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The Chipley banner
Place of Publication:
Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
October 31, 1912


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
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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Strayed or Stolen. ,i Why buy and f fn'C]'fi
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One dun colored but-headed you a j oad'vj jpv.
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Broadcloth Coats in largev sizes, at $3.48. Coats of fancy mixed' goods at "frifrfi..,.
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?es, 7c. Green Coffee, 13c pound. Compound 93-4c. Flour, 73c. :Four halls'"-o.C:' .!\I:

Seven bars of soap, 25c. Seven boxes of Washing Powder, 25c. And man)' ,.otlloFurgain. ,w.

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; THE BANNER Democratic Presidential. Electors ,

,,: TBUBsDAY. Every Democrat should familiarize
him8' f with the of
At Chipley, Fla. names
t the Wilson and Marshall electors

: WAITER w. UOWBg, Bdltof.u before the election November 5tb Disci ,

.", J:.1i at' i.'poitaffica at Chipley..Fla., u and to assist you in the matterwe *
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SUBSCRIPTION: RATES: names, and, remember they will ,

OK* TWA*,...._.........w.11.00 not appear on the ballot in rotation
tXMOXTHS.60TKBKB as here given but will be arranged
in alphabetical order
.i\ttWa.; rates larnlobed on application. among about twenty-five or .tbir- ,1\-0\
to other names; In ordor to vote
Communications on live topics especially "
t. t*bal Interest, are solicited. It a straight democratic ticket for .' .
, that the pabllshAt \
U noderfWKXl. however Dry
Tin BA KKH will not be responsible' president vote for these electors:
tor 0lit10nijixpressed by: correspondents. '
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T'I'Taxi' B wants a live representative FRED DBBERRY.CHARLES H \\-r
and correspondent at every postoffleeto JONES. =
the county and will make liberal ar : -
'aD..DtI. with'the rlltrt parties. W. CHIPLEY JONES.

'l'Hb'6.DAV. Oct. 01. 1917.
".... H. C. SPARK: N: LCLC

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Orlando large vote baa ,
by a
It would be imagined that Eng I
declared,in favor of a $140,000 "THE VER" o
land with an area equal to that
bond.issue' for putting in a complete'.and -
,.. of Florida and a population of 36*
,modern,system.of sew- 075,269 (Florida only 715,139) wit Our'HiIf'
would be densely crowded in all r [ft
., and that it would be
The J*lorida division of Confederate impossible to get out of eight ot TRI

\Veterans which were in
houses but tbere
people.and ; are
Session> in? ,Lake: City last ,week some Very lonesome places in

darnel Pensacola .as their placeof England just the same, astbe ces
G- a.e .
meeting next year
following from the London Stan- ,. ':
;. r dard shows: The Conservative '. '

In your zeal for the success oi agen.said he had visited the placea tit est MCOn

thebg-candidates)] don't forget farm between Newcastle and a'e

-tfhe snMlle'r ones. Remember itt Maltwhistle; and in an area of
just'as important that you sup- 30,000 acres there were only four Well Deserved. I 153

. jort lire county candidate as the cottages. The members of this t5' 3 Gar Apia, ,>

nominee president.. farmer's family had lived in the, The_ Praise That Comes From M

& .. cottage: concerned for 600 years Thankful Cbipley People.One .

Congress appropriated by $30,. and tradition said that the' kitchen Kidney. remedy. has. known' nro jfp; chnt.

fan: it child welfare when it' is fire had not been extinguished merit., muc stt.i' ,
,Chipley people rely upon it.. te1B" t'tir
known that about one-half of the in over 200 years. J'be'claim.
That remedy la Dean's Kidney Pills :analr s
race-die before reaching- the of ant had to walk fifteen miles to '.Chipley testimony proves it reliable til arty* fit, Schei T|

five,Years; while $3,000,000 has vote The agent also said tbere Mrs..M A Davis, Jackson St., Chip- to we C.

been appropriated to raising: hogs was a child at that place who bad ley, Fla., says: "I consider it pleasure rr eof 20thJ pn acts f'lnd

not seen another child for two to again recommend: Doati'a!! Kidsubdty: t Blat
ney Pills in,a public way. I think O' bstl
it democratic success would ,years. just as highly of this remedy now as :r- it nne
jeopardize the prosperity of the r It --- G
did three years ago after cured me vtionfor
,country-why did thepresident No matter what you attempt, and I have hae,little or no kidney trouble f ,

-audex-president' insure demo do your best, and let the gods and since I was in poor health quite
Parries do' the rest. a while and seemed to be: growingworse. ,f
cratic success by dividing the re-
"I My nerves were all unstrungand 1
-pa.b1ic.anparty into warring fac- that when I \ o" .
I rested so poorly got i
To the Electors of Washington County.
tions. 'up in the morning I was all tired'oat.. IT.RI

I Most of you have at some time My appetite:was yoor and J always G

No progressive republican had occasion to complain at "tblaw's felt languid., My daughter finally pro-
cured a box: ot Doan's Kidney Pitls Boilerand
should be deceived by the pretense delay.
I began using this remedy. The _.
that Roosevelt has niz- All of' know that "the law's
org contents of the first box: did me so much be
Fpr a
'ted a permanent new party. It i is I delay" always postpones, and good that I continued to use It and bo- aptl
| Special and
'only a club he is using to beat the frequently defeats the enforce.. fore long I was In better health than I [ timate

republican party into insensibility. ment of I legal rights and the ad- had enjoyed for years. I feel that. I _
owe much to Doan's Kidney Pills. T&fl
ministration of j justice. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 YO

l. The people Duval; Nassau, St. cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
... New York, sole agents for the United
Accdrding to the census bureau's Johns and Clay counties\ (comprising States.
the Fourth Judicial Circuit Remember the name-Doan's-and
report the cotton ginnedito -
take no other. (Adv) n'glan
, October 18th, amounted to 6,. ) are complaining earnestly; -

;838841'bajes. with is nearly 82 at '"the law's delay. ,' A. yv W1EKS: uoooooonocooooooland

. ,:000) ( bales less than that ginned at BECAUSE they did nut get any relief ,
.' from the additional judges and Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
that date last when
year a ,rec-
circuits created last year, while every Bonifay, 'Fla.South -'
crop was grown. other circuit In the State did get relief;
.. Office in Liridsev,BuildingC
BECAUSE the population o(, the Can take caL1R'Prompt'personal

.: The republicans are claiming counties mentioned., and the businessIn -0- T
the circuit,courts of these counties service
credit for good crops, Did they --
is now more than four times greater to clients. We represent The
;: 'bring the rains? Well, hardly. than when the.judicial machinery we Metal f
K If the republicans controlled the have was provided; DR. R. E. TILLER. We can also'youDEN'

;, -.-- -' -rainfall would allow BECAUSE' Phone Telegraph
: "-- they some it is not humanly possible SURGEON or

i' monopoly to put'a meter on the for one man to do the work required T'AL with a complete.. ,-line,_of. t
'J, of the judge of the Fourth Circuit. Chipley. Florida - clouds and sell the showers so Phone 118'17.
The Legislature has recognized our "'A
much per drop. relief asked for Office .First Nat' Bank.
need of the by, proposing over f 0 .
'an-amendment to the Constitution .

EUK-DDWN 'PEOPLE which is,to be"voted ,on in the whole ;" \ c

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state at the election next we k.
. pi The amendment will appear on the
lfad Strong by VInoL ballot as follows

Bua40wn conditions. are caused "For Constitutional amendment,',Ar .fl..
fcy overwork worry too close con. tide V'creating an additional Circuit SEE TATxAi : ,
.....nt, a chronic cough or cold Judgeship for Duval count, salary and &r -
which !.
It difficult to cure. other expenses to be paid by Duval "'
W. want to ay to every person la .
this condition-you need Vlnol our county. .
. atllclous cod liver and Iron tonlo The adoption of the,amendment will .

without oil, the great strength cre promote the cause of justice; '\ e.P'. ) '- "'Just think how fine jtroom. 't
ator. It will supply Iron,to the blood The adoption of the amendment. will r- ,
Jn the most BUilT assimilated form cost .' '
you nothing} < The cbairs'matdl!
create a good healthy appetite If you do not object to the promotionof *
trt&Ktaeayour digestive organs and I justice, tree of cost to 'tliersideboard.i f
you are
you .
anal you eat better sleep better and I amendment ((((1i i :' .
teal better. requested" to vote for the 'i ll :; '.:' Remember, alsotji*
and further assist a worthy' cause_ by 1
, A case baa Just come to our attention '
,, from West Scranton. Pa.. Mrs. asking your friends and neighbors to ,for, service, 'as .well as'lc :
Cliasv Proper says: "For,three yearsI do likewise. "'" "'
,, WM all run down weak and had vertisement.I. afraid to use;it. That's'wl
.0 appetite and after all that timeX
',: am glad to say Vlnol has brought
back my health and strength, which
to lost what I WM told would do. ,ftbernotice
.1 We are confident that Vlnol Is the Chipley Lodge No.56.I. .Chipley Furniture Co r

.., beet bar bodybuilder ever sold.and strengthcreatorwe O. O. P., will meet at 7:00 p. m.

