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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 7, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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OCTOBER LAST DAY 13 TO IS Florida Papers To Join COMMISSIONERS MEET /MONDAr Farming Under Mulch Paper YON IS OUT '.;Iil "( ,; 't



PAY POLL TAX: In Big Special Editions The board-of county commissioners Found Successful in Florida FOR ENTIRE. .I; '""J ,( ''

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PARTY SLAT Il
of Bradford county, Florida ',
met In regular session Monday Strawberry Yirld Greater by New Method ; Other '
following opinion baa been Giving! Facts On State
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the Attorney General In Sept.: :3rd. 1928 with all members Crops Increased 73 to 691 Per Cent "
given by Only Carlton: Green SilentHiultli ,
r regard to computing the final datesof present as follows: Louis I It Government) Reports. Hiiix rt. 'tj''r 1 1a

paying poll taxes, as well as Dutu From Slate's; Official bsdl ... FLORIDA Hill Chairman, J. L. Undeihlll.: | > '

the last day on which voters may trial Survey<< to ne! Basis of ADVANCING J. G. Crews; L. R. Galney and I G. Florida I truck farmers will have .Federal ()o\.c llulc Tampa, liept 1--CongresiaTom i '

' register prior to the general elect- Slorli-s. Prrpurtil on Florida Hy W. lllnsou a new aid lo I the production ot Is Not Applicable A. Yon. of the third dlstr'i' '
Noted 1 i': litor. Minutes ot lust meeting read >
227 Revised General < tills
their In iiiuUlipaper
' Ion; "Section crops season lust back from a northwest*
Statutes provides that I the (South Florida Developer) and approved. ----a product which has dciuiiimtraled Although tour with the laud committee 'it ', 4 -
government<< magnum
Nearly four score Florida Newspaper editors In various A letter from Chas F. Pace roiiornlng 4'
books for general papers value for
exceptional :
registration lona! piohtbflliift the shooting of be( house joined In Florida'sir1tgatlon
will Join in Issuing "Know F'lorl3elter" 1'. rte of the country are worrying taxes! was considered and ('
elections shall close on the second bringing; about greater crop yieldsand ilnven during: September have been In Washington, by decl'l.lng '' y
a.tout Klorldu. They are seeking will be made later.If '
of the month preceding special editions the last adjustment I educing cultivation touts. lie will the | ,' ds '+
!Saturday account for tile why lifted the elate came laws pro- that support dS': ,
in each In which lart of October, using us the basic: J reason poHBlble. Plant Clly strawberry gl'ower"have "' 'jv i;
year of crane ticket "all the way"
the day hlltlts the shooting!: the birds, t
election." ,news matter a series of stories Florida "In a year of depression, Mr. J. It. Pollard appeared before achieved exceptional reniilts 4 4ft.
(here Is any general except during I Inn. open season This leaves only Congrea or
,
'written by I the noted former editor cts the Cleveland plain Dealer puts the board In regard to adjustment with mulch '
"This period of time Is computed paper glertfied<< In the Florida gama reguUtloim : A. Green not openly declat'i 1 t 'r
>t Nation's Business! Groavenor it, managed to Jump from a position of his taxes. Said n taking over the periodof paper typo Jordan, n. Itoyull etagame ( Governor Smith, Senator R-(
Cot
by deep (Sown; in the lists ol will\ bo made later if .
Dawe who has Just completed titate's '
Is lml In \
4 r o. IIHU'yroollng
one month Immediately prloi first official industrial stales to second place In the percentage possible farming and fresh water fish conmiselnner neon and the balance ot the d*,,!I':
sur
In that It comesrolls in
ascertainIng pupor. advises In letter from ,1Kor 1
November 6th and u Icrallo ticket. I
to These stories free from the of increase In federal Income Hon. before
ey. J. I B. Crews appeared 36 Inchcit' wide and li I Im head Tallahassee.
the second Saturday, which usual "booster" hot tax payments for the fiscal Mr. qmulers at elate offices only Doyle t ,
flamboyant the board\ lu behalf uf and pervious It IN laid between the Mr. stated that p
occurs during the period from October I year of 1\128\ as compared with Royall many ?arson, gubernatorial nomlnj ( c
ilr that usually dominates special( Mrs. Moody and asked that they rows ot crops, or lu Home t'IISeb hunters believed that the llftlniaf ;[ a ,
6th to November 6th hi editions will tell In businesslike the previous year Florida managed the roll omulns silent, his entire cabln'i ,
be
I a placed upon pauper It IK lined lo cover Ihw I entire r the federal bun on shooting |
foi I
October'13th. This Is the day Nay of the existing situation in to Jump above such states I as game was considered but postponed round and holes an cut Into I Ihe the Ibblyde o-be announcing their desires i 'j
registration of electors for the general Pennsylvania, Illinois, California, doves\ opened season on rapport Smith and Robinson, n ;', ,
Tlorlda and coming from the pent for further Investigation. for planting/ the crop
paper
I In Florida." This U not tht
and Is the date I orwhlct (
election Michigan Ohio and Massachusetts, Senator Duncan U. Fletcher a(')
> Mr. Dawe and bearing the ,
Application received asking that roHultliiR fioni out th
district reglstratioii :The advantage* use, thn letter pointed as *
Herbert J Drane
the 7on ,
to the of thereauury reHsinan
according
lose. i tamp of approval of the state d lelartment report the name of Mamie Plylor I colored. I he line of mulch I paper In farming. Bte game law I ftxos tho 1 legal per (' ,
books will department. New Yorkas he way for the congrasslorf
of agriculture( are ex- be placed upon the pauper roll as described by local( agricultural: Ind for shooting for paying pol'taxes usual remained at the head r of troup t both nf them ofln'Ing th,"> +
"The last day ected (o net a new ideal for ape! c. / laid { w,
Upon motion tha matter wee authorities urn many It elemjiiates HOB>u>n opens November 20 and r
\Is the fourth Saturday preceding al edition wilting In Florida the list, one-third of the country tervlces early after the Hou M|(. y yonventkn
over for further Investigation. the need for Mill+ cultivation to closes January 31.
rir
the day of the electlor /payments having been contributed i It) /
This paper Is one of the coiperatlng Honda of J. n. Bapp and Lonnle keep down weetla. It greatly( t reduces r
which also falls on October 13th. :jy that stale Shortly afterward, Mrs. U'Jryan I1
I papers and feels that Crawford as deputy sheriff were \ the necessity for I Irrigationof !: [Rally to Be Held
dl'I
Owen joined them
GHONVEItOIt DAWK HAS FAITH! he Issuance of such a special edit- "The advance In the position -of presented and approved cropn, on the paper holds thtinnltiliire. j 4
hen Park ..
IN FlAmiUA'8 OIIOWTHllawm on Just: at the time selected when Florida In a year of depression The following were placed upon In Ilia soil. The pupei' On Friday Night Senator IJ-amtnil
charm Senator Walter V. Oeo ;p' .,
he eyes of nation will naturally I here can be explained only I In the widow's penolon fund:: Mrs. even naves money 'by Hearing nwa> i *

l"redlctlon'on Populatloi teg in to turn to Florida will find Arms of chauges/ In the official res- Chrla Padgett I, $3.CO per month birds. which eat beeda and damage tialncavllle; Fla., Sept .1.--Th< ippeared eland. In bin home town I|||i iCongrermman )<|II t t'w.ak t' q

Figures Hlme 1I OO-Imlimtrlal V receptive field for somethinghat deuces of well-to-do taxpayers Mrs J. A. Howe, $3,DO per month; ('rope, University 1 of Florida's "sw In. Yon was ratP'

Kur tmoBphero such as the storlctttased here In \largo numbers on the Mattle Wilson. $17- of night Keplembei ;
month; Mrs. B. n. lleatlierliigton, Grant vllltt next\ Filduy earned hurt that one .liloubt r
any
'Florida la a great area. It ha: on (the Industrial survey are March tux filing day," says the 60 per month; Mrs. J.V.. Gaitkins. ounty was poslbly one of\ the first 7, when local alumni with thou for a minute lila attitude1 shoij'!)!' I hlt 'a,
round to produce. tlaln Dealer In attempt to explain month Mm. Lou mulch Bradford lllchrlal *
north an 21.00 per ; fanners In Florida to use from Levy As dnmocratlQ congreasmai''i,' ,'
marked progress a u 'i
made went and it fait The absence of the usual "hot the riddle It characterizes anna Griffls, $17.G0) per month ; Taper He lined It several yoart Hid \Dixie will he. bouts to "th said how expectotlti !' I*
and >e can you I
east ,
south,, lbx Florida's performance "'au 'ln $a.GO strawberries nnd four horsemen" and to Dr. Johr Il
Important future i! lr" and "exaggerations" as tpr Mrs. Isabella' Lang per ago on a crop of nan me voting and supporting ill< ] ylemocratlc R l ?
tlll\
a more'one and Indivisible' 1 li > pec ted to create a more favor ng" heading Its editorial comment month; Mrs. L. D Dorinan, $3.60 obtained the greatest yield he had 1. Tiger(, new university presl ticket all tha waytjl)' 4l

It remains Its rea ..b18 reception for theue edltlont :. "Florida, There She per month; Mrs. Annie 1>:. Ward )vel' had. Other strawberry farm lent. This announcement war I +'1

spirit when facing" very which In the whole will carry .stands! 3.50 per, month; Mrs. Jda ''Wig- ors In tho \Plant City: section olIllllaborough luau last night by R. It, Colson NEW PAN ton :J'',

present problems. 'lorlda's story to mora than a half The Plain Dealer apparently f lognorunt ?;Ins $14.00 per month; Mrn,.Rell county have tried president of the AUcim Count)) TAKES CHAIW1t '

This la a general conclualoi nilllon people within the state and of the fact that the Thomas '3GO per month; Mrs. mulch paper on a small scale, and I"lul'ldll.lllllmlll club.(

reached in an' exhaustive Industrial ut of the state. lucers of .Florida's $120,000,000 pro- Mamie Mead. $7.00( per roAnth ; they are all entlniulautlc) over thrresulta Tim! rally which la not only for Rev. Charles H. Lowry 'of t|', i i.r

'survey ordered by the statt Mr. Dawe, formerly editor of worth egrlcultural and horticultural Mrs. !fettle Bennett $10.3 per which they have had fro il u mil I, but also students pros ramie, Wyoming, arrived In Star}

legislature of 192T and made pub he Nation's Business, has been of month; Mrs. Ruby Green, '$7.00 It, A much greater use of mulch pectlvn: students' and friends of last week and has Bsaumed ) "'! '
during the seasonf !!
lie' today; In a comprehensive volume ngaged for a year on an Indust- 1927-28 crops paid) taxes on a con- per month; Mrs. Clara Crawford- paper In strawberry farming r at 'Un university, will be held at the dutlea aa pastor of time ,6aitr4.; '|. | \ f

of 343 pages, Grosvenoilawe lal survey of the state under the \tlderable portion! of their season's $ 14.00 per mouth. Plant City la forccaut for tbl White! (louse hotel at 7:80: p. m Presbyterian church, succeodl. ji j;i J, d

makes big report to the commission Ulhority of the last session of thragislature The following reuolutlou adopt- coming season. Further" announcements will be Rev. It. A. Tucker, who reclnjlT, j joa 8
1928 fiscal
the ,
wools during
of agriculture, who in turi which authorized Com hat. mines fisheries and factories year id: Extensive experiments on the made during the week. account of III health seveit( ','ih,, f"

submit It to Governor Martin. Th" alssloner of Agriculture, Nathan and that That whereas under ft recent declolon use of mulch paper, conducted b) montha ago. The usual Sund'l I IMrvlves
pennies AN1)IIIN8
survey covers:, a year's work. ,layo, to have such a survey made, produced.bucists spent a few a, few dimes lu the of the Attorney General, the United States department r oliRrlcullur ntiYsSTOHK' will bn braid by Rev Loi 11!' ;

coiaulorin, have shown that II ; PROPERTY next Sunday, and at the i tl;'
PX,analysing; ,populaUo.1IIurel Mi. Dawe hag visited every Itsj between -January. 1, 1927, where the tax any ry '
sines 1900, Mr. Dawe forecasts I ounty In the state personally' ind ty January 1, 1928. ounty never has. under. thw low will reduce cultivation'. COHIS and ulog service alt the churches of I. ,j' t

population In 1930 .of 1,933,601 pending from two to five days 1I in more than $10.000( tax money on increase the yield on ouch trot" ,v. II. Andrews. Jr., of Lake town will take part lu a wtlooj; \,]{

and In 1HO.or 3,136,500.: tach county checking every angli band at any one time, the board da corn tomatoes, strawberries Sutler, lice piirchuued the ton to I the new mlnluter. tv1'e( 'I-qd

Much of. the report Is high(; f prospective and actual develop OPEN tluUoson: FISHI.NO8EJPTEM.UKH (of county commissioners may by peppers sweet potatoes lettuce, 'xilldlng; on the corner of Walnut Mrs Lowry and daughter < J } u'

complimentary to Florida's prop: nent. : 1 resolution to he approved by the carrots, spinach beets, pule helLoS, ind Ninth sheet formerly use
sounds warnIngs From the wealth of material he comptroller of the state of Florida, ituash, and radishes. the next few weeks J
but the analysis and later supply
reel, O. II. Hoiiiielt aj\ 1 ,
as been able to assimilate on thU The open season for catching have the bond fixed at $15.000. "'",dlll In Florldn CI.KUJIONT lODITOH VISITOR1'John

for. the future. urvey he la preparing under Mr :or sale of fresh-water fish taken That' we learn that the tax collector An advantage' In the line ot haadgsarleru by the Florldf C Lochuer, editor oftClermont ) P

"Florida must realize, the report layo's direction a series of thlrt;> rom Lake Okeechobee, Lake of this county cornea within mulch paper under I Floililu" farmIng 1.ltlht Mini Power Company. Mr Prsup, was In Stark, ; M

says, "that its vacant space rtlcles on Florida. These wll; 3eorge, the St. Johns River the the above ruling of ''the attorney conditions la that It will lirlng \ndrewu will makx. some repair!

must be pt productive use, or largt lithe orm the subject matter of Chi Juwaneo lllver to the fork of the eneral\. Now therefore, wok the crops Into production at an earllei '0 the building and. will put In I Scouts Return i ij

acreage will revert to the state pedal editions-along with th< last and went passes, the Wac- board of county commissioners of date than would be possible uncle large stock uf merchandise. lie limo ;

form of unsold tax certificates ,urely local matter that each will ssa. lllver to Cow Creek and the Bradford County Florida do ordinary farming pructlces. The of I hum succnMnful merchant'jf From Camping / ; !

"Florida cities must realUa:: tha omplle for Its own Melt.'RLD "arrabel! and New. rivers begins hereby recommend and ask that paper keeps the soil from 6 to 10 : Lake Hutler, uperattiiR a eton

the human beings within them th> leptember 1. The,open season In: the bond of the tax collector ofradford degrees warmer than It ordlimrll( ) there at the preueut, and he ex Trip k;
round need employment, si hese waters will permit fish to be Florida be fixed tho germlna / ,.
year FORCIRCUIT county, would be, buatening '0 be III readiness for opening hit t if ) l

as to'produce permanent growtland COURTEd aught and sold In the state under it t the sum of fifteen' thousand dol lion of seeds and the growth otthe tore here during the next week Galn svlll Sept, 2"lllgl t '' ,
the dally arrival of nev i saltwater license. Fish caught h. plants. Tho rapid germ)! "

wealth through the transformatIon u time waters sell annually for IFS.Edmond: Chandler, pauper, reoported nut Ion young and growth is an Important' LIGHT; -SEILVIC1 INTJo.U.nUPTBU : lucceaoful which In every the Hoy way Scout, ;was cat, ,,1''

of resources, native and Imported and Brooks Itlgdou. rest I nore than 9.1000.000. dead and his name ordered Item with Florida vegetable growers way In week .( r
U lake lust .wl'
,' Into usable form." 'cuts of the Wateroak section itrlcken from the pauper roll in the 001 mid-aumme Klngley Scout Executive A,1{)I'bigger"

"Florida must break away fron ere given a preliminary hearlnj CLU11 ENTERTAINED 7,50 was allowed on burial ex months, when the first; vegetable*r "'ermed; by Drowtie ot the Ock', j? r,
,
contented acceptance of exaggerated n a charge of arson Tuesdas: penses. ')t\ the market command: the high During the heavy rain Tuesday waha council "r'

figures and exaggeratd praise fternoon before Judge Geo. A Many colored garden flowers Yancey Williams was recommended ist prices. jvenlug, the lighting!: service of the "Th boys had a splendid tiind r,

which produces a misguided at lardiner. They were arrested 01 ind ferns formed the decoration as being eligible< to the The Idea for the nun ot mulch own wad cut off when two wirer learned a great deal ab(! ,

tltude of mind as to the ease wit) warrant charging them with th 'or the rooms of Mrs. W. M. Wain hoof for the deaf and blind atn apes! In farming originated with( tt the t corner of Court and Madl welt" Mr. Brown 1 ''i I

which productive life can be Ilvei turning of the dwelling of Rile] vrlght's' home when she enter. t, Augustine Florida. *n American named ,,Kckurt: InHawaii. ion streets crossed ami, burned<
In Florida. Ffqi'lda must cealt, 'lxon on the night of Augus' alned her afternoon\ bridge club The board by unanimous vote Ills experiences' with two. Power was shut off, wily presenting every troop < i iifnbavllle

Playing/ up as generally true thi 6th. After a hearing of testimony Thursday, went on record as not favoring mulch paper! In pineapple! farming tho exception of the street lights took part In the o"j',' ',

tremendous results which met Irooks Itlgdon'was released fron High prize went .to Mrs. N ti\y suggested!: changes! In I the gasoline revolutionized the pineapple pro until the break could be repaired ng held at the Tlpton place. ,'r, '
here and there get from concentrated and Ed: Itlgdon held foi tax law that Island. th service was resumed at
ustody Uernberg and was a box of Coty'c Juitlon on nd In Dell Jernlgan, who Is Just a .
work on small areas o Ircult court under bond of $300 lustnlg powder. Mrs. N. I). Wainvrlght 'fho folowlnx bid were receiv The department of agrlculturr!: :3 I o'clock. TnliiPsvllle can perhaps boast }

land. The moat serious Injury tha :lol. D. E. Knight representet made second high score ed I for furnishing wood for courthouse )t the United Stales has conducted --ItllltrKlD; ; youngest Eagle Scout In l | "t'e

has been done to Florida U In creating he state, Col. A. S. Crews the de 'rid was awarded a box of Houbi- and Jail: L. A. Donnelly, experiments with mulch paper{ foitha .,\\101 HOOVI.Il:4.M7',1NIl/t: .IIUU.I;( United Hta ten, Mr. Brown ei't' 4 1 ,
l,0.
the Impression that he wh endants ;ant face powder. $7.00( per<< cord; L. C Clemmons pant four years and find that Uelt completed hln testa for t.llatlnctlon >
wealth out of smal cord Jim Rosier, $7.46 plant with lh, cal'
produces great served fruit 17.00 per : It stimulates every -Charge In scouting at the I ,,
ON Wainwright
Mrs. Au30.
Ml'NNT'; -
ATLANTA, (
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Intimated to inflnIty. H. M, Mott, $7.60 per pnunuts'rhelr growth
can be cord; of IThn
acreage per exception Mr. Brown paid -
week
j
MTATK: ROAD. herbert and rake to her guests. I Herbert (Hoover Republlcac last
that
It not be done. jordf J. A. Howard $7.50> per about 40 per cent
,part: Mendames O. ; It decreases scare shortest Urn In which a \
The player were candidate an
I
residential
"Florida must quit spretfdlni I jordX Everett Green $800 per This!! decreases, the departmentutys. attain thin honorijne
CouMtriu: 'tlon I Beusley A. Z. Adklns,. Edward revoked a long ould poiislbly
Better day Sum IIl'lIl't"ltulltt i. Lee $8.00) per cord: In the fact that .ary of commerce
'hard-time' stories lord ; Morgan Is explainer
and three months. i iMKTHODIST
Work Durlnu 'I"'t.8 urns, J. C, Robinson, O. L. Hay' tending order under which white year
3 natural
cord
are always the result of bette Bob Crawford' $6.0r per mulch paper prevents the
Months or HKJHv : les, C. A, Knight. N. Sternberg ind negro employees were serve
of Bob
bid '
ford. The CHURCH
strands of the plants.JSriileil
united effort"On per
N I). Waluwrlght. K.Vf. pegging were reiterated
-- .. Wymaii, atnd In bin department
hand, the surve Crawford at .$6.00 per cord 3 Tough PIIMT| < '
the other Kmnti; Murvln Kooktf, Paiwii'
ant'alf Weller publUitatenient
Mabel
spent nearly four I. Johns and Miss hero today In a
Florida
la a revelation of resources an un strands to the cord. each strand Mr. Kckhart's teat trouble with William. J I
road anc l Senator ,
aptable story of Industrial progress million dollars on work durlnf' :lo be four feet high and eight the paper wan thut It decompoHed by Sunday School Sunday mornlY'' ,,
brie ,ridge construction IALli'//OLIDAYS said wood to be Inspected actually encouraged Harris of Georgia;
over a comparatively of 1928 feet In length after a time and senator, charted 10 o'clock. L. A, Davie, super
months Georgia
!space If time.Population. he first eight the tat CLOSE 13th / and accepted by W. W. the weeds! In their growth. Tine order! was Infores tdent.'n

has leaped ahead al Igures announced by Balsden. deputy sheriff, after same Thin he remedied by 'UIIIIIR a paper that the segregation Morning worship at 11 o'cla ? 't .,
Hoover opened
department nhow. I until Secretary |a
over the state. During the last o oad represent Is delivered and racked In wood ')f very tough: texture which wonM\ : In an Ohio cut) We unite In welcome to the n!,
Forty-two contracts The last Thursday half holidayf too li In campaign:
1900 through but was
the ten periods ending In I4.432.1S4' ihed. let the plants for the Republican Presbyterian minister at 8 p. IMKpworth .
1910, and 1120. South Florida Increased ng an expenditure of the season will be Sept. 13th, There being no further business [' to ugh for the weeds to penetrate. M a contender League meeting i,,

nearly 100 percent. Th' 75, were awarded from January chool: opening In Starke the fol- the board adjourned until the next With BOIIID of the plants les! presidential nomination. ',(, '}r
a'rlock.
Th 1:16 j
population from 1920. to 1925 In to August 18, Inclusive. 2( owing Monday. With the exempton. regular meeting which will be held !: hardy than corn, cotton, celery .Venus -- Work y progressing rapIdly : Mid-week devotional Wcdn ?

Dawn* rejects were scattered over of the drug stores every bus"- the first Monday In October best results are obtain PalmdaU i
ireaoed 105 per *enl. Mr. on 1 ,ind beets on No. 67 between lay evening at 8 o'clock. i
ountfes as follows: ass house In. town closes Thurs hole In the paper "
expects South Florida to have I Su 1928. 'ed by making a and this place. '
population of more than half I Alachau. Levy Itlllsborough lay afternoon during the summer G. W. Alderman, clerk. Urge enough for the plant to come Avon Park Cornerstone laid Chili OF THAK3 J i
.
Yolk Holmes, Gadadeu.Sscambla. nontba, The custom now being hole four r
million In 1930. and more than I anee ----- -- through. For tomatoes a city hall here.
for new
million in 1940. Palm Beach, Glades Irmly established in practically .',\.ICI.'tU IK.\'tJJ or five 'Inches in diameter is reccommended. "We wish to extend our ilncli

A 'general index on population !lay, Lake, Collier, Osceola, Oka- )very town In the state. KXI'fltMIOX: PLANMEWStall are laid every year. The farmer thanks arid appreciation to 'rd11t

Jefferson, Bay,, Lee, Leon withand roll which la ICO to 300 who ,"
and business lies In Insurance fig ooaa The percentage Increase lays the i liven and> friends were t
urea According to the survey tote \nd Gulf with several of those Vera Claire Robln/on Is spendng Ifotfl tVininUnlonj-r LeavingFoe without mulch paper at the yard long across one cud of cultivated at the dls-lntertnent ot the burl

Insurance grew from 1907 to' 191' Isted getting more than one. ; this week In Jacksonville\ with >rw York to Arrange government' farms at" Arlington.Va. soil and unrolls It to the ot our beloved husband and fatt|l>

The work undertaken ranged and Mrs. C. D. Shank.W. 1).118 of Trip 73 cotton end. over or between the Murhee. Alto to 1
from five million to 10 million ant VI r, ., are: white potatoes, : otbyor Truby Kllery '
In 1997 to 60 million. -rorn the construction of Umbel H. Andrews. Jr.. of Lake HI ; sweet potatoes, 122; celery. beds. Where drill crops are to bt DoWItt C. Jones, They all hI4,
'
and clearing, grubbing and Plans are being made by Jerry of Inches or ." h
two
eggplant gratltud
classification of man >ridges < BM>M MVWlBW HWHIllMMVMHSutler 123 ; peppers HIS; planted, a strip our everlasting
Under
the roads preparatory to pay Carter as. head of the 'State' of 409 between successive. and '
"factoring the survey Hats 7.61'InclnBtrles trading was a boslnesu visitor to li>0; green beans, 153; beets ; lens Is' left Wife, daughter
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hard I). R.
bridges and Travel bureau and the
Florida anchored to
In Florida In 1927 I air to concrete Uarke: Wednesday. carrots. 607; cucumber. 612; and strips. Paper fa '
:urfaced highways. Kessler, as Florida vice-president<< 691. ground with stone, staples or with W R. Cauova, general aft w
These are classified according tc In many Instances, the countlethemselveg of the Florida-Long Island association tweet corn of Hawaii dirt thrown over the edges. for the Seaboard, has been adn|
counties and fall under 552 different Mr. and Mrs.! Orville Grlflls of alldtour The pineapple growers Luke's hospital Ja i ijonvllle
took prominent parts for a special excursion spent $500,000: forpaper Two methods used In plantIng ted I to St.
headings.' Illllaborough ba.: n the work by posting all or e Ike Butler were visitors fnUarke of Florida by Long Island last under year which to grow pineapples -through the paper or between for treatment Mr. Ci

a toUl of 69] manufacturing con tart, of the funds necessary U Monday. people this fall, the excursion to and claim that there was strips of It. Where crops ova recently spent some time
,
cerns. Ttmpa Times. :arry out the projects. In all canes, be known M the FloridaLongand great saving In labor. are planted that require rather Panacea Springs, and an nounplans I r

Congressman" "R, A. Green ol lowever the slate department as- Monday evening about twentyembers excursion a Users of mulch contend that thepaper wide Intervals the beat way, experts : not long ago for bulldiai _

Starke use visiting here. on Fri lumed control of the Jobs and of the local Christian. En- not only produces a larger airy U. to plant In regular home in Tallahassee. ,Mrs. Can! tR

day.-tJnlon County' Times. )lther built, or I in building tb.be leavor participated In a swimming St. Augustine new shrimp will quanlty but hastens crops. spaced openings made through the Is with him In Jacksonville.\ JI t
eanolig' factories
and bridges 'In accord arty given at Strickland' Undng packing and the best results many friends bees are hop s
roads other
Misew. )Florence Andr e w e of here Specifically designed paperlaying paper. In eases
KlngsUy lake A picnic supper ba Installed and la operation --TfthniHcv
Starke war, visiting Miss Genevieve tnce with state specifications, and t machines are used In Hawaii are obtained by punching a'', for his speedy recovery

