The Chipley banner
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 Material Information
Title: The Chipley banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: C. Tharp & Co.
Place of Publication: Chipley Washington County Fla
Creation Date: April 28, 1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
Coordinates: 30.779167 x -85.539167 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024681
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System ID: UF00075891:00339
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Succeeded by: Washington County news (Chipley, Fla.)

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: Specialist Attorney and Counsellor at Law
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[was Will be in Chipley at Dr Wilson's Bonifay, Fla.

.- office 1912. the Consultation First Tuesday and in eatnination : July.. .YOUR FRIENDS" WILL ADMIRE! Office. in-0-Lindsey Building.& .

son free. .O*Prompt, personal serviceto

rise IRA A. HUTCHISON. clients.
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Attorney at Law. Your taste when they see the pret- .
ore. Office at Vernon JPla. : ty home you have furnished with NEW
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: Will practice in Cir ult Court. of FURNITURE from HERE. You 'can
Florida and the Federal Courts. well be proud of it. For OUR FURNITURE m;

DR. R. E. TILLER. has the hall marks of quali- Barber Shop.rWWWwwWWwW .-
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Chipley, Florida you T.H. CALLAHAN Propr.I
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Office Over First Nat'l
have just opened a barber
shop in.the Dekle old building,on
R. F. SCARLETT,: corner west of First Nat., Bank,
Chipley Furniture Company. and will appreciate a share of
Notary Public.Real I your bartering trade. I guarantee -
ir Estate Handled.Collections Railroad Street, Chipley, Fla., to give you satisfaction

'a specialty.Office Shave tOo.

la First National Bank. Hair Cut 2Bc.

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\ ail That's the question that is sometimes hard to solve. We have the solution with the proof of \t!

the problem all figured out. It's easy to demonstrate that we can save,you money on your ifeH f

purchases, giving you an 'assortment to select from as large as any shown in Washington County.

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The women who have visited'our Dry Goods DepartMen's Furnishings have not been over-looked by us. x :

U1 ment have been loud. in their praise. of the assortWe can talk. to you about a new Hat, Shirt, Collar, \Ii
j,i ment found on our shelves:and they are likewise surCuffs r> Ties, Underware, Hosiery' in fact .anything OJ' ,.

."< prised at :the modest price- Quality and Cheapness you need, and we will talk it in such a way. that it .;..
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'reo "Dlou Is a Specimen Of Grasshopper i
Jb.rclll Ulre orr. Whose Looks Belle It Uelps I' "

/ M. E. Church /South.-Preaching every Its Character.In .
.t and 3rd Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. "
L. U. Chapuelle, Pastor. Mrs. J. P. Daniels, of
the Midi,.f France there flourishes -
Sabbath School 10 a. m, W. N. 8h ata,
Superintendent a species of grasshopper which Sip, Ky. writes: "I was

Young Praror Men's Meeting prayer Thursday meeting nights.Tuesday. : the good people of that region called so sick for 3 or 4 years,

nlghti. Everybody cordially Invited.Baptist the "Prega-Diou," for the reason I had to hire my work 3

y,..a that the attitudes assumed by the done, most of the time.I .
Church Preaching every '
,;j. and *th Sunday. -R"... aK rpaator. insect indicate that it is engaged in had given up hope., When 1

;V Superinteaeent.Sabbath School 10 a. m., F. C. Uawk. prayer.. I began to take Cardui' I

Prayer Meeting Wednesday nights. When the Prega-Diou walks, it knew right away, it was

proceeds yith a slow and solemn helping me. Now I'am,

Povtoffle Directory I gait, like a pilgrim with his staff. better than'ever before in
Office hours 7:30 a. m. to 7:00 i> in.; except But it does not walk a great, deal. "
Sunday" my life, and Cardul did It.
fiaat-bound mall closes at 10:30: a.m Its ordinary attitude is that of an

West-bound man closes at 5:10 p.m ecstasy of prayer, its arms raised E 64Take

Mall from Vernon arrives at. 10 m.and toward heaven.
leaves on arrival of the east bound CARDUI
mall. This. pious'attitude is, however,

Sunday hours: 11:30 m., to 13:80 p. m., in altogether deceitful ",one. The

Money Orders Issued at all hours when Prego-Diou is not engaged i in prayer b
Sundays. ;
office except
# open 4 P HCUELL' V. M -far from it. He is simply await- Tho Woman's Tonic

ing his dinner. His forelegs, so de-

; ., Oar Clubbing LI... routly held upward and crossed,. are

IIANNa:!: and Semi-weekly Atlanta provided, with tiny spur's or teeth, Cardul has helped thousands

Journal, per year$1.75. lrith.-which he catches ,aa in a. vise of weak, tired, worn.

; BAMRKB: and.Thrice s-weel; New York imall flies and other insects which out women,back to health. r--,' -
ryy World per year,..$1.63.
BANNER and Semi-Weekly Tlmes-t'n-. may be deceived,by the grasshopper's It has a gentle, tonic action I IM

n and Citizen, per year. 150. hypocritical attitude. on the womanly sys Ij + t rf

.' BANNER and Home and: .Farm, per year. Moreover, he has worse faults than tem. It goes to the cause I'I

1.85 mere" hypocrisy. He is a cannibal l, of the trouble. It helps! It
--.. --- ind kills and eats his' 'Bisters and :: I i
General 'Directory. broth is.; The wife kills her husband -I ly.helps It quickly has helped, surely others., safe .. .....

:, STATE OFFIC'JALS.! if he turns out to be,less strong I Why not you? It will.1 IL "",'''n'''''' ........." ," "" ,,, ".,.
,I 1: Governor-Alber VV. Gilchrist.j 'r less nimble than herself. When Try It. Get bottle
a today.
there is a family quarrel there is always
Secretary. of State-II. Clay Crawford. District.
Attorney General Park Trammell. a decapitated body at the closeof Congress-Third

w ." Com Agriculture. -B. E.McLln. it. The Prega-Diou: despite his .

i ,? Treasurer-Wm V, Knott. peaceable.and devout exterior, is onot, TURTLE.CAUGHT'ON HOOK.A ., '. .
.Sup Public Instruction-, M IIolio- of the fiercest. and,crudest of ,in.!' -, *." **$: >(., '" n *- .-

way lects. l 60-pound sea turtle was cap' '.' ".:,." Vote. for Mays for Congress. ,,
'' tured at Ocean View the other after' A
Comptroller-A. C. Croom. ,rii-: ,. _1> I" : (' : i
Supreme Court-Thos. M. Shack leford, The gloat. coflimon pause or iosomla Is noon with a common spot hook and a "' ,; 1
: He; alwaysfor us. .
r Chief Justice M. H. Mabrv. Cler*. disoidersoi the stomaoh. Chamberlain's. Bilk fishing ,line by J. B. Macon. : : : ..

I"la -'.;Railroad CotnmUsfon.-R. Hudson Burr, Stomach and Javier Tablets' correct" t iese Mr. Macon ,threw;'his baited line ,, .. ,.., ", .. ." <.'

Chairman; R. U. Dunn, Clerk. disorders by All Deaers.and enable :you to sleep, For tale.c overboard and it struck:, one of the He'sces as we feel.. .. :

Judge first' indicia! alrculf-l.i Emmett M fore fins of the turtle. He played '. ... .' : ." .,
Wolfe, Pensacola.; with it for some time, pulling the : we Mr !!" ,
State Solicitor: flrst Judicial circuit- I ARE TOO FOND OF LITIGATION He feels 'as feels.. < ;
turtle to the top of the water three

I* Wilson. Habit of to the Court With times., Finally one of the others,in. .' 1
U..S. LANDOFF OFFICIALS., Every Dispute Americana' Moat the boat .threw another line over ,Truly'e'. is one ,of. : us.; L
Costly !folly. board and the hook sank into another
; U. S. Chubb,-Register, Gainesville Fla.. "
o !t. "Shields Warren, Receiver, Gainesville. If one were asked to name thd fin. They pulled together lightly, w. n, MlWrONf DEKUE, F..'GOL8ON. -
., and when,the of ,the water
costliest folly known in.this countryhe top President. Vice-President Cashier. ,::3
reached the turtle was suddenlythrown
WASHINGTON COUNTY OFFICERS. would not be tar from the mark

Circuit Clerk-W. C.: Lo key, Vernon.. if he should .say it was. the American on its back and ,was landedin First_ National Bank. .r,
County Judge-- A. Hutchison Vernon. the boat and brought ashore. Ac-
craze for litigation declares a
Sheriff-O.O. AileD Chlpley. cording to Mr. Macon, the fishermencame e'' MARITtNNA FLA.'A
writer in The Docket: In some communities ,
B. Tiller, Vernon.
Treasurer-H. near turning the boat' over hi -
fax Assessor-J.J. Williams Chlpley. especially-the small ones
the turtle. Norfolk Vir-
I capturing -
$50,000.00 ;
Tax Collector-W. B. Gainer, Kconnna.!: in rural districts, a man's importance r Capital

Supt. Public Instruction-B. F Gainer.. seems to be measured by the ginian-Pilot. Solicit Accounts of Banks, Corporations: Firms ana Individuals..

Wausau. W. number of lawsuits he has on hand, I Our twenty years) experience ia the banking business enables ua to offer ri
supervisor! of Registration-J.( ; t
Econflna. and he who has none is often regard. When ;you have rheumatism in your foot you the bcst-banking facilities\ of any bank in West (V orida. We also have a -
Gainer, or Instep apply Curaberlain's Liniment and fully equipped Savings: Department<< in which we pay interest deposit Ac- --.r.
Count Solicitor-A. D. Carmichael, .d as a person of slight, consequence.But you will get quick reflef.. It cost but a counts by mail handled aa easily a* by personal interview. ,
Chlpley. the habit of 'going to law ianot quarter. Why suffer; For sale by All Send ua your business. Y ]

.. County Surveyor-Thos. 'Jolllns Cary- confined to small neighborhoods, dealers*, .. F. M. GOLSON, Cashier. jt ,
vlllo, Fla, -.
nor to persons of trifling affairs, asa air -

County Commissioners: single instance will show.. There!! POUR AND FOUR ARC! EIGHT. k*.
J.T. illghlower. Chairman,
C; Gilbert Chlpley. ia,now in process.of settlement in a I UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Florida State! College For Women "

S. U Davis, Wausan. .' neighboring state:the estate of a man A theatrical manager once ,expressed GAINESVILLE TALLAHASSEE i

J.,n.,Porter Millvllle.l which at the time of his death was disappointment because his ASuperlor But Inexpensive Institution for Colleee or Arta and Sciences Normal School. I
.'F. Gunn Santa Rosa. valued at $1,000,000. Rival claimants leading man, an Irishman, refusedto Florida Young Men. dun School, School ol MoBlc. School of Art. School of Exprea- e..t..V
of Home IiconoinlLS ,
.... _____. .. ,".School Board .to the property engaged in: litigation attempt) the part of King' Henry Unlreraltr Fuur college extension.*, airrlcultural 46 profonoro experiment and station aMint-; First. claw equipment throughout. Tuition rInn. ,
-d-- r -., G. B. Bush, Chairman; Orange 11 III has'extended VIII. ant..' 80 per cent Increua. attendance last address,Other. expenets very low. For information ; ; ,
which aver a, {
Attractive-buildings and For
year. campus.
:i',.,,V4.>!:: >',__-"W.S., J.. F.Gainer.Buss, Vernon.St. Andrew. ." period of several years, and now, aa "Why, you can play almost any. catalogue addressA. A.MURPHREE,President. EDWARD CONBADI. President.Here's .. r; 'I'

,>' ,the end approaches, it i is said the thing and, everything," said the 't.1' _

""-; :" CH1PLEY CITY OFFICIALS.! estate has dwindled to about $23- manager, "and yet you will not ;,..... ; ,

; !I; Mayor-U. H. Wells." take one part of, King Henry VIII.;' I' I _I

:.:" Marshal-U. M. Farrlor, 000.Manifestly, the parties to this litigation "No,. indeed," replied the actor, a. Good Slogan] for :\ :{ :

