Bradford County telegraph
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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 15, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Address Here the The cly board of Starke-of bond met in trustees adjourned of- DURING MARC!! Share cf Funds JUNE PRIMARY Further urgAd Thursday economy-In In governmentwas a speech on Tuesday Night '

session with -
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-- pres- Federal News Bulletin Reviews the floor of the? house by Congressman 'j

(,ot) nmtorial Candidate Speaks In ent.A motion was made and carried Conditions. Throughout State Report in Error Concerning/ Failure OnlY white Democrats will bo R. A Green when he suggest- The
Stark and Lawtey the ed that the rollicking/ musical farce
of School head to Make I government discontinue j 11I
permitted to vote In the Demo '
Put Week-end that all orders for supplies of $50or : the practice of "Itcln Yourself nt the Stark..
less for the plant be approved Orlando, April 7.-Frosts, low Monthly Statement II cratic primary of Suns 7, accordIng furnishing automobiles Club auditorium under I.j
for the the auspices I
official use of cabinet -I ,
by at least one member of the temperatures nnd whipping winds to i I'n opinion of Attorney General of the j
Tons Hathaway, candidate for members and departmental of- \ Club promises \!
In the March 18th issue of the
board. caused great damage Florida Cary D. Landls' a of
Mr. Montieth to copy
was designated flclals. to be one of the bust
spoke In Starke last Frlmy The house was' consider- shows
governor. Telegraph a news story sent out I I ;il
was received
a committee for that crops duringMarch the Wednesday by
pur. ing the ever presented H the city In J
> night at the courthouse and from Tallahassee stating "Only 46 ,' appropriation bill. He said, manya
United Howard
States Rowton
pose. Orders for more than $50: to Department of Agri- Putnam county In part: day. .j
at Lnwtey held Saturday morning the he approved by at least two mem culture reported here today In Its counties participated in the distribution member of the state committee, Mr. Chairman about the middle Tho comedy is 'interspersed 1 with 1 ;1
meeting Friday night being of state school disbursed -
money from
crop news bulletin. i George R. McRory, secretaryuf of witty dialogues
attended citizens from this bers.A January after becoming morer funny situations I ,
well by oa March 9th" was carried.
motion was carried that the "North and Central Florida," the I the stnto Democratic executive ) less disgusted, with highly paid | r>nd surprising' climaxes, and In by '
section. Mr. Haulaway's speech Among the 21 counties not ,
committee.The .
xuperlntendent store report s-'ys suffered severely from far one cf the cleverest ,
government employees rid 1 i I I entertain-
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here was his thirty-second having fitting from the g i !
rooms at phnt so that Pll suppliesfor frosts anti low temperatures. Allbe"ns I bene-j attorney general held thatit around In limousines nnd other 'meats I ever written for the home :I
started his campaign in West Flor- the plant be separate from general watermelons cucumbers cording to this article, was was up to the state Democratic high-powered automobiles with talent tans, .1
da nod Is cow touring the central I\n.t tomatoes had to be I ford. The article was Executive committee to If colored '
; supplies. That the superintendent replanted.The say chauffeurs at the of tho cast has boon carefully s e" "
portion of the state In the Interest without consulting Supt. A, J. Grlf-1 expense i''
Irish potato In Democrats would be looted
the north- and
only have' access to the crop permit Federal government, I called with evorythlpg so well
",t his candidacy. ern of the fls as to !its correctness: although ted to vote in the Democratic upon in 'If 1
part fltqte
general supplies and that where was almost I pni- the cabinet officers to advise me as I hind the audience will enjoy every 1" ,
The former cnairman of the state material is delivered to customers\ ruined In some sections where the nfter it was published Mr. Grlftls' mary. Mr. McRory cited the action to the number of automobiles andchauffeurs minute of tho play. The play to ,,
highway commission stated that he duplicate tickets be made and one crop was at slightly over half ma stated it was an error, but as be'had 1! of the committee. which I used by their various being directed by Yvonne Page of ,.

was the only candidate for gover- copy be filed with the clerk. for turity. Damage In South Floridawas already received Bradford'spart *adopted the following resolution: I departments: owned by the government the Pngo-Plttman/ Producing Co.. '
nct with a definite and effective the: records.It rpotted. Manatee Dade Collier of the funds end deposited lOne It resolved by the state and operated by government Atlanta. She brings a trunk full
plan for reducing taxes. lIe stated was further ordered that an Lee and Hlllsborough counties them, it was not thought worth- Democratic executive committee of expense. These gentlemen, nearlyall beautiful costumes, which adds I I'' i If'If'of
that he would reduce taxes by cut- Inventory of all supplies on hand escaped with little damage, while while to correct the mistake. the state of Florida; of them, replied courteoulyand beauty to the fast moving play. \ '
ting In half the present tremendous be made at once and that such inventories Palm Beach, Hardee. Indian River I However, certain persons are usIng "That the terms and conditionson promptly.The The Woman's Club Is sponsoring J' 't. 3' ,
and inexcusable cost of state gov- be made quarterly in the and Hendry counties suffered .se. I this article as a basis of attack which the legal electors shall be results were about as alarming the production in an effort to raise \ ,. ;
ernment. He advocates the abolishment future and the necessary records vere damage to all crops." i upon Supt. Griffia. in that because declared and taken as proper : aa I had anticipated. What I money for civic noiids, and they are ::1', "
of county officers fee system made so that It\: will be impossibleat A complete wipe out of snap !of his supposed failure to make the members of the Democratic partyof am about to sny I direct to both depending on the public to lend a 1 "
and the placing of all county officers all times to ascertain Just what beans In the central and northern I monthly attendance report, schools Florida, shall be as follows: skies of the aisle. The Republican helping hand by coming out next 1\I;I: ,,1' ,
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on a straight salary basis according materials are on hand.It parts of the state necessitating: replanting -I of the county were not receiving "First: That they shall be white party In the last 12, 14, or 16 years Tuesday night and have the auditorium 'I 11I1\ It' !of''
to population of counties was further ordered that un- ,. was reported. "A few i 1 their share of the funds from the i persons. has pyramided governmental expenses filled to its capacity when ;,'l L,' '
;and the amount of work to be per- til further notice the superintendent acres got by at Pompano," said the ,' state, the distribution In question "Second: That they believe In the up to as high In some Instances curtain Is drawn at 8:15.: ;" 1'
formed, restricting the number of discontinue house wiring. Ills report, issued by J. C. Townsend being made on Mprch 9th. Investl- principles of the Democratic party as 400 or 500 percent. Even Tickets are now on sale by members S.r. ,{: 1
employees in each office likewise .utea( to be confined to the plant S r., truck crop estimator for the 1! "Uon of records 1A Superintendent and will support 'and vote for the the White House expenses grew of the club and chorus girls. '.t 1bli:1'1'the ;
fixing: their salaries. He would and distribution.The department. Heavy movement of Griffls' office show the following: nominees of an.UI party In the en- from some $300,000 when Wllaon Price of admission 23c for all ,,
mbralt to the legislature a definite board revised the rates for leans from Sanford Center Hill, ,I The apportionment of funds by 1 "uln\! general election. was/ president to more than half a school children; 40o for adults. \ I jJ t:
und specific, program for the elimination electric current Tnn.1clni all bills and other preas was forecast for the state WPS made March 9th. The i! "Third: And that such electors( !I million dollars the first :*>ar of I C..t of Characters .j. 1 ; B'
and consolidation of useless I net without the discount as prev- May 1. The bean acreage In the warrent cohering tho amount due i -re registered as Democrats nc- President Hoovers administration.: ) Martha: Wcntworth Grace : ;
Ad expensive judicial circuits. lIe louqly arranged. Dills to be paid state was estlmtted at 14,000 acres Bradford county was mailed from cording to the provisions of the Even though the Republicans are Wulmvrlght. ,,1\I1' '
Would abolish the Fresh Water by the 10th of the month or other- 4000 less than last year. j'Tallahassee March 18th and received laws of Florida A. D., 1913." renponslblu; largely, in fact almost John Gordon---T. A. Lelfcld. \)\II, \ \, '
Ctsn. and Came Department and wise discontinued. The rece-st cold weather killed in StnrUe March 10th. A deposit I 4-- cntlroly for the present deficit In ; Polly Aclnlr-.FJllaabeth: Boring. I 1.' ...
the Shell Finn Commission and : The following rates were approved the entire North and Central Florida slip bearing date of March I Canal Survey Party the treasury and for tho reckless i Allen Jacknon--Dr. R. W. Mar ,Ii \ \ ."
place the enforcement of all fish : cucumber acreage, Townsend 10th showed the amount paid squandering of Federal funds for' tin. ,"'j l'' "
and game laws under the sheriffs I' 1 KW to 23: KW, 13 1-2c net. said. Shipments BOW are light I' Bradford county was deposited In I Reaches Hinh Sprlnnst the lust ninny years, I desire to June Weatworth-Thelma 8UOOJt. .: :j ,. .
of lbs various counties. eliminating 26< KW to CO KW, lie. but harvesting from replanted the Bank of Starko by Supt. Grlf fls sny that my DemocratIc colleagues : ))0 '.
scores of useless and unnecessary 01 KW to 100 KW 8 l-2c. areas will start about May 15. to credit of the school fund. Over Middle Route I could have done more in thin bill Harry Dean.--C. H. Noahworthy. j.\\\\ '
game wardens and the propagation All over 100 KW Cc. Townsend estimated the Irish In connection with this matter I toward economy, and I hope that Grace West-Dot Alvarez. 45, \ \,1
of all fish, oysters and game The power rate was fixed at 7c. potato crop this year at 73 bushels Mr GriffH stated Wednes- Civilian KngltMNTlnir Party Now at they will even yet further reduce Ross Howard--Billy Graham. :.Iil j if: ) ,
conservation he would place under The minimum charge for electricity an acre from 21,600 acres as compared day: "I wna In Supt. Cawthon's office High I'In..lniO'-"If'C'nnd' Party unnecessary expenditures They Doris Reynolds-Loin Adkins. 1'.I>r{
the Department of Agriculture. was not changed. with 132 bushels an acre prior to March 9th and Informed to Make Test of Terrain have greatly reduced the number Donald Winters-O. Kirk Lewis. 1 ,,,0\
Tha speaker also advocated the from 27,000 acres In 1931. The I him that all schools In the coun- of Federally owned and used automobiles Castorla Johnson Edna Hart. "I" J
DR. PARKS RECOVERING estimated low ty had closed except Rising which For this I congratulate Alimony Brown-Charles Pen.* I \ "
transfer of the duties of the expensive yield, the report High' "flnrlngs, April 9.-J. W
Motor Vehicle Depart- said, Is due to frost and low tern->i had to close for four weeks on account Plalr' civilian ensrlner In charge ofa them and hope for further econ- don. ,
ment back to the Comptroller's office Dr. W. B. Parks Is recovering peratures In the Hastings and LA- !, of measles! rod the Bradford party making the survey for the omies at their hands. IllInlst-.Ethel Griffin. J '

where they were performed before from an attack of Influenza, diagnosed crosse sections. There was very '! High School wjsi.li opened two j proposed crn s-at-te ctn"l- is this The president, cabinet members, Hperlulllea j .),,
the present department was by the Riverside Hospital little damage In South Florida I'j months ofter the rural schools of, week m"kinflr High Springs his nnd other high governmental official Main Chorus: Marjorie Stump, J' \j
created by the 1!>legislature and physicians as the worst type since Dade and Collier counties have the county." 'Ihendouartrrs fa traverse and eleva- may well. In this emergency, Margaret William, Peggy TurnI'I "
under his program the county automobile the epidemic of 1017. passed their peak In tomato movement I Rather then causing schools of I 1'Inn figures are bring establishedfor emulate the example of our presiding bull, Lillian Stcrnbcrg, Vera. Claire "f
tag agents duties would The doctor had not been well for the report said, but will con- the county to lose because of his the route which starts at New officer our own distinguished Robinson, :Martha (Powell Kitty :, \.
ha taken over by the county tax several weeks prior> to this attack, tinue to ship some tomatoes until tardiness records In the county su- River, passes closo to Ralford. iponkor and say, "No government Hogsad Patsy Brlnson, MlldrtxlHundley. 'IVE ;
.Electors, who would Issue auto- but dates. this contact with flu to the first of May. Droward's heaviest ; perintendent's office would Indicate FtnrkurL"ki! PuMer High Springs, no Individual( shall furnlnh me I '1
mobile tags at little or no expense nome' tourist patients that stoppedby shipment Is under way now. I that Supt. Griffls has been using thence to the Gulf bv way" of Santa transportation" ; I will furnish, my Junior Chorus: Betty Green, :: ', !
a the automobile owners. his office for treatment and not The tomato acreage):\ In other I every effort to maintain the stand- F'e> and Suwannee rivers and cutoff own. Margaret Pearce, Pansy, Cone "1 '1i *;. \
TJie banking situation was also by contact with any local patients. Florida counties was put at 13.800 ard of county schools for full terms Why not eliminate nil automobiles Mary LouIsa Dyal. Lucy Ann Dew, ,f.t!. ''j''I, I)
'nuched' upon by the speaker.!! He Doctor Parks has used every by Townsend as compared with and has succeeded, in spite cf the I If'ct "I Starting the survey at Ralford except trucks actually needed DosliJa Smith Jimolta Barefoot : .j /
anted thnt he was In favor of the precaution to protect his patients 15,400 list year. Frost and high I I receipts of his office from taxpayers 'in' March 21..t, the engineering and economically used ? Why Margaret Lowry l1JuI" Pearce, j
and the from the of have been cut than under Mr. Flair has jhoulJ the taxpayers furnish automobiles Clarice Gill Jewell :
establishment of a banking department public spread winds damaged the Palm Beach, more < party mode Gaasett, VIr- I:::,
tinder a bonking! commissioner this type of influenza, and state areas CO per cent. | ten thousand olirs! yearly. Close font progress. In slightly less than and chauffeurs for high- glum Fugata Francis Peek, Willie i \ .,II i ,
with stringent laws to protect Tuesday that his condition isrreatlv Watermelons were killed by cold study and careful financing on the 10 days a point directly north of salaried federal employees. T Why Mao Thornton, Carol White, Doris :. :1
the depositors. The former Chair < improved and he hopes to weather In nearly all sections ofj I part of the superintendent and the j I this city on the Santa Fe river was tihouM they thus flaunt their arrogances Silcox, Annie A. Thornton Gloria ',.I, <'!
school board be in the reached. Little In the : In the faces! of a tax-bur Johns, Eunice;; Williams "
difficulty Myrtice ,
be in his office In a few days. I the state and the acreage was re- can seen
man of the Highway Commission
18 In favor of the gasoline j C planted. The crop report said the I II fact that Bradford schools operatedfor I I form of swamp or brush held up cloned a1 tux from reducing to five cents and IMPORTANT DECISION first melon cuttings would be about their full terms this year whenso the work It advancing ahead of I see In: this bill, for Instance, in I Fugata, Eula Mao Dyal. I
the reduction seven of automobile license AFFECTING ELECTION June 15 In the north and central/ 1 many Florida counties have had schedule.In. the board of Tax Appeals Appropriation I Junior Chorus, Group 2: Betty
parts of the state while some shipments 'to curtail their school activities. I In estimation of the chief an item for utreet-car Btrlngfelow. Florence Mersereau, I
tngs at least 30 percent and the repeal Tallahassee April 8.-Attorney were expected from South 4- 'another 20 to 30 days will see the fare. I see an item In the bureauof Ruth Wyman Thelma L'Etta Cor- '
of the 25 percent penalty General Cary D. Lftndls today ad- Florida about May 19.: party at the western end of the ca- efficiency of $150 for street-car ponlng Carolyn Green Doris.
clause: and is also In favor of the vised a Dade county election official Governor Roosevelt nil project. Of this time at least fare. How many of you gentlemen Kruue, Geraldine Silcox, Jacqueline "1 j '
abolishment of the poll tax. that candidates for office who This report was the last' to be Issued I I and probably 14 days of thin have your street-car fare paid* Andrew Sarah Sewoll, Lou- ,

