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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 8, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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CommissionersOrder County Candidates Hon. R. A. GravAnnounces New Ford Eight --- CANDIDATE' i Small Increase




Foreclosure r Notifiedjf Duties For On Display Here Cost Operation


Tax Certificate Clerk of Court Issues Instructions jsiJI
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: a for Guidance of Candidate Secretary State The new Ford V-Eight will be
Of
State
In June Schools
I'rlmary on display at the J. W Andrews' !

?e< rr rx9! show rooms all day Saturday, and I
.\rtlon Requested to Remote Row All filing fees and assessments R. A. Gray T day announced the people of Starke and Bradford

Hide Signs by Garden Club
FederationThe Poll state. He Is now serving out an the new car. Here's what 'Flp Per Pupil of S314.80 for Year

tax tax must be paid to county unexpired term. Secretary Gray!, Edael Ford has to say regarding. I Ending June ao, 1931 s Teacher
board of county commissioners collector. said: the new eight, and the Improved I Pay Very SmnlL

met In regular session Monday, f Filing fees must be paid to clerk "In the Democratic Primaries of: four: i I -

April 4th, 1932, with All member'f' > circuit court. two years ego I received the nom "In addition to our 8-cyllnder Florida spent ten cents more per

present! as follows: J. L. Underbill, Assessment fees must be paid to (nation for secretary of state for car of 65: horse power, we are of- r child: in the operation of Its schools

Chairman, O. W. Hlnson. J. M. Rosier I- secretary or chairman of Demo the unexpired term by a majority, fering a new 4-cyIlnder car of 50 for the year ending June 80, 1931

J. O. Crews and R. T. Osteen. cratic executive committee or to of thirty thousand, carrying 64 of, horse power. Either may be had I than In the year previous and In-

Minutes of the last meeting: were the clerk of circuit court. the 67 counties. appreciate very in 14' different body types. Except > creased the average length of

read and approved. w Xe'' ., | Each candidate is required to file much this: splendid vote and also I for the engines there is but z term by three days.

Mr. M. Rhoden asked the board with the clerk of the circuit cburt the vote I received In the general 1 little/ difference between the two Figures compiled In the office

to assist Mrs. Nella Roberso, FUNS HATH.\WA Y itemIzed statement of expenses as election following In which I lethe d cars. Bodies and chassis are prac of the state superintendent of pub-

whose husband Is In the Ralford. Form A. Hathaway, cnndldate follows: ticket. tically the same. lie Instruction show that the year's

prison farm. After considerationshe l for governor, has announced speak File 1st-Detailed itemized sworn "During the short time that I "There will be, however, a difference current expenses of operation averaged

was allowed $3.00 for one ing dates In this section, as follows: statement of campaign expenses: have been In the office I have tried In price. For while the V-8 - -- --- |38 89 per pupil enrolled as

month. Lake Butler, Friday afternoon, May 8, 1932, would be the earliest to give prompt, efficient and courteous will sell at low-price field figures, H. A. mt.y, against $38.70 for the preceding:

Petition asking that Hannah! April 8tb. 2 o'clock, courthouse; date and midnight of May 13, 1932, service to all. I believe the "4" will sell for still less. That Is Secretary of State, who announce* fiscal yeAr. The number of chil .

Robinson (colored) be placed upon Btarke. Friday night, April 8th, the latest date to file. public generally feels that I have. our conception of expanding service that he will be a candidate In the dren enrolled had also increased I

the pauper roll taut presented. She 8 o'clock, courthouse; Lawtey, Sat File 2nd Detailed itemizedsworn "Testimonials from all over the to the motoring public." Democratic primary to succeed from 346.434 to 354,112. .{F

was given an allowance of $200( urday, April 9th, 10 o'clock, bank statement of campaign expenses state have come to me expressing Simultaneous with the_announce himself. The total expense! for the fiscal ,J
per month, also 1. Crosby was allowed l- corner. : May 26 would be the earlIest satisfaction with my service during ment the company made public the year was $13,774,62800.: Of that 0\(

$2.00 per month. Mr. Hathaway issues a special date, and midnight of May 30 this part term and expressing the following details: : amount $10,208,880.15-more than

Petition asking that Mrs. H. H. Invitation to all interested in bet the latest date. hope that since I so recently madea The new Ford, capable of 75 COUNCIL WILL 74 per cent. was paid for Instruc- I

Parmenter be given an allowance ter government to hear him on one File 3rd Detailed itemized I statewide campaign for the un- miles an hour, will develop 65 tlon. ;,

from the pauper fund. Same |of these dates. sworn statement of campaign expenses I expIred term that I should have a brake horsepower with V-8. The''I It Is pointed, out In the report '
--. also a separate sworn full term unopposed. For all theseI four will develop 50 horsepower that very few school
systems
granted and she was given $ TAX \WHIFFLES In ,,j jI
per month. wasSoldier's statement whether candidate has am trufy grateful."If and do 64 miles an hour. I the nation devote more than 74 ;

Upon motion and seconded Bonus had any political workers, if nom! given, the privilege of serv- Outstanding features will include per cent of the total current operating ;'

was unanimously carried, the county nated In the second primary, the ing a full term I shall continue to. : Silent synchronized gearshift expenses to salaries of
attorney was Instructed to beginat I day after the second primary and give fair, courteous prompt and' and silent gear, engine rub- All Open of ol1\loIe'bln Operating Intttarkn 1 teachers On the other hand, "

once the foreclosure of all state Bill Is Puzzle not later than midnight of July 8, efficient service. In the approachIng ber mounted down draft carbu Will ho M.uloBuhjixt Florida's average; cost per pupil _:

tax: certificates, taking them in 1932. Democratic primaries I shall 'I retor and 1 carburetor silencer, automatic to Tax enrolled, Is far below the average r

groups, according to townships, bo Above applies to all candidates 'seek the nomination for a full term spark. control, and a diaphragm -- In this country which means that .

gInning on the north side of the I Is Confronted With An whether they have political workers and will greatly appreciate the support -: type pump which draws The city council of the city of the average salary paid Florid

county.: other Big Problem to Solve -...or. not.. Florida. law limits paid of all Democrats." I ICOIJlPLANTS fuel from a rear tank. There are Starlce, met April Sth In legular teachers Is also very low In "comparlson. -
political worKers to self-adjusting session with all members .
Communication received from 'V. clerks and l houdaille double pre ent.
C Hodges, chairman of Century of Washington, April 1.-The bill stenographers, but prohibits payment TO BE acting hydraulic shock absorbers, Minutes of the last meeting were Unofficial reports for enroll.
for two billion dollars of money to others, and four-wheel brakes read and approved ment for the
Progress Exposition to be held In calling in pro FILED 'WITH electrically present year indicate ;,
Chicago in 1933. Same was read full payment of the soldier bonus hibits persons from accepting BOARD welded steel-spoke wheels with Attorney D. E. Knight appeared further Increase over last year

and filed. has given congress, already occu- money for political work other hubs and hub caps and large tires. before the Council representing. : particularly In the high schools. .

Bob Matthews (colored) asked pied with the effort to balance the than as above stated. City Bond Truste Explains Method The chassis and running gear are Mrs. Fronle Clemons In consideration BccaUlie of the great reduction J

for a reduction in taxes for '1930. federal budget, another problem to Florida law also limits amountof of Handling St'rvlt'eComplaint. cushioned by rubber Insulators In 1 of well on her property 1 In In the collectjon of real estate taxes 1

Same was not granted. solve. I money each candidate may law I spring shackles and shock absorber Starke. This being the pump recently In the counties, the recent Icglslat t

Hon. J. L. Frazee asked for a reduction Party leaders say the bill is : fully spend In his campaign. links. The body is Insulated romoved in the constructionof ture Increased by about $3,000,000
in taxes on the store build likely to pass the house, and possibly Filing and assessment fees can The board of bond trustees of from the frame by rubber pads. road 48 through the city of state aid for the expense of main. r l,
the senate. be paid any time prior to May 13th. the city of Starke held their regular Starke.. tamping the schools. Another j I
to DeWltt
ing formerly belonging
President Hoover has indicatedhe Filing assessment fees as follows monthly meeting Monday eve- The council made a propositionas change which the legislature made 1

C. Jones same was and not after allowed.considerationthe will veto the bill, should it : ning, April 4th, with all members Caldwell AsksHardee a compromise with Mrs. demons was to take away from the schools j

Mrs. for. reach him. This would throw the FII. Fee As. Fee present. the samo being on condition all the gasoline tax money heretoj
J. T. chairman
Alsop,
Tax Collector ____ 92.00 The board reorganized by electIng that she execute deed to the tore received
back
Florida on the Bill Board and measure to congress where a $ $11.8 0 parcel 1 and to set up In- :t
Roadside committee in the National two thirds vote of each ;branch Clerk C. Court ____ 90( .55 11.25 I Mr H. L. Brownlee chairman, to Join of land In question. stead, the auto license tag money. '}:,

Council of State Garden Club would be necessary.to override the County Judge __ 52.SO 6.60 and the routine business was disposed Mr. O B. Hayes asked for permission Of the $7,600,000 appropriated by .'

veto. Tax' Assessor ____ 85 50 10.70 of. "_.+ to install a curb pump for the last legislature through thin
Federation, appeared before! the Proponents of the bonus bill said Supt. of Schools __ 78.80 9.60 At this time the board took Into gasoline, In front of the Torocle source, approximately $5,000,000: ( j
board of commissioners and In
county today they have more than the nec- Sheriff ___________ 68.20 8,55 consIderation'' the adjustment of Debate Tour Chevrolet Co., on Thompson street will have been distributed to the
asked their co-operation in the I
essary 145: members to sign a peti- Representative __ 10.80 1.35 complaints against the light and Same was denied! on the grounds I counties by April 10. That por
matter of scenic the
beauty along tion to compel a vote In the house, County Commls. __ 4.00 .8 0 water plant relative .to bills for .1.1nllWl"r that It would conflict with the ordinance ton of the current, expense net t.
highways In Bradford county by should the ways and means com School Board ..... 4 00 .8 O service. It was decided that in the Suggests Stat -\\
removing bill boards and advertising mittee fAil to report it. Constable ____- 3.00 .40 future any customer of the plant ".\ to Ilardne Method" same. up from tile collection of

signs illegally placed along the Opponents of the measure ar Justice of Peace ___ 3.00 ,40 having complaint will be furnished I Invites Martin I I. The city attorney walt Instructs taxes. county""

road side. gue the problem of-balancing the Bond Trustees ____ .00 .00 with the necessary blank to prop- to draw; the necessary ,ordinances j j ?
motion and second which
Upon budget has been such that a two C erly file same, which will receive I Stafford Caldwell of Jacksonville requiring licenses of certain machines Matn Bout Called
carried the board Draw
was unanimously
billion dollar additional expenditure SURVEYORS NOW BUSY the proper consideration. I candidate for the Democratic being played in the city.
agreed to appoint a committee to would prove a serious governmental ON SANTA FE ROUTECROSSSTATE Necessary blanks can be securedat nomination for governor, Tuesday The ordinance to cover automatic ---
remove all signs and bill boards I al burden. CANAL the office of the clerk and all I Invited former Governor Cary A. music boxes, etc. Gainesville, April 5. Vasco For-

Illegally placed upon the right claims are to be handled In that Hardee of Live Oak, also a candidate Mrs. Lee Morgan was allowed reduction nyth of Starke and Jimmy Griffinof '"

way or along the border of the SCHOOL BOARD Says the High Springs Telegram: manner. to meet him In joint debate In of $200,00 from assessment Valdosta fought 10 furious '

highways In Bradford county. I "Headed by J. W. Blair of the every county of the state before for 1931.WORKING. rounds here last night to a draw
Mr. L. D. VIning volunteeredhis MET MONDAY U. S. engineer's office, a force of NEGRO FOLK SONGS the campaign closes. -f----- Although Forsyth was knocked to
assistance by suggesting that I AND MELODIESThe the canvass for no count In
Caldwell, in an the
surveyors are rapidly mapping out open letter to
lie could the to assistin Board met April 4, in regular { second
get Legion the proposed cross-state canal Hardee, suggested that former FORPACKING round he came back strong
the work. The chairman then session with all members present; course which Includes the New choir and quartett of the Governor John W. Martin, another HOUSE to earn a deadlock.

appointed Mr. 1. D. Vining to proceed namely, James T. Moore A. B. River, Raiford, Santa Fe river to Allen Chapel A. M.'E church (colored -I candidate, be Invited with Hardee's Both battlers fought at top speed
with the work In accordancewith Surrency and H. D. May, chairman. ) will throughout
Wilcox, Suwannee river to Gulf ; give a concert at the permission to join the the 10 rounds and
the motion as passed. Minutes of last meeting read and channel. church' on next-Wednesday night. tour. debating To work with E. M. Nix, development kielther seemed to be able to gain "r I

Mr. L. D. Vining asked that the approved.Mrs. "Transferring their headquar Concert consists of plantation If Martin Is included Caldwell agent fur the Seaboard Railway the slightest advantage over the
N. F. Crosby met the board melodies and folk a committee composed of other.
EmpIre Lumber Company be allowed ters to Lake Butler last Satur negro songs. Special suggested "one rally in each coun- ,
to of relative to teaching done In 1928- seat Messrs. A. J. Griffis, F. F. Stump I Fans
for the
cut and remove all timber I, the white people. Ad ty under of appeared well pleased with
day, crew was working in both auspices the state I
value that had been burned downor 29. This work was done with the mlllelon'10-115c. and J. C. Robinson was appointedby the decision. The
directions at that time but since Democratic committee; each of the fight, brought
killed by the recent forest fires understanding that she was to receive have advanced some considerable B. A. Simmons, Pastor. three candidates to speak one hour the Business Men's Club Mon back memories of the main battle
from the state tax lands of said a supplement to her salary if distance this and rotate In speaking first day at their luncheon' toward securing the week before when Kid
way. second
company. After considering the the county received the equalization "The route now being: mapped BANK BUILDING REPAIRED and third; no rebuttals, no a packing house for tangerines Baladen outfought Eddie Foster for

matter the board decided that to fund and as the county re test holes being bored and the IncIdental personalities; all expenses of meetIngs grown In this section. Three six rounds before he was forced: to >


wholesale slaughter of timber on lowed. would bring the channel within a week to the roof and Interior of the three men.Caldwell. group of counties surrounding -- .

tax lands, and so the request was Elections for trustees were ordered few miles of this city. Bradford County Bank building. Anew said the debate Invita Bradford< are now forced to haul REPORT OF THIRD ANNUAL

not &e-rnntMl- I held I the following dls- I roof has been placed on, the tion was to correct "an their fruit to packing houses In J COMMERCIAL! CONTEST
., .. erroneous Crescent fTltv And the vliimj nIl 1
Mrs. trltt. na.melv! Thereana No.1. I
Marla L. widowof bulldlnir and olasterers u -
L. W. Klckliter,Klckliter tiled applicationfor B; klN :- 7- Vanderbilt- No.: 10.: CONGRESSMAN! URGEl'nOTECTION ing on- the l Interior, where are work-leaks dates impression met in that debate me at three candl- fruit has rhejth; ; t ;'i-he; ;; Bradford County High School ,"
OF BULB Perry re- entered
Bills for the month received a more central location Is Impera
pension and same was were caused the plaster to crack and I
approved
INDUSTRY IN FLORID cently. He wrote that a newspaper tive. three students, Ortho Ma- "
and forwarded to Tallahassee. and filed, teachers and other employees I start falling. ,
Hardee theny Etholin White
supporting the and Mildredl1orgl.n
reported
.
A, J.
Griffin
of the
secretary
the
The were paid money re ---- -- --------
following reports were received Live Oak candidate In the annual
ceived during the month. Representatives Drano, Green, "ueema to have luncheon club, has been working commercial
and ordered filed: County Yon and Owen of the Florida delegation come off with all the political hon with contest held In Jacksonville April
Mr. Nix for the four t
Judge; Home Demonstration Agent There being no other business be Pay Poll TaxBefore ors." I pant 2.
In the house, today attended ; months to secure location of the
and Jail fore the board, they adjourned to
Inspector.The the hearing held the board There was no debate, Caldwall Mildred Morgan won second
meet the first Monday In :May.A. by March 21 packing house In Starke, and he
matter of the no-fence menace of Plant Quarantine and Control, ,aid, continuing with the statementthat toM members Monday that building prize, a silver medal In the novice
a -
J. Griffis, Secretary. -
and in Alachua county to citizensIn f 1 Department of Agriculture,, ,and May 21t Is the>> last day on r Martin spoke first, and left could be secured and the Sea- bookkeeping test. She lacked only ;
around Brooker was reported Immediately, with Hardee one-fourth of a point for first
protested against In tying
SHOW SATURDAY any change which poll taxes can be paidIn speaking board would build spur tracks to
Green upon by County Attorney Floyd Lehr's Flashes of 1932 will the quarantine and inspection regulations order for an elector to be last. The addresses were made In the site. Upon his suggestion the prize.
attorney stating that he had Billy the circuit The test
courtroom was an
and objective graduated
now Imposed on Imported Caldwell committee
able to vote in the June primaries was appointed to push
arranged for fill another engagement at the
a meeting with the bulbs. said he and Martin had arranged time test and carried a pus'slble
according to an opin the matter. to a successful conclusion.
board
of county commissioners of i Gaiety Theatre Saturday night, Representative Green said that with the circuit judge for score of 104. Papers were
ion Tax Collector C.
given
Alachua county: Florida, at the this aggregation pleasing the large their ranked from two of view
to lift quarantine regulations on A. Knight Tuesday by At- meetings. Hardee he said, The public is Invited to a meetings points i
court their
house In Gainesville. audience witnessing perform numbers 37 and 62 against imported torney General Land Is. 'The made no arrangements, and did not t for Saturday April 16th at the time and accuracy. Mildred Morgan
I The regular bills were then audIted ance last Saturday. A completenew advertise his made the same number of
narcissus bulbs, would be to endanger registration books will close meeting as did Cald courthouse, and representatives! errors,
I and ordered paid. change of program will be the entire bulb Industry of well and Martin. eight, as the winner for the first:
from the different sections
April 30th for two and growIng
I There being no further business arranged for this day. years "Your but finished In
the the United States. voters must register at Registration presence at Perry" Cald- tangerines will meet then with prize a little longer
I board was adjourned until the He pointed out that large In- Officer Wall's office well wrote, "was.so staged as to railroad officials. i i time which gave the first prize to

first Monday In May that being on or before that date and make At appear Informal, "but he 11 a student of Andrew Jackson High !
the regular time for meeting. Flor-ida claimed It '. School.
With The CandidatesTwo I after such registration they was 'pre-arranged. BERRY CROP INJURED ,.
I
Caldwell described I Ortho Matheny and Etbolln
per must pay the poll tax to Tax his debate Invitation -
SCARS A VISITOR grown bulbs. These regulations, he Collector Knight on or before to Hardee as "my answerto I Hammond La., April 1.-A cold 1 White did good work but until the

more candidates announce contended would be permanently May! 21st, else they cannot the method In which you staged wave felt hard for three succesalve J I I tabulation is sent out we will not .

W. J. Sears, candidate for conlaegBman ., this week, both for county commis- retained and thus obviate the necessity vote. your Perry appearance." -. .-- -. -- -- -- [ know their rank.Considering .
at large, was among the stoners first' and fifth commissioners <<: of Florida growers having) Tax Collector Knight I .. I the length of our

*'niters to Starke Wednesday Intoe districts. J. M. Rosier announces to come to Washington at stated, stated Tuesday that voters Vole to RIglit of Names DEUOCR..TIC'OIEN: school term our students, we feel.

/ Interest of hIs candidacy. The for re-election from the '' Intervals to protest changes. t would not have to pay any did splendid work as Bradford; .

firmer congressman from the first district, Lawtey, and R. T. I' other tax than. the poll tax I In the Dummy Ballot published All captains of Democratic County High School was the only f
r rI
r> from district AV"KRY POU ELL MONO: school: of eight months the
'urth Osteen seeks re-election entering
district Is making an active before May 21st In order to weekly in the Telegraph, a apace Victory Drive of Bradford r.
'Mnpalgn over the state and be- five, comprising Brooker and I THOSE PRESENT vote. On other than election for marking an "X" has been county and other women In- context. ..

"eves his experience In Washington New River. : I years, poll taxes are usuaUyCXlllecte.J placed to the left of the name of terested In seeing Bradford --- '
qualifies the state candidates. Tom Mr. and Mrs. Avery Powell of, morning cost local strawberry ;
Among each candidate.
him to ably serve the with other taxes! This was an er- county doing her towards
tate'. best Interests in Washing- Hart bf Jacksonville: makes his an Jacksonville were In Starke for al| but this method cannot be ror, as primary ballots will be the Fund part growers almost/ 2000000. ,
. Victory arereque.ted .
tea and John short while Thursday morning Growers say they will lose near
nouncement for governor | followed where an election lit l marked to the right or following ;
W. Newbern of Newberry, comes route to the Tung Oil festival the .to met at the ly one million 21-pint crates as a $
I held before final date set to I name la every Instance. The Woman's
Club
Mon-
en-'I building result of ;'
Stuart-City purchased new Out In the race for railroad com I Gainesville. Mr. Powell was pay real and personal taxes. corrected form of ballot wUl be t. day a.. m. 10 o'clock. also the freezing weather. The
truck crop was set back 80
the Times-Union daysas
for work on city atre t. missioner. resenting found on pegs three of this Issue.
a result of the cold.
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY' TEUCGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA+ FRIDAY
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which we got from the woods. A 1.9 per cent. In 1922, there were ,0--

hedge of malvavlscus of Turk HAMPTON RISING 2,228 divorces granted. There were -

I Radio Program March 30th Caps were planted on the south 26 marriages annulled in 1931, as ZIFF
aide of the yard to the northeast IM Ada 1'1'.... Cor.Miss Mr. II. M. Menge. Cor compared with 21 In 1930. Lai .... "
.9101..
corner. We have in this southeast The estimated population of Cor. I
Pre..nted Rradford and Vnlnn Conndc
Clok Ctrl
corner a red bud, bridal wreath, Emily Dyal, a teacher in Mrs. Laura Jackson of Jacksonville Florida on July 1, 1931, was 1,506- -

bottle brush and a couple of al- the domestic school of Glen Ridge, spent the week-end here with 000, and on July 1, 1930, 1480000. There was services at Oeadon

Our Home Improvement Experiences thought to myself, "she must thinkwe theas. New Jersey spent a few days of her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. On the basis of these estimates, the church Saturday and Fundav!"
are millionaires." She must You notice we have transplantedmany her vacation with her grandmother Norman. number of marriages per 1,000 of Mr. P. W. Lewis of Jacksonville

(By Mrs. Tom Brown, Hampton) have read my mind by the expres- of the wild plants from the Mrs. Thomas Dyal. Her time Mrs. E. Lewis of Hellbronn was the population was 11.5 in 1931, as spent Friday night here with w'
1931 found in woods to our yeard because we limited she made the by visiting 'n this section Monday. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. w
January, me a sion on my face as she was soon being trip against 11.6 in 1930; and the num- Le\vta.
new home, but not in a new! house. saying something about the Inex- love their natural beauty, but we plane to and from Jacksonville. Misses Doris Kersey and Audrey ber of divorces per 1,000 of the Mr. Carl Johns and Marion Clil.

