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 19, 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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J..t' f1THDEMOCRATICCANDIDATE A CALL TO LOYAL DEMOCRATSAll Warns of Danger : i Festival, Marianna '

This issue of the Telegraph I I

('IUln'h,," Thrt.utt'IIt't1 II>;y Commercial U printed in Its own i Marianna M 14.--The sec 'nd'" ', S!

;a Hint 1'olltlirtl IlItN't'lIt plant the first since the fire general meeting of the committees t'
AND FCOUNTRY loyal democrats urgently reminded that ,+
are rllinIIt.Jlltlon/ lilt hili", i of August 3rd destroyed the i for the Satsuma Orange Festival

this is the time to come to the aid of their party. pressroom shortly after the was held Friday night at toteL'{ "

The National Campaign ,Committee is in need I edition of that week had Chlpola, and was featured by much ,
At the of Episcopal t
New York Attorney Writes His gathering enthusiasm, +
inent Brother F. F. I been milled Delay in securing
5J of funds to meet and refute the great flood of church officials held In Washingtonlast new press parts held I lion WL.. Wilson, of Panama
of Starkc
' Stump, on Campaign Issues propaganda that is being spread \throughout the week with delegates representing up the rebuilding of the City president! of the Satsuma Orange

and from foreign coun- +
rely II" letter written by elected him by an Increased vote many arrived i lust Saturday and a present and spoke most Impressively ; s" / i r
sjIM f v vloinrp I of New York each time although upon each occasion interests that back the republican party are sup- tries, the Right Rev Charles P. I factory man started luiMcmb-! of the importance) of such, y' : t '

1,0, nit "+'>ther F. F. Stump,,, they returned an Assembly plying money without stint to send campaign lit- Anderson bishop of Chicago, the Ifng the press, Sunday. This event and said! that the growersof ,
convention orator, was chosen for
( I Starkt;! s leading business I which was Republican by i erature and workers into every nook and corner his orntorlal gifts and sound doctrine I was completed late Wednesday I this", RPrtlr>n were deeply Interested :j F '
ui bp deII,t valuable and inainrmation -. lies of anywhere from 10 to 30 and nigh and the lira? run in t the coming festival. i Ji
on the presl-I.I except on one occasion had a maJority -.1 of the country. This onslaught must be met by to give the keynote message of this Issue made. !Mayor C N. Home, chairman : 4' I a
p I .
S 7 7t ,I '0 will give our readers I of one in the senate. This our campaign committee, and the money} to do this convention of the Episcopate and the the to the nation general, and i "'0 are indebted to.! the i of the finance committee, received i : '

t idea n, the esteem In whichnor therefore shows what the people of work must come in small contributions from thousands that keynote was the preservation I Gainesville Dally Sun and great applause when he declared ail j tyt '
v// AI Smith is held by New" New York think of Governor I the Evening News of that : tliat sufficient money would be on ,J'
of loyal'members of the of America's most precious possession -
citizens Col.! Stump, who Smith, and I am sure that If the I I party throughout I city for use of their printing I hand to make the festival a big y i 1 1BuceKR. "'
"freedom '
riiiud !in Starke and is re people of the rest of the country: i. the country. Funds' must come voluntarily from religious "liberty, which ; and stereotyping equipment I ) t ,.- a
of our cltl- knew him as well as the people of to worship God the ideal { Chas. O. RoUt I In charge of the !
,Fred by many those who believe in the principles the demo- had led the Pilgrim fathers to daro during the past ten weeks. horticultural 'j' ,
711 [ bas been speaking in West the State of New York, there displays. In an ad I
i'a In the Interests of Gov. would be few states that he would cratic party. '. unknown seas; had Inspired the With the new machinery dress! before the meeting, said ,I,I't' }

I ,'i candidacy( for the presl- not carry. The next two weeks are the crucial part of the cavaliers of Jamestown to establish added the Telegraph has as that there was abundant fruit to D 1
there the first representative modern equipment as can be make .
\, and Ills views on the forth So far as I can understand there campaign. Careful observers splendid displays from every \
that sentiment '
i41 leg'slatlve: assembly In the New found in any weekly newspaper I COUllt)". He said that '
[ election are based on per. to be three a huge circus ; "t ;
15 appear reasons why is World and caused the valiant men plant In the state and
Dt knowledge of Governorfli certa'n'! people feel that I they turning very strongly In favor, of the I tent would be placed In the r

and the Issues facing the should not vote. for Governor democratic candidates and that a united effort now who settled Maryland under the the public in invited to drop :I center of the city for exhibits of I'' '
Catholic Lord Baltimore to per- in anytime and go through citrus fruits. .
Mr. !lei It
left 1'
117 at this time: Smith will result in a great victory. But there must be form the Immortal deed which was our plant. I day to secure exhibits from. the Tues- of
1934.f 't
October 8th, various
}N Esq, 1. Because of his religion! team work if we are to win. The opposition Is the first call for religious tolerance growers and counties. Every 1\1 I

O till ,t, Florida Stump 2. Because of his stand on pro- leading nothing undone anywhere. In this county In... ..h-. _N..Vn.. .. .. -.. '."-. I merchant In Marianna has agreed .' +

''i Fred hibition. Bishop Anderson also gave an 'I to donate the use of their show
they have workers traveling around FloridaViII
) 3. Because he is a Sachem of through the emphatic warning to his brethrenof windows for agricultural displays

)9( ur letter was duly received the Tammany Society and came up country trying on one pretext or another to persuade the convention against "the In- and for the work of three hundredand

''Q a reply thereto would say that Trom the ranks of the Democratic democrats to vote the republican ticket, and trusion of politics and economicsin Go Democratic sixty members of Home Demonstration # .i

41 I be glad to answer the quealn organization of New York City. the pulpits and on the platforms Clubs under the guidance .. '
' regard; to the pending cam- The answer to the first have even invaded the public school grounds to dis- of the church." pjpi of Mills Mary Sue Wlgley. ,
lt As know I have vlslt- objection Tallahassee, Fla., October 111.Io.evry .
you tribute their literature school Several leading
children. If growers have
is that even though he were disposed among The bishop alao declared that written
If are several local times and met a to do anything to favor the 'they are so active as this in rock-ribbed democratic the crowning' glory of the twen- s the rounty Alabama between Tallahas- that they will have beautiful yJ
of andattended line
ber your people SHK1 VemorMjMorganizations floats for the
7c Catholic church he would be tieth century was the achievementof parade.
powerless -
{ on one occasion a county, what must they be doing in the big : have swung lion. L. M, Rhodes, i
because rebuked ex-governor
of the fact that it science and again secularism -
9c ling of your local board of would require an act of Congress doubtful states of the North ? and intolerance asking into ntense activity for the national Cary A. Hardee. and Nathan A. I
]p, and have very much en- and state tickets and the talk have
7c and of course the very great majority It is to meet this sort of campaign that the whether children were to be required of bolting has Mayo accepted Invitations to
. the cordial hospitality ex- largely died down, be the y
among speakers.
, c of both the senate and< the National to learn a special brand of b,
d I to me upon my visits.. You house of Committee needs funds according to W. V. Knott state The speakers bureau has receiv- ,
representatives la now religion.
I \ a fine county and one that E S. treasurer and Democratic candl. ed letter tr
Matthews National a from
finance chairman for Doyle F.. Carlton
and always will be composed of The bishop's convention sermon a+r
date for
ga great many possibilities. I re-election. Mr. (
if Protestants they Bradford has which regarded one of the Kuott saying that he will gladly; attend r
r thought though that I wouldto as. predominate county, appointed district chairmen was as has just returned from a western if possible /
l so largely throughout the entire finest heard on like occasions, and his definite announcement -
answer any questions pro- country. throughout the county and loyal members of the was replete with epigrams and trip, made in the Interests of his will be deferred for a R% r. 4

if led by you or anyone else as party are urged to co-operate with these district striking paragraphs.Ills own race in which he I If opposed few days. The committee also,
by the people of Florida Furthermore" this country was by auother Democrat m
as well
f d support a Democratic cane founded upon the basis of the chairmen in raising funds to be forwarded to National style was. pithy direct and by at'epuhllcan. as expects speaker Dr.because Hume MS the principal t
his voice could be clearly heard superior N
for President of the United d right of every man to worship God headquarters. Oppolstlon j
the He to the national tick knowledge of I the citrus industry "
throughout amphitheater.
In the manner that pleased his I
}r LI 1.'r These district chairmen follows et which was aroused immediately of Florida. The social features d
conscience this are as : preached also without notes or at
own anil point waastressed ,
' say) this for one reason, be- by Lawtey-J. L. llarrell. least it he had them before him following the Hmiiloii convention will l be largely In the hands of the
no one more strongly
,'of 1 I the lias au-bsljfcd 1 Marlannu "". '
fact that when the ffprltlio arrival of Woman's Club. '
hail the founder of the Democratic did not refer to them. As his sermon -
' |h needed friends in the North I Starke-F. F. Stump. was fifty minutes In the delivery many Democratic! speakers and The county of Calhoun was the
Thomas Jefferson
both in
't' I' was but one place to wh'ch' party Federal affairs and in the Constitution Starke-J, W. Andrews, Jr. and filled with technicalitiesthat workers, and the In'J'fluselnrUvlly, first to lake official actions, when }, r4

r ,auld turn with any hope of of the State of Virginia of'' Theressa-D. W. Moore. was n remarkable feat In it of Democratic clubs, Mr. Knott:: last Friday the commissioners: do-
I'is and that was to the Demo- self. said He announced that he will nated $310.00( to the Satsuma Orange } },

.t( organlaztlon of the City of I which he was the principal author. Hampton-G. W. Hinson. Among those epigrams and special make short trips In to the rest of I Festival and this will be In t : + r

i York When the Hon. Jef- Besides this, Governor Smith's Graham-C. B. Roberts. paragraphs were the follow- Florida If time permits, but that I addition to Individual exhibits of

|,n Davis was thrown Into prlsho career as Governor has shown that the necessity for constant ntten-- I that county.
Brooker G. ing:
religion had no part in his selec- -; W, Hazen. Lon to his ,
came to his assistance office will make I (
"Religion without Cod! In the unvarying any -
| .furnished his ball, but Tam- tion of men for appointment inNew New River-D. W. Kelly. symptom of a dying civil considerable campaigning impos ATTENiiD: : HOTIMXJ MKKT: : e

', Hall Who also furnished York state. In his cabinet Contributions may be made to any of these ization. sible. J. L. Sllcox represented the

I (ttorney in the person of Chas. omposed of 14 members, there are district chairmen "Party' politics pollute religion, '- -____ I I Starke: Cora Cola Bottling Company 'I
i Connor who was member 10 Protestants 3 Catholics! and 1 or to Mr. Matthews. Each con- but religion purifies politics. HT.\TI; iiio.u/ru :MUSI I,: I at the bottlers service meet-

he Tammany Society, a Cath- Jew. tributor will be receipted for his contribution by "The church 1111 such does not Ml UK'S: IIFI'OR'rMiss : .I Ing held in Atlanta Monday and

Bud at that time the leading In the other appointments of National headquarters. know political parties, nor economic Tuesday of thin week by the Liquid I r'z
ber of the bar in the City of department heads and other prin- I' theories. Florida Williams of Jacksonville I Carbonic Corporation of At-

\ York cipal appointments made either by Prompt action is requested as the campaign is "The church Is bound to teach working under directionof I lanta. Interesting talks were given 1

hen the Republican party at- himself or by the members of his I drawing to a close and what is to be done for the good citizenship and to recognize the State Board of Health In its I by officials of that company on "

i>led on several different oc- cabinet appointed by him, there'!' party must be done now. the Nation as an institution having survey of school children In one I bottling! of soft drinks. Dinner

""us to pass the so-called are 120 Protestants 47 Catholics \' I divine sanction. and two-teacher schools of Florida, I>y the Atlanta branch of the corn-t

'rte Blip which would havd and 12 Jews with four unelassie 'I' l "There are not larking signs In linn been In Bradford county during inny I at the Atlanta Athletic Club' i

I the control of the elections fied. These figures certainly do J our 'own land of the free and home the past three weeks working \was! one of the enjoyable features 4

Southern states in the hands' not show any favoritism to theI"DOh"II" I the rural schools MIIIII Williams (>f the gathering ."
of the brave' of appeals to Caesar '
? .
rte ., Knitnitaa r\t tliafl lallirltnAs _V _._ ,." ____._._ L .
Federal authorities and de- g to curb and fetter religious lib myac.o iu rumpieie ner worn nere .-- IR't

"d the citizens of those states I to the prohibition; I ; ;; question; Forestry Movies' McCO1.LU3f SI'II.IKSJudge III'UN: this week.. She desires to express PLANS OIUII-lt.U: : nit.\WN +

'lie control over their own dec Governor Smith has always been erty."The church must hold knell!f appreciation for the splendid cooperation I-Oil J\IL ADDITION :

''s, every Democratic senator known to be opposed to prohibition Now Under O. O. McCollum of Jacksonville free to preach Christian righteous extended by parents and t y !J'

congressman from New York I as It is now supposed to exist, WayWith spoke at the courthouse ness among Nations, even when it teachers of the schools visited and The board of county commissioners I//; ,i

>d valiantly with the members I and if he took any other position Tuesday evening in the Interests' Is In conflict with government polities. for their apparent wlllliignens to of Bradford county, Florida Il; +

n the South in opposition to than that which he has done, it of Hoover for president, dealing ." do everything possible to Improvethe met In adjourned session with ) rt.
two motor trucks
r efforts and enabled them to I would throw a doubt upon the with the different phases of nat- I In respect to fundamentalismand health percentage of the chil all members present as follows: i ,
with motion machines
at this attempt upon the part Question of his sincerity: and there pictures ional Importance now facing both modernism the bishop declared dren. Louis II. Hill, chairman J. G. +

M Republican party to control fore be a greater reason for peopleto and power generators on the road, parties. A large gathering listened -I that they exhibit more fear Her reports slew a total of 23S Crews J. L. Underhill, G W Illn- fi t ,,r{ pro
Educational sr
the Southern Forestry 1 ?
sections in the Southern states"ielr vote against him. to the speaker and applause was I than faith on both aides home calls made and eleven son and L. R. Gainey 't '

own benefit. Here again he can do nothing of project got off to a !good start In frequent as he scored his points. "People are not kept out of the school visited In these eleven The board was called to orderI"I'4 ,tl
Florida with shows scheduled at '
plainly the people of Floridanot his own accord without the assistance Wellborn and New Harmony Several other meetings have been church by I its creeds so much as. by schools .117 pupils were weighed, by the chairman and then proceeded r

overlook the fact that theof of Congress.. As he has stat- school houses In Suwannee county arranged during the next two Us lack of deeds. ," further said the measured and Inspected and of this to revise the registration

their State was stolen from ed, he believes that the prohibition last week.Interested. weeks for Republican and Anti- orator, who Insisted that the number 261 were found( to have books li .

In the election; of 1876, I amendment as it now exists and Smith speakers at different places church's business' was not to provide physical defects underweight, en- Names were stricken from registration I

''h 1 aCI resulted In the endorse- I the Volstead Act are productive of audiences saw the in the county, Ex..Senator Law so many million dollars for larged tonsils, decayed teeth, or books of those who have i ,c s

It upon the country of the la- I much more Injury to the country story of forest destruction and regeneration rence Y, Sherman of Illinois, being the budget but to awaken In the eye troubles 114 pupils were died or removed from county. f,

,'table administration of Ruth- than good and therefore he would depicted in a three-reel scheduled' to speak at the court- church a fresh zeal for the con- found to be 10 percent underweight Petition which had been previously -

''fd B Hayes. Why then;should attempt to substitute somethingthat I story of life in the Ozark Mountains house tonight. version of souls.in'conclusfon .. 68 specimens for hookworm filed with the clerk wan 1
PIe o r the moral and a two-reel portrayal of ( were sent to the state boardof
Florida or any other would build up Bishop Anderson accepted placing the name of It, t ',
'kern states refuse to supportan forces of the country Instead of the combination of cattle raisingand Fort Pierce-County will repair paid a tribute to Washington Cathedral health for examination and the Hudson Burr on ticket as candidate -

who by his sheer ability, tearing them down as the 18th forestry without wood burn- bridge across Indian river. and re-emphasized his report showed 35 positive cases. I for state treasurer and N. D. "
sty and and the Volstead Act Ing. In addition to motion pictures At four meetings held for the Wainwright Jr e
Integrity in office has Amendment stand against the church participating I on ticket for Justice -
..8 up from > the trucks. are equipped with parents 132 attended the lectures of Peace District No. ;
the ranks to the poof have done. 1 ductlve In party politics In any 2. '
'* 'andidate for the greatest He has been criticized by the lantern slides and Forestry litera growth stands spaces of within Florida the second manner, reminding his hearers given by Miss Williams. Children The board considered the plans ;

8 'In the gft! of the people of prohibitionists for-signing the bill ture. The relation of woods fires that directly affects brought that the church was being suffering'( from any of the causes for addition to county jail as had t

COuntry. which repealed the EnforcementAct to the natural restocking of the and their 71,000 wage "threatened by commercial and political listed canot be expected to main some time .previously been recommended "' ,

hero ball been no question that In New York State. But you land with trees and the possibilities the'tlaBjjer miners depend< ts In Interests which would use tan the class averages of those by the grand jury in their
turpentine and allied
the past) : 35 years the State of must remember that this Act was of reforesting by planting industrTni'!" and the church for their own ends, but who are free from such defects, general report. The architect: wall r
indirectly affects I
York I seedlings were placed before the and while In many Instances they Instructed draw
has been Republican as passed through a Republican As- every Individual in the state by otherwise abuse it. to plans and specifications {- r
'he Majority of its voters and sembly with a majority of at least audience together' with the relation striking at very vitals of social Bishop Anderson went on record are only minor defects they will for said( addition and advertise I

:ng that time the only two oth- ten and was really passed by them of timber growing to general and economic prosperity.In as opposed to "black lists", .saying always prove a handicap and increase for bids on construction of j

andldates that were elected as for the purpose of trying to put the ,farming and local prosperity. addition to the motion picture that there were being made of as the child grows older. same. .

""or of the state of New York Governor in a hole, but he rose to These pictures and the lecturer town, a unit director for the many of the pioneers of thought Miss Williams In anxious to see The board adjourned to meet on

e elected, because of the' split I the occasion as he has always done that accompanies each truck have campaign In ,Florida because! they are ahead of their each child 100 percent lnhealth, Friday, October 28th, 1928. at !0
t U.! been made possible by The American accompaniesthe and attendance, feeling with such o'clock
Republican( party and not and promptly s'gned' the bill, giv- Association two trucks and Is speaking to times. a. m, for the purpose of
Forestry and the
any' other reasons therefor such as conditions existing their work will restoring any names that were erroneously jf
reason. Approxl1r ing as local civic organizations
!" 11(O") : who Florida Forestry Association and and makIng EVA :3HK JOHNS also come up to standard Her stricken from the '
registration I i
t>f the rote of New should satisfy every person l arrangements for the carryingon r
::at t Is of this countryat are being shown In cooperationwith work In Bradford county was books.
R outside of has the real good
the of
City Essay Contests
I the Florida Forest Service. Parent- Mrs. Eva Mae Johns, wife of
\\IV handicapped by the heavy rains
O. W Alderman clerk.
York carried ,
and de- heart and In not away Teachers'
commonly Harry Lee Baker State Forester Associations and Wom Bert Johns of Starke died at her making Impossible many of the J
d !
as the vote" by a fanaticism as to one partlcul- en'
.t'- .I "upstate I states that It I is the desire of the Clubs.' home here Tuesday! morning Oct. home visits she expected to make C. It Coulter with the U. S. J
when there are so many
course that lar thing ql
lewnt : part of the Florida Forest Service that these This la the first time In the hls- 9th folowlng an Illness. of only a before. her departure. forestry department here has collected I

:.. :"it 1 Produces the other things alone of more to Importance.One me would pictures reach every county' In tory of Forestry In the United few days Burial services were ..... forty-five bushed. of slash ,/ +

r'' In es. nepubu-I reason Florida and every rural community States that such a large scale'edu. held at Dedan cemetery Wednesday DH.iTH: OK )lIt. I'MXJ: pine cones for the purpose of securing '
order to be have been sufficient irrespectiveof cational
campaign has been I
bad within the counties. under- afternoon, Col Crosby offlcfatIng seed to be used to grow
'. into this vote else he whether the lawwa' good taken and at Its conclusion It Is | i Mrs. Johns was born In Bradford A. C. Fling, former resident of trees at RalCord These trees will
: have carried State or indifferent, and that is the fact According to Mr. Baker the pine hoped that
the the Starke
message of Forest and known '
county 34 years ago and had over the coun- be furnished to land owners at
; dime upon four differentHut that with the Enforcement Law region covers approximately 17- Conservation will have been car- resided near Starke for practically ty as "Dad" Fling" died at the cost for replanting cut over lands w?
: the in New York, a man was placed In COO.UOO acres and on UO. OO.OOO ried to
people upstate every man, woman and her entire life. Besides her home of Ur Jo). T. Campbell of and several of the larger ownersof
the residents of the City double Jeopardy that is, if be hada acres of the State's) area, nature'swood child In the state.
\"v. Y husband the leaves a mother three Welaka, last Thursday. He was cut-over lands In this section of
,, ,.,1 r''fk recognized: that they pint of whiskey In his possession both and turpentine producing After the Suwannee County pro- brothers and one sister two half burled In the Welaka cemeterythe the state plan to plant considerable
twice factory baa been forced
convicted to
'vernor Smith be could be closedown I
an exe- [tram completed the
moving picture following day. He leaves his i'
sister and half brother.
I a acreage '
;l was not only capable under the Federal Statutes In because the machine. are trucks will move to Bay county .- widow and one child. 4 r +
4 : 'S devoted to the Inter- Federal Courts and under the lacking or crippled. It 1st estimated and then to Escambla county, On Thursday, October 25, some Miami! to get new 50,000
'- ie whom he was serving State Statute in the State Courts. that over one-half of this Idle after which they will work east &0 papers will Issue special Fort Myers has under way a station pas i
airplane and
T\!m'>r and< have therefore"iinut Continued on page 2 land Is to be found In non-pro- ward. '"Know Florida Better" editions. 1100,000 paving program on First senger 000 steel hangar. |27,- f fr

street and Cleveland avenue.


