Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 17, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02346
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Tropical Storm Sweeps Over J. J. CROSBY DIES FROM 'I -', : ; 'I' :

"..\1 Georgia- And South Carolina ; II Twenty Years Ago-And Today I II SELF-INFLICTED- WOUND d w 'J'; i.

" l1Iftll Houses W'vckr l, TI't'f'S ti- I l'oiiuiMSim' "' 'k* ItcMltlcnt Him" S tuixlii Dry Democrat
Fatal I .
- rfloll'd and OrowliiK CroMiHndly Accident ) ..t Ilia HOIIIA In

5 l Damaged;. Much I Tntiiin.| Says Al Smith

, Livestock IlrM>rte I John J.
\1, Killed. I ( ot Staike", died early. Ust Sat. Is Her Choice

j 1j Caught between an oak tree and unlny, morning at his homn In Turn

i Atlanta, Ga., AUK. 10.-Six per- a Chrysler skidding; out of control '. ) l"it from the effects of a bullet H 111)" tl. (>. p. fur Failure to K'nfnrrr ; -

" Ions were Injured one seriously, Mrs. Ida Mall. of Lawtoy. WH >" I omul In the head, Ho was dead I.nu-\VomoiiPensacola OrJtlllll

, early tonight as the tropical storm I almost Instantly killed Sunday afternoon ", hell hlH son, Klmer; cached Ills

that for two days lashed Central I at 5 o'clock at the southern : side i> few mo inputs after the shot ria" Au,. 11.-"I

,, Florida, swept Into South Carolina. limits of Lawtey'! A 10-year WHS flipd\ The following .account am a dry, but. do not consider my

\ after holding South Georgia old Bon, Louis, who was standing of th. tragedy was taken from the self a dry I' th", federal administration

In Ita grip throughout the day.A on the walk near the curbing with :Saturday IBSIIO of tho Tampa DallyTlmfls' during the past eight years

; small tornado preceded the his mother, was unconscious for a can bo termed' Much, and do not favor

itorm In the vicinity of Augusta, few moments fiom the effects of a I Domestic 1 (tlfllcultlpfl and 111 a continuation of such a policy

,',: Ga. wrecking small houses, flattening blow that Inflicted a scalp wound lionllh were Riven aft thll reasons under Itepubllcaii candidates."

trees, Inflicting heavy dam Mrs. Hall was dead when removed for tho suicide ot J. J. Crosby, 65, Mrs, Lois 1 K, Muyca Tanner told

, age to growing crops, severing I from beneath the wrecked car if lOnrlld': avenue' ", and Tampa the Democratic Women's Club ofHscambla

, transmission lines, and killing The car, occupied by Mr and nit-pet, who shot himself In Ilia : couuty.

') much livestock. :. Mrs. H. Deen of Vero Beach and head, shortly before! 7 o'clock this The Democratic) organization *

High winds, at times attaining driven by Mrs.\ Deen, started mornliiK on the sidewalk In the was founded last week. There B rii-l

velocity of 40 miles an hour, skidding on the pavement nearly a 100 f block of Kant: Ford stiPPt, In- were 25 women present .at the sec

nere accompanied by torrential hundred feet from where It finally fluting a wound which ('RIIMl'd his ond meeting. Since last week 57

rains that caused washouts on i stopped against an oak tree, according death a few moments later, women have pledged themuelves to UK" /

highways and railroads. I to reports of the accident .. .1 Tli, suicide\ o('cur red within anliort the organization It was reported at

The heaviest rain of the year fell I given to Sheriff! Epperson, who Investigated \ '' ,'" distance of the home of yesterday's meeting, V
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it Augusta tonight while the the accident. The speed t' 'III f\\0( Crosby's sou, Elmer Crotihy. who Mrs Tanner, In flaying the prohibition
ncather bureau there advised that of the car was given by different ..' ". .. , heard the shot and rut>hed out. He enforcement policy during

'wind squalls" of marked intensity persons at from 25 to 40 miles an -- -. found his father lying:: on tbeK the past eight yaam brought out

would sweep that city and the hour; Mr, Deen stating that the i'on ml with the Smoking revolver that "only $28,000,000 a year was

surrounding country during the cur was slowing down from 35 Ht hln side, The yHungar' man acrnrdlng spent. Not enough," she said.

night, miles an hour on account of some : to Information' given Sheriff "for proper enforcement In one

Heavy rains were general In pedestrians on the road and that L 1\1. Iliera, trtUced his father state, and yet It was spread thru- "

South Georgia during the day the car was going between 25 and In Ills automobile and .utarted for out 48 states,"
,I bile minor damage was done by 30 miles an hour when it started a hospital. Mrs, Tanner described the wet I'M

strong winds. A new record for I skidding. OMUrr* Int'ml. (unto. and dry Issue of the coming! campaign

,i rainfall was net at Maron, Oa", Although the iar was badly Crosby, however, realizing that as a personal matter "What

when 8.1i Inches of rain fell from wrecked! from the force of the Impact liln. father was dead, took the body it Al Smith In wet and I'm dry, It's

7:40 both Mr. and to the home of his employer, U. all personal/ matter. He Is
4 a. m. to : p. m., causing with the tree, a mychol
i. flood warnings to be Issued for the Mrs. Dc"n escaped Injury. The W. Spencer, 6901 Suwannee avenue <..'! In spite of that, Ills many

Oimulgee river there.A car struck sldeon, smashing In the !, who railed I Sheriff Hle.ru. other good qualities. far outweigh

storm of marked Intensity' side, and bending the frame. It After a brief Investigation, that.

Iwepl over Augusta and the lower I wasHowcd to Edwards Garage at Sheriff Hlers and Justice of the "Kvery.; present stats official except
Peace J, K, Chastalne pronounced
three In Florida has endori
Bettlons of South Carolina late.today : Lawtey for repairs. '
the shooting a case of suicide aud the Democratic nominees, and I am
leaving in Its wake wrecked i Mr. and Mrs. Deen were brought
ord I'fHI the body removed to theF.T .
not sure that these three will not
houses, shattered communication i to Staike by Sheriff Eppel'sonwhere
facilities and en unestlmated they were ordered released Blouut undertaking parlor. In time convert themselves audSUIIIort
Gardiner after Crosby, according to a story told 'an Al Smith ticket" Mrs.
amount of damage to growing by County Judge ,
by the had threatened" to kill
Bon Tanner said.It .
uops. the serllt slated| his investigation
High winds swept the section tended to show that the accident himself .several times recently, was brought out at the meet
Haying/: ., "didn't cure to live longer Ing that the organisation Is Dot anAl
and were followed by heavy rain was unavoidable Mrs. Hall was "
that flooded highways and added burled in Klngsley Lake cemetery !! Smith club, but was organised

to the damage toll of the storm. Monday morning, DeWItt C. Jones, "He" and mother quarreled last primarily to educate women of the
night, mild young Cr eby. "At couuty as to the necessity of voting
the funeral
Augusta tonight was In full mortician In charge of ar-
that time father threatened her and the obligations of cltltenshln. h't
trip of the disturbance, with the rangements.SURVEY.
life and I hid a shotgun which he "
heaviest rain of the year falling ., "Hut It was /said "at the '
had In bin home. Shortly afterwards .
Kama time w. must remember our
aud wind siuaIT( ;"reSicThfng"k"1V -
i SHOWS he left and I took mother tomy and
ledge to tlio Democratic party
loilty{ of 30 to 40 miles an hour
home as Democrats to support. our can
predicted during the night.
CRIPPLES "About 5:30: o'clock this morning "
Many homes In this city and 5,000 didates.
he came to my house and demanded .
nurrounillng: towns were in darkness .
to see mother. I refused K7
tonight aa electric transmission .NuiiUx-r In Klorlilii. Kqually; 1)1vlclfd to let him see her and then he left, Southern !{.

lines were carried away by .. n..tft'I'C'I'clIIU8 Ami iiaylng 'good-bye, I'm going to kill
the wind sections were A
and many myself' Seeks Change
Imitated with roads Impassable and Clilldrrn.TulIalmoHpe .
1I..It,1 Two "Shots'
telephone and telegraph communication ""I didn't know he was armed In Its Service

severed. Aug./; 11 The and really did not hlnlt he meant

'- names of approximately 2,000 to carry out hla .threats. Three
Notice has been! received by the
cripples were reported to headquarters or four minutes later, however, I
I RATIO IS T1IIIII LOW KSTFlorida's Putnam chamber of commerce
of the State Board of Vocational heard two shots tired In rapid succession
rehabilitation anil, found from the Florida. State rull-
Education, and I ran out
Ions, ratio from fire road commission announcing: the
to the annual at the
department, according his body lying In an alley I
during the past ten years has been report of the board to the side ot a house at 103 ,Kust. Ford I filing of a petition by the Georgia
the third lowest in the United Southern and Florida Railroad to
Vocational Edu- ,
Federal Board of street, about M block away
States, according to statistics compiled cation. "At ttist I thought he wus feigning change Its present service between

by the Southern Underwrlt Some 1,000 other (uses, with the and I tried to talk, to him and Pulatktt and Valdosta.Tula .

ei, principals unidentified, had been Mi en 1 noticed the blood. I quickly matter was before the
The total net premium paid l for chamber of commerce name time
reported at the close of the fiscal got my car and started to a hospital
Ire Insurance in the state during ago at which time tha board ot
year ending June 30, making a but realizing he waa/ dead,
the nearly directors of the organization concurred
ten years aggregated reported mind and went to the
total of more than 6,000 cases changed: /: my
$$33,000,000 with the net losses In the Southern's making
divided notified
of which they were homo of Mr. Hpenrer who
recorded for the period, a little about 60 per cant adults and .Sheriff. Hlers." the following changes.a .

more than 132,500,000, or a ratio 50 cent children under 16 Hovereul resident In the vicinity ( ) Making present passenger
percentage of 39.32.! old. where! the suicide occurred, told tralna N1J\ : and H mixed tralna
Only Colorado and the District years between Palatka and Valdosta to
The survey was made In collaboration officer/ )* they heard the two nhots.
of Columbia had smaller percent handle local freight to Hampton
with the state department Included were Mrs. 8. T. Sinythe,
ratios than Florida, Colorado having and had and L. J. 'ami t through freight to Valdosta.b .
of the American Legion, of 103) Kust' Ford street! :
turned In 38.31 and the DIstrht ( ) Discontinue the preaent "
not been completed at the close of Donurmo ot 101 Hast Lambrlghtstreet. /
of Columbia 36.13. til-weekly freight service provided
Arkansas had the highest percent the fiscal year. she a lay over crew and engine :,i," ,"
I, About 3.000 adults reported, Mrs. Hmytlie: declared was
, ratio loss recorded at 65.27. have been personally interviewed awakened by the shots but paid no van given Palatka for dully switching :11 I
I'holoJ.y I louver Hrou. service.

lift Ocala erected-New at Main:3-story street building aud Ock-will, and by the 200 rehabilitation of those Interviewed department were Top anil. cantor views,.are the same scenes of Church Street, oppcmlte the City 1'nrk with one'of attention were the to noise them,,of, an thinking automobile they train' (e) No.That li time from ot Palatka departure not ba of ',":, ,t

lawaha found good rehabilitation pros the banished resldeutu of todayro copying s prominent place In the upper III'eIiO of years ugo. Hottorn bac kllrlng.
Avenue. than 2:30
advanced to earlier : p.
pects. Sixty-one( of these were Another view of Church street showing Iho I municipal power plant and waterworks Examination; ot the body showed ', '

S. J CattsTo undergoing preliminary restoration,service fitting 8ale; but first reports said thedal11aA'1' MTAIITH M\V I; limn; Hint took effect only! ,one It entered bullet apparent bolow the!) m.The proposed schedule will give "

such as physical Tropical Storm '! apparently will be greaterthan to the Palatka territory dally //1''
and appliances left
; of artlflcal members that done by last week's N, Sternbnrg has let the contract eye. through freight service via. the
Aid Democrats the
being case, k '
Officers, :
72 others were
etc., training because of Veers Inland storm which folowed virtually the for tbe conntructlon of a modern expressed the theory that the second Southern Instead of the trl-weekly 'I,
held up for name course and reclining to the brick home on N. Walnut street service as wnll aa dally switching I',' ,
unfinished schooling, lack of livIng shot, fired by a reaction \
tx-Gon'rnor: to Hack State Ticket unavailability of -- Atlantic. on his lot between the residences went wild. facilities. With the ever Improving

-- maintenance similar (tale Illous Across! f.corjjU:' To Carlo, on tbe Georgia-Florida of K B. Matthews and J. M, Al system of good roads through L'
or some I In addition to the Investigation
Sidney J. Calls, former governor training purposes and 71 were placed ward Atlantic Co.isl. border, !sent word that business varez. Th building will be of conducted by Sheriff Hlers and the county, the advancing ot time '.
defeated circumstances two stories and follow the Kngllnh; of departure In the afternoon ..1
of Florida, who was virtually had been demoralized by
occupation.At Peace Chustalne,
definite Justice of the
'In his Democratic In some of architecture. fimltu & train will not materlalyl affect the I
candidacy for the the end of the fiscal year only After Inolatlng d 150 mile stretch the gale and driving rains. Quit- type Galrfesvllle. Lieut. John W. Carter Police Detectives Into Palatka from the territory I':r I, '
In contractors, of travel
nomination Thompson,
gubernatorial five trainees had finished their of the northwest, Florida' roast on man was darkened at noon and a J. I B.!: Matson and A. L. the Southern. ,I"
(the together will erect the building. served by "
primary on June 6. training, three of whom had been its journey up the Gulf of Mexico high wind already had done" more _. Lopes! and Policeman H., N. Alder '" ,
'lee With his state campaign Democratic commlt- placed on permanent positions, and Tuesddy night, the tropical storm damage to, crops than did the H. ,\. I,. T.tKKH; OVV. :3:I man Investigated the case.Itrlrf An organized and systematic effort \

will support the a fourth] baa a place In sight. veered Inland wild hurricane force storm hint week. Barometers fell UMM M.'MHV: TIUI.VHDiRcontlnuanci l Is ta be madn In Brevard :. \,
Party of Florida in the general throughout the area, warn
the depart rapidly
first an'l blowing
This is the year Wednesday! In agricultural
county for on Increase I--
Ill. | For el to a Ultra
!rtlon according to fur
.campaign, the residents prepare
vocational rehabilitation Southern Georgia toward ing
ment across of Seaboard AirLine ol pursuit both In fall and laiprlng
night Aug. 3.The body
"tatemcnt out Tuesday
given has bflen able to function because the Atlantic ocean.Thomaxvllle. the gale, '! trains Nos. 203( and 204 between planting. County Agent W.
of 2608 Tampa
, by J. v Burke, Mr. Catts camPalgn of lack of funds. Halt of the department Carlo, Qultman and Communications to a section of Tampa and Waldo, "'Ia., on John street,J.66-year-old Crosby { salesman who K. Briggs with tbe cooperation ot

manager. budget la furnished by (other extreme Southern Georgia the Florid* coast reaching from Sundays became effective last Sat, the chamber of commerce of tb*
and killed himself In alley
Mr. conBrinhe yhot an
tbe Burke said a would letter, be man the state and the other half by the towns felt the approach of the above Cedar K ys to a point west urday, division passenger agent! of of the 100 block on Ford street three larger cities ot the county,
government. dlsturtianre whlcti the weather bureau of Apalachlcola was paralyzed. haa announced and TltnsvllU.
*d of the federal the company larly Saturday morning after bidding Melbourne, Cocoa
to !
friends and supporters ,
predicted was attended by Little feec- 'or that section was of the meetings ,
The discontinuance service his Elmer have been holding regional
former the IMtEHH g.d.bye to son,
throughout HTEAM '
governor I.NMT.ILLH winds of 60 to 70 mites velocities felt however, since Indirect! re- which
slate. <<:\ hi only a temporary measure Cf by at the latter's home was of farmers and grower
It walt belleTfiii the renter would rxrt* from some of the coast towns Mr. Willis stated there being little have been well attended and tba
to Island Grove. Fla.,
Burke the taken yesterday
The letter, signed by Mr. M. Lerlton ban completed paws In (Ihe vicinity of Thomasvllle aid that small damuga: was done. travel over the !Hue on Sunday brief Interest evidenced haa given encouragement -
Steam for burial following a
Frert Morris. ,
O. Eberhart and Carl of a Hoffman
Installation( rare Wednesday At Panama City, Port Town twen at this time of year. for a definite organization
F. T. Blouut chapI. -
and at the
cotnnttee. dry ceremony
member campaign tailoring
of the in his
Press Sudden emergence of the storm ty-five mlle west of Apalachlcola In each section which will
| has been written and states plant on MadUon street taken COTTON CJINM'IIKIVJ: OVUlIIAfltO : '!I.
cleaning from the gulf at Cedar Keys In storm warnings had been' I In/ tho end be amalgamud Into oae
that "after considering all angles.w Growth of his business and the Northwest Florida together with down. ; Financial troubles and domestic association.Mclntoah.

are convinced that the beat need of a faster and more efficient Its seemingly Increased Intensity Torrential rains accompanied the W. L. Wall I in engaged this week difficulties were given as the reason '

thing for ail pt us to do at this service made the Installation of bolstered, 'he thnory that the center atl.aOCQ of tbe storm, bringing I In overhauling and getting In for the suicide of Mr. Crosby, Construction work

time Is to give our support to the the "machine a necessity and as- paiweil 11& 'fa I' out in the gulf flood threat! to lowlands In north shape thn cotton gin on Cherry St., who shot himself after being turn progressing on county roada/ inthU

:I atate Democratic party" surel IDs customers the best grade at Tampa anil. tft: Petertburg that Florida and southern Georgia :anticipating several weeks ginning ed away from bill son' home when section of Marlon county.

, Tbe utter states that the draft- of work. those clltle felt merely a lashing ern badly I from the acreage) devoted! to the ha called there to nee his wife
In. of Mr. Catts as an Independent eastern dgn, < where highway were fleecy staple In him section.! In Mr Crouby had been! a resident Hoi'Ida all of hU life. Ha \la survived

candidate, baaed on a canvass of Banford County tax: levy reduced from the communications! Into the washed last week and where repairs pita of the hud tionnoa the yield of Tampa, for flv. years, coming by the widow three aona,

tbe> sentiment of the Totem, would threw mills and 10 per cant Wire area rapidly were going to lines, of communication* In some fields hall been reported here from Fort Pierce. Ha was Sam Klmer: and Jamas, all of Turnpa -
nly the Demo- reduction made In assessed valuation new storm born at and had lived In: i and two brothers.
result In splitting estate this ytntr. down bt-fore the advance of the havtt barely been made. ;,all ununually good. Starke
"rllll vote, Mr. nurke wild. on all real


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kIL:: Commissioners Assess WHAT FARM ACCOUNTING MEANT V I! .Will Rogers Comes tt For Slavery..1'These -I

rtriL! Millage For Next._Year- IN THE MANAGEMENT OF A FARM 1 I I Tliere the has pl.itorm(bt' .n than more there latk hereabout was know how, Southerners my Ann. I'.ill, ,,"' S ''Q

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I about the man. That may be on stands on the slave,
ins In the county'Of Bradford on y Ijll'
County :MIllftRC: Set At R2 In Artrillon account of there only being one I am coining out hi I ,
the first of January A. D..
day I man and many platforms. Not aord I.5:
I told
if the
I. Hub. IMNtrh'ta 1928 for I Ille general"fund to ml'et Successful Farmer Tell. How Pencil Helped Guide \\ has been heard from Al say practically IO tjo'lI.Ij, ,. ", ;
(SI' : trie current expenau of the county. ing whether he will choose to run own and nl./O\\'. I, I VS ,
Tbe board of county rommlskmers and to provide for the expenditures His Operations and Swell His Income-An Aidto I if nominated. But his supportersare do i thd work down hcrt. ,hi' I
p of Bradford county, Florida as estimated In the budge Better, Credit Shows Profits and hopeful. I am just sitting as thought the North they do had with as ??<,, ,'igtI.
t >jnt ID regular _11111011 at 10 hereinbefore set forth. I tight waiting to see \that they do tlir White'
:So I think that
Prevent. Losses. -- and things look. mighty bright for will,
itil clock a. tn,, Monday. August To meet the Interest payments eel..
some votes.
"As I told last week I the old Anti-Bunks. I thinr( we
mb. you am
,16-28 with-the following m rs '
and fund for the
_ii' provide a pick everybody at this "Things looking
down here to show my touch can up convention bette, |lor
Louis JI. Hill chairman
; present: ultimate redemption- county owner and operator, of one of the most successful with the common people and that didn't get anything I' us very day for these other ..
s.. O. Crews, J. L.. Underhill, and THE tII
road bonds In pursuance of the requirements farms Wisconsin prepared recently for the they are even commoner than I themselves just like we did up at Parties have just about done then
c O. W. Hinson.S ; of the law. it is determined figured but IVdon't care how common the moneyed Convention. -
The minutes of laet meeting read and hereby declared that a Agricultural Commission the American Bankers Association thcy are-they ain't any -

I and approved. tax of thirty-one mill upon the a first hand statement of the part farm account- commoner than 1 am."

ft .Bond of A.. ..1. :.Thomas a. notary dollar< be levied. assessed and ls ( inc.has played in. the management of his enterprise. Thi.oper.a1or. la further discussion of his r

S ; public wa presented and approved. hereby imposed upon. all the prop- W. j. Donjran tells the following story: campaign inc President as the .

mi i *1j S erty lying and being in the county hen' I started: farming I began keeping a simple candidate: of the Bunklev: Party 1 W.

S S j Bond of J. A. Jennings as deputy of Bradford on tbe first day of:. cash account, but soori found that it was not sufficient accounting the Will Rogers Democratic sends Convention this word from in r'Q-

cL i'' sheriff was presented and ap January, A. D. 1928 for farm purpose: Such* Houston. -

proved. To meet the current expenses Incidental record did not take Intotatton cou14.o
With a complete financial statement "Since I went Into politic." Ve
"i:lae following were placed upon and necessary to the op- the vital factor Of tm- before him the banker can says in his weekly political appeal -
'S th* pauper roll: J. W. Johnson tratlan of the public schools of the pEO>Temnt, growth of livestock or intelligently determine what credit in Life "1 have just lost'"what

?t&1 $S.:00; per month. Mra. Florence county and to pay the salaries of depraciatian.' V I should have. With a full knowledge little dignity and self resp e* I

4! t Johnson, $5:00: per month Henry teachers and repair school houses ""Sine 1810 I have kept a corn- of the farm profit in the past ever had, and I'm even beginning:

Phillips $5.00 for one month. aa estimated by the 'ounty boardof plat account on the accrual basl. I know what credit I should ac I I to look like a delegate.RgeTs wort"I

'S The following were tsrlcken public instruction it la determined : Tb* account however ate no cept. No farmer or business man
t from the pauper roll: Mrs. Julius and hereby declared that a than farmer can easily Richard
merei any
should accept credit from his bank I' Reads Tex Out of
B* kowltz. Mrs. Nannle Holmes tax of ten mills upon the dollar be keen. The outstanding benefit unless he Is able to put the money I'
5 Mrs. RutchBioky. levied assessed and Is Imported
: Mrs. Viola Mikell-and hereby (ram keeping: auch accounts might into productive investment, and
: upon all the property In tbe listed follow I
r be> a* : his margin of profit asaures the'
5, Mrs" Catherine Sponholtz a widow county of Bradford on the first
: ; S .with six minor children wan nlIow day of January A. D. 1928. The Way It Works ability to repaythe loan within-a

S d mother's pension fund of To meet the expenses to' be pole' "1. I Income tax report*' made reasonable time.

4'4I '1 $21J. >0 per month. out of the widow' pension fund. easlerv 'Accurate and dependable ; "For the farm this reasonable I

Y1 1\ *. ,MThL.13lackoftheirmof It In determined and hereby declared income tax report.* can be made time cannot be three or six month.
., ,4 4 ; t H. L. Black & Company appeared that a tax of one-half mill from the yearly account By keep. The farm turnover is too slow for

c before the board and asked for a upon the dollar be levied. a"Rcsaed Inc'them oa file I atn always: readyto that. A helpful and just period of

: I sl 4 reduction in the assessment on and Is hereby ImplORed upon all satisfy the tax Inspectors. farm credit for working capital

S L;:ts lands In Bradford county from property !lying .and being In the "2.' Accounting mak. p possible a must be from one to four years. -

5 ?, S <..?9 per acre to $4.00 per acre. county of Bradford on the first budget *ytemv-With the accumulated "There 1* another benefit from : "I'm afraid our party will have to I II to ran for President on 'the Anti- about anything nn} *. you feed Vrti\
'. No'change, 'having been made by day of January A. D., 1928 for data of the past year. I can, accounting-the benefit of knowing get along without '
f t ; I any more help Bunk ticket, says Rogers. "Now some Bunk. A rot of the imantit
the county commissioners from tbe widow' pension fund. make out tb* budget for the com whether one Is going: up or down. from Tex Rickard. He's that
; walking I guess he's sorry he did ft men ever lived including Tex:
S ,,the.amount as fixed by the county For the encouragement and pro- Inc year. The income being fairly By extra sales one might be flushof I out on us." "The himself learned that in in(ancy.

r tax asnesBor, the board refused to tectlon of agriculture as author table, tbe budget problem la to money and buy heavily.'fthink-I Among other pertinent observations the seat way sale for things this are lookingwith When they first started thinking up
> 4 lower sald'asBeHsment. Mr. Black Uiwl under Chapter 7302 Act of adjust the> expenditure If one log he II coming out ahead/but In on his Tunney-Heeney Alabia to tell Teacher the day they
V own and the other eilows' -
fight Tex calls It -
Tex is
as wishing
J :then .requested. that mention be 1917 1:, It In determined and hereby branch of tile business will need reality he is sacrificing: the future. presidential Will he'd didn't do their home-work they were
campaigiu. never got himself mixed
I' t' ) made of hU protest stating that declared that,,*,' tax rate of one extraordinary expenditure such a* On the other hand one might feel Rogers the Candidate Against Bunk. 'with a gang that' trying to eliminate up- mastering; the- elementary gradei of

; 4c be would refuse to pay said tax. half mlll.'lpl.lIol' dollar be levied new' machinery. there must be a pinched. and have little money to makes the foregoing declaration in Bunk from public life. Bunk.

