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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 2, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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'WILL ADDRESSBRADFORD OF STATE VOTE I RELIGION AND POLITICS PLEA FOR DEMOCRATS f.: ,)tai;'t .h, 'II


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danger not only In monopoly but HMITII:
WwU.Tampa. the present presidential campaign SI'V'I'1.11 Time 11'hen lion451y
't, I o)' the 1928 campaign KLKCTION; ; RKIRNH Is the widespread!!! attempt In inject also of t the use of national resources ------- t'
:adro rmnty will be done at PL.tshFO" : religion: Into politics and the to secure( party patronage Ntr 1".11) Nettled The first two votes cast In <

n*mti' 01'11'** Rally announcedIIh Oct. :28: ,-Checking up great response of our Protestant and party funds. In contrast to In GovernmentGainesville Bradford, county were cast n

ji, ,r the All-Democratic The Telegraph| will flash I on reports from all parts of the ministry to this un-American pro thin, neither the National Democratic for Alfred 10.; Smith and Joe

aunty to be held at new of the election' nit I state Democratic leaders estimat cedure. I am a Protestant' by I party us an organization 'nor ; Oct. 31. -- "The 1'. Robinson. Democratic--

''I,Ht' Monday evening, Tu.tlII| .night uxiiiK the "'. last night that Smith will Ret tallli, training and conviction and Alfred E.! Smith its candid. linn South will never submit to the ilhii' tee for pi'evident': and

\,' x p m. Every voter I*. news "MT\lcv, and. will Include Il"'l I per cent of the total Florida! my religion teaches me t that t the over been accused by their most )Dyer or any other anil-lynch law. vice president. Theso two

e II't urged to be pres- reports from every In the general election next founders of our country were following radical opponents of graft and The South will never submit to Democrats, who cast their

o DC final message from nla to. Flint itlitM a roril f"I't. !; the precepts of Jesus when stand four-square against further negro dtitnlnntloii und control ballots Tuesday on account s

,xr. duce holders of Brad- around 7 o'tloik amiontlnue will The total vote Is (Inured to be they wrote into the constitutionthe donations of our national leKourrcs do not encourage!' the rise of the of business culling them out I'

I men who have spent <' until after inliliilil. around 205.000, or 10,000 more provision to keep religious beliefs There Is nothing hero to black hand by giving }o'l oriel Il'lI of town until after next

t non of their lives In I II ( I'nloHM the |>rri/
et I .tizens( of this race is do'*.', Niilllclent it'. The registration la approximately for public office This doctrine Christ In laying down spiritual party Let UK 'support the Demonitlc how their ballots were nuirk-

,? Democratic party coun-I tilinglll btO In l by midnight. ; 370000. Of this number 70,000 for which men like Washington things I and devoting his time to do- (' I ticket" '' from president totonslnhle" eil! I M

,t ,?\ no hidden: I to indicate how the 'h'C.t! (Ion Were put on the books subsequent< Madison. Frunktln and Jefferson I 1 11011 ud nil, the Christian gentleman' d Congressman/; i a
remain loyal to the to tho 'Alfred I..OX Green (of StarUe! last night In 4
primary although probably
't i I' will no. "Stjite and county re* were responsible, can be t1lH'Rtlon-1 13 Smith. ,_ ij
;vmirt, which you have lived |i tin'us mill also be fjl h'II. not more than 55,000 of tho 70- ed by no fulr-mindeil citizen Put t. again the ministers. raise. un address before a capacity audience -

ifu' OKI security since tit .\ Kctii'i-ul in\'lint ion is", CA- 000 are qualified. Why are the julnlsters forsaking I the cry of t "Tammany" In attempted I > at tint Alachua county mart + 9 9a +
ment of carpet baggers I Assuming; that Smith should get house, DEMOCRATSHOLD 1
I lemliil to all lo attend the religious work for the sake Justification. Tammany Hall In
a omit of the South, 60 cent of the estimated total "This party offers a recent rc>c'-
per
mm ,Let consider their
I lof politics us the
M'rcening 01 the i924: ('Ie'l" past was beyond doubt a political -
31,1:: ,Miunty has a Second of 26:>,000. he would poll In Florida eon tenllons.I old of ngrliMilliire proetrntoa Indimtry
lion results. Seats! Mill IK I organization that had much "
,, i he same species ofmen i 159,000 votes to Hoover's depressed American shipping :1
I Ali i COUNTY
ministers
Many contend that
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'I lirohlid nil tin'u int lot I to its listred: und some things to :
who have no com- 106,000 majority of 63.000.Ucpuhll8nll destroyed<< workmen without
or a
ala nilloluliiK the iittlcc, wires I they are oposed Alfred K Smith Its credit( ; such as the defense of
the affairs! of this and Hoover Demo- employment, everywhere disgust,
tu
un 41 I the tu'rt'j'ii will I be ('I'I.t'h.dI for president solely on account of the stricken South after the Civil ; .
|,It i, of" the voters-who are and cars will be allowed to l'rats-the latter designated by h's: PI'ohlbllion.Iews.\ The facts War; Its contribution to the de- suspicion And corruption unpunished -
their utmost to overLtht I Democratic leaders bolters- and, unafraid.," he assort MEETINGS }
as
v:nf park lu every available cannot support this Lay aside" the fense of Jefferson Davis when he
Democratic party in this Insist that the vote will be divided ed.
undisputed fact that under Republican -
(, wall! iiroHeculed as a traitor because -
J The activities of these men spur ; the other way So you take yourpick CoimruHsmau Green said In part: I'' T repeakers
'1( I enforcement of the prohibition
Elelr meetings over the county \ according to the "Never In my mind has there appeared -
I way you for 1
law the last seven apd one-
will fiirnlsli music for the Ciovenment, and Its opposition r
their methods In trying to happen to feel about 1t.Smith half the whole (In the hlfttory of our country of the A11-Democratic w
<>\cnln :You are lnlld. years country as a in times past to the Force
lithe't Democrats from their ol- / or Cnilton to 1.I1d1Whether has been deluged with rotten, man- B.ll: and Its present opposition. to much corruption' and rascality Club of Bradford county have held I tl I

|'once to the party will be given. Carlton will run ahead killing liquors, that appointments the Antl-Lynchlng Dili. Punt, BH huts blighted our nation for (he mod Ings In llrookcr Lnwle Y. 4"j""j 1,1.
Lerj white voter, Democrat or past six! or eight\ Shocking: ,
: of Smith, or Smith ahead of Carl- to the prohibition enforcement offices many Hull at present Is the clean years. Hampton, llelllnonii Springs, and
hubliran, of Bradford countyan ton, Is a subject of more or less have been made on the pork est political organization In any of thieveries! and startling depravityof
invitation to attend. Hard SurfacingOf ofllclols !high mid low In the another meeting: U Kcheiltiled for
discussion' those who liketo !
among barrel basis of political patronage our larger cities, and Alfred 10, ;
Here :Monday public servile Washington from tonight at New River, Col. tM.: !
M-aklnn! | do a little figuring. This, too, and that lax enforcement has or- Smith ran Connelly and his
phe Republicans of the county Short RouteIs depends upon one's own voting In- ganized; crime and led to widespread -' graft and llylun and hit organization cabinet\ members' with their trea- Johns, Judge: Geo.; A, (lardlner.Col. !, l ,

Ilium 1 Hon Frank E.: Jennings cllnation. On the street one hears corruption of publ'c! officials out of Tammany Mall. Incidentally sonnble crimps to the cheap) sellersof J. Li. Frazeo, A, J. (mime J, 'ywy.r ,,yrIi.

address the voters at 11 o'clock Up to State It both ways, many taking the ; we shall not consider this the negro \Morton, whose ollli\ 'lul positions.' Moore and others have made up !
be-
I ida) morning, circuit court Smith end while others contend C'itrw IVltnNltaill't
against Republicans, but shall con- nature; Is HO widely distributed In 4
al- tho speaker list for these engagements j ,
} adjourned at that hour to "Kven In Pennsylvania they un- .
that Carlton will lead. That quest sider their platform The tho South, was a hymn appointee.
Jlr ti-nnlngs, an onportuu: "'m'kl''I.tl'tJ bj Cotiiiiionwe'nllliAnnounce tlon, though, will be settled at the Republican platform uses PI.esent'l If Tammany was corrupt. at I present dPitook to purchase a seat In the and they have hud m'cimreuuen.Iutlve -

J ie heard *!. ( polls ending the argumt' t. to Imply that their party is tile direct proof of corruption United States senate for the sum ( audiences III each precinct i 0 ,, 41t
BAI s! dock Monday afternoon C!' Trammell), for senator, and able to modification of the prohibition would be broadcast to every voter of three million dollars and In Visited.! :. '*

:so Bartow B. Johnson and Col.C IS 1HRKCT MM! Drane for congress In the first dis- laws. On I the other hand In concrete facts by the Republican Illinois a similar coat for a mil From. the reception accorded ,

,, Kutledge of Jasper, will aclli trict, probably will get: a bigger the Democratic platform promises 'National Committee, and It lion dollars Hospital funds have these speakers at t their meetings, a')

the gathering. Judge John- Ihoroulifiire Traverses 1'utiuuii for total than Smith or Carlton. They strict enforcement of the present would not bo left to Irresponsible) boon squandered If not Indeed no doubt In felt that Bradford !

}, writes that he Is going: to give| 21 :Miles have-ni,'swioun opposition. Drane prohibition law" and their candidate political! turncoats to raise the stolen. county will give the Democratic
audience "some Southern figures to have wider of I endorses this You have not forgotten; Fall, handsome 0
: a margin Alfred U. Smith mere cry of "Tammany!" and the nominees a majority 1, I'
lie'ooerac1 and tell them how It isstile Grading ot State Highway; No. victory than Ruth Bryan Owen promises to enforce the law and unsupported charge of corruption.Hut DuuKhert, Forbes and a long lint next Tuesday. At these meeting t ,

The public cordially 28, Palatka-Lake City Short Route, probably will get in the fourth dis- end: official corruption and, further on the other hand. has any- of similar crooks whoso dishonest (he speakers dealt solely with the 8
j to all meetings of Monday. deals and shady transactions have fir
trict. his influence In fa- presidential nominees of the (
Is completed, in thIs county it was promises one even attempted to Justify the
In.CANOVA DIKSATJIOMK -: announced today by the board ot Friend of Howey, opposing vor-of changing the Volstead Act notorious administration of Chicago awakened the consciousness of our Democrat and Republican parties, i'i y

: 1-V LAKE CITY bond trustees. Carlton for governor, are doing to allow sale of a higher percentof under Republican Thompson, nation and have shocked the very what tithe t Republican administrations i '

Hard surfacing of the road is some hard work. His campaign alcoholic-content beverages; or the scandalous administration soul I of our democracy. the past eight yours 1 have j 4, '

limlnent Seaboard Official Was expected to begin shortly althoughthe managers Insist he will win. They not, In fact Intoxicating; and an of Philadelphia under Republican "Neither have you forgotten that accomplished and the promises of

\\oll Known In Htate. board was not advised as to Insist the size of his vote will'surprise amendment to the present Eighteenth : Senator-elect (but n-Heated ) during the eight years of Wilson the two parties for the next four + 1r +
the opposition which has Amendment to allow each administration with all the millions l
just when the operations would Vare? These are existing evil years
|Lake City, Oct. 25.-.W R. Ca- begin It was stated. With the rated his chance as rather slim. state to determine for Itself the and not ancient history expended by a Democratic The activities of a certain groupof

ra,, a prominent citizen of this completion of the grading the jurisdiction They are relying. apparently, on a prohibition question. Between the The "nigger: In the woodpile" is congress Democratic bureaus, citizens In spreading Republican

fcce, died at his home this after- of the bond trustees has silent vote, and they hope to step two parties, the Republican stands that Smith Is a Catholic. Few Democratic officials, not a single propaganda: in meetings held over 1
people ti
along In stride, with Hoover. If for modification of the prohibitionlaw penny was stolen, bribed, graftedor the few
Ira at 4 30 o'clock ended and the matter Is now In the have sufficient courage. Intolerance county during the past
|Mr Canova was a native of hands of the state highway depart. Hoover wins most of the Howey (leaving 'the sky Jhe limit) and Ignorance mixed In misplaced weeks were taken up by the speaker -

Jker county, and for more than ment, it was pointed out. supporters believe and declare that and the Democratic party stands equal proportions to openly "We need honesty In our got and their Interests In the out- A
Howey will win with him. A heavy modi- oppose ernment. If there ever was a time "
for enforcement and limited of this election shown to the
rly.four years had been connect- Approval of the ,grade work In Smith upon this ground, and the come I ,
I vote for Hoover, Democrats argue, fication. Surely there Is nothing when honesty should prevail It la
with the Seaboard railroad. has been held sometime people.
this county up ministers especially hate to do It 1.
will Increase the chances of How- here to Justify the preacher'In now In our nation' depressed' per
(Inning as station agent at San- damage was statedto In'vle'w
as storm of the fact that
cy. everyone iod. This honesty may be brought I :MANY IIKJIIWAYHTU
forsaking his religion for politics. t
MIOO, he had been promoted necessitated regradIng In
have
N time I"ltt' to Help Smith Which party has been most obedIent remembers splried controversies about by the return of toe Democratic PIE CO.VHTIll'CTEDTttllahasHee. 4'
to time. and was gen- certain portions.The between religious organizationsupon
Pl I nut the Democratic leaders are to the principles of the rule. ..
agent at the time of his death, --
this countyfor question of church unity.
road traverses any
rocking along and In the of M
Party
working People
jb headquarters at Tallahassee. Christian religion? Considering Oct/! 21! -Tlltls will :; 1
distance of 21 miles enteringnear The preachers fear that any'opposlllon 1
a firm conviction that as the size of "The Democratic Id the
I'D' that Sinclair's contribution to previous party be
April, 1896 he wall united In continuing opened at the state road department -
Heights and religious grounds
Keystone the vote piles up it will simply add Republican National Com upon party of the people, for the pftoplo!
frrlage to Miss Fokes of Mont- tomorrow for the construct
through Palatka to the Flag- to the Smith It would be correctly Interpreted as and! the
majority. promisesto mlttee Campaign Fund followedby by people.( It Is the party
1Ia. Ga., and to union tion of dozen
this one n highway projects'
line. It Is regarded as arising from a spirit of prejudice
ler county be big vote. There of for all
equal
I. W a seems no Republican concessions of Government opportunity special '
F In north
In FlorIda ,
Canova born.
was of the most Important hIgh- and competition But the truth y
one doubt about that. Thousands of oil recources to Sinclair privilege to none. It is the
JllUon to his widow and son, he Two contracts for work on tho ,
considerably will the
the state out. When political
ways In ,women will tear to the polls on interests, and considering the condemnation party In which and under which
survived
by three brothers ando East old Spanish Trail between Tallahassee ,
the distance to the preachers cannot justify their
shortening election morning the kids actions rich and
as start the ( tho alike
'' heaped upon Republican poor may ?
Ustors .
{ They are: A. B. Ca. what Is believed and Quincy are to lio lot,
Coast and providing otherwise they say to you, y
to school. Housework can take the Supreme share the blessings! of liberty and a
a, national officials by
| Jacksonville: Mrs. W. H one covering 902: miles from
;
will to be one of the as one did recently to me, "You
prove of itself later. the
sae. South Jacksonville O. N. within care Court of tha: country for participate freely III govern here to the Oohlockonoe river, to '';' t
arteries cannot Catholic
heaviest traveled It In from this support a can ment and
heavy female with oil direction of our greatnation'
nova, their acts in connection
Waldor; Mrs. J. B. Mann, Include alternate surface typos of
the state. you? I Informed him that I could
turnout that Ilooveritcs depending
dertnn! are L leases It seems clear that there Is destiny. 6
and Thomas R. Canova, asphalt on Florida lime rock haHn
] Every effort will be exerted from to win Florida nut there I and would "It is the of and
UnkcTibam violation at least of the spirit party economy
[ Cal. ''a I I and on plain cement concrete surface r'
III'' "au 'iva enjoyed the frlend- this section to have the highwayf'omplete'd I will be another turnout of women, L I j i, If not of the very words, "Thou To my mind the most pitiful ofllHency, In( the udntlnlMtration! of and the other 11.97 ashes'v.

P d<1 teem of the entire cttP as rapidly as possible, It just as eager to vote for Smith I i shall not steal." This Is not th'ng In the present campaign lathe public afTiilrn. It Is pledged to 1'0- from the river to ulncy only for
stared Party leaders are frank to admit officials minister who HO far departs ortiunlze the department of
I "if Lake City, where for was only the, act of !'ndivldual our I concrete.
'e Ii' wenty-two years he had -.-, ---.----- that If there were no woman suffrage but the spoils have been traced to from the teachings of Jesus' an to government and thus! eliminate* 'I Three of the other J projects' nro t L
Hoover's chances In Florida lay aside I the Divine work of the and I
df'l' tame the Republican party. Furthermore duplication, waste overlap- In Jefferson county and seven lit t +

1 'ervlces were held Frl- would be slimmer than a reed. the Republican party at the Having: of souls) and the preaching I I >lng. It will substitute business. Walton county, [In Jefferson!!! county -
Democrat and Hl'publcans: alike stand for private of universal brotherhood( and love Ike: methods In our governmental
time F"
-'ijj-k' at the residence IUt'TloS:; ; ItAM.OT present i I tho work will b i on road num-
II 1 11' was burled In Oak- will begin: tomorrow what they are ownership or private operation of of man to attack a Christian gentleman .i affairs i for the existing/ anteriuuted hors 42 and. !98 and In Walton

n 'ry pleased to rail an Intensive drive our national water power re- n worshiper of Christ and. arid obsolete condition" county, on roads numbers 10, US,
The election ballot to be for the elusive vote. Both Rides sauces Includ.ng: Muscle Shoals, ; the Lord according to his conscience I Congressman Green attacked the 33 and 40 with four contracts to
iIFTIIS: :\\J: used In Tuesday's general that they must account of h's!' religion
1tFi; 'ROS4 agree pick up the on : high taxes being levied! by the Republican be let on the latter route.
'I1Old C'.1LL election Is published on page silent ones. Hut for weeks thousands size up the vote. They may be I can only hop that religion of administration Buying -...- --.---

2 of this Issue. For those of people have not come out hitting close around the total, but these ministers Is better" than their I,. "Three times since the World War M\V: HCIIOOI( nr.ssiN:

." 'w 'tt.li: offices where the Democratic in the operf. They know It Is their when It comes to the dlvl :'on, put politics, If they ran ever untangle the Democrats In Congress have

I','> annual Red Cross I nominees are opposed by Republican own business how they vote. They ting so many in the column of the the two favored a reduction of these tax Three Bchool busses were un-

['tit' T 'hat pens on November 11th nominees *a cross have seen no much bitterness, to var ous candidates, they find themselves I For myself, I prefer tho leadership I burdens. of the people In face of loaded this week for tine in transporting -

*!',; date until the 25th mark (X) has leer placed much that borders on the boycott, much In the air. It Is, to of Woodrow Wilson who, as stubborn oposltlon from the Republican / pupils to tho Bradford r a
mbar I I"atfd
'' an upoprtunty: III I' [In front of names of Democratic that they have kept quiet. Analyzing all appearances, the most strangely ar back as ten years ago In a pub- I administration and each High School, providing! for 'handling '

air <' join the ranks of the nominees. To vote ths: rendition, which seems to mixed situation In the political annals lic address, pointed with pride to time these reduction. have largely : u larger number of the stu- a
>I'
!1 R'd anlzatlon in the World the Democratic ticket it la prevail In many quarters, Demo- of Florida. ,. Sm'th; as the coming leader of all been made for the relief of those detitx. The upholstered seats' and

sae Its Cross Is seeking to in- only necessary to vote for crats nays the bulk of the silent Mcanwh, there i is no stepping that Is best In the Democratic party ( least able to,endure the exaction the tight bodies of the new vehlc-

,1 membership to 6,000th' ,- those candidates with an vote will be for Smith. Yet Republicans around the fact that the fight in of u Republican fiscal policy." lea I assure warm, comfortable '.

r.a a 'thus vear, the membership (X) preceding their name ( say with equal force thatIt Florida has been bitter. Bitter The above remark are prompted I. The speaker contended that the rides during the cold and rainy

-'km'' derived to go to the aid and for the balance of the I will be for Hoover and Howey, ness ha crept Into place least expected by the participation of many of tale's only hope for tariff on truths weather of the winter season. 1 ,

''t'"!foe of people of every nation ticket straight through. Only Claim Conflicting: to find It, A real wedge r our ministers In organizing: political and vegetables was through the .-------- ---- '

lea must great need. one office that of state treas- I Many Democrats, bolting the has been driven Into many organ club, publishing and circulating Democratic party, charging that from a Democratic* administration j'y

vx day not forget that every urer, has two Democrats presidential nominee: say they will: izations, splitting them Into two poI'Hoal: phamplets under tho they had been rebuffed by the Republican than from a Republican rule. '
1d. of disaster. to thou- making the race, R. Hudson take the state ticket wholly. There I their of
into factions. Wounds have been left. guise, sometimes, of church papers during period lie attacked the high freight
a's] Vf,,. "e these sections and Burr and W. V. Knott. The : are today, as there have been for In some places there are ugly and the propagation of poli rule. rates charged on Florida produce, p A At
disaster
strikes your voter will select one of these weeks. conflicting claims to He also that
as out -
t wounds, deep and painful, which tical propaganda from the pulpit pointed agricultural promising a large effective marketIng ,dlr
,,:')nd and goes in your name to two Democrats In markinghis Carlton. Practically all the Democratic may not quickly heal with the actual and among their members. Sucha interests In Florida and system controlled of honest
counselor to those ballot. chieftains have reiteratedthat the South would also benefit
'h' m casting of votes. source can only promote Internal more officials of our government.
misfortune has laid
heavy, hand Carlton's statement means he Many thousands of times each dissentient religion hatred and ________u____ __ Congressman Green was Introduced
will support the ticket national day the wish I Is expressed that the eventually give to our churches
II and thought Into politics and attempting by R. M. Bosh, editor of 'l a
ackao: :' 'Plane being drawn for and state, in its entirety But every thng! was over. But there Is another a political status and a political to influence the political the Ocala Star. Mr. Dosh was

ulldcaCon' of Atlantic Boule- Atlantic Coast Line seek to day-every hour-bolting week. the bitterest week of policy as well defined as that of views of his people with religious given a brief Introduction by Elmer
d.
purchase property to Deep Lake Democrats declare that Cariton' the campaign, It I I. a fight to the Anti-Saloon league (which hall arguments, and shun political misrepresentation W McCreary of the Gainesville -

tat. Palm Beach-Road from Railroad Company which operates statement mean be is for Hoover, change votes. But how many branched out far from Its original and falsehoods, If Evening News. The address

M:sty t Mile Bend to Belle Glade 14 miles in Florida. as they are for Hoover. vote will be changed, and how Is purpose.) It matters not whether be is a true subscriber to American was broadcast over station WRUS)

a rl1'Qnstructed All of these 'odd element hare a question utterly beyond tbe comprehension a minister be for Smith or for doctrInes and It hla: first wish I is and shortly before the speaking

,'tOrConetructlon Of new road Inverness-Valeria Theater reopened entered so- sharply into the fight ) of those who think they Hoover, he should avoid attemptIng for the welfare of his church and began a university band played +

f" Actor to Barb rvill under after being extensively re that It isn't possible for any old !, know something about Florida to preach politics from the pulpit his people, several popular number including' 1 '

aderal.un, paired. time to sit down and attempt to politic putting hIs whole time, effort, H. V. KNIGHT "Sidewalks of New York."











