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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 26, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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.N'" .' The regular w *tlirg of the I' Democnatic; Occupation! Merchant 'IcrtUlc vote. They tell you a dirty Miami. Oct. Flui Aljfiit.Oct !tae;; .'l i "* 20'ollowlns ,
Pafejjt-TaaAMrl "Associa tie when l.o.arn. ,that under t.1Mt|f.| ntalvi. ..
Farmer; Age, 48; Color, White; they ,naythat you can be from News :: 1 .
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|k'oJi, 'I"' noon at"the school auditorium witha dence, Lawtey, Bradford County ticket. By ':your was\ ye are Florida and Special Examiner thq! J'uleriante & MlamK Oct. lPMII': Ruth ;
Starke Florida'ssum ,
,; -i 01 ; large number I ; ttendance. known ** : _. Commerce GoinmUnlwi, All.1 prynn O>ven.o.Allam" |, democratic )
) ongreafiman from Florida; Oath, I, having teen) first "The plain duty ot tvery Demo- : !
( ': The C C Docket 1 i936 ,
the"Fourth
meeting ( ,'frl6t'I'01l011 fort Jrpm
was nominee| congress
opened with '
duly sworn say, Qpon) oath( that But there 'Is thing that the ,
[ llHtrlct. has reiterated one crat who voted In' Che primary la ,
intt the
'c( hymn"America toe-Beautiful" ratvs,9u1 'frulta, vegottiblos, burrjes I Florida! ,(Zli tonight .
iiitement that he is a'' the statements here'entere'd opposite dirty carpet baggef has not tbld to purport' thenosijiteek' of his '
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,Iou>' which was folowed, byai-prayer by I and melons from the .South it Urecommended pledged her wholehearted support' /
my name as "qualifications! and he will '
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dad In the ,
crIgremaD Ilev. O.:' P. Raymond. ... you party general, election, no << that Uia .refrlnoratlon to the Democratic party In an address ,
as an elector, are true. (Signed) he will even tell- "To
Green last night .. you rest n'atter whether they are- the men
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After the wherries for the
rate on ,
tyere tonight which '
secretarye.and treasurer's J. L. Harrell. was
''e juiced 'hai he would speak easy-nothing like this can }happen he originally/; voted for or not according -
future be tlxf'dllt (76) broadcast '
report, Mtst+ Madge Middle- seventy-six: ( ) over station WQA.M. .i
P 'hi Democratic: ticket ion Now, Mr. Voter, If you did not In the South,1 should j'ou' ask tp J. Whltfleld., pre-
' alr ) was elected per cent ot the present rate andtab "I have two allegiances/ eachmtiw
(C'I ..0' ""n and rniintv. before .. ,.., ,.-,--..-. treasurer for the take the above- oath after- answerIng I him about It. 1, Hlrllnir..: _luctflfM.. .. nf_ ,..division. H_" __ _TV.. )_<'lnr P_'- ...... .,.... ........,........ ...... _..'-. .... .... ......._ ... _... .. ..' ; h I .
"'" lilt 1VI 1IKVIU1UMI IUIV UU Cli-: in lily iiwuii, sum nira. uw-
I ;;: .caiherlng I, next Tues- The following names were reported -t the above questions ;'tPiha This In what hi refuses to tell Ida supreme court, In u letter to run fruits and vegetables be fixed In ppledglng her support to theIcmocrttts. .1 :r ..q', ''
address! to be radlo- time you registered as a Democrat and what he tries James M CantonvMlaml attorney. 'J ,'''
h you to
l bt < having paid $2.00 or less slip over at eltthty-threo. ((83)) per cent of'the "My allegiance. to the I
Of1(1)1"( ) radiophone of '! Oil the public school music fund of for the Primary Election, then on you so that ho1 may laugh like The presiding:! justice Is known present rate. Democratic party and allegiance \ i'3n

(C' ?n h,'(nit 'if Florida. He had j III. H. S.Mrs.. Emma Canova, you were not <|ii all lied as an elector a fiend In hell at! your downfall. tin probably tho most conservative The present refrigeration rate on lo Florida a Demoirutlc state, al- \ j
,,'meut early in I help and could not vote In the PrK member of the suprema court and II \ J
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I Mesrs.V.; O. Halle, Olin W. per cent df the votes cast "trawberrlea to New York Is $71.I .- ways. I )
III II ,in', lie was a staunch. White, N. Sternberg: Aubrey mary Election, and should: you ::1the General Election ore for Is recognized generally aa the unofficial -' I 50 per cur and the> proposed ra.tvfaro '!."!

-T m party. Frlnk, .h:. M. Rooks M. J. McRae. have so: voted you would have violated the Republican cfiRdldatcg then in leader of the prohibition $58.90 pt'r car or 11, reductionof ('(W C.01.14; SMHTHIM: ; I

ii,i">le (to fill all speak- .J. F KIckllter R. II. Cox, S. S. the Florida Election Laws. the future the Ktato of Florida movement 1n this stale $1 11.6(1( po cur; I the prevent rutox \.4 "I ,

r 1, K 'i. 'nti) I have been re- 110IIn F. I F SI ump, II. L. Brown- Now there i Is a question being/; will have to provide for a Republican jUltlt'eVhlttlcJ.lllolnt) out that on citrus I( fruits! and vegetnblos. to Mirror Clark i : !{I(

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'I'I I 'I MCI that It has been I Miss Olve: Kay and Mrs. Flora B. whether t the above oath binds hU happen in Bradford county the for delegates who opposed the t he prujioHod) en I es ,aru $1111.10. or '11 In t the county jail last weekfollowing j1't) j ij

''I )u > Ruse of serious III- I Cady. them to support the nominees of few Dled-In-The-Wool white Uepubllcans present nomInees, ni a Democrat a reduction of $ I 1.90! por rar It I Home export: sleuthing! on : ( \ .. t

I a i mlly for me to make I Mis.\ H. It!. Snyder, chairman the Primary Election when votingIn together with the IIPK- he Is neveitheless in duty hound vlll bo noted 1 that I Ilia spread 1 ho- the part of Night Odleer Thornton : 4 ;>..0J\ I
,HI in the the November to support them and that lie "can
appearances of the program committee had as or General Klectlon. roes could and would put their" woe n the ruCrlKerntrou/: rate oilSt !and.! lie will probably build 4( J'
some
i I Ij iiniKn, I have decided speaker! for the afternoon, Mrs Educated( or semi-educated candidates out nominate them, not vote for the nominee or another t raw berries and citrus fruit Imp "

t 'I' 'ruesday night," Smith, president of the Ocala Par- )people are not asking this question and run them aga nst jour while i I political party which HlronuouKly been> $7,GO pur, car, whereas under rends In fs'nssau( rounty on account .4. ,

.in 'ed 'At that time I ent-Teacher Association, who ; they can read and write men and women liii the general I opposes I he vital principles he piopoHod( rates! 1 thu "Npread' will of his desire for fiosh meat IM I '

I i-uily state why I am gave a very interesting address. therefore t they do their own InvosUgaUn election, and as, mi: $'e ns God made of government" for which we have he but eighty; ( SO ) per) conl per demons reported l to Thornton Hint ( ;j ,S' VS

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it Uu party ticket In theit Miss Ethel Griffin gave two solo cannot read read and write I wish elect their man 1 le him be white The Idler follows: The Invest (gallon WIIH under- night following 1trllll( bo hi ml S ,
ampnlgn./ I am making number to say that Webster's Dictionary mixed blood or Also In "I shall vote t the entire Democratic Charlie _
which were followed bya negro. taken by the Interstate C'ommercu Cooper's /fluid, ha found awash "
ddress in behalf of the ticket, that Affiliate ticket!! bocauoe I urn a Democrat ,
short address from Rev. Lowryof says means "to adopt those counties where the negro 'ommlsrilon, whose employees boiler of hot water and heard S
ml itate and county. The the as a son assign a child to Its population there and because, having pitrllcl-. .
Presbyterian church after predominates Hide a delatU'd cost analysis. of omeone culling up hogs Al- I
im ,!$ being sponsored by the I which the meeting adjourned until father, connect with a parent society will be negro sltc rllTs, judges, paled by voting In tile primary the oppratloim, of the Fruit Grow- hough It was out of his, Jurlsdic- $

,Ii State Democratic execuommlttee the next regular date. to be intimately connected superintendents $t Education, election an a Demon at. I feel t thatI ers Kxpresa': Co. The Florida lon, the officer decided he would ,
," with." (Note-I am only\ semi- clerk of court tax collector and am In honor bound to support! (
Mrs. P. M Barefoot, tailroad Commission took un uc Investigate the next morning.
:g. Green's stster-lii-law Ism educated( but am not color blind.) assessor. U Is shame all of the nomlneoH of tho party. "
Cum, Pub Com perfect tire part In tlietio hearings and In Finding the) spot whure! (lie holler
a very serious condition, Now If you have adopted the that white men and women (of While I voted for delegates/; who addition was primarily responsible had been located thn night before
; bppn ,ouflned to a. hospital Democratic party as your son or the South ) would low in tho national convention voted
itoop to
Contract Given 80 for the proposed) reduction! In the was easy but the jiot had met I Die. adopted It uga as your parent society vent a little spleen on a Catholic persons trawherry rates., after tracking a wheelbarrow 1-
(Gainesville appearance will or the Democratic party hJS been as to vote a Republican ticket and nominated I by the convention t yet ---- track through grass and

'Dnll address to be made byngre4man Lawtey School aas'gned: to you ns a child to Its thereby put the curse of the negro my purtk-lpiitlon! In (he primary I water In t the canal for two miles '.' _ _

according to the j father then yOU. are. according to with Ilia rpnllhllr! n fnrnAt Kiicrirnr .lection bind me to support the MPAR. .... nVA'rT-T ".'..t.'._._._.... .II. .1..1- .- 'n -.h._. I,...__ ---Wa----.. I .t'i4
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j.ctement The program, to Contract for the !erectiqn of an your oath just as much under ob- h thr0'n his neighbor who happens : nominee of the party even though I 4.4..a..t Clark, the officer located both pot J '
.iii:(a II the Alachua county Igations to support tho 1)emocraticparty's the nominees were not the choiceof ,
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addition! to thervbawtey'4. Junior to lie weak ID numbers and FROlIVOUNl)? and wheelbarrow In the yard. Buafec q i'' -
IIOIISE in Gainesville will be nominees In the Democrat of Florida" and
the General cannot out vote the other ; V
High school btUldlng was awarded party.I c : wan plucoil under arrost. '
,red b)> the state committee Klectlon. by voting a straight i were vigorously opposed by the
Tuesday by the school board to T am 49 years olli t and have beeu "A
ia "Dimly executive It Democratic ticket father Is Florida delegates in the conven WILL nrv TiTitifiKsII. ; : 3
group
as a J-uKt'II": (iiiann, who wils
Imeson taught all life
H. contractor of Brookavllle my that a Southern
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l,niiouiiced by George Whit under obligations to support his tion. .hit cliirliiK mi llriTUllon M. Snyiler and A. J.
Grlffia
work to be started( ImmedIately gentleman or lady; could l not under \ 'i4 1'
JMiRory manager of the par- aod.jLhe..building,jeady for son. The courts of Florida will any .cIrcumaAaaees! affiliate: "Jo ven If I could renounce my early :M. n
|', VjJIb!!! .lujht,J lierry and proflj .

ity ) bidder offered $19,600 and I' when that son needs his support, been taught that 'Democratic) principles Ing" aa a voter In the primary election t UK* lioNpllnl I Nfrlouxly. .. uouml-: 1 duce buying! on the'platform durIng -

accrued Interest for the bond Issue ( and failure of the father to comply and Southern Ideals were as I and could forget the honors ,.,1 l fllt'il at :11 i:lIt(0 >' !< <'kGalnesvllln Tuiesliuv the corning season, according

with this order will be consld- I the Democratic )party him IIn generously 1II0'ulnl. to announcement _
clean the : recently mailo. ,
of $20,000 and his bid for I as breath of Heaven and J
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construction of the building was i eyed contempt of court and the that Republican principles and 1 conferred upon me. I can- .. ---- TheY. Will ulufl hiavA nlrflllilKIrt_ __m.._ .tru.... id i5''..,
father would come across or go to tint vote for candidates of another : 0('(. 23.-ICiigene' berry growers pony refrigerator
in $17,100. Ideals were just the opposl fe. The I' I _ _
Speak Starke Other bidders were Pruden & jail. |. Democrats have had a few. a very political party that strenuously opposes Gnann 52, of Falbnnks, lies In the boxen to rent to Individual growers -

Co., of Toledo, and the Dank of Now, If you have registered a few members that have betrayedthe I the vital principle of government Alachua County I Hospital In a crltI where they prefer shipping to

tilncnl Starke, with offers of $19,504 and Democrat there is no question at trust placed In them and lowered for which Democrats i I leal condition, as a result: of a lilatform prlcet. Connections have
.1 1I..IHt'UI .\(lIfl'MI4flNlIIi have struggled and sacrificed
all as to oath to shooting ypntc< 19,000, respectively. Livingston your as adoptingthe : our noble banner for a moment j scrape ay
'/ .. of County Than.liii ''- and Jatta of Newberry contractors Democratic party as your son and on the other hand the through many years of sufferingand I and Joseph Henry Howard young with reputable houses In the north

.). Mghtov.. 1st. entered a bid of $18.800 for the and If you have so adopted it you Republican have had a few*, a hardship: which principles I I white man of Fairbanks" Is lodged and west to handle, products '

bonds and to erect the building are legally and morally under an very few, most noble gentlementhat regard/; as essential to the welfareof I| In the county jail, charged with bought by them.Kula .
l Ige A V oath bound obligation/ to the country a* well us the stateof tha shooting.Gnann -_. -_- S
Long and Hon. RobDals for 19305. ; support have served the people In a I
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I of Gainesville wills The building will be of brick the Democratic nominees just as true and honest way. but as a Florida. suffering' ; from! 18 1':1'I.11.10:1.: : .: mUI.S; :

> the voters of Bradford'y construction giving ten additional much aa you are under obligationsto whole I have never found anything! -- wounds, is regarded as having

in Starke Thursday Nov. class rooms laboratory, library, support your own son. No Just thai would change me In my opinions COUNTY IIAISIX: QfOTA only a slight chance of recovery. : Led Green of Lake Butler i I _

according to announcement and auditorium. Repairs to the unbiased white man with the least as to the 'Principles and lie could not be reached for ''a ,lied at the Gill hospital. !Starke! .

yesterday by the All-Demo- old building/; will Include new roof conception of right and wrong Ideals'that I was taught that those Bradford county's quota of $ 600 I statement, Wednesday morning following an :

Hub Both of these men replastering/; other work .neces- could In any way, shape form or parties stand for I firmly believe for relief of the storm sufferers of Although Howard Is said to linens of nearly two weeks. Ser-

'ell Known In Bradford coun sary to put It In good shape. The fashion, let his son die from the that the last 'eight years of Repub- the lower cant count wan raised In have made a statement yesterday vice's! were held at the homo of her 'I

id they will take up Issues I building wjjl be heated by steam. want of material moral. legal or lican rule with its Teapot Dome full, according to local officials of morning to the effect' that the pllrellts. Mr. and 1 C. Holtzendorf.

rontlim voters at the coming spiritual support. The Democratic scandal and Its federal and post. the lied Cross chapter. Additional shooting resulted from objectionable Thursday morning. followed b>>| _
ral election. KKTIMi" : : ( OK "Ot'iTY: party needs your support morally office' appointments selling to high subscriptions to those published I' attentions paid to Mr. Howard interment In New River cemetery S V

("lliiT l Dates Announce. POL'l/rllYMKJr: legally financially and spirituallyand est bidder Is a fair sample of' Republican In the Telegraph were secured, by mann he would make no lev, n. P. Raymond of Starke and ,,

rangptnents were completedweek you can give It this support principles and high placing the county well over the statement at all last night when HeY, B. S. Proctor of Lake Butler,

for Democratic rallies', On Thursday morning, November only by keeping your oath. Ideals. I top. Appreciation for the ready j I Interviewed.L. officiating. Pallbearers w e r atfessrs.

held at different points In 1. at ten o'clock all the grow. Regardless all to what anyone, T).. :...; _ft' A 'w.1 .._A"...IhIl.,...,,'.'. _..un.n.a no> ha n..rt nl nr "ltlinna "1. (Inann. Bon of the wounded Joe Edwards, Ray New- .
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ountv as follows: ers of poultry and all who are Interested may say, (let him be Jew or (1 en Is a mockery Republicanism is I Is expressed by chapter officials.; man, denied Howard's alleged I corn, N. I). Walnwrlglit W. W. [;K '

'JOke- < Thursday, October I In this phase of work-are tile Catholic or Protestant wet or raging, and they who aro deceived I ----- S .. 'charge that Gnann's attentions to lalHden. L. G. Powell A, J. Thom-. 1\'\ 1i IL

II'' ""lock. Invited and urged to meet with the dry, rich or poor white or black, thereby are not wise. \OTIHH: VSKII: > TO OIICK': LINT Mrs. Howard had caused the as.' I
"!teMonday.! October 29th county agent at thd poultry yardof native or foreign. Northerner or shooting, Ho stated that both Besides her husband.( Col. "Floyd ;

!Vk Mr. W. N. Brown whose yardIs I Southerner:; fojol or Idiot, commoner The negroes/ In Florida are the The Telegraph carries the registration families had been friends. for several (Ireen, she leave four children./ :"
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J'IItO Tuesday, October 30th located on the road between or jurist) the major issue In most satisfied set of darkles this list of Ilradtord county In years and that he could find one an infant father, mother, two '"f

n("rJg Hampton and Hampton Beach. In this election Is not the prohibition side of the pearly gates They are I this Issue, and Supervisor of Registration no motive for tile tihootlng.I : brothers and one slstur.A 1 f ,
R conference with Mr. Brownhe who will make not anxious to meddle with politics I () stated that his ,
H Johnson of Jasper, recent quewtlon nor the Wall asks t that every registered / -I Young nunn 1,111lUU; J ,
he 1 <.. .ured as 'a: speaker for willingly agreed to have the bent president but It's strictly a but are. III some instances : l voter check the list to see father and bin.. brother, James ac- t tt
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1.1 I November 6th. and will meeting at his place. and extends party question. It's a death grapple easily led and a Simon Legree can It huts or her name Is there and In ,j cmnpanled by two negroes had '
do ) Tat Harrlnon. "
.r; ':ourthouse during the an Invitation to all who may be Interested between the Democratic party wonders. (and play hell) with II IItbem. the proper voting/ precinct. The I driven to Howard's homo early Care Democratic National Com. j'f

In the work of growing and the Republican party for piillttcal law governing the registration of yesterday morning to get u saw f ,
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--- -- poultry for egg production. At this ;i control of the South. Now Mr. Democrat, before you I voters places It upon the Individual -I.I prior to going to work. Wlillo New mitten York, i" 4I'I '
City.
FUH1..lt meeting/; Mr. Brown will discuss I Since the end of the Civil cast your vote In the general election voter to sue that he Is they were parked In front of I the (1

I It's methods of handling poultry to and thA. hellinulnsr lit ,'urn'". 'Val'l pray lod that not your will Arl v .r.'KtAr.,1_.,'...._._ n.n.1. .N". 0.".." IIrol-1 IIOUKO. It In said. )Howard came on __u Thin:. section. .,of.. itate bolnt! I ., :
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the' mighty throng make it a paying proposition feeding ,g.; i Tula I 1 1til. nStll the Republican -I bu this lie done and that the man .. Failure() do no will result the porch<<: carrying a shotgun and I runny Biirreii DY upponrunra/ 01negro s''
I organization to E
Hurrah for Alt! I troubles sanitation that suits him will be elected. claiming rep-
"; I housing, poultry party ( not the northerner) I 1- them not participating III the without exchanging any words resent Al Smith. Okeechobee
: face will grace the' and the different factors I has bated the Democratic partylIke Then vote a straight Democratic If not opened fire on the elder o I nail II. '
they are qualified.
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News article ,
carries front
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the successful poultryman. ticket from the top to bottom, both i Cnann and. his page .
affecting the devil hates the Bible I and I The publication of the list Is required son, after being ,
claiming negro' to tiC IUch-
t I by Cal..! has the State and National.J. name
.p', Mr. Brown possibly tho devil has never stooped to any- by law for the purpose of .slightly wounded by the first volley IVS
1 halt>III' all his "wetness"! most modern poultry yard to be thing lower. than the Republican L. htAhtRt':f.L.C giving voters it
*,h "tough! of "dry". found In the counly and U makinga party has stooped to In their endeavor they are ready to vote. car and started running, but Howard and and vigorous propaganda / S
prompt
'bcerlng millions success with It. Mr. Brown states to break the Democraticsolid 'I The shipment of the fall crop emptied two more shots at ;
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ask c, crowd. I cry that after deducting from the South; and they are still at of beans from Quincy and 'other I.J. .\. imOOKS HC..Ut3i: 1114 (maim the final shot hitting vulnerable action should be immediately taken .

J' A gross returns for September It. There are Simon Legrees galore -I sections of the county has not yet I AT JIOMK IX ItllKOIIURalford j spots and causing him fb t, S.JAS .
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> thieves and robbers which consisted of feeds tonlc, In Florida! today. "'e have I reached Its peak, but this week Fla.. Oct. 19.-J. A, fall, seriously wounded accordingto S

1 knOll,fl5 i i b known by name- disinfectants and the gas and oil them In Lawtey. They are sittingas .. has shown that a big yield and Brooks died at his home here Tues- L. K. (Gnann. New. 'r.o'elle.York, N., Y.. Sept. 13, 1928Jan. V :. S

where to expect them consumed In getting the eggs to judges on our benches. They are tlendid! prices have ruled the day after a lingering Illness. In Howard stopped shooting and
how Vero !Beach Fla. ,
f "( hun the same. the market. together with several ''n our pulpits. They are In our market this season. The J. I. Hey- 'I addition to his wife he Is survived the youngei Gnunn picked up his I

the horrid monster dozen eggs sold locally. he madea lodges. They are polluting our folds Produce Company shipperand / by two son. J. Ovid Brooks New father and rushed him to the county This organization or any other s

i!1Icd '" 'his modern guise net profit of $49.23. If possibleto social life. They are a cancer to buyer of farm products, states York, and 8. II. Brooks, Ralford; hospital here he added. organization that I know of or

make is hang our heads in arrange to attend It will be well our life In all phases, moral, social that an average/; of 250 crates of one daughter Myrtle Lee, at Sheriff Charles Pnkoson was that any member of the national S
'hlllllE' here those In 1
I L worth while to see Mr. Brown's : political, religious. spiritual beans'and a few crates of squash home; his mother Mrs. Sallie I notified and went to Fairbanks, organization or
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up..our eyes! 'Dock and learn of his methods of and financial. They are i3ahtin'is : have gone forward to the large Brooks Lake: Ilutler one sister taking Howard prisoner and charge_....u. ,___..directingSrnithicarn.._ _..... .__ _0 ___. ._. ___ ;
., "r. I IF F handling game. The county agent with their whispering- lies- markets: during the past ten days. Mrs. Eva Carver, Lulu,; six; brothers bringing him to the jail here,. "representing"'", II. atuw. nut.u Smith "forces u. a"T In"tSfU the S

was a greater farce will be glad to get In touch with dirty Insinuations blasphemous W. 0, Brooks, Lake Butler; where he will remain, without .
law i". have today. I I those who would like to attend this utterances and hypocritical doc Ocala's first car of oranges for O. V. Brooks Providence; W. O. bond until the outcome of Gnann's South. Any one claiming as such j S.

*"I.' ,ice and robbers meeting. trine. They teach that there Is no the season moved Friday, accordIng and A. C. Brooks, of Tampa Handle Injuries have been determined. Is an Imposter and you have consent jV

mar!.] -r- hold sway. harm to commit perjury; that you to W. R. Lee, manager of the Brooks, San ford, and DeWItt James Gnann was struck In the to have them arrested as such. I', .
"hI iI! Nobobdy here hal heard of a fellow ,
to "Icse things the right Keeps his strong heart sweet. are ''not bound by your oath; thatAS Ocala Fruit Packing Company. The Brooks of Dunedin Funeral services nose by throe shots and slightly/

"[I ilsI \ Kaiser Bill: said, "Oaths and fruit \U of good size excellent will be held at the family wounded. A negro named Monroe by the name PAT of HARRISON.Richardson. d .

J11'"ioi -- children steal., Saint Patrick watches over him. treaties, are but as scraps of paper quality and bringing top prices. home at 2 o'clock this afternoon. was struck In the feye by one of
Member Democratic National Com I ,
In rr nzled farmers The blessed Virgin too- that are only fit to be cast aside Orange are moving to the packing S the shots and U now In the county S

'III"! for a square deal. The strength and might of all when they do not suit you" They house In large quantities. two cars I Poles are being erected from the hospital. Surgeons are of the mittee. .
i jot field boxes being unloaded to- Oleander Hotel In Eau Oallle to opinion that he S
I that's right teach social equality of the races. may recover with- Bridge< across Pensacola Bay between
Ill' Hurrah for AU! Will guide him safely through. They preach amalgamation of the day. Manager Lee expects to shipa the toll house on the county bridgeby out having to have the optic re- Pensacola and Town Point

.II"tryb'dy's frlend-| And now we say-Good bless you races. They cater for the negro number of-rars this week and the Florida Power and Light moved. will cost $2,000,000.

re4y WIth smile; AI. vote. They 'are known In the then on steadily to .the middle of Company of Melbourne, which Is In an JTort to save Gnann's life
'lgIUe S
'QUe tand to' lend. We feel that youare- meant South 'as the Nigger Party. They December. establishing a line that far. The In an effort to save Gnann's life found that none of them passed

the Understanding To be like. Woodrow Wilson preach and teach race hatred and 1 Tampa S electricity. will ..furnish power for called on the local fire men to fur- the correct blood teU. W. M. '

''I him':hlldren of the street Our next GREAT PRESIDENT; I now to cap' all other offense they, Manufacture gsts.cbsmlck Insecticide factory to the draw apt d, signal purposes aawen nish blood for a transfusion. Bob Castles, Gnann' son-ln-Iaw! later t

kind and noble -Mary Armstrong McGill. .come to you and tIT ItIY rob ybu"off! chemicals. and, .ether as light for the,toll house' fays Lewis C. O. Nicholson and L. S. Furnished blood for the tran.fua- '
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I POLITICAL POT f lord-County ry In quality Tel a,?':. ,eater Duet

P \ ,2 BRIDGEIW ,. being the case w ar'Qn\\Welt yot
some berries
A1 .. .... "' .... -._ ..ell 'I ... Starke in getting in the city Intelligent self-interest dictate Florida Fair aw, ", ,I"", I ht S
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Series 1928-29 class. They are installing a traf- hearty cooperation between town n : II\B a' Then
.G.:,, "Coolldge Hears Truth About electors at the top. the six prohlJtloll by might convlm,, ,
and country.-Dr. E. C.
l fic light on one of the main cornersof Branson. "( Your
i '' the Farm Situation."-Headline. : electors next and the six one Fergusonr ties are ben t ',! \
the town.-Green Core Springs -o-- ''"' a
,;' 4 1' He has our sympathy. We wouldn't republicans last. And that's that.St. She sat on his knees believe Hardec ", >\n'....,
Time. berNe
: << for .r MtAcncAi. AUCTION SNoa"c. the best :
Times.
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y i t llnten to that kind ol Uncos I Petersburg o Gently stroking his brow. produi. n FlorId
,. 1 measley $75.000 a year.Ifesa .- o Wauchula Advocai
II any .._, ant>r lUrK" Jc. Die when I may, I want it said "I'm through with other men
", rti !4 'I Journal-Tribune. THERE IS BOLTING from both of me by those who knew me best, I'm on my last lap now." -
o sides In this campaign and undoubtedly Klssimmee Editor
n Valley Benjauin
Gazette.
ARTICLE No. aQM that I always plucked a thistle and ,t
bas afforded! a the
This campaign I a great deal of it in each --o- Beach Independm I'

c' golden opportunity to a few FlorIda direction. The most notable fact tl wn eorrMpomfcnts be*asked you cam fay.partosr's.vh by pue tc. planted flower a would flower grow.where-I Abraham thought' If the storm cleaned up these other good aftei ,.ff.c! hw, found

m r editors who for many years about the bolting movements Is Jot moral\\\t\ttm\ the difficult quMtioo M there U M McM.]ty for a Uke- uc a subdivision billboards In its cent storm. He, '. of the
I hive chafed at their paper. demo- this: The Republican who are .4 denials of part....'.suit bids.A 5w.U.the hand should cooUla. UM Lincoln. path paint powder yi Ihat
I tTh critic: mastheads but lacked the leaving their party are doing so *a general rule d.ey pattJ>>r'.suit a trick or trick and a half to justify, a -o-- it did one worth-while deed.- washed off the and iD, stick

rourare to- haul down the flag with because. they are tar Smith.. white ff you have_,tee or BOM of the suit tout:I"denial of UtMl".wt bid. There Is Indeed something in a Starke Telegraph It woudn't have ladles about fa.e& Of they,
fife nal.d .shouU be For Deafer been bad If some of the subdivisions town sod
bands. Leesburg'Com- eore qumluWd .za.s pler bide on* heart thlt
their own the Democrats who are bolting are When are spoken
I J *,. that s.remi bmd and second baad paiais. What. would name. oysters had been swept away with the appear much better m the .
Yd mvrclal. doing so, not because they are forHoover t.---I': thinks of ApaU'dtilcoU. -
I of one immediately eye.
11 >| Wad hs Ud yes do with tbKoarto .J.aMt1. '. .. billboards.. -Miami Beach Sun. ,_. -pfLaad Near Alts
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but because they are Str.awJerrJtr'I1S: >
II :' .' ..... o ?' Iews,. they t"re 11111e4
The nomination of Herbertlloorer against Smith. GOY Smith Is the .... N. I lUnd He.3'"i ..... N. 3it memories: .of Starke and Plant City. ; store and kals the
as the Republican candidate big figure In this campaign. He knows the Celery Morris HilfKh"the" 'flmea-Her- miaed themII'
Of eou..e everyone
+ South- .....-, -1.2 .Heerte ,,: '' anew.-PallQ .pllch
was made possible by Is the cause, of all the excitement t.o- r-,1.7ai'2 ; CWy.: -Times-Union. aid head 'brakeman remarked IDdeJend
;+ I era negroes. The man who made Mr. Hoover I. exlcltlng: very little -i.A.l'J,y,1 d,1 DiamoiIde:: asst..!,-f"'t- to 7, J0. -- during a moment of consciousness. Palm --

k the seconding speech was a negro Interest or enthusiasm. There IsOO f, J Sp.-, ,1.1 Zp u.-j. 'tJto "that women are Just like fiddlers Beach Indet8dent
tf And yet those who oppose the-teg- doubt about who is the great Newspapers of the state are discussing on the beach-you can never tell its readers against, the big taj

t/pF ular Democratic nominee .twllTtt)" figure In the campaign. And great With Head N. I you !should bid one Hearts-9, 8, 4Club. the newspapers withoutan which- war there going 'till- they mosquitoes flying .--""n-MM.,,,, VI T6
q f that the negro Is not to""'"''coixjld) figures have a way of emerging I : trump. The. bid of one no trump .- 10 9. 7. 6, editorial page." There in no start and then, like aa not: they'll; l nothing like ukm,,,/*: ,Ip for k1

c ered and that the Democratic;party triumphant.-Montgomery Adver- over major suit acts: as a denial of the Diamond.f such anlmule. If it hasn't an edi- back up.-Palatka Times Herald.o attractions but was feel I calla
r of the South should not eyed mention tiser. suit and should be so understood by Spad.-A.K.4 -' torial page it's not a newspaper. --- -- to remark that there nothing,
)Y the In this campaign- partner. No score, rubber gam Z dealt and Ocala Star. A newspaper withoutan key about the bit, ,or,
i negro a
I r Democrat. -o- With Hand No. 1, you should bid puwd. A passed and Y bid one club. editorial page is like a mullet While Starke and Plant City are squlto.-Bradford ( coat'J
Live Oak Under the heading "Florida two clubs.The bid of a minor suit overa B bid one diamond, Z bid two club wrangling over which is the srtaw- "lnnI1
J (: i'o I Democracy Seen Swinging to major suit acts as a denial of the suit. A passed and Y bid two hearts. If ft without a backbone, It's a Jellyfish. berry producing center of Florida, graph. That's be.-al,8e, of the

