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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 14, 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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Catts Without Speaks Party,... .t' Program Arranged For l Bradford County Favorable Report-- Rem !-TWO ELECTORS''II:



o Disown Confederate Veterans\ Is Laying Claims dered Strawberry Case TO BE PICKED :;?: ."

I Democrats: Republicans Berry 'CrownCarlot -

.". l"' rmer Candi Protestants! anil Catholics To Join B. II. S. WANTS BOOKSThe BY PETITION j f y.:
lu 1101101"1111't..raWi in I lI .,alulnert lt>ccom /:
for governor Bradford High School. In : .
date movement '
Last. Hcu-
adlIolUle roiuls! U< ulpi>ln for
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order to have People Won't 7
an accredited elementary Directly Vo).,
!won Surpasses That Here
i who nrhool must have in the Kx pit-rfs Her'Ic-eDliector
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pledged
J. CatU, The For Smith
Bradford '
tduey County or Hoover. .'
A tentative High '
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program for the annual first six grades In each class room But Not Total fi'
Democratic
the : School
\III\ertulC loyally to reunion of the United Confed- at least fifty library books' ThIs Hartel and Examiner will begin the work of the --- I 4

tmriy lit 1' a candidate to head it'bBute arate Veterans, Floilda: Division la ten books more than the requirement PLANT CITY. Sept, 17.,...Cpon Brvnnan. who took the teotlinonym new year Monday morning September Stephen M Sparkmau of TaS,, ,
appeared Weduesoay IVtli 'Ihe pa., and Saiah Landrum !
ticket: it Jacksuulvlle October 10 and what what la known opening exer- CawU&fh / .
12. laet basis, ash as the strawberry
year. The state superlnudent growers and: others -
uuiail Lall at 420b ( clsei: will of PenaacoU will be '
night in a been begin at nine o'clock selepted ] ,
.las arranged by General T "> says that these books must of 1 hujt lIlllsborouKb. does Biad- case before the Interstate:
j. >V. fcightu Avo., as u "man wlth- I. Appleyard and has been lord Conuueice 'rhe program will be short and democratic presidential ''echf. '
an- a On hand by October. a tut n. lThoiofore. .. county claim the' crown that Commission have made by '
tot iler. p- -- ---- ---- will petition to
consist ;
j uut a "art7. speaking uounced as'follows: adorns the l'J.lClrt to the Commission of devotional exer- complete tbs ], '
; we the teachero of head of the county, pro I finding ,
luuver.. but dtBCI'IIdlllld au a class and talks by some ot ourpromln.nt of six required tor this atat__,> '., -
Left \\"t'lIn""d8J' October: 10 the B. II. S. aro asking ducing the greatest number of the present freight service for the I
patrons I was learned tod.'I:
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at ,
Kepubltcaus cltlzenll.I tl
representatives by 10 a. m, called to order Gen. elrawberrJea transportation of :
by and any Interested citizens of during the course of : strawbrreles inadequate
ay \I td! an Democrats. r. J. Appleyard commanding FlorIda Starke to please give the school a season. According: to reports and( teromnifndlUK I that I After the exerctues the remain of the six electors chogf : ''''}1 1.: ITwo }

'io clear up any misunderstand- division. some of their good books ( from Bradford county, tho, State I, the ConllutS918Jl require the Interested der of the morning will be used In the June primary failed !I.|{ 'J '\ "J

lug 8.: B. McCaUill, vice chairman Invocation by the Rev. FrankA. of ethical. geographic historIc slorleq, Marketing Bureau has decided railroads to equip lliemaol- In making assignments for Tuesday '' qualify after the election and l If ". ; 1 ,, > "

ut: the ttepubiican slate commit- Juhan bishop of Florida of the scientific biographical or elementary that Bradford county topper! the ves with express/ refrigerator" vera for those who, are regularlypromoted. only four to represent (the sU,|I"' 'r / ,."

Leo Issued a Btatetneat dlsclaim- Episcopal!: chinch.Addreiss nature). crown from the fair head of Hills- and establjuh expivsa carload nor- Tho afternoon will be H. Clay Crawford, secretary j lit'(|' 1 ; t
any other speakers not of vice. pent by pupils regularly promoted state, has been' notified, howevi, ,1 I "
CaLls: or welcome by Mayor Of course, we are ail l anxious for borough county last year with Its "
appearing under auspices. ol locaittepublicuna John T. Alacp. Jr.. and P. II. HarI'laon. our_ elementary school to bo accredited shipment of 25C cars of berilesas Ibis. Informallofi was tonveyod In getting books and other materials that petitions for the others a' I I .."t t-.... y

ge ,- adding that "utteraUCOS president of the chamber of for many reasons one of compared to 202 shipped from by telegram Thursday morningto and preparing for next day's. being prepared and that there w'i,,!' '''''j ,

of such speakers are not to commerce. which Is to nave the sixth Hlllsborough county. llallioatl CODllul8sloner. S.: : work "For those who desire examinations be no vacancies on the slats j <, 't' 'S
tirade ,
;et ba taken ft s an oxpreaslou of the Response by the Kev. li. W.Klcklltei students from having to take examinations Willie no one Is Inclined Io discredit Matthews, who Is spending a short the work Monday will consist Vut for I'Iettors. Not Smith "u'' \ .f. '1"1

party. ', chaplain of the Florida the claims vacation at home. I In examinations on MIOHO subjects Thin l 0 ', \ "
republican In all branches In May of the Starko:) sec: means contrary to the 'It 1'' ,' P' u
Ibo defeated aspirant for KOVoruor division, United Confederate Vet- and September also: in order to lor.1t* Is rather Interesting; note The matter must yet bo reviewed In which puulla/ are deficient lid of many persons, that In e''j 't LI I

spoke In characteristic vein IIralill.: enter Junior High. All suitable that express shipments of utra+\<- by tlio t Inter-State Commerce The si'hool begins Its session tier to cast a vote for Gov. Alfrf, ,, ,'I'a ,

\eugugtug lu banter with his audi- Jtepoit of commander appolutuieiit books will be gratefully receivedby berries font Plant City during tbe Commission but it is felt by the this year with probably.u higher Smith and Senator Joseph ', \ :\ J ,

1 cave! ana attacking an address b) of committees and reports of all elementary teachers of U. last year more than doubled the State Commission that there la petcentaga of all Its teachers back Koblnsou.( ( too uamea of fix: Ilerso",(,I r ). ::1

by Senator Walter F. George ot adjutant anti chief of staff. H. S. number ot qiruits! shipped by uis. piactlcally no room for doubt that than usual. With them addition too, must be checked ou the ballot, a) 't-": ) l,J
of I
Ueorgla In Tampa recently urging Afternoon S. S. pow ling. This would throw the carlot shipments tbe fight for this Improved service a' coach and teacher-training theiie In turn will cast their vatli"[( : "' "i'

auppuit of Uovernor Alfred k.! To be supplied probably a motorcade Miss Olive Ray. from this section well over : bus been won, since the "Federal ot depai Intent, and good work again for the democratic nominees. |If,1 l| ,1 I, 1'A1: 'I ,
T
buitU.: Mr. Catts apparently baseo' to :fc:St. Mary's river bridge ---_S the 400 mark, It Is claimed. Commission III u tormber' de. P. A. theme Is no reason why The demuciatlc hominess "Xl1!\, c'' \ ; ''ft.I .

Ills objections to ,Smith chiefly on IIU Atlantic Coastal Highway. Boltera from, the, dejnociatlc Upon a basis of 5,600 quarts to ciuloii had pronounced the fiolgbt tho school should not bo a IIUCC, S'. I be: ,I'l', : '(!I

religious. Immigration. and negro Mght party who state that they will vote the car, Bradford county would service Inadequate, but gave the The building, too, has been work. flj.liV.. Atklmoii, TalUlujj\ 'I

95 Issues.-Miami Dally News. 8:15: p. m., address by, United for all other democratic nominees I have shipped 1,428,000 quarts. It railroads a chance: to improve oil ed over In the Interior and Is being 10. |Ut(i ill4 1'\1'.a

' .. Slates Senator Duncan U. Fletcher, but Smith, forget that when they '1111 understood Hint the lefrlgeratur that method of transput'tutlon. put lu splendid shape for the year. >lM-i-t -<'. ,1'rtikor. _TaUaIlI,'i "' ) ,

D TAMMANY HALL WAS subject.: "'1'lIe South.: beuator:: cast a' ballot for Senator Joseph movement from Starke Is very When the new service III AM patents and friends ot the Cf. |i"'t'),j 14 ,

THE SOUTH'S ONE Fletcher will be Introduced by T. RobInson, the vice-president nominal. Fom Plant City 963,504 inaugu rated Stniko and Lawtey school ate coidlally Invited to the J. Mutter Krlioo, Miami. i toJI,) vH. ',,i ';"J ,

Mayo AIsop. nominee, and vote for,Hoover elec- quarts; were shipped by this. manner strawebrrles will bo landed on all opening exercises Monday We "-, UN'IIl", l-'oi-t Mradr. j h Ii.):' \ 4j I fl ,

BEST FRIEND Senator Fletcher's address will tors. Robinson should receive' every the total movement of express! the principal markets on the third hopo too, tn have a large uuui- Htrplicn! !If. HMrk.mnn| TallltH", I' I *

democratic vote this side and morning. and them be busy visit us during the year and MnriUi 1nmmdm-umCawlhon
and be followed by a short business on freight shipments up April 16 can no I I.J. i. ; ;
There are thousands of men of the Mason ) doubt that the shall appreciate the full _,
session to receive reports of committees and Dixon line.- during the last season being,1,608- production In this cooperation '\ tC ,

now living In the South who recall on cIedolitlais.Thursthsy -Ocala Star.:: 668 quarts. I IC4 section will bu Rroatly lizemeased.FOUi1I : of parents at all times. ( Continued on pigo 2) IIi; g' ,' '. '>t.,
period ot re.known- ----

as tonntructlon--lnfamou8ly the"carpetbag bitter, blighting days"-when corruption of- Invocation 10 a. m. call by, to Rabbi October order.Israel 11 Kap- 'E. Convention Opens v' -- iETs.LN' FIN L-WORDS OFBRYin.'ii1: '


In the under administration an impishly 1mpoocd lUll. pastor ot Abavelh Chesed cougiegatiou. THIS STATE AN ARE REPRODUCE '

government political plot defied decencyand Here Saturday Morning ili1

Report of committee on credentials .. .
desolation ofa Indications that Florida '
deepened the are -

civilization stunned and staggering business and, adjournment. The aiinuak Christian Endeavor program. voters next November will find the "list (rt'at Coniinoiivr: .'10'-. VOTERS NAME11'REQUIRED : \

the welter Afternoon ))1'. George I.. now names of :34! \ :
to its foot from Convention of the University District wry, puator persons representing din I>('!I"iate. Half on .

Iud 'waste of a war in which It 8:15 p. m., address by C. M. Union will bring to Starke of the convention church: will l lead four parties, In casting, ballots for Religion* Topic I, ".

had lost the power' of Its manhood Durrauce state attorney lie will Saturday morning more than 150 the opening devotional, "Ouaade I president and vice presedent of the O ; t .
be Introduced by General Apple- With Christ In )Evangelism; United States ''lll >ip"t
and 'faced a seemingly friendless young people from all sections of ,Spoe- I TAMPA, Sept.:: 4More than '

hltur v.J .wl1.t',.beaP.r. ,!I-It, .,41 1f"'I- -- ; 'i't'. .... tli7 District "'I" 'TP-.thell. r| eof. inLjzwslt.wUijtisv<<; itapaet.va, the! ,T! "'., alqqtt.,'1f,.111&, "r."I. .'1l1p.l light Interest Jia Ji the/ resontatlon of Sponsorlal taA Saturday electors for, the Democratic and ,
tbe midnight of her despair ; enjoying two days of Inspiration, morning program #1 here by trio Tampa Tribune's reproduction
tc under direction of Mrs. tt.'! L. Car- Jerry Johnson has added Republican have already >
parlies
South had but one direction Instruction and Recreation under splendid of what the late William ____ '
turn for succor and that dlrectloi aey, matron of honor of Florida the leadership of well trained and feature ot the District: programs been filed with the secretary of Jennings Bryan, a delegate f

was tu New York In which populous division U. C. V., to be followed by' experienced leaders. In the Introducing ot "Sonaplrat- mate, and now pomes the Socialist from Florida, said... at Madison Voters : the named tbe of Florid li'.E\ ',""I'"I'f! !:, '
appear ou general
:innouucements and adjournment. Ion" periods. and Communist parties asking '
city was domiciled Tarn man) Miss Carrie Uglow chairman of Square (&Harden four' years ago to "
tlou books, they will be ,
"
Ineltgl |
I Hall with which ancient polities' I'.rllll&Odober; 1- the local convention: and secre- Laurence Williams stale president -'for recognition. the last Democratic national convention : ; '
'L'J..ifA.s
) organization some of its leading 8:30: a. m, call to order. tary of the University District has of the Florida Christian Endeavor !: The entries of the Socialist: and he ever attended. to vote (In the
Invocation by the Rt.. Rev. Patrick CouunuuUt parties, however, have tloii regardless ot the fact tit',
lawyers statesmen nnd citlzem been unusually busy during the Union. Jacksonville will The Tribune says: their '
be
were afterward to become afBHat Barry Bishop of Florida ot past three weeks making plans give the opening address Saturday been returned In each Instance by "Thin U William rolls names on the prtnu'
Jennings Bryan to
according Attorney Qv .
ed out ot a surging sense of grate the Catholic church.Completion to accomodale this large assemblyof morning and It Is hoped that all the secretary 'of state, the former speaking. It la III Madison eral Fred H. Davis. :'

fill affection. What did Tummau) 1 of business election young people who are to spend churches will have delegations In because the names had not been Square:) Garden, in 1924 with the

do for the South when politic :it officers and selection of time two days as guests of Starko. 1 the convention for the) very open-,properly certified and the latter "religion" plank of the platform The primary election and I "
of next reunion ,adjournment. addiess. because It was uot made'known to general election are In no wl
pirates were 'ravaging its ruins 01 .mil place The opening session of the Convention Ing Mr. Billy Matthews, under debate--his "last word" to
I Social Service what offices the candidates aspired connected, the attorney gep*>fj 1
will ot
that hadfs- be held Saturday Superintendent '
the fragments
pitiful fe convention of his Mr.
Immediately the grand parade While at the present time there party. points out In an opinion regardj ,, !
taped: destroying sword oftfl- morning 10 o'clock, when Jerry i iI the Florida Christian Endeavor I Bryan said : v
held under command ot3ilg. I I are only four( legally certified Democratic the primary books.
be 1 Union Gainesville
vadlng hordes and brutish iguor will Johnson, field secretary of the will peak Sat "In this country It la not nec- ;

tb alice released suddenly was Insult General Vivian Collins. adjutant Florida Christian Endeavor Union, urdaymorning on the theme 'The electors, the state Demo ens.ry to protect any church. I "The general election law." I
ing Intelligence and threatening general of Florida. -Automobiles Daytona Beach, Fla., will con- Challenge to Serlvce." cratic executive committee Is preparing have much confidence In the Catholic Davit asserts, "expresaly requl,)' 't &
Veterans to submit the oilier two that there shall be J
provided for a certain
that will be flvrvlce jti featuringthe
'
(he stability ot social 'order a song Social features of the conventIon church, which was for 1,600 I
their wives and daughters. of- convention "}1lp Me to at any time. of book had and maintained u'' jIbe
6f Its Anglo-Saxon song will Include luncheon which
was the pride$ a yeaia my mother church as well aa '
of the Confederacy The Republican party cent lu Its general election. The form ( '
nclala of the Daughters Find My Place. The convention ;
ear
builders It lent a listening will be s erved on the church yours that I deny It need*,political :
organlzatlon. Six electors some weeks ago. Incidentally registration book la entirely ffl
and kindred wilt all. of '
V and extended helping hand when expect: young people grounds Saturday: noon. Tbe "dip"in aid. It was the Catholic church ''
Ui4' B:.st rant with- cries of sectional The local unit of the Florida Starka, whether members ot Christian Klngsley Lake In the afternoon all of the names begin that took our, religion from Us rent from the form of r gldt',i
HI
escort with the letter "A."Uuder the law, tiers books required for the P'l'wary.
Guard will act as
National JJndeavor !:pworth League or
hate and resounded with shouts and finally at 6:30'the: big ChristIan founders and preserved!!-for oren H1, ,
for and ruthless radical- for the veterans. B. Y. P. U. to attend the sessions Endeavor Fellowship banquet however, ballots for the general fifteen centuries. When It did .

lam.revenge tl was indeed a black outlook The grand military ball will be And have a special part In the which will be held In the club election are 'hot printed with the. this for Catholic It did It for me "For one thing the party *ffl(',)' ;:

for the prostrate South but a beao-: held at the new Duval county ar w\,li-bullt "Crusade With Christ" house with Fuller Warren and candidate! names arranged In alphabetical and every Protestant. The Catholic tlon of the voter Is not showtt I)'
The newly elected commander !- order, but with the par- the general election books. Ind' ,
on light radiated from Tammany mory. Jerry Johnson, sharing honors church, with its leirfccy ot mar-
will lead the grand march. ties themtielvea separated. I believe It would be invalid to ; i ,
friendshipIn alike
Hall to whose assisting Post Card WeekOctober aa toastmasters. tyr's blood and with the testimony :
held for the use Tho coming election wilt be the quire that '
Robert fhe floor will be registered voters for ;! .f
her hour greatest peril i Speakers for the Saturday after. ot Its long line of missionaries
,' veterans until 10:30: p. in. /first In which the Socialist party general election should be \ ; :';: '
the uI 1.,
of fory; \
'
Judge land does ii'ifp
who Into
W, Winston formerly noon will include Mrs. went every '
i \ to visitors To 6 program has been found participating; In to declare I their afflllatlo !
then turned over 1 I party d11f-1 B if
and ,
Carolina '

of the superior court of North J. J. Sullen Starke; music by theOainesvthle not need a great party to protectIt ,
In and others. u, balloting over the stale, attorney as that would have tbe effect! :. /!: ,
given eloquent testimony Christian church, from a million Klansmen.
-- Billy General Fred II. Davis Bald. Mr,
who was them to declare j
,
the Review of June. Referring Hon. Doyle Carltou. ''The Jews do not need thin resolution inquiring bll| / .
American Matthews, Rev. A. R. Batthelor,
Florldlans will have aa excellent Davis passed upon the papers. of they would vote In the gene I 1 rolectiou.
to' an incident of sixtyvoarn student pastor of the Presbyterian 'l'hey have Moses, they .
the week of
opportunity during that party in which It was sought .
: ,
Democrats :
out "Present bill, which Tammany have Elijah and they have also > ; i
am ha nnlnta : church. Gainesville, Mrs. lit H. -< '
ly -an -t ePti;;' rehabilitate the voted against waa Introduced "to October Florida aa 1 to' a stimulate winter playground.The Interest In. Matthews, Hawthorne. to enter the electors.names of various presidential also KlUha, who drew back the "The complete repeal of the.|,'! 1 I. .. f[ '.,

The amend and supplement the elect- and revealed the mary Uw would not in any w 't
< desolate ,land was begun. and Flotlda State Chamber of 'William 1>u Dose, of Sanford The papers of the Socialist party curtain upon ,' //l
laws of the United States mountain invisible bout operate to change! the provision.
South resolved to make a supreme Ion topu an
Commerce baa selected'October 1 111.., who has sung his way Into were returned by Mr. Dalvo because '
herself looking. to provide for a more efficient enforcement greater than a thouiaurl I Ku Klux the general election law Con'
effort to
preserve to 6, Inclusive, as the 1928 annual the hearts of thonsauda of young he said, the certificate accompanying 'I
The
such laws. enactment quently, tile general election I,
her of Klaus The Catholic rhurth and
to ,the Democratic party aa
Post Card Week. The Florida Association people In Dixie and throughout i them bad not been
national Democrat of the bill would have the House of Uarel have their must be administered Juat *x&<
hope. Soon the
of Real Estate Boards, Texas has accepted a.place on the acknowledged by either the chairman '
ic convention the first after thewar.was placed federal troops In control !ot great characters today who plead as If the primary election law
local realty boards the Florida program and will sing during or secretary of the convention >
to ine t. Where in all the elections In every Southern:: state. for respect for them whose pleading not exiat. j ar|
State Hotel Association, local session. Hon. R. A. Green of before an officer authorized to
North should this convention be It kindled a fire of rage throughout In ,not lu vain "The only way to get one. na ,
chambers of commerce and civic dtarke will 'deliver the'principal take acgnowledgments in '
held Where could General Wade the South whose representatives Florlda'i "I am not willing to bring din- on the general, election books n,,1:
.
clubs are one hundred per .cent address of the evening when he The Communist party
Hampton. General N. B. Forrest.. in the National Congress cord into my party." The r..Dlo. <: already have their names on i ,'
; : with the Stat.Chamber In its campaign steaks to the convention on "Tomorrow's electors at a meeting held recentlyat '
Alex Stephens. Zeb Vance ex-reb fought the fight of their lives to ic party la united ou all tbe rst.1 primary election books, U to tra, .'
to flood the counlry one Citizens Today. Fuller Jacksonville. They follow:
the The Intameus We have fer such names from the ,
In Its passage. nomlo Issues. pnim11'i;
ell! go and be welcomed prevent week; each year with Florida pict- Warren of the University of Flor. T. W. Van J, A. Adams: PeytonC. ( "
only tbe house by 160 )'easto' been united since I have known books to the general elect
there was bill passed so \
entire United States ,
ure post cards. ida and one of the leaders In the Rogers.; D. J. Albright< WalterS.
li
books the .
loud applauseon attorney general i '
and hAil had
New York 149 naysamid politic nobody more
one place, and that was | This year the Chamber asks that Youth Movement will use for bin Peck, and A. Spievack: WilliamZ.
Mr. Davis baa written to
Republican side. Tammany than I to regret past dis en|:1
one
the reason
City and In that city only (
; tho sender of each card point out theme, "Keys to Success. Foster the party's candidate for "
Southernern board of election
Hall Democrats voting with cord. Now. when we are united county supertor |
spot the new and gorgeous |
the me'sage other endorsed and the
In space among president was *
of Tammany, Just /finished for the members against the bill were; Wilson, Green district president, and face our political foes with calling, attention to the pro
Northerners need not
occasion. To] Tammany Hall therefore Amos J. Cummlnga Thomas, F. things, that will preside during the sessions party platform approved. dauntless courage and with en- Ions of the law relating to genlt f "
tbelfdeparture for Florida also
postpone The Communists arranged '
on' July 4, 1868, the braye Magner Charles Tracey Felix and have charge of the programsand thulasm never excelled: these people elections and cautioning; thenli' If _ _
this fall until after the national 'for a meeting to be held In Jacksonville It
business of the convention.
lions of ,the South poor and oppressed Campbell. W. G. John Stahlnecker.,Quinn. election for they can come to "Crusade with Christ InWorld Sept. 17, when Scott Near- tell us that we must turn aside transfer book the to names the general from the elect fmry !,, I' _________
W. Covert from this titanic task and cease
right
came and were made James _ _
the state as usual and mall their Peace" will be the theme of Rev, ing, of New Jersey will speak on elect' '
Edward J. Dunphy. C. II. Turner. : to be a great political force. books, before the general $, '
welcome. ballot home. If this Is not brought "Tbe Campaign Issues. of 1928." ______
B. F. Montgomery's for the von
B. McCar message In November- Otherwise
Vnfrt! Bill. Alna lat the Mouth Roawell P. Flower J. Never Took Hide' \II'
attention of prospective SHere's -
to the Sunday afternoon. Rev H. H. Frailer I In the primary would not haveJ] L ,
states ot Senator "The Democratic party has never
Since the war between the thy. visitors says tbe Chamber, thousands a statement _
-18U ts85-v-two force- bills. Of the eleven Tammany, members who otherwise come to the of McIntosh will speak on Harris: "If I thought Governor taken the aide of one church opportunity to cast their votes)!') ''t

which the Encyclopedia Americana voting with the South seven stat during October will not make "What is Worthwhile" with Rev, Smith would do anything to Injure .limit. the other; the Democratic the general election. J'" j. _ _
were "aimed at the were Roman Catholics: Mr. Magner. Batchetor closing the afternoon'sprogram the cause of prohibition, I party must remain true to Its Ira As an example. General D H''

South"say have, ,, been introduced iu Mr.,Tracey, Mr. Dunphy Mr. the ber trip B.Under. South until after Nyvem-, ", "Youth's Challenge to should certainly not support him dltlons; It cannot surrender Its aid, supposing that a county I.f,; ,

Congress.The Campbell Mr. Turner and Mr. the new postal law picture Service.: But I know be will support the rights to exist; It cannot be false 3,000 people who should vote<])j'! \ _

I McCarthy. Tbe other four were : Dr ISlllott!: of Penny Farm and prohibition laws better than the to the mission that It bad In the (he general election and thatcf

but of, May 31. 1870. wan' Protestants elected by the solid postcards require. only one a minister of wide experience will republicans have done since this days ot Jefferson to which It remained names of these 3.000 people shdf,f W _ _
forcible -
.lorldllanssbould
designed resistance, "to put which'down Southern the Irish Catholic constituencies. Thirteen cent purchase pottage.their fcard" early and after bring the closing message Sunday party baa been In 'power-the republican true In the days of Jackson be shown upon the poll lIate.l"t : Jf fi'JI; '' ___________

Republicans In tbe house night lining "Crusade With enforcement has been a and to which It was still loyalIn "Let us further su'ppose1., i: ,'II' _ _
to offer to and stamping them
leaders addressing
were preparing from New York voted against the Ch rwt." complete farce GOT. Smith when the day Woodrow Wilson. aid "that In every countyoj.:
It bold them for mailing be-
pun.Ishedby should
reconstruction government. South. The bill was tabled In the e---_ elected will have nothing to do "My last objection I III that I am to the failure to tranntr, the ua4 I..'

fine and imprisonment. Senate by a free-coignage fusion tween October 1 and 6. Dr. /no. T. Henderson. Stuart's with changing tbe law anyway. not willing to divide the Christian from the primary books, the D&$I''
federal
or both and ..vCo' the of Democrats and Republican sen- non-brunette health officer has That la the power of Congress. and church because If It U destroyed of 1,500 Democrat are not eba'< ""
'f'
of any _
court exclusive cognliauca atom: William M. Kvarta and I II first announced: aa the speaker for discovered that mosquitoes, M Congress i. growing stronger every there I I. nothing to take Its place. Insofar a* the general elect) ,
Interference registration I "
with the Frank Hheock. voted for the bill. the reunion will not_ be on the program well as gentlemen prefer blondes. I Iu. year for pohlbltlon."-Dahlooega We must stand together to fight book are concerned: to the f'e If- 'f'( :

voting etc., of any one, or going Thla !I. what Tammany Hall did as the committee learned peaks on this subject with ( ) Nugget. our battle of religion against materialism. tired voter for the general si, -:"
him Us. _ _
on.hi, premise to Intimidate for the South in the hoar of IU that Mr Carlton'a father served both conviction and authority, and S Ion.You can readily *ee> what',! ,: ,1_ _ _

or, personating him In voting or greatest perU since the peace ofppomatOL In the Colon Army Instead of the declare but statements are baaed Tarpon Springs P\ar\ (> underway -- ---, i, likely to be the ronseq.uen,wj!+ ',I I

Violating- state or federal election Confederacy! [on his personal Investigations. for widening Athena street. (Continued on page 3)) l such a situation." \t ,
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FORUMBeginning are book-learning life ARM KEPIlonrContinued : .Ii'',',,'', I'
UBLIC + number be a majority of the whole first act was to resin",",
,a large titles, and the acqulnlt -- Mof '"' '*
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of electors appointed, wheat
Ion of a little real property where Behind Smith ( from page 1)) number so that the All". ,"dl1
personhaving the greatest buy their
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they were born and reared.It who can i Ii. "I'',U
"There Is only one
I number of votes as vice president, Punta Gorda
with the next issue writers for The Forum would not be correct to say Says Straton bring[ peace to the world, and that shall be the vice president, It such ----Herald--o-

4IMwifl! be asked to observe the following rules In writing ar- hat these negroes feel no( interest in/ the Prince of T'PRC"p--the one number be a majority of the whole Organization of ,.
th
J ., 'ttcles for publication : In politics. They are Interested 1 in Tells Jacksonville Crowd Governor at whose coming the angels sang, number of electors appointed." Termalnal I 'llnna
to ,
company .
But it would be toward prvtt) ,-i
#t'', -'"' 1. Articles must be original and signed by author. Quotations good accurate government.to that they take not to Lose Own Stat. "On earth" peace, good will When llouw KIwtH: minal and warehouse fac-nin." ?

or extracts from articles appearing in other papers say men. If the unusual sltluatlon should Ybor channel at Tampa, w/' '
the slightest Interest in the partisan "Jew and Gentile, Catholic and ..n
b may be used, if desired inconnection with original article. differences between Democrats Jacksonville. Sept. 7.-Declaring Protestant stand for God, on arise that no candidate for president i-I flounced recently. The ,,?11\)1'1\\ '

2. Political communications must be confined solely to and Republicans. It his belief that C.ov. Alfred whom all religion rests, and should receive senator the will necessary retire busl plans l to acquire; the old ..,.,

the merits of a candidate and not the demerits of his oppon- Tbe day is 1 far past when the E. Smith will not curry the state Protestant and Catholic ntand", for and 266 votes the house the of representativeswill :Brothers nens -of and Hamlet has and( t>tt\,

,nt. Articles! favoring the election of candidates of any party Negro can be made to believe that of New York in the forthcoming the Christ h It possible that now proceed to elect the president tract whereby signed ?,If
? Dr. John Roach Lykes ,,,,
-will be given equal prominence ; articles attacking candidates anything can be made to put him national election of when Jesus-the bop of the world from among the three highest can- Steamship company win BI"IIIPI'
Cavalry '
: of any party will be consigned to the furnace. back In slavery. With the passing Straton, pastor York Baptist In. more needed than ever before didates. In such'nn election each Its buslness'to the i1Hii.sfef\
of New relt- company
church city.
,
It' 3. Right is reserved to condense or oniit article of uneceslength. of that, black magic has passed, ated.bill statement ) ere last night In. it possible that at this time, In state would have one vote. wharf and1 transit. shed new
In a large measure, the Negroes this great land, we are to have reUgioufl If no candidate for vice president -I-- ..-
bzr
that the New York "Is
i governor warfare? Are willingto ;
blind devotion to the'Repub you '
4. Any citizen his or her views through this the deadliest foe to tbe moral for blaze that cost Innumerable receives the necessary num- 9'- 0
:t !3 '11 can express llcun part/. When he believed that start a may ber of electoral' votes then the .senate

'jjjColuinn, but communication! from any one writer will be limited departure from Republican rule ces In America today. auditoriumwas lives, sacrificed on the will choose a vice presidentfrom In Boudoirland

