Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 25, 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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RBECUE[ AND Speaking I AtBrooker |, CARLTON SPOKE I Election Returns I CANDIDACY OF Tampan InjuredIn i GREEN AFTER -

j! Tonight i Will Be Secured Auta Crash
Tonight Is the
I scheduled date Arrangements for securing a Or l Ernest Gudath of Tampa
set for county candidates to meet leased wire service covering the I
was -
severely Injured
JUNE 1f 1 1Ins at the Brooker schoolhouse and for E. Carlton of Tampa, candidate election returns of June 5th have attention of the voters of I morning In an automobile early Monday accident l Following publication in the

present their claims to the voters. Starke governor, spoke In been completed and the returns on I Columbia county Is directed to the near Starke while enroute Telegraph] of the \poor mall service
It is expected that Thursday night at the the state offices candidacy of Judge A. Z. Adklns
a large crowdof will be flashed on from Tampa to Jacksonville lie out of Starke some weeks' ago
f voters from Brooker precinct courthouse, the crowd In attend a screen opposite the Telegraph of Stnrke Florida as a delegateto was brought to Starke and given Congressman R. A. Green Immediately -
have been completed for will be present to listen ance upon circuit court being office the Democratic National Convention
to the can- as fast as received. These medical attention, whore his In- took the matter up with the
Bitlcal rally to be held in didates, practically all of whom swelled by many others from Ala-' returns will be tabulated and the convening at Houston, juries were said not to be of first assistant postmaster ,general

,IP on Friday, June 1st, the i have signified their Intention of chua and Union counties comingto totals showing the standing of thecandidates Texas on the 26th day of June serious nature. Dr. Gudath's\ automobile .a- and an shown by the attached let-
ion also to be noted for itsJcue attending. hear Mr. Carlton. Judge Adkins next. Judge Adkins Is
I given as the returns not a skidded on the wet road ter there Is a promise of early relief
dinner to ba served on .- Introduced the speaker makingthe come In from different counties. stranger to the voters of Colum- and overturned. in the local situation. There

courthouse grounds, with HONOR ROLL OF n. II. fo;. fifth candidate for the The public generally is Invited to bia county, noto the second are other trains available for car-

I Ot red lemonade to accom- FOR: EIGHTH MONTH norship he has Introduced go\.er-I I be the Telegraph's guests on that congressional district of Florida I rying mall to this section, and Mr.

jlt This Is an event which the campaign.In evening. which he aspires to represent attbe I I Green is endeavoring to secure
candidate for Low first point of oratory the Tampa NO TIME: TO KXPKRIMK.NT;
J county office Juantta Barefoot, convention, as this distinguished these additional trains for hand
ecteJ to attend, and it is ex- Dosia Smith Nettie Dowllng. Mary attorney made the best speech of I REGISTERED citizen was born and rear- I I ling of mall. The letter follows:

Jl some state candidates for Jane Judd Mary Harriet Bishop, any candidate for state office so far ,, 1671 ed on a farm In Bradford county.By May 17, 192aHon.
( Editorial In Tallahassee
{will also be present. A gen- McKay Johnson, Jane FIncher, Ida In Starke. The major part of his hard licks an'J dally application Demo- [ It. A. Green,

invitation Is extended to ev- Mae Andrews. Miss Olive Ray, address was made up of attacks on he perfected his education and crat.) House of Representatives .

loter of the county to come teacher. the conduct of the state road de- VOTERS! was admitted to practice law many My dear Mr. Green:

jiicl hear what the candidates High first-Clara Flume, Alma partmtnt and its chairman' Fons year ago and attained marked Sometime ago this paper expressed The First Assistant POlltmaster-

IiBce! have to say for them- I Murrhee, Lillian Moseley, Mellte A Hathaway, who is also in the success along these lines. He tins its intention to support\ each General handed' me your letter of

: Silcox, Louise Sullivan, Nancy race for governor.. Supervisor of Registration Wall the distinction of having served in I cabinet officer. So far only two May 14 with a clipping taken from

Stevens, Ernest Dowllng Inman STATE C. B. COS\'ESTIOS' reports that there Is a total of the Florida Senate as a senator have opposition, the Comptrollerand the Bradford County Telegraph of

)ver Is Freed Green, Joe Hlggtnbotham, Leon 1671 voters qualified for voting In from Bradford county for a period -I Commissioner of Agriculture., May 11, calling attention to cur
Leach, Vernon Silcox, George Sil- The State Christian Endeavor the primary election June 5th. Ap- ; of eight years and upon the In looking over those announcedfor tailment of mall facilities for the

cox. Mrs. H. C. Hitch teacher. convention will be held la Jack- proximately 150 persons whose creation of an additional Judgshlp I Comptroller, perhaps the most supply of Starke, Fla.

By Jury Friday Second grade-Bessie Varnes, sonville June 29 to July 1. Homer names were on the registration in the-old eighth judicial circuit important) ofllce in the State, we I have carefully noted your

-- Carol White, Clarice Gill, Beatrice Hedheaver will have charge of books did not qualify by paymentof now the twenty-sixth, was find one Emory Spear Martin but statement that there is available

Jilph J. Glover was found not Moseley, Ella Mae Manning, Fran- the singing during the three-day poll taxes. The entire list of pointed Circuit Judge of this lately come Into the state from train service which might be utilized

of the shooting of F. L.Jfily ces Lee Peek, Edna Pearce Lil- convention. Jerry Johnson, state qualified voters is being published cuit. He Is a salt-made man, clr-I I Alston Georgia, where he was to provide mall facilities for

in circuit court last Frl- lian Stump, Lorene Shaw, Willer field worker of Daytona Beach, In this issue. est, clean and with an president and cashier of the de- the patrons at Starke and I will

jtbe jury bringing in the ver- Mae Thornton, Hazel Crews, Billy will deliver the opening address !'able character and prefers" the 'funct state bank, the Citizens Bank ask the field officers for a state-

|at three o'clock, after nearly Powell. Miss Ethel Griffin, teacher. "Making Christian Endeavor CARD OK THANKS: nomination of Senator George of of Alston, which failed miserably ment as to the practicability of

days deliberation. The entire Count in Florida," and that eve- Georgia as the Democratic nom- and for which he was severely crlt- making use of such additional ta-

; consumed five days. Glover Third grade-Edward' Bagwell, ning, Dr. Perry O. Cross, Ph.D. of The Woman's Club of Starke inee for President, and If It la Im- Iclsed. We believe he should have cilities.

epresented by E. M. Johns ofjie Don Stilley, Arthur Swanbom, Mae the ;First Christian church, Clear- take this method of expressingtheir possible to nominate Senator remained up there among his peo- As soon as I have report In the

and Judge Walton of Pa- Mersereau. Miss Madge Mlddleton, water, a former leading evangelistwill thanks to those who assistedin George, a southerner, then and in ple and lived down his responsibilities case you will be further advised.

i teacher. have charge of the cervices, putting on the play "Michael that event he will vote, accordingto to them rather than come Sincerely yours,

Fourth grade-Grace Andrew, and at the Saturday morning-session Strogoff" and also Mr. and Mrs. his very best Judgment, for the clown here seeking high office no CHASE O. GROVE

KHAN RETIRES FROM: Ivan Carleton, Alfred Hamm Von- Karl Lehman, of Orlando' Edwin Southers who so kindly directed best interests of the Democratic soon and asking that the whole Acting second assistant

EXPRESS COMPANYP. : da Inman, Ruby Leach, Fannie will have charge of the services, this play.CO.OPER.1TlON. party Judge Adkins Is a Democrat banking system of the state be Postmaster' General.
-- Sllcox Leona Ward. Miss Gussie and another splendid feature' of 3f-- the old school and his electionIs placed under his supervision. To .

Mae ,Bennett, teacher.Fifth Saturday's session will be an auto- WITH now being predicted freely by think for a moment that the pea
Hoffman who has Sen.
grade-Alma Thornton, mobile ride to Jacksonville Beach THE COUNTY AGENT Ills many friends throughout the ple would consider such a thing Is Waybright

the American Express Com- Tom Newell, Helen Mersereau, and a swim In the Atlantic Ocean -- second congressional dim r let.-- ridiculous.

|I In retired Starke by for the many company years with has Martha: Powell, Lula Redgrave. when the guests will be feted by The County Agent has on handin Lake City Reporter.. Another aspirant Is Judge J, B. Coming Monday

{turning over the duties of the Miss Eunice Perkins teacher. the Jacksonville Christian En- that office note" a bucket spray TOUCHING KAKKWEMj: LAST Stewart, state senator and railroad --

office last week to Sanders Sixth grade-Lots Adklns, Elena ,deavor Union. A fellowship ban- pump_ furnished gratis by the HUM>AY NIGHT TO 1)11. lawyer from Fernaudlna. The Snoator Edgar W. Waybright of

key, who has been assisting Prather, Sinclair Peek. Miss Bon- quet will be given Saturday evening Goulds Pumps, Inc., Seneca Falls, AM :MRS. II. A. TUCKKIl 1: fart that he was a member of the Jacksonville, will bo In Starke
] Hoffman for several nie Snellgrove, teacher. at six p. m. with Marcus Fagg N. Y., to be used in demonstration ; last legislature ought to dispose Monday evening, May 28th at 8

Jig the rush of the strawber-years Seventh grade-Mary Brownlee, I and Jerry Johnson as toastmasters. work of applying insecticidesand With all the other congregations of him In the minds of the people o'clock and will address; the voter

ason In point of service Mr. Gratton Cooper, Lucile Edwards, Saturday evening an address fungicides. Those who wouldbe assembled with the Presbyterians However, If that U not enough !It t III the Interest of Foni A. Hathaway -
Florence FIncher, Hope Haynes, will beg iVen by Karl Lebman and Interested in observing the at their church a most touching should be remembered that he was candidate for governor. Mr.
man was one of the oldest
In the employ of the Catherine Hamm, Louise Mar- he will use as his subject "Build- work of this pump should call on farewell service was held at the present and voted down every Waybrlght has a message for tho

1 and has been devoted to com-the cotte, Ina Forsyth, Mary Towle, ing Christian Leaders. Dr. J. A. the county agent for such service. close of Dr. Tucker's last sermon I amendment offered to lighten the voters of vital Importance, and anis

eats of the Palmer Williams. Clark who Is a Missionary from the The use of the pump is free and In Starke In his and Mrs. Tucker's burden of the Infamous Conner's I la considered/! n very capable
| express company. Eighth grade-Ralph Cox Ben State New York will have chargeof available to any who Is InterestedIn honor. Highway bill and' he did not vote I speaker, tho meeting will be an
will spend part of
iime at his in the south- Sternberg Victor Thomas, Beverly I the Sunday morning and eve- spraying on a limited scale. The Rev. E. M. Rooks, pastor of the against It on final passage thus Interesting one
part of the state. Cady, Louise Edwards. Evelyn ning services. Sunday Afternoona services is.yours Jar the asking. Methodist church, presided. At permitting inch an Iniquitous law Senator Waybrlght will also

Stump, Melha Silcox, Elholln I splendid address will be given Through the (co-operative spiritof the first' the choir sang a very to pans without opposing it by speak In Lake Butler on this date, ;K;
White, Elizabeth Towle, Clyde i by i Duncan Curry of Tampa who the Sherwln-WiUUms Co., of beautiful and touching song. Miss voice or vote. A law about which iidilreaHlsK the voters at the court-,

IE; CANDIDATES' MISTAKE Morgan, Jennie Maude Crosby. will use as his theme "Startingour Jacksonville' a small quantity of Olive Ray with beautiful and Mr. Justice Brown said placed a house at 11 o'clock.

Mrs. Bynum Perkins, teacher. I It Boys and Girls Right." arsenate of lead has been furnished poetic language was the first to blank state check of unlimited ..-,---

lunch' of voters the candidate Ninth t grade-Guy Andrews, Many'other notable speakersand free to the county agents office speak, after which followed from amount In the hands of two moil, 11IUTI1.H----

j ipledjiizen Milton Brownlee Louis Hill, Jr., '1 leaders will attend and deliver to be used in demonstration various view points loving expressions etc. Neither does the record show
or maybe more, Richard Long, Marjorie Newell, stirring I messages dad handle the work. Arsenate of lead; is one of of appreciation of the retirIng that Senator Stewart Introducedany Mr. and Mrs. 1). A. Judd, son, >

|hem in haste he smilingly hied Gary Overstreet Muriel Silcox, HaI I conference work. the 'Insectllrtdes most commonlyused minister and his wife by Mr.J. banking bills or proposed any May !iUh. '. '

then began to roar: cel Silcox. In the control of Insects with M. Truby, Reva. L. W. Klckllter, remedial bunk legislation duringthe Mr. and Mr. Jesse Silcox, eon,
Tenth grade--Louise Hayes, IMIEHIIYTERIAX biting mouth-parts. If you are (I. P. Raymond and E. M. Rooks.A last session of the legislature.The May 13th.

By)'s, don't forget me, I want Isabel Kaszynskl, Eva Marcotte, confronted with the control of bit- message was also delivered from roll call votes show him interested Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Frazier, son,
Sunday school 10, a. m., J, M. ing Insects, that is, those that de-
your vote Edna Stansbury, Lester Sponholtz. the Honorable D..C. Jones mayorof In the Conners' highway bill, May 20th.
jthe primary, June fifth; Twelfth grade-Lois Gainey, rruby, supt.Preaching. stroy the foliage of the plant, It Starke.., expressing his admiration : but offering nothing to remedy Mr. and 1\11"1. Geo. Kruse, girl. '
me at the rudder of your boat Gwendolyn Launt, Reba Maxwell, service 11 a, m. Rev. might be well to call upon this office of Dr Tucker as a citizen.After those things about which he is now May 23. .
n.1 T. Watson of Penney Farms, for demonstration of the use
I shore will run her swltfw Jessie Williams. a these short addresses of complaining. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Johns, girl.
Annual Honor Roll 'will preach. and effectiveness of arsenate of appreciation awl' good-will, Dr. Moreover, it should be remembered May 23.

\ taxes, pensions, good roads First Grade, A class-Vernon Christian Endeavor 7IE: Estelle lead. The charge is nothing. Tucker responded very feelingly in that the large railroad linesof
free Silcox. ]Kendrick, leader. At an early date, the county 'Choice words of brotherly love for the state are now contesting/ a has had DO banking experience nor

f-omlse you, betcha Third grade-Mae Mersereiau, We will join with the Baptist agent will also have on hand a these loving manifestations on the portion of their tax bill Involving any other touching the important

fat jobs only you come to; me, Don Stllley. 'rn[ their closing meeting. Sunday small quantity of calcium arsenate part of the Christian people of the revenues of practically every duties of the office neither has It

I for relief and-and-et cet'ra Fourth grade-Ruby Leach, I night. furnished for demonstration pur- Starke. After these short addresses county and special school district been shown that he lit fitted for It

Fannie Silcox. :MRS ELiZtIBTII GUNTEIl poses by the Sherwin-Williams Co. "Blest He the Tie That In the state as well as those of the by temperament or habit
Mersereau, Besides its other numerous uses, Injunction It Is a well-known fact that the
opponents are sorry sticks! Fifth grade'--lIelen Binds' was sung, during which state Itself and have brought -
calcium arsenate Is the one Insec- has other reupoiiBlble .
just forget 'em-see? Martha Powell. Mrs. Elizabeth Ounter, 38, a time, the large audience came for- against the comptrollerto comptroller many
good and strong and tellin Sixth grade-Lois Adkins. I resident of Waldo passed away ticide recommended and used in ward and extended a parting handto prevent his enforcing the collection I duties to perform besides
licks Seventh grade-Palmer Williams Wednesday at the Alachua County the control of the cotton boll-wee- both Dr,Tucker and his charming of such taxes. If successfulthe supervising state banks-In fact.
Mary Brownlee, Lucile Ed- Gainesville following vil.Cotton growers who are Inter- wife. tax: burdens of the people will If the banking department' were remove
i shore may count on mel"n wards. Mary Towle. Hospital] brief Illness. Funeral services ested in dusting for boll weevil Dr Tucker left Monday after- be increased In proportion to .! he would still have aa much
I i
Eighth grade-Ralph Cox Victor ,were held Thursday afternoon at control should avail themselves of noon for Tulsa Okla., where he is which those of the railroads are work to do as other cabinet mem-
spoke the
member of
a Thomas, Evelyn Stump. I Mt. Sinai cemetery near Graham the Information and service that a delegate to the General Assembly lowered because so much revenue tiers.
e're all : Ninth grade-Louis 11111, Jr., with the Thomas Company, morticians might be secured from this source. of the Presbyterian church. He must be rained each year. The This paper goes on record In

o'S good democrats; Richard Long Muriel Silcox. of Gainesville, In charge of The materials named above have will then go to hit son's In Indiana amount Involved In the case we I saying that Ernest Amos has handled -
your man for gov'nor7Speak Ed- been furnished free by the respec- l Is above mil- situation with
Tenth grade-Louise Hayes arrangements.The for the summer. Mrs. Tucker are talking about a the banking
loud, na Stansbury, Lester Sponholtz. I deceased Is survived by a tive companies and will cost you leaves In a few days for Tampa lion dollars.It which ha has been confronted aa
you see, we're all for Calls'. Twelfth grade Gwendolyn ]husband and three children besides nothing for the use In demonstration. where she will be joined by her Is the law that the railroads well as any other man could have

Launt, Lois Gainey. hqst of other relatives. husband In the fall at which place must return their property to the ,done under the name conditions.Mr. .
Dully for !I" did the candidate I .
you Among those attending the funeral CLUB JklEMIIEKH: TAUGIIT they will make their home. It is comptroller every year for taxa- Martin, Mr. Stewart or Mister,

nt cry- T. E. MURRHEE 1 from Starke were Mr. and NEWS WRITING AT CAMP with regret to their many friends tion-If he Is satisfied with such anybody else. It Is generally conceded
( home my man till the cows come Mrs. E. J. Dowling, Mr. and' Mrs. hen that they have to see them go return the comptroller may accept that the great slump In all

Catts The sad tidings of the sudden R. N. Dowling and Mr. and Mr*. Gainesville, Fla. --A class In from among u*. them and that It Is the end of It. lines of business and the lossea
I'll wade till
cheerfully -- Ernest: Amos has never acceptedthe sustained throughout the state the
Murrhee on Sat- rela- I
who ;
I die death of Truby Charles Latham, are news writing featured the Gads- MK.TliolH.STEnoch
dis- valuations as returned but has past two years, the fall In deposits
inst. came as a
urday the 19th tives of the deceased. den county Club Camp, which was
pougb. blood and sand and friends called in the railroad assessing In state banks at the rate of .a. hun-
loam_" tinct shock to his many held May 2325. The class was Mar-Rooks
inthl, community.Most Leesburg-S. A. Fields & Com ( pastor) board, composed of the comptroller dred thousand dollars per hour for
and relatives Instructed by J. Francis Cooper,
boyhood was spent pany ships first mixed car vege- Sunday school Sunday morningat attorney-general and state every banking business hour for'
>n't be so fast'* the voter laid; of his Murrhee was born tables from Leesbrug district re- editor for the agricultural Extension 10 o'clock, L. A. Davis, supt. treasurer, which board has fixed twenty one consecutive month
Mr. the first
'1 III< your horses, keep your In Starke. Sept. 27, 1871! I cently. Division, and was Worship Sunday morning at 11 the assessment annually. The rail- enough to wreck the financial machines -
on Florida.
Brooker held in
seat! near of Its kind ever "A Good
Sermon wonder 1 I.
his family to Starke o'clock. road taxes have Increased annually completely. The
bad misunderstand_ us, 'tis too when moved a with small boy. He attended I Starke, and Gab'Murrhee of Plant each Reporter club In .the wereelected county, and these, Beginning." There will Sunday be no eve-service from 31700.000 In 1917. taxes more did not go. Hut the situation ..

Bradford High School and afterwards I City and ,other relative and a together with several county correspondent In our church for 1916, to $5,700,00, taxes for baa been stabilized and we
're all for Catts' DEFEATI'! ning. The'congregation Is askedto that Ern- the upgrade. De-
attended a business collegein I host of friends 1927. The records are again on
.1 *, of tha-Oadsden county -
we can't support you, no Catts Jacksonville. The diligenceand The, body accompanied by his Times, met with Mr. Coopereach attend the Baptist meeting. est Amos as comptroller himself prived of additional help, so much '",
In afternoonat
ourst for Junior League Sunday the tax books railroad needed, by veto power at a critical
of his after life were I family was brought to Stark Instruction put upon "
ability for elementary
the candidate was gone; day } 2:30: o'clock, Miss Frodrlka; theretofore escaping time Ernest Amos has accomplished .
fruition of the promise of I Interment. DeWItt C. ,Jonaa?, mortician fat their properties say
but the In reporting;, new '
ttered his vision of pleasant I ,had charge of the,'funeral Struth, Supt. taxes which has brought In revenues wonders. His admin- ,.
bowers his youth. local paper. Senior League Sunday eveningat counties has been economical efficient -
the state Istratlon
his business arrangement The funeral party annually to
After completing I At,,the end 4feach: day' activities -
ht '
dolefully did he : 7:15. amounting toS92,926.55 .and. considerate. A man
groan districts
training he spent a few years In was Joined at tie station by thee, reporters gathered arounda and special .
Wednesday eve-
in business. In New I friends and relative, >(rom4tlj.el1ce} account of Prayer meeting | 1 to say nothing about with !a working knowledge of all
table prepared
''tb. Carlton and Catts and all Louisiana ning at 8:00 o'clock.VlOORE.ANDEK. and business, honest, tried and
cities on state
Orleans he was married .to Miss I the cortege proceeded to New flyer their clubs for the day._ Then a what was paid J!
, the rest Lazarus of that city Returning I cemetery, where alt that was was.compiled; and read c the same properties. So this pa- true, and with U .all exemplary
Grace camp paper
Jo failed this unlucky day; to Florida he settled In mortal of Truby Murrhea wag laid before the whole group. The Idea per believes that too much Is at habits. '

nceforth I Judge It safest and New Smyrna where he held large to rest in hallowed ground. met with Immediate success and Mrs. J. M. L. Anderson announces stake to turn this Important office The people should investigate
lumber Interests. The commitment service was Caused much Interest on the partof the marriage of ber daughter, over to a railroad lawyer to administer the qualifications of those running
to Hathaway. From the beginning suttees read by Rev. Blanchard Law, a the club member. Lillian Mae td Mr. Aubrey Rodney especially since the records :- for officemost carefully before

IL E. L. crowned his every effort, and he I close friends of the deceased. Miss Elsie Laffltta. home dem- Moore, Sunday May 13th 1928, show that he ably assisted pledging or giving their support.

ssurance that Sanford; will have enjoyed and merited the respectof Friends from out of town attending onstration agent; had charge of the Starke. Florida. the railroad In the passage of what Now Is no time to experiment la

ter( boat service In the event all Who knew him. lie was a the funeral were: Rev and camp. She declared that the members -_. la known. as, the "cut-off" bill at this the most Important office up
t the Clyde even Line Steamship devoted husband, son. Mrs. Blanchard Law, Mr. Harry were enthusiastic about their Fort Plerce- --city plan to pur- the last session of the legislature, here in this critical: period of the

mpany takes its craft off the St. For the past two years he had Lazarus and Mrs. Eblngs of New club reporting, and expected to chane submerged land In Indian allowing the railroad to charge state' history. ,
na health.. Orleans.'brother and sister of Mr. much In their River adjoining local port project shipper freight on a long mileage Ernest Amos baa proven himselfa +
, Improvement
J.tier see
, was given by Chamber B. laffcto.jno.rn his loss are his Murrhee,Dr. and Mr. Warren of writing a* a result of the claa. for future development of port haul which was carried by short good citizen and an efficient of-
secretary of the' Ellen and little Pal atka, Mr. Cecil Beck of. New and Industrial purposes. mileage<< through; the cut-off. Ha la sober and of exemplary.
Commerce J'J'flcel'
which has',,,baensnuously widow and,, Eugenie Ison his mother, Smyrxia. Many beautiful floral offerings Ocala Carlot chlpmenta of Plant City r Large acreage will Senator Stewart'do '....not seem habit and always oaths i

insure working In an effort daughter. O. Mnrrhea and two marked the last resting string bean being made from, MarIon be planted to strawberries In liar- to' possess 'an' special qualifications iI I

traffic Sanford facilities.of continued wa- Mrs.brother' Anna. Arthur Murrhee of place of the deceased. county. dee county this.fall.., for thls-'lmp-ortant ofllce-ha job.Keep a good man in!


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.. I'AOH TWO BRADFORD_u _COUNTY_ _TELEGRAPH._ __ 8TARKE, FLORIDA- -- --' ---- -- _m. ..- -RID.'r- ,_1e.ir_ .
STARKE-- ment in the Miami Daily News and Tampa Tri- Catts off the platform any day. -

.'., CARLTON SPEAKS IN bune stating that two and one-half miles of con- But to get back to this "extravagance" in
f night crete road was built west of Arcadia at a cost of county.
in Starke last Thursday
Mr. Carlton's speech
the $53,266.32 and that the maintenance of this road D. Leach editor of the
impressed the audience gathered to hear him at Gilbert Leesburg M
f 15 months wish advise ]
courthouse. for was $77,993.83, to Commercial, shows to what extent Carlton willl1his
that, in justice to ourselves, DeSoto county and
the road
by the "expose" department, by
" And the crowd was equally the State Road Department this statement is mis- makil1g&lic r
his the following:
,: amount of spontaneous applause which greeted leading and untrue. The state has not constructedany
statements every few minutes.In road or roads west of Arcadia for two and Carlton was referring to the fill and the brid
fact only twice did two of the cheer leaders imported -: one-half miles as indicated. at Dead river between Leesburg and Tavarg gl
from Gainesville seated to the right of the Evidently he knew nothing of it being a
the two and feders
During war, as a war measure,
'. speaker miss their cue. Thereafter they kept their one-half miles of concrete road, nine feet wide project into which the state has put very littleoi]
hands in position. its funds, but into,which Leesburg district !:
proper hasp
.' ,. was built east of Arcadia and leading to Dorr
Likewise part of the delegation from Hawthorndid aviation field now part of road No: 18, and an ad- $25,000 a mile and federal government $15,00
business with pencil and paper for several days after ditional nine and two-tenths miles of brick high- a mile and the construction throughout carriedoaunder
their visit here. Their throats were not equal to the of the same width. the direction and supervision of the feder
when Carlton stated engineers. If the people of Leesburg
strain the rebel yell imposed During the 15 months period referred to above and Ta.
'Hathaway will never be governor of Florida. vares and Mount Dora, which are located
State Road Department has widened the entire on{thit
.: The performance was good. 11.7 miles of road No. 18 from nine feet to 18 project, can be generous enough to view this lad

And the Alachua county cheer leaders were ably feet, widened the grade from 24 to 30 feet, con- of veracity with sufficient charity to continue to
him for governor-those of
", seconded by some Bradford county citizens. structed the necessary ditches and built 6 bridgesof support them whodowe
Apparently some few of Bradford's citizens do not concrete and treated timber, and in addition wonder what they would expect the state to

.-' want to see Hathaway governor. and under the same project Carlstrom Field road become under a policy as penurious and as m,.
scientific and careless those
And it is certain that the Gainesville and Hawthorn was widened from nine to 18 feet for a distance of such administration as as would comments be. sug.
"' citizens present wanted to see Carlton the next six and one-half miles. gest an
. For ourelves we resent such crass ignorance
Therefore, you can see that the money expended -
for the News of our affairs if that be what it is, and if not,we
Why? was not solely upkeep as resent
,:. Some of the Bradfordites have since taken a sober, and Tribune would have you believe, but for up- even more keenly such a deceptive treatmentof
.;. second thought. keep and construction as set out above. So we do our affairs by one who has been socially our

; Carlton tells Bradford county that surfacing of not hesitate in branding the editorials as being untrue friend...
violation and an attempt to deceive the public. Like chickens lies will come home to
:, road 28 will not be started this year, unless in roost-e\'.
': of the l law. Yours very truly, tually.What

' He did not add that if he went in as governor next Board of County Commisssioners, DeSoto county, is troubling Carlton at the present time;

t t. January first and the state road department placed under (Copy) By C E. McRae, Chairman. that he has been caught so many times in his half-fc

a head of his choosing, the completion of road 28 Carlton was furnished a copy of the paper Thurs- ed charges that a good portion of his audiences goj
could be held off indefinitely under one pretense then see if he has hatched up anything new.
, day night and during his speech referred to the resolu-
another. He can truthfully blame Hathaway for one tL:
Alachua county has never favored road 28. tion.Did he read it entire? -the road system Hathaway has built has reduced'':;

v Its completion will mean the routing of traffic from He read the first paragraph down to where the reso- state in size in,that can people can now see for the:
; Lake City through Bradford county to Palatka and the lution said: "The state HAS NOT constructed any selves what has been and is being done in other j

\ coast, and it is what it is called-a short route. road or roads west of Arcadia for two and one-half tions. ]

Instead of going through Alachua county to Pa- miles as indicated." Carlton cannot now play upon the ignorance oft i

latka traffic would come through Bradford county to Carlton was continuing his policy of half-truths. voters as to what is going on in other parts of thesta

Palatka. From that point he preferred to befuddle his aud- Nor more than he successfully played upon t
Maybe it doesn't mean so much to Gainesville, but ience with excerpts from "the records"rather than to ignorance of the voters of the city of Tampa.
in Hawthorn they must have some excitement besides read them the understandable from the
to explanation They know him as the people of the state are
whittling. county commissioners.He ginning to know him.
Carlton's speech in Starke showed he was not.overenthusiastic -
is familiar with "the records" than he is
, more
else In Lake county he is known as "the charactersassin. ;
road 28 anything accom-
about -or
with the whole truth. "
why shouldn't he occupya
plished by Hathaway-and Compare the mileage Carlton with the mile-
warm spot in the hearts of Alachua county voters? gives They have named him -well.

;,. In the language of the incomparable Doyle him- age given by the county commissioners.And What was intended by Carlton to be the "pieceresistance"
for those who have doubts about the above
, self, we ask-Who knows? any ,of the evening in Starke was spoiled'
resolution being regular, we submit the following him.
Bradford citizens that sur-
Hathaway told county
facing of road 28 would start as soon as the grade was telegram. received in answer to our query: Flourishing a sheet of paper in his hand Carl:I

ready-and the grade is better than 90 per cent com- Arcadia, Flo 504 May 19 1928 charged in strident tones that he had evidence t 11'

plete. Bradford County Telegraph, Hathaway was levying a tax of five cents on each:

Hathaway knows what the state road departmentcan Starke, Florida. of rock supplied by a rock quarry for the purpose

do at this time with road 28 and his word is pledged Statement Made to Miami Herald CorrectC. adding to his campaign fund.

to the people of Bradford county for its early com- E. McRae, Chairman ,The agreement he held in his hand was a duplica

pletion. Board of County CommissionersIf a photostat or something of the sort.

