Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 18, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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ilished 1877 Subscription-For Year $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable I in Advance!! l:. S. Matthews Owner and Publisher
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ons A Hathaway- chair Many I'Itl\tC'lluul IMatrlrt OfllccH No! COUNTY CANDIDATES I thirty-third-annual --

the state road departmen CommissionersTo C'ontrHtedi and Name Not I The corn I (IhitNIJuly Jm'o nmSI\4

,-andldate for gover Appear on IVtllots. Washington' D. C., \May 12.-- mencenient of the Bradford High TION:
'Jlng School wan marked by beautiful
Congressman R. A. Green of the

,lIke to the an courtroom audience Wed com Provide For Thirty-six candidates for office WHOAREQUAUFIED Second Florida District who is e ecandidate a ; exercises for three evenings beginning Circuit Court Twenty-Sixth Judicial

filling Dr. Hathawa: in the Democratic primary, to beheld ( to succeed himself, today last Sunday when the bac- Circuit, State of Florida in

roduced afternoon.by Judge A. Z. Ad Fair Exhibit June 6, have been vh'tuall gave out the following statement rnlnttreate sermon was delivered and for Bradford county Spring

adjournment of clr declared the nominees of their : "Honorable n. Clay Crawford by ]Hev. It. s. Carleton, of St term A. D. 1928.

Bowing the day, and her party, because they have no opposltion 1. Secretary of State, has Jus !Mark's Episcopal church We. the Grand Jury of above

urt for hour. The speak The board of county commie and their names will not be advised me that no one filed as a The simple yet distinctive decoration named court do: respectfully represent
a halt !stoners! of Bradford county Flor placed on the ticket. candidate against me for Repro for the stage was large 'I' to the people of our county
at Lake
d an engagement; Ida met in regular session Monday, On the primary election ballot sentatlve in )bankets of perfect NIter lilies.
forced bin This was found in a final checkup Congress In the prl and to t the board of county comml8sloners -
'odnenJay night May 7th, 1928 with all member at the office of the secretary the following names will appear mary. June 5; therefore under tho which Boomed to breathe an atmosphere of Bradford county
short ,hi
bis address an4< present as follows: Louis II. Hii] of state of all qualifications listed for voting on In the June primary, Florida law I automatically: \ of purity and high endeavor Florida, that tho following Improvements
Ith only the main issues oitform chairman, J. G. with the exception of those offices .
Crews Most
J. L. Underhill for the primary. come the Democratic pa.rty'8 nom excellent music wan furnished to the public building
O. W. Hinson where only one candidate i is under the direction I of Mrs..
and L. R The offices where candidate! luau and my name will not appear of Ilra,1f01lcounty, Florida, are
lath( away first dwelt on his Gainey. seeking election. Under the
were unopposed include both state primary on the primary ballot. A. R. Wall with Mrs. DeWitt O. necessary to-wit:

to the state for first more in thai the Minutes of last meeting read and district, ranging from cabinet law they are declared nominated "For this nomination, without Jones, as pianist the choir beingcomposed Addition to the county Jail consisting
ter -entury, and their names are omitted. of the named
In and approved.The and supreme court down to state opposition, I am profoundly grateful following of dining room, kitchen,
as principal Orange and Tuesday was the last day, under 'l"I'lIonIesdames! 19. M. Rooks
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name of Mrs. Nannie\ Holmes senator. to the people of the second \ and bath room; and a private place
'unties, and his successful was ordered placed upon pauper The qualifications with the secretary the primary law, one could qualify congressional district. This ap. 1)l K. Knight, A. Z. Aitklns. Misses for women prisoners.
ktratlon as superintended roll ant. and have his name appear on the Ethel Griffin, FrE'drlcka'Struth,
be paid $6.00 month which closed Morgan P. Matheny
per of state, on: proval and' support of my effortsas ,
ore In Duval county for K The Board decided to Join the May 6, were only for those office ballot: their congressman is a source Messrs. John Powell. Carr Colley, Foreman of Grand Jury.
He stated his administra For representative (One to be .. Smith
Florida State Association of over two Wesley Steltrl s, L. J. F. -
Involving Jurisdiction 01 of great comfort and inspiration to
as all the more successful county commissioners. elected.) Klckllter. Sr.. T. T. Long L, O. .\ 'L.1NT 1 .\V TO RKO-:
mem more counties of the state. Those me. I have ever endeavored to
e of the willing assistance ol ber to pay the fee of $5.00. entering the primary for representative J. T. Barnes.J make good my promises and keep Powell ana: the Girls Glee Club. IMTI n
for to be '
kers, and anyone L. Frazee.
Reserved\ seats were occupied by
The -
County Agent made a verba In the lower branch of the faith with constituents
my splendid -
tul) he must have the co report of his work during the legislature, and state senators rep O. W. Hazen.T. in the second congressional the young people who had by their Tomorrow Saturday May 19th
on of those with whom he month of N. Kendrick. strenuous efforts reached the Is the last .lay to register and pay
April, 1928. but did not(
resenting one county district. I have represented them
He referred to the record For clerk circuit court: standard required for graduation: poll tax for this year. Payments
Committee from have to qualify with the secretary; the
the ExchangeClub to best of ability be-
very my
made which has success- 'G. W. Alderman.For the class being composed of Melvin must be made. to Tax Collector E.
appeared before the of state, and their offices and fore the departments
Board in government
withstood those who, by i a tax assessor: Flitch of lawtey; Lois Galney) of W. IfaytiH, who will register voters
regard to exhibit at State Fair at names are not recorded there. and congressional committee
of misrepresentation and E W. under section for
gn Hayes.N. Hrooker:; Mattle Norman of Wateroak the provided
Jacksonville, Florida. After discusslon Following are the apparent and have answered call of
tiths, have sought to une D. Walnwrlght. every ; Reba Maxwell, Mary Lee registration after the supervisor of
the members of nominees of the Democratic par the roll their
Board ex: ; upon every measure
the strong lead he hai For tax collector: Wynn and Jessie Williams. Hampton registration closes his books.
pressed as being In favor of said ty, whose names will not go on the vote has been recorded.
in the governor's race. C. A.. Knight. ; Gwendolyn Launt, of Starke.
exhibit, and would consider ticket. "No noble constituencycan
placing more
candidate should ask the W. E. Torode. with the graduates were
a suitable amount in the bud Presidential elector, Group No. be found in the country and :I processional, "IntermeMO from L.ArloHletne .
of Florida to elect him tc For sheriff:_ their high s'hoollnslructore, Principal "
get for said exhibit. 1, Clyde \V. Atkinson Tallahassee; shall forever be faithful and loyal by the orchestra, and
vernor's chair if he cannotto W. M. Edwards.. S. S. Dowllng, Mrs. George C,
R, L. alack of Gainesville, Fla.,, presidential elector, Group No. 3,, to ite trust." was followed by an invocation by
a record of achievement W. J. Epperson. White, \Misses Myrtice, Jackson, Rev. L. W. Klckllter. "A Perff'ctDay"
appeared before board, in regard to P. W Corr, Sanderson; presiden
him and a program ahead For county Judge: Jackson and Florence Mat
reducing assessment against lands teal elector, Group No.4, Crom Myrwin ( Bond)) and "Love Song"Powell :
worthy of consideration bjtera. ; G. A. Gardiner. Congressman R. A. Green of thews. ( ) were most charmingly
owned In this well Gibbons Jacksonville; presidential -
The next four years county. Upon mo- elector No.6 J. For superintendent of Schools: Florida Saturday led a successful Dr. G. P. Raymond real the revised played by the orchestra.
tion and seconded: refused to re Group ,
e the most crucial' the his duce said assessment. Walter Kehoe Miami. A. J. Grlffls. fight in the House of Representatives version of the eighth Psalm Principal S. S. Dowling, In a few-

t Florida and the state musta The Board appointed the follow- Member of National Committee,, H. B. Wiggins. for an appropriation of and Rev. J. D. Taylor, of Ilrook- well chosen words( Introduced
chief executive with a view For supervisor of registration: $100,000 for the establishing of a haven, Miss., offered an earnest Walter J. Matherly, Dean of Journalism
ing clerks and Inspectors for primary Group No. 1, John T. G. Crawford,
ability his integrity and his, H C. Wall. /fish hatchery in the State of Flor- prayer. Rev. K. M. Roks Intro of the University of FlorIda
election to be held June 5th Jacksonville; member of
islbillty to public trust. 1928 follows Committee Group No.2, Lois ,K.. For county commissioner, Diet. 1: ida. The item was recommendedby duced Rev. R. S. Carleton who who 'jellverolill wonderful address
as :
Hathaway spoke of the lad acola. Drew Reddish. the Bureau of Fisheries and Included took as the basis of his nplundld oil the subject of "Func
The board adjourned to meet Mayes Tanner Pen
animation and slow progress on in Second For county commissioner, Dlst. 2: in the bill by the committee sermon the following quotation tions of Public Education': ," whlcU
1928. Representative congress
made on the road system olte May 9th District R. A. J. G. Crews. but opposition developed from the eighth I'milm: "''''hen 1 I he divided Into the following sections -

under the old administra- O. WH ALDERMAN. Clerk. Congressional H. M. McKne. against It on the floor of the house. consider I the heavens, the work of :

that he was appointed bj; NEW BUYKR; HANDLING PRO Green, Starke.of state, II.' Clay For 'county coVnmtaslouer, Dlst. 3: Through the efforts of Judge Lhy IliiKfrs/: the moon and the First Developing the Intellectual \

nor Martin for the purpose DUCK Crawford Secretary Tallahassee. J. L. Underhill Green the Item was retained In the stars whlrhthou hast nrdalnoj ; I' being Acquire knowledge
aging order out of the con- II. Davis C. C. Crosby. bill. what Is man; that thou art mindful 'for hnowledne's sake and also( aaun

existing there and to see F. M. Sanderson produce buyer, Attorney General, Fred For county commissioner, Diet 4: of hint and the son of man, aid In living.

people of the state were who will make Starke his headquarters Talfaha see. 0. W Illnaon. ANMJU.NCES; FOR COMMISSION. hat than vlnltcal him? For' Iliou Second. Developing\ the physical
State treasurer, John C. Luning,,
Improved roads as fast ae has made a good start in Tallahassee. For county commissioner' Dlst. 6: Kit hast male him a little lower than being as athletics are necessary .

es and contractors could putting Starke on the map as a Superintendent of public instruction L. R. Gainey. i I the angels, and hast crowned him to develop a strong body.

them In the two and one- shipping point for strawberries and WT S. Cawthon, Talla R. T. Osteen. C. C. Crosby announces his candidacy with glory and honor." Third. Developing the political

ears he has headed the statelepiirtment truck. During the latter part of: [ hassee. For school board, Dlst.. 1 : In this issue for county Dr. II, A. Tucker closed the eve I being bocuuao social obligationsare

Florida has built the strawberry season Mr. Sand Justice of the supreme court, J. T. Moore, commissioner, District 3, Starke ning service with a touching bene becoming more and more Important

hard surfaced roads on then erson shipped eight solid cars of I Group No. 1, L. W. Strum Jack 'For school board Dl lt. 2 : south, against. J. L. Underhill, the diction. ', also co-operative community

: laid out by the legislature,, berries by freight and over 400 sonville. H. D. May. present incumbent, who Is askingfor Monday evening the school pre- work, state, national and

any state in the union. freezers by express. In spite of Justice of the supreme court,, For school board Diet. 3: re-election.' sented "The Gypsy Rover," an elaborate Inter-national relations
road 28 load A. B. Surrency.For II musical comedy In three creative
reference to the short bean crop he moved one Group No. 2 Armstead Brown Mi' Fourth, Developing '
am Lake City to Bunnell Dr., car by freight and had heavy express ami. bond trustee, Dial. 1: I .MOTHER'S nAY WAS OliHEitVEI acts, under the direction of Mrs work Some .one asked Edison 1f

[away stated that he had shipments dally, and could L. U. Hill. ) 1IEKU S.UNU.\Y A, E. Wall and Miss Myrwin Jackson he worked by inspiration and he

ed l his co-operation to the have handled several cars weeklyIt Adjutant general, J. Clifford R.. For bond trustee, Dlst. 2: with Mrs F. H. Long as accompanist. replied that he worked by "Per-

completion of this road at the beans could have been se Foster, St. Augustine.State E. S. Matthews.For The second Sunday In May which The operetta was plratlnn." Here Dean Matherly

eetlng held in Lake Butler,, cured. Mr. Sanderson stated that chemist, R. E. Rose, Tal-' bond trustee, Diet 3: Is known throughout the country faultlessly carried out and reflects paid a beautiful tribute to Dr.

hat he had yet to fall down he has an acre of beans now com- lahassee. J, II. Rltch. as.Mother's, Day, was fittingly Ob- great credit on the ability of the Murphree and said that bis great

la pledged word. "Road 28he ing In, while the balance of the The following have apparently For bond trustee, Dlst. 4: nerved here Sunday. when local erformers an';* the talent of Mrs. creative work was shown in developing -

> hardsurfaced Just as soon state is practically stripped. Ills been nominated by the Democratic 'A. A. Durden. pastors took as their subject Wall and Miss Jackson. The most the University of Florida.

[e grade Is ready to receive It," purchases over the thirty-day period party for appointment by the governor For bond trustee, Dlst. 5: Mother and the Home as themes mportant characters In the operetta Fifth. Developing the iplrltual

eaker stated, adding that the he has been buying here as they had no opposition. R. A. Weeks. for their sermons. t were represented by Extelle being. "There Is a chamber In the ,.

was nearing completion at amounts to over 20000. Circuit Judge,' first judicial circuit For Justice of peace, Dlst., 1: Rev. G. P. Raymond of the First Kendrick, Ruth Sternberg Wlllam human heart which God alone can

resent time. Mr. Sanderson stated that he< is composed of the counties of A. H. Harley. Baptist church gave a splendid address Duncan, Elmer McMillan\ Nolan Jill."

road system of the state still well pleased with Starke and that Walton, Santa Rosa Eseambia and For constable, Dist. 1: on '"Motherhood" In all Usphades Canova, Elizabeth Andrews, Joseph A sextette, composed of Misses

,000 miles ot roads to be con- he has stelled on this location as Okaloosa A. G. Campbell, De- J. H. Lowery. which was well received by Mal pas, Paul Knight, Pearl Ethel Griffin, Florence Gill, Pearl

ted under the first preferen- his headquarters and that he ex- Funlak Springs. I For constable, Diet 2: the large audience. The choir gave Irlffls, Murrah Rooks, Junior Meonald Orims/ Lena Belle SheparJ, Tuel-

1st, !900) miles In the second, pects his volume of business to Circuit Judge, second Judicial Hans Austin. peclaj, music, among the special ) and Melvin Futch, with a ma Andruu and Sunshine Hundley,

,000 additional miles to come show a heavy increase in the yearsto circuit Franklin, Liberty, Gads- Albert Jennings. numbers were two solos, "Little host of other high school students presented two beautiful numbers.

the main roads under the come. Ills connection with rep- den, Wakulla, Jefferson and Leon Jacob J. Johns.J. Mother" and "Mother" which were and from the various grades. The H. B. Wiggins, superintendent

a: ond list are complete. utable houses assures growers of counties: E. C. Love Quincy. I A. Morgan.AniHTIONAL rendered by Mesdames M. C. Stith ending parts were taken by Nolan of public instruction of Bradford

oth "alts and Carlton are ad- the returns due them on shipmentsof Circuit Judge, fourth circuit -.5 KEGISTHATIONS and J. Shannon Butler. Canova, as Rob, the gypsy rover, ounty, presented certificates of
Ing diversion of the gasoline fruits and produce. Group No.1, Clay Nassau, Duval -- "A Mother's Throne" was the and, ElIzabeth Andrews ns Lady promotion from the eighth gradeto

Ion: to other purposes, and counties: George Cooper Gibbs I given out Thursday subject chosen by Rev. K. M. Constance, and each sang Hivl acted the high school to the following

diversion would destroy the im.\I>KOItI>'8 VOTING rack onvllle. 1 morning Figures showed a total of 1784 Hooks of the Methodist church and their difficult parts to p rfec- named pupils: Ethollu White,

road department." Mr. Hath- STRENGTH Circuit Judge, fourth Judicial the registration books of Her. Rooks closed his address with ion Elolse: Hitch, Melba Silcox: John

said )In setting forth his as- circuit; Group No. 2, Clay Nassau names on and of this number the urge to harbor a greater respect An excellent orchestra furnlah- James Rooks, Ralph Cox, Lester
In i> that the extension or corn- Precinct No. 1 308 and Duval counties, DeWitt T. qualified to vote In the June and devotion not only for ed music throughout the evening, Price Robinson Daisy Tompkins
on of the road system as out Precinct No.2 558 Gray, Jacksonville. 328 voters now on the our Mother's but all Mothers. Special the orchestra being composed of Victor Thomas, Elizabeth Towle

I by the t glslature, was vital Precinct No. 3 __.------- 382 Circuit Judge Group No. 1. Pl- primary.must their poll tax before music also featured this ser ifrs. George C. White, Miss Gussle Martha Grlffls, Clyde Morgan, Ida

o development of the state. It Precinct No. 4 49 nellas and Pasco counties John' books pay night, else they will Mae Bennett, Mills Alice Fernanlez Mae Conner. Beverly Cady, Cleo

''d, his- policy would be to Precinct No. 6 127 U. Bird Clearwater. Saturday election See 'Ice.At Owen Griffin Nolan Cuaova; Shepard{ Louise ttJward, Jennie

the road department build all Precinct No. 6 65 Circuit Judge, eighth Judicial not participate in the and find out If the Presbyterian and St. )r.. violins; Nolan Canova. Jr., Maud Crosby, Elizabeth Williams,

"e roads relieving the coun- Precinct No. 7 67 circuit, Alachua, Levy arty GH- your tax collector Mark's Episcopal church the pastors Cleo Shepard, Merrill Futcb, saxophones J. R. Kelly, Evelyn Stujip JlaSponholtz.

'>f the necessity of further Precinct No. 8 202 christ counties A. V. Long Gaines- you are eligible. also gave splendid addresses ; Mrs F. It. Long, piano Georglnna Pender

y Issues for roads, and for the ville. In keeping with the day and special \ pleasing feature was the enter- Hhada Zeigler, Merrill Williams,

{rtment to take over all des Is.'I Total ____________1738 Circuit Judge, twelfth Judicial Geo. W. Walker Tallahassee. music was also a feature of alnmerit between acts-girls from Billy Parker, Bob Frank, Ben

'1 highways built by counties, 1 circuit Glades, Collier Hendry, State attorney, third .Judicialcircuit. the services. the seventh and eighth grades cos- Sternborg. Charles Fields, Comer

wing the taxpayers of the and his platform Lee and Charlotte counties, Geo. Hamilton, Dixie Taylor, Flowers were provided for each umed in green organdie, giving a "idwards, Edna Hutto. This Is the

>lea and districts ot the tax forma responsibility into law will mean progress W. Whltehurst, Fort Myers. Madison Columbia. Suwanrfen, person as they entered the dlffer- harming number, and Miss Alice largest class that has ever been

,,: 'n ace. This policy can translated and prosperity.In Circuit Judge, BI.deentljudicIal and Lafayette, J. R. Kelley, Madi ant churches, the colored blooms Fernandez playing a lovely violin promoted to the high school, and .

rrled out without the asscess- circuit, Sumter and Lake counties, son. outnumbering the 'white ones the teacher, Mrs. Bynum Perkins

j of any additional( taxes: or In- dealing with the question of J. C. B. Koonce, Tarares. State attorney,' fourth Judicial flags were on display throughout olo.The proceeds of the operetta leserves great credit for preparing

Ing the tax on gasoline. >ax reduction, Dr. Hathaway would do Circuit Judge*seventeenth Judlial circuit Clay .Nassau. and Duval, the main part of.town. mounted to 237.00, admission the pupils so well. ,

,r. Hathaway spoke on theM frankly stated that he. circuit Osceola and Orange Charles M. Durrance. Jacksonville.State eceipts being 200.00 and $37.00 Supt. Wiggins also delivered the .;
of education In Florida, .say-' the best possible for the bill ountles, Frank A. Smith, Orlano. I attorney, sixteenth Judicial : for advertising on the program. llplomas to the graduating class, "

the the sledging his veto for any pro- Sumter and Lake counties, defray Lois Mary Galney, Mattle
nation depended upon unlesst circuit: State of Florida vs Nathan Car- 'his money will be used to namely: ,
Wlon ""f IB children and he 'tiding: a tax on the people the Circuit Judge, twenty-first Ju- J.r W. Hunter Tavares, Plead expenses of the commencement Norman, Jessie William., Reba '

Id lend h, efforts In securing carried a clause allowing Ilcial circuit Indian River, St..Lu- State attorney.. tw ut.y-flrst circuit "sr, larceny of automobile. such as paying the speaker Maxwell MaryLee Wynn, Gwend '

f..r term >f school In the rural taxpayers to vote on Its acceptanceor dlstrlbut- cle, Okeechobee and Martin-conn-, ; Indian River St. Lade, Ok.ee- DOt.State,cullty of; found Florida guilty vs Sam by Jury Gent, for Tuesday evening, printing pro- lyn Ella Launt, Melvin Fntch. :.

r lets ..f t ,. state; He dealt rejection. Literature carried Mr. ties, Elwyn Thomas Ft. Pierce. cbobee: and Martin counties, Angus iggravated assault. Plead guilty; rams, etc., also to pay for books Principal S. S. Dowling who has

with the problems facing the d a' the meeting Cariton's Circuit Judge, twenty-third' judIcIal Sumner, Fort Pierce. 100 and costs nine month for the library and athletic pur- taught In the B. H. B. for twelve
>ers, fruit growers and truck- Hathftway's answers to circuit. Seminole and Bre- The following state senators for oses. rears, has labored most earnestly
and mismanagement State of Florida vs Gam Gent,
' "f the at. o in transportation 'barges:! of wastes ard.. W. V. Wright, Sanford. two or more counties are apparently dwelling. Tuesday evening Dean Matherly, to Incite the pupils to high class
department hooting Into occupied
n the state road twenty-fourth JudIcial nominated for the general election and of the pupils and
marketing. their" products. / Carltoa from Circuit judge, Moll on motion of state. of the University of Florida, de- work many
i '. eliminated and Hernano of no opposition. prosse themselves as most
tad because
h Citrus.
thc: ? i wo problems solved for circuit, Mitchell vered the commencement address sirens express
the race State of Florida vs Henry
Kreat-nt' gamble la farmingId hero, saying was between ebatotles' Fred L. Stringer Third senatorial district, Walton alias Buber Clark assault with to a large and appreclaUaud- heartilY commending his splendid
he overnorshlp and Holmes counties Ray Neel Mr. Cowling has been as-
bt- eliminated. The re- rook vlll. "Ftnlsh- fforts.
The class motto
Ha express Intent to murder. Found not cuty. -
der lath, way and Judge, twenty-fifth Jndi- Westvllle. listed by a faculty of faithful
of Dr. Hathaway" platii ,' would bathe Circuit !PJ, yet B glnnlng,' In cold letters
redaction d W). 'b9U.f that >e .rat tlrcuft.'St. Johns yiagler and Fifteenth senatorial district, toachers! and the term Just closed
with: .tax ; JTlorMa. basing State of Florida vs Roy Norman, ras placed at the back of the stag
location dtthegimeinafi4n; t@ t' I rfMnor Dl Putnam counties George,W. Jackion. Bradford and Union counties, Everett marks another year of success for
,, Easter
basket of whit
break- while large !
< Johns John '
Lynn ,
eir- I (Cfstet/ that ,pestormance'Countitw ) ..Bt.-Augu.tlne. M. Johns, Starke.Thlrtyftrlt. Dayton this',ichool which celebrated Its
i. the. 1 .
reclamation.-_ ,, jE voters. sad that they tig and entering. Layton Johns lilies and golden coreopsis t
d the lecon1udlclalcircuit senatorial district, annual commence
wered State *attorney, thirty-third
e e and it w enforcement the' rnamented the stag.'
Norman. Lynn
t TOW for a man "stet aas Liberty Gads- St. Johns and Flagler counties A. found guilty; Roy '
the woul Franklin. ment.
for lack of time by the a lohns not guilty The exercises 'were opened by a ..
tee, aiding that his record of est .C' restsof en, Wakulla. Jefferson and Leon M. Taylor St. Augustine.

