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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 24, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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rii.!', BOLL WEEVIL COMPLETION ROAD 28 IS MRS. ROSS SAYS Exchange ClubSunshine Judge Adams GREEN AFTERARTILLERY 1:1;,iii: :


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,\ THIS COUNT IS NOT ISSUE On Thursday.-August 18. the Of Smith's Greet O. ,r. C. UN '
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Meeting Called for J\ext, ..
1IoD.layNlglt Starke. Exchange!: Club ran Its Ilrst '
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.rj : at Palatka Courthouse Uonuwrntlr trader" Defends Ntanll i annual Sunshine Special. On tbll "
j : During recent field iiispectloi M\V; I.IUSSHOO'rRTI; : <;D- : I Judge B. n. Adams writing I I toI Congressman R A. Green i la ft
the Brooker section of the coun.t S of Smith.Charlottesvllle. occasion the lucky children were the celvlng '
News
) In I Morning of Savanna'Gu. encouriiglng response ;. !I
the the JacksouvllChildren's
II )'. the presence of the boll wee- 1'ulatka, Aug. 21.-A meeting S Contract for the construction I youngsters" at ., asks that Governor Smith his efforts at establishment of 4 'ci I;: !

\'|11| bas been noted In the colton of tho chamber of commerce ror S of the Telegraph's new pressroom Va.. Aug. 18.- Home. The forty chi own statement of his creed as aD artillery K. O. T. C., unit at ', ,
dren at the home have beon I I lu
fields In )limited numbers.' They the purpose of discussing a definIte S was awarded to SmithS Mrs. Nellie Tayloe Ross formi I American Catholic be published University of Florida. Recent!) >i' '4'

appear In small numbers at pres- campaign of activity looking & Thompson of Gainesville governor of Wyoming and vice summer quarters at the Brooklyn acid In this connection, Judj sent telegrams to Chief of ti t '','I''; '
Hotel at for the
Keystone
eut but with favorable condltloi toward the completion of stai te e and work started Saturday. At chairman of the nallonal deem Heights Adams BHJB: Charles P. Summerall; Secret ) 'V *
, several weeks tl |
past through
for their development, as has exIsted : road No. 28, has been called ror this time the walls are about :ratlc committee, speaking befoi As a large number of exDemo.crats of War Dwight F. Divls. meml 1 'U\

during ,the past ten day, called: for next Monday evening at two-thirds completed and the the iustltutte of public affairs i i of generosity of the Keystone Boat expect: to vote against doJrnor of the House Military Affairs c ''I.' "j.i ":
of Trade.
there Is a possibility that there: eight o'clock in the courthouse, a< contractors expect to have the the University of Virginia, toll1) Smith ou account of h2hurch tulttee, and others. ::- 'Ir" "
On !Mrs. Devlin and
Thursday
will be quite a number to go Into cording to Secretary Harris. roof on by last of the week. denied t that prohibition can I be In simple Justice to him J General Summerall baa w: ,,'\' '
the other took the
matrons ( bOYI
hibernation this fall. The preeei Doth the Kiwanis club and and S The addition to the present properly termed an Issue In the and girls to the pavilion at Key.; wish to quote Governor Smith him as follows: "Reference 'I"I t i' :,,'< I

crop will sustain practically no 1 Injury : the chamber of commerce have recently C building will be 41 feet long present presidential' C'ampalan.Both Mono Heights, and here they were iwn language of his creed, as aD your telegram' relatives to ei. I, :

from tnT4 source since the made unsuccessful effort S concrete tile being used and parties and both candidate, met by a delegation of Stark American Catholic. llnhment of !field artillery R. 0'' ,,: .
well'matured and the ac. the entire building to be stuc- she pointed out, have pledge C., unit at the University of F I
bolls are to obtain something definite from I- folks with food ready for a plciilG. The Atlantic Monthly of May, II" .
tlvlty of the weevil Is conflned I I to the state road department an I to S coed. themselves to enforce the elgh W Alderman and I,. Wyma 1927: published his reply to Mr. Ida. Please be assured that e, ,! .
and developing 1 kloon S While of the new tee nth amendment. consideration will be given, to- It I ) .
the squares the immediate future program part of the Exchange Club were the Mumball of New York. Governor
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which would under normal conQtlona coutemplated for this hlghwa; I equipment to replace the. "The chief' difference Itii. the It- committeemen In charge of affair Smith summarises his position I I In tabllshmeut of the unit at thl. tHtltutlon. I :, ,:'t;I
very little if any.; S machinery Is arriv IIIudo of the two partleetowarprohibition. You will be Inform 'I"
produce jays llurrlu. All that has been reo pressroom After some singing and games the the following language: i ie \ ,
tblng. celved in the way of InforinatloIUIB S ing. It will be a matter of !she continued, "ill luncheon was spread out, sum "I summarize my creed as an action taken at the earliest PI'\ ';, 'Ir I ,..

Even though very little Injury been a report as to the ate S three or four weeks yet before that the democratic party.In coi wlches, bananas, randy and a toy American Catholic I believe I I In !tlcuble date." ., \I"I I

will be felt on the present cro tUB of the grading done-nothlnan S the Telegraph can tunicS jplcuous contrast to the declaratlt republ or favor for eucli child. A few ape the worship of God according I to CougresHman Virgil Chap(| 11,1."I.|, .

we should adopt all measures that to the completion although a out un Issue In Its own plant. can party, through the > rial
might reduce to a minimum the request that a reply be sent tbe S of Its platform and candidate' has' Devlin to especially' deserving chl man Catholic church. >II recognize the house military affairs com1' tI"', )
that will survive the S S S S S S S S S S dealt more frankly and' nonestl) I Institutions tee has wired as follows; '' t t '
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number wln'l chamber of commerce's request dren. There was plenty to gO no power in the of nt) 'I,1'', I
and Its plank
with the public upon
teir' and emerge during the for Information was sent the chali around und some left over for an. I Church to Interfere with the open wire received in my absence. i It,,,
HAHTKRN: !: TAn .IC1'IODl prohibition Is slgnlfcantiy more Lion of the Constitution: of the glad to wire Secretary of Wa .t'I '
spring. I man of the board several week other meal at the* home which I II' "
; Immediately after the cotton has ago. xpliclt. In need of 'all the assistancecan II United States or the enforceinei requested by you. "Ii"
been picked and before the Drst trlct picnics of the Caster Dip*. not,011'; ; Itume get. Everything!: was Ihoiougl. of the law of the land. I believe I Congressman Frank Jamei h''q II Y
There Is no argument as to the Star order will beheld at Wort not ; Michigan who i la kJ'tor
does ,
"The democratic party <
a powerful
killing frost baa come the plant Iy appreciated by the boys and In absolute freedom of consclom tai,. ,
to Put
August
of the highway
should be cut down and killed t trsmove to Importance Ington Springs Thursday, evade Inclusion of prohibition bllt girls, who cheered for t the Ex.: for all men and In equality of all on the Republican side of, ,:, 1, ;f.
Ram county and the!! particular and their families
30th. All Stars pledges Itself to an 'honest effoi lunch :hurch, all sects and all bellei military affairs committee has t !
the
food supply Club after wtjerved.
the !
reduce change it
or need of It by residents of tbe Are Invited to come aud bring well: ) I Ial follows "Wire a
of the weevils to enforce not only the eighteen : before the law as a matter of rljt 41( : received) .. l
thereby to die causing that many would otherwise northwest section of the count] filled baskets. Elizabeth C. Evan!: :itnende.nl but all laws pursuai Mr. and !Mrs. O. W. Aldermai steel( not as a matter of favor. will take the matter up wl h.I"(" e 1/I ;
continued Harris therefore It I ts Dial. Associate i
Secretary, Eighth thereto and that Is all that Is II War Department, '!
into hibernation and Mrs.! T. J. Aldp.rmanIra.! Shannon believe In the absolute sepuratlo j 't i .
possibly go lime to outline some definite plan O. B. a.URIUHTtj. humanly possible to do. Mr. Green tau also 'recel,. : i J
nest spring. During thE Butler, Mrs. T. J, Orinin. Mind 'Of church and stale and In Ihe j, ?
emerge .of: action and And out just why tbo -- would that, Judgemerely letter from DI' J, J. ,
"It seem Tlgert. I'
tall la the time to begin the war OD !Mrs. F. .9'. Stump with their strict enforcement of the provli p; 11t\ \ 'pW-
! the Weevils that might eventual! apparent reluctance of the depart-I LIGHTS IN LAWTKR. Y upon the strength of the children and Mr. and !Mrs. Wyma Ions of the Constitution that Cot dent-elect of the University) fiI\I ,',''J, ..{; ,itI
meut to make a statement two planks from the standpoint of Florida, advising him of his l Ii e: f
trouble in,the spring of tbe and their daughter helped serve {rest shall make no law respect. ", 11
cause he people of the county a Cordon of Miami visited oue I and bent Gi"cooperatlon
I D. prohibitionists the democratic the food and cold drinks. in establishment of religion or efforts In fii" 1.j %
coming rear.3COIIK right to expect. the Klorldan office Monday and would be distinctly worthy (of Ou Monday when the report prohibiting the free exerrlt matter. Mr. Green has expre ,1ft'(| 'j j I

In the meantime additional el was profuse in hla compliments tMarlanoa. praise and support and yet, at received It was found that the thereof. I believe that no trIbunal I himself aa being very hopeful'I ,i "

ONM VOn HOOVERloyal ; fort will bo made said Harris, to "However." he said. "I once after the Kansas City 'coiventlon. total was money collected' for the pit of any church has any pow the Uulverstty would receive, ,"t\! ': I i. .

jbtaln some statement as to the And a peculiar situation here, and and before.the democrat decree of unit. it 1 1C
nlc was at 8.00, In addition to donations jr to make any an, !
EverY one hundred per. program or policy of the stat that is the habit of allowing eieryoue party had made any decUrattoi' of drinks and liincbe force In the law of the land, othe I I\\ ;

rent red.blooded American will at, oad department In the matter. to go throught your street leaders over the country of tt. There wan a balance left over of than to establish the status of Ita I MUNATOR!: GEORGE; TO :i ,

plaud the following utterance, 01 All communities along the route' at night With bright lights on their! Anti-Saloon league and the Woo $3.35. It was voted to use thll own communcants within Its uw" "1'1'(111IN TA> %I'I,' .

Mr, Herbert Hoover In his acce(. it State Road No. 28 are being autov-r-thls is the only, place whei en's Christian Temperance Unto to send over fruit and syrup to church. I believe In the suppui ,: ;'I

tance speech: asked to participate In the meet the practice Is so common e'JIcept; announced their entire utlatai the children and additional $.,150 Of the public schools as one of IIIjornerstonei \<< Senator Walter F. George,' ;

"In this land dedicated to tol ng particularly, and It Is hope in Lawtey, but even there an 01 tlon -with the republican pfutforn was added to this fund for the of American. liberty I speak at a political rally in Ta.! (|
of nil sections of the county will evl- sometimes shouts 'turn on Tills justifies. I think the conclla' I .
outbfeaks fiver of
rrance we still find ame purpose. I believe in the right every pal the night of August U, C.", !( "
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deuce an Interest In the matter. 3rour'dlmmer..' Many people are aba that they were first ol all reo whether his chll "t'| ,'
Intolerance. I come of Quake The Home Is non-sectarian, and lOt to choose "Mai'dee, chairman of the H I'I' I }' ,: '.
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slock My Ancestors were verse. The following exchange' of wire killed every year In Florida be- publicans and prohlbltlonlata af \la In charge of Mrs. Mell Leonard shall be educated In the public borough Democratic committee 'I 1 :' ,

cuted for their beliefs. Here the: today with Force A. hathaway, cauae of these bright lights. _.fbere terwards. I The children all appreciate an 01)- ichool or In a religious school sum; !\ after being ,i.olulced. i.'

Bought? and found, reyglpus! ..free., chairman: .qtjhe! state road depart should be a ,state law..ramovln, Republican PUnk CUM! port ,nlty to visit In homes for a pdrted by1 those 'of tila own" fall! ,' national .iiarty- headquarters uotlfladjn', ". 'tt." -I'p,

dom. By blood conviction I stand moot was made public this alter licenses from drivers who have "The republican) plant'l'eamrtn" few weeks and they benefit by It. I believe! In the principle of nonInterference ] New York. '; ; (\tj':}, e" .

for religious tolerance both In act noon by Secretary Harris of the this habit."-Marlanna. Florldan.ROYAI'L a doctrine that nobody dispute A number of them have been take: by this country In the A meeting/ of the state dc ;, '
I fl'cratlcv
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hamber of commerce: -.-'1- and that Is the constitution Is st of other nation I
The of our Mn Internal affairs
and; In spirit. glory I DECLARES: Into Starke homes already. committee will be heldV'lv'fJ" : ; 1 'i"
American Ideals Is Ihjj right of every Hon. Fops\ A. Hathaway) STATE< LAW BARS preme 'until It Is changed.! It ei Mai pan, Mra. Carl Knight, Mrs. tlR and that we should stand stead i that day. Sluce the addreM. 'f I !f

man to worship God accordlni, tate: Road Department. KILLING OK< DOVE; pressly recognizes the right of the. 'Prevatt and Mrs. L. Wymt tastly agalust any such luterfet' Senator George will formally \ 'q J'. .\\I;,

to the dictates of his own con fallahasttee. Florida. people to change It, and take uc have had one or more ot the chit ence by whomsoever It may be urg the campaign In Florida In bat 11,1'' .

science. Putnam county chamber of withdrawal tlce, there is not a word anywhere dreu. The Exchange Club urge ad. And, I believe lu the common the ticket headed by .Gove :
by
Invites you to be presen Notwithstanding ;; republican, cot. th. :' i
commerce that binds any others to visit the Home and hoi brotherhood of man under .
abov Smith It Is
We heartily commend the the government of Its regulation: planned to mak. ,I'. it '
Monday eve offlc
it meeting Palatka. <'8sman, president or any homeless child for a few fatherhood God. I
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friends who cannot I row a event of state wide
tp our protestant of dove lmporta.net
.i support Oov. Smith because hi I ning, August 27 relative state road< prohibiting during the shooting September It I Ilf holder to resist disturbance of tl\e\ weeks before school, opens. In this Mplrlt I join' with fellow C _-e ,:1 :" (i ,..
win In Florida '
the altar of thi I 28. By letter July 18 and eighteenth amendment. -____SDATE Americans of all creeds In, a for CHAROKI WITH ASHAtli ',' : 1 ,
worships at those birds during '
board of directors re- Illegal to shoot characteristic fran kne'h i ,
In ,
July 26. "With rent, that never again ,
"Mother Church.-"Ocata Banner, OF HTATI'JTKACHKRH ': prayer I.. >
because of a state eta ,
month
Information as, to program that Governor Smith baa Indicated that land will public servan 1'
luested ; MEET C'JI.NUElleo. this any : ; ,
: Warrants were Issued Mol \
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ou this road. To date we have bad tute. lie la not a prohibitionist In the ite challenged because of the faltl | : ,
FLORIDA FARM B. Royall. state game and< by County Judcp Oardlnerifoe/ i ",Vi
ex- J. of tbe
would appreciate meaning wall
and commonly accepted he has tried to
FRODCCT8 VAMTABMAgricultural no reply water fish commissioner at ( W Marks president of tbe In which. irroat of Elmo and Theo Pad! ', A '
Fresh 'I
asked ; :
presslon from the department con term. By what token are we education association announces lumbly with' bin God. '*H _'
Florida md Ray Williamson ot'Therd
official
of this highway Tallahassee, so advised to believe that Mr. Hoover I s ought to eatliify the men I' t "
jernlng program Thin !
that the annual meetlni, ,
to the value believe iharglng assault on George f')
products hunters now
that many i
Please advise. ueT -Certainly not from any: Novembe exacting Americanism." It will noof 'If ,
shipped month this year In Orlando on it, ThereuHa Sunday morning. '
next
$140,000,000 were could shoot doves ,
of they
COUNTYCHAl1D1:1t "
In the man:
PUTNAM declaration of his the course, satisfy those who wtl "I:
from, Florida during the 1927-21 : OK. COMMERCE because the federal, act was re been connected with 30 ani) December 1, during .a said to be In a serious cobdt'( > { I
rears he has The lot believe a Roman Catholic ucnatter' "
Thanksgiving vacation. from the attack made bit ''i : #
Rhodes,
Hhlpplng season, I*. M. yoked. upon '|, ,
state marketing commissioner estlmated. The open season on doves In official life. change has been made because of what bin character or record tile' trio, suffering from broken* : 1
utuam County Chamber of e general feeling that attendance when he says anything abou and cuts and bruises about ,
Duval county: will be from November & i. i I i "
NAMEREQUIRED belief that element' "
A total of 89,538 carloads of Commerce 20 to January 31, the letter VOTERS would be Improved by >a meetluitt its religious or the take lead and face where he was :

fruits and vegetables'were moved Palatka, Florida. iddod. a time that would not break up| which; accepts as genuine ed as be lay prostrate. :;,{11 "

the state during the season Have telegram. If chamber of ._- ON the teachers Christmas vacation. oath ail crlbed to .the Knights ol The three made bond when\ .
from 1 through Mr. Hart will Zolumbu, although Its spurious i,
b"'ing.ieader
WEDNESDAYMr. : '
Mr. Rhodes' report /shows, compared ;ommerce l'UlUUAUJoJ a este.d Williamson, said to
with 91,002 carlorfds shipped I lUrnlsh department with amount _.- ELECTION LIS'lIttorney fIJ, '10NH FKHTIMZKR; teas has been. repeatedly proven;; furnishing bond tt, I ,

the 1926-27 seasoi )f county funds available for com J. P. Dickinson of Hampton ---... who believe t that the Democratic amount of $300 aud the Padglelng > .

when during total citrus shipments were ; pletlon of road 28 In that count and Mrs. Delaney Geiger of The Bradford county used a total of lonventlou was bought up by the released under a $100 \ ,Ii'',

46.080 carloads compared with ind also secure Information from seen, were united In marriage fifiieral. Advlam Count;:) 13.6 tons of fertilizer during th< church l. and who are prepared tctellevo. > for their appearance at the I lf, "
as
37.S78 carloads this season. i city: officials as to when department Wednesday afternoon by Judge Official of State Law. month of July, according to the If the statement Is made ember term of eounty 'Ju '

in 1927 nay expect Its part of cost of un jeorge A< Gardiner, Mr. E. W report Issued by the Inspection bu to them that the Pope has a Pro ourt.: )' :
Of the total shipments
28. the fruits and vegetables valued lerpass we will 'be in position tc Hayes; and W. W. Balsden were Unless the names of Florida' eau, department of agriculture estaiit baby served up to bin. Cases scheduled: to come u'h:,' !,' 1

at 182,188.690.20 were raisedon id vise as to what may be expected witnesses. voters appear on the general dec The state used a total of 5,822ton. every morning breakfast.: the August term of court j 11;

Tb eference to getting hardsurfaclnjitarted .- plJIIlTliI4 Ion books, they will be Ineligible for that month. While I am quoting, I wish tcay ::continued until September I 4
less than 30,000, acres.Included on road 28 toward the to vote In the coming general election ----. that this name statement showi due to the absence of the coi ''i J

remainder of the total .all ol :lose of year If anything can be Mr. aud Mrs. Jamea Padgett,, regardless of the fact tha books to the general election hat since 1919. when Oovernoi pro ecutlng attorney, who is a,' ,
livestock and field crops road department 3rooker Aug. 20 boy, the attorney, general said. Smith first became governor", the
'one. Funds of state heir names may be on the primary;: books on his vacation. -
i, which was raised on far less that' are low due to reduction ol Mr. and Mrs. Oscar B. Green,, election rolls, according to Attorney Caution A'lvliKMl tent for the public schools hat C __. ',i'' _:

2,000,000 acres. receipts and it Is necessary to cur tftddleburg, Aug. 18: boy. General Fred H. Davis. Mr. Davis has written to each ;rown from $9,000,000 to $82- 't'TNAM MKKTI.MJ; : ON !

-- S tall our operations for present.F. Mr. and Mrs .M. L. Wynn, Brook The primary election and the board of county election super- iOO.000.00 with the result that the RO.tD PROJECT< CAL I I

Ol"N'J ()(<' I'BKVKNTIO.Y: : A. HATHAWAY n, Aug. 18, girl. eneral election are In no wise connected .rlsors calling attention to the pro public Hchuol teachers of New ------- 4'' ,
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WILL H.\v.: .:V.HIUJiTThe : Chairman Mr. and Mrs. Q. F. Wesbrook, the attorney general point;. rlslons of the law relating to gen. fork are the beat paid teachers I'alatka. Aug. 31. -State |;|,'

C Graham Aug. 17. girl. out in an opinion regarding the eral elections and cautioning then: nywhere, and Governor Smith has io. 28. particularly that pag J I

old saying'An ounce 01 RKTL'RNH: TO !STATE! TRISOX Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starling Law. eilHtmtlon.* books. to:: transfer the names from the demonstrated If conduct: can demmstrate the highway traversing Pull' ,

prevention la worth a pound ol ey. Aug. 18 boy. "The general election law," Mr >primary books to the general election anything, that he In the ounty U to tIe the subject founty

cure" Is well worth rememberingthis b'olomon. Kite who escaped from Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Parker, )avis asserts "expressly require books, the attorney general (rlends of the public schools. and .: chamber of comm1\ _

season of the year. The latter road camp In West Florida sev- ..;Starka Aug. S2, boy. hat there shall tie a certain set 01 laid. of the teachers.I meeting here on 'Monday ,I
part'of August and the month a rat weeks ago returned to the Mrs. Mildred Clark, Starke Aug. looks had and maintained for the Caution AdtUml quote again from thla article of next week. eYJ", '

of September Is the season when < farm Saturday and U! boy. general;: election. The form of ret. Mr. Davis baa written to each acts: as to Governor Smith's Amer. The gathering to < .' I, _

ronjnctlvltts\ (sore eyea) Is most itate himself prison up to Superintendent KNORAVOlTcONVENTION ttration book required for the oard of county election supervlsrs canlHm, and entire absence of re fforta to the surfacing ol ,,' j I _

prevalent. Most of the absentnese lave Blitch. Kite had served part CHRIhTlAN ; general election U entirely, differnt calling atentlon to the provls- Iglous bias; ilghway, which from report (, ; _
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The principals, of the schoolsare of three year term for larceny from the form of reglstratlot one of the law relating to general It la a well-known fact that 1 I hown to be practically comp J

occasioned by this disease. a In making his looks required for the primary. electIons and cautioning them to ave made all of the appointment .s to grading, Is the culmlni1t
The principals of the schoolearn.stly hon he succeeded three other prisoners Tbe University District C. E, Tarty Not Nrcensary. master the name from the prl- to public office on the basis ol recent effort by the tocaf,' ''" '1If _
with
urge-ill! parents to beginat ucape had been on the Convention Is to be held In Starke "For on thing the party affllla nary boks to the general election iierlt and have never asked any anls club and the chambe >, t < _

one with t1'eatment'of'' their lookout ihertff: Epperson for Kite .since his escape hla year This will be an event! Ion of the, voter la not shown\ 01 >cooks, before the general election jan about his religious belief. In ommerce to obtal") from the e '. ', _

children's eyes, so as toavoid would eventually Interest>' to all young people, ai general election books. Indeed In November. Otherwise the vot- he first month of this year then oad department the lD1m"it.[ to.
temporary and possibly permanent lellevlng he well as to those who are older. The the have In the capital at Albany concerning the hlgt,:' 3j _
here. and knowing ,arrest I believe It would be Invalid irs' In the primary would not lathued program I t" $
Injury to helle Important organs. urn up question of a few days, place of meeting will be the Presyterlan to require that registered ,"oterafor an opportunity to cast their votes be first governor's cabinet thai 'Itbout batlsf&ctory results. ''J \

A. few drppa or some> good eye- faa only surrendered a rattier than be > church, and the opening{ the general election should be In the general election. aver sat In this state. It was corn hl.hwayl4 i of prime ImportaD f t r

wart by
I Argjrrol being recommended. An returned- set for Saturday. Sept. 15th. tlon as that would have the effect aid. that supposing a county: had two Catholics thirteen Protect- tery for cross state travel bv; '1' .(I;

application, of eye-wash both mornIng iXfcCTIOX C TICKET: undsy the Kth will be a day of of requiring him to declare bow h. 1,000 people who should vote In ate, and one Jew. The man cUsestj .. medium for northwest 4 '\

and evening continued through CITY : ood things since a group of social rould vote In the general elecIon. he gerenal election and that the me In the administration of the county residence to I ,, '
avoidance speakers will be present' to adress the state of New products and reach 'P""j I
September will Insure lames of these 3,000 should be ovsrnment of irm f (
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\ of this trouble. At the council meeting Wednea- the-delegates. "The complete repeal of the prltary shown upon the poll Hats. York U he who bears the title olsslstant Inir centers of the county. :J \ __ _

CHIT day night petitions were presented This date has been set becausef law would not In anywise op- "Let us further suppose" he to the governor. lie hadbeen An Invitation has I
the body asking.that the follow- the opening of public schools Chairman Hathaway to bet _
BY TRfCK to rate to change the provisions oftbe laid "that In that county owing to connected with the governor's Pr)1 .
ag named persona have their on the 17th of Sept., which will general election law. Conse- the failure to transfer the names o fflna for thirty years. In subord- the meeting. ii _( _

M. I* Johns was slightly Injured ) ames printed to the official the offices ballot lean the return of those who have uently, the general election law rom the primary election to the late capacite until t promoted MaccleI1DYUdln: C- booi(' I
for that all the ,
aa canddldatea been a"a' so young him to tile 'posltioD which makesIra
the
books names
when exactlj election
and hla deniollshed eneral
wagon tust be administered Just
of tarke will have the rogreas here. .; _
struck by one. of the Cumberland anted. people opportunity aa If the primary election law did 01 2,509 Democrats are not shown the sharer with me of my ev -S j'it
Mills Mayor-H. C. Wall. of attending these eplru the election thought and hope and ambl- R. Hawleyahlng .
trnok Wednesday.afternoon, not exist." naofar as general ery Palmetto--J. 41 '
on the highway between Starke Alderman-W. L. Wall L. A. : l gatherings.' Keep the con-. The only way to get one'a name noks are concerned, to be regls Ion In the administration of the overall factory here.' I l' 1 44/,_ _

and Mr. John grove sooth of N. Sternberg.-C, A. Knight. entlon'ln_ mind._______ More-later.Qulncy on the general election books whoready Bred voters for the general elecIon. Late. He In a Protestant a repub- of church from .tt.w1.j J _______
town. Tbe driver of the truck Tax Assessor --Building permits Issued ( have their names on the You can readily see what can and a thirty-second degree tlOII : ,fJ f

Picked the Injured man up and Clerk Treasurer and CollectorC bere during first of year repreaent- rlmary,. election books. Is to transir 18 likely to be the consequences of [anon. In my public life I havereryplifi.d Is i the faith of American ,Catnday. -. t* ,
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Futch.MarlhalA t
A. that complete separa- ) .11''
brought him where ho primary ache a situation '
to town L. Alvarez., ed 180.no. 4 such names from the i"If",.
Wag given medical attention.
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f$* +NNNO 4>4>4>4>4>4>NMI REPORT OF COUNTY FINANCES .NN.NNNNNNNNN: Official Spokesman, Barred by. Will Roger,

ZIFF BRADFORD) COUNTY : HAMPTON : .

Ml. Opal Latvia Cor. .Ieo Ad. Ift__. c-. .
i FOR PERIOD ENDING SEPTEMBER Sfith) 1D27 '
NN N .: :......................: "Itont fall for llrtt cityshdter '
Zlff AUK. 24, -Mr. send Mrs. ft.iomaa The rellowta repent ef the receipt-.nd dlHbarMi_ _rt. '* tb county _.a.nipl>ou, 4&111JI.)4\ ,... J. P.JSufttvan .' barter? Honest Herb lier. is
and little daughter, Miss rand of TtralUord County fer tin vertod wndta' ftepteanibe 0th, 1927. who has been the guest w rote h but het got alteart -' i
with the InUanrea: and amount of warrant outstanding and a statement ".f ? 1:
of her eon, Cleveland Sullivan for of old!
-el, spent the last of the week '
of the assets and llnblllUea and the value of county property other, > 'than
Jacksonville with friends and nchoolof the said. Bradford County an reported on the 80tb day of September several days has returned to her a 4 ti e, Af

atlves. '1927 by the Board of County Commiimlonerii! and the Clerk of the home. I l

Litdaughter I .Circuit Court .In. hereby published under the pft>VJ.iaot Chopper; .u. Misses Kathryn Weest and Thel-

Actof 1816 Law of :Flortda. ma tSuUtvan.! were visiting l in

;' lid, wpenf several days of last ERNEST AMOS.Comptroller.. Gainesville last Wednesday.Mrs. .

: her with' her parents, Mr General Fund .. Bishop of Norfolk Va., arrived 4aA.P
rt J4r 4. B. Thomas.M "i ..,(. here this week. 'She. will

t | "Harvey 'Warren rand none, heposltory4rala.s-e.t e ril -..., 1927 _____..*___: I. 1 .'5' spend The Vemalnder of the sunt-
___.____.____ 183.69
WJdo' spent the week-end here Outstanding warrant, April l..t. 1927 mer months with ber d.ugliter, ,

[,An Mr. and Mrs. "W. II. Wairen.Mr' Net t.alance..Aarll -at.B27 _____.., .,,.. .,.. __ ., I 'I i 1.01 Mrs. K. B. Wattewon.I MH!
''I ,,1 : J. W. Lewis and son, L>. 0.} Iter.fpt. Monlk.lam AMLAICA
dtty Starke ( 1rr".lf.. tacea ____________________-.. 4/ZM.44 W. "E. Middleton tX Starke
Visitors to punday. 4.'uniptroller. rednmytlanR ________-.___ i09J! a, nl war a professional -visitor tiers this
t,; ''v' ,Mr. and Mrs. '7. B. Thomas Oomiitroller railroad tax -_-------:--. 1.899.81 .
r ; i( ct the last part of the week In Rrariford Co. Abut. Co., rent ____ 4*.04))" I week,
c-ourthoue fence 40 00It '
"lfOrk.
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i kaonvUle with their son, Mr. Bank interest .60 10.467.'E 'Mr. ann -li"* Cone attended!