.' .:,'" Clerk and TreasurerV. W. Cook. have. made a heavy investment "I can't; but I'll tell you what I will
; Council-A. Carmichael;. chairman ,
_f C.B.DunnJR.McOeachyC.E.Tbarp in experience, but unhappilyfor ,do-I'll play the two parts of King a Bigger and Better Business. : "

.': ?W. O. Butler.Jr. them it i is not what. financiers Henry IV., and that will be just. the ; .
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: The 4 Banner ......:.-COLLOQUY.' 11,' -'. ;? -, ; fy. ;, t*,< : in fc M ;:

A return of licenses, extinguishedin : Just then, the train entered a Move; aa fast as the procession r. move; out_ Take- the i ''* ,
+ the county of London,reveals several : long tunnel, and--".. 'M'
.' of, houses. : c.of. the 'company:: you are in or make"wavfor the man -rid s ;
peculiar names public ,I "Yes and Jack"Nobo'didn'tI t ;
J< Fla. .
;. Chipley, Among the animals are the White I 1 TheNINKTEKN atapidl" behind. .. T; .. t'ti .'
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'-f*- Stand*tt orthe Upbuildingj. : Fox and Hounds, Stag, Flying'Horse Don't.standin-the' : way of new ideas." 'D: n't" pause in the .. >:,;
: : MILES Ah' BOUND! o\
: VCnipley: i and White'' Hart. Birds are represented and without ajar, shook or disturbance !is- the path, of.better system.1Jon't, 'f.,settle.down on the ladder of '
,- ; by'the White Swan, Hen ,
awful peed of our earth tbroUlrb'.paee. success. _.Don't be a barnacle ont ship i of
i ? Chicken. pre ress.
; : : We wonder at such-! ease of nature's movement ".* yT : -
:>....Washington County. The title of Bishop Blaize has not and to do those who take-Dr. King's : ,'
saved a house in Shoreditch. A New Life Pills ':Ho griping,. oo distress, ;Change. means:progress Progress'means advancement !f J?

iXrid\ ;: Florida; ;Mitre had been surrendered in Step- Just thorough work thai brings good health I: ... I ..., ',:' ,J" ,' ., !:.,....
and line r feeling 25o S. B. McGeaohf. !
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t ': .1. ney, a Veteran and Gladstone have I. Advancement, ,meanslm, ement.-".MOVE! >.YDON'T v, ,
ruder in the east end.-PaU.] GO YEARS : "
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:..- We'make.. a SjiecUlty of.Neat '"Five years ago two doctors' told ine J 1 r, ,
-JI.Y-! L. had only two;yean to live." This startling I

.:t..:.,.,.',,- statement was mad e by SUllman Orean,
;. :;.. ,, .''''''' ;"., Malachite,Col. "The told me 1 would DratonsCorrynfatrts, A
"<. ; ArtisticComthercial die with consumption. It was tip la me to AO.Aeyon..endlnj Attorney .
Public State at Law'
try the best lung medicine add 1 began to :*:.t )>and awaritrtkm. .may Notary. at Large. I. JI'
qnlokly aaoartalu opinion fr.s wh th r aa q.ColleeUoris a Specialty,
Printing use Dr. King's New Discovery, It wa Gonmonlo .
," : : lion.tMat1): .Prob"bl"r.'nt".If} All business entrusted to'my' '
'?,; ... v T well did, for today I am working and bed Mntfra*. Oldest aitanor (or,.eourlupatauM.Patents ooPataot. Chlpley; / Fin .
llev I owe my life to thin great throat and notttt tokaa,without tbronxta oh.rw Muna*.In to**Co. -MdTfwM4 care will ve my prompt .
: lung cure that has cheated the grave of '
.{tl Banner smother victim Is folly to suffer with \(Sckniific JlmcriawJkh attention. Fees reasonable.Can I J. J ONES.ClIIl'LElr. .
The .D .:
cough*,cold or other throat and lung in of any IIln MlentMa tr t J Journal.H7Ttirmt Tarma,(3 ii-a, be,found,at Post' Office,; :. >
.r" : ., ,." trouble now. Take the Qure that's safest *,II., old by all tra.id.a! n. .
$. (; : Price BO cents and 100. Trial bottle,fred IWUNiirC' AUorne7.At-1.aw; .: ,
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Many Chipley Women are Learn '
.Ei"w 6 ing the,Cure. .

: Women often.uffer, not knowing' the FOR

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? Backache, headache dizziness, nervousness Railroad
Commissioner. .

Irregular urinary passages, weak* "

ness, languor-
Each a seeming torture of Itself.
Tog-ether tell of weakened kidneys. Formerly Secretary of

Strike at the root-get to the cause.Qulcicfy ',
Board. Is now serving
? 'h five the help the kidneys .
_r r dpx need. first term-asa member

No remedy endorsed like Doan's.

Kidney Pills.Recommended. the Railroad Commi. sion.

by thousands Familiar with every detail -
Kndoraed at borne. '.

J., Here's convincing proof from a Chi jo ot work of the office.

Icy citizen.. ..
Mrs. Anna Kent, of Chlptey Fla.,

lays .Forabout tnree years my kidneys -
gave me a
My back was verr lame.and weak and has accomplished
I.had: difficulty' with the kidney accretions .

,. !' Headache and dizzy spells during his term: which

bothered me and I felt tired and lam,
he favored and workedfor
guld all the time. A friend finally

y.5 1'PY.j advised me tu take Doan' KldeeyPllla : : "'

and I procured a box at MoSeach'y --- --
& Go's Drug atore. Ther r.-
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Seved,me immediately ane in a short
Reduction of L. & N. passenger, rates from 4c to 3c per mile.
time effected a complete cure. '
's 3 For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Reduction of State express rates of.GQ,000( per annum.

cent.. Foster-MUburn Co., Buffalo, Reduction of 25 per cent in rates on fertilizer'' material.Reduction'of ,
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-VOTE FOR--- New York, vole agents for the United rates on lumber and I fruits'',and ..vegetables. on I
F. E. C Ry..of approximately $20,000"per', annum.
Remember the nameDoan'aDdtake
.. Braxton Beacham : no other. Reduction of interstate fruit and vegetable rates, of more

, ,; than $20,000 per annum.

t. a4alty': : .Notice of" Eieotlon.: Forced improvement of railroad tracks. .. ....

"";;\ For Congressman' at Large. By an" order"of the Board J'ot 'l'ub 'lo Instruction Forced constructioQ of depots and establSsment. of agenciesin .
of Washington County l Issued
}7MI ,'.'J"I'.';-1\+,\'.Ij" ie.*Mt..eIttAN.u.... April Itt, 1018, notice Is hereby given that ,all sections of the State. '.
"I:.: \ an election will be held In each of thai,following ; Forced operation of better train service In rnriuraberjOf: instances .
Special Tai School DlatrlctB.> on .
;. : .Extracts from his PlatformfMMaterial :. Tuesday the 14th day of May. A. D> 1013, ; notably between Sacksonvllle and '1"en'8 Cola. .' .. .
:')' for the purpose of electing three (3) trustees
* + : ::4; ': Federal Aid. for Hard Roads in the several States. and to determine the mlllaae to be Now working for lower freight and express rates, and for

ti ;\' 'More,: Money appropriated for Navigable Str am8. assessed two and years collected, In each for the succeeding better facilities for the.public.i i ...

>!41% :: There that the of the interior The following berabns l were- .appointed '
r ,I II,, is no way people can receive Endorse this jrecord..
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Inspectors and clerks,..., ", ,
direct benefits from the millions appropriated annually by the District No. 3.-8t Andrew-W R WIN

; ,Go'ver-ment, except an appropriation for bard roads. co.; John R Thompson J W Purcell, Inspector He will appreciate your support. -
*, M. O. Post Clerk.

H District No 8.-Pt Washington..;..George
> Underwood L Oasy, J L Ruse Inspector
( Repast of Board of Public structlon'f l Wasbh1gton bounty, F a.l' 8. A. Lesley, ClerIDlstrlct'No.4MlllvllleWI111e. .' 4J... ", "
,: ; : Jones
J. :\: For Month Ending March 30th. 1912. J, 11. Daffla E.,F.Jloyer, Inspectors J. '
,'/1r Dat.flRtNQ. War. 'l'n whom and for whet p..ld. Amount. O. UarrlsoD, Clerk. a.' s.People's GfRJNBRf "
; n ''t./'Marb 1 ny am' to balance .._ _. ..,. .... ...... .. .H. 12406 88 District t Wo.B' -South;Bonlfay-J. A, .; .
q(,. '; II/ ".,.4 111119 H C young repairs ..Uit.. Mary : .... .. .... ..i" 7 75' Sims E.Cars huff James Anderson Inspector j" l'" ( : 'i.
.. ;.. <, 1670 E w Kenl'dy, and asts. at Cblpley .... ..... ? 535 00 *, W. &f Miller, Clerlr. : ,
:;-1, + ;.'yt4 1671 ET Matthews teacher at MlllvIJle...... ...... 80500 District No. ft-Vernon-''D. F. Carter, ,Candidate for 'State
.. 0 .... ......
:';"(: 1 '4 1672 Gainer teacher at Harnu Pond 35 00 John
> \ +" 44 1673 J It P'I m pbrey t.eacher. aUSoutb Dort...... .. .... 11800 T. Carter HarrlontHlnaon,'Inspectors -
"i .,,''" ;.k' .4 1674 A II Nelson teacher at Long Bay.. .... ....". ..... 45 00 Walter Berdershaw,,Clerk I > ( '
';('" ;, :tr. .' 4 1675 Mn.'llle" Goodson teacher at Car,villa.., ........ 40 00'.il. District No. 7-1'omjlkins-S., B. Ellis,
\ 4 1676 C ro Rocbe teacher at Oak Hili..... .... .. .... 35 00 George. McOee. E. Kyser. Inspectors, IretlsurerfSubject
,,: :? 1" "\.il.; :: 1677 xfe Cbarles teacher at New Prospect.. ... .... 17110 W. r'.,,Scurlock/:: ,Clerk. .
-"".i ; 1678 Esther Miller teaeher It We8tBay... .. .. ...... 40 00 District No. 8-Unlon::-Danlel lUaty, .
- ) y, 'j! ; 1679 ClLJobnson teacher Pleasant Grove .. .. .. 3000r. : Tom Collins, C. B. Waller Inspector.
:l. rW'} '14' 16tO! Estber J one t.eacber atCowtord..... ., .. .. .... 3.00' Neal J'''. Yates, CJerkj( ,
J.J.t- 161H 'flabellA! Haymond teacher .t Lynn Haven..... 7000 District No. 11-Long' : T. Wells, to the decision of the primary, respectfully solicIt'sthe
, '1'' 1682 1.lIlaUlgbtowerte..cberat.Clpmons.. ...... .... 3GOO Nelson '
'S.: '.' If\83 Oertrnde Oalner teacher Fountain .... .. .. .. 40 00 Benjamin Joe Brock,4rlerkAll PlpUIn, W. p. Inspectors support of the voters of the State. He is 'a native of Florida
1'r,4 161H ZelleWllllateaeheratMurf .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... 3000 I
.. ; qualified voters within the territory the son of a t Confederate veteran and an unswerving Democrat.
:J 4. 1685 Stella Nuttlnll and aSMt. at !Santa ROS80.. .... .. 7000
.: Rosa Gainer .. ... ... are entitled to vote In this election '
.. 1686 teacher aPanamaClty 100 00( ever'aske'd for office until a few years ago, when he was elected
and tickets must be written on plain
i"? 1687 Myrtle WlillamA teacher at Grand ayom.... .. 62 AU
J681t 1\lInl1l. AnderBon teacher at Woodland. .. .. .... 30 p() white paper.: Treasurer of Bradford County. In this office he has saved hun-
",,', 4 JI1I9 Infs Jeffriea teacher Cook..n... .. .. .... 11.1 00.i ) ; O. B. BUSH.
i !?{I.4 1011) n F Cunlngham teacher at Vinson... .. .. .., .. 30 00 Attest: Chairman. dreds of dollars to the people of his county by refusing to charge
t1tf." 111\11( Ii p'Allen and allt Chlple7 I . '_' .. .. .:.. 00 00 B. F. GAINElt.Secretary commissions certain class of disbursements. He of
1 Hill ... .. & County Bupt. on a was one
$ 4 1591 'rJ Ronlhac teacher at Oak .. .... 2.00 .
4 11\\13 PatlencnRoolhaetsacheratst. Joseph..... ;. 8000 the first men in the State to agitate a reduction in the fees of
\:" J694 Annle E. Moore teacber at McNeil..... ...... 25 00 '
I- .'. 1'4 JIJ\)5 Alvllllta Jenkins teacher Lillie 1111I3 urn.. 7500 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. county treasurers and is therefore entitled to'part of the credit
., : \", ." J6K1 I A Andereon leacber at P& WallblnJlton. .. .. 30 00 Department of the Interior.
;. f.\." 'I '" Jlvn M L Gardner teacher at'Dashere Still. ....... 2000 Uot S. Land Office at Gainesville Florida! for the, law passed by the last legislature which will result in a I
., .{' 'yt A'4 161IH rula Rn.a teacher at Seseom'e Stlli: Oda.... ..'.' 6 25' April, 1912. saving of thousands dollars to the taxpayers of'the State. He
,. '.\\'l" JIII'J H F Gainer:. Salary tie Hupt. ," ....... ..'.. 100 00 Notice U. hereby given, .&Oscar Harper .
." ." .";, 171K( W FRutlO rerdlem and mileage....... .... .. .. 560 of EconHna, Flu. who 00".nuay29. will faithfully discbrrge the duties of the office i It elected-
I "l ;'. 4" 1701 G J B nUMb Dflr diem and mllealre ... ... .. ..... 8 80Ar : 1010. made Homestead Entry !aerial.! No
\ ,y .'1/4'4 170'.1 II U.l.lIIercnmmlsslonaIlTreu..... .. ......... 0032. 00376. for NX ofSW3,/Section:: J2, Town
..... :4 'I'oamf. ofW BUatner'fILK 19J1.... ... ...... ,. 13(112s ship 1, South, Range 13, West,. Tallahassee 0' .
;/ To am& of W m. V Knott lnet, on state Fund.. 130095 Meridian has tiled notice of Intentionto
t... J\;April '1'0 UlLllI.nce. .. J. .... .. .. .. ...... .. .. ., ...... 276771 make Final Commutation' Proof to establish ..
,,.; ". : $5016 43 .,,oIlS 43t claim to the land above described. ......................
: :f11J"j. before the Clerk of the Circuit Court .t
r ,::5: Af.rI11, Ily I amtt. on Hand 13roughtdown. ...... .. .. ... 12767711 Vernon, Florida! on the IStb day of May,
'\ rat \Varrantl out atatldln ... ........ ............ 178875 1912
,, '. : ;:'JiI't'l.. Caeh In Trea thl. date..... ........ ... ...... 4556 48 Clalment name as witnesses: F J.McNelll I I.I
I. J. W. Brown William Well
. \, j I,A \Ve'hereby certify to the foregoing as Jelng correct In rvery particular and W, ./S.:: Purcell all 01 Econtlna. Fla., I Wire Fence. I
n?,;; G. B. BUSH, Chairman Henry/:: Chubb, .
i tl".. : ,tfA i teat: H. F. Oalner Hnct'y and Co. Supt. Ed fee paid.. Register.NOTICE .