Rivera Wednesday' In Lake Duller. ] will also I maintain them arrord.ngly. iwlm.van spread utter un enjoyable by MU November Iorn-- New theater will be where thousands of mllcm of paper hole In the paper Dally Icmrwnml, | 1S :'

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'C'RATlc-HEAD: APPEALS"FOR IAJ:;GEN: E1IINPEllI: YCJl that reglsteringytutvote in a*o 'Color : 'Music; <

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primary there" we were required I


4 FUEL VOTE THIS YEAR LEADS to tho blanket circular W fakwatslnillarioath are required to Mvthevone take as demo that* Now Modkm American

sent,'out by the cOMmittee rratsla. Florida, and tKaf'ls to
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Democrats'" A. M. support the ticket that 14 nominated -

of Palatka, has given reasons by our party.
States has led' our legtalatlvebodies he will not bolt the demo-
to 'Accepts Post at It Is useless! \ for any man to tell
fecilon; ., Offers Opportunity into taking action in order ticket as urged. d>
vote. The Soldiers( me that-it la right-to break a party FAVO S15
| Views' Many te develop a greater Kay oiit that In nulli QlSCpVEQEOJHl2.
.'RQlster -on measures, in this line points Vow or oath and. not- right to .
principal
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Important Issues. have been the various laws made the segregation of races in break- a-church vow or any other ; t

the- states for "absentee, votiIng. Department of Commerce, of vow ar.vlc-Vir, aud'whetv: ,learned SAM
by
; forty-eight he is the head, Mr. Hoover men' undertake to tell ua that
of the
Forty-five
.t SHOULD PARTICIPATE states have: made, projrUlOixs .. I Commanding Major General paved Hue-way,"for thewhole. we should vote tor: a republican bfWi. ,
appointment of- to of
negroes
that absentee from tbe**> elates 'can Army' of nominee for president of'itie'Vntt-
He'also tall attention to the
ed States they are' wilfully advising
.r.a If*.t Only I Half of Elec- may cast their ballots. many and a- popular which participants\ in ,
what they, know- to. be
huAdred, vote* wrong
Usually.. Ooee to PolirAbesntu. For every* O e- tart figure is.. .: :
wra& for President In 1920 there, democratic primary' take' to and are more, double-faced than I
cat of the Veterans'
ties
t ." N'o,i Bxoue.. < for .. wer-nLD4y-eU'Who could rote but, Democratic.. all party nominees' and ,they would!hav.,.r -bUev Alfred !P"re bs' .
( that'"when learned men un>= i i..
.
t did not. This.Is. no way to. electta Major General Allen Smith,, Is. bythe aj-cusatlons "
i I'(, II. th*. Ant ot a- series of President of the United Stales, who, the bureau : ke'' to tell us I that we- should. brought against-, him In that conference ,

' .tementfc.. campaign, lisues by under! our Conitltutlen In, given, Chairman John J. fora republican nominee- for I I Mt
'j !e 'chairman of the Democratic more power than any one human "I know the of the United States-they The writer" Is a Southern Methodist :
wilfully advising' us- to what \ anlbeJ1t'vh, In the separation, ,{
world. ,
, ri I Committee.) being In the a very good
"
I
I ,+ Remember this campaign wUl be Smith. said General know to be wrong*. of church and state; and the northern -, '
I+ I .y John J. ftaskob.Ntmag' of reply In full follows! I and. Southern ';
1 the most stirring.\ : In the history over. I think Methodist'
,' 1* more Important top i There !*. no '' Aug. 20th 1928, churches.
American politic. peals to them in a I Ft
'f toturo of America than that American who dos! < not want to manner by reason Committee for Yours,truly, !..
'''y;: I' ic' ;Jtlaen manifest their own In'V take part In. It In. many Instance t,' and record. I Democrats, *" I I
A. M. RAY
In ltd future by voting. W* t
" 'i last' 674
I heretofore the race. has been very. diets haven't had a
" \ l ,_,; deplore the fact that In the Electoral Callege- Virginia. -In. News. '
'\ close. Under our In the affairs of the .
t: 'I.t. preeldentlal election of fiftyif system of selecting,, a president pared with what : -, ---. --- }

'; \ :aw1''milieu qualified voters only I on. state may decide: the.. result.In have had after just received your pledge It Is amaziiiK/ how easy It Is to.
1.:, ?but; fifty per cent cat their either circular of forget how difficult to -
that state, a few votes but ot course, it your letter copy comprehend
:9 i't t e Tie/- This, year It 1* anticipated way may determine the entire elec ble to :iui.P down all 'principles/ and pur hlntory while we are making'

!, !, tt14tber.wlil be fifty-six million Uon. One man'si vote Is a*, good who were, of the conference of 'Anti- It. The oil 'conspiracy,, with Its

' 'aUO.d voters in the country; and a. another man')' vote. The qual great war and democrats at A8h'evllle. N. greasy ramifications' through the

)t 4J" ,Wpaa and urge that the great. sty known asc...Americanism.1 ,.dem beard i from 19th,. 1928. republican party besmirch the .y
;'j t on of these will take ad.anti onstrated' to a mathematical certainty years." 'paragraph .4 of your letter cabinets of Harding and Coolidge. ,

,I.. Otth: Voting night- It- Iss at the polls. Your vote Is "The', Veterans' that I let you know wheth baa unfolded Itself under our t I Ii

t't ;<, "I ['*4'l commentary on our democJy valuable. Do. not throw It away. vision of the .' could aid in organization noses.

r ';
: '. population, saw two, million you were away on the due date. Raekob said in the simple reason that I pre Ing about ,'search of an issue.\ .
*Votes-out', at Its election for you would make arrangements for polntment.' "The ( K; Smith for) president Political history 'will doubtless record ,

r lit than the United States him' to transmit your money to you titled to know all United States to Herbert the Teapot Dome and Continental i 1

,UM*- We an generally behind wherever you., might be. You can I, date, what he I would not participate- Trading Company conwplraclen \ l ;ELLA: SmEI..DS; WI

P "'e-Soouatrle.1 ia the, voting rec- make a similar arrangement in regard I policies ot'' the of a club favor- and the use of stolen',money

,_, ,although In foreign countries ,to the rote., keenly, aaxlons to / nomination. In fact for the republlcan'natlonal fund'as |ferjpjS iE 4 wnl I IW
has been a f.L.r1AIIHIQI1'
franchise
!enroling
\ Absentee Voting Simple tunity of telling the not flee how any. Southern the greatest governmental; frauds

jPtntwratlvely reoent exercise ot"ferelgnty i Voting under the absentee vot' w* know about who. was subjected to the Arnerlean life. And Mill we devote .\_ ',", .,," sceddMae" 'm4s'' 'I'M\.4' III'.1'IWfI'. uId._. ,}I4aMI.alIvA..t..IAt.,4. ... .._..._....
i n .n n'n -- '
1.a 1. .
by the clUxena. It -- -'''' I .J' i .J & -T. TT'-- ,
hj I' a both }ng, law. Isi made simple and requires record and to say nothing of. the hor our time to defending the
that partiesare
;uaeudab1e Major. General of- reconstruction. as in the democratic nominee's position on
but little effort. Let
a :' k'44ati"" making earnest en- your Jazz Rhythm Has Had can''' rauaici but. certainly; moat
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Commanding I
government hear from! you no matter of my father- who was aCon. religion: liquor or Tammany foreign musichas Americancol

,;r"on te..' have U an enrolled administration a veryNtot. where you are.on EI..tlon Day. of Occupation in olllcer. or. any descendant I when we should' be on the-house Far-Reaching. oring., In' fact, foreign govern-

' The candidate will struggle incessantly and one-halt year Confederate soldrier could tops shouting "Throw the republicans ments in an effort to protect their
to decide
., tee fraction well and In making an appeal for advisor to the think; of voting the republican out, and clear America's good '''rr J, Effect own musicians against the, de.mlUd.for .

IF, on Important issues, Ute ;your vote. They are at., least en dor to Great Britain ticket and ''I might- add name-! Yankee music,have honored

; governed by public titled. to expect you, to exercise sacs of I. believe thereto a sufficient The'following.letter came today: it by. making; it'' the onlY1,
,; alen. We certainly do not get franchise. Strong men are log the Harding: of. dependents of .Con To the Editor of the. Times; New York City.-:Modern music in the world which has had
opinion of the United your American music has had far- legislation it.
; public a against
t running. Great issues fill the air.. Alter a soldiers' and thorough. II am surprised: that the
+ +. ie when, only Afty per cent of General Allen '' reaching influence. Wherever new "I mu.t,.aY' that a foreigner
QgaUOed'vot.r.appear at the Itt. will be up to you to pas Judgment 1; career left in the South to Times, whose fearless! policyI. music is being created whetherit sometimes goes the American one

" t?. The time to record either and you cannot do It. If yon to Major General the Integrity of the have, long admired hangs be in England; France Italy'ornew better as' hV did In an English
, fall to register. The Am.rleuvote United States .plates- 'In their united buck In this criticalsituationand Russia the color is supplied foxtrot song; don.'the'American''
I of
ot
faction or disapproval : '
has a background of bloody War and organized' for Democracy defends by its silence, by J American rhythm. way,, that. I amainging-'Mam-
q4 ia< !.,on' Election Day. Orum- sacrifice 'by the Great Americansof i Division, which he 1 1It '. Hoover's. ideas!! off social Tammany Hall the' rotten-. This', isl the belief' of Ella ma's- Papa's Grown

o1 !,about our public servants'onkt all.our Ware. It:you choose,to It offensive at St. tIty as evidenced by his orders 1st Institution In our history, Shields an American girl who has Old! This.piece ia full of American
dais the year la largely; gonne-Meuse. A* << just returned to our shores after wisecracks but' still retains theEdglieltbaIlad
hand
with in whose
be. voteless, they have sacrificed to mingling the races grasping now
,' ..te-ot ttane.Mtnertty. the Army becoming the idol of the English quality. It in really
the threatens the white house its
that extent In vain. i'' ) destroying se "
music halls. '
'
most1 attractive- number.
Qovernment After a terrific straggle the '! member of' the .that theretofore existed self. Religion and prohibition "If a cultural map of the world I Miss Shields' wasacclaimed'

.-40- DOt want''' te seebere at franchise was, granted to the' women High Commission. j jI jI slap In the'face of the South< Issues are negligible In com-. could be drawn we would see today abroad' *.", ftW'- Americana' have'

.mnn.t of all the people by I ot America. In. the 1880 else I account of his actions in parison to,1!' this one. that America 1* the creative been; her' successin England

; per cent of the people* We' ,' Uon It is estimated that the women matter, we might expect<< thru- -Harry Jones. center of modern music with tAftica-and A stral a-being almost
i been nerving a government by I|cat thirty-seven per cent 'of the I FARM HEAD Southern,, states a whole From time to time the Public every country in the world tuning unprecedented. She has returned

'a> majority within the fifty I total vote; and forty-three percent appointment of negroes to of. Pulse has carried letters with in at the. common wavelength of home after an absence of some'

*cent; which ,to far-Iesa than the ot the women qualified to vole aotnairy BOLT TO (' ,;.ar8 now! being fllledtby, thIs th9ugbt--that'the\ ,:I "'p'manytiger" i 6 America's rhythm," Miss Shields :years and: already it looks? asthongh '
K "I
asserts do "
: far
not ,
: to
i bor"n"l' go so as America were goinft; to'
.U" majority ot the qnaUfied'coming voted. moldy's few:of the I \ white men. Is' crouching ready to tear' lilY'that all modern foreign music outdo all other countrllll'ilL'wel-

states did the women cast fifty MBB.-.T. BM not approve of your dec the heart out 'or America. : get inspiration from Amerfn comincwas' hers
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1abq election will afford cent of1' their t We, wfth-Mr 'Jones r-
J, per or more voting of principles and purposes agree : on, one 1
',.'people an opportunity to ret strength. t, Peek'' Tells Gov. conferenc! of Anti-Smith point;. that: la, that corruptionhasnot members are.inextricably mixed in the keynote.sounded at IIouiton. -

' .. their Ttew) In no uncertain I> The taws presented at the. com1 i cratic. Party's (' adopted' at Ashevllle been euffuintlydtscuesed, but it. It'shbnldbe.the, battle cry.-

1, i, .oa some tnadamental ...0.*. 1!lag, .leCl:1on.wIU: be- of intense Interest July. 19th, 1928 and do not to talk about Tammany or Boss I Prison gates have swung behind rampaTimes5 \ -.

that of the candidates/ elect- I to- the women of'taelaal.' Ample.The &' that you'' have good Kweed of the 'Eighties or about two members of the gang, another

"would feel' primed for acting !The, coit, o< living employment.; for your charges,against potential dangers Trom the* sleeping 'has fled Europe, one cabinet officer t ...+.........+...++ +:
I ('ChUtBieoutlve, It only a por J freedom of conscience rellflous Democratic E. .Smith, as we have state -tiger and.at'the' eama"time, to was dropped and' others fell = S

_ of fifty per' cent of the- voter-, ;liberty and equal opportunity, the equalltatlon fee 'e.veq. from trustees of the forget Fall, Daugherty Forbes, under suspicion, cash profits from NEW RIVER :,

'letponslble lot his certificate ot' j should attract a.great majority of j Ithe Houston Hi. Baptist church in New King) Jesse Smith, Mellon, Hays the'' gigantic swindle went IntO' the I Mlm-Essie Sappy.Cor. *.

on. Che women to register and to vote. Peek of Moline, Ill. !: City, tovthe-) effect that he. Is Miller Sinclair, Blackmer'and Do republican national fund (Mellon
'.1814, IIr. .CorolkUw received fit-' Caste Portion of Vote of the Committee : straightforward, honor beny'iS'to sniff the alr< fora titer ,knew of It, but was silent: Hays j y......v...t.......**.

1'm1111on..evem. hundred and I i Every: man and woman who the North Central man; ;a::,clean politician. The while the sewers slop over, attempted- cover It, but later Mrs Norman Wiggins and his

an thniwajid and .uteam [votes and' does .not* encourage the tural Conference does nob believe that1 the I.;' Hoover implied that-the republl- admitted its truth) and the dirty >Is> MSB| Jewel, were visiting to
,t.:: )..ft.: Davis received eight ter to Governor '..01ot1's. ---
other members ot their families New York .would have fcan party was'' responsible"' for work went on In the shadow of'the tat ke- Sunday :

( in, three hundred and eightythoaaand to de likewise only castea.. portion Iowa. Smith governor the third eight'years of general ptosperty White House. Fannie Horasby and

I' six hundred and ,of a. vote. Mr. Peek if he had not been oneujf the for'68' percent. more foreign trade, i! ,Miss-MildredThompson,
tyfour vote Mr. La Follette Hamill to call I Have we forgotten 'thlfs already? Laughter, :
; United !
Working women.hay..a' vas.In- executives Ini' the fo$14million more automobilE's' : JarkBG.D.vlUeIonday.! .
efts t.r'
tout: million, eight huii- of Governors of Are.' we too CIOI8' to it to appreciate
tted tareef at stake' In the election. for eight percent more population, Dayton,
fartd( thirty, thousand and four Governor Bmlth.. stands as th.c.ha.1nJa1oD tented inthe-North 1 far as the writer knows he 'and so forth. Maybe so-maybe It fully? The- administration I yMrs' WJ Rutledgo.of the winter

a and. seventy-eight .vote. ot human right and wel- j i Agricultural'' always has, been .:without noti Poselblywewould have1.had of President Grant during !Jlilo.' has coms. -to./spend Mr and, Mrs.
with' :
there, scattered one hue.ry Judgment upon his which bin secretary of war was dismissed bHparentll;
; were iaxe of the oridnl'wom.n. Of or hypocrlcy. He has at all eight per cent more'people and 14
< and' fltt > thouesjid claring1' his on a charge of graft in. the flj P; Rent roer
] 4evea at* 'other- DoamxJlihaienf, i* he !, possessed the courage'of his million)mere, automobiles anyway, I and311vift '
... Tie total- vote, WKB: only I wonder than of the n e... Mead-. 1 Smith The letter and he Is'progressive, What1, we do know (and Hoover only, other Instance similar to Mw,Rnd;Mrs. T. S. Bellamy were;

at7'niae million, lilnslty-:nine ,ing his'efforts in the State of New one from Governor' to,his record. forgot 10. mention 1h() is that we Daugherty's in our history Daugh- and Mr. T1mdOr.Tyler: .

iU1d.. one hundred and, tUrty-' "Tortc' te better the' conditions of | Peek id which the not believe In the tearing: have had eight years marked, by erty and Fall were members- ilttiiff Starke'' Saturday.Mr. children -
'. accused him of ., .- 0; F. Tomllnson and
; but Coolidge
,There were auUlfid to votefiftyfour women la Indostry. A* President' or. destruction of the demo the most sensational! graft In the Hardlng'fl (cabinet were
.1tJl' huotwentyelcht the power*'I8.ted in kept Daugherty until aroused pub- ; Miss Ruth and Frank L.,
million
one lie would have a tremendous In. t parties as. a pretext on. ex history of the United States Mr.
thousand eight :flueac on national legislation. to I of Twenty-two In reform. My recollection of 'Hoover's party hU friends, political .lic oplnlon'fort-ed him to act. \VlslOne Jake Butler Saturday.and'
Ldred and' ninety-five. So that lican party. We- are not discussing flees Mr. andiMfsj Ji P. .Prlngle
.ward* the same end. r trust the laws in the state of supporters, fellow cabinet Fans
''' 'Ooolldge who w.,, elected women will appreciate his services' Governor Hamill I Tweed and potential Tammany 'fhlklren.and Bister. Mrs.

Y .dent,* only :received a little la this respect by their registration Mr. Peek said farm : :,corruption but Indisputable facts 'jnle.; Hornaby and daughter and'

., e.iIIan o ..fonrth of'the quailof. and votesRBMEhfnhlR1 tion had been i '' oF'Shee'p Shears Swells'r' In. the two administrations so high little'son. were-vlsltln. friendsattatke.

,'vote) .the country YOU CANNOT Mf. PeeK in his ly praised by Hoover. Some republican Sunday
.search Into thl. neglect of' VOTE IF YOU 'DO NOT RBQ- HamiU .rte4"th. ; leaders are ashamed of Mn and Mrs. L. W. Hlgg and

.:by the people of the United Til'1'Ett. II i> blocked by an Profits Canadian: Farmers them.[ Borah, tried to blot- them :hlldrenand'Mrsi' E. U Kelly were

it .- J President with the out with 'a conscience fund. Other transacting business Starke Saturday

Hoover and & leaders are trying to make the afternoon.

pan Names More Finance Directors,1/I i ury You Melbas that the public-, forget. children' Mr. and Mrsj 'Joel Alvarez friends and'and
It say was visiting
\t Forbes 'in prison Miller In prison .
ty/if tiled to endorse elatlves here, Sunday.
y paugherty!: ousted Fall convicted *
;jl. Lehman, Director et Bailey Denver! Florida, C. J. fee" wrote Mr. In the opinion of the public { Mrs. M. F. Wiggins returned toher'
sure if old not by home MoMnday from a two-
Democratic ,
National Com
Hardee, Tampa Delaware, Johlaa press of both parties, Sinclair' an and
tN. announced the the equalization fee 'weeks visit with her- father
following as Marvel Wilmington; Loulilaoa.Col. outcast Hays with a short mem
'h ttonal Vice Chairmen of I Haugea bill but it 8. V Andrews-: Mori-lston.
thl0Dal' Robert Swing. New Orleans f cry Smith a suicide, niackmer a .
endorsed the '' Mrs. D. W. Kelly and- daughters.Misses .
Finance Committee
: JiI..ac.buaetta, Arthur L7man.i fugitive from Justice. Denby and
hNT 8.; Straus. Vice President i Boston I isation tee when Sarah and Lori were visit
; Minnesota.. Joseph Wolf young Roosevelt complacement onlookers -
\'R. Macy A Co.:; Charles H. I SU, Paul; MlMlMlppU J. B. 8Ulling. > I pledge; the party-to I'- while 'a fraudulent lease Is ing ;!their uncle. Dr. J. H. Golson,
dearer to solve this '
Chairman t of the Board, Jackson; Nebraska,., Herbert granted* -these. are facts constituting 'of Gainesville;: Saturday.
tr''' 'nUit Co., aad James ftlau..former ; A. Daniel, Omaha; New, Hama. I distribution of the : ; an awful, Indictment of the ; M si J; C. Prtagle and son In,
United States Sen. with crop"; surpluses ''Karf'w r*'transacting-business
shire Joha W. Emery, Forte republican! party.
hated unit of the.
'from California, f 'Gaitl.vllleFridaY'.
:
, mouth North
; Dakota. Joseph M. The' party la responsible, fully
.
l k.JClaner hat been designated Kelly, DerlU Lake 111** Nellie dncers are responsible. The trail of oil led |Ii J Tlierewaa party given 'at the
sty of'the Finance Commit Dougherty Mljvet Ohio sUtnoe The home of Mr. and Mrs )I. J. Turner
, ; ", Claude I lem would avoid through party channels, through i 'report'
:Meeker: Columbus; $attirdayr night everybody
; Pennsylvania.
thei.cablnet. to the little
green
eMS which the .
' (?,'L.I&IUI01UICe4;: the James Kerr Clearfleldl I to* ONT< Zip ot'shears wUl ed it| nJcetlm..,
South Da
.
always has been house Itself where poker and po- '
'u wing additional. State Dlrec hot.. Mrs. Anna-C. a' greater volume this year la I Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wynn.and
81ruble.
Center I be a prime aad than ever Before In' tte-His. Svf4RMN+ HUcal spoils were mixed with| cocktails at
t' ft :FlnaaeeiClareoee vllle; Utah. William H. rr.tC ir.s enliven- r visiting latlTe9
Halloraa. of a Democratic Ii-II'indicated ine* survey of' and highballs. They' are pufa
H. Mulllns. Salt Lake City; West '& Colonisation). a Lake* Butler Sunday
' Virgin, Oor. i "Thete principles : of and lie records. It is hard to see how '
..11&.11I1 Anions, Joseph C. W. A MrsHershey- .and", daughter,
McCorkle. ot'WrCanadiarrPeslae
Charleston
' ; Wye- the bails,of.faro* the American voter can return a
' Phoenix t Arkansas, mlar. PJ.. Quealy. Kemmerer; II passed Congress ,... nude-puBlte. ner**,, party to power with such 'a record. Mt4RJ. p; IfamnwekRerervlsitins
r J. Harrison Little Rock ''MreW' C. bs Crew Sunday" afternoon
:; Canal Zone C. J. Boyle Balboa would have every one of Ute bin Mr. ,Jones. and others are worried: ,+
Ja Justus.S. Wardell. San Height; Philippine Island I provinces bowed MI in* ;:.
Judge tunity for the about Tammny control. In the face
1 ieltao; Colorado, Fred W. James Hess, Manila. in sheep population last J..r. .
.. benefit from tariffs further Increase U certain tuu of this republican record of the > of'
hon"IIJ.ConstrucUon
b < which we etport a : the survey SUM Production past two administrations.' It Is farfetched .i J bank.

