Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 5, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Clerks And Ins;]pectors Democratic Meeting Hoover Leading DYER SEES END OF I : VI i

Smith Again In ;
For No\rember Election Afternoon : WHITE SUPREMACYHiiforcrincitt' i / ;:

Saturday Poll
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Commissioners. Ilerelve Petitions 'WILL HERALD << ,Arts!= Will Follow FREE MOTION

for PlMlng State CandidateOn Courthouse, 2 O'clockVoters Smith: it Getting Many of hide )louver's Election) bays PICTURES TO '

TUkrt. FLORIDA FACTS Votes JFrotn Former blleeuurbti, ) ,
-- of Bradford county lire invited to lies H'llublll-a! 1I0111'IU9mol: BE SHOWN
The board of count; cominmlssloners 1'Igbty; Newspapers of Htate Will
of Bradford county. Florida Issue Kditiona.: Congressman Allard M. Casque of South Cnrolin; Hoover again leads Smith In the

//I met in regular geasiou. Monday speak at the courthouse Saturday afternoon, second week's returns from twelve Have rlvrn AVedjin Through The United States depart me M;
October ist, 1928 with all' Lake Slates In the Literary Digest' heart<< of Solid<< I Mouth, IKrlarca of
Wales 27. Final agrlciilturo
) Sept. o'clock in the interests: of Democracy. The epe sometime ago d fa
members present aa follows: Louis 19000.000 ballot Prcsldcnllu"straw" Author of Lurlr'Ut elded I
arrangements have been made for i carry to tho farmer
Crews J, er will be introduced by Congressman Lex Green Hill.tit. @ rF
It. Hill, chairman. J. O. the Issuance of Know Florida Better << ) pofl.! dairymen and others, valuab ,
I, Underbill 0. W. Illnson andL editions 1,y"about eighty FlorIda of Starke. Smith Is ,given<< 92.85S votes or ways of performing different kiD< j
n. Calnoy. newspapers, all editions to :111 per cent, and Hoover has 198- Louis: Mo., Sept 29.: (Special of service for I ho greatest good I ''
Minutes of lust meeting road and come out on December 25. when :292 or 07 per cent of the total of to the 'I'elcrraph.ReprrRcllta.! ) all cnnrnriicd.' A truck has be!
approved. the mutter prepared by State Do FollowiiiK the speaking the Democrats will per 294,247 votes reported received I live L. C. flyer Republican<< of equipped' with every detail to pro]
1'otltlon received with 25 names purtn'ent of Agriculture bureau feet county organization to support' both stat The 2 per font remainder Is dlatrlbnted I tho 12th Missouri Congressional! oily carry out the alma of the d ,rpartneuii.
und more requesting that the name of Immigration, Is released. and national tickets. An invitation is extended t << among the three minor I I District, today talked\ about euforcrmonta The pictures are e 7+
r of W. V. Knott bo placed upon the Tho dale of the editions was set candidates.A ( acts for tlio 14th and Rectally mudo to promote llvestoe "
general election ticket as candidate at a meeting of tho committee ev 'yvoler in Bradford) county to come and Ilea significant! feature of tho hell : 15th amendments to I Iho constitution rtevelopuicnt\ In the southeaster

for state treasurer. Same from the Florida Pros Association why they should support the Democratic ticket. Is that over ouo-half of Smith's of the United Stains It will states. and stock owners who hat I 1/1/ ,
wan accepted, and name .ordered which sponsors the edition votes' (10 date liavu come from for bo recalled<<\ tluit Mr. Dyer In 1823: vlowed this picture lu otht<< ;'I, fr I \
placed upon Bald ticket. as a contribution to advance imbllclty mer Republican voters while lnti-LxluciMl his unit-lynching bill Southern states as well as FlorIda '4)( "
Petition received with 25 names for the coming winter soar -- --- Hoover lint. Jlllnecouly\ about 12 I which passed tho lower house ofcongress derived t thus greatest amoui
rcq minting that the name of Step son In Florida, held at Avon Purl per rent ot hU strength from erstwhile ) by H Iwo I -to-ono vote possible of vuluabln Informatlot 11,, ''S L 11
hen M. Sparkman. Sr., be placed a few days ago. The committee VOTERS URGED Finding of Mor Democrats according to all It went to thug senate and whllo I ho Tho truck Is equipped! with motto fll';I" 1.
upon the general election ticket an la compelled of Nate Heece of the analysis of "how the same voter majority of Iho I Henutq wan In favor picture tiro-proof outfit The ptiI If '
candidate for presidential elector. Arcadia Arcadian, Gilbert Freeman TO STAY TRUE Bodies May RJ ise voted In 1921."' of II. tlio Sou I hern senators Invoked I loons shown arc entirely educt "; I
Same was accepted and name ordered of the Avon Park Pilot and No ti'turiiM are scheduled aiJ a Illlbiibttir\ and killed( tho I tlonul mill deal Hlmont wholly wit l _; I .p
placed upon mild ticket. J. Worthlngton of the Luke bill. aKrk-iilluro und livestock II I '
TO DEMOCRACY Hurricane TolDiscovery having been received, yet from allY ralsltt) '
Petition received with 25 names Wales Highlander und have ")Jut Hoover will blow fho 'nol- both 1 from.
t they of t the Stales In the "Solid South', nn educational point < ''r i+ p,
requesting that the name of Sarah traveled nearly 8,000 miles In Maryland dhows 11,560 voles for South to pieces In November' view/ ; und Iho pictures<< whlqli wj( 4 1..'
Landrum Cawthon be placed upon Florida this summer, selling the (j. O. I'. Responsible for Corruption of AiMltloniU.. letlmHeiHiilttl Hoover aa against 7,396 for Nulil Mr. Dyer toduy. ho shown will bo viewed by peop': ""j fi Q N
the general election ticket as candidate ilea to the newspapers of tho state Knys Flc1'bcr.! In 1'i"Bean nay tr 5 Hmllh. "It In Just iiii 10111'111111111 rouxon- of all ages\' with (the greatest lute I :'p)
for presidential elector. As a result about eighty will issue The Democratic strength In (this ublu for coiifrreMH lu enact laws OMt. Tliern arc five reels of pi : ;
Same was accepted and name ordered simultaneously special IHHUOS Voters WeHt Palm Hcach, Sept 29.-- for llio rigid clifcirrenient of Ihesu lures mid Included In the
St.:! Petersburg, Sept. 28.-- that thc death oil for 192M! poll Is twice that of (Iho 1921 lot air \
placed upon said ticket. Know Florida Hotter will bo their! of )Florida wore urged. to remain PiiHslblllty poll nt tho came relatlvu time slid two amend nu'iilH us: to have Iho Home whlcli depict beautiful<< tnout; e+
Tlio following were taken up and the Iho Florida hurricane already In Volwtead net for the inifurrcmont, (lulu In f lA"
theme mutter was prepur true, to tho principle ot with comparative returns Tho scenery! llio National Foi i ,
being laid over from last meeting; ed by Grovenor Duwe from the democracy to which they have adhered figures that run disastrously high' Literary Digest points out. CoolIdge of tho 18th amendment," (Dyer tlslf4, l
I'otltlon' of Mr. and Mrs. Moody to monumental report ho has turned since 1870 by Duncan U. may lake another lfuh8tanUat'rlll0WPl'O was then leading Duels by a mild, "Tho 14 I Ih uud IGlh amendincuts There will bo no admlaslc'1'cluirgcis + FR
bo placed upon pauper roll; same out for tho Department of Agrlcul States seen today with tho r'port' have provision for enforcement and no collection -'
: Fletcher, senior United senator margin of over I to 1. It Is said. aitiiken ,
rcfUHcd. Petition of Mamie Pyler It is thus of more bodloH discovered! in the laws JUKI. the has Iho educational. .
lure. thoroughly au- from Florida In an ed e Irnas while Hoover now leads Smith by HUDIO an ; display 'U
to be placed upon pauper roll; thentlc and nil facts presented maybe delivered before a crowd which 1 Pelican! flay district. 2: to 1. In the',,final returns tho t Iho 18th niniinilmcnt." for I Ihn, benefit of the farmers MI; E I
Name refused. Petition of Mrs. relied on. packed the big Baptist tabernacle The ot newly discover' C'oolldRo: lead :was reduced to los Illume South tor IIIII'M IH-fcul stockmen and 1 all 1 that la require, I II' t ,
Strickland to be placed upon pau- News preparing to mid Incites" papers putout hero last night. than 2 to 1. If I time Democrat! prenniico everyone InteoHlid. ;' ;
por roll, was laid over until next these editions will supplement Tho senator, at whom there uro J Dr. William J. Hiu-k, of P hoke8 aspirant now gains similar for tho enforcement of tho lllhamendineut \ !. It N believed that the ev< l y
regular meeting of said board. the facts about the state with others only five In the United States Hen- Hiild, Omen us of diHpijsalof t /;' I tljo bodICH )- strength as (lie present poll pro pusaed the houtto by fling will b) profitably spent Jt, i4 ;
Jerry Parks, pauper being reported la reference to their own communities ate his Hculora In service, deplored urn being considered/anb(\ null grooves! It la: presaged that the con a volo of twu-to-ono. It went to The schedule has been arrau/c JI.':
dead his name ordered IhlH U settleil searchers .wit not the and liud\ tho of mid I which
and thus a tremendous the Injection of the religious INSIIO test will\ bo closely fought penato support ) will cover practically t
stricken from pauper roll. quantity of favorable publicity Into the (campaign flayed tho republican enter the district<< to recoverthi While )Hoover In leading Smith a. majority of tlio senators, but thoSouthern aecllonti of (bo county. >*
Tho name of J. 1 15. Kirby ordered about the state will be put forth. party as the party of corruption bodies. They have been +locatoi by :30,814 lo 12,822 votes' In the =: Dcmocnitle senators look Vanderbilt, Thursday, Oct 4t'at >' s
upon pauper roll and' be paid Many of the papers participating and read documents whlcbho but not counted or removed'ao<< )far'I !lattvr's native stale of Now York, advantage of tho filibuster and pro- 7:30 p. nn. iHUlng.
}5,00 month KfTorlH;! to liibtull pumps' which, routed Its >omlng to vole !'i the i ip
per rend word that they are oclllui declared proved I hat the ro- It In Indicated that these votes aro < a Friday, Oct Cthr at 7:; ;
Upon motion and seconded the large quantities of their papers Ii pnbllcan national organization, will drain the water from Iho' only n fraction of the total, to be senll.to.Hud the despotic rules of in. 1 ,+
board agreed to pay 125.00 for advance .to people who will circulate was jiiHt an guilty of boodling and farm lands back Into the lake now received und Include ua yet none lute senate been changed an Vice: 'Kelloy,"Saturday, Oct. 6th 7si: '+ y A 't
fixing chimney and fireplace In office them throughout tho north other crimes In connection with form the prlneljJal'work 'of the from Now York City PruMldent DHWOH demanded\ und p. lit ,

of tax collector. The Florida Press Association I the scandals among republican office ttnglneers In the area. Repairs of worked tor.. giving the uiiliutM fair _Now Rlvni, .Mittirlnv.. .."..JI .til..... .0.........1 m .
Upon motion S. S. Lee, pauper feels that it !bas made quito a con holders the lust eight years, as I the dykes also IS-l1ecellllafY,before and eerie rules to work under, It 7.30; p. m.HumpHon. :
was dieted I from $7.00 per month uldorablo contribution to Its state I were tlio Individuals the.maolvua. the pumps can begin working( Df Knott Named To wuuld have boon an easy matterto Tuesday, Oct. 9th, i !; a
lo 110.00 per month. III preparing those editions. Hmltir Pn Petition' \ received asking that '" A illghtrlblJl wan paid ,U*'Uov. will be possible to restore ,some Succeed LuningThere booomo) a law (Urvham/ Wednesday, Oct. lOt[' y
J JOIla Parker bo placed upon pauper Smith the democratic candidate, of I the farmers to their landtr in "Tlio pauuugu of IhlH bill would at 7:30: : ) p, m. r
roll. Homo was refilled.ft. Jax Bootlegger duclarl1lg that ho iiottseused I the; about a month I -- have led to Iho enactment: of a law .Hrookcr, Thiirtiday. Oct. 11th, tat a t
S. llyrd appeared beforu the throe "rnAttrlbules\ of a. utales- lliiitloii8: art being receivedat l>emor U And One Itrpub for (the enforcement of the ICIh 7:30: p. iii. '':I y u
board and made application for Killed By A Dry man honenly! competency aud the American ned Croon head liven KxH-ctedi: | <<1 to'Hun amendment also, and would have Hampton, Friday. Oct. 12th i '. i 1.\\
pauper, allowance, for Annlu Yar- faithfulness, and added 1 t that the I quarters hero that tho campaign l''yr Office given Iho nogro his full rights us 7.30: : p. w. !II
brougli. Same was laid over until Agent In Battle candidate deserved the vote of for fund. In the north la auecdliiKH guaranteed) these cotiutitutlouultuiioridmeiits. !' ThorosBtt, Saturday Oct. I3f :>j jat '$
Tallahassee Fla. I Sept, 28.Aa .
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Best merlins of board.The member of the democratic 7:30: ( p. In. : !ifllouldruln
following were placed! upon every Word from Governor Weeks / state auditor W. V. Kuolt appointed "As U In IhtiHO ainundtnentHmiiuuut ; :
party, not on a basin:: of party" regularity now, Monday. Vet 16t f e
(the widow's pension fund: Mra. I''ohlfllll; ('11111<<'11 Onto IIH Auto, but on a measure of true of Vermont, says that hula state to succeed John U. Liming to only thti scraps of paper 7:30: : ( p. lit.Starke ,.
Maggie Ill-owning.! $7.00 |per 4111)4.1 log Then 11<<'Cllls.I I I worth will moro than false Its hurrk-uno yesterday1 by,Governor Martin pro they are printed upon und they remain Woinun'n Club Tucud t, +
month ; Mrs. Lotlo :Stllley.:> $5 p++r Senator Fletcher recalled that '1 uotll. pared (Iu take over the office of scraps of paper' at tho hundu Oct. 16th, ut 7.30: p. m. l'1' .
month; Mrs. Maggie Forayth $3.110 Jacksonville Sept 26.-John O.llyslcr Ills own vote had been cast for the state treasurer ho, left nearly 29( of llio Southern HenutorH whoso The pictures at each school I; I t el
per month; Mrs. Ktlu ItoYnl r I N, 34, reputed bootlegger, eighteenth amendment time Vol years ago, Indications were that coimtltueuts; : yell tho loudoKl, about dlcatud above. will bo start
3.50 per month: i.irs. Milliard dleif; In u hospital here tonight aa stead act and every subsequent A \VOHI) OF (J.\UTION lime democratic party would have niilllflcatlon at any one who dares promplly ut 7:30 p. m.,. and tat I "
Broughton 14.00 per month; the( result of a bullet riddling by measure offered for tbe strengthening at least three candidates' for the question! (the wisdom of the 18th in ens with their families are urge. j"!' t 1
Mrs Elisabeth Drydeu. $3.50 pcr hope King, :26: federal prohibition of the prohibition law and In the ,November election amendment and\ the Volstead net, lo be on hand promptly In order P .1 ;1 34
nice I Ii.Hood. agent who was In a hospital tonight said that be was not afraid that Editor Tlmee-Unlout: We are too against ono republican aspirant for I am opposed to prohibition set the full benefit of the plcturai' }| |
of K.; W. Hayes aa notary suffering painful wounds asa Smith or congress or any other prone to consider that laws arc n. Hudson Burr of Miami. former and would vole to teapeul tho Ifllh : ,, '
public presented and approved. result of a gun battle between set of men would made to govern and regulate the chairman of the t I Florida rail anienJmcnt.Iliifoicfinent. '
man or ever
l'Ierk3cm, inliiHtrctorci| C4TN' ryUutlI Larosse to Brooker : ,
iiectlo: llyslcr woe: shot live limes by back liquor. and regulate us personally wo Blatant state comptroller and Mr.Iuott'wcro "/ that In done however, I
The board appointed lhe".*.,Huw- the dry agent, who attemptod to lenders on Platform. consider them bad laws. the prospective ImmedIate am In favor ,of enforcing (the pro- Road Contract L ""r.i t
lug clerks and inspectors to nerve Mop J Hysler'a car as It started Seated on tho platform with the Under the primary election/ laws democratic repreaeutallon. I. Ii ilbltlou HUiomJiiK.'iit an\ bent wo can/ ;
at general election to be held on across u loll blrdgo over tho bt senator were prominent democrats of Florid. can lucre bo a Hoover It was learnod hero yesterday ''bY |ruvldliiK tundra and limo iioctm- At : ;j : r
November Dili, 1928. Johns river here. King was shot including Mrs Lois J,;. Tanner na- Democrat ? We are advised that that petitions fur placing the name 'vary machinery. I huvo HO voted According: to u'nowa Item puj1' : I;
O. II. ho onto (the of Mr. Burr oil tho general clcc- Hulled In the (Jalncsvlllo HvcnliNewB !}
when stepped
Precinct No.1, Lawtoy-- twice lonal committeewoman for Florida Lucre are many who claim to he teretoforo and will continue lo 'r
Pearce clerk, and James/ Iloslor..T. miming board, of .the I cur, which statp", and county officers, democratic' Democrats and who participated lon ballot wero already being pro- do uo while I inn n member of of Hept, 26lh, contract f' ( ;J
A. Howe und R. A. Illancbard.Inspectors. had stopped .to pay lolls and ordered nominees editors and min In thu last Democratic primary pared for circulation lu tho sixty uotigroua: as lUllus/ tho 18th hurd-fnirfuriiig of the Project ': + r
cut off the motor. seven, counties of the stab as ro- Lu r r os u i1.
Hysler.to t'could not
sters. election, and sumo candidates who Hinnndinolit Bland, c' '.
(North) \ walt driving the car qulrcd by law. Mr. Knott today t'o/ilMlcnt 'In fl. M. y, Is now engaged t.'
I'recliirt No. T.: Starko "Hysler While the Smith; meeting was in were Humiliated !In tho last prim; d., othorwlrfb und bo
,V. A Scott clerk, and (;eo C. with u pistol lying in his lap" progress anti-Smith democrats and ary election who. now exprcn tfro advised the Associated Preus that my contention and offoi'ls lo bring hard-surfacing a system, of roe j I '
White, A, J. Thomas and Aubrey 1 King laid at the hospital tonight. members of Iho Hoover-llowey Intention to vote for (ha l. T>ubll- 10 Intended running to succeed about, similar machinery for tho In Union ('(,Ullly. Tills six mil
Moore, lnsp 'ttora. 'A uIII her companion was Bittingon club eroded u banner across Central can pri'sldeutlnl' electortf.: I weirder hlnm elf In the otllco to which ho otifrjrccineiit of tho 11th and 15th stretch of surfacing: I botweillrooker ,I
Precinct: No. :3. :Starko:> (South) the front seat. avenue with portraits of the If they realize whcrq wan appointed following/ Mr Lun- mondment us (hat for the enforcement and LucrosHo will cVtI : i iI
--J. L. Peck clerk, and 1,. 1 K. "When I jumped on the eliI'I I republican candidates said to bo I'lacu' : theniHrlVfHi<< If they Ibor.will. InC'1; death. of Iho IStli ainendtiiunt."PerhapH I ho gap now existing/ bctwe : i' ? ,
Smith A. W. Anderson and J.V: told\ him i wall a prohibition ofthor the only republican banner across Thn Democrats of Florida/ are Thu republican party name limn the world liuii neverwltncUBcd Slarko and llio Oalne0vllle-Lat I I 1
Andrews, J.r., luspoclora. 'and bo drew his gun. I believe any street south of tlio Mason uud alone responsible for our primary ago certified lu the secretary of such ItieoiiHlutency ua, City highway and will provide : "
Precinct No. 4, Gru.hamCI: : he fired first. I drew my automatic Jlxon line.Bradford. election laws. Wo will have to !I state the name of 1"'. A. Btroup; _of hat exhibited !by tho people' of (the shorter! route to -Jacksonville f I .
Icy Fogg' clerk, and J, A. vVatwli.n\ .. und llvsler's companion_ a- - udm't'! that them laws were passed Omeola county an u candldale for Southern Hiatus-In demanding- amid residents or tin Lacrosse uoctioKaglo
K, T. Abernathy and II. S. Byrd, made an effort lo snatch It from AntisOrganize fur I the Democrats/ <<: and not for the state treasurer. rliiKliiK' about thin nullification of ---- ---- i
luvpoctora. my hand before I opened fire." 1t1'11I1 bllcllIlS. .----- ho lllb; and ICIh( amendinenlrt ; t
Precinct No. 5, Hampton-J. B.A l The dry agent said he did not Some of thnse lelfslyledloover/ Pecans Hurt By by their utale legislatures, and at Fiber Compuny establluliea pIa' '
ilk Inn clerk and J. C. Keene C. recall details of the Incident alter Here Democrat who might want to be Ifs carne time demanding tho en- : here. r '
L'. Manlro and J, L. Williams in- he started shooting. collie ''Ii candidate lu tho Democratic Storms Members oneinent of the 18th amendment. ------- ----- -- a
spec tors. Jerry Mclnerny( Hysler'a companion Bradford county's Antl-Hmlth primary, two or four year It In simply unm/lng. No amendment I the ardent Democratic drys ot t r
Precinct:! No. 6, Theresa*--:n. C.Ilclberaer was placed under arrest Domocratlc Club was organized at from now are likely to And them Association Told to the 01111(1111111)11 I means South to eucli uii extent that tb
('Ierkand C. Sulllvanta. / Officers said a., qnantlly of liquor the courthouse Starke Tuesday selves shut out. Before they can anything\ unletM there lit an eu have forgotten their Democra.: n
It. Kwindell and Jolla Hall IdIIpPctors. was found In the car. evening with Her L. W. Kick- qualify as candidate they will for emetlt act and Kiilllclwnt flllUIIi l sal have. declared for Hoover at '
liter president, J, T, Ojilgley vlce- have to lake an oath that: lift,. '0. no Per Ont of Crop In ppropriated J for eiiforcvmont. Curtis. 'And (they cannot lde-st( {
Precinct No. 7. New Itlver-O. CONG. GASQUE president, i K. K. Perryman, aecre- "They did not Tote for any uoinl- Florid and Georgia' 'IOlft. There lire powerful and Indiicntlulicoplo Hoover has their votes beige '
W. Andrews clerk and D. W. Kel- (cry and L. D. Green treasurer. lice of any other party national, who are ready to demand Who wan It who mistakenly' M
''r, H. P. Kehfroe and S. C. Crews, TO SPEAK HERE I'laim of the organization In elate i or county, at tho last /general Macon Ga.. Sept 25. --Itocent of Congress at an early session that Herbert Hoover Is not a got r '#
-luspertors. conducting their light on the election. (Section 326 Uevlsod storms have destroyed from CO to laws with ample appropriations politician
Precinct No.8. Brooker--J J. Democratic nominee for president ,General ,Statutes.: ( ) 91) per rent ot tile pecan crop In (hut will make HICHO two uiiinndfust "0'1 November sixth that grit. t
Morgan clerk and M. P. Matheny.K. Congressman Allard M. Gasque/ were not divulged PresidentClckllter If any voter offers to voter at Florida and along the eastern melllll au effective ua the 18th engineer-politician, Hoover, wlj;
M. Haxen and C. S. Kelley Inspectors. ot South Carolina will speak at declining (to give out any such future primary election he oait of Georgia, delegates/ to the amendmeut. the( voted of the problbltlonU 4
Starke Saturday afternoon, Oct. information for publication at thin or she Is Biibject to be challenged, national convention of Pecan "Mr faith ID such (but I believe and those swayed' because of t
In the matter of addition. to 6th, 2 o'clock p. m. on the court lime this matter, lie Mated, beingIn They tan be challenged and no 'rowers'! Association\ reported here we will nee (bn day and that not religious question lu the Seat r
county Jail same was laid over until house grounds In the Interests of the hands of the publicity committee reason given for such challenge. today at a three-day convention. cry far off when: the federal govrumeiit will drive such a thick wed ,t,
the 17th dAY of October 1928 the Democratic candidate for of the organization Information (I'pou being challenged they will TlrprcsentttllveH of the various will, by virtue of coiigreslouul through tlio heart of the "Sot; j ,
except the clerk authorized to have president! Alfred F.. Smith of Now all to who composed the bo required to make oath; suites lu l attendance estimated that acts, place enforcement of- South" and their "white auprci
Plans made. Ybrk. All are invited to hoar this iiibllclty committee: waa also re- "That at the last general election the crop deteriorating In the last leers In the Southern stales charged acy" slogan\ that- It wilL blow t. .
The tax collector presented Ills peakei.Kustls. used.xrroinit. they did not vote for any '60 days has extended beyond Florida with enforcing tlicuo. two their whole unconstitutional pv:' R
report of errors, double assessments (toad. from Eustis to .- .- --- nominee of any other party," (Section : and Georgia due to excessive mediinienU and give the negroes gram. After the solid South It
and Insolvencies for the l -will be paved. < ) ; f'IS LAST :347 I ItevlKcd General Htatu-: alns. The money loss, while Impossible their rights as citizens, as Riiurneed ; !JIm blown to p.'ecen by Engine | c
tear 1927. thawing the following: Mt. Dora DAY TO REGISTER: tell) to estimate, will run Into by Ibo constitution. l'ronl- Hoover, tier next president tit
State ---$3427.39 -- ---- --- The Integrity of tho party ought thousands of dollars. It wall stated. dent Coolidge! lu one of its messages will be the finish of nulllflcatkf

County taxes _____21.556.37Subschool above amounts. Voters must register by October I to moan more to us than the election Present Indications Indicate a recommended that the fed- lulu of the South who have for -
taxes ,_ 4717.05 Reports of county Judge. lnspectora -< 13 to vote In the national electionon or defeat of any one candi crop from 30 tu 00 per cent ot era( government take charge of years violated and prevented t(
Sub-school taxes of marks and brands and November 9. Those who neglect I date. No candidate In the prevent thAt produced In 1926. lection In the Htutos. enforcement of the fourteenth a.
(bonded) 2064,20 Jail Inspector received and ordered to register will be denied the prix i election Is responsible for our There are 125 delegates from hoover M rrrut Politklan fifteenth amendments. Then cc': 'j
Poll (axea 159.00 filed. liege of voting for presidential present laws.' The Integrity of the hit southeastern gluten In attendnce. "'It will be seen that my views greuit will enact enforcement last '
After an examination, the same There being no further business .lectori.Clermont. government In a very large measure Every phase of pecan cul- 011 prohibition are not In accord: that will\ give millions of negrc; ::1 I
was accepted and allowed and the board adjourned until October 17, depends on party Integrity." tare U being discussed at the eonentlon. with those of Herbert Hoover. Hut their: constitutional rights a. cti "i 11
clerk authorised of tbe tax collector with the G. W Alderman.clerk. redecorated and renovated. Tallahassee, Fla.. be held tomorrow r hikrt captured the Imagination of I Ity with all other raced." {, f

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Smith :& .JiLAJErauld f. Legislative'-" Experience- '"know_.I.,. A..A that_c k._.when the Klntl"h1ll1ll'any ",,?, r