} j ll I Two of the biggest Republican Hoover in Repudiation of Tammany In this hand you have the possibility now bid two spades what nould Z bid? -Sanford Herald. Hardee county is going ahead derness of your hut friend J
newspapers In New York have an- the Forum Of three tricks in clubs and a half trick Solution:Z should bid two no trump. o -- the finest berries that can Inson.-Palm Beai-h. t tndepeiJo
Fellowship carries growing
nounced that they will support the In spades;therefore the denial is sound. Such a bid should indicate to his part- -- I
a long dispatch from Jackson- Sunshine City flapper who be produced in the state. Blue
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that he
has In
ss the
ner
I nominee for governor With Hand No. 3. should a stopper spade mwJ
Confederate
-Rooeevelt-because Democratic It can only ville, which tries to make much There is not a semblance of a trick pan.ia suit but none in the diamond suit If I keeps a wary and watchful eye on ribbons from the South Florida Jacksonville v"" 'II., ),, ,

r 1 J of GovernorSmith' capital out of the fact that SidneyJ. the hand and to bid under such con- Z had had a stopper in the diamonds I her boy friend was asked by an- Fair are proof of that fact.-Wau- are < nductinj t tl
continuance business
rl mean the Cults la stumping the state for ditions even in the laudable desire to he would have bid one no trump over other Sunshine City flapper why chula Advocate. Starke and Plant and plnnmiu' ihelrM

progressive policy. If his in the republican ticket. One para- warn partner, will only get you into one diamond instead of bidding two she Is so :jealous "I'm not Jealous City are not wrangling over the exactly as If they ,v,", ?,??. ,
ttat
vf of good government clubs. For .
furtherance to show the tactics trouble. Your is reason he now can because expecting to be u.i, ,10
graph Is quoted partner very apt to was the reply: "I Just won'tlet strawberry Industry we m
tl' the biggest state in the union is Forum deceiveIts Infer tricks In hand and he is safely bid two no trump without fooling of years. And whv ilmuldn-t, til
d pOt used by the to your r his 2 some other girl make a fool realize it was only because an
f endorsed so strongly by Republican Justified in doing so. If they aren't partner. Y should realize that There is none so wtp, ]
16r readers. It says: "The fact hasn't the diamonds and if he of him."-St. Petersburg Indepen- unusually bad seasan that Hills- whi' can
he must be worthy of there and he with his stopped
when
bid
t on hU
press goes any end will i
-i that Mr. Catts ranks as an Inde also is without a stopper he should bid dent. borough county fell behind. But Ome
bestowed on ions that results is
his.
,1 the honor Democracy! your fault not youngest of UM maIK.
9 $ pendent and defeated the regular three clubs. It is a pretty example of the) 8r.,
,tj, f+ him.-Folkston. (Ga.) Herald. democratic candidate for governoron Therefore,when you hold one,two or expert bidding and shows clearly how churches having their quoto of undesirables. In fact, it is I go. We are glad ,I"?i, '., 0- none of your partner's suit, don't hesitate clever players tell their the ans hoping, as v o', ,,
an anti-Romanist Issue back in can partner criminal records that not few o'' rh| |I
; H' It interesting to note the con- 1916 Indicates how deepseatedIs to deny his bid provided you have type of hand held by their bidding.Y's quite well authenticated by a 'May their reunlnns\( ) n '. ea
4 Florida lit leant a trick in your hand; but with hand in this follows coverfor nefarious deeds
Istency of some newspapers this case was as : persons join these organizations as a :. Sanford Herald
the feeling against In less
Hoover to the popery any strength pass and hope for Hearts-A, K, J, 6 .
1 that praise state." Do the voters of Florida the best. Clubs-A, K 5.2 either already committed or in contemplation. To the upright "

b.. skies, a man who hasn't and done W.anything J.- want to confirm this statement In In the preceding article two tent Diamonds-)Q), 9, 6 members of the churches and fraternal orders the misdeedsof Seeing a stratum -Id(, ere:,
state
tby for this rap the Forum that Florida Is the '1-aniU were given as problems for con- Spades j I other day with p-,rmnw. i sand j
a'r r y, j Howey of the same party, and one abiding place of religious preJu- >ide ration. He read Z's bidding: correctly an I these hypocrites is grievous. So with Tammany Hall. wearing run'-' S >ragas<

f of the most successful citrus growers dice and Intolerance By voting Answer to Problem No. 1 passed the two no trump bid. A a. Whatever wrongs have been committed in its name are pain- very much and <' '''n til
I In the state. result Z and Y made four odd
and developers at no
against the democratic nomineefor thousands of and honorable includedin head produces an.' \ rat i i ,if r J Jwe
ful to the upright men
Just one of the penalties for trying trump,game and rubber while at clubs
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r president and vice-president : Y : they couldn't have made they I are going 'to "nm i i C
principles.Hradenton game an
straddle party its .
j jat to membership.Taken
they will do Just that.-Ocala liar uniform. h..I'RIl" iirlmvo
Herald.. : A B : had to lose two diamonds. and one i i
IA; --0--- Star. : Z : I heart trick. Be on the lookout for as a whole we know that the churches and frater- a couple 'ot Im.. 'I i tour 'Ce1
opportunities of this kind. breeches tn Mold I
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L ; Bishop HenderHon of the Methodist nal orders, their black sheep notwithstanding, are a great tooth brush, sunn) r' ,nd
'4 ) church of Ohio has sent a After calmly looking the matter Answer to Problem No.1'
force for good in the world. Taken as a whole Tammany Hall chief. Why ilKiuini III
telegram to Herbert !Hover, pledgIng squarely in the face we are obliged -
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; Hearts none has been force for in,New York It has been the primp> up and look m'
j the support of more than one to admit that by voting In the a good City.
( i 1i Clubi- K, Q J I as anyone else" I Iifuggett. I-)
a d thousand Methodist preachers In primary we pledged ourself to support Diamonds-A, 7 controlling political influence there, and as such could be, and .
? ''t In the nominee. There has never I
t Ohio. Just what would happen Spn.tes-none .
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has been held responsible for whatever shortcomings have
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tY' e-ertnlu circles If nome bishop of been any question In our mindas Hearts- none Hearts Q, f
t the Catholic church was to send a to this. Hut we thought we <:Iubs,7,5 : Y : Clubs-to. crept into the city government. Working always under the If a couple, mil, (
( 1 Diamonds-Q, 9 t A B : DiamondsJl"'po1dell t City that Is no. I tut I .'
7 I'' n telegram to Governor Smith pledging could satisfy our conscience by not .-: -none : Z surveillance of public opinion it has given the city about as '
Spade.-none
: will be r I I'
of thousand voting for either presidential caiilldate. one cross/
I't a
t
the support
Catholic priests KISHlmmlee However, the more we clean government as could possibly be expected in a city the Use in Alachun 11 t. Hearts A
1 f a Valley Gazette. think of It the more It is borne In'upon Clubs--none, 9,8 size of New York. Without such an organization to be respon- Union. Yes and CliO' He

vJ us that the pledge to vote for cr side of Paradiw, \'i i .*' t,
e -0- Diamonds-K,6: sive to public opinion it is doubtful if the government of the
Roberts of Lake Butler the nominee U an active one and Spades- none the Devil's !MID !111111")( > ;is
', ._ Mayor. Therefore I .city would have been as good as it has been. I vllle Dally Sun
nnd not
". *....i.i....nR. tilii"'d pf' stifles ttornnalv a passive one. we
(tearts are trumps and A leads. the five Problem
No. 3
published In that are pledged to actually vote for -
In the Times, .
of clubs. How Z the hand ,
play
can so -
i have been present at the Democratic candidate for Hearts-A 6 3 .. .
city says: "I I hat he can win the balance of the tricks i iI J, - -
times Indifferent churches when president> And we must admit I ii; .iiiiKt. any defense? Clubs- 10, 5 .

the pastor would, take his text that we pledged ouraelf with our Solution: This problem is an illustra Diamonds-K, 10, 7,1 r
then his sermon mostly from then yea open for we practically knew tion of the gram) coup. Z should trump Spades J, 8, 4

c, on would be casting reflections on that Governor Smith would be the the club trick, and then lead the king
; l Smith. I will meet any nominee when we voted In the mild six of diamonds winning the third t Y :
;Il' .M Governor or anyone else out before primary. He was not our choice, trick in Y's hand with the ace. lie now : A B t i THEFLORIDA'S
preacher has a tenace in hearts over U and must : Z :
( '' t and we will discuss but we have voted for other candidates I
the public !
i, f 1 win the balance of the tricks. Note that
''.a v the Issue. I will not meet in a many a time who were not if Z doesn't trump his club trick, he Hearts Kj 9, 7,4 I
Vu f'' church." Madison Enterprise- our choice. Therefore In view of must lose one trick as he will be forced Clubs-7, 6, 2
j y Recorder. the above facts, we will do our in the lead at trick three and be obligedto Diamonds A, Q J
1 _o-- duty and keep our pledge by votIng lead trumps up to B's hand. This Spades- K, 10, 7 TAMPA
7'' Whether Attorney General Davis the ticket from the top to bot- trumping of a good trick in order to

stretched a point or two or tom. We believe that many people shorten trumps and so obtain a tenace No score rubber game. Z dealt, bid 5.
"oBit ion on the last two tricks is known
and
( one no trump all passed. A opened
of who have would
,ir ; ; not his ruling for the names thought they as the Grand Coup end is one play the five of spades, Y played the four
i candidates for presidential electors vote for Hoover will change their that the love about B
/ experts to brag the nine and Z won the trick with
4I ''t t i on the ballot puts a crimp In mind as the time for the election when they make it. Study this over the ten of spades. How should Z plan
the republicans' plan to get all draws near or when they enter end you mar be able to make a similar the play of the hand Solution in the
: theirs at the top by picking all the voting booth, and that only an play one these day. and surprise next articles

NK p r ; t' t nix with names beginning with inconsiderable number will actually your friends and delight yourself.

"A." His ruling that the names cast'a ballot for the republican Morning Tribune

i i of parties and not electors will nominee. Most of them will find part of the Constitution of the United States, the average
tt'' in alphabetical order that they Just can't do It.-Mon-
i take positions democratic ticello News citizen will not regard it as an issue which should determinehis
r y will put the six
vote. As a result of the expressions of Governor Smith,
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i of enforcement of the law. On this point Governor Smith is adverse to prohibition as a national policy, some dry Demo-

positive and unequivocal. lIe tells us that he will put forward crats may vote for Mr. Hoover and some wet Republicans may GREATEST NEWSPAPER "

vote for Mr. Smith, their votes tending to offset each other. r
every resource at his command to see that the law is enforced,

:I and he does not choose his audiences to make this statement But not so with the average citizen. If to vote his sentimentson ,,'

before. He does not come to the prohibition South and make the prohibition policy, which is not at issue and which can- ,

not be decided in this campaign, means that he votes adversely -
this promise and then go back to the wet sections of the North

and tell his audiences that the enforcement of the law is not to his own views on the real and greate issue of prosperity I I

t that the law will be which affects him directly, he will not throw away his vote. j
an issue. lIe proclaims everywhere en- I Full Associated Press ;

forced so far as it is possible for the federal government to enforce His vote will be cast upon what is the real issue in his mind, i Reports

1: t it. irrespective of the collateral discussion of prohibition." I II II Ii

In view of his long and unbroken record of keeping campaign There has never been a more flagrant case of double- I t

N pledges this should satisfy every reasonable demand dealing than is shown by the actions of the republican leadersin I

,.,(: of prohibitionists especially in view of the fact that his op this campaign. i Feature Articles by Widely Known ;

ponent satisfies himself with high sounding platitudes about 0TAMMANY C

prohibition when he comes South and when he goes North : HALL I

I' plays on the soft pedal, even to the point of saying that prohibition I WritersBest
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and religion have no part in this campaign. All this talk about Tammany Hall is mystifying to a great I .

---0--- many people who are wondering what in the world Mr. Hall .

GETTING THEIR WIRES CROSSED has done to be so roundly abused. The truth is that Tammany .

Hall is not a person but an organization. It is the organized ', I

democracy of New York County, in which is located the great | EDITORIAL PAGE in the South (
+ Our republican friends are .getting their wires pretty
city of New York. Its chief sin lies in the fact that through -
badly crossed in this campaign. In the South they'are
pour- the organizing ability of its leaders New York City has beenin I
ing out to against Smith because iJ
money carry on a campaign ,
the control of the democrats for most of the time for a J
of his religious faith and his views on prohibition while in
great many years. The republicans of course charge Tammany !
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s b the North they are vehemently declaring that neither prohibition
Hall with all the sins in the catalog simply and solely Ii By Carrier I
Florida
't' or religion is an issue in this campaign. ;Py this sort or Mail I
because Tammany Hall is
'' so well organized that the republicans -"
3 of tactics they hope to carry one or two Southern States while I
do not fare well at the elections in New York. They have
l t at the same time holding to northern states where it would be "
kept up this abuse of Tammany for so long that a great many
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unpopular to make religion and prohibition issues in the campaignS :
people have come to look on the organization as something I 1 Year 6 Mo. 3 }Io.

bad. If it and II I ,, r
wholly were a republican organization republican ,

S York In making his speech\ at Madison Square Garden in New office seekers were being regularly elected through its efforts ,! "Daily- and Sunday. ___________ $9.00 4.50 2.'.)- 'rz,
Monday night Mr. Hoover did '
not so much as mention nothing would have been heard in this campaign abtfut I. 1Daily .

y"' prohibition. lIe carried Vice-President Dawes along to handle its wickedness, unless we democrats had raised a hue and cry'' I '. 111

that subject for him, and this is what the vicepresidentsaid against it just as the republicans have done. I Only ______;; _., ------ /.00. 3.50 1.1"" oJ

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the election one way or the other with this in mind, but when to be
corrupt but sin
and corruption are not by any means j II)
> the platforms of the two great parties take practically the confined to Tammany Hall. We find dishonest and sinful pea i I ,

y4F' 'i same position in upholding prohibition, and prohibition is a i pie in almost r
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.. TRAIN SCHEDULE IT IS PUHTHKIl OnnBIlED. that .NOTICK OF .,rl'I.' tTIO\ FOHTt laturc of "I" .'lal and Lotal t.ttws.
you the .snld dvfundantH, named or u.a':1 i I I be and the waino I I. hereby agreed to.
1 -RK TICKEtIMPRESSES { Efectlve July ICth trains will not n.m.d. known or unknown absent und shall Miiunltted' to the ..1.I ...-
'UFMER concealed. non-rt' ld<>nt, or Dtier 11\.1 I' to,'" of the Ptati' i.f Florida for ap- '
inSmK run as follows: vlntf, do appear to the bill of complaint NoTICE' is -I-'. I n, pm\nl or n-Jc. )i'i", ..1 the next e"neiul -
.. i due MO exhibited against you on That I It. S. 1 Itt'' hlll'I'fT..", I' Hleclliiii of u.-pi entatlvc* to
ool"'pULl1eeSConelullve No. 1. Southbound local or before Monday( !tl'i' Fifth day of Certlflrntn S.. I $2, 6th If ly. b., held on I the lust Tucday after
L :1- Starke 10:45 m. November, A. P. 1928. In-fore the A. It. Itl2il hal filed said oTIItlcate tIm' Ili-Hl Mnndiiy In No\ .'mher, A. I D.
.
: proof that Governor p. Circuit Court of llradford county I In my oitU) >. find mndo application I 1928 That to nay, that Section ,
Smith has r.ever been\: controlled No. 11, southbound local due "'101'11., anvwer to the bill of' for tux deed I to |HHU. thcrvuit In accordance Jl of article III of the CoiiHtltutlon 'V
HO exhibited ugh Inst you w'Hll\ Invv Snld certlncateembincea of the stiitK, of Florida .hal l>
I 10"1. .
by NATION Starke 11:23: a. m. .f.Ulnl (' a decree of thin court. t the t.IM'lnlt l I doncrlbedproiieilty I amended to read an : I '
political I or entered aftaliiHt you. .. 1111 tO'I Coun "Section 21. In nil rune enum.- -
religious I In. No.2. Northbound' local. due The rtradforil County "'.I"jrRPh. i, iil"iiritIt to-\I: < crated In the precoillng; e<.. ;. .:;. .
6:24 ptiUllHhcd at $terke. .,\ East half .. went '1"'lrl.rf' 11.hol ho general and uni .l ('
fluences 'Is .otarke. : a. m. ty, Florida. IM hereby tleplKnated an Houtheant, ''llllrl'r. Section I II. IOWI-i throughout tho State, t
found In hit No. 12, northbound local due the newspaper In which thin: nutlet shIp II, OHh rniiKH 22 ennt. :20 UITHH.The hut In nil vases. not enumerated or 1f4
Pro 's That Candidate Candidates: : Named by Governor hull IIK l pultllHhed once wcok for ; aNHeimment of sail priJ.em'ty; : excepted In that nectlon the Leglalature f ',
appoint.mentl I Starke 3:00: p. m. four, rntiHecutlve week under the mild certlncate I IMHIUM, WIIHIn l"y pA.* npeclal or local law C q .
las ponsible for Lowpr aa Smith-Not One Affiliated WITNESS my hinid an Clerk and the name of tTnknown.L'nlpHK except a* now or her. after other- '
(! No. 107 southbound limited due' file. neat of this "olrt. thin. the :ird said certificate hall bo redeemed wine provided In the 1'"attutO"I'

,,.-,> of Wheat.AH Governor of With Tammany. : Starke 1:20: p. m. I day of October, ,, 15241. accordlnir t to law lax devil Provided, That no '
New York. t it U.t'I'Hr.S', will IMHIIK thereon on the 5th day of 1,11 Hhall be pnBed>. un lean notice of 7
Statistics -er J' I ,. No. northbound. limited due SEAL.) Clerk Circuit ,Court November. A. 11. 19J8.l Intention to apply theffor shallhave i ('

..EITHERTGNORANT ROOSEVELT SUPPORTED Starke 5:44: p. m. r1:1n: "at v KlnrliliUv >at*.ij thla Sid day of October, A. been published In the locality I q twhere
1 made publicby i No.' 101" leaves Af..ticItTilAN r>. 1 jstas.!' Ihe matter or thing to be affected -
Wannee Branch lO-S-Ct-11-2. Deputy l1.rk.N'fl.U'N n. "'. ,\l.nt nIAN. may be Bltuated, which notice
"OR GUILTY OF FRAUD"senator Secretary BY REPUBLICAN PRESS i Starke 6:30: a., ro.; No. 102 ar- (R.ul Clerk of Circuit Court .hull 'Rtnto the Bulmtance of the contemplated ,
of State Itradforil Florida.Hy jaw and shall be published .
County,
'IveY 2:10: p. rn. at leant thirty I day prior to theIntroduction
Borah either Mcse reveal A distinctly favorable reaction M \ tIM C. 'A. KNUIHTj) .
CM' T. 3. Grlffln. Into the I cgl.laturs of
Herbert Hoover's that a great to the nomination by the Demo- 10-5-5t-ll-2 Deputy Clerk.OTI'I'2 uch bill, and In th.; manner to beprovided
Irnoram' ''t that undet '
I I" given
h..rhy by law. The that
d I or willfully guilty of majority of cratic party of Franklin D. Roosevelt New Smyrna Is In the midst of Note.,' that certain final such notice has been publlcihed.vld..nce shall ,

,., in. ampalgn speeches to the Gover for Governor of New York over munlrlpul affairs andit decree of forecloHtiru. mail on October : OF ,* PIM.IC\-ri(>\ FOIl I be *ta.III: : I Legislaturelie '
dispute
ID nor's appointee II........ r let A. .l>. 1928. .by llonorabtnA. TVNOTICM 1)1:5:1) for o hht:1'haW"b" pasaed by
tern, law -rs. George N. Peek (..* .. 1>lt"testant State la perceived by political observers looks like the-whole affair will 7. AdklnM. Judge of the Circuit having of publication ,

I farm i j' ,"ler, and former chair. are Pro. I In almost every State of; now be aired! in the court as Circuit Court. In and for Bradford county, -J attached to the proponed bill
Florid, In thiit certain caiiHe wherein I I I.
and that there are the name Introduced In eith
fot oi., industrial Conference the Union. Court, Ju/lge.M.\ O. Howe has J.' ks'. Andrew In ,'"npl..lnAnt ts 1IKIIKHY OIV13.V I wh"l of the Legislature andwhich I

Lot ''"'' Department of Comif twice as many Republican as I Nobody In New York has any ordered the city commission to and AJu, IIuer. Andernon, formerly That T. .1. Alderman, holder of Tax such affidavit conltttuUAI I
Democrats In his Ada Thomas W. An.t..rlnn 25 4. 6th day of July.
Cabinet. C"'llh'lt.\.No. proof of publication
Das ''""Bed in a telegramr. I doubt that,he will( be elected. One meet and perform Its duties. or H'"l.rlt.. hlltblnd. are defendantN, ) .. Illvd sit lii cert Illcate 1 .ha1 .nter-

1'. flUb Work, chairman of The Governors Cabinet I. of tile most able and most highly show cause why It cannot function. the llnilfrslKneil. an special I nu.ltt., t In my otnce, and madn tul'\ 111.101 I ed In full upon the Journal of th*
for tax to t h'ru" Senate nml of the tonne of Kepreenttlve }
Commit- comprised of 10 Protestants 3 i will Hell for cash to I the d..l IM"UI -
RcpuC i National Catholic and 1 Jew. respected figures In the history of This follows the removal of the bent bidder, In front of the Court cordauce. with )Said certificateembrace .*, which entries shall Immediately 1
Of these American he Is said to be Bradfordiunly time deHcrlhedproperly follow the journal er'ryhowlng ,
politics and other city olnclals by Hoiiva door In Ktarke, rolowllM -lj
8 are Republicans 4-are Democrat I mayor Ni "..", ,'tmmiim.I Klie Introduction of the bill.

In behalf (\ the
on Monday 1."lfo'd
t. pee, .i "i Is active sure of the largest majority ever members of the city Commission. 1'lnr"hl. ).. tn-wit: however no publication of J
1.1.1'11. 1'1'01.1-,1.
2 A. t 1
and nrth 1928
lirern -smith because of the are Independents. I received By a candidate for GOT Several Florida cities are having: day "h..r Rale ,( hlif of Soulheaiit quarter of or special law 1* requlreilhnreunder (
.
the legal hour of for
the farm reoQuest Of 25 State Department heads I durlnir Situ t ii tyt Nt iinurtc'r, t ) ?, ''""mm- when such local or .(.e- ,s,.
,nid on Ills the Democratic H"cln.
|nors 14 are Protestant and t tare ernor. presence on trouble over recalls. and electionsand Ihe purpoHe of ontlnfylnir Itlil FinalUerree ship) 7, HimUi H.nlf., l'hmst: 2(1( clnl law .(nllin. provision to the '
directly'challenged ticket. with the the following real effect that shall becomeoperative
IK> coupled the general re-organizations 1..lh..d acre name not "
!
Senator Borah's' state- Catholics. Eight are Republican I fact ..1111". Ivlnir and h..llA of ald 1 or effective until the name
;ruth "i' : that he la one of GovernorSmith's commonwealths as nn aftermath ''h. 11".1 prolwrtyliniler J
of the lian
3 are Independent and 14 I hirad ford county. Florida: cert, Itlcate Imiued was b..n r/tll. or approved hy a .
|,inn in, Ialms ot the Repub- closest friends leaves the of readjustments. A lot of Innd, h"lnlo2621.<, feet In Iho I 11 .nll I'll knun.l'nletum I majority .f riualltled elector ,, ,

lcamtiii ''-->' managers. lIe said : are Democrat I Hoover forces without hotfa In the North antI South and 210 feet Knnt I a..t. "'", hA e"_ ideemed participating In nn "I.ctnl called In ol A '
[ that I am insisting Of 158 other State offclal Plel're-unrI8e" Theater and West, bounded on North bv thedividing at ,. ; 'lt..nt" v Ith..1, tux 'deed; I the teirltory -" ( said vpe- f"t.'
reallz! Empire State. Fort ; rial I local law. 'I
) line of Fuller : on or
whose I.Ild. I iMMiie thereon on the 2'.ith! day
g good,! deal when I demand appointments require the But what is of greater significance being redecorated and movietone the ICaxt by R.I1.I""aol ; on \11 ktnh.r. A. D. 192HHated I -

['si ana tacts from the Repub- approval of the Governor there I since no well-informed per- and vita phone being Inntalled. the J South H. Alvnre anti .,"In hy npctlon, formerlyof A. 1). 1928.1 t his 25tli day of September. A JOINT nKSOLUTlON j(
105 Protestants 33 Catho- 'T".ntv.Iqht I
are :
JXational Committee and Its son has ever doubted the Governor's .. (28), Townnhlp (6), South I I nn Amendment to rrncoaln8 ,
from the claims lice, 11 Jew and 7 undealgnated. South Jacksonville -- Capitol lliinirn. Twentv-two (82), 1'iiBt. contnlnlnff n.V.. ,\.ll'HM.\N. icle XII of the t' f.' : I I
Israeli, udglng ability to carry his own State. I i ( Clerk l of State, of Florida
,
of this. city > and, one acres N'n\ :: i
In of all Concrete Company t "R"le. : : \ : nelilng
case regard 'II\
I In Mr Hoover's behalf. every Is the reaction to \Mr. Roosevelt' more less < I I tiud fin if t ('ott .t FKirldiilly VMtlon : Authorlllllotho Dlvlxlonor
Later norah In his address at other considerations, Governor awarded large paving contract In P. KNIOIfT. i I C. A. KNKIIIT. i ('nunl". Special Tax DI.trll't I..- u I ',
candidacy in the West and Soutb. F 0-Z8-6t-IO-2d Deputy Clerk.l'i'II'l' i '
; ( for time 'Klerllon: 4
Smith appointed the he Phoenix City Alabama MiiHter. 1 ,
; person
serious SI..ILI
Japollf raised a nuesolTeracity Ills consent to become the nominee A. S. ("1117V14.S01iC'l of School Truat.el. Their Term of I '
himself thought beat fitted for the office. Ofltcu mid 1)uties4 unit, for
as between ---- br for Levy- m
at Governor Smith's request Compl.llant. : OFIMM.ICTIO\
CI.KHK'SPtnrke 1&1':1'011'1' t.t I 1'nou'I' : 101 Inir nnil Collection of District 't
D\lr. Hoover.ator has made ridiculous the "Tam 1'I I'::I School Tux for School Purpose: I

Borah asserts that Mr.er Tin., Mig 1. 1928 He It HONolvod I bv the eillatur e
many cry" with which Republican ) OF M tNTKII'M: M
the price of wheat. BIGOTRY A BLUNDER Ilepnrt nf the Clerk of Circuit U.1 NOTicn) IH iiKiti'.iiv: niVKN, of the State of Flori.: ((4 '
Held up Re- campaign managers have attempt Court In and for Brnrtford County Notice I hereby Driven thnt under That '1'. J. .\Alderm.Lti, holder of Tax That (he following Amendment to / .
of the
Inter a large part ed to influence voters in the dIstricts Florida on account of Taxes assessed nnd I'V ylt.rue of that certain FlniU I II Certificate No. ill I I. 5th day' of .Inly, :, Su'etimn 10 of Art lt'imm XI l of time Con- -
Ln ampalgn among the for the year inST. I Decree of Foreclosure "HI. 11.1 I A. 1> I IHSfi, him IIIcil Sit iii cell: I I IllcatvIn : I: ituil lout ot t tie' State Korlda: relitthiK I
unfamiliar with the Gover IV ;
.
Stinks, Flu., Ort. 1. 1928. otlli-e coil made application fi'i'tax lo l
I. thia claim. This rwnitereil on September\ l. / .luL'lIlnl. I. anti the nunmIn
era Is oullt on Hamilton Fish, Jr., Warns nor's record. K. VV.. HAY. 1;<1. Tux Collector 192*. bv Untinrnbln A. X. Adklnn, deed to I.MU. thereon In act'ord- hereby: and hall bo mibmUlf -
had ( ....nl, ProperTo I".IK" of th Circuit Court In and for mice with I I .w. Sal il certificate(I em l to I Ihn' rlfrtnm I nf I Iho State i
that if wheat Hoover That Republican Tammany: Not Represe..tsd bill, due Sept 1. 11128> -_ 301\0.R6 Uriulford Counlv.. Florida. In that I brace* the follow-In I al ccc t'I lieu 'property Ht t lie Ueiinrul 1.I..lon.f lti 8"i orrts prove collected ':12:1.3:1: : .nlttiated In Ui-adford, lallvcK to for '
amt. county.Florida
Hy ., A. approval -
certain wherein It pavlH h. h.ll .
J.oi: -controlled'i the price Success Is Jeopardized.VASIIINQTON.hlamlton \Mr. Roosevelt has never been Tu bal. due Oft. 1. 192M. 273(1.6( l I.<-e I'erryman 1.11.,. ]>nvl*. J. T. Qulirleynnd lo-wlt: I or rojecloll. That until 8w'- ( ,

] )t, ,,>n. as did the prices afllllated with Tammany Hall, nor It.....) nnit tlrlilitr' I ..IUPTo <}ul rley are "0"11.-, Went half of Ni.rthweat quarlcr I lion 10 nl""I..1 HO us tort'ilil f .
i
? 1ml. due Kept. 1, lHII7l.il 1lnnl., ('. .. of SoiithweHt ii| iinrter., Sect t Ion SI I I. UK follow: ''I ,
1 crops that were not any other political machine. III __ __ 2011411( nntK, I..n..ol"e. Idl Tnivnhl 7, Mouth. -
er "wit' : Fish. Hy II lilt. rollertwj 22 .
county 11118' "Hocllon i tt Thn t.oslKl.ilnro: may : $ .
hi. wlf. Hrllford
filled would have add. fact not a single candidate on the To hal due lift. I I. 1924 liilKia.fi.1AurlvuKiirnl : H..la .. defendintx. 20) acre. II"I'I (.
H Jr.. Republican! : representative from i ancl, Ih ( 'lty of '" ore Irovll. for t.o! .11.10.l I I of any coun si
[ .nn advanced and as State ticket, which was in actuality t tho ;undxrKlirtieil a* SpeclnlMauler The HHNeHxment of nnlil propertyunder I 'nlntl.M "nlt'nt school j p.4'I
warned Chairman 305 9f
(t Now York has To bal. due St-pt.' t. 11128 ranh to the the said 1 I Ixxued I
I will sell for .trll..I" wits ,'., ,. Work of the Republican I I hlHlii-Ht l nnd hunt 11."I..r. I In front ot .1'.10 I. I iinliilly cif .Ihrpn Hflmol I tiuxteuv" 3
ie i<' a bushel. Committee. that tho Injection of'' Governor Smith has auy connection bal. due Oct. t. 1 111211 N..h..1To 273.114fitiMify the Cnurt ,hoiine In Stnrke.Itrnilfnril Ulllef. xil 111 ,','rlln'II. nliilll |I.> re- Khnll 'liolil, heir otllci-H for two ) .,hl.'j'l'j'l' f .
I <'O'I inly, ou Monilnv deemcil R." '"'' I (/( at II" I lux deed nntl who have tl ,uup at I
II/ s
1101111. .
used ._ .hul .
| itlr.. Hoover ev- Into the cam with Tammany.New Hal. dmHepl.< 1. 1SI2S .8119.73lv .. D. will I t )
D) the religious Issue B4fl.fl( the* f lh (dnv of A I..u.lh.ro..n th. UII tiny of of ni t h< ch..I. within t tie j,
to keep York leaders (((lIt. ciilli-cteil 1U28. din Inn the legal hour of sale (, I III2N.I ) I and tor t lie levying colIxetliin
,:tor n his power accredited Republicanspeakers : Republican ) ( ; i ; '
paign by '1" bal. duo Oct. \1. 1921 6473.ua) : : : : J : : : I';'I ,!
) mli-l I Ix .
submit in proof fur I tlir purpnHR I nt sit) isfyl IImF Hiiblflnnl .hi.I 25lli day of Sop| tcml>cr. of a illNlrlct scltool| for I ." .
I .
k pi, .id<1 will result In a clean I acknowledge that unlike their I \%'I.I.s IN>nnl' n Fund.To I .1'.1..' I ho following/ ,1sc'rihedr.nl A. 1 It. IU28. I time exolnnlvn miss of I lImu' ]tnblla fritAMrlioul I It t I

I it Mr. Hoover's own of New York and the Eastern own candidate who Is \linked with tin I. duo )Sept. I I. 1II2S) :JOI.99By 12,93'ci. eHl,itf>.. IyllInt/ 1.lnl, inC I..nl':1 1" .. within Din IHxtrlc-l, ,, whrn- I 1'1' I
sweep
'. states by Governor Smith. ." the big power Interests Mr. Roose- .) bal.unit due folli--li-d, Oct.) t t. \112M .. -. 273.tt! 'I.rite: I 11'IHIO..I "UlnIY't 11.1<1. towit (Soul) Ill-nilfuril( < 'ounlv. Flurltlu.Hy Court, ,. ,I over tni'H a I liereiuf! ln'lf I I pay tint, :a|ttm tax, IllIcIt I on dee.rent 'i""I t

rid Prices Down Calling on Mr.\ Hoover !Mr. Fish velt Is Invulnerable to attack. A TlHllI S 'KllllOllKMllTo B001.1S ""I"1Inl" lt" ,point on Hie North I'. A. K.VKIIIT, or iifi'Monal propity. shall voto / t
lliH! !
bnl. .lue1..1./ I I. .
) I
I .
Hltiiale 215 fcol liuputy Cleric..Noru'ij
t favor of BticU
distinguished official of the Wilson .1,1. : U-28-61.1/-2. I levy. ,
Hoover
r'' v 'I.I 1919. Mr. told the Republican presidential lIy unit collected) II3.I.33) : : 10'iMt: of thi* Noi't lieu",it corner of '
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..uidressed' a cable- candidate that he was "*o disgusted Administration, In which ha 'To bal. due net. 1 1. IH2S 4i>7.80)) Cull and. (:hl'h, utreetx th.I. run : :' '
'I'.tnl "h-Nrh..1 Ptiiiil.s'Vu ) 6)p 1':1.1'10"'VI : : JOINT nKStJLIITIOV '
mini! which I now with such political blun served as Assistant Secretary of hal dun l Si-i't. 1. 1921 2 ,tl6.00 Knit, ..n n .. of Call I I .Htreet' thnr'fii'porat nil AineniliniMit to I-I.c I Iropo..llg' '.1 1
of of
I 1 limltH I I
ders" as are being committed by the Navy, and the Democratic candidate I Ily ii ut t. folliM'ted 2:11\.211:!! )) KtarUr' thence Ion Nnrliiemiteriv'OWI, alontcthn rlcl'I17A5, The Legislature of (4, ArtIcle Three (3) Ihn Con- 7 '
'!1'<> bal due Oct. 1. 10211) ) .- 2:1.10.21): : ) ; under the ('cOat II ii tiUoui ot I lie State nf Klorhla ,.1 ,
: itrol of wheat were by the Hoover campaign managers for Vice President in 1820, (). W. AL.DKHMAN L'1..I'k.Th Cornoriillon, llniltw In. / l.nl. 127. itmit ott of 188S. / time )' of MembeiN 'f

