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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 18, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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PRESIDENT CLUB I At Club House Democratic to Clone Victory; Two Drive Counties Brought : ARE DAMAGED\ County's To-End Share FebruaryLeon Now Totals Giving TroubleExperiment TO BE STARTED 1 f j 'u.

Oter the Top $ ,$0; Season's. Total tone

I IN COLD SPELLFifty $600,000 << Station Official Find IN A FEW DAYS
NOW ORGANIZEDformation American Legion Presents Enter The Florida Army of Democratic I Fields This Section Infested

taining"Play Tonight at Women will bring its Victory Drive I I February collections of the tax With PamerasMesllrs. _. -
Woman's Club close March mutuel wagering and admission
campaign to a Friday, on part
I'l-r Cent Cut to Potatoes In ;Two Group of 8I1rv..,'''.'' Will BeAssigned <
will turn tickets to race tracks
of Club to Work for 25, when all captains Hustings Area Is J. R. Watson and A. N. ,
"The Girl three act to ITnitonttaklngWork
big accord-
Only funds collected during the drive amounted to $232,048.96,
Roosevelt Perfected Wed musical will be staged to Reported Tlnsot of the experiment station
comedy, over to colonels of their district Ing to records In the comptroller'8department In
Detiday-1\leetln Called night. (Friday,) at the Woman's Tuesday.This University of Florida were of
I according to announcement by on a physical survey
For :March 22nd :Club auditorium. Forty people are Mrs. James M. Carson Miami, gen- 'I'' Frost and ice, which accompanied sum added to December Starke Monday, being called here the proposed Gulf-Atlantic ship ,

in the cast, Including a number of eral of the Florida. army. winter's latest march through collections amounting to 13733. by some of the strawberry !growers canal across North Florida will get

Formation of a Bradford County high class musical numbers by a Mrs. Christine Tolan of Flagler Dixie, caused heavy crop damage. 73, and January collections total- to advise them how to combat another under way within a few days It

Roosevelt for President Club was local beauty chorus, and the little Beach, colonel of Flagler county Particularly In Florida reports to Ing $113.151 makes a total sum strawberry peat the pam- was learned following a meeting InJack"onvillto
at a meeting Wednesday the State Marketing Bureau Indicated eras. The unusually warm weather
completed dolls. of 33.69 to the state board
mama was the first to lead her district $3M, accruing of members of a
night at the office of MayorH. Cast of characters: over the top. Tuesday. i racing commission. Leon county's brought this Insect out earlier this of United States Army eglneera. .

C. Wall, the preliminary meet- Frank Bowers Owen Griffin. Indian River county, under' the Estimates of the destruction in share of the fund is approximately year, and Mr. Watson stated it Is The survey work will be under- ,
citizens Florida. from to prevalent all over the strawberry
attended by many ranged slight as
Ing being i Harry Lyons Lenthall Wyman. direction of Mrs. A. W. Young of $5,330. taken by two groups of IS to 20 '
from different sections of the Sauls. high aa 100 per cent to some tender Is not to be dividedto growing sections of the state, be- /' ,, ,
Syl Martin-Joe Vero Beach followed Flagler's lea- The money men each, It wa announced. '
county. Organization was completed Mel Tatum-"Red" Montletb dership, being the second to reach unprotected crops as far southas the counties until after July ing especially bad in the southern I Approximately $UI>,OOO was recently > fJ)
with the election of Col. J. II Otto-Robert F. Demorest. its goal. the Everglades Frank Scruggs, 1. according to the racing bill. At part of the state. authorized for conductingthe

L. Frazee as county chairman and Wilson-Mrs.. J. D. Doyle. i bureau statistician said. that time the., state treasurer deducts Method of treating this pest was II survey which will Include a n, '1''
J C. Robinson, secretary. As an Emily Martin-Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Light to heavy frost was general whatever expenses the racing given In the last Issue of the Tele- study of the territory lying between *. I
Turpentine Industry most of the state last grAph, but Mr. Watson says to be '
throughout }
board one or more men '
advisory Jr.Margaret. commission has Incurred retaining two proponed routes known ,: i\ ,
from each of the county voting Lyons -Miriam Jac- Aided By Dr. GerryComplete night. Sub-freezing temperatureswere 10 per cent of the remainIng effective plants should be sprayed as Route 7 and Route 8-A. .', ','

precincts will be selected to assist reported from the Jacksonville total and distributes the balance at least twice, not longer than one Route 7 starts on the East Coa t i),' tit: ,
work. obs.Elizabeth area south through the interior week apart. The first sprayingwill 'I' f ,
in his
chairman
the county Tatum-Mary Canova. On equally to the 67 Individual at Cumberland Sound, runs west ,
*! Flve-Vear Study not laid In plant tissue
of Moore Haven In the extreme get
These men will also serve as the The Cook- ? t Florida Forest south counties. The 10 per cent Is retained and these eggs will batch in three to through the St. Marys River, south :; > ; (
membership committee of the club. Miss Eatelle Davis-Pianist. portion. for use by the race commission The of Folkston, Ga., through the Oke'I<)' f
Publicity committee will be madeup Between acts 1 and 2 "My Baby Thermometers dropped to near next season. four days of warm weather. fenokee Swamp, to Ellavllle to St. ", *

of Messrs. G. M. Inman, J. C. Said, Yes Yes" by beauty chorus. Cutting narrower streaks is la- freezing or below In most of the i March receipts will not be reported second spray week later than the Marks, to Crooked River and out :,: i/'11 j
creasing turpentine yields, and at south, and continued cold waa fore first will kUl the young pameras
Robinson. H. C. Wall. Wedding of the "Painted Doll" by to the comptroller until at St. George Sound. ,i 1
the time Inflicting less damage cast for 'I before old enugh to lay '
same tonight Virginia, North they are
Purpose of the meeting was outlined eighteen of the young set. April 1. With the passing of this Route 8-A starts at Orange I \
to pine; trees In turpentine orchards : and South Carolina Georgia. FlorIda -: another crop of eggs. the'f
by DeWitt C. Jones, of Between acts 2 and 3 Miss iu- month, the active racing season just south of Jacksonville on : \
of the South. A five-year .. ,; and Slowly In of this Mr. Watson
pent
Kentucky Tennessee. telling .'
Gainesville representing George B. Ise Stern in tap dancing. "Story will be over hence it was predicted Est! Coast goes to MIddleburff. ,. jr. ;
Hills of Jacksonville, who has Book Ball," by the chorus. Other test of chipping methods recently rising temperatures were predicted : that with one more active stated growers who do nothingto then Just south of Lawtey through :}J j .
In the Choctawhatchee for Louisiana will lose
charge of the Roosevelt state organization and dances during the actionof completed Mississippi, month's receipts, supposedly equalto combat the pameras New River, High Springs to Stcpb ,iiensvllle \
songs National Forest In Florida by the Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas their entire crop. The few days of, ,
assistedin the total to ami out the Stelnhatchee f.
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and Mr. Jones February, revenues
the play. Forest Service, U. S. Departmentof and for the entire region tomorrow. cold weather this section has had I and perfecting the permanent organ- This is staged by American be derived ought to reach a sum river. Both of these routes f i
play shows that chip- Such tender will check the Insect but until :
tomatoes only
: Agriculture crops as ,
surft ,
for between half million the between them will be )
ization. Pledges were prepared Post No. 66, and is posi- probably a orl300,000. area f
Legion ping a one-fourth inch streak once beans., cucumbers squash potatoes warm weather returns. Every Si
circulating over the county to be the event of the sea- $ veyed. ;', | i t t1
tively comedy j' ;
a week gives better results than peppers, melons and peas, Hold examined by Mr. Watson was
The collects
Democratic voter state three cent
it. Doors at per kt
signed by any Don't miss open
son. either half-Inch or three-fourths which supply the northern markets Infested more less with the pam- '
who has settled upon Roosevelt as 7:30, show at 8 p. m. Inch suffered to dam- of all wagering at race tracks, plus Method of plants Infested ., l
the logical man for the presidency.One chipping. light heavy either 15 per cent of the admission eras. treating 46 Counties Get ?
The starting of faces lower on age In Florida. with the pest is as follows: ,
tickets 10 cents admission
are or ,
of these pledges per '
or more interest of all parties concerned."It trees and the chipping of narrow Cucumbers Killed "Plant that seem to wilt, refuse "s1
now in each precinct. is hoped that the association shown to more to the State whichever Is the greater This to and which the berries
streaks were yield Reports Marketing grow, on
for hold- money Is paid to the state treasury Pro Rata Funds
completed
Plans were opinion with respected to the ultimate turpentine and to be more profitable Bureau from Orlando, In Central turn hard and fall likely are Infested J JTo
the first meeting of the Brad- every seventh day. Each person .1
ing results that may be obtainedby than using high faces with Florida, said 75 per cent of the with pameras unless red
President at tracks
for employed a race a
Roosevelt pays
ford County reason of the recent contractwill wide chipping. These methods cucumber crop in that section had spiders" are on the plants. They
Club at the courthouse next be fulfilled and that the naval prolonged the productive life of been killed and that all crops In $10 yearly occupational license tax. can be located by scratching Aid Schools
22nd and an invitation Occupational license taxes against I
Tuesday, March stores industry as a whole may receive the trees. At the end of five years Marion and Alachua counties and around In the crown of the plant ; : \
the tracks collected
Is extended to the public. are only by Il
real benefits therefrom."It the narrow-chipped faces on the at Trenton, seat of Gllchrlst coun- the the and looking for small black or reddish
candidates alike are municipality licensing l
Voters and this meeting. has been the disposition of National Forest were only four ty, and Lacrosse, had been destroyed. track. All free passes pay the admission Insects Tho red ones are the Twnntv-one Counties Fall Send! la : 11\.i

asked to attend this bank to cooperate fully with, Feet hie-h... while th.___ _faces____ with un wide__ tax the same as paid ad young and resemble ants but are Monthly Attendance Report I '
the association as well as the naval chipping had reached 10 feet and The potato crop in the Hastings, missions. more active. The older ones look -- ,"" "frf I \ ; )!'

stores industry, to the fullest possible further chipping bad become diff section was damacw* at least 60 I more like the chinch bug and have .Only 46 counties of the state ;,i

Green Is extent In so far as the interest per cent, according to-H. L. Rob- TRI-ASSOCIATIONAL its odor. participated In the distribution of .,' ,

of the bank and the association cult.Microscopic examination of the inson, manager of the Hastings MINISTER'S CONFERENCEThe "The pyrethrum sprays are ordinarily tate school money disbursed on )

would permit. We are hopeful that chips showed better developmentof Potato Growers' Association and more effective than tobacco March 0 by the state department r ( '

Naval the agreement recently made by oleoresin passages and tissue in similar damage was estimated to Trl- ssoctatlonl11 Minister's extracts, but a good application of of education. ,I) f'r I ,',

Assisting the association with the Columbia the narrow chips, also a better cucumbers, tomatoes, and beans Conference, composing Santa Fe Black Leaf 40 and penetrol will Superintendent W. S. Cawthon t ', I

Naval Stores Company will resultIn wood growth above the turpentin near Wauchula. River, New River and Harmony help. Since these Insects work stated Saturday that 21 counties I, '

a decided Improvement.. and will ed faces Taking large chips cuts Unofficial reports to the bureau Associations was held with First down Into the crown of the plantone had not forwarded monthly attendance ';' ''iii'. ,

Stores Factors be helpful to the Industry as a away and wastes the short pass- from Texas said 75 per cent of the Baptist Church Dr. O. P. Raymond must soak this part thoroughly reports to his office up to that '

whole. ages before they have time to yield tomato crop there had been killed pastor Starke, March 15, with the spray to get them. It date and were left out of the list '
full amounts of rosin. and the seed beds damaged. North 1932. is a good plan for one man to hold when funds amounting to U2 ,- ,;' r; ..

Washington. D. C. March 7.-At Regarding the bill introduced in i The Forest Service recommends Carolina strawberries and all fruit The program for the day was as the leaves la his hand while another 185.60 became available for distri 'I ,

the suggestion of J. A. Phifer of the house by Representative R. A. one-fourth inch chipping or "Iowchipping" and bloom were reported killed as follows: sprays the base of the plant. bution. Only 88282.26 was dls'I, I J

Gainesville Florida, J. C. March Green to provide facilities for the as foresters call it, especially were all watermelons In South 10:30: a. m. Devotion-W, B. "It Is perfectly safe as far as bursed. >' 'i t .

of Lake City, and other Florida Veterans Hospital at Lake City, for young timber where Georgia and South Carolina. Dam- Hicks. the consumer Is concerned, to use Mr. Cawthon said a number of 'ft'I : ;I't t

naval stores producers, Rep. R. A. Florida, Col. George E. Ijams' assistant -. several workings are planned. This age to South Carolina Green peas 10 a. m. Business and offering. these sprays." the county superintendents who on 'f' .

Green requested the president of administrator of the Veterans method is also adapted for use in was estimated at from 40 to 75 per 11:05: a. m. The use and abuseof March 9 were tartly with their reports L1 p

the Federal Intermediate Credit Bureau, in a letter to Judge conjunction with the practice of cent killed. music in Worship.-J. W. Jelks. FIKST CENSUS CORRECT had since forwarded them to "< |t|

Bank has advanced loans. In.hla Green says: "The Federal board of thinning pine stands for pulpwood, Reports of the state bureau from 11:45: a. m. Open forum. Tallahassee, and just as soon a* all L t VI' !()'
hospitalization is now making a the financial returns be- sections of Florida Mrs A. Wood, who had charge are re'i' ;'
communication, Judge Green pointed increasing other were as 12:30: p. m. Birthday luncheon of the 21 missing reports .' .
out that If an agreement couldbe : study of the needs of additional fore the final cutting for lumber. follows: with Dr. G. P. Raymond. 'of taking the federal census of ceived the remainder of the fund. 1 I, '

reached as to the date and man- construction throughout the entire The lumber yield is improved too "Pompano-Early reports Indicate 1:30: p. m. Devotion-W. H. 1930, asks the Telegraph to correct amounting to $36,003.30, would be ;if'! : $1 ,d&i

ner of marketing these products it country, and if this board should !since' leas wood is exposed to pitch frost damage to tomatoes in Same the statement attributed to Mr. .distributed 'i|'. ; ;.

probably would have a wholesome determine that additional hospital soaking and Insect attack and the Indian River section and Pompanoand 2:30: p. m. Questions and answers Waterman that she failed to list Raodlustmnnt Necessary" |]IY '?., I" KJalloted ,'

effect upon the present naval stores beds are required In the state of scars heal rapidly. Danla areas Lake Okeechobed -T. D. Denman. several families when taking the Readjustment of the amounts f" jr I !

market He suggested that the Florida you nay rest assured that A valuable leaflet entitled "More sections reports frost west of The birthday luncheon was served census. In every lose where residents to each county as their ''h., } )iff I l

market was weak and that pro- : your Interest and suggestions HB Turpentine, Less Scar Better Pine" South Bay and Including Clewiston at the Woman's Club by the social I reported to Mr. Waterman pro rata share of state school < ,1';'

ducers were many of them not to a possible increase In hospital by Dr. Eloise Gerry gives photographs and outlying points east of Canal committee of the Baptist I they had not been listed, Mrs. Wood money Is necessary at this time -j j

realizing the cost of production.In facilities at Lake City will be given and details of the chipping Point and Pahokee, but practically Woman's Missionary society, and' showed where the Information was Mr. Cawthon stated since in many I '''J

reply to his request Judge due consideration. tests and may be obtained by writing no damage to crops In bottom at this time Mrs. C. A. Knight secured from another source and counties a number of schools have J f

Green today received the following "In this connection your atten- to the Office of Information lands around Belle Glade. No frost presented the honor guest!! of the so Hated. Mr. Waterman's final been closed and as the number of ', Ilt ,

communication from P. H. Daniels tion Is Invited to the fact that U. S. Department of Agriculture damage reported in Dade and Collier occasion with gifts In behalf of the figures for Starke show nearly 1- teacher units In a county becomes :

president of the Intermediate Credit there is under construction at the Washington, D. C. counties. Bean crops, Pompano society. 700 population and aa his list carries less funds disbursed.to that county :i> .

Bank: !"Permit me to acknowl- present time a new Veterans Ad- section, probably damaged 25 per Rev. W. J. Meade and Dr. Solomon names and location Its correct. are reduced proportionately. Be- J'| M. I, It";I ';

edge receipts of your letter dated ministration Home at St. Petersburg !\IRSlLRY M. KINNEY cent or more. spoke during the luncheon. ness can be easily checked. Thin cause of this necessary readjustr f<'|- e'j
Florida. These will be Included Tomato Reduced list Is with the city clerk. As both superintendents have t:, .j'
January 30. 1932. enclosing a letter I Acreage Among the ministers present ment county ..
from at this facility. a 159 beds "Belle GladeOf estimated tomato Alachua enumerators insist their figuresare been prompt as usual In furnishing .'jj .'
Hon. J. A. Phlfer, Gainesville Lake Butler March 10-Mrs. were: Rev. W. J. Meade ; not as I'*',
Flo., with reference to the naval general medical and surgical. hos- Mary Matilda.. McKinney died here crop believe about half unhurt Rev. J. W. Jelks Newberry; Rev. correct, It means that Starke the state' department with ''I

stores situation. For the past sev- pital." yesterday morning at the family by Sunday night's freeae but W B. Hicks Waldo; Rev. J. T. gained practically 300 populationIn their and .f"t"I

eral weeks negotiations have been I. The Green bill 'authorizes the, She, other half from 60 per cent to entirely Denroan. Mcintosh: Rev. H. E. lens than two_yoars. teacher unit figures.'I
after longillness.
a
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___'.i__ __ o nn <1 _addition.._ __ to rwldence ._ -- -- ";
ui a *w w** n killed and yield all acreage T. V. -- department, Mr. Cawthon "
under way between the Gum Tur erection native of Thomas county 'Rtdenour, Gainesville; Rev. The ''
was a TILl. ..
Admin- THIEF: IlOlVi
pentine-Rosin Marketing Association the United States Veterans but had made her home In will! be reduced 60" per cent account McCall. Gainesville; Rev. Claude stated, bad voluntarily adoptedthe \ 1
\iteration hospital at Lake City. Ga., continued cold and high Rev. W. II. -- some months ago of f' \l1r
Jacksonville Fla., a corporative Lake Butler for about 72 years., Bridges Trenton; a rear windowto practice f
marketing association which She was a member of the Lake winds. Estimate tomnto crop dam : Barnes, Trenton; Rev. Crady Herndon Breaking through the Bradford making monthly disbursements of r (.':
had previously pledged with this Relative to the proposed canal church and had been aged fully 60 per cent. All beanson Trenton; Rev. S. 8. Proctor, gain access to nchool money to the counties. i. I I' ,

Bank as collateral for loans madeto across north Florida, Mr. M. 11. Butler In Baptist her church work up until land other than close! up lake Lake Butler; Dr. Solomon, Jacksonville County Farmers Supply Co., a negro the- There Is no statute requiring this II t. '<..! "'
active
it, gum turpentine and gum rosin Northcrosa.j In the Ocala Evening She la survived by four bottom and Islands killed. Very ; Rev. W. A. McMeekin, thief succeeded in rafting to be done at any certain time, or i (, I'f fI,
her Illness. to $40
which the bank Is directly Inter star March 1, says In part as follows Mrs. W. C. Townsend,. Mrs. little acreage except young crops. Waldo; Rev. W. B. lUcks, Waldo; cash drawer of between $25 The :within certain definite periods the 4t 1 :1 :
sisters o'clock.
euted. These negotiations have : "I wish to ay that this great W. Townsend both of Lake But- Insects and dry weather have kept Dr. G. P. Raymond, Starke; Rev.C. Wednesday night 8 the 'state superintendent's office being '" t ,kIIlven
J. of
for which we recently from planting this spring. Rev. L. O. negro was surprised by one discretion In the mat 1'1' \" tl
been concluded between the association enterprise ler Mrs. T. H. Rime. of Worthington growers A. Crosby, Starke; and left entire :
and the Columbia Naval received a Joyful notice, through Mrs. J. F. LIndsey, of Bean acreage will be about 75 percent Hemingway, Starke; Laymen: J. clerks entering the front ter. Since the legislature last year Iy1.
awake columns of the Springs Spring corn crop T. D. rather hurriedly, dropping his cap automobile tag license t: ;i ', !
Stores the wide replanted. Starke Mr. diverted
Company whereby It is proposed three brothers, P. P., L. Klckliter./ ; been !
that the naval stores pledgedwith Evening Star (Many of us wouldbe Trenton and W.; A. Dekle, all of Lake also damaged and time alone wlU Proctor and Mrs. G. P. Raymond, In his haste. No arrests but has the money to the schools Mr. Caw- ); ',f r fthon's '
both stars, S. made to Thursday noon as dla- !Y
been
to see has
this and ever so happy determine extent. Starke.Avon. department j
bank will be orderly and one niece Mrs. Iva his arrest "
Butler, recognized ;
twinkling.. culprit was
regularly" marketed. The marketing morning .and evening "Canal Point-No frost here or tributlng the fund twice monthly .
arrangements between the association yes. throwing their Joyful light Sprinkle Funeral of services Ocala, Fla.will be held at Pahokee. Wind prevented. : Park-Plans belnjr rushed I la expected shortly.JUNIOR In order to expedite affairs of the ,'4 1;, ;

and the Columbia Naval over this wonderful project which 3 today, the ''Wauchula.-Prectlcally all old for reconstruction of scenic high county school boards. :
at m. CICRCLE
residence p.
Stores Company as you know one 'lOW bids fair to be not only a possibility the S. S. Proctor assisted by the cucumbers killed and about 23 percent : way between ths place and Seb- 21 Counties Fall to Report j 4
of the but a downright reality.) Rev. of cucumbers were cov brln,. Counties which hold) < out on their I J I
larger organizations I of the young Woodmen
distributing brought to a Rev. E. A. McDowell pastor There will be a Junior ,
In the naval Industry will we tt Is Invaluable when and Lake Butler Baptist church will ered. Squash and beans daraaged i Circle meeting at the hall at 4:00: monthly reports can not gain any- .' .
will be some day and entire acreage Mr. Caw-
beans tardiness
which damaged and such
fcope. bring about necessary finish officiate. Interment will be In the about 7$ per cent. Tomatoes her crop o'clock Friday. 18th. thing by '
will Immortalize our faithful 25 to 30 cent. Total being planted over."BuehnellNlnetyflve. thon stated, and this will only
about per
changes in the attitude of the consUmers lot in Dekle Cemetery, at Mrs. J. L. Sllcox.
who Is family
Congressman. It. A. Green. to cucumbers about 8O percent per cent result In their being made to wait .j,
with in .
damage
aa well are '
as producers Arrangements Junior Supervisor.WithTheCandidalea
Butler.
bill which is des- Lake cucumbers killed, and state funds than It all Y
of the of covered for
the father most of the growers plantingover. longer
respect to the stock of naval stores Burns-Howard, Jack '
of the
tined to bless Florida' with a canal charge all uncovered killed. No tomato superintendents would report (i
pledged -
with the bank by the as- 0--- -- --
sociation."The that will mean doubtless multiplied sonville morticians.. Citrus Not Damaged plants saved except those planters promptly. .

bank has been confidently millions to the state. The citizens STAKKEITES- GET $t.OO "Winter Haven-No damage to pulled and placed In houses. Farmers I The 21 counties left out of the

expecting the association and the of Florida will always feel grateful CASH IK PURCHASES citrus. No damage to vegetableshere replanting approximately 50 1'- March 0 distribution are Bays .
Columbia Naval Stores Company o Mr. Green for bI.a faithful efforts, except occasional report per cent of original crop. Bradford Clay. Columbia Dixie. J

to reach an agreement with ref which gave birth to this Inestimable Mr. Richard Grlffls and Mr. slight damage to tender plants in "Lake Butler-All truck cropk.lled Gary A. Hardee of Live Oak announces Franklin Gadsden Gllchrlst. 4W
the very thought of cent. Strawberries his for Hamilton. Holmes Lafayette, Lee
erence to the marketing of the scheme, Starling both of this city purchasedthe unprotected spots. 100 per candidacy governor '
commodities in question during the which U making BO many of Flor- lucky articles last Saturdayand "Plant City-Early damage estimates delayed 30 days." in this Issue. Marlon, Monroe Nassau, Orange
In advance of its com from late last week's In the field only two Finalize, Polk Suwanne
Past several days. and for that reason ,idlans happy received the cash dollar &1venaway on tomatoes and peppers, B Reports county Pasco .
; delay In replying to your letter pletion. to Telegraph advertisers pa- to 10 per cent; beans 25: per cent; cold wave were to the effect that candidates announce themselves and Taylor. ; tS

has occurred in order that we The Panama has Immortalized The past week the winners squash and cucumbers 75 per cent. the Wllllaton Ocala, Gainesville, office,L. L.Conner for county commissioner

might be in to Indicate mead its great father President trons. out-of-town patrons, this "Winter Garden--No material Lawtey-starke. Lady Lake, La- district two and A. 13. Plant Clty-Klwanlan* Club at 3,

that definite position had Roosevelt. Why not try to get were both items were purchasedby frost damage this section Sunday crosse. Sinter Hill and Trenton: Surrency of Brooker, for reelection meeting recently discussed plan .'
arrangements week
been made by the association this matter agitated so that Mr. local people. Grits and lard night However previous cold areas had seen badly damaged I a* member of the school for Improving grounds of local

whereby In Its opinion its commodities ; reen will reap some of the honor carried the cash prizes. winds about destroyed open cucum-- crops. board, district three. schools.

maybe marketed for the beat while UrlngT

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RALPH COX, Sports Editor CLEO SHEPARD, Exchange Editor

PATSY BRINSON. Society Editor B fI S JOURNAL HOPE HAYNES, Junior Reporter

LOUISE EDWARDS, Literary Editor CD MARY PEARCE, Sophomore Reporter

MIRIAM JACOBS, Joke Editor '. JACK BRADLEY, Freshmen Reporter'

LESTER PRICE ROBINSON Editor EVELYN STUMP, Asst. Editor

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STATION B. If. a T> EXCHANGE COLUMN spired Stephen Poster's world.