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t I ...J.i ForNational I Fo'rNationaf ..
: ../ '. t u&o'theInt.erlor. ,ItI
lj. .. 'N; U., S. Land Office at Gainesville, Florida. ,
:. | Delegate Delegate April 8,1911' }. : I efk
,; Notice Is berebYlflMn, that Frank MeNelll. JT.
of EconBoa, Florida, who,on February ('
: ;,4 'Jril Congressional District, 3rd Congressional District. 85 1900. made Homestead.. Entry, ( .' ; r 3
'k __, .: c ,'_ -- -. Serial lso:01T71, for'NH of 8Wi{,'Section .
., 1. Township 1 South. KangfilS West.,Tallahassee ,\\ ,1.1 ff4'1II
it ) "' Meridian, la.IlIOO notice of intention .
'f .
n'. to make .Commutation Proof to I v
f\} establish claim to the land abqvedescrib ---
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140 '
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..k':'; ed before the Clerk of the Circuit Coortat 4.1.
t : Vernon Florida,on the 15th day of May, ,it\1\\ '-- .. rl"f" .,
: 1918. ..
,. Claimant names"as'wUnessesl I W W. 3. : -.f' .
11' Gainer, W. S_ Purcell William\ VVelU, ,.-- .

if:. and Oscar Harper, all of Henry Econttna.b.Chubb Flag, .wa.w+......:=ti.., _+-.........::;::._.-_ M' -

'Y I:;,..:,', bx ,'.., ... .'. .(<. NOTLC1OR 'PUBLICATION' Ulllrltltlr. !I Just a word Farmers and"Fence Builders:: i i

Department of the Interior,
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> AY : U.:8. Land. Office at Gainesville. Florida.
.,>): !'{1Jt: ..." April 8,1912.Ndtlcels'here6y"etven : Having made deal for Ten'Cbr"Loads '
; ; \ .N that Zion A, a. : : '
ii\/"iijiMiWi'; "
... ) Uenuett ', ; .
'; ') Bush of J! Is.,- who on Augu
.,,.. .. .i'7, ,, 24. 1910. made Homestead Entry serial ..
of the Best American Steel 1 Wire Fence
."' ".> I N0107366.for Nldk, Sea 11, -Towniblp 1 :i ': ;1
,. ) .. ".. ', '.';.:;.:.t;'. south| Range 14 West, '1'.II..ha8'l1Il1.. \ '/ V :: ; :
': dfan. hi* filed notice of Intention to make make/ "' '
in to better prices "
,..Klnttl Commiitatluur Proof to establish ; are you -;,. j
I .. ..lIn'to the land above described, before
bt.iJounty'Jndga.atVerounFla.. on the I : than, ever before. :
,... 1'FRANK> l'!'',>Lb dsy of hay 1V13. .' ]
. Claimant name as \\ l&ol'lIsl.'a'Ii'. C. '
2 ,1 Mayo. Richard JiU.b, Jubn 11, Porter of & us'before' : t .
". Bennett Fie. and Arclt Gainer of South : Be sure f9U'see .buying wire tli
por to "111L., .

1M\, J. F. C. GRIGGS Ed.. fee pd Henry, Bolster Cdubb :.;elsewhere. It means money saved. : < i

L AUYES I It ear ...Ib.I..

r' Editor ren!::ol Joarnal., He will abide by the result of A. G. McQuagge\ ,. | ; : : i

Believer in a Progressive Mil the Florida Presidential primary 01 | Chipley Hdw4, ''O,9 :

' itant Democracy-the fighting I but he favors Wodrow Wilson Notary Public

r< l-; kind things-the Democracy. that DOES: and that hopes candidate.to be instructed for Stalest Large. z............ ...... ..I .1,

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: .:. THE BANNER r try and elect a set of officers that' _
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I we, one and all, will be proud "of. i iJ S. j'j't
r CfalplT.. Ft J You know that.there are politi- S
7,,t cal tricks being resorted to.

,;' .WA1/TBM W. JOWBH BdltoWEatwwd Watch your state and county t _

';.I... I,, At UM pantoAca at Chlpley.Fl... as ticket. Watch... '. .. j
ia .cooad diM mall..\teI'.
,. I" -- W. B. Gainer, being familiar ... ,
SUBSCRIPTION!( RATES: with the affairs of the I ,' ,'" "
., ,. OHB YK.1B,........................1.00 county canren'der : ,:, ':'
.," BIXMONTBa,...... ..... ........ 50: I the board ot county commissioners For Boys : :
Taa XMottTaa.................... .8AdTtrtUlna much valuable serviceit i ., "J'- : I

,,.." > rate furnished on applkatloa.rt YOU see fit to elect hint. clerk. p .. : ? : ; .

Vote for. bim. 2t -
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; Communications on live topics especially ::,: / ;: ,
: ..; <.
-' '...:."' of local ,
; ,." II I understood however will not, that be the responsible publishtS Two Beaumont citizens met inthe "' A NewLine" of those" famous PONY;; BOY;;:nf : ';f" ,, ,. :
"; of THB BANWHH street the other doy and shot
'1;';" for opinions expressed by correspondents.TIK each.other. to death:, in the good .. :c SUITShaveju'tbcenr : .' < :-:\ ":, ;, :'"

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BANHKB want a live representative Texas way The feature of the -
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; and correspondent at every postpfflce .
In the and will make liberal ar story is that neither lived to : rr.-
raogements county with the rlcrt parties.TIIIURBDAY. I l We have all styles.and sizes, :from six toY -
make another notch on his '
"" gun. ,
r "seventeen Now boys WHY NOT- 6ET. .: : '. >
Too bad. ". years. ) :
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April. :St: t9ta I "
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;,!! /. .. = ONE, ,before another boy gets YOUR SIZE. ::' :
y.: Dear'' friends and voters, before Last year tbe Southern States, ."- -..

; \ another issue of this paper spent public$78,000,000 education according for the cause: of _' Also a complete line of :Shirts', Collars, :.:.<. .
.l' : reaches you, our first primary
election will] have passed. We ask exchange, and thirty years ago Tie Shoes and, Straw Hats, Come in and let..'. : <\ ,-
the expenditure for the
\ x you to consider well the men you about one.fifth'this US DRESS.you up. '
; 0 vote for; there are momentous '. '. ': : :::. '
; have ; :. '' :
:, ." questions,' both state and national amount. Time may been I" : S4 : ..: ? ,

':.1 : ;- to be settled or acted upon, by when a many of our people were ._ : ::. L. -_
t. 4/' S., the men we are to elect next illiterate, but we have never been '

;<. "+.: ,y'. November. See to it that political ignorant as a class and -right 0., '

,.". Z;:. tricksters are cut out, so far now we are making greater strides Campbell & Dekle Company.
l'- along educational lines, in proportion -
as your vote goes. You, one andS to our means and past ,

all, know of some; cut them out; burdens, than any people on

National, state and county. Let's earth.

p' .1 nate a Southern man. anyhow. Henry W..Grady while he' gave

fl' Third District will Instruct for Undewood d but that they certainly would not several pages ot the same "historJ' -
', ; dolt, unless the South asked' for to New England ''her es"

", it, sO a large majority of
; .In these .parts have decidedto historians bad seenfit to igndre -.

i : ; p : : Reasons Why Alabamian will Easily Win Out "X" Oscar Underwood on the ; his quick,defense of Booker -

5' p" ballot on the 30th, thereby instructing Washington when that Alabama

the Florida delegationto negro was caught at a lady's door' _
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..- ,, """" "' -- cast,Its first ballot for the Alabama ,in New York his devotion of sew '
,,man, who is. recognized, as eral pages of his "history"; ,to. a, '
Complete summary Presidential situation in Florida ,,''TO' VOTE FOB the nation's !!greatest living Boston riot led by mulattoes; his 'i

.Shows: Southerner's Record makes him logical man. OSCAR UNDERWOOD statesman and the most magnetic abuse Thomas Jefferson and

: For President leader this country has I eulogy of Hamilton his charge

:<. In minds of voting public. While Record of ;.,:, "". Mark arC X in front. of the names as ever' known.. that George Washington did. not

; : him ;" : follows: -" Why Not Wilson, write his farewell address and
: :-Prof., Wilson,,. of New Jersey, puts : : :For'PresidentsVote ,' -
I. ,"" '" As he has nationally, so has that the 'first president was more
: T': Out of running. Candidates for :s. tor Ones Professor :'Wilson, locally, lost of a cheap real estate peddler'
Delegates Discussed.. .' WOODROW WILSON much ground since hia. personal than a statesman; and his declar-
characteirstics and short public ation that the tariff is not an is- |
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State at Large: record have become known to the sue but.a detail.
'.Special Correspondent to the Banner. who are also the managers 'of Vote for SIX: people.. As Alfred Henry Lewis Frank Mayes: a Wilson Delegate .
Pensacola, Fla. April 22nd, '
1912--Tuesday I i Candidate Milton for: governor :J. E. ALEXANDERA. says, it is not so remarkable that Reports trom the Third DIs-