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. force exIsting law; but a governor here is now producing rolet building ; '
.' State-Wide Beautification i I who ia both bold and unscrup- Her body was laid to rest Monday be out again. Jacksonville--Lower floor ,of Orange Avenu. "I" unl, 'L' .'
rou iLiTll.lll'.1YEDITOR J Is to arrogate to himself afternoon In the Evergreen Don't forget service at Deaden
: of Florida's Highways ulous apt Cox apartments at Riverside and Mt. Dora '1'I ,']b .
. I many: prerogatives that he i Is cemetery, where a large host of Saturday and Sunday, by the pas- Lackawanna avenue to be remodeled now been .Nxi .I"", ''..
I Lately not entitled to, shu t his eyes friends and relatives gathered to tor. Everybody invited. Into store at coat of 25000. nor. "l "''nDon't
TELKOnAPH- tbelr last respcts to one who .
against abuses and remove officer pay --
\ "n - will long be
I anxious:! to enforce the laws; therefore -
of Kobornalorlal canii the lawless element looks vices were conducted at the grave
I ,Lot, 1'H, that "Ilarney Google and hopefully to Cain' election. by her pastor. Rev L. A. Donnelly. I II

f> MdikpliiK"' may yet be heard An has often been remarked, the 4.. )...... .......... I I Ii
I n, .m Why didn't you Include S 0
gubernatorial race Is between Dr. Safe
k. "Mr. .TlKKH'!: For some of the set IJathl\wayand Mr. Catts. None of .* ZIFF *. i Gamble Play tcith: ,!

..1)ilaiv: iindl.lateB would no the other candidates has the ghost Miss Opal Lewis! COT .
rl.. uhi. do hotter! with a plate of .
.'nel1 bei-f anti cabbage at "Din of a chance of being elected. Hut ........................ (
If the votes are scattered out CHEAP STANDARD'IIEN "'
iMooro'H than -with the with
plae among them all we may have an- !Mr. Pervla Lewis of Jackson-
I 'iiii-nnitnrlal. Hceplre at Tallahas- other four years of Calls. Florida villa spent last week here wllli I I
.t'! Why have they entered the cannot afford to have a monkey his parents, Mr. and. Mrs. J. W. ; {
: 'IMII I wlimi they" cannot' help but Lewis. j jMr. MOTOR
wrench thrown into her progress
i I knew !that MUPCBM Is out of their Oil- \ 01STOD
machinery which now runs very and Mrs. Andrew Griflls ;
In ii II" smoothly. Therefore vote for Mrs. D. L. Shaw, all of Starke
'. 'I t 11... iindldatttB all show up the Hathaway, and then we will have spent Friday morning here.

: nruui i ,, or Imaginary uliort-eorn a governor who is a help not a John Shaw of Lacrosse was In + s
: IIIKH: of Dr. Hathaway. They do hindrance to progress our section Saturday afternoon.
not! consider: that building/ a long It. E. L,, We are sorry that little Journay
modern road In a thorough manner __
Shaw Is very ill here with pneu-
In quite '.llflVrent to the build- ..................... monia. Wo hope he will soon re- Ie t
'in ing of a filling illation So many ;
KVKUORKKNMn. : : cover.J.
i exigencies: are bound to come up y
F. A. Roller Cor.) ', B. Thomas and son, R. B.. q
...-.....- till original estimates of cost are .
.' exceeded; waste Is Inseparable ........................ were business visitors to Starke t 0
J. D. ItAlinrn .
Saturday.Mr. i iS
r. from road building, railroad management -
OCALA I la.-Tlio state-wldo beau- I, / and war Dr. Hathaway Evergreen, May 11.-Mr. an;! W. H. Shaw of Gainesville,
Mrs. R E Lee and baby, Mr. and
; tlflcatlon of Florida' highways will here of 0S
IIIIH been "up against It, and the was Saturday on account !
be dlacusHed at the next meeting of Mrs Jess Saunders and baby of
the serious Illness of his little
wonder Is how, with so many
t the Florida State AsuocUtlon of Clay county spent the weekendhere .
' at roads under construction, he has son, Journay.Mr. S
Boards of County Commissioners with Mesdames Lee andSaunder's
Ocala. June 27-23 been able to bring each unit toiiiccesjfuj Malcolm Hunter of Hough,
Mr. and Mrs
r As the boards of county commissioner } termination. He ban C. A. Pringle.parents spent Tuesday here with relatives.Mr. i il
: throughout Florida expend a certainly shown executive abilityof and Mrs. R. B. Thomas were
'. total of many millions In road developments a much higher order than Isrequired Dr. O.V.. Brown of Lawtey visitors to Hough to the bedside of
and since good roads In from even' a Kov'ernor was a professional visitors to Evergreen their little niece Oenett Opal Hunter 4
oly county must be built In the relation One of the stock complaints early Sunday morning.Mr. who passed away Thursday at
to connecting roads to serve pub-
lie best, any action taken by these against him Is that he ban not always and Mrs. A. I). Rosier spent 3 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Hunter O
powerful units In Florida's progress awarded contracts to the low- he; week-end here with Mrs. Hester have many friends throughout
will be of great Importanco to the est bidders. In this he ban simply Supp.! this section who sympathize with
counties and to the state, shown wisdom, learned front harrowing them In the loss of their little ,
Among other road subjects; to be experience for the lowest Miss Emma McPherson and MrTrniller daughter; << 0 P ,, t tr <
dlscuiued are the distribution of part of Maxville, were the r
bidders seldom Miss( Mary Mott of Drooker spent '
are responsiblemen
of the Rosollne tax to the several guests of Mrs. Hester Sapp Sunday. :
counties for retiring bonds, etc., and ; the best bidder is he who has tiff May 11.-Dr. E. L. Biggs, : $s
the patrolling and maintaining( of the (capital the machinery end the Mrs. Laura Grim, of Starke was a business visitor _ _ _
I county roads. gumption to complete his contractIn Our community was saddened here Sunday T1DADe J
The association was formed at a time and so.tlHflLctorlly-but he early Sunday morning, when it the week-end here with her sister,
meeting of sixty-nine commiSHloners may not be the lowest, was learned of the sudden death of Mrs C. S. Kelley.
, at St. Augustine March 14. It Is the ,
of The secondary candidates are Mrs Laura Oriflls at the home of Mr. J. W. Lewis and son Ferris '
1 first organization of boards county
commissioners In Florida for united avowedly against Cntta--so much her son, Mr. Edd Griffla. were business visitors to Waldo \
' action and the consideration of their so, in fact till it almost looks as Mrs Gildls was noted for her Thursday and Friday. you

many mutual problems. though they had been Induced by kind loving disposition and her II H. Howard and Harris Fowler with cheap oil, the odds are "STANDARDMOTOR OIL is refined
Photo shows Mr. J. D. Rahnor. Calls or the Cults Interests to friends were numbered by her ac- attended the funeral of Mr. gamble

president of trie new association, and run, and thus spilt up the votesIn quaintances. She was a kind atfeclionute'mother'and )loward'a little niece, Genett Opal all against you. You stake a valuable up to u standard-mjt! down_ _to .a!!. price!:
chairman or the board of county com-
order to him elected Mr. a generousand Hunter at
get Hough Friday.
mlsvloneM of St. Johns County few difference It is the most popular motor, oil xherin
_. Calls ha openly wild that he depends useful neighbor. She will ever W. J, Johns of Starke is spending motor against a pennies

I St. Augustine--St. Johns county upon the gamblers and the be missed in our community and several weeks here with his price. The pennies you save may later ever it is sold, because motorists KNOW
vj completing road and bridge cons bootleggers to elect him. IJy ever other places where she was laughter, Mrs. J. W Lewis.
F structloa program representing holding up to view Calls' friend known. She was united in mar- Messrs. R. L.. and Ressle Thomas go out as dollars on repair bills that a from experience that it gives them Ibo

' expenditure of over $2,000,000. Uncut to these elements they may riage to Mr. John Grlffls in the of Starke, spent Sunday here best value.
oil would have prevented lubricating
intend to convert the gamblersand earlY seventies: to this union were with L. O. and Jqhnnie Lewis. good motor
i, Dunnellon-New machinery Installed bootleggers not yet In the fold, born nine children of whom all Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Dyal of Graham -
In plant of Ltuuuellon Ice or potential ones, to support him, are living and for a number of spent Sunday last here with Every lime;you buy; a gallon ofgaioline-'

W Company, and with their votes and those years she, has been a member of relatives and friends.
t;: High. Springs--Work started on cast for their boas In Rood faith the Evergreen Baptist church. She Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and j ,youpay5VocpergallonFlorida; State and Intpection Tax

:k:, laying new sidewalk extension by decent but misguided: men, leaves to mourn her loss besides a son Mrs. Pervls and Mr. W. Jr
t f from 1st avenue to railroad on help elect him governor. The tirades host of friends and a number of Johns, spent Saturday in Starke
1 i both sides of 1st street flunK against Mr. Calls, do tep-chlldren, five sons Willie with Mr.\ and Mrs. Mallory Thomas. -
not hurt him a particle, for even Odd, Nathan, Raymond and Drook STANDARD COMPANY
: Fort Pierce-Contract let for his worst enemies have never accused rlffls, ; and four daughters Mesdames Fred Shaw of Lacrosse Is spending -
dredging ship channel and turning ( him of being "thin-skinned." Lulu Wilkinson, Frtmcls J a while with his grand-parents,
basin of local port to depth of 22 It Is true that n governor can- Starling, Georgia Griflls and }<'IorJ J Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas. INCORPORATED IN KENTUCKY

d: \ feet not make laws or refuse to en- Ida Wilkinson; a number of grand- We are glad to report that Mrs |

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A T yp c.al Carlton Mis-Statel11ent


The county commissioners of DeSoto courlty have nailed another of the many misleading statements being placed in

[i circulation by Doyle E. Carlton, candidate for governor, branding the statements as being untrue and an attempt to deceive

:;', the public." The: statement made by Mr. Carlton and widely disseminated over the state by circulars and newspapers friendly -

J'' to the candidate, gives the impression that the state road department spent a total of 131260.15 for the construction of and

';. maintenance for 15 months 'of a 2 1-2 mile piece of concrete road in DeSoto county. This amount was used in rebuilding,

i, widening, building concrete bridges, etc., on stretch of road over 18 miles in length, and this was set out in a resolution pass-

:. ed by the board in regular session and the facts given the state press. Read the f owing resolution :


Arcadia >lorida? May 10, 1928 .
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t. The Miami Herald -. ''':" ;';" .
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K Miami Florida., t '1 -!, '
i' You are advised that in reference to a statement in the Miami Daily News and Tampa';.",\\0:;

Tribune stating that two and one-half miles of concrete road was built west of Arcadia at ;,;' :)

: a cost of $53,266.32 and that that the maintenance of this road for 15 months was $77,993.83 \;:':

in to ourselves DeSoto county and the State Road Department t ;
r, wish to advise that Justice : <>; ,

tt't.. this statement is misleading and untrue. The state has not constructed any road or roads .1 .

west of Arcadia for two and one-half miles as indicated. .:;:

r During the war, as a war measure two and one-half miles of concrete road 'nine f'eet. ,' ,: .t ;,

, wide was built east of Arcadia and leading to Dorr aviation :field now part of road No.. 18 ,:': : !" :
,' and an additional nine and two tenths miles of brick highway of the same .width. W. t, .

' During the 15 months period referred to .above the State Road Department has widened > _' ?:: f "; : \

the entire 11.7 miles of road No. 18 from nine' to 18 feet widened the grade from 24 to '. .' ; "'::'r\:; .J.,"_'

( 30 feet oonstructed the necessary ditches and built six bridges of concrete and treated:, "'. ., .: ,:" '\ ,:./, ,

,,' timber, and in addition and under the same project Carlstrom Field road was widened from : .; "t.If; j .';

, nine to 18 feet for a distance of six and one-half miles. fjf'jJ;;', .

r, Therefore you can see that the money expended was not solely for upkeep as the News' :tt\I\!; :"

; I and Tribune would have you believe but for upkeep and construction set out above. So.'I: \\' : ":f'
(. we do not hesitate branding the editorials as being untrue and an attempt to 'deceive the.. {'l;i '. ," I

k public. .f!!. .
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>y> ," Yours very truly, .t ." '

l' V Board of County Commissioners DeSoto county, .. I

:.', ( Copy) By C. E. McRae Chairman. I I


;( Political enemies of Mr. Hathaway! ., recognizing i in him the leading candidate for,governor, are stooping to every, form I

of deceit and misrepresentation in:an effort to stop the tide of votes sweeping to Hathaway. Hathaway's public life is an open I If'

f' book and following failure to uncover anything to mar his record, his enemies are resorting to misrepresentation. '


Paid Political Advertisement. _

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and relatives here Saturday. IlKAllKOHIt C'OUXTV
I !Mrs. Ira Wilson and Misses Ina I GK.\rii "1I>K.\L FASHIONS"
News Florida in Short Paragraph Cosy Mountain Cabins High Up in Canada's Alps "' Boyd Lula and Edna lII'Jlnneyanl : IIY

: Joan !ndlo! Hamilton
9 ________n !Mr. Roy McKinney wore visitors -
here Kuuday.Mr .
and !Mrs J. 11 Popped and I

State NewsTOLD daughter Miss Ruby Mass and Mr.
ive esAe
I I fMero.Lr A Q r 06tH tAG K. H. Poppell of Gainesville attended

l'WIMfAN3Y church here Sunday.

Miss Jewell Winning and !Mr.

Guy Andrews. who have been at- I

BY OUR EXCHANGES ''t tendIng school In Starke spent the

.dA week-cud nt their homes.HAMPTON.

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,al<' of the Quit Coast Chlpley] -"Do the people ofFlorida \
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tiiiuinv to the Tamlaml think that a man could : J \

,'If !Fort Myers, for a have risen to where Hathaway is .. ftllM" AllH Mniliio. ('..r. .
(II( .
j 1'l.(, .1,'red i ,to. be In excess of today and still be the man that op .......................

war announced Satur- ponents have been and are still .1
I III1IUIlnu.lay!\ 18.---The revivalservices
Hri Winston, general man- picturing him to be?" This ques- I
at the !Methodist church
\ ,I -IH purchasing: company. tion was put to the citizens of
dosed last
Sunday evening
DeFunlak Springs, Greenvllle were conducted by pastor Rev
4' anglers from Chipley by State Senator Edgar I
,in! Tarpon Clarke of Wuldo and was a mark
\ ht ,.>nlir* nation have been \Vaybrlght in his refutation of ed success' and the greatest revival -

Tt!' tI ,10 airend the tarpon tour- the charges against Dr. Hathaway and here too. fishing can be had. of religion, that has been U
staged In Stuart and the State Road Departmentand r Radium Hot
'10 Jt t II' IH Springs Bungalow Camp conducted In our town for several
\ jn,, II through June 23, his outline of Dr. Hathaway 10 the most distinctive fox it lie* in yen re. .

i (rht lunplces of the Martin as an educator and road builder turrcundiiifpi of exotic beauty under
Walton League and such as, he declared Florida needs the giant clUb known aj the Iron !Mrs F. Al. Taylor) vlsitnd! her

it\\1.,,v IzaiiK Men's Association. for the next four years in the Gov.ernor's Gates' where colors vie for supreiniry mother, !Mrs. Orlllla of Starke last
Basin-i" It is Bttuated
on n knoll
Saturday amt
e chair.
!Sinclair' Creek and the hot eprtnpa L. L. llodeubiiugli and family, -
The Suwannee Flow- This bungalow camp tike/ all th*
Oak i
re of Jacksonvlllo
were of
)-ii-S held In Live Oak "Tallahassee-Building and loan others eonmita of a largo main oulld-
oW Mr. jast '
) liedenbatigh's father
inS constructed of Sunday -
associations of Florida had nearly < log in which u
and evening
afternoon ,
jay '
the and
dining :
lounging room with
$40,000,000 in assets at the closeof
[ a great success
pronounced open fireplace The canine are scattered -
'+ ie hundreds of visitors who 1927. This is revealed in fig in the Adjacent pines !Mrs. C. L. !May entertained the

+ fed through the aisles] of the ures Just announced by Comptroller Lake WIndermere Bungalow' Camp! Sewing Circle at her home lust

i 0001 admiring the display of Ernest Amos. Is in the beautiful pastors) vnllrj at Tuesday evening. A delightfulhour

Ims and plants. the Colutnoin river Itf\ Quilt in was spent and much Interest

Melbourne] -C. R. Johnson andR. the shore of thi warm body ot "atcrwhich taken In fancy work. The out of
KlTord! excellent Datl'll' l '
C. : town guests were Miss irate Wood
Dancy with
helpers have
tlando Taxation reform willre Motor rond In this district: lead IOU 3020
and !Mrs. Edna Hurt of Starke. At
the quarterly business ses- been busy on the school grounds Many tourists In the Canadian one room others with two room. and no almost virgin country

of tht board of governors. since the closing of the elementary Rockies prefer to leave every semblance bath. They have verandahs end a I I riiere are dpligmful bung'tow tho (conclusion cake and hot chdc-

iijilttet" heads and Individualhers schools, Improving the lawn and of city life behind: them. onrt fireplace or stove. for cool evening. cninp also at interval nmna the elate was served abundantly.' The Draped Jabot

: putting in additional shrubs, grass for thv reason bungalow camp. are An open fireplace with crackling log. Kicking Horse Trail Waota tfunea- !Mr.\ and !Mrs.\ W. O. Bennett, who
the Florida Fashion decrees
of Assoclat nothing omarter
and flowers. Mr. chosen instead: of large hotels Who and pungent odor of pine I Is one or low Camp cotta oe tenupn the ouc have been In 01'1111tor several
Real Estate Boards, to be Dancy accompanied ha not dreamed of a mountain cabin the JoYs of mountain Ufa. What of the Canadian RocKiea. for the pant weeks, have returned to their for tho nw season than the Jabot
by Prof. P. L. Peaden visited a delightful detail of a more feminine
Orlando Friday May 18 for those who do troll ro lKr,
at nestling among the spruce and: pine greater Inspiration oenuiinil 0 tiara tendsfrom home here.
as announced here at headers Henry Merrill's place on MerrlttIsland on the shore of a lake or beside I. creative work Wnptn MHO and tra-i* oil, Mr. Bennett Is assistant mode Quite simple In design,
of the organization. No- ] during the week and the murmuring itream This the sojourner The first camp on the Dinff-Wn-! motor roads radiate in many :Tree signal maintainer here, and they the right side of the bodice overlaps -
these dermero motor read West ii> tlons YohC Bunaalow will be permanently located In our the left cascading Into a Jabot
school Is Indebted to Mr. Merrillfor can have when in great pning / Camp in tnt
to that effect have been sento held In plACe with at th
the quantities of hibiscus, sal Alps of Canada. for all the bungalowcamps Castle Mountain: ncer two laic% which valley of trill' name oils' .Ise l little town. a pin *
local neck. Tbe skirt the
[ the fifty-five real provide Just
es- on the Benf-Windermer are well stocked wil'i trout. Th eab'na ecnttrrpd around the oia'.n
mons, oleanders, aloes, scalyphas] Loreuo and Herbert Thomas ot correct amount of fulnooo with Inverted
boards of Florida. Highway and the Kicking Horse trail second Is Vermilion River Camo. :,1miles camp winch is opposite majestic -
sanaaveras which he contributed.- I Valdosta, Oa, visited their grandparents pleats in front and aide.
from : In
and those in the Yoho Valley and at 2aniT. Booten r NoJ TcKakkaw I Falls the roar ot which
Lake* O'Hara V; ... ca:>t+... ,,OTI<. nrr.f- J r.nal Farle :\. 13 la :a v'-!"" tfrf I !l-.ilt on<- tc re t.'"' slrt, I Mr. and !Mrs O. Haynea The back Is plain and the frock U
( Augustine-AccordIng to re- last Sunday belted at a much higher wolattlno.DoaiCTed .
Tampa-Cigarette smoking is ..4. ._ I
from the Hastlngs-Elkton In sties 19, 18 years, U.