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bill which killed by to the labor engaged In the Indus he will do if Hoover's cold pancake '.
f Interesting lioller Deals native of North Carolina was nom- of them come from New York City was a pocket I Mi'r1I: : ',,KT.
With ciiiocrnllc Candidate) inated and defeated by Whitman; although It has almost half the veto of Mr Coolidge. try. speech is a sample of th e
And Issues Voting ('ountry'' Edward Swann who was from population of the state and at no Contrast with his equivocationthe lIe recognizes that the farmer of man. Hoover has his good points Sunday s< i h.,, ,
4re' Florida, was elected and served time did he appoint anyone whether clear cut statement made by the country has been neglected by We have seen him tried in time oj f at 10.00: 0'lo], : I"n',
i (Continued from page 1.) for six years and our present district he was rocommended by the organization Covernor Smith. There can be no the Republican administration and distress *nd he made good. supt. ''r
attorney Joab A. Banton was of New York County or doubt upon the part of any man' as a class Is consequently in worse A few days after Hoover's ac, Worship snt,, ,I.
It was certainly an unreasonable a native of Texas and has occupiedthat by the upstate Democratic organi- who read his acceptance speech or I financial condition than any otherin ceptance speech Al Smith made hi!s and7.30p: ??, t"'J'
4 !; 4 s and unfair situation office for t the past seven years, zations unless he considered him any of the other speeches made by the whole country and he has powerful speech of acceptance. Ject will b.i ,. D
i Furthermore can there bo salt he still having one year of his sec. qualified for the office which he him as to the position he has taken prrfftilsed to do everything within When I had read It word for woreI Great Life' 01"1,,,,'. ",
,c" to be any tiling as prohibition to- cond term to serve. Also, when I sought and many recommendations upon any question, nor can there his power to secure the passage of thanked Cod for men who hav e Ject will |U),, ""I,
day If so, I do not know where first came to New York lion. Hog- made bj the various organizations bfe any question about his past record legislation that will benefit him the courage of their convictions. Epworth I ',
It Is. Since the Volstead Act ha er A. Pryor, who was a Confederate of the state were turned and give him some of the advantages I knew Al Smith's language. I nlng at 6:4f.: '","
+ } down him because there was As Governor of the State of New lived with a man who was no t Mid-week
the by extended to
boen In effect I have been In more I veteran, was one of judges that have been 't else whose appointmenthe York he has put through an execu- afraid for twenty-six years and 1 evening 'dt.
,' than one-third of the States of' of the highest courts of the city. someone other Industries. He has promisedto at 7
the country, as far west as Kansas At the present time William Harmon believed would be better for tive budget and a reform of the en- conserve the natural resources like that type. AI Smith struck -- -
+ and I have yet to find a sin- Black, formerly of Georgia, the Interests of the people of New tire government of the state and : of the country and to use his every straight out from the shoulders, Btll.r: (
t, i gle tate in which you could not Is a Justice of the Supreme Court. York State. forced the Republican legislatureto Influence and power to have them He told us he did not like prob!.
obtain practically anything you Joseph Johnson also a native of There has been some oppositionI puss the laws to put them Into operated for the benefit of the en- bitlon as it Is (Who does! ) He Sunday<"l lKlckllter. >, '
; desired to drink provided you had Georgia Is Commissioner of Public understand because some people effect by appealing directly to the tire people; to put the great sums said our boys and girls are being "'III',,,,! 'In ,
the money to pay for It and the Works In the Borough of Manhattan misunderstand his position upon people, although they fought him of money that have been expendedby debauched, which is tru. A 1 your children >, '" .*
fh i only difference between the present ; being the highest appointed the Immigration, but I cannot see at every step of the game and only the Government at Muscle Smith says, not for a momen day. ".
day and the time before prohibition official under the Borough President why that should be so lie has gave In when they found that even Shoals to work for the benefitof would he consider bringing back Worship at i i ''
i' Is In the fact that a large Besides this' there are many unequivocally said that he en- their own Republican voters were the people in producing cheaper the saloons; but that he thinks m
; part of the liquor that is being other Southerners who are activeIn dorsed the Democratic platform on : upporting! the Governor's position. fertilizers for the farmers and for some modifications of the laws a Y. P. l'i '",. hal'
I r, Bold to the public today is of bad the New York County organization this subject and that the restriction None of these measures was passed utilization of any surplus power might be' helpful That is not all Junior meets ,,n' ? '
quality and has caused many and who hold responsible' positions upon Immigration must continue of their own free will but all un- for the benefit of the people in the that Al Smith said, he said, the 1\fld-week "s ., ", II. 'toed m]
', deaths and much sickness, which under the City government.In and the only thing that he der the compulsory power of pub- adjoining territory laws he finds on our statute bookshe 7:30 p, m.Jacksonvihe.
would not have resulted except for this connection I might also took exception to at any time was lic opinion created by Governor lIe has promised to bring will enforce, and I' believe he -- .
+ the attempt to deprive people of mention the fact that Frederick the basing of the ratio upon a cen- Smith. about a re-organlzatlon of the will as nearly as It is humanly i .: "
something that they desired to Stuart Greene, who was a nativeof sus which was now 38 years old. During his! entire administrationhe National Government and the abol- possible for a president to do. issues' as follow ',"
w j have. I served here for two and Happohannock County, Virginiaand If It were based upon a later census has had to fight the Republican ition of unnecessary and overlapping Presidents are by no means all- sewers $.lOn.>n.." "" ''l(,
one-half years as an Assistant District a graduate of the Virginia It would not Increase the num- organization of the state to I offices to the end that the expenses powerful. The upper and lower $200,000 for "J, 'hl\lO"'
t Attorney and therefore know Military Institute at Lexington ber of immigrants although It prevent them from giving away jo of the Federal Governmentmay house have a say in making and Ing main stn i.,, 11.<1 *'

L' h,' + I >ometl. ' ', ant since then have been Smith in his first term as Commis- of some of the countries. That Is, the Immense water powers ownedby use his Influence for the ad- I party has had the balance of power have noticed th., ,
constantly i firmly believe.; that there is noth- he was reappolnted'when he came'jack number of immigrants and some River and other bodies of water I ment for the benefit of the people they enforced the dry law? No always have a ,, f
j '' ing that has been more productive for his second term, and upon less! than they are now having under where power enough could be gen- I and to conduct the office of presi- Look at conditions under CoolIdge's Inquiry brings i "" 'JlI',
of a disregard for all law and or- the re-organization of the State the present statute. He did, erated to supply electricity to the dent of the country upon the high- administration, year by year these chains tin,. ,-
''r't i der than the 18th Amendment and Government the governor made however state that he believed entire State -of Now York. They est possible plane for the benefit the liquor question has grown of chance or elf'' 'rn,
t+ the Volstead Act. The trouble is him Commissioner of Public that there should be some modi actually had contracts prepared to of the entire people of the country worse. More young men and women drivers are i"ll: t h.
t, r t that people are not willing/ to be Works, which Is the most Impor- float Ion of the statute which would give away a large part of It but and not for the benefit of the fa- are drinking now than ever be- cars. The than, ,ll!
1 '; L ; ,, eat and drink and consequently under nls control are the construction I. I and certainly that seems to taken by Governor Smith they Republican administrations. bribery, thieving In high and also to a.'I i h tl
and maintenance of all the were afraid to carry out their nefarious places, rascality, and violation of duct
the criminal element have before be a humane proposition. If a man 'he manner In which he has kept electricity to run' ,,,,,.
} them constantly the fact that our highways and bridges of the state, becomes a good citizen here, he designs. promises made to the people of the laws, now that ever before !In the the car to the ,''''','" ., ;,?
' ,yj best citizens have all been obliged the: canals, waterways, public should be allowed to bring In his Among other things that the State of New York when he was a I history of our country. We need a let It be dlBslpati" \\u\, \ llId'|, '
t 1t at some time or ,other to violate Buildings and everything of that wife and children from the other Governor has accomplished duringhis / candidate for governor Is a guarantee change, and need It badly and strange to say, i J' *, n rated'he'
l ; the statute. nature. side either by allowing them to be various terms as governor and to the people of the United right now. Our hope Is In the certain kind of hutvnr, ,, ,ha],
.It. is. uovernor posuioithat u.u! I Resides this, there Is no reason brought In with the quota in pref- legislator" were the passage of the States that he will keep the prom- Democratic party. It has NEVER big> trucks are nn.i. ,"i t, 'IM
'o. ; j ll the people of each staleshould for a Democrat to be ashamed of erence to any other people or else Child's' Welfare Act, the establish- Ises that he is making to them in failed the people and will not now.I rubber tires beliik ii., ""I K(., ,tha|, ,
; ; be allowed to determinefor or to apologize for the Democratic that an exception should be made ment of Widow's Pensions, the increase this campaign am going to trust It, by castingmy average tires in, m"<, Mlir
y '
t t themselves what degree of pro organization in New York County. This of course Is a matter of statutory In the activities of the pub- There Is no equivocation in vote for Al Smith for presidentand the roadway form, of. !, ',?,y t, ii(?
I have been Intimately conected regulation by Congress.But / lic health service of the state, the other Democratic candidateson flcient
hlbltlon they desire. This wouldgive this matter upon his part and there quaiitlt\ in> n,M 1 Ilre, ,to,>
'1 ," ? a state In which the majorllj with It for the past 33 years and'of all of the foregoing are real- Improvement of the conditions un- will be no attempt when he be- down to coroner. contents of UK'' tin' i h mt,, ( l 0(
t 9 I truthful- ly of small in this der which'the unfortunates in the MRS W. S. WEST, SR.Editor's .
M P of the people were dry an upper. my own knowledge can consequence comes president to create an alibias especially true 'ot I I i'i' tad .'
Iy that during" that time there campaign when there are Issues at Insane asylums of the state, where ( Note-Mrs. West Is a line trucks
t tunlty to have such laws as the y say to why he did not do what he whom in,> ,{den| of(
' desire In regard thereto, which! has been no political organization stake that are of so much more Im- when he became Governor the condition ,promised when he was a candidate cousin of Mr. H. W. Ralford of I chain dragging" on Hi I ,.,',unjnated. I
i laws could be much more readlli y In any City or populous county of portance to the people of the country were a disgrace to the people ,, 'This can be absolutely relied upon Ralford, and Is remembered by While th. "..rdiimhandlse .
enforced than! the present prohlbl the country that has had a higher and particularly to those of the of the State of New York, as I and there is therefore every reason many citizens in that section. Her on the int. IUK-K n,
tlon law, and at the same time 1 II t standard than the Democratic organization South Are the people of Florida thousands! more were housed In ;why every good citizen of the coun- husband, who died a few years. not be inflammable" >\ 'Iall t
;l would allow a State which was pie of New York county. going to join with the bootleggersand buildings than they could properly try and particularly every democrat ago, was United States Senator the trucks are tuknu. n, rP
domlnently wet the opportunity tc It' is true that because' we. are turn away from their political accommodate under any reasonable should do evereythlng in their from Lowndes county. Georgia) on lightning 01 tin, mil, ex,,
have liquors of such alcoholic content successful we are attacked. by Republicans associations of these many years circumstance; new buildings | power to secure the election of TRUCK: TIHKS: AUK) (H<:X. ons. So when t'''II. 'h, rl]
as they desire. In taking this In all mahners, both fair because of Imaginary objections were built to care for them; he j ,Governor Smith and along with KltTOKS OP KMOCTKICITV: : dragging and illnkua 'heof
yr position he takes a stand In line und unfair, and at most times with and vote to Install In power the has built hundreds of miles of the i1: rim a Democratic senate and houseof the big trucks |PU' |I' u n
lj with the policy of the Democraticparty ) aboslute falsehood as to the real party which has always been best roads In the country representatives at Washington Chains DriiKRlnK/ ; / at the Itcnr of the driver knows" Iral
since its Inception, that ol t farts about any situation which against Its Interest and which has out the entire state to thrOUgh-I' We are doing everything possi- Rig/ T"II'ksM' to Conduct and he has it (Iran/ i I' I "", 01
1 & states' rights, and he believes In r they claim to be wrong The City turned over the public domain to benefit of the farmers lit 1 ble to that end In the State of New J'I.'t'I'tldty: to the Ion of his truck "nd", I ,n'and
; letting the votes of the people decide today is more free from crime and Its pet corporations for exploitation their produce to market; he has 'York and( have nominated the (;round. himself Son ,d i if.: ,u
It and not the vote of a leg vice than! any city In the world and at the expense! of the peopleof promoted such legislation for the I strongest possible state ticket, trio wizard may thud(! m IT
a islature. made so by Democratic officials. the country and put In office a benefit of the farmers of the state headed( as it Is by Franklin D. of storing this lnit"'I', ''d! .pr
e After the repeal of the Enforce Of course in the thousands of man whose sole claim for support and secured( large appropriationsfor ]Roosevelt[ for governor, and I be- At the rear of every big truck his truck on the mi 'IK lid
I d ment Act of New York State Governor employees in New York City there has been made upon the ground the extermination of tuberculosis ('love that the state Is not alone traveling the roads Is a chain ,that the chains will nni' ""t> .,. 'I''
,q Smith called together a. will come times when some will go that the Republican party was responsible among their cattle and the going to cast Its electoral vote for hangs from the body of the truck the ground any lime. I nor:
pjI} a meeting of the District' Attorneys,, wrong but those occasions are few for the prosperity of tire protection of the milk supply; he I Governor:: Smith, but also to elect a and drags on the ground says the Juice will be hnrne<9ul<1 '" 'h,
t the Sheriffs and other law enforcement and what there have been have country and who promised to con- has caused the extension of the I Democratic state ticket. Florida Public Utilities Informa- of man as our en' i'lie \ zjrdinessed
ofllcerH of the State'of New, been prosecuted and punished by tinue the policies oof his Republican park system of the state; he has I Vote and work for one of the tion Bureau. So many people I the llghtnliu
York and told them that, whilethere I democratic District Attorneys predecessors In office. done more to promote the cause of greatest men the country has ever
i was no state enforcement Contrast thin with the situation We know that the Republican 'education! than was done in a century reduced and no one will ever needo
act, yet the Volstead Act was a law Washington where cabinet officials party has nothing whatever to do I before he took office;; the appropriations ? apologize for any act of his
r of the entire country and It was I Ii and other high employees of with the prosperity of the country I for public education ) v irhlle president and the whole)
i 1 their duty to assist the Federal officers the Government bartered away as they cannot control the seasonsor from I tile beginning of his firstj I I'ountry will acclaim him at thud e
t f In the enforcement of the, the heritage of t the people for filthy the rains which produce good 1 term: of office to the present year | of his term. T<> the 5000 who daily!
), statute. As a result a very large lucre and the former Chair crops! and If they were able to ]have Increased from $11,5i4.597ien I trust the foregoing may be of
h'+ proportion of the arrests under the man of the National Committee of make such a claim why theshould I to $88,197,507! an Increase of $74- [ some use to you and may have the
Volstead Act have been made by the Republican organization and, they also not take respon- 643,000, and done so many other effect of bringing; home to some become owners of tie! |
the in : for and the, things that it would require pages
? police New York City, by other responsible Hepubllcniib sibility the hurricanes who may be wavering In their allegiance -
; the state police, and by the police were concealing the fact that real estate speculation that have, to detail them all. to their party, the fact
and other officials In the other cities 1200,000 of the United States: been so disastrous to Florida in So well has he accomplished all that It Is for their own good and
h and counties of the state and bonds(' received by Sinclair ax part the past three years. Certainly, If of these things that at various the good of their country that they new Ford car
fly the only difference therefore has of his profit from the Teapot Dome they can claim credit for the workof times even the Republicans have should vote for the entire Demo-
''r been that the defendants have deal were delivered by him to t the the Almighty In producing good felt themselves obligated to compliment cratic ticket .
''v 1i been tried In the United States said Republican Chairman to enable crops t they should be willing to him upon the work that he Sincerely your brother, .f..
s 4Jt'' court Instead of being tried In the him to pay part of the debt take the blame for the storms has done. A. WELLES STUMP, 1h
{ tt I tl I state courts. contracted for campaign expenses which the same power sends across In the Constitutional Convent --- -,-
Furthermore the governor had In the election of President Hard- the country. tion of 1015 his work was highly WHY! I AM FOR Al. SMITH
attx pledged himself to enforce all lug:, No stronger language could Anyway, I canot see where the praised by Ex-U.': S. Attorney General ,
Federal statutes and when he says have been used In condemnationof great prosperity In this country is Wickersham and lion. Ellhu Editor Valdosta Times:
,j t this he means It. and you can depend these oil deals than were used existing' today. So far as I can observe Root, whit, was the presiding officer First, I am a southern woman.
d upon a much better enforcement by the Supreme Court of the there are three classes of of the convention and who stated That should be enough.
t of the Volstead Act as long United States when the matters people who have been prosperousthe In his tribute of admiration and Second, I was born In '65 and re- f: ..
ti as it remains a part of the law of I came before it and certainly that ; last two or three years; the praise the following: member some of the injustices Imposed -'
'r the country than it has had during : court, which was composed of a stock brokers, the automobile "Of all the'men in the conven- on the southern people by I
''rt the past 7 1.2 years under the He- majority of Republicans, would manufacturers land the bootleg tion. Alfred E. Smith Is the best carpetbaggers.Third THE service! obligation of Included in the Free 11
tE t publican administration.It not so have expressed itself had gers, and by far the most prosperous Informed on the business of the I am for prohibition first, the Ford Motor Service is a cheek
9 l is not better to have a man as there not been reason and justification of all have ben the latter. State of Sew York." last, and all the time, and judging Company spection the
Qe president who Is honest enough to for their act. Where Is the prosperity for the Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler, the the future by the past, I am afraidto and its dealer organization up of the battery,
;j tell the people where he stands You have the further spectacle farmer and for the manufacturerIn president of Columbia College, In trust the Republican party with is now growing at the rate generator charging rate, tael
.' upon every public question and of the Republican Secretary of most lines of trade What kindof conferring upon him a degree from the enforcement of the Volsteadact. of 5000 cars a day. It Is to distributor, the carburetor!
P .a who will enforce the law as It ex- State of New York who wn-elect- prosperity Is it that has caused said college In 1926, among other these new car owners that adjustment, light, braWM;
1st* Instead of having a man ed tour years ago being convicted the failure of more than 4,000 things said of Governor'Smith: Fourth I did not make up my this message is addressed. shock absorbers, tire in"*I
,A ; who !is being interpreted by his before Republican judge and bunks during the term of the last "Since manhood a contsant and mind who I wanted in the White Tlif I
+ i l country to be bone dry and in other with a Republican prosecutor, of two Republican presidents? eager public servant in posts of House until I read the acceptance The new Ford is a remark lion and steering gear.changed
'' parts, such as New York, to be malfeasance in office and the use As to his promise to continuethe steadily growing Importance and speech of both candidates. Hoov ably fine car for one that engine oil! i itf also |
it, willing to consent to a modification of public funds for her own pur policies of his Republican'predecessors authority; alert, effective, public- er's came first and my mind was costs so little. It Is simple in and chassis lubricated
P4 'j of the Volstead Act. Two examplesof poses. Never In my time have I does he mean that the spirited and courageous; constantly fixed then and there that I did not whatever! u .
this latter position are Otto heard of Democrats even charged) depredations of the Falls the Den- speaking the true voice of the want a man In the White House design, constructed of the No charge material!
i Kalin, who Is one of the leading/ with such crimes and certainlynone bys, the Daiighertys, the Millers, people." whose big speech made you feel finest materials, and built to made for labor or
T ; bankers of the city and former have been convicted. the Forbes and others of that kind In the spring of this year, In introducing you were trying to digest a cold unusually close measureIncidental to this in+pecW
1, t' ; Senator Wadsworth, both of whom Take also the Republican organ- are to be continued? Does he mean him to a meeting of the soggy" pancake. Hoover's heart ments. service, except "llrre w
d ,, are wet and both of whom havo rzatlont! like the Vare organizationIn that the Republican policies' of bar association! Hon. Charles EvI was not in that speech. You see It pairs are ncces arv lenv
//I publlcally stated that nothwlthBtandlng Philadelphia, the Tompson or- turning over the natural resources I I ans Hugh( the Republican candi- has: not been long since Hoover are the reasons it accident, iirg'fit.'! or mis-1'
wi ? that they are wet they are ganization in Chicago, the Republican of the country to their political date for president in 1918 after was on the fence as to which partyhe performs so wonderfully.of
supporting Hoover because they organization In Clnclnattl. supporters ,for exploitation Is to racltlng tha many accomplishments belonged but when the ambi- These are also the reasons use.
a believe he presents the best opportunity Pittsburgh and all other cities be continued and that the huge 'of the governor: added as follows; tion to be our president took pos- its service requirements are The: labor ol teJnSin! $
r r' for a modification of the where tho Republicans have been I Investment of the Government in "lie long since became a mem- session of him he managed to fall so few and the up-keep cost the engine; oil sail: huSrkJ"so :
Volstead Act In control and the Democratic or- Muscle Shoals is to lie dormant because I ber of high distinction of the fine off the fence OH the side that had )low. ins the! chassis: j is, .ii*o free,
Now as to the third question, ganization of New York County the president has been Unable of public servicetheAmerican seven million more votes than the charge +13II:.Je
that of Ma aflMlutlon with the would compare as a church society to get congress! to pass a bill I peerage. We have watched other side. Welt, as Brother Bas- When you receive i your although a
'l Tammany Society and the. Democratic with a band of bootleggers. Why allowing the property to be turned I him, some of us carefully, all com Anthony said About A, Smith, new ccr, the dealer will explain for the new oil
: organization of New York then should any Democrat refuse over to private corporations who :with fasclnntlon. The title that he Hoover Is not my kind of a man the simple little tilings. We belies th.n n >hen t ran
State. Why should any Democrat to support Smith upon this ground. would have little thought of the I holds Is the proudest title that any Then Hoover was in the cabinet that should be attended .pee. the good eft"" of this,
j object to this I have already Furthermore the Democratic organization reason for which this investment American can hold because it 1 U.a > when, all that scandal was goingon to & wdl,!' !
shown Y'ou'what the Tammany Society of New York Countyhas was made, that Is the productionof title to the esteem and affection in' the Republican party. I regular Intervals to insure inspection you muIJl'.Y
I and the Democratic organi- always consistently In the general fertilizers for the farmers of of his fellow citizens-Governor don't say he was a party.to It, but best performance. Ha to have it done rout
zation of New York State' has elections supported every man the country, and would utilizer it Smith"' how'could he help knowing there will also tell you something throughout the iiii' '01

meant to the South In the past, nominated by a Democratic' con- ilely for their own benefit and the These' quotations from men of was something "rotten" II). Den- of his own facilities for doCUE. *
A k but you also want to consider the vention whether or not (hey supported mnaner In which they could make high standing and from newspapers mark. Well, to come down to ing this work promptly and I"' yoO
r fact that New York has a very him 4n the convention. It the most money out of it? both Democratic and Republican brass! tacks Hoover is just a "weak at email cost. Wherever jo"I'onl dealer;
large Southern population and that Is true that they were not success- This latter subject of Muscle can be continued great sister." will find the
y, W\\
,, fs practically all of them, even if ful in all cases but the most notable Shoals was referred to by Mr. length, but enough has been shownto I received a copy of ,the Hoover With the purchase of your very helpful In ."
i they are not active in politics, are ones in which they were successful i Hoover In his speech In Tennesseeon see what is thought about his Bulletin the other day. Maybe ear, you are entitled to Free your car In &;00.1.,] rUlnlInspection
supporters of the Democratic organization were those of.: Clevelandand Saturday, ,which public state- ability and integrity by his political some of my friends. thought they Service by order for many tlJou, lnof
and of Governor Smith. Wilson( Mr. Bryan lost in ment required an additional state- opponents.He were doing missionary work. Well dealer at 500 1000 your of miles al a n..IUI11UUl
1 When I first came to New York New York State but it was not because ment by one of his supporters In has promised that so far as hey did me a good turn for I had 1500 and trouble and expt'lIe.
we had as District Attorney here J, of lack of support by the organization ,Tennessee shortly after making the he is concerned, there will be no been> wondering what would become miles. This service id cIa
I R. Fellows, who waga native of in New York Countyand speech and again the coming out Interference with any fair and of Andrew Mellon. In the due you and we urge you to lie operate tlneer! :
'l'' Arkansas, and during the past 36 while he lost In New York yesterday of a statement by the equitable tariff, none except where Bulletin In scare head letters this take full advantage of it. factory dupcr! *'! jon a"1"1 td
years there have been but two can State he also lost In the greater candidate, and after reading all there has baen an unjust discrimination question Is asked, "Suppose you Proper care during this been trained and. t''luII'P
e i dldates named by the Democratic part of the states of the country. three, it anyone can tell what Mr.\ as there was in favor of the had these three men, Coolidge breaking'in period dot this 0\
t organization of New York countyfor Furthermore, Governor Smith Hoover would door attempt to do aluminum trust controlled by Mr. Mellon and Hoover working for 10 !
the office of District Attorney has never during his term as Gov- with Muscle Shoals, it Is more than Mellon and his associates where a yon, would you discharge them?" the means life a great deal to ,-,' rronij>ecenamtr'Vy'tl/i thf.d( :
who were not Southerners. JamesW arnor favored the Democratic organization I have been able to do. lie evIdently large Increase was made by Presi- Now friends I am for prohibition of your car. ly and
Osborne a native of Virginia of New York County in Intends to leave himself In dent Coolidge without any reason and I don't want Mellon, that
t was nominated and defeated by the matter of his appointment. Of I the position where he will be able except to Increase the profits of arch distiller and bootlegger, bossing -
tA d l9 i Jerome; George Cordon Battle, a Us cabinet of fourteen but three 1 to veto an act such as the Norris4ClYN the trust and without any benefit i my president, and that Is what FORD MOTOR CoMPA'i' \

