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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 8, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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!EI 0 .!: wa ----- --- ------ rilCHiltAM: M. V. n.I.J.YI'W Tuesday's primary election t
I HISOUT:! O\VMH .lIEN: with + i s ftd
'i m mIC 01 J Figures KMI! out by ]{I&th- : ltivr.lt: ASSOCIATION! a polling/ between fifteen and six-
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... .:.;. .. 01 ,Q \illo at O o'clock Thu..l..yJIII.rnh'le hr
? !1 i I I i liKlicnUtl the t tait .. I oltlees, those being af-
.. ... suddenly last Friday morning at among\
... '" t- FCnin'd Ink of the candidates aa arrungo-1 to bo held at Starke t
tpcted the f ,
being
G o'clock cause of death being attributed couuty nuporln-
shown by flgnn compiled ;reh [
f baptist c on above date: tendeut of '
. to heart disease. lIe public instruction tax +
Senator was I j'assessor
:tales; there
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MARTIN ------------ 51 1015 110 ..5 29 16 9 10 375 ut the beach the night before apparently Hymn "We Pralso and tax collector. A. J. 4
W ('arUma .__ __M-tMt Thee 0 (trims receive the nomination for
183 309 210 29 75 23 37 lli7 1023 in good health and his "
rRAyTMELL ----------- Clod
i\ lltitluiuny :\(1.0:0 school ;.
superintendent, !
defeating
sudden death shock
rre.mtl'ntlal Electors, Group ('ItUIt._ _. .J\: ,UMTn'lor to the family and came friends as a lIe had Devotional by AsHoclattonnl II. Wiggins by 171 majority, Y

) _ ___2O,01 I IItttllcf President
he tax iHKOHnor's between
!ON McCLELLAN' _______4 31 -__ 17 9 15 __ 9 21 162 was exprt'NNPit at been In 111 health for the past several Address of Welcome-President I W. ( and race E. "1
llayea N.
U 89 8 25 ,__ 21 42 239 : months but It was not thoughtto Wulnwrlght
rJ1': 0 PARKER --------- --- Ilathnnay headquarters<< that Starke W. M. Boo Mrs. O. W. Alderman being with Ij '
won by Hayes a majority -
I Electors, Group be serious, an'.1 Mr. Klle had i ,
rreUenlial tlio "c''onel choice<< veto would I of 20. 4 ( !'
planned to make a trip to the west
,5. place Hal haw ay In the. hwll Response' President Cornlth C. A. Knight won (ho tax col
DEESE ___________=__ 31 __ 66 5 15 __ 10 16 1013wlI1TFJELD y a handsome. majority, tlto for his health. W M S., !Mrs. McRne.! 1 I lector's race by a margin of 251\
McRORY '_ 32 ___ 92 9 19 __ 13 33 198 Funeral services were held at i a
larger<< part of the second the Hampton Methodist church Reports from o1'hV. M.! S. in votoii over W. K. Torode. and the a }

Governor. choice vote coming from Taylor's afternoon and burial followed ASKudat lon sheriff's 'race between W M. Edwards : -
Sunday ,
LEE CARLTON _______ 81 141 78 5 48 15 17 107 492'oad ballots.Jacksonville. at the Evergreen cemetery, Solo: -Mrs. J. S. Butler and W. J. Epperson resultedIn y

(' Choice _____________ 34 91 69 4 10 3 10 30 251 \ UalneHVllle. Address by stale worker. a vote of 486 to 1036 respect c '

CARSON ______________ -_ 2 1 __ 1 -- 5rond Jan 7.--With] two- from Pallbearers Starke were and selected Lunch 12:30 to 1:30 p. m. ively. Jennings polled more first ;.

Choice _____________ 6 t 6 __ __ 1 :: 27EY thirds of the state reported at 11-: friends among ot the deceased vollonltllnlpture: Oems choice voles In the constable's race a i

J CA'l'TS _____-_____ '155 147 130 21 32 11 17 60 T3 30 p. m., 818 precincts out of Hampton About Rubles" Mr8. A. M Derby than the combined vote of his
D \Vltt C. Jones mortician had
fond Choice _____________ 25 53 33 5 4 7 6 44 177 1,200 gave for governor: Talk-Forty Years of W M. U. three opponents. I),
of funeral .
:; \ HATIIAWAY ________ 30 172 125 18 20 9 1 11 392 Carlton 47,083; Catts 41,784 ; charge!Mr. Kile Is survived arrangements by /:hU wid- HlHtory-!Mrs. G. A. Anderson, In the four cornered representative }p I r '

'ond Choice _____________ 21 42 20 4 1 2 2 1 !90N Hathaway 40,986; Taylor 21,695 Lawtey."A race G. W. Hazen received \
Johnnie Kilo and ,
S TAYLOR ____________ ,j 6 18 13 1 1 3 4 3 55 and Carson 1,942. ow four, one son, Georgia Juanita, Missionary !Mother" by Mrs 414 votes, his closest opponent be- I, .(

Pond Choice ____________ 40 130 94 8 .43 5 12" 30 362: United States Senator Park daughters : Jim Thomas of Pine drove. ing J. L. Kruzoe with 289 voles n
Ruth.rOl'NTY .
Irene and
romptroller. Trammell, continued to make long Impersonations Our Young Osteen received the majority vote r rfor ''

'EST AMOS ______________ 200 378 266 29 61 33 37 135 1139cond strides In gain over GOT. John W. .1tF(11'IItl People by Starke Girls' Auxiliary.Two county commissioner district! "i '

Choice _____________ 5 11 4 __ 3 __ 2 3 211 Martin, his opponent for reelection << At'TO : : +a/ Union Specials-Margaret 5, Cicva for district( 3 and Under, I, }

RY S MARTIN ___________ 8 21 16 2 14 4 4 8 77 to the senate. The senator Fund and: Training School by. !Mrs. bill for district: 3. ,v : '

cond Choice _____________ 10 28 21 1 10 2 2 9 85 not only gathered In a majority The Ford touring car belongingto W. T. Harris[ of Antloch.] The tabulated returns will be j ,< "<'

STEWART _______________ 9 20 16 __ 19 1 3 11 79cond from many sections of the state the engineering department of Song-"Our Union Marching! found In full on page eight of this

Choice _____________ 18 67 63 6 20 3. 5 Iii 197 but defeated the governor in hit the county road department, stolen On," led by Mrs. Duller. Issue, showing both first and second &
Commissioner of Agriculture. own home precinct, No. 10, of I from Its parking place near the Acrostic--Cornlth G. A. choice votes for each candle

11 111 26 37 99 881 Jacksonville, by 14 votes. Baptist church Sunday night, May Talk-4000 Rubles", Mrs. O. \
HAN MAYO ______________ 148 286 207 date.
LSSPARKMAN---------- 77. n 1 24 10 2 25 226RaiIroaa The count from 768 precinctsin 27th, was found by a maintenancecrew C. White MI
the state : on the state highway near Solo-"O Zion Haste" Mrs. J. elOMI'S.\T: dlO: '

Commiselouer Group Trammell 78,86; Martin 61- Ocala. Its ownership was traced S. Ilutler. During the 'summer months ; '

o. 1, 330. by the tag carried and the county "Prayer's Part In the Anniver- Sturnlierft's. store will do: each f '' 1

W. PIIILLIPS ___:-_______ 59 73''' Of 7 19 12 9 21 264.. Sees Victory for Carlton road department notlfle.1.! sary", Mrs. T. J. Terry Lawtey. evening; at 6:30:: with the exception :

WELLS ________________ 102 273 157 15 60 20 30 19 726 Jacksonville _Jung 7.-F. C. 1 V.SLVi Closing hymn and prayer, of Saturdays, when the late
of INSTALLS : (7RINlEitGeneral hour will be obnnrved. In .
Railroad ommlssloner Group Rails personal representative closing '
n. 2.NK. Doyle Carlton in the gubernatorial Miss Violet oot Grace common with the remainder of the ,''I-, *?'

KAY ANDERSON ______ 27 58 31 4 11 Iii Ii 16 167 campaign last night predictedthat Service Garage, Paul lilanton of Sanderson. Jim Shaw stores In Hlarlte the store will I ,

'cond Choice _____________ 4 18 22 1 8 3 5 t 5 64.. tabulation of the entire state Mass, proprietor, has installed a of JachMouvllle and Mr. Tyler of close on Thursdays at 1 p). m. It ti tit

ES O. CASSIDY __________ 15 38 35 __ 13 4 1 9 114.. would show a victory for Carlton new valve grinding machine, Luke City were Visiting friends' Is our desire to give every customer sill'' : t

cond Choice _________ 10 43 38 1 8 3 1 2 104.. by 17,000 first choice votes, with known as the Kwlk-Way systemfor Starke Sunday afternoon. They the utmost In service and to- (do t

'.1t L. EATON ___-____ 82 211 168 6 '41 Iii 20 49 59j Dr. Fons A. Hathaway second and: proper grinding of valves for were accompanied !tyark to Sander this requires the partial elimination II
18 3 8 4 2 8 67L all makes of cars. This machine son by Miss\ Lillian Barefoot who long hours
cond Choice ______----- 1 11 Sidney J. Catts, Sr., a close third. of dally d
15 12 7 2 II 28 103 eliminates the use of valve grinding has spent the past week In Stuike. -- -
HARGRAVES __________ 15 20 When tabulations are completed '
'cond Choice ___-______ 12 74 21 4 8 1 3 10 131 of the second choice votes Mr. compound in the regrinding TO TMlTvoTi.lW: : c.wunuwultu COUNTYI :

..... Rails said, Carlton's lead will be process and allows) perfect seating Col.! and Mrs. !). 10. Knight spent
Delegates to the National r t"mocratlc 30,000 votes. Carlton will receive of the valve. Monday In Jacksonville. am truly grateful to-tha.voters ,
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-- majority given.
" National Convention more second choice votes than anycandidate tor the splendid I''

late at Large ((4)) ..., .. ." -; -since the'iJryau. primary me at the polls on June 6th. p'4 r ,
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in' .6. ----.1: 'I'IWsl" 18' 145SLENA CATTS POLLS THE LARGEST fall when I try to express f
4 Words me
S, TOlr\lII: : C. BARFIELD__:::: 14 61 law went Into effect, he added. '

mRD ____________ 44 1Ii7 131 6 7Z 24 36 36 606 Hecon
s P S. BUCHANAN _______ 9 26 20 5 '5 12 1 10 8& June 7.The sec friends over the couuly, who aid j f "I

.All L CAWTHON _______ 28 78 47 5 5 13 1 15 192 ond choice vote will be necensary VOTE FOR GOVERNORSHIP ed and Assisted In every honest! tl '

a; AI\NA CRAIG ________ 27 __ 114 1 61i 14 35 28 284S to definitely decide who will beFlorida's and honorable WilY Mint Ihry couldto
31 17 2 1 -- 1 184 -- -- win this vlctoiy i >>r those if .R*
M WARREN FELKEL ____ 7 118 next governor, It was an- IIIwoici'- I 11
:S Iir'\VARD GOULDING ___ 12 1i0 22 1 7 2 __ 8 102 nounced In n statement issued by Jh' "lfOl'd Returns Indicate Cut!*, UIUTIIIU: : : who opposed me I have only the j
10 104 <4'ai-llon< \ mid I
S l I" HAWKINS ________ 21 24 35 4 2 8' -- headquarters here last Ilitthnwny Stan kindliest feeling. '
Hathaway Wouther record for week
ending '
4 98 In Order Named. insured i .* ,
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4 1 Ii ; This is privilege I
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I 11( IdA KLINE __________ 11 42 night. Oscar M Johnson, directing June (It I. 1928 Southern Forest ,
25 329 Vole What [ ,4NIp
)7:11n '
, 'IlIW: NOONEY _________ 31 52 108 1 66 13 Sot the Hathaway forces, decided Comity Experiment\ Station, Starke by our groat government
__ 6 82 d 'nJIng ou 1 v
6 2 5 for and asking
.IIE O'UARA u __________ 16 32 15 that the vole may exceed 200,000 Mrunch./ am ?
14 302 Call polled total ot 573 first operation of t +
:s IIWIJT( R. READ ______ 19 76 83 1 63 12 34 much of the remalng vote coming a May 31 IMK, 72 .00 now Is the hourly ) i
56 4 3 2 -- 8 202 choice an.l 177 second choice votes tho whole eltUimhlp in (
: KA"'llfmINE D. TIPPETTS 3-t 95 from West Klorl.la sections and June 1 ITS 66 .00 fishing (' i
In i
Tuesday's primary, as compared the schools ot Urudford t'
DeJegl1t'' B to National Demo- upon this will largely determine with Carlton 492 first choice and June 2 91 70 .00 among the host In I the state.'t' ++ cr
whether Carlton or Hathaway will June 3 94 69 .00 t
rata Convention, State at Hathaway 392 first choice votes. llespoctfiilly) i
enter Into the count for second June" 94 72 .90 l 1JA. I
arge j 44)). In the senatorial race Trammoll J, OlUKim
41 183 146 4 73 28 40 48 663J choice votes as a leader by a slight polled;) 1023 votes against 375 for June 5 93 72 .08 .

FALLEN 6 8 15 "' 3 22 259 margin.Mr. AmoK {dune 6 __ 72 ._ R'11.1.1.1H'Vl I : :NNLNti..; l.itV",
59 Martin. polled the largest
J, APPLEYAR'ri-::::: ::::: 41 106 )
fo ; 12 26 13 3. 2 10 1 13 80 Johnson's statement follows: I number of first choice votes of Total rainfall ____________ .98 -
ANDERSON __- 2 2 6 1 17 92 "After a day of fuctuatlng leads Dr. J. J. Ilulltm, who enjoyed an ,
his
candidate the ballot
ImEN ANDERS :::::::;: 13 30 19 13 96 showing Hathaway and Carlton any on THAVKH WIOM: !Mil. \VIG 1 8 acquaintance
I intimate
'(ty 33 23 6 -- total being 1139. Mayo for commissioner -
' CLAY ARMSTRONG12 3 9 1 1 __ -- !- 3 23 alternately head in one of the of agriculture received I wish to extend to you, who so late William Jennings Bryan i''v at1,

YETI[ BALLINGER ___-__ 16 1 5 6 -- 10 75 closest gubernatorial contests wit 881 votes to 226 for Sparkman. loyally stood by me In the cam- sends ,as this timely Incident.Kill .-
25 ':
101: S. BEARD _____________ 13 of the state
69 In the history
nessed
8 closed sincere
__ paign Just my I or.
. 12 23 16 __ -- In the two groups for railroad p"
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TRUX) BULLOCK ______ 21 10 1 -- -- 1 45JlfOND the tabulation of 185,000 votes received commissioner: Wells was high man gratitude and good will and I as-I Political funds are generally ''', -+
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liARD W. r1R'VIN! ____ _----- -1 4 30 from practically every that work with Partisan enemies f
: 2 20 3 -- -- bounty In group one, and !Mrs. Eaton received sure you my you hard to forget. j
H. GAUTIER ______ 106 .1 72 16 36 26 890 In the state by Hathaway headquarters : the high vote of 590 In the has been very plnuannt.' are loo often unforgiving. Yet once 4'' .
O. HARRISON[ __________ 13 120 n
1 58 demonstrates that the With bent wishes to all I flashes ,y
iIcK 20 14 Ii 5 2 64 second group of four. Judge, A. Z. you III a wbilu there upon us alight 7r ,
IIILBUN ____--6 will be I9
110 second choice vote necessary
from shining
5 -- Adkins received a vote of 997 as am, unearthly some
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'. JONES, Sr. ____________ 11 26 decide .
101: 1 8 7 1 Z -- -- 1 20 in order to definitely a delegate to the National Demo- Yours very truly, facet! of diamond character in public -

.TON J KEHOE ---------- 4 10 9 2 1 -- -- 1 27'AN who will be the next governor of cratic Convention, Fred F. .Cone I r. II. Wiggins. lite. 't

LANIER ----------- 124 113 1 71 11'' 39 30 469l1IRPHY' Florida. being second high, S As every well Informed person 11

MACK ------------- 14 16 14 1 3 __ -- 5 48 "Upon the basis of returns tab- Tabulated returns of both state The following item taken from In this country Is aware; her-, was

. : : 9 4 40 I 6) ulated by Hathaway' headquartersthe will be foundIn Thursday's issue of the Gainesville u certahn'coldneus betwet Woodrow i
and officers
1 county
==:::=::: 11 H 36 -- 122 t'
PEACOCK k kliryau
1 1 __ 1 -- contest Is exceedingly' close this Issue. Kvenlng: News will ba of In Wilson and;) William Jennings '

'ES TUCKER _____________ __ 13 6 __ -- 2 19 between Hathaway and Carlton .- terext to the many friends of Miss\ It was :In 1907 that Mr. '
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I IN A VANVALZAII 2 6' 3 79 16 1 30 U8 with Catts trailing the leaders by U. U. C. KNJOlTANNlTAL: PICNIC Ella May Long, who with her parents Wilson wrote a famous letter in It
,An W WAYDRIOIT ::=::= 37 141 124 i '
of
10,000 with little hope that he were former residents which lie expressed the wish that t

Delegates to National Demo- can' displace one or the other of The W. T. Weeks' Chapter of Starke: Judge and Mrs. A. V. something could be done to knock ..ji '

atl r'nventlon: Second Con.reiBlonal the leaders. !the United Daughters of the Con- Long and Mrs. S. T. Doll motoredto I Mr. Bryan once and for all Into a

District. ((2). 25 76 28 37 100 991 "Because of the fact that can- federacy held their annual picnicat Jacksonville today to attend rocked hat. [Indeed his very +

Z ADKINS ______________ 146 336 250 1 9 9 2 6 108 vassing boards In many counties the Weeks' cottage at Kingsley commencement exerrlins this evening I words were that something could h',

:. I'AHROLL -------------- 13 31 31 9 41i 11 35 51 464 may not convene* to officially tab lake Wednesday. During the day at Riverside Hospital, Miss be done "at once dignified and effective

.-D: p CONE: --------------. 48 155 110 4 4 Ii 1 5 59FI'Trlt ulate the returns for several ..wlmmlng and boating was enjoy- Klla Mae Long, daughter of Judge to knock !Mr. Bryan once '

R OAVIS ---:--------- 4 24 : 2 9 6 2 101 108 days it Is possible that In a number >d and at the noon hour a most and Mrs. Long, being one' of the and for al Unto .a cocked hat." r r ) 4

g 25 1 3 1 19 158Representatlve of counties it may be Saturday or nj-,'yable picnic luncheon wan graduates from the Nurses TrainIng At the Democratic! ConventionIn bu
(IS R W LLIS-:::::=::::: 61 46 a Monday before the second choice served the guests which numbered School. Baltimore In 1912 when Mr. '

vote cast for either of these two ',Jilt forty. During the after --- Wilson was a candidate for the
Legislare R. A. Green of
In the Congressman
candidates by the snpprters of noon a short business session was presidential nomination, it was I
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. 55 2 11 1 5 9 326 Catts or Carson Is all that will be id during which plant for the Washington, D. C.. returned to expected that !\Jr. Bryan with his
BARNES' :/ ': -____________ u." 1 14 II""cond made this Starke Friday where he will spend
21 2 5 -- counted and Inasmuch as more ummer vacation were attention focused on the letter of
Choice I 32 32 his vacation. Congressman Green y
------------- 2 10 UflU for of these meetingsin
votes cast the last
. 78 2 19 than 80,000 were "Ing Mr. Wilson would use his Influence p
FUAZE __________ __ 42 141 112 has well represented the Second
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26 3 10". Taylor Catts and Carson it expected ; the first Wednesday which proved decisive, "to knock t
"cond: Choice ____ 18 42. Congressional District in Congress ,
_____ 11 131 141"cond
W .' 106 27 55' 32 that the second choice vote tober. Mr. Wilson once and for all Into a
HAZEN 133 148 session and his efforts are
--------------- 76 6 19 4 1 1 255 will be heavier than ever before in .sdames E. L. Biggs. O. L. the past cocked hat." However, the decision
108 his
Choice ------------ 30 11 6 20 11' 288 ". and L. A. 'Duvls the com being highly complimented by thanan
\', Kl'" 97 103 12 history. ny of Mr. Bryan was more
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friends.
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.. J. RICK ----------- 49 4 30 9 t 11 211 S mittee In charge, with their effort many art of political sagacity and + ,

c3nd Choice -_________ 19 80 Fender' Lunch Stand will move ri.idithis a very enjoyable affair. wisdom. It was an act of conscience I ; I
Shernff ,41 488J. this week to a new location on -- .. Mrs. Emily Phillips of Avon motive
19 under) the religious
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: 137 13 35 E. Johns of Baldwin, Park has been the guest of Mrs.C. ;
:111"1"11 l EDWARDS 14 160 28 140 1038 Walnut street, just south of Supreme -, rtmrle moved him. He therefore

