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PAGE 7 enlarge upon these qualities and add th best'fcntil of the Indian stock.... "During the time we have used the Brahma stock we have found that in crossing it with the milking strains of this country, we transmit h .V' A Kg Program At the Grand Oliver D. Bailey's play, "Branded." a great deal . of feeling from the character of Ruth Sawver. who is from the past come to haunt her. In the end, however, she is safe" from th .cloudi '. of yeteirdiayr ' "The Branded Woman", permits Miss Taf rhaQge to express nearly every emo tion known to a femine heart. The picture Offers: a goodly number of Jerise situations which develop into partner for life. The star is excel lently supported by Percy Marniont, Vincent Serrano and George Faw- COATLESS CAMPAIGN STARTED, , T AtaW Prean.1 ., . Rome, Jury 80. A take-off -your coat experiment for the not summer forced to go through life wit the TLE TO Z stigma of her motner s bad name. Circumstances .compel Ruth to flee America and happiness is her re cett.- Anita ' Loot ana AiDert rant er adapted the' play, while the latter directed. Tuesday and ' Wednesday the b'K feature "MadonnA and Men" will be shown.' " . months has succeeded in very high aristocratic circles iri "KomiS. The "coatless campaign wai carried so far that in one of the smartest balls given by the select society, the men appeared in white flannel trousers rustling qualities, reduce the quan is coming to the Grand theater Mon day as a motion picture under the title of "The Branded Woman," and offers Norma Talmads-e with n vnlo tity oi mil, which is natural, cross ing a beef and milkinir strain. ht ward when she. accepts the young diplomat, Courtena?, for her hus a climax of gripping dimensions. There is a good moral established, too, which points out that no truths should be hidden when one takes a improve upon the richness, in v the majority of cases." band. ;. - ' m--a PrrM) . which demands the utmost in histri-1 But this hapnineBi J of short du snThe success Let B. B. DO iT." j,obe, "" . , onic capabilities. The star extracts ration since some of her uhadows t-9-V and shirts. imets to improve tne eei 1 f nafivn cat- fay Morning, y- Oh MAKE HAKUT feoss-breemng L, cattle of India, is report- vtle Hull, manager n.M. ranch here. There is lv of the Indian pure breds, to Mr. Hull, but theev h8 and three quarter breda uncommon ana ne naa .i son of this type. The ..ttle are virtually free ef Lbstance exuded by the cat- Hull says tne inaian tiue ,erent rustling qualities and , ration that will starve a - Lluable characteristic of the cattle are transmitted to ne . .wnrdine to Mr. Hull, and Us have proved, he adds, .train of the Indian cattle Les in the hybrid after LtHinc. scribes the Brahma as "ex- hardy" cattle, due to the ps their ancestors have un in resisting the droughts', Lect pests and general con- India." Brahma tendencies seems to Lte where there is but a tace of the Brahama blood," "A cross or rather an m- f the Indian blood into the Lrds makes an ideal -range if breed. Florida cattle are e beeves, being well shaped, Ind stocky. By crossing we EMLOYERS Siings being equal, the job to the ervicemen. - HODCEPOST No. 45 ERICAN LEGION Palmetto Dairy Fa rm I wish to advise the people of Palatka that I have a perfectly sanitary dairy. Cement floors to milk on, a modern straining and bot tling room, and all the sanitary laws are strictly adhered to. The government, state and city have recently inspected my dairy, and all cows tested for t. b. which they reported to be in the finest condition possible, and the milk tested 100 per cent pure. Effective August 1st, milk will be delivered to your door at 15c per quart, pints 8c. Whole sale quarts 12c. If YOU want pure, sweet milk delivered I will be pleased to have your order. " R. W. TENNAtfT, Proprietor F. F. D. Route 1, Box 84 ' Government Inspectors Found Our Dairy Herd to Be 100 Per Cent Perfect During this continued hot weather it is indeed important that the milk you use be pure and fresh. It is a duty of everyone who pur ' chases milk for the home to demand of their dairyman a government certificate showing the condition of their dairy. ,' Government inspectors just recently completed an inspection of our dairy herd and found them to be ioo per cent perfect. This means that they are free from all infectious diseases, and 'also that our dairy is conducted in a most sanitary manner. Our dairy is equipped with a modern Delco power plant. The milking, etc., is done by machinery and is never exposed or handled by hand. ' j ; Quarts, 15c; Pints, 'Qc. Free delivery made anywhere in Palatka. PECAN DAIRY N. S. REGISTER, Proprietor. Z3C w MY 'FFER f These Hot Days and Nights? If you can't go to the mountains. the beach, one of our ';j . Like playing on a mountain topi tOf all places in the house, the nursery should j be kept comfortable. Kiddies feel the heat worse than grown-ups and their welfare should be the first consideration. G-E Fans will not only make playtime more comfortable but their cool breezes will be a source of delight. Have you a G-E fan in your home? 1 Will bring 'the breezes to you ire have a complete stotH to ' w ttci from, and Jur priced are rtasctialle Spenceir Eleetrie Gompaey "QUALITY ELECTRICAL WORK"