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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 1, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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FIFTY-FOUR 'l'ARKEFLORIDA._ FRIDAY, ,APRIL I. 1932 ___ ___ ___ ____ NUMBER FOUTY-TWO Nf;

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Florida Cross-State Canal Pro WILL INSPECT
egistration jectVia HARDEE DENIES

4-H Radio Program WRUF March 4


District Books Cedar Key Given Hearty Support ANY COALITION Pr>..,.<-4 fcr llrndfnnl sad l'nl,.. ('...fl.! flab firs CANAL ROUTETrip



Close April 4th Gainesville Delegation-- Joins With, 0- WITH CARLTON I' 4-H Club As I see It LETTER POSTAGE Begins Today Over Route to 7

Bronson and Cedar Key Before SPEAK BEFORE (Talk given by Mrs. L. A. Davis.) INCREASES TO Cedar Key
When I hear 4-H club work men 9
CoL Frazier In Jacksonville ,i I
tioned I Immediately think of the OTHER NATIONSOn Jacksonville March SO. -T. R. '

Lustration Officer Sets Out Rules Representing the Gainesville Rumored Alliance Branded As home for I know of no other organ. Hodges, secretary and treasurer .' .1+, :

for Those Intending to P.-T.ATODAY False In Campaign ization that has a greater influencein of the Levy county cross state canal -' '
Chamber of Commerce, a large del- and after 1 1932, the '
April ,
Register Speech at Perry the Improvement of the rural association, today will escort \ .
egation of citizens Joined with a '
rates of letters and post
home. postage on Col. L V. Frazier, United States : .
group of men from Bronson and cards addressed for In Argentina
delivery
I Dr. Parker Will Address Association Since our state as a whole can- district engineer, and members of \1"
Registration books in the voting Cedar Key In appearing before Col. Perry, March 26.-Cary A. Har- Bollcla Brazil, Chile, Columbia
not rise above our homes here Is the board of engineers over the i
reclncts of the county will close L. V Frazier, district United States and B. II. S. StudentsAt dee, native son of Taylor county, where we must put forth our best Costa Rica, Cuba Dominican proposed Cedar Key-Doctor's Inlet (
4th engineer at Jacksonville, to High School came home today for the Guatemala 'l
londay night April Registra- army purposeof efforts to ameliorate. Republic, Ecuador, Gulf-Atlantic Canal route he announced y l
'on Officer H. C. Wall stated Wedesday present the merits of the proposed vigorously aaaalltng,'ithe' seriesof I find In traveling over the coun- Haiti, Honduras (Republic of), last night. '

and from April 6th persons Doctor's Inlet to Cedar Key routeof Dr. Valena M.: Parker, a speaker I printed statement and oral dec ty that the healthiest and happiest Mexico. Nicaragua, Panama, Para The proposed route starts at D :

csiring to register to qualify to the Florida cross state ship canal of national Importance, will visit larations which have endeavored to boys; and girls, as well as those of guay, Peru, Salvador (ED), Spain Doctor's Inlet and continues south- \ ?

nrtlclpate In the June Democratic surveys for which have been Starke on Friday, April 1st, under show an alliance between tie the most poise ate grace, are the (Including Andorra, Alhucemas went, crossing Klngsley Lake, Alto \t 't'/
rimarlea will have to come to authorized by the federal govern- the auspices of the P.-T. A. Carlton administration and the Island Balearic Islands, Canary
members of the 4-H clubs but if Lake Santa Fe Lake, Newnan's : ) ;;
ment. From 11:45 to 12:30: she will address candidacy of the Live Oak bankerfor Zaf- ,
;tarke and register at the regiatra- these choice young people are to Islands, Ceuta, Chaferlnas or Lake Palne'a Prairie, Levy's Lake, t "" "J'Johnson'
.ion officer's office. In the local delegation yesterdaywere the school beginning with another term as chief execu- arani Islands, Melllla. Penon de :., ,
continue on the farms, their surroundings Lake and Cedar Key. r.I.',. i. r '
C. Addison Pound, George the sixth grade. i tive of Florida." Velea de la Gomera and Tangier) .
The books will remain open in must be made more com- Mr. Hodges is taking Colonel :
Is office through April 30th and H. Carlos, A. Martin Glass, Secretary All boys and girls not attending i Mr. Hardee's Informal speech, fortable and attractive. Uraguay and Venezuela will be: Frazier over this route, he said, in JordeI' J-
J. McL. Rlgdell E. Finely school are also cordially Invited to following the scheduled addressesin Letters, for each ounce or' fraction "
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hat date is the final day persons When I pass the placo where that he may obtain first hand .: t ';.:;J
Cannon J. M. M. attend.At .
A. Ed-
Butler 3
the local courthouse by former cents. -
eslrlng to vote In the elections once! I saw a bare looking farm Information as to Its feasibility I it <<,1.1.;
and In other elections wards, W. S. Graham, R. L. Black I one o'clock an informal Governor John W. Martin and Post cards (single) 2 cents. ':}
his year any house with not a plant, flower or The Levy County Cross State Ca-. ," .1t: {
omlng up during the next two and Hart Stringfellow. luncheon will be given at the home Stafford Caldwell, of Jacksonville, vegetable garden In sight, and now Post cards (double), 4 cents. nal Association, the Gainesville i: Ij\ yj'J''

'ears, can register. This regtstra- L. W. Drummond, county clerkof of Mrs. R. A. Weeks honoring Dr. was enthusiastically received by see this same house surroundedwith In order to be dispatched Post- Cross State Canal Association and ie .... 1 'j't:.

Ion period covers' the next two Levy county, beaded the Bron- Parker. At three o'clock Dr.ParKeI' his hearers, many particularly appreciating evergreens, flowers and a master Young stated Tuesday, let other civic groups are favoring v 't1\
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ears. Date of the first Democratic son group, and Colonel T. R. will address adults. that portion of It which thrifty looking vegetable garden, I ters for the places named must be the recognition of this route. t r,)i,1'.

rlmary Is June 7th, and the sec- Hodges[ that from Cedar Key. At- It is earnestly desired by theParentTeachers' added a new touch to the present know at once, that either the senioror prepaid one full rate ((3 cents), and Other routes are now being sur- ,! 'i\ I)

nd primary will be held three torney H. S. Wilson of Bronson Association that gubernatorial campaign; the abso- junior home demonstration club, post! cards must be prepaid In full veyed by the government and Mr. '''t. [ ''i 4 Ii

eeks later, June 28th. was in the Levy county delegation. all parents, teachers, and those Interested lute denial of any connection with or perhaps both, bave come In (single 2 cents, double 4 cents), Hodges said this trip Is being made ?jt.d .

The registration books are now Colonel Frazier expressed keen In our young people at 'the present administration. touch with the Inmates and helpedto It la a:!ilu announced that, affective with a view toward having the ,6 y'q' \I ,
tend. All
pen In the following places of interest In the suggested route, to avail organizations themselves are of this requested -I Referring to !.!r. Martin, the oilier give this place the appearanceof September 1, 1931, the postage Doctor's Inlet-Cedar Key route y:, r,; >d I w

mines and will be open In the asked numerous questions with unusual former governor declared: a real home.I .. I : rates on letters and post cards designated for survey. i ,I' \,J'

mtricts I to and including April 4. reference to the chain of lakes opportunity i "I have no quarrel with the candidate dare say that on entering this I for Canada. and Newfoundlandwere The lakes along this route, Mr. 'l''.r- ".IJ

District No. 1, Lawtey-Geo. W. along the route, the nature of the AT THE GAIETY- I who spoke before )lunch, but home I would find the interior as likewise Increased to. lodges declared, account for 80 'f rI I -r;

'oberts.' soil and other characteristics that TIIEATRE as most of his talk was based .on neatly and comfortably furnishedas Letters, for each ounce or frac- miles of waterway In the proposed ; "

District No. 2, Starke (North-) would have to be taken Into con- STARKE my candidacy, I thought I had better the finances would allow and tion, 3 cents. distance of 99 miles needed for the i'ij'.1'h' .'

'ml E. Canova. sideration in digging* a canal of discuss some things he refer- that a delicious, well balanced meal Post cards (single), 2 ce:-tll. and It In estimated''It could W (j j 1'canal 1'-

District No. 3, Starke (South)- such large size aa that which wouldbe Saturday of, April 1932 2nd, Billy Lehr'sFlashes red to. could be served In a short time and Pont cards (double) 4 ceuta. be built for $25,000,000 less than 't ;."t 11 t

W. Morgan. necessary In caring for ocean presenting the Seeks All Vote at a reasonably small cost for here Effective Immediately, In orderto any other proponed route. \ Ji!
musical "
District No. 4, Graham-C. B. traffic.--Gainesville Sun. Thieves"funny comedy "The Love "It Is a reflection on the intelli the surplus fruit and vegetableswere be dispatched letters for Can- "Jacksonville," Mr. Hodges stat ".) l1J: J.<, f

oberts. artists of, acted by a company of gence of an audience, for a man to canned and preserved whenIn ada and Newfoundland (Including ed, "Is the only feasible entrance on : fi''.

District No. 5 i, Hampton-J. V. In view of the fact that no brief spersed with sterling musical merit numbers Inter-and make charges against an opponent season, the housekeeper having Labrador) must also be prepaidone the East Coast while Cedar Keys ;:;.'i' ;,fI.

,'ines. was presented to Col. Frazier at vaudeville which are untrue. You were told received Instructions for preserving full rate ((3 cents, and postcard the only entrance on the Gulf '\:\ o'
the
Marie
District No, 6, Theressa-Mr J. Jacksonville, Capt. T. R. Hodges Steel Including direct from the Em- this: morning that Carlton's forcesare these through her home demo must be prepaid In full Coast within the shortest possible .. ; l

. Dickinson. sent the following letter to Col. girls, supporting me. I don't know onstration club. I know too, she (single/ :2 I cents, double 4 cents). distance from Jacksonville. It has .l f. {, '

District No. 7, New River-M. L. Frazier, sending copies to the two bassy Sullivan Theatre arcobatic, New dancer York; Marie Flo who Carlton will vote for. I hopehe was also taught to serve them in It Is to be noted that, on and af superior harbor facilities, such aa Iz <<: ii

\ihns. i other district engineers: ; will vote for me and that the the most palatable way. ter April 1, 1932, there will be no dredge channel, lighthouses, light I II f I ,'

District No.8, Brooker-Miss Dear Colonel. Frazier In behalfof Amle Haley,blues the petitte Steel blonde; Dot other folks up-there will do lIke- "Variety is the spice of life" but 2 cent letter rate and no 1 cent beacons, outlying Islands for landfalls ';:((1 ';,. ffii'

unice Hazen.Information. I our Association I wish to extendto dancers singer; girls, artistic direct wise. I want their votes as wellas unless the average farm home la post card rate from the United and reefs, for protection oC '')' i
tap ; Jack Adams, those who went for States to any foreign country, the canal's entrance, 13 miles off :> !' .
has been given out you our thanka for the respectful from W. M.' A. K., Buffalo; my oppon conducted In a systematic manner, o:
latlve to the registration of vot-: hearing you gave our committee a snappy chorus of pretty girls, ent In 1928 when Park Trammell the housewife has not time to spare shore. ; : .

ra to be eligible to vote In the who appeared before you on and that Inimitable comedian, Billy beat him for the senate. No human from the monotony of dally routine GOOD ROADS ASSOCIATION '' : '

owing June primary election. The March 10th in behalf of the Orange Lehr, Mrs. Ina Lehr, Francis candidate would miss ,trying to get work for this variety. It Is throughthe MEETS! IN MIAMI Canal Route View. Given Hy En-.. ft A'; .,., i:

atructiona are general to voters. Park-Cedar Key Cross-state canal Lehr and others. The company Is all the votes he can. home demonstration club thatIt glean .t.1 ,.f';' .1\\ r
route. We did not take time to + has been demonstrated that she I Florida will be represented at '
r the entire state. featuring their beautiful chorus "If my opponent wants &o- fight Jacksonville, March 28-Sena t,t l. A
All applicants for registration, prepare a brief to present to you, wardrobe. Mr. Jas. Bell, pianist. the present governor, that U .all may perform her duty well In the the Twentieth Annual Conventionof tor Duncan U. Fletcher made pub- I .'11 M

ill be compelled to sign the books, therefore our data was given or- Come out Saturday night. right with me.- Let me say now home and yet enjoy such recrea- the United States Good Roads lie at Washington last night a let., i'! "} ,,};
nd no one will be allowed to reg- ally. In view of this fact I wish e and this will stand through the tion as the club and community Association that will meet In Mi ter he had received from Col. H. B..j ;:t y i"

Ur by proxy. to go over the matter briefly with GOVERNOR URGES last speech of my campaign, I have, affords. ami, Florida, April 12th to the 14th Ferguson bringing out Important .f ". "

The state law prohibits the car.ylng you by letter In order that you GOING TO POLLS made and will make no promisesto Progress of the state and countyhas Inclusive, according to statementof Information concerning the pro. ,t ,j .' "},,

of the books from house to may have some of the outstandingfacts anyone for appointment to of- been retarded by the lack of Director General J. A. Rountree, posed routes for the suggested At-, ') f '>4
for file. Governor Carlton Monday issueda fices."Doesn't. leadership, but with the training of who has charge of tho executive antic-Gulf ship canal. I'pe 1 j, "
ouse for registration purposes. As stated the Park this nature this organization has affairs of the association with .. .'.i
Orange ,
1, 1931 are exemptrom you statement in which he urged that achievement tell the Colonel Ferguson, who .. senior ,i ,\
nee ,
January tax. Cedar Key Route was admittedly :citizens of Florida participatein best story? The man himself is the to offer our young people, and the headquarters at tho Columbus Ho member of the special board of ., I: ro Ij", 11,!

Applicants paying poll who became 21 De- tile shortest but the profile of the a nation-wide movement to get platform, not what man seeking grown ones too, we are looking tel. Many board of commissioners, engineers appointed by the chief ,P tt t +Ii f It{
elevations on the ridge to be cross office Forward to a greater number and chambers of commerce and auto- : ,
wen January \., 1930 and Jan- out at least 50,000,000 votes at the may tell you or promise you. of engineers of the war department '
ed showed the greatest elevationon What did In life he more efficient community leaders. mobile clubs have appointed dele- ,
elections
1, 1931 liable for the 1931 1932 as a "nonpartisanand a man private to make a preliminary examlna- 1.1'1"'
are
oil IIUY' tax! only.Applicants. our route across the ridge. To patriotic tribute to George generally will 'do In public office. "Oh for bigger 4-H clubs and gates to the convention. tlon and survey of the proposed ca. \" : 1.? '

offset lakes along the Cedar Key Washington whose bicentennial we "I turned the state over ,to the more of them!" The largest number of delegatesthat nal, wrote Senator Fletcher as follows \"ii. .!' .
who became 21 be- route with from 20 to 90 have been appointed ID by
a depth celebrate this year. man you listened to this morning : ;, ,' N II t
\ere> January 1, 1930 are liable for feet, covering perhaps over twenty The "get-out-the-vote" campaignhas without a penny of indebtedness, Our County 4-H Club CouncilIBy Governor Doyle K. Carlton, who "It appears from the limited data .. 1\\ ,'.J '
oth 1930 and 1931 poll tax. miles in length. You also considered been launched by the United with sufficient balance. In every ( Annie Laurie Tucker) has named over four hundred of available that the routes over :'

Applicants who became 55 be- the great obstacle of crossingthe States Junior Chamber of Com fund and over a million In the .general The Junior 4-H Club Council of Florida's leading citizens to attend which the survey have been au- ', {.j'' ,' ,

\pre January 1, 1930 are exempt Suwannee river a narrow river merce, the governor's statement revenue fund. Bradford and Union counties was this convention. Ha has selected horlzed possess advantages of wa* 'f" II r+reo

ram all poll tax.. at the point to be crossed on continued, and deserves the sup- Road Building Data .. organized at our annual 4-H camp from each of the sixty-sev tel' supply and less excavation over : .1

Applicants who became 55 be- the route designated for survey as port of all Florida citizens who are "You have heard much about his held in June, 1931. en counties in the state, has writ- routes to the north or south of the (1 t ;.I .\ .

ween January 1, 1930 and Jan- 8-A, which at times becomes a to vote in the June primaries and claims regarding the road depart. We decided, we, as 4-H club girls ten each delegate a personal letter area to be surveyed, but after the 'f' \:.

say 1, 1931 are liable for 1930 raging flood, overflowing Its banks the November general electionsthis ment. If you listened to all he has could do at least three things urging them to attend this con- survey authorized Is completed the ". i

,ely and flooding' the whole country for year. said over the state, you think no through a council. vention and take an active partIn advliablllty of extending the survey ))7 w, (U\ ,
All disabled war veterans are exempt miles and washing away highways Florida's quota In the 50,000.000 one else ever built any roads. DurIng First-we could assist our home It, as Florida Is deeply interested to Include other routes can be ';: l t. :

from poll tax and should railroads and causing the loss of votes drive, the statement said Is my administration, we conceived demonstration agent,. Miss Jor- in the success. of the same from considered In the light of more '; '4j I' ,'( i.

how disability papers.To life. To control this stream wouldbe 3 !S.1oI1 votes or 40 per cent more the Idea of a system of raising dan, to carry on better club work the fact that this convention Is complete Information. i I ; .

be eligible to register one very difficult. To lock It on both than were cast In the 1928 general money for roads that would be If VIe gave her county-wide coop- making one of Its leading featuresthe Law In Quoted .f i ''I'4'',!,:, ;
!Dust be sides at the crossing of canal election. There somethingover eration. For example, we sponsor -- establishment of the eastern 1 ,
a native born or natural- were least hurtful and so we establishedthe The act of congress approved ; .i: ; .
zed citizen of voting qualtfica- It being about 300 feet wide at the 110,000 votes cast In the pri- first gasoline tax of one cent and help with arrangements for branch of the Pan-American Highway July 3, 1930, authorizes and directed f JJ "

icms.LEONARD. point crossed by Route 8-A; to attempt mary election in 1930. per gallon and In 1923 we raisedit county achievement days and any ( and the building of twenty the secretary of war to : 'P 1
to a ship of four or activities.In miles of bridges between Miami i "
navigate
.
other county-wide ',
examinations ,
to three cents The Miller bill cause preliminary J' J'
five hundred feet In length cross the second place If all of us and Key West, one of the most ':' ,I r"1''
be made of "
; GOKDON BOWERS JAILED FOR ROBBERY of that year established the preferential and surveys to -
this swift running stream would could have projects In the history : .
system of highways con- could work together we stupendous "Waterway for barge traffic .. 'i 1

probably mean the loss of the ship. Willie Thomas colored, Is being necting sections of the state. WhenI more clubs and bigger and better of the country and which promises from the mouth of the St. Marys ,,,: ?,I"t .., \
Leonard Gordon Bowers. 25, died If a rolling,log should sink In.. the clubs. And In the third place, we so much for the upbuilding of this '
held In the county Jail chargedwith retired from office In 1923! 890 River, (Ia., to connect with the proposed %cjf t f
arch 23rd. at the home of his parents channel crossing, a ship might robbery of the Frank Hem- miles of this system had already can help to strengthen and systematize great state.Governor. Gulf Intra-coaatal waterway ,,: '' r I
Mr. and D. Bowers, her and that I work Carlton has notified
Mrs. R. carry away propeller home demonstration < ;
been the most routes."Waterway f 3
ingway home on February 28th, securing completed. by practicable ") ,
east of Starke short thousands i of dollarsto Director General Rountree that he :
fallowing a would cost generally In our counties. I for barge traffic -' y 1\
Iness. Pensacola approximately $140. An- : "I'll tell you what .the records electedwe i will attend the convention, and '. I '
Funeral services were held tow her to Tampa or When our officers were and "
Southern '
,
the following day at KIngsley Lake dock, .and,.unlock and have a new other negro held for a while the officers on. i show. He did construct a thousand found that all sections of both I that the entire state highway commission across northern Florida to connect Georgia the.Atlantic 1,.f..

cemetery by Rev.. McGauley, fol- propeller >fitted' ., In. making this suspicion was released by miles during his term but'did you counties were represented. I was will be present. ( Intra-coastal with '!:1, 1g1't .
afterward _._ waterway
and snortly gave know'an'"equal'mlleage ,was .built :
lowed ;;
of steam
by interment. Besides his observation. as a master made president from the Hampton the Gulf Intra-coastal, waterway
the officers a clue that lead finally three of the< ad- proposed
parents, he bandied all kinds of In years present Is Doris
leaves four brothers, vessels having club and the vice-president WALDO GIRL 14 MADE most
the
practicable i
to Thomas' arrest in Plant City. ministration. It for Martin by
W. H. Bowers. Solera 8., c.. T..J. ships,In canals In time.I after was easy Meade. Mildred Hundley of StarkeIs QUEEN OF ALACIIt'A'H) route ,, t
Thomas left Starke the morning to connect In main ; t ,
Bowers Gastonia N. C., Elbert wish to' call your attention to up gapa secretary and Reva Roberts of TUNO BLOOM FESTIVAL northern Floe I
and George well drllers have had the robbery for Jacksonville, roods that was started during my We "Waterway across
Bowers, Starke; ODeSlAter the fact that Lake Butler la treasurer. ida to connect the Atlantic Intra-
and later
freely, and claim for
Lettle May Bowers, Starke. considerable difficulty In drilling spending money I administration credit have some good committees at Gainesville, March 26-The con- coastal with the -
Pallbearers were Richard Lee, well along the line of Route 8-A taking another negro with him to the entire system.; If all the roads work, too. test for queen cf the Alachua Gulf waterway intra-coastsl waterway proposed ",

Theo Tison, Arch Thomas Aaron and that the rock Is near the sur- Plant. City'' Only a few dollars he has already promised fo build Our meeting are held quarterly.We County Tung Blossom Festival most
the practicable route"Routes :
Minton Geiger. Ed. Sullivan. (Continued on pa&, .CS.) were left cf the amount taken were to be built In four years, it met for the first time last September closed tonight at 9 o'clock, Miss by Are Outlined
- when Thomas was arrested by would take the next of '
-- quarter a
In Union
at Lake Butler Myrtice Harvey of Waldo being y '
The routes for the present sur
Plant City officers upon request of century to pay for them. I am going club except one had elected, with Miss Blanche Morri-
Every
UNION AND BRADFORD 4-H Sheriff Epperson. to think more of service than county.their representatives there with son of High Springs second, and (Continued on page 5.) l*. }t] '

STOCK of being a ballyhoo artist about forty-eight girls present. Our club Miss Bobby Baucum of Gainesville 1,, ,. to
LOSES BARN AND

BOYS WILL BROADCAST TODAY Fire at 11 o'clock Tuesday night old the retired"Can state.my from, opponent office without say that any he club earned there work money and helped good to rent an friends cars of us to of with takeus 4-H na third.These Raulerson three, of with Mlcanopy the Misses, Alma Ed- Frith| The Candidates I\ V .11MS

the barn on the
destroyed large debt? There was a deflct In state transportation. You would have Suggs of Hanle, and Eloale Robin- .i
Southers place, northwest of town, funds of nearly two and a half with us the good 1 luncheon son of Melrose will make up the Number of county candidates
SHOWING enjoyed
NEW FORD ,
ATTEND Adam.Green
radio regular monthly 4-H Club owned by Lorenzo and million doUa".. In an old drainagefund planned, prepared and serv-xl by elected members of the queen's reaches twenty-seven with this 'VI"
program will be broadcast Besides the feed and farm of nearly two minion, a large kitchen week with all district offices hay
over WKUF the hostess club In the little party. Miss Harvey has chosen ? ,4
.ttel1lOGn from Gainesville this J. W Andrews, local Ford dealer ing implements stored in the building sum In the road department and we have as a part of the home Miss Edith Moran as her first maidof ing one or more announced can