We owned the home but it had penalveneMS of It all. Myl but at have also brought some plantings Joe Kelley of Brooker, was McRae, spent Friday night with population was 2.37 in 1931, as Friday Starke were 'In our sectloq
been rented for several years and that I got right up close to her from the nurseries. We purchased transacting business here this Miss Marie Alvarez in Vanderbilt against 2.45 in 1930. .

you know what that means. The and we had such a nice heart to three beautiful Junipers, three nice week. section.Mr. Bradford Loses Slightly i Mr. Henry Shaw and Mr Joyd

walla were unsightly and my prob- heart talk, and at once I becameso Llgustrums and three abellas, Mrs. T. J. Thomas of Valdosta, Gilchrist Andrews of Miami, Bradford county the report I Dyal were attending to business *

lem was, what could be done under interested I could hardly wait ,! which we used for foundation Ga., has recently been the guest of wls visiting his sister, Mrs. Joseph shows 134 marriages during 1931 Starke and Graham Saturday.

I the circumstances.. to begin. plants across the front working In her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Norman Saturday.The and 143 for 1930, a loss of nine Miss Mary Mott of Brooker was(

My living room had paper put on First we made a plan on paper, a few jasmines and a.aleas. Laterwe ,' Haynes.Mr. B. Y, P. U. Social at the while divorces showed a gain of visiting In our section Sunday at.

over a celled wall and In many drawing a plan of the grounds and purchased again two podacapus'l' A. L. Olson and sister, Mrs. home of Mrs. Evelyn Crosby Friday seven for the same period, 19 being ternoon.

places the paper had cracked and marking ;Just what we wanted to a ligustrum and an Matilda Omatead, who spent the night was enjoyed by those reported for 1931 and 12 for 1930. Mr L. W. Sowell cf Mlcanopy: ,
part of it had pulled off entirely. A plant in each place. worked them In across the end of winter months here left this week present. i Baker showed 250 and nephew, J. w. Forthy were
window which opened on a porch While we were making this plan north porch from which place we for their home in Torrington. Con- Those from this section attend- county mar- visiting In our section Sunday,
riages for 1931 and 253 for 1930,
that had been walled up for a bath we noticed several things we mightdo moved some unsightly steps. netlcut ing the singing convention at Antioch Miss Ruby Shaw spent Sunday
with nine divorces and
room was only boarded up on the to improve the house Itself, and Now in the center of south side Rev. McGauley will preach at the church were Mrs. Beulah Kel- during 1931 with Miss Lula Mae Lewis

side of the bath. So you see this still not spend very much moneyon of yard Is a beautiful magnolia.Let !Baptist church next Sunday morn- ly and children, Lois Newman and 15 during! 1930. i Little Miss Myra Dyal spent sev.
room was not attractive.In It. me say right here that we planto ing and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and Union county reported 75 marriages eral days of this week In Starke.

February. Miss' Jordan, our Our home Is a large twostoryhouse place a cement slap seat under Mrs. J. R. Colley was transactIng Miss Hazel UnderhilL during 1931 and 84 for 1930 Mr. L. O. and Johnnie Lewis wad

r home demonstration agent, gave a facing east. We have this tree so we will be tempted to business in Waldo and Gainesville -I Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Oliver and with two divorces during 1931 and Mr. Fred Shaw spent Sunday with
asit six for 1930.Hillsborough.
demonstration on interior decoration north and east porch, but they do, and enjoy our garden.We this week. children of Jacksonville, were via- Mr. Rastus Mann.
and in her discussion she told not connect. There were steps to have grass growing In the Miss Gene Cook of Gainesville, lathe ting Mr. and Mrs. R. ?t. Crosby county lead the Mr. Laurice Clemons of leil-

l' of the wonderful possibilities of both porches but we seldom used yard and try to give it good care.I guest of her grandmather, Mrs. Sunday; also attended church at state with 1,565 marriages during broOD was In our section Friday at.
paper for old rooms and how rooms the ones to the north porch. The forgot to say that the very first L. G. Johns. Pine LeveL 1931 and reported B51 divorces. ternoon.Mr. .

could be papered by the women first thing we did was to tear away thing we did was to take up eigh Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Birt and Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Norman I Henry Shaw attended church

themselves at very little cost. I those unsightly steps and close that teen rosebushes which I had planted daughters, Misses Evelyn, and of Gainesville, spent /art of last We have too many candidates. at New Hope Sunday.

immediately Invited her to visit my end of the porch with the banisters as a hedge clear across the entire Keeth, of Alachua county were vis I, week here with Mr. and Mrs: :J. E. Public sentiment for Roosevelt apparent Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Lewis
f house, and help with my problems. taken: from the steps. I visited the front of the yard. We moved iting friends and relatives here Driggers.Mr. on all bands, seems to justify daughter Lula Mae and and
We decided on the paper and store, purchased a can of paint, them back in the flower garden last Sunday. and Mrs. W. W. Wood Mr. : us In following our national vim Lewis were Mr. Pur.

i! ordered enough paper and cheese and touched up the unpainted partsof where they belong. Our flower Mrs. George Kelley, who has a and Mrs. W. M. Sikes and Mrs. F. 'leaders and prominent Democrats In Starke and attending Graham to business !-

1 cloth to paper the room. We tore the banisters. We moved two garden Is Just west of the tea gar- music class In Gainesville, spent Conner' all of Lawtey were visiting in having solid delegates for Roosevelt afternoon.Mr. Friday

off all the old paper we could and porch boxes from the front to the den, and we have many pretty several days there this week giving relatives here Wednesday.Mr. He is courageous, able and : .
dusted the walls. The cheese cloth side porch so making a little screen flowers for cutting.I attention to the music pupils.F. and Mrs. J. E. Driggers and never fears nor denies the truth Fairbanks R. B. Thomas was visiting at

was tacked on and then with the so we could sit there and have some can't tell you how much we L. Oglesby of Savannah, Ga., children and Mra. J. :J. Morgan mo- nor permits any ambition or pressure one day of last week.
help of daughter and Bon both enjoy our beautiful yard. I just tored to swerve him from duty.:, Mrs. E. Howard have returned
my privacy. I had a large stand for spent the week-end with his par- to Gainesville Sunday after- to
of whom were in school, we hung my potted plants under each of recommend that you study your ...,.. "A"A noon. Charleston Gazette. her home after spending a while

the paper. two beautiful camphor trees. Of home grounds and get your home I y"0. L.: Harrison, M. L. Walter- Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Raulerson ot: --* here with her daughter Mrs. R B.

The total cost of all materials I course, we had to move these back demonstration agent to help you son and L, J. Wynn attended Jacksonville, were dinner guests of Roosevelt is the choice of the lib- Thomas.
was $4.40, and such a change they j make It a well planned and beautiful Mr. eral Independent voters. In the .
of the tea garden. I do want to preach at Macclenny this week. and Mrs., H. M. McRae Wednesday --
made. tell you about this tea garden of place. You will enjoy your Rev. Mathison of Waldo filled east many of the leaders are opposed Roosevelt knows

Two tables and one chair were ours-which sounded, n n so n ImDoaalble un,. _____'_ experience. his regular appointment at the Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Halslop and to him but the vote in New has triumphed over politics.his He
removed from the room entirely. when we first talked about it. Methodist church last Sunday eve- son, Fred, and Robert Ward, were Hampshire demonstrated con- competitors. He nearest
The other furniture was grouped about half Mrs. M. vincingly that he has a most flat may strike some
Beginning way from visiting Mr. and H. .McRae snags but the in
manner which hU
;j together to make music and read- the front and back of our house is WOODLAWN ning.Mrs.. O. L. Harrison and Mr. and Sunday. tering following among the people. campaign is

ing centers. I used my old curtains a large scuppernong grape vine. Mrs. L. L. Bedenbaugh, were shop Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and -Lincoln Star. that being managed who Indicates
any opponent
) hung two hand painted We couldn't afford to move this, so HIM' MrrtU 1'f.' ..... C... ping In Starke last Monday.Mrs. daughters, Edna and Thelma, and to head him off will have expects to
There is value in momentum.
pictures over the old fashioned we converted it into a tea garden.We L. L. Bedenbaugh, who was Mrs. E. J. Lewis were visiting Mr. Roosevelt boom will continue to be "wide awake and doing" from
grand piano. had a piece of old wire fencing called to the bedside of her slater, and Mrs. Leonard Moore In Boat- now on.
There -Wilmington
s will be a sock party givenat speed up if something isn't done Every Eve
Can't you draw an Imaginary nailed to the grapevine posts on the Mrs. Rule Johns returned to her drain section Sunday also attended ning.
Woodlawn school house Saturday about it pretty soon, by those who
picture of the once dingy room
now front with some Dorothy Perkins home here last Sunday. church at China Groove.Mr. -- .
night for the 4.11 club girls. prefer another candidate. But
made beautiful with its very new wire for W. of Waldo visited J. '
roses running on a screen. Mrs. I. Wesley W. Drigers of Pine Level,
Everybody invited.Mr. what can they do Providence There seems to be no question
clean walls of and the the furniture pleasing arrangement We tore away this wire and bad and Mrs. Lonzle Norman of her cousin, Mrs.Jennie Roper. was visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Journal. but what Roosevelt carries the popular .
? two inexpensive trellises made. will at the Lewis
Rev. McGauley preach Monday.
Vanderbilt section attended churchat support, and should win the
We enjoyed the room a great When I got these rose vines twin,:J I Baptist church next Sunday morn- .Elder and Mrs. W. E. Hall and
Hellbronn West all nomination. He is candidate
Saturday night. Key -Practically ex- the
deal but after while
; decided to
a around the trellises looked Mr.
this they as Miss Allene Rosier of this section Ing and evening. Thornburg all of Green Cove 'erlor work on Marine Hospital an- of the people.-Detrolt Lakes Tri
exchange property In town though they had been growing and s were visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
Miss Pearl Jordan of bune.
Starke nex completed.
,
for a real home In the country. I there for McRae -
ages. Sunday. .
were visiting in Evergreen section --------- ---- ------ -
wish time would permit me to tell Then I wanted a rose trellis for Thuradav. Mr. and Airs Joseph Norman

you of the changes that we are the entrance to the tea garden, but Mrs. Pearl) Campbell of Pensa- BOATDRAIN spent the weekend at Lake Butler
making with Miss Jordan's help. there was a post right In the centerof with relatives.W. .
cola, returned home Monday night Miss Susie Allen Con
We have put In a bath and water
the front of the grape vine andI after R. Halslop/ Oscar Crosby, MIAMIFLORIDA"THE
spending a few days with her
have
system, changed the walls couldn't figure any way except to father, Mrs. I. N. Norman. Fred HaJ lop and Robert Ward motored -
and built in closets. Numerous get two trellises and PLAYGROUND"
have a double Miss to Gainesville Friday. YEAR-ROUND
other Improvements are under Myrtle Norman and sister, Rev. McGauley filled his regular
,
way entrance
which was too .
t and expensive.I Mrs. Mamie Lou heresy were vis- appointment at China Grove .
we are
making a pleasant
took this
home.I up with my husband, iting the home of Mr. and Mrs Church Sunday.The REPORT ON MARRIAGE AND HOTEL LEAMINGTON"MIAMI'S
who at once figured a cheaper way. Perry Newaom DIVORCE
am sure all there la Friday afternoon. Brotherhood from Jacksonville FOR FLORIDA
you agree He removed the center post, of
no better way for women and girls course, and used a single rose trellis Misses Agnes and Louise Sapp was out Sunday at China MOST POPULAR IIOTEL"N.

to serve our country, than to build for east entrance to tea gar- attended churcn at Hellbronn Sun- Grove Church -and had a good Washington, D. C., March 31, E-.lst St. & 3rd Ave.

better and more attractive places day.Mr. meeting.Mr. 1932.-The Bureau of the Census
n for our families to live in. den.I advise and Mrs. John Gordon and S. B. Woodard from Plant announces that according to the YEAR ROUND RATES
all of to
husbands Interested you get your children attended church at Hell City spent Sunday night with his returns received, there were 17- $2.00-$2.50-$30O-Sln2'le
In your home bronn Saturday night.Mr. brother, 1>. 1>. Woodard.Mr. 336 marriages performed In FlorIda 3004005.00Double -
My Improvement Improvement for
Story they are lots of
J. S. Norman and son, Howard and Mrs. D. J. Richey and i during the year 1931, as com- No Higher Rates
(By Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Starke.) help-and really enjoy doing It, I visited
1 children, from Gainesville
think. i were visiting Mr. J. M. Dixon pared with 17.147 in 1930 repre- All rooms with private bath
A year or more ago a friend of her grandfather Mr. D.- D. Wood-
Friday.Mr. senting an increase of 189 or 1.1
I mine insisted I ask our home demonstration According to our plan we then ard and aunt Miss Evie Woodard cent. In Service, efficiency courtesy, cleanliness, hospitality, economy and
I per 1922 there were 14-
agent, Miss Pearl Jor- began to move some of my plants Melvin Carter was visiting Sunday afternoon. 978 honesty are the cardinal principles upon which the popularity of
marriages
dan, to landscape our yard, but I i, to their new location in the yard. ,Miss Waldo.Elma Lane Saturday night at Mr. Henry Perry from St. Augustine During the year performed.1931 there were the Hotel Leamington has been built.

a felt like we had about all the flow I use to think you couldn't move visited his sister, Mrs. Jes- 3,563 divorces
Miss Agnes granted in the state Alfred Simmons, Proprietor J. Fred Brunner, Manager
ers and shrubs we could afford and large plants, but you Just seem to her Sapp was visiting sie Norton Sunday.Mr. as compared with 3,632 in 1930,
g too, I thought only people with have wonderful results when Miss cousin Myrtle Norman Sun- Harry Lewis and two daughters representing a decrease of 69 or, c.

money could do those things. How- Jordan says move anything. In the day.Mrs. from Corinth were at China ___ ________ .. n ___
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.( ever, late last winter or real early outside corners of the tea gardenwe :J.' S. Norman was visitingher Grove Church Sunday.Mr. .
spring, a year ago now, I decidedto used, besides a dogwood already brother, Mr. O. :J. Phillips at Arch Thomas was at China t;? ojI ;'? ;?;? ;>t;?<;;trl:

Invite Miss Jordan over and see (growing there, a holly and a Lawtey Tuesday. Grove church'Sunday.

what could be done. Sure enoughas yaupon from our forests. We moveda Mr. and Mrs. Jim Austin and Miss Cherry,! Harrell spent the COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
I followed her around she would bridal wreath, or spires, right children of Lawtey were visitingMrs. week with MrJ' and Mrs., Charley ,
Bay "We'll move this, that and the beside this dogwood where it will Austin's slater, Mrs. Grace Johns at the'r lake and returned STARKE FLORIDA-IN LIQUIDATION

other plant and put so and so in | droop gracefully underneath the Norman Sunday. i home Saturday. JOSEPII E. WILSON, Liquidator

their places." Pretty soon she said ,dogwood limbs. In front of the Miss Debbie Phillips; and son, People In this| section are busy
something about a lily pool, tea foundation plantings in this cornet Simeon were In Jacksonville Fri planting and replanting their crops. ASSETS
1'' garxeits, etc., and then I we bank a mass of wild azaleas day. July 11, 1930 Dr. Cr. Mar. 31, 1932

,-- -, --- ---- --- -- ,-.' Station Fixtures _________ $ 1,30000 $ IIU O $ 1,248.50

Loans Discounts _____ 315.1539.00 1,313.92 110727.87 206,125.05Bonds

ROSEDALE _ _________ U,150.oo _____ 23650.00: 21,500.00
SCHOOL DAYS By DWIG BUSS Lucille Griffin, Cor. Banking House ______ 14,000.00 ________ 14000.00 ______

Furniture Fixtures _____? 6.000.00 __________ 5,00000 _______
i : Real Estate _____, 22,227.67 54.2S4.9a 6683.27 69809.36

Mr. J. L. Starling and Mrs. Wes- Due from Banks ?____ 2,140.46 42,146.08 44104.65 181.89

ley Harris and Mrs. Joe Hodge and Cash _ ____________ 6,474.81 11,920.27 17,138.74 256.34:

= Miss Myrtice Harris were business Cash Item ____ _______?__ 645.02 _________ 645.02

P visitors to Starke Saturday after Overdrafts ?-______ 1,309.19 _________ 1,112.33 196.86
Due from State Treasurer _________ 43,055.98 42.S02.27 053.71

r noon.Mrs.. Nettie Raulerson and Profit& Loss __??_____?_____? 11372.13 941.41 10,430.72Liquidator's
daughter, Daisy were visiting Mr. ( Operating
and Mrs. J. L. Starling Friday. Expenses:

Mrs. Dora Johns la expected to General Expense ______________ 3,303.69 _______. 3.303.69
leave soon for a visit with her Commissions Paid _' __________ 4,924.93 _____ 4924.93

laughter, Mrs. Ruba Smith In Salaries Paid -_ ___:._____________ 1.657.57 _______ 1.657.57

Jacksonville. Interest Paid ____________ 2016.94 __?___ 2,010.94Advanced
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilkerson for Loan

vas visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Protection. _______ 1728.78 ____ 1728.78

Raulerson Saturday night. Taxes Paid .________ 4,145.99 _____ 4.145.93
J Miss Ruba Raulerson was visit-

'ng Mr. and Mrs. Dopsle Griffls I Total _??. ..?410841.13 328725.31

lunday afternoon. l LIABILITIES
Miss Lucille Griffls was a
2 veek-end visitor with her sister, [[ Capital Stock .9 40,000.00 ______ _......_____ 40000.00
frs. Eleen Norman of Bootaey'sleach. Surplus Fund 1S,000.00: ______ ____ 15,000.00
j [ Undivided Profits _ 3,970.27 3.144.06Unpaid .. 1,826.21Stock
[
Assessments CoL __ .. ___ .. 18757.93 18,757.93
Mr. Buck
and Elzie Griffin spent [
Savings Deposits ____
183,227.86
184,580.01 IM2611 ___-
turday night with Mr. Claude [
: tows [ Individual Deposits ___ 122294.85 122.472 44 177JS9 __-

: ( Mr. Buch and Elzle Griffls were C Certificates of Deposit __ 17,345.16 17,343.16: ___ ____
.: tailing Misses Mary and Mamie C Cashier's Checks_ ___ 239.46 239.49 _____ .:.____

'llkerson Sunday afternoon. C Bills Payable _____ 21609.81 21.609.81 _____- ________

Mr. Wilmert Knight was visit- C Drafts _____ 7,154.19 7,154.19Deposit ______ _______
'ff Mr. Walter Wittfeldt Sunday C Liability -._ __________ ?____.... 47,091.80 47,091.80
Liquidator's Certificates
y, ternoon. C
1 Outstanding _________..
h a ; '%,. Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Manning of C 10,403.37 207,76J.79. : 197,862.42 "1
Collections to apply on

Mr.Lake and Butler Mrs. David visiting Manning.his parents, .. Taxes --__________ __..____ 129.011 129.06.
Interest on Loans and
n We all are to learn
that Miss Margaret very sorry Manning is Deposits - _____________ ______.. 4.342.72 4,382.72
C Interests on Bonds <- ?-------- ---- 2431.60 2431.60
Ill and
very hope she will be
-ten able to be out again.CEMETERY soon C Rents Collected _.-________ ___.__ 1,140.43 1.140.43:
C Recoveries - -___ _...__ 603.13 603.13
\ I

!' WORKING Totals ____410841.13 $549- ,75 $349,744.73: 328723.31
C The foregoing comparative statement of the Bradford County Bank. Starke Floe
x'I There will be a working at Ever- C ida, Is true.. and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. '

reen cemetery Wednesday, April C JOSEPH E. WILSON

N'flNTL' (Sib, for the purpose of fencinghe C Liquidator Bradford County Bank. I
a* E5cAPE lot. Those Interested will be i C

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shore, set out in a boat and succeeded estimated the flour will serve for E. H. Padgett was unknownto deaths from gunshot wounds unlawfully DUMMY BALLOT art i iCarrv'Ing
In looping a rope about Its I known needs here for four and one- Judge Atkinson at the time be inflicted by T. R. Land
News of Florida In Short Paragraphs tall. The question la, what Is it? half months with a 24-pound sack signed the order to permit entry into and D. C. Land." Inquest Wit.
names nf .tats and coun
per family per week the vault. nesses offered testimony that they ty can BradentonSheriff James P, saw the Lamia near where the El- 'In the T.I"'h l to this.
Davidson' of Manatee county was Miami- Police end l fire departm Winter Haven- A successful .t.I Been brothers' bodies were found late rmryln, Thl nnm.n IK not of all alt onmtldataa onli-ml' ballot tor,

today investigating the finding mast representatives! today continued I months! campaign to secure $45,000 by their father The Lands, farm- different pains, but flute. only thoM

[ LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD a human skull on Snead's Island,, their search for clues as to from the Baptists of Florida ii> ers, were arrested on murder, through candidate paid. who adT.rtlimin have ..nta snno.no.e In this
near this city, late yesterday. The the Identity of for the ulTloo .. i
persons who bomb- pay the Indebtedness on their or- charges, but were released on bond papnr th r .k.
dlscoverey was made by W. C. ed three Miami theatres Saturday. phans home In Arcadia came to a of $$,000 each for grand Jury ac- twill. MM H. Marked*.. to Hl.kt .( j

Jones, who resides on the island. Rewards for apprehension and con- close with the return of the cam- tion In June. They waived pre- For o...n .r 3
The skull and several vertebrae ap viction of the bombers were raisedto I paign director The Rev. J. H. liminary hearings.Orlando Vote for One.