Mr. Hathaway also advocated will be elected at the June primary from Orlando this season. Says 1'0 will find the party working How many of you gentlemen would. Iso Stem, Carolyn Keen riolno: / i
the abolishment of the Hotel Commission need not tile statements of campaign Others will come from Washingtontwice from this city. even accept a government automobile Hayes.

and the enforcement of erpenses.State a month. Townsend has The nation or state which is unwilling -I Mr. Blair with his party of 11 with a chauffeur to drive you Tiny Tot Chorus: Ida Lulu Davis '
sanitary laws and regulations InvOlving laws require candidatesfor moved his headquarters to Martins by governmental action to men here li actually In charge of here and there at government expense Marjorie Davis Patsy Kane, ,
hotels. restaurants and I office who are nominated at Point S. C., for the next five fprklo:: new problems caused by all preliminary survey work in I T Let them furnish their own Betty Jo KewcII Sara Barefoot, c

hoarding houses to be placed in the tho primaries to file such statements months. Immense Increase of populationand North Florida i,?d South Oeorg-li automobile and pay their own Wlmberly, Elise Green I IFreddy
I hinds,. of the State Board of Health,I but this rule does not applyto -4 the astounding studios of modern for the war department. Another Jrlvers. Margaret Strlngf llow, Francis Aldorninn .
'1 thus eliminating hordes of in- those who actually are elected in UNINJURED ACCIDENT science Is bended for a decline pnrty under an asnNtnnt i Is mapping I My friends, our government Is Melbn' Strlngfelolw, PeeWee !- i
pectors, supervisors and directors the primaries the attorney gen- and ultimate death from inaction. the other or northern routeor staggering under the orgy of unnecessary Green, Betty Hayes, Betty r

md other useless employees; the eral's opinion: stated. :Mrs. Alice Langford escaped S S S alternative canal course. Prollmlnnrv expenditures Invoked by McKao: Patsy Wainwright, Joe Andrews -
e tpense of the inspection service 4 with only alight bruises Tuesday The phrase "the best govern- traverse and:l elevation the Republican party. We even III OUn White, George F.
to be paid from the constltutlon- USES 316 TONS FERTILIZER when the car turned over three ment is the least governm/nt"! is a linen of this letter are said to be find that chauffeurs are employed E'lytrn Comer Perryman C. B.Hayea 1

I tax BOW levied for public health. tlnvsi the Brooker road the! sound phrase but It applies onlyto wuallv! aa fir ahead as they are in from oclock In the afternoon un- Granville Lewis Junior ,
Bradford county used 316 tons on near the simplification of governmenj j the projected channel of Interest til 12 o'clock at night. What cabinet liar Icy, Bobby Blg -s. Lyle Ander-
<'ONT;/ >ITCTINO SPECIAL of fertilizer during the month of Southern Railway crossing the tal machinery and to the prevention -. here. I i official or bure"u chief has Hun inou: I lay en. Sonny Peek.
INVESTIGATION INTO March according to the report Issued car being practically undamaged.Mrs. : .of Improper Interference with ; business with a chauffeur to drive 4 i '
A proposed $200 000 project itsundertekIng. e
off the rood
DISEASES OF POTATOES by the Inspection bureau, department Langford pulled the legitimate activities of the citi I him. around In his el"Rnnce: : splendor WITHDRAWS FROM CE
to allow another car to pans and preliminary work ,I, I
social ,
The and the
of agriculture. report zcns. pomp during
Gainesville, .&prUhl.-Dr, A. II.EdIns showed consumption by other cut back too quIckly. causing it to S survey, tent borings, and assemblyof i hours of the nIght timer Do they To the Democratievoters of the 14
accumulated data la matter of
:: associate) plant pathol- counties In this section to be as turn over. The accident was wit Any uncontrolled monopoly of a work during these hours T 15th Senatorial District: 1t
Andrews of months sad! :! even years. Generally
ogist located at the Hasting field follows: Atacbua 271;Baker, 135; nessed by :Mr. Wince necessity' of 11/4'attaclca. the basic Would you he surprised to know !
Lake Butler, who brought !,{rlJ. conceded aa a necessity In view of I take this means of telling you 4 "
laboratory, established In 1923 for Clay. 43; Columbia, 163; Duval right of every one of our citizensto they are paying chauffeurs for !
to the
the '
inter-connecting system
that I will not be a candidate for
to Starke.
the investigation of the diseases of 341; Putnam 238; Union 144. Total Langford 4 competitive purchase and equal north end west, Gulf and Atlantic working from 12 o'clock mlgnlght state senator at the primary held '
P-tatoes was in Gainesville recently tonnage for the state used dur- opportunity. sections, yet this Is not a finished until 8 o'clock In the morning? I Juno 7th.
for a conference with plant path- ing March was reported at 23,029: WORKMAN ON "HIGH S S S merely a test on which to wonder why la the world they need I I
survey It was desire to serve ,
ologlsts located at the main! experiment tons. LINE BADLY INJURED The state is the duly constituted base authentic and chauffeurs during the wee!! small/ my you ,
figures on
I In this capacity at the next session ,
station and to lay out experimental 4 representative of aa organized so-! which to base an ultimate course. hours of the morning? This In not "
of the legislature. because I wished :
plots at Lacrosse where he St. Petersburg Florida Crushed "clety of human being. created I out In the field service hut It Is In
1 Is While testing switches on the Aa natural under the circum. to complete some of the work that '
investigating the cause of brown i Stone Co.. recently received by them for their mutual protection the District of Columbia. ShouldIt
rut of) 66,000 volt lines at the Florida stances Mr. Blair did not disclose my late husband! Senator Johns, '
potatoes which has been I contract to supply 10,000 tons and well-being. continue?
causing heavy losses to the crushed stone for construction of Power & Light Company's transformer S C any of his findings reserving this had begun, and because I felt that .
grow-I station just east of the data for his superiors and the war at this particular time I could be of
erlS in that locality. This branch home of Veterans' Administration America has not lost her faithIn The Sub-Committee of the House! i
city limits Thursday. "Sandy"Chaplin department. As far aa local and some benefit to the 15th district.
second year that these experiments Hospital here. ideals-Idealism Is of her veryheart' Judiciary Committee recently reported :
navo been foreman of the gang general conditions were concernedwe However. I do not feel that I am
in progress and Dr. Ed-I blood. the bill for terms of Federal
dins is in hopes of obtaining vnlu- working out of Palatka received S S draw from his more or lens enthusiastic Court at Orlando, Florida, but refused -i either physically or financially able 1
able information in the near future serious Injuries when a step ladder The most striking and important replies that the line he to abolish! existing terms of to enter into a strenuous cam
r'ting' to the control ot this very [With The Candidates I he was carrying came In contact difference between the civilization in running is the logical one for a I court at Fernanciina!! and! Ocala. paign. '
s'Pious: trouble. I with the overhead test line. He ;jf today and the civilization of yesterday canaj. The department!! of Justice bad To my friends who have been so '

He reports that the dry winterc was given first aid treatment by I is the universal recognition 4 I recommended that the terms of lOYAl. I wish to express my deepest 4 .
: "Plea with the recent cool weather Dr. W. E. Middleton of Starke, Dr. Middleton and immediately that the first duty: of a state, and PICNIC AT LONG BRIDGE Ocala and Fernandlna be abolished appreciation and unlimited gratitude I
n-is been a bad combination for announces in this Issue for state j rushed to St. Vincent's Hospital I by that I mean a government Is to I If terms were to be established at til ,
l". beat growth of a potato crop. senator from Bradford and Union ) Jacksonville. protect the welfare: of the citizens Plans are betnj completed for a Orlando. Congressman R. A. Green THCLMA JOHNS. f I
--- counties. Mrs. Thelma Johns hav-j The crew had been engaged In of that state. bnsket picnic and political speaking; appeared before the committee and I -4-, I' ''i t'
BttOOKER STORE BURNS ing withdrawn from the .J testing\ the overhead bank of S .. S at Long Bridge on Thursday, May I argued that terms of court had Fort Myers-Bids to be asked
--- announced In a news item in another switches during the morning when One of the first duties of good 19th. The completed program of I been held at Fernandlna and Ocala April 13 for construction: of proposed -
sire at 3 a. Thursday destroyed column. Chaplin carrying the ladder walked citizenship Is to sustain the American events will be announced later. for many\ years and were necessary post office building.that .
the Shriver store at Brooker, I Another new candidate comes In I I eneath the swinging wire. The instant prinlclples of justice. -__4Mr. _-- and should be retained and submit I __
Wording: to reports coming to :as county commissioner from district the ladder made contact It 1, .. R. W. :Martin: and son. BOt ted evidence: to sustain his position. : little expense should be involved ml
wrko later in the day. Building : 3, South Starke, Mallory was torn In two pieces by the high I burned his left arm and both legs. 'fby, returned home Saturday from H. said that Orlando was locatedIn because court quarters would be 'r
&JIll tock were totally destroyed, Thomas announcing for the office t'voltage current and courting thru '1p1ln's The grass beneath his feet waa i 1, Pulaski, Tenn.. where they had a large population center with furnished locally and that terms of h"

with France to partly cov.... now held by J. L Underbill. ': body to the ground badly burned brown. spcntMvera months. |considerable necessary litigation I court should be granted Orlando. ,


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RALPH COX, Sports Editor CLEO SHEPARD: Exchange Editor

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

LOUISE EDWARDS, Literary Editor e +o CD MARY PEARCE, Sophomore Reporter

MIRIAM JACOBS, Joke }Editor JACK BRADLEY, Freshmen Reporter


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t5 ,' 1031 FOOTBALL SEASONAt 1932 BASKETBALL REVIEW I One more week and we will all or about three gallons per capita.

S Boys and girl\ we now presentfor I I HISTORY OF THE SENIORS '31, "At the end of the Rainbow" part, for on April 26th the doorsof I I I The Increased 'consumption of Ice:

hue last time this season, "LessRobinson" the beginning of the 1931 sea Boys We They '32, Stunt Night '32. old B. H. S. will close for wrest. I cream Is entirely desirable, as It 1*
t i In his weekly feature ofnOlUen son seven letter men of past years L"ke Butler _________.__ IS 14 Activities of four months. not only an aid to the dairy Industry -
Macclennv ____ 11 13 Lorene Green We, the Bradford High Journal but also is in the
; e. ThU is Snoop Mu Goop reported for practice. They were ----- Elizabeth Wllllnm. interest of
II announcing. Ben Sternberg, Ortho Matheny, Lake Butler _________ 12 8 Basketball 29, '30, 31, 32, Glee Staff, hope you have enjoyed our better nutrition and consequently

g Hello boys and girls, this Is Less Lester Price Robinson, Ralph Cox, Macclenny ..__-___ 8 11 ''31--32 Etiquette, basketball Club '28 31,, "End Volley of ball the 'Club''29, '30, '31, '32. Stunt Night school news for the past eight of good health.

h Robinson speaking. My story tonight Henry MaRt Mac Davis and Eld- Cedar Keys _________ 4 28 Rainbow" '32 librarian 30, 31, Etiquette Club '31, Dramatic months. We have tried to keep --S---
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,; f la one rm aura you have redge Robinson. After three weeksof Alachua -; 4 24 Club' 31, "At -the end of the you informed on the happenings CHAPEL

,y hea before, "Atlantas Rice." This hard practice the first gameof Lake Butler _________. 25 15 Herbert Steven. Rainbow" 32. out our way. PROGRAM
Ate 4 story bas been handed down from the season was played with Lake I Entered B. H. S. this term. Activities Victor Thomas We wish to thank the Bradford -

e' year to year by my forefathers, Butler. This game was easily won I 'JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET -"End of the Rainbow" President of Junior High Assembly County Telegraph for the space March-Bunnle Canova.
13-0 Cox and Rob- I __ 32, Stunt Night '32. '29 Stunt Night '28 '30 given in its for our Devotional-Mrs. Perkins.Announcements
;a, slightly exaggerated each time, but by the score of Glee paper paper; .
:I will endeavor to give you my version inson scoring the touchdowns. The The Juniors, last Friday night, Melba' \ SliroxGlee Club '29, '30, basketball '31, foot- we also wish to thank the linotype -Mr. Dowling,

t't ,y in an up-to-date manner under second game played was with entertained.the Senior! with a dinner Club' 29-30-31-32, Etlquet- bU 30, "Jerry of Jerrico Road" operator for his patience hi settingup Days of Youth-School
up-to-date conditions. Chlefland, which ended 7-0 for and dance. This affair was te Club 31, Newspaper Club '32, '91. Etiquette Club '31, Dramatic our news. To Mrs McLendon, Butterflies-Senior Glee Club.

t Now it to me like the Starke, Robinson' scoring.! The first held in the Woman's Club house, Stunt Night '29V30-31. "Love Pirates Club '31. our sponsor, we are grateful for Reading-Dorothy Smith.
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Boll and decorated attractively of HAwaii" 30, "Engaged by her patience In okeying our non Vocal Solo
girlie's name was Atlanta the first game played on foreign I which was very ttaipn Cox -"Pagan Love Song
cousin of Sherman, you rememberthe which was lost was In Live Oak. with a color scheme of pink, Road"Wednesday"' 31. Jerry of Jerico Glee Club '29. '30, '31. Stunt sense. --Good Night Sweetheart" An.

i march through Georgia by The score stood 25-7, Cox scoringthe :dad green. The tables were arranged '32. 31, "End of the. Rainbow" Night '28, '29. '30 31, football '29, Until September, we leave you. ale Laura Tucker.

Sherman to see his cousin, Atlanta. only touchdown for Starke. In cabaret style, and the) '"0, '31, captain of basketball team May the next Journal staff keepup "When the Banjoy Plays," "Our

Well-anyway Atlanta was a dizzy Next came an old rival Fernan- places were marked with dainty Football Ben team Strrnhnrg' "12, basketball' team '30, '31, president the good work. Own School"-Junior Glee Club.
dlna, who was defeated S3-0, Stern- place cards. Horns and poppers 29-30-31-32, cap- -EdItor and Staff. March.
,' 44 looking bloke, who was the state tain of football of class 32, "At the end of the .
Cox Robinson and Mast scoring were used for favors. team 31, basket ..
champion for the two hundred berg, ball '30-31-32 Rainbow" 32, "Engaged by Wed- -
liter race. It seems to me Atlanta touchdowns. On the following During the courses, Miss Hope Club ', Latin Club 31, Etiquette lesday" '31. ORIGIN OF ICE CREAM CREAM PUFFSBen
.l bad a lot of beaus around Friday, High Springs was played Haynes, president of the Junior 31, Stunt Night 28 Louise Edward -
a' her home all the time and Atlan on the home field to a rough class' toasted the Seniors and Mr. '29 32. 30, 31, "End. of the Rainbow" Glee Club. '29, president of the Attempts to trace the origin of (struggling In water)

,, K ta's pay didn't like\ it a bit so he and tumble scoreless tie. The Ralph Cox, president of the Senior Lester class '30, '31, Stunt Night '29 "En- Ice cream have been generally Inconclusive "Help! I can't swim! Drop me a
a< ups and makes a declaration that powerful Lake City team invadedthe class made the response to the\ Juniors Glee Club> 'Price' Robinson gaged Wednesday" '31, "At the ; the invention or discovery line!"

all those who went around with home field on the next: Friday Miss Melba Silcox read the ,'28 29 30, Stunt Night' end of the Rainbow" '32, Etiquette of this popular dish being Mr. Dowling (from the deck)
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her would have to out run or out I and defeated the Bradford team last will and testament of the Seniors. 31, Etiquette 'Club 30, Club" '31. attributed to various nations and "Yes, yes, and suppose you write

drink her, I forget which, so I'll by the score of 200. Alachua was bill Tngaged'29 '30 by'Wednesday" 30, foot- periods. But ice cream, or some me a line too."
Just say outrun. Well anyway next In line; this game also endedIn Nine girls of the Sophomore 31, treasurer of class SENIOR PLAY thing closely akin to It, has been -
5' there was a catch in it somewhere, a scoreless tie. Then came the class served the dinner: Lois 30, 31, Editor' In Chief of.B. H. S. traced as far back as the middle of Herbert: "Can you see any
Journal 32
"t ," because if they lost they would close victory over Trenton 7-6, and Long, Lois Adkins, Kitty Hogsed, S. Journal Junior reporter B. H. "At the End of the Rainbow" the sixteenth century, when it was change in me?" 1

t > { have to suffer for it. on the following Friday a close defeat Murla Weeks, LuU Redgrave, 31. Story Introduced Into France from Italy. Ben: "No. Why?"

r .r The first tried It, be lost, so the of 13-12 at the hands of the Georgia Haynes, Dorothy Rltch, Football Ortho Matheny' The scenes of the play are located By 1630, it is said, an enterprising Herbert: '>! just swallowed fifteen .
old man asked him what business Jasper eleven, Cox and Mast scoring Martha Brownlee and Thelma team 29, 30, 31, basketball in a college town. The studentsare Sicilian had established the cents.
team '
f,,{' be was in. The boy told him he for Starke. The final game of Priest. 81, 32, Debating practicing for a football game Cafe Procope in Paris, where ice -
Club 31 '
S was in the saw business, so the old the season played on Thanksgivingwith Those enjoying this occasion basball team 31, 32, alternate with a rival college team and cream was the special delicacy. It Willie: "He cleaned up a fortune
,I man sawed off his big toe. Wllllaton, was lost by the were members of the Junior and captain football team '31. much Interest In the outcome Is became known in England and in crooked dough."