1 \i S It was announced that all those aauesued and Ja hereby Imposed cut In come other branch! such a* spend. but in reality he is laying: up todays Life, the humorous weekly "Take Bunk away and where I I. "So I'm afraid our party will have

S r present who were owners or,agents upon all tbe property In thevcoun, building or livestock' prMliased or capitaL" in whose page he is running as the Tex going to get his customer to get from along Tex without Rickard.any He's more walking support

S S of; the .owners of property would ty of Bradford on the first day >of fencing. S The banker Agricultural Commission nominee of the "dissatisfied voter from? He' cot to pay Tunney a out on because: : he never did
L be' heard by the board and that January A. D. 1928 to meet the "3. Accounting give 8 true basis baa suggested the follow. of both parties. 'Cool Million and to raise that belong in a party that is for

S. any and all complaints as to the current expenses.To for credit,-Especially has account- lag form of farm credit statement "T- Rickard was one, of the famous amount of jack he's got to get thepubiics the benefit of those that want
'valuations .of the property raised meet the expenses ta be 'necessary Inc-meent for me larger credit and Indicating the records necessary to fifteen citizens who came out interest up to 'Fever Heat* NOTHING and have a reasonable

i'f, "I 'ay the board and advertised could to be paid out of the fine happy relation with my banker. I be kept: strong against Bunk and asked me "Now you can't get the public hot expectation of getting it."
1 'be made and would be given due and forfeiture fund. it l III deter,
S S t "
;.1 :, ':", '*'consideration.. Thereupon a number mined and hereby declared that a SUGGESTED FARM CREDIT STATEMENT I Five o'Clock Tea Habit Gains Popularity in America I
S : I i" of persons pren nte
.Po, ::1 J '.tnenta and fact as to the valuation levied a lIell ed. and Is hereby Imposed One of the First Important-Factors in .Farm Accounting .

t .' \'I it I' j IS," I' '.(' their property and after liearng upon all the property lying ........ ........ .layn.........'i- ....... ........ ... ..... ...... TIM tcVMitfjfVV --- V _
from and being In the of Brad- Addrm*
of the complaints county
; ''i i : all ford .s..fl.............. ... .JO'...................................a El V ,c- :'
:! \ au.h, owners, and agents an were on first day of January A. Bu.In.u.Er Data of Statement *

1t: \.. f. ..!J! i *esen.t and after giving due con- D. 1928._ for- the__ n fine___ and____ .fnrfel._n. _I_, -1-.fJ.oi: .

slderatlun to the statements made ture fund to meet the current ex- ." 5 _ L_>__"._..._ -. _______
and the facts presented the board pen en as estimated In the budget C.__Ia.a*>_L.a..j. >+<*.: .i$

S .decided to adhere to the valua- To meet the outstanding In ___................... 10"M

0 &1oaa.made by the tax assessor and dehtedn It U determined and ---....-............. V_

; 'a,.raised by the board of county hereby declared that a tax rate of ---....-..................... ... _' Vr
two mills ............ :
commissioners sitting as a board upon the dollar be lev -,-- -- .C..n.
: .. .
of uaU ers on the' 2nd day :of led HBneMseci on the first day of a--- .I.. ;
July. A. D.. 1828 except In the January A. D. 1928.In .....-k..---! 3 : _

I T4 following cases: ; order to create a building; --_.........:............ .. r'

AU Northwest quarter of south fund for repairs on county jail. It -...-....-.,........S.......-a......, -" ..... .., ..................... "S :: .
t/4 _
/ ,... .... ................................ _.S V
S quarter South of Call st. ex Is determined and hereby declared ..._.._-.-........... ....... -V V .. .*V '

)tA fast 1. .&c'e In Southwest cor. lOBx420 : that a tax of one-half of one mill ._.1..-.................................... .. ..T.D,.Wmua Qua TLIVC ,V .. ;:::_ __ V

,1 ft. Sea 28, Twp. 6 Range 22. upoa the dollar be levied and as- ............_........'.............-... ._ _........................... .. VV V _

L 2 'acre*. E. D. Card from $1000 ceased and la hereby-Imposed upon ...........-................... .........., : ........................... ,

all the In the ___4.... ...... .......... ............ ....... ... ...........
property county of .
,to-UOO. V va.iaA ...,..........Ax. h_............ V
'S 'tiots 57 of -Block .25 Original Bradford on the first day of Jan- Iai___ ...... ....'i..1. :: .. .....,ruo.t............V 1. _______

lS c j ,:Town of Starke.. Sec. 28. Twp. 6 uary A. D. 1028. ___1- .......................... .

., I i Ii...... :-22: 1\1rIl. Annie E. Petltt In order to create a publicity .::.-..-- V V.. ..s-eu. .......\.. ............... ,
fund for making exhibit .
itrona' 1000 to $850. county at _a.I .. ................... .... ..
.5 ,s Lot 1 ,2 In Block 8 Plnehura'Development the State 'I'alr for.tbe year 1929 I It a.Y&.a.I..............t- ......................... ..m.11 ___ _

M' In Northwest quarter Is determined and 'hereby declare ou___.. ...... ... -........VV .... IS

? of Southeast quarter Sec. 21 Twp, that a tax of one-half of one mil ____ ..... .................... M'"

h ,,'Range %2. D. W. Kelly from upon the dollar be'levied and an S .a.-____.. ......... ............ .. ._. 0'

S "|40>00 to $20.00. : eased. and Is hereby imposed upon _. -_..-_ ...................... .. .. _

S ( S ;: All Southeast quarter ot'Souiti-' all the property In the county of I ......................................:'. .. : ..............."....

' t. :.west quarter E of Ry. Sec. 26. Bradford on the first day of ..Jan ._.....1............._.... .. ......... .... ................. rtety or to choose the proper tea far

S r 'Tw. S Range 22, 32 acres !Mrs ; uary A. O. 1028.According ,............... '.. ... .. ........ .......... ...... ... the occasion
; S Lc LuCy:>> .,.. Harrell. from $550 to to the mlllage so determined f--...._V "Discrimination In tea." uld .Mr.McCormlck. .
4-300. fixed and assessed: the .TTOCK .. "la a good deal like S Charles Overstrecit appeared before total ralllage to be entered In the ...-.... .- 4.. '1- .- S I c V crImination in win*. The tplcun
S K :
SS S the board 'and asked for re- column fat county taxes In the assessment ...a.a..l ..-- S .., V ...-- SV C V ..,..,..,. S.. will' demand a red win with bU gam
ductidn or 1927 assessment on per-: roll for the year' A. D. .. CV'. ........ C .;...::;... C 'VIK> V I.. __ 5._. and a white win with his ehell-ota.
S 1028 la 52 mill .eo._I... cw.: .Ls _M a.I_- _.. S _R... 5 _. ..... a. V l.a L.... Similarly. there la a tea for IVKJ
Same the dollar 1-
6niU property. was rev upon torovar 1
__ _.._
y .... _e.--. Pa I4d function and for every hour.
fused.a. a total estimated expenditure _-:;.... ..... __ ........... AWV-V V .....C-.V .M..VVV. VS ........... .._ .._.. ''"Fu1brea at, a fully ferimnttdt

.;.A.-: A. tJu'rden ,asked! for.. reduction cf. $_. V 1...._..........__ "M__'''' -- I.................... t.-IIu 0............. of the heavier type may b* lutd.

S 'of 50 per cent on Hampton Estimates having 'been ,made by ...-........- -- AaaCSi i.4....... ... ............. ...P. .....- I & such .. tn* Ajuuuna or [)arj-II''"

bor. a.saensment. Tile board having the trustees of the several special ... .,..... ... ..VV ... .-... .., I_.._,._.. ... ........ .p. ..... .. ... ... L 4 ,. : fiom India the Ichanga or Kcerauo
made no raise on said asnessment tax school districts numbered 1, 2. V_V "aHaRI I _WL.. I7VI .. I c' from ChJna. or the.selected cut from

S 5 .. ,refused. to grant said re 3, 4. S 6, 7, 8. 9, 10 11, 12. 13. :I- p-. t testsT. -- 1.- a.".. -Abd ::=: .p- :::- .- 'I' .V ... Java_._... _and..__.Ceylon-V.-- __ervd.es___ With" .L cream and
C ThbNd I V .- --
_ r quest. 15. i6, 17, and lit, asking that a Ver..c..paO.a "--t. 'a.- TCllFmrALTIMORII V '-:: an. .US-" a.'at bC&aW'evening flawry

Th board of county co unlll- oertaU mlllage be assessed against ... ...... .r....,... ..,. .."\> ............, ::.._ .. ..... .. .. ..:.._ TWO / service the more P kM.

75 ,loners and ib* board of public Instruction all the property of said districts t ................. ........... .. !.............. .......... .. ........... '... .....- Md.-While America.'. Somo 07,000.000 pounds of 'the teat or India.Pekoe Ceylon,typm or with Java their Orange full-Dott

1 had a joint session to as follows: No.1 for 6 rnllla; No. f\ !............:...o.:... ..'. :>i':::-... .....:... .... ............ ......... ........... *BT. o'clock cocktail* habit U gradually were imported last year'Irom Ceylon. liquor and rich aroma or the delicately
I 2 for 7.. .V. .' ............. ... ........... .... ...... ..
( being offices
1S ;i consider 'the employment of a 10 mllln' : No. 3 for 10( mills; : ." .r-" -" '.1---: : ; : .:i''t< ,"M.' : V replaced especIally Indla.Java, Japan Formosa China flavored Formosa Oolong or JW|
.... .. ..... 1. .. ...... and factories by the five 6'cloox: and other
''truantdfrlcer and probation officer 4 for 10 mills: No. 6 for 10 > -.I.\: : )' V tea-growing eountrle tea are to be recommended.
S :who should act as a welfare workS mills No.7 for 10 mills; .No. 8 f... I.I:.t.:.....:/....... ..... ,;J : ......." .:::. :: ::::: :: :;.:. .; : .:: V:::::::. .. ...... tea the United States. despite the enough. however to supply every Individual "Tea ta not to be regarded
or- V : : ', ': .. ................ _.. Von -played by tea la lie colonist American with at least a ner"
fact that for 10 mills No. 9 for 10 mills .............I.. .__... .n on stimulant but rattier a
S J:!' t Owing to the neither ; ; V"" r --.f.\ .....\. ..... ?::14.. : t- history. still lag behind the other cup of tea a day. tonlo. for. while It na* a refre nln' '
3; boards bad any available funds No. 10 for 10 mills; No. 11 for 10 .. S.- ..... ............... .. -nation in the matter of tea drlnklne. This Indifference It 1* not S
apparent is accounted and effect.
: : exhilarating
I F1. nor any Immediate prospect of mills; No. 12 for 10 mills; No. : r:: 5jfjjT jtlj) FH #..._... ;1 ;m { }.f Australia coiuumee 11 pound pr for by W. M. McCormick of depressant and there I* no reactlu. *
f 13 for 8 nillls No. IS for ;; "tII..a..a.u: :::: ;:: ::: ::;: : !: .I : : capita annually of the that uw.
decided to the matter 10 Baltimore director of
it they drop ; cup a the Tea Club Immoderai
any>> V following Ice
i ., . .. .. .. .._ .......... even
e..r..V. .... .. ......._ .. .._. ........... ... ;\,. sheers but lntoxlc .
''k fer the present time. mills; No. 16 for 10( mill: No 17 I._ I not. England and Tea Association of the United Moreover. It baa been found reeeoUf
Si L & T Board recessed until Wednesday -I for 10 mllU and No. 1& for 10 V pound. Canada 6 and China 8. while States by the fact that America u to contain vitamin B which I Is fount
S mills. BankersWhe cat* United States consumes only on* not a* yet "tea wine. and not rufflclcntly m-cplnaoh and to certain fruit and i
,. August 8, }928. County Key
V Th- trustees of the several districts 1. habitant.pound of ta a yer for each In- up In tea lore to diatlntrulih\ vegetable.. thu giving It *n ""'
5' a good grade from the inlorloi va- portant dietetic value."
4 The. board of county commUionr above named' having certified -- -

_______ .. of Bradford county Flor:i the rate of mlllage voted to be are they? County Pt4aent.... the agricultural projects approved .---- -

7 1 :JcIa.met, pursuant to recess at 10, assessed all above set forth. It was, lives of the agricultural l committee Jointly by the state Fort Nerce--2 possible supple er Is that he Is more British than cause they know that their own

Si o'clock a. m.. Wednesday August determined that the tax so Axed' ot the state banker association. committee and the college mentary sources of water supply American. This Is an Injustice to skirts are not clean. They are Being

.8,, 1828.. with all member presentS be levied and It Is hereby Axed: V of agriculture. being investigated by city authorIties Mr. Hoover who Is a good citizen talked about by Individual

S follow: Louis H. Hill chairman and assessed!! against alt tbe prop- By wham' appointed? Preferablyby low can they proceed here. V and a real American. There are and a few! organizations not heretofore
I J. O. Crews. J. L.. Underhill erty of each of the'above named tile agricultural committee la 1. By correspondence. Lake Wales-.--$52,163 new City other things In the underground connected with politic- The

5 O. W. Hinaon and L. R.,UaineyS -, I special, tax school dltrlct for the, cooperation with 'the rpaldejit. 2. Present projects or plan at Halt being built here wireless which are Just as untrue : Issue of the Republicans Is the full

The' board then took up.. the mat-I year A. D. 1928, in the county ot, and Secretary of the.Stall* Bal Co I county banker meeting street. and unjust. dinner pall and prosperity. -Malison '

V ter of the estimated budget andS Bradford and state of Florida lyIng -\ era Association.' ,ct ih,- Bxten-, ,.x 3.V Make personal visit to banks Coral Gables..-New Christian On the other side there has been EnterpriseRecorder.NEW .

V S considered: .the. contemplated ..ex0ene and being within the.b undary ton Wrecjpr:! $ (thexcofle! of oC! the county. preferably In Science Church under construction much said against Al Smith which -

S of the several fund for the of each of the several Special Tax., Acrfau UM. .' ',M company, with the county here. I. .to nay the least exaggerated. 'flAME LAW

I bca1 year beginning October "1, School ''District above mentioned What are. their'diitleerVjfpj'. .; 'agent. S During Hist 2 year utility. corn- That Al Smith Is wet Is unfor- AFFECTS 1>0\1:11:

4 V 49aan4.ending..8eptewber-. ; aid described on page 89 et se- V 1. .To get In touch 'WIth each l bank .)V pan lea of Florida spent more than innate and It Is regretted by many

: S J.0.29, and after consideration, qual of minute of county commissioners .l In their respective counties: Kentucky Purebred Sire Special $68,260.000 for Improvements extensions : Southern Democrats. He has madeno In Florida
book t.V 5 and get a line on what each.I and transmission lines Open season on doves
advertised. No.
adopted budget as sponsored by the Kentucky i secret of his Ideas however September 1
r I Tbe board then proceeded with To meet the interest payment doing agriculturally.S. Banker Association left Louie throughout etate.CrawforlJPlvlllWaJtulla. S and he cannot be .charged with deceitful has bean changed to will than M
V the V matter.of flung the rate of taxation and to provide a sinking fund for To represent the agricultural i vllle County ness. In the matter of to 30. Inclusive. It NOV B>'
enforcing -
S recently. making morning to
S V S ot the county and school dl.. he ultimate redemption of the committee of the state association News Is new paper being published the present law Governor closed trim October 1 to

55 .4rk* for tbe>yar A. D. ia27.! and bonds la the bonded special tax in any county matters ooon.: and afternoon aiop:: errjay. here. S I Smith has been more emphatic boriS Inclusive. On November op*"
7 pertaining to agricul'tare <: Beside exchanging a purebred It will again and remain
I after careful consideration of the school district Number Three Mayo Shiver Motor Company than Secretary Hoover. He
(Starfte) it' I determined In which banks or the sire for a scrub bull at every Into at west candidly until January 31.
Mttmat; of expenditures it was and moves new quarters states that he will enforce 4
F J .b*> .aterminatlon of the boardS hereby declared that a tax rate of banker association are lDotereeted. i tation. registered. belters, CUtl.eh..p end of Main street. S 'the prohibition law If elected The new regulation was of Piteby sir -
V S .
.tbat.the rat of taxation necessary five mills upon the dollar be levied and pen of purebred poultry the federal department
3. To president, and in this he stand behinds presided'
serve as the medium were to be culture and approved by :
given xktblta -
te meet such expense would be and asseeaed for the year A. D.. away the plank In the Democratic that
through which tbe I'XF.UR C1IAROK8:' law
1 Tor each of the) fallowingjnantioneT t 928, oil all the property embraced of ,aslst- and discussion, together'with platform. The charge that he baa ,Coolidge. The federal and void
sacs banks of the null
county preparatory work In which state regulation are
_ purnoees the am .unt. estimated within the boundary of bonded bolted the platform U Inaccurate eoucerned -
S can be obtained to meet SOO A unfair charge birds are
a* over people are engaged should good many insofar a* mlgatory
declared and leviedvia: special tax school district Number and unfair.It for
emergency such as a sudden .- stimulate have been made 11the necessary
SV raising the average pro- make it
Three and la BracT-
1 Im 'order to meet the astlmatedxpenieaT'of lying being
ford outbreak of disease or duction of Kentucky livestock!:, accordlaf presidential campaign: on both Is a wise m ve'on the part! of Florida. Alabama South'CaroHn-
Florida described
: tbe county; rt fa deter County as le-
S it Insect pest to F. C. Dorsey. of Louis sides. The leader of both partiesare the Republican party to eliminate Georgia and Mlsslsspt state 1 1.l.
declared that a on page 91, book No.7. minute
mined! and hereby '
To be t
commissioner' 4. responsible for Interesting ville., Representative of tie Agricultural showing a tendency to discourage prohibition and religious Issue tors to conform their law to
the dollar county
.or frve mill
1 tax upon
the banks of tilecount.y tick to from the
Commission American this practice and campaign. These matter federal
he !.vied and It I* hereby imposed To the ,ruling. At
meet interest
paynxintaContinued In one of more of Banker A..oclatlou.t' the main Issues In the campaign. are not'being featured' b'y the leader No further explanation tot
tAt S upon all the property lying and ba ,( on page- 4.) Hoov- of the
One of the charges'against party for one reason be- 'change was glTa.AGE'TW" .



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-I II r r I. n IUJ 1... n. .. Where Do. Poison quently than same others* Ariothet Ham pfcs)>lr. ;awl northern Vermont ', left Jacksonville Saturday : NJ: ; ;.nON.- .i.i"The :l

rather ualn i>*rUunt Jlattlauake night and. brought the Injured I -----
Nw of Florida in Short ,f
Paragrophi Snakes Live In Is. the Pigmy/ secreting little P9J1&IHUNa1iaaalte.* live all about pair to this city. They" w.'rfl.&I'"n only, part that th* tt.'

venom but having a large range; us. In the cities I the menace HnraiUcaUr treatment for their lajurie at 8LViucenrs lays> Ia politics In this eouat.l ,,1 1 9"r'

through the oHfh.: negligible 1 yet within hospital and later removed In choosIng UM nominee, ;
Nil 1
United States Largest of all pulaonou ipeclonIn the actual feoutMlarta of many of to their hom *. UoMal! RepaWlcaaeoavenueaay I ,' '1

'0 Live State North America Is the Eastern own citiAS there are noWonons StewRrt PONY Is _known tbe only reason be does that M.. s ,

[ NewsTOLD tlty Edward Mott Woolley) Diamond-back Rattler, which sometime snakes Within aJlllillt of New York as a former University of cause that party, hasn't oua1' t1(

Stepping from an automobile Into attaint a tefigth 0( IIjne feet. Citx..the New Jersey and the New i athlete, having played Florld.j white members In the Sontli t : .1.

'. tile brush alongside the road, Its habitat extends from southern YorJt.. Paiiudesshelter thouHandit 'there! several years lie Is as every state has to hare a"' I 4, .J4'... :(I. ,.
a man was bitten instantly by, a North Carolina to Florida KI'YII. of Copperheads. Our summer the real estate 1IIIIIhlf'R". at the conventions the Soiitt'ueitro '' I t

BY and west to Louinlana. and the camps,Jn, AMtuauiUia aud hill. are la ued." Tbe I"' \
I OUR EXCHANGES poisonous snake probably a Water Palm ; \q't
1 Moccasin that chanced, to be Mississippi Rita -- commonly, alien set In,,the. midst, oIIlWlk -ll\- e NNNNN.Hh'.NN..N+ News (Republican). ,) I 1

hiding there.In about swamps. Horrible lndA yl U foaled: Muxda. JlatUtvnakea line W. are truly: glad to have I J
, ...-,,-.- -. ._,- ,-,.... OR LA' '_.; another r"glodlirlDg (hi* Its poison but fortunately It does ourlrauaoonUaejUal hUhwaya and LAWT BY | serious admlnslon from the optj+: i I.:i ;, \ ,W.11
not like tbe of p any-era, d ntrayej by e Mew n. H. array) CLawtey. i
proximity! man. pausing vehicles. '
Talahassee- rDuring the two with 17,000 bales UM rear same general period a girl of six lion. If there are not MU j It' ,
according t
hunting days of tbe Present open to the sUjuaU, The crop playing In the great fnee outdoors! The Prairie Ratter_ hunts Its .. Ors crake bunter, in the ........................ white Republican In each Soutt( '. +I ;

season on deer, Florida nlmroda I this year inldcates at present '2 hears what she thought was tile prey (rodents)In the plains ef the west report thaLtourteen per cent Aug. IT.-Mendame* state from which to choose a} j I r4 t+,
Dakotan of the, snak.esfowutl I
r reported to the state game and per cent of normal, as compared buzelJlJr of a locust. Sue hunted.for Nebraska.\ Kansas and' killed\ ou the W K':, Turoile and G. W. Robert en or so delegates there ire ,| |! '
fish department here with 71 i her Oklahoma and even, reaches went toiabwajra byv auonwbliea were Rat enough; white Republicans to \
fresh water per cent of last year. it,. and a rattlesnake struck left Tuesday night for llendarsauvll r

that sixteen deer were taken. with Its deadly fanga.A. of to.;>> the Canada.ROCk Mountains;, and up ins; tiers la the Interest of' protection ) N. C.. where they will,RJlflUd the oIKcen, 1' ;r i.j .a

Tampa,--Nine members of the ten-year-old,, boy romping several weeks.' Governor Martin bas made C .
Further south( front Texas: tit itgUIi t i snake Mia uiJ' the saving | } ,t
Clearwater-The: city -c'ommlslou crew .Qf the> Cuban schooner Coro- near a dead tree, was bitten with California the formidable West of life an effort 1 la he lug made to1'01lfOct A. M. Lewis Fred Moore sad SlOO major appolntmenta l in, ,( I} ,*1 'tie

has passed an ordinance plac- nella, which was wrecked on a out warning by a, Mealhly Copperhead ern Dlamond.ba"k'.Ila4tlel' I II all, 'Information possible )K K: llurney made, a bllRI.",.. tripto thauoueeats, '; ,; '

a u<'enMefee of $3*O upon solicitors rock off Boca Grande Tuesday abroad This species grows to abuijith about the occurrence ot snake bites JatkHouvllle Tuesday.! Docs the Palmetto ,< ',: i
ing night; arrived here aboard These episodes, reported unite Mi'H <)t. A, Anderson Martin, ,1 r
representing ii outoftowndry the of seven\ feel md Is responsible .throughout< the! United States and was Visiting I to aa, that If John W. ''i I l ,
'j cleaning plants. The ordi- coast guard: cutter Woodberry wits recently to the A-ntlwnfci Instituteef 'for perhaps one ttarterat I an appeal 1ft". issued by 'the Antlv- her parents In Hlarke Tuesday been a Republican Instead oj; (I 7' r
a story of a night of America! in Philadelphia, might : afternoon I
nance also provides tor raising the horror sling the awake bite reported In the ants Institute o( America that all Detroerallogovernor; itwoald.bt .j.
: ing to their broken craft They be duplicated over and,, over. .u. bit.. Mr. und Mrs it.V I Roberts were been necessary for him to CO /
.- price tor local dry cleaning permits United States with a death rate as*! ** CAM* Immediately 'I 'I'I'|
from $16\ to $26. It, must be were picked up by the cutter and While fishing a, mau was WUen high,'as thirty-Are per cent.. reported giving Information regarding visiting in Hlarke Monday. side of the white race for most l ,, .
j the Boca 'five, times on the leg by a MocaoIn Mrs K.: '
Grande la
two more readings and advertised pilot boat Wednesday All. over the went roast and 111'' the epeclea of snake and llurney and children, bin StiO appointees? It tJa.r.1! "
given law. morning after their. schooner A hunter sat on a log to watch the spout the week-eud In 'Jacknenvllle not enough white Republicans"' \
becomes and
before it a western Idaho, Nevada aud Art treatment applied whether \1 1,1' ;;
was battered to places en a for squirrels when a rattler striking tons lurks the PaclA Rattler lit 11M victim recovered or not Reports with tier, tarenta Eld'; and the South to, make up the stl 1 ,il4 t\ ,: 11

