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 12, 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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Etabihed! 1877 Subsufptlon-For Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75c Payable In Adyanee E. S. .Matthews\ ; Owncrand_PubliaherIE j
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I DEMOCRATIC i PARTY IS THE : ,i Gray :Veterans, A1iDeiiiTiii4: iubdf ..r-FORMER-- =: c'I.;; 1:

,Arc ,Ready For Bradford Formed' Saturday

PARTY OF THE SOUTH-LONG I State Reunion -_ ---.. KILLED; ;

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--- ---- ----I Organisation" Perf;x-t<- l to IbRlDCBUM : Judge Hundley To : - -

: -- .ruttc National !', r K.: U. DJH Doiid Ami Itcii ,Andrew .
jtIge ,\. VlHcs 1,011" o. ( aiIiiewiIIe, Five Democratic Coin|,lot Program for JarluionvUISpsnloni HIM : JURIST SCORES

the t'icsi., Nest Week Stato Ticket At Starke Womulvil lu Ja\ it ITI'n3.
HH: 'II'\\' $'' on. Speak
AnnonacedThree I t G. O. P. TACTICS
ilcntlul n'. Nominees AppearIn The All Democratic Club of ---

And Macclenny Jacksonville, Oct. 9. -.K' ilru Bradford county was formed Saturday
At the organization meeting ot For New Term days of speechmaking afternoon at the courthous :37t; 1 III dead; lion Audrows:

the Aluchua county Democratic business sessions memorial services following tho address delivered by) mayor pf Jtalford. It painfully If Jacksonville Oct. 10.-In an Interview I
The Judge Hcpltal to Invitation toSpeak
held recently In Gainesville, and varied entertainment are : not seriously wounded. ; 'V. J. ; Judge John W. Dodge
dub Time For. ( Congressman Allard M. Gasquo of That lie .Wm. Thank-
,junllfjinic KmlcU A t '
former resli Whitehead 48, Oil i Smltli Htreut.In rhulrmuii of thn
of speakers'
A V. Long a promised Confederate veterans bureau
judge Florence S. C., and the following
i deut ot Starko and known throughout Midnight, Saturday.TullahaMHee. Florida who attend the coming annual officers were elected/<< : fill to Speak| fur. leo i In Jail and an unldentilled man or tho l Diivnl County Democratic) : ;(

tills section of Florida ad- reunipn of the organization to 10:. M, Johns President. ItMHTHCf.Luko In being sought by police us lire- LiuiKua. Just organized;: by the loyu : ,
Oil. ii. Tho time
drcmfed the gathering. Touching, ont limit bo held.hero next week' W. T. Weeks. Vice President.: -" suit of a disturbance about\ which 1 UomnrriitH who are mipporUutf( '1' \\'rl { '
the r
qualification of
I It!:,' religious affiliation of the can The reunion program was an- K. S. Matthews, Treasurer.J. City. Oct 0.-..Judge J. P. three (conflicting stories aro related i Iho national xtato and county 4 4
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Kluto onicoa In the
lirtuorrullc cundldatewJudgo. liongglatcn comIng Bounced by MaJ. Cioiu T. J. Apple C. Robinson Secretary. iluntloy liMe boon asked by George by witnesses! which occurred In I Democratic, nominee I and electors, ,
/ gunerul election will end Sat-
liu "had rather, have a yard stato commander, at Talla- Vivo presidents wore elected! W. McCrory state Democratic the back yard of thu Dyul homo at said: 'I t S

,, i Citlholic: with some religion In the ui'duy night at midnight., Secretaryof Ila soe. from each of the voting preclnctb. campaign maUIAIfIl",.to addrnsfl( the Central and ICdgevtood avenues at "What has always been a fart I'-
State II. Crawford
Wlillo House than u Republican nou need today. an- Among prominent persons who of 'the county as follows: voters at Macclenny whoa the Ba 7:45 o'clock last night of history i lu Florida IK proving ''II ,

with none." The Jurist adds that will deliver addresses are Mayor ket county circuit court moots ou Andrews Is now In St. Vlal'cut'liho"pUILI Iruo again namely wliennverthUopuhlluiu : "
Lawtoy-J. If, Mooro, Mrs. J.
Owing to n misapplication lu thsecretary
no have had no enforcement: of John J. Aslop, Gen. Surator LI.owry Mooro.Starko. October 8. This judge will grant, with a bullet wound in puny) politicians, and 'J '

V Iho prohibition lnws during/ the ot ututu's oHlco Homo limo ot, Tampa; Mrs. Franklin -N. I D. Wainwright, Judge Huntloy plenty of lima In his skull and Is under pollen guard I their vailoiix cohorts. i Intcrmoddla, ;'j
ago It was At first thought: that L. of which to 'Mr.: td charged with the slaying i it Dyul, with our political! life and 'I ,
; last eight: yours and that the people Hid limn limit would at mid. I Each ot ticcsburg president \v.. Andrews Jr.. Mrs. D. I itpaak, McCrory' elections :
the > Mr. also the who wfef Instantly killed when but- (hero I mined ',
need not expect; enforcementIf stato division of the.Daughlt.rs McCrory requested lately arises a campaign *
Knight Mrs. O. M. luntaft.
nigh! October\ C but
that later
I tho Republican party remain round lo bo was of the Confederacy; U. S. Senator Hampton-W. II. AlcxanUc, judge to speak at titarko when clr let struck him In tho left chock of I lies iin/il slanders< upon \bet, I !'

5 III power! erroneous. Duncan U, Fletcher'' and Gen. Kd Mrs. cult court opous there October 22. and right chest Whltoheud whoIs white in on und women of the 'J f P
With :21. hours remaining: before A. A. Dnrdcn,
address mood n. Wl s,. of Little Hock, This ,Judgo Bald ho answered the a special onh'lJr. Ii held In <'ounecllon Hoiith. Without comment upon U i
The outline of Judge! Long's/: a definite formation of tho election Brookcr-G. W. Ituzcii, MrB. tIt. .
the Gainesville Ark., commander-ln-chlcf of the slfctB campaign manager* that b., with the affair having my part us L..) lie luiHcn' ''nn and
us ,given by ticket could be fixed five nomlnecv Colxon.
Sons of Confederate Veterans. thanked him for' the privilege of bern one of Andrews' IIILI.twhlch: fulHeiiPsa ruud this extract from a
Evening: News, is as follows: of the democratic party were Sampson City-Hogaii ,Smltl ,
Ope" ''' Wednesday I speaking for democracy. vlulled Iho Dyal premises. cliciilaiwhich In being dist ribuled
Judgo Long lu his address stated found tonight to bo apparently returned Mrs S.O}. Jones. .
The reunion will 'open at K U Neither Whltoheud nor Andrews In the Intermit of t those who are assailing -
that tim democratic party by to office with the recent Grnham) --C. II. Hohel'lli.II'! .
o'clock Wednesday ,with GeneraAppleyard would dlscloHO I thu name of I Ihu Governor Smith and l'aUlng"Ihom""lv ,
the party of the Kqullla Wasdlu Jonns.
Intdltlon was withdrawal of republican opposltlon. GREEN SEEKS
calling the reunion lo i third member> of their party who South I hat it was the one that They Include the following: New River-O. W. Kflly Mrs. ..
order. Thq convention will beginat escaped after the shooting whou 'Sinii( ) Killelflnl" of history bit- j
tho while peoplo of tho'StutbIII Justice Armxteud Brown and n, *'. Ronfroo.TherosHu ,
put : Hemming park. unless rain intorfcre FEDERAL AID boiled to (.he woods, It IN understood I I HMVO' I hat t thu Suit I horn whlty) has *:,
power, and that it was the only I.i. W. Strum of the Florida supremo -D. W. Moore, Mrs.$ -
wlelIt/ will bo transfer however, that bin nuina 'In ,I 'deReiiruli-d' moiutly even heyond f
parly to which the PeoPle of the court Attorney General Goo. \V. Illimon. i ----' '
red to the ,chamber:: of commerce! Singleton) and ho Is now HID subject I I Iho morn! hovel of I lie negro. This
Smith could look to to uphold Its Fred II. DuvU: Comptroller I rll- President Johns nmdn u 11111"| Congressman It. ,A, Urceu of the '
auditorium. The Invocation will of a police'search.. I IN iirobulily correi"f, und It there-1
traditions. The speaker said Itus cut Amos and Railroad Commit be delivered by the ,night Ito?. ring address lo tho RatlierliiT. Second District\ held 'a conference' A veil 'of mystery wax thrown I fOI'n Hiemn t that i Ihu only' way of I
true that the republicans were sloner A. S. Wells. ; stating that tho time had arrived hero with the Honorable I II
Frank A. Juhan. bishop of the around tho shooting when Clillfll t. I regeuerullng' tho w kite man of (he
generally victorious but that the Hc\entl Rrniain Episcopal d'ocese' of Florida, and ,' when every Democrat In the county William P. Billiard president! ot Ing stored of what took( placo, prior. I South IH I through; hiM negro' brother'
negroes!! of the nation,always voted I Although the republicans announced should declare himself: that: the 'National! Pecan Growers' Exchange I ,
Mayor Aslop( will follow with th'o \ to and t dll1'll1l&hu( shooting wcrotold and iiHHoclute.( Wo of tho North 4
with the republican party and they that other withdrawals half-way ground existed in thjo of Albany Georgia. I
address of welcome. by Dyal's widow, Whllehend alllJVo"L are loing, our best to
carried tbe balance of power that would be made before the time P. II. Harrison, president of the present campaign! and that .a voter The (conference was with ref. and ''Andrews and when County; help' I his good caiiHo! along by eduut ii1

I( puj the republicans, In office./ for revising the ticket expires the chamber of commerce, also will was either Democrat or Republi eroncn to obtaining Ir<>m'thA con-I Detoctlve Frod! King/:, who headcd <' hut thu Southern darky. In our 1'

Judge Long said that In the war following/: candidates tonight were greet them. and Mrs. Each will can. Plans were made for securing gross an appropriation: for Federal the investigation nnnoiiiicud<<: colleges! multI! sending him back for ,
but ween the states it was a Catholic still in the race:
then welcome the veteran on behalf speakers to speak In the dif-i aid for tho pecan Industry. JUdge that Duly one gun
who wrote Dixie. a CatholicS United States senate: Democrat, of the'daughters organization. ferent precincts of the county Green stated that he would S
.' supervised the making > ofiliolls Park Trammel. Lakeland; repub Gen. .John Z. Reardon. of Talla Judgo Long of Gainesville expreiling (:- his bost efforts towards ob- which )belonged to AndrowM. I"lIellll view. Hoover, for Instance

for the Confederate soldiers lican. Major Barclay H. Warbur- bin willingness to speak here ,, taming funds for the! c Ublt h- ,
hassee. will greet the old soldierson Willow's Htory 'orroliornli'il has pulled down Ihn bars of SA mrcgiitlon -
> Catholic who defended Jefferson ton. Palm Boach. behalf of the Sons of Veterans a date to be arranged and othertt, meat of one or more Pncan Oor- The story of Mrs. Dyal was corroborated In hlu dnpnrtmotit' ) of tile ,
Davis and that It was a Catholic Governor: Democrat Doyle K<:. will bo announced later with .rnmlut '.}xperlmentlll lit .
I Ispeaking Stations ,
of which he Is commander and by Tommy Hymn: who govnriiment! ', I hereby allowing
who discovered America.: Carlton Tampa; Republican W. Gen Wiles will welcome them on dateS.Iemocrate the southeast and also for ,tho establUhmpnt *'a1i '.t tho Ulal) liomo when the' greater .contact( hot'W.IOU whiten

' Continuing on In the religious. ,J. Howey, HoweylntlICIHlIl'a.Secretary behalf of the state organization who desire to jolt by the government or Hbootlnflf took place. The widow and( blacks: and giving: tho negro $

sldo of the Issue the Judge stated of state: Democrat H. an4 national body of Sons dt Vet. this club will find anrullmont a Foreign( Trade Commission declared" that her husband, hud Just tho better opportunity to abiiorb : I$4,

ho had never been inside of a Clay Crawford Tallahassee; republican > eraus. blanks In the hands ot each offlger which will tend to develop i for-: .,tuhl.j, tu hilt home and ho and I Ito while mini's civilization of thv

!Catholic church In his entire life Dr Glen C. Henley Bre- (" ..plalu tu IIpond named for the different precincts eIS", a. wellas domestic ,,market tf'mlS ffcro eating supipor' when an North and West Jo carry back; .' )' ,,

but the entrance to all Catholic vard county.- 'nonll- .TIae.4J& 1-.W -..V'"LUasatarkd pJ.j.hJUoJJJ1 U"..:0.(:tt\er>lax.Jl\a/J/ '. teA3nrgM: IrQ. 1l>> "Ul4! 5fl.l uUimobU! drovaiutu thd yard and liutuntu his moVo; unfortunate

iburches were adorned with the Treasurer: Democrat no ,' chaplain of tbe veterans 'card ''to- thq secretary- 'sl'JlII'tne 'b_p (I that this appropriation may a, few Minutes later a spray of bull whlto neighbor of t tlio Kouth. I*

atatuQ of the virgin Mary holding I nee because", of the death of tbe will respond! and also Genera their desire to join. This lint will bo obtained at the' neat :sesRloti of let l ,; utruck tho sldn of I ho h01l"1Itlollr hlionld. I bn! Ihu duly of Northern A s

(ho bubo Jesufl Christ, in her arms. Incumbent John C. Lunlng Two Lowry, on.bebfttf of the sons. All bo l published and new names added aongros. : tho dining room. ami Wt'Hlorn Amprlcarm and Kuropeiin : -
hlth showed plainly that It candidates. W. V. Knott. the appointee eu/h week until .date of olectlou. Mr. Ilullard'has returned recently j
very Miami : addresses will, be limited to five "Whou\ the shots wOre IIrod my ctnlKianlH/ who 'havu receatljriniidn J
wan a Christian religion and that and R. Hudson Burr minutes. Windshield stickers and pins from ,an extended trip. In tbo husband amid Tommy left Ihu I able \ I tha Mouth I their adopted it"

ho had rather have a Catholic with have announced for the domo The sponsorlal staffs will then may bo obtained from the secre- Interest ot the pecan Industry In and ran towards till! buck yard t lioinu, tu work for the uplift of

some religion In the White House <'ratio party Svhlle the republican be presented and the three brigades tury. other vans of the south and went. wan' cooking and run lo the sldu till black, man us tip bent and .'

(ban a republican' with none and candidate Is F< A. Stroup. Osce- will be Introduced by Mrs -- -- .----- ...... porch of the houitn Just lu limo to HiiroHl means of helping. hl.i: white| ,

Iho republican administration of (,... county.' 1<1. t... Carney, or ,Ocala. llfe-tlim hear more shots and HCO. a nuin full lircthrou III thu..fc. suction of the

the past eight years had failed to Superintendent( 11\\thou lies of Olll'ollf| | Public Instruction matron-general. Committees will Congressman Gasque.SpeaksTo to the _roullIl. When I HIM up to ('(iii mutry.'

show any religion whatever. W. S. Caw- then be appointed and reports received him I discovered It wits| my 111111band. "Wo want I tho public to know,"

!Switching on the prohibition : Democrat Dr. before adjournment. ,"' sho said oMilniiml I Judge !JJodgo, "that the

Bide of the question the speaker thou Tallahassee Miami.; republican During |be afternoon of the first Large Audience Saturday "I (saw! a mail get\ fu an automobile ( ihovo Is only u nuinpln of toun of ,I rfl.
Cl. H. Bradford ;
sHld that neither the republican of Agriculture: day. the Lee marker on the Coastal -- In the yard and ho started 'lo i Ilt'l'IIIII".lIf a similar kind wlilHi !'c

nor the democratic platforms wereeither Commissioner highway will be dedicated under the I 18 'lining niullod liainlod. f _
Nathan Mayo, Summer- the action of tho, prlniarlcs. the drlvo'off In car but ran up tot nut. out r:
Democrat, ,
wet or dry but they both republican. W. \V. Sterling be direction ot Mra. Frank Brown, ('eurtliouss', .' I"lIip.l. to I'Mr South speaker stated. grubbed, thn switch key and whlNporod" out,,, jiuid) which netlorn .
stood for enforcement of the 18th Daytona; Beach. on,behalf of (the Daughters of the (.'arol Iiuii (.CIllK.I80..I.. lice The prosperouH times fo, which urnoc{ pff the niotiir. ," ")Iie "111.1. gels: Into puhllc.! print The .J 1 .

Ameiidment and the Volstead" act.' Jtallroad Commission: Democrats Confederacy.ot Jacksonville, witha l"or ileiuoeflwy. thofieput>Hcuni J have, referred! to The nan' ut the ivluiul, of tin muiblnn ulnds of mir: rrlHiida\, and uiilglib. fa 45 _ _

Judge Long"said we had had no A. S. Wells Tallahassee special program arranged for the during tho, bast ejftht/years] the It way determined 'later WIMiVhllebuad aft being' polHoiiod. by mich vile- ""JY
enforcement (luring'the past eight event Buss will late the veterans USHwhlt. tiled "
candidate for the full term to speaker declared,, existed only rcoriling td hoilru. ( men are being ,
Years hitcuufie) prohibition enforcement ( from tho Windsor hotel at 2 An audience that filled( the lo tbaipllfo
succeed himself) ; Mrs. It. L. Eaton ." among the manufacturers of the Mrs.. llyal stated 'that whuu she IK polltlcitl tools 'work for I
: courtroom
wan Placed under Andrew ) o'clock. That night Seuator heard Congressman North whose i cardtho flrst shots und run to of tho black mun us the
unexpIred termJ I product
Mellon whi was one of the largi'Ht republican, Montlcello J. K.( Ilartlett.Bocoud Fletcher will speak on "Tbe Allard M. Gasojue Saturday afternoon tected )y'a high tariff: were. This pro tars the porchslie si-roamm( ) ut I he r hoMl. and mi rent means of helping ,.! "
In his
brewers the nation ever had South." Just following the report plea for the Democrats! itt does not reach the IICH, "What do you menu by Mho'ot- his whlto brethren'and, there \
and we could not export! any en- I 00(1'11 committee. of Ilradford county to remain by to farmer 'h!. l'
District: Democrat. It. A. of the credentials and grower and thetto two cUuflofc tnt around hero. "My himtmud urn while men aligning; them lel.es "I: f
fonpmeiit If tho republican party Thomas Rabbi to Pray party In their selection for together! with tbe did not buvu! u plMlol with him, with u Hnpubllcaii party In the
Starke consumer must
Green, ;
renialnd lu power.Florida i .I'....._.,.. (_!hlllr"K_.. __. old_ Town. At 10 o'clock Thursday moru- president. Johns and vice chairman president. K.If. :. pay the bill. More! than four millions never carried: ono unit I Ihu only South: which always resorts lo such I '
n as of the
big the raunlon will begin Its have lu the homo IK political (11)11 Irlna and practices. 'ti! !
----- FourthDlstrict: Democrat, Mrs. second Introduced are now out:: of employmentIn weapon we uii :
Miami repubtcau day's session with an invocation Congressman this old Hhotguii'" sue mild. Ktrnnglhenlng or UMMlHtlng, a fle- ,' F
Owen : eountr-tlslit Is.tbe Hcpub-
!Hull Bryan Ircen '
Vegetable William C. Lawson Orlaalo. by Rabbi rael Kaplan. of the before, who made a short address heart. party's Idoa of prosperity, bo Sym? story was prurtlrally: I ho liii hI heM: II, party means such polHc.iIt ,

Prices Be* Congregation Above! Chesed tho Introducing/ the speaker of addud. same .s that of Mrs. Dyal lint ho always bun und! always wilt ,______

to Good Tho two parties also had their"I'pKldenlial 'acksonvllla.' and general' business afternoon. Congressman Casque stated that stated that when ho run Into thu product! ) such vindication.I '

and vice presidential of tho reunion will follow Congressman (;lamina spoko first ho had only rospotft for the true yard. with Dyul and t thn shooting "Wo want everybody to bo .a '

Seed Man- Predicts electors l on the ticket. In addition : In the afternoon, a memorial of ,tliq ,actlva work tlfat ban boon Itopubllcan who I.standing by hi* recurred ha ran behind tho KJirugn member of our "|1'0I1k' rs' bureau I' .

to those of the socialist party. The and commemorative service with. 'done Ju' congress by Congressman party and had no criticism: : foe any to sufoty1. lie declared ha saw III openly loiuleninlng such a pro-

-- .ommunlHt party submitted their Mrs. Cari|,y JI(Presiding, will take (Irocu, olnco he was sent there by member who believed his party four men, $Including: Dyul, and that gritirr of vllllllcatlon. Tell your '
Florida. vegetable products may electors but they were declined because up the rpn)4'nder) of the day's the voters of tile Socond Florida could do the most good for the he did "not H"<>' any light or lit'iir I IrlemU whit tin I poople, are who _ _

bo PXIII'('h'l.i lo command excellent; of Improper eort1 ,:atloll. meeting. wtl| a special progrifm of District; 'IhaJ t Mr. Green wag 'al country lie made It plaln'that no any <>onv''r atlon.Aiidrown use such piilltlcul" mot; hods--resent _ _

vrht thlll|,| yeur. according! to 'C.Hu'seii peaches and, music (to bo given. ways to be found at his post of ono could be a Hoover Democrat; who rufiiNcd In 'talk such iilliu-kH right/: now upon our r '

Mason Klorldu' manager Laws Tbe nljfhi: session to start at duty when tho roll was railed and he either subscribed( to the policies with County fpcllv6 1 King, at Iho whIle men mid our white women .

IIr 'tho KranrlM Stoke &. Company Election 8:15 o'clock, will bo featured by that ho whit) ono of the 65 to 70 of tho Democratic party or t tho lospltal last ii IK lit, rclalod his. and rrpudlulo all i those who are '

HPprJ dealers who returned this iddreases by State Attorney Chan.Af. members of tbo house who couM policies: of the lU-publk-an party by brief version of thy affair tu Ofcer'P tmbnrM' of. such a political 1 party.

"cl'k from a month's. visit In New Are ExplainedTwo Durranco/ of tho fourth Judllal bo counted on for active work.. the way his vote was cast as the A. Sharp. who pluccil: the Talk, out and talk plainly. We _

Jersey and 1'enusylvanlu. Throe circuit on "Tho Confederate "If telling the truth hurts the president was only the bead or the : wounded' man snider arrest, while are not Ignorant whit' trllllb.' ayen .,

r.If'lorl\. favor Florida vegetable/: eels of ballot boxes one for *Soldier and Ills Country" and feeling of anyone hero thIll'afler.. party and must carry out the party they worn en route to the hoMpliul, If tin) KepiiDllcitTi party" does \think 7 ,

Mr. Mason, suld. They ure! election and ono for General Wiles, whose subject was loon. I am sorry but old Do 010.-: platform and policies to the best In tbs ambulance of the Kiumlioltj! sci, an It always has."
Storage' lie primary not given. ru'y. told thn truth without resrr' -. .1' _
.of lute truck la >ew of his ability. 'uneral Parlorn.HMJ ,
to be furiiisleri I ,,
tilt general .olectlon are 'f" MOIIi'; lilt "I-'IHH j _
Jersey : the county commissioners To Name ('ommand..pTbe and because I am a Demorat Touching briefly on Tammany .5 Hint I'lrt'.l Klrml.
l'ruBIp.t, final' day will find tho vet-: I am going to state my views The wounded man declared Hint I
ot earlier killing froHts. accord- Hall, the speaker brought out what .
t" eiuh voting precinct The two busti dBhereii _ _
plainly Congressman champion '
Shortage of beau and Attorney Gen erana hard at work. Reports" \ O& qiJ9tated \ this organization for tbe South be was shot first by Dyal and I the
pepper hilt lo an opinion by election adding that Florida would \ of the past week were KIBrrt! ,
iliPf) of commander .
a and s..lee.tlon blow knocked him to the ground
vegetable need n fait that who states that the laW'IIUYII during the war; of bills affecting "
.*HI tuake a reduced crop '"lid eral Davis, ballot boxeR are of thq JUt reunion placo will not go Hcpubllcan: because": there he South that paused a Republican! He .stated I hut when he got up ho! lloweis' and Ira And re u whip __________

"''prcfore Influence tlfrj price oftl"ry the primary and undisturbed be among the things tube conxld-! are too many who .remember the house and were defeated In senaU walked' toward>> Dyul und, oimnre. "'( brought/ In two of I tho lighting _
unopened '
to remain horrors of tho the I hlark)I basH from nearby lakei. ,
red War and
after Rev. 1
which should be In greater tho general election. Patrick Bar* by tbe Tammany vote. Passage lie d'H'lared hero I wa no
demand.( ; until after expressed in a ry. bishop ,of, the Cafhollc: : dlocesa lark' days that. followed. "I( can.ot of tho Force Bill was ,_ugbt by ght. Whlteliead loirt OHIcor\! II. Dowers' fish weighed. 10 3-4 ,
The. opinion was understaad.bow pounds unil. A nd rcu lalldod'one I _ _
of Florida. has delivered tho ,, any Southern and
Mean lIlt pepper need. Mr. Ma- '.the attorney general Just Invo- Itc4nbtr ans after the whites eliminated T. Fowler of ,headciiiartorw '
wifl; i ported, has be ifiartlcnlar-| letter by and may bo. of value cation. Unflnlshed business reports tat*, .could" vote, pie RepublIcan: the negro fr6ih polftktf hy' tlergonDt: << K. J, otsey of the ftlvrldo weighing 8 1-2. .pound_. .
mado public '
'y hard of |he election, of brigade '.dte.. ..,. Tim N.overnbor. election Is Democratic" prvclnct station I that hi,'. -- _
hit by heavy rain 'In New 10'many of the election judges and holding primary eleetlonii. .,,\A Jo\-\\CiJoIT.H; : : : hERE: _
Jersey and] htt8torms|| hi Colorado.' clors'who will soon be at the commanders and announcement* dl"J1r from ,the- primaries for and the Tanimaey! rote prevented A.ndrew and a man kuowit In him 'J'wt ,nty-lliree' inernb.rn of the .

il'''ry prospHct are good bused polls n p to conduct the general ele will also be taken up at' the fore* h.. the.\ primaries th, Democrats need. Its paasa',. 'As' the Tammany a. Singleton, were 'Jllilt' .;11I111"IArDllor1" Jack mill vII Icr Kxchunge: Club tart