' WILL CARRY MISSOURI HEADS WOMEN IN tion that was .... : In' the- Dominion w' IB31 talk. I new'apartmentbuilding 00'

.. ., INDUSTRY twice with the veto .., lt.tm.ua pound, an in. "Throw,, the republicans 01 t.. ,of Trowt River neap North Shore
r.aAgne.
t 609.870 pounds over Itao. plaftnedi _
Are
who tae pathetic President
Ray.
reeeatly
won
n rf\' I I .
Wlleoa' of 1I1e1.. In ,
In
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? ttlo- ttlosenatorlalrnomlaaUoa. .. wanted a NOT'lCtf'
Pennsylvania of Western-Canada,.an Ideal
htk.aurJ", telegraphed, Governors << ronnlag for Congressla .eU.addr..lnc the I Notice in hereby given that the followlify. described'land' will'b* sold'
the sixteenth Pennsylvania District tots In the. face for sheep lelslng, amounted to. .t public auctionon the Drat Monday {;n September, Itlto II belno. the" 1
]. pounds or- nearly 33p" day of paid month before the courthouse Poor at 8tark. In Bradfordcounty
iaoerely appreciate your' asserted her support ot Governor pledges ef his party The- total ,,001' consigned to Wooh.QCII"t....t*> Uw._ state ot Florida,. or 110 muni thorttof ae will" b. necessary t.. P7

C of congratulation. W* Smith by saying that she be- was elected 'to take & & Cooperattr Wool Grow vejr. showedw en. inate ; last test of the a"e"amount sale due and for advertising taxes 'aet opposite-' .
r anry, lllseourU for both, the lie,.* he will aggressively.. enforce are necessary to tne-growere: __-orcanwa- over both loas: and 182: *. bath the !1 .'

late national ticket. Heart* th* ProhlblUoa law 1IAUI.116.. .... anced' condition wltn Drencues' la aU'PI'G' -bees. Onltecr Kingdom: 811'"' are Onl* it ....-
.**' a $,2Me1$< pouotlaf ofwiuenn State marmtt' to tats.
'nishea't DWid.pr msd/aS4 __ fit 1.4MJM pDUixS i earn* tntn TI.ttott.'.porteof>T.yw Alberta .eivi :3 pound.front uanuK DQ."tatORrha.19f'emmuasedtI. 11.BUMMf .- Loq..Jopm.nt __, _il t, ft '''t7nkn.wiC ........-.i >...II-
, ** and BsokAlolMnMn, 5UAetwrrom pound. valued e' ". '''o0N Blk.. 1 Pln.o .- '
"t'A A\ Ontario. "end 887.479* pound from tile greatest annual export of wool In hunt Development Bik. t. Hlchway____SI 11 _. Unknown. -w. '.02

anUlb.OoMm:i 1a. .OarmltSB ttatorj. ad4ttlon to 8.arkeJ' 1 11 Blanche IL.W..mwr1.1a& i1.1s

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4'; ti .- ,. r.. .."..+++......*...+... .N NNNN...N.NNBRODICEIt ..., a very lively picnic at Hampton il. 5 unit l.uboi Uny here with his and Mrs. J. Ifi Moorcr.-- of Middle 'I"; 11

N.", ;i"# Flotlda' Sfiorr..Paragraph. .. f HAMPTON. : =: :j-Beach lust Wednesday night tamlly and wan uccompanled home burg. Mrs. Plillllps h..- bcen, a < ;t ,
There were plenty of cuts and we with bill wile Mrs. Crawford '
and member of the' Christian
Ml** ..u* Nla' liar. **. .... LM* Onl.*.,. c."". church
i played all sorts of games'! soil UalCord. !. aitd laughter AvoyTHERESSA for 12 years and has been! a faithI 1 I' '

r.*.. ..'......*...* .. ....* ....*.........+..+$ I Mr. Ed Crosby of Jacksonville --- and helpful member!< aad-. will l'i. Fl'tell 7 {a

Mrs Myrtice McKetiity and Hon returned home last Friday after a.N.N.......N.NNN. be greatly missed by the entire ;1''\ '

State Mrs R R! Jones1 had as het Everett, of Willlstbii. spent the having visited her daughter-in-law/; community. She won many friendsby A ,,
Live News l last part of this week here with who baa been .
ill for tilt I
guestthis"! *......1t'Mrs: fimmi very puxt : i her kind and loving disposition | ; F t
her parents MC. and Mrs W.
(I.
two weeks. alley
IINby floirrnrtlle. Cor. The floral otrmIn.er/! 'beftutlful. .I i: : I I
Stanfteld-and daughter; .Mls Will$) llazen.Mi1 Mr. 6
Oreou THIU. of Punta lot'da ; 0....N....N.N..N.... that were rendered by kind and .'y ,! :
.May..,afld'' Bud 8lann>ld ,and .family and Mm. )It. M, Oalney.were returned to his home lust! loving friend, as a token of re II I ; '

TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES all of Bartow.Mrst Visitingher parents Mr. and. MrmKof \ week after having spent t tlnrsuinm Marlon Sullivan and family of sport and horn for the'' deceased ,' :I i' II 1 I

I \ U. J: Wnnalldf nieces\ Georgia; last week. here with hU sister Mrs O Miami ape visiting fl'I(>I1t111 and The pall( bearers were A. ,11. : ', I ;, !k
Mrs. T: P. Ward and children, W. Burry. ft lapses: here thin weolt.Mr. ,
altos Sullivan, C. Sullivan K.; L. Slblty: l land
_'_' __ Mary lee \V1aril' th* Orval T. P.. and Kbsalee Were Mr. and !Mrs, n. A. Week' ; liuve L. Hulllvun wait a biislnenAvlHlior Walter Zelgler. ,:''I.jl'l/ {t }I I'' ,,

PENSACOLA. Fla.-:(A camping! Tallahassee,-Florida cattle guests of Mrs. J.: V. Rowell otMarloov visiting In Starke l lust Wednexi- made their future home In Stark to Starke Saturday.Mr. ( Among the out-of-town' guests II

are! South day: and we till wish them' C. A, .
JO Carolina. a happy Youugblnotl had asher that attended the funeral wre ,
per cent tick
OreenvllleAli free '
tram or will be c
10 by
paryy'i Df ''' end )y December of this Yt'ar..al'C'orllng' Mrev It: A\ Dells wM' enjoyed Mr.; and I\II'A. Lee Taylor of hew home guest Suujlav\ !! Mr. and Mrs. : ,Mrs. C. L. Mar, Mrs.! W. II. Itfai j' J f tg yyg t

was bl'otiph'rto'wntraglo la statistics furnished a grand turkey dinner\! ) In" honor Georgia are spending a few weeks Misses Oaenaand Lorena Greene V RUSH and children of Ilrooker' 'well, Mrs. J. Sullivan of Hampton. ::11i |
.,,'eri' one'' t>t> th.bof1l on 4 her: ., with her' parents, Mr and gave a enjoyable' and Mr. "
hl'r' TII'Urad'ar nip prt> Iil-M"fbt the state depart of her mother's birthday, Mr atSupl hits very peanut balling and Mrs. J. II, MrOll- i Also Mm. IT. E. Moor and'child- I 11',
17 drowned Will Crews at their home hint Friday nlto vary und rhllrpn of I'nlnlka. Also Arthur and Ln"lI of ln '**. ''
Joseph: l. Poole, nent of- ag1rulture, toby/ oft Lake*l' Cltr. nW ref ren. '
which 'It'
wM be
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Mr: and !\Ir"Wiley'" Thomasand There wits a crowd front her daughter '..'I', '
'Th looked ixhlbited turned to her home here young ; Mrs It. 1 I';, !Manner nnm Hall. I.
wMl* hi*' b"othe", mas the latter. at partotthtc/mentW.thelow.' : .., State fa4* Twoo<;.th& railroad'officials, of Mr.; and Mrs. Strickland and Jl rook or which enjoyed II. I and chlldten.1 Arthur and Lynch! Tho funeral services were ..rod'I I +'9i' ,jt

oa helpless. The body was recoreri The thu.'denrgia-Southern naUway'O Elmer Strickland'of LaCrosa were Mrs Earl Crawford of North of 1'ulnam Hall.Mr ducted by Rer." Haymond of .." '

tod1 *1H be sent home tomor-- !itate's map.exhibit will be sent: to the MC. Walker. an4 Met Nolan and visiting" friends and relatives herd Carolina Returned to her home and Mrs C. R. Manlre and Orange Heights and the body wan ,!':
at Des I'
:.olld'' carload wWcht Mole a ...doc Mnfrl.n'.'t it i iRttort' I

tor.The! has' already rived here last Sunday ln th'Nhpicfat lf Mrs: Sam Baxter and children. II. P. Oaltloy and Kill\ week-end with her mother, Mrs, t 4 "(, ., f
In -
were returnlnf Iowa's
two boys Arrived; capital city. of Tampa are spending some tlmu Fowler were visiting at Rimhnel) 'V. A. Jones. ','1
trip on Perdldo bay The Map shows : Pullman- Car; anti arespenel4ag r t
'floods fHhtng\ that there a.rlt here with her mother-in-law, Mrs. last Monday'night. Mr. and Mrn. Jake (ParllHon I
wbOilt. Thc' boat struck t 16,000,000 acres of the"' In !: thew' eV I",. our'' vwnl, en- A forest fire prevention unit, ''I'
|III ""l' area Baxter Dr. Manu of Lake Butler hits '>nl('>rlaln<'*i\\ (lio Young people herewith '
and; after they had push',4 he state 6,000,000 or which and enjoying; the bathing l an* fluhin known as the Southwestern Mar- %
sandbar a.tll Mrs. J, It Marshburn of Lake been very busy over h(I'1! t Iliaw..ek. it pound party und HwlmmliiKp.irly 'It, y 'l J
Joseph thinking: hesttl.. inden fence, while 29,00oo! ; and various amusem! .nt at Ion, County Forest Protective Asso- }; )
off I Butler school
|It wan visiting our 1>: coniltlned, Friday evening' allior \\1
wat'over'shallow water, dived. lie icres are OPMK or unfenced' : Theta : WnplOBiiBearM\ They are1 guests! here< last Friday. Among those" on the nick list are I' hours tit Lillie Cleneva elation, has been organized la MarIon 'V''h ;i ,,'i,

found1' Mmself over )his/ depth anffbelDpaweak I' .:ire' approximately 10>,500v00'0 of.Mr.Hotei Hampton while- here. Mr. and Mrs. Old! 'Crawford' and Mm. A: B. Crosby, Mrs L. I., The eittlrn toiitnuinlly\ wnx Hnddcnitil I. county and, the contract ,b.-**l ltween ::1; h l\l'f; .
I
swimmer, calledtt( "lores now. frE'ft.from tick InfentaHon. and Mrs. Ih Av Delk enter daughter; Avoy, were visiting\ In Molley Lyunn'and Mr. Vague.1'e Siiiuluy artftnoon when' the state niul property owners'''*"I'( 'c, ii.' i' '

fciirbroHtW h In the boat, only a.. tee : ..and'' nearly ?,6 o-.OOO' add... tamed as their'' guests this week) Lake Butler Saturday last. nil wish them a speedy iwoveryMian ,. news WAil Imirin-'il that Mrs O. .JI wan officially closed at the meetIng il ;" .:
!;
onal M.rl 1'eIk"ertath*rt,. MsdMOtt' Delk) ot t time State' Forestry, Board, at :' r .i '
acres will be $
feet awY.i'\ released froWmarantlne Mr, IT. P. Oalney and l.oyil; Pad Mitttle Norman of Millbrom PlillllpH had 111111111',1( whllOHi '' '
away "4i "
or BlarksMrev; Oa' anrt:so*, Don* \ (kallrerfOntly.. Sixty thousand ,
Thomas saw his brother gl In December) maklarf{ ? }gett were business visitors to Springs has come over hereto (thin honi? of Mrs ((5111 alStaiko '" "'"
aid D 'llfj oft Daytoii.t' Reach.Mr'sf acres have been listed and Hare't 1 .n '
!
,.twice while\ he wan trying ,,1 total of nearly 14,00,000'acrerf' Jacksonville Friday last. I teach Miss Laura Newell's room :\ who I mil been nursing her "

torrearte down- hts aide. Approachingbe rhlehwill[< be free byi the first of J.,O. THtemas. ana 'text l\f'IIIIH I.orlllllt"; ,' Mrs1. C; R. Saflerj' increase thin-to 100,000 acres. The/1'' / 't!' ,
held out an oar, which Jasep;h year. t to Ifushnell Wednesdayast. wish her a speedy nu-ovry. liv hr. \\'. K Mlildletnn.Mm. { \\1
and daughter? MIas, ''0lara-M4yi are area Included is south of tho' Cot. %,,
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jraitppd';I Joseph was In such) f The bill l !: meet Inn at New Hope PhllllpH IH the daughter of? d '
visiting I ; fi-letKlfl'atiri'rplollves here! ton'Plant road west of the D nk'i"' .: I w ,
weakened condition that his1 ham I STUART,--An automobile spec Mr. Wall Crown and Emery. wan last Suiiilay and a large crowd Mr.\ and MI-H.\ J. H. Moore of 1\1 liB ,"''I'" \d' "
Mrn Corner road and of
Mrantl t: Carpenter> and'sonjof I west the State I \j.4\\
illpped'off the oar add he' sank 'ally' built for rum-running- pur Matheney were vhdtlng'ln Starke from all around enjoyed It, illobnrK nnd was born November 1 J ,
Palatka, visited Mrir; CaTpentr'fl Road No.,5... -Ocala, Banner '; .. .
,'loses was raptured by Deputies'V. last Wednesday MIsH Tommy Duteen of riant 17, 1SS'!!! ut Mlildlclnii'K\ Fin, Sheens 'j; '

MIAMI.MIaraiaiMiare. already' 0.' Andren n,' It.' Brown anti / pnients..; Mr.. and MTrfj) Jursley. The Brooker' Ball team'' motored |, City, IH here vIsltlnK her grand iiinrrled to Mr.\ l n, J. Phllllpit The National ;'Iunl.oal1".Anno- .'i,, '; j j4 I ? ?( '. "

nuking preparations for entertain' foe Wood 'o-f the' sheriff's omen Rev. Clarke, of. Wahk nile over Lawtey and played against parents Mr. and Mrs. It. '1'. OM- nt the age; or 24 To thin union"(" elation U the latest Brevard'couf'""" ("I.'}i 'f <: v

largest winter crowd o a hammock three miles of Tamp;, Lake City, Sluke and wits born t 5 dilldren, namely ty organization. This WAS organ. their nls reRuim: : appointment at' theM teen.Mrn. t
log \ II(
tourists,' according to a statemen'' ,lOtnez and one mile east of the thiMtlBt) Church last Sunday Lawtey and lost the- game. The\ LL. !Morgnu\ nnd !Mrs. ,.AllhinHiixol, Mildred. and I), .IZ81t recently at Scottsmoor. fot1Jluwlng r /i' \ ; ) '

\tonight by Mayor'E. 0', SeweU, tot ,?ixle btghway'at'4'p., m.,, Friday! ( i' morning; and evening; ending score wan 21.2 in favor ot J. L. ISulmiiks were visiting the J., ,fl'. She I leaves to mourn her a. called meeting by Chat '"I r I a< \, g ,

lowing a survey he made to the at Two men were captured with thear 1\lrs"J.l\Il'CtW8k, of' Lake- City, the combined teams. Doctor at Stnrlta lunt Saturday loss, benidoH. a host of filenUn. her Dote' II. Ferguson of that city, and .'.I'IC, l' \. '!

tituda' of the people towards thl and gave their names" as P;' i visited her aunt Mrs. Rial Spark. Mrs. Woods of Alnchau was p. m. lior htiBlmnd. Mr. 1). .1. Phllllpn was attended by a large/ rlprellC'tt-\ I :.1: '

racing aeasnn'which''* has been annoitnced vf. Marshall and'' L.. B.. Heeye: Jr \meiu} last Monday.M4gpearUN'oTmen, : visiting her daughter, Minn Myrtle Mr. Clevy Norman of HlllbromSprings \ and /R children( IIIKII 8 sisters and tatlve gathering< ot llrevard county, 'ttl'|} '. a, '{A

'by the Miami Jockey club'"I'have rhey are thought' be- fi"Mit" Chat I of: Hlllbtom Wood, here' last Wednesday.Mr was vlwl t lnn here I lunt 1 brother: by tin ue they ore, Mrs.J I cltlaenM. .r uj)Il|/. v '

anooga. although the' car', bears H. P. Oalney and Charley Tuesday. morning.Mr. M. Starling, Mrs, Anna PhlllpH, tttt l':I' "iJ .
completed: k3 ;! I _
just curve tb
e
; Florida' tag. The car waa honey I Springs; spent ewe Prescott were fishing atKarlou Rlgdon! and daughter' Kvfti l\ti'll. !Merry idea} Mrs. NettlVlllHon | Warnings have! been Issued' 'o,. t I.:t, ,
''
which, had' tor' US4 purpose' thedeterminingot end with Miss Jesoltf' William and r t
proprietors l of fish market cafM NIl 'I \ -
ombed'with'' cells 1110 which- liquor take last Saturday. and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hlftilnn \ Mrs 1'eiul Adams MrnOnio < r
UWattitude-of'tht' ould be placed. There was a false [ RebaMaxwell.. Mra. R. W Brannon of Lake of Starke were visiting Mr. and UenuiHtat, Mm. 11111 tie' Hone- and boarding liottsen In Tampa..jfr|y] .i 1 -.,-, .
here towards resunaptloi Mrs. V. WIfeeler.ot' Starke. ( I .
people lottonvln" the vehicle and'a'large' i B. Butler is spending this week herewith Mrs. H. P. Oulney here Sunday )II. icon, Mra.\ !MHKK! Cooper unit Mr: against' purchasing oysters, fcoth'e.t } .-' l,
of racing said Mayor SeweU'statement. was visiting here'' last Saturday dealers unahln- to exhibit c.rIUI., ,.. i ; tit
inc-llnd under the seat Mr and Mrs. II. P. Oainey. in. I Ilel'h"'l.t' Mrtorer.Alxo \ t 1 I)
"I find that there 1 li 1 case |, the gueee t> of J. Lv William I I eaten showing. the bivalves weris'\: : d fE .
/
"here were twenty-four cases of A young set of Brooker enjoyed !Mr. Old Crawford spent Sun- her fa) her and mother, Mr.I f :&
remarkable unanimity of oplnloi MIll!! Daisy Moore of Clearwater _. taken from approved beds .q| {ut[ tl' ''Ii t<...j,1 ',(/
tquor In the car when taken. --- ---------- ti '
favorable to the sport being re C .' ." was.the guest of her C UIII\\\, MlslIIfathryn'Vest.thla k.. Ii ;;l 1.1... .;' ...

turned In Miami, and the peopli week

already preparing 16 entertah I'LANT CITY better,-known WillieWWIlHams,1jieyo. "Iron";4 Rev, Lewis', of Wald will IpU: :,! { ni millfIf: { i;i ,1 II II.. I4jl 411t1I1I IIIIji.'I; : I :'.. alt"8111411'1 1d Nlli' II II!."','i I'll'', li' {, I, III'N.'Ii i,, ri 1 I.!9.J, PP! | N. 4,
as'
at. leant1! 15',00'fr; ', more high clan :: preach* at the _Baptist>Church next: ,

diluent' of: oth. r8tateH thanfi the; (iead(" thought the local"cooler/* 1 Sunday a.' m'J and p. m. !i I I''hlilt' i i'I'! ltl,{ .II,! I !JIII !Ii, _ry!I'11, _o';'Ui 1llil .''I. 4 ln|, giln'd,, ; l I'' "' ''I I !, rl j n I.J I.
There he was Incacerated; a little
woulA''! expect, If I we- did not hav.raring1. Mrs. R. M-. Brice and daughter I I I ji N !
." 00 cool for his health, so he; 'Miss Gertrude, of Maeon, .Oa., are ti" J 41ywt

.< .' .' ,et fire to the ceiling of the Jail) the of Mrs. Brlce's sister- 11
guests
J'!JACKSONVILLE veral pet ;!>ollc said: The blaze was extng4! )'D-law..Mr J. I. Tucker. } ;l ij! ;III! II '/Yy. iIl II'' y! I Mi

sonwere!> elfrbtly Injured: her; Dished, In quick order by the' fire II, Mr. and Mrs. W H.: Maxwell, pyl li.i. uh'a 'll '1 14Nr I 6 .

TI\'ur\ lf.ay-lo'' a disturbance betweet .,!'epartment.after.' .small.. damage were the guts of' Mr and' Mrsi EM1 "!' '>A 4 H M At f 011 I !

l1I re'th..lt1tWre.-sco"e' ) < white' mei I| Roberts'' of Lake Butler !
II'
and!> negroes, which broke" In t II I, TALLAHASSKE. FLA.-Paying last Sunday. : It y {

recreation park while the crows "'dgh tribute to the ,skill' ot engU Mrs T. F. Brown. and son;, r. ll j!iJii n I i:..It' I!. I 1l tR}: I dIIiN M a,

Peers' who planned Florida hIgh. ; West' were visiting Mrs''\
wan 'Kittening to the radio broadcast Oordtnv ; ..
of Senator Robinson's speed /ays and bridges,. Foim Hathaway BrowikV; sisterMrs, D.. W. Moore''\ 11 II 1 l PWII

of acceptance'. ; halrman''of the-'road-- department !reBBalast( Sunday.. ; I I mil {, !Vt I l t+ ll ; i ? .

Clubs knives, firearms am #Tuesday announced that damage !>- Mfr O_ Hayes of Starke was. hhlfIII! !, IhtIMt IMt!IA; a'I'r'' '!Idkj lVIIII'I ; li )

bricks were used.* W both whit :nfllcted-! state highways by t"'t1 ijtratisaetlag, business here' laatMonxtay. I ,II Iht 111! j'' IIN; ,,. ,! !; j { I IIr'11,1

and negro participants. A negro ecent hurricanes would not ex' : ., ,, Lili! IIIII4!. ,!Igl! 1k, i

eed 100000. -4!. .,\\t> .1 Mffl1 !
woman was treated at'' a hospCta1 I 't---- -:- : ,

blow for head of a Injuries lead pipe received while one from'mal r 1 nalned Bridges high, with and one dry exception above flood re t I' WOTICB OF''APPMriATIO'W' DICED'I !: "'OR.'rAX' .i'lilli'' itl ji, ___"' { { l 0rU\; iI{ IIiI.d'_. iIHIl lilt 41 t ,

was struck In the leg by a bullet I rests. The worst individual blow ) jI _

Several other'persons were report .',iras dealt at the Suwanee Riverm I N6tl<.'III' h.rehy irlvcn tl\at\ L? flk I
the old Spanish trail, where k ivwc Upholder of Tax ncrtlrtrata No.' I_
Fd-Blightly*injured. i:''frO feet of pavetf'road' approaching 241, tit* 6th day of Jury, .A., D. I9t.. _
,Squads of policemen and cit ''as"nkd"said'. C..tln1ld'lw/ my of

detel'tlvell. summoned' th1' thelsceftf' the bridge. was' torn. up. ''ire,feed and to tKBU0, made thbrenn'1w applKntlon, accordant'for Tax ; ;,*i'fAlllfil{M! I ''EM1'tdk' I ,{ ? + iI i// ;

Welted, the' disturbance, only ti llvtttl' .. 8 1d-.ttft..a.t.. .mbra... ,
have It break out afresh a shor I JACKSKONVILLE. yotrn&ter the following depcrlbe, proper, !. : ,
ltm... later. who outwitted, officers who -ltuute In Bradford, o.wlt: ,
.' a' .. r I ought tw arrest htnv, or? charge/ I 11 AU:Bnuth- half of'80ltMIA"" \ .'"".", r..I' MN
f housexbreuktng1. was' in' jail here Booti' at Railway equal ,5'', apron, InHec ,\ t'.
The first life known to hay 41, ; N ,
33-Town > South hangs .
ioti ,
been taken by..th flood waters othe 'hursday a victim of his own con' tt East S acre I'hs. a..n.nt of .i p.ir ,d," kr. Il { d1 r,. 11 NMn IktR{ ( t! d ), R
cience. Whew' lie- wall heard b> Maid' property under satdeertinrnteauued j i

Suwanee river now repnrtei households,.the'boy, who" .gave wan. In the nanteof Mailtordt'ounty You can buy &b safe motor oil/ by ties /uarl al any Pun-Aos b4
on' that of W. J Bank
rampage, was '' 1f!
:Is name1'as Oeorgtt' B. Smith 19 t. Unless said prtlflpat shall I" r.. Slatiani or 'In she riandyfivf and vntalli>n tint thuun hem I
Caltahan, Lake' Butl rj;' father: a' noise like nm. ,,d acrordlnir to law,' TtvC Bredwill !< 'rJt
made '
Charles Callihan of this city. ,'o address UMM th.r.>6n on the lot day of ,
The Callihan i Duple of- cats (VshtlBft: and'' the \ ato1,.*!-; A. D. 1021f l G ry
elder Mr. alighteefrom ; r
: 'ousetiolder.; went bWk to, sleep,, gaud this 28th day of Augiint A.
bin automobile at Fort Farr 0. 138.
nit last th. I ut he unfortunately dropped a O. W. ALDERMAN:
Saturday to Investigate
'' rink Olrpult Covet, Paraffin b.ase' crudes
latch and that woke his victim .(Seal\)
river by foot' because of the higV: | Bradford County, FIQrlda, ,
'vho' for pttllcet .i..x1 .
Waters, and while exploring, hsae screamed -$l'9 "M. .
..' bold under a house
The bar
Th)
swept Into the current; '
!dy was recovered several hour. vhlle' offlcera searched for him 1
later, nd then when he heard some NO'W'lrli: of! r.4Tr :LRnlmr ,, t4 x q'.i ''lb1

the neighborhood, hf --"" .
i Resides the local son, thj>e hooting In I
himself I"l declarlwic thai' ; > .itl,.",8herlit'oe'Arsdfartl.Coentyj'
other sons, four daughters and'th..tdow' urned t !State' of Florida:: Mal.e Itt '
survive.-T1m-Otvk/ >n. IB was the hoxee> breaker, and I I ,D""I'n"" wn, that I, H.; PUy Pr wfora ; yt !
not want anyone else to ;' Secretary, of !State of tho Htflt
did
.
S ,M ,, 'l 'e if Fli>rUl i rtA r.. r.by give nntlte that 4.4.
Fort Lau4erta-eV. ....Ata: ".ttilliltr; uffer for his doings. vOKNKKAL: Kl.KCTION will t>* h.l.l '
DAYTONA; BEACH,-W.; CK O'- 'In Hrartfor* t t,,.of.Florida, t j ; ,
expected to> ntfuatMt'dienl.tn'' l who on Tundy next nu<>p*..dlHr the flrt. .
a' '1500,00:,etuetprlftft"! h*' \!*> bee Irlen of'Independencey' Ohio, Monday In November. ; A. D. U18. : \ ; )I ,''v. ./ rA
here fell from the Sixth : /i\ :
tad been' visiting the mild Tuesday being day /
assured P6ft Eanm4rdI v J. FlUrt \ :
November.Fm'
of Chleawv stwe; *;8'W an ret" Is automobile While It was. hoistedtop ,j bf tfivttcil Rtatii. Rrnatof from :.: I' p

offl tat) a greasing raeta at> a flllingr Ih. f.ue''of1' Flivi-l meat wllW! ctty aiw'' rtttt (rntn-' Mrrh-, 1929.. 4 + t t S ;, Al '
suffered I .
to estabflshlwpeantUfdv" the\ mama I I ton\ here Friday .. Fo .HlxPr( .Mld.n1la1 KUrtorn', ; Yr ., h ", t ,
\\ ractured skull and died In a boaltal For Knprrnetntatlv. of the HnrondConirroKnlonal .
torture 'ott re&Matle' a-n.\< frtttpackage timelater.. District nl the I'Ifa.' .t. ,
*-,!) .tM"an\l hamiman' *' a short .* .- e at Florida,' In the H..vpi>ty.nr..t Con' ,
,
OthU'W > %r""R nfthITnKoil "Rrat' *. d' .
rtcerhave
TW
products. c Jacksonville Beach,-The Jack. For Governor of the. State of Flor I { '
will ttmtii1muint/ pa-yroll'' o- ., A.fft "; 1t' '
;",. onvllle Beach Kennell! club will ida.For. Secretary of Slat of the State .Cr I t
'U-OOO
'i : Pan-Am motor oil protects car tive engineers<< us the. ideal lubricant
r .- .,. .1'STUAR t pen a dog racing meet at Its new'' >f Florida.ForrAttorn.T Oeneral of th. 8t.t. \ your ? Iw a
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",""'"- Cianal''PO4M.Ineateon I rack here Saturday It was an ; of.'Florida I tinder all driving conditions because for mode.motors.. e eIt
the aotrtbeactettraheveoftliakfOkeechobee. : : tounced by Dr, P. E. Watts,, Florida For Comptroller of the Slat of ,

lOtf net ne of the owners of the club. > For Treasurer of thw Sfat of Flor : Fill; the first Pan-Am '
wtMi hfcv* dogs were" received at' ida. : is refined from pure .paraffin-base up, today, at
homes the*contract t >fa1I1ncUS': Ninety ;.
: For" SUpe..lllten4Mrt Put>ll.. Intruction *-
OOO( o, has been''awardedfor th' -conStmctloh he Ions track for 40 yesterday more to and arrive-reerva todartave <' For Commtesion.r'of"Agrlcuitureof of th.. Utat of Florida. .... crudes. Nature has given this type of station you sec. Every dealer has a y j

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of thfes" btrtldfngB to Ctate of Fl rlil.. '
the :
Quarters to h'Htro. !, m-eti'. wh been made, Dr. Watts said For Two .1u.U.....- of the Kunrcm : r petroleum exceptional qualities. It scientifically prepared chart showing.
will be conducted
Florida. .
The meeting Court of the 8tat of
will
Company's work 6q plantation-thfe'SouthernSugai this ;season without any system of betting, the For tl'> Two Plate Railroad( Florida. Commissioner.pt produces the toughest,sturdiest just the right grade of this safe '4s