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the .,
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a X CLYDE W. ATKINSONX X U. HUDSON BURR A. A. DURDEN affected .r thing' >
----- --- --- - may b,
A. J. GRIFFIS ""'j.
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t (:CKDAH KEY DKFK.1TH: : TOIl \\ILimoOI l) HKItK: : TOfU )-' SARAH LANDRUM CAWTHON orX the lice shall stat, ubetat';whir' <

NADOKH a 1-0 IN POOH tun: Ciltll* I1.1TTLK: W. V. KNOTTF. contempt,' ; .\
published at "I1'1"'
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For Bond :
X S. W. DEESEX Trustee, District No. fi to the
(Dy Mac McMillan.) The second home game of the A. STROUPFor For County Commissioner Dint. :J Vote for One. Islature introduce t, ,' ,? \to she

A very confident bunch of boys Bradford Tornado brings to Starke Vote for One. of such, 'Jld.,, unit ?

journeyed to Cedar Key last Friday another truck load of heavy oppo- J. WALTER KEHOE R. A. WEEKS Proof manner to be ;.;:,,,,\..,,, ,by in

on the state farm bus which sition. It Is expected that the local DREW REDDISH lished of pubBrat'0, : J1.k e

r Superintendent Butch very kindly : boys will, be far outclassed. X ROBERT C. PARKERX by affldav_ .llf.t public
:
h let us use. Every one on the bus : attached to the pr ,
i However,, Coach Ray has driven StAte Superintendent of Public same is lasted bill 1
was as sure we would win the his men hard through the past STEPHEN M. SPARKMAN Sr. InstructionVote I branch Inlrudll"l'o" 10 ;

game as chief Alvarez l is of his week:, and It Is hoped that the team for One. For Bounty Commissioner I>l t. 2 Proposed Constitutional Amend-, ed of the L. 1(1.lature., pr,

atop sign In fact there never will show some reaults,.at least in EDWIN W. ABBOTT Vote for One i' me ... no publication ,",.t any? ,
+ Vote Yea or No. special law shall b, J"1
was so confident a bunch of kids
their spirit. It the boys will ever required s
i !' (? I In one place since the crusades. So work up a fighting spirit, their BERT LEIGH ACKER W. S. CAWTHON J. Q. CREWS not It contains a prov,.,;0 that Its
become
i ) far BO good, but it wasn't very far. playing will take care of Itself. To amend Section 24, Article ed effective until app

-k.4 i D. H. S. won the toss and the A large crowd Is hoped for this ROBERT D. ALDRICH III, of the Constitution of the Stateof tor.by a majority of jlllllffte4(

boys lined up. A hot sun was afternoon, to cheer the locals onto Florida, relating to county and I the voting In an pip ,lion rall1
shining, a gentle breeze came floating For County Commissioner Vint. 3 territory to be affected
better things. The game startsat GEORGE S. AMES municipal goverment, authorizing b by
1 For Commissioner of clal or local
in off the Gulf. AgricultureVote Vote for One. law
y 4 the Legislature
p. m. sharp. by general law' to
4'', Some it was this wonderful for One. '
say
S -- HERBERT L. ANDERSON classify cities and towns accord- -
::1 ; a'I breeze;; the girls say "I know SCHOOL LIlW.UlY OPKNH J. L. UNDERHILL ing to population and by general NO

the boys were just scared to KATHERINE E. AUSHERMAN NATHAN MAYO taw provide for their incorporation -

l ,"1 death." But to make a long story With the election of a staff of government, Jurisdiction 'io' amend :beui.m:; I lu. ,nt, rr

short about half the boys ripened librarians EDMUND A. BUCKLAND powers, duties and XII of the ConstitutIon
last Monday, the Bradford privileges, and of
"t .+ j' under the tropical) sun turning as For County Copimiwiloner Dint. 4 State of
providing that Florida ,,,,
no
special ,
High School Library became Vote or local allthorlzlng,
for One.
yellow as Cedar Key's helmets. Legislature
? fully organized and ready for use. ANDREW LINGREN taws shall be passed by the Legis- to provide for for
From the opening whistle they For Justices of the Supreme Court ature vision of any '
Incorporating cities
''t t The regulations which went Into or towns county IMo lei,
-I : were dead on their feet, and used effect' this week prohibits any reference MIINIE W. RUTHERFORD : Vote for Two. jD. W. HINSON providing for their government, districts; and for .the, electlot
+ their heads about as much as the ennlally of
books from being taken out, jurisdiction, powers, duties and three school, ,trap 1
r I c 1 i1 statute of liberty would have. and limits the reading time of oth- GEORGE. D. SANDERI. ARMSTEAD BROWN privileges. who shall hold their offlte for I
We don't expect the boys to be years and who
i er books to two weeks. The fine shall have. the
p rla but Its tradition at n. For County CommlHNloner Vint. ?
perfect, a 3// of all
for' keeping books out longer than H. LIESE von DUFFE Vote for One. YES rtoHn.? the< school WI!',,
''I H S. to fight even though it seems this Is two cents a day. Only one LOUIE W. STRUM ; and for ,hand '.lOb

,i; ; 9 the harder you fight the worse renewal la allowed. JOHN WOMSLEY collection of a district ;
)
',r: ;; 1 they beat you. We expect every R. T. OSTEENI.'or To amend Section 24; Article tax for the exclusive sell
I The library Is more complete III, of the Constitution use of I
t'i team that represents the Purple of the State public free schools
this year than !It has ever been, J. A. ADAMS: of within the I
and Gold to have that spirit, to Florida relating to county and trlct whenever a '
and more books will be added majorltj) Of i I
play a clean and hard game, to / municipal government, authorizing qualified electors thereof
shortly. D. J. ALBRIGHT [ Member of that i
County Hoard of the
it be Legislature by general law to
fight even though a losing a tax on real or i
The librarians who will divideup Public personal| prop,t
Z,' fight, When you have done this Instruction Dint. No. 1 classify cities and towns according shall vote In favor of ,h
seven periods Lena Belle WALTER S. PECK For Railroad Commissioner Vote for levy)
are: One. to population and by J
then you have done the best 'you general law
I Shepard, I Eva:: Marcotte, Ruth Vote for One. provide for their --- ---'
i tit ran. And every member of old incorporation,
YES
.I
Stornberg, William Duncan, Es- PEYTON C. ROGERSA. JAMES T.
MOORE
Bradford will be proud of YOIl.There's government, Jurisdiction, powers __ -J
elle Kendrick and Louise Hayes. A. S. WELLS
toe+ + r ,' "i R.' nothing else to be told duties and privileges, and providIng -
SPIEVAK
To
a d amend
about the Itself It that no special or local laws Section 1 ''I. of f An
game anyway 1I1'JlrnSU; TKMPiit.\\Ci: : : XII of the Const
series of and shall be passed by the Legislature Mitten of
just a fumbles
was l'IUGiLtM A Hl'CCKSH: TALMADGE W. VANN For :Member State of
of Hoard Florida.
f i'' rotten tackles. County of Incorporating cities or towns, pro- a a lit"inznig!
[.'or Railrcmcl Commissioner, l'n- Public Instruction l>lst. No. 2 viding for their Legislature to pun tat,' i.,,i r the
Coach Kay was very disappointed The pupils of the entire school expired: term of It. L. Katon: de Vote for One. government Jurisdiction vision of any (01111'\> ,11.0 l i 'I'',
ed In the showing the team made tartlclputed In the annual health powers, duties and privileges -
(''104011. districts; and for Hi. + nor
4 after all his. efforts' but says he and temperance day program, Vote for One. II. D. MAY ennlally of three, "I'"J, i' i tltt,

will put a better team on the Held which was held Thursday. The I who shall hold then '",!1''.. t 1'.r'
fr when we play Wlldwood here Friday primary students performed In the NO
MRS R. L. EATON years, and who shall h i n., "i'iervlsion '".
;,;? I and thin week he started by a morning and the higher grades lu ("\... of all Hi,' "I.1 .. ',' x.

a general shaking up of the whole the afternoon. A playlet "Dr. I'or ;Member of County Hoard of To amend Section 21, Article the district, and i II",'i "u I-r;

4 l9 squad, so everyone feels confident Scaltergood's Clinic," given by the Public Instruction, IHst. No. :S Ill. of the Constitution of the Stateof and collection ol' .i
1 E', t that the boys will make up for senior high school<< featured the afternoon For: Slate Senator 15th: Senatorial Vote for One. r Florida relating to special and tax for the ex,-)11-1\\ "of[

;) every thing when Wild wood Invaders program Many Interesting Ntrkt., local laws, requiring that in all : public free schools '. ..

the home of the Purple Tor- talks and recitation by the lower, A. B. SUURENCY: cases enumerated in the preceding trlct whenever .i m" f

,"8) nado. grades were also Included. AVe Vote for One. section all laws shall be general qualified electors ih., hat

; ))n. I.OUHV IIIIIUH'IO":- : were very glad to have some of our IVr lolled Stntc-H Senator and of uniform operation throughout a tax on renlII'/ i II'' i I"I.. i. ., prop
EVERETT:
M. JOHNS
parents out on this day the State, but in all cases not shall\ .
).IFS,1a'i.: : : $H'lTIMO.'ST.SA ;:\ Vote for One. vote In favm' "i !h let
t For Jurtleof Pence, Dint. >o. 1 enumerated or excepted In that

J ,; H. 11. 1'1. lit'NIC I X PARK TRAMMELL Vote for One. section, the Legislature: may pass
A valuable message; based on pedal or local laws except as now NO

one of the !greatest verses ]in the .'or Jleinber of House- of or hereafter
A grammar; school bby handed BARCLAY H. WARBURTONFor Ropre- A. it. HARLEY otherwise provided In
? Ilible; brought to the vtudent .
t was
III the following composition on'cats" IWIICnC Iv('** the Constitution; Provided, thatno To amend Se"IlIl'!i i Ir

t; c l body Thursday morning by Hev "Cats that are meant for Vote for One. 1 local or special bill shall be III of the ConHtiiui, I f

t Lowry, pastor of the Presbyterian little boys to maul and tease Is passed unless notice of the Intention of Florida relating: i n

'' : church Quoting the 8th verse" called muultene ruts. Some cats Reprofir'ntntivo In Congress; G. W. HAZEN For' Justice" of Pence, l)lt. >o. 2 l to apply therefor shall have hers of the Seiuiii. .ttl I t it+ 11'
t of the 4th chapter In Phllllplans, Vote for One. been published In the ,Representatives ''I;'
III reckernlzed by how quiet their SIK Congressional: ; District. locality n
D elaborated the
.1 ''t r r. Lowry upon purrs IH. These is named! punlstan Vote for One. where the matter or thing to be Senators and! m' n'"

q thought; contained In that portion cats. The rats what has very bad N. D. WAINWIUGHT, Jr. affected may be situated, which House of HepresiMii, i r.', J
9r of scriptures, and drew from it one
( temper Is called! Angorle catd. And X U. A. GREEN; IVr C'leik of 'limit Court notice shall state the substance of duly qualified of the most forceful and effectivetalks
y of r t, cats with feelings/ Is railed Feline Vote for One. the contemplated law and shall be spectlve ('ollnUp.11 oJ i i "
delivered before the
d ever cats. "1 don't like cats,* THOMAS: PETER CHAIRES : published at least thirty days priorto which they arat'., .
i' chapel: student body. For Constable, Dlntttct >o. 1 the introduction into the Legislature of members ol MI ,

S. The verse, "Whatsoever thing O. W. ALDERMAN Vote for One. of such bill and in the manner !House of Ilepi'Hfi ii all

nre true, whatsoever things! are Miss Jackson-When you face to be provided by law. Proof exceed twelve
I r I bent whatsoever thing are just ho north you have on your right For Governor J. II. LOWERY of publication to be established by cents ($12.501) n' .dn i '11
S whatsoever things; are lovely, land the continent of_Asia, what affidavit of
publication of session and IIP
.' attached to : -
Vote for One.
1 whatsoever things of good la have'your left hand. ()\' County .111,111.
'P .( report; ( you i the proposed bill when same Is introduced from their home'a' '
t If there be virtue and If there Vote for One.
iv any Billy-A wart bin I can't help 1
In either tn
X DOYLE K. CARLTON branch of the government not \
; bo any praise, think on thesethings It. For Constable, IMstilctNo.. S legislature, provided no publication (J lOc) a mile each 'a i 1\ r
t ," served as a hauls for Itev.Lawry'H CUO.; A. GARDINER Vote for One. .'
W. J. HOWEY of any local or special law est and most prmn I)
v suggestion: ; that thoughts: ,
First FI'Osh-ThoHe shall be required when It contains
gals are a
.
In a large measure,. have much to ALBERT -
JENNINGS .
couple of bias babies. a provision tnat It shall not become YES
i do with character forming.ATMOSPIIKKIC .
St!c. Goof-Whuddu ya mass ;* effective until approved by a ma-

: ; : COMUriO'NS; bias? For Secretary of State For Sheriff ority of qualified electors voting To amend Section i trIll

gtI 1"lrllt-Oh. buy this and buy for One. In an election called In the territory ( ''I' I'1'
One of the greatest nhortooni- us Vote for One. (Vote 'or Bond, Trustee District" of the Constltiin i
So. 1
Ings of the Tornado squad seem us that all the time. I Vote for One.. to be affected by special or of Florida, relating
t i to be their lack of ability to keep H. CLAY CRAWFORDFor W. J. EPPERSONFor local law. bers of the Senate!' .nul Hou

1 up the old spirit on foreign" fields. Mrs. White-With patience you LOUIS H. Representatives mn1,/ i III'' '""*
HILL
The locals packed as much Bluff 1 cult do anything. YES Senators and mcm'' of'

R t against Cedar Key as they did Sl'ottle-\\11I patience fill a sieve House of Represent:II.ol'''
against Dunnellon. The difference with water? Attorney General County Assessor of Taxes: To amend Section 21, Article duly qualified ..Me, '", 'r'/ 6f

was that against Dunnellon ''I' Mrs. 'hlte-Yes, If you wait Vote for One. Vote for One. For Hone! TruHtep, District No. 2 III, of the Constitution of the Stateof spectlve counties,' ..1I.ttlet

cheered on by a host of famlllitr for the water to freeze. Vote for One. > Florida, relating to special or which they are .-howu the

faces the gang fought and played FRED H. DAVIS E. W. HAYES local laws, requiring that in all of members of th ,.nata

t a good game. Over at Cedar Key The uppallng weakness was the J. H. RITCH cues enumerated in the preceding House of nepreseniHiivHs
t ; in entirely new sourroundlngs, the efense. The fast-working Cedar section all laws shall be generaland exceed twelve a.'itai' ,'t

t' 11 1. Tornadoes most certainly did not Key bucks had little trouble get- of uniform operation throughout cents (12.50i ada' r.' 'arbof .

d ) fight and didn't play much of a IHK around the ends and almost For State ComptrollerVote For Tats: Collector the State, but in allicases, not session; and lII.jJl', ) ) T0

f game. The boys must overcome as easy a time going through the for One. Vote for One. For lined Trustee, District No. 13 enumerated or excepted in that from their homes ''" ''1.ea'\

y, rl 2 that weakness along with the oth line. However, Cedar Key had aright Vote for One. section, the Legislature may pass government not n, .1-i "' c( 'PDt'

{ er things: before they are the team nice back field. Their total ERNEST AMOS C. A. KNIGHT special or local laws except as now ((10c) a mile each W/I'/ I' .",'r(

X that they ought to be. coring so far thin season mounts E. S. MATTHEWS or hereafter otherwise provided In est and most praa'' '" "'"'

10 113 points, 113 to 0, we might the Constitution; Provided thatno -

j Bradford's offensive strength add for the west roast boys' gOld local or special bill shall be I NO J

br showed up better In the west roast lit yet to be crossed this year. Ilrad- passed unless notice of the Inten- --

' game, at least on the line plays. ford Ruve them the closest game 4... !.NO.OOJO.e 0.0000.0 Gennett and Miss Ronle-C'1roover' Ject, which is on the second preferential I 1

k Capt. David Moore found some hey have had this season whichIs attended the annual meeting' at list, and to the kindly I with as much expedition as Is pos- according to th

clean paths paved by his forward some consolation. : ZIFF : Lake City last: Saturday and Sun- operation of the State Road Department co- sible. To allow the grade to stand Architect tlonii prepared UntoComplete .
f h Miss. Opal Lewis, Cor. Idle would not only be a vast
I mates on several occasions; especially 0 day.Miss of which Dr. Fons waste a
.. .. A. of money but lIi"I
Inn Lewis would 'Iv
hU off - - spent Saturdayand also Imposean floatloiiH
tackle .
on slants. Gerald Cox continued to be a ....................... Hathaway is chairman.The cation to the A'',
Sunday In Lake unwaranted hardship
1 David's brother .Howard left and City with upon the ,
E. J. Lewis
tower of Mr. and! Mrs. Importance of this plane mut be
strength In the ball tooting thorough section
e friends. traversed. It is
tackle/ played a whale of a game children, spent the last of this. fare to to be hop- posit of sans, '
k line, and Raymond and Mac. Miss Martha and Annie Groover Palatka cannot be over ed that the new administration bo refunded ,nHperlflratloim ",
and the two ,
gave some mighty line the
onald did! well enough, but none week In Lake City attending estimated. It Is, In the opinion of which comes Into n
with office in
spent Sunday Miss
exhibitions of Opal January, the
brotherly love'on turned by
anual meeting there. The
of these men, played their best News, the most consequential will S '
and Lulamae Lewis. recognize the need let. ir within
of this
those wallops on the left side of J and
Mr. and Mrs R. B. Thomas of the state roads short If plan. are no
converging here, cut from the border
I the line. to the
: little daughter, Hazel, spent Saturday as It Is the most direct above mentioned-
In fact, the \Moore brothers had In Fairbanks with Mrs. Nearly 16,000,000 gallons of tourist route for central section and the East Coastas will forfeit. thKac <
travel into the bid muta
At the home of one of the Ii. II. more of the limelight, as far as Thomas' mother, Mrs. E::. Howard.Mr. gasoline were consumed In Florida I through the commonwealth clearly as the outgoing adminis- certified h she

S. rats the following sign was seen the home boys are concerned, than \ Sheppard Ray who has during the month of September, way. Its Lake City gate- tration did.Whatever. the amount ,>r '

hanging to a push button that/ was anyone else. Dave was in top form been spending; several weeks here the Inspection division of the State I Increase the completion tolls of the will largely Putnam county can drawn f'ounty to c'ommlm the oi"

p' out of order. Button don't bell, and his raging slashes ,at the line with friend, left for his home InIIluellvllle. Department of Agriculture an- bridge here Memorial do facilitate the ]liardsurfaclng t'ounty, Stark '
ti and at the ,
j ? bump. kept the sharks in hot water a Ga. nounced. A total of 15,836,85, will enhance the Importance same time of No. 28 wilt be done, the public ( .....ful 1 a bidderrnrnlsh bond I'i \

( -- large part of the game, As for Mr. and! Mrs J. B. Thomas spent gallons was used upon which the city as a tourist of this may be assured, as the project is Company auth"

1 W: A little excitement in the fourth Howard he was the only one In the last of the week In Lake City state Inspection tax was paid, and this It will enlarge center.the More than one that has always been close to amount In the State of the of.

quarter was absolutely uncalled the entire line that showed any- with Mrs. Thomas' sister Mrs. M. 86,958 gallons were consumed by trade Palatka I the hearts of the bond trustees, to All bid meet t ,
territory will
afford
for, and not a little disgusting It thing like fighting spirit. Hunter. government agencies which did a. section largely an outlet'to whose zeal and energy the speed- Clerk of the. for HimlnxlonerH. '

was bad enough for the referee Mrs. E. Howard and daughter. not carry the tax.HIOmVAV.. and will be a stimulus to bottled local de up Ing up of the grading can be at- the Court Hou''

t to etlff arm Cox Just to remind him The annual convention Florida Miss Ellen: spent last week here velopment.Its tributed.: -Palatka News. prior to the tlnu "
markedPsi i
M>. :2 sAn plainly
', I of a very mild offense' but to Division, United Daughters of the with her daughter, Mrs. It. B. extension through Flagler ON THE A ";

I double his fists and sail Into Capt. Confederacy, cloned at Tallahassee Thomas.Mr. county will lessen the distance ..ti'FIIITISENRVTStarke: I COUNTY JAIL Stark.Ierected
to at
V Moore for no good reason at all Friday night, with the election and Mrs. T. W. Dyal and little especially gratifying announcement the coast and place Putnam The rionrd of i. '

was the limit. Dave had every of Jacksonville as the 1929 meeting i Marian Dyal. spent Sunday here is that made today by In closer touch with Daytona county Florida.celnved ere. for Bradford right I

right in the world to protest and place. Following the selection with 'Mrs. Dyal's parents, Mr. and the Board of Bond Trustees to the i Beach and the other resort cities by the Hoard of County h.ComnilsMtonerH re-- any nerve and the all bid! ,,'<1> r 1

the referee's actions were childish of a meeting place the( delegates Mrs. J. W. Lewis. effect that the grading of State to the south. Florida for Bradford County. TUB Hlilia: I., ,- ..
at
,tf to say the least. Ills extraction installed thetr new officers Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Howard and Highway No. 28 Is complete In Now that the grading of this ? '2<1".511Vi1..10 their'clock otllee'at Monday Starke.., MISSIONKK"COL'NTV: Fl-r: rChalrmai h

AlL ( 11 from the game should be perman- and presented the pin of the retiring '> children spent last week in Fair- Putnam county. highway Is practically complete cumber and then opened, for w 4t

n t ent, for no one of his temperament president Mrs. Franklin banks with friends.Mr. That the work Is so far advanced from Lake City to Palatka. It Is the pr..nt" county of Jail an addition building- to Attest

!tz ; should have anything to do with Ezell of Leesburg to Mrs. J, L, 'I J. H Kelley and son Clyde Is due to the enterprise of the very devoutly to be wisher ''be ,built In Stark.., Florida. The to Architect JOHV r -
1Y ; ouch a game as football. Medlln, of Jacksonville. and : that work 'Involved.! In..lude.' l the furnUhIna laird BulldiOalnenvlll l.
daughter Miss Willie and bond trustees in pushing this pro- I the hard-surfacing may be done of material and labor necessary. *, .i.