Oearwater--Steel fencing ordered rock. All night they clung to lhair !. with the rapidity ol A uiachlne- the woods and mountains, shpiild be nailed to the An- Mrs" H V Skipper delegations< ; to Republican, ('()It, \ f $. .
raft with water gun sank lie hynodecnla teeth In the Ladles'. Aid of the Melho- vl''I'' t'
the county commissioners washing fa| deck i. I tlvenin'In"III""e'of'A\I\t'Tlca. Glen- Jolla should we not consider ;
enclose hy the jell yard has been unable to signal: to shore a. few his. shoulder. Running out' into a : Between California Anions and southeastern ol4le u;l' Pa., rwb) re 'a. complete (lie dirt church was delightfully entertained before vet ins; for Hoover' I <
to field to pick flowers, a. girl ot seven you mar And the the ,
miles at
The Lake ,
1 and work of erection will away cutter sighted ot lafortaatloaoathls kind is kept, pretty Kiumley lloweyf--at. Augustine R"corc ;',:I
delivered them at dawn. encountered a Rattlesnake Bleached Hauler; biding from Its, II home of Mrs. J. T Moore last ,

probably will be started be entirely next week.of metal The "which.. coiled and struck ber. Coming enemies by, day'among the (horny 1'O4i: n.\O"IIJoRIi: : ThurHiluy afternoon. After the Ors hundred acr
barrier of barbed wires West Palm Beach-Death won in from a swIm. another girl shrubs and stalking its prey hg MUHTrIM .At'('UU.ST: : UMIIIII iHliiAHH had adjourned tile lu this, Canaveral section near 1',.
and three strands In 13, wa bitten on tbe beet by this night--like all Haetltl nabi. Nearby hostess .nerved l her with '
a dramatic rare on Lake Okee- guests! a ooa will be devoted to (truck Is'f p'
will be set center at angle wire on will the top be eboDtoe today: when Mai-tain Kief- same species, of deadly viper. A are the,been and; the Spotted) ,, JeekuonviU..3u 13 -Hiowait! i dellcUiim salad course lag tbis. fall actMirdlns) to, pi') ,,)', ''I+ ,

whole the fer. 39, of woman, sleeping OK an unprotected Rattlers t Mrs i. '1'. J. 1''rrY.lllld, two laugh* I 'tti ', '
electricity from the ClewlHlon died from L. P u eru v. U842 Laura street now being worked but by W. 1 s S
charged with line to dlscolU'ageIlrloouers loss- of blood while being rushed procb In a region where poison Tile Sidewinder Rattlesnake! .,was 'heuUr, cut !lx);U t !the face and ] t tare, MIsHMH Joyce and Hassle| I Braddock' truck farmer of; gel l "1,1' '. l' ",, .

city service attempting to climb ,out 'to Canal Point following injuries snakes abound was bitten on thebead pre-empts the' desert sands of* the head. ...w'Ib. ".ytARRlass, and his spout Wednesday Iii.Lake City. lian. The Cocoa Trlbuu..saya,'I' 'I 1 ,

received when t hefty wheel -of a by a Rattler. plains from 'northeastern Callfor \oth<{, Joseph ,I'oiueroy, HUHtaln- Clifton llruwu spent WednesdayIn Uraddock. hM lasted 100 *.cr. I !'I";

'; of the enclosure.. ., rJacksonvilleCaptured motor boat went places Flying Just where these particular accidents nla and southern California to ed severe bruises when an Biilomol JackHonvllle, fertile land on the petln.i'I'which '* \I \' I

In the metal nearly .severed hln. right; leg occurred is not, so vital to southern Utah, soilthwestern n Ne. 'iu which. the (two' brothers 'r. .1. Terry made s business'' trip; 'Is regarded.. as'oti' ot :I"" : '\ ':y J' II

above the knee. The> launch disabled this narrative as where they might< vada. -.nd Into Arleona., This 'rur* were riding .nod, driven. by JosephPomeroy I Aluihua Wvilnemlay.Objmtlona best trucking sections of Brev "t' !\ .':
Daytona Beach after a ...... ._ "
wood near after tile accident and Kief.. have happened or In what section lous snake ajH>*ar. to move alde. crashed Into the rear end '" county \ I'I I .', '

hard fought battle with bare fer'a condition recognized, as serious of tbe United State these accidents wise by throwing out loop of anbthir niachln blween Cocoa to vulldation. the II I Ii I"" .t'
albino alligator whichIs $1,887,000 bond issue of tbe Ins 'rl.- \
hands on Alligator a companion jumped over- may be duplicated. There are other specie of i"pl( and Kau 't .Tile late Saturday afternoon. Jackeoavllla Atlantic 1 I' ,,,. '.
show at the Florida Navigation; district for pur- 1' ,,
now on board and swam to another launch In. these outdoor days of motoring -' vlper ." Bom of ,very restricted .',tt w.lIlearned last! night of (Cant Cenipsiy nuivos Into new quart t I I Iat ,
Jackson I'IIIIM" he Coast canal
South and 1
Farm 1 In
I of for aid. Klelfer was transferred boating biking;, and especially diutribiitkMi.t others rather widespread 'Josepir Pomeroy stated that ho ,334 West Forarth *lr et. i t1'(t ,,11

( ville. The saurian la the olor different to another motor boat, which ot juvenile camping, the lack of I' (f u wquld mark on .a, was attempting! to pasrt! the other acquirement() of right-of, -way for Jackw>nvllle .uMds will be. f"" ) I ("' ,
white on government improvement, were
aft orange with spots Ills started for Canal) Point, 44 miles Information on snakes seems stag map of the United, States all the} astomoMle at the (< lallle of the uoklent tiled by three, lltlxant* recently at rued shortly for lighting; sir II' t{ It ': ': )."
of his body. eyes
parts gering. According to the most recent Inhabited the various K thni when the ether .Ill! I .
by a.n
alligator from the scene of the accident, areas < car the the validation route from bare tU.Atlautlc. I t
are different from the ordinary where the nearest medical aid was estimate, at least thousand, splllCle of poisonous.. gnakas !It t wo W. D. lion before Judge M. (1. Rowe of
because of this '
and behaves avail"ble. However the victim died people are bitten in: the United would'' be' found that practicallythe front o< his automobile (Iho Seventh judicial circuit. Jacksonville postonV. South J.ll, I i t'' 'ti(

tiodtry. manager: of the farm, alligator six miles out on the lake, five States annually. whole country II I cpvered with\ BoUr'care. wetw-badly wrecked. hu sunvllle and Station P ia ..BprI( )I *' t ,HI :r \1

lie Is a cross between an hours after the accident. One comforting thing'' seems to the exception: of the extreme north stated Corel (lables-Much building nlld. will move Into IMW k I'\!''\l ., .'

> and a crocodile.. be that all soake-bkes. are not aeceHsarily eastern corner'Maine, New, Frank' I'nuneroy, another broth- ('oW[ j|trMcloi! III program here. laraer quarters 'l jRLr i ", .t \\I. .
fatal the outcome depending _____._1 ," I V ...1: ..
DeLand--Geo. W. Marks, president "
Olympla-Leo( Poltal, postmaster of the on the quantity and quality of ,, '" : '
Florida education
here was found early Wednesday that the association the venom Injected by the\ serpent E' : .HT t 1'Ir II' :::
announces annual I \ ,
sitting In a chair lu his home meeting this year In. Orlandoon and on the resisting' power of the : IIi i "'i;tt"I
office with a I ,1 ,
adjoining his small victim. t
November 30 to December 1. 'i I I ", I. '
hole In his head. Police poisonous ;r /
bullet Some species are wore t :
believe he) shot himself during the during' the Thanksgiving vacation. than other,: but even a deadly ; ;:: 'j" : '
that I,1
This marks an innovation in I- 11
of tropical storm which exhausted,. lie .
height a heretofore the convention has been BuoJte may' & I \ .,"'
1 LI
herebefore daybreak. The other objects lust before 'I '
held during the Christmas, bollr venom\ on Ii t ''. ?
,made by Poltal'lIcook. human victim. Fatal '
dlHcov l'ry!' WAIl davlI. The charge: has been mad. striking 4U jll,1, 1':<1 ..1
-- "
who came to prepare his 35 t because.;; a, general feeling that bites from different species / ; ttE; ilk
breakfast Polfcal 1 was about range from ten to thirty-five per
attendance would.be Improved bya -
and unmarried. Friends said he cent; Jn cases not treated with the
meeting at time that would not
1 had been recently disappointed la I.a a serum The mortality rate with
break up the teachers Christmas ; this o.il'
; love affair and had been despon vacation. The 1928 meeting j* the cblidrei ia very ,high. It 1* said motor
kill million dollalta'worth
dent. that reptiles a a
.. '. most important.. the history of '
of oatUa In the
the association, aad In a particular every year. -. J 8
Tallahassse--- A "re's rd"ot"100 United State/
manner will draw the attention of '
wan offered .by.--Governor John. W.: : Yet bonded of people continue to 1-'tI
ot'the state for at
all the people
and convic- walk and sit day within a 'f;.,. .
I Martin for arrest this time the Florida school survey every .
tion of Mr. and Mrs. Elzie L. reach of these stealthy vipers ) : \
commission will first make public J
Booth newlyweds of Steubenvllle, and only the Its findings. S.4
Ohio' charged with the recent North American snake, not to attack : I I ; .S' .. ;

murder at Lake City of the girl's Bradenton-Icarle IteppUtr, 18, unless actually molested, :' 81 FE lit '

',' aged grandfather George W. Simmons and Jean Hosm, 22, missing saves a very large number of person ;

The couple disappeared Immediately since Thursday from their home in from being bitten. I
after the killing and no found dead this Whether the bite proves fatal I" .

trace 'of them has been found although Sarasota seated were In an automobileIn or not, the symptoms unless checked ',I IS.

blood-stained 'auto- morning. are ghastly, the poison striking .1pd'j I '
secluded spot on Long boat tItN .1p r t'PI
a 1'4N6 a 4. hi n Mi.
mobile located on the streetsof at the blood. tissues and nerve
JacksonvlHenm was the day following shot key. In through Manatee the' county.head the Both plato were! Against ate horror, the Antivenin I rgo/or oil fcy tfaf. ,ej:..r< g- '" ', 'S r<,

(the murder beneath Institute of, America la directing any P_Auv ftatloni brI" e
automatic, lying
a small all the power of biological and int/sekendrflw and '
the girl's; hand oa the seat. The "pn* .5OL/iIC t
for the medical science. I. ) :'vt
LeesburgProspects : / .
dead Mr .
couple apparently had been gaon 'Jsaes '.::
planting of from 14,000 to 16.000 daya.. A.. workman on the road In Its personnel the Institute la*
acres of watermelons In the Lees- eludes eminent scientists of ualveralUes. I
constructed. on the key noticed t t
burg district as compared with being the car and Informed thesherlff'lI I and 'of the U. 8. Army, J

12,000 acres this year, are Indicated omce here. Deputy Sheriff;, zoological parks and other organ
I IDlIlCkweJd.er
by the )leasing of lands for the ,went to the spot and i \izations. Its consulting director is JI

1929 season. While..some fear it, found the' bodies. The youth wasa Hence the designation' "pit vlp-

.! expressed that the enlarged area son of Mr. and 'Mrs. George O. reptile authority of BraEll. South I
In America.
In melons will give a production Keppler. and Miss Hosmer was a
excess of demand resulting in Unsatisfactory daughter'of Mr. and Mrs. C. IIosnver. ,There la, one outstanding mark
Is pointed out that ,distinguishes the poisonous
archi- .
Mr. Hosmer in an .
that In recent seasons the. output Officers were told the couple snakes from other reptiles In the I 7
has fallen materially below the tect. and United Staes. and this ta the pit or rt !,

former average of one'carload to had their wanted plans were to opposed be married. by their or hole on each aide of the snout "' q'e.' always depend upon tougher oil able to stand the t y ,t

between the and noatrll. It Is
every two acres.. parents..N.eNN..NNN.N.N' .. never, found eye In other snake ::6.:, ij i-Am motor oil because gnTin spite of heat, and ftictton.ii 1 Y

Sanford-A Lake County, dep- hence" the designation "pit vop- + i. re&twl frorn 100% pnruflinTbuM it liolda Ito body! mile after ':h''
era {
uty sheriff and hU hunting part p EVERGREEN : I A;

ner afoul were of the the game first laws two men la this to section run- ,, .. (Mrs. V. A. Hotter. Cor.) ... the The"pit most vipers"brightly I hi tu Copperhead colored of 1i42IE, "eruCaa. There fMuke it e. mile. long, after! ordinary. oil*. ;y i I w

. of the state this year when +......... 1rN.M.NN..* which belongs to,, the Moccasin thin to the danger-poiitt. A! .1

they were arrested Saturday-the Kvergreea, group. It. inhabit the eastern ,, \ ,
': opening day of the August deer' Mrs Walter Moore and children states, from Massachusetts and 'I';'

hunting season, by Deputy State of Jacksonville were the guestsof southern New Hamphaire to northern r Fill up, today, 'at the fint r.om- '',,"

Game Warden C. F( Marshall for i Mr. and Mrs. J, E. Rosier San- Florida; west to central III. I

killing a 300 pound bear and a day. Inols' ; and Kansas. Arkansas and Am attttiun you ee. E" "1 4,-d4r i. : ,

cub Backwater In Lake county j D. E. Rosier and Leslie McClel- Texas. It live oq billy, rocky
The two men were J. P. Mc- lan were visitors to Starke Satur- place, sometime near streams w .11, scientifically: p rcpaJrJ.' *. hir t 1 i

sheriff andF. day afternoon. of the bates reported In eastern
Clanahan the deputy '
R. Pitts who gave his occupation Mrs. E. W. Rosier and childrenof state, tile Copperhead 1* responsible / sl u..ing just the rtgut grade of tt'
been visiting -
Jacksonville who have for about two-third, especially .
as an "automobile. man. relatives here returned bone la Pennsylvania. Maryland, / thin sofa motor oil for your c**> "

Sunday.Mr. Virginia and West Virginia Th.
Tampa-Pedro Leon Spanish and Mrs. Quincy Masters Copperhead ha no rattle; give 1 I th

cigar maker who slashed his wife and children of Okahumpka no signal of Ita presence nor warn- r f

,,. to death with a razor on the night spent Sunday here with Mr. and :lug ot Its strike

of July 14 while she was out Mrs. J. E. Rosier. Deperulol.le Service ,
f I The Water Moccasin! railed: ale f ,
her four-year-old Grille of Stark.
walking with Mr. and Mr*. the Cotton-mouth Moeeasia. OCI-
daughter, was convicted of first the week-end here with 1 t
spent I s
degree murder by a Jury In clio relatives. eupie UM Virginia lowlands to Florida Iron and southeastern the- ; iy' You caw bud: with, c.tQt.dUJiCt at ai.T ,I ,

cult court Friday and faces a sentence Robert and Truby Grime of Key, sad ranges north through Puu-Ajtu sU "4oa. .Oalr meA ..t :"1'0"..
of death In the electric chair.Leos Glen St. Mary, spent Sunday here
Valley to th-
toe MloelBftlDpI *o ,
, from his Mr. and Mrs. IxuL-kss setaractr+are ltroatts.Paa- wttl'Nr..b1H.
, had been separated with their parents eastern Missouri aDd outharn Illinois ., !

wife and the killing followed his John Orlflls. ; also westward. through, Texas l !

efforts for a reconciliation. Leon to. the. RU Grande. This reptile i" -. r e rll

pleaded Insanity and among the Vending machine are being Installed la very vicious. and attacks everything ., -b.. .

witnesses on the stand were three in the St. Petersburg Ice thai move about It, and I 4 '
physicians who declared him sane Florida Power Corporation l r'
of the .
plants It bear no rattle It Is usually S. .
at the time of the murder. These chutes are built
encountered In ptace or
a w [ la three tiers and hold the Ice even In water aad swampy It seems to be I Pan American :

Orlando--Florida's cotton crop which has been cut Into regulation responsible for large asmber at

as Indicated by the condition on 12 1-2 25, and 50-pollad block bites In tbe southeast, sad la tbe I j

August 1, will be 2.000 bales more When the customer drive up to Gulf states excepting Texas.The .
1928 than It waa last year accord the platform the attendant pushes..

Ing to, figures oomplled here by the right lever and out from the la Timber well' distributed or Banded over Rattlesnake the- : .' Petroleum {prporation

the local bureau of agricultural 'storage room cone the right sice, northeastern states; and down to 4a ;

economic., of the United States piece. This I ItI getting. the loa and westward to the
Department of Agriculture. Flor business do"Q.to a.easb and carry Great PJaio It. abode to usually r rj.rtari.t it..utldJ' 33MlACJ.tto sad SUPERLA cedb3. rt .
ida, tbs. smallest southern. cotton and saU-aarTlc teals. 1 44e diJ KIF po/ish
: oa tbe ledge or ia rock<< everIces
producing state, will have approxImately I
Indian Rocks Mach hlltUlIl of the. woody and hilly district -
l' bale this' year. >
from IcoMtruction l la progress bets. *. This, spake bitef. ltt%,, freor t /
94,000 acres., at compar
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escaped tbeTwrath' of the storm rfl'"nfJ"1& WKIA
Many were wrecked or unroofed 1 :The Banker-Farmer Movement Growing

and much livestock was reported

lost Boast were employed in some There are several reasons for which will react favorably upon the Sale of Beautiful Custom

r Instances to take relief to refugees the growth ot the banker.farmer character of tttosa Interested."

t A Jupiter policeman waded movement In Pennsylvania, mlI -

j: 11 ffJ out of the waters in the backwoods limn I S. McKay, Chairman of the BANKERS HELP OUT

1.Phone. toward evening and said he had Agricultural Committee, Pennsylvania ."" Made SHOES
Association has
Bankers reported
1 29 heard of no dead but that one per-. The Oklahoma Association
to the Agricultural Commission
son was Injured for the past twelve ;years has
.n'_,_ I The Seaooard Air Line railway' of the American Bankers financed through Its five group.
.Association. The cooperation and )
announced It probably could not ten scholarships In the A. & M
['MI'LIJlEMIMJ VISITORS teen Brooker) it determined leadership of the county agents In I Ten
resume\ va ell to Okuechobee before College at SUllwater. The wlnaeri Dollar
4r and hereby declared that a tax the several! counties of the state; '
+- tomorrow morning No trains are chosen by the Eitenslpa.E ..
'+, Mira. D. C JMios gave a bout late of thirteen mills upon the dol- have been operated by the road Jii the appointment and functioningof partment of the colll'ge'on the mer 5.95Values
supper Tuesday evening at her lar be levied and assessed for the county chairmen of agriculture
the section since last Tuesday. Its of the, club work done by the atVOGUE
[ ractlve cotta'on Kingsley lake year A. D.. 1928 on all the prop- First news of' tho SeminoltJ Indians known as Key Bankers, one of .boys and girls over a certali '
of Mtsfc. Minnie embraced within the boundary whom there1 is In each county of
|honor Margaret erty who reside'In the Evergladesrqucnod ; period of time. The groups ol
Augusta. Oaf and Miss Louise of bonded special tax school district Tampa today with reports thn state, and organization of the association finance the first

tr iire of Lawreueevllle, Ga.. house Number Eighteen( lying and that the Indians' lett their homesIn cdftnty bankers associations, where- ;years of the winner's: college :work
A L + Sects of Miss Ell: BO Jonea. being In Bradford county, Flor- the .wheu the winds and by agriculture Is given consideration -
The hostess Jerved In a novely ida, as described on page 92, book flee Fort Myersfor by all the banks, are responsible The. president of a national bankIn
rain came, to to.
for this Interest. The following BOOT SHOP
each guest:Deceiving a dainty No.7. minutes of county commis safety Fayettevllle\ Arkansas, hat
: '1i 'its box tied 'with;. green crepe sioners. table shows the activities for been credited with doing more for (

per. Itenolved that tho tax .assessor the year: the farmers ot his section than any 121 W. UNIVERSITY AVE.
q 'r r ({Dancing was enjoyed on the cool In and for the county of Bradford Thieves"Enter '. Number of other on; man. His work; has con Gainesville, Fla.)

L; r1 e-auda throughout the evening and state of Florida be and he is Project Counties slated of introducing pure bred I
s 1 about twenty members of the hereby directed to levy and assess Sent young/ farmers to state in I.s..in cattle fntn hl, county lromOr..

nger set who were invited to the foregoing taxes as fixed by this Filling Station college for special course. 5 helping employ a county agent, donating Drilling of an experiment oil Lake Jem-Ocklawaha
Encouraged farm shows.. 16
Yl | with these popular visitors. board upon the property as levied, prizes to boys and girl In! well at Klssengeu Springs:: began lee Nurser
._ constructing
1 Held agricultural tours .. 6 new
h -. --- and that he extend the taxes on the Sponsored various club activities club work, and distributing better a year ago by Heckscher, New house here.IIEGISTRATION. nursery packing -
JUT JJlUDO..J: CLUII valuation of such property accord- seed.
... York capitalist and Irwin A. Yar-
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Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Brown, Were
ing to said mlllage do fixed and determined Gave illustrated nell, developer of Highland Park,
( ((Zinnias of brilliant hues were : by this board on all the the guests of Mr. D, W. Moore and poultry, cow testing lectures\, and on Here are some of the things aocompllshed near Lake Wales, has been abandoned NOTICE

'i jij flowers used when Mr. and property subject to taxation In the family last Monday Improved farm methods.. 1 in Randolph County it is announced by Claude
t Sps. 3. C. Robinson entertained said county of Bradford, um to all Rev N. T. King of Trenton Is Distributed purebred livestock Ark., with the help of bankers lasl ..'. Palmer; geologist aid manager Is hereby given that the

+ d' : ; .4 |sIr bridge club Friday evening taxes levied and intended to be en- the guest ot his son, I E.: J. King. chicks, and disease- I year: forty-three purebred gilts registration books of Bradford
j A l / Then scores were totaled Mrs. A.IjAdkins tered on the assessment roll under this week. were bought at a reasonable price 1HDSAHTtU3> county will be open at the owe
t + free potatoes.. .... .. ,.... 13 I of the
k +' was found to hold high the head of county taxes and upon Rev. Dickson, ot Jacksonville, and placed with boys and girls on of registration
ladles and received a linen all the property lying and being In will preach at the Christian church "There Is probably no class of notes; three thousand eggs from Rids will be received at the: corner Call and Thompson streets''

,g, Mr. C. A, Knight held high districts named within the county next Sunday morning and evening. business men that has a greater high producing hens were distributed meeting ot the county commissioners Starke on Mondays, Fridays and

It k'' men and waft given a cigarette 'of Bradford as of the first day of Herbert Durden was transacting opportunity for helpfulness ."than with the Idea of developing Monday, September:: 3rd Saturdays, between the hours of
.dtainer. Mrs. C. A. Knight, holdfOf January, A. D. 1928. business in Starke this week. tire bankers in this movement declares flocks of at least one hundred henson tor: 9a.in.and12pm.and2p.m9 .

