<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



Bradford County telegraph
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02345
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 10, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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
 Record Information
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
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02345
 Related Items
Preceded by: Starke telegraph

Full Text
1 .P
-l.




i.
I
Ir ,
r
$1
r 11! I
.
",
'"
,




I $ rahfurh I'I' ; ,;\ i l lt







=);?ta,1iahed 1877 _-- subscription-For! ---: Year_ $1.50;_Six !Months_ 75c-Payable 7 i in AdvJxnce --_ -o-- : = =--: : _- --:_E. S. Matthews, owner:and_1ublipherly I f' :; .


i_'Oh'ir1PTY-0\L\! < : S'l'AltKE-, I'I.ORIJA, .un."" .\t'Cjl'H'r), IOM: _. .. \UMG47t. MonT Ii,;, :,!''II'' "" ,;," .,
----- ------- ---- ---
---- -- ----- ---- ---- -- ----- \

:: New State Prison Buildings I EAST COASTIS Fire Thursday | ,,)
I ,
:1 [ Twenty Years Ago-And Today I ICI)I N54Z YA
III Destroys Press- ; + i

; At Raiford Are Dedicated. I LASHED BY ,,y, ; \ \'t

: .. .' y room Equipment; ;':; "'
mid futility Officials' Join In I I i "
lilah' Eight CountiesAre --- 1 : '4 4'
Ortnion.vi; IG-v. Peewee HpeakM.Halfonl HEAVYVINDS\ Fire breaking out In the press r ''\,: '"' dk(

room of tho ? i .
Telegraph last Thur j F '
AUK. 2.-Amid brief r .s day afternoon "
shortly after
Almost Free I a thef4l;; ;
! but appropriate ceremonies, Florida \ -Wc-al: Palm Peach'( :,Aug-7 Anxlely weekly edition had .been mailed, ""I/ al
today dedicated Its new state I iiiorenxed destroyed the small piessroom
l'a tonight all the I
priion! building. being erected at a I ,w r; ..F \\'r"l t Indian 1 hurricane, hovering equipment and did considerable f ''I'damagtl '

cots of approximately S300.000. Of Cattle!! Tick 5, .j k' Ala lit sea off hern, continued' to whip to the newspaper press ,1 : I .' it
Stale and county officials and' tho mainland with a sixty mile gels The building housing the press '1 '

visitors from various sections Joined 'that bowed no abatement! mid ap- room was practically dedtro'ed'I'! I \' .' < .. ,
in the ceiemonleB. which were Will I'rohably' !?. Itelrnsrd" 1'iom 4 gamed to bi quickening hmnlyIn Prompt and elllclent/ work on the. 'I i, \ r' 0(
concluded with the laying of the fl"IU'III1t1mBy l', H. InItarmbcr. 1! is t'a vi 1 thin city ami Palm Beach tiiirt of I lie file department pre-jf1' 'I ,t'kr\ r"J'; ) j
LDI'iierslone and an address by the *"""" : J1) 'eti .darkened when I ho winds snapped vented the fluninH from breaking: .. \ ,
Rev C W. Fraser, rector of St. } r ?- electric power lines, time tttroeta through Into the composing: room.' I"j' :i',:, : ,a!J.1 \
Mary Episcopal church at Jack- h, a virtually deserted, except for a few I the only damage there' being' I;' '4 ,
sonville. J, 8. Glitch, superintendent Aa the federal authorities In cooperation j itillomoblleH, Torientlal ruins added canned from heat and smoke "i ,I I t.' '' 'I

of the prison presided.Cellaring with I the Stale Livestock to the diurnal night Into which A factory representative\ Btartedti.'', III J"' '" '
\
that "we are laying a.tornerstono Sanitary Board prepare to realeaae few (lured \oiituio.. !Power linos, work Monday dismantling the \ ,. .
and dedicating a from cattle fever tick quarantine, j s 4 p tlt :.IKIIH', iiwnliiRH and, other articles news PICKS, preparatory to rebuild ', i (-.-,.
building for spiritual mindedneBs," the major poitlon of that section a a ,. i II t littered the stroeU, while In the iiig the nmcblno. Rebuilding of"j, t' ,
the Rev Kraser, In delivering the of the elate lying between the 8uwaiinee D suburbs. and at 1'nliu, Icnth.I trees Lho l preHHi-oom and Installation Of,1,, I "' "'"I! '
pilnclpal\ address said that "un- and Ocklocknee rivers, the and Bhubbery) have been torn up. Limo eiiulpment' destroyed will '* : "
ions we can spiritualize unless we July Florida Inspection report of P 7tr !Hope' van held, that tho storm quire I several weeks lime, und re.II1"'I':1' ,I ,. i j,c '. k 1,
nn bleed out of these stones we the tick eradication division, bureau renter' ', repoitoil. by Iho went her lungeinents have been made ; I "I
shall have failed" of animal Industry, United x t 'M t btirniiu lo bo eaHtnoiitliiist of ho OuliieHVltle; Sun to bundle ,!!, IL .

"These buildings and their Stttts' department of agriculture!, 4t Jupiter, eighteen/ miles from here presswork until the new plant U ,! >: .1';, : .; ,
equipment write in letters of brick Indicated that the lick Is rapidly would, mina (the city und veer north eady 'r,(. 1 l,

and mortar our spiritual minded- disappearing from that part of the Into the opiin Mini Indications --- .- yeh : t j'I' aI
:\i.r; 1 '.,
ness.' he said.( "Those Inhumanpest state. The contemplated release, from I the leport. however, werethat ,4.1TL'RIL '
houses of bygone!; days deflected probably effective December 15, Inn I '! btorni. which appealed to I DtV TO HIXJlSTKK'l; '' ; 'I' Ii
will he included _. ___ i, fit' .?
our physical mlndedneas. according to Dr be gaining Intensity would strike
The word spiritual belongs to T. W Cole the federal inspector In r rm the mainland between Jupiter and Saturday Is the taut lIlY to pay1'' II L "1:1 1:1Ihe "r
every department of life; to the charge of the elate provided the t, I Uiiyloiiii death I with hurilciinnfill poll hex and register for voting \lU.\ ) "I" :
science of government ; to economics dipping\ / and other elimination 'CO.Sorne. city cl.ctliMi to ba held Tues-t') ,II
; to municipal government, work continues as It has in the ; inoloilHts" who reached Jay, Sept lllh, C. A, Futch. clly..jll.t l'! j, 'lti \\11 t#
past I>lxle Hamilton Jefferson, :lock, stated yelll rday. All per- ,111.. 1//>" '.
to our homes most of all, to our hero' tonight from I the north, de.d ,
thimliGH no more than to this Institution I.nfajette, Madison, Taylor and I mtho{| I Htorm to bo more no- lOllS who have not hitherto regls-t'f:!,' 1 ('\!j'f ;I :
which should be called'opportunity Waukulla 'oulillett( und at least a VN'Ollt Jupiter, where winds' of 116'' end in the town are required loLj. !' ** ,'" (' .
for spiritual mindedness portion of Leon county Some to 7d inlloH an hour were reported i lo HO before they can participate, ''j' ;I'' .. f'i'It ,-

,' or 'House for Spiritual Insight areas In the eight counties have al- 9t4.M.. Aside from one man Injured by elections, county registration i",; ''i' V': .
.' ready been declared tick-free. <'on lint with a live wire In the I' oaring nothing to do with the' !I \iI>... "
'We feel as citizens of this state No infestations were found in strpoU' (no ucildentH, were repotted I fly's hooks It Is\ nevesiury to 'II 'I" i 'r. J,

a joy In these better buildings. I Dado, Hamilton, Jefferson, Lafayette hero tonight/ C'ommtitilciitloiis 10'' produce your county poll lax re-'" l ,,1 : :
May they contribute to that statewide Madison Taylor and Wau the north where the storm apparently Jeh lit at the time of registering, ''i,,', r lTlvi
edifice of which we are 11 vIUK kulla counties according to Dr. ? In moving I I lit fresh onslaught .. ., "II i j "();
stones." Cole's statistical report for the were down and little could be Qiilncy-West Florida Power 1 i'' |ill' I + 'I..' 'f
"
The new Florid prison building month of July as made public here leuruml of conditions In half a doz. Company will Immediately startjonsttuctloti .f\'\ I .I-' "

Is considered one of the best in last, night, and comparatively few tm small towns.Newepnper I : of line from her.* to" l ,c :.\1''
the countdy from the standpointof licks were found in the other of / ofllcen" here were kept Jrutna, Mt.. Plasant Hirdaway .4'i ( : ,i
design and construction. Built the twelve counties In which a sysUematic t l e busy answering' / telephone calls tad Oreunsboro. ,ht.) '!ffli''v I
entirely of concrete and steel, the eradication program launder from anxious citizens. Lack ofpower .... 1'1 Ti-I :
prison unit consists of several way.During I forced publication of thpiipnru : ,laver und other town In the ri<;hL 1|' H I .P1'tf.IoJI:\ :
I
buildings/.; all connected\ housing the month a total of lu nearby towns to the I :ventral citrus country I t '
the office, guard; Quarters, three 208.050 head of live stock was soutli outside the major storm City onitlal at Winter Haven,1', it I1 I I'' ''I"t "
fell blocks dining room and auditorium Inspected by the federal men, the area.! which U approximately fifty mllw I' |tl' I, ,

kitchen, bakery and heat- aggregate including 30,015) horses Daytonu Hoarli reported no viII laut of Tampa, related that wind',' > ': l i '!({'I i
IIIK plant. It in three stories high and mules, twenty-eight! of which ll>lo Hlgn of the distill'bunco ex' >f Heventy-flve! mllea an hour vt... ,H tfloclty '" ..&-
and has a. capacity 1,200-prls- were found tick Infested. relit heavy' suns which hays beer had followed afternoon galw Iif I uuers. A rclnfeNtatlon Is. being closely ruiuilng, all day Weather liureai forty miles. speed. The tale-l i fjboue '.
-- watched In Dade county where pl'ndin lone were" that tho Htorrr circuit was disrupted whlto'l' !, ,1{('JI; i d'/ : 1
\Welfare Workers during the month I Dr. J, H. Yoder I would strike lies that 11111(5 wilt he report was being made and' i 1\\It,f* s I .s'! ,
dipped 668 head of cattle, findingreventythree I hurricane liittmslly' tomorrow u ifforls to -entiibllali contact werW', ) ,i f' I : } iIfJ11I8
cows Infested in 3 morning. I vallhll(. '" _' f" '
Meet\ At Green CoveA herds. Ho in holding six herds of ": ," HIM.onil 1'1101'111 ItcportcilK : Apparently, tbs storm wag more'" ,f>'I' i' : )

460 head under quarantine. ,",j.1 ii"... .. ; "If'.J 1:,,, rond lroil| <'ul dltBurhiinie wen i him half, way on Its course frost,' ; |I ,: k;I to
'
'
In the other final work r., .,., out of time 1'nrrl '! ..
county ". -' reported moving he Atlantic to the Gulf of \ ; I'1 | ,
represent ve group citizens Gadsden, the major I portion of .'')''. ,I, 4 .,' beau Reit tonight, marktng a west after ravaging, a 200-mllea atripl4!'i I i ::0;

of the counties of Bradford and which is freed urea, during the \",,' ,', r JI.r. ''''ijI ', north weHt f'111I1'8A( Centered ut lat along the hunt\ Coast last night and .': 'i ,{fiI,;
Clay met In the V. I. A. Clubhouse month, It. I). Thompson and W. I. ... ''I ::r"" .,:I,., '., ... (ltud 1 I', longitude 82, tbn store early today. 'm,,1 i II ,
at Green Cove Springs, on Monday Holder, the inspectors, dipped I,- 'I"J" ,}, 'to> .. ,. C' I :' ". wall npproxlnmlely DO miles wes Crave fearn were felt for the" ., 1//
July 30th lOlL. m. The purpose 350 head and found no Infestations. r! .,',,'; ,': ,'fw;it''{".;"; 1H4- of Santa 'Lucia Island In the windward treat citrus orchards. laden with : : .
of this meeting wan to discuss pub- They are holding nine herdsof .. > group. It wait reported ol fruit. In time Immediate path of the '
lic welfare In the counties named. seventy-eight head under quarantine moderate Intensity. to rills. i ,j, t I'J',
TlioHfl follows:
present were as with two vats working. .wI-IIIII.1 l l 1.'r"rII'In.1 ""I
Bradford county: : Members of Conditions in Raker, Columbia ,(lrlaudo I Aug. -Lashed by r Idling winds were reported from I J',.' .
hoard of county commlsslnera, Suwannee and Union, the countiesIn \tropical gain reaching/ veloclt; jakeland. fifteen miles west of I., ,
L. II, Hill chairman J. L, Underhill which the eradication program oHtimiitod at (linen ut fifty miles al Winter Haven, where the velocity 4 I.. '
J, O. Crews, and (I. W HlnRon. got under way last spring have hour, Oilandoand, central Flnrldi early tonight was approxlmatelyy- .'lV!I n I
\ Members of board of public shown decided Improvement, u review viewed the night with anxiety a 10 miles an hoar a

Inatrurtlon. L. W. Klckllter, MrsL of the monthly report will In- a2t__ t tj ii tile I wind showed no signs of abate MeiinwhllH, reports trickling u,:r,,1 I a; t'
II. III1I. District chairman No licate. lu Baker, T J. Taylor in iiiont ut nlKhtfall.. Power cut oft 'rom the country between the new
4, Public Welfare, Woman's Club: using forty-seven vats dipped 35- In tin city of Orlando In tnlilat dorm front and (the Atlantic told ,;I I I",

and Rev, O. P. Raymond pastor 244 head of cattle found twenty- NA i, Ifirnocin, wan "restored' ut dunk Itwins' )f half u dozen towns and com l.;. !I'' I' t qe
First flautist" church Starke one Infestations in thirteen herds .cllons of (Ille city all hnogt mtinltles vlolted by damage front I : p
Clay County: Members board of and is holding 15,559 tattle under llnemun reported; hat I many wirer the Ktoriim.KiuHlmmea. .I I, "' 11t1M
commissioners A. O. Shands. chairman quarantine. Dr. W. McPhersou In ware napped by falling trees. and experienced a 60f ,II, ; fFF er ;
and J, K.:: Larson, K. A, Kennedy Columbia county during the ,month 'crunches almost( an fast as the) mile wind this. afternoon, wrecking<< ''I'i 1''(
member of hoard of public: dipped 31,684 head. using fifty- were repaired ',wo residences, unroofing! BevertI i I
Instruction; Mrs.. J. O. Hall, chairman seven vats, and found seven Infestations No "casualties bad been reported buildings, breaking plate glass In '
Public Welfare committee, In seven herds and In boldIng ''n this suitidil tonlRlit, damage he attire) windows and uprooting tr es.,. j t
Woman's Club Green! Cove Springs 12,831 cattle under quaran ng conlliied to broken nhado trees 'Meager reports from Kt Cloud., I,I," ,' t..
P !M. Walrnth. mayor of Keystone tine A total of 39,314 head of fruit Ireeit stripped of budding about tAn mlle east of KIIII.lmt t ,

Heights: Mrs., J. I:. Larson, sattle; were dipped by 1 Dr. It. L. Corner Call and. Walnut street looking oust on Call. Outer sumo corner twenty yours ago. fruit and follugn and damage U :nnea, related that, I the houses h dlj !'
Keystone Heights; Rev. J. K. Brlnkman In Suwannee county Bottom view another scene of Cult -areel! looking west from Cherry :itreet\ The building I on the telephone, telegraph and power, been unroofed there and that por-jj'.1.'"I' ,
lUrtgfleld./ pastor First Methodistchurch during July with live Infestation lert occupy the old Commercial Hotel,,gllcLawtey wires More than :.100 telephoner Ion of the town were inundated ,
Green Cove Springs: and being found In the live herds. Six- --- --- ._ ----- ---------- -- wore out of commlHHlon: In Urtan )y waters blown out of Lake To.'
Mrs Mell C. Leonard superintendent ty-nine! vats are working/ and 14- Votes t f'U-H"SS; : I.'X ciihls; fIN'ITIii Andrews Building do. lopekallgu by the force of the :

Baptist Home for Children, 677 head of cattle .two. being held I TO M..;I.Tf\W4 Power Trouble' Writes. wind. I
Jacksonville. under quarantine. In the other The Florida Public Service Company Lake Okwt.liolx-e Rises. I
Thee meeting wits called to order county, Union, only one infestation School nondslI"I1II'lon Nears CompletionWork operating" high tension |iowtr Okeechobea, located at the II I
H. A. Green of the VJ '
by Mrs. Melt C. Leonard act- i as found as Dr. J. P. Mack dipped (jongrpBjmnu transmission' wires from Avor I lortbern tip of the great lake ol ,: '
Ing After reading second district, has been Invitedby Mouth, reported several thous- '
president the 14,985 head using twenty-six vats. EXrk, 100 mile hat name suffered r' "
of
of the minutes of the previous Dr. Mack Is Imoldlug-5,790 cattle IJrfriila" I Bond I Issue ForUlllloIllllr the chamber of commerce on I the new building on heavy wind along the entire lengtt i tad dollars damage: In the ''I 1(
meeting, Dr. F. H. Cavln. State under quarantine In that county.OrloTdo lly Jlentjr Majoiity Columbus Georgia; to attend a Call street opposite I tho courthouse of Its II lie... lilnpntches for the' ant night. Unofficial reports were I
Commissioner of Public Welfare, --- dinner to be given at the Ralston to be: occupied by the local Cord! company said It wan experlenclni hat eighteen Inches of rain ,
was Introduced. Dr. Cavin delivered -?40.000 new Central At the elections held Tuesday hotel August 14. The purpose of agency l hi Hearing completion, and trouble In\. transmission and that 'allfll t there. Luke Oknechobetk 4
l a very Instructive address, Christian church will be erected III Lawtey and Hamilton for the this meeting Is to organize the will be ready for occiinniiry within the power hud to bn cut In some one two feet, and tributary .Jf: 9
explaining\ the scope) and functionof I at southeast corner of Rldgewood purpose! of voting bonds for Improvement Chaltdhooochee Valley and Gulf another week. The List of the :'ocalltles due ,lo falling wires. Nc trauma were said to be piling out II'' ',
the work of his department, also ,avenue and Cat' cart street to tirtioof plants= lu the I association for the purpose of promoting concrete flours are being poured lerlous damage In any of the communities it their banks, carrying flood meat( ""I
outlining the proper procedure two towns, Lawtey voted, for the the commercial and Industrial thin week, and the large plate \ server by the tompan '.ce to thousands, of acres of crop. 'r" ,
for He stated the combined btAret of 3000., asa welfare of the territory which In 'lHkonl.<> anil llartow t I'
work n
county welfare bonds by a heavy majority,. while glum windows were placed position wan repoited. l L'
of ''minimum, a full time workercan will be benelUally affected by the "| IU k. and Bartow, bolt '' 1r
that there are three functions' the Issue wax voted down in lUmp- Wednesday.. Tim'! building U Truffle TIII-II < Lake Wales
the State Board of Public Welfare be employed by both counties, ton by an equally heavy majority.: coiiHumation. of u deep waterway a distinct credit to Kturke and U Deputy sherlffii In Orlando re tear Winter lUven, later felt the' ,, ,V 'i 1
oa follows, [ whose duty would be to supervise only four votes being cast lu favor project from New Orleans, Lu.. to advantageously located on the ported' at nightfall that automobile ,iffectH! of the storm, according t,|j \, e
i. The llacenalng of Institutionsfor school attendance, probation of bonds. Columbus.. (ja.He main business etreet of the town trafUc over the Cheney: highway eports from telephone compan>!| | I ::It j'
the care of children, health, relief of poor and alt other The amount of the proposed IK also in receipt of an Invitation and slate highway 13. mat from Orlando to the toast ,Hlclalu. who said that house I "j : :"
2. Institutional work dealing forms of public welfare to be car- bond IHBUO. 120.000( was to be fro pi Hon. J. Hamilton .. was being turned back at the Hreard vere unroofed lu Lake Wales b> I"I)
-
--
with delinquency problems !In.: industrial ried on In both counties. used for replacing the present Moore, president of the Atlantic -- / county lino. .Kfforts: to com \ 60-mile gale Barlow reported) ; IJ I .,
moved by lion A. O.Shands association, to ,11'IM; ICOM KO.ll n.\\u:
It Waterways : II:<;
was Deeper TltusvllU steadily Increasing':
with Cocoa. 40-mile gale
Ir.
homes, and the proper!>> wooden building In Hampton with musicale\ : l ,
chairman of Clay county attend a meeting of this association tbe coast by Values City was Isolated by thfj
management of the parole system, modern small school building, and Melbourne on ''I"
joardof commissioners, and car- a at Cape May, September 5, 41 I r. t
avail i1
in without itorm.
the various Institutions and Lawtey voted for an Issue"' of Solomon Kite alias Shed Martin telephone were
3. County organization, in -Hi led that a committee of three like amount' for additions, and 7 and 9. The.*" Invitations come escaped from a state prison Hundreds of anxious citizens be- Florida East Coast railway of' ,.'l dell
various phases with regard to.pub- rom each county Bradford and Improvements to its present brick In recognition of Judge Green'sactive road gang Sunday, the state prison' ielg.d the newspaper and telegraph Iclals said that Ienansvllle, I .It
lic Welfare lay, be appointed to analyze the Interest In the developmentof board at Tallahassee announced' offices for news In other loalltl function point village on It. Lake :
The meeting was thrown open iltuation In said counties; study structure.Work will start on the Lawtey our natlo '. waterway, and bo Tuesday A tota of six prisoners : s, while Mayor L. M Autreyof 3keechoh line probably ha<) ,'Ir, ,
for a round table discussion. Sta. .he needs and ascertain the building a\* Boon lilt the l legal stated, he would. If possible, attend nHcapcd from different camps on Orlando ordered members ol been Inundated: by the heavy raiaal If ,.
Malice were given, relative to the imount of mopey available and to phase of the bond Issue has been the meetings. that day. Kite wan serving/ ovary city deportment: to slant IE: |.j "t ('.,....t Hurt : j
not It Is S
amounts that have already been lelermlne whether or settled. Mom: Ton.\r sentence of three years and one readiness to offer a..81I1t"ce. l / any Before turning from the eaateriihor
'jest for a worker to be employed. of where It might :h e land, the hurricane wracke4<) I
expended by Bradford and Clay -- -- The Telegraph has on exhibit month for alleged larceny an Community v
counties' for mother's pensions, The members of the committee are Pemtacola -Importation! of ba fine tobacco leaves wutoniubllo from Waitkulla county. needed. damage esllmateC Into the million\ !, E t
week
etc. Also the amount of appropriation M follows: Bradford; Mrs. L. H. nanas on large scale planned for- thin some the Dyul In addition to thin sentence, one WinterHaven Htru k. -f dollar, chlefy to build In,. Uhe : ,
from Truman
lu
for the coming year. It l te (Illl. O. W. Alderman and Rev. O.p port of Penuaeola In near future brought; of eighteen months was imposed After hammering at communl cities of Yore Beach, Stuar* "i, :,
Raymond; Clay, Mrs. J, ,,0. place near Orahnm. The leave and to the ezten j ,: I" ,1
estimated that the amount of $6.- and of fine texture and on him In Marlon county. where ties In the sparsely settled sect -.J1Iof and Fort Pierce "
mill of largo t rI
800 has been the two Mall and two others to be selected. Perry--Large hardwood are roitvlcted of breaking and Kant Central Florida the stora: live citrus" groves, especially IJ', ,
spent by from h<* was .
runningat :Mr Dyat reports a good yield < .f
12 SO( Wilson Lumber Company River section. 1
counties: for all forme of public: Meeting adjourned at : p.Ax. full capacity. tile acreage planted. entering merged: tonight to sweep Winter the rich IndMn ', ,...r',
welfare during the past year. With !" ';
,



.. ,b ,_r _4,., ... ,_ ..... ,_ ,.... '_.-.n.: ,,- -- _." _RM... .. ,' ."'M.... _"" .... I"_ r;;:w a.:::: :: F".L- f-:;&.
--,------_. --.---..--M ,'"



s- _

.________ -- ---- -----






.

-- ___..__._____.__ ..____.___ _____--rmAnronn: ; _COUNTY_TKI-KflRAPH.. STAnraj! FLORIDA. .__ ________ F I .U., ArGt"ST 1/1. ., ."....""..

appeared In the dally press of the WKSTEHN VXIO3T TO 'for the distance: from .Bay Roberts scale The Staton Z "

L4 W. B. Gunn Takes Baptist \WitnessiNit 26th Inst!' and the recent utterances I 11n Boudoirland I ',.\\' WOni-D'H SPKKOIESTIV: to Horta. bulb Gardens are now FIt|IUH. ,""rt!

of Bishop Candler of the tJU': ATLANTIC'A Operation of the new cabl will ping asters Mr. Stanton 'h'l' -

Methodist church. I WITH be under the moat improved methods set out about 2,000 I ,\ III.