K. Thomas. church services at Sampson City, ,._ .... ...
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r' MAkin nr b\I8f"" __________-______----_ 1$469.ti1. .
1 t, Mr.: Johns of Clayno, was la .........._.... far MX" Mo lk.iof \ last Sunday. *. "If elected Hut Anybody :5 I. flank the
> section on business last week. I\a.la.ry: Clerk of the. CUroult Cnnrt a. County Miss Cortez Louglas, is visiting pledge myself plank voters on liquor
s Mite S. T-. Prescott was shop- Auditor and Clery to County ComiwlanloiwrnPer ''IIO. D Jn JackBOirvlll this! week theguest I wlllnClt ha** any UrtcialbpuWrsnj.n l -. \ with ten votes can have a question w: 'Win for the rich
} ttlem and Conun4.mloJHn-a-. .99,20 and that
ry'', 'Brooker Saturday.r. mllcaceof of leer friend Mrs. B. II.LofUn. plank policy is already beer for the and
? Pay of nbw-irr' Car attendance nn County \ dfrfaratioii of l lot of We poor moonshine
*I J, "W Lewis was attendingtnaines3 cummisslunsre_ _____________ -'..008ala..lp. Another ringing gettingus a support. for) the dry9"
.. of Other. Oftlnrm and lmptori's: campaign prmcrt'lt\ fibeen are also 'Iea*ing room between
tn Brooker Saturday AttM-rn-K far will not only give the
t ; I U Mr. vnd Mrs. ir.; II. Howard Rupervlnor of H-I't'' .ration -_____._____ 12000 Jhas recently returned. from a basl-, wards bearing on his. race think should be In<;"rtrd. So here ianurr relief, ...e will. curt him "I t

'4 rfifldren spent slat Sunday at "Repalm Court to Cnirnty HoiiHe 2iulldln_ __._..: _. ,__?_.___ X43'00 ness trip to Washington D. C., tar l-'nf'idrJlt as the candidate f>itlie i, my most important planks to Muig farmer

'{Jrbanks with relatives! and Jail ____i i H-- __-j__ 7 00 Chicago and other points of interest Anti-Bunk Party for which date: 7. 'No.:. matter _flat'.
rnds.'Mr. Furei//tars and for Courthoaim '\ 8896884xpenses left' last Saturday for Worthington he was recently nominated by on our
at County BuiUmr": : 1. 'Ovir !support \\ ill haw to ,,platform now on November: 6 wt
and Mrs. Tl. B. Thomas and Janitors; and other attendants> _____ 800:00: ) Sprigs, where he will\ vlaH Life the I humorousserLly: sad come from those who 'want will hate a .bonfire. end bunt the
l ii lT tighter, Miss Hazel, spent last Light Fuel and Water ____---_.._. !06.81Incidentals. his father before be returns to nltech distinguished/ Amrrican6.indudinl' : NOTHING: have the assur- platform. .
I : _.______________ 76689Care Henry Ford Ni.hol.f: : of getting it. Ir
5 at Fairbanks with Mrs. ance '
lajr his borne
pledge
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8..1 also
for Poor myself
: Murray Btitler, King Lardnrr, : that >1l
::4i j ; .mas'. mother, Mrs. E. Howard :Allowance. made. to panperslostsld4. ...f poor u Rev. Lewis of Waldo will preachat Harold William .Aflenline 2. "Whatever Hoover or Smith *l "l'd.1 will rot ,hays any Ofhcial'Sptfctsnuii -
rI houses ______, _. 8.50 Lloyd
and Iii
paid tiy warranta promise! you. we'luisr\ 'em at -
;' Mtsa 'Rutty'Kelly spent Wedneqfnlght Coroners InHqueata: .'f-.n the Baptist church next Sun- \\' and Judge Ben Luide.v, : ". .
4l } 'at Brooker with her Fees of officer., lU1'orll'.n4; witneHHe _______ .. '. 24684 day morning and evening.O. In his Meekly, _..peal kit support least 21p..r(/ cent' "And'speakinc'opokesmen: < a

j ;, btirwMiae} Mary Mott. Mir. 'Thomas spent Thurs- Transferred. from Fine and Forfeiture Fund ______ :?r -, .,. 1.00.00 ; d friends In Wildwood last Saturday "Preparatory to tuning. < *n- fgrusive ers, slogans; boll-wce\ils! luncheon pet'the idea that the Rcpublujiuc.didnrv
//l r ixlgtft here with Mr. Lloyd statJ"v.z.a Printing: .. '.. and Sunday. caiiiiaiR| !: tvlucli u >ery Blan.kn, rto. ____ 1E691J24.U6 the into the ant .gnli" nI119. 'Probably we'll Cokmocf'dicoean4id"tc i i&
',; ie al. Rerord 'books _-_______ _____- ,.'! '. w. i Mrs. W. A. Vtrnau o'f V.ro, who carry war nj:.:lit; enemy liminute o'good l Jwbnny
'' er 111'- bV"M'
1rrrl'Clry-1 1 owe rt tn tie>' : man'ot Kai*u ; Oth voter real!
Advsrthstng required by law andypaid for by !'. i )
r.r v r ----a- "uounty ________________ ..,' 190.9 has been visiting her aunt Mrs. Anti.$IItII:4 Who" 1avenominatf ,;; canrRp Commissions paid 'to offlcern, : T. F. Brown returned to her home me for Ire'neut! tt> Aiut "P. *"'/ Al Smith the 'city flicker, and/
Tax assessoroolledter__________?______--,______ ,' this week. 4. "Ht.1'1J 1loo\-er Hit honrst
1815.91 stand 10 rt.n' "Wr.boQhttflY; pro.niie -to: country
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Tax __ _________
X ollets which are not growing Sheriff, general court work ______..__-____ \ .461.94 : Nlram Wynn and family were "I I want" r '.c.4.! .."C.. 4 off: male III(, ..eBrt'. B".t' ,voLts by sex ""boy, Aral that '('jq;'nattrrsly'! :bats
"p sthould be sold 'for broilers. Clerk: circuit court recording; and federal. 'visiting In Sampson City last Sunday ,4. ..... i '. ... sn rnr ehrn n. dv r....Ii"ilre."
s court work ,_____--?---i--_--- 71.6 1..6&.92 u__ __ Hun_

9; \1/aoft cloth dampened with alco-i Laving 1Ia1a.tJell! ____________________________ 91S.71 L. -A. Johns and family were shopping l in Starke.tola w-eck. school here spent the weekend Ira Dee;.
[ wUr remove fly specks. vpttds Cr.-mript uertltted inJt Jl'N'II""t.ed' -._-.--?._...____ iu.GM> business. visitors to Starke this ter, Mrs R. M. Paver. with friends In Lawtey.J. .

11 Net balance, September 80th. 19Zl! ______________ 808.21 week. Mrs. M. L. Andreu and daughters T. Jones, has recently had hla Tam.pa-.New t tre.Highway; JMo
I "I, J74 t g JoBhnon says that handle Warrants outBtamliT Septembor (Oth, 1S27 _____ 117.90 Rev. Dlckson, pastor of the Gladys and Edna who have bungalow on Church street repaired 17 to Jacfeamvilto' will be opened

' ', j rand footwork amount to a Deponltory balance September JOth JOn __________ 92'\.7J .First Christian church filled\ his been the guests! -ot Mrs,' A-mdren'a and abort January'1.
gat deal more If directed byd regular appointment here last Mr. and 'Mrs.'"1'.' M. iagan ytepalntqd.W.
parents
Fln-ellas Park-"Work
of ila- on erection
P. flirt and family
t {, .h adwork.litsj. Fine and Forfeiture Fund Sunday. S. have returned to their home at "
chua visitors hare
county were of 'ateel: structure ot second
Mr.'and Mrs. J. F. Johnson were Leesburg.Mrs. .

r rye or rope win make a Deponltry balance, April Int. 1927__ _____ __ J10.85 Mr. and Mrs. O. Haynes, haye.f'eoeotly' last Saturday. story of new U. 8. Hammered Piston
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d KTitrlnR crop this winter. Outstanding Warrantu, April 1st, 1927 ________ '6.10 returned to their home W. C. Thomas, first ssitant Mrs. C. Taylor of Starke l is the IUng'factorynnder. construction -
the latter part of Sep- visit with their daugh- teacher in the ''public guest of her 8i8ter-In-Iaw. Mrs.; here.
c- Net balance ,Ap.rIl1I1t. 1927 ___?_,------ 44.86 }here after a .
iwr'or>later.JMakrng Hrrift for Mix Meath.tNromafmmptr.lier .
a t :Tedemptlona _______-_------__ 69.17 9 5 .
Wherllt. nnea _____..______... 6,9.3.96 I
B game of everyday general I fund transfer ___...-_____________ 1600.00 7.643.13
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tfn',la one --way of teaching chitr -
,. f Making L balance ..
--------+- 7.6,81.8 ,.
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.fnlo Tike the tasks which they nixbarxmrnta for Mla. MontHiHehrllf i I "
4j i ve'to'perform each day and deputies, oont bllle 6n r4nUnal I J"' I ,
,15.5. w ___________,L________.___,_-_ 1.9TT.6S ..}, .
Clerk of the circuit court, cent bill in crltn- I
JBpuds Johnson says that the 4-H final eases .____________.____,? E06T A good place to trade '4'/J'/
Gts 111) fflves'farm boy and girls anportunlty Oounty Jlld"-., rout! belle in .criminal.ases786.78 .'
"ounty prosecuting attorney conviction free ft 60.OOBO '
( to meet together, play BaUITe" pay for attendance. on criminal oourt ,00 : The Pan-Am sign lw y*matka a reliable
i '.sthfal' and work together rilsesa f.- ______._______ 64474
!l ri heeding. : prisoners _a_,_. ____... ,08.70 service station. It la oaljr Issued to t/
} f Pay of Juror In criminal I raeen, county and .. .
Ja.-tl I -
# I Mat plus with beads broken oft Guard at jail ._ ?,. __, _..._______ 604126 .
"' ',A itttck through candles keep 'Coaitfnjtent --------- '------------ S36.41 6.1(8.17 ;, .

til" : c aeloasidles In shape during hot Leaven halanoe 01._ ... 'I. ..:
Cl'.ilcrl.&l t.cartlasd.notr.srtsems.-,_..... t.ut'lJ ._._
n[WtLefsaysMlss Bertha Henry, -{ .'/' .' ,' -i'/o"' S.

4, s l (bemonstratlon agent InOkaBoudoirland Net balance. Brptember aD. 1424 _...___ .1.0.111. '\' A 1 1

1 'a9a'county.'f Warrant. outctandln, *. September. 90. 4987.Pvpoaltory .--___ 711.10 ,' ;

'f balance Sept. BO, 192T_____..___.?_ 1.71KJ 1 .
f :

Road Fund '


Depository balance April let 1M7 __?...____, 1lte.14; } 1'OR p1'I
:: P BV Outstanding warrant.. April lilt, 1927 ____--____ None

Net balance, April Int. 1927 -____. __________ 1,388.14 .
: 1 Herrlpta far M. Months.Comptroller j.,

redmptlona -_______-__.-- 87:1.11: ".,

3 hs Making balance _.?_____--_____- ____.:. .:I.1 II.1I9
I I>l..bur* mvnte for nix month ____?___-______ None
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Depository balance, September> .-Ota, 1917 ___..___ '2,169.69 ci


.Agriculture: Fund ';
1'1. :
91M i 1 .t .
r'' y ,., ... ; '
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Depository balance, April tat 1917'd' ,...... .1'\1: :"\. (". ;'.
Out.Mn41rur W'IIoM'an1l1. April In' 10.1811 _......--__ No_ ...) ,.]' t,. .

3t' 1al Net liaJance. April :Int. '1(27 ___,..__________ a 4534 ,. 'j"+' ', '.". i'\&'.,'..""::'r,1"J'.. I ,"".-' '
Me .Mr Her**... *or ".. Mo...... 4 .. 171
F.ont-rra1toCo"rlor. ta-iea. _____ 88.07 ,1 r aLF7Lfl' Ml I, '
i .ux -' Comptroller redemption ..:. _______ 14.64 a. .A. :E' E : ". ., \ .: ;
xs l lc .. f' '.. iJ
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Comptroller railroad tax ._,,._____ 1918 tH.U .tl.: .! "'" .: .
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9 Making balance ________ ______ .:; 'i\\1 ..Y .:! I .' :: '
I,048.i8
{' 'r'r' h..b......... for trtx> Moatla-ii '0 ..... .. .r. .
1: I 4r' 1 County A4feot, -..,.__-__.-?-.....- -T n.lo UI.BO 1 :. ..,. .. :: .;'::1.r..

} -' Depository "balance, September. '. un ____ 660vMSrt ':' d'" ', 1";.

+ Ht t 6BAt1TT .,' .f;" }
; vnctrto Widow's Pension Fund ; ;
;l Nnua' e' -changed sine Orand(

f ;Lb.? caeugbt stns wi dolor tisaai 2posltory ttalnnre. April Jut, UI7 -, _____. ..
o
t ass, *>y Iwr'actwol gut ooauty woenrcb OUtllf&lI."W warrants ,
April let. JIS27 ____ 10.WNet the S.T AR'fl
tvdassa b.r no.. Mttb patvrrasd from

fie'A1' and nourUhed her cheeJn wills Aee.hulatire...... Nr ama April Moai' Int....1921. -___ ________.,.--- 296.06'

A5eal5 horn the ]smUy m.dlctu. From-Tax Collector taxes ____.....;_. 796.09 .
S Comptroller redemptions.___..___ J8..8 i.<. ". "
4 ,,1 LM4y earn women ue M many aaty 'CoroptPoUer, railroad. 'tax' _____________ ::1'8.11 J.002.00" )....) ."1 sr

ailterent powflera. cola ornama Making balance --------________:,_ .S90..8 .".. ....' .. t1!
9 y tog', utloDa, rouges, and wars- l>l..(n>r-ri.a>lr far M. Membal ( kJes'"e"" ". f

6 laoa to conserve their facial Allowanoea __-___ __ _____-_____, .... ito.ac OIL quality starts specifications I are.similarlh-js, '; ,
;
fm.1 following -are the oooteote .
t TUet bala-nne. ., September! SIM>, 1917 ____________ "' ,' :.
fay /wn Horn abeR .149.J'I ,
twauty Warrant. } ..!.-v}
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Outstanding
aept-mbfir 0th. :JS37 ____ ,IB.00 :
3 leamlOK Cream-Abaorbe powder. .f with the crude petroleum all respects to those set' fey :<,
v'the
Depository balance up
cif t,clad Kapurrtlea ot slim without September 10th 1927 __?.__ 1.158.111I '. .
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4G 4 king'ttMm into por.al "F

S. Cream-Lubrtoatea akin tar Daildiag, Fund ar"1f from which it is refined. leading automotive .eng.vy'neers /' :
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'' aWl 41lasagti / .
LI, -which to eaaetitial *
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1 DepoHHory' halanoe. April set 192 ___ f 10,,.; ., IN ;* '" .
spider-seM. Out.tAndlq "warrant, April Jet, W27 ___ ._ 7 .0.... That is! why only pure paraffin- as the ideallubrieant for''

sltlfiad Lotion-4"or" removing allOt I Wet balance] April! lat, 192T __---_________ :" 1.51 .

eosins,aad sUmulatntg e1, Kecelpta'for six months: ________-?_____. ,'f" N- base crudes are used in \Pan- : modern motors. -

Making balance. _______________._ .1.515 .
r Cream,To be Ir..d at etlgbtryaol't.lttag Xttakur-craentB for UK months_....r________ a'. No_ i I

'Depository balance. September! lat, J9i7 _______? 1.Q Am. They give this motor oil
+ tute-Cawtttlal toe file, aatd .', .....
i kln> as utMtttuM tor sow, Outstanding Udebtedness! Fund ...: Fill up, today, at the first Pat-
i nma and -cbio area.. _, .' t. ilM r -.1'' exceptional ability to stand up .
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tloa-d gnaw -si erea ar DUory'tla'1an, April let, 1927____.,---.:.-.:.: "t 'Vl 'Novi I
ouon tor che -- Nona. mile after mile. sin
ration* of over-act! pores pea r .,. epite
so pOT tterinf or rouging'jitn Net balance, April' tut. 19.7 -.---_--____ S.. ,. None
.
H *rlaB fr lx' M.MlMM '.
wderfor wUltenlng/ shad l"ronColnJ>troUer. redemption -----,.__--= : .' '.i'e 81.45' : I of heat and friction. dealer has a scientifically pre

i bad, and rma. Making tialance ______---.1 air. 4x'88.4 I .
texloIIt Powder-.For face NMIlIorma buraenwnta lor eta l moths: _____..______ .,;. i Nose$ I pared chart showing just the

Depository ttalanre: September< -Oth 192t _______ .
.. .242:
iI Olvea cheeka .. ." ...,. '.\' '
lowi ASSETS AND LIABUJTIES \" :.-" ". Moreover Pan-Am motor oil is right! grade of this cafe motor

Cmptiaaizeaa natural
; > *y aT the Itpe .:.. '
b .
Assets : refined with unusual .Its oil! to
f saes Water Exudes pleasing core. protect your car.Pan .
S. Balance caab In Treasury aU fund ____ ...'4.13 : I
t Betgbtenf charm sad Unoollxttaid. ta..... current :year ._ ... .... r I

n itry .f cotlette.lly. Total available assets.. _____;.__._____ '.S84.,.:M .. -.c
.a borne beauty eielt moat LIabII ties

kba activities ot lu owner Warrants Outstanding. current exp-nnea. ___ Jesse odfmerican Petroleum'
BacW in* aa 1 am-aa ararage, Total < Corporation
ads, woman OT txnwe. tbM mt --.--- J" (646Court

t of sromso vouJd v. auoa anor Vahie :
County Property u
1Si l f Woman 'ot wealth vbosar ; Also distributor J KIP mucticiJt. SEMDAC auto polish and SUP RLA eamdtn
r an*n MMOaw cycle ot Maui s.- .
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n"-#.--" -.- n _...... ._......._LL. ._._ "'" '_""_'_''_-1 1 Chinese Home-Seekers- Pour Into In forces g aa ara;;educational also; to ke l ceiledo aad Moral ac 'Uacher. of Future WillHold I :I' '1 '.\: I, '1


oonat.Tama@a. 'lTU"....
Ntwt of Florida in Short fmragrmmttt Manchuria at Rate of 2,000 d Day : Classes In Aeroplane I Il

.1 ?par WHOLE TOWN ,, ,;) >

... CNwt4C WA9 INTfI '
Nri11AL& ,
r--t .,'... ,'" S MAN ", ,
,,, ( ""- The follrtwing story reminda! ua 1 / .
1--1 ,, 1' :; > .' ;
'
'
Live State NewsTOLD ;:. '>. ,. .. ''. ., 1 ill
'. .:') ., a few tsars agor -Srhen: an ex-may ._. .t. 'I; /
,
or bought some books! that 'be did I ; : I I

not ay: for rUht way, -ao be rvflyd .,i :. \ 4I

tbr.e'I..t l | one addressed. I "

1- BY OUR EXCHANGES to a prominent attorney, ao the ; Ip
: .
rA a' po>> tma.ter gave it trf him, and another It

...... _..A.a-A .. I .-.-..-.......-.........,.._ ;Wt 7; 'to .the' 'chief of' police. }II* ., 1.1 n ',
-
Va following
-- anw r sim'tar'te'the'

Bartow -Mflre, {than '?00,00 West Palm Beach-Work ha : I 'f

of :.ipanlah moss have''b"e 11 been started on construction of 18 It ''ooricerns an' Omaha Jobbing '.

pounds bandied by.thtf <*II\V' 111"11'1 aud and one-half miles of railroad* house and a r-itstoin merchant. la I'. ,

company, at tf.u! new plan around the southeastern shore 'o ap towa'grose-roads, town. A shipment ) j

Fiber estaIiIhhkL '.t);: Eagle: Lake, nine Lake Okeechobee, connecting the 6f wood r.c"I"d 'by tbe'('us- .\: r
towns of. Clewl toD center of the I ? Y
faclciy --opepecVfor! ( Jwsi tojnf was,r/cted as uJllll lafao-

the 1.; accordljiK to m-, Mutt! !. Everglades sugar Industry and tory1, '
Aug h.
ness Juk Hodow.( manager Chosen. The new trackage wit ___.j i S94 .
meat made 4 by Tbe ,Q'bb.iPr.f r. to instUut
iw converted provide transportation facllltle : ,r, If '
mpsa .III"
The l suit for ,fOlUctlon.; ; and wr4et to
'. urlt>d halt" at the faI0r < for hitherto Isolated territory. ,; .
the
into ; q'r: ex railroad agent at hoe village; '
and utter tnjotment) whli- Both the Atlantic Coast Line and '" ; '>. I foe /Information' alwut" .be'arrival I {

of th" the Florida East Coast railroad i .' t'I o .
the out.'r covering; \-L i tb
removes tS of ihe.'nie.rrhaodlae: L() *. president
and sMpp'"d to are pushing tracks Into this section -
Sbr It U baled o| ih '- bank tor. lafortnailoafnAcpfnthp
and to Grand Rat;- the combined expenditure to
1\;>w York city ": financial' funding of

'ills, Mich.? In around lots, to bused total approximately three quarters their customer; to>> thee mayor of

in upholaierlng furniture of a million dollare. Work'on both the rity 'a ltilli him, to recommend

Why the vast quantities of \t\oe lines Is expected to be complete! .', good lawyer'to ,h n41e the easel;

which can be found all over snutl November 1, and large forces have to tile 'm..t<'1IIUI't hitdeeUIkreaten-

Florida have not been turned Into been put Into activity to speed' the Ing suit, ,|If h. did not make pay.

money long before this la.' a mys operation meM..t oft(fl."I'M.. .ply.waa r'..-

lery to me," Mr. Bodow bold! r.elfelS: : .. -

Bartow-After thirteen years DI Hi: : rlrHvedJyorrletter.: :' telling

Et, Petersburg-Another dram freedom Willie Bone. escaped< ,,, 5)i"'bad beets: pay, up. .
unfolded I Georgia llfe-tertner, was In the La ,a :w+,as ,u li.MSS.YYYSb' { '
Air
and was -S "11'mh'the'rcflrpad her
the sea 'akpnt
of of'' county Jail here 'Saturday following II. afro I/ND W'WtK ON rue FARMS. ,' { -
the landing
with .
here Thursday anA'r.rfttved the'litter you writ. 'a1fL
Pan-Amerlcai his capture east of Fort Meade 1rTo1uc-Two thousand Chtn. manufacturing; and mintageaeietiicry : .' .
four survivors of a : tfie'at*edt" .-....- ..
; ..
followed P'lcultur.rhnplemtn.'I1I.South l '
The arrest olanmtium and -
local '
airplane, In which a pas- by doputlen. dy tram tb. war-torn province 'f /
airways life when !It wa receipt; of advice from a mat M.. Ctubll are pouring into ManchurIa railway > equalf'O i'; j lei 1pce""hfent aji. ,sole owneroraltie .

eengec lost his of fue who had recognized: Bone from ieailler Manchuria lo PD. ot the greatest ougT the belt; American r llroftil/ M4W' | |" I ;liy l !hank aad'faa ..sairs ''1; '

forced by near exhaustion acquaintance ID Alabama n MU to the _odd'. history, built! cities resemble SetttU. or, 'Den Jopasin'mr? .,>A'D'Ia1andlnK.! SoNIA Vt'E.R.on .
the .
descend last night Into > vex Modern factories to supposed tc Th rub of refugees from province ,' Al''lk* iIJ'or.pf/J.e.cltrJ/ besltatf I.
I It as the man who wan Vestibuletrain I IDa..b *
of the gulf after plant are numerous j
stormy had blown waters miles off Us course. Tin be serving a life sentence for mur to trail China** resembles desolated) the by movement revolutionary of past temple a ttUHiaaatl,'yV ., ,tif r'yq.1'k lo a lawyer.of the piucs1smthe.otilpaember bar t ;.;. air..; :.It. =#'IS 'Il r Eiffi'c.

plane which left Havana for ,Key;; der. Bono was Raid to be orlg;- home>s.ekra: Into the American Wet old dud tractor plow. 1II1'roWbe tarn & l l .. ., 1'11.; i lrri h-lhU.I tJII the. taro" "''''..CJ t ;.l- : 'ill
tb.bI11101 \ rJgh
and hal the shadow of nh\s. ) .y,
afternoon, alighte inally from Fort Meade Uk t>aoIMel' Ume*. according: to 1. P. lane In ; .., Jfl ,,
West Tuesday of hen relatives t -lid. section wbom hi : MeKoa at Chicago oun elor to ex.j menta of ancient etvllucatldv .t"4baa"! "':.WIw): : erefyt>'t'th* pastor of the 'I'

some ICO miles southwest was visiting at the time of hit >ort*<% ]...>. KfuiMd from tile schools hotels, Cl\lba.. gojflaboratorlM noue.. ooiyvtarlMkerd'I' woul4 tell you ; Scliopls Will live manner of teaching'clvlce' 1
Travelling
near the tank steamer Ligonler( Orient.rrhe. >hospitals" nub .atplaattural << tb'go t hell! -ilmkcCounty ('ill.ken : than a trip to Washington ta'sr -

which rescued' the crew of three capture. asxcUnt land said Mi, Mc- experiment. tatlona.ce fIrfIrI". ;; -'o.. ', lie.Ne>:t' Step In th* government inmusically action T '' !' .{

and the' remaining pasenger.Chal'leB Keon."I* rapidly becoming like a where.Manchurla. \ ; .. .. .. '
'am .j.' : New Consciousness ;.
wh* t -a.
,
N. Agetbn, 42', a Flushing West Palm Beach-Charles Lin- ecctloa otb.. United StateS! trans- produces Education
20 month. old Infant la the Orient The Japanese, hemp barley, oata, tobacco, sugar "Just a* radio his put the c'oiiji t, e
Identified with the coin Moree, planted '
L, I., chemist, beets and soya beans. Ito mountains \yijl Establish try In unison by Ittttfnjf i.. e+
A..T. Moree of U> cottCrol .lno* the RuieUn JupuMM t'Ii' t
Florida Cuban Sugar: Industry, was ton of Mr and Mra. are rich In iron and coal The tact- the iaotutt'd former hear the new--*
nooonllBg -
either killed Ulverla, a suburb, drowned in a TTM.: are. developing the eountry ftpldl"d., : ..yw V4;'U: C'ity.-Thot K..Iprll'It.y : the night that the
In the crash, being ural resources are being vet songs; same
lost klMM. They have '
oeeldenMl k ban
outright'by the plane's smashIng mud puddle at his home late Saturday tnvted to hundred of mlllionj ot dol veloped and the country ha **m MM. ;; ;:Baj; n .to, :Assist. ;> fUmos: of for the future claHnroum will is bias Uruailwayite Unvs, so this i it
a
ojiop'.un<
mud pies with Garden. of Cfatpa- .., n trawl would develop a social cots.
making of the
while ,
pitched name '
Impact with the water or lr In Americas raUwsy equipment ;.j- of Sonin Merott of
the prediction '
-
beside a -- -- .: ( ( ciouitnes In the child now itnyulilile. *-
out of the craft and drowned several other children, -- -- compulsion. :Tlie.'re:' : 'trket'pf: Crop Lullbil fame. And Sonia. *,huul l ." Ili
recovered andthe water hydrant. After making mud den car which crowded the officer'scar : except upon \ l"tQw'IhC'tut the spvuk. fur she I ,
His body was not of the Reed'rgoatonal L ,' .. / Ml s M rolT/ Is oriranirlnif.,is
revelation '
sinking plane was abandonedwhen pies with the Infant for some' time,,, off the highway, causing It to' cent exposed 'tbimetbodii l I'a" ojiunt louMt of livr life getting travelling school of' her own, for '
tired of the Injuring committee ,. i\Ht .lftl..04. 0vr PUn, LKJT, Ku.-.graithy. ut first tiand. v,
children fatally
a search for It proved futile the other overturn and org/inlsa. > : transcontinental) group singing? lli' .
sport and engaged In other play Green; the prisoner loss was ar by wbl 'h ""acnouBtLng''un thla :' 1Fb4'tt"1: "!ttob. 1'ua't Pea)', ":.MaU.,. may shuilJ.T at the) "In my present foxtrot li ,

leaving the baby beside a small reigned before County Judge A. tlon has evaded an f tlu>ual>t, but I am cure that studyIt I am sin ttinJ a eolU-glato ?:

Punta Gorda-Sherod Smith, hole that had been scooped out In N. Milton, at MacHenny, on reck- der former publicity! and cgrrUi: t 'Jve'vYo;: t1luR;i: t.-:-Wall street ., Enough: travel, beginning 'itoloroa.1 s.0. nays, "whU-h l.ttvt f'

employee of the Florida Power When they returned,, and was fined practices acts by pleas, ,that \flu trhed.tgdw:5orer 'apparently ;t.ll'('!( rnflnlaryl1'lIdoll./ will be from this publl.herstaecoon aa-it'i 'i
the ground. 1t I '3 driving charges soclal/o.ic l I Y'k :; the : t step In pro/rcBulv\ edu- yet. found the MU-1 ,''Iw It '
educational IMS ,
\
who delivers dead face work was (that Democratic was prUiU!
and Light company report '
Infant to .
found the costs. Unable pay vte4-pdd4e4. doelnrc f !
adjoining they $100 and various church bou.rdn'TOeiJdllng rations! n'>ii! (xln, she die West and the Went, the South'
Ice to the ice storage house In only a few Inches of water !In Jail today The fia.ll'palID"PJl1uDlera: are yer- have the lie. '
down he. remained have alwpyopcrated ; >>. { "Indeed) wf already and the Northwest oil 'knew it,
the fish dock, received at >. lu politics ohtf' of tile moatajrJMK with flontinitunlvemK'mi. ,
lou>ty ic'inhnliieUri .innltifl of tl'1 our\ and no mutter where I om, .vert-
electrical charge of .?20 volta. for Tallahassee-Notaries pubic are in the dark In' their1 poUt! 4, / pfami 4JH.p.p.allor the farm .. Whet mor vivid nnilln body Jotn in the chorus."Transportation > ti t
Tuesday ol cal flnanceH. They .wjll'' : ,,qwfbcomptWled tKod could there bH provUusljii : I+
minutes America hai
at leant three Tallahassee-Florida cattle am, not:qualified }o.exercise their power 'for'' yola'. ever ,*..Uteia.! .1'd .In .tructlvfl n 'I l
till world's national +
this week and for a time wai executed by to account, ..i., : for study thu ) >n aa hard as communication,
be by i'
DAljtp '
will '
to be seriously, Injured, 40, per cent tick tree or 'of notary on papers the sources and amounts of their;ci>fltrlbutlons :r. ,.' ( r.toure.2: and now that commuaicatlon Is almost /

thought entered hla body Whenhe ] December of this year according their.employers in Florida, in Fred and the nature ..if..4 tji. :,.,.., tine orgaol a New "%Vka+ ......r....10a..1: .enn.r oft simultaneous I think we' ''"' ff "
The
charge General eaplt4 -
nni fhanflIJu to statlctis furnlabed on a mappreparedferrulestate opinion of Attorney character of their eipeadltafeit Yorkbdakll'IIA( ) ).*L4eQe.11Ye; chil1C p( history, economics and ought to put more thought on
:
i took; hold ot a rblj'I(*-' ; ..departmentof '_ II.. 'DII."I.. 'Answering a query froma 'actlvltlea ot BlnVoi [a;clnf J.vI,1tI1\) \ than that of put- I transportation and make practical + '
tba>*eu i The political
Ire tangs 'throvjgh "> be tbe attorney market- rout.1el.J ut it f th. Coming
agriculture which will ex Miami attorney and hla' Asheville, confef,, t? agricultural. ffglotiB for / ttrif! a c'ait on H train w e or geuers r

rent lad short ..clr lllte -
found It impossible (.release woul once of the
of this month. The map 'the1 employer certainly folio JYBa.llcMepalrinan, ) l ltat'
I
latter part corrupt ; '
of the new and bogpfi
grip on the charged tongsGs Bent to the state's exhibit nave_no power to take the acknowledgement Clulremflnts Deinocrdtlc' National .committee, jiickHonvlllePnopltta Dunk o| resistant county farm '
be Thl."lIe'llctlvltle. rDat; .
Stevens, a fellow worker -whoda at wjll Den Moines, a solid carload! of a paper In which 1 he practices art. curtailed when atul rjk f tad ..'one of,hose most JackHunvllle will extend facllltlPiaf In prospect' In HIlUtMjroug'H' f,|,

year suffered Meerbay'rfrom/ t an already has arrived It was interested and :cannot do tn be considerably! |i otur4.taqtin preliminary, dlacusik bonk by addition of nlllw d". county k,(
which 'undenUineJthat 'Tir. ,
"etrlal l charge ",Jeu M felt IntQ showi his employeewhat .. possible contributors dacllaed to dla- capital he- Javksonvllla- Firestone ; ;"
Iowa's capital city. The map directly through contributions are tabs, >p-tot the pior.t) artmeiita and increase erect'$4OlA' ,,
Smith their will
"
a switch at the plant saved mllllot do directly urtber than to Ituhlmr Company fir g
loose with a that there are thirty-live ,he.cauoot made public, and when 'the organ- case'ttle, .reports" .. 'ore cud of }ear. building at Adama 'af4" }
by the tonga Btion waaBladeip 000 new
prying state, six mil t.tb* ,lhe. auKg '
acres of area in the izatlons themselves realize thai q aJ r. Krtn-tlou: of modern fireHQY'EXAGGERATED t '
scantling found nearby. which are under fence; ALL Ml'HT GIVK J\'Ol'NT pun pns| by' lama, leaders.: Tuinpu-- Lit Hlreets. .
of the .
ion their reports must specify '" ... - -
i -
million acres arc .. t. ., __ --- p