The second tried it, he lost also. score of 7-0. This was the final Senior classes, :Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Henry Mast shown! It develops that Douglas Germany much later, and was Patsy: "Counterfeiter?"
The old man asked him what business I game for Sternberg, Matheny, Cox, Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs. H. B. Football' team 29, 30, 31, baseball Brown, a football expert from an- probably not introduced into Willie: "No, pretzel manufacturer -

f J he was in. The boy told him Lester Price Robinson and Mast as McLendon, and Mr. S. S. Dowllng. the team 31, Latin' Club '31, "Endof other college is In town on business, America until about the time of
) the file business. So the old man they finish high school this year. An orchestra directed by Leo 32. connected with his father's estate, : the Revolution.The -
'' filed off his big toe. Won 4, lost 4, tied 2. Kitchen furnished music for the Gordon Wadsworth' and to distract attention enters I first advertisement of Ice Miss Florence: "What does it

The third and last prepared for dance. Rainbow"Stunt Night' 31, "End' of the this college. Phyllis. has Induced I cream appeared In New York on I mean here by seasoned troops?"

r the race. He was the crowd's hero. 1931 FOOTBALL REVIEWWe ,. Club 32'31.rti'eivn football 31, Etiquette him to consent to play with the I June 8, 1786, but It was not servedIn Ralph: "Mustered by the officers

a The night before he went down They SHEAR NONSENSEI team at the request of the ca.p-I Washington untU nearly half a and peppered by the enemy."

',i Hogwallow Avenue, Lawtey, toFinklebaum'n Lake Butler _____________ 13 0 Mtumo! tain, a love romance being created I century later, when Mrs. Alexander -
Pawn Shop and borrowed Chlefland _____.._____ 7 0 had by mules under the mattress Stunt Night '29, '30, '31, Glee thereby. Hamilton used it as a dessert at a Beverly: "If a man smashed a

er, the three brass balls. When Live Oak ______________ 7 25 and the bed got an awful Club, '28, 'SO: '31, '31, basketball' Robert Preston, a lawyer, sec I dinner given for President Jack clock would he be convicted for
4 { the day of the race dawned on the Fernandina _._____.>._ 33 0 kick out of it. '?8. '2<). ':30, '31, vice-president retly loves Marion Dayton, his son, The wholesale ice cream business killing time."

'J fR people, many had slept in the High Springs .........__. 0 0 I scream, vlass '32, Newspaper Club, '31. '32, ward, and she reciprocates. He in I I wan originated by Jacob Fus- Ortho: "Not if the clock struck
grandstand all night to be sure of a Lake City _____________ 0 20 You scream, assistant' editor B. II. S. Journal trusts the combination of his safe I sell of Baltimore in 1851, and met first.

.front seat The race began with Alachua __.__.._..__ 0 0 We all scream ''S2.' Literary editor '31, "Jerry of to her and: tells her of a packet of immediate success.In .

yY r t 1 :Atlanta's paw chawing skeered- Trenton _____..____. 7 6 For cold. cream. Trice' Ro"" '31, "Love Pirates in important paper lying therein. Louise recent years the use of Ice <>--- .. __

Tn, like, on a Virginia Cheroot. Atlanta Jasper _______-____12 13 Hawaii" '29, "En al'ed! bv Wed Rosa and her mother, Mrs. cream has been Increasing with
(, got off on a good start with Williston ..._....._ 0 7 She must have been a butcher's nesday" 31, "End of the Rainbow" Brown, stepmother of Douglas, amazing rapidly, until its production Say it with Flowers

1. Slewfoot a close second running daughter, because she sure madea .'32, llbrarlon '31, '32. learn that a second will disinherit. has almost reached the proportions ... l _

neck and neck then all of sudden Total points ____________79 71 ham out of me. Patsy Brlnnon!! ing them has been found and Is of a major: industry, being
; I a> gold colored ball fell out and Glee Club W,SO" 31, '32 Stunt among the papers in Preston's safe. nearly 350: million gallons yearly, Flowers For All
rolled across in front of Atlanta, story is "All that glitters Is not I wish I had a thousand bricks Night '28, '29, 30, '31, basketball They plot to obtain posesslon of

fi she thinking It was gold followed it gold. As my announcer has told To build my chimney higher team '28. '29, 30, '31, captain of the documents at a mask ball given Preston's attention through the exposure OccasionsGERTRUDE
vou this is my last story this season To keep my neighbor's cats and basketball team '31, Dram..tlcClub by Marlon. Louise wears a costume of Louise's duplicity, he discovers .. .
across the green Into the sand trap -
-he didn't tell you why. Well, dogs '31, president of Dramatic identical with that of Marion's, de. that he loves her and their
i where the caddy her a mash-
,a, le, pardon me folks gave, strike out that I will, you see it's just like this the From spitting on our fire. Club '31, "Jerry of Jerrico Road" ceives Preston, learns from him the dream pot of gold at "the end of GODBEYANDEItSON
manufacturers are taking theirmicroppone '31 combination of the safe obtains the rainbow" is realized.
last sentence. Well Atlanta "At the End of the Rainbow" happily
1'i anyway back because of failureto Ashes to-ashes '32, "Love Pirates in Hawaii" '29, the papers by the aid of Jack Aus-
the ball and ran
picked up pay the last four installments.As Dust to dustIf society editor B. H. S. Journal '32 tin; unaware of the fact that the SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Phone 39 Waldo. Fla
Slewfoot who the
After was near
Willlle would say It: Ju, ju, ju, it wasn't for Trig '
has been removedby
treasurer of original packet
u class 29, secretary of
; half mark. She him :Friday 25, 1932 8 o'clock p. m.
gallon caught
47 p just Lees. My brain would rust. class '30, vice-president of class Preston and other documents Admission 25c 35c -. __-....... ---e
j boys and girls. When she was Just and have I_______ & ___
Boys girls you just '31, librarian '31, '32. substituted. The "Imp a girl stu- _. u
about to pass him again, another listened to the last of a series of :My girl was all right tell she developed Iln Sponholtz dent, sees and recognizes her, -- --- -

', p ball fell out Well the act was just nonsense stories as related by Less eye trouble (eye want this, Etiquette '31. Glee Club '29, '30, Preston enters and recognizesJack :;t

r a rrpitlon of the third; then another -. Robinson over station B. H. S. eye want that.) '31, '32, Stunt Night '29, '30. who is assisting Louise in the 1X1FLORIDP
P ( ball fell, which was just a
d repetition Due to the haste of the Installment Louise Walter\ belief that she Is Marlon, and convinced -
of the second. When Atlanta collector, we will have to sign Mary had a little lamb Entered B. H. S. in '31, "At the :. that Jack meditates rob-

c recovered the last ball she saw off. This Station B. II. S. broadcasting 'Twas feeling mighty free; end of the Rainbow" '32, Glee Club bery, unbralds him. Marlon enters "THE YEAR-ROUND PLAYGROUND"
Slewfoot crossing the line. on a wave length of 668 2.3 Fed it a stick of dynamiteAnd '32. and comprehending the situationas

11 Atlanta's paw asked Slewfoot C. R. C.'s with a power of .360 blew it to eternity.She Beverly Cady she fancies, she shields Jack by

fi What business he was In. "Lollypop amperes, bv permission of The Vice-president, of the class '29, assuming the guilt. Her InnonenceIs HOTEL LEAMINGTON"MIAMI'S I

i ai business, come on paw and be a Huge Conference of 1492. must have been an electric- flee Club '29 '80 '31, '32, Stunt finally established by the "Imp,"
7 sport"Boys Goodnight, this is Snoop Mu ''an's daughter because she gaveme Night '28, '29 Newspaper Club '32, who exposes Louise. Meanwhile MOST POPULAR HOTEL"
,l It Itr and girls the moral of this Goop announcing. a powerful shock. Etiquette Club '31.Etholiu Douglas wins the game for the N. E. 1st St. & 3rd Ave.

---' ----- -- White' team and rclalzes he loves Phyllis, YEAR ROUND RATES

; SCHOOLDAYS DWIG- Etiquette Club '31, NewspaperClub but when he learns that she has
$?.00 $'.50- x.00-5 i "I'!
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32, Stunt Night 28, Glee trifled with him, be cool
Club '29, 30, '31, '32 volley ball '31, This, however, passes away and $3.00.I.OO$5.00DoubleNo
r u'h w '32. happiness follows. Higher Rite
: tpllirMMiah: DOQ. + t c r.0rr,1 Loyselle Turner When Marion's self-sacrificing All rooms with private bath

r,1, htfurnE FOUND! otlT IN 1ie wNDSi Cheer leader 30, 31, Glee Club effort to save Jack Is brought to Service, efficiency, courtesy, cleanliness, hospitality, economy and

i ; SnoW fW' COtO ,, 6h1N'0 as9fM honesty are the cardinal principles upon which the popularity of
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Mra. H. B. B>.rar.: Cor. Mlaa Ads Nlmmo, Cor.Mr. MI... Liirlllo Grlfrla, Cor. MI. !*.!. Ma. Levels. Cur I IM GaakJaa, Cor. 1111... Vela Ualaey. C..r.U. I Mia ...!. All.. Con SI I Ii.'
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Rook Party and Mrs. O. Haynes' and Among those that had a very Mr. and :Mrs. Mack Hough and Mr. A. J. Chism and Alton Hodgeof 1'. Gainey and R. W. Branne ....'. jiiuert) Clianon, Mr. Raymond .I ; : J

William Woolen was host to a laughter Mrs. M. P. Hunt, left last fine enjoyable time at the done *r. Henry Shaw were attending St. George, Ga., spent Saturdaynight were attending to business in ClIsson, Mr. Lucian Hlgglngbothim -* : !"

number of his friends with a rook Sunday; for Valdosta, Gs.. where Saturday night given by :Mr. and .o business in Jacksonville Satur- here' the guests of Mr. and Starke Saturday.Mr. Mr. Roy Illgglnbotham, Mir. I'ff ): .;
party at the home of his parents !hey will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leven Griff were: Mr. and day.Mr. Mrs. R. N. Crawford. : and Mrs. Eugene Long and Ira Allen Mr. J. M. Allen visited "::

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wooten Friday Mrs. Haynes' daughter, Mrs. T. J. Mrs. P. Griffls, Mr. and Mrs Dop- Howard of Lake Butler pass Mr. II. B. Wiggins of Hamptonwas sons Bob and Gene, of Louisiana, the state farm Sunday morning. 'rlw I ,

night. Five tables of rook were Thomas and Mrs Charles Sasser. ale Grlffla Misses Mae Belle and ed through our section last Thurs- in our section last Thursday ire making their home here at the Miss Evle visited Mrs. George ,.

played during the evening. Home- A. A. Durden sad daughter Miss Sarah Padgett, Oner Norman, Lucille day.Mrs. afternoon.Dr. present. We all wish them a much Johnson Saturday afternoon. ;.. ;
made candles were placed on each Hilda have been visiting In Tampaand Griffis, Lassie Grlffis, Mr. Al- Elizabeth Johns of Starke J. M. Mann of Lake Butler success In their new home. Mr. Willie McKinney Is very sick I i i

table during: the games. Other In- St. Petersburg this week. : bert and Theo Norman, Buck Crif- was in our section one day this and Mr. Martin Rosier of Ralford Among those attending the B. Y. : at the present time. We all hope he f

teresting games were also played, N. Wynn and family were the ; fis, Lloyd Grlffla. Leon Wilkerson, week. were here one day last week visiting P. U. confederation at Pine Grove I will soon recover. I ,\

after which[ Mrs. Wooten assisted guests of their daughter. Mrs. Gertrude Cotsle Griffin, C. Griffin, Louis Miss Ruby Shaw spent Sunday the voters of this vicinity.Mr. Sunday were S. M. Moot, Henry Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griffin have a : ..

by Mrs. R. A. Griffls served de- Roberts of Lake Butler Sunday Norman, Elzle Griffis, Ernest Raul- with her grand-parents, Mr. and and Mrs. F. C. Hotlge and Brown T. B. Pinholatcr, Misses Lu. very sick daughter at this writing, .. .

licious cake and brick ice creamto erson. Walter Wltfeldt, Brownie Mrs. J. B. Thomas. children of Heilbronn, spent' Sun bedla Plnholater, Iris Brown, Zu- but hope she will soon be all right ,

the guests, who were: Misses Rev. Dixon will preach at the Austin. All reported a very fine Mr. Clyde Kelley of Lacrosse was day here the guests of Mr. and MrsR. lena Waters, Connie McCauley I again. ,. '".}

Grace Arwood Guilda! Marie Thede, Christian church next Sunday time.Mr. I visiting his father, Elder J. H. N. Crawford. TIeulah Lewis, Ruby Kelley, John- .' .\
Mary Lucile Torode, Rosa Mary morning and evening.Mr. Elzle Grlffla of Highland, Kelley Monday. Misses Geneva and Bertlce G'\"- tie Cone. Audrey Polk Vera The primary results In three r I t

Rowe Evalee Reddish of Lawtey; and Mrs. L. H. Futch and was visiting Mr. Buck Grlfifs Sun 1 Mrs. Dirt Stokes' was visiting her kins and Charlie Gasklna attended Gatncy, Janie Mny Quarrels, Lucille widely separate sections of the I '1

and Myrtice Ford, Elizabeth Hol- Miss Willie May Hinson were busi- day.Mr. 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dyalof the fruit supper given at the home and Lubedia Waters. Wlllcno country indicate that the "StopRoosevelt" i I ,' '

Ilng worth, Geraldine Johns, and ness visitors to Gainesville this and Mrs. Lacy Norman and Graham.Mr of Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle In Juanita and Jeanette McCauley, movement la now dead. ,;. I,

Mildred Hundley, Mitch Edwards, week. little daughter, Cleo, and Mrs. :M. and Mrs. Dewey Strickland Greenwood Saturday night. Loren Polk, Hazel and Brunch Cincinnati Inquirer. I
James Holllngsworth. of Starke; W. H. Maxwell, an employee of L. Thorn and children of Boctaey'a of Ocala hive been visiting at the Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McCormick Morgan and Randolph Quarrels! ---0+ t

