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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 31, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Innoculation of In BRADFORD NEW BERRY BLITCH STATES I SEN. GEORGE'S SPEECH Numerous W- State .;.::i/ ",i ,


I 50,000 Hogs CENTER DAILY PRISON //11
RHODES SHOWSAnother Tax
July Announced LAUNCHES SMITH DRIVE Exemptions'I L::;
-- I AVERAGE
1,375 '
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kingdom has tottered Straton ForcedTo I VeteransAlturnvy ';. 1 :
I Rfionlt: For 30-Day Pwlocl Hlllsborough county Is no longer TOBACCOIN
atei 1 All Are Iiroken.l the domain of the ('ounty I'lisonrrs Total tSSU: ; Tampa, Aug. 25).-Floilda democrats ; '
strawberry General! l nvl (uses intermllng t '
,l queen. Apologize At Mat 1"111'111 Khowa Profit today are launched on a campaign ,
BRADFORDMany
The young lady with the which they believe, will give Opinion. t.
Over f>".(JO hoga wel'e Inoculated cheeks has taken domicile rosy Norfolk Florida's average dally slate' Alfred I E.: Smith the vote lie. by ---- 'I' '

Itdlu Florida for the prevention of to Jacksonville, in Bradford nearer county Virginia prison population during the fiscal tradition Is entitled to in this of Iho tobacco growers In An Interesting opinion by Attor'i: 'i I

til .or cholera during the month of according to the Florida state year ending June 30, 192! walt state. the county this year hag been well ney General Fred II. Davis has t,, -'

re( I l hy representatives of the marketing bureau. Mlnlxlev! Old (lifenileat Making 1,375. according to a report from, Senator Walter F. George of pleased with tie result of the first been handed down showing the various 1' '

Lute July Stock Sanitary Board. The distinction of being the Jtuseletis Assaults Oil J. S.: Butch, superintendent of the : Georgia, "keynoter" for Kiorlda year of growing the crop. The exemptions In favor of World ,
Live Official", prison farm at Ralford. i left the democratic landers of .y
1i champion yield has been from '
strawberry county of fair to good War and Spanish American
ecI HilaU of the board announced. the stale was taken by Bradford The state farm made money Kloilda In alt optimistic frame of but the grade has been quite variable war -

th ThaI t number It was stated laJ county from Hllsborough county Not folk, Va., Aug. 2C-The Rev. too a balance ot profit having I mind. lie relieved the feeling so due to the fact that the growers veterans. L -
John Roach Straton. of been ,shown of $148.901.39. Nor fur as the dry question was Any World War or Spanlah-
' this pastor contented -
0 of
( J far the largest ever Inoculated year for the first time, the bureau or many thorn were begin-
llf by states when Cavalry Baptist church in New are all the prisoners who were in. ( for he convinced: his hearers tints, and lucked the American war veteran who wall -
it \
Bradford accessory experience
in the says
during a :30-day period state shipped 255 carloads ot strawberries York, whO recently assailed Gov. carcated during the year jumpers Hint that the ll. O. 1'. Is as wet of curing, hand I lug and disabled to the extent that he Uunublo ,

- of Florida, It Indicates board of.II Into the markets, while Hllls- Alfred E. Smith from hilt pulpit by any menus The superintendent or wetter than Al Smith possibly grading( The price of tho weed to perform manual labor

Main declared that Florida farmer borough shipped only 202. and who has been challenged by handled $62.726 12 of prisoner's c'lIn bo. So' far as that U concern has not been all thai ono could expect may engage In any business or oc. '
the Governor to repeat his statements funds during the year the report ed. Andrew Melon answer the but cupation In the state of Florida '
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the It Is
are taking; advantage of The champion of all counties in a concensus of opinion ,
- I which was availableJuly the state Is Polk rich in citrus and give him an opportunity showed, question for I the democrats, ho de- (hat no one lost money on the without the payment of any. license ..
lNh free serum groves and 'vegetables of replying has some previous It 'onl the state 23.63 cents a lined. lie Is not only personally crop and the experienced gained tax. otherwise provided by law. .
the bureau
lak 1. but it also shows, It wad asset'ts. Citrus shipments, alone reputation us an assailant of char day to feed and keep the prisoners wet, but has reaped harvests In will assist materially III making a'' according to (he opnlou. ', .

e, idded that there Is a great deal from this county during the season acter. Also. the clergyman has in tobacco. cask| from his manufacture of llquoi !good !and( profitable. crop next Tile exemption contemplated In. '. I

- more Interest manifest III the just closed:] amounted to 12,763: been obliged to retract his verbal Prisoners received from Iho year. the law, according to the attorney I ,

I twine Industry than In previous carloads, while the total carload assault and t make public apology various c'olllllleK tottalled 1,299 As for the question of religion MI' George W, haze a farmerIn general Is personal to the disabled I"
shipments of everything Including for name. 77 from I the road department anI'<' Senator (George cited the appoint the llrooker nortlon and well veteran and the Interpretation of I
i years ? grown, Dr. Straton was formerly pastor 19 recaptured. Th8 prison farm ments to major offices<< mad by known throughout t the the !act In (hat It applies only; to : '
I citrus, was 13,903 county, .
The Male Live Stock Sanitary loads. .. tar- of the First Baptist chul'ch'lll this sent 483 to road camps of the stall" Smith us governor of New York stated recently that ho planted 12: those businesses or occupations lu

Board advocutea the treatment ofpigs HcMiilnolc liONt Vegetables city. lie made scurrilous attacks while 21 escaped and 40 died, five'! Ily largo majority, Protestants acres tlila% year and from a nimuclul which the veteran personally: is ''t '

i shortly after weaning as the Seminole county Is the cham- upon public officials! and wrote a of whom were, electrocuted. led both Catholics and' ( Jews In standpoint ,did not reallzo avery I able to conduct, without material ,I-
book which he called: 'The Scarlet The total amount of funds hand winning the nominee's favor. In fancy sum but with the aid from (he outside, "and should l
tost of treating at that time Is a pion vegetable however. ex-
county Sins ot Norfolk." It was denounced led by the superintendent, both fuel, those forced to share personal peilence he hat gained In glowing not be construed as an exemption
third to a half the cost of treat This is tho county of which Sanford '
by the press and declaredto received and disbursed amounted responsibility with the governor I the past crop he will plant about from paying a license lax to conduit '
with Its
leg uncut and mature hogs, It the rich celery bell Is be obscence and unfit for youthto to more than three quarters ot a > are Protestants: und Jews: sixty-five acres next spring. Mr. some large or extensive business d : P'

waa pointed out. The ,systematic shipments county seal. Us vegetable read. I million dollars. Ms private secretary being the best llaxen undoubtedly sees. a Rood fu- ," ; '4

iDUOLulatlou, as Indicated In the loada.lepol.t. amounted to 8,974 car- In February, 19 19, Dr. Straton The Htate treasury waa emitted example.Preceding. lute 'lo this growing of tobacco In It will be noted, the opinion t 0

July work will insure the farmers became acquainted with A. G. nearly $57,000 during the year, Senator Uourge'a ringing this county, and(. It would be 11'1'111'boils "that the exemption la: one ,
against loss from cholera, It' on the carload movement Backus, a bootlegger, who was says the report. There were near arraignment of the republican to begin the growing of some uta I for payment of occupational taxes 11 '

an slated. 'lot citrus and vegetables for the I serving a six-months' term In Jail, ly 200,000 prisoner's letters read party and his call to victory for pie crops along with the varlou which are provided by the general ,''I fi' '-;
Inder the law,passed at the last season is now being complied by :Straton sought to obtain his pardon and censored by the prison ofll- the happy warrior the state democratic truekerops already being grown. HcniHQ lawn, for revenue purposes 4 it ia-

session of the legislature, the Li. M. Ilhodes state marketing and published a circular addressed clals, the records show. executive committee met for The boll weevil In cotton hi but the act cannot be construed ma

board hud $60,000 available July commissioner, and will be ready, I to Governor Westmoreland tho first lime III Tampa undar IU stoudlly' Increasing III the Hold and an exemption from the payment;

1 for the purchase and distribution he says for distribution( toward Davis of Virginia, accusing Charles I'()?'...:n\' IS IICKIKI; present' administration.Iliiiinony thorn !are Indications< thai there of fees exacted by the state In the

anil-hog cholera serum and bog the last of the week. S6me of the (J. Kizer. Chief of Police and IN WKHT toa.tonmum: ( J'rrvnll. will be 'qullo a few of them to co exercise ot Its police power although

cholera virus. Each: owner or custodian figures of the report were available Commonwealth Attorney Shackle- Judge J, B. Sfewait, chairman Into hibernation this fall and ui It may to a certain extent 4P

( of hogs In the state Is entitled however, this morning. ford of being involved with prop- Jacksonville, Aug. ',29i.--Kuneral( for the last two yearn, was *ucreeded der favorable conditions will pos be a revenue producing measure. '4J.
under the law, to receive St. Johns county Is the champion rleors of disreputable houses In services for Kdwln: Francis Pome by the man he nominated, slbly present a problem for cotton 'Tiider the law therefore, the i

without cost, three-fourths of not potato county of the state. Norfolk roy, well known Jacksonville resident former Senator Harry II, Wells, of grower next year. Those who are veteran i In not exempt from .the
to exceed 3000 c. c. of serum and During the season. It shipped 4,600 Judge Shackleford brought suit who died Sunday afternoon Chlpley, described as "an old war. preparing to plant cotton' again payment of such tees as registration !

virus during the fiscal year. carloads, uu increase over last for libel and 8tr;toll, unable to after H long illness, were held at horse of democracy." Tho meeting next year might well also prepare fees under the Real fclstute 4

The legislature also authorizedthe year.No prove any ot his charges, was forced 10:30: o'clock yesterday morning.The was notable for the accomplishment to light the boll! weevil with pnls Brokers' law, 'Inspection tiixtia under
board to veterinarians carload shipments are reported to retract them. When of within the Hotel Commission law
employ eight summoned services, conducted by the harmony It on. We might remember that the ,
to give free service. to the for Duval county but Com before the Grand Jury\ he Rev. W. A. Hobson of St. Peters own ranks. Only once during the only control method recommended taxos upon motor vehicles or fordealing ,

farmers In the ,Inoculations of missioner Rhodes says this is by ,was compelled to admit that his burg formerly pastor of the First( entire proceedings was there a as yet by the Department of Agr In gasoline or any other i ,
their no means an indication that. this I Information threat of breech tux except taxes collected through
hogs. .n.. ....",.'" .. _,. ."... ..__........._. ...___ was baseless. Baptist church here, were held a auioug the men culture I Is poisoning with calcium: '
lu addition to the veterinarians tJ. tSJO .u I. I""" "''IS"- SHCYM who made un the ranks of the arsenate. tax collector. ;il' t
from tile 1852
furnished by |ha statethe United tables. The entire vegetable crop j SKUVICi; STATiON residence Laura-- party in Florida and< In whose "'fhs exemption provided for lp. ti .t..
street followed lu We
States Bureau 'otAliliual"Industryfor of Duval cooitty isd, nsnmed In Interment Moulton/t, bands the fate of the national ONLV) 'IIC'HV 'OW FOL'AU plies as ,well to taxes Imposed by
the past several years has been Jacksonville and is shipped Into I A business transfer ot general Evergreen cemetery with ticket rests. l.N 10,00(1( IN JMKUIl: COUNTY::-. certain cities and towns an to those

furnishing Florida with the services the city Mr. Rhodes pointed out, Interest during the pant week was & The Kyle, morticians In charge.Honorary )X certain group wanted to force Imposed. by the stale and Coullt,.
of two veterinarians but ow- In trucks and market wagons. (the purchase of Supreme Service pallbearers were: the nominees of the partycoun Dr. T, J, Taylor, head( of the cat While the exemption does not apply -
M. L. Broward Kills: Cre
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Lug to the failure of congress to Report Is Not Terfw-t Station No. 1 from Gerald Middle- shaw, K.: II. Faxon, J. M. Mitchell, ty, state and'national--to declare tie tick eradication: service In Da to taxes for the operation of
appropriate funds to continue the That section of Hlllsooroug ton by Mr. D. A. Monteith. themselves. The majority held it ker county, reports that only oue motor vehicles, It would apply to
J. L. Head Frauk (1. Johnson,
hog cholera work, the two veterinarians county In the vicinity of. Plant With the change of manage Francis M, Holt, and John L was, unnecessary, 'for most of 'the tlcky row wan found among 16- a tux Imposed upon the business of $
Dr. A. P. Abbott formerly City has long been noted as the ment and general policy comes a active. W. C. Croom.( S. M nominees are for Smith and Itob- 000(/() head! that have been dipped !acting as a carrier for hire; that ji

stationed at Live Oak, and Dr. 11. strawberry belt of Florida. Extensive change of name to "Courtesy Ser Brlgge Parnell.; E. II. Samuel William Inuou. But the committee on leso-! far, and this one came fiom Ilrad Is lo say where a tax Is Imposed ',, '. ,

W Willis, formerly stationed at development of the crop vice Station." Wilson, A W. Stephenson and I tit Ions and the fight began. An ford county. This left Rake upon the Individual aa distinguish ,
Dade City, have been withdrawn In Bradford county, however, 1 In The public may be assured of extra meeting was held. Arguments county without n single tlcky cow ed from .thus fee charged for the -' I. ,
from service. I the vicinity of Lawtey, Starke and fair and courteous treatment at Clyde Taylor.Besides the widow Mrs. Josle I were offered that since the and bhows. (hat they have beet. operation of the vehicle. ',t -

The withdrawal of the iwo. government Waldo, baa taken thIs honor from the hands of Mr"Montelth, who by Pomeroy, he Is ourvlved, by,"three democracy of the state stands for properly dipped Dr. Taylor 'nay "Under the laws of thla state "l 1'
| veterinarians, whose services south Florida and moved It nearer hla genial maner and attention to the nominees, the nominees In turn that the dipping In Baker county cities and towns are prohibitedfrom '
Jr. Stewart -
Edwin Francis, ,
were free to the farmers of Jacksonville.. bulanesa has won the esteem of all sons Lines and Joseph Dupont Pomerdy should stand for democracy pub- should be over by thee first of ned charging a tax on .a automobile f 1. -

the state, and the great IncreaseIn "The report I am compiling I Is who have known him during his and one daughter, Margaret Kllzu: lid)'. But the arguments didn't July. Itself, but they may exact atax1
not perfect nor do I claim It to stay In Starke. stand. against the Individual owning
demand for that work to meet
beth Poiueroy. all of this city: one .;H'nn; > UNION: .. I
the requests of stock owners who be, but It Is as near perfect as The fact that certain men-- ,. u car which In engaged in the oc..IUl'atioll -
brothel, J. F. Pomeroy, Eufaula, ; OWiriAL ISIi'OitJ.
(MMOLIM J: ('UO!ij II"'flOS
desire treatment of their hogs, is anybody can make It, Bald Mr. Ala., and a sister. Mrs. Anna Elf Doyle H. Carlton and Park Tram- : of a common carrier for(
sorely taxing the capacity of the Rhodes. "The figures I use are nell, for example-have arrivedat hire, Insofar as this occupation tax
eight veterinarians furnished the from government reports from The report Issued!! by the inspection ler, Columbus. a decision of silence was declared H. Rred, district manager, concerned( the exemption la.applicable. t (

Mate Live Stock Sanitary Board shipping points and cover ship bureau, department of agri- a personal privilege, not tobe Western Union Telegraph Com ." '
'for that purpose board officials ments for the 1927-28 season." culture, shows Bradford county Smith's Foes violated by the executive coinII pany w.. a visitor to Starke last Referring to another disabled '
sserted. C consumed 85,971 gallons of gaso- H tee. The author of the reaolu- Friday, on a combined office and veteran! tax exemption the attorney -'

SCOUT TRIP LABOR DAY line during ,the month of July, as Are Insincere tlon. W. II. Wolf ot Fort Pierce, service Inspection trip. Mr. fleet general cited Section 9, Artl- '

compared to 108.531 for the saw the point and voluntarily expressed hilt appreciation of the vie IX, of the constitution which j't:
Get the Children '. Wyman announces plans for mouth of June. Totals for the withdrew It. splendid patronage accordeo" bill allow exemption from taxation of

taking some Scouts to Saint Augustine state were 18,539,833: gallons Tor Says StewartFlorida (JporK" 51w'ske.' I company by the business houses $(BOO( "to every person who has r1 ''i'I

Ready for Beach on Labor Day Mon. July and 18,238,877 for June. nut the real big event of the of Starke, and stated. his calls on lost a limb or been disabled In war ,

School day, September 3. Any boys Inter L _. rally was Henaor George's speech. our business men resulted In their or by misfortune." This applies to .

ested In taking this trip should nee Imu hEAl IIKAUTY: CONTEST! ]>|M>Htlon |. lie not only sounded the keynote unqualified approval being of the personal and household effect.

Tallahassee __ "Physical de- Mr. Wyman before Friday night.CINTY I h IteJlglouM. for the democracy of Florida, but service accorded them by the!! localoffice. etc., according to the ruling. t' t
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"=".. 'or cniidreu should toe carea -- ,Directors of the nibault Celebration delivered an address which attracted "
for before the children return to JlllttK'H: ; ('()I.JtT: Association to be held In Tampa Aug. :24.-J. B. Slew nationwide attention. "; : HAMrARIfMIIIIANCII SSLEK1MJ MIVVhIMPhR; ; MK.NTOMKtrr : -' \ h'

iihool." says specialists of the 1H. 1- Jacksonville Aug./ 31st to September art, of Fernaudina, chairman of Broadcast as It was through : : IV ANCIENT; CITV&t. $ '
home demonstration staff of the E. McDuffey, operating on 3rd Inclusive, are anxious to the slate democratic executive three radio stations thousandswere -
State College for Women, in call.Ing rim, fined $1 and costs. have, Starke and Bradford county committee, in Tampa today for the reached that otherwise would -- I
> attention to the fact that I. W. WilsOn, possession Inloxl represented In the Red Head Con democratic rally' tomorrow night, : have hei/n denled,.,th" right to hear The Starke Exchange Club Is In Augustine, Aug. 27.-Ilka- _c I '

ichool days are again here. eating: liquor, fined $26 and costs. test scheduled for Monday, Sept. charged that the anil-Smith men his call to the ranks of regularity. correspondence with directors of tings and St. Aiigutalna will be .

'It la now recognized that muchof Clyde McNeal, running auto 3rd. The most beautiful red-head. were camouflaging the Issue hiding 'Party (ruth was declared para- the Bottle Creek Sanitarium, Bal- joint hosts lu the entertainment -' -
< the llstlessness. laziness and without lights. $10 and costs. ed women In eleven southern behind the mask of prohibition irioiiut by 'the speaker lie Creek, Michigan In an effort to of the newspaper men and woman t -
"dullness| In 10. J, McRae reckless operation states will be selected during this while really their opposition Issue after issue was taken' by Interest them III the Hellbronn of Floildd, on September 10 and I
used by school children condition may be..I of automobile find $1 and costs.S fete, substantial awards mlvon: and la based on religious prejudice. lie man who utood I second only to Springs:\ propertied as the site of 11: these dates being, given over -
poor physical title "No such Hoover the In Houston and each their proponed Florida branch of to meetings of the PaRAGrapherv
the of South' Red Headed thing as a governor
father lhan by any mental pecu- The 1928 of sugar cane In .. _. .
crop the sanitarium. jj
u Officials of the '
""Ity or defect." Beauty goes to the winner democrat," Mr. tnewart: saltl. was made as plain as Tom, Dirk duo to meet September 10, and the ,
the Clewlston section successfully Address AI F. Gorman, director "Either a man Is a democrat and and Harry could possibly 'the These specialists also point out passed Its first weather test whena ted Head Beauty Contest, RI- for Smith, or a republican and for The clarity of Governor Smith's tantlon of considering the local here the following day. 1'1 -
dren necessity of having the cbll- tour of the cane plantations bault Celebration Association, Hoover. There Is no chance that acceptance speech was no greater spring and at their request full Information Iho Pa-RAG-raphers have their I t V
form regular habits and thus showed no III effects from the two Jacksonville, Fla. a man with true democratic ideals than the straightforward remarksof concerning the property opening with u fish fry at 118Ings .,

keep In Better physical condition. days storm which swept across S will ever vote for Hoover. Mini- Senator George.No has beeu sent them. on the morning of the tenth, -

Irregularity in eating: i Is one of the Florida. Clewistoit had comparatIvely ISSUES 1SKW flllCb' LIST aters who are democrats', with the reference whatever was madeto UII.L- S alld after a day of buslnesa and _
RLMlOUt.L I ; ( OliN EliAccording :
frlnclpal' bad habits easy to c1'Ure little bad weather, only exception of fanatics, will fall inline the possible strength of the (I. Measure they will coma to St. _
during the summer vacation, ,4.40 Inches( of rain falling in two Augustine, to be entertained at a
In the Smith column."Bmlth'sspeecb. O. P. candidates! other than the
The K.: O. Painter : _
and I letting inspection Fertilizer Co.. to it well-founded( rumor _
the child when and days and following an
eat the lunar dance at Vlllano Beacb, :
one of the most cbance that democrats might
What of Jacksonville, announce th'/Ir/ the next piece of business
he wants and to have snacks tour of the Southern Sugar properties which will also be attended by the
where heretofore have
between here officials' reported that lew fertilizer:: price lists. off the masterly efforts ever made by a fall they property to be remodeled In Starke y _______
meal whenever he wish democratic candidate for president stoood loyally The coming Into various newspaper publlshem and ,,',,
and for will
es Is iress ready distributionto bo the Andrews store building
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bound from eight
to develop bad food the cane which Is now business who will be '
who will have much to do with the stale of the Rev. John Roach managers tI' ,
"ablts growers request a corner Call and Walnut streets
on his physical health. to eleven feet tall, was sturdy copy here for the opening of the AB O- a _
crystalizlng sentiment )lot only In Btratoo was not touched upon by
state have been able
A withstand the 34-mile They they to now occupied by J. W. White &:
definIte mid-morning;: or mld- enough to make substantia'' reductions In this. state but all over the country. the speaker, although those who Son and Corpenlng'B Drug) Store. elated Dallies meeting the follow. '
afternoon___ lunch of milk and bread wind. prices number of their From report I have from vIrtually know him recall his college experience No has been ng- day. 1-i I
n.. h on a announcement: made _
the- .run may be given regularly if Announcement- of the organization brand every state In the union.' of sharing with him the lion- of the extent of alteration to be Plan were laid for the. Aeao- jg; 4. _

child needs fold between the : ot Pitch, Pine Products, Inc.. Smith will be elected \_ believehe or of winning the first Intercollegiate made. elated Dallies meet at the ..ather.Ing j1J ? _
regular meal*. Under"'no'clrcum- and plans to construct a plant In \%ILI) MKK: PICTCHKH: ; will cut deeply Into republican debate ever engaged la by Kqulpment t is. now being! placedIn In Orlando Saturday and tile ,,

stances should, the child|, be alow.i | the eastern section of Tampa, con- stronghold, with a chance to carry a school of the south. the new Andrews Garage buildIng altAGraphers have been pianolas 4 ,

to nibble sweets continuously tracts for which have been awarded A series of pictures; depleting such states as Pennynlvanla. But to enator George, Straton's and .accordlnl to plans a format their gathering In St. Johns coun. _
between meal*. to manufacture turpentine pine the wild life of the state will be "I never saw things look better. coming will not be the same as opening will be held the latter ty for several months past '

also' Regular sleeping habits should oil. tar charcoal and other byproducts shown at the Woman' Club In The only thing we have to fight In Governor Smith's: experience at I part of next week. The flea S iI" ; t _
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be encouraged and carried from pine stumps and Itarke next Tuesday night September Florida .Is Invidious propaganda." golf with bin own lon Alfred Emmanuel I buildings soon In readiness la I Florida la preparing for ban- _ _
out. even on Sundays, to prevent 4th. 8 ,o'clock These Jr.-b. won't be "tough ner tourist season thin winter aa
dead: and down" timber. was announced I open to the public Includes the
Constipation 'nervousness and recently by D. J. Gillett, movies were made under direction Seven national magazines for the I meat." In fact, the democrats who new standard filling. station on 3. evIdenced by the Increasing num.ber -j _
sleeplessnes president of the company. of the State Game and Fish Department next three months will carry beginning are supposed to know say that Walnut street. of hotel, apartment and residents -

Every member! of the family p and are both interesting with the September issues, Straton will! help rather than harm 0tLtYOIV being built or added to, ac- _
Should have an annual physical ex- Florida's cotton crop as indicated and Instructive. Arrangement for advertisement according to figures the chances of Smith In this state. $ COURT cording to reports reaching tl'. _

mination by the family physician. by the condition on August lit showing these pictures In Starke will reach between /five and Itrpublkan Offer .Nothing -- state botel commission In Tallal _
"""Peclaiiy u tola true of the children. will be 2,000 bales more than 1928 were made by Game Warden six i million people over the coun Deflection the senator said will Dogan Knabb, disorderly conduct lansea. During July alone there 1- _ _
< ln whom defects may be detected than It was last year, according to onus. Admission wilt be free. try. They are paid for by state leave democrats "homeless" from forfeited 110.00 bond. were added to prsent accommodations -*
i and remedied at the begin- figures complied: at Orlando by the The game picture will be shown appropriation. and this series Is expected m political sense since there Is no C. P. Franklin. disorderly conduct J 559 additional hotel and .

fling when these same defects local bureau of agricultural economics In Lake Butler at the school house to attract the tourist of the place to go outside of the party. forfeited $111.00 bond. partmant rooms while restaurants p

IIIJrbt' t grow and become serious oC the United States department 00 ,the evening of pj Jtt. 5th, and country: to the state next fall and Kelly, violating traffic rules f applied for permits to set up ; -
handicaps later oa. of agriculture. I at Maccleony on the 13th. winter. (Continued on Page 2.1 forfeited S.OO bond. II I 760 additional seat j4