EPPERSON ___-===:== 202 323 208 31 11 33 Service Station No. 2. w.. 'n Starke Friday L. Peek for several days. that always did not allow his heart to r o '

County Assessor of Taxes. at 28 13 166 7'J1J. - rankle with revenge. On the contrary -

V HAYES 155 223 165 14 28 36 15 34 16 751 PBECIVCTS: 1 :I: .3 _4.. 3 n ::1 .8 TotaL as many of us remember he 1 fr'a' +v
). NANWRIGEIT[ :===== 121 263 178 actually rose In his might and

Tu Collector. 33 18 U 29 81 au Second Choice __________ 39 at 3 15 3 __ __ lit swung the nomination to Mr. Wil I, 1 d

KNIGHT 15 333 257 11 31 7 18 112 138 MORGAN __ _- __________ 38. 1t 2 4 3 _- __ till son. :,: ''I

;. TORODE ======= 101 151 88. Second ChoiceCounty __.;.____-_ :9 27 : 3' 7 2 87 Little wonder that he holds the l'
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Superintendent of Public In- '. place that he does In the affection '
ructlon.GRIFFIS'. Com. Dist. 5 A smaller J
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131 831I. of the American people.
U5 216 171 3Z 62T 22 33 1161C'InUable GAINEY __ __ -,.___...:.____ .1 :.it -s.. :.1 J 21 80 101 would have done a )

WIOOlNS-----: 270 168 10 U 14 61 OSTEEN __ __ ______.uCounty -_ .' r 1.L: ttt. .''i. '21 102. 127 person It Is a fine thine '' +
69 .. .... .. smaller thing.
.. .. -.. ( Commissioners DUt. 2 animosities.
,- .. 10 6 -- 191 278 L __ __ \l.. t&U.. %.78lU' to forget our political 1
11:1: ? : 63 CREWS 4I .__ ::
104 --- --- better thine still to
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14 S ... 1 ., __ !... 1i-: u. 184 j
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Goad 7'" -- -- ---- -- -- b"!! love continue. 1 ?
Choice, _, .:T" Y 241 141 8 71 13 -... 4T6NiN09 I County Commissioner Dl t.. 3 Et-- let brotherly ,
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d -- -- 41 3 4 1 -- CROSBY -. ________r-_ __ 118 __ i_ __ __ 118 -- Powell- has been enJoyIng I
Choice :aU Mr. John
Y4g _-=:.:_ _"-- = 77 110 10 1 8 UNDERIIILL __ __ __ _______ 210 __ .. __ r.._ 110to a visit In'Savannah. Ga. eP EJ EJ't


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dates the memory of man. WhereIs "Gentleml'lI,
6 Run""Whatever the man living In Halifax county backward th,. I. ''I

1 Will Rogers Says: "I Chews to today who can remember that arm of the la]: II I', Y'in; '

a nigger; or anyone else ever wentto hallow$d da\" ,'et

'"" / -' ... Ja.l; for stealing a watermelon? Has there fn'b) ,' ., ""i!

what I <;r':""' -' rl .'", -"... .,'.-_ J .' .(. :,-.-,--.,,.. "Under the common law, as it your memOfI I 111
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but I (10" (.?\ -j. '.-> .. ::;, .". : ... ,.. .....-: ..:.:-:' ':' : obtains in this grand old country, lure? Do ),Inl ,. u
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,"' (61 ;;.. J r-F= i"" --. "< ;, there's no such crime as stealing a Over the real': \t':

:.....: -- --.-.<:.' =---...-. ..., I"y watermelon. If so, all of you are wall? tt I
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me H : :: 'c.---' ..J:1::-: : ,'_' : -: ,-..,_.- ,' felon's garb. Yes, gentlemen this, rememh" I "a

1 __ ..- : : _---m1. ,- .. ""',,-=-,.- .....! grand old country of Its still retains Oft when tIn
I V '- =- ----- some vistlge pristine glory hot "" '
and It still adheres to the principles
.1 '' the other fellow dont Lindsey, Babe Ruth, William Allen ting caught is party its leaders.leaders. No : of liberty and Justice. Un- On the tlew'ail"', \
is as bad as '
obLWthatearo do. we wilt." White, Clare Briggs, GrantlandRice party and der the common law of Halifax dow lot
also to try
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I I In the foregoing words, Will Gen. William Mitchell: Ring eliminate\Ve are slogans. Slogans have county you cannot steal a water- you hied a\\'oI' ,,1'1-'
r Rogers launches himself as a candidate I.artlncr, Rev Francis P. Duffy been more harmfut to the country melon! Watermelon; delicious, delightful questered old 1 0 '''',,1
for President Importuned Tex Rickard, Charles Dana Gibson."I than Bo-Weevil, Luncheon Clubs, full filling! as compelling there dived II lid "I
by a committee ofAmericana fifteen famous know after being nominatedfor Sand Fleas Detours, Conventionsand whence later, )" "ud'd
to humanity as the nectar of I I
consentedto "I
Itme Rogers has l in the : Red excitement '!
qf/I anything says Rogers Golf Pants. I J ,
? the wild rose to the assiduous bee
make: the race for the purpose ; ; Nis I
first of a series of weekly appeals the vote pulled a long .
both the old A word as! to woman I" ',
in irresistible
"bunk" as to man and beastto ,
nf (mining which he will his candidacy 'hlk
hy present also by Rogers, as follows watermelon ',.
is given t ,
1t I"
t! I parties! "it's customary to register white folks, niggers and hound could C.lt
"y Ir offer leave me dazed, modesty. Every candidate always : entire dogs-as the forbidden fruit to flnd-.tll'. I I"" k to
he telegraphed Life the humorous \VI\y, there is dozens of men "Now we may alienate the pool, where ),", '
t says but there will be no our first parents in the dawn of VI.I.1 .'11
weekly, which conceived the idea that is more competent to fill this female vote if creation 'skeeted' water II'' J,
WHEN of running him for President andoT'rc,1 office than I am.Vell., I dont effort for sex appeal. Of course itself floated: and ).",,1 I, I 'hi t
'' you buy a car for cash, you pay : its columns for presentation feel that way about it at all, for it unconsciously it manifests but it will by "But for Holy Writ that It grew beneath the drub! "I J." t
cant help ,
of( his candidacy to the country after all its only the office of candidate why we of the of |x>n a tree instead of a vine, easily carried It to IrY
the factory price plus freight, war tax and "and i if I can slay dazed I that I am accepting You no means be one planks 1 J. I ''' ''IU;
In short our platform might we Imagine a watermelon ,
,
candidate."Anyway platform. against a rock,
ought,; to make a splendid know, it dont take near as gooda our old) \I\ '
THE
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delivery charges. When you buy on time, I chews to run," he man to he a candidate as it doesto will FELLOW be WHATEVER DONT DO, instead of an apple, as the fruit nocent fingers J'I.' 01 i .I I:.
OTHER
added. hold the office. That's why we which tempted Eve. But, ah, no! meat and party. "
you pay an additional charge which includes Rogers' backers, each of whom wisely defeat more than we elect. WE WILL. that. he will haveno watermelon is not included, in forbidden ness? 'I'

has formally accepted appointmentto Rogers outlines some of his poli- After regretting with which to buy votes, fruit; eating it is fraught "Ab, no, g(>JI1J"I1I"" o, ',,
fire and theft insurance. This this "National Committee" of cies in his first appeal to voters. I money declares: with no sin. Why should not a forget "VhatH I'' ,, ,. th'ngll'' '''It!
Rogers '
the new Uunklcs Party, are the He says: harmless, hard-working nigger, fore ye would ''h.d t ,
additional "Our will have to come 1: "
amount is known as a finance following, : is there wont t support nn.Ilea
"There one thing from those who want NOTHING whose only perspective is a mule's unto you, do yl,' ''I" '
rl charge." Henry Ford. Harold Lloyd"Nich.lIowa..l.lacnn l be in our party and thats fart yI' and have the assurance of getting tail and the long, weary furrow, for this Is the 11" \ .,01
olas Murray duller. Roy leaders. I think that what I g.
it." pause in his arduous toll, dash the Great .. .
men ill
Cen: B. 0 '? I I"
II. Curtis, Judge our two big parties worse than gel 011
IL The finance charges on General Motors with his forefinger the honest most authorltat J ". lanC
} Our XI"I/ohborll. eating a watermelon and going on to deny he himself nas donelusttook sweat from Ills brow and assuage man's rule of I'ond"" I
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, j cars are low because the General Motors He: Didn't some barlnless Idiot about his business. It Is prepos- ing for a ItVllo watermelon! can without doubt that ask, eating his thirst a watermelon and gnawing? hunger by Is trigger the law.100He.' "Cea' I J. ''Ii" ia)1'UI1l)

Acceptance Corporation was organized to propose to you before we were terous! It is unjust; It is against had he wanted time to ask for It,

h f married? public policy; it contravenes the It would have been given to him -
assure sound credit practice and low She: Yen. very law of nature and of nature's unhesitatingly? So what harm has
lIe: I wish to goodness you'dmarrleJ Rod to convert a plow hand into a been done What evil has been
r, rates to those of its customers who prefer him. convict Just for a 10-cent water- wrought? The law is intended to DeWitt Jones
a
f Se: I did.-Tld-Blts.: but
melon.! and prevent crime,
} to purchase time. The punlnh;
on Corporation
Acceptance Is what crime has there been here
c t Only !NllKht, Difference "Why, gentlemen, there an
; + operates the GMAC Plan of White-My wife Is very busy.She's everlasting-a divine-affinity be- eommltteed? The Indictment FISHING TACKLE-RODS
pay- that this man stole a wa-
woman's tween a nigger and a mule and a charges
p r ment. The Plan is simple, fair and eco- club. going to address a nigger and a watermelon. What termelon. Shakespeare, Heddon and Pflueger Reek
Go>J has Joined together let no "How stole a watermelo i? Gen-
nomical. Its large volume of business address While-She's I presume working? on the man put asunder. You have been tlemen, you cannot steal a water- Heddon Minnows, Al Foss Minnows, Lutz Por,
: sworn to try this man according to melon in Halifax county! Law is
:1 reduces costs. It is conducted to give you White Scotsman.-No; the dress.-Weekly the evidence, and the evidence is 'the perfection of human reason.' Bait, Al Foss Pork Rine, Hooks and Lines.

against him. But evidence of Law is common sense and common
s' satisfaction and to Now that Election la Otor Let's .
keep Go Fishing
your goodwill. The Retort Feminine what? Evidence that he did only law Is founded on common' cus-

a s;,, ; 'f When you buy a General Motora car "Why are" women beautiful, but what I defy every man on this Jury ,toms, the beginning of which ante-

so dumb? asked the sblek. "Theyare
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lx, on the GMAC Plan, you pay the cash beautiful," replied his Cleopatra If
"so that the men will fall In I

delivered price plus only the low IOVQ with them and dumb, so that ._
they will fall In love with theme
( J GMAC J .
g 'financing charge- .
notHing a. -Ex. .: .
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ards placed along Lake avenue tr .f\.. .-..;. :'" ..
r The Plan' is available only through from 11. Street to Lake. .; :,,,,;:. .. .; ,. ; ."&..., .
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Beach Menendez Cigar ','
Daytona :;
t General Motors dealers. Another reason Company of Sanford construc- ....

E, for buying. your next car-whether new ting new cigar factory started here. .
Titusville Work on
", t or used-from a General Motors dealer. new express building near Florida t l I
1r. East Coast station here: You can be sure of ,

Tallahassee-Four large bridgesto I honest service from -_ '
be constructed by Alfred K. Du- '
Pan-Am dealer. .
any y
Buy your next car on Pont Interests as connecting linksIn S And you know that
state highways In Florida.
j the products he sells /II/
Tampa-Italian Club of West _
the GMAC PlanThe Tampa will erect $100,000 new are produced and %

home at corner of Spruce street g distributed by one reliable -,. '" "
and Howard Avenue. I' }
i organisation. ""' / e
QpN'A
General Motors cars are Chevrolet, Pontiac, Tampa's output of manufactured i
''i Oldsmobile cigars; In April Increased by 1- j
i i Oakland, Buick, LaSalle and Cadillac. 000,000 over March.

Together they make up a line of 86 models, ranging Tampu-1150,000 new Davis i

: in price-at-the-factory from$495 to$5500. They are Island bridge opened to tralHc.
Jacksonville-During last three
i the quality cars of the various car price classes. years, $1,024,000,000 was spent In .

' "' u I r. Whatever make and model you choose-whether this other state.large by railroad business, telephoneand Interests, I

'; I it be of the highest price,or the lowest-you will get representing one-sixth of entire
g invested in United States. .
money
+ a beautiful body (the closed bodies are by Fisher), I Orlando-New fire alarm box

( wheel brakes, a powerful engine, and a quality of 'Installed at Colonial Drive and I This 501Gy
t Kentucky avenue.
design materials
I a and performance that only General (Florida farmers used 64,608 *

f i Motors,by reason of its resources and its policy of tons fertilizer during (February. -"j :* *&** &
Tltusvllle--Work nears com- 5 &f1 1f&
continuous ?
improvement, is in a position to give. pletion on erection of new high ,

And the final touch in satisfaction school building here. V > &** r---'u
your will come l' '"
LIkelandKempland HoldingCo. -.
PVy****
In :you buy it on the GMAC Plan. The trans. ., Lakeland, with capitalization to j ,

will be in interest. The of $50,000/ chartered. ugtJer VV
r your rates will be low. Jacksonville-Dell Mfg. Co.,

e dealer will not lose interest in you after thepayment Inc., to establish steel barrel factory V

i is ,here. '
t, I made. LaDeUe-M. Messer opens new 011 .

grocery* and meat market in Ful-

ghum garage building on Bridge motor oil is
f
;' & CLIP THE street. SAFE !
,t COUPON Tampa-Seven-acre tract pur-
l/ chased here for first unit of tire i

/ Use the coupon below to send for full informationabout and tube factory of Gould Tire &:
Rubber Company ,
the General Motors product or products in Tarpon Springs IntercoastalDev. e

st ft which you are interested, together with a booklet Co., pouring concrete .for -AM motor oil holds why it is safe in mo"or,
foundation of heavy-type steel derrick C\ PAN any
t r describing the GMAC Plan of purchase. It applies to be used at oil and gas well

also for the purchase of Frigidaire Automatic Re site. body under punishFill up; today, at the ;iut
Flagler Beach Last piling

( j frigerators and Delco-Light equipment. driven In construction of Flagler ment that soon breaks down Pan-Am station you "..: .:.
Beach fishing pier. l

I Tarpon Springs-Site clearedfor less hardy kinds. That is be.. Every dealer has scicl'i.use ( .
a
erection of building for fish


1 1 : GENERALM Oulf freezing Milton Fisheries plant ew,of business Ince.Tarpon block Springs under I g' 'i i '\ it is refined from par callypreparedchartshotjust \ ..;




: : OTO; ::, ] ; :: R Sml and .Walnut construction WATK1CMKLOXTHEFTCLASSIC streets.TIUT -: :-at.:-Elmira and <'V-r. 'lh!1$m) of duce fin'base a tougher crudes oil.which That projust is motor:: the cl,right t to protect grade of)this our *' :t.



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p I --------CLIPTIIE COUPON.________ About 40 years ago William Daya
CLEANGasoline '
great trial lawyer In North Caro- ,

I GENERAL MOTORS (Dept. A), Detroit Miell. s lina, made a speech that cleared a ,..
$ II 1 negro of a charge of "lifting" a .
? V 1 CHEVROLET 0 PIeMnd,withoutobliplionto ,J8tntedO 1 watermelon. That speech delivered Next time you see aPanAm 'Pan"Petroleum U11TIerlCal1

I 1 Gteratur.dnmbinge.c6G.o.nlMotonpaodutt 1 1I in the Superior court of Hall pump, look .
f' PONTIAC
I I h... chadecl- toprher with your boo1J.t fax county, still lives as a classic. at the gasoline in the .
Y I I OLDSMOBILE 0 about the GMAC PIau.OAXLAND The prisoner, incidentally, was a visible bowl. Note .
former slave of Day's father
( 0 Name There was conclusive evidence of how clear. and cleanit Corporation

BUICX 0LASA1.I. his guilt, but Day saved the day is. And remember
with this eloquent address to the.
clean gasolinemeanrackanermlxor.
Ifuf 1 0 AddrusI Jury: .

CADIU C "Jurymen, consider this remarkable Also distributors of KIP ,f-j w.t.Jt" ..Y.*!::> .. _".
0 circumstance. Here Is an attempt .n. ..rw. :: ." .!:1Ji.IXaAaNItl : t'L.A. ,. .

I to send to the chain gang
I r ? II an humble. Inoffensive nigger,
+ If PRJQIDAl4lJ A.-Y.N. u.c-D DE1.CO-UQHT 1
'&.. -- .-i__ ___ -- ...---- -m-.O I born and reared in a log cabin in

..---JI- Halifax county for Just palling and ,. IIml/aI/ Y1an...-"" ,'-_.. ..,WIJtII\ MIaNMMYEIINItlWaaMlAl/IaA/Njlll_JII R I"''m.lMII\n' tI.-.II\IIII'tI,4 I!!'! ,!."".. _IbM _


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t) F: __ .__ _. __. I'\fm TnRIt1I! ,
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or r '1
-' Ho KIKWOMULS' he iirt; md I hav '>1m"< to ron

I I PhD" tooili mum ''onrnit. hi-. BUS' I ,<&1In troll hi. Ms hushiiiiil 'ed' ',' t

01 Florida in Short Paragraph, 0 hut don't i wurrv, I i"III Kivi" wits/ ->iiul>tnK I'," 'ii". .I inmljtci !- ;+l'+
Never sr tfj X .
i you an Inji'i"t ton MI thai you will ,it,' a nlli'4i i < Hi'iuin.ii.mrl' ha

., ", feel nothiiiK! illoil, ili-tpHlcil, mid It'tt' time little .c !

,' ...! .,':j The' Man in the Chair,-"Tel Infidel, and I have come to l bl! appoints l I P; .

Hint I to somebody else--I'm a den their executioner" '

State News I list myself. Passing Show. '- '

Live LY MT s,, Ye .. L \ n ...--- "N w. 1 wonder," remarked the ) 1 ,

"Uncle, what In n gross Insult' nice olil-fiiMhloiipd lady at the r., I

"When a man from Miami en dance, "I muter/ uliatevor'M become ? i, :

0! tM-H n Los Angeles fruit store andskn of the' /Kill: "\ who used to drop

TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES x ." for a doten Fl"'ldarango...'. her eyes rats' her fuce timidly, .

:\ Kxclninge.: and murmur, '\'"'ii'U have to ask I f fd'a

-..-.--._-- j: $ : -----.-- (\/\pI'.' '
---- ----------------. : "'/th'h Your Stfi "
,, : "She's got a dllud'ter' answer-
i ., *lIfO Quigg form- to enforce an ordinance which pro- lit"You must economize! i"1 the up-to-dute itron.,,, "who '

bore, announced hibits among other things! the operation "':-"" (I'hlnk of the future. If I wort to Bhaiits, 'shove her In high kid I

nidoned plans for of a theatre on Sunday, ,' ? 1'y ,
,i> > die whore) would you bp" The old man's gaining/ <'" us!