Carlton, a lawyer by profession and natural ability, The audience listening spellbound while he talc
knows just how far to go in making his statements.He Carlton practices deception on one item, he'lIdo the many contractors being imposed on by the 51
it others.
words his charges in such manner that his audience on road chairman in like manner, waited with ba'
is convinced he is sincere in his statements and And people know that oratory is of little use in breath for reading of the damning document.

that he has called Hathaway every species of crook fighting the battles of the state during the next four Almost a sigh of disappointment swept the Has

known to Webster, and proves it by "the records." years. Carlton launched into other matters and laid
Carlton knows his records.In Hearing Carlton speak gives one the impressionthe sheet on the table without reading it. i

fact, he knows them so well that he eliminates state road department built all the roads in Florida. Carlton would probably give ten years of his life?'

everything that would tend to prove him a liar, and The counties are not credited for any of the fine the paper been what he had led his audience to belle
then gives only so much of "the record" would seem' work they have done in road building at their own ex- it carried-an exposure of double-dealing on the pa

to bear him out. pense.Rather of Hathaway.

He cannot afford to go too deep in "the record" for Carlton takes the state road department to Hardly had he laid it down when the state's aft

" two reasons. task if any state highway should be unfortunate ney of this circuit, sitting behind the speaker, reqi
enough to parallel any county built highway-and par- ed that he be allowed
r' He would be convicted by his own statements. allel with him from to examine it.
means anything a whoop and
And he would be buried in his own mud hole. holler to a strip taking in six sections. Carlton then demonstrated that in addition to

Observe how deep he digs in his earnest effort to We have yet to hear Carlton give credit to either ing a good speaker and a lawyer, he was also so:
what of acrobat he his speech
an as went with
give the down-trodden voters the true facts. the road department or any county for the good roads on
at the same time tried to what the state s
Carlton has been weeping for months over the utter they have secured for the money expended.In behind him see notes sheet.
torney was making from the
waste of the people's money in "maintenance" Mr.. Carlton's language the state road department Carlton had invited staten!!'
a road in DeSoto county, "$77,994 spent in 1 15 monthsfor is responsible for everything that even resembles a he made. checking up on any
maintenance on a road only 2/2] miles long." trail.

DeSoto county is Carlton's old home, possibly he Another of his half or quarter truths related to the But he didn't expect to have his hand called-
has ridden many times over the same road and knows building of a highway from Leesburg to Tavares That much is evident from. the conduct of his m:

as much about it as any other citizen of that county, (Lake county) "through a swamp, at a cost of$40,000a ings in other towns.
but in his desire to give the true facts, did he delve to mile." And a new concrete bridge! And his cheer leaders from adjoining counties
the bottom of the ? with mouths
matter That's terrible of the open.
a waste money on part of the
Ask those who heard his speech Thursday night. state road department I And Carlton almost dislocated his neck. .

Evidently the county commissioners of Carlton's What made it more so, according to the candidate Here's what an examination of the sheet rei'e

home county know of his failing when it comes to telling for governor, "a good road and a perfectly good bridgewere Contract exhibited by Doyle Carlton, can'
the "whole truth," and the board at its May meeting already in existence paralleling this piece of ex date for governor, as a Hathaway campaign g* .
passed the following resolution: travagance." contract proved to be a contract between Brier

Arcadia, Florida, May 10, 1928The Did Mr. Carlton include this "extravagance" item Quarries, by J. H. Hopkins, and Lockhart&* ,
Miami Herald, when he spoke in Lake county? ter, giving said Lockhart & Potter a salesmall

Miami, Florida. .. He did not I When it comes to making speeches to commission on all rock sold to Keystone S
You are advised that in reference to a state fit the-Bection he is in, Carlton,can. back his brother struction Company. Said contract bore
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OLITICAL :" 3 )"...d.G.......;... 1 I .- for the system of hard roads, millions gsa H. L-Hough and 'V. II. lUrrell.Inspectors. I clal Clr"ul---- nf Florida-- ,-to sh,."., ,use-

': ZIFF of dollars of outside money i b the liononibla, A 2 A.ilun

have been brought to the state for ?-lil.3t-e1. O. W. ALDERMAN Clerk Judge of the anti, Court, at Stki' ..

mouncementsoments( ) : Bliss Opal )- I jK8 How to PlayBRIDGE building still more roads. by the 1\OT1CI1 OP I'lN'AL.: itiscti I HIGH In Bradford count \., 110110., a u','nitX -

............... gasoline tax. It will keep coming. I 17th In day the of nforcxiiiii Mi> .\. "circuit i> l52s,, .,,",, -|1., he.,,,

11I,,,- are eaiih! //4a1 Doubtless roads. would have been Xtitlr Is niM-i-l.y given that sixty O clock A. M. why";"""I| bonus ,KII.JIJIJ'!
T1.uncementB, will be Zilf May 25.- I.r..or. I undrrlimed v.lllh.h.d in.I I ">"nnrme.l
,,mry, at the follow- held at Rock built in time. but It remained for Kx"*i
,M,'h. except district iWP' Dr. Hathaway to inaugurate the I 'ru.Mt Lillian I nf H Is. Flit lilt' MiilphurH, maml you, and ... I ,,[ J0u are hr..
J5 each. day by the pastor %, : ".-... .. Will prcBont my vouIiuotsuuiid : by required t. l>. nn.i, appear tn--
-- Moody of Lacrostie. by work on a worth-while scale. final I Aco.Mint to the I 11.'ahl.I fore the ironoi-iilili' A. Z. Adkln.
e of the Said c.Mirr, at
?I( I t1lSWVATO1I: J. T. Harriet was a Now a certain candidate who Bradford; County: Florida I for his Bradford county, I'l.rhll Stark.
,-ratio Elector of itor In section. i i 'Wynne Ferguson approval and ask to bu dlsuhiirv 17th day of May A, .!', at Tee
II I one) District of our !has done nothing himself? big UN such Mxncutor. O'clock A. M. and shin ,umif; any
ti ,.. ,'tfully solicit your Mr. and Mrs. Louis .uthor of "PRACTICAL AUCTION OR1DCB enough to pick a flaw In. rlaeti up I Thin isth day of Mny 1 1HZS ynl have, why acid b."dh"hl 1 not

,,, ..nation In June prl- daughter. Orval !May and loses much J. (Ii. 1-fipl'lCI.U l h. vRldJtel and conllnm.l I .t her-
steam fraud
Senator for said crying Kxucutor. Last Will and of u ih Niilil
-I itO 11.'allonl natlilon -
.imbracea the coun- May of Starke. spent rillht 1927 by Hoylr. Jr. and graft; at the successful builder. 'l'estauuieuul: 1 of Mrs. Siilllfi I : wIl 11 tak.n ,l c.nr.1, b

.1 Rrndtord. ternoon here with I These charges !have ben met t. 1111'hurH,i ciaiiud. you. ,
I one atl .IN'9t.7'1
':niRETT: M. JOHNS (f:' 1 Ir IS oni>ERKl> that tin.lice.
sister Mrs. J. W. These
I cliurneH have been met one ho 1'"hll..h..1 once a week tnt 1 hrra
Master R. L.. Cecil at a t time and ''n detail by I IIIt1h" !U'I'I'U "I" 11001. .:i.i':t"ilo's con.. weeks l before> thu I7I &
./tI.ItFJI'IBSTATIVE: I people( who haven't yet taken hand at no-trump A would have openl'dthe .1,,)' of ala) A. D. 191H. In the 1". ad-

i, unce to the public Thomas of Starke. bridge, wontler at its popu heart suit ami saved game, as li, away and laid low to the MtI"ftr-, fly the power vst,d II them bv ford, i-imnly Cvlfyrritph a wei'kly

,itlldate for nepr...en- end here with their The following quotation, front a held the king of diamonds. /'s hand is ttou of open-minded citizens }Jr. !ahA levs "f 'lorldrt Hoard of nuwHiinpvr pulillxTiud In IHark.
!" T,.rd County. subject 1'lIblk' I II..tr'llluI of Bradford rounly. J"ui.Vri1! e.nlli''y. Kli"Ida,
book Ellis O. to show how difficult it sometimes
and Johnnie by Jones gives given
tio voters at the com Lewis Jr.Mr. Hathaway's partisans declare. No hereby an elortlon to be I publication be ul least
". Primary election to J. C. Dennison of the reasons for this great popu- is to RO game at no-trump with a very one who has looked Into the mat- hi'Iii I n llnnivion i 1I.lnl I Tux. N'h..1 i lilghteeui duty, h.rU'I' t tho 17h day
1928. In Kollcltlnor in and hand and fairly if the PUtrlPt on June ii, for the ot lay.A.
th. ; a very apt pleasing ways strong yet easy 1:8. pur .
4 I; : T promise If elected ler and Bliss\ Opal game holS.&<> many element of right suit is trump. Be on the lookout) ter honestly really believes there pose of .I".tn. trustees and of\ 1':1':11: my Couit haul,, nml' the seal
i rnl' service-irlve me a iting friends and was Irregularity they assert I..IIK Ihf mlh.I' fur the nsu- of Ir"t.rd
,10 make my record It is a highly; complex for this type of take-out. any I,III' years. t'uunl9l"lurlla. t thin the d1"
,. the expiration of my ham Sunday. of luck, Rkiil and intelli A rock tossed Into a lake ripplesa Vnr the rnrpoRo. of holding said of April, A. Li. 192H.J. 2th
"' to me. well done Mrs. into Answer to Problem No. 2? wide ehifllnn, I-). Ihivn, ". J. wVnllor- ( W" AI.nKUMA.V.Clerk I .
ay Henry Shaw bringing play known surface. It Is the
'faithful servant .. every BIX mo way huh and J. II I, Uodirfti nro a i'iuo I ri ted citciiit i I Court. for
I I who has spent faculty and is thus positively Hearts Q 5,3 with a false report or a maclUouti Bradford ( ''iii)'. I'll rI tIe.
I'' i 'It sour J. T. support.BARNES with their patents.\ in mind-training as well a. a Clubs-, 6,5,4 : Y ti tale. Illn.er.A.. 11. srnilKNPY, A. 8 (HI \ .

I escape from ennui. Suitable for DiamondsK., Q, 6 ': A B ; II. CllIPBmn. '1'1.1'11.i Solicitor, for IvtitloiMir 4-2i.i-t.-U;
; W1QQ1N8
J. B. Thomas left
.. .' ,once myself. a can I (or even three) or party of four Spades A, 9,8 : Z ;' Dr. !Hathaway was born and I Si'cn-lnry, 6-11-Bt-fl-S- 'I'Uln\ IT MV ('IIXIOItM:

r -' office of Repreienta- crosse to visit her or four thousand it is. sociable reared In Holmes 'ollnly.'hell a \ notify you that I will
,xt Legislature and Mrs. A. Shaw. I and! not bo responsible 'for debts.ctJiulnliu'tM .
the support of highest degree. Being a game of Score. Y-Z game in, A-D 18 on the boy he swam the creeks hunted any
t upon and end second Z dealt bid '()'I'U'I'1 or !>" : S \ 1.51 .h..k" or .lrlr for monrr
elector of Bradford Mrs. Williams and I requiring cooperation game. one no-trump, 1.:11..1 made hy my wife I Iflilerhli. "
rabbits climbed trees aiv.l did
son 'and Miss Ellen it is social in its cultural and A doubled. Y passed, U bid two: ev she havIng already I It'ft' and abandoned
I .
J. L. FRAZEE I as well as sociable, while. at clubs and Z bid two no-trump. What; scything else performed by a Notice Is hereby given that Mm my hed and board.

Fairbanks! attended {' ime time, the pivoting and keep Bhoulil A bid? A should pass. AH that sturdy farm boy. He Is u self-mailo Ih..rlrf"'ll.I..IKn..I.of Itrad\V.font J 1.II'er..n.:II iK
uiiiounce myself as a Sunday and were I' individual scores leave plenty of B indicates by his bid of two clubs. is, man. After working through the In.l"r and by virtue nf 1 .... "Iwldl., 7:6.r.- l'NIHBUfL

\' iinmlnatton for the of- I with Mr. and Mrs. R. for each player's individuality It that he has at least four clubs, but university he taught school. Finally ,t Inn','til Ion saul iHKiiInKout..r ihn nf unit. under' TO TIIK I'l'III.IO

rOI 'itatlva In the leirlsla- Mr. and Mrs. J. O. be played for a stake of any IIbe whether the holding is st rong or weak i ian in he elected rn-ord In and for Civil I I Court(Vuintv.of
was -
r i I' idford Democratic county, subject sons, Ferryman and I I provide continuous thrills for unknown quantity This lack of exact county superintendent 1'Mnrlila., boa it ii g diitc C'I VI Kill day of Tlk. notice that any one ftfrn lab-

,(2."" I I.. Ifld.if the June 5th. 1928.prl-It Warren of Lake tempestuous gambler but, inrormation is the weak point of the of Duvul county.Vhile Miirrh, whervln A. n. I92S 1"Klorldu In: .that :CfftalniaiiHe : : iou ni I Il C labor I.. or f,HIIPllllM'u' 'any, to or per-
mine faithful and con- I' it is interesting when informatory double.The doubter should! In this position he spent millions i llanlwnre I sub-contractor, tr"el.r.
a I I"I" Mrs. t.V.. of poker, l'IIIIony. a was plaln- or perHonx companies
If"'" i ice and respectfully Dyal for no stake and thus may con therefore, not assist such a bid without building new buildings.: lie ha I .Ud I I. il.c.rlorn.tol MIHun ,1"rp'1nnt. ilolnic work i iou t 'Id iui bIle

'>lh' ,iport, T. of N. all KENDRICK Democratic Sunday here with year in and year out to the a very strong holding in the suit bid. I In been criticized for being defeated IHIH > lnl unon IIH the WI"property of In roads of HI'llloro Cui, lt I y, Flurhl.

! parents Mr. and Mrs. of the most lackadaisical.: this case A should pass and await I the $8 ill d.rndnnl. I II. (1. 1a..on. I any ni 'nl'I.lloo.. St
for re-election but litu friends I Unit ,.i.t-(Ii I hell own n .1 hlllr.l. the
Si I
-,,1\, iniiiiiince, myself a can*' Mr. and Mrs. I simple enough for the unlearnrd further action by O, if any.. It is up to claim this Is to his (credit Inn*- I i Iliadford: I (':iii U t 9', \Florl.lu.: y I'1\ : 1 1.'ul!:: ,, of Bond 'rll"I .o In .
fr i 'h. iifllce of RepresentaHI and W. M. Hodges of children its subtleties II to show more strength by further an follows. : way bo liable for the payment
idfuril County, subject too possibilities approach the infinite bidding and until he dues A should much as he sloo.l for what he believed All I I nuTi'linnillHe. tllrnlur.t hanlwnre the same.HOARD.
Democratic Saturday afternoon and iti'ods .
thr' primary In.rated
,.' Mi 1, If elected will promiseid tives and friends. the capacities of the most In I keep quiet. wus right and took defeat I In I 11. Ml ore bil I IlinK I "h/I.IH" ly fly 13. S. JAT'rnIWI
\ >id honest discharge of So true is this that in spite I rather than today to an organize I'oniliieted I hy I It. n. at Htnrlic, 4-30-5t-5-18_ ..!! ,
I' i the' office and I respect- Miss Claasle ; immense popularity of the game Answer to Problem r ,J. Z) !. tlou that was trying to run the I Iliadforil ("millIv.' KlnrUlii.anil Mll'lfl OF
,,11' "ii v.iur support. will offer for ,' the pin- l'l'II.I'TIO
O. W. HA ZENrorvrv spent Sunday here or woman yet stands out as Iearts-8! 6,4 school, hut which succeeded In lIen of 11"tylnM i I 11'r"r said I execution I

and Lula Mae Lewis. thoroughly and unquestionably/ Clubs 9. 7 I. demoralizing them. I Hm mild property II I the toni doorof Serial I No. 020R2D.Ueparlment .
1-- -- Mr. and Mrs. ( it. There is none who hasn't JjamondsA., ",,8.4 I the County Court llotixo In llrnd-" of tha Interior U. I
JUOOF1 I learn a rurd ',.tunl y, I".rlln.' on the 4th day 1.Iul IHMuu at Ualnosvllle I Klorl.ln.
: about both the A.
to Spades Q 10,9
children Malcolm yet I nf June' ., between tho April 14, hIlt.NO't'l'll .
City CommlrtHloners of Pensa-
1 ,innounce that I will be a ;; .1v :
n and the play of the hands. IIOUI-H of i oVIoi-k I. I In, the forenoon Is hereby given that William
1 ,ti, 1'."fiirlffp.i, --election of Bradford to the Coun-office I Carrie Lee spent the preceding article, attention t Y i cola have decided keep the and tIe" o'clock In I the nfterin. F. 1'owel I, of Hlnrke, Florida.who .
" nf" Mr. and Mrs. J. pres-I 1"" MILI will I then and ( licit* Moll 12, 192R, made
idit( subject to the Democraticv with / : to the take-outs of a part : A D s ent time and not attempt ni jer"mh..r
property to tlu> hut ii- "
t ?IIP held be June 5th 1928. Mr. and Mrs. no-trump bid that are based on ; Z : "daylight saving" of beginning the eMl aii'I beet l lil.Mer\l. for caxli. South. half of Northeast ttiiarter.Section .

, imp rt will. A. OARDINKIlTX appreciated.GEO. : and daughter. Here is another fine ex day one hour earlier and quittingan \V. J. "111'IION.. !10' Townxhlp:: I: I South, Manure
of the benefits that accrue when No score, rubber game. If Z dealt ami; Nh"l'lr. lra.lo, ', 2.1: l Munt: 'TallahasHee Marldliln, hue
Mrs. <
yule Mr. and hour elll'lIer.Iany! cities In 1-l-Bt-fl-l. '
1 1.I.hll.1'IU'I'I"I.JVI' 'tiled notice of I to make
ASSF.S1011i follows this system: passed and A also passed, has Y, 111"nloll .. dams
and children Thrce-ycnr
nolds Florida haveleelded
)> innotince to the public justifiable third hand bid and if RH, on the same \i) : : : lil.I. TO to the land I Jrnot. uhearri. tiel. b..r.rel'l..rk
.II i ,candidate for the olllco spent Sunday here Jlenrts- what should it be? Y should bid uno plan. .0'4\ l'Ol.1 1':1: 1'1'1 Chciilt Court at Htarke. Florida -
At 8or, subject to the willv ents Mr. and Mrs. J. 10, 8, 7,2 on tim" let day of June, 1D3S.Claimant .
diamond and h.l1 it ov-Iid. show thespades. ---- 1
at the Demo-
lur'E coming
; llA 8 5 4 3 names as wltnenxes'Fretl :
rrlmnry election to be held Mr. Johnnie J, A tliiid hand bid .huuld not tx In a few weeks the wasted energy TO WHOM, IT MAV CONCKUV: NOTICK or Htnrke Florida.W. .
192! Tn asking for thin officeS 10,9 made unless hold least three IS IIKltKIIY (IIVI'IN THAT U.SI..Hoe., of Mtarke, FlnrlibuNewton
MIHBPS Blanche of you at suntricks. now being expended 1 upon poll- A policies No.. I luSt to -
hal I am thoroughly famlith "Iomohl'
the duties pertaining spent Sunday here : Y I You always should be wary of tics will be put forth In Florida 1J: In"I.I'o., Nos. 1S323( to .. Blrlckl"d. of Starke.
.ind promise. If erected t making third hand bids. unless you arcat 1 :|| ( find N... 2l'.IJ7H: to 1.'lorll.. ( of Slarke 1 ,
Mrs. J. A B real 239100 lnrl.ln
and developments. Inclusive Ilrlekln"I.
Mr. : Many
: upon of the Coloiilul PUre
"hnrifc the duties of said of- least a trick st than you would : : )RCI I') C. (' .
ronger 5 ilranch
Ih mine personal-efllclent Ed Howard all ; Z i e big plans for Industries I'nilerwrlters, of Nallonal I I I
Mrs. need for dealer's bid secondhand. farming 4-ao-lit-B-H_Itevlster
I a or one by i.'l Ins. P, of I Hartford. ro'llrln,
that have
irt IIP manner
I,' ,I'F dutle.-and will be on spent Sunday here A 5 If you don't bid, fourth lian and fruit growing are being made for i their validity the oOlnl"I..IKln.tnre ( 1 0'1'11' FOIl
nli to make Howard.Mr. probably will .. the don't real estate Is taking trIo of n duly IlIlhorl.I n I "" 01 'I'I'II''I'IO
: you your'i'c Mrs. H. II. (>as hand so on new :
ed t 11':
I will A, K, ). 6 RKent, liavn I ii Hlncu louse
a trIal. I
"" ,' ind me will show my appremy ap-- : n. 13. Thomas 1>, JO, 2 o: i the bidding unlesa you are pretty and promlHen of a big winter sea-! :liollcles I luivu: :not linen roKUlarlyI'ounterxlKneil
> Lewis were A Q J 8 lion are every part
v ,1 support. save: gime if overbid. It is almost the for nor any )1'01111" receivedthereunder T holder. of Tax Cer-

91, sincerely' B. W. HAYES Starke Saturday. rubber game. Z dealt: '!nd bid same position as fourth hand although of the Btale.. will be valueless I by I I I nnd, o'I'II"Y'1: : In they I the: I tl"It! 1921 N..I hiix I 173, tiled 41, h day xtild of A".II"t
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I A passed and Y bid two third hand doesn't require quite Ro much Miami handM of whomsoever I they may fall In otllce and niadtt mipllcatlon for
811111'OS---I homes
il h 3 .IIIHlun'e that I am a canto duties of the office my scoring five od'l. game and strength to justify a bid i as dues fourth : new to and nny claim thereunder, would belllcitHl I lax deed to I"HII I h cicut II I In accordance
,, ] ,reelection to the office of clentloull attefltii1.DRIW : If he had allowed Z the hand. be erected here: at cost of $15,000 I I I u nd fraudulent, I foundthev with I II'Y, Haiti curtlllcate I I em-
: to play
assessor of taxes of Bradford I should, bn 1'111.,1 the 4'oliimlila lira ex I the I I ii ic dencrlbed, property -
Florida subject to the : each.Oreenacres. I H. I'. "1. .. I Ihn ('ii,,lift I Y. sit Ll.II"I':: i ii I llradford: county,
, of the voters at the coming"; ('OI'NTY ( "" Answer to Problem No. 31 No cIa un of nature' piirtioiilnHr l"l'ui'iuiii.wlt:
,lection, and solicit yourIn I hereby announce City-New I.'reeI'lIl! to ,Im, biiMetl:: upon, ,:; i them, will I \bi: recoKtilxed let half of Norlheimt quarter "fJnllhl.t
asking; for re-election Inn for member of the b Hearts 5, 2 I by the ('olllny. The publlo I quarter Hectlon -
a record of courteous ef- pomvnlHKlonprn from' ClubsKJ, 10,6 odlst church! her dedicated. will I'h'o"o| ." nol"" acconlltiKly.rnl.O.NIAI | (I, J"llh Hunife 22 lOitnt.
and 1 helpful service I to the I Starka' south, and .. { Diamonds A J 10 5 Cross City-Work progressing I, 1'MKH: ,'titV. itii'IitS, The t of xuld property
I of Uradford county, and to give the dlxtrlrf lirunch of Nnllonal l lire IIIMUI'UIIC. under said rerllllealn I: I lusued was In
, yIu" favor, me I will continue I heat service nf which I Spades 10. 9. 8 rapidly on construction of new Co.. .f. Hartford.By the inline of J. I.'. Irrom".n.UlleHII : .
you that same h.lpfuillarvice I I solicIt your support r r ) [ K, J. 10. 6, 4 l!".Tts <>, II, 7 Methodist, church. Hulbels Hriire and Co., said certificate .shall bn re
1givAfl in the past.. Very re- IUb."A.- i J. S. 3. 2 ; Y Cluut 4Dianiuiiuk (leneml AKent ,1..1.< ap"lrlnl to luw tax tlevtl
I t
(Vliimbla, .. on the 14th day or1'r'I
v, nIIINTKMIKNT, WAINWTHnH'I' COUOO'C"I1I1: :'\ Q, 8, 4, 3 A S '). I. t>, I 1'ensacolaUlds opened for build- 5-4-6t-6-1 1 A. Ii.th..r"ol 19211.

I hereby announce none Z Spates A, K. 6, 5, 2 AIM 1':1'1'1"1'1': : : II 1'11 'TI"U TO ; ,'.i this Uth day of April A
additional miles hardaur-
rf-UIIMC IN. didate for election as Ing 3 l'O'.UI:" *'
STHUCTIOVnounclng mliwloner from t lc r faced road on Lillian highway.1'LI'1"I'Il (I. W. AI.DRRMAN
elected I Hearts A 9 3
If ,
;, aa a candidate for county. Clerk Circuit Court.Bradford .
district and. county Clubs- 7 TO WHOM IT MAY CO.VCRUN: NO-
ion tn Florida.
the office of Superln- 9dl, County
I if Public Instruction of vine of which I am Diamonds-K '1'1' 11.1NIY 4-13-61-5-11.
i\OiitlIi 1 .
submitted. 111 7S.17H to 78100),
, rd county, I aft'hofsrllor': fully Spades Q J 7. 4, 3 I'olrl.i he Colonial. Fire t'n-
thename :: ;::- ,Inl".lv.i ..., Ilraneli Nutloniil I l''lrIns. \o'I'I'I'1 HIlel' .Al. flM4il' C ''1.1

, ititln Ilif duties. of this Interest office and In COUNTY ...... :'' : ', rubber game Z dealt and bid trick in Z's linn I Iuth: the king 2. )' the pnwpr v<*..tef1 In them by Co., of I llartfor I .f"l, reiiulrlnir i for
a.rat an I hereby announce tho law. i>( )Florida the Ilriurtl of theIr vnlldlty the coiintpmlwnutureof Sixty Days after date I hereof I
(arc of the children during"; didate for re-election <*. ) A tml two hearts, Y bid two should now lead tiiu qui.vil o! utiudcb 1'tibllo liiHtruction of IJruilfortl ,'uU U- I I a duly I .. and I I the underslvned Administrator ofI
, t foui years. a* I have: In the missioner from district and li bid three hearts. Z bit! which 0 miiht' win with the die. 11 can ly hereby rails utt election to b.. hlvo.lIllw'.I., 1".no.,1IK"t (Ihe 1'111. of Mary II. 111'llhll. dt>-

J hereby solicit vou- vote. elected I will spades, A and Y passed and U now lead cither .1 diamond, ) or a pa.le )held :In New River I "Special Tax 1.1.1.I ... IUV" ..not I been reirtilarly ', present my 1 and
II. B. WIUUINS"lj and couny the School Dlxlrlct' on June Ill. 11)28. for .. :
district len or I 1.1, which fni't Klnnl I account to the Moiiornhl* Dt"'
Z and A and Y If former Y should the ",
< passed re the Iri! l It
rot which r nm cnnnble. Win < the purpofte of electing three triiHtoeii I the tinilerMlKrnnd. I local I ii gao t herebypublicly A. ilardlner, ('.'uinfv Judirn of Br.i" -
.innounce myself a cantnr All passed and A opened the with tho ten ot diamoiuU. a,. A tlioultl anil annfiminir the nil I lit KB fur I aMIrniH I ; or act..lnl.,1 for, ford County t Florida, fur their approval
the office of Superlntend- COUNTY ('o"III"IO"i' hearts. Y played the deuce B the play low. Y should thin, .Und tlieut-eol, the enHiilnic, two yearn. Kor I he pur- nor Inv ,premiums I r"<.lv.,1 I 1..1'- and ask to be discharged IM
Public Instruction of Brad- I hereby announce and Z the trey. U now led the diamonds on which Z shouM discard I"'HO nf hoMlnif mild election (J. ,, bv; thin Company, they \ ; such' Administrator.This .
'untv. subject to the action of didate for re-election II \v. Andrews, M. L,. JohnM and II. !', valu I <*leHH and void I In the hands ofwhomsoever 13th day of April nSDB. .
\imnry June 5th. I earnestly commissioner district Z played the ate and A and Y club. Y should, then lead a low club Itonfroo are appointed managers they inn y fall I I and any 8. MATTHMWfl.Administrator..
\i'Ui" vote and .support and If elected I will continue suit, How should Z play the which B should trump Now whatcvci L. W. KICKMTPMt: claims thereunder, would be Illotfiiltrnl .
I promise. In return, a fair people Bradford lto | from now on( Z should lead the B lends Z must win the bal.im of the Chairman. 1 friiinliilent.I If found they should I I Estate of Mary II. Rrlfflmrn, dei-eam.