; is election day and Candidate John T. G. Craw I' ANGLE .' be is losing ground as it' is' that trict, in which Frank' 'L. Mayes, '.
On .the thirtieth of of this month
ford for National Committee, THOMAS 2'.APPLEXARD he ever had any ground to, lose. is a candidate for delegate on the F
will be held in Florida
cried out in loud voices that there MONTCALM BROWARDW. The voting publit in Pensacola Wilson platform, 'do not give '
after probably the longest and .
had been a "Frame-up" against J. BRYAN and this county are beginning to much .idea of his that race will ..... .
most sensational campaign, in Wilson. But the people Florida X FRANK E.CHASE believe that he is the only :man terminate, but the concensus of |

time this'state's Florida history.voters will For the first could not be fooled by cheap political ? DR. E. S. CRILL with whom the Democrats can opinion in Pensacola is that Mr./. (\
methods. No people in the THOMAS A.*DARBY NOT win, and that the Republicans Mayes on account of his platform '
the polls their choice for Democratic
world are better informed than CHARLES E. DA\IIa beat him without and f' .1
j Presidential nominee. can. : leaving general political policies! ? ;
In Pensacola [and reports received Floridians and especially do HERBERT L. DODD their offices. It would take the past.and now, ,especially in ,,J
West Floridians keep posted, L. E.DOZIER pages to tell why this conclusionhas local affairs, will\ not carry 'his .. h .
I here from the state .
over .
and they saw that Harmon, Clark X ALBERT W. been arrived at but the following but q'
: indicate that it exists there also) GILCHRIST home county, that,Dr. F. C. ,./ '
in, and Underwood were running X FRANK HARRIS l facts which have been con Renafiaw,' who beat Mayes for .
if interest
there as much not more I
in the presidential prefer against each other in many ,N. H. MONK HARRISON clusively proved and not denied the same office eight years ago. '
states, so they knew there couldbe LINCOLN HULLEYr by the teacher must suffice for will have.a long lead over the editor '1
ential in
primary than any of the 5
no "Frame-up'V spelled with JOHN S. KEANEX this summary of the situation: of the Pensacola' Journal, ,"
local or state contests. This is
I capital letters like "Big l33usiness" EDWIN D. LAMBRIQHT His ingratitude to Geo. Harvey which paper has asserted that ,:-*';
a good sign.. "
and "The Interest. HAYES LEWIS of Harper's Weekley and toBoss, Oscar Underwood of Alabama is. v"1: "t3the

........ Two Candidates Why Underwood? GEORGE MATTHEWS Smith of Jersey.whose.mag-: candidate of "Wall Street"" ,. :.:

In Florida there are but two But on the other hand the people -- X ED SENIOR -' azine and money barrel), respectively and !'Big Business," that he_ is:; /:' .,:;:;i

.r" candidates on the ticket. Oscar of Pensacola and other partsof ,JULIAN W. SPEAR had made him what he was; but a, substitute candidate and, ::"_" ;<

,. Underwood, ot ,Alabama_ andWoodrow'W11son this state said .to themselves. ,. .X' B..S. WILLIAMS___ hid complete change of mind ,on that there bag been frame-up' -', ,:'

.. ui New; Jersey that Underwood seemed 10 De.tDe- For Delegates J to National Convention, every issue of the day. .upon becoming beat the man from New Jersey: ; .

.. ''' the other ''two candidates, Champ logicalman for the nomination. ]I' Third Congressional District: a Candidate for office; his all of which was,quickly.correct-;,
Clark and'Judson Harmon, haying They knew that Underwood was Vote for Two: 'complete revolution of.' attitude' edand disproved but of "' i "
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,seen that"the;race would fin- the leader of toe United Democracy J.' F. C, ORiaoa. -. from the politics and express beliefs which was ever considered ser -, '. ..'

.' ally-narrow down to, Underwood and the man who united it, FRANK MAYES that' bad made him the ideal dusly'when: the charges' were -',.t.'.<:': ;"-

,' and Wilson, and having no time that he had"nevervleft his ,post of X FRANK ORENSHAWX of Wall Street the kind of politician made. Editor Milton A. Smith, : -'.'

nof money to throw away,. asked duty for a day to campaign, that ', MILTON. SMITH thateauseshim. to be ;endorsed of the 'Tallahassee True: Democrat ,

!': that,their names not appear on practically the only remaining, issue For Member of National Democratic by the Populistsbis-stilI: ; one of the best semiweeklies -' ', .,.' :

'the Fl.rida ballots thereby, between Democracy and Re- Vote Executive for Onei Committee:' unforgiven abuses of 'Organized iq.: this state, 'is "a candidate .. ". ..,
avoiding'both the bitterness and publicanism is tbe tariff and that Labor, which he first believed with Dr... Frank G. Renshaw ? ,
J T. O, CRAWFORD_ ,' 1.
...... ,. : party,expense of'. .''.a; ,second 'pri- the author of every tariff-reduc' :.. WM.> ROCKER stood for the. least and poorest delegate" on the Underwood- plat ;.

pr m ry. In fact; ProffessorWoodrow''Wilson.is In2" measure that has past the + X. E; S.. MATTHEWS service for'the most mon'ey., to form,but they both have declar-.u;

the only.candidate House, ought to be the strongestman c his position now as a..candidate- !.ed that they will'abide.by'the'in-. .)", '.. ......'"
-- ,: ..- for president who has n with whom to fight out that den y bf the nation,,whicb is and that every man is'a king having struction of the primary, no matter '., ..

money enough to maker .cam issue with Ihe.Republicans. 'The certainly ought to be, united now the right to initiate.and pass upon what their'' 'personal; preferences .. .. ,

-: ,-_ paten.in every state in the.Union.Seeing people read every day where papers ;' that the Civil War: is fifty years all laws and to recall 'j judges may be. The.individual .. ; "

., :,;', ., that,the advocates of! the throughout New England, behind us and now that the Ma. who do not please him by" their .choiceofSmiUiand Rensbaw waif? '.:..: :

.;t Alabama, man, the .Southerner; Ohio- New York 'State and four son: and Dixon,, Line lias been. sentiments and decisions; his at"first f Harmon, .but after>i .t:.
\,'''tbe: House leader the man who of the ,strongest publications in wiped away by .commerce and ; most uncomplimentary remarks that gentleman, decided that, ;be ..'-::

.' has given his, life, 'to,the.; Democratic New York City the. World, the travel ,b *ween',the two sections.I about, the South,and southern heroes had bat little chauce'and no mon-! -

party nd'served the Post, the Times<< and.the Herald, The voting- public reasoned for alter he had'become a northern to waste in Florida,' the candidates "

,, ",whole people of the, '.entire'! 'coun: bad endorsed the candidacy of itself that the south had been man by choice; bis failure to for delegates said that they .

r try as earnestly as his District, the Alabamian. and the people I furnishing the voting strength of even',mention a long list of thegreatestand favored theSouthern man, ,having 'M, > !;;;
all'- er-e in&' decided that the North actually theconventions and the for ...
:.. without- a mU 'D party most model_ en this been convinced, that he cart :>
tr .,;.,::"thatthisman, ; was about toswaep:. ", wants to demonstrate to .the' !aiy bps'e years but had had no section, has produced," among more. as 1y'win both'. the :nonii-' .''". :"..i--:;:

: : Florida, the managers of 'the south that tbe war is over byelecting part in"ttie nominating, that theother whom are Robert Toombq..Behj. nation'and the presidency' than -_ ',;'

,\ :;:: ,Wilson 'campaign, i in this -state .' one of us to the presi- sections anight> ,, ,now nomi- II. Hill, General, Joe Wbeele'r and any other mentionedk'possibility..: '
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10. Laws that will create "Land Mortgage Bank." and make safe thefarmers' For .member Nrbool. Board-and Hint.V .
a The: friends of Mr. O. B. Bush announco
and land-owners' property,as security. titan to succeed himself as Member of
a 11. Improvement of our commercial banking'and monetary system thatit Hettool I Board for District No. 8. 31 r.Itunb .
be both adequate and safe. Una served us faithfully for many
may year cud we do not feel that bill day of
12. Amendment to the civil service laws that every protection shall be afforded lI"urUIB U near past yet.

and yet allow every citizen to bo a sovereign and participate- In the \ His: FRIENDS.

duties and ranks of citizenship. I her'ky announce myself a candidatefor
:: 13. Income and inheritance tax with limitations that will) not permit an member of the Hoard of Public Instruction :

indirect tax on State, County or municipal securities or increase the burdenof Washington) county from
District Noi-.a', suj beet to the action of
0 State County or mnniclpal taxes the Democratic primaries If yon see lit
1,. Amending the.Act of Congress of 1907, ao as to include Florida with to nominate and elect mo to this I Iportaiit ,
place I promisyou) the best service It is.
Montana "Colorado in pl'cventine'fiirther
Washington Oregon Idaho, Wyoming possible for me to render.
addition\ to the Forestry Reserve area. .' Thanking yon lu advance for your vote
1$. Abolishing the Choctawhatchee National Forest Reserve removing as well as your Influence I among your
neighbors In my behalf am
the unjust tax and limitations on the original pioneer settlers within Its boundary Yours truly '

that Its territory may become the homes of liberty loving citizens, glv- AMOS F. ROOKS

them opportunity to"have neighbors and schools and exsend the basis of tax- For County <<<:ontmU.lo..er, Dint. No. 3
__ IY tion. I hereby announce' myself a candidate
16. Ship canal across Florida to avoid the risk and expense of the long fur County Commissioner from District
s"T No. 3, subject to the action of the Democratic -
trip around the dangerous coast. primaries. 1 promise If elected,
r 17. Eliminate the excessive costs of the Federal Courts that the judiciary faithful and efficient( attention to all business -

settle their issues and not the playground comlugbefore the Hoard
may be the resort for the poor to merely UFORGK F. UAl En.

I 'y for the rich. ...
; 18. Laws to per feet,and simplify court pleading and practice' that both a To comply' wlt.h. promise to friends
that I would Into the race for
speedy and.'tair trial, may be had, with all essential to establish justice. commissioner go, I now announce -myself county a

x"lie'1 19. Amendment to the Federal Constitution that will abolish life tenure candidate for that office for the Third
District theautlonof the Democratic *
subject to
In office for Federal
Judges.( primaries and I promise If elected -
20. Our form of government In its three branches Legislative, Executive faithful aueni.lon to all business com
J and Judicial is the distinction'that marks'Its force and.safety over the rulna InK before the Board. I will appreciate)
vote and support.
of all former efforts aristocracies, monarchies and despotisms. lu its representative your Yours truly

1 form, it la the best product of Christian civilization for the gorvern- W D. FINCH

ment of man reserving to the people the right of petition for changes In organic For County: ConiiulMloner DI... No.' it.To .

1'I } law the levying of special tax or the granting of extraordinary priVileges com ply with a promise to friends

over which they should have final decissfou. that I would go Into the race for County
Commissioner 1 now announce m ,
f : solicit consideration and 'support. Second
". candidate for that office for the /
District subject to the action of the
) ; March 11, 1912. Wtrt. W. Flourtioy Democratic primaries. I promise If elected !-
Candidate For Congressman, Third District: faltbful attention to business comIng -
before the Hoard. I will appreciate
Democratic Primaries, 1912.:
will the District
Represent your vote and support.
Y I Yours .l'rLtruly
Third District. w. E. MORtU .
Candidatevfor Congress, ANNOUNCFMENTS.1 For Tax A memo r.

