Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 15, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02337
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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bblished 1877__ --Subscription-For Year_, -$1.50_ ; Six_Months_ 75c-Payable_ I in Advance E. S. Matthews,_Owner and Publisher! { r '

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I\TTS WILL PROTEST ( LOSS IN RACE Secures Additonal Building Going i Legion's Crippled CATTS TO FILE 1 1'J

CARLTON NOMINATION 'I IS CONCEDED Mail Servic< Ahead In Starke Child Survey VOTE PROTESTS lc1.,31 t

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---- Congressman R. A. Green of the Const ruction work on the new JackHonvllle June 13.-"It e>- ", (..'It... to Prevent Certification of 1 "1 $'
Jan. 10.-J. V, K.M'KKHSIOXS: : OF .U'l'IlECI.V Second Congressional District has Ford Garage has reached '
kSo ,viiii the poln pry section of the state were showIng ( 1\I'lton MM Nominee for p
.'. ',aii ,campaign, managedne' TIOX \'oh'C'sIIl'N'lation to His Fulfil just been advised by the post ol- where the steel roof beams are as much Interest, In the Le- (Jo,ernor. I y ;

i I Catts In the recent express fun Supporter flee department that upon his request being set In place this week the glon's crippled child survey i all '

'ram! primary, announced! I want to my appreciation additional 'mall facllltle concrete walls and columns 10. some sections are I'd be having Jacksonville June 13.A com ,1

[)lit( 'bar' attorneys would file, of the support given in the' Jacksonville, June 9.-Fons A. have been granted for the post ol- support the roof having been (corn lees I to worry about" says Judge nation protest and petition will t !i 1'

I protest withthe state can recent primary by men and women Hathaway, state road department, flee at Starke, Florida. The Seaboard pleted last Saturday. The building "'. 8. CrlHwell who, us department but filed with the state Democratic '

,,,19,, board when it meets dur, of Bradford county, to those chairman, who ran among the Airline Hallway Company Including) tho tilling station on tile chairman of child welfare has the executive- committee as a part ot ''I '

he "oming week against the things which t advocated. three leaders In the five-coronere has agreed with the post office -j:le- corner of Call and Court streets. direction of the survey mostly on proceedings to prevent Doyle U, r

nation <>t the nomination e of That three hundred and fifty; race for governor in Tuesday partment to Install station boxes will cover a space of 105 feet hy: his own broad shoulders( "Pepplm Carlton from being certified\ as the I f

"arllun! of Tampa as nom public spirited citizens free from, democratic primary today cone,. for the exchange of mall thus enabling 117 feet. A large repair shop will up I I the slow post seems to l 1)\\ tin I Democratic! nominee for governor I, t '

[for siivernorite![/ personal appeal or political pressure ed his defeat on the basis ,of unofficial acceptance of mall pouch, be lbcated in the rear. of the buildIng problem Just now." he {continue J V, llurke, campaign manager I ''-

also will be filed, ac of any kind, cast their ballot' returns which showed that by an additional train passim and the front will be devoted. "It Isn't the biggest; communltte : for Sidney J. Calls, unsuccessful I'f _{

Il:,,p Burke with Judge J. Br for the principles of progress and Doyle E Carlton of Tampa, had through Starke at night. to office space[ and a show room. every time either', that are doing, i, (auplrunt for the governorship) said ''

,.1 i Fernandlna, chairman reform which were presented i In'' finished approximately 10,00 The letter follows: In the remodeling of the Fireproof the work with the most promptness hunt In statement. ) s s,

"nil", Democratic executive my legislative platform, Is most votes ahead of the field lien R. A. Green, Garage the brick walla have and thoroughness. I an' Mr llurke said (the document '

Utc", ,HId an effort will bekti gratifying, not onl yto myself bu "From the unofficial returns I of House of Representatives. been cut away and steel beam thrilled with the JOlIwork\ behu would specify Instances of alleged e y'h ,c {

iiavi that body call a ape to all those who look to the future the democratic primary Tuesday; My dear Mr. Green: have been set In place support lithe by Home of I the small post' regularities In designated precincts

meeting! for investigation of welfare of our people, and advancement June 6," his statement said, "it appears On May 14 you addressed a letter "by heavy steel columns Tank: and by other agencies; In Home of In about 10 l'ouulles I The

,?e ,it I alleged fraud in the In public service and : I have been defeated for tin to the First Assistant Postmaster for the gasoline supply have bee the places! wlu'iti we have IKllOHtM unmlUi'B will bu asked to take I

[,1.(1 ,,It rhe recent primary. good government.I i nomination of governor. Of course General which was handed net in place and work on eutarg ." recognizance' of "documentary ii; '

rmer Governor Catts has an- am proud of the support of: I will support the nominee of the to me with a clipping taken trot ing the building for the repali The. Legion's state-wide SUl'Vey; proof" which la to Im offered by 'i.

La ,,' was stated at I Ins headers such men and women and have 'Jemocratic' party the Bradford County Telegraph of shop and showroom will be starlet( uf handicapped children will be thu CuttH manager, hu said. hti ) u

[ that his friends had beet faith that the result of the recent "I made the best fight of which May 11 calling attention to (curtail at HH early date. This bulldlm the big \topic up before the mid "The committee, we believe U 1 / '

rireil to make an Invesligant primary will (inspire confidence 1 was capable, basing my claim inent of mail facilities for the supply will occupy practically all of tin Mummer conference of the l.egloi; fully empowered to act on the evidence 'd ?

alleged Irregularities and which will draw to us the best for support solely upon my publl< of Starke, Fla., and I ImmedIately lot on the corner of Walnut am. mud the Auxiliary at Plant City, and prevent Carltou's cerUllcatlon ,'

(,he would be guided by their elements of our citizenship, and record' and my platform. The maJority BlarteJ an investigation. Madison streets. June 17 and 18, not only because I us governor,' Mr. Burke s' fit; I

meat unite them for a progressive and of the voters, however, from A report has just been received The building on Walnut/ street tho campaign Is. to close Julia 3C uuld.

lint, was! announced at the constructive legislative program, the unofficial count, have decreed and I find that based on Information formerly used as u bakery. I is beIng and what remains to bo done musl "In the event of failure before

headquarters' that telegrams when one is again presented for against; me. No man ever hail the furnished by the Seaboarc extended by Its owner, 11. A. l bo> done at once. the executive committee, mandamus ystet,

received! from widely sep- their support.Let support of more loyal and stead Air Line Railway Company tadeating Bishop) and It is understood will The survey In. especially for the proceedings will be resorted N :7'

d,I Pent of the state during us all now unite in the fast friends In a campaign than I that train 1 due at Stark' be occupied by a grocery store. purpose of listing the ('rlpple1children to In tin effort to compel the state ,I'' ? j,; wt

,barging irregularities in i, earnest support of our senator and in the one Just closed. To them, I at 11:18 p. m. would not be able J, C. Manning, who purchased with a view to Booing/: later ciiiivHSHlng boards, In the counties ,r ,

,etc ayr! ran governor. representative to the end that they one and all, I wish to express m: to handle mall to or from Starke I the former Magnolia Cafe buildIng that facilities for treatment and whore fraud Is alleged, to open k ,

[then' has a lead of more than' may have enthusiastic backing in', profound appreciation, and grate- on account of the company having I has had the greater portion ol education are furnished by sour and recount the ballots," ho concluded -

p I) vote on the face of almost their work for the good of Bradford fulness and also to the many newspapers no night employee at that point, i I the repair. work on the Interloi I agency or agencies.! Adult cripples his Htatemeiil. 11 ''ll t

let! returns In Tuesday's county and the state at large, which gave me their unqualified action was taken to discontinue completed and plasterers will star! are included, however for the Until the result of these actions '

Faithfully yours, support. the exchange and to have mat to work in a few days on refinishIng i sake of the state's newly established could bu determined, Calls' head- a I? Y,

iry--- __.______ J. L. Frazee, "Let us now look to the futurein turned back to train 2 for -deliver) the walls damaged by lire. New vocational training for cripples quarters mild the former governor /..

ilrtlfc> CIRCM-J DISTRICT full confidence that our state at 5:35: a. m. Upon consulting, partitions and repairs to the roof over 16 years of age. At the same would make no statement as to his p

FETING; TO Bbl HELD I wish to thank the voters of Bradford will move forward and that hap the railroad company's time tableit are practically complete time, largely because there ban future plans. c.

AT HAMPTON UKACI1j county for the support given, Illness and prosperity may reign is found that this train I Is regularly Chan. Woodbrldgo of Gainesville seemed no good; reason for leaving ?

me in my race for tax collector, over all of us." due to stop on flag and therefore who recently added the Powell any one out, the lists are being In espouse tci liitlmutl.m that '
Florida Districting and to express my appreciation to, Hathaway's statement was issued arrangements will be made building, corner Call and Walnut made to include deaf and dumb!,, lliu L funkier governor might become ,a ,

North: Circle will hold my opponent, Mr. Knight, for the from a hospital bed wherehe whereby the exchange of mail at to his I Starke holdings, will feeble-minded and any other physically an independent candidate, attention

Woodmen consideration shown me in the Is recovering from Injuries he Starke with train 1 at 11:18 p, m, start remodeling of the building, handlctippud person In or was dliected In political circles !y
at Hampton
uartery meeting Fla. Thurs- race. I also wish to say that I havea received early Tuesday in an automobile will be made by means of a station within a short while, It was stated der that I huso' may be referred to ) here today to tile law passed ; y

i near Hampton, good mule for sale, a good hard accident while enroute tc box erected for that purpose by 1.'. C. Holllngsworth, who hand agencies already existing. White, a I the last session of the legislature ; r
21 from 2:30:
Tternoon, June worker at anything you put him Jacksonville after closing his cam I observe that the newspaper led the transaction for Mr. Wood ana black rich and poor( ) any hand which mars a candidate who r ; '
There will be no {
o'clock to, but too slow for a political article contains the following bridge. The front of the store will capped( child anywhere la the hall been' defeated In the primary

,it instruction as Is the cus- campaign. paign. statement: "Under the present arrangement be changed to allow a corner en state should be included.I running as an independent. rl'' ; > '

but a picnic, bathing, lunch W E. Torode Precinct southbound mall placedin trance to the outside store, and r u The public la being appealed to It is understood that. If former '

rogram will be enjoyed. Lawtey the post office after 10:33: a, m. third store room will be provided In order that no OHO may be left Governor Can lulls to get the* ;

.,i N'orlh:: Florida District le To the Voters of Bradford County: remains 'here for twenty-foui for at the rear, with ui entrance off the lists. There I Is a local committee Democratic uouilnuuuu uu will uL- 4

toed p of groves from Gaines I wish to thank you all for the Vote Recounted hours or until the 10:53: train the on Walnut street. In every county, but names tack the constitutionality uf thus. qN, ,y l+

lacksonvllle, Lake Butler,, fact that I have been nominatedfor Following day." This is incorrect Mr. Woodbridge is I also enlarging and addresses of the t physically nun ure. II

nt Augustine, High l the office of clerk of the circuit in that any mall southbound deposited both the Royal Cute building) handicapped! may be Hunt direct' to '1'huetforts ot the Cults forces, yi C'' ,ti

gs, Alachua, Melrose, Haw- court without opposition.You I The votes east In Lawtey precinct In the Starke post office and the Independent Stare building Judge; W 8 CrUwell. 101 I Law it wits said today, will be cluecleu e ( i,

,I, Starke. Campvllle and Is- will always find me ready during the primary of June after the departure of train 11 at next to the theatre. Sixteen !Exchange! building!, Jacksonville for the present toward revision! ot i I ,

Grove It Is expected that and willing to assist you in any 5th were recounted Saturday afternoon 10:53: a. m. Is given to train 12at feet is doing added to the lengthof tile count and further develop'I! ''I
there from at the courthouse, due tc, Mil. SARA IICI.I.: IIII/ION
sentatlves will way that I can to look into the records 3:34: p. m., by which train It le the two pl'opel'lIes. .. cents will await the outcome ot I, .
;roves and every body take of this county, so far as relates rumors of alleged illegal acts in afforded proper dispatch at Jack The Hague filling station southof service's-for hits Sure that u tie mpt.4'llllVIIMA. l, ra .
the count of votes cast for tax as- Funeral 1
l. to this office. vllle. town, deHlroyed by lire a few
I Ito SOli L. Illlloii,
I M !Mann, Lake Butler, ie I shall be found ready to serve spHHor. Mr. Wainwright;; yielded 1 believe the arrangement now weeks ago, is being replaced, the )Hull lilllon, wlfo the of Atlantic It. Coastf.Inu IH InJC') "!. ,
,den, of this district and has : the pressure brought by friends built of concrete, juul master fur .. Sec-re- If
you day or night. made as to trains will afford the structure being railroad who died' Monday Tallahassee, June t. u I
I 1'l mld,| short program ar- Respectfully, tu: ask\ for a recount, and Mr service: desired and I am glad I II and will be ready for occupancy held this. morning at airy of Suito II. liny' Ciawtord Cilt f ?
mil nation will bo
who the no night '
I C; won
Ml G. W. Alderman.I ;ja; has been found possible' to accede, within thirty days. the pallors of Muiiiluy begun tho soinowluit leiliiius I1) ,
of 20 votes did noomtest 11 i o'clock from
1 1iman:" R A. Greenwill hi, a majority 'Vain.wl'l'ht to your wishes In this case.Sincerely Carpenters are also being kept 10 West Church ask( u( tabulating the olIU mlititurns ; t. 6A *:
Mr. HuiiiHck Clyinoru
h! in' fraternallsm. Mrs. Ella, wish to thank the people ot ( the move Col, yours, busy at work remodeling and enlarging ho Kev W. 1 L. C Million, from 1 (btu recent Dumociut-
,Strickland of Lake Butler,, /!: was represented by In different utreet' I "
who supportedme residences
Bradford county, W Irving Glover. Ic primary. ;
(Signed) Mala Clreel liuptlsthutch y r"
and Mr. Hayes by of the '
Krazee pastor
J F. L. 'p2s
prmklent, Miss Myrtle Otis even Chief Clerk John
In the recent primary Second Assistant parts of town of whleh site was. a member Assisted by
Tampa, state manager Cl::I. A. S. Crews. ---- Cruwfoid begun) I
p though I was defeated Postmaster General.. the sorvlces Imuiedlutely V. Dormun, Mr. 1
national delegate, Mrs. Antonllei T. N. Kendrick The recount did not change the .... ...........,...c. conducting: to lake up county by county, the I" i1
of the two contestants following which body, ,
Jacksonville past stae Irl'l'CTION 1"'I ?
unit legislative
for each' mate (
NAVAIj : : and vote I
two ballots, HIGHLAND accompanied, by the family
dent and national delegate In the Lawtey precinct : : vole j ,
I take this method of thanking TOIR ollk-o aud lo record, tile upon ,
other state officers are'to bent of Bradford county for, one for each of the candidates,, Ml.. M. R. nl..U... Car. Irlends, will bo forwarded to Luke tabulation snout uiiuui ..ix tent
the people a
laying been thrown out because Huller, her native home, and will
the splendid vote given me In the the murk had been placed at the The periodical inspection tour ........................1 l oe) taken to the Baptist church' long and four feet wnae. tioniethlug -
ch is expected to cuuntlen had ,
grove primary.It left Instead at the right of the of the naval stores research work Highland, June 15..-After an, where funeral. survlcus will be held like it 1In
the primary
uirterly report given. shows to me that the peopleof which Is being carried on by the of reported officially upon }
Illness of several death he llev. S. 8. Proctor, pastor,
name.riUMMHMAS. years Mon. ,t1 ,, '
lese district meetings are Bradford county continue to Service under at tile close of business j ,
United States will be inthe
t claimed George Elmer Wilkinson ficiating. Interment I
ing to be a wonderful success, that they are as the tabulation Ucomplelcd ,
and As noon
have faith In me of Mr Lenthull day. '
: MAJORITY the supervision Sunday night at his home neat' family plot In Dekle cemetery &t; .'
Members of the Crawford will call 1111
very way. well pleased with the service rendered THOUSAND Wyman, will be held Wednesday,, her husband : Mr. '
FORTY here. He was a son of Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Hilton l Is survived by p'e'r
,Imen of the World are alsod And I I the slate canvassing
in the past meeting
Florida, a
by me June 20th, at Starke, O.[ Wilkinson pioneer residents her pureenU, !Mr. and Mrs t
to attend and bring their to the exact result ot
will when
I board
the assure you that With not' exceeding four thousand There will be a joint meeting ol of this section, and leaves a host }U'. M. Ulvers, three ulstersMrs. ,
lies and lunch and enjoy render the best service possibleand votes unreported; the vote the Suwannee River Turpentine of friends and relatives to mourn Tate Powell, Jacksonvlllo;; tile primary will be proclaimed.UKOOKElt 1 kW

noon In a fraternal way. give you no cause to regret Senator In the Operators Association and the Mrs. J.V.. Edwards: lIln"ton, I'
States ,
for United his loss lIe was thirty-four ; '
district officers are: Mrs. given me at tjils time. years w...... ............. ',
the support primary of June 5th, was as follows Central Florida Turpentine Operators of age and had lived most of his arid Mrs. J. L Langford, Tullus-/ .
ie Mann, Lake Butler, presi- Respectfully yours, Association at that time al rr e
i is
: life here. Bee, Ala.; four brothers, L. O. Rlv-' 1

Ment Mrs. Mrs.Rives Winifred, Gainesville Cauthen, vice,, W. J. Epperson. Trammell. _____ ___136,010 Starke. The meeting opens at I 1 He[ leaves of his immediate famIly era, Charles Rivers, Hobert ICIvem,, lM isle _l..r. CUrooker .. tr ,

Martin __________ 96',241 p. m. at the offices of the Fores! his parents, two sisters, Mrs nil of Lake Butler, and Percy Klv- ,

-.-- gave me their support for county Trammell's majority 39,769 This will be an excellent opportunity Daisy Lang of here and seven member of the Mulu Street llup- June IE.--Mr. L. It, e, '

M \ COURT commissioner, district 6, la the re Out of 67 counties In the state for all turpentine operators, brothers, Den of JackHonvllle, tilt church, of thin city, Jacksonville I Uiiinoy was u. business visitor to il t k "

cent election and I will try and frammell led In forty-eight coun- and timber owners to see result, Charles, of Green Cove Springs Temple No. 3 I'ythlan Sister,, :tilurku, Monday. r

haul< Small, disorderly $15 show my appreciation. by giving .les. The two candidates will about of conservative operations and the and Jack, Arthur L. W., Cuyler, and Magnolia (irove No. 6, VVo diiiun Aubrey Penney and Mr. Strick i ,i'' '

forfeIted. service In return. Creak even on votes unreported, many changes which have been and John of here. The Interment Circle. Members of tlieso orders visiting! here l
IIn :McElery disorderly, $15 R. T. Outeen. within land of bturke:! were: t
'he fight my friends put up in my brought into the industry under the direction of D C. Jones will attend the services In uiodyTittlesUnion afternoon
forfeited. -- jehalf against such odds will net the last year. All operators and of Htarke,! took place at Long June lUt.li. Tuesday' '
Iin> Baxter, disorderly, $10( apprecia whether member, L. A Brown and son, Artford,
I desire to express my r be forgotten and 1 pledge them timber owners Branch cemetery and services werteondurted --
forfeited lion for the support given me dur hat I will continue my work for, ot any of the associations or not by Rev J. L. Strick I'0,4'rll'icici: !o ti H were: trammeling business laSturke a1'
il 1 Brooks, speeding $25 bond election of June to attend. 'I'III'HslJ.u"nu: oo'\iS'\ : one day lust week, '
state. urged
ing the primary he upbuilding of the entire are land and the Starke Woodmen of
itui 5th by the voters of county commissIoners Park Trammell. the World he being a member of -.. 1>, L. Yolk, K. T. Stewart and ,
n Dell, transporting liquor,, district three. ,I will IIAYKH: WI.NH IS GLADKS their organization. The flower Beginning Thursday June 14th 10. M. Haien went oa a. fishing.

U bond forfeited. continue; giving the county the best, 111 KliTO.VHUDSOX: COUNTY being a number of beautiful pieces and continuing through the usual trip to Karllon Ueuch. last Thursday

,ink Canady, disorderly, two service of which I am capable. completely covered the grave. summer closing period the post afternoon.

onhalf days in jail. i J. L. Underhill Mr. and Mrs. Louis Carlton Me- According to the election edition ofIIce will clone: at 1 p, m. on J.., L. Morgan and children and ; '
"I $5 Democrat Mr. Ruby Grand, Miss Dora Thursdays. Mail will be ell>*- ?
Jackson, disorderly, ormlck announce the engagement of the Glades County Edith: Jewel Uubunki Rosales
3 forfeited. the people of t their daughter, Ethne Wynelle M. S. Hayes was re-elected superIntendent Grand, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Fair patched: and received by all train Miss Johsephlne Ches-
Ward and t
I wish to assure cloth 0. H. Barker. Mr. and Mrs
lade Dryant, disorderly, $10 and especially lelton. to Mr. Milton Ingram Dud of schools by nearly a us usual The general delivery visiting at Hampton
county, ser were
Bradford Den Wilkinson of Jacksonville
L forfeited. District Number Two, of of and and Mrs. Chan. Wilkinsonand
B. Pedrlck, operating car those the splendid July 14. former citizen of Bradford county, cI 6f the ZitI:
appreciation children, Mrs Bryant, Mrs.T. .. Miss Heulali Lewis of t
le Intoxicated, $50 bond ford my It The above announcement car rind a brother to E. W. Hayes oljtarke. : .
vote given me In the primary. Sunday's Times-Union will Another former Bradford L. Irey, P. L. Tipples, of Green N D. Hull dlsilrlct has been spending sometime ( ht
ed in
the people have an ap week with Mr and il,
shows that Cove Springs and F. E. Jennings : here tills
ury Small, breaking Jail $10 service heretofore ) of Interest to the many frlendt ounty citizen, K. 8. Wainwright, PostmasterBbulg ,
of the of attended the funeral T. Stewart. ,
preciatlon Mlddleburg Mrs. K.
i forfeited. Count ; Miss Helton In Bradford county,, was defeated for the office of cir
rendered by me as of George Wilkinson Monday raising In Volusla county Thomas of here I.1 1spending
is Dyson, disorderly, $10 bond and I pledge the ho with her parents, were for suit court clerk for Glades county Miss Verdle
Commissioner, was given a boost recently when time with her ulster
:Ited residents of Brooker and they by a small majority, his opponent some
in said office er \
same faithful service Mr. and Mrs W M. Wimberly II. O. Hastings one of the largest Mrs. Bennie Waters at Worth s cw
uben Dyal, drunk and dlsor- Respectfully.J. ill unite In wishing her every being Mrs. D. S. Weeks. ,
and baby returned to their home seed men of the south stated that Springs.Mr. y t
:S ', HJ5 bond forfeited.C 0. Crews applness. Ington
Hobbs, disorderly, die The Bureau of Immigration ol at Baldwin Thursday after spending the Chinese llllles grown there and Mm. Johnnlo Molt and {
sert. -- Officials of the Pensacola Chamar .he State Department of Public In- a couple of weeks here with were an fine as he had ever seen Mrs Sally Mott all of here were,
<>se Duncan, disorderly, dls- To the Voters of Bradford County.. < of commerce, city official and tructlon Is now distributing the relatives.Mr. grown In America. County Agent' attending church at Uethamy last '
the hono has been active th
T. A. Crown In
get!. I sincerely appreciate preseutatlves to the state legls :ilneteenth census of crops and D. W. Sapp and family moved Sunday. r. '
itmaa' Tison disorderly, $15 and favor you conferred 'upon meit lure bave protested to Governor nanufacturers taken for the stateif here from Waldo Saturday and promotion of the bulb industry ol .