'nip the next two on that he contemplates abandoning ha consistently refused to run for ...., '."n..nh....... .._ ..ti.i....v..........flfl..... ,".._ ,''.. the own'NnrtheiiHt d! bv I.. I-'.corner I' I of: t hi'I tie it" .mild,ii ._),1...._ nqn.Hlate' .". of......"Iurlhl.. ,.. "p'.n.did_...,..paHH.,.._four.,..._ I of.I.I.IIIIn t H.lllit Il. of the house ,'. ,'

m, """ 'MI the face of the his speaking tour In the East. Governor until pressed to do so by NotthwoKf ( 'A"'I' of HoiitheniitMiinrter I tticnt to the ConHtltntloii I of the Ho It U.ro."nlllve.I ho Legislature ,
'. State of
l'LI'UK'I V.111'1 I. "'l't'1'I'lI'l'CU.Vl't' : : ,. to an Iron HliiUe" : thencoVpHt Florida nnd the mimo oiUKreed ..
.
on prices In this corny The Republican representative Governor Smith. 1\: UNr.r""lhlY' \ on North 1 line of mild Non I. to by a vote of Ih'-IUI'' I 1 of time State of F'lnl'ld.: I '

.mi advance materially!! saId he "Informed! Hoover that One significant reaction: to Governor ".'ut iiuiirter of HouihoaKt I.
d' present level. I wish Republican leaders: committed a Smith's choice of a man of flnanctiti HTftiBtner.t of Siil Soullinrlv' ft.. to lr. II. Miner ullh Innd) : Church I thence ltiolutlon. were entered upon their Plata nf Florida. relutlnic to the pay '4 ( ,

that unless some su- such character and .nrndforrt county for the month oflSei 1111'.1..1 WeNf, respective. JOlrn..llt. with I th. yeanami of iiiomtKim, uf the Senate anal of the flf
::13'( stupid political blunder by forcing reputation to Mlf."t. 175 r. ; l.n. parallel t*
"; .,t., 1928. of Hill.I\ N..lh.w..t nay thoranii, mind they did determine JIoiiHn of H".r"M..nllvea, Ihll !h.
intervenes we intend the nomination of Ambassador succeed him at Albany is the defection tifnfrnl fiinilK' with North Southeatit and direct (hit t I the tin Iii subunit tm'iI l .1"1.1'' the

I'd' price of wheat to theI Ilougltlon" which "would endanger of two strong Hoover pal AUBT. 1. leVI inonlli I ._ -. _2476.19 AII5.70) 21f..t.ninrter. to Church HI reel) : nuarter I thenceSoutherly Joint. H..nluton" lie. Niibmliteil, to Htu !I. of Florida' for IHJol.tol or rejection 4
diirlnK 'tlon
1 tccplplM / the lllu I ( nt I tin' at t he heat
th. .
"if- Hood at during the the entire ticket and alienate newspapers In New York tho Sun Warrant dl'IIIR"I inunlh -- R2314: smote Church Htreet15HW. enil .1.:01' In November, I 19a nUI-. cit I Iteprunentallvcii i 1""il..1. on thoIIrut .

under Congressional labor and the World War veterans and the Telegram both of which Jul. Sept. 1. 1H28 20IH.81 I ,t..t T8 ,/ the l.en KiiHt 1 place 101;%thencttSouth fret; '' NOW. TIIUriKVUItM. :, I II. CLAY TnvHdav. nflrr the HI-HI Monday '
Ktutt nml rorfrllurp Kunn d"I'e"M CIIAWFOHD. "Secretary i.f State.oft f>f ( month I of ., '
3' and Jeopardize the entire Republican announced editorially that theywotfld HaJ.11(. t. t1l2 -- (.07.12 Ihencn parnllel with ,' Immi HIII. of Florida, do liuroliy gIve 1928..In that:: mtlil SectIon: "r.lor l;> 1 ,
I hence
1 'I' II rAt, ISIS Mr. Hoover. ticket. The failure of the Republicans support the Democratic can -lai-elptH) durliiK moiitli ._ 41)41,84)!> : ) ('h'r1, 78.tr.'t.ilegrees'est 5IU. fuel, lOIVi; feet I hl t I .hlll .ito anirnilnil to road folowR: f ,
Warrants durlnir, nionlh, :379.271.tel. : jind member of ,
Fr uiministrator, in a pub- to nominate a single didate for Governor. Sept. 1. t1l2H. h'--_- 724.15ll lo ("hurl' Itl'oetth..neo: M""th.w'IYI will bo 10nt'I"I.I..N"I'IO'! : Florida of 11.1.I Ui'iirnmrMatlvun) summIt lie U.duly.. j

, dr 'lerlared' : 'orldVar veteran will be resented *.n,l Fullil R Ion. 1 II rlirht 4 feet! on Tuevdiiy, next I I the ,' r.wfth the contention of To Preserve Smith Ideals SWARM Hal. .\II//*. 1. Ifia* _- -_ 704203tefvlptH 1..nc"' ..t.rlv. nt angles llrnt Monday, In 8ncC'lnl, D.. anil dlHtrloU for which they
by the rank and tile. street, 210 feet I hunceginithvrly NnV"lh.r I
during inontlt .. 14i.84 The of memliem oft
( are rhiiHeni
1V2K. Iho mild
: Ilianivrii I luiy
I
iarmi,'n. that they would be Mr. Flab advised that !Mrs. Wille-- : SPRINGS Ga.-Kxplaln- Wnrrantu durlnir inonlh, to point of>. !N.beKlnnlnirI KNKIIIT.Hnei'lnl I I .! it S v 1..IIy OF M>V"pilo. >:it I h" IAIHlt. and lloima of I'l.re..nt..Uv. -

s t'mil, perhaps $10 a bushel brandt and all others who are appealing Ing why he had consented to be Hal. 8e|>t. 1. 192H -. 7188.87 I Mimter In Chancery for the rn I Ilicti t bit or reduction of minI exceed

ei- .\nent If It had not been to bigotry be silenced 'be- drafted by the party leaders of lal. Atipc.O..I."ndl"or- 1. 192) _Fund 22.4J: A. H. (11'.1.Hol.lol amendment I the I mild' Joint' to IteHolutlon I the. Constitution* propoHlnH; ; I of I for lars each and, day llfty rf pent"KeHHlon$12.00); and MIIeaKMto a day

He n i Mralnt imposed by the fore Irreparable harm has: been New York state, after his previous tecelpt during month _- lvmllnlnant.J.(0-5.ii. I 1.1') Htate of Florida via: I and their hnn>.. to the emit j '
i Warrantsdurlnv month -. __ 1-2. JOINT JlKHOLUriON Proponing of Uovornment not t,. exceed tan r'r're't ,,,
'. refusal
nmeni! done to the Republican ticket. to accept the nominationfor i lal. 1-1..I''t. J. 192* :!I.U an Amendment to Section 14 of I ventS (10c) a milo each way hy the

repeal that either Senator Governor, Franklin D. Roosevelt -1".1. Wlilnnr'. 1'nsIon I O'I'I'] OF I"I'U. iiHlxty !{'''Ill'1 Article III of the of nrartiNi. and mont pra. '"ahl. rout. I
\1 and ''itlur Republican lead- said: ) Auff. 1. 19ZH ._1347..B4tecelplH day after d..t. h.r..ot. on Ilio State of J'lorlta.Con.llalol Ieilltn10/ I Thlif Amendment Mtiall K*> Into .f- i
34 70Varranla ))
MCLEAN HITS INTOLERANCE durlnlomonlh December 21,
: to-wlt; the 23rd day of November County and at rnldnlifht nn
ire wholly Ignorant of the "It was because they felt and I durlnic month 1760 1H2N) I the underlirn Ad mlnl- ment*. Atlnlepal I I02S. without the necessity of I.eu- I

f which Senator Borah ao felt that the whole splendid structure lal.. $ept. 1. I92S -1224.74 trator of the 1.lnl.of J. W. Hattvn, lie It lleolved hy the Legislature of 1 illation. ,
RALEIGH N. C.-A vlgorou rl<'tl urnl Fund .
dereiiMed. virlll to I the honor.able the State of Florida
>tently quotes or he or they of government built by Jal. A IIIl.A 11128 409.B7 : -
campaign for the election ot Gov. up 1, Deo. A. tlnrdlner, County Jlto" Thnt the followlnir amendment to I ; ;
'jlll, ot fraud. Governor Smith and all tbe high Hec..lplM t durlnw month 34.70V'arraniit of llradfnrd (County Florida Section 24 of Article III of thn Con- The vote. cast In eompllance, with
Smith Is being made throughout during month ____ 12600\ fialil ami the
.
inalsi that you and other Re- North Carolina by Governor A. W. Ideals of service to the people Bal. "Wept. 1, 1928 819.27 I.r..nt alt my such vourherit Admlnldtrator. and final and ak account Htltutlon lutlnv to of County the ttaC. municipal of Florida government. re-. I ranvaiiM 1.rop..0, .. ..am"ndm"llt.. ami return.thereof. .

an leaders inform Senator In. which he had established were in HullK Fund for their II.prov..l"n.1 my discharge, In hereby uwrooil to and I .h.1 ba auhjacteil to the
other speakers and the pub- McLean. Attacking religious peril that caused to lal. AUK. i. t92M 1.66 Thl day H..tenh...., IU2S.I. shall be uhmllted to the elector of i I ante r.Ruh.lonl and restriction '
the
me 2lt
tolerance he said: accept tevelptn, durIng month ______ .. Hatten, the State at the next general el.c.Uon are l.rDvlo".1. for general electon. -
hcther the cable from Mr. nomination. WRrnrntH during month Hlnln of Florida. I
ready to defend the right Administrator of K: tate of J. W of preentiitlveu In 1328, for
"I am lal. "Sept. 1. 192H 7.543tstp IN TKHTIMONY
"r m 1919 or the claims of "That is something too Important ).LleA. dec.a".dO.2.0t.tt1f. approval or rejection. WIJnFOF. ,
of FlorIdaflradford I have
of Governor Smith and every other Section 24. The LegIslature. HhalleNtabllMli .
Mean leaders now as pre1 whether Catholicor to let any personal considerations County, '] OF KI.MCTIOV: 1 an uniform/ ytem of my hand and affixed the ""I
man or woman Reptemher 1 1928T Heal of the State
Oreut
I m the campaign textbook Protestant to worship God in weigh In the slightest. I am hereby certify Ihut thit foreirnlng County which': Mhnll and be municIpal: : Kovernment, (SISAL) of Florida at Tallahann 'Itwentyfift
applicable, In
11 the public statements of re- In this fight not to win personal statement of the Iteoelpt and War. except the Caiilial. thlH the 'i
his own way. rants. lN..ued against. the fund of To the Sheriff of Bradford County cae where local or specIal law for : / day of July.A. .
,
an fraud. i
speakers are a honor but for the carrying for. Hlate of Florida: (Countle are provided by Ihe Li-gi.| .
"I am for Gov. Smith because I iradforfl county for the month nf 1'. 19311.1J. .
(mebody Is not telling the ward of the policies of Governor I.pt.< 11)28 IM true and I'or".t to lie It known that 1. II. CHV| (Craw m tu re that may be liiuoiiHlMtent I CLAY CflAWFOIID. I
. Tat public will be interest- believe he Is in every way quail- the bent of knowledge and belle ford Herretarv. of "'Ial. of the Hlate therewith The L."I.IAtur. shall by J-3-Ht-ll-a Secretary of State.COFFINS .
'
fled to nil\ the ofTice of President." Smith. O. W. AMHCIIMAN of "'Inrhl. do herehv give notIce that general' law classify cilly, and town.
knowingwho It Is. Clerk of the Circuit Court .(I IKNRItAIj: KMOOTION: : wil l>.h.1 according to pOPII"ton. and hall 'I !
-- Bradford county. In llradford) County, State ".101'1'1., by general .. provide their Incorporation = mm =
B1GOT3Y: Blanche Alderman I). C. first Jurlmllotlon .
CHURCH DECRIES on Tuexdnv next Knv.rnl.ent.
a
lJri' i;& 1920 reviewing the Mrric'MIn the .ald Titeday being the Sixth dayof under such "h..I/c..Uon. and no .i"
The Rev. Dr. Ilngli K. Walker, November. Hpeclal or r iimg and Full Line of *.
dom "11 his Food Admlnlstra- To Support Smith """--- title or town, :providing for their a ; ,
Mr ll.nver. said moderator of the General Assemblyof Circuit Court Tw..ntv-SIlh Ju- For T'nlted Rtate Senator frnm Iov.rlm.nt. Jurlmllctlon.. power,
: the Presbyterian Church Is c"n- ."....... Circuit. llradford, ('..unt) the Hints of Florida, for nix year. dltl. privilege ehall bu pa..*- Undertakers' Supplies
.8. 'irni; ', Corporation was sueil lorldff. In 'hnnrery. from March, 4. 1929. od by the Legislature.
I n naned by Mr. Barnes. sored In an editorial In this week'sPresbyterian WASHINGTON.' -President Wilson Mr" Maud (Vc\vn. Joined hv For Mix (6) Prexldentlal Elector

17" 'neat $2.20 national church paper In lOIS urged his relatives to ,\. H. CVewM. her huntian, an.lnext For KeprwHentatl' of the Second AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
price was frl..n.l.Complllln..nt.. Cnrmgrsssional Mlntrlct. of I the Htate A JOINT HRSOr-UTION ,
't. The farmers could I for his call upon: Presbyterians vote for Alfred E. Smith who was of riorlil.-t. I.: ''e Meventy-flrt Con .an'Amendment to rroloalna/ Alwarf an band. The bs ..r.1s ,

1 '1I.! :3 bushel." I support Hoover. then a candidate for Governor of v*. teresa of the I'nlted State tion 2I. of the Cunntltutlon of the .I he I... prl_ MpMlal ."
per lenrite \\*. Pole, et a I. For Oovornor of the State of Flor State of Florida, Uelatlng to the Section t. Ullinnh .rlp. '
New York and to work for his efendant J'uis.utgs by the l -/Legislature or 8peclal -' liEGIHTRREU KMHAI.MKU ,

- election. :\ utl<-. to Atmenr lit lull. !.. \ .:t... 'r Secretary tie It Iteiiolved by time Lcgllature DEWITT C. JONES '
ov. Smith Convinces Big Business: Men Tho Incident was described to "'Iorloa. of the State of : ,
To I fl.nreV Cole nnberf O. floneral of the Stateof f'iorld. ,
friend by Mrs. Rolfa\ E. Doll- Cole Krank AVallM Txhr Von Kirn (Florida..1' That the to I STARK. FLA. i.

AiiKiift I.. Von Kirn his wife AIIKNta of the State of Section 21 of Artrole III or the Con. .
That Farm Will Aid Industryt Ins a sloter-In-law of Mrs. Wilson, : For Comptroller Htltutlon of the
Prosperity Loner Vnn Kim, Jnhn Thonian .. St.t..of J'lurhl'l.' r' ,,
who now resides In Washington."Mr. anal!| s. :M. Thonmo bin wife. If I either Fln"I" of the Itat of F19r- I"Ulla to the passage by ICJ.mfJrJQl ,Q ; !1 : -

Dolling\ and I called on of the ahnvu are llvlnir. and If dead, 'ida.01 -
hen to hlH. her or thnlr I heir,,. l f l For of PuMlo In-
t must Superintendent
'hls "On this farm problem we President and Mrs. Wilson
Smith. In tie- during
representative.,. IcRateen ..KrunttHH.evfweeK. Htrni-tlfin th.State of Florida.
I I in behalf of agrieady affirmatively move because ,ta,. a Red Cross drive in the late sum nu<'cexnorM, or .."It I Kn..,. ando For ('nmml..i.>ner of Agriculture(

r accomplished Ing here will spell disaster. I believe mer of 191?, when we were livingIn all person. firm ami corporations. of the State of Floilda. We can charge your
whose riiim, *. renl'lenco I or place 'ofiiinlnoHH For Two Juntlr-e. of the Supri'trii'' YES 8 HRS
tor the farmer bern in Governor Smiths capacityto New York. President Wilson ; If unknown to complainant I : Court, r.f the State ft Florida.

, ,unarent every day. lead tho American pooplo to asked If I had registered. I replied (nat are Interested. In those certain For Two Ttaflrond) ('om ml.ulon.re STORAGE BATTERY In
, Iota or parcel' of Innd 1.lnloand benit of the Htate of Florida. uSmith's
action."I in the negative explainingthat
>lh is convincing: the In the City of Stark Jlr..df"r"nnunty. For Pfnte Senator for ICth F>.nntorlul .
Incss men of the we Imd not done so becausewe Florida, known and UtBcrlbil DUtrlct of the State of Florida. -
supporting Governor Smith follow
OH :
am
.
'
i'''rlty) cf agriculture In hlj willing thought Mr. Smith was tho can r*>tfl One (1). Two Three. (3) and
i because I believe didate of Tammany Hall Four (4) of Jln-k MU ((4 A;), In what For One Mf mher of the Ifoimer.eprvHvntatlv
> to them as it does to put the ** uf the tate of Flor StarkfFJa.
ness and his capacity how be ''a known aM the Orlvlnnl Town of
.J 1 will forget looked
Himself. The Indlf- never Uarke. llelnir, Inh" Nurtheant ida.
iiunrer -
of this country on an equal- Garage
farmers and said In serious 'or County Judge
HTznt at me a very of HouthwoNt quarter of Heftlon .
to farm leglslaarlng. ity with its Industry. I am tired Twenl..a"hi. f2H. Townxhlp Hl i" F'.r Hherlff. :
For eight relief thoughthe tone: (6), South Itantrc Twenty-Two (22 Fur Cleric of the Circuit (Olrt.
of farm as
of hearing
.;s interests of the 'Go tomorrow and register and East. a. shown hy that certain map For County Allte.lor. Taxes,, ( 4I
farmers of this country as a work and vote for Mr. Smith.' 0. nul>-dlvl.lon a.. recorded In deed For Ta" -
,. it I have accepted 11cr4 class to whom all my people be. hook "N", at pair7ft/ ') of the pubIc J"or County Superintendent offiitillc

,,. belief that agrlculilJ longed are the kind of men who "and"We I feel did. that Added In voting Mrs. for Boiling him 1"a.record of Ura/lford county Flor- For Countr TnMtructIon.Surveyor. I '

. be industry's loss. land *lth their hats In their III-ET1S'OS.' Volt and each of you For Five County CommlnHloner itrje i iI !
.n 1th has undertaken again this year we are obeying almost arc hereby notified that you are For Three :Members of the County -
alms In the shape
hands begging Hoard f 1'ubllr Inntrurtlon.For R. DAVIS & CO.INSURANCE
1( v a solemn Injunction. mAd. defendant to a suit by Mm.fainl .
: how essential it is
Juntlce of the I'eace In and
of Government doles. ( reivi,. Jolnerl by A. fl' CrewM, .
. 'H' prosperity of the her himband and. next friend who al.I. 1.J..e 1. for the folowln8 Justice IlIstricts. ,
r .:nus to Increase the "They ask for an equality of Famous Authors for Smith' In h..r 'xworn bill <>f complaint via: No*. rf
and they are (nw on file In thin 0111".. that she For Conntabl In and for the fol- "
; :r of one-third of the economic opportunity Forming the Authors' Committeefor Sc the owner r>f the fee aim pl. title lowing Justice UUtrlct. via: No, .

''II .atlon for manufac- entitled to It. Not only must they Alfred E. Smith. 147 noted writers Ih.nfo. and pra,.. a decree rem. .>vlnir 1, 2. 7. I
0" : -. politically\ because It is loud, ',lIlptln. title and forever In Testimony Whereof I have
bg given many of them Republicans, learlnv (he tltlif In hereunto pet. my hand and alflxed ,
1"c'! ( his support for GOT- right, but they must' ba given It have pledged themselves to write aid I.nl. tit complainant and de- 1.S. the Great Seal of the I I'I
.'., economic standpoint If I ... complainant ha. and State of Florida at TalUhaee. AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886
Owen D. Young from an and speak In behalf of the Democratic .old. a vood and fee alm.I. the Canltal. this
Is toontlnae .uncl.nt
:r.l- ,.1 the General Electric the prosperity of this country presidential candidate.: .i. title, ahnolute to stud the twenty-fifth day of .

Jay d: : % ." : and*. .nnailno and de..reelnc void ",. A. r>. II!'.
.nv .I.1m. rllht. title or CLAY CIAWFonn. STARKE FLA.I' .
Interest. of any kind any and all S""rtarv .tat". il '
nenon. firms and corporation To W. J. nppenon of I

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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY T1XEGIIAPH: STAKKE. FLORIDA FIUDAY, 01
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If" 4 BLACK CLOl'DH GROW the Coolidge policies: Per Diem and Mileage, of Commissioners__________ 135.80 Making balance .. ___________. __ 'n_ "h--- :.
--- l'ay of Sheriff for attendance on county CommlHnlonerH DISUUKSEMENTS: : :: FOR SIX MONTS!: : "
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I II "Two million farmers have been _ _____. _____ ______________ 12.00 I
'i' i } One of the leading negro polIticians : W.;'J.I, "SAY' iii';:s NOT JXW1IOOVKH beggared and have had to aban- Salaries of other olllcerx and employee: Depository. balance March Slut, 1928/ _____...,.,:_____- _
1.23
Attorney for county commissioners __ Agriculture: Fund
of North Carolina and well I : I don farming. Stipwrvlxon Iteirlxtratlon _-!______________ 40,00 I
t known throughout the South to ( Tlepalrn to < Uulldlutfv: Depository balance. October 1st, 1927 ___ __
"Farm lands have depreciated Court ul'U -__u_________________ 8SJail Outstanding. warrant, October let, 1927 Z___-_-_-----
members .of his race,' Is W. Lee 30000000.000 In value. __--_____--______________________ '1.81 ----
? Persons. ( Paducah, Ky., News-Democrat. ) Furniture and Flxteureti for: Net balance, October let Id27NECKU'TS -----------
"Fifty thousand business men Court house. 100.00 FOR SIX MONTHS: --------- -
Some gentleman himself"A --------------------- ---
Some thirty years ago, during a signing BxpenMen of County Buildings: rJanltorx }From T collector, taxes ------------
period when Republicans and :Mortgaged Farmer" has sent have gone broke. and other attendants ____________ U 0.00 Comptroller, redemption ZZZZIZKin___ '-
North the News-Democrat clipping "Four thousand rural banks Light fuel and water ___1:_____________ J07.HIImldentlaU / J j .ii,I
Populists fused In Carolina a _ _h___________________ 13S.it :o.rl1klnulan.. .. ______ -- ___
he was a member of the state teg from one of the large dally news have failed. Care for County PoorAllowance : tmsiMENT8 FOR six jiONTilsl: r------

for Con containing letter wrlteen made to paupers outside of poor MlHcellaneoux - -------------
islature. lie later ran papers a "Why Mr. Strause. when I read --------- "
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houses and paid by warrant -________ SS9.CO Transferred to general fund ------------_::::::: r.3"0., gross but was defeated by out- by Wills B. Wells editor of the your letter over again to see why Coroner'x InMquetttn: ')u

raged whites. lie has since been Webster (S. D.) Journal in replyto you want me as a Republican to Keen of officers and Committees ---------- 20.18 Depository balance. :March Slut. 1928.1 -_
Stationery and .. L
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Printing
I4i + !r+ ;, holding a government position In one Herbert N. Strause of the support Hoover and a continuance General stationery blanckn. etc. __._______ 22,.Cl Widow's I'cnsion'Fund"Depository
'" :Washington. Republican Business Men Inc.. of the Coolidge policies, you look Advertising requited by law and paid for balance. October \Ixt '
Emboldened by recent happen- wrote to Mr. Wells urging him 'to like a guy out on a limb, holding Commission by Paid county to Officers. __:___________.__________ 13T.40)) UutHtundlng warrants, October 1st, 1927 _"_-:::-:-:: t

ings, he has emerged and Is makIng get on the line for Herbert Hoover herring In one hand and a can of Tax Assessor _______________?______ 2,15512 Net balance, October tat 1921 _____________ __
Southern for president. The "MortgagedFarmer" Tax Collector ________________._____ 431.OS RECEIPTS:: FOR SIX MONTHS: ------- T
1 an appeal to negroes oil In the other Insisting you are Sheriff, general court work ________________ 4.7.65 : From Tax coll".tor.axes ------------____________ t
Below Is given in full an open I remarked that he would an electric light plant and now Is Clerk Circuit Court j recording! and general Comptroller, redemption -- --_______ 10011:
in the like to read the letter in rfews- court work _ 103.84 5.312.28 1f 7Ibalance
letter from him, published the the time to buy stock in the 11 -------- -- ------- Making. _ ___ __

Asheville Citizen. Head it closely: Democrat. It Is a document well I lumlnatlon. Making deficit _ ____________________?_______ 76.60 I DISBURSEMENTS FOR SIX :MONTHS'T. : >
I I welcome the accession of worth passing so.'and It It may betaken i "While Ur.-atrip certified! not presented __.__.__________ 106.60 MlHcellaneou. _ _______________.__________ .
Coolidge was president,

1! .l I senator Simmons to our ranks. as a straw in tide wind, Indi- congress, representing the people Making balance _____________________________ 211.011 Leaving balance __ ____________________ _,
r i,+ !t 1, Conversion Is better late than nev- cates that the Republican nominee passed farm relief bills twice, and I Cr. Scrip: certified not presented ____.____________ 108.60 Dar.-Scrlp certified not presented _______-_::-": 4

P er. Long ago we were antngonistlats Is likely to run into some heavy Net deficit. March _______ __ Leaving balance ______ ___ _
twice the men higher up, who believe 31-t, 1928 u __ ________ 79.60 __ ___________ _
struck below weather in the western farm Warrant ____________ Cr.-Scrip certified "*
but we never In addition, division and silence outstanding March Slut. 1928 120.60 not presented ______:::::-- <

I the belt. Today I welcome him states in November. The letter vetoed these bills. That Is Depository balance March 31..t, 1928 ______________ 41.00 Net balance March Slst. 1928 __________ .___
with open arms to the Grand Old followS: the paramount Coolidge policy. It Fine and Forfeiture Fund Warrants outstanding. March 31xt, 1928 ZZZZZZZI:: 4

} + I'' t Party of God and morality.defeat and After disaster "Dear Mr. Strause, Associated overshadows and dims all others Depository balance October let. 1927 ________-____ 1,719.11 t Depository. balance., March 31 xt. 1928 ___ _
$ all these years of and Affiliated Wall Street Bankersand I and Hoover says, and you say Out tan lnll' warranty October hi, 1927 ____________ 79.10 Building FunJ------ I
i a4'+ f t for the black man's party members of the New York
t} I again : and plethoric associates say that Net balance October hot 1fi7 ___________________ 1,64001 Depository balance, October'lat.1927 _"
South see us
t 11 in the can Stock Exchange: Hoover will carry out the Coolldge IIKCK1HTS, : FOIL SIX MONTHS: Outstanding warrants, October 1st. ltSt"/ ___-::::::4o '
l coming into our own. Not a great "Your letter under date of June From, Comptroller redemption ___________________ 11.72
i of us remain alive! who can policies. Sheriff, flues _____________________________ 3,251.78 3,263.60 Net balance; October; let 1927 ______________"_____ _
many 21 has been received. I note you "We have been fooled twiceDon't RECEIPTS FOR SIX MONTHS/ : -..._______________
7 t. remember the days when black request that I join the Republican Making balanceDISUUHHKMKNTS_ ___________________________ 4,903.61
y
; think Wall Street friend Making balance _ _____ _
,
1 sat in the chairs of state in my FOR SIX MONTHS: _____ ___
?1 men Business Men, Inc., of your city In you can do it again. As a Republican Coat of Criminal Prosecution: e UlhUfflSEMENTS FOIL SIX MONTS: ___lI __::__
r
r Those
+ p the Southern capitol days electing ?Ir. Hoover using the sole Sheriff and deputies, cost bllln In criminal
have long been gone, but bless I cannot join your plunder- cases 730.15 Depository balance March Slut 1128 ______- _
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'q and only ground that 'he will -
them carryout bund, and In the politest way 1 I Clerk of the circuit rt."biiisi. crim Outsanding Indebted: Fun
returning.
God I
,1 can nee the Coolidge policies Your inal cases 4.00
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of it Hoover
+ ', It is said that a house divided leaves know phrasing hope County uilfte, rout hills' In criminal ca.ex:: 289:60 / Depository balance October iHt. 1927
plea
Itself cannot stand and me at cold as the ice and all your associated parasiteswill County prosecuting attorney onvlctlon fee. 231.Oil OutstandIng warrant, October let 1927Net / :::I::::::::::_-
t,1}, against fluids of a polar sea. Hal 11 IT pay for attendance on criminal cants. 21.00(
i now I see the white people of theL'5 "As a Republican I enthusiastically be licked as clean as a soup Witness fees ______n_________________ 4'i8.70!. : balance October let 1927 ______________-_---- _
tECEIPTS
In. FOR SIX MOXTMMaking -
bowl on. orphan asylum tither expenseof I I I __
4" tr m nu pt usetutlons 1J.,4r -- -- ------- -------
South dividing. decline to do any such fool I Feeding I'rl-onerx ____________ 737.10 -
} + S I wish to use the newspapers of thing. I am for Hoover just about "With kindest personal regards, l.aJu.'t: Juror In criminal cases county and balance _ ___-__________ _:
North Carolina to my people you are at liberty to publish this ,. Peace Court __ 276.90 msBUHEMENTs FOR SIX dIONT11S: ____________
; urge as far as you ran throw our party guard at Jail, __ .___________________,___ 8(0.00
S+ to get behind Senator Simmons elephant by the pin feathers and I and go'to the devil. Contingent ________n_______________ 809.23 4102.13 Depository balance March 31st, 1928 -_.:.___ -

k' S and support him. What is true in with your arm broken in four yours I.pavlnbalan...,, '_ .. _________________.________ 801.38 ASSETS AN LIABILiTIESAssets
North Carollnh may be true In other places. Your ideas are all In the r WILLS WELLS." Ur.-Strip certified not presented __________?____ 79.10

1' Southern states. of the red column If you can grasp that I The above letter was wrlteen before Leaving. balance ______________ _______??___ OHO.48 Balance cash In Depository, ell funds.. -- ____ 4.im
+ t, Just let us get control ,bought. Governor Smith delivered his Cr.-Scilp: certified not presented ___I______________ 83.60 Uncollected taxes, current year ----------_____II-I-_14.9aaul!!!i:|:! 05\
i states machinery this time and Mr.
Hoover in the White -House will "Out in the West, where men are acceptance address, but It supportsthe Net balance, March 3Ixt, 1928 ______________________ 7HI.IIR Total19,5l.06
mortgaged; up to their eyebrowsand statistics on farm distress Warrant outstanding, March 91st 1928.__________ 83.bfl "D'abifities

., r out give all us the sucTi laws help in )the as South will which wipe the farm work begins at sunrise I which he quoted and makes practically Deposltroy. balance, March 21xt 1928 ______________ 880.48 Warrants outstanding: for current expenses ___h_
i rk we are so declddly opposed the some charges the Demo- I I
t M4 r will keep the black man from moving to Roiid Fund ... Total - --- -. ,
tr a continuance of the Coolidge cratic nominee made concerning ------------ .

S } S on the same plane as the white policies that if I wrote you what the failure of the Coolidge admin Depository balanc0r- ctober 1st 1928 ______________ 211069 Value of County"Property
CiutHtandlnv warrant., October let, 1927 ___.._____ S Court .
; man. I think It wouldn't look good In stratlon to measure up to its ob- None Jail house ---.:?----------______2DOOnnn

4 -, After welcoming Senator Simmons print and so I shall be moderate In Igatlons!: to solve this grave problem Net UUCK1PTS balance,FOIL October SIX Int. 1927, --m--------------- 2.169.69 Poor"house and-farrn"ZZZZZZZZZ-------_-____'J..nan..[o'o'
"to ," he tells the MONTHS: Otlier of !
our party my expressions accordingly."Our Fiom, Comptroller reUeinptloiiH. __________________'", 784.86 property couaty'1------------------ 1.111111.1111
S negroes what a Republican victory newspapers are filled with -. -- Total _
_______ __
-------------- -- .4(1.0(10( ( n will mean. It will "wipe out all mortgaged; foreclosures of farmlands Initial shipment of dtrus fruitIs

the laws in the South which will chattel mortgaged Rules of expected to leave Hrooksvllle ..- ._.