BY OUR EXCHANGESTallahassee parently belonged to the body of a $1.350 by the announcement of Griffith. D. D., to the pastorate of -- STAFFORD CALDWKL.L:
full grown man. The upper row County Solicitor Fred Pine of a the local Baptist church. Dr. Grif- --Florida state head k
.. .. .. .. ... .. .... .... CAnT A. IIAHDKB:
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.. r--"" u. of teeth were missing while the $100 reward from personal funds. fin waa "loaned" to the orphanageboard quarters for the federal seed loan

-Florida's so called Pierce and Shell Fish Commissioner lower set was intact being badly Theatre owners already have post for the task by the congregation board has been opened here In the JOHN W. MAKTINSrrrctarr :

chain store tax law was declared Strickland of Tallahassee thru worn, which indicated that the man ed a $1,000 reward and the Miami which paid his salary dur- chamber of commerce building .f eUte

valid by the state supreme court the local chamber of commerce, in was old. It Is thought that the re- City Commission $250. Damage to ing the quarter, and in addition with O. F. Gardiner In charge. A Vote for'on.it. ._

here today. The law an act of the an effort to put a stop to illegal cent windstorm was responsible for the theatres was estimated at $200. raised the sum of $1,000.71 for the corps of Inspector will work out A. QUAY -

1931 legislature taxing all retail seining and power dragging of the the unearthing of the bones being The threatres bombed were the orphanage. This doubled the goal from this office to all parts of the (vmnlaaloiiar of A..a...".,..
stores and warehouses but Increasing Indian River in this vicinity. This found on the beach, just a few Tower and Regent In Miami and it $500 net by the officers, and state when applications for loans Vote for oneNATIiAN

the tax on chain stores on a practice ia gradually destroying the yards from the water's edge. the Coral Gables theatre. was one of the largest contribu- have been made. County Agricul- MAYO ;
graduated 'scale based on their natural breeding beds and the live- tions made by any congregation In tural Agent K. C. Moore said today
number and the number of coun- lihood of local fishermen and the Daytona Beach-Contract has Tallahassee -- Attorney General the state. The church here was that he had received notice that the vote"'for 0. llallroad ona. C'UMiml>. ...r

ties In which they are operated, port of winter guests Is being seri- been let to M. U Crews for extensions -' Cary D. Landis qualified today served by a supply pastor, Dr. \V.I. seed loans could also be obtainedBy P
to the ocean here which with Secretary of State Robert A. Anderson the three citrus It had W. U. VJUOLAttS
was/ upheld by a four to two decision ously threatened. pier during growers. previously t't'JOII.i
of the court. will make It the longest on the Atlantic -i Gray as a candidate for electionto months. been reported that the loans W. NKWHISHN!:

I Hastings-The new potato market Coast, and a pile driver will ; a full term In the Democratic were confined to truckers In thin For' .(.'. .....0. 4
Miami-The Dade county "baby in the Hastings sections was be towed to the site Monday to primary June 7. He now holds the Tallahassee--The chain store tax state. I Vote for' on..

bund" committee today sold $37,000) featured: by a slump during the start the Job, Jeter D. McMillan, office by appointment from Governor law voted by the 1931 legislature TIIKLMA: JOHNS

">f the bonds to a man and his wife past week. The price ranged from original builder and owner of the Doyle E. Carlton. Fons A. today was held constlutlonal by the DeLand--The impending additionof HAL Y. MA1NES '
who paid for them in cash with $325 to $350 per barrel for No. pier and casino, announced this af- Hathaway of Jacksonville, candi- Florida Supreme Court In a ..2 de 50 families to the population of '
large size paper money from hid- 1'. f. o. b. Hastings. .However, the ternoon. A total of 056 lineal feet date for the Democratic nomina- cision. The law levies a tax on all Volualft County and an Increase In i J. M. MANN (

ing places, they told John S. Nor demand Increased at the close of will be added to the structure, Including tion as governor, also qualifiedwith stores and merchandise In ware- productive area of approximately M........ II.... R*.rM>. man, sale chairman. They listed the week. Due to the Increase in one 200-foot extension Into Secretary Gray today. T. S. houses, with graduated Increased 1700 fertile acres, was foreseen by Vote for one.
the hiding places as in China demand, growers and distributorshave the ocean; two 48-foot cross sec- Hart of Jacksonville also qualifiedas rates on chains accordlngs to the County Livestock and Agricultural O. &'. INMAN

dishes, In carpets, between walls decided not to accept less tions, a 64-foot T-eection at the a candidate for the gubernatorial number of stores operated. Hold- Adviser J. A. Harper today, following T. B. riNHOLUTICH -
The than $4 net end, and 196 feet skirting the ca- ; nomination. In Lake City, ing the law was not an arbltuary an Inspection tour of the c
campaign
and in the ground. Monday. Shipments
sino. Another will carried out Vow {"....F ......
hoarded Improvement Lester Wells of Tallahassee, qualified and unreasonable discrimination development now being
i- being conducted to return during the week, amounted to 257 Vote for .n.. i
money to circulation. carloads, bringing the total be construction of a fish harbor in with the Democratic> committee between chain operators and single at Farmton, near Osteen, by Dr. ,
shipments from Florida this year' the ocean at the end of the structure headquarters as a candidatefor store owners, the supreme court W, Q. Doren of Milwaukee. Six CIRO' A. UARDINIsnR. r

to 1126 carloads. 50 by 300 feet. railroad commissioner. overruled an attack made on the thousand citrus trees have been K. IMCKHYMAN
That tung oil Is coming:
Palatka- law by Louis K. Liggett Company, planted, It was said, and work Is
use is being dem- Swperlstewdewt .r ....._a.
into practical Daytona Beach-A solid carloadof Miami-Contests of a vault in a' the Wlnn-Lovett Company, and rapidly forging ahead In connection Vote for one..
here M. E. Mills, ofiafnee'ille Orlando-Franklin O. King, of
by
onstr fed government flour, 36,000 pounds downtown office, said to be head other operators of groups of stores. with the clearing of the acre- I. II. KUTCIIv I
is Emmett Orlando state senator from the '
who painting an ,
,
( of it, will soon be received by East quarters of a syndicate owning The companies claimed the law un- age. Present plans call for the
.
street residence with tung oil 19th district today announced his j. antrrian.
Volusla chapter of the AmericanRed slot machines operated throughout i constitutional taking their case to planting of several hundred acresto
paint made from tung oil nuts candidacy for state commissionerof Cross for distribution In this the Miami area, were seized todayby i the supreme court after twice los celery and In addition to this, n. WI110lNK }

grown in Florida. Only one coat agriculture In the Democratic section, Herbert| B. Frederick, county officers directed by I IState's ing attempts to have it declared considerable acreage will be devoted (' Clreult (..rt U 4U'hrk ,
nf paint Is being used, on the primary June 7. In a prepared an- : to the production of cabbage, Vote for
chapter chairman, said today. The Attorney N. Vernon Hawthorne -, invalid in circuit court. one
theory that in this climate better nouncement King said interests of Red Cross chapter has made the and armed by an order signed lettuce and potatoes and possibly, O W. ALDERMAN
results( wil b*obtained by applyingone farmer, citrus growers and truck Family Welfare Association its by Circuit Judge H. F. Atkin Mayo-A coroner's Jury Investigating at a later date, strawberries.
.
) coat every four or five years growers of Florida 'have been ut- thie recent fatal 9 A. J THOMAS
agent for distribution of the flour, son. A few hours later the officers shooting'
instead of a double coat every 10 terly overlooked and sadly neglected I Far. Tin ......
which according to a letter today were served with an Injunction restraining of Leonard and Mose Ellison, Tampa- ;At annual meeting of A. i
or 13 years. Mr. Mills is the factory by the state department of ag from Representative Ruth Bryan them from making a brothers, in a swamp near here, to- Peninsular Telephone Co., held Vote for one.In .

representative for the paint. riculture" for.years. If elected, he I Owen, is for use of family relief ''I seizure. The latter was signed by day recommended that T. R. Land, here recently, normal construction W. HATES ,
said, he would "actively aid in agencies public school lunches for Circuit Judge Paul D. Barns Sunday and his son, D. C. Land, be held for budget of about $500,000 for Improvements .. II HILT.

Ocala-A statewide meeting to 'solving the problems of these pro- needy children and relief of transient night, and its existence, according their deaths. The Jury's verdict and extensions approved. N. I>. WAINWrUOHT i

devise ways and means for control ducers. and homeless families. It is to Fritz Gordon attorney said the Elnaons, "came to their .. .. .- n
of, forest fires and muckland fires, -- -------.- fat Ta* Coll..... I l'
Vote for i
which have caused heavy property Lake Worth-Residents of this one 14

damage In Florida during the past city were today looking for a man CARL JOHN) it

year, will be held here April 13 and who knows something about fishes. ANNOUNCINGTHE CARL, A. JCNIOHT 1Fo.
36. State legislators, county commissioners This afternoon attendants at the aherlffVnte .
drainage district officials Lake Worth Casino caught a 900 for on.. 1y

municipal officers, chambers pound monoster, about 73 feet from '
OSPAR:! ANDRKU
of commerce workers, heads of civic the beach that so far has gone un- I II.
clubs and agricultural interests identified. It is greyish in color, .. C. CMCMONS

have been urged by Gov. Doyle E. measures about eight feet from W. J. EPPKIWON

Carlton:: to attend the meeting top to bottom and about eight feet .
11..... ... .<..001 Roar1-nialrtct. 1 .
"that some program may be worked in length with a thickness of only Vote for ..n...
out for a sane fire controL" two feet and looks like a cross be- NEW FORD O. M nI'1NNP1'1"
tween a porpoise and a shark. At-
Vero Beach-A petition signedby tendants said, "Believe It or not, J. T. MOORS: f

over 100 citizens of Indian Riv- this fish was lassoed." Attendants R. A. NBWBOMM ,

er County has been presented to of the casino, who saw the strange .ntt>.. Srkl. ....-Ultri4 ,
Deputy Warden Lloyd of Fort denizen of the sea splashing off Vote for on.. 7t

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ARTICLE No. 23
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Probably the most difficult: thing lora ponents are sure to take him out. That\ J. U UN t>IS II HI LI.. I ,

player to decide is when to bid, and theory would be all right if the partnerof loniitr l'ommlAlo..r-UlalrUI 4 ,
frequently the player will hold a hand the weak bidder tell Vote for on..i,.
that require some thinking before whether the bidder was bidding on a J
making a bid. Sometimes you hold strong or weak: hand; but that, 01ccurse Q. W. IHN8ON
cards that would justify a bid from ia impossible. ('Annfr sml..lo.-Di.trlet> S '
you if I( you knew the cards in your i Players who persist in making weak Vote for on.. '(j .
partner's hand, but as you are not a bids end up by toning the ;lence o! O. W. ANDREWS:
mind reader and your hand does not their partners and as a result lose manya a'' ; .
contain a thoroughly sound original game and rubber that they should I4Yb 4 .. H. T. OBTBKNSt. : '
bid, the best thing for you to do is to have won Don't let the 'bidding ". I
,)... Is of cards Petersburg Bandu, Inc.,
Bridge a game high I mania" get you or you will soon live to
area, and kings, and what have no ace, regret it. Lie low when you do not : real estate dealers, capitalized at
or king, no matter other cards hold the card There is a policy of $5,000/ granted charter i -I
)'ou hold, you should pass if it is have matterly inactivity which, at times, ,is i ,
turn to open the bidding. I If you most effective. Try it out and you will! {
an ace and king and three other small be surprised. at the results.
cards of one suit, it is advisable to bid OVER *
One of has sub- WORkED
that suit once. It isn't much of a handof our correspondent '' Tin New foaD EIGHT Dt Lux Tudar SiJ** ,
mitred the following hand fot dis-
course, but your partner must have CUlUIOIIt NERVES ;
C t
something to shoot at. You must tell Example Hand
him something about your hand. You .
are playing a partnership game and it 1 Y i
is 'tour! duty and part of your contract A n : b5 Engine "Vil rationlc ro'fy
to inform your partner at your earliest : Z : Eight-cylinder, 90-dcgrce V.type -Iaorse-power a ..
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opportunity the nature of your hand.It _._
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is perfectly safe to assume that

nearly There all i. of very the little best players difference play in alike.the Clubs Hearts----K 10,4, 8.3 Roomy Beautiful Bodies :* Low Center of Gravity Silent Second Gear

Diamonds-K, Q, 8,3
play of the best the
players and bidding
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therefore is doubly important. Make Spades Y
sound bids originally or pass. There is No score, rubber game. Z dealt and Synchronized Silent Gear Shift Ir Seventy.five \\.ilc Hour a Comfortable V I Iw
no middle course here The original bid bid one spade, A two diamonds, Y two per b
must have a meaning and if you bid spades and U passed. What should Z
originally without high cards, without now bid with the foregoing hand and t.
cards that will take tricks, your bid is why, at either Auction or Contract Riding Springs Rapid Acceleration Low Gasoline Consumption ReliabilityNew
misleading and is known and recognized In the opinion of the writer,Z shouldnow
as the Boob Bid. bid two no trump over the two jjjjjjjjjjjj-
Practically all Auction and Contract spades. He knows that his spade bid is
layers who have played these games a four-card bid and that only very
for any length of time realize that it is good support by his partner will enable self-adjusting Houdaillo double- enclosed four-wheel brakes Distinc Individual insides>sun visors IwY p
bad policy to make a bid with a hand bun to score game.lie also knows that UP TO TOOT' can la work ;, ry .
that |Is too weak to Justify the bid. he has a double stopper in the diamond acting hydraulic shock absorbers with tive iteel-spoke wheels with large hub Cowl ventilation Adjustable driver's every nerve at high tension.. M
They realize that such bids are unsound suit which will probably be opened at Handsome radiator. i Choice of Mohair Broadcloth No wonder you at the wife
but it looks thermostatic control New rear caps. V-rype seat snap '
For these
cannot seem to resist the no trump. reasons, and bark at the children.
temptation to bid. Their theory seems like a better chance to score game at spring construction Automatic Graceful new roof line and slanting or Bedford Cord upholstery la alt de Watch anti I Orsrwotked r. '
to I be that the dealer runs no risk by no trump than at spades. The followingare
lead
nerves to Slwpr- ),
waking a weak bid because his op the hands held by all four players: spark control t i ; Down-draft carburetor windshield of clear polished plate safety luxe closed types. --. Nervous may Headache, Nerve h .y.

Carburetor silencer Bore glass. Single-bar bumpers, chromium ens Indigestion and a.best e! 1{
Hearts K, V. 7. S THE NEW FORD FOUR-CYLiNDEB. CARtnimpnivrJTorJoitr other dUtnrbaoessb

Clubs-Q, 10,9,7,2: 3 1/16 inches. Stroke_ 3 3/4 Inches plated Low drop center frame .. yliHt/tr, 9O-Ant-f. .u'trftigiMt Why don anpleaunt t yon try Dr. Mlhsf ,4 ,
Diamonds- 10 7 .
.
Effervescent Nervine Tablets
Spades-A, 4 Piston displacement 221 cubicinches Mechanically operated pump drawing traling iolth sew im9otlma, il avail. Just one In a half class of 1 ,

Clubs-s Flean.-A, 8Z: : y i Clubs Hearts--A.Q,6 J., 3 6,,4 3 9O-degree counterbalanced fuel from fourteen-gallon gasoline lank aklt ia/o.rt.es body types at ISO ha that iht water makes) a pleasant, .pu .'

A, J, 9, 6, 5, 2 1 A B i Diamond*-4 crankshaft Large effective fully in rear ; Choke on Instrument panel n.rrfpoading V.8 prices kited tftow. to hag over-taxed drink d.Uchttu1.l7thIDc 1M"'". },
Spadea8 6 -J, 9, S 2
J : z : Spades Dr. Miles' Nervine Is now FF ,; #
made In two form*--Liquid sad 1Fff.reaeent
Hearts -10, 4 UNUSUALLY LOW PRICK Tablet. Both hart
Clubs- K, 8. J A GREAT NEW CAR AT AN
effect/
DiamondsK, Q. 8,3 the same soothing P
Spuden K, Q. 10,7It Roadster $460 Coup . ,$490 D.Lsrxefoadster$500 D.Lv..T"t/or $550 DclMxeTorJor $645 $1X0 at jour drug atop l llI

I ie evident that Y Z eaR score at give B a ruff, B should now lead V bat to* 49S Sport Corp. 335 D. Lrxe Phaeton 545 D. Lv...' Coupe 375 Victoria . 600TIIJ"rSJ.
4Ubt three" odd at DO trump but will be another club and give A another ruff 610 ConvcrtibhStJaH 650P #
i i e to make game at lpa IE3SI opening} at spades would be the to that Y Z can only make one odd at 1''l
club which B will win and spades. It I. a good example of clever I
A a ru1f. A inferential bidding and the good result!
the should Iud first
now iced IW P/""" Plays t/V"htnal Credit Cf.)
t. ace, _then a email diamond, and obtainable therefrom. (( ,O B.DtritplMtfnifht t/II"I J./Jwf7. 8rsrperr.sd rpanNn.xtr. ECfm01lfIt"II./J".oIl6"Arrbo 1, ,
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'AGE rom BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAKKE. FLORIDA FRW..Y.J'RIL

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number of selections appropriateto 1'charm of the rooms where the I'entertained in May I;;Mrs.: L.: A. Refreshments were then and L. R. Edwards; honorary- ---- -

the season, one of which was members gathered. The circle' Davis. 1.------by the members of the D. Wainwright, O. W Aia.rman I'll

arranged and set to music by the leader, Mrs. E. M. Johns, presidedover 'I I Auxiliary. It was voted J. 1>1. Truby, W. T. Week ,

ocietv4IMADISON orchestral director. Several the business session which one of the happiest and most successful Gardiner
members > i PRESBYTERIAN ANNUAL and W. W Baladei ,*,,
f
:: 5 of the music faculty will assls was opened with the song, "Joyto MEETING HEM congregational meetings in rangemcnts were in chart: ,'

; with the program, including Miss the World." Mrs. J. W. White the history of the church. Burns-Howard, Jacksonville mOt'I'

Ella Scoble Opperman, dean of the conducted the devotional service, The annual congregational meet- .. tlciaas.
"The of JAMES! T. JONES
\ school of music. the theme being Joy
I ing of the Presbyterian Church was
The program In which Miss Fernandez I Jesus." Mrs. W. K. Middle ton add- \OTICi! : TO D. n'rnns VMJ 111-:1):
held in the church auditorium last
AVENUE: GARDEN entertained honoring the senior T. Irons
Funeral services for James
will play follows: 'ed to the program by reading a
class of the B. H S. Wednesday evening with a good Notice In hereby given
CLUB TO MEET '
pictures Jones, Confederate Veteran, who 'I i
Mozart Sympony (Jupiter) leaflet concerning'moving
attendance of members and friends. creditors, legatees, dtntrlnut, ,
f The rooms were beautifully deco' Brandenburg Concerto -- Bach and children, and Mrs. A. Wood also died at the family residence April nil poi-nonii having claims main.'; '
rated with flowers the J. M. Mitchell chairman of the of- the estate of L. W. .'
The Madison Avenue Cards spring Klckllt
1 Ella Scoble Opperman, piano talked on the same subject. let were held at the grave in Pre-
ceased
.I, Club will meet at the home of Mrs school colors, pink and green being Annetta Hamilton, violin. During the social period the hostess ficial board presided over the meet- vatt cemetery on April 2nd. The sent their are claims hereby to requested the Hon"b\,,r,,

''t J. W. Andrews Jr., Thursday afternoon used. Wilma Bristol flute. assisted by Mrs. A. Z. Adkins ing in his usual happy manner and Rev. O. P. Raymond, pastor of the Oeo. A. Gardiner, county lids

o April 14th., at 3:30: o'clock A short program waa enjoyed. Spring ______ Walter Ruel Cowles, and Mrs. W. E. Mlddletor, serveda grace. Reports from all depart- First Baptist church here assistedby Bradford ipproval within County one, Florida year ,from m" hh

,;' i It Is desired that all members be Those taking part were: Miss Quartet for women's voices with daintily appointed sweet course, ments gave evidence that the peat the Rev. C. F. Lubin and the I hereof, or thin notice will bt h 1 M Brlnnon and Miss church ending March 31, was bar thereto, and all persona
Patsy piano year lndb
present. accompanist of string orchestra, with sweet peas as favors. I Rev. Thoa. Hansen of Jacksonville, ed to said estate are requested' ,
, Cleo Shepard saxaphone. Miss in every way a successful year. their Bald debts "
pay
flute and harp. The Noble White Circle will hold conducted the services. forthwith '
' HOLD MEETING: rendered vocal The budget for the beginning .he undersigned executors.
,t SUNBEAMS Evelyn Stump a selection year
Gladys Olive Koch first soprano their next meeting the first Monday Pallbearers were: Active A. J. Thin 8th day of April. A. n. 19
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Miss 1 has been raised and :
t accompanied by Etta Roberston, second soprano in May, with Mrs. R. F. Dem- April fully Thomas, Carl Johns, W. J. Epperson JA8 F. KIC'KLITKn K, |"
:Mrs. J. II. Pitts and Mrs. A J Marjorie Stump at the piano. the church Is hopefi for the future X H. A. EDGAR M. THOMAS,
Mary Meginnlas, third soparon orest as hostess. F.'Klckliter Bishop 1-8-91-8-3
Thomas held the meeting of the Miss Marjorie Stump delighted : -. Executors
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Edith Deahl, alto. The Harriet Peek Circle was entertained -

Sunbeam Band Monday afternoon, those present with a clever read- Air de Ballet_____.._..__ Herbert by Mrs. Sam Andersonand J. M. Mitchell and H. H. Young sroggcaaaffltmiaBflmffiog CIl
3:30: at the Baptist church. A very ing and Miss Louise Thede gave Danse Sacree Danse Profane, De- Mrs. Pearl Snyder at the homeof were re-elected elders. The follow .