!b2' t|+ low for laities was presented Resolved further, that tho clerkof Mr. C. Hayes of Starke, was a substantial! Mr. McKay. "It builds upa every farm; four purebred Jer 10 cords 20 inch wood, green 6 p. m., from the first Monday
JJth a jar ot bath salts, while an the circuit court and the. clerkof business here this week. community which sey bulls whose dams had a record I pine and lightwood. In August,1928, until the second
visitor ,
\ makes for better
ri tray went to Mr. U. M. Johns this board bo and he is hereby Elsie who l has banking Institutions ot over 700 pounds butterfat, have 2 cords 15& inch wood green Saturday In October 1928, for registration -
Mrs /jdparkman.: .. ; It adds to the material
$ directed to furluah N. D. Wainwright prosperity been purchased by the banks and of electors.
i ; flow for men., Mrs pine and light wood.
been the guest of her staler, of our state, but above all, will ba
jMUfreshing fruit punch was serv- tax assessor of Bradford paid for out of service Wood HAROLD
I Kate Sparkman for several days It Is the expression of a. service fees. to ue delivered and lucked C. WALL
f 1r / ] throughout tine evening and an county, .Florida a full and com has returned to her homo. -' In the courtyard. Supervisor of Registration
course at the end ot the pro plete copy of the foregoing minutes W. J. Epperson for Bradford County, Florida
Mrs. M. Andreu and daughters -
' t Lt y fusions. in so far as it relates to the INDUSTRY HELPS AGRICUlTUREBUILD 81731. blierlff. 7-27-31-8-10
Misses Gladys and Edna of
Orhose playing were: Mr. and subject of levying taxes, etc. .
,iI 'r is. E. M. Johns, Judge and Mrs.Z. Resolved further, That the clerk .eesburg, are the guests of Mrs. <.> el
} Adklns, Mr. and Mrs C. 'A.ght. and auditor of the county be notl- Anderu's parents, Mr and Mrs. .T. UP THE SMALL TOWN Wm. J. ILIFFE
M. "
;, Mr. and Mrs O. M. Inman, fled of the amounts to be approp- *
+' .o A,'iftd Mr. and Mrs. N. BternbergIISl riated to the different accounts out A thirsty burglar visited the Church Services *
of the total taxes levied for all filling 'station on Main street op- r *

I' Lm 4 "WHAT la TO COME" purposes. rated by L. O. Johns last Sunday Decentralization of Manufacturing Brings Markets .. .. . . .
There being no further business, light, prized open the lock on the

bat la to come we know not. the board adjourned until the next box that held the bottle drinks and for Products Closer to the Farm-Gives Employ lUI'TIST Jeweler
It served themselves to four bottlesof I Expert
But we know regular meeting which will be
I"" ment and Better Standards of Living We have
+ ?at what has been was good- held on first Monday in September Coca Cola and very thoughtfully given our pastor a va- I
I utlon and there will be no services
to show, 1928. left the empty bottles to Rural Communities.
II 41 w was ,. tor the next two weeks. Sabbath ,
i fitter to hide, and beat ot all to -_. S showed that they were kind as wellas T ::
thoughtful school each Sunday: as usual We
a} t bear. Many Persons By T. R. PRESTON invite our members to attend the Watchmaker'Engraver
V'' |> are the masters of the days W. J. Epperson, Bradford coun-- President, American Bankers Association services of the other churches into

'''t3 that were; Are MaroonedIn y'a efficient sheriff was attendingto class of people has been more diligent in trying to W n.
oRlclal business here this week.
a have lived, we have loved, we NO .
have suffered Mr. Claud Brown of Sampson understand the agricultural problem than, the bankers -MKTIIOIIIST

ji t fen"so. Everglades City, was attending to business bt"this country. ,The agricultural problem is a real prob- -
here last Saturday 'u lem and demands the best thought ofeveone.
+ _, _... .. __.. ___ Sunday school Sunday morning
... .L.u
', sill we not take the ebb who Oko %cliobee City Htoitn Damage Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Blown : This country; cannot con- at 10ou: o'clock.WOl'shlp .

'! had the flow Estimated at !Many Thousands and children, Miss Kathryn: and tinue along happy lines with only sec- Sunday:: at 11:00: a. m.,.
r e was our friend Now, !It it beworet of Dollars Gorden Weest, accompanied by tions of the country prosperous. Pros- and S-00 if. m. "

I1!' our foethough- I 1- Misses Hilda and Thelma Sullivan perity must be passed around if any- Senior:: ti>worth League Sunday

ar. it spoil and break usa Miami Aug. 10.A vast sheetof were visitors to St. Auguntlue .last body is long to enjoy it. This question evening at '{:16 o'clock In Now Locution-Next Door to
i ( --need we care flood waters 25 miles wide in Sunday. cannot be solved by the farmers alone, You are tat la to come? C, A. ,flirt and the
and of undertermlned family were all of our services.
places but the majority opinion 4s that. thereis Steam Pressing Co.
guests of Mrs.'Blrt's father W. P. ... .
length, lay tonight in the Eve? for : i ,
L rE t the great winds their glades lowland west of Ft. Pierce DIrt of Alachua county last Sun- no legislative remedy agriculture PRESIfYTERIAtiSunday : : : !

1' 'y and wildest blow, and around Mnntorn unit northern day. _.0<:!._ It is an economic question puro and
+ ,t the gold weather round us shores of Lake---i'n Okeechobee as a Air. and Mrs. O. Hayn 4G d as simple and must be worked out accord school at 10 a. m., ._._.__-3..

mellow slow; result of torrential rains accom their guests last Sunday their ingly.) We expect every member of the

S a have fulfilled ourselves, and panying the West Indian hurri- daughter, Mrs P. J, Pierce and A few years ago it was contended congregation at 11 o'clock and 8 it with Flower
'< rye can dare, children that agriculture did not have sufficient p. in. services. Announcements Say

,k id we can conquer, though we cane.Within the expanse were many Rev. Lewis 01 Waldo filled his credit facilities. That proposition was of interest to you. Supply pastor Flowers For All

may not share marooned families thousands of regular appointment at the First often made a political quejtion. I do Rev H. '}'. Watson, Is nearing the

;$ the rich quiet of the afterglow acres of fertll tilled lands citrus Baptist church 'of Hampton last not; presume there are many who will end of his' ,engagement Sermon Occasion

groves and settlements definite Sunday morning and evening. question the fact that agriculture now topic, "Transformation of human
bat Is to come. news from many communities I Mrs. I. J, Priest: who has been credit facilities. Lite."
William E. Henley. (1849-1903)) awaited the recession of waters the guest of her eons Emery and has ample ...__ Endeavor!: Society is ou the up- Gertrude Godbey
s which set In rapidly today Highways Herbert, Priest of Oreen,, Cove I Mixing ranns and actorre. grade. See:: what the new president -
BIRTHS It is a fact that no community and Christy has to 7 16. The Anderson
for the most part still were Springs, for several weeks have returned say. :
k blocked by washouts or overflowand to her home. I no state has ever become great purely from agriculture. eveaugellstic note will be soundedat -

, !' ,lr. and Mire Pate Oaaaet, Starke the few caravans which have Cleveland 'Sullivan and family It is not to the interests of New York and other great cen- 8 o'clock service. Welcome to Phone It Waldo, fla.

i1 : g. 9th girl. emerged or entered have done so of Theressa, attended church: here I ters to see the small!l communities and the agricultural all of these services.
,It L : r. and Mrs. J. C. Moody, Pen- .
i, under extreme difficulties. Many last Sunday sections losing their wealth ana im B. T. Watson

t Farms, Au,..,. 15th, girl. rescue parties tolled Into the Mrs. David Jones spent the weekend portance. In the end it will react striking examples from .my owl ----- .

S -MAYOIVH! COt'KT stricken district. with her daughter. Mrs. Sulll- upon them to their disadvantage. tate to prove this proposition, and "''iii ii liifMIIIIIM'HMUIMIIIIIW'IH11II11IIMI'"I"IIII11I11Ii11MIIIM III ''; MIIMIIIIIIIMHlIllOOMMIHIlIIIIIIIIHHIIII! i A1II1M1"IIIIIIMIIIMII1IMlllllllrlllIHllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII/, IIMI'RIM'
-.-;...- Okeechobee City, with about I,- van of Thereasa. I There seems to me a real remedyfor I mention these because I am more

q be Alexander//'reckless driving. 200 population was the largest affected I' Mrs. J. L. Cooko'of Brunswick, these small communities and familiar with conditions there than! HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE ,j
town. Surrounded by wateron (In. who has been several also for agriculture. This remedy,
sa I bond forfeited. spending elsewhere. .. ..: .........
4 lt. oe Willis. disorderly. conduct the west and south and with ''weeks with her mother, 1IrlL.'. O. which Is the mixing of ,Industry :Twelve ;yean ago Ktngsport( ...........it. I
bond forfeited' both highways to the east blocked, Johns, returned to her home.( with agriculture Is now being
uy McKlnney, disorderly con- hotels and restaurants did land Miss Geraldine Johns has been applied in many localities with. satisfactory I Tennessee had; a population ol
office business as straggling motor spending few with friends results. about one thousand. Great Indus
it, fined $5 and costs a days 8TARKK, FLORIDA
;I elvin McKinney, disorderly ists managed<< to pull through the and relatives here. Industry and agriculture bet tries like a large camera company

5, S duct, fined (12.50 and costs. floods Into the town. Storm damage Rev F. M Taylor accf\nipanled\ ter balanced In ,Ohio, North Caro a,big cement plant and a. number Represent the B...*t Leading Insurance CompaniesFIRE

a. W Daniels, violating traf- to the city was estimated at by Rev. N. T King! of South Flor line and Pennsylvania than In any of other Industries were located ACCIDE lT, LIFE AUTOMOBILE BOND. LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
a, rules $Ii bond forfeited. many thousands of dollars. Ida filled his regular appointment other states of the Union, and In
there partly the influence
I 'I l d Wiggins volatlug traffic Rainfall lit: to 18 Inches at Inland Grove last Sunday morn- these states there la no'serious through MADE PROMPTLY

es, fined $1 and costs. Estimates of the rainfall within ing and evening. agricultural problem and we hear of an outstanding New York bust! ipiiai tiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHii __IItII1I1IIII'III"IIIII1II..lftlll' .. ""' _' ''a'aaaiumipflssiaasBfla _
< I the area vary from 13 to 18 Inches. Emery Priest of Green J Cove little complaint from the farmers. ness man. In a little more thai .- -- \
II. L. Huff of Starke was trading Taylor creek draining the coun- Springs was the guest of friends
St, 1'1, the city today.-Gainesville ty to the north and east of Okee and relatives here last Saturday. xrJ

enlng News Aug, 8. chobee became a mighty river ov !Miss Gladys and Gertrude All-
a t ernight. Inhabitants of the town good of Starke were visiting here HEART TO HEART
''I 'Ir. Levy Canova of Jackson- today caught many fiijli from the last Sunday.

e e, Isvlsitlng his mother, Mrs. water In the streets. Rev. Clarke, of Waldo, was
';i6 g, nice Canova here this week. )Efforts to reach Indlantown. making pastorlal visits!\, here last
where two men were reported Friday TALK

F 1 it peaking of slogans for Penua- killed were unavailing as the Mr. W/ L. Bugg and family haveas

a a past and present,the Pensaco- highway to that place 20 miles their guest; Mr. Bugg's brother .
Journal ,aye that one r\t_. the southeast of Okeechobee was Impassible C. H. BUKK.Mt. I "i. ?, and the railroad out of n ''...1'.
u slogan and cue that will proby I
| be adopted for Pensacola service. Water was said to be __ ON

U 1 be "The City of Industry" ad. four feet deep In the town. Dora) --Improvement on right #m ,.s
f iced by R. W. Williamson gen- State Engineer R. Casste. who of way of Atlantic Coast Line
1 manager of the Gulf Power reached Okeechobee today from through here nears completion
upany. Fort Pierce, said that approachesto

-. ') .,, half of the bridges were washedout Madison- -Remodeling bt- Madison -

OUNTY CqMMlSSlONEllS __ and much paving carried away, .Tobacco Warehouse completed Banking
J( (Continued from Page 2.) lie estimated the recession of"the '

5' 1t', rasnking water at one Inch an hour. .. '. ....." Mixing' Industry With orleulture'Maans! Prosperity for Rural Districts
to provide* ; fund for Lake Okeechobee Itself has risen :Orland -l-$8 11::50'contrat't& let a
r ultimate redemption of the two and on-half feet'and the drain for1 ttardsurfachig "8.=$ miles,Or.Ilnge'cbllnty' This mixing of Industry and agriculture twelve years these have brought
1H .ds In the 'bonded special:! tax age canals south of the. lake woe is called by ,some ,decentralization the population of that city up to
t' ,' ool dlstrlel'Number Six (Law. tilling rapidly. ""i ,. ., ... .highway.. of industry seventeen thousand. Just a few, When you deal with a reliable, good bank

). It Is determined* and hereby Fifty persons were marooned at Orla.ndo1I0me -will, be I'"would not suggest that manufacturing miles away, at Ellzabethton.'they which substantial and of
I a good reputation, '
i. clared that'tax rate of five Hulls Grove, five miles west 'of, Institutions move from a. ?
built for Fidelity Title & Loan Co., are building great rayon plant, half of
lie upon thli dollar for the Is- Jupiter. when the Lnxahatchee on, Court street > the cities to the' small villages, butI the first unit to cost 15,000,000. your business problems are .automatically -
and six mills U'polthe dollar river rose and swirled over the ,. do think it would be better for
-f-r + ...:.. The population ot that town Is now solved. The reputation of this bank is
second Issue of be
levied Industriesto
bonds\ country for miles. Red Cross\ units KeyWestNew' Rlhnorn this country for future .
1 assessed for the rear A, D., from West' Palm ''Beach reached and store b I.' placed in these small villages two thousand but It Is estimated beyond question. New commercial accountsare
f 28, on all theproperty embraced them today with succor. and Olivia on Duval rather than to be further congestedIn that.. this will be mulUpUed by five
bin the boundary of ,bonded Much I.ttn Hubnirrgwl streets opened the great centers. This wouldIn in less than two years It Is stated welcomed. We invite you to consult withus.

iclal tax school district ,Number Back of Hulls Grove it was believed Winter part also be a solution of our that the total Investment In manufacturing .
SStnS j lying and being id Bradford that no dry land exists for Growing Clearing lIaven--Jo'lorlda house Citrus' labor problem. The bringingof Industries industry In that community ____ .

intyi Florida, as described on many miles. Strange stories of organized here. association -. to small villages Increases within a period of five years
S 91, book No.7. minutes ofDty miraculous escape were brought In the market for agricultural products will probably reach $50,000,000. BRADFORD

_ ;! ( commissioner today by farmers who waded for Eau Oallle-Good gives employment to surplus The balancing of Industry and COUNTY BANK
$ 0 meet the. Interest payments miles through the flood to reach ing made on beach progress' be- labor, elevates the standards of agriculture will\ solve most ot) out
+ !) to provide a sinking the settlements. Many persons! dlalantlc to this road from In- living, Increases public revenue so-called agricultural problems and
1;E d for the ultimate redemptionhe had been without food for 38 place.Klsslmmee.Work reduces taxes and vastly Increases we will not need such political Bradford County's Financial Stronghold

I 1' he bonds Iir4h bonded special hours. educational facilities. measures as will in my opinion, di

t \ school district Number Eigh Few dwellings In the country [[grading Kissimmee road in, progress Two Striking! Examples harm If enacted to the very' class STARKE: .FLORIDA

-! 'believe:!. !. I can:, give you, two ,they. pretend.. to_ benefit.." .- .. .
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Waxing and team. Mrs Cbalker and 'I
I sons Bill ....
MID Polishing Machine from DoWI'i and John are visiting her
\ parents, ..
I C, Jones.Dr. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby until t". .
Bits ", \
of 1 they leave to Join Capt. Chalker ( :
Earl Roberts who has had In New York
on the 14tli of Sap :
IMMER charge of Dr. E. L. Bigg's prac- tember. from which point they will i: '
I tice for two week! returned Mon sail Immediately for the Panama OUR PROBLEMS ll' ::1 :
I LcicileConcerning day to St. Vincent's hospital in Canal; Capt Chalker la detailed

V Jacksonville.Mr. for duty at Ft Clayton for three '''' i '

earance Our People Business and Mrs A. N. Marcotte years. '
1 and have returned to their home In MAY BE 't" '
Progrmtt of the County and Town. West Palm Beach, after enjoying The following young people YOURS "j i \
i spent Saturday and Sunday at the
a several days visit here with Mr. .
SALE Cook place ? ,
on north shore of '
'nrzman lIInlllUl1lllJlll1l1l1t1111nlltllll'IIIIIIIII_ _._,.., ._ and Mrs. Oer A. Marcotte. Kingsley lake: Ellso!: Jones, Hazel ',1.'f'; ,I't" "'
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O. M. Inman was a business vis Miss Marie Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Halle will' Mitchell, Hazel /, '.
itor to Live Oak Monday. Stevens has as her Klckllter, Florence( Andrews IU- ,l'p ';;0
JVeekft guest for the week Miss Oene- have as week end guests Misses lei Mlddleton, Virginia Weeks Banking means more than taking safe ;I "

ucdAnother Mr. and Mrs. J. veive Ustes; of Jacksonville at her Jimmy and Ruby Davis of Brunswick Ruth fitArnherir. MArv, r..nnv.___ ._., n .._ __ _._.._ .. ,j l' 1" f u < ,
F. Colley left summer home on Lake Klnggley.Mrs. Ga.. and Mr. and Mrs R, L. Sam Sternberg-Jtmmy- -- 1)u c 01 your money, in our line of business it f1 i.
this week for Catawba, N. C., Dial of Miami. Browuloe. '
where they will spend a month. J. p. Charles Darby Hamilton and Car- we art) constantly called upon for financial '+ F 1 1
1 Tomllnson and son lyle Hitch. C It, Coulter S. Johnson .

f tes that/ cannot -E be Onion sets t t at Klekllter's.Mr. I Laurie, hero of Lake with Wales Col. and spent Mrs.Wednesday D. spending County this Agent week!' Illckenbaker In Gainesville Is, Ives, of Eugene Lake City Matthews and Bob, Norman Moore, ami business advice. We meet all ril
K. I Knight. taking In the farmers and fruit sorts of
rf3iderirrg, quality Bill Wall, and SI Young of Jack problems.! ; .
and Mrs. W.
f Q. Strlngfel- growers meetings at the Univer sonville. Mr
and Mrs.
fact that you are low of Palatka spent the week-end Mrs. p. M. sity. C. N. So, if have
e Barefoot and two Christie and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. you a problem along this line t' '
here with
rnerchanM friends and relatttes. daughters. Juanita and Sara, will Edwards: were
Ling old chaperones.
spend the week-end. In Sanderson Mrs G. H, Bennett and children it is very .possible that we know JUST a : ? ; ;
nice clean goods. Everett Crews of Maxvtllo) was with relatives. Miss\ Gussle Mae and Stanley, returned -- l
a visitor in Starke Tuesday after Tuesday from a three HOW It-U'H IN THK': IMIITY WHAT TO TKI.L; YOU. Our experiences ,1 '1
them over careful Mrs J. M. weeks visit with relatives In Ma. -
noon. Mitchell '
I daughter may dovetail. Ask i' !
Lucille, left Wednesday for con and Indian Springs, Oa. ( Printed by Request) us. ', ,

Mr. 11. H. Limbaugh of Lakeland several l weeks in the mountains at The AI) Smith democrats are distressed r. ,
was a visitor here last weekend Waynesville, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Johns and I about how the many of us f l
-_ daughter, Gloria left Wednesday who can not swallow the wet !
/ Sam Sternberg ames night for points of Interest' In Tammeny nominee are going/ to get We Invite Your Hanking Uusincsa.; t jII': ; gl3gtE3,

\ Dress Shirts in a The St. Mark's Episcopal church Brownlee, Charles Darby and Carlyle Cuba. They will return first of September back Into the party. Well we are 1 ,

will resume services on the 26tt Rltch spent Wednesday on the not giving that much thought. Our
\\wrtmcnt( of pat- of August. golf course at Keystone Heights. chief concern now Is to defeat that
Ilev. R, S. Carleton left Tuesday
I enemy of prohibition. There I Is.
easily worth a $1..50 Judge A. Z. Adklnti Tuesday A fresh shipment of all kinds of for a ten day's vacation at one thing sure and that Is, we
spent garden seed at Klckllter's. Saliida, N. C. While away he will shall not get back In by the way BANK OF STARKEA
'r 1.00 Gainesville.Mrs.morning. on business In be the guest of Rev. Wm. Stoney of "perJury" No, the class of folks

Mrs. Klonsle Penney and MI.. of Gainesville who stand that IItrOIll.[' tor nrnhlh..
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last. 'J.Thursday\V. Andrews from, a Jr.visit, returned with- friends Eva, Rlgdon In Keystone havenbeniliti Heights and : Mrs. McCormick and-son it. S. Itlon a He.will Neither not Ha, are much we lean going swearto to ROLL OF HONOR BANK 'J'',-f':':;' : t +ItI' It\'ti

Lake McCormick and Mr. and Mrs. I. I'm
friends DeLand. Geneva. serve 20 years In the peniten I;,
n Kckle of Jacksonville, were guests tiary" for what seems to them to E. S. Matthews ) I'
8''Dresses{ ; not the Col.) and Mrs D. K. Knight and of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch and be our waywardness. In fact we rcs. R. J. Davis, Cashier tl llii:

Mr. Carl Johns of Jacksonville son, Paul, left Thursday for MU Mr. and Mra. G. M. Sistrunk at the are not Just sure whether In the. 'if'I' .,
you can only wear spent the week-end with his par- ami where they will spend the lake Sunday next primary the Smith democratswill :, I

i the house but nicehto ents, Mr. and Mrs. .S. R. Johns. weekend.Mr. be in u position to read the /1'tlcal /: f, ,,

Mrs H. C. demon of Miami, democratic rules to us or we to' ;, .,. :'
Mr. E. M. Davis, John Powell and Mrs. Bruce Norman and la spending the week with her them. : !
: $1.00ear and Wesley Stearns( were In Jack- Mrs. A. M. Richard of Jacksonville brother, W. J. Johns. Before returning The first thing we should re- i"m; !,, ;,jj
and Mrs. K.: S. Matthews. also visit friends and relatives In upon the part of Southern demo- authorities who. declare seventeen itor here Ktihmluy. p'
and Mrs. H. C.' Richard the Brooker section. crats on one another even though different diseases are trails- Mr. J. J. t'loninns han' moved I

of Palatka were visiting: friends Congressman R. A. Green and we differ In our nnlnlnim.. -- .. Wo. -anti..-- milled by roaches. Roaches must from. hero to make lila future. home /
Pure Thread, here Wednesday. parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Bryan, : Smith democrats( of Southern democracy be killed. Spray FLY-TOX into In Wnuchuta.'und was moved by tt'''. p

Hose it i th the new Green were visitors to Tampa the Mrs. D. I). Oliver. Mrs. D. E. Turner vote for the avowed ene- cracks, crevices, around water Air I.. L. !Morgan. tt
; Col. D. K.: Knight was a professional first of the week. Misses Juanita and Minnie my of prohibition for which pipes faucets. and other pin nib- Mr. and Mrs. F. M.i Hazen were tt'V II rl
cd heels; they can't visitor to Jacksonville BenBont of Ft. Lauderdale have Southern: democracy: ha* heroically Ing. Simple Instructions on each visiting frlendg and relatives here 1/t
Wednesday. Mrs. D. C. Jones and Misses been the guests: of their parents I fought for this past 30 years are bottle ( blue label ) for killing Sn iid.y.
,oft but a Elise Jones Margaret Mlnnls, and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bessent, Sr. not even making a fight oa them. roaches and ALL household litBotls. Mr. and !Mrs. linrvey Warren
\''at for 1$1 1.00 Joseph Thomas left Monday afternoon Louise ,Ware spent Wednesday afternoon No, we love our Southern: broth- INSIST on FLY-TOX. It lethe and children of Waldo, were vis
to enter the School of at Sliver Springs.Mrs. Messrs. 10'. A. Bryan and D. D. era too mush fur that and besides, scientific Insecticide developed iting friends and relatives hem jb
Pharmacy at Macon Ga. Oliver of }<'t. Lauderdale spent the we want to save our strength and at Mellon) Institute of Industrial last wnok.

; T. A, Steele and four children week-end In Starke with !Mr.\ and ammunition for the light against Research by Rex Fellowship. FLY- Mr. and Mrg. Curl Hough hue
Mrs J. L. Corbett who has been and her mother, Mrs. Moore, Mrs. W. A., Besent. They returned our common enemy. TUX Is gate stainless, fragrant, moved hum. In--. .mult.... I..*. thoi.,..-..* *....,.-.'."_
a Patient Leather ,.with Mrs. Penney for three months all of Gainesville, are spending Tuesday accompanied by Miss The next thing/ to consider Is sure. Easy to use.-Adv. home. Mr. Hough has gone lulu
i has returned to Plant City. several I days here with relatives.Mrs. Minnie Bessent. that we are not "bolting tho tho guiuge biiHlnesH here ; a
r8 with low heel or Southern democratic party." We Brooker School .