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CJKOHfJK'S: Ml'EIX'HLALNCJIEM : : hateful sectional measure known ...................... ('rmtrhfleld, 'Chall. (Carl E. n. 'rarl..ton. R. S. H.: & W. n. Drew /Inpany. nuppllen engineer department _.
('olle)'. J. F. ("orpenlnlr, .1. 1'':. ('SeaTs. John S.Carpt'imt.r Telephone) Company phone service ,. rKiarke : '
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NMITII IHUVK as the "antl-lynchlng bill. When 1) P. lauvs. I'. 11:. ('arl..t_. AII..eCknnvaJ A. A. nails --- _- 'S":
Height Durden ------ ---- _
Keystone ------- -- ---
(Continued from Page 1.1) I received a commission at the : : I' A. Clark, n. 11"". 'arro3I. nr. D. S. linyn. Lumber. C'omfianv. luimbCr------__-.-___.._._.-_.-__ .'
hands of the people of Georgia III.. Hrl. 011(.*.. Cur. ChR" isIa It Clark' .u..u1a. rUD..va. 1"lor.II. ILS n. A. Futrh bridge lumber. -----------.._.-.-------- ---- J n', '
S A. II Th.OA. road 14 --.?_______..._ U'.!
S tepubllcanalam offers nothing for and went to Washington to take ..............*......... S Sliarby Joe movln&t..n.. 14 ______...-?_?__..___- '. ';

em, he added and It prolilbl- my place In the senate I found A. M. flavis. I.al.a nivI.. Lucille Iiflf K..ly. Company l.bi'Icatlnst oil" _______________h_ t"
S Keystone Ilelflhla. 31 _____ _________.-_____ .
August n.vl". 1'f.: J>owllnIC, M. R. Havl". In'sInvts J. I'.FJ enjamln drag ehalna h h ;
on Is the cause of their threat (the democratic party solidly Monday. A K"st 27. marked the Lee r.rryman iaiighcrty. W. E. I'owllnll'. H. N. 1). ('. "". supplies --__ ___--_________________.-___--_-- -. .
leave the democrats only the against; thin name measure Nodemocrat lIsrily Ida L. Uowllllll'. Deli "owllnS', I-J. I.V.more.t .1. R. .0". & Company premium on bonds ___......_u_ !, ",'
SiJ tijrohlbltiAn party I IB available to defended lynching, but ending/ of the summer camp of the I n F. tunharn. A. E. Tavl. 1.. A.Purb II. C. Wall auto In-uranr --------.-----------._._..__. -H.
Baptist Home for Children of] )'. AnDI. I'avla, R. J. H. .Wal.) lr.mlul on l.ondn. ____n_______________________ IJi"
L lYe their 'imagined 'Wou ndll. every democrat stood against a H f.C Unhllltv lii"uranr" -- .__ _u________-___________ 458.6"
t Ult la urged that Governor Smith measure horn of sectional hale Jacksonville, and the children re' .IG K. Hay, commission on tax rxil.. ____._-" __._..______n___ ,e.
turned to that Institution. These : and Davis., concrete plptt .____._ __ J!
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[will not enforce the prohibition and levelled against the virtuous P'.dwards, J. W. 1':"ward., W. 11I' Edwards. J. :iS:! Qull.. Vorode. supplies rent ----. .J?
lit ; ----------------------------- ?
law. It is said that he favored men and women of the south.hoover' (:children (approximately 80 I i'apersoi: ,. W. J. .I'itwarde. .J".phille Supreme Service kuppllen __......_,...._. -h-_-. 4ir,
of the York number) have been cared for the l-p..el'.on.. l.or.na IiIdw.rds, Ruby MaeS Hunk of Htarke, )Staton. ________-_.____-_--.--__.._._____ v r
,the repeal New enrcement ) Hfllm. past In the old Brooklyn Mradford County Hank PRY rollx___,_________........_______n._ 19"> ,,
S act. The fact Is that a "If you go; out of tne party and summer .. F' Paul Meet, labor ports' ____-___.______---__.._...___._ las.
publican legislature voted for cost your vote for Hoover, and If' Hotel building which Is ]located JI'tII'h. C. A. FUlch, V..rdlll S. FOMlyth. ..tnbnP'rnaa,4eu. April Iflth. .R 5 "

S tbs repeal of the act and Governor Hoover Is elected by democratic on a bill overlooking beautiful Fva l"raa..1. X. F.ratidcs. ish.I1eGriffin State 151cr lined lit),P7mrtment. IH-SI amount qn rood .1 ___________________ .61100an

Iti with approved the bill repealing! votes, must I, as southern' senator Lake! Brooklyn near Keystone Q A. .. I>urden* .xp. 1."tnc? April, _?.!.__.______._?..__------ -_
Heights. Throngh the courtesy: of W. K. Torode April _.._______.-.-______--. IO;
t S 'Jt. The democratic nominee and stand and light against this T. J. Grim. A. F. r..n. Lloyd H. A. Weeks., "Xl.. m..lnl. __________--.-__..._ t "!
5:4: [I.he democratic party are upedfl- measure which Hoover Is definitely some of the good people of this Or..n., k. A. treen A. if IIr..n. Nelson '1'. 4A. Flitch, eatery April g-Apri_______.____-_._:____>..._-u<____n._ TtOii o,
town, who volunteered the I use of IIr..n. W. H. (4r.en F'snnie Irims.. A. J.Jrl"I" ',. A. Futch. .n--.
,ally pledged to the enforce- Indlcental exp --------------------------- -- t
rigid committed hi.
ii by platform ( Minnie E. (I Iriffin. Lila firitSe. An..daUr..n. Bradford printing t
their the County --------------------- ;
y1y y : jroelU of the law and the nominee or must I confess that my own cars for purpose, the Mllry E. thai Mllrlnd Urltnn. I'lh..1II Fred pur .TelplrBph.__.-------------_..____......_.._.-___ 2040

\ (;,has given! definite assurance that people have surrendered upon the youngster were able to attend the ('. tflP..., .UII.lf1 --.__.___.-_---.-_-__._____.-__.-..--___ .?
F. to _..._- .t..fQulgley -- '
tS' 1 (h4> will enforce It to the limit. leslie and have given their content community church Biinday mliool Colley A TinvlH, ronl'r.t.machinery pipe <_______._-h-.-.__------u_t >>,.S((,,
R. 8
S each Sunday during their slay I 111,11. N. n..laeJldorr, C. S. hiolsendor Ben _____.__________ .
oils
"A republican In not nacnmiarlly and approval to thin hateful I hoover, ('. F. HOover Etta: Ha..... .... iS. hilt Refining (Company lubi.'sting! h -.5 :
i : here, and t their bright faces will ''Uoov..r. J. C. Paul Mam. parts and labor ---------------_-.._.___._._____. 22.10
:3 I. prohibit|onl t. Certainly AndS and Iniquitous measure? Jlamrick S. Harris. T. N.
55 I"Iha and tractor parts __.__-______._______h -j fi-,
S A. I' (
'- ,, W. Mellon be sadly missed l by this Sundayschool lunlall. Ioov..r. lod/"J Wm. "M."nll. .nurlman ... ..___
la not a prohibitionst. rent .. ___
"I am the last O. L. jack Toro.. ---- ------------ B9.n I
raise the 1.
lie In the. of the] man to ], Il.ntingway. F. (O. lal..lop. F. C. ... M I trader part _______...____...__.._._____-h_.. J p.II. ,
S Hncretary race issue' but I must say to you t R. S. Hollnl'aworth. Llaa'e' itsy. .Annte) 11. H K.rc. lumber .______________._..-_.___..-_..__._._h_ .H
1 treasury and the enforceAient of that Hoover's election] means the The season of Camp Im oka. JumlhrlY. W.( Hul. Hoover on Andemnn'R (In partR and labor------------------_ .__ 3T"McDonald
Ruby A. Ilaynes Hope rl'I'
b. M ; Slaw I I. lodged In hln department. lee on the shores of Lake Brooklyn Juy. !: In'e8. A lurjman. tractor part ---.------_-------.______ in.64
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'" ) passage of thin bill and within the I H. W hayes, tax cal ---.__... --_________. .____ U* 71
I It ban been' many times charged next admfnlHtratlon the south the boys camp of the Y. M. (J. Htarke Tel..phnn.Company, phone service ._._.-._..._...___h_ _
&, i f> I twtnai be ban a direct financial In- must bo A., of Jacksonville' came to A close Innian (I. M. Inman Vonda I IJ IJOhnR. City Unlit and Water PlHnt. light service ---.------,_______ 27, J
prepared to face I the old .
Jones dumber Company. enfflnerr'department .. .>
r h- 10
: f tereBt In tim manufacture of win- force bill again, No Informed last Saturday after a very successful S Huprein. Hprvl'elaton.. ,pplp. _____.______.___.____________ 1074))

.,).il f ;1 .J1 key The charge baa naver been democrat season about 600 boys having! Flradtiird rolls ------____._.____.__________ 74407
'S .' t \ at Washington will for enjoyed the wonderful M. L. .Ioline. F. n. Jon... Ada V. Rank of Starke pay roll ---- ---______________._.____...____ 75761
." I t 'denied. % moment question this statement. advantages; Jones, have Johns S. R. John.... '1laal. P. Jam, l.lh. lll.Ni S

t!ai:, L<''Jf Mr, Hoover IH elected Mellon "In the of this camp. As has been the custom Johns. A. H. Jobn. F. A. Johns. Thelma A. .. I>urden, expense rn.etinic May ..__.-...._-.-_______.. :on
pro-convention .JuII"
I:' {,,1 : J I will remain secrtary of Ireanty campaign the past few years about 70 Jenkins". r). C. Johns. W. I.hn... Carl W. K. Torode, .XI.n". meeting May ___-_-.-___...?_._.__.__ inn
and at the command of lead- A. O. Johns. Ela F. R. A. W..k., expense- nifetlngMay ---....__._.,.._.?.-______ 5 DU
,.r. f \ i 1'' | : or ho will dictate appointment) "'iig negro republicans from Ohio /girls( have taken possession* oj:.the, S <\ A. Futch salary ...__ -__- -..-- ....-._ .- 7i DO
.' r ''I::, <-t.hlB(! HUcreBHor. Voeu not the lnd I other rump under the supervision of S K C.: A. Futch; InclifentulxpenH; ._.__-:_-_.._.___..._._.._ 341City
It states Hoover rescinded Iendrlck. T. N. KnIght Clara Mae Light and Water Plant service i------_________ ._ ..
:4. r }.t { 'country know that the voto of the order panned during Wilson's Mr4, K. K.: Montgomery of Lake l Kie.I. ,lam.J.wl". Iight, Mr.. N. 10. Knlht. IL. UnIt n.tlnlft Company rioAtJnir: oils .__..__.._._.._.....,.-_ 16
t .\ \' nny8lv"ftnla ended the content administration City. and will remain fur 10 daya i"'klt.r. F. K..n rlc'k. gnlght. H. F.. $ .I..hon.Company phone service ---------_--_____ 210
r '[In* the Kansas ? separating white JV.. I< < Marlh.. P. Vivirette J. F. _____ .___________.?.._..-........._.___ 16.;n
""l ,'. City convention men and negro women In his own enjoying Its many advantages. Knight C. A. I.klter. Mn. Xii. 10. Klkll.r. W. P3 Torode, _tippll-H, and rent _______....._____._._..___n__ 6150,)
- .t' ,tile manager of Hoover'n rainS Jepurlment at Washington. These girls come from Jackson- Kkl.lt.r. Alct..nald and Hurglln. tractor parta. .___.___-______..___h_ list
'" ''J flk1ga) In the east In politically wet To- ville, Lake City and other li L Fred Kui. I.b"r partS _____________ ,-_-- ..___________. 6692
,11 'II Jay, white women of pure southern Ijor ADd.r"o'I'. Uaragrf, labor'and xupplle- ....___-..,----?_-_____. JO
i l' j' pd' many of Ills leading generals; blood and breeding, from the Florida points. I.al''llpn. H. F.. I.ewl. O. Kirk Long; T: .T: Slpr.m. Service Station. .uppJe. __-_-_.--.-..-_--.__.-__ 313.6
'' .aaol. Long Marcar.tl.oMg County Hank __-.J_. .
: and and 810 "ow
( managers supporters are ---------- ---- -
(, date of Alabama, from the state Mr. F. M. Walrath. mayor of Corn.la Peek Leach. L I. S Bank of Starke. pay rolls ___u.1"___________..__.._.___________ 614 15
? t f; [also wet. ;}t Georgia and from other southern Keystone Heights IH host of a SMr K. W. Hayes, coin on tax (0'. -..,-___.-.-_-_-----___,.__.-____ 841 46
Tnmmniiy ('imtolIt fishing and hunting M L. H. WaHilln. claim against W. 1. JernlKan A Son _-_-____u__ (4no
states sit side by side with party com- Harvey Mturllnaclnlin against W.; I. \ __...____ 884Tranpfere
1- cnn, J. W. Mitchell. Ida "llddl.tnn. Madge jon
) : I '" 'la feared by Home wlncereotocrata negro men and women In Hoover's pOlled of Messrs. Pllcher Merchant F. S, Moates. W. S. Marr. OIUe a l to bond fund ___ -____J.rn\&aR_.__ _: _____. 84747
alh..wR.
:?J !, tJ. : d that Governor Smith department and the Pangborn, Peterman, and J.Zif. Murrh. Anna O. M.de.. I.. A. .
\ line same lava. MI..h.l J. C. illichell. O. A. McCoy. Starting Total dIsbursement, _______ ___j-______?.______--____-____.140.393
t wlll be controlled by tli'. Wilson Lake Man.II.
"J''{ t4\, Tammany tories.' Since hU nomination he at Carlton and n. Mitchell. l'u.ln& C. P. S.MldI..lol. .

' ,\ ,! frr leading republican papers of has advanced a negro man to the the "Meadows" In Putnam county, W. E. ?.larcoite. U.. A. MIllan..Ha.. farn..y.. RecapitulationJanuary

k JJ 11:, ''ew York and the east concede head of a section In his department where Mayor Walrath and several Mon..n. _1 Marcot"jJo..Phin. AlcBae. .
; ''' MOI"an. VI"a V. let, J to amount on hand___l..Z9,47J,12
I\\ ; 'cn iw that Governor Smith halt con- and white other Keystone Heights havea 921
.. men and white men :lddl.'on. Nbla U.th.w., Flor.nce ReceiptS for tax and auto license .tax..2S.037.<
5, JWctrored[ Tammany and the fact that women from the south miint go cottage on the shores of Lake June JO dUburxement gu. -- -- ?40339! !?! !J
S ; 1't.' refused N Amount to balance _::::=::====::=:::::_*:--=.. .
to Carlton.
:t!? run on a ticket with and come at his bidding. They will spend a week

r fir Of_ great_influence.. and .said "Woman' ('ass among the "big fellows", and It N.wIioin, R. A. Total _________________-___'-5..118.84 6.68.8

iio 'nuuumiiy meL lie wuuiu not up- "Within the last 1ft dave a noble In quite probable that the state o
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June SOfh, IMS, to amount on bond -
i p..1' on the ticket with such a southern woman has recountedto fish commission will have -a job Ovn.tr.t. Chlla. Oborn. S. R;

$'I'r.1 1Antu, Indicates beyond question me these conditions and with restocking these lakes after thin J BOND FUND

hat Smith controls] Tammany andS tears In her eyes has declared that party returns to Keystone He'lghls. PPigoul
Perkins. Warr.n 102N-Disfl1JI5F.wF.'I'8
H. O. I SeC.
January
P.rkln.
S hat Tammany does not control] the would go out of the service of Mrs. W. U. Ogden was called to Peek, S. L. l'errymafl 1.111.. "rather, W. C.Peek. Demand YaYrborouRh. retained BrooVer road .......-U.ano.14Urlftin

//t J" ; ?.''HtnUb. His public record shows the government' If in her old Erie, Pa., Wednesdayowing to the .1. 1... P.rryman. I..oia Perkins } unfrePbIIlIpe. Conmructlon. Comp.ny. al.road 24 ._______._......-_ 1.50V 60llrlfTIn
age Ethel ___
L MmiIy S. J'.k. Myra I). "UkR. R. (Construct Company KM. road 21 27.1
S .'':1'I,; that! of all the heads of departments 3he could earn a living in any other serious Illness of her sister Mrs. Peek Horrlet S. ['tiwelt. ('has. J. CrlfHn Construction COlpany. I Ht. 43 ____.___-.__-... 7843

,! ,,1 : / I of government In the statei5W4 work. Having given the greater K. P. Caughey of this city who has P".le Clara L. Parks. W. B. QrlrHn Construction Company. Bet roa ill __.-______-__-__- 81(
t ; nnmn Conmructlon Company, ...t. road ____.__._____.____ 1,557.53flrIfltn
\ o'f-N; .w York only three of themfrom portion (If her life to the service been sojourning in Erie: with her "f'h Con tructlon t. read 21___..-_-.-_...-.____-_ 414 on

I. .; I n the city of New York antIS of her country, she must re- sister Mrs. H. W. Strong since John Bowling K...t. CompalY. -. _._______-.-_______.- 67581
Quigl.y.J. T. Mlmmlne W. __._..___. ...._ 33803
rolls .
S \' Qul.ley. Bradford County Bank pay -
of them Is .
Lat one a Tammany lain her '
position with the
: government May.Mr. Bank of Htnrke, pay rollx -______-....-__- 67697Mr
1 { because she must work to L. R February Tin. ID.Hi
George who ]last
Bird
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I" i man.What assurance have we tbatfloover'a earn her livelihood nl;el.N. 1..hard"Emma hUtch. S. E. Bradford County Iank. pay rolls -...-._.._-._......- .20.6.
of the,
walt principal
) year public Isabel I.nm Bank of Starke. __--
n. Hitch
': }lf'lt :Mr. suggested factflnd1bI1ncoznmtttee "I cannot endorse t."dIRh. road 28 _.__._. .. 7.00)
the republican Bchooln here has accepted a position Robinson. J. 'V. Koblason Vera L. Freeman N. D. Walnwrlg-ht securing right tit way -
f .1. ..__.....______ ..._. l2.0OCriIfln
will not recommend' party. I do not Hobln"on. J. C. nay Olive E. Evelyn C. A. Crovby. moving house road 28 -
the
arraign .
011 the faculty of the Bradly Iltcb. and Surety Co., .____ 632.80
in Ritch. herbert C. Ray, Carrie A. Company South..n -
: '
1 to him a modification of the prohibition honest men and women who constitute Polytechnic Institute at PeorIa, ) (on"lrl..lon ( f

'g ; .' t law and a repeal] of the the rank and file of that Ill., and will ]leave Sunday for that 't, a .' III.rl".rl.OUR.I. Bank of."'" 11.. JDI" rol. ----_-..... 8400
S .
'. Bradford County roll --.-.------------------ ----- 1S.2
I'I / jj/ePgbteeuth, amendment? What /an- party. Aside from the great Is- place to take up his duties there.I ( Scott. Laura 'lmmons. J. L April )Ml. Iank .ay -

\'r y'' (\prance have we that Mr. Hoover sues now presented by the demo. I H. SI..trunk. Clara Smith. "I. C.' Bradford County JI Bank W. L. JernUan claim -.- 1,10000
,! ; Mr. Bird linn a host bf friends here! Stern .. .! S Stl4mp. Eva Mappfj. n.SI..trlnk S. H. Johns, claim W. L.. Jernlftan and aal___a......._.___.._._._ 1.97320
't' \\1pVflJ not follow the recomrnenda ralln( party, I cannot forget that who will wish bm( every' success O.: it. StIcox. J. 10. San I. J. A.: .Supreme, Service Station, claim W. fj. Jernlcan and lon ...... __ 73641
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-S Y4 "tin. of his suggested (committee ''n 1920 the country turned suddenly in his new field of endeavor. S..t C' Snyder. n. M. Saul Iren. Wilson Pipe COllpalv. claim W. I... Jerntffan and 1.1_._______.__ 2.083.8.
/i'q; Did b. not stand with reluctant from F.'A. mlh, BeatrIce Inyd..r. Lummie V. C. JoneH. L. Jernla-an and -.-...
S the idealism of Wood-, Me. and !Mrs. J, H. Lawrence Sept). W. 11. Ilc.x, D.L. tmlh. E. H. .1.. F. Johnson, claim W. K Jernlcran Jon __...-__.....-.- 1000
'S .1 feet where the Itr'al1of demo. row Wilson to the materialism of U. B. Col so. n, claim W. L. Jernlean an Son -.-.-_-___ ..
Mr. and K.
Mrs. A. Smith and "
q l : (eacy! .and republicanism meet Inuncertain Hardlng's odrainUtratlon. Preai Itev. 55 S T Quigley anct.tavls. claim W. I. Jernlg-an and Son ..--.-_ 2500
S and Mrs. It. H. Weld drove to Pa- J. *l. Alvarea, claim W. I. Jernlftan and Son -___?-____ 80.00orp.nlng'
d 44 4 1Uj of his conviction dent Harding Is dead; let us believe latka ,TrubY, M. Tilon. Sal.. Tompkln. Lilal. Drug Store, claim W. L. Jernlcan and Bon .._._-_- 100
Monday business. F. Thomsn .
.\ : 'I'I"" *, ''I ,,upon, fundamental principles] of that his errors were' not of on ThoMII., .E.1.. Thornton W. E.Tboma. IC. I,. BITB. claim W. I... Jernlgan and Bon __'_-.--_..- .268 t '

S ')0 \ trnment? "When did he del the beart; yet with herding there Mr. and Mrs.: P. W. Cadman and .. W. L Tucker. ii. A. MltcheU'x J. F. CoIlev brag claim Store W.., claim L. .lernisnn W. U Jernlajan and Son -and Son -- J%501] J'J')

S S ,,a>e for prohibition? When did came to Washington a horde of daughter. Francis returned from Vt'gtow. Hmlth'ii larnite, claim W. I.Jernlgcan and Son-._-.____._... 12328

55 he{ formulate hU answer to Senabr corrupt otJIre. eekers and officeholders an extended visit In I the north Friday low Carrl. P. S. McMllllan claim W. L. Jernlg-an and 8on.._-.-- 116 6J
John l'glow. l .. and Son 4
Lul.e W. n. Torode, claim W. I Jernlg-an > 190.7
t S f Borah's question When did who regarded high public Aug. 24th. Their son Phil ." S v' N. I). Walnwrla-ht. Jr., claim W. 1_ .lornlvan and Son -..__. A. JII. J

4 L .exchange his views that 2.75( beer office as a private snap and who Cadman. who graduated from flollln I .5 ', .. C. Wall claim W. U Jernlg-an and Bon ..-----7--------- .90 SJonex <
4 hbvld College In June Va"n" A. 's'. ". Alan.ot Uiimher% Company, claim W. 1* JernlKan
Ite > be legalized under the looked on the public domain Itself accompanied .lallel. McOonnld claim W. l_ Jernliran and ton.-___ 1.601.01
f 'Jt g' (ghteentU amendment? as the legitimate subject of them north and while there be W U. I). Waxdln.. Bua"man. 1.. JernlKan anil Hon -.-.--- .