martial, administration of the and elllclent hearts and trump in Y's hand tricks or three odd re-duubled. If [D II. II. WIOaiNS. he returned to the Columbia, H. C.olllca _ __ 4il9tes.3Elill ..
r the office devoting; my ties of the office Secretary 5-18-&t-0-15 of the I"mlliny.: No claim I of
"il nersry to the advancement the best Intersts of the eight of spudes. Y should now should( lead a spade at trick; nine, Z will ally nlllr.lr'lrlhM to he baxedupon TO ItmiTOII AND
""Olin of education.Respactfullv.. tv. ______i-', U ten of spades which B must lead out the trumps and make his club! !! Thst '\ UiI-rt": t '\ IT'T'i.i'tt ,-'U r- wil.t I I / iu'i by theCompany. ('IHU'G'OIU:
the B should lead ItI"UI'I.I'"I'IU'I I publlo will please
king. now good, winning four odd re-doubled.
A. J. QRIFFI3nectfully FOil COM :> \ : lake mum accordingly.CIlI.ONIAr. Notice Is hereby given that all
of clubs which Y should win.
hereby announce .. KIIIM I ] ttNUKRWItlTKIlS, .
that I I creditors I.eicatees, Distributees anil
announce am .. ,
I'rerlnrt N. I. Inwicy
,irtnti, for the office of County Kindldate for I now lead the .nine of spades In other words it possible to nmki: O. II. I'fnrrtt clerk and James HOHler Co.. ff Hartford.lly all persons havlnl claims againSt
lenilent, of Schools subject to commIssioner from and B should refuse to win. Y should three odd in any case,and four odd) if 15 J. A. I Iowa and H. A. Blanchari. 1.I"el. Flruce ran1M'Co.' the 1 Estate. LivIngston, deceased

let and regulation of the If Hampton.re-elected Theressa will' I a low diamond, winning the makes a mistake. l. InMpertnm.I'rrHnrt; 114Cl-A-I ('oi ii,iiili, H (', are hereby required to present
aUI. primary to be held on best No.. 2. !Stark (North) their claims duly alth..nt..t..
county the : ,
the "
-- .. ... to Honorable Oeo.
I in. -. -.
I feel that I am In every ..r I solicit I* JDUI'll Hrlfl UtMl. I 3111'lt'tl 1..dln"r.
'mimed to give the duties of capable June Ith.I. White A. J. Thomas and Aubrey In Circuit I Court Twenty-Sixth Judlclnl County JutlMre of Bradford .
1 P Mllcient! and competent ser-. the primary. ( HATHAWAY OUT- JMonre Inspectors. Circuit, Bradford Florida, for his approval within one
'' t'ou"ty.Florldn. from date thereof or this no-
"dicing; a full and faithful Vrerlnet Ni a. Stark (Month) In Chancery.
If" of the duties of the of- ," ''' J. U Peek clerk II ,,I T.. V. Hrnlth. (CIty of municipal, cor- rte will be held In bar thereto. ant
the test of my ability. Ire. COUNTY announce A. W. Anderson and J W An.lrews.Jr flarke.. Q persons. Indebted to the. said .
111 ask your I hereby > \ FLORIDA MAN ., Inspectors. 1'etltloner. tate. are required to pay their sail!
Respectfully didate for county oomm Precinct >... 4. ( r.h.m .. ,debts I forthwith tn the uin.lereignsdnIminiutrntor.
C. T. trlct No. 6, comprising CheMey I l-'oxit clerk A. Was- This 23rd day of
I.AWHORNIilKHK elected. State of Florida.Telp"nd..nl.,
New River. If din, F. T. Abernuthy : '. M.: Byrd, March 1928.UiaORaB.
efficient --
faithful and C.
"10, announce CIRCUIT to the COURT voters of of the duties of the lie Built Have Caused Mil chairman of the state highway I Inspectors.I'rerlnrt M',. n, Hampton 1'.lth'n .<.<.,.. llonil TAX rVINGtTO '
rd County that I am a candl- work for the best to Ito Invested In State commission and told to plan and J. K. Adklns. clerk anil .1. I '. K"an. I'AYKKM CI'rIZt'NI! CITY OF Estate. of Kate Llvlnsriton.t.yiinf.S.2B .
r the office of Clerk of Circuit county. _!:: C. (I. MatUre and J, L William In. AND Al.fPKKHONU Deceased.tOTICIO .
I Kntitled: to Lead as Gov carry out a system of roads for the R'\ fKf.
shall be grateful toe spectorsPrerlnrt
very I ORIOKTINri I :
," for their support and vote COUNTY: COW'III'ISIO' state commensurate with its lime- %o. *. Th.reii.n INTIHJoITI'O.of yu will take no- TO IIKMTOII AWI> fUEU-
'rlmnry election to be held on I hereby announce R. C. llolberner clerk and C. Hill- tire that the City of it municipal ITOII*
light position before the of
X. June Bth. 1928. Having; dldate for reelectIOn. eyes liven, B. H. Swindell and John lal. corporation :I Ikth I lawsof
the County In this capacity commls8loner. District a man becomes big enough the nation ht found a state of I,ispeetors.Precinct. the State of )Florida by anl Notice Is hereby given to at
everyone la familiar with Brooker and "... 7. lew lii... has ( creditors distributees and
my pricing" target for snipers and complete ennui In (the road depart through Its City Council, legatees
ml your support will be all If elected, I will a O. W. Andr.w. clerk and n. W a petition In the above stylnd court, all persons having claims I against I
"re appreciated me. I people of Bradford When he ascends ment. Ills predecessors might Kelley, B. V Itenfroa and S. C. Crews under, date the 24th day of April the I r'state of Henrietta llrown deceased

'Continued hft service. faithful service that I enough there are always have been !living In the land of the Inspectors.I'rwlnct. A. I). 19211 to have the Issue of Ten are hereby :
Q. W. ALDERMAN past; always doing my M.H. IIr..k..r ThoiiKiind. ($10,000.00) do worthof sent their claims duly rt1ett
concerned Inokln", after. ready to pull him down Lotus eaters so far as buIUIng: M r Mnthi-ny clerk and J. J. Mor- hunI. as authorised l"r. .. City ed, to the Honorable ( <-
(Ht TAX: people the uf Htnrke and Iner. Jmls of
COM.KCTOH ot the desire to roads of any significance was con- ( the City of as County Iradt..r<
or a
TlK been urged by my friend my own personal from envy provided for by law, validated andlonflrmvd County. Florida, within I '
In* that I am duly qaallfled. i_.. his place. A man who ac cerned. There were only something FOllIONUJJENTSMarkers hy decree of the above from: date hereof, or this notice willlie '

r announce. myself a candlr exlctes In- over 20' miles of hard roadsIn _styled court. held In bar thereto and aH persons
; Office of County Tax Col- MFtMIIEIL' ,..CIIOOI. itt nothing no envy And that on the 24th day of Arrll. Inlehl,0 to saltl estate are 1.-
ir Bradford County Florida. At the earnest. no attack commands no at the state, although there was A. I). 1921. an order Issued '11..1 their dehtii fnrlhll
to the Democratic PrimaryW. voters In school district with which to build them. coping or any the said. ('O.rt. iiwalnst the State -ne. decided to return for money requiring It, through thetionorahuie This 30th day nr March. 5925.J. .
E. TORODE.hy member .f the school Is the position of Dr. Fons Now there are 'more than 1,600 thing for your cemetery II. V. Knltrht State At'nrn1 (!. TSnit1'r.T.9'fl.flt$25 : .
this district! Your ..uP miles all of the for ,the TwI v...'I h JlHll- Admlnlstraj...:
reaching: parts
highly candidate for gov Int. See cleaicrna and
Announce myself a randl- will be aJPW : our
state binding all sections In a -
p the office of .Tax Collector his supporters point out. By
,'ford County. I solicit the complete and comprehensive plan prices before buying.
t 1-Ierled.'>f the voter.promise of the the County faithful UMIIFIt having. been,,(ilOO1.urged"" the lead Institution In giving her sys that leaves no part of the state Iso We deliver and erect our We 'can charge your

118 >f the duties of paid of- District No. I. I ?" good roads he has ascend- lated. The groundwork has been work. YES 8 HRS
candidate ,
myself a laid and the complete work will go
------- C.? A. KNIOWT. the school board from a conspicuous height where I STORAGE BATTERY In

FOR SHF.HIFF" county.It elected the I promise b..t the" seen as one of the outstand- ahead to fruition. TiE GAINESVILLE JSmith's

lv announce my candidacy an Your .up of the state and Its lo- These new roads In the state
'IT 'if Brand cay1tbl' .f i
; ford sub-
'" leader tile governor. Now MEMORIAL CO.
n action of the votera at the have brought millions of 'dollars'worth

., f June 6th. If elected I MKWBBI. Cr11005. I has shown himself a lead. of wealth to the state Dr. Starke
citizen of the county
->'' enforcement Impartlal- thereby announce should be promoted to a Hathaway's proponents assert, and Box 232Gainesvile Garage

I i:1,' *>:'" one and all. Your aup1 "II a member. No.2 nf the, where. his talents as an added millions of dollars to the

W appreciated, MITCH EDWARDS the from duties DistrIct of the otlicS .. ', executive and master coffers of the state through new Fla.

attention It the should be utilized to the property to be taxed, and at the -

announce myself a can- elect m" Your t..ot. degree. the applause once --;-_- -
'r..ln time lowering the state tax
'r and will he ''''' same : "
/e-electlon to the ofHce "
""' 'I Bradford county. If re- I II has turned. In certain quar rates. No one believes for a minute '

'1 will. as In the pat. spare IF.'IIIIFJII' [IICIIOOI.announce unlovely sounds of cater. that the Colliers, the Ring- COFFINS & CASKETS Il
t the the office.f"11 discharge I earnestly of the"omport didate District for member No. 8.or and acrimonious notes lings the Fords the Rockefellers and a Fall LJo of J. R. DAVIS & CO. I'i

'I',.nary.of the Rxspectfully voters In the, I hoard promise the continued ,[ In Jealousy, his friends and the hundreds of other nation-

-_._______W. 7 F.PPP.RQ01'l_ charge ot the I.duties. ,[ There are thousands. ally known Investors who have Undertakers Supplies

rlnn'UR: O** nEaITfl-... Your 8pnr..1o support t ed I. A-R: of Florida clltlzens of put millions Into Florida property, '

T101atinouncn they "point out, who believe would have come here If the state AUTOMOBILE IIBABSBAlnn INSURANCEAGENCY

i' that I a ean.c CneT4flLIl! who was at the helm
am ,
announce I man had not been building a system of
_: 'h' office of supervisor I hereby .. ._. T.-
t.atl'n' for Bradford county. dilate for reeleCtinm The and executing the sys completely articulated reads and 81 the I.*. *

:I: I -I1I give my very beet for district the No.people I. will good roads. shouU be at the at the same time demonstrating Its tnUmm t* taUcnpk ******.
Wsr4 carrying out the duitflpe port ot II. RXCUITIMB* KJdlALWn ESTABLISHED 1886
and I solicit your .d. J. of the ship of state where own faith In the future of the

.* the June primary.**. r ?WALt.OWIIUoNEIL.DilT. CO"f'TAor.F : opportunities for reaching state. Br enabling thousands of DEWIT C. JONES

f' 1. method Friend"of ann"oneln"of H. ," ', results would be still wid- tourists to drive hundreds of miles STARK FLA. STARKE FLA.

b' for constable of Justice over the itate, which they would I
; announce tnycetf a can.or -
election to. the omca of dl.... tet.'No.' r.. In and the Dr. Hathaway was made not have done if It had not been _.._, m I __: 'C- : .-- _
ocnmlionar for District No. of the .ote.
'' If lacUd I will give the marl to b. held .Jlln. t .1. .

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,: J' 'W"\'TY. \ /,, ,, ''''.ypc 'f'I''r r ''w ". ""'"JI! m"I'-1\II7.f\ "-''''. '''\I"''''W.. ., .""'. 1r ...",..,..,., """'" 11'i'9. J ,. .' ...,.....,.... .W'7 '.4"W/"'



: PAGR .}.01.'U. -- .. BRADFORD.__ __ u COUNTY_ __ .__._TEl-KGRAPn_. -_. ": ::" ;: __8TARKK.__ _. ._. .FLORIDA___ .._....._ ....__-.-_ --. -.- .. ... --.Fnm.\y-.--- --,--11.11'Farmers -..a;;:,

-. ._____.0-. .m ____. stucco or
' consumed dally by each camper. rw Y" whlt.-wai,.'d i
Two vegetables besides potatoes n an elaborate dII'rw,, ,,,)' bl'

-1 are ueccesuary each day she ex- focal feature of, f f(1 n, ad.II'h

:: & Farming i plains. Fruit Is recommended for tral point of Int,.","", -

: breakfast and for use in desserts.Six t' 4i Homes of this I Ii,.ire,.
KlaHses'of water each day are to those seeking! ',''IJ, !?
essential, and sweets between ent II-nd,
(Ity Agricultural ) ( Ol l
l' English
, meals are taboo. type.
.. Finch must have nine The house
l. I camper J- ii IIltl,, ,1 fait,
: *
hours sleep each night and one Is a good ,
: Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles I, wt exumpi "r the,'
hour of rent during the day, preferably Italian typ .,
.1 I.
t of Farm Experienced and Methods FoundTo f after the noon meal. Outdoor small Amen," ,II, i "'\"Jlled\
I'; Be Best Suited to Our Country I exercise Is necessary every The strlkinr i f. ,

day. In many camps this will consist front Is the ,, ,, 'Iur
11111// ,
.. of swimming.It hand ,
--- -- -- -
, = .. entrance door, "n ,,,.
-- '
to have variety 181
is essential a and 'detail. ( ,, ,
of vegetables, such as cabbage, "II pal.d *
BEES HAVE TROUBLES In lower part: Sri,, i",,",,,d,
lettuce, tomatoes turnips and oth- the inside of h"1" ,', !, ills'
ers. Part of the dally milk require- the dUd ref'

f: SAY EXPERTS OF THE ment may be taken in the form of feature doorway at nlKin j Kniu| .111 101'
milk drinks. A cooked cereal is light. ls netts(,
, suggested for breakfast for those w .rot
k; :: STATE PLANT BOARD leading active outdoor lives. Dark > 1 n in The a logical plan a n-,,mgnmeal,,
' white :
bread Is preferable to she of the the ell;
' ,, ') ..foIIN'I'luIlN'! -I;;CNrll: : >ln Troubles kill the queen and( remove the says. main rooms balanced;; a central, ,

,;:' \nil ilvn SIIjjt'Nlloll" weak colony to the stand occupiedby side and servant's room oa

I.'or Trciil ini-nt. a strong hive and place the I t A arM rear
strong hive on the stand formerly RURAL COMMON: SENSE On the
" occupied by the affected colony. I By Spuds Johnson"A second floor the a
Gainesville, Fla. -- Beekeepers suite is over tl,' living|
have their troubles! too, say beekeeping The field bee from the strong I three additional bed to<

experts of the State Plant hive returning from the field will MAN OF HIS WORD" conveniently armngeirtj, ;! to*,,
Board. It one IN to make a auc- enter the hive with paralysis and -- tral hal1.

case of beekeeping he must be con- thereby build up the strength of At a down-state town last week This house

' stantly' on the alert for possible the affected hive very quickly and I[ was standing on an express platform t __.___._______m eight inches mpasurej m

troubles In his apiary, despite the then the young Italian queen can where a lot of beans were RM..Inq'T :: .. Including terra amiss the to,
notion that been free he introduced. With ._ off dlnlj
popular are the extra being loaded for shipment. I was N which adds
of diseases. worker bees in the hive and the talking to a negro grower who was Q I with a frontage feet, thlll,

The adult bees are troubled with young queen to rear more brood, loading beans. A white man who enty-flve feet of seventy
dysentery and paralysis. In the the colony "noon, eliminates the had headed some crates for the rYA should be p,

South the bees are not affected to condition and becomes a strong negro came by and said he had finished MI In. Complete working pin

anyex'fent with dysentery because colony. with the work and asked if r J specifications of this hag

they fly all during the winter and There Is another condition that the negro was ready to pay him. "I 1 ur be obtained for a foals
" evacuate the fecal matter which cannot be traced to a disease, but haven't got any money with me t from the building editor

',!, causes this trouble it l Is of Importance to the beekeeper now," the negro said. "Well, that's I '$ to House H-A-155.

, Paralysis la recognized: by the In some places. in the state. all right, pay me tomorrow," thee \ -4----
abdomen of the bee being distended Many beekeepers state that in lh white man replied as he walked Davis Islands brIdge coal
" find gloll y. It smoke is blown spring their colonies dwindle down off : Tampa. with Davis IsILD//;

' Into the hive the boes will tremble very fast Just when a honey flow The manner of the white mans J opened this week with apPf!'

: and apparently do not possess the Is. coming on. This dwindling 1 told me he had implicit confidence ,, ,rza2Q/amN /' t' ( .... -/ V ceremonies befitting suolu
" power of locomotion In severe I due to the fact that many old bees .-,-- / -,-- Davis Islands development
In the of the and
Integrity negro {i .. .., !
;.( cases the colony will dwindle down I In the hive are unable to stand the I[ said to the negro: "They must "; I J I I I i n J over sometime ago by siov

to a here handful of bees and then vigorous duties Incident to gater- trust you pretty well around here X .f; JjffJ L ' the wax worm gains entry to the Ing nectar from the flowers and Flulay.'' Well we all live around ,_ -'- d'' ; to completion and Tampa

hive and ruins the combs. they die from natural causes. here you know," was the negro's to many and in the moat- iu tins type of house the strong congratulated upon obtain!:
Paralysis Is thought to be a Proper apiary management will A "''UILi11AL'lYl'L: OK JIOMKBy appeals services of this great utlllu
from the reply fled Italian one finds an. architecture outstanding characteristics are the in
weakness inherited correct this trouble, declare the Black or white. It is a mighty pany finishing up cm
queen. When a colony is affected bee specialist It a young queen fine thing for rural people to have ( : R. C. Hunter & Bro., Archts., that is suitable for small nicely balanced symmetry of the greatest developments
with this trouble the best thingto In Introduced Into the colony late the confidence of "all those who New York.) American houses along formal facade a low pitched unbroken Just another Instance of Hi

do I Is, kill the queen place the In the summer or early in the fall live around here." This confidence The more formal type of home lines. roof usually of tile; plain walla of of Florida utilities.

affected colony over a strong hive there will be a sufficient numberof Is built up by our keeping our ...-.-.---. --------..-
---------- ------------
, and later Introduce a young Italian young workers to go through promises and meeting ourobliga-
luto the stand. Another the winter to maintain
'l quoen new a strong
tions-by each man being. "a man
to control this trouble is to the
way working colony spring. of his word.'

..- With sharp and trick practices oroR O%

' being encountered frequently it is
a relief to find men "whose word .... .. .. '
: .
, "
.. _
', .t; .
0(" .
" Is as good as their money. The '", ::0.I",..,"".. .
, POISON TO CHICKENS reputation of_being "a man of his I j .\..' rti, ..
word Is a priceless one. I ... ." :
. ,. ....... "": "',. -. .'
I' .
Gainesville, Fla.--Poultry owners Mr. BJdlns Is a native of Mis ri.t'H MKMIIKRS: : .TAUGHT : } ''''-- '.
of Florida are warned to keep sours lIe attended the state university I.. NEWS WHITING AT CAM' '. .
and received the B. S. degree .I.i
thelrthlokens away from sesblna .. .
plants unless the pods have been in 1924. In 1926 he was I Gainesville, Fla.-A class In 'iJl. '. '
removed. One poultrymau reported awarded the M. A. degree from I news writing featured the Gads : .' :'

', a loss of a large number of: Missouri. He immediately began I den, county Club Camp, which was ,

birds last week from eating seeds work for a 'doctor's degreeat I held May 23-25. The class was \ ,'; .
of Ibis plant Iowa State Colloge, and hag I instructed by J. Francis. Cooper : '

Sesbanlu Is an ornamental plant completed thin work except for editor for the agricultural Exten- l.. .. .. 4

grown quite widely over the state, taking the final examination.The sion Division and was the firs ,;. ; i
They are in bloom now around major portion of graduate I of Its kind ever held In Florida. ,I 1 v rA

Gainesville and may be easily recognized work pursued by Mr. Eddins hag I Reporters were elected from r .

at thH| time, states Dr. A I been In plant pathology and agron i each club in the county and these I .' '.. A
L. Shealey veterinarian of the ,omy. Ills doctor's thesis dealt together with several county correspondents ...-

Florida Experiment Station. Dr. with corn smut, a common and Important of the Gadsden coun- ,; e F j -. / L

Shoaly discovered lust fall that the disease of corn. ty Times met with Mr. Cooper ." 0
need were poisonous to chickens. each day for elementary Instruc- ,i 1;. .: ::
ItaAT .'
1 KXI: ICT: \ '
The plant has a bright red flower tion In reporting news for their .. '- \
borne In clusters. The pods local paper. I : _
have four sharp angles. A com- At the end of each day's activities I .. .:' _
plete description of the plant will Gainesville, Fla.-When more the reporters gathered around J... t' ..
be found In Experiment Station than 200 boys from all parts of the a. table and prepared accounts of: 1. '. ,.
state gather here next week for the p
their clubs for the .
bulletin number 196, which l Is now day Then a i ..'
annual club short course the will
ready for distribution.So camp paper was compiled and read I./ r
find everything in readiness for .. ,
a before the whole The idea .
far no treatment has been group. .
found successful for birds poisonedby pleasant and profitable week. met with Immediate success and : :';','1'j

seed of the setitmnla. The only The boys will arrive Tuesday, caused much interest on the part iP .. .lm,1 ''

way to be safe is. to remove the May 28. The first thing on the of the club members. : QN
pods before they mature says Dr. program will be to attend the commencement Miss Elsie Laffltte home demonstration f. "''': 1 _

Shealy. Poultrymen who have exercises of the Uni agent had charge of the : .
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these plants on their grounds versity. After lunch they will beregistered. camp. She declared that the members -.. .-... .'T. .. __
should remove the seed pods at Regular work begins. were enthusiastic about their r i ,..-..'."...,.. r._ '. :
Wednesday morning. club and -. -
once.. reporting expected to i ."
The- bulletin-- Is Just on the press The boys will be divided into see much Improvement in their I II II I

and may be secured by writing the two groups. Those who are attending writing a8 a result of the class. I i II
Experiment Station. In the mean- short course for the first I I I
time the seed pods should be removed time will be classed as juniors. The third hearing by the Flor- .
without delay declares Dr. Those who have attended one or ida railroad commission on a pro-

. Sheal)'. more courses will be seniors. The posal by the railroads to revise Intrastate -
juniors wll be given a' prescribed class freight rates to con-
VTASTK CtCUMIIIOltH M.XKU course, but the seniors may elect form with the rate structure now CLEANgasoline..SAFE oilI 'l'lit
CHOICK l>IIJj 1MCKM4S their own course. In effect in other southeastern

The work for the Juniors will states, ended In Tampa without a
Gainesville, Fla.-- .There Is nota consist of seven periods devoted to definite decision being made as to

pain in carload of dill pickles, livestock, mechanics, Insects and whether or not the proposed it '

declares Dr. I. W. Derger entomologist diseases, horticulture, keeping records change would be effected. I '

of the State Plant Doard, in poultry and campus. The -- : today's
Lee : ( motors need them
reminding cucumber growers that last named course Is designed to carloads county of mixed growers vegetables shipped the 31 .
cucumbers which otherwise
many acquaint the boys with the University I
would waste may be converted Into as a whole. past two weeks bringing in returns 1t I
diM the sum of 30000. Other ,
pickles. Boys of the older group may
After the shipping season is over select one subject and devote all sections In Florida are doing quiteas l'

there are many small cucumbers of their time to It. The beginner's should well be or broadcasted better and these for the figures ben- NOW, more than ever before; motors perform much better with clean Pan-Am
w'cli are usually allowed to course Is Intended to'open up the the
waste These may be used to good field to the boys. When they come efit of those Investors who are In- I extra protection that Pangasoline.. Unusual care in refining has

advantage by making them into back for the second year they us- clined playground to look upon Florida as the ; Am oil gives. They operate at speeds that develop removed the dirt
of the rich carbon-forming
dill prickles, he
says. ually have definite ideas as to what
Dill pickles are not in the same they want. football of the gambler.. : terrific engine heat. Heat that soon elements found in gasolines. That
class\ with those male with vine- Classes will be held on Wednesday Bulb growing is one of the best" : thins and breaks down ordinary motor oils.
means a cleaner
car it Is explained.: In making the' afternoon but the other afternoons bets In agriculture in Florida. This I motor-less carbon trouble

dill pickles lactic acid is formed I will be devoted to sports and state produces more than one-halt' I Pan-Am motor oil is safe -more power and mileage.
the came acid found In sour milk. recreation.
One of the features of of the narcissus bulbs in the Unit-
Doctors often advise patients not' the short course each year Is the ed States. About ninety growersare t because it is refined from ASOil
to eat the regular pickles, but the; track and field meet. This will be KH Pan-
acid found in the dill Is beneficial! held again this year. the output engaged last in this business and paraffin base crudes that produce (? F up today at the first
year was fifty million
Dr. Berger says: I! HKAI/ril RULES GIVEN bulbs. In conjunction with- J a tougher oil. Thus it Am pump you see. You can
Dr. Berger has prepared directions
for making the dill pickles-, FOR SIDO.U.C.UfPEHS. truck poultry farming balbs and promise fruit growingand much I holds its body, mile after be sure of honest service from

and will send coplei to those who : to the mile any Pan-Am! dealer. And you
Tallahassee. new residents of Florida asa I a t i keeps the hottest
write for them. Requests should -"Roughing It" Is
- be sent to the department of entomology -I all right provided proper precau- side Taxation line for reform profit and will pleasure.feature f! friction spots safe from destructive know that the products he

'. State Plant Board. tions for health are taken declares C
quarterly business session of sells are produced and di -
Gals seville. Miss Mary A. SUnnls, food the wear. ,
demonstration department in a board of governors, committee j' tributed by reliable or
WILL STUDY 1H.HKASKB letter to club members who are heads and individual members of Tear modem car will alto one
OP CORN IN' FLORIDA expecting to attend camp this sum- the 'Florida Association of Real r ganization.
Estate Boards to be held In Or- 1e

Gainesville Fla.-Auther R. Ed- &ier.Camp surroundings should be lando on Friday May 18th. 9L

dins has been appointed assistant kept sanitary fly and mosquito St. Augustine

plant pathologist in corn disease breeding places should be eliminated received for local-New fire department.fire pumper Pan o merican Petroleum

investigations at the Florida. Experiment garbage must be disposed of Miami-Farmers of Dade (Corporation
station. He began workon dally and drinking water and milk county :.. .

May U, and will devote his supply be carefully guarded ad- Miami-Southern Bank & Trust Also dtaritutan / KIP imeaicij, SEMDAC auto polish and
entire time to studies of corn diseases vises Miss Stennis. SUPERLA camllar
Company of
reopened for
In Florida. One quart of milk should be 'business _


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odern American Composers able to do was to jumble his facts of affidavits that supporters of Mr within the pant week enlisted un I.' 'U ______ -_ --
VICIOUS CAMPA10.V I about a road at Arcadia. In an attempt Carlton have advised their friends tor his standard la added rebuke 'I'wIKtunConstrUI.tJon of first
I to make hla hearers believe to vote for Catts on second choice to the campaign of character as- unit of $30.000 new Presbyterian
there has been waste and extrava- \VV arc not going; to any that Mr. "u"slnatlon. church to '
u'ndebted' to Early Spanish Settlers start here In near future.
campaign against Fons Hathaway gance or maintenance he has quoted Carlton In responsible for everything -If _.
one were further to believe, -- ---
ru .. .. In behalf of a candidate for but a part of the record whereas I I that In done In his behalt.bill Hastings 133:
,. ,A.... Mr Carlton he would think that cars potatoes
I governor from Tampa, hail set a the facts are that virtually a It Is significant; that he has Florida had no roads to speak of shipped from Hastings/ district on
high-water mark In Florida for new road was built at a reasonablecost. been saying; little or nothing about recent day
'I so flUent has he been the
upon constructive -
viciousness and mudslinging.Shown former governor. He declares
work of the state road de- a---
to be wrong and to be In a court of law a witness whoIs Hathaway Is third in the race and partment. When Florida was going ValparisoWork progressing
I still he renters all his fire upon rapidly on construction of .
! P telling ValpaWllllston
half-truths. Doyle Carlton I
shown to have been wrong on i him leaving Catts alone. lie Is through period of readjustmentafter
continues his tactics In the evident
q the so-called boom
material facts Is discounted all period
on doing the very thing Catta would
belief that all's fair In politics. -nida opened for .
the of paving
building roads
went at
he says unless there is corroobor have him do If the former gover- on apace
Trying to impute dishonesty to ation. By the snore token Mr. nor were directing the efforts of unequalled In the south. The road 19 through here.
3qk Chairman Hathaway on the sub- Carlton la impeached as a cam- the Tampa candidate for his own roads have boon built. Thousand. ---
} ject of automobile repairs he has paigner.In of motorists who travel them everyday DoLand Work being rushed
on foundation fro VolulIllcounty'.
been unable to distinguish betweencars know they have been con
and trucks and between a car behalf of Mr. Carlton vicious one were to believe the Insinuations structed. All the mhl- lhIKII111C new courthouse.Fort .
and a hoist. He has become so literature has been distributed in \ of Mr. Carlton he would be and misinformation of Mr.' Curl-
badly confused and has been so Intent violation of luw. Circulars have led to think that Dr. Hathaway lon cannot remove them. Myers-Tamlaml Trail
on picking flaws and finding made their appearance on the \In spite of his record of twenty- Tours inaugurates bus service between
Mr. Carlton reduced to
4 streets of Jacksonvlle with insinuations five In the this place and Miami.
specs In a monumental project of years public service is a
desperate otralts because of the
against Dr. Hathaway and
construction that he has revealed dishonest man. Yet there is rea-
loss of support and the failure ot
himself too small to be some of his supporters. They did son to believe that Doyle Carlton Chipley-Work progressing rap-
governor.If his campaign of insinuation
we not contain I the name of the author would have beeu willing to keep Idly on new coruthouae and; jail
were as picayunish Mr.
as may expect still more outbreaks ot
9tl as the statute requires. Neitherdid
Carlton Fond Hathaway at the head of the here
we would "wonder" if
a vicious \
YI campaigning before the
i they make direct charges, but
road department It he had not been
man who did not distinguish a car I balloting on June Jacksonville
?fie tb' from a holst'or was so anxious to were so worded as to leave an Candidate for governor, or would St. Augustine/ -Potato digging
accept Information from dlsgrunt- ugly insinuation. Does Mr. Carl- have been willing; to help to make Journal season In full swing In Hastings-
sanction methods of that kln.j'Is
da ed employes as he has been In a him president of the state university Elkton potato district. \
Reach New
everybody who opposes him to Daytona quartersbeing
campaign could be to get him out of the race.
'depended uponto be subjected to slander and abuse arranged in Casino llurgo-
Those who know Dr.
Hathaway admire Stuart clean
do any beter as governor. I -City-wide up
We may expect to hear something him for his integrity and up- yne for occupancy of Daytona campaign launched here.
After combing the audit of the remiss about every Hathaway sup rightness. The fact that one candidate Beach Chamber of Commerce.Pahokee .
road department for months either porter If this sort of campaign for governor withdrew to New Port nichey-New municipal '.

himself or through hired agents, continues. suppont him and that notable papers ---Cornerstone laid for building will be constructed
the best that Mr. Carlton has been From west Florida comes word l througnout the state hav ePuhokee junior high school. here this summer.JUDGE .

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Mr. Carlton likes to say: "We do not know where the money went, but we do know where it came from. Mr. Carlton mentions

specific sums of actual money spent in the reconditioning of automobiles, trucks and tractors. The State Treasurer

., and the State Comptroller, through which offices all monies are paid, have no records of any such expenditures. Read the

L following reproduction of letters between Colonel W. A. Weeks and State Treasurer Luning and State Comptroller Amos.