Godwin Charles Dlnklna, the Seaboard Air Line Railroad, Beach, were visiting their parents home of Mr. and Mrs. DIrt Stokes. and children of Sanderson, passed Artford Brown Ovid Lewis and Roosevelt gains strength and It ,
John ,
Torode Vann Burney Jim who is elmployed in Jacksonville, here Sunday. Mr. Pervls Lewis of Jacksonville, through this section Sunday en- Clifton Polk. looks now os If lie will get neces- :,
Moore Edwards and Jimmy Moore. spent the week-end with his family I I Miss Mamie Thompson was visiting Miss Reatha Thomas! Mr. J. C. route to Woodlawn where they Rev. Barnes of Trenton filled his dory two-thirds to nominate him- (t4} c ;)

here. '. Miss Lucille Griffin Sunday. Dennison, Mrs. J. O. Dennison and .spent the day with his sister and regular appointment hero last Sat. Greensboro. Record.
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Mrs. G. W. Roberts and two The Baptist church enjoyed a Misses Mary and Mamie Wilkerson sons, James Leland, and J. M., all family. urday night and Sunday.Mr. Winter---ParkTwo--- .- -

children spent several days In De- home coming day last Sunday. A were visiting their sister Mrs. of Midway, Mr. Fred Shaw, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Darby Gaskins of and Mrs. Hilllard of New- at Rollins College dedicated.new buildings 1) Pn

Land last week with her parents, very Interesting sermon was L. Grose near Lawtey Thursday. Elzlo Mikles, Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Heilbronn were visiting his mother berry and Hubert Paul, Ruby and

Mr. end' Mrs. J. H. Tatum. preached by pastor Rev. :McGauley. Mrs. Mavis Pringle of Green Dyal and daughter' Miss Marlon Mrs. Jean Gasklna Saturday after Grace Barnes of Trenton attended

Miss Beverly Cady was visiting The subject used was "Where are wood, spent Wednesday night with Lee of Graham and little Dorothy noon. church here Sunday night. DUMMY BALLOT
Miss Louise Thede Sunday/ the Nine?" after which the roll her sister, Mrs. L. Grose. Britt of Ocala were visiting at the Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Norman and Hogan Smith and children of
called and members Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Blackburn home of Mr. and Mrs. J W. Lewis Sampson friends
was many re daughter Clco and Mrs. M. L. City were visiting
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill spent c Camel of Slab and county ,I i
week-end at their cottage on sponded. Prayers were offered for was visiting her parents, Mr. and Sunday.Mr. Thompson and children and Miss anti relatives here Sunday. ;canlldat.* who have formally aanouncvct 1
tbe the sick and absent members, that Mrs. Bunk Kllkerson of Highland and Mrs. Henry Shaw and Mamie Thompson spent Sundaynear Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell and In the Telegraph to tlUa r
Lake Kingsley. They were accompanied lat. This 1l la not an official liallut.rairylnc j
Misses Louise and Guilds they might.be able to return to the Sunday.Mrs. sons Louis and Junior, spent Sun Lawtey the guests of Mr. and nephew of Mlcanopy, were visiting name of all .oanitldat for j. I I'
Marie Thede.by I fold.The Westly Harris and little day with Mr. and Mrs. Tim Mann. Mrs. R. C. Grlffla. friends and relatives here Sunday different, ofTliiiiM who., but have llata annuuoedlhruuah only .thoaauanuldata t

Tatum of DeLand is persevering energetic farm. daughter Mertice Harris, were visiting Mrs.'J. H. Kelley and daughter, Mr. Bert Chism of St. GeorgeGa. H. B. Conerly of Okeechobee, was paid ailvrllmnt la this, le',
visiting Mrs. J.her H.daughter, Mrs. G. W. ers here were delighted over the Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hodge Sun Miss Amy and Nannle Groover, ., spent Sunday here the guestof visiting relatives here Sunday and vupir. for the .olYlc they .....10.

refreshing showers that fell upon day. were visiting Mrs. Mann Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawfordand was accompanied home by his wife, llallula II..' II. MarkMl t.> Hlajat .fNam.

Roberts.Mr.. and Mrs. W. E. Torode and the crops last Sunday evening.Rev. e was accompanied home by his who has been spending some time ?I q i,

children and Cleon Wooten spentthe Matheny of Macclenny well LIVE STATE HAPPENING wife, who spent the past two weeks hero with her mother Mrs. S. E. for U.....,.... KfflM LM

week-end at their cottage on known evangelist, who so success FIVE MILE here. Mrs. Chism having come Mott. Vote far Una.HTAyyuiliU ; \ i
fully conducted a series pf services St. Petersburg-Mr. and Mrs. V. here for medical attention and her Brunell Morgan wall visiting at : CALlJWluLL.CAHY t tI
Lake KIngsley. Moore W. H. here visited his many friends here Mra. P. P. Ilrhlo, Cor. 'II. Pace let contract for construction many friends will be glad to know Bradford High School Thursday. I
Mesdames J. H. ,
Will Goodfellow spent last Saturday. of $20OOO resilience.Pahokee she is much Improved. B. Y. P. U. every Sunday night. A. HAltUiCia1UM :
Edwards and
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Parrlsh spent -Edward Jensen leased! Mrs. Peter Much la spending. a Everybody Invited. IIAltL'F.
Monday in Y. and Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. filling station formerly operatedby few days this week In Jacksonville A. HATHAWAY /'
C. Mayo
and Mrs.
the NEW RIVERMI. Julius Parrish of Miller.Mrs. Sterling Service and Supply Co. the guest of friends before return- Creek from Arbuckle Lake to Is- ------ 1
two children of Tampa spent I Amanda Parrish and children Jacksonville Byrd's Smoke Ing to her home In Sarasnto. tokpnga Lake. JOHN W. MARTINHrrrotary

week-end here with her parents,1Mr. .a Knnle !!Inp... Cor. were guests Sunday of the Shop opened at 123 West Adams MnyoLamb's Shoe Shop movedto of * and Mrs. J. H. Moore. They Misses Blume.J. street. erection of new packing plant at new location' on Monroe street. Vat fur uimIt.
Miss --- -
were accompanied home will by be their The entire community was sad- W.: Galney and son, Dave of Palm Beach-Work to start soon site on Indian Rocks. Hoard of county commissioners A. UHA Y',>rc
Mary Edwards Kisstmmee: are visiting relatives on proposed post office Clermont Business formerly authorized C. L. Lowman to continue
dened last Saturday morning by t.ml..r: of Aarle.llan iYot.
guests for sometime.Mr. McEarchenand the sudden death of Mrs. P. D. i I St. Augustine Dr. Roy C. conducted by C. F. Kneeling con road repairing on Bay Port fur emuFUANKLIN 1 '

and Mrs. C. C. In Hawthorn Welch. Mrs. Welch had been a here.Mr.. and Mrs.\ Woodle of Worthington Grooms, chiropractor, practicing tinue operation under management and: Pine ,Island roads.-Brooks- 0. KINO 4

family spent Saturday resident of Bradford and Union were here Sunday. I I Iin this city. ef Simon Kessler, under name of villa Journal.
Jacksonville-Florida branch of Busy Corner Store. Panama City-Panama BakeryCo. NATHAN MAYO I, Y+
Mrs. Chris Douglass and daughters
C. Wooten counties for the last several, years
Mr. and Mrs. W. Reconstruction Finance Corporation Arcadia-State Road ..__ .......
opened recently.
A. J. and was loved by all who knew Alice and Tbelma' Mr. Bland Depart- F'urwur.rd (; F
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. at this ment Orlando Mr. Berry opened barber Vul. fur on... lilf 111l
her. She leaves many relatives Douglass, Mr. and Mrs. Inches of opened place. contemplates making repairs i
Griffls in Starke Sunday.Mrs. of Starke and friends In Florida and other Ft. White were guests of :Mr. and Graceville-Local post of American to roads and bridges on highway shop In building on corner Mills w. U.JU.IN. 1)UUULAIIII: : ;
Thelma Johns Legion dedicated new build No. 18 west of here. and Colonial streets.
Mrs. B. L. Duke I +
She Thursday. 1
afternoon places to mourn her death. W. NltiWUKUN ?
was a visitor to Lawtey Friday was laid to rest Sunday morningat O. P. and J. P. Dekle visited ing. I Frostproof-Effort being made! Fort Meade-II. W. Reid im- tr4 1 m .'
Clearwater-H. D. Ulmer plans to of Arbuckle *..**r\..t..cr store hM'ur
secure opening
Mrs. W. E. Torode was a visitor 11:00: o'clock at the New River I friends in Cooter Pond Saturday .!... ....lor 'h.
cemetery. The funeral was con evening. Vole for 'i I p,
uuu.A 1
to Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. r dt
and Mrs. W. II. Edwards left ducted by Rev. Hemingway and Quite a crowd gathered at the PRODUCT OP OINIRAt MOTORS WITH BODY BY FISHBKSEE IIAL V. : 't ,,FA"p ;1S II':
home of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Johns 7 l ,N J'
to Henderson- Rev. Proctor. The body was In J. M. MANN p
Thursday for a trip
will be un- charge of the Wilson Burial As- Sunday afternoon and enjoyed a :.. P I r1 i
villa, N. C. They gone musical.. W. Lb) IIIIUlLI 'l'ON ( ,
sociation of Lake City. y ,
til Monday. Mrs. McGinn of Pensacola Is vis- I K. P. Dekle visited friends in I Alvmuvr' Kuu. .* ttr|>r............. 'I f t
Vot Cur unit.O. '
iting her daughter and son-in-law, Lake Butler Saturday evening. .--- i )
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kelley. T. J. Dekle of Lake Butler call. I U. INMAN jt'

TIIERESSA Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johns were ed on Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle T n. PINllOI.HTKn: : :

transacting business In Lake City Friday.Mr. i
Ml. Rhoda Zelicler: Cur. Kor County JatlK 9
and Mrs. B. L. Miss
Saturday afternoon. Duke Vat for un., I IJI.o.
Miles Lone Kelley and Essie Gladys Duke and Cecil Drawdy Yr+ IF Y1/ ,i ( A, CIA ItUJN Wit k I,t
nilnnlo Kate Loper Sapp attended the banquet in visited Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Douglas i ..', I
The many friends) of Kate Loper Starke Friday night. Sunday.Mr. K. K. riCKKYMANaprl y 'I .

were saddened to hear of her death Messrs. Howard Thomas, :Bud and Mrs. Julius Pnrrish were .t.n which occurred April 6, at 7 p. m. Moody, Cleve Brannen and Jay 'week-end guests of relatives here : Vets fur ono f

She had been sick about four Moody, all were transacting business and attended services at Little fyD L. It. KUTCH r '
and S
weeks. She had the measles In Lake Butler Saturday af Springs Saturday and Sunday. J. UUIFFI9H. rr
pneumonia developed. Everythingwas ternoon. Mrs. Futch and family were a... ,,
be n. WlaflJN8
done that could possibly .
those who attended the
Among guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. .
lone, but to no avail. Kate was funeral of Mrs. Welch from other Robert Green. I Clerk Clrrnlt Court 1
of and Vote tor on.,. .
fourteen age ,
nearly years places were: Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. O. Green were
was a great favorite among the Strickland, Mrs. C. F. Rivers."Rev. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Par- O. W. ALDERMAN

young people. She was loved by Proctor Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns .rish Sunday. A. J. THOMAS
all who knew her. She was a member and ,
school and Misses Amelia Harpen O. P. Dekle and :Mrs. P. P. Dek Ki>r Taw AoMo.......
of the Baptist Sunday of Lake Butler Rev. .
Rosa Minshew ; le In Lake Butler 11. Vote for on.
were shopping
and B. Y. P. U.
and Mrs. Hemingway of Starke;
: '.
She leaves to mourn her death a Miss Louise Walters, Mrs. Ray- Friday. << $ -POUND "
devoted mother and father Mr. mond Brown Mrs. Margaret I 1U1U U&> > .3S0 I* If. HILfj .ylY 'd ..'

and Mrs. Walter Loper, two brothers I roan Misses Lola Welch and Dorothy N, J). WAINWKIdHTKor ;! r' 'I'

Bennie and Manch, three sisters ; Patten all of Plant City; OVER WORKED $ Tax. CnlttrtorVnt
Wlllia Maude Bertha and Miss Nona Brown and Mr. W. S. SEDAN for on. n 'j' ,
Gladys.She Sibley and Fate Brown of Rising 995 CAUL JOIINR ,
was laid to rest In Hope section; Mr. Page of Arkansas; .' 1 C
cemetery Thursday afternoon the Mr. B. F. Renfroe and children: 11 CAnLA. KNIOHTFor

Rev, S. H. Hayman of Orange Everette and Mildred and Miss # <'t F. O. B. HINT, MICR/ Sacrlff
Vole for on r s
Heights, officiating. Russell of Fort Myers were the '
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler and guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Turner -} I/IStrument' OSCAR ANDIiBUU : fi
THIS Buick four-door sedan tor New, Modernized -
Sunday new
daughters had as their guests this week. great C. CLEMANS: } ';

Mr.\ and Mrs. W. T. ZeiglerAnd Mr. M. L. Johns was transacting with Wizard Control is good for 150,000 Panel. New Rubber Pedal Pads W. J. EPFRK.SONMvmhvr 1 ,
little son. Tommy and Mr. and business! In Starke Tuesday.GREENWOOD .
Mrs. L. J. Moon and little daughter miles and more of dependable performNew Electric Gasoline Gauge New VMa for one*rhi. >ol Hoard-IllvtrlPt 1 t f 'lOr t

Joyce, of Jacksonville.Mrs. It brings Buick comfort, Buick Improved Fuel System New-Type "
E. B. Johns returned to her ance. H. nFSNJII"1'J. ,f r

home near Starke Sunday after a luxury, Buick roadability within easy Chassis Springs New Improved Air T. MOORE t it

visit Zeigler.with her sister Mrs. J. J. Ml. Emmalyac Prlo.I.. C..... reach of new thousands of motorists. Intake; Silencer. New Hood with Door- j R A. NEWHOM *.w A' |; ,

11133 Miss Thelma Rhoda Priest Zeigler in was Starke visiting last I I Mrs. Kate Pringle has returnedto Listing at only $995 f. o. b. Flint, it Type Ventilators New Improved Start Voli Wvmkvr for on.apkoai n.ar
Thursday night. her home In weeks BrycevlUe with, after Mrs combines the following vitally important ing. New Regulator/or Adjustable Pull W. C. MANNINO

Mr. Walter Edward of Jacksonville 'spending A. B. Rosier.a few UP TO your' un In work- features-features which are causing Front Seat New Smaller Wheels with fl. n. MAY

J. J., was a visitor at the home of II Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Saunders of every nerve at high tension. America to award Buick more than half Larger Tire Sections : New Anti-Rattle Voto"Momhrr for .n.1I.II'.rDI.rt. I '
Zeigler Sunday evening. Penney Farms was visiting her No wonder you snap at the wire

parents Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pringle and Watch bark at the out children.! Overworked of all sales of the fourteen eights in its Spring Shackles New Adjustable Interior J... If.yO KKM.T e.e.r..nr' ..5 t

P DOUBLE RUN Sunday.Mr.. and. Mrs. Cohen Peele were Deal nerve, Nervous may lead Headache to SUeplaM-Karroo price range: Sun-Visor together with many t.......,,.. .I..I.IJI.I.I.t t .

visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rosier Indigestion and a boat of Controlled other important improvements. for on. 1 t.
Automatic Clutch. New
Ml. Doot. Oro..... Cor. Sunday. other unpleasant disturbance. New J. U. n0811C1tCo. 4411

Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle and Why don t you try Dr. Miler Free Wheeling New Silent-Second And remember-you can purchase I .....,.. r..I..I.OI.lrld a I Ivote
Rev. Kirkland of Jacksonville father, C. A. Pringle were visiting Effervescent Nervine Tablets? tnr OBOVr
filled his regular appointment at Mr. and Mrs. DIckson Parmenter Just one in a half fflaaa of Syncro-Metb Transmission. New Valvelluick's big 3500-pound Straight Eight } ,1 i
1. I. 'ONsn!: d dr
axton Sunday.Mr. Thursday. water makes a pleasant. *parfcUiur : the liberal G. M. A. C. time I i
of Brycevlllo drink delightfully soothingto in-llead Straight Eight Engine Newlysedan on 0 'nF.w t'r'noeh
and Mrs. E. Wilmot were Mr. St. Clair and Earl Moseley,
'. !ling orar-taxed nerves Bodies by Fisher plan. Visit your Buick dealer. I C".nml..loa.r.-lI.trlet a c' *
her mother Saturday night. Kay Prtngle. Misses Emmalyne Dr. Miles' Nervin. U now Styled Newly-Beautified payment >)fi. for n. t ,
Mr. Lum johns was visiting :Mr. Pringle and Evelyn Moseley were mod In two forms-Liquid and and drive this luxurious Eight-today!
t' L. New Engine-Oil Temperature RegulaSee t '
Brown Sunday. visiting in Gainesville Saturday. Effervescent Tablet. Both have 1 M't.t OIfY THOMAS ,

Mr. J. c. Simmons was the guest Mrs. Donle and Gladys Prlngle the (am. soothing drag effect.store TWENTY-SIX LUXURIOUS MODELS. $935 TO $2055. F.O.D. FLINT MICH, I.1 1. UVDRHIIIM.rnnntr h -- -
Wins 11.00 at- Jour
Willie :Mae Johns Sunday. were shopping In Starke Saturday. 1o.le
C'mmUi lun Ulstrlct 4
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MJis Foots Brown and Willie Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Prlngle entertained I far .nO'. nl
Mre: Johns were the guests of Miss a number of their friends i
Amy Wilmot Sunday afternoon. with a fruit supper Saturday eve- REGISTER
lIr. Hugh ...., ...... .. ..._nucrlrl aVot.
was visiting ning.
this t for "no.I .
section Sunday. I
Sir. Buck Starling was the guest I Panama City-East Bay Canal 'J..N BITTB AUTOMOBItBI ARC BUILT BUICK WILL BUILD TII.JC I O. W. ANDREW:

of MUs Millie Judd Sunday. : to be widened to 63 feet. B. T. OS TEEN '


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FOUR BRADFORD CnrrfiTY TKf.KOWAP"!: STAnKB, FJA) ( ):\. Fltl'h. ) .\\'. ,.L'r.t .:- :-

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'David' Sitar "By Singing Waters :lass colors were Misses Thelma

," fThurtow! LeuranceMrs.. Priest, Dorothy Bitch, Kathryn 71
<.). P. Linking, of Atlantic Beach. Haynes Lois Long, Martha Brown- "LAND OF< SUNSHINE" WILL BE .

Readings, "Flower Romance" lee Murla Weeks, Lula Redgrave

ocietyA ( Edgar: Guest), "Mla Cftrlotta" '{Itty Hogsed Bad; Lois Adkins. Favors 1V BRIGHT SPOT AT CHICAGO EXPO
.1 (Thomas Dally)-:alias Dorothy were horns and caps in colors, ..,
t Smith. : pink and green.

-- _____________ I Vocal Scion "Burst! Ye Apple" Toasts! were given to the senior
(Steven A. Emery), "0 Solo lllo" lass by Miss Hppo Haynes, presl- I
}. : IV. M. S. MEET MONDAYTha : Tin: 1.1ItJ.lu.mr;;-; ''Au ) MEETS
r,. I LI Ulna. president of the tent"".

Womin'T Mlsulonnry So- The La'lies Auxiliary of thoPresbyterian The hostesses for the afternoon Miss Melbik Pena rend 1 the senior !
cleyt of the Methodist< church will church held their Mrs. R. F. Demurest, Mrs. IIC will. There were about seventy -
3 meet Mnndny afternoon, 3:30: at meeting at the Will Mrs. W. 0. Hilte. Mrs. a prencnt on this delightful oc- I II
v the church. Business! session and regular of monthly Mlia Mabel Weller Tues M. Inman, Mrs. II. C. Ftltrh and -aalon. Tho teachers present were:
imports from delegates to conven homo Mrs. O. II. Lowry Mrs. II. B. McLendon served refreshments Mr. S. S. Dowling, :Mrs. II. B. Mc- I
tion.OAUNITA. day evening. to those Lendon, Mrs. T. T. Long and 2>1r..
and Mrs. M. W. Morrow were elected present.
D. P.
V V- Carpenter.
to attend 1 the Pres-
., HUTTO Following the dinner dancingwas .
i' CELEBRATES UIRTIIIIAY bytery which meets at Eustis April CIIICMCS OF BAPTIST enjoyed music being furnished -
19th. Mrs J. B. Soule's name was \V. M. S. MEET by Leo Kitchen and his orchestra -
added to the membership of the from Jacksonville. Chaperones

Little Miss Garnlta Hutto entertained Auxiliary. The home of :Mrs. P. E. Canovawas for the dance! were Mrs Long, Mrs.
: Friday afternoon In the After the business session a so- effectively decorated with calendulas I Carpenter and Mrs. II. B. McLen-
homo of her parents Mr. and Mrs. cial hour was enjoyed by those I larkspur! and baby breath I II don.
t I. S. IIutto, with a party celebrating present. Tho hostess served a de- I Monday afternoon when she entertained ,' 4 lid ,. I
: her sixth birthday. licious salad course to the follow- Circle No. 1 of the BaptistW. I k

A color scheme of pink and whites ing: Mrs. Alverna Dean, Mrs.E. M. S.
was carried out In the decorations. M. Davis Mrs. T. N. Kendrlck The leader Mm. J. H. Pitts con- Ileilbronn Springs f'n

Various games were enjoyed by the Mrs. John Uglow Mrs. J. B. Soule ducted the devotional and presided Minx Thrlma Rhodes Cor.juf. .
;, ev young folks after which an Ice Mrs. 1[. H. Young, :Mrs. D. B. Williams over the business session. A
l 1 course with the birthday cake top- Mrs. W. M. Morrow Mrs. building fund was started to which
ped with Bit: candles was served : F. A. Sweezy: Mra. O. A. Stans- each member is aupponed to con Owen Rhoden of Ileilbronn

,' to twenty-five guests, who had,,, bury, :Mrs. W. A. Bonham and Mrs.T. tribute $!5 00. Mrs. Canova headed upect Saturday !and Sunday in
spent a hnppy afternoon with the S. Williams. the list with hers.A Brooker.Mr. .
young hostess.WOODMEN social hour was spent In sewing and Mrs. D. B. Forsyth motored
,7. ? WOMAN'S CLUB HOLDS after which tho hosted, asulstecl over to Lake Butler Sunday.

CIRCLE MEETING KKdULAR MEETINGThe /by) Mrs. Paul Canova and Mliia Miss Hilda FOrsyth, spent last
t I Bunny Canova nerved an Ice course week In Lake Butler the guests of

fir I Womin's Club of Starke, : with cake to the following members her grandmother, :Mrs. Forsyth.Mr. .
j, Starke! Grove No. 278, Woodmen Buck Starling was the
+ held their regular monthly meeting present: Mrs. J. II. Titts Mrs.J. .
%, A Circle met In regular session April Wednesday afternoon, April 13th M. Brownlee, Mrs. W. J. Epper- Sliest of Miss ELsle Rhodeu Sun This picture shows. section of be animated. c-t "Spirit of Florida" risIng [n j man
12. Meeting was called to order at the clubhouse with the president on. Mrs. J. D. Goodrmn Mrs. J. Florida Exhibition Hall for the I Above will ba sixteen panels as"If I electrlo cascade.
''' by Past Guardian Vond-i Inman Mrs. N. D. Wainwright in It Hundley, Mrs. E. C. Priest Mrs. day.Mr.. Louie Crawford of Plant :hlcago 1833 World's Fair. It is a mural painting depicting Over the entrance will be n Y
t In tho absence of Guardian Mae ch"rge. W. G. Strlngrfellow. Mrs. R. A. City, spent last week here with his in artist's conception from which Florida historically and in proper light screen where a contln .n
Y ilaborallons will tie> made. The sequence of events. The dioramasand 12-minute colored talking n <'I
Green. The routine of business Thomas and Mrs. J. II. :Mendo. mother Mrs. Clara! Crawford.
regular I ,
F Iza of the hall ft 60x100 feet. panels will be available after will further tell the story ot F >n
Plans were made for the district was transacted after which Mrs. Circle No. 2 of the Woman's :MIss Josephine Green spent Sat-
There will be sixteen alcoves each the fair for a permanent exhibitin Ida. The Interior of the building
meeting to be held In Starke :May W. E. MIddleton and Mrs. M. E Union of the urday and Sunday in Plant City.
Missionary Baptist aUlnn care of some phase of Florida. The ceiling will be a will be finished In pecky cypi >.
I' 6, at the Woman's Club building. Edwards gave Interesting talks on Church met Monday afternoon There Was a birthday party given Florida's activities. The material Florida sky with daylight and and coquina rock. The picture 'is

121 The following members were ap- the Florida Federation of Women's with :Mra. O. %V. Alderman with at Miss Bertlce Norman's Tuesday Usplay will be in front and a night effects Looking throughthe a whole will be highly dram. wand
*t ,, pointed to serve on the decorating Clubs held! in Gainesville last week.In twelve members present. night. A large crowd attended and. Iorama: In the background of each! entrance from the foyer the for Us appeal as such \u "swill
t committee: Elizabeth Williams: absence of the speaker for the Mrs. F. F. Flume led tho devotional reported a nice time. rill dramatize the subject matter visitor will be confronted with a praise it. There will not "it
err Mrs. E. W. Hayes and Misses Edna afternoon, Mrs. A. Wood spoke on with prayer by Mrs. Al Mr. and Mrs T. J. Moore and H natural setting color and per- vista of palms and exotic plants. a drab. note la the entire en: ,m. i
in .CLIv t lb. diorama In and At I the far end .a hernia. flgnr! time
and Carrie Hutto. the American Home. derman. son, Clarence, attended church e, many *>

After the business session several The following musical programwas Plans were made for a food sale Clay county Sunday.Mr. .--- -
talks were given for the good rendered: to be held Saturday" afternoon In Newn Burney was the guest ,
I of the order. ''v eM Solos "May Day 1>Morn" front of the "Quality Store". The of Miss Gladys Parmenter.' Sunday f SAMPSON CITY SANDY LANE MILLER lMI.

hostess was assisted by Mrs O. J. night.
-r.. Griffin In serving refreshments. Mr. Russell Carter was visiting Minn Dorothy. Smith Cor.fr mini. I.nrpne green C'Ar. ... Ellen niitvknrrldrr, Cor.

mOtU to Circle No. 3 was entertained by Miss Ola Mae Parmenter Sunday i n
d play bridge
Mrs. S. L. Peek at her homo with afternoon.Mr. I' Pad\ MM B. D Jones entertinM pies ir'Prm' "f'q "' n.'eviev'' S"nlore Mr. and Mrs. Everette Snyder I
Mrs. G. P. in of John Allen visited Miss Beatrice .. .. are the proud parents of a fine
Raymond charge
AUCTIONCONTRACT a f0w of th lr friends witha were. the !mt""M f :MM.. EmmTt "
an.{ the devotional and business meet- Underhill Sunday. fl'ih frv Thu..r\.v.\ Those from '' a_ nti--.1.r n..ttfifOTrWVMrs. baby boy which arrived April 7th

Ing. At the close of the business! Miss Elsie Rhoden and Clarence nut pf town pttpnrtfnt were ]Mr\ Corley Johns and children Mr. J. M. Dickson, Mrs Ruby f
4 ; )va / tension the rest of the afternoon and Owen Rhoden attended the I wad Mrs Rov Thomas! fr\>\ Mrs.' I rot t'il' vr.r" "'I| A..if guests of Waters end children Mr. and Mrs t
dance at Starke Thursday night. ,.. Crovr Aldridge and children Mt
was spent In sewing. TTwv'ert Thomas ""'I"e'1 i rot 1"," 1(11F'w."t. I"u"v.
iA k The hostess served refreshments Mr. Lonzle Norman Is upending I Rtarke. Mrs. J. C. Riuleraon and ,.r- ,........ rrwq.a.y. and :Mrs Ppence: Dicks and Mr. J. D. Swill) I
1 t Wynne FergusonAuthor to the following members present: this week In Plant City. Mr.' and Mrs. Wilson of Lake Butler Crlt Yarborough were the guests and Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Black If

4 of 'PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. J. II. Lord 1>lr. Isham Davis was the guest I ->f TTrs.!! E. E. Cr en Sunday after- "lder and children were visiting '
.". Mrs. G. P. Raymond :Mrs. II. L.3rownlee I of Miss Eva Underhill Sunday.I :Mrs.. 8. E. .To_"s spent Friday n""n Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hancock.

Copyright 19J1 by Hoylc,Jr. Mrs. W. L. Wall and; Miss Essie Crawford spent Sun- -n-I Saturday in Starke with rela plies Th'lma' Rhoden spent Fri- Mrs. Op" Dobson and little son l
i Mrs. J. B. Wilson. day night with :Miss Thelma Rho- tives. .,',. nightwth) Irf-s T...rpce. :: Green L".verne was visiting her sister N'UrN.

