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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 1, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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DARLINGTON Waybright Re- i Hathaway Wins The Race

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d/ e're.r' arrl : court, spent Saturday afternoon In I '-.....,.-- --.
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., tn., Starke arranging for the meeting Dutnl Senator! 'Ainpitr Ilutlut- 1.XJ..i. ____ ;'_ i
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rep. r'r'ter i which time Senator Waybright \\a3'e lUt'ord fnrllon's. or
... .' rw. of Jacksonville, addrressed; the "iniiwiiicnMiMhodit. | I -
p' audience In defense of Dr. Hathaway : "

tIt are. from attacks made upon him I
111111yr A .. S aM by Mr. Carlton ot Tampa. Judge Senator Edgar \Waybrlght,,, Ii
UIII' n a. Darlington! has been In Starke several of Jacksonville, addressed a gathering ; i
u/ ;S u Wq i times and 'Is well known and at the courthouse Monday

few S ',>>" liked by our citizens. lIe has astatewide evening; In the interests ot I<'onftA.
rIIet a ,.,y,';> aY acquaintance as well Hathaway for governor. Intro-

a ..'<.. "r"Ufi. a IwrM lard due to his work In welfare and duced by Judge: A. Z. Adklns the II ss csSSs&S*

.IIN"' .<.. Irreaec American: Legion circles. Ha said: Duval county senator dIJ' not
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F-; y ,,,d Irr.eel I "I have about completed a tour mince words in his expose of the
I j Isreausw of virtually every county In the campaign methods being used by\
... "*' e state and find the race between Doyle E. Carlton to advance Ma\
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.14 .: : N1* I Si'Jney J. Catts and Fons A. election to the highest pout at the I
U.' or t: rrw Hathaway, with the latter in the command of the people ot the
noel rips a .. "/N: : nrr/a lead. I am convinced Doyle Carl- state.: The people! of the state, he

.n.. .; y1 urwIn. ton will be fourth when the polls stated, were to decide on June 5th
..+... l' I n Iefr1MtlIw I have closed at the primary. This whether they preferred a man
.' :., Se9lafr Q, tNltaf latter fact Is due to the mudslingIng -, with seventeen years of successful I
....... ; ; ,' proclivities of the Tampa can public service behind him to the
n..III.1 .''n:;:;: twxera. didate. 'I candidate who openly advocatesrace

refaea'. t :'< ..: ;;;:\\0,:. ,. I "Ed Waybrlght, as he Is more I track gambling or another I ,
afar .'t t. rr rai I familiarly known is one of the candidate whose record of public "- ,

:' : :: ; y' state's most brilliant orators," declared service is neither a credit to bin I .,:
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: ; ? I Judge Darlington. The home city of Tampa or the state. II ;

,,,', 'to.. j'r '.,:. '... .c",..,.,,...'. r1101waweaN zwxawwp I senator has taken the stump for With the race clearly between I "
r .* '. "<'<.'." ,<.'"Y ;. t.wra.w Dr. Hathaway in an effort to help Hathaway and Sidney J, Catts, ',itI\
"' 'x CLyt :: eeeltrslrrrM rrrrMr acquaint' the people ot the state Waybrlght contended that If the I
'".,: f "a rrastrraraalalPeiwr I with Dr.. Hathaway's record of achievement people of Florida desire that their

and road building be continued
'f as a road builder ; program I
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>."W'. >> ,. isarr.r.rrr"a, an educator, pointing to his exe- and their common school system : ,\\1 I1
(: w + t.srrarww.l cutive abllltyand experience which be brought to I the plane whore .. AAA ,
.1 :;:;;, rrrrr.r.. he believes will make him the best It should be, they should elect .I ,':
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? N :f.i.4, : rwrrrrra wrr.rr. equipped man for the chief execu- Hathaway because of his experience

,,T+ : W'"' f1 .rrrM4S I tive's chair at Tallahassee for the and qualifications In both .
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,::1t:: next four years. fields of endeavor. I

.. ,." ..,,.:.I1""" ,i s.-iic'.. I "Senator Waybrlght was a former These two problems, he emphasized n. ,. ... r -.
'*: #'. ,iA schoolmate ot Doyle E. Carlton : are the moHt vital ones ?
'.t 4/if"S #! ,'fahi" \ and In 1916 he supported( Sidney : before the state and their solution m
'. ; '.... ;i ,;.' J, Catts for governor. A few days with the ht'lpot a man of ; #& ss&&&*& ;

'& ... '''1/;;, ,': ) .Y.. << ago the senator made the state- Hathaway's! achievements will S 74y
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.', : ) "t< ';:$ ment that Catts was traveling too mean more to Florida's substantial
'f, ..i '' .> <- : fast for him and as a society development than any other "i
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". .. climber had gotten clear away thing.
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'',\, < iJm .,4I : ,.' from him In his alignment; with Hathaway's record as an educator ; ,_.- S
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.", :":<<'':' l'ijjr > :;'- <" gambling and unlawful Interests of and his record as a road builder ----- -and--- handles to '
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: i.* .w MacKenzie 1
; >! dZ: (i ;{ "' ",;;"t' the state. were reviewed by the senator show that they were not only.. utterly Plans CompleteFor
% ,, defend Dr. and contrast. that of former
y 'Y ? !> -"-< :> "The senator will : to false but silly
J ;t i ., -; ,.i ')J.'i J.\\ Hathaway from the attacks being governor Catts whom he said lias lie explained the practice\\ of Accepts Carl-
"'. ;: "f :=;,--1<'" The made business ot for Big PicnicThe
: made against him by Carlton. a running awarding contracts to other than
senator also declares that Carlton governor.In low bidders; : showing" that under ton Challenge
"nnFONSA. Is devoting all of his speeches to defense of Hathaway's rec- the administration of Judge Phillips :
HATHAWAYCANDIDATE an attack on Hathaway, notwithstanding ord and his Integrity from the who preceded Hathaway as committee In charge of ',.
; the race Is between Calls attacks of opponents, Senator chairman ot the road ,department feeding the large; crowd expected Jacksonville. May ;HI .Iioyle E.
FOR GOVERNOR and Hathaway." Waybright devoted much time to not always the low bidder got the In Stnrke today In the lust speaking Carlton candidate for .governor
an analysts of the so-called charges work. ; date for county and state candidates from Tampa will have an oppor..
of "waste, extravagance and un- announce that their plans' tuulty to exercise his powers or de.
STUDY ot the
SnU"vXn': also told construction
For GovernorHIS OK ritll'IM.KD 'IIII.Ult.NTO : healthful conditions" in the state Waybrlght of roads and viaducts are complete.\ Speaking: will start bate If he accepts a challenge issued -

UK :MAUK: IN COUNTY road department He showed that the handling of road department promptly ut 9:30: according I to the at Nnnford in a letter to Carl-
criticisms of Hathaway and the criticizedby program, and county candidateswill \ Wednesday by Dr. W. A. Mac-
PLATFORMAs road department were either half funds and other things; have the first chance at the Kenzle.:
Tuesday evening at 8 p. m. at the opposition to reveal the '
truths or deliberately false statements voters. It Is planned to limit Dr. !MacICenzia'a challenge to
Constance Rabin belli 111 such ('hargeR."Hathaway" .
the courthouse Miss made for no other reason motives I t the time for each candidate to Carlton follows the tatter's chal.
of theChild's the senator asserted -
efficient National: Rpresentatlve than to attempt to destroy'Hatha where the majority of county candidates lenge that Dr. Hathaway share the
of Florida ,
the as for
Governor, I pledge people Welfare Division and as- ( "Is making the race governor -
way's character and honesty. will finish before the.hourset platform with him at the scheduled -
structive Administration insofar as the administrative slimed to the Florida departmentwith "There Is no double standardof on his record ot accomplishment and- for dinner.Speakers meeting of the Chairman ot
headquarters at West Palm honesty," Waybrlght and not upon the faults for slate offices will the State Kon I Depui u.icut at
will admit
Hers conferred on the office by the constitution Beach, spoke In the interest of the "Any man who will failures of hilt opponents. And follow during the afternoon Immediately Tampa Thursday upon (the condition

I insofar as my policies shall have the support and en survey and stujy of cripples In honest campaign doeared.l he does not unless desire to think be your his after the last of the comity that Senator! J1tlKllrv.. Way.
lirudford county, this applying to carry those same methods governor you candidates have finished It Is' bright and W. A. Mackenzie be
of the through the legislative branch.rida's the those record of service merits his elec-
iragement people the old aa well as young fice." I known that both Carlton and present

, growth is rapid and our government must progress I having flare and those without Hathaway as superintendent of tion." Hathaway will have speakers hereto In his challenge; to mnot Carlton
that care. This organization and( work public Instruction In Duval coun As to Catts, Waybrlght declared rl'prf'senf their cause, but up nt any placn! outside of Tampa that,
respondingly Recognizing this, I assure the people being sponsored by the American ty under appointment of flov- that "Uncle! Sid's" advocacyof Wednesday names of the speakers he may choose to designate Dr.

shall meet the problems as they now exist and as they shal Legion. ernor Park Trammell now United race track gambling was a !: had not been announced. MacKenzie: requested that Carlton
Miss Rabin gave as an \Illustration serious thing to think about. "A and
States senator, handled $17,009 Plenty of barbecued meat Headquarter* give "thin. letter the
'elop with fairness and open-mindedness commensurateth the effects ot a tubercular 000 of the Duval county people'smoney state was never built on vice and chicken pilau has been promised name publicity you have !given the

| the best interest of the whole state-to the end that we spine, and stated that In most and built up one of the crime an'J' when the time comes the visitors to Starke that day tile half truths concerning the State
cases the local doctor would do finest school systems in the south, when we must levy a tax on such !committee reporting having been toad[ \ Department" and among other
all have an administration of achievement as economical all in,his power to check this disease the senator) told. things to educate! our boys and unusually successful In raining subjects which' be 'ttygultedthnt

is consistent with and the natural development of but It was impossible for him "If Hathaway had not been girls, then it Is time to close the fiinln: and securing donations of they debute were what la
progress to do all that in necessary in a honest he would not have been state capitol at Tallahassee and livestock meant by "halt truths."
state. ease of this kind as the patient broke when he left that work." say that we are Incompetent to Dr. MacKenzle's challenge fol
should be placed in a hospital run a state government," the sen- lows
are: said Waybright. :
Among those considerations of prime importance, and treat- FOUI> HTOI.KV::
where special attention Waybrlght: told of Hathaway's ator said. "I wired you today acceptance
Continuation of Florida's road building program as map- ment la given these diseases appointment to the state road: department During the four years Catts was of your challenge to meet yoq In

be carried on without Dr. J. E. Corpening was appointed by Governor Martin a governor Waybrlght said, the A Ford touring" car belonging debate. This without consultation
(1 out by the legislature, which can by Miss Rabin to look after little more than two and a half taxes were higher than they have to the county engineering force, I with or consent by Dr. Hath

ditional taxation; the survey In this county and years ago and the election of ever been. was stolen from Its parking; spare away
school and suit-- those requesting any Information Hathaway by the members of the "Carlton boasts of being a near the Haptut church Sunday "The ethics of duelling or debate
The improvement of our public system about this work may see Mr. Cor department as chairman. member ot the senate road com- night and It Is still on the missIng prevent the challenger: ; from naming

lie support for our institutions of higher learning; pening at his drug store. The aim During this time the state has mittee during this time so let's list. Although; the cur was place, weapons, date, or conditions I
and munici- of this organization Is to And every built between 1.200 and 1.300 give; them both credit for the locked, the thief evidently had a of combat. Consult nutli- .
Adequate provision for the district, county cripple In the state, the meth- miles of paved roads and there roads that were built," said the master key or changed; the Ignition orltles upon such procedure it

jl I taxes through the exercise of the veto power in thosees I od of procedure calling upon the are flow under construction and senator. wires during the time County Engineer certainly would hardly be fair to
refer- different organizations in the local nearing completion 78B miles of In those four years Waybright Edwards was In the (church name Tampa. as the place where
where the people are not given an opportunity by communities and by visiting in the paved roads. And In all the time went on, there were built only It carried an X tag No. 1815. On the meeting could be so easily

i'lum' to their willingness to assume additional burn homes. preceding there were built only 75.4 miles of paved roods and only Saturday night one of the trucks packed by your cohorts or hock
express the 740 miles of roads. It does not 08 miles of road grades. belonging; to the state road de- era.
while state taxes must be kept as low as possible STARKirS TEI-KPIIONE KFFICIHNCY take much of a mathematician to When Catts was governor, be partment was "borrowed" by some "As challenges I enthusiastically -

ite millage in comparison with that levied for local pur- figure: that under the regime ot said, the schools In Levy county unknown party, who later returned accept and assure you that I
amounts Hathaway the state built almost I operated only six weeks In the it with a burned-out bearing need neither Mr. Waybrlght.; Dr.

es is very small ; for instance, in some counties it Starke was-one of the three three times as many roads. as: were" I:. rear and those in other counties ------ --- -_.- Hathaway to aid, abet or succor

50 mills as against 7 1-2 for state purposes.) places In Florida to receive a rat- built in all the years before, operated for only slightly longer me.
the In the handling By comparing the cost of roadsin Many schools operate tar l'oJ.ITIO.LIEI'TISf.: : : .", IIKM* I Please !give this letter the same
eliminate of 100 percent periods.
Modification of our game and fish laws to Ing distance calls a report received Florida and West Virginia; too short a time now he stated. 'I publicity which you have given to
of long 'I
;
antic features and render same more workable and accept- by H. A. Bishop manager which was cited by the opposition, Hathaway.Vaybrlght continued Three political gatherings; have halt truths concerning! the State
that Florida'sroads during the toad l Department and arrange; the
Waybrlght showed oftha been held in the county
Company
the Telephone of the framers
Ie to the people in the light of actual experience under of showed the Starke last week. Pal atka and have not only been built I ,bill wail to one enable the state to appropriate pant week the first ut Hampton! 'omlmt as nearly along the follow

telephone excanges cheaper but they have attracted for common : last Thursday night, at llronker InK lines as you flnJ possible.
(sent laws Augustine
; St. : lie referred money Wednesday DATE! Any time after Friday'
efficient International attention. Friday night; and at Lawtey --
100 percent schools now get
from fire of the Ev- were also! rated of "master of u"'hools. These week. These night. Prior to that time I have
The drainage of and the protection in the handling ot such calls. to the title cent of the gasoline tax. One night of this
the area nece- the the art and science of hIghway'construction' one back meetings at which candidates for speaking engagements which I
through based partly on tax goes
Is
'lades and the providing of roads This rating conferred upon rent of the gasoline offices spoke, were attended I cannot conveniently cancel unless
shown by cents county
b to the development of this vast empire, the reclamation dispatch the local exchange and efficiency In securing par- I Hathaway by Dr. Albert Shaw, I to the to counties the state while road three department by large crowds, who listened you wish. to meet me In Ocala
the the Review of Reviews, goes: to the claims set forth .'Thursday night.
burden on distance editor of attentively
unbearable long roads.
be called for over ot
I the building
ties
effected an for
without imposing Palm
for : magazine of national standing.( by the candidates. The four candidates PLACE--Miami. West
required a departmentdoes
payers in the area and without the levying of a tax on and satisfactory the space connections of time to be "Before the gubernatorial campaign "The not receive state road a cent; of the real In the race to represent I. Reach, Pensacola Orlando, Ocala,

opened" said Waybrlgbt, tax," he Bradford county In the legislaturealso Gainesville or any neutral place
e people of the whole state. made. "the Tampa papers were commending and personal property been taken away attended these meetings and Including the DeSoto county road
Fair and attitude toward labor and capital Hathaway and the road 'aid. "This has told the audiences... what they expected that never was, the Masrotte over
impartial Florida depends U. D. C. PICNIC department for their work, but from the department.WaybrIght, the to accomplish for the good pass which you have so erroneously -
th development of In 1929 said
full the Tamtam
realization that the now they can find nothing good will have beforeIt of the county. discussed
both The local! U. D. C. cbapter will about either." He produced editorials state legislature school Trail which, you mistakenly spokeof
; hold Its annual picnic next Wednesday to support his statement. the report of the public as having been moved by Dr.
the constructive legislative June 6th, at the Weeks ot nrvey now being made In Flor- original 1919
Sympathetic attention to At. to the alleged waste faced with the HTAUKK TKNNI.S CLUB Hathaway from Its
01 landing Klng.lerl.ke. CommitteeIn of the ida and will be location, the Laasburg-Tavares
'osrrams sponsored by the many women's organizations charge of arrangements for din- money equipment in divisionof the operation the road problem of putting effect the In order recommendations toImprnve'the On Tuesday evening at 8:30: highway, about which you seem to ";

e state. ner are Mesdames O. L. Beasley department at Gainesville and the Into o'clock June 12th, there will be a be so entirely In error, or the Or-
dairyingI L. A. Davis and E. L Biggs. All of graft, Waybrlghtproceeded school system. the Baptist lando-Sanford road about which
Promotion live stock, poultry, invited. Insinuations "Who Is best qualified to assist surprise meeting at
of agriculture cordially
chapter members to show that underHathaway's and all members of the you have evidenced such deplor-
asked.
I --- department In this task! ? he parsonage lack of knowle:1Ke.WEAPON8PICk .
the road able
cooperativemarketing regime to be present
: ANGUS KILL In conclusion the senator said: Club are requested
Law Governor subscribes to the f01- has been operated more i "The election of a. governor Is anl all those not members as yet handles, parts
enforcement. } secondhand
Every be from the differential or a
to will please
economically.The join
It doesn but wishing
Hall. 80 of age, a business proposition. of the
years
i: tbe rapier
Angus used Carlton as Ford or
wing by
oath when he office: figures be the color present.
assumes section what may
ot the Hampton : t matter of Us poison of
that I will support resident to the cost of repairing automobiles he Is a good The club promisee; to be one of tongue cleansed
whether
"I do solemnly swear (or affirm) died suddenly at his home Tues- Waybrlgbt said, were correct of his hair, successful clubs of the slander. We can bar mud balls,
the most
he Is an ora-
Protect and defend the constitution and government of day night.Wednesday Funeral afternoon services fallowed were but they represented what II, '''r"Mrial'. The question or whether Is: 'Can he get state having such player. as Nat even though this Your may experience seem a handicap In-
I hold would have been had the Klckllter Jr., and to you.
F.
' that am the cost Sternberg, J. ,
the United States and of the State of Florida; by Interment in Santa Fe cemetery work been done at a private ga i rn.lts'or" Dr. Diggs, etc. their use would make any amaterlsh -

the constitution of the The figures of the actual Ills that the Club will attempts upon my part to
under expected
duly qualified to hold office rage." Mabel and Pearl Reddish
'lIl1ftll futile.SUBJECT .
the duties Joe cost ha said were not given by have lights on the court within burl them
and two week-end up
sons
state faithfully perform Jas. Lambe !of Jacksonville were MATTER (a) Discussion
and
and that well
will enable themto
motored to Palm Beach I Carlton. Mr. and the next week so as to
to enter. So and Victor, the sale rn "tfl of their parents of historical attempts at
about took
of (Governor) on which am now Sunday returning !Monday. The senator up Mr I. J. Reddlih.; They were ac- play at night.wish Any to challenge opposing character assassination running

elp tie God." service bond for intelligent ">mnanled back to the city byThelma tennis club who send their rapidly from Pharlseelcal appel
as
my asked to
of continuous public I visit there this club are
*t "' seven years Seals who will (Continued on Page 8.)
S. I as Governor. sometime. ) challenge to Mrs Raymond. ,
and constructive performance ,for
'f 1 twenty- r
I offtr the people of Florida the record of my

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t, BRADFORD COUNTY TEI GU\PII. STAUKE. FLOIUPAJournal's _--- .-.-- ""_'n".' on ___n'_"l nIl\\'. .11 '\' .
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-- -- -- which preceded chairman that to help put matters over, andI my people cud. ,d"i, .
Model Home for 1928 H. lladdon. acting and Dr. feel like that It I am elected and for them artd ii ", I'' I II
the speaking
presided over from the legislature I nerlt "
F. M. when I return your vott .I, ,,' I "I
B. R. Weld who represented "
truthfully that next '
the you can say we Tuesday I 'r
A Walralh, mayor welcomed chose the right man to look after predate It. !
l ,1,11fii"4 ,1t guests Mr. Walrath due to a recent -
illness was unavoidably ab our interests and he fought a YIIIII' -

4r.k sent.The Fred good I have fight.no promises to make only Paid PolItli.ii .1.,;' !'.

speakers were: Hon. ______ n n
Noble representing Dr. Eons A. -
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Hathaway, candidate for governor, ---
' Hon. Frank Jenningsrepresent: -
, ing lion Doyle Carlton candidate HowVn

for governor, E. A. Smith repre- v ,
senting Hon. Nathan Mayo, candidate \\W//// >
for re-election as commissioner BRIDGE;
of agriculture .1. Slater Smith, /

T. J. Knabb and A. Tyler for state
senate; B. M Frisbee and J. Edwin .

Larson for state representative Jerus 1927.28 hy
; L. E. Wade and Judge Geiger :-
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Wynne
for county judge; and T. J. Ferguson
Knight and P. L. Tippins for county '' Author of 'PRACTICAL AUCTION
school superintendent.The BRIDCS:

Penney Farms and Green C opyright 1027. by Hoylc. Jr
Cove Springs bands added a great
/ deal of enjoyment to the days program -
with some splendid music. ARTICLE No. 28