'. >romoter said. 'The''' track, whtelriss For Cut. Senator for tilt,,' Sena.. tth
cowitrn tlow' for torlal'Dtetrlet'of tlt.> ftt of "..r-
been under oil
Tampa, Fla.,-D splt' a temvo ; motor oil'known ,, motor to protect your car.
racy shutdown of several dayt ems time, will not be'completed 'Ida.F41;: On. .Mmt>*r> of thw ff Mr*.
'
due toll damp weather; rlgaf' fact ,>tefore-> the .opening. ..day.
!tIn' here. turned outs> 48,529.00'' t B'1ACn-.J0tI; '., For Coenlr3adge.FOr :! a SELECTED ME N !
WEST PAL HTntrlffft oil is refined with unusual i
'ears' In eight mil -
August, newly killed\ here t For Clerk of'th* ClrfBU'C ort; >r
"o" more than In Jul*'' and two -to'a'plumber.W'' For : A.**."or. of Taxes, The Fan-Am frunchUte I I. only given. k
retay af the termlnatlow ot Fo TKev.llrto ; I care. Its specifications are
anal one' halo mere than In Aug1If11'laat'78IIU" what police characterize as an all For County Superintendent. of 1 ; todealereofprovetlbudneuchorae-, V'lI'
; public Iintruollow
!
.. a' lay drunken bVawl. His death was For County Flv Hurvcynr.For Onmmlmilon. ... similar in all respects to those ter. You can, trade with confidence ", Ij
pick stab In the rn.
DA n'ON'A' .BEACH;-Tft dab .aused breaks. For Thr.County.rs of the Conn* Ij''
'*,< Da-yton Beach's. 1929 bead 11, &fat ear, tb# Instrument'' pene ty Seard of Public Inntruotton.. ..et..up..by the leading automo- at any Pan-Am Station.
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For Justice nf the P.ac.l and
brain.'
*. totnoMI."spe d contests may b ''jutlng. toe described' Wvutborltrv fen th... f<owlnr Justice .)..tn.t.. ; t
fixed Ororef" If. Ifenry. via: Won. 1. *. 7. r o
at a meeting to be held a *. a "bad man and For Constable "In and for .ttw, IoU ,:
Washington early In September tM 'jowln! Justice ntotrlets, visl/ : Hon.It .
held for
t meal fighter: WIM t 1' -
II wa.arm..neect here" *' Ear :rime. In* Testimony Wh.reof. I hav* Pan fmerican Petroleum CorporationAlto

Wheeler'and Mayor E. H. Arm.ttrODI' _. h.r.unto set my hand and afllx.dft tI
.O. I .
W III. Probably.. to'Wasir' 1 BC Atuuf tin*.- .-opened'foronstructioa St.trofFlorlda. at Tallyhas. l 4 '

I t1 abtlut September go. of boys' dormitory al .... the Capital this Jittrilatort of KIP instctltUe, SEMDAC autopolhharul SUVERLX candles y '
5 to .1
con Deaf ,at. BUild thtw nly-ntlid_ y of iw .1rd
for $
School 1 I
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narsd rdM w Of thb,bnnean o.. Att&u.t.: A. T ( fe s.
!fl.T.l H' CLAYY c1tawp"tRD' rd rda
Dee regarding Atrf Melbourne-rMu road bulldlai *e of State; > i|
1IIJ0clatioa the ttimtthe To W. J. Jp: .r.on. Jlher.l of Brad- r1w

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,. I3RADFofD"1f(: T }:uhf;b1 trW;, AitA1tibe1DA': FRIDAY: SEPT 7,
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'hours"'oneatl fn1c\t hhd refte\'t(1' r (iiitunloy. Afternoon,. .. Starke.y r
consumed from I '
car was completely (thbxnof five IJOlindli l of bacon and et0: : :Sorvli tn- song, .led 'b University of Florida Quartette
the dash board back.
said thry had Ji'rrv Johnson.' Keynote Message-"Keys to
hoef The boy
Htcak
J II Hayes! and daughlcWllma
Mrs.
always' thought hogs produced the I Devotional) : "Crusade \Vlt I L Success" Fuller Warren, a great BURNEYT
Lcisrt have returned to Keyaton
{ heights \Monday Sept. 3rd from ea baron and they never thought ol Christ In Christian Citizenship! ,'' leader in the Christian Crusade

twit of two and one half month s such a thing/ an them akfrtc( (ft. Mrs' J. J. Sullen Starke, Fla.t Campaign and Florida's famous

In her former home at Glennlo, AI After this experience!' they "hung :t :no-Special Mule\ Gaines' young orator. Florida's youngest
vIII" Christian Endeavorers. Representative In Congress. LAWTEY ;FLA.
the It high.
cols Mich., which Is on I .
The regular: 'onlll1unfty picnic :II : OB--"The Heart of Chrlstla n Sunday Morning, ,
1 TWKNT1KTII northern part of the lower penli
,i1+ CENTURY: CLtUV 'ula on the unable River. The y' which IH held every two weeks ou Endeavor; -The Prayer Meeting,'' 10.00: Christian Endeavor
I Fr Friday evening In the park at the Billy !Matthews Class.
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Mlclgan about noon on
t left ; :U: ;! Cash Prices f for
The Twentieth Century bridge day In a Cadillac, sedan drlvin! edge of Lake (lIeu@va wan postponed l -Recroatlon," Hev. A,, I'rogram," Laurence Wil- SaturdaySPECIAL
club met with Mr. and Mrs J. over 1400 miles) In.' three: ,diyH. this time until Monday .

; W Andrews, Jr.. Friday. evening Scout Master Gainesville'marched R.' S: Seeley. o 01 u 1 I Sept. 3rd Labor Day). -As usual II.:3:35 lUtchelor.: :; ;-Convention Song: "Hel(| liams.B) "How it worked In a Progressive -
4 at their cottage on Klngsley lake Croup 2'of "
large number gathered trfpar" .r.t..to Find My Place" Church, Billy Matthews
complelelcon'inercd a
,1 Tuesday y
town
Tables were'arraD fd for brldgi this "
k ,wonderful Hiippel- tot :a I-tiprclal; Music (C"Launching) our to serve,
,
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their take of time
on tbe veranda 'wHich. aa'l: ) It, and pitched
hlhJH
Wilson Green District Preuldeut.
AddreM "When Youth ,
00 < I
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eDed with wall vases and imsltetiof tent 'on.l\. beautiful point on the: tvhlrh then gatherings; are :noted: '.
CrusadcH With Christ: ,' Mrs. D, 11:00: Convention llermOI1-
i' golden rod and golden glow. Shore of I lake Qeneva""where the y' norlal..oiniortiiiltloi' 'lt,xfforila.
rnlf-t lie > \ > 11. Matthews. Rev George' Lowry, Presbyterian
Mrs. F. !<'. Stump captured highSf,4 ( 4 ,f. ,, I Maxwell
Tuesday. 6.0--CUUISTIAN::{ ENDEAV Church, Starke. One can House Coffee 48c
for ladle and received a roar ; "
$ bowl. High for men went t Id Mr flerful time and no casualties. Jtu .. '4D .. .0 .* ".t. OH FELLOWSHIP: BANQUET; at t NuiKfrty> Afternoon

N. Sternberg and proved to bo an to emphasize the fact that (' te, )* .. vj'.'' ,' Club' tlouso| Toastmasteru,. Jerr y; 300- Soug Service led by Jerry
e '' p
-i' Johnuon.
Chair ash tray. Mrs N. Stern life la not all roses and sunshln I /JohnBon and Fuller Wurren. 96 Ib. Sack Flour
w arm $3.90
and 3IS 'Crusade - - -
: Devotional
: /
: yells
one Church Services'4)A hunts uongs.
r1 } berg was given a bridge; score pad the wind 1 took down of their! .
"
With Christ World Peace Rev.
night "This Way Up, Jerry JohnsonHtttuiilay in ,
low and Mr. O. L. Beaseley. tents Monday\ canningskirmish a .
for acorn
,N : l .. who also made low was presented In their ranks for a time .. ... .. .. l INIglit, E.:: F. Montgomery, Lake City, Fla. 10 Ibs. \White
r V with a deck of cards. George L. Dlrd left Keyston II 7 :SO-Service In bong, Jerry 3:30: Special Music, Lake City Sugar 62c

A ? The hostess served a salad Heights Sunday afternoon takln: I'JtI;!oIn 1"J'lmJ.\N Johnson, leader. C. E. Society
courts at the end of the '' the train at Starke for Peoria, 111. -- Prayer. 3:35: Address-"What is
Ions progress'I''I' where he will Join the faculty of
r : Those' playing were: Bradley Polytechnic Institute 'Sunday school 10 a. m. ." From the City of Starke, Mayor McIntosh

IJ Mrs. O. M. Inntan "Mr' and Mrs. where he will assume charge; or Morning Worship, 11 ''u. In'. Sermon D. C. JOII"S. Convention Offering i

N. Sternberg, Mr. and Mrs.i.. Wy- the journalism department. by Dr. Lowry, "Uave Faith." From the Convention church: Pageant-"When Youth Crusades 241bs. Self-rising

f 4)) man, Mr. and Mrs O. L. Dfanley,; Lawrence \Valrath, 1 son of lIon I Christian Endeavor, 1 p. in.BvenliiR Mr J. M. Truby. With Christ," the High 1.10 0 0I
1 Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mr. and V. M.\ Walrath' Mayor of Keystone worchlp; 8 p..: m. .' Un- From the young/ people of Springs C. E.: Society.

Mrs. F. F Stump, Miss Mabel Heights, returned to thin town Friday ion service Starke. Mr. John Powell Convention Song. I
_.._ Kexponue{ -"We're glad we're Closing Address "Ma king I 4 pounds B. R. RICE23c
Weller and J. J. Truby. from Hrevard, N. C., where for ---- ------
the pant six weeks he has beoi HT. ;\I"'k'" Church, Jofll: li4uil. | I here" Mr. John N. Sale, Archer Your !Mark:" Mr. Fuller Warren.
'.
1l P ,, assistant counselor at Camp Carolina Fourteenth Sunday after Trlnl- Kolo-Mr. Wm. W. DuBosp, Sunday> Ryc-iilng

V4 WHlTtm JlOSOIU'UMr. ; Mr. \Vulrath will spend about tyty. San-font. 6:30: p. m.-Christian Endeavor 3 No. 2 Tomatoes 25c
ten days with his parents her 10:00: Church School, Miss\ Mal Address "Tomorrow's CItizen Hour, led by Christian Endeavor cans -

> and Mrs. W. O. Halle entertained before entering t the'state university pas, Sup't. :)' Today," lion( It. A. Green, Society of Hawthorne Fla.
? 11 ', y In honor of their visit- In Gainesville 11:01): !Morning Prayer ,laud Ser? Suiiclny Mjlit
" l ore !Misses Ruby and Jimmie Scout troop No. 4 of Calitpsvlll moil. .. 7:30: -Service In Song. 3 cans No,2 r+ English Peas25c

t Davis of Rutledge, Ga., Thursday made camp beside Lake Geneva Friday, Goo: p. tn., LiInny.Ituaieell f Prayer

evening at their home. Sunday August 26th. They expectto S. Carlnton, 'Hector. Say it with Flowers Resolutions, time and place

The guests were reclvd In th living remain until next Sunday, Sept Committees' 8 pound Bucket( LARD $1.15

? room, which was attractlvly !9th. Those spending the entire two U APT 1ST CHURCH Flowers For All Special Music.Convention .

decorated In coral vine, and enjoyed weeks here are Morris Mlttlemau\ Itev. C J. I', Kn. niond Meaaage-"Crusade
'+ > games and songs, before Jimmy Goodaon. Warren Gushing. ,,,. Occasions With Christ," Dr. Elliott of Pen- 3 Soap 3 Powder 25c

7 going to Hampton n ac'h to dance. Norman Alday, and Richard Jones. Sunday School at 10 a'. m.,'J. F. ney Farms.zOffering s- -
Visitors are James Bhacklefon for State. C. E. Work,
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umpromptu Kickllter, Miiperlntemlent.
and O. I). Morris. These boys seen Worship at 11 a. in.At Gertrude GodbeyAnderson Vocal duet. 10
i, n'' added attraction. thoroughly able to "paddle their 8 p. m, we unite with the Conndt-raUon service, "The Rip- 1 pounds Spuds25c)

t, Enjoying this ocaalon with the own canoes" as they are getting oilier congregations: In U'Bervlceof saw Puzzle of Life," Jerry John
l bonorees were: Mian Elsie Jones, along without tile aid of their welcome to tho new"' Presbyterian son.

NI. Harriet Bitch Miss'\ Catherine Scout Master, Melvllla E. Johnson minister In their church.n. Phone 39 Waldo Fla Installation of officers. Don't t Overlook our() Market( ; a full
Beckham, Miss Hazel I Mlddleton who has not been able to be with V. P. U. at 7 p. in. aa usual Convention song"'-:'"Help Me to
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Miss Rutb Sternberg, MUs Virginia them at I thin time. Everything:: hall Wedticwday nild-week services ul _._ _._. ._. '_'w Find My Place." .' f

i ;i Weeks. Messrs.' Hamilton been tranqul camp thus tar, excepting 8 p. ,m. Line'of Meat

Rltch. C. II. Coulter, FdugeneMatthew. for I the fart that tho lings ---.--- .-- -- WKATIIKH: ItKPOUT;

., Carlyle Ritch, Comer' made them a visit during the "wc ('IIIII"'l'I.1'SIH" I: ,\\'OIl I'PAINTER'S \\'cather're'ord for week ending
Long Charles Darby Gerald Mlddleton I'ltNiit.tM7'ho _._ ,
September 4, 1928, Southern' Forest ---------- ------
John Powell and Sam
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Experiment: station, Starke
Bternberg. \ Mr.\ nnd Mrs. II. O. ]Itlcluu district Christian! Endeavor: .' Simon Pure Citrus branch. ".\sua, MARION MALPIIUHS Mrs Daisy Murphy, Mrs. Eunice

returned laat night from a week'i will hold Ihelr sessions, In Starke and Date Max Mln.. Preclpt. JACKSONVILLE, Sept. 2-: Dan* McKelvey and Mrs Tbeltna Bur-

,' rd f4.WIBLMIN01'rtRTl' / visit with friends In Slarke. Mm\ at the Presbyterian church on Sat-: Aug. 29 91 74 Trace el Marlon Malphurs, 68. of 1104, leson all of this city: five eons

1 a F. Jones of Interlaflien was the urday nnd Sunday, Sept. Kith and, :Gent Farm; Crop Aug. :.10 91 72 Utckawanna avenue died at a T. L... II. T.. J. D., and C. M, Mal-

1 On last Thursday nrlerl1oo.n a guest of Mrs Emily!: Richard. 16th. The following program has ? .'' Aug 31 93: 73 local hospital last evening, fol. phurs, two brothers, Frank and
r '"J' party of Lake Duller people motored during the absence of her /son and hopn arranged for the two-day neoslou Sept 1 I 93) 71 O.i: lowing a brief illness. Mr. Malt Joe. Accompanied by the bereaved

I i to Kingsley Lake, where a daughter-in-law 1'ulatka Dally : F K: RTIJ1ZEliS I ept.; :2! 95 72 ihurs was a native of Alachua, family the body will be forwarded

r ,t delightful swimming party was News, Friday "' ''tnrt/H/ )' Morning. ;/ Sept 3, 94 73 Trace "'I a., coming to Jacksonville from Sunday to Broaker, Fla.. where

4\enjoyed.. 10:00: -Opening long! service Sept. 4. 71 __' there several months ago. He waa funeral service and Interment will
C ?' Among those going were Dr led by Jerry Johnson, Field Sec-. Arc Total rainfall _____O.SincheHFiles member of the Seventh Day Ads take place. Seashole funeral par.
a nd Mrs. J. E J. Names, MI-H. W. L. AVyman and C. H, Coulto rotary of the' Florida C. K.I:; Union. vent church Surviving are four lore are In charge of arrange
"TIME 'R" J) AND CROP
ff. York and daughter Mary Bess, !accompanied' I he following Boy; Daylona Beach, Fla." ,. have caused more deaths daughters, Mrs.\ Murney Jones, ments.
TKHTEO"Onr :/ :
I Dr,,and Mrs. E. A. McDowell\ Mrs Scouts to St. Augustine on Labor 15Devotional: ) : "Crusude I'< than all wars 'omblned-yet dome _

t Curtis Bishop, Miss Hattie Fowler, Day: Frank human(, John Iowan wllli\( Christ. In Evangelism/; Rev? of us do nothing to help prevent
Miss Nettleuiae Fowler, Rev. and Richard Long:, Charles LuclaiKickllter. George Lowry. Btarke:: .'"\\0.. Brands are the Acknow-; future casualties. Filets have noircforenco -.-,... 11N.Il.XNI !I

K d Mr. E. A. McDowell Jr., and 1 Junior McDonncl, Kline!: 10:30: --SiM-cHil I MlIl'lle. _,hedged I, Htrfnda.jrd:: flby which' -you or some of your 1
'
Alva Fowle .-r-Lak, Butler Tlmea. McMillan, Glen McMillan. Julian '1OJ5-AppointMeiit': ..bommltlePH. "Growers of Florida have 'amlly or' friends may be next. HAROLD G: WALL ;

r t ", < I Peek, George Raymond Lester Judged all fertilizers for Start today-and kill everyone r.

WILD-LIFE--PICTURES-- Price Robinson, Kldredge: << Robinson 10:40: -AddrcHs: "Christian KndeHVor : nearly forty years. you see It Is very easy If you use INSURANCE

I Elmo' Strath, Charted' llenr y and Its purpose,"_Laurence "Giving nil we run for what the product produced and perfected -
i SHOWN McMillan, TommyVlllamlt\ ant Williams State: President Jacksonville !\- eve get InMenil of getting all <
45't' Merrill McMillan.\ \ Fla, ive can for what \.,." give," of Its kind In tho world.it ;1 STARKE. FLORIDA

In spite of rainy weather and 11.10-: \ --Convention Bong: "Help( U the policy of In fragrant, and harmless! to ] Represent the Best Lending Insurance Companies
S. S Interruption of light service until Me to 'Find My Place." mankind, but kills all household 1 I
i' o'clock the attendance at TUB; E. O. PAINTER "'IRE. ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE BOND LIABILITY
;, after 9 11' U--; Addrcpcr! : ,'T:;hf Challenge inxecla. Just follow Instructionson ]
the club houae Tuesday' evening to Servlcp,** Matthew.\ PROMPTLY
Hilly
FERTILIZER CO. blue label\ of bottle. INSIST: ADJUSTMENTS B1ADE
l to see the movies "Wild Life of In Boudoirland ': '
00-
1J2 Luncheon, sewed by.the FLY-TOX retail
JACKSONVILLE FLA. upon from your ,"'"
Florida" shown by a representative Starke Bndeavorera.: er.-Adv. ;jpSIIplMwlaANaIAMMlrlll.nsmm!" imi 'imiiiiiiiim' miiiimBRISTOL """ "" "" "'""' 7mnnn\ ''''wernrnnnrnnaarmowniwweoniwam.rs ''''''''' '

and ash department WITH __ _:- ___ -
ot the state game HU .
d This series ; 7ya .. ... ,. _.
waa good. -- -- : -- .. -. .. -- -
s ZLLL -- -- '
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q Of pictures were made to Interest .. I

l hk our citizens In their heritage and
t+ to prevent a wanton destruction' WithA

4 t .+ of- one of Floi'Ida's. bent' assets. F. : Here Are Tires

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,, CLKRMONT ImlTOn'ISnOn: r
k -- 'ft1tLMttum
,41 'r John C. Lochner, editor' of the t BACKGROUND OFENDURANCE

Clermont Press, was In I Starke'Frt
u '? day while enroute from Jacksonville .

g to Ills!! home. Ho wan acnompanled -
Ea
: by Mrs. Lochner and "tiitII'
son, who had returned from sever
at weeks visit In the West with
r relatives. Mr Lochner had charge.

i of the entertainment program Quilt by the manufacturers of'America's' first automobile -
a when Clermont entertained thenewspaper '
last I tires, backed by a sound! and seasoned organization,
p men of the state CORDKOKCIMO
tI year and In addition to being the KOtJ...." KOKOMO TIRES are now available to loral motor

i largest gathering of members' of ists. This is to the appointment of the
Anyon who hi* dabbled In eo ; : announce
the Fourth Estate held for two
metro art will tell you that U a win' STKHN'S GARAGE; : as the distributor in Starke Fla. '
the two days were filled .. ,
Sj years women. who knows bow to maMigi '
with .pleasure for the visitors. tier own cheek I The pneumatic tires used on America's f first: car El-
3: J' Keg. 2li:!:: :_'_$
It own favorite SOY CI. 5,9))
) + If "faclII8t.ra'Dlllori.you lie' your.* yourSelf witt ( ____ _-*?->- I wood Hay-iies"Horseless Carriage_were built in 1895

sNONNON00e NNONI' llxl _, 10.90 by the KOKOMO RUDDER COM"ANY. These tires
these two fun Keystone Heights : master the routei travelled U| tnt 'IJ.I: II.IB be -
-i f ftags \----------r.-------- may seen today on the original Haynes car which
= .. .... muacleii ot your txc: *a ea to mn 3nt1.11) a5t.i------;
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Ml H Otfden, Cor.A -- -
t'rl with; rather than 1IIIIIInit patting, 4otlaal: _-.:..:.-__.,-. -j. 7.O.1 is on display in the Smithsonian Institution at Wash

r .NNNOONOtNOOONON. Bucondly. culrlvnta a, gentle ],, Uh, ,IJCI .. --..-P-___.____ 11.0.5 (ington, D. C. I
miraculous from death of tha'' ----7"--
escape in
or alappinj motion place -
dlt5'3 .. ,_ :. 13311: :
dny.I| ---- --- --------
was had Saturday morning Sept akln-rulung stroke 0""-Orsndms'S
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Ut about 10 o'clock by Mr. J. It. In mopping your lace' for a borne :J'hfl.tlO: _---- ,. ,
Hayes of this town. He was driving message, her. are the routes { recuui- :Jhfl.tllI: .s------w.44; ..1- 15.75. .FREE ; 1 I

form Melrooe to Keystone mend Otlirr ni In. >Jitl !
Cnt.islte-Foise. ten Proi Heights when ha met another machine the middle finite .
of both banda en the chin: and work' Certificate of Guarantee t
going the opposite-direction.
jpvaidi met outwfd\) until( you ,
Sleljnff'tb&t: they would meet on a I -
reach the lard. Alternate.; comeind
narrow fill "srM could not pass your angers lightly from your: nose 7 -No Extra Charge
he stopped and backed up to a tctoaa your cheek Conra.K .
1. wider place 14' the road and waited :\ 111: -aentle rotary movement "

for'the other machine pans He .roun -.u". auckets. ,I CrrllHcHte of Guarantee for one year, WITHOUT
then started forward and just as MOl'TII-OulOe-tha. angers llglitt-y\ 't SARAGE .
: ANY FXTnCU.RGE, la ls'''tlNI to every purchaa.rr
reached, for the shift lever, hla from the i.ildJIe of the. upp,>.-.HPJciuu '
treat'-wheel struck a small pieceof to the center ot the chm.: aria o -' v. r ., ." : at the time' of ",,1!<., This guarantee) |>n>tert& ev- KOIrOMO

-S lighter wpod and deflected It arerss. '. : < ; 1 : cry buyer of KoKhmo or llrlitol Tires I'NCONIIN _
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toward the side ot the road. The t'IJHt.II\n-'Wort! : : the two middle, : i TIONALLY .\n.\I HTRU( CUTS, ULOWOl'TH, :

ditch.'rtt, 'this '\point/ is about. & feet Insert' of both hands up and out, .e'.... ': \ 1 J : STONK unnslo.s1I1o.J: : : .\UGN1mSTNY Heavy: Balloon I
1 he could the car from the bridge of yew nrtaa. then
deep/Before right' siftn FLOR1IM t 'PIIbNl:9T '
!U plunged down the steep embankment ran .foiehead with heela ''of' your'baut i3'r.\ | .T KUAI 1I.\ ..\ Ut.on.. OEFKCT' !: IX nfATEKIAL OH Zh:1.40! :: ___.,;,____=__-___ $ 8.75
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flla'gonally add when)It finally .-._. .. WORKM.1Ni4iuP. JOx,1.50 _____ 10.15
Nt.t It-Massage downward wltb .." .. ;. '. __----________..:_
Si came to a-atop I H. immediately be palms of Both banda.CIIIN ""I : ;\ .._. ; 29",1.75 ____..__ ___ 11..la::

s f buret barely; Into}having flames time, to Mr.SPot Hayes out.. hands slap-wiUi nrlakly. the under oacka the of chin both i '' L o''. G SPECIAL 31x,02: --.--_--_-__________- 12.7

Aside from the jolting lie received,' .: ______. 14.7
Mnmiitga Instead of beta the ) ________ _______

f and .. bruised chest he was unin la.nrd method fur introducing nap-cold,: E: t =, --. A 32:<6.00 ___ _...___ ____________ 11.10
jured. Ibid\ Jkls rat:, a' LaSallctCoupe '\ -
rrnm Info the face that many women c ri t
left the road three feet seem to think la a auper.aclaotifla 30x31: Strong Hilt30 33x6OO _____ ___ ________ 11.15

nearer the potnl where:: .be n/'iiunt- >ror... for vibrating the facial tnua-. T R AN D U BIES '' Other sizes In Proportion
1y k red the stick of wood, It would elel and timulatlng the now of 1l ll 4'' 29.0
have turned completely over and blood Most muddy or tilMrhi( cornilexlun .
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maf r>" traced to con r.ilooa l !
d. pinned him under It. but as It was ,
the cell or Klanda of the tac. _
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1If.pr.: f"" itt9A >BRADFORD COTTKTT TVUrORATH. ITAKXB. ILO11t41dt -- P.A.f'UIl' "n, r ,.. ''I
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I !Carolina'where' they bIy. beenrpendang '
,I Mr. Gary Enuls who Is now connected the past three months.Mr. ;:....M.NNwNNNN..: t ,at spry qtr{

with the Florida Light and Mrs. Schublger report the LAWTEYMr ;: Grand Opening 3dayi: Monday I 1'': .
and
Power Company on the East i 8
Bits of Coast spent Sunday and Monday condition roads of North aryl, seem Carolina to think In good the *. la. n. *__.,.. Owr .1AON Monday September FLORIDA Tuesday & t

with his aunt and uncle !Mr. and effects of the storm have been .NN+.NNwNe'.N. 10th Wednesday i ,
Mrs. J. W. Morgan. The Lawtey baseball team defeated ,
i somewhat exaggerated. Brooker. with .a score of 22 i Theatre Gainesville 1

y Mr! and Mrs. II. L. Brownleeand to I on their home diamond last :
N re Col. Joe Hill Williams of Lake
Local daughter. Mary, returned Sat Butler was attending to business Thursday The greatest event for Northern Florida and vicinity .sj

urday from Louisville, Ky., where matters In Starke Saturday.Don Mrs. Lucy Redding; and daughter. presenting for the first time in this section, 1: .
jy
i they visited their son-in-law and Miss Annie, of Jacksonville,,
the marvelous
and
Our People Ba.in..t and mightyVItlllfmo )
Concerning daughter. Rev and Mrs. M. C. visited her mother, Mrs. Lowery

Progrua of th. County and Town. titlth, for several weeks. Frigo and daughters of last Sunday. ,
I Lawtey were visitors la Satrke Mrs. Suslo Howell was shoppingIn ,.

Mrs. Marie Freeman of Claxtou Saturday.Mr. Starke Saturday.
xwnuuI !!"""""' -..._-=_-"" -- .- -'- ...,... SSI iia., spent several days of this Joe Starling and family of Jacksonville 1 +tf t r

1 BMP at Klckllter'iO. Friends will be glad to week with Mrs. H. A. Bishop. and Mrs. G. K. Lewis leave were visiting!: friends and tt

info seed that Mr. J. M. Mitchell Is IIblI\: \to From here. she went to Keystone today for Bay Mlnette, Ala., where relatives la Lawtey Thursday.Mrs. .