" ., Try a bottle on. our guarantee to each Monday evening.Dy Railroad Street .Chipley, Fla. :
refamd your' monej It It Jails to ,order of the Lodge. ;;
beach lO1I. M A. RATCUPJTE,.N. G.
S. E. Mcfiaacky Om,fbt, Cbipley Fla S. B. JptxsoN, Sec y. .

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l Ores. Simply and Modestly, Stud c Russell Sage has given an :/

Barber Hard: and Not Think of Boys AJ- additional $85,000 to Princeton uni- :.. :
vises William Allen White.
versity to go toward the completionof "

Shop. .. Minervadon't.You Holder hall. The whole of Holder .,I '

are just a little girl, only in hall, including Holder tower, is ';'
the gift of Mrs. Sage. The section ,
8ch ol. You should be kept in sim- "j
No WaIting.3.Barbers. for which .additional gift is to '
ple girlish clothes; you should have ''l', be used is the university dining halls. "
3 your head full of jour books. You J''
should be interested in girlish things. Mrs. J. K. Paine has given $38,000to
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way; your ,..J ii
Everything! Up-to-Now. mother hasn't enough sense to keep Knowles Paine fellowship in music; ,; I
.", lira. Caroline! M. Barnard has ', I
If' Shave . . ..-.. ISc. you a littlotgirl in simple frocks, the given .
!t. Il.iircnttlnfr,. .. .. 25c. blessed Lord knows should have $24,000 and Mrs. O. Jl. Sanger A handsome ncv/ style In )
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25c. books
; Shampoo many and pamphlets from the Diamond SpecialGrade d 3 ,
for the two of )
enough sense our Ofl
n r. ,1 Maaange, . . . 25c. you. '
Ali Hair Singe, ,., . 25c. Do you know,, child, you,are horribly ert library Sanger.of the late Pro?. Charles Rob' that will give the finishing PO.A/V :,: !

+ overdressed? The idea of ''
ba I "W c Slicit Your Patronage.Very you touch to any costume ? :. ;
wearing those clothes that bring out .
Respectfully every line and curve of your girlish This is only one of o'ur new patterns': :

N W. I. >. Peters F ropr.HUGH figure for men to leer at; Minerva, A young man has always had to Ask your dealer to show you his styles,6f 4 ;"

don't; don't put up your hair likea help'"make his opportunities, and he
He should have
,-. woman's of thirty; you are so must do that today as ever. But Diamond Brand Shoes. 4

:EARRIOR, much more beautiful and attractiveas young men fail more nowadays than them in all grades;- at all prices, for men, '.. <

V DENTIST.; you are-a child. they used to because they expect to well for and children.&Ot ;. .
as as women
You will be a woman soon reap almostas soon as they sow. '

Cro\\'ll and Bridge, Work a Specialty enough; be a girl-a simple, genusine That is the very great trouble with ,;( a'J,
Our : -At.L WORK GUA ANTgED. frank-eyed girl just as long as the young men of the present. They .7 : \:

1 iIi TSSOlHce: over'Chl'pley Stale nan'k: you'can.. Don't frowse yourself up expect opportunities to come to them ?

-' with all those dowdy "drygoods.' without application ShOES THAN AifF"
or. proper shap- wE HAKE MORE FE tunar .
j The New York Wortf Don't stir hair like ing of that I : "' -r"IJt:" J.e-tto....
TR up your a taffy things so opportunities OTHER; 1'1'.1 J 11',)_ ...." .

1 Tiirlce-a-week Eedition. kettle. :Don't show your lank little will drift their way. You have to ."'" ,,,"' +t

OJ J97 .. ::0-: legs through a sheath skirt; don't keep your eyes open and catch hold ,,.. .. -

Ices p The Thrlca) week World hopes to be go gadding to school in white shoes ; of things; they'll not catch hold of

anIn < In HUM( n better paper[ than It has over don't wear a hat that looks old you as a rule.- -James J. Hill. FARQUHAR MACHINERY CO.

Ur I been before, and It has made Its arrange-; enough for a mother of five. 43. E. Bwy8t' -eot, -*-
I mcjitfl', 1 arcondinffly.l ; Its news service cov .
mQ01 era the entire lolic, and It reports! every Get into some quiet girlish togs, J.V Oopeland, Dayton O., purch sod n

a', thing fully promptly and accurately. It forget about your social position, put bottle of'Mln'R. Dough,, Homedy foMM \' Largest! stock of Maclii'nrry
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el who luid a cold mid belm'ethe 'bottle
I Is the only piper not a dally which Is as your mind on your books, chase the boy In Florida fur saw milta: and
I win all used lb" ltO\y's) cold H HH gone. 1 snot .
Ani.p. good as u dally and which will\ keep von boys out of head and' be a nice
; your I IhHl bettor limn t to day a live dollar doc ,_" t planing mills. : .
as -omplptidy Informed of what l Is' happen '
Ap'a' # IK I the world. girl-a nice, candid, open-hearted, tor's Jiill? For Kale l by nil df slere. > (Ad v) ,
+ throughout \
us y -a" : MACHINERY
> ::.\' 'rho Thrlco-a week %World U.falrlu its", .fresh-eyed, clean-hearted little girl. -_. -.-------- "wv KARQjutJIAK' ,
I has been for' 57 "'years .
't, Emporia Gazette.ANCHORS built ;
,)nlltll'lLlroporlp. You can got truth ,
:5ferfit r ',: from Its columns: 1 'whether you are a Republican HE WAS WIE r more built,today, that} :any'other. ? :

: or Democrat, and that Is what! FORE AND AFT. Let us tell you vhr.',
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Send for catalog 8I1tl.p.ric
:. spiral: 1 rratarootthn Thrce-a-wcek| A new steamship built for the I

". World haaalwaytheen, Its serial fictionItpiiMMics West India. trade has anchors both ,. ,.. I r
SchetJ novels by the bout authors VV. H. MILTON, M. T,. rI.KLI1 F. l\!"ON..
; fore and aft so that the 'danger
the world, nova'' which In book form pell ,' ,
t1. President. > Vlco-Prcsldeiit! :118hlf'' ._
'13. C, fur apicco.! and Its high standard )ja drifting on the rocks in certain ex- y (

lade this rrefrctwilLbi/inaliitaliied In thofutn posed anchoring places may be les
r ail ill'the tin St. sened. Many wrecks have occurred First National Bank.
Blat The Thrlen-a-week WorWn rejtulursuhMcrlptlon .
through vessels being unable to hold .
jnneo price Is only tl.OO. ) per ynar MARI2- NNA, FLA. :
and this puys for Iftrt: papers. Wn otTer their anchorage during a stormy-. 1' i..
nd poly thhlllnf'fII"lif'd newspaper and 'I'hn lien notably the
t.ion for er together for one year for l.ftn. The States warships 'Trenton and Vandal 50000.00 :'I' .

regular" subscription. : prlan of tbo two pu ia in the hurricane at Apia some Solicits, Accounts of Rank: Corporations, Firms a no Individuals'-'' '.' .
.f pern Is $3 (III.J )
I __ __.____. ___ __.____,_ years ago. Our twenty years experience in the banking business enables iuai' to offer
you the best banking facilities of :any bank In West I1' orltla. We also* have!" a
anti I fully equipped Savings! Department In which we pay us i"tereitt on depo'BlfsI.c.: .
When you have lia'd; cold want Ibo counts by mall: handled ns easily n.* by p<'rBon31Intervllw.! '
bURt medicine plitiilnunle oa t to cure It Fend l us jour business. .," ,.'
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<, wing fr patent; it niujr be swat), money, druggists opinion.. 1 liuve sold CbanilwrufttX'Usb ..
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PATENTS P ar, Loge, lint and fnmtidi'r It UK- t

and! TPADE\ MARKS or elorn EKTIJ7fc best l ; on. the market. Kormlle by l> affil,dLL@u'arsA Tom-When ha goes to church he WANT
iitirtriieT1 /Uo. Bend model, Vetch '
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------- -- I nickel in the contribution YO
.rJ.I'J".ud' wo wed An IMMEDIATE ; puts a
thu FRr(;:,"':,;"1lcKul report' aurvl on .artndnadvice, Wo find gin pur WAR CRITICISM. plate and when he goes to the. theater Better !!:
char"are modo rate. Try ua. :
he pays '$2\ for his seat. ,. .