_' Ladles and gentlemen, or wha f- r ov* O LL So the Poor .Boys Cooked None r H 1\\ famous Florida.A song. Is a stream In northern .

you have with you on account o N Pueblo Colo., (ABS)-Although large part of South Florida
a short circuit In one of the light d.&oR nineteen senior boys at Centennial was once a part of the bottom of

lung-buff's we were forced to bran; High School here recently electedto the sea-the teeth of sharks are
our broadcast to a close early last take cooking, permission to found in phosphate mines in the ill-
Friday night The first thing on 1st grade: Carrie Mae Stafford ; : make the course coeducationalwas I CREAM PUFFS I I CAMPUS COMMENTS terlor.
our afternoon program will be the Miss Davis teacher. I She likes to hike to fro fishing, declined because of crowding. I Arcadia Florida has a factory
i .f :horae races direct from Reno; Park 1st grade A A: B: Richard Beal,. and to swim-Is fact anything pertolnlnR I Melba: "I made this cake all by All the seniors are so happy over which devotes ita efforts to the ca-
We now turn you over to "Less Harold Ford, Jimmy Griff, Clyde' to out door life. She like The Tale of a Dollar 'I myself." their privileges, that they all wentto nlng of rattlesnake meat, which Is
r Robinson" who will tell you hoof Hubbard, Gloria Buford Mary Dixon -. cats dogs (even dog ornaments), Falls City Neb. (ABS-For) one Ralph: "Tes. I can understand Scott'a and drank a bottle of considered a great delicacy in soma
( by hoof the races. This is Snoop Sarah Sewell Freddie Wlm-. and beautiful but simple clothes. week a certain dollar bill circulated that but who helpel you lift It out milk. sections of the country.

:Mil Ooop announcing. berly Wardolpb Johns Carrie Bell She dotes on going to the movie: *. In Falls City. To it was attached of the oven." I Florida produces 10 per cent of
' .l Hello everyone, this is Less Robinson ennett, Carolyn Green. Violet She dislikes fussy clothes loud- piece of paper asking all who Six more months of misery "sez" the vast quantity of cypress 'um-
speaking direct from Reno Johnson. Miss Mlddleton teacher. ness, sarcasm and onions. got it to sign the paper and put Miss Florence: "Give me at sentence the seniors. Nine more months "ex- ber used in the United States for
y Park, where the first race will begin Low 1st grade: George Flynn the bill back in circulation at once with a direct object." claims" the Juniors. Seventeenmore building purposes.
t ; shortly. By the way foUrs, Ida Lulu Davis Patsy Keen, Dor- Ralph Cox, as you know is president At the end of the week the bill was Lester Price: "You are pretty." months "growls" the sopho Florida's state flower is the
this !la the first race to be held In othy Lee Johns Sarah Barefoot of our class and my is he bought back by the Falls City Miss Florence: "What's tie: object mores. I orange blossom.
Reno Park since its construction. Joe Andrews. Miss Ray, teacher. popular! He was born in North High civics class which original, ?" I Florida has the lowest average
! J From my box stall with the rest i 2nd grade: Robert Judd, :M. C. Carolina in 1913. He has black started it on Its Journey. Lester Price: "A good mark. Beginning monthly the senior 'elevation above sea level of

: of the horses pardon me, I meant I Thomas Doris Kruse Thelma hair, blue eyes and a nice physique.He Clerk: "This physics book will boys received another privilege. state, with the exception of Louis any
s announcers and reporters. I can see Bryan Donald Dubolse L'Etta is very self-assured and likes New $500,000 School Building 10 half your work for you.". They can get out In the warm wind iana.

piers and piers of people awaitingthe 7orpenlng, Tom Massie Enos for everyone to pay attention to Spokane, Wash. (ABS)-Hill :Mac: "Great, ru take two of and flag the vehicles. James Gadsden, Andrew Jack-

beginning of the races. The Hayes Betty Green, Edith Mae him. He always baa .smile for yard High school here Is now John them." I son's adjutant, the man who negotiated < -
Taylor. Miss Griffin teacher. everybody and Is very active in I The main i issue to be presented
: surf la green with freshly sown Rogers High. It is housed la a the Gadsden treaty with
6th grade: L. O. Johns Jr., class affairs. I didn't tell you that new half-million dollar bulldlne. Mountain' crulda to Evelyn: "Be before the senior class the next Mexico, and for whom the Cadsden
Y: hay.The horses are now coming out Francis Peek, Patsy Edmondson, he is easily convinced and likes to -- careful not to fall here.ii !ia dan meeting is, that no senior can get Purchase and Gadaden county were

on the race track. Einstein in the Carol White, Billy Long. igree with everything you want Students Eyes Tested gerous. But if you do fall remember married before he pays for his in- named was the first Federal Judge
,w lead with Lavolser and Cavenlsh 7th grade: Mildred Brown Eula him to do and is always an agree- Two Rivera Wis. (ABS-Two) to look to the left. You get a vitations. In West Florida.

right behind. Einstein Is the win- Mae Dyal Martha Slade, Andrew able sort of person. livers[ school children are now wonderful view." Mlcanopy bears the name of one
ner picked for today. There Is Just Taylor Irene Davis. Likes and dislikes: having their eyes tested through' Beverly Cady went on a shopping of the moat active Indian chieftains
y, a short time before the races will 8th grade: A. W. Anderson Car lie likes football personal attention efforts of the Civic Service society I Manager: "What's the idea of tour in Jacksonville Saturday In the Indian War of 1835.

begin, therefore. I will try to tell men Toole. neatness mystery, his modelT Students with weak eyes will here- vour standing absolutely silent for In 1856 lands were granted to the
w you the history of Einstein. He is : 9th grade: Myra Frink, Blake Ford fast driving and good after be seated near the black- five minutes and not playing your Florida Railroad Company and
a small horse quick at the get off' Jackson, Dorothy Sapp Louise things to eat. He dislikes physics board, so there will be no unusual saxophone?" j Patsy and Beverly hiked out to construction began on the first
and is wally the pace setter. He I' Snyder. and that is about all of his dislikes strain. Cleo: "That was a request num Kingsley Lake Friday and visited through state railroad.

used to draw the milk wagon of 10th grade: Lois Adkins Mar- that we know of.BASEBALL. ber." 'the forestry preserve. The coquina rock used in the

Isaac Newton's dairy. When they tha Brownlee. Bunnie Canova, Ina Two Win Orient Trips i I- I lower wails of the Singing Tower
drove down the street in the morn- Forsyth Kitty Hogsed Louise Detroit, Mich. (ABS) One Ben: "No sir! no cheques! I Ralph Cox went to Lake City near Lake Wales was excavated at
ing. Isaac would sleep. If anybody Jackson: S. R. Johns, Janet Kelly school teacher and one high schoolboy wouldn't cash a check for my own and also Olustee Sunday. National Gardens north of Daytona
wanted milk they would yell at Lola Long Earnest Morgan, Sin- Coach Lovell Is whipping his. will spend this summer in the brother." I Beach.
Einstein "Milk" and he would stop. clair Peek, Marguerite: Prevatt baseball team into shape and is Orient on all-expenses-pald< trip Customer: "Well of course you Beverly honored Gainesville with .
T U Isaac was still asleep Einstein: Alta Rein Eldredge Robinson planning to have a game at a very given in connection with an Amerl know your family better than I do. her presence Sunday. ,

would kick the bell ;Just for the Fred Shaw Marjorie Stump Dor- early date. From the looks of the can Boy essay contest. They are
purpose othy Swanbom, Annie Laura Tucker. material that baa shown up so far Hiss Novllla Burton Lale of Mam- Harry: "What Is the greatest I Lester went to the lake and BOATDRAIN

They're off! Einstein In the lead B. H. S. will have a very good aroneck N. Y., and Nell Breen modern acrobatic feat?" I Lawtey Sunday and Lester sale Miss Susie ADen Cor.
t Cavenlah a strong second I surely 11th grade: Lucille Edwards, team. The greatest weakness that Spokane, ,Wash. Herbert: "Football I guess. not to forget to give him and
wish you could see that horse Sara Hope Haynes, Joyce Mast, has been noticed so far ia that ofa Harry: "No. Wheeling West Virginia Ralph credit for going to Hamptonthe Mr. Albert Gllsaon caled on Ed-
Einstein: lap up the laps. Pardon I Clvr1e: Morgan, Mildred Morgan. pitcher. Coach: Lovell ia confident Swim Alps Picked for Camp across the Ohio.. -Walter EL other night. mund Donnelly Friday night.

$ me folks, there la an eclipse I can't I I 12th grade: Ortho Matheny Melba that he can find someone to fill New York N. Y. (ABS)-Fif. Jprague. I'I :Miss Cherry Harrell called on
ti see the horses. My mistake, It was Sllcox Ben Steinberg, Evelyn this place. The schedule will be teen: American high school' hays I The seniors are basking In light I MIss Evle Woodard Saturday af
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hats umbrellas and Irish confetti I Ij Stump. published soon. '"".... .. between 14 and 19 years of age of pleasure 'cause they have finally ternoon.Mr. .
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j) (brickbats) filling the air. Now I will camp this summer with an HAMPTON received their "privileges." Jim Geiger of New Smyrna

)., can see them. They're on the homestretch CHARACTERS SENIORS SKETCHES OF REV. L. W. KICKLITER equal number of German and .._ Ad. wl.._.. c... visited Mr. Marion Gllason and
i' Hundred yards from the French boys on a quaint old farmIn Harry Ralph and Herbert havea family at Starke Saturday after-
-; basket! I mean the strip! Seventy- Rev. Kickllter was born In the Swiss Alps as an experimentin "1932" model Buick and the
i five ;yards! Fifty yards! Twenty- Patsy Brlnson, one of our most Statesboro Ga. He was a much International living. One free March the 10th a banquet was nicest thing about it, it will go to noon.Mrs.. Geiger baa been spending *
": Sold to the In popular girls in school was born in beloved citizen of Starke and other liven at Hampton Hotel In honor
five! Twenty lady scholarship ia available. Inquiries Tampa and back In three hours.We few days with her daughter Mrs.
Baldwin, FUu July 28, 1914. She places but he will be especially it the tourists of our town who
; the blue dress! Pardon me, I'mmixed should be addressed to Donald B Gllason, but now Is returning to
has Chameleon and missed from school where he 'pond the winter months here and
golden our ,
Fifteen yards! Ten eyes can't the her home New
state in
.; up. Watt 129 East 52nd Street, New help winning Smyrna. _
y yards! Ohl! the dirty rascal Excuse brown hair. Her height Is medium tas given many helpful talks. York City. are soon to make their departure.The baseball championship, because Mr. R. L. Glisson spent Thursday -
;, me folks, I mean that fellow She la very striking in appearanceand When our school opened last August large dining room waa deco- Lester Price is pitcher on It. night at Kingsley Lake with
.:+ down there on the tracy who yell personality, and is well liked he gave an address In whichhe rated with a touch of yellow and Theodore Donnelly.Mr. .
by everyone. At times she Is stressed "Obedience." For green. The tables were draped In
ed "Milk" when Einstein was five quite many BASKETBALLThe B. M. Johns visited Frank
yards from the finish line. Therefore witty and Individualistic.Likes yean be was a member of the BROOKER white linen, and centered with I ilarreli Sunday afternoon.

,). the race goes to Cavenlsh who and dislikes: county school board and took great MfM Vera Oel.e?. C... beautiful vases containing plum- I girls basketball tournament Miss Agnes Johns visited Miss
$ waa a close second She is very fond of yellow roses, interest In that work until ill health ,Hoe ferns, and yellow daisies. A'waa begun last week when the Cherry Harrell Sunday.!
I now turn you back for station sport clothes and all kinds of beau- caused him to give It up. His out- general supper of baked and stewed sophomore class completely ,
Announcements. This la "Less" tiful clothes. She especially likes standing traits of character were I Mrs. Idella Priest returned to her : chicken sliced tomatoes, with a classed the "Rats" in the

Robinson announcing beauty. Individuality and "nice cheerfulness, friendliness, loyaltyand home in Hampton Sunday after garnish of lettuce and lemon and I game. The final score was 19
Ladies and gentlemen you have young men." She also likes Lester meekness two weeks visit here with friends :hocolate pie aa dessert was serv- I In favor of the sophs. Weeks out//

1 Just heard the returns of the great Price movies, and long history as and relatives.The xl abundantly. Rev. J. B. Ackley the high scorer for the sophs
signments. CHAPEL PROGRAM boys 4-H Club social was acted as toastmaster, and In his 13
,{races In Reno Park. Z Just noticed points.
; Among her dislikes are people held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ovlal manner added both mirth A I
a troop of militia headed for j who are affected, sarcasm, loud- Devotional-Mrs. Carpenter. :M. P. Matheny last Friday night, and interest to the occasion. Toasts FLORIDA FACTS
the where the riot Is In
park on ness, physics (not the teacher but Piano solo, "Fireflies,"-Marorie After a few outdoor games were were delivered by the following: J. The cabbage palm derives Its
\' full swing. I surely wouldn't" be the course.) Stump. played, they were Invited arounda "ursley, John Sloan, C. L. lIouser.c. name from the development of a
th\t guy that yelled "Milk. This Vocal solo, "Absence"-Evelyn fire where Mr. Gauley had furnished .. A. Johns Prof and Mrs. L. II.Futch. cabbage-like growth in its top.
,,r. la Macknee Grahmee announcing. I Beverly Cady, known to her Intimate Stump. them with oysters to roast. Mrs. Wm. Kammerer. Prof. The world-famous tug boat.
,1 At the sound of the musical note friends as "Bepsy," was Comments-Rev. Raymond. All reported having a good time H. B. Wiggins A. A. Durden, Mrs. Three Friends which, prior to the
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will be exactly signing off time. born In Concord. New Hampshire Debate-The installment plan la and departed for their homes at J. B. Ackley Mrs. Mathison. Mrs. Spanish-American War ran arms

', This Snoop Mu Goop announcing. March 1, 1914. She baa brown a wise and profitable plan for purchasing eleven o'clock...... :e. B. Hunt Mrs. F. C. Gould, Miss and munitions through the Spanish

',.) Bong. I hair and brown eyes and Is of med articles. Negative Gordon Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Dyer of Lake Llllie E. Miller. O. L. Harrison, aeading. fleet for the Cuban patriots ia still

The seniors are "kinUti" worried ium height. ShVhas a very pleasIng ,Wadaworth and Ortho Matheny; Butler attended the club social ., "The Drop of the Mighty doing duty aa a tug boat at Jack Bads29x4.40.21
\''\> over the banquet business. If personality, Is one of the most .' affirmative Ben. Sternberar. Herbert here Friday night. Ocean: ," was rendered by Miss Ada sonville.

\tit wtro going to cut out the they weU-liked girls In school, being Stevens. Mrs. L. D. Polk and daughter Mmrno. Rev. Mathison expressed Florida observes both eastern
why didn't they do It last banquets before liked by boys and girls alike. She March. Loren Mr. G. E. McCauley and its appreciation of the tourists central time. The diving line Is 83 Each
all the seniors invested year has a shy sweet and yet frank Later In the day the Judges announced daughter Theo and Mr. O. E. Fowler having spent the winter with us the Apalachicola river.. ;;JJ1 in Pairs
kr In proposition. money smile that is very unusual. that the negative aide of were attending to business in and dismissed with a short prayer, Jefferson county and Monticeilowere
I I Likes and dislikes: the debate won by one point. Surrency, Ga., Tuesday.Mr. asking God'a blessing upon them settled by kinsmen and ,
and Mrs. L. R. Gainey spent Including a safe Journey to their friends of Thomas Jefferson from

I ( SCJWUUJL: DAYS the week-end la Jacksonville with homes. Virginia more than 100 years ago. .
J By DWIG I II their daughter Mrs. A. B. Crosby The program rendered at the Tupelo honey produced In the
and Mrs. Larsen Menta. Baptist church last Sunday eve Apalachicola river valley la the''
.. Messrs. J., R. Mott and R. W ning by the Sunday school children, orly: honey known that doea not Lifetime Guaranteed
I .. V Brannen were attending to business under the auspices of the Baptist granulate or become rancid.
; I .-. SEES TNntjjtEfitS \ In Starke Saturday.Mr. W. M. U., was a marked success. The Lewis State Bank at Tallahassee GOODYEARSPEEDWAY
A Flat H. P. Gainey attended churc' The proceeds of which, will be used la the oldest bank In Flor-

I -J'"--.,..,.. ." .......'..C\'..::: services at Little Springs Sunday for home and foreign missions. The ida. The Quincy State Bank at
Miss Eliza W. M. U. wishes to
Dukes of Dukes it- thank each and Quincy baa Bank Charter Number Supertwlst Cord Tires
:': Uon spent a few days of this wee everyone who In any way helped to One. but the Lewis Institution as a
here with friends and relatives. make this program a success. banking house even antedate. this.
'. Mr A. J. Grtffla of Starke we" Rev. Dixon of Jacksonville, will The Suwannee river, which In- New Value for
'.. here Tueadav.Mrs. preach at the Christian church .. ,

.... D. W. Hazen Celebrate next: SundAv. the 1932 Dollar!
freeze
rJlR 1 : Birthday: The during the week-end, I
-... .. February 26th was the sevent"' baa caused destruction to the crops II
I Look at these) prices I
", ,. .- .- ; firth birthday of Mrs. D. W. Hazer: but we have a bunch of persevering ATLASThe
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prised by a celebration given hr making arrangements to lau hla eC ltaeh ..

I o Et ; -- ." ,,#,.....:0J" by her nine children, thirty-fou plant again Standard Oil I 0ftnI. x.ek rah.
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#,\:. grandchildren and seven gregrandchlldren. The young ladies sewing club 29sUo-21 $3.9' .3.8-;

HEL9S r+as.loves '.. Had the absent o-" met at the home of Visa HUda Tire GuaranteedOne 29s4.50-2t 4.30 4.17
been present she would Durden March 14th.
'liiO :1 have h 10:1:4.10-21: : 4.37 e.23: :
.. a descendant for each of her M. 1. Watterson returned to his YearFrigidaire
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.. enty anniversaries. She receive home list. Saturday. March 12th, 294.:15-20: 5.:10: 5.04

i f } TIWE) A ..ti congratulations and many nlc after a fishing trip at Cow creek ...... ........ 29s5.0G-1S 5.39 5.:1:5: :
+ utne ,SIrDl gifts the greatest gift being t with plenty of fish for himself and a0s5.0G-20
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!beautiful white birthday cake decorated all neighbors.Rev. .
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., dies presented to her.by her tw 'n evangelistic services at Maccleny : I1&U'-21: 6.63 6.43
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.. El M. Hazen Mr. and Mrs. O. V,' guar-
Tubes lowcost
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T-' .r .. Uazen. Miss Eunice Hizen. Mend *
.. ran, Saraaota T; Opal. Alrynne. Kv- anted electric refrigerator .
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Csrrytng namri of state ana eo...
AUCTIOigCONTRACT IT candidates who have formally announced
{ ACTION FOR GOVERNORFlorida 'i9
In the Telegraph to Ibis '
date Thin l I. not an official ballot. ti
carrying n..", .. of all "and 101 at.. 1-
different ofTlo., but lima only thoM
LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD I
[ r is in sad need of a firm hand at the tiller of the candidate through. paid. who.dv.ru h..y..mnt announce> In this 1

fy Wynne Ferguson ship of state. As never before in recent history the need of paper for the office they ......

i. Author ef 'PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE the state is for a governor in whom the people have confidence For G........
Vote for OHM.I .
BY OUR EXCHANGES who has ability, integrity energy and the necessary tf
Copyright 1931 by Royk.Ir. I I ....* *'UUU CAUUWKLA.I .
i courage to accomplish the things necessary to change conditions
I I CAin A. HARDIeS
..' -- ARTICLE No. 20"Don't and bring back normal business and trade conditions and
City-The recent cold St. Petersburg-Four Tarpon I I ..U...* w. MAH1'JH ,
Lake to restore the national credit of Florida.
Is reported to have done much Springs sponge boats with crews Judge by results"a mighty cards. Learn to analyze the various Kur u........ Cvmailaalvaov
damage snap In the 300 acres of cucumbers totaling 20 men have not been accounted applied good slogan at all and times.one Most that players should< be hands that come up for discussion and Governor John W. Martin is a man of action he is the) rule fur u...u.I ,
are will
planted In this community.Other for following the 49-mile apt to judge by results at Auction or not you your bids soon or determine those of whether fellow-or choice of the majority of Florida citizens who believe that now I i vv. u. UUUGLASii:

spring farm crops Including an hour southwest gale which Contract:: rather than by analysis, .*nd players are sound. vour is the time that something should be done. Fur state ...at orI
bave not been hurt swept over the Gulf of Mexico off there is nothing more harmful if a Vote for .......
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tobacco Plncllas peninsula last night and player really and sincerely wishes to urlnganenDlng'sr play there proba As governor of Florida John W. Martin fulfilled his "
improve his game. Sound bly will be several hands that will I I TlltCLMA JOHNS
Live Oak-A fine of $250,. the early today. They are the "Calvin based on probabilities not bidding upon cer is puule you, and those are the hand nromiae to the voters to build roads and completed two- I I HAL

largest since prohibition, was Coolidge" "Demetra" "'Zula." and tainties.. If you or any player at the that you should note and ponder over. .hirda of the first preferential system of highways. Under Y MA INKS ';
on a bootlegger here this the "Dolphin." Patrol boats from table fails to make his bid, analyze the One of the !greatest player of the day I'I I J. M, MANN
placed week. He was captured by Burns the United States coast guard base hand before deciding whether the bid owes his skill to just such tactIcs.. After his administration the Tamiami Trail and other important Mrmhrr lluua ,

Wlcklitfe night policeman. Extra here were ordered Into the open was before good you or criticize.bad. Be sure of your facts every mistakes game and, he those would of the study other over players hi. through arterial highways were paved. lie accomplished this, Vote for one. Ilrprvaralatlvo----1.. .

springs on the bootlegger's car Gulf tonight to carry on the search Many bid that is defeated several and try to hgure out the proper plays by a re-organization of the state road department which had I II j 10.I M. INMAN"I -

gave him away.DeFunlak by Commander LeRoy Relnburg. trick.saves a game or rubber and may and bids In each instance.: All of us 'I I I T. 11, -
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haven't his theretofore been inactive and impotent. :
therefore have been perfectly justi patience: but it's a great -

Springs-Drilling has Monticello-An all-paved high fiable.Anything can happen to a hand, system if tried out even with only a When John W. Martin was sworn in as governor, Florida Vote for For,Coualr J.dg-------. ...
few hands
even to>> the an evening. one
There is
been suspended at the Rock Hill way from Macon Ga., to Monticel- hand strongest. practically was a backward state; prisoners were crowded into inadequate
no that will hold ,
you ever The
following represent interesting I I OIBO: A. lAKDINKRI :
lo and
test oil well near here pending the Tallahassee and through which on a high bid cannot be defeated hands that were noted by the writer wooden shacks at Raiford ; the state college and
arrival of cable. It Is the first to points In west and south Flor- by a freak distribution of the other during one evenings play I I PI. K PRItRYMAN- ;

time that drilling has been stopped ida has been assured according toInt'ormatln university were behind in facilities ; important departmentsof 1I..rl..I..n. ., S.ol.

since March 16 last year. The drillis received here this Hand No 1 "! state were crowded into inadequate quarters scattered Vo' fir nneI _\

now at a depth of more than 4.- week. The highway will start at Hearts- J, 10, 6 about Tallahassee in privately owned buildings it was Impossible I I.. II FUTC1II
400 feet.QuincyA. Macon and pass through Cordele Clubs-8. 7, 5, 2
and Sylvester Moultrie and Thom- Diamonds- K, J, 10 to travel over the state without jumping or slidingover I I A. J. OJtlP'JI'ISI

new Gadsden countyjail +wllle. South of Thomasvtlle It Jeart. Spades- 10, 8, 3 unpaved and unsafe roads. I I H. n. WIng1N94
A, 0, 8.2 Heart._ K, 9, 5.4, 3
was recommended In a pre will have two legs one coming to Clubs- J, 6 s Y Clubs_ none Governor Martin immediately took steps to give Floridaa Clerk Circuit Co." V
Vote
sentment returned by the grand MontIcello and the other to Talla Duul1onds-A..s : A D Diamondl-9.8 for one.
jury last week. The Jury deplored hassee. A link between Cordele Spades-A.K.J.5 Z. Spades-Q,9,1,6,4,2: modern and humane state penitentiary. lIe advanced the I I I 10.:-W. ALnRnMAAN

present conditions In the jail. The and Sylvester will be completed by 7 standing of the institutions of higher learning, providing I I A. J. THOMAS ,'
'arts- ,
jury also recommend that the county May 1 and the link between Cool ..aba-A. K) Q. 10, 9, 4.J them with standard equipment and facilities. He constructedthe For Tat Am......

board publish monthly a state- idge and this city will be ready for Diamonds-Q, 7, 6, S, 2 modern state office building at the capital which ended the Vote for one.I .
that date.
ment of the expenditure of county' paving by Spades-none
funds. rental of inadequate offices and provided protection for valu- I'I I H. W HA YM9 .