Interesting program of China was several piano numbers. ing were elected trustees for one
bussey the former on N. Cherry Street. FOR
rendered by the members. About Presiding at the punch bow Slavonic Danse _____?___ DvorakW. Baskets of spring flowers were ef- year' T. N. Kendrick, T. S. Williams i

twenty members and visitors were were Misses Lois Adkins, Marjorie e fectively placed in the' living room C. N. Christy, J. M. Mitchell, JOHN \\fE NEWBERN

present.CIRCLES Stump and Lois Long. Those M. S. CIRCLES HELD where the guests asembled. Mrs.J. Mike Marnea and Mr. Flannigan.At .
winning prizes in the contests were the conclusion of the business
INTERESTING H. Ritch, circle leader, presidedover
, OF BAPTIST ,Hiss Cleo Shepard and Mr. Her- NEW I1RY, FLORIDA
. MEETINGS MONDAYThe : the business session, after session all adjourned to the manse
W. M. S. TO MEET bert Stevens.At which Mrs. R. where a delightful under
-- A\ Weeks led the devotional program For State Railroad Commissioner
the conclusion of the games, circles of the Woman's service and also discussedthe the direction of Mrs. E. M. Davis

,( The circles of the Baptist W. M. the hostesses served an ice course Missionary Society of the Metho- leaflet entitled "Moving Pictures was given. I will appreciate your voteas well as your solicitation of

S. will meet Monday afternoon, with angel food cake. Dainty sou- dist church met Monday afternoon and Lawlessness." The following deserve special your friends' votes for me for State Railroad Commissioner

\ April 11th at 3 o'clock. Circle No. venlers of the occasion were green with about forty attend- At the close of the meeting the mention: Piano duet, Misses Jean in the Democratic primary in June. I have had forty

1 will be entertained by :Mrs. P. E. clover leaves tied with pink ribbon persons hostesses served a tempting sweet Davis and Margaret Lowry; readings years of continuous practical experience handling rail

Canova, Sr., Circle No. 2 by Mrs. and stamped 1932. Ing.Mrs.. E. S. Matthews was hostess course. Miss Marjorie Stump; vocal way transportation for the public. I will do all possible tot

G. W. Alderman and :Mrs. S. L. Those invited to be with the to the Noble White Circle at The money given for various purposes I solos, Mr. John Powell. Some I.make your confidence good, and merit your continued ,ij
Peek will entertain Circle No. 3. wenty-alx seniors were: Misses support.
then in which It
her home on N. Walnut street. by the two circles amounted games were played
Gullda Thede, Lois Long, Marjorie Baskets and bowls of sweet peas tp 1294. j some of the older members vied ------- -- ---.. -- -------- t

HAROLD JOHNSON tump, Lois Adkins and Richard and baby breath added to the The Harriet Peek Circle will be with the younger in showing their ;,lJmOOgJf inL9STEN JIiDJmII! ;,

HAS ISIKTHUAY PARTYOn Tiede. .____ ._ -- -- -- .
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Saturday afternoon Harold. BAPTIST WOMEN: TO

Johnson entertained a number of I HEAR!: MISS SMITH

,his little friends at his home with,I N RIG I NAL

a party, the occasion being his Jacksonville division of the ,

: ninth birthday. I Woman's Missionary Union of the _

Various outdoor games were Baptist Churches will meet in the

o played on the lawn after which refreshments -! First Baptist church of Starke g ____

were served to the Friday for an all-day session, Mrs. RacUo

I guests present. The favors given N. B. O'Kelley of Jacksonville pre-

were lolly pops.WOMAN'S siding. The .rl.,lnal R...ll One Can Sate f>
The address of the day will be Ida.. yea h-braadceM ever a aation

, CLUB TO made by Miss Bertha Smith, a wide radio Itoo ...p.

"HOLD MEETING Baptist missionary connected with The fcemendout. b rf aim' and the guns< *
the girls school at the mission entaed, quality merchandise on be ob
kliied only at REXALL D .f Slant.Aik &It S&E
field at Lalchow-Fu, Shantung _
w The Woman's Club will meet your" Recall druffltt' when ye. l
Province, China. She Is at homeon
Wednesday afternoon, April 13th nay har the d.lljhtful RYou'll <.ell preffemi.On .
at 3 o'clock. furlough for a few months, and beer bit, newt, tool
at present is in Florida for two
,( ". The program will be under the weeks, to make inspirational ...... -- r.
't direction of the American Home
speeches at seven different divis-
Committee, with Mrs. L. D. Green,
: aa chairman. ional W. M. U meetings. I THURS. FRI. SAT.
Miss Smith is an unusualy fine
[ Hostesses for the meeting are,
speaker and brings a wealth of information 3
Meadamea, L. D. Vlntng, J. B Cor- days only

, penlng, W. B. Parks, G. II. Lowry, work. regarding the mission APRIL 14 15 and 16
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SR. A. Weeks, W. F. Jones and L. ,
Mrs. H. C. Peelman, state execu-

D. Green. tive secretary of the Baptist W. M. ____________
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U., Is accompanying Miss Smith. to Keeps hands
i SURPRISE PARTY these different meetings. special occasions[ during the year we offer many of PEPTONA
these items at prices lower than the regular list price.AtDotlme.howeverdoweoft'eranyofthlamercbandlse.
The program will be the follow smooth satinMidnight
, as
Miss Elizabeth Hollingsworth
. was surprised with a dinner partyat ing: at such rock bottom prices at we are offering on this One For New Strength
9:60: o'clock Scripture, Mrs. T Cent Sale. Hand Cream combines features that ;
her home Friday in honor of soften and smooth the skin whiten It and Scientific( malt and Iron
J. provide
Terry; organization; greetings, Candy and Pure Food items are offered on this sale at compound that enriches -
, her 15th birthday. Mrs. A; M. Darby; response, Mrs. tremendously low prices but are not sold.on the On* Cent a this, invisible film of protection. Keep your bands soft blood gives strength and energy.
,
After dinner al,.. ..
were enjoyed and smooth
games ,
W. J.
Meade; "Let Us Go Into Ju- Sale Basis.
;i.. throughout the evening. Those en- dea Again," Mrs. N. B. O'Kelley. NO LIMIT BUY ALL YOU.'WANT: $1.00
joying the affair were: Misses Mar- Solo: "I Heard the Voice of JesusHay" 2 f for $1 .01 _
PINT
i the Hemingway, Geraldine Johns, Only Recall Stores can conduct MIDNIGHTMidnight
Rathbun
John Powell
f ( ), ; Th Recall On_ Cant Sale
Original
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,. Myrtice Ford, Dorothy Sapp, Louise "Studying Our Maps for the Jour-
t Snyder, Meldred Hundley, Dorothy toiletries -
Mrs. E. MacDowell Mrs.
. ney, VICTORIA SHARI DUSKA th modern for* Hand CASCADE Ml 31Shaving
White, Bill Edwards W. T. A. R. Wise Mrs. Brinson McGowan are ,
;, Weeks, Andrew Taylor, Tom McDonald CARA NOME Perfumo. muta designed by Pound Paper Cream
Mrs. J. W. Jelks, Mrs. W. C. Hot Water Bottle Laaglols. New '
,y. ? James Hollingsworth, Jim Carr. Rich tracraneei to i Cream E nv.I Plenty of rich lather
Full S cat. capacity. charm the ....... A creams-.perfumes white
William ta sotto
; my Moore Woolen Jim Fine bond. tough bearda.
[!] fee
a
Address, Miss Bertha Smith; Molded powder
Moore Edwards Arwood on. piece. choice, for every Correctly atyled.Luxurioua Don not Irritate ..kinf.60 .f
r George new 600 JAR
ef complete
Lalchow-Fu, China; 12:30: lunch type personality.Yeur = in weight 150.
' .and Mary Lucile Torode of Lawtey. 2 for $1.51 !fat beautiful, Tub. 2 /for f Sic =-
1:30: Prayer, the Rev. G. P. Raymond CaoR favorlt, 40oBo.
I '. 0 ; inspecting the conveyancefor 50. em-art package. kb 2 for 51c IQ-_

'::1..' : MIL AND MUS. W. M. WAINWRIGHT the journey confrence, Mrs. BOUQUET RAMEE ae 2 fo'51c 2 for 41c LIGGETT'S

( ENTERTAIN: H. C. Peelman; some essentials of Talcum 0clJ!! Chocolates

the equipment: "Best Tools", Mrs.E. Famous delicious
l'.. Colorful spring flowers' sweet )'I SUlian.Soft,Fragrant.Saves 1ti
D. Soloman, Mrs. S. E. Driskell; i' dainty frocks. checolatea. -!". .
. calendulas, and baby breath .
peas Claude _
"Our Mrs.
Baggage,
.ot
?& 2 for Tic 2 f for $1,01 ""
:' decked the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bridges: "Emergency and Aid

>.: ...W. M.. Wainwright Saturday night Case," Mrs. W. J. Epperson. tq,.4 Fi f _
:. when they entertained their club ..a.t4Z'r
Reports of committees and other BISMAREXAntacid
I is' ,I At contract: bridge business; solo, "Calvary" (Rod- Powder Mineral, OilTaiteleie

' At the close of a pleasantly spent Mrs. J. D. "The edorleia.colorltia .
1. ney), Doyle; I Correct acidity this Internal RS
(, evening, scores were totaled and Guide," :Mrs. J. S. McLemore; 3:05, t.et), never fall way. r lubricant.. Il f:. I
.
t prizes awarded Mr. and Mrs. C. A. dismissal. SOe KM

",: Knight for making high. e Jar 2 for 51c 2 for $ ..01i

: The hostess served a sweetS LOCAL GIRL IN

":.,',:.course to the following present: SPRING ORCHESTRAL p Aspirin 1. Orderlies DAINTY

; ; Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wall, Mr. and Milk ef Magnesia Deodorant

,\ Mrs. C. A. Knight and Mr. and Florida State College, Tallahassee A spoonful at night Does not depress the heart Soft powder to banlah -
:x. Mrs. J..C. Robinson. April 4.-Miss Alice Fernandez 1 min brighter cI.7" The delicious laxative body odor*. Dual r
In ahoea tool
i -. -- of Starke will play the first BOe Forefeet Aspirin Is true aspirin-when produced- nd Why take !harsh bitter closes when :you may have UJ* Ma Can .

; O. E. S. HOLDS MEETINGThe : violin in the annual spring orchestral Ha.. 2 for 51c when you buy It.That Ie why it relieve pain mar quickly lent!* delirious laxative? Safe for women at all time.It w
concert at Florida State SaJelyl For it doe not depress the teart. wakens bowels so...u71et thoroughly. 2 f for 36c _

Starke Chapter, O. E. S. met 'College for Women night,
Tuesday
in regular session last Monday I April 5. .of 24 tablets. 25o 2 for I 26C Tin of Sixty. 60o 2 for 51C Ml 31
Dental
Sanitary Paste
NapkinsMore
;r ,night with a good attendance. The orchestra, which is composed I :::
iI'Bo.absorbent. Formfitting Whiten teeth and 1
'" The main discussion of the evening of 47 members playing 10 l Sanitary. TOILET GOODS ----,. REMEDIES CANDY neutralise decay I

".i was making plans for some different instruments, will be under 11.00 Banquet Ramee Face Fdr f for 1',01 or Plata I for (I 01 tlntetf.Milk Choe. Bar U Ib. I for te acid..
1 of the officers and members to attend the direction of Walter Ruel 2? 2 for 36c :II.00 Ducks. F... Powder for*I.OI Jl.00BHt.\Wh.e-aad Irea |.\srt>nil.Oi2So Linetf Almond Bar. H. Ib. 2 for 30. I0>Tut*
'I 8\I,00 Ducks. Double Compaeta I for f I,*l75e Cedar Cheat Conpoaad. 2 for ase F.D.., Cherriea, 1 Ib. f for *1*
Grand Chapter which meets Cowles, associate professor of Duaka. Bleach Cream. f for ra. S3e Foot Pnwd.r i ., i'-i a for ... Wcapped I Caramala . 2 for so. 2 for 51c
| in Daytona Beach during the theory. Miss Annetta Hamilton, of 3 seI' 1Ae Dtuka Cleanain- Cream c tor 7.. 40e Gypsy Cream "V '. ":. '. *for 41* Hard Filled Candle. 1 Ib. a for *..
76e Diuka. Foundation Cream S for Tie boa Laxative Salta 'I. f""lI. Hard Candiea .
month of ApriLOne Jacksonville will be concert mas I Ib. a for SOe MIDNIGHT
j Epsom Salt I 5e Diuk* Talcum a for aaS ZSe Little Liver Pills a for lee Mint Rolla . .110. *.
of our Past Matrons, Mrs. ter.The ....",.$.. s. SOe Dusk Rouge. all whales for SI. '1,00 "113- Hair Tonia 'I.for$I.O1 Assorted Candy Bar a for .. Creams

'(+\ tt. D. Green, will be one of the program will consist of aGaiety I-1 1 lb. 2 for 26c KOe SlioM.dnhrhtTal"o Midnight' Pace f owder. a a. SforVI Ifo..31o* |1 26e.00 Sprint Srnip itypeebeaphitw Taba .. afortl.Ot a for xee STATIONERY Modern formula

i :Marshals during the session and .....,.,.. t.. 60o Midnight Perfume .' a for*l. See Hlnkle Caae. e.(100'a( .) 3 for :30. 11,00 Fountain Pen., ......rted at lower.Oa Jar price*.
7Sa Raxall Thtatriaal Cream25o a for Tea
it fi will also respond to one of the wel- 3 oz. 2 f for lie Rexall Cold Cream .. for ae lolorVan'I.. .2 for $1.01
''"; come addresses. 60e Riker. Ilaaol . aforSle SHARING PROFITS ft'00 Symphony Lawn tinte.ri. 2 for 51 c
3: both Theatre i 350011 Shampo a for 3e A most pleasant evening social -
t boa MUSI Shaving fleas I for SI.. W I T H V 0 U I lOa Lord Baltimore Pap.teriec
'- and fraternal was enjoyed. 2So Resall Tooth Peat a for a** ___ .... r N_ _. *.te whit and tinta .1 for SI.
'fi J( Germicidal' Soap 15c R. all Toilet Seep a for I*. .t. .. r -..- t... ..w .n iv r OeW.ithn Paper and Eat. 1 for SI. Adhesive,
PUsterOrlmtlBhtly.Cliaiee
& 25o Medicated Skin. Soap a for a*. .ri.ru..i Tablet I for 11.
< 'ENTERTAINS Kill germ aa H 25c Raxall Tar Shampoo Son f for Sea Ie Old Colony Lead Penclb ;;,
9 clean***. Deodoriie*. for TOe TV. 0. C-t kl. to r aJmnhta was It MsaarNd. colon) a for O* of G
a[j'JIONORINO SISTER Saturday April 76a LUae Vef taj (Harmony rsr.,. :. .M. v_ r ... ,W s+. as .a.white 1
COe Jonteel Cream. . a to*tie w.w _w.wit..r ..rrraw..ewa..w. RUBBER = syda
4 2 f for 26e 20
tee Cake ai4vi I
MDI. Jas. B. Soule entertained PRODUCTS ", Victoria' Fountain' Srr. a for(LSIeOe feii 2 for 30e
'. a for TO ar.-*v*.1 tkta fa.Hm'i
f eee Aspitin,100' N-iuu.w Monogram Rubber Glove
i at her home In this city Monday DILLY LEIIU'S BIG U. D. U..U1. bu to "r Ifiml Y"': ; .J 'pMhacn.M .
Poe Boric Acid Powder yr rM eiei..wWer :...-- --d :. (W use) . a for It.
,;;evening honoring her sister, Miss Zino Ointment "1I.CutoI'OIllo.. .2for.6. .M ,w.r s- .... .. ... r... JASMINESoap
: 25e CaatorOil, So . :a for IIC. .. SUNDRIES
Musical All to mrtn .... -... _
y
f'n Ethel Cell who has been her RevueTEN
ZOo
guest I Regularly 11.00 Cod Liver Oil (le ot.) aforflaforet. kneiM will *!.- milTfc. BOe Ladle' Dreatinjt Comb a for 81.
[J'l','.for the past three weeks and who i 1 oz. "for 21c A0r., c.-. limas 10. Pont.* Toilet Tissue :S for lie Th* "went that'. .
Ly J.left Tuesday for her home in Folks- PEOPLE 23.Glycerin SuP........ Infants a for 28.a _.. .. _. ._ _...:...._ .. __.. 'I Wash Cloth. :afor ale *..ping America
Regularly 30e 25.blfn uroehrom. . for 2*. .... Tk. irmitm ..... ... _,..... ... ._.... GoodfornHairn.t. ,2forIN: tOe C.M 1.
Cjiton. Ga.Various. for 2Sc Sod Mint TahleU a for zee .. .ew i..... *. rare s. n >e Klenao Tooth Bruahe 1 for 3e.
2 oz. 2 31c a for 21.a I. ...... ...... 2 for 11cMitchell's
p, i games was the diversion 20e Spirit Camphor. I.* w. .. __.. lie Ki.n.o Tooth Ilru.".* 3 for!..
? Pretty Chorus, Beautiful COBtume S5e Tincture loam' for 2*. .emb.r. ... fro _.w (Celluloid Handle)
of the after
K evening, which de-
Feature, TAP DANO-
!;! llcloui Ice cream and cake was INO, Blue Singers, Musical .
4 served to the twenty-two *
guests Number. TiufCStSSC
LVwho: shared In the evenings entertainment -, Mi 31 Solution

1;$ ; after which the guests I ALL NEW l'HO St ;
/ departed bidding MUm Bell goodK'i'bye. -
and their Here Is a mouth wash and gargle Relax tired aching muscles
?: assuring hostess a l'rtce
that neutralizes: even onion odors.In t with this
Invigorating
t'f delightful evening. AH School Children. 150 normal gargling time It kills D body
Store rub. Reduces
|| [ r U excessive perspiration -
that throat and ?
K3 Adults 85oSATUHDAY : term* cause sore [ and removes body =
SENIOR CLASS HONORED Infection.
STARKE FLORIDA odor FIne having lotion
,
Si On Thursday, March 31st at th Ijta residence of Mrs. D. E. Knight' DON'T MISS ITt PINT i PIT 2 f for 51c

K >t Mrs. F. F. Stump and Mrs. Knight

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-r APRL. __8,__193:3.__: ___ __._n________ .._____ --, ---. .- ... .. BUADronn.. -" .. .COUNTY. TKLKrm.\rii.... STARKK.: FLORIDA. rvcr: ; FI\T
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.S" TIME TO PLANTCROTALARIA, e has been named Gwendolyn Holt. Snpp near Lawtey Sundny-nftcr

LAWTKf.Mr Shuford. Double Kurt noon. S
I Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede had Mrs. J. Q Rosier and chikln-n
r Bits OIicai .: *. 1'':. 1% llurner. Cur. as their guests Sunday, Mr. and :Miss hoots Brown Cor. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs

c I Mrs. Herman TheJe of Jackson I A. B. Rosier at Greenwood. {

Entertain. :M. U. ville. Church will be held at Saxton J H. Bapp of Russell spent the
] Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wooten and week-end with his ,
daughter Mrs
Sunday at 11 o'clock Rev. Kirk-
r eWs !] Mra. children visited Lake by W
] (By L. T. Dyer County Agent.) C. R. Whitehead was hostess Kingsley land of Jacksonville. ir. Morgan.
to the W. M. U. of the Baptist Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Ury Reddish of
Mr. J. C
Simmons
_.
] was visitingIn
.
Is
c April planting time for Crotalaria church last Tuesday afternoon Waternak were visIting their
this section
Z Concerning Our P.ople, Business and CPro.r. ] : There will be many thousands from 3:30: to 6 o'clock. At this Mr. Sunday. daughter, Mrs. Cohen Peels Sun-
1 of pounds of these seed plant meeting the ladles of the Metho- Hugh Andrews war the 7..
..* of the County and Town. g gC J ed In Florida during this month. dist church were Invited also SANDY LANKMU guest of Miss\ Freda" Brown Sunday day.Mr.. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and

l ] Although April la: the preferred friends from Starke and Lawtey. ( Lorcne Green, Cor. afternoon.Mr.. ,cllll ron' pent Sunday afternoonwith
1'1"j month for planting Crotalarla, the It was really a get-to-gether meet Earl Johns was the guest of Mr. and Mra. C A Pringle at

a seed may be planted with success ing, and was a most enjoyable I Misses Mildred and Genevieve hiss Boots Brown Sunday Greenwood. l

Fast color Dress Prints only lOo WKATILER REPORT until June. Of course, the later event. Sander were visiting Misses Paul. Mr. Arthur Taylor and Brady --- _--+----"- -- i
the planting the less and Collins were visiting In this sec ..-=.
growth '
| at StornlMTg's.Ladles Mrs. Arwood the president me. Lorene and Reba Green Wed-
Compiled( by Starke Branch, U. less seed will be produced. : open.' tion Sunday afternoon
ed the meeting by reading the 6th nesday afternoon. Mr. Buck Starling was the guestof TIIERESSA
stylish ummer millinery S. Forestry Department.Week Crotalaria has of Miss Lizzie
proven great chapter of Galatians, verses 1-10- : Harnage was the Millie Judd Sunday.
| $1 at Sternberg's. ending, April IS,'- 1932. value in the citrus Oil and of Misses Pauline and
only Date Max. Mln. Tung 1415. The subject being, "A NewCreature" guest Lorene Mr. W. H. Norman and family Miss Rhoda Xclgler, Cur.
--- Prcclp pecan !groves as a soil building I Green Thursday.
after which Mrs.
Chapin was visiting Mr. and Mrs O. L.
Mrs. E. M. Johns Is a business Mar. 30 73 SI crop. The seed are broadcast and led in prayer. The bible study for Miss Bernice Stanley Is spending .
(visitor In Palatka today. Mar. 31 80 60 .12 3 disked in lightly during March and the afternoon "Herlonea of this week with Miss Melba i Kersey Sunday. Rev. Hemingway of Starke held
was
Mlsa Willie Mae Johns visit.
was
Apr. 1 62 48 service at the Baptist, church here
April then cut In with disk demons
; or the Cross and led Mrs. T.
I was by I ing Miss Boots Brown Sunday.
Skirts far $1 at Stern Apr. 2 74 41 Saturday night and Sunday.
Hanover turning plow in the fall or winter. J. Terry. Mesdames G. A. Anderson Mrs. Emma Woodle was the
|""rg'a wonderful value. Apr. 3 80 49 This is not only suitable for grove Dalton Blackburn and Miss guest of Miss,Annie Sweat Sunday of Miss Mills Ines Boots Bryan and wall Freda the lIrownMonlay. guest Mrs visitor J. P.to Dickinson was a business -
4 83 49 Stnrke
Apr.
but farmers afternoon. Tuesday
purposes many retaking
I Bessie
Terry Interesting talks .
to the wash Apr. 5 83 65 -. gave Mrs J. E. Adkins of Hampton! ,
see
You ought up the growing of It with I on the subject, which Miss Ida Sweat was visiting Mrs.
[dresses for !BDo at 8ternberg's.orand Total rainfall, for week .13 in. just as much success. It can be I much enjoyed. Mrs. was very W. R. Kersey Tuesday afternoon.Mr. I Mr. Marvin Johnson and Mr. Volley was visiting Mrs. J. J. Zclg\fT\ here
Chapin gave Starling was the guest of Mr. Tuesday. 4.
made to fit into. most kind of Clyde Morgan was the guestof I
Mrs:W. E. Mlddleon, Miss Madge any | a talk on the lesson. She spoke in and Mrs. K. Wilmot. Mr. und Mr. II.( U. May had a
*
Miss Junnlta Willalma Saturday
% Mrs. D. E. Knight were farming where the acreage is large and -
a
charming gracious manner,
Middleton, Miss Luctle Mitchell and -- -- !guests! Mundty night to a
peanut
| recent visitors in Jacksonville enough to permit of rotating which evening.
crops. waa a treat to all present. '
visitors In popping,
Mitchell number
Mr. J. M. were Miss Pauline Green Satur- I of Thereasa
Where Crotalaria Is alone, spent
Jacksonville grown A social hour then came next, in
New Huts, Dresses! Cloven Shoes Sunday. It should be planted in rows three which the hostess assisted by Mrs. day and Sunday with Miss Hazel EVEKGKEENHit with young peanut people. They were nerved!