The job numbers shown in the letters are those used by Mr. Carlton in his Tampa speech and subsequent speeches. The letters

DOLORES' speak for themselves:
DEL RIO r J', 4a \

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7r- I Bonifay, Florida, April 24 1928. Bonifay, Florida April 24 1928
mOI\.CI.l ViiarHttimUianfctlUa..bovt,__ Ra... .t
Pa, .. .lnonatldanlgnyataaargeJla
t Hon. Ernest Amos State Comptroller, Hon. John C. Luning State Treasurer ,

[ Many of Our Dance delightful melodies to -----r"1 Tallahassee Fla. Tallahassee Fla.
clares Miss "
Rhythms Are of Early these Spanish Wayne.tunes 4 My dear Sir My dear Sir : i

California FlavorNew for our modern American com 7 I As oitizen and official I anxious to '
posers no one will ever know, a public am As a oitizen and public official I am anxious to

York City.-One of the for the more research I do, the j I ascertain the facts with reference to certain matobtain the faots with reference to certain matters

I I heard most with unique a motion theme picture songs "ever the early more I Spaniards.find we are indebted to the I ters and I am, therefore requesting information and I am, therefore' requesting information from

I Bong written for "Ramom.,"' just "Miss Del Rio Is of my opinion. from your Department to-wit : your Department to-wit :
In fact, it was because she heard
[ filmed by Dolores Del Rio.
I Miss Wayne "who wrote the my 'In a Little Spanish Town' at a Did your Department issue Warrants for the Did your Department pay Warrants for the amounts

I Bong "Ramona," has combined: in dance in Mexico City, that she amounts shown in the list below, covering repair shown in the list below covering repair Jobs about

j j days It strains of forty-nine of pure Spanish and the Indian of the Being insisted of on Spanish my writing descent'Ramona', Bonn on. Jobs about the dates indicated for work done by the the dates indicated for work done by the Equipment

I and Spanish which is the idiomof the American continent, she hag Equipment Division of the State Road Department at Division of the State Road Department at Gaines !
the picture.It the feeling for American rhythm.., :
is one of the few original I And because of this very feeling;,. Gainesville Florida? ville Florida?
theme songs ever written for a I I would say she is the perfa .
picture which is at the same time actress to do 'Ramona.' :s.iiu: $ 74.1.44 July. 1027: ::1111: *. IH.40 If. 111:17:
I a popular tune. "Of all the sources from which I 12115: ON.,4: May 11,211 Jails UNA.'" Mar., 11)2(1i :
Miss Wayne spent severaf jazz is supposed to spring I 1IHO12lfl 1.00R.itl Feb., 102(1( 1IMAlie l.ooN.nn |i>..., 1112.(
1.111.73: May. 1)2* M 1.311.73 May 1.:1..: ;\\f
booths reasearch on this music give most credence to that of it
12(10: 1,479.0.1 Deo.. 1026 12Mma> 1.I7B.OB lire 1M2I
being the Indian's _j
Ind 'nterpretation
each theme tells its own
Mar.. <11U2.1 '
of those early Spanish 1113 1,071.17 1,071.17 Mar.. 11)2(1I ;.
tory rather than its descent from tl* 11K9 40.1.51 Dec., / UNO 411:1.111: >... lass/ a
To me, an American rhythm of slave of the South. 1222: : 437..1H Mar. 10:16' 12221.1IO 137.8(1 Mar, 192Jelr. : I
Spanish idea Is one of the most -songs...--.... ..-. 1310 4N.1.1.1: July, 1024 IH.1.1.1 192(1An ( .
15.13 7O .H7 Au... 10201O24 15.13IAS/ 704.87 ., 192(1(
leas 10.3.1: Oct., : 710.3.1 Oct.. 1924:
Tae ron.no 7.10D 709.80
D nan 232.73: : Feb.. 102(1: ( 11X11 :2H2.72: Feb. 1924:
1507/ 803.30 July, 1U2I: 1507 30.1.A9 July, I92K.b .
X 36 7O.2.1: Feb., 1027 X 1WMI 70.2.1: 1027
x 883: 85.35 Mar.. 1027 X 3(13(: 8S.8S Mar. 1927
2291 1.O83.OO: Oct.. 1027 :32S12.1SO: 1.ON3.O9 Oet, 1937
:2350 1.033.34 Oct., 1027 : 1,0.13.34 Get. 1927 .
Kindly let me have this information by not later Kindly let me have this information by not later

than tomorrow's mail. Yours very truly, than tomorrow's mail. Yours very truly,

( Signed) A. W. Weeks ( Signed) A. W. Weeks

Tallahai.ee. Florida.. Tallahau.e, Florida, May 4, 1921. ,:
I hereby certify. thin !I. a true and correct copy of the original paper now on
file In the office. ot the Comptroller of the State of Florida. I HEREBY CERTIFY, That'the above and foregolnR. In a true and correct copy a
Given under my hand and seal of office at Tallaha..ee, the Capitol this the > of a letter written me under date of April 24, 1V28, by the Honorable A. W Week
day of May A. D., 111'.8. of Bonifay. Florida.
ERNEST AMOS Comptroller. J. C. LUNINC State Trftgur.r of Florida.|


ERNEST AMOS, Comptroller J. C. LUNINCJ State Treasurer and Insurance. Commluloner


April 27 1928

Hon. A. W. Weeks April 25 1928.

A Scientific MarvelThis Bonifay, Florida. .

My dear Mr. Weeks : Hon. A. W. Weeks ,

new Delco-Light combines in one compact unit Replying to your letter of the 24th inst. I will Bonifay, Florida.

all that is best and most desirable in an automatic anda say that I have caused a diligent search to be made Dear Sir :

storage battery type of electric plant. It is the greatest of the records in this office and have failed to find

forward step in the development of farm electricty any payment by warrant on the State Treasurer cover The records of this office do not show warrants

since the invention of Delco-Light first made electricity ing any of the items specified in your letter and in paid for the amounts as listed in your letter of April

records in this office I sent an
available to the farm home. order to verify the 24th.

The remarkable part about the operation of this new assistant from this office to the State Road Depart- Yours very truly,

Combination Delco-Light is this : It provides automatic ment and made .further examination with the same Si'd
( ) J. C. LUNINO,
service direct from the generator for heavy loads, result.
ser that it is to me to serve State Treasurer. .
and with this combines economical storage battery Assuring you a pleasure '

vice when, only a small amount of current for lights is you at any time and with the kindest personal rega'rds -

required. I am, very truly yours ,

This new Delco-Light is truly a scientific marvel, representing ERNEST AMOS Comptroller. Tallahassee Florida May 4 1928. 1

the greatest achievement of modern timesin Mob I HEREBY CERTIFY, That the above and foregoing t

the farm electric field. P. S. Could not answer sooner because of the extendis a true and oorreot copy of a letter written by me

ed investigation necessary. to the Honorable A..W. Weeks Bonifay, Florida, under .''

right at Tallah...... Florida. date of April 25, 1928. '
Write, Wire or Phone for demonstration your I hereby certify this le a true and correct copy of the original paper now on fll. LUNING
J. C.
In the office of the Comptroller of the state of Florida. ,
hone-no obligations to buy. Given under my hand and halt of office ut TalUhaeaee, the Capitol this the I dar
of May .\.- D., 1125. State Treasurer of Florida

I Light Sales Manager e e S e e S e e S . S e e e


J. J. SEYKORA ELECTRIC CO. Fla. 'Paid Political Advertisement. :
232 E. Main St. i I.t.
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VAOK SIX .. ,_ -">. Ulan
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Towle. !JJ. E. Corpenlng' : Miss Ethel Grit,
Four tables .were arranged for' j 1 fin and Glorida Johns, Mary HarI l. Key West Island Getting Nearer to the Mainland ;,

bridge In tile living rooms, which I I rlet Bishop Clara Flume and -

mom.AJOeI I I opened ennulto. The tallies be.1 I nary Stevens made one of th< .

ing of a bright spring design After I most beautiful and impressive ,

w ,4'Phone I. several progressions of bridgthe scenes Imaginable. The fourth ac

honoree, Mrs. Towle was pre' I showing the Tartar military cam

Hunted I with a Nippon pottery vase' | with the Emir Feokar Khan an.I '.

.', I I fillet with flowers, while a whist, I his retinue of soldiers and Indlei

I deck and' a box of stationery were, I IIIf his court and the dramatic anc
given as high and low prizes.A I effective blinding> of Michael will:

I __ salad course with iced tea was i i' I the fiery sword was thrrlling i Ir
--- served by the. hostess assisted by 'the extreme.
jvniiTAi\s: : CM*** Main, Lorraine Sapp, Clyde, Lan Misses Grate and Suslette Bishop. I Mrs. Thelma Johns as Nadia the '-
dyne and Mike McMillan. Bouquets of nasturtiums being exile's daughter was a beautiful
MIsH Sara Malpna delightfully favors. I part and wan played in a beautiful I "" '.
given as
entertained her Sunday school : ; Those playing bridge were: Mesdames i I manner by Mrs. Johns; the same. I ( i-4 ;?;:

t class of flt Mark's church Wednesday J. L. Frazee, N. D. WainwrIght j I should also be said of Mrs..1. S, I L

.afternoon from 8:30: to I 5:3: < The Afternoon Bridge club was Marie B. Stevens, C. II. I I Butler, as Marta, Michael's mother -::1
at bar home. and Mrs. Herbert Hitch San I -
';loll hrul1y entertained by Mrs. Marks, D. A. Montleth, J. S. and as -- .
e r Games and contests were en- L \Vyitiun at her home at Lake W. E. Butler, J. C. and C. F. Hoover I garre the Gypsy. I

'. ? Joyed by the young folks during Klngxley Friday afternoon O. L. Beasley. Edward Burns I Among the male members of the I
.' the afternoon. HefreHhmenta consisting cast should be mentioned Mr. W. I
Three tables for bridge \v. B. Parks, R. J. Davis, J. A. I
: of "Dixie's" and cake was was Saul, E. A. Towle, II II. Young. I J'';. Buller as Ogaroff, the traitor I
placed the
on porch which
ft ...d.,erved by the hostess. favors being made most attractive with' was Tea guests were: lIrs.V.. T. Fln- a realistic presentation. Mr. Coulter -

, attractive baskets of randies. spring flowers. lovely cher an'.! Mrs. J. S. Malpas. II Ithe Emir, Mr. Comer Longas I,
: Those present were: Junior,
? --- Gen. KIsHofT, Wesley: Stearns,
i. Betty and Doris Kruae, Margaret Candy was served on tables.dur- .MRS.! A. Z. AUJiINS KNTKK-; Paul Knight, Joseph Malpas, J. A. II I
Ann Malpas May Memereau, Dor- Ing the afternoon. After several I .\f ,' T.M.NS FOIL ) Saul, J. S. Butler, Oeo Harnsber-
'Ff' is, HUtand Carl Carlton, Ida lively progresHlous were played ,
Ker H. C. Wall, Mr. Johnson andMr. ,
scores were added and the prizes
Lulu and MarjorIe Davis, Nancy
Vlnlng in fact all of the large I
"a S.tqyens, A, Z Adklna, Jr., Ruby awarded. Mrs. Burns holler of Mrs A. Z. Adkins entertained cast of the play acquitted them- I II O NAM/LTOIV N r'WR.WT '

r? 'and Jane FJnclier and Dorothy hglj( was given a hanging basket Saturday evening with a birthday I selves with credit. It would be unjust "Mao ,
and )lfr... holder
Wainwright of
Claire Klcklller.CKIiKIUlATKH I patty in honor of her daughter not t/t_ mention ..)IA 1 dies t\t
L __ a v.
.. es c and a held g e ae t. j
both the Russian and Tartar
"' A, tempting salad course wit Lois.The /
a <: : I'OURTIItr Ice tea was served. Nasturtiumswas large rooms of the hous
;" ItlHTHDAY used on plates as favors. were opened en suite and were t Mlldren Gill, although they having
1 effectively decorated for the oc- no speeches made up for it in be-

,;', \ '., ,Tuesday Little Joyce afternoon Hayes from was four hostesi t o Haynes.Mesdames Those enjoying W.O.M.L.WainwrIght this Beaoley affair, O.were, Edward L:- caslon.The evening passed( merrllj r ing looked"easy simply on stunning the eyes," as they 1 tk V L V%; .

,, ftv -thlrty at the home of her parents with many games played by the I Mr. Southers played Michael/
Burns, N. Sternberg, S. L.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hayes, The winners In lieu of Mr.\ L. F. Smith who
young people: lucky ,
1> C. Jones A.
Peek Z. AdkIns,
the fourth
the occasion being annlversary -
C. A. Knight J. C. Robinson E. of the fruit contest being Mar)r was originally cast for the part.
of her birth. Towle and Rlcliard Long receiving but was prevented account of .= .:: ", ... : :. .
on /
4 W. Iladley, of Ocala; and Miss I 1 I r .: !..; ; ,.:. <.'.' I
" The home wan bea tlfuly/ decorated -' NYMPHS cfICEy : "'p "t,:' ,.' I
illness in his I '. "< .
an'J l
Mabel Weller. respectfully a sachet bag family. All in all it 4 ,<' "
for this occasion anJ gamesand weST '. J
handkerchief. was a preeentntlon of

I contests were enjoyed by the IK. A>T) SIKS.! (J. M. INMAJf The hostess anointed by Miss Hazel a wonderful play. Proceeds from CEY WEST. 1"1a.It you steoloytvt $680 000 marine boulevard and white Its harbor could noio' the

;::; little folks. Many beautiful gifts 1': TJonT.lNT: 1W1TKJK) AdkIns, served ice cream and this play amounted to 1201.20. if it la possible for 1 way has been built around the cityA navies Great car ferriei uki to&:!l
received the little hostess
were by One new modern : I le e trains to and
airport uip from
cake. Those present were: Mary and* aloud! to change Ito position. ri.. Havana type
as a memento of this affair. The home of Mr. and Mrs. G. Mr. H. L. Brownlee ped With a fleet of giant plane which P & O Steamship Company
{"t ,, Late In the afternoon refreshments Towle, Margaret Pincher, Flor and daughter and Airs. S. prooaDlj thin; you are a tit mall and and tap:.
\.1. Inman was lovely with Its attractive Mary carry passenger; to tain a fast passenger jervicem .
; of Ico cream and cake were arrangement of lilies and ence Flncher, Margery Stump, U. Brownlee, who spent the flrct for s lunacy commlaaioa But, g Havana Cuba in little over an aectlon wltb fast Florida East !o
Dorthy Rltch, Margaret Adktns of ji'U to the contrary nut A residential train from *
big development the
served by Mrs. aiayes. Those Invited nasturtiums Tuesday evening of the week attending commencement north get IF
,. on Gainesville; LoIs Long, A. E. Wall, t&a Island Utty ol Key West 1 la I. under way A new opera house la absolutely free ot trot
were: Sara Barefoot, when they entertained the Twentieth exercises of the Auburn Poly- n*
Ins closer to the mainland concrete acbuol and
Arthur Darby Jones Eldridge newly are always pleasant
Hayes, Freeman Register, Mary technical College, Auburn, Ala- oreezea mart!
Century club. Robinson Billy Graham, Richard lljla city the urUieal South: la vetl atreeta. a Dell 1I1.lluJ moderu any direction looking down
Mints were served on tables durIng bama, when Hugh Brownlee Jr., United ttstee. made a Dig Jump botel. "La Casa Marina oyha street you can see the : a
McMillan xe:
Long, Charles Henry n j,
the games at the close of which received his diploma in electrical imrd the umiuiand lo ItfU aea. and a one downtown hotel climate is agreeable throughout
scores were added and prizes Stanley Bennett) -, Marvin Rooks. engineering, returned home Wednesday lourj M Planter punned the '' Concha. among other. nest| year Key West cigars are tees
Strawberries I accompanied by Hugh, Jr. .o fey West with a ratty million man the quaint city a lodestone throughout tbe world rhow
awarded Mrs E. L. Biggs receIved W. M. S. CIRCLE 1\mJoTI: OH a,
a flower bouquet for high who will spend his vacation herewith or railroad thus spans the ten tourists Key West has some elsewhere Hearing! the Key Wen at
I Herculean concrete archway. on restaurant. You can buy are said to lack the true
and Mr. Stump received afternoon Circle No. 1 his parents.Six delta
score Monday the
: j gicatett unglneerliiH moat delicious tea food in the bouquet.
;: WANTEDFor handkerchiefs for high among of the Woman's Missionary Solely 3: all time known a* the fcl: at a low price the live nab 'be Key West embowered in' tropi;
men. of the Methodist' church was days a. week service/ you Wourlet ol the World It nee selected rlgbt from tbe wells of foliage 18''a fisherman pane.
Mrs. Herbert Hitch holder of second entertained by Mrs. James Picker- elect E. W. Hayes Tax Aspossor. tuolbci leap IJ) the opening/ at flab Donta One of the most sp I'aipon are caught! right ic mi :3.)

Preserving received us vanity set and Mr III, with the following present: Mrs. II. M. Snyder left TuesJay vcr cu. AutcunoDlle Highway dishes la atone crab An dock in summer and any uoia
O. L. Bensley holler of low a pair Mesdames W. J ,
I :uuipleted in the ('&
has something to live for,
Ala., where she will visit friends fish running from a to too ooua
of SOk'kH. Griffin N. T. Bitch, J. F. Colley, Highway which will soon be
mi famous
> 5 historic city Dna a Mrs Malcolm Meacbnm 41 New
The hostess served chicken salad ,7. H. HItch, R. O Darwin and Miss/ and relatives./ She was accompanied to twenty miles ot about twenty tnou ha. odered foi
,: Purposes trophies a oig iiiat
5 I and ice tea, using as favors Olive Ray. by Miss Fenella Snyder. While Hey Wen mode a Jump Into <2, and the soft tongue of Spain: la tournament and a golf lournioe,
I sweet peas. Those enjoying this A short business meeting was away Mrs. Snyder will attend the neart of gotten oy the construct about a* often a* the aarehei to: be held next winter Noiteirnompson
c'llvei-oil/ to me on the, platform affair were: Mr. and Mrs. O. L. conducted by the leader, Mrs. \V. commencement exercises and the it a tiuuou municipal Boll : The Inland la about 3 miles I. head ot tbs Osblnjx:
t', at H'nrk.II/ take I Beosley Mr, and Mrs. N. Stern- E. Middleton and plans were made annual alumni -banquet of the the only link to the world 7 In area it Is one ot the 'lead- mlttca In charge of the big garnitt
T5; rruten dally, b"hllllnlo State Norman in ;lIeU!, surrounded. water. port Of the United States while tournament.
:. berg, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek, for attending the zone meeting in College Troy,
?.' I Thursday, )flay Ul, at I$2,00! I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ritcli, Mr. Jacksonville on the 29th lust. Mrs Alabama.

per (T
if! I !>.> rvtnnuHl. Wrll tlllml P. F. Stump, Mr. and Mrs. J; W. erclnes and !Miss Olive Ray con- NOTICECorrecting thentic Information I ever had be carefully guarded, ad- suggested for breakfast for cereal> tt

;( quarts, with. solid rip fruit, Andrews, Jr., Dr, i and !Mrs E. L.. ducted the lesson, which was on Mr. Hayes would be a Miss Stennls. leading active outdoor lives DL

II not capixil. Till"" fruit in to i iI Biggs, and Miss )MaM Waller, the subject of "Some Achieve- .Erroneous' Statements for this office.I One quart ot milk should be bread is preferable to white c

ho culled for firm fruit sumo I ments of Missions." -, am making this dally by each camper. says. _
u shipping. Will UNO n total l H.\TIKT.U: : >S'I IIKIDGH Mrs. PIckerill, assisted by Mrs.J. For the Information/ of the vot- to correct an errorenous vegetables besides potatoes

" of ttirw to live thousand II hitch, served sherbert and ers I am reproducing the follow- that Mr. Hayes Is making to neccessary each day, she ex- ---e-

, cr tos, Blossoms of Easter llllles, poppies cake. Radiance roses and Easter ing letter or notice, which was people generally, that he did Fruit is recommended for Sanford Approximately 7,1(

I and nasturtiums were used lilies added to the attractiveness published in this paper, Oct. llth know that I would be a and for use in desserts. cars celery have been shipped!

most effectively when Mrs. II. S. of the rooms. 1927, and which shows conclusively for re-election when in fact glasses of water each day are this district this season

: j I Sanderson Carleton entertained on Wednesday Mrs. J. W. White was the hospitable I that my opponent, Mr. E. W. did know and entered the race and sweets between Orlando-Football field plant!

; IF.M. afternoon at St. Mark's Rectory hostess of Circle No.2, Hayes, did know that I would be ly advised In the premises. are taboo. at local fairgrounds

,. complimenting Mrs. E. -A. while !Mrs. L. A. Davis was the 1 a candidate for re-election before Trusting you will consider Each camper must have nine I Mayo-Work on ,right of Way
I the campaign came on and before your best Interest to give me each road 5-A nearIng this town
leader of the interesting and inspiring sleep night and one
aallalllllepllllllllnlllllllMaIIIIIpaIIIHIIaIaIIIIIIWIINII_ llllllllellw lie I entered the for Tax vote on June Eth and!
race Assessor ,
: Achieve- of rest during the
lesson on "Some day, pre-
Ocala- beautlflcati
:'J. HAROLD C, \ ments of Missions. Mrs. H. M.I'I to-wit: you vice the in the same future efficient that I helpful have after the noon meal.,, Out- program under Citywide auspices of beat
r Tine ntiwii'' of exercise
i----I Snyder led in the devotional and <> : necessary every flcation committee of chamber
In the I
past, am
Bible study department of the ltru
INSURANCESTARKE work and Mrs. W. O. Untie, clrI I::1 roe tings: Your very truly of swimming.It wan
Ocala Marion
cle leader, looked after the busl- N. D. WAINWIUU1IT is essential to have a variety -
the last for
campaign of IargFIn
melon will be one
FIOnm.j I lies) of the meeting. Arrangements Paid Politic 1 Adv. vegetables, such as cabbage, crop
tax: assessor, I made the remark I number of years.
j I made for delegationto tomatoes, turnips, and oth-
Represents the Ilcst Leading Insurance were a erhaps several times that I would 'S
Comflnnle&I I attend the zone meeting at RlVrerslde lot be a candidate for that office Part of the dally milk require- l\I1antl-Wlnter tomato crop >

:i FIRE ACCIDENT, LIFE, AUTOMOBILE, BOND LIABILITY Park church, Jacksonville, igain. This remark however was I Kim A I. COMMON SENSE may be taken in the form of i ng harvested here.

ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY an the 29th Inst. voluntarily on my part, and was I Dy Spuds Johnson
. i During the social period Mrs. I of'i -
lot a promise to any person or persons I i I I
1' Ala/aaAAraeaMalaaaaaaXIILNNaaIINIIMIIIp111111111IMIlaIIAII/ 'JIIIIItaIIIItIIIWIIItl:;
f. W. Andrews Jr. accompaniedby and therefore, could not effect
-S- Mrs. E. K. Ferryman sang two the Interest of anyone except'

, lovely numbers which the company myself in that or subsequent cam --
greatly enjoyed. Miss\ Amelia Ray a down-state town last
paigns. During the past few
I arranged a guessing contest on the months as people are beginning to I I was standing on an express Sheetrock
Form where a lot of beans
names of the local members of the consider their candidates for the
society, and in this contest Mrs. : being loaded; for shipment. I
next campaign I have been solicited /- _
Davis and Mrs. Perryman each by a number of friends and talking: to a negro grower who "''"*.iiiiiiiiimuniiiiiiiiii.il' ;iiiiimiiiuiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinuiiiiiiiiiiiiin' aiiiiiiiiiniiaiiuiiiuumiuiimi"' "i iH '';- I <

made one hundred per cent. The good citizens to again run for the loadIng beans. A white man *--* -o- -MV-
[;CONFIDENTIAL PLUS! had headed -> Ma-------
some crates for
hostess, assisted by her daughter, office; and with due regards for
. Miss Cassle White and Mrs. Olin their wishes, and my own desireto negro came by and said he had

S;, W. White served fruit punch do so, will be a candidate for Ished with the work and asked 1 1I
the negro was ready to pay him. Carload in Stockalso
, sandwiches and cake. Easter lilies the 'omce of tax assessor in the .
haven't got any money with
.were the flowers used for dee- approaching primary to be held
now the said.
negro "Well, I
oration, next June, and in- due time will
all right, pay me tomorrow "
Enjoying Mrs. White's hospitality -
make by official announcement to
time in the business white man replied as he .
There generally comes were: Mesdames A. Wood, L. that effect. I
off. I.
,.. F. Smith. W. A. Colley. E. M.
ThIs notice/ is not given 'for the
. Rooks L. A. Davis. H, M. Snyder; manner of the white
: L. D. Grt'e.V.. Cl. Halle, J.v.. purpose of forestalling anyone told me he had Implicit ,
he needs advice of financial
n; life of any man when a Andrews, Jr., E. K. Ferryman, who might want to run for the office III the Integrity of the negro,

but to set at rest the uncer- l.: said to the negro: "They Wall
t Nelson Green, O. W. White, Misses Celotex and Other
Caasle White Olive Ray, Amella tainty IA the minds of the people trust you pretty well around

! I nature. Ray, Maud Mitchell and Mrs. aa to whether or not' I will stand flnlay.' Well we all live .

Murphy. for re-election. During; my in- here you know," was the \ -

cumbancy in office It baa been my reply. :

WOSI\NS: CLI'B rnrsKNT earnest desire and greatest pleasure Black or white it is a. BoardsQUIGLEY&

M1CHAKL: STROOOKF to serve the people faithfully fine thing for, rural people.to .
His bank-pur.bank-was founded to provide and am still loyal to their wishes the confidence of "all those ;

An event of unusual significance and the best. Interests of Bradford! live around here." This
as well as thorough enjoyment bya county. Is built up by our keeping ......;..-_ _n..... _,_._ ____... ._--

t precisely that service in the emergency. capacity audience was the pre- Very respectfully, promises and meeting our I wusuww.+.euwnuanmsllanwalmulpwlumuullwulpuunauuauumtmalllmaluuumlpm. umminualnnlalm,' '

) sentation of the Russian spectacular adv N, D. WAUaVRiailT lonu-by each man being "a

.' drama, "Michael Strogoff" by And in addition to the above no- of his word. .

i., More than likely we can furnish not only ad- the local talent of Starke at the tice I had gone Into Mr. Hayes office With' sharp and trick I DAVIS

x high school auditorium last Friday last May, about a year ago being encountered frequently. It

evening May 18th. Perhaps this now, and talked the matter over a relief to find men "whose

! vice-but assistance. And positively CONFIDENTIAL was the most pretentious and with Mr. Hayes and told him I 18 as good as their money.' I.

I I] elaborate play ever given on the would be a candidate for reelection reputation of being "a man of _.. :::::::.---
Y high school stage from the view- and'; advised him to stick to word is a priceless one.

point of scenic effects costumesand the office the people had given """" -
t '
dramatic literature. Space him, as they seemed to be gener- -

,.' prevents a detailed description of ally satisfied with both collectorand FOR SUJ1MKK MORTGAGE LOANSOn
production but we would like assessor

;( to mention the first and fourth And in November of followingthe Tallahassee.-''Roughing it" Starke $2,00
Residential and Business Properties
BANK OF STARKE acts: above conversation and pub- all right provided proper

''' The first act being In the Interior lished notice, he was interviewing tons for health are taken., an4
of the Czar's palace at Mos- citizens: in Starke and other sections lares Miss Mary .:A, Stennls up'w .
, A ROLL OF HONOR BANK I I r a 31 5 or!1Q Year htt '
cow and the entrance of the Russian of the county asking their demonstration department, in Mat t .

Czar Nicholas, II, (Mr. Carr advice as to whether he should run letter to club members who
E. S. Matthews Pres. R. J: Davis Cashier
. .: Colley) with his consort Princess against me, and from such investigations' expecting to attend camp this 'BALDWIN MORTGAGE'COMPANY

Alix of Hesse, Empress of Russia presume he decided he

" (Mrs. SOlltherll)' together with( could defeat me, and on NOT. 18th mer.Camp surrounding should Jacksonville,

their ladles of the court and little be published a notice in this paper kept sanitary, fly and *t
flower girls namely Mesdames assuring his friends that be breeding places should be HAROLD C. WALL Local Correspond

Frank Hoover, W. E. Butler and would be a candidate for Tax As- ated garbage must be disposed


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111.1). "- -" -- BRADFORD COUNTY ELm"" ..... STARKE, JXiOItm I'iOR SPVFY

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__ IIIg11MYWINdaIdNWel4aaANA.NaIW., ,. ....".".._ Ninety Day and Bunch Velvet Cream sold Butler's' PharmacyMeet ---- -

lieana. J. F. Klekllter. I

us at the tack party given

Bits oftocal Meet us at the tacky party given by the Woman's Auxiliary Place

I1n'. Club, May :29th.! Admission Woman's Club; date, May 2th!) ;, ECIALS

15 and 25 cents. Deneflt Woman's time 8 p. ni. Admission 15 and 25 Friday Saturday

"' AuxllUry, St. Mark's church. cents. I'rlzetr-Iure! One tor men.