A Democratic t Primaries 1912. I hereby announce myself a candidatefor i 1 herewith annonnce my candidacy:
Tax Assessor of Democratic, I County Commissioner from District No 2,
subject to the action of the :. subject to the action of the Democratic"
,: L. H. Howell for Representative I Primaries, and solicit ynnr unpport and Primaries. If elected I shall endeavor to
.- Influence. If elected 1 shall endeavor to whole In the safe-
To the Voters of Washington County: do my premises
the Deiiteeratic Voters of the :Third Con- I am'a candidate for Representativefrom conduct tho affairs! of the office with fairness I gaurdlng as beet may the Interests of
- tbla county In the Legislature of and Justice to all.DAVE the people the entire county 1 will-
: 1913. subject to the decision of the Democratic D. DAVIS.. ;. appreciate your vote and support.
Wfressional District.The primaries April 80 and May 28,1918. B. W.-BUSII.:
If elected I will\ Introduce and support For Superintendent' Publln Instruction
a': bill providing fora division of Washington I hereby announce my candidacy to suc-
primary eiectiou, to choose a, democratic' candidate <<.:'on.man county following these lines: Commencing To the citizens of 'Washington' county, cooed myself as County Commissioner
at the north west corner of Cal- and especially the registered voters: After from District No. i, subject to the actionof
from tbeThird! 'District of Florida is' close at hand. Since houn county thence running went thru having carefully considered the duties of democratic primaries. If elected I
north 12 County Supurlntendentof Public lnstruc- shall endeavor to zealously safeguard the
the center of Townthlp 2 Range
I edute of rny,announcement for this office .have endeavored throughi west to range line between flanges 13 A 13 tlon and being solicited by some of my Interests of the taxpayers and all citizensas
I and thejfraails to give the. voters of the District a true thenceeouth along said range line to strongest friends I hereby announce myself In the past, and earnestly solicit your
to the Base Line then west along said a candidate for the above office, subject vote and support
jj 'd and conscientious account of my life history: my public servicesGd Base Line to Plneton creek thence down to the elect the faithful A. C. GILBERT.I .
said creek to Choctawhatuhee river. I maries, and If promise
my views and convictions upon all current issues and questions feel tnat the above plan will be perfectly service, and to conduct the- business of here declare myself a candidate for
: all Interested In county the office In such a way as to reflect credit the Second!
and decision. No voter who satisfactory to County Commissioner for :
for debate
ely to come before"Congress and and constituents. I will
division and eminently fair last to on myself my Commissioners District. Subjecting myself '
]&S been l'ea het11theso'several! publications can truly 19ay.that he the whole of Washington county. appreciate your votes,.and your trust Imposed tj the result of the primary elections,
_ : I will also favor a bill\ prohibiting the In me. Thanking you In advance, and I solicit the vote and support of the
mains in ignoranco;!concerning. me. I have also visited as many loymentot convicts In competitionwith 1 desire to remain your servant. voters of our district. If :youjelect me I
free labor and providing for their I W. TV HORNE. will give you the best service It Is possible _,,-
Invade met
t inmonities and public speeches and personally as manyof&VOlel'S
being employed on the roads of the state. I for,me to render. --
District been ; At all times shall nile my best efforts J. W. THARP.
of the has possible;
as : In behalf of the common people of our I To' the Democratic Voters of WashingtonCountyi

I have careful1 oided, both in speech and in print, all person :, county, striving to conserve their Interests and ,i I hereby make mv announcement for
and them unjust
f itJeaconcerningTjn; ? That. either of them would l prove : discriminatory protect legislation. theoffice of County Superintendent of. Try that new cow feed for sale
With the hope that the above brief out Public Instruction for Washington Coun by Williams & Helton. 2t
would it add to
witless in Congress be no excuse for me; nor would line I will meet with the approval of the subject to the Democratic rlmarles.If .

rability or citpacijy to represent you Congress... voters respectfully of Washington for their support.county I ask most Constitution nominated and and the elected school I will laws\ follow of Flor-the Vote for J. Stewart Lewis on

i I have giveuyon>I ; my record, Neither of my opponents has _l" H. HOWELL ida.for the using benefit every of effort a better to work and faithfully.broader April 30. for Adjt. General., .. 2t

;, I bushed his record. General statements and appeals to yon byiberB For Sheriff.: system In our public' schools. I promiseall Get your groceries from "Wil-
the ability 1 possess towards conform
: and fiieiida'wiTHOUT: : FACTS, tor-yOu to consider, are an insult I hereby announce myself a candidate Ing to the rules and regulations of the llama & ,Helton; the sell the best.
: for (Sheriff! of Washington county: subjectto school board In Its lawful duty. I enter
t. pure and oousoientious, voters. I''' have presented to you a the act Ionof the Deraacratlo Primaries this race free from any entanglement John W. Williams will do. his
", without friend- Thanking you In advance {or your sno with clique or faction. I expect to
to any
? --my HJajyorlf. in detail, any appeal your port and Influence, 1 am do my whole duty as director and educa whole duty as Sheriff, if you elect

I your -passions; \ I have sought your honest, intelligent and JOHN Yours W.truly WILLIAMS. tor. L, L. CHARLES.To him. 2t

l 'would not be worthy of your support if [ ask
j I I hereby announce my candidacy for the voters of Washington County White House Shoes, the very

1' tjjg ato place yo'urjfrieiidship or Itindship above your duty to your I the Democratic nomination nominated of Sheriff and ofWashington I re-election herein announce to the myself office a of candidatefor CountyoperIDt.endent best made, sold in Chipley only
tautry.{ I havejjrgcd you,, as JUBORS: to decide between ambition elected I! promise eonnty.to faithfully discharge of Public Instruction, by Williams & Helton.. 2t
aud the good of the district and the' claims of your all the duties the office, especially son subject to the action of the Democratic
;the candidate the prompt execution and service of primaries. 1 have the work well In hand If you want a Sheriff who will

-1 BJvernment- to*btf diligent,. loyal and 1'ne1, and to jet your conscience processes. and from writs the both various criminal conrts and of and have If In elected the past, I promise to be faithful In future In the as discharge -1 be "always on the job,'* vote for

patrol your political?} action by which course alone-' ] can ,peace and cIVil the: county.Issuing' of every duty connected with said John W. Williams. 2t

_ 'r egress be giVei |t<7our political llfed ., voters I respectfully In the Democratic solicit the Primaries support of witha the office. Respectfully B. F. AINER J. Stewart Lewis is a native

d 01< hearttlyjKnatik my friends and supporters throughout, the conscientious derlre to dlscbarae. If Tloridian. Vote for him forAdutant -
elected every duty of the office with loyalty For Clerk Circuit Court
''trict forJJbieLtfsapport, and also t.he'editors of the newspapers ofBstrlct to. your Interest. To the Voters of Washington County General of Florida. 2t
in their and Yours very truly. I am a candidate for the office of Clerkof
who have been firm and faithful friendship
so .
e ( HENRY I1ARRIOR the Circuit Court of Washington county If you want comfort for your

a devoted to ,those t' .principles of good government which: advocate To the people of Washington county: In the Democrat solicit your primaries votes and, and support.respectfully fee wear White House Shoes.

1 represent. jijjjjfr v vI I am a candidate tor-sheriff and earn- If you elect me to this Important place. Ipromllfl Sold by Williams & Helton. 2t

I Finally, I desire to appeal to all qualified electors of the district eetlyrequest Democratic primaries.your consideration! My past In life the Is fidelity to the duty people that of I the have county given the you same In Vote for John W. ,,Williams for

all' mero and factional considerations and unite my best recomemlatlon and I assure you the office I now hold. will to the 'duties
personal Sheriff he attend
k aside
gay.! of a clean able and fair administrationof advance for your vote. ;
t the piaiT vftiKtrpatriotic duty selecting nominating as your the duties of the office, without fear or and your influence among your neighborsIn of the office promptly ,2t
favorshould you choose me as your behalf I am '
'I ilidate for (JJongressmau the roan you HONESTLY' and CON ebelf executive officers of the couuty: I i my Respectful) Don't fail to place an X '"markefore
hall make the race on my own merits. I W. 11. GAINER.To .
I TIOUSLY.be ve to be; according to your calm, deliberate ,andjudgement I I know nothing of political wlro pulling > J. Stewart Lewis' name.

, l 'ldsell the one BEST FITTED-morally, intellectually; end I earnestly before ask making your np careful your mindas consideration the Voters of Washington CountyS'I lIe is endorsed by his home

FRUITFUL EXPERIENCE in public to whom 10u-wlllllupport.. hereby annouuce myself a candidate county. 2t
I 1 )with Respecitulyours. for the office ol Clerk of the
I 1-OO serveTyour the people of the whole district,, in that high ld W. tilUiITT. Washington County Florida Primaries subjectto Vote for W. B. Gainer for clerk
the action of the Democratic .
J honorable} ,office. To the Voters: to be held on April 30th and May 28th, of the circuit'court, he is compe
__- April ''22, 1012 r WM. W. FLOUKJTOY, I herewith announce my candidacy for 1612. tent to fill the office and is tbprDuebly -
a f 1 realize that position a man may
office of Sheriff! of Washington county
the the vote of the people I la a sacred familiar with the affairs
d I: .v.nnnnnn..n..v..n ... .... "" subject to the action of the Democratic !get by
'" If elect Clerk, I 2t
: primaries, and I earnestly ask your consideration trust. you me as your af the county.
a will give honest service and courteous -
::" : PLATFORM.. and support. And I If you elect I treatment.yon -, .
fair and
me 1 promise to give you a
b' -? of the office. Give me an opportunity to serve you
._ ', [favor if elected:. and will diligently study and advocate'::-." 1 "uai ad-nlnlstratlon- Yours truly and business I will In be the on Clerk's hand whenever Office.I you have DON'T SAY YOU'RE OLD _
.... joim T. imiTT.To I
I. The principles of the last Democratic platform.! i will folly appreciate! your lupport. .
tJ I Giving t e..J Interstate; commerce Commission such authority! and pow-,, tb* Democratic voters of Washington WALTER COOK. -'

1 : r: that It may consistently and effectively enquire Into and regulate express-: County 'You, Only Feel Old
telegraph"and telephone companies doing an interstate bnsiness. I am a candidate before' the Primaries For Coa.'Treurer.
? ,'road, to be held April 30th and May 28 tb, re- 1 hereby announce my candidacy for Digestive organs are -eak-don'O
.tort of the Tariff laws, so that It shall be levied for revenue
01 j_ A revi bgectlvely the office of Sheriff, and the office ot Treasurer of Washington KMlmilata food M they used to. -
r p that this tile*greatest oppression of a free people and violation of the promise If elected strain; prompt nad efficient and county subjecting myself to' the action Other organs act more slowly an the
of office
I Lj and letter: of our government and Its constitutions shall be .no. attention to the and result of the Democratic- Primariesto
, ; II spirit honest and graftless administration. be held April 30th, and 28th. If effectua1IyB1004
1 tolorated. It is."rober,. under the, form of the law RespeetfallyU lifaMILhAN.I elected 1 promise the ( ) Mal Washington '. thin and sluggish.
le Preventing.J, r gambling In every sphere of human activity, especially In A. county an honest administration of Renewal'of strength does not equal

t products and the necessaries ot life than which there Is no greater evil Fr Tax Collector. the Thanking affairs of you the la office.advance for your vote the wear, and tear of your system."',,

Laws thai vI1I be effective against'trusts and monopolies, that p i.j equal opportunities and burdens. for Tax Collector of. Washington county Yours truly, Nothing In the world will tone up
and preserve subject to tne action of the Democratic JOSEPH H. PORTER. tad Invigorate those weak back- lld-
: : t, i Laws thatVill properly control and regulate both labor and capital primaries.;" If elected 1 will endeavor
neceesaj orR..nlzatlon.that both may have plain,. speefly, safe all time to discharge the affairs In' the Through a natural. desire to be of service ng organs make rich blood and create -
their office with fairness to all. to my friend 1 hereby announce myself strength so Quickly as VInol.Vlnol .
equate( adjustment. I thank you for all past favors and solicit -' as a candidate for the office of County |. not a secret nostrum, simply
' y perfection'of.the. mpl yer'. lability act., that negligence may DOt be: your support and Influence. In the Treasurer Washington Co.. Hubject- the medicinal elements of the

ju t |its just burdens, that the dependent laborer and his family, without. ,coming primaries i amYours truly, log 1C primaries myself to April the action 80 and of May the 28tb.I Democrat sods*liven, .with the useless nauseatng -,