April 1. at 8 o'clock (FrIday), attended the showing of the two mules, two trucks and one although borrowed funds of other demonstration office In the Union honor, who will go with her on .., Justices of the peace .and ;
Those
Cllloll on program from new Ford four and eight cylindercars coupe were lost In the flamesOrigin departments were transferred to county courthouse. the trip to New York,which la one constables excepted. ]
county are B. K. Johns of the fire has not been !
president of Wednesday the general revenue fund It was Since this was our first meeting, of the awards accorded the winnerIn I J. L. Underhill announces In this
and Hr. B. John town 4-H Club In Jacksonville afternoon determined. I still $750,000 In debt to Jacksonville we used most of the time to plan the contest for queen. All of issue for re-election as member of
EB and !In the .
from >wni and those morning, New Orleans Tampa and for the the board of county commissioners r, ,
our program of work year. the queen's party will visit the festival
Bedford county are prtho Messrs. J..H. Hundley and Lonnie Unfinished link of state highwayNo. I /" '
v York banks In addition that District 3. ,
New from
several things
We decided on of states In St. Petersburgnext
heny Of attendedthe Mount Dora and Ta-
the Brooker club Harley, of the sales force, 2 between
and $800,000 from the state school club would For Instance week. W. C. Manning announces his
to. sponsor.
H. Several from Eustis, every wi
D. service meeting. with branch
May of salesman vares,
Hampton.
The fund made Inviolate by the constitution each club provide a scholarship i candidacy for member of the school .
publl< ta salesmen from this be completed In near future. '
OB thla, Invited to listen In hundred this meeting may was.dissipated. Statesmanship to the state short course for One of the earliest railroads constructed board In District opposing H. D. / Cr'

of I8Tlua the and team somethlllr territory attended Orlando Cash Hardware Store is to be found not only In their most outstanding member. In the United States was May. This brings the number of ql''
rides In the new '
the work being done by and were given Immediate problems that between Tallahassee and St. candidates for school board IQ the
t-H location at 23 East solving our Each girls agreed to follow some t
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club by; of theee two models. The new cars will be on moved new I v5
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TACK BRADLEY Freshmen Renorter
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THE CONSOLIDATED IIIOIl HAMPTON r and I have use for two or -

SCHOOL I three. Some year ago a friend of ROSEDALE

'I 4 kfooR II.. ".. "*t 'i. school
The consolidated high _
overa about like this: ,,_ .
possesses many advantages A sunrise Easter service was "My niece, a girl of about 18, Is '=
In a town Mrs. M. M.
localized one, especially
Dennison
conducted at the Methodist church to graduate from high school next Ro.COt
I of only moderate size. CABPUS COMMENTS Miriam: "Why do they have last.Sunday morning at 7:30. month, and I want to get a Job for Dennison Mrs. Annie Jordan aM
, In consideration of the athletic knots on the ocean Instead of Mrs. I. W. Wesley of Waldo, was To Editor Bradford County her" Aleene Hodge, all of JacksonvlUe

, activities of a school much valu. Patsy went to Jacksonville Sat. miles T"Skipper the guest of her cousin, Mrs. A. A. Telegraph: "What can she do?" spent Sunday with Mrs D. L
r. able material for the teams are urday. : "Well, you see, thecouldn't McDonald this week. Thought you may be calling for "Well, she has taken the 'busi- Manning.Mrs. .

t brought In from neighboring towns. have the ocean tide It Rev.. F, M. Taylor, pastor of "copy", so send a few selected ness course' In stenography and D. L. Manning and grand

}; This would be Impossible for the Miriam went to Gainesville twice there were no knots. the Graham Baptist church, was I articles which seem to fit present typewriting, and having passed an daughter, Miss Margaret Manning
: school were it not for consolidation.Our S at Graham conditions, though dating back to made a business trip to
this visits ;
and Louise Edwards once making pastorlal examination she ought to be a good JaCkllOll_
school for an example is week. TALKING AT THE MOVIES this week 1898 and 1921. A reader. one." viDe Sunday afternoon and return.

I- I able to realize the good effects of Mr. and Mrs. B. Haynes and I "Well, rll give her a trial!" ed Monday. .

the consolidated high school. With- We were glad to have some old Some people go to the moviesfor daughter, Miss Martha, all of WIn- She came and started in. I do Mr. Johnnie Bennett spent svi.
out this we could have neither the graduates back to see us last week amusement, some for a placeof ter Haven, were the guests of Mr. Do away with wars and strife not. know much about other high I I day with Mr. Claude Rowe.
football, basketball, or baseball reflection, some to swap news. 0. by doing away with the Incentiveto Mrs. Harris was
Hazel Middleton and Hazel Adkins Haynes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. school girls, but this one had bpI!" visiting Mn
team that we do have and we all with their friends, and others to Haynes last Sunday. war, namely profits. If that very poorly trained. She had only Joe Hodge Friday afternoon.

know the value of athletics in a The trees the seniors planted dream and build air castles. If I Rev. McGauley filled his regular cannot be done, then make the fel- the crudest knowledge of English I Mr and Mrs Lacy Norman and

if r school. about a month ago are living, and were to attompt to put the classesin appointment at the Baptist church lows who clamor for war go to the "nd would not use a dictionary un- little daughter, Cleo, spent Friday
It Not only are athletic standards to the number of each front and allow no man to to with her parents
order as go Mr
to last and evening. and
soon we will have something Sunday morning less driven to it. She could not be Mrs, i R.
upheld but consider the situation, remember them by. class, I would put the dreamer and Mrs. CG.. Manlre, who has war until all those favoring war trusted to write the simplest letter C. Griffis.

f', from an economic standpoint castle builders at the top with the been in the Gill Hospital at Starke, are at the front. When this Is alone Her spelling was awful, and Mrs. Jim Lenzle was visiting

:Much money Is saved by consolidating The seniors are beginning to feel! gosslpers: and amusers following for several days baa many friends done 90 per cent of the mothers her mechanical work poor. She Mrs. D. L. Manning Friday aftw.
r' the schools and this can be will welcome offsprings as they will noon.
their importance because they are closely. here, who, are delighted to know could Improve the latter by hard
used for the betterment of the one will into the not have the fear of nursing children Miss Mavis
\ being recognized by the outside The dreamer go that her Condition is improving.A practice but she never could develop Pringle of Greenwood -
j high school people giving them parties.The theatre and pick out the character very Interesting Easter service for years only to have them I Into a good correspondentShe was visiting her parent,
i -Gordon Wadsworth. he likes best and put himself in and quarterly review was last Sunday snatched from them for cannon lacked the very groundwork of Mr. and G. D. Wilkinson Friday,
\ cast as this character until fodder. When have accomplished :Mrs. L. Grose
the Mar. 27th at the Baptist Sun- you i and was visiting her
English spelling and had noth-
CHARACTER SKETCHES OF students in the trig class are the blank film at the end brings day school by the teachers and this you are mighty near. ing of the'lastlnct" for parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. WU-
I: SENIORS beginning to wish "they were not him out of his dream, or someone adult pupils. The entire school, socialism. grouping kerson, Friday afternoon.
words properly, which a letter
,: "
,
came. behind "Aw It's Just a pic W. C. Bates. Mr. Leon Wilkerson
says, above the primary department! as- writer must have. Mr, Ernest
II, .,' Louise Edwards was born in ture. It's not real." Then on thway sembled in the auditorium duringthe Columbus, O, Jan. 28, 1921. Raulerson, Miss Ruby Raulcrson
Starke in 1914. She has golden Just three more weeks, one-half Yet she had "passed" and received -
home he lives the whole picture lesson period. Seventyninewere Miss Lucille Griffls. Mr. and Mra!
( brown hair, green eyes and and two hours until school Is a certificate of excellence
wavy a day over again. present. Interesting discussions Cheap Fame Dopsle Griffis, Mr. and Mrs. Lee
ti'(', '. fair complexion. She is one of the out. Hooray! 1 The castle builders go to form were given by the teachers, A rural philosopher, who has from the value school.to She was of littleor Grlffis, all were visiting Mr and

; t{ sweetest girls In high school, but Ideals and live a few minutes of Mrs. J. P. Sullivan Mr. H. B. Wig- studied the situation, sings: no me-simply a girl Mrs. C. Corrin of Highland Sun
all out of
misplaced- her element.
::1 Is very Ipdependent. Next week the seniors will begin high life, while the gossipers sit be- gins, Mrs. A. J. Wilson, Mrs.: A. "What do you want with the office day afternoon.
One day I took her, with several
Likes and Dislikes-She likes the play. More
practicing on
1 others and talk about ? .
hind the A. Durden, and O. L. Harrison, -
" boys, trips to Gainesville, talk power to them! them or something else, but it Is with complimentary remarks by Worry an' fuss no more; others, out to a rather superior War Department allotted $378,

j i' about the University boys, dances never interesting to listen to their the pastor, Rev. McCauley and the Give a feller a chaw terbackerAn' restaurant for lunch. As we sat 000 for dredging in Miami River, to
and whatnot. She Is such a good- should the books at our table the doors to the kitchen -
You see some cover work
talking and giggling. They (the general superintendent Easter he'll call you 'guv'ner' shore! under contract and
natured that she doesn't of the home. swung back, and we could look
person seniors are taking
those who necessary inspection and
gossipers) only annoy and music was rendered by expensesGaineavilleFormal
songs
publish her dislikes. Since It Is about time for graduation inside. It was a clean and neat as .
) .. are Interested In the picture. the young ladles class. An Easter "If It's Just the honor you're after,
(whether or whether not) they -ortho Matheny. hunt was enjoyed by the primary Be easy upon that score; a laboratory with every modern opening d
. egg
Etholin White was born in oil. appliance. A young woman In $100,000 addition
are burning the midnight S_- pupils, who were chaperonedby Give a feller a chaw terbacker to University of
!: Starke June 8, 1914. She has TRUE SPORTSMANSHIP their teachers Misses Hilda An' he'll call you 'guv'ner', neat cap and apron was cooking Florida library held here recently.
black hair, dark brown eyes and shore!I" delicate dishes over a gas stove.
and Mast.
;iI), fair completion. She has a quiet CREAM PUFFS An essential characteristic of Durden Mr. Griffin Joyce and Mr. McClellanand -1898 She went about her work delib- Jacksonville--Plans approved for

v k ;' disposition and always smiles when I good feeling toward classmates is families, who have been for erately. There was no hurry- or proposed federal building for
to her She is Lester coming from school one drudgery, no dishwashing or rough which
something $1,400,000
. ; \ you say sportsmanship. It Is much easierto several months in St. Petersburg, Southern Farmer 1 was olltted, exclusive
'\ very studious and Is always busy afternon after being examined by well and be popularwith work; it was Just scientific preparation of equipment.
\" said "Mother". get along have returned to their homes here "Politics, !I" that's'
,1\ ., getting her lessons. the health doctor everyone, if one Is able to politics, politics of food. -

"p Like and Dislikes.-She is indifferent Mother: "Yes, eon." smile at defeat and resist bragging this week. what my mare's feet say I happened to know that this WNWYWIIWI/MIIIWIIWII4IWIWWLIIWIMW.IIW/WIII.I4MIII..IIRL.. // // '/ ./. ."'. /, / / / .
r and has no special likes Lester P.: "The doctor examinedme about victory. It Is a known fact, When I'm spurrln across the coun- woman earned $150 a week as a superior -
and dislikes. today and he said I was O. K. the try and she's gallopln' 'long the cook, with half a dozen restaurant 7 a+?-
that a child, who has proper
' now mother, what kind of disease is ZIFF way; I owners begging for her
amount of more
I; ATHLETIC HISTORY OF have 17"Dad sportsmanship An' even the car wheels sing It, I services. I told this girl about it
, likable than who becomes angry -
one Cor. '
Mae Lvwla
Lmlm
I:' SENIOR BOYS does when the train is skeetln erlong; with a gentle suggestion that such
the
, : "My boy think of the fu ju.tbecaulle game Politics, politics, politics! Nuth-', service would mean independencefor
end he wants It to.
It Lester Price Robinson: Lester ture." not as Services were held at Little Rock in' but that ol' song! her.

.(, did not enter any type of athletics Ralph: "I can't. It's my girl's -Beverly. Cady. church Saturday and Sunday by What do you suppose her answer

',t r until his Junior year, when he easl- birthday and I must think of the CHAPEL PROGRAM Pastor Anderson of Brooker and Politics, politics, politics!" thar I was?

r ly made the position as quarter- present. Rev. Lloyd Johns of Lacrosse. whar the rabbits Jump, I "But that isn't a literary Job! I
back on the football team. He Devotional-Mrs. Wall. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thomas and A feller on every! fence rail, a I prefer literary work!"

filled this position well, and strlvedat Ben: "They say stupidity can be Piano Duet-Over the Hill- sons of Jacksonville, spent several speaker on every stump! I (As nearly as I can make out.
l' all times to obtain cooperation Inherited." Elizabeth Hollingsworth and Mar- days here with Mr. Thomas' par- Thousands "savin the country"- that Is about what she got from

among his teammates. In his senior Herbert: "That's no way to talk tile Hemingway. ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas.Mr. rightln' the ol' world's wrong; the high school. I am with you on

year he easily regained his position about your parents." Reading-In the Usual Way-I Newton of Starke passed "Politics, politics, political"! Nuth- this school fight The world has
i as field general and again he Don't-Melba Silcox. through this section this week on in but that ol' song! too many of these "literary" people

i filled this place to the best of his Bunnie: "Mrs. Perkins, did you Club business. already. It is a sin against societyto
Senior Glee song"WhoKnows.
7'', ability. Lester did not play basketball ever hear a rabbit bark?" ." Mr. J. W. Lewis was attendingto Politics, politics, politics!" They're send humble and hopeful country

W at any time during his high Mrs. Perkins: "Rabbits do not business In Starke Monday. with you airly an' late- I children Into some little town
school course. bark." Playlet-Sixth grade.. Mr. R. B. Thomas was visitingat Candidates on the housetops an'hallln' ,i where the high school simply trains
FarewellSchool.March.
j{ Bunnie: "But, Mrs. Perkins, my Fairbanks last Monday. folks at the gate; I a poor Imitation of the city
.
: Ralph Cox: In his sophomore! biology book says that rabbit eat Mrs. Klzle Howard Is spending What Is the office you're wantln'Tthe smartle." If the town folks feel

''f!, year Ralph played fulback. He injured -' cabbage and bark." Jacksonville- --Foremost Dairies, a while here with her daughter, voters aid comln' erlongf" such overpowering sympathy for

I his arm and was unable to' Inc., plan to spend approximately Mrs R. B. Thomas who Is ill with "Politics, politics, politics! ThatIs the rural children, let them send

play the entire season. He was Victor: "Da you know how to $40,000 to remodel milk depot measles.Mr. the National song! -1898 more money and better teachers ,W. B. "Babe" Douglass

also a substitute on the basketball find the horsepower of a car?" building on College street into Redster and friend, of Jack- right out into the country and thus OF LAKE CITY
k, team. In his Junior year he played Mac: "No." modern ice cream manufacturingand sonville spent several days herewith To the Backward Candidates) Improve the rural schools.)

halfback on the football team' Victor: "Lift the hood and count milk pasteurizing plant. friends and relatives. Des come out heah whar folks kin -189k For Railroad

and guard on the basketball team. the plugs." Miss Ruby Shaw spent Sunday see,
In his senior year he played halfback Miami Beach-Operative Elec- afternoon with Miss Lula Mae Befo de springtime blossoms! I I. CommissionerThe

f' gaining yards with line Mrs. Dowling: "Goodness, Sam- tric, Inc., granted charter recentlyto Lewis. Dar's lot er 'simmons on de tree, DR. R. W. MARTIN I Man Who Has Had the Experience
,' plunges and sweeping end runs. He uel! Where did you get that lighted engage in electrical business. There was a crowd that enjoyed But, brotherin', whar de 'pos,, and Believes He Knowi
was captain of the basketball team, red lantern?" S a egg-pipping at the home of Mr. sums? I DENTIST 1

and in his position as center became Mr. Dowllng: "I picked It up. Tarpon Springs-Dewey T. Cam- and Mrs. Lyon Crosby Saturday Phone SS flours: 9 to 6 Your Vote and Support Will )B Ie

,: one of the outstanding players Some careless person left It out burls opened grocery and meat night. De sunrise comln' up de east- Over Corpenlnga Drug Store AppreciatedPaid.
: there by that hole in the road." market. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Reynoldsand Hit mos too late fer sleepin'; Adv. _
I ___ children of Graham and Mr. ,De table's laid out fer de feast 1II1II.IIIUIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIUIUIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIII.UI> IIIIIIIIII"'IIIIIIII"-' +
and Mrs. Henry Shaw and children But-whar de 'possums keepln'

;\ SCHOOL DAYS By DWIG spent Sunday with their parents.Mr. -

i Fred Shaw spent Saturday You better be whar folks kin' see, NOTIGErrOTHE AMBITIOUS
night with L. O. and Johnnie Lewis. Befo' de springtime blossoms!
Miss Cora Padgett spent Satur- De 'simmons bendln' down de tree, we make three-year loans those of satisfactory

WILL MtflH CTCfrf FCXX! ( 'TWo 40"ES 1e HA HAiZA4pA day night with Miss Laura How- But brotherin' whar de 'possum-1898? reputation who want a complete training at the

T Dao9S. WNMCt STAYS rvo ,floes U4lcer g t>aerTM qCKKMS ard.A crowd of folks enjoyed an egg r GEORGIfcALABAHA; BUSINESSCOtlEGEO 1
RAISG
ouT NiO 1 hunt given at the home of Mr. and Too Many "Literary Workers"I
J Besse AND TESf EMtsTER Write for particular*. Banker.Box e64JMnconC8.
ll tSst: r Mrs. J. W. Padgett Sunday after am a business man and employ
PoOCIIERS viGU. MISTRa1Ses Y ro 8vclcs, several clerks and helpers. In these .
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IN CoNfRINCE IINN p Ikrw ST cKS KIMNf'I STIOS.. = are the proud parents of a little 1

K+MNE1 TIREe.. MPN
bRA''S OMs. son.Mr.
fefSTIN FRAN) 1 J. W. Lewis was visiting his
w t R ANO NAPfFiWEU., .-- daughter, Mrs L W. Dyal of Gra- ATLASThe Greater Value for the 1932 Dollar:

& .te. ham Friday.Mr. .

LM Crosby was attendingto GOODYEAR PATHFINDERLifetime
nl business'la Starke Thursday.
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Mrs. J. J. Morgan of Gulf Ham- ..u rnee .a =.er .Ia
Jf f mock Is visiting her parents. Mr. !tMlhe...... ... n.w.EKh/ Pal
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and Mrs. J. E.
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Miss Doris Kersey of Lawtey Is
30d.50-21 5.:1'7:
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l f visiting Miss Audrey McRae. Frigidaire 'I
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i l Mrs. J. E. Norman returned 8d.15-19 6.33 6.S6

1 i home from Davenport and was accompanied 9d.75-20 6.43 6.24

!; by her daughter Mrs. the three year guar- j 29s5.00-1! 6.65 6.4S

1t Ethel Moore. I ___ 3b5.2 -21 8.S5 "7.91
Mrs. H. M. McRae was visiting anted electric refrigerator 29s5.50-1' B.488.

I I Ih relatives! at Lawtey.Wednesday.A .
large crowd attended the sing. :' Even Lower Prices In Pairs!

Ing convention at Corinth church .-


Sunday.H. )d. and'A. R. McRae made a For Bale by .Tubes Also Lower-PrICed

business trip to Baldwin last Wed- -.

/ nesday.
Miss Hazel Underbill, who has
l been visiting relatives in Jackson- Smith's Service i .l.Uj'iL IN Register Motor Co.
vUle, has returned home. PIIONE 103

I The children of this section enjoyed Q_ C..tte.ea.a..
'-- l) 1 ItVI an Easter egg hunt at the .
Station I IStart.e. Louie's Service StationPHONE
1y home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Underhill -
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STORY OPTWO bltat-tha-t U
is, you climb well! r(by express and fast freight. Two War. did< manufactured fertilizer on DUMMY
FLOKIDAS BALLOT
Her map spot in the sun gives hundred kinds of fruits and
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crops
News of Florida [in Short Paragraphs Florida oda which Florida agriculture now do
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character. It makes nuts
here and
grow shipments out
Interesting: Article In ECI-OHC!: pends. come Into general use of
Mid. her economically C'Hi-rylnir namxi etas and rous.
rpeaklng, dual- of the
Paper on Florida rrrpnrrd by faced. On state average one carload I Also y one side the teal Florida five In the Tvlnviitph to tale
every minutes the
National Geographic : vast, : year I yellow fever. In epidemic dave itparalysed d.t.. Thi !I. not an official ballot.
sparsely settled
strewn ground! She
digs new potatoes Pensacola, New Orleansand uuirylriK "un"a of all candidate. for
Society with\ fruit and farm colonies, cow, and picks beans peas, tomatoes dirfdrunt. STATE NEWSTOLD ranches I Havana. Then came Reed. candidate*. who tiav announced
sawmills
LIVE turpentine
stills celery pears papayas grapefruitand ,..
The "barrel" of Florida's Carrol Goriraa and other great through .Id .tv.rU..m..I. In thl
pistol seaports cigar factories, smelly oranges when New York and payer tor the olTIc they ..ck,
shape may be bl-aecteJ by a canal! fisheries and industries that men of medicine, and through! science for, Uer.raor,
produce Chicago are snowbound. .
Plans are under way for the life was made safe for whitesIn Vote for 0....
construction
,
other
among thing In com- Though she ships nearly 100,000
of a 135-mile waterwayacross mercial quantities fuller's mosquito lands. After the Span- I ( irl'Aa'wUltu CAIAJWKLL.I
earth cars of orchard and garden a
BY OUR EXCHANGES the state In the of crops ish-American war Miami had 300
vicinity I kaolin titanium oxide and-be it year or more than 10 per cent of I I CAHY A. HAKUUIH + +
Jacksonville. Promoters of the proudly said-about 85 per cent of all that Is sold In people. Today there are 157,000
------------ America
.. .. only a
I
.04 project assert that the canal will this residents. Unless yellow fever and I JOHN W. MAUT1NV
country's supply of phosphaterock.
small part of her available land Is I
I MadisonSpeaking of pig's feet monthly business session, voted to cut shipping: time between gulf tilled. You can ride for miles and mosquitoes had been conquered llallro.J, CaMm ......

a, Phillips of this little city buy the ferry system of three boats ports and New York and Europe I On the other side familiar to miles over superbly surfaced highways Florida could never have grown as Vote for ou.. iI

J' a two-weeks-old pie which has and landings on road 10 at Apalachicola by one to four days. winter visitors a strangely differ I through grass and pine lands she has I I W. O DOUULAH3

,rtit wellformedig two feet on bay. The ferries run Florida which not many years ent state. Through long, drill as empty yet of human life as In Today aa utterlv aa the west hat Fur. stale S......
h walks on all from Apalachicola to East Point. ago was a sleepy peninsula now months she drowses and suns herself I the dawn of creation. forgotten the Indian dangers so Vole for on..