Ai: l"u"ter of thu minority of tho assembly nil Mr Hoover' has never Urea nliwtod to ofllco of I clbtes of our friend Senai.'.?,, I"
nny kind) and therefore! has no legislative Tperlenc of {Jp rgla. It is "
speaker! of the assembly and ft? governor of New time to' m! ,I,."'
York atate. .Governor Smith has fostered almost flrnt-hnnd. of Fortran to man John nu,, ? ",
t him In charge
placed Is
The president Coolidge tort not nt to shim,. ,.
BackgroundOoveronr !200! lawn, Including. / the reorganization of the government Mississippi flood relief with Instructions also to Ceorge's, shoes ,11., "

of New York In which he reduced 86 departments recommend measure to congress Mr. Hoover I am going to vote t r",, ("),,
Iowa to 14, the establishment of children' went alj} over the flooded' area and returned to because I am a "Q. ,
Weat Republican
Smith was born In New York City, Mr. Hoover was born In (bUt', ,
Ihe law for the workmen's. with the proposition that since the Mlnnlsslppin '
court eight-hour
i women Washington am an American
h the who died shortly after his citizen
: on Fast Side, educated In the parochial schools the Ron of n blacksmith and i 111ftVI'not
t y .wnlrh h4t left. at 14 to 'Work. He became interested birth. With nn uncle, he went to California, where compensation law, the fActory commission law. the was a national! liability, It wan the nation'sduty forgotten' my sense ')I r rAlrhr,

,Iii 'politics early and was made a deputy. jury comIttlsMoner. he wan educatedIn the public schools l and at Stan antl-nlchtwork-for-women-and-ehlldren law and to curb It for the benefit of the people of the to my fellow man even if tuo, ,, ...\
some\ :35 t others designed: to protect workmen, women nation. President Coolidge disagreed and held that political
In 1003, he entered New York leg. ford university, having been the first student to enter enemy. I nm a 'lAW
and children!' He rallied the appropriation for .tp-th" .states. that had been heardest Yorker
the and
and very I know
Mature(/ and became" in time leaderthe of the minority ITe wan graduated In mining: engineering Alfred fI'
public school In New York from $11,000,000 a year hit and. were least able to do It-should} bear A Smith personally
China and England and
and speaker of !the house. Afterward he Will sheriff spent 20 yearn In Australia : m .fuil
to $81( .OOO.000 a year; he organized a marketing: large of the burden. Mr. Hwftver meekly. surrendered (In all fairness
of New York county,. president of the board of In the tatter country at the tltnw bf the World Whf' part ) the statement )?I
for farmers In New York and Secured the after leaving the people of the Mississippiarea John Roach
ti alderman of New York City and governor of the he was drafted an Belgian relief!' rommUnloner with Straton I 1\11\ ,lOOk
F ; ttata for ;eight' years. residence[ In London When America'' entered the appropriation of JlB.OnO.noO$ to eliminate tuberrulonlN under the Impression. that the nation/ owed every Northern or Southern man
v and! among rows in the great dairy Industry of them the relief. The same Indecision and unwillingness or woman In the face
Governor: Smith war Wilson made him food administrator < and tell lip(
Is adherent the Catholic
r pt talibr has educated nn Harding- 1621 appointed, 1 him secretary of rommerea. the slate; hn urged and 1 secured legislation to pave to "go down the line" for: his opinions was truth when I say thai Alfred E

y ,,4' it' and his children In the parochl.ilschools Ills first connection with politico wan IH : the secondary roads for the benefit of the farmers evidenced when he declared strongly: for the league I Smith 'Is a great statesman and ,
; was hy a priest to 1920, when he hesitated between the democrats and and he provided a great pork system for the enjoyment of nations and' then when he could better serve gentleman.'! -Frank J. Main ,,
Mlas Katie Dunn school teacher of New r.
t a York of the people of the slate.. Ire'mad" abrltra- turned his back upon It and upon Wil
a ; ,'fi flO. goVet-nor. *,, ft colorful figure with salty epl. the republicans, finally selecting: the latter. He. r*- : himself he Tampa Tribune
; IA tic) his relved 11 voles In the republican convention at llon an Industrial principle( and eliminated strike son --._- -
grant tongue and a willingness always to'k' In New" York state Governor Smlth'8 whole philosophy has fathered no measures' before
Chicago when larding was nominated.Mr. Mr. Hoover ..ADDITIONAL: St'RRc'RipTltt f
; l,+IMlRare'; ( In debate He Is one of the ablest campaign q
ban' the end : half
nf government been that male the national congress in the' seven a yearshe Additional
+, i '( el's'In., the country's. sums allhql'rlhl'd I ,
history and of the '
I' one most attractive 'I
; I' Hoover Is a Quaker. He was married al should bn used" an the Instrument to promote the served ad secretary of commerce the Red Cross relief
fund ,.
; figures In ; public life anywhere. He arouse (
Monterey ml., by a Catholic priest under dlnpen-! happiness and l prosperity nf the our last Issue are ns follow.
i .Intense loyalty In his friends amt political support' -From the Maron, (Oa.)
; 4;er. *. During the .senate Investigation of satlon to MIMA Lou Henry an Epl ropaUan. He Is people.- Telegraph George' Hayes, $1 ; John l 1lnl\: | '
campaign: .
contribution, It was developed!' that William F. a Hhy quiet man with little or no personality (that ---. -- --- "2' FredCnrlton. ;1 .. n.. .,. ,"nHlG. ,,...._

t r tai i K nney. a friend since' boyhood, had contributed he projects to the public. lie Is as colorless an Mr. Mrs. Shirk Dies .. Cray ad Phillip S. May of I daughter Mildred, of Franklin $ "Packages! << of clothing wry,
Coolldge, the public Is left from his j Pa. who have been spending a''
ITO.OOa to his pre-conventlon campaign fund. A to judge campaign sonville. turned In to F. F Stump\ hy Mr
h t I 'senator asked If li was a gift or a loan. so far and from Ms previous appearances in Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Walrath few weeks nt Keystone Inn left for ''I Arthur Wood Mrs Fields, MM I

} i "It was a /gift." said Kenney the press. Mr., Hoover arouses Intense loyalty At Keystone Fri. for a trip of several days in the north Tuesday morning. A. Davie Mrs. J. W. White Mr.

'Do you expect to give more?" among those who work under him. 'J'lley'retfr to north last Thursday They I Next Sunday will be Communion J. L. Frazee.

"it he needs It." him as "Chief," but ho has no Intimate frlendn, no VUlt In Georgia; going on to 1: Sunday at the Community church Mr.\ Stumps, also asked! the Tate i<

'flow much more?" far. as the public knows and arouses no enthusiasm Keystone Heights, October ll.-( sylvania soon where they here and! the' usual 11 o'clock "ser- graph; to make the following cnrrectlbnn

i "My shirt If hn needs It." by Pita public appearances. Mrs Jane Flfltl'hpr'Shlrk. mother spend some time in : 'I I vices will be resumed. During: the In the list of contrlhui

I of Mrs. n. C. Jenkins passed Meadvllle, and other points summer months, owing to the absence ors published In last week's halls
t : Inspire. Knnney's' In loyalty Is typical of the spirit Smith away Friday afternoon at the homeof Mr. Walrath has business I of so many of the members A. E. Wall $5; W. L. Wall. t.;,
n of his
friends. Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins HorseShoe
on of the church and Sunday school; N. B. Hull, $10; G. '11. nennntitl

Lake after a lingering Illness eats.Mr. and Mrs. J. Edwin '' a Joint service has been held be- ; J. L. Frazee. $2: L F Smith
la" lI1n 1Ifl'' I of thirteen years duration.Mrs. ginning: at 10 o'clock. $1.
+ Executive Experience Shirk was born In Union returned to Keystone
... Thursday from a trip of Frank Walrath Jr. and Vivian
county, Ohio February 12th 1849.
l weeks and .Anderson went to the fishing camp poll
In Pennsylvania :
fr" and was last surviving member of T\\ IttCIOIl
Governor Smith has had eight years as governor Mr. Hoover has had an administration experience State" and have taken up at Carlton lake' In Putnam county NOTICE IS IlKKKRT flUTA:
1. of the most populous and wealthiest her family. After the death of her I 1hat R. R. hnMoi
week- Humphrey nf T.D
1 commonwealth In residnece In their new home for a couple of daye over the
of the The fact mining, in food administration and as secretary husband' thirteen, years ago she Certificate No. t*2. fttli day nf Juh
country. that more than Garden street. They are both end. They report fishing very (poor ban flied paid ,
he has A. n. 1926. rprtinraii
had Florida
no executive came to to live with her
!J 600,000 republicans split the ticket In'1924 to vote In my 011I1n1\ \ made ppllnii,
They (
f position In Ing fine and report a having caught only two put "
R government He has IIOfm'Bucce"Rrulln daughter, who has cared for her ,
for him Is evidence: of his success for tax deed t to IKRII!' tticrcon h
,' p' has as governor. lie administration but the public has no gauge of hispotentialities since that time. Mrs. Shirk has trip. them In a live box at the edge of rorclancn with Inw. Said iiTllllcnt,,
; 1 the enlightened labor reforms in New I the and later when they went embraces the following itoiu rllvoil.
'+ as an executive Mr. and Mrs, James lake
t' + York; the system of public parks; the reorganiza charged with leadership always been a devout Christian, property situated In Bradford '' >II'
as well DM with the of and Jacksonville were guests of for them they found a large moccasin Florida to-wlt:
y'' tion of state management governmental Friday morning; she called the ty. t
1 government; the port of New York << In the box tttid one of their Kant hair of HonthwcHt. quartos| < ,
fl t machinery bedside and Mrs. J. II. 'Ilouser ;
family to her and told
authority and countless other-measures for education They killed the Southeast, iiiiartpr Hectlan' II. low i iHhip
1' r and them that she would soon go and returning to "Jax" In the fish missing. 6, south range 22 east. 20 ncrc
charity that he has
had to drive .
through It had eaten
; snake and found out The aHMftftAmenl of snit
i that she noon, Mr. J. II. Houser going; propped
not afraid
wan God
i A lejcllature aa ,,
; controlled seven times out of eight by the fish and was! unable to get under" the said certificate lux noil 1 w n
the republicans in the IIOIIHO. was with her. She then thanked them.\ He expects be _the name of Unknown.
t them all for their kindness to her there on business for two or : out of the box again. They said Unless paid certificate sushi hr. ridoemeil ...
Ellhu Root, leading: figure in American life and the moral to that Is never take according' to law tax iticit
and admonished them to always dayn. I will Issue thereon on the Kth day >'
republican! said that Smith knows more about Mr. J. Edwardn Lorson and anything more than you can get November A. 1928.
try to help others and do right: ; : 'ld:
the business of Dated thin day of October AO.
government than any man In New away with.
then saying she wished to rest she' Elam sniISBon spent Monday I
: n. 1928.
'I Yotk-eald l it when Roosevelt was living and In a The following: guests were registered : .
; cloned her eyes and gradually Green Cove Springs:! on Dnd'I I W. Ar.DnnIAN.
t' ,.p state Evans that Is the home of !Mr. Root himself, Charles slept away the! end coming several Mr.. W. II. Ogden was at Kenstone InnV.: Hays (Seal) Bradford Clerk of Cnunty Circuit, Flurl.hHy ('nun. ,
Hughes. Charles S. Whitman Davis and II.
and Nathan I. and guest Lon E.
hours later. An Impressive service tained at a dinner at the C. A. KNH1HT.
J.o 'Miller.,. Mr, Hughes", / addml his tribute last year at was held at the residence' Sat- Mr. and Mrs J. It. Hauser! A. Evans and wife, all of Jack. 1o.A-tt-ti-2 Deputy. Ort.
when .Ur..ald that It we In thlfl country: rewarded' vl11e.
+' 'tbe' v urday morning consisting of songs Rev. and Mrn. R. II. Weld
: ; A public men with titles for the merit of their Ct.tRKfIJ aYt1 6'aapErTone' r.r.vKLKC110S
\I. by Mrs. Wm. Pierce and a beautiful Mr and Mr*. \Vm. Pierce a ..
work. AI Smith RBPl'DLlC.\N REKF.'fTR.: iR"
I would be Baron Oliver Earl of I
talk and prayers by Rev. R. It. Green Cove Springs Monday -
; t .; Manhattan and Duke of Albany. Ills record as /an Weld pastor of the Community had dinner at the home of \ The board appointed Ihe followIng
.ecutlv. bat been' t' Republican, a Clerk and Inspectors. to spry i I''
:.l j '; t \ brilliant, church of Keystone Heights, after Conway returning In the Tarnpa.-I am a lenern.1 Election to be held" November ,
r which Mrs. Shirk was laid awayIn Mr. and Mrs. J. Edward: Methodist a Mason and a Northern Uth. 1928:
,'Ni. t the cemetery!' In Melrose. Sur. and Mr. John M. ttlesenman.. man originally but now a .'.r..I..t.Io.! 1. I..w...'.

RJ" i,; i,tm,,: I"TI On Farm Relief I viving Mrs. Shirk are two sons; daughter Mildred were guests Southern man and live in TampaIn 0. II., J.Pearce II. Howe Clerk and R.and A. Bl.imh Jnmpthowler ,

a;l t Mr. C. E. Shirk, general secretary, 6 o'clock dinner !Monday at my own home.Yesterday aryl, Innpectorn.precinct .
'_ Y. M. A. home, of Rev and ]lUrs.\' NO. 2. "Iarb
r< ,Governor Smith ball definitely approved the' C. at Harrisburg, Pa., E. D. I attended The meet- A. Scott Clerk, and (I en. '
:principle !Mr. Hoover has offered to the farmer chiefly' the and Mr. v, B. Shirk Broadway, ry on Keystone lake Ing in the auditorium conductedby White. A. J, Thomas and Aubrey

It.: mechanics.of the McNary-Hangen bill without accept- application of the tariff to farm products. In view Ohio and one daughter, Mrs. R. C. M. Weinman and W, II. John Roach Straton 'aod'he rd ;Moore I>rrrlRrt, .Innpectorn.No. it, "t'.kp l.o.lhJ. >
lUg Ills
promise of relief!' to the farmer of the fact that the tariff cannot reach exports but C..(,,engine?, of Keystone Heights. den made a business trip to him openly Insult the Intelligenceof L., reek Clerk, nnd I* F. Smith,
embodies the application of the tariff Andrew
principle A.. Anderson and J.
affects only Imports, the main problem of the Mr. sonville Thursday. woman who is W.
; to farm products it farmer J. N. Rlesenman and daugh. every man or Jr., Inspectors.Peeeleet. .
f handling of the as now applies to Industry; theM the exportable surplus-the surplus above the teitllred!\, of Franklin. Pa., drove F. K.: Carr Was Visitor In voting Working for the Democratic !\... 4. nrakinChenley
t t { < of farm cooperatives exportable and the surplus appointment; the stimulation Immedl home needs-Is hot handled by Mr. Hoover's renv. Into ,this town Saturday for a short sonville. on Tuesday on cause I heard him rail eyery Waidln P.Fang T.' Abernathy Clerk nn and as R \

,. ,,, r li l his edy at all. Mr. Hoover promises also Inland waterways visit, registering at Keystone Inn. Mr Milo Bergin drove to Democratic-voter, man or womana Byrd Irtupncforw.Prrclnrl .
t \teljr election rather .
t upon than his /inauguration '
upon for tll4redllt'Uon sonville/ N D. (a I. Hampton'
of freight rates which the Mr. C. Ray Lawrence who ha* on business on scoundrel and a disgrace to even
of J.. I C:. Krnt
>t} a farm commission of the leading. minds 1. K.>: Adklns Clerk and
to recommend to democrats' long ago promised and he promises a been vliltlng his family the past Mr. and Mr. R. L'eland; common decency ami affiliated r. O. Manire. and J. L* William. Inupeetorn

t+ after the Inauguration congress Immediately of a definite that relieving It convenes farm board. Again his program to not as definite!, week, left for Spartahbttrg. S. C., and Mr. and' Mrn. C. II. Clark with the force! of hell and I was PlrclnetVo.,. A, Tke.e...

t' farm Th not as specific and' not as economically sound as! Wednesday where he Is employedin turned Monday night from a astounded to sit there and hear a n.C. lloiherirer Clerk! and I.' !Sill-!
% program.; governor proposes to Iltbltl-! Itute Ooveruor) Smith's because it Is based upon the same the slate road department trip to "Pennsylvania where Southern audience' applaud the in- Ivan, S. Jl. Swindell and John Hall
? "action for Inaction
and friendliness for hostility. .
?t ." platform the republicans drew In 1924 and have Mayor F. M. Walrath. J. II.Ilouacr Visited friends and relatives.' sult. lspertorn.Pp.elnrt. No. .,. !New\ nu-r

9 failed to fulfill and because it Is based In the principle F. E. Carr IndV.. B. report a wonderful trip and What In the matter with us? O. W....Andrews Clerk and n PitICelly ( '
of the republican that If ment the entire way through ( Where Is II. F. Hrenfroe. and)
party the big bunl Hutfhlnnon drove to the' scene( of Have; we gone crazy our Crews Inspector..
nesses ore prosperous.. they will hand down prosperity the. recent storm In Palm Beach gla; which made It possible to pride Are wa too cowardly to Prrtlnct 1o. R. Brooker.

4 'V 1 all along. the' way.-a principle that has built and vicinity on Tuesday, returning fine time. defend our self-respect? .1. J.. H.f.Morgan" IWn Clerk) and nnd C' M.R K P..11 Matheny I"Inspector I

1'i r',, lIch corporations an United States Steel and has almost Thursday They visited Went Palm Mr. John M. nteneman We know the record of John << *. jo-6-5l-ll-2l

w' "l made peasants out of the farmers. Head! Lake Worth, Okeechobee' .
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r{ .il I U The Record on Corruption storm' area and nay that' they are
nt a loss for words to describe the

Tit it ntir C.. Never In the. 18 limps that he has been, a candidate When Herbert Hoover accepted the republican terrible. devastation in this area. I

'y .1 i41tr4 before the people lies the charge ever been nomination: he said. : "The record of these seven!' and Rev. R. R. Weld and Mrs. Weld ii

_made that Governor Smith was tainted with corrup a halt years (the llardlng-Coolidge years) constitute !. and Mr. W. H. Ogden/ were entertained We

t sit tion. In the present campaign the' "sewer graft in a period of rare courage; in leadership and constructive at I 6) o'clock at the home 'of Do i

.Tammany' has been referred' to by those who do action. Never has a political party been Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Cadman Tuesday -

,, not know that Maurice Connolly of Queens, who able to1' look back upon a similar period with more evening.
r.., 4 'q 't + \.a./ responsible for the sewer graft wan not a memr satisfaction." The many friend! of Mrs. E. P. I

of Tammany, but was ou the other hand an Mr. Hoover thereby approved tho seven and a Caughey are delighted to hear that

+ h 16 t enemy of Smith's and fought him bitterly at the half years In which three cabinet ofllcers were driv- she In .steadily. regaining: her former

rh r"' I Syracuse convention of IOU In favor of William en from a republican administration because of health from an operation the Work !

;Randolph Hearst. The governor's Inegrlty' has nev- corruption; in which the oil lands' of the public\ were from which she Is convalescing: In

4 .fr been questioned! and there has never been In his stolen; In which the Pennsylvania. and Illinois election + Erie, Pa., and to learn that she !III
administration at Albany scandal whereas planning to return to Keystone: '
a public scandals festered; In which the veterans bureau
; +r': ;;I the republican secretary of state a woman Is lunuUhlng scandal terminated; In which the post officepatronage Heights In the near future.
"' t in the Albany jail for stealing money from scandals were afraid. The seven and a Mr. W. H. Ogden was entertained -
the slots of New York. at t half years. which Mr. Hoover approved smilingly
Mrs. t). A. Smith on East Lake You won't need to write a letter -
t were the most corrupt In the history of the American .
View Drive Sunday evenlnli.Re .
I government. and Mrs. E. D. Mowry, get a money' order, wait

Nor did Mr. Hoover escape the taint. When a Mrs. C. M. Weinman and Mrs.
l la lt eon several
1 t bidder for the oil leases (protested to )JIm becausethe Klla: C. Bird and Vivian Anderson days, pay express or

t award. were made to Sinclair and Ooheny!' without Gainesville .
drove to Friday afternoon parcel post charges-and then'
.t bids he wrote to Full and said, "I'll Say anything on business.Mr. .

t of 1f to this gentleman that you suggest." Far Paul l Bird and Mr. W. 1i.Ogden THEM ON YOURSELF
from being militant about corruption he lay down
f p made a quick trip to Starke
A and' let the oil flow gently over him. ,, Friday morning on business.Mr. you buy tires here at
1aI 1 In his pre-election campaign he sent flush Holland -
James!' Mauser and wife of from
through the south with money to coral the Jacksonville were week-end guests us.

votes of the delegates' to the I Kansas City conven- at the home of his parents Mr.

tion. Me got those rotes and Mrs. J. H. Houner on East put 'em on-inflate 'em to

. a The Prohibition QuestionMr. I .Luke Lawrence View Florida Drive Walrath State_ who University 1 Is attending -' CA, ''S reg pressures lai'ly-and-we Inspect!are; at

n uainesvme, spent tne wsel+end
Governor Smith hat fearlessly and frankly said Hoover has taken on prohibition a timid call
k', with his parents!' Mr. and Mrs. F. ; 365 days in the year
I that he believes the Volstead act should be modl- half-hearted stand. He has pronounced prohibition M. Walrath at Keystone Inn. I
experiment noble In motive but In hU for SERVICE.
|fled and the Eighteenth amendment amended to acceptance Mr. E. A. Smith made a business .
orrect the abuses of prohibition. He hoe suggest1 ; speech he said that great abuses have occurred under trIp to Jacksonville! on Tuesday

1 a speclflo remedy which, according to his notion its enforcement-he has. timidly recognlted the returning In the afternoon. All this with Goodyear Tiresat

t Jvould" correct those abuses. ; the ascertainment by necessity for modification In his statement that before Mice| Helen Lawrence entertained

r, Dclentlftc. method of the maximum alcohol content a change In the law is made he will\ have a at Informal bridge at her prices as low or lower

t Int a lion-Intoxicating beverage the Hiring by the fact-finding commission appointed to recommend home on Bast Lake View Drive
|federal) government of that maximum and then the the changes Mr. Hoover has never declared himself Saturday evening. Miss Gertrude than you are asked to pay

giving of permission to the states to do as they personally In favor of prohibition; he has given the louser, Harold Lawrence. Law- for

please, either to accept or reject that content "noble experiment" a pat on the back renee Walrath and Miss Lawrence ordinary tires.

Governor"Smith has promised that It he goes On tho other hand In his acceptance sP8t'h7!' he' being present ..
knto office, be will honestly! enforce the prohibition Mr. and Mrs. Milo !Morey who .
swallowed whole without even making a
)aw.' He has said that the country may be very wry face lave been spending the summer

S are that he would not tolerate any such conditions the whole Hitrdlng-Coolldge' administration including at Schnectady N. Y., returned to

has existed In tha prohibition enforcement office the corruption of the prohibition bureau whose Keystone!! Heights Monday noon

ender the republican' administration In which boot. former oniclals and hirelings now constitute! a considerable and have. taken possession. of their :
; .
jkegger<< and their tools have been placed In charge portion of the population of the federal residence on Cast: Lake View Drive Supreme Service Station Noel

.of enforcement> In some IOC \\ltlS. The governor has penitentiaries. Since Mellon Influence and the where they will remain for the ,. .
4 leo said that there Will be no return of the open vote of Mellon'n.Pennsyivania, delegation swung the winter months. ,

..Soon.n Kansas City convention to him and nominated him. The following guest were reg-
--- It is reasonable! to suppose that he will re-appoint ittred at Keystone Inn Jno. M. FLORIDA'PAGE

Mellon the biggest whiskey distiller to the country Rl..cnra h and Maldrtd Rlcieta-

; to head 'the treasury department and thereby man of Franklin pa.; C. R. Som-

i make him the head of enforcement mere, O. S. Motley, Harry T.

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Went Palm B >acli-A fnnera 1 I West Palm neach-Blossoms OI'RN HKAMOX:

dirge by t the city band Sunday at spared by the hurricane Monday
fine spirit of school support
tprnoon will mark the opening o f: covered the common graves of This Friday afternoon Is an wan demonstrated recently when

two monster funeral services for, nearly 1,000 persona who passed eventful day In the records ,of
several students carried on n citywide ,
2,1100 persons who died in the I In a single night-the visible lok- Bradford High. For It Is today
canvass for an athletic fund. :
Florida hurricane. The first service en of Florida" grief for her 2,300 that a Rood. sized collection of It wan regretted that such tactics i a YN 1n lk Arf N L. r

will be for the white dead storm dead. Invisible, but perhaps young: huskies Journey *.o High were to' outfit the Tor
and the second will' he conductedby more expressive of the grief of the Springs to represent I the Purple nado squad, but, new and suitable

negro ministers for the negro 0.000 or more who attended yesterday and Cold as Its first football machine equipment was beyond reach of theschool's

Otad afternoon'' common funeral In history finances; so there wan

services( here, were the prayers Coach Ray's proteges find tn nothing cine to do.
and hymns voiced by masked High Springs some pretty stiff op
Mollno-And new dales are DP- The the of the
choirs response on part
and the several clergymenwho position. High Springs High while
log raised In Florida. At UK officiated. Thousands stood a Rmalh'r'"fI'hoot than n. It. S., has ninny Visited wait surprlRln. Practically
of Carney Hicks, of Barth, wtls glad to beabln
home by rtiile graves; nronppd up for the had football for quite a spell now, everyone t
Just north of here a novel eight to help the boys out, and all
part by a steam shovel while and certainly Its grid men have
N a date bearing tree. The tree the hurricane wall still a nightmare had morn exprelence than the were looking forward to the uppoarance i
somewhat \like n mock or- of football team.
grows to those who felt Its ruthless home boys, who have practicallynone. a \

ange, with thorns, although the breath Metal Identification dines On top of thin, we find that Everything points toword plenty *'
loaves are similar to those of a of support of Bradford) athletics
dotted a commnunlty of dead. High Splngs kicked over the dope
tree. It has tiny while blossoms this an far as the citizens of .... .
plum There CO of them the year "'- -
were on last week by defeating Lake City, . In the spring and Is 10ade.1with grave at a white cemetery h..rl'- 1-1-0 and Lake City has been con Starke are conceined. The money

fruit later, n cemetery that lay scarred and sldered a fairly strong team In thU Inflated wax sufficient to equip I i iI ii

debris-strewn whereas two weeks section However we understand about three-fourths of the team, i

I.akeland-Whlle a white man ago it, wan a spot of quiet and colorful that the local team has the weight and Prof. Dowllng very kindly advanced I i: S

and a negro. were fishing in a lake beauty. on them and all things considered, the remainder of the sum .v.

between Polk City and HiUiifs City have about an even chance to stave which amount Is to be repaid to 1G11CNl/J/
later subscription! and yap n'o'X.R'
hint when
this week, an eagle attacked the I\I! : ().I// off defeat.In I t
negro and It required two m.oU .. trying to figure out .f just what gate receipts come In. With this ,

kill the bird, which men ::'mHX will happen this afternoon, though amount Coach Ray bought most of -
to Sixth (LIUIMCJ
grade honor roll of Hampton Jacksonville. On PDBCM | now I -4
the equipment In : '
feet from tip to tip, Tho hl"j l grammar school for the monthof we can only feel our way along under the e'G'.n.o'i m* ir'o'.t'a'I' j fi t tIAilA1Ci

driven off the first time r-t .r'-' ,;a September: Edna Harrison Aside from knowing practically/ the same day boys ,,; t
of Mr. Largergren local !
to the attack with UOdllt"l'.IJlt'"I Eleanor Harrison Carolyn Delk nothing of the status of High guidance : f.b0 "
offered his services
fury when it was klllc-1 h.> M H. Wynn. Springs, we hardly know, Just how surveyor who
the Tor-
free of charge prepared
charge from a shotgun. J. T. Tucker and Camlly spent their own boys are going to per
nado gridiron for the battles' to be
t Saturday In Hawthorne, the guestsof form. Remember hardly any of fought there this year. I.I i iL I..

n.ach-Majol' H. 0 Mr. and 1Irs.V.. O. Bennett. them have ever played Inter-school thanks is due Dr. 13.] I':' '
Especial 1
football, and for the most part any "
of London Eng., fi.mou Mrs. W. C. Thomas, teacher of the squad '
) Seagrave examining
I L. Rlggs; for LA7 PLA '
other kind. This weakness Hex I L / { \
British racer, who formerly the fifth and sixth grades here the athletic association .3ECOAJP FLOOR.: PUU. 4
without any coot to 4'r .. f .
held the world's'speed record for entertained at the hull last Friday especially In the line. In the backfield ., .A.. _..A'&ov.'"", ,,,. >u..ArrAor'O.. ; ;,...",' .. ..... .
however, at least three men .. btlon .I ..#_' .
C..T.-- :
night In honor "f the In :
pupils :11'
automobiles, hopes to attain four the fund to ;
higher She: was assistedIn have their share of experience. In Those giving to AX:' E'ONON1.U.S:' ( of all waste spare and the utlllzutlon and provide I the heater spec / \ )
grades .
he will l
minute in car st
miles a entertaining by two other teach fact, the back Held prospects at date are as follows: III'TOH COI.OMMj of the full area of the Huron laundry and such. l9"
the beach here this K. M. -
enter races ere, Misses Sullivan :and Pitts, this writing are exceedingly J. S. Butler, 2 suits; d floor, permitted by the large The house measures 34 feet ; 'll
written New York ,
he $16.-
winter lames, music and singing were en- bright but the line In uncertain. Johns, $16.80 ; N. Slernberg, (By R. C. Hunter & Bro., Archu., dormers. Inches across t the front and Hhou :j ,
The In which he aspires T. \V.Rlckenbacker. .
friends. car joyed. Delicious grape Juice andfancy'ake These boys have the "stuff" but 80 ; Dr. K. L. Biggs $12.50 ; New York) Tho\ exteriors presents a simple I have a fifty foot lot. \.1\ \ j I.
to dash over the local beachat .00 Prof S. S.
was served at the con- Is hard to ,tell! if they will showIt $6 ; This mall home in (compact attractive and pleasing 'design with neat Complete working plan *i *\ti,
Is being built, it Hitch,
that rate now
clusion. thin early. Dowling, $6.00--: Hamilton and economical" to build. while walls, dark stained roof and specification) of this house m. ill ..

was stated. I The ladles W. M. U,of the Dap- There Is no doubt about one $1i.0f"! ; L. A. va VII, 'D.UU ; tv, j. Within a rather limited urea urn bright colored shutters and blinds.( be obtained for a nominal su", \

List church enjoyed a treat last thing, though, every man playing I Epperson. $11.00; D. F.. Knight provided nix good rooms u both j I A cellar extend under the entire I from the bulldliiK editor. Red: 1 ( .