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the government of which they "Gasoline Alley' famous by his I

in Short have been' forced to remain a part original cartoons, is now makinghis
of Florida Paragraph home during part of the year
Federal bayonets bristled In
The Dalton Record published In
In. Florida. \Mr. King Is buildinga BRADFORD
a representative Georgia town and Southern capital\ and hundreds of .
beautiful home at Largo Vistaon
awake to the necessity! for contin other Southern communities. Negroes the shore of Lake Tohopekallgaat .

i Live: State News ]J uance In practically the of South Democratic its entire recently editorial, white gave rule page over, placed, and filled on In the our some bench-Ignorant legislative places! were assemblies even ex- Ita his te Klssimmee.studio. during where hU he stay will in have the High School Journal

to politics and talked strong and slaves who had no more conceptionof
what they to be
Democrats who were supposed
patiently to
Purchase of the Lake Region, asemiweekly
hesitating and even thinking doing than did their Infant chil- 1
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES about voting for a Republican dren. Presiding over the degradation publication, published -- >

president. The Record In one of of the South were the Republican at Eustis, Florida., with all the TORNAOOKH HINT: : \I.\Cln'A 1tI<:'.. CARLETON ADimKSSKHHTUDKXTM : +

...,. ... ab party's representatives and building had 11OMK: LIME :
---- .-_.._ ---- its columns tells of the totally equipment plant ;;: TODAY IX FIRST
w.- n-'W' surd assumed by former men who Invaded the South not -
position E. M. Brewster
been announced by ?
The Daylonlan, Fort Myers-Bringing a record while war was raging, but after I
k'O \ Drlt1 high followers of Tom Watson who are editor of the Hastings Herald nod A young ambitious football The third, of a series of line 14 I
,hter of the price of $8.10 per box on the the flags of the Confederacy had
f. !IIRYtalI nn> now shouting for Hoover and gives squad the Bradford Tornadoes desire talks, which are featuring the '
arrived here New York maket carload of Carl Warfleld formerly associated
lane a ex been furled. They came to superintend r
bit of the famous Senator -
\ a
to show! the good people of weekly chapel exercises, was givenby +
[ ) to tra fancy
Charleston grapefruit from the W the 'putting of black Growers'
'um, with the Hastings Potato
own language in reference to rl
,da' this town a thing or two and they Rev. Carleton the Episcopal
,f. of O. Masters '
export Pine Islandin
grove on heels white necks. Backed
foreign on by
on"'' it It Lee the former secretary of commerce. Association but latterly with the. hope to do It this! very afternoonfor church, during our chapel period d
,,f the season! county was quickly disposedof federal bayonets, they took charge
Ida" ,II, It wouldn't do any good to quote G. W. Waller company. today I). U. S. Is host to a par- last week. 4 ,
this week for LiverI Tuesday according to a wire of the public offices, looted state "t
Tom Watson on Hoover, or anybody
; received here from D. H. Lamons, treasuries. Intimidated Democratswho ty of young Stalwarts from Ala- Rev, Carleton, by use of timely .
else, for that matter, but the
sales agent for shipments handled were'terrible were politically active, and cliua High. who have come hereto Illustrations, made clear to the Ite 1 !. t, ?
things he sold> andIt
_Local head- l by the Lee County Packing would have been thought thatWatsn's announced it was the settled policyof i assist Coach Ray's proteges In toners, the similarity of life to "j s't' w
I t'tr bor- of giving; Starke her first football warfare, and the fact that neither r a
United States company this city. This price followers would have remembered their party to keep the South Pifbii1MILEAGE
Derr been removed from is the highest paid In New York They are now makinga under Republican rule-which game In history. can be successful without prep ..rednelltl. .' '
s0p1 various of- for citrus fruit this and is Feint what the local boys will '
mil the season, fuss in Georgia in opposing the meant negro rule--for all future :
I Pie iitlon have been asd thought to establish a new record regular Democracy as usual and time." show Is not known however, for Prof. Dowling In a short talk 1 ?

81, ,rot cities along the for Lee county fruit. .I and Mr. Hoover just the man to The Herald goes on to tell of the dally workouts come and go called upon the students to consider e '
the It Is becoming more and more evident '+
reason for any In studies this! i + ,
'he suit their needs and desires. But the efforts! made by President
ns. of a lack of Leesburg-Collection of license that volume one of I the Tornado year as Impossible and to take
,,,,-ause, the Democracy is not well represented Johnson to have the South spared
IffSID' this vicinity, It and Inspection fees by the state SALE grid outfit Is of decidedly\ their work seriously! giving moro ;
,, I c i 111 by such\ a movement. The the horrors lie foresaw. Vetoing i for
', hotel department from residentswho South Is Democratic for good and several measures which were de- uncertain! quantity. Of course little time to study and prepartlon for ,t .
,tar rent could be expected this year but Blesses, In the
apartments or rooms In sufficient reasons, and has been signed to further' Impose upon the I nn attempt to keep f.l
their homes to winter ''at the mime time It was hoped thata grades .
'T'blckard.arrlved accommodate on a high
I..: united against the Republican party South it was only to see' his vetoes '
lam> ., to complete plans turlsts, will be registered by since the War between) the over-ridden. Things went on for s3 r little more talent would be uncovered Mrs. \%'all upciH a few moments
Sa the Leesburg Chamber of Com- by t now. There is no
UK of the greyhound States. ten years with the South valiantly teaching the Htixlenl-body some of
'heIs which he merce. The organization; voted ata from doubting tho fact that the boys we worthwhile Ot
around our most hymns.
,, Reprinting an editorial the fighting for life. The election of
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l .unlink. .makot __. _.
of directors furnish liiiva urn flh.iwlnu nod -
"Coney meeting to I Ia'
: ,, second Record Tilden and the t theft' .P. '
HI a Albany. (Da.) Herald the of electoral I IsI TI'.U'lII.Jt'l'fTI'SU
'Id "Something legal counsel for bringing Injunction ti \Urge football players HIU! once : ; ': 'O.\VK.\-: i,
said says that this! explains "what votes to defeat him were told of
hit their stride we expect to TInS + ,
the the de-
aboi't proceedings against
Ihl> < I.i, be done Southern Democrats who vote the but the developments of 1876 were '
dollar\ pier partment's employee who demand have a smooth running machine. 'j.
111"' u i u million Republican ticket must forget. enough to solidify the DemocracyIn i
,, fees from the citizens whose Hut this must be done right away .
premIses The entire Bradford factulty attended '
Ik.lt'lI.' The editor of the Herald has been the South. 'The attitude of the sI d
ana are not maintained primarilyfor ns the football season li well\ un- the district teachers' convention f
appealed to by an old-time Demo- Republican party toward the South '
---Antonio Glaco- accommodation to the public. crat to tell the Georgians why a has never changed," declares! the derway. Friday lit Gainesville. ",
Ljohi' Montano? of New Or- Southern Democrat 'cannot vote Herald. "The white man controlsIn You will not ba disappointed In Because of thin the school doors '

I, arrested' here recently as Orlando-Florida's commercial the Republican ticket without for- the South today simply becausehe seeing! a scrap this afternoon as were closed from Thursday until J :Sl }r' '

;, In connection with the citrus crop for the 1928-29 season getting things that are hard not has fought his political oppres- the boys are expecting to get some Monday, giving the students! a It i
is have pleaded guilty to was estimated at 18,000.000 boxesn to remember. In this article It is sors till they wearied of the struggle revenge from their recent over- three-day vacation. :' f

Ian and bond of $5.000Jlsed a statement issued here Sun- argued that the political solidarity realizing that the spirit of in whelming defeat at the hands of I ; bi s '

| for each. They arrived day by the bureau of agricultural of the South came after the Re- dependence-the spirit of states' That what our proposition High Springs, B2-0. OIAMJK MADK IN PKRIOOH: J.\ .

lampa short of funds, they said, economics of the United States De- publican party had stolen the rights-could never be conqueredIn comes right down to. The Alachua boys like ourselvesare ---

1 were In need of ready cash. partment of Agriculture. Oranges presidency and Inaugurated the the men who had followed Lee Mora Mil tJAtJ in the inexperienced in the arts of 1\ !
i S including tangerines were estimated "carpet-bag regime" In the South. and Jackson and Gordon and their football and their only advantage After some experimentation, a
LksonvlllePerry is to get a at 11,000,000 boxes and Says the newspaper: sons." And these are things that quality of COODYEARALLWEATHER : over us Is their heavier weight, change In the schedule! of periods J x''

Lood mill of one of the large grapefruit at 7,000,000. This "For the Republican party the Southern Democrat must for- but. we expect to entertain themfulfy was decided upon the last week. I j' :1'\1\

mobile manufacturing con- represents fruit to be moved by through Its full control of the federal get if he casts a vote for a Republican TREAD Balloon Tires and give a good account of The physical education period, I

| the country. The Graft rail and boat and Includes express government delivered the for president of the United -"The World's Great- ourselves. which was originally from 10:15: \ L tt

,.page of Is erecting a plant toy shipments, the statements said, South to its tormenters to be pillaged States. est Tire." The. probable lineup is as follows to 11 a. m. has been moved to the j:11 IC

hardwoods tolody adding that in ear lots this represents and plundered, to be humiliated last period In the afternoon, three
| aiiwnslon-cut As thed ays go by It seems that Moro Mileage at low : more' rj V
Mich., approximately 48,000 cars, and degraded, to have Its! o'clock. This change gives '
factory at Wayne, there was much more noise than cost because at our lov/ Canova and Duncan, ends. time for the coaching of athletics "
JEvansvtlle. Ind. The mill Isg exclusive of express movement. leaders Imprisoned and threatenedwith Moore and Graham, guards.
energy behind the outcry that pro- prices you pa.y no more In the afternoon. ; t;
death. The
of $150- carpet-bag regime -
| erected at a cost! for these GOOD YEARS Inman, center. j.
Green Cove Springs-Mrs. Aug- was the darkest period of claimed a new sort of citizen for Raymond, quarter.

usta L. Wattles, mother of Ben Southern history The Southern the South-a Hoover-Democrat. -and often even less- McDonald and Cox, halves. Unfortunately, there are many ;yt

Ji Pierce A virtually\ completeLy Wattles, was fatally injured at 8 The number of men and women thru you are asked fir \Moore, fullback. more attractive girls than boys In. rr

Republican\ ticket has been o'clock Thursday morning when Miss Mary Lee Wynn visited her who are ready' to renounce their unknown tires. A large crowd la needed and expected. this school. The majority of us i!

I,,Bed and filed for the Novem- she was struck by a truck drivenby cousin. Mrs. Clarence Roberta of Democracy by voting for a Repub- More Mileage from our Not only Is the team In men are uncouth, ungentlemanly J 1 ?

Icounlv election. The ticket a negro while assisting her Lake Butler last Saturday and lican candidate will not be large service that keeps your need of nuances, but more moral unlovely, brutes. It's too bad. '.
I nominated at a county Repub- grandchlldrefl into the school bus Sunday enough in November to greatly aid tires fit for duty over support. A poor crowd at this ,t r a SAn

jn convention here with nomln- in front of the home of her (slaughter Miss Reba Maxwell, who is the party now in power in continu- mite: of the long, game will dishearten the boys to epidemic of sneezing, with a -

I1' made subsequently by a, I Mrs. Howard Osmore, on the teaching! at Hellbronn Springs, ing through the next four years. every economical mileage' built a !great extent while a largo! crowd few bad colds. swept the school :' a.
'oUIe In two cases where the I Starke highway, two and a half spent the week-end with her mother The people of the South have donea and plenty of rooters will help lots the past week. The one deficiency
fcntlon nominees declined to miles from town. Mrs. Wattles Is Mrs. J. M. Maxwell. great deal of thinking this year into them at the factory. to put t the old game on the right of t tho plan of the Bradford ;1

llfor candidacy I said to have turned after having Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Bennett of political thinking-for the situ- Buy your tire mileage I side of the ledKt'r.Adml8sIon High building, lit i that there are .l, ,

placed the children in the school Hawthorne, visited here this week. ation ,was unusual and trying to from us-nowl! will he 25 and 50c. HO many draughts In the halls and 'n ,t t

.lIsl1a88ee. -A total of 100 I bus. stepping into the path of the W. B. ,Alexander and family, many who have steadfastly! sup- Came starts at 4:00: p. m. classrooms. ; '

-rsas killed In Florida during truck, which dragged herthirty or were visiting In Gainesville last ported the white man's party here. e
month of August, that la if, all forty feet before going Into the Sunday.Rev. The sky appears to be clearing as Iil'I'lm\m: MIRVII'11MT.tTlN TKKM: : TOPICS No portion of Starke la more

|ten killing them sent In their ditch Dlckson of Jacksonville the past Is recalled and the promises NO. :iiMtarke --- worked up about the presidential

lit, (lane to the state depart- will preach at the Christian church of the platforms and nomineesare P I very 45 minutes, when the campaign than the D, 11. S. student -

ptor game and fresh water flap, l\Iacclenny-Two women and a next Sunday.Mr. better understood. The South FlorlcLii rltiHKes dlsmusH nine rooms fulls of body. From the political excitement -

(equlred by law. This was a man held In the Baker county Jail and Mrs. T. F. Brown were will remain In the Democratic col students at the same time the the boys and girls are t, y' $ +

jrcase 1\8 compared with 1927, today faced life Imprisonment visiting in Starke last Sunday. umn. -- halls get rather congested. If registering you'd think they could ,, ,
In JI2& tags were returned by they were convicted at Macclenny ---.-- -.-- .' Home of the Tornadoes' backfield vote. At the same time, all thin Ylk

lismen for the month of Aug- yesterday In connection with tho will flash as much borkenlleld running should! he quite permlsHable, because ?!?p'. n

kidnapping and assault of a 13- against: Alachua today as they all of these students will Jt '

year-old girl. Those convictedwere t 1r <: i1 do hurrying through these halls eventually be old enough ; some, dr" I

|!Uomi: Preparations are going Murrell Bird, 22; Annie : ; t from classes, they should reel off perhaps, will still bo going. to +

and I m rather feverish fash- Uoatrlght, 35, and Ruth Boatright I It Home long gains. School And then, the clamorlnga a
hm for the large Influx of 40. They were accused of kidnap \ of them youngsters' are Interesting;

'CI, tourists expected during the ing the" young girl and then the ::1 Another wealth of pretty girlsIn inasmuch as they reflect the sentiment ,

ling tourist season Predicts man Is alleged to have attackedher. high school this year. Ilrad- of voting families of

an in order that one of the Bird, was charged with the : ford'haa so long been used to haying Starke. One can get about ai much

Ueai, migrations In the history more serious crime. The women ; ; more beautiful young ladleR proof an to how this section will "

[he state take place. Trains were held as accessories. Conviction than any other high school, that vote by listening to the arguments* I

steamship services are being on the accessory as well as the the boys really; don't appreciate arising from a group of students, !

|oo 'm irder and civic Improve- chief charge carries life imprisonment the honor na much as they should. an anywhere else
Maarc being made. officers said. sJfae'
S .
a'lol1lBl'achThe tanlc acid ., Snick 1 1is
I Iron sulphate found In Ink en- Inverness-Authorities of FlorIda -

M Professor Charles S. Herm, and neighboring states Saturday the ,new Style ,
i iN
mist at a Halifax hospital, to were asked by Sheriff n. O.

] > note endorsements In a mort- In a search for Leon Earl Carter, ,

ii 'oreriosure suit which came former assistant cashier of the

1 n the .-ircuit court for Volusla Citizens Bank of Inverness who Is

|nl t) The age of the two en.emenn charged: with embezzling'' $70.000

-. was necessary' to asfain from the institution. Carter's alleged

nisi, when they had been shortage was not discovered
ed until several days after he left the Aty

S city: in a borrowed automobile to F
.akt WalesFourteen head of be gone "two or three days." He at .l/t fits tM .. lltrt, J

le haw been discovered on was last seen in Tallahassee late ;1 t. s

'ham island In Klsslmmee lake on the afternoon of Wednesday, a

11 I are believed to have swum Oct. 3, the day the bank closed Its -... .
" ) also reported having vih09+aAt ANi NA-'R. ,i.aW JBIt :
88 the take, driven by the re- doors. lie was
11 storm Brahma Island la been seen In Lake City the '

r the west shore of the lakes same day. M..r.. +ee+ ..1rrAYtrbt I

the rattle bear brands show- S you want beauty- if you want luxury

they> a.. the property of Ceo .............. ..........

ntl and Sam Godwin whose .. TT A ""T)m,,". .. + ifyou want up-to-the-minute smartness-
r atiw.
ft cel.tn Osceola county on the 4Rt. DFO titres. ;
11 t talde l< ot the lake. The nearest .. A*. 11I1__... CS,. 4 4 rr.use there's only choice ..the choice of .
nt across the lake from which ......... ... t'America
cattle could have come is fully The teachers wbp attended the BUICK with
wlle from the Island. teachers'! meeting at Gainesville the new

and Saturday were: I v
last Friday .
aim B Futch Misses Reba L' re'.rrr WAt Bodies Fisher .....
ach-For the first time Prof. L. M. Masterpiece

"I more than 30 :years ef color- Maxwell. Jessie Williams, Louise ,.
existence l the Royal Poincianael 'itte, Thelma Sullivan and Mesdames f

1. exriiuiye pioneer on. the W. C. Thomas and Mrs i Prom oo end of the country toaoo ThriUiaaj new tine*-.(Mrklla.
rea of Lake Worth here, will Cleveland; Sullivan. iL iI I :rtzsr zoos tl.w d seoouo utactn laws h.r-in New York iaMUmi. color h.*monlea-and wonderful

open this season! because of Mrs. Josephine Sullivan visited a / ia Chicago. U Los aew Interiors-all combine
r -a Aa.I.1 l oJ a11cowDI between form entemblea of tare aa4diuinguiibed
cane damage. Water-soaked her sister Mrs. Sullivan of Waldo -'''-- -- ..,. --- -- -- .-- .- ... _T rwh.lmin. praise tot the to artUtrr.If r It

t t.damaged 18. by the hurricane of last Friday.A. A SIMPLE LIVAIIU shatters, etc., and wood construc The roof 1 Is shingled and stained dl docti*. busty of the Silver
. the hug stru9ture! famine A. McDonald of Switzerland AND ROOMY HOMEBy tlon. moss green. The aide walla are Aaoirertarr' Buick with new want bee1lf1-U---- c +
country over as a vac tlon- with friend These of Masterpiece Bodies by usher! you
week-end are some the
place' pent the reasons covered with wide sidingpainted lu.ury-if you want uptotheminute -
. Is In for exclusive! society and relatives here. ( R. C. Hunter & Bro. Archts., why we see so many Colonial wbite. All blinds are painted apple All agree that her ia a saw IID.rlae.-ther"1 W y'

uid he such a condition that It MM. A. D. Carter of Ocala vUItsd New Tork.) homes throughout the country. green. Porches are cement trie-. new mode-an entirely on* choice the choice I of

'the r Impossible to repair' It her sister, Mrs. W, C. Thomas After all there is probably no The accompanying design shows suin fl red and marked off In I different and original interpretation America .. the new Buick with
mlng. season, Bemis Bald.etber this week. style of house more suited to the a plan which Is particularly well squares. The chimney U of red of motor car beauty, Masterpiece Bodies by Fisher
; will ever reopen he of Starke Is American custom of living than adapted to the forecaating the trend of smart '
"d Miss Mae Grills average American brick.A it'. the new cyle-the saw ,
kh, mother matter and one visiting her sister, Mrs. F. M. the Colonial style. When they are Family' mode of living and Is lot with a frontage of 70 feet bodl-d.sigo tot to mode-ia motor can!

Id erect>mpany otflcUls have not Taylor truly proportioned as,our old ex- worthy of careful study. or more should be used for this come. ; 1 d

Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Faver and amples are, they always maintaina On the first floor are the required house.