Dothan-Two unidentified men No score, first game. B dealt and sure tricks, doubled and all passed. B able state records. He fulfilled his promises to the people I I* II. HIM.I j
panned and Z bid five clubs. should ;
have bid five his
Flagler Beach-The last ship sped to their death la a stolen automobile This is a example of hand spades but when he built I I N. I). WAINWRIOHT"nte ,
perfect a preemptive was so weak that he failed to do Florida's splendid system of paved concrete and
ment of cabbage palm buds was near Bonifay, Fla., early or shut-out bid at either Auc so. As a result Z made five dubs Per Tse Collector ..
sent out from Flagler Beach this today, as the machine crashed Intoa tion or Contract. Z's strength was doubled losing; only one heart and one asphalt roads.In for one.

weekmaking approximately 70- bridge and caught fire. A mo- confined to the minor suits and he was diamond.right the accomplishment of these things Governor Martin '
II I I ("
-111. JOHN
in trying to shut out a bid by his An analysis
000 from alone. The torist near the scene of the accident and study of this hand "
Flagler county
A with four will be relied revision of the corporation property tax and
largest amount was cut by R. W. said the car passed him at opponents. apparently well worth while. upon upona I I CARL A. KNtnilT

Raulerson, who shipped 60,000 dur- fast speed and crashed Into a Hand No. :2 five cent gasoline tax for the major portion of the necessary For .Sheriff I

ing the season, which extends from bridge railing and that Immediately Hearts 0.7 revenue. He did not increase the property tax but abolished Vote for one, ,I II

the middle of January to the present the wreckage was enveloped in Clubs A K. I I OSCAR ANnilKU
().4 entirely the state tax on property for roads and reduced the -
time. flames. Persons attracted to the Diamonds A K: 3 A
Q, I 1 4 C. CLPIMON9I '
wreckage by the screams of the Spades-83 'state millage to a point lower than it has been in the previousten

unable to Hearts-OL J, 5 Hearts A 8 4 I I W. J. MP'ti! : orwwwmhrr
Quincy-Rep. S. H. Strom appeared trapped men were approach years.
ciubs-jrrDiamonds t Y s Cluba-tO.6,2 ... '
it because of the Intense honl
before the county board J. 8 : A U t Diamonds- 10, 6, 4 Such a splendid record of economy without extravaganceand Vote nor one. n.-nl..t I
this week with a request that the heat. Sheriff Barto Driver of Bon Spades-K, 6.1,9.5,2 i Z s Spade.l0,7,6,4Ifearts9
board refrain from collecting road Ifay, finally approached the blazing without increasing the burden of the property owners I'I I O )t pvVNIPTTI \

taxes on the ground that it would wreckage and dragged one man. 6, 3, :2 proves the remarkable qualifications of John W. Martin to I J. T.I MOOR!

work a at from it, but he was dead. Only the Clubs- 9. 8, 5, 3 guide the of
hardship on taxpayers Florida safe
Diamonds- 9, 7, 5, :2 destiny along and constructive lines. 1 I I n. A. NPJWAOMM.o.her
torso of the other man remained
the present time The board took after the blaze was extinguished. I Spades-A This record is in striking contrast with that of the Inactive g-hnel no.-n''r' SVole
the position that It could not igDore .
the law which was passed in AUCTION BIDDING tamed by use of the informatory administration of Cary A. Hardeo during which the for one.I <''

the No score first game. Y dealt and double. A close study of this hand of I I IJI.nMAT
1931 legislature. Tampa-C. C. Woodward, state state property tax was higher but nothing was done to ad-
and fresh water fish commIssioner bid one no trump, B and Z passed and the various plays and bids, will not ,..emtirrfc..i.| Hoard-Dletrlrt a
game A bid two spades. Y doubled, B passed only be interesting, but also very vance Florida or to improve conditions. Under Governor Vote for one.
Tarpon Springs-The first car- here today said that sev- and Z bid three hearts. All passed and instructive.A .
Carlton
a seven cent gasoline tax has been levied property I I J. M. KRr.rY
load of canned grapefruit was ship- eral species of Florida birds, near opened the king of spades which Z ;,

ped from here today by the Tug- extinction a few years ago were von, with the ace. He then led the CONTRACT BIDDING: taxes and motor vehicle licenses have become unbearable but roan... r..m.n.. ........ a ,. :
fast increasing In numbers due to deuce of hearts A played the jack Y Y should bid two diamonds and Z Vote for one
well and Wiseman canning plant, tangible evidences of results and of value received lack-
state and fed- the king and B won the trick with the should bid two no trump,the minimum are
rigid protection by !'
which opened Wednesday. The said ce. B now led a spade and Z discarded response. A should pass and Y shouldnow ing. It is difficult to find the important through highways I 10. W. ANDHWWHMl
eral laws. He that
recentlyhe the deuce of diamonds. This bid three clubs.
plant has not been opened this year was a Z should now bid
prior to this week. The plant has saw at least 20 wood ducks, very smart;play as it enabled Z to win four diamonds and Y should. bid five paved during this administration in return for the millions of .ml-$118000 auditorium of

orders on hand for 40,000 cases of most beautiful of the entire duck I' the game as all he had to lose was one diamonds. It should be evident that I dollars spent by the road department. It is impossible to explain MIAmi PMI..nn High School dedicated -
heart trick.This hand is Y Z make
family, while fishing In a central more perfect can game at diamonds as recently.
canned grapefruit and grapefruit Florida lake, and declared that example of the wonderful results ob they should lose only two heart tricks. j the increase In the cost of government under Carlton by
juice and will operate for several I Apntnchlcoln Work on new
months. while on the way to Tampa yester Hand No. S I pointing out advantages to the people. sidewalk being lAid from pavements -

day, he flushed a flock of a least Hearts-A, 0, J That money spent by Governor Martin for highways In front df city ball to entrance -
25! of these ducks In closeto
a pond
Tampa Twenty-one motorists the highway near Dade City. He Clubs- K, 6, :2 amounted to many millions of dollars is true but it did not of fire department. .
Diamonds10,4 Sarasota RIngling Trust and 'i.
arrested hereabouts for not having also said the Increasr amount to as much as the saved to motorists .
1932 license their wood Ibis are Spades-Q, 10 7,4 money by pavingof Savings Bank held open house re
tags on cars
'.. In extreme south Florida, a Hearts-4,3,2: Hearts- 10,9 8. 6 the roads .
or to the new brought into the state .
by
escaped punishment today in crim- : money cently.Miami
Y Q.M.4Diamonds
flight of several hundred having Clubs:: 10, 7.5 i t Clubs-
inal court. All admitted guilt of been observed near the Tamiaml Diamonds- A, K, Q, 8,0! : A D i -3, 2 visitors and tourists attracted by those fine roads. Governor Construction program

violating the motor vehicle law; Trail near the Dade-Colller line, Spades-8. 2 : Z : Spades-J, 3,3 Martin returned full value for every dollar he spent. 'n Metropolitan Miami during; 1931
but most of them said they had no represented expenditure of 15,113-
money. Judge W. H. Petteway and'stated that the beautiful roseate Hearts K. 7,5ClubsAj John W. Martin will give Florida better government at
spoonbills, strikingly beautiful 3 101.Dade
suspended sentence with the under less cost. City-New packing house
Diamonds- 9 7, 3SpadesA,9.6
water fowl have been reported in J
standing that would buy tagsor ocated In Senboard Grove three
they Increasing numbers in south Flor- JOHN W. MARTIN FOR GOVERNOR CLUB OF FLORIDA
south of here com-
recently
abandon their cars within the nllen
week. ida this year. AUCTION BIDDING: ,I often drives him to another and pIM Paid adv. ileted.
I bid, as in this example. I Mlnml neach-Abe Mack pur-
No first Z dealt and
Lake City E. W. Hadley, super score, game. hailed Seabreeze Hotel, 205 Collins
elected bid All passed CONTRACT BIDDING LIVE STATE HAPPENINGS
Gainesville George Carey, of to one no trump. : large $1,000,000 aircraft factory. '
Ivey Virginia at the Ala- visor of the Osceola and Ocala Na- und.A proceeded to lead diamonds, Z should bid one spade. One of the Inverness Work started .venue. .
a patient on '
tional Forests located In Columbia : winning the first five trick. This hands lessons learned by Contract players as Rockledge Newly organized Palmetto-Members of Company /
chua County hospital was reported Baker, Marion, Lake and Put- > interesting because, if Z had bid distinguished from Auction players, is Cndlan River Yacht Club tentatlve- proposed city park. I" remodeling Interior of armory k
in a serious condition at an early nam counties, has announced a 60 spades instead of no trump, he could to prefer a suit bid to no trump if the y plan construction of new clubhouse Ocala Taylor Field county .t city hall.HomesteadNew. '
hour this morning. He Is suffering cent nation-wide reduction In nave made game. It looks like a better suit i I. in any way a sound bid. In this at foot of Orange avenue. and municipal airport dedicated wholesale fruit /
from Intense shock bruises and per chance for game at no trump,however; instance the spade suit is a sound bid Panama Panama Drug Co., recently. marketing platform
the fees for domestic live nd vegetable
cuts, received when he leaped froma grazing no Z's bid cannot be juitifiably criti and, therefore, preferred to the no opened for business recently.St. Plant City Building permits
Seaboard Air Line train Orange stock on the National Forest lands cized. A made a good play; by refusingto trump.A should bid two diamonds,and Issued here. during 1931 totaled 'pened here.OVER.
near James I.
:during: 1932. The average fee for bid diamonds having the lead at Y should bid three spades. B must pass Petersburg $40,068.
Heights early Wednesday grazing on the National Forests no trump. If he bad bid the diamond. and Z should bid four spades which Barnes, of Longansport Inc., sub-
morning. Mr. Carey said to be during 1931 was 14 1-2 cents per Z would then have bid the spades andpone can be made against any defense.As mitted low bid of $359,000 for con Jensen B. R. Rlcou estate
mentally deranged, broke his Pull game. The lesson to learn from previously mentioned, the foregoing struction of Veterans' Administration purchased as site for proposed
cattle for WORKED
head for
month an
man window and Jumped from the per A's tactics is:Don't overbid a no trumpon bands were selected during one home here. school building.
average season of five and a half right if have a set-up suitor evening's play and illustrate the writer' i NERVES
train while It was speeding toward your you Tampa Officials of the American Frostproof Wardlaws Dry :
months. The average fee for sheep one that will set up in one round anda suggestions as to study of hands. If Cleaners I
Jacksonville at a rate of more than Eagle-Lincoln Aircraft Cor- moved to new building on
was 4 1-2 cents per head per sure card of re-entry. To bid under players would analyze even one hand I
SO miles an hour. .* month. for on average season"" 'nf such, conditions shows the no trump night, they would be surprised at the poration of Kansas City Inspected I Wall street. .

h-and a half months. In making I Vtdder the dancer soot of his hand and Rood results obtained. possible Bites here for location of Miami Beach Allison Realty I

... .. Co., plan construction of bulkhead
Avon Park-The old ---
five -- -- --
year the reduction Secretary of Agriculture --
son of Mr and Mrs. Drew Drawdywas Hyde emphasized the fact between Second and Third streets '.,
along the bnyfront, at cost of $3.-
crushed to death when their that the reduction in prevailingrates
.
home, the former Shady 'Grove is an emergency action and ...,, :'" .,.... 000.Winter Y "
church about eight miles west of Is to be effective for one year only. J'" Haven-Carrolle Smith

this city collapsed during the Mr. Hadley stated that the effectof WESTERN purchased local hardware store.

windstorm about midnight last this reduction on users of National : --..... ._..
night. Four members of the family Forest range under his supervIsion -...-.. "

were injured, Mrs. Drawdy ser will be explained in =; U NION I i

iously. The twister, which broke greater detail to individuals af Modem
---- CleaningModern
trees and unroofed barns over a fected.

stretch of approximately four -

miles also blew down the home of

Holland Green and family on the STRAWBFRBT. GROWERS

Avon Park-Waucbula road several CHARGE OFF MILLIONS UNTIL HJP TO your ..r. la work- t

members of the family receiving BUY ANY CAR Modern Cleansing Ma- every nerve at high tension. I,
slight injuries Hammond La., March 13.- DON'T No wonder you snap at 1M wife l
Strawberry grower of the berry hlnery, Skilled J Em- and bark at the children.

Tallahassee! Attorney General belt are charging off one million LB. ployees Assures you the Watch out! Overworked"
dry D. Landte advised crates approximately J2.- 3500 eaves may lead to Sleeplus..
today 24-plnt BUICK'S Deal In dry cleaning of
ness. Nervous Headache Ner*>-
Comptroller Ernest Amoe that in 000,000. a* a result of freezing YOU. SEE and hoot et
the most delicate fabrics. oos Indication a
his opinion Florida cannot ask the weather experienced for three successive other unpleasant dirtnrbam q

federal government for Its portion mornings and a likelihoodthat I, Why don't' yon try Dr. Mllo :.
of Inheritance taxes collected with. tomorrow morning will bring x. DYEINGPHONE Efferroscrat Nerrla Tablet?

in the state prior to the Imposition another freeze.It SEDAN 28 Just one In a half class oC

of a state Inheritance tax tbru was conceded the bulk of the $995 water make a pleasant. spark I'

an amendment to the state consti crop is set back about thirty days, hag drink delightfully soothing t tto '.

tution. The Florida constitution but even then will move weeks Dr.er-taied Mil*' nerve Nerrlne Is.... I a
was amended when the amendmentwas ahead of in the strawberry and
crops made In two forma-Liquid
approved at the general election producing states of the north. ...... ..
in November 1930. Prior to the game soothing effect.

that time, the attorney general Jl.00 at ,..... drug storel'

riled Florida could not receive a NOTICE- NOW ON DISPLAY

Portion of the federal tax because 1
of Its The Starke Woodmen Circle will

Paas4ge constitutional of an amendment restriction to the sponsor a silver tea Tuesday eve- REGISTER MOTOR COMPANYSTARKE The Only Dry Cleaning r)

constitution doe not give the state I.. ning. March 22 In the Woodmen Plant in Town

right to reach back and claim that halt AU Woodmen and Woodmen
Ii
which it had no tight to at the Uhe,' Circle member are urged to be FLORIDA ..... rI.f'1 i
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.tAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY! TELEGRAPH. STARfCB FLORIDA
.. _FRIDAY MAKMRS. \ : 'w I : 1".. I
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$20,000; road 35, Madison county, ,- Mr. E. L. Klncheu- 'I

Florida Highway Budget Calls For$9,000,000Constructioa Greenville, 13024.14; road 52, RISING ness visitor in Starke was a blla .
i
Monday
; Washington county, Chipley $11-I ternoon. s.

,3ocietylJj'f 511.00; road 52, Jackson county,, Mr*. H. M. MiRes Cop We wish a speedy f',
-
Work Gracevllle. $20,130; road 69, Lafayette Miss Oulda Hall who has recovery tor I'

county Suwannee river to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McRae and I sick for several days. been very

Mayo, $2,582.13; road 69 Lafayette little son, Edwin of Crestview section I Due to the uncomfortable I

county, Mayo to road 19, $29- spent the week-end here with er *th.
Details of Sunday
Hundred services at !
of Road Pro- county, from Alabama state line Uia: Christ.
,, } : W. J. EPPERSON Hiego) and "Trees" (Oscar Ras- jects Listed Under Three Preferential south about ten''and one-half miles 000; road 80, Clay and Bradford relatives. ian church were postioued.
'f': ENTERTAINS back.) counties, Keysto e Heights to Melrose Eld. J. T. Barnes of Bell, was a The measles
of Systems are
! oJ\\ A prize was offered for the grade Campus Road Included.; University $3,318.15; road 88 In Holmes county $32,500; road 20 in Broward a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. this section. raging again j lit
: from above project to Walton
%Y)'I:, f A delightful affair of Tuesday having the largest number of par line, $89,749.Bridge county route undecided $82,000; M McRae Saturday. Dr. Middleton of Starke
county .
')))11, evening was the dinner party given ents who had paid their annual Tallahassee, Mar. 16.-Still in- Construction also road 2 in Sumter county road Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Oliver and visitor here this week.Heilbronn was

it;.'. 'i1IT1 by Mra. W. J. Epperson at her dues to the P.T.. A. Miss Ray's complete although formally adopted Bridges under construction 19 in Calhoun county, road 29 in children of Jacksonville, were visitIng S
.
1ill? home on Walnut Street, honoring grade was the winner in this contest by the Florida Highway Commission contracts were placed In the final on Glades county, road 67 In Alachua Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby Sun

;"1 't Mrs. Ik A. Reynolds, who leaves A prize was also offered to recently, the state road de I budget as listed in the tentative and Clay counties and road 156 In day.Mr.

." ,,' Boon for her home In Raleigh N. the grade having the largest num- partment's 1932 construction bud- setup. There Pasco and Hlllsoborough counties. J. W. Driggers of Pine Level Springs
were 19,442 feet of
: C., and Mrs. R. V. Turner who Is ber of patrons present. Mrs. II. C. get calls for section was a visitor of Mr. and Ml.
' approximately $9,000- bridge work Tfcflma nkodea,
costing a total of Other Cop
,
" ,1 1 moving to Macclenny. Ritch's grade and Miss Ray's 000 In new work. $316,233.95.: Projects Mrs. E. C. Lewis Sunday. ,

\ The hostess used for her decora- grade tied for this honor. The year's maintenance Under a heading "Projects on Miss Lillian Kelly was a dinner Mil:!" Eva Underblll or Valrico

tions quantities of early spring Annual election of officers resulted set at 93,401,066.23 in the budget, The list Included: Nassau river other state. roads to be construct- guest of Miss Eleanor Conner Sun- spent Saturday night and Sunday'
tentative bridge on road 3, Nassau antf Du ed".were
Jlstedi with her
flowers and parents Mr. and '
pot plants. Following as follows: setup of the budget day. Mrs. O.
remain val '
Indefinite counties
small Work
$116,142.24
!: 4L1 the dinner the guests enjoyed President, Mrs. E. 1C Ferryman: although the five ; at Cbattahoochee state Mrs. E. Lewis and little daughter L. UnderhilLMr.

I i-iJ\ : playing parchessl for the rest of vice-president, Miss Isabel Fernan- commissioners each have their highway bridges on road 4 in Volusla and hospital for Insane Gadsden county Agnes, of Heilbronn were visiting and Mrs. J. C. Jones were

r""I1, rciw the, evening. dez; secretary, Mrs. H. A. Dew; Ideas of what maintenance should own Flagler counties, $26,944.18; Crane $1,807.74; road 6 Calhoun coun- Mrs. E. J. Lewis Sunday, business visitors to Starke Tuesday -

I L Those present were: Mrs. Edith treasurer, Miss Eunice Perkins. be undertaken creek bridge on road 4 in Brevard I ty, Blountstown. $6,221.38; road 19, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McRae and afternoon.

I ,Ly 4. Ijfnnt 'nmftrv.- Mm. 1... A. Ravnnldfl.I ._.. tricts. in their own dis county, 9890.80( : :Myakk- river I Calhoun f.rt\mtv. .* .. _1r.tattt.un___, ____n_' .V7...... daughter. Llllle. of Crosbv Lake. Miss Thelma Rboden returned U

::1 t&L'1W& $ Mrs. R. V, Turner &Dd-MI--P" a.i: BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONOn The tentative budget bridge on road five in Sarasota 164.03; road 19 Volusla county As- were visiting relatives here-Sunday her home Saturday after spending

i' } LI Jordan. here In was adopted county, 19228.80; Peace river tor to Barboursvllle, $123,568.78; afternoon.M. several months In Valrico with Mr.

, ; !' Sunday, March 13th Mrs.! Joe subject of a January and was the bridge on road 5 In Charlotte coun road 25, Hendry county Lee county L. Lewis was transacting and Mrs. O. L. Morgan.
public
j j Norman of Rising section celebrated hearing in Lake- ty; $3,880.80; Ocklocknee river line to LaBelle, $165,792; road 32 Mrs. Ruby Rhoden
\ Tk MRS. n. C. WALL HONORS land In February. The commission "I business in PIne Level section Mon spent Monday
};: : GUEST WITH PARTY In honor of her husband's birth- found Itself so bridge on road 19 in Leon and Hardee county Peace river bridge, and Tuesday with her sister, Mrs.