I to demand of space. meant slavery, he voted In orderto The city's largest altar ot religious prejudice I cannot the two highest candidates.In "
packed tb the doors, a -
perspiring
t4d1"P ,"" Articles appearing herein are to be taken solely as the save his children's liberty Now cheering throng, as the believe It; God forbid; I rail such a caKe each) senator would
that he does not believe It, be. doe ) you bark In the name of our party, J
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4 Expression of the individual whose name 1 is signed thereto. New York divine spoke, himself' have one vote.
the
of
back In the name
not vote at all. Another day he I call you the contlnency should arise I
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"! iar Editor: the l) raocratle piyrty) triumphs will be voting again, not with one dripping perspiration to the rostrum -. Son of God and Saviors of the that the house falls to elect a president o
stood about In '
1. .r* In your Iue of August 24, you under t Al Smith ., The spiritual party but with two--or with HVe. until it pud world. Christian stop fighting; then, the vice president chosen A TWr.LYE-POL'NU: : LOOK

t ? utll) hed Al Smith's creed as an salvation of the United States lies If our tendency toward the block dies In his address Dr. Stta- let us get together and save the by the .senate would become the

''American Catholic." It t la a maaJerplece In Cntliollolmn. which Is prospering system continues. opening world from the materialism that '

.. v1 and no doubt will quiet there and which some day Meanwhile, aloof from politics ton brought forth cheers, with a robs life ot its spiritual -values. president --

1it unrest In the minds athoutands through/ rellgoiis unity will restore himself, he is used by knaves to few scattered "boos" from the distant Banish the 'hymn of hate;' our All this sanctimonious agitation \

: of voters' concerning moral force in the United States. frighten foolx. Unfortunately galllertes. as he urged the voters song must!, be 'blent be the tie that about Governor Smith's attitude ,

V 4 i or. Smith's church affiliation, What Is needed Is the yeast of there Is a number of Southern( to cast their ballot for Herbert binds our hearts in Christian on prohibition has nothing t'o do _

1 ..nil the President of the United Catholicism! and the election 01 whites who can be frightened Into Hoover. love." with his enforcement of the Vol

gr1 tales. Either Oov. Smith dons not Alfred Smith will be a token ol Foolish action by the bugaboo of "Speaking of the solid south, 1"l1nlnJCppllPli in 1 )2H stead Act 01' other laws passed .to

;i11! : ow the blslory and teachings the necessary rebirth after the Negro equality. Heretofore that the speaker said, "It does look In.IIhe's We print this portion ot Mr.: Make effective the Eighteenth
_
God I belleeehe's
\ kIrM.1Ia{ church or It Is a rnmou- moral decay caused by the excessive cry has been' rained only against solid and praise Bryan's notable speech on that Amendment as ills recoru' 01 lour h J

j p u*' to pull the wool over the wealth of. the people." the Republican candidates. This going to stay solid.,, memorable occasion, solely for the terms an governor of New York

'A 3jtyt'Ot; the American voter. Along with this gross Insult to time It Is raised against both Stresses_ MoralityStressing Issue _. reason t that many or- those- -uem-( clearly exemplifies his integrity;

1 J 'There are thousands of good the American people by such an Hoover and Smith-not, of course his contention tnat crVts who are now opposing the an executive. It Is just possiblethat
,
\ : $ 'lijncere people lu the Roman Cnllili organ of the Pope, should be' by the same Het of tricksters "morality Is the" only foundation the Democratic nominee for president the fear of his rigid enforcement -

,'Church, Ignorant of Ms history placed the epeevh of Mayor Walkerof Among the Democrats opposed to of government, Dr. Straton asserted !- are citing Mr. Bryan as the of prevailing laws ,has promted .

ad, workings. Likewise there, are New York, who, speaking to Smith are' those who say "Yes, that It is the duty of min Inspiration of thelr-opposltlon. Invoking t the booze Interests -to start Ytt.ntng Make-Up far Tbln Fact
"with-
hou ands of Protestant* who do the Cathedral College alumni and Hoover will make some Government sters of the gospel to speak his memory as counsel. and the campaign of vllliflcatlon
;
If Mirror' gives back
',, .; ,Ot know, or have.forgotten, the answering the suggestion that Oov. clerks work with negroes. out tear or favor, on the Issues guide In bolting: the party. through the poison squad of the of your hollow cheek and protruding a reflection

lEko.J7 Beaa of persecution thatheir'church Smith, If.fleeted', might take his But what of that? You work!: with of the coming campaign." thatAmerica Never was there a more eloquent great and ignoble/: republican par- cheek; bone In spite of your "Eat an*

has suffered at thef'JiUJ&Ud orders from Rome, said that he nettu WlllllamH, to enetr Florida, The speaker declared and fervent denunciation of ty.-Largo Sentinel. Orow Fat" diet, donS allow your fact

$ of the Roman Catholic "hoped to Oort" that he would Negroes every day. But Smith- today faces the "greatest religious prejudice In politics than to grow any longer with dttappomt
---
urch to obtain the .liberty we "take his orders from Rome," bocanst Smith believes in social equality, crisis In her history, even greater. that which William Jennings Bry- kicked incut.
stir i lit being over
I Big up
4i. s, .enjoy, Qov. Smith suy he "during all the middle ages He would make eat with 1 than the crisis of civil war. an delivered In Madison Square The* boudoir hint will add twelve
you neg law In the present
the prohibition
I "Mr. Raskob he said, "late of to a thin woman' look
,
uttereda pound :
all he has declared in the Church of Rome, has ordered Garden. Never ,was there
roes. 1 republican affiliation and with decidedly election. ,Of course the sensible First there 1* th* matter of colok.
& creeI-- 'according to the faith nothing against civilisation. Impressive warning than
))1Jt It; Is inconceivable that men be. I wet proclivities, has asked more voter realizes that If Mr. Smith and thin. applle to cosmeticS a* we*
of his Church. The his words that
in on
.a4 practices civilization. have such rot, but there are a few to refrain from was conveyed In elected he can't repeal it, andIf aa clothes. Affect "blood colo .,-
acttces and teachings of .hiaf11re2l.are Where I ask is there an American southern ministers occasion "Divide our party on a
_ : ; who do-not, however, enough to the : Mr. Hoover wins he, can't enforce tones ot roue. pink, brown violet. a:1ol
questions
% contrary to the things with a drop of 'ed blood In affect much. speaking on political religious issue and cease to bea the like which contain a lot of rod.
anything People it. But it seams to furnish
-j, 3 cUred therein hence its I noon- him who Is not stirred by such from their pulpits, and has asked great political force." And It Select powder and rouge with a
_________ whites and negroes, are wiser those who do be deprleved of good grouch material.-Times-
_ h1Iiateney. Hear what the Church of statements emlnatlng from the than they used to be. It Is only that applies with greater significanceIn Union. good deal of pink In them. Powder*
ita*> says from Pop Leo: "All representatives of the most scor- their salaries. 192S than It did Jn 1924. that are basically white and route!
U the unscrupulous politician manipulator Dr.'Straton: records with yellow foundation are
jtholIcs' should exert their power rupt political and rellgous organ- reviewed the ., We commend to these mlagulde- --' tryingeven
who has failed to learn to healthy robust women.
the constitutions of the ization In the world today. Either anything. ot Cleveland and Wilson, the only ed Democrats who profess adhere- Two darkles were discussing Then. with regard to make-up.

tat** to be modified after the our Congreanman. R. ,A. Green, in democratic presidents since the ence to. the principles of the dead the presidential' race One says: Thin-faced women ehould uae two
L.
W KIckllter.
$ itinclples of the Catholic Church." all wrong, and the Roman Catholic clyll' war, and said that Tammany Democratic leader and who now "Who Is you goln' to vote toh?" day-time powders: darker cue rut

1.Wba la the attitude of Rome paper is right or "Lex" t la HfPRKMK-: ] FORK8T a : WOODMEN hall\ had opposed these two "cour summons his spirit to sustain their "Mr. Hoovnh," of course was the the upper part of their face a llgfituon
"
jjoat4 the public school system? right and the minions of the Pope 1'IRCLE ELECT OFFICERS ageous statesmen. mistaken course a reading of Mr. answer. "Who else Is runninT" for the lower part of their. face

Pus| IX said: "Education are wrong. Take your choice. Have Denies Personal Assault"I Bryan's declaration, as above quo asked the qua tioner.' "Oh, I can't and neck. Two-toning the aklo tbl*

Utslde of the Roman Catholic you not read the wonderful speech Election of officers of the Supreme1 am not making any personal ted. Those who have not read It remembah his name, but he IB the way minimise tile hollow flexrougeand

because ot
the
1&L la damnable heresy." delivered Green the assault upon Alfred E. Smith as a It white folk's candidate."-Dahlo- oecemty
butch a by Mr. over Forest Woodmen!' Circle ot need the enlightenment conveys; of a .uper- lendlna kind. 1 specially
: ardlnal Gibbons called the pub- radio to the people of the United I Starke, was held Tuesday eveningIn man, but I refer you to his rec those who have /lee!! to be reminded nega' (Ga.) Nugget. recommend pact rouge*-enould oe-

chooli "An Imperfect and vie States, attacking the efforts thai the Masonic Hall. ord.!' ,the speaker said. He added of Its undeniable truth: .-0- scribe an equilateral triangle the top

system of education which are being made to abolish the restriction The folio win officers were'elect that a "wet press bad made it EUCTORs'ToimI After ten years of hostility to of the triangle foflowinghsr- Cheek
'. to even talk about a rec- TWO : the farmers Herbert Hoover now from about olao
dermLaee the religion of youth. laws that are saving the ed wrpaig\ Done three-quartete
uch more roud be given but Republic from the hordes ol : ? ord.';'. I PICKED BY PETITION proposes In ten weeks to convince Inch from her noee to an Inch this

( aae fnrhlda. Europe who are eager to enter Guardian Mrs Vonda Ininan: ,pitf>ag his reading of a lengthy I them of his friendship. Agriculture side of her ears. apr lipstick should

':YI .' $|MpWbat i-Is- th* Roman Catholic the country to the detriment of Adviser, Mrs. H. M. Snyder. synopsis$ of ,the New York govern- (Continued fmin.paga 1)) will not forget so easily that accentuate the width,of her mouut.
ovel'lIt're She should shadow .her vita
Past Guardian, Mrs. t; eyelid
t''tI.. j'i; l: tn'urch hoping to !get from Qov. labor, morals and religion. Tam- Recording and Corresponding Sec r.lpubJtQ! record, Dr. Straton was acola. Mr. Hoover, as" secretary of commerce broad eweepe of brown, or blue eyepast. -

'q:1Itb': election? Quoting from many Democrats have spared no Mrs. Interrupted by an old woman who Each state has as many presidential was the dictator of the ad I .. and mascara the lahe to the
ij L. S.
retary. Hutton
_ 1 .( "j [-'Catholic News:' "So::; great an efforts to have theser laws annuled, ; Banker ross from her seat in the front row electors as It has senators ministration's farm policy, and watt I xtrner of ber e,...
Mrs. Nat Williams.
::6: ,; .' J"';l 1!br> ha never been!' conferred for ninety per cent of and hammered on the platform under and representative in congress responsible for the veto of the A hollow-cheeked: woman honl<1arrange
_ iheJmmi. Auditor Miss SInah 'Moore Attendant
". "" ;, his feet to yell, "you're J Just ber hair ber foreli'M to
.,qqi tbe historic pile, the White grants who entered I In Florida the number Is six. On McNary-Haugen bill after It had over
_ '\ i when Miss Amle Moore; Assistant giving scandal and it won't gober. 1927 make perfect circle out ot ber otherwlee -
conferred in
) lU.*, as will be! States before the adoption of the the ballots here there'will appear been passed by Congress
//j
attendant Mrs. J, E. Thomas; long, oval face, en.! should alMiua
'I ,J i 15'.will be a 'Catholic Altar'ipctad. restrictive law were Catholics. The six democratic and six republican and again in 1928. Neither will her cbnU.BaD .
Mrs. J. L. Kimball. her locke about
Chaplain
7,. ., and by tbe will, consent Catholic Church has set Its face Inner Mrs. C. II Dr. Straton waved her aside and lectors, and an equal number for farmers forget in ten weeks that .. either softly curled or r'rimb. ,
.. band of the American people. Sentinel asked her to be seated, but she when Hoover to America
j bd against this law; and It behooves every other political party that enters Mr.. came are a great b<-.
h* ,Catholic Church Is today the those who love their country more Clark; Outer Sentinel, Mrs. W. was'escorted to the door of the the race in the state. during tbe war to serve as food

'lane wheel of the Republic and than they do their party to nee that B. Bryan. hallol by someone from the crowd. MO Vote Needed to Win

'1II.day Is not far distant when the hope of this Jesuit mouthpiece Captain, Mrs. F. P/ Flume; music \lWe are not slinging mud In Under the present membership Muskellunge and Indian Legends *iIl
ian Mrs. J. S. Butler. "
v. if .will become the entire xna- of, ,the Pope shall be. shat this campaign-, the speaker shouted cf the house of representatives,
'nVry of this and The hall was beautifully decorated when he had read the record of
government tered. 4 3 5and of the senate 96, there
Lure Motorists Autumn Camps
letuate it," wonder where the orTb hundred with cut tlow rs. of Governor Smith from 1904 to : are 531 electors. Therefore. 266 :

'. Bishop Falon speaking at the \per cent American in Bradford The meeting was Interesting and 1923 "but' this record Is a moun electoral votes are necessary for
atnolle Missionary Conference at well attended, and after the close tain' of mud."
Ic t County stand In such times an the election of a president. These'

n IAA: o'itoa. .said; "What does this this These are the days that try of the business session, refreshments Dr. Straton referred several electors will be. chosen by the

'I bvement meant It means that men's loyalty to the nation. The were served to all that times to the New York governor as people Nov 6.'

t ) "' ,:propose to make this North danger; that lies ahead of the nat could remain'at Butler's ,drugstore candidate Smith." Smith's beginning On Jan. H, 193.9, the elctors

., 'l rican continent Catholic. The ion In the event of the election ofa by the hostess for the veulng was unfortunate and his chosen In November.will assemble

t ctical: $ obligation of cooperatJn man who yields his first obedience Mrs. Kimball Miss Amle Moore bringing up was more unfortu In their respective! states and cast

_ >, the work or making thin to a foreign power under the and Mrs Overstreet. nate." Here he outlined, the lives their vote. These meetings will

Tuntry. Catholic rests with *olj guise; 'of a church in the greatest .-.., &........&'&"OO'.......C..................... ..............._.. of I he. two major presidential can constitute the "electoral college"
? fl 'fl wflnflnflfln
$ tt force on every member of the danger that the nation has yet! had didates. Three certified copies of the

rF '1 Mble! body' of the Church." to face NEJVRIVER Says Smith "LftwIeN' Spirit." vote will be made. One of them

1 .Looks like Rome is planning; J. J, Btillen The New York minister referred
Mlse Esl Sapp, Cor. will be sent to the president of the
__ M AL? >'big Job for'Is A'h... S .'* to Governor Smith as. "ell entlaly U 8. Senate by special messenger.

i :,, tach being said about rellgam -I Editor Starke Telegraph' ; ......................*. a lawless spirit, who Is trying to One will be sent to the same offl-

.#I : tolerance. When the Catholic Dear Sir: There will be a debate every put a plank Into the democratic lat by mall, and the third copy

,\ tuPch. practices It, It will then I In the Telegraph of Aug. Slat Friday night, at the school home platform which would change the will be tiled with federal district

_______ t I ';"u.time to talk about It, Rome there appeared an editorial para- for the benefit of the communityat prohibition law." judge In whose district the electors

., .eAQw. no tolerance. Protestants graph containing a warning to any large. "God Almighty is not on the meet

: Vita' > Boycotted and persecuted person or organization "distributing There will also be a program side of Tammany ball" he shout On Feb. 13, 1929, "the president

bferever ghe'ls an authority and a bogus fourth degree oath of every Friday night before the de ed.""We must think now In terms of the senate shall, in the presence

S w'the' moHt Intolerant organl- the Knights of Columbus." bate. Everybody Is Invited to attend of our country and not of party at- of the senate and the house of rep- "I

-, Ion on "earth, U hurling the It Is difficult for the reader to and bring the girls. Illtutlons." reventatlves, open all the certificates 4 i ,*

1 Ptiarge of Intolerance against the know whether this Is to be taken There was a l lrthday dinner Dr. Straton said that if he Is and the votes shall then be w 4e.4

__ _____ y pie who have won religious tol- as a news Item (although an editorial given at the home of Merrian able be expects to go into every counted; the person having ,the L.: jI I

.,iatlc, by the shedding of their Is not supposed to be such) Moodys Sunday, Sept. 9th in hon southern capital 'and tell the people : &-::' ,-' -

'ipOd. It la time for Protestants' or whether It Is a defense of the or of hla father Sam Moody There "all about Al Smith." SCHOOL BOARD MINUTES I .0 IN THfuotrn HO oof .

,t ; I '"be what the word signifies .11: Knights of Columbus. was a large number of relatives The speaker drew a word illustration I guarded by tbe Sioux for generation

;member of arty o( the bodies But whatever the Intention/ that attended. of'the democratic donkey Board met Sept. '3. in regular I and revered became they believed

__ j Christians that protest againstaplritttai don't you know that the so-called Among those who attended to with Tammany stripes, a wet head session with all members present I Tht') ?'k 4 I II these 'mountains were the hunting

____ fir supremacy of the bogus fourth degree oath of the business In Lake Butler Saturday. and a dry tall. He referred'to vii: L. W. Ktckllter. H. D. May ground' of the god.

arch of Rome" and protect Knights of Columbus Is a part of were It. J. Turner and family; Mrs. Governor Smith as the wet bead and A. B. Surrency. "llanltou Island In Lake Huron.gets .

'f 1tti' your vote. the Congre slonalKecord, at Wash R'. L. Johns and daughter Essie, and to Senator Robinson as the 'Minutes of last meeting read I I I'Q' its name because In sacred the mludi p15cC.!
of the It a
wa
'1 Mrs. ,Arthur Wood. ington? As such It is public property Mrs. Lester Johns and son Emery, dry tail of the donkey and said antTapproved.Resignation. the abode Ojlbway of the Great Spirit, and *o

I ;II ,--_ and no action of any kind Mrs. B. F. Renfroe and children hat he hoped to go Into the south- of D. E. Knight as shunned a. a forbidden place for

Rom continues to can be taken against any person Everett. Mildred and daughter, western states and debate with trustee of Starke school received men. -
j'apl>> pro-
_. f the or organization that makes use of I Mrs. W. J. Rutledge. Joe Moody, the dry tall of the Tammany- and accepted. "Flaln Indian did not make ttmc
.Indifference in regard to
It In any way, either by publishing I IU. Mr. and Mrs. GV.. Supp Sam Ized donkey." The board that the arrowhead. But they uNd to end
J ctlon of a Roman Catholic to I agreed tribe5and
_ I distributing it or quoting U.I Crews. y ".'Ol't'..* of Hell." t teacher of Bradford would arrowhead mad by eastern
: County
,. presidency of the United used these
'? What belongs to Uncle Sam's Record Proto and Mrs. L. W. Hlggft and "Behind Al Smith are all the attend the Central Florida Teach lost by, them. They thai
Mu,.. but tbe Tope's agencies arrowhead and bad a legend
k another and different laog- belongs to all/ the people of the children Mrs. Eustlce Kelley and I forces of hell in America" Dr. I er' Association at Gainesville IB 4Srrv'v'a' 4' they were made by a fairy people wbo

...' United States, so that the threat D, F Renfroe were visitors to trutott said In closing, and read October, Our native American red men tied left them scattered above ground.
> of "criminal proceedings," whether Starke Saturday. .' a list of those who would support legend
For instance the Jesuit paper Hellbronn wan refused an extra their superstition and their religion -There are a thousand such
Unita Catbollca pub- put forth by the KnighTs of Columbus Grafton Adkins of Miami wasa he New York governor; which In- teacher. up in the earn package a* do manyother September I* the flaherman'e mouth
Y lied the
r: ited'lu Florence refer to Mr. I or for political purposes visitor here Friday afternoon. included all of the organized vice The Supt. was directed to get peoples, and the result wa thel and If you motor to some muakelluaie
those who their belief kept them In a atew and lake In the north wood on modern
know better
1 by ought to Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Johns and In the category.
_; oter as one who would carry price an, If possible to buy three .' days -convenient
: I a swear all the of their llvee.Theae good read Hoed witS :
Is the kind of bunk. I
purest daughter Essie motored over to He closed his address with, an truck bodies from the Oxford Body Sin
\ ,, the narrow-minded provincial I fact are shown In a bulletin gasoline elation 'of Standard.
J. T. Quigley Green Cove Springs Sunday appeal to democratic voters to .
rocram of Harding and Coolidge Co. Uaued by the American' Reielrch clair and tile otbe't oil companl"

..411w 'in. r.irrit. to war debts. Let us consider the Southern Mr. John B. Renfroe has returned ote as "Hoover democrats" de- The following widow were rec- Foundation. you will bur' many atorlee that wIll
.' to his home after spendingthe daring that the party would Ba "When we touring tn our motoi entrance It surprise you.
nhi&lUon-a ;tmllratlon- and Negro in potiltcn-which bit Is not. eon.nded for pensions: Mrs. Isabel go you. mil'
embodying past two months with relatives saved only by this means. Lang, Mrs. J, W. Oasklns. car." ea,. the bulletin "we ought to too, to leant that the Indian among
Smith
ki Dta Mr. as But because ot Ben Davis of Geor
in South Florida Mrs. Straton preceded her hus-; Wilson know more of our legnd and hl.- ole own wu* not a trim silent. Pu"alve.
I ope Of better things.; "The politic gia. Perry Howard of Mississippi' Mrs. L. D. Norman. Mattie tory It would add to our pleaiiue. stoical B ur- H* we* very b U-
Mr. and Mrs. Joe L. band with a brief address In which i
I t Dowllng of3anford
towards the Annie Ward !Mr*. J. A. Rowe, ana
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1.11 playing usurer and a few others here and there-- The Black Hill, fat example where man a> man who laughed much
.d: "aUoDi In tbe question of almost wholly there-we must was the guests'of her he declared that the women vot- i I Ida Wiggins Belle Thomas, Mamie tourlet It I. estimated. pent more talked a great deal. SOme flies called

!:debts; the obstancy of keep- consider Aim thus. brother R. J. Turner and family era of democracy had been "given Mead, Chris Padgett. nettle Ben- than 1S.OOO.OOO this luromer. weie him a chstterboz.'xo'rzc ."
_ Sunday afternoon. he vote at this time for amrpoae. Nettle Clara Crawford -
Starling
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closed nett. --
: "the doors of America Except for a few pie peddlers In -
; mtaraUon. adhering toselflshum the Gulf and South Atlantic states Mrs. J. C. Pringle and eon .- and God had given us Ruby Green. ,] '
._ Marshall were visitors to Lake this power." rloti'*. Is h.rllll gIven that the following d.serlb.4 Jande will be ,old
), proclaiming the non-Inter- and an occasional bumptious buck .t p..blle auction 00 the fleet th a
Butler Friday afternoon. "If you put a rummy at the Lake Butler were visiting friends Monday In S.ptember 152* It being d
,U01\ policy of Washington and elsewhere. Southern are diiy Clt said month.. before the courth Ou..o. Door lit Starke, In Bradt0tcounty
with negroes !Mlanes Jewel Wiggins, Sarah I lead of this ticket we will smashIt here Sunday. Stat of .-Iorlda, or w Biiuvra tla.reot as wIll bo I..C....rT to P1
_ L #roeV wb.il Jat.rnniDIf not Interested in politics. Tbelr Kelly, Lone Kelly Hermle Kelly ," she said she bad heard one Mra. 3. E. Adklna and eon Grafton the amount due for taxes. set ppoalt the aam!, eajether.. with the 505

: (g i rou* ,financial and Industrial every day Interests are coon dogs Lawrence Wiggins and Norman weman from the Houston convent- and daughter Jane of Hampton ot such isle and advertieln; E. W. HATES, Ta* Collect

a loc* to put au, the nation watermelons, connection rods for 4-
: Wiggins motored WorthIngton ion say, and expressed this as her and MUs Teddie Andrew of
..Ute old coaUnenl under the worn cars, and the Chris- *.ICC
Inters3S"ill craps Spring Sunday. sentiment In the matter. Miami passed through here* Mon D.>*Tl.tloB I**. T. .. A. 0___
', s; Of American banking Jan urge. These are mixed In dUI Mr. Mr t .We ctn't vote with the ''tide day. I' Lot S of Blk. 1 Plnhurt '
and Rorai
John of jt
: the.. policies under Oof.'atth I 'erent proportion la different Individuals walk invited attend Development .--,-. J1 S 52 Vkuown _.-.. -_ 7.30
SClermontStreet of New York and let Tarn Everybody 1 I. to Lot. 10 if it of Blk. t Pine-

_ D > wttl be attenuated.? and not allxof them In paving, here many carry Us nefarious scheme the Sunday School every Sunday bunt Development ____.1 I 22 Uaknow ._ _

., '4gsia tt ayJ "It I 41QPe4tI1a\,f.rlN.grq.. Their Interest suf- completed. I to the White Rouse," she said4' three" o'clock at Lots I ot BUr.0.1, HC.hwayr1 C

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192r ",, N.s&s .t Florida in Short KKKMi: WATER KIHH to be found In the United State carillon of bens ever cast arrived Among thi.se attending tile Akron attorney and<< a to prominent attend I''t. :

Pmragraphi Trapping H warn further stated that Florid; fn Jackaonvllte Saturday from r.hurt'lI\ rvlc !* at Little Spring: family reunion. Thin I I. A r'i;'1;

'II I Rperts! from 1,667 trappers, ap. could undertake the production of England the gift to America. of Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. J.I time tutu family has thefirst. J",;

proximately one third of the number /nsh at this point en a scale here Edward Bolt, J Philadelphia philanthropist 3. Morgan\: anti son Clarenro. for 17 year and gotten together .. : ';p
Mr. )Dodder
) licensed during. /: the season of tofore never unaeriaken and at a. as a token of his appreciation Mr L 11. (Calnev Herald Ad- I>orta a very Joyous !I

i [Live State News 1927-28 Rhowed the following: cost that would be exceedingly to the country which. took kinK nnd Clmrloy Kelly were attending Mr. and Mrs J. II.occasion.Utwrence'It/I') /'u

number of pelts taken; I.ona rae- low. Two other hatcheries one In him In many years ago, a poor Immigrant ); to business In Starke and Mr and Mrs.' K A. Smith ''I \ '

i coons: :35.136 o'possum; 1 SII02 Duval county, one In Okaloosa. ( boy. Thursday last drove to ('..dar Keys: and | ..
: skunks; 787 mink: 111 little Fred J. Foster who for twenty The carillon will ba. placed In Mr. and Mrs. A. B Crosby and I Springs Thiimlay Tarpon I it"t '.

spotted skauks known to the years held I responsible 0oltion. the Mountain Lake sluglng; tower, ;. ou 1 Elmer: Glen are visiting friend Keystone: : HelKhts ftnturday-returning< -to. '/' I' ,
trade with the U. S' Boreau of Flsherlw. at Mountain Lake Pla. which "I. and relatives in "
f TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES as "civet rat; 1,771 grey( Jacksonville tfclif Mr. and 'Ire.' P. w Cadman and: ''i,' f .
:. fox; 51 red fox, ; 10 panthers: 19 Is superintendent of fisheries for : under construction now. week' :daughter Fronds were In OalnanvHI / .';/. !' \! ,'
rr black bear. The the slate deportment : So delicate are the bells!) foruti Miss Laura Newell
: member
value 1 of these furs a of I Friday
r -,-_-,___-- .-",""""'' ".".." _...___ The UH bunlnemi 'It I
.. ..._ law
:._---- .p -4* has greatly 'Increased due both to game enacted In 1927 leg thin carillon that It HHS UPCPK' I this Brookvr at honl faculty who Mr. and MrII. C. H. Clark and 1 '"
this winter will reducealhe seasons. bag limit snry to set a special rlggliiR haft. boon nick for : I' '
Seialnole county when their automobile side Increased demand and to the fact' on up on the pant two Mr; W. M Ogden drove to gtarke /
.."; have at least tu& acres of grape swiped with another 'on a local that under the taw of 1927 they game, other than deer and turkey. the steamshipVlldwood! which weeks In abh to be bark again to boMnenft! on Monday. 'I' '!f I"

r W ,lDyarU planted and growing a etreet. Her right arm was ampu may not be! taken during the. open from 300 to 200. The bal limit on brought them from England and start teaching( over. Mr. R. Lpland Blocs was 'it': ;l'/1 'I. '

,'N iirvey of the county made recently tated below tbe elbow after the season, November 2a to February deer Is S during any one day, I K>> for that reason their unloading There bin been church services Jseksoizyfllitnn Monday. 'J ). '

9. indicated. Ten acres of graperies bone was crushed In the accident lEth.the season when furs are at during any one season. Florida I was delayed several hours. her every nlcht. this week' and ; I fi..U. ;

\ are now growing near Long- No arrests were made. their )best. Trapping without gun was the first state In the union to The bells, 61 In number weigh wa enjoyed by all especially) the ('()\(ma.li'l'oT.\: j ,%:i JKKK\: t ';;' 'I

1 1l wood, south of Sanford and prep- C II or dog; is permitted In- a desirable fix a bag limit on wild turkey. 133,184 pounds, the tenor bell -VoilllirMr 'row.l.- .. --. A VISITOIl, IN 1.1\.10.4"1' ':t r'!'
Under the new law a da ',. aion 'weighing< 11 ton*. while the :: and _. I I:
l atallons are being made to set out S I S '.balance> between game birds and game > ; Mrs. Norman of Ral- /I 'I

,\ moro! than eighty additional acres Miami.-A few minutes after animals and their predatroy ene- bag limit on different species of smallest weighs onlylG pmimU. ford were visiting: their daughter, Congressman R, A Green "ipeftt, ',

:; between now and January 1st.Remodelling MM. Edith Woore !8. died In ailee game was reduced aa follows: Tampa with Increase Mrs. Arthur Edwards!. here last, Wednesday In Live Oak and wet,' I\"',
in
:: C C C' e hospital Thursday a G__ Refugee and Breeding. Ducks reduced from 25 to IS a an ; pontln week and was accompanied home the guest of Mayor C. It. Tt'ddf't't ,.{, .
from Injuries > >e receipts of H.78 per ('ento".r J I
of ta. Canal Point .received when she fell CirwendtUnder day. I by their daughter, Miss. Mattle while In the city He l stated that be ;' liiJ f'
'j or was August a year ago" led all .
mill of the Southern Sugar Company pushed from an automobile yester- the authorization nf the Quail reduced from 20 to IK a southern cities classed an IndiiRtrlal i Norman, who ban been teaching tell a keen "rsoaul Interest ,Inthone I"\ r.i (:

Is under way to Increase lieeapaeity day police arrested Fred Walsh) law of, 1&27< the slate has cloned' day.Wild last month, according from the Savan- 39 areas In different section of the geese reduced from 8 to plact during the recent flood and took)'' ; '
a crew on a charge of murder in con 5 tires Issued by the postornie" department / / :
nah Refining Company 'havingbeen nectlon with her death. state an breeding grounds. These a day. at Washington. Tampa's Mr. Mph flaxen spent last week\ (the opportunity to stop over and :. .
Brunt reduced from 8 to I S) a. nt Wuld, ) with friend If I there was assistance-that1' \ '
at work here for two weeks. S I C areas total '4.6&S sQuare miles In Increase In due most to the activityof \ and rela. any' .. (
'la Mrs. extent. Before hwatlng aad lonlng day. ..*.<_ he !could render. '' /i. ;' ''l
being
replaced Woore .
Equipment was found In the mail order cigar", IndustryInauguration lives.Mr. / 4
Woodcock reduced from 6 to 0. nnd Mrs. Ilogan Smith It was. at.. the request' of Judge .." '
and some additions are being made Wrateh's! apartment with fractured an area to bunting, the stale department e S S : and! 4 ; \
Several carloads of machinery skull. After police took a the- 'of game and fresh water Snipe reduced. from 25 to 15 a. of a parlor bunservice Children of Sumption City spent Green that the war department' i" '( \'i ,

wire received and unloaded this woman to a hospital she told offl fish secures the 'Interest. and cooperation -day.Coots from Jacksonville. to Tal-', Sunday afternoon her with her sent CoJ, Frailer here during ibe''|( t. \
reduced from 25 to 2ft a. sister, Mrs. L. L. flood crisis, to nee If there ,
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week says t the Canal Point News. C"efl that she jumped from his of the citizens of thesection lab.ltS" will be made effect I've Morgan wall! an ... .
day. Mr Raymond need' for tha government to tafct'lrllef "
automobile. aad of the county officials Crosby of Jacksonville
W. F. Vernor September 10th by the Soiibonnl
who
The ,matter Gallinule I reduced from 25 to 15 : I U, spending time mpustireH' for the flood suf'torcrs. ;' 41
is then' referred to come '
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The plant of the Leeaburg Pack- witnessed the accident, told police Air Line Railroad, thru Its ,nfflllut-! '
the Wild Life a da,. here with frloiuU and relatives... Judge (!rer>, expressed ..
state Conservation ,
in K Com parry, sold to E. H. Potor, that tile woman was pushed from organisation. the Motor Tritns- '. ,
Commission and the, ot Rail or marsh hen from 25 to Mr Alvin Wasdin of Graham gratification at finding that'. oip .
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has been purchased by Frank K.Steveas the motor car. governor portat(kin Co. 1\
"1
IB a day. ( Federal Law) was visiting here ditions'are not as bad an he antlcl-'
and Robert S. Franklin I S Sacksonville. the etate. The approval of both S S SContpleleeoverage Monday morn- \ '
,I must be secured before an area A day's bait limit on cat squirrel Ing. Paled and ntnled that his. peep.14 : ..1 1
and will be operated on an Independent Henry Carter, of the 1 road-
basis, handling citrus Maxville farmer doesn't use his raft b& cloned. With the roop was fixed at 15. dame was, given canting area east of' the Mississippi! Mr. and Mm. II. M. Galney were would always And him ready torender. ', \1'L: '1.

fruits for growers of marketing smokehouse to keep hams In, but eratlen of ,the citizens In those further protection under the law river 'Is assured for wntTP, the vlHltliiK); friends. and relatives In every possible services ln'1), "fi''

agencies. Instead had 200 gallons of moon- Beet Ions where these areas have of 1927. by the reduction Is the ,University of Florida's new I Plant City last Sunday any emergency.-Ltve Oak 'Demo. II'' :

S shine whiskey there according to )>een, closed good resnlts in the length< of the open season. The .power radio station. A IIUI.r-1 Mr. and Mrs. Ardetl Crosby and crat. ,I I I. '

Direct passenger and freight agents of Florida Prohibition Admlnlstrator conservation of wild life are being season on deer was reduced from Impromptu test. programs being I children spent Sunday and Monday Fvnxui'oU _. ., I; I
i shipping service between St. Petersburg W. T. obtained. 87 to 53 days. The season on doe broadcast thin week from midnightto here with fried. and relative.Mr. J..nlll..ollba", :
Day.
filed
who
bridge will l h. built here
% closed I Jack Murshburu > at cost 61| '
;, Tampa and Pensacolawill possession charges against Carter Fish Hatcheries was until November 20th 1 a. ni., have met with good\: | wa visiting more than U.'lI \ '
1932. The In Lake Butler i vttOO r[
season on wild turkeywas this wl' k-enel. ,
established this winter by after alleging to have seized that Florida has the most extensive ,reception.
the Rolf & Southern Steamship quanity of moonshine on his premise black bass fisheries in the United reduced from 87 to 7t days ........................ Mr. Hen Polk wan attending, ; to Oroveland --- $100.0112 I CO lit tal'f' I I
On squirrel from 87 to 72 days business In Waldo last Saturday. let for IS miles now state hlgbwajii j ; 1
Company, It present plans mater- The selsure was made States. The game and fish to be $
upon A closed Miss Selma Thomas ,, between here and Polk : .
connt/flne. '
of
woodcock Gainesville :
: ialize. affidavit! from a man who said that found In the fresh waters of the season on BROOK : I, r" ''
was declared. : .... : spent 111 In week-end here Or."n"lIWork\ progrMlnftion [|, :'1\\ ..
S S S I Carter had attacked him physically. state are coming each, year, to be Isle 0 tm r Cor. if. '

Bella which Edward Bok. Phil- more highly appreciated by both : Game ,Klllrtl .In .the ..102738Heason. :......................: I with friend and a relative, church construction here. of new Itaptlsl. '< ', ..

adelphia millionaire, will pi are In S S S I people of this state and of other Mr. and Mrs. L.. It. lalney and 4................... Madison --- Home. bridge ovei'I ItWltnlncoochee \1 l'i \ '

a singing tower at Mountain Lake, Some agents returning from a states as well. The fishing to be Records In the office of the State daughter Lois were visitors at : river between' thl t.. _

Fla, arrived Saturday. The bells session of state court at Moeclenny found! In the states more! than Game Commissioner show that Plant City last Sunday. I Keystone Heights city and Valdtmia completed andlL,1'1 I 't

are to, be taken by special train yesterday observed what they 30,000 lakes and numerous 62,281 sportsmen were licensed to Mrs. fl. W. Brannon and dum\;liter Ml*. ".... OK***, C... 'o opened to traffic. & .,1 f" ,
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over the Atlantic Coast Line railroad thought might be a road to a streams annually attract thousands hunt. But one fifth of this number ,, Pauline, returned home after I :......................: l'ofadIRln--N4Iw hardware ant >1J1>: 1'fI':

to Mountain .Lake. moonshine still leading off the of visitors to this state to I' reported to tbe game department a week's visit with her parents, 'I' Professor Walter St. Clair and furniture store opened In Lanleil* 1\\ t ,.!. 'y.

S S main highway according to J. CRay enjoy the sport that these waters the game taken. The. report from Mr. and. Mrs. II. P. Galney. | family of Rocky Mount, Va. (re- store building at Range", and Dad p I Ik! :

Production during the month of aide of Administrator Day. afford. this ross-ectlon! Florida sportsmen Mr, 1[. P. Galney;Ralford Ilran- .rently of 8t. Augustine Fla.) streets. If I' v It

August In the Second Florida Egg The agents followed the road until 'To maintain an abundant sup- show that 10,1C men bagged: non and Loyd Padgett were visitors arrived In tIllS town Saturday, Daytona lleach -- Pan.Amen1af1t'",' : ; tr -' .r

Laying contest at Chlpley/ stoodat they met a truck from whicha ply of flab to meet the demandof 295,139 quail,.170,105 doves, 118, to Jacksonville Friday last Sept 81 h. and Prof. St. Clair will banning<< Company may build vegei > I t !\f{, I

49 per cent official of the con- man jumped and ran. It was citizens and tourists the state 610 cat squirrels 47,631 ducks. Miss Verlle Thomas who has assume the duties of Principal of table tannery here '!' _It \ .

test announced. Each. hen gave an found to carry 2ft jugs containing' through the Depratment of Game 40,631 rabbits, ItS8G snIpe, 3- been upending some time In Jack- the I Keystone Heights!; public I Orlando!( --Plans making for.e." : ,T. ..

average of 15.1 eggs for the five gallons each of moonshine. and Fresh Water Fish Is erectIng Ills ducks, 4,928 marsh hens or van vlFle was accompanied home school. The resident of thin town I abllshment of citrus canning taC!" '

month, considered good when takIng Later, after bringing the truck to what will be the largest fish rails, 270 wild geese. Those licensed last 'Sunday by Mr. Richard extend the most cordial welcometo tory hero which will employ SiH.] : 4. 'R

"i Into- account the time of year Jacksonville, the agents returned hatchery in the United States to shoot deer. reported 1.011 Knight and Mr. Johnle. Prof, St. Clair and family con persona. lpi! > i' ?' .

aid rate of laying since arriving I and followed ,the road until they Thin hatcehry which will be in bucks killed. Since these reports 'Mr. Old Crawford of Lake Iutler sisting of Mrs. St. Clair. Walter.Jr Tallahassee -- Permits grant** ,| I "'?;.,

at the contest. found a 500 gallon still which they full operation early in 1929 Is were submitted by one-fifth of the spent Saturday night here with ., and Margaret, and wish him to Florida Kant: Count Railway an< I h "
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destroyed. located Iff the Winter Haven sect- men who went Into the Held during wife and children and was carried every success In his work here Atlantic Coast Line Railroad ll i jliulld

Plans for dockage facilities I I S Ion. Before final determining upon the past season It Is reasonable to home by his son Raiford. Mr. and Mm. S. If. Dodd fe- hrldgo and secure. right)' i

which Ft. Pierce proposes to pro- ST. PETERSnURG. FLA. his.location. Game Commissioner assume that the total kill for the Mr. Ilouswell Ward of Indlau turned Monday from a 0 week of-way over several I streams lnvt, '\'irlnlty : I/<

vide for the .une* Of roast guard; J.\ J. Mendenhall formerly of Royall requested the U. S. Bureau season would be represented1 relatlvea.THKHK visit In Akron, Ohio, where they of Lake Okvechobee, '' S.3LCOAJD II' ,' ,1 .
shrimping and other craft Clearwater serving life sentence of fisheries to Inspect and' report .
fishing a I figures five times as great Th'ere. '. ...- -- .-. 4p
have, been completed by City :Kngl at Raiford for the murder of Mrs. upon the location. It was declared were. .-__ men licensed to- hunt .

tier! W B. Crutcher, and are 'ex. Elliott and her daughter whose deer. Eleven hundred ,deer were yc1J;

pected to be taken over for con bodies he burned after the slaying reported killed. .

slderallorr by the city commission according to evidence developed at During the last two years restocking .
at Its Wednesday night session. his trial more than 10 years ago.. .NOTIC"tl OP APPLICATION FOR' the game department has /" *eI' I IetoM.
TAX: : rulES> '
.' I I Is- of 445 who have .
one prisoners released 4103 quail and 141 wild .e; '
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A Dab. hatchery for Winter Park made application for pardons to Notice .ta hteby srlven that L. O. turkeys. Most of the quail were 1' (
Is a new local enterprise sponsoredby :1 the state board which will begin Powell. hol.<1.r of Tax Certificate Nu.ret. Mexican bob whites. They breed : : k
th. 6 Mi dttr of Jurr. A. I>. 1925.. ? r
the Winter Park Chamber 01 sessions next Tuesday at Tallahas has tllrd nalil Certificate. In my office freely with the native birds.Tbe .. 'z 4-4! = : r=:_ :,
Commerce at a recent meeting see. and mad. application for Tax supply of birds that may be purchased :. : w ;;; 4- -.". i- i' g:1F :
.l..d to I....". thurenn In accordancewith _r / "
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The proposal la that one of the law. Said ctrtlflcata embracesh and brought< Into a state Is __ z 'l
mailer takes In the' city belied' Mendenhall's application for ,a followlnK rt..r'b.d property: limited. Increases, In the game supply _' 'd : -
.I lute. ,lit Ur. l(0rd County Florida l -,
as a hatchery to provide quanltlef pardon made several years ago to-wit: of the state In any considerable -

I of small fish for stocking the larger ; was denied. According to reports! All ftoutK ha.lt of S"'h..a' quarter measure must come through the
lakes. A committee of local from Ralford he has been one of Rant ol Railway equal 6 acre In conservation of the native seed. t'
A Han-
ectlon 93 Town.hlp Houlh.
sportsmen was appointed to> investigate the useful prisoners there, and 2' Runt, B acres. 1'h.. aMBeiMriient n( stock. -.5
recently played an Important role aki property under paId I certlllcat ,
<< the and reportat j
proposition Law Enforcement
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Issued wan In the name of B.'u the next meeting of ,the trade in constructing new prison build'Ings. County Rank Records In the office of the state
body Unless ..ni 1 according to law, 'lax deed game; commIssioner! show thai I !! .
I S S S
S C I S will l Issue thereon on the let day of front[ the date of the organization '1ITft t m

September the month for all PENSACOLA. negro who October, A. D. 1028 of the department July 1, 192S r
Dated this 28th day of AuguM. A.
the schools/ .aad" colleges: to open was shot and seriously woundedby tu. iets.' through June 30( 19 31, 1,277

: the time for the people to return an officer when he resisted" arrest O W.. AI.DBRMAN cased for violations of the game
(Seat) Clerk Circuit CoUPS, .
from thedr.vaeations.. the time for was later Identified as Job Brad ford County Florida. law were carried Into court, and 1I-' "4 r,,_
business to pfck up In all Florida I. Chldun, 23: who recently! escaped -Jl-St-l-ZS_. that convictions were secured In '

getting ready for the biggest win from a road gang: In Evergreen 1,138 of these. During these. years 44

ter season In the history of the .Ala., authorities said. At there was In effect a general name V'
the time of his escape records 1II>TICB OF ELSIeTIOVTo '
mate. I law and one hudnred and thirty 4 )
Marlanna,-.H. A. Hampton for r show that be was serving a flYe.I conflicting local lawa that served "

many year' chief of police of Ma- year tern In connection! with Ifee State the Sheriff of Florida'He of :Bradford County as so many amendments to tile Iaes I /'
I
rlanaaj was shot and killed Thurs killing of his 'seventeen year-old It known that T, IT. Clay Craw- general. Due to the conflslon arising :
I ford Secretary of Htatft of tha Htatet .
day afternoon as he was returning brother. from this situation maay j
Florida ii,, hereby rlve notice that I
from participation In a liquor raidIn S S I S a ORNKRAt RI-K. :TH>N will h" held "first <,trende",$" who had violated :
Chldun was shot outside a store In Bradford Count, State of Florida, I
miles I
Calhoun ignorance
county, twenty I nn Tuesday nest succeeding- flrntifonday the law through < were .;
from this city. Ills assailant tired when he resisted arrest after the In November, A. 1>. 191She Instructed as to Its provisions were 4P ? ji j- :

from ambush and authorities 'proprietress had called the police. ., N..v'jn..r.KUld'!!Tuesday. beIng tttti. Sixth day no further action taken In the a.ruLia

tonight had made no arrests In :Three shots were flred. one of For United Stales tlenator frnm matter. Under the law enacted In
connection with the tragedy. which took effect In his hip.JACKSONVILLE. the State of Florida for six :year- 1927 provisions are uniform
(rem March 4, 129.For .
S S I S I w w m w Klx' f8> Pr..ld.h..l. Elctorw. throughout the state and the number -
Miami Fla.-An ancient muaket Inauguration For Representative of the. HecondCongreunion of violations due to Ignorance,
*! rxmrfet. of the. state I
manufactured in 1860 flred Its last of a parlor bus service from of Florida In the $Seventy.np Conre have been greatly reduced.GAINESVILLE'S ; : '
i charger here Saturday and the shot Jacksonville te Tallahassee will be .. .* of th*. United I States. -
For Govcrsor of the State of Flor- sf'I
10 the Sea-
old made efectlve Sept. by
may cost the life of a 15-year NEWTHEATRE'OPENS I ,
Boy Scout. Billy Pierce, of Coral board Air Line railroad. throughits Ida.For Becretary of State of the State

Cables; was critically: injured affiliated organization, the Mo- of For Florida.Attorney General of the State tt4 'Jt# !i '

when a wad from the gun discharged tor Transportation Company S. ot Vlertda. : ?
accidentally, fractured his C. Llnderbeck. assistant general Florida.For Comptroller of the State of Under management of J. New- '_

kull. The old firearm waa one of passenger agent of tbe Seaboard For Treasurer ef the State of Flor- oSi:; Treece. one of the well-known
a company, annolunced tonight. Tbe I... of the state I, ,
collection exhibited at a Scout I For Superintendent. of Public Intrartlon theatre managers i
troop meeting .by Bill Perry, troop service wll be an extension of tile *f the State of Florlila'. Gainesville's new theatre, the ._ __ '"
mate of Pierce. Perry not konwlng bus JIBe which has been effectivete For Comml""lon,Florida.of Agriculture Florida, opened Its doors to tie : 1,11' ,
ut
of tb. State
the gaD waa loaded pulled the Live Oak luce May 1, last. Lln For Two jBttee. of His Htiprem University City's amusement worlds
trigger aa an answer to Plerce's derbeck said. Train service on the Court of the State of Florida. operated by tbe Publlx-Saenger-
Railroad Commleiilonersof
query regarding Its operation. Seaboard line to Tallahassee will For the Two tttat of Florl *. Sparks theatre chain erected aid
0 e S be maintained ender the usual For Htate Henater. for 15th Venaerlal equipped at a cost of a quarter
D4.itrlcI.ot the Htat of Flor-
St. Petesburg.-Three persons schedule. million dollars, and represents the -
were rajared here early Saturday S S I I Idll.Jo'or On. Memher e' th. house latest and pest which the motion LOOR PLAO FLOOB PLAO
Laaderdale. Ora Garrett i .epreaentatlvea of the Htate of If lor-
In Ft. has to offer. Not only "
an explosion which destroyed an I.... industry 'r:4"r:1
expensive yacht belonging to William. Jacks. 21. coast guardsman was for County Judge. has the very best projection. Vita- : ;' i! I

, C. Alexander,, Philadelphia shot and killed in the bunk house For.t Clerk Hherinf.V ef. t.... Clrcalt Court. phone and Monotone been protrld-I r''
tportssnan and resulted In oae of at Base No. S here Wednesday For f'oupty Assessor. of Tax.. ed. but no expense has been spared : IH !MITII CHARM ISf'RA'TIJL rectly with the cellar stairway It ground as h3wn in the attt tc''

the meet spectacular Urea ever when all automatic pistol in the For Tax Co. .ColUelvr.For .ty Mu*..rlnt.ndnt of In providing beauty and comfortfor TIIIH ENGLIShCOTTAG I la most convenient.The and o soft weathered color! "* .'
wen here. bands of two fellow guardsmen Public Inetructlon. patrons. Mr. Treece wit have H: combined living and dining schema should, be adopted. '

Tie yacht tied up to the dock in discharged: during a friendly scuffle. For Count Hurveyor personal management of the DeW I room Is a good feature In the White stucco of rough treW! '
County C mml lo*>*
Fire
the- municipal yacht basta oppositethe Jacks whose home Is In Chattanooga For For Three Member: of the f'oun- house and under hint a specially (It. C. Hunter and Bro. Architects mall house and with a. bullt-lii finish. "Clinker" brick, grey ttfc' (( '

Spa a pleasure resort. had Tenn, died. on the wayto t, Board of Public Jnetrnetlon. trained corps of ushers and attendants New York) breakfast alcove In the kitchen her and a roof of soft bleadl
.
For J*."". at the Peace In a 4
Just, reached port from a cruise a hospital. for th. loll.WiD.! Justice l>t*.rlc .. td attend the wants of tile the whole arrangement become tones of gray brown, and bla/"

arouad the aoatbcrn- tip of Florida. Constraets.nm.acola I -TF- .tiMo Kr CoMtakl*. 1. t. 1. In and for the fol- latrons. Wills the full rich flavor of the very livable. would
Eorovte trouble wa experienced t Bay bridge acAS jV:. .scola. Bay lowing Justice l>latrlct*. via l N*.. Many Stark. citizens attended old. cottage. of rural England this The two large< bed room on the Tbe house properly meai., '

with the electric light sy.tem. between Pensacola anuLuwn" Point I.J.t. 7.T..t monr Wbrof. I hav the showing of the feature, "Fesr lilt!* house provides a complete I second floor are well laid out and 27 feet I Inches across the froa. j.

S S S e on Santa Rosa peninsula will begin her.uato sat vnf. !hand and affixed Walls" with Vitapboue acconpal- modern American plan that unitesto hare good closet space.A so a forty foot lot will serve. 'il

Tampa-Riding In aD a.tenno- October 1st at a cost of more r., .8. Stale the Oreat of Florida 3.al at ef TslUkth the- 'meet during the first three days make an ideal home. It con- generous attic is provided and cost about ir.e.t. ..W" "

bile driven by her husband with than 12000000. The bridge Is ..... th. Cavltal. IhJ. of this week. The VI tap hone pro- tines la aa unusual degree the artistic a cellar extends under the entire Complete working plan _oj>

her arm ever the aide, cost Mrs. expected to .be- the forerenaer of A till it twntr'flfth. A. D. 1)29.day of gram l Included many world famous and the practical, and It I la house, the latter providing the specification ot tbls house main} .

W. n. Cocbrane. Wauchula Fla.. developments alone tbe upper li.cunt CLAY CRAWFORD. stars and tbe feature was playedby economical to build. pace for the laundry heater and obtained for a nominal sum fro, .

the member Friday. The Cochranes West Canal which wUl surpass any Bet retary of Htat*. the 107 piece Vitaphone orchestra. The garage extension lends aurh. the Building Editor. Refer:; J.lIou.e .
W. J. Epperson MherllT of Bradrd -
were enroute to Clearwater [previous development. Tit'. County l-ll-10t-tt-a. to tbe design since It connect dl- The home must let close to the A153. !"' :


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INSULTING TIID SOUTH torn all'men, white, black, brownor ence between the' temperatures of
.
4 yellow, must be accepted upon the bottled Jules and the surrounding -

tg : The Florldan, in common with terms of abeolute equality. Quaker watr. Cooling after pasteuri BURNEY'S

all loyal Democrats, objects to the speakers and poets, like John zatlon may be hastened by gradu-
r t : the bath by slowly
kind of literature the Republicansare Greenleaf Whittier, were the first ally cooling .
flooding the state with, thru and moat strenoua of American running In cold water.
some of their paid demagogugesand abolitionists, the Implacable foes The water Is then drawn from LAWTEY FLA.

others. Florida has recetved of human slavery. the pasteurizer and the bottles ,
The Quakers believe In equality placed In a room free from violent
bundles
many of rotten stuff, some
unsigned like the yellow' circularsthat without regard to race, color or drafts of cool air; or may, If desired 2 Reg. Size Extract
Phone 29 the Jasper News said was distrIbuted previous conditions so strongly be allowed to cool In the - 15C

._.. by the W. C. 'T U.. which It should be no surprise when pasteurlzezr. The latter practice
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The Florldan denied but !it seems Hoover broke up segregation in avoids the necessity of handling
i MRS. RALPH WENDT ENTERTAINS MRH. HARRELI MKIJTH: WITH that the News was" right. department' and ordered white the hot bottles. 115 oz. Sun Maid Raisins -10c2canno.2Corn
NEW RIVER ASSOCIATION! Bottled Juke. Tho fin-
One of the circulars now; being and black men and women to work storing
'. distributed Is sufficient tp, make side! by side. Tbat Is Quakerism: ished Juice should be held for at
EVeudt. president Mrs. W. L. state leant weeks at warm room
Mrs. Ralph Harrell Baptist Southern blood boll, and also pure and simple and should he four a -
25c
-
-
of Kirby-Smith Junior H Ig h young people's leader will be la should 'be disgusting "j6elf-re- become president there will be temperature to determine whether -

school Parent Teachers AssocUt- the New River association the 17, speclfng'negroea One of the para- more negrO appointees.to tbe federal It will remain clear and free from
te lAn entertained a number pf her 18 19th of this month ready to ,public service In the' south
graphs la as follows: One Maxwell House
RSI' ; #' frienda and past officers at a help any church) or JVl|_|' Bloi)0.ry, ; "Some:! students( of hlutory belIeve than has ever been known In the mold.Making Grape Juke for Home can Coffee 48c96lkSackFlour$3,9O

; t .pe the-day party at, her sum- Society where she ran and Is that' the southern white has history of the nation since negro L'se. A red Juice Is more satisfactorily -

taer home at Klngsley Lake Fri- needed. She will speak to the degenarted morally even' beyondthe emancipation.; -Murlanna Florid- made In the kitchen than awhile

day. young people of Lawtey Tues moral level of the negro.\>> This an. Juice. The grapes should not
+ Sewing was enjoyed and a bountiful day afternoon at 3.:30: aL the theory probably correct, and It . be too ripe but should still be

luncheon was served at 1 0'- Baptist church and will help thererfore semi that the only way' Mrs. 0: J F, HamrIck spent Monday rather tart when picked

(, + e' ock. Cards were enjoyed in, the organize some: of lie' Auxiliaries. of regeuratlng the white'. man of In Jacksonville.Mrs. Crush the grapes In a small: 10 Ibs. White Sugar .- 62c
+ afternoon. Thor.e present were the An all-day rally ofr young' the Boiith Is through its negro household size crusher: or merely -

i old and new officers and the five people, leaders of young people's brother and associate. We of \ Berry K.! Johns and Miss\ crush them with the hands Into

delegates to Sebrlng. organizations and any women who the North and West are doing our Audrey Lamb spent Monday aud an agateware,. tin, or aluminum 24Ibs.PILLSBURY
1 Those enjoying Mrs. Wendt'a are interested, will be held with best to help this good cause along Tuesday In Jacksonville kettle. Heatslowly with stirring to FLOUR$1.25$

hospitality were: the Starke Baptist church on Wednesday by educating the southern darkey 150 degrees )'.; a dairy thermometer -
I Mrs. F. W. Tralnham. Mrs. t. the nineteenth, beginningat useful for tenting the temperature -
Is
:, +4( In our colleges and bending: him Chickens wanted. We pay cash.
P. DeLoacb, Mrs. Josephine Dun- 10:00: o'clock. We urge all who! back for mlulonary duty. Our J. .Klckllter. Set aside/ for about two 241bs. Self-rising 1.10 0

lap Mrs. Barry Frleske. Mrs. W. can In New River association to salesmen are also doing their ,bent hours. Place in a small press. Al- ,

t,1 D. Leake, Mrs. John H. Hennles, attend this rally. Mrs. Harrell will with that end In view. Hooverfor low to drain into a jelly bag or

Mrs. George M. Edwards Mrs. 1. speak to the young people of Instance has pulled down the III a havy cloth In a pan and press 4 pounds B. R. RICE
it {l William Warwick, Mrs. 8. Preston Starke Wednesday night at the bars of segregation in bin depart- A the skins and pulp. 23c

Settke Mrs. Solon Klepper. Mrs. Baptist church at eight o'clock ment of the government, thereby CENT WORD Strain through a cloth or felt

W. J. Sherman and Mrs. Ralph Thin' will be a treat and we hope allowing greater contact between bag. Kill into clean scalded bot-

E. Wendt all who can will hear her. whites and blacks and giving the COLUMN tles. Cork bottles with corks that 3 cans No. 2 English Peas 25c

.
+ have been boiled five minutes In
Ik JUDGE AM MRS. ADKINS MI3H:! Ai'ELL.UR, '; negro the better opportunity to
X HOHT.iHH FOR RENT-Furnished apartment water. Tie the corks down with a
absorb the white man's civilization
JfiNTEKTAIX In town. J. F. Klckllter siting. Place the bottles horizon 2 Can No. 2 Lima Beans
1\I1s. Mabel Weller was hostess of the north and west to carry 25c
8-3-tf. false
bottom In wash
a
tally on a
home to his unfortunate
back more -
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Ad kins en Friday to (the Afternoon Bridge -
{i tertalned their bridge club Thursday club at her home on Klngsley white neighbor of the south.It FOR BALE-Poppy .seed, selected boiler or a large kettle. Kill the
z vessel with water and heat the
J 'i''i'a evening at their cottage on should be the duty pf northern double popplcu. !Mra.: J. C. Hoover 3Soap,3Powders25c
lake.The
water to 176 degrees JI'. for thirty
and western Americans and.Euro
-
' ; Kingsley lake, the'porch: of which porch, where the players Starke, Fla. 9-14-2t-
I decorated with floor baskets spent ,the afternoon, was bright- pean emigrants who have recently mlnuten. Remove bottles and seal:
was made the south their adopted. FOR H.I.IOUed: Hilda. Hull potatoes corks with melted paraffin. Crown I
4) ened with baskets 10pounds
,and ,wall vases of golden rod and and vanes of Spuds- -25c
'golden rod and golden glow. home to work for the uplift of the for eating and planting, finish bottles; crown caps and a
glow.
'golden v When scores were totalled Mrs. black man as the best and Mutest 2 cents per pound. U. W. Hlnson, small hand-.lJower capping machinemay
, Prizes were awarded to Mr. and .
0. L. Beasley was found to hold means of helping his white brethren Hampton. \ be utlcd.I .
MFB. E. M. Johns. Mrs, Johns received 2No.212GeorgiaPiePeach25cNo.2CaliforniaiPeaches
; I The strained Juice prepared as
In that section of the country.
high and was awarded a pair of
basket, and
a crystal flower Ilenler wants tunuiid
runner .
directed above be heated to
Herbert Hoover was born and may >
Mr, Johns a smoking/ stand. A embroidered pillow cases. Miss Missionary straw berry 1,1 l 1118.. 180 dgrees F. and poured into hot
reared a Quaker, an organization
:'fruit salad course was served late Janet Durden captured second State the niiiount you have to offer. 15c
'
I formed! In 1648 by George Fox, scalded Mason or glass top Jars. -
which
proved to be embroid-
an
+ ;fir ;ln the evening Address Ilox H2, Diiivmore, "'I a. Scalded rubbers and then ,
ered curd table cover. who was often Imprisoned for pub- taps are