Pensacola Frank llinrlck*..4. while open twenty-nine or unfenced. There are approximately The shock tbat a 110.000,00presidential are poses made.for which Publicity their expenditure''Is a dead!]'! : HIGH HEELS HARM FOOT y "T,. ..
: :1
.
was held Friday charged with all- 10,500,000 acres now > campaign, as estliuaM foe of hypocrisy., Person wbacontribute :1/ S \ << :' ; : [
office) Infestation, and national comniUte! will 'Ai.Sisa5rj.U
sault and battery after free from tick by the to the so-called dry ; i )
I
'
24, lying additional acres those who have been cryinout'against .. >, y
found Carter Goodman nearly 3.500,000 be'to funds and' are themselves ..tiolotlouBly ys
by the side of a road, severly bee will be released from quarantine huge expenditures 1 01 wet. cannot afford to have 'idik fiflieisie; Her* and ( >"

and with almost con making a total of ,n politics Is omewba: Yoga. #pikeYal., Are see"
en one eye So December money both facts known. 'It 4uio 4 ITT;
(iletely torn out. Goodman said nearly fourteen million acres compensated for by the Voov far the two major' parties Ai'JK e4'a' '*>Tl. >4**,<*"**'. **...

he was attacked In a lonely apo which will be free by the first of edge that various .,tnrlaii another (. are Si concerned there,la promise: ...",ka.IL. 'rwaW. wont aygi.naDestrl.et'Ihe << .,

his assailant beating him with an next year. organlzatlon-t which have dlarted.frora < fuller accounting than< In, tluM discis. m giagpvategktgkje.P'f '

automobile crank, loading him Into their avowed purport a Tbe national )mmIUMs'of e.L.Ay .. r ji

the back of a car and threatenln Tallahassee Coy John W to inject themselves into poJItlt!, past.both parties heretofore .have tak; J '.e, n% r .

to throw him-Into the Perdldo rlv'< Martin Thursday faced the task will be compelled to account pul. en every legal advantage-possible\ : Ned.};M,ICJ 9U/N. D. s 1'N J
ret-eiv R'
they t I
the r
warrant lIcly for money 4
er. fourteen death lawa and corrupt 'retaonabl'hdgba
of signing under the' publicity; ( oppo.ed'to a
". who have been sen- and expend, and thus be reveale acts, and In sojne p5.bot
'wontea'a shoe
for persons boea. practices of: aw la
Cedar Key: -Missing for more tented to die by various ('ourteover In their true light as political. < known instances have juggled and! ... idMlrable. eutrtlnMl a !r Js tni wH
those fcon.Uni*. t* '
than .38 hours and believed lost the elate. The names of concealed the source of (heir u. r t
.e
literally In The amended federal eorrug with Assoc low ..I'" IK>M. J i4t Fx
this fie are the financesof .
In which'swept now
Morin lives
a whose funds: This year .
*
Monday and executlve'a hands were practlcee.act of the 1026 aectlo In the bau4 average oblM proceeds ttwougHll A
lion of (the cult coast h3 chief both committees are looto
Tuesday, five member*.of a flahln<< not made public, however. lie 302, thus defines a political ('ow'DlJU. of business u en. The committees w4.*.."Mi4 rJilc.' *. Shad, tbe -"S S f& J
mouth would be several .. required to make a full a<, committed tn fid! ,arrM..liy. -.di*"tHlAW .ICJWII'
party were found near the aid it probably themselves are
the eaU our
In the had finished the countln8' ''JDder the act: corruptpravticca k e.l..' _TM .0>ycto.. at a
of river. he and the new >le4
the Suwannee days[ before publicity &b & ,**a tits 1.Cb. !>* <
each committees association 01 r tract coq
party were Mr. and Mrs. Jim OH ask as he Inteded to review A.y- contrluUoos act la explicit and hM lll1oet1, ere. able, to maintain tbe tn. S '
K. 'and Gardrw before affixing bU organization C>> which accepts elM bOd,.
son. Lea Cllbgon I case separately to "teeth" In It. Hun,required fa Balance ,
and Mlall the warrants and set- > or makes expenditure r moeay.sJ. a4ovtton. o* very high heat
Meade: of Gainesville\ signature to al While the amouut of B4 Iii H
Influtticlng or
of lm ordto'
the
Loleta Rawls of 'Willlston. 'ibe, lag the dates of execution. ;purpose be Ient.lit much larger forces a cbnB plI8'UI'8o'
tempting to Influence the.lectloof mated to } ) I -MtfcJii/ .i. womai
maUMam
their ei .
were none the worse for than ever' before the publtcl5)ybe ; band
candidates for presld.ntlal'ovic baptawa.Asrw.r4'and
PTlence. They were stranded in a Tallahassee Florida's general electors." expected to have a clearer lean part ot the body backward\
presidential taw
disabled boat when the storm lection law was parsed fifty years Anti-Saloon League ha knowledge of bow' it 'collected'{! TbW uppM*** 1M.ftt eo*r**.la a cheap. 01
The
struck them but had managed togo ago, and now Is out of date In the millions of dollars I 11 and where It goes. Hut consoling y>* pptu .o$ tt>. spinal: column 4 1

Into the mouth of the river. opinion 'of Fred II. ,Davis, attor wholly pent many political activities, a.nd ha 8 Is the thought that the pseudo- 11 nuy ontrn lTO te t4 pelvis ha pending
.,. I ney general. The law requires. never accounted for any part of I t political organization maaquerad- strarb,at cnrtns tatlgnlr.ah..sun.oYsutclee

Gainesville--Aa a protest agalne pointed out In a recent opinion, -- --- ; .j COM* lorwanl sand any sans
Inn... state at ltd kxatee.
.. .
the so-called "Lilly White1 faction that eachstate precinct -- 10 tb* beta pert at the (McttTbr -
u.wpe
of the Republican party, promInent must have three registration WALTER P.CHRYSLER'STRAFFIC ub MM high beet the Uvr.g'at '.

negro leaders of the state books prepared, no matter how .<< use beet. .,...... o* eaJsla, om ttutolAl

called' colored state republican small some of the prenclncts are WTf M {raouy 4If.-s. Tb<'. $ '6p A t ,

convention which was held her This should be done, the state TALKS Action !. lnlt 'to mad which arm of r*i rrEeJI 5 5qna

Saturday In the beets theatre witrepresentative legal head said, and the election .\ate ty 's.aCUmJoC tbe Swill
strictly followed 9Tb8. ..... e. a> sadden
negroes to the number laws should be s3. <* the: MbwI
will be a ot tbe too 10 one '
of approximately five hundre< Otherwise* there likely PROBLEMSsix .taertaa**!., pr4..' an ; f
elections not held FAMILY "* irMUf .,.1>>1. v 3
colored
Present. Stating that the contest of the o0 a-. anU amore
committee' men were Ignored by In'strict accordance with tbe law, There U no more.humiliating 'hours by stalled car in. the Lack Uaturic of.. occur sawtea bsr ..* uW, vary bigb b.*.l* I
oil water or wake b '
in the gas, *urge
'the go*- declared. and t.* misfortune TW tIIe..orOO'ler..lIiaOU14
present republican party he unn c ry taut*
the frequent
i is most
toundatUufoe
S motorist than to run a jKsew s
tern
erned'by recent comers' to the world to the for stalling. Literally thousand Aotuti to .ur.fat Imo'N
The upper
23, necessity
Coca of or tome other tM Body weifbt.
threw"owD tbe tloDvlUArchle out gas and.the
inconvenienced .
state the blct
meeting
of people are 00
but of tit* abo
IMS
GalnasvIlU and have the car stop quietly ot She
"Lillie Whites" and en the old in instance damaged. .*..pl])' itre.gg.rat.4
to the residing some I'
gauntlet In the midst of a car toot rt *b uM tot dope -- J
Jacksonville determinedly
abe
made a motion to nominate IIlx road about 14 miles from ; The same thing happens rainy ... eMMtuw tool lntr.ised< (trains or sprains _R r a'M I
This happens very bask do ro beet of heel resell In
the street. hlht .
elector. pledg. was being held In busy l times in the ruth season on Ruin Iron ua. ... .. stands opr/.hl u. |lpswlla .ft, .
white
..
presidential Saturday as the : often where r. number of persons which run through .. forwWw tout ",.yn- ...._.,. 10.,1. .or. who *%i4dea. .* i jadupis j I.
ed l to vote for Hoover and CUtrls Baker county Jail In family run the same car or. highways uuwle at tewlo but a uiodirrn woman right '
of an automobile one towns. If 'Otl tine A. additionali.lgnttoward J trtta. and bale; west ;
} Yoa4 bail
driver ablft .fllll'.
chrieen by the Republican con alleged admitted when there are two cars in the country b'lgto *itrm* bleb heels stand* *UH coif meecl.e 'i
ear or cars, keep a rec"ord ot the foot slio will hll" Seal
which wrecked a pursuing of .which M the all family run : t. forepart be bitlanee. 3-X-Kat of lost In
family, one malBtalo
vention. and
lcers' car near Macclenny two around errand car of Jour cylinder It will help you tbe car wbw naeur4 1*. provided. ttte maH IMIMf anoWicMli' to redaced to about oae-lblrd). .b..lat sa/ilcal plate area support". 'I,'f t
o of the the community. 4taclhui0 : I
death the other t
the and deaceq
cause perhaps, ;
Tallahassee Traffic' betwe.n i I weeks ago to two' .ln a be stermaj' plum'
Ito
which cart.
there '
no
37, city marshal olMaoclenny closed.coach or limousine Where are end. .petngr'aMNi.re nol: ntted to tM reds.. ;
this city. and Jacksonville\ was tied I H. s. Green Baker county but the bead of f the house or family or several person run one faoaT l 8 ddia'eefcemre es taming the form ot the metatarsal port. Individually th.lr ootta**' '
one .. cad rant" to II .
and a .- U>*
up by two bad washouts aroun< I Constable W. H."Buddy" the wife dares touch. car, a record of servicing should. Mdapwd ... MStrain 5 $ 4!eINMI el arcb. at she ball of the foot injury lestor sempotaruy provMt ng-% ..tt
deputy sheriff. embarrassmentIs be kept and put in some, place al ,.oa*..,. tt, ured b.agI .accompanied bt portion,
mtmnmnH
which.It was Impossible to detour,, this city wnc But tbe personal rosbutc w.IgI I to the slob may aeceDOrrecuna e.ad. J rBMuaulaf
the Sowanaea river baa overflowed .. GMi. ot obtainedthe a slight. ncoavenieacc compared the car which can b*> seen by the pgIIUGI! .Jwi* cringe aitaacti last were pain coeuttarMlgta. n>o greatlenlHi control Onus silo lina141 I I 111 '

rislni. arrested Got and who with the fact that becomiiiff stalled driver. Pinning or patting, tW M ins, KMSMM'sal usOS. tied. UBal stab ***o oa tb* laaer Otua. so ibat itatateavay,I l j(
lu bank 'and. la still pbalaaged at eanfiUly
.. purported confession horn him ins busy plAce automatically record to the flap of tb< side pockit a -.ilia tfte, 4 aid of UM toot also *aksM uodMtb be chance w .paw gas/!. I \ ;.,.
It la Bald to be the highest In tolatory. the personal check of i in the position of being nearest the driver; L tlie best "sbMam .J jury as angmnrt strain ol ialadu* Otis haS
The same la true of the An was given gouts. puts nui. reWrThe .. bOMar. .m abort And acer.wdo.dt Oattca oAl, ..bnwigbt 1 uouola U 1/ It ,t.11OM.
Joe J nes. of Poker no more or lew than a public position for such r. p. alga Mtaeotre -. flies tbs foot nay ..o'.U foot aumaxit. ./* .)- **f,<
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cilia river> between. Madison' an/ Sheriff a reward. DeputySheriff sance. All because the car bat first taking: t- car PU>. ,oaU1 spssaiag. She m. I. imposed. Tbe dassrueiio tam JIOIII"fICGJ .tIODAI"""" t' 1 r
a. period .
Montlcello. Road' forces are work. ty, for $809 without. the driver' 04 edipp.rlr D..opq areb.' flat toot t *ult* to w..ka.wlA
O. D. Dcrman assisted Co. bun taken out in the r.iornin:: thould< c 'eV! '"' .bat I. lbs..i'w of be Aysiemn One..... .ae I\t.\ + ti
lag day and night and the Old In the having checked en the, essential tad ;kli l I t' .t4pi atx4 .4r5ew lIbuIBUI".I" n.1dt be goes kbualw. t q. i1{: ,
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arrests oil and wutcr '
In tar, t wa.wwok e.y fpbl
O.sn e ,..0 hM aaaay .saw 1'i l
Spanish Trail baa been, kept op*> stable and return of COM or the service record. V,' tame, beg! : sure to pet 0 i The lOa"" aid ......... a1).s tWlanpiet t rite aaowa taUo areb** bare been U>c tb attention. 01 the I ;
from Pensacola, (case yesterday Or xertain bridge in wPerk .< faUruis UK 4.... fwd and I.
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Monticello to Following .' .
to Macclenny. h helduia mileage IK>>* vat 1" rf s :: : at tbd foot swans of .Km ay W .
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another in the summer bgsurgica.pia/et ,.
Leon county lost two brldgea las and .Ia alleged confession that! sometime,
Bight, both over the kloekna. biDe la- |
the mOOD* ,1>>
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> NNA1N REPORT OF COUNTY FINANCES ,11 Barred by Will Rogers
Official Spokesman ,
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ZIFF BRADFORD COUNTY I .

Jv MlM Opal Lei wta. Cor. FOR PERIOD ENDING SEPTEMBER 3Ctfc, j
f l N Mty I "Don't fall frr llwt city dieter '

|2iff. AUK. 24, -Mr. and Mrs. K The rllowlB. sport at the r.tteJpt" aDd dJ"bA1" tit ,1 darter! Honest Herb here is

>mar and little daughter, M1s fends VI I1rllftr41r4 County for the 9Prted .ndboC outstanding. i .pt..r and /' rough but he's got ah&art ,' '
of warrants
with the balances and amount .
a'u tel, spent the last ot the week : J
of the assets and llabllW-es and the value of county property
1 ; Jacksonville with friends and ,school of the said Bradford County as reported. on tu 30th day a +

l ,: atlVe9.k ber. 1927. by the Board of County Cotnml-nloners and tbe
Delath Starling and lit- Circuit Court t. hereby published under th. provJ-Uwn wf r '

daughter, Selma, of Ooot/e Act of IBIS Law at Florida... )
fad, pent several days of last ERNEST AMOS, i r ;

die ier with her parents, Mr, General Fund _
1 DMrs. 4. B. Thomas.trs r

t "Harvey Warren and sans, J1.po..ltory..I.- lilt, 1127 ..--___..__ ._....: I. ; tr
r t Waldp, apent the week-end here OniMandln warrantN, April 1111, 127 ____________ ltd G.OP. 5

,' :' tV Mr. and Mrs -W. R. Warren" Nat balance.April Jut, JJI"I'1. ____??-.-+.'-S-- _.. .. ; 1 I I M1$1 '
l 1ViT. W. Lewis and son, L.. O.y Itcrelpt. fur MX MuBlb.i AMOR KA
visitors Frun-Tax ru0leetor tanea ___________________'.,Ilf.I".
Starke "
to Sunday, 4, cxnptroller r.dnmpl.lene _________-_- 209A0
r Mr1M aid 'Mrs. 3. B. Thomas _____
l : (<> railroad tax .. ----_ _. S.I /
sal the lat part nf the week In fir.ml"rou..r.. AbHt. Co? rent __..:..-_- 4..M ;
Clerk, colirthnu-e fence --.:: --- 000 U fs ,
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r n ctuionrille with their son, Mr hank. nt..re"t ____-_________________ 31.50 [ r
# $ i + |'_S. Thomas.
Maklntrplamc* ___._________ -- ___ .
Ir, Jonnn of Clayno, was la
4 rf h1 ALbutNareada far tux MOM* ... *" "If)f elected/ I that ) carried in bv "Our
Anybody J.
+ Fr section on business last week Salary of Clark of the drcwM C nrt oj County ; pledge myself I ylanl.a: voter plank on the liquor
f Mrs. ts. L. Prescott was shop Auditor ana riery to County Cramrwm-lener I will not hate any Otncili ipuk.cIll -*-' with ten votes can have a question tJ'Vine' for the rich
Per tttem and mil-*. ref C rjn.eir_____ ,... ? plank, and;I that policy is alreadygetting'
x + f '
In'BrooTter Saturday beer for the and
/k a Pay of nhrrlft for attendance on CountyeommlaalonPra Another of f We poor moonjnir,
declaration lot of
fl 2 IP. J. W Lewis was attending _ _, _.._.__--..____ : ringing us a support for the fry's'b ;
Salaries of Other Oltt<...r. and Employe''*: campaign 7 prmrtiiln; has been t'" Are also 'leaving room between
t jjtnnslnesa In Brooker Saturday Attorney for "County Conunlwiionera _______ made*!)) \Vill Roger, in |Mr. and Mrs. ir II. Howard SupervlHor of Keg-lxtTatlun _______________- words bearing on his race think should be inserted. So here farmer relief: we will : him
cure of f fkvetng
j -efcTldren spent slat Sunday al: "Repair County Buildings: lor 1'reatclent the candidate pi is
Court douse .. _.. as my most important planks to A farmer
1 ,Jrbanks with relatives and Jail ?? ?==.i:--- -====: : the Anti-gunk. Party (for whichhe dale:

d r etids. Furnltm'e and Snares for CourthaiNe was recently nominated t by J. "Our ,,:iIha\ to 7. .Xo. matter wfiat't. on cur
support
'' Jr. and Mrs. H. B. Thomas and iTxpenxen: Jan-llorn ef County and other Bixllulncr.attendant. : ---_---___-- Life, the Jiumorouj weekly<< and com from those who want platform will I'.ase.now a .bonfire, en November and burn 6 the we

y' tighter, Miss Hazel, spent last 'l.ta-ht. Funl and Water _--_ nltreh distinguished Americans, NOTHING: and have the assurance .-
P'' r Incidentals: ---_______________=____ : including Henry Ford, Nicholas: : of getting it. "platform. a
*Bay at Fairbanks with Mr,
Care for Poor: Murray Btitler. Rmg Lardnrr, 8.1... also pledge myself thar, it'
r nma.mother, Mrs 13. Howard Allowance made. to patiperaout.lae Iftf poorhoNHN Harold "Whatever Hoover or Smith elected 1 will! rotbave Official
t William Allen
any
Lloyd .
t and ,paW t'r warraettr ______ .
UBS Hairy promise you. we'll raise 'em at
Kelly spent Wedneq- Coroner White and Judge Ben i-uxlsey. 'SpekKnutl."And'aleakingbt. ,
InHquent: '
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Tlflght'at' Brooker with her Pee 01 officers 'and witnesses. _______ '. In least 20 per cent. %, :
I .urors hi* weekly aj>pf4 k>r support ; l spokesmen, it
E, ,"Mlss Mary Mott. Jn-antfy: ; Inq4rle: !! Rogers today say: 3. "1Ve ve eliminated .party leader look 10, me -Uhe'vdttrs. :' will' begin
> e.*H of ottlc-er and 'ron mJtte4tM) _______ 'w.
tX 1UI5lTlle'Thomae; Hpont Thumnl TranKferred. from Fine and Forfeiture.' Fond ._____ 'li. "Preparatory, to fcUrunp' aitag- *, stngaiis. boll-\\ce\ils, luncheon to Ret the idea that the Republican
d '-- -ht here with M r. LloyKtf Stationery and l'r'nu"c: .. frre sive campaign\ :( which \\.tt dab, vice presidents\ conventions ,,c sdJdatie\is,\ "tone\ Work"ami the!'
<]...neral HtaU.-.2J&Dkll. etc -___f _.... the into the ana .goli putt Probably we'll DornocrattccaiKbdatc, i
rtfht
Rerurd bnokn. __________________________ "' r f Ir, carry war en- .eliminate \ M Jubimy
the ) a otnercaDe'l 110. ,. bVbat'
Advertising required by law and paid for byHiounty -territory--1 oat it TO 'S'1'In.t.ma.'r ka ; {tlie voter really
t' ._______________ I. Anti-$mtl:* w'hotarve'\ '1 "mrmmatej political neCctxilies be forte has gut .lo'rdo; js choose. brtvLteti
CHIPSgullets ConunlnKlon. paid'to officer, : me for Pre';urni! I') tiu.i; up 'tuy election. AI) Smith, the city: slicker anti
Tax HeMor. _________.________ ,,, -
> ----- stand I 'toI..., 4. "\Ve ljBohtfry; prc.uixe; '!'to, 'Herb hoover, the honest country
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: Tax oolteotor __ _
+ which are not growing work "I 1 want r '.,, !. .-f".t rfTshopping .JI1..J.eo ,tfi".t "'be.. Aiid that i tu ,bnt4
HherllT general court -___-__.._-____________ S 11\( ( vulva by sex : st'7WtifrRv
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;1r r tfchoulrt be Hold for broilers. Clerk circuit' court, reuordlnir.! mad general "I sit far rrv'i rtv rn lt 9 I court work ______..--w------i 71.1>' '

a r 4'sott: cloth dampened with alcoI'wilrremove J-euvtnjt Balance. __________ _____________ in Starke this week. school here spent the weekend Ira Bees. .
; / fly specks v Cr.-aerpt IIf'rUlied fen ....""" te-w ....__ .: ter, Mrs. R. M. Faver. with friends In tiawtey. r 5,

Y Net Imlance., RPpt"mber 80th. 19zl! ___ ______ Mrs M. L. Andreu and daughters J. V. Jones, has recently had lila Tampo.-J\lewSt t.e Highway ,No.
"i e'' l 111 ads',JonhBon says that hand- Warr.ant.. outstandingtaepternber 80th 1927-_.___ S Gladys and Edna, who have bungalow on Church street repaired 17 to JtKtscmvill: will be opened

,4 'rg and footwork amount to a DepOHltory' balance, September SOth. 1927 ___.__._._ been the guests -of Mrs. Andreulji' about .3a'l1u-a.ry't.
is \Oat deal more if directed by parents, Mr. and 1111'8.'" ,'M. Hagan and yepalntQ4.1V. t.
P. Blrt end family of Ji.la- Pl&eJlas Park "Work on erection
iu _od,beadwork.iits Fine and Forfeiture Fund have returned to their home at .
N chua county were visitors here of) 'ateel structure of second

{ rye or rape will make a"r Deponltry balance., April let 1027_____________ __ Leesburg. last!! Saturday. story ot new II. 8. Hammered Piston -
fMl,KTBriiiK crop this winter OuintantUnc Warrant, April lt, 1027 ___.-______ Mrs. W. C. Thomaa, first assistant Mrs C. Taylor of Starke, Is the .' Ring factory, under construc-
&nt teacher in the public guest of her iater-ln-law, Mr,. Lion here. '
them the latter part of Sep Net balance. April let, 1827 _.____.______ ,
t sr-or-later. "' .._..... fur etc eteataNt
t 1S ,Jo'I'ODt-.Jnmpr.roUer, :redemptions ....____._____ 19.17 H
) HherltT. fine. -..,may.--._______ 6,983.98General
)1'' q Making a game of everyday fund, transfer__,._-_____________.... lIiOO.OO
'' 'dsone i way of teaching cbil-]
J t Making balance .. : :
ken "
i ;to Tike the tasks which they IINburNemen4e for.iii-Mt.--------1-- I : ti"
i 1 perform each day. ttehrirr and deputl.acoat, bill -criminal S "1ti
a caMee_ ____ 1.9'1".83 \
Clerk of the circuit court; east bills erlm-' 4'1J.
KSpuds Johnson ays that the 4-1 inal / Onunty Judge, cw..tbill.* 4n <'timtaaloaa.e.___ 1f1fi.7J1
11t fflvea farm bay and girls
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County p rod-cut In- attorney, conviction fe 60.00
p importunity to meet together, play HalHTd, pay for attendance. on criminal court 1tG.IIII : :: m "!$a alwye "'CU. nth
1 faethhr and work Yttaexa ,...... _____"___ .. 5400.7' 1
S YT ,- together, Feeding prisoner ____________.. 1108.10 itation. It U oa1 ly _oed to ,' 1 OL
ray vf Juror In criminal cases, county and 9 ,
Ju.-tl<'e ipeaoe court _.___?_._- 282.36 of known ItoainoM Integrity. +P
4|Mat ,plus with heads broken off Ouard at JaU ._____- .__?_____ fi04.21i
',dtnek' through candles keep CoaitlTurent .._________.__________ 83'.1

|scandles in shape during tiottB ________..______...... .s .. I :
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9-9<>d moutstrnthia agent in Oka Net balance, fiepbember. 10, nIt ________ .'u_ ."r' D A A1
i Ma'couuty.y 'Warranla outetandln. September to, .1927Oepoaltorgr ___ ,

balance, Sept BO, 1987-._______
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: Road Fund "
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:' jlh Boudoirland I 5 V 4

Depol\1lorll! ba.lano. April l-t. 1917 _1.-_____ .
,( ,I t f t' BV. Outstanding' warrant, April lt ikZI _________._ 'OR O

Net balance, April 1st 11127 'S
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MiClpfryL Iteeelpt for ftiv Moe4a.rComptroller
redmptlon ____________.._. .
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Making balance. ________._______________ _
,, a 1 l-bUT.emmt.. for .Ix month. _______________
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Depository balance September. 0tb, 1927 ________ '


I t ; J '1 rr t tM .Atrriculture Fund J -,'\.;,\',.;.S. .; : .

epanltory b ,lann., A..II.1.t. 19.7'..____________ .1 I'f ; "
Outnlnr. warra .in, 1927 _. ..-___ .::::. .,;. "; ., '. t:. .

t Net. "balance, April let, 1927 .._......________ .. '" .. ;" .W : .., I
,' \ ,.,Y. Nei., tieevlp* for .HI. Mo.",." ,,,,,,r'r: ."
.y From-TaCollector. taxe ______ 798,07 ,i "... .... ., fr' .
ii flfl .. Comptroller retVmptton __..____ 1'.8. : 114 ; ... .. ," ..}
Comptroller, railroad tax: _________ ....11 1'J.I1J'\{ !" .." .>... III ,' .
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Making' balance _________---__ .;\ .N'I.yff! !' t'jl.f t
mbnrneiiirat for tit .. .
= Monthai ... I
art ; County .Agent ::_.__.._..._ .I:1'l.50: / .. .-:: ,
A.rr 'T \ ,",r Ii .

Depottory balance, September 30th, 19.7Widow's _-__ ':' 'l '
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+iHOMt BBAUTT baser Pension Fund I
'Jm1s'lilm'changed sine Oraoda''

J' d then fc.ban.- she was doing -bandjixflf -, T>.po..ltory balance, April let, 'UI7 .___._"'--____. !l
> her school fill beauty -/jjen O\t1"c&"clhoC: : .
warrants, April Jut, 11927 ____ the S.T4RTY
l 1 duv4 br oo* wttb p.rveriBM .
s jrcb. and nourtsU.d her cheek wrds Wet bal.",... April 1.... 1927 __...._______--____,___ ; :
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i 5M Mweelplii Si. Jtla does
ea1M beat _
y + b o Leanly madJcui. loToTtLx CoU.tor.tak_ ________......:_ 788,09
.n.L Comptroller redemption. _____________ 18.8H
M ]bday.on. women wee ia* mane Se Comptroller 'railroad tax ___....._________ :188.18. ,.", }:\ .. :

{ triSerent powdera, ciaW oraaaaa Making balance _________.._______...:_ y'- : } io
fft.bttr eM.*. f.. MX Jr...... 'I 1. .l I
washso "l1ow.noe. ______.........---a. OIL quality starts specifications similar :
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are ''Iri
fm; Following. in* aont.n. ; '
4 1 L'-vr' owa taom. beauty _ncmileaa.l Net hala-noe, September SBt*, 197 ___.______ I '. 1 .
Warrant OutMandtng. 9epte-nb loth.Depoltory .1m __. "r't
[ _| Oeam -Aaaorb* powder: l" the crude petroeall respects to those set fcyV *':<

lr ijl*nO.mpuritUM ot site without : balance, September SOth 1927 _...__ up '. .. *r '
tna (b.m / ; <
jt Vnto pora.IK .
Cre.ra-Luonoate* akin tar OatldiBff Fund J g which it is refined. the leading automotive engi sC.v .. .

; 1'' 14tHt ouuuaa. whteb t* keaual .' *. .
|+ttqPlr-B) nourutioMMit to epwerLotton epoiiMory balance, April let 1821 _______ I. '1-t.:! ,.0. ,
0/444 Outatandlnc warrant., April .1st. J'027 ______ only pure paraffin- neers as the ideal lubricant for'':

-4or removtnt Hi Net balance, April let, 192T ___ __.:._.____-.___ .
Qt cMom aud stUtuilatlnc trI R.c.lpt.'for alx months: -.______. ____________ used in Pan- i '
'A... are modern motors. .
Making balance _____________________________ ;
'!o ,Crnn,-T0 *>. need at mlgnt11r. 1.Jttal l urement totIxjnontha: __,.________.i ;
blog _fca, give this motor oil
Depository balance, September let JUT _______
rule-EweutUl Tor ,m7 and -

; UUos be WJlMUtuM for w.pat Outstanding Indebtedness Fund" ; ." stand Fill up, today at the first Pan:'
ability to ,
; aoa* and -cUaareaa, .... mh .M'. up
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i adalom-A greas lsw orosta ar Depmltory tmlanoe, April lit' 1927____,----.-.:.. '. : 't \,. : Am .
rot ot K>u oeer-scow Outatandlns warrant. April lt. J927 __-.-,, S ". I. mile. ... in spite station you see. Every '
'I pore prs-
*o poWturiDg or rouging. Net 'bala...... April 1.... l1r1 _________ r
A ReerapM 8.v xl: --...... dealer has
ata Powder fo wnltcalng and Prom-Comptroller. redempUon _____...----...: : friction. a scientifically pre

tmajnd seine link..>_- 'balance ____________.al..c .. ,ai' t
S PI!* POwdtr-For lacs end lburiieinent. for ela luontha: ____.......;.___ ." ; pared chart showing just the

} Devoettory. balance: Snpbsmb.r 0tb, un _.___ ,
_,, at, Olvas chalk atormal. .' .. .e :
.law. ASSETS AND LIABILITIES .5 Pan-Am motor oil is right! grade of this .safe motor

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eropt>alze* natural
[ of the itp*. -"
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S '* IMhI water Exude plcalngEelgTaten Assets care. to protect your car.