( L1t : .* Cntrhollc AppointmentsjVAll graft and I came Hoclated with I the Hoyal VsInwrigbt. Mary O. AnnettaWilliams. eeuburir Ilardwnre, Company claim W. I. Jer6-can and Son _.-- 2830J.
S plunder Harry Daugh. Wilist E. E. WnU.ml. W. Wood". claim W. U JernJftan. and Son ._ -51 ??
lSii S JL:: Americana love fair play arty sat In the cabinet About Insurance' Co., with which ,conipauy .. iIt Wlt.. Fth..1. iS. Williams White ( Nat KKIdd Construction. Clmpany. lalm WM I* Jernlcan-and Son .... 78311 l lI

S nd'every: American Is entitled to him gathered Jesse Smith andRoxie his father was associated before Walnwrlght Weeks. W.'T.N. D.VII,Whi..m8. T. S.11ay Whit.. 'a..I.In. >. li. Knight agent for Ik.. Ilr. claim and W. 1.Son Jernlfan and Son. 1 JJ ljClarence
Smith claim W.
ii ./judged by his own (conduct Stlnson, and the temple of coming to Florida to live. Wall, W. J. Wltrln. H. B. 'VaWlnwrhrht. N. D. Jr. n. K. Knight for I.. Johnxon. claim ---------------S'

S f wen( Governor Smith appoint only !Justice was turned Into a market The! Cad maim were very glad to wait.Williams. O.. J.W.n. WIKIII. C.lila O. WinkleII W.I.r. Mah..1 AUIUn Jerry Jonas OC"11. ,'IamV.... 1.Jernla-an.. Jernliran and and Son W.L..J"r"'lan.._. ___-..___ .- I.*4S I)

.jS Catholics to ot ('P. We have the place.! get" back to Florida] and "cool off". Wainwi'Ight. W: J. Wnl. .ht. E. J.Whl. c. A. I l'nrk.ut..h. aftt. for n. T. claim W. I*.- Jernlcan A. Son.6460

i'i4 ;right to look to bill public record Fall In (Mnt ,'They report very hot. sultry weather .. n. C.! ', .. R. J. ,Vllkln.ol... R.A.J.J.Wiliam. R. K. Pprrlan. agt. W. C. Oalln. claim$ W. I* Jernlcan and Son_'_ 80. .Ort
Hutlln Edwardx. claim W. U Jernlg.n and Son 7.1.01 J
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nd his public record as governor "Albert Fall cat In the cabinet In thai mart. of the country.- J. A. Grav.... claim W. L. Jernlsran. and Son ._.--..._...-_.__. ._ 25.20
'hJc fthe: greatest state In the union, and to him Rev. H. K. Weld and W. H. Ogden REPORT OF THE BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES Or Felton (dravex, claim W. L. Jernlgan and Son _.- 12.60
came Sinclair'nnU! pt)- in Jacksonville (7. A. a.ft. chax. ]fend.rxon. claim W. U Jernlcan and Son. 28.00
Teals the were Y.r"y.
fact Tuesday
that 68
of Im- ben, and the flOO.OOi and from BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA claim W. J. J-rnlran and Son _....__._____...- 2.no
ttant appointments made by him him the on business. Ho..r. ..1.10 W.-I Jernltran and Son _____._.__.'_ 1.**
commldHlonn:' and agencies of went lease of the oil reserves Tile following names were registered FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30th, 1928 H..nn.tl" m U JernlKan and Son 9.21.
In California and in Wyom t n. aart. for I. Jones, claim W. U JernlKan and Son .. I.UI'
F. Knllht.
( ovrenment 56 have been Proles- ing. Forbes administered l at Keystone Inn : Mr. and .. claim W. I*. Jernlran and Son -.__.._._-_. 2.M
k1L ant or non-Catholic. Of the 15 the affairs Mrs. C.V.. Davis, H .A. F.vanll.and S DISBURSEMENT (" Munro. claim W. I...Jernlvran and Son -.- 610
of our soldiers *). i't. and Son.. 127.7.laek
crippled and Knlarht. age Joe claim W. U Jernlg-n
:'members of his cabinet, 12 of maimed In the great war and wife, Mr. and Mrs. K. 10. Spauld- General) Fund WI..on.. claim W.Wiiam.. and Son _...._._-. 300ThoM.
i them are Protestant, one a Jew your Ing. Mr and Mrs. J.. W. Little, ," .. claim W. I.. Jernlcan and Hon ._.___._?. 1 09MKinney
jt'ind; two taxes gathered by the orllcws of Miss Little of I Ja.usrr a.W. 192Ms (.ammon. claim W. 1.. Jernlcan. and Son ___._______ 3419
are Catholic. your government, and voted by Jacksonville and I ".. ToroilH "VI'| necemher __-___________?.___.? 3.00 nua (lartheld (lnlm W. l". J'rnlcan and Son j_-- 1.60
Stz i'l do not question the sincerityjf'ny Mr. ami Mrs. J. A. Chadwick of I H. A. Weeks. exi'i m.tln.. December -_- 1.00 Joe tlrlinx., lumber for Urlftin iJnnxtrnctlon Co., 3-a.a8
; ; man or woman who asuerts your representatives in congress, Gullle vllle. 4'. A, Futrh, salary for I>"rember --_- dinclair. Ijfln'n5:' ComPany> .u."U.Griffin Construction Co. UUI I ISupreme
,'fu to build shelter and to buy beds (*. A. Fntch. Iridlrili-ntlil ex|>.nHeH --__________-_._ 1.05 /May .
Z'e5k' I Itht he or she will vote a protest for the broken Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Cadman Hnuirord, County l.nle. pay rolls .--._____-__---- 41.81 Service Station .uIPlel ____._"....__...._-_. *<."
vote'against the party nominee in bodies of your BO-| drove to DeLand on Monday on a Mink: of NIK ike, .. ---. -.-, : Hank of Mtark.. pay ---._..._____...__-___.__.. 227.80
tIters was stolen and Forboi ]has M, l>reme Sxrvlfe Station 1 nupplles l 1,-_----_?....._ji- *.ii (lea. F' Lloyd for South. Sur. Co.. bal. on Griffin Con. Co.. con__ &I9.01
jl,828 but.that they will return to but ]lately] been released from short business trip, returning In J. F. Colley, repairs, _.. -. -_- r-_____...;-- 7.60"hlrk" uHfley and DavUt. for fJrlrtln Con. Co.' -----__-----------__---- 90.50Bradford
;beparty thereafter. I come to the the the evening. Telephone. t'',., phone H.rvlc. .---?________,__. -_-___ S.30 County 'Hank, pay rnlla ----.--_ ------ 89415
. ; Solemn federal penitentiary. Miller' the a 'ci'oaId & riurtrmnn. tractor parts -____-_-_-_____- 4.01 H. C. Wall for nriffln lu! >-. Co., __JH---J ---...., L'-.._ 15185
' tJ.I' declaration which I must head of the alien W. H. TnroilH. HiippllKMv- _----------,-_ .i.-___- 90.40 Bradford County' Telesrraph. for. Orlffln Co.: ._ 14 J*
,ClJalte, and which as a true servant property fund. PProduce Infertile eggs and AnilerHon'n !;ttbe, people of the south. I has served his term tn the penlten. make more money and ]have better Qui l.v & tiavln lumber -'.-...-____.______T--___ ..e : Andrew. Jr.. fofnrlttln Con. Co. _____________!_._ *'.4'Ur'rFr.tdllck
can- tlary. .1. I.1 Wynn, rel.alr. to bridge ---______________ 200 : Bow-n. for Urlftin Con. Co.----------------------- J1"'
oplwithhold.. If Alfred E. Smith satisfied customers.The I>. ck : U la this election defeated by the SPensseolaPaviig I Piiul Mast, .uppl. tractor ___________________-________.____ IU.UU -1Iarn.tt-- .... .N.ttIennI.__o_. .fln..fr----. _I._:...,$._n.. e,.fl..a,..::. ..a.,.. .'.. -----.- alt a.1
leflectlon scenic highway 1 I Fretl labor and supplies. ______________.-.__- ____--___ 18.55 Baird Hardware Company, Shovel Handle.----.---------- >i.60
4i of a single !southern hen that molts In August M, 1>.toPP. grader parta.-,--------------------_, ____----- .I?.!? Bard Hardware Company, dynamite Cap., eta _______.--.7. 17.23
; tw Democratic state the democratic' In this county planned.Orlando.lluilding needs to t b.., introduced to the chopping N.V.. Hayn. ('om. on tax col. _________________________-..____ 1408Kebrnnrr ulll.y" Davis, pipe, lumber. .f. ----------.----------- >'J11
J. r.w., Jr., labor and BI.M
__ \ block'and Tlfc. ISSHinradford .u.pl.* -----------------------
party national' party in my opln'on permits issued tbe axe. J'ounty Bunk, pay rolls ______. __________- __,-- 504.30 (lbvernm Surpluf (Jood* Co-. --_?-----'---- 3109)
S ratt 41 faces Its supreme crlnls. The here during July huwi Increase hunk of Starke. pay rolla ._____________________.____________ TJ1.I4 Bank or iHork. pay rol. ----------. ---- -------,- 1,67'/*
______.______. Bradford County relic 1,257
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A. A. Hurden. merlin January _
jf In of 100 rent over .Tune. Common expo ------ .40V. -------------- -------------
Statement not inspired by Tam. per table salt sprinkled on \ IC. Torode.. expense m tlnaJanuary ______.______........ .. T. J. Ur''ln' freight _____u)___.__ ____________________ s.41
J any, this statement Is not a Tallahassee-Work will beKiti; the outside of the discolored aluminum H. A. W..k., exp moetlnK.January _________ _.___________-____ 5.00 .
'1 ..heat coming out of the east it shortly hardaurfaclng; 5 more pan and rubbed with I'. A. Fut'h, salary for January ______...___-.---._.______._-_. 75.00 Total __ _____________________._..____..___..._?_?.139,62203
______ a damp J.V.. AndrewH. Jr., labor'and part ___.___________....__--_._. 4).IllKdward
I represents my deliberate judgment Florida highways. cloth will cause It to shine ( arag., gas ..- .___________-._.__---*-.__.__________- 2.90 RecapitulationJanuary )
and It la the inexorable: logic of Clearwater] -Bld opened for H. B. Kerce, lumber .L.t-------------------_..__-.... 18'..1M Int. 192S amount on hand
I |:h. situation. making repairs to Eagle street To keep leather covered furniture D. 'Moody, pnrtH for grader __.___________________________.__ 17.25 Receipts Interest on Dep. ......__ -----------.891.1

,' ; > Party (IT grammar school. free of cracks polish regularly lay. Lumber Company, lumber ____.-.__-_____-_-__________-__ 45.05 Tranx.. from General Fund ________..-___.___..___ 4J424
I ;.&The Tarpon Ilubhnrd Company, puch brooinn __.____...__..__._._. 17.00 From Southern Surety Co.. ad. Jernlcan bood..___ 4.000.0O
party cannot be held together SprlDKDrllllnc of test with a cream made from'o e JOIKB, : Lllmb.r <'ompixny. .uppll. ___--______._-_____._...____.? 20.SS Tranx.. from General Fund ----____ __ "-._,
S a. a national party, it demo oil and gas well east of city line part of vinegar and two parts of MrPonalil 8 Bura-mun. tractor part .__--__.____-___-._..-_-__-- 100 June :lOti h. UI.buu.m.nt" -. -- 19,623 5 3Ocerdraft
( S icratlc rotes In this campaign puRses 400-fel'lt' mark. linseed oil, which mud be bottled ilulf R.tlnlnl Imnpany. Ka'and 011 ____,____.._.____-__> 45" .h______________-___-_-_-_-_-___-_---_- ....1
OaYI. .__.____.-._..-_- .-____ 1000
QIIIII. con..r.C. ?
!riDC about the defeat of the party Leesburg -Mordern gas station and shake unty It Isllke'crenQI. I. W. B. Drew Co., oltlc.'nupplles __________________________ ..g* Total> -..----------______....-.3..t.2.03 39.522,01]
i n4 Insure the election of the reoubllcaA being: built at Magnolia/ and 3rd p -- ('. Jon.. Supplies. __ ___.__ ___.____-__-.-___.__.___.. B.7S
S Orla Vista--City council l'red t $app. tru. repair __-__--_______-._____-.___ 34.15 June 8ftth, amount overdrawn ___.___.___._._.__ .. .
) candidates. In good faithS streets votes J. F ('oll"y, rvpalnt to mRelln..ry ___,_______..___.__._..._____ 10.HA Interest
'ou may hope to return to the to reduce taxes 35 nedeeiit___- lauJ.j.t..upple. and ________________-_-__. ii.., anc Slaking FuJ.nua..Y
and rent ___________________--_- 1785 1st, 12. to amount )
S.- 4pocratc! party but the large QUALIFIED ELECTORS CITY OF STAIUEA 11. n. Wavdln. 10..lnll'.up"I. fence on road It __ _____.___.__?______ 81.17 for ----------? haD-IO..I'
: uestlon is whether there will be Stark Company phone Her vice _______.__._.__.-._ S.It.. nixburxementa paid Jnter-t do. July lot ____ 8'60 eo
S tny national democratic RII..m. Mervlre Btatlon. .uPI.I.| .___- ____________, ___, 2'4.8t Amount to bnlunce I -------_---_- __ _'
party to A : llay'.n. com on Tax _-------.-----______.____.?_ 1S.XO .
which you can return. If. And.rl. Ida .1. Abern.thy In.. Marrb nth, 1USM! Total _________----______1. 11.1.0
l 'I' ".Bnt If democrats must out I AIvar.i'1 tl. .Ai&tIn, Jan. .rin. Vnm. W. A. A. Durden exp. meetlnaFobruarT -_-_____-_______._..___._ 9.00 11."J.O.
go Atikin.', : Z. 41var.: .. Lucia R. Alderman, Mona; W I 13. Tooe. exp I February _____-.___.?-._ '00 June loch, 1.1. to amount on hand --. -,34,21L44,
)ft the, party, let me ask where Adr.w.. 3. 1'0' Jr. Aid.rman O. W, Ar..hamb..ult. C, A. salary m..tnc__ _________________-.-,.-.________-- 75.00 C. A. FUTCH EW8-
iti.ll ge.go? In the nineties many Alv.r.... A. 1... Id..rm.n. Dora Alderman T. J.Albina'!.. r ( 5;,. 'Fltch. Incidental' expem.e. ______________________.-.______ '.09 lteeretary. E. B. JATTC"b
I allle'and Andr.w.. I. W. fir. .A"kln.. Lol. Ald..rman. M..II. F. I Telephone Company, phone service _____.._____.__._ t.40 a Irmal._
devoted servants of the Alvar..., Erro' 4nd.rson. Myrtl Alvar.. J. W. Hay. Lumber Company lumber _____._______rTr__ T-- __ 74.40
( t people,, believing that both old Anderson A. W. tlvar.i Anal.Bryan1 J. n. DowMug. con.truction Kdwarda BrMg. _, ___t ______ '60.04 N ,
J.F.'oIl.yr.patr-s .. ._____. ___, ___ I'lotte. II hereby
T1 tie. Tiad ---- ?- -- ?- ? ? given that b. .0
; ceased to serve thei B p. O I.n.. SupplI.. ______ _______-_- -. __....--- S 5.70 at publIc auction 'on the "enday follow'ac is "....lld 8nda will being th .
1i ean". of good government. went KI1U A KoKrker blue prlnta 525 day ot said nnth. before. frat esiartinouse UU It BradloreInty "
it at.tinder a new banner de- BIOwhIv. J.. R. H.smd.y. O. 1.. Raisden P. F. Bradford County Telegraph printing----------i._ 147.5 ttat. 01 FlorIda. ti.BO much Dr.at Cakl. In PI1.
they H. 10. will
; l3.aal.y U..rtrud. O
i Hraddoemc. A. B. CltUcht and Wat.r PUnt.. tubS __,_, _- S.70 h. for taus set I. le..aFtb'o.
ii S :Ur.d new political creed In har- S4ronk.Brown.. AIb.rt rl'n.: 3.'J 0. lock.1nn' August kilt Refining omp.ny. lubrllItn...ryt'oi. -_-.________________-r_ 4 21 of *uVh -ale .u. advrtl lnc. oPpo.H. tM aane.. .. Collector-.
'3J OU1 'With just principals of B.nn..u. Wm. J. bryan. %V. f, M. r>. Moody, grader ____________.__._ __ 1.11 > H. W. HAIJS. T.a _
S government. BaIAd..n n. H. Pump. .mmi., lial.d.n, Ro.a R. W. Hayecommlnxlon on tax collection .-__...____.__ S ,
That situation does not W. W, FI..onlta: B.rtha BuUer J. 8. Supreme) Service
CS supplies'S 225 04 a"
S ,filst today. We are asked to gover 811'8lhop.,,.'. Jr.10.A. Byrd. Ern..t Butler $olar.ar.t .4. ,,I W B. Torode. ., StatoD. rent _____________.____._________.___--_ ITS >-1.. _... *. R. .. Oi _.. a "a Cv* .
8s1..n.: A'a L. ISarefoot R..y And.jeona Oarace, labor ._ Lot 1 .
and ,?_ ____. __. _. 27.t2 of *
is tftto the camp of the olden Prln.oll. T. ,*. Barefoot P. .1. lIrownl.. Etta Paul : labor and part. prt _____. .. .fl'102.10 Devrlooment PI..hurr
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itL _*ar.rto 81uOl'ae.the!\ record of the ,XuI.bop.tna Blocker.. W. E.R. Bond!.. jacob Burn.. E.hvln a.1 Hank py.ol.) ________-___, -__-_ .0.... Lot 10 11 11 of Blk. 1 -.1 21 Unk,.w. .. ___-.---_

Batuden, AddleCrpivi.5A. Banlt .. pay __ .. __, __ ltJ4 hunt CMvelopmentIt .
S ,A ',"bUcaa-party to vote for a man __ ___ )lc1n.I,1 .fur.mA tractor parts ___- .. .-_---- !' | Lot: of Bi. i. highway 4 21 Uak _. -.-- o

S t I'bo ple4Ied' by hi. party plat' C .O addition _.....! I h li. U
I' m. to place u>>ol1'th. south the .. Canova Eunice Chri.tt.. C. N. A A.E2 S burden. expense meetlnr March -____ T.T... --,-._ 1.00CWo ..$& W.4nwTl. 7
CoU.y Lr41& Corp.ntng. fluids _Toro.d- expense m..tD&: March ,-, _._ .. _, _- 4.00 ,
A. \teb. salary .. ., 7T - Ti-OOj

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: [ !Live! State News In. hereby TAX. ue given.:aiaNotice that l. O take it easVon / {,1 '>" i.. -if,< IIi.

!f Powell, holder of Tax <.>rllnv.l. No. ,
349. the. (Ih day ot July A. U m! : ,
'4.., -- has Died said t'ertlflrate! In my office ..cJ} !Jh ; f' fa1
: 1 and matte application for tan deedto .It-t..II'''' a.tt 't..
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES Issue thvrvon to accordance wll. .J .... .. '
ph law Salt. Certificate. embrace the .{1. ;' it- *
1> ; \ ''
1 foNmwlsg, tl"M>rll>etl property. situate '" .r '

E _.__._.,._._...__. 0_. In Southeast llradford.. County quarter florid' of Northwest, to-wit.: ., i ?. > i'-'P.
r .. --- ---- ---- -- --- --.4&4
;, ; o. quertrr. Pertlon 3 w "
H t Pnlm Teaeh-Tn an effort t ..elve,1|\ < here today. The }tanite 22 Ra.it, total :'trio.l'I..uth.: i- j .
tt'so S.
S. Wildwood .
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The ..Hn.B. in.nt ot said property. t .
00 ,o rteltnitely!:/ clear up the myBtery.unoundliiK carrying the hells, the larg. uuder said (VrtlfraletHnuetf", was. I Itt I J, li Y'' ytIah

I the appearance of the est of which weighs 13: Ions la the I'HUmi tune. said of UNKNOWN.rerttAfate Bkall b. re. ,Il ,

gg offlu I'ontalnlliB the decomposed expected to duck In Jacksonville deemed. according' to law. Tax Deed. to ,
no of a man Identified as Rob-- ou September 6. The bells will be will iHHue taereon on the lot day of
bud>
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October A D. 111:1: >>
er. bur; oamer on the Palm Beach n I carried on a special train to Mountain pared tt>/H. 28tn day' of August, A. '.
no 9hoi, i last< week, Justice T. Mea HI- Lake for Installation by an expert D. 911.! .+ t
0W.. :
ALOKHMAN.
Is rnar.t, this' afternoon was prepay of the Loughboro, England, (SKAI) Clerk& Ctrrult (Court
iI, ro' forward Information I firm which cast them Brndford. burry, Florida.ISOTH'W .
es .It's\ 211. x X
"Inquest!: C e ..i# >
,,' rn> ,the office Secretary o'n f West Palm Beach-A coroner's OK APPI IO \TIOV' FOR q 4 I < r j

.511,11-; t t'liiiiK Kellogg Washington! ,,, verdict was' awaited here Saturdays T\X UICKUIn \: ..'litJ'ooi'f 'N''

:y 0 'f'0;; definite Information a'a I In the Investigation"' of a crude, casket Notice hereby .. that U O \ t e IJ! v.t?,* ,.

', to Hit man's nationality or where, and body cast up by the- tide. Powell holder' of Tax Certificate. No fo"f"'f':' ; ? ttl' :\ \I* .W
' and Its( gruesome con 241. the, 5th day of July.. A. I928.. '. ..
; coffin! Opened to view "
,the Friday the casket him died Haiti' Certlfloatv In my of- 4' ." ,a'f., i Ps
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. ifiiu Fume from has been obtained was found to contain the body of floe and, madeapplication", for Tlilt > "I.r. I- < ,
sec'e :a man, across whose breast was lord to l issue thereon In aseo'daec.with ** '. k

t e e tatooed "Robert Darner" and vnl- the following law. Salt described certineaa. embrace Florida... '. .'I': r'." \ I att. A;'* ''

I Tallahp98PP--Tltree,< death warrant tar motto In French. Two Incls- to-wlt situate: In Bradford County I I / '.";' IJ., i'.. ; *

I were signed by Gov. John W.o Ions In the upper torso of the badly i All& Mouth half of Southeast. quarteKant I ." ', ., ". :'Cv:! n' .
I of Railway equal B acres I In SPECIA ka. ,
decomposed .
,) Martin Monday and a fourth re- remains Indicated 101..1101II: Township, s, 1'I0"t.. Kins' :a': : trlst i, .... j
I, ,'ullPtl when a court write was tak- that the man evidently was slain 23 Cast, S atirei. The. anHOHxntfiU, of I .' J I Ii
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or an autopsy; performed after property under said I r.rtifiPnteIssued (j, .t \to-: '_
:a: .'ii to itoy the execution (of a pre- : wan :In the name of B.'mlford \ .
I niuas warrant. The death war- .leath. Crude stitches of a sail) Cniinty hank
call for the execution .naker the sawdust packing and Unless) Bald' certificate. hal| be redeemed Y( '
rantstinned
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according" to law Ttix doer i. TIRE VALUES .
I of George Davis, alias George Taylor heavy, lead-lined box Indicated will I....... I thereon on the tut tiny ofOotoher \< ; ;
I convicted In Putnam (county jiirlnl at sea. Nationality apparently A. l>. U28. "-
D\ted thin 28th day of August A. A. 4 f1 '
and Roosevelt was either French or Latin hWkt y
+ and Herbert Harvey D. 198.: t' \ l
Kirkland sentenced In Baker American. The body was burled o. w. ALDERMAN : '
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I (sepp l) Clerk Clr.cult Court ., '
county all on conviction of first yesterday following\ the Inquest, Bradford County I Florida. Have a great 3-day< 'vacation, and get your'i :/ : *
murder. The execution of two( days after the box was wash II-31-Ot-9-28. ,
degree( _ _ _
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(Davis was set for the week of October ed ashore within 100 yards of a self all Axed! for the winter r" / '
NOTICE OP. APPLICATION. ; up months by If .
bathing 17} .i'.i''I
jay party.
22. and Klrgland, the weekof e e e \\ UIo"II' i \ t i. t5 ) C r

October 29. having' : with Good :
car equipped
new
hereby your iI
e e e Y PerrY-The Durton-Swartz Cypress Notice U lv..n that' 'fl, I
Mill of Florida, located Just Powell, holder of Tax CerlllliMtte. No. 'i t '
has been broken '
PerryGround 204 the 5tU day. of July, A. 1>. 1C26 **,. year Tires-at these special Labor Day (,
ut Ide the limits of.
> city Perry
and) work started on the erectionof haw filed Raid certificate In my oeloeand ,
$150,000 dimension mill at which has been closed wince! May made application for Tax Deed
a to IKHUK. thereon In accordance with prices 1 /
I't'i-ry' which Is to be 'a subsidiary in account of market conditionswill law S :
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Holding of the Graham-Paige Mo- reopen the first of Septem Paid Certificate embrace. the following '- > Y.

tor Company. of Detroit. The beg, according to Vice President Bradford; described County Florida, .,, to-wlt ultunteIn / / ',! I ,t r '
A.V.. Rose He also! stated that Northeast of r
|plant wit be located just outside ( quarter of Raotlon quarter IS Township southeast 41. You can't find btter'tire --and you'll sel : ,, '
the city limits adjacent to the newWllion thu mill\ would start running at south, Range 22 Kant equal 4V acreH. ,
Hardwood Lumber Mill of full capacity with plans to operate The assessment. of Haiti property. under dom get a chance to save money any easier /i: \ ..
said Certificate liiniiec" Was In the "
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steadily and I that enough timber -
l-'lurldii, and will utilize the entire mime of UNKNOWN. / ,
o't lind been purchased to Insure Unless| Halt Certificate shall b.red.emed \'" will ', ..M
output' the mill. .Construction than you by taking advantage of yoffering. G I, ,
according Law. / r
to Tax
ten to twelve years' run. The BurtonSwartz -
plans provide for 50,000( feet of. Deed will Ixmie thereon. on the'lnt. % / .
Hour space' : with nine dry kilns", cypress mill which is daY of October. A. U 138. \;
mellMUI'lng 150 by twenty feet. The the !greatest; single/ syprass Industry ,itiited p., 1938.tills. hilt day of AugustA '

finest machinery and equipmentwill In the South, has been one of O. W. ALDERMAN ;
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he uued and (the office buildups the show places of Taylor county. (Sept) Clerk Circuit Court ,, / / ,

will be modern\ in all equlp- The mill proper employs 400 men. g-3-6t-9-2H.Bradford_County' Florida, I :\Run: your eye down the price list. If you ; tth, ; I

in tut mid furnishings. The mill and the logging Industry which is .

will employ approximately 100( separate employs many hundreds ,' don't see just what you want, we have it
mora. Just Look at These harp-this i : a ,
men. I IHNT8 TO IIOVHKAV1VF8: I >.
e ; anyway. Come in and see us produce itl! 29 :I.IO All-weatlur ha'. MM ____
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Mount Dora Oliver C. Salisbury Live 08k-,-The shipments of pimento !'
Weekly from Home Demonstration 0)\ 29x1.75 All-weather lJal. 12-75 +
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in I
Lake peppers are Increasing '
chairman of the county Specialists, Tallahassee '
volume from week to week the 3tx5M All-weather Hal. 14M ; i'
committee, was instantly 1
Republican ;
killed shortly after 2 record shipment for the season beIng ?,: We'll take yburrpld; tires in trade, makingyou 3 .\:5..5 All weather llal.15.72.vv.tf :

"n', lock: Monday when a stick of dy- made Monday\ when more than Crape| Juice !Making .. ,. :?/. ? AllweatherJal. 16.50
All.
fair .
a allowance on new Goodyear
three thousand
pounds were Qualities 1..It'tO.lln Grill JIII'el' ,
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'Ii mite ho wait hojdine.ln Jiln.liund" '. -vv ,
"sploilod.> Mr. Salisbury was brought In to the market by' the A red juice In commonly preferred 32x6.00 All-tacatller hale 19.75 '

iimnn'.od; badly by the blast parts growers of this vicinity. The quality and the more l intense the color ". Weather Tread Balloons. Isn't this a good .13x6.00 AII-weather Hal. 19.50IIIGHI'KESSURK ; I' .; ,