To Task For .. Yours truly I, of automatic printing 'tele past February, from plan, ". ',
Religo-Polito'Views Jz4 wu) ,, ,,
W. B. GUNN, Li new cable-the fastest!' In the graphy, the sending operators, are row 'making shipments Ih.,

-Live Oak Democrat.AMrTHRK world- --will be laid In August!' 'transmitting from a typewriter lime -week.. The ,

",' ,) -- making' this inaue. ". from Newfoundland l tp the Axores I keyboard and the ,messages 'being .,fIr,. beautiful, With Mte ".""I T
: WE ARK AOAWHT A I. N%ITU G4M)I) HIGHWAY a van.," '
r We could write many columns on 'by the Western Union Telegraph received at the distant 'end on colors, purple, red, white ,, "

: this subject but we wt&h our readers Company. bringing the total num- automatic typewriters e .11111 ,"?,

And because he. following the'nrneptsnce to get the views of other editors One of the most important high'; ber of Us rabies In the North At- ______ S A program expansion ,, ,

of the Democratic party and individuals throughoutthe ways lit Florida Is state road No. lantic to ten The )latest addition With the government preparedto 'will Include gas; service WII", "
rIll .
: in its platform a plank to enforce. country. 28-.Lake City to Bunnell via to the Western Union network Is start preliminary dredging on towns between Sanford .II.
s Lake Butler Starke and Palatkat: I any considerable stretch of the ban.. aim I o.land )
been
-eighteenth amendment came Our front page snIde I this I to be completed and in operation announced by p L
)1t It provides a abort rut: between the middle East!: Coast Canal as soon as the Scoot :
) pout Immediately with this slatement week Is that great editorial of Mr. by of September.A manager of the '101nfnra 1
Weat Florida and the f.ast'CORst:: required 600 foot right-of-way is Gas '
: Company. Work
Rlchnrd If. Kclmnnau.. editor of the I novel principle of electrical 00 males
and below Beach anda I secured commissioners of the
at Daytona canal -
"It la -well known that I believe Manufacturers Hecord. It has appeared engineering': known as "taperpdloading" and Improvements l III the Sanrorn
short route to I lb. east count for district are concentrating their
generating: plant ?
there should be fundamental In many others papers.- developed In the Research which. win
motorist the state at Lake i efforts toward securing easements tug
h changes In the present provisions i Baptist Witness. entering Laboratories of the Western pty Deand and Intermedlat. 'tlwQp

(or national prohibition City.Little Union, la incorporated In the from abutting landowners and acquiring as well as Sanford. will be started

/, .' !; While I fully appreciate that tbeae publicity has been givento new cable. This innovation will title to the canal property next week .and completed b> jan

,s 'changes can only be made by the Live Oak Fla., July 27,1928 the progress of construction on permit it to be worked "duplex." which has already been purchased. uary I, 1928. "The entire ,'n.. '

'a., people themselves through their Mr. P. L. Johnston this road which was begun a year or at full rapaclty'slmultaneously A. D. Whitman e who came to I the expansion program will be'hi'
Editor and ManagerThe but to the Putnam I
ago, a report tween :$70.000
: elected legislative representatives, .tn either direction.! Thanks to : and $80ouo"
MAKING FAT ..ACE8 THIN Hardee county from northern Indiana Bald
Baptist Witness commerce
of
chamber from
;Mt.7b ; 4 f.el It to be the duty of the cbosr4Ut county "tapered loading." at least ten Mr. Scott. Of that amount
fifteen appro
L 218 W. Church Street, the state road department within Ho Imperfect forty-six ever regained 'years ago, reports imately $40,000
leader of the people to point will be
JacksonvilleFlorida.. the laat few days indicates the tier scbool girl lunj*as by pushing a separate messages may be transmitted the gross sale of $8,685.92 worthof expended
L4 the way which in his opinion leads I rabbits loon across fcer cnMksv over the cable at the same strawberries and vegetablesfrom in Installation of a new gas gener

4L 4 iff 'a .eane, 'sensible eolation of a building of the highway Is proceeding But.: more than one I'OUDdfacedatrl time, five Incoming and five outgoing bis ten-acre tract of land atlng ,unit in the Sanford plant

j; ; condition which I am convinced Jsentirely Dear Sir: at a remarkable pace and baa successfully cosmetized an I near Wauculla last winter. to take care of the Increased -II,),
that will be to traffic be-
L31 unsatisfactory to the great it open aspect of slanderneM Into her chubby ume of consumption.
mass of our people." I am just in receipt of the Witness tween Lake City and Palatka by check by correctly using her powder Unprecedented growth of cable a e _
-Issue of the 26th tnst., and fall. It will reduce the distance puff ana hal brtuti.bar Up stick eyebrow traffic between the United States Contract' : has been let by the Clorida's deer hunting season

,::4.dpiIi; < And again becauxe of his ap- was very much surprised to find between the two points by more pencil and all toe rest. and Europe and Africa makes the Manattee county commissioners will open August ,let and continue

.p lntment of John J. Raskob, therein the editorial captioned: than fifty miles. The status of Any of you women who "'ooktoo new cable necessary despite the fnr nnnqtrtirtlnn nf the-- -nine- -- mllAS----- for the duration of the mmnh ...
chairman of the finance commitnOURF. fat can go a long way towards reducing tart that In the Duct four the '
"We are Against Al Smith." NaturallY construction at present follows: years of Bayshore road near Bradenton. all counties except Waukulla : State;

'I : ; .Lee at the General Motors Company anyone not a member of Columbia county, 10 miles, 100 your that navy the trick"looks"of remembering company has laid two new permal- Bids for the work were received Game Commissioner J. B Royali

j 1if : "1, who has this to say: (the Baptist church, (the organ of per cent: completed. ]IM In creating vertical"looking"lines In you thin loy or "magic metal" cables in the July 2nd, but owing to the number announces. 'Deer, however
.an opportunity of performing the Baptist church in Florida) Union. county, 13.9 miles!' 100 lace. Try these few boudoir hints: Atlantic with a capacity of 1,500 submitted and the time requiredby be taken only on Fridays and Saturdays

some constructive service would assume that you were per cent completed.Bradford First: with regard to your coiffure. and 2.COO letters a minute, respectively the engineers to tabulate them for that month, and onh

:. by helping relieve the country of speaking authoritatively for the county, 22.05 miles, Tou will find you can give you or about five times the the contract letting was postponed by huntsmen who hold 1928. .

the tunable affliction of prohibition. Baptists of Florida. To correct 98 per cent completed. round face an almost oval aspect b, speed of old type cables. until a few days ago. hunting licenses provided by the

i, Oov Smith has taken a this Impression I Putnam county 27 miles 90 arranging your hair to emphasize you The new cable, manufaoture'of e department.
t I must Insist that
courageous stand on that Important forehead and minimise your.-weil. 81', Madison Enrprlae-Recorder says
i you assume personal responsibility per cent completed. ah-cheek. Wear It: entirely off I which Is now almost completed, S
; .- question and I accepted the you few people realize that In Madison Tallahassee-Third of million
,cbance to help him. for Its appearance, and that you I..........,.............. forehead or. part It: and coif It: *n New will give( direct connection from la now the beginning of what IB dollars worth of hotel apartment
refrain from further use of its columns that the part make. a definite break York to Oermany, Italy and
: flow who of us with any convic to express your personal HAMPTON In your balr-lln. Also be careful ut. Africa with automatic relays at going to prove a big Industry for house rooming' house and reman

I $ton' whatever about the prchlbl- fedlngH. : : wave your side-pieces about your fac Bay Roberts Newfoundland and that section, that of growing flowers rant buildings were authorized m
r1 tion law : or engage; in political controversies Miss Ada 1'1'' ...... Co. for the market on large .
a Florida
t- can stand for such bunk? ) or ston my subscrlotlon. so a* to conceal the ear-part of yow at Horta In the Azores. during May.
: r Is It rot enough to make any'good I am member of ..-.-.-.-..- .-.........- ...- .- .. cneek The
a the decision of the Western
i : Democrat pull from tile Baptist S8CODd. there 1m the matter nl Un- -

. .&Il e i ;. party so far an national away politics In church-a won of a Baptist minister Mrs. M. 1. Johnnon and daugh- make-up. In a previous artlcla X nav< ion to lay tbe new 'cable It Is ;!' "':,_. .5,!, -

I concerned T and was taught tolerance tier, Miss Thelma, who liave been explained bow applying: rouge In triangular pointed out, constitute an eloquent -

from the cradle; respect for the attending the University of Florida areas, high and well back ob answer to suggestions that ."; JI: .I..' "
a ; Who bolted the party anyway? opinions and rights of others; that ,, spent the week-end with Mrs. your cheeks, will slenderize a fuJi radio la making Inroads upon the I.i, ._. .. .' "./ ." ".' J Play

4 I Dlfl not Smith and his bunch"bolt" there were only two clearly defined Johnson's. brother Thomas F. face. cable business. Far from dropping f I I' ; .5'
"
r Third the lips. There is nothing 11-\1\ II/'I",
the
k Who party platform? I rights: natural and acquired. Brown, after which they returnedto more facially fattening than a broad on, cable traffic generally is booming /', / ,, tr DGE
Is ;
the Democratic .
party Tbe natural rights accrue to us byrMrth their home at Mt. Dora. mouth. Hence the Importance ol each successive year showing \ : r"; .. S .... A

':,... T .. Anyway? Is It controlled by Tarn-, as free men, and acquired Miss Thelma Sullivan and'Kathryn making up only tne center being a substantial Increase over that .. \''i ""J/,.,,)). ;1 ,:', .1 v .. ';'->- r

many there In New York City, or Is rights' are lawfully obtained. Weest, accompanied by their careful to emphasize your cupid's bow preceding. Since beginning of the >-- .' ? ,,m 4f)3z-aa by

it still a southern Institution? Therefore, I concede to you your cousin, David Moore of Theressa and arcb your under-lip. World War, cable traffic has more 2' / .: ;;

.. Prom now on to the finish the natural right to suffrage and If spent lust Sunday in Green Cove Fourth the eyes. Shadow the eye- than doubled figures for the / (( Wynne Ferguson

::; Florida Baptist Witness will join you see fit to exercise that right Springs. lids with elongated triangles of brown Western Union alone being 37- flf!!!
.pr : Amfcor of 'PRACTICAL AUCTION nRiDOE'
blue .
with the other southern or eye cream (according to thecolor .
Baptist by supporting the party of Doheny, Mrs. D. W. Moore left lost Sun- 972.000 words for 1913 as against ....
of and outline -
wlttj 5--
? your eye: ) ,
1 4 paper, Methodist and other -
U. religious Fall, Sinclair. Vare of Pennsylvania day for Clearwater, where she mascara. ....., ., _tlt"'" 93.000.000 words for 1927. The ;4.0; : 11..t. 1 1i7. bl ITuvle.Jr.
1' members of the press In Smith of Illinois, and the recently will visit her children, Cecil and latter figure officials estimate

... .'- (an be endeavor facts. to give our readers notorlus negroes, Howardof Miss Daisy Moore. daughter, Miss Caroline are visit- comprises approximately one-half ARTICLE No. Joff

4tt. Mississippi and Davies, of Georgia Mr. and Mrs. J, P. Summers and ing Atlanta Stone Mountain, Ga., the total volume of foreign com
t Many of our morning papers are in opposition to the party of son, Carlua. of Miami are the and other points of Interest this munications transmitted by all cable l \':' ? Me;" hoi won' the llrst* game, : With Hand No. 4, the player can'

!' : ( coming out with sob stories how Jefferson, Jackson, Wilson and : guests of Mrs. Summers' mother, week. and radio companies 'doing xv.'i': : era tho nvuhcr.intical. olilill that It rake at least twice. It contains slurs

.I, :, We should stand by the party. We those present day southern Chris- Mrs. J. P. Sullivan. business In the United States. wi'l til** M\in tho rubber! game? TliiaqiK quick trick strength than Hand No. J.
Will see. They appeal to us not to tian gentlemen Fletcher ot Florida The '" S )Mrs. Thomas F. Brown and son, tion linn. been tho source of nrguIn | and the same number of trumps.These
public school opened ere Garden business Asked what effect the radio has ?n: tvliorrvcr otiction however valuable
listen to under current talk George of Georgia were visitors to players gather, trumps are not so
; i :'t They say we will not come out In of Robinson last Monday with ninety-three pupils Gainesville this week. had upon cable business! Mr. New- but:. tW in-ulu'm.uif are all of one in Hand No. 3 because Hand No. 4
Arkansas and Harrison of Mississippi in attendance The teachers comb Carlton. President of the m.iu'! Tlwy churn that the si id le which rontaiiuione heart. The hand however,
; the open. How much more plain, you may do so without selected for this year, are: Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Dirt were Western Union said Ilia won the fir't game!' has a three-to- should.! be worth at least five,and possibly .
41-? must it be put than to say we Are criticism from me. Provided how- Lonnie Futch of Lawtey principal transacting business In Starke recently ; oie: cli.imc: to v.'in the rubber game. six tricks with spades as trumps.

against Al Smith and give our reasons ever, you do not do so through the Mrs. Thomas of Tullahaiixee first last Monday.Mr. "Radio has increased the volume That fact is undoubtedly true and can
?' Frankly we believe that columns of communications,.stimulated be rroxen by actual computation if Problem Hand No. 1
of the Witness in which assistant, Misses Louise Pitts of and Mrs. O. K. Prince of
nvany of these good dallies will service and developed becauseof '.tau .tc... by any of our readers Such "
: re- have Hearts K
you no acquired right. Your Lawtey. and Thelma Sullivan of Tampa, and Mrs. DeWitt spent last : 9,8,7,5
: L :. .r.. their front the terminal delays on connecting proof, however, should extend over a
.q 7 and come out iri Clubs- K, 9.5.3 : Y :
UHMumptlor of the
right to use the Theresa In charge of the Saturday with their cousin Mrs. l
primary large number of
rubbers
.. v...a!. open and stand for the right thing. columns of the Witness would bea grades. Jennie Iloper. V government land wires. On the ; otherwise ItwouM Diamonds- none : A B :
The teachers all rot be fair
are experienced a tent.
other band cable traffic has Spades- 8 5 :2 Z ;
Talk about standing for rIghts ma- Q, ;
usurpation, If you please. ,and come to us highly Mrs. J. G. Lamoreaux has returned This thrie-to-tme chanre to uin the
? If these terially increased between points
4& great daily papers will In conclusion, I commend to recommended. The outlook for a to her home here drier a where cable control the rubber hourvcr hold true onlybe No score rubber game. Z dealt and IK!

. i hi lome out and back the enforcement your consideration the letter by successful term. : of school l I" very vUlt with her cousin in Jackson companies fore the cards are dealt for the next one no-trump. A and Y passed. B
of laws, that would have pre Dr. John D. Mell, president of the; promising. ville. terminal facilities such as In 'deaL When these! cards are dealt and doubled and Z:named. A bid two hearts

c. : .! vented Al Smith and his gang from Georgia Buptlut convention, which ; Great Britain, France, Italy Belgium one tilot'&lr the other is sure of a game, Y passed and B bid three diamonds. If
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Delk-and:
lek '. 1 Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watternon and Germany." llie cdtN. change of course. If the sidev'hci Z passed what should A now bid?
,
.. were shopping in Gainesville last The new cable is being manufactured : has won a game has another Analysis:A should bid three spades.B's .
uamc hand it is win
certain to the rub-
..v" Wednesday.Mr. by the Telegraph Construction indicatedthat .
double of
U-r. If it has one no-trump
.IT ,,' > '"+; ; ":', > ", and Mrs. Williams and Mr. 6 Maintenance Company, ty. It mulct chcose a chance between to take the a certain penal he was prepared for a spade bid.

: : : :'i and Mrs. Webb who hurve been London makers of tbe first successful riji Lt-r and a penalty with the knowl- A bid the heart suit, in preference to

visiting Mr. and Mrs. 1\(. L. and Atlantic cable, laid by Cyrus ntje'! .thnt if it takes the penalty it still the spades, because. he held five heart
and When B bid tints
', ,1 '.. Mij J, W. Watteraon, have return- Field in 1866. It will be laid tins a tliree-to-one; chante 'to.win theru'jber. only fourspades. ) thathedidui'g
irdieafcxl
41 diamonds However he
,
; .
If, however the
aide which lea
edto their by the 8. S. "Dominla, largest
: ) i-a home In North Carolina. varruj behind want the heart bid. He muit,
t : : ', q cableshlu afloat which recently ''iuidt1i odd> pick u.iinBt* up a sure game therefore,be prepared for the spade bid.
; it and
: ; ., llev. Lewis or Waldo will was putin commission by the Con- ia chances of winning; the disappear rubber are J In the actual hendA bid three spades
: !
: and scored four odd. Boon the lookout
tHriirtinfi
Cnmnanv.
: curtly
now even if it chooscit
__
C preach at the First DaptJstcnru'n 10 tike: _
-- n n
," for such hsnta n e frenuentlv you
h : The "Domini with th. completed its'suite! famv, v.rv
t tI t1 .5. or jiainpton next Sunday cable on board. will leave '[ho (,,1'1... i-onnia'ff.-eil: are' theoretical ran gei-: twtter "results on your second
I fi i 98: 'S 2 morning/ and evening. only: am) inteniliM! bid answer to an informatory double
rS.HSe 4 London about August Br and pro- sea sunlit before the
.. K. 1). Prevatt ecrdu than you d lo-on your first.
i it. i S 5 ; and family, who ceed to the Azores. Off Horta, she are dealt. After they are dealt
have been located In the Priest ami the &nli* a same/ behind has a game
IS S will begin a series of deep sea Problem Hand No.2
hand it hlio.il-l realize
that in
cottage near the takjiig
s t public school
%' \ 'S building have recentlylocated soundings which will continue to tli" rer.nlty it I 11: Riving up not only a Hearts J.9,8, 7,5.2i
1Utr w? tbe In Bay Roberts. These sounding are sure gime but also an even chanre fortiuruliburandnotannetorhreechame. I Y J Clubs-7
: bungalow near the Standard necessary because the) Newfoundland : : An : Diamonds- A, K, 7

filling: station. Azores route being a new one Thffc ure the mum points to con- t Z .i Spade A, 10, S

Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May and Mrs. for cables, la virtually)) unexplored !sivk-r at nny uric and the practical WI"Y.I
1r W. If. Maxwell spent last Sunday .10 tal.e advantage of the mathematical. I No tlCor first game. Z dealt and 1 bid
t. i. u In St. Augiixtlne. and before a cable can be laid the fait that th*side winning the first game one heart sad A doubled. If Y passed,
mountains and valley and :iplalna laj: n thrce-to-on chance what should B doi'
ffI4c4: :: Mrs. J. C. Thomas and Mrs. C. to win the I
of the ocean bed must be charted 'rubber
P. Banner of Valdosta game. : Analysis: B should pass. lie ha, a
have i
Q ,
,.s'ri been recently almost as carefully as the route of In a pit-ceding article tt was pointed fine hand and six hearts so should l feet

__ ___. Jt visiting here. a new railway. It is expected that I'M hilt a player should not assist liUairule's confident! of defeating the one heart
1h ..5"s..s.'S -e \S :t5' Mr. and Mrs. .T. B. Kenuard, who data of much value to science will < suit bid unless he hold the bid. Don't be afraid to pass an inlor .

; have been located, for several be gathered .as a result of these probability of at ler.st four trick with ma tor y double of one, either in t
-.4.- years In the) Gould pottage on tli.it: suit ue trump. If liP held hve 'suit or no-trump, if you think you call
t U Main Ktrnet have' recently moved soundings. tdc$. he could raise twice and so on. defeat the bid. Big penalties are frequent
$ J to their farm Alachua With the course plotted the To do to, liouvvrr, he should also hold ty obtained in this way. In tnurtual .
; They were county. "Dominla" will start paying out i.t l?jst ;three:! ..m.ll trlJmps or two loa band U passed and defeated th,

c11 ( citizens nroiwl neighbors' and cable at Bay Roberts and proceedby high honor. The tricks required.l could one heart bid by I wo trick*:-200 point*
I : .mul; are greatly missed the shortest practicable routeto be either: .arc and kings, or trump

:i hare.llev.. Horta. The heavily armored trrength,or the ability to trump a short Problem Hand No.3.
and Mrs.!' Pi; M. Taylor were or nuHMng. suit. The' following hands
4k'S
b shore-ends will be laid 1 Heart*- S
by the
.. -- business visitors tn KtnrhA, .lne..... were given not example Your partner
.... Y .Ct.h7
:
------- -_"'- l -"" ....r _iJ''_ -Wllll.'_ -- -- Western Union cable-u ___ ._ *nnlf>..".ttf n"Cyrus 11 theul'oIler. Kufa, rrn...rvJ'trf o n.i ....n".1 '
I (Y Y'S .. .e Atw/.a.......".....;.Os Monday.Miss Field." "r--- -up t and bids two hearts.. Should- ; : A B : D nd.-IO,9,7,6,5.4,2
..41w4 !' Marjorie you raise Z 10 7. 6No
Johns who han : :Sp.ades-Q, ,
Ji:1 .5 been spending several Not permalloy but "mumetal" ".ourp.Jtlnt'r. twil and, if eo, how many .
? I I days wild will be used for "loading" the new ti.m-a? score rubber dealt,bid on*
her mother game.
Mrs. Annie Johns of land No. 1
?TME4 cable. This is an alloy)) of nickel no-trump and A doubled. If Y paswJ'
U 4' Jacksonville rteurned to her and Iron very similar to permal U'artl1, 10, 9, r what should B bid
home here last Clubs-A 8
Monday.( 4
.t loy. The "loading" process consistsof Diamojnls 9 Anolysit:.B should bid two diamonds.
Ir'z S 7 J
,
DWQ
iI .LVZ' Fishing haa been exceptionally: wrapping a small wire of JXldea- 8, 5, :2 As a general rule,the spade suit shouldbe
S
preferred to a minor suit in answer,
"mumetal"
good about the
around
Tavares copper conductor -
I' the past few Hand No. 2 to an informatory double, but not in a
1 1I weeks. Tuesday thus increasing the electrical ,
afternoon L. ltaJ'lorlllJ Heart case where the hand contains even diamondsand -
*-
and Hill Thomas went out to Inductance of the cable and Ch.lbs-A f.9,7 only four spades. If A should
F 6 2
Lake Harris and landed two big consequently the speed at whichIt Diamonds- K overbid two diamonds with two no-

ones weighing 10 1-3 pounds and may be operated. Spades 7,6hand (.1.4.3 trump or two hearts or three clubs, I B

8 pound They also landed several Under the "tapered loading"procedure I should then bid) three spades. Such budding

J iI smaller-ones.. ,, the middle sections of No. 3 would indicate exactly four spade
and sax or more diamonds.
''f' the cable will be heavily treated Ilorts-none

I ,. '';>'T,, RELIEF FROM CURSE with "mumetal," the loading being Clubs-K,7,4,2: Problem Hand No. 4
Diamonds-A
10
7 3
< :2
,
: diminished toward the ends '
;.. \\OF CONSTIPATION- and the final 160 miles toward, 'SpadesIIO,8.7lland Clubs Hearts--7,2 K:, 10, 8, "

i f! either terminal consisting/ of ordinary No.4 Diamonda9,7, 3
rIr' PLcc+itA*) Battle Creek physicIan says, unloaded cable. It Is this Hearts- 7 Spades 8, 7, ofZ:

;li : "Constipation; Is responsible for graduation which makes possibleto Clubs-K. '. JZ: -

b.Le =.:.===t ..... ...,_ .... more misery! than any other operate the cable Diamonds-A.,8, 5 I yr. :,
at
f-3 i=$ cause." full capacity Spades- *.*_*. A. B
J. OP CHARM WITH tars the living in two directions 8,7.5,3 ... .
room, which has a and practical at the : Z
v # A CONVENIENT FLAX large fireplace. There Is a sun* combining many But Immediate relief has been same time. Analysis: With Hand No. 1, the ,

porch connecting with the living: good features and preserving an found. A tablet railed Rexall orderlies The route from Newfoundlandto player should pa.s. There i ia not the No score first game. Z dealt bid one
}
a Jb !{By K. C. Hunter & Bro, ArchU., room and the well arranged and artistic exterior at the same time. has been discovered. This the Azores, rather than direct i probability of four tricks in the hand dub A bid one spade and Y and Upo
when
tII New tablet attracts water spades are trumps, *o the hand I ed.Z doubled and A bid two spvle-
York City.) very compact stairs lead up from The laundry, heating plant, etc. from the system from New York, was chosen be- 1 does! not contain a sound V and If A
B
Into raise. and Z doubled.
1t ,There Is something notably good the the lazy, dry evacuating pawed
g f living room. cause it affords With
may be found in the cellar. greater flexibilityand Hand No. 1, the player should puscd. what should Y bid
bowel .
I ..!bout called the colon.
this house, a certain grace The second The water of The hand
I floor economy service and pass. contain
rooms are This house should havfj"a greater enough quick AmalytUs Y )heart.
lot
should bid three
loosens
K of line-good character. I grouped about small ball; The with a frontage not less. the dry food waste and speed of operation. The-distance trick strength to justify a raise but it Zs double; under the condition *e<

,? : The proportions the details, the three bedrooms and the tiled bath SO feet. A frontage of 55 than.feet causes a gentle thorough, natural from New York to Horta is contain-only two null spad_and is, forth show that he !t. prepared lor a bid

materials and the color sceme all all connecting with It. There are would be better. movement without forming a habit 2,328 miles; that from Bay Roberts therl'fore1 With Hand strong enough for a raije. of three diamonds three heart if 1"!.