I and Hose to match at Stump' feet apart using from five to seven I H. II. Arwood and Misses Rebecca and Ida Mae Johns. .. F, A. llixlrr, for.Mr. Joyed tho candy. Everyone en-
Mrs T. J. Alderman, Mrs T. T evening.
Mr. Roy Carter was the guest of I
pounds per acre. Thirty 4-H club Whitehead, Eunice Whitehead and
Long. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, and Air. and Mra. John Jordan of
Miss Lorene Green Sunday eve
boys grew one acre each In this I' Grace Arwood served a tempting
!Silk Dresnett-regular $4.05 val- Mrs. H B. McLendon spent Saturday Putnam Hall were vlaltlng li"r parents -
way last year, and harvested near salad ning. and
course with punch. Those Mrs J. M. Howler nn.l Mr. and Mrs
$2.98 at Sternberg'a.Mrs. in Jacksonville.. S. R Swindell
nee only ly 10,000 poucJa of seed. They I present to enjoy the hospitality of Miss Bertlre Norman spent Saturday children of Wootllawn and W. II. hero Sunday. r

are planting corn on these acrl'Sj Mrs. Whitehead were Mesdames J. night and Sunday with Miss Lee Wildwood were visiting 11. Miss Ohio Hlnson
L. II. Hill of Lawtey, was a Miss Ethel Bell who has been thia year. H. Harrel, W. B. Christy, J. H. Onto Green. E. Rosier and mother Sunday af night In New River spent| Tuesday -
visitor here Wednesday afternoon. here the guest of her slater, Mrs. Farmers need not sacrifice their I Moore Will Goodfellow. W. F. Mrs W. R. Kersey:: was the guestof ternoon. Louie Kflley. with Miss

--- J. B. Snule has returned to her corn crop In this way, but may Moore, W. H. Edwards D.V.. Mrs. E. E. Green Sunday afternoon Airs J. S. Roster spent Sunday Wo are very sorry to report that

Mrs. James Godbold of Jackson- \home In Folkston, Ga. either plant in drill with the corn ; Moore. Jesse Reddish, J. M. Red- ) morning with her sister, Mrs' B. Miss Kate:: Loper Is Mill very 111.
villa, spent Monday with her sister or broadcast In middles when corn dish W. E. Torode, U. R. Reddish, Mr. and Mrs Owen Carter spent Wilkerson near Hlghl.iml.. We wish her a speedy
I Mrs. S. S. Dowllng. Miss Mona Alderman of the F. S. Is laid by. It requires from 10 to H. B. Arwood Dalton Blackburn Sunday with.Mr. and Mrs. Anderson "Sir. and Mrs C. Larrnmoro spent Miss Willie Mae Illnnon recovery was a ,

C. W. in Tallahassee, spent the 15 pounds per acre to broadcast. G. A. Anderson, O. J. Phillips, W. Harnage.Mr.. and the weeh-end with relatives a I'lne visitor tu Thcressn lunt Thursday
See Mia Simplicity In Stump' week-end with her parents, Mr. The plants will not get so( large, M. Bryant A. H. Harley W. H. and Mrs. Otis Morgan Grove. afternoon.

v\lndo\v-"Gossard Line of Beau- and Mrs. Q. W. Alderman. but gives sufficient growth to be Biggs, E. B. Wells, T. J. Terry, E. 'a little few son days! of here Valrico with are Mr. and upending Mrs. Mr. and Mra. Frank Crews were Miss Iuthryn't't'st of Hamp
ty." very valuable In fertilizing the E. Burney C. II. Chapln M. Pre- visitors to the state farm Sundny. ton WAS visiting MillS ThelmlSui.-
W. C. Clemons.
I Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe( of crops next year. vatt Ed Dennett and Mlases Lies- E. Mr. and Mrs R. S. Rosier and llvim lust week.
E.
Mr. E. B. Andrew and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demorest t: Tampa, returned to their home Saturday Tests last year where corn and tile Terry, Rebecca Whitehead, Eun Green were business visitors to Mrs. J. D. Pctaol etaol etaolnnuuu ---r

vere visitors in Jacksonville Thurs-. after spending several days Crotalaria were planted in same Whitehead' and Grace Arwood; Gainesville Thursday. children were vNtlng\! Mr. and Mrs Key Went Onto A Navarro Installing .

!ny. I In Jacksonville and Starke. I row at same time and grew up together Mrs. J. G. Godwin. from Raiford Miss Bessie Woodle was visiting J. D. Peele Saturday evening new concrete floor In automobiles .
the corn produced 40 percent and Mrs. B. E. Reddish and 1 little Mr. and Mrs Choen Peele werevl Males
at
Mills Mildred and Audrey Nor room corner Du-
Dr. H. B. McLendon was a vlall Mrs. M. E. Edwards returned more where the Crotalarla daughter from Jacksonville. man Sunday tlnjr his mother Mrs. Heater val and Southard streets.

l In Jacksonville Saturday after- Saturday from Gainesville where was than there was none. The truthof Mr. Bancom Williams was the
0011. she attended the Florida Federa- this statement has been borne guest of Miss Mao Thomas Sunday
tion of Women's Clubs out by other tests in other pal.tslaf Misses Kathleen Blanchard and 'evening.

Mrs. L. D. Green and Mrs. H. A.Ijfr'ew the state. This year! several Gullda Marie Thede spent weekend Miss Susie Wells was visiting In
were visitors in Jacksonville Messrs. A. J. Griffis and A. B. farmers will try this. In Melrose with Mr find Mrs Jacksonville Wednesday TcMiiARtFOR

K'rlilay. Surrency attended the state teachers I The seed of this crop should not J. J. McLeod.Mr. Miss Annie Sweat and children

association in Jacksonville( be covered more than one-half to and Mrs. Ralph Blanchard Mildred and Jennie, Miss Juanltn .' ''' ,' ,
"Star Brand Shoes are Better". Thursday and Friday /one Inch deep; and should not be have moved in their home here af- Williams and Mrs. Emma Woodlo,I GOVERNOR
5-M-e' the beautiful line on display planted on low wet soils before the ter being in Ft. Pierce for several r and son. Carl, attended the party I, AH ,
).t t Stump Mrs. L. A. Reynolds left Sundayfor I first of May for best results. months. given at the homo of Mr. O. L. Underbill I Active' ,Siu-cTHnfiil Ilu iii"'ii"M Man: / I'rt'r from I'olit-

her home In Rallegh N. C.. after I Many 4-H Club boys and farm- Mrs. L. H. Hill! spent Monday afternoon ;I Tuesday night. I iral"Enlunglements.; << for a Slridly ItuttnrM A.li.i5nixlrution. ,

Miss Maybell Fore of Wildwood, a visit here with her mother, ers of Union and Bradford coun- in Starke. ; There was a large crowd who TuCnii and'U. He H MHI>. <' Hv i 1JOperating ..edueing
}'in' the guest of Miss Ethel Griffin Mrs. Elizabeth Johns. ties are getting seed for plantingnow Mr Myles was a visitor to Law- attended the dance given at the Hurt +
Expenses, Will ,Volt|| "S,
JVeilnesday., from the Boys 4-H CrotalarlaClub tey last week. I home of Miss Ida Sweat Thursday + '
-- Mr and Mrs. M. S. Hayes of which was organized last The many friends of Mr. and ','night. Everybody reported a nice Thli Ad Paid lor By Supports ol) Tom Hart

Paul Knight of the University of Moore Haven, returned to their winter for marketing seed coop Mrs Jake Shuford are extending -
-'lorl.1a visited his parents here home Sunday after spending a eratively. Their seed were reclean- congratulations on the arrival of time.We are sorry to report that :Mrs.

JVednoaday.Mun .. week here with relatives. ed and 'are of very high qua an eight pound daughter born to. 'Mary Phil man ia on the sick lint -. .- .. .. .
{ -' -- ity. Those'wishing to plant this them on April 2nd dtf :Mrs. Shu- this week. We hope to see her out - -

lnyw ar Hosiery for ladles Mrs. A. L. Kahr, Jr., Misses Ea- crop should get in touch with the ford's home In Virginia. The baby about her work soon. I
telle Davis. Louise Edwards and officials of this Club or with the
firing 1 featured at Sternberg's; they
Murla Weeks were visitors in county agent before these seed are I
Mir longer.Mr.
Gainesville Wednesday afternoon. all disposed of. I
Tomorrowi
and Mrs L. D. Green and
family spent Sunday in Gainesville Messrs. Richard P. Bentley T. guest of. Miss Eva Underhill Sunday
|iith relatives W. Wright, W. S. Kimball and Mrs. night. i i
Bailey and daughter of Jackson-
There was a dance given at Mrs. 'TIP TOP'GROCERY
ville, were visitors In Starke Tues ,
Col. J. L. FrazeQ was a business Ida Sweat's Thursday. A very
lisitor in Sebring Friday and Jack-. day. large crowd attended and reported THEBEAUTIFUL

|onvllle Tuesday. Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mrs. A. a nice time. I l i
Mr. Percy Starling and Russell
W. Anderson. Mrs. E. K. Ferryman I I'ft
Mr. Chastain Folks, of Ocala, and Mrs. O. L. Haynes attended the Judd and Misses Rosa and Logsle NEW
pent Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday State Missionary Conference of the Anderson all motored over to

in Starke. Methodist church in Palatka Hampton Sunday.
Mrs. Ruby Underhill and daughter -

The new Mesh HOB*-full fashImcd Thursday Eva were the guests of Mrs. I I

"' -Munslngwear, Juallty at Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. W. E. John demons Monday night. I I '

t4'rnbl'rg's. Middleton, Mrs. R. A..Weeks, Mrs.L. -
A. Davis and Mrs A. Wood attended 'FORDWill i
Mrs John T. Alsop, Jr.,. of Jack- the State Missionary Con' A I

,.nviiie.Davis was Monday.the guest of Mrs. L. ference Palatka of Wednesday.Mr. the Methodist. church at I [GENT WORD) I


COLUMN I
Men: How about that new straw J. M. Mitchell and daughter, LOCATION BETWEEN BANK AND POSTOFFICE I
|J 1* You can get them from 08o Miss Lucille visited Mrs. Mitchell '
-
((1 $'3.00 at Sternberg'a.Mrs. who it a patient at Riverside Hospital BALF Household good. r.'n." ... _.. -- 'l>> 7JJ
in Jacksonville, Sunday. Mrs. R. A. Weeks, 700 N. Walnut

J. c. Adkins of Gainesville, Friends of Mrs. Mitchell will be Starke. It* I

Baited Saturday afternoon. ,
to return home soon.lleilbronn plants! finest ,varieties, 25c a ,
dozen. Mrs. L. O. Powell. It*
. Mr. M. G. Langfdrd of Clewlston.l ,
Jl'trt l the week-end with his moth- LOST-An Elgin wrist watch Tn Be
f r, Mrs. Alice Langford. Springs Keystone Heights. Finder please Sugar, 5 Ibs. 20c With Each Order

return to Julian Peek Jr.,
.
Mlra TfcctiM n.04.. Cor.Mr.
Humming Bird Hose, the beat In Starke, Fla. Reward.A DISPLAYEDSaturday
1>he| world
for Re-
$1.00 at
Stomp'
pnds. and Mra. George Stanbrldga Cash Market' I
they are guaranteed. Daily 2foJ f 5c I
of Cleveland, was spending this Octagon Soap -
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with her niece, Mra. J. C. For hogBj cattle, h6rsea,;'.raulea, I
lira. week
J. M. Brownlee and Mrs. milk cow and other livestock. ,-
E. Wilson were of Mr. Jones. second-hand ,
guests Poultry, wagons
'. T. Dell In. Gainesville Monday.Mrs. We are sorry to. hear Mr. J. Jones farm Implements and tooH. Buy, I

passed away Thursday In Starke.night after He dell or trade here. National Stock Pure Coffee; pounds 25c
several
A. 8. Crews and Mrs. C. H. years Yards, 2118 W. Beaver street. I
-'a'worthy motored to Jackson- leaves to mourn his loss. Four Ions Jacksonville. Phone 0-0730. 4-1- I

fJ'e' Thursday and spent the day. Mr.Jones J.ot C.Jacksonville Jones of Starke Oliver,Jones Will 9th i

rrs. D. A. Montleth:-;;:;. J. :M. nf Tampa. and Fred Jones of St.AGENTS 'WANTErT GRITSorMEAUOlbs.17c] April

"area: and Mrs. Lamlra Murden Starke.Mr. J
vent Wednesday In Jacksonville. and Mr. M. Rhoden visited .....-y -7f'F.'Ir. T"PF.Q"Fq FOR
his sister Mrs. Llllle Johns. of Alarhua S2.9" If you want to get! In on ,

"Go-ward Line of Reality" Com- Sunday. the best aelllng proposition Real Good Rice 5 I 15c See it and full details
inatlon, Mia Simplicity Gar-, Mr. D. B.. Forsyth was called to where every home Is your prospect pounds - I get
of his mother, Mrs. have .onto'\ experience
seats !
; Corsets and Brualere at,,I the bedside nnd you I
''lump', 'Forsyth In Lake Butler Saturday write us todav. We can
morning.Mr. use men and women, full or part at our showrooms tomorrowJ.

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Coulter of I IU Ir Pete Crawford of Starke, tirn. If you wa-st! a line that Cheese !lb. 17 c |Hutter lb. 25c !
Bhh see, enroute to Jackson- was taken to the hospital for an pr"cMc-llv nclH! itself. write' for ,
I *. were visitors In Starke operation. We hop he will soon fTf.*'",.tfrrt refr'rd'nsr our line I
.in 'ay. recover. of "FAM-US" wash frocks for
I I There was a party given at the mliqcn and women. Men and H
l.Ibs Helen-Bryce and Miss NIta I,home of,Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Moore ,.. _,?? ...*,.. prf, hti"Mr* ond, are Lard 2lbs. Ic; 8 lb. pail 65c I i
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*r h ut, of Brycevi were guests Wednesday night. Everybody reported able to Invest a small amountfor I
If I nice time. ready to. wear samples write I
IJrr JR a ,
Corpeniny the
over .. .
cznd.Irml'e. Mr. Hudson and Otis Morgan of p' '-ce. Cr'm""f' "i naid
Valrico Is visiting friends here dally in advance. KRESS DIST. nEST GRADE TRUE LOVE BEST

: i Co., 633: West Monroe St., Jack
Eo S !' this week.
> 'tthi-w returned
.. Mr. Jimmie Reynolds was the nrnvine. Fl*. It* BACON FLOURPound
?? -er spending aev. W. ANDREWS JR.
a Jack jnvllle with Mrs. .
Richard. Phone 52 ,
Steam Pressing Comoanv

:. and Mrs.-J M. Alvare. Mra. DRY CLEANERSSuits 71hc' 24 pounds 55c I I Starke, Florida'I. '

Murden. ,ta.ckle.J Mur.ly and pr".. d Mr
I and 8gly Graham spent Sun- Pressed 25c Cleaned II I I ;

in Orlando, Hats> Cleaned and Blocked. J. Frank Thomas, Prop. __. _. _. __ _


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FLORIDA' SPECIALISTIN And the \Worst is Yet to Come4ePntM --. .
CUBA JUDGING AT HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES 4 I WRUF FAItM PROGRAM '
I SECTION ANNUAL EXPOSITION I
FARM NEWS 11. The Voice of
l Weekly frvm flame DeoMutrmtton i

dairy Dr. investigations R. B. Becker with associate the FlorIda in. Specialist, Tallahassee -4 *Flarda"M


fl Conducted By Experiment Station, is In CUba The Florida Farm Hour pro.

this week where he has been Judging grams from state radio station

t. T. DYER County Agent dairy cattle at he annual Cu WORKING SURFACE IIEIGiI'CAll WRUF at noon each day next Week

bin agricultural and Indus .*! ex WHO will contain many helpful
MISS PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration!! Agenthome !! working surface height talks
position.Dr. MAS JuSiR ArhrgD about farm problems, the Florid
to the IndividuaL -
should be adjusted
Becker accepted the Invitation and BOMB ON RNAU'5Mra. Agricultural Extension Service an.
of the ,
The height person
Canned Foods 'Watermelon AphisIs from Dr. Eugenio Mollnet sec the length of arm need to be con DOOR-STEP ANp- nounces. These programs will be

Articles Add Best Controlled retary of the Cuban Departmen sl ered. Stand erect beside the< 1NE or broadcast from 12 to 12:45: east
Craft /
of Agriculture, Commerce, and La ern standard time.A .
With Nicotine Dusi table end place the hands will ,9olh, _- -
To Family Incomes bor. after beging recommended by;; schedule of the main talks follows
palms parallel to the top. The sur -
Dr. John R. Moliler chief of the :
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J' I face Is correct height when the<
\ r For home products they sold last The melon aphis, most serious Bureau of Animal Industry, U. S. i Sat., April 0-Florida Farm
. palms can be placed flat on the
. o home demonstration club pest of watermelons In Florida, Is Department of Agriculture. News and Hints. Farm Editorial

. -\ year and girls in 23 Florida best controlled by dusting th< The exhibits at the exposition table without stooping or bending Snapshots.Mon. .
women
f counties received $87,110, according plants with a 3 percent nicotine, last year were most creditable, according the arms. Thus one can determine. < / PLC. r-;a ., April 11-Truck Movements -

l 4 to reports recently compiledand sulphate-lime dust or a 2 percent to Dr. Wllroon Newell, the correct height of equipment.No ./ of Fruit and Vegetable
Standard Height
shown in an exhibit before the dust of free nicotine according to dean of the Florida Collego of Agriculture D. E. Timmons. Grove Management
Tables, cabinets, and stoves cat
Florida Federation of Women' J. R. Watson, entomologist with who attended. The ex under Existing ConditionsE.
usually be raised by placing cast- -
Clubs in annual session here. the Florida Experiment.; Station. position planned much along the ..r F. DeBusk.

, The exhibit was composed main. The aphids often attack melor line of our state fairs, bad rathei, ere or blocks under them. Eqiup- V ..a.. n Tues., April 12-The Control of

of plants when only two or three exhibits of cattle bee! ment may be lowered by shortening I
ly of representative samples large dairy Root Knot-J. R. Watson Farm
often sink Is
the legs. All too a
hume products the women have leaves are showing. They work cattle, horses, fruits, vegetables, Question Box.!
too low. One needs to remember
been selling, and posters revealingthe on the under side of the leaves and flowers, canned foods, and homework Wed., April 13 Vitamins In
that the bottom of the sink Is the
amount sold lost I year. Several are apt to be overlooked. If tbey among a number of other Foods-Dr. F. H. Heath. Controlof

neatly labeled cans of "FloridaFunahine" get abundant the vines and leaves educational attractions he said. working surface. Some plumbers Lawn Troubles-G. E. Ritchey.
are beginning to realize that then
1,044 will curl up. A black deposit will 4
vegetable soup, Primer for Town Farmers
runs of which were sold by Gads- appear and seem to be visited bj FARMERS INTEND TO is no "standard sink height; i Thurs, April 14-Prevention and
If the sink Is part of a built-ll
., den county women for $251, were numbers of ants, flies, and wasps PLANT MORE FEED = Control of Worms In ChicksDr.> .
it will be too low It is
cabinet as
I'', shown. Another woman from the The aphids give off a sweet sub. CROPS THIS 8KASO E. F. Thomas. Spuds Johnson Visits .
of whi-:.t desirable to have the drain boardson
name county showed two pints of stance, called honeydew, the County Agent.

canned chicken. She had sold 75 these Insects are fond. In the Florida farmers plan to Increase a level with the table. This FrI., April 15-Mice and Their

at 75 cents each. One Alachuarmmty honeydew there grows a sooty the acreage planted this season tc may be corrected by using a stool Control-Carlyle Carr. Diseases

. f: woman had sold $500 worth mold which l Is responsible for the such feed crops as corn, sweet po and sitting when washing dishes... I of Watermelons-R. M. Fulghum.

3, of baked foods while) a woman In blackening of the vines. tatoes, oats, peanuts, and cowpeas, Rubber Pads Help I .
At first, aphids in spots less For tewenty-five cents one can .
Dade county had received that appear while they will grow potatoes,
f
about the field. The melons shouldbe tobacco and tame hay accordingto buy In the department stores a

}marmalades If these delightfully soft rubber pad, about '.'.; I MILLER
and
watched closely a survey of planting Intentions e..I""' "O" -
p. __ _.__ .. Kiln Dlarknrrldrr, Cor.
It Is about 6
ty had received nearly that much spots are noticed they should be on March 1, just announced by II an Inch thick. by .--

from crystallized fruits. I.. sprayed at once to prevent the A. Marks, agricultural statistician 14 or 15 inches in size Just right Friends of Mrs. H. O. Crawford

trouble from spreading to the rest In Florida the U. S. for a soft pad on which to kneel
A pine needle basket of pecans for Department will be glad to hear she is Improv-
of the field. when polishing or painting a floor,, FIVE MILE
was shown by a Lake county wom- of Agriculture. BROOKER ing after a very serious Illness.

an who had sold 1,000 of them. The nicotine sulphate-lime dust They plan to increase corn acreage or to stand on when ironing. Mr. T. C. Crawford Mr Everett
.
; '., One Dade county woman received la made by thoroughly mixing CO about 2 per cent, oats about 10 -Ruby McDavid P. P. Dekle Cor. MI. Vera Gainer. Cor. Crawford and wife and Mr and

,; about $400 for decorated gourds, pounds of hydrated lime and 3 3-4 percent, sweet potatoes 15: percent,, IS.FLORIDA'S Mrs. Virgil Dobson and little son,
QUALITY
s while another had gotten $330 from pounds of Bleack Leaf 40. The peanuts 6 percent, and cowpeas SLOGAN Mrs. B. I* Duke was called to Miss Mate Waters and Miss Julia Laverne all of Clearwater, were

!' products made from cocoanut fiber. free nicotine dust Is made by mix. about 10 percent over last year the bedside of her brother, Mr. Swalls, members of the Bell high visiting their parents, Mr and Mra.