1 forfeited. the polls on June 5, by ihall dc .
Slocum disorderly, dlscharg- me your tax: assessor. service I tha a the board's ruling requiring ban 'ears 1926 and 1927 and repre- Mr. Sapp relieved Mr. B. II. Shaw Perry-Solid carload of 12,000pounds ( Mr. and Mrs... Melvin Dryan.. d 1 F"1

my best to render you cas Jnas shipped here to be fumlgat- eats the effort of agricultural as section foreman for S. A. L. 11.1.Co. king mackerel shipped) Starke 'girl, June 10th.

III Dell, operating disorderly will make you proud that you J. Telegrams stating the ruling ind industrial enumerators In via Mr. Shaw and family movingto from here on recent day to Charlotte '' Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gorman '
vote for against the local all of the state. 31st. }'
e. discharged. roar me.Very sincerely 111 discriminate wally cpuntles Alachua. N. C. Starke girl, May (
favor of other nearby portt The report have just been Issued Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sparkman
9 Hart, disorderly, $12.BO E. W. Hayet ort in Miss Fanny Prescott and Brown sir e
1 forfeited. t' ,ere sent to Governor Martin. from the press and will be available Austin and R. L. Prescott visited Mr. and Mrs. II. C. WImberly.D Italford, girl May 28th.

for those, desiring; a copy. relatives at Lawtey Sunday.Mr. W. Sapp was a business visitor and Mrs. T. S. Hiason. j
for Mrd
BRADFORD ,>rut glT"n. me representative boy May ZOr
OF ,
arks- -Resources of banks la TO THE CITIZENS 5th. Madison-New water supply and Mrs. II. C. WImberly, to Lawtey Monday. 'tit' ) Cove Spring

for;3 county increased from COUNTYI une Yours Ten truly, ins completed to nerve citizens of Jr., and baby of Nichols, arrived E> Prescott was transacting Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lewis, t

.000 in 1907 'to more than a wish to say that I feel grate 0. W. Uaien. Sessions Hill section of town. Sunday and will"visit his parents, business la Lawtey Tuesday. Starke, girl June 3rd. +I'r '

U'.OQO In 1927. lul to you for the handsome ma- \ yr ,




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.:: ;1't!.' : Carlton Keeps Substantial l *. NEW RIVER *. I I / ..;S Af.IN NTrr/> \ [tf-You: Want to ReaUyWorthw- ,

c Other Candidates MINI 13, ""lo Hii|>[>, Cor THE S t 'This Summer, Give One: ; or More of OU lr !: Tam

4. Lead Over .. e.......+- .......c..0/..i iKITCHEN/, ]
\\'-'-Illnu Jennings- Ilrynn. will be New River, June 14.-Among I I II r, less Boys a Summer Vacation Period] i i' \

) .."Mul', Fl'Otn 1,132: PrcclnrtMh seen' in FlorlJa's representation In those who were attending buslm-sH oiTltusville

:, Tain pan to IU I),,* t.llUIIII house of representatives at In Lake Butler Tuesday Were; ,
i lie Home.
r .\ of Cut I Us; Hathaway Washington at the next session Mr. and Mrs J. ].... Johns, MrKvorette .

(Jonrrtlra( Curl- second bid for Ilenfroe. \
Mrs. Owen, In her I
tOIl NoniLuittun/ the place defeated Congressman M. J. Sapp has been very ill but i Over two hundred I
Is recovering nicely.

.I hsonvllle,i June 0.-Returns W.In J. the Sears.other congressional dlnirlrls. Mr. and Mrs M F. Wigging had ,! Courttiy of ,h. Domestic Science Depart girls-mostly bov< I

ti-.m. 1 1.132 of I the state's 1,200 Incumbents appeared certain as their dinner guests Sunday, \ minttfrcliofi Stole/ Lompanv. I
ing that
prrv. "mis In Tuesday's primary of their berths, with Tom A. Mr. and Mrs' I. Plnholster, Mr j *'I GUESS I'll have to ask yoiJ some go '
1 following line-up for govern and Mrs. Ward and little ton. e,. yP them (
t ab the Yon leading two opponents In the J JL Kitchen;: Clubbers to comeback a summer \

i"i-. third district and II J. Drane Miss Mlldre.l; Cone, attended and make my kitchen ugly; ," ,1 ,running far out laughed Mrs. Adams, whoit) ,
r} L. Johns motored to Ala- .C
v a CattH G&.489. In I ho first district. n A. kitchen had been the subject fill< Home S."FloridVs .>,I
Hathaway 63,41)1)) nominated diua Wednesday W .I t:'.
(rrcfii, of Starke, was discussion several weeks LefoJ"t"You've } k f '
36,478. Mr. Law'l'enceVlggiDS who Is = Great,
Taylor the second RY 4.
for t
r without opposition .a J
R' made it attractive P ,, .
turpentine still at so ;, '
Carson 3138. the second dIstrict. operating a u
( t 1 t With only a few scattered preClnl'ts'oVf'I' term Other from state officers apparently Clayno, spent the week-end at his that not only my daughter but such desperate: .

; I tho Htate missing, ref home. half a dozen other girls want to )' ,
i'piVPfliii : certain of nomination In the primary f.,5 that the society \' i
; turns tabulated by the Associated do their entertaining there." '
r 'I, jafl which In Florida Is equivalent itl $
( that already 340,84Dyf J. n.) Rochester, Manatee county opportunity of pI!
Press showed Mrs. Adams was one of the
HmJUlM .
J' to election are:
farmer, who has been experimenting -
AmiullilwlSw Votes were cast", in the, Kovernor'srace thousands of mothers who find 5.J
IJrnedt Amos, for comptroller In tobacco growing in this t S. w its homeless chi! '
i as against 140,6911 in 1924. re-elected; over E': 8 Martin and has drawn attention from I themselves having to competewith P'X

iJoylo 1 K. Carlton. Tampa attorney Judge J. I). Stewart ; Nathan county Florida by producing the movies, drugstore!' an'1 for the summer, fiful "
d South growers
i aHHiircvl of the nomination
i seemed Mayo, re-elected 'ngrlviiltuie commissioner the streets for their children's in- u that the :'
his llrxt liolce votes some of the finest tobacco I ;p eFy3a society
? ( UH over W. S. Sparkman; terest. She had the situation sz' t
lead of approximately10,0Mi plants ever grown In the ilia Ie. met ae'1
a r gave him a A. S. Wells, from group one and cially to provide f
( in 1,121 precincts over The variety Is the Kentucky broad fairly and frankly realizing that

,, I Sidney J. Calls, exGovernorwho :Mrs. K I 1.to Eaton have, been of group returned two, leaf, and one of the leaves measured she couldn't force her children to &N1r; helter for there ,

was running a nip and tuck race appeured 24x33 Inches enjoy staying at home even if
)i'' H railroad commissioners Wells\ mer.Summer
for second place with Dr. Fons A. us \V. W. ---. she made them stay there. If ;.
had it wide margin over If anyone doubts that FlorIJa
iv Hathaway, chairman of the state home to with ix to fourteen
I'hilllps while Mrs. Eaton will has a big water 'ommerce they was compete out- yi-, .
i highway department. The latter roust second choice votes with J. have only to refer to the Florida side interests, it must be more attractive desired

t 7 during the day conceded CttHton'snomination O Cassidy, In their four corneredcure. Industrial Survey, which gives I That wa that I ticulary ;

x 1"'. I<:. Anderson and Carl 8,174,000 cargo tons of 2240 When' Mrs. Adams was a girl ski is that the f

r'I I ,f t Trammel<< to \Viiincr Margraves/( were the other two In pounds to and from 18 Florida and Mr.\ Adams was comingtp it"a

I' Senator Park Trammell has I the race against Mrs. teuton.io ports In 1920. Inbound tonnage II see her, an evening sitting on the "mes to our ch '' t R

'l been returned an the stale's J Junior exceeded to considerable extent ''
\onits a sofa with him was thrill enough aracter( and \,,
of the : oi' I''IANtii.t
the house ;
member of upper sho'w.the
t ot'' the outbound the figures I But her girl scorned that kind of '
the bid in
over -
national congress every \
/ total Inbound commerce being .
returns I j evening. She had to be doing 't .
John \V. Martin. Martin The primary election
; Governor listed at 6,147,700 tons, compared +1k e + M1'er1 4 4tYVJ fam'Iy.: Tall.t ,
+ nominatedby something. And Mrs Adams ad- 6, i ; i
I'1'1,, ? IWl&lIlS&JIS& has roncede-4- defeat AUld the show that I have been with 3,026,283 tons of outbound II F rp" rAy !
fcJ..rjNS? r 'ftlB4SXa r; tabulation from 1,092! precincts an overwhelming majority as cargo. mitted to herself with a faint. y !maritans and \ I\

v give Trammell a total of 122,976 the democratic candidate for commissioner -' reminiscent blush that probably "

$ to 94.512 for Martin.In ot Agriculture A new cold storage and I Ice service I her daughter's idea of entertain iprrintcndcnt, Ill\ I ) !

r .1 the vote for delegates at larger I wish to express my sincere station opened to the Gainesville meat was the more wholesome of ,g. 428 Saint I ,' I
g', the national Democratic convention thanks and deep sense of grati- public last Sunday on West I the two. '

a v0 + ) at Houston Florida elec- tude to those who supported me :Main street. The new plant Mrs. Adams got her solutionto ''I him you will i iiy >: \

dors appeared to have shown a In the race I shall try to show which Is owned and operated by the problem one rainy evening or two for ,

'preference for candidates unfavorable myself worthy by rendering such the Diamond Ice Company has when she poked her head in the

to the candidacy of Governor service to the people as will giveno three large storage rooms and will living-room door and announcedthat --minever do '
E. Smith This was Hue for complaint on the part cold storage '.
Alfred cause provide adequate r .rO'
she would make raisin-nut -.ile.1 it tod ,
y4 t for district delegates In one of the of those who opposed; me. space for wholesale butchers and <

four state districts, while other It shall be my purpose to look produce men' An Ice service sta- fudge if she could find someoneto your heart to do

,district delegates voting was un- only forward with the one purpose tion at the same location will seed raisins and shell nuts. "

certain. The delegates vote, slow of promoting the welfare of the prove a great convenience to customers Boredom vanished. Aprons went I I

in coming In because of the number people of Florida because of the very central on. One couple made a great to- II I --72 miles Dixie high- StarkeResources of banks in West Palm Deal'h.He!
of candidates, had given from Nathan Mayo location. do over the raisins. The other
way through IJrevard county will Bradford county Increased from fleers' association \located n E 11
district .
?' the elate at large and In one couple shelled the nuts in not '
Clay county 'be beautified $230,000 in 1907 to more than .a quarters In Comeau hutldint
Green Cove Springs The' United States approxi-
l!. Y'1' r; anti-Smith men and women more than twice the time Mrs. ...- $1,000,000 in 1927. .
tt harvesting bannercrop In rice. --- -- -- -- -
1,000,000 acres
overwhelming Adams would have usod. The "'t. Pierce-$50,000 new thea- Mayo -- Street* h l ientd
to nine
Florida will potatoes. Pioduclng Is confined
delegation from the Smith ) --- Ml ales with Louisiana accountable candy was good, and the party ter to be built on site of old Masonic Perry-Solid carload of .. 000 electricity from 1"1'1"D'! T\ \:

,: be uninstructed been ,marked but throughout Jo'ernandlnll.-Large plant of for nearly half of the acreage I ended at a late hour in the kitchenAt Temple on..North 2nd street. pounds king mackerel buTpped Corporation's new pi.u
Issue has Fernandina fisheries recently completed ----- '- from here on recent day to Char --
Florida lx. one of the states listed. the next meeting of the Clul: Jacksonville$31,900 contract
the campaign. lotte, N. C. DeLand- "Situ'I.,I. d,
Mrs. Adams
asked for kitcher
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t' let for construction of first unit of
Nominated niSil
\h'14. Owen ---- -- of ._ InBtallcii! '
Orange CityHardsurfaclng color scheme that would look - newspaper
OiluudoIllds will be opened so Parental Home for Duval county.
One new face, that of Mrs. Ruth I Orange City-Lake Helen highway and wouldn't show Mayo Plans completed for lion here.
8 for construction of addition phisticated ----- --- --
( +; s Bryan Oweu, of Coral Gables, June In process. Pensacola --.- Abundant grape stretch of state road betweenCook's .e
dirt much!
to Loral! post olllce. Nancy's notebook
d daughter of the late commoner, crop nearing maturity In Western Hammock and Taylor coun- i OcalaNew ii\ "
v shows what she got? hi-
line eel)lIy completed
Florida. ty
n I ''I.Quill( bin HEiFa"-1! 0 ,
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I J Issued hero during April represented I

i $404.125. DeWitt C. Jones
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1 I "" Klver Extensive additions i
A, Crystal -
being made to new plant of '
: : .. Bond Issue voted Home-Crystal Ice plant.
: ;;. ': Orange City- .
= .t. for erection of new town hall\ and Jal'ksonvllle-Plan8-- making for Shakespeare, Heddon and; Pflueger Rc."s

lire station here.
y., construction of $50.000 new three- .
Heddon Minnows Al Foss Minnows, I.
i St. Lucie county is dressing up story apartment at 21st and !Market ,

Its spuds for shipment this season. streets. Hooks alid L. 'I',
Bait Al Foss Pork Rine
F The hoops of the barrels are purple -
and the barrels bear highly J\adllOn-New! water supply
Now that IXcrtion: Is> O\er-Let's C3o I'lshlnjl.
colored labels.Jacksonville. line completed to serve citizens of

.--. Sessions Hill\ section of town 3mfT CTCTgggg.lW! gMj
bank clearings for I ----

I May 28730716 of this. as year compared aggregated with$73-a !I Architects Say Ideal Home Mirrors Warmth and Security!

( total of 189,031.744.91 In the corresponding -

41 ,yl'k' month last year it was \ ,. ... .. "' '').'' ',_. :<'! '.:W(< ""' .m "' "..." ....'''''.
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LMt announced officials of I i t : ". i ; ,
recently by
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Clearing 1 f(' :ft. .>. -t, )' ; ,Jro':'! .' .
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I With the eradication of cattle .f, '"..:;.'"..,...,.. '..,. .,., .,.{ II.',1... *; 1-(. : >
ticks almost complete InVest ,' ., > ,. .,, :, .
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Florida, the farmers are beginningto I t.:'Y,. :: : ; ,..f' : .>_ ';'!i.-, .''V.'J.-t..J.._.. ...;,.A.,, _, .......',.,.".:.i. "';,Y"'Jj., ;,,",: ,' -,.-s Z.- {:, \
take an interest in bringing In T !
purebred beet type bulls, said A. I ''N;:;:,; j '. : '. .; 1 id; f. : #5: Ji:1'1W :':,"f0 .
; ;;;;f.ilm nr 'f..F. ? .t-.3fL : : .t
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cultural 1'. Spencer extension, vlnce 'director who has of agri-just I }: !.', .j; ... ;;' -.'".=, 6t,.,...Z..z.-. ;:;'::,-,:,'..:::::::...::.:."}::,,: : iEEit:; :,.;=.,:.5J.,::::::.,.'='Zi.r's.. .-=.....=.=.<=..,.......-It. '!-',. .(,; :
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Unlimited--resources. from the I ., fir<* ... If"$', ,- ... '1'-... 1-U.! < ,..,, IL f %*;(," >.S.S".

6 < Vvw".a i" :
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E....,.. high tension transmission lines of l": ''fl l ...ii!&.i'.,.: :'1.1' ':': : i, :.',w..1.t '{!
the ,. :
West Florida .
Power Company It N 1 -: ; ,!II

I A became contract and available.between officials The City of the signing Commissioners ofa I 'iY'f: : { { thti; # >: :: f fI.

( power
Mt PT I I company marks a great stride for- I 'Ii1ili i ", 1 11 I

N t LEf1T ward In the progress. of Quincy.. I. j f'" ,I,, I I"lf lf n' mt'I\ LF It

Bbulg raising in Volusla county !.!, I.. 1 1i
was given a boost recently when' M"' .. 1 ...102. .....,..;..". _

H. G. Hastings one of the largest I b
V pC1
seed men of the south stated that qf. '

the Chinese llllies grown there = I.,.
... were as One as he had ever seen I f- 'w PORCro
a : Ltxuaonexdd grown In America. County Agent Random Alhlar English Style d I HITCH 888 tvoI

: : T. A. Brown has been active in the Haute. C'4 -
promotion of the bulb Industry of u. u.rI'e
Cave men 110 the Historian tell us, t.
t t rcI the county. 0
q1'i ,
must have bad some Imagination for .N
.. -- all cave. were by no means uniform. a >t
.' Officials of the Pensacola chamber Some were rather spacious and dISplayed i fnr
of commerce: city officials and a tone of extravagance. with r\
I u IfL'ST r'LQOi2t l.nrl / \| JECO1J01r1L10R PLAX representatives to the state legislature rich tIger akin rugs and thick wall -

.!"' have protested to Governor hanging Even away baca to those D LIV11.1G RODM $U,9 '
Martin and the state board dim shadowy days of the Neanderthal HA11 w.-auv pppCID }
!>!i l: I r plant man. who wooed his Beloved e''on' uo'tto't'N'
1 lqf i \ IIO.MR: WE DREAM OK with Its larger neighbors.The The small kitchen and breakfast on the board's ruling requiring bananas -'I with a crack! on the head and hauled 110'6 0"t

'. / house shown here Is the room are much In demand; shipped here to be fumlgat- ,, her oB to nu cozy niche in the bIll}
$ t. '(By R. C. Hunter &: Bro. Archs., ed. Telegrams stating the ruling \ aide the home was something more
type which closely approaches the likewise the attached garage. On
_ ; i New York.) will discriminate against the local than a mere better ... n
t' This little home should make a mark. The plan accommodationsar the second floor are three good port In favor of other nearby ports Today the ideal nome symbolize* -

_y r strong appeal to new homemaker fur bAtter than those found In bedrooms and a bath room. were sent to Governor Martin. nappineu contentment and etabll-
: Ity Beauty in the small house u essential
I The average newly married couple: the small The exterior walls stuccoedand e
1 apartment to say nothing are The Bureau of Immigration of just a. artistry and beauty r111R.ACai'e:

_ < starts homemaking in an apartment of the pride one feels in own- the roof Is of slate. Brick the State Department of Public Instruction are prime requisite in the palace .aiO O
i t and some in surprisingly Ing this type of home should com- piers support the heavy wooden I Structural strength and excellence of
Is the
d now distributing!;
material acton of ant consideration
a mall apartments. The reason for pare favorably with are now
apartment driveway
gates. roof
over nineteenth census of crops: and distinct trend
Q The seem
this In most is undoubtedly
't cases rentals.
I the entrance door Is Interesting.A manufacturers taken for the state to oe toward natural stone wall construction FIRST FLOOR. PLAN
1p t on account of lack of sufficient The plan arrangements is somewhat lot with a frontage of 60 of Florida. The census: is for the It 1* economical, delightfully nrst can of this type of Indiana contractor j j.pectJve
capital to oulld or buy their own I lime : ing architect
4 1 a departure from the feet would be sufficient for this years 1926 and 1927 and repre- artistic and !give a tone oirlcnnee stone wall construction arc points builder with st js 1
t, h home. Then again there are altogether usual small house layout. A living house. and security Wben treated that arc adding uaetul
t I sents the efforts of agriculturaland greatly to the popularity other information
_ too few small and attrac room of good dimension servesa Complete working plans and Industrial enumerators In virtually strictly a* masonry and used a. a for the tone bom The Eng in planning the new OlJIIo

w ( tlve houses to meet this demand. three fold purpose, as a general specifications. of this house may be all counties of the state. facing! or veneer with a Daefclng of lish style bouse here Illustrated shows and* ot carload or rtppey,
:First of all the house must look hollow tile brick or wood frame an interesting re11I
living ue of for
t room dining room and bed obtained for rough sawed out ot the district
a nominal sum from The
or' Gothic
have been Issued random
reports Old
ri the part, It must have something room by means of a swinging folding the building variegated random a hlr. from the quarries) and .traction this year. ucJI1.
editor. Refer to from the press and will be available anhiar assure permanent beauty ana mill of the Indiana Limestone U tMfutui JIDID'
about it which brings it up to par bed. compyny the atone bom
House H-A-141 for those desiring a copy. taollity Freedom oi upkeep audio* Bgtlfglri Iad. vhicb.u upply- I *.