_____ r iHierlt attention since all bare been numerous closets on this floor Complete vorklng. plans or ever Increasing the dose. to Horta la only 1,341 miles. raise at leant twice.No. J It, the player ca partner'haat leat four io either cuit.

_ ,mo t thoroughly studied. those necessary adjuncts that help specifications for this and Stop suffering from constipation. : By Inserting: an automatic relay at trick: strength and four contains quick If not, lie should bid four clubs. pnJ<**
: 'There is a small vestlbale with so much to house may Chew a Rexall Orderlte at night, Bay Roberts be trumps. These in biaopmioN the two spade bid can be
keep one's house In or- be obtained fro a nominal and Horta the new trumps can ui d in trumping the defeated. four
: two coat closets Just inside the en- der. from the building editor. sum Next day bright. Get 34 for 25c today cable may be worked tbe entire heart mil.*o the hand contains at leut Marts to the In tciagaad this hand.chance Y b s to de-
Refer no
'l trane e door. From there one en- This house Is truly attractive to House II-A-138. at the nearest llexall Drug length from New York to Berlin five powibly. sis Jtncks with spades l al fist IN two spade bid. Tberef* ..
Store -
or to Rome at the maximum speed trump -j---- .i Hut Ud three =}

-t--- ... .. bartfe2: ..i***

"





_ ,../- ."'". .., ...... ... __ . ., :- ,
'''v'- #/._.... ".0' ,_ __ -- ----q. .... .5.



.. .. .- : L. .
-" "' .
"
-- '-'- ". I


,
AVGVgT ao 10214- ,
rR'(1'-\Y.( BRADFORD COtn\'TY ':1EIItIRAPII STAnn; nonm.\ ''PAGE'l'BR'
_.__.. .U'. .
=---- .... -- ----- 4
I ._n 1 - ._ ". ._ .
..-' merit. of agriculture show. The raised-both '
.. WHO PAYS properly front ti physical I I
total'revenue from field and truck and moral standpoint, Is not .

News of Florida in Short Paragraph crops, fruits and nut, miscellaneous One of the most Interesting apt'to' go-nMrfly' And It rs therefore For TheTVIen! !r
farm sales live, stock and points brought out nt A meeting a Rood Investment for any countyto Who Are :: t''

purebred rattle In Polk county held recently to consider the matter see that.!Its children get the advantages Fighting YOUR Campaign I
was 12324820. or over $2,000.- of 'of duetttlon and home
hiring welfare work In
000 more ahead of the runnerup a training. This cannot be done I .,hI.....
State Bradford and Clay counties was o5 Courage tAlfred ; !
[Live NewsTOLD county Hlllsborough< the fart that paupers and delinquents adequately without someone whose l' 11 "

were an expense on the business, It hi to see to all COMf'Sthat'lI"d E. Smith-"the man who has oncemoreputapremiumoncouragelnAmerican t ." : ; ;

'I'dlatka-Four mn were lodgedIn community and'it the community attention and such n I

the Putnam county Jail Wednesday shirked Its responsibility to care worker ran save any county many public life". Courage: Ability! Honesty) l'' t ""U'; t "

I BY OUR EXCHANGES morning, following a sensational for such It simply fooled Itself: times her notary In the children A man whole! word means achievement i' '! hAnd
all night chase which but still paid. she lutes from wrong: tendenciesto ,
with :hlm a 'man of'the same f fibreIII -I

"- .. -., ....,_ 0 started where they at the are Bostwlck alleged posloCnce to have, used The to fact care that for those tax money in need Is does not{ It right.Is to-be hoped ,that Bradford and equal courage<<=:, Joe T. Robinson ""I, ',: ",, I
looted and Clay counties will togetheron Help us spread their words everywhere. ,
the establishment of Postmaster not relieve the tax from get; '
payers
locates lore burled beneath J. T. this all-Important matter and It is: :your campaign. Yes --.everybody's.YourDollarsVVilIHclpBroadcasttheHonestythe. I :,, .i s
Hancock ,
seas, of -80 In paying and In most cases they pay : : t'
recently .
ids. arrived here I, or ,
that the children Ii
see are protected.At'Iu '
currency a large
number of
atirted ; his vessel more than when the work Is donein
; Pieces of Eight: stamps tires, cigarettes and a an organized way and with the for the counties to choose! j .. h'
"locating"
Ilee1c" design, was also equipment with unique number of other articles from the I' official sanction of'the authorities between using a few dollars to see Splendid Ability and the Fearless Leadership 41 ': :j r. i '

an (' a sunken him. He combined postofflco and filling The meeting In mind 'had representatives .\ that the children are properly of the Most: Talkedl-of Men in America 1. : /i"i' ; ,
Florida ; Fort Pierce Spanish vessel! station. Those held Are Ted Wllklnson ftom both counties brought up or many more dollars ./, ; :. ,I
,
Ject' for, and which salt!: he is now plans being''to Moseley of Palatka.and Daniel Harry.Hall Mosley Arthur of commissioners and from both school and those board who and to Benll'th..m In '-life. to The the bill! penitentiarylater has to be ALFRED E. SMITH fi ,':: ': 1'( } ;

other !such "burials'* Jacksonville.Inverness. paid but each 'community can Joe T. Robinson i '.
.
poke to the subject acknowledgedthe I'
the, Florida coast, which, he .. necessity of seeing 'that the choose! the method of paying. 'I''I't i \'f ., ,,D'' +!'r',

tl'rlnp"A are numerous.. I -Pour election officials children of both counties had a i Clay County Times. Send Your Contribution NOW-SnuiII or Large to i'; 1: l' :
Tampa of chance and that 'In neither TnantrfT ,. y, :
Citrus county, Benlng'ri county I p t,1
[ TallahaM'f'lIty four auto Indefinite sentence could 'this be adequately done by The Cwwwnt Clty'I" Company, ," '
for
(
here, accidents occurred at grade of court, growing out of contempt their .refusal present methods. C. It. Cash -owner I I. now constructing DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE j I'd ,
ed ; during 1927: the current 'modern I lea ,
a storage
to recount votes past In precinct The\ present pauper or pension 1779 Broadway, New York City I sM.ir.11d..tan.N.gTh.Tu.nrD..w..rr .t 'fil
.
report of .the .
Tampa Florida rail plant, the capacity which Is expected '
Ion Is administered
three, In the June primary approprlat of each county NortonI Cmrtmiartepent j; / i
bonds commission shows. The Sea In to take care of local needsfor ( :
changed a haphazard mann..rthat t
their.minds and be-
today "
-+- -- Ii
age Air Line railroad, with 33 gan a retabulatlon In the county tends to pauperize rather than Horn*'time. In connection with .! ,"!' ",, ..'f-...
1l mishaps was the railroad the expansion- Is also 'il I w; 1' q, :
to help the'rp'lplentA and It company
courthouse according to Sheriff WAS Sunday here with Mr. and C1?t :ii / }.."
St Involved The Atlantic Coast Bowden. Their the opinion of the gathering that Improving Its delivery service daughter, Miss Mary of Plant .
decision: to re- Mrs. .
gerlcs and Florida East Coast re- .J.V. Lewis spent several days here the : "< ) ."
check, came as a surprise to officials a paid worker would be a great asset .. .. .. .. lIue: \ ;; 'I
.. .0. .NNNI .
r nine each and the Atlanta here, as their attorneys had and economy to both counties. Mr. Clyde Kelly and Mr. EimerSluices of Mr. nnd Mrs.! J. W. 'Lewis .,I' 'l' ,

to take St. Andrews Bay, Georgia. Intimated the case would be takento There l lit no use to dodge: the Issue ZIFF tended. the .show at Slarke Mrs t.V.. Dyal spent seve'' ; 11 ),

and Alabama and Louis the state supreme court! snd+'If Clay as welt'all Bradford .. ..1'0.' Opal Lewis, Cor.Zlff .. Saturday: night days of last week here with )< ; ,I I f' ,
again, and Nashville one each. necessary( the guartet' would county has paupers, delinquentand Mrs. Ik'Utha Starling and IIU IecluuRhtl'r. !parnts, Mr. and Mrs J. W. Lewi, .f'# 1
lien l in prison until a,ruling was remain undernourished children and .... .......... ......NN Selma, of Cooler Pond, Mia Mary Williams of Fa''l- : {' ..(:

lay In al"kIonvllleAddlt! mili handed down In the case. mothers who are unable to .properly August 31:.-Mr. and Mrs. spent! the lust of the week herewith banks spent Sunday here WI", ,
ers. equipment valued at between '. e care for their children and t.ouis'Clemonu' of Starke'; /spent her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. friends Fu b

ed. ; and $1.21>0.000 'will be Inverness-n. J. Murcheson and such (cases where uncared for constitute Sunday here with relatives H, Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. nolle Cunnlnghii', ,( J, ,', I;' '

after to the University of Florida Joe 'Trotter, Inspectors" and T. ,J. a menace to the county. The Mr.' Ferris Lewis 'of Jacksonville Mr..and Mrs.\ Rill limes and sons and children spent several deb| ,!a| '
'that institution, It was made Rogers, clerk three of the four question Is what. Is to ,be done spent last week here with of Cooler Pond spent Sunday here I bore the guests of Mr. and Mrs\. '' "
here Saturday. The state election*.officials No.3.of about them? Tofall to care for his parent's.' Mr. and Mrs J. W. the Kuogtn of Mrs.' 1110"'''' mother, W. LIIwJ ,' .
of-product ', "j ,
er, of here de- them with county funds Is only to Lewis. He back. I "
control meeting was accompanied Mrs. ,S, L. I'resrott.Minn .
Citrus county, were In the county Mr. nud Mrs. Mark Hunter a '! "tyj')
lanta to apply to 'the war depart .here thrust the burden 'on the taxpayeras by 'his sister. Miss'Opnl I. who will Hhodiv, Thomas of Jacksonville .
Jail Thursday on chargesof children" of Lake City, spent <
prison for the unit. Three direct tax rather than throughthe several! weeks II"' \ 1
artillery of a upend there. spout the last two weeks '
contempt last of
court for refusingto the weak here with W I'Ilunter' "
Mate possibly four regular of channels and in view of 'Mr. and' Mrs. Nathan Hunt..ranll'son here with her Mr. j:
army proper parents, and
I
'
,recount the ballots cast in the brother, Mr. E.': J. ,Lew i made and a detachment of 23 en the fact that the difference be' Ira, spent Saturday and Mrs.. ( J. H. Thomas 'I, f
June Gth
era of men, a bat terry of 75 milli primary for Oeorge W. tween a child properly, cared for Sunday here the. guest 'Of Mrs.Hunter's 'Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Howard and Mr. and 'Mrs. V, W. heynol 14a?, l ,
Scholield and John E. King, candidates '1 .
whose guns: a millimeter gun for from and raised and one who Is allowedto sister,. Mrs. R. B. Thomas. children) spent Saturday! and Sun spent the last of last week" hfl g ''I.
state senator the
ment !!! a tractor reconnaissance grow up a .pauper and a thief day lit Fairbanks with Mr. llowurdV the guests of Mrs. Reynolds''pi, 'tll, '
oeped : and signal equipment would the ninth third district Eugene Gleaton, because of necessity Is the difference Mr. and Mrs. H. K, Thomas and mother Mrs. E: ,Howard. ents. Mr. and Mrs. J, 11. Thom, )''I u .

along with the unit. Inspector escaped a1'relit between an asset and a lia son. Floyd,. of Jacksonville, spent Mrs. ,K. Howard and daughter Mr. Vernon Hunter' of Lake d I"' r, "
by being from his home
St. .. when Sheriff .n.'O.away Bowden calledto bility. A scientific study of crlma/ the week hern with' his parents, Miss Kllen: spent Sunday here the spent Sunday here with frlendil, j'" ,vii( '.

weeks Fensacola-.Johnson. Drake and take him In custody. has taught that .delinquency >ls !Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas guests of her daughter, Mrs. It. n. Mr. Jeff Hunter of Lake CI < :' I I.{ Af
Milwaukee investment largely an outgrowth of undernourishment Mr. and Mrs. 1). L. Shaw and Thomas. spent the week here with his coi ''i'" f YIal
i e '
of East !!, 'will construct a two mil or neglect. A child little daughter, .Lort'ln' of Sin rke, Mrs. M.: J. Cunningham and! In, Malcolm: Lewis \I': !''I II\\I t 1, J
been Daytona Beach-The iFlagler -- -- U I (I \ .r .!$J4I ;/
and dollar steel bridge across Clay Holding:Company, of which Vjtil, I;, i
fort to bay, connecting: Pensa-- H. E. Black of.this city Is president F
with Santa Rosa Island and 4
plant Plans immediate develop
Rosa peninsula, It was an- ment of 3,200 acres of land four I
to here Friday. The bridge: teen miles west of Ormond, and : t ti t.
to the plans Is to be .. /
) eight miles southwest of Hunnell. ..
by January 1. 1930. It with the manufacture of clay brickas A

Fort be four miles long and will an Important Industry In the .i 11t1)) t
the distance between Pen- utilization of the land. Mr. Black \ hy 4.I .
local and points east, several announced here today. Plans for .
be
not besides opening up a large the manufacturing phase of the
tills on 'Santa Rosa Island ,and develpoment are bused upon the
: which Is now cut off. fact that the tract underlaid! or

of lie the kept { the mainland.. surfaced with a high class brick :this motor vii !

man clay found In few places on the .1.. .
floating Tallahassee-Polk county, by East Coast and that expermlments I ,
of its heavy revenue derived have already showed that it can be }fit ,
still the production of fruits and \t" .
successfully' used 'In the manufacture '
gold led all other counties of of brick and tile for irrigation : : 'S .. ,
\ I,' '
ten nnd ( last year In returns from and building Mr. .. ,.
purposes ,i",1 ,
and live stock, fig '. /
.
crops Black said.
!\ compiled at the state depart- I : ? ", '
/" sl.zz1. :'
"s ;
Pensacola-On file at the office : FE
of Langley Bell,.circuit clerk and .. \,
]V : duly entered Into the records of -.r',-.
this county Is an Instrument which j,.
I"J practically assures the construction I
Its ;
In Origin of a steel and concrete

bridge not less than four miles You can buy Skis aqI /. ,tvt
in length ,and spanning the wide motor oil by th* quart at C4'
expanse of Pensacola bay at the I .. :
Pan-Am tattonj ortnth
tl any
Vb\rl t, very narrowest part of the water. "
The instrument to which reference *handy/i v-.and on- _

Is made above Is a guarantee gallon tint, munrr .tunr*.

bond for $60,000 filed by the firm '
of Johnson, Drake & Piper of Wisconsin J t t Sa4F i tiy

.J, holders of an exclusive
franchise for bulling the bridge to

cross the bay here and the agree JJ
I ment with financial backers of the
J
contractors I In that the bridge will

thcf 1 have, 19230.to be completed by January

r.aa'r.

........................ i RI

.: { / ( I I If ;tia.'RX .. SAMPSONCITY Cleo ThomasSampson ';. I < TOV can always depend" upon touglu oil able to ntnnd the y'I' .


N.N.NNNNN4IN.NN J>. Pan-Ant, motor oil because'' gu4 In pite .of bent and "! li"tfan.: ,

City Aug. 10.-We iijareGutenl, from 100% paraffin- Thus it holds its body! mile after '
? had services here Saturday night

and Sunday by Rev. C. A. Crosby. laa Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Johns has I ,
recently moved away near Starke. thin to-the danger-poiut. t I I.t .

We wish them much success. I .
Mr. Kendrick of Starke, was a ; i!
business 'visitor here last Satur- I Fill up, toddy, ,at the fiat rf\n- ;; ,


day.Mr.. and Mrs. Jim Varnes from ; Ai*t station you ee. E.vy e dcr "I''I 1tl

has moved here. We wish .
Starke l.- .a scientifically! tu.d' hart
them much success. LL LL'f '

S r ,Mr. Lucian, was \'lsIUng"hI8 Thomas from mother Jacksonville -, Hhuwing! just .the rigat grad.,.s of W'"

Mr*. Della Thomas Sunday and f v thin! ale motor oil .for your c.... : I ,
Monday.Mr. 1 \ I ..rr
Eugene Rasslgnal from s1
Jacksonville Is spending this week /1

with relatives. "1

Mr. and Mrs. Warren Johns and L Dependable Service t"'.
TOM TIMOTHY -"J family from Cloyno attended ::1 I yd/
I ItoI
church here Sunday __1' r.11.
') Miss Myra Varnes was visiting You ran bud" with eJid6QCe at a"1 'I I
; "
!
F I Tf21 ...: J Miss Ethel Varnes Saturday.after Pun-Air.> stH'-Aon. Only men of T rove i .l
Get' / na. (fob end_ Mhii.1 Mf" tint, sor'' noon. ,
U
Miss Edith Neilson returned to bust nw cliaractft ae give the P--ax: '

her home in Palatka one day this b i.r i.
Irish thought were fr en" _.
!{ people. Perhaps It was the week, after spending A few day r It

S Anyway the sound was with Miss Estele Davis. fiI., ,'Il
on and there Js a great A revival meeting will itart I t11' I> ,1
modern and Kill 1
between our here next Sunday night
music and bagpipe continue for a, week Everybodycome.
It won't be long before we f
Ne., bagpipes in ,all the dance q/ Pan Jmerican :
Its r"* sC.ra'. Authority for a revision, upward
and 'Gotta Big Date With A Little. telephone: rates at sixteen exchanges
is just full of Irish vagffts- '
world: over the state bal been .
It fairly aches to be played
othy t
,
tbe Florida railroadcomml.slon.
er on the bagpipes. It sounds JiktT i granted by Petroleum Corporation
The affected
our of the tunes founded on one point .
the merry prank of the little* are KU lmme Winter Garden
music whose pagan music ,the( Apopka. Groveland Dade City,
much T lp !s 1 love< to plAy.Jlr. ." Leesburg. Mount Dora Titvarea. cnJJtr.
music Timothy leaves. soon for Clermont UmaUlla, St. Cloud. Also diitributort of KIP instcticitfr, 32MDAC j topolitb and SUPERLA '

.aIr to awaken the Irish bag Lake Butler. Alachna, Crystal e
!1'7 player rhythm to interest in oust 3, River :Willlitoa and Euttla.
:In a J :

.J



I; .ay

, _" ,_. .. .. 4t. ,;. -'" .. ....,.. q ,
- __ "s, .. . -. .' .- "" y
I ..' ,



L .
-J!
-
___
____ -L------ --- ___.__ J. --

_


__ .. 4\.IJ.. D,.CgzE4.FchRArn; : a't.uum"FLOIUD4', '-- .__. dFRIDAY.. AtGl1iT: 10,

__ _,__ time state
---- ------- pay their taiea
--- -
----
---- -- Thetbiieringing: -In the ,dls-. had as guests. Sunday, Mr. and :..... .. ., : up; her duties as teacher of, science state, county and municipal, Thl'.
High School. '
at Mel rose
W. AlVlnvberly little ernments have
Mrs E and certain expense,0
tapce.. daughter. ciy.. NT : 'LAWTEY \: Mr and Mrs. James Rouser and meet and V 10
Btarke is .qult'e.a, musical' conjmunlty ..re<( Mr anMia.) .tax dellnlenov,
After the octet Bt rk/l's'/ Green and baby of :::;Starke, Miss Mr. JU. K. DBT. .r. Cor .. Mr. and Mrs.> Merrick of Jacksonville reached the stage where buUn bal!

L'Ii youngest representative gave an Jessie Mae Hall of Tampa, and B. I......................... spent the week-end at Key must take It Into consideration! M

Impressive trumpet solo "In the H Ricks of West Palm Beach. atone Heights.Mr. Allowance Is made for
Lawtey, Aug. 10.-The Lawtey 'In \1npav(
Donald Pangboin was :
Earl Roberts of Starke ment of
Dr wasa a certain
Garden. The trumpeter. a young entertained proportion ,
Methodist Epworth League )f the
of professional visitor here Friday. Green Cove Springs:; Saturday on assessment and
the
man of apperently ten years with a delightful nodal ut tax rate t.
age produced a sweet tone on the Mr and !Mrs. John Hall of Jacksonville business. boosted a fraction to care !
for
the last Friday night.
parsonage Edwin '
F. M Walrath and J. '
Mr.
the aud- the spending awhile with with the result that
Instrument that surplsed the
The B. Y. P. U. were Invited and consclen
: Phone 29AFEKNOON drove to Green Cove
lenie : her sister Mrs. Minerva Lang. Larson tlous tax payer not only
j after an evening of fun and nier pa ,III,,
In commenting on the Italian I E. Carter was a visitor to Starke riment a delicious refreshment Springs Monday bare, but also that of the fellow
-- -- community
-- Immigrants Mr. Watson mentioned Tuesday.V. Our fortnightly who pays nothing.In .
served. About forty
course was
BRIDGE CLVIJ IN MUMOKIAMD. the Italian harp. A remarkable \ M. Wimberly and B. H. Ricks folks and all picnic was held "Friday afternoonand various parts of the tats
young were present f i.
and poetic word picture of wore visitors to Starke Monday. evening about tweuty-Sve being discussed a
nice lime. propobal i
enjoyed a t to
Bitch Green" was born November Venice gondolas and Italian harps Mr. Collie Johns of Starke was were present and all seemed to : sale of property for taxes
'
hostess The school bonds'were votcj on Alai
Mrs. C A Knight' was 22nd. 1896, and departed playing soft, sweet music lu the a business visitor here Monday.Mr. have a grand time. deed would be made pig | ,
lIgbt| ,
bridge the school and I'
i to her at Lawtey Tuesday 11
1 Thursday afternoon this life Sunday:; July23th. 1928, distance. and"Mrs. Brooks Mosely are Major Clayton Emig of Washington would stick If property was

I club. Her attractive bungalow of after a few days illness which). ,rt>- Mr. Watson called for a testimonial receiving 'congratulations on the was carried ,by u majority, of 43 D. C., was a visitor at Key: deemed within six months not re
with quantities' to 18. or
was brightened suited from ail automobile acci- from a foreign born person arrival of a baby girl' July 38th. R. went.to stone Heights Sunday. year after sale If the legislature a
Mrs. R. Thede
Mr. and
: tinntas.MM. high dent. He was a son of Mr. and In regard to their welcome .to. P L. Johns was a visitor tp' meet The following are registered at were to enact such a law tax col"
obtained Green Cove to
t C II Maiks Mrs. A. II. Green, and was born America. The Rev. Mr. Byers, who Starke Saturday. Sunday Keystone Inn: C.V.. Davis and lectors would have their hands fullwhen
received bridge set their daughter, Mida\ ? Louise, who
core and a and reared In Bradford county |Is from Germany preachedhis flrsf 0. E. Webb of, Jacksonville, was wife, Jacksonville: ; Hat and C. W. taxes were due. for
box of correspondence' has been visiting Miss Luella Ta- property
Second a He served his audiencein business here Davis, Jr., Jacksonville: Mr. and
country during the !sermon In English!: to an transacting Tuesday.A owners realizing they would
Mrs. N. Sternberg. tum in DeLand for several days. lose
cards went to World War and was on his way the Memorial chapel.A congenial party motoring Mrs. C. B. Davis, Miami; George their holdings beyond
of the progressions Mesctaines 1). E. Burney and II. recall It
At the end overseas when the armistice was. young man' with a rolicklng: from here to. Green Cove Springs Chanting. )Flint, Mich.; Mr. and they did not settle, Xould l
berved.41lc1I R. Friday' in Jackson- pay on
an ice course was signed. baritone voice held the audience Sunday afternoon consisted of Mr. Sapp spent Mrs. G. C. Fulton C. II. Irwin, the nail. State, county and

w : Invited to be with the club members For many years ,he has been a in suspense with a very fine solo and Mrs. W. M. Wimberly.; Mrs. ville. Mr. and 1 Mrs. Chadwick and son, nlclpal governments then inu-

j{ '' a were Mrs. C: 11. !Mark and member of the First Methodist Following tlila cams two more musical H. C.. Wimberly. Mr. and Mrs. N." Mrs. (I. W. Roberts and ,daughter I James Boyd Jr., Warren Caswell have no trouble disposing of would

tt [ lira,.. Joe Hoover. church in which funeral servicesfor treats ia the form of a female T. Green, and Misses Jessie Patsy, left Monday for DeLaiitlfor Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. A. ..1.Silby erty offered for sale for taxes prop.
for
g1 the deceased was conducted on quartette and a violin solo, Bee- Mao Hall and Ethel lUcks a visit", with her parents, Franklin Pa.; I. Yinker the purchaser would have assurance .