Lbt feet and makes eight tracks An item of $38,000 was placed In ranks among the most progressive ; yet from December to March, What North Florida Is Like modern Florida haa :forgotten such I I THELMA JOHNSI

lead of four. It Is the healthiest the budget for the purchase and states of the south. She tilts her gay boisterous, and blzzare she North Florida Is as different past dangers for practical sanitation I I HAL. Y. MAINESI

Kf t a litter of five pigs, Phillips said. subsequent operation of the sys sunburned nose so far down toward affords an astounding spectacle of from south Florida as ]lower Ala- and] good drinking water pre-

tem. the tropics that only here, massed humanity idle yet often bama from Cuba. Colonists had veil and every Intelligent Flor- I I J. it. MANN

| Jacksonville--Three members of In all the United States, can you athletically active probably without settled! and developed an antebellum Idlnn teaches preaches, and practices Member 11.... ltrttrrmtmtlwrmI '

1 former Duval county school Tallaha"see-The Florida rail- pick coconuts from their lofty parallel anywhere.The cotton and tobacco aristocracy what scene has given to Vote--' for on..
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Lard and two other defendantsere road commission today issued another tourist trek to Florida Is at Tallahassee and thereabout I mankind for the protection of I I 10. .,. INMANI -

indicted today In connection warning to the public to be- States. Potatoes run through this unique; for, lured by sun sea, and when lower Florida was still a health. I I T. it. PINIIOI.STKlt

[juj a campaign to eradicate ter- ware of those persons or com- plant are washed twice-by submersion -: the instinctive love of outdoors, howling wilderness. Even todaywe Railroads Did Their Part K.. ... ---. -----.-....
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iiitea, from school buildings. They panies offering "cut rate" transportation -I and spraying-thoroughly' people turn toward Florida, each are told, one-fifth of all Flor As science whipped mosquitoes, Vets for one. .ly "If. t

I ere charged with defrauding the J I from points In this state to dried uniformly graded and pack winter, at which time her popula- ida's population was born In Geor- so bo'
Aunty out of $88,280.55 In the ,points in the east and middle west. ed. The work Is all done by ma- tion almost doubles. gia and Alabama; but that will nut and Jungles and humanized cornl- OAHDINKR

iork of painting and treating buck offers the commissioners clnery.: The capacity of the plantat By train, motor boat and plane be true a decade hence. born keys, tying to the nation's I I IB. 1C FERRYMAN

Ihool buildings In Jacksonville warned, usually come from personsor the present time Is 25 carloadsof this army comes. One even sees Long age when bears fattenedon railway net a new world of strange ...p..I......... of S..I.

buval county In an effort to ex- firms who do not hold certifi- potatoes daily and It Is expected walkers and men on bicycles a crabs and turtle eggs where MI- sights and smells. Down to Tam- Vote for ou .

t-rmlnste the pests. cates from the state and are "ir I that additional loading space suitcase lashed atop the ami Beach and Palm Beach now pa the steel was thrust annexinga I I L. II. FUTOII

responsible and dangerous. These :and trackage will be constructed bars. Through Lake City blossom, Spaniards built St. Au- quaint Spanish. speaking city. I I A. j. ORfFl"fMI

i MayoA coroner's Jury Investl- offers are particularly numerousat i which will bring its capacity to 00 sonville, more than a gustine and Pensacola and con and down this line In '08 roared

i,iting the fatal shooting of Leanrd this time of the year when the carloads dally.BartowProtected. minute by actual daylight handle//nected them with a 400-mile military boys in uniform "average Americans I I ir. n. WrOl1lNS
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| and Mose Ellison brothers'I winter season In the resort citiesof during the early months of highway. You motor over ," seeing Florida first on their Vot* for rirrk, Circuit r..,..

those bodies were found in a Florida Is about over the state- from mob ern winter. much of this same old line now way to help In a war of independ one.

amp ne.\ here by their fathert ment continued. violence by two companies of na- Vast Throng at Piny when you drive from Jacksonvillewest I I o. w. ALDIeRMAANL :

t t Tuesday met again today and tional guard, three persons, arrested A graphic picture this a giant to Mobile and New Orleans. ence.Far down the then empty East I I A. J. THOMAS

gain failed to return a verdict.he I Palatka-A minister who led a in connection with the murderof movietone of upward of ten hun- In the Cathedral of St. Augustineare Coast pushed yet another spearhead Per Tn" A.....

i brothers went into the swamp sheriff's raid on a still, during two' policemen, were brought dred thousand Americans marchIng to be seen crumbling parch- of twin steel a "seagoing" Vot. for one.I .r

i mark bogs. Their father Wiley which John W. Malone was fatally here today from Lakeland for safe- to play and work. Big league ment-bound records of marriagesand railway. "Flagler's Folly", critics I I B. W. ilAYENILII.HILr.

luison, went in search of them wounded was acquitted today of keeping. The guardsmen brought ball teams at practice in the sun; baptisms among Spaniards and said of the one man with vision! .

Jhen they failed to return. No one a charge of first degree murderin Perry Acree, his mother and J. E. tired: and retired capitalists on pri- Indiana dating back to 1600. who built and paid for It. "A railroad I I .

as been arrested in connection connection with the shooting. Fohnston: here while Sam Acree. vate yachts and patent medicine Yet Florida-but for that settled and a string of railroad-owned I I N. n. WArNWROHT

lith the case.PensacolaTwo. I Earl K. McGaha the crusading father of Perry also arrested, re- barkers In flivvers; horseshoe strip along her upper edge- millionaire hotels way down In that Per, Tat. fnllvrlor,
I minister armed with two revolversand mained in Jail in Lakeland. A pitchers, and croquet players from stood still for generations which empty wilderness! Tbere'a no Vote for one.

I thousand acres a shotgun led the sheriff's coroner's Jury today charged John- small towns of the middle west; the rest of America was In the freight to haul no passengers, no I I CAP I, JOHNS

the Choctawhatchee national party to the still last ChristmasEve. ston with slaying Policeman T. A. crack swimmers and divers golf making. The reason of course, customers for all those palatial ho- I I CA nl. A. KNMIIT

rest were destroyed by fire He was charged with having Nicholson and Perry with Patrol- professionals, brown sun-bathers, was the trend of migration to- the tels."

(hipped by heavy winds yester- shot Malone as the latter tried to man W. T. Barnett. school children of all ages, hues great west! But Flagler looked across at ...... for one or flhvrlfr
and creeds In the
studying air
y. The damage was chiefly in run away from the scene of the open Till recent years when better I Cuba; he looked up, saw the sun,
Tallahassee Yale Universitymust at desks set on the stand stunt I I OHCAH AN PR KIT
kaloosa county. The flames were still. McGaha did not take the communications came and Ameri end felt the trade wind's klna.! Then, +
pay state and county taxeson flyers, prima and
[ported under control this morn- stand during his trial but prev- donnas para ca's food habits began to change In his mind's eye he probably saw I 11.I C. 'r.r MONf1I '
its farm" In chute
"monkey Clay Jumpers street fakers and
g. Sam R. proadbent; superior iously had admitted his shotgun ; thru Intensive distribution methods what critics with sensory eyes I I w. jr. RPT'FnsnNrl.mhrr :
county Florida. Attorney General "the world's smallest horse"
was investigating a reporte was fired during the raid contending ; wax- refrigerator cars and high- alone could 1 not see--ho saw the '
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Cary D. Landis has advised Tax figure shows of Grant and Custer M'hnol .." ......,... a
fire was Incendiary. It was it was discharged accidentally power advertising there was no earth tracking in apace, tilting first Vote for onn.I .
Assessor E. D. Priest of
Buffalo Bill
Clay county and Jesse James workIng
e ninth fire In the area since I grent consumer market for the one end then the other making the I I O. It
that Florida law exempts from the county fairs HKNNICTTI
liturday. One hundred fifty men ; dancing golden winter fruits and green play of seasons but leaving Florida -
taxation "such property of educational teachers and cruising taxi-men I I J. T.
MormnjI
forked 24 hours before the blaze Hastings-H. L. Robinson man- vegetables which the state today more sun than nny other placeIn i
literary, benevolent, charitable with "For Hire"
all
las controlled. ager of the Hastings Potato Growers cars brought grows. Nor, till long after the Civil the eastern United States I I I It. A. NHWROMM '
and scientific institutions the
way from Detroit and Cleveland -
Association announced today ........ Krhitnl llfxlril_lll.trlrt a
within the state shall
as actuallybe ; educators and evangelists
I Tallahassee-A toll ferry and a the completion and trial operationof Vote. for on..
occupied and used" for these palmists and pugilists
; puritans
,bridge I were taken over by the a modern potato packing plant I L I W. C. MANNING
purposes but that exemption does and Impurltana; a great circus In _
late highway commission today which cost more than $25,000.: It Another
Big Day
not apply to Florida property owned winter quarters, Its tapirs and giraffes I I If. n. MAYMmlir
ptl the tolls lifted. The commis- Is said to be the most up-to-date
aD, meeting here for Its regular plant of its kind In the United by Institutions located outside capering in warm sunshine; "i-hool 110.-.11'1. a },1
the atate.'The raised Vote for ..
question was barbers> In green smocks and 399 one.I

.' -. .. ....wr3K by> the tax assessor who sought to beauty specialists in the city of FREE I I .1. It KKT.I.T:
learn whether he should assess Miami alone; taxidermists to $2.50Saturday
I A. II. $TTRRRNCYf'wunfv
e f71W Yale University for Its 182-acre mount one's prize tarpon or sailfish -
e ; to play ridge anthropoid experiment station In ; market snakehunters, with Vela for nne,.............,.....-IHmtwtvtI a
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R AUCTIONCONTRACT Clay county. 12-foot[ tongs wading the. Ever-
I I r. I, CONNTCUI
glcrtes. Apr. 2
Largo-An Investigation Into Then as suddenly as It began I I j o rnrcwn

the mysterious burning of the the visitors' tumult and shoutingdie. rune.? rnmml.mmlnmrr .Illitrlitrv. a Y
First Christian Church and parson The army departs.' It goes Vnle for nu.I '.

Wynne age here today was started by Police pell-mell.) swiftly, as noncombatants HERE'S HOWWe t I .r r. ITNOrr.nJlrrl

y Ferguson Chief Finley McMullen who evacuate a city before ad- = .,...** ........1........_l>,.<,rl*. 4 t
j Author of 'PRACTICAL AUCTION Balmercopyr said he believed the blaze was of vancing enemy troops. Sumptuous, Vote for one.i .

Inclndary origin. The fire startedIn ilgh-priced hotels close and hordesof will have at our store All Day Saturdaya I. i n. w. rnNflCONrnn.

;!ht,1911.I'm' Itoyle Jr. the parsonage which was occu "snow-bird" waiters, bell hops Puzzle. Every person putting this puzzle .... ,........ .
lted. The fire followed a seriesof maids, and cooks backtrack to prepare Ieelnnrr -0'...... s
Vntn for ..
nn.
ARTICLE No. ," other mysetrious blazes in this the northern resort hotels for' together correctly within two minutes timeon
section in the past few months. In another season. I I n W. ANn"wlll,,

Th rre it Hill one point in Auction always go game if hearts or spade are the most recent fire a $70,000 citrus : The tourist wave takes monthsto the first attempt will have a chance to ,
>Contract theeisundecided,one on trumps and thcie is a five-card: major 00.- ......_ ...,_ ... ..
owned H.
packing plant by D. reach the
ff'hich the experts" disagree and that is: suit in either hand. On the ether' h..nd. high-water stage yet win $2.50.Every .
Ulmer of Indian Rocks, was destroyed all want to north In a week,
Whm should the partner of the dealer there are many hands that will score go Say it with Flowers
lake out the latter'i no trump bid with" game in hearts or' spades that are not and the body of a negro thus straining even the great facilities person over 16 years of age is eligibleto .
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> bid of two hearts or two spade? As game hands in no trump. employe was found In the ruins. of the railways tapping the 0.
"ne of my fello.r authors has aid: "It For these rather. 'evident reiuont, th. Several dwellings also have been far south. work the puzzle not necessary to makea
I the thorniest question of latter diy: writer advocates ire ta!-e-outs of part burned. Last year the $75.000 Divorced ffom the tension of Flowers For All
''Ming." ner's nl) trump with major suit bids purchase-no charge to work it.
packing plant of the Citrus City winter racket, the real Florida re-
OccasionsGEKTnunn
Every writer on the cane stems to From then on it is up to the origins.
ave a different that it is bidder! to his judgment Growers Association at Largo was :taxes and breathes easier. She
opinion no no trump : uae .._ ....._ 0
Jot surprising! that the average p'aycr as to whether he should try for garre destroyed by flames, the origin of counts I the profits earned from winter O. T
MidiflicuUy! in deciding what to deli at the major art' or go on with his which never was determined defi paying guests in return for bed Join the Fun----Test Your Skill GODDEYANDERSON
this situation. The writer has
frP'1'lentno trump. nitely. board and otherwise; then turns to
Iy stated that in .his An English writer who doesn't .be
opinion partnerwould her big Job-that la, how to work
take fivelieve in the American informatory
out with
rard heart or spade freely suit provide-Pnv! the double sv/s that one way to settle the Wauchula-With six carloads of,' prosper during the quiet months, Win the $2.50 Phone 39 Waldo, Fl.
and< con' ina at least one quick trick. question of a take-out r.f prtner's cucumbers shipped this week Har- when tourist trade is nil.

tit I I course, with any greater strength, no trump h to adopt the fallowing dee county growers are realizing When the Tourists Are Gone --. -....... .
thetakeoutisobligatc.yforexample' ; convention: "When the takeout IS good prices for their crop. Cash Some towns and industries are Contest Closes 5:00
with six or more hearts or /lp3 '''', all' from wraknerm.ayt'I. bill two hearts' prices this week ranged around ,long established and now stabilized. : p. m. -
wters agree that A takeout i,obliia"vy. ) and when from ,'s'reneth, aay 101 make u
$3.75 to $4 a hamper for fancy a They would live well without tour- t
If the original: no trump bidder it two h'"ortL'"This n, of course, theh"oot Winner Must Be Present
< help the maior suit bid he Hrglish idea of humor and a mote or dollar less for' choice and $1 for ists. Yet to a singular degree the OVER WORK:

cither bid two r.o trump or ten severe criticism; of the informatory: plains and 50 cents a hamper for huge seasonal Income from tourists a.u

*now;; his own suit, if he hat one; Jo-iblc. In England they don't entirely lulls. Beans were selling for $3 baa upset the economic balance of NERVES

otherwise., he should pass and let his approve nf the t'ouMc! nor do they to $3.50 a hamper, while yellow the state. Tourist trade grew suddenly -

wrtner*uit bid. s'rujgle along! with the major consider to aa we it a will fair continue convci.tion.to bilieve Needless In squash brought growers $2 to $2.25a and much faster than the SPECIAL FEED PRICES

The object informatory I, hamper net here. Strawbel'ryshipments state could increase Its own balanced -
of all bidding both at the double ard not adopt
tumors! and Contract is to find a bid tho English tucgmtion( ( as to the take I have now reached 3- food production; thus FlorIda -
'nat will KO game, and the beet way to out. 158,403 pints with the shipment presents an odd picture. At PURINA SCRATCH

,compibh, this purpose I U to show a The following is a good illustration this week of 128,618 pints. Bowling times she throws away surplus

-card, major suit whenever possible. of the value of the take-out with a Green has shipped 2,360,737 pints; fruit and vegetables. Later in the
If'rt''IIt'e; has shoTm that a hAnd that hand that most of the authorities Zolfo and she have to live out
\' at would Springs 1.342,342 pints same year may Saturday Only
no trump rill nearly ;
pass ; Wauchula 254,964 pints. The price of tin cans. She has not yet learnedto r

Hcaits-'J, 8.6.3.2 this week ranged from 10 to 15 feed herself; but she la educat-

Clubs-J. 3, 2 cents a pint f. o. b. Shipping will ing herself along these .lines rap- $1.65

Diamonds- K, 8, 4 likely continue for two weeks and

11 Spades- K. 8 the total from this county Is expected Idly.Excellent dairy herda"are hers
earts-? 7 Hearts K 0.5
,
( to approximate 4,200,000 yet she Imports about twothirdsof 5 Ingredients-Finest Graina--Cleaned
2Ul.s-9,7.6 Y t Clubs--K.Q.8
s.rondll-J.7.6::: t A. B I Diamonds.5,2 pints for the season. all her butter and milk. Here BalancedAt
America heard the evening
: Z f 'Spad"O.10.9.tHurtaA. virgin the Price of
Ordinary Corn and Wheat
Mayo-Two brothers, Leonard low of wandering klne brought by t

10, 4 Ellison. 28. and MOBS Ellison. 24.wel'e Spanish explorers;' here are vast THE BIGGEST BARGAIN EVER
Clubs-A. 10, 5. 4 found shot to death In a grasslands potential feed for Infinite OFFERED UP TO J'OUJ' lure In work-
Diamonds 10 9 J every nine at high tension
-Q IN STARKE-ALSO
Spades-A, 7 swamp some nine 'miles south of cattle; yet the state imports __ No wonder you snap at the wife
here today. Wiley Ellison fatherof seven-eights of all Its meat. and bark at the children -

ACCTION BIDDING: No score; Z dealt and Lid or..apaj the two young men found the Poultry farms grow flocks of Watch out! Overworked:
? score, first *"" Z dealt and bid What should A now bid with, the foregoinit bodies. He started a search of the 5,000 and 10,000 chickens yet a Special Prices On All Other Feeds-Trade nerves may lead to 8leepl_

rio-truma and A pulled. If Y bids hand at either Auction or Contract swamp lands when the two broth- large share of fowls and eggs consumed With Us and Save neas, Nervous Headache Nervous
boo ieart\V Z w.lIl If Indigestion and a boat of
game but. from other
? ers failed to return from a bog In brought

Y Z'..T1'; o Ywillwore. !oneehor; two spades odd and at A has the choice of one of three bids: marking trip Into the thickets yesterday. itates. Despite the economic com Why other unpleasant' you try dlstarbaneaM.Dr. MllaafEfftrreaeent

;0:mp. .it .. a good example of the ((1))an informatory double of one ipade: Two dogs which the motion of the past decade Florida Bradford County Fanners Supply Nerrlne Tablets

of a ,fn's hke-out. ((2)) a bid of two diamonds; ((3)) a bid of brothers took with them to roundup la still In aense a pioneer state. Just: one In a ball eau a4 ;

C0, TRACT BIDDING one no trump. It teems to the writer the hogs stayed with the bodies Her growth has been spotty hap- water makes a pleasant, spark-

shouH bid two hearts: and if B that an informatory doubts! with lhi. during all of last night and today hazard marked by local spurts and Company line drink delightfully soothing
...
over-taied
?"*sd Z should! bid three hearts Y'. hand is bad practice. It is too strong a attracted the father to the spot by lapses seemingly a precocious to Dr. Miles': ne"Nerrln .Is now ,

h unJ' arili'*bs lustify; a rabid harts band enough a minor suit and no their baying. A coroner's' Jury chUd trying to run before she 'N. N. Prevatt, Mjfr. Phone 151 oiade In two forms-Uqnid and
iherp, Pmyed at three stronz; play at hearts. Fc" viewed the bodies today but did not walks. Efferreaeent: Tablet Both bar

1..;_, _.hasp' *ra: foKa chdistribution of the same reason the two-diamond bid return a verdict. The examining Riding south to Florida In the STARKE FLORIDA '.:::- ; the s.mellOOt.blnc effect r a

the r ore should i.ot be made. It takes a great physician said the brothers had winter months along the Atlantic ".0. at your line store
mtVable. cannot the be d eclar I t .s deal of strength In partner's hand t. been dead about 24 hours when the coast you meet long trains of yel-

Iq he biJ.lina:. contracted for male game in diamonds but very little bodies were found. County officers Iow-hue4 refrigerator cars rolling !7 flit 6i ''r la i 4 Ili lh h7 pURI tJ:

Problem to make game possible In"no trump. said no one had been arrested In north, laden with fish fruits, and lI / d
J.f; !rU9 8 Y The >> bid seems the thheetbeatd connection with the case. They vegetables. One single train haul ProlUabti fyfdf for Uv *tock and pose!- I n '
ilubl.. 1 this band
A: : i : with for it offer try They lower coat of production
Q G ; AB i ir also said they knew of no reason ed 104 care of tomatoes. Seventy- ytntr
: d sds Q. ] y chance for game at either Auction at and ntaV*yaw mow proUs.Mt.1' .
1Pe + 7.6 r r Z t for anyone to have slain the fire million hungry customers live
- : Contract. ZZ to 48 hour of her gates
_.- .A brothers. within 1 ..Ii t
4 i
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AGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY APRIL ,
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Mr. Sapp and Mrs. A. E. Proctorof =

LAWTBfMr TIIERESSA Lake Butler, were recent guests BOATDRAIN -
of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle. BROOKERMI.

,3ocietvjJj *. B. E. B>rm r. Cor. Miss Rhoda Zeigler' Cor. The birthday dinner and egg Miss Susie Allen Cor. .. v.... G..p' r.eAmong
hunt at the home of Mr. and Mrs.D. ...

J. O. Green Sunday was well at --I:
Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and :Miss Pauline Priest of Starke tended. Leonard Bowers ? those attending the
lye
children of Tampa, spent the was visiting Misses Ruth and Bowers ter egg hunt at the hcme
J. Parrish and family of MUter Leonard 24, a resident of
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end with her Mr. :
parents week-'I E. J.
Rhoda Zolgler Friday night and spent Sunday here guests of relatives of Starke, died at his home Tues- Lewis Sunday afternoon were
EXECUTIVE BOARD; OF -Mrs. D. E. Knight;Iaccompaniat, J. H. :Moore. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie
.
after Illness. Mr. Douglas
day night a long
Mrs. E. M. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wooten and Mr
TO MEET
CLUB and
i WOMAN'S An Easter hunt was given at Mrs. Clyde Colaon :
egg
J. P. Dekle and Howard Dekle Bowers was a native of South Mr
Church" and
Readings, "Staying for ; children and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mrs.
Dave
the Christian church Saturday af attended an egg hunt and ball Carolina and came to Starke about Green Mr. and 1Irw.
executive board of the Woman's "Snowball"TJkelee Torode attended the funeral of ,
The : A..L Green and !
ternoon. BIghty-seven eggs were at the sons, Leslie
game home of Perry Connor. eight years ago. Mr. Bowers was Roy
number, "ComingAround Rev. Grimes at Green Cove
Club will meet Wednesday Springs and
hid near the church grounds and Mr. and Mra. Dana L. Duke, accompanied a member of China Grove Baptist Earl Mrs. Pearl Chaff \. Mn
morning, April 6th at 10 o'clock. the Mountain" Miss Geneva Sunday afternoon.Mr. I the children had a delightful time T. W. Markey Mrs. E.
of Waldo Mrs E. M. and by O. P. and J..P. Dekle church, and loved by all who knew B Redd
Youngblood, ; and Mrs. R. A. Griffla
Davis a during the hunt visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. him. He Is survived by his par- Mr and Mrs. Wilbur Rimes, Mud
; CIRCLES OF METHODIST accompanist.Short Cleon Wooten left Monday for
Miss Margaret Dodd who is attending Cauthen ents Mr. andMrs.. .J. D. Bowers F. L. Colson, Miss Melbree
Saturday evening. < ,
talks by Wood- Hodge
W. M. S. TO MEET were given trip to Homaasasa and Tampa. I and
Morris
men of the World and other visitors They will be gone for several days. the Florida State College Mr. and Mra. M. P. Dekle at- four brothers and one sister. Fu- Brown.