The speaking was followed( by a One of the laws of Auction Bridge clubs whereupon Y burst
I baseball game between Keystone that causes many arguments is the one smile, and quickly into."\ '
Heights and Green Cove Springs Bhuutet'yo|
covering insufficient bids- Law No. made an in bid.
teams in which Keystone Heights 20, which states that any bid or doubleis cannot bid any more1 Your
was defeated by a score of 60. an insufficient bid, unless it be higher "1 was stunned, but
Mr. and Mrs V. E. Wlnnns left than the last previous bid. Such an insufficient and I kept silent, rule area
their home in Keystone Heights bid may be corrected before wardly boiling with although all I vu
Wednesday, May 23, for Mead- attention is called to the error. If attention tions. The result was klndlol
vllle, Pa.Wesley.. is called to the insufficient bid the hand in hearts trdgic V pia

C Larson, who has been I however the penalty is very severe. It and scoring 187 points'making! 1 he fat
attending Stetson University at is as follows: word 'If filled my thought ten

DeLand, arrived in Keystone "If any player, other than the insufficient counted up what we would\ haveSQI II:
Heights Thursday, May 24. Mr. bidder call attention to the IF that awful penalty had '
Larson intends leaving for the insufficiency before the insufficient bid- tered my beautiful hand We lot
north soon. While here he Is visiting der has corrected his bid and before the have made a little slam ineitberlpl
his brother J. Edwin Larson next player has declared, the bidder or.clubs' scoring <269! in spada
Lawrence K. Walrath, a sophomore must make his bid sufficient and his in i clubs. So it made a maximumb or

m at the University of Florida, partner is barred from further participation 478 points all on account of a till,
returned to Keystone Heights in the auction. In such case, the of carelessness and an accidental] I
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Thursday May 24. bid may be made sufficient by substituting pf the tongue." "

Mr and Mrs. Cornish were en- any higher bid in any suit or Be on the lookout for such diet,
tertained at supper at the home of no-trump." guard against them. On the othetk
I. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ogden Friday, The tremendous that may result Af your opponents; slip, know the*: :
from the of this law and
application was ty apply it.
', ,,., "" ? :May 26.Mrs. well exemplified the other night In a The bluff bidder is
with
\ \ n. R. Weld and Miss Mar- UI8gW!,
, .r : r "l ,w'r GitsJid N Jal >', JAI uq MoDELlbME FOR \y jory Cornish left for New York by duplicate game at one of the New York correspondent has j just sent in th f I

Sf ''W < V'lm-Mft) CARIo3'(1( -3 AHIC-A
SM-TOgW '' > WEi!!; dar.1\Ia.r. 28. -_. --_'..Hearts I K Hearts-_7,6_ h _
Y C 4
-- Miss Helen Lawrence entertained uba-8. l.lubS-: A.
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"" According to the Jacksonville ot seven rooms completely furnlsned well planned residence fitted with An Invitation Is extended any of with two tables of bridge at her : A B : Diamonds-A K 6 Diamonds-\J.JlO,5,4 5,2 .-A Y
f' Journal sponsors of a movement with every modern convenience every convenience for the use of our citizens to Inspect this model home !Monday evening, !May 28 : Z : Spades- ;K,10,11 7,5.3,2 Spades -9.7 ;|; j't'
home at that time. Venetia Is located
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:In Jacksonville and vicinity for from basement to attic, and Its the occupants.To
Her Misses Jeanette I
guests were:
i l' homes and more conveniently cost in estimated at 26000. The carry out this purpose the 011 the Camp Johnston roada bid
, better Lawrence And' Helen Ogden and No score. Z dealt and passed. A one No score, rubber game. Z dealt uri';
furnished for the housewife, object of the Journal In backingthe model home will be open for pub- short distance from Jacksonville, the Messrs. George Bird, Donald club, Y bid one heart and B bid one, one no-trump. The usual player I
; work wan started this week In Venetia movement Is to give those who I lic Inspection for three weeks following the highway leading from Oreen Pangborn, Harold Lawrence and Z bid two hearts and A bid two I. A's hand would have pll8lCdand loj
on the Journal's model home are contemplating the building of Its completion and furnishing Cove Springs to Jacksonville ad- Lawrence Walrath. Refreshments cube, an insufficient bid. Y immediately I that Z'. no-trump bid would lilt

for 1928. This English type residence -' a home an opportunity ot seeingat the time estimated for Its joining It.business of fruit Ice cream and sponge cake .called attention to the error andB I disturbed. A, however,was one dit
, shown above, will consist first hand the advantage ot a construction being four months. were served. Miss Lawrence was was thereupon barred from further I players who love to take chances,II
bidding. Mr. A. J. Alexander of New I bid two hearts. This bid
Mr. and Mrs. Enoch arlffla and Miss Clarice Curiton, who has visitors here last week.A assisted as hostess by her mother, ; I was nail
' York City held B's hand and the hope of fooling Y-Z
was so his
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Mrs. J. H. Lawrence.Rev. oppom
Mr. Meade thinks there Is a great been the guest of her cousin, J. G. large number of patrons and affected by the incident that he wrote into believing that hearts
was band ,
B. Weld and Mrs. Weld
R.
for of fruit Lamoreaux for several weeks returned school choldren enjoyed the health
prospect a good yield ) the of the disaster
description beguile them
HAMPTON following; so into
: : were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.C. a two i
this year. to her home In Tampa, last pictures given by the state board bid had
if the
'. MlM Aim I'll.' ...... Cor. Monday. She was accompanle-J by ot health here Friday! evening. 11. Clark at dinner Friday, May : trump they hearts stop*
Mr. and "In there Or if his heart '
Mrs. E. J, King were every game are many penalties two bid treredoul*
_N.......NMNNe.Ne. visitors to Waldo last Sunday. her friend, Miss Henrietta Evans. J, S. Norman D. L. and O. J. 26.Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Clark for not playing exactly accordingto he could shift his bid to three dub>>
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Johns havea Miss Natalie Marlconny and Mr.J. Phillips were visitors to Keystone were rule,but in no sport are the penalties have a good chance to make it qn'
Mrs It. A. Delk has as her new daughter, who arrived May L. Cook of Macon, Ga. were mar- Heights; Thursday. entertained at supper at the home nssevereas in theancient and honorable his partner had nothing at aiL
a" guest this week Mrs. O. J.,. Harrison Mrs. Arthur Crews of Ralford, of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Cadman,
ried last Sunday, May 27th. Both game of bridge. 'There's many a slip Fortunately for A, however, Yb
: and daughters Mlnsen Edna, 24th.Dr.. n. M, Paver have a host of friends here who was the guest of her father, D 13. Sunday May 27.. twixt the bid and the lip,' and all such only one stopper in the hearts:

i' Eleanor and Carolyn, from Wild- Lake Geneva, attended and the family political of- i wish them much success and hap- Drowning here last week. TO Tin VOTKHS: OK nu.\i>roiio Blips give great profit to one's oppo- good outside hand so he bid tn,,
" wood. speaking! and ice piness in their married life. COUNTY nents. Biddhg out of turn is more cost- trump instead of doubling two herB :
( Miss Maggie Buruette, who hast here lust Thursday cream supper Mrs. I arid (;roRfiiTO: II.\VK PAVED ly than driving a golf ball out of bounds however, also was fooled, and.*
evening. M. Johnson daughter MICT1-SOUTH HIGHWAY 1020 and is much for de. for A's
revoking bid
been the guest of Mr and Mrs. worse a strong help proceedd
Rev. F. M. Taylor and family Miss| Thelma of Mt. Dora I wish to give little sketch of
are a
Kaftan; / of Gainesville, for several clarer than offside play is for a tackle. bid three hearts, much to A's
who have been visiting friends and the guests of T. M. Brown where I've lived and
and platform
my "A bridge player must guard almost A'. however forma ,
r days returned to her home here relatives In Green Atlanta Ga. May 27.-Before the I was lucky day, ,
psi: Jast Friday, returned to their Cove Springs, family close of the present year Georgia what I have always stood for. I every word he says with his very life, big outside hand and also a aIn top;
, home here lust born and reared in Bradford
I will have a chain of hard surfaced was or an alert opponent will proudly open hearts,decided to bid three DO-UK
Mr. and 0. B. Roberts \
Mrs. and ,
II. A. Delk MonJay.The at
postmaster highways extending the full length; county, lived here all my life and( the book of rules, and impose a penalty rather than double three hearts lit
' Mr. and Mrs O. L. Harrison attended Graham wan a business 'visitor I
am farmer. I stand for better
s Missionary a which him several hundred
society of the of the state from Tennessee to the may net the rubber game and he preferred''J
i
" Baptism services at Hamp- Methodist church, met at the home here last' Monday_ Florida line, and another paved schools and''a higher standard of points. In a recent hand of duplicate at rubber to a more or less doubtfulty. pe
'i Hon lake last Sunday evening. of Mrs. II. A. Delk last Monday the school system and I also stand the Knickerbocker Whist Club, a slip ; A now had Y-Z where he wai:
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Dennett and ....................... route from Atlanta to the North
\, evening May 28th. The attendance Carolina] line in the direction olAshevllle for wiping some of our frlvlloui of the tongue caused a* penalty that them BO he doubled three notrump.Y .
I"'1. ]{. D. Watterson returned to their was unusually Rood.( Those : WOO DL AWN ;, Chairman John N. Holder laws off' the map and helping to re- made pie think that life was no longer and B passed but Z, who was
home here last Sunday after a visitto out of town duce the people's taxes by so doing worth living. doled A's bid thought
were: Rev. and Mrs. of the State Highway Board de- ,! .. by bluff !
Silver Springs. Clarke, and Mesdames Wilson and and then repeal some of what It was at the last table and our opponents latter was doubling on heart strenr
....................... clared today.
, Mr. and Mrs. 13. J, Dowling and IiiKraham; of Waldo. laws are left so they can be under- were determined to fight furiously 10 he redoubled! A then proceeded
t children of Stnrke were the guests The living room was tastefully Woodlawn, June 1.-Mrs. L. It. i Announcement was made thaton stood a little more clearly by the to make: a gain against us. As I lay down J seven set up club tm'
of Mr. 'and Mrs. J.,. A Johns last decorated with roses, fern and nasturtium Denmark spent the week-end in [ May 30 the board would let contracts common people. I also stand for picked up my hand I was overjoyed, Z lost three tricks redoubled or f 6>
Sunday.Mr. !). The subject! under tllsriiHBlon Jacksonville the guest of relatives. I for highway projects involving a fair distribution of the gasoline because it was a sure game,almost fool- points.After the hand was over,Z.r
Rule Johns and family of wns very Interesting, being Mr. and Mrs. I). L. Phillips and expenditures of approximately tax among the counties of the proof and offering opportunities for a was much upset,said:"I tbourntl 11
Jacksonville, have been visiting "New Tasks for New Times." It daughter, Miss Debbie, were visitors $3,000,000 in seventeeen counties. state. I am fifty-two years old small slam. I was B and held: Spades playing Auction Bridge e
"" friends and relatives here. was beautifully dlHCUHneil to Green Cove Springs Sat Between Atlanta and the Flor- and have watched the affairs of ace,king,ten am')fourothersd.iamonds; mistake. We are playing poker suds
.' A. C. Hicks an been the guest of At the conclusion, pimento sandwiches ( unlay afternoon. ida lineon the route through Ma-' our government: every since I have ace king and another; two small clubsand don't like poker, I will not pUyifc
,.; his sinter l Mm. 1'ope of Wild woo-',I.1 cake and Ice tea was served Mesdames J. S. Norman L. II. con. Vienna and Valdosta all is been ot age and I believe I knowas the lone king of hearts. Z dealt and this rubber."
, \ Mrs. J. S. Meade of abundantly by the hostess. Denmark and Oscar Carter paved except for a stretch in Houston much about what our county passed with litt enthusia m.A bid one A's poker bid worked-but ds
, Jacksonville visited their plantation Her. M. i.. Lewis of Waldo shopping in Starke Thursday.were county now almost complete-! and state needs and especially the club which gave me beautiful visionsof emulate his example. lie was lucky ,
(', and grape vineyards In the preached at the Hnptlat church last Supt. H n. Wiggins; l:. W. Hayes with concrete and other sectionaln. farming people as either of my opponents a slam. Y bid a heart and I bid a this hand but if his opponents had te
r:' eastern part of town lust Saturday Sunday morning and evening. and C. A. Knight of Starke, were Crips and Turner counties now under and( can come as near getting spade expecting to get the contract more alert they could have doubt
e,' construction or soon to be let It for the people as either of very quickly. three hearts and beaten A-B at le
. to contract. my opponents. I hove been ambitions "Z said two hearts, and then came 300 points. Bluff bids, therefore,.*
The route toward Asheville Is for years to serve you in the crushing disaster. My partner A, great when they work; but nine\

I n ) now completely paved, said Mr. the legislature of Florida, but have for some unknown reason, bid two out of ten they go wrong.
for links to be
K. _.. f&AX ill ,. Holder except soon been waiting to get; the age, the Problem
No.32heartsA
completed In Gwlnnett, Habersham
experience and the right opportunity -
and Ilabun counties, and a stretchto .
to make the race and the J, 10. 9,7,5
be built In Hall county with I II
time has come when I believe I Clubs- 10
I county funds.Of i can give: you people the best service Diamonds-A, Q 9, 8, 6, 4
I I that I ever could or ever will S*>** none
the total population of Florida -
Hearis-6 3 K.U
as I know that I am living In the 2. lIearfll-
more than half, 664,628, were Clubs-none ': Y ClubsA,9,8StDiamondsK.10 <
of :
evening my day and if I don't
born in the United States outsideof 1 serve you now it will soon be too 7,3,2 : A B : Dumondj-S

Florida, anj an additional 60- late, so I want all of you to be sure Spades-A, 10, 8. 7,6 ; Z : Spadei-0,4,1 2

i roM 556 were born in forty foreign and put the square) and compasson countries. These figures have been all four of us and vote for the -Q
:: ;_ tabulated by the State Department man that comes up to the stand Clubs-K Diamonds-; 0,1.7.6.3
i; ard of a man that will give the J
of Agriculture and are being used you '
Spades-K 9 5 .3
v J
fairest and ,
squarest deal
In the compilation ot the Florida you
N\ R' a g r'i ( know No score,rubber'game. Z dealt and bid one club. Figure out the propwl '
industrial survey. I pay heavy taxes to help defraythe of the other hands and compare results with analysis that will be giveaU"I

I N -.-...- expenses of our government next article.

West )Florida Power company and you know a man that pays 'V' .. .
has been granted permission by heavy taxes will do more to lighten -- ---

t the Floridian Company to stretch the tax burden than a man will :
their electric wires across prop- that doesn't pay but little if any Reclamation of 4,300,000 acres being 18,716,269 as agates

1 erty of the Floridan Company to because high taxes doesn't effect of land in the Florida Evergladeswas 079,726 for March.
the man that doesn't pay any. It promised to begin in
1I connect with the power house at early
has been reported that I am fighting ; .N.N..1tN9e111NNEV
Quincy, and work Is now progressing September as the result of the :
; one of my neighbors which is
I
't ? M sale of halt of
the $20,000,000
g': as on the stringing of the \line, ,_ aspiring for the commissioners office worth of drainage bonds voted ..byI : { RIVER
ace-ordl'lIt the Quincy Times. Instead and I deny this charge as I :Miss Essie Sapp Cur
'ot'the' city' of Quincy havinga believe that my friends! all know I the 1927 legislature and recently .

\, ...-o41' "two-phase circuit" as called I that this charge Is not true for I validated by the state supreme .iPDOO.N'.4J190i'N''

Ti f wrfihr iSW for In the contract, a "three-phase have all I can do ro look after my court. I 1 J J...If
,.- circuit" will be Installed. This own campaign.; I want to say to New River; June N J I.
the voteis of Bradford county that HUADKOHll'H ( AS CONSUMPTION was a business visitor
___ = ? guarantees the city that at no
II'I time will It be without sufficientpower a. man that wants to be elected on Butler Monday was a is
Wiggins
the demerits of his opponent Is not Norman
LIWA a*D: t tt for all In a few at ternOOlAmong
t purpxwies. Gasoline to Starke Saturday
I a'.r trrI fit to serve you In any place. In consumption in Bradford to 11111I1
t weeks the power company will regards to the swine plague I believe county for the month of April those going here r

; :9'M have sufficient power for all pur that the farmer should have amounted to 74,694 gallons, Beach. Sunday fronl John, &II
I I poses. In a. few weeks the power the virus and serum and someone I according to the report Issued by Mr. and Mrs. M L !Aloodbl

\ ( company will have the city well to do It furnished him free ot the inspection bureau, department tie daughter, Melba ]11ft.
FLOOR p1.A1J lighted from a different source charge and if I am elected I am of agriculture, as compared to 69- and! Mrs. J. L. Johns chUMI'll., aaN'

. a t3t ALL from which It has heretofore been going to try to get it for you for I 951 gallons for the month of J. C. Prlngle and JeweU WlgglDio
: believe It I can any many In the March. Kerosene used during April Irma Andrews, l1!
i ii \ getting Its power, the Times says. race can do the same. amounted to 7,441 as com- sle Sapp. and Norman "Iif
I Now fellow citizens I know that pared with 15,831 gallons for GUY Andrews. Lawrence
Mr. and :Mrs. H. S. Camp and and Hassle RhOdeDg
7Mst. there is not a man In the race that March. Andrew 01
wroee.iwr, bED13' D.COltla2dt children and :Mr. and Mrs. Bill will hover around the Interest of The state showed a decrease In I Don't forget to a SOS

Vandergrift of Ocala spent Sun- the poorer class of people that I the use of gasoline slightly over school at Long bridge
day at Klngsley lake guests of will nor make a harder fight for four million gallons April figures ternoon 3 p. In. -
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Strickland. them than I will. I will come as .--- : .
\ .......................... near making friends with that I

\ body of legislators as any man in
: Keystone Heights :
: the MU !!*!.. 0..... c... .
A BUNGALOW ALONG Blie. The stucco being a deep buff forming a wing at rear. DeWittC. Jones

f" -8IVVXISH LINESBy color trowelled and finish.applied The with roofs a rough are There Is a cellar under the entire .e.NNeN.N..NN..N1 Remember to Vote for ,

:. ,( R. C. Hunter& Bro. Archta., covered with red Spanish tiles in house except the sun porch Keystone heights June 1.-A
'. New York.) various shades. and garage. The laundry and heat number of office-seekers of Clay FISHING TAQKLE-RODS
The Spanish type of bungalow All Interior walls are finishedIn lug plant are located there. county, and representatives of other Ernest Amosfor I

Is becoming very popular In Amer- rough cast plaster, and then This house measures 39 feet 6 candidates: for state offices spoketo Reel
ica not alone in the Southern and tinted in various tones. inches across the front and requires a large audience at an open air Shakespeare Heddon and Pflueger

West Coast states, but in Eastern The plan has been carefully a lot not less than 55 feet meeting at Keystone Heights last ComptrollerThe puf6
and Northern sections as well. It worked out and all waste space In width while 60 foot lot would Thursday. May 24th on the shoreof Heddon Minnows, Al Foss MinnowS, Lutz
is a type that lends itself well to eliminated alcove taking Us place. give 10 feet clearance on each side Lake Geneva.
the plan requirements tot the A gate leg table can be used in the Complete working plans and The Woman's Club of Keystone best man in the race Bait Al Foss Pork Rine Hooks and Lines-
, bungalow.The living room. 1C desired, when there specifications may be obtained for Heights provided sandwiches coffee ,
" walls are built ot terra cotta are a number of guests. The garage a nominal sum from the building ,.lemonade and lee cream cones SOBER SAFE SANE ........,.
w, block and stuccoed on the out- is attached to the house, editor. Refer to house HA-133. for the big basket picnic dinner

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II 11 ._ nU.\UI-'OltD COUNTY TELEOKAni STAHKK, FLORIDA
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rell'lItina aroiued to wake an un- campaign Blander that Dr. here Sunday.Mr. ers I am reproducing the following would be a candidate for ro-nlec-
tight
shippers Morton against certain Hathaway had played politics in j and Mrs. Clyde Carmichael letter or notice: which was Stun and advised him to dirk to
t.
\RWtJ! of Florida in Short Paragraph Corey direct the location of state highways. It and published In this Oct. 14th the
of ,
tor of the I baby Ocala were" visitors to paper) office I the people' had given
for I tho Florida membership Citrus campaign gave Inute testimony, it is true, Evergreen Sunday 1!>27. and which shown toncliixlvH.v him nn tln'sscmcd to he uenor-!:

; House Association G1'owere'Clearing ''I, but It was very convincing and will I Mr, Hen Howe of Lawley' at- that my opponent Mr. K.: W. ally H.-itlnflcd with both ,.oi llu: lor
Issued Saturday be accepted by the public as un- tl'nlhllll'llUfl'h here Hayes, did know that I would be and usMpHHorAnd ) .
an appeal to all Inter-I IlmPl\8Chable. Sunday.
I a candidate<< << for re-election before In No\
I''i LI to lend their f'11I1"'r of following
assistance In The as presented Sena- the campaign came and before the above
State News putting over the projectAvon map by convt-riition and l published
Live WaybriKht, l is a conglomerationof | The farmer of folk county he entered!' the race for Tux Assessor not lie, ho wall Interviewing
red lines green lines and yellow \ to-wit: citlsenn In Starko and other HOC-