9t '' KRKKMAN; HHAW Tuesday afternoon July 31st, at thoven's "Adagio" from the Moon S School opened in Lawtey Monday N. Y,; II. W. Parrish and partyof that his deed was good Ueieand

-----r- 2 o'clock p.m.. with the pastor light Sonata." Stuart National known crate with a nice attendance. ten, Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs.C. there such a law, it Is
Rev. E. M Rooks in charge. The received barrel and box manufacturer con- Mrs. J, II. Carradlne and daughters D. Wilder Gainesville; Mrs. pointed
ij F The sad news reached here of The visitors from Starke out might work to the disadvantage .
Jacksonville
vbe death of Freeman Shaw of choir composed of Mesdames DE3. a hearty invitation to return siders locating here. were shopping in Frances Ferreth, Pittsburgh, Pa. of one of those 'poor widows1

': I but ,. Knight, E. Perryman: J. LPlckerlil Tuesday. the
I t.learwater.Ionday! afternoon 80011. politicians always grieve
: NOTICE OK ELECTION: ; Mm. Enoch GrlllU and daughter: : Im..OIt1SIta.lo ; over
TAX DELl
and E. M. Rooks and which Harold
-e i at the time of his death be war The manner In but it would be little short of
week-end a
: Miss Peaile the
speut
Messrs J. F. Kickllter: and J. S. of the Seni'orsociety .
j In the state hospital for treatment i Gertner, piesldent god-send to citizens who pay taxes
Butler sang two beautiful hymns late- I DeWItt C. Jones!! mayor of lu. lloraoBuasa. ( Chamber Commerce) I
the
I of the head where he has been for : took charge In : when due and to the state, this
ir the pant eight; months. Pneumonia "Abide With Me" and Safe in the ness of the Starke leader should Starke, 1<'111., by virtue of the authority Miss Hazel Adklna of Starke, Florida i Is not the only state I I counties and the cities.

| being the cause of his death." He Arms of Jesus," with Mrs. F. H receive commendation. And Elda vested In me by law, do was visiting Miss Louise Thede I with tax collection troubles but A new law with relation to tax

( I ( was 22 years and three months of Long, accompanist.After Fullertou's poster in the vestibuleof hereby call an election to be held'I Tuesday. elsewhere they seem to have a lever sales proponents of the Idea! assert .
back the services at the church the last word at the city hall in the aforesaid to produce those funds whichare
S
4i I age. The body was forwarded the Chapel, was a actually would result In a reduction .
;4 | to Brooker for burial at New Hope the remains were taken to Sapp In appoiprlateness and was a town by the quail/led voters on ...................... due the local governments.The of taxes and would eliminate .

.,3j I (cemetery; hia mother was at his cemetery at Raiford where Inter- nearly welcome and( invitation Tuesday, September 11, 1928. for city of Balubrldge, Georgia. ninety' per cent of the

.t i [ bedside up to the last. He leaves ment took place In the family plot combined. 'the purpose of electing!; the. following : Keystone Heights : has resurrected an old law of this troubles which keep the financial

.& : ; fto mourn his departure, his moth- under the direction of Mortician The attendance to the meeting ofllcers: MUM lielra Ovdcn Car. ypo put on the books more than heads of the state .I of Clearwater DeWItt C. Jones. expected One mayor. twenty: years ago and It Is working
A jer, Mrs. Carrie Shaw I Services at the was much better than was Three aldermen.. ........................ It that no awake nights, figuring
| er, three brothers and seven "nisRters grave were ron and tho leader spoke in gratefulness like a charm provides where public funds are to como

Leonard Shaw of Alabama; ducted by the local camp of the and praise to the audiencefor One clerk: treasurer! and tux Keystone Heights, Aug. 10.- matter how well qualified a per- from. It would eliminate borrow.

'1 8 Lester Shaw of Btarke; and Fra- I Woodmen of the World. A large listening MO attentively 'thru collector.One Mrs. Sidney Church lion Kenneth son may be to vote, he cannot vote ing against failure tax collection,

4 :: Bzler Shaw of Fort White; Mrs.i cortege of friends followed the remains the hour and thirty-live minutes tax ansessor. and grandson, Dudley, returned to unless he hag paid his taxes. To would save Interest on such loans,

,1 4 it i Laura llouze of Zolto Springs ; to its lat resting place, and of the service. Clay County Ono marshal. Keystone Heights Wednesday, after vote in the general election in November because there would be none, and

SMrs. Emma Shaw of Gainesville; the floral offerings were many and rimes. Inspectors of said' election: F. A'I a ten day's visit with her under this law, for example public business would be placedon
; : j-
: :. (Mrs. Maud Dukes of Worthington beautiful, which showed the S_ Scott, A. W. Anderson It., : daughter, Mis. Vivian Saunders the voter must have ,paid a real business basis.
y isprlngs; Mrs. Eima Scalt of Clearwater high esteem In which the deceasedwas 4. . .. .. . Humphrey. I of Jacksonville. his last year's taxes at leant six

;, ; Mrs. Pearl Jones of Tam- held. .. lu testimony whereof' I hereun I Rev and Mrs. n. R. Weld have months prior to the election. Balu- NATHAN JIAKIUSON S Hf.NT

M fpa; Mrs. Ida. Shaw, Sarasota; and Besides his parents those sur to, subscribe my name and' cause returned to Keystone Heights from bridge has invoked the law and

: i! BMUs Wilma Shaw besides other vlvlng are two sisters. Mrs. Pear Church Services IhJQ seal of the said town to be Burlington, Vt., where they visited about 400 otherwise qualified voters -

H relatives and friends.MHH. Snyder and Mrs. W. M. Wlmborly; hereunto alllxed, this the 8th day their daughter, Mrs. John Cellar, people who have registered Nathan II. Hunt 73-yeur-olit

3' and four brothers, Messrs. L. D., <. <*> of August, A. 1>. 1923.DeV1TT Mis. Weld left Keystone: Heights and who have paid their poll tax- resident of Nassau county, died

l e CIU\t: Adam Lloyd and Nelson Green, all C. JONES, In June and Rev. Weld a mouth es, will be unable to go to the Tuesday morning In a Jacksonville
I).
VIRGINIA of Starke; the four brothers actedas l'UI.sn"I'I: :IU.\S Mayor. later1. They left Burlington July polls. hospital after an illness of

pallbearers assisted by MessrsH. ATTEST: 27 and arrived In Keystone Florida does not possess anything several months. Funeral services

d j Funeral aervlceo for Mrs. Vlrginla C. Rltch and W, M. Wimberly Oldest", man on this stieet was C. A, FUTCII. Heights (the 31st. of this kind to compel the were held Wednesday afternoon

) t $ D. Crews, who died Thursday Those attending the funeral from at Sunday school lust Sunday. Clty"Clel'k. 8-10-01-D-7. Mr. J. II. Lawrence andV.. H payment' of taxes when they are ut Brandy Branch church near

l A/1/ jinlght at the home or her daughter out of town were: Mrs. It. L. Beat It next Sunday. Ogden drove to Starke Tuesday on due, but before the next legislature Baldwin, Rev J. A. Atkins pastor,

'. I gMrs. H. L. Barker, 607 South Newtpprt Lockhart of DeLand Mis. I). C. Sennou at 11 a. in, from text bust tiess. adojouina the delinquent ofllciatliiK. Interment was made

-. % avenue, Tampa, were held Lenon and daughters Louise and "ThisKind beth Not Out But by Miss Helen Lawrence left Tuesday thereafter maY' Hud! himself In a in the family plot adjoining the

({Saturday morning at 10 o'clock Irene of Eustls.!: Miss Jennie Mae Prayer and Fasting." CENT A WORD% for mouth's vacation In the hole. Everyone!: l Is aware that a chruch. Mrs. "'IorenceIGtt! of

/ ? J41from the chapel of B. MarIon Heed Hall of Tampa and J, It Hitch of Christian; Endeavor at 7; 15..Topc north, stopping; u few days with tax deed In Florida Is worth noth- Stance, a daughter of the deceasedIs

j gnev. C. It Summer of the First Ralford. "True and False Standards of COLUMN friends lu Baltimore before going lug and the consequence Is that among the surviving children.

'%IJMethodlst church, conducted the S -- Success."' to Plttsburg and Linesvllle, Penn, many FloridIans regard a tax no-

Jwervlces. Burial was In Myrtle CHRISTIAN i.M: UJ.J.\\'(IIt Worker of slate-wldo refutation Ice us of HVtle more consequence Mount Dora-Election will beheld

; v Blllll cemetery. MIB. Crews Is suravlved MKKT: AT JKMY: ; J"\HM Mr. Cecil Thompson, of (Gainesville F6ll SALE-,Dceilng mowing machine and Silver Creek N. Y. Miss Law- ban a hand bill advertising theprogram here July 9th on sale of local

by her daughter Mrs. Bar- to'bit piexeut. You wan to hear in first class condition, lence received her degree of M. A. at a.. local motion picture Klor-

fker. and a nephew E. O. Trow- Joint ilm. All remaining for 8 o'clock ?2G ; cash: or terms. Can be Been at Tallahassee last week and on heater, i lighting plant and system to

fbridge of Tampa.-Tampa Dully 1'nims Minting H Idles of the Two Priiney brief sermon, "Visions and at I 1). C. Jones stole. D. W. her return (loin north, will take The majority .of the people of Ida Public Service Co.
end| the two
Times. beams," by the pastor with special roore: :Staike.::; 8-3-3t
"Htarko' Norlctlepj .
Mrs. Crews was the widow of nut Hun-

ihTr.I 3,' M. Crews, who died Tampa luy Waa huge!! HUCCCMH.Do music. ; FOR'' RENT!: -.--Furnlshed apal.t1Ient "fim <'" ;"',;M l ll'I"'IIUIIl'.IIIIIII.IIMlllUli' ''''' ''' H''iJ'"IIIII11I1I1I""II"i'' '' '''' i IIlHIIIIII, IIIII"I;; iiiuiiiiiiiiliiniiiiiuiiHiiiiimiiuiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiM" iiHiiiiiu''' iinitwiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiimiiiiHiliiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiii'' '' '''''''' iiinDon't IIIIIIIIIIIIUIIII'i I '
A heart full, of Joy ,fvr young :
? Mlelght Both Mr. and in town J. F.

;ii JiMri.: Crewre-yeara ago.remembered In this yoL1newtIpe true origin of peopie.t1' Ve.l qme.H.. T..,Watson.. I .. .
;. ;1 section. having resided In Starke the Mexican' rare? Neither did : ;
_.
most of -- -S FOR SAtf ONE ton chicken
j J several years prior to their removal use who were In attend- ..+...+....++...+..+.*.. fertilizer.. $10. Wood's Poultry I
Messrs. A. S. Crews dance at the Christian Endeavor; .
1 to Tampa. I
.'f.' '! of are ,, meeting in the Memorial Chapel /'armStarke. It* 3
and J. O. Crews Starke : GRAHAM :

', i :" 1 brother-In-laws of Mrs. Virginia i last Sunday evening. But Hev. K. (!Mm. A. W. Britt Cor.) FOR? RENT Furnished apart '"i

4 \' ; rews, and Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Lyman Hood explained It exactly ment with bath. F. A.
!-1' yaws attended the funeral in and simply and how wise moat of ........................ private
. ? o 1 !
us feet this morning. SHINGLES ,
It. Ifampa Saturday. Graham Aug. 10Mrs. Delia .
Starke promised to visit
us and :
: t lead the Endeavor meeting but Thomas and children of Sampson "itlSTJU'I'IOS NOtICE: I
I FItEEMANSJI.iW City were visitors here Sunday af- -
..- owing to serious car trouble the ernoon. "
: leader, Rev; B. T. Watson Notice 'lo hereby given that the
Shaw formerly of was a
Mr. Freeman !Mr. and !Mrs. Hall of Nichol registration books of Bradford 1
bit late and Rev. Mr
Hood made
.,. looker, but of Clearwater since his Interesting talk are visiting her mother and fulhr county will be open at the officeof o.
$ *924 died at the State Hospital as a till-In. Mr. -
t and Mrs. Jones. the supervisor of registration
.. t { .a it Chattah ochee, Monday night Mr. Watson Is a resident, of the !Mrs. !Margie Byrd of Graham are corner Call and Thompson streets, .iI I

: (laly 30th. with pneumonia and Community but 'ia doing summer pending a few weeks In Tampa
: supply work In Starke, on Mondays Fridays and
Starke.
vas burled at New Hope cemeteryn with relatives. ,
ii "The Saturdays, between> the hours of
Spaniards, Mr Hoods
af- '
Alachua' county Wednesday said. "came to this continent Mr.! Shortie Reynolds of Jack. 9 a11.. and 12: pm., and :2 p in. I

W P ernoon. onvllle, is a visitor here this to C p. in., from the first MondayIn
lie was '22 old and the seeking gold. They were nota i .
years week.
August.1928, until the second( '
j Mrs. J. B. Shaw of home-loving group of men and leak
unseat of let Roof
Mr Felton Went brook, of
I! Saturday In October 1928 for regIstration -
they quickly forgot their wives in
learwater ,He born and spent your I
I ; was Ozena, Ga., i In visiting his wife, of electors. .
Spain and took for
In and themselves In.
oat of Ills boyhood days Mrs. Rosa VVestbrook here. HAROLD C. WALL,
round Bro ker"' moving with his dian women. Out of the unions
: Mr. Jimmie Reynolds and Mr. Supervisor of Registration
sprang the Mexican race. But the
other and family to Clearwater chell Byrd of Graham left for far Bradford County Florida.7273t8TlO .
French, who came to what Is now
'n' 1921. where be lived until a
Tampa Tuesday on a business trip.
Canada, did not fall In with tlie'tn.' :1
ew months ago when he went to Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Uafuse of :
C for treatment. diana as did their Spanish: contemporaries when
he hospital Starke were visitors here Sunday. can buy
but more of them : you
He leaves to mourn his death Mrs. Alice Jones, who has been
Besides his: mother, seven sinters brought their wives and families ILIFFE .,
visiting her daughter, Mrs.! LanseyVastilu Wm. J. .
,nd three brothers all of whom along. I sometimes wonder what \ of here has now returnedto
kere at the! funeral except two of the population .of this country Starke.

i la sisters and one brother. would consist of It the French had; ,
Mr. Joo Sullivan of Waldo, was :
Freeman was loved by all who also Intermarried with the Indians. I a visitor here Sunday.Mr. .
Best GdeShiiest.OStandard
new him and his smiling disposl- Hev. Mr. Hood outlined i
J. B. Russ and. ResHle- Co -
t will be miss briefly the crusade of the FraiulH-
(.(J4 Ion and gopd nature "on, of Drunker were visitors!: here :
d by all who were constantly with can monks on the California Bide Sunday. Expert Jeweler : -11 ....". :
loved left behind of America "We should" !Mr.
n 1m. The ones 1II's.IlIry! thugs and mother, i I
h I ave our deepest sympathy In their.reavemen.t Hood concluded, "be grateful to and Mr. and Mrs. Russet Iyal of "
our forefathers, who landed wlrfi
) w4
Hampton, were visiting !Mrs. 40,
I Written,, by a friend.. their families on the hunks of old Brown Monday
Virginia and established the AmerIcan Grades low
"- ,R&\.L HOl'TIIKHMOIl: : : SPEAKS race. !Miss Thelma Brown ia on the Watchmaker as as
sick list.Ve hopo she will soon
Immediately after !Mr. Hood (Inlahed -
Former Chief Justice RIchard recover. i -- .-- .-
-
the Starke leader arrived : iiiI -

tr annon Watts of South Carolina and assumed charge of the meet. *.+++-...-........-.....-< >.. ::2

.r [aye: I ing. I If

r 'To any man who lived through Hev Mr. Watson spoke at length : HIGHLAND :

'I 1\i dark days of reconstruction In "Welcoming the Immigrant. Hl.. M. R. RI...... c... :Engraver !

I e South ,after the close of ,the He used,as an illustration1 parts.of : ... f $ OO
between the I ......................: I .
ar elates any the book of tilth. Mr. Watson .

- Ought; or''suggestion, of bolting aaked the society to repeat with Highland..Aug. 10.-B. It. Rick j ....... t > I

4 i: .. democratic, (ticket Is unthlukl him the Golden Rule. of, West,Palm Beach, arrived Sun J ,: ; it.'.

S I >l Ie and ll oncelvable." Judge Then a refreshing surprise! TO day tor-a' :'Tlslf' with his' niece.. Mrt. '*" *,Z' i .......-. .- .

________' t '$tts declared), and urged the peo- niphusUe the Golden Rule 'a mix II, C. Wimberly.' '-, In >
7 lie to stanlA!; by/the party In whattermed ed octet 9f Starke Uudeavorers The Bradford County School two A* .Co. i'i'1-1

e. 11" most precarious mo- sang focus the' Golden Bella. The mile east of here., opened Mondayfor PrvsHlnjj: s ; ; .I

ent In fltty years.' singing 'was Impressive and It 't required th "fall'.term. !Mrs. Carnilchae" ,, j :

F "What'can,a Southern man' mean only a small stretch ot tho I of t4wteV* )tliipul! ; *. ;/ :j, '----I-: : I
hon-he taltft\ of the demo- Mr. and r _
bolting Imagination to really hear thft :Mrs. H. WJjiiberly I- .I-
atlc nartrff" ha a ked. "For a -- ;
--- -

!? uthern man even t<* think such I ..,...kwlllJlllllllUO i oiioii ii wwiMwwiiiuiiiliiMiiiRHAROLl' '""'__iiii iiiiil r'. i tI IIii',: ""' ..niio' _' ,.i..i. iii tiW" SayitwthFOrcrs.F1ower5, ) :
IL thing ia tr>l oTpua to'the South ; ; J

ri pd all traditions of".the 'South. Ikjra c WALLINSURANCE : t For All fQU.IGLEY&: DAVIS :

; ,J voted the democratic ticket ,

: .torn. the tima-i the republicans! I S Occasions ',*' [

peed negro office-holders on the .
: L k : Mple of my state and I shall vote ,

__F1c jla ticket until I die. shall vote 8TAKKE, FLORIDA Gertrude CodbeyAnderson I II!
_ 'ie". entire ticket from AI Smith '

a '''0. and .if the true Southern Represents the Beet treading Insurance Comr"I1I" .i '. ; "

f7:1: imocracy stands by the party FIRE ACCIDENT. LIFE. AUTOMOBILE! BOND, LIABILITY j STARKE FLA.
be democracy will win its most
t ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLYtaggfmnmmgnni Phone II Wald Fla. ,
(.>.eplng victory since the day of

; /'. ." .. ... "'""' / ___' I'"IP"J1IIIIII.'nmurIllUI1lll"' ( .."."... .....,.., -
rnstruCtt9i j ......"'........""""H1"'.'"""' ''''''..,'.'',.''' ''' ",'''''.'' ,II I'll'' ,,C.,,, '.' I ,,,,r.. II .''I""i""Jtt,"''itii','"r"rmiirt' .'mniu'' 'I.I".H'.I', ''''' '' ''*.'PI''t,,..'_....''."''''''''.''..',,'1""..". '.


_ : ))1

; Lr# IkV3


_ __ ,

,.:, ... .. v-r. _- I. ,.\\t.;.:':." .& ", .. h ... _.',,' < .k ,,_ ,. .rn-.u-. ., .' .
---
_' .... .,. .-. -m_-- ." ____ -r. -r----
,..._."' ..- 11 J>.II J J:::. iII"' 1 WI7-



: tt
p..Y81'
P
.




. "., ..,,> 6R4JJI'ORDCOmtTY T11T.EQItAP13. BTARK11, VLOEllt "-'-- pane kirc>!

)4; ;I." _._ _._ I __". 'IiD'.SUMMER ,
-- ----- ,- --- -------- --- --- ------ -- -
moved to Starke from Clearwater George Harnsberger, who has from Injury from this source! Dur and was born In Bullock county t'i' : 4 Y e
and the occupying the apartment been In charge of the construction ing the past. heydays; cotton! has Ga., nor maiden name being Kiss ,,1
III the rear of his Jewelery store. work on the grade for state road been opening- rapidly; quite a few Hester'! Denmark When a small L'" \
[ :28, left Wednesday for Port Royal well open boils were collected and girl she moved to old Bradford I ,
Bits oitecal !Mr. and Mrs. O. M.\ Intuan and Virginia where he will spend brought In to the county agents: office county. Fltt., with her parent % I :: '

Mm. F. .... Stump returned Tuesday several! weeks with relatives. Mr, '' from the farm of Mr. 8. R She had been married to Mr.\ Kel- ,
afternoon from a ten-day's Urnsberger will return to Florida" Johns last week, and cotton picking ly 66 years who survives her, and
EARANCE motor trip In North Carolina and hi the early fall. will ooon be in order. Unless to them were born twelve chlldreh. .,
Nro'x Virginia.Mrs. damaged by storm or unusual of whom eight are living, as follows A A''
weather, the crop should bring In : Judge KeKlly of this city t ,, j}
Mr and !Mrs.\ Harvey M. Snyder
I J. C. Robinson and children a neat little sum as n fall harvest Messrs. John Kelly of Kalford (S, '. ,
SALE Concerning Our People, Business and I Lester Price, Uldrldge. and left north.Saturday While for away an they extended will visit trip thl'j season, and should the boll Joe Kelly: of Wlldwood,, Blake '