_, The Circle of the Methodist W. in regard to fraternal work. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Norton were :for Women"at Tallahassee, was tended the funeral of Mr. R. R. neral services were conducted by school Those attending the recreational l
home held
,M, S. will meet Monday afternoon At the close of the evening the visiting In Jacksonville Monday.Dr. for the spring holidays. Glover at Dekle cemetery Monday, Rev. G. E. McOauley and Rev. G. last in Gainesville four
: >( at 3:30: o'clock. Mrs. E. S. Mat- guests were served refreshmentsby and Mrs. G. W. Brown had Mr. John Henry Crevasse of and were dinner guests of Rev. S.i P. Raymond. The body was laid nights week were Ortho Ma-
Cedar Key and Miss Thelma Priest theny, Ivan Hazen
and Cliff
S. Proctor. to rest at Lake
I Kingsley cemetery Kelly
; thews will entertain the Noble the hostesses. as their guests for the past week-
White Circle and Mrs. Pearl Sny- end her brother Dr. Smoak and of Starke.. were visitors here Sat- Julian Dekle spent Monday night I Thursday at 11:30.: The pallbearers vine Mr. Larson Mentz of Jackson.

will entertain the Harriet Peek FATHER'S NIGHT OBSERVEDThe family of Tampa. urday afternoon.> In Lake Butler guest of Rev. Proctor were: Theodore TIson, A. J. was visiting here Sunday and
ter
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Mrs. B. F. Hall of Starke was was accompanied horns!!
Thomas Aaron Minton Bill i by his
: Circle: Ray Sanford! Is a visitor at the Geiger, wife
"f. Parent-Teachers' Association borne of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Nor- visiting relatives here Sunday. R. E. Lee, Ellie Sullivan. who spent last week here with her
I entertained the :Miss Oulda Hall who has been parents, Mr. and :Mrs. L. R. Galney
> THE W. T. WEEKS CHAPTER delightfully ton. -
TO MEET 'Fathers" at the Woman's Club Claude Barrett spent Monday in visiting for the past week in :Mr. Bill Tison visited Miss Ruth Mra. Larson Menu and Miss Lul
Starke returned to her home here EVERGREEN Ella Priest bedia Pinholster visited friends In
Tuesday eveningA Jacksonville visiting friends.. I Sunday evening.Mr.
''I The W. T. Weeks chapter of the large attendance enjoyed this Sunday., Mm. r\ A. RiMlrr. Cor. John Murrnee and family of McIntosh Wednesday.
Mrs. F, M. Bailey of Jacksonville Miss ''Willie Mae Hinson Mrs. Alice Thomas
i IT. D. C. will meet Wednesday afternoon affair, which was presided over by I was a Green Cove Springs visited Mr. and children,
was visiting here Friday. visitor to B.,H.-S. Tuesday. Leslie and Lorraine
of Marion Glisson are visinn/ '
E. K. president
at 3:30: o'clock at the homeof Mrs. Perryman, Sunday.
i Mrs. V. R. Reddish spent Fri The following Easter Mr. and Mrs. Roy Saunders and her son in Plant ---a
programwas City.
Mr. and
Mrs. O. I* :Beasley.- Hostesses, the P. T. A. A splendid program Mrs. Yarborough of
day In Jacksonville with her son. rendered by the peopleat children Mrs. Maggie Forsyth and Mrs. Clara Maneve of
Mrs. O. I* Beasley and Mrs. A. Z. arranged by Mrs A. E. Wall was young Lawtey was visiting Mr. and Mrs Archer
Adkins. rendered as follows: B. E. Reddish and family.R. the Baptist, church Sunday daughter, Lucile, of Jacksonville, R. R Prevatt Saturday. We are spent last week here with her SIS:
t I R. Thede was transacting March ,27.at; :2:60 Welcome Sunday here with relatives.Mr. ter, Mrs. L. R. Waters.
Piano solo "Prelude", (Chopin) < : : p. m.: IIpent. glad to report that Mrs. R. R. Pre-
SAPP-ALVAREZ- -Miss Patsy Brinaon. business in Starke Monday. by Robert Batten; Easter Dialogue, and Mra. R. S. Rosier and vatt is recovering from an illness. Among those attending ;the

Memory Gems of Washington Pete Burney and sister Miss by six children;' My Flower Basket children, were visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bryant and school meeting in Hampton Mon-

'. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Alvarez announce Comer Perryman, Sara Barefoot, Doris and Miss Thelma McEarchen Elsie Belle >Geiger; Giving Mrs. J. M. Rosier at Woodlawn Mrs.' Elizabeth Jones of Lawtey day night were Messrs. A. B. and

.{ t' the marriage of their Dorothy Lee Johns, Ida Lulu Da- attended the Easter egg hunt at Thanks for Easter, Beatrice Ar- Sunday evening !I were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. Mallie Surrency L. A. and H. R.

/ I daughter, Ola May, to Mr. Carl Mr. Waldo Prlngle's Sunday. ford; Christ Is Risen Hutten Lee Mrs. Cohen Peele, Doris Reddish T. Tison Sunday., Brown, L. R. and H. P. Gainey, S
vis.Chorus Mesdamos J. H. Moore, W. H. Clarke; Song 'Three Mottoes", by and Louise Rosier were visitors tol I II M. Mott and G. E.
Sapp, Wednesday, March 23rd, : (a) "Who Knows": (b) I A large crowd from this community McGauley.
I 1932, Starke, Fla. The ceremony "Butterflies"-Misses Lois Long, Edwards, D. W. Moore, Nell Good- Tour girls; Faith, Juanita Clarke; Starke Saturday. i I attended the sing at CorInth Mrs. A B. Surrency was visiting

" was performed at the home of the Patsy Brinaon, Martha Brownlee, fellow and Billy Edwards were Thank God, Billy Fender; The Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Peele and Sunday. In Graham Monday night

': i bride's parents, with Rev. Norris Cleo Shepard, Mllba Silcox., visitors in Jacksonville Tuesday. Children's Easter, Othma Sullivan; children were visiting B. E. Rosier I Next Sunday is regular church Elder Lloyd Johns of Lacrosse

.' .of Lacrosse officiating Talk, "Cooperation Between Par- Miss Emily Kennard of Jacksonville The Blossom's Word Elsie Batten; and mother Friday night I day at China Grove. The Brother- passed through here Sunday en-

I ents and Teacheu"-Mr. A. J. was a visitor here Fri- At Emmans, Ruth Fender; song, Mr. and Mrs. E. Gnann of Clay hood of Jacksonville will be there route to Rock Church in the Ziff

1' ; EASTER EGO HUNT Thomas. day.Claude "Jesus Loves Me," by five children; Hill, were visiting'\ his sister- Mrs. !Sunday morning. Everybody is section.A .

,\ Talk, "Needs of the Starke High Rowe spent Friday In "How Would it Do?" by Lois Ar- J. E. Rosier Sunday afternoon.Mrs. !welcome.Mr. crowd "of the young people

The Junior Woodmen Circle en- School"-Mr. S. S. Dowling. Jacksonville.Mr. ford; "It'sNice on Easter," Min- Everett Futch spent a few : Lloyd Johnson visited Miss enjoyed an egg pipping at the

joyed an Eaater. egg hunt at the After the program a social hour and Mrs. 0.. J. Phillips and nie Swindell; "My Wish, Beatrice days last week with Mr. and :Mrs. Evie Woodard Sunday afternoon. home of Mr. and Mr L. R. Crosby

, home of Mrs. J. L.. Silcox Saturday was enjoyed and refreshments were children have returned home aftera Hersey; song, "Christ Arose," by Leslie McClellan near Lawtey., Mrs. S. B.. Woodard and son, Saturday nightDARLING

, I afternoon from 3 to S o'clock. served by Mrs. H. A. Dew, Mrs. pleasant visit with relatives in seven girls; The Risen Lord, by Mr. and Mrs Bryant Redd'ng Woodrow and daughters, Lucille .

-' The living room of the home was W. E. Middleton, Mrs. L. Wyman, Miami. Anna Batten; Grateful Hearts (a the state farm were visiting his and Janie Maude, visited Mr. D. D. PRESCOTT

decorated in keeping with the sea- and Mrs. A. J. Thomas assisted by Louis Hill Jr., who is attending dialogue by Mildred Phillips; mother, Mrs.. .H. F. Redding Sun- Woodard and daughter Sunday. --
son, flowers, Easter biddies and and school In Athens, Ga., spent Easter Doris Brown; Juanita Clarke and .
little Misses Lucy Ann. Dew day.J. Mrs. George Johnson and daughter Friends of Darling C. Prescott
." brightly colored eggs beingused.. Juanita Barefoot. with his parents, Mr. and Mra. L. Minnie Sw uleU)' After the pro- E. Rosierandchildren were Mra. Mary Starling visited will regret to learn of his death it
hunt H. Hill. gram' fiver..of the. ladies bid 170 visitors to Star te.tSaturday afternoon -
s i After the egg those present F Miss Evle Woodard Sunday after- the family residence, 2931 West
5.' l were served tempting refresh MRS. HELEN BROWN S Easter eggs in the woods near the noon. Beaver street yesterday afternoon

,'; ments. church and the children had much A few members of the Evangel. after a brief illness. Mr. Prescott

Funeral services for Mrs. Helen Heilbronn Springs pleasure' them. Istlc Brotherhood of Jacksonville, CARD OF THANKSWe was a native of Florida moving

,, J. A. MARTINEZ HAS Morgan Brown, pioneer resident of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler and attended church here Sunday. to Jacksonville from Highland

EASTER PARTY Jacksonville, who died March 19th Ml. Tfcl_. ft....., c.... daughter had as their guests Sun- Misses Lorene Rosier and Doris wish to express our sincere about 23 years ago. He was a

1<, ---- at the home of her daughter, Mrs. day, Mrs.'O.-A, Thrower, Mr. and Reddish spent Sunday with Louise thanks to our many friends and member of the Brotherhood Car.

1 Mrs.: Nellie Martinez entertainedin Shepard S. Averitt, 245 Talleyrand Mr. Jack Edwards, Lacy Conway Mrs. Woodrow Thrower, Mr. and Rosier. I neighbors for their kindness and men of America. Besides his widow

honor of her small, J. A., Tues- Avenue, after a brief illness were and Jimmie Reynolds was'visiting Mrs. L. J"; Moon and children, Donald :I sympathy shown us during the illness Mrs. Louise Prescott, he is survived

day afternoon with an Easter held at 3 o'clock, March 20th at i:friends in Heilbronn Tuesday eve-. and Joyce, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Births and at the death of our dear by two daughters Mrs. Roy

" 'party. Many interesting games the residence.The i ii Varnes and son, Carl, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Shuford, Law- 'son and brother. We also thank Acosta, Jacksonville, Mrs. J. H.

were enjoyed by the little folks services were conducted by ning.Miss Eva Under 1ll has returnedto Knox Thrower and sons, Jimmie tey, son, March 24th. Dr. Biggs for his service. We are Harris of Tampa; one son, Walter

preceding the Easter egg hunt. The the Rev. Marvin Franklin, pas- i her home after spending several and Bobby and Mr. Pete Throwerall Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Shaw, Rat- also thankful for the beautiful Prescott of Jacksonville; one

( prizes for finding the moat eggs tor of the Riverside Park Methodist months in Valrlco. of Jacksonville.Miss ford daughter, March 28th. flowers that were placed on the brother, Elisha Prescott of Lake

i were given to Comer Perryman church. Active pallbearerswere I Misses Thelma Rhoden, Pauline Louie Kelley of New River, Mr. and. Mrs. Stafford Crews, grave of our loved one. May God land. Funeral arrangements will

and Lyle Anderson. After the egg Shepard Averitt Jr., FrankW. Greene and Russell Judd was visiting was visiting Miss Okie Hinson New River, son, March 29th. richly bless each and every one. be announced later by Burns-How

i l' hunt delicious refreshments were Sherman, Morgan Richard, in Starke Saturday night. Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Geisinger, Mr. and Mrs. John I). Bowers ard morticians. Jackaonvllli

,served in the dining room to the Bruce Norman, Karl Rosenbaugh Mr. Roy Carter Jack Edwards Misses Ruth and Rhoda Zeigler Waldo, son March 30th. and children. Times-Union, March 27th.

J small guests. About thirty children and William McGlnnis. Honorary and Lacy Conway aU attended the were visiting Misses Thelma and -

I enjoyed thin delightful party pallbearers were Shepard Averitt, dance at Heilbronn Friday nightMr. Pauline Priest In Starke Wednesday .

'f with the young-host. sr., R:T. Richards, John Ewouds, Russell Judd was visiting night/1/ s 1-

J. C. Richards: Allen ''Williamson. Miss Lossie Anderson Sunday at- Mrs.'Wr,A. Jones was a visitorto

"BRIDGE, CLUB MEETSMr. John Morgan, R. C. Heiberger, H. ternoon. Starke ,Tuesday. BRADFORD COUNTY II
Jones. in- .
A. Bishop and DeWitt There was a very large crowd

and Mrs. J. C. Robinson entertained terment was in West Evergreen that attended the peanut poppingand

members of their bridge cemetery with DeWitt Jones Com- dance given at Misses Eva and GRAHAM
," N club Thursday evening at their pany of Gainesville and Moulton Beatrice Underbill's

'home. on West :Madison Street, ft Kyle In charge of the- arrange- ning. Saturday eve-, IM Ell. .r....... C.... BIG GROCERYHULL

The tables. XW play"were arranged r I I ments. Miss Jordan'' was visiting Mrs.J. .
: In the large living room Mrs. Brown was a member of the C. Jones Tuesday. Jettie Starling passed away at 1

which was made attractive with Morgan family of Wales, which Miss Alice Pattee was visiting o'clock at.: her home Thursday

J, garden flowers At the close of settled In Florida the early part of Miss Hilda Forsyth Tuesday. morning. She was seventeen yearsof

t1; ,' the progressions scores were added the eighteenth century. She was Mr and Mrs. J. C. Jones made a age at the date of her death. BUILDING Starke Florida
and prizes awarded Mrs. Demorestand born in Mlddleburg October 13, business trip to Gainesville Wed- She was buried at Lacrosse. Those ,

Mrs. C. A. Knight for holding 1848, the daughter of Solomon nesday. who survive, her death are her

high. Morgan and Belinda G. Budlngton. Mrs. John Barber of the state. mother, Mrs. Cary Starling and
Flour
A sweet course was served to the She came to Jacksonville early in farm Is spending this week with. tour sisters, Opal, Edith, Mary and Selfrising Whole Grain Salt 2 for 5c
Mrs. H. her married life and had lived there friends -
and and
following present: Mr. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. U. Thelma Starling, many ,
C. Wall, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight, for more than 50 years. .Parmenter. and relatives. 24 Ib. sack ____ 45c RICE I

Mr., .and Mrs. R. F. Demorest. Surviving her are three daugh- i Mr. Buck Starling and Willie Davie Those who were the guests of

ters, Mrs. John Ewouds, Mrs. Tth- were visiting MIa Pencie Davis Mr..,' nd M'ss R. M. Johnson and 48 lb. sack ---- 89c Best Grade
BAPTIST W. M. S. MEETS etlnd Richard Sherman and Mrs. Sunday afternoon. family'Thuraday.,night, are D. E. 101bs.for33cWhite I

Averitt, and nine grandchildren.Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. R. R. Kelly and 1-2 barrel $1.78 .
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. ---
and Brown was a resident of Vida
and
The meetIng children, S. D., ,Ellery BACONPound
e of the Baptist W. M. S. was Starke a number of years ago and Perry Newsome passed away Mae and Mrs1. E..M. Dubberly, all 12 Ib. sack I
besides her relatives, Mr. J. W. March 22 at B o'clock, after an illness -
after- of Hoboken, Georgia.
held in the church Monday
Mrs. H. A. Bishop and, of one week. He was four of Starke, Beans 8eI
at 3 o'clock: with twenty-eight Morgan, :Miss Carrie McKinney RD29c
noon old and leaves a father and
Mrs. R. S. Fernandez, she .has year. Is visiting ber parents for a while. _
;, members presentMrs. to mother, four brothers, Pitt, Jim,
led the de- many friends here wo regret An Easter egg bunt was given
s" O. W. Alderman I II
and Paul four sisters Mrs. \
Earnev
Beans and
learn of her passing.SAMPSON members-of the Sunday Lima
11 votlonal which was followed By the Gladys; Bo-'le.-; t Tampa; Willie for the
afternoon.
.
Saturday
program under me direction of vu; "- Mae, Alma and Edna Ray all at school here by I 3 Ibs. for 20c
A crowd enjoyed services ------
cle No. 3. The topic of the programwas
home. The funeral took place at
and CITY Rev. Butler here Sunday morningand Black Peas MILK
"Tithes and Offerings, Alders Chapel at 4 o'clock Tues- 4lb. Pail! 33c Eye
J. I afternoon.* ------
those taking part were Mrs. .. day"" afternoon, conducted by Rev.
suit, c.
has
HIM' Dorotbr who
Silcox, Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. J. C. L. Crosby. Miss Pearl Johnson, a lb. Pail ______ soy
school at Rising returned -
Mrs. been teaching Pound-------SC
H. Lord Mrs. W. J. Epperson her her Stall 19c |
Hutchlns, Mrs. Driggers and Misses Mrs. Lester Kite to her home Sunday. 45 Ibs $3.00
and
-
spent Monday ------
AUce and Fannie Sllcox. guest Mrs. J. L. Williams of Jack- ;Fred.Johnson I

In the absence of the president, sonville. GREENWOODOr. tTefenay.* Lake; 'vWales with I SUGAR small19c

'u ''Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs. O. W. Alderman Mrs. A. K. Smith and children, ... ;IPr<_va.. __--'- BEST<>
i presided over the business spent the week-end la Hawthorn .. j ; ;
session, which was carried on In with relatives. They were accom- lOik46c -
Mr. C. A. Prtngte and daugi:' ter- ',
regular order. Plans were made Smith's \
home, &FJLV&9U&E
panied .
byf.Mra in-law Mra. 'Waldo Prlngle ..ere I Scans '
which Is -
divisional )5cMEAL
,for the meeting mother, Mra J. J./Oay.\
to.be held In the Starke Baptist Mrs. Colley of Jacksonville, wasa visiting lit Bryceville Thursday. 1 Y.rrr p Dell.. C.r.R .' GRlTS&MEALBUTIER
Miss Frankie Lou Murrhee was 9M. -
church Friday. April the 8th. It business visitor here Monday.Mrs. .

was decided that the social commute Cleo Reddish of New' River, visiting :Miss Geneva Starling Sun- Mrs.'Sarah Jane Dukes, Mr. and '

of the society of which Mrs. spent Monday with her mother,, I II day.Mias lOlbs.- 19cPINK
Dukes were
Lucille Forsyth of Jacksonville Mrs. R. K supper 17c |
lOlbs.
and the
if .J. E. Wilson Is chairman, I Mrs. Della ThomasV. and.Mlsa Willie Mae Reddish guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Dekle - -
circle leaders plan for and have I Mr. Carly Wynn of New River,
"m of the luncheon for thai: were visiting their cousins Em- Thursday. Pound 25c
charge were in town Sunday. Sun- Mr.Dennis.Argo, was the weekend SALMON
and Evelyn Moseley -
malyne
'day.- The society adjourned tc, Mr. W. H. Smith and children
'
P. Dekle. -
daY. guest of p g .
meet in April. spent Easter with Mr. Smith's par Mrs. Everett Futch returned to Mr. and Mrs; M. P.' Dekle were -
ents, Mr.. and Mrs. R. H. Smith in of Mr. and Mrs. P. "' Tall lOc ButterSALAD
dinner Apple
t SILVER TEA Hawthorn.The her home at Evergreen after spending guests Pint can -
a few days with her siater-in- P. Dekle Sunday.
work the church was
on
'law, Mrs. Leslie McClellan. Sarah Lillian Dekle attended the DRESSING Sweet
.
beautifully completed Monday.The friends In this com- Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle en- ,Easter Egg hunt at the home of EAGLE BRAND
many tertained crowd I Mr. and M .. Russell Parrish Sunday -
a large Sunday Mixed PicklesQuart
ferns for the informal sliver tea munity was grieved to hear of the Quart.
given Tuesday evening. Mrs. L. D. death of Mrs. Alice Oldham of afternoon with an egg hunt.. t
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rosier Messrs Shepard Dukes and Drew 20c
Green Mrs. O. M. Green, Mrs. B. Jacksonville, which occurred Tuesday are TABLE MUSTARD ican 19c
the Beasley of Lake Butler, were here |
receiving congratulations on
V% Jacobs and Mias Ethel Moore, hostesses morning In Grant. She was en- -
for the affair welcomed the route from Miami to Jacksonville. arrival of a son, born March 22. Friday on a fishing trip.B. .

t: '.' guests as they arrived. Little Mr.and Mrs. Ed Rogers of Way- li-'Duke/O.' P. and M. P. 19c PURE COFFEE
eroas, Ga., was visiting Mr. and Dekle were transacting business in -
1;1 Misses Green and Pearce, in colonial NOTICE TO TEACHERS :
costumes, holding silver basket Mra. J. D. Peele Sunday. Lake But!** Wednesday.

i I *, received the offerings. Mrs. All teachers who desire to take Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClellanare Mrs. B. J, Thomas spent several lib.for15c I 2 Soap Octagon 5c |

Jnman, mistress of ceremonies gavea work leading to first grade certificates receiving congratulations on days here last week guest of her :

short address, and an enjoyable are asked to meet at the the "arrival of a son, born March daughter Mrs. Amanda Keerce.

program as follows, was rendered: high school building Monday. April 23. Julian Dekle spent Friday afternoon POTATOES GREEN COFFEE AND POWDERS
I
Piano solo, "Venetian Love 4th, o'clock. The work will be or- Mr. and Mrs. C. A. PrIngle were In Jacksonville.