,ul getting the Job .,,. I Sh: <> ,"I should be here all y ,

,IH his reason the right The auction 1 18--whel'e '
a Miami man too Eustls-Selection of a site In iiul.i< you be-'Vt' kly Tel.,- PAINTER'SSimon .i ,: u'j
Lake county, within a few min- ,
,graph (Sheflehl..)
utes drive of the business! centerof ---. i '

Wall line- Eustls as the location of t the "The World War veteran took .
\',,, I Charles: SpanishAmerican Pure Citrusand ,.,i
a ii by the Florida War Veterans Tommy, his young son, with him i
the winter retreat colony was an- a tetw to nn American Legion meetingand
qmpany, was : t bFERTILIZERS
about 10 nounced !in a telegram received by I heard a speaker predict the s
1 I''M' wire (,>m Farm Crop py4
In while he was work- George W. Hummell of this city passage of the universal\ I draft

A r im, at Highland park, Thursday. Authorization of the I measure at thin session| of Congress ,
I""
0I> ,Jules south of Lake announcement was given by Major I as the bottt guaranty against I i
t Ellsworth Jeffery of Cleveland, O, ._
,uk Carter who was war. Following th( moot in K Tommy -
l! secretary of the Civil Service Commission was Introduced to tinmioiikcr., I
was severely
him,
''/
u
in'i' him and one of the leaders In who said: I Are
,Il _'(tort to rescue '

ell the development.. _., ,:.;:"' d-" '', "And what are you going to bo : "IIMK I TUUUn: fllOVTK8TK1 u ;

M F. Thrasher, '4 t when you grow up?" >" c ,
ruth ? elected: president Oca la--Fifteen dairymen from J "I'm going to be n soldier," I -
was
yep Nat- Volusla and: Flagler counties accompanied Tommy replied.
United dsae
du branch the Acknowledged ,
Brands are
p
1 by the county agricul- b "A sob.lierVhy' dont you Our gT
of poetofflcein I which /I
,lotion /
L A' convention of tural agents and Hamlin L. Brown, auuuopea 9 N! tX5iJ4 _! 11,2tre.et know there won't be any more I Standard by have
annual
,,' yttieve Growers of Florida
he held here. Other of- extension dairyman, GalnesvlUe! wars when we get this universal all fertilizer for I'
clerk visited Ocala this week. Also num- draft act?" thu speaker asked! I Judged "
,.1" n>a were: Miss ,Fannyni'land nearly forty years. d. ,
i bered In the group were the club I klrcJetux "Sure, tints why Im going to +
what
vlce-presl-
first for
Being all we car i _
h ?KK'C
'
Homestead, boys taking the dairy short course bo soldier. Tommy an wered. all
of grttlag
J
Kmerson; 10.11..1
i I. I we' get
: at Gainesville. -- -- -
,
IllCl \ I -president; W. S. On a busy day woman walked we ran for what wo give, I
J. D. t .''y+ ,
Dili luuuo. secretary; : I Into the olllce! of the court roonmat I I. the policy\ of

fiton i lain City treasurer Mr. Perry-Reports from the fisher-, 4Y LM QDOR -v At la n tn, ta.! and iiildreHHfug '
tOI, also> was named delegate men at the mouth of the Steta- : Judge Blank, said: THE E. O. PAINTER '

lit national association in Clnati hatchee river in Taylor county e.M bt 14 O"40' / __ "Are you the reprobate Judge/: FERTILIZER CO.

Sept 37. Sebring was are to the effect that large quantities I i u Kepy, "1 urn the probate Ju-lice. JACKSONV1LLK, FLA. ',!,

1929 convention of King mackerel are being v'4% p- Y
the
ted as [ "That is what I wu saying, -- -
taking the meeting from caught each day, several carloads -___,_------ ---- .. r
Jo1, h) a 14-12 t vote. being shipped from Perry to mar- I II I "'' ._ .. .w ... ,_.___ ROO _. _..... .-'---'- .-- -

kets in the north. ,

.-In .deciding S a man- i 1; 1. ; r I FAULTY VALVES CAUSE ; .M'r'' W! '
.
, on Myers ________ _
jus proceedings brought by the Pensacola-It Is announced here I rIR3T F-L000. .3C 3D f'1..OOR t:fAMOD11'1ED L: >>' I' '

full here some time ago, that fast and regular freight service _,
court "' .., "'
supreme court at Tallaee between Pensacola and Memphis : .Y-'f 11. .J.. MOTOR TROUBLE j jf
state "* '
valet will be late in getting started -' I f v
the *
approved -
yesterday ENGLISH cost. the Ice box, thus these two can be .
i J236.000 In refunding : on regular schedule. This Is COTTAGE TYPE: For the house herewith Illustrated reached from the outside\ A door 1 .

ds for the city of Fort Myers over the new Frisco branch of the the architects have retained the from the entry also connects with GENERAL SERVICE GARAGE

as announced Friday. St. Louis and San Francisco road. (By R. C. Hunter & Bro. Archs., full charm of the English cottage the front hall, so the front doorIs ''
The new trackage was built without kitchen When you have trouble with your motor, ton to one It In t
in the picturesque exterior while convenient to the savings !
announced but New York.) 86 of all motor troubles can be traced directly It
It the valves. percent
delay, was
Eus- '
and of
This city and the
uunt Dora- they have also worked out an eco- steps annoyance '' +, ,
.ire the only cities In CentralIda shortly after Its completion record The popularity of the English nomical and practical plan to accompany passing through other rooms. The back to the action of faulty valves -twlatod and warp- ''ti i
movies areg rains prevailed in some sections of but and has ed by teh turrinic heat generated by the motor's action. The :
where Sunday cottage style is undisputed it. kitchen Is well laid out a !
the the new connection, and It was connecting. only Mate and etllolent method, of getting the best out of your'I''I
operated. In Eustis op- style in the original form is not The roots have been so designed very large pot closet II '
of of the ICWiK {VAY system, a system!
thought best to allow a settling motor Is through the use d
[g of the little motion picture without drawbacks. that even a maid's room anda Tho pantry has built In cupboardsand with t' w
starteIiave the grades before it was safe to arranged that of Bclentlllc operations by which motor valves are ground
Sunday shows, the doors are so
for the third t
utre bath provided on ,
trains to the low rambling roofsof are and, precision ,,
which resulted operate heavy and fast over Owing but few more steps are re- mechanical accuracy
of protest floor, while no space is lost on the very
me mayor ordering the. police the same. the English cottage th f second second floor three comfortablebed quired to reach the dining room We have adopted and Installed, thin system after a thorough v
floor is, in many cases greatly reduced ; from the kitchen, than If no pan Investigation of Its merits and because It U known us the j /

Wooing lIy Letterse A colored preacher down South in area. This reduction In rooms, a bath' and exceptional were provided.A most modern, up-to-date process known. The noxt time you ,
try
was trying to explain the fury of size of the second floor Is a serious closet space are there found. show the advantage f, "
cellar extends-: under the en- are around our way, drive In and let un you i
''I love U." hell to his congregation. that The living room has a large ', ,t
matter, for it Is here space built-in win- tire house. of having your valves ground the KWIK-WAY System. t
lie "C here, F U don't stop "You all Is seen molten ironrunnin' is at a premium in order to give open fireplace with a and h

III call mother." out frum a furnace, ain't the required: number of rooms of dow seat adjoining.The Complete working plans be \
service arrangement of specifications of this house may .I
Ie Y"? ?" he asked. good size. And the servant'srooms \
you this house merits study. The rear obtained for a nominal sum from /'awMann Proprietor
these ,
EZ2CUIi2 with the cottage type
01! It's had. ;
lie said It
The congregation Refer to
Editor.
cellar Building
connects direct with the the
," continued must generally be provided on the entry i''
UI18 "Well, the preached for II.A-87. FLORIDA'
added stairway it provides space House STARKE
! at considerable ,
first floor,
Ie'Will i U B mine'" "dey uses dat stuff to' icecreamIn ,

lit (falling on his neck"Oid de place what I'm taklln' bout. FliAPriCK'S PRAYER out clean. being replaced with $7,500 new fl.---- ,.... .. .
\ TUB and apartment. -. -...... ....-.-......-... -, .. - --
modern store
World
-New York Evening -- The game you play Is a man's long

I want the lights to brightly shine, suit I ,, YI

I want the men, I want the wine Since Eve first ate the forbidden

\verage Man Vainer Than Woman I I want the fun without the price. fruit.

I want to be naughty and yet b< For whatever you get you'lpay\

About Appearances, Says Ex perij [ nice.I the price--

want the thrill of the last long; Hut you can't be naughty and yet Popu1arityrn.that STANDARD

kiss be nice.-Iberville, (La.) pa ( 6i 4 r,,

,.
I want the things the good girls per. ..

miss, w.N.Ng..Nw.wNN...e1 STANDA 1

the the heart of ,a ?
I want man arms, : BROOKERMl. only 'MOTOR o

And yet the single If I can. .. !._!. ..1..... Cor. .* 1...

C yc Kv So. dear Cupid give me advice .iN.N.NN.NN.NN11 ) h
Y yj:N; On how to be naughty and: yet bi UALITY
Brooker June 8.-Misses Flor-
nice.I ?
'
ene and Stellamae Ward return '
want to what other girls do. night' M .
ed home Thursday after l'
Tease and cuddle up bill and coo, I will
friends bring/
spending several days with
1 ysri Blacken my eyes and powder mj:
in Clearwater.
nose,
i: Show my dimples above rolled Mr L.: R. Gainey, A. B. Sur-

hose; rency, L. A. Brown O. W. Ilazen
and Mr. Hough, were all attending "
cheeks and pencil my; :
w"fYK! : ;c a Rouge my
to business in Starke Monday. :
Ups c'
Carry a silver flask on my hips Those attending the normal --
from here are Misses Pearl and
Tango a little and shimmy a lot

Park my corset when the weather Lois Gainey Lubedla Plnholster
tI is hot. Iris Brown and Martha Grover.

Ride and swim, golf and skate There'was a ball game between

y a'Y. Take the fence instead: of the gate Penney Farms and Brooker Satur-

Break all records aye, but one, day afternoon at Penney Harms

And be good and true when the which resulted in the score of 9-7

ci, ydigI game Is done.I in favor of Brooker
i don't like pepper but I do like Last Sunday the Brotherhoodfrom

spice Jacksonville, Gainesville and *
and yet be attending our A IRST every year. I i Ii
I want to be naughty Palatka. were t lit'
nice. church and sure did cause us to h '
in sales wherever
I Cupltl'a Answer enjoy the meeting much better. i p f 'I?

The advice I give is long and true,, Mra. H. Gainey returned home is sold. )fi I Ii R

You can't eat pie and have It, too,, Monday after a feW days visit with

.".4 If you wan the man and want the her son at Plant City.

Y- u 1 wine, Tallahassee -a Production of i
It Is to pay while you love
yours
Florida farms In 1928 and 1927 1i.
and lIne: ; .
/ELFrAr'A- vauled ovzer $100,000,000.
the firstmoment's
yields,
i If the first one '
? llVfTEf Crystal River-$2,384 new two-
bliss
room grade school building will TIlE claim often made
Why the!! next one must be a longer

j NEW YORK-Which Is the vainer business He Is afraid his curls or want kiss; the arms of the man, be From constructed 1915 to here.1927 Florida expended (' k

*? Jabot would catch In one of the It you of heart.It : total of (65,849,033 on for other oils-that they are as good as ;
wheels. construction and maintenance of ,;
|Yea It Is-not the feminine Ha. "Throughout the ages women have Is his to give that certain part. FhStandard"

,M-E-N in the opinion of that In- been charged with being the vainer If you want thing the good girls Its roads and bridge. Motor Oil- r
I of the picture Considerable acreage baa been obviously sug-
rnatlonal authority on beauty.Mme |sex. Yet an Investigation miss
|''e< Rubinstein, of London Paris, rages of history will show that Then you've got be wiser than planted to watermelons In DeSoto 1

d New York' :, whose establishments since the Neanderthal man proudly most girls Sis; county and grower are anticipating is the standardof 1v
' glorifying feminine race girdle swathed his loins with the skins ol So watch your step, II my advice. an excellent crop.Oreen.IllSouthern. gests that this product

flobe, pride themselves more upon wild animals down to the present era But can't be naughty and yet Sawmill;
you
the masculine -
*"lr appearances than women. of Ojcfon''! ajgcd i' manhooU nice. tarts operation here and la em-
"IT since men doffed rhea fi"oeen the ostentatious sex be and hand. in the oil industry.:
mask doublet In favor ol tweed The receti excavations at Luxor gave Go to It. kid. with your crease ploying ISO quality
the far- Palm Beach-Work to begin
what length (
"or-made*, and substitute wooleu an Iclco 10 paint ,
Q for silken nose." Mme. Rubin- famed K Tut went to Improve hi. To make you look just what you shortly on construction of 4 new !r

In observed, they have been woo.pulchritude looks, le is which bo woman u? I ain't; business buildings at southeast ... Leery time you buy a gallon efgaiolina

behind the petticoats to date i L ever approached.adrnll t'on. harefound : Shimmy and drink to your heart' corner of Palm Beach avenue and yeapoy 5ep.rgalfon Flom la State endln.p.celon Tea Ch '
Weir! -ourtlng
women-foil. Ask: the per- "Men. In na-.ur Th : content. Sea View Avenue.StarkeSeaboard.
a'ot wavers and hair tlnterf ando t.1: prototypes will
has held a h';h"r 1 Ba hugged and squeezed till your Air Line
*P clalist t''n*ys
If you don( believe U gandet bus service between Jacksonville
chimself than the fefton; ribs are bent. operate
117 f :
n>T best women cuatomert'Vt opinion hen is cunt ni to tit I clothes on a hickory and southern point.) via
Ittticray Park your
volUnteereei the Information thar Tte OIL COMPANY
. fla'in'4 STANDARD
the roo-'rr : 1
axe -n- whUe Starke.
her
of their orders is due to the on 't limb. ,
!lib Uae to "blcn 'their husbands hlacalapi, "mngeIn the bhirkuuua But don't you dare go Into swim; Tallahassee-Acreage planted to I -

t t their cosmetic. The' only thing And mare cows naD violets compare Bathe if you will on tbedewy Satsumas In Western Florida has INCORPORATED IN KENTUCKYr P'' ,

fwtralns the modern man from sows are .oirnyard. stallion, bull, green Increased; from about 50 acre In
seeking
dertOIJ i hit hair and dressing up to appU and what han But you can't use mud and comer LaBelle-Burned; Forrey' tore ? '
one boars
of ,
his frilled and fur clowed billy gootu I

eatQra 1* the nature of modern JO -" u ... I '+

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1 HOW LEGION CARES and Rope to Compete at Cal

11 ] : Kings of Saddle rtlr ,

i.a..t FOR OUR ORPHANS



ery I IJLary, tre date to be announced Abandoning institutional-- earn for I ,....-0---- .
1 ef .
later.Mrs. orphan children In favor of home ;
Canova assisted by her LORD AND LADY VJ/LLINGDON
I daughter, Eunice and Martha maintenance and care the Anvr- L.d!!! \
Iran Legion child
i Phone 29 I welfare committee o >rk
: : Ilrownlee 'served light refreshments I
has registered another step In ,
A and ctellctoua
of sandwiches the progress of scientific chili care
h (((
I punch. In the United States. A series of
MRS i:. M: ,, JOHNS N(OTI( ]:: AVOMAX'S: : five regional conferences held
IUI"J'IS'f Vu M. H. :MKMTIXO':
KXTKHT1.H; ,, ('r.t'B :\IIm1'l: \o throughout the country during 1
( f w r
Circle No. One will meet with May by Legion workers who givespePlal : '
HiB.. M. Johns entertained The regular monthly meeting!
1 Mond.n, afternoon at her home at. of the Woman's Club of Starke Mrs. Geo. C. While next Monday attention to the care of I the

:, Kin ley Lake wftb a bridge party will be hel'.1 Wednesday June 13th,. afternoon three o'clock. All orphaned chjldren of world war

in '.mor< of Mrs. Clarence IIopp 1:30: : p. m. All new officers will:I members are asked!! to be present. veterans has given new vitality to

!i and Miss Jeanette DurJen of Tam- please bo present for the install' Mrs. J. M Brownlce leader. the Legion program of child betterment -

thou and presentation of oUlcers.. Circle No. Two with Mrs. Ray- 1 by emphasizing the chaiiK1 -
pj .
mond as leader will meet at the lug program. The Legion is now I
Spring flowers of varied hues Hostesses for the afternoon: I: !:JL.
home of Mrs. J. F. Klckliter, Jr.. |IIIE'eklng. whereever possible to iryt
.
:Mrs. S. L. Peek, Freeman Register,
z i were lined on screened<< porch "
with Mrs. Klckliter and Mrs? Joe i keep every orphaned child in its
where four tables were arranged C. L. Peek, N. T. Hitch, O. M.\ Sis-
hostesses. AU j natural home, or in an adopted
Edwards: as members :
l for bridge and scores were kept ,I trunk, L. Wyman, T. C Morris, A. asked to attend. /i| home rather than to establish as- ? .} ::- ,
P. Thomas \V. Wainwright M. < 4N. ,
tallies of floral design. ,, u '
on a 1
for the
( jylusm
Circle No Three will met at I youngsters. I II i

,l a a Following several interesting/ Miss Carrie Uglow.. the home of Mrs. K. F. Johns next ,I This trend of the legion work I

-I games of bridge the holder of high :MISS l-( I,0\V KXTKItT.\I\H: : Monday afternoon At three oVJock Is being gratefully acclaimed by I f

r. score Miss Mabel Weller was given with the leader, Mrs. Epperson In I most of the older organizations | PRINCE OF WALES
C. K.The:.
an embroidered luncheon set charge. All members requestedto working for child welfare. The
,
Mrs. Oeo. Flynn was condoled I
attend. Legion has a basis Income of about i
1 ; -wlth/a deck of cjlrds. To each of home of Mr. und Mrs. John ---- --- -- I $100,000
a year from an endow-I
the honor guests Mrs HoPPe and Uglow was the scene of a very METHODIST: : MIHSHXNAKYSOCI !
"+ f44 ment fund for child welfare work / Aa' (
Miss Durden, compacts were given enjoyable event last Friday evening MTV: but /
through Its branches it raises
r
1 as mementos Of the occasion. when Miss Carrie Uglow en- '
several times that ?
amount each
: ; The hostess served a tempting tertained the Christian Endeavor. TheVomen'B Missionary Society' t11k

i naiad course with Ice tea. The home was beautifully decorated held their monthy business meetIng year and the child welfare agencies -I ,

I t Them enjoying this affair were: ; for this lovely affair and In the church Monday after which have been for many a }a, .4
dealing
years with
problems which |
b t Mesdames O. L. Beasley, N. Stern- punch was served the guests noon. The President, Mrs. A.