IesL-' -Work.e started on a daughter Miss Mary Blanche, were certain qul t dignity often ao living rooms a' dining alcove The laundry and steam heating crJte: cfilller cAn niller.r r1 .
''atru'r here last Monday lacking In other styles.! The Colonial and toilet room. located
r. n of 18 -1-2 miles of business! visitors plant are In the cellar.
|a(1'road( Atlantic Coast Line J. P. Greenway and family of house la undoubtedly the On the second! floor are four bed Complete plans and specifications BUICKRegister J _

,1' around southeastern Starke, have located In the Croft most economical type of house to rooms, two baths and !good closet of this house may. be obtained I
re Main street. Mr. I construct today. It permits a com- room. On the third floor la
. t- *e Okeechobee connect- residence on a maid'sroom for a nominal sum from the
< I wis. town with center of Evertea5atarIndustry. Dreenway has opened up a lunch pact, retanxular plan multiplicityof and bath, also ample storage building. editor. Refer to house IIA1J4. Motor CompanyI'

:; stand In the Houser building. units, such as doors, windows space t tI




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-- -- -- ;;oMr: :. E. S. Matthews, Mrs -1-i pi" .of. li' .irlna "rnpirwlnt' out < 7i,.'it"i J. t;. dead.tir I, 1:1-_,
r .. F. Stump. ]Mrs. J S. Malpas, uutn.s< rroneouwK' "lI'kk'n..d. *",-n, M. J, nun cd from ounty HI, ., n. A.
----' I T._ tr. HILL. Chiilinian.G. (;rn t >ni r, Ida !1.. moved from tounty. lh+tea, ,
: : Lewis Shrlver Miss Cleric.Precinct ( \ I. M., dead. A
i.a..t ." I Myrtlce W. DErtMA.V: : irigen.i I HIz'-n. Hm
: Miss Sarah Malpas, Miss >... 1. I.nnter. Ui M i nd t re*, Hlllit..r. moved from <, Iluaon! n ta" i
I Andr.-WH. William diad.Hohiinnan I I
lasso alto-
i Andrews John ,nofrom' county. M. Z. moved from ty. \i I
Finance Committee, Mrs. E. Krownfn Delia, dead. Ire.*lnr1o.. '1', dew 1&1..... ,
1 elJ Johns, chairman; Mrs. R. J. 'lark lionn ,tt.Joe) Nancy moved, dend.from county.Orwen. Kituler Parkier' on W., A.M.J.moved, moved from from county.county. Italney..i., i n. I
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: I Mrs. Freeman Register, Otis, moved. from ,
i G. M. Slstrunk, Mrs. J. C. !....., N.. ,R.\V.dead.MIleH A.. moved from county. Prenrlnrt, W. .....No.moved N. llrooker'Adklruson from county.. .Shrlver ty. Addle. Ii ,,,'
Phone 29 Mrs. Edward Burns : I. S. moved from county, Brown W. L. moved from county. Shaw. I'. .J.| ,II",, I
) : : Marr. l-uollii. moved from cuunty.1IcL..oI Crown James dead. SterrlikK., T i ,, ,
J. F. "i'
Colley Mrs. A. Z. Ad-
J. J. moved from county. Edward, Charlie moved from coun- Ward, Curl m.,,,,,,, ,
SI"" I : : ; Mrs T. J. Alderman, Mrs. C. Roberts, LewlK H. moved. from coun- ---- -- -- --- --
I Peek, Mrs. Martha McCormick, iyHhcden. ---- --
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: : ,
I T: moved from county.
J. c.. Hoover, Mrs. J. W. Mor ({....Ipr. J. M dead. '
t : Mrs. S. R. Johns, Mrs. J. M. I Starling. Levy, moved from county. -
1 Mrs. II. H. Young, Mrs. Surtain,,Susan Jeff II..nd.'I'eNlon. dead.. ;I'---SPECIALS
'y A. Futch, Mrs. G. M. In- I{ Thomas ]IIZZI"I moved. from county.
Wilson, dend.Wlmherly
: Mrs. C. A. Knight, Miss Flor ,, J, J.:. moved from county.
Matthews Miss Carrie Uglow.: .JavkHon Robert. moved from county.
Finance Committee, Mrs. O. L. Conner Maxwell. F.M.I....J.moved. dea...from county.rerlntrt ; FOR
l; chairman: Mrs. A. W. An- .' !'No. It, Klnrkv ("orth)
Mrs. J. S. Sauls, Mrs. J. Alvaree, H. I*, dead.
; I Edwards Mrs. R, S. Humphrey Andreu Illock,, Caroline W. K. moved K., dead from county. r
i t .1 W. L Wall, Mrs Vivian San- Brown Hnrkowltx ir. Y.Julius, dead., dead. Fri. & Sat. atEVANS'
: i I Miss Margaret Long, Miss BloodHworth, Warren, moved from
I Weeks, Mrs. 0. C. county.
fk : ; Mrs. T. J. Grlffln, LIV-I I Canvoa Panova., R.Paul E.rdeud.E2., deftd.
k Hill of Lawtey; Mrs. P. ('ha..", David L. dead.CVnxby 1 Independent Stores
'1 1f1 J. F. dead
,- Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Crosby Matilda T., dead.
r R. F Demorest, Mrs. D. E. I Eastman, L*. H. dead. Starke, Florida
;I f : : ) Mrs. Eastman, Mr*. Julia 11., mov..dcounty. from I
Frank Hoover, Mrs.
l M. Rooks Mrs. L H. Green, Hampton. W. liT., dead. SUGAR 5 Pounds .. ..
; G. P. Raymond, Mrs. N. B. Kutch, I,.
; : trials Davis. 1)W.John KlUh.JOllerv C. dead.rireen dead.dead. i LARD 2 Pounds - 25
tI Uauglierty W. 13. moved from coun -
: : : SIKH. J.KVVIK: : Hf.NKKK: .
)j7 I !: I'I'I ty.Xlte. Silas I moved from county.
1 Jacksonville, Oct. 13.-1\II's.1' Keller l J. :J. (col.) dead. Maxwell House Coffee lb. 45
g Kite !Minnie\ moved from county.Krembau I per
Bunker, 60, of 214 East
Carl F. moved from count -

{ ;I,: + 1 : I street.from died a at brief her residence- illness.- I Moore T.loVd.; Fannie Bertha, I-dead., moved from count I Pink! Salmon, tall can -- -17\](

a t li / I: .: Bunker She came was to a Jacksonville native of Flor-20 i, Miner y. Ida .1\,(.. moved from county I I Farm Garden Peas
Ridge No.2
Mason II. ( moved from county. 2 8&
ago from Waldo. She was a Parker, John dead.Prc'Inrt .

k I l ; -t of are the one Methodist son, Dr. M.church.Kay- Adam Bennett. Hill(i. 1\M.W.,.,moved:{moved. Mnrk. from from(Smith county.county.) I Rumford or Calument B. P. 1 Ib 28

; of Wauchula; five sister, Mrs. Hall I, Juniper, dend.OeSue : I
1 Stephen, dead.

l P : Morgan of Starke and, Mrs.Mrs. Walter Lalla JohiiHon.HarrlH,rMJ..n.J.Dde Hllllarcl\'J., dead.dead. I II I Van Camp's Milk, tall can }Ific 0 0Moore's
and Mrs. Florence Ennis of
Johns, Clayton C. moved from coun
{ I
,a. and Mrs. C. B. Peeler of ty.Kite.
v 4i city; one brother' Ozlas Bran- I :\1111.,., Arch Wallace moved., moved from from county.countv.Yarborouirh I Blackberries No. 2 Can 14
of Atlanta, Gr, Funeral ser E. D., moved from I I
; i, I t'l'{ ; were to be conducted from WllkerBon county. Louise moved from coun- '
k ; 1 chapel of the Seashole Funeral ty. Alaga Syrup 1 gal. can - 90c!
: rat r 1 : I this afternoon at 3:30:: I Precinct "0. tl, Hilnt|,t<>n ,
h" I Leland, moved from
t the Rev. .K. O. Heath pas-
5'I of the First Methodist church Heck county.C. A. moved from, ('oullly.I' I 1-2
Alaga Syrup gal can4&
: canHell J. C. moved from county.
;: Pallbearers were to Hall, A, dead. ,
J t : I (( J. P, Kntenza: T. J. Brannlng I Kite, It. L.. dead..
11 a ) C, :a I'., moved from
'11.1I\\'h"'n. county
11. Peeler and Walter Wills. She J. II. moved from :I''
county. Columbia f Malt hop flavor 3 39c
: laid to rest In West Evergreen I I: I'reclnc't. te. (Therein I I II ex. c
qs.9 Ttnttcn. J dead.I
: .
i,: I I rtiiylor, VVji... moved from county. !
l r I nil yl"r, L.V.. moved Prom county BROOMS,6-sirand -152c
Q r / 0.ON..C..O"....ONA Uavlor latn-n!, ,, Ada:ST.'J.:May moved, moved from from county.coun- I > -
/ 1 I I
.4 i ( EVERGREEN: CnHon.ty. n. :a(. moved. from, county. FLOURBallard's
,, I ()INI. Jo', A, Rosier/ Cot) -> Canon Anna, moved from county..:..__ I .
4 ";i I .NNO.. .+ .Wei I ,
/ N rN N (
). ) ( '.._.d. 1"1"1.... ... ..'_.._._. ____. LL.,. Flour
i I I II "'" "" "" "J UIIU Imu) 6-lb. sack- 37cBallard
.{p ]I Ocala were the guests of her Gaiety Theatre ; ,
/ ', !Mrs.! J. S. Rosier
1 t1 I ': h '' | afternoon. i STARKE}, FLA. I Flour 12-lb. sack 7ocBallard's
.t I I ,
) 'I William Reddish is visiting Music
Reproduco Pipe
;. [ ; I ; / daughter. Mrs Bessie Sapp at I Organ Flour 24-lb. sack{ $$1.35

I.. ,
II J. S. Hosier!; spent Monday j
::4 dItt i t 1 her daughter Mrs. C. A.1 I I I Pillsbury Flour 6-lb. sack 28c
) I i : !I THfKS. J' FlU Oct 1HIspin.L ) I -
( .I.: '
; J. M. Rosier and two

1 I I : : : : 1 ,, Alllene were the and guests Lorene of her of CLARA: BOW Super Suds, per Rkg. Be, 2 for 15c|

', Mrs. J. S. Rosier Sunday In

l :;, I'N';I r( / ; : t"C I II. Sapp. of Cross City, was.the I i LADIES OF TilE1011: I I: i \White Bacon, per pound -17c(

I:j. \ / of his daughter, Mrs.V. H. AlsoEducational :
Thursday of last week. I
: ( (11\\('<1)'
t : '. and Mrs. A. B. Rosier and Independent Stores Co.
; sons, of the State Farm, spent
iii week with Mrs. Hester Sapp. S.lTrHDAV) X't. SIO "
.t ,, ': and Mrs. Roy Saunders and .. -
S '' of Jacksonville, spent') BOB STEELEIn
s+ a 1 rsday of last week with Mrs.
:' I
r' mother; Mrs. Maggie


t# ) Z ).....ZIFF 4' ...........".1 'Ihtthe I Vows Conlcrly310X

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..- 4 =I ; Miss\ Opal Lewis Cor. & TUKM.: Oct. 22-23: SMITH DEMOCRATIC CLUB
.... ...... .Nn ,
++N N
., _._.u.. .u..,__". U"U,,___,K"uwuru__ _.m___. GEO. BANCROFTIn
spent Tuesday and
+1 J''' 4i [}j here with !Mr. and Mra.
/ Lewis. THE SHOWDOWNWith Makes the following announcement of speaking I
; tMti Learn and Mrs. J. W. Lewis spent
!a week-end Jacksonville with
son, Mr. P. W. Lewis and Evelyn Brent and Neil schedule :

Cpl i !a W.relatives.S. Ray of Hlnesvllle. Ca., | HamiltonAlso
THE LESSON OF Jj friends.a few days here last week Bradford County Court Room

R. B. Thomas was a busi ,1'ATIIE COMEDY
visitor to Gainesville Friday. |
r .
and Mrs. I. W. Dyal of
t, ; relatives., spent Wednesday here WKI: >NKS1Y: OCT, 21. Tuesday, October 23, at 7:30 p. m.

cc] l \ '. and Mrs. Delatha Starling AHDNIGIIT I MADNESSWith I Tuesday, October 30, at 7:30 p. m.

4.. daughter Selma, spent the
( The ] part of last week here with I Monday, November 5, at 11:00 a. m.
truly man has learned this important 8] JACQUELINE LOGANAnd
+ n.j I
parents Mr. and Mrs. J.
( i k !Lii{j lesson. He knows the value of putting g]J)) I Good out of Town Speakers! Everboru Invited

t, ''s' money aside for a rainy day. He knows the 0.j]J | and Bill 'lllnes Ralph, and of near little Galnes-sons '' CLIVE BROOKS \

; danger involved in making no provision for the &I I spent a few days here with
K}; future .. I Mrs. S. L. Prescott. i L. W. Kickliter, chairmanE.
l Cliff Kelley spent Wed
I night In Brooker with his
ti. Having money is as important as earning I <<) mother. Mrs.\ Wiggins Molt. I I 7:15: : and Hi: 15: l'. :M. I I K. Perryman secretary
I Lawrence of Clayno, '
money. In our section one dait this ,
week on business. '." = _-_. -----
It is essential be protected against emergency Sweat of Jacksonville. Is I '
; visiting her daughter, Mrs. I S'I'AiCKE h'ULItS EI'I ,/, ', CorpfnlnJ
/ Padgett.
4 : and Mrs. Frank Reynolds I' u'IE. t P\it/l 1 '170N}. a a AriO t 3Ar= '
a Start an account today-one, vdollar .will do ; \ Graham, are the happy H AVEToCo / r DROPIly
it. .. [ of a new son, which ar lb TiE tNtT'S' ?
Y Oct.; 13. j sroRE Rq N/N GDRPEN/AIGS/ 1
.Irwin Padgett of Waldo, fM PN' oGs II a ,
It will be a great comfort you to know that friends in our section DRUG j STORE
you have a nest egg stowed away'for the future. morning. j
J. D. Thomas spent the
: It will make you happier. ( at Graham with her I J AND 6e.TZ

[ and sonInlawIr! and I l :.... SOME7rlINVl I
W. Reynolds. For? THE ,"OLD
; BANK OF STARKE Rufus Prescott was a I ( l, '0 I'M GONHA !.

t ,, \ I visitor In Drooker Satur- vlT J

9 m..tJnc held Wednesday. health through the use of precaution and standard (
192*., tits board of county health-aids. The reliability of the standard drugs'The Service Store
1 E. S. r- ordered the follow-
Matthews Pres. R. J. Davis, Cashier "". stricken from the regis we carry is assured. Ask your doctor about our
'.. bonk of sold l county, for
.t 1g1 A.,. net forth opposite each prescription accuracy! Starke, rla.
( The board will be In session
a Vl r Oct. it6th, 1I: }1I. for the pur4'

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'=OS" ='- !! i!d the man asked him fur a rId, vcrpit: ahdiitly 1; playing protr,:Ivo I Dt'blu. und He;. Reddish, ti .P-tu tol.'J ;", 'J'u, ,,10.1.;

emarkaALUESALWAYS I near thu rivi.;r bridge and before; i rook Tin' prlzi. wore awardedto : Next Thursday will be a come .... 1'
e Kd Durbiii high and )oJ. K Bur-1 I tory working! day at Evorgreoncomi
r" I r ho arrived la Slarko was taken \ill Tblrt four boxes: of Si Lui'la t
i lOttlcer Thornton carried the ; ney low Each teacher was given 't &'y. All those tntunstrtd )
Bits ofL'cai man county grapefruit: \ sold' In Miamib
momenta of the occasion. A de- will please be on hand.
to a physician\ for treatment and!I I > LindHntiad of Fort Plrra
later to the hospital llclout: salad course was served I Mrs. L It Hill ana Miss KiTTi Farms. brought' $16S.! nearly $Ii I,

-- --- -- ---- whIch consisted of chicken 81llad'j spent Thursady! In Jai-k- a box. A few days previously Mr.
.lJ' Those teachers from, ratlines, pickles, coffee and! Blanchard
.je: *" the Bradford I Stead sold twenty-seven boxes of
County High School Those present were: Mesdames[ G.I J K.; E. Burney made business
J.. ., attendingthe a oranges In Miami at $10 a box. ,
/ Central Florida A. Anderson, 12 B Nell, LonnteFutch. 1 4
Association" -------
Misses Nellie Coker, Pauline _._ _.
held Friday and Saturday In I ----- ------------- -
Concerning Our People Business Gainesville were Misses Olive Ray, Walker. Del mar DInklns, Grace

BE Progress of the County and Town. Maud Mitchell Ethel Griffin Fred Wood, Prof. Thomas Llmbuiigh of ALUMINUM {WARE AND COOKING
I rtka St ruth, Madge Mlddletou the school: and Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Guissle Mae }Bennett' Eunice PerkIns !Moore\ H It. Thede W. K. Torode.
.rennnne_ nnc,r, =er.........=.. e'enrr r ,--r?--r? K. E. Burney, Fred Moore L It. UTENSILS i
----------- ---uuu=== Minnie Gruber. Claudia fill
A. P. ot christ, and Hill, Mesdames J. O. Godwin, .
Schnell Lawtey was In State's Attorney Myrtlce Myrwln Jackson
ATERNIIER6'S Starke Friday.Mr. Knight. ; Mesdames II. C. Bitch B Catherine Teare, Rifle Miner and
FOUND Misses Knzn and Arthurlne DeWitt C.
Perkins and B. McRae.: S. S. Dow- Blanchard Jones

and Mrs. J. II. Lord spent !Mrs. J. C. lint,;. principal and Laurie Hay, Blanche Barney, Mattie
Sunday in Palatka. last week' as the principal ot Junior High.Itirtlitt Harley and Lawrence DInklns Kd.CENT HARDWARE +

--- E. Knight returned
Mrs. Q. M. Ionian motored to --.-. -,---------------
Jacksonville ., ... .
S Jacksonville Wednesday i I Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Brown of A WORD% '

Mrs. Rosabelle Hampton, a boy Oct 12th.ritKSMYTIUtl awetellannMnY IeuIeUIaYNthul 1i euanWMIWIGnMHAROLD .. -'

George Osborne ot Lake City, daughter Vivian of U .
. was a visitor In Starke"'ednesday.Mr. visiting at the home : : .IN COLUMN C, WALLINSURANCE I Ir

) Balsden.
and Mrs. C. A. Dirt of Hampton 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. FOR RUNT-Furnished apartment '

were In Starke Wednesday Miss Truby, snpt. in town J. F. Klckllter ,

29 ng cloth yard wide, Miss Mantle Blanche Barnett 11 a. m. Morning\ worship ser- 8-S-tf. STAIUiK:, Ff.ORIU.\ ,

J. L. Harrell of Lawtey, vas in those attending the mon by" the pastor. "The. Upward FUR SALH-Missionary\ strawberry -
e. soft finish. Starke Monday and paid the Telegraph sions ot the Central Look. plants. Price right. Cometo Represents the Host Leading/ Initiiritnce ContpanlcA

5 olflce a visit. cation Association 6:45: p. m. Christian Endeavor' see me. C. A. flirt Hampton. FInE ACCIDENT, LIFE, AUTOMOBILE: BOND, LIABILITY ., '
d --. 7:30 p. m. Evening worship,
15c and 10-tO-H- ADJUSTMENTS! : IMIOMITLYm f '
sermon Sermon subject --- -
The -----------
morning: sewing club met Mr. and Mrs. John ,'
Wednesday at the home of Mrs. A. Carrie Uglow Dr. J. "Seeing Jesus Christ." FOR SALK; -Missionary strawberry nannnmmamnsaomnsapannYlmwelunMmr. '''' '' '''' ''' ''' ''! !I !' '!!'!.'""" ,'nmlr i' '' HiiiinmiHimiitiiiii 1 '!'.!! ,!!,"' !!!!mtinwm!!!'!'!!!"" "i "n' .. '
w\ Z. Adklns. Prayer meeting! Wednesday' eve- plants from this year's-nursery .
Miss\ Beatrice --------------- --- -- -- fi
llullen ning at 8 o'dockSAMPSON. stock. Wm. Monden, Starke. -
day In Jacksonville.Mrs. I ) u.t .
J. O. Alvarez of Jacksonville la 10-19-lt -- I It
17Q \ check a yard visiting at the home of his grandmother ........................ I
jama F. A. Colley FOR SALK-About thirty thousand -I
Q !Mrs. Lalla M. Chase her home In Starke : CITY second runner strawberry 11 SPEAKING.
fa e-Good quality. Cleo Thomas I ;
a stay of throe plants: ready to diK.Ilrket! PUBLIC
Mrs. M. E. Edwards is !In Jack- .
f sonville Hendersonvllle and ..................... price. \V. 11. Hicks, Hampton, 10- I
visiting her daughter, !Mrs.
, 15c Jack Brings. In North Carolina. Mr. C. J. Davis and son, Lewis 19-1t- i I II A,

Sunday in PalatkaMr. .
!Miss FOIL SALIC-Delco Light; and, water -
\ C. B. Drown, Mr. V. J. Gay
Paul E. Canova spent the weekend ,ed the D. N. C. engine with steel tower and I
and Mr. Noon
with his mother, Mrs. P. K. ,day were tank, excellent condition Mrs.
evening at the
in Orange Park Sunday.
Canova.Mr. O J, Griffin where II. I F. Godwin, Lawtey, Fla., P. II i iaj
Those that business
4 were visi
Dress Shirts during the O. Box No. 12 10-19-lt! } II IIr
n's term of
regu- '
to Saturday were !Mr.
and Mrs. '
V. H. Hicks of 8 I,
$1.50/ value Hampton, were visitors In Starke Mrs. Noon Warren, Fate FOR nXCHANOH' :-!My equity $2.- FridayOct19th, p. m
ar Lightning struck rown, C. B. Brown C. J. Davis I
\'pdnA"IIRV... _.. -._- 600 In a new modern bungalow
I Ing next door to W [ son Lewis. In splendid location In 10. I I 1 .

$$1.00 I Special at the Gaiety--Theatre store on North \Valn Mr. and Mrs T. J. Gay have) 1'e- lanta, Oa., for home In At-I I # : '

SC Thursday and "'I'ldaChu'a.: Bow day afternoon Only moved back. We wish them Apply Mrs. S. F. I
In "Ladies ot the Mob." was done to the (' success. Starke, Fla. 10.19t1'i''Olt I at the COURTHOUSE
-- :Miss: Kvtelle; Davis from Pn- I .
Among those SALId-Shafting, pulleys, I
spent the week-end' with her
9C Mrs. Phil Maguire of DeLand I I"
spending the weak with her urn-Florida football and brother C. J. Davis and speed pulleys and hangers dls- I'' ;
YOllI11001lerS Ste pins parents day were !Mr. and carded in remodeling of our 1 U, I ;
Mr. and Mrs. A. 1>1. Darby.
, Johns, Mr. and Mrs Mr. Alph and Emery: HAZCII: of press room In A-l (condition |, :
c \\iChcmise firmly knit G. K. Lewis and will bo sold cheap. Tula- ,
Col. n,R. Knight; spent Wednesday and J.111 were vb'sang here Sun Ex-Senator Lawrence Y.
graph Sin rice, Fla.
in Jacksonville on pvofessiona'buslnens. day.MUs tf.l
Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Thomas was visiting
WANTED}; --- Wo pay SI.20:= ( ,
$1.00 '
.Tumi-a, and :Mr. and Novella King near Hamp
Morgan of this Rowing bungalow/ aprons ate! :
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Strlngfellow city Friday
home. Sparotime. Thread fur Shermanof
those attending the :Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Brown and
of PaUtUa, the week-end
spent nished. No button holes. Send:! I
here with relatives. vices In Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Gay at
stamp. Cedar Garment Factory, :
Mrs. Lewie hunker the debating exercises at
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) Aniflotdam New York. 10-1!)
Thread Silk Hose ---. Hirer Friday night, lust.
re Carl Johns of Jacksonville spent it.WOODW*
Sunday In Starlto with his patents, Miss\ Mamie There will be services here Sat- .-- .- -. I Illinois (Republican) .,
t really of the teachers In night: ; and. Sunday night by )ItKIN(1-AII kinds, )
5 wear. M; and !Mrs. S. It. Johns. .. au-
high school, spent .. King of Hampton. to bodies and tops, trimming

Mrs. N. T. Hitch and son, N. T., with Miss Blanche house fuinlturo, 'repair old
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k $1.00 Jr., and !Mrs C. N. Christy are volinff Florida ladles State' wars_- ._ 09 ..7V9YVe'i....v.... lurnlttire or make new; {minting I Now of Daytona Beach I i

spending the week_ in Atlanta, la. College._._ Cre'I.stat"d LAWTEY : of all kinds: : finest kind finish -
-- work house interiors, All I''
---- Mrs. Jessie D. :\1... II. I':t. llurney! Cur .
Mrs. J. !M. Mitchell ami Mrs.J. work guaranteed to he satlufucto. -
L. Peek niotored Gainesville Arthur of Toledo, .A AA.p1. '+w.n-s ew Joseph Morrison' Box 4 o. who is making a tour of Florida :

\dies Felt Hats newest Saturday afternoon. been guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. drift I nillips! 811o:>ntVellnesday A, Starke. !-
Lord. They were In Starke.Mr. I
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/ides, $1.98 and Mrs. J. C. Robinson---und Mrs. winter home at Lake and Mrs\ J. T. Moore were WHION IN NKRlToF A MKCHAN- I : !