? f., to the employer, shall be protected and adequately compensated.r U. B.TILLER. feel that 1 am competent to live the on eliminated, and tonic Iron add,
ai-Ilke.appropriations by Goverment. for the development ofIv people satisfaction as Treasurer, and If eeL Try a bottle of VIDal with the
tll >pujla :for Pr **eiiUn .Uornoy. elected,,! will mak Vernon my home,
;" 'n'er harbprs,;inland waterways-and good road, but,not the use ot the respectfully announce that I am a and yon can transact business In the understanding that your money wilt,
i al Treasurer for'commercialism,Or to gain local favor for selfish ends. candidate to succeed myself as Prosecuting treasures office every day In the week. be returned If It dose not make yon
; Enlafi facilities at the Agricultural College to the education of the attorney of Washington county and With this assurance to you. I respectfully stronger" feel younger and give, you
4 fA solicit the support of the. 'voters In the ask for your vote and Influence among
t J; and gardner that they may be safely advised to Increase their produc- Democrsile primaries. I, your neighbors In my, behalf.CORTW. -a added-Interest in life
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; Democrats With No Factional At To ii
DEMOCjTACr'S Grind Should Be Sent To Na. '
tional Convention. "Seniimsnt :ractlca'ly Amounts to Says .W L Pe

; fH Candidate For t m Presidential Nomination 1912

.,, '.:. 1 The democratic to win a party national has victory a fine this opportunity Laboriand..Business Will Both Be Satisfied, With Him

year if no mistake is made at the Balti- --
'. convention. The best to
:; more way
I" ,, "\,, avoid the making of a mistake that 'The sentiment for Underwood don't want (anybody.. You can'ttlon
might cost our party the victory la to
In single candidate
a from
v elect as delegates men who are Bound through the 'north, and especially their
!:' ". democrats without any factional ax to New York, amount practically to a ty who is generally favored I btu

".t'....... grind. The interests of the Florida democracy call," said W. L. Percy, secretary of that Taft will be ,nominated ilern
will be In safe hands if the the Dobbs A Wey company, who got ho will get the majority of the

following well known democrats are back 'home yesterday after a three holders, but Roosevelt: has a
sent to the convention. These gentlemen weeks' trip through Cincinnati, Colum following among thoj-hoi polloi

favor harmon or Underwood instructions, but of bus::Buffalo, New York city and other setting that, however, is the fact
will be the
governed by
6 he entered the race too late "
... the primary and use their best effortsto points. or too
I,> \ promote harmony In the party: 'The Republicans don't want anybody ly, too late to get his machine to fI

For Delegates National Democratic to tell the'tl'Utb. Roosevelt is too nine, tod early to ,secure the notion _

Convention, State at Lar e.' much of a demagogue, Taft has been by the stampede route. And ,
Vote for six, nnwlse.1 La Follette U so' much of a Follette and Cummins have no c

r FRANK E. CHASEE. progressive that he Is practically ,a at all. -7"It
Socialist, and Cummins Is not In the doesn't matter who is nomlui
S. running. Of the Democratic candidates by the Republicans, he will not ,

f j) A. W. GILCHRIST Underwood IB the only man who meets the full support'of.his party. Men! ,

FRANK HARRIS their demands for a constructive any candidate and opposition wig ,
"i: jc: ; qPb' EDWIN D. LAMBRIGHT statesman, one who knows the practical velop at once from the reason1 ,

; : side'of government.North named, and you will find the cplOlll
:; VV B. WILLIAMS turning to the Democratic .
'.' Underwood. party
I Jy1 For Delegates National Democratic
y1+ Mty ..Si Underwood Strong With L'-bor P
} Convention, Third Cong. District. "Nine out of every ten Republicansthink
"Of the Democrats
.J'; Vote'for two. Underwood would make a good prominently
: FRANK RENSHAW president, and of 'those,nine' the majority tloned there is only one who is rtI c:
are ready to' rote for him. Of lag strong support, and that man b

." MILTON A SMITH course there are not a few'who always Underwood.. The laboringlike

Cur this out and save for refference rote the straight Republican ticket I him because he' will stand

\ V on election day, was. talking to 'one of these; who, adexpressect' against the moneyed'interests wilt

.. dissatisfaction 'with all Is necessary, and the business man ...
his party's candidate, and'Tasked him him because be is the only eta
,,' The.Last Word. about Underwood. with real, practical business

: The campaign in Florida' 'is 'Well, I would be Inclined to for And those that simply can't vote

7 "\1' G1 get that -It- >was election day If you Democratic ticket because'' they
over. This Committee, has en- nominate Underwood answered this Republicans-weU, they will salve th

deavored in a dignified and honr straight ticket Republican. consciences and at the same time h

orable way to submit to,you the 'The north has paid, more attentionto Underwood by staying.awa) from
the last session of than polls
M claims of the Honorable{ OscarW congress
has; the south They know what Un Underwood Dominating Figure Ingross.

Underwood of Alabama, for derwood doing and they have learned .-
President of the United States. about the man. For this reason "I found that the appreciation j

We have made no attack 'whatever there la a demand for ,him ;that was what Underwood Is 'doing and of
a revelation to me, and I am from the constructive ability Is more in

,..., on his opponent, Mr., Woodrow south.", north, probably because they keep

',. Wilson of New Jersey. Such Is the gist, of a recountal by with'the work of.congress betterwe

... '\' Mr Percy of his trip, containing the do.' He 'has been the domlnti
The Managers of the Woodrow
?, i, ,i 9 by: Harris A Bwlng..
:, most remarkable view of the presiden figure in congress for the past t

; :.. He is the actual leader of the national Democracy. Whoever Is nominated Wilson campaign have gotten out ttal situation in the north that bas yet I years,and, as one member of that

;::*, must win largely upon the party's achievement under his leadership, As a some'most villainous, false and been presented here. His trip was a :said to me, he commands the 11

:, practical proposition his friends throughout thecountry feel that ha la, therefore uncalled for attacks upon the revelation. to the man from the south, a Republicans and Democrats''

:4 ; pre-eminently the man of all others best fitted to be the party standard' man: who left Atlanta not counted when he gets up to speak. i
large majority of the Democratsof
i bearer. among the'Underwood supporter, but "It was a funny thing, though wb| -
1" Florida who are supporting: who returned enrolled,under that banner I found all these'Yankee Republlca --

Mr. Underwood. We wish to "because) Underwood Is the man of I wanting a southern Democrat '| I I.y

:; : ; }< DEMOCRACY OF UNDERWOOD deny all of these charges, and to the hour, the man of destiny at the made me suspicious,., and,I said sa,.,
psychological moment in the history'of "
say that not one word of proof 'Look hereI.. told one of the
>>",,. the Democratic party. 'there is' something up your else
has been published bare
assertions of those whose ,claimto Talked With All CI...... Underwood either is mighty good
f ; Democratic leadership lay, Mr. Percy's statements are not drawn he is mighty poorand" you want waii .
from play a trick on us. The reply
merely a scratching of the political
principally in their ability to as-
evltably the same in-every inatano
surface' in the cities and states
sassinate the characters of through which he passed. He talked that he was a practical man, a ciservatlve

Underwood a. Native and Always! a Resident of the South and worthy Democrats.of Florida.We with laboring men and, by the way, it statesman who yet could
; beg to ask you to pay no was from them that he beard the first progressive without being radical, a

the attention to charges or state- favorable mention -of Underwood; he that this la the man they want at n

_.: 1-; : Always, Loyal to Democratic Party. ments gotten out by the advo- talked with business men who control helm of the government. He 1' .

.. cates ot Mr. Wilson immediately thousands of dollars, and it might be one man In congress today with f

\ before election, too, late for an added. that he took lunch with an ac- appreciation of all the minute deb .,t

WILSON A RESIDENT OF 'NEW JERSEY FOR opportunity to be answered. U.,. candidate for the presidency that enter Into succeasturcen'liwt! J ,

j Florida is safe for our Southern Mr. Underwood, which, however. did business.
7 Leader and be not blind him to the fitness! of the. Ready to Agree With U.
I active as possible on'the day ot southern,man.Underwood. !'The north Is now" ready to eo
cede the that ii|
point tothe south
i iA the primaro, and tosee that your Much Talked About.
i k.
i can produce a president. The cycl
fellow Democrats are not deceived "When I left.Atlanta I knew little of
A Comparison. Woodrow Wilson went north to get his have rolled round, and the psycholoj
I and Oscar Underwood. I when he
false thought
by reports campaign
,. Underwood and Wilson will be the collegiate education he took a law cal moment has come. They are rest
lies circulated at the last was mentioned that he was all'right ascongressman
two leading candidates for the Democratic i course at the' University of Virginia. mo- to agree with us and elect Underw
J" a but beyond that I
presidential nomination as far as 'Underwood was educated entirely in ment. never Not.all.theory, not all ideas about bu
Florida is concerned. Harmon and the south. Underwood State Campaign to run a government, he actual
"The first
thing/ that set 'me thinkingof
Clark: will have their supporters in this As Democrat. Committee,. him and'his chances for the presidency knows how, and he actually can., N

state but not as many as the two other Underwood has, 'always taken the Frank E. Chase, Chairman. was a conversation which I but a man of'many words, he never II'

candidates. For the benefit off the voters southern view of politics. The southern ted into at Buffalo. I had Just returned vent to those flashy platitudes tb!

Ve parallel the records of the two i idea is to settle disputes in the NOTICEFOU: POHLICATION. from Niagara Falls and was waiting make good headlines and gain him D|

; as follows: party and then present an 'unbroken Department of the Interior, for my train. A group of laboringmen torlety. None of us, I think, haveevl
..: Underwood. Wilson. front to the It is this habit of U. Land Gainesville given him full credit for taking a nui
enemy H.: Office at Florida.! mostly railroad men, were discussing
Born..........Kentucky ..VirginiaSJduoat that March. 18, 1013. of politicians in disordered chaos, 4
thought has enabled him to keep politics, and I entered into the
...hUniver. of Va. Princeton,N.J.
Notice' la bcr..by 1/:1: VOlthat Tolbert U.PeUIof the Democrats when he becin
:Moved.: ..::...To Alabama To New Jersey the party in the house! solid under his /Sexton FIs who on December conversation without their knowingwho were
Now resides. Alabama In New Jersey leadership. Woodrow Wilson has nev- 2'J, law, made llomesu-ad Entry. Serial, ,or what I was. One of them wasa their leader, and bringing out of !itjij
Voted 1884..Tor Cleveland For Cleveland er supported a Democratic nominee No. 01136. for NK>f, NocTlonS. Township rank Rooseveltlan, but he was Inter. best'oiled, most perfect machine whk 'j
Voted 1888....For Cleveland For Cleveland 1 north.l\ango 13 west, Tallahassee Merl the party has had for ;years.
Voted 1891.Voted ....For Cleveland For Cleveland who did not represent his views. dlun. has tiled notice Intention to make rupted by one of his friends, a man "There is
'., "V' 18SM....For Bryan Against Bryan When his faction was not successful Fins) Commutation Proof to establish dressed in overalls. only one' thing that
s Voted 1800...For Bryan Against Bryan he has gone out of the party to fight claim to the land above described,.before 'I've been watching that fellow needed to put a Democrat In the ,,"
Voted 1904....For: Parker For Parker'' 'It lIe has never been a southerner Ibo County Judge/ at Vernon. Fla.. on Underwood. I like what he andI of the president of the United BUU-|
Voted 1908*.,.For Bryan For Bryan the 9th day of May, 1013.Clalnietit nays, There is only one thing that Is needJ -. '
In political thought. First he belonged.to like what he does and
Falthfulneis.Always/ at his Two-thirds of names as witnesses: John I'm'going to
his poet time out of what he now calls the Wall street Taylor John I'cttla. Lee Godwin and vote for him to put a southern
tate ,, wing of the party, and when the buz- Llnton llendru all of (Sexton Fla., highest omce of the
Pol1tt *....,..R.lfUlar Habitual bolt. Henry S. Chubb. Then I, Talked Politic:. campaign of
.SiV; oorat or ring of the presidential'-bee Induced Ed. foe pd. 'Rt'ghtCl' "That set me to thinking, and from to tell the people of this
,-. Chief work him to put dwax'Idens: that would render ,
''V"J" V .. then on I talked politics every time I and what Underwood Is I
-t for
lIouee Demo-Seeking1
party. presl.
\: his nomination impossible he went itall
V *; $: cratlo leader 'dentlal -nomination got the chance. And then I commenced doing and what he
to the extreme of western
,re .ft r ; Department the Interior. to notice a funny; thing about "As soon as that is ] j
-"' ".': "1:, ;, 'V We 'do" not take the Interest in 'the No Reason- Why. U.S.! Land offlct at Clalnenvllle.April 6, florid 191:!. the Republicans, and that Is that: they elected.".-Atlanta Oa.)" I