Song", (N."In-Mrs.) E. M. Davis.o ganized and begun .on that date.LeesburgA. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Prlngle Julius Parriah of Miller was here

Addressed-Dr. G. P. Raymond i I i of Maxville Tuesday. on business Friday. Ibs.15c PoundIOc2for f - 5e |
and Rev. W F. Jones. A. Park established Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp were L. L. Johns, D. L. Duke and Alton -

1u :Vocal selections. "In the Garden grocery store In Dr.Wood building visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pringle Dukes, were transacting business 1
k of Tomorrow"; "Trees" (Deppen) East Main street. ,Sunday. In Lake Butler Saturday. c= =-.-- -- -- ---- -- ---
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APRIL 1, 1032 "
BRADFORD COUNTY TKLKGH/VPir, STARKK, FLORIDA I"M1P: p1V'WI+i \
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COALITION WITH CARLTON
CANAL GIVEN SUPPORT) LIFE WITH REVOLVER
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Bits of (Continued from page 1.) definite plan to make living condi- (Continued from page 1.) vey it has been announced, start at Newberry, March 25R. R I, :
but to take care of the boys and tions more comfortable and attrac- face and when you reach the St ln- Cumberland Sound, west throughthe Clover 43: years of age, filling sta. ( ,
;v girls to come after us. tive In her home. hatchee river which empties into St. Mary's River,; south of tion operator here, committed mil- i
Running Too Soon Also we are sponsoring a campaign Deaman's Bay, you find the land FolkBton. Ga., through the Oke.fenokee. .- clUe here this afternoon shortly: after i ;
i local ei "I told one of his friends to tell for low-level shoes In both high and river banks very rocky Swamp, to Ellavtlle, to St. four o'clock by firing) a bullet .
him he was running four years too counties. In connection with our and thin same rock formation fol- Mary's, to Crooked River and out into his brain. He died instantly "
soon. Let me straighten up the work in clothing and sewing we lows out Deadman's Bay to deep at St. George's Sound; and the Despondency was said! to have
i Concerning Oar People Business and debts first and then let him go have another Interesting plan. One water of 33 feet Large sand reefs other from Orange Park south of prompted the act. yP
there and have a good time. girl in each community worked outa lid on each side of thin so-called Jacksonville on the St. Johns river, Glover, who was a native of 7
Progress of the County and Town. "During my years, we maintained design for a dress of green and bay, which In reality is only a southwest to Mlddlcburg, across Lake Butler, came here from Ala
the state government on forty-' white materiel" made the dress and curve in the shore-line. High seas, the northern end of Bradford coun- chua where he operated a filling h

----------------------- eight millions and during his, It i modeled In, it at council meetingThe which prevail in that locality ty, through New River, High station lie is survived by a wife '
III Q Z6 was one hundred and forty mil council voted on the dress whenever a moderate wind pro- Springs, across the Suwannra river and three children. Robarts Funeral
Buttorlck and Simplicity Patterns WEATHER REPORT lions. Somebody will say the difference which they thought would be most vails!!, has a tendency to wash this and out the Stelnhatch.ee river Parlors have charge) of the r '
at Stump's. of ninety millions was for I suitable and attractive as a club: send from the reefs and would fill at Deadman's Bay. body.
Compiled by Starke Branch, U. roads, but allowing thirty millions uniform dress. We will present the : up any channel that you might "Other routes desired surveyedby I II
"Star Brand Shoe are Better"- S. Forestry Department more he spent for roads than I did winning model at the state short construct and I doubt seriously if Individuals and civic organizations Moore Haven -- Bids. asked for \>I'.,
Get them at Stump's.Col. Week ending March 28, 1932. there U still a difference of sixty I' course in Tallahassee next June I a rock jetty would pervent its would start at a point on the construction of section of state
Date Max. Mln. Proclp. millions of excessive governmental competing with'designs presented washing Icto the canal channel. present designated survey line In road No. 67 between this place and
D. B. Knight attended courtin Mar. 23 03 47 1.36 expenses. And a man la Liberty by other counties for selection as I The water Is very shoal In this bay Bradford county and extend south Main's Corner ;
Macclenny Wednesday. Mar. 24 68 46 county told me the other day that a state 4-H club uniform. Of for 8 1-2 miles and the canal would westerly across Bradford, Ala- I!
Mar. 23: 73 47 all you have to do la compare the course we hope our model will be have have to be dug IT 1-2 miles in chua and Levy counties to Cedar Work on federal government ti
Col. and Mrs. H. V. Knight spent 'tar. 26; 82 BO appropriation bills of the two ad- selected as the state uniform. open sea before It would reach a Keys; and the other from a pointon physical survey of proposed ship .;
Monday in Jacksonville.Mr. Mar. :27 84 62 .02 ministrations to see which of us Fifty-one girls were present at depth to accommodate oceangoingships. the East Coast near DeLand and canal across north Florida to start "
Mar. 28 71. 49 asked more in taxes. our January meeting held In No islands are off the bay extend! due westerly to Port Inglls. soon.Jacksonville Times-Union. ,
and Mrs. B. Jacobs motoredto Mar. 29 73 39 The writers of the constitution Starke. At this time we awardedthe entrance and therefore no harbor Shorter Distance. Claimed r
Jacksonville Sunday afternoon.Mr. Total rainfall for week 1.38 in. meant that we should have a cabi sliver loving cup bought by faciltles could be obtained and, "The proponents of these routes rs ,
net form of government. Under the council to the club having the no land-fall afforded ships seeking contend that the distance would be '
and Mrs. R. F. Demorestwere Mrs E. M. Thomas, Victor my cabinet officer, the auditing department highest record for the year. This the canal entrance entirely out shortened considerably as compar ;.
visitors In Jacksonville Fri- Thomas and Edgar Wilkerson cost $18,000 In 1924 with cup was awarded to the Hampton of sight of land. ed with either of the routes now Gaiety Theatre r
spent Sunday in Jacksonville with not many Jobs but real efficiency. i club, my own-club;. You can be The Orange Jar*-Cedar Key being surveyed, that the cost of .
day.W. I her<< daughter, Mrs. J. B. Mills. During the last year of his admin sure wears prcoi4 of ite route has no rivers to cross and Is construction would be much lees; ,
M. WhItten of Ralford, wasa I istration the cost as a separate Our council Is-onljroltfht! monthsold 'paralleled by the Heaboard Air that there In ample water supply ''II
business visitor to Starke Tues- The Intermediate G. A.'s will department was $04,000 with many but I think:you will agree our I Line Railway for nearly the entire from lakes; that there Is deeper Saturday Apr. 2 :
day. meet Monday afternoon at the created jobs. progress Is satisfactory. We are distance, which would afford trans water at either Cedar Key or Port
home of their councilor, Mrs. W. "The tag department cost abouta looking forward to helping in every portation faciltles. Route 8-A has Inglis and that the strictly com-
Mr. and Mrs. Broward Lovell B. Mundy, Jr.,. at 3:30: o'clock. hundred thousand during my last way we can to strengthen 4-H no railroads paralleling. If and it mercial advantages of the water- HILLY LEUK'S lUG ,:, i ii
were visitors in Jacksonville Sat- year as a separate Messrs. J. J. Canova, Billy Graham with more Jobs it Increased to far greater '
urday. to construct one or spend Musical I Revue ; :' (
Buster Redgrave, Eldredge $469,000 the last year of his ad- Homo ImprovementBy considerable money on trucking "The construction of waterwayacross :
"The Gotuiard Lines of Beauty"See Robinson and Dr. R. W. Martin ministration."It ( Prevatt, Starke materials. Evidence was shown at the northern or the central TEN PEOPLE !I .: ,) .>),i
the Corsetw and Combination were In Jacksonville Sunday after- Is a crime to saddle upon Marguerite Club) the hearing to indicate that no part of Florida has been agitated f'il're'ty I .
at Stump's.Mrs. noon. the people of this state useless po rock was near the surface of the tor more than one hundred years. : > ''I'm',' '
sitions. If I am elected governor, I joined the 4-H club at Starke higher elevations on the Cedar Key It is estimated that the cost of a'' C'horun, Itonutlful Cmttumm I' "
W. M. Wainwright and Mrs. Mrs. S. E. Brownlee is spending' no position will be for the purposeof school In November, 1929, with route and that the soil was of ahlp canal of proper dimensions I -Frnturis TAP DANCING I .,ai,, .i{!:
H. C. Wall were visitors in Gaines- several days in Gainesville this:, strengthening a machine. Is Miss Pearl Jordan, as agent. At such nature as to be easily dredged would entail an expenditure of millions Blues Singers, MunleaJ \ I I'I ,
ville Friday. week with her son-in-law and: there any person in this audience each club meeting Miss Jordan : and even such rock as to be en- of dollars on the part of the Numbers 'I i I t..1,y I
daughter Judge and Mrs. A. V. who ever heard of any Cary Har- brought new thought and innplra-,' countered was of lime rock formation federal government which would be Satisfaction OuuronUwd : :::i'.t' .,
Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Mrs. Long. I dee machine? One of the finest tion to Improve our daily livIng. and easily removed.An offset by a considerable say Ii", \ \!
George Anderson spent Wednesdayin compensations that has come to Little did I dream that when the I' oil well is being drilled aboutsix ing In time and otherwise to steamship : l'rirect 1 i'I '{. J
Gainesville. Mrs. J. B. Sapp and daughter, me Is that there were no scandals scores were added on the Achieve- miles out from Cedar Key on operators between Atlantic : All School Children, Ilk >, ,I Ian .
Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., spent Mon- during my administration and the ment Day the next fall that I the line of route proposed and and Gulf ports.Jacksonville Adult. 3feSATURDAY I +.,I ;" +
State's Attorney and Mrs. A. S. day and Tuesday in Jacksonvilleat finger of suspicion never pointedto would score hlghiia, my work. This did not strike rock until a depth of r" '
Crews were visitors In Jacksonville the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. me 'In 'any 'Instance. If I go entitled me to trip to the state 60 feet was reached.For I I Southern Warehouse j I s
Saturday. Sykes. there again,''if will be that way short course in June, 1930; at Tal 33 miles from Cedar Key the and Forwarding Co., Inc., NIGHT: J I: '';; ;
again and when I get through I lahassee. Only ihose who have attended land Is very low and Is not above leased warehouse and adjacent: UONT Miaa: IT, :, j'
Misses Edna Hutto and Helena Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Mrs. will go back to Live Oak and for these' short .courses know storm tide levels for six miles out. pier and steamship slip, off Talley '< .%, ,
Prather spent Monday in Jacksonville N. D. Wainwright attended the the next four years I will not bea what they mean to a 4-H club girl.I A boat channel of from 8 to 12 feet rand avenue. "(i"!> .< i
shopping. session of the Florida Federationof candidate for any other office Anyway, I returned with a determination runs direct to the mainland from ; I "<

I Women's Club in Gainesville Strict Banking Laws to put more of the things I North Key light and it is only 13 Steam Pressing Company Phone 52 .r t ',
Mrs. E. S. Matthews is visiting this week. "Continual reference has been had learned Into practice and not miles from North Key light to S 1-2 ,
Mrs. A. M. Richard in Jacksonville I made to my being a banker. I have merely exist, but to have things fathoms of water and only 2 1-3 DRY CLEANERS : ;
this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Scott, Mr. three banks and I am going to keep around me as they should be. miles from North Key Light to : m'
Ceo. Blair and Miss Mary Also- them open. Anyone having moneyIn After consulting Miss Jordan I 3 1-2 fathoms of water along the Suits Pressed 25c Cleaned and Pressed SOct", \ 'ft'"

Coming to( the Woman's Club, brook of Oxford, were guests of any of them can go and get It decided to Improve my bedroom. If proposed canal route. This route Hut Cleaned and Blocked. J. Frank Thomun Prop. : cq
"Help Yourself" a musical comedyby Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto and fam- tomorrow. Would it be fair to a you had seen my room before I be- would run under the lee of the .' F' : :
local talent. ily Sunday.Mr. farmer or merchant to say that he gan to improve It, then afterwards, seashore reef almost entirely for \\ 'fI fIJ ofIi
couldn't run for governor because you would surely say there was net Its entire length for 134 miles, and r:
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenterand and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, another farmer or merchant had any resemblance between the two in my Judgment would not have to fl- -,- :1 M<: i,
Mrs. T. T. Long were In Jack- Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, Miss Martha failed. rooms. In my room I had four be jettled as very little current and il 'tjI\+: \
Brownlee and Miss Kitty Hogsed chairs box bed, dressed, chUTloner, 'i!( 1/ ''K
sonville Saturday.Mrs. "Twelve banks closed during my no wash exists. Seashore Reef has ,
attended the dress parade at the administration with deposits of machine., rugs, trunk, an old fash an iron beacon just Inside the pointat 1:,'' ::(Ii'
A. M. Darby returned Sun- University In Gainesville Wednesday four millions and sixty-five banks ioned family clock, 20 pictures and which the canal would enter and ',
day from a two weeks.visit in DLesnd afternoon. closed during his administrationwith hat boxes piled /;ound. Not say- this reef would a splendid protec TIP TOPGROCERY "
'" and Orlandov ..- .... -- -- deposits of -forty-eight millions Ing anything about the' other dust tion to the canal in heavy weather. j .
Misses Mona Alderman, Hazel i and yet he had the legislature catchers that were to be found Three large Islands afford splen--
Mrs. C. C. Hoppe'of Tampa, is Adkins, .Hazel Middleton, Alice there In 1927 and didn't do a thing around. Of course, these had to be did landfall for ships and also afford t :t ,:,
the guest of her sister, Mrs. O. L. Fernandez and Roslyn Jacobs, who about it. taken out. good protection to the harbor, "
Beasley this week. spent Easter at their homes here "I propose that the governor's My mother had an old rug stored which has been dredged out recently I" 1 ':'
returned to the F. S. W. C. In Tallahassee office shall have largely the supervision away so she cleaned it and helpedme and well marked with lighted ':l' ,
Mrs. R. V. Turner and daughter, Monday.. of this department, witha to put It down. I didn't have beacons and range lights. "
Miss Loiselle, were visitors in supervisor and adequate assis- enough money to repaper the I am of the opinion that the ca- t' ::
Jacksonville Monday.Mr. There will be a Junior Woodmen tance. Incompetency in a bank walls. The walls were cleaned and nal could be constructed for sev- "
Circle meeting at the hall Friday may break it. I want to see in I hope to repaper them later. I eral million dollars less on the 10"I'' \ .\.
and Mrs. J. C. Hover spent afternoon at 4 o'clock. All members laws the same rule I have in myown bought enough paint to paint the Cedar Key route than any other I' ; '
Sunday in Jacksonville with Dr. are urged to be present. There little banks, that Is that no( bed, dresser, chlffloner, table and route proposed.We 'iil' .J'
and Mrs.'James Chase. will be a class of candidates to notes of my own ever go Intothem" two old chairs which I rebottomed. would be pleased to take the 6:i
Initiate.-Mrs. J. L. Silcox, super They had been thrown away for engineers over this route both by 1 '
Miss Pearl Jordan spent the visor. junk. I got enough cream materialto land and sea and accord them ev till "
I
week-end in Jacksonville with Mr. I METHODIST make two aeta'bf window cur- ery facility for examination. We LOCATION BETWEEN HANK AND POSTOFFICEReal
and Mrs. F. F., Williams.Mrs. Judge and Mrs. George A. Gar tains. Colored cretonne was used only want the opportunity to show t '
and tie-backs. The ........ I,,
for valance
diner, accompanied by Mrs. RobertA. a you the advantages of the route ,
M. E. Edwards Is attendingthe Swift and Messrs. Hans Austin Church school, 10 a. m. E. K same material was used for the proposed and we feel sure the results I' i '
motored to Hastings Perryman, Supt. closet for my clothes.. I had enough would be the designation of 1
"
Edward Hall
Federation of Woman's ClubsIn and f v 'r '
Gainesville this week. Sunday, visiting Mr. and Mrs the Morning Son of Sermon, subject the : Jesus material left to make'a shoe bag' proposed route for survey. Good Rice 5 pounds - 15c :f 1'' ;' t;?.
Z. J. Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. W Mary, or Majcsctlc for my shoes.: I bought some wal- Yours truly, '
Blend nut and stained around the edge of T. R. IIODGES,
The laugh of the season comingto S. Yelvington. Young people's meeting 6:45: : the When I'removed all the '
rug. Secretary and Treasurer, Levy
the Woman's Club, "Help Yourself t

," a musical comedy.Mr. lunches Easter were egg enjoyed hunts by and the picnic children Mrs.eousness Evening Perryman of sermon the, aupt.Pharisee.If 7:30: The. Right pictures four thing for I needed the I selected roon was(\, and Now something reframed the only to Association.County Bronson Cross-State Journal.Canal Best Irish Potatoes, 10 Ibs. 15c 1'

and Mrs.. J. B. Price of in the following school rooms members received since Dec. put my books In. Miss Jordan sug larlanna.-lI. A. Manassa op- .
Quincy, were the guests Sunday of last week, the teachers of which 9th, 1931 are present they will be gested a window seat with shelves.I ened bowling alley next to local '
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin.State's were: Miss Olive Ray, Miss Estelle given the fellowship hand. made this from scraps of lumber I 1 ,, ';
.
Davis, Miss Madge Middleton, Mia The Cantata at the Methodist and painted it walnut to match theatre.CENJJ.PD Pure Coffee f 2 pounds d - 25 c .
Ethel Griffin, Mrs. Boree, Mrs. H. ,:.
Attorney and Mrs. A. S. church Sunday night, directed by the floor. Now can't you draw an 'j
Crews and Mrs. Edith Montgomerywere C. Ritch, Mrs. Broward Lovell and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins was a great Imaginary plcturet this room. It ,
In Gainesville Tuesday.Mr. Miss Eunice Perkins. success. Members of other choirsof think the cost I %
is lovely and just !
the city rendered valuable service was less than S.OO. Does club I, GRITS MEAL 1 10 Ibs. -17 .1; I ;+ '
and Mrs. H. C. Wall and Mr. Mrs. Robert A. Swift and nep- The large auditorium was work pay? Yes. or -
and Mrs. N. Sternberg were visitors phew, Edward A. Hall of New Orleans crowded, this being a union service I COLUMNFOR "

In Jacksonville Sunday. are visiting Judge and Mrs. of our city churches. Let us make .. ; f''"
George A. Gardiner and father, the service of the coming Lord's SALE-Collard plants, 73o:
Hamming Bird Hose In all the Major Hans Austin, prior to their day strong and useful. "I was glad FLORIDATH per 1,000. Daniel Letterman, one Lettuce Hard 2 heads15c } } ;
new spring hade* at Stump Remember leaving for San Francisco, Calif., when they said unto me jet) us go mile north one mile east of I. .i ,.. .1'l
they are guaranteed. where they will Join Mr. Swtft who upto the house? !the Lord" Wel- Starke; Box 34, RFD 2. It* f ."\
Fruit JEAT. R.E, f'
United .
is employed by the come. j J ', -
Order Eastern Star will meet Co., on one of their.new) passenger :. TIlE to set Young- po
next 'at steamship Antigua, received "G I" NE V1ttE.; FLA;;;: for next Tomatoes No. 2 2 for 15c
Monday nJg t..B o'clock. ships the Sal'lLsota-R., ..'B. Jones terry plants year's crop. can :Iijj.j:
the Masonic HalL Visitors Invited. which will sail from Boston :Mass., 'contract for construction of ser- 'I have the plants at reasonable ;! i
April 2nd on Its maiden trip. vice station to cost about $2,500 at PROGRAM WEEK MARCH SI prices. F. J. Pattee, Starke. It* i
Mrs.. o. L. Beasley and Mrs C. corner Eighth avenue and 14th '
C. Hoppe spent Tuesday In Gaines- Coca 'Cola plant be- street FOR SALE--Bamboo le a cane; ; L. ::
Inverness- .
ville guests of Mrs. Hart String- ing constructed on Apopka avenue TODAY Arber) 25c Vitae: ; Roses 2Sc and 29o BOc and; Oleanders 85c.: Milk, 3 tall or 6 small20c ; t :

fellow. for Mrs. W. T. Baxley nearing I Grading work expected to begin THE BROKEN WINO" "
A. E. '
furniture oil stoves. '
Some ''
completion soon on Fort Plerce-Sebring road.MIAMIFLORIDA With Lupe Vele*, Melvyn Douglas Dunham. It* a. i
One of the best musical comedies ; Leo Carlllo

coming of Starke.the soon season to,the"Help Woman's Yourself"Club, r Also"LURE JACK OF DEMPSEY TIlE KING"SATURDAY In FOR melon.SALE-Tlsawunder Large: and sweet.Musk-Seed-; Cheese, lb. -17c 1 |Butter;lb.w 25c .' L

or, 30c; 1-4 lb. $1.00, postpaid.
J. Tom White, Dublin, Qa. 3-25- '
Judge Hal Y. Milnes and mother, ; ':
.
PLAYGROUND" 2t.JUST
"THE YEAR-ROUND JAMES CAGNEY Gallon Pure LARD53c
Mrs. J. E. Malnes, of Lake Butler. t.
were guests of friend In Starke In RECEIVED Shipment of J t It p
Tuesday. HOTEL LEAMINGTON"MIAMI'S "TAXI"MONDAY all varieties seed beans and corn,
also fun line garden seed. Theseare
&" TUESDAY all northern grown seed and dt+
HOTEL" '
MOST POPULAR
The children of Mr. and Mrs. Lard,21kl5c81b.pail 65c
stock. Seeds -
-
are new are cheaper ;
Austin WInkler, Julia Warren and N. E. lat St. & 3rd Ave. WILL ROGERSIn
: II'II'"nUSI1't"ESS than for past twenty years.Get : ;
Mary, who have been mare stead
YEAR ROUND RATES$2.00$2.50$3.00.Single our prices before buying.
ily PLEASURE"Addedcharlt"TI.
improving Bros. Starke. 1-22-tf :
Brownlee ,
i.Chase Comedy BEST GRADE TRUE LOVE DESTFLOUR :r.l..i1.. .
:Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Saul and Mr. $3.00-$4.00-$5.00 UatM-Double A DAIL CASH MARKET-.12pt -
and Mrs. Erowa:"4 Lovell motored No Higher For hogs, cattle, horses, mules, BACONPound
to Alma. Ga., Sunday and spent All rooms with private bath WEDNESDAY milk cows and other livestock. If ji.

the day with rel:.tives Service, efficiency, courtesy, cleanliness hospitality, economy and WILLIAM IIACNE9 Poultry, second-hand wagons,
which the popularity of farm implements and tools. Buy,
-- honesty are the cardinal principles upon In 71hC 24 pounds 55c
sell trade here. National StockYards -
or -
little? ,. and Mrs. W. Marks and I the Hotel Leamington has been built j*" "ARE YOU LISTENING" 2118 W. Beaver street. 1< t

daughter <'it DeLand are Alfred Simmons, Proprietor J. Fred Brunner. Manager525L525i52525 With Alaulge Evans) .1 JacksonvillePhone 3-0730. 4-1- .
guests 1it
of Mrs. Ma.fc'a; parents Mr. {
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and Mrs. A. M. Dirty. 2 ZSE5E52.Z' 52525'c 'f: .' '*.?f.?' !'.

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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA K1UAY."
APRIL
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Demand i.! . .. ..
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And the Worst is Yet to Come- f HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES
J\\ FARM NEWS SECTION Lowering Costs of \VRUF FAHM PROGRAM 4

Prrfiicina Citrus Weekly from Ham Demonstration I 4 "The Voice *f Flerlda" i

,c 1 II l Specialist, Tallahassee
Conducted By 'fIyiotlnlr: rnnAlllnna Arm nd that I -.-+

.". "at o* pmrtMHw citrus bent / .
II / A new series of talks will!
.
I L T. DYER County Agent w* mil," "* nonnrt wonom'cM added be
to the
..... .. .... Eliminate Fatgue Florida Farm Hour
.
.tl, U r. **+It F. P' n-Al1'.kIt.Irottnrl.t ar
f MISS PEARL JORDAN Home Demonstration Agent with the Florida A Start each day fresh. Every from state radio station WRUF be-

task Is divided Into three parts ginning next week, the Florida
.. I prlmltural K:.ten.lon Service staMrtdrens. Ag.
..... In a rrr.t 1'10 (a) get ready; (b) do itl; (c) clean cultural Extension Service an.

f' Many Fine Talks Poor Containers rre. nnlnt.d, to mor cover crone! up. The end of each days shouldsee nounces. The farm hour is broadcast .

I ;. Are Scheduled ForHorticultural Cai'sc Heavy Loss "..d ..."I..tI'i .i.r ]*.s cultivation, and its tasks cleaned up. There is from noon to 12:45: eastern
I great rest value In beginning the standard time, each week
day,
-1"0"" / rtlli'otlon 1111 ways tow and
MeetWhen To Truck ShippersPoor I 11L
new day with yesterdays clutter professors with the Pharmacy and
"' ''r three co .f.. It arowers will
h out of sight.Arrange Chemistry departments of the University
"n''Ve full of the known funda-
\\ae
of the Florida containers and
members packing
poor will
your household tools to speak each
.. Wednesday
'n .,..1 facts. .lon< these' many
State HorUcultural Society meet cause Florida truck about
growers best advantage. Few women have medicines and practical
,
c o! i here April 19, 20, 21 for their 40th: heavy losses each year, reports "..t.' .tefuU,. practices will be ellm- the privilege of deslginlng the home chemistry

annual session they will find a pro- 't. Ft. Ensign, truck horticulturistwith in which they live. But every woman Following Is the schedule of

gram filled with practical, up.to- the Florida Experiment Sta- No citrus fertilizing= : program'' t 1/u : can arrange her "tools" talks for next week!

date discussions, according to the ion who recently made a studyf "\n be hiarhlv efficient withouti"h.rel or-1 C V&rT\ that Is her pots, pans, silver, linens Sat., April 2-;-Florida Farm
l
mounts "f
tentaUve schedule announced by Florida produce as it leaves the course 'I \ Ki brooms, brushes, etc. See to News and Hints. Farm Editorial

B. F. Floyd secretary. leld and as It arrives on the New -panic matter. This may comet I J It that they are arranged to save Snapshots.Mon. .