SWIFTCOs/ "A newspaper" writer wants to Jack-That shows that h wantsto That question will be asked you almost dally by business men seeling yore

PitlontOp LawyefIHI, know how- goes the Turko-Italian be close wherever he goes. services fyou qualifytake the Praujrhon! Training and show ILn. ,'i.' r.
p. U.S. Patent Office! ,WashlnQton! D.C, More bANKERS Indorse DKAUGIION'S Collec t"'; thou i-Vnio nil ott.} ,1 -
:anr.--= wars I ness colleges,COMBINED. 48 Colleges in 18 States. International r>'f flrilluti(;; t ,

I ..........,., ---"'-"---- ---- "I think it must go in a circle. It : Here 1 18 a woman. who speaks from |ptr> Lsw-FREIIauttl.ryhrnnekra.Banking!!: Typewriting: Pfninnimlilp.Good POSITION Kmrtluli': ,,GUARAh't'filtbunderrenonahluennn ttpelling.trptnrrtle.: : '..11. r 'sill,.'"tior3..... H: tea
< V. H. and KoreM j jJ doesn't deem to get anywhere"THE tonal knowledge allli long expcrleiK-o- .. '
I Bookkeeping. Bookkeepers all over HomeStu'ly 'J'f-'ousdin'sot asr-
i I i' J tJ, 56 SSJWJBBaJIW : Mrs I*. H. Krngiin. Wilson )'0. who Buys, 1 the United States say that Drnuglion's 'ers, boohhccpcrs, ?*,.. sll.jf"I. "*; > ."-
$ wnl.rnmmPtIYO"tal. REASON. know from expoflohau, that ChnmlierlnliiV) New System of Bookkeeping saves them holding good puiitiotiM Lit the", IIOU: :'. i
Cough!! ltcnie i' KOI-croup' there 1 h. nothing that excel It I Shorthand. Practically all U. S. official CATALOGUE. For 'p;ie;" meta r -':
'I ', "How my spring flowers are shoot For stile by nil d.uleiAdv) court reporters write the System of BY M 9Ib, wiltc JNO' P. i.ttA-i"' f trueropnrtnn funlmu11.1ad'' patontal.ili.v.. '1 .T ri.nit c>f Joor Irvraoofor lne book ing up," remarked mamma, in the ..., Shorthand Draughon Colleges teach. President: WashvllU' T nn. P/.r//, -. rr1' '.'
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j HOW", :C'lrOTit' i nC. ,; CV wefts garden. : WhyT Because they know it Js the best alo: ue on Cot:nwe I 4'1! ,'VLLi.'ci4'.)Ii",
I 1'11"p. a ', ::1 iI. tel PRACTICAL BHSINESS.COIX3CLJJaduoavilU.Fla
rif : "That's because they have pistils, ., or Atlanta, Ca., or Moivla cv Mont ;"r\'I';-, (UN'v? -;"

1. suggested-wise- little Tommy.CONSISTENT.... 'Mrs. Scripture-The.Kev.. Mr "

; Glimmer hides his light under ebushelsI -0.y .x-x0X.} <} {>0{ <

]Opposite U. S. Patent Office j think. .
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5_ WASHINGTON. D. C.r. "In the sustains Hiss Vinny Garrish-How wasteful : '
..... one way primary
/X%' X -% 1p* i %* V' %--* % Neat Printing S SI
I u' its name.'* t. A pint cup'would more that: ; .' ,

.; a'. "What is that?" hide it-Puck.PRECONCERTED. <
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MERELY. -A BROTHER.- I "It is nota secondary mateej.1* ? I Creates a good iiiipret4Dit) ,

; : Young Lady-Please' show nit among your correspondents)( O

t'. some ties. PROOF or IT. "When a man deliberately sells his I .
: Clerkgentleman's tie? vote for' money and is found out," and helps to give y oiii'lhUN. ) o
"My husband had some good
: it's for thundered the campaign orator, "how .A
Young Lady-Oh, no; raj ,
':. .brother. -Fliegende Blatter.. punch at our house'last night. can he ever hold up his head again .1ness prestige.We \,' a'' .- .
3a't :: "I know it. My husband came in the community?" }

-'-'vi; IRRESISTIBLE. home. just full of it." "Let him wear Chokum's Never. do Neat Printing .:1: :;

NOT A VIVISECTIONIST. bend shirt collars!r' yelled a natty i
? t t :: .
,- "However did you reconcile Adele well-dressed, business-like! young at Reasonable Prices. .I ',.,; 2
father's doctor and
/ and :Mary?" Ned-My a man .in the back part of the crowded )
r ., yours is only a butcher. Officev &
Banner Job.
"I gave them a choice bit of gossip hall. '
Ted "Well/ father don't cut
t. ; ';.' and asked, them repeat it my v v-t.-, ,, ,'-V':,
,f- to each other." "* 'em up till they're dead, anyway WELL KNOWN IN RENO. : ", -V'.v.. '''''''' "' v,, ,

Judge. I'" ,'. '
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{) Uae of Speech. -,3l Miss Young-What is the luckiest
1 Speech was given to the ,ordinary l SAYIUT: HIS WIKK.: day of the week to get married on? Physicians Advise *':) "-

sort of men, whereby to communicate l be'a a wise womAn who know just wbut Mrs. I.akcside--Come around, _
'V their mind; but to wise men:; wherebj the use of a goodUxatlve! to keep the bowels open and prevent tho poisons of d'n.lIgescr.r.:
to do when her htifthiind' life Is In danger, dear, a few years Inter; I've got two food
to conceal It.-Blehop South. from gettinglnto your system. <
1 1Z I JMitMr H. J. Flint, Halntrce, Vt.11I oHlint r.v; ',-> <7>ivrf 1 to try yc-t. The latest product fit science ia VEUVO Laxative Liver Syrup purely, vegetableentle,
Wheat kind. bhelntItedon \tiinifiUr. Kflg ,-- reliable and of a pleasant aromatic taste. Velvo act en the liver, as well a.i on ilk
Weight of and Data. New Discovery writes 51 r. F. for a dreadful stomach and bowels and Is of the greatest possible efficacy"! constiplLtllm;fndlgestlon ,_
HAVK3 1.1'0; OK no y
A bushel of wheat weighs on the cough whan I win so wonk my friends biliousness sick headache, feverishness, collc.flatuk-nce: etc. Try VP 1 .
average,' 60 pounds, and oats from 81 all thought 1 hay only a short time to live It teemed tbatrmy .U year old boy would) I :
to 40. and It completely currd ",c." A quick euro bare to lotto hilt U'ir<>u nccoilnt of au ugly A LAXATIVE."d' r ,
for cough and colds, It I jll the moat an fa and ulcPe caused Ii)' a buif !brnlse wrote 1>. ....

reliable medlomo for many Ihront and toward, AqonjN/ C(. All remedies lIud
Proof of Proflreaa. ."' lung trouble grip/ rqnchitl. croup| dull ors 'Irpnlnwnt' tallied! till wo tried BiukCT. V E Lu" ,

,We are gradually becoming ashamed wuoopinjf couglt:. 'iii lney. lon HIII.r. hem ." Arnica 1 Salve, uinl eared him with line :
of places that crush' the spirit out o> orrhages.' A Ilia) will convince )'011. 'ID boa. Cure! hum. boll*, sklir prnptlona. U LIVER SYn'uP
men. __ <5T- ;;; "" 4.eta,.anti Il, Guaranteed by I B: JUctleacbjr. pll .. sac at S! K:: HeUeuoby. (Adv)


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, Flbnrs Sometimes Get There From i I' :-"' .
Okarels tMreetorr Twin Around the Wool, Despite Indigestioncauses I '. :. :'
M.-Church. South.-Preaching ever, every Precaution.
:' t-a&d and Sunday at 11 .. m. and 8 p. m. I. '
I c": ', U. H. Ukpi elle, Pastor.ttabtmth heartburn sour
W. N. Sheatimyr who have had the experience
f1 \ School 10 a. m I
l 8itp. of fibers of out stomach, nervousness If
pulling \f
If- rope
Melting .
'!' Thursday nlghte.f nausea, Impure blood, anamore
,1 f.",' Young Hens prayer meeting Tulights. ."fed' ay of their Sunday clothes will prob- trouble than many 'TI \
f"" Everybody cordially I In" ably be relieved to know that the different kinds of diseases. PRI G