1 keep the black man from moving I household effects and( livestock on within the next 10 days, it is announced -

t f on the same plane as the white the farms, sheriffs' Bales or here by parking concerns.

r4.,,+ ..d' man" rural credit and joint land bank The Hernando crop, uninjured by

lie thank God t that he ran see loans, until the Coolidge prosperityyou the storm Is reported III extra fine 7XtT1 e A4l

such a division among Democrats speak of so joyously makes condition, and one of the best in

us will 'able the black man's me wonder If you really think recent years. Both Gentile Brothers -

} + party to "again come into its own." what you think you think, or If It and the Citrus Exchange pack- ,

lie recalls the days of the reconstruction III only a tickling sensation behind( log houses will be busy packing

era when black men the ears. fruit by the end of next week.

wilt In 'the chairs of state In the -
"y.ci 'i Southern capitals" and see these "Under the Coolidge policies, During the days and nights of
which Mr. Hoover Is pledged to THIS SEAL
i) lf days restored. the storm that recently swept over
elo-
continue and which
you so
}Florida the crews of the various
And what la true in North Carolina I
may be true In other South uently urge 'business men' to support utility companies were out working tYIA t ", ,, ,

we have had more farm minute to get the lights: ;
j' f', ern states." The assurance is every
based the election of HerBert bankruptcy and more rural distress the gas; the water and the linesof a ,
upon p
than has existed since our
communication working again.
the .
to
presidency.Hoover
4 Hoover pioneers came went In covered The utility companies have sulTer- SHOWSWHY
whom the Negro's Associated
7t '
In Cleveland wagons and conquered prairies.; ed big losses in the recent heavy

I Press published
Ohio is the Southern "And let me tell you Mr. Strause blows with lines down, trees fallen
urging
and Wall Street associates
b your across the wires and working under
for the
R, t negroes to support reason that four more. years of It will great dlfllcultles but service v
} that "broad and
sympathetic understanding -
make us look like 30 cents. has been resumed as usual and the
of human ,
problems "You have realizationand IT'S
; really no is
shining again.
+ as exemplllloj in his stamping outegrt.'gatlon sun
u no conception of what these .
4 his In
In
department Coolidge policies have done to a''I Tampa ?" Construction commenced
Washington as soon as it was called \OF"
't N great and flourishing agricultural oil ,new $100,000 plantof

} to his attention. section of the country since the Pitch Pine Products, Inc., .on
This race Issue has not originated \
, Silent One tame into power. Under East Broadway. ,
with Democrats. It Is made by

+ Republicans That negroes everywhere REPORT OF COUNTY FINANCES J

M are being given to understand COUNTY
BRADFORD .
tl that a national equality "

Is being widely broadcast and has FOR i'ER10DENDING, MARCH 31st, 1928
!, .
a not been checked by one word ( ... .;.;,

from the Republican candidate fork The following report of the receipt and lUHburnementH. of the county :. .1 ,t t..
1 president fund of Bradford County for tha period ending. March 3lHt, 11)28. with Y .'. .
tho l balances. and amount of warrant outstanding and a iitateinent. of the 4.'i ;. SAFE.
h Jd The issue of white or black will assets. and llalillltlen and the value of county property other than school f ;I., _' .
hold the South again solid. And of the Maid. HradfordyCounty an repotted fin the !IlHt day of March, 192H,
I by the Hoard of County CoinmluBlonerM and the Clerk of the Circuit Court
It it should.-Nashville Banner I Is hereby published: under the provlalonii. of Chapter 0918 Acts of 1915 .\Os4ly# : "
ItsJ' I.awof Florida. KHNKST AMOS, Comptroller'; "
t GENERAL FUND : ,"
Speakers' committee of the Satsuma 0" : .. ,.+\
+ Orange Festival to be held Depository balance, October let 1827 ______________ 925.1t \ '.":{ ;.
________ _
r Jt Outstanding warrants, October ht, 1927 11 1.60 '
,
; "T'
in Marianna, November 8 and 9, I

was delegated to select the speak Net balance, October let. IS.7 ___.__--_-__________ 808.2
KKCKIPTH, Foil MIX MONTHS
: :
1y A ers for the event The committee From, Tex Collector, taxes _______________________ 2,08281,
R decided on 'ex-Gov. Cary A. liar Comptroller redemption ___________ 143.10(4mptroller

dee, of Live Oak; lion L. M.. :Comptroller: \ ,, railroad telegraph; a fax-:::::::::::::::: IK21J)2561: Motor

sf Rhodes, state marketing com mis- Comptroller express. tax _____ _______ 8541 ) Oil gives un- unusual care. Its qualities are sim-
; Hoard bond Trustees, ___________________- 1.3110.73 PAN-Al\1
; ,k b Blotter; Nathan A. Mayo commlseloner Tranxfer _ ________ ._u___________ BOO.00
1 t of agriculture, and Doyle E. llank Interest _ --__n________________ 27.7tf 3.627.57Maklnir I lubrication to your car ilar in all respects to those set up

{ Carlton next governor of Florida. balance ________?____.______--"_"_____--_ 5,435.18: '
t DISim.SICMKNTH: : : FOR SIX MONTHS: because it is refined from by the
; 4 Driving through fog and rain Salary of Clerk of the Circuit Cottrt nx County Aud- 1 pure leading automotive engi-

over detours and paved highways Itor nnd Clerk to County Commissioners 375.00

1 }' Edward L. McPhee-; manager of paraffin-base crudes. neers as the ideal lubricant for

i .the Ford Motor Company plant

'' In Louisville Ky., and George modern motors.

,+ Liles, distribution manager of the As you know, nature has endowed
+
1f r '' Ford company grrlved in Jacksonville BRADLEY'SFERTILIZERS

tJ at :2:40 I: o'clock Eastern! time, this type of petroleum with exceptional Fill today at the first Pan-Am
up
,
L 6F 1:40: I) o'clock Central standard \ ,

time Friday; twenty minutes qualities. It produces station sec. Every dealer has
ahead of their :21-hour I scheduleon you
l
their good will\ journey from the toughest sturdiest oil
motor
.- a scientifically prepared chartin
the metropolis of Kentuckly to :=: >

the metropolis of Florida A A QUALITY; the world. No other

showing just the right
i, All detours Lake City to Live r
USEFUL BOOKS FOR YOU kinds
Oak on State Road No. 1, the Old can equal paraf- grade of this safe motor -

Spanish Trail, have been!! eliminated
S We have a series of helpful bookletsone
and the road Is in first class! fin-base oils in safety '
for each increase ,
t. crop-to help oil to protectyou r car."Pan .
condition, It Is stated by J. Ii.
t your profits. Sent upon request -
Dowling, division engineer of the and long wear. ,
without charge-or come in
state road department. Several \
washouts on the highways causedby and get your copies. It pays to '

the recent floods, have been repaired v know fertilizers. Facts prove Bradley's

and no handicaps now bar '. pay more profit for every dollar MorcoverPanAmMooR,

motorists between Jacksonville invested in fertilizer. I ,
and Pensacola. .. tor Oil is refined with
t J. W. White & Son C. W. Roberts '., rloep.4/re_"...
to .'_ ......
to
0'
t The tourist season' in Florida '"4 Starke > 1 this year probably will be delayed Lawtey --. ton an erode --
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+ ,+ by the fact that it Is a presidential Aulliorir I "A A QC.l.lT1'c.tl1l_cr kith ran-eonfld..e..e.ay....m ...,-. I I
I year but the storm will have no Q

f effect in the opinion of W. O. Dealers .-

Borman, manager of the Royal De- t'o

nell Hotel at West Palm Beach. c.A
merican/Petroleum
b Mr. Borman, who.Is the vice pres- Corporation
,
8 dent of the state Hotel Greeters Look for thisa / vN IH Is your -
I organisation and of the Palm '
seal on the back vJKSO guarantee Also dittributort of KIP intecileUt, SEMDAC
4 Beach association. auto polish and SUPERLA canJlet'
: of every bag Xjggg/; of quality

,q ty berry-Saper-FueJ of Florida -

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u-.-...... -.-,-, -.- --.- ---- .. ........................ L-- - -- .pI the squads had developed on Idea relatives They. will reside here ''Ii'
H I that all other teams were made for a while. The best wishes of

': : BROOKERMlM : I up of big husky brutes like the many friends are extended to these
Short
Florida
II News 01 in Paragraph Lola Gainer. C'..... High Springs outfit. When the worthy young people BH they begin
Dunnellon players arrived and life's ;
Journey together. P
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proved to be no bigger than the We had services Saturday night !

1 a Mr. H. P. Gainey was visitor i I home boys their confidence took Sunday and Sunday night by Her. ,

to Jacksonville last Friday.Mr. n 50 per cent rise right off. Besides King of Hampton.Mr. j t
Live State News]I R. L. Gaul of Live Oak pass High School Journal i iI Coach Ray. our own Doc and !Mrs. Raymond Brown ,

ed through here last Wednesdayon Butler, 1 local business man. anda of Lake Butler were visiting his ill '

.j his way to Jacksonville.Mr. staunch supporter of Itradfordatheletlctt. parents, Mr. aud Mrs. Henry 1' .

Hogan Smith and Dogan I i iI probably did more as Brown Sunday.Mr. L0

:! TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES Knabb of Sampson City, were attending I I IL 'one had Just about decided was out Lucian Thomas, of Jacksonville

I to business here last Mon- an Individual to boost the spirits spent the week-end with .

,! day.Mr. KOAHIMJ: TOIIX.\1K.: IIATTIKWUSXKU.OX : KKPOKT: CAItlt ISSl'EU of the team than anyone else Just his mother, Mrs. Della Thomas.We P''

0,., II, -. ----- --- ----_._--._-..._-_-.....-. L. U. Gainey A. B. Sur- TO STANDSTILL a few minutes before the openIng are very !sorry of the illness 4

m The annual con- Palm Beach Two men rency, J. (I. Parker and Gerald Ad The reports of the grade for period. Doc, after ('arEfullylooking of Mr. W. S. Nabb. He has been ,

,, al" < Division United were kins were all attending to businessIn Given scarcely a fighting chance the first month of the term were over the Dunnellon boys taken to St. Vincent's hospital In 1 .

0'' 'II the Confederacy. cut seriously and 18 others narrowly Starke last Monday.Mr. to even make; a showing against Issued to the students lost Mon walked over to the Tornado squad Jacksonville. We wish him a

it'It'' with the selec- escaped Injury when what Roswell Ward la spending the Dunnellou Devils, Bradford's day and Tuesday Th'3 trades( as and calmly Informed them that the speedy recovery.

; .', J I'',mvllle day as the 1929 WHI Hnlil to have! boon largest j)lx-p some time here with his mother, roaring: Tornado, turned in as big a whole seem to be higher than visiting team lacked weight, experience The guests of Mrs. Delia Thomas o

I ,fhe invitation from of plate glass In Florida shattered. Mrs. T. P. Ward. an upset of dope as has been seen tints ('''f the first month of lust and exhibited no more I Sunday! were ns follows: Mr. and .

118 I' the only one sub- It was being erected In a windowIn !Mr. T. B. Pinholster Lubedia In north Florida football circles, term. ability than the Starke boys. lie Mrs. Clifford !McKendrick, Mr. and ,

,'''n' ,!,,!hl'a final session, the E. F. Hutton home here. Plnholster and Josephine Chesser, last Friday. Battling desperately The list of pupils having nil was not at all backward! in saying and Mrs. Guy Christopher, Mr.

u'i'_ kly ratified. Twenty men were at work. placing were visiting In Hell bronn Springs fiercely! Coach Kay's boys brokeup grades of 90 per cent and Up. follow that If Bradford lost this game, Eugpno Hoxslgnnl and Lurlan '

SIn the immense pane when It crashed last Sunday.Mr. all early threats on the part of In the honor roll of the en- they would have no abllls to use. Thomas all of Jacksonville Mm.'

sending two to a hospital. The and Mrs. Guy Plnholster of the veteran visiting eleven out- tire school' The boys lined up on the field so Warren Johns and children of '
II.
of A.
,.n the body glass'! was being set to replace an Jacksonville spent Sunday here playing them throughout an exciting Low first grade: Frances Strick worked up about It. that Dunnel Clayno. .' ( .

,, known as "Farmer his Immense window In the palatial with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I.W. 0-0 scrap.It !land, Florence Morserenu, Margaret lon sprang' two big plays before I I Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Smith have ;

k" i ,und dead on Hutton home which had been Pinholster. was a great football game Anne Malpas, Jean Davis they got buck to earth Then with made several business' trips to 7 ,
\\t'A' checks amount- blown out !Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Futch of Tommy Hitch Rhodes. their bucks to the '
II t found during the .hurricane and was well worthy of being the I Ralph MNs goal they Jacksonville this week. oj
$200 were last month. Lawtey spent Sunday afternoon first ever played in Starke. I, Olive Hay teacher. fought, something which they had S 1ir'
.:I ''I, -iinal effects. Some S e a aTallahasaeenaiiwayq here 'with her parents, Mr. and high first grade: Dorothy never done before. They piuhed Relief From Curse
Issued on banks In spite of the threatening
're !Mrs. P. A. .
,-h' Crosby.Mr. Crews. Friinkle Hitch, Jewell the ball out of danger and from
iO,, .uies had lived a life ida of Flor- Wall Crews and family weather a fine crowd turned out FORK. Jesse Ricks. Mrs Ritch, then on, the customers were thrilled Constipation .
were ordered by the ;
his state Supreme home debut of the team, _
..ai of a hermit, have made their present home In to see the
o ,11'1' I Court teacher time and again with the smash- '
io I Wednesday to pay lived here for and when the elements broke and A Battle Creek physician .
Waldo. have
They says
'. Into the state First C and Low' 2nd II: Cleone lag game they played.To l. .
S S treasury 20 per cent drenched the Tornado gridiron the ,", ')
I of the assessed valuation of their the past several years. We wish -aI-- __. ._--- !t.. _I l )Kdmoiulson\ Iva 8al>l). J uRnta! "Constipation U responsible formore I ) '
i H I Cox 23, dreamed them to be very happy In their greater pan UI me sume; < m imzens Barefoot. Edward Raymond, Lily misery than any other 4 .
npa properties for 1927 or their appealIn home. stuck It out, for the Bradford I be frank about It, not only : '
there was a cause.
morning new Mae Clark. Fredrlka -
Frrtf) room and that he their litigation against alleged Mr. and !Mrs. Fred Hazen of boys were supplying some thing I teacher. Smith the attendance, but the boys likewise ]!r But immediate relief has been i

,,r'net'' "im,IK. away with a bullet. discrimination dismissed. In The taxation wouldbe Gainesville, spent Sunday with his that no one cared to miss.' I Second grade: Nettle Dowllng, were dumfounded( to fliul found. A tablet called Hexall Orderlies :

ok, rtnd that he actually payment 20 per cent mother. Mrs. Dan Hazen. Dunnellon boasted of a strong Mary Harriet Bishop, Mary Jane themselves out there playing fighting attracts water from the system : : ', I
was ordered
10, ,IIII,. wounded his wife. Judge E. C. Love of Leon by Circuit Mr. and !Mrs. Pyrsce Moody of offense made up largely of a strong Judd, Lillian Monely Era Edwards football football that was Into the lazy. dry evacuating I r "t : ,

i I'". who suffered a scalp who granted the county, Lacrosse spent Sunday afternoon running pass attack and when the Gloria Johns, Mellle Sllcox worth seeing. As soon an they bowel called the colon. The wat- t .
,111111! police the shooting carriers a temporary here with friends.Mr. downpour arrived they were practically Margaret Albertson, Clara Flume, found it was possible for them to ter loosens the dry food waste and "
1 I. ) Injunction
'ndental and that her bus- against the collection Richard Knight and Johnnie with the resulting pigskin. Ida Mae\ Andrews A. Z. Adklns, do this, they found themselves and causes a gentle thorough movement : 1\

,,hot hal In his sleep. cent of taxes basis for that year on agO Daring of Jacksonville, !spent! With this advantage, the Tornados J*'., William Crews, Ernest! Dow- let go with an offense that kept without forming a habit or II) \ ,
per provided that the them ..
a a Sunday here with friends. pushed them back III their own ling, Ancll Grlills, Joe lllgglnboth- : on the enemy territory two ever Increasing the dose.' .
20 cent
per settlement was made Miss Alma Thomas of Lawtey, territory, and stayed there three thirds of the time. Stop suffering from constipation. i
neavillc\ As the result of an within: 30 days. am. Leon Leach N. T. Hitch, Jr.,
Waldo spent Sunday here with frlenda quarters of the game, threateningto Vernon Silcox, McKay Johnson, Chew a Hexall Orderlle at J''
wreck between e aSanfordSuicide
,obllf time and again However, we don't want to brag Next bright. Get 24 t '
Wednesday night, and relatives.Mr. score George Sllcox. Miss Ethel Griffin, night. day 1:1: p
Hampton known Insurance ended the secret Doc Thomas was attending And they would have scored. and teacher.! the boys up too much, for the Tor- for 25c today at the nearest Ilex-

Davis well city, is In Alachua honeymoon of a young San- to business In Starke Monday. won the game. In the fourth quar- Third grade: Billy Powell, nadoes should have won the gam.e.\ all Drug Store. \ o
of this They seemed far to tho
superior
ford couple last night when San-
suffering from cuts Miss Nellie Thomas spent Sun ter, had not certain things hap- Clarice Gill, Beatrice Moseley, ,
hospital chez Turner, 26, fired a bullet Into day night in Lawtey with friends. their to within visitors, and at least twice should GHN-! ,
neck and a general pened. Fighting Frances Lee Peek, Bessie Varnes, ('J.I.IIKII .4.'II II 'II.I.'Ton I
ached his,brain and left his bride of four have registered a touchdown A .a''I ..:....:C.'IO.. '
negro, Henry Nash Mrs. L. L. Morgan Is spendingsome 15 yards of the goal, they lost the Beulah Brown Hazel Crews, Miss I Ii' .
and a glaring offside at the left end
up days a widow. Police said it wasa time at the bedside of his I ball Dave Moore, full-
was still on downs. Madge Mlddleton, teacher. ,
the car j
as driving a faulty front center, and a The board nppnlntml the following '
at a late hour last plain case of suicide, and that father, Mr. Knabb at Sampson back, fumbled as he tore la the Fourth grade A: Mae Merser- pass ; Clerk nnil limapoetore| to serve at .
gdous they understood a note had been City, who Is very III. line, and a moment later Inraan eau, Bertie Mae Ward, A. W. Anderson. fumble of the slippery pigskin, Ovnerul lOloctlon, to be> held November ,
contributed to preventing the Purple 6th 192SjHrrrlnrt i .' .
art found addressed to the widowed A very large crowd of Brooker center passed to the wrong man Mrs. B. E.o':: McHae teach- No. t, l.awtvy.fl. .j
bride by her husband but did not people enjoyed a fish fry at Hamp- and, a good; play went bad. Then er. Fourth grade B: Freda Brown, and Gold from being victorious If. I'mirre Clerk' and James .
t Pierre--Fred Brownlee, know what the note contained. last )Friday. No the Tornadoes Hauler J. 11. Howe ant II. A. Blanch- t ,,
Beach last Friday night. settled it all
V S, Deputy immigration Following an Investigation todayby Duqcan, left end I Edward Ilagwell, Taylor Belcher, riMti't___.__ .In_._ .nnvthlnu.... ...... ivmwlarful n _..__. ._,,... ard. limpertnra.. __ .. .. Pr ,,
f r S by an offsides, and the greatest Jt., Patsy Kdmondson Myrtis I'r.. ",, No. :a: Nrk None,
[r, who was recently saved authorities. It was announced Florida Is free from the menaceof I They showed that they can fight, I'. A. Mcott Clerk, ami 0.... C.
chance they had to score was gone. Ford Edna
; McKinney, Arthur White, A. J. Thomas. and Aubrey
electric chair by and that they will play real football -
Florida thaI Mrs. Turner told her
the : police hurricanes from November until Dunnellon came almost as neara Swan born, Erma Sloan, Martha Moore, TtiHpectora
Bute Board of Pardons, Is husband had acted "out of sorts" June, A. J.Mitchell meteorol- touchdown in the first quarter. A Slade. Don Stilley. Miss GusMle later on. But they are far I'rrrlnrt No. 8. S4anko (Month
here for stranspor- from being satisfactory. They're J. 14. 1'eok Clerk and U K. Mmlth.A. ,
waiting since their marriage. They had ogist in charge of the state for the
!I long pass and an end run sent Mae Bennett, teacher. W. AnitKrion and J. W. Andreww,
10 the Ralford state farm. not lived together. she said, be- past thirty-four years asserted them down the field In a leap anda Fifth grade: Fannie Silcox, due for Improvement. Jr., Iniipertnrii.lrrrlnrt.

nlee said he didn't"care about much the cause they wished to keep their ycrterday In discussing the peculi- bound, but were halted by a valIant F'JalneVynn, Lillian Sternberg, ............S............ fr'nKBt'lerk.No. 4. OrnhamrhOMlny and J. A. :

/1'1)) of the other, of the marriage a secret. arities of the tropical storms which stand on the part of the Brad Lois Judd, Paul Raymond Miss : SAMPSON CITY : Waiidln. F. T. Abernathy and It. 8.IJyrtt. ',
convicted .. Iniiput'torH.I'rrrlnrt .
He was a a. '
r playground Is rearing Itself out of
ford boys that will be rememberedby Eunice Perkins.., teacher. Cleo Tliomn No. n. Hampton ,
? )t Perle S. Thomas. Inverness-I. O. Fender, cashier the chaos of the Florida hurricaneand the Starkltes for a long timeto Sixth grade: Alma Andrews, J. R Ailklnn Clerk anl J. C. Krene, I
a a a 0 C. <>1. Manlra and J. U William, In-
of the defunct Citizens Bank of for the most part will be ready come. Nellie Edwards: Mildred Griffin .......... ............... .|i..ctorM.I'rulnrt.
jksonville"Spare" tires are Inverness, is missing and a war- for the annual visit of its prom- Gerald Cox, left half, providedthe Louise Kite, Dorothy Klckllter! ll..nt......OII4'N No. l. 1'brrrmnit

t-er common sight but it reEd rant has been sworn out for his inent residents by the lime the sea- longest run of the day, a great Annie Murrhee, Helen Mersereau, A wedding of much Interest was It. ,C.".11.lh"n..r It. Mwlndell: Clerk.and and John C.Hall.Bulllvnn '

for a Jacksonville cripple arrest, It was learned today. It son gets Into full swing. The sea- cantr! around right end. Dave Martha Powell i, Charles Peuder, solemnized' Wednesday evening, InMii.*ftorn.I'rrrlnrt. 'I 4' to
odure a "spare" leg. Judge was said Fender went to Georgia son opens in November, but rarely Moore got off some fine punts considering Alma Thornton. Oct. 17th In Starke at the Bradford O.V.. Andruw N... T.Clnrk.New and'U...H. W.

(iioler of the criminal court for a visit with relatives and the gains any momentum before the the condition( of the ball. Seventh grade: Bunnle Canova, county (courthouse when Miss Kelly. H. "'. Uronfroa and $. C.

Im on (the streets here car- warrant for his arrest and return last month In the year. George Raymond played a heay Ben Garner Kitty Hoghed, Lois I Ethel Vuriitts, only daughter of Crews Prei-lnct, Inspectors. No, N, llrooher.J. .

an artlflcal underpinning. was sent to authorities at Valdosta e game at quarter, and McDonnell, Long, Elena Prather, Sinclair Mi'. and !Mrs. Mlllard Varnes. and J. M or nan Clerk unit M. I'. Ma- p
(me ha walked on Irritatedhe and Adel Oa. The assistant cash- Stressing the possibility of developing right half, offered a neat performance Peek, Funllla Snyder, Marjorie Mr. I E. D. JOIIBH were united In t theny, 10.] ftI. Hnaen und 10-5-Et-ll-21.17. H. Keller.InHpoctom. ,

said and a change to the ier, Earl Carter, disappeared the the Caloosahatchee val- Stump, Droothy Swanhom, Lola marriage by Judge Gardiner, onlya u

leg was frequently neces- morning after the bank closed on ley In Lee county as a new sugar -In-- the_.-- -line "Gator" Inman shone 'Adkins. few were present. Mr. and Mrs. 1--AlrpfalieT[ "mall[ aiTd( passengeir' f '

October 2, and officers so far have center and urging that experi- as the most alert In recovering Eighth grade: Lucille Edwards, Jones received the best wishes and service Inaugurated between Key J
S a been unsuccessful in locating ments be conducted to decide fumbles. The entire line cut, Mary Brownlee. congratulations of friends. and I West and Miami.

whether or not cane can be __________ 4N
in- bank's sugar In
held manner U
wchulaFollowing an 11|'Ill. The shortage In the blocked and ( as a Ninth grade: Hen Bradley
lon of tracts in this county by fluids has Increased from the original -, made a staple J. S. Glllentlne, they had neyer exhibited before. Tenth grade: Alice Fernandez, f'fl1N..tlr.
president of the Fort Myers cham- .! III .hereby. lil'v..n that the IIowinlil' "e..rlbed lantis will be sold
al engineers this week, local figures of $70,000 to more Comparing the showing the Tor- Guy Andrews. at IllIhllo suictious 011 lOop IIr..t. I\I"nday' In Nove"b..r, 1928. It being Iha SOlo
"oss men believe Hardee coun- than $140,000, with a possibilitythat ber of commerce, started a movement nadoes made against the strong Twelfth grade: William Dun- day nt 8..ld monl. ....tor.. the courthouse 11."r .t Htark. In IIradtor I ) ,,
which will result In the establishment ,county tate. nt 1"lorlda. or 80 much theruef." well b. n."l\ry to paythe
ob- with that
I an excellent chance to the shortage will be greater High Springs eleven can. itnbouuot due for taxes eat ollpo"Ue the sums' tr.th.r with the coat
one )f the federal reclama- still. of a sugar cane experimental against Dunnellon. the Improvement C of auch sale and advertlaing.' C. iu'reir. 'vax Collector 1
projects to be established in e tract to be planted this shown Is a credit to Coach M-3W.: HL'IMKCT: : I TnOUl'eJ1)"O'cupatlons.
year under the supervision of llenprlplluu See 'I'. 1&0....... toete:
''ate The engineers are mak- Fernandlna While city and Ray, who seems to be taking the '1'11&..
in several south- County Agent Paul Hayman. greenest bunch (If athletes in the ." a vocational Lot I lllock 1 Original '
nspections county authorities concentrated In Into study by Gowln, Wheatly and Town ________ ______28 t :S3! M. M. Morgan __________f S.43
rn states and one tract In organized search for the slayer melons. universe, and turning them Lot a Block Original' :
(fit these states will be chosen. an This reduction in refrigeration an honest-to-goodness fotball Brewer has been Introduced by the Town _.___ .28 6 21: Mm. Rlvlnn.: Morgan. ___. I.'.
of Charlie Hasted 54-year-old Florida. Educational Department Lots. 5 10 lllock It .'
a filling station operator whose mutilated charges would mean a saving of team. Add. _______-----2 (I Z3 1'.J. Pearce ____________ 13.01Loi
bsonville- -One man and two found In his home approximately $600,000 annually, Starke has reuson to be proud to the high schools over the state. os. Adit., $ 6 2J:
body was _
The required subject will be pur- 1 8 9 lllk. i-J---T.-& Con. Livingston Truby & Co.__ (..Itx7ie
n convicted In ,Baker county near here Saturday, startling developments on all fruits and vegetables moving and will become much more so as sued the three school ___________________________ -
by high
ilnaplng a 13-year-old Folks- were uncovered tonight under refrigeration from the stateof the season develops. ,).t!
classes each Wednesday afternoon.
,a. girl have begun life senat which shed new light on the Florida Instead of an Increaseof S
hf( state prison at Hal- brutal murder. Several hours after $6 to $ 9 per car, as previously NI! \\'SI'\I':1C': HTAI-'F OIUJAMK- The Junior high students will < !
a similar text. Buick
Motion for a new trial was the body of Husted had been asked for In other cases; by the carriers J.I; ) use new .
,I b) 'Circuit Judge A. Z. Adat removed to a mortuary from hilt which would Impose an added This course adds( one fifth of a

\luilenny. and the trio home, where It was found lying In penalty on the shippers In FlorIda The Bradford High Journal editorial credit to the scholars qualifications is the Style ':
for diploma. new
a
"flteneod and taken to Rai- I I a pool of blood on a bed. It was of approximately $250,000 to staff was finally assembled -

I l.,) Sheriff Joe Jones this Uncovered that he not only had $42 6.000 annually. last week after an unavoidable '1'1)itN.\liM; nKUI.'on: o

ilfo-termers are Mur- been> horribly hacked and cut with The carriers In October. 1925. delay of over a month, under the (in.m: / KIV: (J.UU: ;; ;; --- : ; ', '

,t I -uinie Boatright, and an axe but that two bullets froma suggested! ; to the commission thata direction of Mrs George C. White\ \ -

8 i (-hi .42-callbre pistol had been fi red thorough; painstaking and fair William Duncan, wa.i again selected Prepared for u hard scrap, and \' i

a a a Into Ills head, apparently from Investigation be made under the an edltor-ln-chlef and Until hoping for the bent, the Purple r '
A who re- direction of the commission the Sternberg was appointed) assistant : I
man I close range.; Robbery apparently Tornudoeu are upending the mornIngs IEJri; :
> invitation of Rev. I. I was the motive for the crime authorities facts with reference to the true editor. The stuff In completed restfully awaiting the recently ':

I speaker at an anti- ; said, as Husted's mon'' y cost of refrigeration service, wth: Elmer McMillan us sports editor scheduled clash with Cedar ;' : II / !! '!

i meeting here Wed- was missing! and the pockets of claiming that some of the factors \.Villian \VaLi ter McDonnell us Key, a.. strong west coast eloven. : I : ; ,

ument on the mlnls- hilt clothes had been cut open. A going to make up the refrigerationrates joke editor and( Murrah Hooks and The game will bo played on the v\YnI'\' .,"\ : ;\ !! -

:m! struck by a glass/; diamond ring. at first believed to were too low. The commission David Moore as chief typist Famed Cedar Key seashore! grid- \ r'" ." :

The pitcher struck' been stolen from him. later on Its own motion ordered an ';
have (;UIKK: : MYTHS' iM.rsTit.iTiiuv. : -: Iron this: afternoon( and the school ;
ujured Leon White- in tissue paperIn Investigation; Into the Justness, reasonableness I
wrapped
was found : KOOKH TALK: Is expected to give Coach Hay and )
it j ho arose to praiseho the cuff: of his trouser leg. mid lawlessness of the his. squad a big send off, as they ;I.TI
Knights of Co- C refrigeration; charges on perishable begin the journey mrly today. i 1
KINO: f Kl.0llll\ Rev. E. M. Hooks, pastor of tho
the World \War.I Ix.tMINKIC&i: I freight Including fruits, vegetables Fortunately: none of the boys f

I) S. Simmons was I3XTITM.K1I: : TO !S!IIIIIOOC/O< ('l'T berries and melons' from I Methodist church was again a .I...-,..'hnr,, .-. ,...v, .111..' AfToffu_.... ... .-..?tnn-... th... : (::11 : l
"J cher.a points In }Florida Georgia North welcome visitor to the school last '
the
nrown pi scrap with Dunnellon. They seem ;:lIcct.
Ht'frlttl'ntlon; barges Toollrport high and South Carolina, and Virginiato Thursday. In the absence of Hev. to be in good shape and possessing/ symmetrical "
*t States destinations In official classification (I. P. Raymond of the Baptist
.t: Reach- An attempt
chance with Cedar
fighting
a / Key, low the u
church Rev. Rooks spoke before to ground
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15 T; to borrow sufficient territory.The are out to give the battle of their
I" [u'e dykes broken In Counsel for the Growers and state railroad commissionand the students at the chapel exer II vos. unrivaled

Ever (!j,1'1,, by the recent Shippers League has Just advised the Growers and Shippers League cises. unique & _

1 n or Martin has adrls- J. Curtis Robinson. secretary-man representing the shippers and Two well known tales from ATMOSPIIKItlC: : COMUTIONH from artistic

.( Exchange: club. The ager!; that a proposed finding has growers of the state entered Into Greek mythology served well to ( an _

11)1 he will have the been made by Director of Service this case feeling that the refrigeration Illustrate his Interesting talk. The citizens and students received standpoint and automobile motorists have ever
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an Hide& within the next William P. Bartel and Special }ox"amlnpr rates were too high rather They concerned a group of sirens about as big a surprise Friday known. "hr

or -uys. "If I do get the John L. Rogers recom- than too low as claimed by the I, who inhabited an isle surroundedby us they can ever hope to enjoy the most comfortable adjustable front seats in .

.:, *{ going to work and mending that the commission fix carriers and therefore this recom- dangerous rocks, far In unknown In truth, they didn't expect a closed models-full width _
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a kes so that the far- Florida refrigeration rates for the mendation of the director and special seas. Tb'ese\ beautiful : thing but an all round rotten performance automobile motorists rear seat s providing plenty' of ______

i ll >" > begin the cultivar future not to exceed 83 per cent examiner seems to justify the creatures would sing so entranc- on the part of Coach roomforthrecadultpassengersI toft

,r f'llt tends at the earliest of present charges on citrus fruit shippers' contention.Six ors toward them and consequently ay's little sunbeams. But it was I have ever known -i-Uetp lounging: spaciousness uphoJ.rery-the of the _

nt' -xecutlve said. and vegetables. not to exceed 78 hearings were conducted to death and destruction. Her. Itarke's first football game, and I interior all combine with _

a a per cent of present charges on berries throughout the South, 387 exhibits Rook related the manner In which the townsmen turned out well considering Not only beautiful not only Duick's famous cantilever _

1ca >i ach-Sunken treas- an4,.>ot to exceed 89 per cent containing 4,363 pages of testimony Ingly as to draw all passing sail- the threatening skies symmetrical not only luxurious springs and Lovejoy Ilvdnulic

'"'*" ight!; and gold doub- of present charges on other fruits were presented by complainants two Greek explorers successfully preceding the tilt. Incidentally, -but alluring an entirely mode new acla-aa of shock absorbers to produce the _
new car '
">UKM) ror and dreamed of and melons. and defendants. besides the withstood the tempting' lingers. these same skies sprung a leakageof dcaigos fmighcstdegreoofridiagluzuty attained.

rom M, minded since the The report also recommends that elaborate coat studies and Ice One did this by tying himself the rather' damp water a few minutes ever '

t calif I of discoverers and reductions be made from the other checks made by the commission's other by closing his ears to the after the opening kickoff, but -beautiful mode 10 that true it sod forecasts sound and the See prove this to new yourself Oulck-drl..e it's the Buick it- _

'dlraJ::>eared centuries ,ago four states Involved In this case staff. sound.It the crowd stuck It out, because the tread of smart bodr-deaiga tot of Ouickf and the car of cars I I'The
the Spsaigh North and South Carolinaand The commission Itself make a Tornadoes wer trldjnr' hard even
Main come Georgia how
may was explained young-people years to come-
a* &nd gleaming this full Vlrgh l&i !n.ub-.. &tutlally..th.!. wry.ektenstve study of the most K within their explorations, that early: In the game, and the Tfce lime &artJatry the sameerafumaojaUp Silver AnniversaryBUICK I __ ___

'the bottom of the Ocklawaha same measure. of Icing service and put a corps their life, are often drawn toward good people were to concernedwith which make" this _

! ; Jerry Peterson. Orlando Mr.. Robinson, estimates that Itthis of Inspectors to check up the cost destruction by temptation, and the spectacle before them to Sew Buick the SBOM beautiful _

'"I contractor ls"utnttn! report !. approved. Florida I: of .service. reflected by the booksof that they, like the old Greek Milor give[ any thought to so small _mob le of the day also _

'7-1rIUoler: senorita in the shippers and growers will save an the refrigeration company. should force themselves to thing as rain.Various .aIre k the saoet cja fc>rtabte y... itiniejjlire Btia By VUs. f _
!laId refrlgeratlon The evidence was submitted by I _
boat ,.ard-l be. wlt'h average of '12.8 per car withstand these thtoc.
" III! of making a treasuret charges on citrus fruits and the commission' investigator at : things helped the home

crQlse along the lctare.-: vegetables. $19.11 on berries and the first bearing held In lackHame. : Starke -Local cotton cIa doing 'team to hit the stride which every- Register Motor Company

Id.'lorlda stream. $'.S7 per car on otherfrulu and. large: !.b.I. I .e!.. of their. rej&h. The members>> of i
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iii; R\DF'oRD COUNTY TEf.EortAPH. BTAIUCK. FI.ORm..I FRIDAY, 0 '
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.. CARLETON MAKES STRONG
TTA..t TrTn. .
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Mlj. Ada, Nlmraa, C... .