$to district, approximately 31 ,- causing an increase in the num- Tallahassee-More than 1,800( ........................ gins, 1\1. L. Johns, B. F. Rentroes, Rev. Lewis preached at the Baptist U, 43 Inches bust Bl>o'lg ro-.
church last
1 ber of cases of cancer on the lips of Sunday morning. entree SM yardo 1ItDe1materia&,
teachin .
cars of potatoes have been applicants for certificates to Everette Renfroe, S. C. Crews, R.
women, Dr. Orel F. Martin, sur- NEW{ RIVERMiss !Mr. Arch Thomas of Starke, has Price ofpattern IS cents.
|ped and prices quoted: for No. the public schools of Florida) : : J. Turner Lawrence Wiggins, W.
been buslnesa visitor Make dresses at homo
geon In chief of the Massachusetts recently a your yxmfooott
verage $4 a barrel. The last were successful I nthe examination Essie Bapp. Cur J. Rutledge. Thererlo a chamndn __rt.
told the Florida ] here
( days have been ideal for dig- Osteopathic hospital of teachers held recently over the Messrs. Marshall and Kay: Prln- meat of fashion from which to
Association of Osteopathic of public .........v........ N.. Rev. and Mrs. Clarke of Waldo
] visitors
; and shipping. Many grower! state, the state department gle were to Hampton choose your nqulromoato I* our
I reporting exceptionally large Physicians and Surgeons at its instruction announced. A to- New River, May 18.-There will Beach Sunday, attended the Ladles I Missionary Society now JfmiUan Book, II oonto lie
( (ds, some running as high as annual convention here Saturday. were successful In the examination be Sunday school at Long Bridge Mrs. II. n.) Kerce of Lake,Butler, here last' Monday cell,.

, ity-flre! barrels to the acre, but and 1,584 white persons and 305 Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Everybody was visiting friends and relatives Rev Dixon of Jacksonville will A pattern for the above design

average yield to the acre is Sanford-A. K. Key, former vice negroeswere successful. AI Invited. here this week. preach at the Christian church

kind fifty to sixty barrels. president and cashier of the SemInole though a comparatively large num Mr. Merritt Is on the sick list next Sunday a. m. and p. m. will be sent prepaid on receipt of
Messrs. P. D. Crews and Ever-
county bank, Friday was sen- ber were successful more than 1- ette Renfroe were visiting In: Jack- this week, but we all hope he soon J. M. Nile and 1 family of Marl- fifteen cents In stumps or coin.

t allahassee---Costs for serving tenced to serve three years In RaI- 000 tailed to meet the requirements sonville Sunday. recovers. aunt, were visitors here lust Satur- Wrlto your name and address

:esses collected by constables ford prison by Judge DeWitt T. and were unsuccessful In( Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crews were Jay and Sunday. clearly give number and size of
Mr. M. L. Johns and little
iiittice of the peace courts must Gray on two separate Indictments the examination. Those marked; business visitors to Starke Mon- CharlesVeekll ot Jacksonville, pattern and address Pattern Department

: confined to within the con- charging misappropriations of "failed" numbered 659 whites and daughter Eloise, wore visiting In was the guest of his siNter, Mrs.
Lake Butler Friday. day.Mr. Bradford County Telegraph -
lea district regardless of fun'Js of the bank to which he 411 negroes. White persons to the and Mrs. M. L. Johns and Kllse" Sparkmnu thin week.

jrre the officer may go for such pleaded guilty. One year penalty number of 2,243 and 716 negroes Mrs. J. P. Hammock was visit little daughter Eloise were the ----.------ 243 West 17th St., New

'ice. Attorney General Fred It. was Imposed on one charge and a took the examination. Third grade) ing Lake Duller Monday. guests of Mr. Johns' sister, !Mrs \Daytona (lieacli Right of way York City.

'Is him advised Govenor !Martin two year sentence upon the other. certificates were authorized for Among those who were visiting N. G. Moody Sunday.Mr. to be secured for widening Atlantic :......................
272 whites and 131 negroes; second Starke Monday were: Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Deuzel Thomas ot Avenue from Main street to :

.- -- --. grade, 452 whites and 83 negroes J. L. Johns, Messrs. M. F. Wlg- Lake Butler, were visiting friends ]Komu: streets I: Rising :

; first grade 60 whites and; -- -- t ...."IM" Norman. Cur. :

I IO and 10 negroes one negro; primary; special, certificates 38 whites Quebec Welcomes S pring With Folksong' and Handicrafts .ee....ee..ee...e.e.e0 t

Ff 105 whites and 4 negroes and professional Rising, !May 18. -.lIrM.Y.. C.

s two whites and no ne -- Clemons and little son, were the

'''I'. guests of her daughter, Mrs. Ruby;

groes. e THE FAMOUS ClMONFAMILY Conner Sunday.

Miami More than 1,000 of Mr. Andrew Dorman and wife.

young men from all sections of the I 5 PINNERS I k. < I!I and son Alton, also] Mrs. LucyDavlH

state will assemble here May 18 4 1 I uuj son, Roy, of Sander on.

and 19 for the annual convention aof I were visiting Mrs. Davis' sister,

f v 1 III'III'I I of the Florida State Junior Cham- Mrs. H M McKuo here Sunday.
If : The event heralded
'I'' of Commerce.
: > I .her
I ; the most Important in the Mrs. Fonts of Jacksonville Is
( organization both 1 In I visiting her daughter, Mrs. II. I1.
history of the ,
) : the scope of the program and In 1A'H -

... of Its program and In the Misses Jeanette and Audrey Nor-
the scope
j .. .( attendance expected. mall were business visitor to !' -
latka, Friday.Mr. .
40. ..
, I Ii
,. .. Pensacola-ThIs port will embark and Mrs. Wheeler and son.

! J P' in the business of importing John were guests at the home of

: bananas with the expected arrival U. M. McRue Sunday.

: :.!: J."l: here Tuesday of a steamer from Mr. Lacy Edwards' of near

!:i ":,:: .' i iI Mexican ports with probably 20- F t; r Starke, was visiting at the home

> :. I 000 stems. The ship will work an f ot Mr. Tats Crosby Sunday. .:
I .. ..... prepared cars
,r array of specially ? Rev Raymond of Starke preached .
.'" : the fruit
: to
: ''i r are ready herSuirlay !
i a very Interesting sermon ,
It to .
: and then carry
: hold
the ship's afternoon

Here's Our the markets sections.of the. country in various x J. f : tJ. -I There will be preaching neat

e ; Sunday afternoon at three o'clockby
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Auburndale--Tbe desire of ship I.s /.. Mi Ie r. IMP 'I''I'I. Rev Taylor. .

have changes inculcated in 55 to ha
TRADEINProposition pers'to Lake Jovita- acres
Grower's Clearing
the Florida Citrus planted to strawberries next sea-
will not be "*"
House w Bon by 80 farmers here. ,
permitted by the United: States department .

of agriculture, growers --- = Kathleen-V12,000 bond Issue

Auburndale were told Saturaday; to be voted on for enlarging] school I
i of
by Morton L. Corey at the membership ilJ here. t
held here. '
sign-up tonight, like the others =i JtiE='t j pzp: *_ I TallahasseeFlorida from 1915 :
meeting = = -
i total of $85-
Are You On? throughout the ... to 1927 expended
being held II tnly ...,t / .fM4
construction ana maIn.
two-fold In tier U I. M/ 349,033 In
state this month, was members __......mm_______ f tenance of \Its roads and bridges.
signing up
nature; that of

you like to be ridin' pretty on I IHow'd I to the the clearing new association house plan and explained ol CHARJ..5'fARCIIANDIlJaHr) I Orange: Park will have 125,000uew ,'f
having 7R000ADOQKSa
WITH yToWIV school. Many new hplisea
new Goodyear Tires-full of the most to with such the growers details.as yet unfamiliar AT Qum under construction. I'

traction, safety, good looks and long, e Pensacola--$25,000. new stadt!

-3. C, Montford. I ILEASDAR4RACoVr6U4AT Ffum"Can JI nFi.ll.S < .,OWsn
low-cost tire mileage built into any Tallahassee I lum being constructed
living a few miles south ol QU66CI ,FESTIVAL J.M.r8ll.!., i.T. o.aE( P Dwto 4Co.Ny >

1 tires in the world? farmer to sell a load I Park.
city.attempted. Frontenao -
the the modern gospel ads gathered at the Chateau .
potatoes Untroubled by -- -
of Leon county grown sweet Gay, la, la, gay I It the rote or by the get-cultura- will hear folksongs in their n' -
of efficiency
Easy!JWe'11 He
recently. ,
in Thomasville form several folk ballad operu.orcbeatral
Thu pretty month of May overnight movement, tho French- pure
merchants)1 I choral composition
the and
suite IL1FFE
informed: by his. rugged, solitary Wm.
was bit
Canadian lone
all the mileage
just trade you that a license of $50 was reqaired' Although Spring come: late to Quebec way. tilling his fields and doing *. The latter two group will include -

value still left in your old tires for I of a Florida farmer to sell produce -. tr.. French-Canadian peasant' hi* chores to folkcongo partly created I the donated winner by E.of W.the Beatty 3.000 and la

In Georgia. Mr. Montford don not seem to b* vexed with ber and partly Inherited. Hi* wife and prizes of
GOOD. International Jury Watch Repairing -
full credit on our low price for amazed, knowing that his daughter dare these many years awarded by an Expert r
came home iard1D8e l. He doe not often say It. musician {
YEARS. i Georgia farmers and truck well that continued: their domestic weaving outstanding feature of Cb"e.r' I
the but ho understand quite and spinning to muslo no lees lovely Th '
watermelon I lo a 13thcentury ;
Festival at Quebec
many .
men brought Spring U UM a waoon than a ototo of nil treasury of mush w** first mad: ,
We make only a limited number of I II and peaches to thia city In season, loot at the Chateau rron- comic opera wrttton by the I
I to thehurt mind-a condition at the heart; *o public year Adam d. U Ball 14 J.ud.
do well to and flooded the markets that when th. May countryside become tense in Quebec at tbo. Canadian troubadour said to be tb.earlleet f
trades in a season so you'd and Robin *t Uanon
were Festival II
local aDd Handicraft:
of bolo Folksong
I' II a miracle of apple btoMonw combo opera In musical blvtory. -
take up this proposition now. not taxed a cent. Mr. Russell sail Blithely ringing of mesa Be U. where the local peasantry. and song showed their The UotropoUton Open Bouoo I

that it Is such a rank Injustice thu a full month ahead of nature folkoong and worksong tho older handicraft of hew York .lo supplying two of Ito

that he wants the Leon candidate; 1 1 for the roo of Quebec doe not bloom North America that still enjoyed a fiourUblng leading II1nc_ Loon Bother and
enacted a law to regulate 1 1 until June But hi* song lo non the of Canada Armand Tokatyon. a* well a* WUfrodPelletler
have .wanesThis
to less truce It nirvlveo la bio bears and vigorous to conduct the opera and
SUPREME SERVICE STATIONNo. such business. and on hi* Up beeau of three centime Festival u. now being staged a second Armando Agnlni to design: tbo: art-
from May 34 to My
New Smyrna Work nearly of French-Canadian aace*tr1. 28 time under In Quebec the direction of Dr. Marina ting and _cum... During the PotiTal's Hull Building
and three preceding centuries will be alive
McCullougb National eva dar Quebec
remodeling of the Victoria
completed who tro Barbeau I -
troubadour and Jongleur and Injtrumentallito.
building on Magnolia street. versed verr highway and byway of Museum and Harold Eut* o Key with noted folk to meal
Starke Florida Telegraph ] 2 Tampa--Western Union Old franc7 to scatter In hut and musical from all anew tho peroisteneo of foltsorj and ,
Company to erect new building palace the beauty of their music- Poclflo: fUJlwsy handicraft. Ii
Coated Btttoo
of the
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rAn" Jo'OtJU ..._. _. I _. l4l4Jarasura ,
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-. .. . .. liSt.. Petersburg where they bought Corpening has nothing to sell .the l mer. Mary an.1 St.McLaughlin George ,Sts.realto St Christian ElllUu7",
King 7:15:
farmers. p. m Mis m)>
which later became 1"1.
r- very Col. Fred B. Noble of Jacksonville Because he thought It wouH be Augustine, Florida. B-ll-,,. be the leader J 'L.n
valuable. MlM Davis was a worn
spoke to a large audience
: I.a..t I an of fine character and great use. Monday noon at the courthouse u uI in a good thing for the farmers seed WANTED-Two or three-room Evening ROl'Jn"l1, ,, .,' ,

fulnessnhe taught school In Indiana the Interest of Dr. Hathaway candidate around Starke to treat diseases their Dr. apartment for two adults, prefer Prayer me!>!tuti, II I'' e
and after coming to this'counlY for the prevention If 8p.m. 't
: ': I for governor. Mr. Noble sleeping porch and private bath

5cciely taught In the Rising, gave a outline of Mr. Hathaway'swork Corpeulng bought a barrel duster of year around must be reasonable!!! The exerntn',, ..., ,
Hampton and Starke schools. and turned It over to the use 711-Starke 5-18-3t Christian End,, '
in Duval county aa superintendent Reply Box .t\,",, x .
I There are numbers of people here of schools stating he could the public. He sells no seed nor held Monday ,it s "
dust for the treatment.As STRAYED OR STOLEN-Three: v ?",
who were her pupil and remember -
Phone speak of his!!! own knowledge on ac- Dr. Tuckni
2j; action by Dr. head of small cattle, 'mark Will i I. .,? '.,
her Instruction with pleasure.She count of his serving aa a memberof a result of this crop attend the Gen. nIl l .1 l '-

-- .- ..... I walt a member of the Chris- the board during the Hathaway Corpening many farmers' In the two splits in one ear and under Presbyterian lllllr.,,, .,.l"; ;',","",'''
tian chruch and taught in Sunday administration. Ills work chairman county have treated seed for the slope in the other. Suitable reward held at Tulsa ] '''t
as -
< ..'() ICK.I: HIIIII NN tea wore: Mesdames T. S. Williams !- school for many years; was also of the state road department first time this year, and a large offered. A. II. Green, will be In OKI, TI'I 1 ,
, Mr. and Mrs N. W. Dobbin L. A. Davis, K. L. Browne I lIeS"'I' ?] ,t".,
. an active member of the Woman's he stated, was matter of number have made use of the dus Starke, Fla. 5-18-tf days. ?' L" ,
a record t
' of 608 North Hoper avenue an J. S. Mnlpas Luther I
Powell T. J. excellent ex-
Christian Temperance Union, and ter. This case an
that could
f not be
of theldaugMiT. successfully attacked ALL PERSONS Are warned under .
the N. T.
flounce marriage r Orlflln. Ultth and D. E.
business or
did not cease to work for the ample of what a pro-
Mr. I by his political enemies.IOVKK of law not to F.1RE1VELL:
( Emma Laura to Knight. penalty trespass or :
causes she loved until forced to I fessional man may do to promote NIIl17rgTI ,
t", Mosby Dabney McCormick, all t ---' --- ,-.- by the Increasing feebleness!!! of age. ( : TRIAL o..ot'UTII' better farming In his section, de- cut timber on lands owned by 'rli'! tat
;'. 6th, Slarke, Florida MOItTH."ISITOn on Green Cove Springs road
' Sunday.( May I me
She wan a good neighbor, ever clared Mr. Nettles.
L Gainesville Evening News.MAItlX !!!. n. H. Moloney. 6-18-41. Next Sunday
______ _u__ Hon. Otis Morton, mayor of ready to lend a helping hand and ", LM, 'II i
MILAN ; : WKLLIIKENTiUTAIXH ; : Archer<< was among( the visitors to her love for her home and devot- I Examination of witnesses In the A ETJIEII, IlKPOKT FOR RENT-Seven-room ]house, of the evening ". ,IC'. ,14th""

: Starke Saturday. Mr. Morton stated ion to her sister were marked characteristics I Glover murder case was still under sleeping porch and bath, located and their congr"",",," ,? will!,

J; __ that in his section it is "Hath Her parents lived to an way Thursday morning, Indicationsbeing on two paved streets. Hoover- ble at the Prenhu i ,,. ,, 1111, 'bu*
G'! Miss Mabel Weller delightfully away for Governor" practically ev- advanced age and the sisters were that the entire day would be Weather report for week ending Futch Co., 5-1.8-2t. Join! In a farms, ;;, 1"1"' n.1
entertained tno afternoon Bridge I erywhere. untiring In their constant care for used in completing the examina- May 16, 1928, Southern Forest H. A. Tucker, 111 i,,, tit, :*

Club Friday afternoon at the homeof I the aged couple. tion and summing up by attorneysfor Experiment Station, Starke SEWING MACHINES Singer years' service ii, VK. ,, "
her uncle, J. J. Truby. K Ktl IHTKK-LA WhO.V Her grave was covered with the state and defense. The branch. and other standard makes, thor- tiring from the, ,p., ,I.

Three tables for bridge were many choice flowers sent by jury was secured late Monday and Date Max. Min. Preclp oughly reconditioned and in per- local Presbyte,,,,'. ,,,, h'w I

placed In the living/ room, which Mr. and Mrs Charles Hayden friends from St. Petersburg and taking of testimony started. States May 8 62 62 .00 fect sewing order. Satisfaction from the active pn rt 1 ,late
. Starke. Attorney Knight Is being assistedby May 9 58 47 Trace At this farewell
. was made bright and attractive Register of Lake Butler, announce guaranteed. A few cash specialsat "'rrle"!
< with its arrangement of garden the engagement of their I "Beautiful twilight, a set of sun, Col. D. K. Knight and the defense May 10 74 61 .00 ten dollars, others up to thir- has been arranged in the So'

./, flowers. daughter Ada Jean, to Mr. Henry I Beautiful goal, with race well conducted by Col. E. M. May 11 85 66 .00 ty-Ii ve. Terms if desired. Mall Ministerial Association', ito1;
Scores were kept on tallies rep Alton Lawson, of Auburndale the won, Johns of Starke, and Judge Walton May 12 87 67 .00 orders promptly attended to. dresses of approbation ror

resenting summer girls.!!! Delicious wedding take place in June. Beautiful rest,. with work well of Palatka. May 13 89 61 Trace Write us for Information. W. H. Tucker will be delivered bell

fc, home-made divinity was nerved on The above announcement was done." .FOiL May 14 77 61 .00 Moulton, 943 Forest St. Jack- local pastors and probably

tables' during the afetrryon, at the taken from Sunday's issue of the BUYS FEED ; May 15 77 59 Trace sonville, Fla.Church. man or two. Thou oIllendlnl

..'t. close of which scores were totaled Times-Union. The many friends of NOTICE O. K. S. lUlmTING FREE USE OF FARMERS I May 16 63 .00 nlng worship at an) Illherlll!
and awarded to Mrs. N. Miss Register who la well known In I Presbyterian chnrrh
( prizes will
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Gainesville, Fla.-Dr. J. E. Cor-
Sternberg winner of high an embroidered Starke where she has visited on The regular meeting of Starke ELECTION OTIC'H :' portunlty to otten.1 thlg tins

boudlor pillow, to Mrs. several occasions, will learn with ,Chapter No. 166 O. E. S. will be pening of Starke, has been respon- -- 0 4 services by coming in.. na, ht,