K M. Johns spent Tuesday after- ---- /{ In Jacksonville Tuesday IC) BOO Manning\ the handy( man will speak at Starke on
noon In Gainesville. The missionary Mr. Jesse King a life long/ resi for building remodeling\! paint/ 1
$2.98dies meeting of the of Lawtey passed' away at ing sign painting, stove and : ; ;

( Dr. Earl Roberta, who Is an In- will bo held at the ]home Sunday morning at six sowing machine repairing. ( (I
terne at St. Vincent's hospital in Monday afternoon at : from H paralytic stroke, Good work and reasonable' ,, above date and place it

Jacksonville spent the week-end member_. Is requested he suffered several days ago. price, my motto. I).' W. !Man i P

with Dr. and !Mrs. E. L. Fllggs. leaves to mourn his departure plug 10-19-lt
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Mrs. B. F. Godwin wife and seven children lie was .:.:::..:.. I
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Silk -
Dresses just J. Chandler of to rest at Evergreen I
Gerald Mlddleton, who Is a student cemetery INVITED"I
Seed Oats and
(Tired at the University of Florida Starke Wednesday. morning.( Rye j
week-end and Mrs. Chandler Miss Florrle Terry' spent Sunday
Gainesville spent the FOR
back to Lawtey from SALERustproof I '
here with his parents Dr. and in Jacksonville. THE PUBLIC IS ,
$6.95 Mrs. W. E. Middleton. their many friends Last Tuesday evening the mem- Burt 90-Day, and Fulg- .

back. of the Woman's Club enter- hum Oats. Florida Rye II 1

!Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Hoover ot the teachers of the Lawtey and Abruzzi R

M'aml! are guests for ten days of A new set ot The evening was spentFLORIDA' y o. ---- __-C... __ -- -- -- I (n.
his parents Mr. and Mrs. C. F. been received by the Wholesale prices. Call -
court for use In the write. Seminole Seed t' 1 !d dL
en's New Fall flats all Hoover. tion November or .: .
[ 6th. ------ -' -"----"

fades- Rev. L.V.from. Jacksonville Klckllter returned wherehe to quires be kept ballots Intact cast In In Company Florida. Gainesville 10194t., T:: :::: r ;

Saturday -
of In the primary until ;-:: :=. =. .--...L'va1u1' I ar
attended the annual meeting _
., general election. For I
$U$4$5$6 Confederate::: Veterans.Dr. 1L1r J.IJUSee II
two sets of boxes have : Relief From Curse I,

J. E. Matnes Jr., ot Gainesville --- -
Isaiah Dubose, an and H e Of Constipation
\ was the guest Saturday ot j
erate veteran living jI
__ .
--- I A Battle Creek physician ,
-- Ington
-- --- Springs, died Bays jI I
en's Suits made to orderan first of this week. "Constipation in responsible for

for only a few days The 1.'lI..t11 Talking l'le'.ure' more misery than any other
< all u-ool line Say it with Flowers I last meeting of the "Lights of New York"With cause." I

i In Starke some tow But Immediate relief' has been ,

$$25.00e Flowers For All peered to be In his. found. A tablet called Itexall Orderlies I

Occasions health. attracts water from the system -

I (JTAPHONE'Synchon into the lazy, dry, evacuating
If you hare any bowel called\ the tolon. The waiter

Gertrude Godbey ture that needs ; hiiatlon loosens the dry food waste and

a full line of trove, your / j' causes a gentle, thorough move-
Anderson In your home. Phone ment without forming a habit or

fyal)+ Society Embroid- Hemingway at P. S. II Ile Lu se Citaplanne \c.t. ever increasing the dose.
home. Till! LOOM1S TUINS Stop suffering from constipation. -
"9 goods Phone 39 Waldo Fla. "Darlings of Songland" Chew a Itexall Orderlle at
and now is theme Is PowerIt
-- News has reached WKItl.lt: : & riKM: night Next day bright.; Get 24 Knowledge
to Hazel Mlddleton' Is (Joe Lew) for 2Cc toddy at the nearest Rex-
prepare your I leading part in the The German Comedians 0.1Drug\ Store.

hrislmas presents. YOU CAN GET IN STARKE I II to be given soon at THKM: { IIT ('Ol'UT -------------- -

I College. Miss Vltaphone Sketch CIICIIKMTho .4YU IVMI'I1'elM 1.11v.III : was because of Columbus' super-
Replacements for all kinds of I marked talent In Jlcury IlnN 'Ir Shoe line is complete. friends I ,! wish her every "Western Jazz"I01IIC"lolll1 ior
eye glasses, including! spectacle II I her board nppnlnted' the follow. knowledge that he knew how to
accomplishments :\ Talkingew" I Intc dork and inspectors tn .serve at
scan fit the whole fam-. frame temples and screws. lJiMc> KxnlnjjJ.VAOc ; general. ii'.-otlon to !be held November handle the situation wtentis.. sailors

FineVaUh anil Clock IlrpiUrln; Mr. and Mrs. 8. S. I ( l.V: Mt 6th.'.P.un!....:.. M; ... 1. fn..rt.).. I
as their guests O. II. Ponrra Clerk and James
also I'ligrnvlnK.: Mrs. H. (I. Howling !\ hurler, J. I If. Howe and It. A. Dlunchar .
si.b Tlll'llSIJ.lVWilliam :
  • I Hugh and Mary. and %.. 3 I. Mtnrliorlh) .
    sale Jewerly,
    matter what is is watches We have cut for glass, silverware Dowllng two[ gentlemen, all of and \ flnlniM' !.-and :MarlonDm White Mnnre..'. A., Insperlprs.'roelure A Hoot J. Thnina Clerk. and and Cho.Aubrey r*. Our years of experience; and knowl I t

    glasses etc. are brothers and lister. In. \.. 3. Mtnrkr (MnelhlJ. execute your banking business advan .
    clocks !
    eye .
    SHOW PKOI'LK": I* I'erk Clerk and I* K. Hmlth
    A. W. Anderson and J, W. An w need it will Starfce, Florida Mrs. O. O. Williams! FHIIHV Jr., In"" .<.I"r". tageously.

    pay PROMPT: SERVICE JNDSATISFACTIO dent of section four ot I Ik'r.to Oanl..l"I I rhnnley I'wlnrt FnaaJIrk."... 4. firnham. and J. A. ,

    en's clubs. of Florida Wawlln. F. T. Abernathy and ft. H.Hyrd. .
    I "T.\KI.: 31K: 1OE'A.ITI'1tU.tY :.' fnnpetorrt.frvrlnrt .
    ker of Green Cove
    ou to buy it at Starke Monday I I J. K Adkln. Clerk>... llnmptnn and J. "'. Keen, BRADFORD COUNTY BANK

    ILIFFEJeweler rrl. G. M. Inman I II O (. llnnlre/ and J. L,, WllfTam", In- t
    Win. J. I xpftctur. :
    the Woman's club of MILTOV HILLS Prr.lnrto.. O. Theresa
    some sectional matters.Coo. i II. C. llelhvrirer Clerk and C. StilUviin. -
    and In H. It. Swindell and John Hall Bradford County's Financial Stronghold
    j "TIII.It.HU" lnsp.rtoru.Precinct.
    iternberg'sStarke W. Dunlop of I M<.. T. >..w Hirer
    Expert Watchmaker picked the Lake : Matin and .Night fStOcGainesville: n.V.. Andrew C'lerk, and n. W.
    up on Kelly. It. K. Itrenfro and U.. C. STARKE FLORIDA
    Starkf', flu. Monday afternoon Crew: InlOpe..t..... .
    .. .
    Crews and brought I'rerlnrt h. '" llrooker.J.
    to I J. Morvan Clerk and M. !>. Ma.
    Florida Next door to Steam Pressing Co.. unconscious condition. I I theny. 1'. Jr. Haaen and <.', H. Kelley
    Inspector. 1016-bt-11.1h .,-.-.---.-.- _._._ .-._'_ _. v.--..;

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    : =--=-:':==: : -::----=-:::: ;::-. '.--:-': a =::: ==::--=--. :-,,_'-c::;:::=- SEIZE: Foirn IN ONE: KLKIMIA.VTH'H EAR "'I.omTIllS AVEEK -

    \i -- I FAMILY: FOR LIQUOR l'ItOIU'EM BLOOM: --- How

    Industrial, "'IoandalgrleulturDI to Play

    Farmers & Farming Jacksonville. Oct. 12.-Operat- Do elephant ears or hymenolum

    tug a moonshine still was a sort crlnltum bloom? Dr. George !M Fowles, presidentof

    of family affair for the hInes, according Yes, but only In Florida, for horticulturists a preserving company with BRlDG

    (Hy Agricultural Editor) to dry agents. have repeatedly denied headquarters at Benson Springs, .
    !I$ Four members of the JUnes that these large ferns bloom. and Dr. Claude A. Wright, a rep- a Series -

    -- --------------- -------- -.- family, namely F. P. Hines, E. D. It remained for Putnam countyto resentative of the same company 192 .29 b'

    ; Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles : Hines Leroy Hines and L. limes produce the first elephant ear conferred with a grup of !Mount : Wynne Ferguson

    were arrested yesterday by a raid- bloom, thirteen Inches long and Dora: business men with a view of Author ot
    j AUCT'l'..
    Found _
    and Methods .
    of Farm Experiences
    Ing party. to establisha
    four and one-half Inches wide, a submitting a proposal I .1 -- BRlDCS.
    To Be Dest Suited! to Our Country The quartet were found at workat beautiful creamy white. Mr. and unit ot the company at Mount
    a still on the Bradford-AIachua Dora. The manufactures
    Mrs. Ira C. Larktns, of near Sun- company

    4It I <- =-:. I -:--- county line. This is about 60 miles ny Heights, about a mile and a orange juice, orange syrup, mar ARTIC1]LE No. t

    '. ..: I'KM'K: from Jacksonville. half from Palatka, are the proud : malade and jellies.
    WIXTKR: COVKK: ('nopsI IlKKF: ; ( \TTJ. There are two objections to bad
    Three other stills were destroy a had
    _ I UIVK itin IVKKAHKIN : 1'J-: fl'J.t.\1: HWIMJINfJ posssessors of this rare blooms and bid other than the (fact that such a bid bi.Jf.Y not nuM t 11., .
    section. Florida he HS1
    ed In the same along the gulf would 'I" >
    Every county
    Mr. Larkins not
    1 It
    LEVELS; was exhibiting !
    : I1ELISF; < TO \\t unsound from any point of view. "1etl
    Dry Administrator W. T. Day said. Escambla Is mistake of taking t > *<
    _. around the coast from Collier to ,
    city today. In the first place, the partner of the five club double ;" '"er oust

    I down again, seems to WHAT'SIIO.MJ C WITH OAS The plant is only a year old, but expected to be represented at the player who has made a bad bid is apt defeated two ."'. '". ) ''Ould I
    _______ Gainesville, Fla.-The difference Up again It received annual meeting of the Gulf Coast to misconstrue the bid and thus base 'II's two trick< ,j ',", net re'L
    plenty of moisture dur-
    I between 9.4 bushels of corn per be the: way the prices on certain IMIICKH: Highways Association Oct. 22 and I his subsequent bidding on a false points for mistake himself ". ", .,. lo" 0//
    Ing Its .
    from to growth, having been planted ,
    i In farm products go year : foundation. .
    acre and 23.7 bushels per acre I 23 In Tarpon Splrngs, accordingto Don't make PoUtne ,
    With commoditiesthese (State Chamber of Commerce.) directly under the eaves of the Second the bad I", ", ,
    some hut.
    : enough to arouse the Interest of year. Alfred I. Dupont, president, who player who makes the don't make another if You'1
    they are called There's something wrong with house. Nearby were similar plants bad bid is to be influenced himself I *
    : cycles, as apt
    4 c farmers of "Florida believes C. II. price has issued the call to the meeting.E. to wiggle out. Tak. Lytr
    two from in Florida In- eight to ten years old, but these by the fact that he has given false information '
    4L Y Enlow assistant agronomist at the require only a year or gasoline prices II. Beckett, of Tarpon Springs, try to earn not ,t"", dnlc"
    i Y Florida Experment! Station. These the low point to the high point. formation from neighboring states have never produced a bloom. Mr. to his partner and is, there- Here is a hand t I.' ,_ 1,(,
    chairman of the committee -
    on arrangements
    1 ; ore,duty bound to correct the mistake.
    I figures tell the story of touts conducted With others, several years are required not so advantageously situated as Larkins states that the leaves of and entertainment, This belated repentance for his bad trast to the one JUSt ,. "r-ibed'o1pPy
    to complete half of the cy to sources of supply and trans- the young bloom-bearing plant are
    I i by the agronomy depart- has arranged for several speakers bidding often is far more costly than Hearts -7,5
    ji'* ment this year. cle. portation indicates Florida is payIng unusually large and the plant of wide prominence. They will the initial mistake. Here is a hand that Club-AKg

    ,, In an effort to determine just Just now the pendulum in the more for gasoline than it proper has grown within a year to discuss topics pertaining to FlorIda illustrates the folly of making a bad Diamonds- A 6. j J. ;in, Q y

    : j L what effect vetch and( Autrlan beef rattle cycle seems to bo swing- should. And there l Is a suspicion eight feet In height In general, and the gulf coast bid and then of later trying to correct Spades-KQ,4.

    ., ; peas would have on the yield of Ing upward. A review of the Agricultural this condition will continue so Elephant ear plants are polypo- section in particular. the mistake when there is no real zNo

    ,' corn following I theo crops, a series situation for October, issued long as the long Buffering gasoline dlaceous ferns, according to Mr. necessity for doing so: score, rubber
    of t tests were begun (tint fall. Plots ( by the United States Department consumers In Florida consent to be Webster, and were first grown In Rumors that dredging work in Hearts: K, J, 9,7,6,3,2 bid one no trump ""' '?'t l dealt
    Monantha of Agriculture. says that : imposed the East and West Indies. The A's platen
    were planted to vetch upon.Gasoline .' the Ocklawaha river canal. between Clubs- none cards would hIt ,. 'led
    i winter "this has been a fat one for U selling todaY' in leaves used natives bid two art
    r 1/ vetch and Auutrlun peus. year are by the to Lake Griffin outlet and Moss Diamonds-8,7, 2 no truml', 11, A .
    t 1 In the spring these were turned the cattlemen. Hut they came Jacksonville for twenty-five cents allay Inflammation.The Bluff has restored conditions Spades-A, J, 10 clever player. Hr ," .' .1' Ihat he\

    under and orn! planted. through tome lean ones to get to a gallon including the state tax leaves a big nand and ..1, ,' 1)( the
    of the
    I giant plant which might lead to the same overflow to I
    _ ot five cents. Tampa and Jacksonville : Y : ways it g ,",?
    It. \\I'
    J $ A plot of land planted to oats In measured 31 1-2 inches across and situation wmcn became so result was to
    : A B pass d|
    ,? ( the fall and later planted to corn Since 1920 the cattle industry usually on a parity, nor- SI 1-2 inches from tip to tip. The serious during the high waters I : Z s; ments. 'II passed and I n I wait d de"t

    / 9' was used for a check. This yielded has slowly and painfully liquidatedIts mally have the lowest goa' pricesIn leaves were suspended on a huge of 1926, are declared to be with- i Z now bid two ipi.), I o b

    'r the of 9.4 bushels of surplus, cut down Its breeding Florida while at points in the stalk six No rubber ready for him. B', adA
    at rate feet above the ground.- out foundation by A. H. Bourlay, score, game. Z dealt and' ;-1, "?1 o lit
    'A corn per aero. Following hairyL lerds, and recovered from Its financial interior and along the lower East [Palatka News. well known Leesburg business man passed, and A passed. Y has a "freak"type had just made his (h ?, ,' ,,'he had
    wounds. As a result, we Coast the price ranges from one of hand but that should hesitation in bidding ,
    one not
    vetch the yield was 23.7 bushels S *? ro
    J4 and member of the local chamberof Ir"
    yt ;f per acre. After Monantha vetch are now up against a period of to three cents a gallon higher,,. ,U.I.VHUU.I: !>e bid third hand. He should be only Y passed and B bid P three diana,

    L the yield 19.1 and after the cattle scarcity and high: prices. It While gasoline is selling in Jacksonville 1IKADS: KIxmiUA U. C. V. commerce committee on water- too happy to pass out the hand if B Z passed- and A now fl!10 perfe<
    } was ; and navigation, who has in bidding three
    also in
    ways If B
    matter of supply and passes. should bid Y has a no timipY
    and for twentyfivecents
    lo largely a Tampa '
    Austrian yeas the yield was 16.4. made a personal investigation in strong hand to bid on the second round passed and Z doubled A
    ) The of 100/) of dema ad. It is selling In North Caro- Jacksonville, Oct. 12.-Gen. T. and thus be able his his caliber by again she,
    k application pounds he past few days, says the Lees- to give partner redoubling. He wu
    At present there Is no prospectof lina and Georgia for twenty-three J. Appleyard of Tallahassee warded for
    was his
    ii nitrate of soda Increased the yield burg Commercial. exact information as to the nature of courage by making I
    J 1rt the any material decrease in the demand and twenty-four cents. Since re-elected commander of the his heart suit. odd, game and rubber
    2.3 bushels following
    L : ./ When per acre nitrate of soda for beef. And the supply of these states have a tax of four Florida division of United Confederate Y, however, was one of those players It always is interesting to n
    legumes. Twenty-seven bales of cotton
    : beef can't increase much until -the cents-a gallon as compared with Veterans at the closing business who like to bid and cannot resist doing clever play and bidding,and the lot
    5 was applied to plots where no legumes 1 have been ginned locally since the test hands
    d : cattlemen keep more breeding five cents in Florida It can readilybe session of the thirty- so, especially wit: >seven or more of one ing are good illuMratioci!
    had been grown the yield I eason opened a few days ago suit. He bid heart B
    stock on their farms and ranches. understood that the price, exclusive eighth annual reunion here today. one passed, Z bid
    : was 15... be taking I,tatea the Starke Telegraph. The two diamonds, and A bid three clubs. Problem No. I
    Most cattlemen seem to of tax, is virtually theBut Lake City was chosen for the Un.. _... ....._.. ''''d ._ ,..___ Y, feeling lhat his heart bid might
    One of the significant facts ..,,.vnnta...a nt mrAMAnt nrlces. selling _n_4 n.. In"'A" next conrention. "'VLLV" fl W&flVS tttO -Va ISO LUISI-
    brought out by these tests was the and Da Ing out to be excellent grade, although have fooled his partner, bid three : Y :
    ; their cattle I for slaughter the wholesale price of gasoline Frank M. Ironmonger of Jack hearts. B bid four clubs, Z passed, and : AD :
    the will be short
    4 disclosure that a leguminous cover crop on
    feeding, rather than up In Florida should be several sonville was renamed adjutant A passed. : Z ;
    crop turned under gave a yield of When cattlemen get account of adverse season experienced Y decided that he
    now !
    their herds. cents a gallon lower than the general. Frank E. Dey of Moltonwas ought to help
    corn ot 7,4 bushels greater than adjusted to prices they are now price in North Carolina. While chosen commander of the first by the growers. An estimate his partner's diamond bid,even though Hearts-9, 8,4
    'M when the same amount of nitrogen begin to expand. of the total yield expected his partner had passed. dealer. Y bid Club-10 9
    getting they may Floridians last week were paying brigade; W. E. McGahgln of Ocala, 7,6.
    ut was applied In the form of nitrate expandingthe this year could not be secured as Jour diamonds, B bid five clubs and ,Diamonds 1,7
    "But. while theyare from -twenty-five to twenty-seven commander of the second brigade,
    Z doubled. A
    ' of soda. The best plot of vetch the amounC of damage inflicted on passed.Y Spades-A K
    in the coun- ,6
    _ number of people and even twenty-eight cents forgas. and J. M. Worrell of Tampa, .commander now began to his bad
    of 22.8 bushels, the cotton still in the field repent
    yield byMonday's
    gave a corn
    It Is not
    try will also be growing. Including tax. North Carolina of the third brigade. original bid and feared that Z was No rubber
    'pt '( and the name amount of nitrogen to Increase the storm had not been estimated score, game. Z dealt iwssed.
    to be so easy SIlrookesville doubling five clubs
    ,, likely motorists generally were purchasing depending on top A passed aid! Y bid
    added the form of nitrate of one tl I
    it once Seaboard Air hearts in Y's hand.
    nation's beef supply as It for twenty-three cents. A As Y didn't have a bid one diamond, Z bid two clubs
    t soda gave only 16.4 bushels. This serious Line Railroad will make. Improve- these top hearts which his
    'was. For these reasons a Florida motorist who spent last original bid passed and Y bid two heart.. If Bn
    ld" } FL yield was increased to 17.5 when decline in general; cattle prices week from place to place In North ments around station on West Jefferson Panama City will soon completetwo had indicated, he decided that he oughtto bid two spades, what should Z bid?,

    the soda was given In three equal 'seems pretty far In the future. Carolina at only two points foundit street. new bridges.A doubled bid five and diamonds defeated three This tricks.bid was analysis of this hand will be given

    i, applications. be the usual the next: article.
    There will, course selling for as much as twenty-
    The results of this test seem to pcaxonal fluctuations in responseto both of these few
    four cents and were carloads of Florida fruit Problem No. :2
    Indicate the advisability of plantIng season changes In supply." In remote parts of the mountains [ r have already moved to northern
    k these winter cover crops on Looks like it might be wise for :MRS. W. II. :NC S.\I.I.Y I jAVIUTKH markets Hearts- none 'f
    where Ailing stations are supplied and other packers
    1k1 : land where they can be successfully cattle raisers to think about Increasing ;! HTIlONfi: LKTTKIl; : I are Clubs K, Q J
    ) by motor trucks after long Journeys asking for government inspectionto Diamonds A 7
    : 'It ly grown particularly In west Florida their herds right at the NATIONAL POLITICS I I II ,
    over mountain road permit. the continuation of the Spades-none
    4 4h r county agents are making special time and take advantageof I --.J Hearts- none
    present Florida Is near the sources of early shipments. Such was the t Heart., -n,7
    efforts to Induce their farmers the good prices which are likelyto Clubs-0,7, 5 : Y
    has advantage Club.
    gasoline supply and the Editor Walton Tribune announcement last night of L. M. : 1(1()
    1 : Diamonds
    to make trial plantings of these prevail for some few years. of water transportationwhich with I Rhodes, state commissioner of -Q. 9 :SA B : )Diamond'j. J,
    Complying your request Spades-
    crops within the next month. .- -- : Z : Spades-Done
    _ :MAUION DAIUYMKN: permits the movement of am sending a brief review of the marketing and director of the

    _ _1 '_ CilUMVKKH/ : UIUJKU.: TO TItMT'K I1KKTS: : hugo quantities of gas in bulk at i political situation as it appears and Florida Marketing Bureau, aftera 'V, Hearts-A, 9, 8
    !'ow cost. Supplies for Georgia conference Clubs
    -- appeals to me.I with O. G. Straus, -noneDiamondsK

    I JUO\V OAYANA TO CANK1M.MUMO MOSAIC Ocala Fla,;-Dairymen of Marion and the Carolinas except at sea- have been so decidedly and so federal supervisor of the co-opera- 6

    14 county are going to try raising ports,vare moved long distances by pronouncedly anti-Smith I know tive shipping point Inspection service Spades- none

    i p'-, I rail in addition to the water haul, I of call- maintained in Florida by the
    some mangel-wurzels or stick beetsas tbat Incur the risk being Hearts are trumps and A leads the five of clubs.
    Gainesville Fla. Oct. 16.-The How can Z so play the hand I it
    entailing Increase In United
    a consequent
    _ dairy feed this winter, accord- ed a "turn coat" at this change of States government and the he can win the balance of the tricks against defense An an4il si of the hu
    any n
    use of a variety of sugar cane Ing to Clyde Norton. county agent. the cost of transportation and the views; but I think when one's coatis state marketing bureau.. .will be given in the ne\t article. ) '
    which is either Immue
    highly wholesale ,
    'c or MarlonIlairymen's price. In the dark it is not
    Members of the North put on only S
    resistant to the mosaic disease is There gasoline
    are producing
    1 .' absolutely to continued association recently in the New admissible but advisable to turnit Wind fallen fruit, now oft the v......... .........;. months work Mrs I' I U{ Cl
    necessary plants district
    i bought cooperatively enough seed "right side out". when coming trees nine days, shows signs of decay S .
    .; syrup production in parts of the and along the Gulf coast of presided as assistant tuperlntti
    _ west
    to plant 10 acres to thla beet. Into the light and none will be permitted to : Keystone Heights :
    state where this disease ent. An election of officer., !
    occurs that city. There also is
    ,' '. Members of the South Marlon association a producing I have been a member of the go out of the state, regardless of BUM Helen Ogden Cor. *
    nays Dr. Wlltnon ..Newell director soon be held and a new UJlfr rl
    plant at Brunswick, Ga. : .
    Methodist church for than whether it .
    will have In acres.A more passes maturity tests
    of the experiment station. It costs little to deliver gas in J. Hinton ...+..*+............**.>. tendent appointed to wcefd V
    local creamery paid for half of fifty years. "After the most I Pledger, supervising Inspector -
    c The sugar cane mosaic disease I the seed to encourage the dairy-. Florida. Why should Florida be straightest sect ot our religion" I of the state inspection bureau Our old golfing friend "Billy" F. G. Cornish who is now resld

    -4tI occurs through all of northern and men to grow their feed. paying more for gas than are was brought up in that faith, but I said today. Bull*inkle has returned to Key- In the north.