1 11., : Public Forum .. .............. ..< ." .. PLEA AT GATHERING SATURn

woebt ]; \Mr and \Mrs H. A. Delk bad as
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their guest over Sunday Miss Lois
Speaker Pays (flowing Tribute
Delk of Jacksonville. / I
I i Mr. F. C. Halslop and daughter (;ovI'rnor'Smlth and Mess. I I '(

;, Mrs. Tyson, of Starke have been Only) One Patty 1)"- ( '
Phone 29
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Mr. Editor: sent by the president to supervise VI ,
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. tl'ott'l. i I ,
Republican newspapers are circulating flood relief In the lower Mississippi Mosley. ) .

: a statement that AI Smith he entertained Mr Mrs. Will Balsden and< ::1I |
Valley and
was
JHUI)( loJ CLUB MKDTH: \\'ITII age of twelve years, twid, for simi Is responsible for the appointment GaInesville Fla., Oct. 20.-" i ; ':

JUDGE: AM 'IHS.UlUSS lar adult costumes. of a negro civil service Commis- lavishly by the white Democratsof Miss Rosa church Balsden services, of Starke here Sun, attended the Solid South is broken in .,, 1>3

Ice cream, cake home make sioner In New York City and urg- Louisiana and Mississippi. He election and there is no c '
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The evening bridge club of candles pes! sandwiches, doughnuts for I day.L. ponding Increase of Democrats i \ '
ing Florida Democrats to vote left those homes of abounding hos : .
A. Johns and family
which Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkln coffee and cream will be for Hoover for that reason. If the spen the east and west, we will have I ,.I l ,
to \ The his :
+ pitality visit Mlsslslppi. Sunday In Jacksonville with
sale. The children will enjoy the
are member met with them 01 the argument one party system of 1 ,
true '
1
{ charge was "
Friday at their home on Wulnu fish pond and grown ups are never might appeal to Southerners.I negro Republican, committee chair mother, \Mrs. Annie Johns. In the United States and that ,. r

street. too grown to have their fortunes know personally of this par- man, who has since been, indictedfor Mr. and Mrs. S. M Simmon and( ty will lie the Republican,' t I 'J

3i i5 ; i The rooms In which the tablet told. You will be amply entertained ticular appointment. It was made selling postofilce appointments; I son Tom of Sparr, are spending and! the admonition of William -I ,
several here with Mr.
b' ) were arranged were brightened so come and bring the family. by Mayor John F Ilylan. the same I and, after hobnobbing with him, I days Carleton, Democratic I 1 '

v ( with vases and baskets of PaulNeyron Admission 10, and 25 cents man whom Smith later defeatedfor he visited a negro woman, memberof Mrs. P. B. Hunt. speaker In his address at the
J. N. Rutledge and family wen .
l rose D.11S 1'.11tTYMr. the governorship, and drum- the Republican committee, at ganlnat'on: meeting of the >! ,
r MMM: ) TIIK: shopping In Starke this week.
t Mrs 10. M Johns, who won high, med out of Democratic politics In her home in a negro settlement, W men's Democratic Club of i I .1
Friends here of Mr. George;
received a boudoir pillow and an of New York and for a time enjoyed her smiles chua county here last night. ) i ,
and Mrs. J. A. Saul entertained the state grieved to hear of! l I
Glllyard ,
rl were ,
I r i? ash tray went to Mr. W M Wain- with a spend-the-day partyat So much for Smith's responsibility and partook of her hospitality eat- his sudden death which occurred "We have a candidate for w' I 'd'
,
ai wright who also won high. the J. M. Alvarez cottage on for the negro Morton. Look ing and drinking with her and her afternoon. Interment we do not have to apologize," I ,
p Saturday
Mrs. Adkins served a salad Klngxley lake Sunday Oct 27. at the other side of the picture. family. Carleton told his audience In i I '
made at Orange Heights cemetery
li{',. course at the close of the evening. Those enjoying the hospitality of Charley Anderson), a negro ward When he returned to Washington was on Sunday, with Rev F. \M full discussion of the Issues of
'
s" '' Ir ,, The regular members were present New York he wrote letter thanking a campaign and the bid of the t i
Mr. and Mrs. Saul, were Mr. and leader of City was appointed one Taylor In charge of the services ,
a ; to enjoy the hospitality ofI'I Mrs. Neal Hensley and Mr. Ray Collector of Revenue of Southern hostess for her splendid I cratic party for a victory at I I
wife and
I Mr Glllyard\ leaves a several -
te, Judge and !Mrs -Adklns. mond l Lewis, of Ganlnesvllle; Mr. New York, over hundreds of white entertainment and true hospitality children, who have the sin polls.McCaa i

I KNTKKT.tlVH: : .1P'Ti.JtNtOX: and Mrs. S. V. Trlgg of Jacksonville men and women employed under and that letter was addressed to I cue sympathy of the community I II Halle, prominent you ,
rules. The appoint- the \Mississippi: woman. It Gainesville business man, was
d and Misses Claudia Gllchrlst civil service negro and
y'i JUUUHIo) 'JXU Mrs. W. B. Alexander <><
/ --- and Minnie Umber of Starke. ment was made by (larding with Is not recorded that he was afterwards I daughter Wilma with Mrs. C. E..I unanlhouHly elected president,.; ,,
v the approval of Hoover. It was received into the homes of the club. Other officers, elected <
+ i Marigolds and red radiance shopping In Gainesville I "
4 Harper were ,
r ,,
imou...:I: I.B'ITSlfJ' of Louisiana and Robert W. i t
i f roses Intermingled with fern form- renewed by Coolidge/ with the ap- the white people Friday.Mrs acclimation, were
r proval of Hoover. Charley Ander- Mississippi. I I via, Jr., vice president, and )
+ oil the decoration for the rooms 01I' B. H. Lnflln left Friday for ,
1 attractive \ and Mrs. M. Leviton announce son, the negro, has a white woman I agree, Mr. Editor with the Burke, secretary-treasurer. i i ,!
Mrs. R. F.' Demorest's Memphis, Tenn., for an extended( ,.
bungalow when she entertained the marriage of their for his stenographer, and a white sentiment: that the South can not I visit. Powers Makes Brief SpeechHarrlc \ l

Club one daughter, Rosa Etta, to Mr. Hugh man for his private secretary. afford to put into the office of Powers: editor of i I
the Afternoon Bridge I Herbert Durden spent several .
Y4 ? Leonldaa Brownlee, Jr, on Monday Adminis- United States a d' regional +
Even the Republican president of the Ocala Banner, air
{ Thursday.On days this week visiting friends in ,
I :;
ti t 1 y comparing scores Miss Mab October twenty-second, nine- tration did not dare to abregate man who recognizes and practices : Barnesvllle Ga. man of the state "> ,
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teen hundred and twentyeight.The Wilson's order In and social equality with of the work i| !
President segre- political I spoke briefly
have
found to
el Weller was captured 'I Miss Alive Black of Green CoveSprings i ,
awarded bottle ceremony was performedat gating the races In the departments negroes anywhere, but when a man done by the young men in I
f high and was a spent the week-end here, ,, ,,
r r the Baptist parsonage at 7 but when Hoover wanted to the South, as Hoover campaign. Mr. Powers ,,i
Mrs. W. M. I comes ;
1yl of perfume. Wain- the guest of Mrs. Aleena Caldwell. ,
f wright i as holder of .second, was o'clock In the evening the Rev. 0. the negro vote In Ohio primariesand did, and puts that sentiment Into Mrs. Albert Jennings was a visitor himself as being pleased with I ',.,''

given a hand painted bread board P. Raymond of the First Baptist three negro preachers from practice, for the purpose of buying to Sanderson Wednesday and spirit shown by the young men' '

1t i' it' r and knife. church officiating Ohio threatened to throw that vote negro delegates to a national convention Alachua county. He 1
Thursday. '
Ie ,,i/ Mrs. Demorest! served a salad Mrs. Hrownleo has always made against'' him, If he did not order .' it is time that 'the white Revival services were begun at the hope that the nucleus +> ,, I, ,,,

?4 course to her guests at the end of I I Starke ber Bradford home having graduatedfrom the mingling of the races In his people of the South take notice. the First Baptist church last Monday -I formed the ,Club last night 1
the County High ,department, Mr. Hoover bowed to i Of course we know that no man immediately begin an active
the progressions evening. The pastor, Brother ,. ,
'l p J, Besides the regular members school In 1925. She Is a popular the dictates of the negro; preachersand can ever force social equality upon I I I Norris of Lacrosse having charge. pagn!' to enlist every' youngPemo ',

f+ Mrs. J. S. Butler and Mrs. J. L. member of the younger set and a ordered white men and women the South, but Hoover has shown I, Bro. Thompson and daughter, tal- crat in Alachua county to ,,
talented musician.! In his department to move over plainly by his actions that he for Smith and Robinson.: W.
;v Peek were Invited to play. ented musicians of of Gainesville,, i, t, ''
T St' Mr. Brownlee son of Mr. and and make room for negroes to would do so, if he couJd, and he Pepper, Jr editor of the
T ?
+'h the services,
are leading/ song '
t' I Mrs. H. L. Brownlee of Starke, In from the corridors has not hesitated to declare to the I at the / I "
,, 31144VI'sLLllR IIOSTIIHH: TO come across while Bro. F. M. Taylor has di- ville Sun presided "
graduated, with a degree In electrical work their sides. Many of this country that if ,, 1
ti TWI': T"TIIl'I'STl'H'I.l'lI': and by negroes as chaliman.
rection of a Junior choir recently
I
t engineering, last August white women resigned rather than elected he will force the South to I In discussing the Issues of
where he I : organized. Much Interest and enthusiasm | I" i ,,
from Auburn University such the the political treated
Indignity, recognize as
to negro Carleton
be subjected campaign Mr.
Mabol Weller hostess In these
Miss was I Is being shown .
'z was a member of Theta Chi fraternity ( but Mr, Hoover let the white ladles equal of the white man all the time length the lijpocracy of the Republican i
I. Friday evening to the Twentieth meetings. < ,i, :
and two honorary orders ((KO and kept the negroes and got I and everywhere. I party In making an
d club at her home W arrived
bridge O. Blankenship '
Century i ':
and Eta Kappa
PI
.l namely Tau Beta the Ohio vote. Very respectfully, I to secure southern votes on _
on Cherry sheet Wednesday from Marysville, Tennessee ,
t ,i Nu He now holds a responsible when Mr. Hoover was I J. L. FRAZEK. tariff Issue,
r Again, dry issued the
i ,
i r Yellow cosmos were tastefully position with the American 1 where he had spent the '' <
the
arrange'l! about the rooms In floor Company -- summer months prosperity issue, t

j baskets and vases and attractive Telephone and Telegraph Alabama. ASSOCIATIONI I Mrs. A A. Durden and daughter, issue, the Immigration Issue, a'l,,, )
In Birmingham! I the
iy ( t tallied. were used for keeping After a short wedding trip BAPTIST Hilda were shopping In Gainesville : beneath the surface disclosure >
Issue. Ills speech was a
1r5 \
t He-ores. parts of South Florida, on Saturday' '
i'' ljl Mrs. a. M. Inman held high Mr.through and Mrs. Hrownlee will be at 1 CONVENED LAST WEEK Mrs Mae DeWitt of Jacksonville of the. corruption which the Republican I
F tined' has honeycombed
score for ladles and received a homo to friends after Nov. 1, In was the guest of her cousins, I ,,! "
table -- ------ and Mrs. party
hand embroidered card cov ---- Mrs. A A. McDonald '"
Birmingham, Alabama( --
er. A deck of cards went to Dr. .. The "Dorothy T." a 260-ton side Jennie Roper on Saturday.Last Ills "hMtHli| In Part '' > ,

K. L. HRRS| who also made high. II.\II1STV.. M. S. The IUtY- eventh annual serm'onoC '! I wheeler completed its initial run I, Wednesday an all-day prayer Mr. Carleton said in part: .I

p'idi0 l Mrs N. Sternberg and Mr. 8. L. the New River Missionary Bap- ; Friday service was held by the. W. M. "The Republicans do not )
down the St. Johns! river last
k ( Peek held low socres. Mrs. Sterna The regular; monthly meeting of tint Association was held last U.. at the Baptist church. After Al Smith's governorship for' ,
a 4f ar'p berg was given a pair of embroidery I the 1I111tlstV.. M. S. was held lit Wednesday and Thursday with the ( to Sanford, In'the service of I the morning program had been H nothing to assail. He has : ..,.,

+ scissors and Mr. Peek Was tire- the church Monday afternoon. I church at Wateroak The attendance the St. Johns Transportation rendered, a delightful open-air one of the greatest i

seated with u pair of socks. The devotional was led by the was: : large both days and a Company, aboat Concern? Operating i luncheon was served to all present. New York has ever had-the

? The hostess served a salad courser President, Mrs 0, W Alderman. I splendid picnic diner was provided between Jacksonville and Sanford. Among those attending the New man ever elected to the governorship \ I .

,r her guests which included the Reports! were read from commit' ;by the good sisters each noon hour. I iliVer convention on Wednesday four times In that state. ),

regular' members. tees, Y.V.. A., O. A. and Sun I The fine weather and good food The new craft, almost as largiy al'' last, were: Bro. F. M\ Tyalor N. not only elect him, but they ,

beams.! Arrangements were, made I

4 ti, s 11 IU.I.OWB'J'S: ITAKTVHATTIiO.tV for sending a box of clothing to time. The Christian: sociable service replaces tI'e) Hiawatha, one Ivan, Mrs Harrison and Mrs. I. J, praise upon) him. He la a '

4 OCT. :B7TII the little girl that the society 1 I. fellowship among all the ot the three boats now used by the t'rlest. who has a smile. He is human.He I I I.'

caring for at the Orphan's Home churches ot our association: Is always boat I Mr. P. E. GrIffin spent Fridayin U the 'Happy Warrior.' ,,

1' ,g ?M Owing to tile football game in at Arcadia. appreciated and eneeily'x" an- transportation company. ._ Clearwater.The "He Is honest, square, candid I' i '

?a Cedar Key, between U. II. S. and The president appointed her ticipated.The -" Literary Society of the says what he thinks and lives !;

Coder Key High School Friday committees for the year. Circle No. sessions opened for business teaching the men and trying to en- Hampton[ grammar school held to his promises. It Al Smith : '

t afternoon, the Hallowe'en partyto 1, with Mrs. W. J. Kpperson acting by the appointment of the dicers, thuse them somewhat as our women heir weekly debate on Friday af elected president and has >

be given by the Woman's Club as leader, had charge of the program viz. Rev. J. L. Norris Lacrosse, have been for'years enthusiastically ternoon. The subject was, "Re- chance to sell himself to the people

+ and the Junior Club girls at the ,, which was very Interesting moderator, and D W. Moore, lolved that Summer Sports are of the United States as he I (

j'' club house has been hanged to and helpful. She was assisted bY'' Theressa, clerk and treasurer studying.M and.. working for Better than Winter Sports." Affirmative to the people'of New York he ;,

t'' Saturday evening, Oct. 27th several other members. The associational! sermon was to missions. (8th grade) Avery Moore, be overwhelmingly re-elected 1

I The doors will be opened Mrs. J. H Lord, Sec'y. have been delivered Wednesday Hon. C. N. Powers, a deacon of Catherine Hamm and Thornton 1932. It Smith had been born !'

;S i; promptly at 7 o'clock. Grand for morning by Rev. R W. Bugg of the First Baptist church of Jacksonville i John; negative (7th grade) Annie a little Baptist Manse he I !

march and awarding of prizes at Fort Myers-Contract let First Worthington; Springs, but he graciously who was' kindly .convey Laura Tucker, Jessie Mae Den- have been elected president l ,


I 8:30.: Prizes will be given for theft foundation of new 140,000 gave his time so that Dr. I I ing Mr. Upchurch to different associations I don and Bobble Johns. The years ago and we would be I
building on
s most appropriate and original costume Baptist Sunday School W. A. Hobson of St. Petersburg,, gave 'a short address on udge's[ decision favored the negative electing him how.

'i $ for boys and girls up to the Jackson and Second streets. might address the association on the merits of the republican candidate side o.f the argument. Veri "No man who ever ran (
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-- ------'- the' merits of Christian educationand who Is now seeking the Manlre gave an interesting read. president 'has been subject

R .." 574547574574Q4S?, the work now being done In'' presidency of the. United States. such scurrilous attacks as has Gov.Smith.

t our Baptist school-Stetson University Reports were given on the regu- ing.Mrs.. Clarence Roberts, Jr., of They tell you that he ,

at DeLand, Florida. lar work .of the year, such as foreign Lake Butler, spent the week-end the pawn of Tammany, If he l '

[G Toward the middle of the last missions, state missions, orphanage with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N.V but a pawn of Tammany the people

Learn Gc century when Baptists were few etc. The executive com Wynn. of New York would not <> ;

c in Florida and poor, the late John mittee was-.instructed to secure Bro. Raymond, Mrs. Butler, Mrs\ honored him with the ggveraorshlp

II. Stetson, world famed hat another car of provisions for the Lila Griffin and daughter,' Miss four times, for I(

manufacturer, of Philadelphia,, Arcadia orphanage such as was so Ethel, and John Powell, all of alone cannot elect a governor
THE LESSON OFTHRIFT G Gj Gr himself n Baptist, made( his winter kindly donated by the farmers and ;taree, attended the revival Ber- that state. ]If there is any dominating '

home at DeLand. and became merchants of our association last vices here this' week-end and graciously done. Smith does it. \

Interested In the small, struggling year. This action was taken after rendered several musical got rid of Hearst and put

; : school Baptists had started there. an earnest address In the Interest elections In his place. Just compare Tamnany

\Mr. Stetson and his family have of the needy orphans had been delivered Mrs. One: Wynn and children, Hall today with the Yare \ ( ''
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given! a: two million dollar property : by Rev S. 8. Proctor of Mrs. Alive Kite and daughter, LouIse Thompson machines of Philadelphia

to this school and also gave Lake Butler. of Sampson City, were visiting and Chicago! There is

Gflk cue million dollars of stock In the I On account of the special Interest their sister, Mrs. N. V. Wynn this comparison. Tammany is ,
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+t, t hat factory as a permanent endowment In prohibition at this time It week. white by comparison {

The educated man has learned this important fund. There are now was voted to publish the report on Mrs Louis Kahr, Mrs W. II. Now York llclpcnl South > !
truly
I five hundred students at this university temperance.This fart and Mr. Callla Manning were "During reconstruction days I

lesson. He knows the value of putting and the Baptists have report was read by J. T visitIng friends here last Friday was New York Democracy '
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He knows the grown to number over one hundred Harris of Antloch; on behalf of thecommittee Mrs. L. G. Johns and Mrs. H. A, extended a helping hand to ) ,
money aside for a rainy day. rn thousand In the State of Flor which 'prepared and pre- Delk) were visitors to Starke last south. '

danger involved in making no provision for the I ida. sented it,' namely: Rev R. \VBugg Tuesday evening. "They tell you that Al Smith

I There are tour hundred and J. T. Harris and Mrs D. W Mrs Russell Dyal and little a wet. Governor Smith hates (

future. eight universities conducting one Moore. Only a few sentences can laughter, VirginIa have been saloon as much as you and I, I II

I hundred and forty state schools, be given in, this article: risking her sisters, Mrs. Drewgter has pledged that It shall never re '

Having money is as important as earning In America today, and thirty-six of "When the law was Invoked Hew and Mrs.\ J. P. Jones, of turn-never. He favors modification I >< '.

the total are Baptist universities, against intemperance! it became a I I Crescent City. for such states as want I

money. and Florida has In Stetson at De- vlolater of the law.; Today we have -- -
i Land one of the best. an outlawed evil which lives only :

r It is essential to be protected against emerg- At such a time when modernIsm through Its friends. These friendsare I areucl.G rvl.n&5 --- in, J. L. (,'orpcnu

1' Is laying Its mandate upon those who manufacture It; 1
ency. --sIf.. .*.l.jl our schools and Is undermining those who dispense it, those who

the religious/ faith of the American Imbibe it and those who condoneit. I MONEYS EVERYTHING/' RIGHT\ YOU'RE ABSOLUTELY

I Start an account .today-one dollar will do youth, Baptists and all Florida are Ill tact It lives through the Influence -"-u HAVEN'T A ff WOMAN/ WRONO. YOU KNOW HOWMILLIONYou't.E
SP'NCINENogoDY
Christian It Is
fortunate in having a of its sympathizers.
it. ,,1 -A! school of first magntude! taughtby being recognized that to enforcethe VR-l-G-H-TypOUITE YOU'RE TREAT6P'A

a discriminating Christian faculty I prohibition law men must be f.GHTNLY DIME ATPoliteness'costsjnothingr ENIN6I

It will be a great comfort to you to know that careful to safeguard the religious I elected to office who personally ( 'I' 'RE f
faith of the student. The approve and keep this law themselves fWRONG'S GOT pfuJo 5i
you have a nest egg stowed away for the future.It flue address by Dr. Hobson was from the standpoint of convictIon -

make much enjoyed by the large audience and principle." 't ( FADD
will happier. tIM{
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He Introduced himself by Rev. C. A. Crosby was appointed -
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t' stressing the necessity ot electinga state board member, and Rev. T .

president of this great republicnow B. P. Raymond was elected delegate -

l BANK OF STARKE who is .pledged to the enforcement to the Southern Baptist Con- 4i

\ j of our' present prohibition rcntton. which meets next May In

r .y laws. Memphis. Tennessee.
l i At the afternoon session an The thanl-s of."the. association Drug Store
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rh E.Matthews., Press R..J..Dayis, Cashier era." He .I i fa. our} :n'ewly; \ appointedieei'ylaiy'at The: '."" ssoflatto'n; .adjourned merchandiae *' .vT" .; jti?** "Starke Faa'
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'';'''7- ?.5Z525 ?5 5'S Z5z52 ZS-- II'II''H.'r.' '!Miss Norma:and son: A.: ng at Pedals next Thursday afternoon {r day Senator Fletcher Congressman Ifor( herself during the summer commendable kind---- ---good- -cheer.- ., '

I Waycorss, Ga.. !Mr and and we wish all to be present Green Doyle K. Carlton months. The long hauls necessaryto optimism over the future of the

I J. Grldln, Mr. and Mrs IoJ.I and help with the work. I Democratic gubernatorial I nominee fill thin bill for Floridians also fourth estate In Florida" and appreciation j:

Bits of I W_ Grlflln and little daughter Mr. Gary Overalleet was a visitor members of the state board of control necessitates Home rather high bills! i of the courtesies extend ,,

''D ,. I Verna Jean. 'and= Owen W. Griffin here last Thursday. I and the presidents of the University for the produce delivered! at the I ed them while In the olty.-i.-Winter

\t ) aH of Jarlciwttvllle spent Sunday The ICvangelfstfc; ( Drotherhood of of ]Florida and the state end of the long haul. Considerable I Haven Chief. Correct you are.

here with Mrs. O. J. Griffin and Gainesville Is going; to bo present college for women, the other state i I time and! effort/' could very well be Chief; the boys who lap up liquor 1?

I local .!ev Miss Ethel Grllfln. at our nuptial church next third I( institution to share in the station! I 1'profitably spent In producing/ summer while good\ felnws themselves always s '' .

Sunday night at 7 o'clock and we eta-ton;, vegetables./ They are In demand put too much of the wrong r 9
!Mrs. Asa B. Smith of Ocala hope that everyone will be present. I and the rewards htreof look kind of spirits in press associations I ,,

1 Concerning Our People, Business and who Is district secretary of the P. I! fits that would accrue from Its appealing;. It Is to be hoped that -Palm Beach Independent f J, i r''
T. A., was here Wednesday and j
Mr. Daulton McDavId of Lake- operation. I something cornea to this move forsulnnle .
,::1 Progress of the County and Town. spoke In the school auditorium in land was visiting friends and relatives ", .* ve getables 1(1... FI" nr td". -- Frngtnroof- -Unmon Theater Installs -_.- I' r i

behalf of that organization. Mrs.H. here this week-end. Utility service la! being resumed Plenty City Enterprise.! new and better equipment\

r M. Snyder Is chairman of the in all purls of the state where the -. Florida will ship $100.000.000
r __, iU:":I -S4S-;--4SaSa-- 74447R7Sa- -- ----<;;->cIcI---::cSZ.5' r2525'r.5 program committee for the local ).............. ..N... .. recent storm tore down poles and That was a profitable ROHHIOII of worth of citrus and vegetables during Y I

IY spent Sunday I in St Win: a prize for the most appropriate association and It was at her re- : LAWTEY lines and handicapped plants In the South Florida Press Association 1928-29 season a V
t I quest that Mrs. Smith favored : which met la West 1' Ft
I and original Hallowe'en : many ways. Working( day and Winter Haven Key will pave Division
Mr K. 11)
Il'f Ilurat', Cup .
I t 1 costume. Grand march and award Starke with a visit. night with crews of men sent from on Saturday. While I the attendance street from Duval Whitehead, t

f i "den of Hampton, ing of prizes at 8:30: Saturday --- -- ........... .o."> ... '. may parts of the state Into the was somewhat below par TIml'lrepnlrlllK Lafayette St., 1
I rber' The W. T. Weeks Chapter U. I'uesday. evening at Woman's Club Hallow The Ladles' Aid of the Methodist storm area the utility companiesare the ;
o atL -. e'en party. D. C., will hold their regular meet- church was delightfully entertained doing heroic work In restoring storm swept sel"tIIof the east New citrus packing plant located '
--- 'ng Wednesday November the 7 lit stppn- at the home of Mrs. ElBe furnishing lights power -
"lrforu
Inki'i'- "Wt' at the home of Mrs. L. H. Hill In Ii. Benjamin of the Wont !! ,
I Mrs J. M. Brownlee. Mrs. W. L. Miner. The business hour was gas and water. Palm : oona near completion. I'
,;; >. Wall. Col. W. T. Weeks and Mrs. Lawte)'. Mrs Hill and Mrs.' W. K. pleasantly spent' d.'Hcussing: the --- i Beach Independent ) the spirit was' Fort Myers Park Board has! ex- } !

-- May Dickens spent Monday in Ala- Torode, hostesses Time of meeting Christmas Bazaar and helping the Nathan Mayo state ( all that could be desired. And' by 11'IIHIve park beautlflctttlou program 44: c

j j'u i Ig \ \ Long of Gainesville chua, guests of Mrs. UeWitt Ha 3:30: p. m. needy of our community. Duringthe ; er: of agriculture", said .ommlsslon-I the way there was nil entire absence under way .' 1 ?r r
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''u'I! ,IX?,, II Starke Wednesday.uiy : gue. --- -- social hour !Mrs. Miner adulated advised ' Mrs. C. )F. Sayles arrived here made r .
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-- by her daughter; and Miss Catherine supplying farmers of Florida storm a newspaper) men'sconvcutlnn In AugUl.t.BunnellContrnl'
and Mrs. II. V. Wednesday from a summer spentIn a convivial awarded for f
\ affair Prohibition !
S Mr. and :Mrs. CWtir Blanchard served delicious area with seed tor replanting; -
Monday In Jacksonn Stuart spent the week-end Andrea of New York and Is at the homeof refreshments would be presented to President may not be as great reform grading Bartlett ciit-orf on !Moody J''
I herewith her mother Mrs. C. L Peek. : at this
Coolldge's cabinet stage In the proreed- Boulevard.
their daughter Miss Thelma The Woman's Club of Lawtey I / at a meet In tomorrow -
1H 1 1r --- -- I Andrew, who Is attending the She will be joined here in a few will be hostess to the Trl-Coiiuty Mr Mayo said he hud lugs as'! many could wish for, but Tampa's) )post office gets new l.i- k
Mrs. days by Dr. Suyles who is making we can \ '1115 all the ,
s t 'wa and Nat Dradford County high school. )Federation meeting Friday. Nov. received word from the Washington say ) evldenro r-nuvliiK equipment
Kerr 'red to Jacksonville, the trip by motor and they will 2, The program will be Interesting ofllce of Senator Park Tram- to buck It up, that there are fewer Melbourne30acre demoustru"q;

proceed to their home In Miami. and all club members are urged to I mell of Florida< advising that ofll-- and l less spectacular editorial Imlbers lots farm will 1m new addition, tohlelsuurue

+) Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Miner and .tale .n'. .ha. ". S, .. .. _._.._... ... ) than In diiva gone l.v_ The Poultry colnny. l St SIl
attend.Mr. k iiv7 u *acu II uiviitagriculture .ILI 7
o daughter, Pauline, of New Smy Among those from Starke taking I only "spirits" ; ; h--I Ii' ; "
Granger Waldo !
\\I i and Mm. L. II Hill visited would appear before displayed by the Winter Park-"I hatchery )
Mrs. ,rna, spent Sunday here with Mrs.Miner's '11 Hingllng Brothers and Barnumand I I editors and I their friends ; f
Frh i with her sister their summer cottage at Luke I the cabinet meeting and urge that were the new enterprise here.HONKST l

*( Powell. Mrs. George Flynn and children, .
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Miss Pearle Grille spent several ptl l'pose. .1
.as !v. M Johns and 'J. H.YPenl Martha and Billy Powell and Geo, Lake a
ors days at Klngsley with Miss i r
,] Monday in Tallahassee: .. Mr.! and Mrs W. G. Pierce, who .Flynn Ji .. and L. C. Powell: Mr.' Myrtle Strickland last week The Florida State Chamber of FEARLESS INDEPENDENT i

inens have been guests of Mrs. T. S. and Mrs. C. A. Futch and children Mesdames James Shepard and Commerce has seen the hand writ- i

''vsrm Hewke returned to their home In MerlH and Mack and Joe Sistrunk; I Ing on the wall or in busily engaged ; .
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visitors Law
C. A. Knight were to
j i! left DeLand Thursday. :Mr.\ and Mrs. !t. F. Demorest Mr. writing thereon. It has :
iI ud t i nderhtll and family ; I tey Monday afternoon.Mr. decided 1 t
I: ,da) roc Lakeland, where and !Mrs II. C. Hitch ; !Mrs A. S. Simmon of the Blue Bus line' to go out and work for I the production F. A. STROUP 1t "

will make their home. !Mrs. O. L. Deasley. Miss Madge Crews and !Mrs!, J. S Butler; W. A. was in. Lawteyfonday.) of summer vegetable; In /j

Middleton and Miss Florence Matthews i Itesseut. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. G. Kirk Misses Nellie Coker and Pauline a land which grows and. furnishes /) t i''
let I JL 'returned to Lewis; Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Weeks large numbers of winter '
; has and
I stevBiisoii!\ spent Saturday In Jackson Walker spent the weekend In Candidate for ; l''
eafti1 several months spent ville. and family Misses Virginia and Itushnell. spring vegetables for a land covered Republican

istmiRh with l his parents. .---- Murla and W. T.; Hamilton RItch, with snow and Ice. As big Iw''
Miss Louise Pitts who"tE'a'hell STATE TREASURER \
I Ore'Itlns: and John Powell cities of the north H ?
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I Mrs. May Dickens of South Carolina school at Hampton, spent the week grow bigger; ;

, ,dk's!I,,, HIIIN-- t1.08 IUIII *2.08 is the /guest of Mr. and Mrs. ,George; Raymond J, D. Grille, end with her mother here. 'so will the demand for winter vegetables Moat of the newly elected state officers will belongto ) ''
Charles Lucian Klckllter and Jun- 'I'
,ruIH'I1t'M. I IJ.I M. Brownlee and< Mr. and Mrs. Mr, and Mrs. K. }J. HurTiey attEnded grow Cities reflect wealth ) "
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( I ____ r W. L. Wall.Do ior McDonnell the circus In Jacksonville and wealth buys the 1 luxuries of the same faction that has controlled the affairs of the 1 +'

'.n I 'ii 'Milght was o, profesI ------- .- Tuesday.Mrs. life. )Florida, favored by climate !I I I' 1

,0If .isitm, >10 Lake City Mon- not miss the Hallowe'en: ItlltllMMr. Hattie Alvarez of Starke and soil, Is 'ah.!$ to provide delicacies state for yenrs. Independent of this group, lA.. Stroup

party at the Woman's Club Satur ,I and Mrs. J. H. Crawford of Friday with her mother, Mrs for the winter table but apparently -
spent
-- day evening./ Fun for all ages. De- Starke. a boy Oct. 19th. Lowery unable to provide green! will check extravagances. He i is a farmer and has a I '

,. i I'owell of Charleston, licious eats. and an evening/ of real Air. and Mrs Robert Brown of Mr. and Mrs. W. )}. To rode and I '
,|im" Saturday with her entertainment. Hampton, a boyi, Oct. 21st.HKOOKKIl children attended I the circus In- I wide.. exprcrience in banking) railroading, business, P f ,