Edward Burns winner of seconJ, a Interest of her approaching mar-' held Monday night May 21st, 8:00 I sible for the treatment of several fly the power vented In them! 'by .. terlan church Immediate!.
thousand pounds of seed in Brad- the lawof Florida the Board of "
: deck of cards. riage. the close of their ,
o'clock. Plans have been made for own
I'ubllo Instruction of Bradford County seRlaR.l'TI' "
hostess nerved vegetable' .--- ford county this year, according to to be t .
The initiation and refreshments.The hereby rallx an elec-tlon ....
'salad, potato chips, saltines and N.\>C Y"K KltHK:Y Grand Matron plans to reports brought here this week by held In New River Special: Tax + .. + T
IB 1928. for
School nimrlot on June
'it.Jce tea. Pansies were used an favors. I I I her annual visit Monday night July W. T. Nettles district agent Dr. Ihe purpose of electing three trustee ST. :MARK'S:
v. Those edjoylng this affair i Mrs. Nancy Kersey, 76, of 2578 2nd. I I and assessing the mlllnKe for ((0. P. Raymond
nckawanna avenue, died her the ensuing two years. For the purr 118S'01
were: Me dame N. Sternberg, D. .at I nose of holding said electionh: 10:00 Church school, Miss Mal Services for Siimim). 1111
residence State-\Vide .
Saturday morning after Beautification W Andrews, It. L. Johns and H. V.Itenfioe 1
v, ,"C. Jones, Edward Hums, O. L. an extended Illness bless CARD OF "THANKSWe I are appointed managers pas, supt. will be In charge ni,I i !Jar,
h', ;\ DeaRley, J. C. Robinson O. L. had been resident Kersey of Florida's Highways I I* W. KICKUTER, 11:00 Celebration of Holy Com- Taylor and M r stm, lot
of Jackson .
fr7: ,HayneH, C. A. Knight(, W.: M. Wain- wish to exprenn our sincere:' Chairman munion. worship at eleven '"'oek' ,
ville for aout eleven years, coming II. n. WIGGINS,
((?'.. wright, A. Z. Adkins, ( eo. Flynn, here from Baker county. She wasa appreciation and thanks to our I I Secretary 6185t615GENT Russell S. Carleton, Rector. musical program m In>irit of,
, and E. L. Biggs.JISLIGIITFUL Taylor and M. C. ,
kind friends und relatives for II null pep
I __ member of the Methodist church. I -S -- t
Those who survive her are: Four their sympathy and help during ,. I METHODIST Subject of sermon Tit.. Wld
: PUtU I-AHTV i I A Horizon: of the Modem
Mrs. the dark hours following the deathof : ]'brlil4
laughters Robinson, a r rt'I' ran
. .. One, of the loveliest parties of Mrs. Violet Alford, Mrs. Fannie our husband and father. I (Enoch Marvin Rooks, pastor.) The evening worship will\
Mrs. S. S. Silcox 4 at seven-thirty with] ,..
the season was Riven'Thursday afl Rigden and Mrs Lee Singleton, allof Sunday school Sunday morningat semi"
l: ternoon at the Woman's Club with Jacksonville; thre sons, 0. W., and children.HTUAY COLUMN 10:00: o'clock, L. A. Davis, song, led by Mr. Taylor] Tht
J. W. and W. J. all of this supt. Ject of the Her.mou will bj f! 'I
t Mrs. W. H.! Uutler, Mrs J. S. Bu Kersey, WANTED-Board and with
t ',-'ter, Mrs. J. C. Hoover an'.! Mrs. C. city; one sister, Mrs. Sarah Rigden; IIOIISK private family for a young room man. Worship Sunday at 11:00: 'a. m., tianr"Should one Choose 10/ hi dC'(

''F.' Hoover as hostesses. of Starke, and one brother, W. P. and 8:00: p. m. The subject for
,'. The city marshal of Waldo has References If required. Write The regular schcriuu.
Ten tables'for bridge and six tables tlgden; of Tampa. The funeral the morning will be "The Exped- f flogs \r
.. for tea guests were arrangedin cortege will leave the residenceat asked the Telegraph to state that care Telegraph! M. Tovar. iency of the Ascension." as announced In the last

.\ '\; the auditorium which was at- 10 o'clock this morning for he has Impounded there a stray FOR- SALE-Easter- lilies 50c doz- The Junior League meets at 2:30: of the Telegraph will ii... 'ot'
(]rand horse, and that the owner can secure o'clock during the (coming unfit
tractively decorated In beautiful Creek cemetery, In Baker W. Sunday afternoon, Miss
two dozen 75c. Mrs. L.
,: spring flowers of every hue. county, where funeral services will name by proving ownership Klckllter; 5-18-it Fredrika Struth, Supt. meetings will start) promptly

'; Home-made candles was served lie held under the direction of the and paying pound. fees. Board of Stewards will meet the hour announcedAll

Sea hole funeral parlors.-Jack- meet Sunday afternoon at 3:00 are cordially Ilned II
on the tables during the afternoon FOR THOSE Who enjoy good :
Supt. T. Sheppard Thomas, Hal ,
after which score were added and( sonville; Times-Union, 13th. o'clock. present at all serve mrgellstlc '
U Y. reading, look my selection over.
Malnes and Clarence Robertsof ;; ,
t awarded. To Mrs. J. N.I' Senior League will meet Sunday I and educatiouu'; n
prizes -- /. Lake Butler were business via, Books for rent at T. and P.
I winner of I evening at 7 15 o'clock. are 'designed to meet the nee(!
" Corpening high a glass ;.MIMS IM.I.V: : n.\VI. !tore to Starke Wednesday after- Store. 5-18-lt :
fruit bowl, holder of second !Mrs\ ''J l1iln '" the young people ,111 our
O. L. Deasley a flower bowl, consolation The body of Miss Ellen Davis noon. FOR RENT-Cool, bay front, sev- I'RISIIYTEItI.INSunday : I Ity, but the problems Hut v!

... Mlsu Sara 1\IallllS n bonbon was brought here Friday afternoon Misses tussle Mae Bennett and I LD en room home, comfortably furnished school at 10 a. m. 1 be discussed will bt 01 vital
!Morning'Worship at 11 a. m. I terest to the older
dish people au
St. and InterredIn
Petersburg Ruth Guest attended the annual reasonable for the sum-
I.. A tempting salad course with the Ibt twe.
family at Crosby ceme- picnic of the "Loyal Workers" at '"'""' ...... f 48
:!:' ice tea was served. Sweet peas terry, Rev. II. A. Tucker conductIng Glenn Springs Thursday afternoon.nR.UI"ORI r 'jiiiiiiiiiiiiimimaniiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiN, ,i lllltllll' "''l1IIIIII111AlIIIIIIIIIIIIilllllill i i:, Illig i ii
i. D. Banner.
fwere used on plates as favors. the committal service and D. Let us help to make your home attractive. Quantity
L J Those playing cards were: Mesdames C. Jones, mortician in charge. OCALA, I la.-The atate-wlda beautification I i i
) COUNTY TKLK- Hebco Wind buying enables to
,' N. D. Walnwrlght, W. M. The remains were accompaniedby GK.IPJI "IllKAIj J \SIIlOXS"uy of Florida's highways wtU us give low prices and liberal terms.

i I" Wainwright, D. C. Jones, A. Z. Ad- > Miss Klnnle Davis, sister of the the be discussed Florida at State the next Association meeting of I 4 piece fibre suite upholstered good grade cretonne
of ,
l' kin!!!, Nat Sternberg, F. F. Stump, deceased, and Mr. O. O. Frazier, Jean Belle Hamilton Doarde Electrics I
of County Commissioners
I i, A, S. Crews J, E. Corpening, D. A. 11 warm friend of the family. The -- Ocala. June 37-28. at on terms, ___ $86.50

Montleth, C. A. Knight, II. C. I pallbearer were: J, M. Truby, J.1r As the boards of county commissioners 4 piece fibre suites upholstered, good grade cretonne -

J Rltch, George B. Flynn, C. II.I Mitchell, T. S. Williams, F. A. throughout Florida expend a v I II on terms as lowas $65.00

i. Marks, E. A, Towle, J, M. Mitchell, Scott, N. D. Walnwrlght and H. H. total of many millions In road d>- I The logical solution to the -
I' C. A. Futch, O. M. SIstrunk, Edward Young. velopmenta and since good roads many 5
county muat be built In relationto farm lighting and power Hart
;, Burns, Marie B. Stevens, S. Miss Davis was born April 5th, Furniture CompanySTARKE
. connecting roads, to serve the public -
'1' L Peek, 1). I. Ames, O, L. Hayues, 1848, In Shelby county Indiana, best, any action taken by. these I 'WJIQouI

( J. C. Robinson J. A. Saul, J. W. and was the daughter of Mr. and powerful Units In Florida's progress ;"; FLORIDA
j Vii; Andrews, Jr., O. M. Inman, L. F. .Irs. John C. Davis She was eighty will be of great Importance to the Let the wind do your work. ,

t : Smith, O. L. Beasley, It. S. Carle- years of age as her death occurred counties and to the state. I' More lights, more power, at

i ton. R. J, Davis, J, L. Frazee, MUs- May 10th, 1928., at heroine f Among other road subjects to be ; loss cost. -------.----
J: es Mabel Weller, Myrtice and Myr- 1309 Ninth street South St. I discussed are the distribution of part 1 .
of the gasoline tax to the several
[ win Jackson, Sarah Mal pas, Florence eteraburg, Florida In 1882 the '11 I'g counties for retiring bonds, etc., and | Itcforo buying elsewhere, let

s Matthews, Madge MMdleton, Davis family moved from Indiana the patrolling and, maintaining of 5 I'ntteo explain:: particulars.Pattee's .
. Mrs. William Jolly and Mrs. O. N. to Florida, and located at Starke i county roads.
Canova of Waldo. Those JoinIng where they lived for seventeen The association was formed at a

the players at five o'clock for years, and In 1899 they moved to'i meeting of olxty-nlna commissioner !
.. at St. Augustine March )4. It is the
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, : -- (i' I commissioners first organization in of Florida boards for of county united I .

C- action ana the consideration of their Sales RoomSTARKE
many mutual problems.
I Photo shows Mr. J. D. Rahner. J I
president of tfca new association, and FLA. W

, THE SPIRIT OF SUMMER WHISPERS: chairman oS the board of county commissioners *

of St., John County.. fiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiininiiiniiiiinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHi, .,

fl.: And LAli 'II MORTGAGE LOANS I Lr ,-

: "Come Out Play"Sends I Ii
On Starke Residential and Business Properties $2,000 II II I

, I II
: up II I

1'1 3,5 or 10 Year :Maturities I
j" l you into day dreams of rippling waters-of
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,,. ,;I sport on tennis court and golf course and what not. But Jacksonville : A Scientific MarvelThis

J HAROLD C. WALL Local Correspondent

. ;, wakening, you can only sigh "Not for me" Got no 3017 new Delco-Light combines in one compact unit

, all that is best and most desirable in an automatic and
money! How we sympathize with you. It'IS disap. The Newest Frocks Reveal. ':"
-- greatest
I a storage battery type of electric plant. It is the

Clever DetailsFine ," 1 I forward step in the development of farm electricty l

"c pointing. And yet a fix you can avoid'by building up a back fashionably tucking on'trim the this front frock and since the invention of Delco-Light first made electricity

I- made in the ever popular one-piece .. .' available to the farm home.
style. The straight front yoke has I this net
; BANK ACCOUNT. a alaahed opening through which a The remarkable part about'the operation of

f, tie is lipped. The bodice' front I Combination Delco-Light is this: It provides automatic -
Joins a pleated skirt section. The I
back is slender and the sleeves long I NOTICEYou service direct from the generator for heavy

.! j or short No. S017 is designed for I. and with this combines economical storage battery ash
misses and small women In sizes
A small deposit each week will total up 14. 18, 18, 20 y ars. Size is years : can pay* your Poll 'Tax and Registerwith vice when only a small amount' of current for lights I
(36 bust
) requires JTt yard 89- I to and required.
me including Af-
. Inch material. Price of pattern 15 up
p to more than enough to pay for the best cents. :: ter May 19th you cannot register to vote in 'I This new Delco-Light is truly a scientific marvel, rePresenting !

, is vacation :you ever had 1 Stop in. self.Make There your is dresses a charming at home assortment your.-. I June. Be sure that you and your neighbor the greatest achievement of modern- time 1

of fashions from which to are qualified in the farm electric field.
ChDoae your requirements In our
J :Hew Fashion Book. is cent the II I.

: --... -POpy.. IF IN DOUBT SEE ME *
'e l" ., .tv. Write, Wire or Phone for demonstration right at jro
')' -; : "pattern foi.the above> design home- obligations lo -,' r"..
-no buy. d.Jt'1A8 "
'::1BANKi OF' STARE will be sent prepaid on receipt of E. W HAVEr, : : :..; '
; ;
1 ;. fifteen cents Iniiatampa, or coin. ,' ," YJi1Jt tM5

"' Write, ;your name and addreasclearly I'
" t give number, and else .ofpattern /f'o.f .
I' I4:, ) I..
4 ".|J, Matthews, Pj-ea. R. J. Davis, Cashier- and address pattern Qe-, J. J. SEYKORA ELECXRIC CO.

i:": Nlrttm99h ''Iflit"" 4IflM! ll ha: ,, E : 1 Gainesville leak
4bi&- ,
graph, 24$ west ITth St.! New I "tIIItt! =r .

York City.

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.., .. I owulwnaa; "'-- IB.-' I -- ; I Carl Johns of Jarbeonrllli i. State's Attorney and Mrs. II. V. .:: _

spent Sunday. In Starke at th i Knight are receiving congratula- ,
I home of hie parent Mr. and Mrs. ton! on the arrival of a daughter' .

Bits S. U. Johns. Sunday May 13th, at St. Luke's

I I 1\118'-\ Loreo-KelUy of New Hive,,, hospital.. Jacksonville. : Friday ECIALSSaturday :

oNevl, Is spending the week in Stark* For health cat Poinsettia Ice

local e ? rhn with< her aunt, Mrs. Anna Mur Cream sold at Butler's Pharmacy.P. .

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Concerning Our People Business and spent Mrs.Sunday I. C. naln in Starke of Jacksonville with her r,: .to J.Jacksonville Pearce' : was a Monday business after-visitor SUGAR GRANULATED Pounds 62c.

I Progress of the County and Town.IattlaamN.MWamOallleendlmn parents, !Mr. and !Mrs. 1(, E. Lar noon. .

gergren.Mr. I -- .. ......b__ -- t
Col. Floyd Green'
,mun.,,,,,.,...,,,..=__ -==INaaa_.nmuI.mWl '-. _.._......_..., and Is among those attending of Lake Butler circuit -
!: Mrs M. II. Lang ol f -
'of Dude Del-Monte Melba r Haves Full CREAM CHEESE : I
j,. Wiggins! was a visitor toW 1V.. Plnholster, Jr.. Jacksonville, were week-end guest!I court here this week.
Sunday. City, was a business visitor to of Mrs. Lang's parents, Mr. and ---

I, W'nut- Knight spent Sunday Inn Starke Tuesday.W. Mrs L. V. Moore. Mr.N.Tappen D. Hull' returned, It. II.FrIJny Young after.and : Peaches large can 2 for 49c Per Pound30cBUDWEISERBARLEYMALTa212Poundcan :

with his! family. II. Andrews, Jr., of Lake !Mrs. W. 1'. Randall of Tampa, noon from a trip to DeLaud. II .__ __ _. _........ _
-' .: Butler was a business visitor to spending: the week In Starke I
,-;Coleman of ptiA>ldo was a Starke Tuesday. with her parepte, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Grime of

r to Starke Sunday. M. Alvarez. Lake Butler, were visitors to I :: 75c

-- .- .. Miss IlllJa Durden of Hampton,, Starke Sunday. I
Ly Harvey[ spent Sunday in was a visitor to Starke Tuesday !Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Andrews and I owq -----.- .--
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Andrews of
..udlnaVLt111rle ds. morning Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown and>
New River, were visitors; to Starke |children. Irla and Artford and Mr. MASON FRUIT JARS I BLUE RIDGE BRAND

In. Keree! of Lake Butler, was E. L. Crosby of Jacksonville, Tuesday. I Mrs. L. W. Sowell of Brooker, were
| SUrke. was a visitor to Starke the first of I
to the visitors
tor Saturday.7d among to Starke Tues-
.. the week. Fred F. Stump and daughter,,
; Mrs-:'M C. Stlth were Evelyn, spent Thursday In Eustis,, day afternoon.Mrs. IJ J Quarts per dozen $1.05 I EARLY JUNE PEAS

}aeka "lUe.Saturday. Mrs I. L. Eubanks of Brooker, where Mr Stump was looking after ,
Lm business A. Z, Adklns with her slater -
Interests.Mrs. .
y .'Blakely with her par- was afternoon.a visitor to Starke Thursday Mrs. Jack Brlfcgs of JaC'kllon1vllle i Pints dozen 90c Large 4 for 49c

:\Ir. and Mrs..W. W. Balsden. Harvey Long of Jacksonville : ; were in Gainesville, Tues- per cans
la spending several days with day where they appeared on a mu-
Henry Blakely of Waldo, has ac- her si<5al program of the Twentieth
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Johns of Tampa, was a
D. a position here at Butler'sPharmacy.

|,SB visitor to Starke Monday. Edwards.Mr. noon.Century May Breakfast Tuesday I HAMS Picnic 3 to Pounds Per Pound - 17c

of Gainesville, via a Miss and Mrs. O. L, Deaaley spentMother's ,
Kart Inez
I of Jacksonville,
Flowers for sale. Mrs. P. 1\1.
Lss visitor to Starke Friday. was a week-end guest of her sis- Day in Tampa with Mrs.

ter, Mrs. Perry E. Johns. neasley'a parents, Mr. and Mra. I Barefoot Gold LAUNDRY
and Mrs. R. A. Weeks of A. C. Durden. Washing Powder I P & G SOAP
J Mrs Jackson of Baconton, Ga., Dust
visitors to Starke If In
ler were doubt as to whetheryou 1-
the first of :
Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Canova of spent the week in
,day. can vote In June, See E. W. Starke with her daughters, Misses i
Waldo, attended the baccalaureatesermon for
Hayes. Packages | 6 bars for 25c
r health eat PoInsettia Ice Sunday at the evening.high school 'auditorium attended Myrttre( and commencement Myrwln Jackson exercises and ] -

in old] at Butler's Pharmacy. Mr. and Mrs. Junius M. Smithof of the Bradford Illsh School. I _"' ._ __ --.- ._ -- ........... -- I II
Waldo, were visitors to Starke I
Mrs L. A. Reynolds and mother, '
i o E Knight was a visitor Tuesday. Mrs. E. F. Johns spent Wednesday J. H. Hitch and family spent I
aiksonville the first of the OXYDOLCleansEverything,3Pacliages-
-- In Baldwin\ with Mr. and Mrs. Sunday at Daytona Beach They
Mrs. M. Leviton and daughter Charlie E. Johns. { were accompanied home by their I
Miss Rosa, spent Tuesday after- f'I daughter. Miss Harriet Hitch, who i h-----. .-......---- --- -- .. ---- -.. ---------- --- -

lisa! Estelle Rosenberg of Lake noon in Gainesville. Chufas and Field Peas I J. F. has been enjoying a several weeks .

I'r. was a visitor to Starke Kickliter. ( In Cocoa and Miami POTATOES WINTERGREEN FENOLE
lays Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Lawrence of I -- I visit

Keystone Heights, were visitors to Mrs. AV. J. Epperson. Jr., of | Mr.\ and Mire M. C. Stith and two Death to all Insects

II. Bellsarto of the Seykorairl Starke Tuesday Lake Wales, spent the latter partof 1 eons, Mr. Dave Taylor Mrs. II. L. New per Ib, .Ic-10 Ibs. 3.>cMe QUAKTS 8c PINTS SOc

| ( Co., Gainesville was a last week In Starke with Mr. [ Brownlee and daughter, Mary
ii less visitor to Starke Tuesdaynoon. :Miss Julia Oreen of Jacksonville, and Mrs It. C. Wall. (Ispent Tuesday at the State Farm Old per Ib. .lc-10 Ibs. }-2 PINTS SOc
spent the first of the week In the Ktiesla of Mm. Hrownlee'a I I .