Progress of the County and Town. I Vera, Claire, and Mrs. Lily Lewis !tlrs.. Snydrr's brother Dr. McKinley weevil not show up this full, pos Kelly of Bunnell. Redding Kelly 'i+f+ .
returned Friday from a week's vis- sibly encouragement will ha givento of Tampa and Mrs. Rozlcr of Hal- }
t
I Garrett in Washington( D, C.,.
I it In Goortia. and Mr. plant a larger acreage next' ford and Mrs. Kdmoudit of Pala- r : +
..assseaasemseena5ssas. ,.puaisimi, ,..,_..___, __.__.____ Snyder' many friends spring.MR I latka all of whom were present +
ofcr -=:;0.-==-==="=-= ='"''='--L! !!'!!! iii iiiiiiiiiii""( close out + Mrs.! Lucy Powell and Powell ut the funeral. Besides she ,4:
gamlnc Mrs. L. A. Davis 'eunsylvanla. They will also make UI.IS'O'i I
spent Friday Miss Grace Wood left for Law- Carpenter left Thursday for KLAM: : : IIIMKMIUilii -:- leaves IS grand-children and two ..
In Jacksonville. fey- Monday business trips to Philadelphia and : ': : > 11Y HIS FAMILY t
where
in she has
Goods and or- again North Carolina where they will New York. grout. ftruudchlldren. -- MddlsouUnterprlfto __
accepted a position with the Lawley visit relatives In Winston Salem : Recorder. ., g. y.a h ,
'Mr.and Mrs. U. V. Knight: spent school. The family of Mr. Elam (llislIon
,at- ..
it more and AMievllle.The '
10 make Sunday In Jacksonville. The Christina Kmleuvor: held a surprised him him Sunday:) the :22. i'\Ri\T.Trafiiin; : ; ,\ i' y ''ll 1 s
Mrs. A. M. Dobargaues and two tusluess meeting Monday night at with a birthday dinner at his home TION r n
including : Woman's Missionary Society I ,
llice "U'C arc Mr. and Mrs\ C. A. Knight spent eons, of Jacksonville were guests of the Baptist! church will the home of Mr. and Mrs. John on Lake Johnson, In the southwes. The Parent-Teacher Association ? .' ; y'
,t'
art Wednesday In Jacksonville. of her sister, Mrs.\ II. V. Knight Uglow. Arrangements wOre(! made trn part of Clay county in honor
staple meet at the home of Mrs P. 1\( held niuettng ut tho Bradford a, 1
od many, last weekend.Mlus at this meeting for lawn of his sixtieth birthday. There
a party
Barefoot Monday afternoon, Aug. r'
county high school Friday after '
Mr. and Mrs. K. N. Thomas wan large crowd present to help i', ft
Thursday night at The ,
prices. 13, at five clock (fhe manse with the
noon foluwlng uumed
at reduced Tuesday In Jacksonville him jubilate and extend their ,i c
spent Patsy Brlntion has returned Endeavor Is also pleased at (the citizens In attendance: Mrs J. L. t .of .
to her home In Hugh after aIIlml.t Olive Dell daughter of Mr. and prospect of having Mr. C. 1 K.!: Thom- wishes for many returns of the Sllcox.:: !Mrs\ ))0:. M. Hooks Mrs. U. +t ,.d
Fireproof shingles to save Insurance. visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. of Gainesville for birthday event. A toothsome din i 4
>soii a speaker
fow
lira. S. T. Dell Is enjoying a C. hitch, lire R, S. Carleton Miss jY .
We have them. Quigley & E. Corpenlng. ner was spread and very thorolyenjoyed. t I
visit with her- aunt Mrs. Sunday night. Mr. Thompson was '
days Olive Ray, Mr. S. S. Dowllng. Rev.U. r.
Davis. w. I Brownlee[ In Starke.-Gainesville at one time State Social Service I>. Raymond, Rev B. T. Watson, t' I //I
Mr. and M I'S. Phil Magulre of Worker for this organization Those present for dinner were t' d
4th. t '
Dally Sun AUK. and Mrs II. H. ..
I"i's' fturolcx Suits forfrice$22JSO Dr. W. B. Parks was a professional DeLand were visiting Mrs. Mi I Mr. and Mrs. C. C. hurries, Mrs Young. + + 'vx
: There being a quorum present ) j. + r
visitor Jacksonville Wed Elam UllHson Mr. and Mrs. E. J. +
to gulre's parents, Mr. and Mrs A. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis are The Woodmen Circle of Starke regular btmlnoHS n 1 '
was transacted.
nesday.+ M.\ Darby, Sunday. visiting l In Korkmont (la! ., and Grove No. 378: will have their regular Harris Mr.\ and Mrs. G. 1) GIUHon, The secertary read the minutes of + ''I 'h ,q '
from' there will go to Asheville, N. meeting on Tuesday evening!:, Miss Opal Ullssou. Mr.\ J. II. Hall I the last meeting well the fi t, '
as as 8'8's.
Walter S. Wills of Tampa Mrs. O. Messrs. Craig:, Hull and Merrill[ #
$10.00 Mrs| Boasley. Miss Ethel C., where they will spend the remainder August 14th at 8 o'clock All treasurer's report. Miss Olive '+
ePireci was a business visitor to Starke Grtflin, Mrs. A. C. Durden and of their vacation members are urged to be present. and Hall. Ulam Ulinsoii and Lyman Ray wan appolntd to fill the uuexplrect I !fit ( v
Friday. Mrs. Lila Grimn drove to Gainesville
{ i
term of the
treasurer Six .
Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dessent haveas Normal human blood Is too Mr. GIISMon received many handsome dollars was. ordered paid for doc- } ':
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Saul and J. gifts lu token of the appreciation i ('
guests their daughters Mrs. F. thick to be drawn through the moqulto's orating the olllce. Mlxscs Madge m v ,
C. Hoover spent Sunday at Jacksonville Mrs A. Z. Adklns and children. small piercing tube of Ids family and friends ,
'Worsteds A. Bryan Miss Juanita Dessant, They Mlcldteton, Ethel Griffin and Mrs. 'i + my
Tropical
1 i Beach. Hazel Lois and Junior spent Tues Mrs. D. E. Turner, Mrs. D. D. Oliver must first Inject a thinning fluid Mr. (lllsHou |111 one of Clay coun- J.L._ Silcox are the committee appointed 7I ,,1t'p{
day in Gainesville- with Mr. and In that disease set y's most highly esteemed,cIlUeiiH
way germs are
$27.50 and Miss Minnie Hesitant. to t '
price oversee tho decorating! ,
jicr !\\fl'. Nathan Prevatt of Brunswick Mrs. J. C. Adkins. afloat in the blood stream-bacerla and a man who enjoys to u marked of the third and..
Ga., was visiting: his: parents, Edwin Karrelly of Charleston, of burning fever and crlpp- degree, the confidence of the rooms and toilet. fourth grade' A ,

$13.50 here this week. A fresh Shipment of all kinds of 8. C., Is visiting his father, Mr. C. .' ling disease There la also the people of the entire county. The duos for the coming year i ,

C garden seed at Kickllter's. C. Farrelly, al the home of Mr danger of streptococcic' Inft'ctlon' County Times will be one dollar and the next i, 'j
Miss Lucy Maltsby of Gainesville Marcotte. Ills t blood poisoning) from scratching ---- aMOTIIIR '
Mrs. George
and .: OF JflHii: KI11J.YIs1Et4 : meeting will be held ou Wednou-- It
was the guest of Miss Mary Miss Margaret\ Williams Is mother will Join them this week the blto. Mosquitoes must be day, September 19, four o'clock. at i
Straw Hats. You Canova .Tuc day. spending the week In Jacksonville killed. Health authorities advo- : .\T l.El'1$1I1'Idl; : the'school house i

'i the guest of Miss: Lorraine Bar- Mr. S. S. Dowling left Saturdayfor ate FLY-TOX. Simple Instructionson Rev G. P. Raymond made.a ;"k
'cflat a % Chufa seed at Kickllter's.: bour. Tallahassee where he will join each bottle (blue label for Mrs George K. Kelly: motherof plea for ta-operallon' with Clay I; t ,h ? : '
J 1-3 -r- his wife and daughter Nettle, In a killing ALL household Insects. IN Judge J. R. Kelly: of thin city. I county to secure a joint-welfare tL i; p
\lit of Grlllln and Miss Annie Darby were Alice Fernandez and Miss Alath- Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Stroman. easy to use. Safe, stainless, fragrant the home of another of her lions, truant and probation officer.( Asa r'' ilr r

In Jacksonville Monday. ia Ennis spent Tuesday afternoonIn sure.-Adv. Mr, Redding Kelly: in Leenburg, starting point, Mrs. hooks; '' ,
Jacksonville. Mrs. Robert Proctor, Miss WIN and was laid to rent Tuesday aternoon president of our I I'. T. A. will take" .i t m l M s
M( Society embroidery Col. D. K. Knight was a business lie I Wright, and Mr. W. C. Hodgesstopped :MVitmv.L: at the old homo place I attalford. steps! toward securing a county t is : oV
vIsitor( In Ocala and Gainesville Mr.\ and Mrs. T. J. Griffin left with Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Mr. and !Mrs.\ J. 11. Fields an- In Union county school ceimus.Tlio 1 '
kage goods-a nice the first part of the week. Wednesday for Baltimore whereMr. Scott Saturday on their way from lounce+ the arrival of a daughter, Mrs.\ Kelly at the time was vistlng 1 i F 1 i
Griffin will enter Johns Hopkins St. Petersburg to Jlendersouvllle, born Sunday, Aug.; Dili. The title In Lt-eHliurg, and had been Bradford County Bunk has .}/p } { +

My -at 31 1 3% See Quigley & Davis for all your for treatment.Mr. N. C. girl has been named Hazel conllned to her room for about u fine exhibit of bright leas tob.icco ( 'fin, '

\oust of J % building needs. Carload shipments rene. two weeks, though had not been' loaves In Its lobby, brought i ilit mla
enable us to save you money. Russell: Daniel who Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott of De- In good health. for years. by O. W. Barry( of Brooker. The
his grandmother, Mrs. JOHOphlna and and S. C. Carnell. of Ormond, BirllosMr. II.'Must Mrs. Kelly: was u member of the loaves show the result of careful j ; H
Mr.\ and Mrs. A, N. Marcotte of Edwards, spent the week- were week-end visitors with Mr.\ \ and Mrs. P. Sturkvug. :: Baptist denomination, and the services attention In the curing and Its I }i+ a

West Palm Beach, are guests of .>nd In Plant City. and Mrs. K, A. Scott, Mrs. S. C. .\ 5h.( hoy. were conducted: by Col. Crosby quality Is each as to command u
\\'8 nile Dress Shirts ink Mr. and Mrs. George Marcotte. Carnell, and son, James Freder- Mr. and Mrs. Mallory\ Thomas, young minister of the Ralford good price In the markets. Mr: k t+18
Miss Opal Lewis of Brooker and' ck. Starke.: Aug. 3rd., girl. Baptist church, who spoke fuelingy Barry has six acres of the weed. 't yy, v
variety of patterns Muse\ Jessie Mae Hall of Tam- Pervis Lewis of Jacksonville Mr. fend Mrs. J. II. Fields. of lime deceased and the good In- this your.--sturke. Telegraph. it t { :
weeks with her of the Misses Hodgesjver In Jacksonville Starke, Aug. 6th., girl.: lueuc she had exterled over him.
Is: spending two were guests : Mr. Wilbur Scott wa i t
pa.
while/ -- carloads + I
t! $1 1.00 cousin; Miss Fredrlka Struth the weekend.Mrs. Saturday to meet !Mrs.\ HL'MMKlt: Ht'HOOl fLOMKS( : A very large number, of relative Tttvares\ -25 watermelons rtt. il." !m I
adclolh A Scott, who has been visiting relatives and friends were ut the service. have boon shipped from df 3
Mr. M. 10', Brown. lfrs.oJ.. S. \ Harold C. Wall has returned In Buffalo N. Y., and Toronto The summer school dosed last Mrs.\ Kelley was 74 years of age hero up to recent day 4 ; 1

Matthews and Miss Florence Mat- to Starke after spending/ a weekIn Canada for the last three Friday. AUK. 3. In addition to f
thews spent Friday In Jacksonville Tampa with her parents, Mr weeks. the teachers- training course work "tmJIDunl:11l11lICtlwtMT: IlnwlLxtnrJUxtlklutololollaluutatamuttwlttunuthaclsut! < axxns'xxxt: : :' i i ,

molt( Johnson Shoes And Mrs. C. T. Dutton. wan offered Hi all grades.; The following I
-
,,
Mr. 11. J. Malsberger of Sherman Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. White re- pupils! Unbilled grammar

tranlccd leather bc- U the guest of Mr. and Mr's.Lenthal1 T S. Williams, Jr., arrived home turned to Starke Saturday from Hclio Wyman at Kingsley lake. Monday after a two weeks visit West Palm Beach where Mr. i and will be admitted to
in with friends and relatives iu 'bank examiner has Thede -.
nina White a state high school (his full Louise
fiat $3.50Idrcn's Mr.\ and !Mrs.\ O. J.. Beasley have Washington and Baltimore. been located for the last three of llawtey. Bernice Bradley.of .r.

aa guests !Mrs.\ Beusley's parents weeks. Italtord. George Raymond und R.
Mr. and Mrs.\ A. C. Durden of Tam Messrs. Amos Strickland and I L. Thomas! of Starke.'
pa. Diifurd Pltlnmn and -Hisses Elva Mr. George Coffin of Wlldwood. --
-- and Rosa Hodges motored to St. general manager of the Roger's IUMII \\OIIK i.\ T.MUN

Shoes and Ox's Mr. and Mrs. John W. Morgan Augustine !Sunday: afternoon.Mr. live and ten cent stores Is here -
: have as a guest this week their this week attending to business Work of paving road n<>. 49
-just the thing for niece. Miss Alathla Ennis of Tampa and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee with the Starke branch of this and C6 Is progressing at a uatlafa -
I and family haye moved Into the concern. tnry rate, and the road II<> Wor-
|oof beginning I 'Ve k's cottage: on J Klngsley lake thlngton will probably be finished

I Mr. Owen Griffin a student at for a stay of several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Wllmer iioltzen- and ready for the asphalt surface
ltd Jacksonville Business Colege, dorf of Kalford. were visitors to by the eud of (this WtJflk. The 7

nice at $1.39 spent Saturday and Sunday In Mr. M. F. Brown und Clifton Starke Monday. Mr. HoltzendorfIs Providence road has the rock base fr ? ,
Co. Midway and U going i't
Starke. Sunday with the Gray! Construction In place beyond ly
returned to Tampa :
Brown ( '
Lake
lit engaged In hardsurfacingroads forward at a good pace -
after spending!: the week-end now
Mr. II. R. WltkovHkl of Jacksonville Lawtey and at Klngsley: lake. In Union county. Butler Times.

|n'8 nine 'Work Shirts lake, with spent his Tuesday sister, !Mrs.at Kings-E. S.ialthews. Misses Mytlce. win and Flo. ('AIU) OF TII.VMKK Guard ,
ley Wm. J. llHffe( and family have Jackson returned to their home In -- I
regular dollar kind .\ Baconton, Georgia. Buuday after WH wish to t thank our many '

it spending a week In Sturfce with frlonds who so kindly assisted us Your Money!
and Ethel Illness and death of our 4
the
.89cMIATTANSIIKTS Misses\ Margaret Long!: during
fee Griffin They were acompauled by son and brother, I). Hitch Green,

Telfalr Long. and!floral also offerings.for the many beautlfu Don't spent it recklessly put it In the bank r I' ji ,

Mrs. J. M. CorpenliiB and Mr. and Mrs. A. It, Green.. where it will work for you earning compound t,,, ', lI

daughter, L'Ktta.): left Wednesday and family.T I I,, interest and protect you against furture desti- +(')' ? ,; '4''; .

I for North Carolina accompanying l'OTTOMIT6'ATIOs': I accounts which I }'
UK i tution. We welcome savings 'ati
best.shirt made-rcgr HIS JOB Mr. Corpening's uncle, W. W. Sorrel '
KNOWING and family of Little hock After a period of u few years i may be started with as low a sum as one dollar. '

prise, $2.50
is week only $1.00sheeting spend( two weeks with relatives In Bradford county because of the do. Practice thrift and you will find yourself 3t ; i
Marlon, N. C. and destructive work of!
presence! attention
much the ainer Good courteous
boll weevil, several ,
the cotton !'I!I
/' Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Chanderand hundred acres have beet planted given to all depositors. ,

rd,u'idc two eons W. II. Jr., and Howard again this. year. Considering the
in a who has to Chand weather con- It
the aviator is one man accompanied by Mr. unusual unfavorable '
flu They say were the guests of I ditions that has been experiencedIn
ler'B mother '
good weight learn his job From the Ground Up. Mr. and Mrs.\ T S. Williams at getting the crop up and the : BRADFORD COUNTY BANK

their Kingsley lake cottage Sun- I' rain during the fruiting season i
"i8 Sale lOc l But he isn't the only one who has to know day. the cotton crop In looking well 'J
Anybodycan The eland U generally very bad, Bradford County's Financial Stronghold ;
his business from the ground up. but the plants are furlted well. No }

Bank in prosperous times. It PAINTER'S Indication of the presence of the STARKE, FLORIDA W
this
conduct a boll weevil has been noted

rduide percale, fine takes experience.and mature judgment to do season and the present crop Is safe >o<*MJfo(!itt >icac! ><3 M llltlttiVM7Nt7ttMt1C111)pNIC( )#tggJel6lt1U.! } e .
Simon Pure Citrus
making house dresses sound banking at all times. It is just case of aaa '

,1lUIar of depositors S' K 'U S' y L'. Corpen nj7
25c Security
15cr knowing your job. Gem Farm CropFERTILIZERS '
ade __ consideration with us. Nn1eN I vamwV Yb0LR, 68 ORnvE L6T co cvera fo TUB I WQI OER IP 1NE12t:( ",,' it3E
money is of first upt'M crotrr'To ibu'O Ard STRor UKgi OJ>K FOUNTAIN AT'A btRt.ll4'fFt3 I

a. MovtC PIAKI' DOOtr FAIRBANKS, t. W TtIAT r'AGTOA. '

ASwiELL.yt/1lL1NHGALS CQRPENING'SSTORE AIN r A '
'
Vustncss. Are wlu.Aeso or- pr GolnD cteR? .,
We Invite Your flanking 11 j'a'
merchandise is atM "TIMK TRIED AND CROP I t,. d C 4
TESTED' I d i3 You cArr'f>:Lt.
Mt3 ,
[ fresh and clean. Our ; hbRf a ..
.fir
Acknowledged t
Our Brands are the

ees are 1alwaYB right.: BANK OF STARKEA l *Standard of florid by wlalch'Orower. bv

PA YS TO TRADE' at judged all fertlllzers for m
I nearly fortr 7 ai. i

ROLL OF HONOR BANKE. "OlrUc *U we eaa for what .
wo get lastMd of getting alit Persistence in the right direction has built up our Corpening's Drug Store + ''L +

R. J. Davis Cashier .e *.. for what w. glee." reputation for reliability. Dependable always il:: fl .

ternberg's S. Matthews, Pres. U. the policy of our supply of standard drugs and beauty need The} Service Store"unfaltering

TIlE E. O. PAINTER helpfulness in service-unwavering Starke Fla. ';: t

FERTILIZER CO.3ACK80NVlLLK. quality-ha ever l been our policy. k !

wu.
STA1UE, FLA -
-
---
-----
--





4 (
'"
.... M .' he
\ ..... :. t.tt>'"I' ft*. ... ..
-,<--,



_c r''F'! '''' ''''''' "'; '''''''' 'of''



_. -- -
-
RAnr.ORD cnrxir TELROBAPH.;: RTAUKE. FLORIDA FKTPAT. Afr.rT

PJ.i. a
'




11,J!; Farmers' and Fruit Growers'. .. Week, August 3-r:




y if 1 ir' .--;-.. ,. .-..- :_______- ,Pullets & Trust Company of this city to High Plane of Politics Will Be Low By Fan

\" t'; r. __ ___. .. : --- Growing consolidate
.
Auburndale New pre-coollng y

}' Need Good Care plant being Installed by Auburn- \ ____ _.__ _ __ ,_ _.__ _, -Will R
] Farmers ,& Farming dale Citrus Growers Association. 7ltooveryou

For Most Profits High watermelons Springs-being Heavy made shipmentof dailY *Ml.terrSmlth are and hereby Mister "Really this is?4re3t Well, "Mister are hereby Rogers,netifted, you oAw I saw, I knew it inpapers. ,

that.you have been
uoiiiUd\ that you have news!. "
(By Ajfrlcnltund Editor) from this section 'nominated for the .
I Gainesville Fla.-With prospects -New schol build- t>".'ii nominated for
.. High Springs
.. ..
presidency
I
__ the
.
._ presidency.
for rising prices of poultryand ing under construction here. llq

Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles eggs; Florida poultry producers -, CIf'rmont-'I,600: contract let

and Methods Found should! give growing pullets. for new city water well.
of Farm Experiences;
r a little extra attention, says N. R. Perry-3 carloads watermelons

To Be Best Suited to Our Country Mehrhof, extension'poultryman.. shipped from here recently.

Government reports show that cold Jat'ksonv1l1e--Trl-State Ticket

I! _::>'I storage holdings at the' principal Company will erect new modern
I ---------- --- -
markets are somewhat lower thanlast plant on Liberty street.
WOMKN'S; PROGRAMS!' year. Also various reports Indicate West Palm Beach-New J. u, .r
Detail l
a' Program 1)1'KINO: FARM: WKKK: that smaller numbers of McCrory building fo.be. erectedon

ARE OF INTEREST: !' laying birds have been producedon Clematis street

Of Farmers'Veek i many farms It thus seems Winter Haven-Good progress

probable that a. smaller number of being made on construction of new
Gainesville 'Fla. Rural women
-
1 pullets will rome Into 'wlnteor 'pro. south'of here.JacksonvilleCornerstone.
fish hatchery
4 i Florida will find .... .
A detail program of Farmers' of a programof duction. laid ---

I Week to be held at the University considerable value and interest mind, I With politicians the tail end of Fenns ,
they are.
"With these things! In for Church of Good Sheperdat has refused to way )
.z new Will Rogers
,+ 6 of Florida at Gainesville' during to them during the seventh annual poultry producers should give; Park and Stockton streets. I Hoover ami Smith in their !us the tools you, just .ain'tI Avenue, and they wiii'"pJ I

the week of August: 13-18' bas Farmers' and Fruit Growers' growing; pullets the best possiblechance Wauchula Hardee county's Join proposal to keep! the campaignon I equipped to conduct anything; on anything short of porpc-tuj (
the office of the Week at the College of Agricul The whole electionwon't tion to have Senator (eat
been received at Into a high plane.
r.l/ so as'to bring them will be doubled a high plane.
strawberry acreage; old till fast with 'ftrBoth\ ,
everybody 19
/ been month
has
be
Agent. The limited num ture. Thin program prepared Mr. Mer- fine of these other candidate a
and will bo under the early production. nays in 1928-29 season.JacksonvilleSun. "Jt'B) In it will revert right back 'are personally 0 K nit tlJ,
by want to run a (:ampaignJn 'I
rhof. "Bringing: pullets Into production Oil Company to So this will give you a are wigged up in ip'", 'mtheir
supervision of members ot the Uogerstwlay to type*
narly Is possible only if at 21st ( a High Plane, says low platform.
local plant of how
flea
will enlarge
+attf'S sort of rough: -
Home Demonstration Do- the humorous
farmer, and the length of It make State In. Life, It'l
-
+ it Impractical to have It published partment. It will begin Monday, if suitable living quarters are provided street and Talleyrand avenue at wvfkly, which, with fifteen distinguished will get by ,Fall. 'A Campaii' ,
crowd'the growing
Daunt : '
I In detail In the local paper. Those August! 13, and close Saturday, of approximate cost ot $50,000. Americans nominatedliiin '' "So Uter>'s!! where the Anti- < [Plane.!
chirks. Provide some type Ouerln Lumber
i t t, who are Interested In attending August 18. Melbourne as the candidate against Bunk'Pltrt, i Ii. lying(': )!low, just-to: "Scorer" reinti' ,
tb i shade during( the summer months. Company erecting new lumber Hunk: "but it wnuH! be just likonil thefellow' that1ltn\ fttf ''in
ti these meeting/ or a part of them The women's program this year !rrab up run for the 1.0111
,, Pullets will grow off better If they conduct camj.iiiifrt ,
storage warehouse wanting to : my other, two. 'boy arA nice
home improvement these Our "
i can get; detailed Information by will have sections on \ party) tnai (1"
are comfortable. Lake Butler-Building boom In QU a st i icily grammatical' I ,,,, ; jll..t running:
4mt art
"' the county agent food, nutrition and .kids* liiy vote but we gut "M+an. a I Icumins
railing on .
/ be :
"The pullets, should fed so progress here ,ltUr*. fur ttift MI,, ,t'"They l elor: < Tmil [
and
he discussed conservation ,
of the subjects to health, gardening/
Some will ''be lre! to'iout 1 Jut ami
u.uld;
i that normal growth pos Jacksonville-Instruction In extinguishing 1 !
1
CuUKfic-iict matt.
all' clothing.and sewing. These ti.cir: miJjils i)) set on ., got out;
will In probability .
h ,b' P which sible. They-tlhould receive a good conflagrations through ""I"t"r|" | t it*,, itixl l that's} the ', gut
will be held
be of Interest to farmersof sectional programs -
a mash scratch, gems!: oyster numbers -
growing chemicals given
,
Hated her each' afternoon, while. _Joint prongrams ; use of r
Bradford county are
t.. will the morning I shell, charcoal, grit, and an South Jacksonville fire department and Sex
t low. occupy. abundance of-clean, fresh water. companies. I Will Rogers Fights Convention Appel
k ;' Monday, :August 13., 2:45: > to hours' "Poultry raisers will find that lumberman pay $400-
Georgia
Claude L. On Wednesday morning a meetIng -
Strawberries -
:3:28 I \ -
will develop to better In
the pullets 000 for 2f,000 acres timber
of Senior somebody else's perspiring
Council
the State
of
!DeVane:
: It they are managed un- Will Rogers, the presidential
F Monday August/ 13th, 2:45: to Home Demonstration Work will beheld advantage the Polk county. of the Party Opposedto instead of your own
: candidate'
Keep
conditions. -
I '
der sanitary $22,500 appropriated
3:21)/ Tomato Diseased-Dr. 0, F. in connection with the women's Ft. Myers- ii.i 1i "I met Tex Rickard d.
opposedto
and Internal Dunk. is t unalterably
+ b' At this time reports birds free ot external for advertising; city and maintenance Houston and Ire'wanted
't program.
Weher.
Parasites and dIseases political 1 conventions. The an- '
parasites. here. i convention in conjj
August 13th.3:30; to from the various county purposes on our ,
Monday of the nouncement followed his return to I
tend to lower the vitality LaBelle 5 new fireresistantstore with the TunneyHeeneyHe
.
tiii 4: TO-Crowing Watermelons councils will be received.It pullets and make them less prof buildings under constructionhere. Beverly Hills from the Republican said he needed lomcth,
1TJ
C. R. Hiatt.t' Is expected that number of itable. and Democratic conclaves'' .at get the customers in there.
13th., 3:30 to the visiting women will be Interested I Anti-Bunk Con
Monday August and are Kansas City and Houston. ( him an
maturity profit will be
; 4:10: -Selection: of Layers E. In some of the me;/. pro "Early! LaBelle-Improvements ..., wouldn't hardly! fit in with i
do .
closely correlated 'In some recent LaBelle Theater this "Our party has got to all \
H. Bartlett. grams, particularly the ones re- made to 'I 1 his.' He should put them ot
work In California, pullets were our sweating at home, says Rog- Demo
i Republicans or
summer. the'
14th., 8:46 to 'to poultry. ,
i Tuesday.. August : lating
divided Into three groups-early i tn'his weekly Appeal for support :
O. Stuart-More than 3,000 acres ers. "Now there is Just ontj .
for Truck Crops- -
maturing middle maturIng, and will be planted to vegetables in In today Life.. "We don't tint I want to repeat froj
Noted Speakers on late maturing; Flock records were Martin county this season. want our perspiration; scattered in I of my earlier speeches ml arp
2:00 to
14th.
August : kept on egg production, value of Jacksonville $300,000 new halls all over the country. is that there will be no tffij( .ub

Crop Diseases-Spe- General Program eggs produced, mortality, and per home of Jacksonville Chamber of '"If our constituents! > can't make I 1 1I.t sex appeal in this eampni, "ads
of culling.; The early maturing and Duval home just, want to make that clti
cent Commerce at Julia fools out of themselves at lie
.
there
16th. 8:45
August : I understand if
Farmers'Week pullets produced the greatest there is' no reason for them to cause
DI- streets opened. go ny
votesfrom women com
Poultry Sanitation, of
: from eggs and bad the mains to places like Kansas City I'
revenue Mayo-MaIn street water away We are glad to have' so mucS
Shealy. and the lowest culling and Houston and practice. Our tk,
least mortality s. the ladies but if ill
August 16th., 2:00: Gainesville fla.-Visitors to being relaId. appeal and one of the planks +tin" .t '" itIi 1n i port from appeal b
is only
percentage. it sex
} that
Picnic. Miami-Low bid of $532,015 received is to the that, "= out
the seventh annual Farmers' and our platform person Ii they'll have to stop printinj :pit
18th. 8:45 to for construction of Caloosa- has ambition to stand in a .i I I
August : Fruit Growers' Week, August 13- no picture in the paper_That_I '
.
Rhodes bridge on State Road packed hotel lobby and wipe .. .
-L. M. hatchee river
of Agriculture,
College
r-t25-Solis G 18, at the w *"
I I II 6 in Lee county. -\
+ Pelham. will have an opportunity ot bearIng CHIPS No.
; August 16th., 2:00: some outstanding speakers and I I Hudson-Construction of new ".
L Cotton Varieties.A. W. agricultural workers who will appear City Hall here will begin soon.
that longas Boynton Rebuilding canal II
Johnson as
on the general sessions programs Spuds says
i August 17th., 9:30: to' dally. These general session we are not In a position to road here progressing rapIdly. +

lu'Florida. programs will be held In the change it, there Is no need to wor- 'Lake Lake Extensive street

t August 17th., 3:30: to University auditorium at 11 ry about the weather ';,. improvement program authorizedby

: ; Production Discus- o'clock each morning and will be ___ 1 City Council. vBunnell w.... ."" ,,'

i attended by all visitors.: Fern growers of Volusla'countyhave -Flagler County Grow "f '. -

August 18th., 848} On Monday, Dr. Jas M. Farr organized the Florida Plum- ers' Association organized here.

t cusHlon. acting president of the University osls Growers' Coooperative Association St. Petersburg-Steps taken toward .. r

_.__ n topics too numerous of Florida, and Hon. W. B. Davis, with the assistance of establishing; stone crab hat- -
to be listed hero will be. member of the Hoard ot Control, County-Agent T. A. Brown., I chery here.
n dlscunned In the course ot the will welcome the visitors to the Shamrock-New ice plant of amp

r ''week, and the county agent! will campus. Miss FlavIa Gleason, state Many people In-Lee County are Putnam Lumber Company here begins ?