IJPon the condition of aced, hll Ion noon sess$9n.The whom they ;consider the besti Organization la being held and wont to Dyal's liom<< with the local i tho _
111'.1' '1 The election law Is further. quoted grand parade, always an i\ race: and ,place that cundlato up I/) Republicans as olhl 'ot the "When, we drove Into the yard. lit I held Monday. Tbn party _______
While annual feature of tbe reunions, Jnrtbe general election acalnstandldatrs Andrews car Dyal was seated! lit
why desert
away Mr. Mason spent ; as follows: : reasons should churteind u bus anil made the trip '
some will take place In thq afternoon ,l; ot.other parU II. their tIle own machine and bucked Into !
lime Inspecting and studylnr "And the'pollllllts and oaths of party, the 'tpeaktr 'u llk. In Starke to put on a program for
'aHt !seed crops. being harvested by the Inspectors and clerks. together and that "night another entertainment 'In the general elections I la November ed tbat the record of Taroreany Andrews' lIu,, blno. After the uceldent ,- the organization beret making the \

bl'!, rm In Pennslyvanla and New with all ballot boxes ballots. ballot hlgbllgatj the grand military we do not then vote forth Hall be compared with the record Andrews got out ami, told return trip at two o'clock. ,: t _
ball will conclude the ..convention.Tbe Individual l candidate but for It.. have, fur It
err-! In addition he gathered stubs memorando and papers of tile Hardlng-Coolldge udmlnletratlonti Dyal would to pay
informatIon on seeds grown In kinds, used by the Inspectors parade will bo under the the party representatives who were with! It, Falls Sinclair! and an. argument started." I"mS'f--.l' 'lt.iim"i"r:: o"' *H"lt '
of all tVn _ _
her areas.. clerks In conducting such command of Brigadier-General selected In primaries. It Is not Daugherty OOllb)'. the oil lease' Wblteheud fl iclare* he do-on not SON J"

Mr. Mjuion reported greater Interest election and shall also be transmitted, Vivian Coin|| state adjutant general .I! question of Individuals In tbe and veterans bureau v andalo--tbadmlolstratlon know who shot llrst. how many I'.n'He" hut t Iho honor of

In national polities than sealed by the Inspectors to tbe with J local units of the Flor-' general eleetionll-but parties, and praised by Hoover dots were fired and canneL re bringing Ihu fIrst utrawfaerrw' ,

eye r before in the East. This was supervisor.up of registration to be Ida National Guard- participating Democrats are, pledged to stand by and ,to be continued by aim. member, the<< exact couvvrsatloa tlio 1138-29: : season to town a Tips ) I

ldenced by the greatly Increased died 'In his office and carefully a. escort for the veterans.. The '_,--- The Democratic platform on tbe which took place. "I walked berry being found! In bin field and 1;, ,

"ftaratlon of voters, the display preserved by him until', after the parade will form at the Windsor tug the grand march. The ball will prohibition question carrying tbe around tbe car. to straighten u ten brought In Haturday.. Thla la exceptionally IJI

01 an unusually large number of next succeeding general election." hoteL. at :3 J o'clock.. be held at ,he Pural county armory. pledge, of Smith' to honestly enforce der which wan bent lu the accidentand early for thl veauon. .1"

automobile slickers and the ,.ren.pUI The grand military ball will find The floor will be reserved, It. was stated by the .speaker In the darknos t saw two men hut most grower report their

I conversation. of )he people.I.Volllen West Palm Beach-Work pro- General Appleyard. Mrs. Carney for the veteran until 10:30 to M far stronger than the struggling," n* said. plant la flue condition and the

\ are reglsterlug; In unpre- greasing rapidly on construction of CoL: Fraak M Ironmonger, otacktoovllle 'clock. after'whlh\' < It vll. b*, open same pUnk 'In tae Republican\ plat-' "After the shooting a boy gut In outlook good for a bumper crop ;. tl" i _ _

cedented tjatnbera.at was declared. new McCrory building. C and Mr. Eiell lead-- to the pnbllm


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: IS. If. H. I.OHKH: KIIIHT flA.MHTO termed by police, escaped the sceneafter to Ph11i'1J, WI,,, ,
{ i 1IWJH HIMtlNOS 2-f) an affray which took place Hhootlng he was shot and filled, : 1 WQQDLAWN' o orNNN teaching aeh.nl ?, Mil\I l,III.,,
In the back: yard of Dyal'B home,, o'ne bullet entering/ his left cheek the week-en o. her hm, ,.. 1\1'1,
t when Andrew., W. J. Whitehead and one hi* right/ Ghost! ...........4... >ri, I Mr. and Mrs n u "
Torrmtlo' blew 4t IlIg"BrIJliCR PI' ,
A lI mull o ) guard at St.: ''n ,,
Andrew U under '
48, 041 Smith street and the un- an their guests Its
'I l'lf.1.n) teat Friday at Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Craws of Snndav ,.
Vlnceat'a hospital its the man Mr. .1 :
Ulen lernoon I i A tornado RH powerful: fired the abets which hilled' Dy.at, HaMord. Sunday her with \1, ,
entered Dyad's premise The : spent 'In
Mm n b r tI !) .
ttv slae and I though tKscore *t e. .
IM any arrwrt a f the mfmfimic" \bl"r member while Whitehead: l IA heldijjt 'Jail asa !Mrs. Crews'! father, Mr. D. fTBrowning. I ale. of Jacksonvm ?? "I, l I.(,
doesn't show it oar bor ? Al,,
High School} Journal l' fought for every point mad. All .police of Andrews', will 11all party probabilitytell accordingto The material Injured witness.man declined to O. J. Phillips of uw, ,. Mr_

I they need In experience and thin with Detective Fred Mrs [U H. Denmark was IIhC'Jp1IInK l lIl,.. Dave Denmark ,
the motive and cause! of the talk County I and
sameteam will,, make lots of good Investigation i ter. Mrs. Rivera .! 'UutG'
Hhdotlng, King, who W*' beading the In Juckxonvllle Friday. ? :' 'k .
teams step for their money, were the ,, ,, .viler
l Monday guest f ,
{ alibis Testimony' to liveeffect that the at the hospital' Mr. and Mrs Rosier flapp of ''?'01. her'
v We are not ofTerlns any night but yesterday tol dhls version '
M for thin defeat there' are' not any. threw men d'rove-' into> Dynl's/ yardIn which- very New York are v\IIIIIng\ Mrs. Sapp'sparents ..
'' t nnl'r': ;: ,WHl'l.U:: ('111s mm: pnpularlty and their ability. It of the affair was I land --
t 1 was f n good ,11'1'11011 High.", Spring outclassed-'- i In every .- Andrew machine and the brief and free from del ails. Andrews Mr. Mrs. S. II. t Fort Pierce! Wars, ,u?.ar.
department of tbe game1 Ant ojlowed-' DetectiveKing Thompson. pl..tloll on '6esen 011I
\ A demeritl "YIII.,1.digtly. different ... .... .__ shotting was given! IIY.Oyal" Informed /notion ,
.L.--_ : DGIw
ntlll out hers at Bradford'n/ we i t ..
y' f, to thftt or last year was Introduced '" wfrfirv' and Sammy 9yman' that he might have shot Dyai and Mr. and Mrs ;J, S, Norman- were! I theater &n.oN.. ,, !h iII..on4 .lr.1
I In* first of 'thin schoolThe .t7'N4YIHIRtt: : f'0'11' f)1'rrn'\l.t am awful proyrat our mat'team, and. em pipye.. The eye Unetses stated that .it he did he bad killed his f business visitors ta Starke Satur- :. Fort l\f yers. :New ?
of (U') @itowlug they' l friend. afternoon. ehalji II n
t t ab. outMtnn L.d.J"tea policy. ad.tplfd by whichdemerits few team l have bad more room Aft the hose lL..d up. fur the. e.a- the shots struck the side of the L' Mr.-anor(? Mr. I>. L. pbilllps and'daughter quarter} In thts City.BunnellFlagler head
t -will eonnt. directly off fh.9's ,' fur ffollsoriMff/ alltvis- than our boys' p'nln whistle, any on i1 i offender's 8'rad'eB.: Tbo ilepnrtmentof had lifter' I heir oruslilng/: lose of hey had only n lighting; :rhance.IPlghr and walked Into the back yard Road No.. 28 near here urged. to Starke Saturday afternoon. I will be held dorfng NovemhPr'air'I

Wvecy tudvut In 40! > percent ("f last rrltluy. To begin with consider Spring' qtJglJ44 a itutnt) L. ..

I' the Hfetory grade In accordance I the awful greeiiess. of the thirteen. pounds a four-year lo the experiencedteam man beHldtit.bet.DK .' r.,..".. '. ":r 4"" .w. ""L1Ar+ii TIIrW" .. .1" ,tin".'7.,_lriHWr"n"WWi'n) '. :,_. .. :-.'! ,.I t'tne'"w-,."''--I''.<;,.I''IIPIalatbUlshi" ., ,."., ".,- -, --'.,,.-'iiitluflll'Idu.'- ..,-" -,---"'-. -. .:.;'ol+kllplillllNlWtlll'IJIUIuIIdIlIItF' 1!! ':!J !!,. .4
bunch. In making Bradford'sfirs' -- =-- -
the teaching of cillrennblp up --
I1! c wilts, .
' I An fnotbiilf team, Ilio boys were but wlili all thin. advantage '
b t .i.iaH history aub>npt.i< added
r benefit to this \half\ been mndi. In pli.tylng': their arM .game.: This tie gnu went. In to win,' and ; ;:: ;
1t i that students may work oft low.ra4811' wan VMpPctally! true, In regard lo though hey didn't win oh the' field ,' .. ..ItliIIVI',.*,'.r_''rrnwiiKwm' "11 HTM.! .nnmrwin. i piiuaiu.tniiuiu.iJiitawMjiiiiittiUft.iiiiiiiitiuiiiiiiiiiaiU l1'ltsiI' 'fl.flMA'lhPlibhUPUIIIIIlIf! I, .INiijffUiti ,j'NMI' .....NNIiWdW'NIMIIiIttNNllhtWfUiittlti'14Wtll! !' .( '
,f. resultlnir from demerits, the" line ,Four of the boys playedflint they did', win a moral victory that .Ir- .
y I.) doing' snore exfra work in that competitive. game of 'any kind! Iff sure\ to help them in future il '
A iubt.'t By able plan line-writing 'Itt Pita harkfled) f'apatln Moore games*. t-----' 'ii

t tT t.. Ut *ltmtnated uiuf. apeiislon' will and Raymond >|1Iuut.r. wer the Captain Moore" fullback, Kaymoncl -
J H* given. only for repeated) savers only (turn, ''' who hint/ played Inter- qunrter) and Innian, .cwiter, I
qlfeu..II. .. uchonl football )before were the outstanding performer'sof l @1b n J1rotb I
the afternoon. Moore made a
4 '" ThJa systenv Hboulif'): certainly be m'il"I
vt, p 1 ao. .(JHtrovenient over that of 'the Put Ilia r'It not tt.ar nil. Cnn.el.trr sonth.r, of good gains through' the. :
P prredlng term ; and HO far fewer leek of pgrerw! \raflun.: The pIOIftHloR'1I) big line while fly 1 It
.demerirs Have heeli 1 II4'C'efmllry The boyit had a little... over two weeksto mood made most of bin yards JA/'IISI'/NtiiLLl' :, ft ORfflth
,; aUfttud of the utudent-Uody In gel, In "hap., get 1111 1 Idea. of I the around the. end, h' .. Is one- of! the 11iIJII1I I IKIdIYIN4hGPIIDhIWkflPltlldltlplllfltGIIft17dII

'$+ i t nrat ...,mn- tob. Improving, game itself, locate their' poalftan! fastest men on the. squad\ and wear I : UIUiiBi:!DJ !]!/ !'!: / !iiiiiiiiiiiiiij!! .m mmmmmwam' ' / 4 Ttte penalties now In effect\ areas '' ,fd,: a, few of their' duties dawn, & quite sure more will b.. heardof
2 follows: ,'learn. .plays and try to. work. In a Bradford' lighting!: (tlllt.r'*r.
v { Tardy without 1I'"n.1)S points ,little playing I on the side. It 'And Inuian, that kid's\ n :Inure bet .
o couldn't/ b* done. Why the gang at renter playing the whole game
Absent without uxcuse.--First went! Into I this game with the first without limiting! a single* bad perm
i+ P r affeAere 10 points off; necond' of- throe, scrimmages In, lh.lv life tine and alno playing a nice defensive' and now. o

I ''f lease makes one liable to muipen/-. ,dor their blite. Jest three and the KBHMI. The. linn ana whole playedA ., .
sl'ork nrnt three, mind: you vets nice game, but tb.....'*. .still
e, n Talking school hours fof.t of room for Improvement, and .- '
during --
,J ? I tn'eon..rlll5 points line when the W I
never thought High Springs
and I' Held! again.Couch. >. .
np. noft, but, we had no Idea that theyhave
\.' Hay has already It n4IwqDltArll I
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i Defacing building-20. points one of the best teams !In this '
with the small amount
off. neillon of the\ For all of
Smoking school stale. vf mtoterlaf> and f.IIs them, they've SALES
on groundI70
ltd It won one" Hiirprlne" after another -
on. only lie neemi! to have '
) point The fowir Itnelf ,..wblchnianvthoiight
fH 1..>b"dl..nf'f'-20 off. plenty of confidence about what i ,
-_--..1-- points_ .. .__ to be! luat a villa fe: |.1\31; ( eon i do, ao- -"noget. Vm ToraaJIfI..ft. I ( M'ylrrtsI.' anti I / chit
It o>i big or bigger than Starke. .!'" rr IIIIIIIIB I
; irNiottt/'LA4MOIlOM1'Ei: ) The school has t'r I IIIII MP NS
I two very preseutithle .. pollllpl '
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i < buildings Incjadlng' tbe Jun- faRUI; Oft.fM'(IZJoJ.) I
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THe IUS! Junior claau held the
ior High; structure; and The. team IfM1MKF roil.(, TRIM / aay
1'' 'fie meeting of the year. last Moms1 ,we played, I bat was 1 the last. straw, I l : t ) I 1<1 H Hf
1 day, and elected officers. LenaB 1.
.t &J1. Shepard was marie. president,' Their average weight, 1(10( ponndw Tnw girls are. nod contented' to
.earl makes, one of the heiwleeft teams! of 'Brand. by and watch, the toy. or at I
Manning, secretary! and Kvatreasurer : '
],(a.t.cGt'te, the elate, and an advantage\ of 10to tenafi> thy aren't dorng It.
I; Ta.'' class" predicts, sn' active 1C pnnnd.i tt to the' man over oar At the first, m+oriHK, MianRuthBfernberff ",, JU
I' thv term. ,hoys. Furthermore, High $prln-KS wall elected captain' and

t _. -.-.. .- halt had\ football for fair JTciJro. it x- 'Miss Andrews alternating captain. ? I = tll'
RI:IOHH P1'itt'IL1MFI f I1M4 p..rl.lu' makes, a" whale. of a dlfItruni' Hofh girls. are star iiefforroersof : : i11 1i hhrlnrr ;y f r rw

s HI'ICHoTN ; *. They have a good. record last" year', squad std mueh will
ao far this year, enmh.ring.rak.. be- expertffl In lit. corning enmnnlrn. -
Seniors; have pnrchaned ,flly' among their victories andtt\ *- : An rho... girls have .lrc dyntnrrwrt : 1)Pej r ,b'r? ,'iSi 3i
ellwM ring,* and they are expected lug.\ defeated. and ('o"Ion, only practice, They. should bate ;
to arrive early In November. The by Ooala." They! have the honor a wonderful basketball, [ team by s nil i mi.Hiieuil !!
Qeator are going to 1m loyal to of being; acbQduled for .a IIIC( wlllV the tint. the np.iC'mayhe| ; ) w {

t&. 014 High: School!," and let Andrew JarkMm. ,the {fro..geHt they ar. 'go nK' fo-sltr r...... A few UII l SssSS
.: prtpltpngwy erethey urnfta>uranuat'!:, kIt PII. .tHlItft.*. '?Mpet.,gfttSetCClayere tcuuuit lial.hit w..J.*..>....'imaaiahfglt *-!* I W t fs
'404 ao"r s: are In Aue "ORltlt It)". too, nro-reii o.ik them In the pant''
beiug workers In the C, .
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4 MOOHE .:f.Joc"n: () \I'T.\I'I// shops. While their running bucks Now that we have a football t p r s

4 } i 6' are! only average/ ;; their Interfnrencn team and hawftefhuH: team, Starlie
raRE Thursday! Dave Moorefullbnclc /, would "give any team trouble- should) be well 'repieHented In the
t punging) of the Torna- We could goon and\ on. It Is apparent athretir'held and n<* d"bt l will be
;, dolt' Wait'Vlected. captain of Brad- why the borne team lost. heard front '
4 a lort! grid! machine ,by Inn( t..l.Lm.; f V
We have neret heard of any team l.et'lto.II.. )pull togitlUi! J and-
w while. Nolan ('a nova star end was winning" Its first game, anyway make thin season the moat IIIII'I'\-' '
? made alternate capnlln. These High Springs for Instance/ tout her fut In the history of nur II IIOOI.
I boys are not only outstanding play-. first( gaiu. 85-0., Th" furl that
.f& but are leaders among the rest 'the boys murk I It; out playing' the .t'titMFlt: IULU'fm J'LTFV
;I44 + Their election for then rnHpon151e rutlre game with but one substitution II.J.I'.I: .\SCn'UrU.'Wtl': .' ,...::0
?t : poult lona IH u credit to their speaks well\ enatah.GREEN'S .

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1 !I .- <: :=-==..=-=. ""'." .=='- /! ---=- '-=.'::::::- 6_ ...' ___ -', f/yal'e/ uwtomehltw und'ili'itfeii' It lathe
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''Whtteliead (Mated .
drive off I la
JDMn't) you start to
Andrews' automobile but WitS stopped -
by MrR. HyoIT"1 ha was allltpd.i : .
1 "Yea, I .started 'to' bark the ear I -
'out of the middle of the rant after u
'''the accident. and the shooting! and '-,

$ Store 'waR stopped by it womnh'v"' ret + "The Big Store"' Announces Its '

+ Grocery piled, .
Whitehead In Raid 'to ben broth
i er-in-law to- And r"WK.
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At the Riverside! nfntlnn police '
Flour 24 Ibs. ''rl'mo..dVhlt"helld's" pinto); from .
1,4 self-rising
;. $1.00 th. bolster and learned ft'lat It contained r

-- \ nix rnrtrldgea"' none.of tern| \
having b..enMlre Maxwell House Coffee f 50c I."... I'OMK Friend .
- Mrs, Dyal elated that Andrews! .

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'J long frlendn.. that they, were raised lrtk V t4 t h It 41f411I&)'t h Rrl; fit" I u, 41 .> < '.,. y

r Charmer Coffee 30c together! In Raiford I god that they ' t + L .
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1 never to. her knowledge engagedIn r } r t ( J ; *wK -

an argument, or had any trouble! I

tf r.. Jima Beans, 2 Ibs. for- 25c_ that with Hyms each Andrew, reported other.visited Detective, the King Dyal Begins Monday t tI' tL

home yesterday afternoon and railed ,
for Dyal but he not at
Tea 1-4 wan
Banquet 23c t
cans I home, Sym slated that during bit ,
afternoon visit be had a gun In
Ills hand and wan "playing. with October 15th .
Mustard 26c'' If, -f -
quart jars - I I
Andrews! ti the brother, Will
Andrews, who, fifteen yeariv ago
'shot and killed Sheriff./ Lang ford
a+ FrCShPOrkHam..r20c 1 Starfce In 1 the Duval hotel! here., .

'I police stated, Wilt Andrw wall'f'f'lof The event which celebrates s our sixty-first birthday and we signalize it by theVeat-
later! killed by a nears lo'Ralford4Qil.

Slices Pork Ham. 22c ,'.crime. the, it negro was nald.wat hanged (or the j II 'est sale, the greatest merchandising achievement in our history. For to us an i iI

-' The thij'aoene body of to Dyal the Seaahole wa\ takenfrom Fu-w,| Anniversary Sale means an opportunity and an obligation to express our thanks I

HoPs-----r----; 22c Wants naval Varlorr l tjavQ. nof Funeral"fcittn! Completed arrange-i I to all our patrons-in terms of quality merchandise and savings that shall establish

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new records for personal and household
: HiifT;rril rraftur/d; .;Facial I w ? economy.
I fcctracf t f flavor- --7c
any (t.n''', i I I

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'> Fresh Fish pound 121-2c was Ben not Andrews shot\ but mayor nitffered of}ilalford, fractured !, ': : Read the Big Story of Money-Saving I .

,. per facial hone and a slight/ head. .
.. .. L_ Injury In alleged fight add< thai -
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; Sweet t Garden Blue Label 20cWe by ,police momentartly + .,.
4, peas, were_ tl>* latest dev.locw nlliA ,

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I fog conducted In the fstsl.abootIng
45c f for Fresh of Korl Brady Dyal. 77. far
t paying Eggs
$ F' are attf, at bl. bom In tu Lackawan-! '

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' .M-pMM+MdMYSY.r.nr.nww--'_._-'-'--,--- ., ( (C'oso: fMMqf', i4P1lAIt4' 'J'OIUWJII Mr J. W. Mealeyanif' family \'rttf attemJeifhy' trftliifrt nurse,, here Suinlny. I Carolinaand; Alabama, are /
: .trn' ("''R' lu"'t'RrUT Mr:: Joe M4tsl k>y> and family;; of Mrs !Rally' Molt was visiting There' was a large birthday party Vk'vi al wish her a speedy reco .
--.-- Jach nrin.t; attPndrd's.rMes at rtend( .*and reUlivewtn" UaineitvlH given here last Th'urmie. night, I M,. and Mrs Kllery: Thotnatihlldren \ I'
New of Florida in Short '
vI Paragraph/ t'ewliseed from Page 1.) the First Chrlntatti rhwrrh) ol lust "' ''''Pit'. October 4. celebrating Mr. Rirddlo of Jacksonville<< are ,J

form anil he challenged any pn Starke! last Sunday morninic- ami Mr. andn r Hv MMolt was RUSH' :tIM birthday.' Them wan visiting !her mother. Mr*. O I ', "

hY lit IT a* premflrer. fighting Smith or rewnitnr. visiting relatives In Ortlrif>nvlll Inst.Thurwday. quiet H large! crowd attending If I Thomas"" thfn", week \:'\ 1 1

I 'that ground to show ,where the<' Mr. and Mrs- W. '1', MrMver of from xeviM-al 1'11\04'plt. WealK Had Mr. and Mr. Harvey Wa 'Ii ,'I } '

Live State News KepiiMicaiut promised a+ stronjenforcementlift ( Graham. were t lire (gnestw of Mr.irnrt Mr II. P. Oalney and \Mae J.ynn n very nice" time, of Waldo werevisitItig' rela ;1'i\ i1I !.

the Demoeratn. til Mr -. L. J. Wynn-last Sunday. were. attending if bushiness' InJaruimnviUft Mrs Henry Markey Is very III here lust I Sititrtay. __ ;!:Vf 3,; y.
I 10 the laxity of the itPpubllcan P. R.: CJrim'n-w! H b".1n""II'.1..1- "
.Ir pointed le.* > ,Iday. .
nt the present time and has ht>en High Springs New M.hutiding '" ;
administration during the tor 'to JackHnnvflTe last Saturday.Mr. I\\
Mr. Russell Re weretransacting
he 1 tlNw respect I IDIIt' d"-Mrw.. J. V. Jones
past rtgrm year '
tt ,Kronn Springs, was visiting: fl'lpl" !.AIIIIt'r chll.lnm. who hive In North j I Uf'Iobf'r. .tr[
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES minded then that the IVmo huslneKw" irt ,Onlneavlllo\' '
tilt -.......'_ __..-:..._ . :. . ._ 1"c ._ ". _. 1 ,
"t'fttl.pRrtY'' ww the party that this" week\ -- -- ---- -- - -- ------- '-----0- '"
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---------------0 kept irs'pfe-itfres.! !Mr. Paul Mast mechan at the "
One fl' the principle\ embodied general service station spent 'tllff ,) P k
In Orlando-Denial hat there II'! Fort MYl'rftTh burning of a Int the Comtltutloii. he- stated was week'-end. with 1(1( family in ,.-b. 'r 1, Y
any friction between the national' large: fiery cross In the heart of thE!r MirM1' of every person to worRhlp Starke.t V .. a

r tu Republican campaignmanagers In the negro nectlou'of. this city Wednesday ,fl - ----- 1
Florida and t thentate and congressional : !' was seen here as n Ku *! considered It blasphemy when "
k ticket ''wws' made Wednesday Klux K\an\ warning to negroes to a mawM religion. Isplayeit uf :N.iNNwe JNNN....: '

as by nienn B. Skipper, nationalrom..ttrPman stay away from the polls today's\ against Kim. Tin\ WB only/ part ZIFF I There's no mystery -

\ and rampnlgn pinn- recall election.. The fire department of 'ih' #' ton*' of rcttt'PA- I'rnpa..nda Miss Opal Lewis,. Cur '
'alr lat'PI"! ,fey Florldit.Bariow : was called out at 11:16 that i*l being' printed lit the North :
.' S o'clock last night when the naming for dftitrlbtttlon throughout/ the juHupNrNu......NNHaMr.