Enjoying'. this affair were Mr. and the The hostess served u shrimp licly denying t that, the Scripturewas FOR SALK!- One good 'workmare put lu place the Jars sealed and Don't Overlook
now in town
members the foundation of the Divine turned upside down to cool. This our Market full
Mrs.%( C. A. Knight Mr. and Mrs. salad course at the end of the pro- one typewriter, one chain ; a
method is and effective.
truth. The Quakers were taught simple
gressions. hoist, one field fence stretcher.F. .
E. M. Johns, 1>11'. and Mrs. J. C. '
Members of the card club and race equality and Mr. Hoover can- E. Chase btarke. 914.2t Never heat grape Juice to tbe boilIng .
);Robinson. Mrs W. P. Randal of Line of Meats.
blamed his honest belief point.
not be in I
Tampa, was also invited to play. Miss Janet Durden of Tampa, en-
joyed Miss\ Welter's hospitality. In race equality because a man is FOR, RUNTFurulshed apartment ._._._.__n__._____
,JFWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB .. not responsible for his reason with modern conveniences. Also It I K TIt H
PA RliNT-T b'ACll Ell which la supreme In control of his 7 room house South Walnut St. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Alvarez, -
"
The Twentieth Century bridge ASSOCIATION MEETS mind Mrs. S. F. Hamrlck 9-14-lt Starke, 'Sept. llth girl. Convention nog. Special Music.Convention "
Closing Address "Ma\ king i
}' 14 club met with :Air. and Mrs. O. L. However Southern people- Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Prescott Mesuaga-"Crusadi
FOR RENT Your Mark; Mr. Fuller Warren. "
Furnished
M fteasley Thursday evening at their The Parent-Teacher AsabclaUon Democratic Southern people do apart- Highland. August 31st., girl.Mr. With Christ. Dr. Elliott, of Penney
with
bath In Sunday Eieiiing
jnent private Farms.zOfferlng .
will meet Wednesday after- relish his committee \ and
home on Walnut street.: not campaign Mrs. KIrby Crews :
Sirs II. H. 0:30: m.-Christian Endeavor
Golden glow and fern attractively noon at 4:00 o'clock; In the'School sending such' vl<5wa to the' South) .r? '* home. Young., Starke. September 2nd., boy. Hour led p. by Christian Endeavor; for State C. E. Work
: arranged formed tile decoration auditorium. At this meeting new The South konws the negro-It fl-14-lt} Mr. and Mrs.\ Claude Houser Vocal det.Consecration.
Society of Hawthorne, Fla.
4i for the living room where officers will be elected for the new lu* the negro's beut friend and FARM W A N.TED--A 11 types of Hampton September 4th.. girl. Kiunlay Night service" "The Ripsaw
year. A full attendance is such trash being In .Hoo- Mr.\ \ / Puzzle of Life, Jerry John
; the tables. were placed for, playing. request- as used farms now iu demand. Our way and_ Mrs. Ralfoid Manning\ 7:30: ':-Service In Song
r Mrs, N. Sternberg and J. W. ed. New members are solicited. ver's campaign ,will,; onljjniar 1 the .Is no sale no commission. Send Lawtey September 4th., girl. Prayer. son.
Come and join and keep'Ini touch peaceful relations betty en' the Mr.\ and Mrs. E. E. Starke Installation of officers.
.Andrews, Jr., winners of high were ( 'description.. F. B. O. Co., Box Lee Resolutions time and place
Convention
with your school and help it. races. (twins boy born 12 song-"Help. Me to
presented 'with a Jardiniere and 496, OIney HI. 9-14-lt p. m. August Committees. "
tie respectively. Mrs. O. M. Inman 'J.. Hoover's mother was a, Quaker- 31st.K and girl born 1 a. m. Sept- Find My Place.

held low and received an unique Farmers have molted out, from ass Inspirational! epeakcrl; acoouated I \VANTKIJ-Companion to share ember 1st.

flower'.container. Di. E. L. Biggs, domestic .to commercial, production ( one of tB.:'u>lnlBtifca: at ttifetufe I expenses! on motor trip to' Los An- I -7MNIINNINIIININIINtlNIHN/NaIIININIINNWNNINIINN111WIINIINNN., i / llntlllltlflll"'IIHIIIIIIMUIUIIIIIIIIIIIHHMII1111l11nHHIIj, "" / In.t,,, ,,
4,, a who also made low, was given a and subetet aerr n.tlpnfrbd1ucta ,; in her Iowa home area. She early I 8 1i'f. Leaving''abwut 'tI) pt:'<15thinCFprd ? ,.CARD QK: TILI.YKS, .' -.N'

pair of socks. but on p'r llts.= Dr. IT, tJ. Indoctrinated her son with the ,eedan. Address Box 61, method HAROLD C, WALLINSURANCE
Invited to be with( the members I Branson. principles of the Q uaker They be- Starte., Fla. 9-72t We take th of expressIng -
were Miss Janet Durden of Tampa Port Orange Work 'In progress -have that "God,made:of,one' blood our thanks to all who so kindly

n) Mrs. Beasley'a sister, and Miss\ grading and resurfacing Dun-. all the races of men, and there-- FOR SALE-Missionary strawber- assisted us In any way during tbe
: i Florence Matthews. lawton avenue. try plants;, brood ROWS with pigs recent illness of our daughter. Ed-
,, h'y --- CONTRACT' AWARDfcW ,Red Duro6 and 'Poland China. na. We especially thank Drs. Mid- STARKE FLORIDA

q 8t1NTINEL: POITlCAli SURVEY .AMWKWB BUILDING! (Wanted experienced strawberry dleton and Holland for their faitlv
3,00; Martin. 1,800; Okeechobee, grower, white or colored with ful service, and also her teachersand RepreaenU the Best Leading Insurance Companies

i ORLANDO Sept 11.--R portl 3,000 Orange 8,000; > Osceola ,Smith & Thompson have been 'family large enough to handle schoolmates who so kindly remembered FIRE, ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE. BOND LIABILITY
'
F 'received In The Sentinel netvspa 3,000; Palm Beach 7,006; Pasco awarded the contract for remodel- 4 'or 6 acres on shares. C. Letach"JStarke. her with their beautiful ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY

''1 I 'per poltcal survey from 30 >coun 3,000; Plnellas 7.500; Polk, 10- ling the.Andrews building on the : 8-31-H card shower.Mr. .

: ,t/ ltre"reaentlnllU,506 guberna 000; 'Putnam 2,500; Sarasota corner of Call and Walnut streets, J.. and Mrs. H. II. Lewis / _IIII""PIIIII"t1n'II1I"'IIII11II1'II1tIIII1"'t1''HllnIHM''I! "" / ',,''' 1II111111''HtlII"1I''' ",," 1I11111"1ft11nn'' ''m,,*""WEE*;
t' k 2,0'00; St. Johns :3,000 Sifwanee. ,. ..
:tonal votes In the June primary ; ., and work will start during the -------- --- RJHCORliWeather -
.:place the estimated vote in the No- 2,200; Washington 3000. coming week. The.J. W. White & FARl\1S; WKATHKH; .
vember general elections at 133,.- The gubernatorial vote In June Son stock of goods has been movedto I record for.week ending
1 ,000 and' Indicate that the editors ran: Alachua. 4,394; Bradford It- the 'Bishop building .f' tmerly September 111928' Southern For- BEST

+ d : who. replied to the Questionnaire 619} Broward, 4,122; .Dade\:20. occupied by the' Starke: Bakery.' est Experiment: Station Starke / GROCERIES AT !

'1 anticipate that 64.2 per cent of 111; Hamilton. 1,627; Hernandd, Corpening's drug store will oc- .\Ve will be in a position to branch.

g tit ., the registered,voters will vote for 1,713; Highland! 2,191; ,Htlls- cupy the corner location when the Date Max. Mln. Preclpl.

the'regular Democratic national borough 31,435k Holmes, ,3,662; work of remodelling'Is complete. handle 15 or 20 farms, ranging Sept. 4 80-71 1.72 LOWEST

I ticket. The total presidential vote Jackson 5,91"9; Lake. 4.244 ; The entire lower floor 'and 'the Sept. C 91 71 V33 PRICESI

4l In these counties for 1924 was 60,- Leon 2,977 Liberty. 832; Madison present location of the drug store from, 10 to.SO. 'acres,' priced Sept. 6 91 74 .85 I i iI' I

h t S8S divided. all follows. Day la. 35,. 1,752; ,Manatee, 4.155Iar.; steel be. Sept. 7 89 73' .80
will be revamped a
+ ( .991:' Coolldge 1.450\ ; f LaFollette. lon :f.820..lIIartlll'; 1.117; Okee Ing 'used to eliminate the2f beauia)+ nter. rfght.: These farms will be Sept. 8 87'73' ,10 I' For real fresh groceries, visit our store. :

.4947. chobee. 1.163; Orange, 7,652; Os- posts, and plate blaHs fronts placedin Sept. 9 85 -72 We carry only goods of proven merit in !
In, no county was It IndlcaJted ceola 2.347 Palm Beach, 6.555; both 'stores.f.AWTEY put; in our new catalogue, and Sept. 1086 68 .46
,
that the general election vote Pasco, 3,213; Plnellas. 8,318; .. .. Sept. 11 __ 71 __ our stock. Everything is at lowest prices I'I'I '

would' equal the gubernatorial Polk 10,476; Putnam. 3,026; ; SHUTS OUT: {you can include growing Total rainfall ______4.26 Inches in town,, quality considered.
Sarasota 2.867 St. I", . . . I ,
vote )>In the recent primary ; Johns 4,549; EAGLES THURSDAY Here are a few of our specialsFor i
CentralandSouth Florida 'Suwanee 3,474.V88hlllgton, 3.- farm .
though ; crpps or equipment it .
r editors. as a .whole place the total 216.The Lawtey made It two 'tf) three > Friday and Saturday ;

"' November ,vote very close to the registration over Central yesterday when they ehut' .out\the will= help sale Church Services I '
'primary figures. In North and and South Florida is Increasing 1 to 0 In five .. I, '
Gainesville Eagles a S. R. Flour 241b.I 1OS :
''w west ,Florida the percentage .of rapidly, and Indications point to an Inning affair which was .,ailed on . A + + 0B.IPTIMT ___-$
d ? registered voters who-will. participate unusually heavy vote in Novem- E.. A. STKOUT FARM
CHURCH
account of rain.
In the election Is placed at ber. Pinellaa papers report a large ; between
; Republican registration. This was the third! fray ;; AGENCY S. R. Flour 121b. .55Pillsbury's
91 ; a lOwfigure The regis- this In Rev. G., I Raymond ____i____ .
the two teams season
Ot the twenty-nine counties, trations in Hlllsborough are approximately -
} seventeen were place in the Democratic 35,000, In Dade, 26- the Brat game played with ,Luwtey. I '; G. .''I.11Iman. Agent Sunday School at 10 a.m., J. .

column and twelve In the 000 and. In Orange 12,000: to mention Happy Heckard shut otA the up F. Klckllter Supt. !
Worship at 1 j"a._ m. and 8 p. m. Best 24 Ib. -.- $1.23
Republican for Hoover or else representative reports from : state team 8 to 0, but in a battle Starke, Fla.
rT q ? doubtful In the majority of cases Central \and South Florida coun- staged several Weeks ago at Jo'all'Grou.nds L; B. Y. P. U. at 7 p. m.Theima [ ,
Silcox, leader Junior McDonald
doubtful. Of the twelve counties ties. park the vlsit&ra !wept ,
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t i two were In Went Florida and ten Five counties reported Republican home with a 3 to 2 Victory. *,: HINTS TO IIOIHIUVIVEHJr president.MlU-week I Pillsbu y's Best 12 lb. -,'.- .- .64

q ''.Central: and Soutb Florida. Of county tickets. They are Palm Watson was on the "m und for service Wednesday 8 I

the 'teD ''two returned a Republl- Beach Plnellas Lake. llroward the locals yesterday and Sa.ve; UP ,AVeekly from Home Demonstration P. Special m. missionary service. I I
ciu majority iu 1924 and In a and Polk. 'I Specialists'Tallahassee i SALT BACON lb. .19
three hits. Potter hurled.for tbe ,_ _
third the vote was very close. The main, Items of The Sentinel! J1F;'rL10UibT CHURCH .
Invincible I .
boats and was except
The two outstanding issues reported questionnaire follow: I' X -
I are prohibition and religIon 1. Name of county. tor a freak single by KerrGaln*: : .i GRAPE JUICE.Pasteurizing / 1III04'h: Marvin Rooks Pastor .25

;. religion being given aa a main 2. 1924 (otal* vote In Novem- esvllle Sun. jhUR. -. : __ Mottled Juice. The Sunday School.vnday: morningat I CestB.R.Rice4lbs. ..:-:- __
issue from 27 counties, prohibition ber.> bottled Juice must be at
.tJ sterilized 10:00: o'clock E..K.: Perryman I I '- "
g from 25 couttes, and both Issues (a) Vote for Coolidge. (b) POTTER. PASSES ON once by heat'to prevent spoiling.A Superintendent. ;

from 21 cantles; while tour counties I Vote for Davi3. .' ---:-. } J. temperature of 165 to ITS degrees Worship at 11QO: a. in. and ..I I'-Tomatoes No. 2 cans 3for-.2l; ,
that 'not : 3. Estimated Dr. E. F. Potter of MStuchen, ,
J do mention prohibItiOn November 1928 F for thirty minutes in the 8:00: p. m. ''I I .
specify religion.; And one county : vote N. J., died at hlahonie Wednesday.August bottles!, is necessary) to insure\ complete Epworth"League'Sunday even-

specifies 'prohibition without 4. In your opinion what pare 'Ut t. following at v>n. rat- sterilization of juice whichIs Ing at 7:15 o'clock r IRISH POTATOES lOlbs.: .25I

,reference to religion ntage of your registered voter Ion at Muhljcnburg Hoapltal;PJalh- wot carbonated. The bottles are Mid-week devotion' Wednesdayat __.
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The negro problem or white supremacy will vote for the regular' Demo- field 'U has been learned' by )bis. placed In a horizontal position on 8:00: o'clock f ,", I ;

is regarded as an Issue in atic national ticket friends In Starke. A heart Attack the,false bottom of the sterilizerIn .. .' 1 t

iI ''sfz: counties. the jajriff la six counties 5. What ln, your candid opinion followed JhOy.operation and proved ,,ordsr tnat.tha jult:"4Iba'' en !I'RKSBVTERIAKf; ,'CHURCH, i; Mothers Oats with ,Chim q} iJ-__33

international delations In regardJna:'the vote In your county fatal atttr It had, ben! tb.oug.ht; he' contact with the cap and thus I II
i :'three counties, Tammany In three his November as regards the might pull (through.,! A brotlierulaw maftei certain that t.hejnner cork Rev George II. Lowry Minister, I I II"

'counties, economy Jn two counties natlnoul ticket of the deceased, K. C. Tappen, disk oC< the cap reach**'the uteri' 10 a. m. Sunday,'School. I Linia Beans No. 2can __ _'__ __.10
,and 'Immigration la on. county 6. In yon opinion, what Is the' advised Mrs. J. L. Kimball just lising temperature of. the iulce, K. 11 a. m. Morning worship 'sermon .

The composite .lItl A.ted November real Issue In your county recently his death. the/bottle is In an upright posit' by Dr. Lowry '.'Sol lerll of tbe

vote for the thirty 'counties (a) Prohibition.- (b) Tariff Dr. and Mrs. potter vpettt several Ion the air spare lu tile top of the'botit Cross." i. Rosebud Matches 25 '

I la as follow: Alachua,." 3,51X0( (c) Religion/ (d) Negro problem, ..' months lu Starke ,last winter acts as an Insulator and prevents 8p.. m. Closing exercises of 3pkgs. _-:__ :

Bradford, 1,200; Brownrd., 6.500: ; (e) Farm Relief ((0) International with", Mr.:: and Mrs. B. :'C. Tap, pen, the cap being throughly Christian Endeavor Convention.The ,.

d, CAlhoun, I'.BOO: ; Dade: JSO.flfcO; ; lelatlona. And-g( ) Economy on. and through his work at thfePfeabyterlaii heated.' The battle are covered University District ConTention I 'I
Hamilton t.NMr? 'Hdrna'ndo; l.. Tn' Reduction church won''many'f'rl ienMla: with. water and the water hated of Christian Endeavor will be ; OVERSTREET'S GROCERY I

11 'COO" : Highland.. 1,600 I ; 1111111>01'- 7. Has your county a Rtfpnbllnn bore who will regret to learn of hy :stniim or direct: 'heat to betwcotr In session: In this church Saturday 1

9 'ough 20,600; Holmes J.80O; ticket, for Bounty oOlrernT his death M. and Mrs. Tappen, 170'and! t 173 degrees K1. and and Sunday beginning Saturday i 1 .

Jackeoii. 3,000; Lake, 4,000; 8. la your paper (a)' Democratic who have been spending I the summer kep'Cat' this temperature 30 mlnnt -, i I at 10.. m. and closing Sunday !i Starke Florida i

''Leon, 'J.OOOt Liberty, 700: MadlManalee..OOOr'Marlon- (b) Republican, .or (c) In- In New Jersey, will return to : Tents have shown that there night All meetings; open to ,

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A, W. Andersonand was here Tuesday conferring with creta, KIDIrSleY-I. -- I l' i
.t' three children have returned< Miss Carrie Uglow, local president touch. They taint everything they week-end at .. with T. N. Llmbaugh, Jr., spent' Sat- I-1 i' ,:,'; if '
torn Archer where they rlslte FLY-TOX kills flies. It is !Miss Myrtle Strickland In Jacksonville. :!, ,
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Bits of his paent safe stainless, fragrant, sure. Simple Mrs. K, DIckersoR. of Burwell Misses Delma '
Mr. '
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and Mrs C. V. be held here Sept. 15th aDd and Grace 'II,;'v '
Anderson 16th. Instruction on each bottle who has boon vtaltlng Mr. and Mm. Wood spent Saturday In Jackson- .' !" "'' 'j'.t'j'.turday .
blue ,
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label) for killing ALL Enoch Grflftls returned to her ville. l ,

Friends will be glad to know Among those of the Starke chapter household TOX .FLY-TOX Insects.is INSIST the scientific ou FLY- home Thiimday.and The home of Mrs. n. L, Dlaneh'I I 4f\r, \ \,i ;Nt:\'1
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J.Dcall'.Ie: that Mis. LL. VV. Moore is home of O. E. S. attending the meeting Insecticide : Mrs. W E. Woolen ard was totally destroyed by Are : : 'Xt-.I,
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11 !/ from. Jacksonville, where sue ha at Lake Butler when the grand Institute! of Industrial Research Mellon by In sppntVedlle..day. and Thursday Tuesday nIght at eleven o'clock, fF I Ij I! ;' ,:. ,
Jacksonville
been a patient In Riverside hos- with relatives when u curtain caught from ,'
matron, Miss Verna Dullard, made Rex a j ,
)1C Our pltal. Fellowship FLY-TOX. brings Mr, Enoch: Grime spent Thursday lamp left burning near by. Just "f{ :,
Concerning People Buttnett and her official visit were: MUs Madge health comfort and cleanliness a "I :' J
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of th. County and Town. --.. Mtddleton, Mrs. W. Hart Sheriffs Adv. Burwell. few things were saved. The fire "J {'
Progress Paris Green and Black Lea and Mrs.W. J. Epperson. Alfonso Grim spent' Saturday had gained considerable headway !' l')' .'
)c \ "40." Klckliter's. N..NNNN. in Jacksonville. when Mrs. Blanchard awoke. .' I <"
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.. swnualKs' 'ossspev. nsbn alal/Iplap -, .. Misses Hazel and Madge Middle i :, : : 'J
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"_! I sl Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Wllso ton and Ben Sternbcrg accompanIed '
ic sate at Klnckllter'8. Mrs Mr and 1111's. J. T. Quigley and have returned to their home In Sam Sternberg and Gerald : L..a.. N...... Cor, i I I -I !

\II'! Claire Quigley mother of Cocoa after ependlug several Middleton to Gainesville Tuesday rN.................... ,,
r'Jeck Rr16q Jacksonville Quigley, spent Weduellday In weeks at the L. A. Davis cottage, where they enrolled for the com- Our school Is progressing nicely. _

!lc 1i'Jau\l.sonvllle.1 :' \ Kingsley lake. Ida.lug term at the University of Flor werrns The honor follows roll: Seventh pupils for grade July; : BE ONE OF US : ",4., "'

., Kendirck ot Starke was u Mrs J, w. Fraltek and little Mrs. L. O. Dyal and baby Mar Lillian Kelly: Sixth !trade Melvin I I ,a' iij:
|luau fMtor hire Saturday ,daughter Guilds of New Smyrna, Ion Lee, of Gainesville, spent last !Mrn. Epperson of Starke was Crosby; Fifth grade, Audrey i ,b ? 1 r
0 ww Pilouler were week-tIIIL! guests ot Mr-: and week here with her ulster, Miss In the city yesterday visiting her McRae. ,\ t +j y W
Itte 'udolp8 who has Mrs. A, S. Crews. Thelma Albertson, at the home ot daughter, Mrs. Dale VanSickle, For August, Eighth grade, Fred When become
you a depositor of this bank .
Sick la Improving some Mrs. Emma Carlton.
tery She was accompanied by Mrs HalKlop Randolph Crosby: .Seven. I' f
!c Robert and Truby CirlUla of Glen Davie and Mr. and Mrs. Tatum th grade Lillian Kelly; Sixth you do not lose your personal identity and i
ra D B l). Johns spent Tuesday St. Mary spent Sunday here the I have added a Hoffman Steam i of Starke who were shopping. grade, Melvin Crosby, II. R. Kel-
int's1"8' w'J-h' her husband- guest of their parents, Mr. and Pieus to my tailoring equipment. Gainesville News. ly and Gladys Underhill represent merely a pass book number or a I

5C 5 Mrs John Grlffhj. In order to give my customers the The members of the Corinth page in a ledger.
r, BU of Starke v)s a, l>ro- best of service III, Levlton. tf Mr. R. L. McDowell of Jack church are remodeling the church i
5o iosal visitor to Evergreen. Sat- Miss Janet Durden who has sonvllle spent Sunday here and preparatory to the week's meeting : We make it a point to know our customers
q been visiting: her sister.: Mrs. O. Mrs. L. McDowell and daughter, was accompanied home by !Mrs which begins Sunday night Sept : ;,
5c 9 _I '. L. Beasley, has returned to her Miss Latrelle, Miss Mary Green McDowell and ,three '(//un", who 16. personally. Our service is not a cut and r'1''

0C K E, hosier and Leslie McClell- home In Tampa. and Mr. Lehland Turner of Jacksonville have been upending the week with We are very glad to welcome dried formula, applied to everyone alike. j'5"
|ffe visitors to Starke Friday Sunday were guests of Mr. her parents and slater, Mr and Ed mi Lewis back -to our school ; ti
0C c rnoen Mrs. P. ,B. Butler of Waldo, Is and Mrs John Uglow. Mrs. John Ugfow and Mlas Carrie after an absence of two weeks on Different problems require different treatment '.
i here on a two week's visit with her Uglow. account: of Illness.
,C. M Inn an and son Georger son and daughter-la-law, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis have Mr. J. E. Norman and family ,I and we-pride ourselves upon this individual ;
(tinned from. a ten day tripelersllurg Mrs. J. Shannon Butler. returned from a month's visit In Andrews Store, corner Ninth were visitors to Lake Butler Sun handling of each case based
C Va.; Asheville, N. C., and with Mr and and Walnut, opens Saturday witha day. upon .
H. J. Davis Is spending this: Mrs. N. Perrymau at their summer full stock of general merchaudlse. Mre. J, E. Norman on the sick an intimate knowledge of the customer's : '
la\e'e\ attorney II, V. Knight week of his two week's vacation home near Atlanta. shoes, dress goods, school list this week. i needs. '
1J 1 1 business visitor to (JaliiesL I with his granmothe, Mrs. B. P. supplies, groceries. You are invited Mr. and Mrs. K, C. Lewis end I 1{t lr r

Tuesday Smith ut Daytona Beach Mrs. C. A. Pringle and children, to visit our store and look children*have returned from Fort : Perhaps this is your idea, too, of what real S n;
I Miss Luclle Forsyth, spent Sunday over our stock of goods. We buy Meyers.
t Sir.Bali Crrtwford, and son, Cecil Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee with Mrs. Prlngle's daughters, chickens and eggs. W. }i. Andrews, I bank<: service should 1)(.'. Come and be one
I Charlie Casklns spent the and children have moved In from Mesdames Lee and Saunders1, near Jr. ........................ I of us. is I'' {

k lId lu SU.George.Lulou : Klngsley lake, where they have ; the Penny Farms. 5 L AWT BY :
I been spending<< several weeks. Mrs. C.V Walker Gild sons,
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sale of' farm animals, Sheriff and: !Mrs M, M, McGee Bill and John, who have spent Mr. B. Id. amrmtr C.rMOHilamus : i {We Invite rmrlmkiIlO liuaincsa : f't '

Ik toulus, nadcllojipraoa at Olus Mr. J. 11. Lawrence of Keystone and children, Misses Florence, most of the 'summer with her N.NN.....N..awNa_.N-_ it 4l::;
[Sept. ,19t1t( ,"Morals, Wlggluu.lrs Height!, visited the office of the Jlaia"Lettle and Marie, who have parents Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby, R, It. Thede and J. I Every possible consideration shown : i k
Bradford County Telegraph Tues- been guests of Miss Hannah Swln loft Tuessday for tl1elr''ormer K. Carrodluo\ spent Thursday In I ourpatrons Ir, l j. u ,
Wuiia W. Praetorlous of ,day. dell, have returned to their home home In, Bethlehem, Pa., where Jacksonville.
|oirl Ii,the( guest of her grand in Stuart. they will visit for a few' days before Miss Florrle Terry made a business j,
her. Mrs.' Laura I. Powell" :I Mr. Mrs C. Robinson and joining Captain Chalker In. trlpto Jacksonville Thursday .

Miss Floreu'o Matthews spent Wilbur Mashburn of Marianna, NeW York. Mesdames C. Y. Mays and W. I ) 'BANK OF STARKEA ,
the Lii'lle MiUbell' IcftJSundayLakeUhd Monday In Hastings and St. Aug- who has been visiting his grandparents It. Edwards motored up to Jacksonville I
\ ( where sll'e'wIU enroll' iBtluo attending the meetingjf Mr. and Mis. G. W. Alderman Misses: Hazel Middleton Isabel Thursday and spent the ,
in In Southern ccfllega..* the State PaKAUraphcrs.. has returned to his home'be- Fernandez and Anetta Williamsleft day.Mr. ,
fore entering the medical department Wednesday for the Florida and Mrs. Bill Muudr of i ROLL OF HONOR RANK :
tadames I). K. Knight and II. Miss May M. PatcUett, of Miami of Emory University. State College for Women where Starke KnIght spent Wednesday. In Kla., reports today to take a P"IItlon they will enroll In their respective Thursday. I
kNinvlllc.ilra. I as stenographer at the For- Miss Free Wynn of Hampton classes for the coming jcar. Thy? MIHH\ Annie Wiggins of Jack. ; E. S.'Matthews, Pros. K. J. Davis, CashierCalifornia r'k f
jst Experiment Station. accompanied by her aunt and uncle young ladles were motored tti sonvllle waa visiting her grand
Charles Moltt of Lucooche, I Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Alexanderof Baldwin by Mrs. Middleton and mother, Mrs. Lowery, last week. ,
dec. he'guest' of her'/etsters, Mrs. F. Comer and Allan Long have Jacksonville, has gone to Ash- Miss Madge", Mlddleton. Miss Pearl Griffis spent the I I iii t P
Johns and Mrs. W. H. Green. gone to llopklusvllle and Petersburg vllle, N C. for a visit of two or
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lr, N Sternberg and family hey will find employment. i daughter lola, of Pompano, spent .". ---n--- .
led lu town Tuesday from their Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Weiidt and the first part of the week here as - -

IIU..- imer 'cottage on KiUgsley! lake Mrs. L. S. llutlo and two' sous children and Mr. and Mrs. William guests ''of Mr and Mrs. J.. 11,
Oliver and Tlllmuu and little Brown and little daughter Hitch. Miss Walton left from here '
illlend the auction sale of stock laughter Junanlta returned S&tOrangeburg ..utile. of Jacksonville have been Wednesday with Misses: Hazel Mid- California i
' 'Jlustee next Wednesday, Sept. and Charleston, S C. spending the week at the Hoblu dleton, Isabel Fernandez and All- ;
0 Muirla {Wiggins; son cottage on Klugsley Lake. netta Williams, to enter Florida e t
Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Mosely State College for Women.
Irs i D, A. Montleth and son.phUhodea. :and children, of the state farm, Miss Myrtlce and Myrwln Jackson .I I Fan Tomatoes t
ii'I ; have'returned from were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. of llaronton.Ga.,.arrived Wednesday -i Files are dangerous. They are Grapes .
: I' hart visit to Tallahassee", ., 0. A.-,Pringl& .aunday ol'ternoon.Mrs. to prepare!! for the term of also the fllthkrat .m e.t- ,known ...
school beginning Monday. The They deposit germs In three ways t
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!I |Mrs. T N. Limbaugh of Lake- l Clara Albertson returned I; Misses Jackson will teach again lu ; By contact, vomit spots and ear I lOc lb. 3 Ibs. 25c
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y I d, spent the latter part of the Sunday from Taylorsvllle, N. C., the High school department of the
:,, |fk with Mrs. .K. A. Scott where she spent the summer with Starke school.
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" relatives. FISH WATCH IIWAIUI.NO; A
Ilr,and Mrs. n. 8. RosIer and
W P. Randall of Tampa spent
II 'i'iKbers{ Louise and Clarice, Prospects in Duval. County Indicate the ,//week-end at Magnolia Lodge, ..First nr ti \I man v hi" knows The Grocery store of Real valu?8. A full line of High a'ade.frocer, ;1' ; h ; yCs
; [Sunday with Mrs, J. S. Sapp, one of the heaviest cropsof KlngHley Lake, with his wife, Mrs hum. I r'
pecans In many years,according Randall who has been visiting her tools to do at towsl'tn-totvn iprlccs. Just try us once! ,,
;{ fr. and Mrs. S. T. Dill and chld-) to' W. L. Watson, county agent. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvu: Horoiid the jrwelt-r's ;
, ) art! spending two weeks at the rez. It with

ek's cottage'on Lake Klngsley.I'ul. : There will be a cemetery working __llilril, the liiaU'rlals or., know : FRIDAY and SATURDAY .
-' at Bulah cemetery In Clay Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Blakely and ledge of how lu make them. ((1
Knight ,
D. E. JudgeZ. county on September 30th. Every Boll Billy who have been spending '
[ Adkins motored to Tallahaas one Interested Is asked to be present u week here with Mrs. Blakely's You may depend| l on all (limn In
s Tuesday'on professional\ busl- on that day. )parents, Mr. and Mrs. W W. Bais HLurkr, Including engraving and Potatoes LargeFa"ncy Firm Ibs.23c 4
a l 1" fc, : I den, have returned to their home optical ifiuUrlnff. I, mxtbi.lly. ask ,
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The O. K. S. will hold a meeting In Jacksonville. -- M
prsv, J, Epperson,and ,Mrs.H Monday night,eight o'clock at the railroad men for their watch work 24-lbs 59c '' ?
| Marks were guests Tuesday Masonic Hall. All members are Mrs J. H. Fields and little dau I have good inserts always ou Flour, self-rising, $1.08 121bs. -

I Dale Van Slckte In CJalnesK urged to be present and visitorsare ghter, Hazel Irene, have accom hand. I have been railroad watch ,
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lOnfon and daughter Pauline, who have l.ow. Peanut Butter Red Robin 1 pound can ,- 28c ,5i
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sets at Klckllter's.!,, Miss Vera Claire Robinson,who been visiting In Starke to their x
baa been visiting her aunt and home la New Smyrna.Mr. .
tic and. Mrs.C. A., Prlogle!\ 1frll.ggle uncle, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Shank
KorsytU and n. 8. Hosier Jacksonville, returned to her and Mrs. J. P. Robinson ru- Wm. J. ILIFFE ,Lettuce Large Fancy Heads 2 for -,- - 25c.SWEETPOTATOES ,
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fra visitors to Starke Sunday at- home Wednesday. turned Wednesday,.after spending r
Watch. MakerStarke
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noun two weeks In Georgia and North Expert|