N (; ( women and children. A real old

";vr '''' Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Miner of tacky party. !1
/ '' .. .
New fIIIBi< .A>,. -.. .
r Smyrna, i>ent the week-end I D or

Business and here with Mrs. Miner's mother, Mrs. James Towle and daughter.Miss .
Our People

;I. Concerning Progress of the County and Town. Mrs. Laura Powell. and William Dora of Daker lrnam"oodVIK.of 'Wauvnu.. POT A TES, EA L Y RO SE,10Pounds25c 1

t Mr. and Mrs. Bryant W. Wis., have returned to their respective
, Hodges .. ._...,. ._ ...... ,
"' < 1'11111II'--' ,'''' '_. ....._.'.',........,....' .._' ,.,',..".,"'''''"'._o'_'ow'w"._.",....,,",..-...,.."..."..."...".,......,.._._......,..-.. ..-"....-.... '. I and little daughter, of Jackson homes after spending! several '"'"'! --. -.- -- --y ---- -
,,I)' i ville, spent the week-end with Mr. days In Starke with Mr. and

,, ,,..1 i, in'to Southers Ocala Tuesday.was a buslI Starke Brooker Wednesday, were business visitors In and }Irs. A. P. Hoffman. Mrs E. A. Towle. I MOTHER MARSHMALLOW: \ CREAM - 22c

I,.I Misses Hazel Mlddletou, Florence .__.. ,, ... _. .. -
.... Fruit Jars, rubbers tops at Kick-: ---- -'- .---------" """ .. -' ...
[.1'1- Tucker left Monday Mrs. Bennett and children of liter's. Andrews. and Annetn. Williams
t Oklahoma. Tampa, have been recent who are students at the
I Tulsa, guests of
!Mr. and Mrs L. S. Hutto. Florida Slate College for Wont -
Mrs. W. J. ,
Epperson and Mrs.
and Mrs .jT. T. Quigley en, Tallahassee, will arrive here ........ .
Q. A. Anderson of Lawtey, spent -- """" -- ---...- --
Jacksonville. Carload of Willys-Knights Friday to spend! the summer vacation
In and
Saturday Whippets Just arrived. See them. last Wednesday In Gainesville visiting with their parents. SSe
Chase and Sanborn Red Seal Coffee Pound
'|rlO for making: Jelly. J. F. Qulgley ana Davis. and Mrs. Dale Vanslckol. -

I We are nsBi! >ctale\l members _.. 11I/-,, .\ ---.......t.-__ ____ -__ -
Biter Mr. and Mrs 11. C. Wall Mrs. L. Sapp of Jacksonville, has
and Research Council, Ice Cream Industry
George Harnsberger been spending several days In WESSON OIL PINT CAN 27c
and Mrs. J. A. Saul" spent motored to promoting the use of pure m. -
Starke with her ,
Beach with Tampa Sunday and spent the 'day. son and daughter- and wholesome Ice cream let ,, ... ..
; Jacksonville _. -
.1) 11 i in-law, Mr. and 1Irs.o'I'eol A. Sapp. health. Potnsettta Ice Cream sold 1 ":' ''''''''''';t --

((19 A prize for the tackiest costume at Butler's Pharmacy. Phone 160.. PILLSBURYBESTFLOUR29Pounds----

Daytona man woman 01child at the Mrs. L. A. Reynolds who has 1

,>H Abernathy of Woman's Club May 29th, 8:00: p. been enjoying a weeks' visit here James William Brownlee who
II'a'l'\ a visitor' to Starke in. with her mother, Mrs. 11:. F. Johns,] has been attending Southern Dental '

-Ida) left Saturday for her home In College at Atlanta, Ga., for the I SUNSET GOLD CREAMCRYBUTTERPound

For healtn eat Poinsettia Ice Ualelgh, N. C. past term arrived here Wednesdayto _
of Lake But-
Arles, (U Register
visitor tole Cream sold at Butler's Pharmacy. spend his vacation with his parents v- r- -
"a* a business !Mr. and Mrs. J. I
M Brownie
Mr. and Airs. J. M. Brownlee.

Friday. and children, Milton and Martha, ..-- j I BEST FOOD) BREAD BUTTER PICKLES 25c
Mrs. J. E. Futch of DeLand, Is j
ctor's and Mrs. Brownlee's father, Col. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Brown, Judge j
In the C office, spending several days here at the
T.Veeks spent Sunday afternoon and Mrs A. C .Strickland and little ,
111 in the Assessor's office. home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
at Silver .
Springs.Mr. daughter Miss Kstelle Rosen

for E W. Hayes. Browiilee. burg Hal Y. Malnes and Clarence SUGAR 1 0 Pounds. .. 65c
1V'orlh and Mrs. N. S. Jensen ot Roberts oT Lake Butler, were "

''I'',' you seen the new slx-cy- Mrs. of Ocala. Orlando, are spending the week In among' those attending" the address ........ --_ -, -. -'"
'I t .,-ars at Quigley and Davis. has been a recent guest of Mr. and Starke with Mrs. Jensens uncle given at the courthouse last -

Mrs. L. Wyman at their Kings- and aunt Mr. and Mrs. George A. Thursday evening by Doyle Carlton -' Mal and Jellies 32c

|"r ind Mrs. W. B. Jackson, ofie ley lake home. Marcotte.Mr. candidate for governor. ,

| I Karms, were visitors to
> I _______._ it. .... '.:.1111' ...M.-. .:____ *-"'- ---
fki' Saturday. Mrs. S. S. Dowllng had as re and Mrs. E. A. Towle and Mlasca Carrie U low, Beatrice g

cent guests her mother, Mrs W. S. daughters, Elizabeth and Mary and Builen and Patricia Lamb with

Ii lilt t for E. W. Hayes for Tax Stroman and Miss Georgia Johnson Mrs. James Towle and daughter, Wesley Bryan will attend the University BREAKFAST BACON Sliced Pound 601130c
He will be in the office of Miss at Silver ,
Tallahassee Thursday
tsar Dora spent District Officers meeting of
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lays a week. Springs. Christian Endeavor, which will beheld
-- 4 Mrs A. C. Strickland of Lake at Micnnopy Sunday Miss LETTUCE Per
J,,SB Beatrice Builen spent last Butler, was a visitor to Starke Friday Mrs. R. A. Weeks and daughter, Uglow being secretary of that organization -

Hiienday with friends In Jack- in the interest ot the Wood- Murla, of Brooker, were In Starke iMr. .. ...... ,. .. .
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lillfhrk. men Circle. Saturday enroute to Jacksonvilleto __._ I

visit Mr. Weeks, who Is a pa- and Mrs.: 'OeorgoV.. Aldor-
Addison of Lake Butler, Mrs. W. W. Baisden spent the tient at Riverside hospital. man and Mrs George/ C. White -

u business visitor to Starke week-end in Jacksonville with her will attend commencement\ exercises -- -- .. ......
Slay, son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Miss Elizabeth Kendrick, daughter of the Florida State Collegefor -- -

Mrs. W. S. Blakely. of Mr. and Mrs T. N. Kendrick, Women Tallahassee, the first LEMONS LARGE FANCY Per Dozen 30c
fr and Mrs. T N. Kendrick who has been attending" Flora McDonald of next week, Miss Blanche Alderman ,

.. visitors to Jacksonville Flowers for sale. Mrs. P. M.\ College, Heel Springs, K. daughter of Mr and Mrs. ....
lisdavIB, Barefoot. C., arrived home Thursday to Alderman being one of the xrul- """I"'A"' >---'T' f" t--__ '" ---.......

spend the summer vacation here uates.
(Kstelle Kendrick was a with her parents. I
Mrs. A. L. Taylor and little
-,-nil guest of friends in the daughter, of LaBelle, are enjoy- i 1 'i-C AF
lierslty For Tax Assessor I
City. ing a visit here with Mrs. W. E. Sammy Sternberg who lias :

Taylor.Mr. been a student oT the Universityof -

Bliss Amelia nay spent Friday Florida for tbe past term Is To the Democratic voters of
ll'alatka as the guest ot Mrs. spending his vacation herewIth
and Mrs. W. F. Barefoot Bradford County:
jma Richard. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Stern-
and daughters, Eunice and Marie, Eight and four years ago you

Peanuts. J. of Sanderson, spent Sunday afternoon berg honored me by fleeting me your
f lorida and Spanish .
here with Mr. and; Mrs. P. 'Tax Collector r have done my
{Irllllter. Prolific, Cubano Flint - - -.-.-",. -- - -
M. Barefoot. Hastings" : best to render you such service as .,-- -- -- .... ....11G .... .." 1Gi _ .{
and Mexican June Corn. :r. F.
would compensate you for the hon -
frlo and Hamilton --
) Wiggins Klekllter.
n i U were visitors to Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell and or and favor you bestowed upon year around must be reasonable son villa, Via B-I8-41 Foil KENT- 1 three-room apart-

(' Sunday children of Gainesville, spent the' Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan, W me.I I, Reply Box--711-Slarke B-18-3t FOIl SALE Chicken Fertilizerat merit. See Amy Moore, T. & P.
t' week-end at the Weeks' cottage at am now asking at your -- Store. It*
Mrs. Eva Fernandez and '
W. Wills the office of Tax As ellsor. ,I fully ,:STRAYED OK STOLENThreehead \ ()( Poultry Farm StarkeIt
Hr. and Mrs. E J. Ward of Klngsley lake. daughter, Alice, spent Sunday In duties pertaining to of small cattle, mark crop *
realize the
j St. Augustine with Gary Ennis a )FOIL KENT: -A furnished apart-
and under -- -- -- --
this office, at the same time I am two splits! In one ear
nephew ot Mrs. Morgan and Mr. I' Suitable Fort SALE-Oood hay horse ment, reasonable priced. J. F.
/ the other. re
l' i thoroughly qualified to discharge slope 'in
C--w-- Wills. and ward offered. A. II. Green, young and In good condition, Klckllter.
; & these duties in an ;
.Stk-iid; ; Furn. business-like manner and if elected -I Starke, Fin G-18-tf William Mouden, Hlui-ke, 1.'lu.152Ci1t.
Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh ot Lake USED CAUS I Ford tudor. fully
r. to 1 his office, I will render you
p! bind an<13Irs. Homer U. Limbaughand slx-day-a-week !.:ALL PERSONS Are warned under' tuiiilppod and license, $250.00;

HIRAM BELL, Manager children of the state farm, and that service name there personal) that I have ;gtveu I penalty of law not to trespass or BOOKS TO RKNT: -A good cloan. 1 Ford touring 40.00; 1 Ford

Mrs. Fred A. Scott jvere guests of Collector's ofllce. cut timber on lands owned by Interesting selection See Slirnh coupe, $125.00. Bargains Quigley -
in the
Sheriff and Mrs. Epperson Wed-' you I Green Cove Springs road. E.: Moore. T & P. Store. 5-25-lt &: DiivU.!
Standard Prices I would like so much to pay you me on
Duco All Colors I
( Dupont nesday. H. II. 'M.loney. 5-18-41 .
duties of ----- --
a personal visit, but the -- ---------- -

\ We ft. the Collector's office are such that I '\'wIIPllW4NWiWnNiNII14/NII/1YIII/n1/NIId11NIdIIIININ/lllull\' "''''' / "run'W"i'11', /' :N, ,,HIIHIII; ;iiiTiinn;; ';;,lixllilil/IIIIII4IINIIIIUAIII' '" ,' niini,/,<,rnmiiiiitiitntiiiiiin,,, i Mi -
f l Garden Hose, per Chufas and Field Peas. J. F.ickltter. I FOR BENT-Seven-room house,

< Water coolers all sizes from cheap, to cheaper ( ... I am compelled to be .In the office sleeping porch and bath, located -1 'J.
; therefore I cannot make an
two paved streets HooverFutch -
i Ice Cream Freezers, at Reasonable Prices J Mrs. 'James Shepard and two active campaign.Interest here I a11l.lnokln&hi this; office after ''I Co., 5-18-2t, Why Experiment

j Belle and Cleo. your -
daughters; Lena i I

......""mlll'"II''mmllllllltlll11u..II11'I1tIIIIII'N''U"I'IIINlI.'"" ''' ''' ..OIII"I'"I''I"'I""OIIIII"m""U"Ill'HNt'.IIUIlllllllUIll'U'"I' '''' '' ." ( (''IIIUU."III11'/ left Wednesday for Akron Ohio, *nd if elected Tax Assessor In that 8KVVINO MACHINES Singer Vote for II. II. WIGGINS; whose record in financingand
I will -do the same by you thoroughly
being! called there on account of .and otheristandard makes,
the serious Illness of Mrs. Shep- office.. Kindly give this your con j reconditioned and in per school Administration cannot be questioned. Head :1
sideration. Give me your vote. I :
-------- ---------------- ---- ard'a mother.Mrs. fect sewing' order. Satisfaction
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will appreciate It, and show my,appreciation guaranteed. A few cash specialsat statement below:

l J T. M. Barefoot and Mrs.'W. by giving you service in ten dollars, others up to thirtyiflve. -

TH30iZ3f1Q Jt ij; nwr S J. Epperson, A. F. Murrhee and return. I am sincerely! Terms if desired. Mall ln.lrhtr Yours most ,attended to.
Mrs. orders promptly
: 'L % ? Joe Wainwright E. W. HATES information.. H. InilrhfMlnm. Ortuhrr I. 11121: when Union ."..'p ill..lil.. .11:1!,....N
3 for
\ *j* *. Anna Murrhee\, to New Smyrna Write us

jtm.1* 'p i"ip=Jirju ftir Suturday, Mrs. Murrhee having Paid Political Adv. Moulton, 94J3 Forest St. ,Jack- Union rounlr look Ort..h.r I. 1121: __-___________-..___. an,* Ol.rntlng ."

q" ,o vln been called there on account 'ofthe TUB MAN THAT IH stir;. TO --'fUl\-'UU'.INIIIIIUIN..I'IUIIIIIIU--\---'- ",.,lilll1l1.-' Ilrn of her T.:E.
..sudden.. death son WIN TUB: aOVKUNOIl'! n.\CE --..,.?_...._.. 01'._."
e.u,,,,AA,'" w 4.9Flowers, that elty. LAND
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after what we have
We are sure
for sale. Mrs. P. M. I ,
during admln-
heard in the last few days that the SURVEYING.subdividing my
Barefoot. man that gets the most votes will I ;p Number of t month term of shoot has been IncrcaxuJ fromone

Those interested In Joining the win the race and we are also sure. ] Drain- 'i [ have to elKht orll'.n..11. an efficient and economical transportation ..Fel. -
that of the best ways to protect tern
one '
Woodmen Circle here are requested Polnstttia Systems The county had no ncrreillteil high nchool when I came Into of-
to get in touch with. Mrs. L. S. your liealth' is to eat age ,, floe now it hn. one n'"nlor and one Junior with other Junior In
Ice Cream: at Butler's Phar Accurate WorkH. the making t.
and '
who Is secretary repre-
Hutto, I have o.IrILnl..1I the work no that nearly every child In tk*
tentatlve to Mrs. A, C. Strickland, macy. county ha. ace... to high school .i,
state president in this territory. council grants fran-! E. Lagergren If I have' done these thlnftii, I I. It not reasonable to .uppo. t
1\layo--Clty I ad even helter next term? t
Where Will You chtae to Florida I'ower Corporation Starke, Fla. I Experience count In private business, why not 'In public oflloefMiimimiiimiBwiiiHiiitHminiiiiittimttrminiiiwiti
arrived Saturday
Mrs. Clare Quigley to provide electric current

from UnlonTllle, Conn., for here.'I --..."""...-.....'.-nll'Al'' ........''..'.1:',......":'.'..NANeaNNNI-NIWmmren. .nn.. .--.... ''''' ''' ,, '''''' ,''' '' ''''' ','iiuitniitinnmtiiimn, '''' '''''' ''1'" IKMII,, ,n i''''IIMIH''' "" "",lnndmllnlruummulunn,,'' ''' ''' '"lnuun" ", H'inn i 'uorrrmnlal" '('' .
Be At SeventyRecent \ visit with her eon, J. T. Qulgley.Mrs. St I'eterburg-Commerclal air '.l?

''Qulgley has spent 'several service will be In operation be.ween .

winters here and has many friends and Atlanta Oa.,
this city STARKE FOLKS ByJ. E. Corpening
Investigations have shown that a large who will be pleased to see her by next fall. --- -- ---. .. .. ..
dependent on relativesor It aln. Lake Worth$68.445. contract
number of persons are GROW Too FAT/YOU'D T4wK o' v '
let for construction of new Junior WHEN" 1 -THINK I'LL

charity in their old age. i,' If in doubt as to whether school building here. UP J>A Go/Aj'TO ROLL TNF ENGINE SOMeTdSMG BeCOME ACRACKER

When the autumn of life approaches, and the I' you can vote in June. See E< W, Homestead -<-> Dixie highway BE A RAILROAD OPi'N THE TRACK ELSE YOU JACK

leaves of youthful vim and enthusiasm fall, it lIayes.'r fish market move. Into new build-J ENG'NEER.I' WANT To PRUG6IST/

is extremely difficult for any person no mat:1::1 I Cams Manning and Miss Inezthernathy Ing.Auburndale-First shipment of\ BE RUM DOWN TO

ter how able, these investigations prove to attended graduation ex- strawberries recently sent from I
and com- 4 ercises of the Sanderson High CORPENINC'1T.UJO
of business here.
compete in the world School Friday evening, Miss Lillian <
merce. : Barefoot being one of those a;

against dependence in I graduating. They were accompanied "
What better insurance I A
bank 1 to Starke by Miss Barefoot raw WORD
old age than a savings account in a to eco- I'who spent the week-end with MUs&bernatby. dl reo t tl 1i .'.UP FIND C L
One dollar will start you on the COLUMN MOW/ 1
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nomic security I tBRADFORD -
of St.ark' .
The Woman's Auxiliary FOR RENT--Cool, bay front seven Splendid idea for the little.fellow to .come down
church..will give a costumer fur -
home comfortably
BANKBraaford'C ,the Woman's Corpening's Drug Store ,
COUNTY > tacky: party at ,
nished, reasonable for the sum
here and see how we run this drug stoe.. It will
:!lub, May 29th. Admltulon IS and mer. Mary McLaughlin. realtor \ { 4t 1
55 cents. Prizes will be given for and St. George Sts.. St. Service Store* '
Stronghold King worth.IThe
Fin give him idea of methods
est costume. Admtsston Includes Augustine, Florida. lS.ll-u- an modem or
Refreshments will be

STARKE, FLORIDA told rogram.after program. WANTED-Two or three-room while merchandise and polite salesmanship. Starke, Fla.I" .

apartment for two adults prefer

\ t For health eat Poinsettia Ice sleeping porch aad private balh4,
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a. Swlndl.. D. W.
Nelson O. T. StrIckland Haltord D. 1'1.011. Saute Harper, Annioa Lamoreatix John' Emma Saxon, Oeo. W.
Norman W. lL Sai'p. John H. Thonige. Mallory'Nuwsoni Hall R. N. L.amot'slLUX, Mrs. Slade. William
Electors John H. 8l1(1ox. Vavld L. 'I'hornae. Mr. Hester 1. Maynes., Mrs. Mary J. Mulllns, W. J. B.Manlr Sheffield. Ueo. W.
Qualified Norman hiram L. 811(1ox. James L. Thomaa Wi'll. La Hall. Lynn Munlra.. Mattie Saxon. U. Y.
Norman. F. M. 81100.. Walter Thomas JoJva Mae Hunt Mrs. P. B.llouser *. C. (I. Tucker J. L.Bou..r. I INTIJE
Nornan H. J. 8mlth. James F. Thomall. LilIa C. L. Maxwell.W. H. Taylor Mrs. F. M.
Norman T. N. 8tllmp Fred fI' '1'111011. Mr. Laura Mrs. Marguerite! Meads. 'V. A. Thomas, A, G.
Newiurn nay A. !Scott, Fred A. Thomas. A. W. A.Hutchlnson. TLlAndM.. Mrs. MamieMay. Thomaa, L. F.
Following is the list of qualified electors of the several Norman U. (J. 8.pl. Wm. 'rhonuis. "Ii'll. Johnnie A. A. Claude Li.NlmmOjAda Williams, A. :M.
Norman C. W. Sliuox J. S. Tucker I-i. A.. Alfred
:: Hamm, Watterson. Martin L
precincts: of Bradford County, Florida, published in accordance Norman.. : Id. Id.: tiwamlorn, A. Tucker: Roberta Jones, J. V. l'erry.Prova'tt 1''Mrs. :J. 'VRtt..r on. John W. '
: Lisbon, S. H. Strickland 4.. B. Thomas J. E.lIvltrlltr.et Johns, lj Marl Williams. J. L. i'
,' Chall. Harry Thoman. .1. Jo'rank sOs'erstreet : Priest, (' '
with law Johns U Q. Wynn' Mrs. Janla \
: : Lena Selen, August 1'ldith UeLancy Priest Mrs. Myrtle
:jW: : Jones, Wynn. I.oula -
Fresot'tt Louis C. Starling, Benjamin J. : :: J, S. Johnson J. F. Prevatt J. B. Wuodard 8. B.
PRECINCT NO. I-LA WTEYJr' Powell, LII'' her O. Stephens henry L. Thornton Mr. Onl.Pow..II.Lulher Johns, Mrs. Minnie I'erry Lucinda Wynn, Lacy
C. Scott Laura H. 1'11118, W. T. Jackson, W. K. Prevatt, 10. T. Wynn, L. A.
.And...UK, John B. "''lIlch.lI.: D. PCI'kins Ola Mae Peek "(lnl'lItlr L. HIHtrunk. Clara Tyler J. A. Johnson Mrs. J. F. 1'arker. Robert L. WWn. N.
AtirtiMHon lea.. A. On tor, Ch...". C. 1'hllliiH O. J. prev..tt, H. U. stump Nva W. l'nderhlll, A. ..7.l'lieLh Johnson. 1>. W. I[ah me. H W.,,, 'v'iiiams, Ralph U.
(, Idva. (irllllM, KiiuuhIrlillB 1'ruvatt fuddle J. If. Smith' Id. 11. Unth.rhili 0. 1., Jones, Tempy HudgerH. W. Wattereon Mr. K. B.
AlleI"1 It. U.: ( John 13.JrllllH Pearce, Josephine Vrevatt, Jietile M. tia., Idllery Weeks' *m. P. Johns, L. A. Rutledge J. N. Murtlce WattersOn Mr. MaryKalehirenler Coitrltty of It,, Domtt,.
i' Arwood. Nora P. ( Hlchard C. Porter U. C. i'eek Myra D. ltmtLh Beatrice White John W. Keen, J. C. Jr. Roberts, Mr.. Lot'lne mess. Ptrftctto .s; '" t 1
I Aiid<*i HI>II, Ueorgt llriltlH. Jamas U: I'hllllps. HiAty Powell May 'rlpp Sapp Jake B. Wall. Wm. L. Wm. Roberts W. L. McEver W. T. ''''''P.,
Andrews Mrs. J. S. (ll'lllln, C. a.: Phillips Mrs. 13. A. Parks. Walker U. Sweat ida 'Blnwrhrht.' Newman D. Kalchrenter L. R SliLde Oliver M"Orudel'. J. n. T1UY! say that if
Andrews, J. A. looilfelow. Ella I' ,ela. J. L>. !Powell John JI. struth Catherine Helene White Olin W. Kennard. Jamea B. SulliVK" Ruben It. lUcUruder Mo.elle K. ] it 'tl lii I
Krownlnir, John UrllllH. MnmloOaxkhiN 1'lttH: J. H.ITInKla. Patte. I.'red J. Struth Catherine Shirley Wall' Aliertus E. Kile, U. L. Saxon: J. 11. It jsn's
Drown:: Ueo. W.llurney Mrs. Lena ;. W H.JtoheitM l'attee Fannie E. HapI'. II. 11. Williams, Tholl. U. that she be nee
Henry W. CI lilllin, Mini leyUrllllN Enoch ..7.hIanchart l-atiirr :: C. Snpp' Carl Williams, Thos, S.Prevutt PRECINCT NO. 6TIIERESSAAlderman a. good cook B
Alunnon M. K. L. Kufldlnif, Henry F.Kuddlnh : 'N. Hatil: J. A. Wainwright, Wm.: 10[. Phillips, D. ;3. often Mother Nalure u
Xiurney. J.v..r..lt; K Oodwln. J. O I Volley K.KeddlNh PhillIps A. N. SaN), (1. Williams. Nat R. J. Hall. Madison .1. P. g
Hradfley. Frank :M.Hrown Ireen. Itutua brew Phillips: Lillian sneii. W..LJ.. White. (leo. C.Penney. Alderm..n. H. O. Jlerlley, H. 111. Sullivan l'adgett C. curly hair and the hahy dF
S. W. Ureen, Rachel UoHler: "y.II"Lnchard M. 0. A. Sha.w D. L. Weller, liable Aldltrmaut Nellie Hagan Mr" Ida J. Kulllvun. Andrew to somebody else's
IlllCBs W.: II. (tloru C. II.: ItoMier hurry U. Patte", Frank D. wlnyer. Jo'. O. Wainwright Newman D. Itrinson .L\I. 111. Hirison Burt: Sullivan, A. L.Swindell. daughler
Hubert A. IIr..n.! HrlttOoodfellow lined James R. Powers, J. W. i4unner' Aron Jr. Itolt Joseph liaR W. H. 8. R. then, if you are a ,
IllKKH, M. M. Jamea 13 Itoei.r James Powers. Lula Sumner A. C. White Ethel M. IJ".ItI, Sidney H. Hall, John S. L. WI.e: 1110'
Swindell. teach
Browning, li B i-1HIM i ,, c. K.lodwln. .Kowe, John II. Pearce. P. J. Houth..rland. J. .1. Wainwright, Mr. Mary 1)0(1(1 Lllllan U. Jones. W. A. Spauldlng, Fred C.Trlest you your daughter
llox. J. U.llurney ( Mrs. Eva. ItoHlrr. J. H. I'earce Bertha l4app Mrll. Vine O. I"ortner H. iii. Jones. Mamie T. B.Williamson ways of being
JesnlaHrown (Imils. Percy IleddlHh, J. T. Parks: Ethel H, White Noble flay Orlner. J. a. Jr. May H. D. :J. <3. : attractrve
I>. F. Hill LewIs II. Roberts, U. W. Yhhtips! Henry t r"dt.or.E'{ Wall, lifurla El. Inner. K. A. Moore D. W. W., T. which is the old old
Mlackourn T. T. Harley Alonio II Hosier, J. K. Hitch, Nelson. T. Saul Irene Whlto, Ina A. Geiger. 1<'. C. Moore Florence M. Wallace, C. A. one, 01 bt
.J Blanchard. Anna M. HodK, }'. (J.Harrrll. Hosier H. S.: hitch .Ia" U. Swanborn W. R. Wall liable A. nelger. Mrs. P. M. May May Youngblood. Mary M perfectly at home over a kit
Beck It. UKack J. L. Roberts, Jewell Tatum Itigdon J. J. HWlI.nhorn Agnee Wari WillIe Calvin UrineI'. 11I1'''. Carra R. Nich&o5. E. C. Youngbiood, L. L. stove. l
Audrey Hill Mrs 10mmiv Pearca Reddish: Russell Ray olive i. Scrugge, thas. F. White Ca..le IIln..on. U. W. Neal George P. Youngblood J.
Kla.ii chard, 11. 13. harley. Aliby B.Illllard Kcdrllsh.: Willie M.Heddlnfr Rit'h Isabel Sanders. Annie Winkler Edwin A. lIelber/rer. H. C. Phillips, James Zelgler James Little Mrs. Percival
Blanchard, Kwlla Z. C. L. IS. }'. Itlchard. JoJmma. Sapp Martha Whitehead, "Samuel wondered had1J*
Bennett H. T. Howe, Jackson A. Reddish J. M Ray Amelia H..pp. Leona WlllIam. Mary S PRECINCT NO. 7-NEW RIVER in her gentle ,
Boyer Henry llarrell, Lucy Hoe, ClydeUianchard. Hitch, Carrie Shaw Mr.. Mattie L. Wills. Irene L. Marion her Way
Mrs B. L. Harrell Joe LJ Jr., Bedding, Horace Hhoden. Matthew Truby Jacob M. Edward, ;.7.River' Andrews, n. W. Johns, 11[. L. Renfoe Dora only child. .
Brown John SItrown. Howell. U. W. Rhodes, W. C. U. Thomas Walnwrlgh'i S. Johns L. 1\[. Ken foe. J. E. seemed to inherit all
:: : Andrews F. A. the ate'!
Mrs. Nancy IIoward. J. A. Reddish P, U.Itafuxe Rooks:: Id.: It Thomas.: : : I"trd J. WainwrigIt I1 Illanche M.Hook" Andrews, C. B. Johns, H. L. Sapp, B. J. Percival's '

Itoyor, August H. Howard H. A. Id. M. Dixie Truby, .1011. J. Williams. D. D. Andrews, R. R. Kelly, D. W. Sapp, M. J. traits, and n 0(1,
Brown H C. Howard Henry Hosier. A. U. Hitch Ev..lyn Thomas( JlerlTan Williams n. J. Adams Cecil KellY.!! Mr. D. w. Sapp, R. L. mother's. She had beentL
, Kennett. C. U. Johns. Alta Heddlxh Mrs. Bella Bitch, Herbert C. Thomas. Edna 13. Wood, Annie S. Andrews Mrs. Winnie Kelly H. C. SaPP> E.O' AvHnow'den [ !,
Crews, F1. I* Judd O. W. Reddish, Viol Register, Freeman l'lson Jitta Wilkinson Guy M. Kelly, E. L. and-tumble baby; she had W
"lIrtf'r, Marron D Johns lletlie HHildlxh Mrs. Drew Hitch, J. H. Jr. Thomas. Frank Williams, Gertrude Andrews, Mrs. M. B. Moody, O. B. Mallle
Crawford. W. Hohert Johns, A. L. HvflillHh Mrs Mary Itlck", J. D. 'homB". Nathan N. Williams A. B. Bryan a. P. Merrltt, R. }'. Turner W. J. torn-boy little girl. And no"
Crawford. Elian S. Kin law, M. C. HtarllnK. Isaao N. Randall Aileen :Thornton: W, SI. Wood. Arthur Mrs. Mary Moody. S. J. Turner Roan J. twenty she was
.' Crews, Frank M. Ioadhoits M. Luther Starling, Josiah Randall: W. P. Thomas .1. Frank Williams Vandi E. Crews Bryan, Stafford L. Moody Nat O. Thomas W. M. ; affecting;