Bartow-What la believed to be Monday afternoon when Mrs. Har- will fight, and fight hard. They'reout $5.00; J. II, Hitch $5.00; O. L. and inn porch due to the slim inn- house except the sun porch 1 lo house HA172.. 'j.li't'l, >
B. S. Carroll. $&.- ;f"
a state record In sentences for per- : to give everyone the surprise Haynes. $5.00 ; .. ,
visited their
rell of Jacksonville, --- -- ---- -- -- -
jurers, was' passed here today In : organization,. and spoke on home of their lives today. And how the 00 ; J. C. Robinson, $5.00; D. W. =NNNN.N...NNQ...: f'lrtMY ;:;=Pluni Ulldl'--way Key 'Votlt-.Sll chosen for cot' ;t tetruction ; 4'1',
F. F. Stump $1{
the Polk county criminal .court and foreign missions and or anlz- boys have worked for this game! : Montieth. $8.00; for $136,000 pavhiK program In of radio beacon and n si I t: wt 11.
76c K.; K. Perry- *
Clias. Klckllter, ; BROOKER : ;
when eight negroes were ordered ed 'a Sunbeam Hand. Coach Ray has drilled them continuously .'l
$60c thin city. dlo control station I here '
man. 60c: Stern's Garage ..'I. ,
tn the state penitentiary for false all week through MU Lob Gainer. Car 4e .
; Mrs M. L. Watterson was appointed BOc Herbert : -- \) f: -
testimony in ,a liquor''cane. The leader for this young hap- long practices./ They all J, W. Morgan ; .... ....e..+.+++++..... 5 II'rJ1 w "
l negroes pleaded guilty to swearing In work realized that It would take work to Hitch, :26c.PIUHillKM! N..nlln In hereby gvnn that the inllowlng iloncrlhml land will l)* geld '. ,
py bund who are engaging Mr. and Mrs. Hemp Conerly ro Ht imhllu xiKtlori on the lust Monday In NiiventMr. HI9N. It h..lnlll" the 6th ,r'\i G I .'
falsely In Lakeland municipal for the Master. be ready for today's game, and : SEEN; : l.VTOIINADO turned to their home at Okeecho- day of send. month, bcfc.rti the courthouse' Dour ut Mnrko, In Bradford '"
court recently In the case of one Mrs. Moon and Mrs. Vagats bothof they ate work. The Tornadoes minty "Htut. of 1"lnl.ItI.., or NO much hereof HK well l h. rivrpxxary to pay' ; ,,,i
WOHKOl'THAs & bee after having spent a few days the mount duo for tuxes ant o|> o..lIe the nuin., In".th..r with th.. conk ; rl
Solly Jones accused of selling Gainesville, attended the Baptist have the stuff, a little unpolished here with their mother, Mm.. Sully of muh sale unit lulvn-tlnln. c.: A. 1''UTCll.1'na. Collector, ;,' :+:m,
liquor. Jones got three and yet but they've got It all right And I Y
years ,.
W, M. U. last Monday. -- i t '
far football goes a different Mott. U'r.; ; ; ----r= .1 ,
the other seven were sentenced to Mr. and Mrs. C L. May attended they have the fight and thata what H. A Onnrr :
will lineup for theseason's. .'.... H <
bunch boys Mr. and Mrs Marvin Hazen of i.
two years each. the moving pictures/ In Starke they will specialize In .today. Their Lot 1 lllork 1 Original'" '
this ,week.. first game Is played away from first tilt, from those'who Waldo; spent Sunday here with 'I'own ____..__ U 8' 32 Af. W. Morgan __ _u___ .f :3.4.1 II 1. 'f\"
for the first nine Io .1 mock 1 Orlgnnl' .
faced Coach Ray I
his Mr. and Mm. K. M. (
Gainesville-Effort to obtain Miss May Jones Mrs J. G. Lam- home, which U regretted, but what weeks On that afternoon parents Town _____________U II 33 Mrs Elvlntt Morgan ___- II.U' 'f'f.Jf.
few :tN
a ago. and her Mrs Join '
M. C, SweeneyJr. ever happens, we will know they Hazen parents FW.IH 6 IU() Illock 11 U T. '" ; \\ill
'lederal aid for the farmers In oreaux. and did the best they possibly can do the first Wednesday of the Cone Those attending the teach Add 00 __ _. ___ 2* II 22 P. J. Pearce ___ ._____ 13.11' 'I 1'1; (1
., were dinner guests of Mr and t: Art.l. ,
south Florida's storm area will be semester, it was an awkard OK. -- 2K 8 ::1:1:
Mrs. W. O. Bennett of Hawthornelast at this time. new !eras! examination at Starke from Lots 8 D Illk. II U T.. &a'us( Livingston Trilby & ('0.._ S.)) '
continued by Dr. John J. Tigert, squad that lined up--boys stiff here lout week were Misses J'tUrland ------ ---...,....---- -- I.,i t"" ry I t
president of the University of Flor- Tuesday FIIIST ('".\IKlj FFLITUREM and seemingly Ignorant of correct i.ol4 Galney and Lubedla t'ln- ,i.i"iiiiiiiinin"' '''''MBIMI' iniimimiMimiii/ niiui n NMIMIIIIIIYX/1111/IIMNNMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII/III i / ''/ > i / IIIINI/IIIIIIINIIIIIIINNIIIIINIIIMYWINI/ '' MYI miiM imiiBiiiiiiiki' I.III, II'' It" '

ida, he said Friday. A communi Miss Lucille Dickinson of Jack-with FINE. TALK foot-balling methods. Only those holater. NTI-SMITH: DEMOCRA CL Ull t ; :

rat on was received today from sonville spent the week-end them at work ev- ,
who have ,
Mr.: II. P. flalncy and Mr. S. M BRADFORD COUNTY
her J. I'. Dickinson.Last ,
Kverett: Sanders. secretary to realize the -
afternoon Mrs. W. The first chapel of the ery afternoon can progres Mott spent thin week-end at Okee- ; Ilcv. L. W. Kickliter Chm. E. K Sec : r:
President Coolidge, saying: '"Iho Friday year were held last Thursday, an they have made. Now, as Ferryman Yt :t"f, !;;
relatives.Mr. .,
president has received your ines- L. Bugg: teacher of the Junior excellent program being oftered\ they hurl the ball about, and work chobea visiting t J. T. Quigley, vicc-chm. L. i D. Green, treas.", ,
Girls' Sunday School Class of the '(1). H. Colton H. P I Oainey
and has asked me to I tnar, k various "
RaRe during the third morning period.A smoothly In their occupations MBET1NCH; I3VKKY TIJRSDAY NIfillT AT COURTIIOUSK .
Christian church entertained at L. n. Culney J, It. Mott and cell, I ;
you fur wiring lIe In I, at once very beneficial talk was enjoy \ the improvement U. readily I ,
bringing your telegram to the attention Hampton Beach. A delicious supper ed by the students, as the subject O. J., John Mott.Tom and Hodge. 7 :MO: O'CLOCK 'J'''i'II ,,' tJ

of the secretary of agiicul- of chicken pilau, salads sandwiches "The Law of 'the Lord' was discussed seen.There's considerable to worry, Mr. and Mr*. Old Crawford, Mr. t Sec secretary for enrollment card) or sign below and '
fruit and cake was served. and MI-H. JakVIlr.l and Ron, !II 'I-!
ture.! by the Rev. Lowry the pas about of course. They have pro- ; bring or mail to him. > .' 'i. J
This outing was not only enjoyed tor of the First Presbyterian grossed butthere's plenty of roomfor bertN' Hiindolph Crawford Loinfialney .. ,

Tampa-R. Rosenthal 67, man by those happy people, but it Is church. more of It. Therea no wtay Odessa' Crawford Laura Name _.___ __.. ... _ _____ _-_ Date} _____________ t I Ia I

encouraging to them. that the boys are Newell, Louise Carraway, AbeCronby a *.
aRf'r of a pawn shop here, was Rev Lowry clearly explained the getting around '

shot and killed In his shop Friday Maceo Hicks of Waldo, was a Importance of the laws of our green-green flll the Bradford Mr and Mrs I I. L, Hu-: Houte __ __._ ____ p. O. ______________________ I 'c) .,

afternoon by Elijah Felton, negro business visitor here Alexander this week.and Lord, and Its relation to us and cam pun, but they're learning witha banks and daughters Edith Jew ;yMMIINIIgIV;.,,!!!!!!!, 'MIIIMIwaIINIIMIMIIXIIMIMNIYNNtl1INaWMMMIM,, !' ( !' "' I '-" .! .!IfII9.IIII1II"'IIIIW""KIII'"I! !!!! !'! "' '''' j t:

who nafdvlt was an accident. A Mrs. W. n. Wilma attendedthe our personal laws. He concluded vengeance and results are becoming ell and Geneva were all transacting -"';'-;;'-;;;' 7. ;" ';---=;; ; ;; "; ;- :;;; ;; ; ; ; '. (

policeman running two block daughter Miss Wal- with fine thoughts on the necessity evident.Mr. business, In Starke lust Sutur- t: I I It
Fifth Sunday meeting r -----------1 i '0j ,
from .his. hunt when hn heard. the... of good character. This was Rlcki and Nolan Chancy, day 1 I II
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shot, foundi..the negro standing do Rev.last Norris 8u ndliY.of_ Lacrosse, aenv- Rev.__ Lowry's n_ 'r. first appearance be- _former'n_ football men are coachingthe .Mr... Wllflv-' Kelley of New River. I e- 4+fr ;

aver Rosenthal with the pistol In fore the student Ifody, as be Is a linemen while Coach Ray is wan attending;; to business horn last ', p
to a large
wonderful mormon
his hand. The negro; told polce he eie.l audience. a of eager listeners last newcomer to Starke. The school devoting hilt time to the backfield Saturday 'I '

had pawned, the.pistol several days evening. The text used appreciated' his visit and will' look and the function of the team an a Mr. Roswell Ward spent Sunday am. -

ago with Rosenthal and when he Sunday'She Failed to Obey the Law". I forward to more from him and whole The entire squad of thirty here with hill mother, Mrs 'I'. P. S ., .r,,' :':

went to redeem It asked the pawnbroker wan results of disobedience to the other ministers who provide boys are sticking It out and there Ward. '

to unload it. Rosenthal The beautifully pictured such helpful talks for our young Is at present plenty of competition Miss Lit holla Plnhol tf'r, spent ._ _.
God's laws were / --- -- ----
was able to get only one cartridge with an Insinuation for re- people. for every position. It Is difficult to thin week-end.at Ifellbronn SprlngH s:

out of the revolver the negro auld<,.I riuitllju: with humility to God. The: exercises were opened by determine those who have the best with friends. t 1

and he was trying td) rem v'jy.tJltJ' Mr. and Mrs. James ""Walker of enjoyable singing, aa Mrs. Mabel chances of becoming first string Mr. P. A. Crosby and ion, Hugh

others when It accidental. y,,''.disc' Uiver. who have beets tie guests Wall supervisor of music led the' men as plenty are showing fight Butler, were transacting business I am a stepping stone to better things ; a e

(' BrRed. *S- ;t r, '''I' Mrs. Walker's parent, Mr. and students in the singing of a school and talent In their assignments.An In Starke Friday afternoon

.' .' of Jolllr. hymn and patriotic son*. eligible eleven that has looked builder of
,!\JI.. Mrs. n. E. Hill have returned to an enemy discouragement,
U. P of the McDonnell I
Tallahassee Rev, Raymond Baptist very good includes
The water (1,1' 1 hum
church cloned! with prayer. Lewis and Raymond because I take of the
Rum Slough, Just east of Live O..kJ Mr. A. O. .1 Mis. Ralph Uyal quarter away one greatest
are covering state road Jnhitter J< and bou Kcbelt. and Mr. and Mrs. GLM: ; cj.rn ENROLLMENT;: : halves, and David Moore at of and fear.
back. In the line Inman la holdIng causes anxiety
point Qlatapce.ot'ul ouf all of JackHoiivllle, ,
for.a. ..; : Wilson burgess LARGE: Graham and w
1.500 feet and'the,highway Is ternPnrarlly .,- 'were the guests of friends. and down center

inipansabte, 'flttei} ifmoepartmeht relatives here this week. j Approximately, 75 boys and girls Brownlee guards. Cox and Howard N
tackles. and Struth and Ca.
announced; }}'M/IM Mrs. W. B. Alexander president responded to the announcement of Moore ends. There, are other good I open the door to many opportunities for
Traffic for the pre' |itMa'uUfs.' of the W. M. U, of the Baptist the ur&81lIaatJOB'of the Bradford nova
routed by way of ,Q Jtm".,.a i{ church enterfdli.ed. tI." W )1. U. 0 lee Club; Thursday making end men out for the backfield and In self-culture and to social and business ad

Valdosta! Ga., between' Tallanl$ at her hai&ttynt,,reltaesdpyafrer-; : of the largest singing bodies In the line E. Robinson L. Robinson

See and Jacksonville' ; It .wag. stated; noon. A ,ple :'unt;',afternoon was this locality for several year. Mrs. Brownlee. Sternberg and quite a I I vance nent. I have enabled tens of thousands

The department has put! machinery had and refreulimeKts oC sandwiches Wall predicts a successful year. for few more excellent prospects we' ,

Inlet[ motion to build a temporary and punch was nerved at this large group of young singers. do not call to mind now. Amongthe of young men who made sacrifices to
Ineligibles are found lots of I
hrllfre over the waters and above the conclusion. This was' the first of the clubs
the: ... who good material that work In fine I get me to take advantage of splendid
highway was
to restore traffic facilities Mrs. H. Chenser to be organized this year. Plans opportunities

but thfs will take several called to the bedside of her sister for the others will b.. enacted as opposition In scrimmages, Rltcb, .3 which those who did haveme 1t i
days Grime E. McMillan. O. McMillan, not t
the announcement said. The Mrs.,John Dyal of Tampa has returned within the next few days.
*aers( also cover the railroad at to her home bore. Klckllter and others Include these
this point. Miss Free Wynn one 'of Brud- MAST IS. I.VJfHKO; The weight of the team looks were obliged tq'' let go by. I .

o county's. successful teachers particularly good. The squad averages '771L .nia nfmJiirinn. hfftiilu Ys ,
fnrrf ---- '
Jacksonville-One J>bandit was kill:' left -last- Saturday for BunnMI' The only' football Injury so far nearly 140 or 146 pound f "J "/,----7 :; J I,) r1)

ed, a grocer. wounded, ;another where she has accepted a position' was brought upon Henry Mast who In fact. they point toward a successful --= -' I I AM-MONEY IN THE BANK

bandit was captured and, *tm>*o-' as teacher In the public school, broke Ms-collar bone last Thurs season considering It to
other be the first year for practically all 9x12 Sandvra __ 9.75 ,"
escaped "'hen'three mbla Avery Moore has returned toMs day; The accident wa especially J('

tempted to rob a neighbor' f,$' home 'after a visit with his regrettable Inasmuch as It was the boys. 9xlOVL Sandvra $830

Irllfoery store here late 144t; coutina: In New Orleaas.-La. avoidable. The bone "was broken -- I .
Jj, py, and will be missed during his BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
night it Mo happened that Gep.Hulburt. Mr*. N' Wynn. who" has been as Henry bit the ground after try- temporary. absence from the squad. 7Jx9 Sandvra $8.00,
Jr. Mr/. J, AJ, Ing what Is known as the "dlrlug"
a policeman off dntyi visiting her mother It Is Interesting that only I one injury 6x9 Sandvra $7.00Sandvra
was In the store at the time of the McKInney, has returned to her tackle. The diving tackle Is one was recorded daring the first

attempted robbery, "when two men home hero. ofthe most dangerous maneuvers and always, the hardest weeks of I by sq, : >f
Walked 'Clarke of' W.1d4J. will In and U net needed Bradford County's Financial Stronghold
' in and ordered everyone to R.... '' = football anymore football conditioning which Is further yd. __ ___ __ ___ 62cI
*"f* Methodist church being1 declared Illegal by "
'em up. Whereupon, the preach: :, ab 'toe 'proof of the capable mannerIn 27x54 Axminster : N
topper wheeled' and Bred killing$ lext'Sunday morning sad evening the repent rules;wbleb' have servedto i
which Coach Ray I I. handling S l
One of th* men, ;.. ; ', tl $1Arriaonufddlti m.k.tfootballrtht- safer came the outfit( Rugs special $2.90 t
other dad oat of the.doorapdtft.sPa"aing w I, \' ;, t '..utS3tt;: I It today; Henrys Attempt, WM STARVE, ..FLORIDArnJD.V

policeman on the beat < :' i/\/; ,rv 1t'; ,,.: UU.:' tb;tdts4''and; we expect the last Mlaml-fl4.0UO duplex apart. Lewis Furniture Co. \i PA

grabbed him and placed,nlnlHlMtl lttrul" F et'cbetr apt e4pJ attelipt'af"a: diving' tackle' seen, ment will be erected at ,23 : ,

" .'t, The third man. sltffaj} f, ; ''V'I4'w tan. t gF'i/t/ bent tfels y. ..r. The boy, while Pennsylvania. arenue.' Miami Lawtey, Florida

I small\ car eacapedw Slarkp, lhLl: ,..reek:, ll. exceedingly\ lIebt"la' fast and scrap- Beach. _. __ __ .. .J
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I 10.i I'. Haymond housi 0m. )
Plionc 29 Sunday school at 10 a. m.. J. V.Klcklitei. ,

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un at 11 a. in. and 7:30p. :

AOKI.NS IIOSTKNSI : l'. II. c. IH.VMKThu ; m At the morning service Itev.L. Specials for Friday and Saturday
_ I --- W.. Klrkltter" will give an ad- : at '
(1111'>1. cAdklim was hUKIl'HIt \v. T. Weeks cIuuuu,, 'r. The Talk .4 of The Town di-fHH on the "Early History of the
_____ (
41 _ > her alLiTiiooii, brldgo club (111111'alilthlUIi 1 I I, of I Hm Confrd- iKtarfce nuptial Church." :
!hurnduy,; at her home on Walnut .'IIICI"llIIICIllhe, ( J. J. Dickin Coinmunton service will ho ob- the Independent StoresCo., Starke.

T reel wli.ch) WUH "ightciicJ wllh rl..n.y.'aml' U. ('. V.. with II dinner Hcivi'il at I-IOHO of morning! nor vice. '

I Hi' t ?Idem slow' ond coral vino ur- I Woman's cliibhouNti on Marl.inu.t Ii1iI Will all our pooplo try I to attend 1 1I ?

a ir |/l.ugtJ'1I111 lumlietti and wall pocketn ( day. ThiirHilay (tho 27 lb. # I II.) Y, P. 11. at 0:30:: p. in. Note I Maxwell House Coffee per'lb46e I
I bout the l'uUJ\1I1. A long ta ilo was arranged, 411 I ho Suits I ilianKc; of (llmo..liniloi ,
j "1ho holder of high ncoio rtcelv(1 largo auditorium for (he occasion: .1 ( .. '- Mrs. Hiiymond leader.Inlurincdiate .

I L Ik hand embroidered curd table and' mpuibers of I thu U. I D. C., I Thelmu Silt-ox,
. 1 ; over A liaucl pointed! oil cloth M 1'11. It. A. Weeks( chairman, au- and thI Icudt'i. : Charmer Coffee per lb. - 32c
j ard table cover" went to I Iho ono .,Ioc', 'oil by MlHNes I Harriet I It II c h, ,

'c taking secoiiil.\ Florenco( Andrews. Virginia Weeks O'Coats :MIHIIODISTKiio ; ,
''c ) 'Mrs.\ Ailklnu I nerved! slnlnip HalCOUI'HO and Mary ('ajuuva. Hervud u (twocourso u* i BulkCoffeeperlb.32c

I to her guoulx wily \\1'1''': d j a tie''. ( : <'h :.Mar\ln ICmtkx pa.slor.) I
. Ira U. 1.. llcahloy. Mrs. U. I"'. Itev. H. S. Pioclor of Lake llntIcr Suinlay HI hool Sunday morning I I I

c' )4qnoi et, 1171'$. O. L. I lIly 11011 J\J I'H. made u "Hplendld. vpceih\ oft at 10:00: o'clock, K. K. Perryman.HlIl't. i Corn Flakes package 7 l-2c
: t ; A. KnlK.lil.: : Mrs .1. C. Hobinson hiniuk and appreciation. for the per
itru. N. l4leiisI br iMrs.. W. M. 'loiirlOHlcH extended. I Ihu Vclfj'aut. who WnrHhlp( Sunday at 11-00: a. m.nnd .
(4' j iValilivilKlil... MiijM IlalwlVelh'r., Col. \V. '1'. Wt't'ks presented (the r&fEN buy, our $25.00 1:11I: :i ) p. m. Tho morning sub Pillsbury Flour 6 lb. Sack35c
J' Irs. J. S.: !Kiiulii and Mrs. J. K. (:orr ilidpi-tr with u check for 111)).no suits say rankly they never Jen. will ho "...llItllllg'. Christ In i

I "i lenlng. given by nil Confederate vcleiaim expected to get so much clothes value \ (Llfo'n Common Tb(tugs," followed
4' \ -- '" -- to the lI. D. C. with i i tho I l'ol1ll1lulllolIwrvll'c\ ( and
\ ; ( their We admit these units :
,: UnTIIU\: money. are : BulkLardperlb.12 l-2c
j ; I l'\lt'V All I Hm veleians und, members (HIM( evening Hiibjcct will lio ::
of i Ihu U. D. e.! ln<-lulling Mrs.Ceoigu under priced, They should he sold for $35.00 "(:I'uwlh by I ii ten I bulL''

? .; Lllllo( Minn Jean I Davln ulebratd I; Ito 1"1'111, Ill Es. .1. '1'. Moore, to $40.00--hut we are going to continue to sell Kpnorlh: 1 Lcaguo ut 7:30: o'clock! I

; her Hi*th bin Inlay anniversary, M"rH. A nn In I-ou (hod WI II, Mrs.I i II. them (or $25,00.Ve prefer to accept a very small I Sunday evening. Royal Gelatine per package 8c
!+t Tuesday atu-i IIODII with u paily ator Perkins, and 111 re Charles Imiui hi ins iMId-wi'ok 1 devotional' HorvlcoWedueHday ,
( I 44 liuuiu.j ot I.awtcy Worn III atltndance.i proft on each sale and keep people talking about cvenliiK ut 7:30: o'clock

j 9 llecoralloiiitvero) of pink and MOIS" ---- our store 81! the headquarters for real clothes values. all a I'U cordially Invited to our I Honey in Comb pint jars30c
I", whim HnU I ho larco blithdiiy cakoed I i\ HI i; DI'; i.i nMm. L4crv mcmi. ,

; c <; In whlto held nix pink cxiidleH.rUcfreshnieutH .
t' I of !< cream and '1'. .1. Alilerman, was hOHIt'1I1I Any Fabric Any StyleA II One Price $25 I.IIISIIHI.t'lIl'IIC'1I: : i Asst. Jelly or Jams 6 oz. Glass 8c i iI
[cake weru xervi-d llio lllllo gueslH 'to I Ihu l.lvie do Mots Club Thursday III'''. (ieiti-Ki/ ) II. 1.0"I')', m.iluiscr.I -
tin the lawn, )h'uvors for I lie. buys at her homo on Walnut street.Tho I, I .

were marble! whim I IKS gltli wcru you iuuuu of I ho lower /flour 0 a. m.,- Sunday school Mr. Honev Dew Preserves No.1 1 25cTANNING'S
'7 given pJD T lials. Jean received ueru in'list Icully dccoralt-d( withhrysaiilhcniiiiiis J. !M. Trilby, Supt. I jar "