    : western Florida at this time and The two associations recently those states not so advantageouslysituated deplore, Inexpressibly, the stand stone Heights after an absence of The Lord's Supper was err I

    I__ there Is no possibility of its being bought about a carload of seed ? that some of the leaders of my the Injustice of which brought; on several months during which time presslvely served and 'en t

    L eradicated. The disease is progressive oats cooperatively to BOW for green tors and middleman. church are taking in the present the war of the Revolution. At any he has been -In charge of the coun- members were takei' >nit

    ; 11 ; and tho farmer does not grazing and feed this winter and If hoover It. K:.,l..tl..l campaign, and a feeling ot shame rate, we are, obviously, playing try club at Meadaville, Pa. Mr. church as follows :Mi Walter

    'i I notice very much damage for the next spring. They also are making The farmer's demand for equal- comes over me at the spectacle of Into the hands of the Catholics by Bullwlnkle had charge of the Key- Clair Mrs. Walter Si ""lair.I 1

    j1 "v' first year or two after his fields cooperative purchases of feeds, ity will be silenced for another two of our outsanding women who the dissension in and possible disruption stone Heights course also the ter St. Clair, Jr Mls! Maw

    .4. '1 become Infected. With continued having just bought a carload of four years. have permitted their names to appear of Protestant churches. Gainesville Country Club course- St. Clair, \Mr n 0 lenklns, J II!

    use of infected cane for planting cottonseed meal. Heal farm I legislation which on the republican electorate Now as to the last winter, dividing his time be- K. O. Jenkins \Mr E .1 I Klcl>r
    ijt the joints of the cane become be the ticket and that this fact Is being of this side tween the two courses. This winter Mrs. E J. Richards wpri. admit
    passed by
    Congress will be question
    L shorter each year and finally the WHAT TIIK: Jml'I'IIUC.\ announced in headlines : Everybody knows he will from oiv
    _ vetoed, just President glaring in that Al supervise the Keystone on their letters
    as Coolidge Smith can't
    plants reach a height of only 15 I'nucIUH I>ONKTO I repeal the prohibition And
    i Heights
    has been doing. a negro republican newspaper, law and Hoover course with Mr. C. L. I churches and 1Ir'IVlaD
    to 24 Inches. TIIK: KAKMKIl; can't enforce -
    whose editor and controller is Chandler as assistant who and Miss Dorotb\ leak
    none will son
    remain -
    _ The ear of the Government will it; that is, his party has, thus
    :P' The only Immune variety of cane --- bo deaf to the appeals of the far- other than Ben Davis, the chairman far, failed, lamentably, to do I here all the time. Mr. Bull- were admitted on confession
    t' t which is available at present in It caused the value of farm ot the republican committee never travel so. winkle is planning big things for faith.

    : 1 k sufficient quantities for planting property to drop .0 .billion dollars mer.The farmer will continue to suffer of Georgia. lie of the postoffice heart is made our to highways ache at the but sight my this course this season In the way 'Mr. Jas II. house is attend
    In this region is the one known as between 1920 and 1925. fraud and of tournaments etc.
    dishonesty recently un- and patronsof
    _ ruin and bankruptcy. of of Green
    many white
    our boys work- the Circuit Coun I in
    Cayana. Farmers growing cane It caused the debt of the farmer covered in Georgia. the same are due for real
    a golf-
    : Big business will continue to get Ing in the chalngang, the majority Springs this week having b.
    4 for syrup manufacture are advised to more than triple within arev Now as to the ecclesiastical side Ing treat the next few months.
    the feast the of
    farmer the them
    crumbs. being there for selling called for Jury service
    ., to secure and propagate this variety years.It The farmer will be hitched to of this situation: It seems to me to whiskey, which in all probability Due to the resignation of two of : \
    as rapidly as possible. drove two moUton farmers a be simply "tweedle dee and tweed- Mr. Jno. J. Houaer antI Sir

    year since 1920 off the soil and n..n..tlnn the yoke.. ..of. commerce and mass r I..y. .,.v."......... hA..A.y.n....... ::."..lh"L" .n.n".... IInn'Wy-_ was uLL.made' In the_ distillery. of a fiuci our..'".__alderman. D iiuui___- H.i JIB_ and city_Hu absence.inaeimueiy L _. ..of_ an-, a II. Ogden were entertained aid t
    r'---- C"UIDC memoer or the republican
    .MANY IIKKH: ; MST Into cities for employment.It C- er, with the odds in favor of the party. These special election i Is advertised to be ner at the home ot Mr and *
    young boys
    1UC1I: WINTKll: DUK reduced the share of the farmer Control of Lake Okeechobee Is former. sons of heart-broken mothersaremade the held November 7th to fill the unex- C. H. Clark Sunday

    In the total national income an urgent federal problem and Smith is a Catholic, so I Sand.
    pre- pired terms
    TO LACK OK FOOI) to suffer while he free. of thlse resigning. Mrs. Jas. H. Houser left! ,
    to 7 Mi per cent, although the farmers steps will be taken at once toward same, are the members of his fam goes days at I
    I are one-third of the total solving It, said Duncan U.Fletch- ily.Hoover's wife is a Catholicand To vote for the republican party Sunday was rally day and com- for a visit of several Hou5

    Gainesville Fla.-Many bee has always been repugnant to munlos Sunday at Keystone home of her son, lames
    population.It er United States senator from as the rules of that church require me
    }' keepers make the mistake of takIng Increased the number of farm Florida, in Tampa Monday. it his children are broughtup and now since its public record of Heights Community church The In Jacksonville. and_),,

    the honey too close, and as a bankruptcies from 997 In 1919 to to subscribe to that faith also; stealing and plundering and unblushing Sunday school was well attendedand Mr. Harold Laurence Ir

    Lr14U" result lose several bees each win 7,872 In 1924, not counting the so his family must be Catholic. robbery in our national classes were organized and W. H. Ogden made a bUslne !;

    1 ter, says It. E. Foster apiary inspector enormous number of farms simply PAINTER'SSimon Hoover is himself a Quaker, but government for the last years-a gotten under way: for the winter to Gainesville and Starke tiavNeotlp

    for the State Plant Board. abandoned-foreclosed or.sold for even so, that church has never record which has not only been a .

    J -t October Is the time to. look at taxes.It raised a hand to help In any"war shame and disgrace to this nation, NOTICE will lie'

    Ii Il' the beea and see that every colony has reduced the- yearly Income Pure Citrus for the defenso of this nation, although but has held us up to .the scorn at public Is auction hereby on even the that first the Mond fol.. y lowing>ln November described, 1910.!land It ab .r

    I has plenty of honey. Mr. Foster'I of the average American farmer they have always enjoyedthe and derision of the nations of.the day of said month before the courth ou.. Door at Star k e'eo..ryl.lJra.I
    I while of which and world-It Is simply county. Stat. ot FlorIda, or .o muo h thereof as well be ii
    reporta that every spring going to about $600, only freedom, and protection won Impoastblle for the amount due for taxei set oppo.l t* the same to*,thcr Ilh tM.
    - over *the state he finds that about $150 Is In cash, the rest being Gem Farm CropFERTILIZERS for them by the valor and bloodof me to Indorse such a regime or of such sale and advertising- C. A. FUTCH.; u

    hundreds of colonies of bees have food fuel and shelter supplied all the other churches, Includingthe help to continue it in power by -. a ('
    .... ... -
    Tote. v. 5... T. ft. A OwserLot ias
    died during the winter. He ati rest farmers. and not those who Catholic

    I, tributes most of this loss to a farm the farmers. I know this to be true for one of I feel too that I cannot repud 1 Block 1 OrigInal ___.f 1-'

    _ p shortage of food. The farmer's dollar will be made my ancestors was excluded: from late the sacrifice "even unto : LoTown Blc'Y'Originaj Is I 21 M. M. MorganMrs. -- Li!"

    .. Because the winter months are worth 100 cents Instead of only the Quaker church for being a soldier death" of my forbears who fought LoTown _____2S t .1 ElvIna Mora ---

    not sever In Florida Is not sufficient about 85 cents as during the past A.. In the Revolutionary-War. AsI for religious liberty in the War Add.. 10_ --I'ffL____, T_. *a I 12 P. J. Pearce -- --.' Ito

    reason to expect the bees by the farm.It "TIMH TRIED AND recall It, Charles Carroll a signer of the Revolution, or that of my Cos. Add. --- --___-III II U'
    to work every day When they are has brought misery and poverty TESTKD" CROP of the Declaration of Independence own father who gave his life for Lots ( > Blk. 11 L'T. Cos. Livingston Truby Co..:---

    forced to do this and two or three to the American countryside and a staunch defender of the principles of right and liberty -- -- ;;
    : cold days come along die. when the nation was In the .UJI "'M... ""< .. .'
    many years the Colonies, was a Catholic. So war between the states or i 'Tj=sii
    Fifteen to twenty pounds of honey supposed to be prosperous. Our Brands arc the Acknow.: also was Raphael Semmes who that of our own soldier boys who AN T J DEMOCRATIC CLUB

    : '., should be left In each hive at all If Hmlth I* Elected lodged Standard by which was commander In chief of the fought, bled and died in the great BRADFORD COUNTY

    _,1 times. The farmers of America get a Growers of Florida have Confederate naval forces) and who World War to "make the world Rev. L. W. Kickliter Chm. E. K. Ferryman, Se1

    In cams where there Is a shortage friend in the White House. Judged all fertilizers for with his good ship the "Alabama"did safe for democracy."

    of honey Mr; Foster recommends The Government at Washington nearly forty year more effective work against the With the principles for which J. T. Quigley] vice-chm. L. D. Green, treaA;
    a mixture of sugar and water will work In the Interests of the Giving all we can for whatwe naval forces of the North than any all these fought ever before me, I :MEETINGS EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT AT COlRl-:

    _ I in equal parts.' The best way Few years. get Instead of getting all other single ship or commander.It feel that I would be traitor to my HOUSE O'CLOCK
    I t to feed this is to take an empty The farmer will get the same we can for what w give,* doesn't seem just or fair to Southern birth and breeding and andbring

    4 "I'' super, without frames and place benefits from the tariff as industry.The I U the policy o- use Catholic men and money to also .worse than traitor to those See secretary for enrollment]] card or sign below

    _ 'T1i on top of hive after removing the farmer will no longer be
    or mail to him.
    and then
    deny their
    1 carry on our wars gave very lives for the
    TilE E. O. I
    cover. Put some pine straw or excelsior forced to buy dear and sell cheap. PAINTER them the right of representation principles embodied in the Demo

    -' In a dish and pour the syrup The farmer will get fair prices I FERTILIZER CO. In our government. This It seemsto cratic party should I now turn Re- Name _______________________,...Date ____.- -

    over it. The bees will do the and a Just share of the profits from JACKSONVILLE. I me, to be "taxation without rep- publlelan, I simply cannot and Route

    'U rest. his toll now going to the specula- --- resentation." with a vengeance, will not do it. __,.____ P. O. __ ___----- -
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    .r.M \ i : PPJA''IO' at urn of Spe<-lal and Local Laws, '
    zIirAIEs the' Hald' defendant, named. or TtX .n.11 I tin and i hereby agreed
    Ibl..mf il ,
    A SMITH SEEN AS July aOth trains will not named: known or unknown, A .- and (""1 be. submitted to the olec' .

    Republican and run as follows: sent. roncettled. non-r..ld..ut.. or oth- torn of I h. State of FlorId. for approval .
    erwlBe.. do appear. to the bill of complaint NOTICf IS HER.KBY OI\1N. or "de..1 Ion ,'1 next gen
    " No.1. Southbound local due ao exhibited against you. on lliimr-hrej', holder Tlx eral I Klectlun of ltnpri>.i TOGOV.SMTH
    13TMPEDE Baptist, for Smith I TRUE CHAMPION I or before Monday the Fifth day ofNovember. Certificate No. 182 5th day of July, t. hplt on the Brut Tuesday after
    Starke 10:45: p. m. I A. 1>. 1925. before the A. I'. 192ft has ,Died said certllleate. ( Monday In Novtunher. A. L>. ,, .
    circuit Court of Bradford county In my oillce: and made applicationfor 192K. That to say that Section ,
    BIRMINGHAM.: ::' Not all I No. 11. southbound local, due Florldn to answer to the bill of tax deed to IHHIIU thereon In accordance 21 of article! HI I of t the. ('onstitti Lion
    ; j complaint. m) exhibited BKHlnxt you with law Snld certlllcateembrace. I of t hem State of Florida ba I .. i:: '
    Southern Drys are so naively credulous OF TEMPERANCE Starke 11:23: A. m. fulllnif which a decree. of thin. court I ho follnwl"M ..I"al'rll..1IIN.n..ly amended. to read ,..low..hol: ?

    that they allow themselvesto I No.2. Northbound local due will be I'liti-red against' yon.The *ltuat" U"ldforll" "Section 21. In ull 11. mum'k'. '
    Ilrndford ty. Florida to-wlt erated, In I the ,
    -- be County Telenraph : I prcctHlinir net.i.ii.i. ..i. 4 A
    L duped by the furtive libels :tarke 6:24: a. m. publlKhpd at Stark... Hradford oountv. HiiHt half of southwest. iiinrter ofsotthheast lawn shall be general nnd of unl
    ano' Elaine, Republican conceived by the! instigators of the Florida, I I" hereby ili-Hlifmucil n. uunrter Section II. township form operation. throughout the State
    En- "whispering No. 12. northbound local due the newspaper In which thin noticeKhali 6, Hotlth r"nK' 22 east. 20 acrc but In all cane not onumerated or
    Leaders :
    iogr'). ,ve campaign. : Sheppard and Barkley, Authorsof be publlxhoil once a week for "h. ."aell.1 of said property executed I In that "01111.I the Legle-
    Policies.MAOUOCrTioLTS Among Influential prohibitionistswho Starke 3:06: p. m. tour coiixpcutlve week. under I h. .rll'al.. issued l wa Inlur., muy pass .. Ir locallawa
    da. s,' His are working actively for the 18th Amendment, AmongHis "*No. '107 southbound\ 'limited-due WITNKSH. my hand a* Clerk and in the naibo of except a* now or here nU.r -
    the. .. "lot thla ,court thlx (tho 3rd "n..a. said certlflcntn shall be. wine I In the Constitution:
    rodeeined hr.'rlt
    election of Governor Smith Is Mrs. Campaign Speakers."HE Starke 1:20: p. m. day of October. A. !>., 192X.a. I i p: tf> lit,v. tax dited ( local; or specIal i

    TOFARMER'S Mabel Junes West ot this city a No. 109 northbound limited due W. AMUSimAN. will '"""a..II'M'i on the Clh day of hil HimII be panned, unless notice. of
    SEAL) Clerk Circuit ('ourt. A.. I U. Intention to apply I h..r.t.r I ,
    CANDIDATE"UK. member of the State Executive Starke 6:44: m. Nnv""h..r. 1128. .hAi 4
    ut p. Bradford County. 1".ld. Srd" of October A. r have been published In the I''
    uldi Committee of thQ Women's Christian WILL ENFORCE LAW AVanneo Ilraneh-No. 101 leaves' Bv IIUANCI1K I A I n.111.,1 II2M. where. tile! matter or thing to lie ott..cl..1 -
    10-5-51-11-2. lputy Clerk.HTIlfH (1. 'V. AI.PKIIMAN. may be ,//tual..t. which notice s 11 .
    Temperance Union.
    it swing completed tarke 6:30 a. m. ; No. 102 arIves ,, the of the
    : : AND END CORRUPTION"Noted ( Clerk of Clri-njt' ( 'urt .hatan..e
    ilican forces In all the Declaring in a public statement: ; 2:10 p. m. S."I Bradford County t Florida, templated law. and shall ha publlnh 1 6'

    I Ther Helow !d distracted by forecaster that "Smith is a better prohibition- T. J. Griffin >l.\ 'SNotice 1..1 By C. A. KNiall?. ed Introduction nt leant thirty Into the day Legislature prior to the of t i0'

    You i* Governor Alia lat than Hoover" Mrs. West has Dry. Throughout Country 10-5-51-11-2: eputy Clerk.NOTICK such bill, unit In the manner to beprovided .
    Y tt '' appealed to all Alabama S I is b..r.by given that In".ra'd by law. Tha evidence that .
    women Repudiate "Hoover and
    his Hypoc
    clnt E the doubtful region "not to be deceived by paid Re. risy"-Many Working Actively Florida decree made on October OP 'PI'I.U'0' FOil ba established In the Leglelatura
    state treasurer
    'aV publican propaganda." for Governor's Election. former let A. 1>. 1928 by HonorableA. 'I' \\ iiiiNOTICH : : > before Mulch bill nhnll ba panned by ,
    PPXI erIIt! Mason-Dlion line. occurred at his old home In Loes- Z. Adkln. JI.I"" ofh.. Circuit having allldavlt or Iroot of pulillcation ,. 3 4
    Mrs. West is an active worker In Court. In "ml Bradford
    leaders are confl- county, attached to the proponed billwhen
    Monday. In the
    moCr' the Baptist church. Until this burg> Florldn. In that certain cause "h..rp- the name IH. Introduced In either
    $00 { ubllcan leaders appre"Happy year Exposing the Irresponsibility and John Lunlng Florida has lost a in J.Y.. Andrew' I I.* ('omplalnaltan.I I:* IIKUKIIV fllVWN branch of the Legislature, and
    h"n..lvA.. _. thAt th.. she has been a Republican. .\d. Rauerx A .. formerly That "'. J. A ld.r"a", holder nf Tax which such allldavlt
    ---- --- of .
    hypocrisy of attacks upon Governor faithful public servant and one Ada .. ... and Thomaa W. Anderaon ('art ittonte No. 254. 6th day of July, proof ft publication cun.ttl1Una
    War. Smith ostensibly because of his her best citizens. W. V. Knott her. hiiKbnnd. are defendant, A. l>. 11121, has tiled nil lit ,'..rll'II.I ahol .nter-
    rior's" present the Kpeclal) In my ollli'n and. made ed In fill upon the journals of the
    stand on prohibition hundreds of. has been appointed to fill the placeloft will 11I..ralln..I. to.the Ia"t..r. for tux ilt-ml to Issue I ln-n-oii I In aicorilancv ,-- M..IRt. nnd of the house of Iteprenentatlven .

    tour will resultIn V/hat Borah the country's most notable Drys are vacant by the death of Mr' b..Mt bidder In front or the Court with 3 lit a'. Sit iii i>ertitli I 'ntoernlirace t which entries. shall Immediately -

    a reaction no openly Luning. !Inline door In Starke, Bradford I the ,,I lowllM i tiest'ri lieu follow:: the Jmirnal I r'ry ,..
    t I less decisive avowing their support of County Florlln. on Monday the property t 5 I Him: I t:tod I: furit county Khowlim 'ha Introduction I I of the bill
    the Democratic candidate. fifth day .. A. 1928. Klrrldn t-wlt : I'rovbled! however, no publication of
    than that which Told the Senate T. Him! of Southeast any Incnl\ >r special law I I.
    or 4I These sincere men and : diirlnic the 'legal bourn of forthe hli qnnrtor of,1 required
    women. "I. \
    followed his appearances Local relief work among!!: the Soutlnvi 'IIu"ICr. Sect ,ii 7, 'l "WI- bereiindflr when such local or spe- 'x'' ,,
    ahe many of whom have been actively sufferers of i purpose. of lallltylnM' mild 1'ln,1TI..r' I shill 7, ".uth. Uainrc. 2 20 dal law conlalnl provision to the :.
    and flood : 11111. I
    : hurricane th,' I :
    In the ,
    fL IL.in.I...... a. tolo"IIt d"Nrrlb. 1.,1 nuruH.The tIme "ur. shall not become t.'
    .u u v
    West. About Hoover the Lake Okeerhobee region etati>. lvln/c ( h.lnl In ". i nmiPNmeiit of a.lil property operative, or effective until thn same i'' 4\
    many years phase today Bradford, county. Florida: unil.-r the said t'ert. IMMIIIMI ha. been ratified or approved bv a
    took a new
    an vas
    The Republicans with the prohibition A lot of I litnd, h..ln. 2A2H feet t I in I lie name, of ('ii Ih'ol. majority of I ha '"111..1% elector J'
    have virtually when It was announced that North and South, feet Knt h liulexa| HHld i-irtltli-nlu. hn participating I 3 In nn ; called In '. !. :t'
    Panic stricken over the Imminent cause are nnd Went, hounded: North : 1 I "hul redptMiied I the. affected. (
    on by tho by said (
    hA abandoned several DeLand families have R..urdllll i to Ia, a rod hri"Y fie- I
    hho I loss of all the States which convinced that dlvldlnu: line of Fuller I.andii: on,I will 1..1. on the. 2Uh! day cud law. .
    offered to adopt orphaned the h'iut: bv SanderKon I .. .
    of I.Hne-on
    all hope car- have had the opportunity to see the Governor'selection : l or lu".r. A. I). I 11)38. J.
    Senate children from the storm section! the South nniVest by land formerly I I 25lh of .
    ie N( I. rylng North or and hear Governor Smith. the Re. is the of .1. H Alvnre. In aectlon Twentvflfht A.ll 1.1 1928. day 1"I.mlr. A. JOINT ItRSOLtrriON Proponing : .: ..

    Iru South Dakota. publican National Committee has only hope of providing> !: them with good homes (25), Township Sit (43), South I I 1. an .Amendment to Section 10 ArtIclo t ..' : ;: ,
    : while Min,1 and the opportunity for an educa- Ftunire. Twenty-two (22, Kant, eontsiniiig : \.nl"IUfAN. XI of the Constitution of the '
    ; nslIIontana' cancelled Senator Borah's scheduled ending the carnival one and one quarter acre (1(11 Cli-rk of Florida Itelullng to Kclu-: IJ '

    ,, and( Nebraska give every Eastern speeches so that he of crime I lon and a chance In life says the more or I.,*. 1 Ili-udfuril I'ounly, Klorldn.lly ciitlun; Authorlnliiv the Dlvlnloiitif \
    an C. A.
    DeLand Sun. W. KNTHTIT.Hpeclnl KNHII'r. ('ountles Into Special Tax DIstrlcl .
    ho tloP )it I Joining the stampede can devote his whole time In a des corruption and T. Mitcter. ,I 0-28-51-10-2(1( )" ,( l'I'lt. ,; I'rovldlnnr for the Klnrtlon I :I, .

    vol :le Govirnor.rn perate effort to stem the Smith debaucherywhich -.- A. 8. CURIVrt, of School Trustees, Their Term of I
    farmers have risen in d.iniK'9 DEPORT Solicitor for Cumplalnanr. utica and Untie; and' for Levy- ,
    'estern in West. ;MI'I'ICIl
    tide the has 2 tl"PI'I.U' "I'IO' FOIt ing and, of a District \ .
    oUS revolt against the grain Since tho campaign speeches of c h a r a c terlzed Ptnrke Flu., Aiiff. 1. 192S 10.1.rt.1 II.aU: : School I Purpose ,,1 t

    hUng a n (IInl this high-powered'Republican spell- the Republican Report of the 1'lerlc of Circuit >oriti orNotice \1 tl4'i'rlt'S !iI.I'I NOTICH IH UlCtti'.oV Bo of It the Itenolved State of by Florida the L:,"gl lntur ,. j,. ..

    oej prlvllpgele m a I enforce- fourt FI..rlda.In on and account for Bradford of Taxes County aBses..- I I" hereby given that tinder That '' ,1 l, Alderman, holder l11VfN. That the following Amendment to '. .