I'J IJ J ". Mi it S Humphrey; ------------ -: _. Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. A % building and loan and general) mercantile: business: l' t '

' \\'In''r Mr. and :Mrs C. A. )Fntch and Geo. Young and Chas. liiu-) [GENT WORD

s unit clothes -at sons Merrill and Mack, motored to klns attended the Itlngllng Brothers
,,org'f, and 1 smo"' intone)'. Jacksonville Thursday to see her Mr. L. A. Brown was transacting and Barnum and Bailey circus Allt. STROUP KNOWS THE NEED I FOIl KCONOMV
COLUMN
father, Mr. O. M. Sloll'ung. who business In Starke last Thursday. j' '
t tI ; Tuesday night. IN )l1J ULIC EXPENDITURES; ) f f
tw :.1 t irsi f White Is gpolidlngi ; was In a hospital there. Mi.\ Allen Greene and son, Leslie Miss )Florrle Terry spent Mon- FOR HI': F'urnllll11; upart-1 i ,;?t

t i ilomnn, looking afteru -.----- -- were attending business Inal'luwuvllle i_,.. J k Ill.... I Meat i ill town. _T. _Ii,'. laclnter. I ..) . 4
day n 5 u. In ac sotto I'fll .'
1t) II < for the state. I Mrs. II. S. Carlt'lonII's.! J. C. last Friday Mrs. A. M. I Lewis who has been 8-a-tf J )( romicaiALUMINUM i\HV. .
Mr. I,. L. Morgan/ and Mr. L. A. I [ jl
Hoover, Mrs J. A. Saul and Miss .quite ill Is able to he! out again, to
\l Slstrnnk returned Daisy Shumake of Savannah, Cla.. Crosby were attending to business the delight of her many friends. FOil 8AI.IOFord ruimlmiit truck __ --
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a) m Si Luke's hospital motored to Gainesville Thursday. in nil ford lust Friday. and one Sundatrnmt adding rna- '
Mrs. M. K. Edwards is spending -I'- -
n been a patient furll1dl'pII Mr. II. P. Oalney S. M. Mott thine. George A. Mnrcotte, Call
. ------ sometime with her daughter !Mrs
,,;kl Clover Farm Store No. 2. on the and Lloyd Padgett were transucting St.. Slarke. Its i + (
Jack Drlggs !in Jacksonville. 'WARE AND COOKINGUTENSILS
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JL IjusiiiesH in Jacksonville last
--- highway just south of town has
!Mr. and Mrs J, B Dye and children WANTED-Chickens for cash '
\ GUI spent Sunday been purchased Alfred Va Friday. --.I
by rILes.
I of Jacksonville, spent Sunday Hens or )Fryers John Hutton,
|Mon<|ai in Jacksonville! visit- Mi'. Varies will take Immediate | Mr. L. R. Galney was! a business ""Ml1
'ilnd- > visitor! to Starke last. Tuesday with her )parents"!I and Mrs A. 1-2 mile north of Starke on
iharge.
M. Blanchard,
--- Mr. K. K Perryman Mr. Quigley highway. 10-26-21
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. +i Steele of Gainesville !Mrs. George II. Lowry and find Dr. Ilullen of Starke motored ... ...o.........J4..... -volt" --SALH-- -----/Shnftlng--,-pulleys- DeWitt C. JonesHARDWARE

m ift'kendllh Mr. and out here last Thursday night; ANEn'RIVER
I Hpoed pulleys and hangers discarded L
|A' K Mimdyd mie. and made Home very interestingtalks. : In remodeling of our JI

They organized; an Antl- ]Hiss KHNC: Hupp, Cur # !
Mo.
--- ver, C'ol., and St. Louis, fora press room In A-1 condition
Mrs Carlyle Peek of : Sm'th' club with the following officers ___ ;
visit with fl' cnds before Joining! i and will be Hold Telegraph
I : M. P. .... $.....0.h1..c i clieup. rJ ,
to uilnolH announcing : Matheney president
are ;
Dr. Lowry here.Hallowe'en Slarke )Flu. if.I I ------- --- .
ITIVUI it a Ron born to themlesdar ___ J H. Marshburn, secretary and Mr. and Mrs. C, K. Andrews are I s
I 111I1I1I11III11I1 ltIIIII1IIIIIIliIII/IHIIII/ .nl ""Himmuiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiii/ imtiiiimittiiiw" ;.lIii r lliiiiitrItlll1U1lmt'-'IIIIIIN.";'''' ''''''"Yr'' )
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October 23rd, 1928. I party Woman's Club treasurer and J. L. Kulmnka,, )R: T. receiving congratulations over the Seed Oats and Rye t
'Saturday Oct 27th. Doors opened Stewart and H. B. Brown as com- arrival of a line boy, Oct. 14th. HAROLD C'I'VALLINSURANCE i'

and Mrs. Charles Larsen 7 o'clock. Admission 10 and 25c. mlteeman. The young man has been named FOR SALERustproof (

kon Charles. Jr.. of Lakeland I Public cordially invited. J. H. Marshburn spent the week- )Earnest Jean Andrews Burt 11'
and
1 week-end guests of Col.\ andD end in Atlanta Ga., with friends Among those who were transact 90-Day Fulg- .

E Knight. Jimmy; Brownlee has returned and, relatives. !ng business In Lake Butler Sat- hum Oats. Florida Rye i"

to Atlanta to continue his studiesin Mrs. Bell Thomas land childrenare urday were: Mr. D. W. Kelly and and Abruzzi Rye. ST.1HKR, FLORIDA '

lill, ,... Winter fonts have nr1 the Atlanta Southern Dental col spending sometime In Waldo son Hermle, Mr. J. L. Johns and ? '
Wholesale Call Represents the Rest landing Insurance Companies
1 with )<: Messrs. N. II Wiggins prices.
at Stenlberg's' lege. He was accompanied by II. friends and relatives. daughter, Essie ;-

-- A. Husoey of Newberry who will Mr. Norman Thomas of Gaines- -Wesley Iershey Charley Simons or write. Seminole Seed FIRE ACCIDENT, LIFE, AUTOMOBILE: BOND, LIABILITY I ;3 "

c. J r Srtbbllngwho was a enroll as a first year student. ville was here Sunday visiting M, Moody, S. C. Crews, J. Company Gainesville ADJUSTMENTS UttDK PHOMPTLY y;
it t guest of Mrs. D. B. Knight friends and relatives. : E. Crews and )Mrs. 0. W. Sapp. { r ( '.

eturned to her home In Jack- Mr. -J. B.--Perkins- -of-Atlanta- Mr.\ and Mrs. R, M. Gainey was Mr.: Tomllnson left for his homein Florida. 10194t.) yAMMIMIMpAIMMNXIAXXIUII' !,AAMIIIIIXI!1 AIAXIMIIIpIIAIMIIMYIMIa1MIIMIIIMIIIMIp,!!!!!!!!!!., !!!'!!!!!!!!! '!!'!!!!'iMIW!! ::!YIMIpM111111MYXX!!'!! !!!!IIWNtM!!!!!!'! ,""" IIXYXpIpIpX" "" '' '"", IA py 6

IIle. transacting business In Starke last Sanford Saturday after a long __. .
Ga., has returned home after ------- --- -- ----
spending a week with his brother Saturday night visit with his son, Mr O.: F. Tom- ,

and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Biggs was attending to buel- ILpson. I I -,---,,_._--------,------- rl'd
Ltildle Mitchell and Mrs. J. Bynum Perkins of Lawtey. mess here last Saturday. Messrs. Joy Moody and Hassle '
J ards motored to Jackson- I Mrs. Bell Thomas and children nhoden-were visitors In the Brook- FLORIDATHEATRE !
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Thursday and : who have been upending sometimeIn cr) section: Sunday. .
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Bishop I 1 1I ,
Waldo came home Saturday ----.S- ;
-- three children motored to Jacksonville Florida Postcard Week began I A40
urn what the future has In Tuesday to attend the Ring-; night; and were accompanied by ; i
Local chambers of iI
Monday. com
for rent Have your palmby ling Bros., and Barnum Bailey cir her daughter Mrs. Harvey War
merce and other civic bodies MON., TUES., WED. I
a real Gipsy palmist, Club cus. ren. jiG;
'Saturday night. There will be a cemetery work- throughtout Florida are co-operat- .- .. I
-------- Clamorous Romance of Two I
Inn with the state chamber In effort !
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1. Fred A Sapp -and---daughter, Mr. and Mrs.week-end W. A. Swann guests of of I : to make t this year's mailing Lovers Who Defied the World! ,
Tampa were of cards aggregate a greater total
sine are visiting her parents Dr. and Mrs. O. L, Haynes. Mr. and J i DOLORES COSTELLOIn
than has been attained.
'and, Mr E:. E. Stevens in Mrs. Swanu were enroute to At- Say it with Flower yet _. i I

urg lanta where they will visit. Thursday and )Friday of last -- -
Flowers For All
week were gala; days In Orlando "Glorious' !letsWith ,' II
1 ii-nit'e'! Maud Taylor of Judge/ and Mrs. A. Z. Adkln Occasions when the new 1250.000:! air port

onvin |Is visiting at the and children. Misses Hazel and< war opened to the public Dedication a Complete

"f err cousin Mrs. J. II.s Lois. and Junior, were among festivities Included a visit I I I
t, r
those who visited the Barnum and Gertrude GodbeyAnderson and talk by governor-elect Doyle : (JTAPHONESynchrnlzatloll I

-- Bailey, Rlngllug Bros circus In E. Carlton and many kinds: of

-s t Oui Schumack who has Jacksonville Tuesday. stunts by army and navy and civilian I I

II : IIU': II i of Mr. and ;Mrs. J, ---- -- !: flyers. It was estimated that

nor"i-i, ma returned to her Mrs J. M. Brownlee. Mrs. W. L. over 16,000 people witnessed the Also ,

avannah Oa.Rojnl Wall and MM. :May; Dickens mo.. Phone 39 Waldo, Fla. stunts Thursday and Friday I
and -I IHLUXIVIT.trilOYi! ': ,\(' '" Is Power
-- --- -- tored to Gainesville Friday nights. Knowledge ,
If - I .
!Society Kiftbnililcry were dinner guests of Mrs. S. T. \ }:UUII'OSIUII: > +
''IP"! on unfa at Sterlferg's.f > Dell. If Florida fruit and vegetable Broadway's Favorite Comedian I
growera are to continue the cultivation -
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ma Mrs. S. B. Ivey', Miss Mrs. If. C. flitch Mlsse\ Ethel of their lands. a protective TIIK: KKVKI.KKS: : : I because of Columbus'
vr" ana :Mr Otto King from Crlffln. Miss Minnie! Gruber Miss Replacements for all kinds of tariff Is Imperative according to Victor Recording Artist. )' was super-

''ovrr Ontario spent the Week: GilchrUt Misses Myrtice the tariff committee of the Flor-
'''tn Mi; and Mrs: J, II. Lord. and Claudia Myrwln Jackson spent Satur- eye glasses I including spectacle ida State Chamber of Commerce.The '\:'rrvhet+ )Mumionlrii llnnil' ior knowledge that he knew how to

: In Jacksonville. frame temples and screws. committee haw. already made Juvenile Musicians/
day shopping handle the situation when his sailors
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C r1ldwell. edlto'r of the'r __- _- I I Fine Wutrh and Clink Itcimlr.'n: ; r. preliminary survey of the situation IV A I Sf\('KoI! IITIl HIIOI'
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was In St.arke. for a Mr. and IIrs.V.. Laurie Edwards and Chairman Lorenzo "
im< iv'>(|nesjay and paid and little Shirley and William alas!! > Knxrnvlng.: "'Wilson In a statement says that A Sextette of Soloists 1Ilrealellcdrim,

''L 1 '.: office a rlrtt ..' :] Struth, .Jr,, of Jacksonville, We have for Bale in the special) session of congress In .tml Movk-tonc Talking' Jews ,

spent the week-end here with Mrs. jewerly, April the tariff measure wilt be THURSDAY Our years of experience and kIlO wi. a
and vtw.v. watches, cut glass, silverware rewritten.Cod ?
I;. 'Wall have Kdwardu parents Mr. and Mrs. ,

hfre ir *u n, r for Richard tf few days of Jack, Mr. W, II. Strulh. I alarm clocks eye glasses,_etc. liver oil Is. rich In vitaminsA in KM-: : menM: UMKNKH.XTKIl execute your banking business advantageouslu. T
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Emma Hoffman Myrwln and Myrtlce
Mimes\ ,
d:, offered on the market when kr
Jackson entertained the I>. N. C.. "' SERVICE AND tested by departmental chemist 'CRAIG'SVU'E"

gOng' !sewing cjub Monday evening at SATISFACTIONWm showed almost complete lo" of vl- FRIDAYLONCHANEYIn
3e attending the Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
hive the home of tamlne A, and considerable loss of BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
gray fstint, Association )held RItch where, they are located during D.

i-gia, were' )Mr4.: E' 1s.3" ,. the school term. J. ILIFFEjeweler 1
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nwjey Praised by state dlgnltatrle an City Sleeps"
1011 "> of gtarfce- and Hob Mrs.: "E.M.'Johhnns' and<1' daughter an instrument of enlightenment Bradford County's Financial Stronghold

Ie of Jt, -lenny.. Gloria spent Monday and TuesdayIn .- and and cultura.tAad, an ,a llet both 'to SATURDAY"liAUNTED .

Jacksonville visiting Mr. and the state and the stattfV two- lead-
1 ;. Export Watchmaker 1i : [ HOUSE"
1tBr an Put'"IIUI;; Mrs W. Laurie Edwards and. -. ? fog edu.cmtlpn.il\ Institutions. 'then "* ,' a' t 'STARKE FLORIDAI .

I rl g 1'. Tly, of Atlanta, are .whllte I there! went lo.the; circus., : fttark. Fla. ?!;' -,,,. w, $100,009 radio. brpadcaitlncsutlotn :&A EE ., .
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Farmers & Farming Several reporta.have come In to .4If

It has been the plan of this the office of the county agent of I

newspaper to say something in regard caterpillars eating the foliage of I 'YfaY

(By Agricultural Editor) to the Fellowship Forum and strawberries, and this trouble nY A

the campaign of hate It has been seems to be general over the count -I Y.r .
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Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles this country The task however, to work exclusively on the' F

han been most admirably done for under side of the leaf eating away I : )
l of Farm Experiences and Methods 'I F
Scott Mc- I wY
us by the Rev. Walter the under surface but not break-

To lie Best Suited to Our Country 'OJnd Nutt. pastor of the First Presbyterian -, ing through to the top, thereby I .,1

church of Palmetto, Florida. giving the leaf a brownish dead I
:: ;;: -:. further comment we I'i
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MVKMIU.K: : IS TIME 1"\IItS 11.\\''': IV.ITIOV\I: will let Rev. McNutt tell the story. of the leaf eaten away. The .,.

? _ TO imKii; : ) HOWS FORGainesville VAM'K; ITK .STt'IJV.. Til KM:: The letter which we quote below control of this pest may be a little I ,
H.UU.tWIUSH I'KiS was written by him to the Editorof difficult but It Is very advisable to t

F Fair time is just about here In the Fellowship Forum, and was keep a watch oi\ the strawberry f raa

'Ia.-.Il is parts of Florida. Pretty soon farmfamilies also published In the Tampa Tribune field and when they appear, begin!; ..1k4.uaQ
now gpn-;
b'' of the mont will be quitting work for It follows: using arsenate of lead. It Is very I r
agreed that one
erally; mixing hogs t the day. loading up the old flivver "Kdltor Fellowship Forum, necessary to get the poison on the I '1' l'
factors In '
", important have the pigs far and going to town to see the fair. Washington: Have just received under side of the leaf for it to be gII
at a'prolUs' ) to
that they When I was a kid the greatest your letter In which! you make a effective, otherwise It ''Will not be II
rowed at a season BO
to market when attractions about the fair were plea for funds to circulate another reached by the caterpillar since
will ho ready
R prices'! are high. Experience has hound along the midway. The ferris 1QO.OOO copies of your weekly they scarcely eat a hole In the leaf.A .
sheet of narrow, squint-eyed religious little time and In makinga
care
M shown that early .spring and early wheel, the whip, the mechanical > .
fall the times when pigs shouldbe horses the wild man, the snake bigotry, political propaganda thorough; application: now may
are
/ that eater and the vendors of soft and sacrilege The Fellowship save several dollars on the crop.
farrowed. Thin means t'lt:2.3T: FLOOB.
; Forum You have taken a shot at In all it Y'OIl PLA.U'R. PUjAX
Instances confronted -
drinks are
t should be bred about the first eatables, and chances often -
e ;a BOWS the wrong fellow If you think I am the .;t1"-'T .. ACA4i.r
with Insect problems ,
of November for the ,eating, litter. were a good many nickels richer I t"."."..
: + after I hud passed along. Of In sympathy with your dastardly office of the county agent Is at your --.4n, ,If>.
It Is just!! as easy to follow some movement of religious prejudice, I r. .. /
course I usually went through the i service, so make the most of It.
9 system! in breeding the sows as It I hatred and untruthfulness I ;_ -
exhibit buildings, but It was not
'a is to follow a hit-ormethod, often that I saw anything as interesting "The )Fellowship Forum Is a disgrace WIXTKK: fOVKU, ('nol's- LurcHe ) .j. .. o
and Dr A. L. Shealy of the Experiment "
( as the things along the mIdI to an Intelligent citizenshipand VKTfll: AND AfSTHIAX PKAS 1\
o l e Station points out a few a man who Is willing to live ;AUTav .

1 k facts In this connection. I way.Fairs are put on for a purpose, off prejudices of Ignorance and It is not yet too late to get In EOR 0119.3D.uuo
: In Florida It Is relatively easy to hate, and kindle the flame of Intolerance -
s / :, and that purpose is not primarilythe that winter cover crop of Austrian .
S.t. ; produce two litters of pigs a year selling of hot foods, cold In man's spiritual life Is I Winter Peas and'Hairy Vetch. Different J

a al ; when the proper attention is!! given; I drinks riding thrills chances, etc. not worthy the respect of any hon- I I men through the county a ,
to breeding animals he says. With est man. To me are the most / txnM
; Of course It Is great to get away you I are putting in a small acreage this
a little attention which costs nothing trom the humdrum existence of disreputable character In American week and possibilities are that

1( i and a, little extra feed, which the farm Into mill life ,
rw go town and I there will be others that will also ,
can be grown on the farm, a HOW "No! I will not give you one
t..Y.t
around with the crowds along the line up In this work of soil improvement --- v vL
4 ; will bring In two litters a year and : midway. This gives people of the cent to spread your slimy materialto Through the efforts of -
+, double her worth. I defeat AI Smith. AI Smith Is a ,
farm chance to
fi j I a get some amuse- the county agent the followingmen
i't.' k' Students who have watched hog ment and entertainment, and good- good Christian and you are a disreputable -I I are planting one or both of e bcOpCa

..q//' prices for several years are con ness knows they don't get any too political henchman. If the above mentioned winter legumes I il WOO Qro"lS'O'.tII" bED o'as'.a'ar mL

., vinced that the time to market much of either. I had not Intended to vote for Al : Mr. L. C. Powell. Albert ,

* g'' hogs ordinarily Is around March 1 However, the prime object of Smith I would do It now because of Grims A. M. Lewis, Mr. Roberts, ,

lt ; and September 1. fairs, and their excuse for being, this slimy propaganda against his D. W. Moore, E. J, Ward H. L. -. 1

e The age at which pigs reach the Is their educational value. Fairs religious devotion to God. Hough. O. W. Hlnson H B. Wiggins : .

q, proper development for market Is are Intended to show the products "I profoundly resent the state and Judge Gardiner. There ... ,'--." I

usually about six months when I'of' a community, county, section. ment you made In your letter to me are also others who are InterestedIn '"'f :.

I p.f they are well cared for. This or state. of October 12, when you class the the growing of these plants and 1 .. .:,' .. ...

1 I means then that one crop should '| Like nearly every other form of great people of Alabama North Georgia Caro- the County Agent will be glad to .: .

4 i z come along about the time the pre education however that supplied Kentucky Mississippi render assistance to anyone who

ceding crop Is being marketed. I| by the fairs requires some study. lina, Virginia, Florida Arkansasand may be thinking of planting same
bunch of prejudicedmorons.
Texas as a
If the flows are In good condition When we look over the exhibits, but these plants should get under
1 ATTnACTIJOCH..1 SUITABLE a narrow lot sides exposed and is provideda
when the pigs are weaned they we should study them. The products way now as soon as Is possible.
I "The people of the South are on FOIL A XARROW LOT The house proper measures but generous open fireplace In ]
should be ready to breed again exhibited have been grownby
within three the square and we are too Intelligent CULL TIn X-IjAYEK8 XOW twenty-one feet six Inches across end; it Is a cheerful livable fl
days afterward. Hays people In our own community,
Dr. I to let a slimy dastardly prop (By R. C. Hunter & Bro. Archts., the front with the entrance A large living porch opens r
section I
Shealy. or state, and these people
agandist poison our minds againstthe New York. three the living room.
) porch projecting feet six In.
bake I probably do not have a great deal The object of culling Is to get
; t'f f v LAMS HKIMJ: !M.\IH>> better chance than we do on our principles we have fought rid of the "loafers" or those hens With unlimited ground space or on one side making a total over The entrance porch \n at I

rou, HHJ HT.VTI; FAIR own farms. They have naturally bled and died to achieve.Don't that are not good layers thereby with a wide lot the type of plan all width of twenty-five feet allowing side of the house and a small ,i.

put their most perfect specimenson lose any more sleep over Increasing the average egg pro- adopted for the house may assume nine feet for a driveway on pact hall serves directly! the 111

Jacksonville. I exhibit but that enables us to your dream of splitting the Solid duction of the flock and gettingrid one of a variety of forms, but for one side and six feet for a yard on room and the dining room. x|
I -At least 15 counties South. Don't strain your over the restricted frontage of the narrow the other side gives a lot widthof the kitchen is readied throb
I will be study the best types of crops and of those birds that are expen-
1 Ilk t represented with county worked nerves to flood the South the of the feet. This width short -3
lot problem plan forty of lot passage when
;I exhibits at the annual State try to grow ours like them another sive to keep on the yard. The cost hanging s
n with your political filth. We can arrangement becomes more serious would give a proper setting for the for coats and such is provided I
When feed in the
Fair, to be held here November year. judging Is going on In of Is too high to keep
I k do very well without you or your ; the fixed width requires a house with ample free yard
space.
the livestock birds that tend to eat The second floor tj
a 22 to December 1, according to ring, we can often flock those provide t
i estimates made by district extension get valuable tips from the judge I[ kind.My advice to is to take a up the profit made by the pro- plan that Is deep from front to The plan layout which the arch bed rooms, a bath and the requ

agents. Many other counties about the best type animals and I you ducers. Of course the successful back and results in ill-proportion itects have arranged allows the en- closets. A generous attic ai,|
bath ask God to forgive and
you
1 he culls the round ed rooms unless due allowance of trance porch the cellarway the cellar are provided.
will have exhibits of one kind why considers a certain type poultryman year ,
or clean and be an American citizen I
I up study has been given the layout service
another, portraying their agricultural best since many factors are to be taken entrance access to the coal Complete working plant
possibilities. It adds spice to the fair If we Into consideration but now Is an The architects have planned the bin all from the drive a very desirable -
I "W ALT" rt SCOTT McNUTT
specifications of this |
Ideal time for the farmer accompanying house to give generous feature. house nu
have exhibit of dls.I average
an our own on
_ A feature of the fair this year "Pastor 1st Presbyterian Church.
to rid of the "boarders." accommodations for the average obtained for a nominal sum !
get The
k : ; I will be the 4-II club exhibits. Last play. Then we are apt to be more There Is nothing we can add to I living room extends across
t / year the club members had 200 I Interested in what Is going on In I what Rev. McNutt has said. We Valuable Information and assistance family, and at the same time the entire front of the house It Is ', the building editor Refer]

hogs and about 40 calves at the the exhibit halls and not so much I feel assured that the good people can be secured from Codn- a house that is really suitable for of good proportions has three House H. A-59.

w! fair and there will be a considerable I along the midway. We will likely I of Gainesville will weigh the ty Agent Rlckenbaker along this ..N.NN..............'s Mr. C. Y. Mayo is oldtJ
j spending a The ladles of La\ui\ c:
Iry I make closer of the I II line of work and the assistance isalwayr <
'; ,( Increase this year judging a study products words of this well known and highly few here
days with his
I exhibited, and see wherein available to anyone demanding LAWTEYMr family. doughnuts, candy offee anJl
from present Indications. I respected minister of the gospel. : :
Mr. !
and Mrs( Enoch
Grlffla and coa Monday and Tuesday for
'' The State Home Demonstration they excel our own, or ours excel Gainesville Daily Sun same; therefore It may I E. K. Da.....,.. CorA daughter
Pearle accompanied by benefit of the storm iufferen,
) .them. be available to get In touch with |
1f i Department will have an exhibit I, the at convenience and I .N1NN.N..w++*AA.- Miss Myrtle Strickland spent Sun after soliciting the town and f
t ti aga'n this year In the Agricultural The fairs have an educittouulvalue I agent' your Mrs. K. K. Burney was a visitorto day In Daytona. rounding community the iinj
eliminate'to certain extent the
ba building. This exhibit attracted but like schools, some people i (' '' a Starke Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McCleod of $153 was realized and will' be j

much favorable comment last year. can attend them all their lives I 1111'---1 expense of feeding those birds that j Mr. and Mrs.- Jim Hudson were Melrose, were visitors to Lawtey to Red Cross headquarters' for!
ear the profit Of valuable Information -
up .
and never "grad uate"-never'
shopping in Starke
Saturday.
n Monday, f
relief of the storm autreren.
e l SLASH PINE SEED ARE learn a great deal of real value. i Federal specialists estimate that on culling Is bulletin I --
1 10 percent less chickens are being No. 47 of the Agricultural Exten
y pLKNTiFfi: THIS FALL 'OW TKHTIMJ: HKVKAI-M: : raised on American farms this sion Division entitled "Culling for

t V HAV FOREST: SERVICE: ; HAVINGS FOR PAKMK11H: year than in 1927. Egg Production" This bulletin

-- WHO GKOW THiiIt: "''':'':U may be secured directly from the

1 Gainesville, Fla.--A bumper _\0 Fifteen high grade Jersey calves Agricultural Extension Division at
Gainesville, Kla. 'Feeding corn sold by club members Gainesville, or by calling at the
seed crop of splash plate Is being were recenty
; gathered this fall In Florida, silage to his dairy cows Instead of of Madison county to calf club office of the county agentTIIERESSA. Why take a .

Georgia, and South purchased roughage feeds saved members of Nassau county. S--
; Carolina, according $3.28: month for .......................
,y to reports to the Forest per cow per a 0

? Service, United States Departmentof i JDuval county dairyman, accordingto Some one at Clemson College; : :

Agriculture. The good of actual figures obtained by J, O. has well said that the farmer who
crop Minx lliihr Cloternttt:*, Cor. .
cones or burrs combined with easy Traxler, assistant county agent; of ; makes hay while the sun shines ?
F t gathering from storm-thrown trees this county I also makes repairs! while the rain ....................... chance on tires

t makes this the most'abuiulant and Another dairyman In this county falls. 1lIssIamle\ Bender of Kurlton

cheaspest slash-pine Heed crop In saved $2.17 per cow per month by spent the week-ejid here visiting

k years. Farmers and lumbermen desiring growing and feeding, green ,pearl Three fertilizer schools were heldIn friends and relatives.Mr. .

_ t' to reforest lands would. do millet Instead of beet pulp and alfalfa Highlands county during Sep and \Mri. CT. II. Yotingblood(

well, say the foresters, to procure lied A fair price/ was tilI tember by County Agent L. H. Alsincycr. spent Saturday! and Sunday with There are scores of different

tv supply of seed this fall and winter lowed .for the home grown teedai, A good attendance and his brother \Mr A. C. Voungblood

w ,\ for spring sowing.\ The entire I In each case Mr. Traxler declared, 'I much Interest Is reported > and family at Graham.Mr. y brands of tires on the market -

y I state of Jo'lm'ltllwll :In telling about his row-testing
h
the exception \ Wilson hiss! spent the week-
of the 'southern' I end of the state, la work at the county agent meeting Do you get the agricultural, pro end with his parents at Brooker. 1' they all look pretty

1' adapted to the growing of this 'I held here recently.The grams broadcast by station WRUF, "
Rev. layman of Orange Heights *
pine.; man who fed the millet! hud the new superatatlon at the University ; I much alike-everyone
filled his regular at
appointment
about 30 cows on test each month ? If so, n curd would be ap '
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The slash pine possesses remarkable the Baptist church here Saturday I'' t claims he has the best-
I ;
and at the rate of saving his profits preciated. It not by all means let
I qualities of rapid growth ; and Sunday. He preached Home
high; grade wood stud large were Increased $65.10 per them know. The )programs are) nt Interesting that there of "spe-
; very sermons were are all kinds
month' according to Mr. Traxler'ssumrutry. 10:10: a. n>. and 1 p. m. I i'I
of
{ yield criula turpentine. It Is us I enjoyed by quite a .crowdMr. I
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T --.1...u... .n"nn".. .,..gs t e(1 t,.oln soon t na made I I from. These recrods deductions of cow-teHtliiK were i Another packing, hOlls-WUr be', and Mrs. B. I. Powell and I a k. CIa otters' floating aroundit
;
,? cabbage or tobacco and also nn ( Mrs. Powell's parents. Mr. and I
). ( I work which has been going on in located In Vero nt>l\l'h. The Hull
t r, successfully set out provided the Mrs. A. C. Youngblood Sunday eve- is no wonder car
Duvul since the first of the year. Indian RJver Fruit Company of ,
roots are always kept wet. A I ning.
si ,' Cow-tenting work has been car- Went Palm Beach will operate a
pound of seed sown In February Mr. and Mrs.V.. A, Jones had I owners are confused. Here
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tied on In Marion County also thintar racking house this winter, having
or March on a loose, sandy nur8t'rybell. us their guests Sunday afternoon, I
by County Agent Clyde Nor leased a building on the South Dix '
i, 4 feet by) 24 (feet long, should > ; Mrs. M. E. Manlre Mrs. C. R. Ma-( ''pi j is one sure way jto play
ton, and he has been able to con- ie highway and are planning to
give 5,000 good, sturdy seedlings nine and Kent of
son, Hampton
vert many dairymen to the valueof pack over 10,000 boxes of fruit. Good
or enough for planting five! acres. also Mr. and Mrs. Ithames and \ safe. Buy a genuine
the work. Dairymen In Indian The customers of the Hull Indian
The nursery' beds: should tIe> kept children of Starke.
River and Flagler counties have River Fruit Company Include the
us-they
.; weeded and watered during Tire from
very There will be singing! servicesat year
o been keeping records this year tinder leading hotels of Palm Reach the
dry spells. In early spring when '
the Christian church Wednesday
on
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the of the Breakers Royal Polnclana audBradley's
supervision county
': more-frequently
k' the seedlings are a old cost no
year they
evening at 7 o'clock. Everybody
agents, and find that It Is a profit- club. The firm makes a AH ''.''
should be planted about five 'feet Invited. Types J
able venture. specialty of fancy fruit and main- ,,,,' less
? apart In furrows lined out eight Mr. and Mrs. Griff Phillips and '" :
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ta'ns two retail stores In Palm .
feet apart. This makes about 1.- \\ii.i, HrrnvKFKKCT n.sIUl".U: Reach during the winter season. Miss Debbie Phillips of Lawtey at- All Sizes :.:..

000 little trees per acre. : : OF FKKTIMZKIt: : tended church here Sunday. ... Our service is always in

Large quantities of slash pine planted to vetch and Austrian peas Miss Eula and Clara Swindle AH Prices

seed are being collected by several Gainesville Fla.-Through the by the animal industry and agronomy -, Misses Rhoda and Ruth Zeigler yoUr interest -Prompt-

big timberland owners and by tree- cooperation of the Penney Gwlnn departments of the Florida and Willis and Jimmie Swindle attended -. ALL GOODYEARS

seed dealers for their own use In Farms a fellowship has been established Experiment Station. The crops are I the revival at Hampton Expert-Courteous.

reforestation. Taking advantageof I at the Florida Collegeof being grown for soil building purposes Sunday evening.

the extraordinary seed crop the Agriculture for the study of and will be followed by corn. ,

Forestry Division of the Georgia the residual effect of fertilizers Installation of the voltage regulating ...

I 't State College of Agriculture at on truck crops. Levy county farmers are finding apparatus was made at I

Athena Is gathering a quantity of Robert P'. Bikes an agricultural that sweet potatoes are about the Ocala plant substation last week

f 1 seed chiefly In order to aid farmers graduate of the University of best money crop that can be grown by the Florida Power Corporation. f Supreme' Service Station No. 2

In getting supplies at low cost for Georgia has been selected to car- in that-section regardless cf vari These voltage regulators will enable iI

their use. Request for Information ry on the study Mr. Sikes comesto ety. The Branson New say indications the power company to main.

on the sources of seed, and the the University with high recommendations are that there will be up- tats a fixed voltage at the point of STARKE, FLORIDAPAnR

e'' best method of growing and'pUnt- from the Georgia Institution. wards of fine: hundred acres of delivery which i. the city: plant .