Mr and Mrs. O. L. Beasley have C. II. Marks Mrs., Dale Powell Carpenter returned urn all going to vote for every lmUH: K.I'K.HIKMitchell :: ( '; ; UCJUHt i, }

m heel, $2.95Gingham .lit guests this week Mr. and Mrs. Vansickel and Miss Lolselle Turner Tuesday from his vacation spent democratic nominee on tile ticket Opened Monday '' Hill, colored was arrested -
Clarence Hoppe of Tampa. were visitors to Gainesville In North Carolina. During his except that one placed there by Wednesday'! noon by Sheriff (' #
Tuesday. return journey through South the powerful whiskey ring of thin Kpliurson: and, placed In the county ib
'- ,, 'Mrs. W. P. Randall arrived Georgia he encountered the rain I country.and backed by a certain: Brooker, Aug. 17Mr. f1. II. Jail on u. charge of having liitoil-" !i
Tuesday afternoon for a visit with Mrs. W. H.: Blakely of Waldo and wind storm of Tuesday,,,reji- great ofKaulzutlou with Its head litRome.'Jlaly ColHon of here, was a buxlness rating liquor In hili potmesa.' This '
her, parents at Magnolia Lodge. spent the ilrst of ,the'week In clerinfc the roads Iml'811l1abls" and another New visitor! Sfarke last Wednesday.. Hherlft's BiidjilHoim. were aroused I, qt' '
32 inches Starke with her parents, Mr. and places. York City. It is just thin fellow Mr It, II. Greene Mr. Allen when 11111 wan "taken for a ride" i. ',

and Percale a yard Chufa seed at Klckliter's.Mr. Mrs. W. W. Balsden. that we are "bolting" and him Greene and son. Hoy, were visitorsto by u young man about town, head
I i Her.' n, S. Carleton attended the only.Now Starke last Monday, lug in the general direction of aluputtiduly '
\Special and Mrs. H. C. Hitch are vls- Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. Halle have ,. Farmers' and Fruit Growers' program then when the next Southern Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adklns and > uotoiloiiH bootlegger' In g' tpi'' t
!; ISc ''tlng friends and relatives In Lex- returned to their home here after In Gainesville Tuesday wherehe democratic: primary la held If baby, of Hampton, have moved! In the western edge of (own, ami, wi ', "'
ington and, Winchester Kentucky.Mr. a three week's stay In Atlanta, was a speaker at a round table our AI Smith democrats are holding our (:community to make their future waiting for I ho pair on their roInrn. '' a
Oa., and Chattanooga Term. discussion on clerical I work in our the reins, we are going to walk home, as Mr. Adklim IK the As Hill alighted 'and dill'1101I'd '
"I I' and Iwrs. W. E. Butler and rural districts. right 11(11,10( them and say "Well, school bus driver for'the old Brad of his pint ender the cushion 1 I i ,
I ion Billy are spending their va- Mrs. J. S. Kimball and mother. ('vdacongeto vote." If they should ford section of fix truck he was nabbed by the '

'"II allan/ Shirts in a va- :anon with relatives in Savannah. Mrs. Barbara Moore, Mrs. W. J. Mrs. Lee Whippy and children, quentloir us about how we votedIn Mr. and Mrs. Cjulgley of Htarke:: sheriff and Ills pint taken fur evldi'iuo. bi
Oa. Epperson and Marguerite Prevail Leroy Evelyn and Betty of Al the general election In November attended our 11. Y. I'. O. last Sun Ha made, bond later In the
of pattern, the reg- spent Saturday at Antioch attend- bany. Ga., were guests of Mr and 11138!> whUh I do not think day night. afternoon. unit was released. '

Mrs. 0, J. ,Griffin and daughter. ing a missionary, meeting.Mr. Mra. O. It. Beasley Sunday They they will we are going to tell them The Brooker baseball, tenet did vr
J..50 Quality, a, few Ethel, spent the week-end In Jacksonville left Monday morning for Jacksonville : that we voted the democratic tick not, play any ball guinea last week, Hull New school building barIng lNrsll
with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. !\ and Mrs. K. A. Scott had as et right through (rpm end to end 'unHtrllt'l..d l tu this place. ;Eta1
as they to last Thursday
longer were play
i Grlflln. I guests over the week-end ,Mrs. C. as far as It went but bolted AI Marlannu New owners remodeling ; 1 Q
$1.85M but the weather was so ha.l.until '
__ L. Morrow and daughter Mabel Mr. and Mrs. W. Laurie Edwards and gave It to Herbert Hoover they couldn't. (Last Saturday building on Lafayette
Miss Margaret Williams I has returned who have been visiting In Newark at Jacksonville. Mr and where It would count( for the most Waldo
was supposed to come
from Jacksonville where N. J, Mrs. T. M. DeShM of Miami. Miss against our "cock-tall enemy."
over but dln't show up and we do
ahe has been visiting Miss Lorraine Jessie Mae Hall of Tampa, and Now that will not( give ua a "ticketto not know the cause, lINT Annua. I

M._ Barbour.Mr Misses: Annie Mae Pearce and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Struth and family Ralford." will ItT Well suppose n..,. _...__. ..__...... ,_'" ......_._L.. I : .
II1ue f :Suits inff Margaret Adklns were guests dur- are enjoying a two week's now, that our AI Smith democrats YOU utmii-M 1'iitjiittii IUHC mAug. "" .1117. > I
fl' I T. N. Llmbiiugh, Jr., prin- I ing the past week at tbe home of house-party In the Rawson Davis say 60,01)0) of them, who 6 with the beginning of anew COLUMNBBHIJ ml
Nurolext and cipal of the Lawtey school was a Judge" and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns at cottage at Kingsley lake. felt that for political advantagesthey and successful I term of school. j

l wl Worsteds. visitor to the Telegraph: office the lake had to vote for Al, should not The teachers are the following, ; FOR RENTFurnlBhed
Mr. J. apartment
Tuesday. Mum Mona Alderman, who Is let' tho 200,000 or more antl-Al II. Mamliburn ninth f !
III town( J, F, lckJlter. '
'vy (}ou to buy Mrs. W. K. Mldleton and Misses. attending the Cincinnati Conserv- democrats vote In the primary and grade; Miss Louise Caraway, seventh I !! t
I one 'Itlr. Charles Darby of Plant Madge and Hazel Middleton left : atory of Music was heard Monday keep us out In the cold. and eighth grades: Mrs. A. _83tf. '
( ((10111g7011 City, has been,a guest of relativesIn Tuesday morning for Stuart night over the radio. Miss Aldermen Then the republicans In. Florida J. Wasdln sixth grade; Miss Mry. FOR HAI.K--Kloweri of any kind I AY Inv U ; .
; i eel B"'I'.l- Price Starke and at Lake Klngsley where they will spend a week with played two pIano solos on look around and they say "Well.20IJIJO'J tie Wood, fourth and fifth grade; ::1 for any occasion, also baskets 1 {le r(I D r
Miss Laura Newell h'Vl .
,.rSociety for'several days. relatives.Mrs. the conservatory program and also homeless, voters look I third and and tulle for funerals. Prices h }' creasonable.
two numbers In a trio composed of mighty tempting"" and they put fourth grades; Minn Htellumae Mrs N. O. Wala- '; '
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Ward second
-- '''Mr. and Mr. W. A. Scott who Eunice Canova. Mills Mary violin voice and piano. out a ticket With a republican and first grades; wright. 8-17-Zt.:
were guests last week of Mr. and and Messrs. Levy Allan and JulIan I ticket In the field and so many Miss Leola Fogg, primary : .v .1. fit.

Packages Mrs. }<'. A. Scott have returned to Canova are enjovlne a vacation -Mm.._ -. -Flnflnla.- .- Penney.- -- -. who has n.mn tirtmolpHii' __ ffanmprn___._.,.__ ___ nut_ __ _In,_ the_.,_ Mr. and Mrs J. J, Morgan and FOR MAL. _.'IIA..r.! farm half .
; their home In DeLand. at their sumn erhome on been seriously HI for the last seven cold don't you know our good son Clarence Mr L. R, Galnoy, mile rr---I; ;; Brooker postolllce.; i -3"t I '; -+ '
I 'nual( selection! ; 'fine'kino Kingsley lake. weeks at the home of her parents brother democrats--Al Smith voters and Mr. L L. Morgan were all aura In cultivation, or would ,' ,
vlsllors to Valdosta Ga.
Major J. L. Peek of Starke. wasa Mr. and Mra. J, J. Rlgdon. -for whom we have many last trade for'good home In Blur kit. 'I I '
visitor In Lake Butler on business Dr. H. A. Tucker spent last returned to her home In Jacksonville times voted and with whom we Monday. Write Mrs. J, H. Shaw Dun- f l t( \
8 matters Tuesday. Union Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Sunday. She was accompanied have always harmoniously stood Mr and Mrs. Mill of Jacksonville edln. Fla. it* t, I ';

1-3 off County 'Times, Aug. 10.( Hull, leaving Friday for Lakeland by her mother and her sister, will feel mighty uncomfortable were visiting friends and ----__. I
yenIW.''Is i __ where he and Mrs. Tucker will Eva. further information Is needed, relatives here last week. FOR SALE Missionary strawberry

.. Mr. II. J. Malsberger, who has make their h6me. please call on me.-. noch Marvin Ming Myrtle Wood was vUltlnitrclatlvea plant, ; brood sows with pigs; : ;,
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. Wy- Dr. J. M. Copporwalth of Vir- Rooks, lu "The Starke Methodist." in Alachua this week- Red Duroc and Poland China. b ,
men at Kingsley lake left Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Green. ginia Is with Mitchell's Drug Store C--- end.Mr. Wanted experienced strawber t1
for his home In Sherman. Congressman K. A.' Green of during the vacation season. Dr. Roaches live In colonies. It you Albert Surrency and son. ry grower while or colored with t 1''
r8n sil Jlnyollloorn- Starke were guests ,of Mr' and Copperwalth Is well known here see one you know there are many. Gene, were visitors. to Starke Tues family large enough to handle ; 1 C
t, I have added a Hoffman Steam Mrs. Tit S. Johns here Sunday.. having spent a few weeks with I Roaches are loathsome vermin. day. 4 or I 6>> acres. on shares. C. Letscb: a '
lIij usual cheap Press to my tailoring equipment !! Union County Times. thla drug store for several sum :.Prolific breeders. There are med II Air. Elmer Strickland was a vis Starke. 8-17-21 dI1

.1/otCbuy for a,dot- In order to give my customers the mers. .
best of service. 111'. Leviton. tf. Mice Elise Jones has a* her ; Ei''
bit t' a Teat: nice' qual- guests for the' week two of her Dr. and Mrs. R, B. Callahan S'i Ill FOLKS My J.ti. Corpen nil tl, _
Mr and Mrs. David Monteith college friends, Misses' Margaret and sons, W B., Harold and Sydney -
loft Tuesday morning for a few Mlnnls of Augusta. Ga.. and Lou of Atlanta{ Ga.. are guests of 1EN t CROW ybdLb ee ORAVr, LBT5 GO Weft T& TUB I WOf'4QEQ IF '1kERe.'1 I
: si.oobuy4tr day's stay -Georgia where Mr. ise Ware of Lawrenceville, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alrarei at Magnolia op I'M ooirV Toy >t>o'oBE ATSTROMO UkcDOOC Op'Faue4TAiN AT A. (7t Itt 'THe' '" i'6
Monteith was called on business. Lodge. Dr Callahan a A. MOVIC 11Awe FAIR .wKs.1
B. .'. Hall. John Hall and Ben cousin of Mra. Alvarez and his AGTOri- "ASwCU.ACTOR.CD. Art' ALL TI L6 WRI.S, HULA. WORLD THAT
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'Mr. and, Mrs. J. C. Derby, Miss Holtzendorf. all of Starke.. were family are touring the state and wlt.L 6G cR.xY AIN'T A
r Claire Murphy'and Mr.. Hamilton caller at the home of Wm. Ben will,go from Starke to St. Petersburg n VOUA'9Gpm DlWO c ln ulc c eat]
at this ;
store Darby were guests at the Darby der and family at Earlton Thurs- *

f\Mpariria\ aualitu 'cottage on Saturday afternoon.Mrs. day. Gainesville News. Aug. 10. AH YOU tJV/LL > .T
M...... .n.L... Ahlnft.n hA. ..___ .1 lr
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agreeBUY R. O. Daniel has returnedto G. W. Alderman clerk of court' turned to her home at Stark, following -
her home In Plant' City after of Bradford county and Mr. and a successful operation at '

I'M'er, 3'I spending a week with her mother., Mrs. Geo. C. White of Starke. visited the Alachua county hlapltal. Her !
i .. TO AT"nberg's Mrs. Josephine Edwards. the home of H. O. Brown husband Is a former resident of
! Monday.-Punta Oorda Herald. Gainesville and Is a graduate' of
1- Dr. and Mr. Jack Norwood and the EaJlt Florida seminary The
Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong of Joe Mary and Louise Brown many friends of Mrs. Shipman will
Jacksonville were week end guests accompanied by their mother Mrs. be pleased to learn that she Is The healing place for physical bruises Is right here Corpcning's Drug Store ;
and Mrs. F.. M. John H. O. Brown, left Wednesday fora doing nicely since her return t
of I where drugs sold. Social too
(fen day visit with their grand home.- Gainesville ,Sun Aug. 1%. I pure are sprains, can r
The Service Store"Starke
'! Dr. and Mr. E. L. Biggs and father. M. L. Hale of Lake But- be remedied with a gift from our selective asaort- t
children Leslie and Bobblle ro- ler.-Punta Gorda Herald. Capt. C. W. Chalker left Sunday '
ST HIKE i FLA 1 turned Monday from a two week's tor Camp Perry Ohio where he I ment.'t Fla. .
N. C. You now boy or rent a wilt ihoot with the Infantry rifle -
can '
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6 -- :" Where are the bakers, tbel e-weat. I Io, the Poor Indian, Has His Three Big Days at :lrtiC3

l,ig throng.

Farmers & Farming Any fr.ult juice is best ,when It That ence by the ovens stood, '"'

i Is first pressod from. tbe tit b In snow-whlte- caps and aprons

fruit. Treatment that nay be &1veD long- Ne'a.

(toy Agricultural Editor) I It there after usually! Injuries Itll A Gou<
-. delicate flavor and aroma, and t Alas, they are all g. -oe--aw i
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most important problem
Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles aratlo-n Is that of retaining In lbe Hick bakers <-nn't hold out

of Farm Experiences and Methods Found finished product as much as pisibJe AftlHdt, the mighty! city trucks,
of the pleasl&fiqualities. Qf Bui turn right face about.
To lie nest Suited to Our Country I 4 be Xr-etOi juice. It !18''possible ,to

Improve Us apttecranoa by maklllR Where are tile fragrant loaves we
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-- It clearer but not to improve. uptbe smettfWesh
I natural flawo-r. from the oven hot,

FARMERS' WEEK IS Fresh fruJt JuUies BOOJI PcoiDipletely Wfalrh made us U>o en up the belt,

I' I through fermlntaU. They are all gone to pot.

or molding, 'if nothing is done .9 Cinnamon buna andcoffee cakeePretzfels. .

NOW IN SESSION AT : destroy ,or prevent the growth; l delicious plea!

yoiuits' and molds, These lU'e Just thinking of them still It.

I easily killed by, temjiwat-uj-es, b9- malt-en
STATE UNIVERSITY tween 1.60 and 175 .degrees FahrenheIt Me sigh good many sighs, li
... ftorfi.tsST,* ? a hmclUially .
th is
I and 1 If. Juke
: \ pealed!\ before so 10ilC All these are raeiu'rles now. My

Gainesville, Flu.-Tba seventh) Catterpillars Are as the contaUier remains seal ed eye!

annual Farmers'' and Fruit Grow against the .entrance ot living yeut The doughnut'; once fresh and mellow -

ers' Week got under way at the Numerous; Control or molds. ;
College of Agriculture/ Monday Sterilizing fruit juices at teiperatures m. Is rank from age; the toothsome

morning and will continue thru below 212 degrees F. I. pie

but the week, closing on Saturday, Gainesville Fla. Seml-trep commonly termed pasteurtzatli ,la hoary, pasty, yellow;

August 18. College autliorltle iral army wornm are becoming/ and Is the most generally used prof Buus, rusjc and poundcakes make ,

expert 2,000 farmer a and farm trcmely aboundant over peninsula! ('eflO ofF B rvat Ion.. Investlg roe mad

women from all sections of Florida Florida, from Gainesville south, tlons have shown that oommoo Biscuits are hard as skids

to register before the week Is over according; to reports reaching J, R pasteurizing!; temperatures do DA' And the jelly rolls are just as" biAs

More than 1,50 men ami women Watson, entomolglHt of the Florida destroy all mlcoorKanlsms, preMnt the "Kattenjammer kids.

are taking part in the program!a I Experiment Station. He believe! in fruit :Juices Spore bvarlng bae. ,

during the week. Among the most that the state is about to have t.lu terla often &urviv but are inca And then the loaves-they're out

prominent speakers are Dr. Jas, most enevere outbreak of tlietw! ible of /growing in the acid fruit ot sight!

M. Fair, acting president of the I pests 1 In 10 years. juice and hence do not cause spoil. Of this yon may be sure: -- aroand Banff adding ,a JSquaws and
Unlerslty of Florida, Hon. W. R, This insect attacks a variety ol Ing, Yeastfl', molds and vlnegi/: That they are neither soft nor for years put the Stoney Indians mountains feature of Indian reckless courage Indium bucUj\

Davis, Perry, a member of tin plants, Including'' many weeds meter la ore- destroyed by the paourUInz ... "light," of the Moreley Baierve. Alberta, buve moat plctureoque bucking bronco, and \!
Days. when
State Board of C>>lltrol. MJHR Fla 1iut Its ravages will be most noticeable temperatures recoi Hut perfectly mature; bad their two Xndum' Days will annually bave During them three days tbe stone parades she Is painted like] .'

via Oleanon, Htate home demon on grasRes and cowpeas.. mended, and therefore juices i ao "Seasoned" fli-nt by the bakers, a' Banff. three.This, year during they which they Indiana-will parade each morning In, and her horse Is well dwon

titration OKent, Dr. W. H. MI1U oClemRon Farmers who have fields of crab treated and subsequently protec Then "aged'In; the store- will achieved put on a spectacular Pow-Wow. all the aboriginal glory of eagle pigments from the fain ,.;1

College, C. C., Dr. 1<. M grass or other grasses that they id from ,reinfection do not apoll. 3aplesH -they are as Quakers singing their ceremonial songs and feathers, beaded buckeltlu aDd ermine Pots" of western Altwrta.

Drake, Daytona Reach, Dr. James Intend to cut for hay would do; Too high a temperature of paicurlzlng .. Round for the golden shore. dancing the ceremonial dances In tails, giving the Kanff Wl'IIIl.'wbereIndtal1l' visitor a view chiefs get prizes at the BuJ

Speed editor of Southern Agriculturlat. well to watch for these caterpillars or too long a period i 0' honor of the Great Spirit at Banff, of the Last Great rub elbows with globetrotters Hotel, for the beat cottido Sea'val'

Dr. W. J. SpUlman of the and cut the hay before they I'lieatlng injurkw. the frewh fruJt \ fresh arrival at the store capital of Bocky Mountains Park. and cowboys from ttoe OcUmts and Europe their- slaters their cot|

iinlted States Department of Agvlciillnre ;. strip the leaves. If the pesU flavor and -Imvarts! a .ooJed 4a tJUC Mong the ,vetorans Is hid- Canadian Bock"'.. July 33-3S.In These many and tbe Doited States; where the their aunts provided thi-j j ..nInt
and C. A. Cobb, edltoif i at. must not be sold before primitive Indians, untouched the bow sartorial excellence,
threaten severe damage to a H held Inookl storage Loaves civilization, are Redman shows hi* skill with proper 1
Southern Rurallst, ow or to fields of (' mewl-I I' aBa degrees; F. or abowe, -will I I.ime In They break the -teeth of a kid; natural respects actors by modern', and their ceremonial I and arrow and In horse races, as well the Indian la pawing, BUI. gin

Seven different sectional programs Watson recommends a poisoned (six momthfer- less) spot : for bread no *'ago limit" Is set- are sung with wonderful noripony. -' as In the Indian handicrafts, : and Days give the the traveler an oplof Jd II
songs uf
wonderful seeing Stoneys at
for men are being (rarrte 1 bran bait. I. but t It maintained In tbe frost. FIve, .six. days or more old- Ita one,' bearing these song* where the visitor the sees Indians the, the tepee They are mountain Indiana j jmuplc. YPC'nou
4IJI. at the same time. They are on To make this bait, mix together (ondltlon at teinpertaures below It must well "matured," you be, and witnessing the danoes In the ElkPaature tepees built contest by and other events dancing and handle

the following' headings: : FlUID thoroughly (v/hllo dry) 25 pounds 12 degrees/ F. will keep indeflitely. Before, it can be sold. at Banff, will ever forget show tbe U raising typical of the early days of Western are of outstanding meritCanada ,te'Pa'

crops 'and llv Htock; citrus and of bran and one pounds of parlc The flavor is only Blight!; spectacular event. The the night mile-high Canada. I )

aub-tropical fruits; truck crops;: green or calcium arsenate (not Impaired I by uch treatment, provided L'RII"'" particularly effective, ),

pecans, small fruits and ornajnen. lead arsenals). The moisten with the juloes are stored In sea live ns fresh loav s, O prince of A UAMItl.INU ENGLISH; t t he ml\saeato, gain a picturesque white walls and lurk "i" ur \

tala; beekeeping; agricultural e onomlrs water until the whole mass la ed cantalners to prevent volatilitttlon the truck! TYI'K HOl'KK: effect. A cellar extend!* mult rUIh

; and poultry A co ferenrof damp but not sloppy. H should be & ot aromatic principles and Jon't "age'- your bread, O groce contains three tire huuue (und! here la li ,
rural ministers ateured the of such consistency that it will fall to prevent the absorption of dJiigreeuble I dear! The second floor heating plant the iuunMuch. Ihat
Tuesday and Wednesday program In, flne flakes when sowed. Usually odors and flavors. Tbl8 Von't some good fellow run (Hy R. O. Hunter & Bro. Archta., bed rooms and .bath. A maid'sroom '

in the agricultural economics sec it will require about 2 1-2 gallons method -of preservation has bee amuck New York.) and bath are on the third This house nienxurci D id;

tion. ot water to moisten 26 pounds ested commercially and appeal And put a ftea in tbelr eAr? One desiring a home that will floor, inches Ilcroa" the front ai

The morning programs ot the of bran and the polsln. to have great possibilities -H. E. L. be distinctive among its neighbors The brick veneered over frame, haJre a lot with a (rontai 'Ja''

women wll be Joint sessions of all The bran should be sowed Chemical preservatives were atone would do well to give care and stucco over frame In gables, : less than 75 I) feet a'h.
while the afternoon pro- "IN TIIK I'APKH" ful study to the house shown here. 'brick uneil being red.
women, broadcast over the land, prefer time used freely to preserv etc. The Complete working pi "
grama of tbla group wll be divided ably In the evening or early morn- fruit Juices but ape now,less pojilar. There are several features embold- clinker. specifications ot thin liouh
.into sections on home Improve- Ing. If a heavy rain is Imminent, Sodium benzoate toUt* molt He put it In the paper when the ed In this plan which mean so Note the interesting entrance obtained for a nominal OnU1
'inent and home crafts; food nutrition little ones were born, much In our daily living, sucli as ,
sowing should be postponed, as the ommonly used of these preserveives porch, the casement windows and the building edltur. I Ihouse. eat
and health; gardening, and rain will wash the poison out of 'and Is alowed by law It declared He made a local of It when one< the large living room the convenient other details.The H-A-UC. 04r
... food conservation; clothing and conditions Sulfurous acid early autumn morn dining alcove (properly located .
Under the label. e.Flol'llla -
the bran. on and walls of the \living rooms IIrei
They started off to < ) the toilet room on the first
svwiug. the 25 pounds will be sufficient III used to preserve grape.'juice for Tbe trim produi-PH 85 prall
rough cast x
rounIe < are
holidays come
organizations of farmers when the attached garage, -etc.
Five tor five l1 rell. peciul purpon'es, where- Is. to be 'floor d .rk. The bed watermelon Beed sold 18,;
, end farm women are meeting at bad a little story, and when The rambling type of bouse allows t'I chestnut.stained'
The closely related sweet potato kept a short time, but notfor; pet al'e llnlabed with smooth men in America. alth
the College; during the week. The also is beginning to Joe and Alary were found an interesting treatment of rooms
\ preservation.If
caterpillar nanent
of tbe poultry section Includes ToO have led their classes there .1t
program make its appearance In sweet potato bottles and corks are sterllU In squib, ...... ... .
a short raid-summer meeting fields.\ Mr. Watson reoom- d and handled withow\.(!o) tamlJitlon -' was reported a .. 0"
of the Florida Branch American bat they were just "the brightes .6' "
mends the same bait for 1t. ,, and if the Julc ta. filtered
Tues were" the Ab
Poultry, Association 00 kids that ever
Is practkallreelng l,
The velvet bean caterpillar clear, thus
day and a session of the Florida severely ravaging\ the velvet bean perfectly It of molds and yeasts, I It: And when they went a vlsllln*'; .
Baby Chick Association on Friday, 1.n. right on the pers-nal page J ; .
southern peninsula juices
fields of the III possible to preserve ': :
The State Dairymen's Association In the of Was to., mention of It neat and nice, -
mil no doubt will appear oltlaa with heavy pressures
'Js putting; on a special dairy day northern part of the state soon. Its arbon dioxide without use of beat and till they grew to age. ,
Thursday, while the StateBeekeepers' The told their birthdays ant! usfpia
program in the Juice paper
attacking peaauts chemical preservattlves.
Association Is convening even or when Joe and Mary agreed
there are no superior In flavopaatuerlted .
Svergladeswhere are
the same day. The State so[ preserved To be married the announcement. > i'
elvet beans, but will hardly attack to juices, but I, .- -"
Council of Senior Home Demonstration It was printed with a mead derfu
peanuts where velvet beans areresent. lethod has not been eaUsfa.ctorytn ; :
Work la meeting on Wednesday take 'difficult Of the floes sort f compliment
> Thin pent' does not practice because' of the :
morning to receive reports Ihe poisoned bran bait very read In avoiding contamination of the And so year After year ,
councils. The In friendly way
from the county The paper spoke
Watson recommends and .. Spoilage -
Mr. molds yea"
and with
council Is an organization of women ily, juice would mention them .. ,
calcium ar- 8&ive.
lusting! with lead or losses are exc
work with home demonstration .
to three with ultra queer
with two or ot
mixed juices
lenate, Treatment
agents In the counties. Limes Its bulk of air-slaked or hyirated ollet light has not been very sue They never once have thought to.
While on the'' campus, many of call with word of commendation at/ who hove seen
I rooming and taking lime to keep from burning jssful as a means of sterlllaatloi .:.
the visitors are
have to sterlllciater. .sOIJ
the follaga. Some growers -although it la said
meals at tbe University of Found calcium: tluossillcate HUC- Recently leotrolysla oilcea In person give, the paperman theli!