Mr. K.!: M. nooks and family Carolina. They were accompaniedto Flu. IbsT
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Mrs Raymond Ocala, bave; returned from a three week's Starke by Mrs. W. ,I'. Robinson. - - -
''pped In stafke" 'A short time motor trip which Includede visits of Jacksonville. Next; dour to Steam Pressing Club .. ,
JHncmday while enroute to Jack.nvhhle lu towns of WWest Florida and -- -"- - -------- -

Alabama. Mi', and Mrs. J. C.: Robinson; 25c
1- Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Jones.. and Mr JC.UI TR\TIX ROOKS OI'KN: THREE MINUTE OATS 3 PACKAGES .
\tire, J. j. Robinson Is spending State's attorney and Mrs. }I. V. and Mrs. C. A. Knight were guestsof I '
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| ksoovllle.1trs sister Mrs.. C." -D. Shank'. In Lakeland as guests of his uncle the privatete showing of Tenderloin county will be open lu the voting CHARMER COFFEEE 1 Pound CAN - 31c ;
and aunt' ,Mr. and Mrs. Charles on Saturday evening. precincts of the county from Sept
Larsen 3rd to Oct. 14th for the purpose
Maggie Forsy and son, Wesley Sterns, who has just returned of registering electors la the No
gene, were the guests of her sls- DeWItt C. Jones of Starke from. an extensive trip In vembe election. The following deputy Wt OLA OLEOMARGARINE 1 lb. Package'-25c: !! '
[ Mrs. J, M. Hosier at Wood- will move his family 'to Gainesville New Jersey, arrived here Saturday; registration officers will serve ;, ,
II Sunday Fruitland Park accompanied i ____ t// "
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the early part of this month. In the districts named: -
Tour ;; t-e: :;; Mr. 'Jones will personally super- by his mother, Mrs. Charles Sterns erta. No. Can 20c 'I;'
f'1' work npport farm vice his Undertaking establish and his brother Pete. No. 1, Lawtey-Oeo. W. lob- PEACHES ,Del Monte 2
animals,
saddle horses,
ment, formerly ,operated! as the No. Z. Stark north-Itay New.
|0lustee Wednesday, Sept. 19th. Home.-Gainesville Johnson,Field Secretaryof _
Funeral
Jones som.
'rrls Wiggins!! - Sun. l ____' the State Christian Endeavor-, gan.)so.3. Starke south-J. W. More GRAPE JUICE'WELCH'S Pint Bottles - 29c &' j

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.. ,. 't' OIDOAP No.6, Thereaua -Mrs. J, N., MARSHMALLOWS Campfire Per Package 9c
V/AMT "TO FIND AYTABOY./ Dickerson. ,
OUT $OM1THI"'G ASOU"'r D06G16LETT, No. 7, New River-M. U Johns., -' ----'

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Get acquainted. Here's the drug store with a Corpenmg

splendid stock of help ful merchandise. House"The Service Store" Where SGtisf action Is A Certainty 4
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TUB DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES TV" "4' T')'""" 1 Sunday. to be one mature animal per acre. these $nn-lavnlr SOUl
and ,
... 1 1 Ml.. Ada JOIII...... fur. *. urday Mr. and! Mrs. 1*, n. Hunt spent One animal on an acre ot such pasturage the U. S. DWvm, a"ure""f'
: Farmers & Farming ex with Mr. Hunt's : will make continuous gains lire, says M, '

Senlemlwr 8, 1928.-Since there .....-...-..-.. >..-..-.-.-.-.. >.. daiiKbter.the wet>k-eiul Mr \, C. P. Banner., !' I through nine month* of the year in .searching through, /! qr..n:,'ltpe

4'a, i Is some dlwiiHslon an ta> my position Misses May and Marion Jones Mrs. II. A. Delk has recently i the Southeast and will find Home 1

((13p Acrk"'tura'' Editor) on the mitlnal campaign, as. : have returned to their homo /aftera returned to her home here, after a 1 grazing on the pasture during the I s/sa'SiTs1/\

"4 e.- __ .. --__.__s___ __ __. "x! Democratic nominee for GovernorI alht-sielng,; trip to Seattle, San- visit WnycroBs./ Georgia. remaining months, lie claims. pastue plants ,Ilia// wlh""
I want to make that position (')ellr. Franclnco Portland and Joints In Mrs. \\'. B. Alexander and This, he points out. U I in striking out In the Soutl

Farmers and Truckers: Are Invited to Contribute Articles 1 recognize" ours us a party government Canada. daughter, Wilma Mrs. M. L. May- contrasts with the results ob- The State LIN fleck .

of Farm Experiences! and Methods Found ; I am a life long Democrat. Mrs L. J. Wynn and niece, Miss nard and sou. \V. H. Jones were tained from grazing on forest Board points OUI ,he la
faithful to the principles. of Jefferson Cove Springs!; last grasses of the section. Experiments among those
5 Green pamur
Mary Lee Wynn who have been visiting In plan,
To Be Best Suited to Our CountryMMMMilMM and Jackson; have twice extending!' over a period often ed. Bermuda Daln8
visiting friends and relative in Sunday.
been honored by the party, am Its years he declares, have shown es and leupezda 'rarpp
have a& '
South Carolina and Georgia, \ '
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----- -- --- -- -- -- --- regular nominee and stand true the rarrrytng capacity pastures the vetches hLadaptalblltytlFIord
-- ._ returned to their borne and reporta have
\S iMMIi.::IIMI"Mi'Mliaf"lf: ?!! I
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state and natlnoal. : of forest grasses to be an averageof
k to the party, pleasant trip. .(''IT\ KI.KOTIOX TCKSHAY: |
,. "HPKCHUSTM: CJIVI3Hl'CJfiKNTIONtf head to ten and that
s I endorse the national platform. one acres matlc conditions A
Over Lands H. J. Cribbs uf Clearwater FU., demon
Cut FOIL "'rom'lIome of I the announced views Mrs. small vote was cast In I an area of ten acres In such grasses In a small Way
is the guest of his daughter, Only a says the
Be Lower Till) F.lMj U\nna..v: of the'Presidential\ nominee I vigorously :- H. n. Johns.} the city election Tuesday! little Interest will not carry a cow with calf ot the daplabillty 'Jt' Bpr
Value dissent!' and res'erve the Mrs. 1-l.] K. Hardln of Jacksonville being manifested and alf by her Bide beyond the first six seen In its hUlllrlant growl

'The garden' Is good life Insurance right to defend/ my own views In was the guest of Mrs. M. L>. candidates being elected; without months of the year. miles of Florida, Improve

d x Grosvenor Daw lit to make an- but the policy has to be tak-' keeping with my convictions In Watterson this) week. opposition. At the special meeting All pasture grasses east of theMississippi ways where It has

other Florida survey, thin. time en out and the premiums paid, but : doing so I do not gurrneder but Rev. Lewis of 'Waldo, filled his of the council Tuesday eveningthe :" Including: the famous to hold the shoulders oflil

with. a view of fixing the rain of neither!' requires' much If any preserve my eon'epllonof the- regular appointment at the Baptist votes were canvassed and the I bide grass region, of Kentucky, This grass seems! eapeclally< (| )

Florida rut-over land. money. Vegetables. and fruits are presidency. Probably people vbted church last Sunday morningand following results announced: says Mr. Greene, have been Introduced ed to the higher lands of) Ih|J

4 Mr. Dawe la acting for several better tonics than those the pat for me with' like1' reservations. evening. Mayor. II. C. Wall. from some other country. while carpet grass; now]

of the largest owners of land In ent medicine man sells and they Being a Democrt I am not a :Mr. Herman Ilardlu and familyof Aldermen, L. A. Davis. N. Stern- Blue grass! he .says was brought well adapted, to the moij

:L western central and Southern roil!' much lens.. And winter vegetables / dictator and shall not assume to Jacksonville were visiting here berg and W. L. Wall. to America by early French settlers toms, and loHpedeza 'to boiw

i Florida be laid and he plan to are about as necessary. as command the Voters of Florida ns I last Wednesday.Mrs. Clerk, Treasurer and. tax collector who planted It In the Ohio Those Interested ,In der

r r, s I ke a more Thorough; analysis. of summer 'vegetables.( to what they shall do or tray. I U, C. McColsky, of Lake C. A. Pntch. valley.where It was so well established pastures nays the Hoard(

the ubjMt than that contained Thus I In the Importance of tile would not drive'or be driven bya City returned to her home last Tax Assessor C. A. Knight. when the English/; settled do well to turn ,ender, t J
? the Industrial .survey compilation. Democrat. Where coercion begins A. Alvarez.At there they thought It a native and sow the seed of
,4{ in Ball and winter garden pointedout Sunday after a visit with her aunt, Marshal L. the j
.' by specialist of the Florida Democracy ends. I grant to Mrs Elsie' Sparlcnian. I the first-' meeting In Octoberthe grass. needed and pasture rail!

In the. Florida Industrial: Survey College of Agriculture September every citizen 'the free exercise' of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Flitch andchildren council will appoint fire chief _. Taking: Ii1f\ !f from the success' -them as they begin in grow

d', zr?' It wan stated that It would be Is a mighty Important' month for his own j Jiidgment andVonsclence. of Loegburg spent the clty.uttorney; one member ot city -

Important to land owner to make the home that would have such a This Is the core'of freedom; the the wee-end with Mrs.' ]Futch'schtler. bout trustees t night< marshal, aid

pi r their cut-over" land to produca a garden, for then Is .an excellent very essence of Democracy. Mis. K. B. Watterson.Mr. head of sanitary department,
email net!\ Income or the property While hot unmindful of national have
time to get the land ready and and-Mrs. C. L. llouser \
+ would be "a millstone around the Issues I am reminded that I am last WedneHday -
plant the seed. ,anew .girl), who arrived
d net'k.ot the state," and "a liability\ Bloody Red beets and Cowhora not running: for a national office ; July the 4th. It has been FUIHIf\'S CATTI.K: INWHTBV 0
s Instead of an asset. The survey but for CJovernor'of Flo/Ida and on Ilouser.Kev. .
and Purple Top White Globe turnips named Norma Jean
( ? showed that heretofore forest should be planted Immediately. a platform peculiar to the needs and Mrs. F. M. Taylor were I The Gulf Coastal Plain Is the

iiS products have represented nearly Cabbage and collard plants of the /It ate. My greatest service visiting friends and relatives. In. nation's! largest potential area for -

", 34 per cent of the state's business should not be delayed long in beIng I therefore, to Democracy and the Stdrke last Friday. I the development of the cattle Industry -

+4 i4 and that neglect of the cut-over set out. Shorthorn carrots and citizenship ''o| Florida' will be In Mrs. Tu+cm and daughter of Pa- according; ,or. S. Greene,

t land would mean the disappearance Blaekeye and Conch peas should a sincere effort to find a solution : latka, are/the guests., of Mrs. Tut- assistant husbandman of the U, S.

of FlorIda values." also be planted at once. An early for the more Intimate problems. of en's parents, Mr. and Mrs J. Pursley. Bureau of Cattle Industry Tho

planting of Gherkin cucumbers the state. great plains of the West, says Mr. ..ei
HTH.1WBKHRY FIWINTH/ ARE wilt Insure having sweet pickles I entered this campaign free I Mrs. A. A McDonald who has Greene have been depleted as feeding -

IX EXCELLENT: 8IIAPR :NOW within a few weeks. Early Long from private pr'omlses.ll'cret alliances been. spending the summer monthsIn grounds through overgrazingThe ,; .

Island eggplant and Gradus Eng or special political obli Switzerland returned to her, grain producing sections of
t' Plant City, Sept. 11.-Strawber gations. 'I stand In that position Eastern: farmlands
lish peas are both splendid fall 'home here last Sunday. the Central and
dei' vegetables and should not be overlooked today and expect to- enter and retire -" Mr. and Mrs. J. W. fiedenbatigh close to the central markets! .
i 1 from office In that same spirit were shopping In Starke last Sat are better adapted to producing / ,
and everything points to an exceptionally I am giving this satement that the cattle
A liberal planting each of early urday. feed for finishing oft
good season, according to Curly Kale and Oct rich Plume every citizen may be-fully advisedas Misses Jessie Williams and Miss from tile nearby or more distant

( C. P. Wright county agent who mustard should be provided for to my position and Intelligentlycast !i Rebrt Maxwell who are teaching states. The cutting away of vast

f has been making the rounds over every kitchen garden. White Pearl his ballot for or against me at Hellbronn Springs, spent the forests from the' plain of the A REAL Tire

the county considerably during onion bets and spinach and salsify' at-the November 'election accordIng 1 week-end with their parents. here. Southeast says Mr. Greene has

+ the past few days to calls from should be given their rows. Early .to his own .Judgment and I I Rev Dickson ot JackMonvllle opened this great section to the

farmers of this section. Pattypan squash and chives-just wish erf. :will preach at the First Christian growth of sun-loving pasture

l The berries that were planted a few hills of each-should, have' DOYLE CARLTON church of Hampton. next Sunday plants, essential to the growth and at theRIGHT
1 in low ground of course were killed their places the latter being very e morning and evening.A development of the cattle, and has

by the heavy rains, Mr. Wright desirable for soup' and gravies.; A music 'memory test 'was one series of revival meetingswill thereby opened the coastal statesto

y J 'said, but those that were planted small patch of. parsley for garnishing of the features at the Diival County begin at the Baptist church the development ot. the cattle In-

I 011 moderately' high ground have purpose will be found useful girl's! club camp. Records wereptaynnmber next Monday September 17th 7'- dustry. PRICE !
; fine W.hILven't .
in shape.
? come through ; it also gives a splendid flavor \' and composer' Later ; 30 p. m. Such sun-loving plants have by
much rain for
had too '
I4 to soup and meats.Faetsrowlng the re'ordsvere played again and Mr. and Mrs. O. Ilaynes are accident, says Mr. Greene, found
1 t them, he said. vegetables are the girls asked to Identify them.. visiting In Lake Geneva this week. their way Into the section and
1 The cool nights have' been a more succulent and tender than Misses Lorene Thomas and Miss havo proven not only their adapt-
l -
great .help too, and everything those that slowly. To of to the section but their very
grow pro- ability
growers Volusla County Clara May Sasser of Valdosta, were
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points to an unusually good crop Pathfinder Tires will speak
duce rapid growth use good value plants. Goodyear
of berries but shipped three car toads ot narcissus recent guets of their aunt Mrs. P. high as pasturage
this year, not only commercial fertilizer liberally. Also Among thsee plants he names. made and
of bulbs during one week In B. Hunt. for themselves. They're
In line produce.
.
every cultivatefrequently' and shallowly the first to arrive (a
Bermuda ,
County Agent: T. A. Adkins has her as
August'; nays Mian OJune as
'OVER If the plants lag. top dress native of Southern Europe, accord- guaranteed by Goodyear-which assures -
r MOW : () AND Brown. For these they received guest this week, her cousin Miss
? IKT MK TO rR1''I.STLUHH : : with a quickly availablefertili- $4S,000. Andreu. ing to Mr. Webster). Lespedeza quality. And they're priced so
OK rit NT FOOT) zer and work with a rake.NomaFarmers was next to come, a legume of very
t Mrs. M. L. Maynard of Alachua time and
'high value accidentally Introduce! low you'll save yourself
of this section Plans are being completed fpr Is the guest of her daughter/ Mr .
A' ', necent preliminary studies on shipped 108 carloads Watermelons a Flagler County Fair, to be held W. H. Alexander. I from i Japan. Like Bermuda, he trouble by coming here first-no need
has throughout
I reports, It spread
the decomposition!\ of green manure during title "ealOB.Jackllonvllle$30.000. just prior to the State "Fair ,reports around. We have sire
Mrs. had her
crops conducted by the Klsle Sparkman as the section. Carpet grass listed to shop your
new four- L. T. Iceland{ county"Uigent. I
guests lust Sunday, Mr. and !Mrs arrival coming' either
an a late :
?
-. J Clincher Straight Side or Balloon
Florida; story apartment building will be m G. McColxky! and daughter, of from the West Indies, or from ,

that citrus growers should make a erected on Korsytl street. TRAOiKIVH EXAMINATION:' 'Lake City Mr. and Mrs. HeWitt South or Central America. Dallas and we give you the kind of tire servo

? Plant 9Ity--Ho'k being placedon Teacher's examination wilt be and son, of Jacksonville' Mr. and and Vnney! grasses black medic,
It ;; greater use of the mower and a Cherry and Whitehall streets. ice that brings you more mileage.
': lesser use of the plow. Jacksonville held theCourt House In Starke Mrs. Chas. Weeks of Jacksonville some of the vetches and burcloverl' .
I+ -- $1 0.000 new and Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Wesley
In these tents, decomposition Pan-American filling station under beginning 8 a, m., Thursday are also mentioned.The .
1 ,, took place rapidly when thai green construction on St. Johns avenue September 20. and son, of Waldo. carrying capacity of a permanent -

Lt "M # manure crop was moWed .andplowed Vero Reach.-20 acre tract of II. B, Wiggins. MVs.: R. L. DIrt and children of pasture of lespedeza and

k ,t ;. under to a depth of four farm land being developed ou lat- Service Station No.2 2
to six Inches. Especially In deep leral Road A near here. -,' 0 Supreme ,
,', a e 11 sand the decomposition released
Lake Butler
i Progress being
{ 4 ;1 nitrates-plant food-no! rapidly made paving road Noa. .49 and 66. 1 Jules Verne Is to Blamz-Hc. Started It All I9ywNa I
that much of them was lost by decomposition .- STARKE, FLORIDA
b; before the tref wee! HKI'TKMBEH: : IIKHT: TIME;: TO J -. 0

$yE 4 able to utilize them. Where the PLANT HWKKT: PEAS FOIL ,
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+ cover'crop was mowed and left CHRISTMAS

+' our top of the ground: ;. decomposition --' .
-- -
--
q .took place more .slowly and a September and October: are the

I better use! ef the released nitrates. month, for planting sweet peas'for ; :

).,' 'I was obtained. winter!' flowers says W. L, Buick the, New

r S 'Since one of the chief objects! Floyd, professor horticulture in .. eW s

In growing green manure crops in. the College of Agriculture. Those 'Sa ,,\\e wc
tl, ot supply additional plant food to planted in September will make / '

the trees!' *It would seem!' from these flowers' by Christmas while those -

preliminary tests that simply mowIng planted In October should bloomIn

the cover crop and letting It January.

? lie results in. a better utilization The' .soil on which sweet peas

,of .the.. plant food, especially 'are to be grown should have plenty -
i sandy soils says 1)1'. R. M. Barnette. : of organic matter. In addition
;
t( assistant ''chemist. who had about one pound of commercial
r charge of the experiments. fertlllier should be used for each

square yard! planted. Select the ya
i MTH: PROTK: T PORN heavier soils for sweet pas. where- y t k MBMPr?ec4. OFAJrI xJAD ''

FROM: W.K'UInnO: ever .possible, advises professor ,K 'PANAMA CANA4 fr
t UISl'M'tUDK!< IM>KH': IT Floyd. .

--.- When!' the plants reach a height instead of
What's.the use to work and slave of two or three Inches they should a Graceful contours

tee 1 Making crops we then don't save? be thinned to a distance of four mlHr
and
'' The little blackish corn weevil Inches apart. Light poultry-wire straight lines "the gleam : sp

la not at all a small evil. make a good trellis. The ; plat
very &
Give him a dose of "high life" gas, pIa lit a ,ahould be watered at least ; ofdn znf colors and chrome

Hl. dirty work will then be past. once a week during dry weather, ia i\ the
instead of drab effects -
I .
ran across a little eye opener as sweet peas require a large ing :
in regard to the '
1 ; damage caused amount of water. eocrbIlJ1Buicks / "
i to the corn crop each year by wee If red spiders or plant lice attack mostbeautiful bodies

vils. It Is estimated that the Florida the plants spraying and dustIng k .xepv" ofe FisherAt h

corn crop this year will be will be necessary. Dust the masterpiece bodies by
17,5(5,000; bushels. It Is also '
estimated red spiders with sulphur
spray
i that one-fifth of this, or the lice with tobacco extraet.j .e ;'d1MA4. the Sw'1
At time when twide, and out. w
motor beauty
9Ar a
car: '
2.511,000 bushels
will be destroyed EMPrB99 OR AUSTRAtd A" y are '
r was practically Un by chesT Yobl/AMA Ibr
weevils thIs winter. .Top
imitation wa the voguebeautiful ever J
What can you sell a bushel of Husk the corn In the field or .ts d rdt
John Henry Mears and Ope.Cb rtet } r \ k eves y when theN was it glaring lad: of the wonderful new b1 tilt
con for in your community Mul as soon a* It la harvested. Place introduced
1 A. Celbwr. on the "Olymplo- across 94 +;. originality In bo tiply the selling price of the husked in the ickl
a bushel corn alr-tlght ""
: Be Atlnnuo (ran New ort: by etc- )liu swept far beyoadthecommonSilver) Anniversary ?)
of-tern by the number of bushels receptacle and set the carbon bt-
d' I
i a the grealtrt dew'w?
plane acroos th' 1 c place and achieved K style wbich winning
Europe Asia/
that .wilt' ,b. destroyed by weevils, sulphide In a shallow pan on top ; on preference
+ and you will find indeed that this of the corn. Two pounds will beneeded' "Botprus of RUM" across the pacific ;,w .a the entire country U acrlniining .1 the greatest fine cart!
the moat distinctive and be.uUful by
1* hours ahMut of schedule I'1' joyed say .
and
_ r : By
pest III- no mall evil. At 50 cents for every 100 cubic feet w -.r'"
uliowal
krpUn* from Victoria to New Tor*. a'Ax 3f ever U thenFisher.
a bushel for corn the loss in Flor- of space. If the bin la .4 x 10 x 5 circled the hours"a N? v.; Th* new Buick ,
ida" this year will be over a million f.etor 2&0 cubic feet 4. poundsof 91 minutes gtoM and IS in second 93 days a is record- 1 r'4s! ;- .tbe world'i foremost bulkier Aad by that>,meant DO:w 1

dollars. It seems to me that carbon blsulobide will.. be. need.- breaking and astounding achieve- O Br/r.4Oci' CART, _AcRAtW1 d e of automobile bodies, has cooperated new type of beauty-poInt iii bAy"
r It would be much cheaper to con ed. mean That U en* way to go around with Buick the world's thrilling\ turning .trJ'
.i trol this pest with carbon blscul-i KKeep the bin closed for at lea. world but -I't'CDil'--Ui.. Chins tree!. who went around the world seethe tttgPoT and Its evergrowing dock foremont builder of fine cars, to .ign-but a great,ee.

I a phide or "high life." least 30 minutes The carbon bl- WIfII"I' remark about the toboggan Empreas of Australia a year ago; amused \IB, and lovely Ceylon enchanted create a new niode\ -a new fa.ohion'oluel I
a While1 the cribs are empty or sulphide forms a gas rapidly and i lh2",. "Zlppe Ilk*---( walke back amllel "We pawed In luxurious comfort free : us. But Hawaii wound itself -and no lumlnuu\Li the result sad 'I-SAaY
ANNI\
from any are or Irritating responsibility about out neartav and to .It. haunting 10 *ngwy U the public walcoming
harvest
nearly so before begins penetrates every crevice in the
Another way to clicuntnavlgat the from continent to continent. 'Aloha Oe' w* saw u fade; awryr it that Buick'a factories |ban
Is a good time to make the. rat- bllIt is highly Inflamable, and i tareU i in
a' proof and weevil-proof,"To treat Ore must be kept away from It, Uka Ills. Cmxv( v< austral!.. wnicoU : to u* the aoul-penatratlng magnlfl Those oa the big>> "1st ewt' (,taingher new production
effort
corn with carbon bisulphide,. it I have used this method several >. from New York December t, 1S2'. cenc and the somewhat repellent next voyage wui speed CbrUtma aa to keep pace mith aa erer l ..''.". be ,
demand t l&aat..I.
!. necessary to bate an air tight years and find that it U and devote '139 day to vesting and fanatical conditions of India and distraught In the Holy Land and tow Tear ocreauag
t't' a actually seeing true wonoer of ai yet ever thrllllngly tntoore t- Eve In Cairo. see Japan In plum:
con/afnef/ U ybu! don't want to cheaper than boarding weevils! countries and M pone ea a grand tng China. w. teamed up and* 61" make the whole crib air-tight when my stock need all the corn tour of 3 .1OO mllea....IM.$.. longer the dangerous Pearl River, and saw visited: China. India, Java. Egypt the
&t4 4: with ventilating windows, why produced on the place anyway. I than chat of the Tntrtptd Mean and nrst-band the vatatlon of Canton. Philippine). Hawaii the Panama .
not flx up a big bin for the ;purpose don't have any corn to throwaway Collyer. The view waa well .zpreaeadj Mysterious Java, and almost untouched Canal. Havana and other wonder. Register Motor .CompanyPAGE

of.treating! the corn', fn' l>at- tad? (VWUllaaia-Tajlor; ,.cf roA _._ Sumatra, h14 us spellbound! ._cpots too xtumarou* to rnentjan. .......
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14. -: _.!!!-= O' n. BRADFORD COUNTY TKI-EORAPH.: STAR RE, FT.ORimMill :! PM1'A JWI1'i '.,, t. ,
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.15 Klafw hread en.... one. oak wnnd floor -- -- --... -- -- .- -- _. -.. ." _. .-- -.. .-=- =.- .-- -_. .-..- : !

for display. TK.ilS SOIIKIH'I.H: half nf said HparUU Tax .v' to the Pay nf Member
window onw tolmnoo ruttrr. School PIII Is lure nf Hpeilal J anil Loual Law. It "
He Oiuni 1 che.He. cutter, one axHoilnient- I Kffectlva July Iftlh. trains will trlct No. In the event bidder for l>*.and lh.. oarn* I* hersby attreed1 to, of the Bannta and ot the House tn th ajipaarlnir* PlH of by Complaint affidavit' ,/ appended,In
thstcauMe
Hiailford' wln "> o illffplnyH' for HhoeH, onn wintlow comply with ttipurchane and shall be. Hnbmlttxl to tha .
follow Deiidlnif In
run HS \ the Circuit Court
dliiplay I for Miirtn ami ptc : airrvenient' The Huccaiisful tor of I the Htnte ot Florida for.IUO'I lie It lleolved by tbe Legislature
''IIIU.IBin I ", i, a corporation Met flxtureii for more tlH, nil ,miltx imi- No. 1, Smith bound I loon], due bidder will bu fut",ilahtxl' approving proval oi, ,rejettloii at the next. iretieral .if the State of Florida. Chancery for. Hrsdford, wherein County lladvx, Flnrlda. Ourden, In.
10'1. cont opinion of bond attorney nt : Thnt Section Four (41 I. Article IxCnmplslnant
b..n..n" .iRnrator.i Sturko 10:45 "nation! I.\I..n of Reiiresentatlvvs. tbe >
( : |>. in.No. Tlirun S and J. N. liurden Is defendant.
ot tho
'III one Nllllonllll''Mh reirlnler reputation without charge. T In held an the firm TneHd.iv; aftetthe ( ), Constitution of the
and all other tlxtiireH In the one H Hafx!un., 11, Boiithlmunit local, due board renervex the rlnht to reject first Momlsv In November A l>. Htnte of Florida. relation ti-th,. t I">iyi HIM of I the for defendant Divorce, that thelexldvnce .
I building; where C. H Itobert Starku 11:2: vny or all bldx. I. 112! : *. Thnt l 1M to xiiv that Hectl.iri\ >f members of the Henato end ..r .1 lie, I. N Durdcn therein
; at a. in. Is unknown and
I wkDlan Li. .,' sheriff's "Kale, llrnhain. )Florida hrffi been U W, KU-KMTUK, II df arlld11i of the t'ltimtItutlonof House, of HepresHiitutlvi <.buil .beKiibmltteil I there that
IH
iiinnluic
In
no the Htale
,i certain .x..cu. \t.. Ntftre, Ahoo all that certain No.2. Northbound local due' I Chairman Hoard of I'obllo InKtriKtlon ,- tha Slntu of Florida. shall I* to tho eb'> 'n>ix of the Flu Ida Hie person ofI
Mlock ) xervlcei of
,II (fa above elltltl..d"I. i>f dry ffondM, "101 h..... notlonn., HhoeM.. StftrU. 6:24: n. m. of hradfurd amended tn n-nd nx followx"Se : Stale of Florida, foi adoption or rejMilliiti I u Imm. would bind said a. xul.poenaupon defendant
the 12th day ofI hatn and ..I C'.. now locnteil' In that County, "'IIIl hi""". <'li"ii' XI. tn nil\ taxex enumerated at the next general ulectlonof ami .Hint. .xnld defendant .
Is
I, W J. KpperHiadford :. certain N12., iiorlhhoiiuil local dun ATTI'WT11. In lha Ui-iiiuxcnlatlveii to be hold mi the over
More knllilliiK preCttdln; necLio,. .. ,. .
herw C. :i : I the of'I
11. It Is thereforeoideitd
arp. County, H. WIUIIINSSecretary : llr l '['uexdiiv iiflnr tin" fliHt atlll years.'
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Mondny
Kobertu huH been rtiiinlnK hlx Htore Slurke 3:0ti: p. m. laws Hhull .b. ireiieisl and of unl thnt Kald defendant be and
1'11 d upon and will at Oraham" Florida' lionrd of Public InIruction form npeiatlon tliroiiKhout the >*tale, tbo mouth I uf November. A. .
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levied : : \ Ni hit Is r. iiired to lo xnld\ Hill
No. .
"II..t publlu out* the" property of ).'. U upon a* 107 tuiiilhlioiiiiil, llmllfd due of Hin lfoul County, but In all taxes not enumerated orexoeiited II Hiid that said itclloii .\r of appear
sho. ItobMtH, to Complaint' filed In xald. caux. on
.l ',''' of the court "alh.fy I the aforenald execution' und Stttrke 1:20: p. in.Nu. .Florida,. In I that section, the l.entlMIniurn ", Hluill bn amended to read HX follow: Monday I the Ijvt dny or October. A. 1>.
Hiadford County (H..I. ll 8-17-11-9-14. xneolul laws NtnntoiM' unit "mifinhers of the Mouse 0\\
local
loll|| COHtft.Dated mnv' uaxs ni r> I'
\ 3N. at tho Court
: : 109() iiurthboiind limited due of luiiixe In Kturke' ,
M it>*t and best bid thin the 301 h day of excvit| ..B now or heie after othorulitv Itepiexenlitiivex' xhull be dulyiiMtllflHd lltuilfnrd t'..11111 / ,
Ooti ,id during the Irgwhlch A. LI. 112K.! AIIKI\, Starke 6:44 p. in. provided. In Iho C'onxtltutliiu,; | cletitnH. In 'Hut respectiveciiiintleN the nllegntlon nf y. Florida xnlil 1,111"I of tlier'IXS ttomplslnt | 'I I
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Is between W. : 0'1'1:10:: OK KI.KUTIUMWHEREAS. : : l'iovUled. ., That no local. or .wpuolul and dlxtrlcfs. for which they. -
J.
: AVannea I will be taken' ..
UPPRTfSOX.: BrulI'h-No. 101 leavrsStarke ax n .
th."r /und, Two p. m.) KheillT uf Riadford County Florl.la bill Him 11 IIH pnsxed., iiiilc..H notice nftIA si; choxon, 'Ihv; pay of members ot It Is further: ordered that this :: jl '
L r.f October, K. M. JOHNS tt.UO: a. m.No.. 103 arrives Intention to apply thtkrefor shnll I IIP Senate nnd House, ot Represen der. Itw publlxhed once a week' for
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row, Ill ,,it. property IIIO In Brad- Attorney for Plaintiff 831Ett29 2:10: =r,, m. Vhe 1.811'Islalur.l of have been the mailer published or thlnir In tbo to localitywhere be affected tative lars. and* Hbull fifty not oenlx. wxtMted( IUOO twelve. ) a dol...av four cimxecullvo weeks., In the tlradford :.