--A protest. against: this cross blazed! high. The warning Sowth with' the idea that WI'' are enignorant nnd Mrs.' If. F?. Thomas! and

action of the state hotel ..department to registered rolomt voters i le ,; a.* to swallow it. Hon. Floyd, and sister Miss Rhoda, ibout tire buying
In taking' Jurisdiction overall thought 'to have. beenthe result of, The- Issue before the waters' ton of Jacksonville spent t1\\ie. week- 0'0'- :

-hewnesIn- which<< two or more a campaign waged! here for the day l la. Hot tJlfl' prohlnlttom !issue, rid' here. with their parents Mr. ;

families are Ihrlng has been sent, past two weeks\ to keep negro bal not a rellKtotiii. issue, not Smith and Mrs. J. n. Thonta/-/ I
lots out of the city election. Both Hooker but the Democratic. .r-
'i> thevdepartment lit the local of Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Dumpier
chamber of commerce.. The order political factions lit the city haveurged prinefpte. of honesty aiwl'clerewy. .' + ... -
if Cnoter Pond were visiting
M wiHta4ert. will result in many : the negroes not to vote.' The In Rovernmen arrayed ii! aln"t the friends here Sunday aft rno"n'. e L : k':"' If a 8mpJe: thing to- picka'
honneholdera refusing to accommodate election !In being held! by authority ReitMblfrAiT a Mr. and Mm. II. H. Howard and ; : gsxitl :t'e. ,, '
winter visitors of petitions seeking the' removal interest, of Walt'sfrppt Kraft and J.t i
children. Mr. and Mrs. 11. B. Thom. ,
from office of any one or all five or corruption. ,. : S3 p who his n reason for task ) a
I .H and daughter:' IIl1z"l alt- spent
Punta Oorda-Mrs. Thomas the Fort Myers (city commission, -IIIf..UfPTOS "rI''f I llcated.
I tl
Sunday' at Fairbanks with' their ':' ,r inV, ; .ucem cvn:!> .
Myersabout'!; 30. years of age, of I mother, Mrs; 1':. Howard. f <. $"', \j .
Delvedare, was shot and instantly SaraHota A negro is believedto I Mr J" W. Lewl 'and. daielt\l\ ": ,J:! '' You want durabtlity: in the ,

kill**. here late Wednesday whena have been killed and Captain Last Thursday October 4th. Opal, were shopping In Brocket! 'I cVructure. of-tio! +ire and'ilowcvcnvtxariuthsdeii&noftread.;' l t
shotgun I..n out.of> an automobileIn W. T. Clear barely escaped l with Mrs. David Jones entertained her Saturday.Mr. '
whlc .. she,was sitting and accidentally his life. Friday In the explosion daughters, Mrs. T. P. Brown and and: Mrs. J. B. Thomas, Mr: : ':; : t, w

discharged. A 10-months and sinking of the crusler Tacoma Mm. J, J. .Braniven of Hampton and Mrs It.. B; Thomarand daugh i
old baby which Mra. Myers was of Jacksonville live miles offshore Mva. D. In Moore of Theresaa Mm. ter' Hazel spent last Wednesday: !: : You want sure-footed traction "

holding In her arms, escaped un- about 15 miles south of here. Captain J. C. Duboaa! of Verp,.and Mrs. A. near Lacrossewith that datiKhter'', find the greater safety which1! ''

lliirt. The shot took,effect In the Clear was at the wheel when L.' Sullivan' of Tberel aa... and Mr. Thomas''slater' Mrs- Henty -. ,. ,. 4' /
woman's face: A coroner' Jury. the blast rocked the engine room. Sheriff Epperson: Af Starke. was' Shaw. comes of gripping the road. ; h ,

itnpanneled by Sheriff .J. II. Llps- He had only time to launch a life attending to official business here r' 1 P1running
coinD, returned''a- verdict of "ac boat and row to shore. Captain this week. .........' .................' Youaantiplietne9aandsmooth s "

cidental'death.! .." Clear who arrived shortly before A series of revival meetings will I BKOOKER. with good Iool r-7;:. '
midnight/ said he looked for the begin at the First Baptist churchof ':: : '
Lakeland'--The' annual convention negro; after the explosion but could Hampton ed- Monday,. Octoberthe III... I....'CI.. ......CM-- aa"uM4"NNNNINrNNN i pence of mind and pride of .;>" :

of the United-- Brotherhood of not find him. lie said he saw the IStb, at 7:30: p. m. Everbody ... .r I i1 j ownership. 1y 1yi
Carpenter and Joiners of America boat burn. and sink and he rowed invited. r '
was on record here Saturday favor. away. He could give no reason'for Mrs. David Jones U visiting her Mr. Adam, of Tennessee-;: whit t '' ii All dies! we deliver to you in' '
tug modification of the Volstead Is at the present In' Florida wu. a
the explosion daughter, Mrs. '''J. C, Dubose t
art to permit sale of light" wines Vero this week. 'here Wednesday with a herd of the Goodyear'All-Weather; ; 1
and beer,'' following adoption of 'uttte' whlclr he drove from.ayne'S':
Tallahassee-Sheriff Sam C. II. I* Watterscm and family, Bit U 'on.Wc'vebeeninthetire' f
A resolution to. that effect. The visiting In Jacksonville thin Prarle. Mr. Adams bought several
Chavous of Dixie countysentenc were
resolution, which was presented by pastures here from the' fur- business a long time and this.. '! '
ed to serve 60 days days In the En- week.
the Philadelphia. local and approved cambia county Jail on charges of The city council'met last ..Mon merit in whichhe l 1& now pasture: is our idea of a one hundred '
by the convention's' resolutions hI his cattle. '
contempt of court, wan suspendedfrom day evening In the council cham '
committee/declared that "the Vol. office Thursday. by Governor ber. The newly 'ele'ted'officers Mrs. Wood of AUc.h; ar.wan vis-: per cent tire-it'i the world's'I .
stead act has failed to meet' the lUng her daughter. Miss Mrytie- I' a
were installed, aa follows: Marshal tire. '
The suspension the executive : : greatest
approval of the'general public'" order stated, was ordered because ,. M.. L*. Watterson; Mayor, L. Wood, last Wednesday I.' '
Sesulons 'of tire convention were the sheriff'was alleged to .J, Wynn. Councilmen. L. A. Johns, Mr. Tom Wasdlit and nephew I r
ji pemted1 today"while the delegates have been guilty of misfeasance W, H,. Maxwell and T. FL: Brown Leroy Wusdln of Graham, were1' I tv
nJo'r,1I holiday. attending to business here, IUH '
and malfeasance in office and because chairman '
'*! e he ,now Is" Incarcerated In The Hampton grammar school Wednesday : \ Service Station No. 2HTAKKE.PI.ORinj :'
Fort Meade-For several yearstbe' Jail In EHCamntila: county. Chavous- under the able management of' L. Mr. S. M. Mott and .Mr. .A. L. I Supreme
Fort Meade Leader has observed W. C. Crosby were attendingttt.biislnewsII ..
H. }yuth principal Mrs. kl
was ordered to jail along with one .'
the custom, of giving Louise Jacksonville last Wednesday' : I' ri
ayear's. \
Thelma Sullivan, ''
of bin deputies Tom Allen, because Thomas 'i.
subscription' to the first of a false amended. returnto Pitta assistants, have organized hire L. 1) Johns In very 111 snit I f } 'I'. 4
strawberry grower of the HeuHon. a writ of habeas corpus, which ttlerary society in the school. hall. been for the past few weeks.' r I '
For the last two"years C. F. MOH- wan '"falsely and corruptly vert- The eincera elected'were: Avery They have called her parents aiwl .

ely has' been the first to bring In fled,' the commitment declared. Moore president; Frank Williams, other'relatives fo' hen' bedside ,aa,. I II I

the .first ripe berry. Mr. Mnxely! Sentence was pronounced In-federal vice<< president and Miss Marlon she Is very low.. Slunk, nowbeing . ,.. ,
gets. the reward this season also as ,. -' "
The Jones, secretary.A ( m
district court at Pensacola. ._ j t ( '
Cleni.. u u 4i
hlll.Bon'; brought In,the. first -
mmpeimlon wow I the second for very! Interesting program was II ----" t .
ripe Bfraw-bWryy' 'yesterday"' : "mofn1117. } Chavons wtihln the past two years. rendered lasfr ,Friday afternoon In '

Mr. Mosely han about three the presence of.friends and patrons
acres'in' 1 berrlen alld' Rays hit plants of the of ,fh. school.
are doing fine, thrifty and give every AhlRI.r..A representative I A debate composed of the BCVenllv i\ MI
Reynold! Baking Company, Dayton. h
Indication of yielding a good sad eighth grades, was heuutlflilky -
"' Heacb, railed on nalplMan.; city' .
crop d\\ ('ItRSpd. Subject "I* A.ee..sed 3 Ii
and *
manager Wednesday pretest.Pd
LirA Better than City ofbuy
Key Wfist-Memorial, services l against the$200. .IkenHer<< which 1..1t81" C JI" .

for the 100, IDt'I1 who died 1 on the the city ban placed oh oulRldtfbakeries. Affirmative. : Annie Laura Turk-
The Seybold! l bakery operates -
battleship' Maine, and who arahu'riodTnere ,r.rOerlrude! Meaden' ,. Bobble
:; were held at the local In Fort Fierce anti sell ltd Frank WVllatnH. ti '
'ware here. The visitor declared John: negative, isW_ Ed ... i
cenwjfery' Wednesday by rppl'PKPn.t'atloVf'R'trom ,Verl Manalr.. Kathryn. Hamm. it
'' almost slate of (he t la* of $200:! per year excessive 'I
every The' Judges. selected'were Mrs. S a f w
of his '"
said representative .
and a
the United' Spanish War Veterans. W.' C. Thomas' Miss, U>UH Pitts. ,
Jack Stewart, acting department firm would attend IhB'nfXt meetIng and- and Mr. O. It. Harrlnon. The iteelnioi trausperttiou used ears '
of (lie pity commission
commander of the stale of Florida, : wait fa favor of the affir '
wai Irv charge' of the ceremony.Brief nmkn a the vigorous dtl1.pnA'ot pioletit.Stuart Meanwhile are mative. The Judges gave both the j j'J.
addresses! were delivered by negative; and affirmative credit: for ,
the tax AA kept ;
asking that
Sergeant Jack<< Farley who hold! ; many Interesting points and all ,. .
give the home bakery his protection
a Congressional Medal of Honor
highly complimented.
were 1
and'a Croix de' Guerre, anal I J'. R, which: will moat likely be The W. M. U. met at the homeof 1

Ponce Cuban consuf. the done misfortune, an Stuart to has,lone already one bakery, had 'evening Mrfls-A., for A.'the Harden purpose last of Monday electing .' ,A coop automobile is built to stand HREEout of five of the cars you see,

annual Ulcers. The electedare years of use. It .Will 1 provide. ,many thousands on the road have been purchased as uu4ed'.

,., (91i'letV Buick V president as follows; Mrs.: Mrs W.. IT.A.; A.Alexander Durden.. of imJe of.aatrsfactory'i' : Jratlalfortatloj- ) j i : cars. You cannot tell-nordp. you ask you+:- i

vice president; Mrs. 0. ,., Harrison t. self-whether the driver of any particular '1 wl

.. is the new Style) secretary urer; Miss, Mrs.Wilma W. B Alexander. B'opertrans.and ,'But only occasionally: l are. all its'.y; sand car is its first owner, or its second or its third,

Mrs. ;I, V. Jones, program commit. all its mileage',Used op by" one wner. providing the car'looks ,well and" is running J "
yw.rn tee.W. n. Alexander and family attended Many owners turn their cars in after art average satisfactorily.The ,

Gainesville the moving this week.picture show In Use of,,only,'two to- three years-:-long before cars which General, Motors'' dealers '

Mr.: and Mrs. W H. Maxwell, the cars' 1 lives'have been exhausted. have accepted in trade,vary in' naine,: "d1'I I F4
were the guests of Mr. and. Mrs.
Clarence Roberts, of Lake Butler, I'' style and price. Some have seen sturdy ser '
This custom brings into the market
last Sunday. vice; in others the potential mileage has
Rev. Clarke, of Waldo, preachedtwo which rep'resent
ism excellent sermons at the every year so-called"used" cars scarcely been touched. And all offer a wide

Methodist' church last Sunday. outstanding;; opportunities to buy,unused -. field of opportunities ,
Mr. Judge Fonsworth and family o .
; left for West Palm Beach lastMonday transportation low cost. To the family wanting transportation at '

where they will be permanently lowest possible cotf.
locAted for the winter. rilbrcand a
Every year more people appreciate -
Mm. J. F. Johnson, teacher of To the family wishing to own a car of a
Nowhere: ,such beauty and luxury... nowhere the primary Suit day school class! In this fact Today millions of families higher price class.

such pleasing lines and contours her the elUa Chrl ,taliv i* her church home", entertained last Saturday are driving car*of.which they are the secondor To the family needing a second or third .

r nowhere Bodies that equal these new e'ettJnlf.roufteell Were pres third or even fourth owners;. and this car to meet the requirement: Of oil... its \

ent. Interesting rme were played members. v t i,
Masterpiece Bodies by Fisher-The entire after which Ice cream and cake year the- volume of new car sale i and trade- t '
the Style was served. We invite you to examine the unused f ran-

country"is sayinjj/07/a Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Williams of in transactions has created wider choiceu and port at ion in the stores of General! Motors P

S Senfaf .a entirely new, revolutionary tours instead of straight< lie..-' 'Cftra.. .K.were B. Watterson the guesfs'last of Mr.Sunday amiMi's. greater values' urtaaed transportationthan dcalers.Foryour convenience General Motors + 4
irl.-ifltraduCinK: / a vogue of distinction, .
will wo<]tt.Miontblf. be from sparkling colors britlHotchromeplarin afternoon:, ever before. extends the GMAC Purchase Plan..
,. sae trend of mart bodr-detigi and itfUtaf Mfr and1 U.... H. A. Dellc and .
during\ the nest severs ye r*- new roof radius and fendef danshter,Carolyn. Mrs. J.O. Lam-
t lfc. pew Bodie of the Silver design-e vogue of tasteful luxurv ereauz., an J sister. Miss More!
AantTencr. Buiclfire enjoying ,composed of tn9l moltalfvelxc Johnson, were'vetting In St. Augustine It.
uoir r.aj acclaim .> themes upholjterr. arriaiie hardware GENERAL -t1
etdcinet ead di* -, .< the finest and moil beautifulver appci.im''Dis of comfort Bad Mr. and Strsr. P. B. Hunt had aa
., created by lh* world- convenience. their1 guest last SandVy, Mr. And
rafbber orgcaizMion! Vfra. B M. Slmmona and son. .
Herei.aotuoly.oe.rarbue tf The the Silver entire I Anniversary covatrr: '* baiNata Buick.lsew Thomas of Cirra. "' -- ._-:---- ..-,.._ CLIP Tllf.? COUPON r w. r. -----r ,wwr. .r"j,

of elmThe eorhw coumtrf. i I. .ayio%, Rev. Taylo fllr l waxy.OS..U.bora' of grcefuf: c..arbac'. die atyfer,, appointment af MourWeocfr last 'Gknaroi Motors want you to know: whet it is doing to give value to the purchaser ,It ti
8ltltdal' uior lll". at lUll product Send in the coupon. There wilt be' no obligation attached.:: fIOe..a.u. ,

Mlle Silver Anniversary .Vartaut(tmpt.A.).f>ctn>lf,&f'uL. oLDSMomLB '
; d'ae to the Inroad. of larger bake Pisa..a.odwiN.ueo6GpHuotosaeBlwerueJ kt- ra CJIEVJfOLKT 0 PONTrAC t:1 CJ OAKLAND C BUICE.: i! ,

< en la- Fort Pine. And West Palm iteur.d.aerabitythsUweta1UototarroduMIAav) : LjtxSALLE:: 0 CADILLAC 0'RIOID AI HI!,ACIf..fifllt.I4w..,.. 1 y,,
BUICKRegister Beach underselllnK to the merchants cBeekoT toctthcr with, die KoolcleU "The' Proving ,l
Oronixr' <' < .*' DELCO.LIOHT 1111. ,/.a",. (
and thereby taking the bulk! and nPrtaci BAia and] bflcie* 7 1 .1 .,

r Motor Company .thattb f the &u.lTbllt. Buying. publto- did .not...cure4firMct' mo .N.mtll- __. _._ ..-.. ......... .. .. .._ ... AdJr.J. _. ._... ,...... .......... .. ,_......................_._... .n [

rOf'8lfT-'ower price.; Ir "
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iP- -- -. -- BIIlI-b-; ; ; known; ; subvert II-, of beauty' : I Cawthon --- --' _" =-:...: .
-- S.-- Urges
I of. Blessed ate they who cleanup I P I I II

I t the highways byways and homo
: i-1. grounde, foi cleanliness la next to Keeping

godliness : '
i Evan's'Independent
: 1IIKATKE t ti;. IIIc"o.IIIoI'o, 'lucy who brighten On School Levy H
and fushcn. I their buildings and
Home of Vitaphone I
I II IION. fences with paint for Improvement '
!"H.'N I hut\lll<'id Ion l'rOINHf..1| | .Anicnd,
and t Iho praiso of many people
I I ': .\ ., TUKS.( ; WEI U. shall be t their! reward militunltl I In Step llntkunid Stores Co.I41cR3SKLE .

Phone 29 hut. of Hn- lug TnlkliiK 1'h"UI'C'H I ft. Hloihpd;" urn t they who war ,

I I.'uuC I tlu' \CHI-! 1 1I I oil signs and banish the billboards Adopt Inn In the coming general I
I ----- I ; along the! rural highway. for they election of (he \propoH...J constitutional .. I !
| ; <'KVII:: 'iv' ("i.LK jjavo a nll>er tea Tiipaday afternoon -
ct; ; shall ho called protectors\ of roadside amendment seeking to provide -
at I the home" of !Mrs.\ A. Z. Ad- : : :
:5 '. for the schools
; beauty\ I stud landscape IIcener) luoro revenue !
yte Twentieth ,Cuniui'>' Hi'Idee klnn Oil limit btreet. ,::4 7. Blotted are they who stand of (the stale would be "a backward I
;it met with Mr i mid Miu, Nat 'I bin home which lendu I Itself: I against filend and relative Iji the step educationally," In Ibo oplulou I

[nberg Friday evening$ ut their MO beautifully to hutch an oicaiilonwaa j'.. / : protection of oat. are's gifts to our of W\ H. Ciiwilion stale superintendent I
? ", : aitlHtlcully decorated, with' I .MA- 1 \\:()\', AN.I)) Nation. for I they shall be lecogiilzpd of public' ioHtrurtlon.!

-, & 4 tllell were arranged i t( In i roomu laige of floor pink, buaketa radiance, bowln and n4(1 t L; LIONIaHiJtRYMOR1 as true patriots of America.R. ,In a statement one of a nerloe I BARGAINS GALORE I

btened with bankets' and vasea canon routes Dlesue.il aio the towns with Issued by Mr. Cawlhon In which
4i .,'goltl and fern Ic I'Ii. In I II planning boards for great beauty he cIlHcimui-H WHVH, und means. of i
La1 hen sioies: wcro totaled Mr, The ruIlouthuig program wa'n ulaiised I: i1.' llf} L1ON4 NI) 'I prosperity and peuio shall descend betterment of the educational YIJ- all staple Groceries
I. tho Special prices on
and tendered during

Mn,. F I I"'. Slump were found /'IlJIOllS.J" .. upon them tem of .Florida, ho declared t bat
i o,holders\* high.: Mrs Slump allernooir: I .. :9.i Oust shah bo Clio' rewind RflvQinK'g of the amendment who .
: lived u box of peuiorhj, dusting Piano. selcitlon. Venetian Boat WithAlso ',1,1UITAPHPNe of) I those who protect our forests' expected I to remove Indebtedness I

; L '1 coiialHlliig, of I two' decKx oft Andrews. }nuo I to sci'Ve'hi I in and the flub and1 organic laws "would piobnlily ,

.' a srore pad and !pciull., M n. Two popular melodies (a) Kong wild animal to furnish him food. he ulluta iPiiIteui." uddlng that I "(Ito .. .
,1 a Wall was consoled. with an of Love from fllossom Time; ( hi'JogithierMrs ) 1, '.1 10.I Whosoever COIIKc'I'Veth! our I only WRY lo slop Indebtedness IH to I
I... !. .5
i :. ji ; t | .iidued| linen guest; towel tor J. I'ickeriil.'IWO national leriniirieti serveth himself, destiny t the power lo make debts." ALL DAY SATURDAY
v ow morn w h ill! Mr\ 0, L. HPUM-/ readings. (a) And That's Four IH'I'iixv Vit iplione/ and the generations following. The allll'lIlll11t'lIl. he said, would

: r 'Wan given a box of haudker- How that Started; < hi) Cariolta'siudeeIHIouI AdM ._._._._ ------J n -Mlns Luclle Mitchell. \V. M.I 1'. IC.ll.LY amendmentBrief
I,. The proponed) I II
.7 Two violin selections! I In) Adagio AndAIOV1KTONI S ..II.U1'; I,.\\\1'\: :
rU "be liobtess served a flu II *salad! i I ly would it-moto tim maximum I
.. ., Heclhoven; ( hi) Deep. III vel', FREES ;
t to her guests who wero, the g 'I'AI.I.INGNewtl levy of ID mills II lid make it 1>011- :
;i% / F ilar members) and Mr. and I Orooms-\ -Mlus Alice "'eruiandoz.Two The'onuIII'a Missionary Union Hlble .rur tho taxpayers of special I ,
: t JJ. C Wall. vocal solos (al) Coming I of Now River llupllst association, tax districts" I tu levy city mlllufee I -
1 Homo Wllloby; ( b) Tho Little\ held (its\ annual meeting Saturday. !
Matinee : for Hl'huolllllnIOIl'1t against ;
[! ------- -' Evening: desired
.' : !} Illlla am Culling, Hdwiud Morris October lith; with Luwtey Uuptlstchurch. nets. Tho to customer entering
i ; PRIst; mn'J'lw\\ .Mrs. JC J. Davis. 15-50c 15-fiOc( I hue property! of the chat which every our :
\TY section of the constitution It I
The 1 hostesses served a fioien:: i An Interesting progium; was urlangeit the
TIHW. & FlU. IH proposed to amend divides

f1ueiday being the blilhday an- the fruit program.salad course at the close of ('!...UC.BOW for speakers t the lay.being, among MrH.V"tho, countIOH Into special tax district's, store on this day we will present ;
&i Dreary of Mr. J. U. RohlriHou I S. provides for I tho election of trustees -
j Hoblnson gave bUn a plcasurprlHO Twenty seven dollars and seven. I :J. Epperson: Starke, piesldent of and presi'ilbes then d II tie" andterms
: ty tents was realized for the after' : : : I IN" New fllvor W. M. U.. Mrs. II. C. authorizes the ;
of ollUe, and with
by Inviting a number handy shopping bag.
noon which amount will go toward l Peolumn. slalo and Mrs: you a
t nds composing* their breld eIn <4'ollMMl.V< INCWHKATUKDAY i net fetary lovyliiK and collection/ of a distiict I
the of the of tho ,
repairing lijteilor h'I of JatkHouvlllo Mrs. J
1& for thu evening with the IItt.. %Ij.\h'\ 1 Ib.: lee O'Kelley .lax for Hchnot purposes not to ex-
that they como (dressed an Methodist' church. I K' Vugtrf divisional Young People's n'lso, oed 10 mills on the dollar. This store the first chain store I
lender Gainesville, was
.'z JJjtand girls., Many clever and -SMIt4. A resolution! calling for the
Mlial 4'OHIlIIfl(8 were worn amiiflrsl i U.\nUn MltS. PDIJKHOMTUHHKH iouoI>> \181./1111; mill! ..luckMn spoke dining tho afternoon. At I the amendment wan adopted by tile I '
7 ; Ti) l'. l>. <*. llui II noon hour un enjoyable I luncheon I
pint of tho evening was I 1)27!) legislature.
in Starke and have bought EVERYTHING -
; : it lu playing kid games uiicl : 1.t..i| III i\ was nerved by the' ladles of the t flU "The motive behind t tills action I we j
Pink ladlunco l'UHIJ9''ero used l iwtey dllll'eh. who moved to
: lug kid songs. Among I lhpliied of the leItIHlatlll'e'WIIH most worthy
) was pining on Ibo I to makn I the looms moie allraitlvn ; niOHl' cOngenlul hostesses> ," tho stale Hiipcrlnteiident said."Tlicio ; '

S S 'r ,, ,, & key's tall. M r. J. K. ( orlenL when Mrs. A. M. 'Darby and her 1:1: Olllcers for I the new year wore IH a good Intention !hack of from the f farmer we

: ii44.woiL| the prize for Mils uccom-( cluughtor./ Mis. H. 'I 1.. Peek rulertalnpd .- --- clotted us follows: < every plan 'to rulHo money for public -

S kIrnPLIt and was given a huge I lie W. T. Weeks Chapter: U, A. Weeks O.) L. llcmJc-y, I'nmldc-nt 1l"rat. W. J. 1 Kpperson) 1 education" I :

.. ;i.ff*: of peppermint landy. Toys If. 1>. C.. Monday afternoon, at o I I.. I llaymts, Misses I ICHieJ) Irltlln, Stiu'ko.Vlcoprosldel. Voters of I Iliu, state are first 1011- could use. We\ have been well pleased -
Mrs J. C. 11 a.. III.
Mrs. Darby's homo North Cherry
'S very variety wero given Mr. on Madgtt JII hid IeI out, Margurct; hong, ternod with I tlio thought usto
(innon lo remember thin occas- $ street' 1':111TIHolI.: I u Amelia Hay Olive Laciosse.District. whether I they should concern I tlicm- !
i The chapter\ was pleased, grant Hay, Kloiemo Andrews and Vlr- Hiiperlnlendent, Mrs (I. selves with the 111'oIIllHell'exerclRI" with the patronage given us and

t : p /bell tho grown ups tiled of I the application I for membership I (of gina VVpcks., C. White. Slurko, 1I1 'H. I.. U. Harris I In districts of unlimited i taxing

1 S ; kid ;pranks' I tables were placed Misses Margaret Long Virginia. ---.-. hac'rosso.Secretary power III lalslng school funds, Mr.

r ridge' ; ) In I lie large. llvlnn roomS Weeks, I Harriot flit ih.! Lucille .jt'. :.\ bit 4 'InS ;MiifHThu l ; ; / and Treasurer -Mrs. Cavtthon observed) will appreciate continuance.
Mitchell t and Andrews, .1.1 II. Pilla I hnwley. your }
|htf tied wit h vusos of coral! 1 vine Florence "The answer to the question depends -
1 pink radiance loses and tho and as soon un I their rocord c'nll be Young People's Leader, >Mrs.Fred upan whether or not the use' ------ -- .. -- --- -
j. t Under of tho evening was properly recorded I they will bo \ Junior Oils of I hit Woman's May Iiutiosse. of this power hoY.tho voters of a \-

1 L kt t.in this diversion. Mrs.' A, 7.. given I their certificates of member. t'luh I met at I Iho ('I lulliiiiso'i l'nl'KnllalII'I'vlt'o/: ('hall'man. Mis. district would tend to promote or EVANS' Stores Co.