Among the list of selected "fork, Philadelphia and Jersey City rom a cover cron, native grasses ) the most waste motion. Every .. April Handling
'nd weed, or mov be hauled In | 1 1Fc5I Pigs
Is .J.V.. Jones Federal
speakers markets.
I unnecessary step creates unnecessary for Early Market-W. J. Sheely.
Farm Board W. W. Yothers, U. S. Much of the loss is caused by rom adlolning fields, but at least'hree o
tons of fatigue. Vaccinating: Spring Pigs Dr.
this -
materials dry A.
Department of Agriculture outstanding broken packages, due to poor con- Remember
I the fatigue eliminatIng L. Shealey.
should be
I workers with the Florida alners. overoackincr or too much 'veight applied per acre
it value of food. Eat when you Tues. t-The
"nnuallv. ) April Six
+ Expen lent Station, Agricultural bulge, and improper loading. In! Spotted
are tired but do not over-eat. Eat
He warned Mite on Citrus.!. R.
against deep plow- Watson
Extension Service and College of many cases buyers take advantageof
slowly eat in This is most
peace. Farm Box.
Ing and excessive cultivation Question
? ;i, Agriculture, and nurserymen, truck mixed grades and pay on the important.
limiting the beneficial effects' ofultlvatlon. Wed., April -Pharmacy In
the
from basis of the The
i ;, farmers and fruit growers every poorest one. gen- Dress
to holding in check the properly. Clothes should Days of Washington Dr. P. A.
i t section of the state. ral appearance of Florida producecompared r be both attractive and .
; of appropriate.Too Foote.
growth and weeds Keeping Ornamentals
grass that Free
Tuesday evening, April 19, officials with that from competIng -
many women lose sight of of Disease Dr. W. B.
compete with the tree for mois- Sklppy.
of the Experiment Station, areas is decidedly unfavorable,
ture. Less either one or the other of these Thurs. 7
cultivation also April
-
i' Agricultural Extension Service, Sue to many broken containers, usually Grazing Crops
;,, t results In a finer texture of fruit. -'" points. From the psychological for Hogs-W, E. Stokes. Impor-
; and made :
1t' : College of Agriculture, poorly or carelessly placed
Mowing often better standpoint, attractiveness In dress tance of Protein In
gives results Pig Rations-
Board will to labels and often
State Plant try a poor variety or
Is as Important In fatigue elimi-
ban cultivation. Dr. A. L. Shealy. Spuds Johnson
fs acquaint the visitors with their departments poor quality produce. .
nation as mere appropriateness.Many .
Former trials and abbreviated Visits the county
and tell of the work In some cases, Mr. Ensign said, agent.
,"' fruit returns have forced many women feel that they are Fri., April 8 -Quality Vegetables
they are doing.Wednesday we must change our varltetles to
j rr morning there will conform with consumer demands.A growers to apply only ammonia to -.ft--ve.lh!( gtcC '" economizing when they continueto In Good Packages-M. R.
their groves this spring. The next '( wear shoes all worn and rundown Ensign. Control of Moles and Cot-
Is the decided
be a special and seperate ornamental good example
step should be to apply the phosphate -------.--------- ---- ------- -- -- ----- at the heels; Insteada they ton Rats-Carlyle Carr.
section which will be followedin trend of the market for small,
for the in are paying and paying dearly. Florida 4-H
April to Program
year
of round firm and for the I
cabbage
the afternoon by a meeting ,
June. Then the Take time to rest when are The All-Florida
summer application you monthly 4-H
s. Florida Rose Society. At five Iceberg type of lettuce.
: the o'clock University students'will Our containers should be well of ammonia and potash \C MY GARDEN ] tired. In every home there shouldbe 'Club Program will be broadcast
should be a bed or cot provided where
ventilated and should be made In May or June you Friday evening. April, from 6 to
; participate in a military dress pa. strong,
, before the summer rainy season can life down flat without even the 6:30: and boys from Union and
; ;+' rade in honor of the visitors. easy to handle and store. There
egins. He also advocated trouble of turning down a white Bradford counties will tell
modified about
Talks ranging aU the way from are a number of good ones, but a (By Mrs. J. L Gaaklns .Lawtey, buy I really would be saying, how
spread. Learn to their
' the relax. Ten min- club work,
} ;. the home orchard to the most spec those that seem to be proving best program, applying of am- Florida.) am I to plant my garden this year?
'I onla in the spring and a 488or utes of real rest taken in time will .
t ialised citrus grove are scheduled. are similar to the lettuce crate 4-8-10 mixture in the summer I became Interested in 4-H work Then next Just what are we goingto often do more in fatigue elimina-
Important citrus topics to be discussed commonlly used In the West or a didn'ta.ttend do with out vegetables that we
and fall. Where a mixed fertilizer this past year although tion than 10 hours after you have Double Run
. ::, are fertilization, mulching sImilar, slatted, wire-bound crate program is followed and. a mIxture a club meeting, but still I grow. Well I guess everybody have become over-tired. _
_,' not! response to organic matter, recently used to ship sweet corn sev- ,knows what I do with this and perhaps Miss.. Boots Brown, Cor.
applied in the spring he advised grew a good garden, planting It l is firmly believed that with
t cultivation, refrigeration, Satsuma from the Alachua area. I they don't, that depends
of and can-
about a 4-6-3 or 4-6-8 applied In li eral kinds vegetables the elimination of those factors
culture, insects and diseases, and Mr. Ensign could find nothing I two hundred largely on the gardener or house AU day service was held at Sax-
April or May. Growers should take ning something over that lead to fatigue the home will
o j ,Important economic factors affect-, In favor of the bulge pack, but advantage of every opportunity to quarts for home use.. I didn't keep wife. Surely we all know to gather prosper and the family will be ton.. Sunday by Rev. Kirkland of

ing the Industry. says It is evident that this practice of this as I vegetables so fresh and nice from Jacksonville.
'ave by using high analysis mixture any record exactly happier. Women have it in their
r A number of talks about practical results in much of the improper or by materials hadn't bad the opportunity of get- the garden each day, but what I power to lighten their own fatiguein Church will be held at Bru hArbor
using cheaper
tung oil culture, the growingof loading and damage of the produce. that will give the results. Ing In touch with our county agentat about the surplus? Rememberhere innumerable ways that the average next Sunday by Rev. Sellersof

pecans and avocados, mangoes, Neither the grower, shipper, nor He also advocated the this time. This year I decidedto we too can save by sparringa housewife never tries. Jacksonville. Everybody is wel-
applying
I and other sub-tropical fruits will consumer receives more due to the her office ask her advice little work each day: Can your come,to attend.
fertilizer the covered visit -Ruby McDavid.
d" be given. Spevlal attention will be bulge, and the damage it causes Is the tree top on so that area the roots will by and ask her to cooperate with me surplus If you can't market them. Mr. J. C. Simmons was the guest

given to the horticultural crops of charged to the grower. They certainly will come in mighty of Miss Millie Judd Sunday after
of-
be able to take up more of the In this work, which she kindly Be ready, should be the poultry-
north and west Florida. < handy on rainy days, and don'tforget
plant> !nod. fered to do. Now for my garden, man's slogan. Clean and scrub noon.Mr.
to leave for seed for Buck the
FLORIDA FARMER MUST enough Starling was guestof
F there is nothing more Important or the brooder house and have everything
CLOSER MPACINGlEANS If should have seed than Miss Virginia
OUAGE HIS ACTIVITIESON It simply you more Brantley Sunday.
needed than a good garden adjusted when the chicks
i MORE PEANUT PROFITS WORLD CONDITIONS ; PEPPER DISEASES AND means health, wealth and hap- needed for your own supply It cer- come oft. Mr. Oswood Kersey was visitinghis

..4 FOR FLORIDA GROWERS CONTROL DESCRIBED IN tainly would mean a lots to give brother here this week-end.
piness. I never possessed any money .
(By Spuds Johnson) NEW STATION BULLETIN but each year I possessed a them to some poor unfortunate Mr. Harvey Woods was guest of
Peanut growers will find it much I person who failed to grow a gar- StarkBaird Hardware Co., of Mrs O. L. Kersey Monday.Mr. .
It's a far from good garden of which I am very
easier to increase their profits by cry pioneer days : den last year. Gainesville, to open branch store Earl Johns was visiting Miss

''f'' closer spacing than by the use of when the only roads were trails Pepper growers of Florida plants thankful.I Our garden is never complete here. Lois Starling Sunday night.

fertilizers, according to tests by nd every farm community was ire troubled with disease of one bear so many folks say, I don'tsee ,without few flowers to --- --- -------- .
a beautifyour -- -
: the Florida Experiment Station recently omplete Itself to the present when 'kind or another will be InterestedIn how I can plant my garden. I plot and furnish an abundanceof

he Florida farmer can get in his I' a new bulletin on diseases haven't any fertilizer; neither have
-
explained by W. E. Stokes, pepper cut flowers for our home and of
agronomist.He '!ar this morning and easily be in just issued by the Florida I any seed This is really a poor wish for flowers
course we always
advised planting the Spanish Washington, D. C., by tomorrow Experiment Station. This bulletinIs excuse, I think,. for If I should to contribute to the sick.

"'< type 5 to 6 inches in the drill, and Now know my story Is a poor
and airplanes make and look forward for a another -
passenger and Weber truck go by
the runner type 6 to 12 inches. crop disease specialist one but as I told you I've Just
freight hauling a matter of hours at the Experiment Station. I year I likewise would tell the
Peanuts
usually do best when took up the 4-H work and have
where it was formerly days or The bulletin describes the same tale. Now some of you may
planted on land that has rested, or sym- Just received my record book and
weeks. think and how can it be,
toms of the strange
4 I at least was not planted to pea prlnlclpal pepper diseases ,have received one visit from the
With the development of modern but listen, most farmers own a
,, enabling the to
nuts the year before. It should grower recognize I demonstration agent. Perhaps
civilizations, the farmers have laid them. Many of them are ; mule most of them own chickens
be well prepared.
next time I can do better
side their spinning wheels and and of them own a cow.
Illustrated. Control many
;( No fertilizer Is recommended for measures, .
their roller mills with which Look forward toward another year
they where known, are recommended.
runner peanuts, and it is doubtful Key West-Cornices and copings
if any will prove profitable on the made flour. Where they were formerly I Free copies may be obtained,,-save your fertilizer known as being set at new post office building -

Spanish type, he said. Sometimes able to make their own from' the Experiment Station,,'compost. You can put this to your which is last of work neces-
clothes, even having for and seed. Lateron
+ + the practice of applying 100 to 200 tanyards Gainesville. garden plant your sary to finish solid front of edi-
anlng leather with which to make after your garden Is growing
pounds per acre of or fice.
lanplaster proves profitable.gypsum The shoes and other articles needed The next National 4-H Club ra-I,,you can put a side-dressing of Chilean v ffl. C :

about the farm, they now buy mostof nitrate of soda to your gar 7
dio broadcast the NBC network
application of from 200 to 400 over TampBoard of Alderman approved -

I tic pounds per acre of a 3-9-3 fertilizera their clothes or at least cloth will come from 12:30: to 1:30: ,den at a very small cost. 10-acre tract of land at 22

week to 10 days before planting In town and cities. The old com- p m., EST, Saturday April 2. The'I Now for the seed question that Street and Buffalo avenue as site

;t has given a slight profit In Spanish out munity flour rollermills no longer turn U. S. Marine Band will play Ameri- lis a great problem too, as we all for negro park and recreation center

4: ,. fe peanut tests in west Florida. No of wheat. from the farmer's 'turn ca'. country dance music, and club know. I must say we can save .

a fertilizer baa proven profitable in folks from Rhode Island and New much there and have them whenwe

the central part of the state. With the establishment of fac- Jersey will speak. need them. Yes Uke my fer- Brooksvllle 129 cars of citrus

y, The Spanish type are usually orles, cotton mills, big flour mills, Florida stations to carry the tilizer, I save my own seed too and fruit shipped by two local packing

_R planted from April to July, and sell and so on, the former was able to program are WJAX, WSUN, have them ready for the next com- houses to recent date. The First Rule
in
Charm
t getting In the
habit of
; ; the runners from April to June. buying WFLA and WIOD. ing year. I don't see why we .

, The experiments show that the more. The fact that he could sell should go to any more expense Saint Johns Park-Bids will be

, f early plantings give best results. raw products was what enabled than really necessary these hard asked soon on proposed new fire Your teeth mutt ft>e ivory whit. and perfectly
him to before In its existence. It Is subject
. Sufficient cultivation should be buy manufactured products.As times. I know if I had all this to station for this place. healthy, to assure you a charming. _il..
$ time went on, the farmer to the whim of the buyer, the -

given to keep down weeds and found that his state of the market, the activities r. Of course teeth and that .
grass, but cultivation should be prosperity was I gum are m a ns -4...
closely dependent on the of the statesman, and the legislation condiUen need }i..i i
prosperity ,t., attention.
when the
spotted plants to
i begin of his city neighbors, and vice vera. of foreign governments. The Plants of
I bloom and bag down. A weeder And now, when farm products American farmer today must ad- Strawberry QualityWe
t/ run across the-rows Is most satisfactory -
i of most countries are going to the Just his activities to those of the

for the early cultivations markets of the world the farmer consuming and farming classes of have fine River Bottom grown berry plants RIGGSMEDICATED
while a Is usually used for
sweep "
i;, the last two. ball found himself affected by International other lands state certified and fine as grown. Missionary, Improved -

conditions. As Asher AU of which means that we
U Klondike .
1000, $2.25; 5000, $11; 10,000,
Hobson of the U. S. Departmentof must not only learn how to produce

," |\&,:,,. ,WOULD HONOR WASHINGTON y Agriculture says: economically, we must also $20. Blakemore new and fine, very productive TOOTH POWDER I

* '" "The welfare of the farm business learn business and about market- earlier than-Missionary or Klondike, twice as pro-

l 3.A a memorial to Washington, it has become Increasingly dependent Ing. .We must keep constantly Informed ACTUALLY
.tboo
by ductlve. $3; 5000, $13; 10,000, $25. Buy your f
has
;r been suggested that agriculture upon Influences quite beyond about conditions. Z..PREVENTS :1:1Its

f ;A, be restored to something of the control of the farmer. plants through my agents, Brownlee Bros., Starke, PYORRHEA :

r t ,! .',7 the position ft enjoyed when Agriculture is more vulnerable, G. W. Roberts, Lawtey. If you can't see one of strong antiseptic

II. Washington was the nation's outstanding cnomlcally speaking than everwand qualities kill mouth germs
.;" t; farmer. them order direct, but be sure to buy our quality cleanse the teeth leaving them strong and firm

1't.;,, "Washington was known to be a plants. Catalog free for asking. We can ship and the gums hard. What it haa done for othara
'
tt f'! ; :'I' progressive farmer." said Liberty, Astrochain. any day now you want plants.J.A.BAUER. it ass do for you. y

i l' in an editorial recently. "He was f

ii1 9, ;:j., always searchlngs for means of
/fv
ff.': 1' Improving his products*, One

I '" reason was his dream of an empire -

'"'.r '" west of the Alleghenies, made TESTIMONIALMouth
TilE STRAWBERRY PLANT
MAN
' !; ; up of thousands of farms and its ah.T.

:.I .k _'t In his last message to Congress be w JUDSONIA. ARKANSAS in horrible condition.

Y It. recommended the establishment oft l Teeth
* y very loose. Pus around
,
a Board of Agriculture. What .----. -- --

W, ,; j; greater memorial could the bicentennial the guma. Received reliefat

r,1 7; year of 1932 bring to _....... a-w ...., .. ..., You'll know how once. Guns now healthy
Washington's memorial than the r yesr lot wd..111.s. never gooda and firm.

'J( b ;4 rehabilitation of agriculture, thus .a -.l hrs.w.dr Quickly BleachesMuddy cigar can be until you
i' l; In _..........."--0.11.-_ Z. H. SIMMONS
assisting back .
bringing the
4 pros- -p h 5-. .. -..... .. -..r.rtw..N Skins have smoked a Pine
,,! parity that we all are so earnest. Castle Fla.
po U wsw lialt .I. .... BSyiBr V OK B
f'; 't 1 ly seeking." .. ..._ e.. __ Dull ordinary appearances vanish I qSJfl I

,1 '' r-. ..... .. e-w rw.ar at blemishes and defective feature jjVVASft ,.
,
;t +, The proper control for downy w d. 5..LJI. p .......... are forgotten under the lure of the .

'.:'J '1 *. mildew of cucumbers la to spray .. r ,... 5.e ..4 bewitching beauty instantly ren- NOW

t i with 4-4-60 bordeaux mixture the ..-..a.HAROLD.- ,. ....._ dered. Beneficial in correcting : SAME SIZE ( SOLD BY j
I ; :? state tan flabbiness. freckle, wrinkles. i
Experiment Station
baa MORE HAVANA -
y __ ; found. C. WAL1INSURANCE GOURAUD' "

"(, Miami Mirado 0 Court Apart- ORIENTAL Delightfully MILD t: Corpening s Drug Store'


I' meats Inc., granted charter to operate STARKE. FLORIDA CREAM I 1. Lewis Cigar Mfg. Co., Newark, N. Makers Rlgga Medicated Tooth Powder Co. Orlando Fla'I'I''I' -

at 46 West Bhurch street. w1,1.. 51.a,... /l..w t h.rr

\)I"I'I'I'I GAINESVILLE CANDY CO., Gainesville, Fla.

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APRIL 1, 153:: 19RATWORil COUNTY TF.I.EOR.\rR. f'TA1tK1l'. n.owrm.-) r.\OJl: FlEVllJ1\f

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corrupt, and where thieves break rREBYTKIUAN In about 1,461 would be thus handi- :\orifH TO( niiTons AND: CHKI. Plorldn. that. this Board on behalf of
: salt Ulnlrlct do Issue and sell uondnn
through and steal: But lay up for capped.BOOTSEY'S. iron the amount of H.OOO.Clo for th

: 1 / 'ourselves treasures in heaven, Services Sunday, April 3, as fol. _u__ ______.__ Notice lit hereby ft-lven that .1) .uriM>.*e an stated In said petlttoi
: d reillti' >r.., l 1.If"I.( ..-.., distributees. amnil above referred to.
cr .ti1 fit ewe where neither moth nor rust doth lows: person naMnir ,olatn again He. It Further Resolved, that salt

<. corrupt, and where thieves do not 10 a. m. Sunday school J. M. the ....1.0. of 11 H. Humphrey, de bonds shall b* In the denomination ,
? ,'\\\\h\ BEACH conned. are hereby ""'III..h'd to pre' .if ll.nouoo each, that bond shall ,
break through nor steal: for where Truby supt. Bent their claims. to the llnnorublOeo. tear date of June let, 1133, with In- I, I
your treasure Is, there will your 11 a. m. Morning worship sermon L. Gaefclas, Co.. A. Oitrdlncr. county judge oIiradford erest thereon at the rate. of m per ),
'thy word is a lamp onto my fed nt i light IDle my path.-Fialm 119:105.: county, Florida. for his. up ,(*nt per annum, payable, on the let I Iday
heart be also. Matthew 6 19-21.
: the The
by
pastor. Holy .
prove! within on. year from AprllZRighteousness communion of, the sacrament of Misses Ruby and Mildred Ches- hereof. or thin notice. will bo. hold li of each :year, and such bond..
.
:71' : :iorbiwf All religious teaching bar thereto and all persona. Indebtedto to: b..came due and payable aa foluw .
,..:;hr :ua: J'J31tB.' creed il they are to hive any aim Brings Rejoicing: the Lord's Supper will be observed.The ser entertained a large number of aald. mint are roqueftted to pal .: ? ,

the love, )loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with When the righteous are In authority pastor and session earnestly their friends Sunday afternoon their mid debts forthwith to thundersigned < one Thousand Dollars. on lone lat,
executor.J11MSl 19J3, and one thousand dollar
the icon teachings of Jeaua the Christ whose words l fit into every fold and crevice the people rejoice: but when urge a full attendance of the memo with an Easter egg hunt. About This 1I1h day ot M.r'h. A. 0 1932A. Juno let of each of the :year lOss nn } '

of the human heart, and of whom it was said in John'7:46 "NEVER MANPastors the wicked beareth rule the people bership at this sacred service. "Do fifty-two attended this affair and 8. (CRIIWS to 1141, Inclusive, .
I SCxecutotCoMMIasIONeat'5 : The principal and Interest of said
SPAKE LIKE THIS MAN mourn.-Proverbs 29: 2. this in remembrance of me.Jes'ua : reported a nice time. bonds shall b* payable at the officeof

of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to tue this detriment April 3 Mr. and Mrs W. R. kersey and : BAI.M the. llannrcr National Bank In
the City of New York. Slat of New 1'
for new of church activities organization and announce- Right Reasoning-Let us reason 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor. family of Vanderbilt spent Sun. Hereby notice I* given that undei York.. t u

?,.? .. Space freely: given and no charge made the only requlremefttIMIIDIr together aaith the Lord: though Topic "Why do we have a Church." day here the guests of Mr. and said by virtue of that. certain decree n.. It Further Hseolved' that an ;

that uch Item reach this office before Wednesday: morning your elis be as scarlet they shall 7:30 p. m. Evening- worship, song ;Mr.. R. N. Crawford. A mad 11. and 113,entered by the on Hon February A. V. Ixmc 16th called election to b*b and* held the same.at the!la hereby schoolhouse

otherwise they cannot bo handled for current Issue., be as white as snow-Isa. 1: 18. and sermon. Miss Frankie Lou Murrhee at. Judge Pro llao Vice of the lath Judicial In Hampton. Florida' on the {
meet. : 1 Circuit of Florida l In and forBredtord 19th day of April, 191, to determ- ,
April 4 The annual congregational I tended the hunt at the
egg given county. In Chancery, In Ins whether, said, bonds shall b* Issued '+
.F I those above calling; the firmament Safe from All Evil-The Lord ing will be held in the church Wednesday I home of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Starlnga that certain. .. partition. milt. wherein a. herein described and thai ,

: SUNDAY SCHOOL heaven; gathered the waters of the shall preserve thee from all evil'he ; evening April 6, at 8:00: at Greenwood Sunday after- Joseph the Iiradford. R Wilson. County. aa Rank lliiuldator, a corporation fur .at nuhmltted such election shall b the* "Kor question Uonda"to b orlIaln. *

LESSON I II earth together and called them the shall preserve thy soul.-Psalm o'clock. Reports from all depart. noou. I In complainant 1 and Scary "'\ .' Hnnde +
Seas and the land Earth. Then 7. will be Crawford. et el. are d.lendents.# th"un".n.d It 1* Further Resolved that there ?;;;'
I i dry 121: ments of the church given Miss Willie Mae Reddish attend. will" cell to the highestand tie appointed the following mana- {
-- God commanded the earth to bring April and officers elected for the church' ed the egg bunt given at the homeof beet bidder for cash In front of gore: M. I. W..r."". O Hayne '

FOR APRIL 8, 193Z forth grass and herbs and fruit Fear Destroyed Fear thou year beginning April 1st. After the : Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle In the Bradford,South county door of, In the Starke court, house Florida. of, and clerk Jeff of Bald Perry lctlon.and I. J. Wynn. ae

trees, "and it was so." On the 4th not; for I am with thee; be not business session a social hour will Greenwood Sunday afternoon. on Monday the 41 h day of April, A It 1. Further. lleaolve and Or,

Subject: God in Creation. day God; separated the day from dismayed; for I am thy God; I will be enjoyed at the manse. Refresh. I Rudolph Chism and Charnle Yar- t>. 1191, the, during following; the deeorlbed legal. hour land ofsale dered b. published that the In foregoing the Iiradford resolution County ,

Genesis. the night creating the greater strengthen thee yea. I will help ments will be served by the members borough of Vanderbilt spent the lying and being. In acid Bradford. Telegraph, a newspaper published '

Golden Text: "In the beginning light for the day and the smaller thee yea I will uphold thee with of the Woman's Auxiliary. week-end here guests of Robert County, Florida to-wit in Iiradford County, Florida.. andpubllcstlnn
HW4 of NU* and HWVi of SWVi b* for the period of four
God created the heaven and the I light for the night, and these the right hand of my righteous A cordial Invitation to all our and A. J. Crawford. and NWV, of anti of Section It. consecutive week, beginning on the

earth. Gen. 1: 1." lights ruled over the day and night. ness.-Isa. 41: 10. services extended to all. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Norman and Township 6 Mouth, Range II Ka..t, hIt nf March, 1811, there be-
J M '''\OWNLFJF1N. lug no newspaper published In said
Time: In the beginning.The I Then God commanded that fishes Aprile daughter, Cleo and Mr. and Mrs.L. I". WAINWHK1HT Special Tax "School Ulatrlut. No S.

lessons of the coming quar-I come Into the seas and waters and The God of Peace-Now the God BAPTISTSunday M. Murrhee, were visitors to J, M.S.ALVARKZ.B4Bt4l. .. II 1>. MAY
I CommhisioneraNOTICII Chairman Hoard of Puhltu Instruclion '
ter cover-"The period from C'I birds and fowls Into the air of peace-make you perfect lit ovary Starke Tuenday. of Iliadford County Florida.. ..'