-- Park--Contract for construction lines. The red lines denote the mak-ing To Tin I'llljMMi.t "l Lions) of tho cow nl \- asking thoir
of the new city hall for nearly 1,300 miles of paved roads ; ; Hruilfori ( advice an to a hPtlu i lip shouM run
Avon Park was awarded by the I constructed during the Hathaway ( agent. 'unntyGreetings against me and from mica Investigations -
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES city council to Charles W Paber, : regime and where they are located outlook for late is : \ I presume, he decided he
of this city, on his bid of $28,680 1 The green lines denote the 785 I crops splendid, I During the last campaign for could defeat me, :rod on Nov. 18th
The architect's estimate of the miles of highways under stntfd Mr Holland, "in spite of tax assessor I made the remark
.. cost I now con he published a u?''Ice In this paper -
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- -- --------- ---y. of the building was $30,000. struction. The yellow lines represent the tact! that the farmers have been Perhaps< several", times that 1 woul-.l iiMHiirlng bin I 11, lends that he

I I'l.iblema of vital West Palm Beach-Taxation In i Eleven: contracting firms from all 1 the 740 miles of paved roads. j very much handicapped by adverse nut b, a candidate for (hat otllcongalu. would lie, a candldut", (for Tax AasoxHor. -
"anal teachers and the i Kvei-gladea: drainage district purls of the state submitted bids built by all preceding administrations. i weather conditions Tho spring This .remark however, was and tills wax the first' authentic
,Ida will be taken for 1028, Including the acreage for the work, I i i has been uusimlly cold and dry ;, MUiuilurily on my part, and was Information I < ?'r lial that
confer- and ad valorem levies not ii I pnunltio to tiny portion or persons Mr. would be
n" Bummer will bring : "Look at these red and green and the recent wind storm did a Hayes u candidatefor
teachers, to revenue at three and Miami lines and therefore, could not ftlint this office
iMural three-quar- --Wholesale poll) regis! and see how a state-wide system lot of Injury to tender crops"
body hall, Unlver- ters of a million dollar The estimate tration frauds In Dude county were of through roads has been -.--- the Interest of anyono, except I I um making this explanation
,'",. June 6 to 9. The was made by the board of charged Thursday In a statement built" Mr. Waybrlght says "You I Hannna shipping from Mexico to mjhi'lf, in that or subsequent to correct nil errorenous statementthat
r the conference has commissioners of the Everglades: I by Carl Uolnier, Jr., supervisorof will see them stretching to every 1 I'onmieolu has been started on a Iud g"". (During the past cnlll-I Mr. Hayes In making i 11\ ,the
inunced by J. F. WilpervlHor drainage district, and was announce registration!; who asked for immediate part of the state and you will IIud 'small scale but it will grow steadIly mouths ax people are people generally, that he did not
of vocntloni. ) here by Fred C. Elliot: arrest of that has 1 consider their candidates for
persons whom no particular section boen know that I would be a candidite,
r ,i. It Includes address- chief drainage engineer!; at a meeting he said he had investigated on his benefltted at the expense of some according to A. C. Douglas, of next campaign, I have been solicited for re-election when In fact he
,
p \1| Farr acting preaii ) of civil engineers of the Flor- own initiative and found to be 11- other section' I Toronto, Canada, who is nsttochit- by a number of friends and did know and entered the race fully ,
I i niversity' of Florida; ida East Coast legally registered, That's the answer to the charge ed with the Tropical Planting company goods citizens to again run for theotllce advised In the premises. '
I lIe has been In PeiiKiicolu ; and with duo regards!; for
,"i him. state superlnten.uiiili that Dr. Hathaway has played pol Trusting you will consider to
their wishes
I' ,,,, instruction; Dr. J. Tampa-Investigation of alleged New Smyrna-Another link in itics. Any voter who Is at all interested since last week In connection with da so, will be, and a candidate my own desire for the to your best interest to give ma your
1 f. ?, ur, dean of the teachers attacks with stench bombs on the chain of New Smyrna Indus- in checking up the map the opening of tho new Tropical utllco of tax assessor In tho vote on June 6th, and promising
-:: iI :lit' university, an4 a'rt' several cleaning and dyeing establishments trial port activities was added here can drive over these highways; and Planting Company line Into this primary to be held approaching you the same elllcliMit helpful\ ser
,e 'n", of those In charge during a prolonged recently when, with the completion establish their existence for himself I port next Juno and In duo time will vice In the future that I have given
itt "e phases of vocational price war here was started by authorities of the new city municipal It isn't necessary to Juggle muko by olllclul announcement to In the past, I am

'rm'111"I. work.in .the state. Friday on complaint of docks and a. series of fish and figures, to employ the radio or to Acting upon request of the rivers I that effect You* very truly,
the victimized proprietors that shrimp packing houses consistingof buy printer's ink to prove that the N 11. WAINWRIdllT
and harbors and This notice Is not given
for the
foreign and I
.,, Wholesale poll reglstra- they had suffered considerable six units, J. C. Ferris, city man- roads have been built. They speak of ; I'nld Political 1 Adv.Remember .
!??fraud' In Dade county were property damage as a result of the ager: turned this property over to for themselves, just as the map domestic commerce committees of who purpose forestalling' anyone ...
might want to for office
the
a rhursjay In a statement reported bombings. No arrests' the six leases did. They can't be dug up by the the Jacksonville chamber of Commerce run -

rged rhsrrn, Meyer Jr., supervisor have been made, but police said a opposition hidden away or carted the Clyde lino river boat but In to the set minds at rent of the the people uncertainty -,
asked for 1mI thorough Investigation of the out overnight.The I Oxccola will continue tho
| who !Mount on run to Vole for
regl8tr1t10n. Dora-Operations towardthe as to whether or not I will stand
,liiti whom heII charges would be conducted.Pensacola replacing of the present tracks roads are the answer not I between this city and Sanford un- (or re election. During my in-
,i I iiiui investigated on his own j. of the Atlantic Coast Line with only to the charge of playing pol- til June 30th, according to word cumbancy In office it has been my

I..m. md found to Illegally regred The navy depart- heavier steel have been started and itics, but they are the answer to received at Jacksonville front earliest, deslro stud greatest! pleasure Ernest Amos ?
(!( Registration this year has ment is not scrapping any of the the train load of workers will remain what went with the money entrusted Franklin D Mooney, president of to serve the people' faithfully, i
I bed an unprecedented Jeclart planes which are now not used at In Mount Dora until all of to the state road depart the Clyde Steampshlp Company, by an..1 am still loyal 1 to their wishes
loot' The list, Homer the Pensacola air stationIn fact, the work planned for this city has ment. They are the answer to the and tho best Interests of Uradfoid
[ mtuino names of persona they are sill on the "front line" been completed. query If one so dumb should be 1 II. G. White, general agent. county. for Comptroller.

IB, ',: to, be- dead! persona giving for it Is announced that no less propounded, has Hathaway execu- Very respectfully i ,
tin lot addresses and others than ten of the planes which have Leesburg- Leesburg'a first carload tive ability? Adv. N I). WAINWRU1HT
The best in the
,"Iered from five to 10 times been set aside by the modern and of watermelons to move dur- It's little wonder that the former NOTICEform And in addition to the above no- man race

|lei, different names and In dif- vastly most suited types, are to enter ing the current shipping season chairman of the State Road De- tice I had gono Into Mr. liny office -
t'nt precincts, into the newest warfare, to was forwarded Saturday by S. A, partment came to I'ulatku to hear 'I Ing l ronioii SUilcnicntN last May, about a year ago SOBER SAFE SANE
repel the liquor smugglers from Fields and Company, well known Carlton fire his broadside at Hath- now, and talked the matter over
,rallal1aRHce, .- Kentucky has the coasts of Florida and that of local fruit and vegetable 'distribu away. It's little wonder that those For the Information -of the vot with Mr. Hayes and told him I
red a \ban on the sale of blacks other Southern states. tors. who failed are envious of such a
i
,m that state, and the new ---'- success as Dr. Hathaway has achieved -

will stop future shipments of.L Tallahassee-Not only is It pos 1
I gets from Florida to the com- sible to gow a wide variety of I Any aspirant for the governorship -
Luealth of the Blue Grass. This crops on south Florida land, but .\ IS\TKIIKHTKI: : WITNKSSI : I who is half-way fair l is compelled -

< learned here from High Gul- such corps can be grown, and are I to admit that the Hathaway -

,. national representative of the being grown, with no small prollt State Senator Edgar Waybrlght administration has functioned. -
ik Walton League of America, to the producer, reports filed with And every aspirant is riding
of Jacksonville, of the speakers
one -
stated that the Kentucky leg- over this net-work of state high
Dj the Florida Industrial Survey
advocating the election of Dr.
Liure, In passing the black bass show. ways In prosecuting his campaign. Years Service
Fons A. Hathaway as governor, '
*
Palatka Dally Kewa.HIGHLAND.
has introduced a witness in behalfof i
e e
| Melbourne-At a meeting held the chairman of the state road
Panama City-The dredge boat in the chamber of commerce rooms department whose veracity cannotbe I .......N.N........( } .
the West Florida Corporation of those Interested In the 1\1 al- questioned .

now pumping night and day bourne Emergency Hospital Inc. This witness in not biased has : :

owing up sand dunes on the the Incorporation papers were read no favorites to play, never heard of Mian M. H. RI...... C.r. in IModel I
'uh drive between Panama CityI and approved, and the following Doyle Carlton and his mudslinging : ONi
.N.NN.N...NN.
This is a new officers elected awaiting the adop-
,I st. Andrews. tactics, doesn't care who la
nture In the matter of a sea wall tion of by-laws at the next meet- elected. Like figures this witness Highland, June 1.-Mrs. J. W
,nic the water front. Engineers Ings, at which time a board of directors cannot lie, regardless of the abil- Oriffls and Miss Myrtle arlflls were 1
of the opinion that a sand dune and other officers will be ity of liars to figure. i visitors to Starke Fri'day. T Fords
a rises to an elevation of tent elected. The witness In question is the ; Miss Beth Wimberly was shopping -
.
t tend then slopes back to deep M state road map. It is called to the in Starke Friday. i

ter will be as safe protection Winter Haven-Declaring that stand to testify for Dr. Hathaway : Mrs. N. T. Green and baby, of
the cement drive as a concrete the thousands of advocates of the in the famous case of Olllce Seek- i Starke spent Friday here the guest
[II of less height. grower-controlled clearing house ers via Truth et al. It was sum of relatives.Mr. .
e e the Committee of Fifty, moned for the of refuting .
set up by purpose and Mrs. T. J. Knabb: of

.. Macclenny were visitors here dollars I
-- --
Thursday.Mrs. Expenditure of few may

Bathing Is the Newest Health Fad Launched at II. C. Wimberly, Mrs. O. ,

M, Gribble and C. M. Urlflis were

St. Petersburg, Florida, for Young and Adults Too : Tuesday.business visitors to Jacksonville enable you to get thousands of miles j

Frow Buddlngton of Mlddleburg

was here on buslnes Saturday.C. from old car I
K.:: Deane of Jacksonville, your i

spent Saturday here transacting

buHlness.Mr. ,
and Mrs. n. ]M. Wimberly of
Jacksonville visited H. C. Wimber-

ly and family Sunday. THE Model T Ford is still a great car. It led the motor
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kohannon \

and children of Plant City, arrived industry for twenty years and it is used today by more people
I Saturday for a visit with his

sister, Mrs. D C. Mosely than any other automobile. More than eight million ModelT .
I Mr and Mrs. Brooks Mosely '

and Mrs. V. L. Johns were shop- Fords arc in active service in city, town and country, and
ping In Lawtey Saturday.Mrs. .
O. M. dribble left Sunday many of them can be driven for two, three and five years and

; for her home in West Liberty. 0., '
: I IcIAnkitd" after spending several months here even longer at very small up-keep expense. ,
visiting her nieces, Mrs. II. C.
Wlmberly and Miss Ethel Itlcks. The cost of Model T parts and of necessary labor is 'I'
Miss Beth Wlmborly accompanied
her home and will spend the sum unusually low because of established Ford policies. r'

) mer visiting relatives In West Lib-

";rte 1 1s erty, Springfield and other pointsIn New fenders, for instance, cost from $3.50 to $5 each, ,
Ohio.

Mr. and Mrs. W, M. Wimberly with a labor charge of $1 to $2.50. Tuning up the motor '
and little Miss Freddy Wimberly,

of Baldwin, arrived Sunday for a ,and replacing commutator case, brush and vibrator points f
visit with II. C. Wimberly and
family. costs only $1, with a small charge for material. Drake shoescan !

,. Mrs. N. T. Green of Starke, visIted -
t"f b relatives here Monday. be installed and emergency brakes equalized for a labor .
gyrnbt Mrs. II. C. WimberlY and Mrs. .
; = B.fi1Ne 't' IN lcau T7lf. W. M. Wlmberly motored to Starke charge of only $1.25. A labor charge of $4 to $5 will cover:

sit s ae 3 8uMI Monday the overhauling of the front axle rebushing springs and spring
I 1 ........................ ,

.. KVEKOREICNMm. .. perches, and straightening, aligning and adjusting wheels.

( F, A. Roller, Cor.) .
*> The labor charge for overhauling the average rear axle ;
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Evergreen. June 1.-Mr. and runs from $5.75 to $7. Grinding valves and cleaning carbon t',

Mrs. A. F. Peele and children of .!
can be done for $3 to $4.
j4v\ (t4 1 Orlando are the guest of Mr. and

.,, Mrs.Mr.J and, D. Mrs.Peele.Andrew Grlllls and A set of four new pistons costs only $7. For a labor chargeof

little daughter of Starke, were
visitors to Evergreen Saturday. $20 to $25 you can have your motor and transmission

Mrs. William Reddish spent the overhauled. Parts extra. .
,iNARN.ir1'R week-end with Mr. J. S. Rosier. completely are
; Mr. Morgan Redding" la the
'+tNb.. 2w.w Q1AMP StA O rN7ae"7AV QonarroM guest of his brother, Mr. II. F. All of these prices are approximate, of course, because the

Redding.Mrs. John Chesser and children cost of materials needed will depend on the condition of each
little trunk, their oodles baredto
By JOHN: LODWICRST. /l&Dd. bav.*' taken up sun bathing and trim
of Campvllle, spent last week with
!. fast becoming: a community : the warm eareeee of the kindly however the low of the ModelT
PETERSBURG-" -Bathing"Ii this of city coatleu: Inhabitant round orb bung high III the blue sky: her sister, Mrs. Jean Oasklns. car. They show, cost putting

I the newest of sensible health fade Endorsing the new fad doctors say above. Mr. and Mrs Willie Reddish Ford in shape for thousands of miles of additional service.
were visitors to Starke Friday of
introduced in this city of conilderiunshln that children and adulta alike benefit Except for a wi r program of light
abl', such from the violet ray of the lun. One calisthenics ucdMikn supervision of last week. therefore and have him
and It DM taken Ohio physician while here a trained InstrdMbr, the "inn-bath- Miss Emmalyne Pringle spent See the nearest Ford dealer, ,
a hold with children- nd grown up eminent of the en" loll In the mode exposed to the a few days of last week with her
wbat he thought
too that it threaten to change the was movement.asked "Wbat vegetation to lodlnlzed air and UEJght. Elderly: aunt, Mrs. R. S. Rosier. estimate on the cost of re-conditioning your Model T Ford. W

complexion of the from s thrive In the dark?" "lun-wonhlppera" declare that the Mra. Jean Gasklns and children,
People of nation your knowledge of an answer simple treatment hae added too year spent Sunday in Campvllle the He will tell you, in advance, exactly how much the complete
"pni facet" to a population he asked by way
guest of ber sister Mrs. John
,
relieved and of youth to their live and HI re-
be
waned ailment can
a rich golden brown making "Many .J
Chesser. will cast.FORD. .
cured In the lodln- malnlag her from northern borne job
aun-Wuniiippw" of them all. In some Instance Rev. O. A. of Starke .
Donnelly ,
not and sunlight of St. Petersburg to carry on tile beneficial: treatment.
10 very St. Petersburg teed air
long ago. Mid. "Sun bathing U Bronzed bodle bared to the air and filled his regular appointment here
went of a be
through the toroea
doubt beneficial to the light, bared except for trunk., are uncommon Saturday and Sunday.
!jontrov) sari m which the on plec'ethlnll without a Indulged In properly. : anywhere along tie famous Mr. and Mrs. J, Q. Rosier and fSi'j>
when
uon. body body should be exposed by St. Petersburg bathing beacna. Hundreds children of Sapp,, were the guestsof
formed and "Tb
1 V when were to old Sol and Should not be of sojourners remain In tb*ua Mrs. Hester Sapp Sunday.
dm-tor. .- degreee
lined with e
ponenu up at the itart. The beginner through the day until their akin: are While cranking: his car Thursday -
of lye lighter and lever garment overdone with
.,
blackened. of last week Eugene Forsyth
! from ton to not virtually
devote
t should
,
the ',t. sag was noite by minutes In the With the closing of summer reeort happened to the painful accident
ani twenty
rd the one plec canu hen more than of breaking his MOTOR COMPANY I
to stay of run bathing while the In the north. Labor flay the sunbathing arm.
early stager
Now should in for the fad fad here will take on greater Mr. and Mrs. John llaulerson
go
? heels, of tile on. piece convalescent:
'thlni. under the direction: of a phyal- proportion a. thousand of north and children of Ellabee spent Sunday -
? victory: the medical only enter will return to this city where with Mrs. Helter Sapp.St. Detroit
wntlet Michigan
! looking with further claD.CD Tampa Bay beach ber tile un beams never lea than tell Clair Moseley spent the ,
Of IT bet >s new health fad, that the children ue brought to Ullabore day of the ,...>. week-end with bra cousin Eugene
IUb-trr ., the healing rayi 01 a eore of dally for their Several of the larger exclusive re Forsyth.Mr. .
.tretcb urn on the wide playground they IM cat not*!. are adding run bathing and Mra. Bynum Perkins of

oIly II' I et t, Petersburg beach: that tlrttt-thou gleaming.and *nd* garbedover, In olarluxn to their roof. near Lawtey attended services


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; nUAPJ-iQHU COUNTY TKMXmAJ'H: STARKE. FLORID ______ gKll)AV. ,
: SIX ,,_ ,_ __ _. _. ___.__"_ j| Xt. I.