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-- MIJohn T. }Fuller, reiver's action was prompted heI I Two-suited hands always are inter higher vnliir\ !suit. A bids three epadci i rl ,
I' the first woman nld, by failure of the city to pay ttting and their bidding should and Y and B pa sL shouM now bt> k, + 4 .yi i t, r.

., I lio to the state to him as receiver more than be thoroughly understood.proper The follow four club! and if A rv\s e", Y U thui ';.7 .
sent diamond
v i l' officials said the and the given the chance to bJ four
I on $700.000. City ig letter from a correspondent
appeared '
i',,Oldy, it if r he prefers that ,suit, without increa- z
1'1,1, action probably will prevent the' writer's reply ccv:r a very commonhase F
her ,
mrns t from race of the of tWC>-Buited hands ing the C'ontrllct. SurpoechoweVC:'. ., ,,,,. ULVS ;
) bidding : P1ONFFR.
I sole of bonds thereby resulting: \ club a i'h the for" .w.u y?, ; ) t
representatives Z had bid one +
of .
< ind should be csrctully : w N SN/NGt.6O SNFAA l r
epAdev.1 ,
the city's failure to meet bond ollgaUona hand and A had bid three \ isti y '
dIamonds roirg .. 1
ounty My partner had a two-suiter I ,. a ,aata.n .wt.x. a? ( ,
,IV I due July 1.Jacksonville I and clots.! She bid diamond: If V and H parsed, i, Z 'would now t.- i' 1ti
lit-I ; ,
e bid lour diamonds to.how a'I
the forced to ,
Lewis 8ratandthenhi.ldrk!:1.1 supported: wife as 1 found boautv oho nHKW
,, v springThe SMit.T hen if A passed and Y prherred .Bobb<,d hair Has mvnaiO nnd took the chiefs favorite r Nt,
I other YORK ,
I;' -John E. Matthews diamonds, became( I had three to would be forced his shim of the loot, was. the first to all tea latest hair cutting
he :
I eatrepprovldeslthe the bid her stronger! f the club bid, 'he Sultan of Sulu's kingdomRavenironed of them also boasted permanent '
r nominated for the state legislature ]uccn. supposed that prefer I I surrender her long hair' Other native Many '
show t ,
,i roil of the two of value first. i 1 I to bid five club:* to maidens tn "lllplDOlItorollUld followed her example waving machines. "Bobs' and permanent i
h from Duval county In Tuesday'H increase t1- belles quickly
play house tube in other words, to r,: +
I modern of would prcblbly once;or, have become hair twins.
i waves
i I thought king inter island bonu '
my the
\' \I of nearly primary announced his Intention one td-k. It U to avouch -< ore snipping oft their lopsided Now wherever r i '+' ,
contract bait
capacity take a trick if diamond were by Jolo "...eedom eretna to follow the {
,Ih ,' "HUg of to "go to TalnhasBee with but few' .. cnry that the rule! of bidding knots In favor ot sleek oy- atop In the Sulu arcblpclnito ,
nulpped with many : trumps, and I was not so sure that my' a coijtin, framed." top 81al. at Dongao at Tnwal Tawnl Una The scluors that sheared oS 4II, s
,''I, ,i I. I ,", usually found in! bills to have passed: but to do nil !been of diamonds would take a tried the higher valued suit was ran bobs a beautiful* bobbed haired Moro molds the Wp-tnoG of those Sulu ntrensj '

,. : ,n r nces In his power In the intercut of if clubs were trumps. Your book wysRrst'Aa ,, Example Unrul No. ltA Tlie Dora ot shears Is resounding nnd matrons bob shingled head also cut away many of their old '
: of 8ulu- '
'i' rule, bid hc higher torough the ntpa boudoirs behind the tiuihlonel: notions about the infer {I'
a having the second choice primarystatute (( a gencjjil Eugena of flirtatiously at one from ( n {
and substitute the valued suit Erse provided it contains Y land" doctored Monsieur lority of their sex Shingled 1'arh"i" ,-i
Bai erased '' j York eminent coconnuta."Bobbed
The world wide warrant the bid. London Paris. and New behind tae present gitauon for' I t
nil sufficient strength to B : bolt has become universalIn are r1t
stead :
.? law in its waving
convention will be primary that otherwise authority on permanent harems tn Moroland And k
"Then after one-women
i 1I'a, I saying Z : world travels 1 could never get so 'I '
,.i i I lune 21-24. Preparai Charging that the bill" "may be you bid the lower valued' suit first, you : who recently returned from condition a tar oil my the beaten path but a shingle- the native maids who are defying tea I % ,

,Ii I ,, made for entertaining theoretically all right the repre go on and say,fecund,'In\ie same ways Hearts-o, 3 investigation ot beauty Shook a haired maiden crossed It At Singapore laws of Mohammed to marry Lhe-young : _i ,,4 '
i Wlllt ,
\I. ,, delegates. The city sentative-elect declared that only always prefer, if possible, the major Clubs- Q, 10, 5!I "The native wile of fortune who led a and Sumatra tn the farthest Filipinos who arrlTe from Manila wlttt. i k
I ?"u approved $360 about 29,990!)!)!) or 30,000 of the tvckt\ to the minor.' I Diamonds Q, 9,8,7.4.:1: \ German soldier of upon a corners of Australia and New Zealand monogamous Ideas to occupy govern '
'.' r8 have "Then again third'If part succrmtul raiding expedition snd'halloaIng' ment omce are Invariably short I'hallo4. '
mOl,, state's voters exercUe Ihelr nei- you say Spades- Q, T : Dutch within the ahndows of Ctieopa. t' ,, toward the necessary ner supports one of your suits, it is not nest of plratei Imperilling distance of the Taj Mahal .- 1""I "
\ special! tag day will ond choice 1 perogatlve thereby I advisable to bid the other suit unless No score, rubber ame. Z dealt arll"* '', trade In the Sulu and Celebes scan .. .-- --__------.----- i,1", t tplux

.." raise more funds. rendering the second choice selection the first suit is a minor suit. I have always passed, A pasted, Y bid nne no-h'urr-e* ------ Seaboard'\ Air LlaeIttrltroud South .laiknotivlllu 'l'i.2110' du- IiI '
rto| of the peopleTallahassee to hearts. What: ahouM i Mr. King< Bald I Live 1m built 1 r
unfair to all : construed) these quotations and B bid two -amp: >, Inisline aiHUlmt'iit IIOIIHO to
o alternative : ot' opci-iitlnn: 'I "
.. other
suit should Tho only to the Fore-st
oft r 0 mean that bid your stronger bid? Z pass. In addition Hirel I
you Walnut
I,",, ,, Sixteen car loads have T. H Hodges, first making allowance of course, fathefact a truce diarroM l bid, ia very the camp committee a number of IK-I\\ot-n hole and JiukHoiiOcnla nn and 1 Oalc atroct.'f' ,

\\ i nn watermelons that have to take one trick unsound. Y has bid a third hand no will spend name title. Avenue :: I ,
,, planned you men -- '
to the North- state shell fish commissioner than do in and should bo abla to keep<< A-S l prominent -.-----'--- businessblock i1/: ,'
Tavares in the minor suit you trump and aHltt $200,000 I
1 I 1 11 1 in week- more this summer Ft. Myers- 'i
the in camp
to leave here over Don't take up- lime of generul 1 farm ,
the .
the season op- suit.. 1 should that from making fame. --Survey I" .
\the nay store
since major Among chain
Kums I
!> : IfIll11. S. 11
,mnK"t :
Philadelphia i i. in with the 1)1'0 for
the when no shown larger .
a Five car loads end enroute to clubs and diamonds were of equal value necessary chances: jrarnc: : cropn in Marlon' county ot :! gu
'Ii, i ,I. n.iya+ ago. Tuesday, with navy yard, where he will take over : M both take five extra tricks: to make danger Sit tight; and let the ash.rfelhavi these will be E! F. Montgomery\ ac-KMige than lust year nt., Ilila uiiclrr onusruction at corner '! ) V Vy

'?, i,,nip made up additional cars the vessel given Florida by vote of I fame. Also that hearts and spades were worry. Lake: City;i K. D. Langley, Merrill time. tat and Ilroadway. ; 'Irl,, t

II,??>'' 'h for fifty the Mr. ]Hodges will go ta of equal value as both tike! \ four extra Exampla: Hand No. 2: I' 11.l Drown 1'rof. I 10 L Lounsberry \. ':

?? Clipped by the end of (Philadelphia L'ongresB after a two days stay tricks to make game. Therefore the I Hearts- h:. 9, 8,4, JClubSl.5,4 the Uev James K H.irbeo, Ihellev I ----.-.-..-- .-----.--,--__-.._----.____ ._.._..---.. I I tdn t., t,,
allied meant Hev. Lea s
that higher the
opposed Turner
'k it St! Petersburg, where he will minor A. Fred "
and '
between major a Crlswell
difference a Diamonds-A, 9, and W. S.
,'ida White } h
the annual lticlh
|ouriaBsee" --'Yhat Is hatchery believed deliver convention an address of the Southern at Fisheries : suit only two,and minor riot to suits any or difference two major betweon Spades-A, 10,9 all of Jllc1( onvllle. L. Wymmi of FAULTY VALVES CAUSE

,?. in,' first crawfish at association and show moving I suits. 1 Y the United States forestry service
nlted l;: States, located marked third above : members of the biologydepartment :\ '
h. and
about pictures portraying fish batchel'Y'operatlon "Your quotation I sA B : some '
\v-ti. has Just provided that you bid a minor suit Z of the state university bI0'I'OR'1'ROUI3LC P
"I The vessel aunllrman": :
for the s 1 la F!o r ft!a. i ;
I? ,?a.. young crawfish will first if it is the stronger suit, making willlslt\ the camp occasionally to r
gulf and ocean, T. obtained from the government allowance for the different number of Z dealt! and bW study program.: i
,of the II rubfier game. the nature N
., arc, assist In
err used for some
shellfish commlsK replace the SC-744, extra tricks required to make game spade Y two he..i'!" charge of registration : GARAGE ;
UoJges, state Ash depart been that (: ..earl. A one I'. a. Camp has GENERAL SERVICE th
state shell deduction has !
announced Thursday. time by the Therefore, my That and B two spnc!".; Z three honrtt, A and will look after all "''t f k
crier A floating mechanical fish I bid stronger suit first. four{ hearts and B fournpadcs. :
ment. Y It U 1
you three spader, the Jacksonville motor, ten to one '
Woodrowiiu.wav hatchery has been established on between two suits of equal strength If Z and A passed' what shouiil: camp mutters at When you have trouble with your traced, dlroctly f i, + ,
harlotte Harbor would bid first a major suit rather four ,,<:iea ot It was nuuounred.1t'Inler of all motor troubles can "'
i acquired boat to produce you Y dot Should h* doull s? Dittos the valves 85 percent i
llght- the newly I
,,) 14 was killed by fish and It will also be I than minor lult.I bid five hearts?Y should bid five hearts. National bark to the action ot badly( valves-twlHtod and warped il1i i ,,'q i '
three wat r Harden--First The '
salt I this
with I
clear on point it is motor's action.
Him hen while he was "Could you me up The rubber< In a row boat In Char- used for *atrol purposes. because we had quite an argument doubtful i if A-Q can be dcfpatc at fa'rr Dunk of Winter Garden I method of getting the best out of your {, "
per boys othern M writer replied as follows: hand but Y stock from $25- only safe and elllclent / ; '
None of the And the spades. It is a very close Its capital of the KWIK-VVAY system, a system id1
&q.,! Harbor Thousands of bidding of a two-suit hand A R makinc motor la through tho uue
bolt cut Jacksonville "In! the take no chance of( $50,000 ground withmorhnnlcal
Injured. The valuednut ; must 000 to I which motor valves ore I '
( was which Florida National Guardsmen Sun the rule as to bidding the higher four spades, game and! rubber Y-2. --- I ot scientific operations by n

;v, large, holes In the boat to morning aauembled at Cum",> first applies with equal force to two have a good chance to maVe live hearts! Wauchula-More than 1-2 mile accuracy nnd preclulon.W .
shallow water close day major' suits br two minor suits as to a for will be laid 1 l this system after a thorough r''
\ m Johnston tor the annual summer I suit. For example, and should try additional trackage have, adopted and Intll(allc atbe ''Ili, r p
I and a for It In known
ron' encampment of the 14th Infantry in major the following band: Example Hand No. 3 and thousands of dollars by spent Atlantic Investigation of Us merits and bucanso\known. Tha next time you I t f''

Lieut-Col. Woodfln G. Jones com Improvements here most moJern, up-to-date proceurt t lYj
growers, re- Hearts- 7,6 and let u" show you the advantage
i II.i motosasaaThe ot the local pow Y ; Coast Line itallruad.ClearwaterIIda way drive In
officer our
their friendly overtures\ to mandlng have Clubs-A, K. J, 7, 2 A B. are around valves ground( \ \ the KAYIK-WAY System a'' R, r.I
I t!mR stated Advance Q 7 4 3 : tor of having your
Diamonds received + IfI
full co-opera- Z ,
desire sol .
ililppers for
1< prepared the camp Spades-8 ant fire .I k
In setting construction of new Jail
the shippers OHlc-em r
'Ii' rom'tearing house and will gop dlers to take occupancy. armory there are two minor suits of fairly equal Hearts A, K, Q, 3 si lit Ion here.Tallahaaaue1. '
ill' he i the ship- and men will report at II value but the diamond suit,as the high Clubs- A. K. 10,9 Paul il/ass 1, Proprietor a,
",,' further by giving o'clock to prepare foi, though l issued !Instate ,
Citrus at 8 er value,should be bid first even Diamonds-A. J, 7. 6,4 jl'' ?"'
r' joining the Florida asesmble equipment and I suit is the none construction of ;
club stronger. :
the the trip the I Spades In April for STAIIKE FLORIDAi 'i I I'tr
Asociation ,
Ltovors Clearing Merton L. pet:\ ready to leave by truck train Hearts- A, K, J, 10,9 \o score, first game. What should! Z as' apartment houses, hotels and re,,- 1'

}Hotness i management, Members\ and friends of local I Clubs-J,4 r I' dealer bid with the lorejoi.ifr:: ; hand tiuiruntu totaled nearly quarter ofmillion -.--,.-,-.--,-
of the membership Invited in diamond .. ,. .--------
0"" director guardsmen:\ have been Diamonds1 should bid One .hia.1 longest dollar _.-- ---- Ad't
tor the clearing house the traling +. 9,5,3,2 if overbid he should:1 show I
"iinign\ visit the camp during Spada-A, suit. Then I' I ; 9t
,' number of growers bospltiIty. the heart suit. In this:. way. he telU his ltd i ; ,
'1 1,1 I lurge will name" and( enjoy the tump's "In the foregoing hand, the spade suit clearly true he has a longer t a ,
Thursday "We Jacksonville companies KOln should be bid first even though the partner very f r. r
I diamond suit and! probably a )ur II
"ro. Mi, t'orey "such a committee to the encampment are Headquarters heart suit i* much the stronger The heart suit. In no ether. way can: ,
the shippers coming F for the higher valued f
if 'niiii'rt. as cnnipany. Companies mason preferring bl
this be done r
udesire, to whom will bein regimental ait to obyroue.lf the opponents over
(i. ti' 124th Infantry: .
and Q, suit should then be bidpartner '
with which and 46ih bM. the other Example Hand N
howitzer chance to
band to thus offered a
|h. in' familiar." "In other company. pen suits without inFins Hearts- 8, t", .
explained. motorcycle choose between the Clubs A, Q g. 6, 2;I INSIST i
I the, speaker the contract For example: i i 'A on ;
Diamonds ,1 K,8.: ,4 I
jTi," "rer shippers who Join the Tampa- Important and apparently i t A B. none I ; ; ,,
the I i Spades ''t
and help I Z.
regarding '
|\lfuntl' : house now authentic information Y & r 4Gt'

:*e w >nrat, up the business man- the armed raid on precinct sA D tx Score, A B'18, Y-Z 1J, rubber 1t.1lh 1.

Semen? of the clearing house are 9 early Thursday morning, Z i I dealt and bid one heatl. If A ld to

II 'Hour. a hand In selecting per"nn.J -I resulted! In the shooting of ; spades and Y bid three: heart, wli.ii:

I and adopting policies." which vas contained I Heart* ftClub. should B bid D should but four diA-
. two election letter received .- A. K, 0 7 S and if doubled or overbid, should show.. the original j : i I II

Mar- In an anonymous Me ,I Jiamooda-,j, !o, J, XSpade the diamonds.. It is a vny close tiard r i ''
\V Mayor
i TallahasseeCov.. John the office of I ot&A
at / *- 10,8fdnb but canoot: safely be bd ia -y
here Friday of the plot to raid I l ;I
isKued statement 4
Im a Kay Details rod. bids one diamond, the way. ,
jnghl' acknowledging the re-nomln- the polling place, which was I '' ,

I'lon of United States Senator hatched In a West Tampa cafe ac The camp equipment ls such as h

Jark Trammell, whom he opposedn cording to the writer, dovetail pre Immokalee to to provide the boys with, everything

Tuesday's Democratic primary,, cisely with Information possessedby Camp tor their welfare, Mr. King and genuine '

Viil ,onveylng to him his wishes the police Chief Logan said after 1928 Season declared without depriving themof 1 1 ,, .

for success The chief executive the mayor turned the letter Open the values of outdoor life. The .

f pressed his appreciation to those over to him, From the character lIning room and cabins are screan- l

hc inpported him, declaring that of the hand-wrtting and the wordIng ,Jacksonville! Juno 10-Typlcal ell and the cabins and main buildIngs -

P held' no malice or 111 will forItrrsf of the letter the anonymous Florida at Its host' In seen !In Camp are open on all sides with

i who opposed him, and writer is apparently a man of av [romokalee on the shore of LakeBrooklyn wide naves for protection from the ETHYL.

|>Ifla tl his help, both In his pres- erage education II near KeyHtone Heights weather, The nine cabins accommodate CROWN wa
life in Jacksonville boys and a ;
II'' <.me and In private about, folly-eight; miles from with ease

III ruture development of the Leesburg-With uplments of to which many local boys leader each. 4 f
from the Leesburg weeks' stay Hoard or Health has t
iar watermelons will journey tor a two The State
averaging over "200 car d announced yesterclay the drinking water HUD,- ,
It was
district July 2, approved ,
',>IK" City- -Arthur L. Douglass 'daily for the last halt of the week \ by Penner L:, King, boys work ply and nanltary! conditions of the \ l I r,

are of age who lived In Un a total of nearly 1,100 cars had. secretary of the local y, M. C. A. camp and a swimming pier, (living e )

"" n ,aunty between Lulu am been moved In the six days period who will Rive his personal direction board slide diving float and i a li

"clenc'e.) died last Saturda: ending Saturday night!: bringing \ to the camp again this sum fleet of rowboats and canoes help; '1 '
in the this season's output Immokalee a place '
ran! n pistol bullet wound the aggregate of to make Camp ,
fid tielleved to have been self that has gone to market up I to: I mm"i he camp's activities will be dl- of real joy and recreation, official !

'I1ftl 'iiu He was found !in aintnmoMle the figure of approximately 1,251 vlUeil Into four periods: of two declare. The two new thlrty-foo 1'' ''{
his: from other sec stated The( which were a Brae<
In the woods near cars Shipments weeks each: It was war canoes ll

,onu The act was commute. tlona of Florida have been sllghtl:\ ; \ Hint period beginning July 2 1 115 pleasure last season are nov +

fll 8caliber plato), Decease more than 800 cars giving a total expected to see between sixty and housed, In their new shed o nth

a wife and two children movement for the state to date eighty boys attend the camp. Mr lake shore making them mud

n++ u* father and mother Mr of about 2,050 cars. Up to this' I I K ne said and the three follow more convenient to use. One new t ;

Th about 3,200 car should also have the foot canoe has been added r rte
n< Mrs H. M. Douglass. time last year nrf; perlodn eighteen

m III was held at the Douglass had! moved about 1.800 from th I I same number. to the fleet. A. new councl i
Sunday, and 1.400 from covers forty; I for use on rain; N
district property wigwam
-m r)> in Union county Leesburg The camp ring the ry
of the Florida In 1927' well drained land IE and volley ball court l /
f 1 \ Wlluon was In charge other parts of acres of high, nights, tennis

in rat) arrangements here. however, the Leesburg district the midst of a forest. Here the and a new handcraft shed all hav<

e production practically all had been boys ran live again something ol their place In the life of the camp I t iy

'* xsonvllle His automobile marketed by June 10 on whicl the unfettered life of the pioneer, It waa added ? ,

ecru' 'd to start when George date the government news servlci Mr! King declared. The land 1 It QunllfleaFiGrR! will I i 'h I r 1
removed from this place that mosquitoes are with Mr. King '
Ir.iip gg:./ railroad welder, wanted ofllce was so situated almost Associated II
he walk Valdosta. rare and pleasant breezes are be a staff oC men well qualified '
u -- been found. of boys, 1 It
--- roiiiHant. It has the activities KNOCKS OUT
lit* direct IT ,
<> utt his home and took his assoclation to: ,
growers' of
[ W'lldwood-Melon /f Lake Itf* (lon announced. W. E. Dones I
*un a revolver according to poB't formed here C nlr < was medical THAT KNOCK"
'[ who investigated his death, recently Lake Brooklyn la l In the center the Vanderbilt /
to safeguard -
Tri, up worked over machine at Dora-Ground broken of a region of more than twenty school will be on hand and r,
Mount the boys
', -ireaktast until he grew imansnt construction of 40,000 pro clear and pure lakes. A clean the health town :,

relatives said and then for plant for Lake Dora Pack white sand beach extends entirely! the doctor in a neighboring<

r1" \" himself They could assign cooling CompanyQuincyFive around lla\ twelve miles of shore Is consulted whenever Christian necessary.character OILCOMPANV

Pic that reason: for him taking ing made. and native timber reaches to the A young man of each cabin STANDARD
contract In charge< of
1'' wn life. Police accepted the -year beach almost entirely around the Is and
commission with West of mile of beach of Reran or eight boys j, ,
a group
r. quarter
>In city lake. A
furnish] of last rear IN
to leaders : INCORPORATED
Company The sterol popular
Florida Power fronts! on the muip property. It wan, t
of Intern- energy here. of the lake bottom is very' will be back this season,
-A petition electric slope
and other Tr ....
C. A. Ifoyt lattaiulliuprrtton
I validation and the lake water itated. youpav5iA''prfaUtnFloritlai> ,
t.o seeking to prevent WoVk progressing 01 ,
.r[ U8.000 worth ot city of San Mulberry- through Chi,I been tested and found! pure enough/ members ot the camp and their E9.. ry tlnvtyua
highway visit
'"o refunding bonds, was filed ti new county Polk and to drink Ir was pointed out. The make frequent
?Ir, uit court here by;\ E. H. Ash cora: which will at southwest corner winding shores and many bays keen Interest and helpful Ideas of area the r ,,

raft, receiver tor the defunct Manatee counties .1 and TO .. make boating a pleasure real factor In the Ufa

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I dcllrloiiH), refreshments and the ocraslon '- design: An lee i : pall nf roma gl.i:! '.'
91i; I / walt thoroughly enjoyed by was t'on as first prize by Mrs ".
tt 1 1'u all present.Thonu I M Johns, wh'le a strawberry HC +;

i I c.J.8-t enjoying the hospitalIyof also of roar glass wn given MmI '

Mr. and Mrs. Hayes besides the I I Harold C, Wall as holder of 'Wl' .