It Balance rank In Treaeury. all fund ....._ ......11
M I UnooHeotad. t&"... current year ___ 4o.e I
_ charm and

Ialetteat7 01 totlatt. Total avallabt a.fwtn. __ .164.23
.'>Vu-Jlr.a! .. bonut beauty dial! antes Llabiirtles"current \ :: :

fkor aba ActlvtUM of lu Da ner. Warrant outFtndlnfor expen __ merican Petroleum'
Ok WlUcta o>* a* 1 am-aa ater.gs Corporation
,4 V adaT woman. Of sour... cbM at Total ____. __ :
a 1 ii filth y voouui would muo&aaor* Value -Comity
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Property
vromta of w-aJto wtu-w : KIP llUdk I SEMDAC
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fp f area .iodise clel.at'gmt.ryt4rosg. ,. auto polish and SUPERLA cat dbs
Court 3'loiies' ______.........--/0,000..0 .
1 luaclisons. Chant, grda Jail -... --_______......sLeoI"eiOther I
dmar. and ta.U. tequtr..p.eisi F"rnlt.... .._.00 I
i 043' day-stay w.a. ,28d ; : 9wep.rty; ci -aouaty .-._.:-_. waooo.oe ,
'I g5} 2 (ee .vw4ii. ....... : 1 4"
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Chinese Home-Seekers Lag .. pdueMloaai: I'I'I' f.J
Pour Into and wora l .. 1
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N.w. at Florida in Short Paragrmpht forces are also tll fee called to>> aecevatTattpa'lrlhee. -', cache of Future Dili : I 9 ';,I ,,

.1 Manchuria at Rate of 2,000 a Day ., : : ?

-- I THK WUOLK: '1'0\\111' Hold Classes In Aeroplane ;!' !
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,, ., ... .... ''."..,. \ a few year. .,(o that;-'whrn happened. an ..-lIIay.her r, I ;, I h I, '1'I 4

-- : fS. or bought'some- boob that he did. .

not pay far MitJit sway, -so be rerelyea I : ,! "
J BY OUR EXCHANGES three'lejtfrs" { one addressed ..: ;, i iI
to'a prominent attorney' so 'the 3 I '

--- -----_.----- -. _.-.._. ... postmaster gave' it to" him, and another ; E Eif .. ItI I
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'toi n",'< hlet of police. Hi. 4t
\ than -00,000) West Palm % .
Bartpw--Mprat. Beach-Work has nrwer(' was'.tmiar. tnth following
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pounds of Spanish moss have-bMt>n been started on construction! of 18 ; ;111 "

bandied k>.th-t: Badow MAa and I and one-bait miles of railroad U''concetnl' '

Fiber company, a'f tjiu: new plant around the southeastern shore 'of house an Omaha jobbing ": '

establtsW-fl "a't; Eagle: Lake, dace. Lake Okeechobee, connecting the an Iowa'rross-rbsde arid 4 ,'hltolJu1l1t town.>J'cballt IB, if:

the fat lr..Y was' :, 'oner-ed 'for 'Jwslnesa -. towns of Clewision' center of the of gouda received' &y tbe A shipment 'rus-' '':
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1 : c.cordipJI to uSTfltciroeni Everglades
AIII sugar industry, and totner was: re/erUd a. 'ulIsa.tlfaot .' ;
made lhy'Juk. nodow. manager Chosen. The new trackage will 9th <<,1""' .

Th., mesnks<' .b'IRI;' converted provide transportation facilities The; jobber
into 'Wried/ 'hair" at the fac- for hitherto Isolated territory. '.' pjicared to' UisUtute .
ilii
wry and, after treatment which Both the Atlantic Coast Line and for ,rolleotlon.' ./ ; and wrete. to I

the outor covering of the" the Florida East .Coast the railroad agent at the village
removes railroads .. :
for J
fiber II 'la baled and shipped to are pushing tracks Into this sec ,' i JnfoeaiaUoa'about'Ibe.. arrival 2 '. r
of'ihe"rotrrhaoJtt! *; to-( the. presi S. '
!iw: York city and to Grand napi tion, the combined expenditure 10' dent
i')3.) Mich." In "arlulld lots, to be total approximately three quarters of the, hank) for,, larortoatlosmccernlhe
financial)
used In uphold+oring furniture. of a million dollars. Work on both ; standing of
"Why the vast quantl'fee of moss! lines Is expected to be completed' tteir customer; ip the mayor of
the r Hy 'astrl e him
to
which can be found all over south November 1. and large forces have recommend
i a good lawj'ef' to handle the
Florida have not been turned( Into been put into activity to speed the. to, the 'merchant Alnteelgihr.aten-111I81;

long before thta Is a mystery operation.
money
ing suit, .If he did not make
payment -
Mr. Bodow said. .
to me, .
-one*. TMe'reply-was rereived -
Bartow-After thirteen years of ; .- ,? -

St. Petersburg-Another dramaof freedom, Willie Bone escaped/ the sea and air waa unfoldedhere Georgia life-termer, was in the ,w va 1 : 4 .
.
is wtpI ,fneJ4i; hotter: pay up.
Thursday with the landing of county Jail here'Saturday follow- '-' -- -'
four survivors of a PanAmericanairways ing his capture east of Fort Meade I" : : TO AAVD ;'OilQnt ''here

airplane in which a passenger by local deputies. The arrest followed ttxw'ivBK-Two thousand ChtnewA manufacturing and mlclag;.1IUICbJJel'1. .nfl'r<;rftlved' ,Ihe .letter. you- write'
day lost 11111 life when it receipt' of advice from .
wan a man and Cfcib.ll are pouring Into i South Manchuria. railway: '>*,'equal ,-tt> : l -:.
furred by near exhaustion of fuel who had recognized Bone from a. Manchuria la one of the greatest migr the beat American: naimuti ..Me.wU i ';aJe1preeJ4enl f' AIIi.1.: ? owner .;,.-,>

to descend last night into the earlier acquaintance in Alabamaas ,,- in; tbe. world's history built cities resemble Seattle. 01" 'Del: of, f)"p,1LiraL; hanllaad'rairassureyAt I -' ,

stormy waters of the gulf after it the man who was supposed' to The rush ot refugees from pro"tncetto / ver. Modern factories and< h+ImtuetrlU "wt' !'Jo.my t ,. ;.nnqnclajaudlng.'' !, $ONIA :MERoFE 4 4Cif
bad blown miles off Its course. The be serving a life sentence for murder China dtated by revolutionary plant are numerous. Yattbule'traanl :-(\a the fniurof'-i /the.city.. I beala ., S

plane which left Havana for Key Bono was said to be originally armlcr resembles the movement of flav.tt past. tempJe a tbotiaaad{ ,' ,* >. a tat".tJw....tr'yy! fco a lawyerlure1amhe.oll
West Tuesday afternoon, alightedsome from Fort Meade aft has boms-seekers Into the American West old find tractor plow furrow the trptHndi ? li>aptsmber. of the barn 't& '1. :;-t; : i Jf '{j7
Ie f>4ot>*cr time, ooordlnj to J. P. in the shadow of the utbnw'I -
ICO miles southwest of here relatives 'lu, tUU section whom be MeKeon of Chicago counselor toex* menu of no>nt. ctvlllzatld,. PUDHo-! ) ," thls.vjclolty\ ,. ,_: tiN : !kI f7 tre.ts,_ fN/ .... "'.t ""f..OJ .. Ott
near the tank steamer Ligonler was visiting at the time of his porch, JUo" M uiJ.d from the schools hotel, club, golf oourM.tabonitorlM VJf.'rwretol; ) the pastor! of the' I .

which rescued the crew of three capture. Orient hospitals, ,sod ,egyicut-. onty'rtMrkh.kiri7fwosld: : tell you Civics I' t
and the remaining passenger. The ancient Jaod.- said ]dr. Me.Kaon. turo] experiment: stations.ace *v,ry- tb'go i to.-ll--.t.ake( County (" i Travelling 'Sc'iopls Will live mnnnrr of teaching ,. '
:, than. a trip to Washington *tp"sH: 1t +
Charles N Ageton, 42, a Flushing West Palm Beach-Charles Lincoln le atb.rapidly. United becoming atttee like tn n*asection I where Manchuria producewheat, ..'..Grwhemp tfltn, w 'I .' ." '. Uc Next Step In the government in action T '. : +N
I I. I., chemist, Identified with the Moree 20 months old infant' -+-- -
planted In the Orient. The Japanese, barley, oats tobac o". SUB**' Education New, Consciousness' ,
Florida Cuban Sugar industry was ion of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Moree of IB control sloe. the RuncUn Japanese beets and oya beans Its mountain* \Will Establish v JI
"Just
radio has the couli.
lout In the crush, being either kill- Rlverla, a suburb drowned in a "... are. developing. UM country so- w rich In Iron and coal. The 'natural try In unison a* musically put by letting, '; ;' ,, 4 1

ed outright'by the plane's smash mud puddle at his home late Sat oondlsgtoocalderetelid*** They: have ] resource we betas _ptdlyx'developed the Isolated farmer hear' the newest !
BaJk Yo:1: -*
lug Impact with the water or pitched urday while making mud pies with tnvMted hundred of million of dol. and the country ha. wosi UM. ;! ;\ | .to' Assistyjfyfeiket ; -tiw closes(; of' City.till future-That will geoRrs.ihy have( ofifs\ the same night that the '
..
out of the craft and drowned. Ur Jn American rdUwey equipment, name of the Oarden of CbtTOV* ,'texcept 4.q.. 1" bluAa! llroadwaylte does this t t' I
several other children beside a -. -----.. .-- .- .--- i -
Ills body was not recovered and water hydrant. After making mud I I' ;: the prtMiicliun J of i Sonia Merotf nflalla travel 1 would develop a.oclalbag. .. : I, (
\ Tlte'Fe.cent t"or
den car which crowded the officer'scar upon compulsion. : !- ; Crop
: ciousneg' in the child! f '
now lmpga- ,
the sinking plane was abandonedwhen pies with the Infant for some time ..t finine. And Souls houM I
off the highway causing It to revelatl'ou of the Heed !rqi atonal L .. : 'Jf"4.1M1'itl'trritrHe"bllatd'hr, > know wlircuuf/ she speaks fur she Silile.. w .
search for it futile. ,
a proved the other children tired of the '
overturn and fatally Injuring committee 'exposed 'tb. $ 1'1-0'- I'an"' spout ,ni,ust uf her li'e getting. Mi<,M M.roff is. or\ran\ Jlnll"'"',_ ,
IPOrt and engaged In other play Green; the prisoner lose, was ar methods by which this orftauUa. : Let tu.81'.a.by] : ut lint '1I1U<1. travellihir school of her ownfor ,

Punta Gorda-Sherod Smith, leaving the baby beside a small reigned before County Judge A tlon has evaded an acrouutlnK.'un' ,: 1}:!tl/p'lr.: JI Cgb, l'or'i, u..aj'. "Malhfrt may: shuJJvr! at thetcaught transcontinental group slnping I tlf 1

employee of the Florida Power hole that had been scooped! out In N. Milton, at Mart-lenny, on reckless der former publicity and eorrkiQ't| t / but I am sure that study. I "In my present vaudeville- four '
the ground. When they returned .r4 ewYolyi;: } j: u; .--tVallstreet14yiti II' : t travel am singing u collegiate foxtrot,: .
and Light company who deliver driving charges and was fined practices acts by plane, that fill : Enough:;: beginning/ itolori-s) he "which Ii t' +
they found the Infant dead face I ; '''''..today$ ,' over 'apparentlyweffMia'de4 vl; orr.fnUry) glades will be says, ;
work waa educational.'social'etc,,
Ice to the ice storage house\ ad $100 and costs Unable to pay, from the publi.hcrsiis) soon ,M itwa e,1:, ,
down in only a few I inches of wa '. ] ..'rppbrU that Democratic the IMS? t step 1 In proyreiMlve" edurntlonn1 ? '
The various church board tned :
joining the flub dock, received an he remained In Jail today. \ printed, yetI found the MU-*. 'It' rand
ter. '. fitrqp.lgu'wanag9r; are Ser- !\ ntIII"( : she deelar. .. die West ,
electrical charge of 2iO volts for dUne in politics have always..! operated the Went, the South.'
lou>Iy 6-nlld'eHnlf'onti, ( of the most "indeed, wi already( have the hu. and the Northwest nil 'knew ; '
at least three minutes Tuesday of Tallahassee-Notaries pubic are In the dark In' their poJU) irninri! Ie tl.l" with & lt
this week and for a time was Tallahassee--Florida cattle are. not qualified to exercise their pow. cal finances. They ..wjll, ipgwt b. Q.4rf{ag.prin0' ; o<"appeal; for* the farm unlv.r ll'v:( ., Whet" moro our'vivid floating nnd' and body no mutter where I am, every t yll ti

thought to be seriously injured.The 40 per cent tick: free or will be by' er of notary on papers executed by compelled to account 'for' ,the Yelp. eyrsf'euggeate4S:' ( In 'Auierlcaa Instructive: method rauld there b" "Transportation join* in the chorus.hs>3 prevteuslji* I L ,

charge: entered his body whenhe December of this year according their.employers in Florida In theopJlllon sources. and .amounts of'their'.coh: _} t 1 1 4 for study Ihu world'* national inn as hard as communication, I

took hold ot a pal rll&n-l'loII to statlctts furnished on a mappreparedJcr. of Attorney General Fred trlbutlona and the nature ai.4 .:TJi.> :>li. 4*.ta 'orgdoltu' New rU Ice tongs through wht! b- tbsTW : .tie-state departmentof t II. Davie 'Answering a query froma character' ot their expenditure*, YorK .bank >witiAU.0e.s0.( raplIM "Wh.t->*<..r.H.ojr'eol| : manner of most aimultarwoui, I think we* 't "

rent lead short -circuited.! 'Smttl, agriculture which 'wl11 be ex. Miami attorney, toe attorney The political "activities of Dlsbop t "Q|[ ;sr2e r>'fiteBd t...r, credit teaching history economic and ought to put more thought eh ;

found It Impossible, to release hii I hiblted at the Iowa State Fair the general said It. Is his opinion that Cannon, and' hi.. Asuevllle, eoittet' to agrctUivra( ( regUm ,far market .-.ocia} p i r-nl'>lnn." Umn that of put- transportation and make practical i' r rill''

grip on the charged; tongs. Gall latter part of this month. The map "the' employer certainly would ence will also come under, ttitf requirements I IIWC.Ol .tb..'')pow maturlagtraps. ci.ting: ,w' u tounti c'aiiN)'.mi Whet a train more routed eifec- tk use>n.of'' it for'the coming genera'

Stevens, a fellow, :worker WIlD Jas wjll be sent to the state's exhibitat have no power to take the acknow, of the new, corrupt, I lobar) j; KM.kok-, chairman of the - *. i -
year suffered ho.rribly' "from ai Des Molnes, a solid carload lodgement of a paper in which hi practice act Tht'/I actlYlties'** Deinorratlc'I ::,Natlaqal' oaaumu e, JuckHonvlllePeoples Hunk\ of resistant county farm and hot I-| t c i ital i ;d

electrical charge when, he felt Intqa which already has arrived In was Interested and cannot do in-i be considerably curtailed when aM"fJIUII1I4, :e 0.. ot.tbo. most Jacksonville will extend facilities In prospnct In HlllstibrougV 'Ci '
Iowa's capital city. The map shows bU possible contributors understand 14UMf''t..a. hn pnifiminary., dUcus- '
switch at the plant saved Smith directly through employees ;
of bank by addition of new' de. county, ; i
by prying the tonga looms with 8 that there are thirty-five million what.he.caunot do directly." that their contributions are to,, be I slgprofthy, project I. declined to this.cuesttlereports tartments and Increase capital. he- >;'. k+' ; i
scantling found nearby. acres of area In the state six million made public, and when'tbe organizations I : ,further than to Ituht'i' ; a ,
of which are under fence; themselves realize t that! I iigltotqati:;'' .the./ auggesUoo was tore end of year 4 ''
ALLt'MT GIVK .\( (()UNTThe. 000 new building at Adams arid' iIxte1 i ,y
while twenty-nine million acres are their reports must specltylbe pith.. ,na4e f to.Ii. '. i by farm leaders: Tl1mpu1"rtwUfo of modern fire- k ';''i
Btreets.
Pensacola-Frank, tlinrlclci.40 0, open, or unfenced. There are approximately shock that a f 10.000.000presidential poses for which their expenditure( .a,. . + '
was held Friday charged with assault 10,600,000 acres now are made. Publicity Is a deadly "ll' !"

and battery after officers free from tick infestation, and by the national campaign eo.mmtte.1Il. as estlmiated foe of hypocrisy. Persons who JQjV:'. :XAGGER TED iliaH'HE LS HA'RM FOOT /f' ,it

found Carter Goodman, 24. lyingby nearly 3,500,000 additional acres be- to those who have been crying contribute to the ,to-called dry a

the side of a road, severly beaten will be released from quarantine out 'against huge expenditures of funds and' are themselves ..jiotoflouuly ,' '. '

and with one eye almost com.pletely In December, making a total of money {in politics Is somewhat wet, cannot afford, to. have 'Wgb Nseq.brYlyavm.Ilor.and MenWNt.

torn out. Goodman said nearly fourteen million acres compensated for by the knowledge both facts.'known. It T. into i Yags.Jy'plMeYNM". Are see..

he was attacked in a lonely spot, which will be free by' tbe first of that various jMrtarlau mid So far the two major'' parti** aOgw.4er..r.: I" tats, """ ''e Pr. t/.., i iM

his assailant beating him with an next year. other organizationwhich have de- are concerned there,is ptQm'1.ot. : tL kbst4'rars.rij" ...c UyaenMtIaesfy1WsiM '
automobile crank, loading him Into a fuller accounting than In tln ** \
partedfrom their' avowed purposes Elects. fill guggeset d
the
!
back threatening
of a car and Tallahassee -- Gor. John W. to Inject themselves into politics part The national .-ommltfHs.- ( UItbl..t'.1..L; i
to throw him into the Perdldo river f r' f I b M ,S'S'
i
have t
Martin Thursday faced tbe task will be compelled.to account pub- both parties! heretofore lak-. ,.. ,n

'. of signing fourteen death warrantsfor licly for the money they receive en every legal advantage.possible : ;i> .J;*.SCliOI.1,'M. D. 4* '
persons who have been sentenced and expend and thus be revealedIn under the' publicity. Jaws and .car* '
Cedar Key-Missing for more to die by various courts their true light as political bod rupt practices acts, and 'lu' some I-Iputk,,pppOMd'to' a"re..onabl. k i :
than 38 hours and believed lost over the state. The names of those I... known Inxtancea have juggled and 'beighe ofK4ej': r ip .(!IDeO'1 sbae :

In a storm which swept this sec whose lives now are literally In The amended federal corrupt concealed) the sources of {beJr 0oiojtlmM, ti'ts'' .dMlra Je. et..run| _

tlon of the gulf coast Monday and the chief executive's hands were practicesact of the 1926, ftovtlou Funda., Thin year tbe II DUee... .of out wild Set ar tow 'k>*el.4 also... tti. ry 'J"1; ,

Tuesday, five m mber&of a fishing not made public, however. He 302, thus defines a political committee both committees are 'In the band* Average abed proeeede; ""WI".U....* I li

party were found near'(.lIe mouthof said It probably would be several / required' to make a full accounting of business lyen. The committees' Ma.4eit:a4t 'prin ic' *. cue the tool .

the Suwannee river. la thePIII.ty days before he had finished the under the act themselves are committed to full! III 'gra4MsUy ->.iu*. a..i-. tar blgasebe,4Tba M f ,
Mr. and Mrs.iJlm fllb- and the : ..vwcta: ot (toe oatS oon .
were task as he Inteded to review each "ADJ""- committee, association or publicity new corrupt ; ,
Bon, Lee K, 'CJIbudn and Gardner case seperately before affixing hU organization which acceptsontrt- practices act Is explicit and. haulteeth" .IrKt and thin ena witjj high nected
McRae, of Gainesville, and Miss and set III It 11I10811o ins able to jnlnuiui the ten
signature to the warrants butloos or makes expenditures for
"ton,required *> MUnce me body.
Loleta Rawls of 'Will is ton. -they of execution. the of influencing atl.wptiog While the amount of estimated '
ting the dates purpose or money '6.l. tto* Mlovctoa of vwy high bests '
were none the worse for their ex- to Influence the election to be spent I, much: larger foray change ot peaI_' te orde ,r.'

prlt>nce. They were stranded In a Tallahassee Florida's general of candidates for presidential 'or than ever' before, the public alloy to' Vale lain '''.c tMlaaee a wotnaa ,
disabled boat when the storm vice' presidential electors." be expected to have a clearer b.c.kaW.terward'and beo4ethe l ', '
;
parsed fifty year '
struck them, but had( managed to election and law now was is out of date In the The Anti-Saloon League baa knowledge of bow It Is collected upper pan of the body beakwtrd.eowrse. K $ ) /1 ii (4rt I 4 4'I

go into the mouth of 'the rirer. ago opinion, 'of Fred II. Davis, attorney spent many millions of dollars. In and where It goes. But consoling To.w.1.VWI .pWy1tur.... at,otrsh..spinal la a Change eoIulDQ ot, 5' S ,

general. The law requires, be wholly political activities, and has Is the thought that tbe pseudo l/'gaay.obtbgte. felvla dlewdera 1'1,

Gainesville--As a protest against' pointed out In a recent opinion, never accounted for any part of It !political organlaatIons nas .uerad- The *u' n>,al convtan beading of the ;

the so-called "Lilly White" factionof that each precinct In the state ..._. ,4 cneee fanned. te.Hfuee,he ..-.- ,1S,I ,

the Republican party. promInent state must have three registration >ai clee ot M > M".. ed may uses 9, r ql i' '

negro leaders of the state books prepared, no matter how WALTER P.CHRYSLER'STRAFFIC tturnp U> the beck pen of the tMtto.Tbroufti .
Ike tIIC b bail be .levertcet
tailed ,
a colored state republican
of the prenclncts are.
small .some u>e' beat .,oou. o* alIt.a. om the
convention which was held here This should be done, the state iolat above .. oeatly mac..-. The
Saturday in the Meta theatre, with legal head said and the election TALKSFAMILY Action M i eunUM'Vo 1btI. which reuiw ...

representative negroes to the num- laws should be strictly followed. fay teagtbeaiM he arm of aI. tlf
ber of approximately five hundred Otherwise there likely will be a ...... Tbe ..... e* sudden twist t

Present. Stating that the colored contest of the elections not held PROBLEMS of tbe foot-to one side Cb. Mberle1
committee S7.*uy lrarsas. men were Ignored by with the law,
accordance
the present In 'Buld There i I. no more humiliating six hours by stalled ears, tack of MWM'"( iM enfcM an wore UeMe to
republican party gov- he declared. and unnec,$Mry miiforlane in the gas; oil, water or water -in the bet occur rnea- rMij>c very nigh basis ,'
erned iby recent' comers to( the world to the motorist than to run lanes i I. the most frequent! cause' The b ....'.. "..,. Mould be to/f
state' the meeting threw-lQWD the ''Jacksonville--Archie Goes, 22, out of gas or tome other necessity for stalling. Literally thousand 'nouc 10 corm,t jMtetire lo cauntl,a to the "Lillie Whites" and. residing on the old Gainesville and have the car stop quietly but of people are inconvenienced and for U e Body w. fB., The apper ear: made a motion to nominate six i road about 14 miles from Jacksonville determinedly in the midst of a the car in some instance Uwag
white presidential electors, pledged was being held In the busy street. This happens very The tame thin happens tautf foes reete ebeuM not elope eutpjjtroajk 9 _
to vote for Hoover and Cutrls Saturday as the often where r number of personsin tirries, in the rush season on; men ",11 to' turns, e.slenna, the foot W. \;' '6 /1
Jail j'J (
( Baker county the highways which through la tHM Iorw4. .t e> tfte *oe ef Uie -K *grated: belthts e* "heel sleep In tucrtsMd strain er sprain ;
aft chosen by the RepubUca eon- driver of an automobile one family run same car or. run .. | .Ki.,
alleged\ admitted a.., foot "give." sideways I-a Or.cln woman stuuil upright >M llpl
'entl ?n. which wrecked a pursuing when there are two cart ia the country towns. If you have Afamily high heel blfto ddlWonaleifttt with suuM-se a! trMk. l but a iuodrn woman rll t. who ...4 .
.
family, on. of which U the alt run officers' car near Macclenny two around errand car of Jour cylinder It will help you, theme and 'toward UM forepart ot tne rootwhirt adopt* ciueine blb beet stands wUb cult IMUM-IC reused and body seatto i i II |1'11/11.
.. r shoe web. aloe e4MS) ;: (
the death of Mtui* *>*. provided small end .malsiUla bee balance. I-X-Kay et la
Tallahassee to cause '
Traffic between weeks ago and the other the the community -
perhaps
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/, ''
marshal of bOo* to fscinlaq .. eiateand (reduced to about oae-lblrd). inewlaf aorflcal plate or .,.fa sePPUSI'is It
this I 37 city limousine which dellc&W
city and Jacksonville was tied H. S. Green cloted.coach or no Where there are two cars, hi a .... I
'olo Mk f ute -
pluee. <
epnncy
UP by two bad washouts around Macclenny and a Baker countydeputy one But the bead of the house or family or several persons run ease'car .' t not i'i1\ (
which it sheriff. Constable W. H. the wife darn touch. a record of servicing should face ..Tit4 tea trtMCure of Individually sited to lbs tab u Vco
detour form the metatarsal
was impossible to boopwd .co ..*. Iaa.easd: w...b. edne taming the port tpositions .
the Sowannee: river baa oveiflow.ed "Buddy" Casque, of this city, wbo I But the personal embarrassmentis be kept! and put in some, place ia .vaIIno. *, |/t0 eofo**.4 change 01ppil4a se h. at tbe bell et She foot Injuryto ) .t.or. use bones to shell snare If ,J
who obtained a slight inconvenience compared: the car which can be by the _pont :> yivmuaculaf 1 f fo.tasary :
Its banks -and. Is till rh..11 I. arrested Goes and I seen wJklcit unDff eru hle weight tbe arch may be accompanied bf
him with tbe fact that becoming stalled / Driver, Pinning or pasting this ..._. Tbe grads aonc&lnA:: sad stuntwtaadrT'; :
from I ,, pain metaUwtMcla.
it Is sail to be the highest in his tbe purported confession ea toe jp4>c. '*'' a. mar '
ei..b.rW
check Of in .a busy place automatically record to the flap'of tbe; side pock. tunttton wltt ute,,4.*Alace or waoee eo itudlt>eJ arch even MS ttoe tansy oootroL aboee I ,
tory. The same la true of the Au- was given the personal I putt ode ia the petition nf beintf rt nearest the drive L the beat( aJao weekaaistbe UDdH be carefully au... eo Ube .' satere may '''t : U s
side ef the foot '
cilla of Baker. county ; t* ,Ile/ usjury r e saga ** .ca .. ::17
river between Madison and Sheriff Joe Jonas, let than public nui ._ N .paw .. i. ,
no> ntore or a position for such r. recur4. soe lve W0Iblfl) and aanrwblgn strain of aJedJreeted weight AtOr given AC. ."
wA.tt s
Uonticello. are uoe al a reward. Deputy All because the car bat I if"M / not pr.gt.r.d ...,'i t
Road" forces work- for sance. 1I OW Seal' 4 the foot may Ga"- a only .wbaweigbt trouble be: zfu. ;
log day and night and the Old Sheriff O. D. Dorman assisted Cosstable been taken out without.. the driver', The perso-4 first takinr. C car eu .a.dJ ;tkMnJJ1 o&abort t&are dirt 1ttI, ; IN i 1 <
r'trb I
in the ej-rl. f'rn kd ctlpaer ncyea '
rjornina should l .. ,
Spanish In arrests) ID tb.ea.e hiving checked: en the essential C fool reeulte la a postures er eoctipatoaaseaIM d dsysamle
Trail has been kept open Gasqne oil ami )) *ftor f .creetw> relief me she of tbe ereb. MI [ "
of Goes the service record. > : .. water and! rv. ; d t' dlsw..s eNl w.abss.kl. Ii
from and return or '
Monticello to Pensacola. yesterday w.1.e., e) HtufBtnf gait. f
Follow Or a .certain bridge in NVwrYcrfc same iml.jt; sure to pet d' i .. .. wean may reeul* it tea lrouaAM..tut.i r'I .
Leon another to Macclenny. The icrreteedtareper tr-i--e abs ( MM ajBowa a* '
county lost two bridge last and ;fh l iH. f.iUrm 01 ,tan l'l'.UC .
eaxtfcMion that mHic in the I"e" 'Mui milrug. o tell. u r f/" : foot eoielae tbe eu- weak feet and fallen arches have been lbS att.enuOQ gin t

rlver'West night, both of over her.'the i Oeklockn: : he was la* bU driving alleged the moonshine la- kooxtiuu flea one to live sal ." oi tiuje, Lkk ft( ..".':,1".. MIS 'svaaat-oftKbe- a0/01a:.wWyr. ..... helped beu. >gical pUvee ef **GO .uj- phlsla* r .. i:'. t'.J'1< ..c'I ..' ',



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I you do the courting yourself." kiln, were all attending to>> business

"Mrs. M." ho said sternly, thls; In GeorgU Tuesday.

Is no time for fooling Tta Justice Mrs. bally:; Mott who has been

is waiting." ,,' spending a few weeks In Georgia)

"The justice Well f suppose! I with her daughter Mrs. Prevatt,, URNEY'SLAWTEY

I must go; but the thing ,)la' all so returned home last week.

I sudden, and besides, I'd much prefer Mrs Sutton and daughters,

t. have a priest do It." V Hazel Thelma and Gertrude, who FLA.

"" ......---.. have: been visiting their grand ,
leturned to their home 1 in
mother,
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Phone 29 The Sunday school teacher was
St Petersburg last Thursday.
speaking "This morning have
we,

,. ___ __. _. ,_ ___ ,_ I. for our subject Ruth. Ruth the Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Thomas, and' Cash Prices for
Mr. and Mrs. SaturdaySPECIAL
Oleaner. Now who in this class son. J W., end
HARRIET HITCH the gifts to Mrs. all from Lacrosse,
1 HKS Kahr'' In a very can tell me anything about Jtuth'" Strickland were
UyEN BUl'TKT' Hfl'l'EIl clever manner, the' gifts being visiting friends and relatives here '
A nnjall boy.raised his hand. "Wel,1WlII'e Special 'Lqiy .
placed In Price "
I a large basket. what do you knofw\ about Saturday afternoon. F
Miss Louise Ware oLawrettceville Refreshments of ice Carl and Mr. L. R.
Honoring cream and Kutlk?" ,Please ma'am, hmfClear: > Mr. Hough
ti Ga., and Mlsa Margaret cake were served late. In the after : '' : $25100: GaIney were business visitors to
t' ed dp'sixty ,home runs (last .8eIlS .
t Mlnnls of Augusta. Ga., wh noon, Lollypops were used as ,fa- Jacksonville Monday

i ,were guests of Idles Elise Jones vors. Club niembera an'd others son it't _e-i-i'u Mr.\ Curley.of Lacrosse ,was a 10 pounds SUGAR58c

for tbt last week Miss Harriet Invited were: 'MIsses Pearl, anj'" ,.tl lizu.," asked a friend of th'efl1my's' Custom Tailored visitor' here' Saturday afternoon. :
Rltch entertained with a bouffe Dora Manning. tussle 'Mae Beriuett Mr. and Mrs A, B. Crosby are I
; ++ supper' Thursday evening at the Ruth Guest Cortez to''the wash ,'woman SUITS of born '
1Fs I ,; Andrews Have you seen Peggy'n flans the 'proud parents a new 24 pounds Plain Pillsbury $1.25
peek cottage on Kingsley lake. Lillie and Dollle McRae, Christine .,: Here's an opportunity that son, August 12. which they have
f yetTf
This' large summer home was Kahr Edna Stansbury, Lois Col- you can't afford to miss. The named ElmerGlen.Mi1 .
"Jfro. ma'am, replied the colored
&J1'41 decorated for the occasion with ley, Eva,1\larcotte., Beatrice Johnu; finest custom-tailored, made; and Mrs. Dennis Waters and

wii ; crepe myrtle, vines and Spanlsmoss. Elizabeth and Estelle Kendrick, moment woman, "It; /after'ain't been pondering In the for wash,:'a toyourmeasureclothes obtainable baby, A. 'Z.''Cortes are spending a 24 pounds self-risiDg FLOUR ,

Inez Abernathy, Grace Wood Annie anywhere at prices few weeks here with her mother
yet.
1, Following supper Mr. and Mrs Mae Pearce, Mrs T. L. Alvarez) 1 that are astonishingly low. Mrs. O. W. Thomas.

r .;A J, II. Rltch and Mr. and Mrs. De Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr.. Mrs; Her- Mr. Ben Nobles of Palatka :was Guaranteed
:.j WittY C. Jones went with the part bert Hart and Mrs Kahr the hon- Employer: "My'g6odness'hereyou Get out of the'' readytowear visiting friends and relatives here - $1.104noundsRICE23c
have been working "an hour habit! You don't know
1+ pi to Hampton Beach where the remalnder orE'e. Sunday.

