or reject 1 a. 1013. with privilege: of extension t<> E A. RATCUFFE, N. C.S.13..1unso .
such lawn: and amendments the polls April 13.! 1013. neon deposit of ticket and Some of the beat horses of the country will be shown, among .them'John
Independent of the Legislature, and alsoreserve payment of*! on or before Jnby. 13. 1913.J c Secy.
A. the ohamplon harness stallion of 1907 who will endeavor to
at their own option the power to D. NEPPER, Ticket Agent. .
lower the track record
at the polls any act.
Item approve. nr n or..nt.liin nf any act.. or. resolution. J. W. LURTON, D; P. A. Subscribe for The Banner. ,

of the-Legislature; Reduced Railroad Rates. One Fare Plus 25c
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(3)) The tint power reserved by the ---- --

jar centuthe Initiative the legal voters twenty shall have(-I)) UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Florida State; College For Women GENERAL ADMISSION.

the right: to propose any legislative GAINESVILLEA TALLAHASSEE Admission, Day, Adult .,, SOc Night, Adults..: . . . .Zc

measure, and twenty-Hve< per centum Superior But Inexpensive Institution for Cotlertot Art and Science, Normal'School. Children under 12. .'.r, ..., .. ...26c Children under 1:, .. lac
Shalt have she rhlb' to propose amendments Florida Young Men.Fuerollegen.agrfculteralepedmeat. School of Munlc.School of Art. School ol Ex pro* 4
to the Constitution by petition, .kn, School of Horn fccono mka. One Grand
and every such petition shall include the station; Klrt claM equipment throughout. Tuition Gorgeous Spectacular "
eaten.k.n., 46 pfofeMora and awlutnta. -
full text of the measure\: so proposed; University 1.Otbc.r ezpenHc very low. For information
HO per cent Increajw In attrodanc laneetaia add raw. M1DWRY.SOMCTHING [ .
(O:\) Tim second power reserved Is the .e b ildln yrnfdnl or
Referendum anti I it may be ordered except 'ue addrre... A. A.MUD SIEC. EDWA..CONRAD..PmUwl.ISwrseries. DOING VERY MINUTE.
as to laws necessary for the Immediate .
preservation of public peace bnulln THRILLING FREE ATTRACTIONS DAILY. *
and safety, either by portion signed by
twenty (2O) per centum of the legal voters Saibara A cordial invitation lo everyone; all will be welcome. Hremlurri'Lists

or hy the Legislature; ,. Entry Blanks and any Information desired will be gladly'..furnished -

(4) Th percentage of legal voters Satsuma Orange, Grape Fruit Pecan. upon request. '. ,
shall be based
the total number of,votes cast at the Past All Other Fruit, Ornamental and Shade Trees. T. E. Wont! reiildciit. N a. Lillnrcl Secy. &, Gen. Mgr.
election for the State ofiloor receiving -
general ; '
tho highest number of votes cast Write for Illustrated Catalogue and Price V. 'PFFICK, 509 mount Bidg.
at such election; Office Phone 928. k< Pair Ground .Pl.dne" 1876yy

.power(5)' All of the petition Initiative submitted shall be under known the as 1002 Pbone-Bell Van Antwerp 3227 Bldg. Mobile, Ala J. 1 E, Calley, -Krent. rI -

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%'"'? II. Personal.Schedule IT The County October Court term Jurors.of the County II' Town Topics. IT {," "I,

Court will convene at Vernon MOST
of next Monday, the 14th inst. and The county commissioners and ;

t. B. C. tffe St. A. Railroad.Kectiv the following i is the jury drawnto board of Education.were in sea' AYr' ,t.,

March @12, IJ12. serve at this term of that courtT. sion Monday.The 'f'
Train No. 1Goto TralnNo. :2Uotng I S. Johnson, M. D. MashburnR. Ir ,'.' I "
Boutb.Station recent rainy and unfavor- <, :
North. L. Knowles, Jno. W. Bruner ;\:,, ",
L. 11ooa.m.: Chipley 9:00 p.m. Ar. able weather has cast the farm- ''t, '
11:33 a.m. WauaauOreenhead 4:87: p.m. J. D. Rooks, J. B. Grant, .' I' :
n-.oa p.m. 4:00: p.m. ers of this section several thous- "
18:00 p.m. Riverside 8:64: p.m. T. B. Richards, Jno. W. Tharp, 'It, f. ,
and dollars in to cotton
18:" p.m. VlckubargSouth 3:13: p.m.It damage
Ar. 1:00 p.m. port 8:00: p.m. TJV. C. M. Williams, W. D. Campbell, and the bay after fashion, when '; r'
I .. L::,E. Vickerv, W. B. Daniel.: crop. handle your business a 1 1: I

How time does fly. It seems :
A. D. made
Campbell a trip When times
only last week when we dug up times are good and money easy. ,tare
,down the B. C. Monday. The retail grocers of Dothan, -
all for Xmas
Ala., are evidently tired of.carry- our spare "dough" tight you feell the .
Rowel Bowen was up from thePinelog presents and here it is nearly hard and money
ing'those who are.slow. to.: pay i
section Saturday. '
their accounts; and. in self defense time to dig again. need of a business; connection with a S S

Dr. Brunson of Wausau was have organized an association Every Democrat in Washington t

1 r in the city Monday morning. with the following rule: All county should learn the name Strong and Reliable Bank i it
t t.
1 : : -. County Treasurer H. B. Tiller bills payable at the end of each of the six democratic candidatesfor .