4 ninny gifts aa runitmbraiicL; > of and marigolds. Nat Sternberg 11 II. in.- Morning worship
thin happy occasion. 4\ ri er u two COIII-HO: I lunclipon served, Mormon : liming: Hack tho 1<111//;." No. 1 JAU I
Mrs. A. W Ainlui'Moii assl teiiJoan's at inin o'clock I Ihn( mcmhcrs discussed I 0:15\ I p. in. Christian Kndcuvor7.3tl ,

mother. Mrs. K. M Davis Tho Hotel by I I.JlloIIuhulh : : : I'. 111.-I'venlllg; worship.ioHpcl Bread and Butter Pickles 22c
.;i' 'iiL i*k u % 'I.1113*( utijt''SI litit t''flt I Ik 1r IT tifl il* till .HflWfll.Mrs._ (J HOIIKB and Hcruion. I

pleasure of Hi" young peuplo. ; Kdwanl: flu rmuu. Ill us. 11. C. .__, Prayer IIIt'IOUlIgVcduuuday;
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thu afternoon JOIII'IJ of HahiHsvllle( 1'0. L, A. Rosedale Peaches
dffl Invited to enjoy oven Ing at 7:30.liulsumug : No 21-2 1 20c
fuero: Freemuii rcPglHteIJr.., llelen Davis' Mm. H. H. Carloton( Mrs. I. '
d < .MtCIII; (ill<:i.KHThu : ; ; ; nv MK.
and MI' 10. K ferryman ( Hr. uUlllIlI'lI. K.! L. Hlggs
Dow Hug I'mmettI Wyniiin ''
: | and Marl.in .\:'tltIHK.: \\'. ii. IIKJ( <;:$ '
I Perry man, Jack Halle, KobcrcitJHookH ) welts tho inciiibers present, and' sons, of Starke; Mrs. Hoy KobnlH I Libby's'Apples Butter
of Miss( Lois Scotlami
Frances Overnlrcet, Jac line aud Buddy Andrews, Virginia. Itltt.'KPTION'; ; : THU Mi. Arrhlu irelner; was an The 11111114 of Mr. und IL!mmi.V., 1HlggH llciuli ; Mrs. '1'. S.1 Jllcbrlst and
(Anderson A. W. Anderson. N. T. IIO.Mi: ; 1)Jo'1: n. AND: ;AIICS. llli(iUS I Interesting: event. I taking I place yuslidn.v ot Luwley, was I Iho( settln IIU U II. ot bra, ummiwlek, Oil.; Mr. and : NO. 2 1-2 CAN
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[and Toinnilo RIlel,. John Aiuleruon ----,--- I afternoon' \ o'clock ulIhn of u heautlful" ( und. happy occjisloWednesday !\of\ I'oc., K.: II. Wells! and daughter ot

[ Gloria JolniH, Juanlta( Itaru- FollowliiK/ a family i reunion Mr. I College I Heights( Methodist October (bird (Iho clay I.awt.yII'; and 1 1IrK.! A. 1 U. liar I White House Table Butter. 18c :
[ foot, Ulalne und, Albert HUwiirdu'llazcu and lIIl'H.V.. I II. Higgs, weru at cliurch. Dr. W. K. Plner olllclutIng bolng use llftleth anniversary uf 1 ley. Jr., und A. II. halley (III,
and( Unil.i Carlelon. UulhjWyman homo to I heir friends from eight ut I Ihe ring service In (lie presence tlulll' weddhiK.! They! were! mar I thIn young man is thu only great'! i ALASKA FANCY
r't1 : L'ICtlu. CurpeuliiK, Lorraine lo ten i'. III.. on' Uitobcr third at of u largo; assemblage of relatives ltd at the humo 'of Mis. Hlggparents grand child ot (the family: Mr. an.I
LJ1i5P Bapp Clara I'lume, Dot am'Buddy liuwley.Tliu and friends." ( the Hev. und 111'1f.V.. yChalllu : !MI-H. .1. i H.: Hull, Mr.. and Mrs. II. A I II PillkSahnontallcan18c
lower floor of their homo I Cy boll I n III fern and (It lIPS follugo; I I
IJUibop.; Junior Adklmt am / In Fuyellevllle, N. C., Oct. Hall I and (wo children of Uuluouvllle. -
| Ann Malpus. was opened en suite and was (beautifully ; were combined I In transforming I u third efglKeeu Heventy-eighl. and, Mr. l Kverello liabbilt of '
Margaret background! of ; for /floor I :
with Of
decorated quantities greenery ; .
,it-Jlghl I of I heir nine children uiuiiWnUiern (Jt'ornt'lown.MKKTIMi i
tlllKllt"IR of pink radiance roses. ._ SERVICE; COMBINED WITH LOW
4r VIHST .M or :Ii 1'\\'; KUdlolax I dahlias I I and roses. Yellow I- or (hell-; (aims hIImi amid --'-.- ---- I
being, I tho 'predominating color. (ifs either sldfl of I HIM altar were : ; 01.!' TIIHV.: :\1. H.
dxlif other near relatives gathered 01 THICES (QUALITY AND COURTESY TO ALL
14d .-- The 'guests( wcii met at I Ihu dour (pal isis I In growing I elfecl. So1 I lawn for nix:< o'clock dinner C"l' 'I'lmmTIIIJST: : ('IIl.IIt'1i !

II' 'Ihe llrtit un'i'llnic of (tho Worn, by Mrs., 10. II.V t'll In. !Mrs. Hlggs I'lecedliirf( I ha cereinony.\ a pru- When all of (Iho Ufyonoul"lIltt/
i BI\'I n Club ot fitarke for (the new was assisted III cailng for her Kruin of nuptial music was givenby wi I'e Healed ut I lie long (ableltiiiikrt The Womun'tt Missionary !Society: Independent Stores Co.

t' : i club year will be held Wedueuday, guests by her daughters and Audi HwelAtul'1I111IIKI.; and Mrs.Hryiiu | was ret n i ned by I the IIUHIM of \Il'lIwdl"tl'llul'ch! ", met Monday r
Oct. 10li, ut 3.30: o'clock at the( ditiigliters-ln I I Malia 1g. soloist. 11.1 rut. Mo- lllggs.: Mr. W. H. Hlggs ojfttorgelown afternoon at tho church, wllh
A TIIIIIlII'1I1U'ugralll' of piano harg snug sweetly "Hero Is My | tIme following: named mem burs ,
Wonuin's club IIOIIHK. : \ C. E. Cowlcs
? ( ( <<> being (Iho eldest sonantj'd ,
" An Infoiinul reception for I (hainwmbera numberswiw icmd<*r ul by Miss( lleuil". ((1410). Hulwbil! ). "Thu Hrl- as loHstmuHlor.4Mr. present: McHdamoa A. Wood M. K.I'M :. manager
Mil nf I Ito Iliadtord I Illgl I( Abblo I llailry."wUc: >f|IshlyCli'' "Way- dal .4hunt'mis'.ffissii. ut llis opera I Lohpiigrln : wards. K. M. Hooka. .J.V.. I :
school faculty 'w Ill follow Immediately Hide( CUapiiclV/ : fiy. (1 I. .1:).: Wilson &tI)4) WII,i ')11I""t.'1'1., I ho ,processional / and M mtl. Illggu' each:! fount White( W. K. Mlddlelon S. H. Dowling. I I

I after lumJuonn Kpsslon. A Miss Martha Roberts( of West Piilmlloach and Mendelssohn's( Wedding a\Jhelr l place at I Ihu talus a puck L. A. Davit, J.. II. Hitch William -- --- -- ---_._ .. ._ ._, -- -,--- .
: prominent speaker will be ht'art Who l playctt "Vulsu l':aprlcu" March\ us I Hie 1'11",10111'1"", l ., I During ift> lontainlng a gold watch. gifts( Strut( h. Sr., It. A. Weeks W.O. I
I during I Ihu( con rue of I the afternoon by H. A. Nowlaud. 'Mrs. I.. (II I, (Ihe ceremony, "At !lawlliIWUH! / l;l 6iu I their children. I. Hallo. A. Z. Adklnu. '1'. J. GritI I

and also a reailing (by oim whom (Hill very beautifully and approu-\ Hoftly played.. |TIIOHU present for the dlnneivi nil, Misses Amelia Kay and Kate I I IStruth.
enjoy i. i lately gang' "There Is Silver I Now 1I1IIKf11l'1"! Proctor ot .SI. Pulers- iic; Mr. and Mm. W. H. Hlggsihd .
overyono 0
Alt me m(IK'ni it rn urgod I to bo WhefM Units Vas (Cold" by llnntliiRlon. I I liurg was I Iho chuimlng I : .maid. of ; clilldren, of (Jeorgotown: Mr. TIme President! I'll.Yood.. prc-
present and are reminded I that dull honor aiul' was gowned1 hi imlfliniln .. I t (j. Hlggs!.: ami children of Hast, Hided over use, meeting and after" Third Liberty Bonds
duos arc duo uii % S meet Ing.JIoulBHiH'.u. 1t11l1'IHlln I : while( list trains! fashioned ; !. (lines with u rape! effocl.' : Hid(\ children of Luwtey; !Mrs. 10t :. biiBlness, was transacted : As No-

I Ij for ((ho afternoon will on, straight' I lines which oniphasUud Situ woru modish' hat to ',ma th hu,. Du..; Uilow and. child roll' of Mld.1 I vtn*>er Is the month for the election
be Modameu A. /. Adklns, I II. 1.Atneu 1. her nlalllncss.HetreHhments and Oarrleil u bouquet. ,, of Bwqj-t ..--- : of olllcern/ for the society this
T. J. AUIerman 1'3. 1'J. laHova of golden he hem' rosebuds.Mr. resident[ appointed an a nomlnut-
O. I,. HuyntJH. J. 1-". Uolley, cream and cake weiu served.tuesl \Vyalt( Ilimsd mug, coimln ot the lug coinmltleo; Mrs. W. U. Hallo. If you have not yet cashed in your Third

\, J. B. BUt her. It. H. I I ii Iii plIrey. O. ( invited" to share wllh( Mr. I groom was tho best 111111'}! FLORIDA : !\Mrs. J. W. White and Mrs. W. K.Mlddlolon. Liberty Bonds bring them the Bank of jj
w1i ; A, Futch and T. J, C.llllUi.TWHNTIITII i and Mrs. I Illggs I weio: Ill V. amiMrs. Thu brlilu W lit) was given Inpiarriago To* meet Limo pressing to
..- J.I I II. Moore, Mr. and. itt iiu.l by her father, mado a llnanclul needs of I Iho society It 'Starke and let them into cash
I convert j
: itvMr l I.. 11. Hill. Dr. and Mrs. O. W. lovely picture( In (lief,: ,"i wn of WIts (!lf1'ld..d to sponsor u play, us ;
$ fllUIflaI: < Lt1fl llrown. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Klnlaw murron gluten Hiitln i created I with I 1'lmA'l'lmHomc, and Mm. U. A. Weeks was appointed or other securities for
__ Mr m and' Mrs K. V. JorgoiiHen Mr. 1 n long waist and circular skjrt. lialrniiin ot a committee to arrange you.
t und MI'II. S. 1 L. peek entertained and, Mrs.I V. H. UeddlHh, Mr. and Tho( neck I 11 I no, V-shupml. was II nIshed of Vltaphonc for tho play Mrs. Weeks to

q tho Twentieth( Century" Mrs.! J. M. Rethul(miii, M r. und! M is. with I I (H-III lace. Her I .'OocIIlIllO! u, fllON.( TUES., WI D. i iI select her committee.
:, XJridgo club I'YIduy( evening ut W. C. Woolen. Mr1 and Mrs. W.I' was (ipplliiied| I In .tan Velvet, adding I Tho study for the afternoon was Bonds of the third issue were.called by

JvM their' home. I}. 'Torode Mr. Jeff) Hubrils Mrs.Hllle an effective( touch ,itihn wore rl'OlII'lI booklet entitled. "Hedeem- andno
I Pink rotioa uml feru funilahetl : Miner. Afr. and Mrs. A. M.Rlanchard smart 1.'rsiuuIs felt hat In ,brown CONKA1) NAdEU MAY pd and Henowed," und tho rearing the Government for September I 15th.
the decoration (or I Iho largo I llvliiK I !, Mis' ILcbt.euiVIihis- t tl r I hunted I In braid ; b'rown mitt ele! IMcAVOY i were given by MIss Hay Men- interest will be paid on them after that
; rooms whore tile tablet wcro III1 '- head. Mr. and Mia., (I. W. Hoberts, "sllppiM-H, I I i a list! carried' a h<>uiiiul 5 | 'otIn : clamoR Wood,' Hooks, Hitch and
"1 ranged for playing Mr.'\ and Mrs. J. L,. I Iliidson Mrs.( 'Ido's, rosen' "showered, with lilies I him'CAUGHT Illlvl.> .. Plans were made for the date.

;, At tho cunt (limlun.1 of Iho( names O. .r. Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. I). A. tut( I(ho valley. I Her gloves hand, '' IN THE week of prayer services which
j j bcoroi vforo uunpiiit-d and prl'.cnHwavdod. Anderson. Mr.and, M vs. T. J. Terry bag und other accessories were will bu during/ the first week of
MI-H\ K./: I. HlKKH! : wa Mr.i and !\II'''. II. it. Thedo, Mr.ind '!II umber( and gold. I FOG" vTovcmlioi. We will receive these bonds as cash and
given u liiu'ii* Inn-fan HI-HI ( for Pd\ rs. Chas. Dlnklim, 1ul I. andMrs. After I lio wedding, )jniinodl.Uerelatives With Circle No. Two will give a silver
t'i iioldini; 1110(h I. J, J. Triiby. who a I MO J. '1'. !Moorei, fit r. and Mrs. of t Ihn bride and 1 groom I u Complete "'//1 next Tuesday afternoon, at give immediate credit for them in eitherour g

;! held high! 1-tu-elvvd.u. \ nciK! (II... Mm.Heardcy ''II.I I II. Arwood. Mr. and Jlft'lf.V.. H, went 1: S lo (the! homo of tho bride, I liieu-lhlry( at the homo of Mrs.
Wide lUfHuntcil wit Ii hand( tiggs[ Mr. and Mrs. I D. C. Ulggs whom I light( I refriMhmcnls I were ;i ,!(UThP&0SYNCIIILONIZATION A. Z. AlklnH.11 ladles of tho savings or checking department.

4 f mad Ito liti k ciehilet und J, W. Audvenu Mr. and, Mrs. A. II. harley, Mr.ind served.: The1\ bride's (able was!! laid liurcli Invited.
Jr. vilth u clock ot curdu !Mrs. 10.:: N.'! ll.ulhlow. I Dr.) and with I mi evHlnlti'CIiiny: | ( I l sees cloth .
for their low SCOIPI.Mrn !It Irs. 10. I.. lllHRs (ui i. and Mrs. and, centered( with I Iho tlel',1H1I, I lU'VS THANMI'iai.. :
p Il i I't-pK Hcrvt-d a Hulad IOIII-MO (toy Hobeits. Mr. and, Mrs. '1'.' H. ding I 'cake. PI nil candles III silver .A IMU.Il': I have boiiKht tho transfer, bustIOHH BANK OF STARKEA
II II,.h...... from I D. I.. Shaw and will be
at the end of I lie KJIHIS.Thomi llhlirlst, Mr. nnd Mrs. 10. II. holders<< completed I the deconitlvueffect. t I ,U"'I'j
' '' playliiK. "'rru Mr. und I \\'f'IIs. 1\1 lr. und Mrs. A. 11, Harley The beautiful..I wedding 17; I a/ i lad t to hundlu I any needed hauling I I

. 4 I Mrs' L \\ uuusui, Mr and Mm. O.Ii Jr.. Miss' Olivette 1I11t 1t. Miss Mat- gifts on display attested lo Lime! ,J Jnht. (.harlr. I uul (rite k((1mg. Phono 272 or :21.

Hcaulfy, MruiitMrs.Y.' K.Htnmp I tie I Harley, Mr. llnbbarrf I I ll.irteyMr. (. popularity of tho young couple!. 't 'llitMuiminijMlcal 'Iftnru''l. I Mallorjr Thomas.. 10-5-lt A OF HONOK DANK .
., .. : H IF. uu In
Mr nnd !Mm. J.V. Andrewn/ Jr., J. I.:. Hall. Mr. and, Mrs.* II. A. laughter of Itev. und !Mrs (1 I. F. > eily, I Hlurn :> ..:'"%sH Canaveral acres one plot
n section near here will Cashier
and Mrs. li L. III Mrs.U. Scott ot 821:! South( Johnson E. S. Matthews Pros. K. J. Davis
-.Dr. glt. I II lall. Il\ r. Sinclair I Harley, Louise' avenue I \ .\ ( .KKMlilllN devoted to truck ,
,_ ,farming.
I. )''l. Innian' Mlxu Muliel I Welter mind Hilly Ulggs Daniel and Sinnper her father being I Instructor 'In .t I "V \ \> I5-.VM: _._ --- I.

an JJ, .Truby.. I I Hurley I Leslie, ( and( I Hobby( history: at Southern college /Sho Twelve Jlllw..l"HIIT"( lInen (:ralldo --- 350.000 now 188'.525
'.----- llggs. Martha and 1 Dorothy Hob moved I lo Lakeland about eight '. (lullIttJ Mu..hI\I". choolhouse to bu erected here.

CItI) t'l.nlnuue" erlH Abbie anti CLicaniao I Harley. yearn" ago and during her resldemfc lAlit" --- ---- ------ --- -! --- -------..--,- ,-" -. -
ThulIlIllI.VIIIu"!; Hob bio and Nell hero hall become verypopuluir \ : tim \ :> ('lI:1unyNt: ---- .
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(01'111..11tbe --- ---- ,,
vlna ----
aud Cllclirlsl, t lOdgar Fred Ueorge stud (In younger! circles and, the college inU IIU frli. HHVIEW i'i1hL'J FOLKA'i /'orpciliflU
decoratloua! for Mr. and Mrs. KIHenuio, Dart hlow. Carolyn. Muirgarat set. She Htlended Southern .""" liy
O: A, Knight's attractive bungalow and Junior IIiggs college and Is: u member! of (ho (, _
on Call street when I they en- -.. .----- Nil tail Ucla Hororlty., lit:' .'harlll- I HI MIHUUt fru MEW BABYID0..rTTCLLT TOLD IW.\ fOR. BABY

________ tertained the members of I(heir ,\HUIIIt"I 10 JAIl Ing( personality ban mudo! her a I.M. Its cR-lNGJJOOODY I CROSS 4E LOOKEDrsiJ6 ;, GO TO

f _ 'card club on Thursday evening. favorite with frIends> In all walks 6L TiME rrr Jk TOLP I MY LIKE.POP .
Mrs A. J. Adklna and Mr. .1. The coniiiiiulonvrs will take t TIIUKSUAYHIM.Ii ABO
; uptIme of life Who wish! her much happiness. YOU / HEART/ /
_ ,C Robinson were the fortunate question of building!, u. two-sto WHAT .5
_ 4 holders of high acoreo. Mm. Ail ry addition to (lie county( Jail at Mr. 0.,1. lieI'. a native/ of Iowa : H\K: InNICHT \ STORf
,klus wan given H novelty pin and I their) Hireling called for Out. 17th.1 Is the son: of Mr. und Mrs. ,Frank : WATCH" : .
) buckle net and Mr. Robinson, u>- to relieve the present, crowded, Creltior: of Lake Hamilton. lie hi t -.- oP

eplvttd linen liandkercliietH uuuiii, ((oil ot the Jullor'a ,quarterv.Thu u graduate of tho University of t, MM DAY ITS AYOU'LL Tt
The hOHteuH sired u chicken now part will hit built on the "'Iurldl', w here he liecanio ''a, member LEARN

'iftUd course at the. end of the 1'0-1 .feast vide of the present. building.1 of the Phi Kappa Alpha fraternity '"IJutttr anti lifig; Ian" __014t.IKE L
gre, ')lonii.Thou .- und Is., now nuking his. 9- 9
t'IJoTJo'UCUUHl.U:: : : :.
** pta) IlIg with Mr. aud 8ATUKUAYUILL1.IM -
I home! .1 In I lIu tidub. whrnihe, Is! proprietor fc
ifr. Knight were Mr. und : of a.'drug store.After ,
k There '" III0 a public! working: nOn) -
O. l>. Beasler. Mr. aod Mra. I. M. u wedding ''trip to. points ., .
Jolinu Mr and Mra. H.o'. Uemore at New IlIv We
think lot of the
Oct. 10th.. 192S, for (In* purposo' I u bsiby-ace the things ;
t. Mr and Mm'. J. C. Robinson Creinrr: will go to Dundee where i we Corpcning's Drug Store'I
it and Judge and Mm A. Z. Adhilus.4 : of rleanlng. I the church groundsand I thpy will reside. Lakeland Ledger I I have to make him healthier 1 and happier. Beauty "
.. time cemetery. All persons In.
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-' 61 AugiiHliue $110,000: exponde forested bring tools and dinner as and SlurTelegram.Orlando I: '._. .- .. .. 'GAINESVILLE aids for Betty-cigarettes and cigars for Billy.) "The Service Store

l (or l Improvements to Jefferson the cleaning will last all day. $250.000: municipal
','"**" I i Something for everyone, priced right. FTa.
Theatre. J. J. CoUou. j I airport will open here October 4. i I---- Starke.


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.- f! Mrn It. 1<'. Pemorest, who spent A wire telling of the serious III, HXIX'l'TIVi': IUMRD MKETINU their committees complete and club calendar Announcements will i s

[):' ho summer In Virginia and North dens of their daughter. Viola, lu a ready for the yours workA be made l.ilei w

[D):I Carolina and later visited her par Chicago hospital was received b) The wrtman's Club of Starke study course on State Legislation Lights; ---power- --+, -water-- -gas- and '

Bits of C I ents. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Johnson:( Mr and Mrs. II. II. Young Wcdnes, held Us first executive Board meet- will bo conducted by an telephone and telegraph are never ,
C Mr. Young left duringthe at 10( o'dock'edlleJlday able leader at each for
I at Amerlcus. Oa., returned home day noon. ng morn- meeting missed until they are stopped by p',
[C):I Thursday.Hats afternoon for that city. : ng at the Club House with all the next four months, after thata storms temporarily and large; and ,t t ,'

[0D):=I I jnembei-M in attendance. study on American homes will bo 'r
x -- I small cities arc forced to BUfPt'lIdbll81ne88 +
J-EJt.:8J" ; Nei ii [):I selected! to suit your |>irHumility Births Mrs' (I. 1', Ilaymond, cliulrman taken up for the last of the club for the time that repairs'

: 0=I ranging In prlres! from, Mr and Mrs. Melvin McKinney for: the Junior: Club reported that year which was tho keynote of our are being made All communities I

0 I Ut\ ::.5l> t tu $ili.i' :>O. :MMrKU<*rlt >'i... Staike, Oct. 2nd. girl. he Junior\ Club held an enthusl- \past national Ilrl'sluelltII'8! have come to depend upon their .
G .. tDtlc meeting at the Club House Sherman, and the keynote of Mrs.
-- --- -- for twenty-four hour +' s
Our Butinttt & utility plants
Concerning and : Mr and Mrs.: J. II. Lord and Tuesday 4 o'clock where plans and Hattie M. Sippel", Is the American service that la broken by the
Cotton stalks left standing lu only
Progress of the County and Town. Mitts Fannie Lord returned Friday the Held provide a most excellent promises were made to carry out Community, which is, after all force of the elements.DuuuellonFred .
after upending' two months \ RiicieHsful\ and a pleasant year's but the home In group action. .
winter home for t the boll weevil
: I visiting In Michigan. They also' attended 'work Our chairman of finance with mull delivery ,
____.-....,,== =IJIJ; ; ===== lJo; :':>==r-> .-. .. All department and bo Instituted In this
----- =oooI the sessions of tho Sowecolgn Standing her committee has already tin service! to

KOIl W'KKKJ I 1. Ames and (mud Lodge In Montreal "tonunlttee: chairmen reported Interesting social( \ pl'ogl'UIfur our'' town. ,
UM'OHT sons
n"U: t ; motored to Lake .
Canada. -- -----
--- '- --- -
U; Oc''OIn-lt: J. I )SHMux. Worth Thursday.Mrs. CENT A WORflCOLUMN
-' '
Ilxi, Mln. PreclptZ 1 10. M. :Johns' ;aiul; Mrs J. E. Mrs. Claire tiulaley} '! who has -f

,;I 71 -. CorpenliiR motored to Jacksonville spoilt the last live months: 1111
.I 7:1: 6G 0.11 !Monday.! Starke with her son and daughter-
poll" lti' NT---- Furnished room
HI l 61 0:14HI : in-law. Mr. and Mrs: J. T. Quigley,
Mrs. H. H). Young, Starke. It*
: 111 0.13 There left via Clyde line S. S. for New /. ._ jALI4
a will be preuchluK. at the --- ------ -- --
III 67s \ Christian church Sunday morning York en route to Seltuate Mans. FOIL. KENT-Furnished apart I

; ill 70 0,14HI and evenliiK. Everybody Invited. She was accompanied aa far as meat In Iowa J, F. Klckllter )
I'I'p; : 68 Jacksonville by Mr. and Mrs. Qulg 8-3-tf
11:1 70 1.45 -- ley and Mrs. A. W. Anderson . .
: ---- -------- ---
I? The "' '".....n""IIIItI.tt''t... in .
WANTED Second runner straw
H7 66 0,31 ---------
I milliner I1t :\I'U'Ju'IIt"II.! Justice Glenn J Terrell and Comptroller berry plants T. S. Williams a

rnlurlill 2,38 -- Ernest.. Amos of Tallahassee Starke. 9283t. I
anal" Mr. and Mrs. J. -I p, --- HATS I
-.-, Creenway were overnight guests at tho
-MaillicwB or Lake Duller, and little son have arrived in State Farm Monday en route from FOR SALE Horse and wagon. VV
Z See Olin White, Starke, !11.21.)
HII dmiko' Saturday. Starke from Mai-on. Oa, and Intend Leesburg, where they attended the I II
to make this their home. funeral services of John C. Lunlng 3t.KOIl.-

L R. F." UemoicutL to their homes In Tallahassee RENT: Furnished !
and ; ; ;
Ir Carl Johns ,'Jlu.k-lIvllle.; ; _.
-- ---
'i Monday In Jacksonville. spent (lie weekend in ment. Miss Addle Kalsdrn of andDistinction
Starke with
Mrs Jack Murray and daughter Style
Starke. It
--- ... .. .
his parents/ Mr and Mru. S. U.J Janle Sue, of South Jackson .-- (.
L M I K Edwards: of Law toy.ft oil in. ville, returned Sunday with Mrs, FOIl SALE--Easter Lfly( bulbsform I

,Wednesday In Starke. II. J. Davis and children, who have Soc to $1 per dozen Mrs.