', Alachua women reported $140 Ing 2 pounds of Bliacy Leaf 50 to The potato acreage Is listed at During a recent short visit to Tuck Dowling of Raiford and will school faculty passed through here II. G. Crawford last Sunday

from the sale of wreaths, a beautiful !SO pounds of lime. It Is advisableto about 20 percent less, while Intentions several of the Southern states 1 1 remain with him until his condition Thursday enroute to Jacksonville, Mrs. Virgil Barksdale Is visitinghe

', (. one of which decorated an exhibit add a pound of common ammon are to reduce tobacco acreage improves. to attend the Florida Educational rparenta, Mr. and Mrs. Roland
was Impressed by the optimistic I
sum sulphate when using the Black 40 and tame
window.! percent, hay acreage Association.Mr. .
room
feeling of the folks down in Flor Mr. and Mrs. P, P.. Dekle had Thomas.
/ In Orange county one woman Leaf 40 as it helps to liberatethe about 4 percent.For as guests last week, Mr. J. M. and Mrs. Ruel Dukes of The Irish potatoes planted in this

had received over $1,000 from the nicotine. the United States the corn,,, ida.Quality Blume, Mr. Dukes, spent last week-end with section are looking green again
in production seems to Gainey, Mrs. Josephine
of flowers and while a The mixing should be done in a sweet potato, and oat intentionswere down.
pale plants, I be the slogan down there at this and Mrs M. P. Dekle O. D. Fair- her sister, Mrs. T. W. Markey.Mr. since, the cold killed them

Dade county woman reported $77 tight barrel. It can be rolled about the same as for FlorIda time. The old-time method of growing cloth and son, Leroy of Lake But and Mrs. Will Andrews of I People of our section has got

; t received for Easter lilies. Many around on the ground, but prefer. while slight Increases over last New River, were here Tuesray af coming up.
old thing, and packing it ler and Mrs. Rehn of Dayton, Ohio. corn
.';1.. other products Including hooked ably should be mounted like an year In potatoes and tame hay for any shipment in old ispassing. Mrs. Mamie Alexon who has ternoon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Bllckwelder

c;1', rugs'!, vegetables, canned rabbit, old-fashioned barrel churn. The were expected. Farmers Intend to have any found that way been visiting relatives in Brooker and Mrs. C. S. Laird memo and children spent the day with his t
They appearance -
!"{'i' and the like were shown. dust should be kept In the barrel Increase peanut acreage 10 percentand the customers' returned Wednesday.Mrs. bers of the Perry school faculty sister, Mrs. J. S. Dicks last Sunday. 1
annual of the Fed until needed, and should then be 22 cent and opens pocketbook
In the report cowpeas per ex passed through here Thursday en- 1I
that quality keeps It R. K. Parrish and Mrs. M.
eration's division of home demonstration transferred quickly to the dust gun. pect to lower tobacco acreage 33 ; route to Jacksonville to attend the
visited Mrs. Russell Par-
and that good products continue P. Dekle
open; I
work It loses its strength rapidly when '
a strong plea was percent. to sell themselves. rish Tuesday. Florida Educational Association DR. B. W. MARTIN '

;i'! made for the general Federation exposed to air. those from Brooker who Miss Jean Laird of Perry, spent
\ We folk of the Northern states Among
slogan "A Home Demonstration To get a good kill the dusting "ALL IS NOT GOLD THAT who Florida commodities dur. were here during the week, were the week-end here with Miss Iris DENTIST
use
in and the must be done when the air Is still 5
Agent Every County, OUTERS" Brown. Hoar: 9 to
ing the winter have already taken Mr. and Mr Norman Parrish, JohnK. Phone 33 g
State Home Demonstration Department preferably In the middle of a hot Rev. G. E. McGauley filled his
Parrish Mr. Mr. Jas. Corpenlng'a. Drug Stow
notice of this change in the better Surrency Over
was assured of continued day. Enough wind to sway Span- Jesse Hearin, secretarymanagerof regular appointment at China
Florida package received duringthe farrlsh and son, Avery.
from the Federation. sh moss on the trees Is too much.A .
support the Chamber of Grove last Sunday.Mr. .
Montgomery
past few years. And I am Mr. and Mra. M. P. Dekle were
hood may be made to fit the end Commerce Is around a and Mrs. S. B. Dukes of
passing business In Worthington
safe In saying that the demand for transacting -
5 Rural People Feel of the duster and cover the hill sheet with the above caption and in the average Northern city than Saturday and were also guestsof Dukes, was visiting her last Sun I
which will allow
dusting regardlessof
the following story: is far her mother, Mrs. Sarah Jana e
The Pinch. But Do Florida products greater now day.Mr.
the wind.
Lawrence Clemons and
"The farmer who still owns his before.E. Dukes Saturday and Sunday.Mr. .
It has even been
Not Know DespairWhen farm Is probably better off-in W. Townsend, Sr. and Mrs. Arthur Douglass mother, and _Mrs. Ollle Thomas, i
100 GROWING UNDER
I ON spite of the depression-than If he Maryland. of Brooker were guests of relatives spent Sunday here with friends. /I s'I '
ACTUAL CONDITIONS
we are la a bad situation had sold his farm at high prices. have for the weekend.Mr. Among those attending church ac.s

we always like to look around and FARMS TO BE STUDIEDTo "Suppose back In 1929 while the COVER CROPS FOR GROVES Bruce of Lulu was the week. services at New Hope Sunday were c c.Jr.,

see. If we can't find someone in a'' peak was still on that a farmer end guest of his old friend Mr. B. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Gainey, Mrs. I

worse fix than we are. If wo do study the growing of hogs had been able to sell his farm for Gainesville Fla.-Pecan trees L. Duke. Millie Gainey, Mrs. J. J. Morgan,
under actual farm conditions Indifferent ,
it gives us courage to keep fighting $10,000 In cash. Ha would wantto and best when plantedon Miss Gldaya Duke was among Mr. and Mrs E. M. Hazen. Mr. e ab
sections of the state the grow yield i is3
while at the same time makingus put this money to work so he soils well supplied with organic those shopping in Jacksonville and Mrs. Q. W. Hazen, Miss Eunice 1
Station has
feel a little bit sorry for the Florida Experiment decides to invest In high-grade, Friday. Hazen, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey, IIT
matter and offer the
planned a three-year experimentIn cover crops
i 1. other fellow. time-tested stocks of companieswith Several of our young folks at- Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gainey Mr. A.
,
to add the organic matteretao.ynn
and
with farmers t
:r;; Gradually, It la being realized cooperation a good money-making record. and most satisfactory tended the closing exercises of Mil- L. Green Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ha- Geis
club in nine of the cheapest
boys leading He buys $2,000 each of General zen Elders E. M. Andrews and J.
that we farmers are pretty lucky, ler and Midway schools. They re-
hog growing counties, Dr. A. L. way to add the organic matter, G. Tubes "Ie I 11
Motors, National Dairies, U. S. H. Kelley.
after all during this period of International NEW
'i head of the Animal Hus- H. Blackmon pecan culturtst with t u
Shealy, 29x4.40-21
Willie demons of Miami and his
depression. Few of us Steel, New York Central, Mont. should be planted about the same
Station recently -
Florida ,
bandry Department, announces. the Experiment '
have had to postpone any meals gomery Ward & Company. Today stated In a radio address time so that it will get ful advan- sister, Mrs. Aider Kinsey of Avon LOW
will be accordIng
The hogs $
'i.' and we of the farm are not found I grown his $2,000 investment in General from WRUF. tage of the rainy season. He suggested Park were here visiting their

y in the soup lines of the big cities. to by management the Experiment practices Station outlined Motors< at 1929 prices would havea The recommended summer cover planting from five to ten mother, Mrs. J. E. demons. PRICES IN PAIRS'E CB

As a matter of fact, many of us the market value of about $560! ; his are velvet beans and Crotalaria pounds of seed per acre.
through county agent or vocational crops
are helping some of our less for- agriculture teacher. Full $2,000 in National Dairies $046; In epectabilis. Where corn is The cover crop usually will not port excellent programs at both A new set for..S15.321

tunate brethren who, a few years U. S. Steel about $349; In N. Y. C. compete with the trees for mois- places.
the velvet
will be made of grown as an intercrop
I UMe grazing cropsas
: ago, were drawing good wages and a cheap feed and as a meansto about $220; In Montgomery Ward beans may be planted with the' ture.: If it is unusually dry, Mr. Bruce Warren Ovid Waters and Lifetime Guaranteed

thought they were riding high, prevent worm Infestation. about $132. His total Investmentof corn, but the entire crop should be Blackmon advises mowing or disking O. P. Hale of Little Springs, were

much higher than an ordinary enough supplemental feed will be $10,000 In stock in 1929 wouldbe returned to the soil as soon as the under the cover crop, leavinga here Saturday.Ben GOODyEARSPEEDWAY

ff!' farmer. We didn't have a great worth today a total of only is harvested. The Crotalaria small strip in the center to reseed Keerce, Buck Raulerson,
given to assure a balanced ration. corn
deal of money then, and have less 1807. the Itself. It is advisable to leave James Kennedy and Rodgers Wardof
greatest
The sows will be bred In and xpectabilla will produce
April
now but we have something to eat "While bonds might have been of organic matter when such a strip In cane of cultivation Lake Butler, Roy and Leslie
October; tonnage
and wear and that Is not to be bought Instead of stocks yea most the entire before the seed are maturp. Green of Brooker were here Sun Supertwlst Cord Tires
Weights will be taken at regular the trees are not shading
'I s\ sneezed at. of the bonds that the uninformed Kudzu, soybeans, and other summer -
The smaller tonnage, pro- day.Mr.
and accurate cost record area. '
as a
ages
With those! primary necessities buyer would have purchased have trees how cover crops are being used and Mrs. Robert Green visited Peaks in
as possible will be kept. These fig duced under the larger New High
of life, we are able to relax, get fared worse than stocks in the de in to nome extent over the state. Mrs. Futch Sunday.
ures will reveal the amount of ever, will be of importance keep I Value!
who still I
recreation, and enjoy ourselves In pression. So the farmer Goodyear
',. the midst of surrounding gloom. pork produced per acre In the different has his farm Is to be congratulated. ing up the soil fertility. I
is to be Husky dependable guaranteed
sections, as well as the cost, Where the Crotalarla
Not an uncommon Item In the days People are again realizing that landIs j Urea and tubes--you get
rend will also serve to test important grown among young trees In con ..
: the basic wealth of the nation Plants of bargains b.
: new. is a report of someone who phases of swine management nection with corn the seed should Strawberry Quality these matchless people
tc million more
committed oulclde. While we and that one might better stick cause
under conditions that exist on the be planted when the corn Is laid by Come eeC
the land than to seek distant riches buy Goodyear
l'has naturally feel pity for those less average farm. be preferably in May or early June. If We have fine River Bottom grown berry plants I them!
that to fleeting
Is nevertheless
fortunate, It a fact generally prove Crotalaria alone Is planted It CASH PRICES _
., that very few suicides occur among "Farm lands depreciated more state certified and fine as grown. Missionary Improved -

people of the farms. As an Illinois Station Tests and at the on farms Florida over Experiment the state before 1929 than since that per J .... _,_ --. Klondike, 1000 $2.25; 5000 $11; 10,000 I 0nnJae roll Price I Each roIT., Tube

said "there is evidence iod."--Progressive Farmer. .h
recently
paper ontlnue to show that fertilizing $20. Blakemore new and fine very productive : 5 .,.
4.17
29x4.50-20 *4.30
the
that of rural
people areas .
,ft.' will be the last to succumb to a peanuts seldom pays but that Palm Beach-City voted In favor ATLASThe earlier than Missionary or Klondike twice as pro. I 30x4.50-21 4.37 4.23 .91.94
loser spacing increases the yield. :38x4.75-19 *.ia: 4.97
attitude towards life in I of bond issue to finance purchase .,l
despairing I ductive. 1000 $3; 5000 $13; 10,000, $25. Buy your I :..75-la: 5.0: 5.04
of
of lake front north Royal
,, general. Perry--Tom Abdoo & Co., granted Park bridge. plants through my agents, Brownlee Bro&, Starke I :24x5.00-19 5.39 5.U 1'1'.
worries and In .M:
Forget your join charter. ___ Standard Oil 30x5.00-20 S.4 *
the recreational and social affairs G. W. Roberts Lawtey. If you can't see one of 31x5.00-21 *.7:& 5.S. 1.1*

''.'' of the community-help build a ,good;-of -our families and our com- Tire GuaranteedOne them order direct but be sure to buy our quality 31x5.25-21:28x5.25-18: 6.53*.!. 5.43 5.97 I.I.N::1 oL.a

community and you will be so absorbed muntles." Such things are fun plants. Catalog free for asking. We can ship I It .n. 3.s7 3.44TRADE
you will forget about Individual YearFrigidaire
i damentally good.
t... troubles. A* a member of any day now you want plants.. !

I\ the women's home demonstration

I( clubs in Union county said over the TAKE CARETO ;: .9NNN...... J. A. BAUER

"'i radio last week) "It helps build!

good community spirit to have a 81 AN ECONOMISTIN 1 M la your old tlw

l place: where we can meet together IS NO PROSPERITY REAR OF I YOUA.THCU THE STRAWBERRY PLANT MAN! for the new

1-: socially and work together for the
BUNG ONE IN ADVERSITY" JUDSONIA ARKANSAS 1933

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have smoked a ..... v7 I TUNE IN
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(alotalsTRAO. Wttfb too ham. ..otfr. ..MJml Muddy Skins For sale bySmith's .... Goodyear Radio Program
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On of iht ftmduMnnk of nu* are forgotten under the lure o I the
mnami'Uttia' 'ife u duic bewitching beauty instantly rendered NOW,
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'. SAME SIZE' Register Motor
.Gaa'IhllniHAROLD. tan aabbines freckle, wrinkle. MORE HAVANA PfiONE 103

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1 kidney, biliousness, indigestion .. ORIENTAL 2)el&lllfu141MBLD ( \Louie's Service Station

,constipation head. INSURANCE PHONE 83PAGE

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APRIL 8. 1932 BRAnront COUNTY TJ5TKGn\rrt. STAHKE. FLOWIDA PAGE BRVK1V' :

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knowest my foolishness; and my ness of His coming." 2 These! 2:8. parents Mr. and Mrs. L. C Smith tic, on the 14th <1"y of March, 1931.
then hetng prrnctit at such sestina ,
sins are not hid from thee. -Psalm 10. How long was the little horn here for a while. If It. May. A II. Hurronry, and, J. 1' \

69: 5. of Dan :5-25: to make war with the BOOTSEY'S BEACH Miss Carrie McKinney gave a Moore members and A J. nrtffti. '.,\
Heorwtai. of salt board, the follow
+wr April 9 saints? "I beheld and the same t* Gaaklna. Cor pound party Friday' night. It wasenjoyed Inlf I ani'inir, ottu-r uruci>edln..> wet

Road to True Riches-.Seek ye horn made war with the saints and by all who were present. hn<1 to-wlt

first the kingdom of God and His prevailed against them; until the Mr. and Mrs.\ R. N. Crawford- Clyde Cone of Brooker was here Montlior and Hiirrm-y upon motion proxDntudresolution <*f Stem a. ,.

righteousness; and all these things ancient of days came and Judgmentwas Saturday. hrr J. T. Moor. seconded by MemberNurrency

"Thy word i1 i t amp unto( my feet, aD a light onto my path.-Pfalm 1 11105.f shall be added unto you.-Matt. 6: given to the saints of the Most Roberts and son and Robert Howard and Miner Mr.of E.Law.J. Those who were the guests of the beard. resolution ant all mnmbvre wan put soling b..fom

33. High; and the time came that the Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith and family mme Nay rfaolutlon wan
All doctrine attended church at Oak Grove JPt" ::1 rssolullon: \
religious teaching, or tey d itntd being Iriword
Mr. and Mrs WUllard -
were:
f/ 1 1'ilIOttu5Ul $VliU0: creed, it they are to have any claim April 10 saints possessed the kingdom"Dan Sunday and were dinner guests of Sunday and figures a. follower
Our Hope And Lord what 7:2 122.Continued. Smith and children, and Mr. WInn-mii, at a mevttnic ot thl.
Jtna love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with now Mr. and Mrs. R. Crawford near '
board held on the Itth day of March ;
ppon teachings of. Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevlr wait I for? My hope is In thee. Deliver ( next week.) Macclenny. and hits' Olin Graves of Winder. Itt32. there wan iirvNitittnd ... petition

the human heart, and of whom it was said in John 7:46, "NEVER MAN me from all my transgressions Mrs Bert Chism of St. George, mere signed by......... than US per rent of.
t the qualified elector who are free
THIS MAN. PRESBYTERIANServices Mr and Mrs. R. M. Johnson and i
LIKE : make me not the reproachof
SPAKE Ga., is spending several days here holders, residing wllhln the territory
of Bradford and Union countle are Invited to us* this de- the foolish.-Psaim 39: 7, 8. the guest of her sister-in-law :Mrs. daughter Madge were dinner known and deelguale.l I an Hp.-
n.atora ; dial i Tat Hcliool lUntrlct No. \$ ofHradNiril ,
and announce3aoe 11 Sunday April 10 as follows guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pad
church organizations April
for new* of R. N. Crawford.Mrs. County Florida I praying'
pertmeot fre ly given and no charge made-the only requirement Everlasting Light-Thy sun shallno : Peter :March of Sarasota gett Sunday. thin Hoard; to call an election to determine !
pents reach this once before Wednesday morning- 10 a. m. Sunday school J. M.\ : whether Bald .,'hooI4i.t..lot
Item down neither shall ,4
such more
go ; 'e
that .
wag is visiting her parent, Mr. and shall iHHUe hunda in the sum of $1."
erol cannot be handled for current Issue. thy moon withdraw itself: for the Truby, supt. Mrs. L. M. Murrhee. TRAIN SCHEDULE (uio 110) for the purpone of aiviulrlnff.bulldlnir. .. ,'X:
.
11 a. m. Morning worship sermon enlarging furnlehlnc rothftrwlne
Lord shall be thine everlasting
Miss Martha Crawford was vis- Improving tiulldtiiyii, ctrHfhonl
foolishly and wickedly fix our desire light and the days of thy mourn by the pastor Subject Chris- ting Miss Ollie Marr at Starke Our schedule changes March 9th around", or for any "ll>.igfluelve '1

r SUNDAY SCHOOL I on the one thing forbidden; ing shall be ended.-Isaiah 60: 20. tian Persistence. Saturday afternoon. and trains will run as follows: "within Raid Una Special of. ,public Tax frt He'houl arhoolM DI.-!

LESSON I II as a baby in a nursery full of April 18 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor. Topic Mrs. L. M. Murrhee and daughters Southbound, local No.1, due trl.x, to be lined by the white children

.1 I charming toys, will be satisfied Sorrow for Sir-O Lord my God, "How Should I Use Sunday" ,, Miss Frankle Lou and Ruth Starke 11:12: p. m. h."lnorlIo', of said: rnnnUIreit tilnirlct. and paid this.petition Hoard c

I L- with nothing but the blazing lamp Hear me, For I am ready to halt.I 8 p. m. Evening worship song Murrhee and Mrs. Peter March Southbound local No. 11, due and the fact. Mated therein and has t
and Please note the changeof liiir. determined that said petition I. t
sermon.
for a playthlng."vThen will declare mine I will
FOR APRIL 10, 1933 iniquity; were visiting Mr., and Mrs. L. Harris Starke 9:35: a. m. signed' by more than it per cent or u.
our lesson describes the be sorry for my sin.-Psalm 38: hour for the evening meetings. at Belmore Sunday Southbound limited No. 107, due the qualified\ elvctoi residing: litsaid
meeting changed Kpvrlnl Tax Kent,.: I'Ulrlet I Not +
temptation and fall of the occupants IS: 18. Young People's
of Greenwood Starke 10:28 a. m.
Starling :
Sidney
,
"How Sin Begins. snot that the leiiuaiice of bnnda a*
Subject: and of the garden. "Now the April 13 from 6:30: to 7 o'clock. Evening was visiting Thomas and Louie Southbound limited No. 191, due l.raved for therein la rei,........ and
Golden Text: "Watch pray. serpent was more subtile than any The Burden Bearer -Cast thy worship from 7:30: to 8 o'clock. that said petition fully compile
Murrhee afternoon. Starke 11:00: m.
not into temptation. Sunday p. with the .Inv It 'IM, therefor
enter
that ye beast of the field which the Lord burden upon the Lord and he shall Prayer meeting Wednesday at Miss Martha Crawford spent Northbound local No.2, due Uem.lvod: Ky thin Hoard of Puhll.tnxtnutloo "

Matt\ 26:41.Lesson: God had made. And he said unto sustain thee; he shall never suffer 8 p. m. 5:10 In special' meeting on
at Woodlawn the Starke : a. m.
Text: Genesis 2:15-17: : ; cordial Invitation to all Saturday night tin. the 14lh' day uf March, lilt ith.t
the woman Yea hath God said. the righteous to be moved.- A our guest of Misses Geneva and Juan- Northbound local No. 12, due It I I. expedient and, for the best

318.: Ye shall not eat of every tree of i Psalm 55: : 22. services extended to all.SAMPSON ita Hilltard.! Starke 3.31 I: p. m. lnte.re' >ptn of sold Hnecliil. Tnt NthnotIMntrlct
Lesson An unknown No. t of Hrailford County
Time of : S --
creation of man. the garden? And the woman said ; April 14 Mr. and Mrs E. W Rosier and Northbound limited, No. 108, due Klorldu. that. thle lloaid: on b.'halt of

period after the unto the serpent We may eat of God Loves The Good-Truly GodIs children of Jacksonville were visit- Starke 5:56 p. m.Wannee. nalft District. <3t* laati* and .11. tiondu
Garden of Eden but location In the amount of 17,00000 fur the
Place: the fruit of the trees of the garden: good to Israel even to such as CITYMI. Ing Mr. and Mrs. John Che ser BranchNo. purpose an Hinted In Maid petition

unknown. But of the fruit of the tree which Are of a clean heart.-Psalm 73: 1. .. Dorothy 8* llh. Cor. Sunday.Mrs. 101 leaves Starke 7.00: a. m. ahnve referred '0.
Introduction: Sin Is the name of _. lie It Kurthur Itmolved. that ..aMhimdM '
is in the midst of the garden God --- ---
kind. The ordinancesof J. J. Rigdon and daughter !and No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. eliull b* In the denomination
evil of every hath said Ye shall not eat of it, SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Sundays. of ft.OOOOD oath, that bnndn shall
Eva of Starke spent Thursdayhere dally except
towns laws of states and courtsfor Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Smith attended boar Ante of Juno Int. 1133. with In.
their enforcement, and all neither shall ye touch it, lest ye the funeral of Mrs. Alice the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. : T. J. Griffin, Agent; ,tei...Ht thereon at the rnt. otI/ per ,
die." Thn World's. Conversion enl the let
per nnmim payable <*n
N. Crawford.
means of regulation of human conduct OldhaM In Jacksonville Thursday.Mrs. Acv. of June' and the let day uf I)ecemhor >
are evidences that sin Is In The death which was declaredthe (Continued) Lester Kite and daughter, Sidney Low la of St. Augustine Blue BM Hvhrdulm cif ench year, and such bond

the world, and must be prevented or penalty was not only physical 6. According to the parable of Louise, Mr. and Mrs. B. McKinney Is visiting here at the home of his Daily, effective Jan. 1, 1033.: to lo-wn1 tiecum, dim and pnyalil ae fol. .

death of the body, but also spiritual the wheat and tares, how long are attended a pound party at Mr. and grandmother, Mrs. Jean Gasklns. flee Thoimnnil. flutters on Jun let, I''
Northbound 5.03 1 CO .
punished.Our death, or a separation from bad to remain together Theo Norman of Highland spent : a. m., : p. nil, and one thousand dollar on
tells how this the good and the Mrs. John McKinney In Graham,
lesson us God. Thus the nature of m., 4:59: p. m., 8:19: p. m. ..Inn IM nf each uf the years 1)34 d
strain of evil In human nature and showing ? "The field is the world: Friday night. the week-end here with his brother to 1841, h+rlu.lve.The .