"' D Mitchell be out again after being confined,, Heights where she will visit her they will spend a week with rel Elite Miner and two children
;d' father Captain R. C. Heiberger. with Miss Louise Theda( spent '
to his
In Jeckeonvilld' 1'ues- to Illness home for several days due I atives. Sunday afternoon at Kingsley The Miracle of the Age ; 1'

Ie(biters .." Paris Green and Black Leaf Everett tier. Eddie went up to Jacksonville OPENING PROGRAM !' '
-- "40." Klckllter's.: !Mr. and !Sire Miner of Sunday where he preachedIn 41
Mrs Belle Williamson of Brad New Smyrna spent the weekendIn the Snyder Memorial church. .'

?. m ti. Mlddleton and Cocoa Gerald. Fri en ton, and Mrs. Nina Lipford of Miss Janet Durden arrived Wednesday Starke with relatives Hob Dinklns of Jacksonville was Martinelli Vitaphone Girls; ,
ieton pwlored to Green Cove Springs, have been for a visit of a few days visiting his parents Mr. and Mr. i X41 u

A.recent Bishop guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. I with her alter, Mrs. O. L. Beasley. James Tlteressa Bradford Chas. Dlnklna here the past week. Metropolitan ihe in t' ** $If\ '

dkine ot Miss Durden Is enroute to Tampa county, was the guest of Palm end.Mr. i.
rites puorne to BatrkeS e iftcr a visit of several weeks In City Farms friends over Sunday. C Y. Mayo, who travelsfor Opera Star t
''Deat IiiI'. was a visitor Mrs. H. C. UlUli, Mrs. O. J. Grit cities:\ of North Carolina Kentuckyand -Stuart Dally News Gress Manufacturing company,, ; t

flu and Mlxs Ethel" Griffln spent Georgia. spent the week-end with his family. -._
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and Eugene the week-end In Haconton, Ga., as Mr. and Mrs. Oscar And re u motored William Demurest ''j'.' i y i 1 1In
Un E S Matthews In Jack- guests ot Misses\ Myrtice and Myr- Mrs. J. J. Lamb.Mrs. Dale Van- to Starke, Bradford county Ed: Edwards of Jacksonville Waring !

tlbewa spent Saturday win Jackson slckel and vMixs Elizabeth: Kendrick | last week, and ,brought back their spent Sunday with his mother,, r s1

rlhe.Ur. have returned from a week's daughter Thelma who has been Mrs, M E. Edwards. 'When the PennsylvaniansCullcgc '
Mrs. J. M. M.Itched and Mrs. I Be sure and corns out to Iho >
ot Jack- daugh motor trip In South Florida spending a few days with relatives '
Canova tars Miss Lucille returned Wed Mrs Epworth League next Sunday Away I Cullcgc Orchestra
\! pee ten lumpter Vanslckel visited her aunt, there.-Stuart Dally News.
't rills the weekendrke. neuday form Waynesvllle. N. C., N. A. Odum of 81. Petersburg night and see who will have to ... ._ ,-- -.-- ------- '
where they have spent the past while away. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Drane and put on the big eats In the Blue
three weeks. two children. Joseph Jr., and and ned Ribbon contest.Mr. SEE and HEARThe ,
166-of O. I,. S. hold its Mrs. Dale 11. Vanslikel. who Edith of St. Petersburg are visiting Clre Starling Is very 111 at I /

Ding fall meeting on Monday Miss Catherine lieckharu of has been spending most of the ; with Mrs. Drane's brother-in- his home out from ,Lawtey. HisRICMK.K "First Vitaphone Program (' ii rr $

olDg llardeevllle, S. C., returned. to her summer with her parents Mr. and law and a sister, Mr. and Mrs. WHAT YOU SKK-YOU WILL UK All t '

home Tuesday after a visit of !Mrs W. J. Epperson has returnedto J. L. Pickerell.! : FROM CfltSK:
V.{.GO Gamblll of Italfoid. several days with Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville to bo with her husband ()I.' I'OISHTHMTION Nothing like it ever before in the history of the motionpicture *

buainess visitor to'Starke' L. G. Powell. who has again enrolled at the The following representing -He the first in your city to see a r ''r

aides University of Florida. Starke chapter No. 166, O. K. S.: A Battle Creek physician says, {t
Miss attended the Robert Norris picnic "Constipation Is for and hear this program
( Ada Wynn of Jacksonville responsible f.
lallgg
Stuart, .
jrt, Mae Jones of E. returned to her home Tuesday Judge A. Z. Adkins made a business at Worthington Springs Thursday mote misery than any Other FEATURE PICTURE \\t
W.
her ''sister. Mrs. after a visit of a few days { trip to Jacksonville, Tuesday. : Mr, and Mrs. W. J. Epperson: cause."

Idleton.Itn. with Misses Florence and Elizabeth Mrs. O. L. llayues, Sara Hope, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Slstrunk, Mr. But Immedlte relief has been {
Andrews. and Mrs. C. A. Futch: and sons found. A tablet called Rexall JOHN in "FOUR \ l'

l>. A Monteith and Don, Georgia Catherine and Junior Merrill and !Mack, Mr. and Mrs.G. Orderlies has been discovered. GILBERT WALLS"

Rhodes have gone to Tal- Miss Elizabeth Kendrick will Haynes, have gone to Falrburn, A. Anderson, Mrs. R. I. Davis This tablet attracts wafer 'from Played by the 107 picco Vitaphone Orchestra the ;
lot a few days. will spend two Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, Mrs. Dale ,
xte leave Monday for Flora McDonald Ga., where they the system Into the lazy, dry,, '
1 College In Hed Springs\ N. C.. weeks with Mrs. Haynes' mother, II. Vanslckel. Mrs. C. H Marks. evacuating bowel called the colon. Miracle Music Mystery\ nf the Age'(

Congressman n. A. Green has! where she will resume her studies Mrs. R. P. McLarln. Mrs. J. F. Klckllter, Jr.. Mrs. W. The water loosens the dry food Popular Prices 'Nhcht Prices
based the E. M. Thomas cot- E. Middleton, Miss Loyselle Turner Attend theMatinee
as sophomore.. waste and causes a gentle ..
Matinee
25 and 75;) f 1
:t at KlngHley Lake. Mrs. S. F. Hamrick returned and Joseph Slstrunk. thorough, natural, movement without
15e and 50c ifPossible Cents 1 x *-
with
Mr. Eugene L. Matthews left Monday from a lengthy; visit I forming a habit or ever) Increasing
Miss Genevieve Rivers of Lake Wednesday for Lexington Va., her daughter, Mrs. William Swln. I have added a Hoffman Steam the dose. 1 till 6 P. M.\ <6 i Till t 11 P. M. 'iw; '

tier has returned after a visith where he will enter Virginia Military yer In San Frisco, California. Mrs. :' Press to my tailoring equipmentIn Stop suffering from constipation _.. ._. u___ _' U ,
'h h Miss Florence Andrews. Institute for the coming termas Hamrick was accompanied on her order to give my customers the Chew a Rexall Orderlle at

a third classman. trip by another daughter, Mrs. T. best of service. M. Leviton. it.COLUMN I night Next day bright. Get 24 for T.twte'wil... iTstila ii: 'They 'werenliutrlu ; ; I'll''
Ml. L. C Kay of .Ileddlck,, W. Oliver, from Georgia.Annonuncements Z lie today at the nearest Rexall! many friends wish for him a 'ft )
with his sisters, lights. ,I I' f1/l .
>nl Labor Day Mrs. It. A. Weeks, Mrs. Mae Drug Store. speedy recovery ,i' y Ijt,; aMr. ,
sea Amelia and Olive Hay. Jones and Mrs. W.oJ.. Mlddleton are being received Mesdames I n. II, Supp and K.K. A. A. Grinia who has been ,"- I \

motored to Gainesville Tuesday here of a seven and a half CENT A WORD Hurney motored to JaikHonvllle spnndlng mime time here left )r'rl- !!: )
\II.\ /and Mrs. J. II. Pollard\ ofAuguBLlne girl l born August 10, band
funeral ; and tha with
with afternoon to attend the pound baby Tuesday wpeut day (!iny for New Orloiilm. lie .an. aceompunlod ..11 t' 5t
Monday Boone ot "
spent Daniel :
Mrs. FARlVISVANTED
of Mrs. W. P. Garrett. to Mr Mrs. Ilimiey's parents They were\ { { \
to St. Petersburg by tI.: : : : ili-\
Mrs. W. E. Middleton.C Miami; the young lady has been accompanied home by her mother' I .
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Tatum of St. named Mary Lincoln. Mrs.. Boons who will be her guest,, fur several Ills. brother, Konxu, who rttturnod! I.. ,?II t;1 iJ-
M!. Inman aDd Hon, George; ,, week will be remembered here as Miss FOR RENT-Furnished apart. home Sunday !1': "(I ', : l.1111"1I.
the
Augustine; spent past In town. J. F. Klckllter We will be in a position to days.Would 't
ment .
Sunday by motor for Waverly, end with Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Dalvs Elmer Robinette. like to liMY that. the mss M, 1 DIckorHon of llurnelllu 11' .
(there they spend two weeks.. before leaving for a visit In Hall- I 8-3-tf.: from Miami, who was bllndnd by visiting Mr. and( Mrs. Enoch: .',.. 'jl: .
15 farms ranging
handle 2Q '
or ,
fax, Novla Scotia Canada. Miss Madge Middleton returned FOR SALE-Missionary strawberry auto Ilghts[ ; while going through[ GrlfllH for neveral) day.*. I I llHB
Visa,, Teety Davis returned to Sunday from a motor trip of two plants; brood sows with pigs, t'' I. f. :
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from 10 to 80 priced
after ten day D. C. New acres
Hard Saturday a Washington ,
three weeks to
Mrs. It. L. McDowell and Red Duroc and Poland China. I
II with Mr. and Mrs. O. C. other points of Interest II
and
tons of Jacksonville arrived Tues York City Wanted experienced mrawber- right These farms will l be I
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light. day and will be' guests of her She was accompanied on ry grower, white or colored with II .
parents Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow, (the trip by her aunt and cousin family large enough to handle and I -
Mrs A. J. Thomas and children,, of Stuart and pdt in our new catalogue,
remainder of the week. Mrs. 1\Ia'y'JolI'es 4 or 5 acres on shares C. Let son
arise sad A, J. Jr.. were visiting Doutt Jones of Jacksonville Starke. 8-31-4t if Include growing A PASS BOOK IS A SURE /1.
can
litlven in St. Augustine last you '
Brown and Mrs '
Mrs. J, S. : M! M1' '
i' end. B. Flynn and son, I I
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and Mrs. George I
City plastered
SALE-6-room
James Hoe of Plant FOR it '
Tampa, respectively, left the latter George, Jr., are spending a weekor bungalow bath, electric lights, crops: or farm. equipment ,, 1' 4aY .
Mr U. C White left Monday forbusiness visit two( In Lake Butler with Mr. Bar- i {
part of the week after a city water, lot 105x150. at 4Iq'
will]) sale
trip to Inverness andtondo I who Is employed in road help FRIEND
with Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Hull. Flynn gain for quick sale, James t ( i
after having spent his .ouBtructlon work there. Lamb. 8-31-21:\ !

"itlun here., Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas E. A. STROUT FARMAGENCY I II I <
formerly of Hastings, are now to- !Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott had as WANTED-To rent 4 or G room I

W"W \iiulsden Jr.. of Jackson. ated In an apartment at Mrs. their week-end guests their child cottage,. lights and bath by two I '
le.pent the week-end here with lames Shepard's. Mr. Thomas Is ten Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott of adults year arouud tenants. Prefer The thrifty housewife has a bank account. j ni ; 4 ,
aunts, the Misses lialsdeu. Ind the Ford Motor Co IteLand. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C, In south end of city. Must jl I
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ainployed at G. M. Afellt.Starke
small amount
|rs, News Jones. Carnell and eon James Frederick, be reasonable: Reply bas 382. IIIma"f, I You can open one with u large or I )

Among th young ladles leaving of Ormond. 8312t'Kiinirulnw }<'Ia. of money.
[Mr and !Mrs. W. H. Livingston'of for the Florida ; I

Jacksonville spent tht. next State Wednesday College for Women are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Hoover !.;.''(' .'.-. i'.IT't.: -II w._.,_,":"._i __..._... .. --- .-----.--.- i It is, surprising! how quickly the extra nlc- j I
t eek-end! us guests of Mr. and J Jra. Middleton Miss Isabel were host and hostess to a family Church street, furnished or un- I II' h"1
W B. Mundy. Jr. Miss{Fernandez Hazel and Miss Annetta Wit reunion Sunday hold at Kings- furnished. For terms apply Ver. .' I, kvls, dimes, and quarters! soon' make a snug: sum { ,

liams. ley Lake. Those enjoying their rna L. Johns 8-31-2t "'ISI1.'ATCJ! ,( ilhPIIiIIMI: ,' in our' bank I i
Chickens wanted. We pay cash hospitality were: Dr. James Chace
F. Klckllter.Mlea of Mrs. Hoover, Dr. and FOIl H.LK' :-- Red Bliss Irish potatoes it, ruin who| 'know*
father First, needs Start saving today-EVERY. YDAY ; and
A post card from Mr. and Mrs: Mrs. Edward Chace and children, for eating and planting, .Ilow.

Mary Dodd, State nurse ,. F. Colley at Catawba, N. C.; Robert Margaret and Dick, of 2 cents per pound. G. W. Hlnson. tools lo ilo take pride in watching your bank account 't illl,
'
their) the Jeweler's
rl(t Monday after spending hei itates that they are enjoying { Ocala. Dr. and Mrs. W H. Chace i Hampton tk't'.ncl. rl' ,

ration' here with her mother vacation In the mountains. They and sons. Henry aud Alvin, of roil H.IK' :--I .ulled' '8 burner It with. grow. '

re. W, :A, Norris. will return home during next South Jacksonville. Perfection oil stove'IS' ,; 1 but- Third the. nmtrrlali. ort* a know I

week. ter churn $1.25; 1 electric Iron: ) ledge of how lo make fir and !Mrs. H. K. Rembert The Starke chapter of Christian $1,00; 1 eight-day half hour strike i I I j
of Stuart> were guests Wed Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Ensey of Endeavor will be hosts to thiS clock $3.00. See W. J. lllffe. jew- You may rifppitit. on all three. ; In 4'4'y y 1 '

"day and Thursday of Dr. and Jacksonville, and their son Lot, chapters of the University districtof eler. MU rkr., Imliitllnir' engraving and Every possible: consideration shown our '
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'''. W E. Middleton. who Is on a month's vacation from the State Christian Endeavor: on ask I
,\nnapolls Naval Academy, are occupying September 1C and 16. Not all of Dealer wants ,ri>n" runnorMissionary optical repairing. I enpet'lally. : patrons) ) I II I 4 4t
Klngsley Lake cot and the strawberry fli a n t a. railroad men for their wafts work. gar
Mian Eatelle Kendrick: has re' their delegates have been placed | : ,
'reed<' from Jacksonville where tage. local chapter asks that anyone Htata the amount you have to ofTrr.Ilnx I (have K'MM1 loaners alwajs on ,

'e vlulted her :'uncle-and aunt wishing to give one or more dele- Addrree, R'J: IHnsmorr, Kl 13. laud I have been railroad. watch u ..

r. and Mrs. It. W. .Mills.Miai Mr. and Mrs. F. It. Thompsonind Beach gates room and breakfast for one FOR IlKNT: -Furnished apartment Inlll|H-ctor: for It years and know BANK OF STARKE i j
son Francis, of Earlton two days to speak to
perhaps
or
motor. with private bath. F. A. Scold how iI
Kathr Mann who hay. and Miss Lena Marrotte Miss Carrie Uglow' iii- i

en the. guest of Miss Eunice 3d to Jacksonville and attendedhe VANTKDCompanlon: to share I a ,
anuva. left Saturday for her Labor Day celebration Mon Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Schublger expenses on motor trip to Los An- Wm. ILIFFE A ROLL OF HONOR BANK : ,y
J.
!''me In Sander.un.Tommie 'i day. and young son James, of DeLand, gel ell. Leaving about Hept. 15th I
are guests of Mrs. T) H.: Ilewke. in Ford sedan. Addresa'BOJl (81, I
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Wtniama left ) Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halls had as They motored here from North Starke. Fla. 9-7-21 U:'|wrt Watch. MakerMiarltr
S. Matthews Pros. R. J. Davis Cashier I '.
Thursday -- E. ,
Ir '' guests from C,1,1 1
a heir
preparatory echo In Ten Jimmie _._ u. .- "'1.. ,
laeewblch; will\ train him for t"ire through Saturday, Misses I
t1Itt'ancIn.to'. >' Annapolis. tad Ruby Darin of Rutledge. Ga. Neat door to Hteani t'resslng lub ,
ladles are nieces. of Mr. I II I
The young
I SWIFT RED STEERFERTILIZER ',1
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The! O E. S.; :chapter lot Lak"ler'has Halle. .. ---+.. "
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Invited Chapter 166 tCteed -" I. :

the official visit of the Mien Mildred Gill has returned Wall I I Tiy J. ECorpeningI t ,,
rand'Matron. this evening. Frt *o the office of Harold C. (
,. a ya' lion of two weeksipent 8ROVGHT '''IMAHUDJ7MVRl
'jitter 1 Klngslfy? Lake, the I I1OTMUUI SE8M5 TMlR114 flit PAR I HOPE YOU'RC 5ATI5PIE iIVU f ft4

IMrj.._4nce Tharln _"Bracken 'otkaonrliie i juest of on Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Ray Now is the time to think about your : :'! BENCH DIiAPJ Me Hefte TO BREAK MY HeAT !,

stopped a few hour mond. 111 I fertilizer for your strawberries. Come .in ATutt! OL9! PuM1P A4 T NCi JIT UPONM ANPOtO Erf WVVGNGBROKlN ,

1 Starke Thursday while en routt Mrs. W. K. Yarbrough "!" and we'll talk this over-from your stand MY BODY/ I root .RO14ec r ,
Easlln her Mr. and,
".ter.hire.'. where she will visit tad little'" daughter, Fay Louise, i point. I know the best farmers here and I p STRAINS. ITC. t oRe
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YOU'LLCorpening'a
>d Pittsburgh Pa., have arrived Yarrtrough's In how they use fertilizer. I co-operate with I iJ4 t'l1i"'I.DY At'Jo f d t i
i visit with Mrs. ,
It. E. Gam end child Starke for a -
n. who have been visiting belIher ') mother, Mrs. U. 8. Fernandez. Swift & Company and keep informed on

Mr. U C. Powell returned ;/ the work of our agricultural college. Let : (pRfEH''NG'SotulG

F turdar to their home lu Savan ) Cowpertbwalte. who me help] you select] the kind and amount of : STORf
b. Ga Mr. J. M. I
with Mitchell's DrugStore Swift Red Steer fertilizer to make the
las been I you ,.
Mr. Mlt- .,..,- 4
D| Mrsf.: ;i. C. Farrelly and son :( for a month while most money on your next strawberry crop. ..
Carpenter
It. P. I -
1ln." hell and Mr.
their
| have returned to
''lIIe In,, South an ook their vacations, has returnedo P. S. Come In before the i ) I
|P tended visit Carolina with Mr.after C. C.rrelly. : McLean, Va. I' *oo/i- rush I Things to make. her glad. Pleasing gifts to keep Drug Store i,

starts. I Ii I II mad. Old fashioned necessities
Weeks and her from getting "The Service Store"alds r
Mrs. R. A. e
and
k
Mr. occupying: the nENNETTGROCERYCOM ANY to happier\ living.. All to be found here priced '
Mrs. C A. Knight. Mrs. W. II. 'amlly are now G. C. I Starke. Fla. 1.Yin 1.
art and Miss Madge Mlddletor :upled by Mr. and Mr. have Starke happily.. tl ;
'.tnr"'Itf" l Waldo Tuesday after Whit Mr. and Mrs. White and I Fla.,

on In the Interest ,of -F.aeterr4r 'noved with Mrs..Noble White I I
worK" .. lied Calla Ie White. I







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ij' : Cleo Ttiomaa MNw tlv ()1ft f. At Hotter Cor;)' 1
& Farming ; .
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:pY'y dh
Mr; a'nH' Mrs.'' Dan Rosier and
;r4( (Bur AlP'lcDJturarJifUtor: > Key C. A. Crosby file* httt reg<< children'\'. Mlshra. Ewmi, Annieanil. ;
ulan' aiitmiirtmettt) .here-; Saturday
xt _L__-_.. -.- .. ._.'!If" night and Sunday AgneftRosier'!! of Jacksonville: ,
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spent Monday here the guest!: of W11Lt
Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute ANt Mr"; and'Mrs." : 1011Na1ta11ner'and, their auut Mrs J. S. Hosier.

t tlclea of Farm Experiences, Method!Found his brother Oran' rt m' Sanford. Mr. and Mrs: C. A, Prl&nle"anU
were
visiting relative bfcre this
children were the guest of Mrs.
Hv'Iirdtbuttedlto'Our' '
To Country
UY t I week-end. Hester Sapp Sunday.

Mr*. Delia TfmnUs, 0ndotilldrpnCleo
... ... Quite number' of. people
!:
,.. young
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i I _____-._._ -- -- -- V .. ,-_ 00- __ _..Jthan and' Gum W't't'1Rhlnlr, lnJ '< from Evergreen attended theEp- I 'r
ck onvlle Saturday .
n.olunIIC..Bf4 the cost Of their teed-s0 pm. worth League meeting at Law!
flavin friend
Mr. Harry and
ARK: IMPORTANT: that t they can be removed trot Isle Sunday night.MIPBdamea _
Palatka his i'a
from were- vtsltlag
HT.TEOne BCMhci'S!4H' flock, permitting more profit J. S. Rosier Maggie
.to rattier Mr. J. C. Daeld) .SiSnday p.m. ,
be' made from* the ones that' are Forsythe and Leslie McClellau''

("'",'lol"rNaN'I"utIIrl" kept.The spent WeUnbsday' ot l last week in

.,.- .t l6iSIB'Asl' specialist gave each\ of1' usa Mr, Lurlwtv-Them* 'fromJaclt! Jacksotavlle the caest of Mr. ahd

An IitotlrAtfonr chart to help, u* In doing1/ the .)n-vUle", .spent the week-en1 1 with Mrs. Roy*. Saunders. f. t l I r hmo'w

( Florida la fast becoming one of work-when he Is not with Us. Here Ma mother; Mrs. Uella: Thomas
Mrs. Liza Varnes Monday/
Mr. and Mrs, IIegan..fl..S"lth'an spent
bulb-producing renters Is what the chart'said about; |
the Important how
wit, h>r Ilster-ll1-I' Mrs; J. S.
Were
of the country Commissioner to pick out the layers ffon. the children visiting relativesinBrookef front- .
,
+ ofl' Agriculture,. Nathan Mayol\ non-layers.: Sunday, < "
found upon' a recent visit over the Ooocl Layer Mn andMr\ : Jint-( VarnesfspentSiindiy M"r. ana"' Mh. Elley Redding of

ataLE.I Comb: Red, large, waxy, full. In) Stark' "with: relatives. ftalford'werl! visiting Mr. and Mrs.
alone Mri, Eyes Mr. O. and H, Pi: Redding Wednesday of last sa t4 r12tiCNCAi
I In Seminole county ; Outstanding-! bright, well J. Wynn daugMr; ,

;'d + :Mayo was ''advised" tee shipment apart; roundish'l Thelm* froth Jatiksmvrllle1) ..,. were Week _moo _._'
1" of< a carload of paper white narclssiisf < Face: CUJin' cut, free from ittlAK relatives here' this week J. S. Sapp and son Geo. were

rt bMlbrt whil h"; brought |16,. wrinkled and yellow color end. business visitors to Jacksonville s

+ x i'' 31'3.03t The shipment contained Body": Deep both front and Mrr: : A: McRl'n-ney-*' been Tuesday..

''t, BrO,750( individual bulbs' or 448 rear, stall aided sickfor'Bcyi'rar'days..' Ww wlsh> tor : Mr*. Wlllam rteddlsh, In visitingher'

1 t R bringing1 ad Hack: Broad. Wldlh dauKhter1, Mrs.. Resale Sapp, V '-L
consignment '
casse,-the ; ('ar led well .hint ar 8Pe- dtl rf'e 'lr1'! :
.
average; of $30 thousand, or Z. toward tall Mr: a'itf'' M+R> W tre*'" Jchi*' ,I at ICalford.Mrs': aa'.wv plaxAlO f2kXa. ? DED xanyY
: r. A. Rosier Cor.CdnaV' ,
e cents a bulb. Pelvic Bones: Two or more and family fro-nf CUyno-1' atlemiprlfcMircli WV.M+p 1'c'rYgl'1 ifALL' "

Eleven grower around Sanford fingers apart, thin pliable t Here 8 7id$y; -- --'" .

profited from the' shipment,. the' Pelvis to Breast Hones: Thrte'of >. .... Point'- Grading and aAI
M.. Nfroni.( y yhntroth
''b cofnmlsahiner'{ was' told.' more! fingers with ,State RoadjN- 29 I 1 S
; f no bbggl-I!! Hampton has beens"nd\ng\ a; few- I bUJfc' Workon; ,
p Mr. Mayo mild that he was told ness day hor- dhrlritr' the .IHrwrns of I In Qkeechobee county will-be\ completed -
estimated bulb'crdp-' lit- Vent: Large, moist 1,
faded before September
lj'' tbat lbe ; h'rf' father! hit' :' J" J, McKnnej| I '
t Florida this year would be a' potential Shanks: Bleached and rather ... Dh'lltttahool'beeo.NeW' highway LJNUt7 faaoal 175
Dr Parks'' wag ft bushes herb'
f production' of lOO.OO'O.OOO; 'Hat, oM ddyt1ils, week" : J'through! this place nearly, completed atv'a'w w..Y ot'.acy

I Duirm. Skin: : Thin, loose. velvety I! :

A New York concern. bought,the Feathers: Old worn late mnlr1.Poor ,
-- --- '
Setnlnole 'county bttlftir.Bulb : Layer nf REFOttT! OrSCHOOl. FUNDSBRADFORD'COUNTY.

; -- growing. .In the state- ha? Comb: Paler small, sciirfyi' }\. Fl 3'd' PL PLAiV f '

become Florida Industry almost Shriveled mw.- +3EQ AD FWOR. PLA.)
PLIlOD''ENDYNO'DECEM8ER'a15T1927The ;
t ver. 'tjfbtl/ the report of the Florida Byes: Sunken/da; It, turning': li FOIL .