,, w..A 's.ar'1 el I honoree were Misses Llllle and j end. Tile guests prizes wore nov -P' ,...
,. i' ] Dollle M<'Kae, Wilma Edwards, city bracelets .

I Christine Kahr, Pearl and Dora During the games lemonade wuii '

I Manning Gwendolyn Launt, Pearl i served the guests and after tht I

h I Urlifls. Myrtle and Callla Strick | awarding of prizes a yellow uuc ;.v.

Phone 29 Andrew ,. .:. ..,a... ,
i I land Cortex Louise I white ice course was served b) wa ,h.

iii i : I I1aYIII. Mr and Mrs. Herbert Hart, Misses\ Mary Canova Hazel Ml:

Johnnie and Charllo Ta'ruelln, dleton, Harrfet III ten and Ell-

Y.' I' f oic.. Pic.Nir Members! nf the dub Include, Aubrey Penney and M. Tovar. Jones. Shasta daisies were used on>

__ AIIHHPS Elizabeth Kondrlok, iracv a -- Plates an favors

+ 'liif Ruby (DovlH !Memorial, Ch i>- Wood Mary torruella. Pearl Man- :DIR .l.M :SIH-4. !hTl'MI: I1.N.': Those enjoying the hospital! .?" :kw.

toi of the Children of the Confcdei.ny ,I- nine, Until On put. Gussle Mae Hen- TIUT.\I.V: HUt vinoii: of these hostesses were: Mesdamc-i.

1 1 gave a pknlc at the Weeks 1"11.i Inez' Abernathy and Mes O. L. Haynes, S. L. Peek O L.

landing at Klngsley Lake Tuesday dames J. l.an1be Herbert Hart an d The Stump home on Walnut Ben ley. C. C. Hoppe G. M. Inman
afternoon W. n. Mundy. street was the scene of a very enjoyable -
s D: 1. Ames, AV. P. Randall D AMontleth.
Cars left the Clubhouse at the -- o.cuHioii last Thursday
ri Y
D. ..
AA'ulnwrlght } ,
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( + appointed hour with about forty evening when they entertainedtheir AM.
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; M. AValnwrlght J. L. Frnzee" T.
,//f including members and 1'.Ili'fYbflxa card club in honor of Miss

friends guests Jeunette Durden Tampa, who lathe I J. Alderman, 'J. C. Hoover C. A ri .a a.,. .., ..
1g ) Futch. O M. a
Sistrunk H. C Wall,
Slnali Moore entertained I ,
I a
After a short business session a guest of her sinter Dire O L. q ? s r
r y v It A. Weeks, C. I;'. Hoover J. AA' b T
+ delightful swim and picnic luncheon number of friend Friday eveningat ; lieuitley for several weeks.
; } was enjoyed.KTiUT.US} Strickland's pier Klngsley lake,''I Baskets of roses and shasta daisies I Andrews Jr., F. F. Stump E.: L

1 ;, with a farewell party In honor oi: lent their beauty to the lower Biggs A. Z. Adklni Towle Gage.

'1 : : hr.M\V: her sister, Miss Ethel Moore, who II floor of this lovely home where C. W, Chalker W II. Hale.[ U. S. I } : 1'i.u

t SCHOOL; CLASS "| left Sunday, for TullHliasneo wherei I tables were arranged for bridge (Curlton E. M. Johns. J. E. Corp- Ii i

p' i she expects to take a specialteachers' Jouulan almonds being served ont eninff, J S. Butler AV. E. Butler i

I t Miss Carrie ITjjlow entertained course and In honor o the tables throughout the games If, H Young J. A. Saul, C. A.

t r her Sunday HI'hool class of the Misti Luiiru Newell A handsome card table cover was Knight A. S. Crews, It. J. Davis.

,' Presbyterian church last Thursday After many had enjoyed} refreshing prtKentetiIrs.! O L Deasley as flan B. Flynn, C. II. Marks, 1[. C,

g ,1 afternoon at vVllllam'H landing at swim In Klngsley lake the holder of high and Mr. O. M. In- Hitch and L.o Smith, Misses "

t y r Klnjrsley: Lake, The young; people host CMS, assisted by her aunt Mrs man received a belt set as high Jeanette Durden, Margaret Long I >ea.vf. ... ...... ... rw .. ....... 9a m.... .dF'. r'ecou,... ........_. ..
1: i II enjoyed swimming and boating i'I i Klrnbal' served her guests with a prize for men. !Mrs. J. AV. Andrews Ethel. Grlffln Sarah Malpus, Florence __ -

( '. r< '?, during the afternoon anj a must delicious salad course dainty Jr., was consoled with. set of tal- Matthews, Frances Durby. I ;(?"'e- .<.I.1ra .I#

1 1, i K enjoyable luncheon was served late sandwiches! and fruit pUD h. ly cards while J. W. Andrews, Jr., Madge Middleton and Viola y-. --1 '

', 'in! the afternoon the party returnIng Those enjoying Miss Moore's delightful received a whist deck as low Young i i6ED

r a ; to town about seven o'clock hospitality were: Misses prizes. The honor guest Miss I -.--- i ,y1 .J i 1

I'' that .evening. Heat rice: Dullen, Myrtle and Emma Durden was presented with a love 1 ".

p tl Strickland Pat Lamb, Ethel ly gift.A I LOCAL [ o e
"."+a 1t d n. }'. 1'. V. P1CMO Moore, Edna Ilutto Laura Newell chicken salad course with *. ICrrtalfu 9 .n1 'fr
I Ji Jil y;
41 y AT KINGHLKY: Amy Moore and Daisy Moore of Iced tea was served. Those present t

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q '% were: -.... J JI
1 t I t f o The Senior-Intermediate B Y. Wiggins Joe Lambe, Broward and Mr. and !Mrs O. t,. Beasley, Mr.

'' P. U., of the First Baptist church Clayton Strickland. David and !and !Mrs. N. Sterubeig, Mr. and l Enjoy golden hours of restful i iiefreshlng -I -- ,

c y '' had a very enjoyable outing Wed Howard Moore, Ford and Harvey Mrs. S. L. Peek Mr. and !Mrs UM sleep. Each summer rkrg
( ( ,mti nesday afternoon at Strickland's Inman, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. An- night may be calmpeaceful undisturbed .?l.",
,t 1 I,. !Y. H. CH'H GlltLH TO llOMt =
x, landing at Klngsley lake have I
t + 'u (drews Jr., Dr. and Mrs. E. L very-one may I,
i Iti Cars left the church tt three- J'fCMO )FLY-TOX.
niggs Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns them. Just by using =

,,thirty p. m. with ways provided for Mrs. Hale, of Cedar Key; MIsse Spraying the sleeping rooms. KillIng llmu aldo
'' L. S. S. club will r
Girls} the
of d
The afternoon
all to attend was
( Mabel Weller and Jeanette Dur the mosquitoes. Everyone wr.rr
; utl spent In bathing and boating, and leave by motor Tuesday morningfor i den, Mrs. C C. Hoppe and Joe knows mosquitoes are disease car- m DED q

; : + late In the afternooQ ft regular Klngnley lake to spend the Truby. riers. They must be killed. Health Ir.'t .
1 r picnic luncheon was enjoyed next week at the Tlpton cottage e
,?, g' + authorities advocate FLY-TCX. It
qr A house at the lake Is an I/fa.l(111Tb'l1L ) 1 1t 1y
party wl
This lit n/ beginning of entertainments l : Is the scientific Insecticide developed -
: planned by the B. Y. P. U., annual event In the social/ life, of I..\yo PARTY at Mellon Institute of Indus'
the club and Is eagerly anticipated' t 'TFL.OORI>LAt) JECt)11GP
tor the summer months which the trial Research by Rex Fellowship z -- lIXiR pM

,' + young folks are looking forward by Its members. Little Miss Clara Flume enter Simple Instructions on each bottle +w+lr# ,1>- "r

s to with pleasure, as they ore always Mrs, )Jiaflack OrcIJer will cli ap tnlned number of friends Saturday (blue label) for killing ALL .&
( .\ HOME WE DREAM OF with its neigh bors. The small kitchen
,1 t enjoyed in every particular. eronthe following girls;; afternoon, from 3:30: to 5:30: household insects INSIST on FLY larger and trij

About fifty enjoyed this outing. Minn Lutla Mason\ Miss Frances at the home of her parents, !Mr TOX It is Burn, stainless, fragrant The house shown here Is the fast room are much 'n iemt
.. Whldden, Miss! Martha AVhld (By R. C. Hunter & Bro. Archs.,
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and !bits\ Fred Flume, the occasion sure- Adv, type which closely approaches the likewise the attached garagi
'p t' '+1 MISS! nKNNKTT: IINTKIU:: ; den Miss Marjorie Fowler, Miss New York.) .
being her seventh birthday. Con mark. The accommodationsar the second floor .
TAINS CLU1ITha Kitty Klncald Rllsn Woodlne Hen- I This little home should make a plan are IK* r

y 11; ''t drlx, Miss Elizabeth Shands, Mlxs tests and games were enjoyed by There will bo a meeting of turpentine strong appeal to new homemakers ? far better than those found in bedrooms and a bath a

.S + newly o-organized 13. T. C, 1 Dorothy Tucker, Miss May IS. the little folks Refreshments of operators at the court- The average newly married couple the small apartment to say noth The exterior wall i 'ut: (
Ire house at 2:00 m. on
and cake p.
a Club was entertained at the home Morse tliuyoa I Miss Gene Glass and cream were served June 20. It !is expected that the starts homemakIng in an apart ing of the pride one feels In own- and tile) roof Is ill' tr:
r by the little hostess' mother
( s H. Miss ]';lhmbt'lIMcKlnstry.( .- assisted ment and some in surprisingly ing this of !
: : of Mr. and Mrs. G Bennett by Misses Daisy Tompkins members of the Central Florl aTUI'lt'ntlne type home should compare piers support the, h' > |
i Gainesville Sun small apartments. The reason for .
Friday afternoon with! their : Producers Association I favorably with apartment driveway gates. I i tj
1 and I Kstelle Kendrlck.
daughter Mls G untile Mae lien- this in most cases is undoubtedly rentals. the entrance don |
; the Suwaunee River Turpentine i- t
The birthday cake was placed,
# ,, net as hostess ]'iMiur.\iNs: :: Producers Association as well asopf'rator on account of lack of sufficient The plan arrangements is some- A lot with a n\ "
In the center of tho dining table.on .
+ b :;iprlug flowers were used as S\\IMMIMS !PARTY from the vlclplty of Pa- capital to oulld or buy their own what of a departure from the feet would be 'in in
which stood seven pink candles
b t 1 decorations and t the young ladles atku and the association at AVay- home. Then again there are altogether usual small house layout. A living house.
Ferns and spring flowers were
It afternoon Mr. and Mrs. K.: W. Hayes entertained too few small and attractive room of good dimension
spent a very enjoyable lined as decorations and the little cross, Ga., wllj\ be present Mr. serves Complete working > I
i Hewing and chatting. D1r e. Herbert lust Thursday evening atKlngsley hostess received blo'autlfulIlrest'nts A. L. Johnson of Hawthorn, states houses to meet this -demand. a three fold purpose, as a general specifications of this hi( um. mil
{.. / + 1N Fart was elected president and lake ut their landing with that business meeting will beheld First of all the house must look living room, dining room and bed obtained for a nomlrm imlr! |
I { 1 from her friends. a
I Miss Grace Wood secretary and u swimming party In complimentto Those present were: Katie Fu- followed] by a trip to the the part, It must have something room by means of a swinging folding the building eJIt n! tear
',' a reporter of the club. Miss"' Mury Torruulla who left about it which brings it up to par bed. House II-A-141
I' press Rate, Martlle Hemingway, Betty Klngsley Lake tract of the Forest
't Miss Itennett served her guests Sunday for New York City. Lee ]{ruse, Mary Harriet Tilshop Experiment': Station[ where the via -

4 dellclous, < refreshment! of sandwiches After a delightful swim In the M. Mora will be shown new and Im-
a with Alma Murrhee Nancy Stevens, Ject "Oneness of the Christian Religion
olives and iced tea. lak" the. guests were
methods of working the
C. Thomas Jr., Vernon Silcox, proved ."
R 'a ;;;;
+ trees of naval 'iiiiiiimitfliniiiiiiiiiiiiKitiimBiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiii iiiiHiiiiiiNiiiminiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiniuiiuiiiri'iiiiiiiii IIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIII"
the production
!Mildred Thlgpen Gloria Johns
,j t 4' ? Sunday school at 10 a. m.
1 v Doris Sllcox Tommy Hitch, I:dna stores. Church night Wednesday at 8 HAROLD C WALLINSURANCE

Watch our weekly specials I I'eurce Rivers ]Hundley[ Lillian o'clock. Choir preparing special
Stump, Frances Overstreet, IlsularTompklns There will be election of officers music.
4'+ ; r ;ti I Are You liothcred With Mosquitoes I Edwin Williams Elaine of the Exchange Club at the meeting Cordial invitation to everybodyto

g Edwards; Margaret Ann l\Ialpas, to be held Monday, June 18, attend these services.

TRY NETS I Elbert I Edwards at that time the president, vice-
ail j, ., OUR MOSQUITO Junior Thomas, B. T. Watson, STARKE, FLORIDA
1 Edward Jordan Mai l'lallVlIllams.. president and secretarytreasurerwill
Supply Pastor.
,,3, ';,v Special for this week $.3.75 Mary Wiggins, Margaret Pearce be selected for the six months .-- Represents the Itest Leading Insurance Companies

" ti+ I n 1 Clarice Oil], Dorothy Mott, Mary period beginning July 1. At the :vo'rrcw FIRE, AC IDENT, LIFE, AUTOMOBILE, BOND. UABIUTT! |

i Complete with frame and ready to hang, and Alice FiiKate )Kll/nlieth: Mills, list meeting of the club it was

George Silt ox, Helen[ Mny and voted to have ladies night on June The board of county coinmlBslon- ADJUSTMENTS RLIDH PROMPTLY:
+k I none charged at this price urn of Uiadfortl county Florida, will
/ Marian Grey Dowling. 26. meet at the courthouse. In the clei'k'oltice ;tillniii iiiiiiriiititmiiiiiiiiiiir""' |. iiiilliiiliiil iiitiiiiiiiiii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiimniiiiiiiiii_| _- !!. _,. !!! !iiiim"'jlillliiiiniiii]!|! .!!!''n'i- i 1.
.r :bits Mell C. Leonard superintendent on Monday, July :2!, 1U28, as a
board. of equalizers, for the !puipoae
,, ,, HART FURNITURE CO.ACHANNELBUOY IIU'TIST W. :31 I. H.MLUTINGS of the Baptist Home for of homing complaints! and receiving --
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the value
: Children, spoke to the Exchange i teHtliiiony art to of .nyprop..rty.
real and
personal, or mixed
1 1 I Club last Monday and urged the as fixed by the county tax ussenHur Coldwell Lawn Mowers{ ______ $12..jO
Circle No. One meet Monday residents of Starke to support this for the year 19JS agalnat the 33
------ owners or agents of such property. Rain King Sprinklers _______ $
afternoon nt the home of Mrs. .
: worthy cause. The home has been I.OU1S II. HILL

; ,a Oeo. C, White, with the leader, moved for the summer to Keystone 0. W. ALDEIIMAN Chairman, of Bu..rd. 10 irr. Oscillating Electric Fans 9.00
Mrs. J. M. Brownlee in charge. Heights, where the children are Clerk and Auditor. 6-15-3t-6-29 Large wheel Garden Hand Plow Ja0

After the devotional and business being cared for In the old Brooklyn S31aFenole
meeting quite a bit of sewing was Hotel. XOT1CKDr. Hat and Cold Water Jugs __ u ,$2.50 to

= done during the afternoon andplans The observation of Flay Day on / and Sprayers at Reduced Price
J. II. Carradlne will be ab-
were made for the AV. M. U. June 14 was also the subject of
sent from his office in for
rally which will be held here dIscussion at the last meeting of Lawtey
1 tha next two or three weeks, and Starke Hardware and
; June 16th. Late In the afternoon the Exchange Club.Church .
those wishing to him asked
Mrs. White served her guests with see are
r ..I to please bear tills In mlud. This
i light refreshment. '. 6 d 0 4D Furniture Co.
June 8th.
What would modern navigation do withoutthe Circle No. Two with Mrs. Raymond
7 k as leader met at the homeof ? Dr. J. ]H. Carradlne. 4'_'_ ...,_ _,_ _._._ _.__ _._ .___.

;, ? Gr4 j + channel buoys-those floating markers Mrs. J. F. Klckllter, Jr.. Monday r Services i With-the-eradication. of cattle

t with Mrs. Klckllter and Mrs. .
ticks almost complete in West
that off the shoals? In a real J. \'I. Edwards as hostesses for the I
; keep ships very .tl' Aq'O Florida, the farmers are beginningto
afternoon. !Miss !Maud Mitchell presided
t take an Interest !in bringing in
this bank is a channel buoy here for [ in the devotional and business l \PTIST
; sense ,
i purebred beef type, bulls, said A.
meeting In the absence of the
i P. Spencer, vlflce director of agricultural
l 4t ,> your protection-for the safeguarding of your leader, and this circle also com (Her. G, P. Raymond, pastor.) extension who has Just

pleted plans for the AV. M. U. ral Sunday school at 10 a. m. J. F.

it } ..1; capital. The small investor all to frequently ly. The hostesses served delicious Clckllter, supt. Number on roll, returned Florida. from a trip though West '

refreshments of frozen fruit salad 120; present last Sunday, 105 .

has his financial ship run aground on the with mayonnaise dressing topped Let us all try to keep up a good I Unlimited-resources.--from.,. the

with cherries, ealtlnes and iced attendance all summer. '

'' shoals of unwise investments. tea. Worship at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. I. high, tension transmission lines of '
the. West Florida. Power
Circle No. Three with Mrs. Ep Last Sunday evening Misses Company CarloadofVVFUPPETS

1, ', We invite you to make use of this bank when person in charge met at the homeof 'helma, Melba, Alice and Fanny'' became available. The signing ofa.
contract between City Commis
Mrs. Elizabeth Johns Monday Sllcox were baptized into church
r in doubt as to what course to pursue-to seek afternoon. After the regular membership. sioners and official' of the power I

I routine of business was attendedto company marks a great stride forward :
Mid! week service Wednesday at tIn

1 ,; ,,; our competent advice before parting with your plans were also completed to 8 I p. m. In the progress of Quincy I t tI

J I ;, help entertain at the AV. b[. U. ral B. Y. P. U. Senior and Junior, I
'' I ,' hard-earned dollars. ly. This circle Is doing quite a Sunday night at 7:15. tf
,: Our schedule changes 12.01 a.
bit of work and is very active. Mrs. -- f This Week
'' m. Sunday, April 15th. 1938, and
; ; r J> ; No m.atter} whether you're a depositor or notwe'll Johns served her guests with light :MKTHOniSJFKnoch trains will run as follows:
.__,.;.1 refreshments.
1I 1I I
.. No. 1, southbound local due
welcome you. ( : Marvin Rooks, Pastor.) ,
)KNTKUT.mS: : HONOIUNOVISITOHS Starke 11.18 p. m.
Sunday school at the usual hour
,' I No. 11 southbound local due
'A Sunday morning with L. A. Davis
SStarke 10:63
: a. m.