Florida dormitories. cesstulln the control of this caterpillar has been advocated for sterzatlon real appreciation.D. .
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and lellll apt to burn the but this' has not proved '
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WIII "CAIUIV ON" --- lfjlTl"IW.\.NC'JoJ /
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"Carry on, carry on." That expresslon ( HANDLING TO ....

made famous by nritlsti AVOIU HTOIIAGK nOT Did It ever occur to you what ainportant Miami Fla. Aug. 13.-Tbe trop- '\ i

soldiers, dnrlng the World War, thing, the seemingly leal disturbance that loomed sud- >I"t -

might well apply to Florida farmers unImportant thing courtesy IsT 3Uly out of the Atlantic southtst -
!and fruit growers. Gainesville, Fla.-Careful hand A friends ot the writer recently! of Key West last night wasthis \

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will be handicaps most vital problems of the swee four days;:
been ami always stayed three' or co>, south of Fort Myers, after havJnc -
to contend with In the business olfarming. potato growers since from 20 to when he came back he was en crossed the Florida straits duroIng

OrcnHkmal winds and 40 percent of the potato, crop rots, luslastlc about the city. It was, the night, the Miami weather

floods are oni9 of them. Insects says Dr. G. F. Weber, AnHoclati he said, a great town. ireau said.
and diseases which our Plant Pathologist; at tbe Florida could hardly
ravage Questioned, he acIcount Fort Myers! reported this morng -
('rops'are others. However, Flor Experiment Station. for his feeling. Ha waan'i' only II miles of wind. Tampa

IdcC farmers are not alone In hav- Care must be taken In dlgglni greaUy Impresed by the toll build had but tour miles. Miami, still

log to contend with such hand 1- and handling sweet potatoes so as JaKs, tbe Industrial development, ellng the eJfectof tha storm thatissed

eaps--lbey are felt from time to to keep them free from, bruises, Ihe shipping. It was Just a feeling close to. the southward was

time ail over the country. blemishes and gldder cuts. Son he had curried away with him-aigue. being buffeted by moderate gale
But from time Immemorial the potatoes carefully before storIng for the city. baro-
liking wnd. tills tuornlug, with li, J ..
them, throwing out all thai .
handicaps and discouragements out. It happenL
At last it came meter at 29.22 Damaging winds
have only tempered the mettle are spotted or unsound. Spores ol L that all Ills conacts had been are' not Indicated here today, the i

that men of tha soil are made of, fungi: that cause storage disease) marked by courtesy, the employee gather bureau said although

.aRd made them better able to meet of potatoes enter through cuts 01bruises. of the hotel where he stopped; the utheaat storm warnings are ..UIIup daring, d.boa

future troubles of a similar nature. The folowlng are somot < clurka and stenographers In the of.ttces along the lower Florida east Amid' mil the fanfare of new car announce* lUgheat degree of dashbig.
They have not fallen by the way- the most serious strogae dlseases had visited; the policemen abilities as unnisW
: clarity -thrilling new
a ud west coasts. fact stand out with shining I beauty
aIde but have steeled their girders : cosnart;
he i had talked to on nlles was the max- wee" .,0-11I
Thirty-nine few
Soft'Rot: This Is very common prk.Jield arc turning to .* they were unknown a
and pushed on. t.he sales people la toe. stores Imum. wind at Miami at 7 o'clock Owner of ear every ce.
Just a few days ago a news report The potato quickly becomes volwot \ all bad been luxury and COIIYeDieDwhich j jbrfor
shopped In;'' this morning, according to the offtclal th*SUcr Annlverary; Bulck with e n*ag.I'n. t puolntraents of ,
told bow citrus of and mushy quickly after being Tb !
growers to him
dug and stored and it Is often cov- easant and reading, although at Miami that they regard. a* th*great" .* known to motor car practice |
central Florida had practically recuperated rellull was that he bad a friendly considerably prove
front, the hurricane ot everd by a grayish hairy mold, eack the was tcorldfThl I
feeling for the city without ta Nt _Iue *fr offerd la motor autosP"b U**-
two years ago.. The report was This is the, worst. storage rol knowing why. They road ronger.A Amej-ica !>.. seen plenty of
aclly throughout
bardly published before another known. hlnlike Detroit Gainesville heavy rain fell morning at MIam f: d different automobile ia .. America ba. never' seen mn uton.obil*
I tile night and early 'edJoal17''. i
serious, but "not disastrous wind Black Rot This rot Is characterized \, tbe coua*?
Sun. U
tuck the same section. But with by greenish, black, cir !. tolling up the biggest demand ever won by amy thU. "Just platn Wonderful" !

the same unfaltering courage these I I'J cular smooth, depressed spots. Often Plan for producing grand opera .lIoClac The Palm the lame Beaches kind were*t weatlverat experl- Jew quality car. It drawfaig more people tverdict on the,Silver A.awberur, Bulcl
black dots develop In the center "
jajue citrus growers will set about. In English for the Florida ,public '
which nol &. Miami. showroom, day ter day, than any other'tuUtmoblle '
io repair any damage that may of these spots are by Florida artists Is prol..88IOClatlBfal.'torUy the : -,

have been done by the latest winds deep and which rarely penetrate: said an announceent Erection of a large storage plantCor ever. drew ,bef "\ It U focusing'tb THE SILVER AlVM I VERSAR1WITH

fend. In a short while, the report tbe heart of the potato. This ret issued recently by member fuel at Port Tampa, to be used of America by' qualityetantlardao

that "everything Is normal" willagain Is serious but not common. of the Florida Grand Opera assertion a, a distributing point for that leCUou. i g .ttentlon

be heard. Dry Rot: This decay begins at which was organised some U planned, by the Asiatic Pe- new, so awl anoed and so epochal a* to pre I C

Florida farmers, like the noldlers the end of the potato, producing time ago with David Snoltz, president ileum.. conipjuijr of New York.The clude auny thought of comparuton. B U '

they are, can be trusted to a Arm brown rot. It spread slowly > ot tbe state chamber of commerce ; proposedplant will be fort.uet Ua.
"ca rrY 0 n." and eventually involves the leader with tbe BODIES R T ,
who has accepted far the tlove being, MASTKRFIBCE
whole The Inner 'part becomes 1 Ifaa--JIocUMbl -klu.t.Jw
potato. Ihlp In the movement BBtblllty ol the atalUlahm nt o.f .
Frostproof-Citrus Growers Association black and dry. It la not manufacture of "
.. refinery lor the
earts big plant addltloit.TalUbaaaee common. ructive\ and Is common. Jila saline ajid petroleum by-pro-
Contract let for Java Black Rot: This Is strictly Charcoal Rot: This. rot to oo- tM- '
4uet. In. the future.Folk I
new 6S- room hotel.Vero a storage rot. It enters the potato clonally found til storage bouses, : IVIotor
Beach Grading and through a wound and develops It produces a black decay, which county claims 8S7 miles Register Company

bridge work nearly completed on lowly.. Within It U black and Its 18_ dUUng-uiabed: from dry ret aadJava paved highway, costing $9,704.- __ J
Pcean-to-Gulf highway. autslde often becomes black. The round bodies In tbe flesh oftbe 100.

Florida crop* for tu year will potato gets dry and hard after potato. It is! not very e.o....j Da.v"ni>ort-Ilollr Hill Fruit BUU.I)
&4 worth UOO,000,000) rout?; to.*mh\week* It.I*"417. d..- mOIL Product. plant w-ell utidejr ...a"r ...ag BJSTTIB .AUTOMOBILES BUILT : BUICK ''WILL; I,

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Let TIUr 4)T5412 ".s4Il2 Cult I"nln.Co.. Pef.*.nal. fro I hall be amended to road a. followjHenatorv : 10'1'1'1 or "PI.ICATIO" FOB ; '
; May 'IEDVI. and of the Hou.
1 $660 to m.'n.r.'
rtin VAX
KQectlve July 1th, trains wi Sauboard Air Line' ny. Track vuatlvit I uf lt.i>. .. .h.1 be ditlqualttlvd ,. nll I ;";

run as follows: The Hoard of Public InntructlonBradford '01 from $31,0.13 to 12.901.21. .I".tn. In rsnnU. I tt\I"\!

- Carlton Select No.1. Southbound local due .'..nt Florida. will at tlotllce 1'rorato vnltie Appurtenant diii cuuntle. dt..trlcl,for which the: NO'1'I(1 18 IIEIIKBY GIVEN That 1 : :
I of the Secretary of the Hour pile ( i.uo SI,415.61.. are chosen.; pay' -f IOC.ILOl5. a n. Holder of Tax Certificate I. : 1$
- Starke 10:45 p. rn. receive up; UOI: noon on the 111 1'ro-rato value., Kolllna stud the Senate and U.01 Tteprvsertatlves No. 281 the Bin day of (, \ ''

Road Board No. 11, southbound local due i day of t bid for tl. *11.U0300 to "8.r03.1.W. ..h.1 not uxceed twelve do! A. bass tiled said Jllr' t' ''C
8..I..mh.r. \
>New Im.h, of bond i a .the ...' hereby "" tars and cents (II2.0)) a daT In 1. 12. and mad ap ', ,;
, Starke 11:23 a. m. Special Tux Mt-liool tllotrlct No.6 I ; tRy 'that the .above and foreirnintrtt I fur each day of Session' ; and Mtlnay. for tax utl' issue thereon accordance I'Ii j ,

No.2. Northbound local due ..Io bonds to bear dale of A..t 11' and correct llMt of the and "om'h.lr home to the sea with"I law Hnld certificateembrace : I
. Governor; Not 'IncHnwl t 0 t, 825, to be in the .d..n.m.n.Uen.. ,iMTHonal preperty equalled I of .. not to exceed tecents the following' dencribed j34 ;
t 1 III'n1t'8.l.Iaha91f'e. 3tt rke 8:24 a. in. of $1aiOiO0) to bear Interest at tl. the Pity Council .III. an a hoar (liia mile each bY thnenrest property situated In Bradford County s .11 I '

,bill' New "PI No. 12, northbound loral due rate of per cent per of equalliers.In saul most prlPt war rout, I 'o-wl: '
' Isa-i-able' f Hmi-annually prlnl"111"nnun. wln... whereof w 0 l.r.b mil Thl. Amendment, .hal ef- ll.r"'a. 7. a R. SI K.. (40 I' :
Aug. 9. With Startle 3:68: p. m. and Interest of ..a14 I hnnde to l he pap) "",'Ih. Ironies on the .: hoi feet at mldnlirlit U..mb.r 21. At'nee. I ,

It No. 107 dUG at the of the llanoviNatlennl nientloneil, 192!!*, without tire ".". .I L.". The assessment. of said property 4" I.
\\j j'I tWe) Dlt'mbers.of the IItate southbunIIJn18 .hI. .tl'' the City uf N..w' C,. F. IIOOVKIIChairman I.tallon. ) uniler said ..rll.at. Insued w** In I '(' : ,
at 'I
'explred.nt StarUn I : 21 p. m. York. State or New bonds I, City &Counc the nilnio of il'ii I t
' already yo.k. : 4) .;t
'f.i r' epartment No. 109 northbound limited due l.a. drnomlnnllon' and to City ot Stark, Kloil.lATTR8T I'nless' said ,'.rtlc.i. .shall be redeemed I I! "" ,
1 expire In October, .c-r... ... h."um. The votes cilwt In compliance wit tax deed I
to -D.ti .
& .s due lu"rdl"M
D.I.N sisal follow
other u payable ax : '
*, 11,1St. / ,... Su... Starke 5-44: <\>. m. A. FUTCH "Aid proponent amendments. and thcKiivaxs will I... ,111 day uf I '1 .
W Martin is serlousl] C....,...... tt.OII.CC on AUKUMt 1. *1911 and .,
John not appointing B** CALHOUN had attendee Wannea Branch-No. 101 leave ".000.(11 IIU..t" first In each 01 (' l'l.rk. B-a-at-8-1 thereof, "..Ia..alol. ..and, "' return to th. 111'"t\| \ ..V.131'UI.. of Jul r, A. D. J I

ring MRS. : Starke 4:30: a. m.; No. .102 at. I.. year. 1932 ''n..lv.. -Ir same ,.h.1 i .. and restrictions aare .. 3034. y'I.'j' ,,,ji':
department the I In required that .. di SIS.FICTION! ..alIMtnn. :
erl to tUia ; m tings of thKitdvsa < yives2:10.: in. 1 .. 1SOTI47 or l w for general elec' 18BAM O. \ AlDERMAN' t ', ," '
lII with his bid a canhier'n or pel' II'uviI..1 i .
i this up to .hiseur .n.1 Millie' I of Florida Circuit Court, ,
. ii bablY will leave i Club and. had 'listenedgr1yJJ..th T. J. Orlffln.N cloak to the amount of ISOO.O 10. l IV.: TESTIMONY ": Hradford. County Florida. j \ j, ', "'
ii be announced yesterday, which check, shod be forfelrett ta tlHoard : The LxslsUtiire) i WH1IHI., 7276tS2APIM.IOAT10X ..
i planning ol widely WJ FRFAf. OF, 1 have .
of W. J. HIllman. of .Vlt'K TO UII>lKHit of Public Instruction onl l he (Constitution of 188 my hand e l"r"'UI", I Itireat 'he. _____ ..1 A1 .
i f/lf/ terms -crfferent .kit hfns. She had hal of skI Sii E. P. Own of Bra. No. In the 'event tor .. am n< ISOTIC'l) FOR : I '
and 'l'l.t I bid. .. ) of FlorIda 0. f;
.t.J Oak (
at 4Irt
I ended. wntlE < seemedeapecially! interested jrMrs. The Bontrt of Bond Tru.t.. .. fArtuirnril Haid bond. fall to ttpttr plants ta the Constitution of TAlahA"- iFiu: .
?? already hare Foster: "sunshine" color ; .10unY. B'lorlilawill r' <.h...agreement. Th.KurcvKufibidder State of Florid.and 'h.sam wei see. the t'Iplal. t \' .\
" Miami complete.Mnu P. M. three-tint day.r July.A. ;
\ ; of hide o'rUM-k on will' be furnished agreed of 'I, '
SMIltniw stfherms "') he hud l.lv. UI 131H2S approvlD& of all the member elected to l>. IrtUd.ii. luShlY OI-VRN. That I \ '
October. In making heartily ap the 'mill of September A. wp I n Ion ot bon.1 attorney ..tonal eachouse I NnTI'FIS 41, .
In the omre Of the ..rretarIn reputation without < : that the votes on said. JoliIleeoliillon CLAY t'UAWORO.I 1>. holder of Tax t'ertlll- I. .' '
.lIaoun.ment.. of bla present proved of the way M-g. Alder! the"I City HaU In Htark Flurldianil .. bused renprve* 'hAr. ....j.l.t< wr .nt..r. upon therespective -S-14t-ll-a ""r.I .) tlal.. ... W.luor. the bib day of July ''I '1', .

Governor Martin aald: had'made her kitchen express the at thai time loblk.ly i op.n"d.tor any or' all hid*. 'ke Jou.nl. with the yeiand -- D. IttSrt. has. fl.,1 .Main "..rll'.ol.' i I., "." If'
milsM, L,. W. KirKMTRR nay they did diter Iti my office l .
r>:iicht 'oot ilrador.HldderH th.r.o. V telHU'I.H : : I'I F
r.'II :I im seriously rooslderlug thing she loveH Lest And so il On. ore requestrd to BUbm1 Chairman Board of "'.h l. Ir. mine an. .11.. that 1 the .. for tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance '.,
t luw Snlil rertltlcateembraces
with '
Lung these appointments. leav was no great stirpike to the members offer for On A""m.10'.0'l In tr. ..Iru..tn. of Ur..d Joint the ele H..1"t." "'1 at hmIU..1 the 1erernl 'h. 1011011"1 denctlbeilprtiiterly I, '

vacant so that when raj of the Kitchen The Hoard r..rv. ,.unt Y. 'tnrhl. nierllnn' 'h.November.tat. 11121) Take flrt lee I that under anil bvhtue situate. foid Cnun'I L I I"I '
Club when !
all bhts.I. AT''ERT I ,
liem reject any or ,
of I Unit Him I decree "nl.r..t1IIr.h )' Florida to-wlt:
NOW 1 )
Lessor comes In on the elghtt MrsCalhoim invited them in tc ; 8. AATTIEWt.Cha'rman. I II. H. WIflIIINMSetretery THHHKFOIIK. (if Htatethe 2Sth.93\ hv Hon. A. 7. Ad Norlhw..t quwrter of Northeast f /, 1 itI'
Hoard of Public InKtructlon "
have a freinad of 01 niiiuter, 2 43,, TI'. 7, 8. II. ttKiint $"' '
' he win nf Jflorldu do I glnoil 1.11. Clr..ul 1..II. N."I.. j
,01! January aee her 'daffodil" kitchen. r. A. PITCH of Ilort lnllly. Ira.. h.r.b) .. C<.111', ,""I v, 'I.rhl.I I I hal 40 A"r. 1
m naLof atirsiltAl. .
appoint three new 8.1.rt.8-1. ..Iorl. wherein I I'mil I llrolhern.' I The esHinent nf .and property :
to "I (arise
wanted kitchen f..r.t.IY. .
that : Ml.nrTloN .
. a would '
: \ it snld Issued. In the :
department _8-1.r1.9-1. utlou I I nud U u"d.1
road rni pnrnleil" a corpoi .I.tt".t.
will he held each In FlotMil. '
: the be '. VO KtI>l>nilNTh In county inline. of .1. I I'lh.I.
, him a majority of the de- becoming to- 1.4'/ she said 'I(1 KI.MTIONI : ; on Tuesday next siirreedliiK I It) I'niltldKe i a Comiiliilniint i *, AlI A. ...... Biil.t .. 1..0' shall he rfitcenieit ''u
. III give| 1011. UI' M. Itay rt a L. In still .rtll..I.
A. ar..1.r..II.
first In
And it .
Irinent and will permit him Imsiely ., was. Her black eyes. Hnnrd of Bond 'TrUHteen C. Jones, mayor eStaike mil Mo".t.y. .. No.tb..r. thePaI'l'Il tu foiecloae iiiorlRtiRn over land, ", tax d.td '
T".dnv will IhHiie thereim
. ,, to organize the depart black hair: and rosy .cheeks couk Bradford County. Florida wil .n- Fla., by virtue of the authority ))AY Itr NO'. "lIFtS lierelimfter .t..rlh..I. t.Ira,' muterslKiied AiiKiint A. Ir. tun on. th. 21tlday.f 11*
will net .
& ('.Iv. bids. 2oe, oVInrk, .n for the ratification or n* Special In"I. Uated this. 23id of A. D. 1 I
rejection iliiy
nl as he Been fit so that he wll have h fdly showed ;o Better advantage the Ifltb tl of September A. I).. 1 vested' 1.1 me by law do the sold Joint KesnlutlonN. prnposlnamendment I fur' cash ta thai hlitcter In .lly. i '

full years ahead of thai than in.the yellow* black 1U2R, at the olJU-r of the Heoretarat hereby call ail election lo be to the Const,(tilt Inn front nf South door i>f the t'our 193. n. V. IIj.
|, four hell lhrsna ,'gin"ant V. 't.\ AI.rUUIN
e FlorIda In Htn-rke.
the City Clerk nf ,
Florida via Ir..ln\.1
the dIals of : '
ftnrk. .
L the building and conetructtoi white and pale green color scheme I and at that Hal.ln Un. hlh. wil pull. at the city hall in the aor ( A JOINT DISSOLUTION 1.'lo'ln. on Inn.lny. 1..1> .i icr 3..1. Hradfonl County, Florlla.727Bt' LI j $5It

and will not btLdlcapped far : the 14 r I n, I J. hn"r. of sub. -24. S
fronds lu Florida she had chosen. Green( and white "lv'.p.n.d town by qualified voters on an Amendment to Section J'Z. '
Tractor IvhiK. "' lielniIn '
it Caterpillar :
Article 111 of the Constitution fnllnwlll I.1.1. 11 .
by a department ap-- nn. Tnl Tuesday September 11, 1028, for .. I and I I $ l
tiled linoleum floor cream walls, Rldrtern I will I he expected to submit the Ktale' of Florida, Relating i 1.I Ih'I.I..1 Clny .
liotrd by a prior admlnttttraPBK offer for on, iiesti-ty Tractohi the purpoHH at electing the follow. County and Municipal' Slate <>f .'llr.ll. : AI'PI.IOATION' tl$
black < "OR' ,
\ Lacquered taLle and chairs, trnOe.Th All ", North halfNintheaxt .nr NU'fU'1 UJ
IneittthlIa tl
D.' trimmed with white Hoard' rewrvon t the .right trnjoot 1, jng ofHcem: It Hssolved hy the Legislature. cm n"rt Northeast, qunr TAX I l-i0l: I ) .I INaYl'iCIi :
re- any or all lildx, One inaynr. the state ot Florida: ter nf NII.lhw..t '1"1.1." 1.1",1,
frigerator and cabinet stenciled in K. amendment Miiiirter. Smith ::1 Ji
OKHTATK I 1. MATTHRWS.C'halrmar Three aldermen. That the Inl.wlnl IS IIRHKHY hymN That : :
: CK.NT: 84 III ot the w..t <|11"11.1 of Hectloti IINoitheast Il: A. Sullivan, Iaoinler l of Tax Certln-'
white shelve lined! with R."l. .
TAXES: PAIl) yellow; C. A. FUTCH One clerk treasurer and tn of the State of Florida, r quarter' of NorthSiiiithrnst 1 Nn. 2N4. day of July.