Starke with relatives. Misses\ Sara Kelley and Jewel brother, Supt. ,J. S. Blltch. I I

Wiggins who have attended n. II. :
COFFEE One-Pound 31c
'nit jars rubbers tops at Klck- CHARMER - -
Ninety Day and Bunch Velvet i
S. the past term have returned to I Mrs. Laurie Edwards of Jacksonville I

's Beans. J.. F. Kickliter. their homes at New Hlver.Mr. spent the first of the weekin ,, ,_ .....
I I 1''' N --- .
"- E '-
Starke with her parents, Mr. 1IiIO-
Aubrey Brlnaon of Muxvllle, and Mrs. II. B. Wiggins and and "Mrs. W. II. Struth and attend ',, .
---r.' spent Sunday In Starke with his daughter, Mary spent Sunday af- ed the Bradford Uliili S'houlom.. '
sister, 51 I-H." J. E. Corpening. teriroon at Macclenny with relatives. I mencement exercises
I __ 1'C S11116E
--- -
iNft M. F.; Wlcglus; naval stores operator l
.I: Mr. and Mrs. E. ('. Tappan left
. :.. of New Rlvt>r. was a business -
Mra. W. S. niakely and little son :Wednesday for Jacksonville, where
r viHilor lo Starite hrioav.Air.
k !":..f.'t are spending the week In Starke they will spend a month before
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. going north to spend the balance I II
and Sirs. John "Uglow nodaugaler
.. r I
; ,"/ W. Balsden. Iof i the summer. They will return I
.tJ'I ( MIHH Carrie Were visitors j
to Starke next fall.
k. 7.1. Wiiiiwuod >'ri 3ay.jUr.
Mr. and Mrs. :Dale Vanslckcl vf;
Gainesville Mother's Day In i I In giving the of thosepresent I -
spent names -
Feel Tired and : and I'.ira. 71. J. Davis and -
Starke with the latter's parents : at the Junior-Senior banquet +
children, spent Sunday In Daytona c. W and l.. L. Ford and families Mrs. Mary nosh, owner and editor aggregating between :,4UO,000 and
'with Sheriff and Mrs. Epperson. In Inatlweeks paper the name of Diinnellon Truth, was visitor
Beach relatives.Mr. a
? I located here
Achy of Mary AVynutwna ommltted. of Texas are $E00oi1, will be carried out bore
have to Starke Friday, while en-
Marshall T. nespaaa of the Res- Miss Wynn wan one of the Seniors -where the MenHra. Ford will thin Bummer and fall.
''oo Often This Warns of and Airs. R. T. Osteen of pass-Johnson Engraving Co:, of graduating Tuesday evening and charge of the Sinclair 011 Co., as route to JackHonvllla to spend the
Brooker, spent Tuesday in Starke week-end with friends.) Mrs. DosliIn
Sluggish Kidneys. in this territory Arcadia Norntee Vegetable
Jacksonville was a business visitorto the Telegraph! gladly makes this .agents
with Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. a capable editorial and society
MME::? Stiff> Achy? Sure Starke last Friday. correction. writer and Issues one of the boot Growers' Association\ Is shipping
Prolific, Cubano Flint Mrs. T. S. Hewke of South Walnut -
ludneys are working Irish potato crop
Flowers for sale. Mrs. P. M. e.llt\eI weeklies In Florida
> kidney. allow waste poison to and Mexican June Corn. J, F. Her1 nave Taylor of the 31ap- street had .s her guests the
imulate', and make one languid. Barefoot.Mrs. Kickliter.Mra. tint! Seminary. Louisville. Ky.. arrived past week, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. ---- Stuart More than 4180.000
I and achy with often dull head Saturday and in located at of DeLand. Mr. and Mrs. 'uJmetlo--"Iollhoarj Air Line
-o--- Ouoper will !bo spent In Martin county
eg, dizziness and nagging backs II. BIshop: and children, W. 'T. Cornelius and two the home of :Mr. and Mrs. 0V.. Cooper enroute to Texas for Hallway erecting! new passenger
A common warning is too f rent : spent the week-end in Green Cove Alderman. Rev Taylor Is assist were station here. Improving Florida last; Coast Conul -
excretions.. children, of Waycross, Ga., are' a two months visit and on their
scanty or burning : Springs with"Mrs. Bishop's mother.Mr. ,
ing Rev.> M. C. Stith In the revival Mount Dora-Building program
'oan'j' Pills, stimulant diuretic.ease spending the week in Starke with raturu to Florida will visit Mrs.
a which _.... ... ..
the secretion of the kidney and Mrs. Alice Langtord.Mr. meeting begun Wednesday Hfwke on theirway home. -
of and Mrs. J. C. -Padgett evening at the Baptist church ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, '
thus aid in the elimination I I II '11I"1 II/ttlllllllllllNIIIIIJW41p11111'Ilhll/" '' '' ''' < '' <'' ''''''''<>''m'") niiiwiiitut i iiimimiinmiiiiiiiiiHmiiiiiiii I I(( (tmiiiiiui IIIIfIIaaNtlllnallaWl i I
children, of Jacksonville, spent
,ly waste. Users everywhere en- ..and Mrs. Dryaht W. Hodges -
Hall of Jacksonville
Sunday afternoon in Starke with :Mr. and Mrs. A. If. -i
a Doan'3. Ak. netghkorl We are a soclate members
your and little daughter of Jacksonvillewere
were Sunday guests of ;
friends. Research Council, Ice Cream In- I ?
Why Experiment
.week-end guests of Mr.. and !Mrs Hall's parents, Mr. un.l Mrs.L. .
PILLS dustry -promoting the use of pure
Mrs. A P. Hoffman.
OAN'S 60c'TIHULANT Mr..and Mrs.L. E. Miner of New and Wholesonra ice cream for .S. Mutt). They were accompanied -

)' DIURETIC f&KIDNEYS Smyrna were -week-end guests of Mr.rand Mrs.'We B. Mundy, Jr., health Poinsettia Ice Cream sold home by !Masters Oliver and Vote for II. B. WIGGINS, whose record In financing .
who will enjoy
.....Milburn. eeL Mfg' Cheat suUaIs.NY.j Mrs. Miner's mother Mrs. Laura Miss Mildred Gill and J. D. Doyle at Butler's Pharmacy, Phone ICO.Mr. ( Tillnian Ilutto aweek's ,
visit with them.
PowelLWhere formed a congenial party motoring anti school Administration cannot be questioned. Read a'a't

._. ._ _._ .. .Jacksonville: Sunday. and Mrs. II, L. Brcnrnlee
.-____ ___'n -- Miss Klnnle Davis and Mr. 0.0. statement below:
and daughter, Mary and Mrs. 8.E.
Frazier, of St. Petersburg, who
Miss Louise Carraway, wbo has Br wnlee will 'leave Sunday for
in the Bradford Hlgfc Auburn, Alabama, where they will were here Friday to attend the funeral tn lrblMln...> KInning' of tnr tern of ofllrc Jan. I, tail: .IM>......OtnArlttntnrm .
a A i I taught of the late Miss Ellen Davis,
I 9 School for the pact term has returned attend commencement exercises of were guests of Mr. and Mrs N. B. ttrlnttrr .. n 3l. wh.n t'nlon meaty dlvldrd ,83.......

1 to her home .in Sanford.Be the Auburn Polytecbnlcal College! Hull. pains ruuntr look ftrtahfr I, lilt: .._._.__________. 311._."
at which time Hugli'Brownlee, Jr.,'

registered May a stadent of that colege will re- ........'* Ilr.dfor4 Ortohrr I, tint ...._._________.__ 41,"' ."
sure you
!Mrs. L. A, Reynolds of Raleigh,
19th last day See E. W.. Hayes. ceife his diploma In electrical en ,.:. C., Arrived here. Sunday: to f mar III rA tint. now. __ ___ _______________.._____ 3O,0 a.M

t gineering.Mr. spend Mother's day with her mother Amount paid dnrlav" my ndmlnUlralJon __.______..._ 17,. ONo
Mrs. P. 31. Barefoot and daughter. Mrs. K. F. Johns. Mrs. Reyimtda -
Miss Inez Abernathy and': Miss and Mrs. O. A. Andrea and a standing Jn wttl return to her home in i (let .
J'I Lillian Barefoot spent:Satu rday afternoon little Miss Belva Harrison and Raleigh Saturday, .V Number nr 8 month terms of school ban been Increased; from "
shopping In Jacksonville.Mrs. John Hagan of Stuart, were among ': one to client.I .
I I I have orll'anlae"! an einclvnt and economical transportation ./'-
those; from out of toyn attending .
i II I C. W 'Chalker and two I' tM: (commencement kerclaes' of Mrs. A. C. Strickland of Lake 'I< tm.The county hud no ncpri,.llt,,d hitch school when I ram Into of-
II holier, state president of the Su- ( fleet now It ban one .nlor' and one Junior, with other Juniors In
sons of Bethlehem, Pa., are enjoy the Bradford High" ScJiool. They preme Forest Woodmen Circle has the niaklnK.
I ing a visit here with her slaters. were accompanied ark to Stuart appointed Mrs. L. S. Ilutto to.represent I have oricnnlifi. the work nn that nearly every child In the
Wednesday by Tlielma Andreu county has access to high ncnnal.
I Mrs. DeWltt C. Jones and Mrs.
who has been attending Bradford I her In Starke and those If I have done these thlnicM, I I. It not reasonable to suppose I
Peek. do better next turmrKxporlence
I are interested In Joining this elr- can oven
: High for .lid\ past .term... count In private bu.I".1; why not In publlo
Will You .,' :1e are requested to see Mrs. Hatto omce'J
and Mrs.
II. Carradlne
Mrs. J. 1 r ,, ,
Sandefer and little daughter W. O. Hodges, well known .
Julian broker In fruit and vegetables, has Y I' _____ ________ _______m __ _
Be At of Lawtey, were visiting -
SeventyRecent I.friends In Starke Friday after-' returned from Starke, where he

noon. I has been looking after strawberry STARKE FOLKS By J. E. Corpening
shipments for his trade since the ..
investigations have shown that a large and Mrs. C. C. Shepard of shipping season waned here. Mr. -.. -" .. ,
number of persons are dependent on relativesor Milliard attended the operetta,I Hodges states that the berry crop l. r' .
their old "The Gypsy Rover" at the high in the Starke and Lawtey sections 'I f"Jt.D: : < 1 M I"\D; wAr 60 DAYS OR 60 DOLLARS I
charity age. and the school auditorium here Monday was quite good this spring and ..... .' (- ) THE: I
When the autumn of life approaches, evening. ... I i iFlorida that both growers and shippers appear'satlsler.1 ,. "
;1f holnf.N tCo", fCfr DEAYN OtJG
leaves of youthful vim and enthusiasm fall, it / with results and -_. -.i-: ..I / A 6000 0 66 .

no mat- and Spanish Peanuts. prices received.- Plant City Enter- ,t..J; I.'';':! ,_ 1-: """ .... .... r J'" 6.." \
is extremely difficult for any person F. Kickliter.Mra. prise. '" ......... .; .. ..... f p
ter how able, these investigations prove to J'I ?

compete)' in the world of business and com- Vivian Saunters: and John Powell, Wesley Stearns ) ':?1 fu .- i : QDRPENINGSDRUG
ter, Betty, Mrs. S. Church and Alice Fernandez were in Jack. r STORE
merce. Kenneth Church all of Keystone sonville Tuesday afternoon for i ... J--Jt.j ,
iIt IT'j.
What better insurance against dependence in Heights were visitors to Starke their music lessons ;.' = .,..

old age than a savings account in a bank? Friday afternoon.Mr. r 4-. ,e' S ir'VZ" -IS A CREDIT TO
Mr and Mrs. W. A. Scott of De- l- .. .. t THE COMMUNITY.'
the roa4 to eco-j,
,One, dollar willstart on .
; you and Mrs. Lewis Stricklandand Land spent Mother's Day with .r- a.a.

nomic security! j .... !. ;> two daughters .of WIKlwood. their parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. To be useful-to be of service-to be polite. upon

have been spending a few days Scott. -J fI i' V 'C k'ig'; Drug'Store
BRADFORMUNTY with Mrs. $Strickland': parents. Mr. J I all occasions! We strive for pubUe.fa\roriJJecre F-T .( .. i
and Mrs. J. C. Manning. Mr. Boyer and little son. 'of
; .
Stronghold Jacksonville, spent the first of the be useful. W shall be known as thoroughThe Service: : Store"Ir ,
Financial glad .
Bradford County's Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Slstrunk and week Id Starke at the home of ?

son Joe and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Starke Fla.

: ': R ABKE, FLORIDA I JArIUII *a4 W, Merrill and Ma k Planning and while here attended I reliable.

: pent S HHl y in Jacksonville wttfc In ss T i >im Tat <*MofaMU f1If >>ssd-,

-. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus SlstrnnTc. 'ton High School. .
- .

astir H-.r, x? 'r.,," ""or ;!" r ".... ,r '.p.' 't.J,.. ." -
I -

__ .. __ .. n
n -- -- ------ ------- --- ...
---_-_--. ,_ _____ __ n__ --- and ;",;,,:
r __n__ __ ._ --- I'II' rl .aI ........................ Sunday
LAIVTEY{ Mrs. A. 111. Dllln,
: her Karl.; ,"t
Hr. IS. E. Hurn..-y. car daughter Mrn B
Farmers & I + Jacksonville.Mesdames. D
} Farming I 11 .?..N.......+-eo.lT: .. .)...*- E, L nl, ,

.. 't 18Mrs. FredLawety Andrews, Jr., w ail<
Iq. t Lawtey, May ?.r "
r.j Agricultural) Editor) I h y May 18.-Mrs. Fred sister Mrs. w K V"1 1'1', *
quite ill. 'i
I had her last
as guest week,
. .' I i =rWSvs j< \ :Mrs. W. W. Riley and son of Mrs C, y111): I", .
.. "III'' '
Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles I Ocala.R. dren are visiting! n i' J"r!!;,,, ''
I R. Thede and son, Richard Florida for "VP'\11, ,] "*
; of Farm Experiences and Methods FoundTo 1"oks I ]
visiting Mr. Herman Thede
were Mesdames I.

',. He Best Suited to Our Country I In Jacksonville Tuesday. Torode aliend,|,.,;II I1 I IhiJ J... dr-d':

A. J. Skipper and Bill Mayo of Federation nl""IM ,,1111, 1"-0
" Jacksonville, were visiting Mr. and Friday aftcrn,,,., ,11 flat! '<
!Mrs. E. E. Barney Sunday.
Mr. and
a HIGH PRICED'i5AIRY I Bob Dinkins of Jacksonville is W. Pierce slid Mrs.i l. 'i.J i II,U'''ill.>*>r

visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. glnla, spent TM I I iu' \ ',q
I Chas. Dinkins for a few days. ustlne. In"S*1

[, FEED AROUSES MORE Mrs. R. R. Thede was shoppingIn

Jacksonville Friday. Winter Ilav,1

if Miss Blanche Durney spent Sun- hatchery in 11111., Large
INTEREST IN SILOS 1 % r 01| ,stet
V a!
1 f 7 I / r// day at Lake Rosa the guests of to propagation ,, do
'.ftix' i Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Skipper. bream and othiM" \vtterl, gel l

Ii Ci oipnr<- , age If* Worth Twice KM ('out beet pulp is worth 250 to 30( i r jg&\ was visiting Mrs. Mildred Sande- St. Augustine ,

y'; Of 1..lue.flo" pounds of corn silage. Beet pulp fur Monday.Mrs. to be laid soon on \phal|sllilia! *

ls quoted at $&1 per ton In FlorIda Fred Moore was shopping Jacksonville- dew br',(

j Gainesville, Fla..High price now. At this figure good corn In Jacksonville Tuesday. No. 11 at 18th sin.t,, Ors lit:
t dairy feuds. have canned many sltagejs worth $17 per ton. Mesdames Catherine Heare and avenue iniuuici' setts'rand ]'

dairymen of the state to become It U l possible to produce firs t N -2f ti, t' ; o 2 Cl arty. & rt1.1 lbrn r," I A. A. Smith were visiting in Tallahassee- $t i.., !I
1df:W n: ?
clash' silage In this state at sevenor ?
Interested In silos declares Hum- Gainesville WednesdaY' let for construi-ti,
I'n L. Brown, extension dairyman eight dollars a ton, states Mr. ,or
The Ladles Aid of the Methodist library at Florida
C f the agricultural extension neri Drown In fact many good dairy church were delightfully entertained tor Women addJtI'l
In the state doing It ai t
men are
'ce. Ircrt
D at the home of Mrs. M. E. Edwards -
extensive;; experiments carried present, he says. lM1kl2 a Iflt Thursday. The business --

r-l In many parts of the United There never was a better timeto hour was taken up with discussingthe IT'S YOUR LU-EB.
When ,
tales have shown. the Kreat value build a silo In Florida than right -- 1- buying of new carpet for the headachey you; or are dlzzj ijiii I," ?"?"
of ensilage as a feed In compurlt now he points out. The cost of I church, replacing dishes and cook- dltlon at by the use "r" Lan.eel Pnk tie
pill night .
n with other kinds of teed materials Is comparatively low, I ing utensils at the parsonage and ItIJ'rC'IU-I.I'H will gt a relit
I ilrymen who consider these facts and labor costs are now reason- F lp getting name ready for the new

will readily see why It pays to grow able. Building plans can be sup I Uw Nr l.24;tzrna.Fl pastor who will be here in June. PILLSPAINTER'S

ant toad sllaKe, Bay Mr. Brown. plied( by county agricultural agentsor II G*. ;ce_ ii II iI I Each member gave a dollar on carpet _
I' ,
had direct from Mr.
: may be
Experiments conducted at the and quite a neat sum was rea-
Utah station, comparing ullage Drown at Gainesville I
I II lized. Mrs. Edwards assisted by I
with alfalfa hay, that 250 There Is ample time to plant Y { .
proved HI FIBiT FLOOE. Put JCCOIJD FLOOC. !Mrs W. II. Edwards and Mrs. D. --
pounds of corn silage was equalto silage crops for thjs' year In all AC 100 pounds of alfalfa hay parts of the state. Corn makes J p attt, or rt.r,0 I\. I delicious refreshments.Mr. Simon Pure Citrus

Similar experiments conducted at the best silage, where It can be and Mrs. E. E. Burney were I and
successfully. The prolific ... .- -
the New Mexico station showed grown ---- -- ----- transacting business In Jackson-
that 300 pounds of corn silage was varieties planted so as to make the A COMPLETE: S.M.M.L: I1OMK.: ville Wednesday.Mrs. Gem Farm CropFERTILI1ERI

equal In teed value to 100 pounds most bushels of corn will make the GIRLS BEING FITTED OF KNGU.SH: TYPF: M. E. Edwards had as her

of choice alfalfa hay. best silage. !house guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs.

Of course choice alfalfa hay Is On some soils the sorghums pro- FOR HEALTH CONTESTColumbia (By R. C. Hunter & Bro. Archts., A Z. Adkins and children, of
of the duce better than corn. The Texas '
one best hays for feeding New York.) Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Jack -
dairy cows, admits Mr. Drown, but seeded ribbon cane and Japanese This house provides In addition Briggs and children of Jackson
this, hay Is not available at most Honey Drip are the varieties that Are
county women had pictures FIFTEEN STUDENTS: TOIlKCKIVE to the regular living and sleeping ville. Mrs. Briggs will remain fora
times,. in the markets of the state. give the highest ylelda. Cowpeas framed, and made over 100 DKCHIKKM: : : FKOMCOLLKOK: rooms a garage and a lavatory on visit to her mother for several "TIME TRIED AND riot
Choice alfalfa meal Is now quotedat or soy beans may be used to good pine> cone baskets according to AGRICULTURAL : the first floor, a large wardrobe on day TESTED"Our
$50' ton. Choice alfalfa hay advantage when planted; separately -
per the first floor, a large wardrobe on
Mrs. Lassie Black, home agent. I Mrs. Mary Todd of Jacksonville,
U never below $30 per ton. On cut green and added to the Several seta of furniture were Gainesville, Fla.-Fifteen students the second floor and a maid's room was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Louis H.
this basis corn silage Is. worth corn at the rate of one load of worked over very effectively she' In.the Florida College of bath and storage space in the at- 11111 Sunday. Brands are the Aclui,
from $10 to $16.66 per ton. cowpeas or soy beans to three Standard bj 'm
Agriculture will receive tic.
degrees at
states. Twenty-five palms were :Mr. Enoch Griffls and son, A. A. Growers of Florida
Work carried on at Cornell Uni loads of corn. hit!
the commencement of the Univer-
-- planted in one community. Dahlias Combined with this most com- Griffis left for Fort Meade Monday lodged all fertlllzan
i are blooming everywhere. sity, May 29. Two of these will plete plan layout is an attractiveand where they will buy and ship corn nearly forty lt

BETTER HOMES WEEK Miss Ethyl Hollo way, home receive master's degrees while the economical exterior design for several weeks. "Giving all we years can forth

agent of Santa Rosa county, observed other 13 will be awarded the de- along simple English cottage lines, Mrs. Clyde Carmichael of Tam- we get Instead of getting

OBSERVED BY AGENTS Better Homes Week by gree of bachelor of science In ag- modified to meet modern condi- pa, has been visiting her parents, we can for what wo {lit
holding experience meetings and riculture. tions. A variety of materials for Mr. and Mrs. M. Rosier. .la the policy of

minting out the defects of each H. T. Cowles of Dover Massachusetts wall treatment; stucco, halftimber Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wooten and

Gainesville,-Fla.--Better HomeR correct diet:-exercise and rest, and home. Many flower plants were is a candidate for the degree white shingles, etc? give In- children visited Lake Kingsley THE E. O. PA1NTElFERTILIZER :

Week found the home demonstration proper posture. Defects such as exchanged and will be used to of master of science in agri- terest. Sunday.E. CO

agents of Florida. busily engaged bad teeth or tonsils are being cor beautify homes. One OC the club culture. He has completed a I The placing of the garage ad- M. Johns of Starke was a JACKSONVILLE ELL
; : In giving demonstrations In rected. members exhibited her remodeled. < study of the normal water lossesIn joining the front entry allows the business visitor to Lawtey Friday, ,

home Improvement, according/ Bright; color In the cheeks and I home.' various varieties of citrus. M. Introduction of an unusual and

Miss Virginia Moore, assistant 1 lips should be brought not by Window displays were used f in B. Moore of London, Canada is a pleasing element in the design It is easier
candidate for the of | now kill insects
I degree
state agent.In rouge; and lipstick, says Miss Sten- Onoeola county reports Miss Albina mas- and It places the garage doors at ,
Okaloosa. county at least 400 nis, but by eating/ food rich In i .Smith home agent. Many attractive ter of science. He has completed the rear where they cannot be seen -and keep them w y. Be.Brand Insect Pow-
flower Burdens were made, report :ran Good complexion naturally! fire screens were made by the studies on the life history of the from the street but are near the 4k
Miss Bertha. Henry, home agent follows good digestion and ellmin j women of the county during the Brazilian Butterfly. Mr. Moore received kitchen entrance. A A Lice,Mosquitoes,Fleas,Bed Bugs,and otherin- Po.tttr lifuJIOc6TJ5e /

Miss Henry was county chairman atlon. Girls who are not proper week. More Interest is being shown his bachelor's degree from The laundry heater space, etc., a cts.Won'upotontaln.Use powder on plants S0c';k
the of Florida. booklet.
for the campaign and had two weight are being brought nearer la home Improvement now than University in 1926. are in the cellar. .roan'tsuppiyw.willlshipbypa If SDc 8''$ .,POillk
H .
Mr. Cowles received his bachelor'sdegree ; : t at JOe
po (Sj )
houses on exhibit despite the heavy to normal by regulation of the ever before, states Miss Smith. from Massachusetts Agri- This house measures 35 feet, A prIces named.McCORMIcKiiCoa.kie. ..Md.
rains which came just as the wee] diet, exercise and rest. No people in Florida are doing cultural College In 1910. six Inches across the front and Jr

began. Posture will be an Important more for the betterment of rural should have a fifty foot lot. +r

Women of Lee county planted factor in determining the winner, homes than the home demonstration Candidates for the degree of Complete working plans and specifications mw
bachelor of science In
vines, painted! furniture, made curtains and for that reason the girls are agents, Miss Moore declared. of this house may be
J. M. Cobb Gainesville T. P. ,
These know rural condi- ; 4'
had houses painted and being Instructed In this detail. Correct obtained for a nominal sum from
tions, and they make their pro- Drake, Ocala; A. G. Erwin, An-
equipped their club room. They are exercises plus diligence work the building editor. Refer to
tarrying on a program of kitchen wonders with many of the girls, It grams flt Into the needs of the par- thony; J. J. Fabrega, Panama House A-154.