    '1 :IIIf.iH. ment of the Vol- Senator ed for tb. year Q7.:! end by vltrue of that certain. Finallocree 1''lf"uI., No. 2H1, ill hi day of July Section 10 of Article XII of the Con- \ ,
    ,. .. rtver SENATOR PETER NORBCCK, Morris. Sheppard Sttrke. Fla.. O<'t. 1. 1928. of l'o''lu.llr. made amienderrrl hits 11..0 mild (','rl Iitt'ato .Htltiillini of the State of ForhJI. re- ,
    Republican. of South Dakota cud stead law. B. W. HAY HA Tax Collector on Heptemlier 19th A. 1*., I I" my oillce nnd 111.1., application I for hit log to i'd IICILllol. be Ind nntna *> .
    Theyl In the Senate on April 20. 1923: Most Impressive of the declarations County 1T-PT lops. bv Honorable A. /. Adkln. tax deed to la"u. thernoii In nccordiiue -j IK hereby for..1 and shall lul nub- 1. \ ,
    ILteryflCT ) "I, have been here for seven year To bul. due Sept. 1. IU2S :2059.5S tidire of the Circuit, Court In and for with h.w. Pild cerlltlciito( "..,- tiiiltelto I 1 t.h. "(' o! the State
    al l ) of to Governor Smith : I .. .
    while Mr. Hoover. hal been Secretary loyalty ...:. ....Il...!. .. 1)q il iendr.i t'..nlv wi.t. ,. 'n .... I braces Hid r.lnwilo I I !..sc'ri|I lual I Ill-nil HC inoLjitiitfi at I'.ifv'kit.ii .
    *M Itepresen.tuctives | ,
    thai: the of Commerce, ana he (i. the so fur as prohibition is concerned Tu bal.' 'due; "th-t. 1. f\\ 2T-. -2T36.53ICitnil i : certain: entice h'.ri Li.: A.: Pitvlx.. i ', Pity" .111.1"1 II |HI'llUol'I' co, I to b.. held l I In 1928 fur approval .

    iblicanoie nom. one man who has never. raieed, hit is that of Senator Morris Sheppard n".. llrlilite hocus. Lee. "",','v"n" Havl, .1. T. Quigley Fl.'i' I-Wi I t : or rejection. That Maid Hec. t
    voice .agricultural inequal. IH971.U nnd Minnie Vest. f Northwest quarter ibm shall ba
    analntt To bai.) due tippt.. I. Qulirlev arc comiildlnnnt 1 so aa to
    : w 0. 5U ity. Ho should never be elected of Texas one of the authors of the lIy amt. collet-toil, -.200483) *. and J C... I ellcvolxi M. 1>"- of HnuthwpNt, iiuarler Hevllun 21. read follows: am.ndet

    'I 1' !plte President." Eighteenth Amendment. An able i-o bill. due K-t. 1. Ul28 -_ ..1111/66.63 S) evolxe his wife Jrotort l.county 20 Towni-hlp ncren.Tim 7, HOlt h, Ituniru, : : NI.t. "Section 10. The T.egliature may I Ii'rovidi

    r ohernentet I honest and life-Ion Dry he Is regarded bnl. due Sept.AicrlrultitritlTo I 1-.I2S ___ 305.08 .unit",...the the Cltv umlerttlarned of nr.a* .1"1"Special- assessment" of said property or for the Into dIvision uonverilent of, uny school county

    II Kan. binder are purely "political! he, of as one of the foremost ad- fly unit collected ___ ._- 82.33 Master wil ...1 for rnxh to the under t th a sit hI e'ert' 111"1 I |es uiel| WILl "counle.; Ind for the election biennially
    Cn "c, "8. course will not dlvulgo his own vocates of prohibition in America.As fo bal. due Oct. 1. 112H!> 273.03;; h ilvbext .. bidder, I In front of in the nami* of. .1..le I. 1.lr'n. of t three nchonl trustees, who
    C'....nty HrHool the Court, hoitRff door In Stnrke, I'a. said ..rlil."Ie I .1"1 I lin me. hall hold I heir oillcim for two yearN,
    t n woose I personal feelings and opinions. a campaign To Uul. due Kept.) 1 I. 11'28!' .- _Oi 19.78 Hradfortl ('ounly, Florliln. on MonIHV d..11.1 a"nr.flM I i hLW.IIX dond and who have the '
    d ole record Those who hear him. however speakerin lIy Hint. <-olleut 'il 84 .Bft I the Bth laY of Nov..mh.r. A. T>., WIIII.uo I I 1 t 11..1! ." Ih.iilh l)I day of of th ahal"hnoll "up..rvl'ol dlst"I. -
    b him -: Governoru be interested In the Sona. To bILl. line. Oi-t. 1. I 192H .- ..6473.011Wlilow 1 1H28 ,Iurln" I the leant hour. of sale, OC'lnl.r. | I II2M. ...I; and. i wihin, anil J
    mps a Walter Maddock might behalf of *.. PneI.uTo Fiiml. for 1'0' antlefylnir mild, '1111.,1, I hil of 80lteflhiier., lection of hvyl"M.ch..1 tax for.
    nUes8 en- tor's real estimate of Herbert Hoover GovernorSmith's bal due Sept. 1. 1SI2S 3M.911( ; flnnl dect' ilem-rlbeil A. 1). the ...rll.lvl. tine i.f I the public free I

    ? -trlculture.." gleaned from his own ut- iy H.mt. collceteil -_ 32.83:! rent ."Int. lying and h..111 In (1.V'. ott.1)hI1SIAN. .( within the when- .
    ,a as candidacy To bal. due Oct. 1. 1S2* _-_ 273.BB '<>"rko. Bruilfoi-d ('oUlly. "' to- (H"ol Cl.-rk of Circuit Court, 'hoof. majority of th 11..lrl."
    ne w i ho most staggering blows terances in the Senate.In Senator Tntnl ".."-.....10..1To wit : li. nrndfnril, Con ill y, 1.1 hh. tor thnroiif that pay it tux .on.Iuc.
    arraignment of the bal. duo; Hi-pt. I I. JH2S 6011 I.13 1"Klnnln.! nt pvlnt on the North lly C. A. K 01'" shall vote rell In it
    red q, the Republican cause a scathing i la 1 NII"'I' p.r..nul property
    Sheppard expressing .
    Hy amt. ('ull"ct..d ...:.3.31 '. zt ..etroet: 2IB I feet 9-28-nt-IO-2l.( "' ,'k. levy.
    \ tlii, ,mqualifled endorgem of former Food Administrator after In no To bal. dun (let. 1. I128 -IiI 1.8tJ Runt of Hie' .lllt. .. of < ,"cl
    ., lei-no Senator Corah said : Toliil "nb.*.ch Smith's
    ) position on farm the war halfhearted 1 IIlr..I. 'Il.
    To hal due Hpl>t. 1. 11128 .. 21181\.00 tOnxt. on n line of ,Hlreet. to the O'L'i'i'J Olf 1' I.f"C'J'If' A JOIVT TJKSOLUTION IropolllnA t
    11 r mi', water power, by Senator "Whatever may be the great manner his belief fly amt. I'oll..t"d ._ 3:111.20: .corpora I l Inn I limit I I (al' Town of nn Ar..n.ln"t. to Hoct 'I

    Irgc tt Morris, Republican Pro- ability of Mr. Hoover, there Is one that a vote To I bat due O<-1. 1. 192S ___ .2330.20 'tarke: I hence Northeimterlv, iilonw 'VII"rUAH. The ?rllntnrn of ((4), : eoHWe( the Conntltulloii I. 'Jl .
    O. W. AL.UKKMAN:/ : Clerk the Coi-, |>'>rnllon t I line, to land \ "Conntllntlnn, ot 188B, I nf the rf FlorlilntRelating .
    . | ivi. (leader in Nebraska who against Hoover lly Blanche Alilrrniun." J>. C.. owned bv i,. c*.Inl" : thence> to the Stale or Florldn, did pit** four to the Pay of terb..r" j 5
    the Northeast l'ow.l Joint Iteaiilution I of I iSa Senate and of
    iunccil Hoover's attitude on P. NYE. is a voto against .orner the ealiloi't propntilnHr amemlment Jou.e
    GERALD of .
    SENATOR tn the prenentatlve'
    hwest .
    of of the
    lithe: ISBUCS.nator Republican of North Dakota: said. .IAw.n".... !.___n___ _itflilSenator __ CI-UHK'S I'I"ft'ffICI, OTITHMKNT; : to 'fmrl..r| stake Soulheatnuarter : tlrencoV State of Ce""llltol w..re Be It Kenolved by the Legislature

    Norris, a staunch prohl- en Juno 11, 1928: intemperance. t'IJ'S'L'Y: FV.MI; \ .nt, on North line of ald Norili.west nKrni'it tn by vote or ".me..-lrhll I I Iof of tho ILt. of Florida.:
    "This man Hoover. whom some all the elected tn I That Four (4) Article
    of Mmithvaat
    Imlsi Alben Barkley nrter ninirler. m..mber .cto.
    and Methodist has been to drive. down our The other coauthor house.; that on iiald Joint Three (: of time I
    are trylna Monthly nnnncmi, nraiionxnt of K98 ft. to IT 1). Miner 'lund ; thence thl vote. /.f Cnllltllll"n 4'4
    _- fnrn. n.it.rtnrnrn_. throats; believes that agriculture of the Eighteenth Amendment nrn-lforrt for parallel I with Church Heaolutlona were. ", upon their -- -- county the month' ofSept. Hnllh..rlv. .
    r- I. : "' agriculture la Im. reu'peutive JournalH with I HIM 'of member of and of tile )
    irnorovinn .. 1928. 17B feet ; I hence. Wept para, yu"a .
    century in Congress I provino it la dylna from, improve- Senator Alben W. Barkley, of
    a leadingadvocate ment." Kentucky has also volunteered to Aunr. 1. 1928 2UII.I11 went .,' r>f Southeast riunrler: t-rmliiA and' direct lint t the Mttld j to thu elo..t.r. of tIme
    h ? .
    of I assist actively in the Smith cam net-Dipt ilurlnir month _- .... 3 r>..7WnrrantB ,210 I ,....t. to Church Hlreet" ; 3 thence Joint He>Holtilon| l h. Kiiljtnlttud tu 'Stata of Florida, adoption or rejection .1, 4
    the eli-rtorB lit the .. at thionoxt gniiBrnl, cleotlnn
    iliirliiK, month M2a.14 Southerly. hong Church Mt.rent Hat. at tim' ( Icn-i-
    farm relief Individual whom lie does not know paign. lIe in. chairman of the Gov IJal. Sept. J. li)28 .-20I8.H1 tB8 (1,4. feet to I Ihn Leo place: thence ernl I Kluctlon: I, Novomlier, 192$. 'I 'nf UepraHentatlvea to be held on the i i

    measures. II e exists In this country and that IB ernor's campaign committee in KIM nn< forfeiture KanitHal. South, 78 ,devree Knt. 101', feet : NOW. TMI-niKFUHI-J: I II. CI.AY ,, !llrnt Tuunday after the first MimJny:
    ,\111(. 1. 1921 D07.13 thoncn Hnuiherlv' Parallel with rUAVVKOIU I. Mec-retury of State ot i,, of the mouth of November A. D.,
    not only enjoys the taxpyer. lie seems to think Kentucky and a member of the National l .*celptH. during month-.. --- 418.S'I! Church ci'meet, 111.I feet : thence th, Slate of 1"lorld., do hereby give ID28. and that said tectol Four (4)

    the complete that money comes like manna to Advisory Committee. Senator Warrant tltirlnw I month _. 37lt.27 North. 78 ...... -"lt, IOIU feet notice I Hint n Hhall be a"elI..1 (lo .* follow
    Hal. "Hept.' 1. 1I2H.! 724.15 to Church troetthenco; (4l'i:" I.\: I. 1':I."I"n': HoimlorM' .1.1 in.ill bars ot t lie lluunaof
    confidence of the children of Israel< from Heaven Barkley has long been engaged H.-n.l KuiKlTtiil. .along Church Street, fnllh''lv.) ; wil ba held In each county In Flor Iteprenentntlva shall ba dulyiliinlllleil

    the farming regions and not from the sweat and toll as a prohibition speaker.' AUK. 1 1. 1928 .- ._ ._ 7042.03 (hence Kimtorlv. nt /RM"angles on Tiienilay next mucceadliiK I Hie elector In the 1..p".lv. u

    but l la acknowledged of the people." Another noted Dry who has taken Herelpt. ilurltiHT inotilh' 148.84 with Church .tr..t. 210 t..t. t.ncf'' Mrnt Monday.. In Nnvolbar, A. I IJ., count Inn nail, districts for i
    sacrifice ,
    and Warrant durlnir month Southerly to point of 1.93$. I nil 'l'I..Ih.V helnir I Ilia are rhimenj I Tha pay of members of
    !!: to Declaring that Hoover had per- the stump for Smith Is Senator Hal. Sept. 1. 1928 -- ._- 7188.87Onrntffnilliiir 1). h..ln". SIXTH lily OF ><), !.:'inIu: I the Senate ar'l house of. lleprenentatlvea -
    Kami Hneclnl' IN'OlT. for the "vat itli'uu t 1.1 or rejnatlnn of nhull no* exceed twelve dollar
    be the Republican profiteering 01 Ma.t..r
    milled disgraceful carter uiass Hal. ,\II M'. I. 1928 ,.. 22.48 A. I'. (' WH. Il the nulil.Joint I i J and llfty cattia ( IU.60) a day
    party's foreI the meat packers and charging him Virginia. who tecelpte durlriic month- Solicitor for Complainant. ''HI'"la t,HU"ollton.l'r..lnl I for each day cf Session; and. Mileage
    senator. fundamental Warrnnte durlnir month- IO-E-B-11-2. I Hie of : lutol to and from their homea to the Beat
    of the most has described
    most authority
    "violation I.
    ohn T Blame with Hal. Sept. 1. 1928 __. 22.4 A J 'I1T I' Prilposing of Government not to exceed. ton
    tJ .
    ?? both farm re- principles of our Constitution himself as being Wlit...v'n I'riiMlon- an Hprlon 24 of ( .nll tItle) u mile each way by thancnrent

    r rand water power. Senator Borah exclaimed: "for prohibition Hal. Ann 1. I92S __. -1347.54 >OTICM OF'KIVtl. lii'lClfAlti.ti, 11 of and mont practicable route. L
    llerelptii durlnic mont), 34.70 Sixty day after date h.r.or. on the of Florida Uelatlnir to Thl Amendment shall go Into effect -
    jl'.lillcullng: Hoover's farm' prom "No one wjth such a perverted before some of \VnrriinfB' during/ month I 167.BO to-wlt! the Z.lrcl day of Nov.mb..r. County and Municipal{ Government at mlilnlKht nn December II.

    as meaningless" and assert- these preachers Hal /Sept.! 1. 1928 _..__-_--__1224.74 1928. I the .nd..rllln.,1, Ad mill Utratnr *. 1028. without the nauennlty of Leglalatlon -
    AKrl.*nlturnt fund of the' 1'"I..t. W ""t..n. IQ It Ite..olved bv the Legislature of ,
    thai the Republican candidate'surd CONGRESSMAN A R L E knew the meaning Hat. Auir. I. UU 409.67 decenned. Will nnnly to.the the State of Florida _

    linked him clearly with the BRAND ". rcH' Ohio. a. of the word." Receipt during month S4.70 ahl. tie.,.. A. Onrdlner, Countv Judge That the following amendment to
    March 13, Warrant durinmo"lh, 125.00Hal. Bradford, Cn."tv. Florida, andprcHent Section 24 of Article III nf the Con- The votes cast In compliance with
    | In the /
    wer trust Senator Norris pre- eerted Pointing out amendment, unit the .
    Sept. 1. 1928 319.27 my vOI..h..r. and flnal account Htltutlim of the State of re- .11.1
    ted that Governor Smith's stand 1928: GovernorSmith's .tltll"1Ir-Fund aa such AdmlnlMtrntor anti auk to County and Florhll. canvass, ,declaration and" return
    I the .1.1. h'lnl irov
    "Mr. Hoover has been Hal. Auir. 1 1928 for their. approval and my I I. thereof, .h.1 be '"ubJert.e to the
    these Issues 0' agriculturalprosperity fecord 7.58 dillcharoe. hereby aitreed to anil
    would win him tre- opponent .
    J prime the past ten y.ar. Knrelpt during month Thin 21et day of ", oliull lie aubmllted. to the electors. of II.m.r."ulalln. "* a*
    iidou support in the West.' for Hoover. I. elected Pr..I' of achievement Wararnt durlnv month It. I.. Bntlen. the Stl\lI at the next general elec are I.w for general elec 5

    Ovetnor Smlth'a Omaha speech" .d.nt. If 0'Mr.the United, Stat. his i Deputation Bill. Sept. 1. 1958 -- 7.l\fI\ Administrator, of TCntate of J. W (iou rell.ntafvell In 11)28) for t..nl In the State TESTIMONYwiipinra, of Florida.JN P5
    doomed to sight Rtatn of Florida. IIU.n. deceased. approval or I
    I. .
    > laid 'U i wholly satisfactory to .griculture. 0' ml..y." for flawless hone Bradford County, 9-21-91-11-1(1.( Section 24. The. Legislature hall OF, 1 have hereunto net I j ,A

    who believes in the Me more yuan esty and courage c.ft"'o'.is September 1 1 1928 AOTICK .F..I.fO': etabluih an uniform system of my. hand nnd alllxea the ,II. .
    T hrehv. certify that the tur"lnlnR'.tatltm..nt County and municipal government threat Heal of the State ; '
    >7Haugen bill." sense of decency ought to b e en- these leaders of the Tlei-elpte and Warrant which shall be applicable, except In; (SEAr) of Florida' at Talahl'l"(I

    Dlow which leaves th" Re- ._"-..."* ....iu... ,_._.nitnttAi___ .nower to remind their followers that he has Bradford* issued against the fund ol To State the Sheriff of nf Bradford County cilia.* where local or npeclal l"wl for twenty-fifth MOO, the < day. of July.A. .; \
    UU''''''" mn- county for the month of 1'lorl.ll: CountlHN are provided by Ieghs-l .
    Mlcan without hope In Wlscon promised to "execute to the very Mept. 1928 I I. true nnil latura I). 192H.
    ,. __ spend $100,080,000. corrert to Be It T, If. Plav Craw that may be In"on"l.t.nt /
    ,. HIM reuu-u. interests (as' limit the pledge of our platform 'to the best of knowledge and hnllcf. ford Secretary of stat. of the State therewith. The by H. CLAY CrAWFOnO... .
    water power S-3.14t-ll-2
    The O. W. AT.DRHMA.V. of Florida do herebv Kenernl law clannlfy. cities and /er.rotary
    Lion of Hoo- make an honest endeavor to rive notice thata townHncconllntr
    well as the meat packers) are in enforce Clerk of the Circuit Court nnVKUAI, KI.ncTION Im held' to population and shall i,
    r hy Senator of Mr.' Hoover much the Eighteenth. Amend Uradfor'l county In Bradford. County, Stats wi by K,nerul law provide for their In.corpor..fon. U .
    favor nianche Alderman, U. C.54)TIrId Jo'lnr"I1.nn lwmwamfWW r
    10 T Blalne. If whit ment. Tuesday next succeeding. nrlt government I. jurlndlo.
    authority as possible. But Mond.v In Nov.mb.. A. I>. 11128. *, .11.111.* antI prlviieges COFFINS & CASKETS '
    met They recall he .
    Renubll- that also said
    Senator Borah told the Senate Is ; said Tuesday being the Sixth day under Such clinltlca.tlon, and no
    |i Cove nor of voters "Tho corruption of enforcement activities of November special or local law Incorporating
    thluklng and Full Line
    he ask
    ''1 State whoCeearti true how can In which caused a former Republican In Circuit Court. Tw..ntv-Shth Ju. For United State Senator from cities. or town, providing fur their o I .
    I, to place Mr. Hoover a position dicial, I Circuit rirndroril County the 8'ltt. of Florida, for *lx years urovernment. Jurl..dlcUol. powers, t
    ,) t o to control directly cr imil- Prohibition Administrator Florida. In Chancery. from March 4, I 1929. ilutle and ( >* .hal lie. passed Undertakers' Supplies '/

    e reeources
    ''he luminant ractly. nil the GovernmentTSEN"TOR the dry agents: next.. frl.nI.ornplalnant Crew. ., her husband and -T"n.'"' ii.. ".".......fl.tI.... .._ ._ c.I rn"1 AUTOMOBILE HEARSE it itI i0
    United States A JOINT
    Con.r..lonRI lntflrt of the State nESOLtmOV Proponing
    .Ives were polities! I )'lorlla. I.. .he! Seventy-Hret Con- an Amendment to Article ill), Seu- Alwara .,, "* idTli* besS u.rvtre I '
    m 'tu' death ,. ward heelers VII.'Oeorore. ar..a United State. lion 21, of the eonattulon of the el the lawnl pHen. Bo_.l J asl.iitius :a i
    CURTIS. W. Cole, et nl.Pefendant State ,, .
    nt t l.l mnk d
    -e01)1 SenaKr fleubltCarP. candidate CHARLES for. V.cePre.dent. nlJ:*.ied by polltl *. lila For Oov"rnol of the State of Flor PaMHuga by tho Legislature or to Special the .EMUALMsUiDEWITT *> re.KEGIJiTBKED ,

    : La. Senator : .f..ng. to Herbert clans I without \i (lee topp..nr In Suit t,. qal..tTill. For Secretary of State of the State or rocal Laws,

    I: 11 B. K. Wheeler Hoover 0" June II, 1928. declared: regard "o Civil .. r.tr.To of Florida.For lie It ItoHolviul by the Legjvluturent C. JONES -
    convention cannot afford ('"nrlO'e 'NV r"lr., rioliert O. Attorney General of the Stateof the State of Florida:
    Dlaine has Issued a "The noml"a a. the head 0' the Service laws and ("010. Frank Wells. ohr Von Kim Florida That the following amcndmont to STARKE. FLA.
    to whom tl1e party AtiirUHt I.. Von Kirn hIs wIt.: AnKu Section 21 >>f Article III nf the .
    n which he : tcket anyone for I that Prohibition Foe Comptroller of the State of Constitution
    ... says ,
    Vl the defensive from the Loher Von Kirn John Thnnia Florida of the State nf re SI j '
    Ot ver is opposed to prac- w'lI day' be he on I. named until, the p0111 Is the 'new, political and S. \f. Thomn his wi'.. If eitherof For Treasurer of the State of Flor lating' to the patinuee by 'Iorlla.th. Lell.. ., : .