Satan and! his argument "And the the good seed are the children of Rev. Butler preached here Sun Mr. Lacy Norman and family. Southbound-9:34: a. m., 12'34 p. principal and InleiirMt uf pail l
conduct I .
Isaiah began.In 14, Satan is described serpent said unto the woman. Ye the kingdom: but the tares are the day morning and evening.Mr. Miss Eva Rigdon was visiting m., 4:34: p. m., 12:50: a, m. boinl the nliHll llnmwei l>a payable National at the Hank otflc"of In !

I the embodiment of evil and lead- shall not surely die: For God doth children of the wicked one; the and Mrs. Roy Thomas of Miss Frankle Lou Murrhee last Tickets and information at t the t'lty of N.w York, Hint.. of New I
as York
I er of all sin and the enemy of God, know that In the day ye eat thereof enemy that sowed them is the Starke were visiting Mrs. S. E. Thursday morning. Smith's Service Station, next tocourthou. .He It Further Hem>lved that an

How art thou fallen from heaven, then your eyes shall be opened devil." "Let both grow together until Jones Sunday afternoon. Mr. A. J. Chism and Alton J ... elertl.nt be and the eame I I. hereby.
called to be held at the .chon|
0, Lucifer?-For thou hast saidIn and ye shall be" as gods knowing the harvest: and In the time of Mrs. Carl McKinney was.operated "- Hodge of St. George Ga? were vine holme. In Hampton. Florida, on th.

thine heart 'I will ascend into good and evil. harvest I will say to the reapers on for appendicitis MondayIn \ Itors here one day lost week. Cloning of Malls Illlh. ilny of April 1.00,1.IS.11. to datertnIn :-
whether mild ehall be Ise
heaven. I will exalt my throne That statement by Satan is said Gather ye together first the tares Starke. She ,1s getting along Miss Pearl Jordan of Starke, South rued a* herein deenilhed and that

above the stars of God: I will sit to be the first He named in the and bind them in bundles to burn nicely.Mr. and Miss Allene Rosier of Wood. al aui-h election the ........Ihm to b*

also upon the mount of the congregation Bible. At that time Eve had not them." Matt. 13: 38 39, 30. Roy Matthews and Mr. Ha- lawn were visiting at the homes of No. 11, parcel post and letters euuinltled".A Kll Ineit. Ilondii shall."b. "For Honda' er

.I will ascend above the learned the "knowledge of good 7. When does the harvest come ? zen of Hawthorn were visitors here the 4-H club gills In this vicinity 9:15: a. m. IL I. Further Heeolved that there
and evil," and (like many an innocent No. 107 letters, special deliveryand I li. appointed the following niana
heights of the clouds; I will be like "The harvest is the end of the Tuesday.Mrs. last Thursday. ".'M'' M I* Watteraon l>. Ilayn..
the Most High. Yet thou shalt be woman since the day) when world.. Verse 39. J. J. Gay returned to Hawthorn Little George Gaaklng had the special handling 10:00: a. m. and Jeff Perry and K J, Wynn, atclerk
she did learn it too late to regain North of paid. election.'
was
brought down to hell. Note-Thus it Is plain that the Tuesday after spending a misfortune of getting his arm It I* Further Heaolveil. and Or,

The lesson today begins, "And her innocence. wicked (the tares) live with the I week with relatives here. broke when he foil from a wagon No. 12, parcel post and letters, "|MII, that th* forearoltia. reaolu&lonMlie ".
"And! when the woman saw that 3:15 p. m. published. In the Iliniiforii (NiuntyTelpirriiith.
till the end loaded with straw. His
the Lord God took the man and righteous (the wheat) -- many l '
a newnpttper published
put him Into the garden of Edento the tree was good for food and of the world. There Is, then no friends wish him a speedy recovery.Mrs. No. 108, letters special delivery In llra.lford County, Florida:; and
that It was pleasant to the eyes for GREENWOOD' and special handling 5:30: p. m. publication, bo for th. portod jf four
dr It and keep it. And the time before Christ's coming a Sebe Harris of Woodlawn, ,
oinMecilllv wenka beitlnnlna I ; on th*
and a tree to be desired to make mall closes at six o'clock.
Night
Lord God commanded the man sinless state in which all men will MI... Kmmalya* Irlagli, Cor. was visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. INth day nf Marcli I9IJ there-be- ...
one wise she took of the fruit to God. No. 1. due at 11:12: p. m. IIIHT. i>" newspaper, pnMleheil In taMNlieclal
Of tree of the be converted and turn I. B. Thompson Friday.Mr. .
saying, garden .
every Tax School Dlalrli-t No. I
thereof, and did eat, and gave also did Christ No. 2, due at 6:19: a. m.Vannee .
thou freely eat; But 8. For what purpose Illlllard-StarUng II. H. MAT
mayest and
Dan of Lawtey,
unto her husband with her; and he Starling Branch Chairman Hoard nf I'uullu Inntructlion -
of the tree Af the knowledge of say the gospel was to be preachedin Mr. and Mrs. Steve Starling announce ..
did eat." When Eve sinned she Mr. Sebe Harris of Woodlawn, Mail closes 7:00: a. m. f llrudronl CountyKB Vltlrlel.
good and evil, thou shalt not eat all the world? "And this gospelof the marriage of their their brother-in-law ( A I.1AT'rbtlTt
visiting
to involve her in were 2:40 .
sought companion Mall arrives : m.NCI'I'lt"ac :
p.
of it: for In the day that thou her fall. Thus bringing her husbandto the kingdom shall be preached in daughter Geneva to Mr. Luther Mr. M. L. Thompson Friday afternoon A. J.fiMpttrlntendent. OII11"FIIiI,

eatest thereof thou shalt surelydie. all the world for a witness Into all Milliard Wednesday night March Hoard .>f Publli1 I...
her own level; and a bad husband TO DKIITOIIS **!> tUICI). nf
end .lrnctlan I llriulfout County Kla .
nations and then shall the
It is unknown how long ; 30th. The ceremony was performed .f
often drives his wife to a Those attending church from rroim and x-offIclo, secretary said
Adam and Eve remained in the come." Matt. 24:14.NoteCommenting: at the home of the bride's par Hoard J.J., 6w <-lt
lower plane of life. here Saturday night at the home of
!
garden before they were temptedand on Revelations eats with Rev. Garrett of Jacksonville Nut lea IK hereby given hut all
"And the eyes of them both were Mr. and Mrs. John Wilkerson near cruel Horn, legaleoii, distributee* and IIlOlOLtlTION
felL 20:2: Dr. Adam Clarke says: officiating.. They will I
opened, and they knew that they Pine Grove were Mr. and Mrs. Lacy all peraitn having claim aKetnatth At a epeulal meeting of the Vnardif
In the lives of all persons thereIs "Probably no such time shall ever make their home with, his parent I estate of H. H. tlumpbrty, d. I'ubllu Inatructlon of Bradford
a forbidden fruit. We may go were naked; and they sewed fig appear in which exil shall be wholly for a while. Norman and daughter, Cleo Misses caaaed their are hereby rmjueeted to pre- County, Florida, which apeaJaft meet ,
leaves together, and made them Frankie Lou Murrhee, Ruth Mur Kent claim. to the Honorable lug was held, pursuant to call of
.10 far in our debires, but there is banished from the earth till after Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier of Oo A. Oardlner, county judge of which all membera had personal no- .
always a limit beyond which we selves aprons. And they heard the the judgment day when the Evergreen was visiting Mr. and rhee, Mamie Thompson Willie Mae Hradford county, Florida.. for hips Approval lice, on th. 14th day of March, 1113. .
... from dateherenf.
voice of the Lord God walking In Reddish Bertlce Caskins and within nutlci there helnv preaent at such "....Un I( ,
cannot without violating God's earth having been burned up. a Mrs. A. B. Rosier Sunday. or thin will be held Inbar
go the garden in the cool of the day: Charle Gasklns. II. 1>. May, A. II Hurrency, and J. T
new heaven and a new earth shall Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and thereto and all paraone Indebted Moore inembere.. and A. J. Orlffla.Httcrntary {
law.In and Adam bid from presence of the i to said estate are retineeted to pay of said. beard, the following
the garden of Eden Adam be produced out of the old, by the children were visiting Mr. and Mrs. th.lr paid. Lord God the trees of the among other proceeding wr
amongst ..
.
and Eve were given all fruits and mighty power of God; righteous- C. A. Pringle Sunday afternoon.Mr. underelgned' '.lItnr. i hail towiltMember
.
111!
A. p
garden. Thus sin came and the This 11th day uf March,
blessings, except the "one tree of alone shall dwell In them. and Mrs. B. I. Bowden of GRAHAM A. H. CHEWS, .iltitIon 8urrenoy prenented< area "
and motion of M.tnhrr
only remedy therefor Is the sacrifice upon
the knowledge of good and evil." made by Christ. 9. When Is the "man of sin" or Jacksonville were the guests of Ml. Kll: "....0.. Cor.Odell l-11-tt-t-a lea.outorNOTICE :I J, T Moore eMuunded by MemberHurrency .

They had all that was necessaryto "mystery of Iniquity," called also Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pringle Sunday.Mr. resolution wa put beforethe '
< : OF ELI make them happy.A "that wicked" to come to an end ? and Mrs. R. S. Rosier of Ay* and none Nay, reeulutlon was .'

writer says: "God crowns our DAILY BIBLE THOUGHTS "And then shall that wicked be revealed Evergreen were visiting Mr. and Abernathy of Tampa was At Publlx a upeclal Inxtrurtloit meeting of of the Bradford Hoardof adupteil.. and said figures resolution... follow. being! I I.word. I. .

lives with an abundance of all whom the Lord shall consume Mrs. J. D. Peele Saturday night. visiting friends here Saturday.Mrs. County (Florida which nuvclul meet- Whorea. at a meetingf. this '
mouth C. F. Frazier and children Inn woe held. pursuant to call uf board held on the 14th day of March
1 things necessary for use and for April 8 with the spirit of His Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pringle were
member had
which all pereonal no- IK32 (her. wa* prvennleil
a petition
too God Knows All 0 God thou and shall with the In Starke of Chicago. 111., are visiting her
pleasure and yet all often we : destroy bright shopping Tuesday. MlaneJ' by more than It per ant nl ..
the who .
-- -- iiuallfled liiLtura are
--- -- --
holdvre, realdlnit within ti. terra'r
By Charles McManus tory known and dialanatd a.
DARNIT clul Tax Hchool 1 uutrlut I No. rpt
DOROTHY Iliadfortl County, Florida, praying
thlw Hoard to call an elurtion to d... *
termln whether' Maid achool dletrlcC In
DoG hall lamie buiida In th. sum of IT -M
WILL "YOU READ ''T.SIDOCTOR.>> WE GOTTA Out).on far the purpoae of aivinlrliir, .
PHIL. QRJOGE.OEMT1STTttTrt WHA'T'LL 00 THAT \\ bulldlnar enlarging, furnlehlng or .1
THAT SIGN. COfZ NgTH$ N otherwise Improving building, 01 i
I WONDER PUT IN FoR FER achool grounds or for otherexrluelvii
THAT MEa MIVTEIV? FIVE, Dot.LARS" u** of public I I t.r.uhnole:
WHAT within Mid Special
Tax Huhool UI.
I ':IIQN IZiAD9 ; TI i11j1Dgr1,7tST -. Irks, to b* used by the whit children
of mild. district, and this Hoard.
I Ora" ._ pla.l CETTTAIW.VMV having duly. connljnred raid petitionand ",
eWw. the fait slated therein and) having !
.. CHILD e1VN1 J'i uittermlnvd. that' eald petition |4l
eYNr-.._.... .l..n..d by more than It par ont of
( ..- the uiiallfled\ electors residing I In
Paid special Tax Hchool lilatrlrt No, .,
3, and that the issuance of bonds i*
Played for therein I. n.e......", and
that ealil petition fully compile
with the therefore
>. Resolved. : (r"lhll* Hoard of PutelKi
.
\S Inetructlun In special meeting on
l thl* the 14th day of March, IIJJ. ,
that. .It la expedient and for the beet
Int...*.'. of paid Special Tax MclioolUUtrlct
% No. t nf Hradford County,
Florida that this Hoard on behalf. of
paid Dlatrlut do leeu. and Hell bond
In the: amount of 7000.00 for Id*
pU."".. a. ...1...] In said petition
abov referred to.
lie It Further. Reaolved that said
C bond. shall b* In the denominationof
".OUO 00 each, that bond shall
bear oat. of Jun. let. ltd, with la.t. .
..... thereon at the rate of tM Pt
cent per annum payabl on the lot
day (if June, and th. let day of I>.-

.. ... ,. eember of each year, and suet. bond
"'
clla'.a
I to boom due and payabl a* 'ltl.lu. -
...,
'
sae- __ _... __ -- -- L ... .. --- ---- On* Thousand Dollar oa Jun. 1.'..
:L-:_ __ _._. _:: __ = _..:::=..:..:. :- -- -- -- +r.--+7 leas, and one thousand dollar on

Jan let of each> of the year* IK
to Hit. IDCI.......*.
"THE MAIN: THING ON MAIN STREET' The principal and Intereat of paid
By L. F. Van Zelm bond ihall b. payable at the of tie*
of thelannver National blank ta
the City of New York mat of New

{ niJy 33uzz. York.B. II Further Reeolved that an
r r.. t SPo">6; T'o.4ATl election b* and the same I* hereby
FRUIT S COMIN' DOS TWIMKS HCSUCCMSGD called to b. .held at the school
<<
MAIN 4TRLEYS:
houa In Hampton Florida, on tn. +
LADING" 1+ ; DOMUH THAT'S! TbCATS L luth day uf April IUd: to d.t.....
e" G515DrtO- CH.4GIii F In. whether. said bonda ahall b* I.e.
ONE SuficTIIe4G sued a* herein described, and that
1'1'4-3' e
BuTTS TO\VNt ALL
lmure. t'w'' 1c
: at such election the queittton to toe
:, submitted shall b* "For IJOD..." er"Agalnal
rUIT STAND Honda"t
t.< It 1* .. .. that there
UPSET Math sT / .. IC rou Art wua Dad b* appointed the following ....n...
g -s '. AIN'T A CHASIN" GT$ gera: M. I*. Wattereon. O llayne i
17..::=:=$ ( "$::- / .. ,'- I and Jeff ferry and I.. J, Wjnn asclerk
\V\JtN\ 1i.;; DOG O\\'I'C' \ '\ fr a CH+CKGNL I of said election. }
7 c! @ It I I. Further He.o>ved and Ordered
I IrI J.\oWt PGhSAL62! -.J_ I that the foregoing ""01,110., .
nhORGrK f TuG: ''l. "- \ b. published In Ih. Bradford County +
0
'1 '? \ Tlegraph, a newspaper published '.
v. =
'V'i ; : ,
; 1M1. /uGALD 115. 0 "' ) In Bradford County Florida and
"I :. III! 0 $, "J' -: I! publication b* for th. period of four'
( c
agSA D/3 CQALArp ctf C- I \ 'I ; r '-= II.! I u n..cutlve week, beginning on th. ;
-. : / / / tC... l$th day of March, IItI', there being .
,
r U ;) nn ] In said
'tlL.loC .ami ; C newspaper published
0
Special Taa ttvhool. Dlatrlcl Nix 4.
to *
K A SDILL. /1 a Pl'TAII' .. II I). MAY i?
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.. Chairman Board of public InatruJtion -
pCGR --
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G; of
Ilradford Florida.ATTKST .
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w_ __ A. J. OnlFFIfl. )
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.e ... e L ca. Superintendent Hoard of Publte 11<.

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PACK EIGHTBradford C(11N1 %! rILEaRAru. STARKE. FLORIDA VETDAY
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i County TelegraphEstablished i-- .- -'. Mr. and Mrs.Births Vernon Padgett, democratlo will. of the primary voters at election the-- "'ml"f-
1

1877 1 From !j1Y\tr\ \'ens I ; ol e1ffoo Late Highland son, April 4th. office familiar promise held June will with If say 7th.elected the that In duties to I asking am.aisehai-th.r thor t Ol. '''J1"'Ibll Sal>'

,
duties of said Office In "h.
Poll tic AnnouncementsFOR an !IT I
and
: Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class "The Only J.tf\ ''I.tb "10"6"' ., Classif) and support courteous will manner beLOUIS appreclau You '
.. Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida nys a Bradt/I !l"\J\ t'r) I\grll.pb\ Lawtey, Fla., April 4, 1932. response STATn to the SKNATOIlIn eugReetlon of IL 11,14

eodline.. O'' }''v. !!, I't I ia/! tbe Editor Bradford County Telegraph, By RUSSELL KAY many frirndit: and bellavlrin: I that 1 I hereby announce myself
=c name of a pl/VA trS would Starke: Fla. Secretary Florid Prei Amcimioi can be of vatuablo .ervlc. to the dldate. for tie office of Ass, *'oj.n'
Taxes ,
: E. S. Matthews _, _. ___ ___ __ --_ Owner and Publisher be lonesome At 1v'i'l\\ e .t.1A. Dear Sir I composed people of of this Union senatorial and Bradford district, to the wishes of Bradford of the County voters ,>< h UM. ,ct

I J. C. Robinson "n____ ____ Managing Editor Ion. Vlase allow me space In your I I And right when everybody Is uountlen. I hereby announce. myself pressed In If the coming Dem"ort""'.
candidate for state primary.
aa a aenator, ,
,
and for a cross- ,
I\I'V'v' paper to call. ,(o the attention of whoopln yellin' subject to the will of the democratic the favors. Information" Sc"! [ aU
In the oldOu. J\"w ,,\HMlre* > for our law enforcement officers some state canal, and the only argument voter at the primary election on datlons and courtesies that"".taunt. ,
Jun. 7, 1932. I am In favor of and given through that office' *
be whose house it was will
SUBSCRIPTION RATE liquor would J\JAA MiAs\ tfoat off laxity: on their part. There Is a law seemed to will work for tax reduction and tn predate your serious .. .?
hili back. J4u\' \* 11t< V>' tAo\. CoAt 'lr this state prohibiting children gonna go by up hops the ZepBry- a reduction of the expense or tun vote ard asslstnnreVUIir"a. r U',n.,

,, Yearly, $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance off his BtiXfatV!: '&WK! ?*1- under' sixteen years of age from hills News with a nice pitcher of ning favor the.and state will government work for; I also the N. 1\ WAI WmUIJT

; Advertising: Rates 90 Application graph. And SV, ;r/fa 1t11 of tne driving cars unless an adult Is with ice water in the form a statement atrenarthenlng the state banking I hereby announce myself a ran

respect of UKa \tl1A\ \''', 1Jtnl\tll. tbtnIn this part of the county from Albert V. Moore president law make to their protect liability depositorS to loon and much to Tax dldate: Assessor for re-elertlon During to the th,,,llo. "*

Tribune. there are young people driving cars of Moore & McCormack Steamship more mmotn. I will ever be alert rears that I have been your Bs.eJ...,,*
Clean and paint up. lines to the effect that the ships for and on the rlRht aide of any tried hard to give to the PUb'"i.
l' ; up from who are BO which
eight years up other tneaaurea I believe to Ho all that could be !
f. C) A Florida ve'\tv\ .? 1.4verUIiJ.. small" It U with difficulty they can of his line would not use such a 1 lie for the bent Interest of the people as assessor, and In expected asking f,,,t .sic..
t1'1I\'f' but canal if it were built on their run and the protection of their rightsand election I promise you this.
all VIJ thai
Register for the June primaries. Ing yea'on't -; reach the pedals or see through the property Your vote and sup am elected again, f will If ti
bite. JtJ: V.' e\Jt\ aroufld windshield. It seems to be a great from Gulf to North Atlantic parts. port will be highly appreciated, and serve you honestly, fearlessly contlnu.and
I o farm down I I\t"I\ "''t'\ UUt you In Albert it seems Just can't get at If I am elected your confidence In Impartially. I will appreciate
sport with them to get a car me will never be violated. vote at the coming loup
: A lot of big fish bit on April Fools day. pent all thor ?vI/v: 'v vM \WKing high and see how fast It can go; all hopped up about this canal Respectfully eral 'elections. primary Respectfully anti, g.