.LL of the evening was spent and you have accomplished almost how comfortable It Is to weara Mr. Ellis Clemons of WauchuU
y Ip Ii suit made eHpctiaJly for
nothing.
r.Y
in dancing.
WYNN-HOIUSRTS was visiting his parents Mr. and
Invited to be with Mies War New Man: "Well I dare-Bay I you. \Mrs. John Clemons here Sunday.

and Miss Mlnnia were: Miss Florence A wedding of much Interest was coulrJ have done more, but believe' Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Crosby of
the
Come In and out
', X' L. Andrews, Miss Virgin! solemnized Wednesday evening me I never" was 'a man for showIng material choose pick your own Jacksonville, are visiting their 3 Cans No. 2 TOMATOES25c

$} i ;, Weeks,. Miss Elise Jones Mis August 15th at 9:30: In Hampton off ? style and direct the fashioning friends'' and relatives here this
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d' Elizabeth Andrews, Miss Rut at the home of Rev. F. M. Taylor e' -- week.

i I Sternberg, Miss Dorothy Alvarez, Baptist minister, when Miss Gertrude Shaver Bros. will establish ship of jour more.than suit It stickingto doesn'tcost Cong. R. A. Green of Starke; was 8 pound Bucket LARD

1 { Mr. and Mrs. $. Maurice Edwards, Ann Wynn, oldest daughter ping,station here In Live Oak.'have ready-madest any I visiting friends and relatives here $1.20

Sam Sternberg. Carlyle Rltch, S of Mr. and JMrs. Nlram V. a man here to Inspect the peppersas ', last week.
Just try It out! ,
NIY ', p ;'Johnson.. C. II. Coulter, Charles Wynn of this place and Mr. C. A, they are. brought In, and serve Miss Lillian Fogg motored over 3
and 3
t Darby,' Eugene1 Matthews, James Roberts, Jr., of Lake Butler were the growers 'In the marketing. It NSTERNBERGSTARKE here Friday afternoon to carry Soap Powders24c

; 4' i William Brownlee, Telfalr Long, united In marriage by Rev. Tay- will be necessary to have certain home her sister Miss Leola Fogga

J Murrah Rooks, Comer, Long, Cllf lor, using the Impressive ring days> of the week for bringing In FLA. member of this school faculty to

; ton Brown of Tampa, and Leroy ceremony. Only the ''Immediate the crop so that a full car can be spend the weekend.Mr. Our

:;, ., Whippy ot Albany, Ca. families and a few close friends shipped and so that the growers Elmer Strickland and Mr. Market will be

.were present. may be able to pick the peppers ....................... Troy Thomas of Lacrosse, were

KNTERTA1N: nRlDrUl CLUB .The bride, a pretty blonde leone and'have them accepted immediately visiting here last ,Saturday afternoon open Saturday with a
: Keystone Heights :
of the most popular and in order to avoid shrinkage .

W; l f i ''Mr and Mri. F. F. Stump entertained charming members of Hampton'syounger : .'saye'the, LIve Oak Democrat ..,' Ml' *. Helen 0...... Cor. .. )Mr, and Mrs.. Malley Lynn are line of Western and

their bridge club Thursday set and looked lovely Indeed : +......................+ the proud parents of a new daughter

1 evening at their home on Wal- in her wedding dress of e--.. Keystone. Heights, Aug. 24.- which was born Aug. 18th. 'L- Florida meats.

t' ; 1 +''I ''nut, street. Yellow and gold was white flat crepe with. accessoriesto Grveland-$4.000 new Sunday Mr and Mrs. J. K. Larson are I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hazen of

the color motif. Tallies Were done match. i school building being constructed spending the 'month of August Gainesville, were visiting here last

e r t' In these'colors and bowls and baskets Mr. Roberts Is the son of Mr. I here for First Methodist churcti. with relatives and friends in the Sunday ,

AL of yellow and gold zinnias C. A, Roberts a prominent citizen -' Winter Garden Agricultural state of Pennsylvania.Mrs. : The Brotherhood members of

were placed about the rooms where of Lake Butler, and Is state experiment' station may be 'established \ Chas. Wlenman and \little dalnesvllle, motored over here last 2'PoundsHamberger25c

flYeJables were arranged for the livestock Inspector for Union In this vicinity son returned to Keystone Heights Sunday afternoon, and "'spent a
players county. Plant City-Citizens Bank of Sunday, after spending six weeks
4 pleasant afternoon with the Brooker -
; N, 4t High score was obtained by Mra. After an Informal reception Plant City acquires Farmers & with relatives In Pittsburgh Pa. B. Y. P. U.: TRY OUR ALL-PORK

J, P. Tonillnson' Lake Wales when Mr.' and Mrs. Roberts received Merchants Bank of Plant City. The Exchange Club of Starke Mr. Alvin demons ,was transacting SAUSAGE

} who was given a pair of silk hose. the best wishes and congratulations St. Augustine-Road 47'from gave the kiddies of the Baptist business In Jacksonville

Mr. Lenthall Wyman, also made of' relatives and Spuds to southern terminus of Howe, for children a happy time last week. '-,--,-,--,-, -,_, -,

high and was awarded a deck of friends they left by automobilefor Jullngton Creek bridge will be last Thursday when fourteen members Misses! Stellmae\ }Ward', Florene -

3 + cards. Mrs. 8. L, Peek and Mrs. O. Lake Butler, where they will graded and bridged by mid-Aug' of the club drove to Key Ward Rosalee Ward and Josephine Peggy "Daddy what did the

J. t M. Inman received 'a box of handkerchiefs reside, having a nicely furnished ust. stone Heights bringing a picnic I Chesser, were visiting, at Dead Sea die of?"

ti I and a deck ot cards respectively bungalow In waiting for them. WauchuU-Strawberry acreageIn 'lunch\ tot the children. About Hampton Beach Sunday afternoon. Daddy:'1'011. I don't know child." Say it with Flowers

for low: The best wishes' of many friends this sectlon"wlU be doubled that forty children from the home were Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mott passed I Peggy:: "Daddy, where do

a, I a An Ice course in yellow was areextended 'to ,these worthy of last year, present and did full pustlce to the through here last Sunday on dreams go when you wake up?" Flower For All

# served at the close ot the evening young people they'begin life's Fort Lauredale-City plcaed! In good things prepared by the Starke their way home. Daddy: "I don't know."
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tl' nasturtiums accompanlng Journey together. : first class proteotlon system of ladies, and thanks are due Mr. L> Mr. and Mrs. L.: L. Morgan\ and Peggy: "Daddy, why did God Occasion

'} each plate. -, ,Southeastern Underwrites' "Asso Wyman for the Ice cold DOD donated children, spent Sunday' In Sampson put so many bones In the fishes?" '

Playing were; Mrs, ,J. P. Tomllnson JL'HT IIaiKnd elation I by him. Prizes were won by'abme with friends and relatives.Mr. Daddy: "I don't know that either. -
of Wales Mr. and Sam had passed through a harrowing Tallahassee Construction of ." Gertrude
Lake ; of the children and all were S.,, M. Mott wasa business GodbeyAnderson
I Mrs. J., B. Butler, Mr. and.Mrs. experience.' He ba'd'a"en. a' 35 hotels, apartments and restaurants r''yen favors: The commtttea lu visitor to Valdosta'Ga., last week. Peggy: "Goodness daddy, who

L. Wyman, Mr. and MrB. S. L. .,ghost in Florida In June represent c.1ilirge"wer8: J. L. Frazee. 0, W Mrs. Harvey Warren'of Waldo. made you an' editor?"-Watcht
'"All, Jestecemeout'o', de a twtshed ed afc expenditure of nearly a million / .
Mr. apd"MrbOL Bea.aley. man Examiner
Peek. ; Alderman, F. F.; Stump ,and L. i -
a s' N Mr. and Ml'a ,JfJ I aterpberg,. Mr, and bad a pit oh mttRtrrnpti fendhalf dollars.PensacolaFrisco. ..' \V man. ... Is spending some ktlme,,here with, Phone SI'
friends and relatives. Waldo. FU.
and Mrs. G/-M., innUn, Mr.; 'and handy: Deu'ah hears a noise by die I railroad''will' 'F. Walrath and Donald Pang- Barefoot
Mr. P. M. was transacting
t i ;1 Mrs. J.W, Andrews, Jr., Dr. and side of de road and' de ghost erect $100,000 new station here. born drove to Tallahassee' last : IHwouutlug lie Future"I
C'i 7 tn'' Mm. E. L. Biggs, Miss Mabel Wel- ruhes out," he said Miami-AIr mall'sf';1lce between week. business! here Saturday last. am going to1'pay you back the

,,1? ? I ; ler and Mr. J. J. Triiby.. "Did you shake wid fright. Sam here and Havana wlll/fca established Mr. George Bird was in Green money 1 owe you in a few weeks."
"Why Chlpley New
asked a dusky bystander NNN N N NNN N you don't owe me 'any- Wishlngtou

IFr r CLUB KNTKUTAINEI> I "Ah don't know what ah shook Panama September City-Bay county citizens Cove Springs last week on busij .. EVERGREEN .. thing!" i' county courthouse nearly completed -

wld Ah ain't saylu fo' suttln ah ness.The "I will in a few minutes." .
elated over progress' being community picnic waa held (Mrs. F. A Roster, Cor.) It
t t I Bright garden (lowers formed shook at all. But when ah got made construction of Gulf .
''Y+ on Friday evening about forty-five ........................
the decorationwaen'Mr
and Mrs. home ah found all de ,,
milk ,, ,
L, gone Coast Highway ? ware present to enjoy":' the usual Evergreen!; Aug. 24.-lIlr. J. M. l"'IIIiIlt'lIIlIl' HiiiiiiiiiIlllM"'Huiiiiliiiillii/ "' iiiiiiiiiiii"HIO"nnIlIlH'/JIIt'ItI1Unll"IH'IIIII'IIIIHIIII" / / """mmmmwiimniniiiim' "," ,"" '"""" ,,
; W. M. Wainwright received the and two pounds) ob butter In de Panama City- Work began. goorf { I
supper. Rosier and children of Woodlawn,
-' fnembers ot their club last Thursday pall."-Exchange. on new bridge which: 'will i';han Mr. and Mrs John Collins of were the guests' of Mr. and Mrs: HAROLD C. WALL '

r : ,evening. There'! W...ie!'> Others Messelena bayou at Tarpon dock. I Earlton, encnt Sunday In Keystone: J. F.. Rosier Sunday afternoon; I

; 5 When scores were compared An Irishman was a JacksonvilleContracthet! for Heights./ Mr. A. H. Green of' Starke wasa
found to quite pro INSURANCE
$rs. A Z. Adklns was
4 and reaplrs federal I ISTARKE.
improvements
P Mil and Mrs. Frazier Rogers business visitor to Evergreen
blem for the priest, who( was con-
11 + J hold high and was given a tea bell. building here.JackaonvtueNew. \ 1 I
and family of Gainesville came Saturday
i d! Mr. C. A Knight captured high tinually lecturing him on the ev- FLORIDA '
"q showroom .
to Keystone Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rosier
toe the men and received hand ils of drink and bad habits. over Heights Saturdayfor are
,
and motor service department I a'' two week in the Wal. announcing the arrival of Represents the Brat
kerchiefs. Mr. and Mrs. U. Kirk One day hemet the priest In the stay a son Leading Insurance Companies!
building will be enacted at Main rath cottage on East!; Lakevlew born. August 14th. The little fellow
Lewis, were given a deck of cards street and First streets. FIRE, ACCIDENT, LIFE, AUTOMOBILE, BOND, LIABILITY)
Drive. has been named Robert Ced-
.
i "Father said Pat "what Is ,the
+ and linen handkerchiefs as rev -
cause of lumbago" Tavsres-New front installed for Mr. and !Mrs. Frank Paul, who ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY'
}irrit for low. rlp.Mrs.
j : The priest, thinking this Tavarea Grocery, have been attending ,Farmers: J. S. Rosier; Leslie Mc- .
1F-f The hostess served a chicken an excellent : "mm-----III'HII'-"I1'IOIIIIIIII"'IItIIIIIIII.1IJ1IIIII1I11' ''''' '''' ''' '' "
St. Petersburg-$230.495.gtreet Week In Gainesville spent Saturday ,Clellan and Louise Rosier spent !!!!!! 1''l11f1'"I11IP'tIIIJIIIIIIIN"mllt"'III-' '' !!!!!!!!!!! I"
opportunity to bring his .
the end of the
tialatt course at eve t
paving contracts let,here. and with and I Sunday with Mrs. Roster's __ ___
.t I ning. charge to serious thinking replied Sunday Mr. daughter -- -- ____ .. ,
Dade .City-Packing, houaofDade ,: Mrs. Rogers. !Mr. and Mrs. Paul I Mrs. J. ,s. 1 I
., i. Mr.. And__ Mrs., O... Kirk Lewis : .. : Sapp. :
y ,1 Were invited to be with the mem "Why. that Is caused by,keep- City Clrus Growers', Aseoclation left \Monday for their "home. in J. E. Rosier was a visitor to
hours on S. A, L. tracks being re Tampa. Starke Saturday.
hers on this occasion. Ing too lata and 'drinkingtoo I
., ) I often. Had you taken my ad modeled and enlarged. '. Mr. J. H louder and Wesley Mesdames R. E. Lee and Jess

f ,KIRS. ROBINSON HOSTESS vice and stuck to the straight and Haetlngs-State Road No 47' Larson returned to Keystone Saunders of Clay, county, spent STOP THOSE !

I Mrs. J. C. Robinson was bostoss narrow path you would not be In from here to'Tooci will be iurfac'edIn Heights Tuesday from the north. Sunday here the. guests ,of Mr

Friday to the afternoon this: dreadful condition" near.future.Jacksonville. 1\1.; Houser has spent the past two and Mrs. William Pringle.

,t, '' bridge"flub at her home on Madison "01 sure taint me what's gotIt Pan-American months with frlends.and relatives Cohen Peele!!! spent Sunday with

Beautiful red, raid- ," returned Pat. "I' was only Petroleum, Corporation will"erect in Lakewood, N. Y.. and Meadvllle,, his cousin Gecow.Sapp.

r avenue. abundentlyn wondering what caused It. I.sWu $1 0.000 new filling station at St. Pa.. He also visited his eon ,.Har Mr. and Mrs., C. A. Pringle and

)''' |iance n the roses living were room used where the players -" the paper where tbe.bishop was John. and Forest avenues..:: old In Chicago. Mrs. 1I0user'and children were the guests of Mrs. LEAKS ,
suffering Irom lumbago."-fid- Bradenton-$3,116 contract 1 let\ daughter Gertrude, will not return Saunders at Black Creek Sunday '
f spent the afternoon. High, a
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for building sidewalks along .
i Bits, Loriflou. new until October.! Mr. Larson .
combination ot Coty's
tN package perfume
4 I and powder, went to Mrs. N, e waterfront here spent the summer with his parents Angry Parent-''!'11 teach you to ,
S p t C t Making It ClearIn Mollno-E'acatnbla Caunery f: In,"Sheffield. Pa. kIss boys!"
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Mrs. M. Waln4
Sternberg.
the Georgetown section ot Shipping Company here doing good Precious Daughter: "I wish
Wright made second and received : you
4 P, A guest towel. The hostess served Washington there's a polite little business. :N..N.NNNNNN.N: would Paw; I don't think I'm a Watch, out I Put a stop to the
4. boy 00 lisps, and who Is sensa- Melbourne dll will be,received at ;'
t success It.
salad the end of the now.
at
; a course. tlve about it A neighbors kitten for rock 'and surfacing of ''new : BROOKER leaks that prevent you from

progressions. strayed Into his yard and he kind Melbourne KIssImmee highway : '
1If1. Loll
'. t 'i Those present were: Mrs. A. Z.Adktns ly took It back. The following Punta Gorda-Work will be Oals.r. Car. Store Keeper: "Say you. I don't saving! Open a savings ac :
Mrs. N. Steinberg, Mrs ...........N..N.NN.. like 'the ring of tnia quarter
conversation took place: started shortly on T.nll ral Trail (r/f count in this bank and deposit I
W. M Wainwright Mrs O. L. "Is dls you tltten" across bay hf're.MelbourneAIrport' Brooker, Aug 24.-Mr. L. R ""Well what do you expect for ,

Ifaynes Mrs.- J, S. Butler, Mrs. "I don't understand you, child. established GaIney, H. P. Gainey' and Mr. quarter, a peal of. bells\ a regular sum weekly. You
II, V Knight, Mrs. J, W Andrews.Jr. and Mrs.' R."111. Oalney were visit' S- I
What did ? here.
.,, Mrs. E. L. Biggs. Mrs C. A. you say r tors to Georgia last Thursday. My son,, beware the baby stare have no idea how quickly the
"Is die your tltten Plant City Bids for 28-foot,
Knight, Miss Mabel Wellcr and Miss Louise Carraway. Because if Us a bluff I '
"Sat It again little boy, a little 18-Inch sewer pipe to be used In member She knows too money will mount up, and
Mra. L. Wy.man. of the Brooker school faculty; much O .
i louder. extension of sanitary sewer. to Hew was ,transacting business In And If It.. not. c what a comfort i it will be to '
"IS PIS YOUR ;
t'LUR ENTERTAINS DAMN TATVThat's I eyptlatank. '''',. *' Gainesville last She doesn't, know enuf.
I RECENT JHIIUKHonoring'Mrs. Lacoochea Cummer'.CypressCompany's 'Mr.! J. J. Saturday\, you 'to know that it is available ,
Morgan. J. H.
.._- flight. i planer and crate miller Kelly .Wunne: "I can't understand why
: Brkfget; and Pat were studying '"" and .Frank and Martha Groover t twas In time of neted One dollar !-
"I r Louie ,ICatr. nee & nninrfntt\ blast: I ljte' sQ, drunk last night.. I only
Miss Wilma' Edwards,'whose marriage the law of compensation :- ,' Ocara-t-s-eorittace'' let' *6i"\> "construction af landed annnual'' meeting-, had one glass?' -, starts off account for
.
"According to this'said Long Pond in Levy county' tastjrtes ) an I
rps' -was ''a recent event, the E. llrldtget of $85,000 new Trinity .'Gjiyee: "Yes. but( they kept J r
t "Whin a man loses one sense Academy at -.For' GolfaAfreets weelc.-end. It" ( you It is as save
4 f O. Club entertained st a mis- his others are more developed." Ilng"'anct; Mary Marshburn-bf ''Lake filing necessary
'X shower l I..at Friday' atrI4ternoou e \ r! v *
cellanepus
"Sure "n" Oi've' notlee\!;'It, *'fl1 : Clearwater .Erection t 1ntler. waa a visitor to'our school e.,'. .e .. ."-. money as it is to earn money.
frdm'three audl-
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toBt_ _o'clock :; of : '"
ii at the'attractive home. of> Mrs,! J, J. claimed Pat. "Whin a man has one Lorlum' and'- stadium ,-on. nit'westarcltyparkunder last.. ; Fridaylrs.. Russ : 4 1 us explain *to youjn detail r-
leg t shorter than the other begorTra '': > and children.; Resale
l .;;,mbe, the other's longer'-Ifxchange. cotuHd,4rattdn', Colaon and T. P Ward Mr. and Church'Services" .. our special savings plan and
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Varicolored, .flnnlas attractively Auguathl. -N! eerit .. 4J'Let:
\Mri/a, B: Colson, Ovey'and' Don- .. '. : :
arranged in ra es'formed the dec A \\'Itty Widow ,..teach bridge n/arly "completed. 'nidmae .Cratvf '" Mlaaes' c show you how you may benefit

f oration-for this lovely affair,.combined An irissheriff'!, got 'a writ to >' Ocala-44.11.a.Tbeater'ned'l blay; ''Oa -rl1way; Lucille ord; Harrel!Louise andLaura' A .. .. A A ,
h aae.'her cvpened2v greatly from it.
I J i with pink and white crepe serve on a clever young widow and *recently Newell, were all' .

paper, The shower was a complete on coming into her presence he Qutncy-Paving of State Road i Earlton Beach"last visiting METHODIST
I to the honoree and No. 1'from River'Junction to this Sunday evening -
q suprlse, said: "Madame.! I have an attachment ,
upon her arrival. *'Lobgengrln's for you." place. nearly completed. 1. 1. ; During the next :two Sundays, I

S i Wadding March1' was rendered "You have" she said, blushing. St. 'Petersburg-New' concrete a few Mrs. weeks Marl' Crawford visit Is spending preaching services will be omitted. I BRADFORD. COUNTY. BANK
here '
,1 j very beautifully on .the 'violin by "Then I may tell you that your attachment road will be built to Bradenton.Tltnsvllle D1otbf'rlnIaw.Ire.! Crawford with ?'her' Sunday school at usual hour. I

;MUs!! Gassle Mae Bennett. for la -_Repairs to TKusvlIle .
ei p ,, me reciprocated. Mr. D. M\ Harrel!. Geneva Har- CEMETERY: WOIIKINU Bradford
r'' :A 'reading "Prediction of loin.ahr' "You. don't understand. You Abstract &: Title Insurance build- 1'.UlAnll Guy Harrell County's Financial Stronghold
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3N were transacting -
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{ I Future" composed by Mrs. must proceed to court; the sheriff ing.
business hi Valdostu. Ga, There wilt b! a 'w tklng at the I
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Fferbert} ;
Hart In able
was given
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lI'; ", an went on. Tavarea-Local hank : '
laat
b" ) deposits Monday
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I Conner cemetery the first Wednesday STARKE FLORIDA !
g manner by Mrs. Hart.
| "Well. I know It's leap ,
here
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U '. year increased $I 91,133'during Mr. O.; W Barry and daughter I In September. Everybodycome
Little Elaine Edwardlll're.ented.1' !He came back, "but I prefer to let last Blx months.t '. "if?
"Y-, .' I i : Elbe' Ruble Till! la and L. r.j..:. Mor- and be prepared to work. -- -4 "

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I I attend" the shower given Tuesday I* tMU 6
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for Mrs. Clarence" Robert, -

Bits of'I formerly Miss Gertrude Wynn of Rode Sapp, C_. it

that city I .*...4..r...N...+.0*.* ARE YOU PAYING'
New inver. Aug!! :24.-Miss Mildred
Mr.\ and Mrs. N. O Smith and '
cal N children' ; and Miss\ Clara Louise i Thompson and little brother A'A't P
Ebaney of Jacksonville, were are spending a few days with her I I ;
aunt Mrs. J. C. Pringle.
guests Sunday of Mr. YOURSELFI \
and Mrs. J.
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!Mr and Mrs\ O. F. Tomlinson ,
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Our Pioph Ba.init Quigley. .
Concerning and and children made a business trip '"
of the County and Town. to Lake Butler Saturday after : I ) ,
Prosreea Mrs Minnie\ D. Lowden of Miami noon. "j"II ,, "
who has been vlaltlng her sis- I ;, : I
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Bell '
and children -
ter. Mrs\ M. D. Carter DIVIDENDS? I L d
for the : }
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I __",,"'!!!I'' ''' :__'' =b_" ",.__.."_.__,,,_ past two made a business trip to + ;
-------='---j weeks returned to her Hrooker 1
at KIckxtc Mr. home Saturday J !
.a( Irlsl1 potatoes Owen Orlffln of Jacksonville Tuesday. !Mr. and Mrs. It. J. Turner sad. ;

L, Was Vllllting his mother MM 0" j!, children made' bualnosa trip to I ) ,.
Orlffln.here this, week. Mrs. U. T. Clark returned to her Lake Butler j',1,
t Knight spent Wed. f '- home In Miami Saturday after Mr. and Mrs.Saturday afternoon. When A corporation's income exceeds its expenses .. \ Nit
J. L. Johns and '
I with relativesjjTjt spending several weeks In Ktarke You can't '"
, .ytln Milliard Mr. K.; W. .Carter of the University with her parents. Mr. aud Mrs. N. go wrong buying her mother', Mm.\ U. K.; Sapp and declares n dividend. How much of dividend me you ; ;' '
... > of .Florida suit at thefollowing1 Miss KsHlo Sapp were visitors to r
a summer
'
Kick-ate .. was visiting D. Walnwrlght. .
l ; t /
j frleuds the State Farm yourself
I !lOp In Starke Sunday. Sunday. paying ? | 1.'I ,
prices : .
I.b E,, Knight and son, PaullediiMday 1.l; Mr.\ and Mrs. D.' II. Ilad'iey and .:.

o I lit'lJacks!' vllle. Mr. and Mrs. I.. Wymun and children who ,.have been 1 daughter. A'
Ruth !Mrs.
; spent .last Thursday Hundley's sister Mrs. W. W.
.
r. soil Sire. Harold C. Wall : in Keystore Heights. Balsden left Sunday for Lake- Sale Price $7.50 CENT A'WORD profit of at least $180.00-overall expenses. Pay it to '. '

; Sunday afternoon in Japk- land. $20.00 Suits-
I t '
i I Mr. J. O. Alvarez of Jacksonville yourself-by depositing a regular portion of your earnings ,
Sale Price 1
lilt $10.00 COLUMN .
Is visiting relatives !Mrs. DeWlttC. Jones, Miss Elise rr I '
-OIrs! J-Lker'ill mo- at Klngsley lake this! in week.Starke and Joues and her guests of last week. $27.50 Suits- in savings account here every pay day.

Sun- Misses !Margaret Mlnnls and Lou-
li Cove FOR KENT
Springs Furnished
Green ( apart.
Sale Price $ly.50 .
ise Ware spent the week-end in
Miss Dorothy moot In town. J.o'. Klckllter.
McCralney
who
DeLand.Mr. .
.--- Is visiting :in Waldo, spent Tues- $35.00 Suits i 8.3-11.
Liliiui. Green of Jacksoavllle, day wl-:,
lying a visit with friends In Miss Elizabeth Andrews. and 'Mrs. J. B. Sapp had as Sale Price $17.50 FOR SALU:! -Flowers of any kind( \H'etwill\ Your flanking 111l8i"e88. ; ;
p) -- guests last week, Mrs. T. A. Steele for any occasion, also baskets !

r rer ______,_ ,I I tier) Maudelle Laiiut Is spending and children and Mrs. Sapp's Straw Hats 1.2 Price and tullo. Prices reasonable. !'I '

ol.'an 4-4-Mrs, 'U. B. Knight re- vacation with relatives at mother, Mrs. }o'. A. Moore, all of Mrs. N. It. Wainwright 8172t. ; : /

< motor-trip Sfarke.-Gainesville/ News, Aug Gainesville.Mr. '
Sunday from a
red I S. Nat FOR SALE-Mlsalonary trawber-

IAIlIo,I _* .i t '- and Mrs. John Stevens who Sternberg'Starke i ry plants; brood sows with pigs. BANK OF STARKE I
"' '
Mcd at Klckliter'e.r Mr.. and Mrs. Joe Hill Williamsof are spending the summer at their Ited Duroc and Poland China. ,
luta[ '" Lake Butler were visitors to cottage: on Kingsley lake, spent Fla. Wanted experienced strawberry t,1, ; I im
-
E. B Burney "of Law\ey\ was Starke MondaY.arternoon.. Monday In thin tlty.-Jacksonville .grower, white or colored with A ROLL OF HONOR RANK ,
family large enough to handle '
ullll'sa1lslto.r to the Telegraph: ,? Journal, Aug. 22. -'WFT-ifnd FsT "L7-Cr: wnC l
""" Friends of Mrs.M\ C. Lee will r.- Ray 4 or 6 acres on shares C. Letsch PAl
Tuesday be glad to learn l that she Is recovering up early Sunday morning to Starketo Slnrke.:! 8-17-21" .
--r'' -' from her recent serious Ill Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Balsden will attend the funeral of Mr. J. W. E. S. Matthews, Prcs. It. J. Davis, Cashier +

[all and winter samples ol ness.I '- have as guests! until the latter part White a brother-in-law of Mr\ FOR HUNT: -Two houses, one $5 fit* ,

ulne-Bultlngs now' *
and children. Lucille, J. E., and S. of Starke for 32 yearsand
have .added,a Hoffman Steam on farm one to one and one-half
G., of St. Augustine. was highly esteemed.' There wasa
Press to my: tailoring equipment miles from Starke near high
Ir.LC Powell and 'John Pow :, In order to give my customers: the large concourse of friends at the way. U. M\ Inman, Starke, Kla.It..
Jipent Tuesday afternoon In. best of servltp. M.\ Levitou. te.I Mrs. W.O Mlddleton and- Miss church and t the floral offerings .

{ksoRvllle, Hazel Middleton returned Wednes- were many and beautiful Mrs. Ray '" 1 It i iw
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from week's visit with Mrs. after the funeral
Mrs. K. S. Matthews Miss\ \ Florence day a Immediately was
Ir. ind Mrs Ralford Epperson (I Matthews and Mrs. Edward Middle ton's parents Mr, and Mrs.L. called to Jacksonville to the bed-

egvests of !Mr. and Mrs. W.. J. Burns were in Jacksonville Fri E. Dowlmg In Stuart. side of an aunt, who was reportedIn FARl'lSVANTED Ire

person Sunday day. a dying. condition. Reddlck ,
Rev. and Mrs. E. M.\ Rooks and correspondence In McIntosh\ News.