IUIt won': high and was slvon ship. u6nd.iy aftf-nioon with J. lll'teellII'OI'l..IIt. A. M. Darby Klurke. hinder educational progress in thoslato Independent

;, y4 eet pea vuso. Mr. M.] M\ Johns The president' Miss Amelia Hay, Mission /Study: lbruilun. Mis.T lit laiKe." S ,
made high and received a Ho, appointed I I hut following i llnamt) Thtt following ollliers score olo.tp.I'for J.. Tony, l.awtey. Adoption of the !proposed(
I !Mrs. (I, Kirk Lewis held comnrlttvn for I thief* ) months: I tho'.toniing year: Piiblliily; I ('it it I riuliLul. Miss I Inez amendment. he added, would biliiK I C. E. Cowles Mgr

c | for ladles anil' was piesented Misses Klliel: (ir'nln I Madge; Mlddleton \ ('hull'man, M 1'1'1. (I I. I i'. Uuymoiid... Abel'nulliy, HIIII'ku.HtovUl'Clllhll' about 'an i ln<'rmiso" i In I Ilia property I I II
and Kloiento Mull I hows. I'I'Pllltll'III", I lloiu) !Manning.Vice chul clean, it!rut. Ar- district
1 tt plcluia. Low for men went I lux and cinpluisUa t the asa
The annual tltctlulI of nlllrel.lt.wlll I ripsldenl.I :i'oollll Andrews.: wood. l.awtey.Margin; .
fudgw( A. ./. Adklns who was I taxing unit us distinguished:: from I II
: rded a smoking ulanO. I he III November, I Ih'H'ernl', I Ibo Hcicntury' 'llielnia( Alldl'", ". 'ct Fund. Mrs. II. M. Mc- I In' loiinty t and itt at U. I I

S vt'4. kt! : |t the' clime of the I progrvsslons; \ president named I Ih nominating i I I Tieatiiirpr, I 1Il'1I1I'1('" Jolt IIM. Itun, His kn. "l'i-<>|iHity has all the mlllugo I: -',
Hoblnoon' !ought lit.Hit enor- lommlttea\ lo bu tsl iti.. J. It. Hitch, The followliiK: young men..wereiiti44ec4tIMV4 Tiulniiig J : / si boot I c'haiti i'nut ii, itt ia.. against II for sihoul purposeH' t that

; ? I birthday citho lewf In" whf""' .P.U. 1.... lla>'nes aiuI'Mrs, J.-M'*: '''1tut IIItWII"'flt,:". ... *1., II. 1.lwll'I! Staik.e.WbltM :; ". I It should be required I I to bear" he I Iho Htal( Cuiii'at iouiLi advantugexomparublo I In Union county' are almost completed
11,lIme' HI'hwllll't Junior JIIdl"II'I Iaiti Mrs. II.
Hrownlen frosH t'hllll'lIIlIlI. '
t t1 t5 holding I thirteen I smalt!1 plnhwhich S reaxniipd. "If I the amendment (' 'with thorio of everyother and by tho llrst of No vent'
S b lfau" she placed, lu front Tho I Millly-tlilrd I I 1IIIIIIIIIIl'"VI'II-I ISiihler Klcklllpr, Nolan ('a- Jllottjileo.,, Sluilie. should IIP a I IIr. hove ieoige l(Luy mood, l Hick liilf-, _b .. her they will be ready for (hue fluibh \ -
(tion nf the Floilda Dlvlulon, U. |
:\ Hoblnuon. I lip :\\\t\\ eai hit .................. ..... t tilfts having: t the greater wealth III educational, way the people of tho '
I1 \ '
Murrali Honk
1, 'I'l; McMil
I>I. C will be held in TallahaHsee> uuier .. sin'face.
i' a slice .ind to caffyf exit I the'I' propoilion to I Ilio number of children ....ty and t thoso of the country
S Idea to the last degiee Mru.Itnuon on I Ihu HMD\) Inclusive\ \ \ and t tho, lan C;ito 1Il\1, \ <'Mlllan 1 Lester I'llceItobhiNun : NEJJ' RIVER : much better I educational advantages 'would l be !jhwurled."It The Jotindatlou, on road 4t.
nerveof tht'1I1'renlell" delegate: front" the IIJI'III11I1.I1t'1'\ I'Htil Knight' Hilly ? ithits. Eiude Hupp, Cor.Mi << has become paramount front Wortlilngton lo Halford v.aa
S ui Mrs. A. /. Adklna Mrs. L.nraUey ham Merrill Strnlh t .!oIui I Iniiiaii'The '
: Rolls and punch. K'vvors ron- are IPDII favoied dist!rlets could letelve. duty of the state to assume t the responsibility week,
1.i1S 1 Of whistles of evci'y-doiici! ; alternates. Mm 1.. A, Dalt MIH! are anxloiix to enlargo ......... ..4. +A I.._ "t'onse for a satlsfudory program completed Saturday: of lust
\ i and !'T tut. K: I L. rtigga. 'hue C their: mpmhi-rtiliip/ no any gui v> bo \[' Hjiid 1Trn. c. n Drown and still of educational chit- except where road 49 Interjects
!greater; liieiinaUtles of education for all Its
S 1ft5 vlted to ho 'with Mr ttobliinon of C chapter will be repreientedby would' I'ke lo join the club please elthIdl'oiut( of tjampiion: City were visiting I oppoitunlty us ht.tweell'lheLhlld I dren. It can not longer afford/ to tell ii road ':2!$ on Main street III
their dlietlor. Mrs. %L. A. Davis.During tin ii.ii I theTr" nanipu i into I Tl/jlma: Anilrpii !; relatives and friendhero had hoped tliilt
this Wo
inpriy' evening were: Mi'Mrs. iou, of t Ilia different districts /dilft t lie responsibility for thlll'i'I'ogl'olU Lake Uuller.
S ]\ ,I H. M, and I the nodal hour Missi'ltui'otuco > bpfoip.tho. ""''1t 'meeting I Nov.' Sunday the the bond trustees, city l'ou\lt'lIlInll
'T Jolinn Judge of u tounly than exists at present upon all I communities ordlstiUta !
Till. It Vn's .decided lo Iiold Mr, unit .. I Denzll) Thomas and
favoipd nils
Andievvs I Ito
? : 'T A. 7., 'Ad)UI I us, Mr. and Mrs.Knlclit. IIlull"w"pn' t time and I thn schools of the rural alike, for I Ibexe are not I the stale road department would
S. .' 1 Mr. and, Mrs It. i I"'. lompany with t ttto lovely piano III)' l"lI.t: Oil! :U iii. 1m by. of Lake huller, wean visiting u district would, lag further hn- 0'inally, able lo take upon, themselves gut together( 1 and devise some way
:t i forest, Mrs II.! kirk Lewis and los namely< l'ut utasia' In I D. M\ :nor -- -- ---.. -- .!jelutlves' utul! frlendi bpio Sunday.Anioii lilnd I I those of Iho I ci lty district t than such: leuponslbillly.: lo have tilts'entail' portion or road

SI f ii 'J. N.! Coipeiilng.TK \ ('Urlhl) and k I uigs' JeHter.' 'Flue'. ;t'I fIl''II0': : I ; '"' .';I'IS( 'OI'.\Ii.iNlll !? I IhoHo who wpin I Iho over. The efforts I that are now being ... :a!R l1e.lbllt: It seems' the gettogether -
t IS -.' intuit eututes served, u yal.id coiirnu.' .\ \nTho \' 1&liPS I II of Mr.\ and. Mrs. II. ;J1', lien- made lo give every .child of ltlOH1C------ IN- l'NIU't'u1' -:-/ -- IIpli'lt'ls: not to bo had
; \ 1'nJuyllllC: I Mrn. Darby's I and Mrs.Peek's tree Sunday, aflt-iiioon WPIPMr.: C6 1> Is completcil
: .\I.\IUI-I'1'; CO.MPIJTII: ; ; ) Woik" on road ,
) S ( 'l'\
iI' hospitality wetutA. Mesdiunes St Muik'H Auxiliary of theMplmopal and, Mis\ P. FI. Ciews and clilldien through Providence, which' leaseS
t' I tj vIe number one of I the MelhM .... AUkliiM. J. M\ llrownlpp. i:i I i'hurcli met Monday with I of Lake lluller, Mr. and Mrs. Ion-' and! mllca: uutl '
S g HS onary Koclejy; of 'Starke. L. Wall J. W. AndiewH, Jr., J. 11.. Mrs Joe Hoover. aid Johns Mr. and Mrs hub( of CENT A AWQRn% ) LaVe of lint the leI'hard, O<'t.surfaced(i.--Tho-road'i foundation ,- about I nibbed.one" a huf|

_.. _. l'ew'lI/f occupied I thn nioinlng Miami.Mlsu l I.
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It t _.-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-...-..-..-..-.,-..-..-..-.-,-..-.--- I ,a-,.si l .Ml'M.... .... I.".......w.. .... .fiuiVMl.. ._" .I.....in.., .I li. .aI .t. I.oulue I'airawuy of Hrook- ._ --- -- .. -.. ---._---- -- -
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;; : (tht. noon hour. cit was I ho week-end guest of MlnsMl. COLUMN -,-.--,.--.-.--.-,.--,-.-.-'.------'-(

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''ERSONALITY THE :MiM; > :MHS.: UIMI.MKIIT.m .\> ., '. and Mrs. (I. .I'.. Tonillnuon FOK HFJNTFurnlahPd 'apartment INTGKXATIONAL HARVEST CO.
::1 ; ; and 1 Uldren WPIC I liaiisacllng In town. J. .F.S Klcklllpr ,

S $ business In I I.uko I II)lit I lei' Silt"'dayafternoon. 8-3-lf MACHINERY
Mr. mid /Altst.\ \ ; entertained --- -- -- --- -- '

LA' % jANKING BUSINESS I t .I a few' nf I IhHr lends with Mi. .1 I, C. 'l'lligle Mull nous Kay FlHl" lotu.tI.II'.Whlfo A, F. Miirihee Ix-ghorn Klaike, pul-Fla.IDlilt. i ..ADcWitt S
It a bridge y"t"IIII'Hllay' eVe- and lIal'uhltllVl'I't'I vlsih lug igl.illves : .* '
- I IS t nlnK "I I hoc cottage; on NlngHlvylake ; I at I Hrjceville, !Siiiidav:\ --. .. -- --- -- : C. Jones

: 'I'IIL'v11oLI( .; ulikli wits fittingly' and attractively hit r. and Mrs! '1'. K. tlellamy and" WANT l'.l:"- tipcoiiil'; I miner wtraw- .
t iltcront w iLls Isauut,, I- daughters Mary& and Olivia and berry plants. 'T, S. WIlllaniH, I HAKDWAREiiii
;: I STORY IN (flen of golden rod. I S
Mr\[ Theodoie Tyler'w"ru< visiting, St rjie. 1I. 8.3t. .
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:' : A NUTSHELL I High 1110 ren wereswon" by Mr. In luKo Butler Sunday. ---- --- -- _____ _---
and( Mrs" N, Klernliuig w bo \\ere < .' .* *, ? o I I'c'll ItNNT'r.wo and! {fUll. I' loomloom ---- '
t given a ulioe. bug and. silk hose r''- apifilnienl, with pilvuto lH .l "''I"" nl "" ;"' ra .. ..i I h '
') cS g. I IN THK 1 1 Bpetllvel, Mis\[ .1.' W. Andrew, hull I ii. furnished JI\\['>I. Josephine S

\\L FINALANALYSIS" I I Ji 1 1..t'IVI'II'1\' set lit>( late cuffs aud 4, Church Service ... Kd&t19l8h'hiuuae: t I IIV.. 11.FOIt I. HAROLD C, WALL ;
J. .,1. Tl'lIby LI. lituuugea, Si>ll\I l hluitti kerr 4 4 '
:cn \ I c diet for I heir low ucoruM.Mrs. HA I I.i': Na i'('hutsuis Chinese
4 4 4. 4. + 4' 4' 0 4 4 nacied lily bulbs. GOo) and tide
: (IT PAYS : \Vymau served a chicken INSUH.ANCE' ,
Jw '( TO 'l'UANSACTYOUR naiad imiifee, at I tlie etui of I Iho pro. I\lMlst: .. u iloxeii. Mra. N. t II. Wuinwrlght. .
S f 1"-1 12t.> .
Rrcsa'oimInvited, : Sunday tiijiool; at 10 a. III. Collection I,; AT.\nKE, 111onll\ ,

to be with Mr ami IIln. ) for stale missions.Worghlp > 'I Ute HA t.1'8huftlnllllh:: '"' Y", \ Reprexrnta hut! Bruit Leading Inmirnnce CompaflieerULE .
S BUSINESS Sti .-.,.:' Wjrmau were Mr. anti Mm. O. L.. at 11 L 'a. in .and 7:30p. :: speed pulleys ani:> hangars discarded I' LIADIL1TVS

IN THE HANK nslej! ,. Mr\[ and l Mis. H. 1.. Peek, in. S In rl'mo..llnJl. of our ,, :, ACCIDRNT: J IFE, AUTOMOB1LB. flNfl, Ii 3AIMU8TMENT3

I S I WHERE; '?.. S. Mi. ami Mra. N. SlernberR, Mitts ,, II. Y; I'. U.} Intermediate and, I \press limit In A-l condition : MADE rnoMPTLYAlCiti I
MdbelVellt">r. .1 .1. Truby nnd Mr. Junior at it.:-'to: p. "\. ,, ,., 1
and will b sold cheap.\ Tele- ........ .' w
\ RELATIONS( > S t iiiul Mrs., J. \Andrews, Jr. Sunday s hool Icmht'is especially graph. Starke )Fla. U. ........""""'!!!" .... !!!" -,-""'''"' ''"''!(B''' '' '''

-- Invited. Trying to make I this -- ..._--- ... -S. -
.4 S WITHPATRONS I -- -- -- -- --- -
Tit i I I\TIMMt.\: ; ('II'1'1': .. -..
S S .,. meeting I '" helpful i u lo yn.ii. Last -- -- -
/ I IS .i'io.K.\At 1 I.. Wed Monday\ evening. the church en- :: : : FOLKS --ny J7)S7i2brpeningVB )

S r ARE I t : NOT : I '- ; ; Joid a business missionary iiiuf ;I
Tim I'lvtvs 'conimlllee I ol&? I lhtSVoinuiv'n > ?
4. nodal\ gathering whlt'h.walllllrgely '
It; !; GOT A
I t lub of Slarke with M rut. attended. j I YX( GET THIS WAY

.r4 1a: 1). I. Ames as lialrnian, have ( rtanlreil On Sunday morning llev. I<. W ?eRF ecT RGHT\YQU$ \ ONT> HAVE EVERY TIMe: YOU CWCAR: OFF

; .: SENTIMENTANDIDRALS: \ : : and are maklnic hut input- 1..lekl't..r. gave a brief history of ITO. PEAK TD A q Tb COOK. AT HIM'cMOKING.' COME OAJ oVER TOruu
t '. late i plans I.l > cooperate with the tiny church for tint'! past fifty years. j;! ?\ I WAS ONCE AS IF YOU
; :: S I flly oMIilaU III u lean up cnm- At the evening service the fol- t'ciMGAGBO TO WAS QOJN' TO
imlgu o( the 'town. After I their owing: wcre'recelveoLlnlo member- IIi! t CORPthING"sAN .

L11' rlg"s \" Business Men and! Women appre-! 'lean' III' ,\>program ;,1be)*Intend' "ihlp: Mr.;"'uhd Mrs. James Kite and I IClIYlIInl Ii KISS HIP.J S.I ,, '1.;',__-. ,pjJOt51OR." '

; : Iatc the helpful intensive service that featuresivery r taU drtlnlie ftt-ps' (oward making ll C. Uu f rll. 1' w
S rilurki( a town of pent IUI'lt\h..all,, i.11 S S -- ----- I ANO .. .. ,
$ i ,: transaction at this institution. I bun It n-jw POSBCDMUS.Htltlltltll ? ;MKTHOIHST; \ BLOW YOU
S,> f t.10.'UII'II. >1 ('lUfJl'l-Mltloll' 4 t Sunday; HI'hoot Sunday mornliiKat sweuu..
;; l Your Are Equally Welcome \\ .'_ M 'l lllw| 10:04 .o'clock K.': I K. Perryman.1 t TO' A "
\, I 1. IHenseil are lucy who ,iast' ".It. I G le'Ii" '

tltt loiiK-Hved I reeaud_, shrub lot .Worship:\ Sunday at 11 ::0th n. ui.. I LtJ ,\.

BRADFORD COUNTY BANK t, nerHllont shall. HMH up and.fall and .7, 30. p. in. "Pa'nllng Your

; L (them binned. : Iwo Portrait", will be the morn- This la rendezvous
a for married people as well as Corpening DrugStore
:2. Ulessed\ are."llIey I who are ng subject anti, that for the eve-
l !Bradford County's Financial Stronghold owners ot flower gardens for In ilng will 'lie- "The Jericho lload. thosa: whose choosing days are in bloom. Cigars "

the heart u.a u flower mny be seen Kpworth: League Sunday evening 10 Service Store"
: for him sweets for her. Gifts e
.lt !i for nil Household
r ; STARKE, FLORIDA its Creator. at 6: 15.Midweek : .
,. "If '\\0 .' 3. Itlessud are they who appreciate devotion Wednesday' needs at prices right's can be. Starke. Fla.

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-2S2Si i?) tied to Peru Indiana, where Interment --1 coxriuiitATi: :. : IH\I;, and Mrs. Hlgtn vt Starho. I i

c I?I 'took place Saturday morning NAMKN'; HIS HT.U'I Mesdames\ II. II. Thede and J. H.Currodlnn .

r at 10:00: o'clock.:
were shopping In Jacksonville
Bits of &I Ocala Oct. .-General ,V. KMcOahuKln :. Wednesday.SPKAKINO' '
J. II.
Lawrence of Keystone' of this city (command

I Heights, was in Starke Thursday. rr t the I the second':! brigade Klor- : SI'Cltldl' ;

lila! division IT C. \r.. has '
announced R Rt.
: Wesley Crews of Lllweot ', 0 rk It
) WHO a
al NevKs I hllllll|>oiiH rlal staff HH follows t.r t.
6'JC ? visitor In Stirko{) Thursday. I'x-Setkalol': Lawrence Y. Sherman -
I : Matrons of honor, 1\1 rHo A. of Illinois! ,' now of Daytona
*"' I M. Steunls und Mrs! .1. J. JS'oasonJarksonvllle : .
Ii Hoarh, Is making tour of FlorIda -
: a
i !Mrs. J. C. Strlbltng/ of Jackson Mrs. John
rJ : Ti-diloi.
Our People Business
\\Concerning and und will speak In the Interest
j ville. I III tbe guest of Mrs D. K.! Live Oak: Mrs. F'" !K: Harris
cif Herbert Hoover at tho court-
frogreit of the County and, Town Knight this week. UCI&IIIII'S.; U. A. Woods. Jackson. I
housu lu Stui ko on Friday Oct.
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i iZ I lOlh at K p. III. The public la Invlliul. -
l ol. I). K.:
Knight hi Orecn
was Chaperones l of honor, Mrs J.1V. .
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,7575" 57s ''IUJ'CJ CJ CJ.Cj C3 U3 CJ d5Mr iJ; Cove Springs the first of the, week Andrews, Jr.. Slurko:; : Mrs.tieh ,
: ,KnrJIIsad{ ,,) Pan l und Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. lUll attending court. Jackson rialucsvlllo; Mrs. K. I r .z
L.aii 1 ,"{ uii t) III Jncksonr :rllhRIII, !Mr and Mrs. H. A. BIsji A. Crawford high, Springs! : !Mrs ,

ji lllt ulIl'i, ( ehitdreh,)'iLlUl..1\I1\(| and Miss Harris J. Sherman of Hie John cia; s, I'alutka ; 11I1'8.V.. 11. "

,.i.trti. J.V.. MorKilu, were among\ Slate Hoard of Health U lu Starkp\ yles, "10'Ollie; !Mrs. C. M. lllcklo The local rump W. 0. W., \\\11\ DttmcIol U. .

( Nf,r I K.'VHtoiie; ; Heights hoso attending I the opening. of the this week. ma mi, Altichuu; !Mrs. Kuilly; unveil the monument erected to l;

In|'( n" (hiisluuHS mutterirpi iHMilflpa: airport In St.:; Augustinejunctay. ----- Green OC'lIhnIrK.! I). .... Borden, the memory of tho late( !Sovereign: "

100dI' .t0y y 'r1: '. >li. nod. ,1\1 rs. K. M. Haxcn ofBiooker Ocala. leo. WIlkliiKou, Jr., at Long: '
\ I were visitors in Stiiike SpoiiHurs Miss\ Mozcllo KnnlH, Hriinrb cemetery, near Highland ASTONISHING .

1; ."f. .'InckBonvllle. If jackHOliville; MHH| Maggie, While. on Sunday Oct.! lllh. Sovereigns ,
'k-nil. In Starke withFnmsnlce yoU have any kind of furnlurp Monday.- Jacksonville! ; Miss Olive Wlialey, are requested to meat at the> camp
that needs repaired! ; 'your of. by IIn. m. The unveiling will takeplate
Ocala; Miss Susie Leo ..VII 1t0ll, Talatku. -
w vev ""your .Vlrtrbla! nnthlng! Mi. and Mrs. )0;. J. Dowllug about 2 p. m.tJ. FOOD VALUES

( and 1 1IrK! J. n your burnt Phone 42W. L. a.iemngway brought their. 111110 daughter, Mar- Maids of honor Miss Idyl'K.l > W. Morgan, Clerk.
: at l 1'. S. McMillan'sme. Ian, from Riverside hospital in
I oltJlllr.JlI. la Galncs Warrlnei', JackHonvllle\ ; Miss Hone! .
Jacksonville, Thursday where she
10-12-41. Crosby Cltru: MUs Kalheilne! Plli.slJ\TKItl.\X; : l'UIU':
has! boon some time duo to alckI1CHB. NTKD
-------------- I'ylfH, Ol'nllIlIdlt; Ida llurkhelm Sugar ( HANin 10 Pounds 60c I

l mil f' K.; C'anova, Judge A. Z. Adklns. Slates At- Oalnesvllle" ; Miss Leila Jones 10 n. m Sunday school, J. M.

,,,111, spent the weuk- orney 11. V. Knight and- Col. 1 I';. M. Oalnesvlllo, Miss Annie Swain, Trilby, mipt.
mill relatives Johns were among those attending ('IT1'l'Nl'IL MIITHOIIUcis : : Shady.< 11 u. m. MornliiK worship. sermon I r
ke \ Picnic Hams :iieIibICM;: Per Pounds 26c
he fall term of circuit. court for by the pastor,

,of, Graham was alltor hiker county in Macclenuy thin New Take Position Fur nnHXI'SHa:1'I: ..: : U (>!fo' ((1:45: p. m. CiirlHtlun Kndoavor.:

art vec-k. Conning "'+vtr. 1'111IUIO'flST: 'lIl'IU'1i 7:30: p. m I KveiiliiK( worship, -

rifle! liiman to' Starke spent Monday.Sunday Mrs-A.--II.--Freeman-- -of- -Ocala The slay council of the city of Wednesday" evening October HOUR Midweek and .sermon prayer 1I1et'ttng'ed. Salt 1- t. Bacon Htreuk Streak S' Fat I.l'm;: 18 1-2c Ib. + } 't S '

'pent Sunday and !Monday Stnrke, Florida met October 2, 3, the first Hapllat church of nesday: at 8 p. m.
herei i In regular session with the follow Starke held Its aHsoclutlonut huslnem A cordial Invitation to till our l'
vlth j
!Mrs I' .
; .
H '
lra h T 1 Ddll and chllr. Smith Mrs. ){ : UIM.IAIU-K
lug/; members present: C. )'. Hoover meeting The girls auxiliary services extended to alt.ItillllM [ ;
li-;,.. anil, Olll p| nlhlclI81111d1lY | was on her way to the ,
:2oiiteredate chairman, O. W. Alderman, i under the leadership of Mrs W. .

at Klngsley Mile and from Reunion there.he In will Jackson-go to I... A. Davis .v. L. Wall Minutesof J. Kpnerson, presented .,n very Interesting Breakfast Bacon lb. 45c I 1-2 lb. 23cCherries

> halt her ''dalllhter.IrR.! I,. A. :, t the last meeting were read and program, after which reports Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Drown of

; fates In approved of the different departments Crahum: a !Rlrl, Sept. 20th. {
I. (;eHii, Mr. and M s Tallahassee -S S aa'*
New:.: oftlcern elected'were sworn of the church wo'k .wert' read The It l'ul rt,
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs, L. F:. Dnann, of
and Lillian ---- .
gulll rl III by Notary Public A. S. Crews, as pastor reported, that during the MlddleburR, a boy, Oct 4th. _
laikwnvlllt, ?. nf*Jrt Sun- ;, Col. A. S. Crewy went to Orlunlb follows No. 21-2 30c '
: twenly-nlne membersiad f can
hp. Minxes BalsAeu\ : yesterday to attend'a : past; year Mr. and Mrs J. K.: Newsom of ;, .s .
.' get-to- I\fayor'-H. C. Wall. been re'elvellilito the church Starke' a girl Oct. 7th. ,
':' :ether luncheon at the chamber Aldermen-L. A. Davis, N.: The total membership Is two .
llPKF, Bllll UMir&$14 I }\ commerce building. now Mr. and Mm. n. II. HlgRlnbothim .. ,
/ Hon. Doyle SI er n berg, W.: L. Wall. hundred and nineteen '
( of Highland, boy, Oct. 11th.Mrs. ;
a "r
Siarkc after fciwfodlugI ; :. Carlton
Democratic nominee City treasurer and tax collector J. W. Morgan Rave; his report Potatoes t t "irKC10pounds23c 1- d.
hI 01 I Klngxley lake. governor, was the principal ,-n. A. Kntch. us church treasurer showing/ that A. Z. A dk I us. Miss Ethel

it-- del'- ,'speaker of the occasion which wlt'aI Tax assessor-C. A. Knight. from October 1. 1927! to Septem-- irlttln, Mrs O. I<. Beaaley, Miss '
narefootsbf t
Jian I'll.II attended by prominent, men from v
v.'nll the week-end, In I every section' ot life. state The new council was called to 'or' local work $2,255.55'> ; and during were among those RttendliiK theConfederate's Bacon Per Pound 30c
Siieii of !M Ins I nes -
t order by. Clerk C.A.. Flitch, and / the name lime the church had reunion In JackHon
A. Cary of !Maine, who Is connected Ur.! Cv .... Hoover was re-elected contributed to missions and local: vllle this week Mrs. Adklnti and

with the U.' BA Forestry 'chairman for the ensuing year. benevolence $775.68, making a total Miss Ciilfllu had the honor of singling of "; '

I I I'M. DuieCoQt' and Service, has purchased tber.Berrol The following appointmentswere of 303123. a group of old songs for tho FlourTh 12 Pounds52cPorkandBeansimurs j
daughter, JitauiJa\ and Alvarez lf.rlslng-irciid
place on West Call street made: The Sunday school work was reported Confederate" veterans

t Sunday with relatives and will remain here during/ the City Attorney.-A. S. Crews. by I1. L. Brownlee, secreary -

{ win tea. His ('OUIIIRIra.! Lelth City, Health Ofllcer-W. n. J, M. Brownlee. Measurer All members of tho Bradford -

|011Mr... 0. ,\.-Montieth; ndIlhudl'K. and Mrs. Brown of Providence, II, Parks. and J. F. Klckllter, superintend high school faculty are attending 3 Cans 25c
I., have also arrived and will Member of the Board of Bond ent. The present membership of the association of the Central I FlorIda _

int) are occupying make this their home for the winter 'fru"teaR-Jol. S. Matthews he school now one hundred und schools which Is being held at

silk Mrs P.r B. (''ar ._ Night l\1ar"hal-\\. K.! Thorn- twenty. and a home department" otseventyfive lalnesvllle" today, Friday and Sat Coffee f "oSu'? Pound can 49 cMaeatoI p, ,

_.!.: 1 --- ---- ton members There are urday. ir

Among liana attending the W. Fire Chief-H. C. Wall.N. I three officers und nine teachers In --- --- 1'
[,Mrs J. M, Alvare have ''I\[. U. Rally In Lawtey Saturdaywere N Thomas was appointed ,the school. The O. K.: H. will meet Monday Double I pkg. ,

llieir i Starki after a lako summer : Mesdames \,,", J. Kpperson eptclalpolice: oftlcer In connection The Woman's Missionary Union t evening at the Masonic hall 7:30: or Spaghetti Save a cents, lie l'

KlngHley cot C. A. ],night. J. H. Lord Jo'. A. with traffic( at the school ground ('resellled1IIKt\ encoiiruKliiK re- o'clock. All members urged to be ,

Peeler! Jan Shepurd \\'. II. Par Appointment of a city 'scavengerwas lorts by Mrs. H. I.\ Ilrownlee, present an Initiation of now memo .