Complimenting Mrs. AV. H. Hale Sitpt. No. southbound limited, due I ,
Rev. T. D. will have
+ BANK OF STARKE of Cedar Key and Mrs. C.; 'V. Chal- Starke, 1.20 p. m. I

x 4 V ker ,of Bethlehem, Pa., who are charge of the morning service and No. 2 Northbound local, due II Ii i
f there will be no evening worship. "
S visiting In Starke Mesdames De- Starke, 5.35 a..m. I
'' 1 ; A ROLL OF HONOR BANK AVltt, O. Jones Edward Burns, L. All? members urged to hear Rev.Cuppett'a No., 12 northbound local due. I i ., .,

v AVyman and Miss Mabel Weller sermon Starke 3:34: p., m. .. i ni m.A11. ,1'w .1ft\lIh\ I..II.. .n"IWNYIMiI' tam nuunilf'M I :' 1II".1 YP1---= "
The Leagues will meet Sunday .1I.'IIMG'V' rit
s.ifatih', A'Pr ,. entertained ,post graciously Friday No. 108 northbound limited, dueStarke I'' lil j I, 1. 1.1U P' UH .t "r '
afternoon hour.
at the regular
B. s. R. J. Davis, Cashier afternoon at the Woman's 5:44 p.m. ,'

,," 1 1. ",". "" Club, PRKSHYTERIANMorning Wannee Branch ,6:30. : :; ::9DIGLE); A VIS
rt The large auditorium was made No. 101 leaves Starke "a.

most attractive with baskets of service 11 o'clock.'

yellow sun flowers where twelve Theme. "Drawing Fower of the m.No.. 102 arrlres)! tarke. 2:10: p. x r.
,lable&l wre arranged for bridge: Christ." ID" .

,.} Sun flowers also marked the tally Evening worship S to 8tS: ..ab6io T. J. ORIFFIN. A* nt.

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Il'i, / ,.F l.-J: 102A nitAnronn COUNTY Tia.EanArii, ST.JUiE.'LORID., .t 1'.UW SRVF: p p '+; '
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""IWiwIwlWlwlwawWlawnMaXrNUw :Mr and Mrs.V. F Barefoot and '
|' I i\so ,daughters, of Sanderson "Ilent +
I' Sunday in Starke with relall lvcs. i GENT A WORD[

Bits OZLC4l II
Sherwin Williams P a I n-t i 8 I II
"Standard of the World." Ask any COLUMN SPECIALS
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painter which paint be likes hiss Friday Saturday
FOR RENT:; \Fuinlidipd up..rtmanl e A
It's a safe bet be will say SWI]
: NCVj all! modem > oiivcim-m ei nlnrgH '.
S' Jones Lumber & Supply Co. 1
cool private vouindn, :Mi1-'

Mrs.. -J. J. Hamrick, Walnut si. It1 t .
Itigdon spent Satin- -- .. ..
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Cnncerning Our People, Business and I day and Sunday In JacksonviU FOR HENT-lo'urnlshell cottageat '

Progress of the County and Town. with, her daughter Mrs. O. J. Penney Kingsley lake, week-ends 01"; : Chesterfield* or

I by Starke.the week. J. F. Kit II-lr.-tt'.1-kilter, CIGARETTES Camels 2 Packages for 25c I I 1 +? ,

..11 'IIINIIIIIIIINIXIAIIINIIANNXWeIh!,' I "'!!!! .!!!!!',lima'unmm\ nipi>>'INIIIIIIIINIII'NllalalaaNa" _""" L. R. Ray, of Emory Unlversit] -- --- ----_ ------ -._--
Atlanta Ga., was a guest Thun FOR SALE-My buttling resort' at'' y.
I' \ 1 m'lt JU:l'onT daughter, Gloria, spent Saturday day of his aunts, Misses Atueli Klngsloy Laku coiituinlnir aboir 1
In Jacksonville. and Olive Ray. 65 acres\ Price reasonable nnll'' Karo Syrup BROOMS COFFEE J rt

i for week ending host ot terms.. My reason for
Id x Southern Fores) Brooker Mr. and Mrs Lewis Shriver ol Mrs. J. B. Sapp and daughter, welling not able to comply will litiie Label No 10 pail Light Weight ,JOe Jla.\'ll'cllllmise I '

1'' ,station, Stark l lm were visitors to Starke Dorp\ thy, spent. the latter part of hotel commission A. S. Strick r' ,
Friday I Pound Can ISc
} last week ;
In Jacksonville will land 69c '
Mln. Precip I relatives.Col. Heavy Weight{{ 70cSireak 3 round can 51.12VIIITEnAcON
\II, Col. E. M. Johns attended circuit FOR SALO100'Pound capacity,, __

,,;; 72 68 ..21-- court In Gainesville several: and airs I). )E.: Knight nni porcellan lined refrigerator." \ A- \ g gPer: Pound it*
days of this 1 17c
; 60 -- week.J. son, Paul, and Mrs. Alice It Thorn 1 condition; run tin seen at Mrs, Streak .
60 -- as, spent Sunday at Jacksouvlll Anna G. Murrhee, Starke. Fla '
A II Lawrence of Keystone Beach 6.2t'OH !\ *
66 Trace
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le Heights, was a prominent visitor ,
66 .112. SALE Studebaker 4-door :
1 66 Ms. O. J. Grltlln and daughter,
.J -- sedan, A-l condition Party !
l Miss Ethel and Mrs. J. F. Kick
72 -- Mr. and Mrs: O.: J.: leaving Florida reason: for sell .Maxwell
I of '
liter, Jr., last I Ii
spent Thursday
Lake Butler, were visitors to Jacksonville.Mr. Ing. Priced right for quick sale. I 2 oz. Can 12c F raIlCO-"t.T.l c rand I I t,

-L! rsu -lalll------T----- .83 Starke last Friday. i, Mrs. Grace Murrhee, Starke 6-18-21_ I 1-.l lb. can 21c 2 Cans f for 24c 2 f for 9c
II b Knight spent TuesppnK and Mrs. Jus. Lnmbe and Packages
Hal Y. Mines of Lake Butler, I 1-2 Ib. can tfie J
(, in Jacksonville. I son Joe, and daughters. Patricia a student at the Teacher's normal l i
was a business visitor to Starke and Dorothy> spent Sunday at St which Is being hold at the Wom -.---- s. ,

H. Hill of Lawtey,, Tuesday afternoon. Augustine Beach.Headquarters an's College. KOSKDALEHKANI ,

,V18)LMUIB,',,' to Starke Saturday. Mrs. L. K.: Jordan and son, of Company, 2nd bat Misses Rebu Maxwell and Jessie PEACHES ) No.1 1 l' Can21or; 29! : I'

,\d., ximmo of Hampton Oveldo, are the guests of her sister Ulion, Starke, left early Sunda; Williams ot Hampton and Leola I +' '
bopping in Starke Saturday, Mrs. T. J. Griffin. for two weeks training period at Fogg of Graham, were among BUTTER PURE HONEY MASON JARS 'JII

Camp Johnston.Mr. those taking the touchers' examination -! r1
\v Stewart, of Lakeland,, Rev. 12.: M. Rooks Is spendingthis here lust week. w.

guest E of,) Mrs. J. F. Colley. week in Tampa attending the and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jon sand llrookficld Creamery Pound Squares Quart tt, Per doz. $1.C'( : -
Methodist Conference daughter, Miss Elise qnd Miss Mra L. Torruella and daughter

riiede of Lawtey was a Fannie Darby spent Monday I In Mary and sons John and Charlie

It tt v' sltor to Starke Friday,. daughters!Mrs. W., Madge E. and Illddleton Hazel spent and Jacksonville.Mr. and York M.where Tovar they left Sunday will make for thenfuture New Per pound 53c Per square 30c Pints, Per doz.{ -!!!! y .r9'' ..t ','3p

.I Gainesville, was a Tuesday in Jacksonville. and Mrs. Tills Wilson anj home. --- -- -- l
visitor to Starke Friday.w three sons of Green Cove Springs, SUGAR 10 Pounds 68c
s Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch and were visiting relatives In Stork' Mrs. W. II. Hale and daughter,, ; t '
sons, Merrill and Mack, spent last --- -
B Parks Is enjoying a Sunday. Miss Janet of Cedar Key are en -- '
| relatives, In Waycross,, Thursday In Jacksonville.Mrs. joying a visit at KliiKsley Lake the '
wail We 1{ always have the
Mr. and Mrs. Tl. L. Eppersoi guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward: PICKLES G Juice

M. E. 'Edwards of Lawtey,, and children ot Jacksonville, wer Burns. line of rape
is spending the week at the home Sunday,/ guests of ShMlff and '111'1I.W. most complete
Prevatt of Lawtey,,, I'
R M of Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklna. J. J:pper90D. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Meade and JVelc".s '
hopping In Starke Wedaes- Fresh FrrUl fallfl Vegetables I r
chlljren who have had apartments Bread and huller
'Mrs. Bltlch and children of the Mr. and Mrs. Mills an>:i littl at the home of Mr. und Mrs. J. H ;
in town. See Ilotlle lIe
State Farm, were shopping In daughter of Jacksonville, wer Sapp are now occupying the A.O ,. 2 oz. l

'es Addle and Rosa Balstfen Starke Tuesday afterno'on.Mr. week-end" guests 'of TWr. and Mrs Wall Bungalow near town {{ today before Pt. Bottle ,'JOe lIt
shopping in Jacksonville Fred F. Flume.
Per Jar 25c Il
I l1' and Mrs. J. J, Morgan and Mrs. Charles Stearns and son, bulling. Qut. liottlc ,57c 1 t >.,
son, Clarence, of Drooker, were G. B. (Jolaon: E. M. Hazen,'i*., Charles, Jr., of Frultlund Park --- .. ----
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to )I Griffin has been spend- visitors to Starke Wednesday.Mrs. B. Siirrency and son, Mallle, of who have been enjoying a visit
few days with relatives 1nvrti Broker were trunsactlug business here with Wesley Stearns! have ? 1 I

N. G. Hayes, Jr., of Brook- In Starke MondayLevy returned to their home. '

er, spent last week In Starke wlh
-- -
I Mrs, U. D. Johns of Mesdames E. W. and C. B. Hayes. and Allen Cnnova of Jack Mrs. O. L. llousley and two sisters i I IAM11'

11 I, were visitors to Starke Bonvllle were week-end guests of Mrs.! C. C. Hoppe and Mist II

''e C. Ca. Durdcn of Tampa, spent: I II
Mrs Emma Richard of Palatkn, their mother Mrs Eunice Jeanette
--yo- I li spending the week In !Starke vlsItlns nova. last Thursday the guest of relatives :I
of Graham,,
Minna: : relatives and friends.Mr. in Gainesville.
!1 i "UK In Starke Tuesday I
Gary Ennls: of St. Atigustln I N' ,
and Mrs' riinrllo Mos of spent the week-end In Starke with! Mrs. J. E. Corponlng\ and little 'I-----.A

Hn tlng4! were guests... Tuesday' of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. daughter. LeEtta, !Mrs. E. S. Matthews -I' I''F'
W K Middelton spent sevpiy Mrs. J. 1 K.: f'orpenlng.) /: Miss Flor ,
Mr. and W. Morgan. and daughter - -
first of this ---- --
ence" spent) Wednesday In Jacksonville. ;
<,mvllle to attend his graduation the wcok i'nil, In Starke with MrsYelvlnltvu's sun of Mr and Mrs. H A. Smith ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Butler spent J. S. Howard prominent naval vltatlons
MedU-lne ol parents, Judge and Twi'iily.lirili/ street' and grandson
School of k
Wednesday In Ocala attending the stores operator of Dukes, was attending from the 1
sad Mrs. E. M. Johns and University which took Mrs Oeo. A. Gardiner Master of Avery Powell, of the Tlmes-f t
State Druggist's association. to business in Starke Sat Sheriff and Mrs Epperson! are Tulane
Wednesday morning, Junt Hilly renmlntfj over for a weeks Ion had his! right eye Merit y
Blanchanl place Illt'y' w4
urday. at
stay ,
enjoying a
vlnlt with his grnud-pnrenis. Injiut'd' !Monday afternoon )II;. a,
DR MONUMENTS Mrs. J. H. Bitch and Miss Mar cottage at Kingsley lake with Mr. 13th. ,
pliiynmte who shot Mm III the
garet Long spent Wednesday Judge and' Mrs. A. V. Long and and Mrs. G. A. Anderson of Law ---- i a, I'
In Jacksonville with friends.Mr. daughter" Annie of Gainesville, tey. Mr. R. It. Roberts, hotel inspector Mrs Marie O. Shelton: arrlve-J with u small gobble| from n Mnliot 11111(.. a+ q '
were visiting relatives In Stark says If all room I up Sunday' In ,/kHonvlllo on the S.: H. Physicians have hop "f 'lIl'" r ( 11 <<
keys} coping or any houses were kept as tho Humph. Cherokee and Is now enjoying u hilt the b'oy's; \ eye, but lu> will li.iconllncil l A ,
for cemeterySee and Mrs. L. A. Wynn and Sunday. Mr. Harmon Stromun, who hue rey House there would he no need visit wit Ii her parents, l Ur. and I In his 'bed for scvnratdays. I + a.
g your
daughters, of Hampton were vie several weeks here with his s
ands H. O. Brown and daughter, Mis rpent for an Inspector.' Hot and cold Mrs. "Edwin: Sushi liars and old -- fimes-Unluu, We i. ' designs ( Mr. and
our Starke Saturday.Col. and ulster r
(itors to brother-in-law roil
each" It Met. Slu-ltun l
Iris of Punta Gordu formerly of running water In room. frkmltt lu Stnrko 1 t1
Dowllug, left Sunday for
before buying. Mrs. S. S. I:
i and i Starke were visitors to Stark In Tallahassee. Is well known IlI'l'f and her visits| | Paul/ Knight; you ugosi son of t
Green his home
[deliver and erect our and Mrs. Floyd the during the weekend.Mr. !Mrs Helen ScllicI l who has been Ill',- always welcomed.An ('01. and! !Mrs.\ I D. M. i Kii'ght.' ( loft ; l-1' ++' '
of Lake Butler, spent
work.E children with relatives. I and |pending the past four weeks here ----.-----.-- today for Willi hro\\) College. Hock
week-end In Starke Mr. and Mrs. Olin W. White
and Mrs. J. A. Saul of Ihe as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Interesting photo of Joyce Hill, Month Carolina, "h.-I'! I h if Uenrollnd
M-C Store will leave Sunday on a children returned/ today from West Me\\'aln and Mr. and Mrs. George )Fein Strickland, seven months old .1 lu the !Muster's School: of
GAINESVILLE Tl. J. Glover and D. W. Iellyof two weeks vacation to be spent In' Palm Beach, where they were the. C. KriiHo left lust week for her r .luiiKlitrr of Mr.! und Mm.! L. W.Strickland MIIM| for dm I mini HUT nesHl.ui I lit!
husl- of Mrs.Vltlle's sister, Mrs.G.
the New River section were Georgia!! and the Carolinas. guests home In Luke Worth f of Wllclwood appeared l was joliii'd in JuckHonvlllc !Iy> ( ,

MEMORIAL CO. ness visitors to Starke Monday.Mr --- -- C. Bates. -------- In Sunday's issue of the Tlm"sU I'rof. und Mrs. Dorwey 'Vhltting't a

I Mr. and. Mrs. C. A. Futch a'nd Cnl. and Mrs A. S. Crews spent n Ion. The little miss IK a granddaughter ton and! will make the trip \v ill ll
Box 232Gainesville and Mrs. R. T Osteen of \son, Mack, Mrs. G. M. Slstrunl Mrs. James Godliold and son,, the week-end In Madison with of !Mr. and Mrs. J. C. them In their tar. !Mr. Whitting'i' '

Brooker spent Monday In Starke and Air. J. C. Hoover were In Ala James, Jr., und Mrs. Helen Shine,, relatives. They were accompaniedhome Manning of this city. ton In director of music In the

Fla. with Mr. and'Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. chua Monday afternoon.Mr. of Tampa, were week-end visitorsat by Mrs. Crews niece, Mrs,, Jacksonville College. of Music

the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. R. E. Cowart, who will BpeuJ:\ several Mr. and Mrs J. J. Rlgdon had where Paul has linen' Htudylng. i i t,

and Mrs. Wilbur Archer of Dowling, days with them. as their dinner guests Sunday, Mr.J. .

Tampa, spent Sunday In Stark of K.: Roberts and grandson, Howard Mrs. 1 with Mrs. Archer's parents, Mr Mesdames L. A. Weekly Anthony Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Yelvington 'Miner! Mrs. Hill KedlUh( of He, Mrs J.V.. Andrews, Jr., Mrs.A. .
ot '
I-, 1 it \ ePpji and Mrs. J. P. Robinson Ocala and last Geo Thursday Pasteur in Starke and son, Billy, of Hastings, spent Lawtey, Miss Helen Connaway of Z, Adklim and O. W. Robert I t cl
spent of Green of left by +, aY
rid E. Palatka, Mr. Ran Moody Lawtey, Sunday motor'l I
tti Pinholster, Lol i with Mrs. Weekly's ulster, Mrs. .
f- r Missies Lubedla IIIINYWIWINa11a1NXaa1wIWIIXINXIIIaIIIIIIAIIWIIAIIIINNIwWIW' ,' a Cove Springs, Elder and Mrs. JoeKelley for New Orleans, La., where they N +
Brown of Brooke W. Hayes I
lalney and and children of Ilrooker. will attend commencement exer-,
> are among those from out of town LAND Earl
Mrs clses of Tnlane University. t
attending the normal here. Mr. It. L. McDowelland Roberts brother of Mrs 1II11111R.I ,
children of Jacksonville, will Mr. and Mrs Harold A. Hchu- r ? l
SURVEYINGSubdividing blrger and small James, of !Mrs\ Andrews\ and Mr. Roberts being l
I tr Mrs. Phillips of Dunedin! who arrive Saturday for a visit with son -,
themedl,1l1 I
/ one of the graduates from
'I- and DeLand week-end guests of
Mr. were !
I has been enjoying a visit here with Mrs. McDowell's parents, r
/ has to Plan Mrs. John Uglow. Drainage Mrs. T. S. Hewke, of S. Walnut at.TheY' colego. Ut
C. L. Peek gone
Mrs. visit her +
I while In that vlty will
,enroute to Anderson, t
City for a visit with friends. Systems were Mr. and e
i brother-in-law and slater,
Messrs. Walter Underbill; of S. C., where they expect to spend ll
Underhill Accurate WorkH. their vacation. They were much Mrs. Leroy Roane.! They expect ;
Mrs. T. N. Llmbaugh and son, Frostproof, and Claude of
1 Thomas of Lakeland, are spending of Lakeland, spent Brut of the E. Lagergren pleased to meet their Stetson College to return home the latter part "il''
and friends In friend here, Rev. Chandler the week,
the week visiting relatives lr week with relatives t 1 (

/ Starke and at the State Farm. and near Starke.Mr. Starke, Fla.IAIIgIINglIAaplAAIaAMAaXNaIa11AIXIIINIX1aNaaIIX1. Stlth. WlldwoodMelon! growers' association ;flJj" ,.I,'

r ac. Mrs. Grace Murrhee and twc and Mrs. 11. IL 'Young and ''' ''''' / .'' ' '' Howard Smith. Jr., 7-year-old recently formed here. 1 t tSTARIE '

children, Mrs. Alice Langford eau daughter, Miss Viol. Young, of !, r -- J I .
Newn Walnwrlght were visitors to Chicago, spent the week-end In :""I'
'ROVIDE NOW FOR THE Gainesville Wednesday afternoon. South Florida visiting Tampa, St.
Petersburg and other points! of Interest. FOLKS BU J. E. Corpening p

''and M.s. G. Kirk Lewis and t .
FUTURE II Ii I I little Mr.Ron and Mrs. It. L. Lewis YODUNDERSTAr1DOP I t NEVER,\f fTO EDDING 61FT'1'l'XbCOUR5e
I'I i spent Sunday In Jacksonville visiting Mr. and Mrs. George A. Anderson THAT MV V1/F-4Y FAIL ) WR; A W '' '
-- 6ooDS
Mr. and Mrs. C. T>). Shank. i>f Lawtey are now occupying E RNEDS AANASO CERTAINLY Mermen ) ELECTRICAL J

Put aside a regular sum each week to I the Blanchard cottage at Kingsley $ DEARIE a THAT- i iI I
and her guest, They had as their guest secR&T-
financial I Mrs. J. H. Lord lake. ( t.
safeguard yourself against Mrs. J. B. Cook, of Toledo, Ohio, luring the past week-end Mr. I STOri r v
worry later on. Anyone who has were visiting friends In the UniversitY Dale 1L Vansickel of Gainesville. i( I f J 0 /

learned the lesson of Thrift may con + City last Wednesday. rfrs. Hutchinson and .i y I II
Mr. and
sider himself well educated Miss! Irma Gainey, daughter; of two 1.0ns.. William and Billy. Mils ; _. r '
A. L. Alvarez underwent an Bessie Whittemore and Miss Mar ==- -, ) -=--, '

We particularly ''welcome new ac Mrs.operation for appendicitis Monday raret Browning: of Plant City, are &&ri

counts-which may be started with I ml: Is recovering _rapldlr.MISS''jA'ndrews enjoying Uolllngsworth a two landing wee's) stay Kingsley at the l__ E'j .__ JJ j--

one dollar ;;; Miss Jewel Lake. .::

Wiggins and Reddish and Guy Andrews -

of New River were visitor Carlyle Bitch suffered severe That our policy of furnishing standard drugs, t

BRADFORD COUNTY BANK A Starke, Sunday afternoon; uta: and bruises on his arms when Corpening's Drug Store r

ae was thrown from a motorcycle carefully prepared Applies ,and, general horses t,, 'l I -T' 'J '4

rad ftrtf 5diJt$: it1l 1JiiJirthgh) ld t':Tor Mrs.Jacksonville Alice Tbom'a.'lef tor'Visit for Tuesday a few Fhursday near Green afternoon.Cove The Springs rear last tire needs has been the secret tit our success-its "The Service Store" t

< lays before'returning to her home lew out and caused the driver.o r

In Wilmington,.,Deleware. lose control. known all over town. So are our fair prices. Starke, Fla.