It berg, Geo. Flynn, D. A. Montlelh.j. throughout the evening. Games J Wood conducted the devotionaland I are still fairly new to the Legion'i, J
are gratified to the 'i
see large
E Corpening J. C. Robinson and clever cpntests added merri- business session : new

a :' a L. Wyman. E. Burns \V. K. IJut- ment to the pccaslon, and late in Mrs. Emily Phillips, a charter wealth and man power which the
Legion puts Into welfare
k ( ler, J. S. Butler, A. Z. Adkins, C the evening refreshments of strawberries member of the society gave an In-; work directed -

A. Knight, W. M. Woinwrlght. with whipped cream and turoHthiK paper on "Medical Missions along lines dictated by long

j Clarence Iloppe, Miss Jeanette cake was served by the hostess After Fifty YeaTS"! i experience

> R 'r Burden and Miss Mabel WelJer.APTKIt.VOON assisted: by her mother. About I The ,cIrcles will unite for the'' :t has taken the veterans' organization ,

-------- thirty guestsenjoyed this delightful summer months, June 18th Mr. only about two years to .......-:. .. ..>-, .. ,::x.,'..'Vo...':'," fif "

: mu.o: affair J. II. Hitch will entertain the society struggle; through maize of vary-1 J>v'.,. ,.......<' :t.u.. : :. <%. ,
; & .
.y CLUB MKHTS; : -.----- at the Peek cottage, Kings- Ing suggestions which assail any ;, t' .,?....-JM::..;. *$'M.: .

it w J I O. H.: MKKTING: ley 1 lake Cars will leave the churchat organization newly launched- -in'-- ':

Members of the Afternoon 2:30. All ladles of lie church benevolent effort. As one old-
The regular meeting of the local time I Calgary the "Cowboy Capital ot For the coming Stampede the Prince. I the various Stamp, .eDII.
worker in
1 ,' Drldge Club enjoyed their weekly are Invited. :, chlM welfare ex- Canada" will stage 1U annual Calgary of Wales Da donated. a trophy tot 'eluding oroncho 'U'I1'i ,
the Order of BastE'rnStar te St
'I r game of auction bridge Tuesday chapter of : pressed It, "the Legion has foundits I Exhibition and Stampede. July the winner of the Canadian bucking ra (which ,
+ 4 afternoon aa the guests of Mrs. O. was held Monday evening at IJAI'TISTHer. i place very quickly. It is five 6.14. and according to Stampede I horse riding contest and other dogging)

t' i, 4 L. Beasley.r the Masonic hall. I years ahead of itself In this work." Manager Guy Weadlck it will oe one trophies are offered oy Lord Willing- ing wild horse ana ., \1 iota

LI Three tables 'were arranged in After the regular business session ( O. I' Raymond, pastor) I The definite change In the Legion grano reunion of cowboys and cow don. who'will. be present. at the Stem ing wild cow milkiiu nag I'

the living room where pansies, !! committees were appointed Sunday school at 10 a. m., J. F. policy this year has been to girls :rom the Rio Grande to toe pede. E W Beatty pre ld..nt. ot the races ID which .''. i male

a ,, daisies, roses and nasturtiums to make arrangements for the Klckliter supt.Worship abandon, as rapidly as possible, its I Peace River. Indiana pioneers mo: Canadian Pucinc Railway: Edward f squaws show that tll, ,ooi)< reto i ,
W I Northwest Mounted Police veteran Albee. ot the ICeith-Albee-Orpneuir. has lost
no
the speed m Mvonow''
Matron's visit eve-
Grand on at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. original plan of I
decorations. erecting
formed the artistic/! I orphan for su wild and woolly nays antS six Vaudeville Circuit. and R James age

Salted peanuts. were served on ning of July 2nd.- Baptism to be administered at eve- i asylums under the neater name ot I wonderful Western nights I,, Speers noted Canadian turfman the Indiana camp r' \ '-nana P.:

tables .'during the games. at the (Ulltl.SUXIt.J.lty nlug( service. | "children's billets" and to make Calgary is a nustling city in West During the Stampede. Governor are. a moat pictm "to) man

+ close of which prizes were awarded MlhrrlNflThe: : Mid-week service Wednesday at available the funds formerly applied ern Alberta and its Stampede. nee tne General Lord Wllltngdon will oe the i isuest I a really. remarkable -n \\ an *

1 ut ; to Mrs. C. A. Knight winners 8p.m, I I to maintaining billets. The patronage ot the Prince. ot waiea of Alberta pioneer. ranchmen. a squaw was dome 'H'"T en
: Last Sunday evening Lester billet who owns the near-oy .E.... danrn Pat Burns, Cattle King oi the Can net oravea tepee wn-i I'. .r.x
,r q of high a pair of hose, winner of of the First plan was thrust on the Legion I
Oirls Auxiliary Price Robinson and George Kay- Governor General. Wlllinidon; ono adlan Northwest. A ffi; Cross Ownel'I I hta that the qnn"\ ?
second Mrs. O. M. Inman received some years ago by local enthusiasts I
llatillHt church was held Monday various provincial ano Ltominioiceleorme ,: 01 the A7 Ranch and Senator uor Rushing r'om.er< > mb
ft box ot dusting powder. afternoon at the home of Mrs. mend were Baptized Into church ( in several states. Do- 1few ,earl age tne at Rylev. ot the 'Flying U' Ran 11 >>'ac apron :an in. )lUll 0;, 'Irruse '

a: Paul 10. Cnnova with her daughter membership.At nations of land and sometimes of tenaanc. wee tee than IOU ,tin ini 11.1me, cuucit wagon" dinner a' 'hIIB Rna won the ,
Mr Mrs. O. L. Iloasley assisted by
her l Eunice Cnnova as hostess. The the morning service Misses cash and buildings also by public- last vtjr/310379 people gas >ni01 ..' amp ol the Stampede. ronnaor With net ,lIr6n( thin :
Grim served
r4 Miss Ethel
Mona and Illanche\ Alderman, Mr. spirited people, helped to start the .,u'' business ot the Auxiliarywas
{4 : guests with tuna fish salad, sandwich regular
attended to and plans were 1 and Mra.. J. I). Bowers, Leonard Idea. It took time to learn that the _u ,______ __
's, saltlnes, toasted marshmallows -
Y r olives and Ice tea. Nas- made to Bond a box to Miss llar- and Lettle May Bowers were received donations while very fine evidence ,! bureau and with state and local effort and the state and local organizations -ity for going into !i'' at
<<1 by letter. of public spirit, founded establishments 'i Is In touch with each
agencies, and great
practically year
riot Raymond who is a Missionary counties and >
turt' ma were used on plates as 27 Mr. F. M. comp' ct t
Ou Sunday May ,
In the Phllllplne Islands Miss i which required more andmore all orphaned children of sums to the central income for this
favors I Sanderson, Mrs. A. M. Darby, 1 dren to see what i 11 id I
I Raymond's<< father Rev. O. P. Raymond donations for maintenance. world! war veterans, and with a work.
I The guests wereMesdamus: O. L. guest at this meeting Charles, and Fannie Darby were Then there rapidly came to the at- : great many other children o$ dls- funds. The veteran I ) ct tl
was n I
s Haynea, N. Slornberg, K. M. Johns. and l read to the Auxiliary a portion received by letter. ,I tentlon of Legion workers the fact ahle\l veterans or of veterans teniporarlly The United States veterans bureau posits and the units II t .,I ,> tr<

r9 A. 7.. Adklns. E, Burns Clarence of letter from his daughter The following seven young people i that after au, under any name or I[ unable to give their children pays out considerable sums en's auxiliaries get 'iu> a
5,, Iloppa 'I'limpaV.; K. Hale, who told of her work In the ] received Jl. Y. 1>. U. diploma. any form of management, the Legion I proper care. By no means all each year In compensation: to or- ner of the land and ni' many OH

t of Cedar Key, AV. M. Walnwrlght, Islands which was very Interestingto on Sunday evening last!., for successfully I billets were Institutions and j of those children known to the Legion phans of veterans, but the bureau have found that ''In, ;uarJii

t r J. C. Robinson, C. A. Knight a.M. the people present. A passing examination on even when conducted on the cottage as needing some form ot help merely turns the money over to were not applying tin ninth tot
Inman, Misses| Mabel Weller young the new H. Y. P. U. Manual: Miss! the of t t'''
t Missionary playlet will be given In plan they did not take the are yet receiving It, but a steadily legally appointed guardians actual care and education

y Jeanette Durdeu.!: thfl t near future by the Girls. Aux- Qussle Mae Bennett, Miss Ituth place of real homes. Increasing number are being and has limited means or author- children.
Guest, Misses Thelma, Melba, Alice
r I II One or two of these billets will reached with some form of aid.
i and Funnle Sll'ox, ami SunshineHundley
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probably be retained in states The objective of the whole program ,
I II I I 1011ItIIIItI1I111111III11IIUIIHIIIHIIIIIIIIHIHtHIIIIIIIIII' / 11111nIIIIIIIIIIIIlYIl0I1tlIIIIIIIINIINIIIIaNIIaIIIIIIII11 111YIIIIIIWIYIII" .0<
11
r'r I I where there is definite need for is to see that no child shallbe

t t Yt-U do not need a lot of money to furnish your home II I IMI.SHYTIIU.\\; ; I them and where the buildings are I made to suffer in physical, moral HAROLD C. WALL

[ up and in use. One has been definitely or Intellectual health, or in up-

h : I II Rev. n. T. Watson, recently of abandoned, and two others bringing and opportunity because

comfortably'r'e I Cumberland Mountain Presbytery once planned and partly providedfor < ot Its father's sacrifices In the war. INSURANCEC

I In Tennessee has been engaged by will not be constructed. In Workers have found that a great

the Presbyterian church In Starke most states there are public Institutions -! many homes which are on the BT.\ KE, FI.ODID.R'prHC'nts .-\

' : f 1 line of BLUE RmDON' BEDS and SPRINGS. New us supply pastor for the summer. adequate to care for such point of breaking up, owing to
Insurance
the Host Lending CompaniesFIRE
r k Patterns New Colors. Services will be held regularly orphans of veterans as cannot otherwise I lack of the father's presence and

; .II I I at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. each sabbath be provided for. Mean- support, can be saved by modest ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE BOND LIABILITY

and Christian Endeavor at while the Legion is to direct its financial aid and by free medical ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY

7:15: p. nt.Church energy and it funds to the job of ,! attention, temporary help in fixingup J ,

,r al'i 1 Hart Furniture I II night Wednesday at 8 making the best provision which the house, tiding over pay- ;AINIIIIIMIYIIfhAIIIItIIINIIImillIININI11I1tlIIINIIINIIIIIM!!!'! !!,,' "' '!' !!!,' ,! '!' !!,,_, !'!' !!,MiiiiiiiHffliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii" ; <
i : m. scientific study has found can be ments, providing transportation to .,-
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't' I I I I Everyone cordially' Invited to made for a child, namely, to and from school, locating employ-

Ing or finding a real home keep-I ment for the mother, finding a lit- Coldwell Lawn Mowers SIt. O
come and join in the worship. _____ ___

p -- ---- -- -I I'il II B. T.Acting WATSON Pastor. ]j I I Reaches .\Veterans'\ Children tle part-time or one home of a hundred work for other children Rain, Kino Sprinklers __ __ ___ S W i

I Recent child welfare conferences means. 10 in. Oscillating Electric Fans 9M
have been held at Northhampton
CAIll (>Jo' THANKS 10
I Many children who Large wheel Garden Hand Plow
a Mass., Philadelphia, Kansas would otherwise -

I wish to thank-my friends and City, and Denver, and one will be have gone to orphanages have Hat and Cold Water Jugs ___ .$2.50 to $U? 1

You supporters who stood loyally by held at Birmingham or Atlanta been placed In distant states, be- Fenole and Sprayers at Reduced Price

TH Give me during the recent primary. I for the southern area. They have cause the Legion could pay the

shown that as a general proposi- transportation cost. Temporarycare
supportand
certainly appreciate your '
will do my best to make the tion the Legion working in cooperation has been provided for many Starke Hardware and

v with the U. S. Veterans children while parents have goneto
t I that Bradford
best Tax! Collector ,

: county ever had. I I> Northwest Quarter" of Southwest saved hospitals their lives or ,treatment but which which they Furniture Co.
:4 4. A Check! C. A. KNIGHT. Quarter* (N'Wli <>f HW'j). of HictlonKlBht : :
i ; ; .... : (8); In TOWNSHIP K1C1IIT had no means of securing with- ..,-.-.-.-._ _._.-..,_ _. _._nn-.
(8) South Range Twenty-three (23)
\V. U.1JoIOIU.U.: :: HKUVICKAll : KAST: and also out letting their little ones starve -=-
,1 Friends Camp No. 138, East Half of southeast Quarteur until a helping hand found the
j
7 1ri Woodmen of the World, will con- of Southwrxt Quarter (F.IYof\ 813 i way for them.
of S\V4). Kant Half of Northeast
_ duct their regular Memorial ser Quarter of Southeast Quarter (Ku'!, Thus far the Legion flue not undertaken I
vice at Kingsley Lake cemetery of NK'i. of WIOV4)), of Section (2),
Sunday afternoon June 10th, 4 and Southwest Quarter of South- permanent home allow-
<< invitation Is went Quarter .of Southwest Quarter ances except In scattered cases, although

.' tit r t ... o'clock.extended to A the general public to be pres (S w Vy'tcef' SWVi(l2) : ofnS'v\ <;':'H Section It, hopes to divert Increas- I

n r and ent. Sovereigns are requested to 1 KIOMT: (8) SOUTH, RANGE TWKN- !I ing funds to this need. The/ first
There is & sense of personal permanent TY-TWO (22) RAST.
meet at the Camp at 3:30.: B M. JOHNS hope III to help the needy familyto

yr M'' The Starke band will also rend-, Ax Special Master help itself. When outright cash

er music on this occasion. I MrCOLLUM! & HOWELL, aid is the only it Is
provided
JnrkHonvllle, Florida. way,
establishment plus plenty of pride in the voice _-4-- I Solicitor fur Complainant.
; Col. Joe 11111 Williams of Lake 6-8-U-J-29 when possible. The last thing the -
--r ; I IIn Legion wants Is for the children
Butler was attending to business
of veterans to go permanently to Carload of WHIPPETS
.
( Starke Wednesday afternoon.Mr. itiu-it FOIL PVDLIC.\TIOol: I
of the person who coolly reaches for a pen, pro- I asylums, and relatives few are be-

and Mrs. A. 3. Crews were In Circuit Court. Twenty Sixth Judicial ing sent. Meanwhile the standard I
Circuit Bradford County, 'of orphan institutions are being
Wednesday .
Butler -
visitors to Lake State of fo'lorhllIn. Chancery.
i I
;, : duces a check-pad-and begins to scribble.' afternoon. Vivian K. f.oflln, raised'constantly and the attention i 1
I Complainant of the public Is being directed 1I 1I
V" I
Mrs. John Cone and son, Clyde, B. H. I.oflln. 'toward the public duty of I 1I I

l account is justifiable of Brooker, were vUitors to Starke It ;'ndd.nt.by affldVivIt attachedto giving children who becomes I
A personal checking a I appearing In This Week
Thursday morning. the bill of complaint, sled In the wards of the public a real chancein '
_ nv 1 1t nbove canes that, the residence of life.
,
'- II. H. Loflln, U unknown to complainant .
1 ( .h :NOTUK MtOTKH'4 !H\I.K I ..
.
; that there 1 no person In The older and long established
,, tl '' head-sweller. Get one yourself. under I the State of Florida, known to affi chllde welfare welcoming i I
agencies are
ant service of whomwould
_ Notice In hereby given that process upon'
and pursuant to and by virtue oft 1 bind the said defendant In the new energy and funds II
Ip the authority ventfd In the undersigned thin mm for Divorce. It la Therefore I
I special Mauler by that ..rrtain ordered that said defendant" be brought to the whole problem ot
Final Decree. renlered on the and appear to the bill of complaintin child care by the veterans, and I I
nth day of May, 192, In and by I thin ,'aII R". on or before Monday, find the work constantly fitting in ,
the Cln-ult Court of Bradford Coun- July 2nd. 1928. otherwise the alle-
ty, In the Twenty-sixth Judicial Circuit Rations, of said bill will be taken a* more closely with tfie plans developed -
of Florida In Chancery. In that eonfemied by further ordered
rertntn rnue therein pending wherein that hrllo'\otl.I:\ be publishedonce as the results of years of t
i ; r BANK OF STARKE I'fclNlNUUJLAIt NAVAL WTOKKS a week for Four consecutive study and effort in this !field. In I .
week In the Bradford Tele-
COMPANY, n corporation' wn complainant County jtP
and 3. F. KLIT'RC and Rrnoh, published In Starke, Florida. 1925 the Legion raised an endow. 1IIIIIIIIIIIIUIIliIIllII/I"/" ''II1JIIUIIl1lll1lJ'III"IIII"II1IIU1'lIIlltIII1I\11JIt1l11j, / \ i imiiiiiiiiii.jdiKiiKuiiiuAm{ """"."*: I
_ defendant, Witness the hand of (I. W Alderman ,
nA E. C. KICKl.lTEH. were ment fund of fire mlllloniidollars,
I r' ROLL HONOR BANK the undersigned bipedal Master. will, Clerk and the seal of this ,
on the Snd day of July 1928, between court. this the 30th day of May A. the Income from which: supportsthe

Ik :'M I E. S. l\I\ t. hews,:-Pres. i R. J. Davis;; Cashier. fora-noon the hour and S of'O'clock 11 o'clock In the In the afternoon D. 1928. O "W. ALDERMAN national basis ot aid .to disabled ..; 'QUIGL1 &DAVIS:

at the front door of the Clerk Circuit Court. veterans and child :welfare I ;
courthouse of Bradford county.: By C. A. KNIOHT. by the organization. This endow- r
Florida In the town of Btarke Bell Deputy Clerk. I .
ment which is carefully safeguard t
to the highest and bent bidder for E. M. JOHNS
cash the following described land Solicitor. for Complainant. ed as to principal affords a sound I- -S
situate In Bradford count and In -l-6t-{-_9
Clay county, Florida, to-wit: Copy Seal. working basis for the nationwide

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of the ""orld.k any Pawed Carpontor spent tiir first _------m--_ ___ _' ;1'' #
painter which paint he Kites best of the week In iiui-ontou. Ga.. on

ril, I It's a safe belle will say SWP. business.K1 .


Bits olncerning : i I Jones Errol' Lum Co.: <1 red Duncan and l Miss! ChrIs- ECIALS!
Alvare hall reuectly l left
I' I for (' .Jar Key where he will be tine, Townsend of Lake Butler, Friday Saturday 7

1a' t+ .r ". '1." Joined later by his family and ,I were visitors to Starke >HdIlY.

: y4 ( make that city their future home. - I
"Jf.'I'jj. J.. ('./ .....,p i Edwin Larsen of Keystone : '

_l- I Mr.\ and Mrs.\ U. Leviton of PurKO Heights was a prominent visitorto I FREE 2 Lb. pkg Sugar FREE J '

; Our People, Business and Oa., are spending several daysIn Starke Wedueoditv; afternoon. i .,

I Starke with Mr. Levitou's brother i
of the County and Town.
progress II SI. Leviton and family. Mrs ".. S. niakely mid little When, Your Purchase of Groceries )

I son of Jacksonville a're spending Amounts to $,1.00 or more, \\Vc will give You

nlllnlminmoum""" !!!! Iswl!!! !'!!!w!!!!!II!l'!g.nurIwwauNnanAanNasusstastsnsNaellsuch ",, 1 I Mrs. A. V. Long/ and daughter. the week In Starke with her parents -

n, Starke of Waldo.orgumllo with hioniberg's.dl.t''KI'", '' only $I.OS at I I Annie U. D. ,C.of picnic Oalneavlllo at the, attended Weeks'" cot-the Mr. and! Mrs.1'. W Kalsjcn. A 2-Pound Package of Su gar FreeKINGAN'S t; iilti


age( at Kingsley Lake Wednes Mr. and Mrs Hope 1'hol1afIf\ _. _. ._-
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day. Tampa, were visitors the latter I i 'ltl,
-- J. C. Terrell of White Springs I '? part of l last week at the home of RELIABLE1 1 Pound box 38c

't i of Jacksonville was in Starke during the weekend Misses Mrs. Thomas' uncle and mint. Mr\
:Starke during the attending to business Margaret Long and Ethel
affaire.
1 Griffin will leave end Mrs. J. W. Morgan; while eu
Saturday by mo- '
I Dr. James Chase of- tor for Ilaconton, Ga., where they route to points in Ciporgla: Mrs. box 20cMother's
-- Ocala has SLICED BACON -1-2 pound
imberly of Illghi been a recent guest of Ills on-in-( will te Joined by the Misses Myr- Thomas Miss will ba remembered)o nllis. hereas -

'I Starke FrlWoodbrMgq law and daughter tire and Myrwln Jackson and will Margaret ( ,
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i to Mr. and Mrs. J, _. _. .
.... C. Hoover. leave for) a tour of the west." I -------- ----- -' --- -- -- -- '-

I O. C. Gamble of tin State Farm, 1 .
Sunset Gold Butter Ib. Brand China
visitor
of was a to Slurke Tuesday ,
I ; Mexican June and Cuban Flint Mr. an'J Mrs. Avery Powell, Mr ,
his home In
afternoon pnroute tu
u visitor to Starke Corn Seed. J. p.' Klckllter. It. and Mrs Tate Powell of Jacksonville ,
I I spent' Sunday In Starke with Tennessee being called! there on l

} Mrs.-A -M. Hodgson- ---of -Pnlatka- Mrs. Lucy Powell returning to the account mother. of the serious Illness of his I 48c in Quarters Oats Large Box 35c i ,

II"1 Harvey Long of spent last Wednesday in Starke city late In the afternoon accompanied .

,,0,,?? were visitors toN with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. by Mrs.\ Powell who Is Rev and Mrs.! M c. Stith and II II ,

,(('UIl'.--.--- J. Bullen. spending a few days wit hthem. two BODS and Ilev. David Taylor New Atlantic Matches I 10 Pillsbury's Health Barn x,

who have been enjoying/ visit", at ;
Il') lathing f Suits; for sale Mlaess Doris and Lorene Tillls Miss Edna Mills and Miss Man- DeLand' returned here Thursday '

,'nlwrj.t'II of Waldo spent last Friday In ning of Jacksonville, spent Sunday afternoon and are visiting Mrs.\ Boxes to Package 71 l-2c 2Packages 25c C I i. ''
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in Starke Mills'grandparents
with Miss ,
Starke, attending the political) picnic. Stith's parents' Mr. and Mrs. II. i aw
land Mrs C. N. Christy Mrs. and Mrs. J. I'. L. Hrownlee. j ___ __- u. -_____ -- __- -- -- 11'i

i Thursday in FeTnandlna Uobluson.! __ I I

[i lends Certo for making Jelly J. T.Klckllter. Mrs. Illldabelle Chase< Alvarezof > Lard Best Compound Ice Cream Powders and

--- Mrs. O.V.. Alvarez and :Mrs. Jacksonville, daughter; of Mrs.