Ing slash pine seedling may be ..de "* 'Hwill carry on his. sweet potatoes planted In the vicinity and record taken at the city plant -

? dressed to the various state for- .tudl... under the direction of Dr. of Branson the coming year; show pr..eUcallconalaat. voltage

t t eater or to th. extension foresters p. C. Bryant, protestor of agron Farmer will soon begin to p& since the inttalatloaotttlaesnew' :

I : a a& the state colleges of agriculture. omy., th.lrj.ii4 I In Shape. for ths.crop.t regalMevraccording. : to ol8ciali.,. .
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1 : OOCNTT TKLKflKAI'lI. STARRfi. FlX>ltIOA IMOK NINE

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John B. Sweat. Grover C. Thornton Mrs. C. A. NEW ARREST IV :
Harris, J. O. ]Duffle. Henry R. Selen August prv.l. J. E. Shep.
f Hiram A. Yomln"on.
Qualified Electors Harris T. N. McKenny W. B. Sapp. Elery: J'r..enl.Lucy A. Sullv..n. J. .1. Ray 1>VAI HLAY1NO

,. Hutto L. 8. McKae. Russell 6.Hollln Sweat. IdaHapp. pow.l.. Emily 8. Stllley. L.ttle Thornton EIII.
.worth Mra. "-. McNeil A. F. R. U.Sapp. llnderhill John L.
Lois .'. Strickland M"ra t
.. H.Hundley. Mclt.... Harley M. Carl Pryma. .. 8. Alice Uglow John Jacksonville, Oct. 12.-The alleged -
Precinct Nq. 1-Lawtey J. H. McNeil J. 8. \Sapp.: J. A. Peek. 1. Ih..pherd.. ('glow. Louisa. n. "fourth man" In the slaying
I.
L.Snell. Inlh.
O. Clara
Halle, W. U. McRae. ffiulla: Mae Sapp 1. Mrs. SarahPerkins
Halle. Maude C. Mcltae. J. W. W. E. Powell. Laura r. Snyder 8lmlon"j Y. t'nd.rhli.. of Early Brady Dyal 37. farmer -

S. Orlm.. Cornice 9. Phillip. Debbie Henley, Eddie Mcltae. Barney. E.McKae. Shaw D. I. P.rklns.. 1.lnnl.W. E. Smith. I.Jarvey Varnes. .. A. V. who was shot and killed at bs i
J"nn .
.L A. Oreen Joseph 8. PhUllpe. Mr. E. A.nn Harris, LonnleHolllnnsworth. KthelMcKae. Swinger F. a. F. $tlth. M. C. Warne((, M.Pender Lackawanna residence "
i"" W. C. Peele. J. O. Sumner. Aron p.t.rllon. 0 Monday '
rJC Oreen W. M. A.. K. U Stern W. A. Vlnlne. I.. H.Padgett .
,"..ntl Eta II Orlme. Mamie Pitt. .1. H. Hart. W. H. McNeil. J. C. Sumner A. C. P. E. Stern Theresa Varnes. N. S. nigh Is in the Duval county Jail I
,d. P. (rifle. .1. 1>. Prlnel.. W. H.m Harnaa-e, Mary A. Mcltae, ArdellaNorman. Southerland. J. J. PrevalG John St..rnb..rlr.. N. Versailles. A. A. on a charge of being an
s on1i v: Oaakln.. Mr.. Lena Prevatt loin. n. M. Mersey, K. O. J. H. Happ !Mrs VideHtarllnr. Perkins. Eunice St..rnberg.Oullale. Varnes. Myra r
Urllne. tlmller Raulereon n. James O. T. Joe E. accessory to the crime following
JJui Hutton J. T. Nelson 1. J. Stern F. C. Varnes. Mrs. Dollle Mae ,
non' Grlmr U. A. Reed .1. H.Hlvb Hutton Lula N.vel., Richard Strohfeldt. H. U. pr.vat. Arch 8weesy Frank A. \V l.on. bom.Itenlr.r his arrest In Lake Butler and his
I iodwin, .1. O. Ito.ler James HolUna-sworth, Martha Norman W. H. Saul IreneSwanborn. W. Sweesy. Ida 11. Orin
tOn.'r"' J. S. Ureen Rufu. Reddish Calvin Hundley Emma Newson, John H. W R. fawl.starry U.orela Little WI..on. U. D. subsequent return to Jacksonville 4 ,f r

r...n'J \ Green Rachel Roberts Enoch J. Irish K. I. Newman, M. D. Pwanborn, A .nusScruKBs K.Sanders. Philips. Chase M. "mlh. C. J. Wllllams. .1. U.Qullrl.y. yesterday afternoon by Duval r +
Chas
; D. Gore C. B. Redding Henry Jo'. lllffe. W. J. Norman HiramNevlls. Elisabeth Wallace. John
it t E.
pun, John tl Green Urltt' Reddish Volley. n. Johns Edward B. Mary! L. Annie (rut ley.. Ilnnl.. Hliivan//I.ab.tb Wa.hln.ton. Wesley W. county authorities l'
alas Goodfellow. E. Reddtah DrewUrims M. \Sapp: Martha tlh.
Jam Norman F. AdamRobinson
.o W Jenkins Alvin O. Mills Flora Louise Washington Steve la
Teston.
KobIneon 24. the .
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Mattle man
10 '; C. B. Roaler. James M.MrNdeAlennon Johns Corley Norman 8. J. Shaw. Mr. I Sullivan Ida +
I,(. iodwin Mr. Eva Ho.ler. Berry E. Johns, Everett M. Norman T. N. Starling Snell theorgla.JohansonrF..1.Uj3 l..rr Snyder Eva. V. WI..lnll.Wlilamlon. A. A. held but he denies that he was In
Griffis. Percy Rowe. John n. A. Vollle L. Hobln.ol. ft'
pnl Newsom Roy Sapp. A. the of Ben '
Ithoden
Ir..d company
t. Fve.eU. M. Hazzard Louie Reddish .1. T. Johnson e.stile Norman O. C. Starling Alma Hnoden Levi Sullivan. .. Wyman. Josephine Ed.ard.
"Y' W 11111 Lout H. Roberta O. W.loW' Johns, F.;Re.< Norman. E. E. Thompson, J. S. Robinson. J. C. Mt.v.n.LMarle Brown Walter. E. N. mayor of Halford, and W. J. I '

8 If Harley Alonllo Ropier J. E. Johns, E. Osborn S. R.Overstreet. Thomas, James S. Robinson Vera 1. Saxon. DUe.. l..tha WIll.. 1. E. Whitehead, who were j
Robt. A. Hodges. F. C. Rosl.r K. 8.U Johanson Anna K. Chas. Truby, J..ob M. N. Htan..bur.. W"nn. 1.. JackaODYle.
hard' 11. Harrell .1. 1. Robert.. J.w.1I Tatum 8. R. Overatreet.. Lena Thomas, Edgar M. lteddlshtt'strl.. H. '. yr Peter Wiggins One A. t t Dyal's of tbeahooUnl.
Reddish Myrtle
Johna .at. A
a,ng( HilI. Emma P.. ., H.cldl.h. Russell Jone. Robert. P. Osborn, Myra. E. W. n Thomas.,. Ar'hlball. J.. Itltch. H. E. Smith. Mr.. Willie. Mae WI.on. EuniceRivers. :d.ard. Is In the hospi
Willie Truby.
1 Harley, Abble 9. Reddish M. PrescottLouis C.
i.a.le Jenkins, Perry B. H. O. 8truth. Wm. H. IraRbod.n
,. 1" Harreli,. Luc" G Bedding E. F. Johns Maggie Powell Hobert Tyler J. A. Wlllle Struth. Katherine Wiggins H. B. with a head Injury sustained t
I. [). Hou..ton. 1. H. o Reddish J. Mh. Jones, J. c. Powell Luther'G. Tyson Joh1 Robinson J. I' listens. Wall Harold C. 10 an unknown manner the R
h.. M. Howe. Jackson A. \ Howe. ClydeA Jones J. T. .J&.ok Tyson Struth Katb.rln.V"o ard. 8. n.Hafu"B. J
Henry of
dLAnna Rye night the
slaying and is
Hilliard John Bedding Horace Judd, D. A. Powell. Luther. C. Thoma.j.lerman Cecil Shirley .WIfamson"Ester charged ,
Hilliard C. 1.. Rhod..n. W. C. Jones O. Peek Sinclair L.Prevatt. Tyson Reddish. I. J. Tryson 0.0. A. Wynn Mary with'the'death ot Dyal while
AudrJY, F Harrell. Joe 1.. Jr Reddtah, P. D. Johns i K.Jones. R. Thomas dna B. Tyson Theodor. Wheeler V. h.Hitch. .
H R R" J. H. Whltehead la held material
bd as a
Refuse E. M. J' Tlson. Etta 8.
Nell Z. Ho..I. O. W. Cora B. Price 8. L. A. Turner. Frank 1. Wiley. Mrs. I.ttle
hard. Ii 'I' Hood. u. C. Rosier A. B.It. John.'W, J. Poppell. J. H, Thompkln*. LlleThomas. hitch. Mre. Jennie Turner Lillian V..nl. Henry. I.. witness. .
I Howard .1. A. Iteddlsh Mra. Belle Johns, Carl Popp..11. Nancy William L. Robinson litre, A. Gee Turner Mary Jo]. .ounl. H. if Y
b.rd Hoary 101,.. B. 1. Howard H. A. 1t.4dl..h. Mra. Viola Jones. 'Fred O May Thoman J. Prank Taylor Josephine Jeanette ('. Teston was arrested at his homeIn
Jubn s. Howard, Henry Reddish Mra. Drew Johns, Mamie Prevatt Hettle Thomas, Jas E.Johns Redlrave.Mlnnl.. Phonies. Ja. S. Yarborough Louise Lake Butler by Sheriff W. S.Ilrannen ''
nn' \anty Jones. Eddie Reddish Mrs. Mary R. C. P.ek. Myra D. Taylor Walter E. Henry Torruella. I. _
Stephenson
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n'AUJU t It Jones. James Roberts. Earl Jennings Albert. Parks W. B. Tyer Thomas H. Sullivan. Rlley n. Torruella. Mary upon the request of County
(' Johns. F. B. Starling James M. Jennln f. Mrs. Edith Prescott Julia C. Taylor. Josephine Detective Fred King. When y

nil I I'H H. John.Judd..O.Alta W. Strung Strone. Scott HObl.Nprtbll Johns Knight,Mrs Daniel Julia E. Pattee Powell Fred John J.H. Thomas Thomas, Nathan Frank N. Precinct No.Graham- King and Deputy Sheriff J. A. McCloud b

) .1 .. E. Johns. Hettie Sm1Ah.!! Richard Sim Pattee, Fannie E. Thornton William E. took the prisoner in custody ,
J Johns. A. L. warts A. J.'r.r'IF K..I.y. Prather. W. C. Toole. W. J. Abernathy. F. T. Jones. N. D. 1'.dl..l.. A. In Lake
.. Butler
i. V P. John..on. J. W. Sweat. LeavyKinlaw Kin. .. ,'*mes. F. Prevatte, N. N. Tappan .;. C. Byrd. U. J. Junes. llr.V.. J. Hob.rli. Roy yesterday afer-
a E' I.. I). C. j //slarllng. baao N. Kite James Sr. Phillips, A. N.Phillips. Turner W. E. Byrd U. S. hillle. ltoberla. e. II.Hrown noon he denied being with men .
n Marll'" D.Lowel'Y.. Jam.'U.Starling.. / Josiah Knight Carl A. Lillian Tappen./ Km maTlson Arthur U. Murrhee. Frances Rodgers. H. F. Monday night but stated that he 4
r W It"ht. L'lke. L. F. StarlinII'. Steve T. Klckllter. L. W. Penny O. A. Sallle Crews. J. U Murrhee litre. E. J. Store.,. lien. .
ford: tIIRH $. Lowery. Louise !!Mmlth Albert A. Kersey. (ien.rai L.Kersey Pattee. Prank D.Powers Thomas Mallory. hyal O. ,V. Murrhee. rvhl J. Slrlkhl.d. H. had been In their company that
ford Lanlt' habelle Sapp J. IoIhlpman Oswood D, J. W. Thomas, Mrs Hester L. Murrhee.. ) .
.. Frail I !. M. 1"vl.. J. H. .w..y lurr"I" I.V. afternoon He (declined to discus
Loadholla. T A. l'Iapl>. Henry ILr Knight' Nannie L. Powers, Lula Thomas. Eva May Uyal Merhu hlurrhee. Mr. M. H. HtR.rll'. "
Dalton. Loadholl.. M. Luther Sapp .1. H. Keller.. Delia. M. Pearce. P. J. 'hOI"S. LlllaTlson. Dyal. Ervin MNUwtrk. ice. S. '1'. the case further it was mild. .
Ella W Lewis.. A. .I. tsrifng A. L. Klckllter Marla Pearce, Berlhn ... Laur\ Elisabeth Mct.miiney. .. A. J. J.vll..r.. It. H. (
n6 W. HapI'. Ueorglanr' Thomas, A. Ir'uen. M.l.y..l. Justice of the Peace M. n. Craig
.I..hll .' Livingston H. Knight Clara Mae Parks, Ethel R. r... I. W. !\I'E.r. W. Wasden. II.
'ard. It.b, S. MIII.r. Lee Nwarts. IIIr. Ellen Klckllter/ Jas. P. Jr. Phillips.. Henry. Phonies Mrs. Johnnie Mrs. P. III. McCullen. 11'.1. 1\1. \Ve.lI. '1'. 1V.I issued a warrant charging accessory
1. Moore. Anthony Hlu'llng. A. J. Klckllter, Vlvlrette Robinson, Janice W. Tucker. II. A. ugg Chealey Dldhant. 11. U.Fogg to murder
'ha- at the
r Jrd U Franklin Moors W. H. 8tarllng D. W. Mr*. S. J. >I"h. Nelson. T. TI"ker. ;Mrs Roherta I.lta f. (Igden. Isom 1.. \V..I..o. I. H. request ofUeltl.tve ,
Klmh..l. '
,ba.!. I John O. Miner. Elite Sweat Viola Ioh.r.on.Ya.h Thomas, Frank ) "' J:. Pal..t.. J. J. Ward H. King yesterday.An .
'urd 0., ,I' II' Marr Joe Ktul..h. J. L. Lewis, Harry H. J.O..I J. Toole, Edith 0111.111.kairs. Fl Wasden J. A, Inquest Into the death of
:
Jrd'.III" Moore Fred Schnell A. P.s.m Luke Jim O. loyH. Tlllls. J. S. Itllilarti::: i.I Mlllle Padgett Ji.\r". N. Wasden: : ii Icily,. .
.; .1 I Moore James 11. Hdln..U. Eleanorr I.e. ChnrlesLewis. J. J. Thornton Mrs. Onle Junes. I''ey, C. k't'"al.. U. I. 'V...".... I. It. Dyul probably will be conducted #
; Kid Marr Joe T.: Scheltlln. III. U. K. J. Itublnson. Richard Tlllls. XV. T. Yarborough. 11. J. before Justice of the Peace J. S. I
.n j" Moore Thos.. .1. 8tarllng I.. It.Murrhee Leach L. Tyler, J. A.
ill''?" ; Lena'df., ; $urtaln' Anole Lewis Emory: C. Iob.rl.'llam. I'nd..rhil.' .. A. J. Precinct No. 5.-Hampton Geiger Saturday, I U understood.Jacktonvle ,
Houk Moore.. James T. 8mlth Carrie Lewis. Jeff J. P. t>. L.
l"b'.on.
Atott llrover C. Starling W. J. Lee Matilda M. Emma Weeks XV, T.
Jueephhu.)laKICI".. MorKan. M. III. !oIlrulIJ> Thos. Long Cornelia P. 11'lar.l.. Jonas "'all. XVtlllam L.XValnwrlttht. Alexander. W. 11. 1..1. H. K Nlmino.' Ada Oct. 13.-An Inquest ,
din .I 11 MOI'gall.V.. M. Strung HehwcaII. Margaret. Ray 011.. K. N. D.XVIIIIams Adams, FlankAlexander 1..1.( A. C Perry '. .1..1.Pitts the death of .
: '+,h lilt II. 1'01001'8.! I.ou'e'. Belle D. Strong David 1.01., Worthy A. Hlil'h. Kit J, U. .. "., J. U, N. J. Brady
.110' 1 IL Moore l\lr. Atla 8uber lo''I.t ]...wli. rtohena. A. Hitch Carrie L. XVIIIIams.I JohnsT'llllams. Adams Mary liaitier, AnnlceliuiiHvr 1'.ry.II'I"ly IYRI. 37, who wan shot and killed
hem. :< II. 1\100.le. H. W. strong Bettlo LOIIK, T. T. Hay Carrie A. I KdXVhlte ,I AilKlns, J. K. J. F.Itutchiiisun 11".1. 1\1' "I'y J. II yard of )hiM! ,
L Morgan H. H. strung Enoch LIIIIK. H. 8. How. J. A. olin 'V.1.lmIJIIM' Ad kIna, I'entylira VV. E, 1'.1. t'luis.: M.I'l Lnl'knwannl
"' II ;Mlles. Grady Alice H. l h. Register.. Freeman. \Vllllamx11111V. n nen. J. j. l I'. nan, it. N. it-Hi, MI'.. M'I'I. home Monday night will ho con-
T .' MUSICY 10:. 'I'hort'lon.1I 1 Wm. T. larry H. Kltph. Herbert. C. XVall(( .\Ih..rll.. K.XVIIIIams 1 HmlenDllilKll, l. H.Miocker Hayiies, Maiy J.Hull. 1..1. J. I. darted before Justice of I the Pence t i iJ
: I:, I I' ",. Moore. Mary TlMdell Peter l.a ..,. .. I Delia ;M, Rlinden.' Mathew Thon".j1; NV. II, I. LynnHunt 10. "
M.nu" II. Marl'. Edward PiMdell JO."llh Legeraren.Ir.. 10.l Hooks., K. M. XVIIIIams' 'J'hol1" 1. liugTHTi VV. L. ivirs, 1*. II.Ilousei FnmkerItobel. I.Itruee ,. H. (Seiner Monthly nfleriinori, It a ,
bk.1)1.. hluure Lloyd 'Pnnde. FaulineF 1.III..ey.V.. R. Hooks, Dixie \Vllnwl'IKht.Vlilam M. Josephine. O. ('. I. Rohm, O. W. was annoiincciil yesterday by ('oun. .A
I: Moore. David \V. Tlsdell. Mollie I.wl. M L. Kltch, KvelynItlvers Il Ulrt C. A. Hoiisor, It.... Margarita ItmiKfi, 1\'. H.hl'l. {
,1\1. yl., J:, II Morg..lI. CI'tle 'J'ho'ntoo. H.t. Lewis, 10. lOmma: J.. XVflch, .1. P. AiiiKKlellrann A. KutiedKH J. N.Ituberis : ty flotectlva Fred King. ,
t.- II'1 1I. a'"? I. !\forKall.OI\ls "Icrude' F I 'P.. Leach Otis K.Luke. HI.h. J.h II. Jr. XVhlte.' Oeoi-Ko C. -0, Nun 1.11. Alfred t A. I W.I.N.. ,.vlurtlre f I In I to have been
W. T. 'I. O.1."nM. d0uortJi I.. lyn alp/t'd '
'. I. II hlurgan Viola 'I'hurulml V. Hkk. D.Itandall. .Low'IKhl. MIL'Y .iist*, i\lis. J. H. ttarr..n. I. I. 1
1\\'. I I. Melvin H"nle 'l'holl1a. Mrs. Aliie Comer A, \ AlleeuUanclnll Wil. Hi" own. i hrm. !" nuiUllni Jones, J. V. blade ulv. alll1 by 111 Andrews mayor oftulford .
'. ,rd II r ;Melvin. Emery Thornton J. .F. Lfiru W I'. hl.., N"hl. Hay ,iiNTMi, Mary Johns, 11.UIIIIIIN NIIXUII, I. who ID !In St. Vincent's ':
'''ord. I l'' Moore. nubl. C. Thornton penile IteKlster. Alice. 1llvals ., Kthel: M. J. W I. O. Swlmlli!, I W.ilAtiu 1
1..wl..latn"ll. hu..I".th.
,,,01 '1IT, Melvlll, b ('. Teeton JaN. 11. I\I"rlan. K.Itlvers. Wills, IletuL.XVIIIIams H'oWI., Johnson, MackJonus ,1NU.V.. 'opi>veHiiK from I head Injury HUH- I
,ord, 'n" J. Malhi. J. I"'. Thnntpsou. !Marvin Joe 'I'org.V.. (((( A"nl. l.tilin John i.tK'iaii A. Hmile, Vviiilaniuipeeil allied In nit Tniderlermlncil man- j
,.d( II ,ilia. Morgan..Joe ''l'nylor. lardy ;Morgan Prank SI..t'lInk. \\ull, Juno ;M. Cliiiu, MiveDUIUUII tunes, DeLaiieyJiiniiMon. ( (1'11, "
n linK"" Molt N. C. 1'aVlor Leanard U.fl ;Moore, Leonard II. Redford H.11., Milbel A. 't. A,. t .1. K. b..illli" .: ;T.Hiiiiiviin :. leI that nlRht. Oilier held HX
I J\ll'Curmlt'k. John D. 'I'ornde.. 1Vm N. Moor, Nil I lltun J. Napp, John It. Ikln."n. Lewis' Dyal.: li. D. joints, airs: Minnie; : : JoMephlnohum material, witness pro Sieve
1 1..1. I \leItIKht. H. Terry, Thus. J. Matthls; Nelson David Ij. W.II. .. Lnuvlnlii ..11".1.V.. U. van, lilt., It.Siieiluid 111. }
'. n ,. n 1\\\<'('ul'tn..y. Chns. 'I'hol11l".n. HI"ldnn H.old. Moore; Aubrey H. 110"'al.r Sll'os. XVhlte, Inn A. JI".I..I.Durden
"I', I It Norman W. gr'ln 7nede. Rudolph' H.no. ;Moore, I\IIlInll. II Sllml', \\nkl..r. Kiluln: A. H. K.Dvlk JuhnsfHi.D.. Siixon, it. \ Whitehead, JuckHonvlllu. .
H NOI'mlln. Jas. N. Tearer' Catherine Moore Ih" hara :. .ot. Fred A. "llhn'y Mt... Knihliuiis .'.tunes'Iempy 1 iwi'oiiey C. .
.1 I Norman 1V n1. N. 'I'hade. ClIii.ern 1\11<'h..l. II). A. Ilno.'on.lt."hel, \\lllwrhcht. 1lw".1, J Mrs. Mitrynelk Johns, L. A. 'I'.n"y. jnntm'rnyiiir 1
"' Norman Jerry n. \.al. Stacy ; Kllitenla I'. 1111', \\111"1 ,\. 11. A. iM'en J. C!. Jr. Francis M. Jnc-kHonvlllo./ Oct 17. -Hen An- .: ,
u ,I\ Norman henry N. Wund. Juutes. \V4u MotesV, S.Mlnery ". WiilnwrlKiit, Illl1h.. M. 1'0111..1. C, M. .h..ulet.. 'V 1. .I.uel..r I I
Norman J. N. \\111111111.. M. W. Henry I.'. Htrnna, I n.{ O. XViilnwrlKht' I I. I Dennison Avery C. I"a, I. H. 11'' I.'. M. Brews" mayor of Halforltwul held J
," .t. Norman \V. 10'. lIk I".on. Eaeter Manning W. C. Mwanliorn. A. XVartl. XVillls ..lll furl. li. D. ".IIIIIU.', Jus. 11. Thomas II. ou a rst ( f
a. E ,1' Nurman J. It. \V 1111 11 n,.. Lucy ;Malpas, Sarah A. Ilrh'kluml. I t'. It.Malpas While. Cassle (Kaver. MaislutlLFuver 1.III.t..., hire J. II Williams, A. M.VVIIIIUIIIH dl'II'lm mlrd.r
II' II Norman Mrs. J. n. W IIlhun. henry Mrs. llvulah H. S'.n.b.rl'Y.' Hvnj. A.Vhltehead.. semnelMnlpas roily l: .. ''IK.t.l. John A. II. unlV.. T. WhlreliPiid.' JarksonIlle r1;:\ + J "
F tars Norman 'r".IIt'r Wilkinson. 'I'ow.ey J. M.Murrhee Stern, Harry XVIIIIa'nis, D. D. Fort, j>ossy .". .., ,. .1..1'.01. .a\1 L. was held us an accessory! af- i!.
\\'lIkll.on., Martha.hits. Kenj. J. XVIlllainv, It. J. John O. .
M. P J. Norman Ito) A. F. It..rlnK. VV. I I1. > I'"I'.UX. \"t..OI. Johl
I, Mal' .U. II. Norman W. H. Wilkinaon 1I"Yltnl" Moore, Amy Henry L.Vuod. Annie H. 1.lln."III.U. C. ,v. / """ eutix, Mrs. Emma WII.m. tel the fact by 1 (Moier'. Jury ,
1. )1. Norman C. W. Wainwright 'J ,ruby I.Ethel Moore SI null K. Sasser. Dun Wllkln..on.OuyMurrh. '1. Flit, ( nell, 'I 1 oily \.111<1., Chile heforo Jimtlco of the Peace J. H. t1I I )
: Paul A. Viiintvright 11. W. ...., h pith. Siiellsrrove I ( W.Serklnicer "'III..II.I"'lrud.. CI'III.v.. E.ijunler M.I.lr"1.11" \"Wll''", 1.1111 M, '\
'd.II'm ''I }h.rvxtt Menlo \\'alnwrlght./ Janice. 11.de I Ethel W. \ : I. 1., Joe Mull'l. \llh.I., J. I,. (ellcr yesterday uftriioon after an p .
)(llImlo; LQU Prevatt Jlzzlf1\\ Wells. E. U.d.II. : tv.I William\ II. Jr. Slat runk Clara i "XViMKI, AHTiur, Hunter, simian .. W II. \'YII. l icy J, investigation Into the death of \ : '

I.a E., l'eal'.eU. Harold \Voule". \V. C.q MIIOcl..I..11 Scott. Laura II. 'V II lie ins, \81,1 IL: llavnes, u. Manlre: **. O.Muads I. Wynn' U A.Wynii Karl :37. farmer, who tier
.1 I K l'hlllh David L. \Vells. flue HiggsC 1..t.. Slump', Eva XV.Smith. XVIImot.. A, HiiKan, T. M.IIUIIKXH W. A. Loula M. IrdyYRI.
.". I. Prevatt A. 11. \Vool.. JeecleItnbi Jonl..lh. David A. Iluatrlco n. XVlKKlllH, K. J.XVnrren .1.Joot..lh. J. K.Hall. May, Claude L.inciKi I \VYII. ..lunluVvynn wait Ihot and killed at Ills [,uckuwannu t
II 1'armenter. 1L tHey Wilkerson I E. L.g. Mrs Kathleen. Sapp, Leona S"WI W. II, Mrs. Mantle i N. home Monday October '. "
1 l'.rll1ent..r. lI..nry. H. \\'lIlnw'hlht. nnbl J. I. Happ. Jake 8. xVurreii 1.'Jorenc. loot I' II.HKll. Wll 'I'. WIIIII'"., Ilalph M. II1ht. .
E M Perkins. BYllum \\'lIklo..oll. .M. U.I. MlnllllM.:lllt"h"l Miss Maud Smith, E. II. A/llllnm I, .. 11. 11.Harper Ic IcI1v.r.. J. II. WUI..r..un. A'". ,K. II. 8. 'i i
1. II Padgett Harry e. Whitehead. Rebecca .. A. HI li-ox," Jas. I L \'I'uulh. Jas. ('. C. K. Mcll'uu..r. M..I.. K. \* .1..1. 1. Alary L 1'
a,, .u .. P'evatt V. HOII..II Whltl..y.. U.V.. .McCoy starling, F. Smith, Jas. F. Andrewi wax not at the Inquest. I "
II ,, I'revatt J. C. Wilkinson. Ueo He In now confined In St, "I
)Ir."rlh... l'aarce Arthur C.Valowrlghl.. I\lr. (i. W.lir Precinct No. 3. Starke ( Precinct No. 6. Thercsaa Vincent's howpltul with head Injury '
W. u 4' :
C..lli" P. Prevatt Sylvester. Whitley. J\lr. U. South I!
S. II Pringle ( A. \Valk..r.V.. A.Ero which he us.talned In some .
'''h I'r..v..tt.llulll.. Wilkerson. A. J. Andrews. Joseph W. Jr. Fernandea.. Eva Ij.AndrewH Ile. Lester. Ald.rlal. II. J. ( tall. Madison Hiilllvnn. A. J 1
J"hto II Perkins. lIla Mal 1VIIkerMUn. W. .11. Joseph W. 8r I'.rnllll.a. Isabel 1 I. David II, Alderman, II. O. i .. .y. .,. M. Hulllvun, C.towliHJen unknown manner prior to the ,)
r, (rue ,r Phillips. O. .1. \Vllkerooll. U U.Ja" Albert. HlrhurdAllbrlKht 'ed.r. A. KIIM. N. T. Alder,0an.vt'iII. lagan. Ida h, It. dentil of Dyal. Whlteliead'H bond '
.I Prevatt BuddieVlllh.m.... T. H..Itluhanl Solomon Feeler, Olivia S. W. Buck C. Hrll.UII. JA. M. la. t. ti. Sullivan A. I. was placed at $2,500 by Judge I }
"I' Pearce. JosephineVilllanls.. 'Max. Alvarez, Krrol Flnley, Mrs Jan.Forsyth. Knight JuliaKemlrli Bolt, Joseph. iiiui.t, Hurt Hnilth, J-j, A. II' .j
Jo' Porter U. C. Young, U..o. .F. Andrews, JrlV.. H. k, Thomns N. Bolt 1... Ag.el Hall( John nwiiiueii, M. L liavHKitn. A preliminary hearing \ \
,\Ih.rt. Fred "'Iehl., J. }i. K.n.h..k. Martha Dodd, Sydney. II, Jones, W. A. bpaulUniK, I Fred I''. for the two men will be called ,
North Anders, Atln J. Fields. Maud S. Kil. Dodd, Lillian lliUlUlllM, N. H.iICltll.OI. .
Precinct No. 2.-Starke ( ) J"n..I..mll
Allen, Nellie O. Orlltts, Chas B.Orltns. r KIIht.Ir.; .. II. V. Mrs, J. H. lay. I. 'I'rlesl'I! it.vv within the next few days, It was 1J1: ro
Andrew Amanda Mathew a. Kle. Kenneth. H. H.) .oure. II.V. I""LI."II. J. U. slated. f.Steve n
5 Andrew Z. Hrosky Ruth Dunham A. E.L Anderson, Myrtle It. Oreen.. W. H. Perry tanner J. 8. Jr. Moore, Ploretice Wallace, om
Joseph )(. Cr..we. Aaron S. Ellmitgton John A. Anderson A. Orllfls.' I r.. C. Klckllter. : Inner, Ida M. May, May YoulI/"U"d. i''. A. TeHlon, Luke Duller, who r
n. Hun.to",1" Cunmlllll' Charlie Ellel'sonJames. Andrews,.N i. Oreen, It. A. Knight Hollls.V. Orlner. Cai.a II.Oeliter .vunwM( I' (,. May M.Younsrblood wan urreHtttl i us a suspect In con- ) \1. '
'L John W. Cooper L. Oracle Edwards: \ Lacy R.vx Allen Nellie luol.r. William' Kruse, Oeni-Ke .F. IJ. Neai I... U. 1. L.XelKlnr 1\\
A ;\1. Chase. David C. Jr. Elliot' In. 8. Arl.hamb..ul. ', Sidney F. Kasxyuskl. .. Urll..r. K. A. Pninips, uaines J. J..enjiei. lutrtlon with the ('U81 was not Implicated I I
'1)1 ;\1 Jr (Yews. Joseph O. Edwards: \ T. C. Andrew L0Hugh Oreen. Mary E. Kite, IdiulNe. 1.10500. (J, Ve t'hiilips, .I. J. / '. J. WILI..rU.lbe"glr. In the crime ut the ln> ,
.1. Crosby. Rufus AL 1.clwar4.. E. A. rirownlee IKrocklngtora Orlltls, Zonas Z. Kite, Alice. H. C. luu.u. P. and his i ..
'1. AlunzIo L. Colley John F. .Huwants. ItoyL !t. T. Orlirta. C. A. Klots Margaret quest was given freedom i I ,
IJrltt Crutchheld Charlie Edwards\ Uladys. C. Brown Jasper lillsson. C. Keesee, A, W, No. 7.-New River was said.Dyal ,
nanT J. Conner L. I.. Edwards. Lacy Jr llog-KS. Lewis C. 11..on.. C. C. Lee, It. I. Precnc I
el T Aclams Cone George Edwards: JO."Ih W. Brown Henry II. Jos. M Lee' F: F:. Andrew, O. W. Johns, II. Kivuuy. Renfrne II. F. wan shot and Instantly 1' '
n. Jane Crosby W. T. .Edwards. \V. Mitchi Brown. Lem Unseat. PateOuest I.adue. William Andrews F. A. U. W. Hall.r..ln.. M. U.H killed In the buck yard of his home 1 j.
Lols Edwards Ruby Male Boyd J. O. A. C. Lewis, O. Kirk
Chase, A L Keii.,y, Abraham vn rue, ,
","n. n. W. Cooper. C. N. Hdwards Blanche C. Hrown Esterlirownlee. Oassett Clyde Laxone, Elmer Anurews Andrews:: Kent y, Johnson: Henrroe, J. ', when Kdwards, Whitehead, and
"''a., Dora Conway .1. E. Edwards. Doll Ella Ollsson. Kldry Llnrisey. 1. H. uurs..e. t.aI KKelley, Harriet. Hupp, 11. J. an unidentified man drove to bin
''no slack or Mark Crosby Herschel K. Edwards. Carrie Bundel, Jacob Ursine K. 1). I.ord. Eva B. Aclains* ', '. It. tmpp, J. y'
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'.L J. (' Cady. Guy C. Edwards. H. L. Hums, Edward OrllHs, IAvlnl. Lord J. H.Lanirford Anurews c..cl, Winnie hl.lt.eluey, D. W. It.. U place early that night parked
L Iturus O. Crosby R. It. Edward": l Hay C. Rowers, K. H. Orims, .. AliceFlowers Aiiurews, hire. .M. E. i Kelley. >t. C. f."p. .., H. their cur In his yard. yal'1 wIdow t
"L AU"h.( H. Crawford L. Edwards Alice J. U. Orltlls, Eugene Lntham Chas.. IJ. lirown, c.nas.Uulaiiu Kelley, E. U bternuas jo testified that her husband
'i, Cooper. Ch..lI. R. English R. !H. llackeman, August Orlftls, M. M.UrllllH Lamb, Irene C. W Moody, obey II.Aluthis Mil pp. Ethan "A.J. .
I"T Ianvoa. Frank A. HIIIngton. n. A. Burns., Mrs. Hassle 11. H.Oooilice Lewis Mrs Llllle 8. T. Itobt Slewart 'IaWLC. ittracted to the outside of his *
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Crawtord Zary F'utch Charlie A. Brown C. B. I\fr. At. K. ;Manning John C. tirnwn.liiair, Jon Aierrltt It. F. napp. U. W.htwi home when volley of shots j "
nan Miybelle F. Eunice( C. Franklill. SRm I H.ahy HalHdon. Addle Cood.e. K. J. Henry Jr.Italsden Ida I
Canova MI..hel. U. M J. i ICKS, J i'
hies Crewe. Mary A. 'Ium. 1'. 10' ROMUllurney Mrs, IJ>\HOoodKe Mathh.w.uK..lle B. lr.n., 1.Mary Alooily Moody, Nat O. Mnuwden truck the side of the building and
Luy (Canova Florence F. "Forsyth John C. N. Mrs. DeliaOoodice Morgan, W. Crews. Hiultortl... I. Aiuttnews, Mary Turner. 10111. when he walked Into the yard "she 1 i
'L Hattl. Conway Barbara E. "Flume "erdla lal.d..n. P. F. A. L.Ooodxe Morgan, John A. Crews, H. C. p. M. 'I nomus, WI, M. ,
von hlnJ,: Clark Elizabeth Futch \.rtl.. S. H C.Kuford W. J. Mitchell Henry 8r. Cole, 'I'onlser I .mrrltt, M. :iiiumas.: Mrs.: Alary IIW him fall dead.
Wlllle .1 Chase Ho..a .1. Flynn lI..orgo H. Irma (UI"Mt. Huna I\llehell. Jas. M. Crews, FlorenceCowart. Aierrltt. F. F.McKlnney. Turner Mary 10. C
L I Jul. Lydia Flynn. Florence Brown Addle L. Orims, A. F.Orlllls I\lnlon. Aaron *. r/.nl. ', .
Colley U, i urnei, .hybl.Cov.nglon.
The Overseas highway
1 r.. Annie A. towers, 1. 11. n. A. a W. D. .1. ferry i }
t'rew. Maud n. "Praise W. f;. Parnell, H. 'I 1 om 'I' Oeo T.llnpnrisH eat
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nrcuk" Kiley' Corpening. J. E. Frazea. J. L. Bowers, Jra.farle Jlankerson,8imnn Monden. WIII..mBrown. (Crosby I 1'arneli. M. H.Parneil Monroe County and the ferry slip
4 d Curpening. Hula n. Pincher. W. T. \ llaynes. CHhma L. l..th.w., Iea I ((lover. It.* J. Wm. D.Harrisn Williams, Marll. Nonume key were destroyed by
'G''' S. W. Hrownlnif. Vollle A. F. C.
I'il' T. Hulllnl..worth. V. F.
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Crews Mrs. I 10. J. V ,
Jalm HohertI' Brown, Mrs. Ruby U. Mitchell. H. oiover. I"II .glln. 1\1 fire yesterday morning. The ter- sy
It (Canova Paul E. Jr. Fisher' H"olntway. I.Icll. Julius, c. A. Jr. PnnKle, J. (. WII. :.. C.
'' W I tV' Christy. C. N. Uardiner Ueorge A. Chandler King Laura Malphurs, D. Johns, M. L.Johns H"'ro., John H.Hem WriKiit, Jack ry first caught lire, burning to the
lee.. I hr. (Clark ('. H. Urlllin Thomas J. Chanler. Edmund Mamrluk Harah F. Mitchell CarrieMurrhee ].. Ai. 10. AIIS. W. N.
roe
Hum 1. h"II. water edge and the blaze from
; \. Cooper. Leo Ureen Arch H. Hemingway Annie M. ; Airs. Annie O.
Ihb": II' I Clark Luctra N. (loft. lilt-hard Clark. James .Iolllnl.orih. Ida J. ;Mlildleton. W. K.Mlddleton her caught the dock on lire. The t
I'I'J." Clark 1l. 10' Green HeoJ. I. Coleman, Kllia: M. .. Nolla I) No. 8.-Hrookeriatlln.
;11. ""A. Clasnn. William A. Uuyon Lewis Colly, William A. Iloltienilorf. C H.Hayes. \I.r"ole. U..orA. Precnc Ire department was rushed from
"'t t''' 111 Lester. A. Green N. I b.tl Coleman William W. Ruby A. ., JtisephlneMlddleton KeyVest but since It had to make'
Crosby Eddie Cnleman, Elijah N. Holtzenporf.. Jessie hedge Andrew, B. II. ( II. I. ,. gee. N.V..
\ I I' Cooper Bobt.E. )'. R. Ureen Ureen Everett. E. ('h.k. T. (J. Hemingway Mrs. H. D. Marr, Ollle Aiiilrvws, F'. A. Sr "Fowler W. U. IIH4UH, Mrs FrunkleJonns. It i Journey of more than forty miles, '