t ARTICLE No. 21 I den.Mr. M'ni Louise Kit, spent the weekend Miss ..Ju"nlto11" Ra.com Wil- Jewell Snyder last Tuesday il
I OR. E. L BIGOS GIVES and Mrs. 'Wesley Crews In Jacksonville visiting relatives. tisms were the P'1.t'l nf Miss Lo- -"t. """nr"nle In the play of the hands.' at Auction opponents are Trying the hand at STAG DINNERA John Allen and Mrs. John Braber She way accomn-'nted byher rer Green Sturv morning. in-Iaw, Fred Dobson. i
and Contract there are numberlessopportu'iitiea epodes end it is up to yoU to cavil I were attending church at Saxton "ndmother, Mrs. James Kite Mr. p..C'l'Ill"m'l was the :Mr. II. O. Crawford A. C. Black
s ; to make but t'velder
good plays, game. You can figure out how to take
ty, j, the most important one! of all Is the three tricks but cannot see any hops Sunday night. : of Starke; p-uMt of Miss il" Thomas!! Sunday and:> Mr.. and, )frs. .Percy "
social affair of the "W1ll
} delightful Mr. and Mrs: Jones were .. "n viler Pll made! a business trip
winning of the trick that scores game for the fouith trick.: Then you should mawwn n-Ise to 1'..." ---de ..t_ evening. ,
week was a stag dinner given by the of "his'"brother Mr. J. Lake Duller list Saturday.
it. For guests to
or rave example the figure out in your mind what card or Miss Elaine !
urday for the day were Mr1 Emma Noodle\ was theptieit
t declarer is playing spades sea it is cards your partner must held to make Dr. E. L. Biggs in honor of his C. Jones Saturday.Mr. :Mr. and :Mrs. Silas Crawford ,
1 ; k fi easily possible to make three c dd but that extra trick and play accordingly. birthday to a number of his friends and Mrs. Littleton Kite of Weaver, Donhiv' Murle rni Hojjvnr.mlth of Miss Annie Sweat Sunday I 're the proud parents of a baby d
there is. ,. Jr., Mrs. A. K. Smith and -ftcrnocnMNi !
no wayto.corn You will be how often the
apparent game. surprised Wednesday evening at his home on Jacksonville were visiting her boy which arrived April 9.
1 s That is the time for the declarer to do card that you figure must/ be there,wilt Walnut street. daughter. ,, R"b.* Crean anent Tuesday I ?!
< q' some deep thinking and endeavor toy be there and therefore save the game. father Mr. T. B. Robinson.Mr. Mr. Tom Thomas and Lynk Wll- night with Miss. Melba. Clemons. I Miss Dorrla Crawford of Jack 0
The lower floor of the home
figure out some way to( make game It is on close hands of this type that was Earl Parmenter was visit- .. visitors here Roy C"rter TV>I the guest of I onvllle, were visiting her parents
!4 Sometimes this can be done by men- the good player has such an advantage. decked with a profusion of bright Ing :Misses Eva and Beatrice! Underhill 1'ari 'f Palatka! were "'r.-com Wllli-ims Saturday after *'r nr'd Mrs. C. C. Crawford last ,
tally placing certain high cards in the The all-important trick of every hand spring! flowers. Bowls, daisies, Tuesday afternoon. Sunday. Tuesday.
t opponents' hands in such a way that is the one that either makes game or gladioli etattice, plox and petunlw -.--- Mrs CT McKinnev will return noon.Miss 1V I
,+ game is possible. At other times can saves so bend all Susie Wells was visiting (
game; your energiesand were effectively arranged in the en- home Wednesday from Mrs.! GUIs'hospital. ,
x only be done by letting the opponents concentrate all your thought on Mint Annie Sweat Sunday after ]"M.y Harbor-T. J. Dlckson re ,
have the lead.n' the hope that they will I that one trick and, if it is in the cards, tiance ball! drawing room and the GRAHAM Mrs. McKInney was op- noon. estlv opened general merchandiseitore
make a mistake and thus give tie:. don't let it get away from Bunparlor. srVod: on several days ago. lira. Roia the guest here.
you. Stanley was
t declarer his chance(for I I L Con Mr. Davis left Tuesday for
only game.That The following hand is given as an The guests upon their arrival Ml.* Retire a'uhaaen Harry it h-r mother, Mrs. W C. Clem --
is what is meant by getting the trick illustration of the dealer's -.. PaUtka.
i2 failure to Found their places at small attractively
and Lo
MIss Pauline
$hat scores game. I obwrvo this rule. and;f of the big loss ons Tuesday.Miss were visiting
On the hand. laid tables by means of novelty Mrs. Etta died Ju-nlta Wllllami visiting Green afternoon.
y, other suppose your resulting. i Mary Surrency : wa rene Tuesday
place cards and tallies com i here at her home Tuesday. She Births Miss Pauline: nnd Lorene Green:: Else Lorene Green was visiting

r Hearts- 0), 6 bined. Following the course dinner I was 73 years of age Her death Mr. and Mrs, Frank Norman, Tup'ilay. Mra. Emma! Woodle Tuesday.
? Clubs; KJ;: 7 I which was served by Mrs. A. i followed a long Illness' She was Lnwtey daughter/ April 12th. Miss Oulo Green was the guest There was a large crowd that
9' t Diamonds: -1 1C;:, 10, 8, 5. 4, 1 Z. Adklns Mrs. II. B. Lovell Mrs. I
burled at Mt. Slant cemetery Wednesday i Mr. and Mrs. Henry Howard <'f Miss Beatrice Norman Tuesday ".ttn t ki": Hearts- A 1-,7: trades- A, K;: Lonnle Harley :Mrs. D. A. Mon- i i afternoon. Those who sur- WtUcroak diushter.: April 13th. I night. 1".y night at the home of Miss Per
IleHrU 10 4
Q. 8,5 1::
( L ,... Clubs- .If ; 7 s Clubs- iu, 9. 8:1.. 3, tieth, Mrs. O. L. Paisley and Miss 'vive her, death are her ,husband, MIi and Mrs. L. J. Walker, I I Mr. and Mrs. Tillm"n Alvarez, tea Norman's.: Every one reporteda
"' nilllllonds7., 6 I A B : Vidinonris jI Ethel Griffin bridge was enjoyed.At Robert Surrency and five children Starke daughter April 12th.. '' 'fI..l''J Ida< Mae and Hazel Johns nice time.

$ ,.,. 'Spades-9,8,7,5,3 : Z Sj:>aa s -4 the conclusion of the games, John, Bobby Jessie/ ,. Billy and Minnie -,-
-- prizes were awarded Mr. Boringfor and a host of grandchildren .
ria ,_ 1''carts- .1 making high Mr. Jacobs for and other relatives. "=="" '''''''''''''''''==''''''''''''''''" '''''''''''''''''' ''''''

e" } _"l t Clubs- A Q .ft. ? loldlng second big! and Mr. Robinson Wasdln business visitor -
j, DiammntsA;. P, J: Riley was a
g ;; J Spades-Q.J,10j, for scoring low. to Starke and Gainesville. Fri- r" 1

r ." The guests presented the host day.
1 1 1
f N"<> score, rubber game. TI:e hand I.t Is h1 one trie*. Thts. hand shows. the with a useful gift in memento ofthe Among those who attended Sun- 1
; ,:\ applicable either to Auctioti or Con importance thinking out the play of occasion. Mr. Saul's and Mr day school here Sunday are Mr.
W ri tract.:Z dealt and bid one spade. A anti] the hand and the possible cards held Torode's birthdays being on same and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins and children ,
i:. r't r-: Y passed und U bid two hearts! :Z two by opponents,even tt the second trick. r
J; J1fi t. t spades, A three hearts: Y three spades, The minute the dummy hand was ate were presented gifts by the Joe and Mary of Hampton. This store always offers you the best the market affords at low prices.
:::1-' 1/ ; D four hearts, Z four spades and A place 1 on the table, Z should have John Crews of Lake Butler and
'' All passed nml A opened figured whit carts:. A must hold to host.Enjoying the occasion with Dr. Miss Gracie Lee Durban of Jacksonville -
: < king of hearts and followed with the justify his double. The only excuse for Biggs were: Messrs. Carl Johns 96 Ibs. GUARANTEED FLOUR $2.00 DAIRY FEED __________ $1.60 r
t t I ': ace cf hearts. How should Z play the the double would be at least five small C. A. Knight R. F. Demorest, J. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Prescott and I 21 Ibs. GUARANTEED FLOUR .53 '
.1 hand and the king of hearts. YELLOW WESTERN CORN __ $1.40
trumps ace
i.i Ziff Mr. ant
r :' Solution: Z should let A hold this With any leas. holding in trumps! A's I C.,Robinson J. E. Corpening D. family of were visiting LAYING MASH, Sack __ $2.10 V
k trick and discard a club or a diamond. double would have been unsound. Montieth H. C. Wall W. M. Mrs. R. M. Johnson and family WHITE CLIPPED OATS $1.60
..r ,J By so doing he could have made five-; wright, ..J.V..' Andrews,. F. A.I Sunday.Mr. SCRATCH FEED, Best Grade $1.75 ---
It Is .
_ if.. ,,t, odd in spades if A had then led either exposed!an, but ea /not hand easy with if they all the are cards con- Stump, N. Sternberg B. Jacobs and Mr. E. Yarborough SWEET FEED ____________ $1.75 SHORTS, Fancy Grade .$1.30
1. one of the other three suits, for in/ that here Saturday -
Hoover C. A. of Waldo were shopping
cealed unless you stop to think and C. Frank Hoover
I \ r .j case he could have taken A's trumps,
t Ji\t:. and hi. suit cards were all good. If A figure out how the unseen cards must Futch.- Paul Canova.. J. M. Mitchell, : ,

ir 1 / had led another heart at trick three, lie illustration to give of you the,ante. It is of a fine l[. V. Knight. O. K Beasley A. Z.Adklns. U LI ... 0' OATMEAL --_-__-____...___...________
;f. iI; Z should have trumped in the dummy Importance| play L. D. Vlulng H. C. Ritch, I
(1.'f" \ with the king and then led four rounds ing for the all-Impoitant trick that will B. H. Lovell. T. T. Long E. H. JEWEL COMPOUND: lb. _________________ r.
( score game and of doing so from the :
of He should then have led .
A :,* trumps. very fiist card played. Smith Lonnie Harley, T. B. Mas- SNUFF, All Brands' ---- ---------------
1 i y either clubs or diamonds until A made Cleaning )
'L): W ;:fr his last trump. In the following problem, try your ale. L. Wyman, J. E. Wilson, It. J. Spring SOAP PRODUCTS, all lOc Size ..______________
'}; J.? In this way, Z could have made four'J' own skill in solving before reading the Davis J. R. Boring O. M. Inman CORN FLAKES
't 1 If however he ---------------------
j. the B. MeLondon.
spades. solution. H. -
':; 'f'. trumped Then compare results and J. A. Saul A. S. Crews, '
i;I' second heart trick in his hand and led thus obtain a valuable lesson or evidence R. W. Martin! Louis Hill NO. 2 TOMATOES ____________________ C
i -'J' a two rounds cf spade his hand was that Time is HereNow
(; :f., :'. ''i)"\,hopeless an<11.a would lose( his contract upon you failure are or pretty succrssw good,. dependent J.Torode T. Moore of Lawtey G. W. Roberts J. O. Godwin W. E. CELLO, 2 Packages ______- _________________ ,

>- MACARONI & SPAGHETTI, 2 Packages ______.
i Whitaker ot State FarmrITARKE
Problem and Dr. In the time to have
JTf'1tJnon" draperies' blanket
rots rugs
.. t<< i-A.J.I''" I HIGH JUNIORS ARE and other household good COCOA 1.4 Ib _________-_-.:._________
'J'' _C:5.-\ [j< j,0A AT DINNER U'OJIANS CLUB cleaned for the season. Our SIIIV AR'S GINGER ALE __ ___-________ 2

.'' 'eorta-nona : --- Hearts service In this line Is as efficient NO. 1 CAN SPINACH ___ _
-none --- ________ _____
;p -"i Clubs-0,6.! I Clubs- K, 9 class Bradford and prompt as our service -
r rt t, j Diamonds: J 1 D I DismondiK, Q High The Junior School entertained of the Friday on suits dresses, eta NO..l CAN TOMATO JUICE ______________-- '

a itSpaUes-Q ... -- .I >l>aucs-none opening In honor of the senior There will be no spots) or NO. 2 1-2 CAN SAUER KRAUT ___________

tt Sw I J i class at the Womnn's Club building rings when they return from

1, t tho rooms being gaily deco- a.
'.. I.\.IOtl\ < ,
rated in the class colors cf pink
r Spz4cs n.J and green. CASU S. JOHNS & CO.

'( () i If heart are trump and, t Z U in t' e faced to discard the sIx; of clubs An Informal course dinner was CA R L'S F / GROCEHS
t lead, I'.jw c.,n Y Z win all tour teic3g I Y uLKciuJu tie:' nine cf spades. U .nc.1 served by the mothers cf the jun. f ORN/ana Feed
t 9 it any I'.i'.fente: ? now discard a club or a diamond. lie with Mrs. O. L. Haynes as Starke DryCleaners
: .Solution/ : Z should lead the net ct c.innot discard the king of diamond 1101's. of the dinner committee. I
4 diamonds and
; discard the ten ofU'I\
for if lie does Dinner' served .maU tables
Z's four ul diamond was on
In Y's hand.: lie sliouM then lead theY
r'i 'jtn cf hearts. Now A must discard Yo ill be good. U, therefore Is forced to centering each were small vases!
? 1 lither a club or a :atie. Ha cannot discard the nine of clubs. Z now lead cf pink sweet peas and baby breath Fhk Your Dollars Buy i More HereE
a J;. ard a spade for. i If he does Y will the fo'ir of clubs and Y wins the remaining t'eatett at each table were two
t --t'' "icard: the jack of clubs and his nine two tricks. It U a fine example seniors] and two Juniors. The wait PHONE 28
\ ''ri t spades.f will be good. A, therefore, GIL. of the "double squeeze" ceases, who wore uniforms of the I .

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Yo"n, s6sf Btt.\T>FOnO COUNTY TF.t.Fon.\pn, STAKKK. FI-ORIDA r\nr.: HTVT.':
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tin''''iptH during m< nth 41.1
WiiiinnfH, cliirlntr irmttth _
I To l.al flue Don. I, 1991. >H 1.41
Whereas, the Supreme Architect, Radio March 30th .... OTn

r."f' Bits of In His infinite wisdom has been Program, Tho U. D. C. will hold Memorial KeOfllp lint due durllla N..v month. t fM
pleased to take unto himself Uvp.iplrlt wercisea hy 1st, Sunday afternoon War ran in durtriR month' t
51 of our deceased brother I Presented ky Urndroril ..,! .'..Iun CountUn flnb r.lrln ot 3 I o'clock at Crosby ceme- T. bal due Dew 1. 1131 9531581
Itlstrtrt !an. t *
mUM Crews and ery. Ti pal due Nov. t, 19SI 411.SU
% Whereas, the trestle board of Ms! R.TiMliln' durlnn month 138.8arriitttfl *
Ney&' Homo/ r>emon"ti"Ulon Room In for example: nix thousand straw- l.ot..V. ,'Pt-III l\'x17,IH'1''I'. \\ durlnir month 1
iDIp&l 51 Masonic life was such as to entitle Bradford and Union CountiesBy berry plants.I "O\'I'III.Y trlt.1'111.. 'I'A'rlO- Tn hat due fl..'. I. 1931 RK7.6CI
I I h.Mcliv rntlfy, hut. t th" f >i''' <'-
\ him to receive the white stone MK\r torisrv M-IIOOI. ITMHnulfoirl \ K
( Mrs. W. T. Newborn Worthington plan tod 25 cants worth of Irish ,. uritv. for the month ul :Ing :Htntpmnnl: uluiwlnir, halnmeH atthe
Concerning Our People, Business and m with a ncname., and I Club.) potato seed and dug four bushels'f November: 1931.lenernl. biifrlxnlna end at inn I Hiding; of '.
I Whereas the month heroin nhov. *fnt*d. and
by the faithful dls-
nice potatoes These' were keptfor ( Mrhool"' F..<]. .
of the receipt end tvnrritnm limited
Progress of the County and Town. chirge of the great duties owed to, A year ago the ladle of Worth homo: use: of course. The small Tit. hal duo Nnv 1, Itm D6.I8S.TII during.aid month. oorriminndN' with

God, to his neighbor and to him- Infiton Springs decided they could Receipts diirlna/a month __. 4,9408.1; the records nf my oltlce, nod In true
patch of vegetables furnished! Warrant" during mont i _.IR.OBitO.I:\ and I'lirract to the heat of my knowledge ,
..ij.I! .elf, our brother deserved the title not get along without some chide plenty of fresh vegetables for the To Hal. due UPC. 1. 18.11:\ .. ..,no.tllI and .'...II..'. I sum certify thaithf \, I
Psas252525' 5'25'52sz52,2.r25is252szSZSZ52s'S' 'I organization In the community. So, Dl.t.l \i > follvlnt I I. llt/ of all ,
<. 51t222S252555L; ;;!: ){ man and Mason, bo it therefore 'tastily of five. I divided with the > i n county
Tn hnl duo Nov 1 481 52Receipts durumltorlffM.. showing the balance la
:since I had been a member of the t+
J11c.e(" A Z. Adklna is attending HEATHER REPORT C Resolved, that In the passing of I neighbors and' canned 422 cans of \ during monthvaruiiitn each 1.h.. .. clone <., tho month he '
this week. Elias: Crews Masonry has Buffered homo demonstration club for several \ dinlnir month. ... in first em toil, and the ninountaertirtty E
court ''- Wiclenny: in North Carolina I said, vegetables for home use. This does Tn bnl. due !...". 1, 11I31 ___ 471.63i I l ryenoh *' |joltaand !
Compiled by Starke Branch U the loss of a valued member and I years not Include the strawberry Jules ,ut. N.>. aOvonlrnft ; amount of IntTeMr h.lloil or ar

H A. Bishop spent several! Forestry Department. the community of a valued citizen, let's have a home demonstrationclub" that I made from ripe strawberries.I Nov 1 ,. 070 91ISeoelym Iced durlnir ."It! month' by each adepunltorv ,
Mt durlnir mnnth ._ 4KA.64aritintN on account of rurr
In a little whll- had fifteen -
| m Hollywood last week. Week eliding April 12, 1932. andre had never canned very much \\ durlnff month -. la.00 dullv' balance. or time deposit
days hate Max. Mln. Prcclo It further resolved, Bradford ladles interested before and I felt that this would Overdraft l>.... I. 1931 tM.87Hlmt. VVItne.H nw hand this ,10th day of

Mrs J. K. Wilson and Mrs A. Z. Apr. 6 87 52 Lodge No. 35, G. & A. M.\. extendsto Since at this time our home dem- be enough to last for at least two vn tvtl. due Nov. 1\n, a. ____._.SH2S7ReoelM November 1931.A. J. CiniFKIS.

spent Tuesday In Jacksonville Apr. 7 89 67 his loved ones its sincere sym- onstration agent was away, I called and probably three years but whenI durlnw month .15 Nt IH County /Superintendent.!
JAdklns I .
month S7015To ...
I and Warrant.llIrlllll
a meeting at my organ- I ------ --- -
Apr. 8 84 58 T. pathy and while we mourn his absence found myself (looking over my I. bal. due Hoc t, IVJt ._ .31110.. Apr. 9 82 57 we rejoice In the reward allotted I jized a club which we hoped wouldbe supply only n few days ago, I realized i >l..a.0.: ... 4Tn .
_. ..
home demonstration club later bal. dun Nov. 1 64 SKarviiitR <
Mrs. S. F. Hamrlck was a visitor Apr. 10 79 52 .08 to the soul of the Just made a that If I expected to have can- /. ilurlnic" month .