:. IIrol\'1110 has i kins, U. \Alderman. (I. C. Whlto, deferred to the next meeting/ treasurer, and Mrs. J. II Lord, sea hers will .take place at thin mootUK. Sliced Rolled

Hi (ialnusvlllo:' rpturiiilsli with-, i 1'. M. Itarefoot, J. S. Butler, AliceLungtord Thero were three applications for etury. $278.25 has been contrlbifcd Bacon UreakfustCompound Per Pound 35ci.2

BIIH J. P. jrcpnwuy( O. J. the place: Aaron Mlnton, J. A. for missions, durlnx the past --
and daiiKhler.Mr
| .\ V Ciilllln, und MIsHos Blanche' Alder. Morgan. Oxcur Waters. year, also the sum of $27.: :!. 10 was Tlio TA.th. ;; ; ;; Baptist '

Long.Mrk ._, .111 Jul. I l n or. Aicruufliy) Lena )Jlello' The \\ly\ attorney ,'was Instructed/ ruined! ..for local: church woik. Mrs. hiinh. 'both. intermediate and C

A H. Crews* spent and Cli'o Shepard and Thclma and to take tbu necessary steps to got U I. W.. Alderman.; president, whoso Jllllior will meet ut the Hapttitliurili Lard < ; pounds 25c

I nul In MadlRon% with Mell.u. Silcox.111131E:1'IIMl. the street paving mutters cleared work Is much appreciated, has Monday afternoon at 4:00:

I MrI It u p. 'heck re-elncted for another term.There 1 lock.: Mrs. W. J. Kpporson will
Kelley ( : %d} 1),1Y I) The council adjourned to meet are three circles In the nn- iiivo charge of the IntormcdlatoH T>. JU\sl (:ratio

Mrs H I I.. Antes Mrs. October 16th, 1928. 1011. presided over by !Mrs..1. M, .'.IUI.IMn. J. H. Hundley charge of nice Blue' HOMC 4pounds24cNational
( and'IHII' There will bo u home coming irownluv, Mrs. 0.1'. Raymond und 'I the- juniors. All'members. ore re-

1 1511 ." ,'HOIH eral lert Hunif day ut the Long )Iralll'li Baptist Moth "Proofing" solutions! harebeen Mrs. A, M. Darby. Tho total u<- 'liieslod l td lo present at t this meeti '
.o days with clum-li und cemetery Sunday, Oct. wifely adrerllHed. Some are live memberHhlp( of thuso circles .". His.
Mi"1'"' I" Luke+ Worth decidedly. helpful but departmental Per Pound d 25c
1 lib. All memhers and the public hi about Ihlrty. Thrc-o hundrc-d --- --- Cokies AMrll
cordially Invited to be with us. entomologists have tested 110110 I'i,IT; (-111:11: IU':t'LIttI'MIc1.11111I'll : 1
and sixty visits were made lo the p
I" .1 I L. nUvrlll: lefti There will bo' dinner on tho1.I'OU11l18" lliat,' eoiii fully effective without HI: "H.\VK; .
and hundred and -
i llii-ir"" tacatloii. They Injuring !tlc-Je. )na twelve .
or subMtultcs
louvliigvpolsohous ----
visits In the Interest lit I oho 1'I1I1I'hhi9t '
nmtor' down the las II. h. Culler. Clerk.I I In the doth: This IK show. JuckHiinvllle Oct. G.--Hoclarlng LADY AI.ICKMwncy Ib 44c ,

'ng all IJI'Il"'H| of -Interest_ _h_'_,_____ ---- .----- .- IIIK year of unselfish it Intercut splendid In tlio hat( n tremendous effort was being Coffee back if not satisfied: .
) \HH.. Ot.NCj: of n uilu to swing the slate lo Hoover,
welfare) ot hprlt. In connection
United States Senator Duncan 11.l"IAtl'l'r .- tl'4ch IA ,
|d,l with limo W. M. U. there! Is limo Y. : '
Sirs .
J I |I'.j.; 'Kutch
and Violn H. Young, daughter of xultt today I but he "hud '
W. A. louder Mrs. G!. C. White the White Star
Theatre ;
hutch. Gaiety
j returned to tht'.r11'1,81111 \ Mi. and Mrs. IT. II. Young of lonrd >'f amid, observed Republican Sardines 5oz.can5cBest '
|/' | \ II. A.'H Leader JJrll.V.. J. ";Plmr- Hn1flkc m
Sunday after u Slurke, pawed' awayVedlllKday UTAItKK, o'I.A. activities but Micro Is 110 fear to
l Mr! mid Mrs. ''I, t. at the Went Surburban hospital. son; limo Junior G. A.'s Lender be entertained., + t' ,
Mime by1 Itepiodiico I'lpe Mrs. Hundley; tho) Kunbe.im's!
ChkUBO, III. ThedY\ was tar- Senator! Kleldier returned today

-- --- -- --.-. --- --- Ol'gllliI Leader, Miss JIIaiil'llU Aldcrinuii. ; from South Florida where,he has and 1 r'
ind I oho Itoyal Ambassadors, .boys' Line of Fruits Vegetables
-- Z5'uZ 4525'11252525252525255112525-'u 5Z525L 25z r- 'I'III'IIS.- I"'III. (..;oro I I.1U ruilei', Mrs. C. A. KnlKht.; been cniiiii| lgnliig.
Ait ciuiisTiM: l'IU'HaTH: ;: "South I Florida In! dlsciiSMlng: t two
floe II. Y. P. Unions! were reported

t L I W. C. Fields, Chester: by Lena llelle SlM'pnrd for Iiinrmedlate hliiKs right now," the senator
said. "One Is flood relief In the t
Conklin and Louise Fa- thu Junior";Union.amj}-Mrs.The Hayinond Intermod for Cverglades; and the other la the .M

i1. L *r national election., I've had to divide :
zenda late Union U contrlbntliiK $10.00(
Mine, and confer with an-
towards the support of Rev Dyul,
{ ACCOUNT 1.1"Tillic'sl'ullclurcd.' 1-lloodlHt in'some quarters. and
un aged and sick mlnlMter resldIIK -
meet with pro-Smith and Itoblnsonteoplo
In our UMfHirlatlon.The .
flHOwhoro, Fur t the liatlonil -
pnslor expreHsod upproclu-
/tomancc" ticket, everybody It seems Isagreed. SlOPES
ton of all t the departments, and also
/ They will curry )Florida,
Also of the plnntukliiK and rt-Kulnr "

I've:' you\ a Bank Account? II have not PiII 1..lIu'ull"I..1: ('oun'dySATUIIAY work i>l the choir, which\ under ill fight.
you .... the leadership of !Mr. John Powell, ";,
'J ------ contributes mUl'htll the helpfulness IK:(;ISTI\TIOV IJOOKH/ OPKI.: I Where. Satisfaction Is a Certainly f.1 I [ c H43MIIV ,, *;|fll
not know -
how independent 1 and happy p
) !
Oct. 13"Aflame : of the Sunday nervlres. I -- -
---- -
111 i feels to "l in the Dank" and After the bimlncHs was finished! Heglstiallon/ book of Bradford \ : ( ,H/ AWAY Long Joiiiney, never l to roturur .- .
ave Money light YOU
in the Sky" refreshments were served' oiinty will be open. .In limo voting! I r Royal Arcanum Bulletin. "r ,
I and a social hour was enjoyed by' .
''III' With precious' of the county from Sept. nehchllf.r- ; cull --
nice checking savings account. all. A c your might Mlurnl-1'orto Itlco air mall! ervlcn -
:3rd to Oct. 14lli for the
AN AM-i STAR CAST: -.---- purpose his wife and children, around him exported to start about Daceinber '
N.wN1oNNwoorwwHe ... of registering. electors In the No- "
A Ho : 'vembe elortlon. The and Kay. "I am going way. I 1C.Stuart '
following deputy Wife say*, "\Vh ru lire you going /: ('oiiHtriii-tlon will start I
ith' its burglar safe and( vaults the I l'atbcews. 'IIM'uIIOlull: I LAWTEYMm. : registration officers will serve ? How long are you going to '. .
proof ( / Noun on Martin ('Ullllt)" $1G.l1.)1)1)( ,
I ('ona'fIyM.TL'FM. K. 1':. Itarurr 'or .. In the districts named; stay"" courthouse 1

lies i the safest place idle funds -- ................. A.... arts. '"Don't know anything about
tomtit your N'o. I, Iawtey--. W. lob- --- -- ----
:, Mls. helms Dlnklns and Paulino No. :S:, Starke north,.-Hay New. "

)nt hide them in a'hole, box or trunk ate BENNETT Walker upeht the weekend at Hun- sum. away.Wife nay, "But! John, we have YOU CAN CJKT. IN STAHKKRvplacemcnt "

net)1. .:No.3.: : Starke Mouth--.J. W. Morgan Y
(!, "here it t.ti be lost stolen by'/some -. In. Mr,. L. H. ,Hill spent Saturday I no groceries! und nothing else In I II for all klndd/ of '.
ay or I In ( the house to eat the fuel IM nearly !I
"The Devil's TradeNark" Jacksonville.Her. No. 4, tiraliam. C. II. Robert. ''
I I I !gone and the rent will noon b" due eye glasses, Including spectacle
and Mri. Jumenson and No. 6. .
hvatching.yoa Hampton-- V. Jones.No. .
deposit it in a good, I and you have been nick ami out of ,
t. 1 daaghtem, arrived last week :.: II, ThercMsu-Mr J. N, frame temples and screws.
; work so long that we have spent
Hank. : Also I'athe ,Comedy I Three[ are 'lor8fed. at the Methodist Ul -kerson'. our money und have not a dollar rimUnlili' / IIIK! ,t'l'Mk ltcNiirlii| "' '
No.' 7. New I Itlver-M. I... Johoa.: i
!o"" a'
., I "Mru; E. In (the bank. uN DiiKiuvlng.We : I .
K Burnt-y spent several. No. N, lirooker -O. II. Colson. < / I
1 "Can't help 'Iliat, he nays; "I '
'I days In
acVsonrllle last week
.?';.1. .. .. I .- W.ri. OCT: i7MAYMcAVOY with ,her parents. Klder; and Mrs. 9-14-51-10-12 am going away, and you and the have for sale Jewerly, 8 8wall'll..lt. .

H. V. Skipper -- thlldren will hare to do the bent cut glass, silverware

' BANK ir I Mr. and :Mr, C. Y. Mayo and you can"
children moved. to Tampa last lie rails the children, kisses alarm clocks: : eye gUssvs, etc. '

in y4r ,'week. r J them good-bye und leaves them. 'Iltrill'" 1.1..rid.

; Mr. and Mr\ *. Kd. Carpenter of Say it with Flowers What would you think of inch a .I'KOVUT, SKUVICK.= AND )1
C man and what would do? Yon
LittleSnob"I PaJatka you
I were' (guests of Mr. and
Flower For All would think him a criminal and I '
.1 OFHONOll BANK With ', Mrs. W. E. Torode Saturday. SA TISI"ACTIOSWI11.
take *tep* to have him brought
rt I Mr and Mrs. Zack Roberts and I Occasions
.*" 'v. ; c' 1. Alec Frantle"lloberlFrazier Mrs Geo. A, (Uardlner were guests back and made to support and pro.vide
.C his ILIFFEJeweler
for family, wouldn't ? J.
of Mr. Jeff Roberta Sunday. you .
Matthews\ Pres.v '.11. J. Davis-Cashier Dr. I him would be considered a cllugrace
', Karl Roberta of at.' Vincent Gertrude Godbe/ >
.,' .,. hospital. Jacksonville! was flatting I! and 'an Insult& to ,ool ty and be and

'. t -- relative la Lawtey Sunday.Mr. Anderson resented by every respectable rltl-

t. TWO HHVH ".'1'." r Jeff Roberta had as his leD In the community, wouldn't It? Expert; Watchmaker d '

7I3 and Ml.1 I'. M. bonne guests Sunday, Mr and Mr. Yet there -are hundred of men ,
Cware Roberta of Jacksonville Phon If Waldo na. every day who leave their dependent I, Murkr, .Ha.NVxt .

1 Mr.. nilrrr of 111,1<1 win and I>r. one, Just that way unprovided (I Soar l 1/1 Kit-mil; 1'rcNxlnir Co. s
,for amid uucnrc-il fur and KO c.n I that j I



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y Psi 9 # Btt t ifF A15FnT111 rotrvtY 'nf.F.r.n.'PII.: FlT\1'tKF. FLORIDA 4 --..-. _--_-/ --._-__-_--. FTITnkr r
y -' __ --- I -
woifld ''ire'RRtCAVIui! i .u1' 5f.IV
.. MHut'tr.'l'Tft.4f. appointment If yon are in favor In favor of IToover. wVnt" SPesehe, hv
----- --- -- EAHtID.f )
.-.- InO'Jon: : posit lft
vpr '
:- -- : ': .... -- ---: : I do* ,HOO III eIul(
= ('().r.Kr.Kni: >Kr: .T nxmv.v:! of the nO-t'llJ1ecr'antilynch law If you annnal
In favor'of social equality A Klrst I would1 affllllatd with slate rOIIe..f) vntF
you are Then I would, West Palm lJ(>acl1. Oct 8.-ReUef n) .
banquet, 'j
the Republican ,
electors ,
tht'n'otA for"the Republican w II (1)0
Farmers & Farming Calnesville.: Fla.-That the College ; otherwise vote the\ doilare myself for Hoover but under that the total .number of rleaifi'li .. ') +
: of AgrhulT. of the University electors. no <'I rr u instances would I call the recent Lake Okef>chob'ee IheVi'"H I '.'
Is well known or Hood, will not exceed t,800'was al i I ; sllnnuro i
of )Florida Q. tn' your opinion what Is tier.inr' mynelf u Hoover Democrat. w> an ex- AIIM''," 'un, ,I/Inz ,|
j lly Agricultural Editor) that' the postal. service in quite efficient I J ? In vote a Republican ticket A pressed today by Dr, Stuart O. lands .alanR. ,, \ '

. .. Is. shown by the fact that t HIM! I A. Swearing to n falsehood Hoover Democrat. IH a Republican Thompson, chief of the state board I the. )'Iorhl<< hdudgtkn:WitII- IM'
recently received a "letter of health bureau1 of vital'statistics Hhorll
College; who IH ashamed of his party. )
+ t Qi: A* a registered Democrat of "unit 1 rbank\
farmer* and Trucker Are Invited to Contribute Article from Mexico atUfressed simply to the state or Florida do you consldef ---. ---a--- who now Is In the Kvergloden: area program ,II,,?' ''II
bound' I "The Agricultural/ College: Flor- st.t'F'RF.i: !i{ compiling 'a n official death lint,, ttSW
of Farm Esperienfey and Methods : ..,. that you would. be guilty of Alii HTOKM izarion'Kathorln.T3
which will show all the known
'y 111' to ida Ihs crime" of perjury should you announced- here, h. ,1
To Be I halt Suited Our Country r-
I This Icier was sent by a man vote for the Republican presidential Members o'f' the: home demonstration dead with a checkup on' personslisted state 'lA41, ,,, ,It .|
( missing. Tht* list will be laI
.- ."'-- -- ....-. ... .. -.=-= '.--.''=::::.::::::''---. alna.' electors' In theNovflmbt'r- .election club In Da'de county hay* j1rp/l'"i-vl'tt as art'a stats'reeord. cation
'- --- -- --
( ? net themselves) at work making I articles 1 ...
MANY olumn PI.t EI: ) I ITIfllll'MTH: C1IVKHIGHiST : "some 1 1 r. or morn years ago I re-I A. Certainly of clothing from flour sacks .---'-'----- FruliLake Prods,".' -

; Fun HIKI: or VKTCIF"M : YIKMV IV reived! by round-about ways Dome Q. If yon voted In the Democratic for the use of rpfilp'PA,; In Palm Ral'tow.IO be center'or' new pec-. hfO"dllllll""o frna,." 0.
V.tltlRTV TR 4'r WOHKCnliienvlll from an experiment station tilt Industry. V.a
( ,
1D: AC"H'l'ltl.\S J'R\N In Florida. fr cannot" remember .. primary election and do not Ilcach county. 'IWarfy articles: have L'' ,...-+.,... .- .Alfrivt
-- tile election1 already been mad and sent to '
iV vote at all In "general
14: +f Winter ('0"1' Croft;:---. Will- llo CrownHy I \ < Fla.---Oat variety( nor where have,' I t the any' IItntlnrt-way here wn"of located look-.] I(I In November,,what would you consider Went Palm Reach and hundred-1-* i. -- --.-.-

t1I teals condiirteii nr the Florida Experiment yourself more are now under construction,
j rarnier. In VffHtIliirldn the
: ktwvtrlng'
Holy/ It of
ktR' or
up Norton
Slatlor) for the J27-28! I A. A slacker.Q. according. to Mils Pansy I II .
; Till Year.r 'Agricultural", College u. I am
of Dade
Home-demonstration agent I
Hen.10 11 Indicate that FulRhi; I I" tHitt'thtiwlir On tit.olh..1' hand IIhOIlI.Ii"Ot
therefore' taking; a chance I I
/r -- beat fldnpled' to Florida conditions hare voted, in the Democratic. county.
hI'r le4't : reach the right!: spot. I '
p / <',ft4ne vlll<' FIR. West Florida The highest; yield was 18.fi/ bushel msletter", dt\ reach I the right\ primary ln> June and thenIn- the S .' BADLEy'FERTILIZERS"A

farmer i ore beginning to "get, per acre; and was made from seed spot and the Information 1'1..* dr-! 'general election you vote for thtItepnbilrait ,.1VOTMKU IJRKAK_ IS ,,

i IntofpHlprf. In growing vetch and
Austrfuri pen. according to report The second. highest yield rwasmade Florida Experiment Station. I what, would you then be? I RO.tD'tln': ': MKRCITTTnllnhRfwee. : :

from county agents'; Demonstration by Colter's' 1'edlgreed; Fulg I ; II I I II
,4 ,: A. First, a deserter: second aRepublican.
; nndncted, by several county hum, which agve li.fi-! bushels. I Oct 8Another'break .
.t GOOtr'itOVIDER; .
t t I agent! last] year are responsible: for Other yields. were: Appier" or Has I I Q. Con' Democrat vote. a Republican in State Road No. 1 wow reported
---- I
: much of tills Interest, It In believed lings Hundred Bushel, It.67 bushels -- to the State Road Department A QUALITY"No
Here Is. told by Mrs Bet- !! ticket or a republican .
a story 1
the + by agricultural extension omelala.r' ; Texas Red Rust Proof, 8.02 tithe morning when Chair-
tie Candle' ; home< agent of Holmes'' I vote a Democratic ticket ,either
I.. >. i>, Ilu-dMon, county agent", of bushels; Kurt, 5.6f bushels., man Fons" A. Hathaway wan notified .
Mrs nIf.!\ RarlliPRIIot'\ state or national? ,
I Santa: Roma. county)/ report!' that Tint' tents were. made' 0'. the Experiment county: that the waters of Lake.Lontt. Delays-Immediate Service
,l)acfy, Flerldsrcanned 5<>9 quarts A. Only an a Chrlstaln would I
211 during September hajield a series Station farm and conducted ,about seven 1 mile\? went of Lake
of vegetables from her" garden this crucify C.nrlftt, a* a Prohibitionistwould when you order Bradle/s
t1. of meeting, using! vetch! slide to by the agronomy depart : City, had risen' Jo a depth'of fifteen Fertilizer!!
besides selling $19.IM'' > worth make, sell and use Intoxicating' I
4 : n showtbSrbsnefrinl> effefls of'Itrow- ment. Thesoil Itr' a "gravely phaseof year, richest over the road. and It was Local warehouse! stocks assure
Mrs ITurgean has l.T: members. In I liquors,, as a true I w'abld.- ,
ing" this winter cover crop As a Norfolk Handy loam. i feared that trainee between Tallahassee
her family and served them fresh ing.: Rod fearing citizen of the prompt ." 'Start now withBradles.
result! several.. 1 farmers will plant Oats should be planted In FlorIda '' and Jacksonville would
the table 1381 times United? State) would commit murder '
vetch thin fall for the first time, between, October 15 and November vegetables again have to be detoured by.Quit- Get more profit fromevery
the arson/ and rape; In other
''i, 73 he nay. 15, declares Mr Stokes. year.. ,word H'a an Impossibility.Q. man and Valdosta. dollar spent for fertilizer

; Ion WatililnRton county 25 farmer Later plantings are almost certainto I One of the methods by which theDellarllll..n" Late this afternoon Dr. Hathaway ,
l, i'i'f, give smaller yields.1 The Ful Can a true God-fearing, authorized the statement that
have- purchased cooperatively ",- of Aglrculture; hopesto I J: W. White & Son G. w.
nearly 4,200 pound] of AiiHtrlan ghum Is 10 days to two weeks earlier control the ravages; of the Japanese I law-aMdlng. American- citizen a fourteen-mile detour around the'I ,. ,. Roberts

u ; il peas nays' fliis York, (county agent; than the Texas! varieties! ; according beetle, thw 'orn' borer and.change from the Republican' ) party lake has been, found. which Is a Starke Lawtey
to W. I K. Stokes agronomlst. :to the Democratic party or vlce- and traffic will i i t-Aathol'l7.l"l' ".\ .\ QUALITY "
,, Mont of the farmers are planting other Imported Insect pests IH !' high dry sand road PetUizer

ty ,, t! I about live acres each he say, lhls' variety Is also| fully through tire Importation of Insect ,versa ;be detoured by that route tempo '

These, farmers decided to plant as resistant'. to rust, says !Mr\ 'enemies of- the destructive pests, I A. Certainly, bu this should be rarily. Meantime, department cl1lel'S.

the pea and bought the Heed. without Stokes As a rule when Imported insects 'done before you cant. your vote In la constructing a temporary bridge i
A rally or campaign of any )Experiments cmidticted) by the 'reveal themselves Its extremely de-I,the primary elections and not af 'over' the pavement at that point

kliMt, declare the' agent. lie ascribe agronomy dpartm !nt Indicate Mtrurtlve' It Is because conditions terwards.Q. similar to the one which was placed .

*: the! Interest to a trip- made that It frequently'! pays'! to1' give oats Iw the United !States' are more favorable I Are you ashamed' that. you last week at Gum Slough east Look for this f'4" It it

pa I i ', lo a demonstration started last u top dressing of 75 to 100 pounds than I tar the land from which I are a Democrat"? of Live Oak. It Is Is expected that beat on the back yourtuaranm
of some readily "soluble, nitrogenous A. No, on the oilier hand I am be finished In two
the will
,1I b yrar.a they\ r'aine, and this Is frequently I bridge of bag 4t of
proud of
It. quality
Considerably more than 100 fertilizer such as nitrate of doe to the fact that Insect pnrastter or three days. .