-- I'ol. and Mrs J, .F;. 1 Futch of Ie- been visiting In Jacksonville Mrs L. Klckllter.\ Htarke. 10-B-lt

tI"'IIIt', Millabli for. all ooeusMargucrile's. laud 1, Wt'I'elIcStH!\ of Mr. and 1 Mrs Murray and daughter remained for a l
,.. !. II. I. Hrownlce during the weekend 'a visit of three days. bait' i4ALi-Missionary! : strawberry :
-- ---- plants rrom.this yeul" nursery

I Ilrvey H Long of Jacksonville --.--.-- Mrs.: .E. J, Roberts. of Lawtey, t lckVm, Monden' ,

ni lln, 'week-end' !heie.wlth, his Mrs. F:. I.. III g KM, Mrs. O. L. Elder Hand Moody of Green Cove Starke. 10-C-lt I

.'. .. I lleaaloy and Mrs. J, M, Mitchell Springs/ \Elder: Hoydlng of Georgia I fUTTHAlTl-r-.1 (o'lF stove; 1. 8-duy) You need a new hat for the Full-wo have just received our

wltkovskl. -of- -JllckROIIVlllo.III ---- tnotorc'il lo ialnoHVllIu 'fuusday.- !Mossrs J. J, Illgdon and N. D. I 1.2 hour strike clock and 1 liUt shipment of ETICHSON high quality, finest grade Fall hats of "f

It Monday and l Tuesday in --_. --- Green spent the week-end In Treii ter churn: W. J, Ilirfe jeweler, exceptional{ attractiveness. Come in and look them over-their ,
Mrs." I U. 12. KnlKlit and 1 son, Paul, ton attending the Primitive Baptist Co. It
Irkoir next to Steam Pressing and will delight I
William 1IIIIIt'II111uld Mr. Laurie U.: Association. appearance you
--- motored _. lo'On'SAI.F1=-Narcfasus 'ChlnoHo
Kay to JuLkxonvlllo
( Bat- --------- --- -
''. 11\ ,It.. MiLendon, In Stal'koVcd.and Dr. C.- urd.iy. Mr. C. I, Amos of Lake Worth.811t'nt sacred Illy bulbs. Luc and hoc These new Fall hats are superb. They arc in hazel tan j, '

\\ r't1l'0 ---- ---..- | ) I tho week-end hero with his a dozen Mrs.. N. D. WalnwrlMlit. attractive
French brown steel and other
light pearl f11
Id) I M,'. and MiraV.. Laurie IMwaids : wlfu and song: : who are at the homo 10.5.I1.LUWtluhii : gray h,

wore \l'cellt'n.1otlll'slK. / of of his father, U I I, Amos. Mr. shades., 1
Lar Andrea of Kliiarl, spent' I I7'he ;
( "Holland
her pun-ntM Mr. and MI'H.V, II. Amos unlit, his: wife nnd children '
I m>(,k-end. In Starko with relaHIII SI i ruth.Dr. In-in wlillo ho remained In Lake peal black and I green. Howard( last word in hcadacar I'
1 ) fi lends.] I for return to A. L. Kulir. Jr,
f AVorlh to do Btorm: relict work In .
'- -
.- ---. -. (>.L. ItayvH ,;;aide; to lx at behalf t tho American Legion. Klurko. IO- -ll. $3.85to$6.00 !I .1
hu..I. '1I Sliepurd) ut 1III1Inrl.III ( :
< '---'- -'
Ills olllce again, after an absenceof
Sutnrdiiy: In Staiko with his FOIl SALE-ShafIlIlK. piilFejH. ;
I two weeks on lucount of Hltk.IIt'IIH. nevv shades' noltiol eliiol' ,'t <>liiiv|
Bilier, Mis Jit men Shcpurd. speed pulleys and hangers discarded -
h'I't'"I"lIhl" fr H'ki In all the lien' J. M. ALVAREZ J 0(1LIALITY
In remodeling of outPICKS JI
shades. urcfNNorli'n to uiuttli. l1,1"1otl1.I.llc. '
--- ---- *
fir and, Mrs j L. A-l: 1)avln'nud I E.Pirrjinun room. In A-l condition I
Mrs.. I. J, Miss Eva: '...
spout Tnesildy III IllKdon. RIg/ and will bo sold cheap. TclugrHph. CLOTIIINCJ; FOIL MEN AN)) HOYS ,
don and Lacy Ulgdon spent:) Tuesday : -- ----- -- .' I
ibumlllert\ and Wednesday In Jackson Messrs.: 1 E.!: M. Johns. C, A. Slarke, 111 _.____.._ .tf.on ,

v lilt'. KnlKhl. H. <'. Wall, J. III, Truly TAKEN: : UP lied Duioc hog, - .I i 4 w wr
fall Hl.tlcs I In uoinen'svicN1 I I
nnd J. M. Edwards: attended the marked -
--- I stralghl split ono ear a
( ( MIH Muift'i'
:. .. Itlis.-.1\ ('. Ad I kins slopped ashoit football game In Jacksonville Saturday mulerhlt In other; weight about r ,; +
time In :Staike; Thursday afternoon. Mr. Johns had his 1E GO pounds.: Owner can secure

'In( Arthur Farilnglou/ DOIIKi while en I'CHlle I to havvley for u I, i tar partially wrecked In Haldwln animal by paying damages unit -.- I4 r t6 lR
i (I'hllllllllont'llf't'. 1 Is> xpcdlng
visit with her mother, !Mrs. Al, 1 I':. when u passing car ripped) the fenders coals C'uwley Johns, Starko. \
) vvks withI.s.! 'I' 1 S. Hewke.Mutlli
lid!; wards : and running/ hoard from the 10-5-11 1 1'c
---'-- _
,.. on the curve near the station j fi t
----- --- (
Ire, Hurley spout] the}
LOST-On street between Miss
Mrs It. C. DowlliiK, MM. Gov.I body.
'k.'nd N in, ksDiivlllo with Mr.
Addle Ilalsden and Mrs. llamrlck's
I Hull'hlnson and( son and liI's. Emma 1 -- AuTONISHING
ll I Mrs N I I. McVeigh.
_.. __. I'UtLf'l1 of ksonvllle.. shunt) Mlsu Lillian Stump who has house 1 pair of Shrine
--J Wednesday with Mrs. "'. 1 I'::. Mld- been a Iliiptlst Missionary at Tum- cuff links: and 1 Shrine pin. If .
IMr CcorirtO(; While spent' L .
found, please leave at Hrudford I Ifi
lnJu, dleton. pu for the past two years has accepted -
'> in :Neulivrry; .attending". .. .to, ---- .a position ,lu one of ,the Telegraph olllce for: reward. '
) llll'HH; Air: and Mrs.: J. lickerill and 0,1 Ne-w York City public schools\ following William' Norrls. 10.5It'YOU Q1Y FOOD b
C. Camblll: of State Farm, were the completion of her sum -- .--. J'r'
uilii" itnil !\frll\ A, Z. Adklns and
among I those attending the funeral mer course at Columbia University
i M. I K: Edwards: spent Tuesln )
services: III Leesuurg for J. C. Lurlug. Miss Stump Is a ulster of K. CAN GET IN STAKKE
JixkHonvtllo.jlltgiilnr d I
F. Stump and has visited In Starke C Ii ( j t -
o ----- ---- several times. Replacement for all kinds: of
; ;ne.etlng/ or the Maionlcwill' VALUES
Stnrke people are \
Many ---- -- 1 1r
''I Igo \ : bo! held next Monday I1ltPIH\-1 eye glasses including spectacle
1"nlni;, Visitors welcomed. lug the Vltaphnne ,' Among those from the State .
IIIK offered by the new FloridaTheatre Farm attending the funeral services frame, temples and screws.
Gainesville, the first three lu Leesburg of John C. Lun- '
IMr and :Mis.I I D. I, Ames, Mrs. C. I"hlo1&14/ :" Mini CI days of each week. ItiK were: Supt. and Mrs. J. S.niltch. .
-- --- -.. .. \ .
-- ------- Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Whit- also! lngivlnK:
Friends. of little Marion Dow- aker, Mr. and Mrs. L. i K. Moseley. -- - -- -- -

ling will be pleased to learn the Mrs. J. C> Godwin MreV.. "1. We have for sale Jewerly, fs Bars 23c
Gaiety Theatre OCTAGON SOAP f :?: 6 .
Improving in Riverside hospital, Brown Mrs. J, A. llouvler. Mm.W. watches cut glass: silverware, ,

'!STAIIKK.l! FLA. Jacksonville, where she was: taken A. Kelsey. Miss: Winona Kelsey .
alarm clocks, glasses, etc.
eye : ---'-- -
Music! by Iteprotlui'o: Plpo last week for treatment: Mrs. E. n. Hart, Mrs. It. C. Drew. I

-- !Mrs. Albert Thomas Mr. (l. C.Gambill "Nturko, I'lorl.ln S -R' Pure Cane

Organ Mrs.. Kawson J, Davis and Dr II. n. McLendon Mr. PUOMIT\ SERVICE AND U G Granulated 1 10 Pounds 60c

| TIIUUS. & FlU. Oct. 4-5 daughters. Ida Lulu and Marjorie) M. Luck, Mr. II. II. Cox. and Rev. -- -..- --- -. .-.-- '

Richard liarlhclmcss I spent the week In Jacksonville Ph ummer. SATISFACTIONWm. . ----- -. -- --- -. r,
with her mother. Mrs Ida Wells -
In Tatum. 'I ..1NNl'.41.I :d/. l'SSO(').\. ILIFFEJeweler CHIPS SMALL' 6 Packages 23c

__.____ ____ I TIUX.\1" :MEETING: : J. PACKAGES '
"little Shepherd of
Mrs. lI'elle"IIIM has returned I.
---- -- -
Kingdom iY01 le" from, Norfolk Va., where she spi-nt' New liter .\ssis-bill1)a. nt ItaptfotCliuirh and IE LUX ( '

three months with her son-lu-law ',""1..)", Saturday, APPLES 2 Boxes 24c 'z
and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. It, U. kt. 1'nlhi' News C'JJ IIIt'O C'OIlWC h' -
Neal. Opening-10:00: o'clock Satur- --- -- --- --- g-

-- -- -.- c1a\mornlnlC. Htuike, I'la. sh1'IIIa) or ,

SATURDAY, OCT. fi Sam Mitchell, of Lakeland .left Devotional-Mrs. A. M\ Darby', Next door to Steam !Pressing: Co. SUN-MAID SEEDLESS Package12cPILLSBURY'S

!Monday, after a short visit with :Starke.; '
TOM I TYLER his aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs Watchword In union-" ':nlllrlte, -- -

In J, M. Mitchell, for Norfolk. Va., Spare Not, Lengthen. Strengthen." Hicji.vrit.Tio.IIOOKM OPI..;":.'
where he will enter the navy. ISH. 54:2.: BEST FLOUR
H'Acn the Law Rides .
---- -'- Hymn for the year-"The Kingdom \ h"
With Mrs. \V 1'. Randall has returned Is Coming." Registration books of Bradford

vrankio to her home In Tampa after a Ort'etlngS-MrH. (;eo. A. Ander, county will be open In the voting Fresh Shipment '
Harm and his .
precincts! of the county front !Sept.:
with her
I weeks .
visit of several sun Lawtey. ,
Pals parents, !Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Al ItospoiiHe-Mrs. W. K. Harris 3rd to Oct. 14th for the purpose 6 Pounds Sack 32c 12 Pound Sack. 62c
varez.Hmnlntf. Lacrosse. of registering electors In the No- ,
Hfiognitlon of visitors. vembo election. The following deputy ,-
---- --
kI"111&\\1:04; & : : C-OMII"': --u.-.-i-\cuNi' ..l,M-k ntl.ciuillfiil Appointment of clmmlttees.: registration officers will nerve 24 Sack,1.2OP&GSOAP
I In districts( Pound
the named
fall drl''H. MIH' (U T- Piesldenl'B niuHxage. :

MON.) & TUES. 11<"'.(. Digest of reports by Secretary, erts. --- ----__-
Oct. 8. )
No 1, Lawtey-qeo. W. Hub-
Mrs. J. P. Pills of Lawtey and LAUNDRY

HKHK: )DANIELSin Mrs I';. I.. MlBIW.: Mrs. J. J. Mullen Inspirational) reports. from all sec No. 2. Slarke north--Ray New- SOAP sBirsi9cLIPTON'S ;

and Mrs. J.V, Andrews: Jr.. retiirlt-H. i Bom.
1 No.3 Starke south J. W. Mor- .. .. .
motored to Palatka Thursday andspent Recognition of A-l Societies and - ----- -- --- -- -

"Feel J'IlIl'lIlsc" I the day with friends and Standard A-1 Union gan. ORANGKI'EKOE
relatives.CoiiHtriK. Inspiration' Address-Mrs. II. C. No>. 4. Graham. C. B. Roberts. TEA 1-4 Pound Can 22cCIGARETTES

With --,_._- Peelman Jacksonville No. 5, Hampton J. V Jones.: ,
Diehard .\rl n and William -- tlou work on the new Lunc-li. No.6. Theressa: : -Mrs. J. N. . _- .

KlcrntioiK home on Walnut street I 11)/11.-1'110. Kingdom In Com Dlckersou.No. Chcsterfield l ailelfl-
I'o1rc11Also 7. New River-M. L. Johns. 2 25c
l I" Koi| >K, ahead rapidly, the walls ing. Lucky Strikc Old Gold Packages
bolus completed and I the root being Prayer-Mrs. T. J. Terry Law. No. 8, Ilrooker-U. II. Colson. ,

1. In position. ley. 4-51-10-12 -- -- it
1'rlIF: f'U.IfoII\: plated ---- -
.----- Reports of Assoclallonal mi perInteiidenU '
I 'EDNESO4IY: Friend In Ktarke; will regret and chairmen. WASHING POWDERS\ ZZ 6 Packages 23c
OCT. 10 of ,
lo learn of the serious Illness Itepurtrt of nomination committee -

"Ttic'Little YellowHouse" \\'. It. Cauovu '.Ir Lake City, and 1 .

(hut Ills pliyslclauu have given up Election of olUcers.Ktcognitlou Say it with Flowers i OLD DUTCH CLEANSER : 3Cans,24ccsThpFq
hope of his recovering/ from the of ofllcers and -

attack. "Charge to Officers" by Divisional Flowers For All -
I Ry"BATKICE - -- -
-- ----- President Mrs. N. n. O'Kelley: ,
HUUTON We make a specialty of clean- Jacksonville. Occasions

An All-\ star Cast Ing and pressing both men'n and Young People's Hour-SlurkeU. -

women's clothing. Latest Improved A.'..
I Also machinery. M.\ Levltou. Consecration Service led by Gertrude God bey ,
JIIl'aUoIl41 l Comedy Mrs. fluKe Worthington Sprtnga. -
Mrs.. -:J..M. Alvarez 'has ;returned: Mrs. J. T. Quigley Pub. Chm. ,

T\\n from Savannah. Ga., where she C -- Where Scfisf action Is A Certainly i
KIIOW," J.41LY7i. .
went to be with her daughter. Polk City sign post being Phone SI Waldo. ]FU.
and H:45 ... M. Mrs. Jack Murder during n recent : erected along border of three I II ''Y

,came preserves In Polk county. hl
limes\ '
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PAGE SIX ,RRAI>TY>RI> noirvrv\ Trr/nmupn.: ITRKE. FLORIDA '- FRffi'T, O'1'onr.n'

___.__ _u. ._.__ ._____" .____.__ __ _,_ ___. _.. ,------, -- ---- - -- - -- -. -.-- --------.- ._--_:.... -, --- -0- -- -- --- -' ,1. i iconsisted I
i the past month, the Red's won byp'a --
0 :-::-=-=-=o---:: "-C.:: :=" j-ST: --- :!':-_'_.--=::_-==-- Home I' large majority. The Blue's nl' 1111"0
Egg-Laying FORUM r I having wlC'he", ph'klf', balll
PUBLIC to entertain them, which they tell. About 111111.\\ st,

Farmers & Farming Contest To BeginNovember did In u very befitting manner. were prpljl'f!'1111.,uul'' hundred k

The affair being a picnic supper time. "III! had

First : Starke Kla., Oct. :3rd. 1928, crat won't do anything because It and swim at Klngsley lake. The' 1111'

Editor Bradford County Telegraph; Is not necessary They will crowd left Lawtey at six o'clock mitt' Mis" Mmes. 101; ,j

(11)' Agricultural Editor) t have always refrained from stay Democratic anyway; but the and after a delightful swim (n the and tWII IIIIUIIIII"r_

-- .- .. .. --- Gainesville Fla,-The fourth taking; an active Interest! In politics doubtful. Mates such a* New York, lake, supper won served, which Starke Sallli,"1\ 11I11II,

Contribute Artitles home egg-laying/ / contest for the because my business matters have Ohio Indiana Michigan Wisconsin -,l -

Farmers, and Truckers Are Invited to state' of Florida begins. November called for all my time and attention they can get everything they --.-.-.-.---------- -
of Farm Experience and Methods FoundTo 1. The contest 'is conducted, under but an mi\"h an I have restrained want. The republicans must do I ----

lie Best Suited to Our CountryI the direction nt the. county agents myself I can no longer all\ they can to keep them and the BRINLEY

_ and N Mehrhof! extension poul- stand' by and lee a man of the Democrats do all they can to get; .

I_ ............... .._ -r_-___......:.-_._ _____ _._ __ tryman. character standing; and ability of them. When election time comes PLOWSAt
_. .
;' [' ._"-.:= =:..:::':==: .:::: --::;::=-===- -::-:; ---=::-.:::-=-=-:--==-=:.==II 1 send few
The home. egg-laying contest appeals AI Smith longer unjustly crllclsed all they need to do IH 'to a

I Several) Counties frr\i': 1'1' TIII: u.\flu to nil poultrymen who are and condemned, when knowing cheap demagogues down here to At New Low Prices

.t'11) J.J.\lC: Moiti,: .\IU'Ti In the business earnestly. It furnishes him' as I doI know that no much tell the people It theyote. Republican -

....\ )II'U THIS \VI\TKIt; an Incentive far keeping; of the criticism aimed at him IB they must eat with "nig DeWitt C. Jones

Take Active Part i records and records are very essential entirely uncalled for. gers"; and .the Republicans will I

In a modern poultry enterprise put all "niggers"/ In office and that
It has been pleasure 'to spenda
my 11ARDWATlrwwHnullmalrnwuuuwamumnruaaunnuanpwmuuwrm
IH l u far cry from! the "Rood
In NutritionVork says Mr. Mehrhof. The records I will keep t them true.. All the big
old ilnys"and not HO long ago, which a farmer keeps In the ,portion of my life In New York Hpellflnders they send 'to 'the doubtful ._._._-_.._.._ --. .
City, and here In nothing little --
at that. when (tbe] farm wan con- --
contest, give him an opportunity ,slates.' It can readily be BeenHlnce. -
leI".1: as Isolated' and out otlondl about Al Smith, but he In trulya
to study his tmslnerm and check up Florida Is beginning to looka '. '' i '' '"'' mnluuunurua' ewwluwmuwu i,,,, ., ,
Tallahassee 0-- The following with I the rest of I the world. great and Rood; man and the '''''"'' '-',,"',....-.

summary prepared. by MINA Mary Not MO, now, however flood roads on I oases. Democratic party has not for years little doubtful The Republicans
This will he the fourth. the sent t the great Rev. Straton down HAROLD C 'VALtINSURANCE
1 Ktennls\' nutrition. specialist for thn enable' I HIP farmer to hop Into. lila year had a brighter! prospect for elect- ,
home KR-laylng content has beenIn hero to fire the East and West
Home Demonstration' Department. ', car and ho In 'town In an hour. Ing both president and a majority
opeiBtlon. At the beginning of Coast with all kinds of gas, and
shows (that many counties In Florida The telephone bring( him Into of the members of congress than
decided, imprest the second year the number In have thin right on his heel the Democratssend
nrp taking a quick commitnlintlon\ with his: we year, if we will only
I the' contest was doubled, and the. Senator Robinson to put the
In Ihp food nutrition and health neighbors and his town' And the eland. by our party. I have listened -
contest' has continued popular; fire out. Roth' of these men could STAHICK, FLORID
: 'to a great excuses given
program/ radio newest member of thin fnm- many
.tliulmu r iuily Council meeting IIv of distance' hatters, bring him Those Interested should get In why dl 'I'I'ent parties ran not sup !have been used elsewhere if FlorIda Represents the Best Leading Insurance Companies

in October' hat asked tor a prt'nfiliation touch with county or home agent the Democratic( nominee was sure to remain solid. Now
port present
; I In Instant dilly touch with a Rood; FIRE ACCIDENT, LIPPJ, AUTOMOBILE:
of She Women's Nutrition portion of the nation at once or write Mr. Mehrhof. -none of them are real but should Florida jump over I the line I BOND UABILn

1'K/gram Two of I the clubs have Rules and regulations for the only Imalllllarvrl.alon8._ :_ or come very- clos to It that will AIWUSTMESTTS, !' .MADE\ ; PROMPTLY

.' carried I this program this year A At valuable first 'the largely radio, from was an considered enter home egg-laying/ ronest are: ((1)) Take- the n -Catholic-- -- --question- for he 'the' time for Mr The Green to ask :/nIr W MI,NNMMIMAINMIMMwaMAI/1AMMIMInNM1AIMAlI/MIIM, ,,/ .MINAIIHM/IIUAlIX1/1aeMM.' /, /,,, 'lull,,,,,
for appropriation. Republican -- ---- --- "
i new club nt Suncront has recently Contestants must raise some stand. I Instance and almost criticism :
'talnment standpoint, but It Is corning every
will and stroke the Florida cat
begun nutrition as a major project. aid breed nf poultry. ((2) Con. aimed at the Catholics Is base try :
more and more to be used In'
so as to get her and the Democrat!
tnctnnls agree to keep records for
Imagination and not facts
\Viilton fount, both girls' nndwomens' disseminating and acquiring. Information ,: one year on their entire flock ((3):t ) Then upon the/ Catholics have on supported will do their best to keep her; and!
The farmer Is one of | !\fr.\ Green, I will bet dollar to a
clubs have adopted Food Contestants agree/ to fiend one copy Protestant' candidates for president -
the greatest possible galnera In
Nutrition and Health an a major of each monthly report to the doughnut, I that you will be BUT
for these and this
.this use of the radio. j many yearn
when the appropriation pie
project for 1928.29. county or home demonstrationagent. Ix the first time the Protestant's
a1 1 Meetings. visits by the county I ID passed around to see what a
i r P Marlon: County has adopted) a Where there Is no agent denomination have been asked to
l1 ; major program in Nutrition this agent and specialists from the College copies are to ho sent to N. R. Meh- support a Catholic for preHldent- generous cut they put on the FlorIda -

S year Lunch rooms will' also re- of Agriculture bulletins, and rhof extension poultryman, surely we ran he fair enough to plate. '

'' 'I! ri'lvo attention. A related program farm papers are still reliable ways Gainesville. elect one of their denomination Respectfully yours.

it In dining; room Improvement has of securing farm Information and The extension service will fur : far once In a hundred and fifty JOSEPH BOLT
all of I them will still ba used for Keystone Heights, Florida
been planned and adopted. OlrlM nish record books to all >persons : yea> when they have always ,
u long lime to (come Tiut the Interested .
clubs are holding preliminary who write for them. The reportsare
bounty Health farmer can tuna In with be made In the elected those of our denominationsat ........................
and duplicate
to ,
Community all other times; and at any rate .
Because it'S Bccuuscil'sindividual
i, Contests lit October and Novem- his radio and /Ret the latest farm contestant keeping one and forwarding AI Smith Is known by actual ex- LAWTEY new -
Information, and still I have time .
b ber. the other. perience not to be dangerous In office Because ifs the
left to hear some mual'aland! other Mr*. K. I'':. Burner Car ) most
The \flock will ba divided
Lake County woman, In cooperation for he has been ol .
s entertainment programs oplaslonally. -' governor A1N. .e......_ A.A._
three according to the number N automobile the
with the glrlss clubs; will groups the State of New York for eight beautiful of day,
of birds. Flocks having from Mrs. L. II, Hill and Miss KnzaBlunchard
carry a good lunch room program/ )ears and during all that time no'
The 1938!) broadcasting, season to 60 birds will be designated spent Saturday In Jack this Buick1hc car of
(this year. Already activities have one one could have told by his official new cars:
began In earnest October 1. The backward/ flocks. Those havIng sonville.

1 dII begun.roliimblit Comity women are new slate station WHUF, at as from 51 to 250 birds will be all act this that fuss he was about a Catholic a Catholic?Why lie Mrs. Chan. Burke and children, is enjoying I he year of years- '

of (]lIln(' v11le was opened then. classed as farm flocks. Those having of Jacksonville, are visiting her
completing their major project has proven himself to be entirely '
,4 Newspaper announcements say will be known parents, Mr. und Mrs Shletland.
Nutrition with Achievement Day over 250( as safe in governmental affairs. '
o= that four Florida stations will be commercial flocks. !Miss Catherine Blanchard has c"N.t Kal
Programs. The women and girlswill Well, another says he can not n UI
broadcasting radio material from d
returned home after a very pleasant \\ISn'tf
for another him because lie la
continue Nutrition support a wet
the United States Department of ('ot'XT"OJoX'I"1'I: OKKICH! visit of two weeks with her NF,
year. Lunch rooms, foods Why the danger on this question \ .. t:.
('UtSI'\;\ MTKKK I: : :
It Agriculture; during the winter. aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. J. I .
', for young children will receive spe- Have we not had dry presidents ,3slsslyin
Those station are Wl RO, Orlando J. MrCleod at Melrono.
'al attention this year. Menus are now for and yet one
(: years every
with ; WOCA, nsnrola; WJAX, The office of the county agent Mrs J. II. Carrodlne motored ,; pcrturinuiii'e, alulilin; no.
ll'' being studied this month a I that wants Intoxicants ran readily
Jacksonville and WUUF Gainesville will be closed during the week ofOctober Jacksonville and ,
; ip to Saturday mnldicil' unvwhm in the' ""tljl -
view to entering Columbia Coun obtain them and do; then what has Drll'" the grt-nleit crowdsTtimmiff -
8-1 3th. Next week has '" J
spent the day. She was accompanied l>ut aluo iMtuiise it ushers
ty In the State Menu Contest this been accomplished by being so the most et.Uwiiiastie t4anenpruksurnlliug
These stations will broadcast In been set aside for annual meetingof home by her little grand- tireljt'I style I I a to
a dry? You have /got to answer the. biggest' yeai. and home up(
formation of Interest to both farmers all county agents dUlIlhter.Vanda; Sandefur who : sew ninile-uf outomutiie' "b&iutand /
\VcHt llllNlxno Women's Clubs "Nothing f In reality has been accomplished innml in all lin.-mr lustory-the!
t and farm women. In addition demonstration agents throughout will be her guest for several days. luxury I
the major projectof defeat the Buick with
'tI' have completed except to SilverlIlIIv..ronry
market and weather the stale. The meeting will be held
reports Air and Mrs. J. n. Dye who
t of Mntrl( for 11128 and have Floildit'' at government from collecting revenue New !Masterpiece\ lksiicvby Fisher The nwturiiit nf .Vinrrii'Uto "Jook.c
will he put on the air Doubtless at the University !have been spending several weeksat
recently In County Board meeting on the sale of liquor" The ia Retiring the most sensational nuoCCM the 1 leuilrr fur 1..uh'rLip"! II
the Gainesville station will Gainesville\ and all agents are rooulred -
carry their Kingsley: lake home returned
adopted the Lunch Room Project to attend. Matters of Importance plan Al Smith la advocating, If / ever won by any "<"W.quality:' iutniiintiv design UuuVHcrril allo
Information put out by our own to Jacksonville Sunday.
UH a minor for this year. They report should be called to the adopted by congress, can be no carl "itll! this! "ie] cur. .\mllbl
College of Agriculture.So ; of Mr. and Mrs. .
They were guests
1 seven clubs starting for the Morse than our present method, putl'ii ia re.piin,.iiiJ| Milll oven>
tune radio and Ret attention of the county agent be- Million of spectator tltC'OnKhl1C
tip your A. M. Blanchard for several days
Hrst time hot dish supplements for fie says he will enforce the present "lleh"illlf'Iund, { ( :, i aclcciuncl'lulliua '
!. a little Information and entertainment fore Monday, October 8th on tile week. Buick HU","room*mull pai'\U(if the
the school lunch and nine clubs law It elected, and that l lIIOI'e IB r"rt'I'.llI.., (.rial lliaikfmki( ''
right/ out of the air over your which date the conference begins !Mi. and Mrs. R. R. Thede and coiintr.IVni. of llmiimiiid euthijsiustinilly tuprudnrturolrvdnuupntc4rnIrlfor l I ,
pro adopting as a major project than the Republicans are do orders |
head. Those waves will be In Gainesville. pliK-Ii. ; their
passIng afternoonIn
children, spent Sunday ;
for 11128.29!> the Food, Nutrition Ing. Then truly, tell me what : in. I Is 'ulire ln.ilu'\
.; it
Gt your way, whether you stop .' Jacksonville. the lliiul cf lIu.J.* nil cur: ?
i t and Health program for women. you are' going; to gain to vote 'I111tI11LIlA't. :\ IltittRr
them or not.VAIUETV Setting Berry Mr.\ A. M. Blanchard spent the curs!
PlnHlitM County women's Hone against his election for that reason -