+ Industrial survey, Just' made' .t toward the nostrlla.Kye' following report of"the receipt. dlnbursements. '" of the "school, -
fi mantis' of itradtnrd'"nuevy'' for the p..rl"d'. vndrnir. IM.r..ml>pr :.llxr\ 1927j with WITH .\1... TIn 1'f'Tl'n"JfoIQC' qualities allure and hold one .spellbound the window
public" ye with' a quarantine1 on' Ring and Beak: Yell the tranllport tl\nf\ of foreign nary Face Heavily fleshed, yellow\) amt llftbllHIeii and the value of Hi-hnol- property the said Ilrad- <'ltKA<"TKIt; OK TIIK 01.1)l011I0l'S.1:1 blnatlon- of structural mate
} certainInterests course. r"r.II'clunty. RR nnrtcd 'oh'tllb'SIm day of I.rsmhet i ; 1S27. hy th. County .'.\ :: 0V XORM.NUYfly But the plan arrangement oil are well'worthy of
clsiiun b\ilbB ITnnrd' 'ot pit hi IT InntHirtlnrt and the" "mPI'ID'.nthont'ofI.l1\ \ i i ', I "commenced to expore," if add. Body: Shallow, round I I ,IH h.r"hy nuhllKlivd under. the provlnlonn- Chatiter 8S13. Acts. of IftlG, those oldmasterpleces is such a: I Cellar Is'provided iinh( >r4ti<.

and' "Totind Florida the natural Duck : Narrow, sloping, 1Jt'Pet'In ,Law- ot Florida. KRNKST AfOR"omp1\ 'oller, to prohibit modern American live tire house. A generous attlt' Is l
home of Flowers" proylnlltl1at'It"18''seI'Muf *, "enemlSchool Fund ( n. C. Hunter A Bro., ArchNterts tog conditions and it becomes provided.

'" l to no' European t Pelvic Bones: Lens'-' than tWd n.|)..llory' nalnn<<.. fJuty1,. 1 U'1"/" _____________. 11,180.05 The New York) necessary to evolve a modern' plan "j This' house should hIVe i i'vith
,' country. for, narcissus, .aued'1I1ya'nd' .. ,lingers apart. '. Otitctanillnv Warrants, July lilt, 187 ____________ :ao.95 strikingly Individual char to fit' within' picturesque/ ex a" frcmtatpe'; of not Im t

other bulb' productlont"H.aR'ITY 'thaji' Pelvic to Dreast Hones: Less! }4at't7dlaheeJ04iP'7st11927 '--______________________ 2,139,10n.Mlpsi' the acter picturesque of this house farmhouses calls to mind of terlor of the V old. lxty> feet to give It a proper
three fingers, often baggy/ o*' .>ov< K.xi Male, In the houses shown' herewith); ting.
hard fat 'rom-1'lu: crtllector, tax.es* ____________.__.______ 8161: 8foniplfol Normandy, (hat coastal section of I; Cost about I1),700.
MiANTH-) rsdlnpllntaa' .. -....____..-__... 7111.1! France where rural architecture1 the Architects have worked out 4
Vent: Puckered, dry yellow. Camptroller> 1 mill'tax ___-_ ._____________ 2,289.02 a scheme' that* retains the chfcrnt' Complete working!! plan
4 IN STItAW111dRR1SETIO Shank I Yellow and rounded- 'oiupiroll, state( Interest ---_..,._.._c_-..-"-- 1K7'.74 has developed through the cen-t speclfteatlona of this hoiiM
T.OOMAPthnv ; _____ ... .'. and''' gives a thoroughly. practical
44' ) Skin ('onqtroll.r'ga'tax __ _. 1 -A -- 81\11.8" juries In a free and Independentway be obtained ,
I Thick, hard, coarse. Comptroller, tire tax ,....--r-4-- MA.04 plan for a nominal'hon
------ !
Feathers! : Either molting or name ('o01ml... lnn..r )llcenneft. ,- _i __jt: ......--.-- 41)0) producing small houses and the Building Editor. R..
F I le.'$If. r. .M.* CmtMy )new feathers IWnd Dmtrut N* 111; tran .rer' '_...,:.(-i...i..___.__ 1':2110.110e.Chrltcle..h. :' () cottages of such beauty and charm The tr atment.of'. the dormers;; to Hounn A-IC6.
___ __.,___ '
All DrowniMl Out Hays i'; depoalt-a----- J50. aa to defy definition. Their' quaint the details of the entrance doorgooseneck' .
Bunk, not.n __--____-_.._A-"_ 3B o on" I
Word Kroii There HlPTKMIIKHHrOftRSTfONH: mV"H: Bunk, ,loans. ____ ._..___u____________ _-.8500ft 33.fl23.U''
of, three-eighths' Inch i filled Into bottles: Quart' tai
r I'OICNKPTKAIIINH Making valance --------- 35.7 ..32ItlMftikmrMro brass make must be filled to within
tinned or pipe only aI
copper
Plant City, .Fla., All\ *. 31.- : I ** tor".l < -i.iii7-u------- I HINTS TO HOU8RWIVKS:
1VOKH
prospect Hxueinlrd. for Hihooln: a convenient siphon The gooses one and a half Inches' tit
Present .rather meager Sularl of teachers. ____<.___._____._________16.f\79.25\ I neck rests on the bbttom of the this space being necessary rot
for strawberry plant In' thl sect.ion Gainesville, Fla.. Uf>pnli>M. to buildings v-'w.! ,,-__________________ 134.:12: j j Weekly' from Home Demonatra-
the result of the recent September Transportation of pupils ____________________ 4.6,10.1111, carboy or: tank, the Inlet being' pasteurizing.: The bottles nine!
aa IUgg stlons
for farm and grove .l1.n..s of Admlnlnlratlon) "I' tlon Speclallsts.Tallahasaee- above the level of the sediiment through washed before use
slightly
b'eIiTyraI1l'" are not' only causing worlrhave' bppn- prepared by' > Salary"of H iperl"t. dntiii, .___---____________ 1200.00 I .
concern for growers In'' this section, speelallsts > Par diem and itilUaKi of memh"1''nl bn Td154' .((10', In' th of the College of Agricul InehI| lrnlaln. for board and nuprrlHtrndont. ____ 3.B147B, Jo Ice Is drawn' downward Into tti4 lllzed in" live stream a short t tlj
but also In other sections of the ture, Including/ the Experiment Printing _.,-_____A___.__ -.__________ MB.85 -
late, according to Information Station and Jnl.r..", ___________u______-_____________ 114orrnwed .80" GRAPE JUICE' MAKINO It siphon and;' the' sediment Is" not before filling/ but must be'cocij
g coming to the office of County (tension Service.the Aglrcultural Ex1 many -i.,.......l.;,) ____r-____-___ 7,000.00. \ 34,17491 First,,Pmttvurtantioit.The; Juice disturbed. The'juice man' be'drawrl time- oT Riling 16 avoid break

? Agent O. P. Wright, Mr Wright lows}: They are as fol Not hal n...., I>.cmher' :3let. 192'7'4' _.____._______ 1,587.34 must be heated to coagulate pro" off by' means of"a ptaid'hoseFwit1rout Thecaps used In' seallnr
Warrant. oiitntandln-, U..ml..r. .list, J9Z7 u____ 328.4 tree of gooseneck 1 care Id bottles should be placed lit ij
has' (compiled a 0list'' of grower Iw. the Fl.<>i
( ; Jtl of thin section who will have peanuts before they Horrt Depositary balance, l lpmlier ..tLl127"! __ _______ 1,9111.74 to be cloudy If bottled dlrectlt exercIsed. A piece of:bent half-inch stream or' boiling: water for
sprout.
plant for safe and In thin week made bay Is cheapest ASSETS, ANb' I IItnII.ITIESL from the press. This Is done by glass\ tubing about three feet long period of about one minute ]
; save all hay attached to'' B"' hose'' makes-a cons before use. This will destroy
i Rending!!: that list out to county possible General: SChool Fund1' heating teh juice to a temperature

1 agents, farm organizations; railway Hugs: Prepare sows for all llt- Ralanre Cash In n" >n iHory ,-____.._____.________ 1,916.74Uncnllerted equal to or greater than the final _venlent Fllrrutlon.* racking Some siphon. aporea.bottle' bap.on and Nearly! in the all cork spoilt of i
agricultural agents and other ________ IWHtuerlzlnjt grape Juice
tare tie t a better price by market''' tax**. Including rurrrnt yt>nr' 21,393.46SQeclal temperature, others
Intrested In the' growing of straw. ''III1t your hogs/ ? 1 TajfDtsiricteaxhin wise the 1I coed heating w6uld\ manufacturers merely!' strain th. juice 'Inbottlell by mold'Ir

berries. Thin list, however has the county agent cooperatively about ; ask lvahaurq dJpoHitory> ( i.657.91ITnrollrctvd cause the juice to become cloudy Juice' from tbe' storage container Is caused by the re IRlant'.iIIIIPore
/
It, ? --------------
? shrunken considerably since the taxes.. Inrludlmr .f--- '____-_____34.O84A1! again by the further precipitation through/ cloth, A much' clearer to be' found on all >n
Poultry Provide a suitable and Balanoo In-;IxmH 'int.r.i..t and fund______,.21,525.83Total : > 'be obtained' by filter non-sfertllzed caps. The cant I:
product may
telge of rains a few weeks back, Comfortable house for the of proteins. It crystalliatlon: of /
t' ++ t From' Fort; Pierce l In St. Lucia Avoid draughts hi the house layers' avallabl".assets __?--_IH..nll.Ii4'' cream of tartar In the bottled pro'' 'InfC through1> one of the filter pear conductor' of' heat and t
Theyaue 1 JiIAlflLlTIESGeneral previously described. Ifi] the rackIng protects the spores during ttrt
t" u'ntTem.II, the word that grow. -: colds and roupi duct Is to be prevented, the Juice
ers In I that section will have nd .\,'"I'pr PdMtuiei Prepare. Jich6o> Fund' must be stored several months to of the juice after storage hat zatlon of the Juice;. hence llxnof

? i plants at all. A communication winter !special!! permit this to before final been well done,. filtration Is rapidCHoming. ( sterilizing the corks or w
separate
pastures of rye and oaH. Warrants' O'.I' 1n tla' ,for currentItxpenstn: __ ___ 328.-
{ from Alfred Warren, county agent, jeeii root crops for winter forage.; Bond. outstanding ? ... _-___.__- _..--\, .u._._?_-. 32,000.00sp5cr4G bottling; and in ordr that the Juice! Aftr removal of cream before, .use, : .-
: q tv ntt-THirT
,' itAtent! "Our1 plants all drowned ('otttill I Aa soon aa all 'cotton* Int 5tan
t out, so w. will have to depend on t Ducked l destroy al> stan<1hi.. plant, I tar d111t1'l..t'bands-. ,mitmandlntt .___u______ j 37000.0$ age It must be sterilized In pr; intosealed is made clear by, filtering. It I lij 'crop .predicted.' this vicinity

other.;sections fora start;" rule. will destroy the spores of Total containers.. I
anthracnose -
-
-
:
This condition In more or less and':will also greatly re- VAlTUE; 'P'S it- tjfioPERT'V.89m.U : HtocaK!' Separation of creani ,,

true la other purls of the state Juce weevil Infestation the next t tartar Is greatly hastened. by low
General
.1
BO...thai"' many sections are expected year, It I lit wise to V temperatures Therefore largo face
i to, look to the Plant City plant a winter School house and lots ___.k___.___________...97.000 torles
areas use refrigeration
; :rop on the land. during
_
Moliool fitrnlturn,' -- ..______u------- ooo.no B'ck
4 for pUlttll' IhIM' fftlr. Right now It Orov' and] Orchard Schontaypargtuw'-----------------------, 2,20000 storageWhen refrigeration U

doea not appear that there will be Calve last!!! fertilisation and: cultlva"Cltruti': Olhfr I school property, _________ ___n________ 1000.00 not available the same results are : enewnew

a very great surplus It any In this lion to young non-bearing grOY II TotAl I __ ______________ ._______ _______-.108,20000 obtained by *sImply storing the ,
__ section although a number or and nursery stock. The latter i iRecapilulfltlon.ofrReport juice through the winter until

V growers have signified' that they bf thin month and] the- next In. part,the oIi hno'Itond. Interest nd' Sink' February or March In a room the !

will have blants for sale. beat time to apply the clean-up which -reaches outside temper is Sty
{
intt''Fu1Hl: fIodforll'C4unty FIArlda DeCHnMT. :fIRt 1927l
_ While plants l looked bad fol' pray (oil emulsion) for whitefly tures. Test show that storage until -

,{+' i lowing' the heavy rains and I inI and scale. Mow cover crop February 15th la !sufficient.!! Bt

I some -Instances gave out altogether icowpeaa or beggarweed) by mid : N l .... I- 'leaving the doors open on cold
the result of been did m. v .' ... nights and closed
aa having of the month to avoid pumpkin .., II> t' during the day.
: :::
tr'e' under water, those which pulled .; cw:: a.r the desired temperatures) will bi
; bugs. Pecans; Plow undercover ,!fJ -- 15, V; :: .!f..r .7
*, through have the past week looked It. N .. readily attained
crop and put land in condi oj.
,p:!:! i' mr. pi a. a.t ; .
j
,' much better and In many Instances tion' for, harvesting. If possible ::, ..,:F: ::: ,. .. .", ",," .", ....- The containers should be on

,) are now coming out and makIng plane winter cover crop last of as W", :: o-. ,. .'-.... e Ep av': v &: E shelves or racks well above the

new plants. Orowers are hope month. ... ... a'.: og..: N .i.:. 0': ;:I': ... floor in order that the juice may
:> a' c. _a d: E "
fill that conditions from ::0 bEx3 rt. ... be drawn off
now Garden after
on and Truck: Spray E storage.
celery .. ,, : 10\11 "t ,,8 oIfQ
may lie more satisfactory although plants In seedbed with 4-4-50 Bordeaux ; .. c! ,j' i5 r8 Drawing off "fu>Hlon-age.. The set l lj
'
Iii 1 It .generally concede to control early blight, repeating : "JIQ.. tied Juice after storage must be .

that plaits will be late this fall every 10 days. Plant (In racked, that' In, drawn off the sediment
7.691.119 __ HOOO.lhJ 361.51 24.0 IIIUIO.OO __ 1,911.113
seedbeds) cabbage, This Is most conveniently
cauliflower -- 20,68:70': 1:13': 17.000.00 thl.H 874.114 31,000.00 1.61 21a39,303
OltOVR: WlIIj HAVE: MEETING. peppers, celery, and l.tUlee l : transplant done siphoning'' A half-Inch soft

Tt'RHDAY: II from older beds to Held. --- --13,290.411,---- 7.113: ---28.000.00-- 1113.30 8U.U 28.000.00 7.:1: 13.03.97 rubber hone attached to a short I '.
-- -- -- -- ---'- --
Plant beans, carrots, English; peas I More than! handsom'e. pi6'r -

Starke drove No. 278 Woodman parsley, onion set, radish raPt, i ReeapltUlatlon ofReport of pedal Tax'School District Funds

Circle will hold the regular meetIng rutabagas, spinach,. Swiss\ chard .' .. than luxurious! .' .'a' wonderful
at' So'clotk Tuesday eveningat i ian turnip, IlraMord '
.. Spray eggplants; In' 1' County, Florida; jDecerftber3 8t.1921 ,
.
the hall: a
seedbed with 44.60 Bordeaux! t ; a of moiior 'car' beauty :

TWM meeting will be a business Plant narcissus bulbs. ... .-. .. .
thrilling
mee"tln r. 'Officers will her! electedfor .. ., 9 .... '+. t. '
1, .t1. A" : 't: .. .. i in bodyaes'grtIt
turnip9pint
the-following year: All members The Seaboard Air Line railroad ::. ..' .... .. 1 .:>,,' ;;;:.. "" .' ,,'I'!!< \" I :
4 :t:: .! e .!! : 2' .,'l'.t"'!
recently
_ are requested to be-' presnt applied to the Interstate ...' 0 .t' a 1Ji' 1- .
Commerce Commission for. : r t : !::: t 1' .. ., c 4q! }I 1 will be Imitated, of The _L_ + :
All arrangments will be completed author* ... ::1.! w MS i. course! B.l it U not in the ::
at-thls time for team and Ity* to Issue fl.175.500 of: 8''Percent .:: ,' rR-Q.: y" .!!:t :! !:; J 1. ,!;..... Q c."' ''..: ''" .i flew, the fine and' the beautiftl and beastyofexteriutdsuIz'l> l

members to attend the' district gold bonds to be' delivered to .. e.O-.;.; .; !. ..:f J!!, ..... :;r... ..:: ...r.. I' .. .. .t' :, always inspire emulation, But *>. that the t tHlnr ADDive.r1 _'
:
.
meeting'' September. 14 at Island It* treasurer as reimbursements a; 0 j' .' ,Y,1,; Q.. f rr7 Jd'C: f..t f-; ,,': yN OM: great U the cent of bkulding, tfc...' 'e..r......other'raIL Il1lt.\. ;;
p
Grove between November 1, 1927,. and e .!! .f! t! :i ..: .l.. ::0. lo..:.:: -It! ... "'t._.. .fa. .. ..!....... magnificent Fisher bodies fir tel performitac too, the .
Lund 1 1928. ow' ? Y :;"t p y; .!! ;; a the Silver Annlvcrai-y! Buick that Elia
the
SOy Damer }, } >,: 0 i r : hc.1J. noegeal for
Sllcoc ;7 : ,
) ;I Qt. 0' .
a; Nr eta!
.
Q. (:Q Gin 0. + t imitation will/ .be pouibl only' to hlartrr/i'
: '. : r..ry2fclc with
+ Guardian Ah Important in- thw'work- j i : 10 much costlier\ cant ami eve these* si4e'
Aadths
;.. Bnol b'i Ffyher.'
Sor. Lula Hutto, log out of a broad policy of I 811n --- -- 87.111 114.14 __ __ __ -L-_ ...__, 14.4' .. T will find difficulty in- frllowirtg'wiivrvlhiicklesdat .s by
_ Clerk, endeavoring I' UO.U ___ r- Itl,71t .J.eO'! 103,11I __ ___ __ ___ __ JIItU! I zo.oe _:.__ __ > V public, buying inmrhtrem. '*
1' V to give to' the publte!' i 388T..112..: In..I' nU.no :\ \ 2611I.81 __ ___ __ .._ I __ __ volume as ti>for ethe|.... II
I '' J.F.ARSIYo''TO' CIn.LHENS \ the best and most comprehensive 6 no.H' .: -- 141,4.. .t 445.90<< _- ___ __ _._ __ ___ __ __ __ 188.40 ,. t' f1.400.00tt: .has. ban ecpended tnounufctannir factories to work day wJ "',.'TiuppirtbetlrnmiiJ.
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telegraph: service known, la' fore'at t 11.03 __ 13011.411'- 9Y0.0O --- f- -- nO.l"T the diM'al.me fir U .r,.......
y : THAT LOAM. -- 1148. _._ _oJ ___ __ __ __ 11t.', ; :
,: in the consummation of a contract II f 114.41 -'- -- 77.12 "'i'o.-' n.1!! -- ::: :_ -.4._ __ __ 74.41'' '. tiuf new Buiek- bodie*; dad lie tothepromiaenee+dsvngsv'graceaayl !
liU."
: I\HTRAI OF ritODl'OIl' : ".110 11.11& __ .it-- ,
-- __ ... '
J : 1.011 curving -
side
d JI: between the Postal TeU- 10 tl' 4sse3 --- -- tss,44: 2LfHS' 31.41 __ ___ __ "_ _._ 11.35 2-1.00 ____, _. \' pen.leJwhkhfurmooeoftheirdmtngu6k. ", .,
f I rraph and Cable -- -_ .0110' 15.20 __ ___ THrSltVCR.ANIBU'ICK
v : corporation and 326.83 ;. __... _._ __ __ __ 415.ClI '
MraaJOhsson and I were j 110.00' r \log' chartcUrUMes*
over I:hw American Telephone' and Tele* n 316.66: =.= = IUUI: + '; 16,78: --S 18N.353 / represent' tile t'
at a 'culling" demonstration at a 175.00' 109.68 :: ::: ::: ::: -: :ii.iii 90.00 moat expensive eteelprneling MketnpLyed'oo '
I traph comgnnyaccording'; to> Cot. IS 140.2. --- -- 114.11 308.ue 44\.69 ..10 _:: _: .u.u __ __ ____ __ J I
tai, 'nearby farm recently and learned .\. If. GrUwoId. executive vice' -- -_ 140I .t --to-- 48." __ 110.-5 ___ __ __ __ !!II.IO ) t any antonobil intke
*ometbliig bout how to tell a Ie 11 4n.II'111.01 --- __ 1..0 34eOe', 11.97 _. ;: ___ __ ___'... __ __ 110.8:1: C' world! Irltkka.t.ipi.e. ../... J r v"!
>re ldent of th* Postal 121.41 ,
Telegraph ----- U.tIS ___ ___ __ __ __
n, ++ : rood .laying bfJff from a poor one. Jacksonville Journal. 18 7.31 --- -- 131.20 ...+. UO.11t _-_- ___ ___ __ 11.1:1: ,r-----142.43 ,
'J f The axtensl&n poultry specialisttw / -- -------V
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out her poor, layers-those that Ii ter: street bridge at Garden street ---- .. Register Motor Company

A y art Dot apt to.bring In more money I IV Il It It cpalrtd. ___. _

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party recognises: the principleof \

distributing tbe cost of control for enforcement ot prohibition ass Tampa-Itepuirn- coatluit $16- TnA1N HOIRDtJo: Ono tiiiirxhul.li.HIHHtura l. ,mediately follow th* journal entry

[ .... been discredited because good will of .miltl, elerlluu: .'. A. .tv.wing tha Introduction of the bill,
01a.p.I. Jury
crops-over>> It. marketed 000 planned for Laf"y.>ttfl- .Htreetbridge 1th. tralnl IVovlded, however, no publication of J
unit, whom* producers are* benefit faith effotte hav not been mad hf're. ; run as follows\ S.'ol. A. W. Andersou, u. S. any local I npeclal law In requiredhereiimler I

: sd. Tbe party ,further recognitea! for Us- enforcement the conclusions I No.1. Southbound local, due I MumpJtrey.In when auch local or npectitl -

rEST BE ON: "tba* rig-bit ot farmers to lead' in > asserted that a breakdown 'U Val .lr8fllo---Tt'lIltt! UloctrlcalSlRn I, aturke 10t <5 p. m. iBHtlmony whereof, I 'mrmin- law tlHit contain the name* a iitiall provlnlon-not b..om.theffvvt

the development ot farm policies not threatened by mere proposals Manufacturing; Co., located, No. tt, Bouthlmund 10(81. due to suliBorllm my name a iul fntixt' operullv- eflfuctlv* until nam*

and "that adequate, credit facilities, tor modification, but rather by In here. I Starka 11 : S3 a. m. Ibe aval of I ha Raid I"\I" In ll 'hun majority ln-eu rntllled of th* or citialllled."approved.I."tr.by a (

PLANE and bettsr administration ot the difference- the public to proper<< Lake Worth-Location of .Hpross No.3, Northbound local, duo hereunto afflxed, 111 Is tif BUt day pHrtlclpatlng In an election. .al..1,
ICAL Hi* territory n(Tec ted by ep.-
., farm loan system" must be assured execution and by corruption an4InefDcleDc7" factory hr In prospect.: Uurke 6:34: a. m. of AuKii't. A, U 1928. ilul or local lAW;

Ilk tbe interest ot the of many enforcement No. 13, northbound local due 11VJTT CJONFiR..
Melbourne
...--- farmers Sena, : New bridge completed JOINT
ton HeblnnoD.& said. officers it is< recognised that the) spanning Sebaalln River onFellsmere 3tark 3;06 p. n Mayor. A R11xnlUTION Proponing 11), Art

finds olisrtotise ''Weirepudlat. Mr. Hoover's p opl.- contstltute the* reservoir ot road. No. 107 eoiilhliound limited tliikStarhe ATTKHT: \.al".ut h'l. )1 Conntltullon. of the

; Hissing; poeal te> limit farm production pro, to.ths *. all political power and have tbe> 1:20: |x, ra.No. C. A. FUTCU. tstn.1/ tt; Autliorldng Florida, Helming the blvlnloitof to Kdutallon -

Hatreds. *domestic demand as calculated right,, la the-constitutional manner ..10U nwrthbuiind' Jtroited due City Clerk. 8-10-61-9-7. CiHintl, ** Into Hpeclal Tax Oltllot *-

to call for changes la either or bottt 5:44. : I'lVNldlnn for the ftlcctloii
to.1 tiulek Starke : m,
rather p.
than
to NOTICH
encourage? OF ., FOU of Hthaol TrunteeH, Their Terntofttllc
ARM'PPROBLEM AS the(,feat industry of agriculture," 'the Ganatltutien.) and the. law. The W"nn.e lral1l'h-No. 101 leaven 011'1 '1." rr.H1'IO'It..I ( and Out leu; and for LevyIng -

; fc 1'.aw. executive ha*' no. power. to. modify: ?. In Circuit (Court Bradford County Stark. f:3t: a. m.j. 102 lr.ES' and eol..lo'\, a DI.trlctH'ho.1 .

CAMPAIGN ISSUE ;V "If. a.* more ,equitable and 4INu1 j ,either. It is la'no' sense.an., at*. Bradford, Florida.County Banlc a corporation. *lv 2:10: 1. D. A.NOTI(1 IS holder JIF.nEHY"f Tux OlVRN..rllt."te Tlmt It Itennlvril H'hnl Ptirponen.H 1"\lel.tur.