(of the peppers continues to hold the better. High acidity that la X
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from his
of Ills limbs being torn
body. Death was instantaneous. up to the standard despite the exceptionally a tart flavor, la necessary In a sucoesflful chance to give your car the "shoes" it needs j"114'1'
Is 30x3 1-2 Cl. Cord All {V ;
A negro, who wag working with wet weather which product, Clearness is denlrabcl. 8.10

bin at the time had the front of extremely detrimental to Its growing but not essential, although \ for cold weather? / 30x3 1.2 Cl. Cord O. S. ft.25 I j

ill- head blown off. Ho was alive ; (and ripening.. a heavy deposit of pulp detracts 31x1 A11-u'eaMer S S. C. 11.15 t $ '
e from the ,
of bottled
the
appearance
when picked up anil wan hurried ,
I.akeland-One of the Inrgcnt product. A slight cloudiness Is ', 32xt All-u'eather S"C..25
to the general hospital at Orlando. Goodyear Pathfinder Tires too at special t
lie Is not expected( to live. Salisbury \ posses ever organized for a man not objectionable when 'the juice 33x5A11-wealllcr5.S.C127.25

who 1 hunt In southern Polk county tonight Is put up. In canR. "" '
In a dredging contractor Labor Day prices. 'These are the high-
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was blasting: l loge find trees In scoured the countryside In In addition to thene qualities the ,"-- ,
the of tha vicinity of Pierce and Bradley Juice must have a distinctive and I
Dora canal. A charge dy- quality tires Goodyear provides for the man
I flavor. If the
pleasing product Into
namite had been lowered Into the Junction for a negro who late ,

water and when it did not explode, I I Saturday fobbed: and wounded W. become popular the flavor must Ss&L who wants a low-priced tire. ,
be /
Salisbury: dragged It !back to the I A. Turner 71-year-old grove own- very pronounced. '

surface and was cutting down to er on a side road near Pierce. Turner Varieties. of nrnprs for Julcoi I

affix another fuse when It let go. was brought to a hospital here At present the most popular Juicesare /

where it was found the bone of those made from the Concordand ,, :,'.. FREE-Goodyear Service with every tire ,,/ :;;':I
his I left leg had been shattered other closely related eastern

Green origin Cove Springs early Monday-Fire totally of unknown above the left knee by a pistol bullet (I I. e.. LabrtiRca) varieties.In you buy. We don'tflgure: the sale is complete .'tjl" ;: ;
:Florida the "
I Thomas and Scuppernong -
l He said the negro( robbed" him .
destroyed the J. B. Illvers brick I"
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of but overlooked\ |430 In his varieties are lined as a ,
J8 tire
until the has'given '
business block! and the Petzold you every i'I' ;
substitute for the Concord.
The +
and then took his car Mt
hip pocket;

drug tenants company of and the t the ground Palace floor.t theatre -.. keys and fled.e ably Juice flavored of these In'drape sweet' must and agree reach last.mile that Goodyear, builds into it- r>; l u'u't'f t'f'

The fire" wan discovered: by Mrs. .JI1r.kllonvllleC.V.. Crooke the stage of maturity at which ''I
Lillian Sherrod, manager of the superintendent. of the Anti-Saloon their flavor ,lit. well developed before until you're happy and satisfied and ready pit
telephone exchange which In. backof
the building Joe Rivers, who League!: of Florida left here tonight The picking.grapes should be crushedas I to buy'from ua again when you need tires.
for Pensacoln where: on Sun-
was at the exchange turned in an : 1 'M
he expects to Initiate a speak soon after picking as possibleto '
day
alarm to Fire Chief Richard Riversat forestall molding or souring. ..., .: i / \
ing tour of West Florida In opposition 'J .
5:20: ( and the local apparatuswas "
Cruulilnfc and Htemmlng.--The J
to Oor. AI Smith, Democratic
at the scene of the Ire at presidential nominee. lie grapes must be thoroughly( crush I/;-

5 87. The promptness of the nre'Iilef ) also expects to make addressee" at ed. White grapes should not be 4f&'iIJiA:
and the work done by a few
stemmed because the stems aid In
paFunlak Springs; Chipley, Marianpa -
volunteer firemen 114 believed to and Talalhassee. I pressing. Red wine !grapes" should

have saved another entire block! C e I bit summed for the reason that -
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of buildings, conntlatlng! of a pool Fort Pierce-Ten massive guns ,. heating tbe Juice later to extractthe That' Good Gulf Gas Goodyear Pathfinders i'

room) five stores and a meat mar. which years ago are believed to color leach'from the stemsan .j-orade Low-Priced Tires +i t
Hot, Due to the danger of tha astringent principle of disagree- I
have served either a Spanish man- 29x1.10 Pathfinder Hal. $ 8.60
tire/
spreading! It was deemed advisable able flavor '
oVwer of some civil war ('raft.weI'll ,
by Mayor Fisher to call for Friday raised from two fathoms 'ressing.-Whitegrapes must 30x1.75 Pathfinder Hal 10J15 t I

help from Jacksonville and a call) of water 1,000 feet off the-Ft. be as completely pressed as possible ,, .'11x5.()() Patfinder Hal. 12.75 I; .
was Rent In at 513) I). Combination without heating. The colorof I \ ( "
With them came three ,... Hal. 13J 0
Pierce Inlet. 4 30x535 Pathfinder > ',
engine No. 8. from the corner of grapes used for red Juice Is held ; I ,
The 1
anchors. '
Storkton and Barr streets with hugs rustencrusted and anchors In the skins and this must be extracted t r 31x5.25 Patfinder Hal. 11.85 : ,

Lieutenant Aid 'Jn charge and with hag location been of known the guns for some time but by heat. Therefore such "j'' :', 32x6.00 Patfinder Bal. 18.00'' x

four men waa sent to the aid of grapes are not finally pressed un- I
not until recently did city authorities ) 33x6.00 Pathfinder Hat.HIGHPRESSURE. 18.75 .',
the local department. The run w.si here decide to reclaim' then til the> Juice has been heated) 'In 4 It .

mule: In thirty-nine minutes, 'arriving for ornamental purposes. A great; contact wit lithe skin.. I t ; ,h t ,

here at 6:30: but the local Extraction of Color. There are : 30x3 1-2 Cl. Cd. l'at6.95. I,,,
derrick mounted on a barge was ,

t department.'er control. then Penney had arms the.._,_lire sent uaT.L. In- used! in lifting them. of two color.: methods The moat In use commonly for extraction used Quaker 1 State Motor Oil 1} 30x3 1-2 Cl. Cord 0.. S. JO }II,; >

a combination pumper.. to help the process consist of heating the mix ; 31x1 Pathfinder S. S. Cd. 12.00 ; t

local department but their hose NOTICHIn I ed skins and Juice for a few min .A I 32x1 Patfinder S. S. Cord 12.85I -

coupling did not fit the hydrants\! Circuit Court. for BradfordCViintv. utes. The grapes are then pressed '
t 33x5 Pal finder S. S..Cord 2335 j 'i
HO were unavailable. Florida. In Chancery.THH hot at once. i
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"STATE' OF FLORIDA to The other method consists in a "' r"4
J. N. DfHUKN.; GreetingIt -:
JacksonvilleTha skeleton of a appearing affidavit appendedto first lightly pressing the crushed 1' .. .. 't
of Complaint In that ;; '
the Dili
man wan found by a farmer late cause pendingIn the. Circuit Court stemmed grapes to obtain one-half :
Tuesday In a. woods along the Atlantic for Bradford County, Florida.I In or two-thirds of the Juice. The ,.

Coastal highway 10> miles Complainant Chancery. wherein and J.nladyii N. Durden burden In. derendant. Is. Jude is beated and la then mixed

cant. of here besides a pair of Bill for Divorce, that the with the pomace (pressed skins

shoes trousers and two old hats. renldcnee.. of. the defendant thereinJ. and seeds), and allowed to stand Service Station
and that
N. Dur.l..n! In unknown. Supreme lM
Authorities immediately began anexamination there !I. no person In the. Stale of until sufficient color Is extracted.
of records of mlss- Florida the vervle of a subpoena. This skins and Juice should .be
whom would bind raid defendant .
lug persons In an effort to estab- upon, and that said defendant In over extraction. Tile grapes may then
''Mj I\ Identification. No clue as to the age of M yearn. It la therefore be pressed Heating destroys the
plaid defendant h. and
the Ident'jy of the dead person was he ordered. I I. required that to a'' >peer. to said Bill slimy character of the crushed
found near the/skeleton. of Complaint flied. In said cause on grapes and thus facilitates pressIng :- '
Monday th. let day of October A. D. .
e so that the presence of the 2 Starke Fla.
1921. at the Court house In Htartae, "o.
Lake Wales--A cargo of bells Bradford County, Florida otherwise stems Is not necessary. ;
for,the world's largest carrlllonHdward the allegation of Bald bill of Complaint a
will be taken aa ronfeeMd. I
Hyde Park and Port Tampa residents
W. Bolt's "Singing- Tow. It In further ordered that this order i .
Pr'has been shipped from,Liver be published once a week" for will be given motor-bus service t ;1
four consecutive weeks. In the Brad toe KeleetrlA: '.
Tampa Com
pool for Installation in the toweron ford County Telegraph, a by ; ....... ,.." : eo
newspaper fir M. .t. .. oi 1I'.. x. ,
Bok': mountain lake bird sanctuary of federal circulation published In paD willie repairs are made to th_ ';" .'i .p. .tird ., .. .. .
Bradford. county. Florida. Lafayette street bridge.
here according t. word re- Done and ordered at Htarke, Flor- s ;

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from Mr. Hoover, i Jacksonville IBO.OOO( 'newapartment ( Ft. MyersConstruction----k:
A fOM.MK.XDATION may be expected '
will be built at Park i will start on $532,000 Tamlami
whose recent anti-segregation: order
I The Forum -1.1.I i 'Trail bridge to
I Upon a recent visit to Hampton.I is a"clear indication of how he and Stockton streets.. chee at this place.span Caloosabat-

had business at the local post stands
atate .
I Ralford-$300,000 new
.- 1 ofllcc, where I found conditionsvery The ugly picture presented by dedicated Pensacola Frisco
editor Starke Telegraph 1 prohibition amendment, and in different from most public Republican politics throughout the prison building plans construction of flue Railroad
)ear Sir: : !021 the 0], O. P. nominee -tori plal'E's.o'Ioor8) and walls were South should be a warning to those Ja'k80DVllle-Wllson & Toomer new station here: nog

nitIDGE CLUB The writer hag nut HCOM I tile i mayor of New York, today announced clean, everything in order; the lob- Democratic voters of Florida who Fertilizer Company plans con- -. ---
It : .laleimnt from "Ilev. Dob Jones" that "Nov. '0, I am going by of the' office had a nice congo-: are nursing an Intention to vote struction of new unit to plant at Lake Worth Building at Uk!
i4 tB. Nat Sternberg was hostesi eferrecl to by you In the IMXIIO lo vole for lovurnor! Smith forpresident bouin, square on the floor, cut the republican ticket in the presidential cost of $75.000.Bunnoll Avenue and.Dixie being remodeled
r ''p the afternoon bridge clul It 1 the Sturko Telegraph of last because ho Is right; and flowers In vases here and there to election. for occupancy of Fuquay's.

Thuriday: ut her cottage a'' veek, but he accepts your refer- Mr. Hoover 19.wrong on I the one brighten, and make It more at The menace of the negro In poll- -Kast Coast Canal will Panama City Improvement,

lay lake Inca to It an evdlence that the Kcv. (treat issue In this campaign tractive. On the outside potted tics In public office is by no means be improved soon completed on Lynn llaven.

jjililoa were arranged on the Sob delivered\ himself: In the faHh- I prohibition." plants!!, and growing flowers were a fanciful one. As late as 1885we --

''fit L Bnda, which was decorated tot on you have Indicated. namely, This also appeared In the same noted Miss! Nlnxmo the efficient\ had a negro in the State Sen- -.-._ine.I..--- ---.-.- --w
M" .Occasion with bright ('olorediaa 'prohibition In a minor Inane In Issue of the Times-Union." Brig postmistress for several 1 years deserves at of Florida. Continued repub-

| placed in attractive wall ho presidential campaign and that fien.V; ", D. Potter of Ran Fran- all the credit for the-above, lican success: may mean the returnof
L'' d. Tables containing clever chit'o, u pre-roiiveiilloii Hoover supporter all the to political In
'Clinton\ Ix the main IHHIIG. Hampton in a fourth class post- negro power
( los directed the players to theft Now. Mr. Editor: should the Mild u life-long Republican, 'mce, and the government does this state. We may yet have a negro BURNEY'SLAWTEY

L rrs.t lev. Mr\ Jones have meant what also announced today that he not even. furnish a building for national committeeman, negro
t ;I bra. O.. L. Beasley held hlgL bin statement implies I then Hub would vole for Smith because of same. deputy marshals and other officials
It! at the COliC)u/llon/! of thE tho prohibition issue," "bosses"'
nit that the preacher who can: HInlslnterpret Respectfully, negro republican
1 fa Jos and was awarded a llnet'f. the plain statement So one might gut on with the Mrs.\ F.. A Scott. dispensing federal patronage for FLA.

''r '. Second, a buffet net wentbra. ,.ppearlnK In Democratic and Hombllran list!, but Hiimclent evidence has pay, as In Mississippi and other ,
O L. Haynes: newspapers alike can been presented( to prove that "IM1MT/ TIIOIMJKK( ; T1IK 1'IC- states of the South.

s ; ''I rose playing were: Mra. L ,ctircely be considered a safe 'In. Sachem Smith has made proljibl-, "n:It l':?" The surest way we know to

tfl : tan Mrs IJoWHt C. Jones. erpreter of the Bible. A bearer lion to he the vital Issue In 'Una N bring about these unpleasant conditions : for
Cash Prices
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4+ I' Mabel( 1 Weller, Mrs. S. L vould certainly have to Union withIn coming election .' '. 'it ought to be Interesting to Is to make Florida a republican Saturday

., Mrs D A. Montelth. 1011'S.ud Interrogation point In his mind those unsteady democrats who state. Talk about financial

o .I, Burns Mrs. N. D. Wainfct o such a preachf'r.o'or a man .MILS. IIOOLK'.S' ; ori.MOJV ANew hope to see Florida go republican and commercial advantage as result

., Mrs W M. WainwrlghtC 0 any that prohibition has nol and! who Intend casting their votesto pC Florida going republican is SPECIALOne
A Knight, Mrs. J. C. Hob teen made the main Issue In the York Aug. 23.-Mrs.\ Ellis t that end) to note tho scandalous mere political propaganda It
[n, Mru! O. L. lloynes and Mrs resent campaign 'la to declare A. Hoolo. president of the National developments in Grand Old Party would serve only to make this I

Beusley.WKLLKIC. ilnmelf tobe unfortunate In the W. C. T. U. tonight said that (Jov'inor politics In other Southern:! states state state easier "picking" for the

..... .------ Imlted scope of his reading, or aioor ,!! /Kin'; Itli's Bland on prohibition Howard, negro National Committeeman republican money-hangers and Maxwell House Coffee
48c
i ,,", ; :;. IIOHTKHHgolden ; Interpreter of what ho reads, as outlined! in his speech of acceptance : fnl.MllIslsKlppl. has been barterers of government pitron- can

-- tr blind to everything but what he "18 the program of tile RHBO.littlon Indicted for conspiring to sell pub- age-Tanipa Tribune.

;rut rod and clnnlaa were rants to see in what ho reads. against the prohibition: lic office Hubbuid, Deputy United .
,yy 5v:5: }nged In nn artistic matineijJu Here arc some of I the facts thaI iniendment." States Marshal In the same state Umalllla-New addition being 10 Ibs. White\ Sugar 62c

the porch of her Klngslej 10 who runs may read:, The avow "His proposal to rec'ommpnd: an has been Indicted for the same offense. built to Umallllu. Fruit Packing
n *13{ home, when Miss Mabel Wei d purpose of the Tammany Jemo, amendment! to the Volstuad Act." Howard, the negro, held house.

jntertalued the Twentieth Cen rata Is to secure the votes of the ho anti! In a statement, "which: office under republican appoint- 241bs. PILLSBURY FLOUR $1.25
evening Plant City-S. H. Osborne erectIng
H1 Bridge club Friday vet Republicans In the north and Is intended to convey the Impression ment IU special assistant Attorney -
| 'hen scores were totaled. Mrs ast which, with the support of now filling station on north\
< that under! his plan the sale General It was testified that
d i fjV. Andrews and Mr. G. M. In ret Democrats In the soulh, will of wino and beer may be legalized\: Howard and Hubbard accepted\ side of East Reynolds street.
'' were found to hold high arc the election of their wet 24 Ibs. Self-rising guarantee 1.10
? ecuro is the program; of I the association $1,500 for HII appointment on the B.'anford-New. Baptist church .
hand-painted Jar o ,
> given a andldate. They have openly against the prohibition amendment stair( of the United States marsahl. recently ('oml'lctf'dtere\ .
j } !*> salts and a deck of cards made this to be the eprln -board HIM pledga; of law enforcement Howard recently defeated the -- ..

C ,ectlvely. Mrs. Nat Sternben rom which, they hope to land la!! Interesting in the light of "white lolks" wing of the party In I Canal Point-Southern: Sugar 4 pounds B. R. RICE 23c
+,* ? /} low and received a dalntsifder In the White House '
? t i e heir man hU lack of co-opprutlon\ in en 1\f1IS1I811pIHnd.! [ with his black and Company will construct 100
4, container and purr; Mr. F Again. The appointment of n (lorcement In New York state" tan associates, was seated In the houses near sugar mill here.

p Iy ,4 Jitump, who held low for men vet Republican, John J. Rankoh.a Mrs. lloole wild Governor Smlt h-14 National Convention, against 3 No. 2 Tomatoes 25c
: 9 T presented with a pair of socks : chairman of the Democratic 'plan for an Hinondment to the while contestants. Madison--200 crates pepper'sshipped cans -
J hostess served a frozen frul Jaltonal Committee Is another during recent week by
Eighteenth amendment is a clever'JrOIIOHIiI A nflltattornev\ appeared til
+ |d course at the conclusion olfgnmes. act. And this name Raskoh hat to nullify the "eighteenth; court In dcfeiiHo of the accused Madison county growers.
n ,4 luMUhed! to the world that hit 3 No. 2 English Peas25c
: Mr. anc iniendment. Tho people of this One of I the defendants made the Palatka--State Road No. 28 will cans :
were
laying bridge In accepting the
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S h purpose :ountry would not stand for nullification. pica that there'were no negroeson be surfaced southwest of here.
3 |. Nat Steruberg. Mr. and Mr halrmanshlp of the committee in I do not see how dry I ho Grand Jury that Indicted e. _
JF. Stump, Mr. and Mrs. O. M 'the assistance I may be able tc Democrats ,can support Governor: him. Hollywood Much building LARD$1.15

f ian* Mr. and Mrs S. L. Peek Ji*. five Oovnrnor Smlth'to relieve the 'Smith's program. 'rho members of Similar condition have develop construction in progress here

t + j and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, ountry of the damnable affliction ,he W. T. C., are decidedly opposed 3d in Alabama, the Carolina, TonneHiee .
14 ,land Mrs. B. L. Biggs. Mr our If prohibition." Mind you, It It to Alfred Smith and strongly ? Louisiana Arkansas and Titusville-New high school In

t I. O. L. Beasley. Miss P'lorenc lot tho tariff, or farm relief, or Infavor of Herbert Hoover.- Georgia The negro complication Riverside, Park neraly completed. 3Soap,3Powders25c

jthttws and J. J. Truby.S orelgn relations or national picalerlty Mrs.\ F. A. Scott.MclIIMDH !has not yet rihen In Florida, al- Lake City-News store building
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h that aro to be the main la hough,charges bf being erected at Duval tourist
d s \ /; traffic In federal
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?' AUKIXH OILBKE ue, but "the damnable affliction ; SIoI'S0: : ); SOM'TKIVWashington offiijes have been made In this camp on East Duval street 45 Ibs. Tin lard while they last 5.75
MOKORKK
.I ; t pt'ohibllion."And In the face of( ,tutee .
f his statement, thinking people arc Klsslmmee $61,504 contractlet
In di'firgla, the republican party
t Sols Adklna of Btarke, waf shed to believe that prohibitions ,; I ; Aug. 2Ths:!: prohibition klckcu) ,ont tho white organization; for hardeu'facing roads In Or- 10 25cDon't
I Saturday !t proposals of (Governor : ange county. pounds Fancy Spuds -
?/ -ming young honoree a minor Issue In the campaign 1 end, inkier\ orders from the negro .
r'S cousin. Mar I the writ Smith enunciated In his,
S I is IjailnK, when her Vnd, In this connection, accept- politicians of Chicago, Philadelphia Ball (jnlllo-Good being
EH Adklne. whom she Is visiting .ir wonders If "Hob" has familiar. no A, pecrh were described. today and! Hoaton. displaced white made progress

Illghlanda, entertained a iium zed himself with (the "holler," by'F. Scott McBrlde, gcnonil superintendent national coniniltteenian with a negro lanGe to this on place beach from Indlun- Overlook our Market; a full

Jot friends who In a few yearn Jupoot, and the reason he gaff. of I the Antl-Suloon who, with his associates !has
take their places among Iht '01' bolting his party when the an League, as offering: "no possible been cpll4' otlnK tribute from white Bradenton-$5,116 contra}L let

EWer society set tounced his Intention of voting for hope of eliminating the drink habit postmasters\ and other officials. As for building sidewalks along new Line of Western Meats.

fih* Adklns home which Is beau )myth, and when he handed over crthe.. I liquor traffic." ) \ Consltutlon says: "The water front here.

Ml 1 for entertainments of tan) 1 $50,000 contribution to the JIcDrlde\ declared the Smith proposal disgraceful: disclosures that came .
moat attractively dec democratic Finance Com"mlltE'eT Ol'lando-HlIlldln permits Issued --,,_._------ ,_._
pi, was ; to permlt,.state regulation: out! a.,, 4lle' recent. Senate hearing ----
,j tA with a profusion of roses inly one reason did he give, namey )f alcoholic\ beverages'. would "re lu AU'J\ljta'\ were a '"Btencli Uktlvnostrjjls'o here during July represented

4C ilas and other garden flowers, "to aid Oovernor Smith and Mr (itore the old tlma liquor trade"'end ( ,every decent clUzfjlllof ;2'31,825Stuart. agllWlllll I411WIUIYIINIINIWNYNNIININUUNUIIWIIWIWIWIYNNINIIIIMNNIWp11 / -- WNpIIaN/
'LfM-lblned+t with fern. A feature aukob to rid the country of the said it "would be criminally. the elalmi, regardless of political af- Work. in I

l t jjftAntertalnment was' a novel oon )sursobf prohibition." Notice, there hjoctlonuble to thus force drink fiI II 110 ilK, In Georgia/; the only opJonul dredging channel: St. Lucle progress River HAROLD C, WALLINSURANCE
$1!p with appropriate prizes award a nothing Bald about the tariff, or Into the homos where It wo.uld cymmlttecman, is another negro inlet.

''IJSfVthe lucky ono The honoree arm relief or labor, or liidustry, he a fountain temptation to thllITPII so the Constitution\ Is con- .
a strand bf crystal heads lit Just this the nullification' ol and "
)teed young people ttnced "tho federal patronage in OI'lando.-'mprovelllenls to city !
o ;' {, In the late evening' a dainty re he Constitutional Amendment re The Alltl-Salnon LeiiKlio) head this) lJIle as In Mississippi\ and water system to cost approximately '
riAhroent course was nerved, the atlng to prohibition. 'aid there was nothing new III the; other Southern stales, will be con. $100.000 planned by Orlando : STARKE. FLORIDA
jffJtesfl' being assljted In entertain Again What has made the ''Smith that had Utilities.
\plan uddlfig lie frolled'liy negro dictators as longas Represents! the Best LeadingInsurance/ Companies
.5 1 by her mother Mrs J. C Ad naln issue In the Missouri and "81m ply accepted and heroine I the tho' Republican Party Is In :1'
tS'I )hlo primaries of last week? I Did advocate of the program/ of the urftocliUlon charge of 'the national administra Jacksonville-Tlllo & Trust Co., FIRE, ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE BOND LIABILITY

JllM, Adklns received her guests lot Jim Reed, a Smith supporter against: the prohibition thin .-t:'r rttilnly," adds the ConstliHtlon plans erection of new 2-story ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY
/' |n pretty party frock of rose jut up his friend Collet and slum!: imondment.( Mrs.! F. A. Scott. "no relief that building at Forsyth and Newsom '
,' hp t .eta, fashioned with tight ho he state In his Interest on the wet! _. _---- -. along line streets IepIYAIAaNNNMpINtlpaNlmlIAINNIIIIM'!!!"'!!!!!!' !!!!!!!!! !!!nININIIMaMtlIINNIINNNIUa!' IIIIMIMIIgUNINp"'.71 IIUNInaAIWUI11tNI1A191rNIN91111NNIgIAIIIIMIaIA'llUlrSS '''''''''' '''' ''' ., '
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and full skirt. The honore sane? And did not Hay, the alt -
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t fe' peach colored 'georgette er's opponent, win the nom I 1111 -- :- :. -- .- 1__ _

4 1 01, tined will tiny sliver edgelei Ion on a purely dry Issue It war
1 Gainesville\ Kveuliu I bitter campaign, the venemout

S" ; a 'M Monday ongue of Read lashing the sup>
-a-- ------ of to the last Here Are
-- \loners prohibition Tires With
"jurmi ,NUlrJ\I'U: Unite. And In the Ohio primary '

l vas not the line-up wet and dry ( (
J Ir. and Mrs\ William Wall act graham P. Hunt, an avowed wet I'J A BACKGROUND OF'ENDURANCE
|!ter ''of Lakeland> are recelvlnijratulatlona 'nd supporter of Smith, "leadingy .
on the arrival ol > the scant margin of 757 volet
1 'A Ron, born Wednesday, Angus 'iver Senator Cyrus Locher, en

ft, at St. Vincent's Hospital I breed by the Anll-Sal on't.clIglI8' lIP1II!
,l nVlllo. The... little child liar lOll( prohibitionists of the state--

t1 Jri named William Wallace, Jr Again. Was not prohibition the
lr,. Carter will be pleasant!} nail Issue In the Judgment of Urrt. ,

1 ,\ lemberrd lit Starke as Mist\ Call fan. three times Democratic
I a JMoltt. National Commltteewomau from Unlit by the manufacturers of America's first autnm .