Demonstration Clubs having reached OF t'LOVYKKMLIMTEII ; ? past week at Kingsley lake. And I nil\ bwttme it .li not only' n 13 U I C II K.
Plants] General Mi-, find Mrs. C. R. Atkinson! of
Achievement Day Program achievement of
P!h4 : I'OU PliAVTIVflTHUOrUHOl'T The only large Industry in the lead>nj:!engineering
in th 'lr project of Food. Nutrition OCTOIIEII country that Is not In a reasonably Miami, are receiving congratulations UM punt twenty-live )'t.UI'IIeaaVitia 11..1.4111)1.. 1I.Ji.. It fulr
'F1 arrival of and
on the a seven
und, /Health are In October,
condition Is
1 Lai'Kcin.. Th I.nHt prosperous today one-naif pound son, horn Saturday -
4 .1 nerving a model dinner In each Oalriesvllle, Fla.-To help make Slightly/ ; .' farming, and AI Smith has prom- .
d flub. This county has. recently Your Heii fop Plnnt ('h)', Sept. 15th. Mrs. Atkinsonwill
( Florida more truly a land of "sun- ised the farmers of thin country

lied at (Hie state' office a good re- shlno and flowers," Major W. I. HIT't Inn. that If he Is elected president the be remembered friends to Miss her Louise many Register Motor CompanyGreen's
Lawtey as
port on Milk for Health Kducatlon) .f'l i>.)it of the College of Agriculture government; will operate Mussel nl..nph..r.1.

program culls: attention to five attractive annual Setting out of strawberry plant Should to manufacture fertilizers
i In the Blue and Red Ribbon
('Unit ('OIlIl'YVomen'lI' slobs. flowers that may' be planted Is pretty general; throughout east for the benefit of the farmer. The contest conducted by the Epworth = -.- -" ..:;a.1C".a"; -_ .
are completing. the Food Nutrition -
In Oetobor.Cnlendhla. .
urn Illllshoroiigh county this Republicans have BO manipulated League at the Methodist church ./
and Health Program for 1028 (!Scotch Marigold/ ) for the -
f week, and It Is expected that prac loftlalatlon further development
and will hold a cooperative will lake 10\ days to sprout and .orally all plants will Im out by the and use of this great waterpower FARMS
Achievement Day Program In Oci about three and u half months to legislation WANTEDWe
middle of next month which will 'that no at all has Store
i 'obey Citrus County' (Home Demonstration bloom. The colors are orange/ be producing berries for folks In been passed to make lino of this

s' Agent, MreM Elizabeth lemon and yellow with orange I the northland during the white. power. Is It not to (he Interestof '

n Moor. Is, an it follow-up activity stripes.( Calendula Is an easy to and early spring months.. While' the farmer to nee that there Is will be in a position to

L of I the Nutrition Program for girls, grow; as cabbage and equally all some time back Indications pointed a change of administration and ..... .. . .

t organizing, : a group contest (countywide hardy. Seed may be sown In rows to considerable increase In the that the Democrats are elected so
u handle 15 or 20 farms ranging
,1 ) in" .letting Your Milk where plants are to bloom or started acreage planted over last year' that their Industry and all industries FLOUR 24 Ik sack Self-ris. $$1.00
JJvery nay. In boxes or beds and transplant .
acreage will be only slightly Increased dependent upon them will from 10. to 80 acres priced ,
VoliiNlii County' lias filed the report ed. The flowers are miltable for according to C. P. Wright, prosper? .

l oil "Milk for Health" activities cusps and bouquets and plants In county' agent. The wet wC'ather'' I have heard many old time right. These farms will be

through and U 11)28.)continuing", the program bloom are attractive In the garden !I hit the plants. hard and In many instances Democrats give; many and sundry Rumford Baking Powder J lib. 31c

seed' : vines ore an yet doing lit reasons why t they can not support put in our new catalogue, and ,

t AGENTS: TO :MriITANM'AL 1"OIt Antlrrlhnum (Snapdragon ) lie along; .this line. the present Democratic nominee

require about 20 day to sprout According to reports received for president, but really and candidly -
if include
('O I.n: IX'J'J: you can growing
and plants bloom In about three locally, the Clearwater section, I do not see how any true Calumet Baking Powder I lib. 30c

' Gainesville Fla.-County and mouths. Colors are gold, rose, which planned to have a considerable Democrat after participating In crops or farm equipment, it ,

I home demonstration agents of the crimson, orange, maroon and acreage of strawberries this the Democratic primary can afford

white. Seed may be sown out doors has about given the Idea. to bolt the party nominees
agricultural extension service will year, up Will help sale.
meet during the week of October but It Is best to sow them In boxes. It Is told that growers or prospective either state or federal. If you had MUSTARD Quart Jars! 2*
Pick out seedlings and transplant ,
I Ip 8-13 for a brief period of school growers of strawberries in not participated In the primary

ing. The men will upend the first In the garden when they have that section have been just about then it looks to me that you could E. A. STROUT FARM
1 f { reached ayhelght of about four eliminated because of weather consistently bolt the Democratic
three days at Tallahassee and the 2
Banquet Teal015.can23cPn.avlA I
; others here. inches. They will stand the cold conditions and the failure of plants I nominees, or either of them, but AGENCYG.

I; R While In Gainesville the agents. of the usual Florida winter without to 'make or even live after being .when: you participated in their .
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a will have an opportunity to hear Injury. They make spikes of set out.--Plant City Courier.KVKRGRKBN nomination, both state and federal M. Inman, Agent

,t Dr. John J. Tiger, the new president flowers suitable for cutting, and then you are bound by party obli N\ ? :.....ft ? tftolll ? I'UCQU
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are also fine for bed' and borders. ..N.N....N. NN..N. the ,, u
gallons to stand by nomineesIn
of the University. Dr. Tlgert Starke, Fla. ;), nus G LIJ1Jd, G lU1
will speak Thursday morning Larkspur seed require about 15 their entirety. If you drop one I .
on --- -- -
h club work, as seen by an educator. days to sprout Plants bloom In ,! <:\In. r. A, Rosier Cor.) 4 you can consistently drop two,

about\ six months. There are three all of them, and this be-
Ou Friday morning Professor J. shades of blue pink, row. violet, ........................ or PAINTER'SSimon FreshPorkllam24c
ing the only chance you have hadto !!
n. Hutcheson, director of agricultural Mrs. William Reddish spent the
lilac and white. They may be _
extension work In Virginia elect a Democratic president I __ _
week-end with Mrs. J, S. Roster
sown out of doors In shallow drills, .
appeal to the good old Democratsof Pure
will address the agents.
B. E. Rosier and Leslie McClel-
In boxes and transplanted. The
or this county to stand by your SlicesPorkHam22a
These conferences are held each
I lau visitors to Starke Satur-
year by the agents, giving them long spikes are quite valuable as were nominees both state and tederal.Lot'll !!
afternoon.Mrs. .
I-- cut flowers and last a long time. ,
elect a president who will assist
Gem Farm
an opportunity to learn of the CropFERTILIZERS
C. A. Pringle and children
Pansies be had In many
may the South in obtaining such
i new developments and discoveries. varieties but none Is better for spent Sunday with her mother, C ----22c
In agriculture and home econom" governmental; aid as the South Is HOP S ?
Florida than the French mixed. Mrs. J. S. Rosier. -
truly entitled to at the hands of
les. Many of the specialists of the '
The seed take eight days to sprout Mrs. I). W Sapp and children of Government
our Federal --- --
Experiment Station will be called
Waldo last week here the
and about tour and a half monthsto spent
upon for talks during the w of Mr. and Mrs. W. II.,Mor FRED F. STUMP. 7c
< lIt' ; bloom. These give a large number guests Are Extracts flavor -

Thirty years ago furfural waVfi, of gorgeous colors. Seed are gan. Editor Bradford County TelegraphDear any
Mrs. J. S. Roster and Leslie Mc- "TIME TRIED AND CROP
k chemical curiosity selling for $10, quite small aud should be plantedIn Sir:

a 'pound. Agricultural chemists' boxes. When' three or four Clellan spent Thursday of last It you can And space In the next TESTED"Our ?

found a way to manufacture it \eliv !! have developed the seedlings week with her daughter, Mrs. J. issue of the Telegraph In the Fo BLACK PEPPER4

farm be transplanted to bedsor M.\ Rosier at Woodlawn. Brands the Acknowledged .
from corncobs and other may rum, please put this In.I are -
Mr.\ and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and -- -- .
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wastes Now it sells for as little borders. No protection from was much Interested in the Standard by which *.

I nil 10 cents a pound |In quantities.It cold Is needed. children were the guests of Mr, statement of our Congressman, Mr. Growers of Florida bare

used! In manufacturing synthetic Sweet peas take 15 days to and Mrs. J. M\ Rosier at Wood- ireen In the Telegraph of the 21st, Judged all fertilizers for \We

resins solvents and Insecticide sprout and four months to bloom. lawn Sunday afternoon. In particular in that part where he nearly forty years. are paying 45c for Fresh Eggs.

*, and agriculture is getting' It l lit beet to plant the winter refers to the appropriation. It la "Glvl Jr all we can for what I

Rome return from a waste. blooming Spencers. The seed wire although the wire may be true the South does not get her we Bet instead of getting all

should be planted three or tour used.Any equal share and never has, and we can for what w" give" We sell] it cheap f for cash and deliverit

The I third Florida National }< lIg- Inches deep in soil enriched by of these flowers may b. what is more neven will under U the policy of )

Laying Contest begins November heavy applications of well rotted planted later. and by making a resent conditions and what

1. It will be conducted under tbe manure. The support of strong I succession of plantings a continu stand In the way Is solid South. TilE E. O. PAINTER for

supervision' of the Agricultural cotton twine fastened at top and ,1)II111111pply of bloom may be secure Jt la perfectly reasonable; tbe re FERTILIZER CO. nothing.

, extrusion Division of the Uulvercity bottom to horizontal wires nailed j td over it long period ty Pro- publicans won't do anything because JACKSONVILLE.: FLA.

of Florida. to post is 'better than poultry I Ic rancor Floyd it Is useless, and the Demo,
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Il\lIn\\ '. OCTOPKU -. 1028 BRADFORD COUNTYTELI\GRAPH.\: STARRK FLORIDA ._."nil! !II ,,",,'V. .' J-.,.
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a LSM1TH v: IS. 11- TR'Jtlmt.'I.I': ; with (Church Itr..t. 210 feet, thenceSiiiitherl Tampa, ITIorldn, upon dcpoxlt of A IRtlr. of Special and Local I'a. '

'd I Ila I TOURING WEST I SPEAKERS I INVADE Effective July ICih trains will )' to P.of !.:Klnnlnir.. lNU1It'r.i4ptutlltl 1..11". chock" "- of Said 180.00.chock payable-will- t be to b.anil xlmll the i I be name aubmltlod la hereby t agreed lie el iuue to., /

run Ad follows: : Mnnter In Chancery ,, ruxhvd ml.I $1 0.1111 will I lie deducted tArs of the M'nt. of for 7xI/J
FITTED A. s CHKWH tor UXP of Nit iii ;plnux. and, bnl.ini-o i.f ",'"val .. .rejection .u}( 'lnrtdr next ap-. ltjjt
TIER WEST AND SOUTH No.1. Sontlihiiiiiul !lornl duo ollrltiii I fur. (''IIJI"III'I.I I t.I 1'41.11 alt I be t lelnilied, t to conlrnotor I Hlectlon' nf IteproxontatlveH" Ih. gennrnl In i5' 9

JOt '. ". Stnrko 10:45 I .. I(.I-N-l.!, I I 'ltIIitg I ii h.,1(1.1.. lilil mi dalo nf 1," held on I Ihn llrxt Tiii-xday after ,
: p. in. -- --- ---- -- I ..
: upon of xald, the first
.I' In
November .
niorii "I.nll' l'hnl A. l>
I""" ,SUTM: nl Ei' 'I. 'IIIIHSlxiv I I ;1 day*. upon I Inxpoctloit. I I I'll'H.!' J"IIY
No. 11 I nnuthhannd loonl dun and 'I'hll I. "/V. I hot Section( ..
NATION after
date hereof on
HEAD I not I lo bid after I rut, 21 of III of the CnnxlItutlonof ,
Senator Robinson to Lead: Stake 11:23: n. m. to-wli.heSs. I tho the 2Anl lnv of November $::tt.no ,hut uI'.I I very of .111".1. I h., I .orlrl.ti.. nf "'I.rldl .hal ,btr '' $
nnd.r.l/h.d Artnilnlxttntor %% |IN<> full nnidunt, nt unhl. i-ho.-k \ '
Noted No. 2 Northbound local due of I lie W. Infurfiilieil. If l'ttiiiii'c'I < ,: 1IIId.\ rPh' UK ,:
Men and Womenin 1.1"1.( )11.n. t i"ui, In a "Section all raKex enumerated f
. .1.cpfl'eul. '
.... v tn Tile I lilil on ditto, rneht lonedIlldx In thw ,
Banker .Stniket I 6:24: a. In. able ( ;eo. \. Republican 'i Campaign. l I"wa ahall. bo irenernl
4S of % | be and nr uni
ent llrndfonl .
l'nnn I nmlprnhent A
: No. 12, northbound, looftl
Him Master of Science "' ::1 i iOG: p. m .unl UK xiich Administrator, And nik ,' ,>lii.)..mi', .1)1).ul' I lo I II I, II. \VluKlnx. butt In till rn"en not <>nuineriiied orSu'CftltI
A nation-wide. "oi i pun t id uf In I Hint xectlnn, I lie.
speaking campaign I for I tbolr appruvnl, nml mv. dlxrhnrKoTHIx I'nbllo I liintfiii". .itlxlaluie. J
Government. No. 107 Cotit hound limited dn..iSIal' !I lMt lion t ,, Itratlfoiil" Ciiuntv. nlxo may ,plaNs xpeclnl I nr
of In behalf of the. candidacy of Governor stay if IH2S. .. lu. lie lu'allawl I
lIe 1:20 1 II'rt""h..t.. it 5' ."1.1. I Cr..m ,, except. .an now or hero "lr
: p. m. : I ten. \Ih a h'u.r c. ,. olh.r. ,
Smith will be launched thiSweek I No. 1U9 northbound. limited clue A.mlhhtrUt b KMnte: of J. \V.IJ.ilten. 1."IIW, I ..t ''I"'V .tnll"N I u t Ih. hhl.I"r tvlHH IM-dvliied.provided! I In I th* Constitution i i u fr
", That no local. I or xpeclai .
work .,'
r. w
LACKS DIPLOMACY by 210 wplM VER AT" &! It announced br Sena. 1.2.0t.8. "ull r.r tn I
was apply therefor ehnll
/1.1 w.rh. In"I" .
'I.j! l.h..I. I. 'llIrn.1( ft"
Wannfa llranch-No. 101 leaves 1.
1"1'1 0. 1.Ir"rIO" P h. ,
I [ In the '
COURAGE HE SAYS tor Mlllard K. TydlnR; of Maryland. ..I..Hlflll t.llI1( I 1",1. l.uhl..h.0 ; locality t
NO ii P"'I I '. \\vber tbe
Stask 6:30( a. in, ; No. 102( atrlvt's a.11 "f I hI suPu'pIttl I thinI (lo h.atfeeted ,
Chairman of the Bureau ]
Speaker :2:10: f 1'l. II). T. tu. Pherlff of Bradford County 11.1.1., "I.ln..1 r ... for 31 nyx trt nlli. w rliall, xlule may th" ust.11.1.I .,' whl1 notice I t ,
Of the Democratic National Com $' ot .I.nlll .IlrR..t and, of ( (11" contomplHled '9
L Civil Greene, Rockefeller T. J. OrlMln. 1.'I..rlla: 1"1 wlh I M.ihl' Iuuis,i'.I. ..", nUnI I I Inw. and ehall I ba hi Ish, -
aol t tee. H.II known Ibat t, H. Clav Crnw- '1 l.hl.I'r fall i I lo Klun .nc- cub. at least tblily days prior, tu the
- Lltc, On. of Many Prom Senator Joseph T. Robinson candidate --.-"' ----- fold i Seri-etnry: of lute I of the Slateof wllh '" In .hU'ciintrxotill.lilv., I Inti-ddtictlon Into tlm l.ctrlxlatur* t.>fnilcli '
- Figure Who R.pudlat.PartYS Fort Mead**--Con tract BTT'laoJ: Klorltlii da, hereby, tUe notice I (tint us.tfl.t, nutsI, I loll wihin h"j If'r bill, niul J In. Ihn I mniiner' to beprovided 'I
lit for Vlre-Prcsliient, will makea I a. (1 lIN I.91A12: NI.n'I'h.NIII: : I P I be held .Ia ys I .... I.n.t, w 1II 1\ by law. The. evidence Ibat ..

". Candidate. long tour through the Southwest,. for 'prpl'Ilo1r new citrus parking In I Hrndfiird County. u, tHa'C I Florldn.on I ..'. I..1I t'.I."f I ( I, iI,1 I. Crn"I ..rh.t Mid notice i ban been iiiibllKbed xnnll i
hound for 1'1'01 Hirer I'acklnK Co. Tnexday. next mu ceedliiH I the flixt UI.I ( as jut hunt 01 .h. be .Mtalillebod. 'In t Ih.I I.PKMIIIIII| | I .
the II
Pacific us
up coast and back Mniidnv In November, A. I >. I IM2H.the huL,13t0l Ihl" beTiiiinch. bill I I xhnll I I be piixned by. S ,
,rlbll1lt Governor Smith at through the Northwest. Ills itinerary -, xiild Tuesday being-I the ,Slllh day ,I.e ,r'i "'.11'I.''hl..I.hiI...110,m, ""'uteh wIll b'"Vlh/' ? atllilnvlt nr pi.oof nf. publl- 1 '

,b,/'b! .' greatest living master follow: ""'11'1'14'1'--]- of"November.Itirt _. "hl__'. ,N._ __ .,_ .__ ,_nun____ I"upon InllH.iiiKxeii, I'ullllliiiPiil .t 11 nh""... .".,11' 1.I.u' the nltArllHil name ..I Inti-mlm-eil u tbe' pr" ,pi>I In ned\ bill t.. '
: .It
of governmental re- Springfield, Mo. Sept. 27 Kan- 'n.r. r"'r .. : t-r ,, nf i Hi ,
riciencf ; In Circuit ('''.iitt, ,\V..nly. Iuh, In. Stnle of 1.'I.rh'a. for pit yearn nml adopted' P IllS Ifilb ,ili branch ."lMlatuie. 5 andvniiii ._ -
jDt3D.; (leronia Davis Greene. IU City, 23; Columbia. 29; Wichita <1 IK-lnl I Circuit.1 Hrailfuiil l County. from .M.irob 4, l'Jt.Pnr or Su.p. A. 1 192:' $. : :I \ niioh, "lld"vl .".tllIlll ,' I

.,.'?, unn 1 u associated with Kan: Oct. 1; Tulsa, Okla., 2; Klnrlila.' In ...'h\: ".'.-,.) I SK t R) rrexldenllnl. I Illectoro. I'I U.V.. J.I'Jn.11..I. proof t-f p"II..I") "hli .. "n.r" '
Air". MitiKl Crown. ,lulhcil l hy For l"I'I'"lal"I! | I I ', ut the S."sflsl l cil >D V-ill npnn the "lournnN of the t
Ro-itefeller, ;; in the manage4t Muskogee. 3: Chlckasha, 4; Clovla, A. s. crt wfl. Iifr hiiMliunit nmlnrxl ('"" tf the Sinienr H n. \111) I I INS. "hAIlonl I SetiHte, nnd nf *lie UOIIMI, of Iteprent .
t le vast Rockefeller) busl- RUNNING MATE of Governor N. Mex., 5; RoswelU 6; Phoenix, frl..iul.Cumplalnmii.. 1lo.Iln, ( I I.:. '!:, flovenlv-flrfl. Con- I 111'11'1'. ,' I I I Tlonril of I< < 1'11'bh' enfrl.-i lopottlul r
hite .. rlhl "hnl ,
I .
Smith in the Presidential Ir. I'nlted Slnten. 1"1"1, I hiConnly. I of I{ I' v o lu' HIM Jo ui I '
Interests campaign Ariz. 8 Los Ca! 9 San : I: -
'.IT and philanthropic : Angeles. ; VB. P Dovornor" of the Stnte of Flor- '. of 1"I"'I.la I sitnviuug, ,; lie, Introdiii-lliin" 1 I :of: Hie 1.11

dared, m I a letter to the edl- Senator Joseph T. Robinson of ArkaiiMt Francisco 10; Reno. Nov., 11.; Portland a"O"lre "'. role, rt si.I l. Idn.For -- ---. 1-2.11.11,19 J',itut itt"I. ItoWHVnn! l.uhl"'III..n'' I ..r

NPW York Times that it heading a drive by 250 ",elI. Ore., 13.; Seattle, Wash., UI| '"C'ndnl1l. Secretary of Hlnle of the jlflleof - -- liny 1".r i.tet'iu, I htv I. l Ie.iuir.| -.
till utic. l.. AiHtrnr .In "Chit la llnlrlTlllc. .
known F'lortsla.D'nr "" 1'
: or ," locnl or "
tptakeri to elect the Democratic 9 nTbn h""I".t.I' "h "I"|
.II mpport the Democratic ticket.Freemason. Ogden, Utah 16 : Casper, Wyo., 17; !I'te.: Allorney' Oenernl nf (be 8lht \ I I.\ '"", "In. n ,,1'n\I.I.1 tu I Ibu

Cheyenne 1S.; Hastings: Neb., 19: Tft. f T-'loi Ida. effect t I h.Maine' .I I not. IIMCIIMI
\ "' Cole. FrankVullH, J.n..hr Von Kirn For Comptroller ot the Stole of npprnllvo" or s'fl'cutlvo> uiiill I III nani
Cream a Republican and Lincoln, 20; Sioux: City, Ia.. 221; AUH ixt K. Von )Kirn his wife: AiiarUMta F"rht Itniiril of 1111., 1".lrl.'I.'n' ol I' IIIIH I ln"on ,.1 I Ii rut or iiiipi' .'.vrd.i bv u '

!! Is a director In Sioux Falls, S. D., 23. and Fargo I.nber'nhi Him, .lohn Thoimm For Trennurcr nf the Mtnto of Flor "nrndfnrd- Comity u P 1"I'Whlt. will I I I nl I thi., majority. of I Ih. iiinllili.i| | .I".r.
nationalist, WhoOpposes X D. Oct. 24.Southern. unil, 1<1. M. ThiiiitAH, III.* \Mfc. If elllu-r ida.K"i of t tin. Soi-retnty .. I Ih.* Itoni-tt p"rU'IInllR,, In (nil fli-i-llmi" en I Ini In S '
{real corporations and an ff the uhnvp 'itiu'llvliiK'' iirul i If
  • n>l.I l. r Superlnlenilont, i of IlIhl.P Jn- I.rucelvp UK In I ;II noon on ( he Sir I afToclcil liy mild t lu"I''
    member ot many eclen.rsanlzatioiis. Senator I hen lo MM. tier or their livlrx. I..... gtriicllon. of the MintS nf : d.iv' of ticlolipr., It H. bldn. r th mil Smith I pnrchnxe .
    rpprem'iilBtlvf. 'It-Kntcf ..itriintepH.Lt'lHf For I'ommlHKlmier of A grit's,it turn of a 2a,( >.iin of bomlx't ol r -- --
    In his letter Here are some of the other '.*$. HtlUCPKHOrH, (>r HNMljTIIN. Rtlflto of th. sin to of Klnrliln. Speclnl, I Tnx rx-1 1,1 1 1 Illxtrlct N". tl:I A JOINT( : .
    xiihl TlKSOI.imON .
    not solicited by the speaker and their schedules: nil I pel-don f I rn.. and ,rnrimrnt" I I IIMIN.whoH For Two JnMlc of (tie Rnprvmn bondx tn itoniditto of AIIKTUMI,t 1"'I""lnR ; it'
    was Order : 1. 1"2S. I. ,. an Ainnilmi-ill' to Wed ,
    Betrays In
    .. Court of the
    'imint*, rvxlilrnrfi or |>lnr ofbiixInetiH the wtnte nf Plorliln.' demimlnn.tnn, | ,
    per nor by any political or- Senator Lawrence D. Tyson of IM unknown to ..cnmplnlmi, For Two llallrnnil Ci>I""IIO.I"n..r"i 1 uf,- $1 ."IKK)."'0, I. bpnr I l'I..t't nt the"I State l h'l In XII of Coimtlliillon, of tile. .