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In carrying out the duties( as Gov-
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ernor of that state ,

of Florida in Short To I those Hoover-DemocratH III''
./\\ Paragraph i
this county I Invite a casual study
Pi1 blic Forum of the Dyer untl-lynchlng bill 1 I I

which has already paused the Kt'- t t'r

publican house and has the approval I

Live State NewsTOLD I tion will and show of of the Candidate Southern Republican) ','onv'n-I 9\few\ I4 r + 11


-' Hampton. Fla, Oct. 27, 1928. during/ the Civil\ War and duringthe what they might expect from the i

Editor Telegraph: reconstruction days to pre- next administration If Hoover Is 'I 4aY

BY OUR EXCHANGES I have just returned from a serve Democracy and White Su- elected The past two weeks has Y

trip of that portion of Florida that premacy should allow themselvesto seen a great change and It seems
be drawn to the side of the -
south of and visited opposition that AI Smith is to be our not
------------.---,-,-.;. fifes: us every by such lies and dirty lit- I .
-
and should look forward
city of any size south of here and president we models
added impetus has Arcadia-A mile of will erature that this country la being to administration. ,
,ab, petunias am glad: to say that I have returned a great
e movement here to be planted by each dub In the from this trip feeling much bet- flooded with, and join a party that In the State of Florida, that hits and

I, legislature enact a Peace River Federation of Wom ter for t the sanity of this state. I for the past seven years has known gone Democratic for the past fifty

? ill automobile drlv- an's clubs In a contest agreed uponat am sure that it Is going Democratic nothing but thievery and corrup- years, would feel like Judaaes,
eu 0, wed It was learned the meeting of the federation but we must not let up in our tion of the most flagrant'' sort. 1 am should this state go Republican, '

da' I he result of serious at Arcadia Friday. The presidentof determination to preserve Democracy thankful) that there are .a great and Smith be elected preHldt'nt.Allother '

ra ."is within the last few each club in the federation and as we have people who are many who have seen their error thought/ that the HooverDemocrats THE OPEN MIND
Mrs.\ and who have decided that they
Cassia Orr
the federation trying to stray from the fold and should digest thor ,
sa president, will be judges. The petunia who are being led astray by the can not be branded by their fellowmen oughly before voting a Republicanticket p ,r t si' ,i i,4riyt
,
i of] Beach-Nearly 400 beds must be for a continuous same type that was called CarpetBaggers as HooverDemocrats.I : The Cnrpet-Uaggers are public, with its healthy desire for the V
)l ,,, n 'mnds are now plant- mile along highway or street In the reconstruction days. have heard It said by many working just as hard in an underhand THE
,h m swept section of and must be 24 Inches) wide. Petunias who do not know that Masons will way to elect an entire Republican and the better, insists:; upon continuous a
I find that section has
r( .tad In at least two were -chosen because of those skunks every commonly called not Support a Catholic. I am a ticket in this state and improvement, and will withdraw its patronage '

a planted since then their brilliant show, hardihood and Carpet-Baggers, and who our forbears Mason and wish to say as a MasonI defeat our Democratic nomineesfor from any product or service which stands still. r.t. ,; A
+ bloom and will because cattle do not eat them. have never taken an obligation state offices.I y
tell us were the most dan- Nowhere is this in ;
more true than the automobile a
-
I
ad i urket in two weeks S a that interferes with any of my have lived In tho South: all my 7
animals known. I have
d I here Saturday at Tampa-Judge: F M. nobles In gerous political beliefs It simmers down life, and Instinct and teachings industry. The car is more than a utility.
r learned that we have them even ALIt
., S. AV.in circuit court Tuesday denied to this. The fight on Governor from childhood have taught
i aunty Agent a In our midst In this countysomeof me is a personal thing, involving your conven- r '
writ of mandamus sought by Hoy Smith as candidate for president Is that a negro does not belong anywhere -
them not even natives of United ience, comfort safety of
sense
your your
S 1' Ripple, to compel the county ]his religion. I wish to ask why we but where he is In tho your
States, who sneaking around
,n fee officials leKi election board to place his name like the kind are of animals they are of the Southland should fight South and not In our politics II beauty and color, your pride of ownership your j

i they collect.\ This on the !general election bullots and poisoning the minds of tha Catholics Lafayette I'liluskl! and certainly could not vote for Herbert complete environment for many hours of your "

,, !nf mandamus pe- as a candidate for county commissioner. people. Do we have to import KoHclusko. who came over hero Hoover whose nomination life. Customs and habits of living change: fast; y 't
I three Dade county As a result the printing of and helped us win our Independence I for president was seconded' by anpgl'o ,
la dismissal of suits the ballots was to begin this after- us these what from Democracy another Is country? Their to definition tell- from England; were Catholics.A at the 1 Kansas City convention and the past holds many warnings; of how quickly' i

4 iI. the county for re- noon and the commissioners! believed : seems to be: Hoover-Demo Catholic was among the signers of the Republican party. your favor can shift when en automobile, for even

,hove $7500 salary no further delay would be c rll t. of the Declaration! of Independence. Let iiH stand by t tho Democratic n single year, fails to show progress. "
i"''it, petition, which offered.! Hippie's plea was baaed : Generals Lnngstieet luulHeaul't'gar )party of our forefathers that guarantees ,t
1 It la generally: well known that So continuous improvement is than 4 'ln
more a ;
l who led armies in
I recovery, of about on the refusal of the commissioners < our equal rights/ to all and special
i IK argued in circuit to give him a place among the these CUfI>et-Baggers are In the the Civil War were Catholics. privileges to none. Let UB policy with General Motors. It is a vital necessity.

to An. 7 tand'dutes: after they spent two employ of the Republican party, Catholics fought side by side in hoist our I Democratic Hag to the I I sAnd
and are receiving\ money to expendIn the World War with Protestants, TI IO PUBLIC DEMANDS NEW MODELS u
e days examining the names of inters breeze and never let her colors
4. i ''II'' (Heuch---One negro signed to his petition for a this manner. It 1 Is truly pitiful and have never heard of a single trail In Iho dust. Then and not the public is right. Out of that demand "

al "II i! another is being place on the ticket. that children and !grandchildrenof instance where one of them claimed until then will wo have a government electric
have and the
come starting
lighting
Confederate Veterans, who ,
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following an auto- e exemption from war duty because of the people by the people
;
1 i iIS ii
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fought for this glorious Southland I closed body, Duco finish, four-wheel brakes and r ,
..11. IK here late Friday J\lIaml-VotJng by Dade county I it interfered with his religious and for Iho people, over which
i _n Woods Suther, 20 residents who expect to be out of I Lake Okeechobee--- --was---perfected---- ----- beliefs. Since this religious Old Glory will triumphantly float hundreds of refinements big and little. Improvements 0I..

'err Df< !Mr and Mrs. T. ( the state November 6 began Sat- here late Sunday +at a meeting of auestlon has been brought up, we over the land of the brave and the I that might have taken a generation have
all know that Quakers which religion home of I the free I
eta prominent residents. urday when ballots I
were made representatives of approximately been born within few because ,
a Y ear s people want r
Mr Hoover professes,
"rut, Slither drlv- were J. II. ALHXANUKR: ,
h!H car available six days after the time seventy-five civic and business Interests I
exempted as war combatants during ---.---- greater performance, beauty and comfort. M ,
MrI Suiher. wag hit by an set by law for their completion. of Florida. Selection was '
Sixty students enrolled lu
I lOblli driven by J. Elbert, Two printing houses ran their made of a committee of seven the late World War, on the the,class of Journalism are jt tin University Equipped with the largest research: laboratories -
that their
grounds religion
,flu, 'if in Jail. Both carsorerrnrned. presses all (last night: In order to board of was
which In turn appointed a against war.I of Florida. With tot iy ,proving ground and body building plants, and
The child's neck supply the first ballots this
Klbert's 1: morn- nineteen directors who were understand that we have in eight duplicates it makes out of guided by an Open Mind which is ready to revise r r m
broken companiond ing. Litigation between regular
charged with the duty of drawingup
this section ministers of the the largest classes of Journalism
)gospel its in
and Independent thinking response to new facts, General
Republican the flood control plans which
who are conducting a political In any university of the south' and
e groups, resulting In a series of will be discussed and perfected at campaign In their churches more than many of the l.irgor universities Motors believes that it is peculiarly f.ttcd not onlyto
lie Officers of Gordon mandamus actions to strike off or the first\ regular meeting of the v r
I' against Governor Smith because of the middle west sense but to anticipate public demand and to ,
:"then, post American Legion add the names of certain candi- board at Miami, on November 1. .
:wren! Saturday; that work on dates to the general ,election bal- It is proposed to submit the plansto he Is a Catholic. If they call this Florida- shippers of fruits find give the people better automobiles at better
religion, I want of their
'Derenl'!: airplane landing lot, caused the'delay that alreadyhas congress and to the state legis none vegetables under Ice will be saved values year after year. f+ ,, '
kind. I consider it
I hen would be started next deprived many absentee voters lature. an un-Chrfs- annually from half a million to As evidence of that faith we presented some I ,
tlan act to criticise another's man-
nutiivc plans for a landId of their ballot, according to election three quarters of million dollars
ner of worshiping his God To month the New Chevrolet the New Pontiac
: ago ,
,
Dude have been
City
i i commission officials. Negotiations are now,being completed If a report of nn interstate' commerce -
,, for several e those ministers I ask I them to cite the New Oldsmobile. And
r KivHcment between the Harper Com- examiner, siihmlt'rct' to that i now we offer, with

nding' inspection of West Palm (IJeach--Formation ofa pany of Orlando, manufacturers of me people one) of Intance the State where of any New of York the, body, Is adopted) olllelulu of the equal pride, the New Buick, the New Cadillac 4r
.0111111' hy aviation authorlmlt0ed permanent organization, to be pure Florida. citrus products and Florida railroad commlssloa announced
where Governor Smith has nerved the New LaSalle and the New Oakland.CIIBVROirrr. :
to pass on the merits known as I the Florida Navigationand the Universal Manufacturing Company at Tallahassee a s1
as Governor for four terms has l
,
-Inn selected. Flood Control Association, to of Birmingham, Alabama, for -.-
> had to kiss Ihe popo's toe, or where Winter Haven-Construction of I
draft plans for regulation and control 150,000 gallon of pure Florida
[,; helms let his religion sway him big fish hatchery here resumed\ 7 Digger: and Better l
it t !Calm BeachSix weeks of flood waters of the !great orange Juice. models, $495 to $715, 4-wliccl brakes A
11 Ihl! tropical hurricane, Hed More Luxurious M
powerful engine. '! .
-- -- };;!
Eoffluuls( announced their of- I -- Kinder Hothei. New colura. Alto '.4- "' 't

''Iualt estimate, placing theer Light Delivery Truck cliasus; J>375; I w .
11 dead at 1,839 and of Utility Truck chassis with 4 speeds :.. "

t'd d ii i S70 for the entire forward. $520. n

i area Although: various fig- Every purchaser of a HON. FRANK E. JENNINGS PONTIAC. 7 motels $745 to $875.

Savi been quoted previously Lowebt priced General Motors Six t I a d)+
ten' given! out at headquar- &r;)''" now offer*more )lower(.renter economy Y d

11 representing the first of- Ford is entitled -. speeded greater acceleration. ,
!ycomplete estimate based onI new to Arresting beauty of bodies by Fisher
I figures assembled by work- Will be the speaker at the expresses the vogue of the hour. a'OLDSMOBILE.

o> each district. 7 models $925 to ''
e e Free Service' $1085. Also 5 DeLuxe models $1145 to t

[lahassee, The state hotel de- Inspection $1235. "The fine Car at Low Price." I
peit daring September auth- Completely redesigned and improved .I ( I )
BRADFORD
COUNTY
ANTI. General Motor. More 4-
J the by powerful. 1"I3txdiee.
| erection of 35 hotels,
wheel brake Longer, roomier Fisher tli
p-neuts ouses, restaurants In Florida and valued room-at for the first 1500 ,miles a

to half a million dollars. This 7 models of the new All American rte '

own in the monthly reportthe IfthTIE Ir I- SMITifDEMOCRATIC RALLYIn o announced. $1145 to $1375. Dis f5
Solendid
original new
department, which placed "OAKLAND.: appearance.
oa co : : Luxurious: appointments in new
alai valuation of all such : :', A car you'll be proud to own. s
three authorized for the 4

hat 1408,648. The Septem-
"aluatlon was nearing three t BUICK. 18 Silver Anniversary' models on n

'larger than that of August, the i iI 3 wheel-bases. $11')$ to $J14S. Lightning ,;t .'
hv54 1193,365. flash getaway Masterpiece Doilies by ,. ( '
e Fisher. Comfort and luxury: in every mile.
Power for the steepest lull and the longest fW
h"nvllla ,Mrs.\ Stafford Caldrife I run.

Jf an attorney of this II I
1Ias n, a critical condition COURT ROOM AT STARKE LASALI.n.! 13 new model. $2205 to

'1' II l I Hospital, as a result of modern Automobile Is Inspection Service at 500, I 1 $lU15. Attractive car of Continental ,
Cadillac. 90 .
""JdenIlJl'' discharge of a re- a finely built piece of maloon and 1500 miles I I ; lines.V-type Companion cylinder cur engine to Beautiful to adegree ,

r W9 tight The mishap chinery and it will eland a Check Scurry Dcxhcs by i-inhcr. btriking Duco color com '.

|'Id.< ii' said as Mrs. Cald- lot of abuse. Considering; Cheek generator: charging rate binations.CADHLAC. .
.
-tar. 1'gE't out of her Monday Morning Nov. Fifth at !
au- the work it does, it gives surprisingly Check distributor ailjutlmrntCheck .t 26 models, $3203 to $7000. t
II the revolver of "
little trouble. Hut carburetor adjustment iUandard of the world Famous 60 degree t I
ell fro mher lap to I CI.er"'Il"'" V-type 8 cylinder engine. Luxurious D'Jhea .N" 4 ,
made I that
a' I II
there 1811 t a car
"mrd and was dls- Check broken by Holier And Flcetwod. An extensive )
Y an alone In the game will not run better and, Check shock absorber aJJutt- i range: of color and uphul itery: combinations. +
i 1100 o'clock
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I
and a neighbor, longer if given proper care. mint .
' ALL PRICES F. O. D.FACTORIES:
)
'l>ort, Investigated Check tire Inflation (
first few I hundred t :
The I
'cal) assistance. Check steering gear J ,
miles are especially important Change engine oil : I I I
Experiments'; In because that i Ii when Lubricate chassis

i't are Meade being growers under- is the being mechanism broken"" of in.your ear No charge In made for : EA P rr1Jr.1 LET EVERYBODY i : GENERAL

develop a center labor or material. incidental

,uMng of this crop Proper attention during to this service, except, of I II

Hair fliid J. W. Watson this leriOl.Io'ill lengthen its\' course, where repairs are MOTORSi

'I :' I\' ts of land which life an-' present unnecessary necessary through accident, !NEAR HIM 'I
'I'i' be suitable for i
"g trouble later on. misuse or neglect. The only i .

u have obtained aUK Inter charge in for new oil. e I
We particularly I
plants and haven are

I-I'm t test plots. Their cited in this matter because" See your Ford
Tf f a''utun m r i tests will determine we believe it i i\t\ our duty not therefore, and] get this Free p7y

a ores' "irse' in production only to make a good: automobile Inspection of your new carat Vole for !Jfoover r Electors:

e but to help the 500, 1000 and 1500 I t

elate nth Florida officers owner get the greatest 1'01'1miles.' Find out, too, how I t q (

""Mi, Saturday by the Bible use over the longest little it will cost to have your EDWIN W. ABBOTT CLIP THE COUPON .w'
> ooh if the Rose Keller period of time at a minimum car given a thorough going- ,
ulna I '

'n- ;/ ml Society of the to Florida aid in of trouble and over thereafter.at regular period BEnT LEiGll ACKEU GENERAL MOTORS (Dept. A), Detroit,Mich. = t

r expense.
fire\ "'I i
girls who dlst > PIe.nd.withoutobliguioncumeiIluarrated. '
t tvan rrd! 1 he home Tuesday With this in view, the A checking up by experienced ROBERT- D. ALI>IUCUI f3 CHEVROLOT liter.turedearnbinguchGenrraiMutora: l product .. I t

I' the girls were notIt entire Ford dealer organization mechanics, together I o PONTIAC I have check.d-tol.th.r with your booklets B

a' was stated that has been specially with oiling and greasing ftEORGE; S. AMES OLDSMOBILIIt'rlhmProvingGround"and"Priacipias&Poiicies"' : .:
.
n 3d from 16 to 9 trained and equipped to service every 500 mile., will add O 4a

Tea\ ibnence have from been dls-theo the new Model<< A car. months and years to the life HERBERT I.. ANDERSON [*3 o] OAKLAND Name......." ........___.__.._.....-. =
gle4- have Instructed of car and mean more i
: after 9 o'clock on Furthermore, we your o BUICK

tit att disappearance. All every Ford economical and pleasurable KATIIERINE a a f\dJress .--.-.........-........ =
tb E. AUSIIERMAN
t.t DLASALUJ
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to .
trace the girls the motoring g
give
0 dealer to \
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>e..the board said. following Free errmile1oudr.ve.FORD | o]CADILLAC __.____.__ ,

now tut New building con- Paid Political Ads j PI FKIQIDAIKSA..-. Rtg.n... DDELCO-LIOH1'Ebnrte rtm>.. rI
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,I1 L IAGM I.'R ------ BRADFORD COCNTY TKLRORAPtl BTARKK. F1.ORIT __ ___ __ Fill!).IV. v.Phone ,., .., ,. __
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painted tallies In rose design were C. L. tracks here will cut 10,000 Lacrosse
used In keeping Letter To The WizardEditor lumber ,
scores. I Imperial feet dailY. hardsurfaciiii. ''ct
Mr. and Mrs C, A. Knight were Orlando-Beacham Theater installs crosse to Bin,
the fortunate holders of high vitaphone and movietone at Winter
ef (:u,1",|
scores. Mrs. Knight was presentedwith cost of $25,000.TampaAugust. library .
] a pair of silk hose while Mr. Miami Dally News: Enclosed ire the guardian of America. Tell building per opened. build"
Knight received an outfitted uliav- is a copy of a letter I havewrlt'ten us about the Quakers refusing to mils totaled $604,792.Jacksonville .
Ing cabinet. to the Imperial Wizard of take an oath, tell us about their -Wells Hardwood Umatilla \
I Mrs. Demorest served a salad the Ku Klux Klan which Is self-ex- conscience: forbidding them to take Company Inc., Jacksonville with to Umatilla p'", I
II I 291URTIID.IY course at the dose of the progres- planatory: up arms !In defense of their country capital of $50,000 granted; charter. ing facllltl. I

I sions. Mr. H. W. Evans, Imperial Wizard, Tell us about Forbes stealing Agricultural products valued .
I The guests Included members of Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, from the maimed and Injured veterans at $140,000,000 were shIpped --
the card club and Mr. and Mrs. HId. Atlanta, of the World War! I
IMItTY A. Z. Adkins, Mrs T. J. Alderman, Georgia from Florida during 1927-28 shipping -
). Mott of Jacksonville who Fairness? How little know
Mrs. O. L. lieaHley, Miss Margaret were Dear Sir: you season. New
t Knos lliiye, young ton of Mr. LongMrs. K. L. Dlggs, Mrs. A. S. week-end house guests of Mr. and I am In receipt of the letter that of the word! Only when you desire Mt. Dora Nursery packing
and Mrs E.V.. Hayes, celebratedhis Crews, Mrs. J. S. Butler Mrs. J. L. Mrs. Demorest. was enclosed in the "Kourler" of to enrich your coffers with the .ouee nearing completion at Ockla-
fourth Saturday October, 1928. In dollars that the dupes send you waha Nurseries south of this
blrtclay anniversary Frazee" Mrs. Nolan Canova, Mrs. answer to this city. Policy
with for number of SOFT OR HOLID? miserable effort do you break Into print! Purge Florida $4,500.000
a party a J. C. Hoover. Mrs. It. S. Carleton, to further YQur spent: on
Ills little friends. Mrs. D. I Ames, Miss Minnie Grub- own Interests, I want to tell you your ranks of the vermin like road and bridge construction dur- II I
The little folks played many er, Miss Claudia Ollchrlst, Miss If I believed some things I hear, that I am a native of Georgia, a Stephenson, and then you can talk ing first eight months of 1928. I Vitaphone Pro/O'all1S/

games and frolicked on the lawn Ethel Grime, Miss Virginia Weeks, Or half the things I nee- Protestant, and a charter memberof Americanism! Acme Fruit Co., establishes Will
then Invited into the dining I'd fear the John B. Gordon You, barking at Smith, the at Crescent to be be shoo ,
were Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs. L. Wy- my Dixieland was not Klavern No. plant City, knownas w d.,
room which was decorated In halt man, Mrs. W. B. Parks, Mrs. Bryan Just what it used to be. 24, Realm of.",Florlda; and, as an greatest governor that this country Em fa Fruit Company. !I '
t i lowe'en colors and figures. The Parka of Atlanta, Mrs. C. F. 'TIs the most distressful mixup American, I protest with all the has ever seen, remind one of the Now hotels costing a total of The
t { large birthday cake was cut and Hoover Mrs. H. C. Wall Miss Ma- That ever I'have found, spirit of my forefathers, the men puny efforts of the lap-loving Pek- nearly $200,000 were started in 'I
the young guests were served Ice ble Weller, Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mrs. Since Shamrock was forbiddenTo who fought to make our southland I ingese in its attempt -to frighten Florida during August. FLORIDTHEATRE
cream and cake. Mrs. Hayes was L. F." Smith, Mrs. D. A. Montleth, grow on Irish ground! the great part of the United States the thoroughbred, full-blooded Gainesville-New theater opens
I
I assisted In looking after their Mrs. S. L. Peek. that it now is. Great Dane. I
,
r pleasure by Miss Louise Hayes The greatest puzzle of it all I remember the greatness of Has there ever been a man In here.Plant City-New $6,000 Jail
and Miss Lena Belle Shepard. I[ haven't solved Beauregard, the history of the world who did
ItltllHJK: ,HKRIKH: as yetI Longstreet, Stephen will be erected here. Starting .
( The little host's guest Included 1 I I hear that wet cannot be dry, O'Mallory, Major General Bullock, not possess one redemlng quality? Fort Pierce plans better water \Ionaav
Louisa Stearns, Gloria Buford And see that dry is wet! Rear Admiral Benson, all sons of Your answer will be "yes," or supply. NOVEMBER:\
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley gavea 5th
LtP Freeman Register, Jr., Jacquelln Preachers preach that politics the south, staunch American citizens probably: "AI Smith"! But you
I and Joe Andrews, III, Ida Lulu series. of' bridge parties at their Mean our souls' salvation. and Catholics, who, in the play to the gullible, not to the 484,642 Miami during cuts) city expenses ended June$1- WITH THRH.,,H. ,,jj!,,..pjCHANT
t home on Walnut street Thursday year
and Marjorie Davis, Juinlta and All the dls-robed Ku Klux Klan hour of need that our southland, more intelligent for America I
30 1928. .
!and Friday evenings. BH!< w ,
Sara Barefoot, Frank Hemingway, Have donned a "Hoover Apron". and later, the United States was (thank God) has given; us men like Dade City-Colonial Theater ('K .,
Jr.. Mary Harriet and Harold BIshop The rooms of the lower floor facing, were ready to give theft- all Senator George of Georgia, Carter !