r'. "(. Conway Green l.nrenao. Carpenter. David P. Harris, Tom M..tthewl.. Florence .tlrwa. Tune "Fowler I. H. It I. the ship and dock were
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destroyed
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i"f.I Ureen W Mlle. ('huse. La I la K. Heard Jack Moore., Nathan J. .Hkll"on. C. I., Fowler. F. H. Johnson ( J. .
;, J. 'n :, ('r.urtn..yj H. Uhent Sam D. H.wk., Allen, C. M. ;\10'V.. H. Brown, it. Oreen, L. Kelley. I'. H. GParrish
,,. ( J. J. Oardlo". Debbie. 'has,er' H. A'J .Mlddleton.; E. Harry C W 'aln..y. !.. It. neiley. Mrs C. 8. $
.,: II. Ruth Alice 10. 1I.eo. Fannie: Carlton Fred. Holtzendorf, Kthellloltsondorf. ;Murphy, l.ral u..ll"r. J. u. falney. Mrs, Nanle Lewis. R. P. J. R.
'I I. t T. Breen Ilo.af.; Clark; Mrs. Louise'rosby II. C. Murphy,' C.' H. Baxter, N. 10. U..I..y.. Mrs iviiuioOreen Lewis, J.V., Presrott. Mrs, HuttleParrlsh.
'1 L. 2\1.ton.I."J. A. Clrldln' Lila ( Mrs. I. M. Ilarnsbvrirer. (I. K. Mansell.. Hannah 3f. Brown Ned Hoist It. Lewis, 1:. J. Mrs Ulllcalluss
::1. J. IIrl"n., IIlamle E. Card.JennieColley Hayes, Annie M. ;Mansell, IlluilysMsrcks Hrown Mrs. M. L fr..n. Dove Lopex, Lynthl. VanreRalney
1 ''J w" .. .fi.t. :\A.i .. Uree Sloe Carr C. 'Hoover, Cyrus .. ; I''. H.Malphnrs Brown W. M. (al'n.' Marlon LI Uh lie 1'. KlUnlluss : ,
r 1 '. .;. (irau. Phillip .1. C'rewsVestl. yhesrhler Hoover Dolls C, W, J.Mlnton. t.ruuler. J. E.Hrooker J. II.Oulney. I..wll I'.rvl. J. L. '
I? '{ .o.b1 O. iireen. Nelson. S. (' Ueo. W. Hahertnuer. A.HolllnKKworlh. Kate .1. U. I. M. Lewis Mrs. K. f.Hrown .( .A, II.
;; (Craws H.l. 0.(0. Emma C. J. D. Mrs. F. C., Manning Mrs. Delia Mary Jlreen. A Leslie. Jr. Lewis. AmandaMutheny Hlm\"rr.n..v.. C. N.
I'': 1(. S. ilriaiii. .Ieohn O.i Lh""hl.r., Mrs. Fronle C. Uol..ndnrf. Wllm..rIarr.. ClarenceMcFaslon Drown 11. <.. Olllluru, W. i.l. M. P. Nhrlver. J. L. '}
I Conner.Carleton. \V. C. Oreen hiallleI "lemons.. Lewis'rews larrle. N..lt. Cease'rMcKlnney taster, J. p.Haxter V i 1', Crosby 'loJd'H. Dr.) Iritns.. UeorgianaCaraway Mrs. ItessleChlshler. John A. J. W. (I.. hay hire Mary Jnt. N. M. 1t.\art. A Tf.Mhaw .
I W 'arrall U. ( Ureen. Oren E.I Mrs. Hettleitson loman. Vonda E :McFaihlon Abe Haxter Mrs. r. R.Inown. Ier"w. Mrs r Louise Ureen .'earlle. ," <> .le C. In man. C)I. >f. M \a.I1'k.! J.Mcllae Mrs, Hell l .r.n. It. 10. Lee aln..n.y. OllleMnrkey I W.
I Christy. Audrey Ounter. ,, J. N. Uarhy. Arthur M. lve. N. P. Jr.Johns Joseph C.MvKenney. Hruwn WllmotColson. Oreen. Mrs. L. A. Thus. Stokes, k O. ,
r I. (Clark Llzale C.UCrosby (Oreen Kuthey avis, Tom U. ., Archibald H. volleyMcMillan U. li. laln.y. Mrs. M. J. Mott. J. It. ) M. J.
1 Calonel W. A. Oreen. ItubyOreen Davis, Ellen. Jones Hewitt C. P. H.McFaslon Crosby. P. A. Mrs. Flora Mol J. M. Shaw Hurrenry. II. T. ,t'
u Crosby. John XV.Orlffls. Uov.r. Mary J.ees Johns Marlon L. James) Crews; Walllodemons. Haxen U. W. Mu.I J. M Stokes, .P. ('. 'i
?, I) Carleton 1. H. C.a .. M. A. > Elizabeth M. Jackson AndrewJohns McKenney, K.: U. J. K Haxen. O. W. Melvin, ('. C. Shrlver B. H.
,I. i". Coleman. Ned (Orllll'. W. I. I>arby, Ida I. Fernando I i. McMH'an' KllaabethMcMlllon I Crews U. J. Hocg.l. W. 1C. Markey II. J. J.Myers. Nhrlrer.
I *I' Carter Chas. A (Olll. :Mildred.Oreen. 1 emorest. It. f. Jones, Dave H.. C. I demons.. E. II. la..n. J' M. 'r... Ii. Hap. 111.1.
onn..r.V.. K.Conner. I* d. I.owlln. K. J, Johns, Ab Me Ha. Lil; ,, Cone, LlllleColson H.rrl. H. Monde, W.'W, Mr.Edward.l M. tb
-XI. ,. 1. I*, lirlrlls. AneilaIrlffln J. .Jones. Frank AIK..n'n.. 'haa M. : N.; Alva JalU' S. Music, Mrs Jlncle, 118".rt.. I
il, lIIe. Williei Hells ( .KthelOreen : Uonn..ly. I.. A, Johns Jacob J. M.Klnn.y: Crosby.. Crimea Hlgue. H. C. N.ll..1 Etta Thomas. B. .
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Annie
i Crawford. M.I W. K.llrltris PowllnM. H. N. Jon.. J. p. McKenney. lelvi' Crosby Wm. A. la..n. Eunice Otis .F. Thomas., It. B. r
Davis Bllery. Andrew J. r'avl. LIfle Tatum Johns Newton J. Newsom O. U. Conerly, J. A, Amerlcus C. o.t..n' I' T Tyler A. 11.
I Orlglr'.rll.Davis Inca 0111. Mrs. FayI lyal.. I. Jones K. A. Nabb, 'V M. Crosby. A. L. J..n. Minnie O.I..n'1'T' Thomas, o. jr.Thonias. .
L.. Ja.V.. Orlbble. Edward E. O.mor.t. Verna. J. Johns, p. K.: Nichols., ta'"e Crosby. E. KCrosby Ha.I. Mamie H. ... .. A 9
\ \ Drummond. K. I* Graves ":. II.Orlrtls. Demorest W. O. Johns, AI.n lt. New.n, : C. M.demons ., Mary K. Plnholster. r. T. H. Ttidrl. J. UTlllls Itro
t Doyle, J. D. Jr.M.; E. L.Hoover. > II. Johns, Newson, II. H. M. A. ta.n. Mrs.. M. E. ..dl.t I P. N. T.
S. DeSue William Joseph C. I.urllnl. Mrs. Xellle Johns IInto' P. Norton ('hall'C. Crosby. H. B. 1. O. .. ,'Ir. W. Jrro..l.y. Thomas hire Alice
i'. Dell Isaac Hoffman. Arthur P. Ourlnl. C. A. Johns, Ella F. Nabb. W. U. A. H. Harrell M. O. Plnholster W. L, Thomas Alva
v. Davis. Lewis .A. Harris., JRck..on.K.. .arl Jon.. Ada D. Newton J. H. demon. I. t:. Howard, H. H. lnhol..l.r' W. Thomas, Harley J.
DowllnaSamuel S. Halslop Fred. C. 'Wai. lierrtanavls Johnson H. J. II. C.n..rly. Jewell though, H. L. Polk I. D. XVsril. 1C. J. v
'. I" t Dell Ben ". William R. > C. J. Johns L. I. N.wa"n'Jho', demons, Alvin Maxen. Mrs. C. A, Par".u J'C. XVarren-XV.
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-.> \\ _. l>..Sue. Kelly Hull Halslop.Newell; : II. Evans. Oeo. W Johns, Mrs. E. F. Norton, Je..I.tJdwardJ. Cl"mons, Mrs. Itlvademons }lollsn. R. M. .{. Rosa W T. W, ,Ink i ?'
-M, '* DeMue, Samuel Harris. William C. Ualnu S. Johns Mrs. fdur. Frank Mrs. Hell Dough M. l'lnhol.t.r'Annie .at.r. M. vH
'. Ann Dixon J. S. Hornnliy James .Onsey.: Chas. R. Jones, H. H.LyJ Oliver MartinOliver Dyal. It. It.Dyal Haxen, It. K. Parrlsh.. J. H.Parrlsh .. H.U A.W..k..II"r1.l.. ,
I>|KKS. Stephen : W. J. Johnson D. N. Jr. M' Weeks .
Harris Ham Sr. Epperson. W.L Myrtle Truman Hayes, U. O. ">
l(t Mae Davis Laura A. Humphrey Hufu S. "Epperson.. Lorena E. Johns R I. Parks Jerry Dial, Mrs. 7'. U. Harrell. Luther tarrillh' H. ,''"
a. H, Davis. Lee. Perryman Hodge. W. M. In..ey.: Alva N. Jfhn.on. L. Payne Farrlck Elmer W. Edward Hayes. P. O. UParrlsh White, \V. -H. H
"s. s \ I>111'11'11. Lou C. Hoover. Etta ... JosephineCpperson Jones Alice Powell Charlie J. .Edwards: A. A. Harrell J. C. 1. L. White, LottieXVIIrox. 'I
W bard Dowllna- Dell :M.M : W. J. Jr. Johns Bert W. r 1
w Hull. Maria T"revatt J. VT. Edwards: O. T. hough, Cart .'arrl..b'Av..y T. .
". Dell. Susie Jlarnage ICF. f Edwards: J. M. Johns. I.ula- Peek. 'L Kubanka, ('. T. Haxen. 'V. V.Harrell. Parker Mr 'le Mae Dlzon. Matilda Jlarlll.e..J.\ ;T''r 1 Por.ytb-WGIJam 3. Kln r,' K.J.Kite. .". sullan H 1. L. V, L. Jark..r'. ..inni. Wat.r., M. i t
B. Damon Men.liaB. .\ Joe Robert : lubanka i 1 1
'Darby. Annie'B. : Hutchlnson A. > .Ifley. I'errynta'n. E. K 1 Harrell. Lucille "In"ul't.r. Miss Luh..dl. Ward O. A. l .t







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Published.t\VccKJy on Fridays and, Entered as Second Class years ago; said : "Mr.\ Hoover, who violated the 'most .fundamental Look (ft:' "confidential")!'. letter ;

'Matter at the. Post Office at Starke, Florida principles of the constiljiitio/i of this country: will not In Florida fb. old-line and republican SEE JUST workers WHAT

E. S. r ttliew8. _1: : _______ _:-___---Owner and PublisherJ. have much ,regard for a statute in Europe.". 'Mr.\ Borah is TUB; ItEPUBLICANS THINK OF Ge r 1

r- _____ Managing Editor now asking the voters.tQ put this constitution violator at the YOU.:. 1S<
C. Robinson.-__ _.__._ -: ---un- Democrats %bulling the chestnutsout .,

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SJBSCRIPxION) RATE Republican, party. ":!_ ...-:' \, simply.n t'.to rock the boat while .: PIIONE'1J''. )
they trh'i>6K'the J Democrats loose!"
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1' 1 '. (National and /iState Offices) ". ?:.. cast in the election of November 6, the Republican party will am'hit'your: head if you are one are papirjyjy J;.{.., \

; } For- Presidential CLYDE- W., Electors' ATKINSON- ..' be required" under state'lavit;; r hold a primary in June 1930, of their duties. For fat Fryer],'. 2;to.S'pounelg-! ; ;7, lb 33

', r ._ SARAH LANDRUM CAWTJION .. for. the' nomination of its'c'inxlfrlates for the offices to be voted 'Headquarters Leghorn(, Frygfs>{ 1 7-2. to 2.1-2. :pounds

',.'. S. W DEEE '. .' 'I. upon in the general electXolfafNovember,1930.-: Republican' State! Committee Fat'Ilells, Poltyd. &
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,,' J. WALKER KEIIOE I Thi& Republican primary,'(:under the st te'law: must be .} -n-----r v," 22
FloridaDear Hens
ri I tt, .' I.' ROBERT 0. PARKER .. : > Orlando Leghorn Pound --_:TP, ..
r the '
i "' held on same datea9thB, Democratic primary" Further- IS
: STEPHEN"M. SPARKMAN, SR. Friend!:-"- No. 1-White Eggs clean f.
1 more, it must'be held.at,the; same polling places and conductedby : :: I ;_|_,
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States' Some of people have
our
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+ ;:!(. For: United Senator No.'lMixed'.Eggs '
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clean .J'
.; .<'>' .' ,, PARK TRAMMELL the same election officers._ Democratic and Republican Ii little Impatient because they ,, -_'_ ;;
y' 'tl 1 I, For Congress Second District- voters in this double primary will go to the same places to heard) nothing from their State I Threads of'Gold Flour, .21 pounds >
j
*y) R. A. GREEN vote, line up before the same election inspectors and mark were Committee remiss and and Inferred neglectful. that of our we Threads of}Cfold,. 6 pound,sacks (

For Governor- their respective ballots. There will be a Republican ballot duties. I Sunset, self-rising 12 30
pounds
: DOYLE CARLTON
;
E. ',' for Republican voters and a Democratic ballot for Democratic This la to advise you that our BEST 19
t: State- .
+ MAID
S + For Secretary of .. I s lf-.rt.tng/Zllb8.: /
; II. CLAY CRAWFORD /' : voters-but the voters of both parties will be in the same line. plU'ticc waslili purp. ..H< and apart Orient Sl 01'
of our campaign plans to elect s lf-rl.sl."g"JI pounds
; For Comptroller- ..' This means that white men and women will be in close I both Hoover and Hie entire Stale Orient, Self-rising, 12 pounds $1.3,

; t .: EKNEST!: AMOS contact at all polling places with negro men and women, who 'Ihkrt. Orient( plain 24 ''pounds ;0
"
+t M s For Commissioner of Agriculture' will go to the polls to participate in the primary of their party, Your Hoard or Strategy! could Orient plain 12 --- $1.3.
pounds
+ t .
1 j NATHAN MAYO not. innko plane l public without d<"- --- ;0
t'' the Republican party. The very situation which our Demo- Pillsbury plain 21
; ror Railroad CommissionersMRS. pounds
+ IrjiliiiR I 1".1'ln t nn<\\liat u<> say now SI.2.
'" ; R. I.. EATON; cratic primary and our white municipal primaries were designed Is confidential to KrpublUnnmid Pillsbury, 12 pounds __ _

1 Z A. S. WELLS to avoid-the contact of white and blacks at the polls- ..hnlllJIllot| |! !K, rrtr'nlwl to any Diamond S, 96 pound 'sacks- -. <6.j; (

For Attorney General will in Florida. The fact that Mum itit or \nti-Sinllli 1k'moovmut. 8,1.9''
reappear women are now qualified Diamond S 24
The Anti-Smith Democrats have pound sacks
FRED Ii, DAVISFor to vote and that they exercise that right accentuates the I 81,0,
+i I been making a most efficient campaign Diamond S, 12 pound sacks _

a ;i ailt Treasurer 'v. unpleasantness of the prospect. for Hoover and oar pnrt wan I Morning Glory, 21 pound sacks
'. EV.V.KNOTT Imply not to rock 1 the boat, \\hlle SUr
r YI" i ; R. HUDSON DURR Those misguided Democrats who vote'the Republican i' they .shook the Democrats loose I Morning: Glory, 12 pound sacks 60

I l \ ticket on November G will add their votes to the Republican j from the Demo-Tammany ticket. | TOPS ALL, 24 pound sacks SI.21 i

,, ft : ,For Superintendent Public Instruction- total and thus aid in giving the Republican party that 30 percent The time has now come for u81'j,,' TOPS ALL, 12 pound sacks gjd;

p,; I' W. S. CAWTIION vote which will necessitate a joint primary in 1930, and i'Exe-cutive at /Howey I : DAISY' QUEEN, best plain 21 Ibs. S1.L

4)) For Justices of the Supreme Court the mingling of whites and blacks at the polling places in that i|Hills last week we had a full dlsMisalcn DAISY QUEEN, best plain 24 Ibs. 69,

I AHMISTEAD'nnOWN primary. Democrats, therefore, who vote for the Republican (tion was and unanimously the following adopted resolu-: 'j'l Staieu's Golden Table Syrup 1-2 cal 3J,

+ t LOUIE W. STRUM candidates November 6 will be voting to bring back the distasteful "Resolved that this committee Pure Florida Cane syrup, extra good 1-2 I

1'' I For State Senator- and obnoxious conditions which obtained in this state express its unqualified* confidence I': Gallon cans _ ______.___ /; "
,
I E. M. JOHNS before the Democratic primary was instituted:'and to restore In G.of n.procedure Skipper, approve and his his conduct methods -) 20 pounds good Blue Rose Rice $l.ti<

For Representative: the contact of whites and negoes from WTii"ch'we' have been of the campaign thus far, and i I Good Smooth stock Porto Rico Su'eet

L GEO.''W..HAZEN free for years. pledge to him our hearty cooperation -, I, I PnlnllPR Pn""rI ,

I'' Isn't this a matter worthy of serious consideration by in all his plans." I N:i Irish Cobblers ; -- 1 ",
I pound '
State Headquarters were opened 2 /-.
The Democratic party is the party of the South. white and this i men of state? Good
women Fresh
on Monday of lust week with the Cabbage, Pound 3 Mi
-- Will they vote to establish the "mixed" primary, whereno Secretary In charge and now we ROSEWOOD BUTTER r
i I The Bible is being discarded in favor of the Fellowship color line be drawn are Inaugurating an Intensive campaign pound 50 +
Forum. can for the election of the entire 1: BREAKFAST BACON, lb. pkgs scaled 13.

k Will they vote to have white women elbowed and jostledby ticket. I I Cream Cheese, Pound ----'.--__ 3j i,"
o negro men and women at our polling places ? Wo shall show the Democratsthat Craft Cheese, 1-2 pound'pkgs. American
4'' + The'tvvo first votes cast in this election were in Jacksonville That's of the if they cannot vote for Smith i it i itliojciniot
one things a Republican vote November Swiss
( on :) Pimento
_
"I t Inth'/lII: lute for mummyeandidate ,, pkg. _____ 251 t
.s ii19 Iwo, ; J, and both were for Al Smith. 6 means in this state.-Tampa Tribune. "' who lll'OI.tH the Smith We have made arrangements to keep a OOI."
C ?
.0 -- >nnl'(*< !fUll,
? o oip : of t
I" fresh
supply home
ground meal made fro
& This bear oily in the future We shall present our Republican ;
paper may an dirty appearance THE TELEGRAPH STAYS POT Bradford :
ticket not as an antagonistic party County white- corn. This meal) i,
in order to live to its official designation
up as a Republican
i 1' movement but as a ticket that ,ground by one of the oldest millers in this par
tl sheet. A few of the Telegraph's erstwhile friends have fallen stands for a business administration of the state.
., not ,by politicians but by III
-o---
cut with it
during the present campaign t to the extent business men; that to elect Howey I 10 pounds for __ nn___ _____ 3J;
{ .: ;; Funny how a statement will sometime act on the human cf boycotting it, because that vould be too un-American to be and the rest of our state ticket

i mind. Since the editor was called a Republican he. has been seriously thought of, but to the extent of saying unpleasant moan-J: progress and prosperity for Ladies Union Suits ___ -_.;______ ft" E

'' r afflicted with an itching palm. things about the paper. To these impetuous friends we have Florida; that It means salvation I I' Haines Winter Union Suits for men $13Haincs -
for our farmers to elect
Warbur-
i Winter
Union Suits 89
for boys
0 only to say that the Telegraph was established as a Democratic ton to the Senate anal our congress m.

1st 1 ''I 1 Bradford county's Democratic ticket starts, with AI and paper, has always supported the organized party and men to procure tariff protection. I Speacial. Bargains in Sweaters-Look our ove

!' ends with Al-both good men. probably always will. It has not changed one whit in its pol All sorts of false rumors are before LaVa
afloat about our national com nil tteeman's buying
,
E -0-- icy. Those who find fault' with us at this time are the ones attitude and about enormous -

''u ; l +' Doyle Carlton reiterates his loyalty to the Democratic who have changed front. No doubt they have reasons for the sums of money collected.Don't Uncle Sam 'Work Shirts, each W 're4'a

' change that be worried by them. Neitherhe Hawk Brand work shirts _____ &
party, "state and national. seem sufficient to themselves, and we do not nor your committee has received Mike-
question their motives. As democratic Good Tripple stitched work shirts f O ,
-o-- a newspaper, always funds enough to pay the expenses

' t} t Wewahitchka Breeze reports a bear killed 17 miles below supporting the organized party, we claim the right to bring of even a moderate cam Boys work shirts _____-_______ ;)0) rt S)

'y town. lIe was in a bear of a hole. such argument to bear as we can to prevent defections from paign.is for Your national committeeman Boys Hawk Brand work shirts 8lJ.
'I a real' Republican party
< 1I o the party, and we shall exercise this right, especially directing built from the precinct up and is Boys Dress Shirts with collars *J J rata

L i'1 Gainesville Evening Nwes says Leslie George Is still i in our efforts preventing defections brought about by mis' against everything that savors of Outing, good weight, 27 in. wide { la'h
'l"" the old bossism, or federal patronage 36 in. Yellow Yd' 1
the hog and hominy section around Greenville. representation.In domination and of sandbag Homespun _____

4 o following this course we may during the past few weeks methods, and your executive com 36 in. extra good Yellow Homespun, yd. 121--> to4'n

Wonder If the Literary Digest will publish an affidavit have said, and we may yet say, some things that might have mittee is cooperating heartily and Heavy Blue Denims, yard ___- f,( m4'

stating that every vote sent in for Smith was counted? just as well been left unsaid but this happens with pretty paign.unanimously with him in this cam- Check Homespun for quilt lining, yd.

n ;. | O-- much cveryLody'in pretty much every campaign, and it We bespeak your hearty coop- Solid color Calico-for quilt stripping, yd. 10 lit

Fishermen don't have. to lie about catches in Lake county' should be remembered that the Telegraph has not been alone eration In carrying out our plans I Riverside.Homsspun, checks, stripes, and toa

:-Eustis Lake Region. Must be force of habit then. in saying biting things during this one. ,! for the-campalpn with you; .In We every want way to possible cooperate -- plaids, yard .--- -- 11,: ,

1 + o It is our purpose to remain just as sweet-tempered, and ,, In our distressingly cramped Blue Chambry Shirting, yard l). aen

-'r : The Tampa Tribune's editorial tolerant of the views of others financial condition. Hickory Stripe Shirting yard
on "Will You Vote for as possible under all the cir We }] ideLa

b Mixed Primaries" is carried in these columns. It is worthy of cumstances. How well we shall succeed at this will depend wo can can furnish send first you class literature speakers.and I Dress Ginghams, 27 inches, yd. :'])

r <; { t, S study. very much on the attitude of those who differ from us. Of We shall put our seal on no others. I'' 32 in. Dress Ginghams, yd. __ 121 I'y i c Urde P

1 ,0 this we are certain that we are not going to voluntarily "fallout" Tell us what you want and we will' |" 32 in. Dress Ginfihams', yard .
'
do oUb for
Ijl The Literary Digest straw,rote, of approximately 2,560- with any of our friends over an election,, in either a business (>st Fred you.E. Britten, Play Cloth vtrd ----- ------ 1{l', :p

t 1:' ; 000 shows Hoover in the lead. The straw fails in showing or social way. While we expect to do everything we can Secretary State Committee.1 English Prints, colors guaranteed ijd. -
to help lick the off of This is not a paid political advertisement Plaza 'Pongees 2"Fruit "'
'iaIt 1 k which way the remaining 22,500,000 votes will blow. spots our ancient political enemy, the republicans .. It is yard -- -- :
a Democratic I ;
r o and their new found allie3, in their collective capacity editorial In a Democratic: newspaper of the Loom Dress Goods yd. f? I

we have only the kindliest for NANA CLOTH dress Goods
feeling individuals and yard :
Some Anti-Smiths aro aiklng! how Smith can represent I 3''
are not waging a personal RA YON yd.
'' campaign. SUTINGfanc patterns,
-u f the I\ITIST ;
Democrat when hw i
)party campaign manager was a Ret 11
"Staying put" is a the Telegraph "has. Sunday school at 10 J. FKickliter Curtain Scrim
P1 way Some thirty- a. m. yzrd i
publican. Funny for -
question a Democrat who has turned
,
t five years: ago when the Populist party was formed a goodmany' : suptWorship Ct'S' yard <\ \ 22" I
Republican to ask of a Republican who has turned to the at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.1 -- i
of its friends left the Democratic party and fell out with m. White Indian Head yard )i
1 ,; Democratic party' because, of'' his own party's rotten admin I -i; :
c istration. '' the paper because it did not follow them. Later when Mr. Mid-week\ service Wednesday atI I I ?
t, Bryan was nominated by the Chicago convention there 7:30: p. m. EN DICOTT-JOIINSoN.SIJOES
b ct I was n. Y. P. Unions each Sunday E1at
another revolt and a large number of erstwhile Democrats evening at 6:30: o'clock. IRONCLAD HOSE \ :
Why has Hoover failed to discuss the following sectionof formed ','
what was known as the "gold bug" party. We had ,.
the Republican platform "The IMllCSIl\TI-itI\-\; :
; Negro.-We CLOTHESALL
renew our HAWK BRAND Re
friends WORK
some good to
go off with the gold bugs and 10
many of a. m. Sunday school J. M.:
recommendation that the congress/ enact at the earliest possible
them thought the Telegraph ought to bolt with them. Truby, supt. S.vUFflJACON I :
We KINDS and
-, date a federal anti-lynching law so that the full influence were not so sure that Mr. Bryan 11 a.. m.. Morning worship ser OF TOBACCOS ftll
was right the
i of the federal government my wielded to exterminate this. on monetary mon by the pastor. S. ETC. '
question. In fact inclined LARD HAMS PICNIC llV
hideous crime." we were strongly to think he was 0:45: p. m., Christian Endeavor. ,
wrong but we did not think this constituted sufficient 7:30: p. m., Evening worship ha' 7
ground
0 We thank for the nice busines: %vou ..,
1 for us to desert the party in whose cardinal song and sermon. you ,1,
Baptist minister of Hardee county he "would' vote principles we be Prayer meeting Wednesday 1kIr.
says eve
for Hoover even though he sold dozen Domes lieved. On the other hand the logical thing to do it seemed ning at 8 o'clock. A cordial .Invitation given us, and we want you to rememnfr : .
a Teapot even to us, was to stay in the party and to to all our services ell']I r,
help steer it back STAND
''t r though he stole all the money in the treasury" before he would a right into ed to all. BEHIND the. merchandise.
t course, especially as it was well known that extend-I I
r i vote for AI Smith because he was a Catholic. One way of admitting could not upset the monetary of Mr. Bryan The local market. Is you are not SATISFIED with you Purch3. ec

I 1 t yi ,' he would rather have a thief for president than a man congressional action. system the country without with fall vegetables from supplied the from us give us an opportunity to satisfy;: ) J'0' f mil

4q with religion in hjs} make-up. The truck farms around Qulncy at the uqtrd.
--0-- circumstances are very similar in the present cam present time. Beans squash, pepper I 'PHONE 151 .
?r paign, the difference being that Governor Smith, the sweet potatoes turnips, cab-
We suggest that the "stop" and "no parking" signs to present
nominee is not in accord with all bage and otherigarden, truck are a4'
( be discarded with the installation of the signal lights be scat the members of the party on found all the markets and grocery 1 b

tered along the highways leading out of town.-Bradford prohibition laws but what of it? The prohibition laws stores of the town. The qual. Andrews Store 'blald
"' are about as fixed as the law of the Medes and Persians. The ity of the vegetables, It is stated
,ly County Telegraph. But who believes in signs?Gainesville only question in connection with la superior and the average yield ,
this matter is the .question better than for ,
This several
Evening News. suggestion was caused by passing a seasons!
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