Gainesville Wednesday after- Apr. 11 70 57 T. perfect. I Miss Jordan: came to us later to ned products for another year I '...un... diirlnK. month FLORIDATHEATRE ,
jia help with our program and with I To bul due D..o. 1. Pat! 6.11,16
Apr. 12 74 43 Bo It therefore further resolved, : would have! to can them. And I will Lae. Nu. a

noon. Total rainfall for week .08 in. that! these resolutions be spread on other work In which we are Inter can them too for they have meant. Overdraft Nnv I _. 117.7ftIteceiptH ,
_, .
ested. during month 1.174 84
Mr and Mrs. Pat Whitaker ofaanpn our records and a copy sent to the no much In our diet this winter.I Warrant. during'. month ."__ I40.0J

were the guests Sunday oftMre lIr!!. C. V. Simpson, Mrs. S. M.I bereaved family also a copy sent The next question was, where to had eight down jars of canned To bnl due tiro, 1, 10.11 .- 44U.47 ',ITo CJA1NRSVIU.E.: : FLA.
One of the ladies IIUI. No. V
? -
E M. Johns. Walker and Runsel Daniel, of to the Bradford County Telegraph! have our meetings /goods that wen especially pretty hal due Nov. 1 ._ ,_. 348.44Itecvlpti -

Gainesville, visited relatives in fee publication. I said there was a room over Ticks so I exhibited these at our during month rnoouAM UKKK run. nth
I the that had been used by Warrant. durlnir month __
Mrs D. T. Clark of Miami, Is the Starke Wednesday afternoon of O. P. RAYMOND, garage County Achievement Day last fall. To bah dua Hoc. I. 1931 __-___ 184.44
their meet-
.it't if< her parents, Mr. and Mrs. last week. A. E. DUNHAM, the men fur some of The expense for the canning and 1t1.1.u.. NOverdraft THURSDAY!=: A FRIDAY "I'
f ings. So we went to look at It. Nov. t 48i1.74Herelule
M. D Wainwright A. S. CREWS growing of tho vegetables was $30 i durlnir month __.. 1.01w'srra0t (/ OKOKOn AKLMS
Mr. and'Mrs. B. L. Bugg of Atlanta ..... The room looked impossible, In and by net profit was $14 OO. during: month ___. In ,
fact, it was one of the most dilap I Overdraft l>''o. I. 19.11 .. 455.74IIUI.
Mr J :M.: Mitchell and daugh- Ga., were guests Wednesday NOTICETo :My garden: : was very pleasing to \... lit "MAN110 PLAYED non" ; !II

tit ._ Lucile motored to Jack- .t the homes of Mr. and Mrs. J. M.. idated places I ever saw. To begin the eyes, was bordered with many: ,' To bal. due .Nov. 1 .,_ -?- 190( S I IKocelpln "

Ior & Wednesday. Rrownlee and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. patrons of the electric lightand with there was no way entrance<< kind of the old fashioned summer : Warrants durlnir Uuilnir month month -___,_ 6.80 tPATITRPAY '

Brownlee.The water plant. The hoard of except through a blacksmith shop. flowers. I bought a kodak to( make To bal. due flee. 1 I. 11)11 It*,14 .r.\N 111I4LOVYAi.TEI11IUSTON

Mr nnd Mrs. T. N. Llmbadgh of bond trustees have put Into effecta over old buggies and numerous other pictures of the garden and took all Overdraft Nov IIUI.I 1\... II__- __ as 79 'L,

l-alieaiHi! are guests of :Mr. and W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D. new list of rates for electricityand things up tho steps through a of them double exposure: Bo I Roeulps durlnir, month .. 11 :
loft before we reached: the NVarriinte" ilurliitf' month .__ 8H,70Uvonlruft
Itrs( (H L. Brownlae.Mr C., are issuing invitations to a sliver in the future same will be hay made have no pictures to prove to you !><.<.. I, IU31 .n v7.61 11EAST 01tTIiE; CITY" : '
tea on Thursday 21st to be 'dopteJ: without any discount. The room. I said It could be : use- ['I what a nice garden I did have Iut! 1)1.1.! 1\... lit: r
ablo but with lots of work. Overdraft Nov 1 HIS t ,
and Mrs. W. F. Butler of' given at the home of, Mrs. E. S. 10 percent formerly In effect will had have Imagine my surprise when ,. R.C.1111N. durlnir month ". 46.OHWarrant MONOAY A TUIRSHAY!: .
to some t'
"be discontinued and the regular First we said!! we Ire-I month 11.1)0
ofJ.tr Matthews.Mr. ceived notice from the state durluw"
lUnnie( were guests Thursday I "COIIRNS: : A KKI.L.Y8
How could this be done? ._ "I
rate money. Overdraft Dec. 1, 1931 TO.80U'
and Mrs. A. II. Hall. charged. We that I hid won third place '.'. .... ISOeMmft IN HOLLYWOOD" [ ;'
seeded the room now. I
--- end Mrs. W, L. Edwards All service to be paid by the 10th For we all-year Calendar Garden Program Nov 1 _" HI anifec.lpta I With ,I r '
ind Fredrika, and :Miss: of the month as bllleJ or other- :leclded that we would a of daughter on by
O. A. Anderson Lawtey, "
firs> Cluirllo
member to dollar member- I durlnir month Murray, George Sidney< ;t '
iprn 1 Tuesday afternoon with her Leah Struth of Jacksonville, were wino discontinue A list wril bgivl'n pay one onstration office.I Uvnrdraft U.> .. 1, 1931) _- .. I8D.80 "l'1.4t" ', '
week-end at the home of the superintendent on the hip fee; they contributed readily. convinced In a day 1p1,5.! 1\... IIIOv"r.lr..rt I ;i
guests surely am
another Mrs. W. J. Epperson. _
Then we went to work. We had Nov. 1 u __ 104 U WEDNESDAY l'
--- -- Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Struth. 10th and all services not paid are like this when we are trying to put Itecolpti durlnir month ..___ 49 04Warrants !
tops built on the outside of the ..__ "AFTKIl:: TOMORROW"With!
to be discontinued without further durlnir' month 180' i.
J Edwards ofLawtcy Into practice our 11/e at home program 't
Llttlo Ulsa\ 1> 1, 1931 _. .. 104.11 '
uilillng, a door was put up; we Overdraft 110. "t' t
Is spending this week with State's Attorney A. S. Crews and 'i')tice. As previously adopted the It Is very essential to have a I",'. III... IT
I Adkins attended the superintendent<< will not act as a -Grubbed floors, windows, put in Overdraft Nov I .. 117 onOD"I"I. CIIAKI.KS 'AIMtKLL
A. Z.
for aunt Mrs. A. Z. Adkina.Mr Judge tate Bar Association In Holly 'collector but will discontinue ser- panes and several whole windows. year-round- Warrants.' during rliilMnir month month__.. ._-_- 1.30 MARIAN NIXON ; (ff".,

and Mrs. L. S. Young of wood Thursday, Friday and Sat- vices not paid as required. It was We had to have a kitchenette. TRAP III SCIIEU UI.E Overdraft l>"o. I., IUI ._ 11020IIUI. :,'j 1 t'I l'I I

Jacksonville, spent Tuesday with urday returning borne Sunday.Mr. -rdered that this notice be given One of the ladles gave a used oil Overdraft N"V 1 No. IN .,. ._.187356Itecelpte COMING Tiuma. & FRI. ,. 1 ',

llr. and Mrs. Paul Canova.Mr --- ----.- ,- --' the public through the Bradford stove cabinet, another tables, and Our schedule changes March 9th durlntr month 17885 "TAIIZAN, TUB' AlOE !MAN"p: ,
and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and County Telegraph and that tho each contributed something needed and trains will run as follows: I Warrant, diirlnif II) 'n, I I. lllll RIfI.U!S 00Uvlilriift With j""

daughters, Madge and Miss Mary, rules be strictly observed.! most in the kitchen. We bought Southbound, loc"t No.1. due IN'I\ 'I'lir.ST: A *lKINFtlNI/ > JOHNNY WEISS1IULLER!: : f" i. a
and Mrs. W. P. Knight ofJladlson dishes and silverware nlso cre- a.,. a
and Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch will All customers_wishing to regis- ; Starke 11:12: p. m. I I I Slat. Nov 1 152036 p' ''h!, '
f \ the guests Sundiyf for ten windows picture of ,
were :onne {
upend Sunday at the State Farm ter complaints as to bills for nerM Southbound local, No. 11, due j I j' l ''I
|f and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. i White House also
the was given
( will bo furnished the i
with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Butch regular Starke 9:35: a. m. I :;fit ,

I .- --- blank for same, and the board( will in American flag, which added Southbound limited No. 107 due ?1,< .1 ,
| Mrs S. E. Carnoll and son, Cor- I much to our room. We had numbers "
I Mr. W. M. Wainwright returned make the necessary Investigation. Starke 10:28: a. m. 'j:11;:;
it Ormond are guests of her of old chairs given us.! We ''I' '
he /
Sunday from :Miami! where Southbound limited No. 101 due \
(rents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. painted them and made cretonne
Chairman Board Bond Trustees.RESOLUTION .
spent a week. Mr. WainwrIght cushions which looked attrae- Starke 11:00 p. m. \' ( g: .; t,
was a delegate<< : to The American C very Northbound local. No.2, due ( ,j.
I Mra. Paul Canova and little son, tive.
Legion Convention held last weekat Starke 5:19: a. m. lip I flIf :
this week in Jackson- I
vt spending I never saw a group of women i""
Miami Beach. Northbound local No. 12, .
Jae with Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Young. Whereas, the Supreme Architect work more earneutly than\' they did. Staike 3:31: p. m. I I 1'r"

of the Alt r and Mr". :T...F. .Et7"! rf It*t- in His Infinite wisdom has been1e1114d As a result, we have .a very attractive Northbound limited, No. 108, due i I (:
Mr and Mrs. J. S. Butch
t take unto himself! the and colorful assembly '
of l \ ? "
ford, announce the birth a Starke 5:58: p. m.Wunnoo
tats Farm were the guests Sunny i d ecid7ed brother, R. room. The kitchenette very coal "
spirit our !
March 28th. She ,
of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Brown- laughter. I and and have # l''
"* I[ venlent attractive we .jIs
S. and
Humphrey -
been named Carrie Geraldine. No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m '

e. Mrs. Shaw will be remembered as I Whereas, the trestle board of his ['ai;;;u : wand' silver... to serve twenty and No. 102 arrives 2:40: ,, p. m. :

Miss Ida Mae Conner, of Starke.Mr. Masonic life was such as to entitle I people. ..- except Sunda ".
Mrs. M. E. Edwards Miss Lois ,,, -
o2 t -.rraDV rJ
him to receive the white stone witha This is only an example G u ', -"'--' J'U'rtirln.
dklns and A. Z. Adklns Jr., mo 1" Agent.
:Maynard Jones and daugh- new name and has been done In many of the different :
red to Gainesville afteroon. -
Monday Whereas, by the faithful discharge communities In Bradford and
per Carolyn, and his mother-in- ; Blue Bun Sehedulr.Dally ) .
: of the great duties owed to Union counties. Therossa Home -'
law Mrs. Martin of Miami. are
effective Jan. 1, 1932. ,
spending a while at the home of God to his neighbor and to hlm- Demonstration Club took a school!! Northbound 5.03 1C9 rn' 111"4'-- /s t,
: a. m., : p.
I Mrs. W. A. Stern, Miss Lucile Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Jones, to be nelf, our brother deserved the title room that had been very much 8:19
: m.
m., : p. m. p. '
lmrhi.il Louise Stern and L'Etta near his wife, who is a patient at it the man and Mason, be It there- abused and converted it Into a ,'
Southbound-9:34: a. m, 1:3p: \ I
spent Saturday In Jack- fore lovely club beet '
jorponing room a working
the Gill hospital. I m., 4:34: p. m., 12:50: a. m.Tlcket.s ,: .
vtlle.. Resolved that in the passing o was held and the once stained and :
R. S. Humphrey Masonry has suf aged walls were given a coat of r
I FLORIDA FACTS Service Station, next to
( Mr and Mrs. A. II. Hall and fered the loss of a valued member paint! ; window shades made of yellow courthouse. -

Jiughter, Sharon spent Sunday In and the community of a valued homespun, and very attractive : s

|ickinvllle with Mr. and Mrs. J. The Over Sea Extension of the between citizen, andre draperies made of burlapthefloors Cloning, of Malls. SUGAR 5 20c; .\\t
Const Railway pounds
Florid East
Jackson.. of Florida and It further resolved, Bradford were stained end the other Month r w ,

I the mainland Lodge No. 35, F. & A. M., extendso furnishings were given a coat of ,
Key Wet his often been referredto No. 11, parcel post and letters ,
J MM J. R. Ielley and Mrs. R. E. his loved ores!: its sincere sym- paint. 9:15 dre'Blue
fowart of Madison, were week-end as the "Eighth Wonder of the pathy and while we mourn his absence Hampton Senior and Junior I : a. m. Rose Jcracii Lily
No. 107 letters, special deliveryand
Tue-ta ....f state's Attorney and Mrs. World. we rejoice,, in the reward allotted Home Demonstration clubs have special handling 10:00 a. m. flOle I '';:'
Jackson annually -
S. Crews. Gracevttlo watermelons county to the soul of the Just made\ been fortunatenougli"<< to get a North BUTTERSPoimtis r wH

ships more school and In this a
perfect.Ue new building
world. No. 12, parcel post and letters, '
in the
Mrs A. V Long and Mrs. S. T.eJ than any other point 80 It therefore further resolved, kitchen and assembly room was Included 3:19: p. m. ISclPound ; ::1 i

:l *t Gainesville spent Wednes- percent Jefferson of county the world's produces supply of that these resolutions be spread : for them. This! Is to be fur No. 108, letters, special deliveryand :' -23c ,

1y at the home of Mr. and Mrs. seed. 'm our records and a copy sent to nished with necessary equipment. special/ handling, 5:30: p. m. -- --. --. -"-- llt\
M.'Brownlee.U, watermelon tho bereaved family, also a copy Hellbronn Junior and Senior Club Night mall closes at six o'clock.No. !