C. Il. Hayes, Jr.. Klolse and were gayly decorated with Hallowe'en And tell us we're In dangerOf to the cause, that is, the protectionof Glass, Tom Hardwick, Cole lease,' Improved.Stuart-Laying rock East 4th JONDATl''ESD.Y
Joyce Hayes A. J. Thomas, Jr., novelties and yellow cosmos the awful Pope of Home- our womanhood and the Joxephus Daniels, and others, so street boulevard being on rushed to I The ('n-cl.si| 1 i t,1 I"k| ,
5A John Launt, Janell Strickland of added to the effective arrange- And never say a word about vation of the Constitution preller-I' great, so clean, so good, that you, tutu
Wildwood, and Betty June Kpper- ment while appropriate little tal- The awfulness at home; United States.It with your pen dipped in filth, dare completion. 'THE TErmOR"Jay
bon of Jacksonville. lies In the design of girls with Where king bootleggers have a Ill-behooves you, or any other not castigate. They are the lead Tarpon Springs-New swings
t huge pumpkins completed the ef- handIn man, to aid In the election of the ers, not you! They are the ones, and giant wave being installed atchlldren's \V 'u"

tI 4'M'II IIOl'HK Hl'KXK; OFItltlLMANT fect. ruling our nation, nominee for the exalted office of when it comes time to defend home. playground at county .!\ McA'"oy and louiSt'
t +tl AFKAIIC Each evening the following And leave our wounded soldier president of this nation, which lathe America, who will be found In the Improvements
I awarded. Women's front ranks, protecting the fair Tarpon Springs Many FazcndaWED.&TUrRS.
e. prizes were boys greatest office in the world, in Arcade Hotel now ,
The Woman's club house was I first prizes were dainty boudoir To suffer deep privation.And and, in so doing, prosltute that office name of our nation with deeds, not under way. I
the scene of one of the most brilliant pillows and men's first prizes were drag; it Into the mud of religious slander! Fort Myers-Fire alarm system .
affair of the season Thursday electric auto cigar lighter and cig- while we vaguely wonder Intolerance, with the Very respectfully yours, here overhauled. ,
afternoon when Mesdames C. arette case with lighter. Consola- How such awful things can be- spreading of scandalous literature, J. D. LOCI
M. Inman, J A. Saul, C. A. tion prizes were Hand painted The "party" sits 'round Teapot filled with lies! Box 4013 Station A. of Gulf Coast Highway Association R'nn
t r Futch andl, M. Slstrunk cream and sugar sets and decks of Dome The eyes of the entire! work are Miami, Fla., Oct. 16, 1! 28.Or.MJ will be held in this city
i were joint hostesses to a bridge I cards. And calmly drinks the tea. upon us. They know that as far October 22-23. WHITE"!
party consisting of thirteen tables. The hostess, assisted by Miss 'Tis Insult that they oft'er- as Issues are concerned, the great \" VIOMMSTV 1.: TJoIt.: I MIami-Work on new $60,000 Vonlll
get
1111'I'rlll< mill
/ Orange comas In grateful arrangements Ethel Griffin, served appropriate As If our souls were dead! Democratic party is on the right T.lX.JT: AVAHIIIXOTO.NFriends passenger; airplane station and '
' + f were the flowers lined refreshments each evening.Mr. To bring disgrace to this proud I side; they know that prohibition, $27,000 steel hangar. I car full
}t q to decorate the large auditorium and Mrs. Beasley's guests land I as It Is now enforced Is nothing, here will be Interested I Dade City-500 feet new fire I II
''itv whore the tables were placed, and were Mr. and Mrs J. '\'. Andrews, Where our forefathers bled! but a huge joke, surrounded by to hear that Orion 1'. Llklns! Jr., hose purchased for local lire de- FRIDAY-SATURDAY
i4 ; hanging about the walls were huge Jr., Mr. and Mrs J. A. Saul, Dr. graft; murder, hpocrisy and utter I I of Lake City who ttf si nephew of partment. '
'STATJHTHEET
s black cats! pumpkins and other /figures and Mrs. I K. L. Hlggs; Ilev. and Let's keep the South's traditions disregard for all laws, breaking Col. J. L. Frazee and a talented Wane lni la Several cars of SIDII
I suggestive of Hallowe'en Mrs. R. S. Carleton, Mr. and Mrs. Uphold them one and all. down, the manhood and woman- I violinist, was entertained recentlyat grapefruit shipped from this coun- vn
Dark covers and orange table I II. V. Knight, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. I Answer, on election day hood of our nation, send- the home of Mr. )<;lIe Sheetz ty to recent clay./
;k markers wero used on the tables Frazee, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards The dear familiar call- ing Into hell the souls of millionaire manufacturer of the Eau Gallle-Florida Power &; CONRADEI: ( .
i and bon bon dishes/ held candles Mr. and Mrs J. S. Duller, i Vote for right: and honor, many of our young girls and celebrated Martha Washington Light Company erecting poles from
in 'Major and Mrs J. L. Peek Mr. For[ a statesman and luring them from candies. GAINESVILLPfflsbury
s forms of black cats and pump- a pal away the /bOYS.// Oleanders Hotel here to toll house
, ( kins. Hand) painted tallies carrying and Mrs N. Sternherg Mr. and Keep the old South solid ity of their homes, to bask On hearing the young artist, of on county bridge.
out the spirit of Halowe'en Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght, Mr. and By a solid vote for AllMary putrid atmosphere of night clubs ten summers In concert at Berlin, _
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l, were tillEd for keeping scores. Mrs Edward Burns, Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong! McGIll, turning the homes Into wlstillerles I Pa, Mr. Sheetz was so delightedwith n n
)high prize for the afternoon's II. C. Wall, Mr. and Mrs H. C. Lake Helen, Florida and breweries, bringing Into the I the simple and unaffected I -_--- -____:r-= ,n.--=-=-===.rGREEN'S -- .:.

', ,' flaying went to AHS\!! Lucille Hitch, Mr. and Mrs A. S. Crews, home the very thing that the Insincere -' manner with which he played from ,
ly t, Mitchell and proved to bu a hued Mr. and Mrs F. F. Stump, Mr. and OeNw00N .oeNONONO Anti-Saloon League sold they l memory- solos of considerable difficulty /
painted powder Jar and puff Mrs. Mrs S. L. Peek, Mr. and Mrs. De-,I : SAMPSON CITY would erndlrntn. and expression that he gave I
3 Vf II. Parks held second hIgh Wilt C. Jones of Gainesville. Mr. I0 I ("1"0" ThomiiM I I Hoover, t the lover of England j r a pressing! Invitation to Orion, Jr., STORE
as score; and was given a lemon set. and Mrs. Lenthall Wyman, Mr. and i rays "It's n noble experiment." I[ and his parents, Dr. and Mrs. O. P.
A set of curd holders and table Mrs, J. C. HobliiHon, Mr. and Mrs. I I.e.e...+........... F: i Then' to prove this, Andy Mellon, Llklns, to visit him at his palatial
> numbers combined was presented 1). I. Ames, Judge and Mrs. A. Z. We are very sorry to learn of I the owner of distilleries, has had I home In Washington ]">. C.
# y, to Mrs J. Maurice Kdwards: for AdUliiH, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Mon the death of 111'Y.. 8. Nabb. He him nominated, so that the doctor The evening of Sept. 21, Orion Flour 2410s. !o2D
low score tleth, Mr. nnd Mrs C. A. Knight; was 111 for several weeks and later ,: may continue with the noble experiment I Jr., gave a private recital in plain |
f At the end of four progressions !Mr. and Mrs. Knwson J. Davis, curried to St. Vincent's hospital and see to It that the pa- I the spacious drawing rooms before
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the hostesses norvel a fruit naiad Mr and Mrs 'r. J. Alderman, Mr. i I Jacksonville, and after a serious 'tlent American( citizen) would a select audience and was accorded w. ---
j Ik course Novelty Hallowe'en stick1 and! lire H. F. DemoreHt, Mr. unit ,! operation, died Saturday, Oct. 27. ,mover get better.Tammany I quite an ovation. Mr. Sheetz
I ore were used on the plate us fa- Mrs. U. M. SlHtrunk, Mr. and Mrs | He was laid to rest at New Hope I Is supposed to control win himself! so pleased with his Threads of Gold Flour Self-
I. t von C. A. Futch, Mr. and Mrs\ O. Kirk [ cemetery, Sunday evening Oct Smith. Even< agreed that It is true, J masterly rendition of several dlf- ,

Tho o sharing the afternoon Lewis, Mr. and Mrs 10. M. Johns, i 128. lie leaven to mourn his. death I' would we not be safer in the hands I cult numbers that he brought in' ____. ___ u__ _____ '
with the hostesses were: Mm.\ J, L Miss Mabel \Veller, Joe J. Truby, two daughters nnd< ono son, Mm. f of a man who Is controlled by I two of the most valuable violins of
J Peek, Mrs N. 1) Wainwright Mrs. Mrs O. L. Haynes, and Mrs. J. K. : Willie Mae Smith of Sampson City I Tammany than in the hands of a his collection of rare old Instruments I 24 lbs. icl
George B. Flynn, Mrs.\ J. W. An- Corpenlng.Mil. Mrs. Kthcl Morgan and Mr. DogauKnabb man who is controlled by Mellon, a Guernarlus and l a Strad Rising, - -

drews, Jr., Miss Elizabeth Andrews | Vane, Newberry, Forbes, Doheny, each of them worth a email for-
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? fi Mrs. II. V. Knight, Mrs. J. AXI\) MICS. DKMOUKSTKXTIKTAIV :: : MTB. Delia Thomas and daughter l Fall S'nclalr! Men who have n n '
<}: Iloblnson, Mrs. II. C. Hitch Miss : : Cleo were visiting in Jacksonville stolen millions from the American tune.He was much gratified when the i
' Myrtlce Jackson Miss Madge Mid- I Monday people, who have stolen millions child picked them up just ua It he Maxwell House Coffe lb. 50c
lleton, Miss Myrwln Jackson, Mrs Mr. and Mrs U. F. Demorest Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Morgan from the veterans of the World I had always used them, and seemed ,

J. Maurice Kdwards: Mrs. J. M.! entertained their nigh; bridge club and children of Urooker were vls- i War, men who have lowered the I equally( at home on the full size __ _.w __.__ J
forpenlng, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell on Saturday at their home. ItliiK here Sul urday. :standard of Americanism! it bas master instruments as on his own
Miss Lucille Mitchell, Mrs O. L. Baskets and vases of American Miss Novella King from near I j reached the level of the street smaller Steiner. Charmer Coffee lb.Ground .. 30c
Haynes, Mrs. II, J. Davis, Miss\ i beauty and red radiance roses arranged 1 Hampton, spent the week-end with gangster and crook? I This young artist has the good .- -
Florence Matthews, Mrs. It. F. I with fern formed the decorations I Miss Cleo Thomas. You mention alien. Do you forget 1 fortune of musical parents Ills J
Itemorest, Miss Kredrlka SIJ'uth.!) for the living room and : Mr. and Mrs Hogan Smith, Mr. Hint In the days of the Revolutionary mother being a pianist and singerof ------- ---

lire\ W. Wainwright, Mrs. 10). dln'ng: roofs, where the guests; and Mrs. Lonnie Morgan, made a war an alien came to note. Ills father, who has: for
M. Davis, Mrs. Jo). M. Johns, lira were entertained, and dainty band- I' business trip to Jacksonville one the aid of Washington? Kosclusko.a many years been well known aa a Coffee lb. 29c G

_n _____ ______ ____ day this week Pole Do you forget that Garnbuldl Vlollnst In the state of Florida, I ,
' u5ur'ur' ; Mr. Lucian Thomas of Jacksonville an Italian gave his all to gave him a tiny violin when he i s ,
::1 spent Tuesday with his mother this country? Do you forget that was six years old and started Or-
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D::1 lira Delia Thomas General Pershing, when he landed ion, Jr., in his'musical career Peanut Butter Ib. 25c 1
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::1 on French soil said: "Lafayette, They have many friends both 1b
w C::1 \V.M.: N. KNAIill we are here! lie remembered the north and south who are congratulating -
D::1 help given us in time of trouble. them and predicting for ------ ,

WHEN/ YOUR CHANCE COMES D J William S. Knabb age 63, of Lafayette, an alien! Can you for- their young son a bright futureIn 46c .d j
D] Sampson City, passed away Saturday get that on the banks of the Po- the musical world. Florida Is Syrup -1-2 gal. ,
D] evening, Oct. 27th In St. tomac, In a tomb, lies the bodyof fortunate In having a native son so .. Ir
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Vincent's hospital. Jacksonville an Unknown .
] oldier, and neither promising --- - -
I [D:] after an Illness of several week's you nor I nor anyone else can tell The Woman's club of Starke has '"

WILL YOU HE PREPARED TO ACT? D D] duration whether he Is an American, by extended the Llklns' an invitation Pork Ham lb. 20c .'
] The deceased had been connected birth, or an alien to appear in recital here and they - -

1.1 t 1 with the Smith Turpentine Co., Can you forget the deeds of the are planning/ do so soon. Many
I of that place for years, and since! fighting 69th of New York, Irish people here will remember Mrs.
it ; How many times have you seen somebody else invest 8 J the death of his wife several years descent? Have you forgotten the Liking as Miss Frazee who once 22c/ :9f,
I D J ago had made his home with a record of the Rainbow division, made her home in Starke. Sliced Pork Ham lb. I I

k. a comparatively small amount and reap rich rewards. 1 I i daughter, Mrs. Hogan Smith. made up from the melting! pot of -a ,
g 1 I
He was well known throughout citizenship of New York city? Do Fort Myers-Cement foundationof :
1 I. the county and his many friends yon remember the 26th division of' Thomas Goolsy Memorial scout b,
Are you always going to let somebody else do it-or are m myou 'I''! will mourn his departure. Massachusetts, 60 per cent alien I headquarters In city park completed FreshFishlb.121.2c' | ..
'I Funeral services were held Sun-- ; descendants? Have you forgotten .t..d
going to do something worth while yourself? f I: I day afternoon at New Hope cemetery 'j' that an alien Christopher Columbus -I, =
near Ilrooker. Dr. G. P. flay made It possible for you to Jacksonville Clay county
I mond. pastor of the Starke Baptist!: live In this great and wonderful Chamber of Commerce executive t r
church, oIllciHtlng, after which country of ours? Have you forgotten committee recently held meetingto I Il
\We 50c for Eggs
It usually takes money Prepare now for the oppor- Brooker Lodge F. & A. M., took I' that the author of the "con arrange for exhibits at State are paying
charge. DeWItt C. Jones, mortl- quered banner," the man who de Fair to be held here November 22 nl nlit
'. voted his life to the teachings of Gree Cove
tunity that is sure to come ( Springs-New port
ar-rangements Christ, yet In the South's hour of I able saw mill erected west of A .
need, served the I ..;;; = ==-:
Confederacy, and
The floral offerings were many with hU. gun to his shoulder, fired I .....-'--- .... .a ..--. __. .,..u_..._ -- ......P'" I
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WE INVITE YOU TO MAKE THIS HANK I and beautiful. He is survived by Into the union ranks? I refer to i y l"ib''ivLi( /Y.J E. 'orPElIg!
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i r1! two daughters and one son; Mesdames Father Ryan Was he taking orders ;, DOLLED --- --- -- -_ tT it.
Hogan Smith of Sampson from the pope? i ETfiNG I'vE 8EEN "t.AVENL.V, t CAt.LS
YOUR HANK: I VEP I
City, and L, L. Morgan of Brooker You appeal to the voters of the uP FOR 7MG WHAT ALA OF OUtZ' J
I DO'N OWN we: 6e.T(
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and Dogan Knabb of Sampson South, Why don't you tell them of PARTY PUSS ?. UISITE' Al't r
I City.Those the graft and corruption that has FACIAL' PRETTyFIE.R.S NOW (B,

1 attending from Starke prevailed under Republican rule LATELY/ QFtN v nI'M
were !Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, for the past eight years; of the disgraceful -;, / P mgpENirtf 1 iGS !' .
BANK OF STARKE I Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Crews, P. S. Republican negro rule a oRUG
McMillan and C. B. Hayes. and humiliation of the South; 'ot
I the fraud perpetrated on Tilden in j
l Members of the Florida Educa- the inauguration of Hayes; of the ,'
a tion Association will meet in Orlando blood that was shed on Southern'
November 30, In annual' soil; of the thousands of empty ''I LOOKING WJMpE cf..
A ROLL OF HONOR BANKE. state convention for what officials sleeves; of the iniquitous Force !i 0 TMP( -
of the organization predict will be bill; of the unfair and dangerous :: EvEr4tNG 'G=" S
one of the greatest gatherings In Antl-Lynch bill, which the Kepub- : '

S. Matthews Pres. R. J. Davis Cashier I the history of Florida educational! Jeans pledged to pass? Have you Gild the lily .adorn Corpening's Drug store 'di
g II week The convention this year" forgotten Jefferson Davis in prison, I the rose-make life more beau. i

I will) last two days instead of three, with arms and legs shackled In j tiful, more thoroughly enjoyable. Spend some of ..-TT o _. Store"your
I and will be something of an experiment irons? Have you forgotten that ,I time and in this ne :re
money pleasant It'sa
seasonally speaking, as In Tammany and Catholics set him j! place. u
j past years the meeting has always free? Tell these things, if you are I health and merchappiness habit. Starke Fla. I, x4tu
been held around Christmas, the angel you profess to be; If you ,


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U LrtnS'25'u c 525 5u25'u 5L I ..i!!; und spent the day with Mrs. .. ... .. ... ... I St Augustine Ilobiiildlng crow Mulberry New $ l .500,000 homn o /

L.lkinn' brother ajuj\' sister-in-law, j. : A % atop the Cathedral here In pros- of United Drotherhood) of Carpenters -
Col. and Mrs. J. 4. }'razee. They CENT WORn ress. and Joiners on Lake Gibson r

Bits of were accompanied' home by Col. I I Church Services Plant City-Hi-Grade Bakery dedicated

and Mrs. Frazee'g grand-son, Tay- COLUMN on Kant l: Halnes makes extensive ,t

lor Belcher who spent the weekend <$. <*> .*.41> .$> .*> <$. repairs to premises. St. Augustine/ -Building permits "
with them at their cottage on FOIl SALECabbage plants. A. I Issued here for September totaled

I local 1 : Nevs; ? Atlantic Beach HAI-TIST -Ilronko---..-,- Starke.- .. -11-2-lt. :! I Progress I Fort, 1\ln'rft-.nulldlng here. boom, InI I $23.803.Fort 4 r'r'r r!

FOIl HKNT--Fnrnlstied:=" Plt'r'e.-Two more fish NI
apartment Plant s
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City New Ailing sta
Among. those coming here for Sunday school at 10 a. m., J. F.Klckliter I / packing houses here will ,
In town. J. F. Klcklltrr lion be recon "
- the funeral services and burialIn supt. opened at 314 East Heynoldsst I structed.
Concerning Our People Business and 8-3-tf 1
New River cemetery of Mrs. Worship at 11 a. m. Temper reet. '
of the County and Town. FOIl NT-.7-room house, good Orlando-Ground broken v 'l
Progress Mary Catherine Plnholater of 1\11- ance sermon. At 7 p. m. there Mayo Construction of new for
ami were: Mr. and Mrs. Wilson will be a musical program by the condition, on- Madison street H. Land-Lancaster building at Main construction of new First Christian
Pinholster of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. A. Green. 11-2-tf. and Monroe church on Jefferson street.
n. Y. P. U. See announcement in streets under
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i:1.-------i illVtth : WM!I J* JZ> J k>I Clyde Ward of Jacksonville. Mr. this paper. Remember the time. FOR HUNT-Furnished apartment Telephone service In Lake Worth
u; ; and "" iiiiiiiiiilll""III.i i imtlii4i! iiniuiiimiiiiffliiiiiiliiiJtiiii: / uiNOTICE .,,,, .tl'
REPORT1928 : his Mrs. Theodore of Clemens of Seven o'clock. This wall! i n '
en parents, and Mrs C. will be Inter- with all modern conven disabled by recent storm gradually t
: F. Hoover. Miami. Mr. and Mrs E. N. Alexander esting and helpful to all. iences. Mrs. Hum rick. It* getting/ back to normal. J fir('

,...a. \ a Inverness-City council
ms er approves e
v111e.
Max. Win. Preclp. 1IAITISTNext LOST Drown Jersey cow dehorned plans for \
e Friends will be glad to hear that numbering houses In thisplace. \.I,
83 65 .01 Mr. and daughter Free of Hampton, supposed" to have young calf. '
:! 86 65 ..ooI have and moved Mrs. back W. J.to Epperson Starke, and Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Pinholster and Sunday evening Nov. 4th Heward. See 13. J. Dowllng/ ,, 1 Melbourne Floridian Steam The 1928 tax roll i is 1 S '1

I 72 60 .00 are occupying an apartment at the son, and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. John- the Junior and Intermediate B. Y. Starke, 1122t. Laundry reponed after fire damage now open for payment of

:'J 73 60 ,00i J. S. Malpas residence. son and children of Jacksonville P. U., will hold a splendid' pro- FOR RENT Furnished la repaired.
i 76 49 ,00 Mrs. Clemens of Miami Mrs Mary gram of music beginning at 7:00: or with apartments Winter Harden---Golden Uroth- 1928 taxes!:!
) 75 64 .00 Sauser Mrs. Saucer and Miss Sau- o'clock. There will be an orchestra rooms fireplaceand era Company .
Mrs. Lucy Powell has returnedto private bath. See Miss Ad- expands business by I 2 per cent allowed for '
.00 of Mr. Marlon Moor of
79 66 ser Baldwin comprised different instruments addition of large salesroom. t
S Starke to
after die Halsden 11-2-tf. present
75 55 .00 a visit of two Mrs. Davis and Mr and Mrs. Lee violins saxophone etc., and store.l November payments. I II rl
s .4 63 months with relatives In Wlnston- Howell of Jacksonville Mrs. Theo- vocal music by Mrs. J. S. Butler LOST-Heddlsirbrown hat;matchIng Key West i I '

1 Carolina.The Salem and. other places of North dore Clemens Mrs. E. N. Alexander Miss\ Ethel Griffin, Mr. John Pow- raincoat between schoolhouse slip\ at No Name-Building Key progressing./ of terry; i 1 per cent allowed for ''I! ( 4

I ulnlal' 'J ________.01 Mrs. A. J. Johnson, Mrs.\ L. ell and others and Courtesy Service Station Melbourne -- Melbourne state I Iii December payments w lr b II
1 A. Wynn and Ed. Pin holster are Prof. Laurie Ray will address Return to Mrs. J. F. Col- Hank reorganized.Klglil I t .,

ETl [furl/, .1 u Jacksonville was regular meeting of the O. E. children of Mrs.\ PIn holster. the young people on "Keeping fit". ley. It. / I new silos were constructed I : Books closed April 1. : ,
S. No. 1C6 will be held Monday __nIB __ ____ A number of good old familiar in Polk
F'-da \VANTED-Chickens County during w '
) for cash. / Bummer. 1929.
1 e -- night 7:30: o'clock In the Masonic <'.\ > OF THANKS hymns will be enjoyed by all. This I St. Augustine :
Hens or Fryers. John Mutton, -Paving of Scenic -
building All members are askedto promises to be a treat for all who 'I
I 1-2 beach road advocated. E. W. HAYES
ed Mih L A. Davis spent mile north of Starke on :
attend.
\VY We desire to thank each and ev- will attend. Sunday evening 7:00: Frost"
ksonvllle. highway. 10-26-2t proof-L. Maxcy I Ine', increases -
y n eryone who so kindly extended( o'clock. I capital stock from '100.- 1 t. Tax Collector a 44

InlliSt' -- !hire E. E. Canvou J. J. Canova, i their help and sympathy In ourjcreavement. FOR SALK-Shafting, pulleys 000 to 300000. .
Knight spent the | \ "tllnlMHl I I,,'I.'I!N H Mr. and' !Mrs T. J. Griffin were AJso we appreciate FIRST CHRISTIAN OIl'ItCH speed! pulleys and hangers dla- | J'I!!!' 'l"!.'II"I.: !.: I !!C' 'R
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he ",'i>Hk in Jacksonville. those the beautiful floral -- -- -- '-"-- -- ----- --. -------------- .
: from deeply ,
among Starke attending many carded in remodeling; of our I rI'==== .
the funeral held Friday in offering, all\ of which have done Sunday school each Lord's day press room. In A-1 condition r
jiulM; nt Slernbcrji'si. Lake City for W. It. Canova. much to comfort us in our hours of at 10 a. m., W. W. Bulsden supt. and will be sold cheap. Telejgraph. I,