yellow. white oil range, pale green N.rr..lary. 8-17-St-9-l roller tor. losing to County and munlnlpal qunrter, Sniitliennt, nimrtei A.ti>. l'J2ll ;ahli le I'h.said uerttncate I '
nf Section 10
,. to ot Soulheimt iiuarter In otltce ami made appllcalliinfur
Is mv
Nearly TO per cent of the 'stalE curtains stenciled! \ with yellow daf- %IVilf'I One tax aII "Mor. .shall.rnm.n'l I.e submitted h..r.by to al..1...tor. Ninth. half or Nnrihenst iiuarterNtirthiMiMt I lax dued to h'.u.. Iliermin In aoaordiinue I 1

for 1927' have fodils. Some black One atarshal.Inspectors the State at the next general iiuarter of Nortliweniiuarler with Said certificateeinliriices
taxes yellow
valorem some of North .
Soutbeiint quarter the follnwlnH described
.n collected and tndlcalloni and some white pots and pans. A In the Circuit Courl of the TwentYSixth of said election: F. A. lion approval of Heiiresentallv or rejection In 111. cures rUMrte.r: !, North half of Southeaniqunrler. t property situated In Bradford. Coun- I Ity.
Judicial Circuit of thKtat
another five per cent com touch bird af Florida, In and for tBrat- 'Scott, A. W. Anderson. K. fHumphrey Hertlon 1. Th.Legislature shaestablish West half of H.llhw..t I .'.'Iur.t., t..wll of NHcor. u11
lat tll crowning was a cage Mystm '(tUuIrt er. of Sect Inn It: North ( a. Ill f. 8
In before the last tax sales areId ford County Florida.Hperlol Southwest: quarter: Norrh: half oHituthenst i of PWof NWiA It loift't. 4
tall stand the window. County soil municipal
g on a at 'ax Si-hoot .1..lrl..t ?Numb whereof I hereunto quarter nf Section 14 to said forty thenueW
thlfl summer It has been aivuncel Cage and -stand, black, with a 6, Brndfnrit County FI.lda. la testimony WIrieR. where shall be apJI.hl. mceept law. North half I oC No''hw..t' quarter' ol 4HlVift. rlwht of way I .1
this summer, It baa been Petitioner, BUbMcrtbe m name and caui ea. 1.1 Section ; North hut If .I Norlh.a..t tlaoli. N. of way 618H ft.hence '
J.I.lal".e .ntorIK\l' '
the office -of thjle canary bird as the last touch of v..NThe the seal ot ,Bald town to be. ( ,itntien that are provided may"*by. the .... """0'1..1 :3 SeclUm. 22; "I In Township NK ft. Hasf to pt. of bg.Hue. i tii I j4
mounred by StEeps of Florida South, anw. an. Tp, 32 10 acre'
comptroller. yellow. It was easy to see when Respondent.NetI.il hereunto affixed, this the 8th day; Iberewlth' The Legislature. .hal : lying I 'i In Ttradtoril Co.y.ICI.t.l I.M lot a..t.. The usMesxmetit cf said I properly %

of state taxes Is lower Mrs. Calhoun got her color .t'Itiuo. and T.'.... of August A. D. 1(128.DeWlTT( general aepnrdlng law to classify rules and Ama t.lon 7 "" 7 indr said of rertlfluate Unknown.Unless Issued. wa In I ,
Payment To the raxpnverx. nnd .ot: populatol. South 2 1 and lying In Ih. name
scheme .. 'I'.nl C. C. JONK8. by general p'ovld. f. their n.n. 1"1. sushI tiertltiaal shall be releenied .
is year than for any of the past< Special Tux Huhool ) N. Ih' 0 I Florida.Alno .
'" Uradforil (' FlorIda, and alothers Mayor. corporation government JurIndltion. Section y..t of .. .r.lnw to law tax deed I
the comptroller's re- tri duties and 27th
power will on the day
ur rears whom may concern; South, Itanice 23 a.l. lying In I""u. .. :
I, ATTEST under inch clsaslfloatlone and 11"y of AiiKiist., A. l II. 1 1138. :
Eighty-three per'centIha You and earn ; .
ettows. ar. ira County. "'I.rl"l. U.
special or local laws rpo..a* tinted this S.lnl clay of July
1926 taxes had been paid notified thut a petition hal been flierby C. A. FUTCH.City for Siild lands \vll Im sold tn ..I..f. 198. A u '
cities 'or towns providing
p..lnl Tax Hchool plHtrlrt' Num Clerk. 8-10-61-8-7. jurisdiction. power.ditties ...II, decree. > SIAL' n. w. ALDRRMAN'' ''i
In 94 government '
; this time of the year; per tier II.1 County and privileges A. rnllWI.Ap.e.t Clerk of Clrault Court. I
been He.klii to validate and confirm ai .hal bl Master Chln..ry., Iliadford (t'ou' Florida.
& >DI of the taxes) hart ,..u. of School Bulldlna Bonda 01 Slfl'IIi M APtl.lrvriO\ FOR eat liy the Legislature.A ( ISI.II'I', "I..rk.., 1.. -h.( -*,. -

id! ; and 80 per cent of the 1924 .-"- .aid School DistrIct 'In the Hum orTw..nly 'rex .11.ru Solicitor eunpl.lnnt. !;'

IIJ tjr tad been collected. ftedemp- 4 i,c/t*., .. btf. mt\ ..> Pant H Thouitatid, Dollar (120,000 JOINT nRSOLUTION rrn .11-1"8.31.
ItO) to dated August 1, 1928 numnrd -
k ot tax certificates Is unusual- LEAVES FROM? NANCY'S from. 1 to 20. Inclusive, m.tur- A.NOTICE K. Wall 13 holder HKRKnY of Tax Certfflcat'Sin. Kn Amendment to Article Ill, NOTICH OF"1.P..V"T'.i r OK, ;hH '
Constitution of
lion :21 of the I
heavy however.. reports from KITCHEN CLU8NOTEBOOK lag In numorlcal order 11.00(100 01 .. 247 5th day of July A. I>. 1921* .. IHtate of Florida. Relating to NO'I'U'1 .tPPl.lA1llf KllltTtX V.\X PI ." 1II, fi4nTl'ln -
1, 1KJ1: and .
III .OoO.OOonAul- ban unlit certiti-te' my I
various counties showed. ,rut I, 'In each of the Jt3S flee 11.(1 made, 11'for tat .Eaesuge by tl.Legislature tr Sp..1 .

I> On a. valuation for the state of We grot some interesting recipes 950itnciiHlv[ to he ,taboO au-- .. &nd to I.NI. th..r.on apI"alon'... ... rial or the. .. ? : t! urcnrcBr-pivxnt Ibe ID
134 It by
\ I:horlty of Heetlon6TJ et e"q. of the .d .. U."olv..1 19 1IKHIBBY OIVRN W. holder uf Tax Crtm-
bout $$700,000,000 the 'assess- from' Mrs. Calhoun-rasy ways tc RevIsed. in..ral Ktatut... of Flo..lda.HO. law. aId I "ttoat. emnrucetho propert;. of the state of Florida: n. W. holfler of Tax "hat' eats Aoor'. the &th day of Tulf, ,

I '01 for last year was $5,468- cook several different: dulies.Tht : a. 'amnrulvd. .a* authorlied at Hltuated, following In 'Krndford; county, Flordu. That. the..lollowln.ainvndment of thai feats 2..1'. 2UI.( the rth day of A. I). IBJI, hue died, said certlneal I

0 43, or seven and one-half mills Easiest Way to Cook vleetlon belt In said school dl*- .. towlttHauihettKt R..lon.. II the State. of r A. 1). 1121. h.. tiled said .. c.rl'l lii my oftlca and mad .1..10' a.
riot on 7th, 11128 and pur'niant of North wenitiinrter .I 1.1011,10. t tn my Hindu fur titx decal to issue *
,rilnt taxes. On July 31 the tax Chicken tn Aua".t. .. and older pro- nf NorthweSt tuarler. quarter 8ep Rating to the passage by L""I. for tax .lh' ,11.1 n ..". thor.l. .a. urdana. with law Said certificatembraces '

.. reTS of Florida still owed '!,- Split a rirewed and cleaned chicken ..!..ln"" of fur the Bradford Hoard County of Public Flop In.. lion 34 Township A, South. RaiiKi he latiiie and, the nf .p..a.( I I* and hereby Local agrd J.I curduiice eniliruces. with the law Said o.rll'al". 1 .Mopertv .hu"I"the folowl.Iradlo.d described Coun 4

I |((8.(27.29 of that amount dlvld- down the lack. Lay 'breast down in a dn a. the "n.rn't&authority ol 22 f'a.t.:.. uenment. 10. AereaTi. of said lirnpertilinde tore and. shall of the be Htate submitted of Florida to the'for. "| tircipeity situate .. LI''d1or.. county,.: ty. I- I 'quarter,- of tNorthwest

among the various funds such deep pan preferably a roaster. Season laid ."h.,1 dl..l.k' .the wnlarglnaj'urnlHhlnjTi purpose.t .. .the Null pertlncnle issued -lu'iIn pi-wvul l or re>ec'lloM at the next ..., 1.1..la.I 14 lo.wi; Ie. iiinrter, Sect Inn 34, Tp. 1.Houthwes1 I : I

the general revenue school tax with salt pepper and a lump of '> acnulrina or .otherwise" the name of .IJnkn..wB ehall hiredeemed 1 .erul Uleatloii of Kepresentalives 8.c10., Tp.I', M.II. 2: E.t.un IDmplon. lhant: 40 Aoree.Th I a I
Improvln. I'nleH mild '" first Tuesday II .4)I I assessment. of sold property
butter. Sprinkle with flour. Lay strips .rllf..I' bV hMj Lie board of health state prison tulldlnir or ichool .. ..ord'n'' tax deec the' lint Monday In November. A. I nil I III certificate Issueii wan In under said certificate Inaued wa. lu ,
k eradication and free school of bacon over it. Pour hot water over laid. dtatrlct for Ihe Hchool exclusIve In .. une dienet w'l issue the loth dar] J1'3.] That |is ta say that $. the imrne (at Unknown. Unless nuldieil th. name of Unkimwn. .' ,
Ih. free' public ..
.I.t A. I n. 1928. said certificate shall be
it. enough to be an inch deep in th 1"I.t.mh.r, 21 of article III -of the ( I Illciile shall be ral.r..d accord Unless
!< located within said K|>e- A law, tax d..dwill
is. of according lo
1 7th duV Florida ileeil there exiiieil
pan. Cover with lid and put into overCook ,1.1 TaxSchool dIstrict Number 6.at D.Vnt.1928. Au"u..t. of the State of .hol Inl. to luw tux wil 1"0". A. D. Issue thereon the Silk day of
amended in read as : on the 271 day ni
-- A"I".t.
without turning for a half-houi bawtey. Furld. and that ald peItlon n. w. AI.IMOKMAN, I A. 1 2I.I .

I When brown on top side turn ,an .ai will filed. heard. bel..r.."ur a the. afore-Hon. (SEAL) Clerk of County Circuit.Florida('otar'flisdford .. ""8tOl this SI, preceding In all' canes and setiini. of"lun. ., 19fil..t:.; this Unl day' of .uty. A. P.IB2M. AI't,1 9SJ.SUJAI.:I :.\, till;1)2:1! : day of July. A. .TO 'i '

n.tJluu.\ WKKKIiY: INDUH. | urahl. Judrft of sold court In the lly C. ,A. KNKIIIT, form law operation shall h* throughout general the I H 10 At.) ourt Flouite at Stark. ,on : Clerk rut Clriiult Court,
llo..ld. (1.rklVEN.TIFflF.1' Cleilc of Clicult:" I Crt. ,
TRiAL KKVIRW: I Hth of at 8-1-5t.9.7. Jiepnty hirt In nil oases not .uu.n.rel.d Florida.7276tl 111udfold tv. Florida.. A
day :
tonal CUl.
II allow breast to brown. Replenish water Ih. M..mb.r. 1121. nxcepted In that ... the 1'11" tInussl County. 717Dt.4t '
I en o'clock A. M., and you .a"hof MKI.ATINU TCl.uri .ton. -l(4.(
if necessary.Vhen brown on you are hereby with note poi.icits lature may pass --
and Gravy if .. ,"harl..d except as now or here after- flher'J:3.v' .
other side remove serve. u -of the lr .aid petitionind
Panama City Work being ',! 1 In the U NH'l'Ii-l AIM'MOVUOXNOTH'W laIR
This is old-fashioned and required to :: .eJ *) tl.M OF
already made. noUle. app.ar local \OTIIH OF HITAIIIIItV
shed 20 NO :
sLugging highway No. at and plar ftc to rAx
: 11:1':1
"smothered chicken a Southern HBKF.BY UIVKN unless notice '."
If of have II .
how or hil 1..0. "1
cause any yon TICh .
''om paved portion 10 miles north recipe the easiest to cook and the most my there be why .said Hohool Bond. Policies, Nun. 7M7' -to 11400< therefor -'--------. $% & I' ,4
hers to Cottondale. of chicken .' not h* validated and ". nelualv*, hove been published : I.M IIICHKUY OIVKN. That
delightfully flavored any .houl' with th. .nfI'm Automobile: Policies Nan. U3Bal' where the matter or tln..t.otI r>. W. Moore holder of Tax Certlll- Thirty day after date' hereof on

Fr08lproofFro8tproor Citrus orth In Maid petition and pursuant.t to I.I.ISSr. Inclusive. fected may lie .01. No. 204. the 6th day ot July ( ; the 1st day of S.pt..O. 11 'I "

|uoclatlon will rebate members dish.Tht Cook the lawn of the State of Florida Automobile .1oUcl. No. 1I3C2I xhall state the .."h..laH'(, ... l/. fUI.) has lll.d said (-nrtifl.al.i lo-wlt I the tiiulerslKned' ( -iV
Easiest Way to t. mad and provided.IN to m.ltDO ,templated law, anil .h.1 be .. .. In "I.. and made. application' F'aullne Untten. Huliy Hatten. andVhelnin '
proximately $28,000 as result Mushroom In WITNESS ran } I Automobile Pollcle* No.. 238171 Ml at leant, thirty prior' to taut tax d. to Issue thereon 'Innccorilance Huit<-n. Mlri'.r, hlr, *. flS. Wt ,
ft yW jE : to 219300 Introduction Into the with law. Salil certificateeuilrureee will to the
deceased apply
successful and economical pack- Inclu.lv.1 I..el..tu.
Cut into .small pieces and wash -a lerrunie set a ; : if the 0' Underwriter. .mink bill, and In ll h" n"n."r l I the folliiwlnir deaurlbedproperty 1111.n. <]*<>. A. Oardlner. l'oufltf
ft house operations this season. 'h* .m"lal xeal ot the National Fire .. Co.. .. situate I In, llrudford Conn
bound"of mushrooms with their stems. ('ourt at Htark. Florida Branch of I. 0 provided by law. The .vl..n( Judge in anil, for Iliad font Co"ly. _
Tltu vllle-Beautlfcatlon of Dlx- in thl. hartford, requiring' for tbel. vaJ' 'mien notice has been II.h..l ty. t.IDrld. 'o.wll for an to .sell Il
cook with of water of nrll.r
Put on to a cup lay August t28. lily the counteralkrnature be established In the A I .I. 7. 5. H. 2 Ea.t, Floriin., theundivided <,>ne. eventhnterest II

hlgbway In Brevard county Inogrf'S. .a'covered stew pan.. When water Milntost ( AtDRRMANSKAL luthoriaed and ll<-.n..d a".nt. have fore such bill shall panned 140 Acres. 'Lt. LI.of .ealal minors' In the. following _
of the Circuitcourt of said
) jCI..k b.. lot. Mine. then huvi The assessment property
salt of
cooked out. season with or proof lands. 'lying anil being' In
afldavl Issued In
(if the Tw..nty-SIJ. lot been counterclarned 01 h.vlnl amlsr' said I psrtlllcate I I was
Jacksonville.. and a iig lump of butter. Re- rh Jndlrlat. the rl'ularly c"ton Au..d to the proponed or Unknown.Unless Itrndrord' Cminty. Florida to-wit"
Duval county op- >pepper> Clr.ult ..UU. t..t the und.r.len.d10lat the same Is Introduced lit "ltt the name half of ..... .,
shall lie r*- North .
In certificate
of said .
U KlorMa and .
lid Cook until water entirely agent hereby publicly affirm; ..
|'I bids for construction of addl- move 1..1.. ford County. i-r branch of the .I.tatur., loomed acoirdlna- law tax deed ind Houtheust 'lulrl.r of N.rth..t

|one to Brentwood Flshwelr and tone. Serve on toast. ,1. M. JOHNS or received a."ounr.d..for.. nor. by any Ir.m.l.. which of such publication affidavit. oon.Ututn.proof will' 'Issue thereon on the 27th day luarler and N.rlhea..l '1Iart.r(3' 1 (
Bukt Attorney for Petitioner will be valueless ent. it AiiKiist. A. I> 1928. i.liitheaat, quarter. Sectionrowtmhlir '
oodstock schools. The Easiest Way to -l7-4t-9-7. void pany,,In they the hands of whomaoevet ,, and of the Jloune of .
Ham Senate In all 100 acres .
Florida( Is most Important cumber '- -' thick. 'rmu fall b and Illegal any claim and r :J tentative, which entries shall 1HJAJ.! .) o. w. Af.nFrMAN. ng 27th day of July A. DMUM. l92': l

producing state In nation. W-aahtand; trim a half-inch CLERK'S REPORT they houifl be : mediately follow the Journal 1I.rlc: : ) LtmiNia &'ilAfSCl.:.

Clearwater-Plnellas county will .He I of.ham'' Place;in medium-sued turned t& the Helbel.a Bruce- J .h4wln.the Introduction of bl, Bradford Cuflty1l'iorIuIus.J0Ea'rlEI'3 Ouanllan for I'aullne Batten, ,:'

roduce about $30,000 worth of frying-pan.:' Cover With milk. Cook in Rtarke Fla Aii. 1. IS2I ;General Agent ot the Cornp..t. :my 10..i how.v.r.or special mnpublica,1"I.I I. "',ln, .. ,I ,' ,. (. 'i..1..11.i i ten.Ruby f.t.na".Th.'n', Hat 1'1.' I". t k.

..ney this uvcm until milk U boiled. out. PepperNOTHK Report of theflerfc of CI."uUCOlt Columbia South of. nature portport.tflg hereunder when snob local Or ,: or. A"I.I.J"'r'l' run t.nl deaaeuaed3Ct f"r"1 ,t". .. I,.
any .
year. '
for Bradford County, N. 'Iuarnm
nd id-ye. In and tn be them will lxecoanlied riot law contain' a provision .0 'rix II: I .. 8.a I. I'
Palmetto account of '? aae.*>- ; ba..e upon '
Sanders *. Sons open on .'ax. the Company Theairirtic ilTect that the same shall nut "I 1 .; '
,* ..d for the rear 1827.B. notice peratlve or elTeotlv until the niVKN.: That, '
filling take JIEnEIlY
station In Sunoco : Tax will please aolurdlnaly 13
W. HAYK9. con.corc..y ins been ratllled or by NOTIIJ holder of Tax Certlll- mwrnTsevanwwlr I
hiding : : m.I' n. *..
on Lemon Avenue. : P. COLONIAt FIRn' tlNDERWRITKllH. majority of the 1 tad"I. No. 81)5,) the 6th day of July' I. I .

Palmetto-$198.050 contract letr Aug-uwtlSth. To Hal. .Idly collected 1. 1112$ -- '11.1 : Uranolk of National Klre In. lartletpatlng In an .at.. 1921 ha4 tied .saul certificate COFFINS CASKETS I, ," ,
: reuirtUmet .
Th city' ; amt. 2H4. .
ly mirnnpe 'Co. of Hartford the territory affected by p oflle *nil made applloatlnn &
construction to r.vl". ,th" due 1. 192ft t. mv 1
of Bayehore road 1028'atJt'ltark"; Florida hal. U81.3 .
Au. By HICIHEI.H, BRUCE CO., :.lul or local law. tax deed to Issue thereon In .c.eor".n. .
on city limits to Hillaborough CBlAtratton"' bnokn :of the ('II) ofarke A..U..I.To General Axnt I C. ... w'th' law. Said certificate. a Fell LU. 4.1Undertakara' ; 4
and th. following bal. due Columbl.8. i
Florida u. desorlhedirvpertv
11.3 JOINT RESOLUTiON the- ;
J. F. ;n. A imbrace
.. folowlnl : 1 _
"ity line. w.r.-strlekn' fromth.. tmok'or IT: amt. collected II4.r'To L"al 10. t.I'1We '
lamon It Hampton Amendment to "OUOI '. Ir.I.r youp- "tAUTOMOBILB "t
< '
.1-1'.20. .I. :suppU.i
Webster-AtlanUc Coast Line '' tl.l "a,019' Matort. Thoronncllwill b.t due Au. I. 12.h 4S.1 .trie, XII of the Cnn"ltuUol of ty Ilor"IA. .
b.' .n .in-i..loi. on lh& 22nd of _. Br. oode Stole of ) .. N 20, Tp. t fl. It.
'illroad _....44227.00 'Io..i. "Ialnc .t NW'/1"q I .
constructing $2S. 80 new "kuifunt. 'Ifljg: t-r> h..areonplaIfltP. If To bal. due. July 1 1928 No'r.CH oatlon th. ) I'.aft' SO UJCABUIt I ',
"i enKer and station here. my and ,to. rentor..any nami that ly amt. ..II..ted ,.1643.1&Tn of Counties Into Special T.I Tlie assessment of .said propertyimler I
freight nay, have'b"rn arronvounly .Htrlcken.in hal. due. Aria1.. 15215 -__1483.1 Notlc I Is hereby given to all ..eon0..rn.4 ,. *; Providing for the ....11..1.1. said certificate Issued. was In Mwsu cc %* ierte lj'i 1
Cracevllle Highway between 1 a p- !<.. ,. that the City Council of the of School Trustee Their Term the name nt Unknown. '
're and Campbellton beIng hard o Kstly. rumored.. To bail dire July 1, 19J8 -_ TIS.94 (Mty of Htarke Florida. .Itln. as a Office and Duties, and for Unless. saId certflcate shall h* releraeil I
2f 4.l8! Ivyf .
Brawn, iL T.. d.ad. Iy Colt.eOltecteI Heard of Kquallxer 1'u.aa and Collection -of a ac.no rd'Ilia" to law, tax deed a. ,
-faced. RI"OWh. Henrietta, d...d.rown hul. d"*'Aut. 1, 1928 428.7fmmmty July 24th. A. n. 111. mad Tax for School Purposes.Je vlll Issue. thereon on the 27th day .3' 3'I

CracevjhieImprovements be- H. 0. r..m..T..d.iarkowlts .. wlo owlnir changes tax ae*. by the A. D. 192$. '
Jullun. de d.iradcluw haL due July1.. 192.l4$8.7$ nent a by the City Tar H".ol.d Florida. 0'n1Y.lth':: .21 rd day of July A. D. DEWITT C. r"

rig made to Hand Gin Company's .. Warl..... r.m......... } ... collected .-___ 6451.63! ..""rol for. ft... Notice la ,. That of the State following of Amendment I"?. (1' ?
1 28 ____ O. W. ALUFinMAN.Clerk $TA1IKZVA
Cut here.St. removed. baL due Alia- I. 8U6.2 gIven that the City' |
iraddoi-k. A. B.. Total 5.b-ScS..i .*.. Coun,1 wil mellon to of Article XII of the lJIAL of Circuit Cont."radlor.t ,
it to b. held
R.. romnvvd.lark a of Florida, '
<. ( olemsn.R. m..tn. .ititutlon of the Slate
1 Petersburg United __ 40r4.e1 County
-New 1
('1 ,. C. H. removed.aetman To b.t du July _,_12__ lay at the -iy Mall In utlng to be and the 11"11". .
rUII Piston under r..m..d.tlr..n. By collected .2..98To Itarke. at II:00 o'clock m.. .d.ealon. b 1-n.lt..U. '
Ring factory 5 Julio. due AUKt.. 11 ____ wil I..* hereby and .bal - -- 1. A
1&.1 from such owner or
ear .
Instruction at Plnellas Park. St. Adam T. removed.Iobns. bat T.I ss..I.b..l al mlt.d t* theelectors -
II and file co_ .
. etersburg ,. C. B. .removedci .d. ''Te bal. due July 1. im _-_..14lO7.4' > 0.1. to the valuation a* flxd General election I ef : for :;:
Milan r mov atlvtm to be held In
!Manatee Cite porry pemowd.cit. : B I,amt. collected 16'5.1 by the said Board of Kquallneri.. ..ndhr rwvsl rejection. That said :: :"
county shipped '' do All or .
growers r..od.N"wllOm. bal. : .8 any reaiion why the v.luatjum. a. can charge yonr
9? carloads celery during sea- removed. 1iJ hould' 8
% II.. i By D. C. b ah.nt" .sad as follows: YES '
''It' of of of NEJ4 of W% .
1927-28.! largest number ef Nob"' ... H. R- removed w. Section 10. The Legislature
IT. Uvmom O. T.. r.mov.d. I % .-of MN" of NKV ii 8 II- rovlde> for the division' of any 0"" BATTERY In : I
; STORAGE ISmith's ,
ever ft
shipped| from county. arkcr, John. A a
Bradenton_Building on 5rdnu I'.k. C. I*. doad.a I 'f .001. llasrlct; and for the election b'll '
..: Mr.'. ....m. da<1.tiMtlarov In Circuit Court ..nt- l.11I Ju- ft. I In. W of NET cor. 'ofIlk. three trustee.
: JB.MMI by j. R Hawley for .. O. W. .vma..it.homan trIal Circuit Bradford County J* ruV on Call tit. 10 ft. :ball J their oilS.c1 two ; ::
bUshnunt .I 105 ft. B 30 ft. N lOi to be 2* 4 ,,
ot' overall' factory. matlory rcmovon.uinrr ,"'lorlda. In Chancery ..nd shall have the .
winter V. r.... rcmovwl.urnor : 'alton T. Darley. 12 'Original' TCwn..J. C. Manntnl''I..m > school within' k
: Garden.-Contacts let Lillian r.nio.... Complainant.' 11,000 l. 3,0IOu tf al and for. tbe levying a-nd *

or erection of new unit to peekg homa, A. J, rem....... vs. ill a* extended on En.. ** .ctlen of district school I ta* Garage !6

house 'homan, Rva THao, removed.ral.r jila Darlejt.Defendant.. nap Original Town, half Tteflnlncn. ,he.eacluerve- of the public 11
ot winter Garden .........11..... .removed.Ytiles. n : to lO.aOO.. irSool.! within the District _

w. Growers Exchange. ... W., d.ad.Vyman. -... Pwbik.boo Ulk."2 llz) rr.a.al Coe. add. S* .vr a majority of th* qualified ;
Palm Beach-Contract L.nthall, r.weeed. It appearinsr by .atnda.vlt attached .4 it. I.. Trumeee. ors thereof that pay.tax on -
Vm.n.. '"-,W1TTE .. remov..L tf I the bill of complaint filed In the rom S-l&e or< property, vote t -
rded for construction of rS- C. F. I.OOVER, hove rau e. that the reeldenve of leata&47 $5 l& NH lot* 4 .11 avor personal of such levy. .h.1 <
i -
,* addition Wo1 T" Chairman .ula DarKy I* unknevwn to oomlalnant 'Il. U U T. Coe add 2* 22.
to Breakers -
new there le no In : eV Brownie from
I 1 1 here C.: A. FUTCrTCl ; that person RESOLUTION h. .' I
'. .rk. .lie 8tat et .'Io.'d.Inn to afant. *.ewe to $3,000. I I JOINT
aer lo. pro -whomrould Lot: S 10 Blk.: It T. & Co*. an Amendment to Section i i.tlato
-- { bind the said defendant In .d.l.. ..4 22 Dan I. L fPM *7Mo 44), Article Three (3) of the f: J. R. DAVIS CO.