roy.0. ,,, Ida. to-wlt: T; J. arlffln.ori 1137! tinder the Constitution ot 18SH, muv, be situated, which: not lot'* for fneh day r.1 Hvxxloii. and MlleaMTe County; clrcuistlnii Telecraph; a newspaperof I '
ireneral ,
- quarter of North- of the Htate of Florida, did paxn.. four shall stato the xtibxtaiicH\ the contemplated tn nnd from their, hnniun, tu the seat publlxhed InHrstlford '
Thy "Snv Tllnt Joint county. Florida.
Husolutloim propoxlntc' amendments of tlovei'
nmuiit not tu exceed
In NorthHhweot IR.lid xhall hot tenlentx
f Iiilall ut 1 acre publlMhed I MMe and ordered at Stsrke Florida
to the (:onxtltutlon of the
( I'Hiu mll. Ii
BUI by Ih
of leaHt WilY
I quarter State of Florid,t, and I the xame weranfrreed at thirty days prior to tha I t thin rDI th day of August, A. Ik.
\ ( ti TO IIIUU.i II.* nenrixt and moxt practlcuble,
5 In Introduction Into the route.
) and acres The IrfiKlxlatuie ofHiich
'" weather in Turkey I to bv; a vota of Ihr..ntthllof Thlx ll 2*.
Northwesttliw" bill and In tho b.. Amendment Khali go Into ef
)fib,h, .., "i ot all the memberx elected. to eachhouse manner to O. W. ALDFRMAN'
In .
and Moist and Mm'key, provided by law. The evldnncu. thnt. fect at mldnlirlit on December 21, I ;
CIIIIII.ter
.' t I ; that the vote.* on raid Joint Cleric Circuit Conit for ttrsdrmdISIIAI. ,
of '
1)01Oolf) The Bonnl of Bond Truxtven 1H2: *. without the
of
Northeastiithweet Hut such notice bus been imbllshed/ shnllbe neevselty LegiHlsllon ,
<< i of females In bloomers Bradford County Klurlda will receive ftnaolutlons"r entered upon theirleHpnctlve : : I : .) Counlv.l-'lorlds.
,'h. .' quarter of Make old o'clock. 1'. Joiinmln 1, with the 1 yean extabllHheil In the Legislaturebefore Ry C ". KNIOHT.
r men feel peiky. hlda I till 3:00: M. rm : xuch, bill Khali. be
tied passed by
phi ) exceptuiiichaxelR .
and thereon and did B-31-61-9-38
determine
boil nays they llepuly t'lerk.
] the 18th day of September. A. II.l .. \
before While havlnir nftlditvlt or proof of publication
over In China ; ,
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and direct that the The
d.r| .d ,. F-b. A. 1>. 1888 all iK, at the oftlie of, the SecretaryIn Joint Hesnlutloiix be xliomltteit until nttHched. to ( he proposed. bill votes cast In compliance with ----- .-------
xnld
i da The climate la finer the City flail In I Htarka Florida, to propoxed ainHiidmentx, and I thecanvasx
Mouth > when the Intrndiiced. .. In either
7 name
ud i ir Tiwnxhlp the electors of the Mint.A at the, Henersl declaration. and. returns
and st 'that time publicly opened for
124 But limited branch of I the Legislature/ and
mtalnlng acrealo
railway* election In
1V2H. thereof .
r.t! N"y"mb..r. xhiill be subjected to the
' ,ill I ,\ Kaxt.: half of One nistlit; I Toot IIrat..r.iUd.l..ra NOW THtoRI: FOHI" I It. CI.AYPKAAVFOIID which xuch affidavit' constitutingproof .
,; .Serve mire on the diner..NOTIC'I ar requvmed to ..ubmltore..r ot publication. shall be entered same legulnllonx nnd restrictions. assr COFFINS & CASKETS
the and lluxt half of Ho.' r-f State 'fl .. .
j .rt. retary ( provided by luw for Keneral elections
for One Adutnx Grnder In trnde.The \ In full the. journals of the
arii-r of Moutheastl'in the State of Florida, do hereby give upon In I the. StiitH of .
MtlJirowH ,'1 Itoaid, Flotlda/ and Full Lla* ofUndertakers'
... 80. Township 7 )lenerv.'H the Tight. toreject notice thnt a Senate and of the Ilouxe of Representatives IN '1'WI'I'IMOY! : WIIKREOK -

1.IlItI'! :'t l.axt: contalnlntr 100 .! \PPI.lr\TIO\" \! FOH any or all bid N. f W I':" ", .'.I.I. ('TIO'\! ., which entries shnll Immediately I Imve boreiinto' s..tmy

.. Alxo North half TNotice .\ \; 111':11: : J';. S. SIATTIIEWS Chairman.C wlll be held In .nch county In Florida nhowlnir the follow\Introduction:: the .7'\lh'I' ':' r."I'ovltl..I. r. hand and. alllxml\ the SuppliesAUTOMOUILH
of .NorthwestI .
next the
on xncceedlitir
,? t 'I"u..l..r Ttiexdny Oiont Hen I of th Stale
.. \\I I .n 32. Township 7, 'A. FUTCH\ II rut Mondar In November, A. 1182 ).. however, nn publication of (SEAL) of Florida/ nt Tnllnhaxxe I1EARSBAlwsn
fJ ,Cnxf: containing 20 In herehv Riven thnt r* <"J. "Secretary. 817St914.NOIHKl'O *. th. xHld Tuewdav. belntr ilia any Intnt or special law Ix required tha INtnllnl, thx| the
Powell holder of Tax Certificate hereniuler" when such.. local. or epnclal ; : : :
Nu.
.. 'i Alxo beginning "SIXTH' II S.Y >lMMIinii tweiit v-llrt f ii dny uf July.
204 the lilh of law contains a provision to the .a..... Tbe IMM swtetst
dny
July, A. l n. 1II2II
for
\v .' jf Northeast corner the ratification or rejection of A. D. J I'.U'H.!
ha.. filed xald certificate In effect that the Hume shall not become MM !Ie.._ ,,04_ *setsl. etlestlua >
41$ mv nlllre suld Joint
.iml. inn West yds. ; IIIUOKIIAThe the 1 Itoxolutlons iiroponlnicamendmentx 1 11. CLAY CUAWFOIUl,
'"n and made : operative or effective! until th te t l". eT4 .
same pk m.HCCIIITKREU
applUatlnn.
for Tax Herd
i:; I U yardx Ih.n".1 to IHHIIO. thereon tn the Conxlliiitlon' ofthe hits been ratified or approved bv amajority 8-1-t.lt-ll-S_.._ Hncret!:. !.illtI.tl: !!*. KMBALMktt
accordance
,uili thence north 113 1-.. with I tit II te> of Kliirldti. vIa: : :
law Board of Bond Truxteen of nf tha < iinllfli-d' I electorspurtlclputlnir
|
In '
of beginning A JOINT KKhOLUTION Proponlniran
"In point 110'1''' '':
l
o Ha Id fertincate Bradford County Florida. will receive In nn election called In
DEWITT
embraceH thfl fol Amenilnient C. JONES
,iihlp 7, 8uulh: Hang to Section 14 of
TOU
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i ,obtaining 10 acres' lowing deHcrlbed IH'OI'ly. xltuate bldn. I till 2:110: ,,luI'k 1*. M. on Altlcln III of the Conxtltutlon. oftha the telrltnry nffected by tuilil special ,
""I .In niadford. County, "Klurldii to-wlt.: I the UI b .day. of .September ,\. D., State of Florida, Relatlnw", tu or local law.A fti Circuit Court, for Ttindford" 8TARKK. FLA.ployment .
*r Northeant quarter of Houtheant. '1 1H2H at I the ottlca of the "' Urnretnrvat ('nil III)'. l"'loililfi. lnh thnnceiy.''
at Southeast County and Municipal Oovvrnment -
MH 'iicinK' the Ilnll. In Htnrke JOINT RESOLUTION THU: HTATH OF FLOIIIHA' to/ I
X4 and 'run West quarter of Section 25 Town whip. 0. City Florida *. Proposingmi ,
? ,It'ion, North, 20 chainx, South, Ranice ti NIIHt.: eiiual' 411 nr'I'..". and at thut time bldH will liubllclly Ho It Kesolveil by the Leglslutur of Amendment tn Suction 10. Art' J.I.. Dl'llUKN': (lifctliiif, 1 Ii
,
The opened for. Ida XII of thx Qontitltullon of the
mobains to (lectionHoiith aMtieHKinent of xnld property, un the State of .Florida ---
"t 20 chill nx to.the der. nafd. Ortlflcatn I..Hu.. .il. wan In the One Klve Ton' Cateipillar TiactorHlildern Thnt tha following amendment to State of Florida, Kelntliiir 1 Kdu-: --
\" of will he expected tn mi. limit cat IlIn: Authorising the. Division I
name UNKNOWN
Section 24 of IK of
Article th'Con.
about 200
If! Binning, being filled offer for one Hesi Thirty Traitor of (Bounties Into "Hpvclal' Tnx L>lstrlctx -
1..11 In !Keel: Ion 24, xald Ceitincate nhall t tredeemed b.. xtltutlon of the State of Florida, relatlliHT -
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'"'' Si. III h. Kange 20 Kant according to Law Tux: In trade. I to Countv and municipal government. ; rc1Ye for the Klectlonof : I We can clianie( your
School
ThaI..o'd/ the Their I Term
,, :h, uuurter and Kast U..o1111. IxHue, thereon on the Int rexerve* rlicht torej"t Is hereby aKreod, to anil, ofOMIce YE 8 OKS
all lildK.. and Dutlex, and for
day of Ortolier A. P 1 D2R. any or .
fr r N, thw" ) t quarter and shall he submitted to the electors of
and Col JvY'j
Inir lection
MATTHBWJI. of
H. H.
Dated thin 2Hth dny of August the State election a
at general

li,t uiiitt'r. of !Southwest: A. ft. W I Chairman the/next Hchool: Tax: for Htboul STORAGE BATTERY In
j, North half of South d. 'A. FUTCJC: of Representatives In 1928 for Da It Jtexolved by the Legislatureof ISmith's
a. w.
gnan., mil Southeast fiuurterI ., Ai.nnnMAN: 1 approval. or rejection. the State ot Florida: .:
: ((8..1) Clerk Circuit Serretnry. 8-17-St-fl-14 :
I (irnrtor, of Section 25, Court Sevtlon 24. The Llslature shall Thnt the following Amendment to
'Hi ,ilnw 00 chalna West ofjjiur Bradford County, Florida extnbllsh. an uniform systom oC Section 10 of Article XII of the ConNtltiitlun -

,. .' of Section 26, and B31Bt2H._ County and :municipal:: ;;: government.laiura ;; of the Htate ot Florida, relating
"M
.. t u Se .,lion line 40. chalnx 'rici: or \1.101 I .. ., .,..
to education .be and Starke
the
\OTICK nf .\ PP K< TION FOIt "aM"Vh..r... I".al .. "tp..11I1 h.w. torCuunlle. : same
.'i rth iu d"ln.I thence Kastllieni'H la hereby a it reed to and shall bo submitted Garage
Mouth 20 ihalnwil 1' \X 1)J'J.: n Itr. provided by the L"rrl. |
'o I the electors of the State
.. tnai oe inconsistent
>f "brKlnniiiK. Alno be- may Fla.I
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I' Tho Board of Pnbllo l Inntrurtlnn of at Ilia General 1 Election of Hepresenlatlvex >
( i '/halm Wext of North- Notice In. hereby Riven that T* O. Bradford. County, Florida, will at the therewith. Tha, Ijeijrlxlsture' shall byiretieral t to b held In 192N for approval .
law rlnsnlfv cities and townsnccordInK
"II i of. Section 25 and run Powell .holder of Tax Certlllcatu otllte of the tienelary ..f the Itoard.rucelte or rejection. That .said Section
1 feet thence West 2J4ii 249. the 6th dav of July A. I). 11126' u.|> to Ii:Oil norm nn the IRtli to population and .hallby..n..rsl 10 shall be amended so as to
i Noith 1.1.1: feet thence i nan.. filed Maid Certificate hi my oftlco, day of Si-pleniber.,, 1U2N. bld.f for thepllichaxe law provide for thslr Incorporation read as. follows'"Mertlon .. .:. .
I It.. to the point of beglnlulnlnu 'and made application for tax: deed uf I2OO.OU' of hondH of Kovernment jurlsdlo- "' lu. The Legtslnture may 1
tiHH acres more or to iHHtie thereon In accordance" with Speclul Tux: 'Hi-hi>nl Dlxtrlct No. 0; tlon under powers such. ,claislncatlons.ilutlex and prlvlleffa and provide for I the dlvlxlon of any countv I II
law. Maid Certificate embraces. the HHld bonds to bear data of Auicuxt no or counties Into convenient. school
'h, following described I followlnir.dexf.rllied / ( special or local laws Incorporating: districts, and for the election biennially
perI'rlv
p"olprtytu..le >
1. 1 2S, to be In the denomination.
.' to-wlt: One cabl- In Hradford County Florida' to-wlt.: of ".0110.011, to bear Irtevent at the (titles. or towns, providing for their of three sellout.) trustees, who J. R. DAVIS & CO.

.' and l dresses, one table "MontheaHt' quarter of Northwoxl Idle of 5'-j Iier. cent per .annum frovernment and jurisdiction be powers.Uutle xhall\ hold their olllcea for two years,
nf, on i dress mlrrow, one Quarter, Hectlon 2 Tnwuxhlp 7, houth; payable xeml-annually., prlnlipul prlvllvtrex shall paxed *- and who shall have the supervision.
.
U Ivory shelving, :U I paper Ha nice 22 Kant, total, 40 acres. and Interext of xnld tionriM:' to he payable by the Legislature.A of all the schools wit hln the district
'lH>4il thread cubinetH, one The 'nxxexxment' of nald iiroperlytinder n* tha nlllce" of the Hanover I ; and for the levylnir and collection
', .: lady s dress formn, 3"I ialfl C'ertlfcute Inxued. waa in National Hunk In the City ofi, New JOINT nESOL.UTION' Prnnoelng of a district whoul tax for INSURANCEAGENCY
I .MII, itove heater :2/ foot the nani... atI'N KNOWN. York Mtala of New York bnndH to an Amendment. : to Article III, HMI>- the exclusive UHH of 111" public free #
I 'tlonr. shoe. xeulx., one Unlexs na Id cvttlflcnte' xhnll lu. re.deemed be In' denomination. and to .bitooniedue tlon :ill. of tha Constitution of th* MI.hools. wllhln/ I the District whenever
OIK' llurrounrhH. Adding aocnidliift to law, Tnx Deed and 1 payaldfl ax follows: i foItate' of' Florida, Ilnlatlnir", to thefaxKiiira a majority of thu iiunllfled, electors
r 'ntlelrli/ fan. one i" o.in will iHMue thereon on tie|, 1st day (ifOctober 1'.111111.011' ) rin AuiruHt 1, 1931 and by the -lnlature or Special thereof that pay. a tax on real.
illic.. dexk. one oltlcai A. D. 1 1l2H.! tl.UOO.ili on Auirtixt. flrxt. In each of I / or Local Lawn.He or personal propel ty, .shall vote In ESTABLISHED 1886
!xiotry' cabinet, one ..et"r Dated thin 2Kth day cif AiigiiKt, A. the. years. 19.18'tu: 1UGO Incluxlvs It Itexolved by tbo Legislature, favor of such. levy, ;

> nit one xhlrt. display D. 1928. It IB leinilrnil, thnt ouch bidder ilepfmlt of the. "State' bf Florida:
01.' for ladle*' dresses. onaR G. W. AI.DJ'W\IAN.: with hi* bid a cuxhler'x or certified That' the following ,amendment to A JOINT RESOLUTION Proponing-. !
i all electric light; flx- (8EAL> Clerk Circuit Courr, theck to the amount of 161)0.00. Suction 21 of Article 111! of the Uonixtllutlon an Amendment' to Huctlon Four STARKE FLA.
nil 'IK globes and etc.. one Hradford, County. Floi .Idii... which check flm. 11 1.11 forfeited to the nf the HtatH of Kloi" Idii, relating ((4)), Article three (3)) of Ih v Constitution ,
"'\\.I'I.r! in center ona ..31-61,11111. Mould of Public Instruction on bathe to by the LClB'I.. I .
theiAKHaga of
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IIMflTtJ ,Ioret. f'lT:JJmf!EH

sdnpublllty of John Chlnsmsn for
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:h* products which kvrp Jvpau (*".

--'n .._ ',_ 'arUs lu operation sod provUU .u>> I.I ,

.. "II. fur the rxcess populsilou. / ; .

.. I, America, 'long regarded s* the 'I ,.

AJREN.. :MANCHUKKW-TUMO are, .. world'* greatest melting pot. has of''
..... "- .- ." .. 0'" .. ,
II2a days in Manchuria. Boom r e.i' managed. to assimilate. people of msny I ,

1 of |' rices, but Manchuria is absorbing
the I
California and Yukon ,
: million of Chinese, notoriously l the

ruahea or the opening up ot most unmalleable race on earth Tbenewcomers I

01\1& territory are recalled astomigranta however seem to be read* 'I .

!lese liy .adapting themselvee to western, '
by the hundrad.r"uan .. Innovation They hive learned bow


or Shantung and ChlHU. at.by eattle: bow to rout their crop and

t4Cf prospacu of 'paaoa and now to enrich the Mil Steam electric

1011I of ***** rtcl1 ton rQdJ power and gasoline-driven mscnioarthav

fanning. ..... atreamlnll into U.U supplanted the native oi-csrt.

de" or Ch1z1a-, the windmill and the primitive water,
eager to maka nev
.
for wheel.
themselvea. The yellow.
ea ... arrtV1Dg a' al6eD M '&be What Japan baa accomplished: In 8

Of 2.000 a tlaJ. WblUl "Ml- than materlsl wsy In Manchurl wemi almost

.000,ww b.v. a miracle: end tbe Americen
IDlpa"' Df tourist from the observation platform
oPPOrtuDltl before tba year 0 ;tIIIRGN
.
uc., of the Dalren express onds difficult}

pan h.. mad. thta poIIIIlbl. byn ,' In reconciling/ preconceived impree-.

'Plantlnc ra clTUIaation be Imagined that Manchuria, If a lone of the Orient with lector?

|J." .' -Jley. ot what uiTowo land of promlae for tha Chinese, chimneys, electric ",.ma. powerhouse

.. Uu-ee *, tractors, crones, end stesmshovels
."tern province ot Oo would be equally attractive to the
na "her,, be"'ee. the Llaotuq colonist from Japan.. But while In* all In the same picture WilD

l\rola and'th. up-to-date railroad 11 i ducement have been made to Jspa crumbling mudIta.. tnuusnd-far>
Q Of old lamasssrle sad shrines. Here. UanJWh.r.
vbangchun U* aom* OO ne e settlers, experiment la colonization
of "I rail* and : have met with scant success. .. East and West me...
m narrow rail
'DJnt. protect y Jspane NIPPO"I"' )""'. .,"' ,R"" + ;, The stolid Chinese farmer I* content These contrasts have betn msdepassible

b" .v.* dlftJope4 "T Japall_ ,with little, fie le essentially a plodder to a greet extent througb

UnUl w h.. beooaua the 11IOII' rather a* a elvUlBlnc agency than a* shadow ot the Imperial tomb, and he accept
i: alIf- Progresaiv* region ot tb I a transportation system ho* Invested thu* creating almost\ overnight a new tb* country ha* to offer. After having from civil war.

some fiOO.OOO.ooo.ln American equipment and Immensely Important Industry.At lived on gran and root In hi.* China, too deeply sunk In her own

tbe '_11. ot h South uaa- baa developed eolllerle andiron the agricultural experiment station natlv* provinces, and being robbed civil ware to get any perspective be*

relrro..t 0WDecI 8oAcI: operated work* and ha introduced waitem at Kungcbullng. new. use hv* alternately by the tall collector and been looking with longing eye* on

Jap.n,. ba.. com. 1DOd.eta- agricultural method* Into th* been developed for the soya bean, th* .the bandit a Held. of rice or lOa Japan's achievement and now that

catlee With paYed 'treelll. ancient land of th* Msnchxis. base of more than ecor of materiel* bean suggest full dinner pell.* to she bo* been putting her bouse la

tria IIgh..... parb. playground* Contributing to th* prosperity ot ranging from milk .end breakfast food him. order, baa been seeking, despite irtaty

11" IChoo.... bote..> Hospitals pub- the country I* not only th* Indus ofsettler to paint and varnish, soap and blgh) ..-........."..... ........ Th Japanese. 1* more fsstldlou reservations to duplicate J.paD'"UO-
IIbrUl- aDd successful effort onUj eiptoelv CII"56i K* I* frugt. *ccordlng to western ws In Manchtula, .
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topreaalv ot th : '
rowe but *
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IMUI lJIerclaJ bulidlnga Dalren. only part of the Japan*** scientist tolamas 1'11. civilisation Introduced by the eundard of living but not frugal<
Jettr. malodoroBnative of field and Bock Jspaoes* 1* more modern even than enough, nor Is h* content to wait for menace to her program t* th*
aIrY V the yield
lilt ,VUI"fte. Ita thatched but and otherwise* to enhance the value anything to be found tn 'Toklo or valley* of tbt long fallow land and od*. and It I* not long after their ripening crops, but demand.* hnmedt* tendency on the part of tb* Chin***

!!lUna OYfoC' tnir mull *...*. ". 10a ot Manchuria's' natural resource*. Yokohama but. : Jspan ha bad a clean a* many more He waiting the bite I ot arrival that they are enabled to rent ate returns. He requires also his to tgnor trestle*, and In violation.ottii

lII.tropoUo ot aoojwo. en* ot A new process ha* beean found ot 1 canvas on which to work, and bo the steel' plow. The Chinese 1mm. or purchase a. small t/aet ot laud dally hot bath and school for bit term* thereof to construct railroad.no**

,orW. crosaroad and perhaps recovering tb* metal from low-grade bean unbcmpsred by war or politic*, grant.*, overflowing th* railroad cone, with perhap a cow and a Pi,. and children. Institution svsliable In th* purallellng th* Jspenese

Parla Of tile OruntPopulaUou ore at the Anshun Iron work wtuttb I th* enterprise being adroinistrrsa by where they are protected by military find themselvee welt on the road toIndependence. railroad aon. but hardly to be bad Several of these competing railroad Japin's .
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hue/ the ot UaBCHun result tha this ,.ar'* deficit will a highly efntrsllssd Bureaucracy guard* from th* hunghutau or Their crop this ytar elsewhere In Manchuria. Moreover already bav* oaeo "etartsd, but becoming

II10re tb.n dOUbled' ,. Increased It f be cut down by a.OOO.ooa. At tb* I mad* up *f tn* best bualoeaa brain* mounted nandlta are spreading out will provld more then! 4O per cent of he Ond tbe climate and the flat, protest because weak U at tb ttrsv* violation te atth

2Q.QO .ooo. within the last Pusnxia collieries even greater result* l& tb* cmplrs. Bom* obsfrver* proMr Into tb* .Us* densely populated dlstrtcu Uancburla'e expert*. monotonous landscapes of Manchuria flrmer would

\h.tgot tIIo rat"-4 "De twenty IIU are looked for tn th* recently-discov to'se* fn Msncjnurls a V18IOD. of and penetrating even Into lion W IUI'fI.pal wp_.Moi..tacreaiHogt I anything but to hi* Using for tbea* trestle* ta ocnnlved.' at It an4ntturally .

tl lle4 futtir 9aj p> where Domed 1 th rat of 700.0OO( a I.r. and wltb reason tb* eoutn Manchuria rail establish dsngerou* precedent
rl, Bt\oeo-f014. TIle ered, dry distillation process ot extracting the snMor goli tn* tribe* Are receding J I will losut staxuicbly
Qad A-" Il crude-oil from n>* mltnon* than tOOOOOOO acre elraad* to the wcitward. They ".V.I migration to th* United SUtea. Canada road ho* encouraged Chinese Immigration Jspan
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C .lllau.utlo).. wb re..... t I ot too*, ot shale. i.f<*uw.* time ,la I are under eultlvaltoa ta toW "lertll* edoptad wesMin. agricultural ._ ;, and AottraUa. hut off. It would relying on th* Industry and oa nee ,right.

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=-. ..- .. CARLTON WILL SUPPORT ........................ Gainesville were the guets of Mr. carpet grass has been shown by that has follow, .,!o rile 1
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C wide spread tents, says Mr. Greene Introduction *j
Bin's brother. C A. Blrt last Saturday MIL ,
TUB. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES vv A iiif T)rrt,%-TMlM .
and Sunday. to be one mature: animal per acre. these sun. -lovntc' .1 H

r ; Farmers & Farming Ad* JM I_.._. Car.C M.'. and Met. P. n. Hunt spent One animal on an acre of such pasturage the U, S:: llepar1nu paMtur ni' '.t

i pl'mln-r 6, 1928,-Since there ........ .........4...... the weuk-ond with Mr. Hunt's will make months continuous of the gains In lire. Buys MI rreune,; '
nine
C P. SaiwrrMTs through year searching through
daughter. Mrs. !
I ether
Is some discussion. as to ,
,} l' (Ry Agricultural Editor) on the mttlnat campaign my porttlon as I Misses May and Marlon Jones 11 A. Delft has rel'l.'lltlyrelurned the Southeast and will find some of about the saint' lalltb
have returned to their homo aftera to her home here after a grazing on the pasture during the the Gulf Coastal
._. _.... .. .. Democratic nominee for Governorwant he claims. Plain
--- -- ------- -- -- x eight-seeing, trip to Heattlo, 8an- vslt| inVi will)
1 to make that position clear
Farmers and Truckers: Are Invited to Contribute Articles I I Francisco, Portland and joints 'In W. B. Alexander and This, he points out la in strikIng out In the Souih
're'oKnlzft'olirR: as a party government -
Canada.: daughter, Wilma Mrs. M. L. May- contrasts with the results obtained The State I 1.1\, ',.
of Farm Experiences and Methods Found ; I urn a life long: Democrat Stork
Mrs. L. J. Wynfa and niece MUs" nard and eon W. 11. Jones were from grazing on forest Board points lint ,lie ,1

?' To lie Best Suited to Our Country faithful( to the principles of Jefferson Mary Lee Wynn, who have been visiting In Green Cove Springs! last grasses of the section. Experiments among those pasture ,,]
and Jackson, have twicebeen
,I. visiting friends and relatlvea In Sunday. extending over a period often ed. Bermuda Dallls oarJ
t I.I honored by the party am Its
.
I .. ____________-= ________ ._ .__._L __ .. South Carolina and Georgia, have years he declares, have shown es and lespeida lie well
J ---- ---- ---::--.. .. .. ---- ...- .-.. .. regular nominee and stand true returned to their home and reporta I the carrrylnff capacity of pasturesof of the vetches have,
r: to the state and natlnoal. "
SPI'f: 1.1LISTN! 'ravijHl'fiGKHTIOVH party pleasant trip. I .CITY ELECTION TfKSIHY! forest grasses to be an average adaplalblity to riorida" ,

Cut Over Lands : Foil I endorse' the national announced platform.views ii. J. Crlbbs of Clearwater, Fla., I of one head to ten acres and that matlc condltlnoa A demo
From of the
some In the guest of lilu' daughter Mrs, Only a small vote was cast In !an area of ten acres in such\ grasses In a small Way ,
Be Lower TIIK: .'.\1... ClARDKV.:: of Ibe'Prestdentlal> nominee I vigorously : with calf of gars 14.
the
fI Value dissent and reserve the H. B JohiB.Mrs. ) the city election Tuesday, little Interest will not carry a cow adaptability of BM,
R! K. Hardln of Jacksonville being manifested and all ''by' her side beyond the first six seen In its luxuriant
I 'The garden- good life right to defend my own views. in
Insurance was the guest of Mrs. M. L. candidates being elected; without months of the! year. miles of Florid,,', impro"
Paw IH to make an- but the with convictions. In
has keeping my
Grnsvenor policy to be taken !
east of the
Watterson tills All pasture grasses ways where
week meetingof It
At the special
opposition. has
Florida surrey, thin time out and the. premiums but doing so t do not silrrneder but b'-n
t other paid
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of Rev. Lewis of Waldo., filled his the council Tuesday evening Mississippi, including the famous to hold the shoulder
vlflw of fixing: the value neither conception -of the ott(]
with a require much if preserve my ''
any regular blue region of Kentucky, This
appointment at the Baptist the votes were canvasned and the grass. grass seems especial-
1j Y Florida rut-over lands. severalof money. Vegetables and fruits are presidency Probably people\v6ted (')church last, Sunday morningand following results announced: !says! Mr. Greene have been Introduced ed to the higher lands ]-
for I otl n
acting better like' reMervatfons. I
Mr. Dawe Is tonics than those! the patent for me with other country: while
evening. H. C. Wall. from some carpet
Mayor gram
!
owners of land In medicine Democrt I am not a i Iboll,
tb. largest; man sells. and they Being a
SonthernFlorida 1'>Ir. Herman Hardln and family Aldermen L. A Davis N. Stern- Blue grass, he says 'was broughtto well adapted to the
'western cwUrat. and foil much le"". And winter vegetables dictator and shall not assume to mo
of Jacksonville were h reta.Rt Wall. America by early French settlers tome and lespedeza
visiting berg and W. L.
to 10 boi
he> said and he plan are ,about as necessary as' command the Voters of Florida asto Ohio
Wednesday. } who planted it In the Those
collector Interested
Clerk Treasurer and tax
mak thorough analyst of summer Vegetables.. what they shall do or say I in dei
a more .
that contained I Mm. G. C. MtCoUky, of Lake C, A. Flitch valley: .where It was no well established pastures, Bays the Board,
than would drive be driven bya
the vubjrvt not or
romplla- Thus In the importance of the City returned to her home lust Tax Assessor C. A. Knight.: when the English; nettled do well to turn under
Industrial survey- Democrat. Where coercion begins -
t In the tall and winter garden pointed ; Sunday after a visit with her aunt Marshal A. L. Alvarez.At there. they thought It a native and now the seed of t the

t i t'Y ,, dl; tlon.In: tke Florida Industrial Survey ,, out by specialists of the Florida Democracy citizen 'the ends.free exercise I grant. of tof.'Vf'ry Mm. KUI Sparkman.Mr. the first meeting In Octoberthe
) would be College of Agriculture. SeptemberIs and Mrs A. A, Futch and council will appoint fire chief Taking a cue from the succens! them as they begin to "
and'conscience.
1' that It 111"0<
stated .