, r ; Cherch-Preach 1 1 JI' cloth maker :was not trying to spread The food you eat fermentsin .

a.bbatsh Bchool Rev mat\ *., his wool over an unreasonably large your stomach, and the /:;;;,
k. .
10 s ,
a. ."
the addition of jute or It forms are ab- 1
territory ,by poisons ,
I' Superlnteneant.Prater :, )!
"Meeting Wednest.ciytome ", :.a-,. hemp. The fact is that the bits got sorbed Into your whole :' .>< ";,:- '
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: .'\ L' into the wool when the wool was : system, causing many distressing .
;'., .. Dlreelory.Oalc..ura713&.m.t07:00 and from the juteor I symptoms. At the Creates agood.impres- 1
bundled came
up .
m. except i of indigestion tryi .' .
, Sunders. p | sisal twine with which it was first sign I "

:; fiast-Muad: mall closes at 10:20 " i sion among.your''correspondents, : .. .' ,.,
'.. West-bound. mall closes at 5:10 p.m. tied.Some of the fibers of twine madeof Bedford'sBlackDraught an'd."helps 1
Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 '
and leaves on arrival the east bound jute or sisal become loose and detached "

f.. jnall. < from the parent body during to give yolirbusiness, .
.. 11:30 to 18:30 m., -..
Sundy; hours: m. p. shipment and work their way into "' ..": ;
\ HocayOrders Issued .t..11 hours when prestige. .
;. ; .cifttce U open except Sundays. the wool. The manufacturers find .
;t I, J P I HCIIELL: P. M it impossible to get these odd fibers ,': -. -
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out of the wool in the scouring ;
11 process .the old, reliable, vegetableliver
.!t; :.. h' Oar Clubbing I4M.B.A.KHBB and the result is that they go powder, to quickly Si :

K Journal. ,:per and year 91.75.Semi-weekly. Atlanta through the carding or combing ma- cleanse your system from :We }) Neat Printing
: o
thread undesirable poisons. :
into these
chines or ,
'II'. ''.B.., ..: i and Thrice s-week New.York are spun yarn
;: WQrht, 11.65. get into the material for one's "-- '

< ""..xsxa.ind Semi-weekly Tlmes-Un clothes, and not until that point i II Mrs. Riley: Laramore, "of At BeasoI1ablehi'riees.M
a and Citizen, per year, $1.50.Baunsand Goodwater Mo., says: 1
: their
reached to
: begin way -Suffered for years from dyspepsia
... : Home and Farm, per year of the cloth. If they plainly via and heartburn. 'Thed ord's ,', -
'. .1.8ft are .' .. .
Black-Draught, in small noses: .. ,..
I cloth of
,,0' "r __- ible.on the surface of the cured my heartburn in a few ', .

.:, ""QenerallDirectory.. course they can be removed, at once, days,ana now 1 can eat without '. '; *.,
but sometimes they are so deeply distress." Try It. : f
,, t', ; 6' your'nex border : '
p'''*,:. .. STATE OFFICIALS. embedded in the fabric that it take Insist on Thedford's < ,
*J Governor-Alber W. OllctirisL. for them to to the
/ a long time come and we will give you per-
Secretary of State-H. Clay Crawford. surface. Then it looks as if the spinner T .-*.

ft;,"' Attorney. General Park Trammell.! had expanded his supply of wool feet satisfaction. thus '
L XJaiT W. A. McRae. -- --- -- --- ---.---- .
R;' ...'. : by using hemp. of our' .
Treasurer O. Luning."r making you one ..
For this reason twine made of paper HOW HE FIGURED) '.. ,
I Supt. Public Instruction-. M IIol o- manufactured for wool -- customers l>
: is being regular ,: .-,. -' ..... ;. .
way# -
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This <:
, to tie their product. '
growers up
.Comptroller-Wm V. Knott. "
twine is just as strong as the old ,:5 :'...: -
l;.5 Supreme Court-Tbos. M. Shack loford. .
kinds has smooth suitface '
.', Chtot Justice: M. H. Mabrv. Cler.c. a perfectly 2 .

A'' '.. J BallroadCommUsfon. Hudson. Burr, thus offering no opportunityfor :" ;'::. .' '
i> ,CtrTrff"Mnu R. Oi Dunn, Clerk. loose bits to break off and be- 0 ,,, : .. ":

w-n: Jodfl..alath judicial circuit-W. II.Price. come embedded in the wool; is Ughin : ; ', .- ,0 : t'Jr'.H'E' ; '. > .' .

and is in addition. ,
Marlanna : weight cheaper ""* ... '-, *-
ItT> .. ,State Solicitor: ninth Judicial 1.circuitL. -C MMMMHB M BMH M.WIf '
Wilson. f
3 you have young children YOU !have perhaps c fIPLEYBANNER
-- noticed that disorders of the stomach ,

,, JD.8.LAND OFFICE OFF CIALS. are their most common ailment. To correct

B. 8.Chubb, Register, Gainesville, Fla. this you will find Chamberlain's. Stomach
and Liver 1'abete: excellent. They are eiay
!Shields Warren, Rec.+lver, Ualnesville.h Fla.
and nlonsnntto take and mild and gentle In Chipley ,

effect.. For sale by all dealers. (Adv) .
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Circuit Clerk-W. C. Lockey, Vernon..
.K 1f. .CSttDty.iudge--O. Crocker Vernon MAKING THE CLOTHES LAST $; *X : *XXXXX ,l .

fc.Hfl- 4l:,G. Allen, Cblpley.
TMtUMMwr> --U.B. Tlher, Vernon. Suit and Shoes Need Attention and
Tax Asssssor-J.J. Williams Chipley. Rest and Will Profit Much
Tax Collector-W. B. (Gainer P:conhna.t. Therefrom. 'Oh-I 1 Jack, you don't mean to say High Class Saw Mill Machinery.

., _>>$. Public In.trucUon-B. F lamer you have saved $200 this IJlonth?"
We at our new warehouse, 408
r Waul" M.SUMuOMftireenbead I Clothes need rest as well as people.When '"Well-er-I figure that's what 1 S and 410 East Bay St., a large stock of
tlwpenttor of Heglatratloa J. from ''Work it." Portable and Stationary Engines Locomotive -
t come .my would have spent if I; had ;
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and Horizontal Return Flue
,, .$ foUeltor. A. D. Carmichael, daily I take off my business suit, Boilers; Saw-Mills, Planers, Kellers,
1 Calpipyt' brush and cleanse it and hang it Sick nentlaohe Is paused l>r a disordered Saws, Belting and Mill Supplies; ah.o
k its itomaua. Take Chamberlain's Tablets dco'reoL L'- engine and aw-uiill repairs. We also
touotv !Surveyor-Thoa. Collins, Cary.1V4unj away carefully on proper,hanger.
,,. thai and tho bead'tcbos will dlsnppear. handle the celebrated line of HUSTLER
J ,111., I'I&. receive 0
street shoes next atten-
My '
.- For sale by nil dealers. '(A'dv) .
) \ ommissioners: tion. Afterward I.put on a comfort- ICAN and DELOACH Saw Mlllr.ERIE .

J.1. Blghtower Chairman, Vernon. able house and slippers. Both -- LEFI"EI.TAYLOR and
it'':.: A.C..Gilbert Chi pley.a. I gown THE AUTOCRAT. I SOUTHERN Engines and Boilers, PERKINS Shingle Mill Machinery. Special
"' ., .... DavU, Wauaau. my clothes and I profit by the rest ,-' Stave Machinery for Turpentine Plants.
and change.. On weekly holidaysI Large stock carried for immediate Shipment. Get our prices before buying.
", .J. H. Porter Mlllvllle.\ my City Friend-Which rules .In that
and We can save you money A postal will bring our Traveler. .
II. r. Gunn, Santa Rosa. mend and clothes
""*" '''oQ. press my rural Eden of yours--you"or your Write for literature covering; your special requirements.
School Board: s do the necessary refurbishing.I .
B. Bush, ChalrDl: .I, Orange II 111,- always follow three.cast-iron Motsby.Mochinery Co.-
S. J.Gainer, SK Andrew. : rules clothes I Suburbanite (meekly)-Neither.We 408 6e: 410 E. UPy S*. Juckesottvlllc PlorldnLonlt
VJtuM. Vernon. :'. concerning : have to mind the cook. Dlmtnnc Telephone No. &'7....
I'.r' Never throw away anything that. =
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'. lIaol'D.. Campbell. Never lounge in good ciothefL"I I -