" -- .. ._- -.- -- -- ----- -', -ws- ;given ;:;- b'ld*r';tlrtirost-I '- BAPTIST, miasloner-- -for the past four years would believing not lie be, a Mr.candidate Wainwrlght as ]he, decJIIII.n.court Clerk B the-,'and 30lh- t':,-.-.. ?-r"I-l -f

; towel. is open to every voter of Brad said I). i'h I>" :f V
I
I' -- The hostess served. her guests Sunday school\ at 10 a. m? J. FKlckilter fed county. I have always strivento Trusting you will give this your" (SEAL) (s,. w
'I olive wich.es, I Stipt.Worship work for the best interests of (Q Y) 'l f'n)
;.a..t fruit salad liB po- careful consideration, and on June 1'1. 'k ,
;
I tato chips and Iced tea. at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. the county as a whole and the records 6th, give me your vote If electedIn A. refcrfws1"p ;' "", 1". ;; Ir,
I Ij Thn guests were Mesdames E. Baptism will be administered at of the commissioners will
return I will give you sl: -daYI- Solicitor
c.-I.. I M. Johns, L. Wyman, O. M. Inman, I the even lug service.\ bear thin out. The experience I a-week service, I am for ('on Ili| j I" ..
C' ely i.I.-f. Robinson N. Sternberg, O. Wednesday at 8 p. m prayer ser- have gained as a member of the Yours most sincerely, '
i It,. Haynes W. M. Wainwright: vliePastor! ", board will enable me to give you" \ E. W. HAYES (flit Flt Fo --
I r >o. Flynn O. L. Deasley, C. C. I Raymond will conduct even better service during the com- Paid Political Adv. .t'Hit,,, \flO
j I IHoppe, U. L. Hlggs, C. A. Knight services at Pine Level on Saturday ing two years. Your support and -In Circuit! 'ourt. .
.
Phone 29 K.: UuriM, J. M. Mitchell, Misses at 11 a. m. and on .Sunday at vote on June 5th is solicited and .Helal Circuit HI'lilf'r"', ,! ,i 'III
Mabel Weller and Jeanette Dur- 8p.m. will be appreciated. INOTICIJ State' of Florida. I,II, ", 1 "
.
. I Vivian K. [, '"
oflln.
' dc-m. Respectfully! submittedJ. r
:., -, -- ----- --.-- AYIIATIIKU: 1'lIiT HILL. In Circuit Cmirt Twenty-Sixth Jiidlolnl Complainant
' I/\\VTIV MismovAitvhOClKTY when they entertained their bridge L. UNDER Circuit. Bradford County, Loflln
} B. (I ,
MltS. .1. I.II'rc'JlJ.J.I.I'JS.: : Paid Political Adv. Florida. In Chancery
E, ; ; club. I ''TiRT.IINS: :' Al'TJ'ItNNN: : Weather Record for Week end- e---- -- Kate Jonen. Defendant.
B Howls and roses of Pink Radiance IIItlJm; Ing May 29. 1928, Southern Forest Complainant It RI>hl l ., ,
i lrifle,1)'Inli4
CLtll-y to t the ,",.
C. A. KNIGHT vs. I .. .,
roses were attractively arranged Experiment Station Starke
( The Law ley Baptist Missionary .r. Victor Jones, cause that! ". H. T.nfJlli,, ", ;
''i, Society held t the program for Mayat about the room where A delightful party was given by Branch Candidate for Defendant ant therein nnmed, I i.] ,"l" "i
the KlngKley lake home of Air. three tables for auction bridgewere Mro J' M. Mitchell at her home Date Mix.: Min Preclp Order For PnhllrntlonIt of the Stats. If FI"rl.lu. .1)" hl.1
i any Mm It K. Blanchard Tuesday placed. Monday afternoon to which mem- May 22 73 64 1.03 Tax CollectorSolicits appearing by ailidavlt' attachedto Age den"ot in hVl unknown>nty-n"e nil, I I. "
I bill In
the tiled the above cause,
I
[t. afternoon. Devotional was At the close of the evening when bars of the Afternoon Brldgo Club May" 23 76 58 .02 that the residence of J. Victor Jones, fore nrll..rl'd thAt yen said"''r.I' ",,_1'1',\
'I', conducted by the President, Mm.O. scores were added, Mrs C. A. ware tuvlted This party wag given May 24 82 59 la unknown to complainant: That defendant be and I" h"" ", ,,,"' ,
A. Anderson Meeting wan then Knight was found to be holler of In honor of two: visitors, Mrs Florida May 25 85 61 the support and vote of there la no person ,In the state of to Appear,.1,1! to the bin "r, "''CD!''
Mrs. J. 11 Pitts lea*.ter t- and Young. May 28 85 64 his Florida, known to nlllant service of any, the day "n "I, 'I"' ,.
given over to high for ladles and was given a Reid MlHB..yiola Bradford county citizens In process upon whom would bind the 2nd nf .JIII\, ,.f"
for the afternoon, during the curd table cover. Mr. Fred F. Large baskets and vases holding/ May 27 88 67 race! for the office of Tax Collector. said defendant in this' suit for Divorce ntherwIiM .the a1legntln.sad i .* Ii'!n'
(talks and discussion on "Women Stump high for men received aIJmoklnlC Easter! miles and daisies adornedthe May 28 89 70 Born and reared In Bradford county II will defendant.' ken a" "! f'.'..
: and MlBsioriH," It was brought out set. Mrs. Stump and Mr. spacious rooms, where four May 29 68 and his years of experience as said. IT nonresident IS THRRCFOnR' defendant ordered be that and It In further ordpi, ,
very clearly and forcibly how A. Z. Adkln were consoled with to-I, deputy clerk qualifies him to fill appear to the bill of complaint In Ier be published on| Ih"' ," 'Itb
:3 j much women owe to tile Christian a tea bell and door knocker. Tl"ltX EH-JW.\Cn: Total rainfall 1.05 the tax collector's position to the this .cause on or before Monday. four ? .'. w"k!
___ .. July 2nd, A. D. 1928 otherwise' the ford! foTO Ws.K'i.V"n 'tin A
religion, and how deeply Interested Mrs. Johns served her guests r m I I -- -- satisfaction of every taxpayer In allegations of Bald I hill will bo takenas said' ..' "
' they should he In sending with a tempting salad course. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Roach of Wll- I] I the county. If you elect him to this confessed by you. PII. lr..h)1a. 80th.c'n; is''Y :''lit''S
Christianity to the heather women Those enjoying the evening with Union announce the marriage of I! PARK TRAMMELL ofO.ce, he will give; the duties of IT IS FURTllEH' ORDERED that /1, '
i:;' of the world. I Mr. and Mrs Johns were: Mr. aivj their daughter, Allene, to Thomas said office and the patrons of the i for this Four notice consecutive be published week once a In week the (SHAD 'Y.rr\I.J'In, ,, ,!,; ;,
The program was Interspersed : Mrs J. C. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Turner, of West Palm office the same careful attention I I Bradford County Telegraph, published R.: M. JOTIN4 C. A I'"'Bh1,' j I
''"with prayers and songs. Thin. wan'! N. Sternharg, Mr and Mrs. Stump Beach, on Tuesday the eighth of and courtesy he has always mani- In Starke: Florida. Solicitor! for Complainant,
called u granJmother's meeting, as I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. )Knight. Mr. and May, nineteen hundred and twen- tested towards you. Your vote WITNESS: the hand of O. W. Al- 1151Coldwell !.
> '-each woman taking part on ,the' Mrs. A. Z. Adklns.MKTIIOWST tY-t>fght. Gainesville, Florida. At r will be appreciated. _

w, program won a grandmother; Mill ---- -- home after June the fifth at West hh W #' Paid Political Adv. _. ___._.____.__ -
'v given a spray of sweet peas for : IJVJOVAAM'AI : Palm Deach, Florida. j _
each grandchild. None had only OUTING: The above! announcement is being Lawn Mowers ..
-- --- $12..>0
one, and others quite a bunch. received by friends of Mr. Tur-1 NOTICE -
During the social: hour Mrs. Last Thurtriay at Strickland's ner who with his parents were Rain King Sprinklers -- .- ---- $ .33))
Blanchard, assisted by Mm. Fred lauding;, Klngsley Lake, was the former residents: of Stake Mr. j i 10 in. Oscillating Electric Fails .
'Sassee, Misses Blanchard and Saseoe scene of a very enjoyable event Turner and his bride have visited! Wve Replying to Mr. V. 1>. "'nlnwrl"ht'8 -- s.00
, served a delicious chicken sal- when the Methodist church gave Starke on several occasions and "i Notice Large wheel Garden Hand Plow /jg

'' ai course with Iced tea to the their annual picnic their many Starke friends will In reply to Mr. Walnwrlght's l Hat and Cold Water Jugs _,__$2.50' to $3.7
v sixteen ladles present The Illan- Cars Jeft the church at eleven learn with Interest of their marriage 1 charges in last week's paper wherehe --
', chard home which !In new, was very and will wish them much !I L '
.: o'clock! that morning for the lake says "That I have erroneously' Fenole and Sprayers at Reduced Price
-: attractive In Its setting of varicolored with ways provided for all to at- : happiness. 1,: been telling: the people I did not
lowers( growing In the tend. A real picnic dinner was I --- -- know that lie was going; to run"-
yard potted plants and beautifully served and during the afternoon J':: :(' 'nvK no.ntH ;MEETINO ; j jOMA.VH snld I did know It." I did not Starke Hardware and
arranged cut flowers In the swimming was enjoyed. These picnics I \\ : CLVtt know he was going to run again:
t' rooms.JU1)GM. given annually by the different to How
are ; rep'r when I made my plans run.
churches of the town, and Last Executive Doard meeting |I coul.1 I know, when he had repeatedly Furniture Co.
AM MICH. A. Z. AI, ). to be enjoyable Club 'of Starke
of Woman's that he
always prove very the told the public
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KI.NH ENTERTAIN, ,affairs.P. will be held Wednesday at 10:00: would not run again. This he ad-
\ II o'clock at clubhouse. Each: chairman -) mits. Then how could I know. -

i A pleasant affair of Saturday K.: ENJOY SWIMMING: : will please have their commit I am very much surprised that Mr. jniiiiuniiiiiiiininiiinitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiii, .iiiiiiiuiiiii iiiiuu inu"m iimiiiiuimuui mini iiniiuiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiin I lL y
. I'AIITV, tee selected BO that same can be Wainwright would make these
night .was the bridge party given announced at regular club meeting Candidate for re-election charges.
/:
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins
by Judge and: the out-going will please meet I have planned since the
Members of the Christian! En- every
at their home to members their '
y bridge club of deavor Society of the Presbyterian with new board, to give Informa- United States Senator last election to run for the as SUPREME SERVICE STATIONNo.

Easter lllllos and other spring church enjoyed a swimming party tion and turn over.. work. sessor's office at this time, believing -
blowers beautified the spacious Thursday afternoon at Morgan's D.\PTIST---W.--1\1.- H.-MEETING--" A MAN of deeds and not It was best for the public, as .
landing at Klngsley: Lake. After well as better for myself. I did this
which opened ensulte
rooms were
\ where three tables for bridge were !a very delightful swim, refreshments -- merely promises. 2 Starke Florida
served. The regular business and pro- .
; arrange!. Candy was served on were ,
I
tables during the evening, Those enjoying this affair were: gram meeting of the Woman's Missionary ABLE, Active, Aggressive,
Misses Carrie Uglow, Patricia Society of the Baptist
At the conclusion of several lively Faithful of
a man accomplishments -
church held Monday afternoon many
Elizabeth was
, progressions of bridge, scores Lamb Beatrice Bullen, .
'
were totaled and the prizes awarded. Williams, Edna Hutto, Carrie Hut- at .three-thirty o'clock at the for Florida. l...
. Mrs. C. A. Knight holder of to, Dorothy Lamb, Helen Merser- church .. .
\ high for ladies, received a boud- eau, Lena Prather Alice Fernan Mrs O. W. Alderman presided TRAINED, experienced, important I -- ,1 1t
, for pillow. Mr. W. M. Walnwrlght dez. Marjorrle Newell and Ina during the business session, and I '
:holder of high for men receiveda Forsyth and Mr. and Mrs. John after all business was transacted Senate Committee as- r l
match holder and ash trey: Mrs Morgan and Wesley Bryan. the meeting was turned over to signments, friendship of all
Mrs,, Seo. O White who led the
\ -- ---- -
J. W. Andrews, Jr. was given a pin
' cushion for consolation and Mr. riA'IIMKKTS: : devotional and also had charge of government officials at Washington .

;1 E. M. Johns for consolation an ash riv IIMIK.TH: : : : the program for the afternoon. and for these reasons
Th ore taken.?. p art i\n_u MIA program ,
I r', trav.The hostess served her guests a Mrs. A. Z. Adkins was hostess were Mesilnmes J. M. and H. L. has a decided advantage over 11 Ii ill ,,2.
.
tempting salad courite. On each Wednesday to the Afternoon Brownlee, C. A. Knight and O. W. new man for effective and 1
s:, plate wa*'placed a bunch of sweet Bridge Club and friends at .her Alderman, The audience was favored -. any ,j f
Those enjoying thin affair home on Walnut street with a solo by Mrs. M. C. successful'service for Florida.
peas.
R s. were: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews A profusion of Easter lilies.dall.llos. Ktlth. Plans were made for an all SEE his campaign folder r I II II
Mr and Mrs. K. M. Johns, nasturtiums and roses day Missionary rally to be held at ; iI
i' Mt-v and Mrs. W M. Wainwright, were used In decorating the screen the church on Friday, June 15th, know the truth about his I
I 6' Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight, and porch where four tables rangedforbrl'igeScores ar with dinner served at the church.This work.
Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Robinson. were meeting which was a ii J\;
kept on dainty fan shaped tallies. "Grandmother's meeting, proved BEWARE of misrepresen-
r JOINS HOMi: SCENE OF When the scores were totaled at very Interesting In every particular tations made his i
by opponentand
AUCTION ItlCIDGH I'AIITY the conclusion of the games; Mrs Mrs. II. L. Brownlee as the I
": E. M. Johns was found to be win- youngest: grandmother; Mrs. Alderman political enemies. Ip'IS

I" The home of Mr. and Mrs. E. ner of high and luncheon was presentedwith set.Mlns grandchild having and Mrs.the youngest"Barbara YOUR SUPPORT will be :
til. Johns was the scene of an enjoyable a lovely
affair Tuesday evening Jeanetto Durden holder of second, Moore having the most grandchildren ; greatly appreciated. I Liberal lrade.InProposition
with
were each presented ;
r/
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lovely gifts. FROM all parts of Florida
. Isumslamlmlmmlmmlmnuuuuusaumml
uulmuuwllmwunanmlleumuunmms Circle number one was appointed come the news that Park
---.H as the flower committee for '
C WALLINSURANCE June I Trammell will win by a very I
onGOODYEARS
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large majority.J .
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L. Underhill
Mr. Robert W. ,Bent ley, campaign j
FLORIDARrprawnta
p' STAUKE
CunilUlatc for Itc-clectlon
manager for lion. Doyle E. Eli Futchof
the Host Leading Insurance Companies I Carlton, writes the Telegraph that County Commissioner -
LIABILITY we were In error last week in stating
FIRE. ACCIDENT, LIFE AUTOMOBILE, BOND,
t: that Mr. Carlton at this time I
ADJUSTMENTS MADK 1'nOSIPTt.YimaiiiiiiiiuimiiiBiitBMiiiBiiiiiniiiiiiii hold the position of city attorney If your old tires are approaching the

,! ''''''' ''' '", ''"'''' Iv Iw I of Tampa, On the subject Mr. GainesvilleCandidate in and sell
.. "" _"''' ''''''' '''IIIII1I11III '' '' '''''' "aBiHimiMimniiiiiiiimiiiiimiiiiiiMii"111"''''' '''' Bentley says! hilltrl't 3, Starke, South "dangerous age" come

"Mr. Cafllon has drawn no pay My record as your county com. We'll
chances for trouble to us.
front the city of Tampa as attorney your

for a at year least a ago year.Mr. Approximately Carlton allow you a fair price for your presentset

! : tendered his resignation as city at- in part payment for brand new
: torney, and from that time until for
: January let all of the city's legal; Delegateto Goodyear AU-Weathers-"The
transacted by other
business was

f Service Was First Reeves members& of Carlton.the firm This was Mabry at, Democratic National World's Greatest Tire." Dependable

the Instance of the city commis- quality at a real saving in tire costs.
sioners themselves by reason of the
fact that Mr. Carlton's associates Convention at Houston Come in today.
were thoroughly conversant with
In Issue and could represent ..Ilnlmmslmminmmumumsmmmnmmmmllpnsoelnmllmnuouumaummmaamlal, '! uummlmlmmmlmoltlilnmemamumwm.' '
points ,
them more satisfactorily than any- Miserable WithBackache from the 2nd Congressional : -=

i, one else.

(: Since our beginning we have built upon our torney"On January was appointed 1st a new and city since at- ? District.

that time neither Mr. Carlton nor
his associates have had any con- Too Often This Warns of

f. integrity and usefulness to our customers. whatsoever.nection with* city government Sluggish Kidney Action. Am unpledged, but will I


We are very Campaign glad; to publish Manager this; EVERYday find nagging you lame backache and! achy vote for someone for the Willys Knight

Thus we have built an asset. correction, as It Is not the purpose headAche and dizzy spells) Are the
ft the Telegraph to make a excretions
kidney too frequent,scanty
mis-statement. regarding any can or burning in puage7 These aM Democratic nominee who

didate. often signs of duggwh J kidneys and "iv'<
' houUn be neglected. I
t "'' ,
. We wish to call your attention to this asset. UM Doan't fill Doan'i. a stimulant can win in November. I
Mrs. II. A. Tucker left Saturday -
diuretic increase the secretion of
for Tampa where she and Dr. the kidneys and thus aid in the '.- ";
Tucker will reside In the future elimination of waste impuritiea. Are H HI Whippet Sixes
You may collect on it. Dr. Tucker who Is retiring from endorsed by users everywhere. 4jfc .
the ministry Is away at this time your IDOAN'S Your Votes will be Ap-
attending the general assembly of I I's.! ; .
f the Presbyterian church in Tulaa
'. .Our banking service merits inquiry by you. Okla., and will later Join Mrs. P'6LOcS predated. i
h Tucker In that city" Dr. and Mrs.
.
Tucker have spent the past four ASTIMULANT DIURETIC .KIDNEYS
t years here where Dr. Tucker was I rbMtr-Mllburn Ca Mfg( Ch.....Dn/e1aNY. 1-
Others have benefitted it.
. by pastor of the local Presbyterian And Fours in- Stock41NINIIIIImINIIIIIl0al1
Ii church and during their stay in -
Starke have made many friends -
1 who will regret that they will not I You-
make this their permanent resi- do not need a lot of money to furnish your home I
I
dence.
. ,. .' comfortably!
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BANK OF STARKE We will make you> liberal terms and low prices .

IT'S TOUR LIVER l We especially invite you to come in,and see ur beautiful iA A r.dKfni)
: A ROLLOF HONOR BANK, When you bilious;>> con.tlpttd.hedachy line of BLUE RIBBON BEDSand, RINGS. New 1 II q II ,YIImIX e.IlNtlm I, m, IA IOIIIIYIYIw I 1 ,Ill II '

\i or dl..", correct this co.- I PatternsNew Colors. ..
- E. S. Matthews, Pres. R. J. Davis, Cashier 1- QUIGLEY&-DAVIS
dltlon by the use of Ln. Pills. Oa. i

pill at night will give' r.il.f-
MITCHELL'S DRUG STORM Hart Furniture. .. k'' j

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, I [of her brother-in-law an;* sister, J Mr. and Mrs G. C. Kruse are -
Mr. and Mr. J. 3. Butler. receiving congratulations on the -
----l arrival of daughter, Wodnexday '
Bits oflocal I Mrs: C.: W. Llddou; :of Jacksonville May 23.'uU.

in spending the week --- -- .
In Starke with Mr and Mrs. 10. S. \ \'orKTflhl) I FOIt GoVIItNOR:

'. Matthews< .\\ Friday SECIALSSaturdayli'leile

: NevConcerning ?( -- Just as you vote for your choice
.., Mrs. C. C. Hoppee of Tampa is for the man you think would make
I the Beasley guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. t. the best governor, you should 1 protect enjoying your visit to Slarkeatlendiriff the political Rally come to
Our People Basinets and at their home on Walnut your health In pure food. Eat Store and take
of
I street. PoinsettIa Ice Cream at Butler's! our u.1lalllage these and many more wonderful bar

I'I Progress of the County and Town. I Mr and Mrs. Pharmacy.Miss i gains. Your dollars will have cents in our Store.
Enoch
I I family of Lawtey: have Orims moved and to -.....& ___ _.h.__ __. .. "'__ ._______ ___

I Iholr cottage at Kingsley lake for Virginia Week! who hat
r '''''OrnG nIWItIMI eft III I"wwwpsseewXOw_- n! the summer. completed her freshman year at POTATOES FANCY LARGE FIRM l O pounds 2Sc

,I, II 'of Stuart was a'' Strickland were visitors I the Woman's College, Tallahassee ..
Saturday Monday to Archer Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Slstrunk of Is spending the summer vacation -
n afternoon.
r Jacksonville, weN Sunday guestsof with her patents Mr. unj Mrs H.

;kl(Eir nvillt'i Griffin' Monday.-was-a visitor derson.Mr. and were Mrs.visitors I. V. Stone to of Starke San- I, Mrs.the G.former's 1\1.' stlttunk.! parents. Mr. and A. Weeks of Brooker. i PEACHES MISSION I BRAND, Large! Cans, 2 for __ Tie

Tue8'Jay afternoon.If Rev. M. C. Stlth and Rev. J. D.
fa, ctrrMand; was a Miss Lillian liarefoot of Sander- Taylor, who have been engaged/; in JARS Mason with Rubbers Ots. 1.05 doz. Pts. 90doz
II I' &,'keonille Mondays elected I will give sou Is! spending the week m Starkeat revival services here at the First ,
.
r you six the home of Mr. and Mrs M. _
days a week P. Baptist church for (the past ten -- -- -------
Rl"rvl'e. .
A: '
SeLEUsed cars from |20 J JI Paid Political Adv. w- Hayes. Barefoot. days left Monday for Newberry
5 au/ Quigley & Davis. where they are conducting are. CHEESE FULL CREAM per Pound 32c
!q!! i Mr. and Mrs. Levy and Allen Canova of Jacksonville viva! '. ,


I C --a Tuesday.businessarksonville viI!!- Tuesday Brooker,afternoon.were visitors Lewis Shrlver to Starke of Starke Eunice ,with C.spent Canova their the, mother weekend Mrs.in what You you are get supposed and get to what pay you for I SUGAR JEST CANE --'- i 10(fPollnd565:


I Mrs. M. Levlton and pay for. I have /given you nix daysa __ __ _... ___ n.______ _
Bniiuileo was a business daughter, Mrs. William P. riandall of Tam-
'I 1IIIss week service In the collector'sofficewill
> r.aiiieBVllle': Monday. ) Rosa were visitors to Gainesville pa, Is spending this week in Starke
r' do the same In the Tax Pickles Andalusia
Tuesday afternoon. Sweet Sour 6 bottle 14c
with her parents Mr. and Mrs J. Asseasr's office E. W. Hayea. Paid or oz. -
M. I
Nets Harvey spent the week- Alvarez: Political Adv. If

lib- i friends.. _In Fernandtna.- Starke sonville J. C.Wednesday.DeBevolae was a business of Sonth visitor Jack-to Judge' anil Mrs.' A. V. Long ands i' Miss Emma Strickland return OLIVES ,Poo Carlos Stuffed 3 oz. Bottle -- -=-1 ISc

Ibrej Duncan of Lake Butler daughter/; Annie of Gainesville : ed home Sunday after spending ,
Sunday In Starke with spent Sunday afternoon in Starkeat .