Carter I Dalton ,1.owerY James H. Htarllnw. Hteve T. Register. Alice L. Tompkins Llnle Wilmot, idrneet A. Crews S. C, Merritt, F. M. Turner Phyba coiffure, wearing horn-rinr
Crews Ellasdemons. Lewis, A. M. "'m II h. Albert A. HyalR, K.. Taylor Walter ro. Wiggins. roo ::1. Crews, FlorenceCovlngton Merrltt, Virginia! F. Turner Mary R. and j
W. C. Load holts, T. A. Hupp 3. ShlpmanHupp Itaulerson A. J. T..ylor. Josephine Warren Newn W. B. Parnell, H. T. Tetstone, deo. T. glasses threatening ton J
It'III' (Crawford Robert N. LaiiMT. Mrs. W. M Henry H.I B. Wiggins, Marlon F.
.. Rlv..r" Uen. W. Poole W. J. Warren Mr. Florence Glover R. O. Renfoe, John I
.. Carter, Chas L. Moore, James II Swarts A. J. Wynn Carl C. lawlMrs.
I //ilnelllrrove. O. W. Tappen "1. C' Yarborough Jamea C. Mrs. Iota Hen foe B. F.
Crawford. I). Franklin Murr Joe T. Happ. J. H. Htrulh. Wm. H. Tu.ner, W. E. Clover C. A. Jr. Raulemon M. C. Percival had
Carmichael John D Moore., Thomas J. Sweat, Leavy Sistrunk (leo. M. Tapp.n. Mre. Emma seen to
(:Crawford oscar H. Murrhee, Lenard M. Smith, Mrs (.arr7 8.CrawforI PRECINCT NO. BROOKER however, that Marion in SBIK
Jim C. Moore, James 'I'. Klarllnir. A. L. her masculine
J JCarradlna, 1'. .R. Mott, (lroveC_ Hupp UflorttlaCarradlne _.. PRECINCT NO. 3-STAnKE (South) I' B. Gay T. J. Padgett H. D. could CK
: J. II. Morgan, M. M.Morgan Hwarts, Mrs. Ellen Andrew W. F.Atkinson Jay Mrs Mary Plnholster, Ira W. Jr.Plnholster dinner fit for a king. Andy
f ('arradine, Htella R. W. M. starling, II. A.HtarllnK. Andrews J. Atkinson. Mrs. ( S. J. W. L.
W. Jr. hayes, Mr. nuby A. ... C. C. L. Oerow
Lniiiiie Norton.Sh. Marion.finally
Bella B. W. tumbled
& h.alhem: H. It..fl Moore D. W. Andrew J. W.. IIr.: Hemingway MrH. IL D. D. ik. R. Green H. 13. Lee Plnholster. hado
w. Brown
: .rk. L C. Miner. Kffla, Sweat, Viola L. .D
& Polk
Alvarez. IiIrrol Green Mrs. L. A. heels in love with
Crewa, c' R. Moore., Mr. Ada Htalsliy J. L.Hchnell A. W. Hemingway Newsom J. E. Brown. L. A. Oalney lire M. J. Padgett. J. C. a young.
f Crews 'I' W. F, P.Bchnell Anderson Harris Toni N..wllom, John n. Harry O. W. S. who seemed
H. Moore. W. A. Andrew, Ira W. Iioltzendrt Jessie Newllum EunIce Baxter J. B. Ureen Mrs. Flora Parrlsh N. a bit afraid tofi f 1
\ Crews, Kverett Mosley. R. Eleanor Anders Mr8. A. J. Hazen O. W. Plnholster. RosaI'lnholster
t 1-bard Jaok Norton J..le Baxter, N. H. love with her
Carter, Marvin H. Marr, JoaMorgan Annie gentle little '
Schletlln M. 0.I W. R. V
I' Anderson Myrtle It. 1-loover Don L. Oliver Martin Brown :Mrs. M. L. Hodge.
Carmichael W M. R. J. H.Farrlsh .
I Clark, F. n.demons Miles Grady marling, L. R. Allen Nellie Itewke Alice C. M. Oliver, Mrs. Myrtle Brown, W. L. !Hazen E. M. Farrlsh, U. M. 'Percival armed herself for ba' .
, Mrs. BvaClemons Mosley; B.Moore Taylor, Hardy Andrews. Nelle Hooper, H. A. Powell. Cha. J. Brown W. M. Harreell,. W. II. L. L.Parrlsh. and sallied forth.
, Arehamb..auit Albina I-tagto.
Abhla J. Mary Taylor Leonard X). IIoItzendort Ethel Prevatt. J. W. Ilrooker. J. 13.Brooker L. L.Parrlsh .
\ Clemons J. C. Marr Clarenca Torode Wm. M. Andreu Mr. Amanda 1I0It..ndort. B. C. Peek Sultan L. J. O. Hague, S. C. .
(Carter E./ II. Marr KdwardMoore Terry Thos. J. Andreu, Cartel lIarn.berger, U. I(. PerrYl11an N. K. Brown Mary Hazen L. O. O.AveryParker II. How the Kitchen Club Hilt!
Brownies. Hugh L. { C. Hazen, Miss E. O. ,
demons, L. C. Lloyd Thompson Sheldon IL Ttayea. AnnIe M. I'revatt f aul D. Brown H. Kitchen
). Crawford. W. T. Moore, David W Thede, Rudolph R. Brown, Jasper I-louver Cyrus F. Prevatt John B. Baxter, J. P. Hazen, Mrs. C. A. Parker Llnnle Lou- The Club was called
Crawford, J. D. Morgan, Clyde Teare (JatherlnaThede. Bundle Jacob Hoover; Della C. Prescott, hiram Baxter, W. a.Haxter Hazen. Mrs. M. K. Flnholster bed laParrlsh Miss consultation without being told
Crawford Cliff Morgan OHio. OlaTorode Brown Henry D. Harberth..ur A. Peek Mrll. Harriet S. Mrs. }J. B. Hazen. Mrw. Minnie underlying reason for
.1. R. the
Crawford Jack Morgan Viola Mrs. Paulina Brown Lam Hayn.... lire. Hope M. Perrynian Alre. Lola P. Rrown. Mrs. Bell Hague, Mamie H. Hattie I sw
- Crawford, Willie Melvin Bonnie. Thornton. R. lloyd J. O. Holllnll'aworth Mrs. F. C. Powell Mr. Lucy Brown Wilmot Holten K. M. Prescott Bide activity. Mrs. Percival'i kitchen

", ('lemnn..M..gle. Moore, Robert C. Torode. H. 'I'. Irown, Ester_ _. HOll.endorf,. Wilmer Peek !lrll. Clara L ColMon O. B. Howard. ..H.,H. Parrlsh.. 'ft_Mrs... made a most delightful, most f fat
Thornton W. P.Carmichael iirowmee. airs KiiaBurns Harris Nettle Perkins, Warren B, Crosby P. A. Houirn. 11. i.* iiunnt v iivRancy 9
: (
Cox II. J. Melvin, Kmory J. II.Russ place description of it in NK
Inei Melvin B. C. Thomas, idrs. All!. Mr... Bessla Inman Vonda B Perkins Llnnla CroBby. }oJ. to Harrell. M. O. I
Carter. Owen Mathls, J. F. Thornton J. F.Thornton. Brown, C. B. Inman. O. M.Ivea. Peterson, F. O. Crews James Hough M. :J. L. notebook). .
- Crawford, Peach Morgan Joe (Sortie Burns, EdwardHalsden N. f. Jr. Ponder, W. D. demons, J. El. Hazen.. R. B. Surrency,N.Shrlver. A.. B. Marion' young man was in*
Clemons. 1!. Norman W. Erom Teston 01 as. B. Addle Johns Archibald H. Padgett P. B. Crews, C. J. Hayes N. O. Jr. Shaw. C. L. dinner. Mrs. Percival
J. came down
Crews A. A. Norman James S. Thompson Marlum Balsden Rosa Jones. DeWItt C. Prevatt John Crosby C. E. Harrell Luther !
( ra""ord..J(). S. Norman William N. Wilkinson, BryantWalnwrlRht Bowers E. R. Johns, Marlon L. Perkins, Eunice Clemons, K. II. H..."e.., P. O. "Stewart K. T. N. a convenient headache and Ik
Durban DavidItlnklns Norman Jerry M. Truby L. Bowers, J. D. John., F. B. Prevatt L. J.Prevatt M. A. Harrell J. C. Shaw Mrs. C, I had to solve the problem of men
Chas. Norman Henry 8. Walnwrlght U. W. Hurney C. N. Johns, Dave ArchPlttenger Clemonsl lie Hough Carl Stewart. T. C. ing him while the cooked
ninklns, Annie Norman J. N. Wainwright, James .II. Halsden P. E. Johns, Abb Harry W Colson N. Alva Hazen. V. V. Stokes. N. Q.Shrlver dune
Dlnklna, B. P. Norman W. a. Wells, E. B.Woolen. H n ford, R. C.Buford Jones. Frank Parrlsh LewisQulgley Crosby, Clarissa Harrell. V. L. Mrs. A.Surrency. B. wound up with his going it
Iilxon W. R. Norman, J R. W. C. Irma Johns Jacob J. Mrs. MInnIe W, Connrly. J. A. Harrell, LucRe Alice kitchen and discovering then
Ttlnklns, Mary Norman Mrs. :J. R. Wells, Mae BI.... Brown Addle I,. Johns Newton J. Uulgley J. T. Crosby A. !<. Hodges, E. W. Sewell 1* W.J. flushed and fluttered but
Olnklns, P. L. Norman Tenner Woolen, JessieWllkeraon Bowers, L. Q. Jones, R. A. Roberson, W. J.Rhoden. Crews. Wallie Hazen. Mrs. Frankie Surrencv. M. vcry.b<
I>avl"., Mattie II. 13. L. Bowers, Mrs. Marie Johns, P. B. FredRhoden Crosby. H. B. Johns, L. D. Shaw H. T. wifely Marion, that he was OKI
Dixon, J. M. Norman, Roy WI\lnwrllfht..Mable Brown Mrs. TrubyBrowning Johns Allen U. LevlRobinson Crosby, A. B. Johnson C. J. Stokes F. C.Shrlver afraid of.
Norman W. H.Pearce .
Edwards, W. II.Mdwards ,U. Harold Wilkinson .. D. Vollla A. Johns, Mrs. E. F. J C. demons U. C. Kelley J. H. B. H. You know the "Here
rest Co
Mamie Lnu Wlmberly J. B. Bryan. Mrs. Mai Johnson D. J. Robinson Mrs. VeraL. Conerly, Jewell Kelley C. S. ShrIver Hilda -
Edwards. Mrs. M. 10. Phillips, Daniel L. Whitehea& Rebecca Brown, Mrs. Ruby Jonas, Ada Hitch. S. B. demons, Alvin Kelley Mrs. C. S. Sapp Mr. Marlon the Bride" and all that Ad
lIIunl<'.. J. 8. I'revatt A. H Whitley (I. W. Colley W. A. Johns, Ella; Rhoden WIllie demons Mrs. RlvaClemonB Lewis R. P. Steward. Edmond M. Kitchen Club never knew that t
Vntrh. Oeo. T* Parmenter, R. UlayParmenter Wilkinson George Coleman W. M. Johns Mrs. Ethel B, Robinson J. P. Mrs. Belle Lewis, J. W Tyler W.Thomas .
:rutrh. Robert II Henry IL Wainwright. Mrs O. W, (Coleman F]. N. Johns, Mrs. Lavy Rye Henry Dyal. n. D. Lewis, }J. J. J. B. been called upon to play Cupidl
:Fetch 8. J. Perkins. Bynum Whltley, Mrs. O. W. Clark T. O.Carpenter. Jones H. H. Reddish CarrIe Pyal, Truman D. Lopez, Cynthia Thomas, R. B. LEAVES FROM NANCYS
Fnfeh. I;]. M. Padgett Harry Z. Wnlker W. A. D. P. Johnson, W. L. Rafuse Cecil Pyal, Mrs. T. D. Lewis, Pervls Tyler A. O.
Fetch L. II. I'revatt V. RonellPrevatt. Wllkerson A. J.Wllkerson Chase. I.allllo R. Johns L. L. Reddish, I. J. Edwards. A. A. Lewis, Mrs. E. L. Thomas. O. M. KITCHEN CLUBNOTEBOOK
Kutch. Beatrice J. C. W B.Wllkerson Crosby'r.f'Loul.e: Johns, R. B. Rye J. II. Kd wards.. C. T. Lit eh Held. C. F. Thomas Alfred
J"rlgo ranm Pearce, Arthur C. D. O. Clark, Johnson, J. L. Reddish; Myrtle: I Kubanks, I. I' Lewis, Amanda Todd J. L.
Ktitch', Martha Prevatt. Sylvester Williams, T. K. Crosby: Mrs. I. N. Jones, Alice Rivers, H. O. Fowler W. R. Matheny. M. P. 'Tlllls N. T. We made Mrs. Percival's kitcbr
Kutch, Mrs Nellie C. Prlngle, C. A. YoungUeorffe F Card, E. D. Johns, Bert W. Hitch r... A. Fowler I. S. )Morgan I.. Thomas, Mrs. Alice <.eet and feminine as she isl I *
,. ('aril, Jennla Johns Lula HItch Mrs. JennIe Fowler, F. 8. Mott S. 11[. Thomas Alma silvergrayloor/ blue and.
' PRECINCT NO. 2-STAUKE. (North) Chase, F. 13. King. I!. J. Robinson Mrs. Annie B. Fowler.. TJ. A. Morgan: J J. Thomas Harley J.
(Carlton Fred Kite, Robt. Riley B. Oalney H. P. Markey. Thoa.Matheny Ward. E. J.latlin linoleum ; oil stove, blue, sihe
; Adklns, Andrew Z. I'adle, L. L. Harnage W. F. Colley Parr C. Kite, Lester HUlllvana: rov..r C. ( H. I* Olive J. Warren. W./ R. and white; breakfast nook (buS
i Alvaras, Jos. M. Courtney 8: Hurnage. J. A. Crews Wesley Kite I David Sullivan. J B, Green A. L. Mott J. R. Waters, '1'. W. pale blue trimmed with pink flow
Austin Ilanaford Canova F. A. Hut to. L. 8. Cheshler( Geo. W. King, N. '1'. Smith, W. II. lalney t. R. Mott. J. N. Waters I* M.
Wares, John W. Cowart J. J. llolllngsworth Mrs. W. (Cheshler J. D. Kite Buck C. Simmons :J. L. Oalney.. Mrs. NanlaGalney Music, J. M. Weeks, R. A. transfer patterns-window-boxpu
Andrews, A, M. Carleton Alice J. 11. demons, Mr. Fronle C. Kendrick Thos. M. /Stern W.. A. Mrs. MlllUa Melvin C. C. Weeks, Mrs. Mary F.
Warns, R. M. Jr.Ajvsrvs. Courtney Ruth F. Hayes, C. B. demons, Lewis Kendrick Martha Stllley Lettla Green Robt. H. H. J. J. Waters. R. .T. light rose color and filled with
M. J. Con ley, }\. T Harris T. N. Crews Mrs. BeslsaCheshler Kite. BenKnight. Hnyder, Harvey M. Green. Pave MarkeYt.e. B. White, W. 'H. and
Alvares Alonao L. Canova, 1.. A. Hundley, J. U. Mrs. Bettla Mrs II. V. Stern, Theresaa Gatlln. Marion Momls. W. W. White, Lottla pink begonias. Refngoi
Alvares, UrlttAlderman Cuwart, A. J. Halle, W. O. Darby Arthur M:. Kite Kenneth Smith. L. F. Gatlln J. II.Oalney Music Mrs Jlncla Wilcox '1'. P. table shelves etc., white tnic:
T. :J.Aiidrews Cowart, Mitt!. Halle Maud C. Darby Ida L. Kite Perry 8t..rnberK.. N. R. M. Nettles Etta Waters J. Q. with blue. Curtains, white with'!:
.. .ti. Adam Crosby, U. IS. Henley, Eddie Dees, Elizabeth Klckllier Miriam Siernberg. Qussla Green.. A. Leslie. Jr. R. T. Ward C. M.OllllBrd blue ruffles 1
Austin, Crews R. U Harris, Lonnlellolllngsworth Dov.r..Mr.. Mary Knight Hollls V. Stern F. C.Stlth W. M. o.teeni t. S. X*
- Adklns, LoisAlderman Carleton, _R. S. W. M. Dyal. B. O. Krusa, Oeo. C. M. C. Green Josephine Plnholster, T. B. J.I ? .1 ..
. U. W. Conner, VY. O. hurt W. H. Pavls. Rawson J. Kasxynskl. Alfred Sweesy, Frank A.
Alderman, Dora Crosby, Floyd Harnage. Mary A. Donnelly, L. A. Kite, Mrs. Louisa Sweexy. Ida H.
Addison Mack Carroll B. S. Budge., W, M. bowling R. N. Kite, Mrs. Alice Smith. Georgia Little I hereby certify that foregoing is a true and correct
Alvarez J. C. Caraday Louisa Hersey. 8. Id. Pavls, Lucille Tatum Lee, R. I.. Sullivan C. O.
Alvarez, Rufua O. c"hrl tYLAudre7 Irish K. I. I Dowllng E. J.Pemorest Lee m.) B.Lew Sullivan Elizabeth of the registered and qualified electors of Bradford
Alvarez. Luula S.Alvares Clark : IllfTe, W. J. R. F. In. O. Kirk Stlth Elizabeth copy
Annie Crosby W. C. Johns Kdward: B. Demorest Verdi J. L..one.I'Jlm..r Sapp, Flora LouIse to the best of nowledge and belief.
Almes,. David [. Crosby olonel A. Johns. Corley Pemorest W. O. La Due. W. N. Sullivan Eva County, Florida my --
Almes, Emily L. Carlton. I. B. Johns Everett M. Pyal B.Purling. Lindner, L. 8. Snyder, Liimmle V. .
Abernathy Ines Coleman Ned C. Johns, Thelma 111. Mrs. Nellie Lord. Eva B. Sapp, Fred A. II. C. WALL
Alderman May bell. Davis Lea Perryman Johns, 8. R. Purling, C. A. Lord. J. II.Langford Sullivan Herbert
Frances Darby AnnIe El. Johns Maggla Pees, Pearl Alice Stevens, Mnrla B. "TItlI:1.\: .""/ tnan't bacMtrtfimlitricl. jays

'Alvares, Levy Dunham A. K. Jones J. C. Edwards Baloua 8. Latham. Chas. O. Snell.. Georgia Supervisor of Registration .
Alvar, RalfordAlvares. Davis, Laura; A.Drlggers Jones'It'l: 'Ensey Chas R. Lamb, Irene Saxon Mr*. Hertha Mrs. Percival served us a lit
Jas. W. Judd Epperson W. J. Lewi Mrs. Llllla S. O.
Stansbury B. hunt
HattlaAlderman. bowling Samuel S. Jones L. O. Kpperson, Ix>rena 1C.Ensey Manning. John C. Sweat cKvint dessert made of big
Mona Dowllng. M. Delle Johns, C. B. N. Alva Matthews Eugene S. Shepard Perry Mrs. Alice Bradford County, Florida. angel cake covered with hot tt:

Agin. Wlllla M. Davis Lewis A. Jones Cora B. ,Epperson: W. J., Jr. Morgan John W Smith Mrs. William A.. late sauce filled with nuts, and t ton

Ualsden.Bryan Jas.Will I\,W. Davis Davis, InesDrummond Kllery M. JohnsCarl Johns W. J. Edwards"Edwards Josephlna J. M. Mitchell Morgan,, John Jas. M.A. Turner Tlson Theodore Frank L. ..... ......... ... .. ..... oreaux last Friday. with foe, cream I Here are the tec;

Hrownlee, Ja. M. B. D. Jonas Fred O. Flnley, JoaFernandez. Mlnton, Turner, Mrs. Lillian Mrs. Perry Johns and daughter,,
). Jr. MamtaJohns. L. .nD. : HAMPTON
liurneyUeo. Doyle. J. I Johns. Kva Malphurs W. :
Bryan. 'lpWF. Klllngton, John"A. R. C.; FernandezIsabel Mondon Wm. Thomas Torruella J. S. : Miss Beatrice, attended church
Wrown, Oliver Kdwards, Lacy R. Johanson, P. A. Feeler. W. A. Morgan Vlda V. L. Miss A4a "1.._... Cor. here last Sunday.
Hassan. Wm. A. Edwards: 'I'. C. Jennings, Albert Feeler Olivia 8. 'W.Flnley. Murrhee., Mrs. Anna O. Torruella Mary .
llessent. Abraham Edwards, B. A.Kdwards Jennings. Mrs. Edltbtronke. Mrs. Joa.Forsyth Matthews Ida D Thornton Tomllnson, Mrs.Shep C. A. ........................ J. C. McAllister and family,, I

Albert ;; Blanche C. Johns Mrs. Julia H. Mitchell' LucilleMatthews have removed to
Bryan J. Kdwards. Roy Knlcht, Daniel B.Kelley Fields. H. Florence Tomllnson, Roy Mrs. B. H. Loflln and slater Daytona Beach
hA.o 's II. Kdwards.: DallKdwards I 81m Maud S.Grims Thornton Kills last Saturday
Fields, Moore Nathan J. trnderhlll J. L. Mrs. J. C. Caldwell, who have been ;
W. Gladys C. Kick liter. Jas. P'.
Bryan U. Matthews O. Mlddeiton. W. E. Rev. Dixon
Barnes, Jai T. Edwards;; Lacy Jr. Kite J.me"t Sr. Grims, 7enaa. Z. Mlddlnton. Nolla D. IT"lo\v, LouisaT'glow visiting friends and relatives In of Jacksonville

Blocker W. El.Ilalsden Edwards, Joa. W. A. Green W. H. )Mansell N. W. John1'nderhlll.. Mrs. Sarah Macon Ga., for several days returned preached at the Christian church Angel Call
Ada L. Kdwards: W. Mitch Kick liter L. W.
R. A.
Marcotte Oeo. A. last
Ilronkey, Bertha Kdwards Ruby Male Kerney, li8neral L. Grime, Chas. C. Marcotte, Josephine fglow,. CarrlaVarnes. to their home here last Sunday morning and evening. Whites of 12 eggs
!Hrownlaa Maud M. Kiiwards: (Carrla Kerney O wood D. Green Mary Emma Mlddloton. Madge Varnes. M.A. V. Monday. Mrs. Herbert Priest and children 1 y cups granulated sugar (Searafter
Rrownlee U. ElIzabeth Kdwards: II. L.Kdwards KnlKht. Nannie L.
Gllsson, C. Ollla sifting) .
? Marr. Vlnlng J... n Ruthella Charles and Juan-
C.Kdwards Alexandra FKnlKht. .
liaaaley. Gertrude L. : Guy Kremkau Ollssnn C. C.Grinis Motes, W. S. Miss Carolyn Delk who has
Ida Varnes, N. 8.Versailles 1 and 1 tablespoon pasu7I
AllcaKngllsh Clara Mae cup
Itlggs, LeaKeaaley. Jos. M. Mlddleton Herald B.Malphurs Ita, of Green Cove Springs, are
O. U : R. H.Klllngton Klckllter Jas. F. Jr., Grlffls, C. A.Gassett Jane A. A. been visiting In Hollywood; returned teaspoon vanilla
Varnes MyraVarnes visiting Mrs. Priest's Mrs.
Hrlnaon T. A. R. A. Klckllter VlvlrettaKlmlmll cousin
Emma to her home here Pinch salt
Pate Murphy this week.
NI'ureL.hJ..rl L. "''h'h. C'h..... A. Mrs. S. J.Lewis. C. Mrs. Dollle Mae F. M. Taylor.L. .
A. C.Oassett Murphy II. of tartar
Bird, Ernest Flume. F. *'. Harry H. Hannah M.Mansell Woodward t>. D. She was accompanied by her cousin \Yi teaspoons cream
Clyde Mansell
Rullen Jos. J. Futch VerdlaForsyth. Lewis, B. J. Williams, J. O. Miss Iris of L. Bedenbaugh of Jacksonville Sift sugar five times. Set "
!: OladyaMarks Delk Hollywood.Mr. .
Bryan. Kmma J.Hsrnes. John Leach, L. L. Orlllls.CHI..ondldry K. D.Grims C. H.Malphurs Wiggins. Ida visited his parents. Mr. and Sift flour cream of tartar and
Dllla. V. Flume, HerdlaFlynn. Lewis Emery C. Wvman, Lonthall. and Mrs. W. O. Bennett, (
Lavlnla W. J.Mlnton. five ante
Blakely. W. 3. lleo. B.BeHsant Lewis Jell Wyman Mrs. Jos. C. B. Mrs. L. H. Bedenbaugh last Sun- together times. Set J
KataManning. Mrs.
K. L. K. Watterson
: : Grlflls. and Mrs. J. luB
C. Walter B. N. u
Florence Cornelia
Ursula Pauline quite
Flynn Long whites to a froth, not
Grims. EugenaGrims Mra. DeliaMcKlnnev
Kar.-foot. F. M. } Annie A. Lewis Worthy A. Wills, B. H O. Lamoreaur day.Rev. fol:
Kraxee M. M.Orims. John A. J. were visitors to for meringue. Sift in sugar, 1
I.. J'L. Lewis of Waldo will
Barefoot I J. Rohena A. Wynn
bleary Frasee. preachat ::
R. B.Gondge. McRa, Mike J. Gainesville last
Sunday afternoon. PSift
Iliac Nora Flncher W. T. Lee Matilda W Ilg"nll'Orle A the First it into eggs as lightly
lU... Louanna KlanUan; 8. W. Long, Margaret Goodge.. R.Mrs.J. :M. K.' McMillan.McKlnney.P.Volley 8. Wilson RunlceWlUon Mis Grace Wood and Mrs. Edna Baptist church of in flour. This also must bt
hIlt :i, 8. K. 1 Ilrltfl.Ire! LoisGoodge. McKlnney B. R. Hart of with handling
lfln'lI Starke. attended the Sew. as light a
A. .
B-vl.Tln L. K.Brl. Oeo. Long 1[ B. McMiilon'Mrs. TVI If. TJ' into
: .'... L. B.Tlocit.aman IrlIMn, Thoa. J. LlmViaugh, II. B. Mrs..Della Ell..bethwl1ll. Harold C. ing Circle here last Monday. evening. speed as possible. Turn
A. L.Goodge. McMllIon. R. C.
: drllll John I>. II. Goodge. Woodard S. B. Misses Reba Maxwell in
August ( taunt Harry Jessie buttered and cook IOWJ
W. J. McRae, LlllleMcKlnney pan
}'"IIAr. Viola K" Or....... Arch H. Largergren. H. B. ( Williamson. BsterWilliamson Miss Edith May Jones entertain. Williams and Put P
BunaHavnes hB" M.McKlnney. .
Guest. Mary Lee Wynn for fifty-five minutes.
Wm. John C. Mrs. DeliaLlnsty A.
Butler E. Qrlllls, Largergren. A.
Othma T .. MelvIn ed the Young La-dies' Clubat it ln
; Sewing
graduated with it and keep
1-tuGer. Marguerite Ann Irlltls A. F. M. C. Wvnn Mary from the Starke High water in oven
Sutler, John a.UlakHy Ureen. N. D.tlrims W. R. ttolllngsworth.Frank F. O. McKlnney G.Carl B. Whe..i..r. V. B. her home last Tuesday evening. School last for forty minutes. Do not >T,
hemingway NewRoJL Friday May 18th.
!? ,
R. A.Clreen M. IaItell
Jessie Mae Lewis, Wiley Mrs LottieYoung imnwi *
Harris J. .T. Nabb W. S. Many beautiful of hand-
Katie Mae KddlaUreen Lewi, E.J11.hnp. H. II. pieces oven door for twenty
'Harold Mallle Otis m.Db.hop Haves K. W Nichols Samuel S. C. 'work-was displayed and cake bake. At the ""
A. Leach Holtzendorf. C. a.Hamrlck Newsom O. T. Young, Jeanette. a delight. NEW DRUG STORE starts to
Nina Richard Everett H. Luke, I. V. AT BALDWIN **"
Sarah F. B. E. ful social time after forty minutes take pan of.
Ilryan. ,,,. M:. Green LorensoBnnnott Morgan, Stephen F. Newsom was enjoyed,
Mrs. Annie Mae Green, Wlllla B. Morgan, Frank which fancy cakes and Ice tea was At the end of fifty-five ipiniri"
Crews. Aaron 8. Oreen. AdamGardiner. Moor Leonard V. PRECINCT NO. GRAHAM out cake and turn it upside 011
Cooper, Oracle Debbie Moor, Aubrey R. served abundantly.Mr. Baldwin's
!. new drug store owned
to cool in
Crews, Jot. O. Green. Mae Mott N. C. Abernathy. F. T. Jone (N. D. Roberts, P. B. pan.
O. L. Harrison of
Crosby Rufus M. Orimn, Mamla B. Moore Malinda 1C. Byrd D. J.. Jones, Mrs. W. J. Rodgers, B. F. Wlldwood, by Messrs. W. D. and T. A. Chocolate Sanct

Colby, John F. Urlllls, UeorKlannaOrau Miner)'. Henry C. Brown Arthur O. Mills Thos.McOutrk. Surrency R. W. arrived here last Saturday; morning Brinson and J. E. Corpening of
Crulhchfleld. Chas Phillip J. Mitchell. O. A. Byrd R.. aCrosby James Strickland, R. 2 cups white sugar
Conner, I* L. Green Oren B.Ureen Mitchell EugeniC L. McKlnney. J. A. :J. Jr.. Starling ACT and has accepted a position as Starke, will open during the next 2

Cone Geo.Crosby I'oarlleOunter Mason !t. O. Crews J. D. Murrhee Krvln J. Thomas, S. T. night telegraph operator for the few days. It was stated Wednes tablespoons cocoa
W. '1'. J. N. Manning W. C. Dyal. O. W. McEver. W.Murrhee Wilder R. B. J4 cup water. .,,
Cooper C. H Green Ruthy Malpas ... A. Dial ErvlnDryden Dewey Was<1 n, H. M. Seaboard Air Line Railroad. day. The business will be located Cook to thick syrup. Add 1

('on..I.. fi. Ureen. Ruby Malpas Mrs. n.ula.1H.. Elizabeth Murrhee Mrs. M. B.Murrhee. Waaden T. W. Mrs. Dougal Boule and sons are In the new business block recently hot cake. I IProper
Croaby, Herschel K. Ureen. John \f Ma I pas. J. 8. Dyal. Mr. I. W. Frances Wasrten H. D.Wasdln. serve over
Cay, Guy C. Green RosaOreen Murrhee A. ... Dyal. Mrs. P. M. McCuIUy.Mra. Q. M. R. 8. the guests of Mrs. Boule's parents, erected by the partners and will Heat of Oil St *\

Croaby R. R Nelson. T. Moor. Amy Fogg, Chesley Oldham, Thomas E. Wasdln. J. A. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kennard.Mrs. be a modern drug store in
Crawford. U George Enna C. Moore. Blnah B. Fogg, Letta M. Padgett. :J. J.Parrlsh Wasdln I Mrs Gladys every for Angel Cake
rf Caaon. O *ia C. Gruff,,. LlllaUrlHIs Murrhee. Edith Fogg. Millie J. R. D. Wasdln L. R.Yarborough. T. J. Durden has M her partr.culaf.( Mr. Corpening will Ihe1

Cooper Cb.... R. 8. A. Moore Ethel Milliard, Dock Padgett Harry N.Prevail. B. J. guest this week her eon A. C. have supervision the Keep flajnes low so th3tblue.
Crawford, Eary Orltfls, S. A. Mundr Wm. B. Jr.Mundr Hllllard. Mrs. Mlttla I). L. over Baldwin (For faster cooking ttfl'Jup fj
Canova EJaslce C. Grime) W. L. Leila Jones, Percy J. Padgett A. Durden of Tampa.Mr. tore, but it will be in charge ofa IH inches.) A really f J|

Cady, Flora B. 0111 Mildred Mead. Pearl and Mrs. W. O., Seal. of competent .tead1
Crew. ICaul D. Green L. I. Monllath. David A. manager and Mr. stove will burn with a
Colley, LldlaCanova Orllfls, AnedaOrltfln Monthelth Mrs. Catherine PRECINCT NO. HAMPTON Jacksonville, but formerly of Corpening will continue to devote and will need no watching.