; Jlarahal-John Roberts, Plan the entire outfitcarefully i .."Don't you like a broadening Here's Good Slogan for

I. '. Clerk and Treasurer-W. W. Cook. before buying any part of it. life?" -
Jr. chairman! ,
Council-W. O. ,
By buying late in the season I ."Not much I don't. I
am payingto
A. D. Carmichael, A. A. Myers C. E. 'a Bigger and I Better IJusincss.I I
'Tbarp. J-:, R. MeGeachy often get serviceable bargains.-F. have my surplus llceh'Ieduced: ,

-- K., in Harper's Bazar. now." ........................ I


"That pretty co-ed is like gentle "My uncle went riding, in a
dove." friend's runabout. Move as fast aa the procession. -or move ouf. Take the i

"Yes, that's her long suit-why "That's nothing. Jfy brother was pace of the; Compaqy you ate in. 'or .make way for,the man I

ChipleyFla.. we call her the coo-ed.'* .
,'. knocked down by a real touring car. behind. f


; ''r'' :3taada far the Upbuilding of BOTH BROKEN. FORTUNES: IN FACES. Don't; jstand'in, : the-way of new.ideas' Don't pause in the ,

:v..., : to Tbere'i often much truth In toe saying -
He-You say you would path of bettersystem. Don't 'settle down on, the ladder of
t"z Chipley, .
'her face u her fortune, bnt its never said .
' "'. obey me. where pimples, skin eruption, blotches or success.. Don't. he a .barnacle on the ship; (.preeress.Change .
; '. Washington County, She :And you used to write yon blemishes disfigure U. Impure Mood Is)hack ;: -- -: ', ',." .: '
were mine to command. I of them, unit shows the need or IT. Klaus .
New Lire rills. They promote hifnllh and / :means progress.' .Progresg'nieansadvancement

Xnd Florida) ITS RESULT. eautr. 25o at 8 K Meo ,.cbr. (Adv) .. l' ''' ,I
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-- *- Advancement means movement.DON'T J\1qvf- :" J

Subscription $1 Per Year.. "That hound'do rally was a EXPERIENCEf&utut GO YEARS '.'
: I
idea *
wasn't itf
great |I
."'' "Sure, as if seems! to be turning
......11'' .., ...)'.. out -- .. ,
a howling success. -
:;i'J ;{':': 'j;w.l.. ,snake a Speclaltyof (
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$.. .,,:r)''it,,.: -.I'-< :'y. LOG UK TilE TRACK
,. ....." .,.. ; Neat, A GARMICHAEL
1.'" -f. !",1.-,,' ,. .. of the rust express mean. serious trouble I TRADE DESIGNSCOPYRIGHT MARKS CURTIS I/ JONES A.I).

_' Artletlc, bead if not remove), BO does loss sppetlta I i iit (j'f Ac. Attorney nt J.n.\v.
j i .. .. .. means lack vitality. Ios."of strength {!' Anyone. tmidlntf'ketch end d..criptlnrrmayqnkikly Notary Public State at Large.
% MCArtoln our oplnlnia fr6o wi ether at* q-Calieetion i4 a Specialty.Chlplry. .
Commercial Printing and nerve weaknea If appetite falls tnkff luv.ntlon In prohHblv nntantublA. **ommuuiea. All i
y'S' : Electric Bitten quickly to overcome the ,, pant tlonawtrlctlyK-onnaeiiMul.: froo. Oldent ago,,oy- for HAP.upurlnQ' OQ patentor. business entrusted to : Fla I IQ
:.S cause: by toning up the stomach awl curing Patents taken tn""t.UHti....Muna.... |ntb u.._4Q. reo.'YII my care will have my prompt
be Indigestion M. JIe8 helmor, Llucoln, !i I Scientific
); l< et>. bad been lick over three yearn, but Jimcrican.A ,attention. Fees reasonable. J. ,
{The Banner .......,,.. .. JONES. f
L\p<" six bottles or Eleotrlo Bitters put him right ; tianrtiomoTy" llln tr"Hx1 Tv t tkr"ntlnn ,
Post :
"" of anyelentl.e lonrnnl. 'J'.rm. be found at Office,
..... .. again,. They have helped thousands They ,r'i' f.. r montlM,SU dbralleew.d.eNte.
'. '. '- ... give[ pure blood, strong; nerves,good dlael: fi" & Co :' New VQrknitua. Xtto.rn.y.At.L. ,

: Chipley', 'Fla. loo. 'Oaly BOo\ at 8 IB AlcQeachj.. (Adv) J I JJriiii,0"'-4M.OS F BU ..n.. .U.O. Wauscu, Florida Ulll'LEY. FLA.

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Notice of Election., -, Notice. '. of ,Election.To NOTICE.In !.............. .... ."i

-0---: Washington County Circuit Court,
-- ,Ktato of Florida!

WHEUEAS, The legislature or 1911, the Sheriff of Washington County 1. M. Sheffield. Complainant '
under the Constitution or 1883. of the of the State of Florida: vs. "i
Btato of Florida, did pass three Joint Ho It Known, That I, Tl CI.AT CRAWFORD R oxierf9eld, Defendant.On Wire Fencer
Jtebolutlona proposing amendments to Secretary of State of the State of Monday lobe 18th day of November, ; .
the Constitution of the State of J'lorldaf Florida, do hereby give notice that a A. D. 1913 the defendant Roxle$ .t1Ipd. ,
and the game were agreed to by a General BleotlonWill Is required to appear to the bill of complaint .
thri'o-Hfttm of all the members elected to tiled against; her herein. '
each house; that the votes on said Joint be held in Washington CountyStateof '1 his order to, be published in The Chlo- ;. : .
Resolutions were entered uuon 'their respective Florida on Tuesday next succeedingthe lay Banner four consecutive weeks at: \ ,. "1.,.
Journals with the yeas and first Monday in November A. D. 1013, Cbluley Washington' couuiy Florida. r '-"
nays thereon, and, they did determine the said Tuesday being the Wltnf my hand and seal this tho 14th D i I: ,
and direct that the said Joint llesolu- filth Day of November day of October. A. D. 1013 -$:II.
tlons be submitted to the electors of the For six ((0)) Presidential Electors. Copy of Seal ] W. O. LOCKKY.- .. I. -'-
state at the General Election In November For one Representative from the Slate:: of Ilemphlll. Circuit Court.Hv ..30
1913. Florida at large in the Sixty-third: S. A. Deputy Clerk. ...rair .
1 NOW.TIIEREFOKK. I, II. CLAY CHAW- Congress or the United States. II. 11.: Wells. Solicitor for llomplalnant.NOTICE 'I'\ ., 245i
FORD Secretary of State of the State: of For one Representative of tho 3rd Congressional -
Florida! do hereby give notice that! a District of Florida, In the FOR PUBLICATION./ .M of' .\ -, : ;

General Election: /Sixty-third Congress of the United Department of the Interior.U. ,.. JI., .,
will bo held lu each In Klorlda. on States. S. Land Often at Gainesville. Florida i .
county ,,
For Governor of the /State:: of Florida. ,
Tuesday next, succeeding the first Mon October 10, 19U. 4 .' ...... "
For Secretary of /State:: of the State of s
Notice hereby that John W.
day in November, ft.. D. 1913, the said given ,
Florida. Taylor of S.cton Florida, ..... ..
Tuesday being the who on July ..-- '
For Attorney General of tbe State of 22 l\J1lO. made Homestead Entry, Serial !L "I \ ; -....

for tho fifth ratification Day ol or November1 rejection of the For Florida.Comptroller of the Stain- of Florida.For Township No.05584' for 1 north NEK Range of NEK.13 west Section Tallahassee 4-, .....-..............-........ -.. ,.,"....... ._.'.........,...__."r-r.' ._... ..;::

said Joint Resolutions proposing amendments Treasurer of the'! State of Florida.: Meridian hast tiled notice of Intention -. ,J. 't ., ,(:-
to the Constitution! of the Slain: of For Superintendent of Public Instruction to make final Five year proof, to 'IIiiP .
Florida! ,viz: of the /State:: of Florida. establish claim to the land above des rrlb. Just a word Farmers and: Fence Builders: (, }
For Commissioner of Agriculture of the
ed-before tbe Clerk of Iho Circuit (ourt, *"* -
A JOINT RESOLUTION:: Proposing an State of Florida.! at Vernon, Florida, on the 20th\ day of e '
Amendment to Article V of thA Coimtl- For, one Justice of the Supreme Court of November. 1912. O Having made a deal for Ten Carj.oacise e
tutlon of the State: of Florida Relative the State: Florida.. Claimant names as witnesses: J. L.
to the,Judiciary Department For., one Railroad Commissioner for the Finch, David Page, T. W. Johns J. M. ':.f, u.4. *

f Bo htateof I It Itesolved Florida! by :the Legislature of' the For State State of Senator Florida.for 25th. Senatorial Johns, ail of Ucxton.Henry Florida.S. Chuhb, 0 of the Best American Steel Wire Fence" we $.x