Griffin returned Sun- children, Murrah, John James, ,
In Ethel Miss\ \ -
Mary Dodd
state
nurse, We will be in a position to Announcing
vfrom a week's visit with rela11n who Is now on her vacation. Is Marvin and Rebecca left'Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Kellum

c Jacksonville.. visiting her mother Mrs. W. A. for 'three week's visit with and daughter of Miami, Mrs Gue- handle 15 or 20 farms, ranging
Norris. relatives In West Florida sle Parker, of St. Petersburg and I vi" t

Mrl.'I'B.. Ennla of Tampa isitln Mrs. Salome Knight: of Bunnell, from 10 to 80
from acres, priced
| ( Mr and Mrs. J. W. Mor- Mr. and .Mr Clarence Hoppe Babies must be protected were guests Tuesday of Mr. and RCA Radiola
flies. Besides their torment and Mrs. JI'. A. Scott. The two last
have rteurned to Tampa after a
i herethis; week. right. These farms will be
r flies transmit over thirty
short. stay with Mr and Mrs. O. L. torture, named ladles are sisters of Mr\
i different diseases. Any one of Kellum. and cousins of Mrs.\
i I HMr, Wesley Stearns 1 Is* spending I Beasley. which may prove fatal. Every fly Scott. The party had been attend. put in ollr.new catalogue, and 60'J

J notion with) friends and rela- Mr.< and Mrs. J A. Saul are you see must be killed. INSIST Ing a family reunion In honor of if .
QM!Alii New Jersey. spending several week at Kings- upon and get the scientific pro- their mother at the home of W. Q. you can include growing

duct developed at Mellon Institute Cato in Jacksonville. Mrs. CatoIs
ley lake, occupying the Blanchard:
Misses of Industrial Research by Rex Research crops or farm equipment itwill r
Jlrl. J. S. Butler and Ad- cottage.; also a sister The Kellum family )

in0 Rosa Balsden. :were in I Fellows lp. It Is fragrant are among the oldest former '
< help sale
Iksonvllle Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley Mrs. and harmless to mankind but sure residents of Bradford county; Mr "

I Celare Quigley and Miss Beatrice death to all household Insects. Just J.: G. Kellum. the father having .1,

|l,hash: nipmeneot! M all klAdsVfdeu I Builea were lu Jacksonville last Follow Instructions on blue FLY-TOX label been a highly efficient and respect. E. A. STROUT FARMAGENCY
of bottle. Irtslat on
seed at Klckllter's., I Thursday. ed county official for many years.
from your retailer.-Adv. The reunion was also attended by ,1SMITH'S ,1-

Miss| Mary Emily Clemons of Mr. and Mrs. John Kellum of Tal-

m. J. ILIFFE Mrs.Birmingham Anna ,Murrhee Ala., vial,.ted during her aunt the returned Mr. and home Mrs. T.after J. Griffin spending have lahassee positions, where he both as business held responsible manager -. G. At. Inman, Agent The famous Super-Heterodyne 'j '

week-end. three weeks In Baltimore. Washington for the Woman's College and
and other points of Inter- Starke, Fla.LAiVTEY.
demonstration
she as county agent. t tt
with'powerful
.J\lls\ qk Mary Jeff Clements, who est. The entire family were present at _. .. _. _.00" .' Now t
has been the guest of Miss Clara this reunion; three daughters and ....................*...
!Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Living- ..
iwo eons i '
Louise Peek, returned Wednesday
[xpert Jeweler to Live Oak. ston and grandchildren. George( .-- t : 'r II i

Riley and Reed McMaster of Tampa WJo\1tftm: RKPOKT: ... B3. B. **,..,. eM i ,J. :
visitors to Starke Wed i.
i Miss Mary .J ff Clements I.,expected were ................... Tubes

'home within a few days af nesday. Weather record for period August Lawtey, August, 24.-Misses 1LAC

\ .ter a two weeks visit lu Starke.-' Miss Madge Middleton left 1-21, 1928. Southern Forest Rebecca v. hltehead and Eunice .

(Watchmaker Live Oak Democrat. Stuart last week with Mrs. May\ Experiment; Station Starke branch Whitehead spent a few days In ,k
Date Max. Min. Jacksonville recently No what set have I
Jones and son Doute, for a two Preclpt matter you now
., > i. You can now buy or' rent a week's trip to Washington D.: C., Aug. 1 90 72 0.58 Miss\ ]Kllnor: Arwood has returned

Johnson's Electric Waxing and and New York. f Aug. 2 !01 69 0.25 home from a delightful trip to you owe it to yourself to hear' this
Polishing Machine from UeWI'lO. Aug." 3 93 74 .- North Carolina, where she spoilt
1 1w
new Radlola-one of the greatest* t
.. Jones. several weeks with relatives.
The Starke Hardware and Furniture Aug. 4 91 70 Trace
Engraver Company completed the Aug. 5 91 72 K. E. Burney made a business advances made in radio to date. 't'' '

I Mr and Mrs. A. C. burden have moving of their stock this week Aug. S 89 73 0.14 trip to Jacksonville Monday, a

returned to Tampa after a two from the building.corner of Call Aug. 7 90 73 0.01 I N. B. Henrietta of Jacksonville Come in today and let us demon 1 9i '

week'.'vlslt here with !Mr. and Mrs. and Walnut streets, tothe Man- Aug. 8 86 76 0.38 ''I wait visiting In Lawtey the past '
it .I'i'' I ti
O. L. Beasley. ning building. Aug. 9 78 75 0.78 week-end. strate to you-no obligation.

flew ... 10 89 74 0.39 Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Moor and '
LerattenNext\ ; boor, to ---- ---- Aug. i !
.Meant..Pressing.fCo.IHI Hazel Adklns has returned Mr. and Mrs. Claude Gelsllng of Aug. 11 90 73 0.09 children, are spending a few days Iy.
Miss
: Mr. and Mrs. |lwood Allen In Jacksonville.Mrs. .
where she has !Miami. Aug. 12 88 74 0.33 ''c
from Jacksonville Miss Stella Barrettfor Mrs. t;. O. Clark of St. Augustine Aug. '13 85 72 OJ4 W I. Powell 'and granddaughter 1t 4 r

been visiting Mrs. K.: O. Clark Jr.. and Aug. 14 .80 -71 0.09 Mias Joyce Emma Powell
the past week. three children of Macon. Ga.. were" Aug. 15 90 73 0.03 of Winter Haven, are spending/ '

Hbe tiVA1TE!! ... Sunday guest of Mr. aud Mrs. M. Aug. 1A 93 72 a fdw days In Lawtey With) friends. STATION i,1 4
Btda II. M. Snyder have SERVICE
will received at the Mr. and Mrs.' D. Carter. Aug. 17 93 72 Mr. and Mrs. Thede and chil .''
day's visit In
['ting; of the county'commls- returned from a ten Aug. 18 93 72 dren spent, Sunday afternoon at

r sers: .on Monday, September 3rd Maryland. Pennsylvania and Mr.\ and Mrs. R. L. White Mr. Aug. 19 94 '73 -- Klngsley lake. STARKE, FLA i ;!$
D. C.
Washington.
'lU and Mrs. 8. J. White and Mr. and Aug. 20 93 71 Newn Burney and Claude Green
cords 20 Inch' wood, green Mrs. R. G. White attended the funeral Aug; 21 70 of Starke, were visiting here Sun
ne ind Mrs. W. A. Stearns and daughter -
light wood. of Mr. John Wesley White. ;
cards 15 Inch wood, green ,. Louise;' Mrs. R, S. Fernandez, brother of Messrs. R, L. and 8. J. Total rainfall 4.13 In. day.Mrs.. R. It. Tbede was shopping t 1

ne nd< light wood. and Mrs. John Uglow spent Wed White which was held at Starke In Starke last week. '_. .J

Rood to be delivered:'and rack- nesday In Jacksonville.. Sunday.-Live Oak Democrat, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore went -- -- +I :
r1 10 1 the courtyard. SAMPSON iTt. :J I up to Jacksonville Tuesday eve wards Sunday.Dr. ;Everyone please coma out to the ;, r
White and t I i
I Mr. and ]MM. Geo. C.
W. J. Minnis and Mrs. J. II Carradliie
Epperson. and
Misses\ Margaret! Upworlh League !Sunday night at
Ii l'
I ning.Mrs.
have Cleo Thoma '
MUs Alderman returned .
-3r. \ Blanche
[ Sheriff.PAINTER'S Louise Ware returned Monday to U. W. Brown had as her spent Monday In Jacksonville j\\ :
to Mar- the Methodist church, a*
visit
from a short their homes In Augusta and Law. :......................: attractive house guest last week, ..r. and Mrs tariff rhltllpM are who attend.i''"
;; -- III store for those (
and Tallahassee. treat
anna. rencevllle Oa.. respectively after Sampson City. Aug. :24.-Mr. her daughter-in-law" Mrs. Wilmot
spending a week-at KID< .
Mr. Wilbur Marahburn of Mar- with Miss Elise: Jones. They were and her mother, Mrs. Josle Hall Ed Edwards" of Jacksonville visited pound boy, who was burn Saturday and the public la Invited. i

anna. in here for a two'wee'Mr. visit and accompanied by Miss Jones and of Palatka were visitor here Sun. his mother. Mrs. M. E. Ed. August the 18th. I ,f. .
Simon Pure Citrus with his grandparents.; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. DeWItt day. r'"'

and e Mrs. Oeo. W. Alderman.Mrs. C. Jones as far as Jacksonville.Mrs. Mr. J. C. Davis and son. Mack IT.'
spent this weekend near Ocala. FOLKS 1y (s'. Corpen np ; t

Gem.)Farm Crop T. 8. Williams and Miss A. V. Long and daughter, We had services here Sunday at

Mary Angle Barbour are! and visitingIn Bal. Mlsa Annie, and Mrs. S. T. Dell, 11 o'clock and ,Sunday afternoon YESTTHAO A Ni SAID LISTEN THINK UP 50METHIWO YOU, iii #t
Virginia, Washington and children. 8. T.. Jr.. and Olive; at 2 o'clock by Rev, Taylor from
: 'weeks. WAS MIS3U5 WANT HIM TO BUY YOUX
ERTILIZERSv. Imore,for. several who left here ,recently' for the Hampton. QIJARRZrLNr
\ mountains of North Carolina are Mlsa.Lula McKinney of Star... no's t.epr-. GOING SAW HIM START BACK FB.OAA

Mrs.. K. W. Griffin and daughter; now at'Brevard and expect to go spent this week here ,with Miss MB FORIfV@R// TO CHI CHINA A MINUTE Ado'' _

Verna. who have been visiting Mrs. ater. to Black Mountain. They Lassie Wynn. : P I'' ii_
)v for
"TIME: inran AND\ CROP O. J. Griffin. l left Wednesday write friends that there are a number Mr. and Mr. Tucker of Hamp- Qpl ,tlIIl65f0 (
'rnTED"! their home In Jacksonville... of Gainesville people'at.Brevard. : .ton attended church here Sunday. \<& \

.-Gainesville Evening; News, kMIs Doris Thomas was visiting :
Our' '" .teItD Dr. J. J. BulleD spent the weekend Aug: 18; here, Sunday and Monday and returned -
Brands are the w.letfhd in Palatka and DeLand. He to her home In PalatltaTue.da r '' '

Standard by which supplied the pulpit In the First Mrs. Lacy J. Wynn and Miss ,. with Mr. Eva Durkee. I 4r

Grou ol Florida have Baptist church I la DeLand Sunday, I Mary Lee Wynn left Monday for Mesdames Joe Okay and Ilatph
l lodged' iSuch
all ferUUxers for North Carolina. They will visit Bradley, who are visiting here IxyX A JMQC ert <
nearly forty --ra. Miss Grace Wood a member of I Wilmington and Cherry Gorda and have been spending a few day In

"GI""C all ,We eU for W hat the faculty of the Lawtey school. I In South Carolina before Gainesville\ with relative.
.e get lasted of g.Wag all pent the week-end with her parent. returning point home. Mr. and Mr*. Clifford McKln- things will happen In the best regulated lamCorpeniag' Drug Store

h-e faa for what. w' glT*." ., Mr! and Mrs. Arthur Wood. Mr. and Mr*. O. A. Andrea. of drlck from Jacksonville spent Sun. ilies. Nothing like little gifts then to '
the policy .f spent the -week-end In day here with relatives.Mr. nowwaiafnud "The Service Store"wants
Stuart
THE Friends of Miss Mona Aldermanwill that itarke and were accompanied back Eugene Raaslgnal; returned keep love alive in the home., We your '

E. O. PAINTER t>* Interested'added In tl knowing) the facultyof home by thelf daughter. Tbelma to hi*. home In Jacksonville Hun- with couratey. Starke, Fla. a y'

FERTILIZER CO. she has been Conservatory of who hag been enjoying a visit herewith day after a two week. visit with

JAC>tBOlYVi1T IXA. the Cincinnati I relatives. relatives.
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Eh- r. _. ... __ .. __ .__ ._'_ a meager start towards growing Farmers' Week
timber: on lands that are not suited --..
to field crops. We are coming .
Farmers & Farming to a. slight understanding, of the At University T
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necessity of maintaining our soil .
fertility.: We are growing fruit* Closed Saturday

19 (By Agricultural Editor) and flower for future generation
But all of these thing are done, -
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-- -- -- -- -- The seventh annual Farmers'Week
as yet on entirely too small a
scale !It should be the greatest at the University of Florida
Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles ,
personal woman that "The world closed Saturday and la regardedas "f- '
I of Farm Experiences and Methods: Foundry might be lust a tiny bit better for one of the most juu-cMisfu! meetings I r 1 if i

ry I' lie Best Suited to Our Country my having lived In It." of its kind ever held at the
\ : : J state institution. The attendancewas

To attract and kill tiles one of reduced to some extent due to
the best solutions Is a teaspoonful
--- -- - -- --- ---'" the Inclement weather that prevailed -
a'i"' tHMKKlt: : VIHITOIM grove as soon as the worms appear, of a 40 percent mixture of for- during the opening daya.
{' HK.IK: TALK HV IIII.Sos lays J. U. Watson, entomologlstfof" maldeb>de and water placed In a Many rooms that were reserved by
r a <-OOI'KKTIVK: II11L1LI : t the Florida" Experiment Station teacupful of equal parts of milk parties from distant points were
A better plan !In to leave the and water. Put It out of reachof not filled because of the bad

An address by Dr. W. 11. Mills cover crop and poison It with the hlldreu and "))et8. weather tbat prevented. however -

professor of fiiral sociology at bran bait recommended; by the Experiment While-: ton crib is ;.about registration shows that an ag-
t Clemson College, S. C..' featuredthe Station. As long alt the gregate attendance of 1J2G regis
/ i t empty: Is a good time to make It
t second day of the seventh annual worms can get; :;:;rasa or hay they rat-proof. Rats, are expensive tered. The total attendance eOD.sillted
: ? L a + Farmers' and Fruit Orowers] will not attack the ('ltru.,. Mr. boarders; the; waste 10 times as of 704 men, 486 women and
I Watson explains, but If all other 136 children.
week at the College of Agriculture, much as they eat. Better give that
which had good attendance despite sources of food are removed they grain to work stock. The program of the week was
the rainy weather that prevailed/ will often defoliate t the I trees. .. opened at eleven o'clock Monday "
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a 41 during both Monday and Tuesday In some sections of the state ltI.U Klfi/\l: ) OK Tl'RKJ.'HIIIStT04SED : morning at me college or agricul- nm---- _
+ { Dr Mills spoke befure the general there is quite a heavy Infestation HV THOMAS I ture with an address of welcomeby rr' t" b-- ''6 w k4

$ session of all visitors in the University of these caterpillars at present, although 1)L'ItiN(7) F.USMK11H: WEEK: : W. B. Davis of Perry, a memo
at., ''!; ; Auditorium at 11 o'clock ; In other sections they have ber of the state board .of control.
"W% Tuesday morning. disappeared having obtained their Calnp.svllle, Fla.-One of the Dr. J. M. Farr, acting president of tJisesi1
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Taking as his subject, "Does; full force.A chief reasons for unsuccessful turkey the university, who was scheduledto -
j 'y big' business tend to adopt the cooperative poisoned bran mash scatteredover production today U due'to the make the address of welcome DYxWC DK .fe H.KIM' .
I YY
r l methods?" Dr. Mills declared the over crop will In no way disease known as blackhead, declared was detained at a meeting of the M
'' "r ,that the practice of ciintoni. endanger/ animals eating the hay Dr. K.: F, Thomas, assistant board of control in Jacksonville
I er ownership and other cooperative from this crop, says 1\1 Watson, vetprlnariin of the Experiment and was unable to attend. Miss
k4 ji t methods ere being adopted; provided It Is not within a day or rtatlon, speaking before the poultry Flavla Gleason, state home demonstration -
i rapidly by business houses serving two after the application. After section' during Farmers'; and agent made the address een
11 c i the public. He cited as evidence crop becomes dry practicallyall I'I'tile Fruit Clrowers'] Week, held here before the general session In the ) ,
l t of this fact that every; year of the bran will be knocked off 1 recently. morning at the auditorium.

l : more and more stock of public In the profess of cutting the hay. Upsides being one of the most Other notworthy speakers who I !1a'f.
,, utility companies, such as the In no case should hay crops be deadly\ diseases of turkeys blackhead made addresses; before the entire w
American Telephone and Telegraph poisoned with arner.lcals.HKKK I II Is also one of the most com- body at the general sessions during ,
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all company, and others, Is be- I mon. me- manage is widespread in the week were Dr. W. II. Mills, I Pnbyf FLLa0R f L1u SCCC1lDPtLcQCL.Ia
ing placed with customer's of these ''SIIU'I.U : .1KTKR: occurrence and has made the rais- had of the department of rural sociology

,, companies. Such a practice is of l'UISc'II'H. TlrrSO ing of turkeys; impossible In some at Clemson College, South ---
: comparatively recent origin localities, he sold. Blackhead affects Carolina, who delivered a very rf'. '
,, +' Outlining the difference ne- I "Wisdom i In the principal thing; the Intestines and liver primarily. educational address before the assemblage //A.RAl'I I.ISG NNC.LItf411 The rambling type of house allows are! rough cast plaster, The!

tween the old stock company idea therefore, get understanding and on Tuesday. On Wednesday TYPE: HOl'HK au. interesting treatment of IK chestnut stained dark Th

i p aa> ? 1 ;( and the new cooperative method, all these things will be added unto The disease\ is caused by a parasitic at eleven o'clock, Dr I. M. the masses' to gain a picturesqueeffect. rooms are finished with ?,

', Dr. Mills said that stock .companies you." protozoan mlcro. 'ganlsm. Drake, chemist of Daytona Beach white walls and dark wood
'Pt r are always formed for the purpnsa We people of the farms, like These protozoa pas, out of the treated the subject of Science and (By R. lJ, Hunter &: Bro. Archts., The second floor contains three ''A 'cellar extends under th]

? of making" money for their our neighbors of the titles, are too body of the sick bird or the "car Agriculture. Dr. Jamea Speer, New York.) bed rooms' and bath. A, matd'a tire house and here !Is loralej
a
j t I owners, while the cooperative idea prone to seek after the material rier" with the droppings/ and In editor of the Southern Agriculturist One desiring a home that will room and bath are on the third heating plant, the laundry]
has as Its basic principle the giv- things-money, property and related this manner contaminate the soli, made tbe address before the be distinctive among Its neighbors floor. such.This
l good< Sometimes I think food and drinking ,water, ther.byexposll'lg gathering on Thursday In the would do well to give careful The brick veneered over frame I house measures 54 u,
entert?t that In our mad rush to acquire healthy birds to the In- morning session Dr. Speed In a study to the house shown. here.. and stucco-over frame )In gables, Inches across the front and ill

'hit, w profits to patrons, either result In material goods, we don't take time fection. very Interesting way eulogized There are several features. em bolded etc. The brick used being red! have a lot' with' a frontage oj
profits to patrons, either through to think of the finer, nobler thingsof The protoza are taken into the George Washington not as a statesman In this plan which mean so less than 75 feet
,t 1 direct dividends to patrons or thru life. Of course material thingsare digestive tract through such contaminated soldier or president, but as much in our dally living, such.'asthe : clinker. Complete working plan ;
, M' 9 r..C i reduced prices of the commodities necessary, and we moist striveto soil, food and drinking the man who. thought of himself large living room,' the convenient Note the interesting, entrance peclfleatlons of this house uj
them but all first last and American dining alcove (properly located porch the casement windows and unl
14 purchased get too often we water. After gaining entrance to always as an obtained for a nominal
1' In cooperative* enterprises, the measure persona success In life the digestive tract these organisms' farmer. Dr. W. J. Splllman of ) the toilet room on the first other details. the building editor itefcrf
control. III vested In all members by his ability to accumulate store make their way to the coca or the U. S. Department of AgrlcuU floor, the attached garage, etc. The walls of the living: rooms house H-A-13S.
tr
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p equally, while In stock( companies of material goods.A blind pouches of (the Intestine and ture and C. A, Cobb editor of the --
r d the voting is by shares of stock recent news story told of an i to the liver. Here they multiply Southern Ruralist also made very Oranges are reported at 84 per Satsuma condition continued'low, percent on August 1,, the warn
I owned. 1 Dr. Mills reminded his Oklahoma woman who had been; very; rapidly. Interesting addresses. cent, compared with 81 per cent on as the result of early .cold daro- a month ago, but demand ]
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'r' # hearers that both the state and the declared n master farm homemaker Symptoms of blackhead are Another feature of the week. wan July 1, and 65 percent a year ago. age, now being 61 percent a* com- dropped to 82 percent
church are conducted on the some of that Btate. She gave as her drowsiness, weakness, diarrhea the annual,Farmers' Week Picnic Grapefruit showed a condition 70 pared with 1S2 percent 'ft month''' The deport continues thai
voting policy as die cooperative greatest' personal ambition that droopiness) of wings'and tall. The that was held at Hampton[ Beach, percent normal, compared! with ago. 'and 58 percent 'yearl, ago. marked Improvements ID the !
i enterprise'one man, one vote. "The world might be just a tiny I death rate Is very high In all out. a favorite resort in Bradford 78 percent on August 1 a year ago, Condition of pecans Is 71 per prospects for the United SiB

rt Bpeukltft! of the cooperative bit better for my having lived in breaks. county, during the afternoon and Tangerine condition Is reportedthe cent,,compared with 74 percent on during July, has been shown, ]
+ a.. marketing of farm products Dr. It." A pretty good personal arnbl- Treatment of the disease Is usually evening of Wednesday. About'800 1 report continues, at 82 percent, July 1, and 49 percent on August indications.. are for a crop
)t: l' Mills declared that this has be- tlon, I'd say. very unsuccessful. The control men and women and children attended the same as a month ago, compare 1, a year ago of about four percent above|
f'Dme'a big/ enterprise in recent For years and centuries a great of this disease lies In ,!\tpreventaLlva and enjoyed the entertainment ed with 58 percent a year ego. Farm labor watt reported as 103 ,average of recent years.BuUk'a .

+ + years.. He tiled. figures! from U. 'S.i majority of farmers have been; tryIng measures.. premises of the afternoon that consisted -- r ....or .. -_- -, .--- ., ------:-. : ...:,. -
4'J1 Department of Agriculture to show to take everything and put must be kept in a very sanitary of a picnic dinner, swimming < 't 'f', *. ce
1 tt that there are now 11,400 active nothing back.Ve have cleared condition, and extreme cautioi. .ml i|<.nclip.Ar"i/ tdl.tr to rr, .
cooperative asHoclatlons with 2.- I our land of Its timber giving no must be exercised In buying and ports, th. was ?f the most pleas uli''E: fit: '
+4 ,,000,000 different; individuals hold- thought to growing more. We tiara bringing In new tock, ant occasions during the entire tut *
t ( f f ing' 3.01)0,000) memberships rubbed our soil of its fertility, and week. .'
handed It down to following Ft. My -$32,016!' 1 Zr
--- !: gen contractlet There was a general; increase of tiiE
a pt (mo\\'I'u; .\lI\'ISI'U: TO t-rations! In worse shape than it was ; for construction of Callosha- Interest among the different

'l l'OISOSlt. l\- won IS when we took It over. We have hatchet river bridge here. groups as the week progressed and
II ,91 ---- given no thought to the morrow. the attendance grew larger. All E'E'jiIi '
4 Gainesville. Flu.---Citrus growers However the old I order, changeth/: groups boast of good attendance of d .
n { a should not make the mintako i and! a new one Is slowly but gradually ; TallahasseeIndustrial plants their meetings but it seems that .--. -- .- } : :; Ir .
4,. of driving large numbers of semitropical being ushered lu. We are state 'Institutions of Florida earn unusual Interest was taken in the .
: I y j army worms to their trees 1 beginning; : to give thought to theprincipal ed nearly (1275,000 to June 30 of departments discussing poultry "" .

y, by cutting: l _thi}_cover_"crop In_ t the_ J !.:. things. We are making this year. and livestock.
----- All told the week. was very suc.cellsfully ii {{i}; : ,i 'i (,; : ;
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-t i spent from every angle IEE ;jjj; ''i: I El jEj' i ,; r

y;J"IJ : 'I I"I of Bedford" l.ar::.*si Sl'./P to Reach Montreal and particular standpoint.so from The the guest educational departed .- ..."

on Friday afternoon and ., ,
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-- -- .- u Saturday very much pleased by .
having spent the week In so profit.
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ItL1i1I.: .+ .. 1 < u ui able a manner and all expressed
OUCHSS OFFOIfo, I ,:b.o'. ,' .ki '" their intentions of being present
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""T .. ". when the next Farmers' Week la
vl #QoITRirALo0. ,1 ,', ." ... ._, held.
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..,., ., \"" ,f''i y,7, ., I" ...' '
... Crop ConditionsIn
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'o Florida Show fronts
/' I / '... adjustable
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q : a : Imrovement
Big
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t ; vp g in "
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.1 : :- all. Buick closed model
't<_ -" > '1 .. .
/ / ; -'l"i---I .J Hlnpln. (Crop Average 1.'p To Lest .

..1". ; .,i '"- ',( .. .... Yi'rtr, Hut Below 10 Year Av-
f ::: .. : Ia Pr4'Jt.-' :: ,'.' '{-'. .1St i\\ ', rrnnoj; Small l Damage; To providing unrivalled comfort/am
ecHEaS op /
/ 1"" .. tf't\ ::r CltruH In Recent Htortn. ,
.'" ....--"" .r3:: .) 1.' 't Crop condition in Florida show
+ ;4-r.r I Y1f""" { I. tv;. +n'Y'fo .. .'>'dl a _'.1; ourKSSI ed considerable Improvement in

I' ,' :a{rtf.1JIiIIl_taAIap/llh: ; i 1 pllp W.+asJc"ri ., July, according to' United States d riving..ease_for.u o/ne//and men'2\\\\\

i :.t4 :. department of agriculture statistics -
&dill' .r compiled hare For staple ,
'....'
kt41 j crops the average I.I up to that of No awkward
_; men driving position I N. ,*
manetnlnfui adjustable 'wheel prria*, .
a year ago but far below the 10. leering .,
{ for pedal No more need l of cushions .
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the first time motor ..J. .
year average. Fruit and nut /_(....tala.drivenfBulckha.endedaflthat-! In car bUtory, "
crops were doing well on August
mtature driving patttlonl
elided It with.
new comfort feature
1, showed prospects of a material a* unique
a..Individual. the Thin fiua .....
\\ Increase In production to the yieldof dashing beauty of BulcV Mota convenience- ama
new.Masterpiece Bodies by Fl bar-a lea comfort !.*...,
t4.f",J' a year ago. comfort aijd luxury-a.. appar ut
t' ,, "'f'''' Corn Improved materially during ,..taue obtainable only. In the SUrer Analrcr. phase of Buick deign and ...-.doa-III ,W

w +am x -' July but has not completely recovered nary lliiieklTKa deep aol, upboUtery-In full width rear M* .
{ The new Canadian Paclflo from
UIMIDuch the effects of the
I j of Bedford" la the large' early heavy rains the department freest seat of ail Buick closed models ar.. providing plenty of room toe tCrea adult" I**"

and tans reset ever to enter the report shows. Cotton where plant .4Juuabl.lAturn r of thoarat-rcgulatorcauer* .aon ee.-W velvety clutch action-In <>(*,.rtp

port pi Montreal Commanded b; I ed, shows a backward condition. taw satin Mat to mow forward or back at the .,.......qand ,abova aU b* the tuuivaMmootbneaa
Captain H. Gibbons, formerly ktppi I Peanuts have 'will of.... driver thus aaaurtag 'WIthWelo Ana'' "*."
i of \de B. S," "Montroyal.lIhe made improved but still a natural,com_ the Silver
the run from Liverpool to Montreal show an average condition below fWtable. position. for any man or 'woman who Buick rids area the r..|baat road
?( her maiden voyage, in exactly one the ten-year average. Sweet potatoes take the 'wheel I ITba
i ; wok, and aha. tied up at her pier r'F i aw H have shown improvement Sec'tWe..plc. cart Drive It I T..t the new sal
ay etaotI7 24 bour ahead of her during July. The tobacco crop new Mat I* ...u, adjustable even when exeluafv( adjustable seat!Prove to youri-lf tkM

:acbxiula..be trip wa: Her* 17.7 average knot speed and Captain during has been harvested and some of It fully eeupUdi! A.cktld can opera lit It la be...,'........., la the finest motor car aod aM

Blbbon praised; her eaworthlnesa. already has been sold. Pasture and elmple.U..1tJoaand together with .reatea. Talua Anurlea baa .ver produced l
i The living Duchess of Bedford hay crops have benedtted by tbe "
,, after whom the snip wa named, t.- rains and are In good condition. THE
comfy made a remarkable airplane The tropical'' storm on AugustS SILVER '
nignt to India at 09: of ., ",.eo
years age. THS OtKMgaaApIROAtdINS caused a loss of fruit, which, A'11116iIV'ERsARY'I
[ E4 which attracted the attention of the Quftl.C a/t/ootv-/ ,
world. according to early reports,_ la likely .