'. was up from Vernon Sunday. month. And the customer who presidential electors and yote credit
,. t Do banking business your
; does not pay or make satisfactory for them in the coming election. your
Rey. Gavin of was _
".. one of the visitors here Monday I arrangement before the 15th Revs. F. C. Hawk and W. P. good with the strongest Bank in I
w:((7 .
ot the month following the
'' .', prc- Richardson conducted an ordi- :
Miss Emily Tucker of Clarks-
;'1. senfation of his bill, will be deni- nation service at the Orange Hill Washington County. \
: ,
TiDe is the of Mrs. W. H.
'\1 '..:. guest ed further credit by all membersof
0.; ," ," .. Faulk. Baptist church last Friday and
', 1M "
the association.
\ Such
an asso-
I,1 ordained Chas. Temple to the
0" Joseph Morey and wife of Kansas ciation might be 'organized in ministry.Get r
First National :
;: City Mo., were tourist visitors some other towns, with proft .to The ,
here Sunday. the merchants. into the advertising 'col- 4 ;,

.. umns of the Banner with your of Chip ley.
,. : ', ?a. Theo. Tharp was quite. sick fall announcements. You reach
all of last week, but be is .some- The quantity of goods receIv- the through !
public its columns!" -1 Y.
;, .-, what improved now. ed by the merchants ot Chipley and the investment will pay many r

indicatea, prosperity that is not ______
W. D. Owens Jr., of Gates.wood times the cost.
small proportion. The
: in
... Ala., was shaking hands
We have not heard anything
of all this section know that S.
All kind of Feed atWilliams Land For Sale.
with friends here Monday.W. .-
Chipley is not only the best mar- about it recently, so we rise to I
& Helton.
_ L. Gilbert, a prosperous ket for their cotton and other ask how about that exhibit: from 80 acres, 6 miller south of Chip- Icket.

farmer near Graceville, was in farm products, but that it is also Wasbington county to be at the Fresh Garden Seed at Campbell ley, on Orange Hill; 35 acres4tni
y' town Saturday with cotton. the best place to buy the merchandise Inter-State tair at Pensacola? & Dekle Co's. der cultivation, 2 houses, plenty t'".;'.

',! : Wm. M. Wilson of Santa Rosa they, require. In the Time is almost here. B. Blake & Co. have somethingof of fruit; remainder in timber ,1L'

was a visitor here Monday en- first instance the highest price is The round trip rate from special interest to the ladies to $10 per acre. LL, :\' '

'n route to Vernon on business. paid; in the second; the lowest Chipley to Lake City, account the offer; step in see what it is. 40 acres, 3 miles east of Foun is, ,i-

,. ;i, ,_; Uncle Jule Salomon, the' irre- price is charged... annual reunion of_ Confederate_ __no"._ __. Absolutely, fresh. groceries. and tamp; 3 acres cleared and small if!*' ,'\.,
yi, i jv;: pressible insurance man mingled Veterans, Oct. 23-25, isonly$4.10 quick delivery is what you get house. $300.Reason ev ,.,

t < with friends here Friday. Governor Gilchrist, and a few Tickets will lie on sale Oct. 21, from Williams & Helton. for selling: I am going

lawyer, are using their utmost with a return limit of Oct. 28. South. Address ,.'
;', Chipley Bryan and wife of Live endeavors to prevent the submis- There are some tremendous A. P. FENNEL, i'

j S Oak are here the guest of his party sion of the initiative and referen- The Chipley High School op- bargains' an that lOc counter at Lynn Haven, Fla 1

4, ; cats, Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Bryan dum amendment the people of ened Monday with a good attend- Campbell & Dekle Co's. :')

rr- ance and with a prospect for successful For-
:' ,i- T. A. Dekle, wife and baby of Florida for their consideration at When you wear shoes that Williams ]- Farm Sale. ,
year's work. During the r-
r t. /", CampbeUton,were the guest ot the polls on November 5th. We school year the patrons should i & Helton sell you are guar- Forty acre farm good build.? ) 'I.'
: relatives here hope the courts will not grant the anteed satisfaction.It '
and Monday
;;>, Sunday visit'
the school frequently: It ings, 7 miles southwest of Chip* '

j--: injunction which they seek.: Let encourages alike the teachers and you want to see a wonder ley, near hard road, for sale at ,I ,

-C" J. W.'CaUaway and daughter, the people vote on it, then bring pupils for better work. You are stop in and see that 5c dry goods 'I reasonable price. For par.hcii i I

\ ', :. Miss Janie, returned from Pana- action to test the validity of the welcome at the school; and'your counter at Campbell & Dekle Co. lars address!" BANNER, Chiple ,

."''- ma City last week, where they amendment,if. necessary... presence may be an inspirationto BUSTER BROWN SHOES & i,

1 had spent the summer. every child in attendance. Farm For Sale. :
% aW + Charlie Mercer one of the pros- are the very best made for children. llilctlon: "

!r r Mrs. T. C. Jones had The automobile Get them from Williams I< '
quite a perous farmers! living a few miles which carries Eighty acres of land, 40 acres

? ./{ V severe attack of acute indigestion south of town, was here Satur- the Chipley-Vernon mail was & Helton. in cultivation; 6 miles south weft! .