his
It was a mighty own judgment I --
Important
month for children of Loetiburg the -
spent city attorney, one member of city
td'' c' Important to land owner, to make the home that would have This Is the core 'of freedom ; the wee-end
such a. the with Mrs. Flitch's bond trustee*, night marshal, sad
a '
to produce
land
their rut-over garden, for then lean excellent very essence of Democracy.While sister l Mis. K. B. Wattemon.Mf. head of sanitary department,
;. 't email net Income or the propertywould hot unmindful 6f national
time to get the land
ready and and' Mrs. C L. Mouser have
be "a millstone around the plant the seed issues I am reminded that I am .
anew girl, who arrived last Wednesday -
Jle..k of the state," and "a lIabl1lyInlll..d \ Bloody Red beets not runnIng' for a national office "
and Cowhora July the 4th. It has been
,
The rumin.vH ( .\TTLFI) ISIH'STln')
1 > of an asset. surveyshowed and Purple Top White Globe but for Governor of Florida and ona
turnips named Norma Jean Houser.(
that heretofore forest platform peculiar to the needs -
n
should be planted Immediate. Rev: and Mrs. F.
M. Taylor were
The Gulf Coastal Plain Is the
product. have represented nearly ly. Cabbage and collard plants of the state. ,My greatest service friends
visiting and relatives In
business ) nation's largest potential area for
of the state's and the
34 cent therefore to Democracy
per should not be del ,
yel long In being Starke last Friday.
+ t the of the cattle Industry
'' development
cut-over
and that neglect of the net citizenship of, Florida will be Ina
out Shorthorn
carrots and Mrs. Tu+ern and daughter of Pa-
according to W. S. Greene
would the disappearance effort to solution :
land mean slucere find A
Blaekeye and Conch .
peas should latka ure/tha guests of :Mrs. Tilt-
I assistant husbandman of the U.S.
of Florida values" for the more Intimate problems of
also be planted at once. An 'early en's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Purs- Bureau' of Cattle Industry hegreat
.
the state.I
planting of Gherkin
w HTItAWIIIttlRY PLANTS ARK) cucumbers entered this campaign free I' ley.Mrs. plains of the West, says Mr.
will insure
having
sweet pickles A. A. McDonald who has
KXCKM.K.VT HIIAPK) NOW Greene have been depleted as feeding
IN from private promises, secret alliances *
within a few weeks. Early: Long been spending the summer months
grounds through overgrazing.The .
1 or special political obligations. -
Island eggplant, and
11. Strawberry Gradug Eng I In Switzerland returned to her grain producing sections of
Plant City Sept. 'I stand in that position
lIah are both. splendid fall
peas home here last Sunday.
1p plants ever the county are de- I and tcr enter and the Central and Eastern farmlands
today expect retire -
vegetables. and should
not be
y f i overlooked Mi. and Mm. J. W. BedenbuuRh markets
close the
condition to central ,
:f y r I clared to be In excelten from office In that same spirit.
to exceptionally were shopping in Starke last Saturday. are better adapted to producingfeed
an
and everything points I am giving this satement that
A liberal planting each of early ( S .
'l good season, according to every citizen may befully advisedas for finishing oft the cattle
Curly Kale and Octrlch Plume
Misses. Jessie Williams and Miss
who from tb.e nearby or more distant
C. P. Wright county agent to position and intelligently: I
my
mustard should be for 'I
_ provided Reba Maxwell, who are teachingat states. The cutting of vast
the round over away
has been making cast his ballot for or against me
_1, the county considerably duringthe onion every kitchen sets and"garden.,spinach White and salsify Pearl at the ''eteetloll accordIng Hellbronn Springs, spent the forests from the plain of the A REAL Tire
week-end with their here.
patents Southeast 'Mr. has
past few days to calls from should be given their rows. Early to his own judgment and says Greene
Rev Dickaon of Jacksonville
section. opened this great l section to the
farmers of this wlllh ".
that planted ; Pattypan squash and chives-just will preach! at the First Christian growth ot siiu-lovlng pasture
were
The berries DOYLE CARLTON
a few hills of each-should have
)in low ground of course 'were killed church of Hampton next Sunday plants' essential to the growth and theRIGHT
their places, the latter being at
very and eyenillg.A .
morning' [
: by the heavy rains. Mr. Wright development of the cattle,' and has
desirable for soup and gravies. A music te'St'was one series of revival
A meetings
,r aid, but those that were plantedon memory thereby opened the coastal slates
t. moderately high ground have small patch of parsley for garnishing of the features at the Duvat COUD-- will begin!!; at the Baptist church! to the development of the cattle Industry -

U.roul1lh'in Ese shape. We purposed will be found useful ty girl's club camp. Records were next Monday September 11th, 7-: .
come ; It also gives a splendid flavorto PRICE!
and composer Later ::30
haven't had too much rain for playnumbei-H\ p. m. Such sun-loving plants have by
and meats.Fastgrowing ''
h them he said soup the records were played again; and Mr. and Mrs. O. Haynes are 'accident says Mr. Greene found

The cool nights", hqve' been a vegetables are the girls asked to Identify them.. visiting In Lake Geneva this week. their way into the section, and
a more succulent and tender than
great help too, and everything: those that grow slowly. To MtHses Lore no Thomas and !\flss have proven not only their adapt

l points to an unusually good crop produce Bulb growers of Volusia County Clara May Sasser of Valdosta were ability to the section but their very

t this year, not only of berried but tapld fertilizer growth liberally.use) a good'commercial Also shipped three' Pear loads of narcissus recent /gueta of their aunt, Mrs. P. high value as pasturage planta. Goodyear Pathfinder Tires will speak

bulbs during one week in B. Hunt. Among thsee plants he names
In every line of produce. cultivate frequently- shallowly for themselves.: They're made and
i I.,, :, : l_( t August, Hays County Agent T. A. !Miss Ojune Adkins has as her Bermuda as the first to arrive, (a
If the plants lag dress
top
S MOW rOVKR: CHOP AM Brown. For these they received KlleMt thin week, her cousin !Miss native of Southern Europe, accord. guaranteed by Goodyear-which assures
i with a quickly availablefertili-
(. LET: UK) TO PREVENT:
$48.008. Ing to !Mr. Webster), Leapedza
Andreu.
zer and work with rake quality. And they're priced so
a
_.,, LOHM' OP PliANT I'OOI" > r was next to come, a legume of very
.
-- Mrs. M L. Maynard of,Alachuala
No-ma high value, accidentally introduced\ low ''you'll save yourself time and
l --Farmers of thtit section Plans are being completed( the guest of her daughter, Mrs.!
studies! on
Recent preliminary shipped 108 carload. watermelons a Flugler County Fair to be held W. I). Alexander from Japan. Like Bermuda he trouble by coming here first-no need
of manure
the decomposition green during thin ...ealOD.Jackllonvllle$30.000. just 'prior to the State Fair reports reports it han spread throughout

crops, conducted by the new four- L. T. Iceland' coimtyVgent.KXAMIN.tTlON Mrs. Elsie Sparkman had OH her the section. Carpet grasn" Is. Hated to shop around. We have your size,

l i ,1 Chemistry Department of the Flor- story apartment building will be ..----.. .. .-.....J 'y. guests last Sunday, Mr. and Mra. an a late arrival coming': either Clincher Side Balloon-
ids Experiment Station, IndicateS erected on Forsyth street. G. C. McCoUky! and daughter of from the Went Indies or from / Straight or,

S q, at citrus. growers should make a Plant pity-Rock being placedon TFu\C'IUn'H Lake City, Mr and Mrs.! DeWitt South or Central America. Dallas and we give you the kind of tire serv-

S, greater use of the mower and a Cherry and Whitehall streets. Teacher's examination will beheld and son, of Jacksonville! Mr. and and Vaney grasses, black medic

'lesser use of the plow.In Jacksonville --- $10,000 new theCourt House In Starke Mm. Chas Weeks- Jacksonvilleand some of the vetches and bur ice that brings you.more mileage.

these tests, decomposition Pan-American lining station under beginning 8 a. m., Thursday ( Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Wesleyand clovers are also mentioned.The .

took place rapidly when thet green construction. on St. Johns avenue September 20. son of Waldo. carrying capacity of a permanent

1 manure crop wan. moved find Vero Dl'ach-20 acre tract of It. B. Wiggins. lo"s. H. I.. flirt and children of pasture of lespedeza and

V plowed under to depth of four ----- ---- -
i farm land being developed on lat-
to six Inches. Especially In deep teral Road A near here. 1'j1 Supreme Service Station No.2 2

and, the decomposition released a
i ; \ Lake Butler Progress", being ,

i ,, j ultra ten--plant food- To rapidly made paving road Nos. 4$ and 56.IIIWT j1, Jules Verne Is to Blamz-Uc- Started It All I
that much of them, waa lost by 6141- .- '.- .
{ composition before the tre** were Hff"nmuon: :: : : TIME: TO STARKE, FLORIDA

able to utUlae them. Where the PLANT SWEET<: : PKAS FOllCIinMTMAH a

cover crop' wan mowed and left -

t onr top of t the ground, ct Olftpolllt.

lon took' place more slowly, and a September and October are the j .- -. --. .-- -- ------ -

better use .f the released. nitrates. month for planting sweet peas A7 rYIE "., o

I was obtained. for winter flowers says W: I* PyRNevJP

Since one (Of 'the chief objects Floyd professor horticulture In %Buick is the News

growing green manure crops l Is the College of Agriculture. Those Y ,, % eW

ot supply additional .plant food to planted in September will make \\C ,

.S S the trees* It would seem from these /flowers by Christmas, while those ,

a preliminary tests that simply mowIng planted In October should bloomIn

the cover crop and letting It January.

UA results. in a better utilization The soil on which sweet peas Zs. $ 1' .Fax I *l anL "s. ',' l rk
,
tii .,of the. plant food especially are to be grown should have plenty
C
sandy soils, says Or. R. M. Raeh of organic; matter. In addition I J ,

.h I nette, assistant chemist, who bad about one pound of commercial s + a .

charge of the experiments. fertiliser should be used for each

square :yard planted. Select the
j I.KT: PHOTKCT: 'OR.V heavier soils for sweet pas where- "a. rlMitrE99 OIiJevRM.rAyw

FROM WKKYII'i: : e.\n no't: ever possible advises professor
aN 'PANAMA CANAj. Ra
Misrr.i'iuni: DEN: IT Floyd. .

4 Pt s--- When the plants reach* a heightof < of

f What's tbe. use to work and slave two Othree Inches they should Graceful I contours instead

{ Making crops we then don't save? be thinned to a distance of,four I

The little blackish corn weevil Inches apart. Light: poultry wire .rImightlines..fhe gleam and fps oJH

t' Is not at all a small evil. make a very !good trellis. The

dive him a dose of "high life" gas plants should be watered at least ofd on&nnlcolors chrome PM"

HI. dirty work will then be past once a week during: dry weather,

I ran across a little eye opener as sweet peas require a large instead of drab effects t e
'' In regard to the damage caused amount of water. ing :

4 to the corn crop each year by weevil If red spiders or plant lice attack bJli1

*. It Is estimated that the FlorIda the' plants spraying and dustIng moseauocs i eve h"

corn crop this year will be will be necessary. Oust the Buick's bodies by Fie

Ie I 12.555,000 bushels. It is also estimated red spiders with sulphur and spray masterpiece

that one-fifth of this or the lice with tobacco extraet.I* ..,. .. -, e *

2,611,000 bushels will be destroyed MPRE99 ORAUwTRAWAw y'', At a time when motor car beauty inside and out tie sib.; M...
by weevils this winter. chew? Ar yo.vbNAMq + Fiabet .re
was practically .Can ....diaed- bodies by ,nil.
What can you sell a bushel of Husk the corn In the field or John Henry Mean when imitation wa the vt>giMrwlient beautiful eves built.T.gether ,
and Charles
core form in community! Multiply as soon It la harvested Caps wonderful Dew u.1Mt
your RIt Place 7.13.: ) there was a flaring' lack, of the II,4ifyd'i
C.aet on the i
the selling: price of a bushel the husked corn In the air-tight "OlympicaeroM' t TF TFf originality body deiigu-Buick p form.nce lDtrudU

of :earn by the number of bushels receptacle and set the carbon bi' she Atlnnuo from New York: by an- bas iweptlat beyond. the commonSilver: ; Annivr Buwk'.;.... ash

+ 1t that .will be destroyed by weevils sulphide in a shallow pan on top plan. scroos Europe and -.ula oa tile place and achieved a style which. winning the grestestdthe J ,ffl ,.

and 'you will find Indeed that this of the corn. Two pounds will be "Xmprtts of Russ $"across the ftctBe ; l ss entire country U arclanning es the greatest prefer"1"*

pent !Is. no mall evil.-At 80 centsa needed for every 100 cubic feet !. hours ahead ot sehsxfulet and .y :: : the moat distinctive sal brautiful joyed Ity say fine carr

bushel for corn the loss in Florid of space. If the bin t la 4 x lOx 5 airplane from Victor* to New Tr. ever nhownl b the M .r
circled the a*>e* in 23 da,.. 16 1I0 rs. TKi new Buick i *4
tf this year wilt be over a million' feet or 290: cubic feet 4 pounds' 91 minutes me&Ult,"
and IS second, a rreora- lrbeetheworld'.foremost builder Aadbythat U *.
t4 dollars. It to that of carbon bisulphide will be 't. '?*
seems me nee '
breaking and wtoundlng hle'tmeat. -' 4t 6 il.aocCcR7Aq'ee, iNarA a .v of automobile be ii... baa cooperated new type of beauty-: *
tt would bo much cheaper to conetrot ed. That Is en. way to go amend turnui* 001 la "" '
f with Bukk, the world'sforeimMt thrilling .lrT.jjt
thl peat with carbon blsculphlde I KKeep the bin closed for at lei world but U recall the ChinaMrt's teal who went around the world *a trtgapore and Its evergrowing docks bulkier of fine car, to>> ijn-bat a arutco.

Sit, or "hlgb life." least 30(>> minutes. The carbon bi' remark about the tobc*gas the Empress ot Australia, a year..fo: amazed u*. and lovely' Ceylon enchanted create a new mode new! fashion. \08uel!

While the crIbs are empty or sulphide forms a gas rapidly and iWo.Zlpps 11.8walkee back a "W. pUlled in luxurious comfort,tree us. But Hawaii wound Iteelf -and ...
milel"Another' m lumiuou Glie result and .!"
S s nearly so before harvest begins penetrates every crevice In the from say care or irritating reiponalblllty [about our bear., and to t.. bluntIng N IVE
I
Is a good time to make' the rat- bin. It is highly' Inflamable and I globe 1 la to way board to a circumnavigate salsas 'aoMbip the WIth sheltered from continent ease we to bad continent unfolded through'Aloha regretful Oe we tee saw*."It fs.de' ; awf 10 it that eagerly\ Buick"U the.great public factories welcoming.Iu..ereaxhed

Irt proof and ""eeYIe-roo'. To treat Ore must be kept away from It. :I Uk. Ute EJnp_ v* Australia. which to us the *oul-p netraUna nugnin Those on the big ntmftifff uurtat new protloc'tioa UnrcU in BUICKWII.Mf[ I

corn with carbon Msnlpblde. itj6 1 have used this method sev kl>. front Nr* York December 1. 148. eence and the somewhat repellent her next voyage will spend Chnetnuw with aa ever'

r Is necessary' to have an air tightcffnfsfrfefj eral years, and find that It I.I Is and devote 139 days M vuiUng and fanatical condition of India and dla.. In the Holy Land: and Hew Year's Iacreaaingdsmodp ... *'4-'
r actually wiag tn. wonder of :31 traughth yet ever' thrtlllngly: ingress Eve in
J ..1'70il 'don't 'want to cheaper than boarding weevils! : Cairo see Japan In plum-
,
I eouatrta.n4 M ,pot oa a grand tag CBtna. We steamed up aadL r + make, the whole crib air-tight when my stock need all the corn tour ot :moo mil.,_,1M..... tongevin. I the dangerous Pearl River and MWnritnand : China India Java Egypt the

k with ventilating windows, why produced on the place anyway. I *". that of the tntrepld &I..... and the devastation of Canton. Philippine. Hawaii the Panama

} t i not >flx ups bIg bin for the pur- don't have any corn to throw" (:(,II,.,. This view wu well expressed I Mysterious Java and almost untouched Canal Havana and other woode

i' ... pose'ofttreating'lbecorn\ : Jn Jbatv -, way, BJ bad; Iww! .I>>4-Tyloei.:: OC M -_. tumatraj held us spellbound., _pou $00 ziunMious to yoantton.Y.... Register Motor Company

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I ,.r t: glaes bread case, one onlc wood\ floor TIl.UN: 14'iIEDUI.IS hair or said Mpwolal Tax. Bohool Dltrlct I". IMu'e Itr MiHiclal. and Local Lawa. Kelattngt to the Pay of of the Member House It appearing affidavit appendedto ,.
\ for dlnplay window one tobacco cut No.' .0. In the event ladder' for Ire. and the. same/ 1* hereby agreed" to of the Bnnte and th. nUll of Complaint In that r
onesthen ter. 1 ch...tu, > cutter, one anointment KfTectlre July 16th. trains will aid 1 bonds tallato' comply with the and shall he submitted to the elvotore of Representative cause pending In the Circuit Court .
t iiuidfurd, Coun-, window dlHpluyfi fur Hhoim, one window run us follows: piirohaH airreemvnt. The auoceeefulbidder of the fttll te of Florida for approval lit It Resolved by I the Legislature for Hradford County Florida. toChancery d
dlnpliiy for shirts and "I..., : : I tit> the t State of Florida: wherein Uladys Durden l III
one wilt. bo fuHilnhe.l approving in- reJiK-tlon et thenext. gen.erul -
latllb w .\ ,"?. ;a corporation set. fixture for store tICH nil milt No 1. SouthImuml }oe'ul.) due IOI11n Inn of bond attorney of national Nle,'''"" of Iteiirem-ntallvea to That Section Four (f ), Article Complainant' and J. N, Durden la defcmlimt. f 4
'lainwill j I and. coat hanirerit.ann. refrigerator, Starke 10:4(1: (> p in. 'reputation without chance. The be held 'n I the first Tuesday .after Three (8)). of the Constitution of the .. Hill for divorce that the ,

on National Cash. rrglsler one safe. No. 11, no ut him u ml local due board l reserves the right t.. reject the flrxt Monday In November" A. l>. State! of Florida, relating! tiuthn..' l ly. residence l l of the defendant. therein : '
n and nil other nxtur In the more any or all hid*. In! :Si. That IK to way, than Suction, I of members of the Senatu and .lieHutine .1, N. Inn-den In unknown .and that
build!HIT w here (C H. Huberts at Stnrku 11:23: 1m.. U W. KlPKMTErt{ 11 of artlvle'lll or the Oonxtltutlonof uf Keprenentutlvi khuil .be there l Is no person In the tat. of +

rock 1 uI ,kh.rln"* Hale. .Urahuin. Florida, hit* been "running No. 2, Northbound )local due Chairman Hoard of Public J LI. I h.lInt.! .. or Florida shall lanmiHted ... submitted to the eli-iiurn, of the Florida the Hervlce of a xubpnenaupon ( .
sIrr ,I'I' rbuvelneexitled! .tt more. Alao I all that certain Hlockof utructlnn uf Kradford to, road an follows: Stiito of Florida, for adoption or re whom wnulil hind said defendant '
I dry good, Clothes| notion. KhofH, Stui-ka 0:24: : a. m. > County KUu Ida.ATTUHT "Section, St. In all cases enumnrated leetinh at the next (general <>lictlotiof and Hint mild defendant In over '
.hoPUi e'' ,, i I' ,me 12th day of. hate and etc., now !located. in that N.' 12, nurlhhuunit local due In the pruoedlnflr. .xet.iii>i. ," Ui-iruKi| >ntutlvcM to he held. on the. the. age of it year! It In therefore )/ I ;'
I,+ I W. J. KpperRiatlford certain More buildingwhere C !l. If. H. WllllllNSjI..er..tarN lawn shall be general and of uniform lust TucHduy after tho firm Monday ordffiil that said defendant. he and S ,/
Carp Count Roberta has been runnlnir his more Starke 3:0(1: ( p, w.No. Hrmrrt of Public In- operation throughout the $tale of the month' of November: A.: U.) hn I I. rexiiUred to appear to said Bill :
"I| upon. and will at lira ham. Florida" levied 107 llmltfil In. 198M. and that said lertlun Four < 4 or I'nrn"I"IIII..d In nald Cause nilMonday I
well upon H HoutlibouiHt ) due ""r.uet Ivn of Uradforit County. but nil ruses not enumerated or I
( II ut public out; : the> property of C. H. Holiei-tii' tosatiety h'rorkia.. excrptrd In that section' the Legislators shall bi notnndel, to ,read eu follow: the let day of October A. I>
aho* .' ,,.1' of the court the aforeCHld execution, and Starke 1:20: p. m. (Seals 817111914.NOTU' may pans npoclul. or local ilL wa HeiiaturM, nnd members ut tile louse 1H2H: at the Court holreen, Htarke: IAHrattford

aaoll I'MI I 1 U-a, ' 1 ,lr ,w it and >ated this the 30th day of August!!! *" provldod In the Constitution: ..I.*i>'liirH In tho ronpectlverountlen the nllegatlnn- said bill or l>>m-
,, the leThlih A. Starke 5:4)4: ) p. m. mid.. districts for which!' they ",
I d during V. 1928. Provided That >n) local I plaint. will be taken an confeniied.Jt ,
Is .between \V. J Wannee : '': 0V 1i:1.IiC'SIO'llW'JlEnl : : : notice are" chosen; Thv pay, of members of ?
t'SIijrow r"in" '' EPPERSON. Branch -'No. 101 leaves bill shall be pnsned unless of \ In. further ordered that this order I +
Hid Two p. m.J Sheriff of Bradford, County, Florida Starke 8:30: a. m.; No. 102 ar- ,,111'\0' Intention to apply" therefor shnll (Inc Senate and I lions' ot HtipretinntatlvoM ''II.! published once< H weekfor' 'I f d
.' '' day of October described; Ft* AI. J OH Nsi, have been t I .., In the locality shall' not uxiMted. twelve tlolhim four """""""live weeks In the Bradford
m, ,.I.iiH1 ;' Jawing. d Attorney for Plaintiff 8-3l-6t-8-29 i rives 2:10: p. m. A'I.!' The I.ea'lelalure' of where the matter or thing tn be affected and fifty cents (UI2.r.1I1 u day County Telegraph' a newspaper 4
pro, ,il 1 property! In Brad'flduVi T: J. Griffin.rTlt'i.7 1037.:: under the Conxtltutlnn of 1885, may be situated, which notion ; for eiich day i.l Hennlon ; and Mileageto of ireiieral circulation publlxheil In I. ) r
I ,-' : I of the Htal of Florida, did pans four shell stoat, the HUbMtaiire of the contemplated and frum. Ihvlr I homes >u the seat Kradfnrd. county. Florida. I ,
.rWof
bees I : North. Thoy Kay That Joint Resolutions propoBlnir' ainend- and shall bo puhllNhed of lovernnieiit] out to exceed ten unite and ordered. at Htarke, Florida .
ott t I .,)1'' l acre In North- meat. to the Count Itiitlun. of the at leant, II1W1 rty days prior to the rents title( )) a mile each way by the thin tttlh day of August, A. IX I r
) of Ktnte of Florida, and the name were nenr.'Ht and most practicable; route
i ulhw.'nt quarter Introduction of I IIC'H. '
Into the oglnlature
:\( TO lun. nM : : :
1'1811 I .. dud 5 acres InNorthw."t The weather 'In Turkey :1'rld to by a vote of three-flftha Much bill, and In the manner to bo Thin Amendment shall gu i0to effect O. W. ALnF. MAN 1 '
oftthaw I n ..t I,. of IB' Moist and member .elected to each provided I by luw. The evidence that at midnight.. cm ecember XI. Olerk. Circuit Court for Bradrard. I '1'
I i r ,?, ,t quarter! and Murlcey The Board of Bom Trunteea of house; that the vote on ,said Joint such notice him been publl..hed shall. 1W24, wit limit the HHcesslty ut Leg- (AI iAi.) County.Flnrlda. 1 I' ) It tJ
.I', '' of Northeast; i, But females in bloomer Bradford County Florida, will receive RftRolutlona were entered upon their be eHtabllMned. In the Lpirliiliitiii'O hflllll,,". By C. A, KNIGHT. ''I S

00 "" 01... .Ihwent quarter
''I boi ) exceptunichaners before .' While over In China the Uth day of September. A. D. nays and direct that the said having affidavit or proof of publication The votes cast In compliance with "
1928, at the office of the Secretoryin. attached to the proponed hill
t be submitted said proposed amendments" and the t '
I de eds '' r'.Twnxh'lp' I 7 1928., Soutrj all The climate is finer the City Hall In Btarke. Joint the eleotora Resolutions ol! the state nt the Ken-to when the sonic I I. Introduced. In either .canvass derlaratlons' and returns tlC1Ql "( ,; < n 1r 1rm

'ar4, 184 acres But limited 'railwa Yt and at I that turns" publicly openedFlot for eral P/ect:! lon In November HI2H. 1 branch, of the Legislature, and t tll".f.. plinll be xnbjerted. to the ; I
Itr t IlInr,,: Alse'miningr Kant, half of 'mice One Eight Koot .Serve '
. on the diner. are ll1e..1| tOo submit Secretary" of State of are prnvldotl by law, for general! elections : I
the irert.andofaMoutheast ,i offer: for One Ailunm Grader In trade the State of Florida do hereby give \ III the Stats if Florlila. and a Full Line ofUndertakers'
It Board the Senate and uf the house of HepronenlBtlviH -
The reserves' right toreject IN TM8TIMONY: : WlllSnR-
notice that
riltlKroJ i t, I r.li 30. Township 7 or all bldn.K. aitl / which entries nhall Immediately
C any
OF I have hereunto net j
100 !liOTIN OP \ppi.irtTiovTAX ; Dolt ( ;II'\ I. 1If'I'IO" ;
In
II] Hunt' -onto Ing- S. MATTHEWS: o journal' entry' Supplies I
'' .
1a1lK'' ,, AIBO North half ( IUF.U Chairman.C will be held In each. county In Florida showing the I Ot'ol.I.t: I of the bill.t'rovided my hand and affixed theI } '
"I next succeeding the ( I rent Son I of HIM State
on Tuesday
Northwest -
?.. quarter, of Township 7.K.inr A. FtTTCH.Secretary. first llfonday\ In November A. !>., .. however, no publication of (SEAL! ) of l Florida. nt TnltnhasKHB AUTOMOBILE HEAR3BAlwtr I"'+ G
? .1 i I i. 32, Notice IK hereby given. that 8t7Bt14.!> any local or special" law U required the "
containing 20 I* (1. 192!*. the Hnld Tttemlnv lielnir thaMVIH Capital, tlijn' the I' E
a' !: Powell holder of Tux hereunder when each local uf *... "li 'L,
Uertlllcnte Ot
NOVKMHF.It twenty-lift
Also beginning No I UY 010' : day July. .a kaa4. The Intl .es.es .
clal law contain ,
\" provision to the '
u f Northeast corner 204 the Oth day of July A. h I>. 10211. for the ratltlcntlon or rejection! of effect that the name u hall not become A. U. HI2N.II. at the !***>> rile*. Me..ll .4- II I '1 .
,.W 4111. >! nil Went! 435 yds. loran, flied said. certldcnte In my. ofllceand \()'I'I'JoJ TO IIIIM!>KII'x" I the I said Joint Resolutions proposingamendments 1 operative or efTectlve until the name CLAY CHAWFOHll ,..11_ t. t.I....".. _._ I .i //1t
y thence, made application for Tux lieed to the CoiiHtltutlon ofthe '.214t-11. :tNeoretary!!: !: Btale.INOTICH .. ItEQIII1'KRItO ac..u
r: l ::1 i yardn to iHHiie thereon ha* been rutUled or approved a I I
accordance with Slate of Florida via
; ,rote throes north 113 1-8 law. The Hoard of Bund Trustees of : majority of the qualified! electors! I
,, in point of beginning In Said ferflftVate embraces the fol- Bradford County Florida. will receive A JOINT Amendment ItKSOLUTION: to Section rroponlnn 84 of participating In an election! called, In C. JONES ,It i {: it? 'Q '

)I,, ri, wn-hlli 7. South, Range lowing described situate bldft" till 2:110: o'clock 1'. M.. on Article III of the Constitution of the territory affected by wild .I>e- ; hl