STARKE, FLORIDA Mfaa Ethel Moore left )Sunday Friend bare of Earl Hamb yHoberta. V

for Tallahassee where l1ae will be M. D., hare received In- .. .i y1 y1I y1h


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.". tj11\ -- JLROALS REQUIREMELONS "Relieve !?J
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I Farmers & Farming BE TREATED I II .-Will Rogers is against farm re- l promise you me-: 'll' "

kit't; .1 ; i ir fcf. In furtherance of his owi I[ for I Will hac ', ,, 'lit" 1""I)
vantages of the new way to Insuri' i :ampaign for the Presidency as i1.itkrvrllit LUIA1 I What.ver tliej prt'
:\fllk. y
\\Vbcr Oh"'H)11''II01IH\ for I t5I raise 'em I
; (/ticrlcullurnl, Kill tor) its being used. the candidate of the "Bunkless 1.r1).I at lo i r 11,
Infj Itnnlraiit 1"IIIt.( A SIIIIIloIlilfl advantage he declares himself unutter come just as ,rl:
Green Cove Spring arty, ,
-. -' ; i I RITi'ttlte: H'lIu'b'UalnAHvllle. are little known to the world4 bl> ably opposed to the great agrarian I \\1 Ip promise as thi-" > ng

t Farmers and Truckers Are Invited t to Contribute A i cause of lack of publicity. We need! rVmand now disturbing\ both the '. "No matter. '1
'Ia.-The tact that old parties. form on ]N.I;. "
_ ___ tides of Farm Experiences and Methods Found II I railroad are enforcing the regul- only to let the world know we arhere Who buf a farmer would ask will have a '1, 1
location t II
I To Be Best Suited to( Our Country I ii loll requiring that watermelons and of our unique through thtcity '-or 'Relief' from his troubles?" Platform. \\ i. .''
put a million! people kid ,. *!'J'
people t t'!
U l he treated to prevent stem-end Rogers asks, in discussing his'own I

.;.., i: ( _- _.. _---.._ _- _ k-cay makes growers it necessary to prepare for watermelon to- A every certain year.percent of those wh 'rill platform! not only in this give week's him 'Relief'Life. butI "I 1 1 I any drafting permam it ;;'i a'f n'

pass through a place must beat WILL CURE HIM. Anybody "11 '
precaution. The anyoneto
"1 CLUB GIRLS ACTIVE take thin simple tho traded to It, If It is made aUra else would want a 'Cure' so while offer on p11' 't
treated by pointing
; intilons are the attractiveness : ask fort '
live, and no one can deny he didn't know enough!; to rary tare."I
stems with Bordeaux paste. of Green Cove cure why I am the: fellow that is backed up 1 '"'

wI IMPROVING HOMES Stem-end decay Is one of the Springs. Then double the numbot "i' will give it to hi-n. I \vil! absolutely registered Mgnd .., 1

worst dlHenaen of watermelons in travelers and double tImepossibilities cure him of being .- :.lct i a tinder laying low to mi I : I

I -- Florida nccorJIng: to O. F. Weber, of new you citizens and fo I Rogers also makes :! i II'i p it form, till I sec what vided aha. ,
i associate plant pathologist of the BuiiUiUooffer! you at Kan to his plank! <,
will platform suggestions-
r p TallaliaHHt'e, Fla ot beautiful rural j\ Itl'ltAL: COMMON SENSE: I II Experiment Station. This disease on up the scale. I rain reservations. City and Houston. votes as !!V .
land we
be know
aoon a Hy Spuds Johnson I II does considerable damage In the Let the world declarations as to his get their offer and let me brine!: on \ m"
,; k I bomeB If the at Interest the state In girls'home club- I I field but the greatest! loss occurson our here attractions; tell the traveling and our resources public of; 11 he says: and I will do better. I can _\\c cdrnrd 'PIMr !h I "> '_

F i abort course, held here last week, RURAL ChURChES the way to market. Because with accessibility and unique .
and our
losses caused by the I Lawrence's sister, Mrs. Steph- and :Mi. i ,
: of the 400 of the great 1tl'8t
from the
I any 1 Indication Many location, we can not keep i signal master for ,
c., The well-planned brick school railroads require that me- I pent the W(" I : ,
attending disease "CItives. '
prize-winning club glrU Cove Springs! W. B. Alexander
: ;; short coiirBc brought In good building Is a common sight In most bus be treated before they are growing.--Green of Mr. Wm. Pierce entertained a .
th the guests
ot the rural sections of this state. Times. vere of guests at a beach party Mrs. ,1/ s i
loaded. ''nd
of home Improvementwork brother, Lynn
I reportM People from cities who are not loaded S er'l3 bathing daughter l.mi I ,, ,
may be apparently Keystone Heights I.
Watermelons r '
they had done, and one afternoon TOII.UVO .\:NIP COTTON Waldo last Sunday. I'
home Improvement play familiar with the progress of our soun.l, but when they arrive and Mrs. \ Saturday evening in honor lie McClellaii,, Ie
) a Rev.
; .. presented. county schools often express surprise at the northern markets they Tobacco growing In Bradford Miss Ada Nimmo and Mrs. John W Pierce Mr. and !\Jr. j i -'liPS
was when they see these buildings I to decay In the stem ind Worth, Texas, and also Miss Mr. and Mi i \\ \\0Jr|
Thin play entitled "Ousting the I have begun county is In Its Infancy but rapid hurch at Island Grove
Miss H >H leKdnardn In the country but those who travel end. Frequently one-fourth to one this I Lawrence of Keystone children sp* i i I" it
Il'g. wall written by strides are being made yearIn .
,; a school teacher of Miami over the state have become accustomed hair ot the melon is soft. !Melons the growing of this Importantcrop. lay.C.. A. Dirt and family A table was placed on land the gu< ,1 i M, II

'1 at the suggestion ot Mills! to thorn. that show any softness at the stem Ignoring the fact that the I Blrt's father W. P, I dock were refreshments of D. 'V. SappBelleview ..
iJ Not so with the rural church. end rejected by the buyers. weed and punch were serv- -
: ; Virginia P. Moore, asslHtant state are men who are growing the hue county last Sunday.L. >,,
The It has not kept pace with the Stem-end decay is caused by a I \ Oil(
agent. along ot
borne demonstration this are only beginners L. Beilenbaugh i .
year '
mhool. Of course there are many under cons'' i 'u i -,
first scene was laid In an Ill-kept fungus. Spores of this fungus are line of work and that the I visited his -- S --
t r neglected "boom" home. The synopsis Hmull towns In the state that can carried by wind or other means this was very unfavorable in ville lledenbaugh, tills week! ..................... Clewlston- S -
boast of fine churches, but those cut ]aj!'
melons lust'
of tho play any that "The to the stems ot getting the crop properly started Mrs. O. Haynes and KVERGIIEKX: to be establi. ''I l
little different :
III the -Ot
Devil and his Imp. UlHorder 1)1- country are very from the vines. The first signs the fields looks very promising/ and i :Mrs. J. T. Thomas, Mrs. F. A. Rosier Cor.) --- S

Dirt and I Divorce are delighted from those of a generationqr ot the disease is a drying and weather during the | with Mrs. Madison 'I l I I pOOlIng T
:t .mlle. fertile field two ago. I wonder why thin shrivelling of the stem. Since this with favorable good] Thursday .................... .
V to have such a remainder ot the season a laughter, Mrs. 11. M being en" I; MadL'
work of home conilltlon Is present? about one and one- 1,. H. '' _.
in w ii kIt to do their fungus; grows be expected. Mr. Lake Geneva. June 15.-Mr. and S.
I know that one of the surest Inches day, it is a goad! planto crop may \ ) ot Leesburg :\ \ ''"jlol;
1 wrecking. half a of Brooker has a field( I John Latta Wheeler Hoy Saunders and children
ways to get into trouble Is to Interfere four Inches talney ing and dlxn, ii h,1'i<'iu, u
"Just when the father nnd cut stems three or about eight acres that would be a but formerly of Hampton spent the week-enJ <
and with a man's religion. I that they may be cut city hall (led)I. n I j'
I mother are most discouraged long, so credit to an experienced grower. iting here this week.In Mrs. Sauuder's mother, Mrs.
; Divorce'Is appealing to them have no Intention ot doing that. again when the melons are loaded. in the S. -
when who be interested election that Forsyth.
ti One may the Palmetto t 11! i ""r. \
the older daughter comes In, filled However who live, In it seems the to me that ought folka to Treatment for the control of growing of this plant would\ do here,last Saturday for and Mrs. C. A. Prlngle and shipped to /Niinli; \, ii marfcj\
with enthusiasm over the new this disease consists in paintingthe avail himself of the opportunity school spent Sunday at New
about well to at electing this section e>I I II'' ''I" Ifl
home demonstration agent, who be willing to face the facts fresh cut surface ot the stem of seeing this field ot to- In the election of the : the guests of Mr. and !Mrs. -

visited her school that day. She our churches, and then see It there: with bluestone or Bordeaux paste. bacco ot Mr. Galney's. J. V. Jones, chairman Pringle. St. Petersbmi \!Are It

: : iiutUta that tar< mother go to the I Is anything we can do to make The paste can be bought ready for The cool and rainy spring has J. F. Brannen and J, and Cohen Peele, Lu- 000,000 will b>, Pend,
The mother them more useful. It does goodto I It be made by the foiling the cotton visi ,, ..
meeting that afternoon. use or may been very discouraging to school trustees for ano and Eugene Forsyth were during suinmoi rur recdoarlums. :
W the Home( take stock once In a while. directions, supplied by Dr. the stan' I Il Saturday
and daughter join growers. Generally Rev. F. M. Taylor to Starke afternoon. .
.. salaries to rural
The low paid
Demonstration Club. Weber: irregular, but the plants appointment at Lena Gaskins and children,
Is l very regular -
Y "The entire family gets a renewed preachers I, a subject that has Place three and one one-halt that did survive are growing rap- Creek Baptist church : visiting her grand-mother at
I ,
k' Interest In life, and the transformation been discussed In many national quarts of water in an enamelwarekettle Idly and developing. Squares has morning and evening. Ga.
at such magazines recently. With the add 8 ounces of bluestone -
of the home and
f observed on the plants the week
been Hester Sapp was
small that most of it with Flow
little cost, la almost unbelievable. congregations and bring to a boll. While than a week ago, and blooms will .0............... guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Say
i Is not
the churches have there
: "Instead of the daughters and this mixture Is boiling mix four There has beenno Kalford.
be the State Farm,
noon at Flowers For A A
T from the( home much chance to help this condi- of starch with a pint of of the Jl
$ Sons going away i ounces report ot the presence 5 Keystone Lowe ot Ocala spent
they have been ashamed of, they tion. It appears to me that we cold water. Stir the starch untila cotton boll weevil yet but a close S SlIMS linen OKd... ; night with C. A. Pringle. OccasionsGertrude
: : I t.ake'plallure In having the young will have to apply the same principle -I milky mixture Is obtained. As should be kept for the appearance ': and
watch ....... and Mrs.! Frank Brown
In their Improved to our churches that we have the bllle tone Is dissolvedand be foundIt .0..0.
ctt people visit: them noon as and should they were the guests of !Mrs.
1 already applied to our schoolsconnolldatlon. the mixture boiling add the the fight Heights GodbeyAnderson
: home. would be well to begin Keystone parents Mr. and Mrs. II. ;
t I starch, slowly stirring the mixture Information may Miss Gertrude Houser
: \:\I) l'AlI.lYl"rlNI ; This does not that I think against the pent. Maxvllle! Friday.
4 TWO TJlUlM. mean the time. Continue the from the Green
t all be had from time to time I turned from Dlanah nosier, Eddy, Ag-
:: t-'MIVVr.lt: SHOWGainesville all ot our denominations should and stirring until it thickens ten
boiling county agent on the after spending and Beadle Rosier, Mrs. Dan
be In have
one. many cases Into an even paste. outlook of the county. Guest of Mrs. Belle of Jackson- Wtlii
and children 39
Fla.--One t thoUsand churches ot the same denomination -, Phone
boiling ahold last only one Bird I
The I S Mr. Paul here
made In the Columbia with each other were guests of relatives
ntriea were competing or two minutes after the starch III HXTKNSION: :: pLYL.TIITM.S'E'4lN : at Emory University
County Flower Show, held at< for attendance. With good roads added. The paste should not be- ( ( TO lUlAI'I'OHDMr. Keystone Heights .

Lake City May 26, reports Mrs,, and automobiles we can go much come too thick or it will not be I the summer vacation I -- -

:, Lassie Black, home -Jemnostra- farther to church than folks could applied with a brush. The Mehrhof, extension Ella Bird. insec|
easily N. U. mother, Mrs. to kill
lion agent. 50 years ago. Distance Is a small pioper consistency is that of thick poultry man, from Gainesville will Miss Helen Lawrence : I It is easier now

j ; The show waa open for one du)' item In this fast-moving age. paint. be In Bradford county with the In Lake City high i Bee Brand Insect Pow '
$ from 3 till 10 p. 111.. bill At this time (there seems to be and iceepthetnsway. C! HKASI'tl.'
only. A paste made from commercial county agent on Tuesday J'une 29. short visit at her home or Liquid kill Flies,Ants,Roaches,Poultry
: more than 2,000 people visited It,,, less friction between the denominations try Bordeaux will do it It Is not Mr. Mehrhof will be here in the Interest Sunday, June 3, for ,Mosquitoes.Fleaa.BoJBuga,and otherhi- **",, ..

according to registration books,,, than ever before. Just a too t thick. The paste serves as a ot poultry growers and shall where she will act as .Won't spot or stain.Use powder on plants .p, Uti
Mrs. niaok. Several demon- few weeks ago one of our largest Write for JLE; insect Iwo Ia. if '5' 5'
I say disinfectant and kill the germinating 1)0 glad to render his assistance in the chemistry peM. vi "Jrlcesnstised
.(rations, were given during the I churches of the country took a If they are present. encounteredIn during the can't supply,we will ship by parcel post at
spores solving the problems I'niverslty
1' how.fi step: which Indicates that it is ready that this paste' would be McCORMIQC CCO."aliiiaocMJ.
t .' .. It has been proven this line of work. It ithool term. Miss
--- -to to the fullest extent -
., TO IlIcn\IIC'\MT I'KiHiUlM: cooperate I, enables the melons to arrive at well to get in touch with.the county to receive her degree 4KIDNEYS"I :
with the I other churches
AT X.VIIOVU. rl.l'll <'.\:\H' the markets without stem-end agent and arrange to have Mr. August. *
which have similar beliefs. ;
yard Cornish ,
decay. Mehrhof vlslf.your poultry Mrs. F. G.
Icc All! ot us know that the churchis Sit'll particular held _
t \ Gainesville:, Fla.- -A unique I I assets of and advise regarding your it a bridge party,
ot the greatest
( I'MQCK have
club program, In which all ot the rural communities We can problems lie will also' evening, June 7, at her
r our facts and Information ot the '
club members In the country Home valuable the benefit
400,000 Improve our communities by Improving Green Cove Springs is l pl'fllllnrlysituated the Florida National filled
may take part, In being planned churches. regarding )'Ive tables were
our as regards the state of Contest, for thecoming ot
(or June 23, while the National S _____ I Egg Laying ments consisting
hold In Florida. ( year and also Important chocolate mints fruit '
Club Camp
Block '
A demonstration plot ot have not changed OD'
Washington. Ot course we results of the contest now going and punch were served. cDMt ;
beets In Okeechobee County produced our geographical location but certain ou. Harold Lawrence and
The program for the evening at the rate of 100 tons per elements tending to development '

I will be proadcUHt by the National.flroadcaetlng the acre, Stock carrots produced at have been changed and the ...+..+...+.S......*..++. ten noon.drove to Palatka

Company over the rate of 60 tons per acre. availability ot our recources have and
blue network. Club members all _- ___-.-- been improved Immensly. I HAMPTON J J1U George L. Bird
drove to Starke
the len
aver the country will assemble at Spuds Johnson says strang- .
An Boston was once known as C > Ada Nlmmit
their meeting places and tune In est thing about common sense 1 la> Mr. J. H. Houser,
the"1111 b of the Universe" so will ............ Walrath !
their radios for I the program. that is not a common thing. ........... rude, F. M.
: Green Cove Springs be known aa
If dumb members will hear talk S-- Hampton. June 15.-Rev. Dick- iter were In Green Cove
of Florida. We have become
two the Hub
Blueberries and grapes are business Monday.Mr. .
by men prominent In nation at- son of Jacksonville will preachat
tafrs two talks by club members, weeks late, )but look good now the center of Florida's best the First Christian church of and Mrs. P. W.
1 Mitchell Wilkins county section. left
1lIsfyrlle! Lew- writes laughter[ Frances
Bolos by morningand
and two Hampton next Sunday
of roads
opening new
agent of Walton County. for Winter
ton a former club girl. When, evening.J. morning
!May the agent secured 20 purebred and bridges we are placed in the tend the )
to give the club
the time comes K. McAllister ot Lake Wales
and club center of a circle with four Important -
for farmers
the Atlantic hogs 3f Rollins College,
; ;' I pledge,. voices points on Its circumference. was a visitor here lust Saturday.Mr.
to the Pacific will repeat It lit nnlaon. memebors. MeAIJisterwas formerly a Phil, is a senior.
ot the southern
IJ 102 residences resident of our town and was employed tour
Miami! Reach-
To our north lies Florida's metropolis -
: h.: The program will begin promt- were built here In year ended the Gateway city. The by the Seaboard Airline Co. state they foa will return few B'Wthe only

,. : lf at 8 o'clock eastern standard May 1, 1928, 1928, costing an average exact distance between the postof- as telegraph operator. He has Heights the north.
'k.Vn.tf and! will continue for one of $18,600 each. many friends here, who are always leaving. cOlubit1
.: flees of the two cities is twentysixAnd and Mrs. J. 11. the
$ lfc>ur. Many local dealers have already ---. a half miles. The one southIs glad to see him. Mr. sales equal
maJo arrangements to In- Vro Beach--Shipments:; of tomatoes Miss Ileba Maxwell and Mlaa left Friday for Winter
ot lumber and
I R.all receiving nets In the halls from Indian River countyivemage manufacturing Pulutkn one centers of the Jessie Williams were transacting they will spend a few of other three

v. ,,-re club meet and It Is likely about 30.cur. a,daily.Burtow I state. The distance Is twenty- business< in Starke last Saturday. any *

,' thai many dealers In f'lorldlwill -Polk S county received eight miles. East lies St. Augustine Mrs. lye Johnson and daughter, 'I field ... ...
tU'. I this courtesy to club ineraFfcV miles Miss Tlielma left! last Monday for
for citrus twenty-eight ,
A. more than $11>,000,000 away world-tbe
i be iii.vtI I Gainesville where they will take a has in.. size in the
( I fruit shipped luring 1927-28 sea with Its beach and it quaint old<< I for Buick and a jl'C'
Sti the Gainesville] university. Chassis i ,
*. M'llOI.AKSIIIl'SWON! son. buildings h one ot! the foremost resort at such a remarkable Sealed

11Y CLfU HOYSAT !! -- renters of the nations. Westof that Buick vales equal the ''or.herexc1usive feature
Puhokee -- Florida Power & Mrs. J. P. Sullivan has returned
SHOUT COl'KSKCrulu ; us another twenty-eight mile of other Duick's popularity.
Light Company begins operation ride, lies Starke, the center of'the to: her home here after a visit wither any

3-vllle, Fla.-Scholarships of new plant miles south. ot here. strawberry InJu try, a city that Is sons. Albert and Marlon Sullivan cars in its field. The world-wide prBuickisyourguawnK e r I

worth, I50 were 'tvon by boys attending -S developing through its careful of Theressa. better testimonial to *

.i J. j the 11128 short course ot soda The awards were for first husbanding ot Its agricultural resources. Sidney Baker the Atlantic of Palatka Grocery Wllorenresents UIC. k value than this? What Chooset b I
this and second place in the examination. ( I
'. belJ at th<> University yenr I evidence that od*
: The s'hoh'lIhlp8 were given by t All of these and other points are Co. was transacting business here I convincing outsell any

: the State :bankers Association and The Banker's scholarships bave reached by a system of the nearest last Monday. Feel Buick, of all cars at or near its cars in Its field.

i too Chilian Nitrate Educational been awarded! for several years. perfect roads to be found any lr and Mrs. R. M. Faver and price,best measures up to theworld's

.. i Itureau. The Winners were determined Many: boys are now studying agriCulture where. daughter 1IIssIary! Blanch all of This conception of what an

z by competitive exnmltiLtlon. at the state University because Beyond Starke lies West Florida Lake Geneva, were visiting here automobile should be? RUJ'ti

of the help given them by and with the completion of road last Saturday.J To Be Well Your

;: 1 T>rie scholarships given by the the Rankers' scholarships. At the No. 28 (90 percent complete) M. Kile and family of Memphis Must Function Buick's vibrationless .

bankers, worth $100 each were commencement this year one ot Lake City will be connected to St. Tenn., are spending this der Valve-in-Head .ixcyUnBUI

i : won by Donald Mowatt ot Lynn the former winners received his Augustine through Green Cove i week with Mr. Kile's mother O CPRING and depressed End you? Are most powerful

f Haven. Bay County, for West Flor- degree in agriculture. :Springs: ; when North Florida I Mrs. U L. Kile. lubject to lAwejo1111draulicSh
.. ,' Ia: William Platt of Summer- This is the first year that tho wants to reach South Florida It Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Delk and drowsy headache* and All Buick models have standard ejW "

: ; t Ji, ; told Marlon County, for Central Chilean Nitrate' scholarships have must do so through Green Cove Mrs.! J, G. Lamoreaux were visitorsto Are kidney excretions Absorbers,front and rear as $1'' '

,. Florida; and Samuel Bradshaw of been offered but plans have already Springs. Jacksonville last Sunday scanty or buming.in COUPES
$1195 $1995 e
stiy Z'A. rr4 Pasco County rortroutb been made for their continuation. Of course the reverse of these Mrs. J. T. Thomas and children often this indicate to $1'25AI'
i1 ll Lake Jovlta. I and houldn't be SPORT MODELS$1195 to
4 Florida. Each of the boys 'wo propositions are equally true Herbert and Lorene of Valdosta, ..