District of the State ot FlorMa.For Ed fee paid Register. "" : *
I That, tho following amendment to one Member of the 11 onto of Representatives .
oft in position to make better prices0 -
cle V of the Constitution of tile S lLto of the State of Klorlda. ,: H are you :|
t Morlda relative to the Judiciary Department For County Judge. .
to be numbered Section:: 43 of saidArtlclo For! Sheriff.:: .- than before. '
V,- be and the same is hereby i.(r Clerk of the Circuit Court. I al ever "*..O
agreed to and shall be submitted to the For Prosecuting Attorney. @ .A
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electors of the State at t.beCeneral\ election For of Taxes.
County-Assessor 'wire
to be held on the first Tuesday alter For Tax Collector.For Excursion Fares From 0 Be sure you see us before buying 0
the lirst Monday In November A. D. 1912, County"Treasurer TS AV

for ratification' or rejection, 'to-wit:' For! County Superintendent of Public Fia.TO elsewhere. means 's'ayed'; "*"' "' tI .
There another Ci tipley money .;
Sec. 42. shall be Judgeof Instruction .
the Circuit Court of Duval County in For COIIDtf'l1Iurvl'lyor. ',' ,
addition to tho Circuit Judge of tho cIr- For Five County )
cuit In which said county Is situated. For Three Members of the County Board. Jacksonville Fla. and Return $10.35
Such additional Circuit Judge hall. be of Public Instruction, Hd\v.
appointed by the Governor and 'con lirm- For Justice of the Peace In and for, the Account Southern Medical Association. Chipley O.Qcf
by the /Senate:: and shall hold -office for following Justice Districts,, viz: Dittos of sale November 0,10 & 11. 1912.
six (6) years and shall receive the same No. No. No. .No, Ko. No. Return limit. Nov 18. 1912, with privilege -
salary and allowance for expenses as other 1 6 11 '10 21 2(1( of extension to Dec. 15. 1912. upon deposit -
Circuit Judges, but the same shall be 2 7 13 17 SI of ticket and payment of fee of VI, ....... .$..$... $ .

paid by the County of Duval oat of the 3 8 13 18 '23 on or before Nov. 1 1912. I ..-. ...-
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general revenue of said county. Heshall 4 tt 14 19 24 ; "
have all the powers and perform all the 06. 10 15. 20 21 Louisville Ky., ana,Return, $23.85 I
duties that are or may be provided or For Constable In and for the following Orion Lodfe) No. 40, A. G. 1 McQuagge,.
prescribed by the Constitution or by Justice Districts, viz: Account Southern Educational Asso .
Statute:: for Circuit Judges, and alt statutes No.. No. No. No No. No. ciation. Dates of sale, November 211' and K. *. A. M, ,
conc.>rnIOIOZ Circuit Judges ihall apply 1 O 11 16 31 26 27, 1912. Return limit Dec. 3.1913. Notary Public' ; ,
to him The distribution of the business :3 7 13 17 22 Regular Communication/ : Second "
of the Circuit Court of Duval Coun- 3 8 ; U 18 21: Columbia S. C. and Return $13.55. Saturday and Fourth Frldy night In State at. atg e..f/

ty between the two Circuit Judges and 4 0 14 1924 Account Fifth National Corn Exposition each month. *r .- _

allotment or assignment of matters 6l0 15 20 85 Dates of sale, January 20, 23,'25, 87, 31 VisitingJlrethern Cordially Invited. .- IRA A. HUTCHISOrNy
and cases to be heard, decided, ordered, In Tet4tlmoI1y'Whereof. I have hereunto Feby. 3, S & 7, 1913. Return limit, Feby." W L. TXYLOR,. VV. M, '
tried decreed or adjudged shall be con *- set my hand and affixed 12, i113, with privilege of extPtislo to W, W; :JONES Sec Attorney at Law. :" .*!.-
trolled or made when by the of the Mate ;
necessary thft (Irene /Seal April 12, 1913, upon deposit of ticket and
Judge of said Court who shall have the (Seal.) 'of ]!'Iorloa\ at Tallahassee, payment of*1 on or before Fuby. 12. JUI3.'j. 'i Office at Vernon.. F4a.
older commission. In force at the time. the Caul tat, this the twenty- Good intentions are weak
Such additional Circuit Judpe'Shall reside fourth ,day of August A. D D. NEPPE"R Ticket Agent. i :' .__.
In th."\lCountT- 1913. :J. W. t.U R'TON. D.'. P. A. thing's that often take the place Will practice In, Circuit dourts1. r
II. CLAY CRAWFORD, needed for real action. 'Courts.5! *'*
,...., (1t Flortda.and the Federal
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A .lOlNt SOLUTION" Proposing an Secretary of /State:: ,
AmtiHlMvMt to Article 12 of the Constitution To C. O, ALIEN: :Sheriff: Washington Co. --- - __ __ __, ___ __ ___. ____ h.__ -__,__ __ ___ _..., _-_ _
of the State of Florida, Relative;
r- .d _
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to Education be Known a8 Section Maaiiter'ss Sale.lly .. r AtDf!:,
17 of Said Article; Providing for tha Issuance .. ......4":.
of Honda by :special Tax: School virtue ot a decree of foreclosure
District, for the Exclusive Usaof Public from the Circuit ,Cxirt of Washington; AdvertiseIn -
Free Schools Within Such School county, Florida" wherein U. 11. Wells Is 8 I
District, and Authorizing the Levy of a complainant and Peter Hobby and his Pensacola Inter-State
Tax to Create a Sinking Fund! for tho wife. Virginia; Hobby. Barney Young and .
Payment of the Interest and Redemption his wife, Mary Young aro defendants I your local if ." ,.. .... ....
of Such Hoods.Be shall expose for sale II.t'public outcry to '
t.he' the the highest cash bidder within tbe legal:
State/ It resolved of Florida by Legislature; hours of sale before the Courthouse door You want resuHs now 'I
:: lu the town of Vernon, Washingtoncoun-: I Pensacola | PAIR |florida.j;
That the following amendment to Article ty, Florida, on Monday the 2nd day .of : '
13 of tbo Constitution of 'the State December, A. D. 1913! the following described "
of Florida, to be known as Section 17 of real estate lying and being situated 1 DI. .
Said Article, be, and the same Is hereby In Washington county, Florida, ;I. .! r." ..
agreed to, and until) be submitted to the The advertising columns 1- .
to-wlt: 1'boli of the NB*: and all f) October 28th to November 2i1d .l9! !
electors of the State at the next general that portion of the NW 3( of the SE3Q! : I :
election of Representatives to be held lathe North of the [.. &- N. Railroad, In Section are of absorbing I) .. ii jCONDl'CTEJJ
year A. D. 11)12) for ratification or re- Towuahiu4North Range; 14 West '
jection. NWJfaf J thefJIStf, In Section Township interest in, this = FOR THE PURPOSE OK INSTRUCTIO' f: .'
Soc. 17. The Legislature may providefor 1. South Rung! 13 West; and'also theM IN AGRICULTURAL ..
Special Tax School Districts, to Issue of tbe SEf of Section 24, Township 1, age.' There the public D1VELOPMENT.dt.' .,. ......"
bond for the exclusive use of publltt free :South: Range 13 West. ., ...
schools within any such ( Amount of decree $417.93 Purchaser to ,. ..Itto 10 '
School District when ever a majority ol pay for deed. finds what it needs. Mammoth Exhibition of W. Florida Products;
the qualllled'elcctors thereof whu are L. P. McRAB.Sueclal -, '
freeholders, shall vote In favor of the Issuance Master. Moreover. that enab- /
of such bonds. - '" Six Days Instruction and Pleasure "** *jAn