L 0 the man Vto.11J.: I k to YQ* .- and unless our officers put a stop project. He says, "A canal la necessarily Lake Butler Fla. J. M. MANN. M. D E. W. lIA YES,

KelliaherHints ((1.411V\ \ r\ll\1.\ \ to it there Is going to be some5tiou restricted in width consequently To the Democratic Voter of the FOR siigii'jj' -- -
.' Movie star says this country is blonde crazy. ships must proceed thruit Fifteenth Senatorial District '1'0 the D.mo"ratlo voter 'It Dra.
accidents.
; Many of the voters both Bradford lord County
:
: 0 for j rl \/ gdn r- It is dangerous enough with slowly morning and evening and Union counties, which comprise I hereby announce my oandd"[ .
Love your r1\I\" l' Pjk te'ave bisfom fogs are a hazard night travel the above senatorial district urgedme for sheriff of this county ,
rowboats. drunks without hav- subject
for 10
; Tampa wants the canal built road hogs and prior to the death of Senator the action of the voters .
chickens alolll.vjt\; \ 'f11 g\'lI.pb. would hardly be possible even i It at the .0",
tbg this extra hazard forced upon Johns to enter the race for the 1,,<< Democratic primary election
I 0" But why? t\ .t'' /r.I I' ItjllJd' tolCe A Subscriber lights were provided we would not Democratic nomination aa senator promising elected a faithful, hon.:
In the
" ". Uj! coming; primary election to
est, and
;\ Ocala Banner tries to define a taxpayer's prayer. just aa good 11' //tft' tasnelghbor'e ""' consider it a saving in time and be held In June, 1831. I now take duties of efficient said office.performance Your of tin
vote
'" 0 /!! c\I\rv; ., ft wan the tinder thla the next week this would consider the danger greater this method of for making my formalannouncement support Is respectfully solicited and

I makln's areBronson 0v 't the .tdr; 7'' appeared from a navigation standpoint than office.' I ask each and this every Important voter LAUKICIfl C. CI.EMONS

Baker County Press!' celebrated. its third birthday on J Jrflv.\. "Green county voters: I want it any advantage it might offer and to If I carefully consider my candidacy[ I hereby, announce as cnndiitiiti, ,,
the
am nominee I pledge efTI-
1,' April 1st. also-Felix Patrick. that the expenditure for such a canal ulent service to the people. for Ida sheriff and of Bradford County Plor.
; respectfully solicit
: and
.' third week carried another would to be ItvBpectfully. will
; \ 0( Avery Po\Al eon uY The ultimately prove Lake Butler; Fla hAL Y. MAINESTo appreciate your support at thr Jun.
should begin ft ttflod, at announcement. useless.] Primary.
There is a decided difference in picking; your friends and using the tel AW 1J --tlf< dvlsthe. "Voters, Me too-R. Palmer.- \ the Democratic electors of the W. J. EPPEHSOV:l lI
ICth
\ Senatorial District of Florida.
.4, picking on your friends. wife.-StarM 'j'A.: J'erf1up"I Exchange.: : That seems to be MOORE about I reBpactfully xollclt your supportfor hereby announce my cundldarr
& ; for sheriff of Urndforcl
because the tlJd\ \ thtiK said! -0-- the canal than some folks was ex- nomination In the June primary I Joct to action ot the voters county at. Bull. ,
--- the
a. your state senator for said district
I economy sho\ VIt'ltl\ Mibby' Seven mistaken of Man pectin' to hear. Of course there's which embraces the counties of primary June Tth. I have been a
You cannot vote during the i.c.it two years unless you r'. \11 of of Ufe this canal Union and Bradford citizen of the county all my life and
mistakes to
personal ex % .. ; \ place "There-are seven two sides proposition, have never asked for an office ut the
A register before May 1st. bulness.Rrf jI I' that many of us make," said a like everything else, only they call THELMA JOHNS. hands. of the voters. If elected I
promise the cltlsens
i 0 famous writer, and then gave the 'em BANKS. So according' to Albert FOR IIF.PnKSHNTATIVK efficient law enforcement of the, without county

Most any A/'e' VV Qlye, on the fallowing list: before we go sinking our mon I respectfully' announce my can showing partiality. Your support
Carrying a hoe these days is no sign that a man is going w4 didacy for Representative of Bradford and vote will be appreciated.
highways | "l1'It}) Avery 1. The delusion that Individual ey in a hole in the ground between County subject to the will of OaCAU ANDREI:
: to work-he might be after fish bait. Powell that ttlfc 'CV P\l ig: ; the. advancement is made by crushing two BANKS we better be lookln' the Democratic voters of the coming
I : primary election June 7. 1932. If MRMIIKK SCHOOL I
'
---0 road should 0 '1. ,. -.StArke others down., at both SIDES that's what he's nominated and elected. I will I diligently I take this method ROUt.-OI.I.1 of announcing

is Telegraph.p 'P4tvuMld you 2. The tendency to worry about been doln' and he ain't sure that faithfully' and fearlessly doeverything my candidacy I for member of :schoM,
the sword
Perhaps the reason the per is mightier than that I can that will help board from School ,
District No
) I,
do with the tA c rlV'!, << \) brag" blags; that. cannot be changed or his little boats would go throughthe the majority of the cttlxens of Bradford comprising North Starke and Lftwtey I
:' \ because of the large number serving time. that his truCt: I \) \ Y tliv- corrected. blamed thing without hlttln' County and the State of Flor subject to the will of the Demo-1

/ : 0 ver off theo r VN tfl) ko 4anta&e 3. Insisting that a thing is impossible one or the other or both. Id the.. state Will on attempt a business and aid basin.In placing I will! cratlo June voters 7, 193!In. the If coming nominated prlmair and I

An old farmer remarked that the only thing not checked the truck f/VA/V/ '> )Q rnAI. because we, ourselves can sincerely appreciate your support elected I promise' to work for the I
;; not'accompish'it Maybe before we start quarrelln' Q. M. INMAN. best, Interest ot all the school ot, I

;;'0': in growth by cold about a farm is the mortgage. More taxed 0\J"\ t/J'Pt (roln some 4. Refusing to 'set aside trivial and anatchin' each other baldhead I take thin method of announcingmy licit Bradford your county vote and and support I earnestly ii'

0f -. other source ylpv.A.l\ stAt6/\ A preferences, 'in order that Impor.' ed over where the blamed thing Is candidacy. I favor for the reduction office of of Hepresenatlve. salaries : Respectfully.Q. H. BENNETT

;f The big "X" on the sidewalks of Starke marks the only sales tax vUTelegraph. 1! t'StArkeI ant thlngs'may be accomplished. to go. we ought to talk to a few and taxes and rigid economy I respectfully announce that 1.," I Ia
", .' I \ ,.ft \,1\1' i la bUl by 0. Neglecting development and more prospective customers, like along all lines of our state work candidate for member of the sihiwl |
Should I be honored with the nomination board, district No. 1 (comprlHlng vol.
last .
:' spot not occupied by a candidate Saturday. i he manulac\t/\-: \,/ l1l\t eli corn- retlnement'of the mind by not acquiring the Bull and Mallory Lines. and and afterward election I InK precinct one and two), auhjttt

0- modities reV 1 JA rorhia:: are the habit of reading find out whether or not they'd use promise' to the best of my. ability. to the action of the Democratic prl-l
honest and faithful serviceT. ,
I mary election to he held June 7th I
Oklahoma has a justice of the peace who marries couples manufacture l\r.\r ,\at I fl. Why 6. Attempting to compel other It. M. PINHOL.8TER. IC elected I promise the cltlzpnflufl/
not raise tv\ I\\ t4> to 1JcentsCrestI' ( persons to believe and live as we the district and county the bed tl
fall in love. 8t'PEIU' \'rRNDRNT OF SCHOOLS servIce of which I am capable. Your
I for one dozen Now is the time to
eggs. j! \
., | llj! ge\o. do. Of course a canal would divide Through the solicitation of manyof support will be appreciated I
0 7. The failure to establish the the state and some folks would be my friends and my desire to again HAT A. NUWSOM

Crescenti/ PltJl reports habit of saving money. for it Just on that account but It be your school superintendent I desire I hereby myself a c.n.
to announce
It is said there is no Biblical proof that an apple was the announce myself aa a candidate -
that all the 'f\I\#\ \ E t j jrst like ''i o wouldn't take nearly as big a bond for this position, subject to the dlilate, for re-el .ctlon as member <"l|

,; forbidden fruit of Eden. It could have been a lemon. their mothelL \I\ttl\ .,U'r the pri What Is The Ballot Issue to build a fence if that's all June elected primary.I promise a If faithful nominated performance and the Interested school solely board In, district Jie( advancvitiHitl 1. 1 ami'

J o mary. Keep\\tJ r bP\II\ tjfl t. Campaign What Is the ballot? It is the sym. it would do for us. of the duties of this office. of our county school and If my work!
ftddAtes Your votes are solicited and will as a member of the board the psei i|
thund will
II\A bol to those
of
citizenship, given
he highly appreciated Your re.pec- two years meets with your approval I
:, Voters can secure real protection against candidates by have to buitl 1I tfIpIt\ Or'gQtAI.Starke capable of self-government.: Accordln' to the American Eagle fully. H. B. wiaams.I your support In the June .prlmarvl

: wearing ear muffs and carrying their right arm in a sling.0 Tel/ .V4\, 9\'Qbll.bly It is the right protective of all of Estero, they got a better government hereby announce myself n Can- 'will same be conscientious appreciated attention pledging to rL<'r

,, never find 1111." 4I)*.by gAgIs other rights without which no league down there that'sall didate for re-election to the office of r duties of the office. 1
a good o\f V-\11 \{ everybody right! already obtained can be safeLy feverish and broken out with or Superintendent, of Public Instruction JAMES:: T. Moor.a
Bradford
You might be agin a sales tax but every time you pay does know \tt (\! It.1-tt I la-St'on.! guarded.It IDEAS and among 'em is the suggestion support will County.be appreciated Your vote and I MFJtIDIGIl: KCIIUOL! pJjftp.lit 1

.' the son Journal. is the1'' safe channel through that we adopt the plan of Respectfully A. J. ORIFFI3 I I hereby, announce my candidacy
15 cents for a pack of cigarettes government gets 6 cents for re-election as member of th-
Which' the {dice of the opppreaaed Massachusetts and compel all lob- To the voters of Bradford county. school board from district 2. nnd I''

of it. Subscriber"J.\r., .. to) Q* if it la or an exploited" class may be come blsts to register teU who they I hereby announce my candidacy. elected will continue to give the do,.
for superintendent of Public In- ties of the office my very bent aitrillion.
\ .--0- possible to ldJk\\I \ IIf .,4per 's 11 articulate.It are, where they came from, what struction. I feel that I am qualified ., Your support Hollcltoil and

!; : Inverness Chronicle prophesizes many of the aspiring handbill so t f\\ 1Ztf.Jt.\ .s Will qUitborrowing Is the1 great educator which they want and how much they get for fully sail dlHilmrun office ant the promise dm Inn to of faith mime, will be! appreciated H. n MAT.

i ,, tf1'elegraph.\ stimulates 'citizens\:: to reflect on paid. Imagine that? And when to the bent of my ability. Your vote I hereliv announce a* a cn.lhlnl'
;, candidates will be perspiring!' candidates before the campaign Not If it is \ JJIjA";\ 11"4 yours. public problems. public welfare and they got the register complete will be nppreclatolItevpectfully, fur membwr of thn school b cat, "I Stirkn'lliervseit III"tl'I.t '
3, Hmith
comprising
L. IT. FL'TCH
/: is over. Robbie." !\ t l"'fI, 4f '"
; o more like I%\ v. J'4\' \ ..crtlaingprograms It is the best instrument ever tie story book, but it would be a FOil T\X C'OM.lt TOM nupreolale the primary your June vote Tth.W .and .support

: : tbJlW'' r l.I\ 1CW5paper I ana devised to measure accurately pub. tough break for the Lobby Liz. I hereby anncmnre my can
If every piece of mail leaving Washington carried the hey mightekj \! t1\JI\ iieet l 80 lie opinion In the shortest possible zards and there would probably be ti> succeed Bradford myself countv. as, subject THX, ] Colleitorof to the ;.'IW"IIK1I WdlOOl, tIle C l--ilsI.-sI

aa. to look \ \ 111 lot of RED faces If told the Demourntlo primary to be heM' I
proper amount of postage the postoffice department wouldn't lLcj r\f\J t'nlSot\ time. a they on I hereby announce myself a 'an I
June Tth. 1932 I have ,
Journal. It is the necessity of the TRUTH. tried to I, dilate for memnnr, of the > "
t be !so' deeply in debt. many render you faithful honest and efficient hoard. District Nt.. 3. comprlBlnx I
not the privilege of the few; the cervic. during my lint term of c| Hampton, iliabam llrooker and N\' \
o A hV\ IlP necessity. of the wage earner as But why get all excited and hop office as your Tax] Collector. I enrnevtly I'I River subject to election In tb.lrimary. ..
: solicit your support' and If .Jun. I promise t II .t8""''L
When a candidate devotes most of his time to his Said a fLVhV M "tMr tbsy: of the homekeeper. all over the poor Lobblsts. It ain't elected uftaln I shall continue tn render r for a fulr deal. " oppon- "I'm starting tA \ ''J "r'AIt' Withmy It is the peaceable weapon of civilization their fault. You and me and the you the same service a* 1 have anti partiality. to ,none.Ilespectfullv .

ent's qualifications: chances are he hasn't any of his own to ,I background tli1V fall, ent to the where ballots take the rest of us all sit back and Just let In the past. CATIT., A. KNIGHT.I :- J. H.yours KELLYt ,

present to the voters. sboiJr I \ wtrel, and place of bullets. and can be used anything that wants to HAPPENto respectfully. ,
announce myself
canriltlate
a myself a
i nose to the -lv.'VVr.II.! J''Ve *IaQ equally by the weak and the strong.It us in the selection of Representatives candidate for the office of Tax Collector hereby for re-election announce to the ()ffi"'

; o been advlae"l R() 'V\lb ''el'llIead, is the"'guarantee of equality and Senators, then we wake subject to the action of the of School Board for District No. i,

: : It's a safe bet if half the school children in Duval county both feet oo 'v /AI4\ \ anl watch Mfore the! law of every individual up along about the time the Legislature -! June Democratic Tth I voters feel that at the I sip primary In every of cratlo subject primary to the action June of 7,the I"D>,m"'"'

were asked the definition of termites they would answer foe a silver kjkf 1\ th, coudExchange. ;.-.. human being who uses it. assembles and worry ourselves the way office qualified eiriolent! to give'and the competent duties of Impartial elected I promise administration. the same of fair the a'do'"d

It Is Intimate source of pow. Into a gooseflesh over what service. Pledging a full and faith tie that I have ten
"School board officials. i
er In a democracy, and the foundation they'll do to us or our business. ful discharge of the duties of theoll'le. r"'dOflnlhtheo past. Your vote 5''"'
to the best of my ability I and will <"
-0 Yeft ,-\-I; "'\\f \ on which rests our govern solicit and will appreciate your sup highly support appreciated.A.Is solicited.
A north \ : Unknown. Then when a high Lob port In the coming primary. :- ,
WUV #t>er records ment.-Author pressure 13. SCnUEN'CYCOt'MTY
t On account of the large number of record-breakers in the Respectfully.. CARL JOHNS:-
'"
that sailor \Aj by Lbszard comes and forms
M\W\ VV: <:OmWg iA along
,, matrimonial game in Hollywood it has been proposed to call contact with / \tAtf\ #,v OT court !\tore'Truth Than Poetry the Hoosit Protective Association FOIl t I.KHK' OK CIRCUIT COIRT take this('O'I"'IMIIIO..RR-DIol.method of. announclm-i I IJ

that burg Orange Blossom. It was a tytuVVW f Cti ***vf, but (Macclenny Press.) or'' Whatsit League of So and So, didate I hereby for the announce office myself A can. my candidacy for re-election a
of ClerK of H''
t:' o then you k ./.yV/ 4Iie i have A good many years ago when a we get writers cramp wrlntln' out Circuit:: Court of Bradford County the, : aunty 1. I solicit commissioner vote for and district suppo'

happened. V W\ I' jtt anl>t1et boy was whipped at school he received our check to cover his expenses to subject to the will of the voters at i and If re-elected your will strive to gl>
the
Exchange says it is not always the candidate with the argument li> IJV >(' font: let : another whipping when ,he Tallahassee to protect our Inter i fully coming cnnRrlous primary. of the June duties Tth.of I this am the district and county the,beat ."
vice of I capableJ.
longest wallet who gets the most votes. And the same applies your Life IrirQrAi/' lf'lIe"afe) # went home but in these days the ests. It's a great game If you don't I ably Important fitted office to perform ant feel thorn that In I am anefficient which am. M. HOSIER,
ty HarborAn 1 father and mother wine his tears WAKEN. -.-
to talks and r'\\ man"",. Never having asked
: campaigns. -v.. away and go and whip the teacher. for an office In the court house be C'OVN'I'V f'O'IIIIUO"Rf)1.t! '

tI pt old <\) ()'V/ #e c0ssh1g l a An exchange says that dancing If you ask me, the most IMPOR. faithful fore I promise honest, and If elected efficient to service give At consented the solicitation to make of the friel1dhahove nice ""'

busy cornel v,1I.I'. lug police A. kes girls' feet large. It also TANT think anybody can do right Your support Is respectfully solicited County Commissioner' for Dlalr""
A voter who sells out to candidate letting him If elecl'I l
a by pay A. J. THOMAS. No. 3 of Bradford County
,
dog dashed I '\ Ii VntJ t>owle 'says that ice cream produces now Is to Register and pay your promise to discharge the "","'I
1 the voter's poll tax has no grounds for complaint if the can- him over. -.rtA; j\it\ 'instant ancorner freckles. Doctors are also of the POLL TAX even if you have to To the- Voters of Bradford County Incumbent upon me to the.ollcH'I bestmy 'i

didate sells Austin skkJAf that the front miss a meal to do it. Remember I FlorIda ability. Your support IN
him out after getting in office. ftP a opinion hanging on I am a candidate fur rx-etectlon ami will bo appreciated.
bumped him. :\ 1lP\ tr; I\1Qr\J\ severe gate produces rheumatism. The It's the poor simple owls who think to the office of Clerk of Circuit U. U. CONNER. '
o \ that if that their VOTE DON'T: COUNT i Court Bradford County Florida. and -
bruises. B'P.; fI.'J.II, "sstsked httft'Mot girls are truly grateful earnestly solicit your support and I hereby announce myself a csnj'
Attendance at "state, press meetings may be somewhat to his feet $Lif v.'v'tIJced' \ hiln these pleasures are denied them that the wise guy politicians always vote at the June Primary election date for re-election as county/"";!
I promise to render faithful honest', missioner from district No. 2, "xl
limited this year on account of rumors the new woman president the dog h"- rv1t xth > they are still allowed to clean COUNT ON. and careful leivlve. Henpectfully, elected I will. continue giving' t I"I
actly" be r'lll6(.' "f VP tin bouse and wash dishes. (Now O. W AL.D12RMAN district and county the bent ''"''I
will wield a rolling pin instead of a gavel. can tw: u to j\II klt that did thMinn. folk this Isn't the modern girl ataU You hear a lot of ravin',and carryln of which I nm capable. J, O CRE J
FOIl COUNTY Jl'nGF"
o moat dama.f'/\'ltjlipsr. ( .) for this paragraph was taken on about this and that, but Te the Democratic voters of Brad. C'OI"TY ('O"'JIIIO"RPI.t.3: II .
Forum. from a newspaper dated June 24, you generally find that the birds ford County, Florida: I hereby announce myself a 'ITitMnte !
If the be I hereby announce for re-election as county ]
congressman's suggestion that Hoover's picture my candtdacy ,
v'J \; 1910.( ) maktn the most noise, didn't VOTE in succeed myself as county Judge mlseioner.. District 3. 11 the vol"1
,, -. placed on the new three cent stamps is carried out, will it ,be \ \J\ .; "lAjring on Hands" for complaints last time and won't be QUALIFIED of Bradford county subject to the of my district re-elect, me of, I BPI*;J !
Democratic to continue to the people I
primary be
proper to call for a "Hoover prosperity stamp?" My Lucy kAi/ ; ,ttet cake especially In children, Is when they open the POLLS June 7. l 3t. This held announcement Tueaday. ford county give a faithful and errici"i[ I

Than any / A f"Q now taking.the place of Christian next June.My : Is made with a aecling that performance of the duties of thefive "": .
during the years In which F working always for the
o have
; I Unless ther\A/ \ kfrIJ, cCt1\pany, science, says an exchange. A served you as county Judge I have Interests. of he entire county )
> You guys who have had to drive the same old car since When he1 Aft'V"'t' N\ s">- o. mother cured her boy of the cigarette Idea of a REAL citizen Is rendered faithful. honest and effl J. U UNDEHHIL.UOt'TY -5-- J
habit with one doae. She laid the fellow that's all set and clent service to all and at all time )
the presidential election in 1928 should get a kick out of Presi. In such manner as to justify me a* (' CO.IIUIO.R-II.I.' .
My Junior \A<1 \J jll .C'. her left band on the boy's neck. QUALIFIED and who Is flxln to I see It In submitting my candidacy I hereby announce myself s c ': J
; dent Hoover's urgent request to buy a new car now. And eing \ \V''\r'w' # IJ5f Her right hand on one substantial VOTE and no foolln and the more to you for your consideration." I dldate for re-election ss COW"cotnmissiorer ,
earnestly solicit your support, and :>I'" .
o But when J\A fi."t'ie listening I slipper and then laid the slipper of 'em that get LIKE THAT the If again honored by being elected at I Hampton. Theressa from. and district orah", "", SI I,I .
He alway\\1\1' f ltllwro..,,,. where It would do the most good. better off we'll be your county judge I shall continue If re-elected will continue ti. f'',1 '
: A tax on legalized beer is'! proposed to furnish funds to i This treatment effected a cure and to render aervlce.faithful" Uexpertfully.honest and efficient the county the best ...rvlce.OUP Irapnble I

,. pay the veterans a cash bonus. Put another tax on illegal My setter VI \A bttJigeed I" relapse is not looked for.-From FINDS HUBBY HAS CJEOA, UARDINER I and. vote of.at the I solicit primary your June 7, .

And on ABut 1'1'V.1, r"t. news item June 24. 1910. ONE LEG; LEAVES n. W. HI ::- I
beer and whiskey to aid the veteran taxpayer whose financial I" At the request of friends. and due -
on a hptrib kJs brute An exchange advocates a plan Because her husband didn't tell consideration thereof, I hereby announce COl'\TY ('O""I".O'F.Jtr JI'*''i t

straits equal those of any veteran soldier. Just acts "lief< "I/k..* AfttJ SCIS.UrIei I whereby young Indies attending her he had a wooden leg before County my to the candidacy voters for of the Bradford office I hereby for,connty announce pomniis1trlit mvdldate -" a .

0- i' '()Af't1J'J""'. : church In the evening can register marriage Mrs. Helen Simon Leto of County Judge to I he. voted on In S. comprising Brooke. II I

: Wauchula Advocate tells of one reason why city taxes are I their names In the church vestibule Monday sought an annulment In the Oats June of University Primary. Law tt. lng!School a grad.and I,. flu River.. l performance If elected of I the proIwcI,dm I. j I

t.\I'\I\' I>, (IfW'"t... so that the young men who the civil district court New Ort "om. 11 ye"r" '" the Practice of law office I solicit and will I
high there-refusal of some taxpayers to pay their taxes At GreeJ\ .. tt "r. I I. a I are in the habit of lingering\ around leans. I feel fully qualified tn, serve you ai the support and vote of all ?*,JU'*' I II

for years and the balance of the property has to carry the contest on h 0 P\1'f'\ 'The\ three 1 the church door can see whether or t She set forth in her petition elect County me Judge.I promise It you that see you fit shall to I crate Rh. at the primary 0. W. ju'Ws.,

: load.( There is property in Starke on which taxes have not II.nnouncemVt; thi IfiCttl paper dot their best girl Is present and that she married Leto on March have unbiased honest. service.faithful I efficient and .' cc '
earnestly I ;
been paid foryears the are shortvl. \ 'f t1plJIlt.'\ The thui set a tbroubled brain at rest. 13, at 10:30: o'clock, discovered at licit your support and vote In the so date hereby for county announce,'onml..1, my' ,"..S,, j
owners are enjoying same privilegesas first anno'\l'-fi' f"' __ u fol Th plan would undoubtedly be a 11. he had a wooden leg and left primary, ., ,June Tth. mil.Respectfully. trlct 6, comprising I'.rouker 5'Itlusr. T *,a

the man who pays his' taxes and nothing is done about it lows j"To great convenience for a certain for Texas at 1 o'clock. If she had B. K. PJCHHYMAN.FOH continue. 1 If 1 re-elected my I dicer pr0 :, t

'! except raise the millage on those who will pay. If it Is' not VI' M "! clAas of young men and would known he: had a wooden leg she : county falthfuf a.d .trldenl' e (r.{ I
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necessary to pay taxes, then why should anyone have to ? Gre#\ 6Vk1\ f3lo v4tet*. J want work well in many; places.-News said she never would have mar- I hereby announce Assiesuoft myself a candi F and for mane will* always of the duties work of for ll<": J

pay the Job ag$1/, 14, gtus. Items 22 ;years ago. ried him.. date for the office of Tax Assessorof Interests of the county. O3TggX j 8
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