reel' 'CE't cult for Dlvore. It I* therefore $ of the State of & .

tfotl. t, h.'.by given that th. '.! towln. d.Mrrlb...* land will >>.. soidDtablIe tbi.. that Mid defendant b. and Lot 4 Ulk a Uavl Truby. add to the Pay of ". _

.' "cllon on the Ant Mond ay In H..pt.mb.r, ma. It being thC, I ppear.to tbe bill .f complaint' In I': 4 21. F. W. Buddlngton' from tOO of the Kn.t. and... of the Ju. _
'J '" In Br.dr..d before tIre 3rd. day of
courth OUM n..o..t Stark life eanee. an or t.pr..n..U..
V1 baforo tb 'oE'l'
,;Ouny. t a.month.. of Florida or"50 m H> b thrw>f a* will b. neceimary to par .f Spt.rb.r. A. D. ISIs. .th.rw. of lot 2 Blk. I T.mpl.ad4 28 )e the Le.I.ttu. INSURANCE
1h. h.r with the of aald 22; F. W. 400 to of Htate of rwrld1Tat
toc ojwth Bldd'nl'lo.
:, nit due for la.*._t .ppo 4 the aam. el wil b Section ,
u..- and Jv.. hATES Tax CollectorLot ae confessed by you. J. Ar hi I _
adv..U.ln. itrther ordered. that tbl. "" b Lot I 1 BIb1, add. (1>. of U.. Con..don .
.blinked once -week ro four Undard Oil Cu.2' e omr. f ItiOCom. Hate of Florid relating
'1'_ cutlve w.*k* lo Bradfordounty ,0 35.509. 0'> members of the Senate an
._I.He. ..... '1". .. *. Owoer C_ ''Tehta-raph publlebetf In at NW cor. louse of l50presootatlvee.. shall of AGENCY _
.rD the
I .. lit. tarbe. Jtn. A lo..n Alley run N on ubmlttvd to .I..to.
..1 Pln"hun Fioi. aid' lane W (0 If. S 117 ft. Hate ef Florid for adoption or reetlon '
.nt __ II Unknown ------ 1.0 This I.tl. Ut. "
LoI.1& 'r; of I ALDBRM to U. an Ally K ta be r. S* 4 tt, & at the next general STARKE FLA. 1'

BIk1 PineX.otrS.tEIav.lopT.3.flt II ---.- 4.51 (Seat) f C ire MM Court. tUasT from nil t. .: oo. .>f nepreeentatlvee : : I _
S Clrk"
"kn- I
M. J One lot IO& I. ... I.NW cor. Iras Tuesday after o."f: I 4)
? I. Ire. 1* 4 13 .if in month' of I .. L .
dditi55 t 0.' ,3Z ._ WainwrlghI U., aeacM.s tar ct. I UoeUeoi 0 .JIJ- -.1.- U'y
Hartlon J"pu*
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A 6i 1,, 1 FRIDAY.:
-AQe _If1_...... ,.&. "- ._ --.- -- --, -'" friends and leul
"- by
___K_ _'__. .'.__" -- --' --- ---- : m MK. J. W. WHITK: ANSWERSVNKXPKCTKD lug, were sent cation with hiM hl,,,,,"
their note of sympathy hope and vie Jlrj

Bradford County Telegraph i : HUMMOX love. The city ofllclals of Starke Mrs. Eva Dm. I i I" i

Lu FROM OTHER PENSIt I 1// sent a handsome casket bouquet,, tars Mrs. Brad, ? 'I, "'

Established 1877 For Thirty-throe years Right the Woman's Missionary Societyot Okay and sonJ i (/I, i

.. ... .. EMteerraed: ntlzrn of Klarkc.! the Methodist church contribut are spending a i.. I' '1
___. .. .. o' ed a beautiful floral piece and Mrs.White's mother ? 'I''''
Fridays", and Entered as Second Clas"-' -- I school class. sent Mrs s ; ,
lalo Sunday
Published! Weekly on In a flue tiring for a town to mediately partly, It Is said, bCHHHO < When It was announced Our revival 11." ,
at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. for 35,000 bat r- Friday afternoon that Mr. J. W. exquisite white asters, while many "
Matter seek new industries, but let's ucoverlook ; of an order and bouquets Sunday night w.i, i I,
bask ts' -
S. Matthews ____________-_______Owner and PubliahiJ. some of those we alread)' I reltt of cement to used In Tamp, White had breathed was his the last shoe at Individuals of rare Bent flowers. Many tele- Crosby In chaigt i II", '"ail(':
five o'clock
have. They, too deserve alien was given to an Alabama concert Hampton will umu, ,
J. C. Robinson .. __ ___ _______________ Managing EditiSUBSCRIPTION t Id 11.--Hollywood News The closing of thin plant only re- to a large number of friends and grams of condolence were receivedby vices the rest Or I w" hI''
I built force and acquaintances, and his Immediate the family. 1.;
-- --" --4)- ccnlly gives body come.
.--- .'0- -- -- I the that we family were grief stricken over tile The Interment took place on the
The extra dry democrats I In strength to argument/ Mrs.
RATE home Industries 1 If unexpected summons and the argulsh family plot at Crosby cemetery, Truby Brow Illd, "bll, ,
counting political nouns try must patronize .
in Advance and a large concourse: of relatives spent this week w ,"?,I,, ,bet
75c Payable tho them to thrive.-Ocul of parting. 111''
Months that all '
Six create the Impression we expect
$1.50 MrS.
Yearly <<: Johns
; Mr. White attended to his bust and friends accompanied: the bodyto neat, ,"??, Bulb
possessed by Star.
Advertising Rates on Application. red one are spent The minIster Mr. and Mrs
and last resting place.
.Thursday Its
uaual ,
AltrHi t
.. .. Ooula Itar.0\ -o- ness as
.. cruts.- :
---' .. -- -- --. -- -- ---- -'\- Jet au Ideal you can't succeed a happy evening with his wife- In charge repeated the com- Starke, attended uiunhhr'day / '

Democrat.o I, Idea of the talking and reading to her. Between mittal service and a quartette Hang night.
Major Hoople must be a Other newspapers of Kloild 1:a without one. Form an
Florida sympathlie with the Brad kind ot person you want to be, of eleven and twelve 0.tl3ckMrs. "The Home of the Soul. The active Rev. and Mrs TH'lor
o like to choose, White became aware that all pallbearers were, E. S. Matthews Hampton, ,
ford County Telegraph. In the los career you would were \\nuiinri..
< ,t The children arc looking forward to opening day of, of their press and other valuabl. < of the accomplishments you would was not well with her husband J, H. Hitch, J. M. Alvarez. i urday. her"",

I + o equivalent last week Just after the/ find useful and lot every day's actlvltles who soon became unconscloue J, .'. Klckllter, Sr., 4. M. Darby --

r } have Invaded the University City this wccl! week's edition had come off thpicas. < I train you for them. You The physicians stated that he'lai) I and A S. Crews Honorary: N. .4.

t The farmers : .-Urcen Cove Springs Times, i may never roach your Idea; It may] a stroke of complete paralysis, am Walnwrlglit, U W. Alderman, J. Ala meeting mcMiih ,n f.j

-0-- _o--- 'keep floating on and on before human skill was' of no avail. Abou W. Andrews Si*., L. C. Powell, J. and truck grOW'fI! ",lna

.1 The free shooting star show scheduled for Saturday was A flat-topped desk Is sometime I But the sailor never reaches the< eighteen hours after he was W. Morgan and N. B. Hull. Mortician Joclta reaffirmed pu-agu\

I used,In hold a pair of flat feet.-- north star. Yet, without a norlt stricken "Death broke the vita In charge, DeWItt C. Jones. made for the Benin,. ",?,,, )f

clouded out. Bradford County Telegraph. l'n: star he rould never come to port chain, and treed his soul the near From out of town attending the I fifty acres to SIt'\lllerrlel.

0 der that method of paragraphing, -Louise Reynolds. cut way" funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. S.: J, fall. This aCl'eage.It, '!nab,

According to some the distinguishing mark of a Democrat we Huppoxe a roll-topped desk 0--- The funeral took place Sunda; White, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. White farmers to make Ilrnlirable ''I
three o'clock from Mrs.. Gentry White, all of Pity shipments, says th
could be used to hold a pair. of In a lengthy editorial. recenth afternoon at Mr. and Oadp
t th, ; is a red notlc.Hunting rolled\ stockings.-!Miami Beiu! the Columbia (S. C.) State said;: the First Methodist church, bib Live Oak; Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Kay. Banner

7 t Q------ Sun. "It Is a remarkable fact that while pastor Rev. E. M Rooks conducting of Reddlck.

M r licenses would not be so dear if you could get a ---0Ir a strong balanced progressive the impressive service. ......................... growers ''II,f -iuilla( (
the I people of certain. rellglout, weekly newspaper would be worth The body lay In state at the phurct find a wide variety Or ubjiii'

f 1 tr' shot at a deer. belief worked half as sealouBl more to a town of 4,000 populationthat from two until three o'clock anc : SAMPSON CITY : latlng to Ihelr piofasBiou. ,j,",
t? O viewed by many persons, at Cleo Thomas for the
for the good of their own religion a $200,000 factory, the majority was program (truck wtiooi

Clay county plans tu* plant seventy-fhe' acres to straw aa they do trying to tear down oth of the business men In such the deceai'd had friends among ... Ing Farnieig' and Fruit (;??
and the highest. A ......................
ers, they'd fare much better and town would be tremendously active he humblest week, which will be Held al t
', berries this year. the world would benefit thereby.Vaucuiilu .- In getting the factory whileItrlving luartett. of trained voices softly Mr. Jim Davis of Palatk', has University of Florida, AugU

o \ Advocate to keep the support of the sang; "Abii'T With !'tie." and "Safen recently come here to spend his va- Lo 18th

Some writers say the flapper iSl passing. Passing by woul< 0- paper as near. the starvation point the Arms of Jesus," and the -

Suggested slogans for the He- us possible North Carolina ulnlster read the burial service for
be nearer correct. publican party: "We kept the reel) Press. the dead as arranged by the ritual -

o of the Country out of the Chicago --o---- of the church and later made

9 Another way to dry up this country would be for Uncle Deer War. "Make the Country Entirely aside from the advisability appropriate and consoling remarks

S drink. Sate for the Bootlegger" '"Th of dividing. the state, as concerning the life and characterIstics -
from taking a
Sam to enjoin every Rev. Rooka
Full Oil Can." "Sing a-eon of Six proposed by Legislator R. E. Oil- of the deceased. QOpII

d o Hollars a quart; Pocket full of rer of West Palm Beach It doesn't vas assisted in the service by the
tit Last week it presented the North Florida of the First. Baptist church ,
Florida is open-hearted in everything. synthetic rye; birds pass out "set" very well with pastor

l South Carolina and Georgia with what was left of the< political pie."-Madison Enter Lo be accused of "hampering" the Rev. O. P. Raymond, who. ofered! '.p;J.'

prise-Recorder. southern end of the state. If Mr.JHIver a fervent prayer. 1

r 1 storm. ---o---- will make a little Investigation John 'VesleyVhlte was born November .:

i ;l a out to the I he will and that the older 15th 1857 at Valley
Our sympathy goes
F of Florida have conals- lead Alabama In sight ot the majestic ( '
the Demo settlements I
to pub
Palmetto News says it is absolutely opposed Bradford County Telegrah. Lookout Mountain Ills III I 11 I If
In the -
been pushed
cratic party welcoming the negro to its folds. Just when, lished at Starke.by fire Immediately In the loss at of ently for the benefit of the newer ether was a soldier In the Con- ''lljtr II '"y1
I their plant
were they officially welcomed? ier getting their last week's issue portions. We hare no fight with ederale Army and In 1863 he ob- r
would, South Florida We are proud of ained leave of absence and 101'reasons
It appear
orr the I
o press.
Its Its accomplish- of safety, moved his family ." 1 1 II
hot number development
+ The silliest buhk being handed out during this campuigi from this to have Robinson.been a -Grove- nents. Its fame. But we believe from Alabama to .Florida where

, w q than the Re- brother In ater he fought in the Battle of ; ,
Is that Democrats are more favorable to liquor land Graphic ,,'e have had a definite part
Baking It what la Is rather thanhampering" lustee.
publicans. o "I'm a t-andl- Its growth and derelopment.Tallahassee At the age of sixteen Mr. Whiteras
"Lex" Green says
o News. converted and joined the

The guy' who wad bewailing the warm dry weather of: date question for congress as to what In stand answer he to will a -0--- Methodist church in Live Oak.

o & ? July is now ready to swap this cool, wet weather for most another lake lit reference to supporting thetarty If a row of columns is a col-bet "lorida.consistent,aud since member that time!and has liberal -
ticket on which he Is. run onade a row of lemons must een a !
kind. [ Miami Beach Sun. supporter of the church.
.. lemonade.-
ning and which" sent him to co..rpea. -
; I Ii Father's Day processionwould John Wesley White .and Mary\
,, o Chairs his opponent. Is And a
i ought always to keep his: and out for the Republican be a pa-rade.-Clermontfress. Noble Ray were married Christmas -
Wauchula Advocate says a man rat and
of in Griffin, Georgia
bones about Then I suppose a row day,
place so neat and attractive that hia neighbors won't be ticket UalnesvllTe and make Oall'lun.no roosters would be a cockade and a though they had been married LET'S TRADE
I t.- of
*I ashamed to live next door to him. ---- row of hot mamas a marmalade; orty-four years the warmth

o Did we hear It rumored that but a row of ginger wouldn't be heir love had not grown sold but

Green of Florida Klngerade! ; because It would probably on the contrary had deepened and

L Atlanta Journal says another type of jay-walker nuisance Congressman would have appreciated a rvMpll-- be mixed up In' some high <
fa the group of three or more who plant themselves in the center nentary vote for president" at ballade.-Tarpon Springs Leader. our children were born: Olin

+," confab. ? We should be willing to And a toe dancing act In vaude- Vesley Cassia Klbon, Richard
of the sidewalk for a prolonged iouston and to
C. White,
t. him one If he succeeds In the ,tlle. then, Is baluatrade.Clermont Ray and George
o live making for reapportion- Press. We, started all this ..11 his loved ones he leaves the forOur
he Is
r Proponents of state division should have started work nent of representation. We should md after reading the comment we priceless heritage of an honoredame. ,

of highways permitted the people be willing for him to get two rould like to amend the original The greatest grief of his
before the present system wen of his sllendld'oon. '
tatement to read: If a row of columns life was the
1 4 of one section from getting acquainted with other parts ol rotes.--Orlando---0---- Is a collonade. then a row of ) son Lieut. Richard. Kay 4 NewJOUDYfcAKS

c be Florida column- Vhite. who fell at the Battle ofSt.
the state. of the Florida Cement emona
w; ; I 4' The plain Miami Beach Sun. Mlhlel. France In the fall of
I o ompany la Tampa wilt clos lin- sts.-- 918. ""'- .. .... .. ... .... '"'

The rolled stocking seemed to have rolled up.-Times- I Soon after their marriage the

;r # $' ? "I P Union. Saw a pair yesterday rolled down to within five de tS. 0. I.. AND L1QIOII -In and chsrge.Secretary Mellon Is the man young home in couple Conway.established Orange county their, ( .

c ,,4 .' r', grees of zero.-Bradford County Telegraph. Where Is Zero?- Congressman Clyde R. Hoey of "This In Is the the cabinet man who with has Secretary bee- .Florida where Mr. White was an.cUe

' Gainesville Sun. Five points below five degrees.* his serving steward and Sunday school
'tk w'' j4 Carolina baa till
:North eight
; the
Hoover for past supcrintenddent. Mr. and. Mrs_ Let's see how much good mileage you
L1 e
opinion In and the'* emphatically coming campaignvery Other years' and la the same man who White established a family altar have in your old tires. We'll figure\ it fair
clearly with Boas Vare, whose election I
The editorial item sent out by the state chamber of com leading men of the south have along to the senate from Pennsylvania 'In their home and the custom of and give you, full value for it.

". merce dealing with state road 28 was somewhat misleading, declared that they will stand by was so flagrantly corrupt reading Bible and from offering some portion an evening of the Then you apply that credit on the low price

a, referred to grading the democratic party. that the senate woudn't let him
in that the status of construction given prayer was continued until the ot new GOODYEAR TIRES.
Hoey said: "I am dictated'the nomination of
Congressman enter,
4 : 5fY and rot to a complete road. for AI Smith for president without Hoover at Kansas City and it was like last evening Bishop of McTyre his life at and family they You get new tire life safety, traction, good

o CXCUM and without apology."I published In' every paper In the worship often repeated these looks the best and most of long. low cost
1 h4s l q I of the was a democrat yesterday. land ,lines tire mileage built into "The World's Great
the representatives :
Pulpits according to earthly and
am a democrat today, tram: "This Is the One moral atmos-

d I' Master, can be used to make controversial political statements going; to be a democrat tomorrow. phere pervading: the republican "When soon or late they reach est Tire"-GOODYEAR.

t r' 4 but are not to be used for a debate on the correctness I believe the welfare and general party Into which our southern "dry that coast. We get a new customer-and you bet Good-
of the south will be vouchsafed asked to enter. -
w ,of the statement made. good only through the democratic democrats Tampa Dally. are Times. O'er life's rough ocean wanderer driven. yea Tires and Our Service will keep you

and that the government of May they rejoice no with us, too.Let's .
p 4 O- party will\ be best administered ........................ I lost .
k this nation "
A family lu Heaven. do it nowtSUPREME t '
Starke the day
Received a letter from a friend in other by and through the democratic
WOODLAWNWoodlawn. :
which read : "Will be in Jacksonville one day next week and party and that only In this way I' :. I II

\I' Ig will 'lock' up" Now what the dickens: I-Phil Armstrong will the government function fully ..........>............. I In 1895 Mr. White moved hla
you the and for thirty-
t and fairly for the benefit ot : family to Starke. '
4 in Times-Union. It might be a typographical error; then average man. This party has i Aug. 17.of-Mr. and two year he bas been actively engaged SERVICE STA.
Mrs. John Starling
again justice could be awakening. been and la, the mouthpiece of the were visitors here Tuesday. In the mercantile business
masses and I... speaks the language on the corner of Call and Walnut
and two children '
Mrs W N. Cox
:, o of that large body of cltixen' streets He was a member of the
Miami' last week
of spent
:' s\.)local). writer refers to AI Smith as our "cock-tail enemy whose vote Is heard only throughIts here with her parents. Mr. and city council a director In the No2 Starke, Florida
; council . Bank of Starke. a trustee In the
." Under the illicit liquor policy of the Republican party :Mrs. D. L. Phillips. Methodist church and at one time
"I yield to no man <\ woman.mlnl.ter
here Monday.
{ Hoover can with equal fairness be termed our "moonshine In my loyal School opened was a member of the school board.
{ or layman. August 6th. with a Urge attend ;
k It then would not require expert diagnosticianto and I The deceased was a quiet. unassuming -
ti enemy an and devotion to prohibition I
kr man of unusual force of Declare] War All Insects-Kill
determine that Smith represents the Southern white man'sparty my sincere desire to stamp out ance.Mrs.._ ',"m. etrlngfellow of Pa- character possessing good Judgment : on

and a gentleman's drink. liquor and all the evils Incident .to ; latka is the guest of her parents.Mr. In business) matters and Integrity .,...,. Be.. Brand insect powder
f the raffle, but I refuse to and Mrs. M.-D. Carter. I of character that won high or Uqoid kills F1..S,Ant.Roach_PouI'F7' BEB BRANP
-- 0 stampeded to the support of a Mrs. D. U Phillips and daughter if!..tI'S1U>*t'".**.&.*BK -.n otheito- rJ l'e'J.
his '
I party that for the past eight year I Mite Debbie were visitor regard for him among asso spot or s'.m.U,powdvr on plants idpttr .nests
The negro politician would never, support Smith if the I II bas had about the biggest distiller to Starke Saturday afternoon. I clatea. In conduct and characterhe : I and p. & Writ .for fREE learnt booll.1. If (' a1.00 /u.rl

'14 latter didn't represent the booze interests. AI will not enforce In America at the bead of the J. S. Norman and Oscar Carter,' rallied; Blackstone'a Ideal of a ea".up"IJ'.w.wtllablpbyp.rc.lpoatU poatsC 30.lsnnu'tlAprteanam.dDlecos.M1Cxa t "
good citizen for he "lived honestly : Cp.. _. ML
I ; prohibition enforcement! man visitors to Jacksonville -'
the 18th amendment and everybody with brains were business
any made millions out of liquor I hart nobody, and rendered toevery
who has .
knows it. If you want to kill a law, place the enforcement oft I raffle and has fattened on the Mrs.Wednesday Carrie Smith, and nephews. man his due. He was a

it in the hands of its enemies.-Palmetto News. And everybody -' misery and suffering, poverty"and Maurice and Melvin Carter were devoted husband and a wise and.
loving father his love and kindness
rM1 with brains know'also that during the past eight years squalor of the multiplied thou-the visitors to Starke Tuesday. extending to his grandchildren
sands who have purchased
_ .t the Republicans prohibitions ardent allies, have made the damnable stuff from his barrooms. Belgian cement rAn h* unloaded daughters-ta-law and other
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country bone-dry Yeh? Go take a dip in the gulf. Friend dlatlUerira. and breweries and a from steamers In Tampa cheaper relatives who will sadly miss h1.cheerful

i Russell, and you'll probably find the water strongly impregnated man who has fought prohibition ounce ,than the Florida Portland Cement Citizen a presence.husband_ As a father a man. a n
at stage with every their product
every Company can ship
with booze. and Christian gentleman-he was won, ODOR
w I of his influence and energy", !from the plant on Tooker'a Point CAA
and God has crowned him.
o wbo had enough Huqor\ on hand to to the Uceta yards of the Atlantic
The deceased leaver to revere.
float a battleehlp when pro billon ,Coast Line Railroad, says the Tampa -
I A fire which broke put in the pressroom of the Bradford went Into effect. This same man. I Tribune. his memory his beloved wife;

r destroyed Mellon now has thru I three children Olin W. White.Miss .
County Telegraph last Thursday afternoon completely Secretary
E. and George
Casaie White.
his companies, liquor stored A survey will soon be made on
,the printing equipment of that splendid newspaper PLANET
7 warehouses amounting to many the Ocklocknee: river preparatoryto C. White: four grandchildren

according to press reports. We are sorry to learn of this mis- millions of dollars. and be la get- impounding the water In the Etholta. Dorothy, Carol and Olin

fortune and hope it will pot prevent the Telegraph's coming I tiDe a high price for It"This 'Jackson Bluff project states a White. Jr. three brothers S. J.
White R. 1.. White, of Live Oak.
who>> Is now at dispatch to the Florida Tlmee-- STRAWBERRY PLOSDeWittC. \
Is man
i to our exchange desk regularly nor Editor Robinson's attending ', ion. and T. White, of Texas one slater .

the PaRAGraphers' meet in Hastings next month.-Wau- I the head of prohibition eaforcej Mr. Laura Bllxard. of Ath "
ftt transferred I 1.'.... T.... .
meat--the republican LeeabnrgBranch omen of
chula: Advocate. It takes more than a fire to keep the Telegraph -j I I ,
:.enforcement from the departmentof Singer Sewing Machine Company A wealth of oeautltul blotters' Jones
'' from coming out on time and the editor from attending silent .
Justice where It properly be- ,opened In Mole Black on So"tJaltb messengers of respect fort

1 I i"' the PaRAGraphers "annual." longed to the treasury department Street. !' dead.and sympathy" for \h.eII.-.
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