KSJK.! nesday Mrs. O for A.Richmond Mitchell left Va.last, where Wed the home of Mrs. Cornelia- Long. several, Mrs.days L. A.In Ol'allwith Weekly. She her was sister POST TOASTIES. Fresh Shipment 3 for 25r.J J

she will spend/ sometime with relatives accompanied: to Starke by Mr. and -
Carrantsas of Jacksonville, For Tnx Assessor--E. W. Hayes, Mrs Weekly and children who ,
business visitor to Starke he will give the office/ six days a '"
ga the with Mrs.
spent day Weekly'sparents
'Ily O. C. Cafly Beverly Cady and week. 1'ald Political Adv. Mr. and Mrs. A S. : JELlO ALL FLAVORS Packages! - 25 "
Callle :;:;1 rick Strickland. ,
land were visitors to ,
I.a Nell Dickens of Lake City Green Cove Miss Jean tte Durden of TampaIs _. '
visitor to Starke Monday at- Springs Tuesday afternoon spending: several days in Starko
i with her brother-in-law and sister, Those attending: the MissionaryZone :
">In CLEANSER OLD DUTCH 3 Boxes : 25c
held the Hlver-
Mary Brownlee Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley.Mr. meeting at -
Is ,
spending the side Methodist!" church In Jacksonville ( ,
kill* .1 t Grlffla of Lake Butler week In DeLnnd with her ---
uncle Mrs. W E.Middleton .
Tuesday were
.1 I business visitor to Starke and aunt Col. und Mrs.\ and Mrs W. It. Hoffman of :

In Flitch. J. E. several Clearwater days have 3n Starke been with spending relatives. Virginia\ Weeks and daughter Mrs. J. It Hazel Hitch LIMA BEANS, Osceola.Fresh) ,:. 2 Can--;; 25c J

and daughter Harriet Mrs. W. (I. ._
rcu F Brown of Tampa was Mrs. T. K. Murrhee and Mrs. A.
two chil- Halle, Mrs. A. Wood L.
not' ((0 Starke during the dren of New Smyrna are spending Davis, Mrs. E. M. Rooks, Mrs. U :
DRY) Pale Ale 2 Bottles35c
end .. Murrhee.sometime herewith Mrs. Anna d. Beans.Ninety J. Day F. Kickllter.and Bunch Velvet Wyman and 1\1 re. L. I). Green. CANADA Ginger!! ,

dean June wnd Cuban Flint
' J. Klckllter.. Chtitas and Field Peas J. 'F.
< Seed. It Mrs. Fred A. Scott Is upendlnR Mr. anJ, Mrs. Harvey Long of K 1 1tllter. Oxvdol Cleans Everything .jPacka.es'25c
several days In Ormond the guest Jacksonville 'Hjavw bean recent I !
rl Johns of Jacksonville spent of her son-in-law and daughter guests at the home of Mrs. Long'n .
I, iy In Starke with his par- Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Carnell. parents, ilr. and Mrs 'W. M. Ed- Visitors at the 'Starke )o ::1'IE>rl-
I Mr and Mrs. S. R. Johns. wurcla. went Station on Sunday were Mr. PALMOLIVE SOAP,'reg. bars Z5c
Mrs. Kate O. Jones 'Of Bruns .J. C. Nash au'-! Mr. Joseph ft the I !! 1Qc, :

trey Penney and Clayton wick. J. A. Aiiul spent Sunday In Jack- Columbia! Naval: ,,Stores: Company. : _
sonrllle .and was accompanied: Savannah: Ga., nir. Curl 1' .
home by Mrs. Saul ..who had been I secretary: of the Pine Institute open'l New EARLY ROSE POTATOES Per Pound --Sc

spending a few days in that city a visitor during the past w I .
with her slater Mrn. Trlgg. W. W. Ashe of the Forest Service -
GARY FORD REVUE tn Washington 'was also a recent

Sunday's Tlraen-Tnlon carried a visitor at the :Station;:; On May I KRAUT Vati-CamD LarcCans!! 2 for - 25c

TEMPLE THEATRE photo ..tlf little Miss Nina Richards 30, Mr. T. D. Woodbury, of the .
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Forest Service olure In San Francisco -
lllshop the ten nituitha old daughter -
F. KlclredRe; of
and I.
of Mr. and .Mm. H. A. Bishop Cupt. ;
the Superior! Pine Products Cnm-
at Fargo, Ga., called at the
MAY 31-JUNE1 Carey Shlnglen", ""The shingle local T\any office 1c SThPFfl
that never curie $7.00 per
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8:30 P. .JACKSONVILLE squarv. !. Jones Lumber & SupplyCo. I ..__ ___._ __ -- ,


BIGGER SHOW-BETTER: SHOW : Tbju Bishop Imlldlng: on South CENT A 'NORCOLUMN n
1'01l.JVill Like It VViiLuut atre\"t. formerly used aa a
I
bakery IslielnK remodeled tor a

Prices $1.10 and $1.65 Mail\ Orders Now grovery store. U Is reported either .
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a. Clover Leaf or A. &: P. chain J

Summer Classes June 25-August 4 store: will occupy the building. 'FOIl RENT--Cool, bay front, sev- -.--. ._- -

Iii Fruit Jars, rubbers tops At Klck- en room home romtortribly furnished J r In NeT York City.The rlifht to rejm Any and all Mill.Ity ', Itlrhi.i-d LeRoy Wright fit Starl<.\
,
reasonable for the Hum amount of bond offered for ordrr of the City Council of h'liiilila, who on Slay 26, 11)23.) inane
Studio, King and Oak Streets llter'a. fialu In ilo.M>000 and the principal the "Mly of Starka Uriulfortl, county. llniiiKHlead {Kiitry. N". 01HU89. for
__ mer. Mary McLaughlin realtor : of ..a'" City llonclx xhull he duo .arid Florida. !'i'nil"IK nut iiuullor' of gontlteaatnuarlor
King and St. George SSts., St IIIy."I". In series from one 10 Ten P.! 1". T trOOVRR '.' Kftrtlon Township 1 SoutkLunge
Mr. and .l'>trs. W. ;M. Wainwright Augustine, Florida.. 511i'WANTEDTwo 'eare ........JonUv(>ly.. from date" thereof CMmlrnmn of City Council of City ( 2.1: i Unit, Tallahassee MerlitHI .
tenth of said Hum each .
tine
and little daughter and year of HlnrknATTICST' linn flied Hotlre of Intention to
._Olds} will. _be nrueptrd! l up to ,8;",ot'b'IM'rll : ;nnike;: :
visitors to
.,""i'"i.Jt wuuiiiun,Miiuiiiuiiimiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin,uuiim/ iiiiimiiiiiuiiimimiiwimiiiiimuii iimirniiN ii W i iiiiu"flitiii iiiiii', Miss: Ethel GrUfln. were fl v m. till: June 2',th 92 C. A KUTCIt Thrfe-y'nr Proof to xutahllnkrlitlni I
Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. : ,Ispnelt t to the land above dram 1/1'd 1>
$6 : three-room nre required to
or Clerk of the Council of buforc lloiclMtur' of Unttucl !'' '
City the .Ilealand
Starke Hdw. & Furn. Co. rl apartment for two adults prefer City with 'Council(", A. ]PMtcli.lit terke.an Clerk Florida of call, i a of Htnrke. B-a5-St-6-23 Pity 0111,-., lit rtalnopvlll". Pi M"Hi i.
Sherwin Williams P a J.n t I, sleeping perch and private bath cfrtlllert rhcrlt cal to 6 per cent on Mm titll day of July 1931. .
"Standard of the World" Ask any of the'amount on)bid.: Held 1 check the < OMCH foil 1.III1I.U'\'I'IO" Cliilniiint nanm/i. wltn' v'e,
year arouail must b* reasonable. to thu 'ltv Couni othe Will Star Htarke Florid,
which be likes best. imvabln
HIRAM HELL, Manager painter paint I Reply Box 711-Starte' 6183teSTItA city of Stiirke I.rudford: county henry 01'111I'" of Htarko.. t'I 1.u ,ids"
It's a safe bet he will Bay SWP.' t FlitrMn. Serial No 01806'I .loe (lillllH. of Stnike Floi liUliuirntio .
w I Jones Lumber & Supply Co. n"tmrln'nt. of the Interior, U. H. (.IrllUn.' nf Stark 1 41 I ,da.| ,
I All Itldilpra shall Htindfy the '" at Unlrl""vl". Kloilda,
: TEl> OR STOLEN--Three Ma"1l5" '' OEOHUU C. i I'Ftt iM623Ota22.
,
nmnunt of 'iertla bud for and the 1928.NCTICIO :! .
I .
\Dupont Duco-All Colors, Standard Prices Mrs Dale H. Vansickel and Mrs. head ol small cattle mark crop I lira wKhln! which the l blddere wllcomplywith 1 Ie hereby given that ft vlKtor.
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th ri-of litter _._. _. ',
two bi and fho terms --'--'- to
sjilits one ear under
Robert McClfillan and daughter Ie I hv the acid Clerk of .
notice given
Garden Hose, lOc per ft. Kathyrn, of Gainesville spent last slope in the other. HuJtabla re- i,mill, cnanull that *t livery can be IWINUIpINNIWIN iiiiiuiiitfuuimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiittiHBfiHiHiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiUH i; / / 'I IIN/NIAYINibu/ ,> i;:Ti"',muituuii uiiiiiiuimi"niniitiiiunnHliiiviiinRi
'ater Thursday In Starke with Mrs. Van- ward iDfTerrd. A. II. Green. mine. :.
coolers all sizes from to cheaperIce .
cheap j .. .
[ check above referreilto
slckel's parents. Sheriff: au..! Airs.V .. Starke. Fla. 618tf. The c rtin/ il .
I I. to ke iIopriBlteil an a guaranteeof
Cream Freezers at Reasonable Prices \ J. Epperson. campllmiua. writ h the bid nubinlttxil. Why Experiment? .
.ALL PKRBONS: Are warned under and. 10"the event of the soeet.nce .
I
I of Burnt bid and the failure -
Mrs. L. .A. Weekly and two ..penaltyK law not to .trespass or m Clio, pert of the bidder to ,1'1' I
'- iiiiiiiirhere iuunnwnnlllwullWWIIIWINWWNINmrpuuuuuUplmunaluNNlAu'' ''' hllJren of Ocala, and Mrs. Oeo. cut tlm.'berOII1' lands lowned by foinply with the termn thereof name Vote for II. H. WIGGINS, whose record in financing \ '..1,
Pasteur of Anthony, were guests ulrall be ronnlUi-rnd MB liquidatediVimawPK I
:ane on Green Cove Strings road. : retained by the cald
and bo
Wednesday of Mrs.Veekly'* ? Council.5xid and school Administration cannot bo questioned Read 4*
City
It. H. Maloney 5-18-41.\
W. Itayes.
Mrs. K.
-- sister homlii are issued| under Chnp- .
I Irr ItflH.fIt igeneral, law of the statement b. #
Florida and Spanish Peanuts. J. SEWING :MACHINES Singer 11I 21:! Act at the "'101'1<1. trfiKlalaturennd :
,and other standard.mafcjen'! thoroughly tn he Imiued for the purpose of 1?1

Banking is PleasantAND I F. Klckllter.Mr. ; reconditioned aaJ In perfect Inn nnntKnic and the Improving(Trading,' ) the hardnurfao-certain InnrMrAnr hralnnlna; of mr term of ..ltl.. Jan 1, Ml: '11._." I n
sewing order, Satisfactionguaranteed. .tr* te In tke (1tr of BUnrke. Bradford .
and Mro. 11. D Alvarez and county 1'lort-la. Imlrbteilnrae lli-t"l>.. J, Illy''I. when nlon ruunlr dlldrrt ) ;

I children and: Air. and Mrs. M. IL at ten dollars. A.,otJlereupcto'f.ow.cash ifipeclals'' thlr- The. ald'CltyCouncll teaerve the Cnlmi county took Mrtobrr I, IIMI: __. __________?.__.-. /
: Lang of Jacksonville were week- I
end guests of Mr. and Mrs Leonard ty-n>e. Terms! if'desired. Mall MnwMuIaluan.laltlIIINIIIWNn pIIWINApIN.t5tIIWN.anWlLAND' '...>ln. 1I..U"rol October I, 11.:11. ...._?_______--__ 82./1/

ServicePromptandEfficient V. Moore. Write order: us promptly for information.attended W. to.II. 1 I I j l.d.hte4. now ._ --u_-_- _

Misses Eunice Perkins Elizabeth Moulton 913 Forest St. Jacksonville Antmnt paid during ntjr mlmlnUlrallon ________u -_ 1T.AO4.W '

Kendrick and -Mrs. J, Lamb at- / Fla. 5-1B- SURVEYINGSubdividing No standing ln J my
tended commencement exercises of 1111 ran..n.
the University of Florida In LOST-Tire and rim 8f x7. _4t.1 Drain- one Number to'eight lit months terms of "chool. haD been Increased from.. f'

I I. Gainesville Tuesday. of 15.0V: for return. to ; I rem I .have uranlced an efficient and economical tran.portatlon ay.

I Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Ztrannen an-1 P1 Davifl. 3terkn.Remember I age systems ---The"..., .""""* hn<1 B<> "." llteil one achool when I came Into of- r
There are many ways of conducting a bank- i I son, and Howard Jones of Atlanta Accurate Work the making.I nnow It. ha. one Snnlor and Junior with other Junior In I;

g business'along safe, sound lines. We believe In,Starke Ga. are with spending Mr. and several Mrs. J.days W. 1 H. EL. LagergrenStarke I f County have Mae organized ae...... tn the high work.choot."" that nearly- every. child In the.

Morgan. can It d.T have done these thing. 'I. It not reasonable 1 to "PP<>.. I'I I &;
even better next
termr
to Vole for Fla.
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that showing our customers our appreciaion .. Mr. and Mrs. C. D Shank and Experience counta In private bucinea.; why not In pubUo oMr..? 1

of their business and little daughter Betty Lewis, of J _ __ 1AaXAMIwa.,, ...//1-11I.11II1111I1111I.h'.' / "" '' .,....,....,..... ._ .... 'm.. ... '
by our manner gen- Jacksonville, spent Sundat In ----'J''I' / / !''' ''''' ?''' '''

Starke with Mrs Shank's mother. Ernest Amos
ral atmosphere of our bank is a pleasant way.y Mrs. R. L. Lewis.
STARKE FOLKS '''
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giving a full financial service! efficiently and The summer school for teach- for .Comptroller By E. Corpening -
er's examination will begin June 4. *

'tted to the needs of Starke and Bradford Price Work will will.be be $1.60 given per in all month.It grades.. tif.W 'WANT MARRY TO MY fAMlUVI
S. S. BOWLING The best in the tIIJNT t
man race '
ounty backing *R JvV
we believe we are properly up > -

Certo for making Jelly. J. F. GEE D ODRPENING5DRUG .. w
hl's pleasant and accommodating manner. Klckllter.Mrs. SOBER SAFE SANE. : AWAYQ Y1at1/ LEouR6 STORE


If finite A. E. Wall and son, William Paid Political Adv. / '
you like this kind of banking service we C Is
Duncan, and A. E. Wall.MO._Jr.,, / ( R eLIABILITY' I :oJ'

you to convenience. I' left Thursday for springneia NOTICE or SALE OK *Ie.ove.ee.Ix I .' .r ( ---, .. "
call on us at your where they will enjoy a month .. v. 1
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PEHCB'VT CITY OP 8TAIIKB .Y. ;:::0.; < ."
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with Mrs. Wall's parents. d ::0.'" .
visit .
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novnsHarabr !, \. f -.I ,. '" I
Judge A. Z. Adklns State's At- I -..... ..'._ ,.. .
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A. tt." ".11. : 1 I
V. Knight, Col. D. E. <
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torney H. notice (m-s\t\ n that the : i ; .
attending City Council of th. '\ ,. .' ..::;- 4'r( .
Knight and J. L. Peek In Union are county Bradford county Cl1.of will Vitark re-,; J..l : _, ::::L _. __ -. -:;.. ,-- .. ,

BRADFORD COUNTY BANK I this circuit week. court of celva$10,000.00 sealed of hid Cltr* for of rh'i 8tark: purchaa Bond.. t I f Wherever a family lives the service of this drug'' .' -

up to and Including, the 15th -
of Jane, A. T>.. 192 Hold City da"l Co ning'a
:Mr. and Mrs. Jack Briggs and are to be dated the Flat day of store Is needed.: Wherever rover lingers there t\ rr ,Drug Store
Bradford StrongholdSTARKE children of Jacksonville were visitors January or July of the year leeued are
,Cow1Ey's'Finincial \ to Starke Thursday after- and are to aerial bonda of 't.- I .
-. } noon enroute to Klngsley lake. b.ar 000.00 Int..r.et denomination at tile each rat. and of Biz are p.r to comforts needed. Whenever you visit 'this store "The Service Store"

Cent p.r annum payabi..emt-an-
FLORIDA Hastings Prolific Cnbano Flint and nualir July, on of th.each Fir.t year day with of January Int.r.atcoupon. you'll find something new you need. Starke, Fla.
Md Mexican June Corn. J. F. attached. The principal and
Intereat of eald City bonda are W
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.. and tank or is set to one, he knowsno that
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,1, f.J.--: -_'-' _- _. _-- _". __ jiWas North or Inated the protection for its own of protection the people in stop, rest or delay until the time in which the ttiif !

Africa''fj; task is accomplished. He Is tireless mini) "?
our community.The whom he haH I ,J
t
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Farmers & Farming vaccination Is simple, inex- point, progressive and quicker, apt.to quick come to to seea a i and ed thorough I .,,': ,'I ''J'I'' '' .t
effective
It Is 'I
Real Home of Jazz} cnslve and painless. conclusion. .
II "r
," or a year or longer. Any veter- Because he can't be bullied.hllln'ed paths of life ,V |I", I ,
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narian can perform it. to travel in Hi", "II II
bribed bought coerced
Ity AfrriciiIUirul I Editor) : Vaccination! of the dog which bit wheedled or capoled Into any pano News "' "

." -- .. '11 lint Timmons and his family measure or thing which he thinks
: .niilJ have cost somebody a dolor should or should not be done and ,) "
,, Farmers and Truckers Arc Invited to Contribute Articles ..:t> ir" two. The bite of this dog If a mistake Is made, he acceptsthe ---
Her it was mad cost Slim over and does not
responsibility
of, Farm Experiences and Methods FoundTo ,. 100 and a lot of trouble. puss the buck to some subordinate. Say it with

Be! Best Suited to Our Country "t;. Every dog in a community Because he is loyal to his friends Flows
III. lilch Is worth keeping is worth considerate of his fellow man and Flowers For
!. II. urrlnatlng. If we value our dog stands unalterably with his con- All
.-- - .- :;-' >' xhould have It vaccinated. If victions. OccasionsGertrude
> do not value It, we should dls- Because In a public career of ov-
CAN GROW GREEN ,",se of it. This Is a protection not er I thirty years In the state of Flor-
.j iily to dogs but also to humans. l.la. there has never been even a ;
whisper against his moral character fodbeyAnderson <

FEED ALL YEAR IN I f fx The news dispatch from Dar- and his bitterest enemies have
never been able to prove a single
telling that Polk county cltus -
"W thing that would stand the honest
tl STATE SAYS ; growers have reoeived more scrutiny *.1 a disinterested Investigation. Phone 39
BROWN Wal,0
,
';Man, sas6lnterestu6 their last I ( r

-- .. ----- i op a and Illustraive Because he has accomplished ...... R .-.......
]>"lr>'nion of I the Stale "'I.ellllll"I''I Florida dairymen should use ; It showed what the citrus -
{.* Mum.* \INtIlcNftlySa home grown: grasses silage, and ndnstry means to Polk county at
t >.N i\; |>rrt.QalneHvllle forage crops as the basic ration for he same time that it evidenced
-- their cows, In the opinion of Mr. l ;y f 0 Ho marked: agricultural development -
"; Klu.-Dairymen' of Brown Dairymen In northern there has been there.
Florida annually send millions of states use hay and silage as their .
dollars out of the state' for feeds basic feeds during the long winter itffFk : proving a wonderful yearn
/ which would not he needed If I the period, but just an noon as the ; ; I the Industrial history of Jack-
r. right kinds of graven feeds were growing season comes they take ;
., planted Hiiys llamlla L. Drown, advantage of green feeds. onvllle. The papers have an-
extension dairyman of the Agricultural Not only Is It possible to grow ,ounced enterprise after Indus- Y
" Extension Division. green crops all of the year In this I rial enterprise establishing plants p4M
'','r, Mr. Brown halt lately secured state but It Is being done by some ii branches there. Of course, D o p U
, <4; figures from a number of dairymen of the more enterprising dairymen kJI 4 lacksonvllle has geographical loiitlon o
of the state regarding the cost of : he says. Dull In grass, Vase ; ; ; but it takes 'more than
s
,- home crown; feed compared with grass; and carpet grass make B nere position to make- metro-
;[ foods bought from other sections' green pasture the year arpund in noils. This sudden imetus did: not
ft<" v of the country. He Is convinced the northern half of the state,
Hp that too many dollars are leaving points out Mr. Drown and when lappen accidently. Behind It all
SET, >, Florida each year for feeds that properly managed and fertilized j initiative on the part of busl-
<
r ) which: might; be grown at home. the northern half. growth of every city is dependentupon

fe- One of the commercial feed com- Crops that will do well in the human personality, says the
a ?panics has issued a chart giving winter and furnish valauble feed Orlando Sentinel. of
K information about the needs of are rye, oats, barley, the vetches, every working day somebo
8! 'dairy cows. This chart states that
certain varieties of Canada ,
peas
I", in cow giving two gallons of milk Melllotus, rape, and such root' \VK; AKM Foil HATHAWAV I buys Bllick -Year after
j 'jL day does not need any gain at all crops as rutabagas, turnips, stock year
F If she Is kept on a flush green pas- beets and carrots. These crop'I 1 1I
!r> lure. There are many such cows may be used In all parts of the t. I Ilerause he Is the only one of the wins twice as many buyers
1' In the state, but most of them are state. Such feeds keep the cow candidates' who has had successful
being fe-J high-priced feeds instead In the best condition besl'Jes' saving I .ixecutlve and administrative ex- other fine car
of the green/; pasture. big feed bills says Mr. Drown .iorlence and who has been able took any
-- -- ------ -- ) back on his work with com-
STATE PLANT: IlOAltl l''invmTM HAHWIIITKKLY NOW A few Anrhersonla'Jozen cultures useful of the Yellow mendable pride at the results of Buy your Buick with the knowledge know one reason for its t.