I i l Knight; spent Tuesday In II. E. Yon Re of Jacksonville, spent Lalla R. Chase of this city was a I

|,nvili' II the College of Wesley Stearns has been enjoying last Thursday in Starke with 1\1 rs.Alvarez' passenger: on the S. S. Iroquola: 2 Pounds 29c Jello 3 packages 25c

WII lie is studying a visit In Fruitland Park Tsrlth mother, Mrs. Lalla It. sailing last Saturday from Jacksonville ,

his parents Mr. and TJrs.\ C. U. Chase. to New York. Mrs Alvarez
'l'r' ourden and Percy Grlf- Stearns. was enroute to Hostou, Mass '
'Hampton, were visitors to Mrs. Haf'eYI.! Snyder and Del-Monte Fruit Salad Del-Monte Spinach '
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as I Friday afternoon. Miss Evelyn Luck and brother. Miss| Fenolla Snyder have returned Mrs. G. M. Inman Is in receiptof '

Howard, of the State Farm were' home after a several days visitv a card I from Mrs. Katherine D. No. 1 Can 2c No. 1 Can 13c w"r

;rings Prolific Cubano J Flint. F. visitors to Starke Saturday afternoon I ith Mrs. Snyder's relatives in Tlppetts delegate: to National Federation No. 2 Call :J2c No. 2 Can Ific kI', ',
Corn.
June Ala.
(exteRn blNt\'lIltralld Ozark Women's Clubs at San Antonio 1' '
42c No. 2 1-2 Can 19c ,
fiter Texas thanking her' for the No. 2 1-2 Can ..
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-- -- Closing fait Men's Summer Suits Florida and Spanish Peanuts. J. colored photo of the Starke clubhouse -- -- ---- -- -

FlorUa E. Reed of Peru. at S.I'.I1'I.s.Mr. F. KlcWIter. which Mrs. Inman recently -10 Pounds 23c
visit here PoTATOEFANCYFiRM--1-
ii, I ih "njoylng) a Bent her also adding: that among/ !
Kir and Mrs. II. II, Young.and and Mrs. Alexander", Andreu !Mr.and Mrs. L. W. Strickland her group she thought the Starke _

-- and daughter/; tit Jacksonville attended and 'two' children, of Wlldwoocl, ,clubhouse the most beautiful i'
Mrs Thos. E. 'Oldham, the political lil>.ltnlc here : spent the first of 'the week: :tn BACON STREAK OLKAN., STREAK O' PAT Pound 17c

iildren of Jacksonville wereK last ,:Starke with Mrs. Strickland's patents I ,
Fri3ay. .
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Starke Saturday Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Manning. ; 1'k"
i While enjoying your visit to Slarkcatlendinn the political Rallu come to
Nathan Pwvatt (Student ol 1 A
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CENT
a frw days only a 'sahn' of Brunswick Business College i Mr. and Airs. 3. L.. HrlgRg and WORD our Store and lake advantage of these and many more wonderful bar- ibl

Brunswick, (3a., spent the weekend : iMilldrcn of Jacksonville are 1 gains Your dollars will have cents in our Store. r a '
!''pu States; government?; anyhow : spending several 'weeks at the Ad- COLUMNSTRAYED l+
1 in Starke with, home folks.
under favor- .. _
that
p u I'klns cottage at Kingsley lake. i M

ondH Ions with a begrnnlns _. -
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Mr. and Kirs. W. P. Kanuall ( mall and one female fly, Miss Lucille Mitchell student '
'i IIt
Tampa! are spending a few day In baa
Lakeland
I II reuse In one aeaaenan0.000,000,000 of Southern CutleRe OR STOLEN: Three
<< flies. Starke with Mrs. Randall's r.ar- I arrived home to spend the summer I head of small (cattle mark crop t I I It I
ants, !Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarest. .
Mr.and \
I 'II> need of FL.Y-TOX.: vtunllon with her parents two splits In one car and under

-hi' scientific Inaectlin 'I Mr J. M Mitchell slope in the other. Suitable reward -
Miss Viola Young of CTilcago IlL ..
Mellon Institute --- ---
d at- offered A II. Green" ,
:'s sijeudliij, a tea weeks Jiereltli
Research by Hex Rev and lJrs.Vattv ln of Penny Starke FIlL 6-1 R-tl.
her Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
tjaroijtd: .
.in Simple Instructions on;,j Farms are now occupying the ------ --

.due blue label) for killing,;i Young Presbyterian manse during which ALL PERSONS Are warned un'Jer I C

h nsi"hol3 Insects. INSIST'' time Her. Watson will serve as penalty of law not to trespass or

lY TOX It Id sate stainless, 'I TUrs. ]taroldC. Wall has uturu- pastor of the local church. cut timber on lands owned bymo --- -- -. .- ---.- .- 1 1 1i N
huv' homiy here after (*ujoyIng '
ed Ito
Jv: Hire Adv. i on Green Cove Springs road. And. nil blililly '' of StarUa,
weeks visit with her parents 'I In;: Now York City right i l<' r.r'" "'l nn) ro l! hard I.nHoy Wright
a two Mr. and "Mm. J. S. Malpas and R. II. Moloney. 5-18-4t. The amount of horde ofTVrnil forHiilu order< of the. I'lty C'nuncll' i"f, Icturian, .. who, on May J3, 1923. mails II
in 'InmplL"NInety daughters, Sarah and MargaretAnn $111,01)000. \ ) and the principal the City. ""r Slnrk. llniiirnrit" ?ouuty.Florida. 11.imp, >|. ail ': OUOOO. fur y i, ,
SEWING MACHINES Singer ','of mild City llonilM shall l ho> clue anilI .;::, :It l'rN't* ;; Suutht t c
I\tul1\lIss Hazel Ktckllter and I payable In wrli-t from one to Ion f. F HOOVKlt. 1-16"llon C !Be I l II c /
4. Township !
R MONUMENTSkers. Day and Bunch Velvet and other standard makes thoroughly themI <|iiarlor '
visitors to the I reepnetiv.ly. from Into Olmlrman' of < ltv Council of City }
years II
May "Mernereau" were I each year, StnrUn. I IIIIIIIl"|! : S3 I l'.nnt: Tallahmiiiee Mel + ( J
I tenth of I of
Beans J. Klckllter. reconditioned and in perfect one' t.KuiUn li ,
City last Wednesday. he ncieiiteil I 200: A''' 'PINT i.in.' lint IIluil notice l of Intention
University I lilac' lip : !\ r
I sewing order. Satisfaction I o'clock |1.1l11 on .luno, ho 1925;i; C A. FUTClf, :; 'I'hrw.yaur I'roof to ewtah... It 1 .t
I
claim to the Irma! above riser' > I. ,,1 /
Mrs. M. C. Stith and two sons, guaranteed. A few cash specials AH blililcrH are required to deposit Clerk of t the. City Council of the City of United f" e ti /
\ or f. Schumsker, Misses' Mabel I Flitch an Clerk of said(1e l tx-fort tluKlHter ,
coping any- M. with C A & -6t-6-22'' I
of Slllrk
are enjoying a visit In DeLand lie at :ten idollars,.others .up to thir- :" at KlarUa, Klorliln, a Land 01110'... at (In InonvllM. Fun i I" i. + 1.1 y
.t! for your cemetery with Mrs. Sttih's uncle awl. aunt. DrIggers. -Veverette Drlfgers! : ty-five. Terms If 'desired. Mail I 1. .. rhMk Pniuil te> 6 iinir.nt "I the alb day of July, 19iit l ;
becca Blonds motored" to Kingsley of the Hmnuiit of bl.l a.I"I,1 hm-k to NO'I'I'I' Petit I''IUI1'10'11: iMitliiiant' named IIH wltne -BCH
See our designs and Col. aad. Mrs. J. E. Fntch. Union County orders promptly attended to. I li. I.MVUI.IH to line 'lty founcll of Will Utnr Htarlin. Klnrliltllnniy t
lake :Sunday. -- nf Slnrko, llrniKord county 11"\11I0."\ of JM",II"II| I IJOK I j
thi-)
'lty
Write us for I Information.' II. turk.1 '
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before buying.Deliver rimes Plm'Nla Serial I No. OIHOa'1n I ilrllllM of 01 I'lnIIiiKDiie +
Mrs J. S. Johnson and son\ Sid. Moulton 943 Forest St. Jack- <'i>urtiii. nt of the Interior, IT. !H! : (IrltllK. of Himk", : ,i"i 1'i. yr SI
and erect our have been recent All bidders iillilll mmclfy I the nand. otllnii. lit tlaliittivllln. Kloi'lilu, UKUUOIO, ) C;. / 'tl'tl I ij'I t ,
1 Jr.,. ot Plant City Mr.und "Mrs. ''C. F. TJoyer and sonville Fla. 5l84t5olt unionnl of bends. bbl\ for and. the .\1..." '1(1(', 1028.KDTJi'K r-as-Bt-fl-a3( n ebi' I li p
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61 Mrs. Johnson's par- within which the l"l.l.l. r" will !: ll .hereby trlvon that ?
\york. guests -- --- Limo .
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,, C. F. Jr., ft Jackson thereof otter ._ ----- a
Btruth.Mr little son RENT-FurnMhed/ apartment riimply with Iho term -- -- ------ gym
entMr.: and Mrs. W. H Sunday In Starke wIth '. 001' k., tdeliveryClerk\ of I ,,,,, ,, ., ,,., 471w i, eotliIIIIIIII.AN.a,5 I I'1 i'ft
vine, spent with private bath > A. Soott, 'nun dlrthat bnKAo. III WWII' I NlUllnll'" 'IIAIINIIII111111111IIIIII11Hll' i I''''' '' l i ;IdI;;;INni;'' Ilw l" I I iI n. n IA''" I' !
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Vansickel sirs I oyer' parents Mr. and Starke. Kla B-l-lt, 1
IE GAINESVILLE and Mrs. Dale II.
Gainesville spent Saturday in tire J. C. Manning 'ANTEITo buy goal secondhand The i-rrtineil check above! referred.< : '
\\1EMOR1AL oT t.. i I. to !b" ilfjionlteil. RH a guarantee Why Experiment? ; I
CO. Starke with Mrs.\ VanslrfcsTs: parents j M. Wimberly baby carriage. Apply 1', of full conill| .nc.. with tho bid .ubniltttMl. 1
J. Kp- Mr. and( Mrs.V. and In the event of the aoroiiUinee I Ir 1{
Sheriff and Mrs.T. O. box 613. : and the failure 7
little daughter. Freddie of of iich I hid l | 1
and --- .
Box 232Gainesville person. I Itahlwln 'were'week-end ..Isltors at FOR SALE--100-potind capacity comply, on with the the part term of the thereof bidder name t I Vote for II. II. WHHilNS whose record in financing r;

of Mrs.\ Wlmberly's!' par shall be runiilileivil an liquidated' i 1
[ Fla. Sherwin Williams P a I a t s. the home and Mrs. A. II. Green. :poroeltan) lined refrigerator. A- iltimnKcii, : and;: !be retained by the said and school Administration( cannot be questioned. Read i t
!rats. Mr. 1 condition; can bo seen at Mrs. Clly'nun..IL "

-I Anna G. JMuriheo, aturko.: Fla. ',i Said' boniln are Imitieil. under! 'hntl- statement below : ;
-. ,- I I Chufa and: Field Pea J. F. 6-8-2t* ter 11298 of the fcfitmt lawn of the '
'- 1U23 ActM of the Klorlila LegislatureII 1 \ !lr
Klckllter. ud to b.. Issued for the purpose' of
I FOR SALE Stiidebnker 4-door llnanclnir the grading hHrd orfacInif -' Indrbtrlne.n. liritliinln. of nir term ,,t ortlce Jet I. lll'JI: (ntt.OAO.OOInilrlitriliirwi L tjNFyf%

Vhere Banking is Pleasant Miss Ense Jones who bits completed sedan A-l condition. Party streets. ami In the Improvlnn rttv of Starke the ,certain Bradford iulirr. 1. lim: whra l'nln cuunlr fllrlilnl H2.OOV.OO + ,
| I hertfreshman year at Agnes leaving Florida\ reanvii for sell : county Klorlrta. RCnGn

Scott College liecater, tU.. returned ing. Priced right for inilck sale. The aald City Council reserve. the .....nty took trlonrr 1. HIM': _._.___ An.CMtW.OO/ '

I I : home Monday to spo-nd her Mrs Grace. Mil rrllee. Starke -I""ijjjjjj llll-i t iiIiiI-III. IIIUiiiii 1.ln.IIrnd'.r" Orli.lirr I, Itttl: __ _,. .._, tT.OtMI.OO ,''t II't fy. f

AND vacatfon with her parents Mr. and 6-8-2t. UII"jjj"1-1 InilrbleilnrMM. nw.v ._ ._.._ .. ? ,1O.MM.OO Il + w

:Mrs. UeWItt C. Jones. AO'IICH LAND ..__
Amount pall ilnrlnir mr nd.iei.trallna l l .1..100.00 tNo t-

I Service Prompt and Mrs. II T. Knight and little In Circuit Court-TwantyiUljtHi. Jn1lcl SURVEYING j standing. lml...l>tednemi Inn. been Incurred during my admin 4 ,t r''lid''
"iHtrntlon.Nutnl. lI yp
ft'omJ < Circuit Hrmlford County
Merry Beth returned KlorUa. In CImIlC""" ..-r nt S month' term of .chool has been increased. from '
Saturday. They were ac- one to vlwht,
sonvllle Kate Jonnm.Cvmplaluant. I
Mrs.'Knight's mother Subdividing, Drain- teI have organized an cITIclent and economical transportation. .y.- It JI
oompanhyl by ... I I
I Efficient Mrs. Alice 11. Thomas who will J. Victor Jones.. age SystemsAccurate i Tem.Th.. county had no urrr"illt. "t high school when. I rams Into of. vitflee
weeks. fenda.L ; now It ha one Senior and one Junior with other Junior. In jl
for a >w
guest I
their
be Order for l>nl>th -- It appitarlnir b atllduvlt' I Htlarhml t have. organized. the work .o that nearly every child In the J :
I ...a-tope KlckIlter's. to the bill filed fn the above THUMB, county hu. access to high school.. .
Fruit Jars, that the r...%4. nue .*,f J. Victor Bone,. ,H. E. Lagergren : i If I have done these i'
thlnxn. I Ie It not reasonable to 1
bank- uppoe
I There conducting a In unknown to complainant; That
of do .
are ;an even b..I.r next term?
ways
many there l is In his iitatfl of
Florida known no pernoii to wftlant. n...rvl.a of Starke, Fla. : Experience> count* In private buelneaai j why not In public ofllc'?"' (, 1'' i rAlS
Ig business safe sound lines. We be- Jack Lee who 'bas spent the past jroceM uv>n whom won't/I bind the tmn''I" I\ ,
along months here with his aunt .said defendant In this salt for Divorce. : / '"'' '" '1r''' N"'Ir'"AAAIrIIIN'Inu' ""9I0PNA.W.nM"" /....'....''"''''" ....'''"'''"'''''''''''''""'"",.''''lIuIIlt,",'',"III'IAIWWIIINIIIIIIIIbpllllll'llUn9nuII,'''' '''' '' '''' ''''''''''' /'''''''' ''gP''''>'II'IIIIIINYiIi"''' ''I II", '...I''''''N/A,/, "'M1.u.. ."..1.... ,- '1
seven ',....------ ....
leve that customers our apprecia- Mrs. T. P. Wall left lad Wednesday IT .18 THRtFKOIim ordered that .. -
showing our -- -
In Bridgeport said non resident defendant he and
home
for his Mil of fn
ear to the complaint
and He was accompanied BS faras this rnime 4>n or before Monday, f.E.
jon of their business our manner genI Conn. STAKKE FOLKS lly Corpening ,
by I by Mrs. Wall. ( tiny 2nd, A. D. ,Oft. otherwise. ttoatlBKfttlonii i iI
Jacksonville of ....ld! bill will be taken r

pi atmosphere of our bank is a pleasant way.y aa IT rontrriifit ia FUUT1IKK by Tou.; ORDRRRD that I I&THAT yAFD *\W VCA-J' Sf *iACAIS'T HE CHASE i t AJCIi YOUR t R
dwwMr
t t"antl FbP UP
;\ special Sate' t> this notice be publlohxt once a week THE OOCr TELLI I r REI IA rI z t is

giving a full financial l service efficiently and esat htrernherg's. only >1\11.9H.\ for Four fountv con..erntlve Telegraph' ( weeks pafcllnh'In theHraaforl TOO H'/\ ] AMD w/ora u* .4l.iLiH

ed In Htarke, FlorldA.WITNKHH I
Ited Bradfordunty the of O. \V. AIlermaji -
and
to the needs of Starke anJ Mrs. J. M. Brownlee Clerk, h'ln'l' seal of this
Brownies attendedthe ourt.. till* the auiti day ol May, A.
backing and Mrs. S. E. 1t. 1028.lSFAL .
we believe we are properly up commencement exercises of ) O. W. ALDERMAN: It'
Clerk Circuit Court.Hy .
(Copy)
Jacksonville
is Riverside Hospital In r*. A, KnlKlit. Deputy. CI..rk.'A. .
| pleasant and accommodating manner. Thursday evening, their niece Miss H. CREWS. :
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for Complainant.
of the "
1 into Ella Mae Long being one lBt29
If you like this kind of banking service we -
graduates. : ('K ftV Still OK IIMMNMH( Cf"
"II'ItL''IIT C irv OK STAIIKH
| you to call on us at your convenience. 923 I .OO Tropical worsted cults uorfv

going at $", .T..'\0 at 8tcmb -t'| .. I ,
Hereby notlve In given that the
rtty Council of the CUI.of tRrk.. -
Bradford county will I reelve -
I Dr. and Mrs. O. P. Ltklns and I ."*1..I bid* for the purchase A fair policy must be practiced all the time to ;
BRADFORD COUNTY BANKI Atlantic Beach, of |10OOOvAO of City of Starke non.... j
son Orion, Jr., of p to Including' 25th day *
I accompanied by-Mrs. O. B. Cato :f June. 'tl| IL. 192 ar.eCI fond.are .. Corpening's, Drug Store ;4 t
Monetta S. C., to ba dated the. first day of build a good business.. That we have lived up faithfully '
and son Jame'of July of the laetied ,
January or year
fcradford' : $trpnghold this week of Mrs. and are to aerial bond. of $ l.00 .- 4,
guests
: Ffnancialj been : "The'Service
have Store"Starke
County. brother Col. J. 1M Frazee .00 denomination each and are to to our. .principle of furnishing pure, standard f
Llklns' bear Interest at the rat of Six: perCent