), ._ --. Nebraska that led her, after read- KOKOMOBR'ISTOL bile tires backed by wound and seasoned or anizaUon,

<. .. ... .1 ng Smith's acceptance speech, to KOKOMO TUmS available
? are now to local motor-
sane a statement to the effect (that ,
4 tecause Smith: had brought the CORD ists. This is to announce the appointment of the
S
'- Church Services irohlbltlon question 'Into the fore STEKN'S GARAGE as the distributor In Starke I<''la.

Y .1E rout\ at the campaign she refusedo 3Kn( ; 1I' Cl. Keg. ._$ 5.1)5) The pneumatic tires used on America's first car El- I -
support him, and would "oppotjt : 0, s. .. ,
AQt 94AArII Intaii __ o.( *<) wood{ >> Haynes'"Horseless. "
Carriage built in
HH election? llsaxl were 18 J3

I f 1'. M.\UK'H Just one more witness to the fact I :: u- : .:-. ::::_----::::_-:: lo 11.13: by the KOKOMO IIUI1BER COMPANY These tires, _

I hat the man be he preacher, poll- h..n: 1T ___ be =
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the
ill : 7.n.i may seen today on original
4 thirteenth Sunday after Trln iclan, publisher, or what not* who ----r- ------ Haynes car which
lh'.M -------------- .--- 7.03 Is on display in the Smithsonian
of Institution
ntlmatea that the supporters at Wash-
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school ------ ------ ----
I 0\10\ a. m. .Church he Constitution are engaged In Jtx3.23.: .. 19.35): In ton D. C. _
1:00 Celebration of --- --------- ----
a m. Hoi screen" to
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Hitting a "liquor
up I :lYt0.n01: : : ;:; 1\,30: ,., -
II ituunlpn.ldaj tide their religious animosity, If 11.hllOO : .
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U -, fj' 00 p. m., Litany. tot bigotry, Is himself blind or -- -- -7-------, ---t.--- IS.7. FREE-

t. Russell S Carleton, Rector 'leeks to blind others to the 'exact Other niics inSTERN'S 1'1'OINuotloll p
1 -
;tatti3 of the case, permit me to S t
UAPTIHT "
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luote the published statement of Certificate of GuaranteeNo
--+- .. '. t
in old time Democrat of Pennyslanla. -
fO.. p. Raymond l'astt>1.) \
; nude) school a't 10 'a.' m.'J.I"\ / W. Whltenejr. "Hy the dec .. \ -"
t ; kUter, euptorshlp I! -. ". ration of Oovernor Smith |In fa' I. Extra Charge
for of the Eighteenth
/ at H .4. m. Preaching revising ..
(hit pastor There. I will be no Vmendment, prohibition baa, been A Certificate
of
Guarantee for one WITHOUTANY
service. !made the major issue in the.com : GARAGE year
leg ng presidential campaigns, AU F: V P U. at 7 p. m.. ThMma
h vther issue are now cant into the nt the time of sale. Thin guarantee protect
'::1. leader I l ev.
I aster Rayomnd will preach, at hadow by tills. Every: voter will rry buyer of Kokonm or Bristol Ttrrs L'NC'ONTHTIO.VALLV KOKOMO\
low know, Just how to wte and fog .
;Level on Sunday next at 3 AO.IINNT Rt>
l TUTH
lUXiWOUTS
t ;vhoni to vote." ..... ,: ,
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No conference service on
iirday. No Sir, Mr.\ Editor there are STARKE, "FLORIDA, ; .. .', ;.o--SJ": 'HONE 87 HT .. ire a good many Democrats lit: the 'r IUMD HAX.tltII' OK DEFECT; IN MATBIILAL Oil
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-N---- -- ---- 29x. .
-Construction of grade South who Btlll believe the pljtce r" tVORh.I.tNSlt11'! 1..0 __________________ $ 8.75
.
e )ss Glendale connecting old and ">f their thinking machine la under ... '. ... .1., 1 2OXI,5O: -____________________ 10.15

Pixie highways sought.! heir own hat; and while they will 2 9x,I,75 ______
._ -- _____________ 11.45
ontlnue to : -
---- enjoy what other sayind .i::, ;
jj t. lIyerCollier bulldlug at write, they will continue to do -_- ,SPECIAL 31x5,00. ----_______________. 12,75

and Jackson streets.being con- their own thinking at the old! lxiJ.2,) ---__________________ 14,70
eel: into modern bus station. Hand. .
-- -- .. 326.00 -____=______________ 17.40
J. J, nuLLEN. 30x3 1-2 Strong Bill $430
1 radenton80 tons canned P. S. Since the above was writ .j 33x6.00 _________'-__-'______ 17,75
r.ffult shipped from :Manateejity TIR l S ANCTUBES
r' rpcently 'en, there appeared In the Times. i 29..tJ./O Dill Other sizes In Proportion

.... --.- -.. -- Union, Monday 27th, the follow- Strong $5.50
lusrtConstruction of Palm ng: ,"Hennry 11, Curran, president J

I.'r'! I ,bridge approved. of the aaftoclatlon against the -.- -.- -- -- -- _'-- -----,_- -

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iii II"n 11111. h4. L .,J -.=------ -- = guest' with dellclou retreshme Miss Novella King of Hampton, Mr and Mrs W. II. Maxwell ing built at St. Johns and. Forest I
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The Kpworlh League! gave a spent' the week-end' ( with Miss Cleo were the guests of Mr. and.. Mrs. M\ Avenue l; '

Grand Opening most interesting' proKram last! Sunday Thomas L. Andren of Le.. burg this week Plant City-Sanitary survey of !

Bits of ,I II night at the Methodist church. Mrs. Alice HosHlpnal and little Mr. A. L. Sullivan and daughters city being madn I ,

A large number attended. The nephew Leroy llprron, from Jacksonville Mlssefl, Th !lma and Hilda Sullivan Plant City-Curve on West Reynolds I ,,r '

FloridaTheatre ::1 program rendered was as folows: ', are upending!( this week and son Ot hmo, spent the street at Alexander' and Rey- $ .
I Miss Kathleen: Rlanchard. leader with her sister Mrs. Della Thomas. week-end at Vero' Beach. nolds being straightened ,,1

Cal Nevs Subject Leaner. Litters' and Misses Jessie Williams and Rebi Plant City-Building at North i i1 '

) l Onlookers. Song No. 2. Prayer ; Mrs Henry. Brown has been Maxwel, who are teaching! In Colllnn and Mahoney will be replaced a

I Scripture. Jo ph. 616. Solo by spending a few days al Graham the public school .at Hellbionn by new structure y s

Our People Busine and MONDAY Miss Pearce Griffin, "My Savior During the Illness of Mrs. Arthur Springs spent the week-end with Tallahassee Polk county led

Conce.inl SEPTEMBER JOT!! Leads Me." Talk, on the lesson by Brown. their relatives. and friends here all other counties of state Iat (11'r

Prog". the County and Town. PresentingThe :Mrs Eddie Reading by Miss! Miss Estelln Davis and brother Mr. and Mrs. H. D May were year In returns from various crops

I Grace Wood Who Is My Brother Mack, spent Friday and Saturday I visiting In Lec-Rburg last !Sunday: and livestock !''I i s
Wonderful
most Song No 420. Offering.' An In Palatka with friends. the guests of M. L. Andreu, and l'almettl-New Seaboard AirLine hs +4 : G
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..sie.snmm lairsn rasrsasavwa. --"*."'*. 'I Entertainment Ever nouncement. Saxophone solo by Alph flaxen and cousin Emery family of Lecsburg.' station here completed at ii, P

Klckute'LLU'k Paris Green and Black Leaf Humbert Carradlue accompanied Hazen.' were business visitors here Miss Kathryn WeeHt, was the cost of $29,000.I'almptto'ontract. '

Sat "40." KIckllter's.Mr. by Mrs. E. IL Wells piano The :Saturday afternoon. guest of her cousin. Miss Hilda let for rebuilding 1, ? I '
ilultord wan OlTAPHPNE8ee Blue and Red Ribbon contest beIng Mrs. Ena Durkee and ROD, J. B. Sullivan of Thcresna. Bayshore Road from Pal- } '' n v' v la

el and Mrs. Phil Maguire carried on was then counted left Monday afternoon for Jack Mr. and Mrs F. A. Scott of mttto city limit to Tampa. v ,

spent the week-end with Mrs. Ma- and the Reds led by a large majority. sonville and wore. accompanied by Starke, were visiting In our town Q

1Ve paY sus gulre'8 parents, Mr. and Mis. A. lDarby M. ndilie Song No. '45. Benedic Mrs Ralph Bradley and Mrs Joe last Sunday. .-.-.-.. ...
vented. thou Okay and returned to their homesIn Miss Ada Nlmmo and brother,

Hollywood J, W. Nlmmo were the guests of
Inter !Mrs bale VlJ.lIslck'll.l ., In Starke .++..++.....+....*+..... their sister, Mrs\ W. P. Birt of Say it with Flower. ; ,

Brinson of ![ugh, w'o after spending a week In St. Petersburg The Invention That Is J ZIFF | Alachua last Sunday, Flowers For All I f 4 11
Monday. Thrilling the World Mrs. Milton Black and Wllllford ,
Starke with her aunt, Mrs : "son. -
N. A. Mice Opal Lewis, Cor. A
Oclum.H. Opening Program CENT WORD of Green Cove Springs:; lire Occa.ion. y
A z. Adklnay NNNN...1.. ..NNN.. I visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. L. lloim- ..4i
lid Mre i
in jmkHouvUle. T. Rushing i uf Starke witransacting 1. WILL HAYS ziff Aug. 31.-Elder!:: J. II. Kelley COLUMN er. #
business in the city : 'spent the week-end at Way; Mrs. J. C. ('aid well has us her Gertrude Godbey'4; ; ,
2. MAKTINELLI
Hampton, was u3lor yesterday. -- Gainesville News, fair where he Is the pastor then FOR SALE-!: --Flowers of any kind guest this week her dlnter. Mrs. BH. Anderson i'' t

10 Starke SaturVir- AUK. 23. :'I. WHEN TilE WIFE Messrs. L. J. Johns of Jacksonville for any occasion, also baskets Loflln of Jacksonville.Dr. .

-- AWAY and U. L.. Cecil and Resale and tulle. Prices reasonable and Mr*. It. Ai. Favrr and -
Thomas of Starke B. M. and I 3. Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght. 81721. daughter Miss\ Mary Blanche, of
Miss I Etta Tlson, Mrs. 'it. K. Gi!a- 4. SERPENTINE Phonn S* Waldo, n. i i f I
4Peek le upending an hagan and children and Mr John T. Johns of Lake Alfred spent the Lake Geneva, wero visiting here i

with relatives hi Weh. Powell spent Sunday at Silver! 5. WAKING'S PENN- week-end here with their cousIns FOR IU'NT-Two houses, one IS this week.

Springs. SYLVANIAN'SOLTAPEOcE L. O. and Johnnie Lewis and the other $6 per month,: Mr. Theodore Spuikman, who
-' I Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Thomas, Mr on farm one to one and one-halt has been spending the summer 'I .I

C Wall-and Mlsn Miss Louise Edwards of Starke. and Mrs. 11.. U. Thomas and daughter. miles from Starke near high- months at Sulphur Springs:; / Is the Wm. J. ILIFFE I '?' 1I

le epeut the week-end s the guest of Mitts Marie Kliaw, I Miss Hazel attended the annual way. J. M. Inman, Starko Fla. guest of his mother Mrs.1o ll5le v
North ICvuiiH meeting at Mt. Zion Sunday; It. Sparkman.: I 1
Btieet.-Gainesville I,1
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News, Aug. 23. Mr. and Mrs. C, C. Johns and Mrs. C. E. Harpur was a buHlneua N
Chulker and children\ Feature Picture children. K.; L. and Eliza Heaty of FOR BALI>:- -6-room( plastered visitor to Starke last Monday\ I i P

ohs are visiting In Mid-. Frank Miller Tout O'Leary Lake Alfred spent the week-end bungalow, bath electric lights, Mrs. D. W. Mooro of Therossii. ,
JOHN GILBERT with relatives and friends. water, lot 105x150. Bargain -
who have been visiting Uraiiam here city her I Il
Billy was visiting ulster Mrs. T F
Expert Jeweler
Mark demons of Hrooker. was for quick sale James
at the lake left Saturday for 'I Brown, and mother, Mrs Dolitlne
and son. -In- u business. visitor In our section Lamb. :2t! *
Lie Matthews Savannah Ga. Jones last Sunday.Mr. .
were visitors Thursday. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan l
Alachua, "11)1]!: ''V A Ll"S" Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Lewis and WANTED- rent, 4 or I 6 room .
Mrs. R. E. Uahagaii, Miss Kuth- were visiting Mr. Sulllvaii'nmother
irday daughter, Lula Mae, were business cottage, lights and( bath, by two
ryn Beckham and Mr. John Pus -- Mrs. J. P. Sullivan thin WatchlnakerEl1graver
Played Hy the 1071'lcceVitaphone.Orrhestra visitors In Starke Wednesday adults, year around tenants. Prefer -
returned Ml spent Tuesday afternoon 1 In week.
asele White the They were aiompanled home by In south end of city. Must
I Inijohusoii Jacksonville.Mr. ,
r[rtiiii a month's Stay their daughter, Miss Opal Lewis be reasonable Reply box
'.C Music Mystery of the who spent several weeks In Jacksonville 382.2t* Tarpon Springs-Machinery ha-
Ilutlln Edwards of Jackson with relalves.Mr. Ing Installed In Sunford Avenue.

Bays the man yllle spent Sunday afternoon with Age and Mrs. I. W. Dyal of Graham F Tf"B'Klr-' l =- -roolll bungalow on building for laundry ,

Is on a hit or mina basis Mr. and Mrs ":. S. Matthews at 1\latloet'-15c & 50c spent Sunday here with Church street furnished or unfurnished Lecsburg-$22,659 conlnirln let 1 ,,,

JISBCS, Kingsley lake Mrs. Dyal'a parents, Mr. and Mrs\ For terms apply Ver- for equipment for now senior and I *1
& 75c
Nights-25c J..W. Lewis. na L. John! 31* Junior high school here. 1 'h fie

a 8, Carleton Is here atiDg Mrs.. O. J. Griffin returned Sunday Continuous t Till 11cupeiating We are very sorry to report mosquitoes Tampa-Atlantic! Coast: Lln" rr.

| his ten day vacation afternoon from a short visit that little Murrhen Dyal has beenon In one minute all ( Railroad will operate paHtutiiKer! Ni t Y ,;' { '

i N. C with Mr.. and Mrs. W. J. GriffinIn -- -- the sick list for the past several In a loom run be kilted. Simply train service from 'here' direct 'to In JNcw I.'lIlIlIn-\r': Doe r to ,

Jacksonville. days. We hope she soon re take a FLY-TOX Hand Sprayer, middle west via Perry next winter /Slrnin I I'WNMliiK' ''... ,
d Mrs, C A. Knight have ; from a letent opeiu- covers. flll with FLY-TOX and HI( the upper South Jacksonville --- $10,000 I() ( ()()

neat thin week, Mian Bee, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Adkins and tlon.-Gainesville. News Aug. 22. Mrs. Myrtle Lewis spent Sunday half of the room with the fine new Pan-American oil Htutlon be

of! Milliard of J. W. Lew- atomized sorav. It will slowly set- ,
Children, Margaret and Jimmy, hero with Mr. and Mrs. -- -- -----"
Gainesville, spent Sunday at Mr and Mrs. J, P. Robinson la. tie to the floor killing all the inSects

C Hoover returned last Kingsley lake. left last Thursday for Jacksonville\. Miss Martha Groover Miss11- In the room. Spray the ceilIng

from a three week's vii where they were joined by their Ie and Oena Kelly, bliss Inez hangings and closets where

ula Ou won W P, Robinson, and family Sunday here with Miss the mosquitoes hide, and also
Mrs W. B. Ennls!: and !bits\ Lewis spent
weeks motor trip thru spray on the tureens.. FLY-TOX
Alethia Knnls, recent guests oNr. for a two Opal and Lula Mae Lewis.
Mrs It C Buforil and and will not stain I the walls, draperies
J and MI'S.'J, W. Morgan, have North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Kelley
I, Gloria spent the week eturned to Tampa. dans. Clyde and and Morris, spent >r the most delicate fabilcs. It

|(ksonvllle.Id S. J. Johnson leaves Friday for Friday at Fairbanks with Mr. has a pleasing fragaucu, Is. abso-

Judge and Mrs. Geo. A. Gardl- his home in Talladega, Ala., for Kelley'a.daughter, Mrs. J. d. How lutely harmless to people but sure I II
d Sire D. W. Moore and to his return to death to Insect Does not matter I I
ler have as their guests their a short stay prior ard.
d I.ot Therein, were vllslrke University. Queutln whether windows and doors are I II
laughter. Mrs. W. S. Yelvlngton Syracuse ............ FLY-TOX Is the ?.... .
| Tuesday. coming to take Milohnaon'a ............ open or closed\ _
rod her son, Billy. Boerner Is Ii #
scientific' product developed at the
has
place. Mr. Boerner tili dt'
od Mrs. Bell FarmCT of United t BROOKER Mellon Institute of Industrial Research i t' IZ'I
Mr'and: Mrs. S. S. Dowling re- been working for the : ,.. .. i
visiting Mlu !..!. 0. .. c. by Rex Fellowship Every!: I
|cr hurK were Service In Boise, I
ere i this week.d ,urned\ with Friday Mr and from Mrs.a two W. S.week's1IIIIt Stro- States Idaho. Forest ..+*+..............++.++. bottle guaranteed.;Adv. : v.il., j'i s 3

Brooker. Aug. 21.-Or. Mann. A Tribute to Labor's
Mrs. C II. Mclliigh of nan in Tallahassee.Mrs. Mrs. W. K. MIddleton, Mrs. G. of Lake Butler, was a business ::....................... ti 1'

pent Sunday with Mr. and daughter, Vonda, visitor here last week i sML.
K.!: S. Matthews, Mrs. O. L. M. Inman HAMPTON
[ W. 11, Halle.xiln Tuesday in Jacksonville. Mr. Alph lIazen Is spending : Great Army !
Beasley, and Misses Ethel Griffin spent( 41. Nt.._. c..,
Matthews were In some time In Waldo and Hawthorn I f,
i Adklns has returned Jacksonville and Florence Wednesday. Messrs. R. J. Davis. H. A. Illa- last weekend.Mr :......................: : w

!lag her cusln, Miss Mar- hop, Barney Mcltae, Win. Mundy.J. J. J. Morgan and Mr. and. tampon Aug. 31. -Last Thursday I i

Ming In Gainesville. Mrs. T, S. Williams and Miss L C. Robinson and David Moore Mrs. O. W. Hazen, were visiting: Aug. 21st at the city auditorium

Barbour have returned of Lawtey, spent last Thursday afternoon at Swift Creek last Sunday the Ulrls'. hewing Club enter- pb
Mary Angle Our civilization is the result of Divine Goodness .
r Taylor Belcher Is spend two w 'ek's visit In on a seining trip at Atlantic The younger set of Brooker spent tained with a miscellaneous show. ;
from
Kingsley lake. the ocean's floor was swept by peanut boiling at the home of Mr. who was married August the IDth

and Mrs. L.. Wyman have the party, sharks and crabs relieving and Mrs. D. L., Polk last Wednesday She was. formerly Miss Gertrude the human climb has been ever upward. Lead. 1 ,
use Bullen spent several draggingthe
of
the monotony p. m. Wynn, of our town. 4''
ibis week with Mln Its as their guest at Kingsley of lake the heavy seine through the break Mr, H. P. Galney and Claude Beautiful flowers consisting of : ers have apleared-aO(l, leaders have gone- I 44

us at Kingsley lake. Miss Willie Harrington After a midnight fish supperon Crosby were visitors to Jacksonville roses, and draped ptumosa ferns, I
Jacksonville Children's Home. ers.the beach the party returnedto Monday were used as decorations on the I but the great army of Labor has carried on It

N( Mrs. 10:. M. Johns and cattti baseball team played
Starke with the day's The.Brooker piano and center table.
Miss is the wheel within wheel which drives in
Mrs. C. A. Knight, on
Gloria are home after i a Mr. and five pounds>) of mullet. Penney Farms and scored i a The bride entered attired In a a
lay In Havana Cuba. Beeby Davis, and Messrs. I. Vlu- -- In favor of Brooker. satin '
19-0 victory dress of white crepe ;
the face of all obtaclcs-and to Labor-too 4 -
Ing, C, H. Coulter and S. J, Johnson %I':.ITHEIL: KKPOIIT: !Miss Laura Newell has been taken with accessories to match and was : (

H 8. Crews of Starke was spent Sunday at Sliver I Springs: ending seriously 111 and was carried to gracefully seated at the large ta- much credit cannot be given. Honor honest Labor ;
m court here Weather record for week We all hope
Wednesday. her: home In Starke. ble that held the numerous pres
Butler Times, Aug. 24. Mrs. James. Shepard and daughters Aug. 28. 1)28!) !Southern: Foiest she 'will soon recover. ents. She:; received many beautiful ; respect honest Labor-just compensation I

Cleo and Lena Belle returned Experiment!: Station, Starke Mr. Carl Hough gave a very; and useful present for whichIn "
|Eva Powell of Cocoa l Is Wednesday from Hilliard where ranch. ,interesting party celebrating his her kind and loving manner she to Labor in all dealings is the debt civilization i; #

her vacation here with they spent several weeks with rela Date Max. Min. Preclpt.Aug. twenty-sixth birthday. The young showed much appreciation. I

PIT, Mrs Laura Powell. tI ves. 2:1: 95 H and! old. who visited. were having Chocolate, cocoanut and pound owes. We pause to pay our tributepleasedthat

Aug. 23 96 75 a swell time. We all enjoyed this cake with fruit punch was served the annual observance makes it possible. i
of
Uulse Edwards: has re Miss Huby and Jimmy Davis ,ug. H: 93 74 Trace party( which occurred August 24. abundantly. f

I rom Gainesville where she! Kutledge Ga., who have been vis- lug. 115 1/2 7t: -' The verses that accompanied it E
uent of Miss Marie Shaw, Ring I in Miami. will spend the Aug. 26 86 72 OJ1Aug. .................N....; the presents were read by Mrs.C. .

week-end with.Mr.bud Mrs. W. O. 21 HI! 69 onAug ; NEW RIVER L. May and ,Mrs. W H, Max I:

[H- B. Lee Js. recovering Halle. 28 -- 72 Cor. 1iN well all of which contained good
lilies Essie Sapl', '
}r relent sickness. and Is wishes and Home poetic and

to be up part of the time Miss Annetta Williams where left she Mon will Total rainfall __ .___ _____ 0.14 InNNN ......w.....4......... amusing. BANK OF STARKE

Jay for Bushnell classmates .NNN.N.N.N1D. New River, August 01.-Mrs. D. Many friends. and relatives were
C.
d Mrs. E. E. Saunders of visit two of her F. S. W. .. W. Kelly and children were visiting present also Mrs F. A. Scott of I

ne)Karros are amiounc- Misses. Mary and Catherine : Oalneavlllo Saturday Starke end enjoyed this delightful I

IJlrth of a girl on Aug..34. McCulIom. : .. 10. M'' BTmeYCer ; Mrs. }O.:. R. Poppell and childrenare occasion. I A ROLL OF HONOR DANK

... ..... relatives Mr. Marlon Sullivan and family,
of .... .. visiting friends and
Charles Felix: .........
nd Mrs. and Mrs. ...
1 u.( c. Rltclt have Mr. 31.-11I\8. \V. I.. of Miami were the guests. of Mr.
and Mrs. llawtey, Aug. here ''
from a two week's motor Tampa are visiting Mr. Mien Sullivan's mother Mrs. Josephine Pres': '
> Williams here this week. Powell and granddaughter. Miss Mary demons of Alabama,, E. S, Matthews R. J. Davis, Cashier
xlugton and ,Winchester,, Arthur thl week. Mr. Sullivan
Winter Sullivan
Miss Hilda Joyce Emma Powell of has been visiting her.uncle, D. W.
formerly '
Mrs. Felix was of the Miami post- ,
Haven who have been visiting Kelley.; Is an employee
Bryan of this city. friends here returned to their Mrs. J. C. Pringle and children. office, and spends his summer vacation I .
"IV
Presbyterian minister Mr. and Mrs. Hornnby and with hla mother.
of Monday. and
Alderman home
Lowry u expected to ar' Miss Blanche C. Y. Mayo and visiting friends at ,U1irVl0.
clerk of Mt and Mrs. children were
of the
I'irday from Vy.id Starke daughter
Laramle \ LTUCorpen
Ihe-circuit court of Bradford county. !\Ira. J, II. Moore', spent Saturday the State Farm Sunday. "L R s y ng III ,

visiting here Wednesday. In I Jacksonville. Little Miss' Hazel Turner" has / iql
.. was Times, Aug. 21. Mrs: K.: 1':. Uurney was shopping been visiting her grandparents I'ONC AROUND HERB. WHEN YOU JBT TO TOWAI TRY
Mrs, Butler
W A. Scott of De- Lake ''t,
In, Starke Saturday !Mi', and Mrs. W. T. Turner at 60 STUPID/ iSN'T ,
I SEEMS
ore visiting Mr. and Mra. who la attending i Mr. and MrH. John Wyrlck of Lake Butler. AROUND r11NG' S 14
alt last Joseph Thomas TNE0.E At4vONC romt "LLU
| Thursday and Fri- Mr. ,
visited her parents Reddish-Andrews. of New
Mr.
of Pharmacy Jacksonville
the Struby School MERE / STORE a
spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry Sunday. River who la taking a business NTlL41GENTM DRUG a (JNDl0.sT00D
at Maron Ga.with, his parents.Mr. Everyone Is InvlteQ to the Uaptlst course in Jacksonville spent the ENOUGH TO GIVE US U '' THEY GIVE '

Kathryn Beckham of lIar- and Monday here church Sunday. Serviced mornIng week-end with his parents, Malid THE RIGHT THB t
: C. u the guest this and Mrs. E. M. Thomas. and evening by the pastor. Mrs. O. W. Andrews. DIRECTIONS YOU l

and Mrs. Luther Pow- Shuford and E. O. Well j RIGHTOiaffCTIOAJS
Mrs. J. Jo:. Corpening and daughter. C. R. In Starke Tuen Sunday from were shopping *
L' tta. returned Pearce SAMPSONCITY 3 tNe V
and Harold 0,"
have U. Barney
N Mra JV.. Andrews Jr.. Parton. N. C.. where they trip to Starke Cleo Thorn BOTTL.e/ 'f
D. bunlnens
C.
filly visiting Mr. and Mrs. made a .
ors enjoying a stay been .
flew cottage on Kingsley Corpenlng for the last two weeks. Monday.Mm. D. W. Moore and two children :......................: --

horn from Sampson ,City. Aug. 31.-Mr. .
returned ,
have
and daughter
Mrs. J. S. Brown they spent several Frances Thomas was a visitor I ,
where --
B. !\McLendon has return- Mrs. Jimmy Roe, of Plant Hull City, Jacksonville days with relatives and here from Palatka Friday and Sat- We have in stock a thousand and one things you y
N. B.
ie Florida of Mr. and Mrs.\ Drug Store
State Farm af'linl guests rday. merchanCorpenlAg .
short frlendn. need in home.' Fresh standard
' ; Tuesday from a your ,
| his vacation In Mar- returned Some pleasant hours were
of the Papllntchurch very
W. M. U.
I visit with friends In Jacksonville.Mrs. The was delightfully entertain pent at the home of Mr*. B. K.Jones dice, household remedies, candies and cigars. fie Service Store"Fresh

I lieddlsh Thursday night. Games fair The drug store you'll ;
and two ed at the home of Mrs. Jesse goods, prices.
Jv' T McGuire left Sunday J. Lee Summerlln Tuesday afternoon. After were played and afterward achicken Starke, Fla."j' T
]sat
went to I learn to depend
Glenn upon.
City vGa., after spending sons. Winston and usual business had adjourned [ : *upp r. Irmondae and cakewere -
the
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i her nlf'cf' Kingsey! lake to spend a served ----
Mr* B. K. the hostess served' her
Hummerlln Is re-
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her of negroes ever named by the plant the uncultivated fields dur- > ':, < ;. < '<" '" :: .