',> sectional standing of.the two that some Of course the men who have been Notice& U\ hereby given that Nancy ..
..', others take; but.though Woodrow Wilson promised p office and other federalIOtItUons Itoiiiwoll.,of Itriioott l-'la, who on Nov.
," claims to be a southern man If Woodrow Wilson is elect 1 '
No. U7UC7; for SUK: Section 2. Township 'i
.. though living In New Jersey;it is prop ed will naturally support him but we 1 South, Uang 14 West Tallahassee
Trusted Reliable and Leader
:., 7 a', er to give the facts for what they were can'tsee why any man who has nothing Meridian has tiled notice of Intention to Sagacious UNDERWOODAND
", :....r.-. worth. to gain by It would prefer a man make I'liml' Commutation I'roof to esluMleh to Whom,the Nation Turns.
> ,..- ', claim to tho land above described To southern men there are encourage-
Which Southern? Only Underwood. who pretends .to' be a southerner to' beforethe., County Judge at Vernon
; Underwood's father took him north one who' Is one, aman'who takes back Florida on,the Ifrday of May, IU13,, meut and Inspiration in.theturning, of THE
when he was three' years old and kept everything he said up to four yean Claimant names us witnesses: Zion A. the north and the west to the south

him there for a short time. Woodrow .ago to one who is right: and has always II.hush t'ortox, Richard all of Uusb..P.Hpnne',U Florida.Mayo Jtba for guidance* and leadership in-these ,

wileon took himself north when twen- been who makes no apology' because Henry S. Chubb troublous times. It we atop to consider s"A

---f'r.: .. J" .pga*. 14 and has mince remain. be has nothing to apologize for. Above : Et.; ,fa pd. ItegUter. u moment we realize that ouce the PLAIN WORDS,

ed there.'v Underwood' married first in all, we can't see why any Democratshould I poUtlea)''outCl1sts of till" nation we are QUESTIONS.Extracts

.Virginia *nd, his wife having/ died, prefer a bolter to' a steadfast NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.Department now not only In our father's house, but [ from
'' in 'Alabama. Woodrow .Democrat.-Jacksonville Times-Union of the,Interior,
married we Kit at the h ld"ot the table in the Oscar W. Underwood
= married in Virginia. Whilet March 28, 1012.Arranging U. :;. Land, Office at tiatuesvllle\ Florida. In
Wilson:: staff
; April 13,1913: ; councils u( the family. corre
,., Notice Is hereby given that John' A. The ('oua euee.In the soundness and ,New York World, '
,0'Ve DetaocrnW' must not allow the his forces for the' national I March AlvQuaffE"a, 1UOU.*)!' Fountain made llomemnad Florida, who Entry on efficiencyof southern leadership Is hot tion. Dec. 8, 101 l.j

bullabaloo.of'irrelevant' Issue to 'ob.cure canipnlgu. Congressman Underwood NrrlnLNoto3rtor Sliif: : of NWJ< and embraced duly In the favor with which "There has 'been
the great matp question on whlcthe continues to lay-up stores of tariff am NEW of tWJC, Section lO.Townanlp J the candidacy of Oscar Underwood has on the part of the' '
to wln'tb. flght in 191ia :*; munition with a fine contempt for the north Range 12 weal, Tallahassee Meri
party ,1a' dhtnbat tiled notice of Intention to make been received.. the north but In repeated ers to give labor Its
& tariff question. Underwood is tie new thought cult In politics which Insists Final\ Commutation Proof. establish .manifestation of the confidencefelt benefits derived "

4y "ieader In the,tariff ,,revision fight. To that the initiative, the referendumand claim to the land above described, before lathe north,and west that In the They have kept all
the Clerk of the Circuit Court at Vernon,
Underwood must the party looK for assorted recalls are the burning south the country'would find undefiled
the of '
Florida, on 83rd day May41912. -
loaderehip'in a fig based, on this vitalsublestf'Athens Issues .of the hour.-Providence 'Jour Claimant names an witnesses: 8. C. the purest principles of a republicanform

: Banner._ nab .r' Mercer Aungue: McQaanae' O. O. Smith, of government kept' bright by "To protect profits
: William Nelson, all of Fountain Florida. constant care and practices-Montgom tect Inefficiency and
Votetfor Oscars fldervood for President. I Eddee'pd. henry S.. Chobb Register., cry (Ala., ) Advertiser. late try."rather'than "

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T barber of Maine Forced to Give Up Could Sand Arrow Through
; Campaign for Exterminated Buffalo'' Body, but Ancient Arch- "A BALE PER
r of Nuisances arc Surpassed That
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The vicious wild animals which In, the days when the buffalo was You've heard that often of ree

1'-----------: till remain within the borders of : found in vast herda on the western
I you.will hear it often each
more seas
Wai 0. Maine: are a source ot considerable plains, there were Indians who, while

public expense. These are the bear, riding at a gallop, could send an arrow -:: on. .

,; : b iS 3tGerything nrolf es and bobcats, upon which the through a buffalo's body. Bemurkable Are you making it?,. Can you

state a bounty. as this archery was, yet it '
pays Other people are doing'it'and we know
T The reward from the common'wealth lid not equal that, reached by the y
tip iaNoai if
for killing a }bear or wolf, it archera of ancient times.It you will., :

'w'' y'' i5Ca $5, and that for a wildcat is $2. is of record that the MacRaes A, little better seed-a few inches

ti' t tits I""cutting npoo, .,. a 5e.c, Last! year the ,state paid out $595! for of Oairlock, Scotland, were such plowing-a little more care i in cultivation, al
} 1'tire. So, bears that were slain and $826 for dnllful archers that they could hit
1l r Singe,. 500..to 800 pounds per acre of
: wildcats, but for several years no i mat at the distance of 500 yards. i
for wolves [n 1791 the Turkish ambassador at
tS licit bounty has been sought ,
Your. .
Patronage.Respectfulli .
"' u those animals are rare now. London shot an arrow, in a field near Armour Fertilizer

1 1 Very Maine's bounties have been classified that capital, 415 yards against the

D. Peters, P ap>r. as constructive. and, destructive, wind; and 482 yards with the wind. '

,, -" .- Baysaine Woods, and their historyis The secretary of the ambassador,,on put on. by, the Inter-Cultural Method.It's .
., bearing the expressions of surprise .
At time the state
: 'Rv? a long ne. one
Trom:the English gentlemen present, -and certainly profitable.
tried to encourage the raising of corn easy very
: ''i San and wheat in this way' and paid out said the sultan had ',shot 500 yards. ,. Decide right now that you will make, it.

., our cflnfldcntinl letter befo... before found the This was the greatest performance of
"'PM' $200,000 expense But. be dealer Armour
'PlMt may Da*worth many modern days, but a pillar, standingon sure, your gives you
.1 'If Dbt tin! U. a BBd.For.tKnARKsySUv" ; too great.
Fertilizer. .
a plain near Constantinople, recorded ,
AYEr ,.s I It'also' tried to foster the silkworm '

' .r LACE... $ -'*.r,N- I : and: beet-sugar industries,and Sir Robert shots Ainslie ranging British up to 800 yards. A. B.: WELLS Agent. ;
: 'ruuy; sup, fcuwl, nc'dcl. ' '
r '. IMMEDIATE,. to the Sublime Porte, records .
it-port on + J inaugurated
jntentebUUy. >' ;plvoalrrnl first destructive: bounty was
,.:', MTT'J and * rumalurutk. 'rrytufla in 1830, when _th$ legislature -, Chipley ; .
h' sultan shot an arrow 972 yards. : .
WIFTMnt .& CO., sought to rid the state ..' ** .rf
Fart; i rdvyw'9, crows. The granting of $l ,O.oO I
:, Often,W atSingtnnDC. f within a short time for bounties on i 'r. Ull1'n Im"... It ITIIKII! FERTILIZER WORKS, '
-..... '- You can n.a Huck,en'. Anilon ulo tt.
, .. crows, however, proved too much. I euro children. of erceinn, rawbes. 'irttir. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

chafing, softly and c-rulsled humors, a*
11..Et GIVE EVERY BOY A SHOTGUN. well M. their accidental injuries;-outs, I -
burn, bruise,elo., ,with 4 ertcct safiey.Nolhlugel .
e heals so' qulokly. For boll, .
Differing from Mr. Carnegie, who .
ulcers, old running or,fever sores or piles .ii j
would have every man lay ,down his has no equal, SSote nt 9; K. McOeachr', .
rifle forever Sir Gilbert Parker, the High : Class Saw Mill Machinery.

Canadian author, would put a rifle DIAMONDS BECOMING SCARCE. ,
We carry at our new-warehouse, 408
,Rllle-moh btr mona Ilmyl.n i fa.terktr into the hands of every boy "If I and 410 East Bay St., a large stock of
t ., I ,t>.min with, wire IFS All c.bl. drive MUD, ut-onl KU.atueh Kwjr: had the power I would enact'nation= Two explanations of the advancing Portable and Stationary Engines; Lo-
ai dmtabl) Idl.r.. t d jTtr* If quick Mttaf Hud a tint savw.liltts ; Boilers; Saw-Mills, Planers, Edgers.M. .
't .. portable sod.tetlonwry. he the controlling the rough ,
before syndicate
' ....., training every boy enters lawlI,1Jeltll1g and Mill Supplies! aim
ud.hn.n b.tte.hhnrl.w..bl.r w4ee
....,-r.,vfat ./ t. Wall'' of battle to bear order to increase its profits Second, S handle the celebrated line of HUSTLER -
toi Iron Bait ,IS, Miesa. .. beginning that "# S TAYLOR VANCE. AMRER-
arms in defence of his country, with the yield of the diamond mines, as a tr ICAN 'and DELOACH Saw Mill.

'+ le Vpromptly olMuln UC'tl.and Foreign yI its consequent physical and moral whole, is decreasing; the Kimberly ERIE, LEFFEL, TAYLOR and
SOUTHERN Engines and Boilers. PERKINS Shingle Mill Machinery Special
advanta ."-From the Strand. mine is virtually exhausted ,of the Stave Machinery for Turpentine, Plants., .
t best stones. These explanations Large stock carried for immediate Shipment. Get our prices betore burins'
4pluWeiarnaaor We can save you money. A postal win bring our Traveler. ", \ .
I given according, to the
John W. Slcnelemlth: Greensboro Pa., respective Write for literature covering: your,special requirements.
baa three children, and like moat children viewpoint of the parties who offer "
r I oto cl livi otion far they frequently take cod.: "We have tried them. JVieilstoyVtacHInery Co. :
jSreport rnlcnlElilUty. For free book '
', nmRxurofl7l rL Afl several kinds of cough medlolqe," ,be saysbutbive 4QS &, 410 E. Hay St. Jacksonville, Iorldes.
C toY to\llUlan yet thnt 1M them OBVIOUSLY THE PROPER THING.
f never ) L.ortat Dlntano Telephone No.. K7 4. .; *",
aa much good an Chamberlain's Covgh Item -
ed?"' For sale by All Dealer.. "Going to build your new dwell a
ifg? ing of cement, are you?

E I THE VERY THINGVivian "Yes; the corner-atone will .be laid .401 E.-iBay Street .
U. S. Patent Office
.RYASHINGTON D.C. :next Thursday. f F, L.ORIDA.