;G IIl for their districts. More interest was shown In the ind thle city. Is a center must get Ga.. were the guests of Mrs. Doan's Pills a of ".ia.f...&.FI;",..Midi..g.V.V5S 1'" 5',.,," f
winners ecretion i
ti; ere The: two Chilean. Nitrate scholartafpi examination this year than ever- he traffic going four ways. It is Thomas parents Mr. and Mrs. O. increase and thus the aid in: the T.G..W.A CI........ l"... ,A.."nf,/wa"' "

( f W worth $150 and $100 before, according to It. W. Black- inly eight miles farther from Haynes this week. waste impuritie. Dean*

H.r won* by Gray MILS7ot PlantCfty lock, state club agent From the racksonvllle to Gainesville and !Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Scotten of eveiywhere. Ak 110"' <,

,,, 'u were and Russet WilUMal' of Lake total of 200 boys there were 85 Vest Coast points than via BaldIn Gainesville, were were guests of I C

natter. The exaarmatlon for I who tried for the scholarships. I and the route this way is so W. B. Alexander and family last .- GISTER MOTOR

& scholarships waaopen] only : Seventy-two competed for the inch more interesting that all Saturday. DOAN'S

'WL) these who'had made Bankers' scholarships and 13 qualified mt Is necessary to route 90 per- Mr.! and Mrs. W. O. Bennett left DIURETIC p
club boys I ASTIMULANT
corn I
r to as 40 bushels of corn l for the examination for the nt of traffic this way Is to let the last Friday for Ocala where Mr. I ruet..MIIII-.MfaCMa Burr.IOoNY. h"<' ;"' STARKE, "

., aa per many ACre last, year using nitrate Nitrate scholarships. avellng public know ot the ad Bennett will take up his work as rent .a.1I'fOJlOBu.JDfI..alD tflLT HCICIC .tt

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,crime do yin remember.' IadicN LEA\'Fs I CltHoiuN Mi.,ill li, din ,multiiaht ..rrl.nu. .. tllrreln ,,
"kNOW? KROM NVNCY'S .f said < nl' ? t I |MtdlnK \\,1".1"- tin- earningInoy t i.n'i In'1l' t he pu t tPOKO ,\ 1: Pt'UKl 1 .' .
I and KcntlenuMi' kt'itIttN I Ci.OnNOTEBOOK | in a. i.I.! .* iiiut,, out' in 7'ruS'eu 'In I'I\I\:: .I I..Ml \\\L POUI'x: of lioUliMM; rind t-U-itlnn, (1 i tlrnmn,, J''r i nVHIU1NS :. I 1
I e 1"1',1\| <,11. rrm. '" d.iti h.-i 'I.SII'a: ) : ; <'ernnatieu' ruts' onml.ilnniH. \\' .tudreas. .M 1., ..InhtiH and U. F. I1. II, \
,,, i I' liullqa and They went 'out of office.: Camo i lof, line tenth nf Haiti um each year. and J.: F. KICKMTUR andI. Ki-nfroe are appointed\ mnnagurs.U '. '''Iw'.t"ry IIIItI
the "Ohio CUIIK.; 1 tilde will ho 'acrt'ptitl. up to 2 :00Aloik I.. r MI'. "KI.ITtu, wur \,1111", W KICKJ.ITlOR.Cltalrman, -
iii,\ ago and Mrs. Adatru diknl us lor a "swanky" ( p. in. on June :lath? 1"!>2M the iimli,, MlKiiod i Spoi-lul. Master will.
i Ii.Voodrow. And Teapot! Dome.-Charleston color scheme mil, believe melv. cot All blddui '"riri>fUiriMl to d<'pault on the 2nd day orf July 11SS.: l:l.-- II. R WtdCllNS. NOTICIIJ nl FI'IiI.. OI"'CJI.U"' ;I
C. A. Fetch, 'U'rk nf said twetn the hours 11 o'efoek\ In the
with \ HX
it'! \\
Newt and Courier.171.1N(11 c decided HiKir ht S""l'otllry B-lS-6t-fl-lS
\ rid,\ the eightr'ury on a oi 1 niunn\( : fnu'-noon .
and) 2
City Council at Stinkt. 1"lo..hlo. a o'clock In tho nf-
--- ---..-- blue and,: white tiled linoVum) ; \\th- ieitlfled cheek per: coat' ti'inoon. at the front dour ot the the Sixty r>"vH .iftor' uiKtrialu-t" of l
s alile oil cloth nails :. blue of the amount nf'1\:\: cheep toT court h.mn" of Bradford county < Vlmlnlntrator of i
tar on n
: : ;; : : tho Entitle nf M 1 iii n. Itrlffham, .
i lawyers MADKIN >v payable to the City fount of I'lnrUln. In tintown of Btarko, sellto 1 XtTIfK Of FINAL DI3CII.IIIOMNolieu N,
I'ATXS VOTE; cream background shoulder ceased' wll' Vouchers
: up to pront' 'my A n4 d ,
HrnUford county the hlKhcHt 1 and bust blddt
"nc or two of height tliove the t'lty nf Starke, : fur i Flintl. account. to; Ih' HonoraM.O: a.
that deep wasp cash the .
cream fnllnwiitfr doxuilhi-d liimlHNitiiitti
Flm; Ida .
-. ui r Congress. Jacksonville June 10ExOov. alile paint W'I; 11 s. Table cabinet cut All bidders' shall. upcclCv\ the in Hiudford county And In aft*'r Is l date hereby'hereof given( 1 the that iimltMIKIKHI nttiluvH '\- A ford nnrdlnnr County,<'ontitlinltte MI," i It"! for their of Brad Approval -- !,,I

<' president, Sidney J. Catts, apparently 'defeated boards, ri-frigirator.( white, stenciled amount time within of bond which bid the tar bidders l and will the Clay county' Flnrlda Quarter: towltNorthnint ot S.niih\\;: ,l Kxiutor: uf thu last Will uixl nod auk lo, I In, .dlsehargp4. mHiuh 1 i ,t
circles? in dark: Mite Oil whit after u".t"W', SVVii ,, Testament of Mrs Km. lilt Malphuin.,
"iiiiuml range, porcelain comply with the terms thereof Q of ), of S Ltlnn. dnt-i-iiHt-il, Will vouchersand This 13th day of .\1"' I 11028 r ,
In last Tuesday's primaryto prvaunt my |
the said Clerk of lKht' is iloustont"rat t"II1: >c1. Window seat covered notU'B In iil\ <>n by ; \Final A..lInt to the llonorabUclio B. 8 ::11.11'11 I F.\V9. rAh
i succeed Qnv. John W Martin council tliKt delivery can be ) Mouth li.uiHo Twenty-lhruu (23)) )
with, dark blue, white and tlardlnur. County JmlKO I of '"+untatrator j .
crt ,
Houston'sI WAST mil I i
who defeated him in 11)24):! lust tonm'1'i ''inns covered in solid made. Itltd check nbova rnforroa lOnxl.; Half also of Southeast Qunrtesr Ih: udrul'd: ; : ; County: Flollilil.: : ; for hisnppronl 1 r...II..r' Mary n nrlKbi', roKMidl. ,
The Dart .
when he was nnd ASK to ho dlsrlt.u'gdpie || I 1 Ot-i.
I I twelve of the thirty counties he oranpe "hle: curtains stenciled i iorange. in to I III to bi deposited| IIH it guniHtitee of 8rutIo1 ynaiter/ (tilt;, of 8)C. ,1I.h executor; .
be Miailiinel with t the bid nubmi ..t 8\Vii I I 1'UMt: Half of NorthpastQuail t=
\\niild -
.: :Mi lnitht blue and of full cumpllanca This isih day of May 1924! : .
while he
carried In 1)24!) picked !! or.mg tied. and In the emit\ of the ac- i1 1 of, SinithtiiiHt. (KVi gt!>
,I up two which he tailed to carry braided: rugs on the floor. Mrs. Adams rvptance of such Md nod the fall- ,"f 1 NK'i, ,,( >01\. Stella n (Si, J. C POlM'Kr.T.: l I'' .
i "ild's', Lone, of / four rubberized cloth aprons i in urn on tho part of I th" bidder to and ,SoiitluMot" Quarter of South Kx.'outor.: Last. Will anil, COFFINS; & CASKETS '
before for u net loss of ten coun- blue thereof Testament of Mrs, Snide
with terms 1 name west Quinn'of) Southwest! Quarter I
,md able-heMI ties, accordliiK to the best avail- white and orange for her daughter's shall be considered nx I llnuldnteddnmaifoti \ (SWi'l of 8WU of SV.of Section MnlptuirH, docouavil h''
and Full Line
ooo when lie friends to use. and be retained by the salt. Tw'I(12) : In TOWNSHIP: 5 ia-ot-7-ia. a 1 1' ,,
able figures. City Council.Raid KtHHT i in- man fall, of Catts was the only man In the Midnight Di.ltes-Det'i/eJ bond are issued under Chap- > 1 22)) KA8T.M. Milieu OP oi'iiooi.\ IJIIJCTU": Undertakers' Supplies I
It'd, ? tm' BS9S of the general laws of the 1''). JOITNB
flve-cornered race this time, who Sardines 11)23) Acts of the Florida Lelrlllltlturs As: Special Master
unknown out- before. mid, to bo Issued for the! purpose of MoCOt.MTM A IIOWBLU AUTOMOBILE HEARSE 1 ,j ,
IHIVilson, a ran Cover any amount of sardines desired tlnnnclng the grading hardBurfncliikt .hu'k..11. vtl h', Klorlilii. thelnws powi r v".t..tholt. them ofl'uhltc .
In carrying thirty out of thestate's with canned tomato Cook and Improving the certainstreets Solicitor. fin, CompiMinatit\ of Florida Hoard! AlwsTS ... .."... The Net ..m_ ? hat
innifjof Fennsyi for five soup In the City\ of Htorke, UruUfnnl 684tSO tnstruot Ion of Bradford county she. UVMI prte.. HpMlal attlna 1
counties in 1924
or ten minutes I 1
Hlxty-seven .
Serve on 'hereby ends nn oliilon to tin '
Vlortcln ,.., ,
Con- reVra.KK.14TBKRI
mi Glass, county, d
i toast. : bald In ItanilXiiii 1 Spo''Inl\ I fax 1 SehuulIIstrlet 1
Catts lost to governor Martin onfirst The :Bald City Council reserve the : ) KMH 'LMBBDEWITF
'n"r of a paper in and all bids.Hy OItUIn: font |'l' III.ICAIIOVIn l | nn Juno 9. isas.:? fur. the i"uiIIOHII I i
to reject any
I choice votes by a considerable right of elei-tlnK three trustees ,unitaHHUNHlnR lt9
order of the City Council of Clitult Court Twenty Sixth Ju lire inlllnffo for the cumin- C. JONES 'I ,,
I margin. the City ot StarUo. Bradford county, dicial
Circuit, Bradford County, .
i r''" xas' at whom Of the thirty counties which r I. J-: Florida State nf Florida, \ In Chancery. IIINT two,. tho yniiiH.KOI purpose of holding rind STARKE. FLA. I
u,'wspupers took 1lJIiJnig,1 C. F. IIOOVKn.: Vivian K. l.oflln, .(111 I loll O. llllVIIIH.' .1. \V.1 tllilKOII I ,
he lost /
I tMcAdoo.! who went to Catts In 1924 '\ Chairman of City Council of City I'oiiiplulnant unit,, .T. II Iloilifi'M\ nit iiinihit| < ilin.iiiuuii I f ,
Clay Franklin, Hamilton. harden ., of /StnrkeATT \'M ,, 'H. I n lttnmt, .:1cit90nNgppflpt64m0p0lQlxpt:! ) !(
I id to resign bepltor KMT; U. It. Lor I In.Ixfondant. ,, .I
Jefferson Lafayette ------- --
to remain Inn
Leon Madison, Nassau: Putnam Clerk of the City Council of the City It nppiiirlng by alllcl.ivlt nttmhod l \
I who retired in : and Suwannae seven of which Dishes-Sandwich of Starke. B-25-6t-6-23 to tin' Iilll. of complaint" died In the / t
iiuently became above i aiiH.>. that the HldtMicn nfH We
went to lo'le K. Carlton of Tampa Loaf 1 11. l.oflln. In unknown to cumplalnant. can your .
i I'' he had bought this while NO'I'IC'SFOn l 111 Il\TIO'li that thnio. IK no person. In. YES 8
Miami! \. the nominee year Take a loaf of clay-old bread. Slice the Slate n.r "Florida, known tn alllunt !

only man of the Dr. PUIIH A. Hathaway took live. off all crusts, making as square a loafas Serial' No.. 01400!. would. service hind of the pnuM'MH said dcfendiint upon whom In STOBAfiE BATTERY InSmiht's ,.
Catto added Monroe and PUHCOto Department of tho! Iiitvrlor, U. S L
h possible. Slice lengthwise of loaf tills Null .
!'; Florida for hivoree It IK Thvra- ,i
olhcn at UalnvHVlllu ,
r moderately "rich"l his string; Tuesday, however, full length of loaf, from bottom to; May 19. 1S28.ISOTICU tote ordrrod' thnt I sold. defondilnt' tit ,

'l\ m i a nrooklyn with Baker, Pay Bradford Citrus top, leaving the bread in l.ycrs.: la heii-bv given thatItUhntd unit In, Ills a pin-in reuse' tn. nu the or bill hcfnrn nf complaint Mniulay" r r

.1I "apposed to "pro- Calhoun Dixie dadsden, I Holmes, Spread on bottom layer a filling of Floilda, Who l..ItoyV"hlht i>n May 23;, 1 of*23.Starke madeMoiTiBKU'nil July 2nd 192 s, othoi'\VHCthu| t allc- Si il 1 e

III' Daniels another Jackson' Levy, Liberty, Okaloosa, stuffed l olives chopped and mixed with Entry! No. O18069 for lien noun of nalit, bill will I..> taken UNronfoKHod Garage
; It I le further
illtor whom they Santa Rosa Sumter, Taylor Wul mayonnaise.; Put on second layer. UoutbMifit. quarter. .nf Southeast : lhrhr..O'ol:; o lie published. Ha. /
4 Mouth ,
Section Township 6 '
ciuartr : ,
Spread! : with cream cbeese-and-nut once a neck for 1 Kour cnnm>iMit\ IvitweeltH
for proulbi THlliihaoituo. aferidian s'
i IK' was kulU, Walton and Washington llanir 2.1: Fast, tt
In tho Hnulford '
mixture. Put on other layers, alternating IIIIM tiled notice l of I intention to Teleirrnph -- -- .- I I II
i to parctlce It. which he held this time, gave him the :unite: Proof tn tahllHlt '! piihllfflied In tstmki', V'lnililu. ..
fillings. When loaf I Icomplete is Thice-year _
/ == :::= :. r
demrltied.l \\ IlIH''M I Hit. Imnd of U.V. Aldei. ;;; .._ -. = = -. -----.- .=
land above
(one claim to the =a. -------- ---- -- -- -
'ountrymen of ten. "ice"
,1 i "il it a net loss with cream cheese and of United. Slates loan Clerk and the soil of this I
) 'dhiK-Coolldge l !: cab- Of the counties Calls lost this garnish: with slices of olive. To serve, l.inicl l><>/ OlIU'o.llcitlnUir at OalnPNVlll... Florida, (court 102S.this the 30th day of. May AIX 11-I tSiI

hundred times the time, which he ,carried before slice as you would ordinary loaf of ou tho 6th day of July 1928. O \V. Ar.D6RMAN! '

,II i hem had togeth- Carlton took Clay, Hamilton liar- bread. This makes a delicious and AVI11 Clulmiiiit. Star,name Starke: aa, Florida witnesses. : Clerk C Circuit A. KNKIIIT Courtly ., J. R. DAVIS I & CO. I ;
and handled Lafayette Madl- most decorative dish for luncheon* henry Irllllw, nf Slaik.Florida.. I j
I 11" vears (dee Hernando, and midnight lee UrllllH. of Starko Klorlda.Ilugene Deputy CI..rk.JD .
i rhey served anoth- BOII and Suwannee, while Hathaway (Jrltllx!\ of Starko: CHOM FloridaOKOUdUC ,SollrltnrH M JOHNS. for, Com ,lnln"nt. -I het t
and handled billions carried Franklin Jefferson U-l-r.t-8-29
S-25-Gt-0-22. ("npv-Si-nl. INSURANCEAGENCY }
; 5i
and Putniun. --------
''1 ''lllllllltHuiii) Leon Nassau:

of scandal touched ._-- \ UK M.\"'l'lil'H: I S\I.K IC'I'IO": Minn; ,

ifii'm. No one accused Hollywood Mammoth flood- f 7" rrl
Notice la hereby" given that under
n, m ,of touching an un- light installed: In City Hall Circle ltt and pursuant to and by vIrtue of Ky the power vi-Htnd III them by ESTABLISHED 1886'f r -
and never a day eyo the authority vented In the nnder-. the laws of Florida the Hoard of
[ doll.ii' to flood new hall with light at .,, :' .." Master by that 'certain 1'iibllo liiHtructlon ot Itrudford County -
,a'' the Republicans did not Final Decree. rendered on the hereby culls an election to beheld
to derision and night. 18th day of May 11>2S, In and by In New River Special| Tux STARKE FLA. ;
them up Cocoa the Clirult Court of HrtKlford Ooun- Si-hool District on June Id. 11I.'8. for
and Daniels were Judicial Cir the of electing three trustees I.
uiit-Hon! the Twenty-Hlxth
'here was n veneer too Jacksonville-Local Ford assembly Mrs. Adams says her family refused r.1"o Florida, In Chancery in that purpose" the mllluge. for ..._ -:!< __ _
4etr to drink cocoa until she found this
begins production. i'
ffoi., i hem plant recipe for it, which makes a richer MUiiiiMiuiuiiiiusiiiiiiiiiiiiniii HiiMitnimiiHiiininiiiniiiffliuiuuii!IBIIIIUIIUI i''i muuiiiiiiiiuiiiiii in niwiiiiiiii uimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiitiwiiiiiiirairaiiiimiiiiiitiiiiii! iiiii iiiwiiiiiiiiiHiimi iiMiiiiiiimi iiii ii iiiiraiiiiiniiH iiiit iuu I 1 1S 1p
y ,r"l'fVl1son's cabinet Hlaleah-Work will begin soon on drink :

11 ai winning cabinet that seawall at Golden Beach.IlaslingeApproximately. 3 tablespoons cocoa

t\,\ billions, of money and dl- 3 tablespoons sugar

'iin movements of millions 2,600 3 cups milk

sailors. Aye some ft cup water
pieriand carloads have been shipped -
tm wire "Southern" these potatoes Pinch of salt

ym'ii and the South was In from Hastlnfis-Elkton potato Pinch of soda

Lien n was a shame and a district so far thin season. Boil !together all i ingredients except

milk. I ben add milk and bring to /JNi 1 S r' Ar 4 / tt' N 1
--------- -- boiling point, but do not boil. Serve

f[reign/ Musical Shows I at once. - r.1' 1 !' t 1 5 \ 1t ,' li I Ii!I +'', ;VI

['i,KICK'S 1 I KItr'i '.f. r\nMivr 1 : I

.' Need Jazz for Success I 1'01'MTV-' i-'i M>'"(

Monthly fliinnclnl statement of IIi
llrailfoul, lummy for the month of r
I :May, 1'I28
CO..ral Vends. {
nal.! \prll 1, 1'I28\ 181.89llHOelplB i I
ilulllIKmonth __ ___2H96.16Warrnnt # L ri., 1 '
during month ____I702.7S
Hal. Mny' 1. 1925. __ ___ __ ___11280.07 \
Flue and I'lftrfelliire KiiinfH.U.
April\ 1 I. IOU 429.13
ltii>..liiH during month. ______
VV'ainintM tliirhiK month 34(1( .02Bui.
Mny 1, I)1,28\ __ 82.51 C' 1
HOIK I'nntl .
nal Apt'II\ I I. 11)28) _____ .:.6BO ..32JteiflptM \ ,
during month 187.10
WnirnntH iliirliiK month .1.1I
Hal. May 1. IH2S __ ._".6 93.32OiitMlntMllnic
0 0 I Fund
11..1.pt'1 II\ I, 1928.\ 22.42
I llt'Culptx UuiliiK month __
WuriitntM month .. __
Hal Mny I 1. 1028. 22.42
ldew'a, I'e INIun, ,
nil .lprll t I. r.ian ___ __ 620.37
Itii'lUtx, during month u_ 288.00b.ur.utq
\ durlriK month _._
U,il. Slay 1. l'J2t _-_- 015.37lirrlt'iilliirtil I tl11l'N.
KunilII ,
,Cal. April, 1, lii.'H __ 36'1.9t
Ki < ,i-lpM( durlnir month- ____ INK.90iVVuiiuntH '
durhiK month 23800 r2J
Hal May I. I1'L- 418.81 t _, I"'"a V'i" !,4q j i'' sy+
BaU April Building 1. Lass _Fund_______.L r 7.B6 TI' .,. "ri .',4 ," I II IIa II
during month \ 4' t
Receipts ,. ..
'i ..
Warrants during month I, ,
Hal. .May 1, ISliS, ._ _. .-- 7.68Ibitx I ., M .:-t.... '" .r:) ,p oiIfM- '
t County, June l..t, 1928. m ,,
O y,.. e /1 I prehy certify that the foregoing 1h
..tat smeut of aye KerelptH rend, WarlantH ts
Issued. ugajiiMt the funds of 9 t'

CIS2r vaI tbc Iirndfonl"May) beet 112S of,county In knowledge true O wrAI.HKHMAW for and the!and correct. month belief ,of to 4I L' r; lUi %( mneeloe iI{ ,, 'ti

Clerk of the Circuit Court, I 1" I 5't'
JJrndford li II
fly C. A. KNIUIIT, \ .