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!t: Farmers; If FarmingItjr times at least, although! there has winter peas. These crops .{. .' ., .".
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: i |been a division for work among" should be planted preferably In I .. .
colored: voters. In each national October and quite\ a few of the \.., $,', ,

( Agricultural Hdltur) campaign.The farmer are preparing to begin k. 0. .)
i light ainoug the negroes for with the use of there (rotor during i.. ,1 "

-,.. .. .... -.- ... .- .... .. ..,. the post of head of the, division haa the coming winter. The local '." ,,

been, Won as expected, by John countx agent will be gald to assist K '$
Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to CuntribuU Ar i
Hawkins, of Washlugtoln I>. C., IUIlOIltwho wish to secure Information : : ('

f tlclta! of Farm Experiences and Method: Found who seconded Hoover's nomination In regard to the planting I.. .,.<'

To lie Best Suited lo Our Country ut the Kansas City convention. ut winter Iwgumaa.OI' > i. a 1"c '. x a 4'F
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i'' Gives Hints l-'OSTKIt T" f.IS HOW the Bb.rlff of Hr.dford County.
Smiths TO .MA UK gn-i.v) : : IIKI: :: At pj-eseut very little consideration Rta'a of FlorlJii::
H* It !known, that I, II. Clay Craw I
U being given lo'cover
crop ford. HeiTtttarv of State of the Grate!
On Growing Vetch Gainesville; Fla.--Marking a during the winter on land that is lit >Tlorldado\ hereby give notice that
a C1KNHHAL: J KI.KCT1ON: will be heldIn i
1 queen bee Is easy enough It one not under cultivation In our county Bradford County, State of Florida,
And Austrian Peas: knows how to do It and what tn und we are the losers thereby. Of on Tuesday. next succeeding the Brat
use, says R. l 12. foster, apiary Inspector all the farmers In the world, the Monday In November, A. I). 112">
the .10.! Tuesday being the Sixth day
j jtif I
for the State Plant Hoard.Ha Florida farmer Is one who should November.
.f i t; i'tt Galnosvllle Fla.--Trial\* conducted told beekeepers about it during use coyer crops. In Florida it 1 U For United Sturm Senator from'
d In the State of Florida for nix !
severe years
+ t by county agents Farmers' and Fruit Growers' raining or the sun la shlnjng! the from March 4, 11125.For ( .
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,' Went Florida, counties last yea Week. Here U hid method: year round; both condition tending Six: (s) Presidential. ISIectorr.

S 1 riv' proved that vetch and Austrian Take a little English vermillion to' reduce and take away the CVniKreKKlonal For Iteprexentatlve. District of of the the Second State<

tR Peas ran bo grown; successfully. or dry red lead about the wise: ofa &[:lant-fcod supply where there Is of f lorlila. In the Seventy-first. Congress : rvoi-w.w a.n--------
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The trail. also proved that these of the United, Staten 'SnE. ..dg.wwwN"w
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HU shot. Put It clean not some growing, to conserve
on a pieceof crop ;
1 abundance For Oovernor of the State o' Florida a ..
$ ? tti crops will produce an glass. add a drop of liquid It. There Is always some oa
1' ft of green manure to turn back to white shellac and mix thoroughly.Then tree plant food In the soil and If .r'nr' Secretary. of BUte of the Stateof
Florida.Pnr ,
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+ 1 the ROIL with any harp pointed Instrument some crop In not growing there to Attorney General. of the State .
J. Lee Smith district' extension I,of Florida f
such as a tooth pick or conserve It during the rainy win-
find west Florida, Tfnr Cuuiutroller of the State. of
? agent for north sharp pointed match put a dropof ter months, then the available food! Florida. 1 neuru
I ( ; : has prepared a list of pointers this mixture on the thorax of In leached or carried off In the !surface ,. Fur Treasurer of the State of FlorIda sot 0 01NWtev
to farm- ?
which will prove helpful the well. water. To remedy such 1.10!
e It' queen, pressing aI 8uperlntend of Public In-
i era who expect to try these crops Put the queen In a cage until condition and prevent the loss of Ktruollon 1 of the Stale t of Florida.1 I !
For ( ommlHHlnner I of Agricultureof
/' thin fall the' shellac Is dry, cautions Mr. plant: food, cover crops should he '
of the Slate of Florldn. whunsallxut
Sal e' ) The bent time to plant either ,. Foster. This will not take over I grown on the uncultivated! "!'!Itl. For Two Juxtlre nf *he "nprpine as
1 these' I.I.* between September Court nf the State of Florida.
crops
.10 DEDiAt
15
ry to minutes. The queen IsI The cover crop Is used for a many For Two Hnllroan. t .a..lonersof
15 Just after a u.
h tJ 15 and November 30 I hen ready to return to the bees. I fold purpose' ; to add''h" much need- the State of Florida. p 1JIIJJ........tDOM..:',.
R Rood; season Twenty to It I"l important to put the queen ed vegetable matter to 'the'noil' For Heals Senator,, for 16th Senatorial LL Dro yem'
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h vetch or 30 to 40 District of the State: of Flor e
i .I.Ie 't$ poundH of hairy In. the !away from the bees until the shellac to {Lover the land as a protection' ida., a' s' fx anxo su'Y
y' pound of Austrian peas dries otherwise the been, will from heavy rains which cause lr One Member. of the House
: amount for an acre. " _
k' l proper remove the shellac from the queen. packing, to 'remove water from ida..
Hefore planting It !In necessary .. For Countv Judge,
-- the soil where there Is an excess
I ; to Inoculate' the need unless one :too NuunoKM.: ; .AMI: N.VMUU of it, to nerve as a trap to catch For For Clerk Sheriff.: of the Circuit Court.
of these crops has. been Known: on TO \VOKK roil fiOI I' 'fIt'K".:'1' the plant food that Is made available For County. ABHCHBOT. of Taxes. -
t If possible to get: soil from a For Tux Collector, 1-ivt T ru ou. I.Aj) s> couv rte pt nu
by the 8'tlO.lof the rain, the
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lent of
For (
1"s vetchor 'ounty.EluJJ..rlnt..n<
modulated
s Held where well The largest number of negroes lUll and- the adds, that are in the PuliHe inntnit'tIon.Fur :.1.'" -
a peas have recently grown this rver designated officially as party soil' and ot add nitrogen taken .County Surveyor.For. .\ ('H) "'I.I''fNstl: JHE II1UK": : complete and gives livable,' attractive with a frontage of not l leKs Ih

h ) r may be lined for Inoculation with committeemen will 'work for the from the air If the cover crop Is a Three Five County Member Commissioners.For of the County nrrcii COI.OM.M.: norsKRy interlorsv feet to give a proper nettlni
nut buying any cultures. In till election( of Herbert Hoover and the \legume !such! as vetch and Austrian floard of J'ublln I Instruction. A central stairway serves all Four bedrooms tw< bull

L cans moisten the seed with syrupy republican ticket In the present winter pl'all. for For the Justice.following1 of the Jostles Pvnve IHxtrlctn In and., ( H. C. Hunter & Bro. Archts.. rooms In the most economical very generous closets are 11.i

q water sprinkle! the Boll over It, campaign. Announcement by Legumes are those plants that via: No... 1, 2. T. New York City.) manner. out on the second floor The

mix thoroughly: and plant Both Chairman Hubert Work of the division are remarkable for their abilityto lowingJimtlce For Countable Districts In and for via the; No fol*. A certain homelike quality is The service arrangement/; of the are,together and are over Hi
crops take' the same treatment.If of the republican' national( use and store free atmosphericnitrogen l.27. i found In a well designed ..Dutch first floor is very good. Here the floor( toilet room giving PI,
corn or cotton fields are beIng committee Indicates appointmentof by aid of certain bacteria In 'r..U1I1nnyVh..reof.. I have Colonial house that: appeals to architects have worked out a teal plumbing./;
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I'' I planted, the seed may be sown more than 300 negroes, men that forms. nodules on the .hereunto. .H.' net the my treat hand Seal and I of alllxcdL I theMttttu moat! people. This type of house scheme that will delight the house A servant's room and bath

broadcast explains Mr. Smith. Bar and women, In all states of the Union roots. These nodules are the storehouse of Florida.. at ,Tnlli.l1aN..e.Ih. .- U (Inlet and tllgnl ed. It allows wife. At one side of the kitchen generous storage opnce art.|
t'I' F' off the atalUit two or three Inches of the nitrogen taken from .. twenty-fifth Capital day thlxth of*! the owner to give his individual Is t the1 entry with refrigerator Iced vlded on the third floor
I deep, listing the land after the taste full sway In furnishing and from the entry but with Its frontIn A/ cellar extends under tlj,
hr,,, a 1 phosphate has been applied broad --=-=- .: -=- : ,,,;- -r decora)Ing. the kitchen, to save steps. On tire house
'' 1 cent It U unnecessary to break With the example Illustrated the opposite side ot the kitchen) H Complete working plans

'x land to plant vetch Bays M I t the Dutch roof forms the striking arranged the pantry and the specifications of this house n.
Smith. The need may be HO\\ .& feature of the house and stamps breakfast alcove' Steps) to and
p ;r broadcast, and tiered In so that the character on It. from the dining room have been obtained\ for a nominal sum

; r kt the need are covered fairly deep '" *The plan arrangement Is compact reduced to a'minimum the'' building editor Rep

i t,; to prevent the Inoculation from and economical' yet It is most This house should have a lot Houue II-A-105.

I dyliiK In cane of dry weather.
recently. It in also! necessary -
the Roll : August, A.1! 1H2X\ and supplemented by pictures of utility companies prci.
q The
of eupl'rpllollll"ate '-
: 16 apply 400( pounds It. CUAY CRAWFORD,
11 w ( acid phosphate) per Secretary of State, houses unroofed and shacks blown suffered' the worst dUllluK'
t To W. J. Epperson Sheriff of Itrud-
acre except on land well fertilisedthe SPECIAL. ford County. S-3l-10t-l. down gave the world erroneous poles and wires were down!
After Inoculation ---
+ previous,", season Heports of the recent storm in ideis of .the extent of the storm plants put out of bllKhws
the seed should 1 be planted
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1 tile inoculation Florida" were greatly exaggerated and damage to property and 'rODS. many hours.
Immediately or
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t Seed are Inoculated as follows' :

'i ? tit of syrup and one rr
? e'>, 1 Mix two parts
; 4\g
y part of water, pour over need ft ml

rf 4' i h" stir. 2. Pour culture over Reed .
advise
and stir. (County agent can
YjL ) 3. Add
'where to 'secure culture .
) enough soil from Held where vetch
t or Austrian peas have grown he- =

t + fore, to remove stick I ness. 4. j "Ir -- + va

t Plant very noon after Inoculating, ) t -a
P' and cover Immediately after sow --


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' ;"t 't." We growers til{>l-- YIK.I.OH of....:-general HITTER crops I p ,


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such as cotton and corn are often. _
i : urged to select seed lu the Held\ a
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s. l and (n4he full Instead of waiting! I

( till spring" and gathering up a ,

a bunch of any kind of ''seed' we can -- --.. -- _. .. -
fI nil. Tbe sad part of It la that BO

1 few of us have paid any attention .

+ r4 to thU advice, ,
c p, ,Sometime I think we are a little = )/IIoUJ

bit peculiar. We complain ondi

I'i' t about) our seed "running out" and
our crop yields'netting less, and 2 in. Flooring for.garages

1 yet we are unwilling. to take the ,
1 time to do a few simple things

{> r'' ,, that we know will help to keep our !

11 I,' seed pure and our crops produc- I N. play-
tive. "We haven't got time" Is
e's 4
: well curbs walks
{ our annual excuse. etc. $25
t Field selecting our seed corn, ,
time.
(cotton and potatoes takes

There In no question about that.It The new ia out! The whole thrilling story of the Silver

la much easier to go to the crib, .' Buick showroom I
Anniversary awaits
you at our Iluick
the storage house .
the need bin or
(: Just before we get ready to plant per thousand also Richardson's And it la news that Is completely revising the motor car it I

e'If YI end grab up a bunch of need than Ideals of Ameril.'uZNew"11usterplece!

t It In to pick seed out at harvesting "
time and save' It until planting liodieshy Fisher more brilliant and_

ill time. However. the time spent In '. beautiful than any heretofore known-a tremendous Increase -

picking out good seed at harvest <', r'" << in in.what powerful
time U time well spent and will best Viskalt Roof t, power was already the most
automobile engine of its size of speed
he worth money to us In the long -new elements '

pick-up and acceleration far beyond any previous Blandard -

run.We should select seed from these are high-light features of a car so new, lit)

plants that are tree of disease and advanced and no epwfhal that it is winning universal recognition :
under normal conditions '
bear good crop
,. aa well as measure UD to h Paint $1.00 per gallon. us! the (great ear of the world. ,..

our type that we have selected' rrl.VI.it
dellirable. S our Iluick showroom See the Silver Anniversary
In.8
Cotton should be kept pur. by Buick-todgyt \ .


3 cotton Is preventing one of seed the: mixing greatest at troubles the gin. with TIdal SILVER I A I\I \J 1VERSARY I '


', Corn that Is selected for seed ,
should be' well cared for and kept

4 protected from weevils. and other .- .
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BUICK 1
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pea Let's invest some of our time & Davis J i't> "" t"

it harvest in selecting good seed Quigley 11

t for the next crop, and watch' UBay WITH MASTERPIECE: IIODIE9 BY FI3HIB
/ ,. djvldei In better crops.

1 Directors of the. Lake County WHEN BETTER: AUTOMOBILES! ARE BUILT UUICK WILL BUILD T8111

1 .1' Chamber of Commerce have adopted ..'
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Motor Companyn
k >palgn> to begin at an early date .
calling for an expenditure of |2.- Starke Fla.
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? w advantages. and a similar sum j

i' for advertising agricultural opportunities .

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SPEECH ducttons there were actually $:4._ into each indivMual; state Itself 4, a..adr" County Florida, I of Bopberobcr A. D Ifftl.DiitOil : : J
II trlet and for the
frOO.OOU more fudural taxes collected only after approval! by a referendum I ". ltlon.r. I D. 155. I thin 7th dy .t tuft-ust A. ; of a dIstrict levying school ant oullactlon for .. ,t,(, t i'\" f.

last thau in In ( Couit. llrudfotil" Conn- : v. the lualve use of the public fr ,
year the ttrst year of popular vote of Its people the I[ ty .h..1. The Slate of Florida, n. 'Vt' .1UhRAN. I within the *. ''It c I
DUIrlot whvnrvr I
the Coolidge AdmlnUtratlou. right wholly within Its borders to Bradford (" (SIOAL) Clerk of .hooh. 'I' '
Respondent.tlceto 1
cot p-arallon of the
I >nl"'IRlk. ,. Uradfonl, County PI .. a maJo..ly CIU..ln.d el c- "',j
PROGRESSIVE? It Is uot economy to refuse to Impurt. manufacture or cause to b. I1lnU< T .the. II.. and and Taxpayer of Uy C. A I.NIUH1.i .". toss ,. pay I. rtuil I .;; ,_ ,
tnxpavera '
make necessary expenditures to I manufactured and sell alcoholic! ,i { 11. Huberts.va Special. lax School II.I"t.11..1., f. H-10!.6l-f1-7. \ i"'putytCI rk. or favor personal uf such( property.levy, "hal vote in I ,'' .)"

provide facilities fur the tranaacUon beverages, the sale to be made only I l >efendnntNet Hradfurd' County. and nil ?h:'U; : i
lee ut Haerln" others whom It may concernYou ; .
MAN STAND of government business. ha I' by the state itself and not for consumption 11 i Hv virtue of that certain lal.execu and each of you ar, hereby StJ'I'lt'll OKWHEHVM Rl.ltYllt) V JOINT ItHHOI.UTION Proposing ;

said pointing out that scarcely. a in any public place." tion issued In the hove vmltleilit notified t that I a 1.111"1 I ban been tiled an Amrndnmnt to Section Four
; <. line. hearingdate the 12th. of by Mpeilnl, Tax 1.'h.1 District Number (41.) Arlel. 'Ihrea ((3)) of Hi,.UonH +
clay
city in the country has adequate Our Canadian neighbors" he March, A. J>. 15th. I I. W. J. 1 KpperIHIII II, le..Hord '"111. Floridasetklnir *. Th* LegIslature of |It il I 101 the Stale> i-f Florida 1.lit
quarters for federal business nn under lint CuiiatUulloii: of ISS5. I ha 1'ay of M.mb.ra .
at theIIrll.ent said "have gone far In this mannerto an .h.rlr of Htactford ( .1. 'onlrl 1121. ,lulIlll1. 4 t
I )'iurit*. l.vleil 'OUIIYj Issue uf School : I. ofHst.l ( I Sliilo of 1'101'10., did pass r.lrJ.lnt .mtta and uf I the house
Urn upon Julhtnr
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ratio Nominee PledfleAdministration solve this problem by the methodof offer for sal and at publlci outcry School I' h. mini of It*.Hulut I I pl'UI'O"1' amendment ItniprpMtftitallven.lie I .
sale ..1. Twenty 'IhuiiMHiid Oollal's. ( tgtl.Uilu.-' in thH I of th It Hesolveul hy fh" Lciflrlalvf are
at front ,
made L'u.tlulo" .
the of ,
No Business Upheaval by state Itself and the court i
for C. .. house, Starke.. Bradford County. ) tinted AuriiHt I. 1585. m. (. were J'lurld. '
to not by private Individuals. b.I..d ft'out 1 to 2il, lurliiiclve. niatur-" tu by a vole *-nfthn That ltu'ctlnn ), Art lot.
to the ,
Anticipating Republican I ..I..ld. hith.. and lient bid. fil'l mornbera, ; fct"t: Thrna) of the (' I '
Inefit All the People. misrep cush In the InK In numerical order fl.4101l.04) ; to oath olFI t the
of l..c. ..
Saloon Won't Return durin" house: that the votes) Joint Mtate relating to uh" '
? resentatlon of the Democraticparty's al hours of ,.aie ( between August I. mil I. nn.l $l.000.OUuiAUg. .a"l payof "
4 : I. He-solution war entered upon th.lrJournnh. nianUiern uf 'this Satiate the k1
oclock net 1. In each of the tiltS to II
position on the tariff, COTernor "There is no question here of the 1 Monday the n. I. and day Two of I'. m> 11)00) liHltisUe, to be lisnea y..r.under nuthcirlly respective' .. with the yen llonne of HeIir.sentstivss|. .hal b. "

Smith declared: return of the saloon. When I stated l>. JEilt. the d.'rlb.da..na O'lob.r. of Section 57!) et emi of the ami, nuy Ih.r""I. and they ,le dv.! Niibmltlvd lo I the oloi''lorn thHtatH :
ULTURAL PROBLEM The 4.. and .fulowlnl K.vlneil. .' of Florldnlinn e"I'hln. 5," dlr..1 I hat 5 Hulil of Florida, for adoption t>t reject j? :
Democratic party does not that the saloon 'Is aud ought to County., Florida" prol..rlY In Brad.furI n.1.1..111.IUI.a".nd"d. as at JUI.t H..olul..I"I !.. Hiihniltteil to Ion at I hi next .....r.1 I ..1..I..nor (

'GET PROMPT ACTION and under my leadership will not be a defunct institution in thl.country' !* The Southwest lo-wl; Nolth- the .1..1... held 11 ..auC"rl.t..h..1 cllsttlct .Ih. .I..tur. '. II. xtntt at the Oenrul HepreK-nlntlvm. h* held $ t .i a,
: ; I III.1 tlmt TtiPKday alter the first Monday "
IlliK and 1':1..1.0 NU"'IL.r.
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advocate any sudd n or drastic I meant It. I it-to west queue sx-P2iI i air In NorthVBHI Oi Allu" pureiiNiit I '
mean and Ii) and other II'J'lth. I II I. CUAYCKAWFOUIt of the month of November, A 11, ", a'
revolution in our economic system day, I will never advocate or approve Muitthwent.r tuuthw..t, 6 quarter ucren, of inttouthwe.1 '...dlnl' r."ol.lon.. ,. of Ilbl.pto-In. 1..111.\ of Mint of 193*. and that enld Htiun or ((4)) 4 ,.
Out 'lual'l.r l Cut llradfoid .' tli.NI lt. uf 'hereby I slush to read an fotUiweiHcnatoifl
which Rm..I.o
Enforc. Dry Law Stamp would- cause business up- any law which: directly or indirectly ciuarler' of Southwest corner .,f Northwest .1 nn the authority, of rht" iiotU Chii ntHJ" Ilv. 0" .1"'lb.r. of thn House