"t ''"d,,, ontulnlng 10 acres.am In Northeast Bradford County quarter property,, Florid I of Houtheaxt, tto-wit: i.. 11128 the ,l )at Ul the day off of I en September of the, Hecretaryat A. ]>., the Htate and ot Florida Municipal Relating tlovornment to clal or local law. County In, Circuit', Fhirldn.. I <, Court Iiv for Cbnncery.THW Ttraitford. STARKE. FLA. (' t.t.DEWITI' l't.II {. ,

iiclnn at .Southeast County A JOINT RESOLUTION Propoalng STATH fF FMiltlUA' 1..1) 'titIII
"< quarter of Section 25 'owns hip 8, the City Halt-In Rtarkr Florida .. .
,Ion H4, and run west, .South Range 23 Hunt equal0' / acres.. : and at that limn I bids will puuIlcllv It Resolved by the Legislature of an Amendment, to Suction 10. Article J. N.; I DIMtlHON) ) : (InietlntcWe : \ I Itortes I
ththl "- 1 North 20 J-balnn,. The assessment of said I opened for. net XII of the Constitution or the ,
of Florida --- -
property under State
loi') ,-halns to Section said Certificate. t Issued wan" In the I One Five Ton Caterpillar Tra..tor.Hldtl.r. 'J'hathe following amendment to State of Florida', Relating. to I'MII-
suith 80 chains to-th .* will he expected to submit | cation; Authorising. Dlvlnlon
name of UNKNOWN Section. 24 of Article lit of the'Con-
f I inlng', 1 being about 200 UllleMH ffitltl ('prlln..ale shall lie ''I offer for ome' lied Thirty Tractor: Ht.llntlon of the State of Florida relatlnK of Countlen: Into Special Tax lllatrlrta ; ,
l h In Section 24, I 1'rovldlng for the lOlectlon: Ih
-r In trade. ;
'?" redeemed according can charlie
to
Law and
Tux
rfi. uih. Hangs 20 ISast.quarter Hoard to County municipal gov of School Trustees Their Term of l your
and El1l1t I>e..dVIU iHsuei theroon! on the Ixt I The rexerven the right to'reJ..t ernment. In hereby. agreed to and YES 8 UKS 1 t
Ollloe and Duties
all lildx. and for LevyIng -
| any or ;
day of October A. p. 1928. shall he submitted to the elector of "
1 .. thw it quarter and I )O.. and Collection of District
t lAated thin 28th day. of August K. MATTHRWM, the State at the /next general election a
STOHAGE BATTERY In
,si, 'n-tcr. of Southwest of A., D. 19,211. ChaIrman. of lleoreHenlallveit( lit 1928, for School Tax for School Legislature ISmit.h's ; tll
Be
,d Ni.nli halt Houthir a. W. ALDERMAN d. A. FUTCIl ectlon.ectlon It Resolved by the
ii I mil' SoutheuBt quarter (Seal) '"- Clerk : : Recretnry. fl-17-5t-l-l! approval. r. \w hallentabllah of the State of Florida! .i $, ,
:\ : Circuit Court 24. The Legislature ( ,
li, iiiart|, <>r of Seet That the following Amendment to r ; ; r
Bradford
Florida.831.6t9.28. uniform of
County an system 1 ,
,, terStiti of Section 23, and ___ f'I'I1-1 '111s'M.4LN7The County: andmunicipal government.which ; Htltutlon. of the State ot ],'
1 be applicable Inraseewhere
4t t jn line 4O. chalnx NOTICK Or \rl' shall special except for lating to ,,education be. and the same Starke
.K'TIOKOH; local law
lastn : ( or la hereby agreed to and shall ba .u b.mltt..t ; ,. ,ter l
TAX ))#oI'U: : Cuuntlen are by I.lature ) Garage J
South .
tliencii 20 chainsi may .. nconsistent to the elector. of- the Stateat
that b
i it uf Klllnlll"'. AlHWbeluilns Board of Pnhllc Instruction of the General Election!: of Itepreaentatlve Fla.
therewith. The shall by
Legislature
r I Went of Nortrtrin.i Notice !1. hereby given! that I.. O. Bradford County Florida will at the general law classify citle. and town.ILccordlntr to be held In192H for approval gal
of Kertlnn 25 and runI Powell holder of Tux Ortlllcutu Nfl olllce of the Wet-relury of the Hoard or rejection. That nail. Section ,
e I > fefl, I hence Went 234 249. 'he 6th day. of July A, 1) 11126 receive up. to ltOI: noun on the !loth to population and their*hallbyKenernl 10 hall be amended no an to
thence'' has tiled Bald Certificate law provide for Incorporation ."."'-- ..-:-= ..
r, N' ,rlli 1539 feet. Hi my onlco day of H"I>rtenlbe! 1M2N bldn for the read a* follow:
I I.in u. the, point of beeln.'Jlhlllg and made application for tax deed purchase of '2.00il.t( ( () of bonda o tSpeclel tlon government dutlen and, privileges Jurlndlc- '"Section. 10. The Legislature may
i tb S acres more or to iHnue thereon! In accordance with Tux Hchonl lntrlct No. III; under powers auch clasnlllcatlonei and provide for the dlvlalon of any county I
no
law. Said Certldcato. embrace the Maid liondn to bear date of August local or Counties Into convenient school II'J.' t
law
pedal
Incorporating
Ihci fellow)n IT described! n>er- followlngr'deiicrlhed property! situate 1. 1921 to be In the denomination cltlea'\ or town, providing for their dlntrlct; and for the election biennially
or
r rlttowlt: One cable In Bradford County Florl'lii, to-wIt: of 1HIO.OO, to bear. Interest at the government, jurlHdlctloti of three arhoot trustee, who R. DAVIS & CO.
and dresses, one table HoutheaHt quarter of Northwnttt rate of 6'/j per cent per annum Uutle and shall be power hall hold their oHIce for two year,
rig, :"i dress mlrrow, one quarter Hectlon 2 Township T. Houth payable Heml-annually, prlnlcpaiand prlvlletfeH passed and who shall have the supervisionof
1 l 'l 1 Ivory shelving, 3 paper lian e.22 Kant, total, 40 acre*. Interest of said' hands. to lie payable by 'the Legislature, all' the school within the district
'|1,1,< l thread cablnetn. one The. n ssesxniPt f ivald properly. n* Ito ottlco of the 1 Hanover I ; and for the levying and t nI. Ftl t
E ,Ia", lacly'H dress flrmnter ., 3 under said ('.Certlfcale Issued win In National Hank In HIM City ofi New A JOINT nESOMJTION1 Proposing. lection of a district retool tax for INSURANCEAGENCY l '
"nit UNKNOWN, York state of New York. bond. lube an Amendment to Article III, 8ec the exclusive use' of the public free ,
I r;llnni shoe nealiv one Unless said ceftincute. shall be redeemed In denomination and to become tiun 21. or the Constitution of the schools within the District whenever + '
IK liurroughs Adding. alwa'ding: to. law, Tux Deed due and puyaliln an follow, : Ktate' of' Florida Relating to theVuHHiiKe a majority of the qualified electors :; e
", ,in! Me I M 11'1 ran one I*, u. will IflMiie thereon on tie|, let day of l.mo.ou( on August 1 1. 1931 and by the Ijeglnlature or Special thereof that nay'a tax on realor
'II"i iflle desk one oNce October A. l>. MI2N. ".0011.00 on August"" trot In each of or Fjocal Lawn.Be personal property shall vote In ESTABLISHED 1886-
nI, inn''ry ,,cabinet one set l&te thla. 28ll day of August A. the year I :i2"lo JUliO inclusive It Resolved by the I, gl.lature favor_ of such levy.A ,
"a'" t nit ono shirt display D. 1S2S. It In reiiiilrud that each bidder. deposit of the, State bf Florida I :
.1e, fui UiiJl,' dresses, one O. W ArnE RMAN. with hi* bid a itnhler'i or cur- That I the tollowlnor intlndm to JOINT nRSOLUTION: Proponing
all electrlo light flxHll.ifl SEAL) Cleric Circuit Court tilled check to the amount of 1600.00. Hurt Ion 21 of Article. lit nt the Con- nil Amendment tn Suction. Four STARKE FLA.
1 : globes and etc, ouKiiiT Bradford county. Florida. which check shall be forfeited to the Htllutlun or the State of Irlnrldn're-' ', (4), Article Three ((3) of the. Constitution i
I '"I in center, one 8-31-St-O 19. Board of Public Instruction on be- hating to the passage by the!; I.elfl.- of Ohio Slate nt Florida I LI'f'

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/ | the product. which: ktePJaPau! s fa > uy's

e {, I in opvrsuoii) ana provide einI i l I

I ployment for the' txces population. I, ''
TT TTn
11UEN.. ., fe.4sel' y1E+ I America long regarded is the 1'' r I
'
day YtANCHIIRIArILeN h, eta : -- -- --._ _.. .oo, s.. .yr,... 4 J + ) I world' greatest melting pets be n I
Boom
Manchuria. ,',:' ,i managed to assimilate people of many I + 1
ot .
the Caliicrnla and Yukon races, but Manchuria Is absorbing

rlllhee or the opening up of .' t ,b F; t I'a"t ,o n + < I "/ tivs, f ; a fh < millions of Chinese, notoriously the 1 : y4
# 'A k /3't" t, !- unmalleable 1 1
ilia territory am recalled u ) e 1 w >rv. .L /l most race on earth. The

newcomers however seem to beresd-. I 1E
immigrant by the hundred '"F': 1 -adapting' themselves to western
I nele t R f;Il" li
from the 7JX 1)JJXpet r rr "
war-torn prov9 innovation They have learned bowto I

at Sbantung and Chlhlt.. .t- Improve their. Dreed of sheep and ?I 1 I

IeoI b J prupecu of peas and cattle; how to rout their crops and

C of Dow to enrich the loll. Bteam. electric
**"
Of rlc1' land ,
"
rsa4y I"
r.nnlnll. .... power. and gasoline-driven machinery
streaming Into< Uiw
C 1It Coln.." I : have supplanted the native ox-cart. ;
eager to make new I
a for I jI jn the windmill and the primitive water ,'

are 01nt Bl.t: Oalrea The'at JellO"t.be'I wheel. 'p;

Of 2,000 a CIa,. while more than ',r M' +Ir'-w., N,4.0.MMNIL.a gllr ,ew' What Japan baa accomplished In a Ire. '
''NOrrla I have material way In Manchuria seemt. almost : E\
mllP'acect to the
r Of opportunity! before th. a miracle. end the American: 'I rj i' v
u,
o taAlPGN HI'iRtOt 0t tourist from the observation platform III I I
Pin haa made this Jeal'l q666 I' of the Dalren express Dnd difficulty
Ii'
porlbIs hllLl
1Plahting! WMtera ',' ,, In reconciling preconceived impression "I 1
.- IIIJI'! "
:
( 111111. YaUeva Of what Ia "knows < "' 'c"; '.'''''?'''''''-' \#, #'*:< .!' ,' ,. ". be Imagined that Manchuria, If a of the Orient' with factory '

I lh4 &Iu-ee eastern pro.lncea of I > '. ,., '( ,"" '''ft'0" ,iif- I land of promise for th. Chinese lctil tram, power 'thotwee \ 'r"'r"cblmaes.

j ,.here, between< the ttaotin would o* equally attractive. to the ., tractors crane and iam 1 Ij;! "

, '\IUla\ anlS the "Prailroad .. ;, 1 ;iJ colonist from Japan But while Inducement shovel all In the same picture will H

a 0' rasome 80tI have been made to Jtpanesa crumbling/ mud walla. thouwod-t.as- :

I Of Steel fane and settlers, experiment. In coloni old lamsssarle. and shrine. Her. U
a D&n'OW rail- e le,, : J'l".
101'1' protected by 4 NIPPON 8q11)C,..vlf'fi'.N0 *r. f action have met with scant success. anywhere East and West meet ,
Japanese
I \
lilt developed ',rl The stolid Chinese farmer l* content These contrasts have been mad I t
by Japanese r S
1&1 until l* tae become th* most rather a* a civilizing agency than asa 'the shadow of the Imperial tom.... wlth little. He 1* essentially a plodder possibl to a great extent through J r

jand Progreniir region ot tint I trancpovtatloD tyitcm. bee. Invested thu creating/ almost\ overnlgbt a new Y and h* accept gratefully what Japan' success in freeing Manchuria 11'' +

, "tb; acme lOOAOO.OOO.la Amer1caD equip. and Immensely important Utdtutry. the country has to offer. After. having from civil war. II .4 1 r

I Wake Of the South N&a- men0, ba developed collieries cad At the agricultural experiment eta. lived on grass and root in bu China. too deeply sunk In her own"'" '\14\ I.. r.,

'hptn railroad OYDec1 _d, operated Iron work and ha Introduced weetm Won at Kungehullng: new ue* have native province, and being robbed civil war to get say perspective, ba I"r IJ. ++

bare come DlOdUDo mad, acrtealtwal nwthotW Into the been developed for the eoy bas the alternately by the tax collector ,and been looking vita longing eyes ena 11 '

tr1a cities with paved .cn.1e. ancient land of the Mancbue. baa of more tban a ecore of material- ,the bandit a Held of rice or soya Jspsn's achievement and now that ':. I

Ito lI&bte, park.. P>*rgroun
'boola, 11_.. I1oIpttaJa. pubUbh"0 the country te not only the influi of to paint and Y&l'DI.h. sap and blgbjexploelvc him order. baa been seeking despite treaty ,

and imprweelve rove ol settler but the successful effort on *. CJII/. ,. The Japanese. 1* more fastldlou reservation to duplicate. Japan's sua-

IIIereIaJ bQ1)dlnp. Dainm. only UM part of the Japeoea eclentine. to The clvUlsatloo Introduced by the +lfa(2GRrh4TS' I' 7rIRrNG 'IV +: H* I is frugal* according: to western ores In Manchuria. 1
,",. standards of living but not frugal What I* regarded by Japan a* a
agy 81aJ0CI0r01le. aaU" Increaee' the yield of field and dock Japaneee la' more modern even than .
01 ."tlJaRe.. enough nor Is lie content to wan for serious menace: to her program I* the '
Ita the valueof anything to be found la "Toklo
enhance or '
Qa\ebed bUQ and otherwise to of this
valleys
III1fC o P1t Ut. mud .." 18 tolI111tr Uancbunaf' natural reaour_ Yokohama but Japan ha bad a clean as many more II.long fallow the land and I'od. and It t* not long after their. ripening crops, but demands Immediate tendency oa the par of the (azltsee 'I i
waiting bit
> of ,Arrival that.they ere enabled to rentor returns. Ifs also bl to treaties, and In violation ot
poI:. requires Ignore
of 900,000. 0_ oftai. A new process bas beeen found ofrecoterlng can*** on- which to work and ha the steel plow. Th Chinese }
III'. immigrant purchase o. small tract of land dally hot ,
bath and school for bit the term thereof to construct bales i
crOlMroalia been ,
and the metal from lowgradeor unhampered by war or politic *.
pernape overflowing the"
Of the railroad cone, with perhaps a cow and a pig and children Institution available In the paralleling the Japanese railroad.Beveral .
Orient. with the being admtruetered
Axuhun Iron worka enterprise bya where
the
lie a* tny arc
protected
th. by military find them/wives well on the road to railroad '
lIOns, but hardly to be bad of these competing railroad
( OPUlaUOQ OC kfaaoteun the result that CIlia year'e defielt will highly centralized bunauaraoymade t guard* from the I
logs &b.o bunghutcu ot Independence. Their crop this year elsewhere tn Manohu/la. Moreover already have been etarted. but J*. Epan's
doubled oo.ooo. At the .f the beat. viulne
ta. up brain
I.acnued
be down by
bl cut mountedbaadlta.. S';
29W. WlCbID remit l In the Bom are spreading out will provide more than 40 per cent of h* had* the climate and the flat proteet. weak at am. t* peeooIng / !4 ,.
t. less twenty ruahun oolllerte swan greater empire. obayrvtre profee Into tb* lee densely '
populated .
u district Manchuria's
.
lot the '_ eiporte. monotonous landscape of Manchurta. flrmer because If the violation at
n rRro.d tans ace are looked for In the rtceutlydbK'Overedsdry In Manchuria: a lMoakof : and
Puy nearly 1It1eea-foJ4.: dlettUatlaa pmtLee of extradlnf I Ute rutU.'Japiiei.: I where psnrtrstlng/ even into Uongolta with Jypaare.pwpuLtloa'incr.sstnq. 'anything but to hie liking for the** the trestles la connived at n would ,
n. the: nomad .
Way? .qu.0-gov.rs. erwtefwU from O* mimoneof I More than MOOOO.OOO acre already 'cedlna to -b. westward.trthe are r. ..t the rate or 70O.OOO( a year and with teaeona the South Manchuria railroad establish dangerous precedent end ,
L1'btut4oq They have emigration to the United States. Ceaad ba. encouraged Chinese Immigration lIitLunU will Insist,
mttitSs. *' tn ra ... undo Cultivation la Japan staunchly:
r
ngutfa Itself Maw ot etude C po* te I. : tarn fertile ,adoytd VMMTA. 1
.Ji agrlcultutaj oistb- : and Australia abut oS.. It would relying. on th* Industry sail ob. be* tight* '

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The Train fur Slumberland --
Telegraph headline. Die a natural death at
Bradford: County The schedule says at six o'clock. a very natural early age.-starke '
i Telegraph: But you can't always
Established 1877 The train starts for Slumberland; when wantto.

.1. __ ....;" .. .-. . .-...- -.---. The passenger is ready, and* die.-a Palm natural Beach death Independent.you M1'

a Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class The train crew is on hand.. REMOVAL

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida No /sound' of bell or "all aboard. Irttrlck Henry said: "Give me NO'I'ICOn ]
Liberty or the Saturday Evening
E. Matthews_____________________Owner and Publisher Like the regular choo-choo train; Post."-Thais awful Avery. Reminds ,

"" { J. C. Robinson_________________________ Managing Editor But, "Sleep, my baby, sleep in peace," us of. the lady who said to .
__ Is bellboy, "Can you send me upa
I the mother's sweet refrain.No the
mimt
_* -.- .. --- .. -- -m m "* 'Country GentlemanT" "No,
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SUBSCRIPTION RATE sleeping car is on that train.. mtt'm," he implied, "but how aboutan

.. Instead is the mother's arms; Asheville CItUenT"-Grove-
,I Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance ,. sent for September'15t1i we-Jwill be ,
So thoy in
Advertising Rates on Application. In which the passenger feels secure land Graphic.- >};," our ne"vLion .
the W6man's Home Companion.
-. -g.i -- sy J""" .P"'*-igrTg'._ rSSgS -!- SS-- "'*---r-.. -- \ And safe from the night's alarm. Tarpon Springs Leader.! .! on Walnut Street'.whicl} is .just 1 four

The sandman comes, the train arrives..
?' :. DEMOCRATIC; : { NOMINEES They're in Slumberland on time; Man lives by frfcudshlpa. Life s utho f our,present location and! opposite!

(National and State Offices) and ,' ,
without those human.contact?
: ..,r A prayer is offered by ,the crew, .. ister's .Garage. ,
',. .r(' For Presidential Electors- the sweet Interdependence of one x
n Please, God, keep watch o'er mine. would! be
"
another
;' I, : CLYDE W. ATKINSON human being ou
.', SARAH LANDRUM CAWTIION Keep watch while darkness covers all, drab and dismal. Friendships are
the salt of Ufe and the sugar We shall continue to handle
yes
a S. W. DEESEJ. .O'er life's treasure and my joy ; a tmi lil
too Man lives and works, rejoicesand
WALKER KE1IOE So when morning comes, he'll still be mine,
ROBERT O. PARKER .suffers, for and with his Staple and Fancy groceries, seeds 0l'all
j Just mama's little boy. trleuda. It Is a rare exception that
STEPHEN M. SPAIIKMAN. SR.
man has wrought a great work fruits and vegetables and
D. P. WELLSHis any we wish: to; tall
e For United States Senator without friends to cheer him on I

trla PARK TRAMMELL for whose sake be Is willing to opportunity of thanking our )
i denunciation of religious prejudice in politics is especially I patron! for
i and die If need be
"ri For Congress Second District strive struggle ,
t R. A. GREEN applicable to this campaign.Love -SelectedBradford past support and to ask: for a conunuatij

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,tits u i,' I For Governor DOYLE E. CARLTON may be blind, but most o girl can tell a fine sport Is now the champion the same'at our newrlocution.
strawberry county of Florida, according -
, + roadster from a flivver.-Clermont I'ress. Which
1 ,. For Secretary of State- proves to the Florida State Mar-
I } H.: CLAY CRAWFORD nothing less than that gold-digging is the basis of modern keting Bureau having shipped 25C

i For Comptroller- love perhaps.-Miami Beach Sun. Someone else has been on carloads Into the Northern mar- .
ERNEST AMOS kets last Benson, while Hlllsboro- SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
the beach in the moonlight. }
I the next highest In strawberry -
ugh /
J .F : For Commissioner! of Agriculture
0' shipped 202. For
production
lf ., NATHAN MAYO ,' .
Hastings and St. Augustine royally entertained the Bradford county Starke, Lawtey
J
,y' For Railroad Commissioners and Brooker are the principal 10 pounds best'granulated sugar for
S TaRAGraphcrs Monday, the only cloud on an othefwise per-
r MRS. R. L. EATON shipping-points, and for Hlllsboro-
*., A. S. WELLS fect day being the failure of "Jiggs" of Tarpon Springs and ugh county, strawberry shipments (With each Order of $3.00 or morel

s 1 .* ', For State Senator- ';. Leslie George of Cross: City to appear to partake of Brew- center around Plant City* Bradford -

; E. M. JOHNS ster's vodka, and the salt air at St. Augustine. county has been raising and
j t : marketing this luscious fruit for We maintain a delivery truck for your coiiencc. /,\
H For Representative \ 0'- the past 36 years, and the industry -
; GEO. W. MAZEN Watched a youngster trying to get a wheelbarrow from i Is one of the main Items of revenue M .
for the farmers of that sect
the pavement to the sidewarlk by butting the wheel againstthe
; School days are here again. ; / ion. Plant City, on account of its (
ti o high curbing. Failing to do so after several attempts, he being further south, markets the i

reversed the process and pulled the vehicle over the curbing first strawberries grown In the
$ Reception, deception, retrospection. each winter, of iI
United States some WHITE & SON
easily. Reminded the writer of our Hoovercrats who are but forward I J.V..
i -o-- the shipments even going:
ting their heads against the stone wall of prejudice to no In late November, with the season
is credit to that modern city.
Gainesville's theatre
i new a avail and working against every interest of the Southland by opening up In earnest In Decem- Telephone 58
t; o ? ber. Bradford shipments follow L
not pulling with his party.
I Hoover is not a Catholic but his party certainly believes closely ou the heels of those of I
-o-- Hlllsborough and the season open-I __ -__
in the holy oil. Ing In January, continues until
i Many PaRAGraphers have been writing bits of alleged -
o late Hardee also
spring.
verse, starting off with "L king out of my window. Thatis considerable strawberries.The county -.--. .
Lake cabbage 'must have been a good one. ships
county
crop
it easy for those whore gifted, for by the windows of news- shipments from the state of

j v Lcesburg has a new cigar factory. paper offices flow the steady stream of life in till its phasesthe Florida runs Into the millions of

o % quarts during a seasou.- -TlmesUnlon. .
serious, the comical, the sight that brings a throb of .
Bootleggers in Philadelphia have a Blue Book. Their \
1 joy or sadness, a glimpse of friend or stranger-and the resultant .

product gives consumers a blue look. verse carries ,to its readers a bit of life. A Georgia Love storyThere

f' o .Is young fellow In our StWs
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Bradenton Herald says war on 'Ijeggeru is to be continued.In county who has a sweetheart and
An explanation from some of those who say they are they each use snuff the young man
this modern and time be
day more specific. furnishing It. They both live in
going to .vote the Democratic ticket straight, through with
o the exception of Smftlj{ >> would be interesting. Neither the prei- the.country live miles apart. Last
Saturday he went to the I tore'litd
Vote for Hoover if you wish-that is your priviliege,
dent or vice president 1"w'iII.have their names on the ticket- bought two extra boxes of Hooster -
4'" bat don't call yourself democrat after doing: "
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a so
the Voters simply vote for the Democratic presidential electors Snuff, being the kind they have
r 0 been using during their court \
the Republican presidential electors. In cither
or case at
; + + Gainesville' Daily Sun's special theatre issue Sunday was ships. The next day afternoon the
you vote for or against two candidates-president and. vice fellow dressed up, drove over with
; brim full of interesting news of the now Florida Theatre. president. :: the intention of spending the remainder -
,
t r't o ( of the day in a lover's '

s Some of the organizations opposing Smith for president o snuff dipping. But upon arriving
: The millenninum'--the day you can read a column of and reaching after his choice t You Had Prepared for ;
j wIll have to undergo a debunking process after November 6. paragraphs without finding some reference to the flapper or snuff found that he had left' It t

o In another coat pocket. Of
course
? Even a town as small as Starke would be improved under her trimmings.-Starke Telegraph. You can frequently find It is useless to say that. the owner
l such a column in the Independent. Maybe that's the reason of the Buuff was soon back at Rainey Day
Democratic administration Let's hear Hoovercrat
,i'i' a laugh
a why some people say it's dull.-Palm Beach Independent. home with both boxes In! his pocket -

t that off., 1 ........ h- They'are so interesting you should enjoy reading them after only returning.gotten a but little to piece his sorrow when had his

1 o they are put in -type, Uncle Ben, and that is more than most car broke down preventing any Start; putting aside regular weekly amoiij
l ; "Highway Neck era Under Law's Eye" reads a headline love words being exchanged between
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y l in the Palatka News. It simply wouldn't do, for the neck to L'aRAGraphers do. the ,two that day disappointment in preparation for the next rainy clay-

be above the eye.Gainesville o being .caused: by the savings plans will make it easy. One dolj
"The one hundred per cent Americans in Bradford absence ot two little boxes of

o county" who are Democrats are standing by the party's, nom- taunt, which, (: may have delayed a will start an account and'set your feet fir
News editor says he has cancelled his subscription wedding.*.-Dahlonega (Ga.) Nugget '
inee regardless of his religion. When Smith publicly stated the of thrift and foresight. You'lj
l 4 to the Whiz Bang and has taken up the reading of on path
that his country'came; firsthe had his four terras as governor
the state exchanges. We wonder? : account \\ilUi
>r POLITICAL POT surprised how quickly
'J."II your
of the state of New York to prove his' statement. Until ,,
o is "his obedienceto Dr..Straton bus challenged Governor if aside small weekly amoun'j'
proof submitted! that Smith yielded first you justput a
"Behind AI Smith are all the forces of hell in America"says Smith to debate with him
the Rev Straton. And opposing him are all the forces of a foreign power" instead of to the wishes of the peopleof In Florida. Pretty sate bet when thrift account at this bank is the best in:
New York state while governor the voters can safely relyon jia, knows Governor Smith Is a
1 '' fear hatred and intolerance. his actions when he is president. thousand miles Away Florida people ante against financial worry.

L o y want to know why the preach

In order to eliminate the lame duck Congress, why not -.. er-politician crlAwft bed In New

j'i i hold elections on April 1?-1'unta Gorda Herald. We have too i York..--Gainesville Sun. BRADFORD COUNTY' BANK(]

I : many jokes holding public offices as it is. [ FROM 1 OTHER PENSThe .I laat Some week of that the Carlton dallies announced Ruth Bryan

o Owen and Lex Green were all Bradford County' Financial StronghojSTARKE
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One observer states that the Pope would have. to go some -- of the state nominees who had not

y if he even remained in telephoning distance of the Protestant gossip tells all she knows strut her stuff,, next spring when :as yet endorsed the entire party

w churches in their efforts to rule this country. and borrows a great deal of Information old Sol puts the blush on the ber ticket. Lex Green,lias' it easy with 'FLORIDA
''lip front the neighbors. rtes.-Times-Union. his| Republican opponent and could: .
n -o 'Times-Union. And draws heavily do more good for the national
'; j Ex-Governor Catts stated in he turned the ticket In.his own district than 'any
Homestead that upon her Imaglnatlon.UradtordCo. Short time ago press room ==- '- .-'--

down $25,000 offered him by Democrats to stump the state Telegraph. And by no means IK ot the Bradford County Telegraph, man we know.-Gainesville New _.
always to be designated by the pro. published at Starke. was damagedby --- -
for Al Smith. Check cash or express money order? noun "she."--Tallahassee State Are. The rest of the brick building Twenty Aye years ago the'wheat Kill Germ Laden Flies

'II. oAs News. housing the newspaper was un farmers ,were, getting less than a

)'; x Mr. Catts has refused the Democrats [ injured. The Telegraph however, dollar aJbushel for their grain and dkt.pth.",.....7. B..Brand losact Powder gR
$25,000 speak-
was not delayed In publication by were paying $:5 for a mower and or Liquid kills F......Ants.Roach..Poultry BEE
ing fund, we it be Dr. Straton He has Starko wears the 1928 strawber- Lie.Moaqaitoas.FI....0d .
move! given to Roach the damage, and in a short timea lens ban. $100 (or a binder. In Bug ,end other In1 I'oedrr
4 helped Smith's: cause since he has been in Florida. iy( producing belt, Hanford:! has new press room better equipped 1928.. hey are paying $76 and 1 > eacts.Won spot or statn.Una powder on plants I0.A2 (
worn the celery belt for years and mojo. ; ; .nd pats. Wtlt M for FREE uuttl bookhl. If foe Ah
and
for from
than the former will be in use. ida mower $225to dealer i3r"
o there l Is a little town la Nassau cant supply w*will ship by parcel post al l0c
Issue the Telegraph says; *250 for a binder-and they arbstilt
recent prices named. McCORMJCK .
.Md.
CO-.B
uraoc* .
4 Phil Armstrong is endeavoring to make kissing more county by the name of Milliard "Contract for the construction of getting lees than a dollar for

popular saying kissing will remove freckles. Don't konw that has just cause ti. crow over the Telegraph's new press room their wheat It Is to the correction

.about the freckles but kissing is said to be bad on the drugstore Us records poultry from and year egg to production yearTimee ,- was of awarded Gainesville to Smith and&work: Thompson baa- Governor of this fundamental Smith has turned InJulltlce'tltat his attention 9 9Higft /

complexions. -Ualon. been started. At this time the walls And |t la this! same funds/" e

It o about two-thirds completed and mental problem that Herbert I1 i _
The Dob Holly claims that, kiss Is the contractors expect to have the Hoover has refused so much as to '
Telegraph's Pal
society editor says ,the AGraphers electricity, but there U. nothing root tm by the last of the week. recognise.-:Punta Gorda Herald. ,
meeting at St. Augustine and Hastings was an unqualified shocking In'that statement. The addition to the present building Nine years of prohibition under A ICgflAA

(success, if such affairs are judged by the number of days Times-Union. But where does .BobmeterApopky will be 41 feet long concrete republican rule baa demonstratedthat ODOR
If from the effects. Chief. Why at tile being used and the entire he' Republican party has
f necessary
I 1 her ohm.-Madlson Enterprise building to be> stuccoed. While part tailed miserably In carrying on "a
o Recorder Watt thalf.:-Otala of the new equipment to replace noble experiment/Are loyal dry

We have it on the l perfectly good authority of Dr. Stra- Banner. Its time for the circuit the press room machinery Is arriving democrats: so'well satisfied with and
breaker to dropbefore the reading It will be a matter of three the experiment that they are willing VarnishEnamel
; ton that the Almighty "is not on the side of Tammany Hall. public gets a shock.-Brad- or our weeks yet before the Telegraph for the republican party to Grade .Paint

t That's a perfectly true statement, for we sincerely believe lie ford County Telegraph. This seems I, t'ao\turn out an Issue In Its continue" twit} It.-Ocala. Star. and Lacquer *

M is above Smith Hoover and Straton and only concerned with to have become the current subject own plant." -TImes-Unloa. ,
the souls of tor dlllcu llon.-Cla, County, Sev ntT-fiye home demonstration At New Low Prices
ld .t men. e..r Time. It thin keeps on some one Attention. Plant City and stub: women and girls of Ala-

pp will land la a dry cell.-o.luell- Starke: The latest Paris oddity Is cbui eounty took. part In 'the pro- DeWitt C. JonesHARDWARE

+5i For the benefit of those who have forgotten the address ville Dally News. bathing In strawberry juice which grant fiven. otf Monday night of
Is claimed to be very beneficial to Farmera Weeks, at the t'nlvemltyinMJudMUt.'Tha "
_ k ) ,made'by'Wjlliam Jennings Bryan Madison Square Garden : .club
t Starke. the new strawberry. | "* skin, by... .leadMsParlsrybpdcian.DleQatcb.l '- members:! put t ,
inI94y: ilia Telegraph is reprinting it i in full'in this issue. kingdom of Florida plans tq 1 I. Times-Union. on. original program. t


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