4004, to about B. C. 1706, or a little And God made the beast of the good work to do his will.- school at'10 a. m. A. J. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jones and Of APPLICATION FOR ATTKSTiA.(HIOAI.I] I t

more than 2.000 years. The events earth after his kind, and cattle after Hebrews 13: 20 21.April Thomas supt. One hundred and son, of Melrose were visiting Mr. TAX I KE1> .: J.: OftiFFIIit.

Included are the original creationof their kind and every thing that C 7 twenty-seven present last Sunday. and Mrs. W. C. Chesser Sunday. Notice la hereby given that Col .Superintendent of Ilra.ilrord Hoard. nf Public Instructlon .

the world and Its later preparation creepeth upon the earth after his Thy Keeper-The Lord is thy Worship at 11 and 7:30: p. m. Miss Pearl Jordan and Mrs. L. I W. T. Weeks holder of tax certlf-. and ."-..re"'lo, Secretary"' ('ountyFla". or said. ", '

in Its present form. Includingthe kind; and God saw that It was keeper: the Lord Is thy shade upon Communion at morning service A. Da"ia of Starke were visiting teat S. h No.... flied 92. and said.day certificate of July, In A my 1)I9 Hoard l.ll-tt'4-II t'

creation of all animal and vege- good. thy right hand.-Psalm 121: 5. I B. Y. P. U. at 6:30: p. m., Vera here Thursday afternoon. office' and made. thereon application In accordancewith for. tax MAftTKH'S' *"I.. r '" i
deed to Issue
the failure of man In 1
table life; "And God said Let us make man .
.
Claire Robinson president. law. HaM certificate embrace Notice I I. hereby given l that under '
the first great moral test; and the in our image after our likeness: SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTThe Midweek service Wednesday at TRAIN'\ SCHEDULE the following described. propertysituated and by virtue. of a final. decree *f t
lives of Abraham Isaac Jacob and end let him have dominion over In Bradford county Florida. forerloaure. made and rendered. by
7:30: p. m. to-wlt:tNorth the Honorable A. Z. Adklns./ judge
Joseph; and one great purpose, after the fish of the sea and over the World's Conversion Last Sunday large audiences) en- Our schedule changes March 9th half of Southeast quarter nf the Circuit. Court of the Seth Jullclnl .?.

giving the account of creation fowl of the air, and over the cat 1. What did Christ say would be Joyed the Easter program at 11 a. and trains will run as follows: 'nf Townehlp Northeast 8 .Huuth quarter Hunice, s."tlon"SO Uitst. Circuit of Klorlda.In In and forItradford j V!I'
county, Chancery, date: +
/
seems to be to trace the course of 'le, and over all the earth and the condition of the world at His m. and the baptism of ten candidates Southbound locM No.1. due The asseiament. of said. property. February. 'Uh, 1131. In that certain t" /'' '
sin and to reveal Its nature. that second coming? "As It was In the under the said. certificate Issued was cause therein lately pending b*. ,!
over creeping thing at 7:30 The church Starke 11:12: m.
every m.
: p. p. In the name. of Julia Unndwlne.Unless tweet the Federal Land Hank of Coluinbla j V
Along by the side of the course creepeth upon the earth. So God days of Noe, so shall It be also In was decorated with Easter llllles, Southbound local No. 11, due eald. certificate shell be redeemed plaintiff,. and O. W. Harry. ,

of sin there runs an implicationand created man in hIs own Image. in the days of the Son of Man." Luke very beautifully arranged. Starke 0:35: : a. m. will Issue according thereon. on to the law 4th tax day deed of and Mattie. Hurry the. undersigned, his wife, ,et who al. i I I I I 'f ,

a promise of redemption. the Image of God created he him; 17:26.: See also verses 2730. Southbound limited No. 107 due April A. D 1532. .1.f.n".nt.1 n appointed. aa special I ,
Another broad purpose of Gene- male and female created he them." 2. How was it In the days of -. LEAP YEAR Starke 10:28: a. m. haled thl 'lit day of March A, D. master It, Chancery: to execute the ii't I

ate is to show the Importance of "Man's chief distinction lay in Noah? "And God saw that the Southbound limited No. 191, due UU, O. W ALi. >pIlhtAN': of came April, will 1(11( on a, rinrlnir Monday the, the local. 4th hour day ijot ij\,,1, I,

man. He was the only creature his likeness to God: wickedness of man was great in Stark 11:00: m. Clerk. of Circuit t'n..t.T.dto..d ale. before. the court house door,
It a divine The fact th..t the earth does not p. County, Florida. In Ml ark.. Florida, sell. to the highest ''r""
made In God's Image. was Immortal 'soul' the earth and that every Imagination Northbound local No.2. due 3.4.6( 4.1.NO'rt'Id
((1)) 'living or ; make revolution around the nun and best bidder, for .,cash the
tribute to man when God gave ((2)) an intelligent being; ((3)) with' of the thoughts of his heart a Starke 5:19: a. m. Following described lands. situated 11 I ltii

him the power of choice. From i conscience; (4) with a personal. was only evil continually And In an even number of days has Northbound local No. 12, due OF 1 '.toJ( T'()* I Florida lying I and to-wlti being In. Bradford county, y ; ., r.y.
caused 1 much dlfflcultv in makinga
the first God gave man the chanceto ity; ((5)) with a will; (6) with morel the earth was filled with violence." 'Starke 3:31: p. m. At a special meeting of the. Hoard. CI) tlo"l h.a.t quarter. of South.'t i'V i4
calendar that would hold Rood nf Bradford east of Hen, '
Instruction
with himself in his of Public quarter 14, Twp. T. ;
co-operate righteousness; ((7)) with affec Gen. 6511.: over say considerable length of Northbound limited No. 108 due County, Florida which upeclal meet Mouth Han*;* 19 East; ,f''J
work in the world. God made the tlons-wlth; all these qualificationshe Note-In a sermon delivered at Starke 0:06: p. m.Wannee. In*; was. held. pursuant to. call of (8) Southwest' quarter. of Southwest ''. "it. j
Adam time. In fact such a calendar' has which all member had personal. nn- quarter of See. 11, Twp 7 Hough .
he Bishop
garden of Eden but gave made ruler of all the Savannah Ga., Dec. 2, 1912. Branch j'
<
was
never been devised but the one in tic, on the 14th day of March 10.18, Itange 19 East; I ,
the charge to dress It earth. A. W. Wilson (Methodist) No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m. there being preeent at such meeting (8) Northeast quarter of flout*. \It f
So It Is clear that from the beginning said Old Rome In her worst days present use Is accurate enough for M D. May. A. I'. Burrency and J., "1'. .aet quarter: Northwest quarter of ';
"The theory of evolution traces : practical purposes.In and No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. Moor. member, and A. J. llrlffls. Southeast quarter; Houthwect' quarter I l ,i"'
the earth was prepared and the stages of creation from the never harbored such conditions of dally except Sundays. Hecretary. of she board the follow. of Moutliea quarter. ., Northeast I:'
equipped for man's use and that It lowest organisms up to man but vice as are prevalent in our highest reforming the calendar In 47 T. J. Griffin Agent. Piiw' among other proceeding. were quarter of Southwest: quarter, and ((i '' t IJ
Southeast 1
of
quarter Nouthwestquarter 4
remains a field for his activities In !stops! short of that which makes social circles. Never at any periodof B. C., Julius Caesnr considered a had to-wltt I IM..mh..r !Surrency! presented a all In Hec 11, Twp. 7 South., I .'

co-operation with God. Even In man what he is; it cannot accountfor the world's history has the moral year to be 365 1-4 days so he add Blue Boa Schedules resolution and upon motion of Member Itaiiws 11) Kast.. Containing In aaarewat '' "t! p

Genesis God's purpose to provide his soul. 'Why have the lower stratum been so thin or so low. ed a day every four years to take Daily effective Jan. 1, 1932. Hurrency J. T. ,Moor resolution, seconded was by put Member before with the* no.pu..t.n.nc.acres. Raid sale t* .)')!". t4''"
,
redemption from sin is clearlyseen. 3. How did Paul characterizethe up the fractional excess. But the the board. anil .all mmber. voting h.t mail pursuant. to said decree t. ,{J i isatisfy .
animals painters no ""
no poets no ,
9:19
Northbound 5-03 r
: a. m. : a. .
." prophets no apostles, no literature last days?' "This know also true year Is only 365: days 5 hours m., 1:59: p. m., 4:59: p. m,, 8:19: p. adopted Ay and, Maid none revolution\ resolution being wee In the ..m..1'1 sad. K. eriD''RYM'N: :t';

The Book of Genesis Is said to no churches no worship? Simply :hat in the last days perilous times 48 minutes and 45.!51 seconds, so word. and figure a* follow: Aa Special Master. In Chancery: 1'"mt,
m. Vlt
of In the course of time the Julian Whereue. at u nieetlna1 of thin HAYTON, UHAY, ,
be Interpretation ,
the "religious because they are not created in then shall.come. 2 Tim. 3:1.: Southbound-9:34: a. m., 12:34: p. board held on the 14th day. of March, Hollcltom' for Complainant, \ 1

history." +tl n .. of God in the special sense 4. What did he say would make calendar based on a year some 11 m., 4:34: p. m., 7:34 p m., 12:00: a. 1932, there we. presented: a petition; Onlnesvllle, Florida.l.4At.4.1 '.m\ ,r ;1
... of / _
lesson the minutes too long became more .n.. *! Kv more than 8ft per cent "
Today's begln"In In'which man la'," those times perilous? "For men m. the- qualified i elector. who are- free. %4 4BlcsOLCTlus !T 1
beginning God created the heaven In verses 28-31 of the lesson God shall be lovers of their own selves, and more inaccurate. To correct holders, residing within the territory 1 '1r; ; w,

and the earth." Upon that. short blessed the human beings he created covetous boasters proud blasphemers this Pope Gregory In 1582 caused Tickets and Information next at to dial Tax known Hchool and 1 deelffnated DlHtrlct :No.ai I Hp of.- At a special meeting of the. Mnarrlof i l' t
Smith's Service Station 'I,
With- be from the calendar I'llblIn Instruction of Iiradford
statement all else is based. 10 days to dropped
and gave them dominion over disobedient to parents, Bradford County, Florida' praylimthl County Florida. which meet "; }t'
courthouse special ,
election !
and modified the rule call to d-
the also Hoard to
out argument it assumes ex without nat an ,
all the earth and all creatures unthankful, unholy whether. said school district Inw wa held pursuant tn call of
istence and supreme power of God. herein and the use of all plants ural effectlon, truce-breakers false for leap years by emitting the extra hell tarmln issue bund In the sum of $7- which all member had personal no. I I''

"Genesis" Is a Greek word mean- eeda and fruit; and God saw that accusers incontinent* fierce, despisers day from ending year of each Closing; of Malls 00000 for the purpose of acquiring, there lice, on being the 14th presenr day at of such March meeting, till: .t''' E'I)'

Ing "origin" or "beginning" fBis h '11 h. hud made was good and that of those that are good century except those exactly divisible Sooth otherwise building. enlarging improving, furnishing bullAlnve,; or orschool II D. May A. II.. Currency. and J. T.Moor h,, ,

is the first book of the Bible was sixth day. Then followed the traitors, beady high-minded lovers by 400. No. 11. parcel post and letters excluelv ground of public or for free any schools other Secretary* members. of said, and board A.the J. Irlffls follow., i'. f /Ii

of the Prantateuch the Five BOOKB, .o.bbuth-a day of rest and wore f pleasure more than lovers of Thus the year 1600 was a leap' 9:15: a. m. within said use Special Tax School L>ln- Ing among other proceeding were '

known as the law. God having a form of godlinessbut year while the years 1700, 1800 No. 107 letters special deliveryand trlct to be used by the whit children had Member to-wlti Rurrenny. p."nt.d. l':
ship.Belief of eald district' and this Hoard
The early condition of the earth in the first chapter of denying the power thereof. and 1000 were not; 2000 will be special handling 10:00: a. m. Ifhvlnc duly considered said petitionand resolution and upon motion of Men ':

-the firmament is stated in verse Genesis as to God creating the versen 2-5. leap and so on. Even with this North the facti dated. therein and havln Hurrency her J. T. Moor resolution, seconded by Member r'\
wa put beforethe 1V
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two of the lesson-"And the earth world and all things I la necessary : 0. Are things 'to grow better or correction there will be an error No. 12, parcel post and letters signed l << de'ermlnvd by more that than said in per petition cent of lel I board and all members voting ",!ft'f,

was without form, and void; ....... ',o any religion based on God or I worse before the Lord comes?' "But of one day in 3323 years a discrep- 3:15: p. m. the qualified\ elector l residing; insaid adopted Aye: and sold none resolution Nay, resolution being wa la V ; *+

darkness was upon the face of the Christ. I evil men and seducers shall wax ancy hardly great enough to worry No. 108 letters, special deliveryand and Special that the Tax Issuance School District of bond Not a. word. and figurer a.* follow: ,:. i"I f

deep. And the Spirit of nod r" worse and worse, deceiving and about. special handling 5:30: p. m. prayed for therein. la necessary, and board Whereas held,on at the a 14th meeting day' of nf March this (\(4K

upon the face of the waters. There DAILY BIBLE THOUGHTS being deceived. Verse 13.-Continued One disadvantage of leap yearis Night mall closes at six o'clock.No. that said the. law petition It l is, fully therefore. complieswith .1(41 there. wa. preesntml a petition

came a time when "\.n i next week. that persons born on February 1, due at 11:12: p. m. Resolved: lly this Hoard of Public signed by more than IB per u.nt of .
the f.
there be light; and there was April 1 29 have a real birthday anniversary No. 2, due at 5:19: a. m. Instruction this the 14th In day special of March meeting. 19U.on holders qualified. residing lctur within who the are territory free. "I I

light." I Make Your ChoIce-Lay not up Panama City-Smith Furniture only once In four years-If that Wannna Branch that It I I. expedient. and for the beei Tax known. School and designated, a. Hpclal *- : I .

Then in verses 7-23. God separated : ror yourselves treasures upon Co., moved to new location on 4th la a disadvantage. Based on the Mall closes 7:00: a. m. Interact of said I Special Tax School a Hradford. County District Florida. ,No.praying S of t
1 of Bradford County,
the waters on the earth trom I earth where moth and rust doth and Magnolia. law of averages, only one person Mall arrives. 2:40: p. m. District No. this.. Hoard, to ...1.. election. to tie.termlne 't"' '
--- whether said school districtshall \
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Issue bond In the rum of IT. 'I! f' (s,
000,OO far the purpose of acquiring, ,J'

DOROTHY DARNIT Charles McMcinus otherwise building. enlarging Improving, furnishing building. or 0"0 1 p j I'' .
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school ground or for any other ,,,\
exclusive use of public free schools I i ,
within said Mpcclal Tax Hnhnol Uletrtut .
HELLO r'oroTIt 5ALA.f-tY 'Vl\ DO VOO THIWK, < to b* used. by the whit children y $
C
,I. YOUR S'STEft PD TO NINETY 5HE. COULD GET 'rHOIl1 of said district, and thl* Board ,'.5
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having duly considered said. ,
Eo ? RS A WEEt< : SALARY 0""! MY. ?; HeW WOULDLle .and the fact slated therein. and petltloa hav V )
ing determined that said petition I* "( '
I'M
1 GOING TO ; y YOU signed by more than II per cent of

hLL HAVETo
44 SHE. coul.optl-r I, and that the Issuance of bond mm }
ASK HER FIRST :; 'r prayed for therein. I.1 neceeeary and Sri" I ILh.t
said. petition fully compile. '
;: with the law. It Is, therefore ) );,
Ueaolved: liy this Hoard of Publle :
G Instruction In special meeting oa ';b 1
this the 14th day of March 1t8l.
le C that .It I* expedient and for th. beet ''
CN In'....(. of said Hiieclal Tax School
District No. V of Bradford County, '(
Florida, that this Hoard on behalf of I ,
aid. District do Issue and sell bond
In the amount of 11.000,01) for the
r' e purpose a* stated In said petltloa ', j{ W{
F
'4 'k above referred toII .
It Further Resolved that said!
Q, t bond hall b* In the denomination 'f
of 11,0011.00 each, that bonds shall ,
bear date of June let, till, with Interest ,
t thereon. at the rat of IM percent % ? '
per annum payable on the let
day of June, and the 1st day of O*.
camber of each year, and such bond. t,

... 9 -.....- C.rIICM to low become: due and parable aa ,.t. vyl ;

__ On Thousand Dollar on June 14, i V I
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June let of each of lh. years III tl i, VtV !
to 1141, inclusive
By L. F. Van Zclm.Putty Th principal' and Interest of said. ,
"THE MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" bond shall b* payable at the office {hf 44d
of the ".nov.r National Lank m 1
the City of New York. State of New
York. ,r
I STICK rr. tie It Further Resolved thai an rF i V
}Buzz: HCN .. I'LL election b* and the same I I. hereby '
rn. 'T called. to b* held at the euhool + y'I u.
MAIN 1T6 CATCH "YOURMAT 1 JE B house In Hampton, Florida. on the
15th day ut 1K31, to determine
LEADINGfncuirnon\:)\ NEVSOapGR I whether ::''dllb shall b* is.sued -

a* herein described and thai %
/ \ GUMAHTCKD ( li at Such election the question to be
't 30ST OFFICE GINtQAL; 9TORtREPAIRED : .aubiniued shell b* "For Xionda'* or'Altainet
SHOP SHOP I 1I0nd.It .."
CORA COSTiniC'5 9WUTY 'f : I. Further Resolved that there t
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be-
YOU MAKtt LP YOUR MIHD- appointed th. following. maoagere.
: M. l. Wattersun. o Mayne.
"roLL[ MAKE" UP YCXA tACC. and Jeff ferry and I* J. Wyoo, as
I tJOrIDGR MOW 1 ot1'T KMCTWBUT, clerk of said election.

ACTSR Tire COOO OC MUCM THAT new I'll BURL rr GOING It la Further Resolved and Or- i1'ftl' '
DETrIGSNIPGLES T1 nooe i COMMA 1b BE ovrR MO' derd that the foregoing reeolutlon .
QQBACtc(: .
BUTCUER.SHOP : Pr / NAaa / be published In the Iiradford County
COST HZ. GORBACK.X MEAD .
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HAD BEEN U$ ALHK3WTBUTCUER Telegraph a newspaper published
CD In Bradford County, Florida. and 1 i *> .>
B RRE., A f4U1'1S&2 publication b* for the period of four 1 V
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OP oua GOOD crrrzcHePlTCUtO I consecutive week, beginning on the
Hth. day of March, 1131. there beIng I
0.5UT\ IN AND
I no newspaper published In said
BUILT A NeW: owe.. h Special. Tax School District No. 1.II .
1 D. MAY,
OrizE HCE CU GOOD ( Chairman Board of Publlo Instruction
r.CED:;:: QJQe..clo9 11 of Bradford County: Florida
(MbiAL) j
:: MEATSTIEY. y4tp.a! AT'CJJ'I'IA.::
MEET ROGt54GK19: I0 1 _--- j. onipna. f
0 -- L GaMat Superintendent Hoard of Publlo ire
NEED
; etruutlon of Bradford County Fla ,
Je.n.-arrt are -- and ex-offlclo, Secretary of aaldiorO. .
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PAGE EIGHT' _ _ BRADFORD_COUNTY.TEIJCGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA flUDAY APRIL J, 19,4._
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I Solomim-A Schoolboy EssayKing Panama City 3. C. Bynum the rune: Primary. Being 7
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished Solomun wuz a man who : -I purchased Ralph Soreentlno's barber uate of University Law Hehocl a ara and 11-
I IThe some 11 1
i I I From Other Pens I lived so many years in the country bo Late shop. I feel fully qualified to practice serve ?"U'UwCounty

1877 that he wuz: the hole push. He wuza a elect me Judge.I promise If you that see >.V.'S?'