R.comm.ndI beavalor popular distress. quarter and said ,lov""llnl ) : '.: : nf lie duly' '
'4 and permits the return of the Southwest quarter of Norihesatqusrter .1'.1' tile purpose- a'\ I.C"IO'wil 1..01.1.h.1
option "The Democratic party stands The, of hudII& h.ld ... li ,C"tICY" Flor 'lieu .. h. respectiveiountl I' '
saloon.
to ConBr ttPromlid HuUlhw..1 quarter of 1.11111.. 11 Tuomliiy, I in'xt .u.I.1 I I Hie .n and ultetricti which they it,.
n(" squarely for the maintenance of "This cannot bo health NultheKHt lots "larl.. l"l.dl except r..fI.hlna. c." olh.r"I.. .11".lh'1, ni .t Mondiiv In No.r, U.. nrn tlioHen, Ilie ttay.iir meuibere of 'e 4
country a sold dlveia .h..1
Honest Tariff. legitimate business and rtie 1>1''ha.. 1.rur. saltS dlHirlrt, fur the .,' HISS' the .111 .TtlemlllV belli I III. the I HdiHte and I Umiiiw -K $tf nrn-
a high 14tli day of ,. ,
strong, economic body it one of Its iu ,' A. 1> I2$. all the free ptiblici hoola In aald district ,l\in or :11 l'tl: It':1: I t.tl I h'"" .h,1 I I nut exceed I we lye di.lIUIH l- J 4 .h ,
standard of wages for American lowiiNhlp 7 South for 1 tlit rntllUntIon I I i oth f "" ($1 U.60) a sissy
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members so fundamentally I Important Italics,I"F i. containing ik tn I. located within said Speclol .. Ir ..nt. 4, u,
labor. acresmoc HHId Joint I t Itc'Holut bus' piopualni I fl vet'l h cf HenHloii. mid 1
Tux
22 Before. district Number M.I..o. ,
Au .- ft, p. ,
lAXT, NY. as agriculture. Is sick almostto .. Alao liuiil of .1"01 ameiiilnienl: ; 4 lo '
I 11.1 at % anil that Huld I* I to thH CoiiMlmitloii I I oIII and from their hom. to I 1..t
Lease throng which gathered .P&: no attention to the Republican the point of economic death" SoutheaMt SouthweKt ciunrter'luai't'tof. and IJant of ttnn J"t.11..1 In this court OH ufor pe-. Stale of 1.101,1.. MiA : of l.v.r'"n..t' not In exceed .n

on propaganda and accept: louh..ulqUI" l heaid befat. JOINT HI'.SUUU'11DV: rruponlnur i. ( a each way hv the ,
pronouncement my of I. the lionouible :
first said Governor Section ;
fills Smith, taking up the 31. Townahtp o of Huld ills Am.n.lnl."t to Unction V4 ur Ural-put und I muni priKtUahl I* rout.. '
In 4
Presidential assurance as the leader ot ) llatift SI I2a.t. c'outnlnln ionBcreM JU.hr. (ourt tbe 1L
iil of the rim our subject of farm relief *; Court I House at $ Florida on Attic III of this Constitution or "hl. Amendment .hli I I K. I Inll I effect
more leHH 1.I'k.
or Mst half
[ Alfred E. Smith ac: party that Democratic tariff legls of Northwest Nlrlh She> Nth tiny of September. IH2N ut Die HI.ta of l4'loiitn. 1.IIIIC to at midnight ni ember I
, GOvernor The iiuaitet 1 of Nurlhwexicjuarter '
- Republican administration County and ? llliH. without thn necKnlly ot l'
latlon will be ten o'clock A. M and and .
Democratic: nomination honest he declared of Section .12, Township 7.. you em h 1..1'1lenta. Inlutlon.Tha ,.
+-_ the baa made many promises ot legislation of you are heiebv chanced I with no- 'I.
IIldent t here tonight In an ad "It will play no favorites. It will "oulh. Haiitf xl llnst ,'o"I..nlnl Vu. I lice of t Hi;* contents of said petition lbs 1..llv." I'V' the LegUliUuru (tuu.
,
to aid mote or
the baa .
but .
farmer kept I. Florida.
I Inter do justice to every element la the .. I and I leciulred to 11.1. .f : 1 h
bleb wa 8 1.1 pro..eSlhe M) chaliiH West of Noilheast .rn.r I.IIC. ali appealat That I amendment to vote rant In compliance with ,
none of them he continued. I I h.
nation." of H'llon 25, and run \Vest h. .and place as .ror".I.to rollwl"l ald and the ,
courageous IDffli. t.yt.. 8eollnii Ii4 III I of tie Constitution proposed nm.n.lm"nl.
[ It nas show causci Arld. '
-j : as He said foreign policy has Its "The tariff is ineffective on commodities l'ast inenc) 433 Soutn)'aids, 11.1. theiu-e 1-4 yards nortli, 'n.I 113 .19surd ., I' any there I.Jtwa 'yI' hl,...r.H, .:If InliiiK of th. Ilnlo of l.'ioriiu, re- ,thereof.canviiaH. ilwrlnrutlonii mibjerted.and return to theName '
to
roots In the of which there is exportable to the of .h..uhl.,1 be vs I C (II"ly nll ""I"'lpal "ov- : .hli 1. "
- Smltb pledged hlmsel: approval of the majority point L..lnnln. l In dat..llnd ,"lrm- I. heiehv ninoed, to and .r\lllll"'n" and r."lrlrl. nnam I
conformity .rlm..t.
In Imor to tbe reatoratlou of .the people and that be surplus without controlled ale Section ill. Township 7. South Kaiife .d forth I In said' petition and I I Its ,"I I I tot to I the elector* ufthe ; .. Iy, l"l ..n.rll eUctlona ,
party 20 Kai: t and lu plnuRnt I I In
acresnini Slain at the next election Ir
"
of the surplus said Governor c"nh.lnhll to I Ih lawn of the Stat aeneiiil I. .. 1.'lorll.
of
it .. .
regarded IHNAlmi .
a :
c I iln: goieruaient; to the pro. paramount dutyto u or In 'h J'lor.la. of 1U28, for.ipprovat I : '
HUC case made and 1..I..nl.t\
[ of a real prosperity for lh. keep alive the interest of the Smith. Our platform points the ,'uI1".n.lnl at Houth..t IN W11NUNM WI I lsit lit prnvh..I., ye r'J.cUon, OP, I have h.r..I. Net
i corner and run' West i shall my hand and affixed the 4,
H
actual rather people in questions at foreign way to make the tariff! effective! for 1UU 1..10. hereunto saL my hand and aftlKiidthe. 1..11.1 'I'h. L"II.latlr I
i people through; chains. th."c. North 2O chains, of I hues t Heal S of t tee HtateHIOAr. ,
: of which produce thni Jcmst u'1'I.1' seal I of 'hl .II'v. entitled 11 uliorm .y.I"' of Florida. TallahaM.ane I
economies and reor.Ion policy and to advise the electorateas crops we a surplus. 100 chalnn to tlectlon County S ml'" I ( ) at i
:i ( fueled line, thence Mouth 2(1 chiiliiM to I Ih. .t .I.rk. ..011.., thin 14th I I be ... eov.rlm.ll.whlh t tha Cupllul. thla Ih.t..t.lrh *
and the to facts. He promised to stress day of i "h.1 IHlpU..h. except I
In government point of t"glnnlll. beluo; about 211) ) .1. 1..1 ..I.I lawn forCoutillea day of July. :) it
U. .
:Deot ot Bound( tariff )leglsla.110 .- the necessity for restoration of cordial "Co-operative, co-ordinated marketing acres IU" t... In .cllul (SKAT.) Clerk W. AMMCHMAV of the Clicult are l'rovlI..1 l.otclslat I 1'.112.
'
H. .
of, for. relations with Latin-America. and warehousing of TowiiHhlp' 7. t.1lh. llano, ) 1..1.: court of ir* that may It. h..I.ntI..r.wlh. : i L
othe establishment a surplusfarm Also th* Twenty-SlK- Thu 1-3-141-11-2 Secretary of Htate. 4
by
al'
.t
th Judicial Circuit of the 1"II.latl. .h.1 I
bpposed to unwarranted The Republican administration products Is essential just as half of Noithwext '|1Iu..ler undsoilli I Ilw clie.S t.WI. V
Stat of I..I dll"ly ,
In and 'I
.
FI..ldL.
jieollon in Latin American has signally failed in its endeavorto co-ordinated co-operative controlof aHt quarter, of Southwest for llradford County. ..cor'lluM a"'I.II.lol., ano 3! ts'i'iii'5: S "."1 '
quarter und North half of h. I law Incorpuiatlon.
bv -
4 iii |rtn and! for -outlawry' of remove the causes of war be the flow of capital was found ...t ciuarler Mid Snulheast cl"tt.rt |I.UI i':. v. JO11 Petitioner. l.v.rllll.I'ovil. t.I' JUI'I.dle.Uun. .. :' .

' Kind to the stamping out of continued."I necessary to the regulation of ourcountry'e Southeast ciiiurter of Meet I ,lull XBAlau 8.N! .- i>uwem. privileges ; u
'in beKlnnnlna 5(4) chainsest of f tinder vilch claeiilllcallonH and no '.k.. notice Unit tiniler and hv I,
411] jptlon In prohibition enforce. pledge myself to si resumptionof finances. Nnutlieuot Coiner of Section 2fi, wild -- .ItrLlnl I or total I luwe I Innoipoi, 'ntlnittltlPH I virtue of thnt llnul ilnore. enteredMiilih j ,

a real endeavor to make the "Our platform declares for the run Weal on Section line 4I chains, %O'rl'l. or tow IIH. ,'r.vlclll for their ZHIh 1U2H. hv ll loss' A. K. AdUIIIH 4
.
thence Nort iU! i I'OW"U.lul" Jiidce of Circuit I Court ofIhadfunl ,
IIC t Democratic candidate placed outlawry of war effective by remor- development of co-operative marketing 41: chalim, I h.' l'h.II.uiitlt Ihenc.tn) (' 1."t ,10\"ln".t., |irlvlli'n JI'I"dlcll". I' Countv S 1'1"111., In S HintraiiMH '

lb Miquarely on record for farm Ing its causes and to substitute the and an earnest endeavor to the point of ) .h.".b...> In Circuit I Point. Twenlv.Slxlli Jodiclai .d lisa 1,1 Lrul.laturu..hnl 1. ''' wherein I'll Ilrll tier", Incorporaled ,. ,
6U ,' b"llllln1 Circuit. Ur..dt"ll C'nlney. a rnrpurutImi. and 1 IIPartrldife .
of th- I
e(. find promised to call together methods of conciliation conference solve the problem of the distribution .Ilanlnl c.rl"" of. h.cllcJ 23 uiul run Florida In C'h.n..r) are I I'iimiiliiliinntn. anil. A.

ffeit: Informed minds among arbitration and judicial determination of the cost of dealing with crop South 161 feet Went Tulton T. ".rl.y. M. Hay et al, lire diifi'iiilnntw. In miltlo
t..I. a3
feet, North feel ( Complainant A JOINT llKPOr.1TTIOV rrononlnitan forerlonn, mortKiiire over lands 'V
t} n, business men and econo' be declared. surpluses over the marketed unit l.ut 234.feet to the H.I of, beglllMlnK vs.Lula Atnendmnnt tu Article III, HHII- hereinafter rtenni'Ibed, I tile uiulrrNlHrned .

Immediately following the The President has two duties of the crop whose producers are contalnlna HUH point acre more or ) 'Hurley. lion :XI. of the Coiintltutlon of the its Hpi'i-lal 1lau.ter will Hellfor '4

tr with respect to the benefltted I. I.r.nd.nl. $lal. of 1 Florida.. n.l.tln" to theI'liHuairt C'",, to t lie hlxhenr nimier In r T
devlaa such assistance.
to a practicable prohibition by Onlytha .. '
OD
Also| the following dencrllivil .I .1..1... by the I 1.1.1.111., or front h door of I HIH Com II I'PJ/'V*:
th B[or the control of aurplus crops question he said."The mechanics remain to be de lIonel property)'. to-wlt I : Ins caljl.per- tt appearlns by ,"II..v't' attachedtn rial I ot. l.oLiit I T.I. fp. t I! 1011 I *, llrndfotd County 1 iitthIN rW 'fti

j.bmlsnlon to Congress at. the first I. embodied la his vised. I propose to substitute net for .ll.,mid 1 dresses, one, tabl.wr"I'I.III. th. bill of .., lu til. Un It ILoHolviil the '.,."I"lntlr. : ii.: on Mnnitav.I Sentemlier" 3rd. **&. ?t
above' chose, that the residence of of the state of Florida; ,; th leifal nf ,
us dieHH I lull I h.lr. ,1. r
row,
lalor of his administration. oath of office, he went on. "If action for inaction and friendlinessfor .0. l.ulu In unknown
tl J. Ivory xholvlnic :.1 paper T"rl.y. lu com- Thai the t"l"wlll uiii.ndm.nt to)4sCtIip1 lh. rul.\111 I.I.I l Iyln. und I.lnl
fpon;? the steps of this Capitol, with on. hand on the Bible and the hostility. In my administration roller, 2 spool thread ubliietN, onerlltlioii tilititia tl it ; I Ihlt,, there no p.mon In. 21 J I I t of thn C.m."lltllll.1 In ".I1tl.. .r ,".1 ('111 t tAll
*> f known .
to aYlinnt HIM I stnt 1 to-wlf:
a I Ural other hand of the of ca.no. 3 ludy'M dress forms, 3 "Cui. 'Iorld. .r 11.1. 1'1"111. I"rht.
( twenty-live years ago reaching up to Heaven government my Tout proc enn upon whomwould to the P&HNUKA by "- ; North half of
.
rugs one stove lieuter t footKtuoU Illnl r
m lmo the service of the state, 1 I I promise the people of this country state, whenever I was confrontedwith 4 nectlun seals, on. { bind the Maid defendant; In 1.1' I of $ .iit' .I nnil. I Local J.awii. N'nl I h'Hxt. quarter, Northnast quarter I
.ho. thin milt for Dlvoice.' It IH therefraorIeie.i und the In hereby agreed to,. of Soutlieaetiiunrtcr __ _
ortUe feiuD b. timnp Norlhw..I quarter (
t |TI my party's summons to l l"all that I will faithfully execute a problem of this character I Machine, OIIH elm.t"'I'OUlh. Adding. that euld defendant b. and mid shah. bn Huliiult1 .. the elno South h.H.r HimllieBt .'

i !the nation," said Governor the office of President of the called Into conference those best table tin one olllce r.l. uf.) o11 I'! ti' '.'' to I he bill of complaint In 10"'" uf the Mtnta of "'Iorld" for aiipioval quarter of Hen Ion I:i. j I INoe'tlaast

i Ia accepting his party's call. United States and to the best of equipped on the particular subjectIn crmlron/ *.irro..ery denlt....&>ln.one t, one .<.e.1"uD'IHll'l of tills Heptemlier CM u.. on, Utbefore A..1. 1118.the otherwttiu 3rd. day ".Ml I J': in,. 1..J..111 I Lipieeelit:1tlVes at I ." ". .xt (f foul to HoutlieuBI quarter.qunrler Southeast of Nutut'V

Bun this building I learned thalijlwi my ability preserve, protect and hand. I shall follow that course xtuleH for litdleH, one* shirt dresses illNplity. tha mllcKutloim of ... will blakeUuUH be ; lu.11 I..I01 lie first Tueniluy, iiflnrthe of SoulhenHt.4 quarter nf Hectlon 10;
I.hl" one ) onfesHed by It In I In ,Novpiolicr, A. l II. Nntth half of Norlliea it qunrlur,, '
r tie purposes and the defend the Constitution of the Unit with, regard to agriculture. Farmers otllce t'aIinet, all eledrla llKht fix.lures you. 1..1 Moniluy .
further ordered that thin itice bepulillaheil of Norlhweetliiartei
$$1465. In tu uliv that H."llonII"r NotlheiiHt ciuarter
\
,, that the greatest privilege shall live up to that oath to the constructive aid aa will come from glass lireutl. IUMC teitloier, OIIH ouk In renter wood,floor tine weeka In I tile ,' .I ,i iI'"a.ly i ." of J"lurll. slug ii h. want quilt, ler, North 1 half of Houlhantituiirtel. I .

n I'ucome to any man Is to give last degree."I sound economists and fair-minded for.display window one tobacco cut Stark, Florida.TeleRraph I.ubl.h.d In aip'nils.l TSentlon l to!1.roud I In.nil i I rolow.. : enum- ',. \.t .'5 half intl 11'if Ni.Boulhweuriltinrti't I 'tI.t; :

g ]e\l\ to a nation which: has shall to the very limit exeCute leaders of finance and business t.r 1 cheese displays tinier for one unsnrtmeirtwindow Phi July tOlh 1921. sri ted! In I the i-imillnw' ".. .IIIIWH > .>. KoiilhweBt::: nuaiter, Nortli: :'I'\lr":1\ :

-J him and ralaed him from ob- the pledge of our platform 'to must work out the details. There duw display forhlrtn Shoes.und on.Ie.* win.one (H*.l ) (...rl' (.1.of W,Cli.nlt AI.IHUfAN.t'.url. ol"r.llnl shall| I 1. I Ihruiiirhont wenural alil I the of 81 uniform ate., SiitlthoKKt Nut 111: his It quarter of Northwest, of .: I;: i ; '

"7 to be a contender for the make an honest endeavor to enforce are varying plans for the attainment net and fixtures oat totstore, lien, all suits, IV. M. JUIIN.S but it i IHHHH not) miiintHrutail, oraA4:4lU'ii hti''i lion 23. North half I of Noithaaxtoiiiirter V

it office in the gift of Us peo the Ktb amendment and all of the cud which is to be one MnMonal.nxli Iiangere.one rr ;lxt refrjgei'ar p-onn-mrf"... il'islr.uirsLvIpiluwtiiL In thHljiutHim..mu t> Kli<- of Hmllnn 211, 11 In Town- ,u J
t.8. luliiiM I limy tins Miitlul, I or hx'ul I liiwn sleipi I 7, South' I huinute Id..t. andIvIiiBT
other provisions of the Federal accomplished. Such plans should .nt all other llxtuivH In thw HOI'" { except now or 'hnrv ufler. otherwlun I I In i llrailfiird, County 4 F hr lila. 'I

fttb a gratitude too strong for Constitution and all laws enacted be subjected at once to ae.arobJ..uc.abl. UrRh."ldlll". Floildu wh.t.., l.has I.been KoberlM riinnliia I at; "MI-IK: or Nti.HThn f'lovlii'iil piovlilml: .. 'I!hut:: I In hilt I Ilia local,:I'lMmtlliitlon; or' nprnilulbill : :i::i H.'h.A'leo HSIIK Seclloll!2!> 7 N..I.or 'InWMNllIp"ud lylim InItladfold '7 r '

I and with humble reliance pursuant thereto.' and fair-minded analysis, because a .101.. A..I| that tvrtaltt mock - I" 1.1.' hut lee Of I : I FloridaAI 1'1

I the aid of Divine Providence The Governor promised "ruth- I the Interests of all require of liut dry* "1'00", how h".,totaled nullotiH., in MIIOMH tlial), Hoard of J'lbl" Instruction I of Site Ilhll.1,1,1 I. ap|. ull..n. slush HO 1..1.1 C111) of 'l'nwI' & ti :
.Ic. In the localitywinin : Kant: lyln. Clay u uI
I '
I South
'
that the solution shall be economically certain County. Ida. will nt the 'IVO UI"K" .
Kept your summons to a wider lessly to .tamp'out" the present store buil4tliawiltre C IiItoberm I Ir..ru'd tlie 1'1.1' HIM, inalli-r nr, lo lie nf- I Count jr. FlorldnMill.I .
'I Ihlll
I jf f activity." corruption In prohibition enforcement. sound." al llraliani lies', Floildu heen "lunnlneT.levied hl iiion is more UH reee>.l\. mi" ii.t..I.1:10:( 1).."uf, on I the IU'd. I t.ol.. 1..1 hu .I I ""1.,1. .11"1 hut h'" I lainlH will Im Hold lo satiety) i, j
ShIM II I lh I ionteniplali'il "hi ulevi'pe.' .
if "I..III..r Ih.
I II h. pr"I''IY of I'. Roberts, to day September. ItizN, Ihl. for thepuirhase .1.1. A. H cnnwH.
Constructive Government Will Call ConferenceGovernor I : of $40,0ll0.Ul) of luw and I : puhlliili- .
"Such conditions cannot and will satisfy. the aforesaid .x..ulh' and NIWI'ilil Tax Si hool Dlslrli ".... 41, el| :ni l.-oHt ihliiy t iluyw pi, lor tu I Hie I Rpeclal' Master In Chancery. u
t louuded the of his Smith then promisedto Coats.ilitted Inlo I Iliu of KNKIIII( KNI'IHT i I Ittuil'k., Kilt.Solicitor .
keynote not exist under any administration 'I MS to bear iliile of AuiriiHt Iltl..ou"I, 1"II.lallr. 1 ,
thin
the 30th of II"e
.
August ; : hn
: ,
CompUlnunt.
day und In I Ii.
summon an agricultural confer- 1, bo for
"I.r ,
address when he aald:, A. U. 128. III th ilr 1 mini 1 11)nt Ions I
presided over by me, he asserted.Continuing of I piovidvil by luw. 'I IIH v'Viielii'it "hutsuille tf.a-rt..u.
to 44
bear
I the
at
to work out the solution ,1.CIO.CI. Ilt."L
l-ernment ence sayIng W. J. CPPCRJiON ,. fihull
should be constnic- he said: ,' cent nut Ii' (HIM hv*'' plibilalleil I
per per
Sheriff of Iliadfoid, County, Florida .r. anltl.II.y..I. I... lal.llNh.Ml III" I Slim. i.eiiislatui'teb'fil'u' I
I not destructive; progressive, "The second constitutional duty : I 10. Al. JOHNS ..II.allu.ly.I ,1)11 mliiUpa.I I Hllili bill I I Khllll I I IIH 1".HH.d 1V
0.111! Interest" to" I. payable 1 ""' or osr.4Ieiitt'4' salil' urThlily
H'tactlonary. "If I elected I shall Immediately for Plaintiff .11 bUII. .
Imposed upon the President is 'to am AI"rn.y 8.3..1.:1The. at the "" I Iliinover. havingaltliluvll I I .r I..r of publlciillon ; 1'1 .

| im entirely unwilling to aci recommend to the Congress such after election ask leaders National I..nk In.Ih.11 of New U lie,iii eii'h.eil t li I Ilia I .iiiopoHnil I In tilthhiaiuli I billulbn I 1..11 pt

tbe i old order cf he of the type I have named irrespective Yolk. Ial. .t N.w I."d. tn Mania 1111..1.1 --.
) things as ( measures a. be shall Judge necessary ) Kit)' That I b. In denomination and become er! .( I IIH 1."I.lat uru and
| galeis and until I become con- and expedient.' of party, to enter upon due and payable follows.: whlih I nin h aldnvi I roimtlli'Mnv. I I duyii flr date hereof nn

d I that It cannot be made bet- this task. I shall Join with them The weather In TurkeyIs I''C.UI' on Aucust. I. 1031. and proof, jf full(lllllal", .h.1 l lie lt 11.the..rt In.wl.I III the. .iinderslKneii 1.1 dRY nf( /.p.n.b.r.
Juur.ul.
August llrst In II .
lie con tin ued. v Will Advise Congrese"I In the discharge of their duties during Molat and Mtiikny Ih,/years.n Una to IKOll Inclusive.each of .Hiinal I. und of I Ihn I I"ie.e I ItipruMfiitatlVKtt 1.,111. Ih.I..I, Huby BIU.n. and I,
.1.
I M In'.r W.
) Ii our In the coming winter and presentto It la required' that each "' deposit I whh.1 iiilrlvM .h..1 Immediately .."
new world theory that shall advise the Congress hilt females In bloomern 0,1.1 I I Ilio j.m ', untiyHhowlnir t B.n. deceased will apply, lo the

Inmimt exists for the people as accordance ,with my constitutionalduty Congress immediately upon its Make old men feel ptrky. heck with bin In bid lh..amount"'."h I.r'of StlOU"I .*00 rIllleci -. thu, :Introducllon t I of the :hill Honorable ileo A... ( .. (t'ouiily u'

Pit tbe convening the solution recommended Which .. how ii var, 1..hll"lol I I of JIII" In ,and r. Ir.lror,1 'UII'Y. I
old
world conception of whatever changes I deem While over In China .I..k .hlll. forfeited to the I""vll.d. or upoclal for an ., .r at prlvnt 4

the people exist for the 'ov-' 'necessary or expedient.' It will by the body of men best fittedto The, In Ueiuiil of.r Plhl. "Tax'School ion on b-. alY ,. wh.. sun ,.local I r"'lulro'o tr sal. the iimllvliled, I )'1" h"I'.llo.r .
lner. hal ..1 .. the Xollowlnir
null minor
if
sat, he laid. then be for the people and the representatives render this signal service to the nut limited railways .No. In |h. event bidder for effect.that clnlll.ttl* HU.IIIU. a sllllil 1,1..vIHI.I not"bucotneopvritlv t. the IUII.< l>'lnic anil, .bvlnir .IIIllrnilforit

I* candidate reaffirmed his b. in the national and nation. I shall support the activities Serve ml'e on the diner. said, .nd. fall tn comply with thepui''haps. or rr.i'tlve until the name Crniiity. Florida, to-wltf
aKreemeur. liii. .
gs tbe soundnesi of "deliberate state legislature to determine ot this body until a satisfactory ", a bidder: will b* furnished: approving siiccassfl ". i.'e II "'.S I Sir.I or a,appiovnl I hv amajority North halt of iiuarler Northeast of, Northeast quarter

a of an Informed electorate." whether these changes -hall be law la placed upon the opinion' of bond uttoiticty, of national put I of I In! h.an iuallll|xlnctlon"d Ott"I.ctuu I Iei In alli-luuU..t Nmtlieust. ,,,1"11.1 of ,

eferred to the public issues bed mad." statute books." 1'1." without th 'hafC., Th. II[he'U.II".III t"'rll.ry ..iifToctfil by said HPiln *. Southeast ,,'II'.r. Neil, (ISOTowiinhlp 1)I)
.
TIIAIVKffectlve ElILE .rd r..rv.. I. reject (7 I. UU: ContulnInir -
.' I law.A "
HfJ or t.nll
to nr all bids. Ilcol I4.I '
the
any
voters In New York
"I believe in temperance, be Better HighwaysOn July Ifilli, trains will In nil i MO .1.
U -
W.
KIOKMTnrt
1 and added : continued. "We have not acblev.dtemp.r.nc JOINT JinHOUJTIOV Proposing Tli Id il7lh day A. D. 131. tt
the eubjact of transportationOov.rno' run tin follows: Chairman llourd of I Mi bile In. MHH. I'MAWM.Ouardlan ;.
10, Artl -
ii It t direct contact .with the h. strut Ion cif an Ainvndninnt ".el/l lflNI ,
:. under the present Smith said believed In.noour.Inlr JI'.I'dCOllnt of the .
No.1. Southbound loral due ( l Xll I I I J'.u I" la..n.
.r h.
1.1. )
C..11 1101
P < I Propone to coDtlriue In this t.m.rho mothers and fathers of the oonlrtictlon and ue ) "I.rl"a. $tate of Florida, 0 I Munition Hub Hatten ,. I. .
of modern nlxhwair to carry the ihort Starke 10:45: p. m. A''r'HT: ef J. W, .
palKn and If I ele II. It. WlnOlN8 ; AiithurlalriK the Olvl.lol ten. : .\
bulk
am :t.d.j.tJl young men and women throughout haul of miull commudltle and : .o'r. j
No. 11 southbound local due I Into ten
of (tVmntl
)
[ aid In marketing farm product. Hoard of I'nhllc Instructlun t".cl.l .
conduct to
of the Secretary
nation's affair this land know the anxiety and rIds. I .. l3Ct31..
B< laid he Auo of (r.at Importance, he *wild I I. Stark. 11:23 a. m. uf Jlr.dh.I'd County. 1''ovldlnl *, Their 11..lonor
would
strive to i&keaatton'5 which has been brought to Florida.Heal Tru.I.. 1'.rr
1 worry tb. development of transportation byocr No.2. Northbound local due (Ollli and J>utl*.: and for l evyIniC ll 3
( >
policy a reflection children's of waterway, which ar. till In .a
: them by their use > Jtarke 6:24 l.n.lt..H. and Collection of a DUtrlctKchool = i oa
I nation's nlshly undeveloped *tat.. : a. m. 1COFFINS
Ideals. Cleveland's for Mchnol I'urpo.es.He
liquor in a way which was unknownbefore .MITIfK: OF KI.K: No. It northbound local due
se. "Public Linked with waterway develop. It Resolved hy the Legislature & CASKETS '
t office Is a public prohibition. I believe inreverence ment. I. the control of flood. the .overnor Starke 3:06: m. I DeWItt C. Jones, mayor of of the State of Florida t : 1
t. now takes on new meaning. disregard aald. He decared that the two p. Tat the Amendment to :
tali for law. Today Republican ailmlnletratlon had waited No. 107 .0uthbouncllmled due Usrhe, Fla., by virtue oftthe au- Hretlon 10 r"l.wlnl XII of the Con- sad s Full Use e I ,

b. of the prohibition: laws Is insidiously for the MieilMlppI r..1.r: of :la tyer Starke 1 : % p. m. liorlty vested In me by law do Hlltiitli.il' of the State of J'iorida. r.. II I, 'IUndcrtakezs'