    Ian. ha comments that Hoo- Tennessee: North Carolina Sept. (tint are. 'Interexiptl* In tlioxn. iertftlnIntn ot the Htnte of Flotilla.. .( .r .liy per cent 1'1 annum.., I nl Auit Florliln. I.'ntll'' tn Kiluoalloni ;: (
    lot Vii bit.
    his"election! A' Freemason f Is 24, 25 26 West Virginia 2T or pummel. of mini IvlHK anil being r>-\- > *in enntn r forIMh P.nntnrlnl iiml I use"I.nu I n ultt 1 1)I prlnlcpnl I 1 I of Coiintloa I Into IMvlnloii' )
    supporters urge !! disloyal to his ; Sept. ,, In the City of Hinike Urii.lforil. District of the State' of Florum. II..t' of xnli) Ii" us t to bn pay Spachil I Trig Dli ,
    adminIstrativ order and It 28 29 Oct. 1 2 3. able Hi the oPtion of trletHj" ; rrovlillna; for Ih"* llcttonof I
    > jround of his ) betrays If lie opposes ; Kentucky. county I Klot-IdH, known and tlexcrlhAH the r School
    For One )" 1101,1, 'in 1".r Trut'4euc, Thlr' !Term i>f ,.
    the .
    ThaI he asserts Is an ob. the election ot a Catholic to the Senator Sam a. Bratton of New AH follows: ll > Jfmh..r of the Hou e \orl 0 1"'t Now City "1 Olllce II nub .JuU..; and' for J, -vy- jL. M.i'
    Lots 011. ((1)). Two Three ((3)) and .prmi t I he Hint" of Florliln. I I, Il Vork. bond '0 lag "nd Collection
    fallacv Presidency on religious grounds, Mexico: Missouri Sept. 24, 25, 26; !rour (4) of Rlock fix (6)). III what due,. f u .1""mlnlll"n I I and to h..om. Soli.101 Tax for of Itlntrlct t
    tins: ,iit\ that wnatever1' ''snya Supreme Court Justice Town. Oklahoma, Sept. 27, 28, 29. I... known .u. tile original. Town ofKIMike Fop irnitilirrift'County Juilg-e, gi ()IIIY"bh' nx follriwH* I It* It ll'Molit by th PurpuHpn. jg
    13'Iiig' In IIIA .VmthfHxt, ,1nrter 1101,01UMU"I I I. : and I 1..I"I.llr.
    ; loo\'pr achieved as a food ad. tend Scudder, Past Grand Masterof Senator Morris Sheppard of: of went iimitter of, Sen Ion For Clerk of the rircnlt Court. "I..11'1.10IIU"1' let I 1131.'- of I I of I the Mtnte of FloridaThnt : ".

    ratoi was due, not to courage Masons In New York State. Texas: Tennessee, Oct. 1, 2; Twenty-IOlKht 425k. Triwnxlilp 81 t* For County A. ....... of '.n".... thn I It I Y"I I 1IZ: I 1110 Inclnnlvc. I the- folnwlnl Amendment to 1
    ((6), "Mouth Hun** '1.\"'ity-'I'w'i ( tit1'Jant I For Tnx 'I'oltector. t. r..u'IIII..t I t Ih. ",'h bidder I de- Soctlnn I IV \11. XII I of I tiiw Con-
    .11>tymacy. but to the almost In a letter to William Ritchie, Jr., North Carolina, Oct. 3, 4 ; Virginia., UM nhown. by tlmt i-ertuln For County Superintendent of 1".1 I wih hi. bid A mdi Per'", or cer. eli t t" (loll cit of I"'."rhla. r"-

    :atl prtwer with which he a fellow Mason of Omaha Nebraska Oct. 5, 6; Kentucky, Oct. 8, 9, 10; or 'u b-.l ltvlxli. .n UN ""-01..1.,1, I In d'U"/.lboOlc / public Instruction. ltitI' ,chock lo the; InJunt of jr.Oo.oo. Uillnir I (. ..lu..I..n. b* old th* ensue ,1
    "fi". nt TSI! of the County Surveyor. \ t-hrrk xball fin,'felled, lleioby and be nubtnlllHd '
    l te h.
    |I" 1'01 the "lrf",1
    ,en ,invested. Mr Greene con and chairman of the Smith-tor- Indiana, Oct. 11. IS 13; Nebraska, In rrcortlx of tiled rril, ctuinly. 1- lorlila. Five ,County Commlxnlonera. I linni-d of I'ublUInxlrncllon I I I I on II bo- p ,, '>utoin .hal e State u '

    President clubs In that state who Oct. 15> 16, 17; Kansas, Oct. 19, '20.;. For Three ?Mrmtier, (''f I the ('flOutlJoui half'1 P I of tot li Hpeclal/Tax I Srlmnl plxti ut \the. General Kii-otlon of H.|ireH.n- t $ u
    tlKTOTINUS: Von. nn.l em-h of ty of MUInot riuct, lot,. ( t :n..1 In I the event, Inl \ ( lo bu lucid In 1H2H! for np-
    e candid and gallant stand had telegraphed that some'Masons Oklahoma Oct.' 22. 23, 24, 25; New are hervliy iil 111..1 I hut you you on.inuile For. .luMlce Iu the )I'"C" In nod xiilil. '. '', f.ll.. to unmnlv; bhl'.r the for proval, or i-ojcctlon. Thut guild Suction .

    Covernor Smith ,bas takenthe wee refusing to support Smith. Mexico Oct. 26, and Arizona, Oct. ,h'f..n.t""I. lo a null,I by Mm for thn. fnllowlnir .1 liNt rid us, l inirrhiine lilrlilrr' ii ...t. Tlm i xncoexiirtil,' 10) Mm 11 l h" iimoiuli'il no n* .
    prohibition by Justice Scudder 87. Maud l'r.w.., joined liy' .\. S. i'.w.. ., vl,: N",. 1. S. 'i'. trill I be ftirnlxhpil" toad n* follow: f
    of wrote ,
    [ subject : her liuxhond, anil next frleiul., who Iii-| For Conwinlilp In anil for the I. opinion of bfind allormtv I (.r 1'r'lnVIII I I I O. The Leurlii'.aliire may I
    lal enactment as an instruof "There Is no connection betweenmy Former. Senator James Hamilton |jh.pjaN In her .w..rl hill I of 1'"n"lnlntnow l InwlnaJnxtlcn Plelrlctii. via: No., repnlalliin p p ho I i without I I ,, "hll'g., No bid..I "Heeln. t the illvUlou of any coun, ,.

    | soilal reform and the outS Freemasonry, the Governor's Lewis of Illinois: Indiana, Sept. on Pile ", ollloe. thut Mile 1. 2 i 7.. "II > conxldereil 1'.1 I linn, I II);T r I ty or ,t'ountlt'H 'Into convenient, iichool
    t In ) MIrent
    IK the of I lie fee simple till.' ...III"Vh..r"l., t hAve : and "-(' lnlvreMt. itlAli-lrta' ; nml for hue, elcoUon isle.uinitiiiy .
    ng Importance of the Issue Catholicism and my advocacy of 24. 25, 26; Kentucky, Sept 27, 28. 'hereto uwnP'" pmyM I .ili.>rree remnluigi'iu4s heriuiiln' IY hnnt Afllxcil '1.. board. ready I the right tn I'oJei nf I three m-hool tllut.e., who '
    presented( has somewhat ob- his election as President. Freemasonry 29; Tennessee Oct. 1, 2; MissourI iiuletlnft-, huM au.% foreverrlenrlnir I Lu .M. the l or i Ihn iiny nr /I bldx.'. .hll hold their' attires two Teara ti I
    nnd tha title In Stutn of Floililu, nt TnllaImHHp I W. ,
    i-onllrinliiK KtCKMTKII.: who
    utIle tb
    lln the public mind his legltl- has no concern with any Oct. 3. 4, and NObra ka, Oct. 6, 6. *iil lit lundM to t-ninplnlnant I anilv\ *. the Cupltnl., ,hi.-. Chairman, 111'c of Public (I In- uni. ni I th..h.1.....1. "ul''rvl''ol..

    claim to preference over Mr. man's religion other than to exact Former Senator Charles A. ..1..111 that coinpiainnnt hal. and th. ttventy-nrth ilny of ", nf Ittn,1 ', ,',I ; and for t l levying 11. .1. I
    h. ]. .Koofl' n ,nil xpllU'leiit' fcit .1m. ,\1I1".t. A. I 1). 102R. 'I'NT'l"I,.,, nt dlntilct Mchciol lux fur
    ,. r In respect to the one quailn of Us member belief In God and( Towne of Arizona: New Mexico pie nhHolnte In anil to I. Y ("' wl.'ono. A" 1"II.lll.I I.nlo.. ".. 1* uBC of lln "public free.

    which Is urged with per- moral lives. Governor Smith Is a Oct. 1, 2; Colorado. Oct, 3, 4; Nebraska lnnlntrlclvhti-
    any flnlit, till'' inIntereht To W. J. Kpx| >mon., of .inry' I IIIIHI-' '| nf I'ubllc I I Inxtiiir'loii evr a of I Ih t' '
    . more emphasis and greater!!! Ood fearing man a churchman and Oct. 5. 6, 8; South Dakota ,: t o'I} nnv 'I':1 of any unit: alt ford Cuiinly.,.. :h.rll 1.31.10t.l.a. of Llra'jrord, 'nltttt3'' LI"I 'h".r 11Ij'rly t l'uy. iiunllllvil u tux nn doe..rent t ; ).' ,

    , .ty than any other, in support lives a moral life. Oct. 10; Montana, Oct. 12, 13; ,perxonx. Drum, ,1 rorpiMiiUonntherein. --- --.----- 1"1'1.' i>r !pvin'inul;; : PlitlIttIY.| i xlinll vole lu. I (

    , 1 }Hoover. "It follows then that a Freema. Idaho, Oct. 15. 16; Washington, '' 1O'I'ItII OF .tt>i>i.icTiov roii. 6-si-rt-in t P PI favuiof. mull' l vy.A. kt ,
    P hat '
    son Ik disloyal to his order and be. Oct. 18, 19, 20; Oregon. Oct. 22,' 23; 1', I he FIITtJ1' OfnNIUU., TAX inr.iiN'ollfS : -. -- -- J
    I% '
    Science of Government II : : : <)! '; : JOINT
    j trays it who opposes Governor Nevada Oct. 25, 26; Utah. Oct. 27. Celt not ,nanieil.ronreiileil.known I 'I.rIk. or:Iar 0'1'1'I II'JU'I"O' A", '',n1RrU''tn' H""IIIn propoHinir, ,Four<, ,, tall

    or especially those who live Smith's election solely because the 29, and California. Oct. 31, Nov. 1. erwlxo, do .I.n..I.I.11.to of coinplulnl horpliv KlVi-ii' Ihnt T (1. WIimiiAR' The: r.e : ( 4 1. Ai-tlcbi Thre. (II) ConHiiintlon tiI
    " t the State of New York, are .IJI"'Ar. Powell.I I I.... of Tnx li7.! : nmler the ( 1188'\ ot the Si eta rf
    Governor Is a Catholic, and such *a 2,3. 8. I .. nttnlnxt yon. on . ,
    the Klflh I of 241. tlln or .lulv, lf 1" ,of J n"III". II thu fay of M ,
    of the fact known day tf4'
    . unaware one also Is disloyal to our country Gov. Ritchie at Chicago I..t".o...Mo"dlY A. 1'i. lflH. I'fol' thuCircuit 1 him 1'1' | nnlil.Iy_'".r( IIHirtli' In I. IU2f. .1 uuI' H./llllolH t ., I I lo""tl.11'"ollna"mnl.) tll "' If I''nL., Spud, of thi HUUK'

    ilutlents of recent advances because Court of ,' l llc.. mini (" for 'I'ax meiilx rit I..r".n.ullv..u.' fyi,
    he applies a religious testas Coy. Albert C. Ritchie ronnty.Kloi I.11 '
    > science ot governmental or- Maryland 'iilii, to anxwer, to the bill of i ilocH i to IHNII, C ls'"Ilh'"I"I,i n of Flnrld.t, nnd I Ihn slIme' u. it I I he ,..irlplntiirenf tf ,',
    . a qualification for office which : Chicago Oct. 10. c complaint HO exhlblteil. nirnlnxt I yon, Vvllh\ la. Hnlil rt'fllllcnie' ..ol..lln., nA'.d: (1. bv n. votn of P ,'."- w""j th. I..I.. of FloridaTlm -. I
    :Ion in1 this country that thn, ., (., (tI t memhera, dueled l'. I 8et'I bun 'l-'onr (4)) Article '
    the constitution ot the United Former Senator A. O. Stanley of Tallinn which' .ilecrix DC this court fiillowlnit ili-MTllii'il, |u-iiiurtv| ; :: :
    I' probably no man In public will be entered.mcnlnxt a tlttml' 'In Iliuilfonl" Oniinly' ,; thnt (thn Votes on Hiilil Joint I Tlirna (::1)!), or t the L'.tuust. I ittitl.n' ut the
    States forbids. :Kentucky: Illinois Sept. 24. 25; The nradforil l'ourul YOI t to-wll : 1.1,1'111. I t""I"lon" were entired upon,, their Ilnl. nf Florldit rebiiliiK I lu lb,. pay ;
    ire familiar with thetheorycent S .I"lrllh. All r..HtV. JournalH. with the I I m..,."",- of the Mi-null ami uf Hi.
    "Governor Smith to my mind Wisconsin Sept. 26, 21. and Minnesota nnnllHheil at Stnrke, "n'h' hl'f"t' Hnnthoaiit / I yean .
    improved practice of ty, Florida I I it hi'iehv. ileHlKnitleil I ,UNtliA l h'-unt ,.r "innl| I 5 'nnl'I v. ", nnd I say did d..'I|. lloiiMn of JLelrouuhututivatu. .h.1 heMiibinl ,
    typifies the spirit and genius of Sept. 28 29.Congrellman nO', II tprnilne and illrect I Ili-il I lo, I Ih". .
    lence than the GovGt newxpaper In. wlilrh I hiM notion Sxitlun !I3 TnwiiMliIri I li:, 801,1,' H"K. Joint I thatthn, xald I I I tol'.i-lmr. I III.
    present America. His life and attainments / Thomas McMillan hall bo I iiiibllxhed,. omu week forronr it KiiKt: R art,.... The imxi'Holilitllt' ofilil I Ibe H"M"III"n., I Itn Niibmltled ti Mtiiin nf Flnrld.i, for nilupilon' or r' P

    I ilia State of New York. are, and ever will be an Inspirationto of South Carolina: Teunesseo WtTNIOSS nonxectiilvnveel,, : my hand .u"'. ( ( $H H4iinl, ni-oiieriv wnfc I I In,, Ihx I unilnr I lillniu, cc.h ;..I,:I:ttutI:. ,to iliiiinly l,! I,"I'locllon" .,I In, N'r.t rlnlo' lit III"I Smith has
    vernor :
    aat f1"'I 1..1 .h.rF 'l'I"HI': ) ( 'I Ili-Kt Tiieniluv, lifliT I 6 I Hi" Hint I ,
    : I t
    our youth. I support him for Oct. 1, 2, 3, and Kentucky, Oct. 4. IhH left rif hue rinirt, Ihll I : (: Hunk.llnlKHH .W. i it. Alnmlitynf I
    I which the people of his r'/\WI"OII", Si'ii-piiirv, ,.f lit I HIH moiilli I nf .Vnv '. IA.. I'.,
    the. Presidency for the very reasons 5.8. lluy" uf Ch-loher. A. l 1", 1 1))in.I. cnil| cerllflcnte' r... I : P nt. I'l-.H.' .
    "hal.. Florida anil Hint r>nlil' Four
    1f> If do lu-ri-hy I (osltull
    ire Justly proud. Mcreover. (I. W. AMllOJtMAN.: piiiil HI-I-OIilhiK I I In 'lit il ,1 ,. I f.O.
    whIch Impelled my forbears to Congressman K. E. Cox of (SI3AD Cleik I'lrrint., Court, ivlll ,lariiiA I lucre on, "" I Ihe 'lust;Li ilny of mil I" I h'1"1 a ,IIH ,111..1 I tu a. tip I llowMi j J''
    is record made by an avowed ni-ailfoul Count l'lorliliiliy I icinlwr, A. J >. I """. C.I"I': '. ">:'.':C"I"OV W.-iinlor-i, nnd I IIIHIIIIIHI, I of I b. I HOIIH, p
    Abraham Lincoln. v
    support Georgia: Tennessee Sept. 24. 25 t ivlll ,
    I. '. 'h' (' *<.t ltiirifHi-nnllvfi/i| ( IIM. duly,
    sU.hlOUMAN In Flurilit
    .1 partisan who has iub&rdl- : \ Ihl'I iHib ilny nf ''tly S Ihll
    1 28; Kentucky. Sept. 27, -28, 211; 1 -111\Jl'JI liepnly Oerk. I I).Jntr' A. I I'I mi TnoHday next I f I in l ,.....ln'I I "H I 'I|ital I ft|,.-.I l i-lHiloi-n I I I lu I I,. i>nxii| ..i-ilv I *
    his political partisanship In If.li. lliKl AfimdiiV, I Nnvi. .be. "i-oiini !I. unil, illiililrlH( for wblih luCY
    I. \V'. Al.l>iil\f4V: I m r, 1'., .
    North Carolina. Oct. 1 2 3 and I .. '
    | matturi to the higher call ottltheimhlp M. E. BISHOPS REBUKED ('iu'9 I) "I"I'k Circuit Ciinrl, III. I Hi" .dl 'Tnexil-iv belnnr', t the. sup' clioMn ; rb. 1..1 til nifiu-bla i>f I
    Virginia Oct. E 6. 'lll PIts III" Me IIII l Ul.'il .
    4. Mt'4Tl.He: K\I.U nrmlfuiil Cpnnly, Floildu.' "I \ 01'- .flt'l'iIhIPIit: ." of UplrHIlltnllxn -
    ; and enlightened Congressman Charles R. 5NOtl'i. l-ai-Sl-tl-H.!! f op', I,. "i-nttili-nl I I Ion in.* lejoctlon rut S i-li.ill.iii,' ixirffil twlfe| rtollurn ,
    Crisp of ,

    tmanahlp. lu so doing, he has RICHMOND Va. Severely rebuking Georgia: Kentucky. Sept. 24, 25, It liereliylvfn, I that .nn.f..r .---.---- --- --.-.---- -. ,I imfl'lidiuuiilK he, said' Join:;I' I lei iteuuluuh I Hie: CmiM I IIIIIN',' I 1 ftlllliiil pi-iiiijxlnir;; :I| tif, rnr. ,nml'-" 'I lay i Illly, ( f r Hi-nnlon.n.Oia.fiO(,; uml I )4%!I I lea ilay ge ,
    (haa once found himself a four Methodist i in.l l.y of Unit certain finalhiu'ree t hi. lii, Sib, I In, nml, I .
    Episcopal 26 Tenbea NOIIII1 OP .' of vlXb' frUn' lioini-n' HIM I, >mtnf .5
    ; ee. Sept. 27 28 M-IM.IC\1IO I..rl" ,
    291 ,
    ; of.lfUI '- A JOINT
    < and welcome "" ro"I. on tii .1 : ; 0.\.1. kiot ti,. ixifd tun 5
    | collaborator
    bishops for to the Ttl iii: : InUI.t''IIN
    "attempting PropnxliiB-
    use Oklahoma Oct. 1. 2, and Nebraska t loherl, "i insi. l IV honorAble an A .".. S "'"nl. ) u oncii way by blue
    1 I. HI I 41. "I.
    Illie-nilatled men whose Bo-) Church Organization to promote the Oct.. t. R. B.Congressman. \. X. Arlklnx. Jinltt-o oith. I Circuitouri. Aillcl. 111 I of_I luC" ('1..1"0 o"'I"tl.I' .of.r It.".!,.'.!let" ".. nrn.,\IU-able I I itiut*. c:
    _ partisanship was hostile to > H ami lor county, fen mv mum of lo, 'riiiN Aiiipiidmniit' xhall K lino of.
    election IlnCort FI.r"J"
    of Herbert Hoover 139 NOT l'* iinhrcnv
    II I'
    : h
    Florliln, OIVMN .., '
    James V. McClln- In that clr.ul" raises wh.r. Thai, I County and Municipal ( >( t nt, mldnlpht. nil December :21, P a'
    T.I.. g
    "D. "members and supporters" of that In .1. W, All.rla", hoMi-r" nf 1'nx ineiit Onv"I'I- I I'll'!I *. i.
    tic I I ipi-t
    rompl.loaht l.i-if-
    of Oklahoma AI..h'.w" ,
    : Nebraska C Ih.
    Oct. III.'itte 111"11 6 5 5 '
    ill Ibis be ot Tammany lit Church passed 'here and AdlSAI"r", "I.r ooJ.rorm"rIY fth lny of .lulv, H. I ItiiKiilVHil bv Ih !. >irli '" I
    > latui'a
    a resolution A. 11. 1 192*. linn tiled > of tot I
    3 4 "
    1. 2. ; South Dakota, Oct. 8. 8, Atln Rau.r., Thoin W. Andr- ; uertIt1ceho\! : S Hi. Hlitln. of Klurlila: .
    a more oJ It. In my i>(fliami -
    the assault muli: Application 1
    [ condemning "organized MOlt hiiiibniid, .urn defendnntn. Tlmt
    9 10 North
    ; Dakota Oct. 11 12. fur 1.1 amendment,
    (Ing docil to Inrintlnrcuri C"lowlnl tu ,
    In Th
    the .
    nnderxlfriied. acconljnco fWHun, votea cunt In
    compliance with
    u* snitcher "
    nthropl Supports Gov.rnol'tber which is btlng made upon the IS; Wyoming, Oct. 15, 16, 17; Utah. will nell for cacti t'WJh.. and i Wit' Ii 1 law Hulil I o-itlllcnt"I Put ii hltiopu of.I Ihn HHil(. III of .r I III/. < 'on. niilil |ih'tmu'Oti' uini'iidineiitM I.d I (4

    eminent financial Democratic organization of every Oct. 18, 19, 20; Colorado. Oct. 22. bent bdl..r In lie Court i>mhrnci P Ihn rolfowipug I iliKcrlln, >il JUII.In I'on: ,my ami.' II.I./'Il.'" 1'"- CUUVIIMK u : floolaruHniix I uml I -*I ui lie J,
    figure In InndfordCounty property "I'nnt",1 In linulforil, oui n- .. irov- I I be xi ttt, |I.t'te.i t ,
    ias added his tbe Southern State. 23. 24. and Oklahoma from Oct. 25 Pl.trtda. Slort. ty. .' I : ( .rnn..bf" hereby nlf..1 t. ..1 .11..r. .111 I t .. and u r .1 rid I. ,, I... I' ..u'
    name to the T.'iiHt ,: .h/l Niiliniltiml to f .1.. r.".I. > I ,4 4t t
    the of the statement il".t li" ,
    Among signer .Ior. '
    : until NOT. 5. rr t quarter of (Htitt flue by law for alee
    fifth at
    ''it t ot t leading; Republicans toe any nt November A. !>.. lilZS. lie next n""' rlvn- Iluvlo. 1..1
    Pr, ,
    follhw.t 7 1, Towii- 1 I $iutu of .
    were Henry C. Stuart formerGournOJ' the Irnal k.rln" lon of | In I. I. t' c s- -
    for Governor Smith Is E. Former Governor Nellie Tayloa durinI hour of 1,1. for "hiI| ,, HOllh, H."I' Ilutust. 20 Uliiu-oviil" Hnl."IIIV.l | H 11I1IN, for I" TKSTIMO.NV, I I P !. t 'f' '
    of Virginia and Representative Ross of purpoHM of Natlxfylrnr ".hi Final 1..n. Ol*' I ,'WIIRI.
    Wyoming h"
    kneis : Kentucky 24. 'I.
    capitalist and phllan.il. The, H".I"I shall I.IVI ..I ( .1
    Decree. Iho following d-.crihe'l t real aiiNPNHmpnt of nnlfl .. 1.IIHlnll.I ,
    and one of the largest George C. Peery of Vir. Sept. 23. 24, 25, 28, 27, and. Ten.n.s.a. extnte. lying h.lnl In Plorlte.Brndfnrd. 1,1", th,* saul l..rll'nl" lnniifil property was 4:9. hllMI t nu 1 ..1 .I'l'' .val.., of .II) Seal.1 and ot ndlxed th Stnle the 'I I .
    "ne /.lt k I
    .. ... I
    'a ot railroad securities Ina. ginia. ., Sept. 28, 29. ,'," Florida II fnlrNa I nntnn walil of.. I P"k"wn..' wbl. chnll'I I l,InulldI.1 iiplilli-nlilx I I, .gu, ye Mtccpt t'n,".Itt In. (511.111.) ", at Tallahuxxne :i.z't.t.:. 'fb -
    A lot of land 262'. feet 1> re- Ihu ( : ,
    I b.lnl ..I.nl. "hal Whtflfl llll--ll I I it
    : 1.1,1. .I.
    Ulermi-d | | I I tl"
    ; | t
    Sending a J10.000 con. North and tfnnth feet last (( ,. d..1 l Coiintli-H I lire provlili'il nIUllh day 'e '
    on to the Smith ftnrt Went bounded on North l>y thfllvldlnir wIl IMHIIW P thfii'ou, on I Ihx 2IUh ilny Ijitiii-it' I Hint I b I I, i. : A. l >. I JNM. )
    campaign V f '
    Una A. t>. 1S2B. tl. t .
    ,Ir. Harkness wrote: I' 'Vote For Smith Is Worth the Kaxt bv ,of Sanderxon Fuller I.andx I.iine;: i on>n A.Dnti-il l fVloher.>. thin 23th flY. of -ptcmliPr' I -nnl-iil lliorxwllh., I:'liiur TilKlfli'turi cluHnlfv: ( (-,'(;ION anil- Cii town,'I I I 11-1.14t.iI.2 I I. 11H r ritA vwtn m.. J

    t the South and land
    nation that can produce a formerlyof 128.O.. W. lu-i "I'II I I to population, uld ----- -- -- r ..
    J. H. AT.nRR.WAN.
    Alvnrei, In "" 'lw.oittv- by Ihll
    "U''I law .
    Wader Is to be congratulated. el lht (2* ), Townxhlp Pjc (fl), h. ( eRI I (' _. circuit Convf, I provlila for .' !a 1 i
    I fanaot but Itunre. Tw"nty.nU.: >, Kntalnlnnr "Ot Hruilfoi-it, 4 !ou ,. Florida..r .rpnJ'AI.n. iroveriimnnr, j.rt.lo. I I
    feel that Governor An Acre Farmer I .nl ., dulloH
    $50 to / 101. "I"' and

    has demonstrated to the peo. : ; more or one I...... 1
    this country that he .; faspecial i'NTqFI' ,p l clil'> liloorporating ft Full Line ofUndertakers' .
    posses H or tflWii provlilltia ; .
    :% for
    0V ; their .
    P"e qualities of leadership." Says Republican! Banker ->Iii J. n'rl'I 1t""P'I""O': I'oh 1"V.rln", >I. jurlmllitlon,, 1 ,
    A. H. pow"r.
    J'ng' other rnnws ., .. I I I..I. g".. "prlvll I ictres Hhull I I, puanud I
    wealthy and proml- Solicitor for Cninplalnant. ". It II. -r.Au-i-i.-_._..*...---. Supplies :
    |Republicans who have recent- 1 __ 10-5-Bt-tr-2 ..n...'.. 'u m ...".. i 'iV"JN.u .:

    ""f'eil:' their party to support KAN'KAKEB, 111.-"Fifty dollars south' Dakota Nebraska and Montana \ ,No'rftII OF NTfII': "H.F (That''1'10.,1.. T. J. No.Alderman 2HI.' nth",1.1 fitly of .I.ly.'1., A JOINT nKSOLUTfON AUTOMOBILE I1BARSBAlwaye I ,

    fare Charles W. Clark. mint per acre for your vote!" for permission to reprint it." A. hnx nied ,' ..rll."I. nn Amendment to ,' .Prnp".lna cc ... Tke ... .' -
    r md Notice hereby given that mv olllce and mnde linn 21. of the Com-tlliitlun of the iew..S at-
    son Of the That In big black type la In the advertisement Mr. Snow unl.r al"olol 1 r .
    late slogan
    Senator ,nnd l by vltrii" of that cortaln Final,, lax deed Stnte of 1"1" Id .. to the t.. ." t. t.i.trevb erCera I
    :n' A. Clark of Montana, who appearing In' local newspaper at said: r>ei'r..: of Foreclosure m,,. .nd l lince with jnl"I certllli-iMn I ) ,t embracea PaxxuBTe by the "."lllll.ur.J.latn.Ir Spu axutaTaggla .U.8AL. ,.. ,.
    hN rendereil An September l'th! A. l>.. the dexcrlhed pre> clal "1 touul ;
    the Republican of full advertisements "Mr. Farmer la f.lnwh"r LWI.
    the bead pre-war days
    ticket page JA3X. hv Honorable; A. 7.. Adklnw,, erty "' ,, Uratforc county. ll. It Iteaolved )>Kl.inture| C. JONES .
    1896; Haley Fiske, president ; which are ,being paid for by every acre of good land wasworth Judge of the Clr, ('ull Court In and for "Fl'-'ldn' to-wlt- of the State of Florid: JEWIT

    'Metropolitan and from $25 to Mrndford County. Florida. In that Wext half of Northwent quarter i Thnt followingamendment to
    Life Insurance F. O. Snow local farmer $75 more per nf 'i.o : STARK B. FLA '
    Soutliwexl fleiitlnn
    'II certain cnuiie wherein I.. A. Pitvlx, quarter, S ctlnn Article III of the Conntltutlon -
    I' actively identified: ,with banker.. acre than It 1* today, and for what [,... Perry man T>.VH, J. T. Qulaley TownshIp' 7, Month, Itnnare., 2 I., of the State nf Florida re. ,