""Y, acres will hir. planted to these. two soda or sulphate' ammonia. Colton : of the destroyers were not Q. Should the choice be be- 1
1' t tween the' two candidates and not Fort Pierce.*- Work started
seed meal did not when I
crops In Walton county according imported) with> them.
on' party principle/ and you chose drddgfng In' turning1 basin here .
I r to Mitchell Wllklns. county agent. used as a top dressing.I1.lt11N.tTi e. .
KlvV meeting were held In September CBI-H', KOIIOILuwHy 1
; : .\%.\ l/w
; 1 1 and many farmer decided -
.\M u HKDl'CK: I.OSHKS Flu. Oct. 8th 19!)28 ,
s;, : to try a few acres of the cover ( ,
crops Orders nr-o' Blill coming In Bradford County Telegraph.Htnrke .

ti- i'i I for se'>d.. he Ilo>elor"f{. -- ,' ]Florida- I I If '.
Fire Is a mighty fine thing when I- t
If I culled on to gay what
U a County Agent K. P. Scott, of was
It ls where and need Itbut fI
want ,
I Jackson county, spent" a good; part you crop htUllt) to put Bradford conn I
} It U anything but good whet
of the mouth working with farmers tl'I1th' map In the shortest time, t ,
u'4 nf threw counties-' the Interest. It Is whereIt Is not wanted and I would say plant Satsuma orange; j ,
and should not be.; The week beginning .
of I these crops.( After spending( I a trees. S y
October. 7 Is designated as I would advise.. each farmer I that
*4 week 111 his own county taking orders
r for seeir. ha went Okulnosa lire prevention wenk In a procla ronNt. to- plant from one to ten OF
t I
d1 ,, ,r ; and. Sailfu!' Ilo8ii l'Ollnll"H I and usclsted motion by' President Coolidge, andfarmers more acresso that ,w.."would he j fV
"I r should give attention to
'N 4 1 i't' 4' the agents III these I'IIIIIIIIAII I : able to- ship In car lots.Titers /

; 1 a In brhiKlHg! the matter before theirJefferson Mils mailer the same as-city. dwtl Is!' no question- my mInd C.' ie ( /

t farrnerw.l lens as lo I ho' results to be derive I .

l county farmers are also It Is estimated that .10 per cent from (the planting of these trees. 1c pJ

,, or more of the Nation's 1027 fire I sirre t that they can be
r'' Inns ocnrred nn farm. In checkIng '
v winter cover crops, County grown( hero successfnlly/. /, from
rt iYe I Agfstt'I'r.! II Flnlayson tins received the figures for: 1927 with I those my experience with a few trees I .

w M ; nrders'to? approximately :M.oot) for 1926! the following Hlgnlllonn; plunged, In the spring of '1926.; I ; 4I

pounds of need\ according to u late.. fuels urn' revealed. The total an- have" around 71V1 bearing trees with

1 S i.. report from him. mini fire loss In' 1025 was place an estlabile nf about 4,000orange) ;
y at $')7oooo.nno; of ttiu $1501100e0n'oceured'on / ,. I
.t ''c Farmers of Madison county are on I them now.
farms: The' total + t9f
/ Would be Kind to have am
keeping step and have )placed order ; any

: / "* for GOO pound vetch seed, and lire loss In 1I27!. Is placed at cometo- hawtey and !look tht'lmOVPI' ...

'j.. ; 200 pound: Austrian'' peas to l hM !47rr.nooooi> of this IIRO.OOO.- .

'' i sown during October, says II. 10. 000 occurred' on- farms. Mn 1925 I would not advise any one to $
t n.500 people lost their lives, In I $ t .
take advice altogether 1 but
'Lawton county agent; my ) w .aw
( fur in flres' ; In l')27') .t.Rnn more and will me to Marlannn Ij II I
--- --- -- come go A
F people lost their. lives. In farn QqN
lth where
NIaV ,ums'r4 S.UII'; ) on November and ; a
! I FOR TWO f'UISTUI-i! : na'f'M.Th rh-ere' H' tobe a Satsuma Festival ,
,," we see that while the fire .
the. largest Satsuma Orange
--- -- at
'i ; 8 lass! In cities has' been reduced by 1b You con buy this SAfE motor M by
)+ (Oalnesvllle, FIa- Carroll II.Magoon [. grove" to found lit the world. There II'
1 commercial ponltryman $95.000,000! ) In two years' the fire WK .could get firs' hand Information Tpq eM quart vt any Fan-Am'stctioni, orS

of Illanlon Pasco (county has been I loss' on farms has been reducet, nf planting trees' ,.. tultivatlngfertilising 0 in8 hwdyv- and .ona-gaUon

..1. I % 4 appointed. anslntant county agentof not nt all. spraying\ together1 with e tin "lawn h.,...

of Duval county and will begin The .principal causes of fires' on tlltl''yl.-Ilt to'' b..r expected from year l

I work IIII lf'd lalply. Mr. Magoon; farms, as listed by the UnitedStaten to year and price to> expect. .-.. "

j will nHAiimn the duties of poultry Department of Agriculture, I have been advised that they .

? u specialist, au eedln< It. n. Lanadeil \ are spontaneous combustion of hay net' as muchns. not to..? $800 per

resigned The new agent.. and other agriculturalproducts, acre when grove Is from 8 to 10

}t fa spent five yearn at the Rhode lightning, defective" chimneys and years. old.
I flues, careless use of matches and] nice along the OIL
s, Inland Experiment Station, nerving A few groves M-OTtOll
'? smoking, combustible roofs, careless -
the capacity of ponltryman.; highway would III'rt'RIIA.la"d valves -

} For the past 11 yearn he has been use and storage of gasoline $25.00 per a'reIn a few. years

((1 j lY engaged' In commercial poultry and kerosene and faulty wiring lint would be the best paying crop

i farming In Florida installations and Improper use of figuring' / cost of production ever

Another change In the county electrical appliances. ,grown. In Bradford county. t ''

agent U that of K.: P. Scott, who la Many( of these. causes can be Com on end let's I
Q ] '
I ( county leaving agent Jackson; in county Kscambln to become county. eliminated buildings can and be thus given. our a own measure farm J. H. Moore. ., '

of We should 1
protection from fires.
He Is succeeding Wlngate Green, -
not neglect; a thing of this kind. .
1 resigned. No agent has been selected [ ltI.'Or? .\ Imlf'n.TQ. : ? : ...:,' ....... ; :"::' .,-lio : .. '-.
n ?f, i for Jackson county at this. The first carload of grapefruit to II ..+ : '. '. o! ", : '; ,,1, .

g f time. be shipped from the state this d 'lfn d
Are you a Democrat\ starts n
? 2i More than 11 billion bottles ofnonalcoholic year rolled from Terra Cela Islandon .ergr .
o'p September 14, according to Leo A. 1 am.
I beverages art consumed Q When did.. you become a
H. Wilson
county agent.
k a' In ther United !States' .. each I Democrat

year. It In estimated that Into During the month of September A. When r joined that party refining >, ,'-tf;. crGci.t, srailar: in all respects to those set up
these beverages go: 250,000 tons of '19T) were-treated for
hogs preven by registering as a Democrat.Q. CAREFUL

i. i sugar,. 5.000,000 pounds of artificial of fruit tion of cholera by County 'Agent What makes you a' Democrat : But rv"'r.t'.i1Q+ : {oil i n by the leading,automotive engineers
acid 0.000 pounds
1 N, J. Albritton, In Levy county. r

.1'8101'4 1,000,000!) gallons of flavor. A. My oath and obligation.Q. be tougher or Iong'wetr'ira3" aa: the ;ideal \hibricant for mndrrnIt'nV

ing extract, and 400,000,000 gallons / Clew listen Southern Sugar Co.rrectlng .. Did you take an oath when. ) ; ''*.:r'I", '' :

of carbonated water. large o mill here you registered for the Democratic the crude petroleut from which it : motors.. .

primary? .
()'r t'l'1 A. I did. : is refined.
N>ofe In hMrhy oven that thw fnlnt 1 lowing. doKorlbril 1 lands l will I>.. sold I Fill up, today, at the first Pan-Am
public mioUou on the tli'Ht Monde y In November.; lit! !*. It being the 6thIIH Q. What was that oath ,
day of .unit month l before the courth > Door at St rke. In Bradford A. That the answers to certain dealer has t
county, mat of Florida, or to.> muo h thereof. itn well b. necessary to pay 'were true. I That is why only pure paraCEn-oaBe station you see. Every
the amount due for taxes n.t oppofll le the same. tovothrr with the runt questions
S' 'of such nu.lv und niivertlHlnc.Dmvrlptlon t'. A. KUTCIf. Tax. Collector Q. What were those questions prepared chart
about crudes are used inmakingPartt.e t scientifically
', are. T, '1. .1 t)..See A ('1,515 I
?..... A. My age, place of bjrth. resl- i Am Motor Oil. For nature has showing just the riglit grud
rot | Block 1 Original deuce In county and state and par :
.____ 2S 8 23: M. ;M. Morgan __nO ----f 3.43
I.nto3 Block 1 Original ty affiliations. : g'iventhiskirldlofpctroleumez- oCPan-Antl\lotorOil to protectyour
4 ? Town: JS! $ 23: Mrs. F.lvlnu Morgan "U 8.SS Q. Does that'oath put'' you under '
{ ... .' t t.n,rir 10 Bloik "i 1w'T.: I
.' Add, ...-.._- X24: (ft I 23 P. j; Pearce _-__.___.__- 33.06 obligations! to support the j ceptional qualities It produces car.amotoroilthatnootlyertypecan .
IVw. -,.. _-,_ ,3: $ a 2J Democratic ticket In full, both
1 a 'k( Lots 8 11 U:T. & Co*: J.lvln..t'onTrully: A Co... 6.31 tate and national or can you vote r t t

=. ,. ,,,,,, ,., ,, he Democratic state ticket and tnditith
1 alalpTHIHIIIIIII..aIIII.IIIIIIl. 'i'''''IKIllllll'' ''n''OIUlll.l"iii Inuit' 'J i "MM"n' II i"n'"11'*''riiiiiKHiini'' 'HmmiHHiitiiiiHfliyimHMMUiiwitw' '''' '''''' '' '' '''/' urtH''awHiHnttimiirtt' '''''' '' '' 'm nifiiwANTISMITH Th PanAm.lgnMy..youedne
DEMOCRATIC CLUB the Republican national ticket? equal' in safety and long wear. .
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I BRADFORD COUNTY A. I am under ,obligations to confidence "here It I I. only
support the Democratic ticket both

l r 1 Rev. L..SV..Kickliter, Chm. E. K. Ferryman, Secjr.: t state and national a.- I have aworn The qualities of Pan-Am are sued to dealers oj proved nli4biUty.

'; 91 : J. T.: Quigley, vice-chm. L. D. Green, treas. | that I affiliated with the Demttratlc .
( party and If* an impossljolllkal 0 !
party at the same time.Q. .

r t I k 1:30 O'CLOCKSee i In the coming election. Is It Pan.c.Ame.rican: Petroleum Corporation

secretary for enrollment card or sign below" and a question of which man wilt make ,

us the best president or Is It a
I bring or mail to him. question of party principles. Alto JJuriitttartofK.jp/aMCtifiJt, SEMOAC auto polish. and SUPERLA.PAG eradl'te

Name __ _____-__ '' .- Date __-_________... ., A. Strictly party principles. If
t you favor the principles as laid

+ i t d Route _*_-_._ P. 0.II1HJHT .. ____________:.-_________ 1 down by the Republican party. If .J ,
; ,"," 1 ,.. ,, ' """ "" ''_" '' I II Iul you are. la favor of teltlar federal .. .. .. -
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TRAIN MCJiI.JL'LE wi4k Churrli dtrer.. 810 f*.l.'r thence ",.un,",. Florida. .pon deiioxlt' of aI lature of Speclnl' and Local Laws
) .inlii-rly n lnf. of heIuln' +nf. 'I .*r., OF WEST I ECT ctlvo July ICth. trniOH will I tA l>. 14 iN lfIPli', I ( ArctHMtcV lICkS check wlU ho and shall .lir ,.1..111..11 no the ele-. -
Knvetnl Bfnuter In i"ham-ei'v" nxheii and tlO.nn will lie deducted torn nf ills Htnte of Florida for npprovul -

Your Vote run an follows : .\. 8 CI1KWH.Solicitor I for u"i. of "nld pin ume nnd') I Iv la lire .< or n-Jci'tliin nt the next ""n-
for '40.10' will In- rntnt ..1! I ii> "ri.nl rnftor arch Hll-cl"tin.. .nf IlipreHenlatlvex inb !
TO 1 No.1. Soutlilioiiml lornl. due l'on'jaal".nt.11. ..:'- i -3. 1 uimnflhnir n horn Hilo hid' an date nt held 041 lb* llmt 1'iujula.y attn

GOES OUT 10:45 1-- npenliifr or, upon return, of saId plniiM HIP llrnl, McindjiN In Novemrirr, A. "H1HS. .
Starkc : p. m. ------- -- -- .
; within .1 day. upon Inxpeetlnn. .nddviNlon Tluu IH tn .i"v. that Herltou 4
And Your Radio N It, rinntMmiind I brat, duo 1I '.V".l 01' "I" s t. merit ,itH not ,in bM nfiiT daponlt of 21 of article ITt of the ('..n"'IIonnt i
0 I II'IY day after *a(" hereof on <:.((1.nil Him delIvery nf "In.n. OthevM the NMkie i.f Fluirliilt! shell hnmended .

SMITH Stnrfctk 11:23 a. si. t." : the J.1n ,reT" nf November.l .. |lee full I I ninoiint of sit Id check will 10 rend n- f..llow. -.
: I time iiaderaUrned AdiuJnla.tnitof lie, IInrr.... IX (alluv- put In a "Section 21. In..11 cases enumernted /. )
N_ 3, Northbound] lopal 1 due of the .:.,.t..t ..1. Wntten, hIt on tate t mentioned'elliti lip fh\ preci-rtln-f ".... mi>. .. ,

Your vote will not make you a king. But It will. If used l'Itelllll.ntlIlv. ), Stnrko 1:2t .. m. nl.lo ei-eai.<.<.A.will flnntl'ner apuly, ,t.fVinnrv 1..r-1 to !h. aecnmpnnleil with n.ceitinoi 'III VM Hlinll bn Mrenernl nnd 01 i.nl. fO j
form oiu-valliMi I 11I""III"It"l.It I ili "stole,
Throng ClUes t to Take ye"-rlahtl! and privileges which you do not now snjAy.Yeur No. 12, nortMmnnd local dUE' nf Bradford.0. County Florida JI"I"i,' ch_H: In the xnni nf |2.- but In nil ".eas not .numerated' or .
-,011.011.) ) pnyiilile to I II.I H. WlirnrhiK, ,
rmers vote, with the votes of fellow citizen*, can bring about prenont mv vnnrliern and hoot nrotMint ....pt.,* In. thnr .ei-Hon. the f.e.li.- &"
yeur .
Starkn 3:011: p. m.No. aa h A4ntnh'trutl.oe and nekfor i peretary Honril of Public ln trur- .. 3 'M4 '
local lawn
part in EnthusiasticOvations. conditions which win make your home a happier one. It can enable yow* U'Ithhftnt limited dun their aityrovnt. and. mv dlxrhnrae.TKI ) lost.. unniinleil Hrndfonl. County, aloo to hnH except lot. rna-y n. now PI.HN or RI"dal lucre or after otherwlM .1'

children to get a better educstlen. a better chance In life. You can use Hint "A1 of Hentember, IftJI, with n letter from RIn"IhllllInlol provided I III I tie flonstit! Ut Ion ; .' ittPvevkIu'd
pi. m. Company Kralln-r the liliblerVniilit i i
Starke 1:29 ir. r flatten, ; Kiieclnl
: 'rbu.t
.' %It, with ether sr-slghtd| men and women, to shorten your working No. 109 Hoctbboun4 limited duStarke ,\"ml.IM. mt* of t. U'.1 be bonded ffi ..lot work for lull Mmll bn II...ae... nnleHH ar notice nfMlvc ,

hours, to Increase your Income to decrease the cest of living. You can 5:44: p. m. flatten, d""IRR..I."H.O.n.I" slush inn per work.cent Chechto ot contract hi> 1 iiul.ime returned fur Intention t. apply" therefor .hn II -

PROMISES IMMEDIATE make It bring you- the ful< value of your crops. Wanne*> lOt IvnvM or tn th<* nnmicevnolnt blditeri. Immeir-I have ,., pnl>U.hcd In hue calltv.
n1lnfI-Nf. JO'r'F F'.FfIO' where Ihe nmtter or timing tn he nffocteit
in ts'lv. ii nd) beck of the NiicceHxtitl
FARM RELIEF As a voter, you are today In an advantageous position. By turning Starke 6:30: ( a. m.: 102 ar- t bidder rosisIncl, for 7(1 drtyp tin .llnwKlRiilna may, h* eltunted which notice .

AND REAL the dial on- your radio set. youesn bring Into your own living roem. the ,I"Jve ZJtt "n R"frd ( nIuntyH, : of cnnirnct nnd flUnar of whiH 511)10 i law.the mibMtnnce nndhull he of the published conlemplnted -. .\ ,

volets-and the .opfnions? and experience the Nation's most distinguished 1. m.T.. J. Ortffln. tbf. Ih.L".t J.'lorll.: reined bond, with I bidder lot l'l) fail hunril.li"it .should i.l ro'jtrnctwltli I !h* a'> at leimo tltlrty "day prior lo Ihe '

al Omaha, where Ia sjp.akrs, thtakera and legislators. You can hear them dlscuse 1 He It k..wn rlmt I. ,.. Plav CVnword. HiiM lionrd, within I lo rn dnva afiettnotllled I 1n I."olllll'l\| Into 111* itl-l"tiire of '. '
Starting of tlx State ._It MU, aait In I liii. manner lo he
( of State
made a In"ter t ansi fnll I tn punt tint; ? within
be the candidates and the csmpalgnIssues.. 1..t"ry '.
han' peech A.ad-Cnllrft awardedtar nf .hv wive notice Putt In ilnva thereafter ciml from C'hecKno I' provided I bv law.1.r.I: evidence thntMuch.
naIyI I- It the farm I"8"0"- Yea will want to knew why so many eminent business men, educator Frt 0 IMVW parking K llKNTlKAIt B1.KCTH1N will )* h.lIIn :: 1 swing through farm Ilru. Hrwdfonl Conner, HHiifi" of Plnrliln I forfeited lo mild hoard hn eatmlillMlicd In I the I.eKlHlnture
Smith's *, soelal workers labor Issders and experts are nn llri.liUlnliil
VtflF philanthropists hOIAf for Preen Rlvr Packing Co.rtTirn on Tneediiv next pur'ceetllna th. n>, .tMondnv :I i ,l a hunger, I hut I I xnld c-n a Ii willbe Iwfora Such lull| | shall bn I>H-.K M| hvhovlnir '
West on M" .first .peaking" trip breaking party ties to help eleot "the most constructive, fearless, honest In November A. It. Ill)If.Ihe La I ts r Ii p.1 I to Milder, )in mutes!Li ely nHUIavIt or prnof of pnhll t

.wnpalxa waa-otta conUnued and human csnifidato ttnc Lincoln." unld Tnemlny rirllittfllie Sixth. t'nyof n|io n fiilllllmcnt, of nil above cnudlIlitnw. : Cal ion al) Inched tn the propound hill J
\ In Introduced pit Ii.op
tile I when the suniut '
IIrosrlSfl.I You will want to know-and he wants you to know-his record and Sw."h..r. i branch I of the Igielatsrc. and i
,PlphuJ ntnte Senator from
For Knlteit .
I omaha) be lined bimseltarof hi. pled,s on the Issues which are of vital Importance to you-such : Tn rlrrnlt rnlrr. Twentv-Sltth ..Tnilel the Stale of .I.ln. for nix .yciir- of I'nxHtMt H"I't.| | .\nml. i.". ndonteil ll! ". rhlx I 1,1th slay proof which of curb publication nllldavlt shall"must b*l 1'1I1..r.I' UI lug :I

side by ')Ide with the issues .. farm relief, the tariff labor legislation; educational reforms, l (|.-."' Bradforrt (.I"ty., from Morn 4. I93V.! I,. "'. KICKT.ITKIl.: .
the Florida. In f'hA n'pry. For Six'(A) President l ICIeptnre. I 'his It man, ed in -ill uixm ta* Journals of lhSenate -
himself. to set
lI.r Dledglng: lite correction- laws which cannot be enforced.A Mir. AfiMi frvn.. .uIn,4 hv For Kenreeenrn-rlx ol the rVrnndConrreHflonal I II.1.. winntNs.Sniierlniondcnt. arid tif the lloilxu of Uepre I -

i. square deal. At Oklftntv glgantie radio hook-up has been arranged to give you that Info. A. S. ('r..w. her himlmni, suit Dtotrlot' of time SPate i floor of ruhllcInxt sentttVe., which entries shall Im I ,

1J1fr days later withalp11l1l8& six times each week, will ,come ..l frloml. .f .' 1 I.:: *".Heventv-Hri-r r'wngr I ,ruction fur tho t I'minfy lerr fallow th@ journal cr'rvHhowlim \Ii'
two mation. From radio stations .i.I.I.
11I3 saerea e "ona.lalntnt. bo Cnlteil. MI....' find, Suite of Florida.Ml'l'lt 'Ii* Introduction nf the bill ,i i'
] and thanks _of the Informative talks whiah, will acquaint you fully with the tremendous va. nf Flor 9.2l-Iit-ln.I9 I .Kravld- however, no publication of I '
For or the State "
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W. f\ al.ner.n.iuant' I.
Colo. t..rn.r -- any, IUl'u.pef'la'\ law IH r iiilredhereunder -
on art sltfen hand r"o"K" | iff
ant mil rising ejuestona tohe determined by this election. ida. when suth l ..

mill characteristic vigor.otlrae These radio stations are listed below. Th. sahedul will be toll\tw.4 Nollre tw .\pprnr. Iul *. Quiet .1 For Serretrtry of Slnte' of f the Stat. :M i OF ItI..' I,id 1 al law enntalnM n r"I.I' ur tn upe the' t

to the Issue of re- until election day. CUT OUT THE LIST. KEEP IT NEAR YOUR Till. .: 4 1"i'nvItt.Attorney" Oenernl of State 'effect that I Ibo xnma dhull I not beiinmanneratlvnnr :. '
j ..r t.. '
To Oeoraro AV Cole. Ro"ort O. eRevtlvn until the eatneli4M ,
Otis tolerance.Jit RADIO. BE SURE TO LISTEN IN. Know what.you are voting for.Farmers Cole. rr.i>k Walls, Irfiehr yawAugust Kirn,. of For' Comptroller lf the fcliitw-, .t Thin Itonrd of rublln In..trll..tf nf been vutlDHil or nptirovcd bv n.ni'ilnrHy i1'{ :'

onvei he attacked the con- 1. Von Klrl his' wlfn: AnaT- Ploelubue. I n'.lrorll.ollnIY.' I FlorUm. will I I I nt the .C his iiunlltlcil eleclora. J :t

Tons with the water power MONOAYVFI.. I'hllatlph.hla 1oI'I. Lrn Anjl'.1" tiers. K... Vf.. II1n. Jortn 'VhniuineSt,1 For Trenmirer, of the tnte of Florida I olllc" of I the I, rVci'ctary' nf t 111. I Ion nI, partlclputlnv lu nn ..*.1 Inn culled In II' "'
: Wom."'. Hour WI.I'I'. PhU d'lphla. 1 t1W. YnvtIas4'V S. & Thol'"' wlfit\ vllhvrr : recrlve tip \to I3.nl, noon on I III. frililuy the territory affected by mild upe. ,
,i lor Ihe Republican party andi R( Wuisluinkion III I )?I IO, IoItoallh. >r itlmv. nre Vlvlna, n nd I If itetiit For Superintendent, of Fi.ltlla litBtriict I of iictnlier.) limn. lildw for thaliufrlutMe .c.I.( IM local Inw. .I ,,
1:30: A. M.. 11o..tal"VUY 8li.n., tady J fEQ. $pokan. 111 hlH her nr I heir lm. legal I of 120,11110.110, of honda nt
Republican) candidate and exMJ lintel K3I: 0 n t r a I "lnn> al the State "l Uloi>l ra.For I o
\VlR'; 1Iuft.l. 'AIDAYJaott. represents rIven. Iga t..s ...Int.... C.,mntlnploner! SpeKlul Tate School tilntrlrt No. 0;
Standard time totll,
convincingly ]his I own con. ; : WIAIc. (\.rl'lllra ,
) plttburCIt mild lioniN
or nesIniu. lo lienr slaIn
u1.i'i'eps. Puce.NNuiM nll e>f I of 1 of AUHMIHII (
Animtm to Section
.. St.ndarll U"f.. an 10
to \V\VJ per.ott Womene Hour I nnd corporalIIIIIM.whom h.toO..I. I.rlll. I I. I!2H. tn In In the dHnninlnntlonanf Art,4 L 0.
,jftlve program with regard to nil I..I'.on. rl.lu For, JI.' the Supremefnttrt I (1"0 l XII nt the t'otiKtltlillnn (if ;
wjz N..w York WI4AI Cincinnati 11:30.: Mnllnt"l. time : iuim. re nee plac n( 11,0(10.00( to l.cnr IntervHt lit the r '
( of hue KriUo *f I Stats at Vlarldii Koliiilnir to I I'Miirciitloni j
.ttt power. Republican corrup- W8 A. HOltnoVOlO.. ('IoI"aao tl\:311.: ( C'entritl bina'isidWHZ : hnulm---! j IC unknown to .BI'Ilnll.I1. For Two R.illr I) 'H>d (..r'.I. I lite* of fti' per .>>nV per annum, Aiithorlnlnic time l>lvl.lon t
lu tJp'lnlttl"lct hSD. Ft. I.ouls time ; 3ta':: '). Ia.t.rnWI3AL : .. / .
Bortsatlonally revealed that are Inleremeil In of al 1'lelda. I pnvnble .IIII.nnnIlB"I.r nl.,1 l lnnd -
no( f i'i? ttnl n Into HI.ch.1> Tax 01.
a. Jialtlmor. W'IC'' Pa".npo..t isniIar., tlm. lots nr i.nrr.-Is> nf tvlno nnrt he- l. .tlt. i IntereHt, nf mild bond In I lie
In..I' pay- .
he trlrtn-t Providing for lh Klfitlunof l:
oil scandal Investigations \VHAM. Ro..hul.rVH!.' Des l.lolnnVAUC' N.w York l iee In. the City of Slarlce.tlrad .r<> Vor State' MenAtor far Hllv Henntorlaf i' huts lit Ihe olllca iif the tin"..".. MannnI TruatceH; Their Term ofOlll i f t.