'he glad to advise regarding them home demonstration agent, will becoming Interested In the cultureof ,I operations.
It called upon. Come to the office make a short address on "Progress the papaya, writes County AgentW. Apalachlcola-New bridge over

N and read the program: In detail. In the rural home.." P. Hayman. :Most ot the plantIngs Carrabelle river here completed.
.
Dr. W H. Mills, professor of agricultural will be on a small scale, In Orlando-Rabbit Industry grow
,,1I00KWOIUI THK.tTMRNT11hT.lS : economics and rural sociology tho nature of experiments. ing fast In Orange county. t o
& : TOM TIMMONH at Clemson College S. C., 'Orlando-$11,813 contract let

,c GROW INTO'RivAL HOY! will be the principal speaker on Farmers of "Waukulla county for construction of airplane hangar -

S i Tuesday. He will discuss the subject were surplsed recently when they: at municipal airport at Lake''

h I don't believe that I have ever' "Does big business tend to saw year old calves which weighed Underhill. r ,

i t >een a boy "come out" like Old adopt the cooperation method!" 600 to 850 pounds. 'The .calves Howey-Atlantic Coast Line '

) ,Slim Tlmmons boy, Tom has Wednesday, Dr. L. M. Drake, were seen on a South Georgia Railway completes its tracks into Q -cc

1 Tom has always been thin, pal well known chemist of Daytona stock farm 'The trip was plannedby this town.

and sickly until a few weeks ago,, Reach, will make an address on County Agent D. M. Treadwell. St. Augustine-Reconstruction
l { but has recently begun to grow "Science and agriculture." work completed on Anastasia Buick

Y and develop Into a real boy. Listlessness "Idealise the Job" will be the Jo'I..OUlDWJoJEKLY INDUSTRIAL Boulevard and Dixie Highway. Only

'ti tt{ paleness and lazlnest topic of a very interesting discussion RBVIKW Orlando-FlorIda Public Service

have gone, and have been replaced to be delivered by Dr. James Company making Improvements at

by life and activity. Speed, editor of Southern Rural- Inverness Carlot shipment ot Plant Qn West Robinson and Chatham

s 4 i Tom'was over at my house yes lat l on Thursday. Dr. Speed Is as watermelons from this section being streets. valY
terday, and I asked him what had well known on the lecture plat- sent to Northern markets. Jacksonville Cornerstone laid

happened to make him start to form as he Is In the farm paper Ocala-2400 acres land on Oc- for new Protestant Episcopal couldgivesuc

grow and become robu t. editorial field. klawaha river in Marlon county church at corner of Park and /

o- '."1'''fook treatment for hook On Friday, Dr. W. J. Spl11 nan, purchased by Florida Power Cor- Stockton streets.

4Worms'he, replied, and aded, "be agricultural economist from the poration for power development. Melbourne Beach-Florida Power '

+ lieve- me, I sure feel a lots better,, United States Department of Ag-I Jacksonville Contracts total- &: Light Company to install

too." riculture, will speak on "Balanc Ing $64,732' awarded for paving street lights here during summer. Buic'k

+ I Old Sllm's family had always ing the farm output..' I Dennis and Union streets. Winter Park-2 new store roomsIn Only 0S

( been rather careless about the use Value of Florida's fishing industry Keezel arcade In business district

of a good sanitary privy. Part ol IIOM:'ilKMONHTRATION: foe 1927' estimated at more here will be completed and

the) time they used an old rickety AND COUNTY AGENTS than 125.000,000. ready for occupancy by August 1.
M closet that was open to files, pigs, TO MEET: AT COIJ. GE Exports of merchandise from High Springs$19,875 con-

chickens, and sometimes they did Florida during 1927 'were valued' tract let for. construction of new could buildsuclia(3 l

'.not use any privy at all. Gainesville Fla.-The annual at 927.995.559. compared to $25-' schoolhouse here.Tampa$3,000,000.

I Hookworms began: to get scat'tered meeting ot Florida county and 491.301 during 1926. cold stor- Annl""""

around the place, and since home demonstration agents will beheld Tarpon Springs First National age and pre-coollng plant under lUre are the prices of the Silver

j'' they are not big enough to be seen,, at the College of Agriculture Bank and Bank of CommerceThe construction on water front here. Biiickl J
; i rt i the family was Ignorant ot their during the week of October 8-13, 116 Inch Wheel Base Crud them and then eonsMrr bow:: wr1Fivepaaaenger2door I
according to an announcement by Ilu.lIM-1 Coupe.$1193.00; perl..' '
i' 'presence.Tom Two-pauenger mueh more of style, luxury, .1
would wade In the water officials of the Agricultural Exten- WALTER P. CHRYSLER'STRAFFIC SrJan...,91220.00 arulvalueyouobtain in this pew Bulc"bad.
S laround the place after a rain, and ion Division. During that week Five-pawengerPluretoa.$1225.00 might an lef
''pretty soon would have "toe Itch." the next year and will attend the I Four-pawwiigrr Special {.'..u.....'l2>O.00 In any other automobile you Fidiervthk

'Ha was) becoming Infected with College ot Agriculture Including TALKSTOURING f FlYe-pnger"-doorSedl1n..1320.tlO New Masterpiece 'nodi fI b1 \.

hookaworms and dln't know it.. the Experiment Station and Agricultural 121 Inch Wheel Base nllitchl ....Jine colors and ,,.CCf::::

They tucked hIs life blood, sapped Extension Division, con- Itoaditter.91325.00. .New elements of power,epeMiTwopwmger33u.lneaaCoupe.$1398.Ot u'"p
him vitality and kept ,him from cerning various problems connect Four-pBMengrr Sport ) lion, raoothuetus and reliability world"

growing like a normal boy should. ed with county agent work. FOR EVERYBODY Four-paiwnger Special Coupe! ,.' .&.*>0.00 preached; by any other car in lute ru"ve"lr', I

Just before school closed, the There are now 45 county agents first passionate wish in the Do not be too proud to askquestions Fl"e-p..C100ae-.upl.. .SI&50.tlO new. features of
i it county health nurse came to the and 35 home demonstration agentsworking' !heart of !every driver who it not but be careful to use Fin-paasenger4-doorSethn....$1320.00 equalled..and all at tlP'lcri
S schoolhouse one day with the in the counties of Floe guided entirely by the herd instinct discrimination in the choice of a'person onliixry motor carat!

;;county home demonstration agent, ida. i i. that he may be able to to ueslion. Never try to 129 Inch Wheel Base such valu.! .0aIt
"and they made a health examination find roads which are not congested. "make time if you are reading. Five-pwengerPhaeton........'I5 J.W .Only IJulck eould give
Dean H. W. Mumford ot the IllinoIs for the main in hunting u.1t,' Lund such a earlFivepsaaengrr I
of the children at the school Certainly it Is the spoken desire boy Seven-paMC Touring......'1'jJ.tJO: Buick could
the arrival of the
rl"S They found that Tom, along witha Colege of Agriculture says of the Chamber of Commerce and new highways which is should be Coupe.........'IitGi.00Fivepass.
scarcity ot trained leadersIn unexpected met THEFourp0d8.COn..rtlbleCOupe..1875.00
number of other children, had that a automobile clubs and .highway executives with ingenuity and interest. .Cloce-Coupled Sedan.91873.00
the farming business due to IVEtiSARY
disease. in general that new roadsbe in I
hookworm
fewer graduates from agricultural Certain roads are impassable SILVER A RI lJ
t They persuaded the parents of sought out and followed. The had weather. and careful inquiry FIve. n.rr"-doorS..n.193".1IO
the children to let them go to the colleges, will make the near future first itep towards motoring in the should be made as to the conditionof n- ...I'S4'Claln..204j.OO l ; '

t county health officer and be treated the most opportune time In many country would teem to be BO get: the road bed if there have been Sev n-po :n.erUmou.lne.2IU.OO BUICKFilm t

for'hookworms. Tom said It years for high school graduates to a map, trace out the main artery recent rains. Roads in hilly 4Upe'losa' j.o. b. Buick factories
i was a very simple treatment they take an agricultural college marked in red, and then avoid it. country, even if third rate are apt Michigan
course. Mark out a course on the secondary to be fairly safe even after a rain BY ,15 J'
didn't hurt. Said
y gave him and roads, holding to the general but reads by rivers and in flatlands __S ___ WITH MA9TIERFIECB BODIES
S r 'S he had to stay in bed all one day. Indian town-Murpy road will direction which you wish to follow.If are apt to be bad after heavy

Well sir the way those children be repaired and Gaines highway you remember ,your course well rains. Register Motor Company
: have developed since that time is to this place wjlt be conditioned.to or if you have an able aisutsnt to Roading as well as driving in
proof enough of the value of the call off the towns and the turns heavy traffic call cat the same ,
treatment. Everybody around here take the treatment also and you will be surprUed at the CAM requisites in a driver-caution, I BUILD Tal
,
1e, I* commenting on It. Oj.h r-mem Slim Is going to fix up a sanitary: with which you can foUow these alertness to conditions, courtesy to WHEN BETTER ,AUTOMOBILES: ARE II U11.T ..ntllCK WILL

S// bers of Tom's family have. ,decide,privy. new routes. otheis..and taUlUbk! good Learpely. I -- -



hM r




.
,' ,
.. .' -, '
.. ,. ,
,. aiat .... ', --
., P 0' ,__ .0, ,,' A" '- ,
.
'



r "

! "},> jIo'T .

__________ ______________ _






,

"*. '\. *

U' .__. __ .. .. _'u_ BRADFORD OOtJWTY! TKt.EflRAPH. STARKK. FLORID ,' t1
'- .t
7 r....... .... .. .; TtltusviTla", : Profcress. beIng_ -- -- -- '- ..- ..I ..'
Jcar1Vatives i
undrr
such .
\ and
classlAcatlons
I ,,'. made on construction of $150,00 spatial 'I local IIIWH' luoorporatlncr no |, OltllF.1t FOr PI'nl.I'\T'O' nTICI 01 ,APPLICATION. FOR ,.
J. BVRRGRKKX:' allies I ); towns, providing for their I T\X DEED t ,I. '
(Mrs. 10'. A. Rosier, Cor.) new high school building\ (In Klver .government. jurisdiction powers, |'I IlL ('lr"111 Court L Twenlv-slxth Ju- I

. To Hear American Jazz I- side Park. diitlcN And privileges shall be. |I"ns''. .illc-lal 1 "lrNIII rirnilrni-il ronniy.

-. ..... ......... ... ...... cit by the Legislator. Slate of T "''Irl"%". In Clisixery.Tnlton _.NOTICE W. Moore is iiRTtnnT Holder of GIVEN Tax Cel'I That 1 ''Wy '

C'umplalnaiil.: ute No. 2<(11. the Kth day of '
E\'erlFrel"n.; August 10. :Mrs
A. 1990. has filed said CertifIcate
A JOINT : vs.
Ii. :: :$' : rile Mangle! Forsyth and children, Lu- TRAIN SCHEIULE: an Amendment nRSOLUTION lo Article Proposing* Ill, Hoc. ; '_:\ln lCier.th'fCndant.. for In inv tax nillcn deed to and Issue. made thereon application In acccirdHnce .) 1,
and Inn of
Eugene; spent Friday and 21. the Constitution of the '
with law Haul certificateembrace I .
)Ktate. of It appearing by sftWnvIt append
Saturday with her sister Mrs. J, Effective; July 18th. trains will ransag-e by Florida the Legislature. Relating or to Sp the.- nil i in 11m, hill filed .In the nl>o\ i------vt. the following described '

M. Rosier at Wbodlawn run as follows: clnl or I. i.-al Laws. oil c-Muiw that Lula l>srl-M l !I"< defendant property. Florida sltunteil, to-wlt In: UrailforU County I us

Hoy and Calvin Morgan; of aim No.1. Southbound local' due nil It the Kesnlved Htat of Florida toy the !Legislatureof ctvnt nf the I therein"State""In.of 'Florida,' l I' n. lon-"I-. All le*."...0 2S, Tp 7, S. R I B.. $40Al : j "\ '

St. Mary were called home Tuesday Starke 10:45 p. rn. That the following; amendment to' ....Id.n. Is. jpnknowit and \er theagt assessment of said I .
KecMicm. 21 of .. of lw ntone yeiirs, It IK therefore \1- : rtt
No. 11, southbound! local due Article III of the Constitution said certificate la
of lust week! on account of the of the Slat. of Klnrlda. tflatlng ordered that said nnn-reslden< name of Unknown.Unless .J.
death of their brother Uoro. BUrke 11:23: H. m. ; to the passage by the. legis defendant lie nnd) Is hereby re iulrei wild cnrtllcate .. be .... -
.
No. 2, Northbound local due lature of Hpet..lal. and Local Laws, In appear to thulull of complaint! filed deemed nccording law, tax deed 1ji (
Mrs. A. B. Rosier and Ron o f b* and the same Is hereby agreed to, I In xu III rniiHion ". before Mon will ISSUM Ihereou: 0'0 the 27th day of )
' the Slate 3tarke 6.24: a. m. ami shall he submitted to the elec. ti RV. the Hi,rul day of 8<>|>t.. A, I).. 11128. August, A I.). I :
; Farm, are pending a No. 12, northbound local due I Sore of the mute of Klnrlda for .ppioval ."h"\I"A I ho allfgutliins nf said Dlt, Dated this 3id day of July. A. D.
) i. few weeks here the guests: of Mrs I or rejvctlon! .t th* net K",,- .. taken as lonfeHMed by caIddafenuintuL 19n.:
Starke 3:06
'
Hester p. sn. I cyst Klorllon of IteproMentatlveM to (MliAL) O. W. ALDERMAN.
Sapp. x ''b. held I" further ordered that this nr- rierk of Circuit < '
No. 107 southbound limited due on th* first Tuesday. after 1 Court
A1 ii Mrs. WJlllerm Reddish : the first Mondav In Nov"mb..iA.. ,.1:). lie. pultllxhed once a week for Bradford County. Florida. 1 toM .
la
visitIng Starke 1:20
, r : p. m. |ij*. That IM to Kv, that Hectlon four coned lit Ive weeks. In the Ilracl- 2-17-&t-8.24 ,;, '
-4r her daughter. Mrs. Bessie Sapp No. 109 northbound limited due 21 of article nf| of the Constitution foul Count v '1.I."rlph. .newspaperpulillHlieil .

at Raiford.Mr. of the state of Florida shall he in and State.ThlH '
SUrka (
6:44: p. m. amended. to real as follows: July 311th. 1 152 S.tl. o'rl'J or .tPPl.l.iItO\ FOR I''C, ;: ;

Ellery Redding and Miss\ i Wannee Branch-No. 101 leaves "Hertlon SI. In all cases enumerated AY. AI.DKRMAW. i TiXTS 1'EI: I, ,

Edna Howard ;of Glen''Bt.. Mary, Starke 6:30: a. ru.; No. 102 arlven In the precedingnetiini( ',. (iAL) Cl.-ik Circuit Couit.My -

WE'renltpd! In marriage Tuesday ; 2:10: laws shall be general and of uni C A. KNit H'' I HEREBY OIVEN. That ''
p. m. form operation NOTtF
he
throughout ( State, 1)"pII T>. 1 i,
July 31st. I T. J. Orlffln.AUVKHIUKMKNT but In all cases. not enumerated orexeepteul n M JOHNS.Rullrttor elite No, SOU tue I.t"J; II fl

Mr. land Mrs. J. Q. Roster and In that section the I.niflslature for romplnlnnnt H-S-Bf-J-31 A. 1 U. 1926. has !* 0 ,
may pass special or local laws In my nttlrand mad applicationfor it
HKI.A11MQ TO
children of Sapp were lbe except UK now or her after otherwise M.twTtItI.4 Still I :
guests LOST !' >!.ltlb.il tax deed to Issue thereon In ac <' ".
of Mrs. }[p.ter.Sapp-Saturday. provided In the Constitution)1 cordant. with .\ Bruit e.rtltlc'ateembraceS ,
frnvlded. That no local or sneolal : the following describedproperty
Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Redding; TO WHOM TT MAY CONCERN NOTICE bill shall be passed. unless. notice of Take notice that UI""I' and hv uate In Bradford County I 'l$

and !Mrs. Bryant Redding and baby ] is: urcuHUT aivKN: THAT the Intention tct apply therefor shall virtue rif t Unit llmil detren entered. rlorl.lH., to-wlt: I ,
'Fir* Policies, No.. 7837 to 7840 have been. published. In the locality March listh. 1928. hv lion A. Z. Ad. Northwest ciusrter of NortheastiVluirt.r '
of the State Farm were vlult Inclusive, where the mailer. or thing to be af Ii'lute, Judge of Circuit Court of Section Si). Tp. 7, S. R. : l ; u4
ing Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Redding Automobile Pollcle. Nos. 13360 fected. may be situated which notice Ilrntlford Countv. FloiIdt I In hat KaNt', 40 Acres. '
to 1S1525 InclUKlve.Automobile shall state the .substance of the contemplated cause wherein I'nnl llrotherx, Incnruornted. 'i'hs ase-essment nf said property
Friday afternoon.Mrs. Policies, No. 1SJ82 I"w.nd shall be published I it rnrpni I .". (and I I. II, under saId pertinent' Issued In the lj 1- '
.vi&i.Jf E. W. Hoslerand children. to 1S36CO Incluxlve. t>t least.. thirty\ days prior too the l'n..t'ldt. are ,'ouuupla, liuniuts. and A. name of J. F. Hoimer.t >
Ius. Automobile Hollolee No*. 23937 Introduction Into the Legislature. of If. .t nl I.. HI-H defoiiiliiuts. In suit t ntenM said rertltlfat shall be rdeeimul *- <
of Jacksonville are visiting her to 239300 Inclusive, surh bill, and In the) manner to lie II foreclose nioitgage over lands a.'o.rlna, to law, tax deed.
sister-in-law.] Mrs. Jean Casklns. of the Colonial Fire Underwriter provided by law. The evldenc thai liri, lnufler uluis'ilLet.I this underHlfrneil will I..."" lu.r. oithe. '27th day V
I mneh of National Fire Inn. Co, o such iiotIi'ohits been published shall. ns 8piclal ( will sell of August H. 102$. ,
Hartford reuiilrlna: fur tltelr. vail he HtnbllNhc'il) In the LegIslature. for, cash to t hit 11.1..1 blilder Infront Dated. thin t3id day of July A. U.
.
dlty the couuierpijnu&ttir.ot. a i dul:, before touch bill shall he massed l>v of Mouth ilnor nf the t'ciiirl 1
\ : 'hI selves of that blame In by paying aufhnrlsed snd lU- nn d agent, have having iillldavlt or prootII"h'' ''- Hoiiiin In SlHlUe. Hrndford "ollliv. i SWAI. (1 W.of AJ.nFHMAN. jI jIClerk
t born lost. Hlnoe thvne policies have ration attached IMnrlda. Mcimlay, September : l'lr'ul .
what taxes they with to the |oponml "IIIwh..n ) on :1..1. htruiui ford Florllit.
owe reasonable -
I not. hun rerularly coutitKrHliinedInmipiJ or the same I III Introduced. in elth IU! H. during the li-ictil liouit" of ".I. CUl 1-iit.111.5-24.! > : l :
promptness.-Times-Union. whkh fait the uiulerKlffnedlocal ..r Ixuiich of the Legislature. and tho tnlhwlnl liindx lying and ..I,1
; 4kL & agent hereby publicly. altlrm! which such affidavit constituting I In ..0110. I HiadTord mid Clay. > I 3 3NOTICIl

iI1g I Madison-Work progressing on or rerelved accuiintvd theronnder for, nor by nny thin tirvinliim: Onm- proof of publication shall) he Cfltar.lit #415 t. 10'1: Aa'PI.I'IOi Poll
.In, full upon the Journal ef the A I 12; h half of 4 1.
\ t"I'U"
they will be valueless and TAX UKUI)
construction of Madison indepenH- Semite mid Noi' Not tlieast
-L ; :rJ'I In. the hand of whomsoever: of the House of Representatlvrx .. 11"rt. cjunr lht4NOTIE
J y j ent tobacco pool building. they may fall and any claim there which entries shall Immediately 1..1 cif Null hw..1 ii|1'1'1'' Snut hviiHtriiiniter. ---- '
follow South hnlf of Mciii Ii- V
. p under would be Illegal and fraudulent : the Journal entry M unRRnr OIVRN. That
- g ;' South Jacksonville Plans for If found they dhould be returned showing the Introduction of the billProvided West quarter of S..lon 1lNottbeutst : A. K ullv.n. holder of Tax Certificate i i
-- I however, publication of North- th 6th of July.
no *
to the Selheln. Hrure & Co.. ; quarter day i'i .
heautlflcation of Atlantic Boulevard General Agents of the Company at any loial I or special law is required Hnuthenst 11UI'r. ',"Rrl..1 A. J>. 192H. has fed said certlficat* t.I: '
hereunder when nf Mont hen of ; In nrtlc .
Columbia South: Carolina.No such local or spe .t my
from here to Beach : : a.plc.Uon
Neptune claim of any nature purport- chat law contains a provision to the Noith half of Northeast. quarter for tax dxeil to Issue ". '
: launched at meeting of Exchange log to be baited upon them will be effect that the .same shall not become NOI'I h"D"1 quarter of Northwestuiluirt'v. cnrdnnc with Inw. Bald certificateembraces