I sadness Church services held the first Starke, Fla. tf. I' HONEST FEARLESS INDEPENDENT 1.11'F. :

I I Attorney II. V. lnlght The Ladles' Auxiliary of the I Mrs. P. B. Hunt, Sunday of each month at 11 a. m. j

jMaoUenny Friday on pro- Presbyterian church will meet Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Sasser. and 7:30: p. m., by Rev. Dixon of FOIt SALE!:-Kurnlttire. Walnut I

llbusmeiis: i Tuesday, Nov. 6, eight o'clock at Mr. and Mrs S. M. Simmons. lacksonvllle. Everbody welcome. dining room set Queen Anne A. STROUP if
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-- the home of Mrs J. M. Mitchell.A style upholstered In blue leather ,
r.nn OK THANKS riiKHi: Y'riiuTx:
; breakfast set; 40 yards mut-
1)) K.; Knight spent the first short session Is planned and every J
eek 'n' Punta Gorda where member Is asked to be present. ling; linoleum; wood stove; I 1 1\\
We wish to extend to all our Geo. II. other household articles '', '
( -mate Interests. (Rev. Lowry. Pastor. ) many 'I Republican Candidate for j ,
real' j ;
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Those Dollar SliirtH. lit SI'I'IIbc'rl's friends our most sincere thanksfor 10 a. m., Sunday school J. M. See Mrs.\ 1) I. Ames, 2 miles out > \

Lnd Mn-l Orville Griffis of can't IM |H'H(. ,their many kindnesses! during Pruby, supt. on Luke Duller road.! 11-2-lt. \ | STATETJUL1SU1UUr. \ 'i "
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the sickness and death of hus E ,
,I. Uutll' were visitors In -.--- our 11 a. m., Morning\ worship, sermon I ;
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,uula', Mrs. Fred A,' Sapp and littledallll1tpl' band and father. J. A. Brooks. We by the pastor Seed Oats and Rye Most:: of the newly elected state ollit'cl'will: belong s )
appreciate their sentiments shown 6:30: m., Christian Endeavor.: I
p.
; Lorraine, who have been "
f g; s i ur" oil spent the week visiting Mrs. Supp's parents. Mr. III the beautiful flowers given 7:30: p. in., Evening/ worship, FOR SALERustproof to the !same' faction that has controlled the affairs of the I ,

II in 'acting the State Den"Io'.lclollll'unrl' and Mrs. E. 1'. Stevens in Lees- Mrs. J. A. Brooks and family. song service followed by sermon. Burt 90-Day, and Fulg- j '

11 1iallnl burg, for several weeks have returned e NOTH'lfThe ) Prayer meeting, Wednesday at hum Oats. Florida Rye ,I state for years. Independent! of this group, F. A. Stroup' f.

home. SPm.-A cordial. invitation to all and Abruzzi RyoJ will check extravagances. He j is a farmer and has a i'
Suit for our '
IIntI.lnl -
regular meeting: of the JunIor I )
SI."IM./.H./ !Mr. and Mrs. L. 19. Miner and Girls club, will meet at the services extended to all.\ Wholesale prices. Call'or wide cxprcricnco in banking, ,railroading, business 1'
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dulighter Pauline of New Smyrna dub house Wednnsday afternoon I write. Seminole Seed: '

e MHIIour pecans see who spent the weekend here with
in ,uir entire crop. S. Mrs. Laura I. Powell were acconi- hers are requested to bring their this paper.Jllhl'iNO. "

I ( (md P. Store It* panted home by Mrs. J. II. Fields(! dues so as to get In line for the Florida. 10-19-U. I.. AIR STKOUI KNOWS\: THE NKKI1; FOR ECONOMY I.I '
and little daughter, Hazel Irene. ear'a work. : : O1'( TIM ('1111.-

't PI-HI the week-end \ DUIOF: t'U)M'IIUH.\CV: : PalmettoSouth end of now IN: PlIIIMC EXPENDITURES: : ,,
guest\ \ of Mr. and Col. and Mrs. E. M. Johns und (IMITKKV: : : \\OKIINUA I Ilayulioie Road t to Tampa now under F.1

.. '1" Miss Florence Matthews! were At the home of Mr. and Mrs. count ruction.Leexburg Paid Political Adv.

wore among those from here attending cemetery working will be heldat LL Hitch on Saturday, 'Nov. 3, J'1 Tuvares and CJulf:

spending the the North Carolina State'lorida fit SinaI cemetery on Thursday, 3:30: o'clock. Misses /Eloise. Hullroad Installs equipment, fin1 .: .
-mun attending to } football game'! In Jacksonville Nov. 8th.\ Everyone Invited to and Murlu Weeks win entertain. hlnery and l tools In local shop\ at -
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come and help. We want also to the : -"
Saturday. members of the Ruby Davis total expenditure of 2300. + jai

--- make arrangements; to build a "Memorial Chapter of the Children 1'restonHauling, of gravel for I.I Ii
1 mi u of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh L. Urown- fence around the property. O. W. of the Confederacy. This being/ Goose: Lake road In progress. i LANTERNS I

J e (r a'; 'iid wlth'hls'' moth- lee. Jr.. left Slarka Thursday afternoon Uynl. the first regular business/ and his- j .------- .- I
F.mmll < anova.ii by automobile for -- .. o\- orlcal meeting of the ttoaaon, It ;, 1: I: COLE:MAN GAS HEATERS LAMPS a
.I KHKI'.l..t'rKiN; : +
Ala., where they will visits! AUbllrn'l la very urgent that all the members I It t tI

.i .nt Tampa spent for a few days before .' and the children wishing to I
i Starke; und Lawn Birmingham, Ala., where Jesse J. Atkinson, 79. of 1950 become members bo present Best DeWitt C.
Jones
make thelhome.. {I I Thomas street, diet yesterday following The historical work for the afternoon t\ : I ft
a lengthy Illness, Mr. Atkinson t'I'I s
------ planned l y our general ,
was.a. native of North Caro T.IKI-: '
: n (turns Mrs L. \Vyr Mr. and Mrs Harper left Sun- director is ns follows: HARDWARE t '
Una but has .
lived In Floridator '
1 r i d) Mi' (' Hoover spent dayfor Jacksonville and from the last fifty-nine 1. Where Is New Orleans )located (' : ; ; .,-.,-.-..-,.-,.-,-.-..-.-..-..-..-...-.-.,-,-,-..-..-,.--..--t1
,dal i I' t'liursday In Ocala. here Mrs. Harper went to Nash- years ?
ville. Tenn., to visit her parents making his home near Callahan 2.Vllo founded It? Who I !
named Florida State1 : ; '
II. until eight years ago when he 'IIuuIIuunuuhISIINIIIILsIII I IIll1lUIII IuauepnauseaIYiIIwwIIIIwIII5nepuIIOUmulIpllrNlll'udlApuISL,, i' 1 '" ':, IIIIlllItIIIIIIIIII"""""" IIIIII' ,,1 I ,
: W.
;1 i-iffln was hostess towing Mr. and Mrs.! Owen whiles I it, and why was this name I :
came to Jacksonville. lie
:. club] on Moni Mr. Harper Is In New Orleans at- was a chosen? '
membe-r of the Methodist church.Besides HAROLD C. \TALLINSURANCE
I i on Walnut street. i tending to business 3. What Is Its connection with ""
.. II __.____ his widow he Is survived! the history of Confederacy? 1 Fair
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ire' Mrs W. J. Griffin and :\1o'\I'H luIs $:I, SI! I. t33 I; lmd! $11 by two daughters, "Mrs. Lovle E. 4. What people distinguished\ : 1 '::
Lake
Lang City Fla., Mrs Margaret -
) '.rillln; of Jacksonville at !Hterubrrg's.Mlas / cither in stale or national history ;: '
Conner Jacksonville tour \ J.1'KHOS.'lLLl'IJas.
rnaa: '"Ue with Mrs. O. J.I I born I 1
were here? What writers? {
STAHKI3 FI.OltllM) f
sons, \Vm. Oscar Atkinson, Curtis "r
I|I Margaret Long[ Miss Myr- musicians artists?
.--- I I I Lien Jackson Miss| Myrwln Jackson.' Atkinson John W. Atkinson, all\ 5. Tell name story about It, I 'Jlrl'Hrnts( the fleet lc'IIdtJ1""uruI! / : Companies, J '

.no' \(11( H[ E. Mott of Mr. and :Mrs. II. C. Wall. Dr. H. S. of Jacksonville, Starke,and Fla.Findlay, one sister C. Atkinson either history or tradition at any 22 Dec. 1DAY 1 ii FIn!'], ACCIDENT t-IFB AUTOMOBILE BOND, LIABILITY I I F }
"".:(u were house guests : Carroll T. T. Long 1) P. Carpenter period of Its history I .l I
Mrs. Martha Morris, Vlnceboro, N. AIUl'HT5IIJ.NTH: I'UOMPTLY:
SMDM:
1\'c K -lid of Mr. and. Mrs. I Gerald Mlddleton< < CharlesDarby C. Mrs. L. A. Davle. dlrcctoress. I j

f Dtmorc it i and Murrah Rooks, were ducted Funeral in the services Albritton will be con- Mrs. J. 1\(. Brownlee, asst. AND NIGHT, i ,/-niiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiittiiiiiiiiiimiiiii'miiiiimiiimiiiuii" '''' ''' '''' ''''!!!!'.'!_ !!''!''!!. !'"!'IpGNAIIIIIIIItf/u11In1111uuM"14111unFIINIINi/ANIIXIII111,4!!!! ',!!! / ''''''''''' "'.''' ''' ,! !' ''iiiiiiiiiimiiiniiiiiigiiiriii"iiitiiii''''''''' '!' !!(| ) ''' ,, _

I among those spending Sunday af- cemetery S----- __'__' n __n .__
,ma Mrn W O. Wahlenbergndlni ternoon and evening In Jackson: near Callahan today at 3:30: p. m. Winter Garden Old Baptist SO.MEOFTIIK"' 1 192R!>

n month here and are ville. The Rev. Hall of the Syrmlna church being converted into mod ._.,_._._.._-,-,_..__._._,._.,-,_.._._.._.._.._.._.,-._.?*
il I Iln..n Baptist church officiating. The funeral
ipartment( In the N.
---------- ern apartment house I 4
Ii home The members of the ]Executive cortege will leave the home I FEATURESlorliln'o I t
.- Board of the Woman's Club of for t the cemetery at 1:30: p. m. The Palmetto Pulmetao Canning J r
Seashole Funeral Parlors are In Company moves to larger quartersIn ARE YOU NEW\ IN BRADFORD
and Mi j n. Lord return- Starke will hold a meeting Wednesday !- Whittle building.St. .
charge of arrangements
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.dIlP.JdanIght from Lake morning, Nov. 6. 10 o'clockat (irrnirot Itnlrjr Cut- I '

hen ''hey spent five days the clubhouse.! All membersare -- DKATIIS: S Augustine--New filling sta- tic "10......
Bl Ir8: lessle Cook urged to be present as important tion opened at San Marco avenue I
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l.luhrrith'N l-'lllthl In fired
-- -'business Is to come up before Mary Pinholster, 73, died at her and Horn Road I COUNTY
I our Full shopping nt Ktci-n- the board. .....k" I .
/ home in Miami October 29th.
I and. .... ,. .- rr
HUH' mClJu'). Body was brought to Starke and 1'1': | .'* "rii>n
  • _.a- Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Eppersonand burial held at New River cemetery
    T A Brlnson and Mrs. children of Jacksonville! and Wednesday afternoon. Rev. L. W. Say it with Flowers I I Where you are tourist season visitor or new resident;

    John of Hugh and Bald- Mr. and Mrs. Dale Vanslckel of Kickllter of Starke, ofllcltalng. Fl..rliln'" llNh. and (...n.. i

    101> Friday! in starke with Gainesville, spent Sunday with Mr.Epperson's Mrs. Maud Kelly 34, of nllshI Flowers For All (alive) I this bank: can and Is willing to extend you many cour
    E 'r' ''nening. and Mrs. Vansi<'kel'lI
    nell, died Tuesday at Ralford. 1Iu r-
    and Mrs. W. J. Occasions Johnny J, ... Juiirv Known
    parents Sheriff I1111 I services were held Wednesday
    Mai( tesies. There are many personal helps outside of the g'p
    l>Dickens who has Epperson.Once afternoon at Sapp cemetery. 1fI::. .IHHI In 1'rlnr I'rrmlammfiolil ,
    (le gin, )jt of Mrs. J. M. .
    P. B. Hunt 60, of Hamptondied I
    1'& and Sirs W L. Wall has In a Blue Moon is being diligently at his home there Thursday Gertrude Godbcy I Vrilnl .tmrrlcnn l'uuilryShow. customary regularities of good banking that our officers g

    H 'i' T home In Chester, rehearsed by local talent Oct. 25th. Funeral services and Anderson .

    and will be presented on Novem burial at Santa Fe cemetery the --- Tnu hand (oilrrrt bully have formed the habit of offering newcomers to Bradford (

    ber 23rd, at the High School audi following day.Christine I
    CIYIIE feels Phone 3t Waldo, Fla. I 1.1 Thrllllnic Illillnic I .l4-r"
    Alvarez Mrs. Anna I torlum. The management Gordon died at. the I county. I i iI
    Mj' it lacksonvllle[ and two ,confident this beautiful operetta Marr hospital Starke Friday Oc- 1'1..1.I&.I..U. KmhlfiM: I I I
    (pent ruesday at the Kelly with the approval of the --- 1
    will meet tober 26th. Funeral services at the 4// KI.MIr Knrnltnl linyMoulk'
    >n i-'eke Kingsley. audience.
    -- ---- Sapp cemetery Saturday. YOU CAN GET IN STARKE: I Lnricrnt I'lic Show : This bank has become known as "The Friendly Bank"through i j
    I
    '' Ann"ita Williams who U The Intermediate G. A.'s of the TillS .MAX ;KiilS: : lu :Ll' I II ><->cr. firm I':'p".llli>n

    'log Florida State College Baptist church will meet Monday: Replacements for all kinds. ot 4 i the constant efforts of our complete organization -
    -Il Judging 4'untrMln
    t couple of days recently afternoon 3:45: o'clock at the homeof G. W. Dunlop who was picked

    J'lth net parents Mr. and Mrs.V. J, Epperson.: All members up on the Lake Butler road some eye glasses Including spectacle I I'' I"'"m...... Outdoor AttrnrtlnnwN to please each patron. You will find every modern )

    I". J W ll.ams.: are urged to be present and two weeks ago unconscious with frame temples and screws |>rlnl "hid I." MldwarMom .

    -Jamn-- David, who U:vlsltf' asked Christmas to bring box to some be sent gift to for their the! fever be, out has aga'n.suClciently Talking recoveredto with a }'Jne'lItdl and
    Daren- Mr. and and Mrs. missionary Miss Raymond who Is reporter Tuesday, Dunlop statedhe ales n/lra"ln": / Kdurndunnl: School. .-:...11111. I
    8rjar.i of FrI- Phlllipines. wanted the Telegraph to assist financial business with the addition of a broad local ; t
    Hugh II
    In the
    spent .
    I We have for sale Jewerly (hamplunBblp ('nt ..oJ II .K
    ''* with her sister, Mrs. J. ----- him in locating. work of any kindor
    'penr.: :- Mr. E. J. Roberts of Lawtey, description; that he was electrician watches cut glass silverware, Know. banking experience extending back over many years.

    Mrs. J. J. Rlgdon and son Lacy by trade but he would do alarm clocks eye glasses, etc. r.lKnntli* Mnphlnvrr. Jl.plny l .
    WIT Weeks chapter U. of Starke and Rev. W. M. Moodyof any sort of odd jobs to get on his IndiiMtrlnl ftI..
    Hlp* HMf.
    l ':Id its regular meet- Lacrosse, attended the Mount feet again. A letter from his wife Htarke. Florida fl

    'ie
    *. ..1 Mrs. L. H. Hill In at Sarasota which lasted from desltute condition of the family SATISF.ACTION'W !9 DIG DAYS AND ;
    r. Tuesday through Sunday. While the mother and children all suffer- i

    there the party had the opportunity .ng from malaria fever with noth-

    r 8t. )Mark' Auxiliary of the of seeing the big/ Rlngllng and ing to buy medicine or food. J. ILIFFEJeweler NIGHTSFLORIDA

    ;'Pal' "irch' will give a bene- Barnum and Bailey Pros. circus. Dunlop I Is not seeking charity m. Bradford County's Financial Stronghold
    1 Pirt7 Friday Nov. 2nd. but he wants the people of this "

    .I'' at the Woman's club AH kind. of Kmbroldrry: work section to give him any sort of odd and STATE FAIR I
    I
    ran be found at Members'*. jobs that will assist him In caring ''J
    for his family and to remove them Expert Watchmaker'Htarkr
    STARKE FLORIDA
    Jacksonville
    and Mrs!! Cyrus Hoover have Dr. and MM. O. P. Llkln and from the malarial zone' along the Fla.' .
    -tiS: 1 t motored Santa Fe river. Our citizen
    their home In Miami young. son Orion. Jr. can 1

    lIa'I1:: spent! some time here over from Lake City Friday morn- get In touch with thin man either I 1'x.t door: to Steam: rrasalnj! Co. .
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    I'o: : : '- --:::.j I'i perienced pecan growers It Is not here visiting her many friends

    necessary to say anything about I Mrs J. L Cooke of Brunswick: ,

    'I' tho manner of knocking nuts ol Ga, arrived on Saturday for a visit

    Farmers & Farming. the trees but a very Important with her mother, Mrs. L. G. Johns. -

    3 point to keep In mind In this con- Among those attending the Hal- i

    nertlon Is to knock the nuts In lowe'en party at Hawthorn givenat ;

    (IJy Agricultural Editor) such a way that there will be no the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. O.
    damage done to the young twigs Bennett were: Mrs. W. C. Thomas.
    _h' .. __ __.__h_ _._ .__ _. _____ ou_ I that will produce the nuts during Wilma Alexander, Annie Laura j

    Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles I 'the next season." says O. II. Black Tucker. E. May Jones, M. C.
    mon, pecan culturlst of the Florida i iI Sweeney and C. E. Heath, Jr.
    of Farm Experiences and Methods FoundTo I Experiment Station. J. F. Johnson and family, Mrs. f

    lie Best Suited to Our Country "The pecans should be permitted Mary Prevail and Miss Marlon ( .

    to remain on the tree until Jones the guests of Mrs.
    were
    L ._. ...........- ::JI.===.-=______ _.
    -- --------- unless
    ---------=- -.. -- .- ia. thoroughly mature they Eugene; Gnann at Fairbanks[ last
    are being carried off by squirrels, ti
    : MTK Experiment Station LAM f "SHOLI.It' Hi: r.VK.IITAM crows, blue-Jays or some other enemles. and Mrs.V.. O. Bennett, .h4'tL
    In which case It will be necessary -
    Misses Rachel and Katherine Bennett -
    I) i'HKi roit CHOI hOOD i
    Gives Summary Of to harvest just as soon as and Mr. Harry Capell, of ,
    the husks begin! to pop. All nuts, Hawthorne spent Sunday after-
    Corn Tests "He who owns the soil owns up If thoroughly mature, can be shaken noon here visiting friends.
    Variety "
    to the sky Nays old Juvenal. olt by jarring the branches, but
    That means that anything of value for earlier harvesting use poles to Death of 1". I!. Hunt

    Gainenvllle Fla.-Corn variety being found In the air belongs to tap the clusters In such a way that The many friends here of P. B

    tests conducted at the Florida Experiment the land under it. One of the the nuts will be knocked off. Bam- Hunt were saddened to learn of his

    : Station Indicate that the most valuable properltes of the air boo poles are the best for use In death, which occurred on Thursday -

    five leading varieties are Hastings, covering: every man's farm Is nI- harvesting pecans October 25, at 1:10: p. m.