    T!itrs of the Protestant :Epis-: Mr. Snow one of the leading reason? Farmers are now paying and Minnie' Julirloy are complain. / ncren.The bitIng to the passage by the LeaPs.l '
    .,. AMHpxxment, < C3f m ? .
    nld. and C. 1la M. I'e.Mevolna :
    Church and Thomas Gerald Republican In hIs community. a tariff-protected price for nearly hi. f.U..vol.. county under the said llntc"h.rr: : wan --- -
    n. railroad builder with vast point out tbat farm land on an everything they buy and because an., the City of $ .1."dt., r,,defendant 'h. nam.of J..le II. '. r.en. :
    "Is' In the coal and iron re average 'are worth |50 less an of a small surplus, are compelledto MuMer. *., the will umleriilirned*. for cauh an Special to thehlKhent depnied'." aalil r cor dinar certificate to .hnl be deed re- We

    acre than they were seven years sell what they produce at prices and "...t.I bidder, In front of W111.lu. thereon on the Z'Jth..day of YrS can charge your
    the Court holme d In 0101..1. A. I' 1921. 8 HRS
    r Htxrke.
    ago and calls upon all Western unprotected) by the tariff for their nrad font County. Florldn.; on Mon. Phi" 2iilh day of "..pl.mb.r.' _

    MERS IGNORE HOOVER Republicans to repudiate Hoover tariff Is absolutely Ineffective because dnv the 6th nnv of November. A. I'., A. ). 112.f. I STORM CATTERY InSmith's _

    and the Coolidge policies. lIe laldi of a small surplui. 1918. ilurlnir the leiml hour of \v. ,\.nr'IUIAN.. .
    for the pnrpoxe' of xald ( .n/ of ; ,
    I8'1' Leaders Refute to Confer "Though I hive always been a "Nearly four years ago Mr. final decree ,,.folowl"l"tofln....rib.' Uradfnrd (' 1lr.II, Florida.olrr

    ''lh Republican. I would be a Coolidge was eleoted President dna real .xtate '" being In Hy t:. A. KNI"IT. 'I i
    Republican strong .
    Candidate.y It.rk.. liradford uoilntr, to. 91.ntia) __._ .
    second Benedict Arnold to the people platform containing a strong wi Plorld. R..r StatuFla. ) _
    DAtt4 who patronize my bank if I farm-aid plank. Since his election n"llnnlnl at a point on the North
    1IU11.I 1fte1 'f \OTffHTurin Garage
    1 utreet. Mltimte 21$ feet
    Presidential he has done nothing to relieve the
    farmer WhoHoove ) 'i (Supported my party's Kaxt of the Northvaxt corner of t
    'p W'tt nomfnee this year. The prayer 'oft depressed agricultural condition, Call and Chnrrh xtreetn. thence run will h* from liulM- .
    !,! wbula, i,. ( f. r..I..1
    : Hue of
    on aIred
    a. to thenrpnretln 'ing
    *" IU"Q o h r .. _t frmer today Is not for rainbat I but bas twice vetoed a farm-all I '- .rai Town of brick, ."ntra..tor.exterior and,the frame erection of it .
    Ii Interior
    :.ter, Seete1A of for the election of 'Al' Smith.A McNary-Haugen bill which was ttrark; thence Northeasterly, along ".hool linllalnatn h erected at I 1--- -a-- -- .5 _

    'tderatlol1 Oyt t the head of a large bank lathe backed by a united agriculture and the Cnriioratlon llrnltn line: landn tMwt'Y, Florida District. No. .. >,v I '
    owned bv ,.. O. ht..n
    of Farmen. polh I"uwell: to the riour l nf Public Instruction' I
    :, III a statement farming district I dally come twice approved by Congress. the Nnrtheaxt corner of the call Bradford County, at fltarke, Florida of i

    lilt IL lune4Jlet.. contact with numerous farmers "I do not care whether you are North wot quarter. of So.',(hecistfiuharter on the J.lnl day of Oefolisr 1915 anil il R. IJ
    &lb.le Into
    Iron ., J. '
    cognized farm to an al.; then. opened In pulilto at 12 n'clork DAVIS & CO.
    Catholic feet noun !
    or Protestant
    condition or dry.the
    had accepted( the b-- who face ruinous Went, oh. North line of North- nn nal.l lnro at the orflc of emIt
    lIdllate's, advertisement Is my contribution fact remains that the steady went aarler of Motithenut quarter. lloaril localil In the ('.utirt lloun _
    334 '"Station (o meet Hoover lh.tarmer'l confiscation of farm land I* stll) IX ft.. IT. t>. Miner land; thence All ..ontraclor. .I.t. In Mil. cnnn
    'falk> to defeat Herbert Io.th.rl. parallel with Cliurrh .
    over paM them
    b0 amolnt h. tnsier Pita
    .itiallonj: arch-enemy and the veryntwtlI.waI going oa to an alarming .&t J1t. "'1 Ilr.U. feet; thence We.t, para.- umiat rond'tlopH' for nalit work ; aNn INSURANCE t
    lie I North line
    a lIue responsible for main- claim that a vote against JNo*. West.IH. of of call North. ',. mount to be allowed Honnl fnr the ii
    good< reason for (1.arC. floutheant quarter purchA of n.n.l. vofil fur
    BO "' I. mtiil
    -41 wheat Is a. vote for a> $50 average Increase 210 f. Church xtreet If
    .II'. HooT It2t.t. lId price on ; th.nN'1 I .nrk. paId In Iiondt., and tat. the
    V .
    'a* W. know of In the price of the farmer's lam Southerly. atony Church iitreet .r.nce cash ton* paid II

    IB."his,nlt method his W. bays tll.and: firmer#)li., ,to during the disadvantage the war. and a chance to return to'.,prosperity .. South.158V. feet IS deirree to the t>Kurt. t>la IDIH.'.: thence feet.; ,; for Hoar""n.'ln.' 0".1.anil above th, tfenh price to I AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886' :4J "

    .tl&hbLJ'! ) pp. thnc Southerly parallel with ., !
    for from for the tenant farmer alnl1. AND for
    '.:!bt ,. _-... ....... I t.tMd: had many requests Church Street, 41 U fed thence Paid, work can JPPC'PfCATIO:1 the '. '
    t o al Tennessee. Kansas, "'.'.; .f e. -':':" -:- North II dea'reea West 101(4 feet ames or II. D. Whr.lo.. ."cr't.' STARKE FLA.
    ... .. al Ion
    :ff.'il' '(1tli. Ctmr.b street, HW feet ; ron ote.1 of Bl-.er, and I,

    .' tbenc la.rJy. at right aD lee \ee, + '.0 Franklin HI., J: -.. .t "-' w _



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    were persecuted for their beliefs. Here they sought and owner and editor respectively I :
    ; Orovelaud
    ; weekly
    that Bplcndhl -
    Lei adf t found religious: freedom. By blood and conviction I stand for Graphic.

    Established 1877 religious tolerance both in act and in :spirit.:!} The glory of our o-- ANDREWS

    .. American ideals: is:: the right of every man to worship God according dill ICJ HUH of I thu"Forgot LctiNbuig/ Hint Col1llller-whirl STOR

    r Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class to the dictates: of his own con-cience.-IIel'bel't:! doesn't kaYo n glad taste In tin

    ? Matter at the .Pout Office at Starke, FloridaE. Hoover. mouth hut" Where doesn't do you leave find a anything bad- General Merchandi

    Matthews __._ _____.__ ____ _Owner and Publisher, -- taste?--SlHrko Telegraph. Listen
    Billy Sunday, whose mission in this world is to save soulsin lo I Iho COI1nollJscur.-Leellburg
    R J. C. Robinson___ __ _____ ____ ----.- -- Managing: Editor
    those cities able to meet his Smith Commercial. STARKE
    financially price, Bays: ::! FLORIDAWE ) '\
    1)'f&' will not be elected president because he is a wet in a dry coun --o-
    RATE Florida Is now eating lettuce
    ) try. If this country is:: dry, then the Sahara desert is wet from California and( green vego- I 'WANT CHICKEN :.1.\/f.IGS 1 ;

    a 1, Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 75c--Payable in Advance enough to float the, combined battle fleets of the world. A lables from Colorado. If wo conk 'WE A RE PA YING-
    Advertising Rates on Application. not raise them ourselves, U might
    is not when ,saloons unmolested throughout
    country dry operate :: -
    """ ""T "..""""" be different, but favored a-t we are,
    f1" -- '
    P -- -"*f" its territory, when !J percent beer can bo bought for ten It seeniH u blidino to send good For No. 1 Clean White BrlYs1('" du '(II

    DEMOCRATIC: NOMINEES cents and bootleg liquor is/ sold to boys /and girls. Becauseof money out of the state for fresh For No. 1 Clean Mixed Eggs, per do-tn/

    '( i, (National and Slate Ollices) his faith, the Protestant ministers of this:, country are fight- 'tJgeta"h'sStullrL Dally News. For Fat li'rllers-2lo 3 pounds

    Vot Presidential Electors jug the one candidate who has:{ the courage and ability, who October--0--10-12 Jacksonville will I For Fat Hens _

    Y CLYDE W. ATKINSON unreservedly pledges to honestly: enforce ALL laws and to be host to the Confederate Veterans For Leghorn Fryers 1/ to i"' pounds

    S '',, i? ',. SARAH S. %V. DKESE LANDUUM CAVVTHON strike to the rotten heart of Republican prohibition enforce of Florida.! [ U is expected the, I For Leghorn Hens .
    gathering will III a largo ono ':
    ,* 'I'S J. WALKER KE1IOE'ROIJKRT ; meat many veterans and their I families Irish Potatoes, per pound

    i ) : O. PARKER; .. attending. Jacksonville of course
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    jg - -- ---- -- ---- --- --- --
    I Cabbage pound __. _
    : 1 ,STEPHEN; M.\ SPARKMAN, SR. will put on Its best bib and tucker per

    '+ For United/ States:, Senator- lo show the wearers of the gray Onions per pound ___
    PARK TRAMMELL\ r- : a good time and make them feel at Cooking A pples, per pound

    For Congress, Second District THE POLITICAL POT I home.-Times-Union.o- Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour, nkn.

    V 4'{ jKi: A. GREEN Heard In front of the !garage Kellog's All Bran, 2 for _.

    t+ For Governor- when the neighbor was trying to Kellogg's Corn Flakes. .
    S _L _ _ _ _
    DOYLE E. CARLTON .. .. .. u u ,_.
    I -'--'---'--'----'--'--'-'-'-'-' teach hilS wife to drive the family Gold Medal, 3 Minute Oats

    1 rr For Secretary of State- All the Hoover Democrats who longed to no thureli.: And yet flivver: "Choke her step on her, Maxwell House Coffee pound
    II. CLAY CRAWFORD take yer foot often the clutch, look cans
    w think prohibition enforcement U soiiio people are mill making/ the
    , 1' For Comptroller) what U should be raise your contention: that Governor Smith out for the door, gas her Oh Charmer Coffee, cans
    ,; ? ERNEST: AMOS lianda.) Yet Candidate Hoover would nil all appointive of lees there goes the, garden fence'I"- Cumberland Ground Coffee, "Pure (''ofTee"/
    says ho endorses( that kind of en- with members of one religious de- Times-Union
    For Commissioner of Agriculture .. Am looking for a shipment of best Green
    fo elllent.-lJeLullIl News. nomination. Kisslmmee/ Valley -- -
    NATHAN MAYO ----0- Gazette. The condition of strawberry Coffee to goat 5 Ib.
    t : 1' For Railroad Commissionera! To those who auk us If we can ---0-- beds In this section U said to have 17 pounds very best Blue Rose Mice for
    MRS.\ R. L. EATON; ,. swallow 'rum many, we are Inclined ,Followers of the lowly Christ, shown marked Improvement durIng : S
    A. S. WELLS *, to say "Can yon swallow, Crowe, born of humble parentage in a the last couple of weeks with Extra long grain Honduras Rice, Hound

    For Attorney General- Smith! Vure, together with the manger are making capital out of good growing weather and agree- 16 pound SUGAR for .S
    ; Teapot Dome and Veterans Bureau I the humble birth of At Smith: born able amounts of rain in most In Franklin's Confectioners
    t pkg.Franklin's
    FRED H. DAVIS scandals In national politics?" 1u poverty on the East: Side of New stances. Although a large numberof .
    For Treasurer Sunftml Herald. : York! And they claim to be lead- plants were drowned out during Brown Sugar, pkg.
    '" --o--- ers, too, and shining examples of the rainy weather of lust month, Sungold Milk, tall
    J. C. LUNING The tlulriesville Sun offers a new the Crucified One who forgave his plants which survived this moisture Sungold Milk, small
    For, Superintendent Public Instruction word: "Boltocrut." ,No prize olrer0 persecutors!lOne of the latest propaganda are moving along In the process Andalusia Pickles
    CAWTIION <1 for definition.-Tampa Tri of this modern crucifixIon of making plants for fall Quarts,
    f Ni3 W. S. bune.\ One reader has offered a U 1 a cartoon entitled: "WithNo planting at a good; pace. It Is said, l/2 pound package Good Cocoa for

    For Justices of the Supremo Court- definition hd.e= says It In synonymous + ]Pride of Ancestry and No Hope) -Plant City Enterprise. Macaroni, 8c; two for _
    ''r AHMISTEA1X DROWN with Republican.-Gulnesvillu of l'osLel'lly-Largo! Sentinel. -----
    Cream Cheese
    Dully Sun. 0- Citizens of Canal Point had plan- per pound
    l LOUIE W. STRUM memorial service In Best Grade Pure Creamery Butler
    -0-- Orlando Keporter-Star thinks It ned a memory pound
    'S'' For State SenatorE. It \be remarked In harmful to Democatlc national of those who had died In the 1926
    might punning Oysters ___ _. ___ .__
    '' M. JOHNSFor I hat thousands of \ ticket to publicly question state hurricane and had later decided
    Pimentoes __ _____ __ __
    lining up In support of the democratic candidates on their stand. The to abandon the Idea Instead of reviving u
    RepresentativeGEO. -
    f ticket: this year Ix-ciume[ of Reporter-Star evidently overlook burled sorrows. Nature refused Sardines .__" _______---
    W. IIAZEN the corruption) and graft in their the fact that many thousands of to' allow them this relief Tomato Catchup Sardines _
    local Democrats to know and sent another hurricane. more
    own IUHty--o'ala
    II They arc raising dates:, in Florida now. Making dates. is -o- whether to mark the name of the disastrous than the other, almoston GET THE FULL BENEFIT (&V OUR UNMATl(

    }') an old industry. heard one fellow remark state candidates on the ballot or the exact anniversary of the
    o ycnterduy that he was going to to I>alls''them by.-Gainesville first-Sanford Herald. ABLE VALUES

    i ''f k'' A Starke fisherman remarks that Captain Byrd is:, not the avoid an unpleasant situation by Dally Sun. pasting- and-0---St. Augustine royally Investigate all of our lines. The house 'hat s,
    1 [ not voting at all. It seems to us ---- -
    J 3 I only guy hunting poles these days. I hut a man in u much poorer citizen : There least be something ID entertained the Paragraphers you money on the lines you are buying here I is

    o who does not vote at all than mental telepathy. No sooner had Monday, the only cloud on an otherwise probably able to save you money on the line rail() I
    one who does vote but -votes for we published last week that we, perfect day being the failure -
    If f the storm cleaned up those Hub-division billboards:, in the wrong side. -Suntord Herald. hud not heard from Congressman of "Jlggs" of Tarpon Springs: elsewhere Don't be limited by any accepted ideal

    rS its path, it did one worth-while deed -O-' Green on the AI Smith business, and Leslie George; of Cross City the subject, but investigate, compare. Our lines!

    l --o They started a whispering campaign than we read a broadside had to appear to partake of Brewster's I constantly improving, our values being strenglhenil
    r against Iloouevelt. against! fired ut the Republican party. The vodka and the salt air of St. Aug-
    Ocala Star says women make fools out of some men, but< Wilson and against Hard- said broadside appears In this UBtlne.-J. C. Uobiuson In Bradford every department.. Get acquainted with all ot ourlj I

    thero are others who don't need any assistance hug and all wore elected The week's Knterprlse-llecorder and County Telegraph. Mighty as they are today; study our prices: never buy [
    --0 whlnperlnur and shouting- campaign : tho Congressman paints the boy, sorry to miss the good times but article without first seeing our prices for the -same.,i
    now being waged,r.uguliiHtSmith In pretty dark colors. And he we were just too Cross to go from
    f i i ) Avrry Powell says the world needs a lipstick that wiT may not elect him, \but it didn't exaggerate it much cither.! Cross City and wero too Green logo ties, and by so doing, you will discover mow- and if

    tt ft Si, stick where it is put. That is tho objection the sheiks have, coitalnly: will not defeat him.Oiala ,- I'- Madison\ !Knterprlso-llecorder. from Greenville. Supposed of opportunities for :saving:I money.
    r Star. course Jlggs/; would he there to attend -
    '! it sticks wherever it is put. -o- '"riilladelplilu liooileggoni' Deposit to tho "Vodka". but he evidently MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS
    (1' Dollars In Various too busy catching Tar
    o : Ten Million was
    One of 1 the editorial writers IIBKS
    Dunks This Last Year" Thus pons. On to J.f'f'lIburg.-Jeslle Genuine IVhilcBroadcloth J each S
    "'...hut has prohibition done? ,
    coined the of
    Hoovercrat by for
    was Republicans use headline In big Kustern: George I In Greenville Progress
    Well, unions other things, it hUll reads a u Fasl.Colors in Checks and Stripes S
    i those who could not stand the stench of oil and graft rising Curn tailed a reason for Homo folksto paper. Reports show that bootlegging -(1Four' I Belter Grade Checks and Slripes S
    every time the word( Republican was mentioned.Don't give for why they III'OI/'ulln'j a Is gigantic and well organized hundred and, forty-live
    (certain prcnldvntUI candidate business In Ph lIadelhla)\ prisoners ot Florida. are seeking[ Shirts without collars, all sizes, each S
    o Yet this Is the kingdom ot Andy ( leniency ut tho hands ot he( stale
    which: Isn't at all the reason ;
    ''S { t S question the action of any Democrat or Republican their boltig "ugln" lilm.-t-Tuiiipu Mellon and Senator yam, the pardoning( board. The lawyers apparently HAWK BRAND WORK' CLOTHES

    'r standing by their party ; if there's been any "selling out" by \Daily Tlmo"0 Hoover managers of Pennsylvania have! missed the otters "The Dcst on Earth"
    who are Joining In the try that Gainesville Sun. If the newspapersof
    S a ; ? i individuals or newspapers it will be among the bolters.' Wllllutn C, Uurunt otters $1GUOO ,- Al Smith should not bu elected Florida would print the names Heavy weight, high backs, rvhilcbackbtuc

    I-- "for the bent and most truetical president because of tho danger' of the applicants for pardons tho Denims for men ,?
    claims the honor of the Republican plan, lo make (the eighteenths ot "making- this a wet country" week before Uio board met, very ?
    St. Petersburg only
    amendment effective" Tllo bust ThH Is just ono of the many absurd few of I thoso unworthy would get Same for Boys, 15s lo 18s .
    banner across any street south of the) Mason and way would bu lo Jill! all the bootleggers Hlln.itloiiH\ I that prevail In by. U would ho (first class news Same for Boys, 9s lo Its __ $

    i qt Dixon line. Very few Southern cities will follow the example. ; and their customers and 1 connection: with tho national cam as Wt'l1111\ an aid to JiiHlleo. Same for Boys,3s lo 8s _
    Palm trench Ind'I ollllent, It In
    those who uro loft. paign.-Klsslmmcu Gazette.Hero > our
    I hen put nil ,
    o within one ot the smaller status --0---- opinion that IhoHo who have been Hawk Brand Pinchcck Pauls for "' (Ili/H'Sf/

    t Palm i Beach Independent warns its readers against "the where they eiin bo lonely watched I Is what lion. Morris Sheppard convicted, ajid sent to Kalford arc heavy enough'' for winter wear $J''

    + big inland mosquitoes flying around." There's nothing like Tarpon\ Springs: Leader'* i author of limo eighteenth should serve Ihelr uenlonct'H, Hawk Brand Blue Work Shirts, Iwo pock
    : of whether they hundred
    amendment, thinks Governor are a year or a -
    taking up for homo attractions, but wo feel called on to re- ---aA --- ets stitch all the ( farmer sal on the barn yard! Smith: regard Governor Smith's years.. It Is hard enough to triple open! ir( //
    mark that there's nothing dinkey about tho bite of a coast fuse, acceptance speech as u convincing get u man convkled and sent to the front, extra heavy
    a'monkey 1 and able deliverance. That he will tlalford without turning out those
    mosquito.:: Picking his teeth with For men Jt/2* to 18
    wrench give us an effective enforcement already there.-Wauchula Advocate -
    o Ho was trying; to figure, ,which of prohibition as long as It 1 U the Same for boys 12YZ' lo 11
    @' 'r Herbert Hoover has won many friends by the unqualified would. bo better .'* law no one can justly doubt after -0----- Hawk Brand Play Suits for children, extra'

    '' statement "that religious questions have no part in this: campaign" For, Iho country to b" wet or.tne /Baling hits declaration in that re- Ilradford is. another North Flor- good material well made Ss lo 8n:
    I the changes he has lila county that bus entered the ,
    to bo welter t jiit. oppose
    4t. ..4 and ho repudiates the action of a Virp/niu national TallahuMHee country Dally U lIIocrllL0 UjjhResled. ) In the case of prohlblfbn tobacco column the past few sea Extra good grade yard wide yellow

    e committee-woman in issuing circulars appealing to women "to -- ----. but shall not permit my demotion 11011>1, The Starke Telegraph says Homespun, per yard

    ,r save the United States from being Romanized." Of 15(1( Important appointmentsmade to that great reform to many of the tobacco growers In "Good as Gold" Bleeching yard
    by Governor Smith In recent blind me to the tact that other! Bradford this year have been well ,
    : o 105 wore 1'rotentaiits question!>* lire calling Imperativelyfor pleased with the result of the 1928 Hickory Stripe Shirting, brown or blue yd.
    + t (, A )'oung' men'a Democratic club for Florida has been 33 were years Catholics. were follow- olutlou.-Pllntu. Gorda Her crop. The yield bus been from Good Blue-Chambry Shirting, yd. \

    Stn formed with Bill Pepper as president. lie won't have to fur- 3i-s of the Jewish faith and 7 be- aid considered fair to good good and in most the price Instances.was Cliff side' Apron Checks (fast colors) yd. I IA,

    nish all the Tribune. The "' d
    pcp.-Tnmpa Democrats of
    young Dress
    'vllle Kvenlng News; prints an George W. llazen. a farmer of the Ginghams, yd .
    & t ; ,,) Florida are already furnishing:, plenty of that, 'Ed.-Gainesville editorial on "Mother's Petting Brooker section told the Telegraph Fruit of the Loom Dress Goods

    1 Daily Sun. In fact some:! of the older heads could get I From Other Pens Parties" Some ot the boys still re- twelve: acres recently this (that year lie and planted from a Plaza,Pongee, can't be beat for school
    valuable pointers:, on party) loyalty from the beginners. tain a memory of those "back of Dresses
    financial color
    I the woodshed petting parties."- standpoint did not rea- guaranteed, yd.
    o him fancy prices, but the
    experIence Also
    Tlincs-Uulon. prints, yd. .
    Republican leaders in Florida should get together and Starke Is proud to buckle on the ---0--- he gained will serve him In Beautiful Curtain Scrim
    give out the same line of dope. It is hard for voters to figure ,Florida strawberry belt CtewUton. Often ad writers get oft a good good stead and next spring he expects yd.
    to plant about 65 d d'
    however, will furnish the'sugar to acres This half .
    paragraph without realizing It. Folks we just can't at offering a
    1 what is when stop you
    Skipper, Republican national committee- go with them In Times- proves that Mr. Hazen sees a future T
    One of the big stores a
    v'' for Florida for Bradford county tobacco, specials for Saturday to dtaw you in our store. j
    man says weekly press (Florida) is:, about -- --;f Union advertisement recently had LAS "
    90 percent with us," and the local Republican sheet, "The We haven't Been tills new dunce this headline: "Women's Skirts and other farmers are going to Increase PRICES WE MAKE TO YOU ARE GOOD AS;:
    called the "II Il-tRII wiggle but Down to Almost Nohtlng. their acreage next spring, WE HAVE MERCHANDISE 1'0 SttiYOU.
    Starke Methodist" puts out the lament that "Until this fight, we nmlerstaml It Is betni:_done by Times-Union. placing Bradford solidly In the tobacco THE PIECE
    we have had the aid of a majority of the weekly papers.... girls who are BO dumb thoy think -- column according to the WHEN WE MAKE A' PRICE ON A
    o I lettuce Is a proposition instead of The most economical Scotchmanyet Telegrapb.-Tlmes- MERCHANDISE THAT PRICE STICKS UNTIL TBJ
    I a vegetable.-Miami Beach Sun. reported Is the one who sent --0 PARTICULAR MERCHANDISE IS SOI
    While Starke and Plant City are wrangling over which I -0-_ his sweetheart a package of flower It. HflWO.V llfllR IIKINfJ: PIECE OF C&:; I
    1 l'" is the ;strawberry producing center of Florida; Hardee county I Man recently fainted three seeds, telling her to plant them In times at his own wedding, but It Tallahassee, Sept. 27.-Pell- ON SATURDAY YOU CAN STILL BUY
    for her
    !is: going ahead growing the finest berries that can be producedin time to have a bouquet Ions seeking to have the tJ:

    the state. Blue ribbons:, from the South Florida Fair are didn't him to do each any time good.and They married brought him birthday.--Clermont Press.- R. Hudson Burr, former chairmanof name of NINE CENTS ON MONDAY if we have any of epe'j

    proof of that fact.-Wauchula Advocate. Starke and Plant lust the lIame.-Plant City CourIer Attention Plant City and the Florida railroad commission left, and we usually do, for we get a supply l large j

    J City are not wrangling over the strawberry industry,, because Starke: The latest Paris oddity is November, placed election OD the to ballot succeed for State the to meet the,demand.
    --- --
    y we realize it was only because of an annually bad season that When Philadelphia bootlegger, : 'a'bathing claimed In to strawberry'juice be very beneficial which to Treasurer John C. Luning who Come in and look our stock over, and let us: salt :

    t Hillsborough county fell behind. But neither run'step to bank windows and died yesterday, were being prepared -
    Hillsborough or up the skin by a leading Paris phyla here today. A petition money on your needs.Andrews.
    Hardee county can produce fruit that will approach the Brad deposit begin UO. to OOOOO think ordinary that all"laymen" this by a tubful-Plant City Cour- be signed by 25,_electors In must each t

    ; ford county berry in quality and flavor. talk about prohibition being a failure er. -- ---- county before county commissioners -

    o U pure "bunk."-TimesCoon. Starke has,a progressive bunch ticket will be required to place nameon Store

    "In this land: dedicated to tolerance, we still find outbreaks of citizens. Bradford County .
    -- ---0- -- Two of whom K.
    Telegraph are IIlnll'RhI'Rlm
    rt of Intolerance. I come of Quaker stock. My ancestors: banner: McCreary, of the Gaines- 3. Matthews> and J. C. Hobiuaou, paved. avenue being re.
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