Club. r."olll'ol..1. by the Company. The operative or effective. until the same (| ;:;, Southeast\! '1 ciuarter of Northeast the tolloWln. decrlb.dproperty
1
pnbllu will please. take notice a.c- hits been ratified or approved liy a nnurter, North built of Hoiltheaetciuitrter .Itua..d Drator4 Coun- ,
/ C cordingly. majority of the qualified elector \\rc.st half of HuuthwcstO'larter y, "'Iorldl to-wltl I
___ (./.1' ;' Pensacola In nf Section 1ft, North half, I' a 114 ft. fl 0' NTH
4600,000 paving C'OI ONIAt, FIRE UNDKRWIUTIIK3 participating an election palled In : : ." .I point
: : 1
i.. = wll be started here ,: Branch of National l"lre In- the territory affected" by nald spelul Houl Invent citiaiter, North built ofMiiulheast ror.. HWU of NWW A run" 1015ft. I,
program ,Kurance Co. of Hartford or local law.A qln'I..r. of Section 14 ; try SH cur. of snld forty, thence
: C ttt s 51r: .ii'i,.,: ,,' Non h bait Nor I h went of W 40 lWft. to fly right of t1i:
J ; j jsaWmA I t.tIW.bPHr rliftjr rcl jti;) Ai (| p pAffj'1Th' if] m Am,my I; shortly. By SinuifilJ*. BRUCK & CO.lenernl lt qnaiter of .
( Agents! Columbia, S. (.1. Hc-pllon I 21:i; Ninth linlf I of Northenstiiunrter I.'N. on rlgbt. way 62H w"t i,1<.i
a
.
I I') 954 ft to of
:I. V. JOINT RUJHOLtmON Proposingan of H. itlon 22 In Town- h.'I'
Local ;
:h xplorer Will Take of the present 'mommy' output. Orange City-Repairs to recrea- Hampton HOUSCR.Florida.. AgentAt Amendment to Nectlon 10. A..t.Ide plilp 7. South Range, 11 Kant and Hen. 311. Tp. 7 1, H R. 23 i.Ia.rt.10 3$

The natives love to hear of tion hall here nearly completed. 7'13.6t-8.1O'1 XII of the Constitution of I the lying I I In I Iii,ii rolil lnUlIY.! l MorlclaAl UII' assessment: nf Mali I ) : rl I Itile
our J State of Florida Relating to Kdu' .. Hectlon 1 > 7 suld I certificate I.J. In t 1
Ukulele : !xttiIciuNotice '
onFlight warm South with its p name of Unknown.
lazy cation '
easy ; Authorising the Divisionof
Mouth J2 : and InIlindford
llangn lying
A'wilt
t und Plant City-120,000 new two- Counties Into 1.t. Unless snld "'" b* rleenied *-
good
ways, things to eat. Is hereby given to all concerned Special Tax JJIs Cntinlr, .. ,111"11. .hAI deed
: brick-office building under trli-ts; Providing for the l>.l..ctlon .
story Also Swrtlon 7 of Tiiwnshln 'fRoUlh.
Mr. IConter holds that the City Council of the hectic therson on the 27th day
a record for construction City of Mtarke of Hchool Trustees, Their Term oOfllce flange 21 Hunt. In Clay of A. IV 1128.
taking modern on Twiggs street by>> Florida. sitting a. a and Duties 1)'ln& August
; American music and for Levying County. l.'l.rh.lg.aIui .
Board of Rqualliern on Tuesday.
    1e I Sew York City.-nicliard W. into the few places! where it. had nitter-Setzer Lumber Company. July 34th, A. II. 1928 made the following and Collection of a District $ 111., will tin sold to satisfy, 1r? A lisp
    School Tax for .
    iorter niember of the of never penetrated. S rhanTH In the tax .........- Be It Resolved Hchool Purposes.. saul d.. ) ... ( (I. tv. ALDERMAN h
    crew the ,
    ;
    Legislature .
    Fl Palm Beach-New ,Palm Beach meat roll an filed by the City Tax: by A. s runws. Clerk of Circuit Court. )
    leutenant Richard Bynl'a( pro- "I don'thnow of the State of Florida: Special Master In Chancery.KNIOHT .. Bradford County. Florida.
    r( ; : what it is about Assessor for 1928. Notice la. further -
    ij South Pole Sailfish Club building under construction That the following Amendment. to A kVUHIT. Starke Fla.iuiieitors 7-l7-ot-2-3.
    lied expeditlor, in-. this given that the City Council will
    music of but
    ii queer ours, even Section 10 of Article XII of the Con. $ for Complaln.nt.1.IGt.II.31..
    Ittdi to take his ukulele end coition the on lake front. at a. meeting be held on the Slat
    e natives will take to tt, he de- day of August at the City Hall In eltutlon of the Htate of Florida re. / I.N I.
    of to while a- bating to .education be and the
    I mammy tonga clares. "They won't attention Htarke at 11:00 o'clock will same
    pay any : p. m..
    Cocoa 945 carloads citrus Is FOR
    hereby agreed to and shall be sub- omn OIl APPLICATION
    ''I ny fie frozen niirhts. to classical pieces that Inlay hear from all such owner or agents muted. Of A FORT i1',
    I"l 1 was with Byrd at the Nrth for them but jazz: gets them. fruit were sniped from here durIng as desire.. to appear and tile. cornplaint. at the General to the Election elector of of Representatives the. State. U'I'I'1 .\\1.1.,1.1.10"".::1':1 TAX DW 'l t, r'1' _

    fait and the natives all wanted It 1927-28 season. as to the valuation an fixed to be held In 1928 for -
    I is the universal< rhythm, and I "y the paid Board of Knuallsar, and approval :1 _____
    or rejection. That Bald. Ruction is inonrcnT! i orVDN That :
    know a '
    i about
    blains mammy tonga, am expecting that Its effect on the Tarpon Springs-Parts of sea hear any reason why the valuation 10 shall be. amended so a* to NOTlE is HERKUT OIVKN That D. W. loo'Q holder of Tax \)ertlfl.ay t : ; %
    I) Kontpr "so this time I natives of the South Polar regionswill hould be changed. I read as follow: D. W. Moore holder of Tax Certi. cat the 6th at July,
    h I learning 'That's My Mammy.' be just what it was on those wall and walks around west end of WW 6l3'/i.of NFJ% of 1:11'1ot: .J,\ NCH 28 of W% "sertlon 10. The Legislature. may tigate No. 200, the 6th day: of July.A. A. D. I has tiled said, certificateNcvriria l
    ofsni.. of NIJ'4 II 22
    rov'de' for the division of ii. 11120. has filed said certlllcatein In my oinc and mad application
    I lecms to me the moat typicatRKstU who live around the of Spring Bayou repaired. any coun-
    North Por. 10 aureit. K:. M. Thoma from 1600
    .
    ty: or counties. Into convenient .dhaadistricts my olllra! and made applicationfor I fur tax deed to 'issue thereon In aooorilana -
    a to 1000. ; and for the election biennially tax, deed to Issue therein In accordance with luw. Bald certificateembraces
    ( : TAX RATES: aid business concerns generally Palmetto-Sun Oil Company Com.: 81 ft. 9 In. W of} NH cor. of of three school trustees. who with law. ttuld certificateeinunncD the following d..crlb.t .1,4

    .\NI> I'Nl'AIO TAXES In order that they erecting new filling station at cor- BIk. 18 & run W on Cull Ht. 30 ft. shall hold I their offices for two yearsand the following; describedproperty ironnrty situated In I.tia
    proceed
    may a 106 ft. K 30 ft. N 105 to hetf. 28 S who shall situate In Bradford county y. Florida to-wlt I
    have the
    continue do business. If merchants I ner of Lemon avenue and Myrtle 22 Original! Town J. C, Manning all the school within supervisionof the dl-. to-wit' Northwest quarter of Southwest t t '
    from to ; "' In 34. Tp. T, B. K. ** e
    $1,000 3000. Lots4 15 of 81k. Hampton niinrlvr j..U"" :
    .rlolls taxing districts In the for instance could increase street. Ulk 81 an. extended on Enaey' inch eotlon; and of for district the levying school and col- S..c. T!). 7, U. H. 1 1 .et. Eo"t. 40 ,. ut'I 'I
    a tax for I. .
    I e are announcing tax rates toJin their prices as readily as tax rates S map Original t Unit Refining the exclusive use. of the public tree ; asHHSsment said The; assessment of sail property i
    River 0'3n'n Issued undc-r said certificate Issued wa In
    Junction-Rocking see- Co 28 6 22 to 810,000. tinder mild I certificate was rtr
    (force on the ensuing year. are Increased. It is quite possible Elk 3 (7 lutH, ) L. T. & Con. add. 28 schools within the District. whenever the name of Unknown. Unless. tha name of Unknown. I
    uallll..tI
    tion of Gulf Coast Highway be- ,
    a majority of the q sine- said certificate shall b* redeemed -
    I many InRtances an increase In they-wonld be -so' ttTBistent on II 22. Weefca *. Hrownlee Trutee certificate shall be rndnemed Unless .,
    tween Apalachlcola and the Lagoon from |350 to 1700. tors thereof that pay a tax on real tog to law, taut deed will Issue there- according I to law tax deed
    I milage has been decided upon. prompt payment of what is due Lots 6 8 7 59 t 1(1( & N4 lots 4 & 11 or personal properly shall vote In til on the 27lh day of August. A. D.Dated will Issue thereon: ot: ,47. day of

    ,l mcnnn that where such in- them. This merchants, of colirse completed. BIk. 13 L. T. & COM. add 2H 8 22. favor of such lavy. 1 Ill. *. AiiwiiBt.'United .: IfllR A. D.HliAT. '
    of A. D. day
    S day July tl.i3 Jil
    ,'fl are made the people will cannot do. because of competition.In Cocoa-New city water filtration 12.000 Weeks to&83.000.Brownlee Trustees. from tll. 231.1 J9U. ) Iit' ;m;
    A JOINT RESOLUTION 13.IHJA. '
    Inquired( to hand over more the tax system there is no competition plant Is In successful] opera- Lots 8 9 10 BIk. 18 L. 'J'. A Co*. Amendment to Hecllon Proposingan Four ) ,riork O, W.i f Circuit ALDRRMAN.Court, ( Clerk. O.of W.riroult Al.nRRMAN)r-Ourt ::4 :

    I,ey than heretofore In payment and too frequently thereIs tion. add, :28. A 22 Dan Bnree, from $700 (0. Article Three (3) of the ConHiltutlon Bradford. County Florida. Bradford County. Florida. '
    to $1.000 of the Rtate of FIoridRelating ... 72t6t824.NO'itti'i : 7276tt
    I heir taxes assuming that ,the resort!: taxes. The fault how. a Lot 4 BIk :3 i Davis. A Truby' add to the Pay of Member S I _ _
    |lrty asseHBirients remain' un ever Is with the people who do Jacksonville-Local shoe polish 28 6 22. F. W. Umldingtori, from fBOO of the :donate and -of the House
    to I) OF APPMCA1IOV loll
    rated( not pay their taxes promptly rather factory' has built national busi KV$1,000.of lots 2 BIk. 1 Temple add 28 of It Representatives.Be Resolved by the. Legislatureof TAX ul".n 'o'rlIU.. JJTAHDUN' S \.1 Ol
    taxpayers, generally, complaint than with the tax officials. Taxpayers ness. 8 82, I''. W. Buddlngton from 400 to the State of Florida: lASt)

    t taxes already are most bur- who are slow about paying S 1764.Lots 1 2 BIk. .7, Temple'. Add Throe That(3)Section, of the Four. tlt( lonAo'ft' the O NOTIOK IB HEREBlf OIVKN. That -
    Jacksonville-Lake Wales
    '4ome. They will not be pleased their, taxes or who become delinquent Singing Htan.lanl Oil Co., 2$ S 21:. from "900 State of Florida relating to the pay D W Moore holder of Tax Certificate Thirty ilrtys .t. tint hereof on
    ill 4 Tower at Mountain Lake com to $2:. .COO.Com. of members of the Senate and of the No. 2<4. the 6th day. of July to-wlt; the .. dlY of September.1II1N .
    being required to pay still place upon themselves. as at NW cor. of flandersonLane louse of Representatives. shall be A: L)., 11)20. has filial said ..rtll..t. I the underslKned nuardlan orI'iuuiine

    |rt In the way of tax money well as on all other taxpayers an pleted.'f & Hogan Alley. A run N on submitted to the electors. of the Ira my 0110 and Issue made I thereon In flatten Ituby laU..I. and
    aid lane ill ft W CO ft.: M 117 ft. for tax to J. W.
    not State of Florida for adoption or ..- Tlntten. Minor
    I> of taxes by '
    though they are reasonable Increased burden Samula in Volusla county Is one to Hogan Ally H! to beg. 28 6 22, E. ottlon at the next general electionof accordance. with low Said o..ln.at. 'h..lnll Ion.. deceased. will apply to the

    concede that certain. public paying what they owe and thus of leading bell pepper growing XBigg* from 1750 to |:2.000.. Representative.F held on the .,nlrao. *situate the following In Bradford. Coun- Honorable Oeo. A. Oardlner, County
    Mrtllures( making necessary higher asses One lot 106 fl. miuare In NW cor.of first Tuesday:i after th"fI; Mondayof Florida Judge In arid( for Bradford County ii
    must be for
    provided sections in state. Madison and Orange Bt*., 29 < 22, ty to.wle order at private -
    the month of November, A. B. R. 22 East Florida for an
    All 7. tofl
    1 that the only way to do the ments of property, or higher mill- ,J. 1.. Hlrnmonn from $759 to $1000. 928, and that said ejection Four (r)1: 644 Ee.. sal the .. -"" .. j '

    riding is by way of the tax levy age. Furthermore these tardy : !%<>'!'ICH OF APPLIlION: FOB Oulf Refining Co., Peronal from shall be amended. to r.ad as follow.: The assessment of said I property Interest of saul. minor In the following -
    to TAX flIiKI) $lano to $000.Ueaboard .. Senators and member. of the Houseof under said certificate Issued was intb. lands, Ijlnn and being In
    the add
    collection of tax money and delinquent taxpayers : Air Line Ry. Track valuation Representatives. shall be duly. .. untrue of Unknown.IInleutuu llradfiircl en"ly. Florida, to-wltt
    dent making them- from $21,033 to 32.901.23. shall he North Northeast quarterand '
    In amount to defray op- their own burden by NOTICE IS fERRY ThatA. qualified electors In the respectiveountlen ( said certificate rdeiemed *
    t-'ftI};: f'rorat" value Appurtenant Sup and district. for which they according to low, tax dead Houtheiist quarter of Northeast t
    '
    of high ,
    f'Ing expenses of taxing districts selves liable for payment a K. 'Wall holder I of pll..". $94400 to $1,41663. are chosen) The pay of members of will Issue thereon. cm the 27th day quarter and Northeast( ciiisrter, ofHnutheast j '
    their unpaid No.. 247. 5th day of July. A. D. 1526. I'ro-rato value, Hulling stock D 102$. Ion (ft) )j
    UQII/I. as school and road dls-I rate of Interest on the Henate and House of Represenatlves of AUfu"t. A. iinorter t..c ;
    nan flied said certlnruta In'' my of- $II IIOJ.OO': to $16,50314. shall not exceed twelve dol- 23rd day, of July, A. D. Township (7)), u..... Containing
    b could
    [ town city, county and state 'tuxes when 'they serve a Con and made application for tuxdtind We the undersigned do hereby cer- liars and fifty cent $1260)) a day 938 lit all 100( ( acres... (3 _

    rnments. double purpose by borrowing the to Issue thereon In accordancewith Ify that the above and foregoing I* for each. day of M..sslon; and Mileage (BEAD O W. ALDERMAN.Clerk ThlH 27th day of July A. T>. 19JS.MHH. I .
    law. Said certificate embrae.stha true and correct Hut of the real. Circuit Court .J.OiUNU HKARCU.Ouardlan .
    Iv>rlou making their a to and from their home to the seat
    questions arise because money required for following fJeHorlbnd property Bradford County Florida. .
    .
    and personal property equallxed by of Government not to exceed ten for Ilatten
    declsloDM by taxing authorities tax payments and at a lower 'rate situated.. In Uradford county ... .Ior101. the City Council sitting a. a boardof cents (tOo) a mile by the .747-St-S..34.tft'Ilti'I Ituby Itutten ald l'auln. Wttt- 1
    the to-wlt: equalizer nearest and most p'r.: : ten Minor "" of J. W. liat-
    charged by route.
    flcreaan than Is
    the of Interest ,
    mlllage by which Houtheat quarter of Northwest In witness whereof we hereby *ub> This Amendment shall go Into ef- OK .tppu.tre'rlov FOHXOTIfE ten.. deceased. '
    Provide sufficient tax money to tax department. The other pur- quarter of Northwest quarter Section : scribe our name. on the date above feet at midnight on December 21, .I..J luvn: 8St131.. J .
    34 Township 6 South, flange -
    I'IIle the public schools and the pose served by such procedure Is 24 Kant 10 Acreii.Tint mentioned. C. ]'. HOOVElf nlatlon.928:. without the necessity of Leg- 13 IIRIlEnY OtVKV. ThatD. 1 ''r

    Aral departments of K rern- that of helping to provide the aSsessment, of Raid property Chairman City Council W. Moor, holder of Tax f'ertlflcitte p4
    nt'. state and funds required for operation of unde the fluid certificate Issued. wait City of Ktarke, Florida.ATTESTt \ No 28", the 6th day of July 1
    local.
    Putting In the name of Unknown. The vote cast In compliance with A. D 192H hcsa flied said certificateIn '
    for malntaing the Unless salil certlttiata shall b aid proposed amendments, and thy. CAS1OET8 t',
    Jleconsideration of a number of government. C. A. FUTCH my ofTlco flnrt mad application COFFNS I .
    redeemed according to law tax d..ed anvass, declaration. and returns Issue. thereon In aocordance I
    It for whatever expenses City flerk. '-3-3t-II'-17 fur tax deed to '
    quemions at this particular] public schools; or will Issue thereon on the 10th day I thereof, shall be subjected to the with law Bald certificate a Foil Lta ., ,I IUncr'
    Ie. and conttnlng comment to must be met out of toot/ of H ptember, A. D. 193$. NOTICK OF ELECTIOV same regulation and restriction as embraces the following described '
    lone : fluted thin 7th dar of AuffUat. A. are provided by law for general. elections situated In Bradford County !
    question, -what about unjyaxes funds.. D. 1928. I In the State of Florida property I I', to.witi SuppllMAUTOUOBILO I 4
    ? Have all the people, It is quite within- reason or- 01-- o. w. ALDRRMAN WHEREAS, The Legislature of IN TMHTIMONT WHEREOF Nor NW'' 8eo. 26, Tp. 7 s. It. 22 ?
    (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court 1937 under the. Constitution. of 1885 I have hereunto set Cast; 80 'I I'
    f Paid what has been assumed\ probability,. at least that If taxes Bradford County Florida.By of the State of Florida did pas fourJoint my hand and affixed the The assessment' nf said propertyunder B

    tnt them? Of course the ans- were paid as levied and assessed C. A. KNICIHT. Resolution proponing amend.mentU treat. Heal of the $tate said certificate Issued was In Aims e* Woe! .isvI I''
    r 18 S-10-Kt-0-7. Clerk. to the Constitution of theBtate (SEAL) of Florida, at Tallahassee the ram of Unknown. T. '
    Deputy
    OM .rfDEW1TT
    | : They havenot.. A very and within reasonable .time after: of Florida and the .same were the Capital, this the Unless said certflcat .hal b. r-. al tI II, '

    I e number of made. there by a vote of three-fifth twenty-fifth according to 1.. deed. _ '
    citizens it Is such levies have been CLERK'S KIVANCI/.I HTATKMBJVY: :rrlcltt': member elected to each day of July d..neoJ -I I
    will issUe I on the 27th day
    '
    D. 1928. h..on
    n COUNTY FVNOSM"ntllly A.
    | have paid their taxes'with : would be less need of increasing I house; that the vote on said Joint H. CLAY CRAWFORD. of August A. D 1928

    ''DiPtnesR. at ]least within thee either property assessments or tax Revolution were entered upon their -3-14t-ll-2 Secretary of State. Tinted this 2Jrd day of July A. D. c JONES :
    I flrnmolal statement of respectIve Journal' with the yea
    specified for the making of mlllage. It might be quite possible -I Bradford county .tor the month of ana nay thereon, and: they did de- B4NK 5TATaMEW'VRenort ($"ALI n. "". ALDERMAN I OTAXXB, fr'
    Payments. A payment of July 1928.GeM ermine and direct that the said rierk of Circuit Court, n
    large
    nuui- with prompt
    | very .
    r also +ral fmmdm Joint Resolution he submitted to Bradford County Florida. t:'
    are known, by the pub- taxes by every Individual citlseo. BaL June 1. 128 -__, -1.33 the elector of the state at the (lenral of the condition of theII"nlt 7.2-6-1.2. I I ?
    had delinquent tax lists. not to to reduce present tax ecelpts. during month _?_ _29 9.J4 Election In November e L. of Stark at Starke, .In the .
    a very greatly Warrant during month __ .1655.SS NOW THEHBfOKE: I H. TCRAWFORD State of Florida at the close of busless -
    Paid their taxes,' some not rates and at the same time operatethe Bal. July 1. 1928 -U60.10 Hacretary of State of ..Jan 30th. 182f. 1
    I'lng' Fin .. P.fiitue F..dBol. ............
    paid for balanced budget < he State of Florida do hereby give 1
    a less
    more ex- on a
    dad or government Jun. 1. J92H/ ___ ______- S09 01Uicelpts totlea that a Loans ,and Dlacount.U78,101U :
    period of years notwlthIm the Income equal to the outgo during month _.,_.-_ s 7.7J G."I R"I. KLKCTIO1/' Overdraft ________- 2US8 We can charge your 8 URS
    oiling efforts of. tax collectors of public undo. Warrants during: month ___ 310.43 win b. held in each county In Fiords rnited States: Bonds ____ .,.GO.OO YES
    make Bui.: July 1. lUll __.-lOKS.JJ on Tuesday. next succeeding the County and Municipal
    collections. There is one other thing in this Mead P... first Monday In November, A. IX, Bonde----------,-,_ eo.1I00.80 STOBAOE BATTERY In 8
    Rare then, is a condition more connection. People who do not Bat. June 1. 1IU -6I1H.2 928. the said Tuesday being the Banking House, Furniture .
    'les8 ReceiptS during month ____ 224.19 ..__
    I' sixTh nAY OK !IXOVUWHKH and Fixture 7.1100,011
    g serious; that needs looking pay their taxes promptly, or only Warrants during: month __.-' for the ratification or rejection of Other Real Mutate owned. ,$.570.77 1 _
    with a two-fold purpose-to after a year or several years waitIng BaU, July 1. 1026. ---M2.03< the raid Joint f Resolution proponingmerdments ClaIms and other resource 439.80
    If W.... .'. Feaslon
    to the Constitution of ash Hand and due
    Very
    COnsiderable at all to complain on '
    amounts of right
    have no 1029.9
    BaL Jun UU
    1. via BanksIl5.$21.75
    i the Mtate of Florida ; from
    Id paid taxes can be collected and that "taxes are too high." iecalplsi during month __, ._ .:ItSt.tt. A JOINT RKBOLUTION: Proposingan LF"J.