    Kllgore. Whatley, TIsdale and trogen. "The ground under the tree Although Mr. Hunt had been In''

    Smith. These varieties have shownup There are a number of different[ should be clean and a canvas or ill health for quite a while the <'
    best for the past four yearn In kinds of plant foods that are required burlap cloth spread around each end came suddenly and without a'

    competition with a large numberof for plant growth. How( true when harvesting, otherwise warning. The pains ceased, the '

    others. ever, most of these are present in time will be consumed In hunting suffering' was over, and a soul I aKmww.w..... ...-...? -
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    For the four-year I period liUG8 the land In sufficient quantity. It the nuts and many of them will went home to God to rest In peace ...... M

    }' :! I the Tlsdale has the best record, li hardly ever necessary to add be lost" says Mr. Blackmon. forever. I

    hiving an average yield of 28.0! i iI more than three foods-phosphor- Preston D. Hunt was born near ri
    nupliel I per acre. Hastings; conies I us potash, and nlrtogen. Of these .......................... Lake City in Columbia county on

    next with 25.81, and Smith follows I three, nitrogen! is most easily lost ... TT ftMl "'Tm"Y August 22, 1867 and was, there-
    closely with 2485. Figured from the soil, and Is one of the
    d fnrn. 61 years of age. He tad resided i
    for the other two varieties are incomplete most expensive plant foods to be ,I. .** Ate Nlnimi>, Cor. .. ; in Hampton for over 261 1h.oe lr= lSfif ]

    for the four-year period. bought. ................... years, and was always a highly respected MDB90MM l! JUu. [ x '
    The beets have been conducted However, nature has provided us A. C. Dennlson spent Sunday In citizen of this town having rsa+evno.v ee. r \

    by Fred, II. lIull of the agronomy; a good way to capture nitrogen Jacksonville. been connected with the Geor- Wrsav i
    department this year.! In addition from the air where It Is abundant I The school of Hampton presents"A gia Southern and Florida Railroad ,; I
    free. All have to do Is to Preplexlng Situation" In two
    and we
    to getting/ a. record( of the yieldper for many years.
    1 acre he has also> obtained figures set our nitrogen( trap. I acts at the Masonic hall, Hampton .
    on the percentage of moisture This nitrogen I trap! Is simple[ and November 2nd at 8 p. m. The funeral was held on Fridayat scow Ptmn nt. ur1n5T

    rl' and shelling percentage of the different [ easy to net. It consists of leguminous I !Mr and Mrs Run Haynes and 2:30: p. m. In the Methodist PL002 pLAu rrl'F
    church Rev. Clarke, of Waldo, officiating i
    have to do little daughter. Martha, of Winter ,
    vuretleett ; crops, and all we { ---t '"'"1.
    to set [It Is to plant these leguminous ; i Haven left Saturday for their assisted! by Rev. Norris:

    When these factors are taken crops. The little nodules on home after spending a week )herewith or Lacrosse. A beautiful song of A HOl'SIJ} WITH AX: i.X- Untie from the cellar to the third obtained for ;, ,.
    into consideration! the ranking of Home' .1 ''''Ii ,,
    comfort wassung um
    the roots of these crops then set relatives. : "Gathering CEI"TIII.I'I.S: :: floor with doors at the first and the bulld'lim,
    the live varieties during the 1028 and Paul > i I'' ,
    Mrs. Green
    by
    to work and take nitrogen from Miss Margaret: Thompson recently second floor levels. House IIAI 1
    lest In KB follows: Hastings: Kll-
    the air and convert [It Into a form visited Miss Hilda Durden' Bridges of 'Valdo.Interment ( R. C. Hunter & riro., Archts., The, third floor provides two -- .
    ,gore, Whatley, Tisdale, and Smith.
    A somewhat higher moisture cou- that con bo used by plants. !Miss Thompson Is from GaInes- was at the Methodist New York.) livable rooms, with ample light Toba'co1:111: u ''I i IImll
    There are a number of these cemetery. As Mr. Hunt was one of Here Is a house that providedthe and cross ventilation, and a bathroom attention ol Isak'! fa
    tent for the Smith and a alight\ ville.Mr.
    lower Hhelllng for the crops which will grow during the and Mrs. Robert L. Drown i the charter members of the Hampton maximum of room for the mIn- at this lime, mil\ >. taker,

    Tlsdnle accounts percentage for their posl winter and we should have them are announcing the arrival[ of a : Woodmen of the World, the W. imum of money consistent of On tho first floor- we find the ty Reporter pnh! I ,I Many !

    dons growing: on every acre possible I son, born, Oct. 22nd. I O. W. carried out their Impressive course, with good design; even a rooms are well arranged about says to bin' in' woe' >

    They will not only bring nitrogen Rev. and Mrs. F. M. Taylor ceremony toward their departed "box" could not be built for much the center hall and a generous I the leader of all ,ti- ,,. ,|,J
    In a recent summary of the corn from the air, but also help to have recently been visiting In brother.Mr. less and at the same time give the living porch opens from the living I tlon the coming s>""t''I,, Mar|

    variety testa It is stated that these keep what nlrtogen that is alreadyin Starke Hunt is survived by his widow required room room. more farmers earl< h II' ek anul

    1 b varieties have boon the leaders In the soil from leaching[ out or Mrs W. II. Dirt, of Louise, in Mrs. Beulah Hunt, two Nine rooms and three baths The pantry has plenty of cup- their intention oi 'nn) JU''

    previous tests at the Ration. Yieldsare being washed away.Specialists spending several days with her sis daughters, Mrs. C. P. Sasser of with generous halls and ample board space and a sink. The crop In large quantities it hi

    based on the average of four ter. Miss Ada Nlmmo. Valdosta, Ga., and Mrs. S. M. Sim- closet space, all within a rectan- kitchen has complete equipmentand ready been demonstrated thai

    'i ro'w plats, each 280 feet of flve-foo GiveSuggestions Mrs. T. J. Thomas of Valdosta mons of Sparr, two grandchildren, gular area of forty by twentysixfeet. good light. ker county run grow t<. fur,
    except that for Tlsdale, which
    Ga., spent the week-end with her two sisters, Mrs. Volley Jeregenof Nor has anything been bacco as any count II i >iu at
    l la based on eight such >lats. Four bed rooms and two
    1 sister Mrs P. II. Hunt. .
    ,
    Jacksonville and Mrs. John Mole -- .
    For cramped to get this! number of
    r In yields'" of silage per acre TIs The First Baptist church closed of Lake City, and a brother, T. A. rooms, In fact all of the rooms are floor.baths The are large found bed on the Is second Relief From Curse
    1j' dale ranked first with 5.52 tons of revival room serv-
    a ten-day meeting on
    1 v, green material Whatley was second NovemberVork Wednesday Oct. 24. Five mem- Hunt The of sincere White Springs.sympathy of the generous in size. ed by a private bath, while the oth- Of Constipal

    ;d f with 5.34. Hastings/ placed! bers were added to the church, community is extended to these The stairs are located in the er bath provides for the other

    " i' third with a yield of 4.95 tons and new zeal was born in the !In their great loss. enter of the house where they will three ro6ms. All of the bed rooms A Rattle C'n, km, 'an
    t Smith produced 4.48 tons and Kll Oalneavllle, 1.'la.-The following hearts of many hearers for better people best serve all of the rooms with have closets and a linen closet Is "Constipation ,r p ,,'bbl

    gore 4.45 tons per acre, reminders of farm and grove work I and greater work in the cause of Mayo-Cash and Carry rhaln but little hall space and the stairs also provided. Numerous large more misery thai., ,i?
    for the month of November have ,,
    Christ. store moves to new location in themselves are of the reverse flight windows make the bed rooms cause."

    b IIKTTIII: : BI11hl: "Awri4 been prepared nnd sent out by specialists Mrs. R. D. Hawley of Green Cove Mayo Theater building in West type so that they occupy a mini bright and cheerful.A But Immeclluti 'n'>''I'' 'ties

    of the Experiment Station Springs la spending several days Main street. mum of space. The stairs con- cellar Is provided under the found. A tablet al< rl Kesal
    _ and Agricultural Intension Division [ - entire house and here Is found the derlles attracts n at.' notntll
    t Breakfast Is the meal upon of the Florida College of Ag laundry, heater room, cold storage tern into the 18Zjr| ,>vacij
    which "most of the world's work rlculture. gofLars for Court Queen !
    Is done." and such. bowel l called tin .non' 'riifj
    LIVESTOCK: -Train calved to The exterior of the house is
    a ter loosens the dn loud wail|
    Florida breakfasts) eat legume hays by the time they
    may nearly Ya pleasing adoption of the Dutch Co causes a gentle Thor"ugh!
    }i always contain a fruit In season are three months old. Test cattle S. a g' 'Sr tat J" 1 gts lonial style. The walls are finished ment without forming > ba',|

    , Plain! canned fruits or fruit juices for tuberculosis. See that pigs with wide white shingles and ever Increasing tht dose

    1 1 are easily\ preperaed to tide one have comfortable places to sleep. the roof of shingles stained brown. Stop suffering' from '00
    over the scarce nreed sows for spring) litters late'l
    season.
    Blinds and shutters I
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    are painteda tlon. Chew a liexa1! Order)
    The flavor of fresh fruit at this month. Use a good boar. deep groen. night Next day brigh (Cj;,

    t a breakfast activates both the appa! I'OULTHY-Feed and manage Complete working plans and for 25c today ut tin nearest |
    tlte and the cheerful disposition flock to secure good egg produc- specifications of this house may be all Drug Store
    Preserves do not have the same ef- ton: during winter. Study records -

    fect. In South Florida Japanese and check up on method of man- NOTICf

    persimmons are now being used agement. Get ready for fall poultry Neotlc Is hereby gven that the following described) Inndf will t beat {
    t shows. public auction on the first Monday" In November )1'W II 'win* II'j
    for breakfast, and In West Floridathe day of said month, before the courthouse Door at Stark r Brad!
    satsumaa are ripe. FIELD AND PASTURE.-Bank / .' "-.- county. State of Florida or so much thereof as well lie ne.*..arjrl<>j
    n Which shall it be? Eggs fried seed stalks of Napier grass. Dank of the Buoh amount sale due and for advertising taxes set opposite the ...same c. A.together FUTril. "U with Colic the fl'

    In water or fat? Why not try two cane for seed In northern FlorIda

    tabtespoonsfuls of thin cream to If It Is unlnfested with borers; In Dmcrlpllou s.". T. II. A Onnrr a7

    an egg and scramble in a buttered southern Florida (and northern Lot 1 Block 1 Original

    skillet, Florida, If cane Is infested with Town --____________28 8 22 M. M. Jlorsran 1
    borers) plant directly to field before Lot 3 Block 1 Original
    flacon may be added to the ; Town _______?____28 8 22 Mrs. Elvlnft Morgan
    working man's breakfast School planting soak It In a Bordeaux Lots 5 10 Block 11 L. T. &
    children should have two anda and tobacco mixture. Carpet grass Add. ._____________28 8 22 P. J. Pearce
    eggs Cos. Add. ----__________28 8 U
    glass of milk, and lespedeza, 10 pounds each to 1flwi Lots 8 9 lilk. 11 Li. T. & Cos. Livingston Train ft Co.
    It is the'unpleasant odor off the ,acre, planted now on good i i
    moist ground will make t
    fried foods that causes many chil- soon good ,
    dren to have no n pot He for break- pasture. On rich[ land rape ((10 1 Q' f CJhe
    e
    pounds to the acre In rows 2 feet ,nw I s new Suick
    fast.Hot
    S bread-If thoroughly cooked apart) drilled in, will make good _

    s -Is not harmful. Well browned food for any kind of livestock. is the new Style

    dry toast gives good exerclso GHOVK AND ORCHARD-Citrus ,

    for the teeth, and It Is easily pre : Finish clean-up spray. Keep
    pared. lust mites under control. Disk: or

    .' Cooked cereals are usually more I I plow groves, working In cover crop) ,;
    ;: enough to keep down lire hazard '
    nour'shitig: and less" expensive than i
    +, the 1 prepared products" lleglu fall fertilizing of hearing ,

    1" When I the school child hash :rees. Irrigate If dry. Hank young'j' ,

    enough trait, milk, eggs, cereal or trees 4 to 5 years ol '
    toast for breakfast he hag no room i for cold protection. Peach: .The /' _. < .'
    for coffee The working/ man or : first week of month spread a ring ''' "': u ..e' '" (1a

    It woman who has taken n good of parndlchlorobenzone about the I
    breakfast add base of the trees to kill borers. Helen Wills monarch of all she
    may one cup of cot- surveys in the realm of tennis, has purchased a new
    fee, but should not depend upon Pecans: Complete harvesting as Silver Anniversary Buick for her personal use. Known on the Pacific coast for her

    1 it for nourishment. Coffee Is not early In month as possible. Prepare ability as an artist almost as well as for her tennis she believes the new Buick i jot the Men and street-
    rood land that Is to be planted to women on every
    a ; It In
    merely a stimulant. )I new vogue in motorJom. In the photograph, Miss Wills shown with her
    i( Suit the day pecan trees Pick up and burn new roadster.
    right with two --in
    and
    every city tovn--arc pro-1!
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    twigs cut off by glrdlers. Plant ---- --- --- -- ----- -- -
    glasses of water, then a good "' -- ...........V.......... Willie Mae Reddish and Alleen
    1 breakfast-Mary. A, Stennls.LATI don winter. cover crop It not already ,I (PAINTER'SSimon .w EVERGREEN ., Rosier ot Woodlawn spent the nouncing the new B U I C ICwith

    j I"J.\\: : t COI"! : GARDEN AND: TRUCK.-!Make ,, I. (:Mrs l'. A. Rosier Cor.) "., Mrs.weekend J. S.with RoHler.their grandmother :Masterpiece Bodies by Fisher.themost

    ddltlonal seedbeds of cabbage and ....................... Mr. and Mrs. John Raulersonand beautiful automobile of the
    ettuoe.
    Gainesville. Fla.-The pecan Transplant cabbage, celery Pure Citrusand
    crop of Florida Is several weeks and lettuce. Plant beets, n. K. nosier and Leslie McClel- children of Kllarbee. Mr. and .
    Ian were visitors to Jacksonville !Mrs. J. S. Sapp and children, were day----- - w.- -
    late this yenr, according to (I. H.IIlackmon. Brussels! sprouts carrots, kale,
    parsnips[ radish, spinach, Gem Farm Tuesday ot last week. the guests of J. E. Rosier and and
    4 pecan culturlst of the rape CropFERTILIZERS mother Mrs. Never before In the history of lines-of embo eJ side
    J. S.
    i Experiment: Station In only a Swiss chard, and turnips. If cutworms Mr. and Mrs. J, E. Rosier attended Rosier Sunday motor car manufacture have the hood panels involving .lhemueany
    Lorene Rosier
    t, few instances had harvesting gotten are troublesome on truck, the funeral of her brother, of Woodlawn motorists of America welcomed costly aced paneling/ horotlJ; iII'!
    1 under way by the first of No- /spread poisoned bran bait Dust Gene Gnann at Fairbanks Wednesday spent Sunday night with her cousIn new. automobile as they are played on any car 10 I

    vember. Indications are that the garden( crops and BOO bushes with I of last week Louise Rosier welcoming the! Silver Anniversary And as the weeks have "as .d
    J crop will be good, but It will\ be (lowers of sulphur to control mildew Mrs. J. S. Hosier spent Tuesday Mrs. Maggie Forsyth and children Buick with new Master. and the full si/ nificani' be-
    Are Lucille and Eugene, spent piece. Bodies by Filbert! has
    I..te. and red spider mites. of last week with her sister !Mrs. Buick's achievement
    IN TilE HOME.-Make plum "TIMK !McPherson at Maxville.: Sunday with her sister Mrs. C. A. Sweeping: into the market at a come apparent 10 tiro I Public-
    TltlKI: AND CHOP cat
    Pensacolu-Construction of substantial pudding or fruit cake for Thanks- Pringle. time when motor car lines were enthusiasm for this reel'practicallyacandardizedwhea i
    steel and TKSTKD" Mr. and !Mrs. Leaton Morgan of Mr. PrIngle of Brycevllle Is swelled sod grown to Uop
    1' concrete bridge' giving and Christmas, using Flor- vis ? ,
    Sparr, spent Wednesday night of sting his imitation was individuality dented proportions! I
    to span Bayou Grande will start ida nuts, citrus, jelly, and grape son C. A, Pringle. destroying -
    1 soon. juice In fruit cakes. Plan a community Our Brands are the Acknow- last week with Mr. and Mrs J. E. !Mr. and !Mrs. J, Q. Rosier and creations-introduced these epic Buick Buick tales records" have heduitl bee

    pageant for ledged Standard by which Hosier. children of Sapp, were the guestsof mode- an entirely broken! Production IC ,
    new
    j Walter II. Jennlsen[ of Jacksonville Send some of best ThankSglvlng.j Growers of Florida have Mr. and Mrs. mil Pringle of Mrs. Hester Sapp Sunday. have been Increased ag 110tanlJ

    1 has obtained an option 'on the fairs. Have some standard pro Judged all fertilizers for trycevllle spent the week-end with A mode of body.symmetry-of again! The great the hhick lii' oErha r
    size and
    Leesburg pulp and paper mill, announcing nearly forty Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Prlngle. Twenty-five magnificence soft are working 10 demreJ
    cans of
    t' + ,ducts for your home demonstration years. rainbow contours instead of straight capacity co supply the
    that "his '
    company"would exchange. Plant sweet peas and "Giving all we can for what I Miss Ruby Rosier ot \Voodlawn trout are expected to arrive shortly -
    reorganize the industry for annuals for early spring blossoms. we get instead of getting 4I was the guest of her aunt Mrs. from the United States fish
    the purpose of making paper, and 8lU. we can for what W" give," tester Sapp Saturday. hatchery at Neosho Mo., to be 211e cJ'illler cA1t1tiV81.Sarrf
    adding that new machinery wouldbe ('.\ .: I.V IIAK\'KHT1XO: U. the policy of Rev L. placed by the Florida departmentof
    A.
    Donnelly of Starke filled
    installed for the purpose. The I'KCANS: WILL rilKVKXT: : game and fresh water fish In
    option la for six months, and was RUINING: : FBCIT IlfUS TilE E. O. PAINTER Saturday his regular and Sunday.appointments here Silver Springs near Ocala the BUICK
    understood to be asked in orderto state
    department
    I has
    FERTILIZER CO. B. E. Rosier and Leslie McClel. announced.
    allow time for perfecting organization Gainesville Fla.-"Another pecan ..
    JACKSONVILLE. FLA. Ian were business visitor to .
    work. harvest I I. here. For most ex Orlando-Local airport recently Company !
    Starke Saturday. dedicated. Register Motor



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    .iI1ER 2. 1DS DRADFORD COUNTY "" -"OIUFJ1' RTARKIC. Ft.ORIPA _ _ _ _ FO"" """''' '

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    I I TJMLV NCHKDVLK: :>ricn of Florida do hereby give nntl... thai: J ''Hturn of Special and Local Law, ,rT-
    a 11I iNllitAI:. : 1.II t.'TlN will be held I be and th* sam. IH hereby agrvwu i,j,
    "Vote Effective July 10th tralna will Judicial In Ilradford County State of Florida,, I and shall submlttid to the elet'I I,
    TH VICTORY as Farmers In Circuitoiirt, Twmty-SUth on Tuendny. next .rebelling the first I tor of the State of "Florida for ap-
    Republican PanicSo run as follows: Circuit. IJrndroia County Monday In November. A. 1). 1988. I proval or rejection at the next general -
    Not Partisans- Florida In C'huncrry. the said Tuesday being the Sixth day I Election of KcpreHtit.tatlvefe to ,
    No.1. Southbound local due Mrn. Maud frown. Joined by
    of November.For I be held on the first Tuesday aU"I'Ihe

    RUIN SAY Starka 10'::41> p. m. I A.next R' frlrml.Complainant.C'rewn.. her hunbanil. anti United, !State !Senator from I llrst. Monday In November, A. l It.I ,
    1928. That IH to say, that !ie"llon
    the State of Florldn, for alx yearn I 4I
    "For you, farm men... and Wit- marked If tha Impetus take No. 11. southbound local due I from March 4, 1928.For I 21 of art lt'le I III of the Constitution .
    ); men of America this rA. Six (6)) I'ruHldantliil KlectnrK.For I of the State of Florida. l..jamended
    presidential Cleoiire W. Col *t al.Defondanm. Nhll
    by Governor Smith's campaign Starke 11:23 to read .
    on : a. m. llepreentatlve of tho "8e' ondConnreMHlonal I an : j l

    8M election la not political but as election day draws near that No. %. Northbound local due :Ii....... to Appear In SeW l t.. Quiet Otetrlct of the State. I "Section In the 21. In nil cases enumerated .. I
    economic. of Florida. I.. the Heventy-flrnt ConKreim I I".dlnl neiti ..
    ! leaders 'liii IP, K e.'
    Republican everywhere 'law shall b
    of uni 1
    of the 1'nltvd State I .ner,1
    J -- "You have seen the "value of manifest signs of genuine panic. Starke :24 a. m. To ( <>cirKe "". Cole. I ob.rt O. I form operation thtyughuut the State, 4 ,
    your farm property decrease No. 12, northbound local due Cole. Frank 'Wall, Lolir Von Kim, For Governor of time State of 101'- I but In nil case nut enumerated- orvxcepted
    The 0. O. P. high command see ida.
    . August 1,. Von Kim bin wife; Aimunla In that ectlon. the LeglnInture -
    t. s to Get Out 120,000,000,000 and your debts the "writing on the wall" In. the Starke 3:0))6 p. m. l.ohiT Von Kim, John Thonm For Secretary. of State of the State i I may PIIH special I or local laws !1 I 1 1I
    1 Increase $10,000,000,000. anil S. M Thomas hi. wlf.. If either of Florida.For I except aa now or here after ntherwlstt ,
    '. Vote for East. Their campaign managersIn No. 107 southbound limited due ,. sad If tleuil Attorney General of the Stateof
    ., bossibl* "Four thousand of living I Cosustltution'I...
    of your bank the Northwest, where the LaFol Starke 1:20 pn"hi", 'h':. or their" helm, letcat i Florida. '. .r:3.vlt: local or special i '
    \ Agriculture. have failed. Your bankruptcieshave lette Progressive vote Is lined up : p. m. representatIves. leitnteeK .irrantee. For Comptroller of the State of bill shall b-passed. unless notice of I
    Increased tenfold. No. 109 northbound limited due .Ievl......... .HiicrenNurH. or Nlirni, and Florida.For the Intention to apply therefor '' t Ihave
    --- behind the Democratic candidate 5:44 to all person firm and corporatlonn.whoHo Treasurer of the State of Flor In the .h..1 -'
    Starke : p. m. ; I..n puhlah..t
    ,
    "During this period the most are distracted by a sense of Impend name' residence <>r plitce l nfbimlnetm ida.For where thing to be affected -
    ECORDS OF influential maker of Government Their of break- Wanaee Branch-No. 101 leavesStark I IH unknown to complainant, Superintendent of Publlo. Instruction may be Mtuated, which notice 4
    . ., policy toward has ing disaster. hope ':30 a. m.; No. 102 arrives that are Interentetl In those certain of the State of Florida shall state the substance of the contemplated ,
    agriculture ing the Democratic: dominance ot loin or imroel* of land lying and be. For CommlHoloner of Agricultureof law. and shall be published tI
    Organlzatlona been Herbert foover"That the South 1* vanishing. And nowa 2:10: r. m. :ing In the flty: of Htarke. Bradfordcounty the f State. of. Florida at leant. thirty day prior to the
    'ann Is the .Introduction to T. J. Grlffln. Florida known and described For Two Justices nf the Supreme Introduction Into the Legislature of
    Dtmocr.ue Candlditi a threat ot utter rout comes with a. follows: Court of I the State of Florida. such bill, and In the manner to be
    : omcla"AcUve full-page advertisement Inserted -I the tremendous reaction ta Governor Lot One (1). Two Three ((3)) and For Two Kallroad Commissioners, provided by law. The ..evidence that .
    oilflCI Hoover tn Four (u of Hlock thy < 'numerous farm pipers by Temporary. repair work on the published shall
    j In campaIg.ined Smith'. speeches in the In. known BH the Original Town of For State "Senator, for 15th !Senatorial be established In the Legislature '
    the Smith Independent ''Organi border States. dykes. around the lower end of Starke., Be Inn In fh. Northeast quarter District of the Stat. of )"Flor before such bill shall be passed 44 ?