Florence B. EtheL A. Alexander "W. B. Blrt. Mrs. Hampton were visiting here this the ..
CrawiTK. T. Green. W. R.Orlffls Manning J. I. Adams Maggie A. Orimn. P. B. major part of his time in lookIng -
Frank Croom
Cyrus :JoeOunter.
Corpenlng. Jessie B. Andrew J.Oreen. Mitchell Miss Maud Adklns. J. B.Adklns A. A. Ounter.. 81 liar week. They have many friends after his drug store here.TallahasseeShipments .
Clason Wm. A. Fannie 1C. Mead. L. A.McKlnney I Penson R 1r" D.Delk : Haynes, O. here, who tire always glad to see
Crowll)'. Lester A. Glib Mrs. ftaynrlhbl W. B. Brannen. J. J, F. Hagan. T. M.
Cooper, Robert R. *. Kdwura B. McRa. Russell S.Corpenln" Bedenbaugh. .1. W. Delk, Pff.'Aa.ry Hall A. them. of citrus .1

"". Huldah B. Qreen D. RlteaUroves. McNeil. A. F. Bedenbaugh, 1.. B. Dicks" Mr-Mary Hodges, J. R. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Andreu and fruits from Florida for
Con..a, B. F.Conway. W. H. MeRan Harley 1C. Beck, C. A. Dennlson, C. M. Hall W. H. season .
Barbara XL Orims. B. L. McNeil, J. 8. Burt, C. A. Dennison 8. B. IunL P. B. laughters of Leesburg were visitIng of 1926-27 were more -than 10

Clark C. H. Hoffman Ashur P. MoRa. Bale Mae Iirannen May Dennlson. Avery C. Hall. H. H. : here last Saturday and Sun- times number of boxes
Cooper Leo Hoover Joa. C. MC'Raa. J. W. Brown. Thomas Frank Durden Mrs. Ouasla Harper C. B. lent out In ,.
('annvaJ Paul B. Jr. Hal slop. Fred C. McRa, Barney B.McRa linBugg Favor, MarshalFavor Hall. B. B. lay.Miss 1886-87. How to Cut .4 tll" '
Clark, M Halslop, Wm. R. *. Ethel : Emily Hall. A. C.Hulchlnson.. Grettle Lamoreaux of Tarn- aoP""
Clark R. F.Christy Hornsby Jas.Humprhey. McRa, A. R. Bugg, MarL Orlffln. W. Adlllett. it? m. Bartow-New Coliseum formally Never use a knife on
C. N.Canova Rufus 8. McNeil J. C. Brown W. N. C. W,. < Houaer J. F. ?a, visited her brother, J. O. Lam- opened onWest Main Street Pull it apart with two forks
J. J. Hoover, Etta Norman, J. B. keeps the feathery t turtr'IY' I

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S News of Florida In Short Paragraph W. O. W. Has Great FaithIn Shattered But the candidate his vision was.of gone pleasant: -- --- -


Right dolefully did he groan: J
Future of Florida SERVICE

"With Carlton and Catts and all

Live State NewsTOLD Woodmen of the World Life- Insurance- -- Association has I've failed the rest this unlucky day;

s Hencoforth I Judge It safest and : from
over 33,000
$10,000,000 Invested in Florida. This State has Great I best

Future says W A Fraser. Sovereign Commander. To stick to Hathaway." I

BY OUR EXCHANGES -It. E. L. incretlian 100 countries

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land' i E. Harper of Plant proposed citrus Growers Clearing of the remarkable utter- Ii
,B1-ted| president and House Association. I i anew made In his address but i
r "W\ ''toosen for the 1929 e e e night by Senator John S. Taylor PERMANENCY of service is a part of the sale of every

f'a eoP'I, ? ,r the Florida Lumand PerrY-A solid carload of 12- of Largo, was that the rond-butld- product. General Motors has girdled

i \lIIlw..rk) Association. Inc., 000 pounds of king mackerel were log la not an issue I In the present the world with service organizations. Authorized service

ia the final session of shipped from Perry consigned to aa campaign. He went further and for General Motors' customers is provided
hnBuai ,onventlon here Friday. Charlotte N. C. This la the largo I said that credit for the present stations in through 33,000-
more 100
a eeeburg est single shipment of king mackerel -I splendid system of state highways countries.

A tounJIng as are the ever made from any point 1 In should RO to no individual and no The fact that so many General Motors' sales each year

losure ID figures recently reed the United States. The fish were administration but to the taxpayers are made to former owners of its products is the best possible .
Industrial surshoW'ug all caught with hook and line !! who put up the money.
l t by 'Ih.' state on proof that the service of both the itself
car and the
that between 1907 the coast of Taylor county, about The argument ia one that will\
dealer who .
;' 1 iho total banking reIL.j',1 twenty-five miles from Perry. Yes- not stand the test of logic or analysis sold it has been continuously satisfactory.

Florida Increased 899 terday's catch amounted to seven Road-building Is an Issue In

I ceni' slut that the gain from thousand pounds with only a very the present campaign, and the "A car for every purse and purpose"The
I; to I i'7!! was 258 per cent small number, of men fishing. The paramount Issue. It Is especiallyso

statK'iics are even more rerkal' Seminole Fish Company, operat-! In Putnam county, where the new models of General Motors
,0 ing in completion of State Highway No. cars offer more
Lake Taylor
j | in respect to coun- county waters expect -
iw/u ained: 4,018 per cent to be able to ship a car each 1 ,. 28. from Lake City to the ocean la quality,more performance more comfort,more beauty thanat

in, \w" to 1927 and 454 per day throughout the season. Another of vast public concern Upon the any other time in the history of the automobile industry. '

ft tl I m then decade between 1917 day.carload will move forward Frl only completion rests In of part this the highway destiny not of They include "a car for every purse and purpose"achoice

t927. e e Palatka and Keystone, Heights but of suitable models in each price class. Check on the
e Here are $80,000,000 In band being handled by employees of the also the future revenue of the Me- coupon below the car or cars about which
Beach-W. W. Ster- Daytona Beach-The Daytona Woodmen of the World.. W A. Fraser, Sovereign Commander It stand you would
baytona Beach city commission ing with sheaf of morial Bridge here across the St. like full details, then mail in the No
t of a large bulb planta- Friday at a bonds In his hands $10,000,000 of these bonds repre coupon. cost-and no
n' owner Gardens north of special meeting authorized the sent Florida Investments. The employees are clipping the .eml-annual Johns river. It this work Is allow- obligation. -'.
at National dividend ed to lag, Putnam county will be
that he construction of the first unit of aboard coupons.MAHA. '
announced Friday i.
city. Immeasurably damaged.
j completed contract for sale of the walk- Main along"str-e the t--ocean frontfrom Nebr.. May 24.-The more Important than the education There have been governors anda I -l.1:

loo acres of land to New Eng- to Auditorium ocean approach ,4 1 Woodmen of the World Life of our children-the future citizen road department and a chairmanof
ld capitalists, who will plant the e e .t Insurance Association has of tomorrow." the road department and tax ;

Lt in grapes. The purchasing explicit confidence In the Mr. Fraser said the factors enterIng payers in Florida for lo, those
Is capitalized at $750he ,- Gainesville-P. K. Yonge Pen future of Florida. This is indicated
All the .
Ipany Into security of their Investments many years. machinery
I, said. sacola, and E. L. Wartmann Citra,, by the vast Investments tbat thla are based foremost on the or road building existed when 1
will be the honor guests of the an insurance association has In CHEVROLET
e community's financial responsibility Trammell was governor and when 'I models, $49S to $7I5 Bigger: and letter than ever
nual luncheon May 28, of the University Florida Derore. Awheel brakes.. More 1
Park-An intensified I both present and potential. But Catts was governor and when oth- powerful engine: Luxurious Fisher Bodies.
Ire winter la being made In Orange and of Florida Alumni associa W. A. Fraser Sovereign Commander I In addition, however, he said the ers held the helm of th ship of New 5495.Hood. New Duco colors Also! truck chassis; J -ton, $395; 1-ton
tion. Each the i
year selects of tbe Woodmen of the
state. There
mole counties this week byse Investment Committee was also was a of
Interested In the movement two outstanding men. and World and President of the Globe guided by good faith of and confl I the state road department before
Messrs. Yonge and Wartmannwere Life Insurance Company announced Dr. Fons A. I
dence in the municipality Issuing Hathaway was ap-
king to the organization of theIT'S ,I
chosen because of their accomplishments today that the Woodmen of tho such bonds. 'pointed to the post. The name

for the university World has $10,000,000 Invested In 'state engineer was on the Job thenas "
Mr. Yonge Is chairman of the state "Great assurance of good faith Is I
YOUR LIVER municipal bonds various counties now. He was equally com- Ii
board of control and Mr. Wart given to the Committee in the i
When you are bilious, constipated. In Florida. petent then as now.
dizzy, correct this simple statement flint American
or com-
aJachey man Is a member. I I
"Florida has future It But with all this of men I
-tiun by the use of Lanes Pills. Os.II a great Municipalities of Importance
e e any
at night will give relief. Is a marvelous state and tanks with i and material and with an almost
I. MITtllKLL'S DRUG STORM do not default In the principal or
Melbourne-H. M. Houchlns any In the Union," said Sovereign; Interest of of their obligations i equal abundance of tax-payers, PONTIAC. 7 model, $743 to $S7S. ....... : t
LANE'S PILLS business manager of Melbourne Commander Frnser. "Our funds, any I very few roads were built. As a model improved from radiator to t.U-Bght. 4-wheel
said Mr. Prnscr.
Sentinel, is In receipt of a tale Invested In Florida, have been used matter of record fewer roads were FUher. New OUR cylinder bead. Increased power DueolDait4 ,

gram from Corbin, Ky., advisinghim for the development of good roads, During the thirty-seven years existence completed by all preceding admin-

PAINTER'SSimon that a motorcade of prominent school houses, court houses, street of W. O. W., the association istrations thah have been completed .1 t

business, professional and Improvements and other municipal has been very careful In the dlt in two years by the present one, .1I'
sportsmen from that section let enterprises. position of Its funds for Invest. and It also has tinder constructionat

Pure Citrusand Thursday for a trip to Florida. "Not enough people la America ments. The company now ban this time nearly as many milesas i r :

They will make an Inspection tour realize tbe Importance of modern $88,000,000 invested In municipal have been finished.It ".:

of Levy, Marion and Brevard coun- and up-to-date school houses and bonds. During its twentysevenyears Is not necessary to go far '
Gem Farm CropFERTILIZERS ties, and have timed their visit In modern methods of education. Sanitary W. O. W. has hnndled more from home to prove the conten

order to enjoy the unsurpassed and modern school houses than $120.000,000 of investment tion. In, Putnam county, since ,' OLDSMOBILE. 7 models, $935 to $1085. "'J'be Pine' ) Car N Ls.e ;
fresh water bass fishing in Florida tend toward making both teachers without losing a rent of principal responsibility for execution has' Price."Completely redesigned and Improved by General Motor. Lc.py '

waters. and school pupils more contented or interest. been entrusted to Dr. Hathaway, 'I' roomier more powerful.4-wheel brakes. Fisher Bodies.

e r e and therefore, more efficient. Good Mr. Fraser visits Florida every State Highway No.3, from I'ala- I

Perry-Farmers In the Spring school houses and their sanitary year to renew old acquaintances, tka. north to Jacksonville has'
Are Warrior drainage district of Taylor conveniences, proper lighting and mnke new ones and Inspect Investments been built and opened the E'lIl1re'
county met at Athensa last' ventilation enable school teachers of the Woodmen of the length of Its 54 miles. State Highway (
"TIME TRIED AND CROP night for the purpose of getting *o do better work, and nothing is World. No. 14 has been built from ) I

TESTED"Our their drainage project under way. Paltttka to the Alachua county I I

Col. W. T. Hendry was retainedas the Fort Pierce Growers Association TI1H CANDIDATES MISTAKEA line. Ninety per cent of the grad; i
Brand are the Acknow- attorney by the interested land- who returned Wednesday ing of State Highway No. 28 has

ledged Standard by which owners present to advise them con- from Cocoa, where he attended the I bunch of voters the candidate been completed from Palatka to OAKLAND. 7 models $1045 to $1375. The An-Ameriean -..Bar-. I
Growers of Florida have cerning the necessary legal steps. annual meeting of the sub-ex- spied- Lake City. The unbullt stretches Smooth powerful engine. Longer: lower and more beautiful bodfee tsf:
judged all fertilizers for e e The of State Highway No.3 from Pa- Fisher. 4-wheel brakes Every convenience. New Duco color*. I
nearly forty years. Fort Pierce-The Indian River change. sub-exchange A dozen or maybe more latka south have been constructed, II
In volume of fruit handled.;
To them in haste he smilingly bled I
"Giving all we can for whatwe Sub-Exchange and Florida Citrus S e e e and thin city has been made accessible
And then began to roar: YI IM N"e I II Ia
set Instead of getting all Exchange, embracing a large acreage Miami-Robert Weech companIon over a boulevard that ex-
wo can for what we live," and several packing plnats in of Horace Alderman who Is tends from the gateway to the I
I want
"Boys don't forget
I II the me 0
policy of St. Lucie Indian River and Bre now under sentence to be banged your vote gulf. I,
vard counties, received the highest Dr. Hathaway began to
THE E. O. PAINTER for his part In the bloody battle At the primary June fifth; I
average returns for Its fruit duringthe speed up things, there was not
aboard a cost guard patrol boat off Put me at the rudder of your boat
FERTILIZER CO. past season of any sub-ex Miami August 7, 1927. In which And I shore will run her swltf I even one completed highway lead- ,
change of the state body occord3g Ing Into the capital city of Putnam
JACKSONVXLMB FLA. three men were killed pleaded
i BUICK. 14 models. $1195 to
1991. Larceet..hut In Bolck'. .
president ofUSED How different today, I
to Homer guilty as accessory in federal court "Low taxes pensions good roads county. Beautiful low bodies by FI....... Getaway like an arrow. VIixsds.Ir
P Thursday and was sentenced to free This work cannot be placed to beyond belief. 6-cyUnder "valve-in-head" angina Duco noUi. I

serve a year and a day. I promise you you betcha; the credit of. the tax-payers pro- "
S e gressive though they were. The I.I.
For fat Jobs only come to me.
0 must to the Improved I ,;,
Tallahassee-The resignations laurels go -.I I.i
N And for relief and-and- icet'ra"My ( ,
to the placing at the -- I'
v ot Dan Dahle as assistant state personnel i
chemist of Florida was announced opponents are sorry sticks! head of a great department a man : '1

Thursday by State Chemist R. E. You Just forget 'em-see? s. of dynamic force and unusual executive :

Rose. Dahle has served In that capacity For good and strong and tellln' ability?
F1 cFairTreatment s,. for nearly five years. He licks It the perpetuation of present
ee has accepted a position with the road policies Is not an Issue In this LASALLE. 10 models, $2350 to $2975. Beautiful car of Continental
food, drug and Insecticide administration You shore may count on,me! campaign, then nothing Is. It Is lines. Companion car to Cadillac. V-type 90 degree 8-yBnder 'ar.io6 oJ:

of the United States department the only consequential Issue advanced Marvelous bodies by FUher. Striking.Duco combinations ,
of agriculture. Then spoke a member of the with the single exception ;

S e e e crowd: of the return of race-track gamb- I :
"We're all good democrats; of !
Plans made ling In Florida. The election
Zephyrhllls- were
0/ Who's your man for gor'nor Hathaway means good roads good I III
known here Thursday of the or- ..5.
ganization of the Crystal Springs Speak loud government and Improved educa- V ; : \ I ."-
t'f\ .
For you see, we're all for Catts'. tional facilities He Is a platformin J ) II / I ( '
Amusement Company of which S.
"It. .
CAR buyers D. Lovett Is president and WilliamO. himself.-Palatka Dally News \
"Bully for you!I" did the candi-
Lester, secretary capitalized; at date cry- May 18. .

$50,000 for the construction of a "Jest my man till,the cows come A course In J Journalism will be \J JI
BuickDealer's swimming pool and amusement of the Flor-
home! added to the curlcula I
at the noted Crystal Springs CADILLAC. 24 model, $3295 to $5500. Standard of world.
.your park For Catts I'll cheerfully wade tillI ida State College for Women beginning the I :'!
four miles south of this city on In September but the Famous 90-degree V-type 8-cylinder engine. Sumptuous bodies bf
dieThrough Fisher and Fleetwood. 500 color combinations
Road 23. to chooee from
State blood and sand and course will not be open to anyone i
Policy.The e e rv .:
loam misspells, or uses Incorrect
Vero Beach-Through arrangements of |
English, Dr. W, G. Dodd, dean
made by County Agent W. "Don't be so fast" the voter said; the college of Arts and Sciences ff
used car that most satisfactorilythatgives 3. Evans with the agricultural To the newspaper
serves you "Hold your horses., keep your announced.
for extension department of the state seat! folks of Florida. It looks like the i
you the most transportation your money- university'two citrus meetings for and
You misunderstand us, 'tis too course should teach GENERAL
naturally offers the greatest used car value. the benefit of growers In Indian bad- spelling and the use of correct
wll be held on May
River county
We're all for Catts' DEFEAT! language. -
Go to the Buick dealer. He offers a wide :selection of 22 at Wabasso. S and e Vero. Beach. "So we can't support you no Catts sWm.

mates and models in his used car stock. Ocala-Freedom from accidents<< In oursmember -"

from grade crossings, was the subject of the board in the sense I MOTORSt:
His prices are fair-based on the actual resale worthof engaging the attention of the that he will be Inexperienced: for II J. ILIFFE

the car in question. And he will tell you the true Atlantic Coast Line officials gath- reason that he once served on It. I
ered here Thursday In bi-monthly t-.
condition of car he offers for sale. He is always '' ,
any meeting. "The Atlantic CoastLine Leesburg-No carlot shipment 'Expert Watch Repairing -
careful in the community. railroad Is putting on a campaign watermelons will be made from j
to guard his high reputation of M*** . CLIP THE COUPON- a. a*
this summer that will be the vicinity of Leesburg before the Ear. ;I

When you buy a used car from your Buick dealer you educational to the motor driving first or middle of next week fruit I i

know know that public" said Robert Scott of Wil- now on the vines of sufficient size GeN RAL MOTORS (LVpt.Ar) Detroit,Mid '1
that it will perform as promised-you mington. N. C.. who Is editor of to be marketed requiring several I ,

.. :you are getting your money's worth. the Atlantic Coast Line News' 'The days of sunshine and warm weather ENGRAVINGJEWELRY I CHEVROLET Q Fliais.......withoatOW.a.-' f
keynote of this campaign will be for ripening. t Ce.ntun GeMe.I ;
d.senbing..ch Mmoespeodtrt
observe the law, stop look and I PONTIAC 0 I .... drek.d-cogabet .... ra t**a4 | i ig
listen. 30-day reprieve' I OLDSMOBILB 0 "Ih.P'.i.gGraved".d"trl.eipk.t11Ao4id.rw: ,
CORPORATION effective May 11, has been granted
Washington President Coolidge by Governor Martin to Eldon Far- OAKLAND Q !
Thursday sent to the senate ley convicted In Gadsden county Hull Building i .
I the nomination of Admiral Hutch court for speeding on the highwayand Btu: 0]

REGISTER MOTOR CO.' I I .Cone retired to be a. member of sentenced to a $50 fine and j,

the United State shipping guard thirty days In Jail. The respitewas Starke Florida ,;'
r Vice Admiral W. 8. Benson term given. It was stated to allow ;L.f I

8TAREE, FLORIDA expired. Admiral Cone native of Farley to present his case to the A t

rare I Jasper, Fla., will. not be a new State Board; of Pardon ,

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Highway bill and he did not vote i' i'' '''II''', .,,nr,,, i"Il ilililliu,, ,inu,,,,,,il,,.ii ulaid, ,,,,,llllllinWUlli,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,, rOnili" ,/,l'''" ''l'mllll""II""II'' 'niII'' nAnIIIIi,, ,,, ,,,,1lUII,, ., "ICI till.,' t ,l',' ',, +"il"+Xill' "i''I'''',I,,"",'".''."-'''''_''III11''lIlIlImllllllllllllllllll''IIIII.'II'"IIIIII"Ul_'' "_,__'' _' '' _' __I ''ID"'I1I'"IIIIIIIIIIIWUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"'_' _/ ___II IIaIWatlolWa__.__.._ItlggllUllldlll, ', ,
against it on final passage thus r I' 0---' a. -- --- -------- _'1I\Qi.

I permitting such an Iniquitous law '

n,1 J" Part Of The Record to pass without opposing It by,

voice or vote. A law about which 1-

!Mr. Justice Brown said placed a

'-_ blank slate check! of unlimited : : DECOAT1 DAY

amount In the hands of two men,
7g''II", Editor's Note- Governor Catt I Imprisonment for rape. Pardoned] etc. Neither does the record show I I

: was In'Jicted by a Bradford county, by Governor Cults July 17th, 1919 that Senator Stewart Introduced I !

.," grand Jury for a misuse\ of his pardon 12--William Dees, sent up from I any banking bills or proposed any

i I UK power, the specific charge I, lltlltiborough county to life imprisonment remedial bank legislation duringthe

i being the alleged! acceptance: of for rape. Parloned: by Gov last session of the legislature.The .
bribes for releasing convicts at the' ernor Calls August 21st, 1919.
;, roll rail votes show him Interested -
state prison. The law requires that IS-: -John Simmons, sent uj
In the Conners'
highway bill,
',' the governor must vote favorably from Polk county to life Imprison- but offering nothing to remedy I j 1 : SPECIALS

... on a pardon regardless of the action ment for rape. This "rapist" only those things about which he Is now
of the balance of the board,, served about seven years of his complaining. : ,

before a pardon can be granted.For time when Governor Catts gave ...
!Moreover, It should be remembered _
this reason every convict par- him a pardon for u Christmas present that the large railroad linen
administration December 24th, 1917.
doned during Cutts on
of the state are now contesting a
" received his pardon because Calls 14-Oscar Dunham, another -
portion of their tax bill Involving
voted for ,such pardon. ) criminal, sent up from Duval coon the t
revenues of practically
A circular has", beenIssued In ty for life for rape, and he had county and special school district every In.

Hamilton county which deals with"TheTJ'npardonable only made a little over six years I I
In the state as well as those of the
| Crime Among ot Ms time, when Governor Cattt I Istate
# Itself and have brought Injunction GOODYEA&
II', :Men and Part of the Record of Sidney gave him a pardon for a Christmas I against the comptroller t

J. Catts When He was Gover- present on December 24th, 1919.
to prevent his enforcing the collection .
nor." It Is reproduced here with- 15-Paul Wilson, another life, .
of such taxes. If successful
out comment-for there seems to termer. for sent from
rape up
the tax burdens of the people will'
r. be no comment necessary. Hlllsborough county pardoned. by 7 TiRES
be increased la
.1 I proportion to
,; To our Neighbors, Fellow Citizens Governor Calls July'20th, 1920.
those of the railroads are
and Friends+ of Hamilton 10-Green Wheeler, sent up, J
lowered because so much revenue
County: from Polk county for 20 years, for
must be rained each The
, Since Mr. Sidney J. Catts wants rape. Pardoned July 20th, 1920, I year.
' amount Involved In the
case we
/ to be governor of l I talking about i Is above million
are a
we are submitting herewith just a 17- -Jolinnlt Lary, cent up from !
small part of the record which! he Jefferson county, to 12 years for( dollars.It Service StationNo.2
la the law that the railroads Supreme
made during his term In that office assault to rape. Served not quite
must return their property to the
and It is our prayer that you two years of his sentence when he
comptroller for taxation i
record year
will carefully consider thin was pardoned by Governor Catts.
-If he Is satisfied with, such
, and then ask yourselk this question 18-,-Hosarlo CTrso, sent up from
, : Ilillsborough county to life Imprisonment -j return the comptroller may accept
them and that it Is the end of It. Starke Florida
wife, or
"SuppoHe my mother, or for rape. This crim-
Dialer, or daughter, had been the inal only served two years and I Ernest Amos has never accepted ,
the valuations as returned but has
victim of a negro rapist-and theIr eight days of his sentence when

:Ir negro rapist had been sent to the Governor Calls gave him a pardon called In the railroad assessing
board, composed of the comptroller
: chalngang--and then Governor oil July 20th, 1920. I
x" Catts should give him a pardon fora Anybody can get these records attorney-general and state
" treasurer, which board has fixed
Christmas present from the Commissioners office at
the assessment The rail r
would do? annually. ,
What you Tallahassee, Florida, by writingfor
Here Is Mr. Calls' recor.ll: them. road taxes have Increased annually -

, Butler, sent up from 31,700,000 In 1917, taxes
1-Tim negro Besides. casting a pall of sadness ,
from Hamilton county, to serve a Borrow and heart-aches In for 1916, to $5,700,00, taxes for

sentence of 19 years, at hard labor many happy homes, it cost the taxpayers 1927. The records show that Ernest "

In the state prison, for the thousands of dollars to con- Amos as comptroller himself ,.C.OeOe.eOeOS. 4S, SeS., \ ('

crime of "ASSAULT TO RAPE." vict these criminals, and Sidney J.' put upon the tax books railroad !

Ills victim was Mrs. born Catts, governor of Florida, gave properties theretofore escaping ---1
and reared In Hamilton county, a them their freedom. taxes which has brought In revenues QUAKER STATE I

of the late Mack Hall and annually to the state counties
daughter Citizens of Hamilton CountyFor \
: wife of C. C. Goolsby, and special districts amounting to
the young the love of your home, your ,
and a first cousin of Joe Hell- loved ones and friends, for the love $592,926.55 to say nothing about j MOTOR OIL GASOLINE
from what was paid cities and towns on J
: flower. Tim Butler escaped of righteousness and your native CI

the state prison but was recaptured land( -- the game properties. So this pa- P //L1J II ii .

and carried back On December Don't vote for Sidney J, Calls. per believes tl at too much Is at '" -.-.- --------- lN il ---
24th, 1919 Governor Catts stake to turn this Important office ""I "
"By their fruits ye shall know ta@ iIlr'Ilf .
gave him a pardon for a Christ' them." Jesus spoke these words, over to a railroad lawyer to administer ..,

mas present. and lie also said: especially since the records \ .

2-J. C. Norris. was sent up "Beware of false prophets, show that he ably assistedthe

from Duval county to 'life Imprisonment which come to you in sheep's railroad In the passage of whatis ; .

for rape. Pardoned by Gov- clothing, but Inwardly they are khown as the "cut-off" bill at ,-- .. C- '- "'.. .

ernor Calls on August lat, 1917. ravening wolves." the last session of the legislature, i "t l% r' a r d.'>>,';, I II

3-Herbert Stone, sent up from Your Fellow Citizens, allowing the railroads to charge *<, i ,,N. .". I

Polk, county for 12 years, for assault C. C. GOOLSBY. shippers freight on a long mileage I I

to rape. He had only served JOE BELLFLOWEU haul which was carried by short !

two and 18 days of his sentence I mileage through the cut-off : ;
years .
when Governor Culls gave Messrs. Goolsby and Bellflower Senator Stewart dries not seem HERE'S a special opportunity to get "all set" ;. i
to the official '
have not only gone I <
him a pardon on September 7th, record for the facts of their statement to possess. any special qualifications !' your tire problems for the entire ,

1317 but they proffer informationas for this important otDce-he ._ E summer. .. j

4-WIll Graham, was sent up to where and how anybody. in has had no banking experience nor ',. .

from Volusia county to life im- the stale who wants verification of any other touching the important .. Put on new Goodyears now-special ..
prisonment for rape. Governor duties of the office neither has it offerings ..it ; !
obtain It.

Christmas Calls gave) present him a pardon on December for a i It Floridians No can doubt. who there will will vote still be for some the by been temperament shown that or he habits.Is fitted for It .i 1'I..;; make it possible for you to enjoy a trouble-free: .. a f:; '

I i. ,
It Is well-known fact that the
a .I .
A ; .J
the democratic "
former Decoration
governor as : trip over Day. I
comptroller has other '
many responsible :
5-Ed Gadsden. was sent up nominee for the governorship, even f.1tW.t- ''j'i!! t.

from Illllsborough county for 20 in the face of this recital of duties to perform besides ,..; ....; ,/'I r.'t.r;\ ;; ,,,.,' r 1
.. '" !
supervising state banks-In fact, !it :i. ., ... : ._
years for assault to rape. He had what official documents show as to : I .
If the banking department were removed -
only serve* about halt his term his record when he formerly was he would still have as much SPECIAL : ;

when Governor Catts gave him a thief executive. It Is difficult to _
work do
to as other cabinet mem-
Christmas. present Pardoned December < conceive of how they can do so.I .

24th. 101-7. I bers.This
'0 John Ward, dent from paper goes on record in
wo I II
Dade county to seven years for assault I T1MH TO KXI'KUIMKNT: : : | 1 saying that Ernest: Amos has hand- 30 x 3 1-2 Pathfinder $7.95

to rapo. After serving two I I led the bunking situation with!

years and 17 days of his sentence, | which he has been confronted as
(Editorial: In Tallahassee Demo.
well other could have
by Governor as any man
lie was pardoned
Catts on April 20th, 1918. crat.) I done under the same conditions.Mr. .