    V1: ** to the tax funds also to own neglect or dllatorl- Warrant during month_ __ Amendment to Section 24 of Total .__________$43 .$...(. Smith'sGarage :
    I'axea ; see But their Bui. July 1. 1514 -.1118.14 Article HI of the Constitution of l.lsblllfle.* A
    cannot be reduced, instead ness they make higher taxes or Increased .Agfrftt PusS of Florida, Relating to Capital Stock paid In ____$ U.OOO.OO
    nereased Therefore BaL June 1, 192* -- 408.44 -t't.a: Municipal Governm.nts. SurpluS _____ 30,001100
    by closer collection of mlllage necessary. ------
    ,, _
    28H 22
    et )( ".Ipt. duringmonth u Undivided Profit ______ I.U'.III"
    : than j ls, being done. This' U the blame or a very large WarrantS during month _- 213: .(0BK.U Be It Resolved by the Legislature of Deposit _________.___ 3(8,90072All : : Q
    ""noB sense them and the July 1. 102* -_ 484 IT the State of Florida: ether liabilities ;. 490.73
    procedure. It Is part thereof. l Is on Omtmtmmttmg P... --- _

    line along which merchants only way they can relieve themtIen .BaL June. diirln 1. 128 month---_-__.__,.,_- 22.121..lnt. .*.That.....'.. the 54 ftf following AtI.t.' -III amendment.., the Oo.to._ Total _____________(431.119.9. 11

    Varrnts:;; -durIng- month .n._ i mutton of the Stat. ilor .; relating StAts" of Florida, County of B..ad'I'
    -
    Bal. July 1. lUll ______.___ 22.4J to County and. municipal government. tod. 5" R. DAVIS CO.
    ...Ii... NO'rICII1 FMBal. I I.* hereby agreed to and I'R.'J. Davis. Cashier of the .
    Pubnc; I"alleriby that the following c'le."lb.d' lands will b. sold Jun 1 UmlHImm, 1828 ____._____ ,.,. hall be submitted to the elector of bov-named Bank do solemnly &
    y ot :; tit* Wrst Monday In 8ept' .mb.r, 192*.. It b.tnE the'hly. C Keueipt during month the State at the next general eleo- wear. that the above statement Is
    .aaloJ' bsjorsth.courth.u".. Veor .t tllark. In Dradtord ,Warrants during month- ton of Representative in 1921 for true to the best of my knowledge _
    Sial ont Florida,. or .0 much Ih""fIOt aa win b. nec."ary. to pay Hal.. July 1, 1924 : 'l.Ge approval or rejection.. and belief and that It I. In re- II
    '' - -- -- INSURANCEAGENCY
    'Ueb "al.dU.. or taxes set opposite the same tog.ther with. tile cost, $tttte of Florida Hectlan 24. The Legislature snail .. to official notice to report by
    .
    .. a"ve..tI.ln. Eo W. IIA YES. Tax Coll.ctor Bradford County. establish an uniform system of tI'e Comptroller of the mate: of Flor-

    August 1. 1OS County and municipal government, Ida.
    1 hereby certify that the foraroln which shall be applicable, except: inCa. R. J. DAVIS Cashier
    T.__ .t.temeut of the Receipt and. War- .e. where local or special law for CORJtC-ATTJiJHT: : ESTABLISHED 1886
    D k"lpU- S... T. R.fiih.rprt A. 0..... A t**<* rants I..u.d avalnst. the fund of Counties are provided by the Legls- B. it MATTHEWS, I
    flf >r ad ford county for the month .,fJuly ture that may be Inconsistent A. M. HARUY, _
    "n.IDllrn''lie t !!! I 22 Unknown. -----t 2JO 128.:. In true and correct to herewith. The Legislature shall by J. W. WHITE. DI..ctor.
    II II of tll. best of knowledge and b.lI.f. eneral law classify eitle and town. Suberlbe and sworn bfore STARKE FLA.
    "oq'ot 1 D..I.! !"*"* -22.11 '. 22 '- Unknown -_,__- 4JI2 0 W. ALDERMAN. according to population: I ,. and shall m tll. lth day of July. 192*. _
    04< Of :I. Hlghwyrk. Clerk: of the Circuit Court by general 1 law provide far their Incorporation B. McRAR. Notary Public.
    11110 II to ------2$ S 22 Blanch M. Walnwrl 71.T. Bradford county. government,. urlsdla-- My commission expire October .
    ,--' -. .:-- 1 _ _
    ]Blanch ,Alderman, 1>. C. tim,, powers, duties and privilege 11. Kit. -- I-- I

    -k -p ; tr

    ""I





    "_", '_"'-..-'...._'.,,:..I'''10........A..l-' "'....._' ". '>. __ ._-. .. '; ." .. y' _.. _., .. .-........, -.>... H ___ _
    fl ; H' '- .. .. ._.., -
    . r- .
    _- _____
    r r :# ..."' -' .. 1I



    '" .. ",_, ...-,' T"';"" ...'f,' "
    1


    ....
    i



    4li PACK EIGHT. .' .- nn.nFon_ .'_ _:--con-err'" TKMDORAPTT..H' STARKB._. ..__._n.onrnA__ .' _____ _. ._____.'u __ "nTO'' ._. \" .1'-;,. ,
    ...
    = -"-'--- -- -- -
    -
    the benefit of this Increased trade .his--even as it Is sure that it ha last map ul. | ,
    while dime dollar
    dime left at home will stay at home a or a I I""
    w Bradford County Telegraph "Yours for 28 and Palaka, Itself been correct about it all come, a copn ,It,
    .i
    s spent with the outsider is gone for good. We say the peopleof "A COMMUTER." along."-Oca la Banner. by everyone_ im.,?" ,I"," '.;,1\I

    I Established 1877 the town and community could correct this if they would If there Is one thing which more A few copies ",,.. "Ul"1", ''n !

    --. .- -' --- but they will not hence a resort to some other plan is essen- deeply concerns Putnam county,' 'KW lLI010', HTARKK, be bought fromt, Iag., M,!

    e r bli hdW; ; kl 'on' Fridays'' and Entered as Second Class tial. Some months ago, under the initiative of Commissioner than Highway another No It Is 28 the This com'Pletlon'of is the a reasonable-III""?.,.

    ,q !Matter\ at the Post Office at Starke, Florida E. E. Geiger the City Commission of Green Cove.Springs most important, by far, of the '! gotten Surveyor out a H.new E. Largergren map of Starke has, ....NNNesw-- ?-;
    converging
    state
    E. S. Matthews n' .______________Owner and Publisher adopted an ordinance imposing license taxes on tradesmen of here. When thoroughfares completed it will be not by order of the city council as : BROOK
    this type. In a great many respects the ordinance was a very the direct traffic from Lake was that of 1925, but on his own
    Managing Editor artery .. .
    J. C. Robinson.. ,
    -------------- t.
    ---------- hook. This was made
    possible by
    admirable and should have of great benefit. We the to Florida
    one proven City, motor gateway I N......... .
    ..
    .
    .
    subscriptions by our most enter- .
    ---- -- --- for the and ..
    have not heard of its enforcement or why it has not been en entire middle western Brooker. \IIIJ
    business
    SUBSCRIPTION RATE sections of the nation, to tho famed prising men who recognized S
    forced. Let's cultivate a spirit of home folks standing by the need of such a map. Mrs Canning;,,..,", "
    East Coast It will divert
    Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c:) -Payable in Advance: home folks and being real neighborly and friendly in helping tourists through Palatka more than Since 1925 BO many alterations cently Town where moved"n i?.. ,'II,,, ," ,nj<

    Advertising Rates on Application. each other out. It will long toward making Clay Highway No. 3 and Highway No. mud Imporvements have been made future home "U,?" HM, nillj
    ,,1 ; .. --' .. -- -' ... go a way 14, combined. It will In Starke till the last map has
    serve as a
    county the best county in Florida in a business way. It's already feeder become a back number. The Seaboard Mrs Sally M.i!I!, ",. .1,
    for the Memorial
    s'' "j Funny; ,how any fellow thinks ,the other fellow's job is a the best in nearly ever other way." here largely Increasing its bridge reve- the highways and other doata daughter, Oa. Mr j'I, '-V1,

    agencies have caused changes, and
    cinch.
    nues and thereby minimizing the The
    farmers
    no less than six new additions to 1 oi 1 IIr""ker,
    danger of this
    magnificent
    o spa the city; two or three, which have busy as they BIO eri,, ,
    tales these days arc composed by automobileS becoming a charge'upon the tax- bacco to the It'fcl'l1I -till 1
    Fairy
    of the. become obsolete or the boundaries part
    payers county
    salesmen.I ,la.tiiiih.. r- FROM OTHER PENS :11 II Aside from this Highway No of which, are doubtful have not gia.The school! l ,
    111'111"1
    : 0 :28, from Palatka east will open been counted In. 1 .tonday h..
    a In making the map Mr. Lager- mornlm i I.,r ,neat, ,,,I
    much direct '
    a route to
    up more and .
    Many a mid-summer night dream looks like a nightmare gren studied about how to simplify successful<< i, ,.n''
    Daytona and its world famous
    4 in the light of clay matters so that places could be Mr. and Mrs" i 1", ,, ,d H I
    L& glaring 41
    ; I
    beach. It will give Putnam *
    The congressional ra<'e In tills llallOI1's crop having totaled more roun- Hampton, have' ,Il\lIIi.. ,
    o .- Jlslrlct In a sort of GreenCliulrusaffair than a. half million quarts.-Wau. liana another Hummer outlet to found easily Directions given here with us. and rhe,
    ,-Oc-aln Star. chula Advocate. the sea. It will also--and this 18 i makes this an easy matter. Outlying w r'ijiJ' .i
    Any fellow who will throw banana skins on the sidev/alk parcels are marked with bal>py home

    I( will steal candy from babies. --- --e- 0- quite Important--develop a rich their owners' names, as a rule; In Mrs. I, L I Euhank! ,?,,Id.,.
    farming
    territory between
    ? The I Keillor always reads with Wilbur Steel, noted us II IIl'1'ot lying who have been
    the built of ''''wiinJ
    o pleasure tho short lines by Editor trliiomerthinks we will be In Palatka and ..Bunnell a territory; thickly portions names time In .IaoliHh.,1\( ,
    q 1 Hog Shortage Reported in Many States-headline. Look iloblnson In the lirtidford Countyl'elograplaWinter communication with the planets that will trade largely in this city owners Intervals or thus occupants aiding are orientation.given at home last weekAubnrndalo lit" ,
    What the highway will do toward
    i Garden Her within ten years. Good! Maybe '
    for them on the highways.! By means of special marking a -- ..
    -
    the
    aid some of them will be able to tell development of the western -
    , .5 Qil I S B r I o --0-- how to enforce prohibition. section of the county and howIt paved street can be told from an >\ii,I,.,tn, I

    t I a When a man takes his wife with him it is a trip; when KtarUo Telegraph is printing/ Times-Union. Florida can do thatso will materially add to the valueof unpaved one at a glance. Nothing 1 plant Company will err,'?'', ,.tcjllltll',( '
    that should be marked the on BiUlgir
    the lateral road well on map u''IIII
    system
    "Lex" are
    tome interesting pictures showing Green told the boys up
    "iS1'' he goes by himself it's a vacation. 3tarke In the eighties and the Improved In Washington.-Gainesville Sun stated by "A Commuter." baa been omitted and It furnishesan _. ... ---

    -o condition of the city as It ----oColonel In view of these considerations, Interesting and useful, as well Mount I Dora To-n' "nlpr,
    Tlmes-Unlou. the it Is well and wise that something as artistic, compendium< of Starke. into its new )building OUAI.
    :Starke's main business street has improved in looks 1000 appears tocluy Benjamin says In ; )"
    , i ----o .. (Palm Beach Independent: "Tues effective be done-and done As this will, no doubt be the street,

    + per cent during the last few years. fire In the plant of the Starke day! we voted, we hope, the Bryan promptly-to insure: the completion -

    -o Telegraph. burned all the pi'BBS law ballot for the'last lime" And of this road, now 90 per cent

    Cross City News says it would as soon see "some folks iqiilpmeat of Jtradford coiiiity'n, the colonel Is reminded that/ it begins graded but not upon the first prefirentlal .
    excellent newspaper now In the to look that way.-Times- list. Unless the citizens
    in Kimona as to hear others sing Ilamona." Itty-flrst year of net'vice.-Lees- Union Paragrapher. You want to of Putnam wake up and get into

    S ,h h'is o ourg Commercial remember major that we are grow action, the project Is likely to be

    r Tampa physician prescribes liquor for influenza-if,you -----0- ing old and not us agile at dodging sacrificed to the pitiless demandsof D
    t, ; Starke Telegraph thinks a groat autos as we used to was. The practical politics.Jacksonville .
    ,, have Times-Union. If you have both. Jeal IM due the driver of a car. legislature will not change the and Gainesvillehave

    ,i -o i.. For I until nee, a pretty woman In Bryan law unless heavy pressure common cause In delaying

    Those who are prompt in their social obligations arc not .he front seat of a model T Fold Is put on It-the legislature, we the completion of this highway 11 11I
    :an make It look like a .Lincoln. mean..-Palm Beach Independent They are not asleep.-Palatka
    usually found lagging in their business obligations. rimt'8-Unlon. tight you are,. Uncle Ben. Whenhe Dally News.

    S ; -o --0- politicians get away off In West ----r--.- .

    The question among the PaRAGraphers is how Bill Pep- 'tactically all of the inhabitants Florida at their law making they \VHV THIS Kf.SH AMI Ft'llV?
    of France are Catholics with forget what the people back home ,
    I per of the Gainesville Sun'managed a trip to Asheville. .<>ine thousands of Jews and about I are saying, but if the press of the A number -of our, good Democrats -

    C -o itfty thouHund Protestants In that state will keep putting on the pres- some of whom could not I

    T S New Yorker is going to roll a barrel from that city to Flor Country. Yet the president of sure between now and next April, vote for Mr. Bryan, although a
    [France Is a Protestant A man's reUnion the Bryan primary law will go on. 1
    r i ida. Evidently he believes in rolling his and walking strong prohibitionist, cannot now
    own a Ills
    i In France appears to be Ocala I Star vote for Smith because they say he
    mile. wn private business.-Lake City -0- ''s not a prohibitionist.We ? 11S i;

    o Reporter By all mean if two states are regret to say that these '
    --- better than one lets have two, but
    For the benefit of those PaKAGraphers who are asking! Met J. C. KobliiHon, editor1 the what's the use of stopping with lame the Democrats national prohibition instead of ticket voting'or ,

    it what time is best for eating, watermelon-the right time is Starko Telegraph, at Orala' lust two. We have 67 counties Why ire saying/ that they will vote the

    any time. week, lie doesn't look to pa fiftyne not make a state out of each one Republican ticket, which we think

    > years old. Hut the paper, he is and then everybody can have a job. lo say the least is bad faith
    o idltor of Is that age. lie la an able It Is generally understood thai Let us see what the head of
    '
    1 I A Starkc. mother asked a gentleman to hold her baby jdltor ,-- Groveland Graphic Appearances those who are in favor of bisectIng he anti-saloon league says about

    for her a moment. Hesitating, he inquired, "Is it :Smith or are sometimes deceitful, have a carpenters tool that if prohibition being a political (ssue, LET'S TRADE
    Hoover?" for we have twenty-one grand- needful of an edge-Ex, "Unless he has been greatly mls-
    :hlldren. Starke Telegiaph' ,
    ,r rn --o-j epresented In press dispatches F.
    o Qosh! You must have gone into Whoever heard of a newspaperman Scott McBride superintendent of
    The rolled seemed the grandfather business early.- (or woman) being so conscientious .he Anti-Saloon
    stocking to have rolled up-Time8Union. League says that
    .
    Palm Beach Independent.The about returning a' borrowed Your Old Tiffs
    Saw a pair yesterday",rolled l down to within five degrees 0- pencil as to advertise for prohibition he American as a people political have Issue settled and s

    of zero. Btfruwborry acreage/ In lIar- the owner? Mostly they Just takea 'hat "any man who seeks to revive -
    lee county will be double what it man's pencil and unless watched
    t o the liquor Issue today is as
    ft was last HPUHOII, according 16 estln !- mighty close walk off' with !It. It 'inwise for'Our
    It is taking those pesky Duval county cows a long time to u ten made by buyers, growers' members of the I'aRAGraphert f he fought politically to resuselate"slavery as he would be"

    '" find! out that they are supposed to be under fence and not on and business men here. Seed beds League are so particular; as that, 'n making that statement Superln-

    the highways. ire now being put in and )plants we're afraid many of us will be 'endent McBride went on to add NewGOODYEARS
    a
    I In demand for eaMy'plani
    lie big hat more than 70 cent of the
    left out. We suppose, though, the per
    -0--- ng. More than a million charts often
    There are more ':Vhick" drivers in one large city than in lea are expected to be'ehlpl.edJut ,I Chief had to set a good- exampleI .- and membership senate-are of dry congress and that-house"pro.l1J1Jltlon

    i i all the rural districts. People from the rural districts pay from the county this year, last I Monlkello News rests upon the will of the

    --, trerwhelmtnir majority of__ the voters .
    '
    ; more attention to the regulations.
    1- IT: CKTKIIAThese ; HIGH'.1Y NO. ::HIt of the land."

    tr ; o "It Is interesting, and should

    i One bootlegger reports an increased demand for his product absent minded professors! be enlightening to consider In this
    is not the of the News
    policy
    since the, state game commissioner warned hunters to be If It wasn't HO vulgar we'd tell to print unsigned communicationsbut oiinectlou another statement that Let's see how much good mileage you still
    : about the ono who spit In his chair has been made by the superlntend- have in your old tires. We'll figure it lair
    on the lookout for snakes. one received today from a citi-
    ; :ant of the Anti-Saloon league. It
    t and, sat down 111 tile cuspidor.
    under the and give full value for it.
    ? o- tI \ zen masquerading pen 'la that the league- you

    Would like to know how Avery Powell deduces that some An optimist is the little boy In timely name of Interest"A Commuter"that it Is Is not of such only "WILL NOT SUPPORT THE Then you apply that credit on the low price
    I the magazine who asks his DEMOCRATIC PARTY NO MAT
    joke / ot GOODYEAR TIRES.
    of those fellows who fail to beat the limited to the crossing hither tor u definition of au optimist printed and fully endorsed.The TER HOW DRASTIC A PROHIBITION new

    / only succeed l in beating some of. their friends to a seat in the and hopes he won't receive a article in question follows: PLANK IT MAY ADOPT." You get new tire life, safety, traction good

    4 t3 4, heavenly choir. wise crack in reply. "After all the smoke of the late The Tampa Times referring to looks the best and most of long. tow cost

    political battle has practical!) Mr ,Me Brides statement makes the tire mileage built into "The Vyorld'a. Greatest .
    '
    I_ a 0 If you vote for Al Smith you're cleared away it would seem ex- following comment:
    "Lex" Green; doesn't seem to be scared "green" over wet I it you vote for Hoover'you'reall pldent for the great ((1)) minds of "There Is no earthly show for Tire"-GOODYEAR.

    F Chairs announcement for congress.' -Gainesville Sun. Greenis wet, and If yon vote for Will our leaders In Putnam and adjoining any modification of the eighteenth We get a new customer-and you bet Good
    t lingers you're a dumphool So it counties to concentrate fur a amendment or for Its repeal so
    Tires and Our Service will keep you
    too firmly bolted to his chair in to let anothei year
    Congress
    ooks like a moist election anyway moment on ways and means lot' long as one more than 33 1-3 per
    t chair bother him.Sunshine you take it. the completion of Highway No. 28. ent of the membership of either with us, too.

    1 ) o "This highway at present con- the house or the senate Is opposed Let's do it nowlSUPREME !

    A largo passenger ship was re- sists of a completed grade of Band lo a movement toward that end.
    Ott', ;S and shadows on the mountain sides appeal more :ently outlined with antl-HeasIck- and bog from Lake City to Paid Since the senate is the smaller

    1 to us than surf and the tides.:-Palmetto News. Is that all (loss tanks. Another Illusion shat- ka. Some portions act only as barriers body, with 96 members It Is only

    you see-the surf and the tides What of the sights on the ered! We always had the Idea to transportation. The workof necessary. that 33 senators be'dry' SERVICE STA.
    1 .hat the liners "ca hed-in" on the grading/ practically complete In order to gurantee that,
    ; beach and the rides
    p ?
    Inability of the passengers to eat : for the whole distance. 'here will bo no change as to constitutional
    prohibition, And since,
    0 while abioad. One section from Bradford coun-

    ? ; The Telegraph is exceeding grateful for the many offers .nvicKI ty line to Florahome has been complete liven according by Superintendent to tha percentage McBride figures, No2 Starke Florida

    of use of press equipment by the newspaper plants in this know yon think that you have time for should six months.be ample This for lengthof the t)7 of the senators are "dry" It \
    S ? territory while its is must be apparent that he Is correct
    1 r pressroom being rebuilt. We've always trials grado to become firm and receive
    a found the Florida press gang ready and willing to help one And cares that are enough the hard surface.On In saying that prohibition Is a settled" -
    When Johnnie swallows fishing Issue. The only way It can Don't The .
    another.By. worms account of this unfinished become "unsettled" is for the peo- LctMosqukoc* Bite-Kill

    o .-. Or baby limit the snuff. condition the people of Keystone ple to elect 67 "wet" senator. -.ndlr..p'h.....away. Boa Brand l Iniort Tow- ,
    Heights, Lake Geneva and vicinityare In the opinion of this I" de,or Liquid kills DEH 1 ftRN! N'I
    Plus
    Ho
    the Uut humans are'iit the only ones paper one Ants,Roachss!,Poultry
    we wonder what became
    way of that hat the
    vs Whose hair l Is turning grey; practically marooned, or cut 'now living will live long( enougho Uc.Mosquitoes Fleas, _dBuei.andothcrin. jW l.i..J,
    Bradford County Telegraph bet us on #Jfathaway( ? We still The funny paper characters 'ff' from communication with the see that happen. ..ct&Won'upotonaln.Us.powder on planw' tOc it M.. ',"*". "
    rest of tho world. Tho easiest and pits. IVN" u,f>r Ell.EB. insert bod/d, ",''
    have the car we bet .on Carlton.-Wauchula Advocate. Just Are aged beyond their day. ( "That Is not too strong a state- n.Mi.Tfmnt* iT nlu,.,_,.....ntt!_ if S"ollIN Cwo) )1C
    point of ogress from this section by t>arc.lpoet ayou 13P"
    specify the size your dome calls for the style to set off Oh, who of us has such a cause,, nent of the league's position In prtc..named. M.cpSMiclt&COe.hlmae.d-J.:
    your and for I Is toward Gainesville and the peo view of what F. Scott McBride, Its
    S For grief.
    S
    manly beauty and do it while the weeping I, pie of this section are fast gettingthe
    pdq summer sale ,of"4ids As Mr. Jig,'. ,fruitless .aonrch I superintendent said about It.
    is on. For cabbage and corned beef? Gainesville, habit. Is Palatka "Isn't It plain, then, that the
    1 going to supinely alt and let this
    Anti-Saloon league is Republican
    And true It Is, your girl may
    Q fuss valuable 'Made to" to another center and that It Is nulling the wool overUio

    ;' ,Commenting on the editorial "Tax Outside Concerns," appearing When you don't tell the truth. I ? eyes of Southern Democrats O r
    '
    in a recent. issue of tho Telegraph the Green Cove But think of Hobo Baxter be "It Is a fact that Putnam coun'.lty 'u regard to this matter or at. zCEDAA
    ,
    Can't even find his'Ruth. has completed lateral roads to tempting to do so? d
    ?, Springs Crescent says: "The foregoing calls attention to a And few of ut ran equal Pa bring this traffic Into Palatka. The "It Is pleasing to hare such a p

    situation that surely, needs attention.* It is a situation every He tried to do Ills best. one from Melrose, Putnam Hall "dry" authority as the auperln-

    small town in Florida is'face to face with., Of course there is He bought a hotel on the beach will be very effective when 28 .U .endent of the Autl-tialeen league 03T3
    And now can't find a guest.So completed also the one from In- declare, aa this paper has several
    a remedy if the, people would apply it, but they will not. That when your false teeth run terlachen to Grandin will be very Imea done that prohibition ia not '

    r j is to make it a practice at all times to patronize the home merchants and hide valuable but without the trunk in issue In this year's presidential

    tl f'li'' + S and cut out the foreign dealers entirely. It is the Behind the rhlCfonnler. Highway 28 being complete these campaign. Some of our good PAINT UP
    friend the "drys" have
    Don't double Into a knot laterals lose their ralue. among
    tti ; very best business policy the buying public could adopt but And shed a fretful up tear. "The writer la not a politicalwUeacra disagreed with us regarding; that Special
    Il Price for Limited Time
    11t '. the l lure of saving a cent or two; even though inferior goods But get right out upon the lawn but U only a small prop- I itatement of the matter. Possibly
    in Pa- they will think differently of It, In Best Double Thick Paste Paint $3.90
    i N go with the saving, is too great an inducement for the And cut some fancy capers. perty owner doing business I ,
    average latka and who has the welfareof view of the declaration of F. Scott Rate
    Then If you need real sympathy one Linseed Qil $1.25
    M J t buyer to resist. Consequently they go on buying from the Go road the funny papers. Palatka at heart. Let's all get 'McBride, superintendent of the Paint Ready gal.

    ,plb ; t outsider and strangle their friends the home dealer, to death. together and have this valuable asset Anti-Saloon league that such I lathe to Apply $2.30 per

    S Human nature in a and inconsistent colt Pen>moola Frlsro passenger/ to Palatka completed In the truth DeWitt
    very queer a
    very I I "The Times l 18 cure that Superintendent Jones
    4 trains running over newly completed !* least possible time and give ear
    t I ciien. of idiocrasies and darn 'foolishness.. A dollar or a railway into this place. waiting and deserving merchants* McBride la correct about .

    a I

    t 4 4oi'.1'' kt

    .-fva A..aP.,. .
    -n s J : r -.u : ,

    fr .. .., .. ',
    S H. -r ", < < -"'. -'- .". ." ._" ', c .' "' .'--zr.: ------------ ---.11III