illed in Ills address at the Mona Kn"A1Ptttlotlurah WOW'.'Omaha \V"'AN' l'hllad..ll county. )'lo.n' known nmt ileacrlbd IMfilrlrt fif time pifnte nt Flor- National Hank In I Ihe City of New <-. unit DutIes; unit for Levy I
'VJJ\. ull'aloVOA" Kansas City 'AS' Ida
\V Provldeie. 5 *: 1 I York. Stale nf New York lion(In to
Slate' Fair at Helena. WI.\V. 'lnrlnnatt'f'I'o.. altwu-upoila wrlti: By.a"... I I.r>.fa OneCT>. Two T1r"l (U) ami I"BI Ont Member of the YtnuuusaRayrsentatiyes In denomination II n" lo ln>uiim,. Ius( ol a.ml Tax ColLectIon for Hrlnvol of PurponitH.n DlRtrhitMiH : .
comment on Governor KYWChill.aoIUIM.. 't. Paul WloIA" Butyale rHM4)i) nt HlnckMix In what or the Mtnto of Florida I.". mid I |nynlle lie folliiWH-: < "
Altllou)Ku ) I Da It lt.*nlv.d by ih" -Bl"littni- '
WFRH Mliwaukm
Chlcalt" W1'M.I. Wi'fA
flaltimore Unovvn the Orlcrlnnl I Town, nf I.llIto.OIl..1I"III".t I. 1011. ant ,
at Omaha t
ot Hi Hint of Florida t
speech ;
,,1111' farm J'WI( 81. Leo.VHAS Louisville WiAI' J'lttolburhV"Co. nelnv In the Northeast (in 0"- I"I CiMintr JutK*. $I..ool.sua) oir AUKiixt I) tlrMt I In encb of )
particularly emphasised the \ MinnitpnliU \VS\f. aihvllie WAlI Akron Ila.k.Hniithwenf dimeter of Section For : the years 193> to 1D50 IttcliiHlw. That I Ilin following, Amendment tottectIuusm
i friendship shown by WRDar ;c. Paw Wb'. JW.. WAnT C'oIumbue' t.r Twcnty-Klirht.r : I2K)I. TownHbJl Xlx Fo "I.rk Mh..lf. the (1..ll, Court. I It ,In saqil lrs'h that riic-h hldiler ... 10 of Artlrln XII I I fit the Coif tl
rmlh and W'l'M.J. l\lIh.auk.. vtn. Atlcuits WKwtt'' ilnannatI sIt Itlis I.,,, uf lIme Stale of K.oililn .e. "
: ( (8), Hniith. Hantrn Tw.nly.Two'E2)) For Countv .. af "'I"" poultwith hi. hlil a rn hl..r'lI ir cer- I
Pimorratle candidate for the KA Denver WI'VV. Charlotte wtJof I'' i.toit' Kant, an hnwn liy that certainmai.> ,I For TaxojHn ct.r, Illlcd i-linrk., .n the .1II..t, .l 1500.110) lallnir lo- .,U/nru>l lisa. bit and I h. nnniIn .
and his determination to WI-lAS. Louisville KVIO. TWee 1tAQ. Chl..ngo or ,nith-illvlnlnn no rei-ordeil In ..1..1"K1 r For County I MuM,| >rlntemlent ofPuihlo which) ..I1.'k Nhnll he fiirfeliail I In* hereby nirreiftl. to anil shall hn nuh-
'iicrs WlM, Na."IIMVPAA.. LHttIC W.W( Ict. Wayni **N". n* .nr* 7HO of the .i ub- IiietruetItra.. lloanl. nf I'uliita liiMtruclloni, on hhnlf *- outlet In the rlt-rlora of the State .
\8 them (the kind of help theylut WJ\ltJ. d.Wphl Ki'flC louaton K IOX. fit. wulll bf nriiilford, *.unly. FlirFTlCTINOS. l.'i.r (Counlv 4urv.ynr.For I nf mild Hpi-clnl I Tax School I I Hull at the rtenxral Kloftlon of 1I..I'r..n.' .
WStf Al1a. WOAI Ma. A"eonto KMRC lansas "Iry 1 Flv fiiuntw .>vnvml"eleiv I 'li-t tallvFH t. l be lucid In I in3H for np
r tight has not.been Tost of tie 1"". .. No. ll) Iiv tlm crest bIdder, tot ..
WWl' CII.rloUe Ii"'e regr.M% sori. J..lln..n Iliut.KVtO Y01 nnd en.cn ytuiare For Three Memberx nf thn *.". sushi liondN futile to L'omply with I hinurcliHNK |I'ooyal or ,.J."tI..n. Tlmt Hiild. 8i..
Lterly grasp which he dinif .rll1a. 7:30: J'n.cl/lc Coast WL'IJ. 'ol.tlo) bench neillVil that I are ty Koaird ftf l'i."\ ,', liiHfruerlon.For I II u stt.a fl$5)t. Tlm-micc-HBfu 1 llon rlt shall II. amenilvd, HU B. to ,

YQd the farm problem. wPA.. TsJlueKPtt& tin;.; 1:30.( 1\ountaln. ".It'e. A'ld".p"rt r'nl., defpiidaniM, .to a unit by Mr*. Jostles of the) hVniM. L.. on1lo lilildnr will be furnlMheil, ,npprovlnnnluliiii ( read aw foili>\..: \

EiioliiK to the heart of iusLOtt Man Antonio IIDI. : .::30. C.ntral'I Wlfl<. CleyplandtautdarO Mm"* t'raws.. Jolnerf bv AH.. f',." ', th4 'nI.".. J-ikMlli-e., rHiUrfrtx, nf lionil a 11 I 5 on icy ir( sot, |.uurcnutatloti ."tI..n. 10.)) The I.f'STlf. liitiira unity t
; WOAt. $ time V 1 ::341.'oI A". $ )tnmath tier hUNhnnd and nel friend who via: N.H. 7. t ulllintit I I cliii rgs'. No lid! 1 provlilo for the dlvlhliiu. of unv conn, ,,. f
V farm question he said "the Evening Prsg.am l.aprn: lant1u..ct tlmOl. Ii".nlfl" progr.m Icaren In her ew'irn hill or comitlulnlnov i For Cnnnrnhlc (n nnd for the fol. will IIH cniiNlilercil, nf ,IHHH I than l 111, IV ow coiiulUn I 1'nt.o' ffnnvonlent school

able is that the farmer Is buy. I P. 1\50 Wou"lalll WI'A'. New YOI' 7'30 P..tlto Coast on IlliIn thin < fllca.!! that she i lowing Juxdrn Diet rirts, vlaf.: N os, I l-zl ,per ci'tit nml,. nci.rtind I IniHfvut I dl.trlot I ,,i a nil fort lie aiat: I'.li bl*>
/ It".: II. Central NtandWIEt 4 o.too tI".; wlO:: M."lIIlala, the owner of the fenplmpte: tltNrherctn 1 I. 2.; 7. 'Tinliiiiinl, ,renci vi'd I dm rlirnt I to rn- naltiJIyof lar H<'h,>*jl tiiiMtntiH' whip
g In a highly protective market .rd iliac; III EIIO'"n' WTIl.Jf""lCur". Onus; 9:30: C..t..1Ilanda I and prnvn n. diu'rce rnrnvlugttou4s. I In Tanllmonv WIWreAf, I hnveherminlo J'd nny nr, nil I I |hhl.| |, .hn II hohl I heir oflltaM fur two years, t jl

J he m veiling In an unprotected U".. WJAR. "Oyl."". ttat.Iard. tima ; jOtOwon. :: ..I.H"o title, nml farever net mv band nmj a ill pal I I.. W. KfCKMTKH; alit! who dish !have 'lime nupervlnlonof ). ,
JII used in New York W"AHr .. .t"'n Standard times cleaving: nl.1 .Olnl'.n'1. the 11 Ho lit I I I. .M., I Ihe Hreur Heal nf thoHi ('linlrinnn, lion 1'.1 nf I'ii hiku InHtruclliMi nil the .,'h..I" within I Ih" ,dlxti4l di t
Everything : .l Portland WA NeW "' kill ,,* .. I.I".ut end de- lit. of Fforldn at Tnlliihanaeet ) I uf I llrndford, <*ti: allot for thus| lvvhiMr uml, colInrtlon '
\vAN. llllnc"lphh
opratloiiOf his farm except %VFI. IThlladIPhi* .WI4A. YOIl "r..lnl that compliilna IUIH' and the Cnpltaf. thin I'ui""II.ly. Florlilit. ,. flf a illntflot HI liwul lu.. tier "
) PliltadelylilS )o.I.n irood nnd1 unMcletvt( fee plm- the I twenty-fifth, day of ATTMST-: HIM, v,ffliM.lv. irHi oC lUi* uwltllu frau J'
ut t lie himself produces. la hidi.nd WI'fl1. sra""t.. Washington \VH7. 81.rln8/ "nl.. ... nhnnliile' In and tn aaldlan AuTiti A. P. )1025. II. II. WUIdl.Np ,hniilH within the liMtrn-t. wh"nt II":,

; (he tariff wall. It Is sup- WCAO. :; Ii.nsct&dy' Wl4Ai f, HnKlm.
i,d >o function for him but does P1itibwh wlft :uWalo KDKA, J"I..lnWJA nnv nnil nil clnlme. rlnrht till" nrInrerent of Htute, i : nf Jirinirncd, County ihcrful* I Hint |my .it lut <>n r"ul I I
WAne'. Akron Wl'AF "Itabul! DPtrntt of nnv Icrml, e.f nnv nmt all TV.; .?. Kppernnn, Kli"rllT of llrnd-, I Fliiil-lu.I or pavHoiia.L 'iMMpHrry, iluill'Viile. In
W,1 Columbus WWJ Ehutroll WJ1 Ctnclnnatt 1 erintij4. flrinK iiml' rorporat-lctuA lard, t'nuaty. k$5ttlt.II.2.l1Il 1 n-21-Bt-lO fitvor of CI\"\Ji lory. ,

The SurplusA WKl (Incnnall ( Chicago 'Iuiweiut.
%VIA 'Inilnnati KV.W. .
IT FiTTitrri! onnKiinn. lust --- --- -
II.uol \VON' CluiraWb, '. Chlcutvwu ." !toi'I1'l4 01"' KMTIO: <: : A JOINT TlKSOr.tlTIOM' Proposing -
great many of the crops of WMAQ. eh.a Louis KW( St. .ul. von, Iii. pnl'1 d renditnlH.., nnnieil or "( FOKNOTICFl Aifc" Attindtmit-li, I. 1'I..n. Knur i '
'i country the farmer grow In \ 1' : .. KSD'lt Wtti.Lt.t, City not nnmed. known or unknown, absent. \'I.I'\"lf': (41) Article, Tlir' .H (3> nt llJ. I'un-
;V'I'ort | or nth* 1" \vl lIittl4AM, TIme rcnl.l/itnrn of
KrX WKii I' Jlnn".p.l.K.B. .nH'.nl..I. l"n.r..II.nl. IH |iHOHKItY: niVKN, .1111,11.l ", of Ilin Nliiln. it KlnirlduItxIallMK
,csi of the needs of the ttoms- XReaa. ,'II, :olneV'CU. I remjlnIsP 1991. under t HIM "'.II..IIIII'lon' of I -
r.rwtre. IHHIV
$ .
0 t8. ) ..P"... THat H. H. ., holder of TintCerllllyiit of ha I liiIII", I 1'ity of MomberHnf ji
market. 'That Isthe 'nigger' (olnrlr Blul. V ( It W't'lJ.I Mlwo..k., fn' ..hl.hl..t mfnlnoc von.. on .H.m... MU.. I itny af ,...y. Joint I Slate of 1..1..1'/11..01101 Dunn foiK the tI..u..ul..1 of I life' UxNiiliilloiix I -
.W"'D, I'n. WHA ,.r hefor t"- Flfflt dny tntNovemhe" prnpiifilnK ani uelulant. inf- -
That is what .fod'd. t WfCO' : 1.0.h.vle'VI6e. 1"t AA Cu ll'-'f.' hair Hleif enl.t rertlftVnfeIn lu thus I ltit>r.i< ,iitullv,".
tomlpUe' you .. ) 1'N.) b'or. the ruMMll.Hl ""i ut lit* .
? I.J.w I mv_ nfllve and- madeapplication.. rltiit of- Florldu 11.5. It JI..lv..4 by I 111* I. lMlallireof 1
"t got to pay your attention to, WHA .Ciev.lae'I S. th wtUni Mliwauk.. '., "vl.WAl" Clrrul Corf to nnNwer nt Itrn.Ho.to I the k pnlufltv.FInritzt. hill ofriurnv.Mliut. j fne tat 1eeif toIMPIII' 'thereon, .In ae- lo |hy. u vote stud, the fit I sonic hren-Mfllm woreaureed I lou MtHtv u' Kliolilu;
larlmoy i-nrdam' wMU'luw. ful*l rerdlHate Tlmt, Movll'Mt I)' i.uue as It stands today the 10' bnv..r of nil t Mm t inemberN' elKctnil In "",'h
W.DN..OAV S 'WII AtIneWenisn's IB* ."hlll.. .. VOIKfaUlnar a tn brn,*.n I the fotlriwhiK I deHfrlhndlppnperlyrltiui.to.1. linima: that Ih* vnlox, on xalil Joint. "'h,'"" I CD.: of I HIM lJiiiii-llliiil.nl J theMiufe
rnier In compelled to offer It inC HIlr"i l. NasvUJ&:., CII'luu. '-. '- whl..l. .. ..ofithlH rnuvt .' lit }1..I..fo.ii- I HnliillonH I were a ii 1"1',1 upon tlmlrrunpoiiU of 'l.rl-li: rolitiliiK I l" I the put

domestic market tlr r.4ItI.tIIsplill > ".: A. 1\r:. r"nt.lI :. Men.hle KVu. "II.* .n.. ." 1".lnl ynii.Tpearnph'r | : I lrH'htrldii. to.wit : I *. j-oiiraiklH. wltlv tIle yea of member' il I lit' MMII( I. a.**! nf HieHOMH

; tends to pull down the tIme S 1W3u.: )C"I ,1 Wi4)i. Atiteta \Vt4AP VW5A.:1r.SVoIi'tatrn > $ '. 1rr"or.I..nly. .. eivimtv Knat bill al )MivuthweHt 'I.rt.. nf. nmt nllY"tll."n.. amr they oil,. il.- Nt K.|.rt i..II I IItI.l *M, ,khnll b.
standard time;' :. ,. WHT-Ckarlote .1..1..1 M'.k. noiithettut "n'I.r. I I, ,) Icrmlne and, direct, I IIIItI( t iso, mild niitalulll ct In llw tlf4-tix-rt ut llie .
ut that he receives for the whole Standard time. KVOO, Ta,... KCHI'.. fan"Antonio ". r. "pr..tv .1..I"nnl..1| nil xlilu. il. .. run,we .*. I ..... Joint, llemilullonn, Im Hiilnnllli'it, tnli State nt Kl.jl.ti., for adnpflhn or re- -
WI.'AA. 1uUe Mie uu.wapiuu.r whl.. lhl. ..I.. The nnneHement niild, propertyluu.t.r j.u.t. ....nII t Its next w'niial, I rlftlloni
,p' New York 1 10" ). thin ,l week | "'''-1'1'' oi1, t HIM rlutB ut I Ihe I H lcu.arts '
WEAF. 1oMoi% WHAP' YoiI Worth; sri. Los Angeles F'a..llc. "Inl.lie III.I"lp I weeks O.. I r. I luc mill vevtlllwa.1 I I.BH, "I| wan I t Illcctlon: I I In Nnvenilier I!1)24. .f ftfiirnrtfiilittIvt',I I I tu lie lie|Iii on fheHmt
IKefsrrlng- broken Republican KPt.'Houaton .. .on..tv. the of lnknnwim.I TueMituv, after Ihn llrMfc" Mondaynf
flrtfortl Nnw
w'r1( KUw linml ('lent nnIth. 'Il nlm. TIIKnilFtlKM: I It. CI.AY
r palgn tld.ncI nF I "nrhu.4. \VITNFI" n. I 1'11. unltl i-erllllrnlo I xlutll I he re.deemed CriA WFf;ltr,, Hi'clefui; of Mini i; nf A Ik.
promises of 1924. 'w.U.1 Worcester, XIi) San r.o K 1&IQ.t-.14j.Spokane ..I thin .olrl. I1H llil. the 3rd uoi-ftrdlno, tn Inw. lax dee the HtutM, nf i 'iil,'iilt.I ilu ry I hereby tel*lve LOIN..It'j"t :. a':1..1 : .. .t\, ; I4Hhnlf ;

r Smith continued "What did wcsa. Portksnd IWO: Au Frawlmct). dny of Ortoher.A\V.n, wilt h.siu. therein on theIth( ilny of lint. Icit Unit n he umenireif In read UK fiithiwaiH I
or I mean by 'equality between ( AT.nKRMlN. November A. D P, ll.n.Pnleit ) tUoJ'\II.It'.I..I'"IO'\l: : : >*,sii I It." ii hit,I iiiinl, 'I.trH i.t' I ihu I to ii..
Clerk 'I I"
(lft\r.) ru-ui Court. thl IriS day nf fVtoher A. Vn of itauresesi lull van chic Ii a.. ii.II'
iriciiiiure Hoover Ulrndfor Bounty. .. will l h.> iiciii cncli\">iinfy In Flor-
and industries'? They Endorse Smith Condemn 11" FI..n f.. It):!. I I',)". nu, TiiKNilitv Sleet l mivceeillno. the .'..1111..1 vlevlMpM fu In. rei-pHi-tlve

ant to give the farmer tU. boae- -B-5t-ll-X.TH\HI'. r.fJn Clerk. I '" o. w. AI.nJRifAN. llrnt Afi.ii.lMV,, III Nnvemlirr A. Ii\ .iiimlrx. nmC illntrfrtn for, wltlrli they 1
f"PII are < h_.i. The i>iy ttf >a"iMbt< of
of (ho tariff they know ) J i4ql1. f'I..k I ItlJH. lli I na Id Tiii-Hiln, v lieluir I haNivrii ;
; they BrnrtBordi Cotrntv, Florida utv IIFo\ i'!>iinu: 5 lie, HenntH )itn l rloiiKe, rif K('prneii.
|T* not done It. 'The President YES MOiNES.Another Western foe Hoover by Senator Brookhart.it %"'r' n'* fly I'. A. KNK1IIT for I lie nil mew!Inn, or rejas.l' olthe. .hIs lies nhull aol! vxfDVil twelve ilulInrn t

In*. It. Candidate Hoover knows the rarmM' adopted a resolution which said: -"U.I lO-G-St-tt-3 r>cHity| et..k. I an Id Joint I IteHiilutlriiiM I I! prnpimlna I ; and fifty cei.ta "l 111.611)) a slay (
farm ereanlatloa. of Herbert anea'Itass' :, I to. rlix: (: niwtlKll: ;l,,, Uf for each lay of ).".).n| cad Mileage
Union of Iowa, 15,000 m'mb "The nomination Hoover Nolle ,la herehy arlven that under I HID Slate' (,f Florliln, via to ant from I their lioinen, ti. the v sOt '

Governor Smith then proceeded out for GOT. Smith. l pledged as he Is to carry out .uu.5 bv V|.t._ nf ttiP oertnln finalderrep I "o'ru'F ttF i ,'P.u.T'O' FOIl A JOINT/ ItMHOl.llTlONnu : ; Prounaisg nf tlnvrnMii nut tu. exnieii KenrentN r : .
rs, has come and with life of forerlriHtir, mad an .a'. .: :. Amendment l.. Heel II Ion It of ( I III.) ) u uilln, fui h WilY bv the
show that Herbert Hoovar th* I Unqualifiedly! endorsing the CornBelt.COmtPitjee the Cooltrfge policy ratter let, A. l> 1 I12H. hy ) onnrAh. 'J' Article |III| ,,f I th). Cuiiotltutron, nf uoiirwMt uiiil tiioHt ;...-I"iiii bI. route. j

publican candidate, )L as a'so- resolution endor record of Injustice to Agriculture/ A, 7.. kin. .liidero of the flr..lt th. Smut if Florida, ltelat log In ThlM' Anieniliiint' phHll uro 'Into, ef
resented the poll by f'Oa..t. In HTM! for trrndforil ..IInt m, JIMHKHY fllVRN e..1Iyllld feet nt mlilnlrht on |i..-.m".r 81,
) be N011fP Manlnluttl lUyerftineiita -
oly Ignored, this vital and funda- loc the 'Democratic platform and should at 1"I.rl.I.. |In that reitnln canes whereIrr Th AWIermitn- 4rfer of Tax e t'til. without HIM ...'."""Y of I..(.

ala! part of the farm problem. candidate, despite 10 earnest pica I i. every farmer of the Middle West. ..r. W. Andrewn". Iff romplnlnant I' 'nrllllr nle 4uu. >5.. Rl h day. of July. Do It Itenolveif hv the t...[.IAft'lr.' olIhe 'lulu Ion.The .
Hoover I .., Ada f..u.r. > nilemonformerlilAitw r'U.. Ke. Shot nn.li ..r'ln..I. Xtalu, of Florida'
Is against the .
McNarjrn --. - .- 111.r.. Thomas w. Ander- my nlh'" and made nl..lh'nlonI' Tlmt the fullowlna amendment to .1 p 44

hill) was largely responsl- non h. h".hnn". are defendantn, '' tax to I..". I h..r"1 I. 01' Secllnn 2-1 i.f Article HI of tb. ConHtMntloii sink! vote**.runt' um.Vl4tfletM In roninllniire, ant)with the ... -
the xperlnl mitnter. I I'ordanre with law. Hnld rertldrateembriwra |l.rolM'
for un.I.r.lln..I. of the Mint of FlorUlu .
President CooHdge'a two Finds Gov. Smith to the hlt and "| relallna I-IIIIVUHH ilxplariillofin uml l relurnwMiereof .
Farmer the tiirowIawproperty ""
The 1 : !
wil .f.1 "I'II.d ; Int'oinity) I nml municipal
KOVerament : .
oes of that measure and the ) Md.ler I of the CourtIlouna lit Itrudford IH aliikll I b* nuojerteil tn th* 4.saue
hereby awrt to and V.
.door l Klnrke, nrodfordCounty .lln.1 cOln. iriilullonn I and r..trl..llon. itt :
11 tuggentlon be has made In ty. : Mhull nn Hnl>n>ltt tail to I lie .1..t"r..C
ever Real Champion
A. pruvlded by law for general elee 4
hnli ire
V"r.In. on Monday the final of Hoot Ih.n.t riunrter otA""lhw"1 the Slate at llm next general eleHo .. 0
solving the surplus problem Is fifth dnv A. I)., 192H. niinrter 7. ... I hums In the Hlale of 1 l-'li.rlilu.
Says. NB".mh..r 1.,101 TB1' M of Keiw' nti Uvo. In 1UJS, totapproval IN TI4HTIMONT WIIRnKOK .
starve enough farmers Into Smith's on the u turll the learnl I hour i of nale for ship .7. lo"h. BanI", ': '. 1 or r.laatlnii.Ziectlnp | I h""*' hereunto net '
.niptcy ; 'Oo.rn0 .Pec1 ,. nnrpnnn, of natlafylnar e Ul Final ttrrea.The 24. 'Vh. Leglatutupe eballaatabllah .
so that there will DOor has set .., AfiJteNHmenC of nnld property my hand unit .m* "! the .
farm question at I pledge m flerra, the following' described renl! an uitlforni' syStem of llrent JoI..111 l of 'the Slate _
( be i th"! said rertIttaste leawefi
any surplus. the western prairies on 8re with she famwr ...'e. Ivlnaj Knxl h. n. 'In fltarke. ,. Und the,' nnme ot know n. wasIuu ounly I! and miiiililpnl aovriirnnt: (Sr-Ar.! ) of Florldu, nt' TvlUhaiK \ ;
V aiming In which shall h* uppiiumnlle l except In
out the harsh cruelty of nrixlford, pountv. Florida: nee, the Capital, this .she '
Democratic can and to the Unleen Maid iiha.ll be redeemed ,
enthusiasm for the *\ ..rl&al. racer where local or puccini, law for
b of helnr feet of Jill, I
A lot twenty-fifth day ,
a policy 11'> tax deed >I.
which would mean Smith people ol th** 2R2I1 "m..dlnl 1.1. ( untlas. are provided l by the J.eirla .}
: That la G verno N9rt an] South and 210 East A. 11. 102"
didate. 21h!>
t millions wil I.... Ih..r..nl on Ih. duty latur I hut nuiy l>* Inconnlxt'iittherewith. 4 -
of .
she >
farmers would have at last found a country t and W..t lioumle't' nn North by the fli-toher A. t92W.I : lt.CLAYCRAWV'Ottt .
4 their homes and he'driven' the farmers Is Into the no atone will dlvl I.. of Piilleri. T.nndu; ,,on >i.ted IbIs 25th day of September, (.nral law classify I.'gielatur.l".11.l and. shall town by 1-3-1 tt-ll-J Henretary of Htate j $,
") champion who jumplnl oh. lUaet "and. > f..n.; an A. 1>. '
the cities to find work GOT- be Irft un 1" Land iiccordlnir', to population and shall
or fight! for agricultural Justice on 11. Smith W..t formerly 2.f. W. AI.PF.RMAN by general law provld. for their In- ; t tCO.'li'INS
Smith u rn.om4nediat. give .1. Jl. Alvore In eeetlon
Twentv- ,
pledged ,
himself to- of all unbIased .r (Seal) of 1.lr..lt (Court nnrporatlnn, itirluidlolIon. !
keynote governinent -
their aide Is the end el"m UH. Township- tut, Mouth '
truc Florida.
from the (22).
F'.ant. j
coraiag r n-
*"In* the ''colua.De adequate farm Rn. Tw..nty.tw. fll A K'jt511iltIOai under all:11 cla.nincntlonn, and nol : -
I '
aOII, farmer from the un- Western .'. la'n.n. one le**.nno one ..a.t. arrea t .Ity l'l.rl.'o'ru' >.ctal or 'local law Incorporatingetle sad FsiTt Line mtUndertaJten 0

) ruinous% operation of the Omaha, n.. or towno, prnvldlnaT for their I,
went to n. K. 1
'iff.I". \ OOTlraor Smith KSTOH1.H ) nf .4Pe'5.lt'tTilw. ..t.l.'r ....rllm..t. urlidletlon.' pow.r.i1iutUa .,
In I.rt of America's great _4li H e (Hoe* A. m. CVtRW. ) r. \ \ .n:.. ana prlvll.KeM hail b" pumfd H SuppUu I. ,', :