' day. Despite the cold weather several gations from all beMeged of with dele Mberty counties $38,484.95; Wlth- $44,000; road 44, Brevard county day.Mrs.. J. E. Norman was calledto F. B. Robinson.
"t" parts the
state lacoochee
1i f : guests were present to partakeof that It rlvef. bridge on road 23 Volusia county line to road 4, $45- Davenport Sunday Mr. O. L. Morgan of Valrico
A delayed
profusion of sweet peas nasturtiums adoption of the final In Sumter 1ty, $80,000 and 000. morning on
;f baby breath and gladoll the bountiful dinner prepared by budget an unannounced meet Gordon river ; account of ths Illness of her son-in- spent Saturday night with her sis
It bridge on road 27 in Road C4
this estimable matron for Okaloosa county, Shoal ter Mrs. O. L. Underbill.
( I r young ing in Jacksonville law, Mr. Jessie Moore
effectively arranged in baskets, last week. Collier '
,her invited guests. county, $26,662.18. river bridge, $148,500; road 54, Mr. Harmon
Morgan of
'Ii bowls and wall vases decked the This tentative schedule of con- Final estimates due Okaloosa Those who attended the birthday Heil

:: 4 home of Mrs.! H. C. Wall Saturday Among those present were struction placed the total amountof work amounted to on completed 101.34 county Crestview, $3- dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. I bronn is spending this week In
Messrs. J. E. Norman, Albert Nor- $109,46202and ; road 67, Glades county, and Valrico with his parents, :Mr.
4 ,t afternoon, when she gave a bridgeparty money at $9,166,704.21; the to- were Mrs. Joseph Norman were Mr. and
placed in the Main's
bud-
man, James Norman, Bazll McRae, year's Corner to road 25, $274 I I Mr, Fr"nk :Morgan.Mr. .
tal number and Mrs. Ed
,t 1j in honor of her guest, Mrs. of road miles at 1- get for payment. 327 road Driggers and children,
[ : Dan Pike of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Driggers and two [ 018.19; and the total number of Preferential ; 81, Levy county Lebanon -. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Proctor and I Newn Burney was the guest

: Several progressions of contract children, William and Ada. Mr. and bridge feet at 33,692. Projects System to Marlon county line, $40,000, ; children of Lake Butler Mr. J. E. rof Miss Gladys Parmenter Friday
I c Mrs. T. D. Proctor and two children placed on the first pref- road 103 Alachua county, Mlca- night.
; Paving Norman and B. M.
bridge were enjoyed after which now under constructionat erential McRae. Albert
Early and Juanita of Lake system for construction Included copy fo Rochelle, $65,000; road 109 Mr. C.
prizes for high score went to Mrs. a cost of $1,022,081.09 was the 112.02 and James Norman. All reporteda Moore made a business
Butler Mr. Leon Conner and Mr. first miles of highway and Martin county, Indlantown to Port trip to St. Augustine Sunday.Mr. .
& Junlus Smith and second high to general item placed in the 9,092 feet of pleasant time.A. .
and Mrs. Joe Norman. the host and final bridge work costing Myacca, $40,000; road 140, Dade Rodman Underbill is .
L k Mrs. Pike. A budget. There R. and B. M. spending
guest prize was presented .. are 233.02: in all $2,389,111.06. In this list county.. Broward county McRae made a
hontefla. After line to MIami
ft the honoree. an lovable and nines or this work listed as: business trip to Jacksonville last this week here with friends and

',: A sweet pleasant day the guests departed Now Under were: Beach, $49,000; road 143, Palm week. I _relaUv.n___"_.._.._
course was served the Construction Road 1
r wishing the host many more yearsof Road one between Santa Rosa county, Beach county, Belle Glade to Pan- Mrs. Curtis Melvin of Brooker
following present: Mrs. C. A. and -
Chipley Milton west $50,000 road 1 Wal- okee
; $23,400
health and ; road 191, Brevard
happiness. the
Cottondale in was guest of her father, Mr. F
Knight. Mrs. R. F. Demoreat -
Mrs. Washington and
c .. .. Jackson ton county, road 40 to Argyle, county Malabar road to road 24, B. Robinson Sunday.We .
J. C. Robinson Mrs. N. counties, $8,303.84
Sternberg, ; road $125,000; road 1, Santa Rosa
CIRCLES OF county $10,000 road
THE BAPTISTW. ; 193, Palm Beach
E' Mr*. T. B. :Massie, :Mrs. Nathaniel 4 between Tomoka river and Rose overhead at'Mllton THERESSA are very glad to report that
M. S. MEET $100,000; county, road 24 to Martin
: county Earl Parmenter Is aftera
in Improving
Turnbull Mrs. Junlua Smith Bay Volusla
Mrs. county
17,850
; road I, Gadaden county, Chatta- line, $$83,467.20 road Miss Rhoda
.I ; O. I* Beasley. Mrs.! A. Z. road 4-A between Homestead ; 211 Alachua Zelgler, Cor. long sickness.Mr. .
Adkinav Mrs.! W J. Epperson and Mrs. J. and hoochee, $1,664,30, ; road 1, Jackson and Marion counties Island Grove .
Mr*. I. E. Wilson Mrs. Pan Pike' Naranja In Dade county. $23,303- countyhfahanna I Llge O'Neil left last weekfor
:M. Brownlee were Joint hostessesat $12,249.05; to road 47-A, $50,817,60; road 218, Georpli, where he will reside
80
and Mrs. W. M. ; road 5 between :
Walnwright. Venice and road I, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hall of Starke
Homes''county
the former's home to membersof Bonifay, Walton county, road'one to Oka- for some time.
: : Myakka river In Sarasota county, 3842.80 roaCPolk' was visiting his sister, Mrs. J. P.
Circle No. 1 afternoonat ; county loose county line$24,984.17!
Monday
__ FOOD DEMONSTRATION HELD $$69,010.89; road 4 between Tampaand Fort Meade to Hardee ; paving Dickinson here Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Crews, Al-
3 o'clock. county line, on campus of Florida State
AT WOMAN'S CLUB lene Howard and Mrs. Ave Howard
TUE9i Pasco
county line in : and Mrs.
DAY Bowls of calendulas and pot Hlllsbor- $204,083; road's Lake county, Eus- College for Women at TallahasseeIn John Hall of Hamp
WELL ATTENDED left Sunday for Ocoee where
ough county, $10,52566; road B tis to road 2 ton, was visiting relatives here
$64,000 road Lake Leon
plants were tastefully arranged ; 2. county, $25,000
; paving on
between Alachua they will spend a few days with
4 about the large living room where county line and county, Tavares to Mt. Dora, campus of University of Florida at Tuesday.
Mrs. Howard's Walter How
Tuesday afternoon at 3 Williston In Levy county :Mr. and Mrs. C. son,
o'clock. the guests were entertained. Miss $92,985.71 $131,171.97; road 2, Polk county, Gainesville, Alachua county, $35- L. Varnes and

; _______ demonstration under the direction of the home Carey gave the scripture readingand Marion; road 5 between, Wllliaton and flames City to Osceola county line 000; also two roads In Citrus coun- little son, Carl,, and Mr. Wesley ard.Mrs.. E. E. Green and baby spent

k work with Miss during the business session county line in Levy county, $140,332.50; road 2, Hardee coun- ty and one in Lake. Varnea of Jacksonville, were visit-
with her sister Mrs. Ida
Pearl Jordan, county agent, In Mrs. J. II. Pitts, presided. The circle 18479241. ty, Peace river bridge, $66,000; Ing Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zelgler Sun- Tuesday ,
charge Mrs. Ada Cornforth Road 10 between West Federal Aid RoadsA day oweat.
of the voted to sponsor the Intermed- Bay road 3. Nassau-Duval. counties, evening.
Home Economic department of the iate G. A.'s of which Mrs. W. M. bridge and West in Bay county, $79,767.07. number of prospects were :Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Dodd and S

w r Kellogg Company, and Miss Annie Mundy Is counselor. At the close $43,738.20; road 10 between Wal- Road 3, Seminole county, Monroe taken from the first preferential sons of Keystone Heights were visiting IN MEMORY OF REV.L. .

,i. Mae Sikes, nutritionist, of Talla- of the business session, the rest of ton county line and Nlceville In bridge at Sanford 150345. system-one from the third-and :Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wallace W. KICKLITEK

; t: ;t hassee gave a food demonstra Okaloosa county, $41,461.20; road ,,a., .. A, C's .._.t..: : ,were. placed. .in a special group to Sunday_afternoon.Mrs. .
the afternoon was spent sewing. -- -- -- .u.--- -Uu'u'.Y. .
tloii..l .. 10 between CArnn! UTat.. _.+.." ._.._..A. DO constructed with federal aid j. p. Dickinson business Although lifeless, countenance -
The hostesses assisted oy Mrs, -- --- --r .u Bridge of Lions, $45,000; road 1, was a thy gentle
.l A complete meal was planned Mundy and Rivers Hundley served Nazarre in Santa Rosa county $3- Duval county, South Jacksonvilleto money if and when congress makesan I. visitor to Starke Monday. will linger before us forever .

cooked and served as follows: 086.21; road :10 between Okaloosa emergency appropriation for -- ;
a salad course to the following Bayard bridges, $30,000; road 4,
String beans, baked Irish potatoes present: county line and base line in Santa Palm Beach :county.. Palm Beach road work. These projects represent 000; road 74, Marion county, Ocalato Although absent here, our hearts

;, on half sheila, Sweodlsh Rosa county, $77,244.86 road a total cost of $1,926.430.92and Dunnellon Park, $35,000 road will
c : meat balls, Mesdames H. Pitta. W. H. Andrews -: ; 13 canal to Delra k $37,000; road 4-A ; always reign together;

celery ,sticks, bran muffins and ,'J. M. Brownlee D. Good- between Bronaon and Otter Creek Dade 'county?-- Snapper creek include: 74. Citrus county, Withlacoochee The many sweet, kind .little. deed.
-
southern strawberry shortcake. man, J. H. Hundley, Alice Lang. In Levy coUnty, $5,500; road 17 bridge, 30,000V". road 6, Hills- Road 4 in Brevard county from rive to Hernando, $188962.25; road you did for we two,

,' This meal with hot coffee was later ford. W. M. :Mundy E. C. Priest, R. betwen Lakeland and Carters in borough 'county, road 17 to Six Sharpes north five miles, $155,000: ; 77 In Gllchrlst county Bell to Will always live in our memory,
served the guests. Polk county, $4,514.79 road 4 in Brevard Trenton, $75,000. for-we love
road 19 be- county near
Anyone desirIng A. Thomas, L F. Brown W. L. ; Mile Creek $69,852! ; road B Charlotte you. .
rf these splendid recipes can get W. tween Perry and :Madison county 'county, South Bonaventure, $155,000: ; road 4. Road work in Liberty and Gil- Now-that God has taken thee
Thlgpen E. Thornton, E. E. approach
same 'from Miss Pearl Jordan. Johns, L. A. Reynolds and Miss line In Taylor county, $4,050.17. Peace river bridge $67,173.15. Martin county St. Lucie river christ counties was placed in the home to rest,

t t Cook books on "Suggestions for Carey. Road 20 between Bayou George Road 5, HlHsborough county, brdge $360,000; road 4, Palm budget in addlton to the regular We know that thee will reign In

the'Planning of Economical meals" Circle No. 2 of the ,Baptist W. and Nixon In Bay county $1,166- overhead $110,000, ; road 15, Hills- Beach county, Boynton Canal listings. It will be done by the peace, among the blessed.

i were distributed to those present 88; road 20 between Jackson coun- borough county, Six Mile Creek bridge, $30,000; road 4-A in Dade road department but paid for in By Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shiver,
M. U. met at the home of Mrs. N.
__c, This enjoyable and instructive ty line and point 12 miles south in and A.' C. L. overhead county Miami to Haranja, $507.- full by the counties. Jennings, Fla.
O. Adams Monday afternoon $82,500, ;
__ meeting was well attended. Bay county, $52,274.64: ; road 20 road Alachua I
13. Waldo
; ; March 14th. The devotional service from county, to
Bay county line north four
COUNTY 4-H COUNCIL was opened with the readingof and one-half Bradford county line $45,000: ;
miles .
$19,32960
the first of ; road 19, Jefferson county. Leon
; IIOL71S MEETING chapter Psalms by
AT road 22, between Orlando
and Win
HAMPTON Mrs.! F. F. Flume. ter county line to Capps, 135475.07; j
Garden.. $175.000
: road 25 in
The minutes of the last meetingwere j road 19, Jefferson county Capps to
_ Hendry county,
$21,297.21 road
;
I Aucllla river
$177,197.86.
__ read and approved.
1il 25:
'The county 4-H Council held near LaBelle in Hendry county,
I After, the"business of the meetIng Road 19 Madison
< county, Au-
_ j their meeting at Hampton Satur- $24,560.16; road 28 between Flora-
I had been attended to, the hostess home cilia river to Taylor county line,
t_____ day from 10 a. m. till 3:30 p. m. and Palatka In Putnam
_,, '. The meeting was called to order served tasty sandwiches and county $56,274.63: ; road 35 in MadIson $76,894.87; road 28, Flagler and
hot tea to the following: Mrs. W. ( Putnam counties, San Mateo to
by the Miss Annie county from Greenville to
president, Laura.
11. Perkins, Mrs. E. W. Hayes :Mrs.
Taylor Bunnell, $50,000; road In. Hardee
county line
j and the $42,371.53
Tucker] \ regular routine ;
O. J. Griffin. Miss Etta Tison, Mrs.
road in Santa Rosa county, Zolfo Springs to Wauchula
lt pf f business was transacted. The county, Navar*
>
Julia Williams, Mrs.- Nat Wil- LOCATION BETWEEN BANK AND POSTOFFICE
banner re to Town Point, $6,547.20; road $20,000; road In Polk county, Lakeland -
with Miss
committee Ozena
;* h llama Mrs. F. F. Flume, Mrs. L. 78 In St. Johns St. to Polk City $40,000; road
county, Augua-
Green, chairman, presented the design .
aI Powell and Mrs. Chas.
f for the county banner which Overt to Duval county line, $39,30072 ,- I in Polk county, ,Florence Villa to
street.TRAMMELL. road 17
-: I.. was adopted by the council. It was I from; road Walton 218 In Okaloosa county Second, $66,000.Preferential Pure CaneSUGAR Jersey PureBUTTER True LoveFLOUR
county line to Nlceville
; decided to hold the health contest
OPPOSES AID TO Projects In the second preferential
:' coat not given.
at Lake Butler in
May. The 4-H
PRIVATE NEGRO SCHOOL system for.construction Included -
Club camp will be held at Camp Grading Work 1,100 feet of, bridge work

I, __ __ __ Immokalee the last week in June. The net general item placed in and 103.44 miles of roads pounds 55c
costing ,
Senator Park Trammel in speaking -------
The president Miss Annie Laura the final budget was a list of all 1 lOlbs. 45c Pound25c
Tucker and the I In the senate Monday took a 96881792. These projects were: 12 pounds _j______ 30c
k' secretary Miss positive stand against certain grading work under constructionwith Road 5-A Lafayette and Su-
; Mildred Hundley, will convict labor. There
represent the were
amendments to Increase the appropriations wannee counties, Suwannee river
council at the state council to be 195.33 miles of this listed at cost
for the Howard University -I a bridge, $135,004} road 5-A, Ala-

; held at. Tallahassee In June Miss the colored college In Wash .of 120976343. chua and Columbia counties, Santa Roast Beef 15cPrunespound15c|II|
i
Pearl Jordan presented the officers The list Included: can -
I ington. The Senator based his opposition Fe river bridge, $40,000; road 10, ,
of each club and the officers of the upon the ground that this I Road 2 In Sumter county, Rer- Walton county, Okaloosa county
council with 4-H club
pins. university Is a private school and dell to Owensboro 26031.50; road line to Freeport, $106,548; road 10.

: There were thirty present at this not a government school. He also 2 in Sumter county, Coleman U Bay county. West Bay to Gulf of Whole Grain Best Grade Snow White

meeting, and at noon a tempting explained that It was the only private Webster. 88.081.75; road 4 In Flag Mexico. $32.157.40road 10. Santo -

; 4,_ luncheon was served them by the school In America to which ler I and Volusla counties Dupont to Rosa county,))base line to road RICE BACON. Grits or Meal
Hampton club. :
The next meeting government appropriations are Tomoka river $7X359.50: ; road in one. 0.158.90; road .10. Walton ,

t will be held at camp in June. made and that there could be no Duval county South Jacksonvilleto county Freeport to Choctahatchee

I : P.-T. A. MEETING e reason for such discrimination In Bayard. $90,849; road 10 In Wa- river. $69,784; road 10, Bay county 5 pounds- 15c Pound8c 101bs.17c1

WEDNESDAY! favor of this college. In opposingan kulla, $23,889.80 r road 10, Franklin West Bay to Washington county I ,

) _--_---_-- $ AFTERNOON amendment offered by Senator county, Lanark 'to St. Teresa,I line, $49,992.80; road 13 Levy I -

it I, Hatfield of West Virginia to ap.. J53.877.88; road in Nassau county. county, EUzey to Rosewood $70-

A The Parent-Teachers Association four hundred thousand Verdle to Callahan 2164805. 000; road 13, Nassau and Duval

_____ met Wednesday afternoon and held dollars propriate to erect a new library buildIng -I Road 15: In Citrus county. Crystal counties, Baldwin to Verge ,$61- Tom. Soup or Juice, can 5c II Peas or Pineapple, can 5c

; i an i interesting meeting with Mrs. at the University, Senator River to Homassasa, .$38,814.- [600; road IS. Hernando county

1 : i :E. K. Ferryman, presiding, and I Trammell challenged the senate to 50; road 15, Citrus county, Horn- Citrus county line to Kekawachee

Miss Madge Middleton acting as do something for the millions of, assassa, to Hernando county line, Springs $75,600, ; road 37, St. Lowest ill Years Pure Fresh Delmonte or Maxwell

; i secretary pro tern. boys and girls In the states where; $18,062; road 19 in Leon county, I Johns, county,, Julington creek

j Rev. 'V. F. Jones offered a pray school opportunities were being near Ocklockonee river, 3.500: ; south six miles, $36,300; road 47 Mayonnaise House

er and was followed by seven little hampered on account of the inabilIty road 19, Liberty county. Ocklock- I Duval county South Jacksonville COFFEE

::4I'._ people reciting from Miss Olive Ray's room to raise sufficient school funds one river to Hosford $29,493.75; I to Julington creek. $220,126.62; 1.2 pints __________ lSe
road 25 In
memory gems about Hendry LaBelle
during these depressed times In county. i road 10, from Panacet to Ocklock Coffee 32c
4. $ Washington. Those taking part In I stead of an extravagant contribution to Lee county line, $$60,865: road ., one, river $21.550.Third pint ------------ 2'le 2lbs25c
______" this Joint recitation 25: In Palm
were: Comer Beach county Military
of almost half a million dol PreferentialIn

Perryman. Patsy Keen, Dorothy lars for a Ubrary building which Trail to West Palm Beach, $12,997; the third preferential system

______ Lee Johns, C. B. Hayes, Jr., Joe road 29, Osceola county, Kenansville for I II
r could well await more prosperousconditions construction were placed 99.1
gallon 29c Lard
.; ?( Andrews Sara" Barefoot., Jr., Ida Lulu Davis and I In the.country. i $60,000.to Okeechobee county line,, bridge miles ,of work roads at and a total 500 coat feet of of Vinegar, II pounds 20c


; unee from Yesterday" was Tallahassee-Bids opened for Road 32 In Hardee county, from 51908683. The list Included: '
'
nung by the following teachers: construction of bridge over Santa Wauchua! east for about seven Road 19, Liberty county, Hos I Best Grade Irish
:Mlas
Perkins Ethel Mrs.Griffin N. B. ,Lovell Miss Mrs.Eunice II. Fe river road No.6-A. Alachua- miles, $09,563.75; road 39, Washington ford to Bristol.,, $103,209.50; road Soap or Powder No. 2 can' able I II

l Columbia counties. county from Holmes coun 23-2 Sumter county. Rerdell to P t t

C.. Rltch, Mrs. Helen Maynard, ty line south for more than eight Owensboro, $1112,240; road 26, 2for ; -ScPeaches .ISc
with. Mrs. A. E. Wall -
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as
accom _
Croceville Construction progressing mllos, $115,768.40; road 49 in L Dade county. Miami to Broward Ii
; panist. 101hs 15c
; Principal S. S. rapidly on local poet of Baker county. from Macclenny to county line, $25,000; road 29, Okee
Dowling talked American Legion clubhouse build Sapp: 82880.24 I
along the line of needed : road 52. Jackson chobee county $13,220; road 29.
Improvements
for next ing. nd Washington counties from I Okeechobee county. $39,670; road

,. Mrs.with R. J.two Davis beautiful year.favored the audIence I- favares-Lake S county flow Chapley$136,587: ; to road Alabama 80 In Clay state county line,,,, ty 29,line Osceola to Aahton county$45,000.Orange coun- THIS IS THE DAY TO STOCKUP WITH FOOD AT LOW PRICES I

selections: show to be held In Pioneer
building from
i Thank God for Keystone Heights to Melrose; Road 29. Okeechobee and Glades
a Garden" (D :March 1719.
_ __ I $49,618.10; road 88 in Holmes I ILt counties, Klsaimmee river bridge' ,





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l J There will be church at the Baptist F. <
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Dekle
| In Memory of Senator. Everett l\L LAWTRYMr j I FARM ITEMS of church Sunday morning at 11 Mrs. M. P. Dekle and attended family, Mr. and
the funeral
Bits of I Johns, A Loyal Democrat *. K. H. o'clock by Rev. Taylor of Hamp -
I nmrmcTCor.. -... -__'... 1 __.;. ton. of Mrs. M. M. McKinney Friday -
N -- The public la invited. .
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I Whereas the Supremo L, T. The farmers in this
Architect Ry Section
Dyer, County Agent are Miss Vlda
I of the Universe has seen fit to call Shnwer for Mr, Vvrnnn L. Rowe Upon examination of a number busy planting beans and other Vivlrette Roberts Dekle and niece, Miaa: "

IDeal ?4evs( I from our inkiest Senator Everett Mrs. L. F. Dlnklna and Miss Doily of strawberry fields It bas been truck crops as the late freeze killed and Mrs. P. P. Dekle, called on Mr.