:;a Friday afternoon, but she is day looking after business matters wrecked about four miles northof Drop in and see how well our of Chipley, on hard road; ,good"" '

:fit '""*'*"'improVing now, though not well Mr. Mercer says be ,has Vernon ,one afternoon last bargain counter is filled; you will bu'Idings.barnetc.' For, 'tc-,

,..''",., .,' y**' 100 head of hogs to sell for pork week. It is claimed the steeringgear surely want something on it. ulars address 1 BANNER, Chipley.
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a'Y h;!<\;(; A. R. Charles and Orville this fall and is already deliveringtwo locked and the car swerved Missses Richardson. r. ", ,

B ;J"G;: +,, Langston of Indiana, were tourist, for which be receives from the road and struck a tele- Tee shoe that will last a long The Chipley Hardware Co. is .'.

> j -, visitors here a day or two last 9 cents per,pound. He says he phone pole. Several parsengers .
time and is headquarters for Hardware "th'r ,
comfortable is :
were in the carat the time of the the ,. I
will have 200 to sell next "
r week. They seemed impressed year.
accident, all of whom were more shoe you. want to buy. That's Get your fresh meats from
with our town and sec- or less injured, but the kind of ( I
none seri- shoes we sell. T. L. Wells &
: Sharron. We
tion. Both ot Pensacola's daily pa ously., Wells & Bro. sell it for,. ), l.,

will publish cash. .,..,1wl?,
pers seven papers a :
I E. L. Reddick one of( Und**.\11"u1 ,_ r- wr *a.I.1::: ,, 'r., .....-. ......'-.'.-...,---o----. ,. ....., --- "" t I
;'.: /. : Sam's railway postal] clerk* M.1C weed:" p2ni5"yournaT"h"as: begun -, J'rr'll.f; ) I 'j.;.,
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'over .I. publishing% a Monday edition and A ""'1'"' .

f:;' 4 :, to a.*eQ ,
," oun.+!"" "Ibe Williams reunion.His paper on and after October 20th. --" < --- I:

.- .-' friends were glad to greet These "progressive, papers ot .

,. him again. West Florida's metropolis is simply i

.,'t; .. with the of
-..; keeping up spirit .' ..
,;; '' Makinr Hay. the times. ,
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,;::1? aft. \1 A Leon county farmer bas solved
Capt. S. M. Robertson and W.
: i"" the problem of saving bay. in i
"t : II. Walden have been selectrd as QI
; Florida. He has invented a machine ILL
I 'to Camp _
with which to dry, or cure "
McMillan the Confederate reunIon -
at '
,, :'1 the hay, using a process similar Every lot, S

d. to that used in drying lumber in to be held at Lake City of material for .'.

1 .\' a kiln. The machine works by Oct. 2325. It ia also expected a StudebaKer wagons a_ t

?:; steam power and is portable like that a number of other .members =m must pass the rigid -

S ';.:,:$J a thresher. The.hay is cut in of the Camp will.attend. I I searching test of the (t''

: the field, run through the ma- ; t1T laboratories.
The special session,of the legislature
chine and is then ready for immediate I

.'.. '.l baling. All moisture is i which met Oct. 1st was ., Physical and chemical tests discover .

':-,, ;> removed from the hay'but it retains only in' session two days. No Inferior paint, varnish. Iron, steel and

', l / the oril'inatcolor and odor. legislation other than that forwhlcb wood. Material not up to'a high standard never
< ',. I:. All trouble caused by moistureis .the session was called, becomes a part of a StudebaKer wagon. _

: eliminated and by using this was considered.. .., .. .,', ,
Let us tell you more ",
be 'stored and
hay can -
-S :- process Whatsoever thy had findeth to : about the Studebakerget'acquainted
:..< kept here as elsewhere. Enthusiasts "
do, do it with thy might; for with the
.;W who have seen the machine
there is no work, nor device, nor StudebaKer construction
\i..r. claim that it will revolutionize
: knowledge, nor wisdom in the X23 before you buy any wagon.DuollColernan.
; tock,raising: Florida, and make whither thou goest. ,
;', this a great bay'raising state. grave -
,M".,,,,?;,:, .. Eccle. 910. C ;).
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y" r Cash for Chickens and Eggs ,
be an averageman.
t ..',,' Anybody can .. .
,i. -1" The'Cbiplev Hotel will pay the Get up and do somethingto A. G. McQUAGGE. General Manager,

.';&. At': '0. highest market price, IN CASH, make yourself better or more -

-e jfor your chickens and eggs. important. than the'average man.
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