    fi'-J' of the policies of tt: close on election' day." park bar. the above are livIng, ami If dead. id i. 'rllmoYrS 11
    then to hi*. h".' ur their b.lrll. leirarf For -
    21 a of Progressive Repubnn reV I will ruth. >pr.,.*..ntntlve I ... \\ngntf/ ....ran I...*. "' Fup"rlnl..nt.nt n of* Florida.Public In. i

    tul I independent' forward- lessly stamp out. clevlirn. ..ucr..*.*orN or anvlKn and For, Commlli. "t Acrlculture :
    t: I IG. tr nit "",'..on. firm find corporation.. of the State of Florida. We
    it Such, condition can charge
    :opla of America. No
    whose .. your
    OFFICIAL BIGOTRY name. r *ldeniA or place of For Two Jjntlcea of the Supreme
    1 I. ibllcanlsm can be ques- will not and bulnea.. I I.*. !unknown. to.complainant: Court' of the. State nf Florida. 8 HR ___

    Dc, I tI ho falls to vote for o. P. CommIttee Backs Mrs.Wlllebrandt's Josephue Daniels-- cannot exist an Iota mat or are parrel Jn.ret.r..J of. land,in lying onose and...rt..ln!>eln For tlie Two State I1alrn..t.Florid.CommlnMonereof STORAGE BATTERY In 'g'gSmith's

    will not support him nor Appeals to tIer any Admin- >t In the City. of ptarke, Bradford For Stale Senator .
    t 'or O"unty. Florida known and described for ISIh Sena
    mm. latratlon presided over by me. (
    L.. ReligIous' Hatred. Jta fnllowH. tonal Dltrlct of the State: of Flor-. ,
    the stampede to Coverm Prefer Modification Ix>ta One (1)r Two Three fS) and ida. _
    r ::3n) North Dakota is Gov- They ere confident that the prom- Fonr (4) of Block Kim (8), In what For One Member of the Houe
    l'r.' Despite the indignant protests of I I.* known a* the Original Town of Ffxpreeentatlve of the State of Flor
    >r Maddock. who was nowspaperethroughout ise will be kept if Smith Is elected. Stark' Kelnir In the Nnrtheanr quar Id. ke
    numerous Republican And modification should ter of BorttlrweKt For County Jadge. Garage
    the Republican ticket Congress riuarrer of ffnctlon 1:
    the country; the Republican Twenty.Klirht For .
    d 281. Tow ,lhlp HU,
    w such Is "h..rlf.For
    t decide
    tte leader of the North National Committee has officially upon a course. ccr (6), South. Han,r" Twenty-Two (22):! the Circuit Court. :
    k 1'gallon to the Republlitioif of talnly preferable. they say to a Kat. all shown by that certain. manor For ounty Assessor. of Taxe..
    fa sanctioned the campaign continuance of Republican nullifica flU"-.,,vl.lon a* recorded In deed For Tax Collector _
    at Kansas City. book ":oJ". at For County Superintendent
    and vllllflcatlon being fll7&9 of the pub- of -.
    ''torItf nag he given Smith his bigotry '" reeordn'of, Bradford county FlorId. Public instruction _
    AVIlle- '
    q waged by Mrs. Mabel Walker tion.Among .. For County 1- iJl I
    t. 4 I other prominent figure- Surveyor. '(
    I Is
    .ar! endorsement but he brandt. Assistant Attorney General. (OEKTJNflS: Yr 'i and each of you For Five County ("ommlllll'oner.' _
    noted for their prohibition activities
    >Ir re-election on the Unted: ( States ar. hereby notlOed that you are For Three Member* of Ihe 'Coun.
    '11\. ticket. Although several who have declared for Smithare mad. defendant. to a. suit bv Mre. ty Hoard of Public Intrnctlon. J. R. DAVIS & CO. 1
    demanded her removal Maud < For Justice of the Peace
    Senators have former Secretary "rewII. joined by A. 5. Crew. In and .
    farmers are for Oov. and the Republican Josephus Daniels her hUAbnnd and next friend who al- for the ''lnwln. Justice Districts,
    :::11"1. Gov. Madiiock from office of the Navy; Cor. Dan Moody I.... In her sworn bill of complaint vi.: No,. I, .

    nd j explains." press. fearing an "American oC Texas; Magnua Johnson form-r now on III. In thla office. that she For Conetable. In and for the fol r ___
    T-sent th(. the farmers. her un-American appeal I* the owner of the fee dimple title Justice Dlatrlcta. via: Noa. I
    8tll1 Burton K. Wheeler of reaction" Intolerance contlnues Progressive Senator from Minnesota thereto and pray a ilerrea removing . INSURANCE __
    :JDtar who to religious ; Senator Walter F. George of cloud, quieting title and foreverclearlnir In Testimony Whereof. I have
    as candidate for t Ice- that she be "mux' and confirming the
    to Insist title In hlr..unto set my hand and affixed
    e. led the Progressive Indicates by Georgia; Henry C. Stuart, former aid land to complainant and de. ..8. the Great Heal of the

    Uet. 5Lh Senator LaFollette In zled. Herbert Hoover Governor of Virginia: Jcdgo W. B. eresing that complainant has and State of J'iorld. at Tallahaeaee AGENCY ESTABLISHED
    .1. his silence that he approve. lh* Swaney of Tennessee and Senator hold a good and uindent, fee aim- this 1886
    also campaigning actively manage ole title absolute In and to ..al< the twenty-fifth day of
    r (j rnor Smith. acuoa of his campaign Cole Bl iie of South Carolina. land, annnlllna: and .decreeln void A. D. UU.I. .
    any and all claim right' tltl. or .I.U..t. CRAWFORD STARKE FLA.r

    Interest of any kind of any and al Secretary of StateTo -. i .
    perallnll. nrma and corporation W. J. Kppereon, Sheriff of llrad- I _
    therein. ford County. _
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    .-- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORID.1. rlf ).\\, ; .'r.tr.TlT.n..n! .. _. .- ___h' __. __ .- .. -_-- .. -.-. -- __U,___ -,----- ,_-. .' r" ,,11:8'I ::
    : them go. but I'I .-=-== ... .,..-- .
    to see ---
    chamberof sorry
    A member of the -- -
    Mexico is becoming civilized. I --- '-'="'io'!
    Bradford Telegraph I wish them a bright and happy ; II
    County deputies declares in favor of dimpled knees and low neck home. '

    Established 1877 dresses. There was a man here last Wednesday ':
    o night to make a lecture for ANDREWS
    Hoover. There were not many of STORE
    i Published Weekly en Fridays and Entered as Second Class Guessing at the age of fossils is something scientists do the people around here present

    Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. without a blush.-Times-Union. And after a woman passes but what few there was all enjoyed -

    S. Matthews_._ _. .____________ Owner and Publisher 25 she can fib about her age without a blush. made the a tallt.fro very Interesting! Claude talk Crosby for General Merchandis

    J. C. Robinson ____-______________ Managing EditorSUBSCRIPTION o Smith which was enjoyed better
    ___. The Perry Herald must have discarded its exchange list than the one made for Hoover) I
    Mr. A. L. Crosby and Lyon I ,
    KATE from the number of complaints being recorded in the state II I

    'M'I I press. Check it over and put the Telegraph back on. Crosby Jacksonville were last business Friday visitors with to a Some stores and mail order hou
    Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance ''I\1 i U
    -- --- load of pork and beef. I practice to use certain items as 'lr! ;'

    .. Advertising Rates on Application.' _. Gen. Chang Tsung Chang deserves the sympathy of the There was a moving Thursday picture ;I I prices are ALL LEADERS. We H'.r ,-t t1'a. OnWorlj
    ahow shown here last !'i
    entire globe. He had to depart leaving 28 wives behind.- : you at all times low prices
    DEMOCRATIC: NOMINEES night for thc bsneflt of the farmers '1 on a gel).'i ,, '' :111 ;
    Times-Union. Reserve your sympathy until his return home. to prevent fires. Nearly all groceries, Dress Good, Shoes I"" I
    9'' 1 (National and State Offices) o the patrons around here were present Clothes. ]

    Presidential Electors and all were accompanied by
    For >
    ; 1k
    '' ,i CLYDE: W. ATKINSON Have you noticed how some political officeholders are their school children.Mr. Our prices are BEDROCK.

    SARAH LANDKUM\ 'CAWTHON doing some of the hardest work in years? Nothing like a L. R. Gainey and Ralph Ha- '
    k ;
    9 t I
    '. t t S. W. DEESEJ. ; splendid chance of losing aforesaid job to make a fellow go to zen Jacksonville'were transacting business. In Study our prices ; compare them wi ; 1\\ ,)tlmi(
    / last Friday.Mr.
    work. David Moore of Theressa (Of- i\Tis'
    home of Miss FACTION OR YOUR
    o was visiting! at the : MONEY
    For United States Senator \. High Springs Telegram says the man who states he does Lorena. Greene last Sunday evening -1 1 I i tects you on any item you purchase i'r' I, 11-:pro,

    I PARK TRAMMELL not care who is elected president is on par with the guy who Miss Vertle Thomas spent last

    For Congress, Second District- swipes your chair while you are standing during the playingof week-end at Lawtey with friends FLOUR

    _R. A. GREEN the national' anthem. and relatives. I > 24 pound bags .
    Laura : ____
    i Miss\ Louise Caraway -- ------- -- 92r
    ) For Governor
    -- Newell Myrtle Wood Stellamae 12 pound bags t
    -- -----
    'fi 1.1 DOYLE E. CARLTON Northerner writes state officials he heard Florida possessed Ward, Leola Fogg, and Mrs. A. JWasdln I ---- 19c(
    i For Secretary of StateH. members of our school : QUALITY FOURS
    M ',\ a perpetual motion machine. The nearest thing Flor- .
    lt CLAY CRAWFORD faculty were all attending the DIAMOND S
    V ida has to such lives at DeFuniak Springs and he will be at teachers convention at Gainesvillelast '
    For Comptroller .- .' There I' 12 pound bags _____________
    ; ERNEST AMOS home when he has exhausted the Republican speaker fund. Friday and Saturday. iaf)j(
    4' was not any school taught here 21 pound bags __n__________ S1.0j!
    l For Commissioner of Agriculture ,/- o last Friday. I 95 pound bags ...
    a : NATHAN MAYO The only way we can convince that Wauchula editor that Mrs! ) Thelma Kelley and chil- ----------- $3,90
    ) For Railroad Commissioners- Bradford county berries are better than Hardee's is to havean dren of Gainesville, spent this'
    .. 1 MRS. R. L. EATON weekend here with her parents I 12 pound bags ..
    -"t exhibit at the South Florida Fail' We'd hate mighty bad ------------ GOt
    Mr. and Mrs. Jake Ward. I 24
    r r 'A. S. WELLS to take the ribbons away from Hardee arid Hillsborough. Miss Merrlel Taylor of Bell Is pounds bags ------------- $1.10

    e M* For Attorney General- -. o staying here visiting her sister, 96 pound bags -----.--------- ,CM.

    FRED II. DAVIS One of Starke's prominent Republicans says the Times- Mrs. A. J. Wasdln and has startedto TOPS ALL SUPERATIVE SELF-RISIXG;

    ' ) s' school here. 12 pound bags ___.____
    For Treasurer-
    I e Union and the Telegraph are biased because their editorial Little Miss Evenda Mae demons hn h bar

    l ; J. C. LUNING .... columns are strictly Democratic in tone. We do not say he is 4 of Starke, Is staying here with her 24 pound bans ------.--..:---- SI,20>fla

    e.4 For Superintendent Public Instruction- biased, however, because he has yet to say one good word fora j grandparents.Mrs. DAISY QUEEN SUPERLATIVE PLAIN
    T. P. Ward and Mr. 1 12
    >F W. S. CAWTHON ,j ,. Democratic administration and uses his position to get the 'Ward were transacting business in pounds ------------------- 60t

    .i For Justices of the Supreme Court- Fellowship Forum to every voter possible.0 [Gainesville last Saturday.Mr. 24 pounds ---------- ------- jjj|
    Adams of Tennessee spent Guaranteed to the Last Biscuit
    ; ARMISTEAD -- --
    -' he: most of last week here with
    LOUIE W. STRUM: .. Books on the life of Hoover are being distributed to school 'rlenda. -- EGGS

    I' ; For State SenatorE. children over the county 'by Republicans. We can imagine Miss Josephine Chesser was {We Want Eggs-We Are Paying for
    business in
    '' M. JOHNS what kind of a howl they would set if books dealing with tttendlng to No. 1 White
    up. rllle last Saturday. Eggs, clean _______ SOc doz.
    I .IVI t- R" '.:tveepresena the earlY lire of :bmiuvms religious eo. training, his success in Miss Louise Caraway' a mem- No.. 1 mixed eggs clean i: j.\\
    GEO. W. HAZEN I public office, were distributed to our school-children. It would ber of our school faculty spent this 'CHICKENS -- .J c uu..
    r1/ home with her I I
    week-end at par-
    1""I f be termed an invasion of American homes by the Pope.

    ; G. O. P.-Graft, Oil, Postof iices.t ..... -0- ents In Sanford. We buy Chickens every day except Sunday
    Mrs. G. B. Colson and son, Resale -
    r o In their efforts to smash the Democratic party, Repub- were attending to business at Fryers, 2 to 3 pounds, fat, per pound 32t\\

    Next on the program should be a new city hall. lican speakers are leaving no stone unturned to accomplishtheir Starke last Saturday.Cold Hens, fat ---. -- .--____________ 22c\\

    -_ _.1ti -- purpose. A Jacksonville attorney addressed the New weather will soon be here. White Leghorn, fryers ________ 2it\\

    I Starke beat Plant City with the first strawberry. River Baptist Association meeting at opening. sessions this We bIg' are time all butchering looking forward: pork to this a Leghorn liens, pound _________.h IScl

    I Its Y o week and forgot his subject entirely in his tirade. against year as there Is plenty around hereto COFFEE

    Even: JoQver makes a wry face when he reads the Fellowship Smith and his praise for Hoover. That such an intrusion was be butchered. Maxwell House, per can ______ 56c\\

    Forum. resented was shown by some of the delegates attending the daughter/ Mrs\ Gerald Jean Adklns Helen, and spent little the Charmer, per can __n______ 29c\\

    dy 1 o meeting leaving the church when the speaker started his po'liticnl week-end In Lake Butler, visiting Cumberland Ground, per pound 30c\\

    9 f, Circus days are here again. But our kid'days will never spiel. fronds and relatives. Best Green Coffee, per pound 23c\\

    return. -- Mr. Ger fe M : 1-1 size 23t\\
    week-end in Hampton with his
    o_- Chief Justice William M. Ellis of the Florida Supreme parents. Mr and Mrs. Adkins. Sungold Tea, small size, 3 for 2it\\

    p The Episcopal.church will not tolerate' mixing religion I Court addresses this admonition to bolters from the Demo- Mr Huss and son J. n.. spent McCormick's Orange Pekoe Tea, 6 for 2ic\

    with politics. -.' ..... cratic party. "If you vote for the Republican presidential Saturday night In Theresstt with' TOBACCOS
    111- Buddie Kusi.
    i -0-- electors, you vote for the platform, doctrines and principlesof son I
    The people of Brooker are plan- Brown Mule, Apple, Williams, Bloodhound, \
    Knott says West Florida will vote the Democratic ticket. the National Republican party-you vote for a man in ning on having: a rather nice time Cornbread I
    I Schnapps Two Tag
    ' 1I' So will the balance of the state. whose selection negro delegates, not only from the South but in Rrooker next spring picking ,
    h Plugs plugs for _________ 56t\\
    the Middle West, participated-you voluntarily' endorse the strawberries. This Is the first year
    r ---0
    t that there has been any large crop Picnic Twist, 3 for. _______ !St\\
    There seems to be a few Republican-by-desertion officeholders selection of a man chosen by a mixed convention of whites and of berries ever planted here. \Ve h. I

    v in Bradford county. blacks over one chosen after a fair fight by representatives of i hope that they are a success as the SNUFF

    4 o your own color and blood. More than that you go outpf your farmers are working very hard and Three Thistle, Navy, Railroad, Buttercup, j
    have been for several months.
    a You can safely vote against taking the limit off of taxation way to ignore a moral and party obligation to do so." Mrs Gld Crawford and children Strawberry and Tube Rose, 3 for tar|

    1 for special tax school districts. 0--- spent part of last week in Lake SMOKING TOBACCOS N

    t o --- FALSE PROMISES Butler visiting. their father Mr. Prince. Albert and Sir Walter Raliegh |
    Cld Crawford.Mr.
    Jasper News has a headline reading "Federal Aid for the L. A. Brown was transact. Two packages for ____ ____ 2ic I

    4 d 1, Nut." Don't crowd. The office-hungry republicans in Florida led on by Mr. ing business In Starke last Wed U. Marine, Granger, George Washington B

    ( o- Howey, their candidate for governor, are promising Florida neuday. Torchlight, Beechnut, 3 for. 2,*j
    Mr. Mac Hough and Jim Mott
    A Democrat will not have to be reminded to vote for the fruit and vegetable growers that if they are elected our pro- were attending: to business 1 In CIGARETTES I

    rr, first six presidential electors on the ticket. ducts will be protected from foreign competition by the tariff] Starke last Tuesday. Camels, Chesterfields, Old Golds Lucky E

    o law. Let's look into this promise a little bit, and see if it will Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Eubanks and Strikes two for"I
    children spent Sunday In Lake packages
    ,,; Tampa Tribune says "most" of the saloons of that city stand the searchlight of truth. California is the home state City with friends and relatives.Mr. 16 pounds Sugar for _________ $lMl
    t' w have been closed. to boost the of the republican candidate for president. California has L. L. Morgan was attending
    Evidently trying price. gone 20
    i to business in Lacrosse Saturdaylast. pounds Rice for .__________ $1M\\
    republican quite consistently. California is and has been '
    l -o now Irish Potatoes, per pound __ 2 K'ft I

    ll; Starke should not wait for the old city hall to collapse ,for many years represented in congress by republican sena- I Mr. P. A. Crosby and S. M. Mott Cabbage, per pound, green-_-_n___ 3/..c|
    before planning the erection of a new one. tors and representatives. California ships from three to four were transacting business in
    (We want good sweet and vegetables |
    times Starke last Saturday.Mr. potatoes
    a as many carloads of fruits and vegetables as Florida
    Henry Brown was a visitorto from the I
    f t Anyone reading the Times-Union paragraphs would does. Why have the republicans not put a tariff on fruits and Hellbronn Springs last Sunday. icSc

    il f think Powell had a grudge against saxophones. vegetables to protect republican California? Did they with- Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Shriver Cooking Apples,per pound ______

    : r hold this help to California for the sheer satisfaction of pun spent Sunday In Jacksonville with Sungold Milk, small _________ ___
    o---- .
    friends and relatives.Mrs.
    Sungold Milk tall ___ .___ _____ lOclOc
    } ''r 'S Healthy gorillas may live to be 100 years old, as the ishing Florida? No. That is not it. P. M Barefoot and children -

    Times-Union says, but who wants.to.be a gorilla? The truth is that just so long as the republican party can of Starke, spent Friday here Sunmaid Raisins Red or Blue, pkg. lOc

    keep the tariff in politics it is going to use it to boost itself with relatives. 1-2 pound boxes: Good Cocoa, pkg. ;
    ---0- Mr and Mrs. M F. Hazen of PICNIC
    into office. In making this use of the tariff the republicans BACON, LARD, SMOKED BACON
    Hawthorne here I
    To the victor gotes the spoils is an old saying in politics, spent Sunday SAUSAGE,
    are going to keep right on doing just what they have always with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. HAMS, REGULAR HAMS, OIL
    but the victor sometimes have passed the spoiled stage.
    } M Hazen and her mother, Mrs. J. BUTTERCHEESEBREAKFASTBA .
    done-levy high tariff the articles
    I'I'o a protective on that are

    t I :' '. Florida will have one Republican senator in the next ses- manufactured in the thickly' populated states of the North C. Mr.Cone.E. M. Hazen and sona.Aub- Always on hand at a good price. and d

    sion of the legislature-Senator Edgar Waybright of Jack- and East, where the majority of the electoral votes are. So rey and Vasco, were transacting END1COTT-JOHNSON. SHOES for men
    sonville. I long as they can manipulate the tariff to the advantage of In Starke Saturday. women.
    Mrs Maud Ward and Mrs Tom-
    -0 these pampered manufacturers and thereby get the necessary my Johnson and daughter of Jack- IRONCLAD HOSIERY for men and women.

    _ Local record dealer' reports "The Sidewalks of New York" I votes to keep themselves in office the balance of the countrycan sonville relatives were visiting friends and HAWK BRAND CLOTHES for men and boy
    here last
    to be in great demand here. By pedestrians in New York, I, go hang. noon. Tuesday after- THREAD, 6 spools J and P Coats for *:*
    too, we suppose. Twice during his administration bills looking to the re- The girls around here have start- 36-in. Yellow Homespun, extra good '- '::*

    o lief of the farming intrests of the country have been passedby ed to group together toward their 36-in. Yellow Homespun, light weight, yd. /J

    the votes of Southern and Western members of! Congress, new basketball team. We have Good weight Outing in colors yd. Ipe
    ti Bootleggers in the North and South are boosting Hoover. started out very early so that we ,

    i ;_ They know that Smith is sincere in his statement that he will and twice President Coolidge, from manufacturing New Eng can have a very successful team| 27-in. Dress Ginghams, yd. ---- ?,
    I land, has vetoed the bills. This Is the town team. The schoolgirls 32-in. Dress Ginghams
    a enforce the law. yd.
    __ o-- There is no reason to believe that another republican ad- have are a very playing bright volley team.ball. They Linen Finish Table Oil Cloth-- --yd.- & \

    Last Friday was Farmers' Day, but they had to put it on ministration would be any different to those that have gone Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Melvin Haincs three season union suits for men >

    Columbus Day to remind the politicians that we have farmers before. It is hard for a leopard to change his spots. spent visiting Sunday friends at and Heilbronn relatives.Springs Fall, 'Winter and Spring suits $19j Soc

    in this country. ----- Misses Sara and Haincs 3-season Unions for boys, all sires
    I .......0...N.N........ last Friday and Saturday. Wiggins Kelley Jewel Union Suits **
    and Mr.
    o Norman Wigginswere for ladies _______ _
    Yl : : Mr. A. D. Surrency and eon. visiting our B. Y. P. U.
    '' ; Exchange says it is bad for a train to hit a car anywhere, BROOKERML.. ..XyX..i..,. ,. t. 111[a 111 e. were transacting business Sunday night. We want.your business and shall try to please
    but it is extremely distressing when it hits between the first : ,In Starke ,last Wednesday. Mr. Henry Shaw was attending
    ........................ Mr. and lira. Rob Lewis of the t to business in Starke last week. you with every purchase you make.
    and second payments.
    II Mr. II. P. Oalney and son. Everett Zff: section, have moved here to Mrs. Sutton of St. Petersburg is
    lw h:4a o were transacting! business In make their future home. We all spending sometime here with her
    : ; The voter who places faith in what that dirty Republican Jacksonville! last Friday. welcome! them. mother, Mrs. Hobbs. Andrews StoreT

    The Fellowship Forum, says would hang up his sock Mr. T O PlnhoUter and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Wall Crews have Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pin holster of
    l.z,, rag, Lubedla, of here attended the moved from Broker to Waldo to Jacksonville spent Sunday here
    i at Christmas time if he had one. I teachers home. We all
    j : convention at Gainesville make their future with friends and relatives L L ---

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