1 FL9RIDA' bn '''Walnut Itreet. The party where are nally.per. on annum the Prr.t{ payable day of. neml-an January drugs is shown by a steadily increased." patronage. '1
STARKE Pennsylvania Fla.
; enroute to and July of each year with Interest ,
they will apen'd; the summer in the ouponi attached. The principal afidnterest
of ca-ld City bond ar. payable .
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TURBO G Nt. RATOR- ACNOWUOGfeG HMN %ltASf. tONG

f I Ir J NC"ION sox 5PCE.J) H0f<\'; '' f P Jw VK PL'
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'To He Best Suited to Our Country ',- .
I i Copyritht 1927 by Hoyle. Jr.
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200 BOYS FROM 31 i The so-called "spade conv ntion" I bid by B is a fine :Uluif.'ion; of ie '

has been referred to many times in I cub't t '!," -
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articles. The convention .'>>>.'. "11'd <
these requiresthe ; o ,
clubs. 1 he double indicated '. : :"t. ,,' ,,..:.)1'''<< t <.1>: "":: ,.< g., .
;. COUNTIES AT 1928 i partner of layer who makes an by A ti "if ; '
informatory double of a no-trump to he could support a two spade bid 1.I IIJ : < : .. t
bid a four-card spade suit in preferenceto but said nothing about club earl;:: -', -' .. '. 'h< .. \ h... >t,

t CLUB SHORT COURSE a longer minor suit or a stronger!; For that reason, B properly: cOhn"t\ \'< i. ,;' : h.;'<..:, .V"<>,' ''', ''n. -. .... ':1,,'' 'i J'
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four-card heart suit. For with partner's by bidding t" )
example: request ,, ,, .. ,II.o""' ",,",
spades. Z then bid two no-trump, A bid ......._...-_.. ,,,., .".-""" "' -
3 4 '' flues that most Interested the Individual Hearts- 10, 7 three spades and Y and B pas-,'d. 1-
lays ttend C CiHiinicMirviiM'iit) 'i- The younger boys were : Y : Clubs- KQ 10,7.4 doubled and A and Y passed. Should: The automatic train control system has Just been completed by the Chicago & North WIts > i I
I Diamondsj.4t "Rail.
x. IJ ,. dHI'8 land Ili-ar Talks li>' :!lllInyI".omhu'nt divided into squads and given II' : A B : B then have bid four clubs or ha'e< passenger and relght service between Chicago and Omaha, making the longest continuous .etch .'
y Z : Sptdel-9. 8, 6, 3 stuck to the bid B properlyaurk "Invisible hand:' This Is the most perfect type of protection raiiro.7'"flever
this
r t d I :M<*u. tome t training in livestock farm spade{ in the country protected by toi :
to His told him tic In Its Installation. Here are shown all ,
spades. Is 1
partner devised and the North Western a pioneer parts
mechanics, insects and diseases, j rubber Z bid lie
No score game. dt'att1 one that he wanted first by locomotive tender to the deep-toned pro\etr.\
to play spades, of the acknowleUi
I" ;' Gainesville\ Kla. Two hundred and A doubled. V system, from the mechanism case on top \ore,
j'li -- horticulture poultry and farm I no-trump If passed, his informatory double, and second by horn. The token consisting of the key that starts the mechanism, !ty:Ie, J
; lease and the speed 'w r.
gong she
l tlub boys from settlons! of Flor- records. Those attending short B should bid two spadts rather than lac
v ( his three spade bid. For that reason it Identifies the locomotive to which the system belongs, Is carried by the conductor.
iyt ida are back home this week after Bourse for the first time were two clubs, even though the club suit is was B's duty to pass and not show nis 1

f t' having; spent last week attending showed around the campus, also. longer and stronger than the spade suit. club suit. In the play of the hard, A-B In 1860. Since that time he has He is survh\ ,
of relatives.
t q The doubter always should ba preparedfor guests silt
made four doubled) and thus
their annual short' course at the r W. 11111, field agent for the the spade bid. By "prepared" is spades L. Kile died suddenly at resided mostly In Bradford county. Addle Hall) .\in.+.'
State college of Agriculture here. gave another good illustration of the Mr. R. e, I'
I, h"4t, Southern states for the United meant either to assist the spade bid or value of the spade convention when his home last Friday mornIng. lie was married to Miss Avy A. C., an'jV i M I "'
the entire week of i I WI
The boys spent deny it by a bid of his own. III
t States Department of Agriculture, played. A's hand was as follows In the 14th 1867 and to
properly conducted Feb. ,
H The funeral was Thomas Mrs. T J. Owe
May 28-June 2 at the College one Suppose B held the following hand: I Sir, 1
the week and
was present during : o'clock six children
born ,
at two
church union
Methodist this was
+ of the first things; on their pro- made a n umber of Interestingtalks Heart*-A, K. Q 4 Hearts-K, Q, 8,7.5 I last Sunday evening, and the remains three of whom survive him. His Jones, all of hum' ,, 'II' std
} grams being; attendance at graduation Clubs- 7, 6 Clubs brother II n M,,"
to the boys. Other speakers -none I 'ilrhL
Gainesville 1917 after whichhe
entered In the first wife died In ,
7 exercises at the University during the week included Dr.J. Diamonds-J, 7, 4 DiamondlK., 10, 4, 2 ': He was a 151:" tI I\ I'.et'
: bereaved have Mrs. Addle Robinson, IDd
y?; of Florida Spades-9 If, 6 2 9 I emetery. The ones married be missed
Spades-A, 8,6 by ill
M. Farr, president of the University -
t the sympathy of the entire com- who survives him. His death was
r"r I Thirty-one counties were represented of Florida Dr. Wllmon Newell If A doubled Z'. one no-trump and Y Z opened a club so that B was able to attack of acute In-
I r In the attendance at I the director of, Extension, A. P.I'I passed, B should bid two spades in get a cross ruff working at once. As a munity. caused by an
of ThereHsa wasa Dr. E. L. Diggs of
i W. Moore ,
I) digestion.
abort coin-He this year, and the vice-director In charge of preference to two hearts even though result, Y-Z only m.ule t tne ace of hearts
largest; number of boys ever to attend Spencer, the heart suit U much the stronger. and two spade trick !It was a pretty : business visitor here this week Starke was summoned Immediately it
a short course wan present. ; extension of horticulture, Captain Suppose, however, that B held the hand and one that should be carcfuil/ Ellery Gunter of Waldo was He gave him medical attention Say with Flowe
.J K. M. Yon, athletic director of the following hand: noted. Similar here last Friday with avail. He died
The boys were all winners' of club opportunities occur'cr'j transacting business but no Flowers
I For
ie competition In their counties, and University and Dr. Joseph Roe- Hearts' J, 10, 7,4 :2 often so be on the lookout for them. I I In about thirty minutes after the All
4 mer professor of education.The Clubs- 10. 7 Speaking of "tako-outs"! of partner'snotrump Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pursley visit- attack came on him.
.f i ,, were given the trip to Gainesvilleas i bid, hour about the following: OccasionsGertrude
reward for merit. short course was. conducted Diamonds J) 4 ed their daughter, Mrs. Tooten of He waS burled Wednesday eve

The} older boys attending the I under the supervision of R. W Spades-A. K. 7,1ifAdoubiedonenotrumpandYpassed: Hearts-I K.J. 10, 7 Pnlatka last Sunday. ning, May 30th at Santa Fe cemetery -

course, who had been to courses Blacklock, state boys' club agent, Clubs-4 Rev. F. M. Taylor, pastor of the near Hampton. The funeral Godbey

0 F la. previous years, were divided. assisted by district agents, exten- B should bid two hearts! in preference Spades Diamond.-J-J, 9,,5,4 10.L 9,6 First Baptist church, of Mount- services were conducted at the Anderson
This is
into squads and allowed l to take a 1 sion specialists, and a number of to two spades. any exception to loch, filled his regular appoInt- grave by Rev. Dixon of Jackson
the spade convention That is if the
:
Week of special training along county agents. placer holds five, or more hearts, and 1 Y I It ment there last Sunday. 'ville, pastor of the First Christian

only four spades, he should bid two An : Miss Henrietta Evans, who has church here, of which Mr. Hall Phone 39 Waldo,
4.t r i 4 IMI'IU>rKll IIiNULJNOJlIUSOH .country.For hearts rather than two spades. If partner : Z : been the guest of friends In Tam- had been a member for many

l v riumuc'Tiov the past two years the new should then overbid B should bid pa, returned to her home here years.
J.AHOKS TO NAKJUT red spider has caused consider three spades. Such bidding shows exact- No score, rubber A game. Z deal anl bid last Saturday.Hev. I.

able trouble to the fern growers ly A four spades fine and example five or of more the hearts. one bid no-trump.? Y should If bid passolwhat two hearts.| rhoulJY ith a Clarke of Waldo pastorof Kill Germ Laden Flies
said something to Mr. Brown. The very applica- r. here fill- |
Somebody once : according tion of the spade convention was noticed hand of this type containirg three ur- the Methodist church ,
about "what fools we mortals'be." spiders are controlled by dusting. the other night at one of the New card suits and a tiralcior.: :, o'I'C hesitate ed his regular oppolntment last -andk.epth.m.wsy.. Bee Br.nd Insect Powder -
to And! I have about come to agree with sulphur. York Card Clubs: to take out with the itrcr/cst of Sunday. Rev. Clarke has been laboring or Liquid kills Flies Ants.Roaches Poultry BEE BRAND
R with him, part at )least. Now, the four-card wits It U a hand that !'n faithfully here almost a 4 Lie,Mosquitoes,Flees BedBugs..n.J other In- PO.dnacts.Won'tspotorstain.Usepowdronplants

take for Instance us farmers and An association has ,been formedIn the I Y j Cluba Hearts+,--A 8,2, J:, 9, 8. 7. 6,3 if hopeless played at at a no-trump sui: bid.but If! Z very!bad ]error'syell' year. He is held in great esteem A and p.'.. Wrist; ui for FREE insetS bo ltld. If roc toce2sc 9 si.eo Bas;

truck growers, and citrus grow= Pinellas county to promote t t A B t Diamonds- none this hand at ant no-tr.mp he 01,1.\ by the people of our town. Not e.lerc.n't supply,we will ship byp.re.lpost at 70cspmrce/n( ay/
1 it ers as well, for that matter. Lots growing of strawberries. Over t Z : Spades-Q, J.10, 7 have failed to make his bid by two only the members of his church prices named. McCORMICK K CO.,1I.Itimceo,Md.
tit of times we go; ahead and spend 100 acres have been pledged for I tricks. Played at (t. arts. Y made th-... would be delighted If the state
s a world of money and trouble and next yea..., according to E. II. Hurl- No score, rubber game Z dealt and bid hearts. Be on the lookout for opportunities conference of the M. E. church ] ,
IS one no-trump. A doubled, Y bid two to take out with this of }h iAii'i! 9 .
/ ( work In producing a crop, and beaus, county agent type would re-assign him to the work
diamonds and B
bid
two spades. This
when we get it matured, don't take 4..3)N....4J......-.N.ft .',' '.'. They come up very frequently. here, but the Christian people of w
care of It.Every : Answer to Problem No. 33 all denominations would be proud

( f Jt a time I have been over to : ZIFF : ........ .,. Hearts-A, J, 10, 9, 7, S .' a'.. of his return .

i the station recently, where cucumbers Miss Opal Newts Cor. : '. '11' ',_. Clubs- 10 Mr. W. A, Meads and family

z, } Jtv) are being loaded, I have seen '. '.I-:, Diamonds-A, Q, 9, 8, 6, 4 .-r.-: ..,. had as their guests, this week, S idA
.
....................... ..':: ; .. Spades- "s- &
R I'f' uomebo-Jy just grabbing the hampers ... none Mr. Meads' mother, Mrs J. H. I
and giving them a sling toward Zlff, June 8.- -Mr. C. A. Knight Heart*-6,3, 2 .40.;.....__ -- H.aru.-, 8 4 Hart, and his sister-in-law, Mrs. ODOR

yr4 j the rear of the car,, letting of Starke, was In our section Fri- Clubs Diamondl-K.10,7,3,2A- none : Y B I: Clubs Diarnoads-A-, 9,!$. $.C.2 O. D. Meads, all of Ocala. S Cg, TL

them fall where they may as hardas day on buslneHS. Mrs. W. O. Bennett entertained
10 8 7 6 Z
Spadem-10. ,, : J.. Spac'ea: -Q.4,2,
Sometimes Mr. Lonnie Futch and Mr. To-
they may. they are -- the Ladles Woman Missionary Un-
.t even slung as recklesuley from the rode of Lawtey were here Friday ti Hearts-Q ion at her home on Main street '

wagon; or truck Into the entrance afternoon on business.Mr. Clubs-ICQLJ,7. CSt.3 ....III.J last Wednesday evening, May 30.

1 of the cars. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas, Mr. Diamonds I \ ..,, .. The subject under discussion was II Watch our weekly specials
.: Spades-K. ) 9 5 .1" _
Now, I realize that a cucumber and Mrs. R n Thomas and daughter "';::-, ---=..'._.-: ,. :.__. .. '" "Means of Raising Money. The
I has pretty\ hard rind, and will Miss Hazel and Fred Shaw attended No rubber-- -- -' .- .... assigned; topics were ably discussed Are You Bothered With Mosquitoes?
score, game. Z dealt have little or no help for the heartor
stand some abuse, and that the services at New Hope Sunday and prayers were rendered for I
: and bid tone club. What diamond bids. On the other
Is the '
r'i i fellows who are doing the loadingare and were dinner guests of divine support in the work. The I TRY OUR MOSQUITO NETS'!
proper bidding of the other hands? hand Y has two aces which should
not /going to eat them, any Mrs. A. Shaw and Mrs. Henry living room was tastefully decorated -
Some
readers
may criticize Z's ori- prove very valuable in helping Z
t the cucumbers
1 f s + how. But be are supposed Shaw. ginal bid of one (club but the two- defeat two spades. For these very with beautiful/ flowers\ with.. Special for this'week $3.75
t. to eaten by somebody
Mr. C. Melvin of Brooker was roses predominating. At the conclusion -
# I suIt character of his hand Jus ti evident reasons, Y should pass the
else wouldn't be And '
ti they selling. .
vlultlng friends here Friday.Mr. delicious sandwiches,
lies the bid. A
should then bid two spade double.
every time they are brulsoJ!, an J, W. Lewis was a business one spade. lie also has a two- cake and tea was abundantly serv- Complete with frame and ready to hang, a a'
made for bacteria and
opening is visitor to Gainesville Monday. B of
courst must pass. Y
suit hand
yl ;a> fungi that will cause the cukesto here attending the spades and diamonds, ed.S.. I: charged at this price.
Those from and should bid the higher valued should: open the ace of hearts M. Sweeney, signal maintainer none

d rot sooner or later, mostly soon barbecue In Starke Friday were: suit first. Y also has two suits, When. Z's singleton queen falls, Y for the Seaboard Air Line Elec- i I

; ers Mr. and Mrs. J, W Lewis and chil- hearts and diamonds so his proper should lead the Jack of hearts trical Co., was a business visitorto I

It A rotten cucumber or a rotten dren, Opal, Lulamae, L. 0., and bIJ, is two hearts\ the higher which B should cover with the Jacksonville last Thursday.Mr. .
? for Johnnie Mr. and, Mrs. J. B. Johnson valued of these king. Z should 'trump and lead the and Mrs. J, H. Saxon who
anything else' is not fit consumption two. IJ has a legitimate -
and grandson, Fred Shaw Mr. Jack of diamonds. A should not have been visiting Mr. Saxon's
r two
t : i and so we should try to spade bid as he has
a avoid bruises that will cause rot. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and daughter at least three tricks in support of cover but Y should play the queenso mother, Mrs. S. A. Saxon of Pompano -

'i After we have worked as hard as Miss hazel, Mr. and Mrs. 84; his partner's spade declaration. that he can take the lead and returned to their home here
kft L. Prescott and children.Mr. make his good heart trick, on last Monday.Mr. .
j ? we have to produce the crop, we Z Ms now in a position, where .
# i p should certainly take pains to see J. W. Lewis and daughter, ,, he can double two spades or pass. which Z should discard a low club.Y A. A. Durden and family, ,. P.y
MlHS Opal were n visitors In Lake should now lead his ace of dia- who have attended the commence- J
i ;L that It gets to the consumer In Ills hand is so tsrong that it mer-
good shape. Butler Tuesday, its a double, especially after Y's monds. Whatever trump B uses, ment exercises of the Military College
Mr R. B. Thomas and Mrs. J, W. two heart bid. A must the Z should overtrump and lead the at Barnesville, Oa.. of which
.What Is true of cucumbers In pass
also true of watermelons and other Lewis were business visitors to double as his secondarw suit of king of clubs on which A should their son, Herbert Durden was a Q1

f crops. Watermelons should be Gainesville Saturday. diamonds Is too weak to bid, especially discard a diamond. B should win graduate, have returned to their
f Mr Pervls Lewis of Jacksonville after his partner has helped the trick and return a spade. Z home here.
handled carefully to
) 1 t prevent spent Tuesday here with his the spade bid. should play the jack and A should Miss Iris Delk who has been the
? t bruising, and'; should be treated to
3- parents. Mr. and'! Mrs. J. W. Lewis. The real difficult problem is win the trick and lead the king of guest of her cousin, Miss Carolyn
stem-end
rot before
prevent
they, Mr. and Mrs. Louis demons of diamonds which, B should trump Delk for several weeks left last

are loaded onto the cars. : Starke, spent Sunday vast here what Y should do after A passes with the queen of spades.; If Z Sunday for Waycross Ga., where Judge USED

I Of course, it in not citrus harvest with relatives. the double. He has two six-card overtrumps with the king of she visited friends and relatives.Mrs. a

i' time now, but an appalling Mr Lawrence Wiggins: and War suits a holding that comes up so spades, he will not get another W. P. Blrt and children, of

.. amount of citrus fruits are lost I ren Johns of Clayno, were looking rarely that itls not subject to any trick. Ills best play Is to discarda Alachua county were the guests of

'' every year: through being bruised after business here Friday af- set rules. At first glance it would low club. B must now lead a club Mrs. Blrt'a sister, Miss Ada Nim- by the Integrity

.4 t or stem-cut In packing. Ofter ternoon. seem that Y should bid three diamonds which A ntust trump thereafter

mils are left projecting from the Don't forget services at Deedan over the two spade double, lea.dlng'either a diamond or a mo.Miss Jeanette Durden of Tampa,

> i side: of the packing cases and every Saturday and Sunday. Everybody but upon more serious consideration trump. In either case, Z must visited her uncle, A. A. Durden

i time the case Is filled, one or invited to attend. such a bid would be unsound. make two spade tricks. Played in here this week. of the DealerYour

t ? mOIl citrus fruits has been ruined. Z's original bid of one club and this way A-B lose their contract by Miss Lois Delk of Jacksonville,

',it TI JHO losses are easily prevent- Apalachlcola-Contractors con- his subsequent double of two two tricks. It Is an interestinghand spent the week-end with her father -

ed and their prevention Is worth structing roacfrom Port St. Joe spades should InJlcate at least ten and well worthy of careful H. A. Delk. standina

111i+ wr>''le. A good crop produced and to this place starts surfacing black cards. If that Is so, he can. study. Mrs. L. E. Harris had as her Buick dealer's high business i
i % marketed should be our aim. stretch between Lagoon and PortSt. long..establishedreputation
'dinner guests last Sunday, Rev. in his community-his solid,
Joe with asphalt. Orlando--Butt-Bettea Companymoves Mr. and 'Mrs. E. A. Sapp and and Mrs. Clark and daughter, of for dealing-safeguard y ur
r 1-'KK: fi ftWI':IIS'IO FOKM: Marianna Work progressing Into larger quarters at 7. children, Mr.. and Mrs. O. W. Sapp Waldo.Mr. fair
c bIle -
\RKKTIM1: ASSOCIATION rebuilding Marlanna CooperateCo.'s Washington street. I and children were visiting friends Dennis Brannen and family used car investment when you buy from

head mill west of city. Green Cove Springs-New state and relatives at.Hastings Friday.Mr. visited Mrs. Brannen'a parents,

Gai110.Y111P' .-Growers of Miami Shores-Widening old highway between Duval county, and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Blanton of offers you a wide choice of used cars-

Asparagus: Humosun or asparagus Dixie Highway from Commercialcenter and this place opened to traffic. I Miss Jewell .Wiggins, Mr. and Mrs.S. Bents, Oa. Including practically all makes and mode

; fern :.u Volusla County are of town of Miami Shoresto Plant City-State highway No. C. Crews and son, J. E. and Mr. Mrs. W. O. Bennett entertainedwith clas/o

taking; Mti pe to form a cooperative old Arch Creek railroad eta 17 will be routed through Plant Norman Wiggins attended the picnic a dinner party in honor of and covering practically all price

t ; marketing association, says T. A. tion under way. City on Baker street. in Starke Friday. ap
F Mr. an';4 Mrs. J. E. Barker of West of
Brown county agent. St. Petersburg-New aerial beacon Eustis Progress being madeon He will give you an honest description
Mr. A. D. Conner Jr.. Is visiting Palm Beach. The table was beau sad+
For the four there erected on roof of Central construction of roads north used in to be
j I past years friends and relatives here. tifully docorated with pink zinlas car stock. He wants you
!P ?, f.+ .a, has been agitation for the forma National Bank &: Trust Co. and east of here. ......*...+..NN...NN and fern. Those In attendancewere fied with the car you buy for. he wants
tion of kind of marketing Lake Butler-Plans under way Key West -Work Begun
some on
Jil association, but until recently no by P. E. Taylor and N. B. Pou for Vacua stretch of Over-Sea High J HAMPTON J JMl Misses Mr.May and Jones Mrs., Renrletta J. E. .Barker Evens -, keep you as a used or new car customer-

satisfactory contract has been submitted establishment of large stave mill way. .. A.. !lfh........ C.r.NN Hilda Durden and Wilma Alexander !*
II ;J to the growers, Mr. Browns here. .*........+++..+++++. .++. ? Judge the used car you purchase by the
.. .. and Mr M. C. Sweeney.
of ..... .N...... W*
stated. At the last meeting the Odessa-Dowling Company NEW \ tegrity of the dealer who sells it to you.
d C growers accepted the report of the Odessa in conjuncstlon with Amer- t RIVER Hampton, June 8.-Miss Atla Death of Angus Hall his woi r&
-05 t contract committee. ican Fruit Growers, Inc., will Miss Essie Sapp Cor. Hicks, has recently visited her sister It was a shock to this commun- the Buick dealer. You can rely upon

t More than 600 acres of ferns are construct fruit packing house. here .....NNyN.....N. IN. Mrs. Pope of Waldwood.Miss ity last Tuesday night May 29th
i n6r being grown in the state. The immediately.St. .1 Maggie Burnette left last when It was learned that Mr. Angus CaMP
t Industry is mainly centered in Vo Augustine-Contract let tor New River June 8.-There will Friday for Qultman Ga., where Hall had died: suddenly at his BUICK MOTOR