> tire* pUd than :thfet comiirlsed! by tempt at milllfleatioa' to. suggestchanges. Plaintiff ; T. J. Orlffln. No..JVll.h day of Julv. A. of tlie Slate of Florida:
14. toSe.lkin
lTIln.tlon Strssslna, NeedEnforcement' 'the In.th.. Constitution! or thailaw. vs. linn I wait! ccrlincnte. In my ofll Tlmt the r.lowln.AI.ndl".nt
N *, equalisation fee Is dlacoveredj C. B. Hob rt \ niul. hiillcatlon|' for tax I0. Arl.l.Xl Ih. *
andGovsrnmsnt <
'\If It.hou.lc1 be adopted" Sell Nullification! exists.ia.retuaS :. ileeil. to IR.I. .. In accordancewith ntltutlofi'of Ih.1.1. Florida, r*>
I: OI'R'obItlBiou 'or willful tsJlure. I Notlvr of Httftia'm aeJ" hIUutn.: 1..1. Ih. .. embrucenli to ..h."I.n.. be and the pam*
tc enforce. Iltnl
1ft law.
!O'llrl T
continued. ..rllh'Rt.
ub-
r.y "The timethasj By virtue of that certain .xcutlon > tollnwinit piopertyKlttiHtcil II Ilr..d and ahli be
,, poover Stand. : c mer however when an ecoiBomlO Honest Enforcement Innll'd In the Bbovr vntlllr.ilpauno In Hmdfnril.1..rH.1 count)., Florliln m I 1.1 to ... State
otRradford
"To summarise. ,, the itemocratlc b.arlng'dRte the 12th- y otMarch. The Dna I'd'ft Bond TruMees to-xvlt : at General Election of Ttepreniuttmlvee -
a.o.- adventure Is,justified lni"be.. A. I>. IBtS. I. W. J. 1'Ip.r.:| l'.U.ty. Florida, will re* SolitheHHt iiuarti-l- of North .t'Iu.rl"t t 0 be held In IBIS for approval
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Prt js, Ark., August halt of the millions who engageiini platform dbes' not commit that nnn, vv KhvrlrT of Dr.
Jot j. Robinson of thlaiUpted that Industry without which clvlt; party for or against modlfloailon,4 FlorlilK. hnv Irvlvil upon and :ltlotr.rAor' the ISIh .I.y of Hrptembvr A, LM tlun,1t Towiiwhlit H, N.IHh.quarter ;. 10 Khali, h" Im"lld.. np .* tor"n.1
of the Mecretary
vale anil .lt nubile at oince f.lh'w.:
at outcry -
Democratic J\28. 22 Knxt: 111 Acren.Tli .
It' doe ,
the pledge thenominees
Illation to aa: City Hall In "Hiullmi 10. The may
could not survive. Th* at the front duor of the court Huak. 'Iorld. iiBKennnielit of tialil proiertyutule 1..gl.l"hr.
Jt tor vice president her\* Democratic nemlnee for President.has '. honest effort to enforce the.Eight* hotiM. In Sturkri", Hrlutor' County, and-at that tlma publicly ol"m.| .I the Hitld certln.-nte. lunueilvun pr.vld. for tha 01\1.1.. any county
address- pledging his eeoth Amendment and the laws enacted "Flurlda to th. l>..t blailrr tine Might foot Drader.Utddem In I the n* me of Unknown.t'ille or oiiuntleti 1.10 "onv.nl.nl 'hnol.IMrl.t.
? ,? committed himself to prompt for i-nxh In hand dlrh. th., I'W'al arerequented to mibmlliffer .nld beVeileptniHl and for the election ble-
I -deviate farm relief, atvlotoavor aad decisive actloiuln accordance. pursuant thereto.: Governor'! houm ot .01. 1 wh &b.lwn for t> .Adnmk nrader In tradei. ..rtl..at.,.I'll'1..1wil of three ..hool trudeen, who .
11 o'clock a. m. ami Two >. m.) The ilonril reHprveH the right tur.J..t' 1""I""I lint Khali h.lo 1".lr nfnVen for two
to. enforce probltfce Smith has* promised) hisbest ef-( i iNNiin Ih.r"ol un loth tiny y..r.
!! with the principles outlined la ourf. on Monday the lot iluy of Oiol>.r, any or ult bid*. .\. II2K.Iliiled ..1.1I.. hav HIM ""I"vl.l.| |
maintenance of a merirltt Platt rm." tortto euforc* prohibition. Hill! A. 'U. lYX8. Ihe followlnic d"'rlb.dl.n,1 M. 8. AIATTHRW8.Chairman. H"It."h.r.thin Till I. of A. al the ichoolHvlthln thl .-
eradication of nnd prrHonal In Hrail : ) A"II"t. and lur the levying and collection
and ths personal opinion that the law onthe.1 iM-npcrly D. 1028.
S.DatorR binio declared there .' F1ITCIC of a "1.lrl.t "..h..1 tax far
.. Cord County Florliln, to-wlt: kTU A. O. W. Al.nKRMAN.SKAU .
| thonational' ? Constitution( should be cbangad) 817Bt914iTO I Ihe exililKlve mH uf ||,. public fre*
i from bad, alwaysn\ tsn' room In the! Honthwexl qiiartrr ot North.W..lquart.r H.n.lary. ( ) Cleric (if Cln-tilt Court,
: chnnla wllhlir Ihe whenever
to make- certain bette"'obaerance'aCId" )' exrrpt 1 a<'r* In North Bradford l'.IIIy Fi| i'Idn.Hy 1\.trh.t .
Democratic Party for a differences rant ror., anil ScnillvwfHt iiuurtvr, ofRouthwmt a niHjor.lv of IIIOII.d elea.toin
of New Tors:, enforcement does' not affeettbte INIIIT. .
0 Bowers lnl 6 InHouthwent ,' .. thereof that pay -
a BITPX | '
the quarter Dlun.:." 8.10-M-I.T. 1'1'11)| or perminnl 1 property, vote In '
t>try chairman at > disposition or- ability to perform corner of North wntquarlfr 01.1' .h.1
nUoTi dellverM' the SnUKINQ" EXCERPTS FROM that 4ut,." of ROIIIW4"t quarter nn iMnuthwi favor vt a'll' levy.
wnv t ot NorthvantTh Tho nonnl of Holirt Trimteen nf
Bit, ,address as1 chairman of' SeNATORROBINSON'S AC.CEPTANCE .' Oh thesubjectof, the. Merchant! 1I''tl.r .< 1Inrl4r 101Ihw..t onniK-n of n -ndford County, Florida will re- NOTICH OF 1.1.IU..IO''VHEnl A JOINT nIRot.tTION Proponing

committee. The SPEECH. Marine, Senator- Robinson Ih" dtd xeeit reiveUl.m 11 X'II o'clock P. M. ontho nn ". t.'lul Four
iutlon :
[ as-j loin |Mir<- I.i-rl hvforoth i I8ttl. Hrfitemher A. 1., <4>. ArtlclH Three (S Conntllullon -
Ji took place at the Ai- aertedr ] 14ih day of I""h.> A. l>. IBS8,' all 0828., nt the ofllci. of th. I..r.lary A The I.ettl.lttlure 1836 nf of the Hlal*.t-f I.FlorldaItelatlng

Hotel!( before one of the.RiUierlnrs ;, ."The* le.der. ..;'o.r both sides. 'Whilethe necessity! for Government' In TnWflKhlp 7, HntithItanxe flty llnll Stnrke IIT."uiider mate, thn of 1.ltuton: of four, to the 1'ny nf Member*
time bldn will pal.
XI nFt, containing 124 arrffl 01.1 at Hint public l"'hL. of III Hennte of the
In the history offminaa mu t display a' ..".. of Justlo* ships'' continues,' and until: more or AlHci Kant half of] !ly n .ened fori Joint ."hllun. tr..lna .m.n.l. nf luprenentntlv. ,0. 101..
Koilthftant ntlartfir .! ) MitMf nf1Houthwewt One Ton Caterpillar Tractor.KMrierii .n.nt. t b theif -
'and1 they canbe.-transferred under satisfactoryo -' 1.'lv. lln It lleniilvetl
falrneeeby) refusing to be* Htate of nnil the name were 1..I.I"t".
i 'q ti'I; i he, _1..t..1 In nnhknlt FI.rla. tint Hint* of :
ji.j"'of"'jo ot three-firth*
made a pteav for a corner* then beMflol l larlee of' p.* i conditions for privateoperation quarter nf 1South. I offer for one Hent Thirty Tractor of agreed all th* membern vota elented to each Tlmt Mention Four (4), Artlcl*

iisslon of all the lutteaopalgn 'lltleal Ihflueneeai and process**. thw-service. 'should'be- kept'' flnna-. 21 KI>.1.| contalnlnsr 100f.r. In trade/ houae; that the vote* on nald Joint Thrn* (1), of thn Conxtltuilon of the
more or leim. HO North hall The nnnrd rewerven th. right to entered upon their Slut* ef Florida relating"to. I Ihe pay
efficient and should be-improved-1 1 ttenolutlnnn
without bitterness. I
whlitt' they thmeeefves. are unwilling .VorthwcM 'I"al.r| of Noithwrftiiuartrr I'reject or nll.bldm Journaln w.rl with the yean of 1.11"1'" of the and of the

[entlon: has been concea to. employ." meet competition: with foreign of >, Townh1p: 7, .a"p
political affairs, to a< de* lines and to provide for;the expanslon : : South, Range 21 Kant, oontalnlnK I 2(1Rir (; lhalrmln.p.A.lU'J In,1 I"rmln. ami direct tlmt I the mild 1,11.0 t Ihe
". -. more or I.. Ainu' livglrmlnii Joint Itflnolutlonn lie mbmltted to 1"lorll. for adoption" or re*
Intensity never before "Ntimereuw,. peiltleal serpents > of our commerce. 80 rhalnH 'Went (if Northpant ,'orn.rof -l76t9I4In the elector* o< the mute at the llnrnl jiictlon h. general election

tatd. In this campalKu .' He said the Democratic putrrecol'l1ll. Rei-tlon 26, and run Went 43ft yd*, ; F.lertlon In November, 1U2K, of lleprenentatlven .h.h on lit.
In the dark .
It are hissing thPtu-e Mouth 113 1-a yardx, thenonIQam NOW THKHKFOIIM. I II. CI AYcrtAWFOItU flrnt TueMiluy after th.
TOteri are< Intereeted' Jlotha '''INIaI' puMIe' ptllejr enoouragee* .*< that an adequatemer HBOiyardni thncn north'113' 1Hya.r 01U'F' ocretary of State of nf th* month: of November* A.UIU

i lisjes, but In the per- "full,. frank- and' fearlese dleeussl chant marine is essential to the> "!M to th* point of beginning;. In the Ktnte nf Florida, do hereby givenollve 1D2H. and that "aid ".otol I'"a, (
Hhnll be amended to
Hectlon 2ft Towtmhlp T South Hana-o
independence < the Circuit Court of the Twen* that n .
safety'of tbe nation- and then
icteristlcs ot the caadlrellmlnary '.n ef Issues' and ,records." 20 Kant, and t-nntalnlng 10 uvrexjnore ty Judicial Circuit of the <.K.\l-ilM.: I.M'K'TIONWill : : Henntor* and m.rb.u ot th* llou**
ot its commerce., Ho_ or lenn, State Florida.: In and: for Drad- be held Imeacli county In Flor. nf Representative* .. b* duly

he Democrats havnsver AHO| at Soulhrant Florida.special .. next th* iunlllleil, elector In the reMpntlvcount .
'
ever said. .om".nelnl rom on
eventsf thelodlcate Col.ty. Ida .lc".lnM
ef' and1 Went !** and which theyar
"The* epekesmsn a party corn* run Tax Kuhool ni.trlct Number Monclny In .1.lrlcl..fo.
that in order to h'ae. the. duty t...... tell the whelei advocated a* a permanent 100 chain*, thence North.20 ,'haln. 8f llradfnrd Clountyi Florida, 10311, tlie: I.HId TueKilay belno- 'hf"tn1 choann; : member* ofUrn
and" lloun of
Hennte ltprnenIntlWM ->
and U''INa.t 1UO> ch"ln" toHeutlon <>!< .XtVI'iMIIF.Itfor
Government owners-hip ; IY
leaders* .. policy ,
tttroess, tbe on truth He provee himself line, thenve RoulhU ,'hRlo. to the 1..ltlon.I' ,' or rejection of nhall not *xoeed tw.lv. dot-

:i must display a sense of unworthy If he knowingly operation of shipping. The, party polnk of h"ln"lnl. being-1 200 The Htate v. of Florida the aald lh.Joint Kenohitlonn vropnnlnicamendment 1 lar ami, fifty cent* ($11.50) a day

ill fairness by refusing. to has refused to approve. "reckless acran In Meet Inn 24iTownnhlp )! lo the Conntltutlon l of e ch day ef Hennlon; and MII"ate
acceptsadvantage from false- 1..ondel\ to nml, from their home to
Itana-e 2t> 1'R.t.AI.o lh.
I and of vial .
sacrifice and favoritism In the sal* 1.out' >otli-e TnparerTo the Htate 1"lorld. ,
Iba; beneflclarlesr of' polltncos heed even though not uttered or and l ant th* taxpayern and cltla nn nfKpeclitl JOINT HKSOLUTION I Proponing nf 4l v rnmnt not to "c..t ten
and processes whicttwoltes of vessels," he declared.The half of XorthwvMt iiunrter and Tux Hchmil lll.lrlct No. 8. \an Amendment; to Section 24 ofArticle rent* (!<>< > a mile each;wayby th*
'Inspired.by himself. NorlheaMt quarter of HouthwentMtia4t all of npiireat and miint practicable route.Till .
Floridaand th
Uraitford : nf *
CountVt
makers the Re
of Con.ltutol
to platform J1 nhnll Into ef.
Amendment
are unwilling .r and North half of Houtheuiit othera whom It may concern: the of to go
ti continued. "In tbiai'In 1 :;; pubUua'party' recognised that the quarter and Hnutheant You of y OU are hvrebvnotltlert County and Municipal Uoverninentp. feet ut mldnlrht on December 21.INI .
.
ISMeither \ a.,1 .h'
"The* Republican'. party eerrupt!< 'Washington was. a of Mouthvant qunrter of Section 't tlmt.a.petition nan been tiled !*, without th* nec..Hlty' of Ieg.
no other may tbe pol- Incapable" of successfully Hr AI MO beglnnnltiK 60 rliufim Went l>y Hpeclnl I Tax Hchool Dlatrlcl Number n It Hennlved by th* LegUlaturo of 1.lalon.

laDder and libel be coun- dealing with the (agricultural' ') major issue1' of this campaign in Houtlmaxt Corner. <>f 8et-4len 25. il, Urudfonl County, Florida, I the Htat of Florlda:

ud otercome." their effort to anticipate the dee run Went on Hectlon tin* 40 .h.ln. neetrlng to valdat. and ...nnrm' an That the rolowln.amendment tolection The vote* cant In compllanewithnlil
.question er. has deliberately violated. thence North 20 chain, a.t Indue of ,' Honda of 24 II nf the ConHttuition and the
Artl. < prdpiineil
Arams Prejudicesiudrennla ,* .' Its. exprese premlsee' to laratlon on' the< subject by the 40 ,'hlln', tin-lieu Mouth 2U chains. i>ald' Hohool Dlntrlct In th nutn of of th 8tlL' Florida, re.II.U. "[innvann," d."larollon.ur.ndm."t. return*
Democratic'! partyi Senator- Robinson to' point nf hi-wliinliiir.. Almi lie* Twenty ThouHand Dollam I2U,000> .it to County! am munl.lpal government I nhall b to th*
] contest preInaplrlnr thefarmers the nation. ginning BO clullim Wext of North 00) to he dated Atiguet 1, Ittldi ntimIxM'fd > IH hereby agreed and "h.r.ot.rnffiiliitlonw. .1 nuhjecteil a*
spectacle irheaI 1 said. eaut curlier of Station 23 and run fciini 1 to CtK I""u.lv., maturIng i Hhnll b nuhmltted, : the electorM of ir.m.* |,ro"ld"d by 1".1 r..trl.ton.* >
"While-..,./ eases of fraud may Mouth 15a feet, thenoe Went 2J4 In firder fl.ilOtMX on the 8tftt"' at tha next general elootlon llonn In the Htnte of VimIdaJN .
I 1IItl1 high standards 41f' ."If" a*.. mere, equitable, and effective be-regarded as< unavoidable la any f..t. thetu-e- North lta feet, th.nc. AugttHt num"I'lell'. tl.OUO.tlttnnAiig- of Kepreaentntlveii In 1U2R for TI-JHTIMtJNV WIIPinK,

junior Robinson said.. DI1t.Ded *plan-than that comprised ..t 2.14: feet to- the point of b..ln. u"t 1, .lit each of the yenm ]H<2 la approval I or rejection. OF, I have hereuntonCmy
business' comparable- volume' to ninu vmitalnlng. 018' urrew mor e or 1050 Inch..lv.. la he iHMuea under authority Meet Ion The Ijiiirlalutura shalleHtabllHli hand and united the
le die 8.
fee *
: by then totalization' become latin. -of tlon't79 et |< of the uniform nyatem of .
U
thatot the- United) States .. 1 Irent Heal of
roUI political serpents are ctvtrcd. erreuld-> / beadopted.." Alunthe', rolowln. ilencrlbu'd per Hevlxed tleneral Staluten of Florida. County anil municipal, government, (HPIAI.) of 1"lorl.II at I./lole
*,a'matter' of g oeral political no n u I p..perty. : One .abl. 1920 an"amended, atithorlaeil' at which Mhall be IPIlh'I.I.r except In nee, Ih* Capital, thin the.
fa the! dark and ..trlklnl'rer. ,- COD erll.' when the'' party la powerprovee net for KtiltM IL.1 dremujM, ona table the election held In Hiild MC Itool INJilet | 'UMHM whwrn 11",1 .r .p.I.1 luwti for twenty-fifth day of July,

and with Tenomous'fk Ge-verner/ .Smith's: ststementifeisnunquelinsd derelict ...to.faU.te'pve.. WralphM. on" IIM| alrrow.I ou. .. 1 1H.Jt. .
eftho Ie .Irl. I. O. Ivory pl.ll.rrOI"rl. torefinlntli' proreedlnKM lature that tnay hn l"cun.I.I.ntth.rewlh. ,Cf AV CltAWFOHIKI
ol..r
; to poison-thethonghts. acceptance .
vent shocking--and-repeated: depar.tores Hpool tnreuil t-abinetH, one of the llimnl nf ,' In* The l 1..I"I.tur. nhnll by ->- '- Mscretarv of Hlale,
'a the. prejudice* of'tboset- ebilgatlen' te- enforce the of' common cawe, ,1 latly'H ilreHH formn, 8 otruclolt"10r llradfnrd County Flor .rll cluewlfy oitl, .n .anil towimrecording ---
standards' -
decide Issues ot f ar-ieeci b..t.f'hl..billt; '." from foot rugn, one move 1..ll.r., 2 foot I governing uuthorlty of to IMVPUIntloir, ami .hal -
lew. to.the ) a.
I honesty In tbe\ transaction of' the- BtoolM, 4 ""I'to. nlioe ".''', '' Milil I.! dlMtrlct, fur the purpoMeol by general law provide for -

runes, business" asserted1 Sen* ornoe fence, Addl"; -ac iulrlnir I HiMldriifp, etilurglng, o.rl.ralon.. "v.rn"t. JurlHdla- !
Kikeiman ot has public Ma"hln. owe elm-trie fnn, or olheiwlHe Improvlntt dutleM prlvllegaiiunder Orl'I']
a party a
ot opinion.as to the best means of.promoting aton. Roblnsen. lalilo. Due olllce deHk, one onluethalr rurnl.hl.t. ecliool aroiindN ivltliln low"r" (1."II'aton. and no

till the whole truth heit temperance, and sup It.the ,principle enunciated la'the) one grocery cabinet .netnomptitlnir'Hralen huldlnl..r.1".rh.t for tha ecclualve line of "p.du.l' or. I..I I.W. "oraln. In Circuit FlnrHfl.Court: In, for llradfordrimnty
"be himself one fhlrt dlfiplaytiiin the ", lit* mild altlpM ", f.roYhlnl r. Ih.l. l'IIH'.ry.
proves UBha free 'hn.II'
pressingtram's, la:; aldohollc bever Republican platform hadr been applied table for ladled* dreHHeM, one lilcti .: .tbl" nald Hpet4al ov. of iit, juried l.lol. .)ow.r., '1'11'1 "fA''I'1 I.' FI.IIUI.\
II( I"ll.t
knowingly accepts ages.Ha' pointed\out' that a pro by the Republican administration ntflcecabinet, all electric light fixture To Number 0, '''lutle* and prlvlleifu" .h,1 li..'|IIIHd > .:. ( |
6 from Including globeH* and1 etn, one I I hut Nald th by It.hlVI p".nd.c
falsehood even. In the existing. at awtey, Florhll..I"d petition by J."I.loIure. 1 11'I.n'lnl
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for changes been (
posal it would bav* unnec Hhow CUJIH reglKter In cenien. one filed' an afore* lo 'o"pl.lnl Ih.t
Ihll''ourt '
it uttered or Inspired by system was submitted to the reso* essary for the Senate- advise the K-litHft dread cane, one oak wood floor Nald wLll.h'ti, ".r.before the lionbrahlit r-atine pfmllnaIn, the,Clr..lt Florida(," .rt In
tobacco citter. for Itradford enmity
for dlHulay window one judge' court In the
.
Intlons committee at Houston but' discharge-, an Attorney General I i-heene annortnient Court """ at Htarke. an JOINT ) I'hn.ry. wherein iilntlvn Hurden I-

Robinson characterised.il wurejected.. Th* oonventioa re* "who. had flagrantly disregarded window dl. llY""ut.r. .hm.one. one win- the, Xlh 5>ay..of .\"I..ub.Jlerld., at A uu ""'nIQHOIU1'ION. Arl"l.(ropo.ln.II. "., (r'oinplnlnnnt und J. N. liiirdee. In de*
tlmt theretililence
,
> ot the two parses with: .alliedthetfutility; ot attempting to) the obligations ot.; his office and daw tlUplay Hhlrt*' ami .h'., ivne teir o'clock A. M., and each tlon, 21, fit the .'"". .. til* rcniUut, tllll of the for defendant IMvorce therein
: net llxlurvx for More tleH. all Hultnand' o-f clmrged with no- of tu the
Hlal
to the h..by *
agricultural prob .secure'unanimity on the proposal contributed to. the pollution 6f the cfnit haniyern.one refrlgeruti.r, lice y.'al.of the. I'oritwntH of nald petition I'lixnno-n by'Iurhli.the t ,."1.111 nr Spnclnl .I, N llm'ilen In unknown., and that ofKlorliln

outatandlng issue of the he< ..Id. fountain of' justice" Senator Rob- one National OuHh r.cl.t.r. on*. .ar., and notified and required. to I..ar, or" Local l..w". I here .Ihe. per nervli'e mm In nf I. nulipoeiiai Htnfe \
Both mil all other llnturcM In the morebuilding at the time' on'I..la. In It lleuclved t he
platforms ... 1."II"llture'rhat
rcog- "The. convention recognized beSaid Insoa continued. "The" country ; where C.! I. Jtoberla at dhow IS any of.you have or If rl the Klnto of l/lorlila I I : II.n i wliom wI.h bind nald ..hnd..
distressed condition and Democratic ilraliani. hrm been running h wild Hchool: Honclxtiulilc iiinendment to anil I ., defendant over
,- "that the party would' have' been spared th.pee' Klorldar 1 any : lie why Ih. roluwl'l nf Int I It N therefor*
it t prom les tbe relative ft utore. Also all Ihaticertain alack tut validated > III of the Con.tltnilnii I Ihe nice yearn.
Ind'unlrm.cd .
1.1.1 ArllI.
is ,neither a prohibition nor an- tacle. of' an executive.: : sustaining nf drygHnodM, nh ". In conformity with prsyor of of Florida, relatlug unlertil that faldi defeinlaiil b* nnd
,10th. th.
.
Itlllnf
which is apparent,be said. ,antl-prohibltlon.' organltation but II I this' faithless officer until* public hat* and .I"., now notun"l In that 'In Bald petition and 'purmianl to the ,''HI\'''K' by tbe leglit.InliirM .|I. reiiulreil" riled lo I nppear In I 10..1 onMniulny
Republican In 1M4 pertain Htore hulldlns) whereU.. H to-.the lawn"of fhw Hlale. of of Lawn, Ciinipluint :: : '
party ,its- duty dismissal and Hpuclal 1..f1 \ of October I>.
entrusted ., wlUir( power sentiment compelled to, tbe tnt day
lieen hl
i\ hail ator. In Kiich caxe.' miul* uncl- l n.iul the
.
l.rovld.I. > atr..1
Ually runnln. .1m. '
the same promise would.be to enforce all laws." the.;' dismissal would have been Iob.rl.Uralam. Flo.hlo upon a* IN WITNKSH W"bIU: UFi .. in. Connlv.
>8 ysar "to take, whatever Ht.said theqamtloa should be< made without' expression of cottttdence > the r..rly II. liohertu, toHatlMfy hereunto net my hand affixedlhe torn .r Ih.flal. lr ..1"1.. rII. upproviil IrlJrnrc" uf F1.r"'a. ut Corn.
of gen* hii
and otni-lul iteivl the entitledCourt .
necessary) to back II. .ror.1 (x"'utun. > ah.v. .r.r.I..I". 11. .. taken confnneil.It .-
,
brine will
; ,treated as* moral andi eoonomlo\ in the faithless officer by co.t.. a Mmrkef" flnrldl. thin 14thtluy rul 1'101 .r H"I'r."IRI"' .. to ,Din hit .nrdeied that Ihl* ...rI.r *
ed
condition between as> Dated thla (the day ot'Auguit, of lie he fjrwf ''le.I"y iifrerI In rl'lh.r
tether than political and that many? the chief executive, he said.Smith's aOth AU.u.t. 1128. .n l be once for
>
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A. l U. a .
) At.DFinMANSHAI. In
Industry and labor", Bear.klason A.: It. 192)1. I I he llrnt Motidny .. tlie llrnilrnril -
ta' H' reformers) bav* Record that Heel Ion 'nn.I".w..kNlln
claiming' W J. EPPKRHON < .) Clerk of the Circuit lOSIIIi' Tlmt IK to .ly. ,. neWMpaperif
asserted. However, ,cIo ded.. tbe<:%nl>j.et.wtUbiicontuslon! >. Likewise, he went on, there Sheriff of Bradford County KlariiiaM. court of the. TwentySixJudlrlal II of Arl.l. III nf th. OonntItntlmi Ciinnly clrruliil" I Imr In.
''ary-Haugen bill.- prepared "" M. Circuit ol the Dr i Ih. Htll" of 'lol'hl. nhall beKniendiid general, .' .Ihl.b..
lt ,
JOIN l ".nlv.
aad misunderstanding. These peo would have' been no necessity for \ rend : 'llrinlfor<
Plaintiff 8-31-61-9< nf to
'I.r"'I. .. roluw"l at FI >r.
e direction 2 ant ordered Htnrkej
I Ilium
ot .
Secretary.ot'fa ..dUcre41ted th.- the retirement 'for Hrnrtfonl Cntinty.K. ill. In nil enum- Inl ,
' pie be* said* hav the-- Senate to urge ,.,101 .. .,i, Ida, I Iht. th day of Augunt, .A. U.iu .
Wallace had just been moUve."of'tbo.who: display modieration f ofa Scretary of the.Navy who had M. JOIINHAttorney .K the" lr.r..1nl eecllni. of .tint'orm '- >*: t
for nhnll
-and to regain the; ; ; Tliey Hy Tlmt ptlon.r. JAWI O W. )nMAN
com and, fairness in'the discus approved the contract by which N.17-41.H-T. operation throuitlioiit tha State, Clerk Circuit Iiurt ,.r'
r the farmers President andor. thos* to private : blt l In nll'canffn not .nul.ral.d -ornxoepted Cminty.FlmldajTly
slonat'oa. Use subject i were given 18BAI.J,
In tbe 'thai oil'reserves The weather In TurkerIn In that nectlnn, th. I..al.- ( O. -KNIHHT.. J
1924 campaign"to '
who are dlssatlsasd with present' Interests,through the bribery and \ 0" '"!. I.tur.may pann npeclul or I.". 8.3''.5l.9ZM -
Molut
call a conference to cabinet officer. the Sec lhlrkey. :tY"I(1 incept I.*>, now h.r. after otliHr.wlniy J .1"J .f.I.I'...
conditions."President' ot a'fallow the/ ConntltutloniHrovliled : ,
tint feinalen In ,.
legislation .
prnvldeil
. for the 1 ettrlne :Wiltom' ,vetoed the- retary-of the-Interior, .i-i" j. blooDe-r" That no li.cal or Hpeulnl .
Make old feel perky.Whll .
terms1"the"Democratic men ; nfftrmlfont Mil Oiu.ll be MiHHeil, unlenn notion of
VolsteadAetT' said Senator Robin "Throughout almost four- i Thn Ilnuril of Puhllo Inntruction >
Mr. over' In China at the Ihe Inlentlfin apply Ih..r"r .hal
Florlda.
which JfooveV.; County, .
Pled ado. "The. Integrity-of his,purposewas nomInee far Pr..t.d.nt The' c'lltnaie'la finer. olllce of the. Hxcretary of Ih.wil Board liavn been publlHhed In th" "" COFFINS & CAS1LKTSaa4

originated from th*| not questioned:, his good falt<*> has'served as.chief executive: : ; reneve> up 'o I2:0i: '> noon on the 16th where thv-matler or thing to b.at*
ce which Rut limited'' railways bid for fee-ted" ha nltuateil, which' notice Fsll Line efUndertaken'
followed Senator 1 Robinson day of Hi-ptemher, 1S2H, thepurchane may
'was. generally conceded. ot New York Snator dln of JJD.dllO.Ill) ut bond* ofHpeclal nhall th* nubntancn of the contempluted -
aald. This Serve' mice on the r. .I"t.
doctrine JI> !M referred;: tba and b* publlnh-
,Senator Robinson then said. "During all his service Tax Hehuol Dlntrlct No. 81 t tu law .hal
|at agricultural production; ,1.1 l. .-..- *..n ,IA-M ,laA nt Al.vt.M, d at leant thirty prior. to the Snpplle
Smith's telegram ton of. hostile scrutiny has) .----- ----- ------ r* M .nfllUM mn. un of
* limited to Governor searchlight I, IftZft, to be In the Introduction Into the I..al.lature
to the demand..ot@eUo the5\ Houston* convention In ,which* been. thrown in full glare on bisadministrations. :O'I'U'f '-API'I.H<.TIOFOR of |luno<)0, to bear r:: :Fif: inch bill, uml In I ha .n.r that b* AUTOMOBILB HJARS'j

market, "and.; ..*ltt.a he-pledge.himself' to enforce pro That Go'flrnorSmith' T\X U"EJ: rate of Bitper cent I urovlded by Ilw. Tim evidence Mhalll :
foreign payable uch notice h.* t".r. .I..d .. .. ewrteiS "
markets. may hlbltlon "to .tlle.lImIt of my abUItT'wlthouti.r..e"aUora..ol' ., record! baa, stood, the testis Intfrent..ml.aanualy.bo,1.t he pay- .be l entabllNhnd In the ..I"I.tur.1 ,* _. *"... II
fable. U O.
that .all
: ....Ioll!." evidence of thai extraordinary Notice In hereby. given., No. ant at the Ih. Hanover b.fore t nuch 1,11 nhall b. of pubu- ,. teitltea t* tMlecmnk I .
all, the holder of Ta-x .llull. of New or proof .
fundamental need P.w.l. National Iti the City I anldavl VtfllSTBKKODEWITT It
h.vlnl '
' t.'Thl.\IaD&1I&C.\ Isj M unqualified executive ability and. fearlessnessrequired 5th day of July, 192* York. Hank New Cork bond tobe aUR'he.t to th. proponed bill \