KK.ADV HUt IHMTIUIiUTIOXOalnesvllle )! : gainst the cloudy-winged whltefly only, his work. that the overwhelming ity-it excels in beauty."

are also available and will be included _.-... Because he has been the arbiter majority of America's fine car minute you drive it you'!]
if his worked
having
own career
Flu.--Whllefly fun- In shipments going to localities the wise further
buyers are making same cover a reason-it
t
gus may he obtained at time Infested by this JuT'but.ED.q'Al ils own way from a poor farm boy,
whltefly.
any D E1rnt turning by hard labor the moneyto selection and enjoying the same in vibrationless perfonr
now from the Entomology Depart. If there Is sufficient rainfall the
ment of the State Plant Hoard according fungus may be Introduced now,, I I continue his education until to- wonderful satisfaction. And when you compare t '
to Dr. lay he stands as a country-wide you'll have the full .
; an announcement from Herger/; says. Fungus obtainednow J J-.kj ito
Dr. E. W. Berger, entomologist may be kept for several weeks :authority in educational matters. This most brilliant of fine can nowhere is there a car fiDt
(' iwmtanAbt. noti4fyo\ ( horrlaA4/ tell\ miffn-tr Hut" I I lore Because he follows no groove or so
This fungus, when applied during If set In a dry cool place, or for jo your yur 'f1A. I rut In problems that come before enjoys two-to-one leadership dependable at a price so t
the period of summer rains. Is several months if kept in cold stor its field and has maintained
very effective In checking the development age. New Theory About heard," says Mr. Lachesnez. him but solves them or cuts themto ably low.
of the common whltefly "The Berbers who are white hill the desired end and sets precedents leadership, not for a week or a.
and cloudywlnged whltefly of cit llCKU.V:: MCI';) KILMCI; ) American Music Ad- tribes have a certain freedom in II aside to get successful results. month, But year in and year out The! judgment of Amencsnc

rus. It has been lined by the Florida fly HOmUM FMK'UIDKOalnesvllle vanced by SteamshipHead their music, which the people of Because when he sets himself to the early days of the industry. mighty good judgment to b
the Congo don't have. So the
do
citrus growers with good success i on.'And America, by 11
Electrical refrigerator exportso
In the past.A Fla.--Sodium fluoride Moors. The music of the Congo The minute Buick you'll one vote tells 11
culture of the fungus la IIIf.ficlent is always ominous full of the ,. foreign countries last year increased you see you to buy
to treat properly applied to chickenswill New York City.-That, contrary suggestion! of evil and periL Thatof remarkably. The 1926
one acre of whitefly prevent a lot of trouble from SEDANS J1195 to J1995 r COUPES f 1195
to J18M
Infested trees. The to the usual belie North North Africa invites to dancing figure was $1,443,732; It jumped "
culture In one dollar. Directions price fora poultry lice, says J. R. Watson, en- Africa rather than the Congo is 'and merry-making. The Ouled- to $3,684,981 in 1927. The SPORT MODELS$1195 to $1325Uprint
tomologist of the Florida
Experiment the home of lazz. is the Nail dancers of Morocco
are Rant with each shipment. When Station. of.Felix Lachesnez-Heude opinion officialof a rhythm which an American danceto north temperate zone affords the /....riml.Mich.,gormrn.*!lax to 6*added73e G.M.S l:fmma pla*{
desired, shipments will be madec. The louse Is a biting Insect and the Compafrnia Generale tunetmith could easily convert host market for such products the JttiraM*.it available.REGISTER .
o. d. feeds around the bases of the Trail sail antique which is turn- .1 into a foxtrot. United Kingdom leading the sales

ins the Moorish palaces of North 'Go Home and Tell Your list with $419,368.Greenacres I
-'IIUB""llIlIllIIIlttIIlllI"II"I""llIIllIn"IIU'II""I1I"IUI"' / "' III"1lI'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"IIIIIIIIIIII'"II' < IIUIIIII'IIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIII"IIIIII'111111I111I1111'1111' """" '" ,iiTi( Africa into modern hotels for the Mother an American tune .
increasing asing which t bear played by Yankee City-New Free :Meth MOTOR CO.
orchestras in many of the hotels odlst church her dedicated.
each tear in Morocco, has the very same or -
"The rhythm of the Moorish lilt. Incidentally American music Cross City-Work progressing STARKE, FLORIDA
and Berber dancers sounds more is the only foreign music the rapidly on construction of new
T. J. like the rhythm of the modern Moroccans understand. Doesn't Methodist church. WHEN I1BTTEH AUTOMOBILES ARia BUILT BI7ICK WILL BUILD
dance than any music I have that prove a sort of kinship 7"
,.. i I ....... --. -.-,-_.-
-- ---- --" =rL. '
1 a feathers on scales and other re ;in ... few minutes.
Solutions
I fuse mutter from the of the
II skin of chic
actors
I acetate require
L ken ken. This pest lives on the chic I longer, as tills salt Is usually somewhat dis Take a
constantly explains Mr. Wat solved In the n
same
3 f I son. It Injures the chicken chief per sulphate manner as cop-
KNABBCandidate ly by irritation as It crawls over ter. by suspension In wa-

: the skin. Your chickens are unable
to dust themselves thorough The adhesiveness of the copper
ly, hence they are the chief suf acetate spray solution can be Increased -
ferers. by the use of geljline./; This I
Sodium fluoride has been use/J addition is esjieclaly helpful It the
In this state neutral salt Is used. The basic I
for State with good results. It acetate -
Senate
,, may be used alone on the hen or it will be found more adhesive
may be mixed with flour to leslien in either case. '
the amount required. It costs The folowiog amounts of mater from theEngineer
Baker and Clay Counties about I 60) cents a pound but sucha ials will be required for I)gallons
small amount is needed that the of spray solution: water, 48 gal
ultimate cost is very low. lons; stock solution of copper ace.
This dust is most economically tate, two gallons. If gelatine Is
(TWENTY-NINTH SENATORIAL DIS- applied to fowls by the pinch meth added use one gallon, of a gelatine -
od. A pinch of powder Is dustedon solution made by dissolving
TRICT.) the head, one under each wing, four ounces of gelatine In one gal
one on each thigh, one around the lons of water, and 47 gallons of

two vent,on one the around back. the breast,' and solution water plus of the acetate.two gallons Further of Infor-stock and keep tour Car well oiled//|

I have served you four years in the state sen- An Important condition is controlling mation Is contained In press bul-
ate. If chicken lice is letin 361 of the Experiment Sta-
you again honor me by electing me your fowls abundant opportunity to give the to tion. .

state senator, I shall stand for: dust themselves, adds Mr Watson.
For this purpose dust air-slaked I AT the
r opportunity
Strict economy in the expenditure of all lime ashes, or any light, dusty Ill'llAb COMMON SENSE every
material is suitable. Fresh slight J By Spuds Johnson I
public funds. careCullyoverlW
ly damp earth in which to scratchor I STANDARD engineer goes

Improvement of our public schools. dust for chickens.should allways be provided -1 DOGS SHOULD BEVACCINATED locomotive with the oil-can.

TOl'HEVENT ;

Building of good highways-will work for illAI'i': )))S"'JIS: ; RABIES seeing that each moving part

the early completion of state road 28 and lateral .cO THOIIJ.OP ('OJ;>)I'I.nCJT.TI) :BY I'SK! ; <; used"Mad dog! Mad dog!" Those has sufficient oil to prevent

roads to connect with them. to be and still are to a certain
up extent, words of terror. People careful wi itl
Gainesville Fla.-Grape growers scurry to places of shelter and friction. Arc you as
Adding a referendum clause to all local of the state should begin mak- grab their guns to kill the affected

measures which tax levies. Inic: DrennrnHmia. tnrunravintr. .. '.i..' ,.i I... animal whenav the rrv I* ... mi- your car? Do you "think" YOB
carry ------------ -- -v.- -- '
crops with copper acetate to ed. And well they may, For"th'bite
pre-
I And I shall oppose any reforestration law vent damage during the ripening fatal of to a humans mad dog unless Is nearly treatment always : have plenty of oil), or do yp1)

that attempts to exempt lands from just taxation "ripe-rot"period from fungi one, declares or more Dr.of G.the F. is Old taken immediately. KNOW? Keep your cranked!
Slim Timmons
and his wife
Weber the ,Florida associate plant pathologistof and two children were bitten by a filled ,with "STANDARD", t/lt/
, If nominated experiment Station. mad dog only the other day. All
and elected, I shall carry with Control of these diseases Is four of them are having to take a / 'II resistialr ?

t b $ me to the office of state senator a spirit of public somewhat difficult on account of, total of 25 injections each In a high-quality heat-
the mature condition of the fruitat treatment to prevent fatal effects I
J
service .
and
shall discharge my duty with- the time of Infection and the of rabies to themselves. This ) motor oil.
It\ i y out fear and above reproach. rapidity with which these diseases treatment will cost each of them 1\ 1 T

r may develop. Spraying with Bordeaux |25 or more or a total of at least is.,
I mixture is not satisfactory $loo, In addition to the time lost
( because of the residue left on the and the suffering caused. -

j Your support'and vote will be greatly ap- fruit. For this reason the acetate Spring and summer seem to be I STANDARMOTOR
sprays are recommended.
''a time when rabies are especially f
preciated. There' are two acetates of cop- 'prevalent in dogs probably be- 4:$ '
per that may be used for
this cause there are more dogs running
spray the basic and the normal. free at that time. They have been
the basic acetate usually occurs in OIL
kept
, up pretty well during the
> Yours small amorphous lumps or in

very respectfully, granulated winter hunting season. ice'
form. It does not
complete Rabies
can be prevented in dogs
t, ly' dissolve in water but has an Inconspicuous by having the dogs vaccinated

olive-green precIpi- very much as person Is vaccinated Er.ry time you tiara gallon ofgaolln
I. tate. The normal acetate Is in the for the prevention of
), ,,\ T. J. KNABBPaid form of crystals and resembles cop By having your dogs vaccinated smallpox. youpaySftc per gallon Florida Slate and/fupcefton Tax
per sulphate. It dissolves completely against rabies you are protectingnot
In water. only the life of your dog but
Stock solutions of copper acetate the lives of human beings. Maybe
containing a pound: to the gallon your dog is a valuable one. Then STANDARD OIL CCCMPANY
should be made up according to
Political Adv. the you should certainly have It vaccinated -
quantity of
solution
spray re for Its own profectlon.

__' ''''''''''"n_. .rs.mn" sr sman.5riipea' '' ''mm, used quired.the solution If the basic can be acetate prepared is Maybe it Is not quite so valuable. INCORPORATED IN KENTUCKYr"
Anyway you should have It vac-


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ji v I-;l. 10S8- __ ..__ ___ __ niiAPFonn COUNTY TELEGRAPH sT.\nK:, FLORIDA, __ .. .. -
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-- I I nan, H.: :Housh; and W.: ;; Harrell, l Clioult ..Florida, to tit"me ., ''I a

I i I luxpeotors. before the Hmiornble. A. Z. AilUmn,

POLITICAL | f.-lg-at-6-l. 0. W. ALDERMAN Clerk Jiidg-n of the said Court, at Sniki-.

cements Boudoirland : ]1 Banff the Summer Rendezvous, Has Neiv Attractions 1 1I In Brndfinit eniiiitv', Florida a IHIH-

nnoiin .NOTICE 0V FINAL I IICIUttGnI tf.In the i'foyssaici Circuit. on I lie,

WITH o I ith day ut.atay. ,\. \u 1S38. HI 'I i 1. II
I Notice Is hvrvhy given that. sixtyuiiu.yu. uclook A.\I: why xuiil bonds sin.\ma
nil'nl Hare .. 7zL ,uftvr diito :hiMcof.; : I t he .uitdor- "JRj.fcLX111'1"1'; (."'' ".tlrmed
..m...menu will xlKiu-d Kxxiutur (.t the last Will and I TllfiiSIfl!: AUK rHKltl.b'DIUB: : to .'.HImniia ,", -
followi you. nn.l it-h ,,.r ,' hut.
the
i i v ut Testament of Mrs. Sulll.- MalphuiH.ducitHMi'd 'UII are -
i.xcept Will pnisant my vouchers by ratio irod tu I'S uiul 1 b-
II
,,,'h. t mil Final Account to the llonorablnico li.io, th> ll.inni.ihlsj, : A. Z..P'X'J.k ,,: .
I .\. liarilln.T, County Judite of I .ltldge of time isiii.i' <:'ouit tit StarkltrHdfort.i ,-.
: I Hiiulford .'nuntyXlcarida, for his couiuj. I'loiulu:I, on the
,. ,I ,I ii, $INA10ltr : eI\\: ni>pro\'u! and ask to 1m discharged 17th day of May \ n. 1 nN.:' ; it TH II
1 1 IfMI. Electors I '' ,>,' "",'h Kxeviitttr.: 4 I' 'luck A. M. and H't i. .,' tunh.., ,if any
II District #( '" Thli lath day of May. 132HJ. yu'ui have why said i I. ,|Is """" hi lI..t
I "thy] .solicit : 'ltis\ : 'I Cf. POI'I'Kl.l, \nlldatod and .-m nu-il. nthcrlxv -
In, In June prlii 'r\ Kxi'outor: T.ast Will I i a tidTcuttitiii'td \\ the I I\U..atloll" < i i hu mud, n''.
'nutor for .",'" : of: Mm. Sjilll. lit Ion will be taken"- ufcs-., d| |1V:

i inca i the counIT Xlalphxiiri, ocuastid.! you.IT'
I utrord.uwT'r IS-HI-7-13. IH ORDERED that < ''JI nut'.obo '.
I M. JOHNS '- published once a Week r TliMii
,i'H-K lit' si-imoi. ULuriiuV consecutive weeks bnfoiu, o 1,111day

if of May, A. i>. 11)38 I In I 1.1:: Urudfoi -

III u.n i tiT.TIVH I I It?' thn power vested In them b)' d AiuiUy Ti'li'ttruph n .' ,'Skly
till) II', n tu the I ili" laws of Florida the Board of newspaper i>ul>ll"b.!,:d rldt tirko' ,
hit"' for Hepreseni \ I I'ublli' I liiHtiuctloti of Bradford couniiy. Until. fold Cuiinly.t and liatth
',, be Kll-Mt piibllcutlon l be ut I iIdlKhtnoii
i .t "nty. horebv mils an election to
i, \olnrs at the com1'ilmary I lii-ld In Hampton. Special Tax School days before. I lint, 17th II i ty
II election nistrlct nn Juno n, 1818, for the puri of May, A U. 1928.!)
In ..ollcltln mmof three trustees trout WITN10SH my hum"! iiinl. tho xi'.il I
> i12X. eluctlnii
'I. i i
.I I ; : of the I'livult intuit nf BriKlfmd" .
i i"i'nmlne If elected.I i iicnenslnir' tl i> nilllnva for the ensu- I
.rvlco-R"lve me two County Florida: thin tho 20(1), d.iy ,
I IIIM yonrs.i
I n.u make my .. i |i-nr the purpoHC of hold In, acid of April. A. L). 1028 ,'

.I. ". .. expiration of .led Ion 11.lU 1tIH. J.V.. 'I' altera U. W. A LDI1tylANCloth : ,
.: t't' 1 drum Court, fur
well J. .
me, HI and II. HodRTFs are RlpliiIteutit
to
ii' Rouge i
for .
ares full fact. 1 Bradford I'uiinty 1"10..1.111.I i
-iithful, servant. '".'"I1R"'S.
I I a (Rouge .. .\. a cniawti.
area fur thin ta".. A 11. SPRHKNi'V,
." .it your support. ,
Hollfltur fur IVtltlolli'l i-5 7 It: -: ItI
3. T. BARNES. Rauiie area far. normal' tuco. < Chairman I I'totcni.
ItIr.1 Zii 1 ----L.\\ /. II. n. WIGGINS
SonQuen IIN1) 'HIMIOM II' >l\\ t l,\ll>:'lt\';
myself a c.n1. :\ : IN=1 lltR CIIKIKS :Si.:.i.,:.'.t.ury! _ 511.5t:1
... 'I'i' nice .- INOI"N WdElt'fri : '" "IJt= crI I Thts I. to r.otlfv; you that I will
of Ilepresentai .- .....-.__.......-" --- .
1. iillce\ is making up the checks # <<' : : : not 1 bo responsible foi any debts.iiintrncts .'
d i Legislature, art I I I. ; checks or draft. foi, moneyiiiadii
upon" the support practiced oy a minority ot MI'i'ui-: or siii-mri'"s: !' 8\1.11 by my \V"e.1... riulcrhlll.,
lectors of blondea with unsavory repu- I point unit ai the outstanding links ot Him Iinv I n ir already left nml ,abandoned

,. Nowaday. nine out ot ever North Auicncn Many of the holes Notice Is hereby given' that the my Il bod and board"

J. u. FHAZEE 'ou women. Including Sunday I are neat the picturesque Bow River I I iiiidi'inlKiicdV.I I J. lOpperson. an TIilH, & 1-UH.
,' Klorliln. : 1L..l"Jh >E 1!:UII1LL I
Sheriff of 1I1' .ltor.1 rounty 4-27-it_ '- .1
teachers "v .t. i-l the waters ot which vary In coloring -
'ntfl.via, a I iindi-r .iiinl bY. virtue of a cortnln n..11111111 .-
,,,. ., minium, myself as ladies. between Jade green and turquoise .'.. iHHUlnx out of and under '10 THM l't'n I.IV
;, 'I:"minatlon for the of"tlve ? r blue. wblla all sround are mlle> l ina t tinmal I of i the Civil Court of
: t In the lOKlelai \ 11'cord In mid' for Dnvnl' I Countyt'i'riuiit. '
ol you know as little about mountains Take nolle that any ono fuml--
idford county bvnilniT diitt* the tit ii lav of.Manil : :
i (limit mnterlnlH ,'r Muupllim to or I'tul'fliitig
.
i, the Democratic prli a rouge pull correctly u l'rout tIthIng, mountain clunuiiiq; I. A. I.) I IDS* !In: that :ccitnln: ( labor, for, any mntr.i. ,
I i fl.Id June 6th. 1928. a nammer And why? Be puny riding over the trails and uiolur' : IIIIINIIhen'In:, ; :i Floilda a. I llnidwaroCompany I sub-contractoi. or pens. its and ipilules

I I'i I i!Itb'fl! faithful and coni average painted lady knows lug througU tho mountains, swimming n corporation, WIIN pbdnnn doliiMT woik on 1 thn pnroads ,
,. .. i \ ice and reepectfuillb I mid 1 1 II (1 MuHon wns dofi-iidnnt, of Broil fturl, County, Fl
the In the hot sulphur pools at the nuv- i i.
.' iiiip'Tt architecture ol her face t liar.I p li-\I led I upon KH the property i offlu In and all capacities., do .
nJ.Il : any
im cdf
T : i neighbor's house How many crument pool Cave and Basin and sit 1.1" defendant. II.1 (1 Mason, their own risk and bimard' foi

are able to bound the rouge the humuS springs: Hotel are uimmg \but': i i.i'in: In property: : sltuutu I Inl.i :: I Hoard of Ilond Trustccx will I i In
Florl.la I deHcrllu'dis
I aitfiird I f.unity. ..
,'r. % inn,iiince myself a cnnf i, your cheeks How many ot the many popular dlverelons at UuuU. 'I follows: way lit liable for tutu pityincn .fI

f i I'l' }' ,lime of Repreaentnf your checks to match your nV.-f-iM. > ; ,-* --X-, Usually, Banff has had two Indian .Ml 'ut'u'u'liiuidlse furniture 1 hnrdxdiii : I lie same.lIUAUt. ) OF HONI1 TRUST!!' .".!
n, nil. I id Bounty subject tTim. \4 : all I Komlr;* and cbiittolH: I lointi'd -
Democratic | v" >- SCave hays annually. but tnis year an entire 'and hit U. S. MATTIHC S,