7-N. W. Bumpus, sent up from. Sometime ago this paper expressed I I anybody. !Martin else., Mr It Stewart Is generally or Mister conceded : ", 4, If you like, well take your old tires in trade on .
to life Imprisonment
county\ its Intention to support each that the great slump in all J J. .. t.); .
for After serv- : brand-new
rape. stout
: Goodyear All-Weather Tread
four months and cabinet officer. So far only two lines of business and the losses '
ing four years '

11 days of his", sentence, Governor have Commissioner opposition, the of Agriculture.In Comptrollerand sustained throughout the state the .,: 'Balloons-one or a complete set : .
just as
Catts turned him loose. past two years, the fall In depositsIn you say.We'll ,; ,
8-Fred Williams, sent from looking over those announced state banks at the rate. of a hundred "I' .
up for Comptroller, perhaps the most < ... make fair allowance for .
< a mile
Duval county for life, for rape. Important office In the State, we' thousand dollars per hour for :: : you every ;?'lt ...
banking business hour for
Pardoned by Governor. Calls on find one Emory Spear Martin but I! every -.; that is left in ,
old tires
August 31st, 1918.0Another lately come Into the state from' twenty one consecutive months J / ; your and put the new <: : -
enough to wreck the financial machines ,
life termer. Henry Alston, Georgia, where he was'' ;-." :
completely. The wonder l is ones on free.
Singleton, sent up from Marion president and cashier of the de-'
more did not go. But the situa-
county. Turned loose by Governor funct state bank, the Citizens Bank j tion has been stabilized and we

Catts August 31st, 1918. of Alston, which failed miserably are the De- -- __ ...
criminal again on upgrade Goodyear Pathfinder Tires ----,- _,_,,_ J JV -
10-John Hall another are
and for which he was severely crit- .
prived of additional help, so much
sent up for life for committingrape. iclsed. We believe he should have'remained Just Look at These
needed, by veto at a critical
power made for the who
Sent up from Putnam coun there his man wants
up among peo-I time we say Ernest Amos has ac- i iiuiuuiiiiimimiiiiiiuiuiiiiiiiiiiiuiiuiiiiil
ty. Pardoned by Governor Calls '
pie and lived down his responslbll- Bargains
complished wonders. Ills administration
July 17th, 1819.11Henry Itles to them rather than come' has been economical, ef- a low-priced tire, but isn't satisfied illllllllllll llllhI'lIlIlIllIlIlIlIlIIl''

Williams, sent up down here seeking high olllce BO
ficient and considerate. A
from Santa Rosa county to life soon and asking that the whole''' with a working knowledge of man all !I 29Axclll.'i Weather' Balloon $11.15 with anything but high- ..

banking system of the state be' state business, honest tried and' IIIGII PRESSURE

placed under his supervision To true, and with it all exemplary I 29x4.75 grade merchandise. Pathfinders

think for a moment that the peo- habits !I Weather Balloon $....50 32x1
Say it with Flowers ple would consider such a thing Is ers are high-grade tires In ev- :>
31x5.00. $17.25
The people should investigatethe SS All Weather

Flowers For All ridiculous. qualifications of those running : All Weather Balloon : the
Another aspirant Is Judge J. D. for $16.95 ery respect. Only 'prices 33x5
office- most carefully before ;
Stewart, state senator and railroad') 30x5.25
I Occasions lawyer from Fernandina. The pledging or giving their support. are low.Special. SS all Weather $31.23:>

, ______ Now l Is no time to experiment in j All Weather Balloon $18.95
tact that he was a member of the !
t. this the most important office
Gertrude Godbey : I last legislature ought to disposeof here In this critical period of the up 31x5.25 ...____ __,--. _____ GOODYEAR PATHFINDERS
,(, him in the minds of the people. state's history All Weather Balloon $19,75

Anderson However, it that \a not enough It Ernest Amos has proven himselfa I 32x6.00 29x4.40 Balloon $ !M530x4.75 .i
I should be remembered that he was TUBES
present and voted down every good citizen ana nn efficient of All Weather Balloon $22.95 Balloon $12.00
Phone at Waldo Fla. fleer He Is sober and of exem-
amendment offered to lighten the!
I plary habits and always onthe ) 33x6.00 31x5.25 Balloon $16.00All
Goodyear Tubes for tire
burden of. the_infamous Conner'sKill Job. Weather Balloon $23.75 every ,
at low prices. All new, test
Keep a good man hut)

t Germ Laden Flies J ;; '"" i ed, heavy tubes. Tell us your HIGH PRESSUREHighPressure
Wednesday ot this week was "

-and V.ep them awey. Do Erandln..ctPew.1 I opening day for fresh water fish I size and we'll tell you the 30x3% CI Cord Patfinder $7.83:>
d.r kills Fits, Ants.,Ranches, BEE BRAND AFowJtr
or Liquid Poultry ing. The new law closed the
t Lie.,Mosquitoes,Flea.*,bed: Buffs,0 I t.J cth.r in- Liquid J* 'for two months to allow season the- 30x3J1 price. 31x.1 SS Pathfinder $13.23:>

... a.ate.Won'tspot orstanU..powd.ron plants 100 81'" 50c fish to and the results will
and pets. Ride ut far FREE lard boos"'! s. It lOa!tu'o 'I.U spawn 32x1 SS Pathfinder $1.U5:
"' d.al.rcan'isupilyv[ ..e will ihlp by p.reel I pl'Jlol JOe (8....,Gun) 35. It',..., be watched with much Interest. I 30x3J/) For Example

i prices named. McCORMICK.*CO.,IMtimon MJ. rt.Q1 .p.. Saw palmetto berries. which grow Cl. Cord over-size $11.95 111111111111"1111111111 aaAaat

A close to salt water are better than 31x4 30x3Y'z Speedway/ $1.75 .

t tt those that grow inland, even a distance -
A Q rJ -1 of four or five miles from SS All Weather $16.25 1ItIIIIIIIIUllllllllllittllllillUlUIIIIIIII11I8iIio

the shore, in the opinion of R. C. _._. .... ._._._._._._ _.... J W _._ _'__. ....... _
,.. _. .. .
: f. Burns of Canavarel, In a letter to ..._"... .... ...

the: Florida Industrial Survey.

:: 0 4 1',1i building Tarpon at Springs Tarpon. Allssandratos and Safford You Can't Buy Mileage Any Cheaper-Why Wait Another Day?

flAA()Ai01d ThIJI 1 avenues being remodeled Into pubic

l market building. _111111 ""IIIIIIIMIIUIIII1'III"IIIIIIUJIII\II""IIII'I.IIIIJtIIIUm"I' \ .. .nmmumnwsluWwlsl'n, ''nanuuw'' '' wlurnumlurraWlWluaxnn.luwmnWmmr.Wnumrrnrnrennnmmmnmm' ' '''' "' '
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(Continued from Page 2S) pany for the construction of this road," Mr. Alt- rock companies and contractors, and that he had the

ee.21 1927, and was signed by the parties and man stated. "Our.commission as brokers was five evidence in his hand to prove it I

Witnessed by one witness. cents per ton. A deliberate attempt to besmirch the character ofa

HOLLIS V. KNIGHT, "The quarry shipped 14 or 15 cars of rock and man opposing him for the same office.

State's Attorney. I when it arrived at the road it was declared not up Such tactics have defeated many candidates for office

did not stop there. to specifications and rejected. All further ship- and it is going to defeat Doyle Carlton.
ments were stopped. The failure of the quarryto Carlton who cannot advance merit of his
stated that after the owners of the rock quarry any own
I :agreed to contribute 5 cents a ton to Hathaway's furnish the proper rock caused the Keystonefirm as a qualification for an office at the hands of the voters -

fund, a shipment of rock that had been re- to sue the company for damages. has nothing left to conduct a campaign on but the

[jipaign be-tore they signed up was accepted and used on "Not one ton of the rock was paid for, nor slinging of mud at Hathaway, who possesses the char-

[road ed and that the road was built with rock from the did the contractor use one ton of it in the construc- acter and ability conspicuous by its absence in Carl-
tion of the road. My firm collected no brokerage ton's makeup.If .
hill quarry.
Associated Press carried the commission as no deal had been made. The state- time were devoted to each charge Carlton has
The following dis- ment of Mr. Marshall and Mr. Hopkins that
any brought against Hathaway, each could be as easily
West Palm Beach under date of
fch May 18th
from commission accruing from the sale of the rock of Carlton's
the and road Carlton proven without foundation and the outpouring -
ling with quarry charged was to to Hathaway's campaign fund and the
funds for was go diseased mind for the sole purpose of advancinghis
ed up with campaign Hathaway: statement by Mr. Marshall that I was Hatha- own candidacy, as the ones on which a check could

Denial that he had participated in any at- way's campaign manager are deliberate fabrica- be readily made.

empt to collect a five cents per ton commission tions invented to cast discredit on Mr. Hathawayand Carlton compared the building of concrete roadsin
William H. Marshall of the Brierhill his campaign." ..
rom owner Florida with other states showing Florida's cost of

athaway campaign fund was made by Ellis Alton ]In this case it might be called lime rock with a mud 568.As
sales manager of Lockhart and Potter, contractors foundation. usual he stopped at the proper place-for Carl-

here. One thing that is sticking in the minds of those who ton.

"Our firm entered into an agreement with the heard Carlton's speech is that he deliberately attempted He did not set Florida's cost of $42,500 agair'.t

rierhill quarries as brokers to deliver 85,000 to leave with them the impression that Hathawaywas $48,500 for Connecticut, $45,000 for North D..-

ons of rock to the Keystone Construction com- guilty of levying campaign contributions from kota and Oregon. $46,000 for Rhode Island,

SAMPLE PRIMARY ELECTION BALLOT Democratic 4 Party $50,000 for New York, $60,000 for Massachusetts -

$65,000 for New Jersey, and other

. Instructions: To vote for any candidate make a cross (X) In the square in the appropriate column according to your choice at the right of his ]In his extravagant charges as to what the
lime. Vote your first choice in the first column] ; vote your second choice in the second column.If .
state is spending on maintaining the highway
there is no second column at the right of a name, vote your first choice only. Do not vote more than one choice for the same candidate.United system, Carlton, had he been imbued with a

I- sense of fairness, could have shifted his "records" -
States Senator.for For Delegates to the National Democratic For Sheriff.
his audience -
> one First Choice. Convention State at Large. Vote for one First Choice.W. to Bradford county and given
Vote for four First Choice. some facts abut maintenance on a road

N W. MARTIN MRS. TOMMIE C. BARFIELDMRS. I MITCH EDWARDSW. with which they are familiar-state road 13.I

IKTRAMMELLPresidential J. EPPERSON But he preferred to lead them to a nice mud

LENA BIRD dy place, like the Everglades, perhaps.So .

Electors Group No. 2 MRS. P. S. BUCHANAN For Representative in the Legislature.Vote Carlton did not refer to his "records"and
for First Choice. for First Choice and
one one one
-- SARAH LANDRUM CAWTHONMRS. : Second Choice.J. give them figures dealing with road 1 13.
\i McCLELLAN; 65c month $235.20
per day $19.50 per per
ERT C. PARKER ALVINA CRAIG year, for maintaining a mile of highway in

MRS. MYRTIE WARREN FELKEL L. FRAZEE Bradford county would not bear out his chargesof

Presidential Electors Group No. 5. MRS. HOWARD GOULDINGMRS. G. W. HAZEN extravagance in the state road department.Mr. .
;for one First Choice. Carlton is city attorney for Tampa.His .
'. DEESE salary is $27.40 a day, $833.33 a month

JULIA KLINE For Superintendent of Public Instruction., $1.0,000 a year.If .
Vote for First Choice. '
MRS. FRED NOONEY one he pines for some of the graft he says is be-

Uovernor. A. J. GRIFFIS ing handed out so liberally by the state road department -

I for Second one First Choice.Choice and one. NELLIE O'HARA H. B. WIGGINSFor for maintaining the highways, let him

-- MRS. DWIGHT R. READ shuck his job his salary of $27.40 a day, and his

I 'LE E. CARLTON,, ,, County Assessor of Taxes. clothes and go to work maintaining road 13
I \ MRS. KATHERINE B.TIPPETTS Vote for First Choice. 65c
!I. CARSON?., one through Bradford county at per day per
For Delegates to National Democratic E. W. HAYESN. mile.
VEY J. CATTS Convention, State at Large. Carlton's favorite is "Who Got The
war cry
Vote for four First Choice.
-- .
'S A. HATHAWAY 1 Money?
-- W. F. ALLEN He sounds his war cry after each recital of
t[IN S. TAYLOR For Tax Collector.
, -- T. J. APPLEYARDJ. Vote for one First Choice.C. where a high bidder was awarded a contract'

Comptroller. for building a road over a lower bidder.
e for one First Choice and one I "Who Got The Money?"

I Second Choice. ___ WARREN ANDERSON W. E. TORODE I Awarding of contracts other than to the low-

IXEST AMOS HENRY CLAY ARMSTRONG est bidder is a sound business practice used in
__ For Member of Board of County Comis-
ORY S. MARTIN KENNETH BALLINGER sioners District No. 5, Brooker. street and road departments of cities, counties
, -- Vote for one First Choice.L. and states.

I 3.STEWART / JOHN S. BEARDJ. R. GAINEY Back of such awards there can always be
i t -- found sound business where one is sufficiently -
a reason
[Commissioner for one First'of Choice.Agriculture.e R. T. OSTEENFor I interested to go to the bottom of the
'iTHAN MAYO Member of County Commissioners,
I REDMOND B. GAUTIERM. District No. 2, Starke (North.) Carlton is not so interested.The .
LL S. SPARKMAN Vote for one First Choice. supreme court of the state has upheldthe
- O. HARRISON state road department in making such
Railroad Commissioner, Group No. 1. FRANK HILBUNE. -I awards.In .
le for one First Choice. Sr. II. M. McRAE Carlton's home city, Tampa, of which city
" Z. JONES .
W. PHILLIPS For Member Board of County Commis- he is an official, there is a street called Nebraska -
JOHN J. KEHOE sioners, District No. 3, Starke (South) avenue, on which bids were asked for pav-
S. WELLS Vote for First Choice.
one !
- BELTON ing.The
. C. C. CROSBY low bid was $69,000. ,
Railroad Commissioner, Group No. 2.', :. BRYAN MACK 1===
I'e ; The contract let at
for one First choice and one J. L. UNDERHILL was to a paving company
Second Choice. PAT MURPHYS. _I-1 $86,000. .
ANK -- F"(iir Constable District No. 2 Before the street paving was completed it*
KAY ANDERSON C. PEACOCK Vote for one First Choice and one
-- Second Choice. cost the city $123,000. 1 -
\IES O. CASSIDY EPPES TUCKER -- Hathaway has not asked Carlton "Who Got


l RL -- ALBEBT JENNINGS -- This happened in a city in which Carlton is- "
HARGRAVES EDGAR W. WAYBRIGHT official Carlton the who
-- -- an man says he. can'
JACOB JOHNS take a Coca Cola bottle and two horse hairs'and'

'. For Delegates, Second to National Congressional Democratic District Convention J. A. MORGAN beat the state road department engineers in

',. '. Vote for two.First Choice.A. -- making up estimates of matter to be excavatedin

il" ', iV.I,.',,,_ ,..' ...> the Everglades I .*
h..XH .,'", Perhaps Carlton can do better in the rough,//J

E. E. CARROLL country of the Everglades with his bottle'and \
."""'"1o',1".. ." ."', .. -
.,.,."'"1I.. .: ; "." .. !'> ., ,
,."",c',. ". ''. '..' ,, '',''. FRED P. CONE horse hairs than he could on a city street pro .
.. ....'1"," :,": ..:. ject. '
: '
.;::. JOE B. DAVIS .Because the Everglades are said to contain a

.''.;,".....t'..,." ELI FUTCH -- '. great deal of mud. ,
I And Carlton is thoroughly familiar with all.
.. .
;: :
., ,1
forms of mud.I.f. .
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1'AOH TWKLVK -' __ __. ____ __._. .__ .__ _u______ ____ ______ _n___ ._ __._ -,. : __ -:s,

I::' Bradford struction and have heard campaign orators compare it with '-III 00)-..... OJ _Ir".1 :..:=:- ':._::_;;;.:.::.: _._7-;:;: _._u_ ,_ --'___,_.
County ordinary road building will doubtless be surprised to know

l t Established 1877 that for a stretch of 90 miles it was necessary first to remove

'/ -' -- ,-.- .-- -- the muck from the line of the road and then to excavate rockto

Published Weekly on I Fridays' and Entered; as Second Class refill this cut and build the surface to a point above high HONORABLE

Matter at the Post Office at Starke: Florida water mark. r

.:' E. Matthews .___________________..:Owner and Publisher When it is remembered that the muck in the Everglades -',"e ., 1 ,. '. .. ''I ,:iI, J r r
i "
varies greatly in depth it does not seem strange that ,
{- J. C. Robinson _. .______ _______ Managing Editor very .
engineers could not accurately estimate the number of yards
. .
---- ---
I; I that must be removed in that 90-miJe stretch without making

SUBSCRIPTION RATE soundings for every foot of the way, a process that would
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 7 Payable in Advancer E. W. Waybright
have involved a tremendous unnecessary expense, to say
Advertising Rates on Application.The .
\ --. ing of the waste of time. The engineers adopted the more
'good are supposed to die young-In Chicago. rational and practical plan of making an estimate as a basis

"' .. O- for the contractors to bid on and the contract was let on a .

.,.,' ,.That 70-year-old man who has never seen a circus missed yardage basis, with' a provision that the contractor should be

,i; the best part of his life. paid for the actual number of yards of muck and rock re Duval County's Fighting Senator
/I -o-

,l'The people of Florida are riding every day over the best moved.All road building contracts are let in this way, the differ- r

answer to Hathaway's critics. ewe between building a road in Bradford county and one

"And he wonders why she said No !1" Most of the wonder much closer estimate where he has soil to deal with than Will Speak

is caused when she says Yes! where he must deal with muck and rock of varying depths,

ot' for a distance of 90 miles.FROM .

The Dahlonega (Ga.) Nugget says the farmers there are

t bailing the water out of their fields so they can plow.
*, .

,"L"' Some of the window-cards o-being put out by politicians I,I 1 OTHER PENS .11.11All at the Court House

a: have headings that could be taken for the prayer of old maids.South .

t Florida sheriff given 0 13 months and $500, headline. the other candidates concede; I'll manage to show you without. I

:'<<" 'What a chance to have told the judge he could keep the thirteen that Catta will carry Raiford solid, any blame.
:' because Inmates there It la said, Two date trees are growing just
months. have proved, money talks.-Pal- inside the gate '
p", 0 1 metto News. And a bobolink waiting to tell you

;i' c. b. t. of the Eustis Lake Region is peeved because his ---o-- your fate.A : STARKEnight
Even the Gainesville scribes willow tree near with branches
wife made a Devils Food cake for his birthday. Your missus seem to prefer blondes.-Bradford that sway

r; nows you, Carl. County Telegraph. Only one typewe With each little breeze on a warm
, like better. That Is a red head. summer day.
We married one.-Gainesville eve- On the grass in its shade sits a
a\: Kissimmee Gazette is'of the opinion that the three best ning News. maiden so sweet. .

if1 friends the poor man and the farmer have are George Washington --' -0- You will see lady slippers If you
I Sears & Roebuck and Tin Lizzie. They're entertaining at van- look at her feet. Monday
{ I' ishing; luncheons in Jacksonvillenow. And sunflowers grow each side of ,
0 The holder of the lunch van- the walk
It's a peculiar co-incidence thatt he second letter in ishing first is declared the winner. They bow and they nod 'til you'd

the names of all the five candidates for governor is "a"-Carlton Starke Telegraph. Perhaps the think they'can talk.
reporters who "cover" the lun- The prince's feather is fit forking a
Hathaway, Catts, Taylor and Carson.-Palmetto News cheons are barred from competition. '

And after the primary they will still have the "a"-with .-Miami Beach Sun. So gayly It waves in the bright May 28th \fat 8 P. M."IIJI"'IIIII''II""II"II""UII'III'III"IIIIIOIIIIIII""IIIII'

. Hathaway Al.Wanted --0 days of spring. .
I A dance took place in the Athletic The johnnie-jump-ups have a bed
0I building last Saturday; night, of their own '
I : Some flashlight pictures of costumes worn during which continued until twelve. Then And do not believe in living alone.
the next fire after eleven p. m.-Bradford County Tele- Home of them took a moonlightride worn on YLIinYIA
until 4 a. m. We regret very your coat
graph. How would a few pictures we brought back from much that our once black mus- Will help you avoid the matrlmonal nIIIIIlAl111eIIIIIIIIIIIIIIWAIIWWINUlAl1mIWIWIIWIIIWWIIAAL NYIIAIIIIIm1YIIIIIIIIUIIWIIIWmIIWIIggmLINIAIImrnIIAIIIIIII" LI1nIN.IInIINIa ..

Paris do-Gainesville Evening News. Did you fight fires in tache changed Its color before the boat.

Paris, too? new style of dancing was Introduced Sweet William Is here growing
and adopted.-Dablonega (Ga.) stately and tall-
o Nugget. He Is brave all the summer but in LAKE BUTLER

; If what Jim Carson is now telling on the chairman of the goes down in the fall.

road department is true, it is time for the states attorney to One of the trials of being a The marigold bacons but I beg for
newspaperman and writing every your sake
act.-Sanford Herald. If it was true the state would act. day is that you often do not know Take not this advice lest it leavea
Trus facts, and not campaign lies, are what state's attorney's whom you have offended or whyor heartache I Monday, May 28th at 11 A. M
demand. how. To pass an hitherto amiable And heart ease ''a plenty is needed tt'
I' I acquaintance on the street and these days;'
0 have him either nod curtly or cut Since maidens Adopted their flap-
So far Dr. Hathaway hasn't been accused of being responsible you dead; 'when you have not the perish 'w ys. lllmiUHIIUimillNllUHII1IUIllllilllINHIU! | ] NINIIIIA4111111NINIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIWIIIIIAIIrnIIIIIIWIIIIIII IIIIIAIIIIAIII.IIIIIIIIIIAWIIla<111AAINYaIININNIIImWIIIIlA1NIIIINIIIW111111111111161IlYIlY' 9AIN11NWIIW
for least idea of what has offended And four o'clocks blooming around
, Hillsborough county's registration books being nimiiminiyiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMia
him and have never had an Intent everywhereSay )lIlIlIlIllIIllIlIlIIlIlIIlIlIIlIlIlIlIlIIlIIIlIIllIIlIIIII llmimlmuolNnullnomnmlmloommmNUOm6lmommiAOlmumllnllnontmunn/ /
I' ,.padded with some 2800 fictitious names. They'll need more to offend him-Is one of the bitter "Keep up 'your courage and

, 'than that number of "dead" ones to beat Hathaway in Carl- prices a chronic journalist pays. never despair."
.:, ,ton's county. The notion that a newspaper's attitude And in a far corner when 'tis just
/r i. on public matters Is dictated getting dark:
i I' 0 by personal likings or personal Alights an old owl; he's a nativeof
f' 'i 1. About all that some of the candidates for governor have grudges, seems hard to erase.- i Starke; Why Funs Hathaway

I t'', to commend'' them is their ability to "sling mud," and since Jacksonville-Journal.0- I His wisdom couples he in shares love with young I

they+ seem to like this pastime suppose we leave them to en- A Flapper's" Garden. So heed the old owl and beware

joy themselves with their mud pies for the next four years. Not all the wonders are located of the dove. I
What we want is who afar. So now we'll 'sTlp'out just as quietas
a man will sling rock on road 28 and
Some are quite near If you know mice.
on the State Farm road. Vote for Fons A. Hathaway for I where they are. To be prowling around Is not very i
governor,; He will see that the job is finished. There's a garden just outside of nice. be Elected Governor

o Starke, Mr. Jaybird nearby is saying farewell -
A fine little town with to
spaces e
The Miami Beach Sun carries weekly an editorial page park. Now remember your promise that ,. .

that sparkles like dew upon a honeysuckle vine.--Jacksonville If you faithfully promise not to you'll never tell.
Times-Union. Such mention my name -Mrs. L. R. C., Starke .
praise sweeter music than the melodies ...

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Okeechobee City-111 car loads STOTICH OP SAI.R OF 10.000.00 SIX
our face is forced into a blush that is rivaled only by a Brad Okeechobee county products ship- PKIICK'VT CITY OF STAIIKB IllIUUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIKIllIl/ .11146111AlIIIIIIIIIIIIINImIIIIUIILIII11mIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII, "NiiiiuiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiumiiiiuiiiiiihiiiiiiNiiiiniiiiiimi iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiNiiiiiia' I J

ford county strawberry.-Miami Beach Sun. A blush to rivala ped from county in recent 8 days BONDS

Bradford county strawberry can only be found in Miami-Plans making for establishment -
a drug of rabbit Industry Hereby notice IB Riven that the
: store. City Council of the city of Starke '
, here. Bradford county Florida will receive Come and Hear Senator
Leesburg Work sealed bids for the purchaseof
o nears comple- IIO.OOOno of City of Starka Bond
We enjoyed meeting J. C. Robinson of the tion on new high school building up to and Including the 26th day
Bradford of l ,
under construction here. June A.I| H. 192 Said' City Rondeare
County Telegraph in Starke the other to be dated the First day of
,> day. Isn't it funny Fort Pierce--Survey completed January or July of the year Issue .lImIOIIKIIIIHlIIlI1IlIIllInnl/lllllmllllllllllllllJlllll1+/ lallmxnsrnrn immmnrnlmn
' how folks don't look at all like of and are to aerial bonds of |l000 ,- IIIHIIIIIIIIUIIlIlIlIlIllIIlIlIlIlIlIllIlIlIlIOIII'"IIIIII' tlll1ft!
you imagine them? We thought proposed relocation of east end .00 denomination each and are to
"'.'' Air. Robinson would be a short dark handsome of state road No. 8 between here bear Interest at the rate of Six per
man, and cent per annum payable vemlannually gtumuwauuuuulwluuurnlummnlAUUnomuuntlNmauuu6wamuurvmrnnmum uulllAAUNUUINIItilululluommnnwumnulmuumuusuauwiuuuagualrnl
and Okeechobee. llClllliniUlK
.t-'lie's: tall, almost red-headed and has on the First day of Januaryand
in his ,
a pipe mouth most Aucilla-$37,850 contract let July of each year with Interest
of the time. Anyway, we are glad that we know him, even 'construction of new school buildIng coupon.interest attached.of said City The bonds principal aro payable and

i"::if he: did disappoint us.-Dunnellon Truth. You can depend here. In New at the York Hanover City. National Hank 'I
monstown IIS,500 contract Th. amount of bonds offered for Clip Catt's Claw
a woman discovering
upon more'aoout ;
oof a man in ten minutest 1 awarded to erect new brick school; ale Is 110.000.00 and the principal
of said City Honda shall he due and .:
that he would realize in lifetime. building at
a Cypress Creek. .
? I"*" __ Sebastian-Good progress; being ,v.payable'"_..u. .._.__In."_"A"V series..._'."". from.Iit. ... one.._'.v_to......n Tenof _,_v-_ / '".
-- one tenth of said sum each yoar : ,
>L made {
on construction of new high Bids will be 2 00o'clock 0'I
FLORIDA ROAD BUILDING accepted up' : ;
PROGRAM ATTRACTING school building here.JacksonvUleNew. p. m. on June htoI !) ,. "
NATION All bidders are required to (depositwith \ I .,,' :,. ., ]
city garage C. A. Futch. ai Clerk of said '. .' '
b' and machine shop to be constructed City Council at Stark., Florida a ':, .J andSi&ait .y" T<.... \
i .
certified 5 .:
check to cent '
While Fons A. Hathaway, chairman of the state road department at corner of Missouri and Broad equal per .
of the amount-of bid. Said check to '.1 ., .'fff.-i., if.'f" :;\
Is street. he payable to the City: :! Council of -,. I r, ,-""' ..
being criticised rival '", .
by candidates for the gov- I the City of Starke Bradford county. ; .

'* erriorship', some of the things he has done as the head of our taken Jacksonville toward--increasing Preliminary! capacity steps Florida.All .bidder* shall specify the ':W"tt. -". :) '.1' \ ",

read-department are attracting nation-wide attention. In a of 7 Duval county schools.St. time amount within of bond.which bid the for bidder and will the 1.5t 'I.

\ :revi \\v'"of outstanding feats of road construction the Newt Petersburg-Construction! ol comply with the'terms thereof after .
notice la given bv the Raid Clerk of
longest and
York Herald-Tribune recently had this to say of the TamiamiJr bridge in world highest which wll sea lextend level made.aid council that delivery oan, b*. ; Doyle Carlton

p-, across the southern part of Florida: from here to PIney Point over The certified check above referredto :
I I. to be deposited as a guaranteeof i \
r ? Completion of a modern motor highway across the Tampa Bay to begin soon. full compliance with the bid sub ...._
: mitted and 1 In. the. 'event of the acceptance I The
-J Everglades of Florida is the achievement of fifteen NOTICHJ Iron PURLIC.\.TIOV: of such bid and the failure j Tampa Mudslinger
on the part of< the bidder to
ytgears.. Begun in 1913, the project had to be abandoned Serial No. 018089 comply with the terms thereof same
shall be considered
zi durlngMthe' 'and when later it Department of the Interior. U. S. daman and be retained as by liquidated the said
? was resumed, enor- JAn<< ,Sfflc, .. at Gainesville. Florida, City Council.Said .
; inous difficulties to be met and conquered. A treacherous May NOTICH 1928.la; hereby given that bond are Issued under Chap- rmnnsmnAnmmnmAnnemlLmmsAaAmisnmmmlmnmmrnntmnumnnlmAlmumuon' mmnmlrnrnmmnnlpmlmmmmlmllNUlmmmumunamlmnmlmnlmlmmmlmmmmumm! / "' """, ,, mNSN!!Ntml.mlentllAlASmIIImA6s.mmnmmmmmmnmsm
Richard ter 9298 of the general laws of the
" black muck, formed by the immemorial decay of t'IClrlda. who IRoy on Wright lUa 25. 1923.of Starke made 1991 Acts of the Florida Legislature' nm11lll1l'lOll11lO1mnlllll
and to be Issued for the purpose of mlmnmlurnlmmummAemmrvlnnrnmnlmnmfnumrmmmm' o'Na'
tomeitead Cntry.; No. nmwmlmmmmmmmismN! '
. subtropical. f Egetptiop. ; was incapable of supporting the Southeast quarter of 01.gurhe: for financing and the Improving grading: the hardaurfaeInir certain-

j I burd Io. ( Ute road.a nd,/'for a distance of almost ninety luarter lanfre ,23 Sertlon Bant 1 Tallahassee. Townehlp t Merld-South/ street. In the City of Starke Brad-

'' miles; along! *the right"of.way( had to be excavated to bed lan make has Three-year filed notice Proof of Intention to establish to Ford The county said City: Florida.Council reserve .the
claim to the right to reject any and all bids.By
' : rock the cutback-filled'from' the quarry of a parallel canal 1 before> Register land of above United described.State order of the CUT Council of )Ladies
Land Office, at Gainesville. Florida, the Pity of Starke Bradford county, are Cprdially Invitedr
and the embankment paved. The road from Miami on the

{ r...:of 'the Atlantic:TaMpa on the gulf cost $14,000,000. It Claimant Will Star\names Starke.as Florida.witnesses Chairman of C.City F. Council HOOVER.of City
Henry Or\m.J of .
stark"i Florida. of Starke.
was opened last -week.ThoscswhOjhavfl Joe Grime, of orlda.
Eugene Grime. of A.FUTCH "
Starke Florida. C. w811YI
': _:no firsthand knowledge of this con- OEOROH C. CKOM Clerk of the City Council of the City
..l ::( : -lJ.5t-J.2a.. Register. of Stark.. A-2S-5t-6-2) NdgNe-..-..-...- "'-,_..."'''-, ........._ '... _.'...._""' ..... .
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