Whenever any such Sueclal: Tax School ,. I lea your"publisher' to ." ,}"". .. .*
District has voted In favor of th13 Issuance Drink and Drughabit Exposition of the Resource of West Florida. sliowjijjf.Kegrowth )
of such bonds a tax not to exceed .
give yo'u
live mills on the dollar, In any one year pa- and development of Agriculture In West Florida anti its unlimited
on the taxable prounrty within the district ClU EI>. possibilities. ,:*"
1 voting for the Issue of bjnds shall per. It gives your
. l>o levied In accordance with law providing The Neat Treatment has so many Held In the CITY OF PENBACOLA, the Deep Water Porto the.G.ulf
for the levying of taxes to become a advantages o/er all other drink treat community a better
fund for the payment of the Interest and menta t>jat it can safely be said that 1 It- Exhibits of Agriculture Live Stock, Poultry, etc., .from. cvpry.

redemption of such bonds. has no competition today. If people standing with the rea- County West Florida and :South; Alabama. Unlvor ity rot I torila.I _.

only knew the difference, no one would Exhibit. '.
said Agriculture! ,, '. ,
Tbe votes cast in compliance with treatment but the Noe>1. den : ., : ,
proposed amendments, and the canvass accept any Exhibits returned free, when accompanied by a, certificatefrqjn\ ; ..
We want. to investigate. We .
declaration and returns thereof, shallbe you ij.ur -. "r w-- '
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subjected to the same regulations and treat morphine habit and all drug addictions General Manager showing articles on exhibition. ...:..
law for obtaining the same gratifying : Jt-
restrictions as are provided by TUB GREATEST A.UR1CUL.TURAL [;XIUUITPLORIDA
general elections la the state: of Florida.) results as we do with drink habit. .
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have Send for free booklet.. All correspondence Sooner or later result HAM aVER 54E13N., .j 'I

hereunto set my hand and attU- strictly confidential.. ... '' I
(Seal) e Florida, .at Tallahassee, t.hecapltolt *
this the twentv-fiUh ZUiJ First! tit.:: J Jacksonville Fla.' LIVE STOfcK.
: ulY, A. D.1913. Phono KW7. (Take 1st & Walnut St Car) r 25-Pieco ..: '"

Secretary of State.: 'I .. .
mistake ,
To C.O., Allen ;Sheriff Washington Co. Any man may make a I I Brass n ct'

-- but none. beta fool will[ stick too WORK.' ... ......
it. .
of the Interior I W .,
U.. S. Land. Office at ialnesvllle, tlorlda 25-Piece viMotorcyclo
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October 1912. MANUFACTURES.
:Notice la hereby given that Wesley UNIVERSITY OF'fLORIDA.. Florida State College For Women > .4...:' i
Dunn of Econtlna, Florida, who on July '
JO, law, made Homestead Entry Serial GAINESVILLE TALLAHASSEE .Hcsrteneieasa RsSceiaa;- .. ,i OIf. ?:
No.. >4M. for SEA)! : of NWf Section 33, A Superior/ But Inexpensive Institution for ... .
Caleseerertt and Rclrncrs, Normal
School. .
Township 1 north. Range west, Tallahassee .,,, Races.:4 : ..
FloridaYounr Men. School of Nil. .School of Art School ol Expression :
Meridian, has tiled notice of Intention Hctimil Uome Ec.mnmlcs. .r
to make fc'lnal Commutation Proofto Four colle";" agricultural experiment:: station: First clans cqnldoieut: throuxhout. Tuition HORSE SH' N'R : : 1
establish claim to the land above de- Universityextension.:: 46 prnlcamtr* and assist free. Other expenses rery low. For Information eY-r "S 1
scribed. before the Clerkof tbe Circuit ,ants.ear. 80 Attractive per cent buildings Increase 'In and attendance campus. last For addrase, Some of the best horses of the country' will be shown, .1I !"g (-!I

Court at Vernon Florida on the 14th catalogue address.. A.A. MUIPHIEE.Pre.Id,.... EDWAID CONRADI. Pre M..t.Grophophone John A. the champion harness stallion of 1907, who wilt enifca'orttQJlower )
of 1912. .
day November the track '*'''r ;-r'J -*
Claimant names all witnesses: L, O. record. i ,
Carter. John turret, I. S. liarret, W. -A',.e".*"t ,p
Law all of EconHna. Klorlda. Free Reduced Railroad Rates. One Fare Plus.25c. '.,i
: IJenryS./ Cliiibb, ...
Eo fee paid. Register. GENERAL ADMISSION. (nf L '

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Admission, Day, Atnlt.5Oc: Nlglitr Adults! .. ..i.':,*." P..f2it:. ".. _

Department of the Interior.U. Florida. Not a Piano. not an' AutomobilerBut ... Children under 12. :. '.' 26c Children under, 12,.'.:.'. r. ;.....1..1.1lo/. /:;. .
S7 Land Office. at Gainesville y a:
October, 1913.\ a Graphophone Free by the One Grand Gorgeous Spectacular: ,
Notice Is hereby lvon: that (Rufus L. t fig

ilnndrlcUs of Sexton "Florida, who. on MIDWAY.' ..' ,
August 33, 1807, made Homestead EntryNo. Chipley Furniture Company h w*, .4

3711I>>. (Serial No. jIli1)) for SK ofN SOMETHING DOING VERY MINUTE-. : ,. .H
VI X. NKtf ot SWjt and NWtf: of /IE". Ticket given with each Cash Pu'rchase -
Section 30, MOWDSbl1J 2 north Kange 12: THRILLING ,FREE ATTRACTIONS DATLY... w<.fvPfA j
west Tallahassee Meridian bas tiled notice of $1 or with every cordial In.iteatiol1lo cvcryoiKf all will he welcomeHr.errUiutif
of Intention tit make Filial five year r
1'rnof.. to establish claim to thee land $1 paid on account. Lists, Entry Blanks and. any Information tleslrftt, will be plndtyuy' 'y

above descrlbutf. before tho County J,d Call at: : : upon request. _
Vernon. Florida, on the J3th day of '.. ,.a '
Nlvfmool'.1912. T. 13. Wclln,. President. N. J. Llllc.ret,. Secy. & fpn. Mgr.OFFICF .
Claimant names as witnesses: John Be sure to get your Ticket. :, 509' B16uiU tUdg. i
Pettls, Tolbert Petit, Make Blue. Leon
ard Johns, all u( S:lton..,Florida. Office Phone 928. f"atr'Grollrut"" ptt1nr11d: ; (, +

L, Henry S. (;bo"". Chipley Furniture Co. :. .. .. .... r
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I : Board of-Trade Organized., ,.".......,..,;.......".... ...,............. .....................
iIiiI Personal. [ ,] Town Topics. IT
progressive Friday evening citizens about of 25 Chipley of the / I "MOST' I

Schedule of met in the directors room of the Hunter get your gun. Tomorrow -

.C. tffc Bt. A.. R llroctcl State Bank tor the purpose of or- quail are fair hame. .
,, Effectiv March .12. .1912.TralnNo.. ganizing a Board of Trade. A. D., Read the advertisement of the ANY i'

:xrslu No. 1 2 Carmichael was elected chairman Neal Institute, Jacksonville Fla. 'I :
Uolna Booth.Lv. Going North. BANK
; and stated the object the meet- *
U:0o a.m. &:00 p.m. Ar.
The who failed to registerwill
11:33 a.m. Waul all 4:27: ing; short talks were made by man
l':08 p.m. Ureenhead 4:00: feel like an outcast on ejection I
18:00 p.m. Riverside 8:54: p.m. ". several others, after which permanent -i-; .-
.11:41: p.m. Vicksburg 8:12: p.m. day. ',, .
... 1:00 p.m. Southport 3:00: p.m. TJV organization was effectedby I f
t .. electing W. O. Butler Sr., Chipley is well represeuted at I II II Can handle your business after a fashion, when
I ,
II. J. Reddick was in town Sat- president, W. W. Bruce secretary -I the Inter State fair at Pensacola' "
urday. and W. W. :Jones treasurer. this week, time are good and money easy. When times .

E. J. Stokes- spent Saturday at The meeting was then adjourneduntil A party of New Yorkers. pass are hard and money tight you feell the

.. Marianna.A. Monday.At ed this way Sunday enroute to -
the meeting Monday much
D. Campbell spent Saturday preliminary work was consideredand Lynn Haven. need of a business cohnectton with a

In Pensacola. Call in at the Chipley Furni-
a board of directors composed ture Co's and about that free Big Strong and Reliable Bank
John Hamn was up from South- of C. B. Dunn. E. C. Tbarp, J. see

port Saturday.T. J, Williams, A. D. Campbell and graphQphone. '

J. Lawrence of Vernon, was W. T. Laney, was appointed. Chipley .was selected\ as the Do your banking business and make your credit cF;

,la town Saturday. The board, of directors 'desires, meeting place for Baptist 'Association .
good with the strongest Bank in
W. C. Letford of Chicago, wasa and must have, the hearty co-oo- next year. I
tourist visitor here Tuesday.C. eration of citizen if the '
every 'rhe big sale at Wells Bros > ," Washington County.