- -_ --- offul wize guy and: 1 day 2 win. Marianna Beard's News Stand have honeat. faithful efficient you '
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class mia came 2 hIm each 1 holdeing Classify) opened in quarters, formerly occupied -i licit unbiased aervtce. I earnV.tii *ni1
Starke Telegraph waiits to your support and K
C. P. Co. vote Ir
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida know why they named a dam after the legs ov a babe and nerly puling by .Flnlayaon primary, June :Tth. lIe!. .
the kid in 2 and eaoh claming it, RUSSELL Respectfully,
Mr. Hoover. Because he is used to By KAYSecretary Pensacola Gulf Loan & Finance E. K. FERRYMAN

I E. S. Matthews ._. n_ ____ _________ Owner and PublisherJ. being slanderized if that word is rite and and King sed Sol"why wasn't cuddent feeling the: brat juss Florida Pren AUOCMCIOIThis Co., capitalized at $1 .OOO. FOR TAX-

: C. Robinson ________ ______________ Managing Editor still a new one to Amos &. Andy. ben twinz and stopt this mixup"and week's column ain't only granted charter. I hereby announce A8SKSSOH myself a andl, '
-Lake City Reporter.The ,- SMiamiInterstate date for the office of Tax
. then he eald, for his sored 2 "Too Late to Classify." but It of Bradford county: subject Assessor to
' SUBSCRIPTION RATE o splitt this Innocent littel kid so comes dam near beta' "Too Late"to Growers Corporation democratic will of the voter at the coining the

In Advance Tallahassee State says that each of the, wimmen cud hav 1-2 all andthat.s granted charter. held June ?primary election tob.i
\ Yearly $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable: get In the paper at th. In asking for this
I Commissioner McLin of the auto- when the reel ma ov the bady buts for attendIn' office will say that I am thorough
Advertising: Rates on Application mobile license I. drawIng what a guy gets familiar with the duties thereof ,
::1 department in an' sea "Stopp solomun stay thl a Press Association Convention Tollticil Announcements promise If elected to dilettante and
around JD5O per month salaryfor hand and let the old hagg/ hav t dutle. of said office In an efficient the
,
? members of his family. He hekid for If i cant bay a hole kid FOil STATE SENATOR! and courteous manner. Your you
Have registered
you If you think a fellow can mess In reaponne. to the BUfrirestlon of and support will be appreciated
---0 probably believes in spending money -I I don't wan anny" and King Sol- and mill around with a flock of mans friends, and believing" that I LOtus H. lIlL:.
at home and not abroad.LakeCIty omun told her 2 take the balby and up can ha of valuable aorvlca. to the -

Judge Love loves to rule. ... Reporter. go home and wash its face for he newspaper men for three days composed paopl of of this Union senatorial and Bradford district I hereby announce myself a cm.
without gettin' high brain pressureyou dldate for the office of Assessor
0- o wus hep It,wuz hers and he told counties I hereby announce myself Taxea of Bradford County ot

Florida's season for fish stories will soon be in full swing. Here's an old one that you can the other dim 2 go cbals herself. ought to try it sometime. as aubjftct a candidate to the will for of the atate Democratic senator to premed the wishes In the of the voters lo subject be u.

believe or not that's your privilege.A King Solomun wuz father ov the wild voters at the primary election onJune primary. If elected I guarantee
lot of
I've attended a par- aU l
7. 18S2. I am In favor of and
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young couple lived in Twin masens and bUt Solomnus tempeL ties but this one at Live Oak last will work for tax reduction and In dations favors and Information courtesies accommo
,
:' Today is April 1st, commonly known as April Fool's"Day. Cities, and their first born were tie had 700 wIles and more than week was the feline's mustache. a redaction of the expense or run- given through that office that Will ran a1'precl..t. be
nIne the state I also
twins, then they moved to Three 300 lady frens and that Is why arovernment! your aerloua consideration
, Everybody from Avery Powell to favor and will work for the vote and assistance.N. .
Rivera, Michigan, and they were there Is no many masens in the Zachary Zilch was over there help- strengthening of the atate banking I). WAINWRICHT
o laws to protect depositor and to
blessed with triplets. When the world. Pa sea that King Solomunwuz -
in' to clutter the town, and all make their liability to lose much
The world does not owe you a living but you can get one husband was ordered to the Thous- a warm member and I think up Hardeeon more remote. I will ever be alert I hereby'announce myself a can
the local folks from Cary for and the elde I of dldate for re-election. to
on right any the office of
and Islands his firm the he wuz hot stuff myself.i. .
by working. by good down had their right elbows other measures which I believe to Tax Assessor. During the three
4 ; wife quit him.-Tarpon Springs --i..- -iiWarning -- be for the beet Intereeta of the people years that I have been your aHieasnr
k o oiled up and if there was anybodywho and the protection of their rights I have tried hard to give to the pub;
Leader. to,Candidates didn't get his hand shook, it and property. Your vote and support Ho all that could-be expected of me.
,., The first spring gardens evidently were not planted in -o- candidate' his will be highly' appreciated, and ae assessor, and In asking for reelection >
In -
I was a once there must have' been sewed pocket .. If I am elected, your :confidence In I promise you thin, that If I
{ |:r spring time. The Lindbergh baby case Is getting fore I'give ,warning to all candi. me will never be violated. am elected attain I will continue to
stale. Its to look Respectfully serve you honestly fearlessly, and
.' 0 beginning dates. I Lost four months and Lake Butler, Fla. J. M. MANN. M. D. Impartially. I will appreciate your
lightning tell more hopeless every day. Unless 33 days canVasalng 1,459: hours Charley Helfenstein did a wo- vote at the coming primary and gen
haven't pink can
of who
{ Lots people seen To the Democratic Voter. of the eral election
the taby Is found soon it will Respectfully,
There
thinking about the election, five derful Job entertalnin' us. Fifteenth Senatorial District: B. W.
l' you about pink snakes. gradually work its way off the acres of cotton, twenty-three was so much excitement goln' on Many of the voters both Bradford HAYES-

; : -oWe'd front page and out of the current acres of corn, a whole sweet potato that I got away behind with my and above Union senatorial counties which district comprisethe urged FOR SIIKHIKF

w ;7 like to add the worry of making out an income tax attention of the public. WhenJndbergh's crop, four sheep, five goats sleep, that was about the only me, prior, to to enter the the death race of for SenatorJohna the To ford the County Democratic: voters of Brad

name Is called ten and one beef given to a barbe. thing those folks up there forgot to Democratic nomination aa senator I hereby announce my candidacy.
5' | .report to other worries. years from now it will be Inter. cue, two front teeth and a considerable arrange for. In the coming primary election to for sheriff of this county aubject to
the action of the voter at the
'be held In June 1931. I now take com.
to note whether he will be
'' o sting quantity of hair In a per this method of making my formal lug Democratic primary election,
first remembered as a pioneer in 97 sacke of electln' Marie announcement for this Important promising elected a faithful, hon-
sonal skirmish. wound
We by
: is but the old woodshed gave up eat, and efficient performance of the
I Sun tanning for children good office. I ask each and every voterto
aviation the victim of
a trag.
or as
;, tobacco seventeen Sunday School ,Holderman president, so now I suppose carefully conalder my candidacy; duties of said office Your vote and
, \ '. brand is still very effective. edy which held the world breathless books, two pairs of socks, four I we'll have to throw away the If I am the nominee I pledge efficient support I* respectfully solicited,
service to the LAUR1CB C. CLEMONSI
people.
o for weeks.-Tallahassee Daily calico dresses, seven dolls and thirteen -I gavel and hand her a rollln pin Respectfully: ,

': democrat. baby rattlers told 2,889 lies, and what I mean she will need one Lake Butler Fla. HA1. y. MAINESTo hereby announce a* candidate
God trust
Florida's motto is "In
latest version of
The we
. For sherIff of Bradford .
p County, Florida
; .... shook hands 32,498 times, talked to keep that gang of hoot-owls in
and respectfully solicit and will
: the Democratic electors of the
,) but taxpayers must pay cash. Proverbs enough to have made in print 1- line. 15th Senatorial District of Florida. appreciate your support at the June
.iL ''I 0.- He must have leave to speak that : 800 large columes, kissed 126 babies I respectfully solicit your supportfur Primary.
.". nomination In the June primary W. J. EPPERSON.
' Tampa is discussing ways and means of having an honest ; cannot hold his tongue. kludled fourteen kitchen fires, The next meeting is scheduled aa your state senator for said district
'I Hn lives long that lives 'til all cut 8 cords of wood, pulled 437 for Hollywood, sometime next fall which emliracea the counties of. I hereby announce my candidacy

;' primary election this year for a change.0 are weary of him. bundles of fodder, picked 774 and they tell me those folks down Union and Bradford THliLMA JOhNs for sheriff of Bradford county. *ubject .
to action of the voter at the
,
l Ha is wise that can make a 'of cotton helped pull seven with 'em when it ,
-0 pounds: there got a way primary June 7th. I have booTh a
friend of a foe. loads of-corn; dug fourteen throwin' real party. FOR .nIOSIlJNT"1'IVIII citizen of the county all my life and
quicker action patent medicine companies are wagon comes to a T respectfully announce can.
: assure He is not good himself who my have never asked for an office at the
bushels of potatoes toted twenty- didacy for Representative of Brad hand of the voter If elected I
I having their sample pills delivered by Western Union. speaks well of everybody alike. seven buckets of water put up four You'd think they was raisin' the ford Democratic County, subject voters to of the the coming will of promise the citizens of the county
efficient law enforcement, without
o lie that has lost his credit Is stoves was"dog: bit four times, enough sand over there in Danla.tryln' primary election June T 1932. 11nominated showing. partiality. Your support
dead to the world. broken cost $3 to lot of tomatoes and elected. 1 will dllrently and vote will be appreciated
't : If you do not qualify and vote this year, you are not He that is Is tempted but watch by baby to celebrate a faithfully and fearlessly doeverything OSCAR ANDREU
busy have repaired loaned out three on St. Patrick's Day, but on that I can that will help
'r! qualified> to criticise any branch of government. mo by one devil, he that is Idle by a barrels of flour, fifty bushels of top of all that, I understand they the ford mnjorlty of the cltliens of Brad. !tlro IIF.R SCHOOL! IIOAHU-.Dint. I
County and the State of Flor-
" I take this method of announcing
'-' I eglon.-Lisbon (Me.) Enterprise. meal, 120 pounds bacon thirty- gave a chicken away every hour, Ida. Will attempt and aid In placing my candidacy for member of school

: Highlands American says there are really four parties in -0- seven pounds of butter, twelve dozen on the hour, Just threw the poor sincerely the state on appreciate a business. your basis.support.I will comprising board from North School Starke District and Lawtey No. 1,

LaughA eggs, three 'umbrellas, 13 lead critter out in the crowd and let O. M. INMAN. _..h'. I,. .h_ _III ..t .ha n.MA.
;" : this country : Wets, dry, democrats, republicans. different case-"Say..' said one pencils, one Bible, one mow blade, 'em scramble for it. -- cratlo; ;'o.tr'* In the'coming-primary;:;

0 city boy to another one, "how do two hoes, one'overcoat five boxes I take thin method of announcingmy June 7, 1832 If nominated and
t candidacy for the office of Represenatlve. elected I promise to work for the
Some candidates who insist they are leading in the race you learn a girl ter swim?" paper collars. none of which have You know, I was f ixln' to go over I I favor reduction of eal- Heat Intereat of all the schools of
"Oh dafs said the other stuck in the but Cries and taxes and rigid economy Bradford county and I earnestly *u-
been returned the
easy. got
and horn in
on
there party
I I along all lines of licit your vote and eupport.lUBpectfully .
will still be leading the losers-after the primary. our state work.
-
;;.; kid. "You tak .her gently by de cost $23 In all BENNETT.I .
mud five times me when I heard about that racket. I Should I be honored with the nomination O. H.

;,L 0 hand. an' you lead her down to the to be pulled out called by oppon- boy I stayed away, and I mean a and afterward election, I
promise to the beat of
lf : Williston Sun says the only difference between a skunk water an you say to her 'Don't be ent perambulating liar, doctor'sbill LONG WAY-You don't get me honest and faithful aervlca.my ability, candidate respectfully for member announce of the that achiiol I nm

" afraid, I ain't goln' ter let nothln' 910 had five arguments with mixed up in a mess like that, I T. B. PIN HOLSTER.1'PEHINTRNDKNT district No. 1 (comprising

;. and a gossip is in the number of legs each one possesses. hurt yer,' an"- my wife, one flower vase broken gave a chicken away once and darn Of SCHOOLS I f. the precinct action of one the and Democratic two). sul Jfct primary

}" --0 "Hey". the first one, "what are one dish knocked off the table, one near 'got my eyes scratched out Through the aollcltatlon of manyof election to be held' June 7th

!' ; Exchange observes that Mexican politicians shoot bul- you givln' us?" Die Is me sister I'm shirt bosom-ruined handfuls of and besides I don't have to go to be my your. frlenda school and superintendent my desire to again I de the If elected district I promise and county the citizens the best nf

alkln' about. whiskers pUlled1 ;: lets, and politicians in this country leave off the "ets. "Aw, shove her off de dock-! sticking plaster* bought, besides 'em up to SCRATCH right here June for primary.thin position If nominated subject to and the support will be RAY appreciated.A. NKWSOM

; o Lisbon (Me) Enterprise. spending $1,7891 got defeated by at home, but beln' a peace lovln' elected I promise a faithful performance -

g' Many of those who voted in the Digest's straw ballot on I -.-;,. 399 votes.-Ed Malone, exchange. married man I gotta content myself Your of voted the are diitlRM solicited of. ,this and office.will T hvr'bv announce myself member. candidate of
for
o- with hamburger and onions.I be highly appreciated Your re-election ai
;:: prohibition prefer taking their liquor without a straw. An GrandmaVayback average wife is one Says who loves State Press and Govemor'Endone fully. H. B. WIGGINS.respee- the school solely':' drndtl advancement 1. I amInterested

pt and respects her husband but has Economy Flan see in the Perry Herald wherea T hereby announce; myself a can of our county school and if my the work
board pa.1two
member
of the
' didate for re-election office a. a >
to the of
If the mesh in the new stockings keep growing in size, a feeling that she might have done (Lake Wales Highlander.) guy was drivln' his flivver along Superintendent of Publlo Instructionof year meet with your approval
better. The idea that county commissioners the road up there not long ago anda Bradford County. Your vote and your support In the June: primary
::1, i the girls will have to borrow pa's socks next Christmas. support will he ..ppreclat..d.He"pectfully. will he appreciated, pledging. the
The reason some women don't in printing the proposed doe come crashln' out of the A. J. QRIFFI3To same conscientious attention to the

,. 01' -- get; a divorce Is that they get such budget each summer, should show : woods and darn near side-swiped : duties of the office.JAMBS.T. MOORE.

1': It is quite true, as the Lake Wales Highlander points a, kick out of feeling like a martyr the expenses for the past year as him. What's the matter with you I the voters of Bradford county. "'
hide t t herehy annotini-e' my candidacy Mr-nIHEU SCHOOL BOAIIO !>!. :a
with him. well what Is to be folks there can't you
living as supposed over ,
,
' .' out, that on a one-way street you only get bumped from the for superintendent of Public In- I hereby announce my candidacy
Some women spread on the paint spent the coming year, in parallel your "dough" any better' than ruction.. I feel that I am qualified for re-election a* member of the

", rear. and powder so today to keep you columns so that voters may see that? Or maybe it was a buck for fully aald discharge office and the promise duties to of faith-I. elected school. board will continue from district to give 2.the and duties If

o from seeing that they are merely whether increases or decreases are that somebody had been hoardin'and to the best of my ability. Tour vote of the office my very best at

the girls of yesterday.If proposed, seems to be growing. was on its way to the "River will be appreciated.KdKpucttully. tention. Your support solicited and
; t To an outsider it appears the legislature passes laws for I ,. L. H. FUTCH will be appreciated. H. D. lolA r
"IT" Isn't born In a girl she Governor' Carlton:' says the editorial BANK." If a thing like that would -- --

t. the sole purpose of giving lawyers something to fight through an't buy it at the drug store, baa written in hearty commendation happen to me I'd probably get"BUCK" FOR TAT COLLECTOR I hereby announce aa a candidatefor
I of I hereby announce my candidacy member of the school board ltrlct JIH'<
control
:. the coufts. --0- 'of ItS The Florida Press fever and lose .
to succeed myself aa Tax: Collector I. comprising. 5"""> 5trkn.
r Slips That Pass In the Night Association in session 'at Live Oak the car: I can remember the time of Bradford county, subject to the Theremia and Sampson City. I will
0-
Tickled Pink.-At church last Saturday, adopted a resolution when I used to be able to go out democratic primary to ve' held on appreciate your vote and support in

*\\j : Alachua and Levy counties want the sea level canal dug Sunday 1.1the choir leader, favoring this plan' as' its major and shoot a couple of "bucks" and June render 7th you. faithful 19J8 I honest and tried efflrlvnt to- .the primary June W.7th C. MANNING

through Kingsley Lake. Why ruin the prettiest bathing lake sang: "I may not pass this way plank for tax' money. Candidatesfor not think anything of it, but that office. service aa your during Tax Collector.; my first term I earnestly of : -:KHIIfc.lt SChOOL DO\IUIII.t.-a

in the state? again" to the delight of the con- county and legislative office was before they doped out this solicit your support, and If I hereby announce myself a candidate
gregation. In this and other counties are mullIng here CLOSED season for protectin elected again I shall continue to ren for member of the school
i' 0 der you the same service aa I haven board; District No. I, comprising,
yt. It over and seem to find no our "DOUGH!I" the past Hampton Graham Brooker and Now

Politicians who say they will go into office without any Six-Cylinder Coats Society fault in it. Following is the resolution CAnt.A. KNIGHT. Hlver, subject, to election to In stann the
June 1 promise
i strings tied to them are on the same order as the so-called news says: "While some ,came in adopted by the press association Accordin' to the papers, Tom I respectfully-announce myaelf acndidats for a primary fair deal equal tights to all
beans. Tuxedos, other walked."-Rutgers : Watson Is still gallopln hither and for the office of Tax ('01- and partiality to none.He..p.cUuIlY .
.t stringless Chanticleer. "The Florida ''Press Association yon howlin and yelpin for somebody lector, subject to the action of the .7. H.your KELLY.I .
that like charity to debate with him. He's Jemotratio voters at the primary of
o realizing taxes June 7lh. t feel that I air In every

:' ::' It has been suggested the Republican emblem could be. Beats Elnsteln.- -German couple. begin at home. 'Would recommendIn rearln' to burn somebody up, but the way office qualified efficient to rIve! the dutlea of hereby announce myself the a oft'lceof randldate -
nnd for re-election to
39 wants wife 1st class the Interests of governmental far be ain't burned much of any- competent
made a position, so service Pledging- full and faith Hc-hool Board tot District No. 3,
more up-te-date by dropping the elephant.and substituting cook, man understands verytlilng. economy, the passage of an amend thing but a lot of gasoline. Mr. ful dlHohnrce of the duties of the subject to the action of the P mi>-
the wolf. ment to the law: which provides Durrance tried settin' off some office to the best of my ability I cratlo primary June 7. 1931. ami"
i solicit and will fair
: appreciate your support elected I prom I. the same
0-' Graceful Act of Gratltude.Tothe that: county 'commissioners and pretty fireworks down at Ft. In. the coming primary. Impartial administration. of the an-!

Inverness Voters of Ward 4: I wish to school' boards shall annually pub Meade not long ago, but so many Respectfully, CAUL JOHNS ties of the office. that I have vote tendered and
Chronicle In the past. Your
observes that
wisely any woman cane express' my' sincere apprecIationfor lish their budgets,'which would call folks went through the BOOM, FOR CLERK OP CIUCI'IT TOIRT support la solicited, and will be

make a fool out of a man, but it takes a mighty smart one to'If the splendid vote given me at for printing (bi 7 parallel columnsto they've learned not to-get too ex- I hereby announce. myself a, can highly approlated.SIJRItENCY.COtTY ,

make a man out of a fool. tbe election. Felix. Marlboro those snowing' 'the'' funds It is cited durln' the explosion becauseit Circuit didate for Court the office of Bradford of Clerk'ounty of the, A. D.

; (Mass.) paper.Flattering proposed tor'e'xpend' the figures can sure get awful dark and subject to the will of the voters at COMMISaiO'' KIt-. ""'. ?
o- showing tha! gicpemsea! for that fund dull again when the last star shell the coming primary June 7th. I am At the solicitation of friends i
fully conscious of the duties of this have consented to- make the race for
I'I' Arkansas sells auto license tags on installments. It's almost a Lecturer.-Hla address or office or official during the year fades out. Stafford Caldwell ain't Important office and feel that I am County Commissioner for District
this '"The Courageof 'snortln I. ably fitted perform them' In an No."1 of Bradford Cminty. If .'.IectI "
; : reached ,the point where the tax on a tank 0( gas should morning" just passed so that taxpayers may been pawItT much dirt or efficient manner. Never having. asked promise to discharge the dutle"Incumbent
be payable in like Ignorance. is therefore most see for themselves whether .decreases very loud but he's smart enoughto for an office In the court house b.- upon me to the best of;
.0 a manner. appropriate because of the great or increases are proposed.We know that PAID advertising in I. fore I promise If'elected to give my ability: Your support I is UOiicit"and I

i o wealth of material he has to draw would recommend that publication the newspapers Is the most effective faithful Your support honest le and respectfully efficient service.solicit will be appreciated L.. L.. CONNER.I .

: :Times-Union philosopher says before marriage she listens from.-Allentown" (Pa.) Paper. of this budget statement and economical means of tellIn' ed. A. J. THOMAS. 8- .
be made far In advance of myself. a candidate
enough and I he'ssure hereby
story, mean announce
your .
ton brass band ; afterward to a husband. He might be a phil To the Voters of Bradford County. for re-election aa county rutV
Cook
the Bachelor for
Hints to the tax levy so that opporunity usln' it. Florida missioner from district NI>. 1. It *-
,. osopher but he must be an unmarried one. (Exchange) protest against any particular expenditure I am a candidate for re-elecMon elected I will continue giving the

";1i t 0 In the first place be sure of may be given. Such an Some of these candidates /got it Court to the Bradford office' of County Clerk, Florida of Circuit., and of district which: and I am county capable.the J.beat O. CRBWB cccvi": '

; { yourself then /go ahead. Confidence amendment would call for no all doped out that they can get earnestly solicit your cupped ndVote
:: from pictures of the new bathing suits one the S
fJudging at June Primary election. COUNTY: COMUilSIOSER0i5'I !
Is half the battle. Remember -
greater expenditure of public the
along without the newspapers I -
promlae to render faithful. honest hereby announce myself a oandldate
might prophesy without much fear of contradiction that that potatoes will bake more funds than is now called for by blamed things haven't /got any Influence and careful service. Respectfully ) for re-election a. eounty commissioner -

living in glass houses will soon be the vogue. quickly if there Is a fir. In the law and would provide the means i anyhow, but I know one or O. W. ALDERMAN of my district. District: re-elect 1. If me the, ;"'win":

I stove. Head lettuce is now on the of making econpmles we believe." two of them that are SURE gonna FOR COUPtTT JUno continue to give the people of Bradford -
0 market and it is splendid rough- Such an amendment to the existing be SURPRISED. Te> the Democratic. voters of Brad county. a faithful and efficient

Unwise tax exemption in some form or another has exempted age. To keep it fresh and crisp law would make It possible ford I hereby County announce, Florldar my candidacy Performance .of always the duties for of the the best or'

:4 other properties from taxation by taxing it out of I place it In the ice box and don't for the taxpayers to know whether information which he Is entitled to of to' succeed Bradford myself county a.subject county. to Judge the Interests of J.the .entire UNDERH1LX.COMMI county..

the taxpayers' hands and into the hands of the state. eat it. To teU when a pie is done I Increases .or..decreases in county have and which no stock holder Democratic primary to be held Tuea. U

; hold it upside down over the sink. '' expenses were) to be expected. If of a private corporation would day.ment June la made 7. 1911.with This announce that COL'dTY IO':' _DU 4
a leellng
.. pOne If It Is done it will fall out of the he did not agree/ with the Idea of think of getting along without It during the year In which I have I hereby announce myself county aSiSal. ca"-

of the matters discussed by the editors at the Live pan In a chunk. To keep soup Increases therm would be a chance would tend to uniform booking served rendered you faithful aa county judge I have commissioner. for re-election from district a* No. 4
honest and
efficient
Oak press meeting was a law requiring the publication of tax from boiling:> / over remove the ket- to lodge a protest. No harm wouldbe systems which would make county service to .b. and at all times Hampton. Theressa and Graham to give and>
tle from the stove. If of done In such manner aa to Justify If re-elected will continue
are
you to any worthy cause or official and mess a"'
more comparable
assessment rolls before by counties and towns. It expenses I see It In submitting' candidacy the county the heat service I
acceptance tnr
k an economical turn. of mind it Is but due thought. would be thus tend to still other economies.It to you for your consideration. I capable of. I solicit your. uppo'7th.*
would not be' an expensive proposition and would do more toward well to remember that butter will given to consequences before any sems to the Highlander that earnestly ollclt your aupport. and and vote at the c primary O. W. June _

equalizing taxes than all state And .county board to last longer/ If sprayed with kerosene improper Increases were imposed there can be no good objection to four It again county honored Judge by, I being shall elected continue a. _' -DI.acorr'ry'cowivtsstevzR .
before serving. And here is the i faithful : : J
haneet and efficient
upon taxpayers '
the of such an amendmentto adldatx
4 gether. Every property owner can be depended to cheek passage service. I hereby announce myaelf a
upon a valuable hint that bachelors An amendment of this kind existing laws.,_ A.Ranpectfiilly.OEO OAUDINER for county eommlssloner. Dl"- .

his assessment against his neighbor's or upon other like property should not forget: To keep the dust would not coat the taxpayer anymore o .---- -- trlet River B, comprising If elected I Brooker promise and a faUh'Ne

and would have the opportunity of getting the matter from flying over the house be sure for it Is required to publish Miami Beach-L Members of local 'At the request of friends, and due ful performance of the dntle of I"*
not to disturb It with broom or the budget while at the I consideration thereof, I hereby an ofttlc*. I solicit and will appreciatethe
anyway Woman's Club plan erection of tox the
adjusted. I voters of Bradford : support and vote of all Democrat
cloth. same time it would give him the I clubhouse on Pine Tree Drive. I County my candidacy fur the officeof ., at the primary election. June
County Judge to be voted on In Ttb O. W. ANDREWS.




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