I II Johns, of Starke, Florida, a Dlnkina entertained with a mis- found that the little ant-like Insect the first planting. Mr. and Mrs. R. E.Wednesday.Parrish :
: member of this committee for celloanous shower Thursday after- the pamera, Is very active There will bo church at the attended -
services at
Concerning Oar People Buiinef andProllre. many and noon in honor of Mrs Vernon this Christian church Little Springs
1 years a loyal Democrat; L year probably because of the Easter Sunday at Saturday. '"
: .* of the County and Town. (andWhereas Rowe, a recent bride. After the arrival unusually warm weather. The recent 11:00: o'clock In the morning and MIss Josephine Blume +
in the death of Senator of the guests little Paul Din- cold has not seemingly has 7 o'clock Sunday night by Rev. hopping in WorthIngton was--
,II Johns the Democratic party ha kins sang two solos. accompanied not chocked It, and it is likely to Butler of Now River. Also there We are glad to Monday. I
1R525Z.125 It w lost( one of its most able and loyal on the piano by his slater, Miss do much damage to the berries this will be Sunday school at 3 o'clock. friends all report. our sick t i

a members,, the state of Florida has Mildred Dlnkins. which was very year. If it la not .checked. The Everybody Is invited to attend. Lillian convalseclng.Mrs. nlrlM t>nfnt vr.n. "A..,
Miss Harriet Ritch spent Wed WEATHER REPORT lost( a valuable and much enjoyed. The presents I '
useful citizen, were pyretnreum sprays have given best day In Lake Butler ;t-orbr
fnwday in Jacksonville. --0.: and his home county has lost a presented to the bride in a novel results, and will just about destroyall 'i father Rev. 8. S. '. I
Proctor.
Compiled by Starke Branch, U. fearless and faithful defender of Its manner. they being wrapped to represent these tiny Insects If the spray Oren ". ,
lira. L. A. Davis was a visitor In S. Forestry Department. rights; lumps of coal and drawn In- la put well up under the leaves. ; FIVE MILE Dekle called on Mr. and 't,
I Jacksonville Wednesday. Week ending March 8, 1932. Therefore to the living room in Mrs. T. D. Proctor Friday. :fl ni::
Be It Resolved, that an express ".... P. p. l.rhl... Cor. Robbie and Leon ;
Date Max. Mln. Prcclp. the State Democratic Executive: ,wagon by Paul Dlnklns. Mrs. Rowe Now is the time to spray fruit Mr. Purrlah called I i i R
on and
Mra D. E. Knight was a visitor Week ending March 115. 1032. i Committee of the state of Florida, was lovely gowned in an afternoon trees: and a number of people have New River Mrs. James Goodge of 11; '1 :
Jin Jacksonville Tuesday. Mar. 9 51 43 _, la open session assembled, COm- frock of chiffon. purchased small sprayer and the Mr. and Mrs. J. :M. Dukes gave Ftlda f. I' ,I :
Mar. 10 60 26 mend The hostesses served the folks i Miss Phoephle Goodge who baa }
his
: outstanding character thalr guests proper matrlals for this work. The young a peanut popping
Mrs:F. B.: Johns and Mrs. R. V. Mar. 11 B8 30 .29 his willingness to sacrifice his own with a delicious salad course. Those oil emulsion sprays or the lime- Friday evening which was well at- been visiting relatives here for sev '> _
1 Turner spent Monday in Macclen- Mar. 12 45 40 .80 ambitions and contribute R'en..rol11t-< present were: Mesdames W. H. Ed- sulphur compounds are recom tended. era! days returned home Friday. (

DY. Mar. 13 60 34 Iv of his time and talents for the wards J. T. Moore, Clifton Brown, mended for the spring spray. As Mrs. Lillie Johns gave a peanut MIllS Gladys Duke spent the >1,
Mar. 14. 61 26 betterment of his party for the G. W. Roberta T. J. Tery O. A. different materials are used for popping and a party Saturday eve- week-end with Miss Corinne Cau-
Mrs. E. M. Johns and Mrs. T. J Mar. 15 62 31 state of Florida and for his own Anderson, Dalton Blackburn D. different purposes, anyone wishing ning.Mr. then of Cooter Pond.
I Griffin were in Gainesville Monfclaf. Total rainfall for week 1.09! in. community; and W. Moore, J. H. Moore,, Paul Din- to spray should\ ask for complete Argo of Lake Butler and Mrs. Stokes of Worthington recently i'

Be It Further Resolved, that kins W. F. Moore C. R. Whitehead instructions. Resale Carleton spent Saturday visited her daughter Mm. )1'' I
M. P. Maheny of Brooker, was In these resolutions be spread upon apage J. H. Harrell, E. M. Bennett, night and Sunday with P. P. Dekle.M. Ben F. Gainey. ."' ,
and Mra. R. F. Demoreal Starke on business Tuesday. O.W. Brown, M. I P. Dekle -
Mr. .of .our minutes! ,_ a copy fur- Reddish. Charles I In going over the county It is wall looking after
were visitors, in jacicsonviue rriday. I msnea nis family, and a copy furnished Dinkins and Misses Bessie Terry, found' that the farmers have learn, business In Lake Butler Monday. OLD TIME
D. W. Kelly of Lake Butler, was to the press. 3nza. Blanchard, Eunice White. ed to like the DuBose corn which Mrs. M. P. Dekle was called to FROLIC HEIUmONNA

attending to business matters In We the chairman and secretary lead, Pearl McEarchen Kathleen I the club boys planted last year, the: bedside of her sister, Mrs. tola ,,

Just received a new shipment of Starke Tuesday. respectively of the state Demo- Blanchard Ruth Rowe, Guilds, and this corn is to be found on Douglas of Brooker Monday. regular old time frolic will ,

Easter Dresses! and Hats at cratic Executive committee, do Marie Thede, Doris Burney, Rosa gaining favor. A good white corn, Russell Leslie and Roy Green of be given Friday night. March 25tb. t
I Stump's. R. C. Helberger of Keystone hereby certify that the above is a Mae Rowe,, :Mildred Dinkins. resistant to weevils, a good yloldr Jrooker were visiting relatives and at Hollbronn Springs achoolbouse. ,

Heights, was a business visitor to true and correct copy of a reso'u- and a good corn for exhibitionhas friends here Sunday. An Invitation is extended to all to, ) .
I IJ4rs. I
.W. Andrews, Jr., and' Starke Thursday.. tlon properly Introduced and passed Mr. and Mrs. G. E.,Norton were been sought for the club boys Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Faircloth, son 'come and hive a good time. Cake ,. i,
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(Mra. W. E. Torode spent Tuesday In at the recent meeting of said visitors in Jacksonville last week for several years. Several varies and daughter were Sunday after-I and hot tea will be served. Arrangements '" : ,
I Jacksonville.MIss F. C. Gould of Silver Lane, Conn., committee held In Jacksonville Mrs. A. M. Blanchard was ties have been tried out, and the noon guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. : are In charge of Joe 1\:\ 1', \

and Rev. J. B. Ackley of Hampton, Florida, on Feb. 19th, 1932.J. business visitor in Tampa Friday Dubose corn comes nearer to filling Dekle. Douglass._ Ii i j'r } i i8t
Ethel Bell of Folkston Ga., were business visitors to Starke B. Hodges, Chairman. and Saturday the bill. It has been kept pure and -- -- -- > >>'? :

Jig here the guest of her sister Thursday. George Whltfleld McRory, Sec. Frank Skipper of Jacksonville been carefully selected each year ,.ij :\ I !
I Mrs. J. B. Soule. was VtftlMncr'___'__0 hla n__ _.._._..._, _*?...... m.... .-.... for forty years.. ..} ) "1
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newsom RESOLUTION Burney Saturday. t
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GARY A. : '
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Mrs. H. H. Young left Wednesday spent several days or last week in J. B. Rowe and children were :Many farmers are taking advantage ,

I for Vlnlta, Okla., on a several Tampa and St. Petersburg guests Whereas, the Supreme Architect, visitors in Hilliard and Jacksonville of the Federal Farm Seed : fr: 1, '
| days business of relatives. In His nfinlte wisdom baa been Sunday. Loan, and application blanks are Candidate forGOVERNOR
trip.o -- pleased to take unto himself the Mr. and Mrs. A. H, Marley, Jr., being forwarded to the Washington .,, ,i' t t

Col. It V. Knight attended court Mrs G. M. Inman, aliases Ethel spirit of our deceased brother, L. and son of Starke were visiting office. However, it is late to r
I In Gainesville Monday and In St. Moore and Gladys Williams attended W. Kickliter, and here Sunday. plant truck crops. 'i ; it
I Augustine Thursday. the Woodmen Circle meeting In Whereas, the 'trestle board of Mr. and Mrs. C. Y,. Mayo and
I Gainesville Tuesday evening. his Masonic life was such aa to entitle children of Tampa, pent the weekend The Boys 4-H Crotalaria Club is Believes in Progress 'Without > i :; i'' :

Mr. W. J. Epperson attended the him to receive the white stone here with Mra Mayo' parents having success with their undertaking Extravagance, 'k '! ;
I Sheriff's Convention in Ocala Tuesday The Woman's Missionary Society with a new name and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Moore. In selling their Crotalarla 'I / (iy\

I and Wednesday. of the Methodist church will Whereas, by the faithful dis- Mrs. Nell Goodfellow has returned seed cooperatively, as several hundred Not Strong on: Promises-Strong on I ;ti

meet next Monday afternoon at charge of the great duties owed to here after spending a few pounds have been sold alreadyIn Performance '1 ,1,'> (,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Griffin of 3:30: o'clock at the church. Business Hod. to his neighbor and to him- days In Tampa. Union and Bradford counties. 'it

I Jacksonville were the guests Tues- and study meeting. self, our brother deserved the title Mr. and Mrs. Robert DInkins of Many farmers are planting a few During his administration he will not be E
I day of Mrs. O. J. Griffin. of man and Mason be it therefore Jacksonville, were visitors here acres, and one man has purchased a .

Rev. and Mrs. J. V. Robinson, of Resolved, that In the passing of i Sunday at the home of his parents '. 300 pounds for his pecan grove. candidate for any political office ,; 'f { :' :

Mrs. A. I.. Kahr, Jr., and Miss Tampa Shores, arrived Wednesdayand L. W. Kickliter Masonry has suf-I Mr. and Mrs Chas. Dlnklns. These boys have a fine lot of seed HE '
Estelle Davis motored to Gaines- are spending several days with fered the loss of a valued member E. E. Burney was transacting that they have recleaned, cured, MADE GOOD THEN-1921-19S1 :''il1u}

I vllle Wednesday afternoon. their son-in-law and daughter, Mr I and the community. valued citizen business In Starke Monday.Mrs. and stored carefully to keep In HE WILL MAKE GOOD AGAIN ,
and )(rs. Lonnie Harley. and L. H. Hill was a visitor to first class condition. There seed t' :,J j

Miss Lola Adklns will spend this Be it further resolved, Bradford Starke Tuesday. are being offered now at very reasonable ," to... '
I week-end with her cousin .Miss FrIends of Mrs. M. H. Jones, Lodge No. 3, F. & A. M. extendsto R. R. Thede was a business visitor prices. l.. ', ',/ ''
,
I Margaret Adkins in Gainesville. daughter-in-law of Rev. and Mrs. his loved ones its sincere heart- to Starke Tuesday. ==== \
W. F. Jones, will be pleased to felt sympathy and while wo mourn Mra. W. E. Torode, spent Tuesday Although the recent cold has "Il;: :t :'

Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Mrs. learn that she Is Improving rapidly his absence we rejoice In the reward In Starke. done much damage, we must not I I'f'V ll :
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I George Anderson of Lawtey. visit-i following an operation Thursday. allotted to the soul of the Mrs. E. E. Burney and daughter, forget or overlook the good It baa _- '., 1\\}j..{
I ed friends In Lake Butler Wednesday. just made perfect.Be Miss Doris Burney, spent Thursday/ done in checking the insect pests I "". ,' .'''tr 'II I-! __
Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon it therefore further resolved, in Jacksonville with her.daughter, and diseases of plants and animals. ) iWNIS i ;
motored to Jacksonville Sunday afternoon that these resolutions be spread on I Mra/D. E. Bennett W19'left in the I Who knows how many human lives C NMICEoo i L MIAVEII? "

Mr, and Mrs. T. B. Masale and and were accompanied our records and a capy sent to the evening for her. home Jin Washing I might nave been saved by the rou Ntt wE. HEARD? THEY Ntt I rNgYE. t ,
I children Joan and Tom were vialI home by Mrs. :A. :M. Richard, who ti.rnav.l f.",llv, also a copy sent ton. D. C., after spending several checking of the disease germs and .;(
I ton in Gainesville Monday afternoon Is spending this week at the home to the Bradford County Telegraphfor months at the home of her mother- carrIers of these human diseases. t Pl1LtlNCr 1'b FEED US) i > <; ,

I of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews. w'Mlcatlon In-law Mrs. R. W. Bennett. et's take heart and try again. H+itobGN? 1 '
(Signed.) Deck-Moore Plant gardens again as soon as i.1f

Mrs. Robert Tanner and two Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demorest and O. P. RAYMONA. The marriage of Mlsa Dorothy I possible to supply an ample amount I a- t
E. DUNHAMA. Moore and Mr. Tom Beck of Law- of food for the family.GRAHAM. I I > I Ii
iOns, of Baldwin f'
spent the week Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson attended .... -..-..-. --_._--- .- -.- .. ._ 4
end with, her mother, Mrs. Laura the concert given by the S. CREWS.IN i' .a l fjciiufiucu III Uttfte J3UllCr'last -
Powell. Glee Club of the Woman's State I Sunday afternoon. The wedding e
MEMORY OF GUY 0. LADY came as a surprise to their ; _
College of Alabama In Gainesville, g
Mrs. W. A. Stern and daughter, at the University of Florida __ I many friends. Mrs. Beck has only III.. Kll ,......-.. Cor. !i _
Louise and Mrs. L. A. Reynoldswere Thursday evening.An Whereas, the great God above in I been in Lawtey for a short while, I .. '!I''
visitors In Jacksonville His omniscience has seen fit to having come here from Ohio. Mr. : .
Tuesday. take from our midst our esteemed Beck has lived here for severalyears Mrs. C. B. Roberts was trans- 1 L LXTRA
event of Interest to their : I '
acting business In Gainesville Fri- .
huddle Guy C. Cady; and and holds. a position In the' '
friends Is the of 'n.
many marriage
Better".1 Whereas the Jon..,
"Star Brand Shoes are Mr. Floyd Crosby and Mlaa Teresa "fl-Lanarfnrd- Pleezlng Grocery Store. day.Avenue : I
Padgett and Duffle Ab-
Sfte the White Post No. 66. of the American I Their many frienda'wish them {
Easter display at Stump's.AU Bennett, which was solmenlzed at
ernathy were visiting In Jackson-
Legion: has lost one of Its mostlay' much happiness. *\-' 'j "
Star Brand Shorn guaranteedat 'the home of Judge and Mrs. Q. A. villa and J
Monday Tuesday. "
\! and beloved members lllasea J
and the Agnes and Louise Sappof "i''
Stump's.Mrs. Gardiner Tuesday evening. We community of its most Wateroak There has been frost for a few
one faithfulcitl7Pn" ,
I were visiting/ their CHICK FEED
wish for them much happiness. days which has killed Irish '
beans
: ( nuwln. Mlsa TJnrla rh.rn.v last f!,: i :
W. S. Stroman has returned ---- -----" ---
to her Therefore be It resolved that the Sunday. potatoes, tomatoes and other young L :
home In Tallahassee, after a Mrs. Alice Thomas who has
visit here with her,daughter, Mrs. been visiting at the home of her Jones-Langford-Whtte In regular session Post No. 68, Ill.Mrs.but G.Is W.much Brown has been real crops.Riley Griffis and R. M. Johnson Today there is a new tag on the feed bag that :B : > '!'p;.
3. our Improved
S. express deep now. )
Dowling. on-m-Iaw and daughter, Col. and .
sympathy to the family and loved Mrs. H. B. Arwood Is visiting were transacting business in makes it easier for you to choose feed for your ; : ; 1
Mrs. H. V. Knight left Sunday for Starke .
Mrs. E. E. Canova and Mr. J. J. Jacksonville where she will visit ones of our huddle for their great relatives in Alabama.Mr. Riley Thursday Wnsdln was a business visitor chicks. It's a red tag that tells about Ingred. i I :.

Canova motored to Gainesville relatives before returning to her loss; and Will Boulware and family to Gainesville Thursday. lent X (properly blended or syn-cron-ized: e
Be It further resolved, that these have moved to Starke." pro.
Sunday afternoon to visit friends home In Wilmington Del. -- teins) the X-tra that :
and relatives.Mr. resolutions be spread upon the SSAMPSON ,I gives extra chick life ,
Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Vandtviere minutes of the post, a copy furnished and extra chick growth. 'Ii ; y 1""

and Mr Z. J. Roberts and and son returned to their home in to the family of our departed CITY

IOn, Alton, of Hastings were the Augusta Ga., Wednesday after a copy comrade to the of Bradford the World County War, and Tele-a MlM Dorotkr ."UII, C.r. FLORIDATHEATRE Only in Purina Startena and Purina Grow- i !tIt"'..

week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. visit here with Mrs. Vandivtere'a graph. ena can you find this X-tra something the 'lJ 1 :
George Mr. Kenneth Thomas
Gardiner Alder- of Starke,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W.
man. Respectfully submitted spent Sunday with his aunt Mrs. greatest development! in chick feed since the 1 t / 1 ;
G. KIRK LEWISE. S. E. Jones.Miss GAiNESViLLE FLA. discovery of vitamins.
Milton Brownlee, Jr., of the U. K. PERRYMAN Only on the Checker .1 :
or P.. In Gainesville spent the Mrs. Dan Pike returned to her W. O. STRINGFELLOW Louise Kite was a visitor to PROGRAM WEEK MARCH 17 board bag will you find the red tag. 'II''
Gainesville .
weekend with his parents. Mr. and home In Jacksonville Tuesday af- Sunday.Mr. 'J .,,; ,
Committee. ;
.
Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. Wall.ter a visit She here was with accompanied Mrs. H. by C. visited W.in Hawthorn H. Smith and Sunday.children, FREDRIO TODAY MARCH What a difference it makes. Chicks of the L ''

Mrs. A. It: Mrs. H. C. Wan,' Mrs. W. L. Wall Lynk Williams Gainesville In In"STANOERS same age, same hatch at 14 weeks that did not ,4.\(

two weeks in Orlando Darby Is and spending Deland and Mrs. N. Sternberg, who spent I ROSEDALE dav-visiting W. J. Roborson tot a few I MAY LOVE"*' get Ingredient X (properly blended or syn- :

"'Ul nor daughters Mrs. P. F. MaP the day In the city. Hlse. Lucille Oriffla, Cor.Mra. Mr. and :Mrs. Reddish f- with Kay Frauds, Stuart Erwin ; cron-ized nrotelns) wMcrriPrl 1 nminrl, 1 niin/ : Ali':'
Andrews -- - ---- -----
lre and Mrs. O. W. Marks. -- of New less than chicks that did.: '
River spent Sunday with: SATURDAY I I/
I ,.
Among those attending the Marjorie Ahrens barn returned Mrs.. Andrews' mother. Mrs. Delia I II : II

Humming Bird fun-fashioned Young People's Presbytery In to her home In New York Thomas. "DANCERS.With TilE DARK"I I I This year there are two kinds of chick feed i1:
Hose"n 10 Green Cove Springs Wednesday af- City. She has been the guest of tf r
of
tar shades, only the$1.00 beat selling at. Stump's E5 ternoon were Dr. George F. Lowry her mother here for several days. pent Frank Sunday Herring here of with Jacksonville friends. Jack Oakle., Miriam Hopkins I those that have Ingredient X (properly r

member they are guaranteed. Mrs. C. N. Christy Messrs. Angelo Mr. R. C. Criffls was visiting MONDAY ONLY I blended or syn-cron-ized: proteins) and those 4'
Carbone. Theodore YounaA.. E. Ml'. and Mrs. M. L. Thompson of VAN ARNUM'S MINSTRELS I
Judge Wall. S. R. Johns Misses Lucille Bootsey Beach Monday. I (On the Stage) that haven't. Feed your chicks Startena and ? '

were guests and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Mitchell Edna Stan bury, Eleanor Mrs. Joe Hodge was the guestof CENT A Alao on the Program Growena. Get your supply here. You'll be

ThUl"lkhy of Wednesday night and Lewis, Marguerite Williams Lo'"- Mrs. E. W. Roberson Sunday af WORD Nancy Carrollhl"'VAYWARD" I chicks ahead !
.rrs. J. W. Judge Adklna' sister, eUe Turner, Lola Lbng. i ternoon. (No advance In Prices) I
Carelton, of JackeonvU1e Mr. Elzle Crtffla of Highland, COLUMN Bllnstrf! Knows at 3. 7 and 9 1

Mr. H. M. Thomas, lion of Mr. was the guest of Mr. C. Rowe Saturday TUESDAY ,
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Jotr. E. and Mrs. R. A. Thomas, left Tuesday and Sunday. "MURDKK3 IN TIlE RUE j ,
was E. Dowlmg of Dublin Ga. night for Hot Springs, Ark., Miss Lucille Griffin' wes ."e CORN FOR SALE-E. L. Kelly MORGUE"With
Sunday the guest Saturday night and for a month's training for baseball, guest of Miss R. Raulerson Mon- New River Fla. Ito I' Bradford County Farmers Supply
of
''later.State's his brother-in-law, and before before leaving for Montreal day afternoon.We Rofo Luirosl (Star of Drarula) I
.t. S. Attorney and Mrs. Canada where he will play thIs are aU very gLad to lean JUST RECEIVED Chlpmont of and SIdney Fox I
Crews. season. Mrs. Thomas and three that Mr. R. M. Prevatt Is out again all varieties! seed beans and corn,
children will remain in Starke fora after a very serious Illness. also full line garden seed. Theseare Coming THURSDAY & FIU. I Company'

Ill' and Mrs W. J. Epperson and month before Joining her hus- We are all verY mnrrv to learn all northern grown seed and MAURICE CHEVALIER i '

'dl'll. George Anderson! of Lawtey, band. that )(1''''. E. W. Roberson la very are new stock. Seeds are cheaper JEAN ;TTE In MACDONALD : N. N. Prevail, Mjr. Phone 151 4 ;w{;.
1Iolored
to Jacksonville Sunday ill and hope she wui oud t e awe than for past twenty years. I ,
'lId 'Mrs' J the dny with Mr. and Births to be out again. Get our prices before buying. "ONE noun WITH YOU" i STARKE, FLORIDA
V-. ?. U Brownlee Bros., Starke. 1-22-tf iI
Epptr-oa
:: and family Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slade: 1. I
Hampton, son March 1 th. I .
.rI''r1\I'rI''J1'p 1
Sltollder .
D.R.V. MARTIN a.
!>. Kp are a mark of youth Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Alvarez. Steam .
rle Pressing Company Phone 52
'-tmlnt says you hlp Deed added Starke daughter March 15th.: I DENTIST Profitable f t.dt for livestock and "
to look f Mr. and Mrs. Ervln ,,.,,. Thy pouts
'ehlonably Manning louitr
-.ee the young I ILAwley Phone 33 Hours 9 to 0Over | DRY CLEANERS your cot of production '
f
' newest models In GosComblnatloos daughter March 16th. and MGl-4r your avow front ;
'turnp-.rel COneta and at Mr. aiM Mrs. J. L Carstenaen.Thereasa I Corpentng's Drug StorekF'ls'Tlkif Suits Pressed 25c Cleaned and Pressed SOc 1 r

daughter, March 17th. j Data Cleaned and Blocked. J. Frank Thoman, Prop. ,
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FARM NEWS SECTION Cover Fungi Crop in Aids ControlOf And the Worst is Yet to ComeWOODLAWN I DINTS TO HOUSEWIVES I +WRUF FAItM--PROGRAM. --.-.. r

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Citrus ,
Insect
I I Weekly from Horn Demonstration 1 "The Voice* .( Florida"

A good cover In the citnu =."::. Specialist. Tallahassee
crop "
Conducted By I c7' t-t .. .
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grove not only adds humus to th : ItIIV .
soil, but it makes conditions : -.. aIrlh Important Florida
L. T. DYER County Agent I favorable for the many friendly more Z : ,--III., VEGETABLES IN TUB DIET lems will be discussed at noon ea**.

MISS PEARL JORDAN. Home Demonstration Agent I fungi that prey upon Insects, explains .. \ lay' next week during the Florti\

J. R. Watson, entomologist i 1 Vegetables are needed by every- Farm Hour from state radio III&-

with the Florida Experiment Sta r:1 ,!JDI!' body. They are most valuable for Mon: WRUP the Florida AgriCUltural T
STACK SILO, NEW AND vtnnable stenks and roasts, the ,- ,, .1I'iTTT-, I1lII' bulk, mineral salts, vitamins, and Extension Service has uL-

CHEAPER METHOD OF mnt parts however, being far! too tion.Groves that have a good cover '-_-J ":: water which they supply the human bounced These programs wiu

STORING SILAGE, TRIED thin for retailing an dthe boned for !crop are likely to have less trouble r: 1 lIIIlIilUlIil! body and without which it broadcast from It to 12:45: eastern x. w

erf trimmings. cannot work efficiently. For balancing itandard time,
from whltefly, scale-insects, mealy according to the i the
4 A new method of putting up silage Why should the Southern farmer bugs, and especially rustmltes due : the family meals Include following schedule. "

' cheaper than any of the others -roduce whole self and soil It for ing the summer and early fall. _J two generous servings of non- Sat., Mar. 19-Florida Fan. Jsflour.