Improvement and exterior beautification Is stated by Miss Stennls. ticular_. section. City; llf G. Guy', St. Augustine: I 1CgDAA
n. It. Howard, Gainesville J. A. g
now, says Miss Anna Mae
Winners few the counties
in a of ....................... Hudson, Miami; H. 1\1. Jones Lake FREE VSK OF FARMERS:
Sikes, home demonstration agent. ,
have already been announced; and 4 ODOR
: Wales; Z. V. Munoz, Phllllpin
several of the other counties I
Tallahassee<' are 5 Keystone Heights J Islands; L. It. Toy, Freeman, W.Va. Gainesville, Fla.-Dr. J. E. Cor-
many years
selecting their champions this C !. liaise O.....
s Or. 4
$ .
; D. O. Worth Gainesville L.
farm ; of Starke
animals have been fitted for week. The winner of the state con- 4 penlng has been responsible
exhibition, but It Is only in recent test will be rewarded with a tripto i................... : J, Larson, Lakeland; A. G. Drlg for the treatment of several

years that It has been thought) Chicago this fall to attend the Keystone: Heights, May 18.-. gers, Wauchula. thousand pounds of seed in Brad-
worthwhile to exhibit boys and J --C ford county this year according to
International Club Congress. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Smith return :NEGRO'; FARM YOUTH
girl*. reports brought here this week by
4 ad to their home in Keystont
\VUUHn; 1MU/K;
Times are changing, however, W. T. Nettles, district agent. Dr ,.
Heights Thursday after a three
and when the short course Is held .. day trip to Miami. Corpening has nothing to sell the w c
In June at the State College for At the short course held at the farmers.
"I Women club Mr and Mrs. D. T. Reamer let t Florida A. & M. College for Negroes he
girls from all over Our schedule changes 12.01 a. Because thought It would bea
.the' state will compete for the m. Sunday; April 15th, 1928 and their home here Thursday foi Tallahassee, during the firs good thing for the farmers
honor of being declared the healthiest trains will run as follows: Meadville, Pa., where Mr. Ream part of May four prizes were won around Starke to treat their seed / c'Aea 5

girl in Florida. No.1, southbound local due er's business is located. Thejwere :, by attendants from Bradford coun- for the prevention if diseases, Dr. ll e

The girls were selected from Starke, 11.18 p.. m. accompanied by George Wls- ty. J. W Keller who has chargeof Corpening bought a barrel duster

each county by county contests No. 11, southbound local due, hart.Mr. the work: in this county took and turned It over to the use of
and they are now being prepared SStarke, 10:63: a. m. and Mrs. J. Houser and several of those enrolled In farm tbe public. He sells no seed nor

to look their best. Home demonstration No. 107 southbound limited, due daughter, Gertrude and Mrs. Wm. work with him to Tallahassee, at dust for the treatment.As .
agents have charge of the Starke, 1.20 p. m. Baker drove to Jacksonville for Ills own expense, and met with the a result of this action by Dr.
work In the counties and Miss No. 2 Northbound local due the day Thursday.A agents from twelve other cbuntle Corpenlng many farmers In the of servicis

Mary Stennls, food and nutrition Starke, 5.35 a, m. silver tea was held Thursday of the state. The awards were county have treated seed for the years

specialist has charge of the state No. 12 northbound local due, afternoon May 10, at tbe home made as follows: first time this year and a large

program. Starke, 3:34: p. m. of Mrs. J. II. Lawrence for the L. C. Jenkins, :first prize dairy number have made use of the dus-

Suggestions for fitting/ the coun- No. 108 northbound limited due benefit of the Keystone HeightsWoman's cattle judging. ter. This case Is an excellent example only a starting poi \
ty health champions for the state Starke, 6:44.p.: m.Waniice Club. Jos. Hanker on, second prize potato I of what a business or professional -
uoutest have been sent out by Miss Drench Mr. and Mrs. Wm. P. F. Ferguson judging. man may do to promote

Stennls. Points emphasized are No. 101 leaves Starke 6:30: a. Mrs. Ella Dlrd and her son, L. C. Jenkins :better farming In his section, declared for)JUICI'u Skilled enginCC'and
George L. Bird, drove to Lake City third prize potato Mr. Nettles. :
Lee burg- Local Chamber of m.No. Thursday to view the Judging.Jos. .
prehistoric -- --
102 arrives Starke 2:10: p. maKe
C mmerce sponsoring an experimental m. remains discovered there. Hankersou, second prize Lake Worth-White way light- rugged construction

crop of pimento peppers In T. J. GRlF'FIN. Agent. The girls' basketball team ofLake mule judging. Ing system being installed on Lake I the !
Lai e county this season. City high school of which avenue from II Street to the lake. most durable ofmotorcnrs

C ,- Hiss Helen Lawrence, of Keystone High Springs-Water system extensions Cross City-Work progressing
9: acres in Columbia and' 253 Heights Is the coach enjoyed a will start soon rapidly on new school building for Keep in mind when buying that more fa>a
acres In iadsden County have Say it with Flowers your new car,
Ft. Dixie
picnic on Lake Geneva here Saturday Myers-Tbree-story: store county.
been for of three-quarters of all the Buick in the
pledged production pi- and office cars produced
May 12.Lawrence building costing $200- -o-
raor.tos this season.. Flowers For All K. Wai rath and J. D.Rentroe 000 under construction here wtl Fernandlna-Shave-Rout: Company twenty-five years are still serving their owners.

Starke- -New $12.500-fire truck Occasions students at the university be occupied by national chain I Inc., plans erection of sales- Buick endures-Buick stands ups.1
received here. at Gainesville spent the weekend store.Winter room at corner of Center and 7th stays young-Buick
visiting Mr. Walrath's par- Garden-New library streets.St. gives its best over a longer period than any other cr'

South Jacksonville-Owl Garage Gertrude Godbey ents in Keystone Heights. building under construction on o because it is endowed with an extra-rugged doliblefframeBuick's

building on Myrtle avenue to be AndersonPhone Mr. and Mrs. Medas Oravelle South Jones street. Petersburg-Construction on world-famous Sealed Chassis and Trip It-
and daughter. Louise Winter GardenConstruction longest and highest sea level
replaced with modern structure. spent Saturday Sealed
:' night In Keystone Heights under way of new driveway Into bridge In world, which will\ extend Engine-and the most nearly perfect oiling sy1

Ocala-Coutract let for remodel- J' Waldo. Via. en route to Port Washington N. West Orange Garage. from here to Piney Point over ever deveJoped-
' log Commercial Bank building at Y., where they expect to spend Gracevllle New Methodist Tampa Bay will begin shortly.
corner of Magnolia and Broadway the summer. church under construction here. 11118.11"11111"11II11II1111I11IILAND"' You'll prefer Buick because it leads in beauty and lux T

Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Ogden and Palmetto-Southern Gas and and you'll prefer it, too, because it is the most duraHtC d
_iIIIIl'I1IJUI"I""IIIU1nlU"UlIIUIUllllIlQlljjjiiiiiiiiiiiii a i7.1ll14llU1"IIIUIllIIUI"IIIII14I1.'III..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII. ;' .._,..'
daughter, Helen, were entertained Electric Corporation laying gas *"-and therefore the most paying investment.
] HAROLD C WALLINSURANCE at supper at the home of Mr. mains from its plant In Bradenton
and Mrs. C. II. Clark Saturday, to this city. SURVEYINGSubdividing AU B.kA models fart Lmcjoy Hydraulic thockluarbm

fay 12. ,front m4 rear,mt, nu lrJ wfmnt

Mr. and Mrs. James C. Houser, W. H. Ogden of Keystone Drain- SEDANS $1193 to $1995 $1195 tot1
I of Jacksonville, spent Mother's'day Heights, who has been located at COUPES

STARKE) FLORIDA with Mr. (ouser's parents at Miami Beach during the winter returned age Systems SPORT MODELS $1193 to $.,2'REGISfElfM

Keystone Heights. to bis home here. on Wed- ... eO
Represent the nest Leading Insurance Companies Fcur tables nesday, May 9.Okeechobee80. Accurate WorkH. .
were filled at a T R
FIRE ACCIDENT LIFE, AUTOMOBILE BOND LIABILITY bridge party given for the benefit cars-vegetables E. Lagergren CO,
of the
ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY Keystone Heights Worn- moves from Everglades section ov-
an's Club at Keystone Heights Inn er Florida East Coast dnr- Starke, Fla.bmiiiimuiMuiiiiii .
mtatnuwatammnnnmemmamntneanmaamm' ' .!!!!l! !manattar'r. ... ..liesaaanatnenlalaammawlw.tnwaanslsumnn.. ' '' ,. Monday evening, May 14. lag recent 7 days. I STARKE, FLORIDA
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>OLITICAL van. H. L. Bough anti W. It. Ilarrell cliU (Ir'ul of Florla to show .nine
r -- L" iispectorH. S the II.." ", A. Z. Adklna.'

Vegetable-Cheese Combinations r.-lK-at-6-t. (I. W. ALD19RMAN Clerk Judge of the Mild' Court at Starke.

inouncementsiiinivnts( 1 % How to PlayBRIDGE In Bradford ito,itt I', Florida, a tounty -
1\U'I'f'U tie' .'lh.tt. ))I"ellI..a1 In the afon'..iiil cm t the

are ktlh 17th{ day of May, .\. CHtllt., at T..n
will be I Notice U Ihr..h38'.n' that o clock A. M why xitld bonds should
iimonta \liW1
S nut, sit the follow- < / ,IHVM after ilulc ho.-.-.if, I I II... not be validated .in.I confirmed.
n'y Sll1Y\
,i,'1 h, except district __ signed Kxei-ittiir <,f the IIIMI Will \ THESM AHB 1"1 I:1:I''ORI: .to command .
8leh.I' 1'.tl1l1nt of Mrs.' Ma 111' MlIl you and i-m Ii h,.r __ PII/Y'J/ 7 '- ,loo-ustMl, Will I pi-fMciit my ut-linrs by required to ln and appear he-
JeriC ,ml 1 Final Acc-ount ,tu tlu I"linn'uiilo I fore the H""r'llo.. A. a, Adklria.
; I 1937-28 by loo. A. (Clitrdliier, County .1 huge. of Judge of M.I'I 'out, at 8tarke
TK flONATOIloratlr Hrmlfonl (.'nuiity, Florldn fin his Brut?turd "jn'y. '' uio.
oil' Elector. of I Wynne FergusonAuthor approval I and ask lo l ho dlmhaigodIN : 17th day May. A I' infs, at Ten
of such Kxeciitor. O'clock A. M. and Hhou < aim*. It >ny
i'. linl District solicit of PRACTICAL AUCTION BrUDOa Tills 18th day of Ma,'. J II2! YOI have, why said l"uti,..I K HI"uld not
D' i fully ;your L1 validated and ,
In June prl- --- J. P"I'PF.I.I.) h. otheraise -
rilnntlon, for ..ftldrnbraeel .L '* BxeiMitor Last Will I I I ,and | tho allegations or thn snlil IKtltlon -
U i.' Senator 1927. Huv.\ .. I will be taken foiifemied
I' the coun- I Copyright by Jr. TeslAiiient f M"H..11: \ i I. an by
i ?'iulphtivs. cli'reitscd.tL.lt.I.i .
I. Hrndford.E .
,1 I
I nRBTT; M. JOHNSlirPHniKNTATIVn I :; 111-01-7-18. IS OIUiEHKI that I'hl itt nutloe
ARTICLE No. 2ft be lull"h..1 unc a week for' Threw
1\ (H." 1111 1)(11. ii.iri: : \ weeks before Ch,' 17th

: One of tIle novelties of recent bidding just as easy tn make three odd ;in RC). thy' of May A. l LI. 1118. In th> itriaci.r"rd .

nil niiito the public is the great attention l..inpai.1/ to di"- trump as three odd in hlarls. At the .By. the power venteil, In them hy iiottsuapvr Ciuinty Lull T<.ils'l" tail," In a weekly: '';

Dilate for Uepre on- tributitm.a player bids no-trun111anll former and the l.ittrr the'law' of Plorl.la the Hoard of Hrndford IJ.rk.
score moans game I I'lililli-' lnet rtlct ion of Bradford l"ull y, 101101. S 1
i: ,ill) rd County, subject! second ha nil take-outsl\re docs couny. '" at I at
') voti-rs, at the com 'hL9BC5, many not a good pl.iycr should bid no- I| Urrohy cnlls I election to be Ih.l'I..t
1 IS28. In soliciting,' view of distribution that wbuld not game.[ Y, therefore, bid one no-trump nistrlct of on electing Juno 11.i three 1928. for the purpose ? my hand and the seat .

( promise If elected.orvlceglve have been<< considered sound under old and all pasted In the piny of the hand thn mllliign for trustees the ensu andtMHtmalng of thn Circuit Court of BradfordCounty

j >\ii'n". make my record meL H practice and theories. For example: he made three odd, game and rubbers, hug two yearn. April.Florida A. Li. ,928.U. this. the 26th day"ot j

of while at hearts Z could have For thn n-potic of holding saidiloilli.n .
IK my scored l W. ALDERMAN.
Ilearfs7,4ClubsQJ,9,7,6,2 o. I..in .. ., '
V lien j \\ \\ attermi -
well done :
u> to Tfl$ only three odd. Clerk Court, forProd
and J. II.
n HiiilKi'H UIK nl'I..lntl\1\ r.n.'t: : :
I 1r"lthful\ servant I It is on h.tndi of this that the! managers. I y Florida.I ,-
It! support. Iiamonds-A 7 5 3 A. LI. CUKWS.Solicitor ,
I A. 11 ,
progressive;: player, the one who is constantly SITHHRSTT:o ,
J. T. BARNES 8 ror I
Spades- l'Ii ..
"i lion" i l'1"Sfir 1.tt. 1.27.1.l
trying to improve his ((.!mC', li.it ii n winaiN( ?

r in unea myself a can. Y such an advint.tKe over one of the old' "lary S-ll-Ri i !_.-.!*1s.: '11 UIKIM ir 'I t I ( ..( ..:I ';
: t I. to notify I will
c "j\ >IItce of Representait school. If this HnalvHis li.isn't conincedyou 'I'hll you tnt '
A B .. responsible for debts
: J.esrlsliiture. andi I : :
1 the support of Z try out the theorici presented:! in contracts, checks" or for moneymade \
upon : t 1\U'I'I1oI 4)1.' sIiiitie'i'e: s t I.,] draf \
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these two hands and the result willspt'ak by my wife
electors of Bradford
I From Mary Dahntte't Home Economic Kitchen, Kraft Chctit Co. for itself. I site. already left "'lTn.lrrhlll Ib4nd.

J. L. FRAZEE No score, rubber game. Z dealt bid one Notice Is hereby. given that thnunilfiiilgiieil [ oned havlnr and board.
stock I Here is. a problem hand l th.it lirin!:s I .I W. J. it'i'ers'.t ns ') l : 1934.
Not sulphur and molasses for eprlnij rice In the bacon fat Add ana no-trurhp and A passed. Y noted that n.
I out very forcibly one of the most important Sheriff of Hrmlfi.rd County. !1"I..rhl". 4-37.r.l- -.2"f_ ',;
tomato and cook until rice is tender he held a badly balanced hand -six: lNlImlH"L
revel But the choice l-r and .
myself a. ain. anymore)I' new point in connection with the un< bv virtue of n crrtiiln t>" -
.rebwnounc" Add and the ingredients. clubs four diamond heart. and I'fiitlon i I '
fin nomination for the of- I peas remaining two IsHiilnir uul..t ami umlvrI 11 Till- IM'III.IC:
with the added double
( iprlng vegetables! laformntory : I ho cccl l of the Civil ('ou't nf
repr> .,>ntatlve In the leftlsla- Including baconCorn'roinatocs.Cherse one spade, the so-called 6-4-2-1 distri- J

Irnm Bradford county, subject piquancy ot cheese are prepared .> bution. lie was a very good player and Problem No. 29 P -.';ta.l: In and for I'uvnl:: County, Tnkn. nulli-u Hint aity one furnishIno '
beiirlntr dnte
the III' h day nf
I I ,f the Democratic prlJtt -, specially to tempt the\! lagging! appe- knew that' hand containing a singleton March, A. U. $ I ; ninturliilH or 111'1,11". to or per J
held June 6th. 1928. IfLI I small elov 1 any I heartsQ 5 3 .1 :111191. hut onrtHlitiii I liilinr fur. contractor
-remise b( faithful and eon- tite. I enCirllc saltI or void suit and one very long n so ,e li.. .:I 'I h.i iI':i : I HariUvnre I fiii-mliiK any nniUcomluinlna ,
I ; teaipoon mill-contractor or -
,Iou jervlce and respectfully Baked Potatoes Au Gratin tablespoon butteaspoon, pap suit is vt'1)seldom/ of any help for -a Clubs A, 6, 5,4 : Y : I Company: a corporntlon tea a pliilulirr I I doing work persons on the 1 public

1 thf ; of all Democratic t.r ru ,. On the other hand if DUmonds -:- K, C), o : \ R I nnd H O. .MUHOII was Itelldllnll loinls of "'('tint'y, Florida, 7 7In
IUPpOrf, N. KEN DIUC} Six potatoes suitable for baking 1 can corn Vk eup lomat. "0I no-trump. playedat Spades A. 9, 8 : Z hits 1 1"I..d upon HM lh,' property, orI nny Ir",1o"11 ""' ,,. do so attheir .. f
suit holds of I lie said al
it dvfendiint (1.
a great possibilities Mason
when thoroughly baked in hot oven minced plmasto reqI antI liaiard, for the .

n'b.: .innonnce myself a enn"h remove. and carefully cut tops in tour cup. grated Toast game. Y, therefore bid two clubs all Score Y-Z game in and A-H 18 on thesecond t that I Iliadford: :certain County: iurop"i'ty, Fliirldu: :; sit, uVHcrlliudIIM unto i lit: lli.nril, OWI" Hi.nil Trusttit-M will In n4 of
cheese bn liable for the
nlTlre of Representaff of passed and he made five odd, gameand follows way payment $
sections removing potatoes Zdealt
Hi,..ilford County, subject to salt Rub the garlic over the pan. Add rubber. If he had disregarded the distribution game. bid one no.I rump. All iu,*. ;hnn'II..... furniture, hardware t lie snniM.HOAIU' .
ana TRuSTEESfly
Mash and add cream. butter. and A doubled. Y LJ bid I > ( ONO ,
.'I| >< Democratic primary the fat and melt it Stir In tire corn of his hand and passed hispartner's panned, t\\) situ' 1 nil good sad rhiittplM |In- H. R o
Jih., .'h If elected will prom I no3t pepper to taste Pill potato skins salt and tomatopurl's. bid clubs and 1 Z bid two notrump.'hlt| I'litfil i i In I ho siorn' building I I formerly I MATTII WM '
paprika Z could '
t"! '.i UK..I honest discharge ofi again. Then place piece ol tlicea pimento. no-trump only should A bid? An analysis i of the ini i- conilui'li'd' hy i It. c)I. MIISOII at Stiirki', 4-I-G-I-t 'J
and and turner until hot Adit have made the odd at Be fji J
I i the office I respecl.lli four no-trump. on I llnidford Conntv Vlnrldii. '
American cheese in the sections A will be in tin-
"' our support.O. the cheese and sr.tr until It Is melted the lookout for this type of take-out. pies confronting given tutu will oflVr (for nale for I h. tunpone :U'I.'I'JCI" l'llnlA'rl
W. HAZEN of each potato Return to oven until next article.A of '
cheene Is melted and brown Sprinkle Then add the >eaten egg and mw I There ia ta\c-outB. this theory great deal has been written about he en itt, property satisfying nt snld lh 8 irnnt exevuti.nI iloinnf :-\.. No. 020520. -1 1J 1.rlnl
-- well Poui over slices: ot toast COO of distribution If Interior IT.
of the
partner the ounlv I
with paprika. gc.nlsh* with parsley the duties of fourth hand and the i y ( ''U'1 I louse In Itriiilfuril I..p.rll"nl|
('OI'II'I'Y: .n:00.1 serve at oneeOllt..h bids no-trump and you have a well- i.i.c| County, Florida. on thti 1th il.ivnf 1.11 Oll Ullln..vll..
I i mnounce that I will be a Pen It.illenne: balanced hand evenly distributed of hand that j justifies a Lid in this position .limn, A. l>., 10lK) !between tliii Apri 14.NOTIC11 1\
re-election to the office I CnullOowfT nith PiirrneaxiflCanned among after three hands: haxe patu.cd i hours: of i-li'Vwii o'rloi-k I In tln> forniioon Is luirehy that William
1 !Indue of Bradford Count I .lIeea bacon t. Clip ...i.tedLa caulinuwtf ia betted in the the four suits there is no reason for a Very little however has been anti and two o'rlitrk, 1 I In hit aftt1nomt. !'- F. i'uwell, of Blarkn I Florida "
I \ ubjec-t to the Democratic sup rice eh..e. :take-out. For the same reason! if part- third ami mid will thi'ii nnil, I""','"' HI.II!! who, oi, I Hei-einber I21'928. madelloiiii.nl .
Hr he held June 6th. 1928. ;. sup mea' stock I Ublu.p nitneelI usual way or fresh couimowei ur ner bids a suit, second hand and about hand vli.it he dioulil Hnlil' piTMonal proiiorty' to I itu< hluhHt ,>a.I llll'V.: No. 120.,29.. !) for t
IP 'irt 1"o appreciated. oup strained Da..ley cooked. Kfter which the Howerets are passes do when the fir t.two pl.ivrrs hive nnd bent blddor fur raNh Houth hllit "." 1Il.rler.