"dug ot acrlcultural'pro-: ..cceptallc"ot the obligation\ to'en* IB a Preeldent ofi the ha. filed aald ..'tll..u. In Tax my office t>eed > In- dno"lnalon. amt to become when the *am* I I" Introduced In elth-and' C. JONES '.'
I) and made l of .'he eglslatur
onr.home r
i follr
demand. ,.. Uwf to the best ofblsabllltyv" States, who U-expected't- to l. liver In accordance' with ,due .: "r.n.h affidavit cantltutlng "..
'9th Congress passed th_ force, th United .. "l,unit.00 on Au. ,,.t 1. 111.1 and which .u"h hall b* enterid BTARKB, FUA, ,
Robin Government'' against nut of proof of ( '
the law.Hald'Certlflnate II onAugust
Hauc ,4eelar.4S.n..tol' safeguard embraced th following ,110.00 rUbl".uon of th \
ni bill, with sv >o sen. snehv thievesand crooks deecrllied priknertr, ultuateIn bidder depoult and of the Itoune 1.1'> \
cent In rertulred that each S.oll.
at
"t of the Democrats and. Than viee-precldentlal nomineepainted plundered it during recent "eanrIII. Hrailfnnl Cbunty, Florida of MautheaMt, to-wlt: wltrr tilt bid a caehler'n I or certKled _nt.IV.., whl" .nl1I.. ahal > .
the Mortheaet quarter
RepHbllcaan besld .
; check to the amount of |600.0
eaforoenentof Senator Robinson -
,
tbe 6,
conclusion
aat> tbati .' of fleetlon 21
"' quarter Tlwn"hlp' .
nt which rhi-cK Mhall be to the I.
't Cooldgeveto| 4'lt.> i roiblUe.. under th*' last, two satdl "The safety Of oar political touth. Range 22 Kant, .q Ill 4.. .". ol Publlo .r"rf.l.d oil be -

sessloa after it had.been has fair, else* ".."" of nald prn.trun. Boar Nald Hpeclal Tax Hchool Din.trlct '
to'luet some ot the* ",b'o 'Republican adtninlstratioae Institutions* depends-* der Mid e..tM.at.I I..d w.. No. In the event bidder for We can charge your

' It, the bill been. nodeiv thei TreasuryDepart. ttons and !MI...t gov'rnme t. Tow name of ahalt beredeemed Maid bonilir fall .comply with the YES' 8 "H
was pass. to national .clean govern* tTnlemi nald (.rUI.at. nurchaae.agreement. Thenucceddf ul
head' prior expect ;
"th ment, "whose may never Iw, Tax ,
Increased a".r"ln. will b furnUhed approvingoirthinn
majorities. bidder BATTERY InSmith's
It President prohibition';waa largely- met*. If nomUatloos' er elections Deed will l .ue Ib.r..n on thelut of bond attorney of nationalreputation STORAGE

cts'BroTe vetoed. It. terested' in.i. the.: ll qor bu.ID...." are* to? be- Txmgbt and sold.. Of day>ated of (Jrtoben tbl A.l. 192" *of. Augnkt, without charge. The I.
that-the He.
Ut" board tba right reject
Se.- meet r.'V.. to
party u either incapable' lie. reterred." teethe-fact, that course" such methods.net A I). lU8. or all bid*.
ater-elsct VflUlaJ 8* Vare>of'Peaneylvasils with/ approval by" ,the .majority ef O. W. AI.DKHMAN a,1 U W. KlCKLtTKH,
tJovrtHradford
"Wally .
dealing wltta the> (8.an) Clrrul Pnhllo In-
Board of
Chairman
'"'*' has dellberatelr Tieprets *. whosfiaotlfta< ia swlaglagit the Republican part,. Many Republicans Florida of Bradford StarkeFla.

promises to.o the ( MrN HMvar .at'Kan a.Citywaslargely condemn the indlffereseeof 8-lt-It-9.2N. .traelo. Florida.ATTBHTr Garage

of th.' natfon.-' Seftate respeiulWe, f r< the Mm. .their leaders to the lg on lnlns .-\o'r'CF 01"TtX .TU ".rO' H. II.' VVIOOiNSSecretary ..

declared. n atlen, .*r'lhe':: ; QeanbUeanr ca.4l4 record: mentionedrecord\ wlilei IIKKI* Hoard of Publle In*
platform been made-if the etruetlon ot llradford County! ,
'f now asserts ths.."M c tt" ** :.itMete4'D never could'hare Notice le. hereby gTiren that tv O.Powel. Florida.
tir1ft is the foondatloa of oeBtaillmaj-*:slgl'*> plank*, the,repeal watchmen on the' towers had' net holder of Tax-Certificate; No. ("1 8.1.6..U.

I"**." ot ..U..t prohlWtlOB. fallen asleep. 5th day of July A. U. 1 U.
that 1.1&4' trtte** Han filedaald Certificate my.om". OP KLKCTIO.Vt : :
r>' be1 developed'. tselstandue -Can.lt .... said that.Meuse.. Oovernor "TheDemocrat!* party Invites amimade application In tan de4 1OICt1 otStarke l
.tkaU without ef all who desire accordance with D.Wlt O.; .Jonss, mayor
IpsltMtl '" the cooperation to Imiue thereon In &
p raUT merkeVe ret ralnr; tft the. eld* eviT or ta..> me .administration. of national, at' law HaM c.rln.at. embrace* the FI. by ,rlrttis of tbe authority R. DAVIS Q.

stlnmuted by the ex t for aceerdanevw1ththeprinciples foiIn. il."rl..l pop.r,.IWe "tt.d to me by law. dohereby
f Meral .aIH...temperance aad reep fairs'refOTmed:III' I I
credlUt Senator throngilchaage set'forth'in'Its plat* Montt .aet quarter or Northwentquarter ; call an election to be held
* promoted
COD Jhule4. law eaake ( Townehlp T. aforesaid
H..U. Nllh.nan. :at the city ball In tha
lid i Ue.exUtlng system.ii h.- 4u- arrenThe INSURANCE
la form 22
tariffs,
can., sjr4 .. 1.t. total ,
on
* < .stllBtatlOJrirt& an enemy; "JO. Cnarmaa Bowerand<< *ald propertyunder town by the 'qualified ote.-
argued, and- the farmed st. : Certlreat* Iniiued wa In Tuesday, September 11, 192S. for
.Iy of the C..tI't1ItM.r' be asked* ItAltf and gentleaen eftheConvmltte .Id.of
. wait for the ... totkir TflaepresidMit the n. UNKNOWN. be the purpose. ofel ctlnj( th followIn -
.S ch' arsjawasitsinpeaoh tJie tb.- naminatloa tor Cnlena n4! re. 1886STARKE .
.atenran. U coo: t d.. te- la.wv T..Deed officers: I AGENCY ESTABLISHED
<<,I. *' lollBtHa whytaa.pl Jaur I ....pl' aothors. k* aeeentlaasd is acoeptad wlta sincere will. .oorlnc. on the l.t day ol C #

Ill1atntloa eIu... ppreeUtion= of'tile bonotrnnd' tHereepenstbCniw October, A. It. UI. One mayor. I.

faSW ..... : that are Associated Vat"d'lblj of'Ausniatj A Three aldermen* FLA.
....... DK and tax .
!Pwtt"he that th* ".It." IU. w.t. Q.e. .
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Cortl

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lAelli mOIll\>I -----a' \ .. B lA..DFORD ootrKn 'sat c nira. Neale :n.oRmAr- > lruaY
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Pa's Return TEN STRONG POINTS .
I' .
Bradford
County TelegraphEstablished -
When homeward wends the weary dad Speaking in bis. old home town

1877 To eat, to read, to hit the hay, of SandersvllJe. on Saturday, and Supreme Service Station
..... -- .. .- ._ ,. --- .. ..- To romp awhile with lass or lad to a large audience made up of No

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class This is the climax of the day citizens, Thomas of several\V Harwtck Georgia, former counties STARKB FLORIDA

Matter at the Post Office: at Starke, Florida congressman' from the tenth Georgia -

E. 3. Matthews_..___________________Owner and Publisher For though the daily stint may vex, district and formerUnited
When shades of night fall in a shower States senator from and governorof
J. C. Robinson_______________________ Managing\ Editor Forget the troubles that perplex! Georgia presented 10( points 1', 1 4t
. _. summarizing his reasons for sUP- ,
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Enjoy the quiet evening hour!
SUBSCRIPTION RATE porting the Democratic ticket of
tlmlthaud Robinson and for opposing -
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c- Payable in Advance When we were not only tiny tads "the Republican party. They

Advertising, Rates!! on Application. / Did we not then, with joy await follow:

Ia, r l -' SSS!!'.1*!?-"- "*1 --""""." ,>""", 5T1m"mmZ Z?*-*-?!.' .m. S -*.?S! 3 .*.' f! .- Z. .. The home-returning of our dads ? 1. Because I am a Southern man

t t two more Thursday half holidays. And romp to meet him at the gate? I and can 'never support the Republican -
party that was born of hatred
t' ; o He who hath cheerful wife and kids 'to tbe'Soutli. and Its people during

""The 'Tragedy of Youth"-the first kiss. To meet him when the day is done'- a the vicious days of aud"reconstruction"criminal effort In to

o Though he must buy them shoes and lids, :vputlthe' bottom rail on top"' in

Starke's business section Is moving west on Call street. And hump; real hard to, get the mon; "the 'South.
'
t 2, Because I am a white man
o ,
t
Though liver soars up to the moon and can never support 'the "black! Md"mt'What's
Veneer is the art of feeling one way and acting the op. Where jumped the cow in bedtime pome ; and, tan" party that Is..captainedIn
this mulatto Mamie Williams.
)posite. And daughter brings her tamed baboonTo
3. Because I know that In this ''
.' c 1 o eat him out of house and home; race state by the negro. Ben the
, i Miami\ Beach Sun will celebrate its fourth birthday Davis, and the question the ItepubIIcan Idea
r r next Friday.If Thqugh he hath not a pile of kale leopard has never changed
And are the bills he Its spots, and I do not believe It
!t many pays-
p ar ever will or ever can. Herbert of
{I a shooting husbands is to become a national sport, the1 : His are the joys of 'this sad vale Hoover, Its candidate for president Sending Away
His are, indeed, the happy days! In his effort to get negro
women should at least buy a hunting license.0 votes In the Ohio primary, revoked
How desolate and sad is he, the race segregation "order"' In for Tires ?

k, 1' It is too much to expect a woman these days to act natural How must he often sigh and moan, his department to .work,. leaving under white "T_.
a ay wqmen negro
3 1 4 with so much artificial in her make-up. And what a wretch the man must be "b sBes''. and the two races to use

V : r --o--- Who lives his life unloved alone-! Indiscriminately the ,same closets
V and done Why buy money orders, pay postage
rest rooms. This was
{ The two full moons' in August were not the only full t Who never' hath at the close of day the week before the Ohio pri and express charges, wait days to get

items reported during the month. Hath cleared the worries from his brow maries. Whatever may be the view tire and then
your mount it .
o of f other Southern white;men and yourself
By bills
learning of new to, pay, white women.. I cannot possibly ? Do you save ?
called "Wild LiCe'in Florida. money
They're showing a picture .
: ; Charged by that flock
loving and frau! brlqg myself to vote for the man
:
Not all the wild life" is found in the woods and streams. who, did it. Not when we can give you a Good-
o V. L. S. in Palm Beach Times. 4. Because believe' In honest Pathfinder
year-built right out of
St. Augustine says every girl should work. Many achieve and equal taxation and can never .
their-heart's desire.by working-others. t I murderer has been apprehended but in the meantime the,, persuade myself' to support the I fresh stock, put ,it ,on for you, and
I story of the crime party of special Interests aud Il send
o was being carried by papers all over the picked favorites. __ you away happy. LookL30 -

Ft., Lauderdale hot dog stand furnishes. they best slogan country. It was a part of the day's news and was so treated. "' 5., Because I can never support

of the week : "Service with a growl." ,, But to one newspaper it was different. The murdered (tbe party that sneers at and over- x 31/ Pathfinder Cl. Cord $6.95(,

o woman had an old and afllicted mother. In order to spare thatnother's rides local self-government as an x 4.4O Pathfinder Balloon $8.49
intlquated 'and exploded doctrine
r Punta Gorda Herald says there is no use fighting over feelings as much as possible the Evanston Daily In. and that continually and continuously -, .

prohibition, because Smith couldn't repeal it and Hoovereouldn't dex printed a special edition of one single 'copy in which the aggrandizes federal power
enforce it. story was changed to say that the young woman was killed it/ the expense of,the states. ,

: ., in an automobile accident The special ,copy was delivered to 6. Dcause I ,can never support -
0 the. party that while professing ... ,
= .
the
!stricken mother. '-
All other --
r'1 { Live Oak Democrat says the wholesale bootleggers and ,papers were kept from her. levptlon to all of the constitutional

a leaders of the anti-saloon league have lined up solidly against The full significance of such a deed can 'best be appreciated 6 provisions, "until they arechanged"

Smith for ,president. .by persons familar with' newspaper work and the iron- undertaking has' undertaken, a secret and and!spow I

o clad newspaper doctrine that news stories; must deal with underhand! ,way 'In this, very contest .

''r 'California "health tonic" containing 22 per cent alcoholcan cold facts all the times. to wage.a. campaign of prejudice
,. and intolerance against the
be legally sold in Florida, according to the attorney gen It was a case of one little'white lie lessening the suffer. DemQcratic nominee of the rellg

ert 1. Florida's; health tonic rates a good many more kicks to ings of a heart broken' old mother. Such a lie must be regarded |0ua faith of that nominee.

:: a the quart than that. by the Keeper of the Book jn the same light as the historic 7. Because I can never supportthe I

o ,truthfullness of George Washington.-Lake Worth Herald. party, or Its cabinet officer,
,
that for the pact eight years*haq
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Hastings promises the? PaRAGraphers a good time next furnished, the country-thw\ most
Monday PaRAGraphers' are especially interested in this rti( -- imazlng spectacle of graft and

F meeting, as;Editor Brewster has promised to show them how [ ;FROM OTHER PENS honesty Corruption that, of ever Inefficiency disgraced and Amer dls.

to'make'' vodka from spuds. !lean: history.

Y f o 8. Because I had infinitely

,, ; It. won't pay you to argue about politics and religion, father support for president of .
"Of all the silly movie titles! York, starting the night Smith the United States a real lioneat- I WE AIM TOI.
, but it will pay you to cut the weeds on your premises and be They now have one called 'Satin was nominated, was a fair exam I. .o-God, redblooded American cltl- I .
help to your 'community generally-Wauchula Advocate. Bloomers. -Times.Unlou.K pie of the plan,-Leesburg Com len! even If he did come liP from i
T Good ,advice to follow but it would take a lot of joy out of o merclal. I poverty'and' obscurity, among'"the
Modesty is what makes man ildewalks of New York" than a
-CJ--
living. tide his suspenders from ,vlew but An efficient wife occupies her '}0 per' cent Englishman; who has PLEASE!
o ;permits hla' wife to show her gart- time with little duties like niak, pent ,most of .his life and made
1 Don Lochner editor of the Clermont Press, hasa keen jrs.-'-Delray Beach New8.0 lug up (the beds and her hued,, ill' his fortune abroad. I.
't for band mind.-Clermont Press. 9. Because I had rather supportin
eye for detail He says 'It, isn't much economy a woman
Now la the time for aU good I Headline, In an eastern news honest, sincere man like At
,' to pay,, $G for'a pair of silk stockings and then roll down all men (and women) to come to the paper read Police go a man hunt. 3mlth even If 1 do not always
i but $1.98'.wOl.th.Florida Times-Union. ,When we ever get ltd of the party and Bay whether It and the next day seven old maids, igrea with him thai* a trimmer, In all our dealings with films, we aim to gi" '16

h .5.00 worth of stockings at one time we certainly want to ball be wet or welter.-Tallahassee made application to Jelu the force: zed a dodger a twister and a coat best iiosHiblP service and<< facilitate all niMiulnl IWiIIl!
puny Democrats -Tallahassee Dally Democrat turner! like Herbert Hoover, Smith's
4, ra show 'em,-Dunnellon Truth. Some buy 'em to wear; others -0' o the
t to show. It- depends on the shape. of. the Inner casing. .Bradford county leads In the With the thriving business they ind tomorrow. Hoover Is Demo. counselors to every tmaluc-NS firm that rnlinitsount 11. II
o production of berries says the are having under Republican Pro sratlc: under ,Wilson Republican
Jacksonville inder larding, and Coolidge; with us. Many huge firm will tit(ml to our d114'1I'1 l<\ '
I Journal. And they tell hlbltlon. It Is only natural thai
r' Of all silly movie titles 1 They have one now called "Satin .
League of Nations
under
us you can get the berries for good every bottlegger In the country: man ablli<* and mnimlncHs. Thorough, prompt, 1IIIIII'ourlA'OJ
Blooniers."-Times-Union. Silly is right Avery. Where did ijerrlea.-r-Sanford Herald. J should ba teeth and 'toe-nail. Wilson. anti-League of Nations '
you say it was being shown?Bradford County Telegraph. u i I against the Democratic party In man under Harding and Coolidge, bunking service In riven to eyery riruiNilloi.'. We IJnll

VIS Why, thy're being shown on the streets in any modern city 1028: prize uulsanco-$3.48 : the coming presidential election the Internationalist time. and capitalist all you to rail and receive <<1"tlll,1IlL formation oil (lie f filtH]
vorlh of till and scrap Iron running They are afraid of a change. The
'
today,-Wauchula Advocate. Since you mentioned it we do the highways with a' steamboat Democratic party stands for law 10.. Because old-fashioned Democracy lUeiTniul politic of this bunk.
believe modern woman in a modern skirt has a heck of a time whistle on Its exhaust.- enforcement.-Greenville Progress. as 'Jefferson taught It and
1 gettting out of her modern car without exposing the aforesaid Bradford County Telegraph. Yes I is Jackson practiced It.< is good
t' 1 we pulled over for one the other -0 auough for me. It Is like "old-time BANK
movie title. Jay.-Gainesville Evening' News. The strawberry crop has gonr religion" I It Is good enough' for BRADFORD COUNTY
o --0---- from Hlllaborough county to Brad me. In all reverence I pray 'God
f Leslie! George, editor of the Cross City News paid the "A Htarke mother 'asked a ford. We expected something like fellow citizens It may also be good
gentleman to hold her baby for It when we recelvd that donation jmough for you. Bradford County's Financial SlrongholjSTARKE
Telegraph office call last week and well pleased with
a was
i moment. Hesitating. he Inquired of luscious berries from the Starkc Those are strong points, which
the layout of the new addition to the Telegraph office. This Is It Smith or Hoover?"--Starke Telegraph last spring. Howeverthe ihould press themselves borne up ,
l y ? noted author of "Pine Knots and Cypress Knees" was especially relegraph. Another case where crown has only gone back >n thinking 'Democrats and make FLORIDA
) prohibition does not prohibit.'lermont .- home. Starke was strawberryopoIU hem hesitate '''long before going
curious about the construction. of a brick furnace
: t
: Press. when Plant City was only a wide )lt after Republcanism matter -
i I L.. in the rear and made several sarcastic remarks about lb'' place In the road.-Palm Beach what may be the apparent reason -- ----. -=--=
probable use. His queries remained unanswered but we'll)' "Silly Is right Avery. Where Independent. for their contemplating doing so
did you say It was being shown _. -Tampa Times '
confess putting to practical use observations made on two -- Telegraph Which demonstrates Bob Holly-claims- that- the kick It is easier .now ,to kill insec
';a deer hunting trips in Dixie County.We I to Avery that from the lu a kiss la electricity. But there U plank In Its platform, approving ,
---0---. I motion picture polut of view the nothing shocking lu that state the 'Dyar antl-lyuchlug bill which -. Ir..p them' sway 8..Erandlne.ctPow. -- BFS nBASDS(
title Is not at all silly but has a ment.--Times-Union. But where would inflict a federal fine of ten der J or Liquid kills Flies AnM Ro.cli-n.Poultry
? want every PaRAGrapher to bring his wife with large quanlty of what they call does Bob MeterT-Apopka Chief thousand dollars on any and every Uc.M.s.Fl...,Bed Bap.andotherlnowes ti

4 t I him to Hastings and St. Augustine on September 10, but "box oflke value". Clermont Why. at her ohm.-Madison En- Bounty In' which lynching Is com sect..Won'tepotorstain.and pet. Write III for FREE the powd insect.>booklet.onptnnt locdlt'ro tOc "M
mitted the fine to be to the 'e"i
paid
in the event the wife cannot be present or does ,not dance, we Press. terprilleUecord.Valts that.- d.alercan'tsupply.: w.wiilcbipbyparcelpost: at. ]N (S''
family, of tbe man lynched, This
--o- Ocala Banner. Its time for the cir prlc.named.: MccoaMlataCOB.Idm.reMd.
have arranged to have some perfectly beautiful and graceful Won't It be,,_a.Interesting sight cuit-breaker to drop before the bill would cause Innocent "people
dancers who have agreed to dance with' any PaRAGrapher to nee Bishop Cannon and his fellow reading public gets a shock. to suffer by such heavy taxation p p.V .
r, regardless of his looks. Oh yes, the lady PaRAGraphers will political pulpiteers Join hands Bradford Count. Telegraph. This and break up a' stnal county' like D
+ with Harry Daugherty, Albert seems to have become the current Cumpkln. should such a thing take w
also be taken care of.-Booster Brewer Hastings Herald. Fall "Big Bill" Thompson and subject for ,discussion.-Green place.-n.ahIOne. ,(Ga.) Nugget.

Sure bUr, program is already filled.-Leslie George in Cross the rest of the gang. staging tbe Springs Times. -r --o-

,' City News. Knowing that you cannot dance and eating is the Republican anthem. 'lIaU(. hall!, -o------ Tbe negro politician would never -
the .gang's all here T"-Herald Dropped Into the Bradford Tel.. "support Smith if the latter did- ..
attraction if p
only remaining why are you going your program Punts Oorda. egraph and found brother Robinson n't represent the booze Interests.A
la already filled? -0-----_ bossing around his new building will not enforce the 18th OpQR
o One of the editorial writers which will replace the one re- amendment, and everybody with CE R
x
4Ittle.Lie asks "What has prohibitiondone cently destroyed by fire. The Tele any brain knows it. If you wantto
One ?" 'Well among other things graph Is going to have a fine new kill,,a law." lace the enforcement -
"t Out of Evanston, III., comes a newspaper story that has haa furnished a reason for some brick and stucco home with new In I the hands of Its enemies.
l I T All the settings of an O. Henry tale. It Is a story that goes folks to five for why they are'agin" equipment. Fine lad is J, C. and a .-J-PaJmotto News. And everybody
a certain presidential candidate : good hustler and we are glad he with brains know also that during LAWN MOWERS
behind the, of gathering establishment '
scene a great news which Isn't at all the reason Is going to have such a fine print the past eight years, the Republicans !-
and bares the heart of what is generally" considered the most for their being "agin" him.-Tampa shop. More.success to J. C. and the prohibition/a ardent allies RUBBER GARDEN MOSE
t.- hard-boiled profession in the land. It'deals with a situation Dally Time Telegraph, which la one of the bar*'mad the country bone-dry
beet weekly papers In the state.- Yell! Co take a dip in the ,,>:U,
which has to be met at time another by
one or practically Republicans
Y' Yes prohibition U. a Leslie George In Cross City New. friend Russell, and you'll prob- DeWitt C. Jones
; every newspaper !in, the country. Joke-but one of the ghastly kind. ably and the water strongly Impregnated -

1 r .. .M.ls! Jenny: Constance, a young "school. teacher was bru- Innocents have been murdered and When you go tom ote for president with| boose.: -Bradford
s 4 '- POXio*...Jwuamroist! >te<- * $' B think of this: The RepublicanpotLL.at.J'sa.aicJUui4nt1Kf County TsN-srrapb. Aw.ehuL uaLttqtgrllfa =,
m fnsf't
itFifn"tTie
asa4ulted'aiii : r t"v yttT -
Wl+ Cder l c ,The \Vlllebrand "drive" on Nqw :, ; *< ( ( I'Cl1velUl. '


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