(, an done which may prove success- practically the value of Its hindquarters There are fungus diseases that de- /- c c "" toni5E0 starchy vegetables such aa carrots, News and litotes. Farm Editorial
haa been tried during tho past ? he BIlks, in effect. 1 A
ful stroy each of these Insects, and lettuce, spinach, string-beans, cabbage Snapshots.
winter by the Florida Experiment "The flatwoods ctn produce good 'WHI1>Pt 5H15 and tom' toes Mon. Mar. per
1 these fungi require a warm, humid \ each day, 21-Cultivation met
stack silo in eef" he and adds that N tolE 5o aad
I Station. This Is the says, good Management of
atmosphere In which to develop NEW a.PliE5. some starchy vegetables such as Citrus Grove
-!,
the is Just stacked on tnstures. purebred bulls, and some ,
which silage The cover crop shades the soil and \ potatoes, and a raw vegetable. Ev- '7. DeBusk. Clltocybe Mushroom ed1s
the ground and then covered with feed will turn the trick. "Enough prevents the sun from drying It, ;ry day the diet chould Include to- :tot cf Citrus-Dr. A. S. Rhoada.

cUrL Tood: cittlo are coming: from the and reflecing heat up Into the matoes or oranges for children, and Tues., Mar. 22-Stwaberry fc,. r
Stack silo about 42 feet long at woods to that they can be
prove 'rees, and else gives off moisture 1)I ) green or yellow vegetable for all. wets. Thrlps on Tomatoes and OB.ina .
the bottom and 30 feet long at the roduced, rn'l th"t the consumer J. R.
Four of
itself. pounds potatoes may be Watson. Farm Question
21 feet wide at the bottom and value of Southern herds can be In- I
,
top .. .. ... -- I The only harmful Insect that our used in place of one middlesizedloaf
r. 6 feet wide at the top and 8 feet rcaseJ until uey win sell on an Cox.Wed. I
,common cover crops harbor is what of bread. One fifth of the Mar. 23-The Farm Prlw
November 23, basis with the cattle from the
completed ven
high was we call the pumkln bug. It is like- food dollar, or 20 cents, should be 'Jltu'ltlon-Dr. C. V. Noble. PrImer
1931. It consisted of cane ullage. :ornbelt. I ly to breed on cowpeas and to a / 1 1 spent for vegetables. for Town Farmers
with dirt, except on "Flatwoods beef does not have ,
It wa capped /76 s
lesser extent on beggarweed and In cooking vegetables, care Thurs., Mar. 24-Peanut Produc-
one aide. It was opened on March o come from heavy boning calves. i 1 velvet beans. Crotalarla is less 1 .should be taken to preserve color, tlon In Florida-V7. E. Stokes Cart C
3. While It has not yet been examined ?armers who the breeding ice
mprove
liable to breed these bugs, but It 1S Y flavor, and nutrients. Vegetablesare >f Producing Deef on Florida
all the around, apparently "\feeding of their cattle will find
< way (
loes not die down until the citrus ruined by long cooking or by Ranges-Paul D. Camp. Spuds tunL
there is a 12 or 15 Inch loss on ready and appreciative market forth
fruit is attractve: to the insects. II being kept hot over steam a long Johnson Visits the County Agent
the top and sides, and a few Incheson cads of their steers, and that 130.ftral.
I can be safely grown If It is mowed I time after cooking. Serve vege- Fri, Mar. 25-Poultry Management -
Is believed that add
the bottom. It rill materially to their In- T
and the dirt with just before it produces any pods. I tables Immediately whether boiled, When Eggs are Cheap-p.
the
If silage ome.:
CrotaHrla spectabllls Is less like- lll t aked, or atesmed.Stuffed < W. Brumley. Coccidlosla in Chic
which It was covered had been -- land
J. 1 ly to cause Ills Baked Potatoes -Dr. E. F. Thomas.
I pumkln bug damage
\ COMPETITION KEEN!: AT
more moist, the loss would have I fait
been less. EGO LAVING CONTEST; than striata since the spectabills I Ingredients: 6 potatoes, baked, T

The silage Is being fed to beef PYLES PEN NOW LEADS pods ripen and die down over a -- 1.8 to 1-2 cupful hot milk 1 teas- I LOWERING CITRUS COST I so;
shorter period. I poonful salt, J tablespoonfuls butter -
I cattle. Mr. Watson advised against the -- t and 1.2 teaspoonful paprika. Citrus growers In Martin county Inper
Tk. experiment will be repeatedthis Chlpley, Fla.-There's keen com- I- I
fall.GREED. ;?etiton at the sixth Florida Nation- mixing o fa cover crop in a grove, : Cut the top, lengthwise, from I are following more economical production I
of
-.1 Egg Laying Contest, according since the mixture will furnish food I __ __--- -u.-. I the hot potatoes. Remove inside, lines this year, report

::. FEED IMPORTANT to; the report for February, Just Is- and breeding quarters for the bugs I mash, until free from, lumps with .I County Agent C. P. Hauck. They I intoeon east
over a longer period. They will fork or potato ricer. Keep the potatoes are using light applications of commercial
I. ITEM IN POULTRY DIET! jued by E. F. Stanton, supervisor. I <
PLANT NOW FOR SUPPLY The 10 White Leghorns owned start breeding In cowpeaa and beg- DOOTSEY'S BEACHL. hot. Add seasonings and fertilizers along with heavy I

I' W. E. garweed In early summer and when MlM Nora.... hot milk. Beat until very light and mulching and cover crops. era
;' by Pyles, Maysvllle, ICy, Myrtle; Cor.Mr. *. 0........ Cor. I tea
Green feed l=Important item slipped into he lead for the five these crops dies down the bugs will fluffy. Refill shells, sprinkle with man'

diet and is the months of the contest with move to the Crotalaria. paprika or grated cheese and
) in the poultry now 1,127 and Mrs. W. It. Stricklandof land
> time for Florida poultrymen to points for 1,083 eggs. Just 2 I Tampa, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bert Chlsm of St. George, brown In hot oven. The additionof Jdlsc

., plant for the spring and summer points behind is the M. Welscholek Several Palms To Mrs. II. S. Norman Monday nightMr. Ga., Is spending several diy here a well beaten egg makes it more ]nun

,a' supply, according to Norman R.llebrhof pen, Jacksonville, which has layed Suit Any LocationIn and Mrs. George Chambersand the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. N I, fluffy. Cheese, chopped ham, or Ivor
chopped chicken in the center of
fi extension poultryman. 1,219 eggs. White Feather Farm. little ton', George, Jr., of Mobile Crawford.Mr. IbldiI
A liberal amount of green feed! Clearwater, Fla., Is third with 1.045 Sunny FloridaIn Ala., are spending a few days and Mrs. J. L. Gaaklns andC. each potato makes a delightful. sur- I outstare

S''t will add much needed vitamins, points for 1,106 eggs. here with Mrs. Chambers' sister, E. Crawford were visitors to prise. Servles six.Broccoli .

minerals, bulk, and palatability to Welscholek owns the leading bird sunny Florida there's a choice I Mrs.. Beatrice'Dunn. 3tarke Monday.Mrs. Au Gratin Iter, .

,'' the raton. It is especially:: Important which has 133 points for 136 eggs. of several palms for every location, I Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter and Sallie Blackwelder of Mil Remove all died and withered j ant

l'',,; for young birds as It acts as a Pinebreeze Poultry Farm, CaUa- Harold Mwry, associate horticulturist lon, Junior, and Jerry Wltcher returned ler, Is spending sometime here, tne leaves from one bunch of broccoli. I treewait'

i. c tonic, stimulates the appetite, and ban, owns the second with 129.23: j with the Florida Experiment home Sunday night after guest of her daughter and son-in- Wash and then cook until tender. Read I

helps the digestive tract to function points, and a Pyles bird Is third Station dress. stated In a recent radio ad- spending a few days with relativesit law, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crawford.Mr. Cut Into Individual portions and into

,', properly. Thus, green feed with 129.05 points. I Palms the Webster. and Mrs. L. :M. Murrhee and arrange in.a greased biking dish 2olica jer.I .
will allow the bird to make a bet- During February the 840 birdsIn most truly tropical Mr. Tanner was the guest of Mr. Lacy Norman were visitor to Ral Meanwhile prepare 11-2 cupfuls of I Fat
ter utilization of more feed, which the contest layed 67 percent to I plant that we have, can well be and Mrs. J. M. Norman Monday. ford Tuesday.Mr. well seasoned medium white sauce ideallacct.

"J..1 for the young bird means growth bring the five months average to used drives more In extensively along our Miss Myrtle Norman was the John Chesser, W. C. Chesser to which 1-2 cupful of grated 'rum Gay sq&rM"'t a...-p.l.-e..1........a .......
our parks, and aroundour -.0-
and for the older bird, production. 78.8 eggs per bird. This average Is homes. guest of her sister, Mrs. Mamie Lou and Wilbur lrkland were visitingMr. cheese has been added. Pour this I..ei. '-tar W M r i._ er-U
1'", The proper use of green feed is 5 eggs per bird higher than that It Is doubtful It any ofFlorida's Jersey Sunday.Mr. J. C. Pringle at MaxvUle Sun- sauce over the broccoli, sprinklethe ......- [
': also very helpful keeping a flock of the last contest. ornamentals creates a and Mrs. John Gordon and top with 1-4 cupful of buttered "'- ..... lw.,. .....aalsur..q beeT

of laying birds from going Into a The 30 birds In the 4-H club more lasting Impression and more day.Mr. bread crumbs and bake In a medium ..
the with
favorable comment family were guests of Mr. and and Mrs. Sebe Harris of I ,- --- .........id nswNd |
than the
moult, or at least prolonging the contest have averaged 60.4 eggs. palm. Mrs. Jeff Norman at Vanderbilt oven, 373 degrees F., for 20 II ... i111.eru4 .. __ ..-.- tore
t; production period Two pens are tied for the lead with Palms are conspicuous on practic- Sunday. Woodlawn, spent Saturday night minutes, or until golden brown. '- .... Irha .... S. r.d I the I
ally all pastures used to advertise the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L B. : I+ r .... .. a.bt .....
The Florida poultryman can 401 points for the five birds They I Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Norman were Serves 11x.Anna Mae Sikes. _f M r wpr..t |eclof10m
_
Florida. Thompson.Mrs. w. ... .....
easily plan to have a liberal supply are owned by Edward Zellman, visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman e ...1.nr sine I ,
rp;!)j. of succulent greens every month In I, Umatllla and Frieda Nowak, Can- I Of the 1,100 species of palms In Junday afternoon. G. N. Norman, Mrs. Pasco Everglade*-Two new weekly -knai-. by tdens.

: the year, and in moat sections of tonement. I the world, 14 or 15 are native to Mr. Leamoo and Leon Norman. Grlffls and Louis Norman of High- papers, "Belle Glade News" and I .

the state this feed can be produced ._ Florida, and less than 175 have Jim Norman and David land, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. "Pahokee News and Philosopher" HAROLD C. WALL Idem

Plan a 12 I been successfully Introduced into Browningwere It, J. Norman Monday.Mr. being published here. I
quite economically. TO CONTROL THAT "SPREAD"A visiting Jim Hersey Sundayat INSURANCE take'
i.[ months' schedule, fitting the different the state, he said. Doubtless there Starke. R. N. Crawford was trans- Madison-Extensive remodeling | clpU

crops In the best advantage, Is condition to which the buying are many others suited to Florida's acting business in Jacksonville one !RTARKE., FLORIDA Anlew3

i'. Mr., Mehrhofs advice. Cabbage, public can point, In a demand for temperature, rainfall, and soil. day last week., being done at Turner Store. I

I kale, turnips, cowpeas, corn and lower meat prices at the butcher While a wider variety of palms GREENWOOD the I

1; millet are likely the most Important shop or restaurant, was made plain may be grown in the southern por- I More than $300,000 allocated to y put I Ipile'
tion of the state such the Mla Errai l7.. PrlBgle. c...
crops that should be planted In the talk of Chairman Stone of ones as projects in Palm Beach county by

soon..SPRAYING. the Federal Farm Board at the an- Washingtonla, Sabal, Tracbycor- state road department commissionIn ta-lt
pus, Cocos australls type, Chamae- its tentative budget for 1932.-
rest
nual
meeting of the American Na- Mrs. Donle Pringle spent the
TO PREVENT tional Livestock Association at rops, and Phoenix canarlensls, are week-end with her parents Mr. and West Palm Beach Tropical Sun. PYORRHEA111ay I Lord.
hardy enough to be in the
FIG RUST SHOULD BEGINWlI..N grown
San Antonio. Growers be said The
cooler Mrs. H. O. Rivers of Starke.Mr.
LEAVES APPEA.RFig received 40 per cent less tfor their sections. Earl Rivera was the guest of Jacksonville Market Basket brie
There's a wide diversity of typesof Groceteria opened for business at
livestock In 1931 than In 1929, Bill Rivers Saturday night. mom
bushes should be sprayed as palms. Some are stemless and Northwest corner of State and ]
while the consuming public for the Mr, C A. Pringle and son, Wal- Your TeethIPcssiblyYouHaveAlreadyContracted! teac:
soon aa the first leaves appear to grow to only a few feet while oth- Julia streets. Destroy TI
same period, got a reduction of rio! were transacting business in
prevent trouble from the fungus ers make magnificent trees. Some I trlLlJUmI'
only 20 per cent. It has been esti- Raiford Monday.Mr. -
which rust saDr.. d. F. have single trunks, others have
causes : mated he said that | !
in 1913 the hog St. Clair Moseley and William -
Weber, associate plait pathologist numerous trunks or stems. Some : mss
o
producer received for his pork and Pringle were visiting their
t With the Florida grow rigidly erect, others are lean-
Experiment Stay hell!
lard 60 cents of the consumer'sdollar '*ter, Mrs. J. W. Saunders Sun-
tion. but in 1931 be received only Ing. Some are smooth trunked -- "' The disease the leaves while others are clothed with var- day.Airs.
appears on iffI
35 cents. More complete organization L. E. Moseley and children
about the time! the fruit is nearly ious growths. Classed according to ",....
be the of the state farm
may producer only were visitingMrs. --
grown and causes them to turn type of leaf, there are those with PYORRHEA'already mark.
way to control that "spread.<<: Daisy Pringle Sunday after- HAS 1
I' yellow and fall Rust is first recognized pinnate or feather-like leaves and noon. you for Its victim T Not '

by numerous, small, raised, others with fan-shaped leaves. Mr. Quincy Rosier and Frank How do you' know Its attacks are 1I
reddish brown spots on the lower BETTER SIRUP There's also a \arlatlon In the color Insidious-It strikes without warning I 1
I Crews were visiting A. B. Rosier
surface of the leaves. These spots of the leaves, Including a light yel- -many do not know they have

r are covered with a dark yellow Sugarcane sirup of greatly Improved lowish-green to a deep green, ashy- Friday. It until lust too late. Go to your

,k.( powder which Is the mature spores and more uniform quality gray, and a reddish tint, some dull -- dentist at once. Have your teeth
:: of the fungus. In severe cases! the can be produced by a method workd and others glossy. Don't Get Up NightsMake examined thoroughly cleaned the

1:1 trees! are completely defoliated, out by C. F. Walton. .Jr.. and I Mr. Mowry Is the author of bulletin This. 2Sc Test tartar removed. Then, by using

: t usually In July or August. TQ. 1C Ventre, of the Bureau of 228 "Native and Exotic You need this bladder laxer to tll< s,, Rijrirs Medicated Tooth Powder you

.\ Control measures consist of rake Chemistry and Soil, United States Palms of Florida. Free copies drive out Impurities and excess \ can successfully repel the attacksof

e ing and burning all fallen leaves, "xrtment of Agriculture, In experiments may be obtained from the Florida acids which cause irritation that Quickly Bleaches Jly"rhea. You can avoid the
necessity. for false teeth In the
.l and with made In Florida and Mls- Experiment Station, Gainesville. results In
spraying a 4-4-50 bordeaux leg pains, backaches
of life.
iflnippl. The method involves the Muddy Skins prim.
; mltxuro. The first spray C burning and getting up nights. BU-
:ii'. should be made as soon as the new addition of a small proportion of DOESN'T THAT COVER ITT, KETS, the bladder laxer, containing Dull,ordinary appearances vanish

leaves appear, and should be followed decolorizing carbon direct to sug- Some pretty long stories have buchu, juniper oil, etc., works as blemishes and defective feature The Choice, Is Yours
i with an application every 10 arcane Juice In the farm evaporator been written to explain the agricultural !- !on the bladder pleasantly and effectively are forgotten under the lure of the

days until the newly formed fruit I Marketing Act In a I as castor oil on the bowels. bewitching beauty instantly ren .

,; is a half Inch In diameter. Spray- It Is estmated that nearly half speech made at Columbus, Ohio, Get a 23c.bgx: (5 grain size) fron dered. Beneficial in correcting ,

o' big should then be discontinued the total production of both cane Sam H., Thompson, member of the your druggist After four days If lea flabbiness.. freckle wrinkles

h until the fruit Is picked. Two applications nnd sorgo sirup made on American Federal Farm Board, used one sentence not relieved of getting up nights GOURAUO'S

should then be made at farms Is of inferior quality, sellingat as follows: "It recognizesthe go back and get your money. You .
Intervals of two weeks each. a price at least 20 per cent lower right of the farmer to markethis are bound to feel better after this OR1ENT4l ,

'; than the high-grade sirup, and that own products, and offers him cleansing and you get your regu CREAM .
an Increase In the value of such sir 'isslstance Iwho.w
inexercising that lar
?! BETTER MEANS QUALITY HIGHER BEEF up would result from the application 1 trough cooperation with his neigh-right sleep.Store. Locally; at Mitchell'sDrug .. flash Me) r...- .......
INCOME
of the method devised. On the bor."
FOR CATTLE PRODUCER basis of the 1930-31 average wholesale .
IP alga, MwHwM Talk VowferM _tal.. sir
price of low-grade sirup In Pearl or cat-tall millet plantednow threwiM ...* ..,. karaMwlutowr. ,........... -
\; ; "Sell both ends of your beef ant Georgia, per gallon, the Increase In will ..t..fa a .-. .. all tkmwwh. i
mals" is the appeal of K. F. Warner would mean increased grazing Strawberry Plants of QualityWe .1._. lu ......... rapmtw .......*
of the United States Departmentof price amount to about 7 or feed to cut 40 to 60 days later. "-. err'. ... -.... and errwre.s. \ .
cents. Mad r ....... tile e.rnl .aIt TITFight
Agriculture In the March Issue Madison-Mr. and Mrs. A. Strick- have fine River Bottom crown berry plants IMs. wa.. IaMr vs.. tin. _...... r .IN:.;.,!
of Southern Agriculturist. And to Start now fighting houseflies by land state certified and fine t:
opened botel at Deadman'sBay as grown. Missionary, Im-
da> this, be explains, it Is necessary I destroying their breeding places.
)1:. to produce good beef animals. -- known as Bay Breese HoteL proved Klondike, 1000, 92.25; 6000, $11; 10,000, \ w ".t

Quoting his observations ''In a $20. Blakemore, new and fine, very productive Pyorrhea by UsingRIGGS; "i! ,/

1 Memphis packing plant, which had "You'll know how earlier than '
never Missionary Klondike
'" received sales for carloads of gooda or twice as pro-

t: "heavy boning calves," Mr. Warner cigar can be until you ductive. 1000, $3; 5000, $13; 10,000, $25. Buy your
If! stated these proved to be native plants through Brownlee JTJ
agents Bros.
my Starke
,
have smoked a ,
,, cattle of either sex and any weight ...
and of low market grade. Northern s C. \V.,, Roberta, Lawtey. If you can't see one of

F'+ meat dealers wanted them because 0 \VASa- them order direct, but be sure to buy our quality I

"It: the hindquarters of these cheap plants. ;
t calves are thick enough to make NOW Catalog free for asking. We can ship MEDICATED TOOTH POWDER

any day now you want plants.
SAME size < JiP'rSOLD; r..i"
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J.A.BAUERTHE
LIgUID-TAHLnTII ..ALyleM Delightfully MILD
es eand Llnatd .. ,..10.... ..... .......lIp t Corpening
lies ...... .......".11,.. ..... ac s Drug Store
'" *(*'.-.Ida.a ..l.... ..< effective treatment far /. Lewis Cigar Mfg. Co., Newark, N. J., Makers STRAWBERRY PLANT MAN

M !Most Speedy Remedles Known GAINESVILLE CANDY CO., Gainesville Fla. JUDSONIA ARKANSAS I JI I J J"ij' tUggm Medicated- Tooth Powder Co. Orlando,.All ri'w-


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\ -h11 I '"When Jesus therefore had resolved what doth the Lord require of thee TRAIN SCHEDULE NOTICE OF KLKCTIO vlll Issue therein on the 4tb day of ) ,

: the vinegar, he said! It is but to do and April A. D 1991. .'
justly to love mercy At special meeting of the Bnart Dated
. (this let day of March. A. D. \
:'inished; and He bowed His head, and to walk humbly with thy Cod T Our schedule changes March Otis of Publlo Inatruetl'/ ot HradforiCounty un. ... \r i
meetIng <
and gave up the ghost. You might Mlcah 6: ind trains will run as follows: was, Florida hold ,purnuiint whlfh special to cal0\ Clerk O. W.of Circuit ALDERMAN' Court, ,' .., +,

'ask why did Christ die? And what 8.March 24 Southbound local No.1, due which all membeie had parsonsno/ Wradfora County: Florida. I (, (,
tics, on the 14th day of March 1)31 a-6-lIt.6.. '
m effect does His death have on your Peace with All :Men: Follow Starke 11:12: p. m. there being present at such mevtlnc .. \.
, life and welfare? While Jesus suffered with all and Southbound local. No. 11 due H. D. May A. B. Burrency. and J.1 !;}
i-th word is a lamp onto>> my feet,, ni a light: unto mj path.-Psalm 19:105. peace men holiness Moor members, and A. J. Orlffle, I NOTIC'IO TO neurons: ANn CKCD- h
as a substitute for us, yet without which no man shall see the Starke 9:35 a. m. Secretary of enld board the followIng (Tons; i b ,

All he suffered the full! penalty of sin. Lord.-Hbrews 12: 14. Southbound limited No. 107, due among other proceeding wen Notice I* hereby given that all .I! :
creditor .
dpf7'ItIUd. ,
legatees, distributees
r.Tl mnr tl4 had to-wit and +
. p creed.if yare to have any claim While on the cross Jesus cried Starke 10:28: a m. Member Surroncy presented a all persons having claim' against "

I the love loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with "My God, My God. Why hast Thou SEVENTII DAY! ADVENTISTS. Southbound limited No. 191, due resolution. and upon motion of M.m the estate. of It. 8.: Humphrey, de ,,
I &pall her J. "". Moore, seconded by Meinbel ceased are hereby requested to present '
whose
of Jemis the Christ worda fit into fold and crevice ,
, .teaching every forsaken me? Starke 11:00: p. m. Surrency resolution wan put befon their claim to the Honorable /Ii} !
jjf the humInE i rt J oft whom' it wuuid in John 7:46."NEVER MAN And God must have cast him off 10. What does Christ proclaim Northbound local, No. 2, due the board and .all member voting ,: Oeo. A. Gardiner Judge of 'I I.r
'q
i TnIS : Aye and none Nay resolution vat Hradford county. Florida for his aproval -
so that Christ suffering: would Himself to beT Starke 5:19: .. m. adopted Mid raolutlon being In > within one year from datetereof I
I pastor of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use thla des equal that of a condemned sinner. "I am the resurrection and the Northbound local. No. 12, due word and figure a* follow: or this, notice will be held la :.
I Whereas, at a merlin* of this bar thereto, and all persons Indebtedo !
of church activities organizations and announce*
life He that belteveth
: on Me Starke 3:31: p. m. of March said estate are requested ?
pert Space freely board held on the 14th day to PAY :'
!ta C'ven and no charge made* -the only requirement WEEKLY SEUMONETTE though he were dead, yet shall he Northbound limited, No. 108, due l>31. there was presented a petition their said dehte' forthwith to theundersigned i) V
I !2j: that such Items reach this office before Wednesday morning aliened by more than <5 per cent of executor j
I and llveth and be-
Uve whosoever
: t cannot *be handled for current liunia. ; Starke 5:56: p. m.LVannee. the qualified elector who are freeholder This 11th day of March A. D. less. ,J
.carr"I"" they Contentment Ueveth on Me shall never die." Branch I ., residing within the territory A. 0. cnwws.: J I II i '
.
1 Psalm 16:6.: The lines are fallen John 11:25: 26. "I am He that No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a, m. Ta known School and designated District I No.a. 1 fpeclal of- -- I.tt.. ._Executor- 'I '

-j I II !east the color of legality to the unto me In pleasant places;; yea. I iveth and was dead; and behold I and No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. County, Florida I praying COMMiaejIONKir. SALE

i SUNDAY SCHOOL!! :decision already arrived at. False have a goodly heritage. am alive forevermore. Amen; and lally except Sundays. : I dr1ord to call an election to. determine Hereby notice Is given that under '
whethrr said school dletrlct and by virtue' of
that certain decree
LESSON I witnesses were brought In, but Proverbs 30:. Give me neither have the keys of hell and death T. J. Griffin. Agent hall Imiue bonds In the aum of IT.- made and entered on February 16th. :
1 I I their testimony was in plain disagreement poverty nor riches.Philippians Rev. 1:18.: 000.00 for the purpose of acquiring, A. U. 1 J1. by the Hon. A. V. Long! ':
building enlarging, furnishing or Judge Pro. Hao. Vice of the 11th Ju
and Caiaphaa rose from 4:11: 12. I have Note-Chrlst changed death In- Blue Bus Schedule otherwise improving buildings, or dicial Circuit of Florida In and for

" FOR MARCH 20. 1038SuMect his seat, and, with theatrical solemnity learned Inwhatsoever state I am, to a sleep. Absolute death knowsno effective Jan. 1932. school ground or for any otherexclusive Bradford county In Chancery, In
1.
Daily of;
r um public free rhonl that certain partition suit wherela '
asked the question: '"I adjure therewith to be content. I know waking; but through Christ all Northbound 5:03: a. m.. 9:19: a. within paid Special Tax School Dletrlct Joseph K. Wilson ae liquidator for ,
: Jesus dies on the Cross. thee by the living God, that how to be abased and I know how who have fallen under the powerof to be used. by the whit. children I the Bradford County Bank a corporation. ,',
Text: "Christ died for I m., 1:59: p. m., 4:59: p. m., 8:19: p. of said. district. and this Board la complainant, and Zary ', "
Golden thou tell us whether thou art the to abound. !
death will be raised some to life m. havingduly" considered said petitionand Crawford et al are defendants, the ,
t lour Bins according to the acrlp- Christ the Son of God.'* With great L Timtohy 6: 6, 7. Godliness unending, some to everlastingdeath. Southbound-9:34: a. In., 12:34 p. the fact elated therein and hav undersigned will sell to the highest / _
I Cor. 13:3. Inn determined that said. petition I I. and best bidder for cash In front of hi '
1
he answered in the affirmative
-
tureB. solemnity with contentment is great gain. m., 4:34: p. m., 7:34: p. m., 12:5O: a. signed by more than E& !per rent of the Mouth door of the court house of (! ,
i Lesson Text: John 19:17-22: ; 23- that he was the Messiahand For we brought nothing Into this 11. What question does Job ask m. the ifuailfled. elector residing. In Hradford county In Rtarke. ..Iorld.. \',j, ,i

|30.Topic the Son of God. Nothing more world, and It Is certain we can car- !and answer? Tickets and information atSmith's acid 5. and Special that the Tax issuance School. District of .bond No.ae on I). Monday ISIS dm tb.Ins 4th the day legal of hours April. A of :, ,_i,

: Why Christ died; Cen- was needed by His judges. They ry nothing out. And having food "If a man die, shall he live to prayed for therein I. necessary and _I.. the following described 'lands ,1-'
Jtral truth-the sacrifice is maae him I Service Station next that paid. petition fully compile lying and .being In .paid Bradford I"" 't, (
, unanimously pronounced guiltyof and raiment, let us therewith be: again? All the days of my appointed courthouse. with the law. It In. therefore County Florida to-wlt! i
land our salvation depends upon our blasphemy and worthy of death. content. time will I watt, till my change Iteeolved: By this Board of Publlo HWU\ of NE41! and 8HU!! of 8WU\ 'O 4'i'' \

]faith and acceptance.Time The Jews then took Jesus; before 17. Charge them that are rich comes. Thou shalt call and I shall Instruction In npeclnl m..Unlon and NWH of Mails of March 19.11 It
Cloning this the 14th day Township 6 Houth, Flans >t Kaat. ,4 J
and Place: April 7, A. D. Pilate the Roman governor who In thla world that they be not high- answer thee: Thou wilt have a desire South that It la expedient and for the best J. M. nnoWNMOH! II \" "
130 at Jerusalem. tried to Induce the to hands." interests. ot said Special Tax SchoolOletrlrt N. I>. WAlNWimillT ; "I', {'
; high priests minded nor trust In uncertain to the work of thine J"
No. 11. parcel post and letters No. I of Bradford county J. M. ALVAHKZ. ; ; J
I introduction: "After the last sup- agree to an acquittal of Jesus but riches but in the living God who Job 14:14: 15. 9:15: a. mNo. I Florida I that this 1 Board on behalf of 8.6.lt61Comml..lon.r.\ ,j.'1{ r d '
I ""tMASTER'S
' jper our Lord led his little band when they refused Pilate "deliv- giveth us richly all things to enjoy. 12. Why did Job wish that his 107 letters special deliveryand said'th.nanii..nt District rlo of issue 11.000.00 and, nell for bondsIn the .' \ r '";,I.'