," lusla county but plantings have improvement of portion of county be preaching at New River Sun- she will be the guest ot her sister, home. Mr. Hall was not In good FLINT MICH-DIVISION OF GENERAL MOTORS coJL1'OaAr

been made In. Seminole, Putnam, road No. 9, Mill Creek to Picolata. day 11 a. m. Everybody come. Mrs. James Sheffield and children health but was able to come to

u Lake and Palm Beach counties. Sarasota-New cigar factory begins Miss Jessie Dowling of Lake left last Saturday for Wash town, and walk over his farm and

t1 { Mr Brown stated that ferns constitute operations at 542 Indiana Butler was visiting friends here ington, D. C., where they will his death was not expected at that REGISTER MOTOR CO<

i l the main source of express street. Sunday afternoon. spend the summer months.
time.Mr.
e f ? shipments during the summer struction of new Gllchrist county Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pringle and Misses Ines and Charlotte. Gil- Hall was born In Emanuel

., S' from Auburndale to Palatka. The Jail building to cost about $11- children were visiting Gainesville lette, left this week for Pennsylvania county, Ga., Feb.. 13th, 1848 and STARKE, FLORIDA

a) ferns are shipped all over the 000. Sunday. where they will be the came to Florida with his' parents W1IIIIIIf BBTTRK AVTOMOBILIM AKH OT1.T BITICIC WILL(1IJ


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Investment in his land, wovil.l lay noting ministers had won much'avor W. K1CK1.1TER, :> Kin OK 1"1"\1. KKCIIAIKSr.
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Remain Voice Fans In nmilattiiK with a properly organized I The(S,Federal 214S) became standard a law with and reached the Stark hearts. Doth of it n. vvianiNS.H At O laNo'1 I $I\
to to cooperative aanoi-latlou. many worshipers In < i n-tary a-18- Sixty DnvK .iff r tote thereof T I It '
of president Coo- and evening service i Adinlnlatrator "t
the signature at the morning the nndiTMlKi'' a ''
i "The very tact that these! Industries May 21. This bill fixes candidates were received. t the Kutate of M 1.11 v H. ftrlwham d.- { ,
has iurenswd lidge on 3uudi FINAL 1I1U"UAItGE wised, wit en, i I' I my Vouchers nod" ? X'
have been prosperous) and will ICn or i>: in t\\\ 4
I standards for hampers! round for' church membership Final Recount to i Honnrahl QeuA
.." *. (' the activities of the slecu-I baskuts in bl1ltl7.I'cKoma\ of them next Oardlnar, ("on 11 IN Tudic of Brad-
and splint
: M'' I, lative shippers ho we MMThe stave baskets and others the t fol- :>>"U,'(' 1 tn hereby given that sixty. foirt County 11'1"101 l l for their at't
.::r' ."..... #. l.J I for fruits and vegetables Sunday evening; .days. after date, hereof, 1 tho iimlttNIIII '- In'"V&a"" ,Auk tot"' ,1l chnrB.d an
t :: '$_\ market conditions boing; more low Iitg Sunday night. May the | >I| Executor; of the last Will' nod inch AdmlnlntrivtoiTltU '
/>.:\. :. .' '8:' ''''' .. 1 I stable In these organized Indus- At present' there Is some :doubt "'ontliiiicd blenstuB of God be, with 'Pi-Kl..intnt. ..f Mm Hivlllo Malphumdp.tn 13th day of AIM, I I 192KH. App{ tr"e
.' law ,. >d. Will' present mvnuthriH S, M I' '"THEWS!' T
\ about the exact time the now theso cumost and faithful student < ,4
trips the speculative operators are loci Fl ell Airoiinl ti the n"m'i ahl \ 1. ilnlitrntorI'.xlnto .
operative, but It will mlalwtois they visit other Florida :i Judas of' d. ..aK>itI l'I
able\( to operate with lees chance 'I will become nil lieu A, Unrdln, County of Mary H nrlnh i r .
be about the first of November churches during their summer UiuilfoKt;:: :, Oonnlv, Plorlda, for his I -Ot-II.sCOFFINS I pROOIlilmlY
of lima and go out with attractive ,probably approval and ask to hu dlNituiiKoilui ., t
,
;' null offers/ to ..growers While\ this year. vacation_ .u_. .--- I. MU h llxiv'utor, lets sJC 1I8I'

them offers\ seldom equal the'I The standards: for hampers and Snappy Young Wife.-To he Thin isii day of J May C. FOI'PKU. & CASKETS!' W h + 1

V prl...>s dually paid by the association round stave baskets have been fixed : frank! with you, it you were to die i. Kxeciitnr' last of MI-M Will SallliMaluhurs and\ li,. ,

-,, nun\ they are cash offers and by the law att follows: 1-3 bushel I should certainly marry again. Testament doc n..od. and a Full Line ofUidertakers I

an- attractive enough to keep 1-4 bushes, 1-2 bushel. G-8 1'vo objection i lt-Ot-7-la. 1, i'I
Husband no '
--
: many growers from joining and in bushel, 3-4 bushel 1 buscl 1 1-4 Supplies! ;
tie
(fin not going to worry about ii.r.niolly : \
standards MiiitH oi' STIIOOI
The :
to be and 2 bushel-i
some cases to cause growers bushel,
troubles of a fellow I shall never AUTOMOHILK IIEARSB r J
I unfaithful to the associationswhich for splint baskets are: 4 the vested In them. r-v t
are solely responsible for quart 8 quart, 12 quart, 16 quail, know. the laws power of Florida the Hoard ofI'ubllfi AI.... ... IIL 1'15 Mel ..er.lrI ..

the conditions which made the offers 24 quart, and 32 quart, standard Angry-Wife-What- ----- would you herehv InntruotIon call an of 1l"lut ploi-tlon" r"\ to county ho- I IcntlimKEr.l.Iuo U..I.t ,pn.. ._.ate9ialr 11.-1.1...... ,' Irv'( Nti, i

possible. dry measure. The act docs not apply drunk? held' hi Hampton !SpeeItI'I'mc' School' TRRKBDKWITT : .xa f4I
In
I If I came
lrl 5 \ tor think lilmilot on Juno IV, HI2S.\ for tin purpose -
q "I am utterly unable! to( understand to certain baskets grapes Inebriate Husband--I'd shay\ iif el"rtlnir three trunlxx niutHHHlKHlnir C. JONES
: bamlD1hampers., berry baskets Hie UllllllKO fol the eiiKUIIIK I
of '
the ehort-sightednesa you had too much l-llquor. ,
I till banketsItAPTIST two yearn.F"r f STARK FLA.
melt growers! Surely no one and the purpose of holding' \ Hulailtitlmi
- .1. \\ \Viltti'
t doubts now If they aro Posted at'' 1U-Vl\\: "Well: here you are," said the nun! \and .o(, 11 horses ItoilKiM, an app"'niic.l l I 'udilliDfyfMatMllllgWtApmYf .ct Q\\] hV

all, that these organizations are \\1 SEJt\'U'ES ,1.OSEn) I doctor, "a pill\ for the kidneys: a t 11111?11 II lot,.r.., !

absolutely essential to the prosperity -- I tablet tor the indigestion, and IiI

of these Industries.\ How other pill for the nerves," al1-\\ 1
revival services were
., can fair-minded men who are Interested 'conducted Special at the Baptist church of "But look here, doctor" s We can charge your HRS

.'. in the I prosperity of their Starke by Uev. M.\ C. Stith assisted the patient. "how will the little YES 8

own business, feel that they can by Hev. J. 1>. Taylor, who conducted devils know where to go whenthey're I BATTERY InSmiht's ,
I afford to stay out of these organizations the song services, from May 16 Inside?" STORAGE ,;I

? One would think that until last Sunday evening. These I I'h"t'M 1

pure selfishness. would cause themto services were especially for young \\ That? I
1111
support, even If they hail no people but were henellclal to all First Farmer: I've got a freakon StnleHa. I '
alsu and were very
the older ones
realization of their responsibilityto farm two-legged} cnlf
much appreciated all who alende my Garage
pa.
e s those organizations that have Uev Taylor tannin!; p clans of Second' Ditto.\ I know lie called .
.
made possible the continuance of 11. Y 1*. U workers the first man- on my daughter last night.- Ira a ,.Va
their business on a profitable basis ul on organization and the stu- -.- 'MI

dents who completed this work and Aimweru.: -- __ -:- -- :r11
-
--- ---:: -
passed written examinations will Tampa .. Four-year contract
"If these uderaKioJ
jA growers receive their diplomas steamship company for \
awarded
marketing \\11
what these co-operative
Lectures on old and new Testament here
U, S. mall between
organizations; have done and were given each afternoon. carrying & CO.
DAVIS
are doing for their respective industries The pulpit discourses' by Uev Stith and Havana 12- J. R. ,
new
Bill I think I understandthem at each evening service were very JUl'kllJllvllle--$18OOO
after more than twenty years much appreciated and will be rem- unit apartment!' house to bo builtat

of careful study of the subject, embered because ot the earnest corner of Catherine street and INSURANCEAGENCY t
spiritual emotion ,
thought and sincere
out- Marion avenue.
would remain
none of them manifested by the preacher I

.'. side. I am absolutely certain that In each sermon. Hev. Taylor held si.Ee: "rlO'< no'rtt'tafly

,' ,. without the Increased corusxitnp- services for the children In the afternoon 1886
.. from the music for ESTABLISHED
<: tlon of walnuts, resulting and conducted
.; t ."';:" .:.,., 4 r complete distribution and aggressive the evening services. The closing the lawH the power
sales policies of the California service on Sunday night: was very Public instruction bheld STARKE
election to q
other cull nil
all the hereby
I I ,Growers' association, largely attended Special Tux Ilr'. ,
Walnut : New
churches of the town being closed I nf1I rIVJ"J"e 1U2*, for 6 7<
1M
\ Wf > increasing cruets of thepast H< hnol I :... r
> rapidly .._
fern. the and kindly uniting with the Baptist the purpose of electing. three: trus -r-Jo' L
d been
U'1 ,I ten years could not have teed and ajmetmiiiK the. mlllimca for 'i t
planted! and California would' have ,,,, ,,,,,, -- ;; I1 ""'",IIi mimiimiiiiiBiiiiiiiiimiiimiimmiiiiiiiiiiiim IIIIINYIIIYIIIIIIIIIIIIII,! -' III-iiiii I-iii"iimiiiiiiiiiiiiii' "i aNa m'Wnullh-|" c "'" llm iimiijnmiiiiiiiiiinmmiiiiiiiimimiii (+ ,I1)I II I
=- iSHmiiTimnimii;; < ;;;;;/;;;iiiiumiuuiu;;; ;;;;; '';i llJULiill>. i.,''+ilmlltllllllltlHCtlUll., iiiiii i inuiiiinmrai uiu''I"Ii I
:iiu "' : '''
11I1111"'I":
been a great many million of dol- :?!' ... iiiiiiniii'mmiii.iiuiui.ii: ; "'" "

c '?' lars poorer than she is now."
; }'tA ,
q
Carlyle Thorpe, general manager t 4e
of the California' Walnut

In d- Y the to lh&l-ttr tnt And. chase my earn () -w'Y____ Growers association says Teague
I la the one man who made possiblethe

De Leath Pre- ous to hear anything. Now the success uf walnut growers of
ughn public ia! most fastidious and a California, who now control mar- Bu' \

ers Not to Make Pub- singer must be absolutely certainof kets for their products to the ex- theII t+

lic Appearances'ew her her voice.program and the. clarity of !t clusion"It was of foreign C. C. Teague cmpetltlon.present :

moment I |
"At the present
York City.-Vaujrhn De that waltz ballad | and only president of the walnut
would the
ith, radio girl who has say association manager in
pioneer U tile moat popular sonic .)n the growers .
ailcastcd nine years, is often radio, though preferences K() in I 1909 of the large Llmonerla .
ranched by concert managers
Duin the sui.i.ncv; 'hctnusic' ranch, who made possible and was
take her on tour but cyclcj. ;:
wish to
''I
in the arandnncy.'t i for the first .
refused to wits largely responsible
has consistently
t
1
','pi puhlic appearance engage-known son Shady, which Tr-e'follows by! Welter his 'At Do Sun-+a1d- f unified movement I among At Teague's walnut I
'11' she swishes to be associations.
i$ growers

'C I 3- ns' a I voice.am so used to Binpr'ii the down': most and liked'My song Clua( on Heaven'the air to is urging his personal and with success the :background as Inspiration ( 9S3 1?e :

world audience that I I Both words and music bring I of
'Inv don't av know how it wouldI I mind a picture of spring and on I two walnut growers' associations I & i iI iI'

I appear on the concept cold winter nights, this has a I followed his plan in 109 ,, '' 41r y I II
appeal'Frem From a beginning 1
.e i. knowing that I was only great and achieved success. I
'> 'p to the thousand or so per- Europe, Africa and t of 15-assoclatloiia 1912, I
in the auditorium't thel' Asia, this! pioneer radio headliner I with a rather slippery hold on only I
In addition f 1 1y
.'rnl t radio girl declares. receives fan letters. of the money for a I'S
of the output
'II i is i tho vastness! of radio toa( secretary, Miss De 50 percent has Don't spend your
had to call in the association grownto
Leath ha often state
and I sing ten
iet
e hater me.into the can microphonei the nid of an interpreter to( read a membership of more than, 4- outofdate.You'll tf a< Y
Of her mail. There have been bulky 400 growers, grouped Into some z'I' t'
i can in my own parlor.
rse ohonotrraoh recording is official looking letters bearing the 50 local associations marketing i tire-the .I
the
n in
en' it began to broadcast I miaint long stationery strips, square of praise sturdy on California which forma 98 percent the tire that is proclaimed If IfIi
Chinese tire
1928
heard, but -
;plf"it' were n not so clearly enthusiastic overtmnKe envelopes from English: country of the entire production of \\ f

towns and thousand of letter o. the United States.
that theya't
; new toy as '
complain. They wire ::anxi- appicciatior.: from America fans. "Teague: without ever accepting ) J Jf 1

... -- '1-- ----- -' a cent for his services from either', Tire in the i iI

of the organizations he heads, has I \ t "The Greatest l

Irderly Marketing Only Way worked progress; and Indefatigably welfare.. for their I ;, .' World. rl rlI I i'i'l I rt n



To Sell Volume Teague Says railway Hastings- company-Florida rebuilding East crossIng Coast- I f ', 1; ;, Let us show you the new-type ,, Lei, ';' '1 ,

on Boulevard near passenger .
Tread Goodyear
/ All-Weather tppp
ing of the citrus crop Is being station. ,
1 of. California Fruit Grower i /w Ii
.
7,00 "
made. SanfordApproximately all present

''l s iiri-, (V\ulnut;-h'I'M'lo in C'o-o>Growers w8|>orutlve, << lauding Market- dity"A cannot large volume be sold of any except commo-on cars from celery Sanford have district been,: so far shipped this : III II l\\\\ \\\\\\\\\t\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ i\.t\'. ideas Balloon.about It changes balloon tire mile f ilj ,

season. .
advancing markets,
stable or
declared. "The shipments It gives positive traction,
Teague
age.
('lIar It Notes-C. C. Teague ,
'dam! of the California Fruit must be made so as to meet the skidding. i j '
without greatly exceedingIt. protection against
ers Exchange and the Call- demand Churchill"Men .
exceed W.
If the offerings greatly C. "
a; Walnut Growers' Associa- '
I has the unusual distinction the demand, the market becomes 1/ '? No more tread pot-holes No i ;
weak and declines. Wholesaleand I jl /
'adlng two big co-operative

"r" rRanlzatlons.'> His views retail are afraid dealers to become buy, everybody panickyand \ / q/l/ ; more cupping, and uneven, costly l ., ,

irkc-ting" (\ are especially time- and the demand falls V This tire fixes that!
r Rlorlda.Is loses heart 1 I t\\' /i I wear new ,"
off. ,I /
that
m unusual distinction
ian mould head the activities "With stable or advancing confidence mar-and "We have this great new Good t I
everybody has \ ;
kets ;
o !treat co-operative market- I \\ t ,
sso .itlons drawing their pro- buys with the assurance that he J \ year in your size. It costs no :. 4

: (rom ButTeague will!\ make a profit on his: pur- t \ iy
different
sources. chases and pushes sales to the ut- 1 % old-fashioned bal
than ,
:
who heads the Call- displaysand : more ?
most and through Bales j1:4\: 1 '
I .tn'us co-operative and was sales efforts greatly Increases it You'll under,1
081ble for the organization thereby moving large 'k loons See today I "
consumption
.
'Inui' trrowers into a co-opera- volumes. This ''principle was j \ stand better why "More People ,

den ilK latlon and has been strongly emphasized during the 6' y I '., I I II $ '
since its organization .
period. Prices were .declining Ride on Goodyear Tires than ,
post-war
Win' ,
Ills distinction because agricultural pro- t y
most
i'"iinded faith In co-oper- on who had usually I .e- other kind! I
speculators '
on
1 ability ducts; any I I yII
kl ketlng and his controlled the markets were i t \ J" t'I L
Judgment as well as his had confidence;: -- '
I afraid to buy; no
I'1 ,
knowledge of the grow- the produce of I i. 1
,r''ms.dKII''' I the result was that I
dammed UDunorganized
Industry I' r

is a producer himself, at the source an'J could not be

[th he citrus and walnut In- moved at any price. Service Station
r fy.y.
l It He Is given full credit "On the other hand, cooperative Ii Supreme .

rf I ''zing the walnut growers marketing associations controlling themselves are to t

'1 md has since served as large percentage of their
a blame for most of the n 4
lei'
It< a co-operative which California Walnut I
at $10.000.000 annually to crops Growers, like, the the California Fruit faults women drivers dis- Florida .1 I

sr' >f walnuts. His work as Growers and the Sun-Maid Raisin play", says Mr. Churchill, No. 2 Starke

the California Fruit Growers, were able to move crops general sales manager of ,
"r Kxchange:: since 1920 has thought had reach !
",I, of that everyone at the Buick Motor Co. And "'
'en over-production
told in this series of Goodyear"
ed a stage Station rendering the help
lea Authorized Goodyear ,
on co-operative market- profitable to the growers. these faults are not great, An

H"' In hla latest interview, prices that these anyhow, in Mr. Churchill'* Pledges to enable you to get every last mile out I t i '

fling! the work of the walnut "One would think of Goodyear Tires and Tubes.
efficiencyof Women are superior -
en examples of the opinion. .
association; Teague exec splendid
some thoughts on co-op- these growers CO- peratlve mar- to men in many phases{


re tI&marketing growers Just which now apply, wbenort to I every ketlng associations agricultural would producer thought convince that capable of c aropera ft don,he believes, I rmanr__.,.........'....._wtne.e'...9_ .,_...'.........asmwhsae. "" ----euww......---.-- 1I 1 _suYatpuw M_IfIIIII.! I.._'''''. .

to )lecur."ordul,. market- 1 of intelligent 11' Ilp N


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PAm BIGIIT im.ii>*"''' COUNTS -" _- -__ ,, n'.rl; .
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4 feels might good over It too. This of Blond 7 Prefer to Be Preferred several week
Speaking ;s, Mr. and in, ,
idford County Telegraph writer believes Lex Is beginning/ to children "

i' ,I grow.-Perry Herald. Says Nina Wilcox Putnam, On Wrong Side of 40 K geley. spent ; ,,'
Established 1877 '
.
.
... c. b. t, ot jOustls Lake Region jThero win h
".. -- \'f' ''' '' r ...ru- ; Is proved becausehia t wife made a rWSaurfroaTW A.. Tl/f ., ,. Clbb: BOOM {Ii.., I I

'" Published W"'l'klr'' n' Fridays and Entered as Second Class Devils flood Cake for hlu birth- NTV AUTHrrARS Gilt hfljliB 'Junu 7h, ,, ,

4 Matter at the Post) Office at Starke( Florida day; Your missus knows you.OarlBradford s !treat school -nu, j
roam have
,
County Tele- Af.O ( 11111 i,, ''I

y +, E. Matthews: . ___________Owner and Publisher graph. AJn't It the truth?-Eus-' the Lawtey ,,,"'I?,. I

.J J. C. llobinson ___,. ___:___ Managing Editor tll l Lake legion petted to an.. \\J "" 4'
urgent. All i !11 ))5
---
-- The editor of the Starke Tele- : 'ts iy az ested in our -, ", C