(OKO. A. OARDtNKU tomato .14 IOIISDtRM .alt separated orusbed oner/ with melteo you have a fairly strong and evenly passed. The fotl \\l'xamplu baud i ia ii< W. J. MIMM'IHSON.SherllT : i' H.ftlon It). Township B ","lh. Itange
I oup peoa teoRponn distributed hand and nu more than : I llrndford I i County\ :ai: Mast Tallahassee l.rhll"n. tttisthou \
injured oiie5 sailCut cutter put in a oaklnfi dish and \good illustration: notion of hel'hr.'o'ulir
1'\:\ ASSESSORny three of your partner's suit bid one no- B-4-8t-l-l.( Klorlila. (
the oacon into\ smnli pieces an isouk sprirtklod over with grated Parmesan Proof, establish claim .
announce to the publicI With this of hand the
trump. type so- Problem No. 39 t 11I'II'I'I": '. 'II.I. : to the land ahove t"l'rlb..d. teforei'intrls.
I candidate for until Remove iuia brown and baked until bot and richly otuwo. / liri.TIM1 TO <
in a the olllcent crisp
called 4-3-3-3 type of distribution,there I.CI"'I' "UI.U'INN: Circuit Court at Blarke.. Klor-
An essor, subject to the willaters lic.trtg-8, 6,4 thn let day of June, 1928.Claimant '
,. '/ at the coming Demo. is. a better chance for game at no-trump Clubs-9 7 hl"l on wltnfHMisKrqd -. .
,.-. Primary 1928 In election for to '*e held Lake Worth Work started -- -- NOTICE than at the suit bid. For example: I Diamonds-.. K, 8. 4& TO WHOM IT MAY COVCKHN; : : NOTICH HiiHsoe nf tl"rk. Florlils :'
flaking this 1M
olllce IIKltMIIV: I1VMN' THATAiitomiitdu Flurlila.
of ,
'v. (1. Htarr,
J-a\ hut I am thoroughly faml- establishing airdrome on IfiO-ucre Hearts- 8, 4.. 3 Spades-A, Q 10,9 pollclf-s Nos. in.iroi: iii131b49 Newton $ tlnrk". of Starke, .'
with the duties pertaining tract Clubs-At.6DiamondlIO,8S I inclusive. Nos. 1832112 toI < ,
adjoining Green A
Mr and promise If elected I acrs city 'of rpvivalmeeijngs:! will : Y : dual) Int-liiMlvu, mid NOM 2JH37H to Flnrlll.A.! H. hln.', of fifarka Flor\Ia\ ,<

illnchnrffe the duties of ald' of- by Palm Beach County Airways. begin the Fourth Sunday in Mayat SpadcsAQ,7,2A An 23 SOn inclusive: of the Colorilttl i'ii'uLlntierwritcrs : ; ttrlck (HOOIUIK: C. ( ,
: : Itranrh
lit the same personal.m..l..ntI.urt. I of National I Ileglater
1 ..,,,,. manner that I have Canal Point-Florida East Coast the Free Win\ 7iai)tlst church in \ I Z r'lre I I..". (St,. of Hartford requiring 4-20-Rt.B-H! : .
"lie tore duties.-and will boon lirooker I : y : for heir validity I ho counlpfnlgiinture Foil ;
.ir when you come to make your Railway considering: advisability II of n. duly aiithorlxml anti llrens- !1'I'U"10'1'1.1"1'11'11: :
No rjiblwr 7. dcali and
11 live me a trial. I will npi.tli of These services-will be conducte : ; score, ;, R.IUILIf i't agent have linen lost. Since t !IOBpiillfles ,, 11':1':1
(, .1 I and will show my appre- constructing 2 1-8 miles of by the J 2Noscore.rulbergTznle. passril', and A altt! > tiassnl I, hail ia have nnt I linen regularly
''r.. '1mv. work. I earnestly track from Okeecnobee branch to pastor flev.. If. C. Drown I' justifiable third ham bid 1 and if so. I'riiintftrHlgntid. Insiiod or ai'rountcd. NfiTir-11 IS HKHFBV: OIVKM that '.

t in support. asslHted by Rev. 3. \V. IIlRhtowerof 'dealt bid whit KliouM it be? for. nor any premiums reoolvtMltlii'i'i'iinilT T. J. Alderman, holder of Tax Cer-
Mom' Sincerely E. W. HAYES Southern Sugar Co's. mill. one l by I tlilH,; ConiiHiiiy I I hey I liniate I No 173: 4th day' of August, ,
-S Macuii Ga. The publle\ IH cordially heart and A passed. Y noted tli.it he 'An analysis! of thin h H"I and or 1r ulll, .In* \'tiliieii.sM and void In thehniKlx A. I. l 924. ban tiled suld certificate

.. Clewlston'York JlrollresllnJt: invited to attend( these ser- had an evenly distributed hand and pri neiphi's, timluiKinn I th I t..d I 1 li.ind, in.; .. \vlioiiiHot'Vir' they may fall I In .itt"'" 'and tiiadi ,application for ';

.i whj'01 announce reelection that to the T am office a can-of I rapidly on construction of bit sugar vices. I knew that with thin typeuof hand it ia. ", will be given in tlie HI.X.L. ... li;,L. unit lllt-K-nl any 1 nnd claim I fraudiiU'iit tI"'III\ am tax i
ntjBHessor of taxes of Bradfordfly I mill of Southland Sugar Co rape. should' ,.., rnturnod to the I'it- briu-oK, I Him f.lowln.I I described. properly
Florida subject to the I Problem No. 31 It in S. 5 C. ..m,... of the t'ornpany.No county.
t* >f the voters at the comingir I .-'P here.Ft. I t rlHlm I of HIIV niilure I pill lpt.l't ting I Florida' to-wlt.: !
i \ .election and solicit your '1 lCn.\l | U..arta.S2ClubaK.J,10.6 : ; Kant:: half of Non h'.t quarter" of ,
Myors---KT-: Pcr-y Sorvfoef.tatfri CO'UIOfnXSG: : I I in I lie luiHt'il upon HIHIII will tot rvrotrnlxpil -
kort In asklnar for re-elortlon I tlu* c't The Koulhwost I (I liii rt l I to wn- -
hy >' pulillo H..lnn I
TI >r. a record of courteous, ef- ?!, Kar.t Fort ?.* :! 'opc-no:L Hy Spud Johnson mpany. .
yora Diamoml.-A will I nlpiiHfi tnkn iiollri* ""' 'ru inal. ship B, Mouth .
>nt and helpful service to the I ______ _. ___ __ _, I j I J. 10,3Spades COI.ONIAI I. I'Mlthl ITNOMUWItlTKItS I I : : Thn itsBBssnient C2 said property :
I I' ,>f Bradford county and 10. 9, 8 .. iiiidnir said p.irtlllcnte Issued, was lathe '
ItruiK-h of Nallonal I I Klrvi! I liiHurauuCo.
fad yi>u favor me I will continue I .duties.. of. th** ofti"e' my .'nr"'ii" r 'n.uiil.oua ; Hearts-K, ],'11\ 6,4 1I1.11rllQ, 7 .. of Hartford.Hy nama of .1. S:, \l'rro: insun. -1 t 1diziy
''v. 'mi that same helpful serviceRiven I uit.ntlon. |H"M.ctCllllv.I TEACIUNQ BY EXAMPLE Cluba-QS,3.2 : -Jl i ('1111>14DiamondsQ.Ij,4,3 Halbola llruc-d unit Co., unless said certltlcale shall be redcemid -
'v, In the past. Very re- > ::; utrwiHirik : :: I rmitral! Agent. to law., tax: deed
f truly. I : A B 1 l Diamonds! ), 7,11:1: 5.4-Ct-A-l. C',11Imbh.I *:1. C. will 1'orllnl. on the 14th day of
N. i 'W'ATN"WTtTOn'l"rF.11IT1'J (; '-.. t.Oil.uhaSIOvl.1t.: HIST. :2 Our-weekly i ?raci-* '.nono : -z : J1oIJcI-A., K, 6, 5, :2 ,I..u.P. 1921. '
I hereby announce myself a. candidate puper had an article this\ llt'h day of
\ 111':11'1'1"1'11'1'1': IMI: \'IIMI10 Apri A
< n1''OlT: PUIIMO I>- for election as county commissioner -. the other day that told about a Hearts-A 9 3 I.OtT IMII.ICIIOt. n-J.I.I "'
STHDCTIONpi from District' 2 Bradford (I. W. AlDERMAN
announcing. as a candidate' for county. If elected I will give the doctor over at Starke 'who had Clubs-T\,9, 8, 7 Clerk Circuit Court, ,

portion to the office of Snperlnl district and county the best ser- bought a barrel seed duster and .... Diamondrt -K' TO WHOM IT MAY rONPKHN.: N- Bradford County Florida. ;
[l of PubTlo Instruction of vice of which. I -capable. Hespect- ... TICH) IH IIMItlOHY fllVKN THAT 4-n-5t-B-ll.
llforfl, county, 1 promise. If re- fully submitted. H. M. McRAII : It over to the :farmers: Spades.aQJ,7.4,3Nescorerrubbergaine. Klre Policies\ NIIS. 78370 to 78400/ ),
rted.. the around there to InclUHlvn. of the c'olonlal Fire I'ndnrwrlters -
same faithful performof :nse free of charge. 01" KHAI. ;
.. the duties of this office and Z dealt and bu:I six of hearts. Y pJayelthedeuee- the Branch. of Natlonnl KlreIns. II"'IUOI

maintain' as grat an Interest In COI I hereby NTY COMilIqeiO'8EIL.-.TIST.announce myself a candidate :3- I call this an example of good clttlzenship. .. One spade, A bid two hearts, Y bid ta'rpade. I queen and Z the trey. It now led hut Co., of Hartford, requiring' for date I

I welfare of 'the children during for re-election as county corn- and D bid three hearts. Z bit I eight, Z played the ace and A and Y their duly validity: :niithoiUcd, .tho cniinturslirniitureof ami:: licensed the Sixty iindwrslKnf-d Pays after Administrator.thnreof. of ,.

ft.next I hereby four years solicit ns vnn I have" vote.In the mist loner from district No. 2. If reelected The Drat thought that three spades( A and Y passed and II I followed 1 suit. How nhoi.ld: Z play the ngpiit a have .heou. lout. Htnce' thosepolU'len the Kstate: of Mary I. 1lllhnn de.I'easxd ,-

II. B. WlJINS I will continue bent giving serviceof the entered- .doubled. Z and A passed and Y re hand from now on? :Solution: in tugnext I hav.. not .heen ri'gularlyiiMintiTHlunid wll presniit and
district and couny the my mind when 1 started readingthe I or iMHiu-d whli-h fnittho I I I iippnunt 1 the t Honorable. flep.
ioubled.. AU passed and A opened thc article. 1"11110
w hlch I nni ranable. :J. O. CBKWHrt undnrHliriied, lnc'al I agont herebyptilillrly County Judge. t.f Brad \,
hereby Announce mvself a canlite article was that the doctor nllli'niM, or for, IHrln.r., l"lu'hl. fur their approval '..'
for the office of Superintend- COMMICSiOF.R, T I a drug store and
perhaps then nor lilly h..r.
9 of Public Instruction because the Brooki-r: boys- and to Orangedale vU the new l.r""lun. r""I.
of TlradM I hereby announce myself a candidate uinler by t Corniiiiny, hey will ins such Administrator.Thl. .
County, subject to the action of for re-election county was selling an extra good dust but made six :1I : 1925. \
as rounds In the Jast insting SlianJs bridge) Sunday. vii i tieloss I volil In the nnndH of iJIb day of Aprn ,
f primary' June 8t1,. I earnestly commissioner, district' three. It reelected MA'r'rFiEW'
the E. 8.
story went on to say that the wliomsonvtir they ,may anti Ally '.,
and had three base
Mt' ) men on fnl .
ynur vote and support and If I will continue to give the Ailrnlnlstrs".r.Hstate
Mm. Henry Bennett.f JackHotivllle claims I ivotu I.
J tart I promise In return a fair people Bradford county a faithful doctor had nothing to sell except- and one man down. WAen the n ml '1.r.un'r. found' they 11.1,1 of Mary B Itrigliam. ,Iecr ,."'1 "

|Iiirr.1 1 Impartial administration of the and efficient performance of the duo better methods of. farming. day .after -spending several days returned to her home Sun iMt rettrn".l to the (Columbia, H. C.Kltlre 4-18-9t IO'I'ICl'i .
the office, devoting my tle of the ofHce working always forth of the r ..mJ'"Y' No claim of
( < ind energy to the advancement best Intersts of the <-nnre vonn- Bill Nettles district agent.of the here the guest of .Jtrs. J. &. Star- Cl --- any nature purporting I to its lia so.l TO IM1IITOII1 AND ;

|thf "'ause of education tv. :J. I... urmFnh1Ir..L: .._ ling ,,, \ .\ i11l" M) CI.I'.IIKH: I'HI- "I"H lh..1 will be rei-ognlxpil. by the tuKnrronv
RespectTullv. extension service, told me later ; I
The will
N IItv leLItIlOPreriact : Company nubllr please -- '
A.' J. QRIFFIS FOIl "COMMMM01IB1I! T....4 that he asked the doctor 'why he Mr. and 'Abra. Dewey Bennot and lake;: notice aroordlnitlv. Notice Is hereby given that :1l"
reirn'otfully' that I I hereby announce myself a COIfNIAI. l"i itl'i : 5.14' ,
am "
announce re-election l countyronmlNsionE'r spent his good for the benefit children oC ... 1.. I.natey. INllHWHITNHl creditors, LeR'"teA", T1"lrlhute.* -
indlitnte for the office of County candidate for as money Lawtey, spent aanday I Co.. of I Harlor.l. all rson. having \ (
4 (I. T f. t'mirre. rlerk and James Tins- p
mrlnlendent'' of Schools subject. to from and dtatrlct Oraham No., andf of the farmers of Bradford here with ruiitlveu.Airs. J. A. howe and Tl. A. Klanchlrerlnrt By Bruce antI Co.. the, Instate of Kate Livingston 1 lieceaseil. -, ,?
Hampton Theressa Onneral Agent "
rules and regulations of the ::1'11.; ; required to present >\
\ re-elected will continue to <<\lve Bradford county. The mi>n.replied J. W. OrlJllJt 'wall shmtpplngIn itispeetoyp.. it-4-lt.iI-1. Coliimtil.'i" H. <*, hereby authenticatedto
morratlc primary to be held on the county the best service I am \<.. 2. Mark <'''..rtliK. > their' claims duly
that I "'m In every capable of. I solicit your support at Starve Satarday.lira. : A. Kentt. cleik and (let NMTU'M O.rlln.
.y qualified to give the duties of the June 5th. ;Lewd: to prevent diseases and White." A. J. Thcitnus and AubreyI'rrrliirt .ntv-Slxth Judlrlal f'oiintv .Tin!*' of nrudfnrd v, J
primary In Court Twi
'JIIICK efllclent and competent MePledging ,- G. W. 'JTrNSOI'fI J. f. rOrlffls sand baJiy of Mnnre. I n.Jf'<"to,.... fl rcn j-iradford Florida for bin approval within one ?f!
"i. he thought the farmers would ... County, from date thereof. or thin no-
a full and faithful ! .. year
"'hnrire of the duties of the. of- COUNTY coMMnsionp nisT. a maw more money by following Newbenry .Is Tlsitlag .relatives :.8. I. I'.k, clerk and TF.. Smith '110.11. Htarke In Ch"nc"ry.Ciy municipal cor tire will he held. In bur thereto and. -'.,
C to the best of my ability. I rewtfully -I I hereby announce myself a candidate here. A. '\V. Andersi,.. and .J AV .Andrews, I all persons Indebted to the said estate -

ask your support. for county eomml<,..loner. Dhi- thl practlce- Jr. In..p..clor.J.r..tlW'f. I"latlon..t it loner.vu. are required to pay their saul
debts forthwith to the nnderslrnednilmlnlstrntor.
Respectfully Hrooker and 'tf.. 4. GrebemCfl.esley .
trlct No. 5, comprising .
C. '1'. riAWITOTtNTOCI.F.nK New River. If elected -promise a Of course he could get out and .................... :... Votttt clerk and .1. A. Was- Slate of Florida. This 23rd day of

faithful and efficient performanm preach seed treatment but that dll\.')". T. Abernathy and Tl. 8. Byrd JlKHpondcnt.Prtltlnn March, 1925. I.IVTNO8TON
: CIRCUIT COtTWT duties of the office and will lnsjt ftors.lpr GEORGE
of the tn Vnrtttlete Pnnde.TO
I njrt-hy announce to the voters of work for the best Interests of the would not convert many farmers.: : HIGHLAND : .-f-ln t n' .. 1S, fhrmptitsiI. THP1 CITIZKNM ANn TAX Administrator,

ilfora for the County that I am a ...andlIe county.. K. T. OSTEEN By placing the duster At thelt'dlsposal .Iee M. B. nieke.-C IK- Adklnii. clerk l and J. <;. Kkane PAYIOim OH1 TilE CITY OK $nint5 Kstate. of Kate Livingston Deceaaeil.ajOTKrl .,
Circuit William In-
office of Clerk of C. (L-Manlre cad J. 1. HTARKFl. AND At.1, PHIMSONSINTKItKHTKD
'IIrt. I shall to men treated their teed .
be grateful many
.v'ona' for their support very and vote COUNTY COMM81OEfl.: f I9T. 5 ....................... .p"-rIfe Freciset ...... C. Tb.r.ssft. OltKIOTINit: : TO 1F.I'f'OI'l ANn CHKD
for the first time-meat who /otherwise You and each of ynu will take notics -
the primary election to be held on 1 hereby announce myself a candidate C llelh. l rk unit fJ. Wulllvan. 1'1'01
the of
that City a municipal
,.oday.i June Bth. 1JZ8. Having for re-election for county would not have gone to the K. I). Tfescott It. ;'f:4@il"and John Hull, ftark."e laws

rv.j the County In this capacity commissioner. District No. 1. cornpricing trouble to' do it. lnisle.ters.Prerlert, .. of the rnrporatlon.unler, by and Notli-e Is hereby. given to all
r."dy Brooker and New River and Highland, May 11.-II. t>. HIlte
everyone Is familiar with my Pretl-I Ii T. lew Wlvrrfl. through City Council hits flail) creditors leg-atees, distributees an4
ork and your support will be all If .elected I will continue to give the cott more familiarly gown a."Bud" I. W. Andrews rlerk avid }>. W I. the above styled'court, all persons having claims avalnst
more appreciated I Bradford county the "same If the farmers make more money K. 1"'. Itenfroe nnil H.! C. Crewsinspevtorat. w p.Iron .
by me. teller, derensed.
tt\"uft. te. the 24th day of April the Instate: of Henrietta llrown.
F: I liaIn thepant "fucle Bud" of the Itll.r
that or ou
fomlse continued faithful service.Q. In the .community -
for allconcerned every person A. I'. 192$. tn have the IHHIIM of Ten are hereby present
W. ALDERMAN ; always doing my best I pioneer residents ..f this :aectlon, Precinct ti. *J. flro..fc_ I'housan'l (110,00000) dollars worthof their claims duly u"t.te'ol I -
looking after the Interestof will benefit from it. like to see ,.
M P Msthi-ny clerk and J. J. Mn lird.in.r. .
bonds, as authorised by the City ed. to the honorable tt
Fort TAX COLLECTOR the people the same .a. I would business and professional Men realize died at his borne here Wednesdayafter ( ounrll of the. City of Htarke and as County Judge "f Bradford

M lfliving" been urged by my friends my own personal artalr.I. R. (TAINPIT. this point. The doctor wlU a short Illness. lIe was a FOR MONUMENTS provided for by law validated and County Florida, within one year
feeling that I am dulv qaallfled.n thin notice will
confirmed by decree of the above from lnt* hereof or
r"ir announce my.elf M candl- uI"'r sAt very likely ret good returns from h'ghly respected citizen: and num- styled ouurt. be held In bar thereto, and all persons .
Me for omce of County, Tn: Coltor MRMIIP.lt SCHOOL 1I0\l11J bered his friends by his acijualnUncea. And that on day nf April l, Indebted to said estate are reijmrtfwil -
solicitation of thevol..r. this Investment In actual cash as
; :
for Bradford County P-lorld the earnest tJJ..4hl: their dohts forthwithto
A. P. 1P?$. an Issued nut ofthe to nay
bJert' district No. 1. I have" lie of the Jea.j.Ing :
io the Democratic Primary .. In school well as good will. was one Markers coping or said Court the mate of the underslKn Administrator
re-election as !
"t June. decided to return for any- of March.. MS*.
board from members of the Highland Tiup- Florida, requiring I It, through the Thin SOth day
W. E. TORODB.I member of the school I have a good friend l In another for cemetery l.tiorahU 11. V. Knight, State Atom J. <*. TI Rlnr.L .
Your support and vote tlst church and has of the thing your
as one
l this district. ey for the Tw.*nty-sl"th Judl- -. Administrator.... ;
hereby will be highly. appreciated.I. tKLITER state who lit also a doctor. lie has deacons been active In all church and III
, announce mvself n candlit .. W. lot. See our designs: \
for the office of Tax Collector done more fore the improvementof
work for a number of lie
I'' Rrndford County. I solicit the bill than years. prices before 'buying. -t
''Pport' of the voter. of the Countv. !MftinKK: JICHOOI lit \"" ."'IJvJ farming around town was seventy-one years old and up -

r" If .elected. promise the faitht'ulchar1. Having been urged hereby by announcemyself .. any other man. For years he has to the time of his last Illness had We deliver and erect our \We can charge your i :

r of the duties of .",Id of- District a No.1.candidate I for member of seen the necessity of diversified led a very active life having been work. YES 8 HRS .

C. A. KNtrwr.FOR the school board from this. district.MKMHKH and. farming and he Is gradually chang- engaged In farming and stock-

IIF.ItIPFT county It .hcted., the I promise best service the District nf which I ing his people from the cash crop raising.He THE GAINESVILLE STORAGE BATTERY In s'Smith's .