I of eleven followers through the I ered him therefore unto them to be 18. That they do good, that theybe words were written In a book 10:00 purpose a. stated In said petition SALE 'I;
y special handling, : a. m.
f I eastern wall of Jerusalem; down crucified. And they took Jesus, rich In good works, ready to distribute graven with an Iron pen and lead North above Be It referred Further to.Ileeolved that said and Notice by virtue.la hereby of a given final that decree under of "v I. I" .' ( t 1(?

I into the deep valley of the Kldron.: and led him away." Then today's willing to communicate; In the rock forever? No. 12 and letters bonds shall. be In the denomination Toreclneura made and rendered by 'ilK"/,
parcel post
I the bridge, and up the westem "And he of 11.0(1000 each, that bond shall the Honorable A. X. Adklnw. Judgeof ( ; y
across lesson begins-- bearingHis 19. for themselves a "For I know that My Redeemer II i Jj
r Laying up 3:15: : p. m. bear date of June 1st 1'S'. with Interest the Circuit Court of the 18th Judicial ;; :
slope of the Mount of Olives cross went forth into a place good foundation against the timeto llveth and that He shall stand at No. 108 letters special deliveryand thereon at the rate of kV.. percent Circuit of Florida, In and for {"I ;r of\\I\\';'; ,.b

I to an olive orchard named Gethse-I called the place of a skull which that lay hold on the later day the earth; and per annum payable on the let Hradford county In Chancery, dated II s,'i, )'
they upon
come may special handling, 5:30 p. m. day of June, and the let day of December February S9th, 1931 In that certala 'Ii', t
Iraanc, which means 'an oil press" i Is called in the Hebrew Golgotha: eternal life.Prayer though after my skin worms destroy Night mall closes at six o'clock.No. of each year, and such bond cause therein lately\ pending between .'11 i, '
land was a favorite resort of the Where crucified Him and two God from this In flesh to become due and payable as follows the Federal Land Rank of Columbia f l'!
they : Save us, O body, yet my 1, due at 11:12: p. m. : plaintiff, and O, W. Harry 1// .I'
I disciples and is one of the most others with Him, on either side the worship of riches. May we shall I see God." Job 19:25: 2. No. 2, due at 5:19: a. m. On. Thousand Dollar on June lit and Mattie Barry his wife et al., ') ,rtl I

I moving and inspiring spots in the one, and Jesus In the midst." realize that happiness comes froma 13. How does Paul say the saints Wannee Branch 19SS. and one thousand. dollar on defendant wits therein the undersigned. wh.
appointed a apeelatmuter
June let of each of the 19S8 "
year ,
I world. Eight of hla disciples were It was unlawful to kill any per- surrendered life to thee, and from will be raised? "Behold, I show Mall closes, 7:00: a. m. to II", Inclusive.The In Chancery to execute the ,, jl"ji. ;
(bidden by Jesus to tarry on the ion within the city of Jerusalem service to our brother men. Helpus you a mystery; We shall not all principal and Interest of said name, will on Monday the the 4th day t /li! ,
Mail arrives, 2:40: p. m. bonds shall be payable at the officeof of April ISIS during legal hours 54 '
I outskirts of the garden while the therefore they took Jesus outsidethe to bold steady to this vision sleep but we shall all be changed the Hanover National Bank In of .. ., before the court house door ."

]three disciples closest to him Peter -' city to a hill called Golgotha, Amen. Remember the Sabbath In a moment In the twinkling of the City of New Turk, State: of New In Starke and. best Florida bidder, sell for to the cash highest the "Ill I' fi l { "

James and John, went with him (a skull.) Jesus was weak from day, to keep it Holy-Exodus 20:8.: an eye, at the last trump: for the York.H. It Further Resolved that an following described land situated, I f,

1 a little deeper Into the shade of the exposure and the Roman scourgIng Go to church Sunday trumpet shall sound and the dead election be and the same la hereby !lying.- and being In Bradford county 'I
NEW RIVER .
to-wit '
I trees and were bidden by Chrlat to; and fell beneath the cross. shall be raised Incorruptible." 1 called 'In to Hampton be held Florida at the en schoolhouse the (I) Southeast: quarter of Southeast 1 ,It ,I''

I watt there while he went further Simon a Greek Jew from Africa DAILY BIBLE THOUGHTS Cor. 15:51, 62. Mla KMl* 5.pla C_. 19th day of April HIS, to determine quarter of f.1.... 10, Twp. T. t; '. ,
I .. __ whether said: bonds shall be Issued ,South, Hang It East; I'I'I..rld '
into the orchard for soUtary prayer. was in the crowd and they com- .m a* 'or.lnd..crlb.itth.t. (I) Bouthweet quarter of Southwest 'J '

There our Lord begged the peUed bun to carry the cross for March 18 PRESRYTERIANServices Mr. D. W. Kelley and lon Her- at such election the question to" be Ilange quarter IV Eat of: Sew II, Twp. T South i 5i' t.'It"
I Father to him the terrible or- Luke 23:26. The High Calling-Be there- submitted shall be "For Bond or"Against !
spare Jesus. ( : ) ye mle, were bunlnens visitors In the Bonde." (3)) of Southeast .
jdeal, adding the words that should Those who were crucified with fore perfect) even as your Father Sunday March 20, as Hate farm Saturday. It le Further Resolved that there quarter; Nor1"w..t quarter of ;, ,{( 1'1 f'
Southeast quarter! Southwest quarter ; ..
I accompany aU our petitions Nev- Jesus were two thieves, one of which is in heaven Is perfect.- follows: Messrs. Jim Thomas, G. W. and be *appointed: M. U Watterson.the following O. Ilayne manager .of Southeast: quarter) Northeast r? J p:.5,

ler-the-less not my will but thine which repented on the cross and Matthew 5: 48.March 10 a. m. Sunday school, JJ. M. E. A. Sapp were transacting business and Jeff Perry and U J. Wynn a* ,quarter Southeast of quarter Southwest of quarter Southwest and '" I Yt'..

|be done"The asked Jesus to remember him, 19 Truby, supt clerk of said election.It '
In Starke Saturday afternoon. I* Further Hesolved. and Ordered quarter, all In Sec 11, Twp. 1 South '
force which Judas; broughtwith and (Luke 23:43) Jesus said to AU Are Invited: Come ye, and 11 a. m. Morning worship, ser Mr. and Mrs Lamar Butler and that the foregoing resolutionsbe Ilange 19 Kast.\ Containing In aggregate ,I I ;' ,
,
[ him to arrest Jesus; carried him, 'Today shalt thou be with me let us go up to the mountain of the mon by Rev. John F. Shepherd, D. Mr. Earnest Waters were business Telegraph published, In newspaper the Bradford published l'ounly with the HO appurtenance acres Bald sale le 3 I ;1 11'

torches to pierce the shadows of In paradise." Lord, to the house of the God of D. of Eustis. visitors In Lake Butler Saturday In Bradford a County Florida and be made pursuant to said decree) t. A I, '6,

I the olive trees. That force consist- When criminals were punished it Jacob; and he will teach us of" his 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor. afternoon.Mr. publication consecutive be week for,the beginning period of on four the satiety the .am.b)and. K. gists.MCRRTMANA 'I 91 11 f qF.'

I ed of Roman soldiers together with was customary to hang around ways and we will walk In Ills Topic, "How Can I Show My J. L. Johns was transacting IHth day of March Iti'l there being LAYTON* Special! Master In Chancery + l {<

I acme of the temple. police furnished their neck and place on the cross a paths.-Isaiah 2: 3.Marcb. Crowd that I am a Christian?" business In Brooker Saturday. no newspaper School published District No.In sold I. Bollcltore" GRAY for Complainant.Oalneevllle 'i l"r;
Tax
I by the Sanhedrin. Jesus surrendered placard-naming the crime; "And 20 7:30: p. m. Evening worship sermon : Miss Flora Belle Johns was visiting Special 11. D. MAY, Florida.RHBOLVTIOIf. J; .

I himself asking only the free- Pilate wrote a title, and put it on The First and the Last: I am the by Dr Shepherd;, in Lake City Sunday after Chairman Board of Public Instruction 1.&t-6-1 v ''r"', :

hem of hi. disciples. Christ was the cross; Jesus of Nazareth first, and I am the last: and be- The Every Member Canvass of noon. of,) Bradford County Florida(8KAL ,I i

I taken away bound, all of the disciples the King of the Jews." sides me there is no God Is the church will be'made this Sun- Mrs. H. L. Johns and daughter ATTEST: Public.clal. meeting of the Board ,ii' '.
of Instruction of Bradford + /
I forsaking him and fleeing1. A great crowd gathered to 'see there a God besides me? Yea, there day afternoon beginning at 2:30.: Juanlta, Mr. and Mrs. Pledger A. J. IJRJII'FIS.Bup.rlntend.nt Board, of Publlo instruction County Florida, which special m..t't' i 1 I'I'j'J h

Annas was still regarded by the Jesus crucified. Most of those Is no God: I know not any.-Isa. Dr. J. M. Mitchell, Chairman of the Johns were business visitors in of Bradford County, Fla lug which was all held member, pursuant had pereonal to no- a ;.j .t. \
,
I Jew as their high priest though were enemies or sight-seers; but 44: 8, 8. official board will direct the can- Lake Butler and Raiford Monday and ex-afflolo, Secretary; of eali Hue, on the 14th day of March, I93S. fa 1.i! \

I the Romans bad deposed him and some were His followers and March XI vue afternoon. Board. 1-18-61-4-15 there being present at such meeting 'l ,I; ;"
I If D. May, A. B. Surrency, and J. T. r': !h'
put In his place Calaphas, the high friends. God's Response: If my people .. ..ayer meeting Wednesday at Miss Vera Butler spent Tuesday Moore members, and A. J. Urtffla. l "/ I"

priest that year, who was his son- "Now there stood by the cross of which are called by my name, shall 7:30: p. m. night with Miss Carrie Belle Nor NOTICE) or APPLICATION FOR 1 Secretary of said board, the 'UIlDW'r" '

I h! -law. Immediately after his ar- Jesus His mother, and His mother's humble themselves, and pray, and A cordial Invitation to all our man of the Vanderbilt section. TAX DEBO I ing had among to-wltl, other proceeding were 'I ,),4 .f

rest (!it was about midnight), our sister. Mary the wife of Cleophas. seek my face, and turn from their services extended to all. Rev. Butler will fill his regular Notice I Is hereby given that Col Member Currency presented a I,, \ .; '

Lord was taken before this Annas. and Mary Magdalene. When Jesus wicked ways; then will I hear from e appointment at the Long Bridge 'W. T.No.Week 9(1( Ind, holder day of of July tax certificate A. D her resolution J. T. Moore and ,upon seconded motion by of Member Mm ,it(# < ." "'1'

The examination before Annas was therefore saw his mother, and the heaven, and will forgive their sin CARD OF THANKS Christian church Saturday night 1033 ha* filed said certificate 'In my Burrency, resolution was put before "I
brie. to draw! Christ Into he lov- land. 2 office and made application for tax the board and all member voting !, l ,1
seeking disciple standing by, whom ind will heal their Chron. and Sunday. Everyone Is cordially deed to Issu thereon In accordance none Nay resolution wa "' I .
soma damaging statement of His ed, he saith unto his mother, Woman 1:14.: We desire to express our heart- invited to attend. with law. Said' certificate embrace. adopted, said resolution\ b.I".o t 1 k :;

| teachings. I i behold thy son! Then salth March 23 felt thanks to all citizens of the Rev. Hemingway of Starke will situated the following In Bradford described county,property Florida. words Whereas and.,figure at a a meeting* follow of: this ;, I I ,\* ,

There seem to have been two he to the disciple. Behold thy The End of Enmity: When aman's town and surrounding country who fill his regular appointment at the to-...It I board held on the 14th day of March, l J. '

I trail before Calapbaa. one a proem mother! And from that hour that ways please the Lord, He helped us to bear our1 recent sorrow New River Baptist church Sundayand of North Northeast half of quarter Southeast Section quarter IS. aliened 19.12. ;\: there by more was presented than 16 :per a petition cent of 'I' I' ,I tk5, .

| 'ry meeting with only1 few disciple took her unto his own maketh even his enemies to be at by their many tokens of sym Sunday night. Everybody come Township 6 South, Kange XO blast. ; 'it!

mem1 ers of the Sanhcdrln present, home." While hinging!: on the peace with him.-Proverbs 16: 7. pathy. We are also: grateful to I and bring someone with you. The assessment of said property: freer known ''J
under the said certificate Issued was tory and designated a* Hpe- '
I held 'n the night, and the other a Cross Jesus; said "1 thirst" and the March 23 Judge Adkins for his loving tribute In the name of Julia Joodwlne.. cia Tax School District No. I of <.' '," .K

meeting of the full council held soldiers gave him vinegar to Way to Life: He hath shewed delivered to the court. : Punta Gorda Plans underway Unl... said certificate shall be redeemed Bradford County call Florida alxuiinn preying ,', I I 1 qc.! ,
.
according to law tax deed this Hoard to an t. determine
aft -nrlna In order to give at' quench His thriat. ti1PP, .. O man, what H good: and ".- T, W Klekliter1 fimllv '.> improve local airport. whether said. school district i, (, ,, f'(,

_____ hall Issue bond III the sum oc el.- I i ,, .1 I A ....
---- u -- ---- ---- -- --- -- -
voi>,.00 for the purpose of acquiring, '
DOROTHY McManws building, enlarging, furnishing or i "; :
DAKVrIT !
Fv? Charles n' wii* school ground, or for any otherwithin d
.t- '. PUI.I.. ft u .ou ,...
MAKES NO DO AS I SAY ARE'Vou said Special Tax School nl.-!
PAPAS + 1HA. WrtrST tract' to be used by the whit children ; G '
OIF'FERENCENWERE AW PAPA! hot DOSS NA a HA ,AUGHINA-r? You SHOW OFF WNEN of said UioiriiH. *.., SHE: IS VOG GO AROOMOPAPA ] duly considered said. petition +
WHE.RETS NOT
I OOM'T AROUNb HA MAMA and the fact stated therein and having .
TO BED determined that said petition I* '
MAMA?? WANIJA NIR / 4 7 DONiTi ANA signed by more than sft p.r cent of
the Qualified eleutora residing In
aid Special Tax School District No. P' '
1, and that the 'Issuance of bond a* ,
prayed for therein I I. necessary. and 1 .' F?
that said petition fully compiles :
r rl with the law. It I I., therefore { (" +
i. / frlt Resolved: lay thle IJoard of Publlo ;
'r N'ri Instruction special meeting oa I
n n this the 14th day of March, 1931.
that It I.I expedient and for the beet 11 {
i Interest of said Special Tax School p9" tv4
? District No. Bradford County q.
r rhr.f
Flurlda, that. on behalf of; i I ,(
aid District do Issue and sell bond i
In the amount of I7.090.04> for the ;i t
-/ purpose a* stated In said petltloa ? 4ylie

above It referred Further to.Resolved that said' ,

., .. bond shall be In the denomination { ytlj
:.. of tl.OOO.OQ each, that bond sna.ll qj
.
'
<<) ,> ... LL 1 bear dale of June 1st. 1931, with Interest I6ii E'ti
u ji thereon at the rate of I to( percent f? +
per annum, payable on the 1st
::> ( : day of June, and the let day of December -
of each )year and such bond It:
-- ecwfle ,- M.M to low oeuume: due and payable as lute

-- --- One Thousand Dollar on June 1st,
.. Itta, aid u,. tituusand. dollar oa '
--_. -- -- ... June let of each of the year 1934to \ ii (4.
1941. Inclusive.
y.
The prii*..,.....A and Interest of ffxM: ? '
"THE MAIN: XC ONv STRFFT" By L. F. Van Z< 'iwPrtKlNVIlll bonus shall be payable at the office)
.. of the Hanover *iacuma4 wan. t*) ", y d,
the city of New York mate"' of New /
York ',
Be It Further Resolved that an ,
)ui111 3.3 ', 1 election be ana the same I* hereby f
tuz: DAILY 4
: BUZZ Icp.aelpllfWwllEe
I ; caiied to be beld at the achoolhuuae +
I ,' O/AM/ AI'GCAR! !>'I yOMrD) I fNM M \, In Hampton, Florida, on the "+' 'i
lbpo luth day of April 193. to delerm- "
nlwsnt.F4 4 -' '' J HOT'EL toe wnether said condo ball be lasusd
..
,
deecrioed ana thai
tit W10All rtautt'tPSrFI J rN'i ae Herein
) at such election the question' to be

CAMT ." MO'R' i Tn+Vr .i.iie4 shall be For Bond*" or ,
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"Against
) Bonds '
<
< y
WON kfNis
CAp r = I BARBER MOP: u" a Ar ll le J>'unu.r Resolved that there
F 1 5TOF VNOOW l>fW A CIO JOKtl:' .------,-,- ,enYf ,nGr'Q ue appointed the fallowing. mana-
ovAOaAfr t+ GE ,
E DOC GRAVES DRUG STORE Cba .... I Watlsrsun, O. Haynes
I : CLEaN FINbS! NIP' PARuQ '" ,... AfAR HINT EJr-' erersi *
I L.' r IN "JRe"'DFUL: I )(f R0oTffS t+of'.ekg BOfRS err TfPe .uu Jelf Perry and L J. Wynn ae
etArtE jerk at said election
'El
FMMA-HA. r NUfiN'
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'V'I'I6I 'Boor Ii
Nag It Is Further Ileeolved and Ordered
2N IT nun GeoaGL!
HIS BEStG+al.. Mtnv 1l
h ,
rot 1'r-wwtaaye 90M! CAStbR l that the foregoing resolutionsje
I 4- CO'I1'IE. L NEO n 4n.o OLL GfON4! eGr' r published In the Bradford County ,
'NEq
Nkel'CN'"( ,
IT Fp2 :'elegiapn, a newspaper puuiku.d
A SDIN "NIA '
.n Bradford County, Florida, and
ooMtrtCLUSnJfES jubllcatlun be for.the period of four
.; A t>(At) '!>ToP.Oll I ";nsecutive weeks, beginning on the
C; OQjE II''" tstn day of March, 1931 there be-
", lI ''III." .g nj newspaper: published In said .
tff .pedal Tax Motoool Dmtrict No.. "*. I
&W II. D. WAy 1
for- htirntan. Hoard of Publlo Instruction V
(, of Bradford County Florida.lsaALl
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J Hoard of Publlo Iauutun
i" ,,1/0' aLL >> f1
'Ai oC. "II>-.." '.!u<( ", JJ. .- .. '" and ex-offlcio, Secretary or sellIJ
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r BRADFORD COUNTY TEIJCanAPK. STAKKE. FLORIDA' :ritlDAY MARCH Ig 1932
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PACK. EIGHT --- --'
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.__ .._. .. --- -- --- -- citrus section but I If -
h. -- --------- --- the "Sweet Adeline" type.-Bran- school teachers are on the public hauling from the again honored by being 1'ac
----- and have children of all I aside from all this It Is one of the your county Judge I shall ',nTM"
TelegraphEstablished son JournaL payroll to render faithful honest '
Bradford County From Other Pens I -0--- party affiliations in their care. If most beautiful drives In the state.In dent service n""PeCItUUvent-'
I"A
i CEO
1877 If all the gubernatorial candi- any of our teachers take an active a recent Issue' of the Times- A. GAIll i:
,- dates would send a check along part In politics in their schools this Union one reads the following the request of friends.

-- with their dope. newspapers of the ''year, as has been done previously about the hills and lakes that dot consideration thereof. I hereby; ana a"nounce ,,

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class little extra cash would help state could pay off some of their they should be fired Immediatelyand this new highway: County my to the candidacy voters for of the Brartr IS1"Hi

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida most everything."-Starke Tele- notes. Bradford County Tele- never be allowed to teach In "One of the most picturesque of County Judge to be voted g S'S' "!
I Where do get that Wauchula Ad- drives In the entire state Is over the June Primary. Being a
Traph. you graph. And if all the newspapers this county again.- uate of University Law oh ,,grs.
Publisher RXTRA stuff T Uraatllla Tribune. : would make better use of their vocate. state road 28 from Lake City, via some 11 yeara In the practice 01a.d

i-i.: Matthews ____________________ Owner and u the said candidates 0- Lake Butler Starke. Keystone I feel fully qualified to servO )'oJa"
waste baskets
County Judire. If t
J.. C. Robinson ____. ___.________--___ Managing Editor Starke Telegraph wonder why would stop sending out their dope Another Crack at HoardingTo Heights Lake Geneva and on to elect m. I promise you that snent you ,I

gas taxes are not raised another: without checks.-Dade City Banner ( "My Bonnie Lies Over Palatka on the St. Johns river have unbiased honest service., faithful I efficient. ta KS i

t SUBSCRIPTION RATE cent to provide hospitals for cows You tell 'em brother.-Wau- The Ocean") From Starke to Palatka one enCounters licit your support and earnestly vote I in :Jvl'1:

crippled on the highways. Better I chula Advocate. My money lies under the carpet; dozens of clear crystal- primary June 7th, 19 sa.

: Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance provide butcher shops.-Times-Un o I JL-y money lies close to the sink; like lakes each with sandy bottoms Respectfully H. K. PERltrMAN.

Advertising: Rates on Application ion. : Not suggesting that such a thing My money lies back of the mantel and beaches. In fact, one is

i- 0- ever could or would happen In this I But It's doing no good there, I hardly out of sight of a lake for I hereby FOR TAX ASSKSSOlt
Just did they name a dam about miles of announce myself a candl
the This
why country; but we could not help but think. forty trip. date for the office of Tax A......;
i' .: Register and vote: after Hoover T Starke Telegraph. wonder just how we might feel If So Til bring back bring back, Is called the backbone of the state, of Bradford county subject. to the ;
will of
Probably because they didn't dare and chain'of clear water lakes the Voters at the. com'I
-o- those gangsters! In whom Col. Lindbergh Bring back my money to me, a democratic prlma.I..cllon to Z,
it to his face.-r-Bronson Jour the from held June 7th. .
say would be to me. range across peninsula In asking for thl.
has his trust
, placed
t in Live Oak today. office will say that I thorouithi
am
state meets nal. Palatka to Gainesville. ,
The nearly Key
press
able to locate the American baby I: clothes lack shoes lack. familiar with the duties thereof and,,
--0 1 1I I e and restore it to Its mother's arms So Til spend some money on met stone Heights Is a new town and is promise If elected to discharge the

and June Very few people ever get bunions -Gene in Chicago News. growing very rapidly. It nestleson duties of said office In an efficient
fed-
will be noted for Easter while all the forces of police and courteous manner. Your
Perhaps this year from walking the straight and eral men, detectives. officials from -- the banks of Lake Geneva with and, support will be. appreciAted vuli\

narrow path.-Times-Union. Then other lakes in the LOUI3 II. JflLLt
brides.: president to constable! failed In the It Never Happened :a half-dozen near
why the painful expression they The land around the
o attempt.-Perry Herald. (Jacksonville Journal.) I vicinity. hereby announce myself. a
: : of danger in wear? 0- It was a political meeting. The : lakes la specially adapted to the didate for the office of A..e.anr can of
is the physician who still warns -0-- Taxes of Bradford County
.
and melons.
An optimist crowd growing of grapes subldpi
: was big orderly and good
Isn't It funny A man puts a to the wishes of the voters to be .
Let's build the canal through I Lake City Is doing its share in In the M.pressed
real natured. coming Democratic
i' kissing. hundred thousand dollars Into The speech was announced -
Bradford county.-Starke Tele routing travel over road 28 in primary. It elected I /guarantee III|
I o estate helping, to develop the town. for 8 o'clock and promptly at the favor, Information
accommo.
And
.
Yes why not? righton '
. I from graph. and has to pay most of his income that hour the candidate appearedon which it rightfully takes great datlona and courtesies that can 1 b,
\' The state farm road is still on paper-Reprinted through Levy too!-Bronson : pride but It has remained for Pa- given through that office. Will ap.predate .
Another hun the and
.y out in taxes. buys! a platform was given a I your serious I consideration.
Journal. worth of latka and other cities on the southern vote and& asxlstance..
January 1930 Issue. dred thousand dollars rousing: welcome. A model chair-

-o I --0-- government bonds has a safe and man Introduced the distinguished terminus to really popularizethe N. D. WAINWRICHT
Merchants who advertise haveno Attractive
A of this
use highway. -
comfortable income of four thous- in three minute
speaker a speech
of art students need for mot.hballs.-Starke hereby announce myself n. can
love-making is an art, there are lots and dollars 'and doesn't pay any -count them three minutes. Nor route signs have been posted didate for re-elentlon to the office .r
Telegraph. Oh. yes they have; create Tax AnHeHHor.
and undoubtedly are helping During the three
for graduation. to the taxes at all.. The man should pay did the chairman as much as hint that I have been ,
ready they need them to sell your amteioor
the road
; advertise. who can afford to pay but that is at the candidate's name being "a I greater use of fears tried hard to give to the pub:
merchants who doesn't
-o
not case.-Sanford Her. lie all that could be exported of mean
always the household word. He Introduced ,
t The only drawback to the spring rains is the number of Chipley News.-0 ald. him, and amidst tremendous cheer- Pclilc.l( Announcements assessor I promise, and: In you asking this, that for If reelection I.

am elected again, I will continue to
.0U the candidate advanced to the
!. roofs now developing leaks. The queen of the tung oil festival jag serve you honestly fearlesiily. and
all the gubernatorial candi- center, of the raised his hand FOR STATE' SENATORIn .
!"tinge Impartially. I will appreciate yourvote
from her .
0- will not be selected response to the suggestion of .
to out talk her slater. dates would send a check along to quiet the tumult and said: many friends, and believing; that I at elections.the coming primary Respectfully and general

; Candidates will be fishing for votes, while the voters -Starke ability Telegraph. No; for her with their dope, newspapers of the "My fellow countrymen. It Is a can people ba of of this valuable a service district.composed to the B. W. HAYES:,,

'em. Messen- state could, pay off some of their real pleasure to greet this large of Union oJalB ratordcounties :
smooth ways.-Crestvlew FOR SHERIFF
to forget
fishing
will '
: go notes. Bradford County Tele- audience. Before I discuss the Issues I hereby announc. myself To the Democratic voters. of Brad.
ger. aa a candidate for state senator
; o graph. And if all the newspapers let me say two things of a subject to the will of the Democratic ford CountYI)
--0-- I
hereby announce
' More taxes must come from some other source than real Alacbua's tung oil festival would make better use of their preliminary nature. First., if I am June voters 7.at 1933.the I primary am In favor election of and on for sheriff of this county my subject candidacy to
waste baskets the said candidates elected I don't the millen the action! of the voters at the com
with candidates. promise will work for tax reduction and In
will be next. should prove popular Inn Democratic primary elnctlonpromising1 ,
\ sales tax
. estate. A a reduction of the expense or lunnlng -
would nium. I
out thel not
stop sending rdope am absolutely sure
.-Starke Telegraph. Most of the state government: I also, If elected a faithful, hot)-
o without checks.-Dade City Banner that I will be able to fulfill all my favor and will work for thectrengthe11nR act, and efficient performance of the
had their greasedfor
'em have tongues duties of said office. Your vote and
( White House gets behind budget bill-headline. It would a long while now.-Bronson! pre-election promises, but I do say to protect! of depositors the state bankinglawi and to support la respectfully solicited

0 ru make an honest effort. In the make their liability to loss much LAUBICB C. CLEMONS
) .' be easy for it to hide behind the deficit.0 Journal. Hon. JUA, Green, member of second place my opponents are more' remote. I will aver ba *lertfor
-0- and on the right Ride of any I hereby announce aa candidatefor
-- Wives may object to life insurance congress writes us that he Is just good men-honorable and as patriotic other measures. which I believe to sheriff of Bradford County, FlorIda .
between out of the hospital after a serious as I am. If either of themIs be for the best Interests of the peo- and respectfully solicit and will
: One authority classifies crooning as a cross a but widows do no .Starke ple and the protection of their rights appreciate your support at the June
In fact widows' "objects" attack of the flu. His many friends elected and I go down to defeat and property. Your vote and support Primary.
: dying calf and a dog baying at the moon. Telegraph. will be pleased to note his returnto the constitution will survive the will be highly appreciated and W. J. EPPERSON.
and wifes "objects" are If I am elected, your confidence In
o different. Bron- health. Also so far no one has hock. And now I want to discuss me will never be violated.
sometimes quite I hereby announce my candidacyfor
qualified aa:his opponent and it is simply and clearly what I believe Respectfully.Lake .
all sheriff of Bradford county, .ub.
hostess is one who has already given away son Journal. Eutlor! Fla. J. M. MANN. M. D.
(' ; A capable not at all likely that anyone will. to be the most important issue of I ject to action of the voters at the
< doodads bridge prizes. -0- To the Democratic Voters of the primary June 7th. I have been I
the useless Christmas as The spending complex is not so The people of this district can see the campaign. Then alas we Fifteenth Senatorial District citizen of the county all my life and

o no need of making a change when woke upi! Many of the voters, both Bradfordand have never asked for an office at the
, Starke
; complicated these days.- Union counties, which comprisethe hands of the votera. If elected I
, of red ink these days. In Telegraph. Huh I Just try makingthe they are being so ably served at above senatorial at urged promise the oltlxenai. of the county
The government is using a lot Income meet the national capital by "Lex.- Our Question Department me prior to the death of ctse'.;. offlclent law enforcement, without
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national colors. family family expenses Johns, to enter the race for the showing partiality. Your support
fact, red and blue are the outstanding If you think it isn't.-Bron- Macclenuy Press. (Wauchula Advocate) Democratlo nomination aa senatorIn and vote will be appreciated.
---0-: A valued subscriber (as if someweren't the coming primary election to O8CAK ANDREU
Journal.
pl son be held In June 1933. I now take
that asks what to do
) us
-o- A Georgia paper prints this thin method of making my formalannouncement REPRESENTATIVE
l olden days the desire for liquor would take a man'scoat when brain won't functionas FOR
In the Perhaps the can was attached to paragraph of good sense "When the old for this Important I respectfully announce my can

off his back. Now it takes the coat off his stomach. candidates purposely. Starke you hear a.man finding fault with rapidly as It should. For Instance office.carefully I ask consider each and my every candidacy voterto : dldacy County for Representative aubject to the of will Bradford .r..

o Telegraph. As probably -many of the local newspaper open it up early some morning after If I am the nominee I pledge efTlcle&it the Democratic voters of the coning
.
'em will believe after election. and ten to _. you'll find be hasn't the night before. service to the people.Respectfully.. nominated primary: J \on.dc\ ., 7 I, will 1938. di:I If I-

.' Headlines say Louisiana strawberry growers have Bronson Journal.A ., an advertisement In It; five to one The best thing we know to do Is: Lake Butler, Fla. } AL Y, MAINE3To :Igently, faithfully and fearlexiily do
of Scratch the head; prop the feet on everything: that f can that will helpthe
:: charged off two million dollars as a result of the freeze. -0- he never gives It a job printing; the desk and cl- the Demo"ratio'eieetors of the majority of the citizens of Brail
light a cigarette or .
to If he is subscriberhe
little extra cash would three oneithat 16th Senatorial District of Florida.I ford County and the State of FlorIda
pj help is a' delinquent one; even odds gar (if you can borrow one) ; respectfully solicit your supportfor Will attempt and aid In placing
almost everything.-Starke Tele nomination In the June primary the state on a business basin 1 will
knock the ashes
j, c It f is not to the credit of the law enforcement agencies of graph. But is powerful hard to ha never does anything to help the : off letting part of aa your state senator for nal them fall trousers and
publisher to run a good paper; and on your. which embraces the counties of O. M. INMAN.I .
for Lindbergh to seek aid from the lawless. get with everybody bewailing the Union and Bradford
\ this country 40 to one he is the most eager to desk; brush or blow them off; look T11KLMA JOHNS.
lack of It.-Bronson Journal. take tills method of announcing
0- see the paper when it comes out, through your mall as if you expecting my candidacy for the office of Hepreeenatlve. '
-0Exchsnge a check (which of course B'PERINTENUfoN'r OFHCHOOI.I : reduction of salaries ;
I favor
and borrows it from his neighbors
After all this country will be lucky if it gets out of the Through the solicitation of many and< taxes. and rigid economrnlonir
y says too many people before they get time to read it." you aren't; call your stenographerif of my friends and my desire to againba all lines of our state work.

c World War tangle with only the loss of the billions lent to its refer playing a harp to playingsafe. -Live Oak Democrat. ( you still have one) and ask her Ire' your tn announce school auperintendcnt myself aa a candidate I de-. Should I I be honored with the nomination I

former allies. Use of a harp by some couldbe -0In -- some silly questions (notice how for this position, subject to the promise and to the afterward best of my election ability, ,

questioned.-Bradford County The Melting Pot she answers them; scratch your June primary. It nominated and honest. and faithful service
elected I promise a faithful performance
1 0 Telegraph. Questioned Is right for "Next." -VWho me?" "Born?" head again (Of it is bald rub it In. of the duties of this office T. II. PINHOLSTElt _

: That joke about Chevrolets being painted green so they some of them would "play the "Yes' sir." "Where?" "Russia". stead); stroll to the nearest soda be Your highly votes appreciated.are solicited Your and rospecfully. will. MHWIIKH SChOOL BO\lIo-OIot. 1 I

sounds devil."-Chipley News.0 "What' ?" "All of me." Why: fount and have a drink (Of you can II. B. WIGGINS. I take thl .methnd of announclm 1
: could hide in the grass when the new Fords come out part my candidacy for member of j-hc"
-- find somebody to match with or District ,
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did leave Russia? "I couldn'tbring board from School
you T hereby myself n -
i / like a dirty dig. The Cedar Key docks were destroyed it with me." "Where were some sucker offers you one) ; go ..o fur re-election announce to the office candlda of I comprising subject to North the will Starke of and the LaWtoVI !.Iem.;

I < ?- by high waves during: Sunday's your forefathers born?" "I only back to the office and resume your Superintendent Bradford County.of Public Your Instructionof vote and cratlo voters In the coming! prlma1

storm. Not a good father." "Your business?" original position with feet on desk. June 7, 1S3J. If
will he
very got one support appreciatedIlespect for tli"
interest in Year customs work
miss has I to
The modern no Leap elected promise
It aren't awake by this time fully. A. J. QT.IFFIS: ; i-r,
terminal for the proposed cross- "Rotten!I" "Where Is Washington T""He's you best Interest of all the schools
) .. says the Tallahassee Democrat. Naturally thejrprefer saying state canal. The Gulf terminus of dead." "I mean the capitalof tap yourself on the head with a let. Bradford county and I earnestly w-
To the votera of Bradford county.I licit your" vote and support
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,, "no" to hearing it. the canal must have a good harbor the United States?" "They loaned ter-opener or a hammer. If that hereby announce my candidacyfor Respectfully O. H. BENNETtI :

.-Tallahassee Daily Democrat. It all to urope." "Now do you don't work take a day off and go superintendent of Public Instruction.
o I feel that. I am qualifiedfor
that I ama
promise to support the Constitution fishing.-The Cub.Express said office and promise to faith- respectfully announce of the .chi.,
candidate for member
Perry News Hijacker is evidently a bridge player. He Exchange says few curves are ?" "Me ?" How can I? I've gota o-- to fully the discharge best of my the ability.duties Your of same vote board district No. 1 (compi-lslnu sulij voting ito

{. ; says too often when the husband lays down the dummy, the dangerous unless some fool Is comIng wife and six children to support. Berry Rates will ba appreciated.Kespectfully. the precinct action of one the and Democratlo two), 1 pri:,!:
U IT. FIT'I'CfFoil '
(Lakeland Ledger.) ,- .
1 as fast as you are going. -Open Road."Homesteads. mary election to be held June n "
wife lays down the law. ur
Starke Telegraph. And we have -' Appeals of express companies fora If elected I promise the cltlnens helt
TAX COLLECTORI the district and county the
--- -- seen 'em so alluring that the average should be entirely 10 per cent Increase on carload I announce my candidacyto service of which I am capable. Your

J rt fellow couldn't tell whetherhe exempt from ad-valorem taxes." so I shipments of berries from Louis- : : myself as Tax Collector support will be ap'r..clated.
.: Perhaps the reason for Starke showing such an increase of Bradford county subject to the RAY A. NEWSOf.dIJa .
was coming or going.-Bronson aith Charles Durrance. The John ana have been reneweif before the Democrntlc prlmaiy to ba held on

; in population in the private census taken was due to the fact Journal. Rlngllng home in Sarasota Is reputed Interstate Commerce Commission, June 7th, 1932. I have tried torender hereby announce myself a fan-
faithful honest and efficient
,r, : that "age" was not required. -0- to have cost five million but surely these agencies have no survive you during my first term of for re-election. as member I. J.m 01
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Gainesville committee organizedto dollars. Itls a homestead. Thereare hope of getting action favorableto office an your Tax: Collector I earnestly the intereHteii school solely board In district the adVaTmdhltof
o solicit and If
: route the new canal via Palne's numerous million dollar homesn them at this time. A year agoa elected uuiln I your ahall support continue to render our county school and If my work'I

: ; Changing the old order of things, children now say Prairie. The committee claims south Florida. It's some exemp- similar appeal was denied. yon the name service as I haveIn as two a yuarn member' meeta of with the board your PP'the P val.
the
that this Is the shortest route. It tion when let the millionaireget Berry who ship from i I.alft' your support In the June primal
:: :; about when they expect to be back instead of asking for per- you growers CAnr. A. KNIQHT. 1'led.lnll'
Is. on foot! The barges are. then, off without taxes because they Wauchula, Dover. Bowling Green will be appreciated attention to "J Jname

'". mission to spend the evening out. expected to carry their own wet don't work and pile aU the taxeson and Seffner are to be given ratesin I re..p.ctfullv announce myself a duties conscientious of the office.
i'0 candidate for the office of Tax Col. JAMES T. MOOHB-- __
buslneaB'men.
cargo-for portage.-High Springs including those line with those from Lakelandand lector anbject to the action of the

: Telegram. who barely. make a living. But Plant City on petition of the I Democratic voters at the primary, ofJune MF1MI1KH' SCHOOl BO...IH-I'';*' J
It has been proposed to enlist the country's 45,000 laun- : candliU
7th. I feel that I am In every I hereby announce mv
e he is the of Flor- companies. All these berry (1'
Charlie says hope express of "
qualified to the duties of ;
way give for re-election as member
drymen in the search for Baby Lindbergh. Those fellows For Sale-A job lot of dinner Ida Demoeq cy. Sounds more like points will ba thrown into the same I the ofilve efficient and competent school board. from district I. nijj"

couldn't find a button in a washing machine. palls formerly used for campaign the: hope of the idle plutocracy. group where they belong, and the service.ful discharge Pledging of the a full duties and of faith.the. ties elected of will the office continue my to very Tlve 11..t 51tention. .

purposes. Apply to H. Hoover, Now had be favored exemptions up] saving to shlpera will average I office to the best of my ability I Your support solicited an'

o. Washington D. C. Inverness to a thousand dollars or so that about 950 a car. solicit In and the will coming appreciate primary.Kespectfully your. support will be appreciated. H. P- MAL.MH.H1IKR .

When you see an automobile on the highway being driven Chronicle. Filled with what?- would have sounded more reason-, It is suggested that the effort to' CARL JOHNS SCHOOL BOARD-PIOI....-I.

Starke Telegraph. With Hoover able. Tallahassee State. raise Louisiana rates Is nothing I hereby announce myself a
1 with "
a cover over the radiator, you can jot down the fact that dldate for member of the cn
FOIl CLERK OF CinCtllT COM1TI .
prosperity. of course. Chipley more than a gesture to prevent comprl "
board District No. 3.
another tourist is his first winter in Florida. hereby announce my..lf a candidate N"
spending News. It Is times like these that try lowering of Florida rates which for the office of Clerk of the Hampton. Oraliam, Brooker and In ..

our souls and give other people the are about $100 more per car from Circuit Court of Bradford County, Juno River primary.subject to I promise election to *<*"J!.
subject to the will of the votera at .
Five congressmen talking be- opportunity to weigh and measureus. Lakeland or Plant. City to New the coming primary' June 7th. I am for a fair deal equal right to
Powell the electric chair be classed .
Avery says can as fully conscious of the duties of this and partiality to etfunyjours.urI
neath the Akron whUe the big ship Under strain we are likely to York than from Hammond. thoughthe

period furniture because it ends a sentence. Also it can be was being walked from the hangar let the world see us at times, stripped distance is at least 200 miles ably Important fitted office to perform and feel them that In I am an .

classed as useful as an antique because too many of the sen- almost wrecked the airship when It of all cultivated refinement less from Florida.. efficient manner Never having asked eaSe
a
for an office In the court house before I hereby announce myself
tences end with ? was caught In the hot air current social veneer and pretense. ThaIs These rates eventually will to I promise If elected to give dldate for re-election to the OBI"

Starke Telegraph. That's the something no business man or adjusted. Condition are forcing faithful honest and efficient aervlce of School Board for District No.,"*

o best explanation we've seen of that I woman can afford to do. A displayof changes that will be helpful to carriers Your. support- ,. respectfully A.. J. THOMAS.To solicited. cratla subject primary to the action June of T,the 1932.ve"""',?(

Grocers using their plate glass windows for advertising accident.-Wauchula Advocate. Impatience, a lack of courtesy, growers and consumers. elected I promise the same of fair the a dSe:

or a flair of temper has cost many; : the Voters of Bradford County, Impartial administration 15'
warned that their the outline of I have
that
prices are figures are ruining Florida: ties of the office ...
I Husband testified in court that a firm large sums of money and, Picturesque sod Practical I am a candidate for reelectionto dered In the paat. Tour trote, a DO
other figures posing on the sidewalks for a spilt second to see he always answered "yes" when loss of patronage. On the other (Lake City Reporter.) the office of Clerk of Circuit support la solicited and will

i if verything is in place. asked by his wife If he loved her hand unfaijlng. courtesy and consideration State road 28. a direct route be- Court earnestly, Bradford solicit County your support Florida, and and hlchlyCOB appr.olated.A. B. 8URR/JNC y' _

doing so to avoid trouble. Evi- for others baa won tween Lake City and Palatka. Is vote at the June Primary election. ..."'. I.

o dently he believed In peace at any; patronage, .bringing success in the making good on all the claims I promise to render faithful, honest I hereby! TY C01IMHSSIOMr.Il.announce: : myself adldate c..,
and careful
Commenting on those fellows who blossom out to be price.-Starke Telegraph. It may; face of many difficulties and in which Ita sponsors set forth. It orvlee.O. W. ALDERMAN Respectfully for county "..mml"'lnn.d".g''.

"regular fellows" just before an election the Ocala Banner have been the truth at that. It's a spite of keen competition. We are has not only shortened the distance von COUNTY JUDOH trlct River.6, romprlvlng If elected I promise roo a "'II",-I

(declares they are as welcome as a March freeze. It takes an poor man that don't love every judged and often misjudged by our from here to Palatka and central To the Democratlo voters of Brad. o.f ill performance I solicit of and the will,luU.of'W-n.hV: "
woman!Bronson Journal. manner and outward ford County, Florida: ;
Florida but it has a straight-
appearances.St. given of a -
the support and vote
election for the public to discover some candidates are alive.' I hereby announce my candidacy .I..tln. Jus'Tth.
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Petersburg News. er and more direct route.for north to succeed myself as county Jude era at the prlmery
-_ -0 Some couples can live together eWe -- and southbound travel. of Bradford ominty, aubject I.> the O. w. ANDRE _

.'' Live Oak- Democrat in a word to the voters advises that In harmony as long. they can have been reliably Informed Traffic 'on 'this important high- IJemocrstloprlmary. June' 7, 1933. !This', be held announcement Tuesday COUNT ,coMnn' fR- Pld SAL

keep track,of the can opener and that the county school board warn- way has been Increasing greatly lathe I" made with a feelingthat ; tbe solicitation of frJe.."fBrhove
"when you find a candidate who is sure he is the one to lead cork screw.-Starke during; the years" In. which I have consented to make the viri...
Telegraph. ed teachers not to take .
few months with the
any part past result served you ae county judge, I have County Commissioner for L"
Florida. out of the wilderness you can be fairly certain he is We opined the cork screw WOULD whatsoever. In county politics this that State road two hall received rendered faithful, honest end efficient No. a of Bradford County. If .,1',1"I :;' ,

the 'Moses' from whom the 'bull' rushes." In that case, all have something to do with the happiness year. That Is a very commendable a greatly needed relief In In such service manner to all as, to and Juatlfy at all me times as Incumbent promise upon discharge me to the the boot,.eI.l

candidates are in the same basket. of some couples. Probably thing to do and we congratulate this respect It hall been of great I see It In submitting my candidacyto my ability. Your support U "* lul

the "harmony" referred to Is of the board for taking this step. AU economic benefit to the trucks you for your consid.ration. 1earnestly and will be appreciated
solicit and CONNER.
your support, L_ U



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