    : sations 'Committee, headed by Net ";"without tg&lficanca In its of ".. went quarter of MectlonTwentyKlKht ida.For having affidavit or proof of publication ,
    . vlth rum !by .. George Nelson .Peek noted farm' Lake Okeechobee acer Helle Glade :.. ((28). Township fix! One Member of the house. attached to the proponed bill ,
    f betrayal the extreme anxiety ot (8), Mouth Hangs Twenty-Two (53)) Representative, of thtil State of Florida. when the same In Introduced In either j
    f.t. of the ..CooHd* leatfe.. -of Wellne, 111. the Hoover politicians, is tlwelr In- I la the storm-stricken Florida Kver- Kant, a* shown by that certain map branch of the Legislature, and
    .. their only hop glades. had been BO far completed or Hub-dlvlloti ... recorded In deed. For County Judge.For which such afldavl .
    . uuir.8 sistent-call upon President Coolldta book "N", at paice 759 of the pubic Sheriff. proof of con8tluUnt ,
    lei to pHJDf up enough tar advice tar help, for' reaasur.ance. that-engineers ordered the Immediate records of Uradford. county Flor For Clerk of the Circuit Court.. .. ahal
    ensure the election **' pumping of flood waters from ida. For County' A.neaor. of 'i'aieI'or .. .1 in fill upon the Journal of the i. "j
    Senate nnd of the Utilise of Hpreentatlv .
    American farmers PROGRESSIVESOUT tbe inundated area. aE1T1NIb4.: You and each. of you Tax Collector.For .. .
    smlUi. The President did not dOOM tt are. hereby notified that you are County Superintendent of **, which .atrl. shall Immediately ,. I

    through ''their Tarlous rive Mr. Uover the active aid la made defendant to a null by 111..... Public limtructlon.For showing 'he follow Introduction Journal e.' .,
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    tremendous O. P. leaders Maud Crown, joined by A. t4. Crews, County Surveyor. r ,
    a whick a. Provided
    \OBI, the campaign: For Five (Comnilloner however no publication
    er. gTlcultur l worker : FOR SMITH had deemed so. deilrable. What her hu"b..nd'Ln.I. In her 'sworn next bill friend of complaintnow who alleae For Three County Member of \the': County ;- any 10"'r\ special law la r..qulr.c j 1.1
    hereunder' when such
    local
    .
    ::11 on election day.jUeiUy ha did offer was aloof aaoouracament on tllo In this rtlcthat she For Hoard Justice of 1'uhllc cif the Instruction.Peace. In And cial law contain a provision to e"i: i\
    In the owner of the fee simple title
    ''by< The : candidate. effect that the same shall not become ieoperative
    !! endorse Republican, thereto and praya a decree. removing for I the following Justice VI.trlctR. .
    , n farm organizations LaFollette Organ issues Call ha Cold the anxious politicians w... RepublicanNATIONAL cloud, quletlnif. title nml forever vii: No.. I. :3 I. 7. has been or minted effective or until the earn liy. a ,,"' I

    tbe West .and aura to ....IJI. Ha advised Mr. Hoover clenrlnaand confirming the title In For Constable In and for the fol majority of the al'pr..v.1 '
    ce ID :to 5,000,000 Followers .Maid land to complainant' anti decreeing lowing Justice Districts vii: Nos. In nn election ...I..etor... In
    candidate da to keep cool not to be stampeded p..rtehntnl .
    mocratlo that' complainant haa and I, 11. 7. affected( said
    by
    attempts 'to ot late Senator Into any rash act not to say too hold n good and nutHclent fee alm- In Testimony Whereof I have or local law spe I .
    leiplte pie title, ahnolute In and to said hereunto. set mv hand and nttlxedU cal ,
    e appeal to bigotry of much. And MiHoover, it ts apparent land*. anniilllnfc l and decreeingvoid I I .8. the Ireat Seal of the 1,1';; '
    MADISON Wis.-Any rliigertag has bean Influenced by that claim rlitht. title State of Florida. at TalluhaHv .
    farmers who place or A JOINT RESOLUTTO N Proposing
    I! :ull above doubt that the Republican Progressive advloe ta hi. speaking campaign. ANI STATE fnn't"n: } kinI 1 of any and nil .., the Capital, this nil Amendment to Section 10, Art. I
    proiperlty perHon firms and corporatIons the t twenty-fifth day of i.'le XII of the Constitution of
    cel. vote ct the Nation would go to The 'publication) la New York therein.IT Augiixt. A. n.l IB2B.II. of "Florida Helming to Kduvatloni theState a 11. )"

    .are the Democratic presidential ,candidate newspapers of President< Coolidge' IS! FtJMTllKn OIlDEUEn that CI.AY CHAWFOIin. ; Authorising the Division I j I .
    leaders however has been dispelled by startling ptlanlstic tatementa was followed you, the nald defendant, named or Secretary of State of Counties Into Special Tax District ,
    make tha Smith .farm not named, known or unknown ab- To W. J. Kppernon: Sheriff of Brad *: Providing (for the Election l
    enough to offset political developments during the immediately *y a trip to Washington TICKET *sent concealed non-reHldent. or otherwlMn f..rd.unlv.. H.31.IOt.II.2.( (.f 1'ho..1 Trustee, Their Term of f ,
    :urge New 'York do the :0'I'U'1 OK "rrl.IC'"'1'10'\1 1'OHT1 Duties and for j,
    past 'Week.The by Charles D. HiUes. appear to bill of complaint ; Levy. I .
    advantage gained ''by exhibited1, against you. on U"U: ing and Collection of a, District
    I H. Edmund
    and
    Times long known
    Ca-pKal' National Committeeman
    In backward or before Mnndny the Fifth day of School Tax for School Purpose t" :
    m forces a. the organ of the ''late Senator Macbold who recently reIgned November A. n, III2S before the Pe It Unsolved by the Lvglslaltt j

    ..f. which might be Robert M. LaFollette and the lead his water power association Circuit Court of Drndforil county NOTICP1 IM' I I It RRnv(1 I\'RN', of the State of Florida: 1 j 't\\
    misleading propaganda "Florida to answer to the bill of That It H. I Humphrey holder of Tax. That. (Ihe following Amendment. to '
    ing Progressive newspaper In the to become the Republican State .complaint HO exhibited. against'' you Ccrtlllcnta No. 1 Cl, Kill day of July Section 10 of Article' X of the Con- 1. s
    Klux Klan and West In an 'outstanding editorial Chairman In New York. Presidential Electors fnlllnmr which. ... decree of .ibis court A. I>. I lull hn. Died Hiild .'ert ltI'llte. st. Hut Ion of the state I '.01'1"' ", re J .
    ''ftIa declared for Governor Smith for They too tried desperately to will bo entered against you. In my 1IIIt,... unit inttile, application IIIh'1 t I I to ,luliicatIon t be and the Miime 1 j
    rn The nnidfnrd County Tvlnirrnph' for I tax, devil. to issue I thereon I In accordance I. agreed to .anti shall, be submitted r 1.
    ng upon all farmers and President. I dispel the defeatest atmospherewhich puhllNhed I at tit ark... IIra.l. rurd county with i t I a my. Knld, certificate I to the .1"'lor of the State I
    families to Florida I IK here by deHlirnuled t its embrace I tbn I I deacrlhedproperty the tlenerul ,. of '
    t their Calling upon all Progressives In has fallen over Republican ; : 1 .rollowl,1 Iteprenenliillve i ,
    the which I lhl is noticeHhull I I County to be held In 192S for 11 11"t .
    .1".I. ap-
    (for Governor Smith. the State and Nation to cast their campaign workers from Massachusetts 1"I'II"h"1 < Ih'o.for"
    be ,
    , :le onra it week for I : : l t or rejection. That said' HPO- ,
    The attitude of the two votes against the present Republican to Montana. "The situation four ron..rlll lye wiekn.WITNKSH Kat half: \ r.nulhweit. : quarter ofHoullmast I'I'o"l 1( shall he amended' so aa turend '
    ba my hand u.* 1..I'k nnd | S.ct ion I II I, I townHhlp its follows.'Section "
    'or ] candidates as revealed candidate It declares that Governor In New York looks very good Edwin W. Abbott the xi'ill I of thin court, thin I tho 3rd (II I, ..."'Ilrl"r.l'aIK.. vast 20) un's','.. "' /
    I 10. The
    heir pant records and Smith voices the aspirationsof they assured Mr. Hoover. They day of October A. I t>., 1II2X' The iisHeHament. a nald, propel. .lynmler rirovide for, the division Legislature of: county may. f ''

    lba ees during the present the men who battled "In the Progressive backed the assertion with figures tl.V.. AMU3IIMAN.. I I lie mild I" cxrtlllcnte I l Is ii sail wit or countle.. Into convenient liny nchcuil i ,,
    SICAL ..
    (
    ) Cl.Tk Circuit n..lIl.t. I hi t tho name of Unknown.t'nloss I" ,
    movement in tbe past." which were far in excess of the Bert Leigh Acker Ilrndfnrcl' County, Florliln .1..I'lda I ; nnd for I tho election tile-'
    mild certificate. "hnl h. redcenu'd ; nlhrlv I I of I Ihrnti H< ,,ollruNI.e.t t ., who
    Candidates Contrasted The editorial pronouncement is most partisan estimate given out 10-6-Bt-ll-Z.Hy HUANCIltJ. : AUPIIUMAN: 1..1111' li> II,x deed .hal I I ii their I nlllce* for two yea*.
    ba Lraor Smith has regarded; as an official appeal to the by anyone in close touch with con Deputy, Clerk.M wilt I"'ll' I on! the day of 1 "ld who ah,1 have I Ihe. nupervlslonof I
    .%. l I'>. HUH.I nil I h. vii tutu the ,dlntrlct "
    Nnv""h..r. % -
    01II posed and secured the 6,000,000) voters who supported tho ditions In that State. Itobcrt I). Aldrich P.t'.1 I I tbU :'lul day of Oloh.r. A. I ; and for'hnnll I lovylll nnd collection .
    In his the time It!. William I II. ,
    Wisconsin same
    legislation which was colorful senator At : %sriif: HIM] of n .lwll'I't .rh.,1 tax for I II
    for President In 1921. chairman of the Democratic O.V.. AI.nMltMAN, 1 I thn "..I..lv. 1 I h. 11111" free
    campaign Bray
    to ihe farmers of his Georg-t' S. Ames ((101".1)) Cleik, or Circuit 1" Couit, ; M ,,li the. ",. -
    wlhl" .II'I.
    Hoover has just as Blame to Stump for SmithIt State Committee was completing Notice I IR hereby Driven thnt under Iliadriird, ,'Oil II I y, Florlila. \cr n v of I lie '.. electors I''
    t was followed Immediately by his annual canvas of county chair a n.1 by vltriie I of that rertnln I final I II lly ('. A. KMflllT, thcinof that pay it tax, realir J '
    JUII :y pposed measures ili.rrt'ej I nf fin'cclomire I made on, October I | hall Vote In
    nays, benefited the announcement of Senator JohnJ. men. According to the .official reports Herbert L. Anderson' .. I INI, A. 1>. 1!I12S by I llnnnrahln IO-n-SI-ll-2 Deputy Clerk. 1 I'Lvur' Icl'111 uf mull 11r"I"'ly.levy. \? :
    nialne that he would speak for I of these chairmen G0gernorSmlth'lI A. 7.. AII Q n, i lio. as Federal Smith. Senator Dlalne vote in the counties outside Court I In anti for I Itradforil county. 1\ ()'i'l'l'i Ol I'':Ll.tr's'lu'WIII2I1RAM : LJONT riKHOMmON:
    Governor
    Florid., r..opo"lnt
    held down In that certain t-atlia wherein .
    II TUtor
    three times Republican Governor of New York City will be 30 percent )Katherine E. Ausherman J.v. Andrewit' I... compliihnitit.. I 11 AmpI/.nt In $,'.
    ot ,meat and hogs in 1921 J when the and Adu Sn ti..ri. AndcfHon. / furmet'ly The I.egiuluature, of I ((41. AI'lclt Three (It of tint, Cc"ii-
    of Wisconsin succeeded to the greater than Ada. SiiueiH, n rid ThomaH. A,i.i..rstill lull under the ('on..lltull..n. of I 5511, I si it t bus Situate. of KlmM.v rIg
    leadership of the Progressives In Governor was elected on the Democratic her huahand, are defeiulanlH, of the Stale' of Florlibi, did pusn four I ltol.it' IIIK I" tho I'ny of MemlivrH,
    I t i is more Important ticket although the State For Governor : W. J. Ilowey the uniTerHiKiicd, a Hfieclnl I nut' Mt 'V Joint H.,*olut Ion,* propoHlntf 'aniend- I itt t hue M.n"l. nml of tho house
    that State upon the death of the : : ment the Coiistllntlon of the I .llf l | ,,...
    i H"II'ea""I"llv
    . mlii promises to give carried by Coolidge la 1924 will I I xHI I for fimh i the liigh.st nndbent Slate of Florida, and the I Hi' It Pcr-
    elder LaFollette. Senator Norris was same wiicagrenul H."lv..t hv the Legislature
    bldilikr In front of the Court : ; :
    i immediately the Smith's vote In the upState I II .. to by u vote of thrceflftlmnf I nf. I of rii.rliliv. :
    I .
    of Nebraska dominant Republican Governor oil mi door I In lIt it rk I IlradfordCounty I
    all the
    ( to Tlnit Knur ((4 >, AI'llet.'I'h .
    1 r !mn they have Progressive leader hag also endorsed districts was 690,000: reports United States {Senator, Barclay Flnrlila. on Mondily 111" IICIIIMV; that r.r"'H thO. vol..1.I..e"01 H"ll .n..h' ,' (::1.0'10'I.n,," I'liimlltullun of the ; .

    1f ,'!;rUII!> for the last stand farm relief of the country chairmen show that fifth day of November A. L)., 102t. I I UenulutloiiM I I "tend." Upnl their I Mill''i nf \ ''' rvlutlnir to the pay .
    Smith's on .1'tiring, the II-KII! hour of ,si. lo. for respective JoiirnnlM, wit h tli" yeas. .f mi'mlxMN .. ho Hotmta sail of IliaHound
    " Herbert Hoover Is and water power. this year It will approximate: 1000. H. Warburton. the putpniK. of satisfying until. Flnnf" and nnya th"iHiin, unil they d hI d.-. I I of Itupi,'eHetilut' 'IVAN, uliall !he
    fie agricultural leaders State Central 000. As In the past the Governor !><'cr''e, the following ilencrlhed. rent tcrtnlnn and, direct Hint the Hald I nlMiillK'il, to. Ilia HuftorH of the
    The
    .d 'lection would Republican overwhelming majority cHtatf. lying and bnlnK In Hlarlin.Hrndfnrd .5 ot ii t H".nluln I I ,is,. ho .submitted I I ( i tu I -iiii'; 1.. nf 1"ln'I.II. for niliJiilloti or re- k'I
    u.i: of an .
    Is
    Committee Wisconsin; beaded by sure county. Florida. I llii< ..- .lhi. rtatu ut I th. Hanoral I liillon, tit .tha next, irt'ttcrul election"f
    I"D ut l'' the. farm 'in'I Herman L. Ekern has repeatedly In New York City. State Treasurer : F. A. Stroup.Representative A lot of liind helnv :SHJW fpetNo111 I "nicctlon': I I In Ncvrintivr, 11121. I It'it'esu'nlalIvt.s i to hi lu>lil on I the
    most the HooverCurtis Even Mr. Hoover must realize unit, Koiilh and 210 I) fent Knot NOW.) 1'11:11':1"01/: : : ii. cr.AY. I Dial Tu.n in Important refused,. to endorse
    UJII \
    nnd Went bounded on North by the 1.I.'OUI.I Huirrtniy ttnl. of (Ir I the month of /o"b..r, A. J >.,
    a >' ,irtianized ticket. Over the doorway of a that his followers are painting a dividing linn of "'I1II<.r.. T'lindH, ; ont HI.lo t'lorlda" U'i "... Ilvv I 1 525$. ii ii'l Unit miM' ".", ((4 > l

    " in ole .!-lection la the local hotel Is a flaming banner political mirage when they base in Congress, hOT I T'.aMt 'liv f HnnderNfin. I.ane' ; I their assurancec of victory on tha the Smith RIHIV."t. bv land formerlyof ei: I':'4 I. lrI''ln': : I :X"lnl"t iN nml, /vl"r. i>f the lotianf
    CUb' ins Governor reading: bee .t.. It Alvnre, In aentloii Twenty- wil be hold elicit county In Flor lli'iiKiMenliitlveH' ah,1 I lie dilly
    will .
    :a i mt "oudenmlng that "Progressive Republican Headquarters claim that Governor Smith eight"' (2D1, TowilHhlp. f SU (A), South, on TucMcliiy 1I..t suiTei'illnit I Ihollrst I iiiiilllli| l !,,!'torn In I riiHpnrtlvo.
    E. Smith for the State which four times elected 2nd Dist. T. P. Chaircs. lliiiiiro. Twenty-two ((22)) Hunt, contalnlnir ?.fc.iuiay' In Novi'inher, A. I iKiuitlaM npil ii st rids for which they
    ; ui'iicuu party adopted : Alfred office. nile and one iiunrlrr acre" IU2N. tb, mild, Tiiemlitv Itelnir I Ilia 1. ;I nut" V.1".1, 'I'( h e puy of ti., '/tiers of f
    la .)el Molnes by the President." him to Us highest moie or I"*... Its ,'i'ii ii \ \' or is"\ IMIIIU; : I ,tin' 3 nt: I lloiino of i."re".n- 11''v; ,
    ommiuee'( This Is the I). T3 KNTOIIT.Ppuclal for the ratlllcallnii i I ur rejuctlon I of iHliMN' ..hnl ""' exeei'.I l lIIIIH ',
    " I AtiiHtor.., i tho nntd Joint JtnsoliillouM prottoHltiKnineiulmenlH I nml eet.a ((12.0) a ilny
    M tbe <(, most Important Paid Political A v.r'Try A, s. rnrnvH.Hollcltor to tho' Ciinatltullon of I I fin, mi rh duty if 11.1, ; MI""K" I
    , -atlQnt( In the Middle % for Jumplalnarr. I Ihe Slate nf Kloi.lilu., vim: I ,in ,nml f i'DIII lu'lr hunl'" to '
    10-S-St-1l I 2 A JOINT ItMHOMJTin.V: I r *if U..v..n".lt i not to xoueil ten
    , 01 cammned membership in W.C.T.U.RevoltAnd nn Amendmont to Iropo..lnl I '1111 ( I I. ) .a "II.. null wny liv thuiipiin I
    0 leads of families. Many Arl'I. III of the { "e..llnn 2 of I II "' '''1'11' nl' 'I tWlIlI'i'' ,. S 5.13. I of Flrirldn on..tluton to ThiN Au"n."t, Hhnll KO Into "f- I
    II il record has been ; County: .t.a Municipal{ Uovurniont : l'i-..t at on Drt'emlior) 21 I, 4 '

    mea also. by a Work to Elect Smith ; Notice l Ie hereby. given that under *. 1II2H. without the nucc "Uy of Li'B- ,
    I nd, by vltrun or that certain, Final Bo It Itenolved. br th* Legislature of laiatul.
    of (lie National an' L Iim-r.e' of Foreclomire. nindu and the State of Finrldai

    rendered'I on fte-pternher: Ifith A. U,, That the folnwlnl amendment to
    -- 192A, bv Ifonorahlo, A. 7.. Adhlnn Section 24 III of .the Con. Tha vole* rant In nompllnnoa with I
    Leaden Endora. SmithI of the Wom T. U. has resigned because of Indira of the Circuit fourt In nnd for HllUitloii of the State of l'I.ld. relatliiHT .. saul l'r"lmN,1| umMiulirioiitN' t, and tlioinnviiKH
    Prominent members appeal to bigotry. Ilradford County Florida.. In I thntccitnln Ci.unty nnd gnv- ..rl.r""on.* and roturriKtliaronf -
    th. Deny prominent ( en's Christian Temperance Union. the organization's Beat 'Em i iI iI iI COIIHH wherein TA.. Dnvl, cinnifnt. IM hereby ..Kr..d to and, '. h. .1"J..ete.t to ,the I
    wilt hut* endorsed ( seeing that long respected The legal adviser of the \V. C. T. I I..... .I'errvm.in llnvlx J. 1' ,a 'ittun outraged at hy law for tfpnaral olua-
    .
    on AKriiuUur
    U. In Georgia, Mrs. Betty R. Cobbof Minnie QulHTley nre cointilalnnTit the Stale' at I the next general elec ,'nvll. '
    I'd ilul 1 ,t Mr, being used asa tUnis I Hliiln of ( lorliliiJX .
    Uoovar. are
    organization *. nnd J. C. l I'I-rtevnisi.. Tda. M. I 1'- tion of In 1928 fur '
    "pr."nl'Llve.
    I. everywhere Carrolloa( resigned following ItoVfdHH' hM wife llradford. fiountynnd approval TKrtTIMONY: I WIIBIH3OK !
    machine are .r I''loclon. I I.
    set
    Thompson Prealdent' of political In dispatches the board's decision ko support thus City nt Blnrke are ilofend- Section 24. ,, ( "lnture shaltutuutiibliut I h..v. her"UIII,. the I'I b f I
    n Fanr bureau ,," In revolt as reported my .
    rising nnt, the unl"r.IFfn.I nil "HpecliilMiiHter li an uniform system of
    > SuttU. She declared Smith' eleo Input Him I of the Stub I
    President of Ibe World and Hoover. .
    York will sell for cash to thahigh.'st County and munk-lial
    the New | I
    to ,
    l1"m" bureau Leieration.n111i 10v."un"nl. (SHAD of Klorlilii. lit Talliihim-'
    O Hon guaranteed better chance for nnd beat bidder, In front of which Hhnll b.. ,'pI"'"", ,
    $! President ( the S the thin I the
    see
    o fiipltnl
    r'Sr iltura Times. real enforcement than the RepublIcan the Court hntiNo drtor In Rtarke cass whore local or special I lawn for :;: .1 '
    Association and especially I twenty-fifth day of July,
    .in Throughout the country itruti ford County. Florida. on Mondnv f'ounl"t .. 'L'I by Ihe f.eKl-
    IOovlJr.1
    BM.* Amioclatlon 1'resident of and the In the South Intelligentand record of graft and corruption. the fith dnv of November A. T)., that .. Inconsistent A. H. 113M. .

    ihe Jjrn Bolt Commute: Including manyof Because she disliked the effortof I 11121. diirlnar: the IPKIL' hour, nf ':'als1 therewith The ).J.PKlHlnturn' shall by 8-3-1 lt-ll-2 lCf.AYl.rAWJo"0r1. .. ,

    1 I rsanuutlon I sincere women. the W. C. T. U. to boost Hoover for the purpoHe of HatlHfylnir sail general law classify Cities, unit town _ _ le' ________Ital.____ 1 ,
    < W Murphy, of \ most active workers for tern- flnnl decree, the following dnncrlbedri'iil nccordlnir I to population, and 1 1 : '
    -"> ot .1,1", (Legislative the condemningwhat .Mrs. Mayme II. Adams ofivingston ( estate, lying nnd being In by. <<"n..r.l law ProvIde fur .h,1 fww= = t I I
    tlori Del'" Federation of perance are publicly !Htarke. Ilradford. county Florida. to- ..r"urnton. government. Jurisdic. mmmmmmC
    liii l:nt.Bt'iKton. they declare to be an attemptto Cal. resigned as Statadirector I I wit: t. .., duties nnd privileges COFFINS & { !

    '"; '\' President of their more credulous associates of outdoor exhibits and I I Hciclnnlnir nt n point on the North IInt..r such claislflcatlon, and no
    'arm' llurcau dupe of .Ian- fairs for the California W. C. T. ; lde of Cull Street : Militate 215 feet L or 'local lawn Incorporatingcltlen and a Full Line of IIi
    0SIia'' the circulation or town*, .
    '\' President of the. \ by East of tbo NortheiiHt corner of providing for their I
    .rneri Union. falsehoods and thinly yelled U.. at the same time resigning tha Cull nod Church, streets, thenro, run 10vernm..nt. Jurlml Ictou. pow"r..
    Hurt, 're.ident of the derous hatred. Presidency of the Livingston Chap Past: on a. line nf Call Street. to the .1 prlvllegea I .hul I I ". [mailed i Undertakers Supples
    '
    \:
    ,, tnlonimp appeals to religious corporation limit of Town. of by the Legislature.
    ,r: rrnsldont prohlbttlonists ter. Mrs. Adams also feels that r r
    : ; : of the Among the well known Ktnrke: thence Northeasterly along J AUTOMOBILE
    1\rm ri' '-;nlon.oalJent. amazement and the election of Smith would tend ri i I II the rorpt.ration limits line to lands. A JOINT UKSOr.UTION IEARSBAI.
    of the to express I I
    NaI I owned liv Tj. C. Powell thence rrnpo.lnl
    to
    I Re.;'n'c'l'l' indignation over the Intolerant political toward beter enforcement of the Northennt, corner of: the Hnld (u)Amendment, ti'" Artrl. ..,mn ... Tk. bi ..n> ,
    nt of the waged In tional Prohibition. North-went quarter of Rrrntheantquarter lon 21. cif tha (.," of the .I lh. IOWMI pr M. $ueet.ui '
    being
    :nI Ilir.. Federation campaign of Floilda, to the t. arilvra. I
    ,"Y "alk It. President of the name of the 'V. C T. U.. Is "Don't Bo Deceived"A I We challenge anybody on to North iin Iron line of stake said; Northwe thenreWeHt !I'liMxago by I the ." 1,1..lnl. or Bp.- t.ntnn 1.1..nl IMa4LMIl ,
    r innerv Union. chairmanof member of the Alabama Executive ..t quarter of Southeast cia I or Local I..awn.B .