VOTICK When a great big company like Goodyear says this is The Great '

I{ In Circuit' Court Twenty-Sixth Judicial est Tire in the: World, they i'.re not taking chances with their good C! r I

Circuit: liradford County, ity

Florida Kate Jonen.In Chancery. name:just to bj;; ::en3atior 31.


.1 I I Victor vs. DefundantOrilrr Jones, And you know 112, too! When we repeat here what Goodyear says {

I appearing For puHllc'fllionIt I a attached it's because wo know it's true. lin
1. to the bill above online,

that the residence of J. Victor Jones That, This is be ond doubt the tire In the world and
IH unknown to complainant; > a greatest we }
there Is no person In the iitate of
known to aidant, service ofprorexii '
Florida, nIL r'
have tnem R
upon whom would bind the
said defendant In this aunt for DI- ,1.

N I KITA BALIEF'E vorce.")aid IT non IS THEREFORE resident defendant ordered be that and, I That's talking 'cclf iarkey.' But we're sincere about it. f 7

appear to tn. bill of complaint In

-_ :<*_-i t-d=t- o=ttTt' jJ.f11: July thin allegation raiiMe 2nd. A.of on D.Bald or U28.blll.wlll before otherwise be Monday taken the, Come in and see it-the new-type All-Weather Tread Goodyear ,I II3allcon.

'rtre 'ii my Mly.cr1--. Wnlrt'l Him--Uy-o.: : ah wukn.'lhjh.; ., an IT confessed 13 BURTHErt: by you.' ORDERED that It has a tread designed specially for balloon tire wear.. It c ,ik '

Balieff lar abroad Ions before they were thin for Four notice connecutlve be published. week once a In week the has the genuine SUPERTWIST carcass-made only by Goodyear. I c i
Says Nikita
heard in this country. An :instance Kradford County,Telegraph, published i ,

ot Chauve Souris of this was 'I Miss My: WITNESS In Starke,the Florida.hand of O. W Al Know these latest:: things about tires.

Swiss.' That sonpr was so pthateverybody and the ueal of this ,
Fame by the time I arrived here ''ourtfl thislthe 30th day of May ./I.. .((1 '
knew it, and I had to ), 1928. i' _
'' w YorkC showI' something new for the I SEAL) O W. rircult ALDRRMAK Court., a
get: ( ) Clerk
I' Wn to jeiro Chnuve Souris. Lilly f'. .\_ Knight, Deputy Clerk. I .
r at reversed the A, 8. CHEWS i s.N
loss i 3 I
"This year 1 for Complainant.SlSt. Station
sped ran by brincinjj to New Yorka 6-29 Service

r, .. r. So a Ba- process song: by a German who has Supreme : b
iucer 01 famous American rhythm. >O'l'I'l-: OK !
studied '
I ,- url of Ger- 1's-ne"'Ii'r: : lI'I'"nK"J
L !!. Is Anton Profes, one IIOVDOF
rl m the only universally many's greatest: composers. He Hereby notlre U given that the
nlntupge.'! : he declares, 'Where Is My City Council of the City of .Starke,
'It makes no diffcr- wrote Meyer' While the long is distinctly Bradford county Florida, will receive No. 2 Starke Florida : j

rl e ':!h'', re I am, Leningrad German in (rhythm I$10,000.00 Healed of bid City for of Starke the purchaof Bonds. ,

: on. the people must decidedly American in up to and Including the 26th day ik'j vAn i
rnjthm for their must- and I do not hesitate to admit of June A.| D.. 1924 Hal' City Bond t

rtainment. No other musicworld's that if we had not been taught are to be or dated July nf the the First year day Issued ofJanuary .... .

Usto-y has ever by an American director the would essential and are to serial bonds of ll. authorized Goodyear Service Station rendering the help Goodyear I' r
internatlonpl.! Friends rhythm the song: 000,00 denomination each and are to ; ,

,VS 1 If fnorts that Janan. China not be the sensation that it i* bear Interest per annum.at the payable rate of semiannually flux percent pledges to enable :you to get every last mile out of Goodyear Tires and : .1 ,

r1 a are enthusiastic too. on the First day of January i
1 a a'r ,1 1 showman I know that now."America holds the L to al and July nf each year with 'Interest 'Tubes. More people ride on Goodyear Tires than on any other kind t
M'' nut Set Es coupons attached The principal and
neessary to this rhythm
international Interest of said City bonds are payable
I) 111)1') productions. inusie ant National Bank
American at the Hanover
I'I have had several tunes Intro- peranto world speak mat In New' York City I
whole will ; ,bond offered/ for 2 1X '
|"ed, in Paris scntt's written by The amount 'stenos( eal.w n 11II _'min'" ,
it in two y sale U $10.000.00 and the principal
_'nn l e which! became DODU-


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S : g 'r-l -S -5 S -r'S S

,l JM EIGHT .---- -- -_.-- ,. -' .. 2:.. I'

rum running ticket ; the Republican party wouldn't have him
n ,
Ildford'County Telegraph on a bet and even the few Socialists: of the State have a fev

e Established 1877 scruples", left. Apparently the preacher-gambler ha, been -'

VPublished ; !" tired- by the voters I Southern Grocery

.5 i S E,. Matthews: __ __ ._________''_ _Owner and Publisher j FROM OTHER PENS/!/ Ii And Meat Market

ti r .: J. C. Robinson _. _____ _______ Managing Editor

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: SUHSCKIPTION KATE The only explanation some folks ef Ah lives It right, PRE-INVENTORY ACTION SALE

Yearly, 51.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance have for-the election returns la the Dar'll be no goblins In mall dreams
saying! by Mark Twain or Barnum when Ah lays down ternlfcht.
Advertising Rates on Application. __ or somebody to the effect that "the Ef Ah should wake tomorror morn
VV-VV American public dearly loves to be -well, dat's anudder day. AT NEVER PRICES

It is Governor Carlton. buncoed."Leesburg Commercial.For An' trouble still may miss me ef i
t 0- Ah just' keeps on mah way
ei destroying oeautltul vegetation FRIDAY and SATURDAYSpare
i The Telegraph is fifty-one years old this issue. the seven-year locusts have De debit runs er pawnshop what

l o nothing on some roadside motor- he loans de troube out,
Fourth of July. Ists.-Times-Union. The locusts, An' he don't ax no pledges, but
Next excitement day will be the l8c lb.
i by the way, have sense enough not he knows what he's erbout. Ribs, Pillsbury ;flour 24 Ibs.i 1.4
t y 0 to attack telephone poles Ho charges awful intrus, an' yo'
5a r 5' i Passing of the election did not stop building in Starke. Gainesville Sun. sho' will pay him well, : Pig Tails, l8c lb. Butter, Pound 49c
----o-- Else he takes you an' yq' troubles
4&1 "' o South Florida sheriff given 13 what yo' borrored back to hell.Don't Neck Bones lOc Ib. Grits & Meal
Bathing at Kingsley is more interesting than politics 4c lb
months and $500, headline. Whata nevah borror trouble, et' yo'wants
ji anyway. chance to have told the judgehe er peaceful road; Pork Loin Roast 25c lb. Oversea Peaches
could keep the thirteen months. De man what horrors trouble nev- No.2 2 reg
o Starke Telegraph. Yeah, and ah borrors frum de Lawd.-. Pork Chops 30c lb.
The talking fleas may be rare.but the biting variety aref4v't the judge would have given him Tampa Times 35c for 28

another thirteen months. That Steak 45c lb.
plentiful -- Western
4 _o sheriff knew when to keep his Plan to I'ay Off Road Bonds Oversea Baby Beets,
mouth shut.-Palm Beach In Plnellas and several other coun- Lamb Chops 45c lb.
: T !j They now say profanity is a disease. A very contagiousone dependent. ties in Florida have In the last few 30c value 19c

apparently.If --p- years issued many millions of dol- Leg of Lamb 45c lb. per ca
t lars of bonds to build roads. and ;
o An exchange says long hair will Monarch Spinach
c'rr I6ccar
S. come: back slowly, if at all. This now they find the payment of In- Salt Bacon 18c lb.
j : June is the month of matrimony, the other eleven must ,
is already known to the miss who terest and sinking fund charges a : Lima
r be needed for alimony. has been trying to lengthen her real burden. To relieve the tax Box Bacon lIb. pkg. 40c lb.Osceola Beans
-'y d of these counties of of
o tresues. Starke.Telegraph. payers some :
long hair does come back here's the load they are carrying it Is Compound Lard best 3 for 25
h 11 Some lie for gain, others because of necessity, but most one who will be'entirely out of proposed by some of the commissioners i ,

tying i is done because it comes natural. fashion for a long while to come. of this and other counties I l6c lb. Oversea Cherries 35

o Bobbed hair Is too darn comfortable to ask the new legislature to return -
to exchange for that which to each county two'cents on -----
x r Lots of us could take that planned vacation if we possess dangles around your neck. each gallon of gasoline sold In that

S;n / ed Major Hoople's inventive ability. Dunnellon Truth. county. Jack Corey, St. Petersburg I EXTRA! EXTRA! SPECIALS EXTRA!
r, o ---0- county commissioner, proposed I
Even the Gainesville scribes the plan and it is to be consideredat
Now that women are voting the old saying "All men are
seem to prefer blondes.-Bradford a meeting of commissioners MORRIS'
c ;; s liars" will have to be revised. County Telegraph Gee gosh, It from all parts of Florida In Ocala SPAGHETTI,13c 2 for2i

o all these scribes get to preferring June 27-28. MONARCH DRYPAK PRUNES 3 5c
t tS tq4 blondes, It will soon leave us qut The state now levies a tax of per can
mail service restored thanks to the
L has the old
Starke have to five cents a gallon gasoline. Of
y entirely, and we will pe- on OVERSEA PUMPKIN 20c caJ
t I efforts of Congressman Green and Postmaster Hull. roxide our hair. Dunnellon this one cent Is distributed to the per

I 4 i o Truth. If nature treated all of counties equally, one cent goes to OVERSEA CORN IScpercarlOcperpkg
{ she the schools and the remaining ,
the fair sex as generously as
benches should be the shady courthouse
; Comfortable placed on did the Truth paragrapher, the three cents is turned Into the state OVERSEAl\IINCEMEAT
,f grounds for the use of those seeking a cool spot. drug stores of the country wouldbe road fund. It Is proposed to con- .

r o_i bankrupt.-Starke Telegraph.Well tinue the one-cent levy for the
A 1 that's some consolation and counties, to be equally distributedas
: f, Prisoner in Palmetto jail cut his out with a can SOAP & POWDERlOc
way open. we appreciate It. Only we hope at present. The one cent for

k er. Probably had his experience from getting meals out of a that the drug stores don't all go schools expires In 1929, being an
'r'ti tin bankrupt, 'cause then there'd be emergency fund only. It Is the size 3 for 25c
r can.
t no place for us to purchase our present plan to turn into the state
o complexion.-D'unnellon Truth. road department one cent on each 5c size 6 for 25c

The two men in the race for the governorship have --o- gallon of gasoline sold and to return -
i, / The Gilchrist County News has to each county two cents on 5c size Cleanser 6 for 25c
no need to feel ashamed of their campaign methods are Hathaway
'J ? ,
discovered that still another designated each gallon of gasoline sold In that
1. 'i'' and Taylor. state road crosses that county.
i4. 6Vt a county. State road OS, or the St. InPlnellas county last year Full Line of Western Meats Fruits and Vegetables

i Augustine road! will cross Gil- there was sold 14,618,424 gallonsof ,
''t V Ocala Star says it's easier to be forgotten than it is to christ county on the line dividing gasoline. A tax of two cents a _

R t forget. Candidates and others who did not make the grade townships seven and eight. The gallon would yield to this county j WHY PAY MORE?

y will agree with the Star. line runs directly through High 29236848. This money wouldbe
Springs in Alachua county and used to pay interest on road i
4 t 1 r o about three miles north of \V1I1Ie-1 bonds. It could not be used for
ford and five miles north other The yearly Interest -
If the legislature could hold a session a week after any any purpose.
It Is to cross the Suwannee river charges on Pinellas road
V '': i' primary election, the present one primary system would be about a mile and a halt north of bonds, according to county officials I approved the drinking water supply I'lVK SCHOLARSHIPS cause! of the help give! tb>-

flV r wiped off the books. Hock Bluff ferry. The road begins Is $017,000-including bondof I and sanitary conditions of the WON 11V CLUB TOYS the Bankers' scholarship" J!
I o at a point on the west bank of the special road, and bridge districts: camp and a swimming pier, diving AT SHOUT COURSE commencement this ear ot-
t c St. Johns river opposite Uiverdale. as well as bonds of the county asa board, slide, diving float and a the former winners, rely.
First car of melons from Lake county brought $900 for :
It will run directly across the stateto whole.. St. Petersburg Inde- fleet of rowboats and canoes helpto Gainesville, Fla.--Scholarships degree in agricultureMore
: i)70) melons. And they also brought grins to the faces of both the Gulf of Mexico, dividing Iendent.Camp'Jgtmokalee. make Camp Immokalee a place worth* $550 were won by boys attending interest was tliowi.

} ld 1. teller and buyers Putnam and Clay counties until it o of real joy and recreation, officials the 1928 short course examination this rear (bur
V S t reaches the panhandle of Clay, declare.: The two held
to new thirtyfootwar at the University this year: before, according >'f'<' i R W. :
where it will cross Bradford, Un- canoes which were a great The scholarships were given by Frt
lock, state club agent
If do as the wise man be you're right be. ion anti Aliuh.ua. After crossingthe
you says, sure pleasure last season are now the State Bankers' Association and total of 200 boys (there n
fore going ahead, you will likely be left behind by the fellow Suwannee It will divide Latay- Open 1928 Season housed In their new shed o nthe the Chilean Nitrate Educational who tried for the sclolu
" n who takes chance. atte and Dixie counties until it lake shore making them much Bureau. The Winners were deter Seventy-two competed for 1
if reaches the Steinhatchee river, more convenient to One mined
t' ; Jacksonville. June 10.-Typical ,. new by competitive examin Bankers' scholarships and UIfled
o where it will proceed to a point on eighteen foot canoe has been add- ation. !
best is In for the examlnatloaeNitrate
I Florida at its seen Camp
L 1 The old maid wears a watch to husband her time. The the gulf just below Thelma.- Immokalee on the shore of Lake ed to the fleet. A. new council Three scholarships given by the scholarships

4 "i married woman wears one to time her husband.-St. Aug TimesUnion.Of Brooklyn near Keystone Heights, ring, the wigwam for use on rainy bankers, worth $100 each were aviation
o miles from Jacksonville nights tennis and volley ball court won by Donald Mowatt of Lynn Ocala--New
about forty-eight
ustine Record. What of the flapper? Paramount. Importance to which many local boys and a new handcraft shed all have Haven, Bay County, for West Florida cently completed here
', I Now that the Democratic primary their In the life of the ,
o will journey for a two weeks' stay place camp, ; ; William Platt of Summer- -
is the one thing that
i Palmetto News says Florida is the latest state of liars. should especially concern the citizens July 2, It was announced yesterday It was added. field, Marlon County, for Central BEST FOKOLDFOUJ
Qualified Staff Florida; and Samuel Bradshaw of
: by Fenner E. King, boys
One Bradford county candidate there areonly a hundred of Putnam county is to secure r says Lake Jovita, Pasco for arc mill at
County they
( V of State Highway secretary of the local Y. M, C. A., Associated with Mr. King will Because Pili''
k; or so truthful voters in this county. the, completion South Florida. Each ot the tee '(the h
No. 28.This. who Will give his personal direction be a staff of men well qualifiedto boys th liver andakeep kit
o highway means more to to the camp again this sum direct the activities of boys It were winners for their districts no off) days, no hock( t chidMITCiIELI

J The Telegraph had the largest party in history the night this city than any other initiated mer.The was announced. 'V. E. Bones of The two Chilean Nitrate -scholarships /! UH16WLANE'S )
? worth
$150 and
y of Dr. camp's activities will be divided the Vanderbilt university medical $100,
;' of the election. Our thanks to those who assisted in any way under Fons A,the Hathaway, the great road into tour periods of two school will be on hand to safeguard were won by Gray Miley of Plant PILLS!

to make it a success. builder. Its completion will open weeks each, it was stated. The the health of the boys and City and Russel Williams of Lake -

Q ( 0 up a vast trade territory, of which first period beginning/ July 2 is the doctor in a neighboring townIs Butler The examination for I
Alachua Is mindful; it will make expected to see between sixty and consulted whenever necessary.A these scholarships was open onlyto KINGSLEYLMOH
; ; The Tampa Times is puzzled over the announcement of a this city the second gateway to eighty boys attend the camp. Mr. young man of Christian character corn club boys who had madeas HOY .Y.V.

r S l 1 couple observing their golden wedding anniversary when the Florida, as Jacksonville knows; King said, and the three following Is In charge of each cabin many. as 40 bushels of corn

; t registration books show the wife to be only 49 years old. It will materially Increase the periods should also have the group of seven or eight boys and of per soda.""';re The last awards year, using nitrate Let's Eat, lIalllhurgpltli
same number. several leaders of last were for first 81llomemndo
popular Con
revenues of the Memorial Bridge year eel Beans, Chile
\ .. 0 here. The camp property covers forty will be back this season, it was and second place In the examination << PI,..
< ;yi : An exchange inquires if a woman's intuition is so won- To wait for the Incoming administration acres of high, well drained land In stated. C. A. Hoyt and other .

Il} derinl why does she ask so many questions. She probably to redeem Its eleventh the midst live ot a again forest.something Here the of members of the camp committee been The awarded Banker's for scholarships several have F. W. Kosset
be boys can make frequent visits and their years.
''.tl wants to check her intuition against his lies to see if it is stillS hour to enact campaign anew tha promises role of woultl the foolIsh the unfettered life of the pioneer, keen Interest and helpful Ideas area !Many boys are now studying agriculture Prop.

: it in working order. virgins. The practical move !Mr. King declared. The land is real factor in the life of the at the state University be-

t V o would be to secure the letting of BO situated that mosquitoes are'rare camp, Mr. King said. .--.----..-.-.-.-- ,-- ---...-. -.--.
+ and pleasant breezes are almost In addition to the
of members of
the contract for the paving
Th3 stories and movies speak of the "tired business man"and contsant it has been found.
the committee number
camp a of
highway No. 28 prior to January
i1 their amusements so often. What of the tired business I I, if it can be done. Center of Lake Region| prominent men will spend some Modern Motors Require

woman-where does she come in?Dunnellon Truth. Most The subject Is one that should Lake Brooklyn Is in the center time In camp this summer and assist
". engage the immediate attention of ot a region of more than twenty with, the program. Among
of them come in at the doors-they can't get in the windows
the board of bond trustees, the clear and pure lakes. A clean these will.be E. F. Montgomery, .-
;+ like men. putnam county chamber of Comnerce white sand beach extends entirely Lake City; E. D. Langley, MerrillE. Modern MethodsModern
S o and other progressive fac- around Its twelve miles of shore Brown Prof. E. L. Lounsberry,
that should reaches to the the Rev. James E. Barbee, the
tors. It Is one concern and native timber
When is sent to for life he is dead
a man prison legally '
Rev. A. Fred Turner, the Rev Lee
every citizen. Palatka Dally beach almost entirely around the motors dust dirt V
his wife can hold his property and marry again, according to News. lake. A quarter of a mile ot beach MtBrlde White and W. S. Crlswell, are protected against gaail

a.ruling by a New York judge. The weaker sex can now take --o- fronts on the camp property. The all of Jacksonville L. Wyman of (abrasives) by air cleaners, oil purifers and
Tomorrow's Troubles. slope of the lake bottom Is very the United States forestry service filters, hence do not allow the use of grinding comp
their choice of shooting dear hubby or sending him to jail for
Ah don;'t no whar I's gwlne, but gradual and the lake water has and some members of the biology : (a most violent abrasive) on the valves, the heart
z(1 life. Ah no's I's on man way been tested and found pure enoughto department of the'state university
i Q De destlnashun all depen'a on how drink it was pointed out. The will visit the camp occasionally to I your motor.
Ah lives terday.To winding shores and many bays assist In the nature study program.P. .
.i ,'ue If the politicians of this state had any consciences, they morrer, I taln't got heah ylt, and voes make boating a pleasure. O. Camp has charge of registration The "KWIK-WAY" system is the only known )met,

would put in all day Sunday praying to God to forgive them it mought no cum at all The camp equipment Is such as and will look after all of satisfactory valve correction. It costs you notbt

for the lies they have told about each other.-Palm Beach In An' he who mounts tomorror's to provide the boys with every camp matters at the Jacksonvilleoffice to find out-Drive In.GENERAL.
boss is riddln fer er fall. thing for their welfare, Mr. King it was announced.
It would be more effective if each candidate had,
i dependent. De ribber Ah ain't got to ylt Is declared without depriving themof .
''t after election, to prove his charges before he could get into still beyant de ridge, the values of outdoor life. The Live Oak-Seaboard Air. Line SERVICE GARAGE

office. W'en Ah gits dar perhaps Ah'll dining room and cabins are screened Railroad Company operating bus
fin er cantilever bridge. and the cabins and main build line between here and Jackson- PAJJp! MAST, PROP.At .
.5 o ings are open on all sides with ville.

Catts campaign manager proposes to contest the election, De troubles dat may sum day cum wide eaves for protection from the North CJfy$ Limits Ball and Roller Bearings fl**
+ al which means Catts will be in the November campaign. He ef dls an* dat transpires weather. The nine cabins accommodate Ocala-Surrey of general farm. -
Don't interfere er llttl bit mah with ease eight boys and a : crops in Marlon county shows larger Cars.I'OR .'
da defeated the the prohibition candidate in a former
r's was as terday'a desire leader each. acreage than last year at this

n o- campaign: ; this year he.rr was 'defeated on the race track and Dls day ia all de time Ah's got; an' The State Board of Health has time. I.. I ...' ...'L. .L ..It

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