I her.1 announce my candidacy ant capahl. Your ...ppor( will her.rteted idea to live stock and: independentliving.
frr "nnR1'1 leaves a wife and the follow-
sheriff of Brandford county ..lIb.el ."" .1 'I" .
el'et t" the action of the voters at the hag children to mourn bill loss: MEMORIAL CO.
J ''Ary of June 11th. If elected I SCIIOOr ROtRIt PI --- Sn
, B. Prescott Slnnle Fanny and Lon i
p- "'".e the cltlaens: of the county TIIiCT I candidacy ........................
1'l''lent jaw. enforcement Impartlalipplli I hereby announce my board Prescott and Mrs. Henry Austin of Box 232Gainesville Garage

I > i 1 Tt will be appreciated from District No.2. and will "give : BROOKE 1I.e
nf the office my verY beet Mrs. of ,
W. MITCH EDWARDS the 4llll" Lawtey Oeorge Lastlnger Fla.
the voters see tit tn'' Hie* L le ttalaer. Car. <> ,
If .
attention. Your support Ic lIollelt..d S Daytona Beach and Melvin Prescott -

,/1,,hereby te for re-election announce myself to the a office can- .an"erne will h.. r.r.rertsted TT n MAYMEIIIF.R I ..+*.............++...+. of Lawtey and two grand togpi :

;h'r"I of Bradford county. If re- 811001. no 'nn. ni' T. Last Thursday May 3, the Starke children. Interment took place at

I '"I"d. I will a. In the past spare myself a can- ; here with Long Branch cemetery Thursday COFFINS & CASKETSand I I 1J-k: 1rJ I
I: Palm In the full discharge of the of the schoal baseball team came over CO.I)

I[ "' 'of the office. I earnently.so- jferIrlcfrNboer... If r..lect..4 the Idea In their head that they at three o'clock attended by a DAVIS & i, J
''I the ."PPort of the voter In the contInued faithful 'II.. a Fall Ll.. of
"liiilns; Primary Respectfully.w. .. I p.oml.e the the duties of this omc.. were going to beat Brooker but large number of sorrowing friends

:1. FPPERS. charge Tour .uppnrt of I. solicited and will he we fooled them. Our boys were and relatives. Rev. J. L. Strlck- Undertaken SuppUea

"Oil SVPlcRVIeOn OF REGUTRAr apor....".'..". A. B. MITRRPINCL not In the mood of playing at first land conducted the services at the I Li

r CONSTABLE KTBICT! thereby bat 0, boy you just ougfct to hare Long Branch church. The large AUTOMOBILE BEABSBAJwmrs INSURANCE
hereby that I am a can- myself a candidate -
I 'lat. 1 announce them In the last Inning. One assortment of floral offerings were
for the office of supervisor for re-election as constable seen .. kM4Tke fcsrt esrs .

! re"I"tratlon" for Bradford county. for district No. I. The vote and support -. of the Starke boys got angry and eantlful. st ... ...... pr4- Ss5al .5- .

'iTJrotl. toward>
"e. this omen, and I solicit your'Pport Hough was the catcher and madea a business visitor here Tuesday.Mrs. I j

- at the .lun. PIrnFtATT. CO sl-HIIC.Au.tln DISTRICT take S thl. bad place on his forehead. The H. C. WImberly Mrs. O. M. Id DEwrrr c. JONESrrARx1 i
.t H.
I'T'T' o.nnlIO'R-nrn'' 1. method Friends ot Ilnnnuncl"1I' hia eandilficy the P.ac.4.Ijeri. core was 8-2 in fan r of Starke Cribble. :Mia Ethat BJcks. MissBMk I'LA. STARKE FLA. i'I.$

_______!__ 'uMI far enoptable of Justice..lldt ot tM.-. tm Ik* la** ...... Tt $....-. WtmWrtT... O. R Br*..r '

Il4at.",,1It.,. .f.__icati..a MMmvv..far Sb DMrfe.:....S... .. .... ...t.v Ito. 1..cad. 1k. 6th. .u. pet.- Red free Wa! fce1 g.... -...,. a4uIIWf .... c.... C_ [ I -:- _

I. Lawte,. It elected I will sjlv the marl to be held June ,, :" '-' ,,;, '>..:.;::..,.,....

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chased by outside interests and subdivided into lots 25x125.

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished Your tax collector's books will show that FIFTEEN HUN-

1877Published DRED AND TWENTY-FIVE of these lots were sold in 1927 Feet Hurt

----.. -W." I, '' .. -- ., for taxes. That is Catts' increase in tax lists-from three When your You<
> 1' '! Second Class: pieces in acreage to 1525 pieces in lots!
.Fridays Entered .
Weekly. ,ogt 'I
Matter at the i'n'' >r Office( at arjkty r Florida
" 1 .. .. ." all'over';'
-- -- --- hurt
E.S.Matthews,1'. .. .f.".- -.__ ._ ,__--Owner, and PublisherJ. V

C. Kobirison ._ __ ._ --______ Managing Editor ER PENS '

., .-. -- L 92i'1 Find out now what your foot trouble "is,' .,

3;. SUBSCRIPTION HATE ,, -- and how to rid yourself of it

y Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 73c; -Payable> in Advance Cities are what men make emphasize the fact that a post at ___J, -

:'t" Advertising Rates on Application. them," says the Leenburg Commer- the wheel of an automobile In one A Foot Comfort ,
__ cial, And men are what their of public responsibility, involvingthe e
': Florida has no mean temperature. friends make them. Bradford safety of hundreds of peopleIn
I, ffstfcpwftThe> 0 County Telegraph. Married men the course of a day. Drunkenness Expertfrom
are what their wives make them, Is, of course, a relative mat-
reason for so many wide grins this week It opening -e. b. t. in Eustla Lake Region; ter, but whenever a man who has
Chicago quill be here
of the fishing season. Which no doubt accounts for that been drinking Is Involved in an
, sad expression on many women's automobile accident the burden of FRIDAY MAY 25tllSTERNBERG'S
o ,
faces. It Isn't always easy to smileat proof that his drinking was not responsible -I
The fellow who was cussing the cold weather a few days failure.-Lake County Citizen.o for such accident should J Starke, Fla.

ago is1 now hunting the shady spots. < rest heavily upon him. Whetherhe ,to give
r'' Live Oak man wants the next was actually "drunk" should l
, legislature; to pass,, a law prohibiting have nothing to do with the case, Free DemonstrationDon't
. Music week was observed in Chipley last week while the girls and women from wearing I since there are all sorts of degrees

: saxophone players were out of town. knickers. Bet a plugged nickel he I'' of drunkenness. Jacksonville

, 0 wears red flannel underwear from Journal neglect your feet. Even a corn is no trivial
October to May, washes his feet, --o-
f' Voters are warned to wear gas masks at the political neck and ears religiously every The Bradford County Telegraphwarns thing. No matter what foot trouble you suffer

.l elieaking; in Brooker next Friday evening. two weeks, talks politics and whittles against high voltage wires from-corns, callouses, bunions, tired, aching '
while his women folks do the through the county. There are feet, weak or broken down arches, crooked or
o work. Bradford County Tele- "live wires" in Madison county too Ej over-lapping toes, weak ankles,tender heels] per- i
Perry Herald says that married life resembles our American graph: This conservative gentle- but it Is not necessary to warn spiring or odorous feet-you can have quick and

two-party system in that neither party agrees with the man does not live in Live anyone against them.-Madison lasting relief.Dr. .

c.her.: ** .. -..- Oak and if he did we are sure that En .Scholl relieves?toolEaterqnlcklv tired. On the above date we will have at our store an Dr. SclioII'iW twe.k IL
h* would prefer that his Identity o- .chins feet. ,Tutor Expert from the personal staff of Dr Wm., M. StmtH surfs l fj...
o Live Oak wants the next and brokendown tun-ant I_
remain unknown, since It appears man
Scholl the noted orthopedic scientistWithout pe.e.ne.h, ,
archer Worn In /
. Avery Powell says the watermelon can be made a parlor that quite a number of the girls legislature to pass a law prohibiting .nr .h.... 93.fO per will how, nub. Walklrei.
r would be camping on his trail girls and women from wearing .. cost or obligation, this Expert pla.ura3icpa":
ornament. Maybe so, but nowadays they seem to prefer a Live Oak Democrat. knickers. Bet you a plugged nickel make an analysis of your foot trouble over your

I, squash w'ho carrots a lot of kale. -o- he wears red ,flannel underwear stockinged! feet on 'the Pedo-Graph. Ha will
'V. 0 Starke is up-to-date in every-I from October to May, washes his \' then explain] and demonstrate how the correct
: thing except the mall .-, feet neck and ears religiously every Dr. Gcholl Foot Comfort Appliance or Remedy
It is time for the poet to carve out something about the ,
\ Starke "Telegraph. The Telegraph two weeks, talks politics and m J J will ciy you immediate comfort, remove the M
; June bride.-Tampa Tribune. Some June brides do their always, reaches our exchange table -' whittles while his women folks cause: cf your foot ail

: own carving, if the gun is not at hand. In good time. Gainesville do the work.-Bradford County ment and restore
< Dally Sun.Starke 'ielegraph. Sherlock himself Dr. ScloU'! Tof-rlct Dr.Scltol/"FOtII
o tralghien.. crooked your feet to health TOPHYSICIANS IOCMheoo.oonl.._BA
-o- couldn't have deduced more from their normal ,,.
These are the days when one takes an ear of corn, bares and Lawtey strawberry one clue.-Madison Enterprlse- toe.I'M""n to wfh, c-..lfore. and strength. aching ne.l." ,tender burnini,tird(M '

his teeth, gnaws with relish, and comes out of the ordeal witha I growers have passed the million RecopJer.: rubber.M.d.ofpu..oh 75s eecU.. gum No charge is made refer 150 pee jars
You invited
and three-quarter quart mark and ---o- for this valuable ser are to
face full of butter.-Gainesville Daily Sun. And a tummy or bring your footIZJ
half in A from Santa
the million receipts. news dispatch vice. Take advantage
troubled patients to .
full of corn.Next Starke Telegraph. We'll bet we i Rosa county tells\ of the Improvement I of this opportunity our store during this
o helped eat the best half a dozen' in the price of cattle since : :: come in now. demonstration. The
boxes.-Palm Beach Independent.o I the cattle fever tick was eradicated. latest and improved n
month many new engagement rings will be held out
head of cattle appliances and methods -
----o-- I Sixty range own- FREE SAMPLES
on the left hand side of automobiles.-Times-Union. Next the opinion of a public which ed by an estate sold at auction for free of Wm. M. Scholl,
Come in and get a
month is the month when the wedding ring will be added to i cares considerably for its own life $27.00 a head the other day. Dr. SchoM' Bunion ample of Dr. Schoil's and M. D.correcting for relieving painful 0,'. /', N*Git
the engagement ring Avery. and limb it is hard to find a pun- Shortly before the dipping began Reducer initentlt re Zino-pads for Come.They feet will be fully .-.- .Heel hoetiHpplniudnl Liner pron.Ireve.bunionp.lnw .
,. ishment too severe for driving an two years ago the same type of cat duce. growth pre* relieve pain' instantly,and plained. bins.(fh.bfltii,mm
-o-- automobile while intoxicated. In tle sold for five dollars to ten dol- ...... U.pO {SOOO remove the cause-fric- oil...etacklryibktw
these days when nearly everybody lars each at an of eight 750 each tion and pressure of shoes. pair.r
"S" Is a dangerous letter in a controversy because i i1' or- average
' drives a car It Is worth while to dollars.\ -Hollywood News
turns words into swords.-Miami Beach Sun. And wear into I

' swear when a woman wants a new frock. TO THE VOTERS OFHIIADFORI six years. His unexpected death r i Modern Speedy Freight; Ships, Outclass Noah's Ark

0f ) COUNTY followed more than amonth of ill
'f, Resources of banks in Bradford county climbed from -- health. o --

! $!30OOO in 1907 to over one million in 1927, according to figures It Is being reported over the The deceased is survived by his t

V compiled by' the Florida Industrial Survey In 1907 the I county the school that busses I will if take elected.off or stop wife; two eons, Wallace of the U. "SPSSD/ @ J

figures were $230,784.28 ; in 1917, $675,335.96 ; in 1927, $1,. This report is unjust, unfair and S. navy, and S. L. of Kingsley, GJ 9EAt/E7' ,
' 094,682 absolutely untrue; being spreadfor five daughter; Mrs. Lucille Carpenter $ I/ PS'r.; .%

----0 the sole purpose of misleadingthe or Tampa, Minnie, Alma, Mar- Or. '

4 i' The Clermont Press desires to know what has become oj, "What public.I did say was "that I ,, garet, and Idalee, who live with =S | JJi

the heroine who used to flag the fast express with her red would give the boys and girls of (heir mother'' one brother James MSS l
Bradford county adequate trans Silcox, two sisters, Mrs. Rachael ?i spi&rTi
petticoat. She is
.., gone but not forgotten.-DeLand News. We'
portatlon Instead of what Coleman of St. Augustine and Mrs.
never saw a woman with a red petticoat in Florida.PalmBeach I they have." M. Carpenter of Tampa. '

Independent. Your eyes going bad? Respectfully, laeelre a5M.e S. I
A. J. GRIFFIS Funeral services and intermentwere
, 0
. Now that the Thursday half-holidays are coming on we r 8II-AH 8.-SILCOX ,. held at Kingsley ,Lake, ceme-
tery, Rev. L. W. Klckliter,'offlclat-
newspapermen will have to work just a little bit harder to get --
Silas S. Sllcox, 67, one of the Ing.
ertough to fill up with.-Sanford Herald. Newspaper men will oldest residents of the Kingsley

neyer get theirs until they get to Heaven.-Clay County Lake section died at his home early MANNING
Times. Then most of them will go unrewarded. Monday morning May 14th. He a
was born near Lake Kingsley on
;i" -o May 7th, 1871 and had spent -
'II "Former Starke resident now In Asheville writes that he practically all his life there. J. C. Manning has purchasedfrom
He was married to Miss Arthur Williams the
reads the Emily Magnolia -
Telegraph while
taking his
regular Saturday bath. Burning in 1903 and to this union Cafe building on Call St., partly
For that reason we will have to hold up our plans of making were born 11 children, seven of destroyed by fire several monthsago. -

the Telegraph a semi-weekIY-8tarke Telegraph. What if whom are now living. The deased Mr. Manning has not matured p R ;Y A'> D .. tK'M f t 1 1el4
Starke to was one of the most widely known his plans for the building, but
gets be
a city with which
a daily in severaleditions.
and respected inhabitants of Brad- he will either occupy the place
V .-Clermont Press. lIe would not survive the unac- ford and Clay counties. He wasa with his store or else make a ren-

customed exposure many days. deacon of the Kingsley Lake /tal property of it. Work on repairing a rra
Baptist church of which denomination the building will start t
< o he was a member for thirty- shortly.
. 1 r That Live Oak man who objected to women wearing

knickers Is hearing from the "weaker" sex In no uncertain University Sounds Neiv Note

language. One writes: "Two-thirds of the girls and womenof WlhoI

our county are doing the work that should be done by husbands In Education-"Common Sense"A ,

fathers and brothers, both in town and on the farms. still newer trend toward the practical I .NOtII--II'S F/ql .'' RS'FRErGNT IfJP vn- O -MOlVrREI9HARBOR r n 'I

So I say, if they have got to make the living, let them wear in education Is shown In a resent 1
the announcement that the University When Noah built His Ark he little Today freight steamships are not ventilation permits the carriage,+<6
pants. :And you can pack that is your pipe and smoke on of Vermont, of which Dr. Ouy W,, Knew: teat his craft was to be the only built for carrying cargoes safely out deterioration, of apples and( "<
it. Ballsy Is president, has a fund from forerunner of practically all modern but also for speed. fruits. tPd
which to reward "common een e." freight steamships, especially those The live new 10.000-ton freight Europe today looks to CaDldJ'
. 0 Vermonters have long been known carrying live stock and' perishable. steamships of the Canadian Pacific the United States for the M" D
fl The voters of Bradford can &t pick (i more capable man as "practical" people. This claim to goods. I operating on the St. Lawrence water foodstuffs and livestock. rod "
, for fame has been emphasized In late Biblical authorities agree that the boulevard to Europe from Montreal necessity of delivering cargoes< W"J:
governor than Hathaway. lIe will not promise you the years by the acts and edicts of President Ark was 625 feet long with a brwtdth are the last word In up-to-date feet condition baa been fuu/
, moon for your vote, but you can depend on him to do Coolidge who has been regarded of 87 feet 0 Inches and a belgitt OJ<< freight steamships They are equipped with la these new apeed.JfIIII! ;
every 03 feet fl inches It built of with the
> al typifying the practicality and warn latest Improvements, refrigeration :steamships! of'the Oanadiwr
thing possible a governor can do for the welfare of the state. "horse sense" of New Englanders In gopher wood; cypress coated with for perishables, with ther- Sailing on a weekly schedul fill
I lie ha demonstrated his ability for handling big undertak- general and Vermonters In particular ; pitch was three ".tor1.." nigh neb mostatls devices Insuring the main :Friday, from Montreal; nist a
A new application of the practical story consisting of a number of oompartments tenance of temperatures as low as 15 elapse after leaving port, *J
in;s. Because of these things this paper is supporting him- bent of "Green Mountain" boys tn for the storage of food for degrees Fahrenheit. Special facilities cargoes arrive at destination r
no. to give him a job but to give the state seen In this new award which has the animals It carried According to for transporting livestock are provided II feet condition and as fresh *. lilt
a capable leader.
been provided for by A. Atwater Kent modern Ideas It was unsuitable ire as well as ample and spacious ot embarkation. A special i
0 I himself a Vermonter by birth and quick voyages but remarkably well accommodations for automobiles and .service on land brings the
education to the engineering school I darted steadiness and freightage. large-sized packages.. dectrlo: fan direct to snip's side.
Three different men from this section visited Ft. Myers. of the University of Vermont.

Stroke and Oxford this week, and report back that Lee and This award-the Income from a ..PLEASANT.EVENT AT'1nTJt.oRIn."E THE RACE FOR GOVERNOR
fund of HOME: '
: t5.000-18 to be made annual IS pll1!
Bradford counties are strong for Carlton, while around Ox- ly not to the boy who stands highest GETTING HOT. COUNTY COatMNefo\En.: my rte'for

ford Is mostly for Catts. Where is that Hathaway strength, tn his class or who can show the best Mr. and Mrs.L. M. Murrhee en- From I member hereby announce of the board of row
general average of academia scholarShip we get from dif- IISta.rke
terfalffed Plotrlel
a number of their
.nyway1-Palmetto News. You have had reports from two but to that student who best friends: Mother's Day' at their home ferent parts of the state the race commissioners south, !and from promU, If.1'"

Carlton men and one Catts man, evidently. Send a Hathaway hows general"excellence grasp of of the Judgment principles and ot near Lawtey. Pansies and roses for Governor l is getting hot.' But to give the district and COB"'!
. man up here and we'll convince him Bradford is solid for electrical engineering. A bronze + were used to decorate this home you can keep cool by eating Poinsettia bass' service of which I ana r ot..
'Hathaway tablet coonmemoratlng the award on K.ll4Y6vr and the guests wore flowers to Ice Cream at Butler's Phar- t t 1 Which the names of the first twenty represent their Mother If living or macy.' C. C. CR099tmsirsanwlu.rauniuaaemnmsuruwiau
students to win the "- "
o prize will be Inscribed '" dead.
has been placed In the engineering WD.vLgY ''sStarke
,Mr. Catts sought to show in his speech while here, by the ball of the college. Dinner was served out In the anus'.uusatautuuwsiaimiaiaassanwwasNSOwwerow' mm '

long tax: lists of 1927 how the people of the. state suffering Heretofore practically all scholarships and dullness sense so essential to yard under large bake trees and
were and student prizes have been making good In that particular fleld. Ice cream was served throughout Hdw. & Furn. Co.
from the high taxation, stating that he had counted bestowed for general excellence In Failure to achieve all-round scholarship the day

the number of pieces advertised for sale in several counties been academia no material work. Where prize of there earn Ass or he, during feel., too school often day denies to natural recognition Those enjoying the occasion with i HIRAM BELL, Manager

last year and that the increase was staggering over the num- tuition the lure of a Phi Beta Kappa ability and genius In a given Une. the Murrhee family .were: 0. W.
ber key has stimulated efforts toward all and dampens enthusiasm which it Allison and eon Charles Mr. and
of pieces advertised when he was governor. This was another round high scholastic standing encouraged might lead these youth Mrs. Clyde Bush Miss Leila'' Wal- Dupont Colors Standard Price
l/'c.-ft"! ,
sample of the misrepresentation, practiced by the for- Believing that high academic to much, out higher of accomplishments.That ker all of Jacksonville; Mr and
school these studentsbecome
scholarship while very Important Mrs. W. L. Scruggs and children, Garden Hose We ft.
mer governor throughout his speech. To. prove the point alone does I leadere In their special fields, per

we wUl give you an example how this increase occurred in student for not the bent. fit an rn.t Work ln.rrlru In in often the outstripping practical battle the honor.tudenW of life. Is alt and and children Mr. and and Mrs.J.Allen D. Braddock Thomas Water coolers, all sizes from cheap, to cheaperIce

Bradford county. Near Hampton there are three tracts of attempting which he must to .u...uluts. and A<... K.o, l, the more reason. Mr. Kent believes, of St. George Ga., Miss Matilda Cream Freezers, at-Reasonable Prices

land containing a total of 130 acres. If this acreage sold fort the boy with the sound Judgment earourSite their that recognition wider Interest should In college.he given' for Bokay of New York and Mrs. 0.Register .
J, and children.
taxes it would have been listed in THREE pieces. It was pur- mi'H" iiiM'SUiwi MiiiiiBaiiiaiiiiiiii) rresraisaSrrmarmneseawnrpaearsssa", aas a