}t The "Oucbesa of Bedford" la of feet between perpendicular*; beam. will have tbree utr *bip* running I to run around 10 percent for BUICK
TrL 90,000 grow registered_ and 30.000 7S feet: depth to the bridge 63 feet; wIth her on the 8t. Lawrence route grapefruit and not over five per. 'J' ;
L ton dlaplacement. 8b* wa especiallydedgned loaded draught 27 feet 0 Inches. the Ducbee of Richmond. Due-bet oC cent for orange Condition figures .
r for th. St. Lawrenoa service, On the "Du hea of Bedford's" official Atboll and Due e_ of Cornwall.. reported by the departmentof WASIEHPIECE i i'r
and u tba largest vessel built for the ipeed trial aba covered tbe The "Ducbe of Bedford" will commerce office here are on figures ; BODIES BY FISHER J
4 cabin and tourist' trade on the North measured mUe at a peed of 193 make three cruises from New Turk ao received prior to the atorm of /1
,, t Atlantla Oanadlaa .."Ie.. Bbe u. an knot*. She wee built to Lloyd'a nlgbet the We t India during the coming the eighth of the month.
f oIJ- urner .and coat approximately claatlfloatlon by John Brown winter eaaon. Chrttnia-Nev. > Register Motor
4!r oXMO.000 to build. ''The Tear The figure available August 1 Company
s f 'I following Co. Scotland and was launched on cruise of 18 day durmUob. aauiag f
', flgurM will' Idea of bar !aald that ctlrua improved slightly -
9 give aooM January 39 by Mrs. Stanley Baldwin December 93; and two cnuMa of >*.
e r. eLM.fqUI wit. of the Premier of Ores Britain ...,. each, selling January 14 daring July, and promise are fora "I
end
over aU, OOO feet witn 688 ,on the Clyde. By the end of 1939 aba February. 11 ....peca nl". crop materially larger than that WHEN BKTTM.-AgTOMOBH.E9 ARE BUILT BUILD ,TB!!
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.. of a year ago. f" ,- 1 I .BUICE WILL .
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Is of Churchly I I TKAIN July 13ICHIDUIMEffective 16th. '0'1 !'!..: full neflnJnar Co.. l'er."nal. fnwn I hHll be amended to read a.follow!:- : -.
tf
trains wO I -- $( >O to 19UO. Senators und member of the buss* IHJ''U'J /'l.
run as follow: Seaboard Air Line Ry. Track valfWttun of be TDKKIt: I

.I" .I No.1 Southbound lo -al. du nraUford The Board County. of Pu FlorldM"ille In't.uttl\, from $*lotis to a.ll2. '1Iall.U.t..ltatv.. l In.h,1 re".uv."ouI'I. duly. -. !
Origin Says Musician I wil at the 1rurRI. value A .. anil district. for which they
Starke 14:45 ollU-e or the of Hoarte lo $1,415.63. NOTICE IS HKnEHY
: : p. m. M 1"'r..ry fl. 9f.IO are chosen The l pay uf members, of (
lo II". on the 16th .- value, stock. U. W. M.NINI Holder of ;
I No. 11 < ha Senate float llon of Uaprt "Iln. -
southbound local due day of lllltN
1 bids *or the fl1.no3.uo to slash. not ficate No. 2(18 'the Kth
.. .. Starke 11:2H: !! a. m. Tiiirc-hHM- *S 0,0o.on, of bond. or jw* the U8.61.H. hereby, cerUfy lam and "a"e.d twelve dot V at. IU8. ham I llle.1 I
tirly .. )
: : : : : : : :: ( ) n del
:: I Hl' K\i..l Ta* .Mrtuiol .nt. In
that lb. miAsma. my office and
I il
[lrp N. : ld foreiraln fur each day of Session m.d.
No.2. Northbound I local ; ii'IilIl.aage
dat said
I to bear for ...
b"n. August ..1.. correct .t the real. .1n and, from their homex the tax deed tu .
lo seat
Jtarke 6:24 1. be In the oujdMiu'K with JHW. .. '
: a. m. 'IH. t. denomination. persunAl property eiiunllied. bv of n\ernment!
I No. IE, northbonnd local die .iat* UIIO.D .u Iwar U .r_ at 1b.. the, t 'II y "...n1 sitting a. a board ..--ent HMO a .nlL tot each tu wny exceed bji ten the iMiibrnce the tollowlur I a t t: 5' J
ay 5er rent of I
property
I Starke 3:06: p. m. payable. .*.Henil-anntmliv.per prlnlcpa annum 4 wit.Ir.In I. .. .. we hereby nubvlifc Inca"real und ru..t. pi acllcittilM. route.. I l\ ,. .1".I.d. to.wl: 7l6t884'J, ,,*MI
shall lUlu I
'bl.4..d.t a. f All $ S3.
No 107 southbound limited due aoid l iele'.st at 4J.. of. Mad iond rf the.to 'lie payable tltluIlf* our l '\un... on the tate almvsU ..,. ut inltlnltilit on Devcmber 11. A'''-.... eu. 7, 8. B ( I
1aeov.r >
fitarke I.. tilt: wIt haul tlu necovslty of L. Th* NMeiiRinent' of .
1:20 p. tn. National Hank In the City New C. F. I1OOVK11: *.
,
under until ..
No. lilt Turk. Kate -of New bonds t Chairman City .' .. ceriltlcate .
northbound y..k. 0
; limited diM line of
0".1. tuiiue Unknown. '
;: ) h. o..lnt.l and to bvouro L.1 r ..' t'tazke, ITnlen Said n'
( Stark 5:H l'I\hl. ceriflcate
p. m. *: ATTEST: The vote
: .u. lyall. ar fuUu" cast in comptlniicn will -, .
Waiuwfl Branch, -No. 141 leave 41uuu.o ei,1'* "'.* A w" 1., 18U. and 3.''. A FfC1 said .proponed n.nll"... and the d..d" lKue I.u..dllt on to the ,t
.AUITUM flr.t In each .t il1. oanvasn, de'la' return .nn ;
A.
Auriirtt. D.
g\1 Starke 6:811m.: ) .; No. 102 ar 11. >#ar.. J :3J to lH&o liicluxU. ,. I.I.U.I.1NO'I"f t h..r.nt.. Khali tin ....bJ.t." to the :Ijnted: l 123 Isis.. day of

( 'fives 2:10: )I. In. ; pONt with hAp laid a oaash.Ier'e or ret. are provided by law for general. elec ) n. W. :
; J.-Griffin.
11.,1 check to the amount of *&vO.HI( tion,. In thf> SIHIO of (lorlda ('lark of '. .
.h..k ahall. bit forfeited to WHEREAS I IN THHTIMtlNY WIIPrUE-: "cu" ,;
1 th The legislature .' lr&1u .
kI !0"11 ro UMJSIS: Board of Publle Instruction on 1121. under the Constitution of IS86. OF, 1 h"v., lieiennto net :

naJf o ul Ip..I.J Tax School Iii.lrl't .- State of did pa** tour niv and Inl..1 the -
I k The. Board of Bond !Trustee. ot event bidder t.1 Joint K.aolutl Fjorl. amendiw .>ret Heal of *t.. ----- ,4i .1

I dttdford 'oimty, Florida will ...- -bo" JaU to comply with .ta to the eon.tltuto. of the (SEAt <, Florida, nt Tallahasnee .. "O'I'IC1 0V APPI.WATIN nut ,'
pur .a.8..n.t. The niK-cwiMrfu teats at the Capital, bin the TAX ItKfcU
...I'\'. 0 o'nlot P. Al, im < .T FI"rl. tto. wereAgreed .
the 18th day. of September A. II Jd "II tuIJ"b..d.. "P ru"la, threHflhof ,- .. day of JulyII' -
upJnlo* hood
o* all Hi member A. Jt, 1423. I.
elected to
at.n. eaitf
192 th*. at ttm.Ha41 riffle of the S..tal"fh. ..Iu taLio w ilout t nar4re.. Th".. house: that (las vote on *ald Join ('LAY t'ftAWi'Otl1l. !. NOTICE IS HKRRRT on'JN. That ', t., f
City tn KUu-ke. Florida. .11. W Moore, holder of ,
reserves
Resolution -S-14t-ll-2 .
114f4j and at that lime Itubli..ly..p..n..f'utl.JIIIY. ,
Duo Eight Foot Grader.i46der. yesaand A. II IH26 :
tIled '
W ( ha. said 4
nay and they de .rtfr41.
are requented to mibmloffer Cti Ir Board th..on 1 -TEn'" utt.I Inn my .. mad '
of 'termlne at
I 1: that the "* .
for .
far-One Adam Grader In trad. Ion IwJ\, Joint KeHolutlon be submitted, I Inx deed "" thereon In aocordance I
j jii with l I" Haul.
The Hoard reeerven the night BoT ,the electors. w. certltlcat ,
"oun1y. of the tate at the lien ,
..Joi't any or .11 t>K>... ATTKST FI..ld. eraJ ICIertlun embrace the 1 following: dencrlbediroxity I'i
notice that under and I.
1928. >v ,
11
| | ltuate in Bradford CounKloililit
E. H. 101AII'THF.WIChalrmll.\ H. ft. W100tNS NOW. NO".I.rj I. Ci.A' "'Irt". or I hilt linn I ilecrex ."t...,.,. I>-, I I to-wlt : 4f ,
:
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C A. ,'UT('H. Secretary "aft 4.t fuLI.In- .AW..IUIH..tary of state.. March SHItt. 192$. by Hun. A. 35 A.lKlnn. NiHtbHFHt: quarter of Northeastillitarter .
Secretary. 6-17-t-t-U-l. Htruoli.in uf "ml( (u""IY. 0. hereby give Judgn of circuit ( '''I-t of 1..1.1 xtt, Tp. 7. rl. K. 22 1 '
Florida.
nolle Hint alIBtti. Krudfunl Coil ill I v. Klorlda, I In I hue' I.n.t.[: 40' C
(Sal 8.n.6t.9.1. Eli;('T50111 cause Wlet'ciil 1'iiul Itrotbvro, Inorpornled The UKHenHinent of ld property II
:
]liOTU'I' TO IIIDHEKqThe wil l>e held In each county In Flor .. I ciii-iioriithm t )nil I. II. under said cerllllcate: l:*uea In the t '
a NOTICE OK }: ':('IUS on Tuemlny. next *uiM>..edlus; the 'arlrldfre lire I'uinpliiliintttM I nnil A. mine of J. F. llnuier. ,
Board. 'of Bond Truntee' of I DeWltt C. Jone. .*. first MondayIn November A. U. N. Jimmy et a I 1. am-dcfeniliinlH' In milt% I'nlrxii' said. oertltteatemattsll he r..1..1 lt .

Bradford County. Florida, will receive mayor o 1928. the mild TlleHiiuy helnpr the to foiechiHX luoi-lKnK" over l tidniterelnnftw accoidlnir to law. tax deed
.
fl bid till 2:00 o'clock P. M. on Stark, Fla., by virtue of the authority MIX'I-II U",- OF >O\tCMHKIC' .."rll.d. the unilxrlKneil will IHXIM thfri-un on tine 27th day

11 the 18tu day" nf September A. I)., ; vested In me by law, 4)0) 1 for the. ratification or rejection. ar OH .' -" ,. will m'1 "f Aiint. A. it. 11SH. Q( }
1928 JU the oflloe/ ot the. Secxetnrlyu the *ald Joint I Jlemfilutlan proposIng 1 for cnHlt to I the lilKln-Nt, bidder Dated thin 13.,1 day 0 July A. It.
IIJj lime City Hall In Mtnrke', Florida hereby call an elt..llon to be heldat LnlOz,4ifllellis t* the ConMtitullun: of 'trot of Snail door l of I the Comt 113211.! 1

\ mid. at that time. hid will: i>ul>- the city hull In the aforesaid i the state of Florida via: HOIIHII In Ilnl"'p. Mrailfurd County, (SKAL. (1. W A 1.[nIAN. L, t ; '

-j I'' 1AI,1 llclly <>i>f'nftd fur. town the. A .JOINT nrfuL'l'JON P'.polnM 1.'lorlll.l UI !tmh.y. Mciitcnilu-r, Aril, Hrdford Clerk of ('h"'lii .. f ; .
L1i OJK Five Ton Caterpillar Tractor. by uullflfd voters on t. , t KlorlU.:
JJ Bidder. will h* .xpt I RUBE WOL-F. ...J.J"1' mlt offer for one Bent Thirty Tractor the of fo lIme Hlate of Florida, Hlatins; to coiintloH of Hrnitfotil mid Clay of 'J ;
In trade purpone eletnl; the follow- County and Clovern- State of Klurliln. In-wlt: fi
The Hoard reserve the, right to lug offlrera: m.nt. Munlalp All Section 12; Noith liulf, nf NO'I"'f ). API'UrATIUIV PillS 'I

., reject Jiny mr< all bldn.K. One mayor. I :Ie ." bv the Le.l.latur. of Joi-thi-iiHt 'Iulrl..r. Non hen sI. '|tiarI TAX nKKIINOTICE 4'' !

I I H. MATTJtKWS.! the Hta. of Florida I 1.1' of N.rt .. q|ala rt.r, HIul."t t
Chairman. Three aldermen. That following amendment nunrtier: Hoiilli half "
F ; C. A. tfl'CHSecretary. One clerk I S."th.O 24 of Article lit of the t west quarter of tertian' 1 11* ; IH HKTlttnr: niVHN That ft

t t WAf druM ).n. :t .4re41111' tI1At P''". lIiftI4 mares ;;:_ 8.l1.&t9l4'nTiet treasurer )1 18k.. 1 1.ronedor. .utuUo lt. County and nNt quarter, Mi.mmi beast 'iiunrter' T N1 Jajy.
.OY A ). hl'l..tt..t1yr.' .
: IDiil. has
One tax I I. hereby .. usctp. ( In
'Tbth a8"IS80r. shall. \<* .. to 11w, ..ejector. Sort' halt of : iiunrtpr.Nortluiii mv .ll' I.ton .
It's Rhythm Is I icr*se rhythm It is a modern bal. One marshal. I lb Slate at the neat general. .l.a .r 'IIArl.N"rll'II..t Nortbwculauartvr cMM-tlsiwa for tax ..with to Inw.tnnue Said I thereon certlflcat ,

'lad with a sentimental origin-a In the "Circuit Court of the 'Tw. nyKlxth Inspectors of Raid : P. : of Tteprennntatlv* In 1928 fur : : .t \: quarter:: of North- embraces the I'
hat of Old Hebrew eJt'ltO A t.Uaw.. d".rll.1prop"M
,
conversation Judicial Circuit of the' approval or rejection. pact iiuniter. North half of Mom heaetquarter. '
)
overheard between tnte of Florida In and for Tart- Scott, A. Dderon. U. Re..tol 24 The Went hnlf of HonthwefitMarter ty, altoat. llr.f.4 :,
Chants two cash gina: back-counter in a 'u ford County, Florida.Special Humphrey. :... an L"II.Iltur .haJ r Hectlun I 1 IS; North half ,'J'iorld.n t..ll 114 ft- a 1i

Department etgre. in which one relates ''. Tax School. JUHlrlct Number In County nnd munlflva.1 srovernmentwlvioh Rout Ii went quarter, Nollh half 'J r r"nlllh.,1 cor. of HWU of. NW'4' & run .r'rm !
try : 'her dream to another and laments 6, Bradford County Florida testimony whereof I hereunto .hal. b* npplleabie, except In n>inrt",r, of Section I 14 ; ft. to leE e.sr. Cf nald forty, thence
Francisco.-"Jazz win Jive the a Pet >'htioner" subscribe my name and cause races I local or npeclal l law for I t than any other music. de- fact it was 'only a v... the deal of the ntlee are provided by the Le-! Mud I'II"IIN:::): o hnlf I of Nun beast thence N. on rlwht nf way BJSH
Bald war
, tfI The State of Florida town to behereunto atur. that may b. Inc..n"l..t.1 quarter i'f' Section UI; nil In Town- thence NR 954 7-4 ft. to *
I Bli Rube Wolf brother of dream3dasies R..pon..n affixed hit the 8th day I therewith. The 1"cblatul' hip 1. Viiuth hangs 13 East. and Hep. US. Tp. T. R K. ID ...f.ti.aor.s.: 3 .
Ion and Marco, who have Only Home Neth- (.laI...." mid Taapa.re at August. A. D. reneral law .... ..tl... town ylnn i In litatal toni Cnuniv, Klorlda.AlMii The asHesHiiuint of I $
" 0 IrDch to keep that same jazz : "We must -not overlook the fact To the taxpayerH and citizens3perIai .1It Tl 198.DeWITT looordltiu to '..pulath. and shall ,, l'bmetion T of 1'"wl..hlt. 7loulli uudvr said c.rtltlcate i.* Was rl Intlie
I l Tux School' Dtntrlct< No. t, JONES by general! law their. Incorporation H''I'' 22 Kimt: In mini of Unknown. llfI .
on the Pacific shore. that the church In early days was Bradford County, Florida, and. all p."vl.. I Irud Ii I YL 5'brIde.A (.II.. Mild ertltlilat shall, tM re
Li will live as Ion II: as there the only place in which music was other. whom It may concern : Mayor. ton Iw.n. trnv..rnm.nt.duties and "Jurl.lllo.. leo Neat lamn T .nf 'nwlI..bh. |> 1Rou'h. "..n..." .c".rdh,1 to I"t.. tax dud Ir.

n.II gion" he adds. "Its rhythm played: and the development Ton and each of you are hereby ATTEST: clHlllcatlon, and no Iliiuitn 23 East lying In Clay will .. ". on 27th d.1
of'l i of A. J}.
August I 19211. '
notified that a petition ban been Oiled C. A. FDTCH. xpeclal or local law izicoroiatInguities Cull II I)'. FUirlilu.HH .
of the old Hebrew the Persian
I rhythm liarp which is the an- by Special Tax School IJIntrlct Number or town. for thetrKovernment |.! IniKlM will, be sold to mttliify Ilnl..this Sllid ""J ef July. A D. .
Ii'te .rovldl11 13 ,
k. My father was A cantor oestor of modern string; instru- 6, Brad-ford' County Florida, City Clerk. 81OSt97.o1'4tr Ju power, said 1"00. I 28.
11. UlbAr. ft. W,
Itr since I can remember I meats was all accomplished' with _,'klnlr to validate and confirm an lul.. and |irlvlleaeii.."h,1 1 1 be pann A. H. ChEWS, Clerk of Circuit AI.DKHMAN-!

Itard the rhythms which 'are in the church. issue of School UulldinK Bonds of nv "P"IM'FOR\! the Legislature.JOINT Special Mauler. In Chancery.. Bradford' County. Court.
I mid 'hool Dlntrlc-t In the Hum nt 'l.
Billed jazz. ddt has .hvays "amused me very i Twenty 'J'holl..and Dollars. (30llOOr,.. 1'.- HollclloiH for Complainant "lc-It.-I l.t

4n1 Used in Church much 'When people who do not un- ,i ( 0) to .h.. dated AUfcTUKt 1, 1928. num.bated NOT1OK IS HKREBY O1VRN. That, A : TIHHOLUTION Proposing; H..6.R.a I. l'i 'iI j
Id derstand our modern rhythm from J to 2U. Inclusive. miitur- an Amnndment to Article Ill, lIeu. I, '
A. K. holder t Tax t>
/ic, was first used In the peak -of the lug to "mmverlcul order .1,000.00 .onAuguMt No.. 'Val. of .rlt..ate. lIon HI. ot the c..Ut.u, of the OTICIOf ",' FOI!: .
damage this day July. A. ) .IC".1
new Id Iii' AI'I'I.H'ATION FOItTX yIn
.fT.
i for emotional appeal bit 1, 1IK11 and ..JOOO.IH'.AU1ru..t > 1911. (Htat of Relating; to tine 10'1'1" TAX .
hag said certificate' in ug. '
baI. ime Idea" is music Is doing to the musical i I. III end of the year. 10:12: le mid.. for my I._.... .. by the 1."I..lur.l or Sperlnj IM1IOI: 3. ;{
carried out 1n taste of the 111&0 be tanned under t.o mid. appl..ton tax i,
country. Few of them < Inclunlve to a"M..rtty t .. f>r Local Lw. L1-F
I. jJern Jazz numbers. A song know.that one of the most of Hertlon S79 et .B(1'| of the with t. Hu Said b.r certificatembiiu"". i De It Renolved the LeKI.talu"1" NOTICE IS HEREBY ntVBN Tfcat
81n. I tells the tale of sentiment' popu tevlMed General Jritatute of Florida. the IIw. dencrlbcd. of the ate of Florida: NOT1CK IS IHfiRKHY CltVEN That t I>. W. Moor.holder Gf Tax C.tfl
not be Intellectual larsongs! 'in this! country was BSO., KM ametidnd u" authorised at 'olowlnr 1rop..ryIt..nt. That the following am ndunt to I D. W. Moora holilcr of Tax C.rllloate I cate 2 the 6th day
p btft ftanod OlIn Handel's 'Messiah.' the lHCtlon held In said BcKool .dlHrlct .II lrlo. flection 21 of Article III of tine ColtMtltutlon No. SOU the 6th day of JulyV A. 1>. 192 ha* Iliad saId! Jul1 .

t motional "The nUslc of the Hebrew.. oil. AuiruHt 7th. 1828 and |>urluarrt > 1.-wll of the Htate of F.IIIa. riv- A. 1. IllUfl, hl. filed saId cvrllHcaten In my oftlce and made application I '
[""t t Night( I Dreamed You to> reMolntlona and other pro quarter of Northw..M LILting to the passage by the Legis- made apulloatlouor I for tax deed to Issue thereun 4* aocoirtance -
If dhurch which Is the old of Nrthwst ; : IIli
probably quarter f
Mi-' !Is vedtanK, .iuf tins Hoard tOe Public In. |. uluro .ef ripevlal and Local Laws, lax deed ,' issue therefn In l c- with law, fluid certificate$
a foxtrot which l inIi'pular est .church .music ia very emotional truction fur Uradfnrd County FlorIda lon 84 .Towol.l Ii, Mouth, Httnue be the same i* hereby agreed to, ordunce. with Said cerlllloateembrucen embrace the loUowhurerlb 3d

just now, and' if'In and I think it is safe to say !| on the KoverntnK, authority of The.t aesesenment, nf Raid .. .nl. IM submitted to the .l..o the" "lowm" dencrlbediropcrty properly. ..11"at. tt.df.rd Uub. 1 !

minor chord -will have' that A preat percentage, of the j I I aid *'hool district, Cur the punpoxe inde the HaLd -oertUlcute Issued property was y :ors State of Florida for uviiuval towlt nltuutn: 11 U.tor,1 county iy.North-west Florida, t-,:W"I'ot BOllthw."t r j

I'if.Iemnitv of the sacred modern dance :music is based on of ao.tulrlna> bulldlnn enlargIng I. the name of. Unknown.OnleHH *r r.J.\lol at the next ventral "hrhlu.' 14 0' Hlk, In Hlmpton. nuarter /ln. H. 2J ;
otherwise ': 1 1 T..H
I of the urnlrthiitic* or lnipi'ovingIuaIldng said .. < H.lt1v toe .
Hebrews._ In Amet'- thesIt1lame'tbemea." i certificate Khali bredeenied Ben ID, 7. H. K.0''> Bast. 40
I or ftchool icroniwln wltKIaaid > lield'oti the after : .
According to law. tux deedwill The iieeesimiiaflt I said propertyvndvr The asssKKtnunt of said ,
.. distrIct, for the exclusive oem, ..,f :he HrKl Monday In A. U. Jrop..rl
j JNHIHthereon. on tin 10th)' Nov.mb.r. saId certlllflate I."u.l wa In under said certificate .. ,. ..
'
. filing (to the Quincy Times .sk! HTATKMKMTlieport \! time. free. public nchoolH In Maid die.triet of 1"1..mh..r. A. I). 1JISN. ) 1323. Tbttt lit to say that Section the' nnnm, of Unknuwn.il.. sailS I the name of Unknown. .'
to be located wfthl-n cold KpeliU 11 of article J1I of the UimntltutIon erMllmilHhull, ,.. aucorii- Unless stud, certificate shall r*'
7th nt .d..1
II:I amount of Interest 'la be1ncpd iOf the, condition of the .> Tax Hchool dlxtrlct Number 5. f' dRY < Alcu.t. A. if lbs Stale! of Floril. ..h,1 l>. lug to biw tax d..d wili..",, timersi deemed according to law, lax b alit.

by (Oasden county '"Bradford County)/ Bunk at Htarkn.In at LAWtey Florida and thut Bald. i>..- 1 12.O.. w. AT.nranMAN amended to read .. I.U.." : on on the 27tli Uuy """ A I). will, Issue there,,., on the 27th ad:1
of Klorlda at the ckwe Klort tiled in thin ourt an .'01'''. "HeoLkm 21, In all cases enumerated I :
the mate 8EAL) Tlerk oft'ircult
1 In the new Margloba to of buHiojeHH'Juua .lint 1U28.MriMiurpr Maid will he heard before the JHonrable Bradford County Florida.Court In the precedIng _c... .n, Ilf liiilcd:I this 23nl d..i of July, A. D. !UI".t\I 1..1.\ 1,1., l.a,"la. of July .,
Judge of Maid court In the i,Laws nliall, be general and unl : 1928.
LORIIK and Phu-ount *__ __I381.457.-7I (onrt House. at Hlarke.' Florida, on By C. A. KNIOIIT, 'ortn uperatlon-throuarbout the State, II. ) (I. W. AMJIIIMAN.Clerk : !(db'Ar. (1'. W. ALnER'MAN.. l
.
As (there. Is considerable TOe.04 he dill day of Heplvnvber. lH2i.! jit 130-6'-9-' Deputy
pi the fall for this partlcu-!I. Overdrafts UnIted State- bond- -----_-_-_-_--14.IOO.O6 term o'clock A. M., and Y.U and each HKI.AT1\Q T0 *c<*i>ted In that .....lo. the, I of you are hereby charged with noloe ature i>ay local law t-2-t-a-41 ,
and a ready market a O.bonda----------------ui y .and' municipal S2.OOO.OO cif I the content of wald petition M'r PWI.ICIIISI ,"'..pt ". rlw.al. ..ILI.r. other-. .., : j ,

at prominent Gadsden Banking Houne, Furnitureand and notified and required to appear -- wine provided In the Constitumtiurm''rovlded. .} Of AI'PI.K'ATION ROIl
.. _, 19.000AlO at line" time and place an aforesaid t TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN NOI I That IM, local or specIaL' Nfl'U" ; OIIAUIlC'11' 41.10 )
have Dignified their In- futures j- n J \ TAX IltllPNOTI'Il : \O'I'U"'II" I ,
TICK IS HI5HKHT < .
lIVEN THAT
nwned 16.SOO.i8 idtoiv nauiie >if any of you have or If I illl shall be pnnHud, unless! notice of tIai
| to plant an acreage this OthflTTnal Cimli on hand oirtaite and due ? any there b"l why said Hchool Bond Fire Poliole No.. 7817* to 7 40nclunlve be lnlntlf to Ht>l>ly therefor eliutlmve 1 f.AMM' .

Jrmn .tiaivkn. _________... 86.706.17: Should not be validated and conflrm- been .published In the locality IM 1 IIICFtEllV t Ill VEN'l'hAt)
.
Autfimublls
.d In nonf-ormtty with tli. prayer wet Poliole. NOB, 183601miim where th. matter or thing to be afectfid D.: W. hnltler of Tax c'ertlll-'

-r-iImii--flood several- sman'wllh Total. .- ,-Motel_ _lit ImStock i-'529.f8l.3 forth tha in a:.a"I..l'I. : I and of pumuanto Florida,, te Automobile Inclusive PollcbM, NOl. 18S62I nba-U' mate may the I be ..ltItcd.,-*which nf the notice oonempluted I A.ate n., 1 J..r.2)llf.. &*th filed. Gth said day....of'..ln..t"'n July, ''o-wl Thirty; the days tt after. day date of I"PI.rb..r hereof on,.' 4:44:

In niich cane mad and provided.IN to 1830GO Inclusive law and shall be publlnlid my e,4lIoe and made the 111..111.1.l ( .r :
(the C..pUa.l : paid In -1 40.000,00 Ant nioblh f llol I. No. 239271a aJpll".to. Matten. B"dThflma
atte'ntjantjoss ofI > > thirty
Fund, ______ 22.OOO.OO WITNKSS! WHBK10UF I have ut leant day prior to the I or I lax .1..1 to IHNIIH. t I ii "f1 in.
Ii I property the Florida Undivi IPepo..lt. hereunto set. my hand and affixed of uotrl\ Fire ,ntroductlon Into the Legislature o i L..ne' wi h law. Hald. oertltlcat Mntten... Nla.r. heirs uf J. W.,
-profit the official _..lot the. above .entitled the Underwriter, much tilII, and In the maniiinr. to described Flatten, d-. .* app-l* to thehonorable
CorllUration) let the water : ___--.,.-n_484,460.12Surplu .eourl at .Starke, "Florida thl 14th Branch Fire In.. Co., .-of provided by law. Tb. evidence that property. el itmate t.uwl"1 Jrul'ord CuunH. Oeo. A. ((nnller 'fVniniyJndir j. c
168 reservoir day 4>f August J92S. Hartford, reuulrinir for their validity nucti notice has bewn nubllnhed nhaUi I I.e i"loriila to.witi In and 'fur lIradf.iriIt4'CUniry.
of the '
hydro- Total _$529.4 34S! O. W. ALITORMAN the countemlKiiatiira of a duly established In the Learlalaturelefure All lIeu. 24, 'i'p. ,. 5. H. East I 1lorlda. for an order to Nell. at priv
Plant at Dunnellon <neevrnthIntereKl
Cord mi.: been loHt. Mlnoe these policle.* hays .hal I nf mild In the f"Hlowlim -
od kept court of the Twenty-Six- bavlna aHldnvIt of publl- The uoNOHHinent of said property rnliinrn
It at a safe level. : I, J. --H. Jtrtch canhler nf th. above- Th Judlchil ClrcilH of theSta not been regularly cuuntar.igned or attached to the .01 proponed bill under Haiti 'certlfloat Itmuad wan Inhe I InndH, ,Ij-liic .nd belni In
Iwedure flooded the firstr named .bank do Bnlemnly swear that issued which fact undorHlftnedoval .u.. Hrndford Florida to-wlt '
t.. trf Florida In and t. when the, Maine 1 Is Introduced In either I nail nf Unknown.Uhl Cniintr. :
|r the MM above ntMement I I" true to 'rhiibirt \ agent b..r..lp.bllcly. / affirm; branch of the | and nalilerllllcate shall be '.- North half uf Northeast ..quarterand I'
plant fur Bradford .
and shirt the ,, and "belief County or accounted L"aI.lalure. 1 1
ABe donil
of "kn iw m which law lax SuulheuHt quarter of Northeanti0artr tItIrit
such .
Ii:. M. JOHNS S..I.r 1'urllln"
off with damage to thery and that 'W'I" In reHponun to olflolaiTOtfr4 i for Petitioner eoetVMl thereunder by thin Com proof of publication shall b* enternfi l.r..n on the 27th day | and Northeast quarter ofHniitheaat
I but to r..porlbY the Comptroller Attorney : they will be valuolmm and full I 13 f A..t. .. l 1028. C quarter, Hectlun (!$U> b
In the
saved the folks llv- of the tOtal. ot Florida.I. 8-11.41.9.7, : in the hand of whomsoever Hennte and upon of Iloune journal of ).r t* ,..l.d '1,1., .i3rd! day of July A. 0.lOIN. 'ruw..h'naur.' ., (*3) ContulnInw 1 '

!""" the. dam. 'IU1'CH.. caller.. .may fall and any claim th..re."Ie. .. ..t. p.r. __ _-_ In all\I 180 at'rea.. '' t I
-con R ECT-A'I"rF :oI'I': CLBHK'fl REPORT would be illegal and frauduent. .m an V"". followthe etries. Journal.nau entr mmmediately (SKAI,) O. ,v. Ar.JI JMAN. 'J'hl. 27t> day uf U. IDi*. :
N. !1'.. R1'rCH. It found they. should be 1.. i'l'rk I t rt, MIIS. r HKAKCH.nuardlan .
tier work< In the construe- O. M. TMAN turned to the $eil.eis l Bruoe A o. howlnc tIne Introduction o t h llll'r.ld.1 Bradford County Florida. for.I't