I'. will I.. week I will be given to tbe plo I In I tin* store htilldlnK I i formerlyniidiictcd 4.gg-5t-5-l<< __ _ __('hllir"" in.
'I.I '1 Ii, If elected prom broad-hipped Indies should ? 1 > by 1 II i. (I. Mason nt t stnikc, .
'I Hi,' I Ii! .'""il! honest discharge from floral patterns when tui''' que !Stoaey: and Blood indmuswho. I Itiiidford CiHinty, Florida I'I'HI1)1"' Pt'nI.tCt'rIoItaulnI
)
t 'It]Il' i nice, and I respectt their new dress attired to warlIke recalls of and'1 1 1VIII I i I offer u ,tor' Mill i for I lit* %
it tour. support.iotTTV worn of Nut I loot!'InK snld\ ..,..'C'''
0. W. IIAZEN to distract tttemlun eagle feathers beaded buckskin audermine POH iho 1.1 ,puitertv at tutu truant No. 020R3A.liepurtmiMit : .
I Ma ) 1'1'1
---- -- rotund faces and double tails will csunp In the Elk \ of lImo Countv ourt I IloiiHo In of (be Interior U. S.
------- I C'"I1I'I Klorldn, on the. 4th l.iiM.I, Ollli'ii at (1 it I tIdy' I I IC. i"t orid ii.
__ Pasture the treats fitrd
effect! dim make-ups. The parade through April H, 11121.XOTIfR .
JVfliir tiotwocn I lie
l n.
IV3X
IUflu'4
be woman must avoid I .. 'P"DL 0 II U and stage pageants descriptive ol In. i I"t of forenoon IH hnieliy" tlvon that Wll1 -
iii inmiunce that I will [ #HQAlthough __.-.AI-. Wit. luiui'H eleven. o'clock. In i the
Inii' ,l"i, ro-electlon to the o1 fascinating cu-ies ot carmine tcresling phases of Indian lUG Itiesa I and I two o'clock. In tho nfternoon 1 111111I"'. I'ownll i I of Htaike. Florida' ,

j i ,n .bulge of Bradford Coun.ride to dab on the cheeks. Circu .BanB. the capital nr UuuU rise a mile above the Bow Valley in Indians nave a keenly developed '. and will then and I there mill who, on liiM'iMiihur IH, I 025, mail forHniith
No 020529
to the I nropnrtv to I ii. hl I iLtm- I lli>ini>.ti ml Kntry
,to.iubject be held June 6th. ot rouge. misplaced un National Park In the heart '01 the which the resort lies drumstlo sense and theli sInging is and'i''i'snhi bi-Ht Ii bidder for cnxhW. hiilf I of Non Ii..nst
n support will be appreciated. cheek bones, are as fatal as Canadian ..pacino Rockies is known I For years puut Bund has and 5 gull I wonderful Old time Indian sports \\1 ,1. KIM'MHSON.: i4.'ct\Ion 10'''l'nilahnssoo Township; j : 8 Morldlnn.Hotitb.:; Range has
OEO. A. QAhDINEItreby Elongated oval rouge course l which I I intrigued Line Prince olvvBiea. are a further attraction of IndUu Sherllt I Hrmlford 4'out Ii t Y, 21 Kant.

attention the world over for its. _..'n_ ._.h.rm.__._._ .__ _. 1 1 .. ..tR. --1. PI..rl I to that lne Lxira uyng ui vimy. and ) vii-vo Threey Proof to establish. claimto

TtX A""lESIOn!! to neck alone slenderize each passltiK year Mad* It more attractive of other celebiities.! as well ss ; ; Banff feature will be the .\1.n'I'I'"nn\'I': : ; hli't. "I'I'U 1'19 Ilia Innil above desrrlbeil before

announce candidate to for the the .. Thin faces may be plumped to the Vast thrones of travelrs sunds of visitors The lluks Gathering and Scottish i.oxr l'III.It'II': Clerk Circuit (Court at Htarkn. Klorlilil. -
1 am a I on the let day of JUIIK, 1U2K.Claimant
t Assessor subject. to the so innocuous a remedy as a who make the grand circle lout teresting but not good euougu August 81 to bepieni- names as witnesses:

d voters at the coming DemoPrlmary foot-when decorously em- through Cannda and Duck through IIIK the year past a new golf 8tana"U' whIch old Scottish folk TO WHOM IT ]M\Y CONCKUN: NOTICK Fred Hnimcu of Shirks, Florida,
election to be HKHICIIY: mVlCN THAT .
IH Florida.Newtull
5, ]1928 In asking for this spread the color over that the O'l>ted States. or vice versa. seeIng has been built with the Brat i be sung by noted artiste, Aiitomoblln pollclos Not. 1 IS.ir.Ol: to W. (1. Htarr Htrlckland.or Htnrko of tllarke.1'.lnrl ,

a> that I am thoroughly famllth cheek about one-half mca the famous resorts 01 both countries the Banff ttprlngs: Hotel from the leading Scot lA'irua: :: Incluslvp, Nos. 183262 to
,,: the duties nose across the cheek bone. Banff is about 4.500 feet above mile away and this new ", regiments will com Item, : Ml Inchmlvo' and NOH. 23!>a7fl to A. M. Strlcklntid, Rtnrke/' Florida.UKOItllW .

''a melmrge. and promise the duties If of elected said of the ear. The "Just right sell h 'tel I and |Its towering mountains. bolea. Is from a golf and scenic .. 239100 rwrlters inclusive: llrnnch of tho I Colonial of National: :I Flrlliul ; 4-gn-Bt-ll-lH/ : C. rilOM Iteiclster! ,

In the' name alone dares to smear on the Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford l. r iiilrlnit
manner that I the middle ol her cheeks KonlFlorida's theirnllillty thn counterHlitniitnre (' t'I'IO'l roil
urteous Kuril (lirrMcIf) In (lary for I'O't'IC'IIOf' M'i'i
i1-.luiif. 1. 4uu.'y'
and will be ItcviH' TiiiipliTliciitri', JnikNon i'IlIe, 10'1..1'1.111): ; and I licensed -
lector's duties- I of a duly authorised I '1' 11; lSl'II'lIS: :
b when you come : TarI1Y the office careful I, con- HKent; Imve been .lost. Since I Ibexapolicies
I'Y. my
I .... reirularly
b
'I', Olve me a have not n
,t<' il,I. and will show my attention. Respectfullyf H13DD1SU:: ; ,',,uului I eruaiguu.I, (nulled or iiccoiititcd, NflTIfR IS!' III' nl nOIVfo1N, l'that..
of Tnx rilll -
holder
Aldvrinnn.
received I T .1
I I
n i im j my work. for. nor any premiums
tlmy < lit.' No I7l.:: 41 tll dnv of AUKII..I.A. ,
.. this Coinpiiiiy
support u' Ii'r'ltitt-i'
1 'in c a.e we I by
W. IJA toe t y I '. ld In the I U. 11124.' IIIIH filedu Id certlllcateIn
tied Sincerely. E. '4 a : t. ; w. will In. \ :i liieloKti nml \ > I
('OMMI' !IIOMit, )1'1'1' 3 i 1 ; nh frt I linndH nT \\' "..n"....'a 'u. I Ii..y' alit y tic II.tiiul i moilli'n, and 'made. application for
announce mv candidacy clnltn tti u.u.-tiiiI.u' would" boUleRsI I tux di .'.1 I.. iNiiiii' I tliitroiiii, In accordnnri' -
, -, ',v :innounce that T am a canfn of the board, of county uuiuy fraudiilnnt! I If found I wlill I Inw. :Suld\ tort Iriourte embiaiiM -
reelection to the office from IMwtrlct No. 3, ? : twY'I '. I I ; Mini. ii'turned to tbn Columbia ( Hie I folliinrlnK I I u I d.'Mi-rlbeil' propily -
b .
of If elected 'a t lucy pboiilil :: :: : : I
WMisor of taxes and promlxe. I S. I c t oinec nf. tha ('ohm pa ny.Nu I <> xltuuteil i I In I llrudforil oounly,
it Florida subject to the district and county the I loullKiiHi :
s if the voters at the "''' of which I not cnpnble .5 ,b I bn cliilm bSHcd of 1 nny: 'naliire.I them' Will iuuirl.uu'tIuulC: be: lecitKtilked l-'loildii:, lull if of No'II..a..t, iimrter| of

ir' '} election, and solicit ytuiueuub'nit mid vole. hra I II to I bv tin.upon Com puny. The publla Huiil I west nuiirter Heillon. I I 12 town-
rt' In asking for re-electton c. c. \ South U.i 22 l-inst
.. C'10S\J\ 0S will pleime. lake i iiotlcn.. nccordlnvlyiOI.ONIAI I Mhlii U, : nun : ;
I 'II i .. record of courteous 'h., uMHtHHtiitiit of property
; ; I I.I KIIIK: I'NliKUWIll TKIIS: 'I l 1..8110.1
mil helpful service to tlllciita I was In
HI-HIH 1'1 b of KiLllomil I i Fliu i InHtiraiicu. under said cei \
.. if Bradford county : \ ('ottls.iOi Itt. IM9T. 2 of I IInrtford.Uy I II he iiiurio of .1. C. lOrrnniMon.Unlt'KH : .
I ,''.u favor me I will itnnounce myself a can- ( Holbein llrucn nml eu.AlCnn mild eertlllrut uliall be redneinod -
\i votf that same helpful 1 for election as county com- 4 ; f (leiinrnl. nocordlnit to itt it'. tax ileed
K given In the past. Very ,, from DiHlilct I 2 ln.idfoid. \W t'714! :t&t .- r-H-rt-n-i Columbia., H. ('. will iHMiie thereon on the 14th day of
fuly the'n If elected I will (give the I M' v. A. I>. 1U2H.

, N p WATNWnTrnTI'Flti4TEiDl's'l' and county the best ser \ Iii i.n: 'i'iii:'"'j"! 'I' ini: ll\ Hcupect-
which I am capable Mm I' 1'01.111':" I" I928'
PVI1I.IC INSF11 : II. M. McRAK I a. ALDERMAN
ECTIOannouncing ; Clerk Circuit Court.Bradford .

, us a candidate t'O"MII'IONnn-l)l!tT. :1 TOHOM, IT ;MAY COVCPHIN-: : County.. Florl.la.
i lion. tu the office of TTCI!) IS IIKKKI1Y lIVEN 'rIlAT 4.U-5t-/l.Il./
i nt\ "if Public Instruction. '; announce myself county a cornI can i I .I1.,._."_ .tllllclCH. ,,, Vou...". TH97II. .... .. ,In.., 'THidfl.. .. .'. (,.

: iounty, I promise..rllor ,. re-i'lectlon as No.2. It I luiliiHlvn of I he Colonlnl. Flro I I'n- :Mil'M It <>!'' I''IVl.. IMM<'\IUilO
_1.rrll; the Hume faithful from district E dorwrltnrH. I Irani-h. of National i I Flrn I

. ,f the duties of this office. I and will couny continue the best giving.... re-I. Ins I'..., .of. Hartford tbn counterMlwiiMliirn roiiilrlni| filltheir 1'I /Sixty' Days. after rtnfi. thein.the T
1111111 lain as frat; an Interest vnlldKv ,
O f
I am capable. J I and llcensndaireni tln.l..r..lII'n".1. : Adtiilnl let rgu tu I
udfare of the children of n duly" uuthorUed _
(
t ext four years as. I hive In f4 ,apk44t .'I8, .' have been lost HlncH thesHpolldeH tho Mntntd: of Marv II VoncbiFIjnil llrlith.i' 01 .1
I Sn .. have hut been reirulnrly eased, wll preMent my :
voiivote.
\ I hereby solicit 1)1'J'r! 3 II : itt,, llonorn1. : ,
: COMMHIIOM-.H.! "rpstguit'ui ..I'' IHHIUHI wbli-h ft),'! nri-oiiiif to
I II. B. 'WlUCJINSu announce myself a can- I I :: aeae the'OU at nndernlirnrd local I anent hereby A. (lardlnvr., County J.11(1O,. i i I.
county i 4 ; Florida, for th Tprovnl 'I"
for re-election aM 53 iilllririH' ; or nccoiintoil t..r.lI"r ,. ford, County,
I \ \nnnnnnce myself a I .. district three. If re- 4h Kr' "- y I publicly, received there and nxk to I I... dlschi'i i 'M
I''" f, I i the olfice of I will\ continue to give the ;; ,,e ew; : under lilly bv tlilH I preitiliiins Ciimimny. they will heI Hiich AdmlnlxtratorTHIS .
;
l"r| Public Instruction of Bradford county n faithful ni.rl void\ In I tie liands ovhoinsoBei 13th Aprti. l'i't: .
! '" nni\' subject to the action I C'lent performance of the du !I vnlui.li.nn\ ::; :': Ihc-v mav; full I :ami: huh: )",. rl'l' MA1'l'Il: I' ..
.. for AJrnlnl' I" ii I '
1"1' al'Y June 6th. I always : I p
ofllo, working ,'In I t h..ell nd'r would.. be I Illxxill.mil I ..
ins ,
1 S. 'ur vote anti ..support and ""nt.r.1. of the entire wM.n- fraiidiili. If found lucy should Instate. of Mary' fl. nrl.lmm, d >.- il I
.
.
!"1 I promise In return a .1. L. UNI3EIIIIILL. I I be returm-1 tn the. C'nliitiibln: S. ('. _ _ ..4-15. .u \
>I'' lurtlnl, admtnlstratlnn of
of
No claim I
.. - oiHi'i of II iiu Conipany.
i- f the olllce. devntlntr InK to be basedupon 1'11'1'111) TO imnl'OliS l AI "
.I ,. ..1 i ,Itrgytothe. 'O''II'1Uo'n-nl''r.! 'I tiny nature them, will purport be" recounted by thaCompany ('ni-i>frous

r< .iu'o of .education .. announce myself as a I' m___ The I nubile I will I I plaasamini --
-- -- --- --- ----
i Hespectfullv. for re-election ns county 4 I greatest terpslcbareaatiiro TOIIAI't'O UOimt! A for limforniat loll rpgurdhig; I the mixIng notice; ;nccordlntrlv,; Notice Is hereby given that ",
{ A. J. QIUFFI3TII ...... from district No.anti''I fiS of the Y 'l\r will be opened of the mater COI.fiNIAI, FMIM UNIH-JIIWIIITKIIS! creditors' siitecs. Filet rlhuteas pall 'I
fully announce that I TherosuR antI Gi'abain I o.t the Temple Theatre Jacksonville SI:1l10U1'41.H'I'Tobti'C'O : : and application C,,.. of Hartford. persons having claims again' vI
.I 'nlirtntt., for the office of .. will continue to I give evenIng May lals. Delay> 10 check the penis now fly !HelbulM! linden nml Co., I the MKtate of Kale 1.lvingeton doreused .'
''fr,". udont of Schools subject the best servIce am at on Thursday should be deBtroyed will posHlbly moan a very severe! lenernl Afrnnt are hereby reujuiIrid' to present
I Till i and regulations of off I "licit your support :III. when, the third big nary Ford worms In of tobacco [5.4-tt-O-I. ColiimMa.. H C. their claim duly authenticated
I "rutlc primary to be held June 5th. HINSON Uevue will have Its opening performance an noon as they appear on loss thu quality pro to the Honorable rien. Onrdlner,
G. .V. the otherwise they duced. NOI'lf'MIn County J oil. of Bradford County.
It I th I feel that I am In according to announcement ;nilaut may Twentv-Slnth Judicial g.
''nullified to Rive the duties Herlotn damitge. Iltrn wnrms Circuit Court, Florida, for tile npprovnl within one

I ii"Pledging efficient and full competent and \ .... COMMIIIIOMIU' : I>I11'r.! B ballet.by Lilts young; mistress: the cause and liuilvurm are the two chief KI.!.:("!'ION .MInet': Florida.: I Circuit: ,In ,Chancery.City Hradford. County, year tli-n will from bn;date held thereof In bnr, thereto nr this amiall no-
: a can
flarge' of the duties of the announce myself a Dis-' Insect enemies of tobucro. At ..t Wtarke, a municipal corporation. porson Indubted to the paid es
.
the best of my ability. I for county. o"1mml"H'fI ami .Many itnw novelties have lioen present it han IJOPII<< note 1 In the fly the power vested In them b,. tate urn, rmiulred to pay their suMdetitH ..
nilly ask your support.itespeetfully 5. cimiprlslnRIJrooker a for this new dance presentation rh> lawn of Florida the Iloaril olliLrdlo Petitioner. forthwith rn tho iimlarslsnedndmlnlstrntor.
i' It elected 1 I, arranged Held Chat thM bud worms are the Instruct of Hradfnrd <',>ijn- Va.HI This 23rd day of

C. T. LAW1IOI1NEC and ..mclellt performance and will pupils of Miss Ford, who more Inmtiartant at this time. ty hereby ....IIM an .Ierl"l to bhcVI a t.. of Florida.Itenpondcnt. March 1924ciKonnn.

duties of the interests office .t thts ID erie of the leading exponents of These worm!*' fued' on the tender In New Hlver I Special Tin' C. T.TVII'JOSTONAdminIstrator!'
the best : June (H, 1U2S foi rellllini I t.. \iullilil P 1 te llmidi.TO ,
4"hi'.i l District
on
CIRCUIT CoURT OSTEEN In The Southeast. chec'k-
.art J If tint
T. her buds oT the Kt TAX
R. plain
ANI
, "aT", 'y announce to the voters. this tie, purpose of electing three trumshad Tltre CITIZKNH: r':>tate of Kate Llvlnirston
ford County, that I am a Opening Ihe two hour show oil will ruin 'he IM-HI purl of tile and: rufi-HainH the tnlllnice fui; I'AYKItH: OF' THU) CITY OFST.XHKK. i .tnt-ri-zs Dsreased.MUM .

for the office of Clerk of "'T ("O"'MlalIO! EIt. !). / '. 1\ year in an act entitled Non Stop to I Cl'Op bHfiiiiBe the I leaves Dint are the i niulntr < wu y..ars. For lh.. pur. AND Al.f; : FKICHONS
't I shall he very grateful announce myself a. can- Mara an aerial fantaay ftalurUg the ones tliat will THIN of hn' .lIng I its I...1) election. O. INTI-.HIO.STF.lt. ?, OHUKTINIl'Ynti : II TO III':li'i'flhi4' .\ 'II \) CHKn.:
now are will I take no-
for county Jormlng and II. Vllvnru and Saul of you roiis
"one for their support and re-election of the Jarjr W. ikndrew. M. I. Johns .
o Primary election. to be held for EUtrlct V*. 5. oeom- many of the pupils i i l IT1)I tItus ,the bst tohncco.! To do- "... are appointed intinaKers. tire that the City of Htarke, a municipal

'"lny, June Bth 192S. Urooker and New River l ann I i I Kord Studio. who hare altalneJI stroy the worms now wilt save the 1. W. KICKI.ITI5It, I I corporation I under the laws nrirl 1 Notlcn is I hereby given to all
theof' of Florida by
,
'-.1! the County In this to Five I nnuauul proOcleney In the rtanC's.1 pluiit at present amid maid hi pro- Chairmanir t h. Hint City C'oiini-ll I. lies Hied creditors, lecrnteeK dlHtrlbutees I anilnil

;I<I.l your -
support HiM-t.ary of I llenrlntln llrown
mare appreciated by me. doing my itept for all I sketch with the aviator's rhorus until the worm appear In .great ,' late the 24th day of April. the I Kstute hereby required' to pre
of Ten I'eased. are
",he. .)atlnu.." faithful .. : looking after be I Interest would I led by Hobby Jefters. the Mtamly! numbers tio begin the application: ;mi'-RJi'--T'j; .::1t: i('lI'ft- I.at Iun i. ThoitHiind A. 1)I I IU21.$10,00000)tn have the dollar Issue worth sent their claims duly authenticated. -

Q. \V. ALDERMAN people the spume' aa I In the /Irst act Is Hobby Rivers..1 of pt. A. UardIrur. -

FOil TAX COLLECTOR personal a'In=!'aAINKY. 'Elanor Height .and Virginia Veil I It prevention is mii 'h better than a Council of tIle City of Storks and asprovided County! Florida.1 11(1W, within"I itt one BradfordCounty .year

.Inll been urged by my .. (Uernreuter ) the Cloud U Iris, .and cure. recliiel. *%u>. I. l.nv*
t..lnll' that I am dulY IIO till) I Webb UK. Slacked lIme mjxed with arsenate Howe and l It. A. Illanchatil. styled court. >
"by announce myself .. : n CIIOOfc / the Nettle Mathers.Uettey .1. A. the 24th day of April, IndKbtnd. to said estate are re.
Lake.
p for Office of County Tax earnest solicitation den Irene of leaJ will ]>e found to effectively lns; > rtors.I'rerlnrl And that nn : Issued out of nui-'oted. to pay their debts forthwith
I. I have Johnston A. n. 192*. an order
for Bradford County. school district' 1'11 Bennett Thelma >... 2. Ntnrkeorlh! > undersigned, Administrator,
"Jr In coelrol the worms. Any against the State of to the "
Ion a" until Cinirt.!
Ct to for re-e1"l'l V. A, fecntt, clerk and Deo. r, the
the Democratic to return adding to a pleading the This 30th day of March. 192H
Cary
board from and Irma of jillcatlr>n Florida, reimlrlnir' It, through .
June. of the school. convenient method u> White. A. .1. Thrmias anti Aubrey State Atnrflev J, C. TBRIIKM
W. E. TOnODB.h'r.iiy Your support an" Vote tableau. get the Moore Inspertfirs. : honorable II. V. Knlsrht. Adrnlntqtratnr
it Is all right, provided you Tw..nlv-.hlh .',",11- a-an.flp-t-l't
the
.. rnr
H ulhtJ *
highly appreciated.L. Chester Toomer Vrr.'lne :M<> :X-Hlarke: < I
W. I'CICKL1TER Nell Moor and poison I where the worm will get It. U Hek clerk anil T,. .". Smith
announce myself a specialty musical comedy\ dautcs. It doesn't take mucli to kill them A. W. Andorson. awl J W Andrews,

r.p" tnt the "Ice of Tax Utll 018'1'. 1 are here seen to there best a-J van- so get busy keep after them until Jr., itlepectersl'rerlmcl

fort,rartford, nt the County.voters of I the solicit. ." been!II1I001.urged.1.0 hy friends of tage. This scene brings in the non they are controlled. PUKIT:No.'clerk ft, anil f.rnksmdiesley A. Was- :: We can char

If eleeted. promise. the No. I. I hereby. member announce c.f stop strut and other novelties. An If you are In doubt in regard to din, p.: T\ Ah.ersrathyuod it B.: byrd, ''YES ge YOIIFERY 8 OKS
large for
of the duties of said cl\n"ldat. la another
Mars .
a on agent I
this. dl..trlet. arobatlc scene poisoning call on the county Inspectors.reeln '
from
bdard :If.., SJnmpton
- <*. A. KNlnHT. e I promise r"eep ;t which and I great stunt. J. H Ad kins, clerk. s* time best r I and J. I Williams. Inri.ctors -
Poft nEnIp'v ". Your .u""rt. will b" June Shirley Blake l Is featured asa untiual. ( (I. Msnlre .