Republican party. today \ sapping respect for all Incited of taking; In hereby call an election to be held I.Un. to .du<.atl.n. he .meI. $uppli.. '
No. 109 northbound limited due
I'll' Jile important work. eubrnlttod
responsible ietree'J to and shall he .
for wide
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| dishonesty that baa honey- believe to be a great moral for flood r..llcf I Ii too email to make 101 leaves town by the qualified on the General Flectiun of ltepr.scn.
bed 1 Its administration.:' Cover of even a etart." Governor Smith a.. rted. Branch-No. voter. allvc to b* I held; In 1H28 for upiroval -
SlIIllh Issue Involving the righteousness 'Too much time has been epentin Starke 6:30.: ( a. m.; No. 102 ar- Tuelcay. September 11, 1928. for or r..lon. That ald H.o- em .4 n._
asserted.P conduct and the who shall the tor..0 al tfc* k,
our national pro nuabbjlns over pay purpose of electing the follown (lon 10 .m.nd.d no an I
I 2:10 .
Governor attacked the jIU" "IYI p. m. follow tentlea t* tatecranl* .isa.eUMIaVTBBID '
.clatr of children's morals. an ;
publican .' tection our Governor Smith pledfed himself "toprosreeilve. T. J. Orlffln. ( ofllcers! 10 The J Legislature l may BBCBaXMKM. t;. '
be prosperity. : The remedy U to be found In the .a liberal conservation One mayor. provide. for the rtlvlnlon of any couny i: ,

Republican part,!bat14' ijs fearless application of Jeffersonian policy based upon the came principle Three aldermen.One ( nr countIes Into convenient ndhoolllntrlrti C. JONES"V
1 which I have support In DEWIT
given
upon a |I to my (' TO ; und for the election biennially
myth tie
said. prliKlplee fee continued to allow the Htale of New York." and to fluhtcalnet "Orl HIUU.H.
clerk 'treasurer and tax of three school trustees, who FLA.
P" million men out of wo/i: for different habits and customs of lelHeh acrresilon "wherevert -- hold theIr onicm for two years I AlK K '
:e mdustries appeare and Irrespective of whom The Hoard nf linnd Trustee ofBradford collector.One .h. I who have the r
[ prostrate and wlOe- countr .. a" .hal .lp.rvl.'ol
4d different parts of the It may Involve County Klorlda. wil. assessor. of all V I
business discontent do, ;>Mt would "The source ; :. mustrsnain ralve bids till 3:00: o'clock f on tal Ihe wihin __ __ __ __ _ _
i prosperity he continued;" [ : "Some Immediate relief forever on't.utI ownerMp the 18th day of September A. It. One marshal '

>4p) come from aa amendment to theVol4lt.ad and centr. lifts at the of lice of the ...r.t.rl Inspectors of said. election : F;' A. tjV' '
[rosperlty to the extent that (IW, Benefit ; from development In the Hall In Htarke. ,
rily
It is law giving a scientific deflaltloa of water .. a* an to Scott, A. W. Anderson, It. S. : rvN'
unduly concentrated: anil, pw. Incld..t ... and at that 1m. publicly opened for We can charge
oat of""the alcoholic content of the regulation Colorado R" One light Urader.HldderH lumplirey. your HRS
equitably touched: .theJ: lV sU he said. should be .qultably distributed requeeted to ., YES 8
are 'hereun
I
e former Wd an Intoxicating beverage, the state havingrlrht ef ownership,< .bml In testimony whereof '
the ofTor for One Adam tlracler In t'
wag..earne
Indl'ldual business man,1'':' sild, "The present definition is admtttedy Uoveraor would Smith be the declaredIt policy of. his administration The fo..1 ... .r"e. the rIght to to subscribe my name and cause STORAGE BATTERY In ISmith's : _
mach .
unscientific. hid
mol' Smith. '", 1 Inaccurate and to develop a operation reject all lie seal of the said town to be _

Pllbllcan ,\f : state would then be allowed to flx for Muscle. Shoals : fcgf would K. M. 1IATTMKW8.Chalrm. hereunto affixed this the 8th day
leader have.triad to some fairrevenue
reclaim for the government
't altnUoll Its .wm' standard of alcoholic eon- from the enormous sxpendN C A. FUTCIf.Secretary. of August, A. D. 1%
from the real stt"n -17-5t-'.14OTK'KTO ,
by tent subject always to the proviso tare aJready made h* said. JONES StarkeFla.
J8WITr
W a propa aads of oTern-; that that standard could not exceed His Labor Policy Mayor

economy, be asserted. HlltttKNNTh Garage !
e PubHcan-'party the maximum fixed by the Con- Turning; ti O the lab. lu.tol. Oov. % ATTEST:
promised
p ernor Smith said:
.. C. A. FUTCH.
'Jatlon of the lovernmeet' gre. "The reasonable contentment Board of Itond Trustees of _
Lid yet .1 believe, moreover that there those wb* toll with the condition 1-o Brndford County )Klorlda will 1'.. City Clark. 8-10-CI-9-. -
after Mv.n yearte submitted to the people der which they live and work I I. _, bid till 2:04): o'clock P. on -
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should be )
tare to worse !than It ie urernor Inr the ***entlal basis of the .Uon.. ..U. the IStb) day tit Meptember !>. Tin' =: : ,:.- --- yJ.
the question of some change In MlneT The welfare of a. 1S5*. al the of the bl :0'11.."prf'. YON :

provisions of the lltb .mendment. therefore, demands governmental a>t the City Jr'n" Htsrke. -:: X I. "' rf r

Smith pointed to the rn- when the esrn fo the legitimate Interest o Ja.or and at that lima bide will _
'In federal Certainly. .o one foresaw Iclly opened for, r lIVEN That _____
alt: approprte>tloe. tmendmont was ratified the condition la the governor said la One Five Ton Caterpillar. Tractor.Illdder A.JtTI.t: Tax Certificate R. DAVIS & CO. i. .
blch. -uln of July. A. P. 15341 .
he .
said the offlcUl of bootleg : will b. .. .M' "Mbit _
which calM today .t uf-
complete devotion to the In my
nun answers "We haven pledge a )It offer fur one Beat Tractor cerC"rat.
only. glDC. eormptloa and open violationof welfare of cur country and ou peoU In trade. his> mind mod for tax

economical admlnlstra of the COIIII'tn' > I place that welfare every The Board reserve the right to eeil to Unite thereon In accordance "
the law in all parts eotwlderevtlon, J am .* .- with law Said eml"ruces
an relect' an or all bids ..rll.al. INSURANCE
"e"rt Tbe people themselves boald.. ta a. U.t party to a position to K. H. MATTHEWS he following .,. prol"rl. I ,
<
that there la no pe fT : trial be To that end There and situated In llradford ,
'fIlor after ttli eight years o countrymen, Ch.lra. ut,
Smith declared. now declare t my f.lu. Ida. to-wit.
to whelber existing freoi on. th Valt" Staleto C..FI'Cf H,,utha.st of No..thw.t
tar permitted say l-T-'t--I4 q.art.1 _
filing> ) a summary of tie: be rectlaad. IpevsonaJiy the other, that I will myself H..r.lar. nuarter nf quarter ESTABLISHED 1886 t t -
.hould I AGENCY
eondHioa aad that
ment flaanc.a.h. poUUd out with a t. power .a.r. ten 14 TownshIp S, South, Hans'
U I believe in aa amendment 1 the service 01 great 'OTIfr 33 Kant: 1 Acre .

atalast the.claim of tax r. 1Iame.dmlntwhlch would __ .- .1il. as..."nient of said prert. "
the r.p
i. .. "if e o. tn the Circuit Court of the Twen. und the .*!*! iv setJhtrale STARKE FLA. 4"
'y.ll"el Judicial Circuit of the l$0 time name ol Unknown. .
KlorWa, In and Bradford 1'nleM aaM .rtlfl.,a.. shall bedaemed ,
Florida.Special 0 according to law, tax I -r" ". I.
County, 0..0 "
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lax: School District amber will Issue (fcaxoa OB toe 10th d -. : L. .

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+ liquor questions as a strictly party issue. We agree with I I Congressman R. A. "Lex" Green. sMel -------.c
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished Always the Job. he did every- .
on
Senator George, too, when he says that even though many thing In hie power to assist the .I tl

1877Published wets may vote for the Democratic nominee because of his per- establishment of tbe unit here.

-- .., -. -- .- -- ---. .. -- sonal views of prohibition, no dry "need have the slightest apprehension Sending telegrams and correspond' _

Y Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class concerning the repeal of modification of the prohibition fug with Chief of Staff.! Charle P / .
of
Summerall, tbe secretary war.
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida laws/ . Two-thirds of the congress must agree and Dwight F. Davis, members of the :/ \

s"' ', E. S. Matthews\ _____________________Owner and Publish three-fourths of the states must ratify any change in the House Military Affairs committee. lF. ==- .. I
isrl l i it Hull Congressman Virgil Chapman VV ::::--.,. .......
_____________ Managing Editor organized law. Not more than one-fourth of the states have I
i J. C. Robinson______.__.___ Democratic member, chairman of eec
3 I1 -- ---- -- desired or now desire a change in the law. Through the next the house military committee and p i ......: .
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: SUBSCRIPTION RATE century three-fourths of the states cannot be induced to con- Congressman Frank James oC ,

;> sent to change in the eighteenth amendment. Not mor Michigan a powerful factor on tho "
any
I Yearly, $1.50( ; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance Republican aide of the military affairs r A New --
I Advertising Rates on Application. than 15 per cent of the congress: favor a change. Prohibition committee. "Lex" Green did Jra,

Of: .. ._ -- -- .. --. -- ---- -,- is not an issue, but if it were an issue it would be a futileone. everything in his power to secure
4 I the unit for Florida so let's give
In Chicago it is safer to walk. him credit: for his efforts, and the .
e o Of the other principle objections of his people to Cover big part he played in securing: the T ire Servic

+ r nor Smith, Senator George's arguments are equally impressive unit for the stale-Gainesville
Those fool-proof planes will be like the same make auto-
F ( f "It is feared by some sincere Democrats that Governor Evening News.
f long time coming. ---o- As distributor of the! new HOOD
-0-0 ..._ Smith will be controlled by Tammany. The leading Itepub ETCETERA: a( ( Tire were' authorized to serve you SUPREX

r rd lican papers of New York concede now that Governor Smith ,the HOOD ASP. Plan. undo
t, The Republican expected surplus of $252,000,000 proves
? has controlled Tammany, and the fact that he refused to run Under this plan when you put on SUPREX
d r to be a deficit of $94,000,000. Too bad that some folks cannot lira
r r't''' + Q :on a ticket with a man of great influence (Hearst) and saidto distinguish between boost and 'W.your give wheel;your tires aliment regular. a!We inspection keep We chec

is Tammany that he would not appear on the ticket with sucha boast. traight. Vfo tires about YOur "mt.
? Starke keeps building. Before one new project completed equalize wear. s
man indicates beyond question that Smith controls Tammany -
another one is started.Jlcre'8 C This service is
Is Hollywood's latest absolutely
Croquet FREE
.. and that Tammany does ;not control Smith. His public
O pastime. Those wicked motion ndserviced
record shows that of all the heads of departments of government .
picture folks!
hoping Gainesville will not get any Big Bertha. Your tires
in the state of New York only three of them are from month. are against accident for |IS J
with that artillery consignment. I
N the city/of New York and not : one of them is a Tammany An orange colored alligator Only authorized HOOD<; dealer offer
aWhile with white spots was captured recently HOOD Standard ServIce you the
the question of "How wet is Al?" is going the man. near Daytoua. That kind of wrapped up in the lire

.. Vr rounds how is Hoover. As for the religious objecl ion, Senator George believe thing Is all right if you are used b Como and!*eeu*about it today. ........
out
figure dry "'1'0""' .
+ that Governor Smith would be 10 more guilty of religious favoritism lo It. but any time we see orange

o in public office than outhern Democrats should be olored alligators with white spots
Bradford county again carries the title "Florida's Straw. we're worried.
guilty of it in judging his owrl qualifications for office. "Hi COURTESY SERVICE STATION
Center. to retain it. -
.4 berry Help our growers
public record as governor of the. greatest state in the, Union Now that we have several solutions -

a reveals the fact that of guranteed to drive mosquitoes )
68 imporant! apppointments made by
t Criminal libel proceedings will be started against per from our summer resorts it is D. A. MONTE IT II, Mgt. .
aim to commissions and agencies of
government. 56 have
sons and organizations distributing a bogus fourth degree' up to some one to compound a
t a been Protestant or non-Cathol c..01 the 15 members 01 deadly spray for golf bugs bridge Starke, Florida'
a, n oath of the Knight Columbus.
i r l o his cabinet, 112 of them are Protestants, 'one a Jew and two hounds and early morning bath.

I are Catholic. His private sec etary, through whose trusted ers.
Bradford county red-headed girls have been invited to enter --

t + the Red Head Beauty Contest to be held in Jacksonville ir. hands his most intimate pers nal and official matters must Where la the editor/ who doctm't Don't. Alosquitotuo oiite-Kill/ Them/

pass, is a Protestant and a 32nd degree Mason." think just a little more of his pa-
connection with the Ribault celebration. '' _and k.ep them Bee Brand lns.CiPow.d.rorLlquidkillaFllaAnte.Roach.e.Poultry. .
away.
I Io Against what he consider the little weight of these I per after glancing over the exchanges i I nEB BRAND
his desk?
on
k Southern fears concerning Alfred E. Smith Senator I.ic.Mo.quitoaeFlmB.d8ugsandoth.rinfowd .
George Lq.dnets.Won'tapotoretsin.Uaapowd.ronplants
f Is:: there anything prettier than a girl's big, brown eye 10.II u. SOC"I.
t when they looking straight at ? Times-Union. Mos asks his people to balance wljiat* the Republican party has AmbitionI'd and pets. Write ta for FR.EE insect booklet. If soar/'s.oo size
are one -
? meant and still means in misunderstanding of Southern prob- like to own a big kodak dalr can't lupply.w*will ship by parcel: post, JOe ((5.....G..I) J!.
; any color eyes will cause man to rave like that. And take a picture of a yak pric..nam.tt. McCOIlMlClC&CO..Baki aoce.M4.
r .ems, in corrupt practices in Southern states, in attempts to
--0 Upon a mountain side.
r
That paragraph about suspenders coming back in styli wake from Southern hands the administration or settlement Or does the yak live on a plain
I jf delicate and vital Southern questions. Perhaps It's in the river Seine.
d''r df' 1 dn is slightly in error. A man who wears suspenders is nol t really can't decide.
? George of Georgia has faced( Florida
squarely with the is-
,, t P thinking about style; he is worried about his pants. Well anyway when I was thru
Pi o iue of its own loyalty. The loyalty for which he pleads is not I'd go and photograph a gnur

I jne of more sentiment or hope ,of spoils but one of vital inter- ) else the Klffle Tower,
For the sake of the Hoover has white
negro vote put And then the pyramids and Sphinx I \JCYyAp
ast and stern It'is
principle. not itself
but
loyalty the reas-
employees, men and women, under negro bosses. Still we have Cairo too (although It stinks
people in the South who call themselves "Hoover Democrats.' I ions for loyalty that he so ably.puts.-John Temple Graves in As< some fermented flower). oDOA

Jacksonville Journal. )h yes. I'd kodak aa I went
l
{ o ...._ Like boresome pests who seem
Being personally acquainted with W. J. Howey, Republican I -- '-- -- hell-bent

a candidate for governor, the statement by the Mlam. Dn filling memory books.

l,' M Post that Howey is making the race "as a publicity stunt fOI Nho come at you both day and LAWN MOWERS
night
I FROM OTHER PENS 'II'IIMajor
r |fits real estate development" makes one laugh. Mr. Howe) I \nd snap you left and snap you RUBBER GARDEN HOSE
"
"i.. was host to the newspaper clan at the Clermont session, anc -.r. right
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fiendish looks.
had the Miami Post editor attended he would have formed the Douplte your
1' But I'm afraid before arrives DeWitt
+ lluuple must be l> Jones
a e
moral. particular for the Democratic
same opinion as the balance of the scribes did-that Howe .-.Starke Telegraph. If The time I Bee Parisian\ dives
you ticket from! the top to bottom. And
a # + is regular fellow and a capable business man. But at that tad Bald Tammany Democrat vfrevoulil besides, our name Is on the roll Or fish with purple tine

he will not be the next governor of Florida.BENEFICIAL nay amen! lie has the nose down at the Methodist church. Out I'll grab my kodak-grip It hard. HARDWARE
til right.-Apopka Chief.O father before us was a Southern And dash around to our back yard

I o O i Methodist preacher and alwayb And.. photograph- -- .our- .-twins.. .- .
;i ,( : RIVALRY Bfllllutlon with Tammany la a taught ua to respect the other fel

% I Bradford county'has taken from Hillsborough the straw 'eaaon for not aupuitlng Smith ,low's religion whether It be Catholic '. .
he optlou( Is offered of uuppoitlujablnet Jewish Protestant or what
berry .
V i t production crown, producing 25 per cent more berries
members who Bat at the not.-Gainesville !Sun.
this year than the west coast that maintaineo
county so long ulna council table us Fall 'ftli< u--

its leadership. I'olll county has undisputed sovereignty at Jauglierty.--Tampa Times. It might be well for all South-

I 1 the richest agricultural county in Florida while Seminoli -pAccording -- : i jrn drys to read the following 1 v-,
statement of Senator Harris .
ol
, to the
Home dlstlnulahliig -
pig VL .i leads in truck products. ; mark of a Democrat Ui Jeorgla: "It 1( I thought Uoveruoi .... .

r e, These facts, contained in a report by L. M. Rhodes, state red none.---Starke Telegraph,. :Smith would do anything to Injure .

4 ,l marketing commissioner, are encouraging. If Florida coun row we understand why tho I'al the cause of prohibition 1
Y net to News Isn't willing to ailmillegrueu :should certainly not support him
i4s ties'will continue their rivalry, growing more berries, fruit I into the imrty.-Mlum But I know he will enforce the .. t,

rot '+ and vegetables, increasing acreage, improving and developing leach Sun prohibition !laws better than the ...r... 1 r

crops, this state will benefit largely. --o- .lepubllcans have done since the) I
tic Florida4\ open hearted In erjrythlng. lave been In power-the Republl
Perhaps sectional rivalry is almost as much needed foi Last week It presented an: enforcement has been a complete

? ',' t agricultural development as organization is needed among tht .South Carolina and Georgia with farce. Governor; Smith
citrus men for profitable marketing of their "*hat was left of the storm.-- ,lien elected will have nothing to
crops. Jradford County Telegraph. But I Jo with changing the law anyway.
a ; 1 t If that is so, we hope that the rivalry becomes apparent .he gift was returned with Inter. i That Is the power of Congress and _.i -

V at once and that Hillsborough_ will)) set out with determinatior jst.--1'alm Beach Independent.l'I'olOnentit Congress:: la growing stronger ev-
Vr to outuo o -- -- jry year for prohibition."-
liradford and that Bradford will make a grim effort
f Gainesville Sun.
of state division
to retain its new title; that Orange county will seek to ousl ihould have started work before -0-

'-V t I ;ttt Polk and that each of the producing districts will) seek to show .he present system If highways The Ocala Star suggests state Labor

its superiority over some other. It would be good fun for the permitted the people of one'section highway patrolmen but the Tampa Day
? ( and from getting acquainted with other Tribune says the people have
growers would be
1 profitable to themselves
and Florida
as .mris of the state.-Starke Telegraph. enough/ tax burdens now. Both are

,. ,t I well.--Jacksonville Journal.SMITU'S One very good rt'llIlOIl.'aim .- right. We agree that the tax burden -

4 e q a ( Beach Independent. is heavy, but If.....the people
1 i i --- ---o------ paid their taxes and quit kicking
s CANDIDACY FOR PRESIDENT The silliest bunk being handedjut about them being so high we'd I On this clay we pay tribute to'the dignity
It l
F The" South. swept today with "confused alarms o fstrug- during thla campaign ia thai\ Je a lot better off. trouble is, the
"
1'
t gle and flight" in its political thinking, has heard iJemocruts are more favorable to Jellow who kicks about high taxes and nobility of labor.
no more
.Iquor than the ta the
Republicans usually onewho
balanced and patriot call to reason than that of her own man, Jtarke Telegraph. Right you are. imes' as much land as owns he really ten Labor is the backbone of the nation, the

George of Georgia, at Tampa last Saturday. In what he said The Republicans like their boon needs and wants ten times as much

t there was neither the bigtory that sometimes opposes nor the is well as we do.-Palm Beach In .or it as the other fellow can afford I factor that builds our resources ,.and provides
dependent. to pay. A good many of our
opportunism that sometimes endorses Alfred E. Smith. '-0- .axpayers are land poor, though our citizens with the necessities of life.

ills plea for Southern loyalty to the national Democratic If the reformers are right about come of them don't seem to realize

{ :I ticket .I lodged on two major premises-(1)( ) that 'the long Jig young those generation like demano it.-Wauchula Advocft.te. It is to the drawers of water and the hewers
.or two volumes "What fctfouuR -----o- "
i principles of the Democratic party are of no more importance:; Girl Should Know" auc X fisherman at Jacksonville Beach of wood that we all must be grateful for the

to the South than the Southern objections to the personal liquor 'What a Young Man Should felt a nibble at his hook pulled up I .
. views of the caught prosperity this enjoys.
party's standard-bearer and((2)) that a party Clermout Press. A volume on I ten-dollar bill saga a story in country

defeat through Southern default this year would gravely what they do know should prove .he Florida Times-Union. Oh The habit of saving is the laborer's greatestasset.
threaten the further existence of the party. aumdlnger.-Lake Worth Herald well! It Deems that the fish-story

{ As for prohibition, he points out what we personally have Those good--o dry Democrats wht :looked eaaon ia at here.tat-fiah Police In an Chief Alabama Wood i I It protects him from want and dependence

; believed ever since Governor Smith's acceptance speech- lave gone over to the Republican creek when he was on his vacation. I in old
age..
that the question of change in the liquor( laws is not and can- surly. lock stock aud barrel probably V. team of oxen was hitched to his ; V .
hold their noses very morn- ins, but the mammal pulled them I
t not be a party question. "Opinion We welcome which maybestarted
upon prohibition, declared ug when reading press dlspatchet nto the water. The governor call- : new accounts

the nominee "cuts squarely across the two political parties.I ibout the rottenness that la coning id out the Alabama National I with

There are thousands of so-called wets and drys in each. The to light In dealing out postofilcest uard and they shot the cat-Dan .".. one dollar.BRADFORD .
to the highest bidder in lu it* stomach were discovered the I
i t ; platform of my party is silent upon any question of change southern states. -- Ocala Star. : earn of oxen two teams of horses i .. '. t,.

; ,, in the law. I personally believe there should be a change and Shu! that has been known for tlu ; t couple of buggies a Ford coupe ,

I shall advise the congress in accordance with my constitu- ,act fifty yean, and Ocala has had l bicycle three tables a deck of ,*> COUNTY BANK
t ta share of it.-Palm Beach Inepeudent. :ard and a box of poker chips- A- .
tional of whatever
duty changes I deem
necessary or exped not to mention tbe bones of seven .
*i a ient. It will then be for the people and their representatives -oAn -- men. All right, Don Lochner and V V Bradford County's Financial
Stronghold
a in the national and state legislatures to determine whether annoymoua letter warns us Jlggs. It's your move.-Miami i I
against supporting1 AI Smith and Beach: Sun.
+ n these changes shall be made." ._ I
caters to us as being/ a Catholic. -pIn I
ei rw We agree with George and Hake Smith of Georgia Glass Fur 'the benefit of the writer of' )passing out all the credit for I STARKE, FLORIDAP.to.

i 'and Byrd of Virginia arid Daniels and Morrison of North Carolina the unsigned epistle we wish 'to securing/ the field artillery R. O. T. I
say that we are not supporting Al C. unit for the University of FlorIda -

q 3 .** .. &,and... .;..theseivords,.*, of.Gtrrernor-SmithVclearly remove the, mlth In particular, but are lit, dou't overlook..r .our..Mwra progressive- .:I.-...-rT.7T' ,.-" .-- '-


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