Hie W. (['. WEBKS, director. Starke, Fin, A 191* Ueiwral. Ag-nula of the Company at however uu |.uhlcton I-17-St-N 24. Huby Iliitten .. fl."n.l 4Il.n
rir I .
large special
or _
fresh water fishY 8ubcrll! and sworn to .beforeme Report of the Clerk Columbia Mouth Carolina. required Mluor heir' nf J. W. Hat-
Y at Laurel f Court .a and for Bradford Coiuityj 1:0 claIm of any nature purport hereunder whun such 1..1 or special NO'MCI III A 1'.U''TIO' "'llTtX : '
Hill In Westf.14 thin 28nd l*r -AuaUlt. ton deooudfid. ,
: : to t:
f..2'il.. to be baited them law contain u. provision thee.et
i I V. SMITH, Notary Florida, on account of Taxt as..> upon will be III.IOHNOTJCK : N l3lt3U S
being that the same Hall not becomeoperative
resumed,. Fred oraroilon opiren July 8. 1984WOTfCB ed for the year 1927. reuoa-nlaed by the Company. The

f'f, superintendent Prayer
the mate COIXlNIAt. FIRE majority of the qualified elector D. W. Manure, holder of Tax Ortltlate I= ==
| department of To Bal. JuJy i. 19211 1133.19 UPPRRIT.I I JJo. 285 5th day of July
I* FtPsh The city council met Auruntlsrh. lLflt. collected ZS4S.71To. R .Branch of participatIng In an election called In tl. oertincafen
Water 1313' ----- A. O. 19811, I. saId
Fish
It In an- 1928. at Starke. Florida to revlna!! the bal. due Aur. I. His 4217.22To surance Co. of Hartford. the territory aJT."t..t by said .p*. my and made applicationor : CASKETS
Tallahassee recently; registration book of the. City *f I ..._....... By SEIDEL. UHUCK .Co clal or local.law.A tux dead: Issue Ihxreon In aoc COFS" 1 1isti

m ,* SfarkH. riorldtt. and the followln To bal. due July 1. UU 713.31 n .. Columbia ..rdnnc* wih I law. Stall, c..rll'al. i a FU Ua L ;
I Plant City which ia the nnm, ,. were wtrirtten from the book By amt. collected/ 2Hf.61To J. F. HOU8UK. 101 A rnt JOINT HEBOLUTION Proposing embraces. t.llowln"I d..rrl..d .
for th* reason utatfd. The rounoll bal due AUK. I. 1911 428.75 At Hampton, 7-U-it-8-20. an Arnendnxint to Section 10, Article property *llunted I (
arler forearly strawber- .. ...... XII trf the CVnirlltutlon ut the :, Ir..1 t3uppU.. ti '
will be In *.,*i lon on the 22nd fAucunt Ho.4 < MrMeT ty, Fbrrliln. IJIn Une.ter', :
lila -6irntry comes the re- 1928 to hear, complaint. Ifany. To bal. due July 1 1928.__. ""-22 <)TICTJ Htate uf Florida Relating to l-du-] NW of NWVt! l.c. 233<1, Tp. 7 H. Tt. I 1
t the and to" restore any name that Fly amt. collected -_ .17" .T' cation; Authorising the tlvl..lol. *4> acre.
young plants in the may have .been. erroneously *.trlokn.A To bal.) due A Ulr. 1. 1928 ___.866S3.25 Notice I I. hereby given. to all concerned of Counties Into Special E..t. assessment nf said property AUTOMOBILKTk DRAI tit
dB are doing nicely. Straw- I nder*. J. Z., Dead.. Widaw'* Peach.. Fnad. that the. City Council of the trlrtii; I'rovlilina fur the KlecUon: under said certlflcat I I Invueil wa la ,
mast I Anhhrook, KellY. removed. To hal. due ..J..ly1, 19211 113.34 City nf tttark. Florida, utttlnc of Hihool Truatee. Their Term of tine. name nf Unknown fc ._. t. .
be jui a .1
started a long Unless said certflcate hall be rIdeened I
nrown H. Y dead. Ily amt. collected. -- 2H4 &J Hoard of Kquallier Office and Duties; and for Levyln .
head tot, production of the )trow n, Henriettadead." To bal. due Autr. 1. 1028 428.7 July A. D. mad an and CollectIon "t a District an-ordlnr to law, tc deed :. *3DEWITT '
...... 24h. 11. TU..dar' will l Issue. thereon n the 27th day
n
able I Xrvwn H. O.- fennrved.Barkowlts c..a1 ." ..* oltool Tax for Huhool 1 Purpowi
*
crop and in August Jullu. dead.Hradnhaw To bal. du. July 1. lU _, .-IU88.T8 ment roll a* filed by th t. B.) It Kolved by the Legislature4r of Aiifii.t. A. P. 19JH.Tuttwl '
r"rs are planning and flgfn HUrlonremoved... By amt. collected 6411H.5iIT. Assessor for 1922. Notice I* further the atate o Florida: thin Z.lril: flay of July, A. D. c JONES I.
.
tnc-wereage. and the ape- ,Braddock. A.R.B.removefl.. Temov". ... bal.Total due Autr.*!...-.I..._t9M*l B-..*.874.25 at given. that the City Council will action That the 10 t.llowlnc Article XII Amendment of the Con.to (4UALI O. W. ALDRRMAN I 8TARKB. FLA.
n. .
Coleman, a b tild the
list Circuit Court
on Clerk of ,
eM ___ .elnl t
[ et'plants are as busy Clark. C. H. removed. To bal. due *uIi 'l. 11128. -1411104.81 day at the City In tltutlnn o the tae of Florida reatliur Ilrodford Coiintv, Florida. !
__ 244498 AUlu..t Hal b. and
collected the
removed.. By ami. -- to same
Ulng the millions of Kantman, Julia due I. 192H ,_ 35 i. JTotal "t&r. lt : o'clock p. I I. hereby eDC.tol.. and shall b sub- '.2.G.S.U. -
ants Jtarted. (Jr."" Adam 'T.. removed.Johns. To bal. Aug. ha.I.om al such owner or __ _aA- I I-IJ
5wbft.h.olTo the
elector
C. B. removed.Kile and ISle .nt. taitted to the of Stateat m
bU due July 1. UU 14107$ d"'r appear the General KJ cUon of lUprnsen..Liven .
.
rem..d.m
?''erh" aria, By amt collected --._ 6576.12 a* to the valuation a* fx.d to b* held 1928 for ap- ; '
II
te remnev.4. by the said
made up the sol'nowmeat : Perry removed.Newom. To bal. due Aua1.1. 1928 IIS12.M) hear Board of .EqualInir., proval or That said Sec- :
Minnie, the valuation r..J..aton. .
any reasons why
4 t "! out of Plant City J. H.. removed.Noblee. O.Blanch W. ALDERMAN Alderman Clerk.By 0. C.. .ho*Id be chanced.tfr ead Ion 10. follows* al..d.d so a* to Y-ES We. can charge your HRS 1
:
W..daya the SL fved. a 8
only excep- HJ r "" fot "tfr o SB4 of NEI or W34
IfI\_ ar pt watermelon Newom. O. '1'.. removed.Parker !IHTICH 01 k(4( of .of XEVt I I "B..tlon .10.the dIviSion Th Legislature of may : _
,
ooun-
dead.. ,II 1 any .
,
"** .&. John acre ; 41. Thomas from fSOOCm. STORAGE BATTERY ,;
convenient school
been irr countie .Into
a considerable Peek. \:. I... eat of other fta*'wr. 8am deaa.Fn In Circuit Court. Twenty-Sixth. Julolat In. W of NK oor. ef"ilk. ..trlft*; and fur the election ble- ,
8
f. I _
vegetable* by removed.Theme. Bradford nfl.ny thre* school trustee, who _
llKro-Vfv d. W. >Clrcntt. County 1* W on Call 30 ft. o "
Unlading: potatoes lima ., mallory, Temoved. Florida. In Chancery. S 105 ft.. ao ft. N I 105 to Jt.*;. ))2S S allbuh'. have ulHce. ... two year, I',. ''I
eI\SP f )ant bUDS Turner. F. L., removed. Talton T. narley. 12 OrIginal Town J. C. .uprvl.ten
,
and okra. L La
tOmatoes Turner .ZJIIUn." r noved.Thixma Complainant. from .. to U.BU .-. Aan..ln. ot al the *cht U wi Starke I.
.. have bp inig. : *. A. J., removed.Tbonut we. ,. a. extendedon Kney- and for t.h J."yll and colectlon -
nral'k t n Otis '11rOct ig *, Eva 2Ia.. .renwived. Lola Uarley map OrigInal Town lull Refining o a dl.trlt tax for Smith's Garage t
the fr.e
'Ing TayJor JoM-phtntt removed. Defendant.. Co. 2* S 22 from ,+5t tn 10,000. the .xclv. public .
Plr /! ,6tWMn 50 cents and White, J. W., 4ead. 0.4er .... _.'--1- Blk. I ((7 tot.> J. T. Co, add. 28 .1. the Duitrlot. when.ever .
crate. Lima beaDs Wyman r....Mia.U.) removed.. It appearing by attldavlt attached S 22. W..k. Urownle Trustee. a majority of tb. Quall..d elector : __
; .. removed..C. complaint filed In the from J5i thereof that pay real ,\ .
IIIlIIllnd W.n. )omphkb to the bill of to 870V. -. _
a
good rlce. raag0V F. HOOVER hove -.,au.., that the residence of L. S a J 8 0 N% lot 4 0" personal firopwrty. .hal. vote In -:- '
t. -:-
$3.OO ChairmanC. In unknown to comlalnant i T. add .1 favor of such i "
Ian the Pleat ATTIMT: Lula Darley, 1 ft 29 8 .v._
lt5rprjqe A. )KTJTC; ; that there In no person in W..k. Bronl.* Tructe**. from ( _
Clerk.I the 810JMat: Florida known to aflant .1 $l.M f> t 4.000.. A JOI.VT RK Otfrn0.f Proposing 1
service| of upon Whomwould Lots I 10 Blk. 18 L- T. Co. an Amendment lo Section Four [
{ btnd the. PId'd a in ad. 28 8 I Dan Bore*, .17(0 '(4). Article Three (2> ot the Constitution R. DAVIS I & CO. :
O1Ic1' this suit for 'I>...0.."... It I. therefore 1.000.Lot irf the Itat. rf FloridaHelatlna r. _
I I.1'0 y Blven' that the follow.* described. land will b. sold ordered that said defendant Ire and 4 Blk. 1 DavIs *V Trnbr1 add. t* the of Member
"' : "1 on the a....* Monday In September I92i It belnr the 2 appear to the tttll ., complaint In n 5 %2. r. W. BuddlBCton, from SKOO -ot th.. Henate and of the Houseof )
133mOflth. before the courtbj ou.a Poor .at ritork. In Bradford tbhl can**. on or before the 3rd. day, 60 $1,100.Em4 Reprsentattve
"unt lorlda, or to mua h thereof will ... jieceenary. to par 01 September A. It. "*21. -othcrwUe a Jots I Blk. 1 Tenrple add 2* B* It Kseolved by tb* Legislature
'SI'" dt t ; .ta.... ..t .ppoa .. i-he _ro. ,...ether with the c.- tb. ajl &&Uon. of aaid bill wIll betaken I 22. .. W. Buddli).ton, from 400 to of tb. tt of Florida: INSURANCE
and a ..rtl.ln.. E. )Y. HAYEiI. Tag ColI..et m. ConrfeBeed. by you. It U $7 Ml.L That Four (4). Art.1 1 1' ". "
I urther ordered that thin notice be' *>tM I I But 7. Tempi'. add. Tteree ((1). of the Coastrtirtlon i __
published ._ .a week for four con- Standard Oil Co.. J 4 22 .11'0".U" State of Florida relating 1 1b pay
I n. T._ sedative weeks In the Bradford to 22.SOO. ot member of the Bonat the : t 0

nr a knr';;" .H. .... .. ... eweer C..Iuutn 'ouwty Telerraph publlnbed In Com. at NW oor. of ..r.on house of R.pr..nt&t....*..hal b* AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886 _
n."ur.t tarke.: Florida. Lane .hogan Alley A N on wbroltted .1..llr" the [W I
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"'I p..nnt --__..21 4 .11 UiWDaOw" -- 4i01 ( !) r." ...up.' _, .* ,b to fl.ooo. I of MepreasSlaUves 1M fcs held oa the STARKE FLA. .'ff'I

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to &"' .., iz 1.13IL W4J4 u. Solicitor fur Complainant. of Madison and Orange fit.., 1' 1 23. o t the month of November A. D. I j -- .
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IrF ". Bradford County Telegraph -() FINANCIAL TIIK: STATE STATISTICS': GOVERNMENT: OF: I ilATNU-.1\HT-VICES":; i "'" ordinary pressed--- ,,jPlh, a 'mall i Io,,,-,---nlr

OK ,,'LOIUJ'on 192 Clearing lie Juice.-In additionto or flannel sx,
,r Established 1877 r r--- FROM OTHER PENSHeadllno 1 preserving the juice against wash boiler Will IlIlPd!,,van, ? fl''

4' ,- -- .,- Washington, D. C, Aug. 20.- Cementation and molding. It la desirable torn may Uf ,",re, ? With,,,
of Commerce an to improve the u d'
The Department appearanceby .
iJbihi"Wekl; on Fridays and Entered as Second Class nonnces a summary of the statistics making It as clear as poasible. should'Utf'rlnts"m.be : ,, ? .

Matter\ at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. In Valdosta Times say way? We sill have the car we beta of the State of Florida for the Filtration In. the most "Jim Hunt's Darn Broke" Bo' on Cailton. Wauchula Advocate t/"lIn.,
June 30 1927. also the most satisfactory method
8. Matthews' _____________________Owner and PublisherJ. your old man.-Kanford Herald. Just specify the' size your dome The fiscal per year capita ending figures for, 1927 Clearing by centrifugal force and ly The involves .lilt,non,

.C. Robinson__ ___------\0.. _______ Managing Editor 0- tails for, the style to set off your are based on an estimated population clarification by finliigs (clarifying ter, which BlmpII'HI,, nila,, '.
t South Florida/ weekly refers to manly beauty and do It pdq while of 1,340.000.Expenditures: materials) are also used. The latter heavy ''"?Z', "
,
1- ,. _... Uene Matthews the the summer duck "I,
sale of is
( ---- - paper as lids on.- process Consists! in adding to h'
: used in ,
I SUBSCRIPTION RATE Stark" TeiPRraph. Just the same Bradford County Telegraph. Mean The payments for operation and the Juice some substance such as dlnary the am, menu
the Telegraph' seems to be well t ing that you are willing to send white of or casein which Jell hag The,
Yearly $1.50SiMonlbs 75c-Payable in Advance maintenance of thegeneral, depart egg co- fectiveneBs
; ''II
l clothed.Tlmen/ '-Union.! us a straw lid now when the Winter ments of Florida amounted! to agulates and settles to the bottom addition nitration

I AdvertisingRates on Application. o- : season Is about here That $10,01 capita. o( the container, carrying down of ntlnaoriHlr
; ,
U4.210.985 or per Juice
{ ...,-_. Tr"llow" -.. .. .- -- ,. --- ,The Florida/ piess generally will sounds like the fellow who once offered Thia Includes $1,372,698appor, the particles of pulp and other suction befim nitration I

' to Avoid Accidents," headline. Die a natural deathS ympathlze) with the Starke Tele to loan us his Ice skates they tlooments for education to' the I solids responsible for the' cloudiness beep placed filler fIll, hum
S graph In the recent damage b fourth of July.-Wauchula Advo minor civil divisions of the date of tho Juice. very on (lie m,
,' r a very early age. Are sustained by Its plant.-Monti cate. sultabi for, amid,
The of small
In 1926 the comparative per capita use a proportion and IM known
.
News. a*
-; > -o--'i----- cello for operation and maintenance ot moldy or soured fruit will spoil ter" the'

:i ''They may poke fun at the flapper but it would be a'sor ---o-- -- Candidates may come and can of general departments was $7.87, the flavor' of a large volume of --
Little Geraldine was asked the dldates but the Democratic
may go clean The
munll'jpal
sound fruit
i and In 191J, $3.83. The Interest Juice. Only water
ry world without them. difference between a traffic cop anda party of the south will go Pensacola.
,
1 on debt in 1927 amounted to should be used and all fruit shouldbe which hat
flapper She just laughed and eight on for a long time to come. 11
o- $506,149; and outlays for perm carefuly sorted. Only clean qulrement without'
; Perhaps the local bolters from the Democratic party fig- the laugbed' and said that she knew It rescued the South from the Intolerable manent Improvements, $23,041 press cloths, pumps sterilizers, Increased HO thai' ta iro
meant It when he said
cop conditions that prevailed 662. The total payments, therefore and containers can be employed If supply may b" "obtained
all the filling stations in Starke will Republican "stop." Miami Life.o .
ure go luring the reconstruction period for operation and maintenance the quality of the product IB not paratlve. ease Km u,
i i O --:-- -- ind laid the foundation for ev of general departments, interest to be injured. Cleaning and ster- wells which have rel(

1928 prize nuisance-$3.48 worth of tin and scrap iron looks Many like a mid-summer night dream erything'worth we have-our and outlays were $37.818 tiling such equipment with hot sunk are now ready f,
a nightmare in the glare schools factories

our churches our
I 796. Or this amount $569,09 water and steam is desirable, fact-one of t them"
is' uri|
running the highways with a steamboat whistle on its exhaust \Ing light of day, says the Starke our agriculture, and all other but
represents payments by a State Press cloths and other equipment some little defect
} s Telegraph. Well you must have evidences of the wonderful development department or enterprise/ to another should be kept dry when not iu ,ii> the functioning or th""?
had a lark on the beaches In the< of the past 60 years I well
o on account of services. The totals use. and It will not he,
dark, or how else could you know'Hastings ? That Is the main reason we are !ed
i, The millennium-the day you can read a column of par. -. Herald. Democrats and will remain so and Include all payments for the I Equipment for Home Manufacture corrected.until whatever deft
year, whether made from current
)' i1 agraphs without finding some reference'to the flapper or her --0---- unaffected by the 700-odd isms we revenues or from the proceeds of .f Juices --, "
Small combination fruit crushers
Starke mother> asked a gentleman might be having seams about.- lair[ >7
trimmings. to hold her baby for a mo Punta Gorda Herald. bond Issues. and presses for use in the here August in
o ment. Hesitating be Inquired "Is -- Of the governmental costs reported kitchen may be bought throughany -_ .

p* I There i is about as much difference between ,a bolting It Smith or Hoover?" 'Bradford Major Hans Austin now living highways above., $2,696.272$22,252.223 being was for for hardware store. Grapes and LakelandNew hush
3 County Telegraph. That's the In berries may be crushed) with a potato Ing belli
''lp' Starke, tells of some Interest g erected Stoat
( r'lr JDemocrat and a Republican as there,,between. a hijacker and bent paragraph of the w ek.- lug happenings/ when he went to I maintenance and $19,555.951 for masher or by the hands, and North Florida/ avenue.

v t ta bootlegger. Voff" Waiichula Advocate. school In the Sand Hills on Black construction.' .
Revenues -
+ -----0- Creek, near Mlddleburg, along in
n ,0 Th'e
total revenue receipts were
State press offers sympathy to the'sixties. the
According to maJor
Every Democratic nominee of St. Johns county has $27,390,641 or $20.44 capita.
.. : Kill tor .K. S. Matthews in the severe the school teacher, generallythe per
pledged himself, to support the Democratic ticket from con- damaging/ of his press room huskiest man the trustees This was $12.613,407 more than

V :stable, to 'president, by fire recently. The Starke Telegraph could locate, kept a hickory switch the total payments of the year, ex-
elusive of the payments for permAnent -
however, little delayed
was in one corner of the one-room log
k' Improvement. but $10,-
o .
the '
i through accident.TimeaUnion jabln school house and a slngle-
I Of all silly movie titles! have called "Satin 428,255 less than the total payments 7J
:, They one now I narrell! muzzle-loading shotgun In ,
!including those fo
r -
"is -: another corner. It was thought permanent '
m Bloomers"-" Times-Union. Silly i ID right.'Avery. Where did Improvements. Of the to-
We glad to know that }O dl- 1
are
nothing strange when the :teacher
you It's being.shown? tal revenue receipts $569.094 ,
,,say- tor Robinson of the Starke Telegraph would grab up the shotgun and represents -, ; O t tI'
l 1 '.i o Is able to get out his paper keel a cat squirrel! out of a hickory receipts from a State de- I I'

; The gossip: tells all she knows and borrows a great deal after ,having suffered considerable nut tree growing In the school !of partment services of enterprise Property and on account special ..
damage to his office by fire las yard. Water had to be carried
of information from the neighbors.-Times-Union. And Week. The taxes: represented 20.9 per cent of CqI
Telegraph came out on from a spring about a quarter of a li
V 4i! draws ,heavily on her imagination. schedule this week and was as mile from the school house and tlx. the total' revenue for 1927 31.6
cent for 1926 and 66.0
interesting usual. Uunnelioi per per qI
as larger boys took turns keeping the
b o cent for 1917. The increase In the If
I:Truth cedar bucket well filled. A long-
,ft Tampa officers are holding two moonshine stills washed '-0- neck gourd was used in lieu of e amount of property and special ,1 '

but from the swamps during the heavy rains. Owners can get Ii'nert' CJoml. ..In..... dipper. During recess the boy taxes collected was 284.8 per cent
from 1917 to 1926, but there was
their '' played leap-frog/ stick-frog aud
property' by proving'ownership.
There I 1. decrease of 37.0 per cent from
from
was a mail Starke climbed trees. At noon the teacher -
o Who looked for a glare; to park' and his pupils spread lunch 1926 to' 1927 The per capita

Mr.\ Hoover's acceptance speech consisted of 7,100 words Tried many spaces,little aud large : under the trees. The hickory property and special taxes were
i.' And filnally drove back hi his switch played a prominent part in $4.27 In 1927, $7.03 In 1926 and
Times-Union.
That is what ,you call taking the bull by the 12.58 |In 1917.Earninga .
garage.- Avery i'owell in a fellow's education those days
horns-:-ruslng 7,099 superfluous 1t) 'words. Ttni ex-Union. and the major aver he often wore of general depart-

-:0: 0 hickory stripes on his bare legs means or compensation for services
The Bradford County Telegraphcame for a week at a time.;: Those were rendered by State officials,
? News dispatches tell of Coolidge Bible from
,, receiving a
out this week with its usual real school days.\ -Avery Powell represented 7.9 per cent of the total High in
England, Chances are he feels the need of the good book after peppy Issue. We sympathize with In Times-Union. revenue for 1927, 7.1 per cent ,

eight'' '' years; leadership of the Republican party. that,,<<:edltable paper In the loss of --0- for 1928, and 10.4 per cent for

: their press And other ,,,valuable; IVTELLIGKXT VOTING" 1917.
L p o equipment 'by fire .,,recent: \!y,- Business and non-business II- QUALITYLow

1 The; 'Dekalb (Miss.), Sentinel expresses its stand in just Gainesville Evening News.,, In the next ninety days we shall of 1 senses the total constltutted revenue for 57.?1927 per, cent 52.1

a fetid words: "Sink 'swim survive lot is cast 0--\\ hear much about gettingout the I
I or or perish our Suushlne and shadows, on the vote, and civic societies will engage per cent for 1926, and 17.4 percent

; { and With the white people of our state and its party we will mountain sides' appeal more to us /: in such campaigns under various : for 1817.Receipts in

i remain! than aurf and the tides.-Palmetto slogans us, for example, from business licenses .,-"
News. Is that all you see>--thaurf "We don't care how you vote, but consist chiefly of taxes exacted I
44, o < and tides? What of the sights vote." This slogan in particular: Is from, Insurance ,and other t .Incorporated

Gainesville Evening News suggests bringing back the an the beach and the. rides?-- one that cannot, stand analysis companies ana 01 sales tax
{ Starke Telegraph. We'll with on gasoline while those from non- / PRICEThere's
agree since It 115'to the Interest of the
j' 1 3-Jlrth. of .a ,Nation film "so that some of these Southerners you that they are fine 109.7Pal members ot any civic club that L business licenses comprises chiefly .

*"hd"r switching to the Republican( standard can see what metto News. honest capable men be elected. taxes on motor vehicles and

r' { I Happened in the days of carpet-bagging/' 0'' Therefore the slogan Is only 6 amounts paid for hunting and

t The press room of the Bradford slogan and not the truth. fishing privileges. The sales tax on a big difference in tires, although

,0 VVlF I County Telegraph was completely What' about these campaigns to lasollue amounted to $8,816,791 they all look much alike.
In 1027 and $7,569.236 pretty
The Telegraph is for communications relating to the Destroyed by fire but "J C.," and get out the vote? Is any good In 1926
' i open purl in increase of 16.5 per) cent. Some
'a t "Kirk" waded Into the hot ashes pose served by Insisting that a n aremade with skimpy, abort staple
sldentiAl'race
pr the only ;requirements being to condense uid got out better if when he is IndebtednessThere .
; a paper, such vote not sufficiently inerested cotton. Some have an overdose of "filler"in
the.article. as much as' possible. and, bear the writer's signa- i thing could be possible than to make the effort without wan no not indebtedness the rubber
of the tread. Some long
(funded] fixed less are
or sinking fund
)Ver before. Takes
t&; more than a pressure being applied? Is, there
Jt biBle to keep these boys down.- any reason to think that he baa isseta) on June 30, *,,27, 1926 on looks and short on UQ1ity.,

.. .0 'Jasper News. been sufficiently Interested in the the and per In capita net debt was 0.07, But you won't need a microscope to be sure
1917
$0.66. Although the
o- Issues and In the
men
pt. i. ,, We'admire'Rev.:' : Bob(; Jones for coming from behind the Our sympathy is extended to the to gather any Information campaign thai :State: bad no funded debt at the that the Goodyear Tire you get from us is a

li'uorscreen! and'admittingthatprohlbitlon! : l is aminor, issue publishers of the Bradford County would lead,, him beast an'Intelll "lose of fiscal' year 1927, there was real buy. Goodyear mileages tell the story

Ift the presidential campaign and that religion is the main issue Telegraph at Starke, whose pressroom gent vote lOur answer to these 'Jebt A contingent of $10,250.000.or special assessment of "The World's Greatest,Tire."
waa nearly destroyed by fire questions I Is "No. This was
., It id better to frankly admit thing at the start than to last week. Their newspaper press We, should not, therefore, clog Incurred In the Interest of the Kvirglades Goodyears are performing so satisfactorilyfor

be smoked out later. was so, damaged that the 'paper! up the election and drainage project. As an our customers that they invariably come
1 la being printed by the Galnesi the additional Offset' to this Indebtedness there
cause public expense I back-not with a kick but with a boost,and
4 ,0 villa Sun, while the press Is being by Insisting, that those who are not ire slaking fund assets' amounting
for
# Smith Is as much Florida's choice of president as any rebuilt. -Tarpon Springs Leader Interested vote. Good citizenship to 103740. another Goodyear when they need tire

? + other state,this state being bound by the action of the ma p. "r., _' i does'not consist/ solely In voting I'''OHAed Valuations and Tax Lev equipment. ,
And that editorial ""in thei Lake which la Quly the act by which I lee
'I jority. We have not heard We have your size-in fresh new stocks
f any Bradford county Democrats Region about I/o man voting Is to we back oar convictions. Without The assessed valuation of property ,
l say they were going to vote for Howey because Carlton did the point as well. It is nobody's onvlctlonu-a potential voter better In Florida. subject to ad va at low prices.Supreme .

not receive a majority vote in this county. business how a man votes, no be warned a way.from the polls lorem taxation was J786.064.528;
1 t tT body's business about how a plan than urged on. be amount of State taxes levied
o lives nobody's business about any The campaign that: should be Wilt $5,926.584} ; and the per cap-

T I Bob Holly,. claims that the kick in a kiss' is electricity. thing a man does and In the end waged Is one to have the citizens Ita levy, 442. In 1926 the per Service Station No.2 2 2f
+ we will not have any business/ with take an active part and interest in capita levy was $5.07. and In 1927, ,
I( I But there is nothing shocking in that statement.-Times- anybody else and nobody twill public atfilrs./ to become informeo $3.17.WATCH. STARKE, FLORIDA

I Union. But where does Bob meter-Apopka Chief. Why, have allY business so why:,worry on public issues and then there "-- -".,. .. -.
at her ohm.-Madison about !ItT flood slogan!; yes,; will be no need of persuading them VOLUHKI.F; 00 IIV -'
.... ... _..- Enterprise-Recorder.. Watt's that?- :. -,.....:..... .4 to vote.--frOelrav Beach News.
ucaia tianner. it s time for the clrcuit-breaker to drop before A lire which broke out in. the That Is the most sensible thing What's. the use of taking stock .:: -;-, --

the reading public gets a shock. press room of the Bradford County, we've", read about the political situation In all' those things we hear

Telegraph last Thursday afternoon In a long time. We were Why rip the lining out of Brown .A. Kill Germ Flies
t 14. o completely destroyed the priming just thinking the same thing ourselves And make Smith lock so queer Laden

; Ocala Star advocates reducing the automomible license equipment of that splendid newspaper and'have long listened with You. cannot always tell my boy, .. -and k..p th.m.",.,.. B..Brand |insect Pow.

tax, doing away with the auto tag'agents In'each county and according to press reports.We dl gut to the slogan "We don't It may be all a lie; A der L :.,f Liquid kills flies Ant.! Ho--P BrS 69
4 are sorry to le/arn/. of tllls"ml8'fortune rare how you vote but vote.." So just step around behind MosquitoesFlsaaH.dnugisndoth.rln- 1'119McIIWon'Upotoulain. /"
L allowing the tax collector to issue tile license tags!- and at the and hope* It will'n'ot'.pre', We hope that day ", au soon come tree some and: \pat. Writu. .U..pow
same time collect thre personal tax on the car from the owner. vent the Telegraph's, coming to when people will be( so Interested And watch ;yourself go by. desist' can't supplyvswill ea for,FREE Ship insect b7pe'C.lpoIItat"boiler.: 006'1.1 jomrnmm .lr..ta..G-to I I!

Florida could' get along tine'with many'other'useless offices our Editor excbaugedesk'regulatlyinor' In public affairs. that they will 1You'11 pde.enamsd McCOaMlpl K C0.B1dioa.MJ.CILDAA .
Roblnsou'a attending 4heParagraphers' : read and study 'political Issue. and find
that
whose main i things look different
occupation consist In
drawing a salary. meet In Hastingsnext Intelligently. Until that time '

L 0 month.-Wnuchula Advocate. comes, why urge them to vote at k And crooked paths seem straight,
.Amen( If he will send bia paper TVWauchula, : Advocate; That Smith Is not the only man

I ,. .Georgia' peach? growers and growers of other kinds of down hare well print it, free.-' : Who sometimes gets home late.

products can .brl ith ii. stuff in'trucks tpJFJorida; towns and Palm Beach Independent., According to Stuart Perhaps 'your'wife's/ own husband

sell itbypaying the o I er, Tim Murphy ; Sometimes goes" all awry:
Palm
very smallestpittalicep) license City farmer
{ while We '
a" advise the next legislature to i bas found ,So Just step around behind some
if a new source of Income
farmers -
Florida go nt.o. Georgia they are faced by a ped-- eat the gasoline tax back tothree, for Martin county ,tillers of tree .

dJer', ,,license" of $50.00'in, each county in which they do busi- cents aud to apply every dernedj 'the solr. :*nd one which will bring And watch yourself go by. ODOR

I ness. And this is not all. In addition to this state tax each I cent Deach of Independent.It 'on the road*.-Palm, in its greatest revenue during the !
That sound In business
so-called' dull as In pleasure, _
of the municipalities has a license fee, in some towns not letls'th good. We have been told ln> tb'la.section Is the culture of Bummer blueberries.season.Mr.It ;t' And In the social life

Ji\two nor more ,,than,one hundred dollars per day in the that most of the east egos Murphy recently made a trip to ,It doesn't pay to speculate
dfse Uonot wanted division of the tax.-TallaJhassee North Or let your thoughts run rife.
$ th mayor.-l\IonticeUo Florida where he visited
,
I News.-- Bradford '
V county State News. lust LAWN MOWERS
jTheijlroubld Bradford and try tq think the best of those
Clay counties
and
rw la wide open to truck: dealers and peddler3. pf most every kind; |s that every section ot the state while making the trip found' farmers Who, 'In 'your pathway He-

no attempt apparently being made to collect the tax set by the puts., la too much\ time and space harvesting a large crop of And just step around behind some RUBBER GARDEN HOSE

state. It Is easier to collect taxes from 'local dealers who lying aboyt the other lectlon.'alm ..- this luscious fruit on which they tree.
Beach
'1v t ? cannot so'easily:dodge'tax collectors, and ,when more tax money --i Independent.,... cleared over 1250. aa acre. And watch Author yourself Unknown.go by. DeWitt Jones

is needed, just as easy to raise the millage, on the local By the way, we wonder wbat became Cocoa Filtration plant for city .

l' taxpayers.-! ->-- .,>- _' < -I .--t *. __ -, ,r..r.,,,I of that hat the Bradford water supply completed at cost of, ad Melbourne'In -Equipment install- .
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i A :,yL ....? fp" ,i i 'an -...... I rtfkiffiy: \ Telegraph: bet u. on HrtajyI :$1"aQO t'0, cr 0 ..v_t.7 ..'s' .a0teeuFu"f : J txrt pa*new*" o.'pltaf-3 maternity-ward: --- t MeK!lA- -.- V HARDWAREiik.
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