'eTehy J. 1'. MOORE doll In a clever) baby toy I The finale of this wonderful revue
JI announce my atod. rag frV4 .. .., noli S ; .
.III'llof barbaric .
Brandfnrd county vmn Virginia uvu **oi Is a Savage scene" of C. 1I..1".rlll"r clerK and C. Hulllvsn. = ..
'"p" the action of the vntersat .: !'('1I00f. nO.tRU. 1)l'ruic.r I I scene ragged girl and Dorothy spendor. Two groups vie for H. K. Hwlndell and' John Hall Ie
try June stnIf elected reuter as a :
,JiS the"J cltlaens of the announce: o mY candidacy' Illnson as a ragged boy. A ,I favor In this. sketch which has I Inspectors.Frvplnrt. N... r. New 1 lllvrr. Smith's C =

law enforcement. member ot the a"hool board I shop with the Gary Ford Cocktails I all the attractiveness of the well- O W. Arulr.w", clerk and. I>, W. arage

I'npij''il 1 h to appreciated one and all.' Your District No.2.office anti ony will very givs beet. toy the youngsters in unusual' remembered Spider and Moth number <\\r.\\ n. .F. Kenfru and B. C. CrawsInspectors.
of the ,
W. MITCH If the voters see fit tn costumes as toys Is a eute ldellgnt. of last season l'r.rlit.-. No M. BrookerXf

Your aUPPOI 18 solll'lt..d D. MAY I ,, Gary herself wll be seen in this P Mtitheny clerk And ,. :1. Mor- -:- : ...
H. -:- :
l'.T'i'''by .nnounc myself a be apprecl..ted. the marionettes scene with Virginia Dell and Jacqueline =
', doll dance drill
r the A
re-election to .1d
h rill'o nllT. a each Everett lending themselvesto d.1//
!. o at Bradford county. It & !'IC'JlOOL' 1I0t"D. and the Savannah Stomp
T .. myself III can- I the Picturesque beauty of an i COFFINS & CASKETS
liin "'Will' as In the past announce to the entertain- I :
In the full dlschar of member of the school will contribute extraordinary production that :'
for neatspecialty CO.
has &
1-" 'Ihe It re.I..cted Dorothy Illnson a R. DAVINSUfl IS
* he '"PPO't omce.of the I earnestly voters In District. the continued Nn. 8. faithful dl"- ment.\ and the final for the rounds out the most ambitious; and and a Fall Lla of iJ.
tui I' omc.
.g primary. dutIes of this hilarious collegiate pleasing offering yet put togetherby

t--f Wt ::1 .ppr.RgflN of the Is solIcited SIJ11RENCY.and will b. first act is bringing a In most of the Gary Ford and her Isslatan*.*. Undertakers' Suppliers

h A. B. ensemble i friends of Miss Ford reside -
Many
IIlr.IIVlaOR in the sketch.
OF for parts HEARSE ANCE
performers AUTOMOBILE II
and her pupils are I
V.r.k TIO1* CONSTABlE nnTltlCT 1 exquisite tableau opens the in Starke
!! An
announc, that I am a myself a .n- known most favorably In this community -
I"'0 tO' the office of announce constable. I second act with Virginia Dell be- AI_,. S. ..... The h.sI ,.rs4se I
a" -
re.electlnn for their splendid proficIency Ie-- leIstli 1"'
for : Dorothy st eM
. o-ted lfl.r'.tlon l for Bradford No. I. The vote and cup- ing seen In a fan dance. In dancing. ....11... .. ......*,.. .......
will give my very Chester ESTAI!3LISHED 1886
rl. $OWCrl< carrying out the the people j.llll W\"Rt-\;: Warrane as a pickaninny. visit Jacksonville next UGUlT&A.u ..1I AGENCY
..t thu* .office and I ollclt and Roy in a smart turn. and A A to j

P"rt .t the! June primary.H I OI.TRICT I colorful Spanish\ act with some unusual Thursday or Friday evening will I C. JONES

H O W BIE.H. Austin take this are expected to give be Ailed with entertainment for STARKol E FLA.
of poses ,
of" announCing his e.nelld.c" sensations. A chain dance those who attend: the Gary Ford LIIW1TI' .. FLA. ,
COMI5IOE1tDIT! of the Peace new 1
Justice I
of will begin promptly
which
roby announce myself a solicit the lIupport and a duet featuring Elanor Revue a :
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.!l: F.JC.IIT: I1RADFORD COUNTY. TELEGRAPH STAUKB. FLORID-. .. .___ FRii-y JC\o.I
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and condemnation. Mr and !Mr E A. (Edwards -- '-
a Bradford Telegraph > of Jai'krtonvllle, spent the week -
,, County On the one hand they argue that Mr. Carlton is a man of nd In Starke with relatives.

,,, ,il it Established] 1877 I :IomeItanding: in his home city and that it does no "jok r- Slip into
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.. -- .I sonable that a man who places himself o nay..k! ._. .t> I. University Elton Smith of Florida a student spent of last the a

4.rr.. Published Weekly.ort Fridays and Entered as Second Class' rightness and Christianity would deliberately falsify for the 1 ',Thursday and .' anIn Starke
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Mrs. M.
Mr.
!' Matter Ut the Post Office, at Starke, Florida I' sake of (,gaining an office, while on the other hand they call at- i.evlton.vith his relatives.

I i r'. Mattheritf: .i--' ,_ __.__ ______---Owner and Publisher tention to the fact that according to the Board of County Commissioners I arttl but

3. _______ Editor of DeSoto County he has made a misleading ant Cullen Stevens who has spent e uoors
i' C. Robinson_: Managing i he past two weeks here where he
untrue statement about matters in that county and continue was: looking after the Gaiety Theare -
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''t -- SUBSCRIPTION KATE to make this statement after the matter has been fully callet' while the manager, Aubrey
I i Penney was enjoying his summer
to his attention. i vacation returned" his home in
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance I
Those who heard him speak) in Starke a few nigh' ; ago iWllliston Tuesday.
Advertising Hates on Application.Surrfmertime .
heard him say that the State Road Department had Brent: i i Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Galney motored -
.y. is reported to have arrive $77,993.83! in fifteen months on the maintenance of 2H mites' over to Kingsley: lake, near

,P 8 i', U- of road leading out of Arcadia. Of course, this charge W u: I I They Starke.report Sunday a fine on a time.pleasure Kingsley trip.

Our last chance to say, "Well, it won't be long now." preposterous on its face, but Mr. Carlton is a dramatic stur:;1> I lake Is quite popular with the lleoil -

o speaker, and some of the people who heard him make the L il pie nearby of Macclenny places.-Baker as well County as other Het. -

If we believe what opponents have to say every candidate I charge accepted it as truth without giving any consideration t.porter.Mr. Nothing but Bradley Swim

is some sort of a crook. I to utter improbability of any such things ever having hap- Suits
i I and Mrs F. H. Blitch andMr. are good enough for the "Bath-
o pened. As a matter of fact the charge was so far from the : and Mrs. N. A. Blltch of the ing Beauties' of the
Lots of people wouldn't mind the i idea of being sick if it truth that the Board of County Commissioners of DeSoto State Farm, spent Sunday after- smart beaches
I In Starke with Mr. and Mrs. For where will
;. .1 ,, wasn't for the thought of what they might say while out oftheir County, of which board an uncle of Candidate Carlton i i-; a noon II. L. Brownlee and remained over wealth of you find such
color-save
in
head. member, felt it their duty to send out a statement branding :for services at the First Baptist a Brad-
church that evening. ley? Where will find
o the charge as "misleading and untrue." The letter from the i you such
of style?
Hathaway is being accorded a great reception evtry-: Board of County Commissioners of DeSoto County was ad- Miss Alice Fernandez, John Pow- snap Andwhere-oh,

". f where he goes. And this is not last minute campaign dope dressed to the the Miami Herald under date of May 8th and i ell music and nunllfl Wesley of Lyman Stearns Pryor who and are where-is;: the. suit to n n compare-

to switch votes. I reads as follows: I George Orner of Jacksonville, were VVAI*** oAJA..r v w.aubaacao" : : UJ lit;:
w 1 among those taking part in the Bradleys are made of "live" wool]
,;
o Replying to your wire of the 7th, inst., in referenceto festival
| annual spring program
c1 An exchange says long hair will come back slowly a statement in the Miami News and Tampa Tribune which was given; Friday ..eveningat to provide s-t-r-e-t-c-h with a

';:'i..,t--' ;R all This is already known to the miss who has been trying I stating that 2.5 miles of contract road was built West of the Temple Theatre in that city. come-back. The strands are "tutwisted" -

: .. to lengthen her tresses. Arcadia at a cost of $53,266.32 and that the maintainance Mrs. A. M. Darby and son. for greater strength, and
: I Charles of Gainesville and Miss dyed forever I Come in and see our
o of this road for fiftteen months was $77,993.83.
Frances Darby a student of Stetson fine
I Avery Powell notes that "the boys who used to drive the Wish to advise that in justice to ourselves, DeSoto I University, DeLand have joined stock of new Bradleys

t ,.t'' dl cows home at 6 p. m. are now driving the flivvers home ate 2 County and the State Road Department, that this state- Mr.located Darby here a*, their and are summer pleasantly !- for men, women

# m." Cickens must go home to roost sometime. ment is misleading and untru'e. home at Kingsley lake. and children.$5.00to$6.50.

--0- The State has not constructed any road or roads II
Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch of De-
Things are warming up in earnest when a speaker for a West of Arcadia for 2.5 miles as indicated. Land! who have been enjoying a

I r'', gubernatorial candidate brings out his .38, as one did in Cross During the War as a War measure 2.5 miles of con- visit! here .at the home of Mr. andMrs.

.' City. Apparently) he has added gunmen to his rum runners crete road nine feet wide was built East of Arcadia and home. H.the latter L. Brownlee part of last returned week

J' And jail bird crew. leading to Dorr Aviation Field, now part of road No. 18, and were accompanied by Hugh
Brownies Jr, who is spending
o and an additional 9.2: miles of brick highway of the same this week with them.

h Voters of the second congressional district retired one width. NAT STERNBERGSTARKE

y ,4 t public official to private life when he made his campaign solely During the fifteen months referred to above, the Friends of Miss Mary Ella Edwards <
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sj. ; on his ability to sling mud. For the same reason they are State Road Department has widened the entire 11.7 milesof D. R. Edwards! of Del ray, Russell

t E. ;''f going to vote this year in favor of Tampa retaining its muc- Road No. 18 from nine to eighteen feet; widened the Daniels Daniels! ,of son Plant of Mr.City and and Mrs.Wilber R. O. FLORIDA

1 slinging, attorney. grade from twenty-four to thirty feet; constructed the Marshburn son of Dr. and Mrs!
I, K.I R. Marshburn. of Marianna, are
i '.' o necessary ditches and built six bridges of concrete and receiving invitations to the com- ___a _______.._.._.,_ .
When anyone tells you that a candidate is being sup- treated timber and in addition and under the same project mencement exercises of the Delray, -'---

ported by "the ring," as if it were a crime, bear in mind that Carltsrom Field Road widened from nine to eighteen feet Plant City and Marianna' high I were 300 graduates from the college -
schools respectively, from which this year, with 100 taking
'It you are Interested in the elecetion of a friend and speak a for a distance of six and one half miles. these young people wit graduate. I the two year course and the 161 KINGSLEY LAKE

; a t word in his favor, you are part of his ring, and where thenis Therefore you can see that the money expended was Their congratulations.many Starke friends extend I, taking the four year course receiving 01BOY INN
A. B. degrees In various
r. the crime of being a "ring" candidate? not solely for upkeep as the News and Tribune would lines. They returned to Starke Let's Eat, Hamliurgrn!
? Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Aldermanand
1 o t have you believe but for upkeep and construction as set Mrs. Geo.-C. White spent Wednesday Wednesday Misses Blanche evening and accompaniedby Mona Alderman e'cI! Beans, Chile Con 8m

; 1!(. ?; t Even the Gainesville scribes seem to prefer blondes.- out above. So we do pot hesitate in branding the Editorials commencement in Tallahassee exercises attending of the the latter being an In- Honie-nuulo firs

,,'", a &I t Bradford County Telegraph. Gee gosh, if all these scribes get as being UNTRUE and an attempt to deceive the Florida State Woman's College College structor, In and music Miss at Isabel the Woman's Fernandez F. W. Rosser

to preferring blondes, it will soon leave us out entirely, and public. from which Miss Blanche Alderman who is a junior of the F. S. Prop
was a graduate, receiving: her
wo will have to peroxide our hair.-Dunnellon Truth. If nature Yours very truly, A. B. degree in commerce. There W. C.

t 1 treated al lof the fair sex as generously as she did the Board of County Commissioners, -

Truth paragrapher, the drug stores of the country would be C. E. McRae, .
1 '' bank runt. Chairman.

o DeSoto is the old home county of Candidate Carlton: -and I Southern
Groceryand
Trading horses in the middle of a stream is not good his own uncle is a member of the Board .of County Commis- i

sioners that brands the statement concerning maintenance on I

Bradford the Arcadia road as misleading and untrue." Candidate Carl-

ire: fortunate in having men on the State road board who are ton could have secured full information regarding this trans- : Market

ht 11 friendly to the early completion of this road. Why should we action by simply asking for it, but he preferred to act on the ,

'#. 1! r take the chance of having these men supplanted by others who word of his "charge factory" without checking up on them to I II I .

1 might not be so friendly? Road 28 is only in the second preferential see whether they were telling him the truth or not. His own

r'' 1 I list. Its completion could be greatly delayed by an 'uncle would probaly have told him better had he taken the i : : SPECIALSFriday : :

unfriendly administration. trouble to inquire. He did not fail to acquaint himself with ,

,, o the facts, but several days after this letter from the DeSoto I

Those citizens who have the best interest of Bradford commissioners had been issued and published throughout the

county at heart should pay not attention to the petty politics State appeared in Starke and repeated the "misleading and : and SaturdayWESTER

involved in the present campaign. Let "the boys" have their untrue" charge against the State Road Department. Insteadof

, &y own good time whooping it up for their favorites but when doing this if he had manfully acknowledged- that he was I .
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a, r and vote to sustain the men who have helped to pull us out the; Road Department and Dr. Hathaway, this paper would

or the mud and the sand. Dr. Hathaway is not the only have been inclined to join with those who pity him for beingso N MEATS

} friend to Bradford county that is involved in this campaign. childlike and gullible as to accept and disseminate as truth Neck Bones lOc lb. Pillsbury Flour 24-lbs.1,45

I There are four other members of the road department who everything turned out by his "charge factory," but under the

[?::1)) JI must depend on the next governor for re-appointment. Threeof circumstances we must believe that he has knowingly and Spare Ribs, per pound 18c Wesson Oil, pint can 26c

these,,Captain W. Hillman, of Live Oak, )E. P. Green of willfully circulated misstatements about Dr. Hathaway Pork Loin Roast 2Sc lb. Butter; pound! 48c

Bradenton, and I..E. Schilling of Miami, have been members throughout this campaign. Pork
Chops 30e lb. Sugar 10 pounds 68c
of
the department every since the begining of the road improvement ,

i in this county and if it had not been for their' atlon(Continued of the Great from Nuzarene page 1.)as a or us fifteen In rebuttal.minutes given to each of i BOLOGNA 2Sc Ib Grits and Meal 4c lb.

t }: I friendship State Road No. 13 would still be a dream of the future wlneblchler and a glutton to your If sufficient time presents itselfwe STEAKS 4Sc lb.
t, !: or else all the county money arising from the first bond. own past efforts In this line upon might try energetically to find: I Baby Lima Beans 2 lbs. 25c
t he of out why In
tl reputations Messrs. Gordon, the Senate you attempted -
1 fwue: would have had to be spent in its construction and our Charlie Brown, Perry Wall, D. B. to disfranchise! tho Latin voter, Leg Lamb 45c lb. lbs. 25c
to j & ;stem of graded roads reaching out into every part of the McKay and Dr. Fons Hathaway why Mr. Mallle Martin, your Aid- I Lamb Black Eye Peas 2
or de-camp in the West Is recorded Chops 4Sc lb.
county could not have been built. Thus it must be seen that (b) Comparison of your ownilatory asking your supporters to give the Navy Beans ,2 Ibs.25c
: e ever! citizen of the county who has made use of either our of public service, political Heroud choice to Mr. Catts, and I Pickled Pig Feet 3 for 2Sc
why I have
had
ambitions und personal slurs Tomatoes
success and large can3for25c
achievements -
gn u.:3d roads or our hard-surfaced roads has been benefittedby with that of Dr. Hath- worthy of an Ananlas hurled at me Salt Bacon l8e lb.. ,
'e friendly action of these men in helping to construct awayorc by your cohorts. I :
road No. 13 and taking it for ( ) A comparison between Dr., which Assuring I you of the relish with Box Bacon lb. pkg. 40c
i1 over up-keep. It cannot be good lathawny's constructive anticipate the meeting be- 2Sc
;: il5' 't policy for us to throw these men into the discard in the midst and campaign and your platform destructive -:,tween(Signed.rumor) W.and A.truth MACKENZIE.,!I am i Sliced Bacon Ib. layers 29c Macaroni, 3 Pkgs.

n .h of our road building program. onesord U---- : Crystal Cocoa HardwaterFRESH
: ( ) The relative merits of half Messrs. J, 1\1. Brownlee and F.
0 and whole truths-ore M.! Sanderson were business visitors I FISH AT ALL 3 for 25C
Soap
r* CARLTON-PITY OR CONDEMNATION? ( ) The comparison between to. Jacksonville Friday. I
highways. their extent: co-ordin- TIMES for 25c
f nce, costs and maintenance before Judge E. C. Darlington of Tam- I Palm Olive Soap 3
The: people who do not lose their heads in political campaigns and after Dr. Hathaway stepped paw was a prominent visitors to : _
$ Into the pictureorf Starke Friday afternoon.
; no matter how embittered
others become
may are
( ) Dr. Hathaway' record
as a
r 1 rather at a loss to know whether to pity or to condemn Mr. road builder and executive compared R. T. Osteen and L. W. Sowell FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
with your record as an executive of Brooker were business visitors .
Carlton
1 the candidate for governor who has clearly won the or business man.g :to Starke Friday.'
1, title of chief mud-slinger of the 1928 campaign. ( ) The opinion of Dr. Shaw Apples 30c doz. Squash; Cucumbers
of t the Review of Reviews, and Miss Natalie Marconny and Hilda -
i' A band of small fry politicians, whose chief stock in tradein other outstanding men, concerning Durden of Hampton, were visitors Lemons
every campaign is to manufacture and disseminate Dr. Hathaway as comparedwith to Starke Saturday. 30c doz.. Red, Bliss New Potatoes
that of that ,
City Attorney of
>! "charges" against candidates who happen to have incurred heavilY bonded Tam na--nr 1\1.. T._ \t. n-eh.r!:: 11.r1..1 h.. n___ ___ ... /0 .- n!'.
their displeasure or failed to "come across" when demanded (bfAdlsc8s'onoYjus'twhy\ the been enjoying a-visit- here: 'with: her I i-eppers 3 tor lUc 10 IDS tJ'
salary of your sleuth like auditors parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
to do so, attached themselves to Mr. Carlton's campaign in does,not appear In your ex-: Struth.
its early stages. This "charge factory" got busy in an effort ponse accountorI Tomatoes, 3 lbs 25c Sweet Potatoes 10 lbs. 35c$
i 1, (i) A discussion of Just what Mrs. J. s. Howard and two sons, ,
to supply Mr. Carlton with enough mud to the Bananas 5 Ibs.
overcome great claims your past achievements of Dukes were visitors to Starke 2Sc
1 lead that Hathaway has in the race for governor. Mr. Carlton -! would entitle you to have upon'the Saturday;
Governorship. In other words, an Pineapples lOc each Our Motto:
accepted and distributed the full output of this mud fact earnest effort ,
: to find just what you Mr. and Mrs. John W. Morganand ,, < f
tory. Whether he did this with simple, child-like faith in these have done in a large way. I Mrs. Eva Fernandez attended Beans Celery Lettuce Less"rAf.
CONDITIONS : "The
+ -You. as challenger the spring festival given by the Best for
1' experienced mud-makers or was particeps criminis to the to open the debate with a talkof : Jacksonville College of Music at
,, I operation is the point that divides the cool heads between pity I say 45 minutes, according me, the Temple Theatre in Jacksonville ...
fA, } 1 f be same time for reply with ten Friday evening.



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