Tk 'J fV VV V w- V* V <*.l <' 4tComerstone'Then you expectto
Largest stock of
....., make,a. 'sort of function of it." -:
JBLMH in Florida for saw' mills: and
,jiA l "Sure; my wife will pour.
food'sSeedsFor If you have trouble In getting if your -_ S MACHINERY
cold you may know t.bat-10u are not treatIng '
t 192.. It properly There U no reason why H has' been ,built for 57 years;
ould shouH bang on for weeks and It' will more built today than any other -
New Deserve Catalog not if you take Unaraberlaln's Cough Horn-
? Let ua tell why.,
up-to-dateyand tella allt edy. For' sale by All Healers' you '"
(fully I -..-. Send for catalog.and price.
the bestGarden:
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farm Seeds. I The largest collection- of books and EMMETT- WILSON, ...:...... ,
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the Civil is A a
papers bearing .on war
farmerasid ardener.haoqe' .
Every .' ...
said to belong to Mn. Levi Z. Lei 1' F
.. of this cata-
a copy
which has l long been recog- ter of Washington. Many of the papers

- %i as a standard U'.uthority.the are autographed by the leaders

;u full and'cotidt.l\ informaeadquartera t. who participated in the engagements. s

I .1twhich it gives.;: tr.,jk It. Z. Letter began the collection 20 I

for I years ago and Mrs.. Letter has continued
e ate -Oh, dear I What shall: 1 SS

i'r, sri'sj and Clover Seeds, Seeds do to make the auto go faster. the quest for rare books and .

'/ watoes., Seed Oats Cow; Peas Harold-Try.to stop its I documents., She gave the work ot \ J
I iJja Beans and &H Farm Seeds.. assorting and cataloguing to' an expert ,

a SCriptive Qfttalof; mailed DOG'S CRB8 SAVE MASTER; from the Congressional library. % 1
pi's ., The
library occupied an .I wing
'Wnte for it.
n' a eon ueslCj Charles Wood of Stamford, Conn., .of the family mansion in Washing. ; ,

t r.vt.WOOB"&SONS. engaged in a friendly wrestling bout ton. ;

Seedsmen, -:Wehmond, V L._ and hurt his leg.. ,He started to walk -- '_ : xfi
home but fell and was unable to rise. HOW IT HAPPENED.

A dog which accompanied him; setup -
a yelpfng that aroused people in "No, air, at the banquet last night ?

!nearby houses. Several of them not a story told.that" I had ever heard be- r

k opened their'' windows and threw fore was
Grea aver
r things 'at the-dog, but the'faithfulanimal "Was it the first,banquet. you>ver, +
U : KemeHy. continued to bark until Sheriff attended r' J i"W
"No 'fire and
somebody yelled
Hawley Oeflnger went out and
followed the thing broke up before the epeak-
v him to the spot where Wood
% lay helpless. Oeflnger sent Wood ing began.

home in a carriage. He had a- fractured
leg and had lain in the"street Do you know that of all the .minor ail
menta colds are by far the most dangerous
for several hours.GLOlilUlMNBVVit..
It U not the eold Hself that you need to fear
but the serious diseased that It often. leadsto.
xP t Host of these are known as germ diseases. .
comes from Dr. J. f. Curtiss.bwlgD ,Kan. Pneumonia and ,consumption are
lie writes;. ".. not only cured bad o..sea mODe bem. WbyiottakeCbamberlaln'a
of eczema la mf patleoa.'Wltb Electrlo I Cough Uemedy and cure your cold" while
Hitters but alio cured my selfby them of :you oat f For sale by A It Dealer .
ON SALE AT the same disease. 1 feet sum they will --, I
benefit any ease or eczema:" This shows
ie"ity Drug .Store, what thousands haveproved, lharEectrlo( : HUGH FARRIOR,. -
Bitten !. a moat effective blood purifier, ,
tb 'GhiFl: .i., Its an excellent remedy for eczema, tetter i DENTIST. Candidate for Congress.
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N, salt rheum,elects,bolls Eau running sore(.
j *IlL -. ,'1" It stimulates liver fcldneya..and bowels Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.. -

f bere's man... .) .la"! ,.lsp- 'tWixt expels poisons,help-dtge.Uon, build up ALL WORE GUARANTEED. Place advertising in -The Bunn r "

t saucer : bestrengtn.. l"rIo.10/ eta. Satisfaction k-OBQce over Chlpley State Bank" your. .

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<* Scandal--, worse than- Johnson McMillan to the Voters. ... ...............II..II.II..U., ...' .....I..

The missionary societies of the rAN'Y
The fateful day is drawing MOST
United States reported that their .
: HON. OSCAR W gitts during 1911, exceeded $13 close, and as a last parting:salute }4t
ilroad. 000000. I wish to say that I am just where
I was when I started out. I wishto
i DEMOG t:: 'u1:.
Appropar the Titanic disasterthe say just here that I am a Wash-
,. Ion Oolnlr TralnNo.2f North thought came. Man may ington county boy by birth and \'
I f r Candidate t rOywe, 5:00 ".m. Ar: build and polish, boast and defy, raising and that I am here to re- BANK ,
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4:37 p.m. remain unless something unfore- "
reenhead 4:00 p.m. but nothing he can construct: can '
:;', Iverslda 3:54 p.m. survive one mad touch ot Nature.In seen happening comesaround I tf "
:t<; Vicksburg 3:12 p.m. the air, on the earth or in the that might change my course in ,'""

f,(; Boutbport. ... 8:00 p.m. r.v. sea, we are as helpless as mere life, but will say. that it will takean Can handle your businesg.after! 'ion; when
insects. awful big happening to changemy tk
Yns; {/.
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bout that wedding we residence from among the
times are good and money easy\-When: times
is it comming soon. good people of old Washington ,' '
Vote ForWOODUOW :\
county, ,
.8 Cora Sapp, of Vernon tight you'tfeell' the V
WILSONAND I promised in my letter an- are bard and money
/'a visitor here one day las THE nouncing my candidly! for Sheriff I'..
'" "' that if elected I would live at need of a business cobnectton with a
; <.: ;: /Mr. Dan Williams of Millville Wilson Delegates.Make the County seat so as to be ready '

a .. : "' pent Sunday and Monday heron a cross -(X) In front of their at all times to serve those need- Big Strong and ReliablexBank I .
: ,/ business. names as follows: ing the services of a sheriff, and '. f '
For Presiden. and this I promise again to do fort
':' '. (r The Chipley Furniture, Co., I Vote O for*CAR One W.: UNDERWOOD think it the. duty of the man Do your banking business and make:/your credit '
.' received another carload of furin- whom the people select to fill this -'r J.,..,
... ture last week. X WOODUOW H.8oN very important office to reside at the strongest Bank,in-'
I\ g'ood'with
For Delegates to the National Convention the .
seat where the public +
; So far, the Chipley girls have State at Large: county :>V :
will know where to find him.
failed to take advantage of the Vote for Six Washington .County"\:': *"'
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X I.E. ALEXANDER If elected to this office. I again
II Leap Year privileges. X A. J. ANGLE.TAOMAS promise attend to the duties of

I When you come to Florida, J. AFl'LBYARD the office and to know no one i
come to Chipley first, and you X V it ONTO A LMH RO iVAK[D when it comes to discharging my ;'

"'-',:.! will not have to go any further. y W. J. BRYAN''RA duty or obligation that falls to my The First National,! 'Bank
I E. C HA SET lot ; -
as Sheriff. I also again prom'ise -
:""' ........ Don't forget, May Istis Po>l OR. E H. GRILLTHOMAHA.. DARBY not to appoint as my deputies of Chipley.'::
< Card Mail friends in
Day. your CHARLES E. DAVIS only such men as you would vote
other states post cards tellingthem HKRHERT L, norm) for and heartily endorse forsucba 1
.. .. about Florida. position.

',', Wesley Uaitt, of Bonifay, one AI.HER'r VV7U1LC1TR1ST I wish to say here that there is ............".'.....,..............,..',...."..........,......,..
of the popular candidates for FRANK HARRIS no lining upon my part with any
r ", .,, sheriff was shaking hands with- N. It. MONli'I1ARRISONI other candidate.' I am runningthe

friends here last week. ,x:. I LINCOLN HULLEY race on my opn merits and am about me who does know me, and The largest bone in tb 'h .
X JOHN KEA'EDWIN not trying to ride into office
Nx on frame is the wish bone.
; Mrs. Jourdan Taylor, of Ma- 1). LAMHRIOHT combination if be will not tell you that I am a
any or agreement
.. /com come up last Friday to see X HAYES LEWISUEOROEO. with one.I man of integrity then don't vote /Johnnie Fuller, of V
/ X MATTHEWS forme, but if he does, then I ask spent Saturday hereon bus i s Y. '
her son who was here under! am hopeful of being elected ; : ,
[ Medical treatment of DrCole ED SENIOR to this your support ., '"
responsible office and
JULIAN W. SHEAR Uncle Alex Mathias,the"of .
I. earnestly beg of you your/
: Y H. N, WILLIAMS earnestly solicit your support, support, for frankly I tell you( Oak Hill, transacted bu
.,,' man.The but if in '
honest opinion I
11'. ,'. heavy rains of last ,week For Delegates to National Convention, your am that I want to be elected. here. Friday.: ,
not qualified to fill this office
., ,. .; has about put all the roads, the Third Vote Congressional for Two.X District: don't vote for 'me, but before Respectfully; L. W., Ennis, A. D. Carm .!
''V i : celebrated hard road included, J. F.! U. URIOOS D. A: McMnxAN. Well Wl O.
coming to a. fiinal conclusion I Harry and Butti
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i, : ; \ out of .commission, travel in all X FRANK L. MA YES: beg that give record visited Marianna,' Frida\;
--' you my ;
'.. directions, as well as all kinds of FRANK o. RENSHAWMILTON and abilities due consid- R. C. Horne, "our used-to-be j" t
,,. r' I business is A..'(SMITH.9O9O -- present of Haven Joe Williams turpehtin
r : : ;:, paralized. eration and if you will do this Cary" Lynn come up a iVtd
'.J last week and spent a few days/ erator of 'near Graceyijle\ :..
fairly and I feel '
': '. \.'.. of your_ support.impartially-. sure with his family here. l| here Saturday on busi eSB. "'..- !...hI

VOTE FOB Now, in conclusion let me ask i iI
-- to examine into the
you qualifications '
I am ,handling Ice in Chipley again this se J '
of each of the respective can
didates forthis office, and after I will appreciate your patronage and pro

,CURTIS L. JONES; you have done'this if-you do. not. I C E you the same courteous treatment and pr 11

think and feel that I am as well i attention I have always, given you hereto
r qualified as any ot my opponents I
and it elected will not be better A. E. INowIirt.

: : : : #c For County Treasurer. equipped to serve you in this ca-

", pacity, then don't give me your &
support. I have promised to live I

:iIt. _., +..,' ... ... at the County Seat where I will Well We Are JJ. '
'- ,I.ofj';', ,'''10': ':'-, be ready at all times to dischargeany .
duty of this office, and to
': With The Goods!!
: know no one when it comes to ; 1
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discharging duties and obligations -
\,+ :" of this office. Now don't Wh 11 The Best of Fresh Meats. t

k;, you know me' well enough to a Beef, Pork, Sausage, etc. ,
know that 1 am fitted in point of ..

,,, ability to fill this office, and don't Everything, up-to-date and neat and clean.] }
'- you xnow me well enough to
",:' ; '..:1.;'.' knowtbat if I promise you to discharge Prompt service. Phone 125. '
any duty devolving upon ,
r"'c. i
.. .} .: me, should. I be elected thenI SKIININBR & SHARRO .-
I : OO9OOO9O& '" i4IV : 0<:roooccccoaoo ask your support. If you do
;;. ; not know me, ask your neighbor Next to Banner Office.

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D The Greatest Line of Screen Doors and Windowss

i .:.- Some people in Washington county may not be\ .., I

,: ; acquainted with him, and as an introduction we Ever Rhown Here. Fine Front Doors, Sash .and ;,

simply: state that be is the grand son of the late '
y Sash Weights Kitchen Sinks Galvanize Pipe and '
Judge W, B. Jones, who served our county so well ,

/ and faithfully as County'Judge for many years. I Pipe Fitting :-: :-' : :-: :.: :.: :.: a

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