.,W. Hagerman of Pensacola\ board of trade is to accomplishthat store has been the center of attraction > __
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was transacting business here for which it was organizedthe this and last week.
Saturday.R. advancement Chipley's ip- t
The series of services conducted The First National Bank
C. Horne was up from Lynn terests. at the Methodist church last
Haven and spent a few days first The matters to' taken up
of this establishment week came to a close with the of -
week. first is the of a : Chipley.
service Sunday night.
J. J. Stokes and family took in syrUp factory and a potato canning .

., in the fair at Marianna Friday plant. Both of these indus- Study 'the democratic ticket.

and Saturday. tries will be money makers If There will be thirty'presidential ........SMO..QHWswO..........,................................eR 4'i ,
Henry Peters saw the sights you will let the board have your electors otftbe ticket from which

.of.uae; Inter-State fair at Pensa support both of these plants will you are to select six. Can you :
I All kind of>> Feed atWilliams For Safe.
cola this week. be'in operation another season name the democrats. I
/!T. J. Watts and wife returne thus giving a ready market for Look up the advertisement of 80 acres, 6 rallies south of Chip- h

/Sunday from several weeks trip (all the cane and potatoes that can the Southern Fly Screen Co., Fresh Garden Seed at Campbell ley, on Orange Hill; 35 acres un.

h vin North Carolina.' / be raised around,here. & Dekle Co's.B. der cultivation, 2 houses, plenty
Jacksonville, Fla., if
.. '. and .you re-
Blake & Co. bave something .ot fruit;, remainder in timber.
Panama quire anything in.their line
D. W. Gardner ot City Fair- com
The Jackson held
with friends County municate with them. special interest to the ladies to I $10 per acre. '_
was crossing palms I
+ at Marianna last week was a offer; step in see what it is. 40 acres, 3 miles"east of Fountain +
here Friday morning.
i most magnificent' success and 'Arthur Hill one of the contes- ; 3-acres cleared and small

W. H. Faulk was over from his instead of it lasting only three tants in a Boys' Corn Club: over Absolutely fresh groceries and house. $300.Reason ': .
:. till at Clarksville and spent the days as was continued in Early county, Ga., near Blake- quick delivery is what you get for selling: I am going

1' week end with his family.; two day more. The exhibits ly this year raised and gathered from 'Williams &Helton. South. Address "

Sheriff Allen and daughter, and other attractions drew 233# bushels of corn from one There are some tremendous A. P. FENNKL: '

Miss Maggie, spent two days atPensacola immense crowds each day, and bargains an that lOc counter at Lynn Haven, Fla."'

everyone who saw the. exhibitswere acre.T. Campbell & Dekle Co's. .
thiS week seeing the
R. Thompson, Son & Co: of i
fair.J. enthusiastic _about them Bainbridge, Ga.,. boiler makers When you wearshoes that Williams Farm For Sale. -
saying they far exeeded their ex-
A. Sims, a prosperous farmer pectations.The : tank and sheet iron workers, & Helton sell you. are guar- Forty acre farm good build

!Ta -' and stock raiser near Bonfay! .. have an advertisement in'this is- anteed satisfaction. ings, 7 miles southwest of Chip- 4'
21 '
waa transacting business in the Holmes Counts Fair heldat sue. Communicate with them' if It you want to, see a wonder ley, near hard road, for sale at

1 city Friday. I Bonifay last Thursday Was' a you need their services. stop in.and. see that 5c; dry goods reasonable price. For particu-

splendid success. Hndreds of counter at Campbell & Dekle'Co. lars address, BANKER Chipley.
L. of
Harper Southport, was Other counties can have fairs .
? nus visitor here Friday. people went there that day t6 seethe and exhibit their products, but BUSTER BROWN SHOESare

V Ijl*, OR.probable that he will .locate. exhibits of the county's pro Washington count which could the very best made for chil- Farm For Sale.

!i vicinity. ', ducts. A splendid showing was beat them all, lavs still and makesno dren. Get them from Williams Eighty acres land, 40 acres

Mrs. Nixon of the southern/Nf ; made. Doubtless the fair there effort to exhibit her wonderful & Helton. in cultivation; 6 miles southwestof i

part sf the county is here this next year will be for two or three products. Why is it? Drop in and see how well our Chipley on 'hard road; good t6
days instead of one day as it was!: bul
1mgs. barn etc For particulars
' preek visiting her son. Rev. W. this time. We have received the handsome bargain counter is filled; you will < ,

Bryan and family. want something' it. address BANNER, Chipley..
""'a, ,4.._ illustrated catalog of the Saibara surely on' .._ .
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". Mra. A. L. Wells went over ,to If those who are favoring the Nurseries, Mobile, Ala. This Missses Richardson.Tee .

Aycock Sunday morning to be creation of the special tax road pamphlet is spendidly gotten up shoe that will last 'a longtime The-Chipley' Hardware CO. is"

with her sister, Miss Ila Williams district, and the issuing of $60- and shows the .many varieties ot and is comfortable, is the headquarters for Hardware. ii'

who it ia thought has pneumo 'a.Mrs. 000 in bonds do not get busy fruit trees, flowers, etc.,'they are shoe you want to buy. That'sthe Get your fresh meats from $t

M. L. Harding of Ap and enlighten the people on the able to supply the public. Read kind of shoes we sell. T. L. Wells & Sharron. We sell ,it for i.

t lachicola, who had been attend\ subject the proposition will be their advertisement. Wells & Bro. cash Iai
lost on election day. The matteras
lug the Baptist association at
set forth in the notice calling
Cottondale, came over and spent]
the election is entirely too t
Friday and Saturday with he .. vague. _

daughter, Mrs. W. W. Jones. The baby of,Mr and-Mrs Clyde ',
$ R. C. Horne will this week Adams died Friday night and I f' '

',.'. +!" ,: move'his family to Lynn Haven. : was buried Saturday afternoon.The _

""- .. v' ., We regret to lose Mr.: Horne'and little one had been sick only '

Y L: his family as citizens of our town a fEw: days and was not thought 4/i -

; and hope that some time ,they to be dangerously ill. The Banner -

may return and again occupy joins numerous friends in 1 _r .

;>: their comfortable home here. tendering sympathy "to the, grief I .A'i eria[ -r t

:, .. .. stricken parents. .
,', a ,
Of all the constitutional amendments -
\, submitted to the Every lot
ever pea I Wf\USftU. I of material for
., pie of Florida for for ratification Studebaker wagons

or rejection we recall none of
,. t"'I' Locals are scarce this week. 0 o must pass the rigid. .
more importance than the one to"if'
: : James Fuller our market man was I
J 1 II l\ searching test of the
'. be voted on next Tuesday relative quite sick Friday. -

'::. to the power to bond for Mrs. Kizzle Tiller and Mis Jane visIted 11 laboratories. ,
school Vote for this relatives at Norum the past week. .
purposes., .
Physical and chemical tests discover
: George Myers has more groundp.asIn :
t. 't'!. amendment I his orange grove than all the rest of Inferior paint varnish. Iron steel and ;

; :.r .. DIED. Mrs. Wm. Conner died us. wood. Material not up,to high standard never ?
. ,\' Jack Frost made his appearance two becomes a part of a Studebaker
. ; Sunday afternoon from the results mornings the past week, but did no
... ,:j damage. _
of a fall which she sustained -
? ;, in W. S. Jones made a business trip to Let us tell ;you more
\ Saturday which
Bonifay Thursday and says he _
about the StudebaKer-tfetI '
mt" t j\ she fractured the hip bone. Be wonderful 'improvement In that place. I II
acquainted with the
,('/',' lug advanced in age-about 93 Mrs Sarah Turner and Mrs. Bowls are spending some time \ Studebaker construction
old-she was not able towithstand {
Tears with friends at Southport and MlllviUe before .
: you; buy; any wagon. ,
_.__.. the shock. She is survived The weather baa been good the past
by a husband, who is 95 week and the farmers have put in good .

':rears old, and a son, both of time gathering.thelr crops and making OnanCoemaor mpaiW9 .

have the sympathy' of the
whom J. D. McJCelthen left one of hi* horses
f entire community. She was bur hitched to a buggy the past week; _
afternoon. Rev. b/ the horse got badly frightened but no A. G. McQUAGGE. General Manager
led Monday
damage was done except an $80 buggy _
r .H. McNeil oftl iat ng'. _, smashed up. "" .rvov- 's

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