    1I.tal 4 S of cret Farm..ry of Orcanl the Mrs the n.-W.L. C.stafford T. U. In past Mobile. Alabama Committee of the W. C. T. U.. i to equal much less Eet", Mllfl! (5.. to, U.tinrallel T>. Miner with land;quarter|C'h"r..h"t.t. fhencaHoutherlv *r>f It the Uesolveil Stare of Flurldni by the Legislature DEWITT C. JONES t ,

    member of Mrs. Mabel Jonea West of Blrmlng-I the combination.ot tire That the following amendment. to
    K prominent 175 feet thence Went, STARKE.
    > ; para
    n and a
    'resident' of the values offer here. Section 21 of Article/, III of the Con- FLA'omCac
    we list with
    I Noith line of said
    Union. Baptist church. ham has announced that she will I you NorthweHt Mtltutlon of tho St are of Florlila re
    the marter of tilhent
    ltWarl' Se=r.t ry of the Cor. and is appealIng I inarter| to the ,
    ._,PIrm' ur..au.. Dry Propaganda False support Smith I First ;is the quality ot I 210 f...-t. to Church. street, Ihencellnutherly I..Unt passage by the Legis-. c ,
    n
    'l! '. Fr 'I"'e nt of the to the women of her State "not alonaChurch street -
    ?' .1( .rower.' Anaocldtlon.f Another well known Alabama be deceived by paid Republican GOODYEAR ALL- I mILl, fe.-t to the Lee place; thence
    to
    a ot the Darlnston Sernple WEATHER TREAD Honth 7M de>;reeH Kn' t lOI'-i feet;
    / cr.la" T.
    ; Mrs "
    -

    fir ,.",\.oj ace-nlon.Editor of head woman.of the famous Semple Schoolfor propaganda.Mrs. J. B. Houton of Charleston. I balloon tires-the world' Church North thence, TK Street nouthcrlr.degrees, Oil I f.Wept parallelwith,"VIlI thence, feet YES We can charge your
    declared: ORS
    GlrU. W. C. T. U. leader for'I finest at price. 8
    I Farmer tore away W. Va., a j any tn fhurch *treetth: nco flmith'ly,
    "ah. >' Maho., "It's about time we than seventeen years, has I along Chnreh Street 8M V4 feet; I _

    in.sI, ir h'rm l..ureau'r, Director Fed.raUon."lIT. In the subterfuge of prehlbltlon to Governor and .more been speaking Ira favor of Smith. j Next is the low price at thence with. Church Ranterly: -i-tr.et at 410 right feet th..nitl"n.... STORAGE BATTERY 1 InSmith's I

    'I. Former admit the opposition wholly A prominent member of the which we sell this superior I Himthrrly to point of beiclnnlnir.P. _

    Er. ur. of Montana Smith In the South Is based Preabyterlaa Church In Jefferson tire quality. Know R.: KNiririT.Hpoctnl .
    an Insidious
    Member
    U .1' Minnesota: of. on religious grounds. The City. Mo., and an ardent worker l In what that price is? Find Master In Chanrerr
    campaign A.
    whispering K. CItKWM:
    WI r "' Secretary of propaganda should of be the denounced In the the W. C. T. U., Mrs. John P. Gordon out I It will surprise:: T=U.: Solicitor for Complainant. Garage'

    ; Bureau Federation. tblplc of." Is aiding Smith. 10-E-K-11-2.I
    i .". olorado 'strongest words we can of Mrs. Amanda: Gllchrlst. descendant Finally our Service-the I

    \my- K1a "e.n.Chairman of One of the leading members hare denounced of a line of Methodist and Baptist best in town-always on %oTini day or1 after PI"AIiilxty date. JIICCIIA UGh,

    .CirtW..rs 'tI. of the the W. C. T. U. who preachers a "white ribbon" veteran I I the J job to see that your to-wlt; the 23rd day of hereof' on
    the .
    Association In prell-
    X. ,:* the part taken U. worker for QOODYEARS deliver 1021. I the tind"riil and VV. C. T. I
    l
    PresIdent of
    rro
    1 have
    ; > who of till
    I those trafor the listate of J. Nn.'b..r'j
    <1Wi. :aft rowers'ManA.er' .. ent campaign by organization.Is many years is another Missouri the long, economical decenHcd. will. apply tn II i a' _
    of of the
    ." Snlpplnu .. usurped control of woman who although a Republican J built into themat able ten. A. Oardlner, '-
    Ch ",j; Jenkllllon. mileage of Bradford County :
    Elizabeth Florida and J. R.
    Mrs. U for Governor Smith because :1 DAVIS & CO. j
    i; '''T' Chairman of r4ebrask. A dtate Director the factory. present my Voucher and final account t
    ,1. such
    nty-two of Monroe C. T. U.. of what abe calls the "damnable a. Admlnlntrator and ask
    911IIJ ;: the W.
    for for their _
    Slat publicity approval and my discharge
    of
    Agriculture C
    Prohibition. Ask of II t t'H
    resigned as a pro- curse of any our cvaromer j This :21.t day ot September: 1924.: i

    .''am.rni1[) 1- Hatch Social Mrs. Jenkinson anti-Smith campaign These are only a few of the sincere I It. I. Batten r

    aer,50'... ..t'tor c( the teat against She Is the now working active.ly W. C. T. U. member who ara I IUTCfI'' MEIt: % ICE Administrator of Kutmto of J. W INSURANCE

    'elt'' \ ')p' of Texas. .. Smith' election.In rising in arms against the "unwom I I flatten deceased
    It A.a'3'r f A<< for Governor Carrie anly un-Chrtstlan and intemperata HTATIOV 121ftliU.aorucn. __
    Va., \Mrs.
    Ie Cr' "" Association.mplet r..urer. of porumouth.Methodist Church com.munlcant. policy of the present leaders of theWomen's : 11 Starkr, Florid. OK .:L.CTIO'll AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886 I'I'I
    list of a _
    ci, Sykes a ChrUtlaa Temperance :1
    berselmember" a. I
    '.., v L ma
    .r Imlte,t thy are "lUelong of the w- >" Union._ GA_-__-_-__--- ''I To the Sheriff of Bradford County STARKE FLA.II I
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    Btat of Florida: I .

    SI = Jl B. It known. that I. II. Clay. frnw-. I I ,

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    1-01'1' FJIGIIT BRADFORD COUNTY TtXEGRAFII.> STARKE. FLORIDA /
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    i3i 2tdEoiiinty Study the ballot published in this issue. Democratic of our good church friends j jwouldn't ------- __2 -- --:- .""=;;:---=-..O"2"_ -. _
    , Telegraph dance [
    : think of missing a .,
    candidates for national and state offices are designated by I,
    or card game either, and that pro-
    Established 1877 (X). Take this sample with you to the polls. next Tuesday penalty! Is not c'uiflned simply to

    I and mark your ballot likewise. the younir. We mean the very ANDREWS

    and Entered as Second Class young; we are all young you i STORE
    Fridays
    Published Weekly on -- --:--
    know A good many people are
    :Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Democratic speaker in Brad have done good workin trying to run the church and the ,

    F- E. S. Matthews___ _____________-____Owner and PublisherJ. correcting the Republican propaganda being spread over World! together Just as a good
    :
    C. q--------------------- Managing Editor the county by "The Three Foreigners." The vote Tuesday will their many state Floridians Democracy are trying with national to mix- I;'I General Merchandis

    .. -- - show that our rural voters are not as ignorant as the speakers Republican!* .-Madison Enterprise -
    [2 ::- ------ SUBSCRIPTION HATE would like them to 'be, and do not, as one Democratic leader Recorder l

    Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-l'nyMe in Advance said, "hunt a hollow log or a gopher hole when mention is oj PHONE 151 I


    --.,- -, -Advertising Rates- on Application.- --- .. made of the Pope." o j From Other pe".J''r I I II I STARKE, FLORIDATo I

    DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES No matter how the election results, the days of the political -

    o (National and State Offices) parsons is drawing to a close. Many of them will never suc- Starke and Plant City are the get your business we are J iltrurin

    For Presidential W.Electors-ATKINSON ceed in erasing from the minds of their people words and ac- famous strawberry centers. It prices very close indeed, and at :IW.

    CLYDE CAWTIION tions of the past few weeks. The election will be over and for- they have a patent on strawberries same ti
    LANDRUM we are exerting
    SARAH around every effort to
    then we can't grow them buy
    S. W. DEESEJ. gotten, but there will always remain a question of the relig- here.-Gainesville Evening News. high et

    WALKER KEIIOE ious sincerity of these political l preachers, and their force for 0- merchandise as can be bought on the mar i

    7'' i ROBERT O. PARKER good in the community is gone To Perry Kite goes the honor of regardless of prices ; and we will
    SPARKMAN SR.
    STEPHEN M. '
    certainly
    o growing the first ripe strawberry :
    For United States Senator- of the 1928-29 season, says the preciate your business.We .
    Before you cast your vote next Tuesday give the mattera
    ; PARK TRAMMELLFor Starke Telegraph. Here's a Kite
    Congress, Second District- thought. You cannot be a Democrat and vote the Republican with high agricultural( ambitions. have just received a new ann fresh lot

    R. A. GREEN ticket-either partly or as a whole. A Democrat will sup- Tlmes-Un'on.! quality.flours, fresh from the mills]
    tl' For Governor- port his ticket ; the Republican will support his nominees- -0- : and qUI,

    DOYLE E. CARLTONFor they are duty and honor bound to do so. Our Democrats ex- Something relished by all"thefirst you these prices which are very )lnv\" ", consid

    Secretary of State- pect the Republicans to remain true to their the nip of tall.-Tlmes-unlon'l ing the and <
    Republicans
    n II. CLAY CRAWFORD party; Four but of quality, guarantee behind them
    have only contempt for those Democrats who have fal- Starke Telegraph. Cars
    II For Comptroller rHKNEST It'-I
    V AMOS len for their propaganda and deserted the party of the South.o DeLand the right News.for Bradford I, DIAMOND S, GOOD 'WHITE SKIS1GFLOUR

    .For Commissioner ot Agriculture I
    t; NATHAN[ MAYO --o- ---- ----
    The speaker at Tuesday night's Anti-Smith meeting at ,

    !"1 : For' Railroad MRS. R.Commissioners L. EATON ,; the courthouse in his opening remarks made a statement that the Bradford title of "Florida's county again Strawberry carries I 12 Pound, Sacks ____ h ___

    lr A. S. WELLSFor ; every person in the courtroom who had voted in a previous Center."-Starke Telegraph. May 21 Pound Sacks .---.- --- $1

    i r Attorney General general election knew to be false. He stated that heretofore "Florida's It never descend Straw Vote to'the Center.title"-of I 96 Pound Sacks __._ __. .

    FRED II. DAVIS names of presidential electors were placed alphabetically but !Miami Reach Sun. 'J

    l; For Treasurer- this year the "Llquorcrats" changed the order of things and -0- MORNING"GLORY, A LETTER GRADE

    r n. HUDSON BURR placed their electors at the head of the ticket. Any Democrat Central Florida's greatest political (

    W. V. KNOTTFor "' knows his party's electors have headed the ticket that state gathering Is expected Tues- SELF-RISING
    day u.'ght; when Congressman Lex
    ,' Superintendent Public Instruction-; Democratic nominees!! have come before Republican nominees Creen makes his speech for the I 12 Pounds ___ uu2J -

    without regard to alphabetical arrangement. File copies of national ticket in the Ahuhua: Pounds __
    1' x W. S. CAWTHON _u_________ $1;
    1 the Telegraph carrying the ticket of campaigns in the past are county court .house.-Gainesville
    For Justices of the Supreme Court- Dally Sun. 96 Pounds _
    s' cpen'to those with short memories. I ------- -- --- $$1
    ARMISTEAD BROWN --,,0-

    LOUIE W. STRUM a Florida will have one Republican TOPS ALL SUPERLATIVE SELF
    r. They are coming out from under cover. The Florida In- senator In the next session of 11 I -RISII
    /tw. .
    For State Senator dependent, a Republican paper{? published in Tampa, says the legislature-Senator Edgar W. FLOUR
    E. M. JOHNS of Jacksonvllle.-
    For Representative-'. "Democrats Not Morally Bound to VofffJ'oV'poyle! Carlton." Starke Waybrlght Telegraph. And Way- 12 pounds __-______-u, __.

    k, GEO. W. HAZEN Speaking of the primary in which Carlton ceived about one- bright et al will remain hence- I I 21 Pounds i$1].

    third of the votes cast, the Independent says: "Now the ludi- forth and forever more in the Republican
    party or we miss our
    "Restful Days Await Hoover"-Nearly fifteen hundredof crous spectacle is presented of a small minority of the Demo guess and opinion! of real Florida, DAISY QUEEN SUPERLATIVE WHIT

    'em. cratic party demanding that more than two-thirds of the par- Democrats. Lest we forget.

    1 -_ ty face about and meekly accept the nominee 'whom they I Greenville Progress. I PATENT FLOUR

    unanimously opposed as unfit for the office ,in the face of the 0---- 12 Pounds __uu_.______ 4
    You can safely bet on Bradford remaining in the Demo- fact that not their Read the communication from
    s cratic column only privilege but. their moral duty is to Superintendent Cawthon, who i 21Pounds$1$/,
    f rally to the support and election of William J. Howey, the urges the voters to keep the limit

    o-- I Hoover of Florida." on school tax lexy. The state sup- I ALSO PILLSBURY, ORIENT tvDOTH?

    If you have a hole in your change pocket, a better illus- u erintendent Is In better position to _-u _.___ FLOURS
    Judge the good to be accomplishedby
    tration of Republican.prosperity cannot be found. Now Hoover is charged with and enslaving the'Republic the new amendment, and he

    o---. of Liberia for the benefit of his friend and 1 Campaign' contribu.. states the ratification ot the pro- Little Red Sweaters for Children

    Grade of road 28 is now complete from Lake City to the tor Harvey Firestone. That charge was not made for political backward.-Starke posed amendment would Telegraph.be a step Al- Same in light Brown __._ -.. _

    ''I Flagler county line. Now for the surfacing. purposes, but was presented to the World Court of the League so, Mr. Cawthon agrees with us,-
    I Fleece lined sport coats for men $$2
    of Nations on Monday of this week by a Commission which Palm Beach Independent.o .
    --o
    has spent than --o- Fleeced pull overs for men _. $$1
    Smith for president; Carlton for governor. You've guessed more a year investigating the facts. This is
    I no light matter. It is newspaper life is a wonderful And of Ladies' and Childre
    serious. The United States Govern- a good variety
    it-we
    1, are voting the Democratic ticket. thlnff. It teaches one how to 1 .
    ment has been used by Herbert Hoover to oppress and enslave smile wnen some member of the Sweaters.

    o( the weak and defenseless Republic of Liberia for the benefitof gentle sex wants to know why the j
    Fellowship Forum says the Solid South is for Hoover. Harvy Firestone's paper can't. ever get her name Cumberland Ground Coffee, pound
    Rubber I
    Yes, it's solid for him-from Key West south. dition Company, with the express con- right. It makes one glad when Maxwell House Coffee Pound cans
    that the ,
    Liberian '
    government shall be subject to sup- some fellow comes in with a big'

    o ervisors "to be:designated by future Presidents of the United story of how he made a couple of Charmer Coffee, per can __- .
    Democrats of Bradford should ask why the Republicans States." million, and; be keeps right on
    Things like this
    show the reason why big business Extra- Good Green Coffee, Pound
    making the He
    same
    I of Penney Farms qualified 600 voters in pay. sighs
    negro Clay county. contribute millions to elect Herbert Hoover. when 'cussed' by the Republicans, Good'Blue Rose Rice 6 cents pound,-ZI?

    0-- ..... and smiles when lauded by the
    $
    ---------,-.- --'--ri" _.. Democrats. 'TIs a great life. Pbundsfor$1?!
    : The guy next door says the growing flapper cannot long ---- Try It.

    maintain her equilibrium if she persists in using'skirt goods -Bradenton.Herald. SUGAR, 17 pounds for _____ $$1
    -
    ---o--
    that shrink. t THE POLITICAL POTA Booka;om the life of Hoover are 'SUM AID RAISINS, red or blue, pklT- -

    r'p ,being distributed to school chil- Pound Pkffs. DRIED PEACHES
    dren
    over the county by Republicans. -
    Horror of horrors'! George Washington was a sachem of I We can Imagine what kind SUNGOLD MILK, Tall ____-
    Tammany Hall I We -,- ,... ......_ of howl
    can no longer believe'that story of th ----..;.. a they would set up if SUNGOLD MILK small __
    cherry tree! A straw vote taken from the Those who believe that Florida books dealing withthe, early life ,
    of Smith, his religious training, his SUNGOLD CORNED BEEF
    negroes
    students at the University gave can be organized to vote
    0----
    success in public office,
    the were dIstributed -
    Smith a two to one vote. The Un!, Democratic ticket should talk SUNGOLD TRIPE __ _
    Two Atlanta to our school children. It
    students commltteed with hU
    two murders to get a verslty is safely Democratic.DeLand some of our local colored peo-
    Jl thrill. A permanent cure for a thrill of this type is an electric News. ple and be disillusioned. They American would be homes termed an invasion of SUNGOLD LUNCH TONGUE
    by the
    rj shock of 1400 volts -0- of are all Ham.tor-Hoover Live Oak, to the Democrat.last son Starke Telegraph. School teachers pope.- RED SEAL COOKED BRAINSRed

    o .BUhop Gallor, dean of Episcopal Which Is correct and proper. No who try to teach politics on either Seal and Sungold Brands of Canned tare <
    Bishops asked for his s'de! should be fired- Palm
    while Beach
    reasons
    Exchange says cats have two sets of vocal chords, one to tor supporting Smith, said: "I ama has man.any Democrat respect for or Republican Independent, the highest grade that can be bought.

    purr with and one to mew with. Probably the two for nightly white man." And the Bishop negro, and no a Democratic ------0-_
    Southern
    d concerts on the backyard fence. spoke a mouthful.-Tampa Tribune will demean himself to gentleman ask- Growing conditions and general IRON CLAD HOSE FOR MEN and WOMf)

    a negro for hIs vote. Southern prospects for strawberries In the seven-eight
    k: -0---- peo Plant Also Children's half lengths
    -0 ple expect City section are better than ,
    negroes to be
    ;' If you think Anti-Smiths are working to defeat the Demo- Itepub- they have been In '
    We heard a mam say yesterday licans and do not blame them for years accord- and full length hose.
    cratic presidential candidate alone, check up on the negro voters that he was going to vote for Al BO being, but a negro Democrat is lug to growers and strawberry experts length

    t. qualified in this and adjoining counties. t Smith because he was a CatholicIf a freak and a monstrosity.-Palm ,previously of the estimated vicinity. Experts have Hawk Brand Work Clothes for Men 3
    for no other reason. This man Reach Independent. that the crop
    o was protestant, but he was a -- will be at least 25 per cent !larger; Boys Endicott-Johnson Shoes for evervbc'
    Another long distance prognosticator thinks kissing will Protestant who believed la relig than last year, and the statements ,
    Let the
    I i ious toleration and In the Republican party, even today bear out their earlier! estimates t p\c\vf\
    be constitu- Utensils.
    extinct !in another fifty years. Some of our flappers plan tion of the United States. San- during/ one administration point to says! the Tampa Times I Aluminum Ware: Cooking

    i to be just entering the "dangerous age" by then. ford Herald.Lest a record such as achieved by the Moat of the strawberry plants are :I tures StovePipes.
    Democratic
    party during the years already In the ground. It Is fill ,
    --l----- estimated
    i --0- of 1912 to 19 20. and then Its leaders I that several" hundred nnroa,
    After the election the PaRAGraphers can decfde which I we forget, tills. Is what can look with all the 8atl fac- wilt be planted thisU in- I
    year that EGGS
    sentence is the most fitting for this season-"All liars are William Allen White, preaUteut t'on at their command upon some part of the state. The average II 'WE WANT CHICKENS AND
    Smith knocker, said of 'Herbert thing accomplished for the people number of
    good fishermen, vs "All fishermen are good liars." Hoover In his as a whole. quarts raised last year We
    N newspaper Just be- The people of the na was 2,000 to the acre. It Is estimated are pcying fcr No. 1 H'lzileEOU3
    o--- fore the Kansas City convention: tion have every reason to elect the that the
    yield this
    Wall Street is not son confident Hoover will be elected. "In the Republican shambles he Democratic party's standardbearer nm well above those figures year ,will as For No. 1 clean mixed Eggs

    Odds have dropped from four to one to even money, with and Is vaguely timorous reminiscent capon fluttering of a plump anxiously Smith.to the The presidency opposing-party Governor has not AI condition the ground for seems the plants to be In better Fryers, 2 to 3 pound weight -

    beta hard to get. There's evidently a good on the outskirts ot tree- been able to find one single to get a
    reason. fo -all a detrimental to his' thing good, healthy start ot!. The aver- Hens __ .____-. _
    cockllght.-Tampa Tri- candidacy. The
    ---0 age price per quart paid: for Plant

    Reports from Republican state headquarters" indicate bune. wttt people vote should for Smith consider and that the they! City strawberries last year was 38 Leghorn Fryers ___ _____-__
    -- --- party cents. October is
    Howe)' will be elected by 15,000 majority. What's the use of People whose memories do not that really accomplishes something -,I planting month for also strawberries a heavy Leghorn lens _.____ __

    holding the blamed election anyhow-Howey. has 15,000 and run back half a century or so think look, the back party which can honestly i I 'n the Starke and Lawtey sections.
    Hoover 15.000,000 ? ? ? ? ? this a bitter presidential cam- with satisfaction ', Word comes from Bradford county ahi
    Sarasota Times.
    .. I paign. We don't This campaign that large acreage is being planted To you folks in town who are paying
    () 'la not as bitter that of -0----- and that the season has sell''
    as 1876, been are
    The entering wedge by the Republicans in Florida has when the Democrats elected Tilden Judge Butord'a address was a Ideal for giving the plants a good price for eggs shipped in here, we '
    gem. We '
    thought Mrs.
    been by persuading some Democrats they should vote for and the Republicans" counted him hadn't left much for him to Hannah say on start.strawberry Returns from Florida's the number One White Eggs, fresh from'

    t Hoover. The next step is to persuade them Florida is in dire out of the; It is three not as' bitter' as any' one the subject but he said It all lions of dollars crop runs In the mil- \ a0fd9.;
    84 annually.
    88, 92 Plant
    or _
    country guaranteed at _
    right. other ,
    Among things, the
    need of a Republican governor. when Cleveland was the Democratic City. Starke, Lawtey and Wau-
    Judge said Catholics could 'I
    change chula
    are the
    candidate, leading
    not
    --- that of 96 their views well the strawberry
    as as Methodists
    centers In
    when Bryan rode I point of shipments.
    Hoover's promise to call an extra session of congress to hobby to defeat. his free silver and the latter had changed, ,Times-Union;

    consider farm relief is a grand stand play. Farmers are tiredof more foolish things But being there 8&ld-are he said, or they woudn't now be -o- Andrews State
    their
    wearing shoe heels off at the
    There will be
    the sort of consideration possibly because there church services
    the Republican party has shown are more dances. You will find Baptists, the Christian at
    them during the last eight foolish people to say them.-Palm, Presbyterians Episcopalians and church both. mornIng -
    years-they prefer a little action. Beach Independent. and evening. Sunday Nov. 4.
    others at these
    affair also. Some Everybody welcome.
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