I SUKSCKIPTION RATE graph says a drug store Is the only have children ". ", tter

in Advance thing that can supply a blush that i to attend. !rl''
Yearly, $1.30; ; Six Months, 75c-Payable
will rival a Bradford county straw- Mn-FIi.J: : __
( "' x : I, ,
Advertising Hates on Application. berry. We are glad to have learned a I *
.
,,, ,
of male editor who knows '
one
,
Turner."l.J'
1 cooled the heated atmos- i '
and the have
Rains primary his| rogue.-Miami Beach Sun. nil ', \ ;

phere -0-
Wanted Some flashlight plc-

h o tires: of costumes worn during the Miss Virginia w?,"., of;g|
of past-the days of action are to er has been
Days promises are Bradford
next fire after 11 p. m.- sp.-miin\, ievel'l
County Telegraph. Some flash- In Starke with n,"!lid", !
come.I L :
r rk;, is >1 o light pictures you mean, don-cher? i4: T01 -) -
.UCO'OiCIS.:
in TimesUnIon.
-Phil Armstrong \
The full value of a friendship is not appreciated until a w tiEatlltl: I

re'' friend is needed.Jacksonville. -o- Tobacco
"ft" is a dangerous letter in a wo in '"",,'* y
stroyed ?
o / aa ,
soon
controversy because It turns words i ,I the plant, oih) ,." ,, ,)!K' apPt
ttj has an Order of Red Ducks. A distant re- Into swords-Miami Beach Sun. 1 cause serious dam.:,, he'

f II lation of Washington Lame Ducks. And wear I into swear when a wom- 4 \ I and bud worm lt'"* ,1110'Horn,
frock.-Starke > Insect 111'0
o an wants a new -' enemies ,?I iopttx
Telegraph. And how she looks present It hat b") ,?,,
Times-Union asks who put the tick in politics. One guess from well Into swell If it becomesher. field that the ;,?? ?. aolei'rme I''
ar
i t'' is good as another and we say the cat voters. -Clermont Press. And now These more Inrnporiun'; '' i ,L,
b worms feed J.,1
l
where ''I ,
winter our
o snow when Its buds of the plant ''
lilli"' "?I
visitors come from.-Miami Beach ed will ruin th, qut.'
i
House caught fire during political meeting at Summer- Sun. crop because th. lIe". part I

"' '' field. Evidently the atmosphere was rather heated. D forming now an I ln,eave,,ne.t.bl t.ba

"The Clermont Press desires to produce the best, .."ball'. ,,
o ,
know what has become of the her- BefoS ter stroy the worms, mw, will, ',

The same fellow who names Pullman cars must have oine who used to flag the fast express - -- plant at lIreitl'lII' am! aid la It

a been employed to find names for the new dances. with her red petticoat.. She venting until later trouble IJone'
the
Mtildle-nKod-appenrlng brunette hair streaked with A Nice looking Monde, medium height worm: appear
Is gone, but not forgotten.-De- /: Just plenxMgly/:" 'IB
I'0---. Land News. "We never saw a "Cray, fat, skin slightly muddy Up dull olil-roHe! color V plump good <1II!)>|><),,ltlon. eyes yellow, hilr: color or ripe numbers to beau ,?, applJ,

( t Ocala Star says while woman's charms are her greatest with red petticoat in dlx oxltlon kindly, mental proc ....e* nliiKKlnh. Is known X corn and imttiritlly curly, lip cherry red terlh 1001111<1,. of poison. They ar, omits
woman a to friends as "subHtnnilul of X prevention Is mutt
sort woman. Age, twenty. eye-lushes Ions and black. Age, past r6rl,. better L
I 'I I weapons, they cannot now be called concealed weapons.o Florida."-Palm Beach Independent. cure.

t +4 4G "Your eyes going bad?"_ 1 "My present day descriptIonwouldn't twenty years. Baa It aged me? Not face with a mineral oil and uses soap Slacked lime mixed with

Starke Telegraph. "Without want-I look bad in a matrimonialad. much I Work lathe least boring and water on it not more than once ate of lead will! IH. !

G f Palm Beach Independent tells of the good work done by Ing to seem, though sublety, If I do MJ .o," says Nina Wilcox thing know, and boredom certainly a month. During working nours she fectively control ,rhi round worse I
Putnam famous writer in Hearst's Is aging."I wears a layer ol the throat convenient
cream on
two live policemen. Ever hear of a dead one doing anything? vllllfy our editor colleagues for International method 'or annu
Cosmopolitan for June. have had plenty of troubles. I and under the eyes. Occasionally she Is all right provided ..
o their impropriety In discussing "I look about u well In the bright am a great sufferer from Insomniame bathes her face in spirits of camphor poison where thf wi rm you till||,
such a serious matter in the pub- sunlight as 1 do m; lamplight and and Edison both-but it hasn't She has her hair 'touched' up" frequently It doesn't take much .
i The defeated candidates in Tuesday's primary have our lic prints, we do not choose to cot much worse In a bathing suit hurt either of us a mite. As a mat retaining a Becoming blond so get busy, keep after'o(then kill

t 1 sympathy. The fortunate ones have both our good wishes discuss red petticoats. We havea than in evening dre e.- And she tells ter ot fact probably we are oath shade. they are controlled

decided preference for green the secret of how she does It. afraid of missing something, that's "-And that is all 1 do." she say If you are in doubt 10 ,
!
and sympathy neR'lIgee.-Mlami Beach Sun. An old woman at twenty a young why we don't sleep. And It may Of "except to use plenty ot carefully poisoning call ou the n
woman at forty-the miracle can b? this Keene aoout what is going on chosen carefuly applied make-up. I for Information counts
0 None of us are intensely Interestedin accomplished-and without In the world regarding,
money keeps us young. have not yet received any gland treat- ing and application ,
'i Doctors and lawyers have been credited with writing dif- your preference for under-gnr- leisure good health and freedom Keep slim, she advises women past ment or had my face lifted but when iala. Delay to check of the the

ments. Wear green negligees If from worry. forty. Select simple gowns ot latest the time comes. I to do pen
expect so
ficult hands to read but have tried to will possibly
you ever pick sense "Don't give physical dlMculty mode. Shun clothes mean a very) ,
any "built to
Intelligent of artifice
+ you like.-Clermont Press. give use Is a woman's loss in the
Iy from a reporter's notebook-Times-Union. Can't be done. -p publicity and usually it will die tor proper lines" and those "which coulo public and personal duty." duced. quality .jf! to bat(<

I We enjoyed meeting J. C. Rob- lack of advertising." she writes 'Age be worn suitably by one ot your age Since the days ot Eve. she says -..... .
; o U the worst disease of all. and 1 nave But dont try to look too young sb# : men have been shouting for the perfect We areglad to welcome

t; I ; A blush to rival a strawberry can only be found in a drugstore inson of in the Starke Bradford file County other Telegraph day.- symptoms.Imply refused to encourage the advises. Use twenty-eight or thirty I woman-"she who would =omeine and four fine children of!lit
as a model; synthetic sixteen Is neve' the wisdom of eve with the' attractions
k says the Starke Telegraph. And the strawberry taste Isnt it funny how folks don't lookat "1 nave been: the sole support or sweet i I of youth Ann with the aid Estes, who have come to III

can also be found there.-Times-Union. The taste but not all like you Imagine them? We my family since 1 was fifteen and The writer follows regular habits of modern science they are in a fall us.
1 thought Mr. Robinson would be a have had only two real vacations ic) In'care of her skin. She cleanses her I way to get her at last."
the flavor.
li short, dark, handsome man and I

o he's tall, almost red-headed and ---
of : .. bNNN.........*.....*
: ti Heard one voter say it was his taxes that helped build has a pipe in his mouth most :'

F; 4 ',. the Florida road system during the present administration. the that time.we know Anyway him, ,even we If are he glad did Famous Film Launches I : LAWTEY :

He hadn't heard that the road funds came from the gasoline 1 disappoint us.- -Dunnellon Truth. C Mrs E. E. IIorn Tt Cor .
.
.
4' tax-and he didn't use the liquid. You can depend upon' a woman New Idea in MusicoARBO ............... ......

discovering more about a man in
-o- Lawtey, June 8.-Mrs. E. E.
ten minutes than he would; realizein .
1 Durney entertained with a surprise -
i t, -. a lifetime.-Starke Telegraph. Y l for her Evertte
-
; t' r- : ?. party son, ,
what relief! We thought k
Gosh a I .
Fr., Friday night celebrating his
< from that warning that you were 15th birthday. The guests beganto c..1 .

L FROM OTHER PENS II going to ruin our reputation and I arrive at 8 o'clock and enjoy-
everything else for calling you aRed.IIealtDunnellon
: ng many different games during
Truth.
_
.
u the evening. The rooms were dec-
i 'T. M -oCO.MMINSIOMCHS- I h ,
orated with of
a profusion large
]Hove you ever seen a horse flyT might have explained by saying : : : Mir: MONDAY;
< C 1.f t--Detroit Free.1'ress.. Huh. have we mixed our drinks but the bootleg /.limlaa and the dining table was

+, F you ever. seen a sleeping porch?- liquor to be had in this part of hoard of Commis- I centered with a large decorated
i Il "mt'I-Unlon.! Did| you ever nee a the Brute Is too mad to risk even The County I I : birthday cake adorned with fifteen

t watch tick-.Slarke Telegraph. u wee tiny drop ot It, so we will sioners met In regular session j I : candles in pink and white. The

4 t 1 And,;tell\ ''me quick, did you ever be honest and confess that we were June 1th, with all members pros- ]I ti guests were served with vanilla

see the fire go out disgusted because thinking of the bathing beauty ent as fol+wws: Louis H. 11111, cream and homemade cake. Those !

;+1 the coloratura soprano contest which was held in Jack- chairman, J. J... Underhill J. G. I Howard and Beatrice :
I present were: -
i i h" teakettle sang BO badly out of tune sonville last 'Sunday, when we Crews, 0. W. Hlnson and L. R. ,
( + that the corn was shocked and cov pasted the clipping over the credit t Miner, Ruth Goodfellow, Richard -
Gainey.
,, el'e,11t1l, 4arn with husks, while the line.--The Suwannee Democrat. M I and Louise Thede, Charles
The minutes of last
meeting
"+ r clock held up both hands over its Ill-other you are responsible for I I and Francis Shuford Dan Harley,
'
face In alarm at the way the potatoes our changing our brand. We got read and approved. Buster Hill Billy an;d Jim Moore

:1 t t looked. They closed their to thinking we were writing paragraphs Reports of county judge and; Inspector Edwards, Dolly Dinkins, A. V. and

44 : 11 eyes as if about to faint until the and didn't know It, and of marks and brands re- : Gladys Reddish Preston Pitts,
n4 chair offered a friendly arm for that is a bad sign.- Gainesville ceived and order filed.
Vernon Rowe, Virginia and Gwen-
them to lean on.-J-.aIl.slIa News. Evening News. Applications were received from 1J :
1L dolyn Shaw.
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1 Bradford County Bank and Bank ,
q i Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. 11. R. Thede and
4 Have you ever seen a horse fly? Mary Dosh owner and editor of Starke to be designated as 1

1 v Detroit Free Press. Huh, have you of Dunnellon Truth, was a vis- county depositories, and; upon mo- I I children visited Lake Kingsley .
t < tor to Starke Friday, while en- "It'
Sunday.
ever seen a sleeping porch?-
nit tion and second same were designated I
route to Jacksonville to spend the
Times-Union. Did you ever see a ( 3014
Mrs. l is her
Galloway visiting
and
i watch tick?-Bradford County week-end with friends. Mrs. DoshIs as county depositories
; i' Telegraph. Did you ever gee a bed I a capable editorial and society I their bonds fixed at |5000.00 I parents :Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Din- B10USE'3019

; j .rlngT-Eustls Lake Region. Ora 'writer and issues one of the best each a 0 kins.

a rake walk or a sugar spoon or edited weeklies In Florida.- Petition was received from citizens Mrs. II. V. Skipper of Jacksonville -

an ocean wave?--rulm Beach Sun Starke Telegraph. You've got us ot Lawtey asking that Jesse 1JJ I' has been visiting her daughter The Bow Mode
all Brother Robinson. We
wrong
',p4. j --u- are just the mere editor don't owna King be placed upon pauper roll. Mrs. E. E. Buruey for several Bows are the order of tae! ]

A card of thanks reads:, "We thing in Dunnellon. But It's all Same was refused. ment. Crisp bows, taro I

f111' 1 :tI tad never repay those who helped In the family, no why kick" Thanks Mr. Phillips applied for an al- days.Mr.. and Mrs. Enoch Grime are droopy bows appear wrjJ
4, ua with the death of our dear husband for the compliment the last sen- lowance. Same was refused. everywhere on day and fl'I
staying at their Lake t
and father, especially our cottage on frocks. On the blouse UlUltI'|
I
? tence mean-Dunnellon Truth.
There being no further business
r family physician' Ire none of our Kingsley. Sunday they has as fabric bow has been placed! J
---o--
"' business) but we would like to hear the Board adjourned until next their guests: Mr.and Mrs. W. C. point of the one- lded'1IfC

rih k iI f what that physician has to say takes These are the of days when bares one regular meeting which will be held Wooteu and children, Mr. and Mrs. and another at the hip dl1l1
an ear corn, his
1 It.-Tampa Times. on the first Monday in July. blouse In draped linea
y about teelh, gnaws with a relish, and Ai M. Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. E. up
t --.-0- G. W. Alderman Clerk. circular skirt. ,
I comes out ot the ordeal with a li. Burney and children of Law- 3019 II ds'1
II. Wanted : Some flashlight plc- face full of butter, -Gainesville -- Mrs. The Blouse No. pinches
? 11. V.
iToAHIl tey, Skipper 01 Jacksonville ,
18 yes&'fo
the HTATK I'LANT HASWHITKKLY In sixes 14, 16
ti.., "" of costumes worn during
Sun. And full of
Dally a tummy
t and Miss Mary and John 15 requlJtl
m.-Brad- ) Kl'NdUS NOW bust. Size
eleven
Ore after
sf, no* p. Bradford
County Tele-
corn. prlDui
how 1tI'\U'l"; FOR DISTItlllUTION fourella of Starke. yards 39-Inch plain or
t ford 1 County: Telegraph. ,graph. It Is possible to secure 11
would a few pictures we brought .. ,.. Mrs. L. H. 11111 accompanied by terial.- Price of pattern
a t the last mentioned blessing out I '" I I 18 jo
,
SOI
Gainesville, Fla.--Whltefly fungus her brother, A. A. Pierce and The Skirt. No.
of.a jug, also, but the feeling Isn'tquite detlP'
GRETA < 1 II
py may be obtained at any time I mother Mrs. a camisole top and
I t i as satisfactory.-Eustls Lake Geo. Pierce and two 431ncbe
buck rrom: Paris do?-Gainesville now from the Entomology Depart- I sizes 34. 38. 38, 40.
of
H glon. I mN! tt aunts Virginia, were visiting in yard-lll
I + ; Evening! News. Did you fight fires ment of the State Plant Board according ..tr r=r-!=- r=t !=- J.-j- I Quitman, Ga. last week. material.Size 36 requires Price of 2tt pattern 1 r
In I'nrlj. too?-Bradford County to an announcement from

1! Telegraph. We didn't fight fires Leave them unspoken-the Word. words Dr. E. ,V. Berger, entomologist.This Nwvallat inihtetfo rww,1l eiesobihttItvla% ( + iiBfaMlN" +UjrjmtfrvBtlW. "' \ !" Grayddon Jones of Ft. Myers is Do you want to P' 'lJjJ 1
through J
ti when dur- visiting relatives dlvlduallty
but we hunted hose.-Gainesville and fungus, applied and friends here
hersh cruel. colonrite f
J
Evening Ifewp. ing the period of summer rains is I a few days. wearing the styles. bell
that will
With sting
poisonous that become you !
effective in checking the development -
--- -- very I
; cause Love's defeat Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney and 15 cents for ow FalhiotI-
Ami IIP wonders why she said of the common whltefly
For lives have been darkened
I No!" Most> ut the wonder Is caused Because fond hearts harkened and cloudywlnged whltefly ot cit- \Vll; ::r IJc tit ton Intro- !!|I all the world wants, yet we in I I two Jacksonville children were shopping in elaL *

d h when aim says Yes!Bradford To words that were spoken in pas- rus. It has been used by the Flor- America. have been tossing it Wednesday. OLD EO1
t k touiity Tolegraph. Then ha keeps slon's mad heat. ida citrus growers with good success due 33 American Themeas aside for foreign classics-And we Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore and; BI'ST

wondering from then on how she In the past Mflaic:: or; "Love"New do this just because certain compositions Mr. and Mrs. W: it. Edwards at- mild a
iii j "fooled him Into asking.-Gainesville A culture of the fungus is sufficient tended the Decause they
f,. Leave them unspoken-the words are called 'classic. In a Imperial In Jacksonville PI"11on
i i 1 Evening News. which U uttered to treat one acre of whitefly York City. There's: beena hundred!.years from now many of Wednesday night. the system >

i the Might leave on some fair name a infested trees. The price fora big b!"ttle- C 1 Broadway between! the popular songs of 1928 will be Mrs. L. J. King and two children the liver and ke* eke' "bibt 1
Clarifying political trend Is culture Is dollar. Directionsare 1
one in
that category Donaldson
dark ugly stain the contenders for American explains of Jacksonville
I ) the fact that every candidate an'! For lives have been broken, sent with each shipment. When music and those for foreign class- I sister visited her : no off days, no shK utter ILANE'S

;' { ; every newspaper that has changed (Though lips gave no token), desired, shipments will be madec. ics. And the Americans. have won "Every country on the face of Mr., Ben Mrs. E. E. Burney Friday. I MITCIIEL1I Pillar
Its recent policy has come out for o. d. Rowe mother and chilI
vile aivd the with] the earth -
By slander's tongue ; colors hying. runs our motion pictures
s' + I' Hathaway.- Palatka Times-Her A few dozen cultures of the Yellow dren visited at
I ; Kingsley Lake
inward It and SUD-
sharp pain. all started because most plays our music yet we have I, PiWGSLLY
.ald. Aschersonia. useful only motion pictures have been cued hesitated to combine these two day

0- Leave them unspoken-all words gainst the cloudy-winged whltefly, with excerpts from classics and outstanding: arts. It makes no I Mrs. Oscar Thomas and sister
The Bradford County Telegraph which It uttered are also available and will be Included the difference what the Mrs. Fouraker
public wants American jazz. story of the and three sons, of
vl t ,' nays Hathaway will carry Would bring pain or sorrow to one in shipments going to localities Now, the far sighted producer ia picture or how foreign its flavor, Jacksonville, visited Mrs. Enoch
_ + ,. that county. He will also carry human heart. infested by this whltefly. themeing his picture in American all of these qualities can be pre GrlfHs at Lake L.4!
Voluala and from what the Gainesville If ever you send them. I If there ia sufficient rainfall the rhythm. served and the music still truly Miss Kingsley Sunday.

y Sun lays. Alachua also in Remember you lend them fungus may be introduced now. Walter Donaldson songsmith American-if done in our inimitable Joyce Terry is home after 011 norA
} l the Hathaway column.-DeLand And they will come back with their Dr. Berger says. Fungus obtainednow de luxe who has made more rhythm. attending school ia Tallahassee.
,
1 s y News. It t I. Hathaway'all the. way. sting and their smart.Bradenton may be kept for several weeks money from song writing than "Our popular Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Shaw and llaniburg"r
Gainesville Dally Sun. Herald. It ant in a dry cool place, or for songs are our family will Eat,
move,
other
to
any person now or ever folk longs. he further explains Alach.ua\ Wed- Chile COlI
several months If kept In cold stor- ed Deans
i oWe o-- before was asked to write the "and if musical productions have nesday. Their many friends, regret Home-made rlefowrs

1.k ii clipped an editorial para Our Congressman, the Honor age. .. first notion picture song. lie did been supplanted by 'movies' in to see them leave.

graph from the Starke the Gainesville Telegraph able Lex Green Is the only mem- Cross CIt-\Vork progressing with "That Melody Of Love," for"Love" many. towns, these motion pictures Dr, and Mrs .1. H. Carradln
0 last week and gave Florida delegation who featuring John Gilbert certainly should] 'carry on''and with their F. I' Dosser
ber of the -
rapidly on construction of new daughter
v : News credit for It, and now we areapoJo&lzln and Greta Garbo. and grand
err without opposition. Bet Lex Methodist I briny the expected songs to daughter left Prop.
.. la the old days w,"'is church. I Here we have the _music that the .small, _communities". c Orleans, where they Saturday will visit for for.-New



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