MW-: "As I read the McNary- f rml.g empire, to tell the 'farmers > want* I Sollrltor for t'anpIilnusn. by time Legislature' .
IlgOO bill. Its fundamental ..nahfan. I t SOT(;K IS urpnarsv; OIVKN.That AUTOMOBILE HEARSB I
1)ur.I prepared die JI.I.Gt.1 .,
that he Is ImmedateJyOD. T..r_ k ller of Tax
ht to establish an effective con- take the ,out .f ; '' No. 21. fttlt day el July, A JOINT RKSOLUTIOV' rrnpoaln
I of electloD 'at 'OTI('.: M "S'I>RR'I" 055.51 .r'I."t. an Am ndHinnt. to Article III. Mention Alum *o iJaaL n. bS .
buu.s A. bun ftUd raid certin.'HIetn
the to putt the .
sale of exportable- la the kind of agricultural d1 rf I. 12t and mmln eCtrileatIon| for 21. of the f.'oTiMtltiillon of the I .t the l*.**t art***. Si.. .. al
i. with the cost imposed upon getting bat beenvainly crop. Th way h* want r Notice Iw hereby riven' thAt nnderMl tax de.i ti umuw ** o In accord Hin.1 of Florida' Helatlna to the Iasic. t* li****..tALa

tommoiiity legislation they ln. (h farmer ie to hint.Mr. by vltrtie iff that r.rtalw'PinaJrearaa line. with. law. t., certificate. em- PHHIIXy| the J.ea-Mlatur| or Spa- UCGISTEBKU
benefited For thai demanding from the Iepublcao. or Ferectiuiiir, nidcje an"l brarea th> vial, I lor I.uc-al, I.twa.Ft I

''clple th" Democratic platform eight years. r. C C renftere rtepferwlier 1th, A. r192S. >. ,t.I..ln/' d.rlh.property It llennlved bv the Le l.luturenf DEWITT c. JONES 0 /
"' Stands, for tae past J. Vlonorafcl A. Z. A&ktuis. .' .I.. ,, < c..III, the Btat of Florida: I .
and for that of friendship a* the chief adVtafof 1..1"1. :
C I prln- sponse to this ole lo.e. ludre tho Clr..ul Court .and f.rI West lo-wl' ?frthw.s't quarter That the followliiMT amendment to 8TARKB. FLA II
squally stand. Mr. Hoover sad action has been electric the ( ania- >ii dri. *'.v... FI_"'". In that of Slousthwset quarter. SeCtIon 21, ,eoll.n Jl of Article III of the Jon-
ndl squarely soil and subject j of e eptt' raire wherein I* A. f'avln. Towuihlp 22 Kaat itltiitUm of the State nf Florida rot.l"tlnlC I
Opposed to this the 7. Hiula. Hauite, ,
n-IUle. by The- people who tin t ..rlre, the e Nee Perrvman TMvl, J.o. T. Qu! leyanit Zt<> acree.TBJI la the p...... by the l.nla- ,.1III&u
which the farmer food are f > '
could .upply'th nation with Us Mlnn ivlaty remloln. .anMmat of aolit property -
the blnelu and isactsuI ol A nut. sad .1. C r>eRvoLa M* M. TnBcvolx .
of the:t" r. that If Governor Smith tlt unJer th* acid u rttnout .u.1 was
''"re |Is 10W aBorel end coailiau*. to hi. .,. ncadfonl nnunty In the ut JeuisI. U. Larsen.Liwleuua .
?: a clear cut UgM, which/ la- elected they will 'M the .t.nl the. by h* Inborn sod th. Cltv .r ..rk. are defendnntev .m.aaM eertltteatKaH. be reileemed ::

'rml'rlf and voters ot this coun. for' .nlllit' IAe vfMlerelirne ax Myieet.I I to law tax deed We can charge _
ard of "Equality Acrcltllre"hel.ted in tof of Coot- .acCors.K your
hUnt 'Kod Vi .*r. will '1 foe cask -f th.Pulh.at lath
dcItI I pledge to the t will l lsre thereon on time day ofUrtober YES '8 HRS
and beef bidder. In front of
to tie 'a.lll tie Ug s>oaVM."Do A. t&3$.
t "rl and People :of tha country They ar. eSDr.ane theirenthqsUsn e >*>. *"oo.hew.,.
ptno tive Itone will be left antnrned 'Hol" in no uncut.11 termi.I C ..Yd'.rctCq..th r..n'dv "f FlwrMai.vm6er*., A. r>. .I>. IU.! n. w. STORAGE BATTERY .

Inutledlate aad adequ.te tellla baa b.. the y"!'i.; trth .G.. I. "U, durlnar tft. fevikl hanra of paM.for Clerk *4 .DrRJIAl. __

a rell..t by legislation, carryIng I J.p.eUII between ( .. ., this ppr. tl. Dlrl""* of aatlefylnr raid y.a" Brail(.nl ,.'ouaty.11.rl1.Cw"al .

., .". 'rawl Gvenr I certein/y do not. html ... t 'oIB.ln.denrrlhe4read C. '
h'rllC'tli-e thr, principle for for the <..<* h*lnar I."t la t II .
I'' Smith'S pledges e o o ... flra'Ifor'l Florida' to'Vr'"n :!!: __ l. f. Stk
Party and Istand. or rminty e
Herbert Hoover's policy wl Smith's

*>"..Plnfl campaign Hoover* hostility te Agriculture T abeolur separacioa .1 aatj l..al a *Jn' *n> th. Vnrth '" Garage ;1

h I .?. i'-1" City pointing to kla ,, hasbeeo wen known even since his i i. part of the faorln H.Ie'n( Call She Street_': .ln&t" 215. feet.r "U u

f "bIB r. ur ,. .* York publhj affair .. a. war time Food Administra mental baai. .1 our ConesitMCioa, I ,1.. a*I' .,...... lanco.0' .run Did will ti* received' from build _
"" .1 r'"w"i
Governor .t. candidate twBev in that and ia : t. r' Call Street tile Ins contractors for the *ctlon of a _
1"fl'encd .
l'n/.d' the secret an"t ..* to,. Now as Republlcsn w1. ..wmnrtoloui tif Town. of brick exterior and frauo* Interior )0-
RbllV2'J101 bel"' wa,.t byS1 hard leove d i i.l If.ll ic-hoal lo T ,. l at I r ; =
I be \ tryln desjersteJy 5tfr.' tkewr. ato**: bxtlWln-r. a* >ren 't f t
I > I. .">." oopoauton 1 JI'"t..I. .. ,
> C tl. caldbut S the laada l.a" ", C'IorIiIo., ItMtrlrt No. by .
.. *
."". ot his ..( bad (.ro.'I. .
T .
,? I" .IIfIoII.I. > b. pt ". ,. Powell: thence rh Ilo.rl ef Poh4kr Inetrix-lUrv ntU.ad'"r" I I .
n r.&t.r as before I rae think of no rest**? *)i _
I. same
> at Htark. FlnrM.i
," ... hi* heart .1. "< VtrlNeaMnrnr nl, th. a4! County
."IIa burnina. Jev.rnoy IIntltll his only plan to solve the _..thi cntr tttan lo have Morthweet. quarter of Hoatheaet"nnrter nit i the JlriJ day of OrfoUer, \9t, and J. R. DAVIS & CO.
ot the cr0.. the sad o'rkwlc
4 IZ
of ,<< I'an .* tn pnblln at wooson I
ChrIq I. tost the voter upoet *. "tak.: .n.* .
and the crop i od
"' :uhi0' hatr.4. a .m.I problem of the surplus iou line. .I. Went, Vort "". nf naWt North aol<| .r. at tno ,"rrlro of saId I _
I .
.,. Ih. .llIhl to .. that If the's > the out until therela we i miikr'er .f ....-l ownrtr, Hoard bestIal In the Court IIn.. __
rve tarmr. _
? .." I. III" Rite ft.. ,. V. Ft "". >|; thenr* All contractor to state In bid. c ash _
",:, I .GUlltr liD be. more surplus.On of Omvtlterr'. awroH wIsh Chnrehetree aaiAuat to n* pal'S them under the
.1 Ult p.bmol. .. ..11... thoev m any tsnm INSURANCEAGENCY
I l. or such cruel aad unjust pottefe I *. |T( (*.': .h.ea Mr ret. para- uinial for aal*! work also
,1u. .* arl .t..loa the ah11J turned his c wh"ln. that I lei with North ll"r ft said North mount .. h* a lie we* Board1 for the

aM Ih.n tll.ou.h"01.. t' u1 SOW'bh.. .Governor Smith has prooMM) d I am we. nnarrer fnnt th..em ". .l urrhae. .f ... W4.l for raid
or agatn.t me He offers the farmer prosperity of atceruisj ifco IIO fef. "n,." '; .rt. work, W paUl In tJ"ad sIIgIon eato .I. .
Int h" I. not real. 11..,.
I." Am..I""n back through the Me.NrrHa.ue a. fioiitherlr. hioni I In cash to bo paidlo 188 ki
., cUI. an4 equality the ('I.tr.o ESTABLISHED
Hoard and akxtv tbo cash prh'afor
: that e.J 7 IDIf. fee th r> : ever
lied .
.id 11&10' cre.de and the cal .,. 'I..
conntructUvn.PkANM, _
tsrewe aa* rlAoth. 7* devree .,
te bhn I" hla
.1m. ep- Jrlulp. 1.
If'\ *
.p for
.1 O that theyknow ; roal.pur triaae* rkutthrlv' with AND HrBCmCAflOWl
t ol1le. ..,. 00.._. e.. awe a .
farmers are say ...... the
.n a bang Cltorpli street SIM feef: thenieforth. ial wame4 Ia .e .' Aniariroai. STARKE FLA.
ti1ortt, f "' segi aU him BOW .C.11 best fri *, genuino 1.* "_roWea 1411 feet avo of' II. HWleaini.. _>.lary to '
e "P' t to CharrH .thrlr, call board at .IIU-". riorld. or
.- pC chief hope. sl nsj ". .n'u.. feet >._ law onta* *f tlla.;*'. and I 4
: .
.f ..1 .8. .u: : I IAL $
tn. Utoe** .otohUotte. aaz .TioAkUa .* r ;" T
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..>.. ears_ ......._- .u.-J .'... ", Jr- ..___.__._ __ _<_.___.__ ..BRADFORD. .>_ .__._COUNTY' .___tfaUKGKAflt.__;__ __ 8TARKX.,_ .______FLORID____ __ .. JF71IDAT.'_'._ OOTOnrr ,1..1 ft

ir1 : !l -'-- --f- coin a new expression. While having air put in his tires he night it Is upon a -, ,.+h .--...,.. "!-.:

:Bradford County Telegraph told the station attendant he "needed two more puffs to reach to more whet sanguinary her vulture) I '

Established 1877 40 pounds." Miami Beach Sna.

jl-- - ..' -- -. ,. ,- -e--- --0I STORE

I''' Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class You fellows with the complaint that home brew here I '

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. hasn't sufficient kick might be interested in the Gainesville, From OIlier 15t
w Ga. A bottle of it in the courthouse vault for J
E. S. Matthews_______.______________Owner ami Publisher variety. .
a ., evidence expoded and blew the vault door off its hinges.
p S. C. Robinson_________________-_______ Managing Editor Traffic light In Merchandisi

r ., .. _. . -- .---- o- more like New York
-- Lake City Reporter reminds its readers that the Puritans Gainesville Evening
enacted a law forbidding a man to kiss his wife on Sun- ---)- FLORIDA
;. Yearly, $l.a0'Six; Months, 75c-Payable in Advance' .day. Present-day wives who want their husbands to kiss::; Maybe it's1 because I ,

4 Advertising. Rates on Application. them'on the Sabbath day should have/this'law re-established. the!! sense orollch" "IA LS FOK E VEllj}
.i---- .. .. .. ---'.- -- ., ,, '.- so highly' j

'. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES\ ;I" ", o graph mind \\'e'd'say With )its both ,
!Don't be misled into signing away your right to vote the "
i : r, '*' (National and 'State(Office*) ., Democratic ticket in the November election. Anti-Smith or- sire -Miami__i _Beach 0 ,, of Gold Flour 99

For [Presidential, Electors ganizations are solely for the purpose of keeping the Republican Ayoung,, man back .
r'\:; CLYDE] W. ATKINSON himself because some
r ,' tl ,'t.",:' t. SARA[ LANDIIUM CAWTIION party in power through attacks on the Democratic nominee ed him. If that Self-rising Flour

i bh'' .., S. W. DEESE ; for president. become general, the -_u___i:__ 53
Il ;I' J. WALKER KEHOE -o- bo full of preachers .. .
-- ---- /
,t T .' ROBERT o. PARKFR: "I saved more than enough for a year's subscription::; to editors.-Kan.Austin Tribune.! Self-rising FLOUK-1
tooria ( )
4{ ) ,, .' STEPHEN M. SPARKMAN, SIt. the Telegraph in one week by reading the ads in my neigh- t .
-- ------
-- g0
For United States Senator- bor's and I I lose week I Herc'sIJart Going to and coming
I1"P"+ paper, see money every miss it. |
PARK TRAMMELL; this week had --------- $jj(
; '' ''rw i For Congress, Second Districtf of what I saved today for a year's subscription."' It paysas sonville stop In and visit n -.-_ SU.
I 1 R. A. GREEN well to read the ads as it does to advertise. newspaper plants In Self-rising

ti For Governor- -':- titles.-Am even more ____ ____ >
;4 .. DOYLE E. CARLTON Readthe communication from Supt. Cawthon who vinced that Central } f. (
t urges best section of the _
---- --- Sl.r/:!
tl.' ,; For. Secretary of State- ', -', *w the voters keep the, limit on school tax levy. The state ter garden Journal.

+ II. CLAY CRAWFORD superintendent is in better position judge the good to be _-0 ( Plain;
II j For Comptroller -. .: November Is to BOO
accomplished by the new amendment and he states the ratification
,l, ERNEST AMOS n' raphers of the stale ___- -- j0f
of the proposed amendment would be backward .
) ,a ; 4 y-- t ", For Commissioner! Agriculture a step There burg for have the been . .--.-. .. j/; .;

4 r Il ,4'itfl' q.. Railroad NATHAN Commissioners MAYO'For Judge Long of Gainesville o, is known and respected by ev- meetings was perfected ulnce but the this Flours: ; they have

MRS. R..L. EATON ery citizen of Bradford county because of his sterling quality usual. It's really a if you are not satisfied you

,I A. S. WELLS as a citizen, jurist and a Democrat. Read and ponder well his Uradenton Herald.) .
., For Attorney( General- address to Alachua --o
3 ; county voters. His views are clear and Reports reaching
,,1 4,1 ,. ", FRED II.[ DAVIS unbiased and he places before every Democrat sound reason- the Literary Digest In Rose Rice, for SUN

1# 'I j 1 P ." For Treasurer':"""""> ing why the South should remain Democratic. presidential preference $1.01//
the Democratic
F'' .o- per pound %(
imately twice what It
)! ,r : / r. ', For Superintendent Public ).Instruction A. M. C. Russell, in his Ilepbert Hoover, Anti-Tammany, presidential poll of can 29r
i'' .. ( Democratic newspaper, The Palmetto News has written at the same stage of Coffee, loose ;:10}tc)
; E ; ) ,,. W. S. CAW, 1l0ti ", an Not definite but a
editorial with the head "Are We Democrats per can ,;Jfl 0<
: Dumbells? No
: For Justices:! of the Supreme Court- which way the wind lit I-Js' **
BROWN tARMISTEAD Mr. Russell, but don't some of ttfem act like it7DunnellonTruth. Tallahassee NewIJ.o. 2.TH
p ,
4 ; For that fitting answer, you are hereby awarded the Sungold for 2.ir
W. "?.//. PaRAGraphers silver loving "If you get up .... IJr
morning than: your
For State Senator- .
I ,' i"' o the town phtlsopher, lOc
; 4 t If Al Smith do harder and scheme No. 2 size lie
!' It.' can one-tenth of what the Antis he is
}'ur.lteprese'nt tlve- j> say
i' ; capable of then he' is the to the job more No. 2 size 1.1r
;l ? GEO. W. HAZEN greatest man and will up later planning
I Irr .. make an executive who will do something for his country. more money than and. Beans, No. 2 10c

y' : ,Tomorrow. last day to register. I You never hear of anyone criticising man who has never and burn the 2x

--00-- amounted to anything-it- is the big men who have shown while ning he how Is to snoozing get Tomato, canOr/
The old Vets arc mingling in Jacksonville this week. their ,' for ?J.;
ability to accomplish something who draw the fire of the, you leave more
tl t) o smaller fry. .. die than he will but Peas can tar

7Il t Tampa is having a clean-up week-of liquor\and gambling M o I a damslte nooner.' oIf "- pound 2%

joints. An old Confederate veteran stopped at the window this you follow the Pound Sc
a -- t_,-..;..osi. ----| week( long enough to say: "Give these bolsters hell. They resistance you can lie ,,( Per Pound lit?

A merchant will stand'.back of article he is not die conscious of the ; 26c
any show; little 'eciation _._
t '. very app> of what we did for them and never disturbed!

,l l lt ashamed, to advertise. what the Democratic party->has'done for their Southland." The never accomplished pound 32c
t P r 0 Hoovercrats no one was ever each. 73t
have ;
disappeared, the Anti-Smiths I
are growing
Tennessee stat prison has put it over the Florida state having lived that
work Shirts for
weaker, and as the voters'realize men
they must either vote the no flowers or songs .1'c '
,. p farm\.:.....(hey raise bills out..there.o Democratic or Republican: ticket-that there is no half-way floral that there vlll SOc

l l'Y13 enough people at d Fast Colors checks
ground-they will not betray the party of the South. ,

I. Something' relished by all-"the first nip} of fall."-Times- ---- --0'We cover the sake up your or _. gar;
Union. Four put of five have had-it. 3jr;
wonder why Editor Robinson of Starke didn't attend the place where you Oil Cloth, yd.

1 o,. the Republican meeting in his progressive little forever unmarked. Hats, at $LIO & $1M

t Bradford county chapter Red Cross responded. nobly to ?-Gainesville Evening News. Didn't have an city invite.recently Valley Gazette.: each SOc

the call from the storm area. I Io Cards were sent to the chosen' ones, good for bearer and his J. .'. IlllVAN IVUO ___, 2J.

friends, under the Guardians of Liberty head, and the REST NK.VK I weight, while, gray

The latest is that the Pope will complete road 28 if Bradford courthouse janitor boasted 'he was the only "official"as in the MaillHon. Oct.-----. ._-- .. 12t

., county DemocratS' vote for,AI, Smith. courthouse to be honored with a card Cowart spent a few I
YYr we figured the saviours 27x27, one dozen ill
------O---'. had In Panama City
more designs on our fee than

: Get the habit of buying advertised goods. You are assured --.-- .------- .- -_. -our- liberty.._.--. ,. -. _. the liryatt.sudden which death occurred, of I ._ .. $S1.60I

I of (futility and Having of time arid 1 money.o > .).---- ...-,-.---,-.- -- ,, nenduy. I at _. tar)

t li t ----------ollo Mr. Cowart .. 2Je!
Mi ,' '' ?; I Saturday's speaker convinced those willing to be convinced Bryan to Bradford (' good at ic[
body of the deceased w
;k: n t: { that a Democrat could only vote for or against his: party. I. THE POLITICAL POT I al services> were held pair S-it)

I, 0 ment mode( Saturday Pocket Handkerchief
} l A ,Democrat evades his, duty to his I party and the South Mr. Bryan was born -c;t
I ... _.._.. _.._.._. '1n. Bradford county I for _
---------- --- _.._,
ho for his party's for -
} when declines to vote candidate -presi ------ and was a member of Hose, 2 pairfor <
dent. I Who IIlIt In the cabinet with Albert not want bigots most fa'm 2/
or Intolerant with prominent .. 2'c& I lac)t
Full? Who but Hoover. .
rDo- them
-Marlanna Floridan county; lie was wldl!
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Land News. insurance circles and each 9S.C
Your representatives in the senate and house: deserve the ---0- Those Southern-o--Democrats who lived In Madison for a for children Sac

R, + 'Increase in par allowed in the proposed constitutional amend- Those Republicans who duringthe dnsert the party which stood by the lie was a relative of.
I ment. war were t-ortaiirlng Herbert( South In the days of the recon Kelly. ) EGGS WANTED
Hoover because he had .
spout I twenty struction. generally
attempt to
o yearn In England: Melbourne will bold
4t were probablyrcferrliiK Justify their stand by saying that
Hoover cannot,continue the noble administration example / to 'erbert 'cover. things are changed now. It might tober 16. to fat __ 3":.c
city shall 'match ,
Gainesville Sun.Cougressmau. ? ;
; set by Harding and Coolidge unless he opens up a few of the'I'cdcral Interest you to know that the cry funds \<) build Crane air
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Republican orators ID. the North
?W penitentiaries. ,, Sears that ".. approached and barb'';
Buys Is Iltt! : Al Smith and you will put 11-2 to 2 12far./ jt:
o tjioiisuuds of good Democrats who the South In the su.ddle.-Gaillell Representing the '
,":$4 q We are still awaiting for the nrdent'IUltis to show where rontemplittpd u boll arc returning viltuilally, Sun ment of its nature in
l to the party Yen!, and It will be ..... east, ten retail lumber clean, dozen lac{
-0'overtor ,
t the Republican pledge for law enforcement is as strong as thousands upon thousands, before '
'(; Smith Is a towering ing material dealers doz. -
the Democratic pledge. election day.- -Galncnvllle Sun, i
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giant on the side of clean government ville have organized the Sot
1, 1 o W\i -t----- and naturally Invites opposition Lumber L and Supply -_- __n" .
wonder how many of thoaoDemocrats 9.e
Before the stockhndcss fad becomes too general, short- who are saying they from ral fins politicians lie for. the purpose of (Jr. ... .._ .
urn stands foursquare for the and wholesaling to ) tic
liners should remind the dears that most barelegged 'girls voting the Itvpubllcun ticket to that he believes In. and has things never lumber and building .. -- .---. .
Vote for prohibition wood d cast lac/
;, look like the devil. ,. Lhelr ballot that way If Hoover been classed us a pussyfooter His stocks not usually three for
acceptance Is a challenge to the Individual dealers Lucky!
0 wore u Catholic and Smith a Quaker Camels,
4 '' We have failed to find in any of the wide-open Chri Uan"sheets" ?--Uulneavllle sun country relegate to to get private behind life him and to _Iuantitles.l!. I : __ for "v*
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any mention, of! the ,good qualities-that( Alfred E. The Tampa--0---Tribune points out who have been bounty seekers a HltAL, : :: .' that all goods listed are

1 Smith, like any other man, has.* that Democratic hollers, opposed goodly portion of their lives, -The -
Sheboygan Press WIs. The biialcl appointed. handled all other
o' to: Al I Smith I ou account of his *o- ing L'lrrk mid limpprtorn by
tglon[' win .. Urntrnl; Klortlon:: to be AM
probably be unanimous o- PRICES
If Smith,ta elected l preside tit there Is likely to be an additional ber 8th. UU: THE
In pulling Tor the Yankees In the It U a. deplorable fact that're P..r/a.t. ti.. 1. $. .
iw t decrease in Washington oflitial .Ilfd :'and a similar increase Wolrd series because! ,they} are ligious bigotry Is being preached fl. If.J.t'mrre (Clurk ; ; If any'goods )Uh Uhr

t' in Federal penitentiaries.. .. ... _,. *,, ..*' ..._ playing against a club known as nowidely In the presidential cam ard'Inepeeturs.Uimlcr H. Howe and.n : come to your J1lg' f!"
.1 1' ,1-' ,: 'I' 'ci ,'"' : *, ""''I'I'? MTh'e the (.'\&I'd I.lIalll-Sa. II.rord Herald. paign. Hundreds thousands, of ..V.Prei.e.\. ,Scott", l>o.Clerk a. "..,.. ; be'returned.up
r- -- narrow-minded voters will cast
'I I \\ hit*. A. J. Thomas
City or Brotherly-Love will J Jt&e'itit'!: iVatlonal reputation .AnU-SiOoon, ,4 "uie\ of }'lorld their ballots against Al.fred E, Moore.;'liiMHTtom.Vrrrinrt .. DAl1i
3 for brotherly love if'a fovrt more :official are placed in jail In one of Its many publications Smith because 'he Is a 'member' J. L. Peek!%Clerk... 3. Stark and you' are itr>> ,ANY
e given a list of the "anti-Smith"' the CatholU! faith. Truly. the country A, W. .Andrx. am) J. GOODS A
for loving their bootlegging pals. Jr., Inep.ctors.Pr. THE
4 electors. The electors named seems to be going narrow- .,,... N.. 4. (I. ,
'4'y i oWe were put up by Republicans they minded. It seems to us that the fhrilcy Fciffir I'lvrk.

suggest that the "stop" and "No Parking" signs to are Ilepubltcan candidates, and are achievements rather than hU. religion Byrd WaiHtln.Inapertore.Peerl.rt P. T. .. '
pledged to Republicanism. Why : should be the chief consideration ".. 5. and 1 can t/: .a'C'oU
4 be discarded with the installation of the signal lights be scat- not give the folks the facts Mr. of Gov. Stlmh'a candIdacy. 3.1;:. Adklna Clerk and we

tered along the highways leading out of town. v Crooke?-Ualnesvllle Sun. aptly said has no head and cannot P.xpcLlurn.U. Mitnlre and J. U needs.
Prrrlart >.. tI, T.
----0- think. When she moves it laIn
I, It. C. llelberirer lurk
tf r Smoke the antis out from behind their screen of prejudice Billy Parker, always a nepubll- wrath; when' she pauses It Is llvun. S. It.. Swindell: and
C. W
can Crooke always a mystery. amid ruin. Her prayers are her
j and few real Democrats will care to align themselves. with Ollrhrlst Stockton and Edgar curses, her god Is demon her com (t, W. AndrewM>.. T.flerfc: Yew, Store
the "or anJzaUon of love and charity '"' Way bright, Judaaes of the munion Is death her vengeance Is Kelly. M. F. llrenfrv
3 brotherly Crew. Inm .t.torii., .
Deruocrtttle party should start aUttle.partxof eternity her deralogue" written In Peer.1... '"'... tt, Mr
... "' .- ... 0'tv -. _'' .' acs a .w .... their own. us! t the eta the blood of her victims, and If she l J. J. Moncna. Clerk ,,,, ,
q t.;tttukaa; country boy with a dilapidated old flivver to publican. party leaders say the.l.do.' ,.ptopa for: a.fnongttti4\ her,Uifernal.( ,I ttheiiy......"'..10.". N.. Ha:,. '.' .. end i _-----:- ....i
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