The department could of agriculture feed 15- sent to the Bradford County Tele- have given benefit parties and 1, due at 11:12: p. m. .

MI'8. D. Vining has returned 000.000 estimates persons Florid If its soil producedto graph for publication.: raised money to furnish their club No. 2, due at 5:19: a. m. Swandown Cake{ Flour - 25c ](: ;
O. P. Brooker and Ral-
rm Troy. Ala., after spending RAYMOND room. Lawtey Wnnnta Branch 1
p.r'l! weeks there with her moth- its full capacity. A. E. DUNHAM.A. ford have been given vacant class q? 4
percent of all the :Mall closes, 7:00: a. m.
r Mrs, Forty-seven S. CREWS rooms in school buildings: to equip > '
Kilpatrlck.! varitles of trees which grow In Mall arrives, 2:40: p. m. \
for club rooms. Irish Potatoes Ibs. 15c .1. .
North America north of Mexico NOTICE Best 10 ,
Mini Mary Cinova Is spending and the West Indies are native to Time will not permit me going Cross City-Fisher's Market sold ,

R Week In Bushnell with her Into detail but we hone the close of to Melos Bush. "
rothrr 'nd sister-in-law, Mr. and Florida. the The U. D. C.'s are planning to 1032:) will find;: all Junior and Senior recently :'

tra! Allan Canova.Mrs. I Florida possesses largest have an all day cleaning at Crosby clubs of equipped with I
our county
I narcissus bulb farm In the United cemetery on Wednesday April 27. Peanut Mutter 9c #
club kitchens and assembly rooms Il
States. All persons owning lots are requested A W00COLUMN ,
F build -I
[ o. Shell of Lake Butler, The distance from Pensacola to because we feel It helps good CENT
|Wit Saturday afternoon with I to clean same before that community spirit to have! a place > i
West by rail Is approximatelythe
||rather and sister-in-law, Mr. and date. where we can meet together socially -'
New York ,
that from .1
same as
-1. W j. Epperson. I f- t -- and work together for the goodof ,

Col. to The Chicago.Fuder's earth mine on the BRIEF STATE ITEMS our families and our communities. GRITS or MEAL, l 10 Ibs.17c ,

and Mrs. J. E. Futch and FOR SALE: CO sacks 100 pounds
In Gadsden -
i fire outskirts of Quincy, Plant CItv-Third annual Straw- y
Mary Brownlee of DeLand. county Is the largest of Its kind berrv Festival held here recently. each, nice white milling corn I1 ? 'Tomtaoes
J spend this weekend with Mr. Sly Vegetable Garden For apply to C. F. Rivers, M
d Mrs )in the world. Stuart-Two small bridges to be
II. u Brownlee. Lake county has the largest built on county road beyond poor (By Mrs. J. C. Jones.Efeilbronn'Club. Lake Butler, Flo. 4-19-Zt tJo. 2 can 2 for15c f'Af' t

of diatomite In the world. .) : ; : %
I ML. M. B. Prevatt who has deposits farm. FOR SALE Crop, Implements,

II the guest of her dau hetr. With one exception. Okeechobee. Brooksvllle-Road betwen road I wish to state just that any stock and lease on place for a

H. A. Is the largest lake wholly within No. S and road No. 15: being resurfaced. kind of vegetable can be grown in Sacrifice price. ,
has returned to year or longer.
home in Green Cove Springs. the United States. railroad In I .. "- Bradford county*tift.1 had always f Inquire at S. R. Johns store. 4- MUSTARD Qt. Jar -15c
The first trunk line Tarnon Springs\ -Carload canned grown a garden a part of the 15-2t _

Vends! .Florida was constructed between grapefruit ,shipped from here re- year each year but had not givenIt 1 I

[ Ch4 of Mrs. T. B. Massle will ,[I Fernandina and Cedar Key. cently. I much thought until lllas Jordan, all 'l 1 n
to know that she Is home The coast and Ceodetle Sur".". Lake Worth-Immediate con- our Home demonstration agent, FOR -- I
In after several weeks Illness at I(I says Florida possesses 1,221 miles I .+_.,..',.n M'thorIzed for proposed gave a talk on "A year-round garden procelaln lined refrigerator 100 Coconut Baker' pkg. 5c

Riverside Hospital In Jackson- of coast line washed by the watersof federal building. I at our club meeting. January, Ibs. Ice capacity; practically I' ,
I rind 2.530 miles new. Price reasonable. Qulglev
the Atlantic: I Palm Beach Approximately 1931. It*

I- touched by the Gulf of Mexico. I $10,000 worth of new sewers will I took one of the State Garden & Davis. I

and Mr,. R. j Davis; and Florida be Installed here. I Record books home with me and
i'y' Scientists "y the pei i I A Daily Cash Market BROOMS each 1 19cI
"dry motored to to Daytona Beach ninnuli Is probably the only one Fort Pierce--Southern Lumber jet to work to grow a wellplanned For bogs cattle, horses! mules, w -

see Mr. Davis' grand- !In the world where the land in Increasing ft Tie Cfo., Indl-tntown moving garden. I selected a piece of milk cows and other livestock. I

; j1Mr. D. P. Smith, who Is on both sldea. Elsewhere headquarters to this place. ground that was near the house Poultry, second-hand wagon,

I there Is erosion on one side or the Panama City-Mln Lillian Kll and planted< A large variety of farm Implements and tools. Buy, I .pyy

,other. patrick to open clothing store op. vegetables. Some Wit liked already LARD,3pountls20t
rro'n' sell trade here. National Stock
It Mr-. :1. .1. Canova will Florida was the first part of the ",, cite First National Bank build- and others we had never: grown be-
Yards 2118 W. street
clad< to, !
-,;" know;' that abe has re- mainland of what is now North Ing.Winter fore. Conditions were favorable Jacksonville. Phone 5-0730. 4-1- W4K

e !''n J :ksonvllle where America discovered by European I Garden Preparations so my yield was very good I grew I 3t. J'A { ,

itut t two eke at Riverside erplorers: after the visit to New ,bring made for tearing up old block i

Y, the Norsemen In the I sidewalk! on MMn street and installing ? I
England by BACO J FLOUR '
Steam Phone 52 'fy
: year\ 1000.Florida. I new walk. Pressing Company ,
ar and lot"' rlnry'"reemnn" possesses 3.751 miles of I According to budget: approved at i

of recent meeting. State Road Department DRY CLEANERS Pound ?4 J3unds 55cr
enrY'. about one seventh
:J J't"", r'rut. from coast line or : 7/c -

tore St. tenbu1'l'. ,were the coast line mileage of the nine- will spend $272.850 on Suits Pressed 25c Cleaned and'Prt' ct/ SO' ,
: Stark bordering on salt wa- .1 roads in Hillsborough county this !
of states
It Wednesday teen
"'. ter i year.-Tampa Free Press. IJUto Cleaned and Blwfced. J. Frank Thomon, Prop. !I

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Voice of Florida"

1 I Raining high-priced rabbits does l"l"I )'Specialist.I.nan fame! Tallahassee Demonstra 1\\

I not present the way to a profit- III A-. F
: Conducted NAh1Ae1N t Awr
By /
< Mo Income for the unemployed The Florida farm problems I
to i b
and those whose Incomes have been I discussed at noon each <
L. T DYER, County Agent I I STORING CLOTHING day next
conditions -
recent economic
I depleted< by week during the Florida farm hour

MISS PEARL JOHIJAN, Horn prnnn..trntinn Agent according! to Dr. Wilmon I Storage facilities: whether for from state radio station WRTJT
t Newell, dean enl director of the have Just been announced
clothing In daily use or for that by the
G' | College of Agriculture, who cautions I Florida Agricultural
P. J DISEASE IN SEEDBEDS CUBAN EXPOSITION such persons to beware of the 'put away for the season, should Service. These Extension
SHOWS PROGRESS IN I provide for an orderly arrangementin programs will ': DELAY LEAF TOBACCO; I muring; Inducements at present beIng gin at 12 and last
. ACREAGE NEAR NORMAL: LIVESTOCK INDUSTRYThe I' held out by certain firms offer I chests, closets, or drawers. If 12:43: : cart-
standard time
tho closet is fitted with a rod to ern each day
ing high priced breeding stock.
Quincy, Fla.-Although: planting pnnuM Cuban Exposition of "Periodically," says Dr. Newell, i hold hangars, the space can be usedto Sat.Following, April Is the 16-schedule Florida :

1 "' Itaa been delayed In the shodo: tobacco Animal Industry, held at Santiagolist | "the rabbit raising: Industry la'boomed' beter advantage. Closets and y News and Hints. Farm Farm
filled with
Florida this on for the de- cupboards clothing
area of year weep, spsak well by high-powered promot-
account of serious outbreaks of I velopm'nt of the livestock industry j I ers who hold< out promises of large I II | should be frequently aired. A good 13 snapshots.Mon.
dlseaso In the seedbeds, to Dr R. B.TJeeker plan is to leave the door open every April The Farm Situa.
blue mold In Cuba, according financial returns to prospec- t
lr tlon Digest H. O.
Indications now are that sufficient' ettsoclate! In-dairy Investigations -I tive customers but who, in night. Clayton.Tues. .
r to set I Special covers are useful to pro April 19-Rust Mites and .
l plants have been obtained i with the Florida B"perl- "re merely feathering reallty'l I
Red Spiders Citrus
tect left for on -J. .
most of the shades and the acreage ment Station, who has just returned pocket books by selling garments hanging R.yat. I
son Farm
!18 not seriously reduced. from the Exposition where he stock at prices far above its real some time. Dainty covers for deli- Question Box.:
cate dresses be made of dim Wed., April 20 and Thurs.,
After surveys and studies of the Judged the dairy cattle. value. may Apr.
4' L. O. Gratz, associate to ity or lawn, and heavier ones for 21-Special program presenting
trouble Dr. head of dairy cattle, "Usually the effort Is made ,
of the Fifty-one general use of cheap call< in charge
a plant pathologist Jerseys, Holsteins, Infect the prospect with the idea
representing All should be tural Society meeting.
garments put away
North Florida Experiment shown. Five that he can raise many more rab-
g rf' nd Guernseys were clean. The fabric remains Fri., April 22- .
made the following ob.rvatlons. longer a Facing the Citrus
here, has breeds of hogs were represented.The bits which he In turn, can sell at SSOGsP
soiled the it Is to clean. Situation-W. T.
'r ,... section contained 640 correspondingly high prices. The harder Nettles. Control .
simultaneously poultry Many stains, including those fromp of Moles-Carlyle Carr.
"This trouble appeared of chickens, turkeys, geese, piper profits' on such an opera- Grape
and Gadsden pens rsplratlon, grow deeper in color Diseases and Their Control--Dr. A.
In Madison
and rabbits. Dairy prod- tion are easily computed, but the
pigeons, with time until it is almost ImpossIble S. Rhoada.
counties about February 23. It ucts, meat products, and honey, fallacy lies I in the fact that by the .
to them. Also
continued to spread rapidly and with many other educational: time the victim has raised his rabbits remove -
'long moths are much to at- ANNOUNCES FOIl STATE
more likely
shade '
was soon general over the attractions, were shown. Membersof hundreds or perhaps thousands -
tl, tobacco area. It was checked by the 5-C clubs similar to American I' of other amateur investors I' tick soiled garments than those COMMISSIONER AG1UCULTRE
have been cleaned. -
t the, severe cold during the second made creditable have done likewise and he finds thoroughly
I/ |I When i Orlando, Fla., April 7.
o- March and reappeared Immediately garments are put away -Submit-
week in himself unable to soil his stock at .
afterwards. The older shfo wings.Promlcnt The for the season, they must be pro n(N H.O.. _ ting his experiences as a farmer
fancy or even good prices.
pi 1. ._ : .
among the tected stretch- developer, business
against man and
severely injured but pub-
plants were TV f"ct th t rabbits do multiplyat
Y ; the sterna were not killed and, eon were an Imported Arabian stallion a very rapid rate always brings Ing, rubbing, dust change of color, ; conclusions are drawn. |( Florida in efforts to combat the lic official and sympathies with the

d aequently, many of these plants are and a registered Holstein bull ,uch a 'boom' to an early end. and insects. Coats, suits, skirts, I The Florida! Experiment Stationis Roosevelt sentiment. Some sayI growing and shipping interests of

i: growing nicely and are being used ihown by General Garardo Mach-and "For the average individual, and dresses are often best left now investigating the problem I these are employed by the Antl I Florida, State Senator Franklin 0

t in setting the shades. ado, president of Cuba. He rabbit raising offers no profits except hanging In the closet, provided from several angles, and probably i i Saloon League, while others contend King tonight announced that he

r, "In seedbeds where the plants the members of his official staff this attended on the basis of raising the animals they are covered. Circular skirts, in a few years will know something I j I I they come under the auspicesof had withdrawn from the senatorial

I'' rF' were small, the kill is almost com the formal opening. At for meat. The prospective heavily trimmed garments, or those I,definite of the effect of burning on the national Republican com- contest here and would be a candidate

,( a } plete. As a result of this trouble, time the principal address was given rabbit producer should weigh care- made of loose sleazy materials, tree growth and stand of timber as mittee. for state commissioner of agriculture -

< ; together with the cold, planting by: General Eugenio Mollnet, fully the fact that rabbit meat Is however, should not be left hang- well on grass production, establish in the June Democratic:

> ,4 will be delayed. However, If the secretary of the department of ag- not habitually purchased by more Ing because they are likely to ment of pasture, and grazing. "CHAIN" TAX LAW IS HELD primary.

11 older plants continue) to recover, grlculture, commerce and labor, in than a few people, that it must stretch. Dresses an dwalsta of del- There are indications that burnIng VALID BY HIGH COURT Entering the race, Senator King

1, + r; t the shortage of plants may not be charge of the exposition. Mention- compete with all other meats and icate fabrics should be carefully ( Uie woods Is not harmful, or stated that he was actuated "by g

aa great as at one time was fear Ing many livestock improvements, that the latter ari already abun- folded and laid in separate boxes. I may even be beneficial from the Florida's so-called chain store desire to render service at a time

v 7 ed." he particularly stressed the law recently dant and cheap.. When outer garments are put i standpoint of grass production, tax law was declared valid by the when the man with the hoe I h

tf passed which made possible "No criticism Is aimed at those away folded, care should be takento :.particularly with native grasses, state supreme court here Monday. facing the most tragic situation

tc } i FEW "CO-OPS" FAIL; I systematic eradication of the cattle who produce and sell good breeding I have the folds correspond as and consequently beef production, I The law, an act of the 1931 leg- ever known in the United States

1 : MANY GAIN MEMBERS. fever tick on the Island stock at reasonable prices and who nearly as possible to those Into on certain types of soils It seems Is!"ture taxing! all retail stores and when farmers, citrus and true
The poultry exhibits were have established a reputation for which the garments fall In use, and that eventually It is going to be warehouses but increasing the taxI growers and shippers of Florid

7 "We have seen( the failure of judged by an American, II. B honest business denllngs. Rabbot nothing heavy should be allowed to necessary to take Into consldera- ': '' ch li stores rn a graduatedscale are suffering more than their shar
fl Lanaden. former extension poultry rest on them. Garments of delicate based on their number and of the financial
has tlon the of soil well as' depression, large!.
but type
y f$ thousands and tens of thousands raising a proper place, as
) npcclallnt with the Florida Collegeof color should be stored in the darkto and tree cumber cf counties in which I bcc:use their interests for
i of business structures that we all but business methods and experience grass production growth year
Chairman Agriculture. prevent their fading. when they are operated, was upheld by a have been overlooked and sad)
hud confidence in, said are as necessary! to its suc- we are deciding whether to ,
1 Woolen and silk garments should tour and two decision of the court neglected by the state
Board In other field burn not to burn. depirtmcn
Stone of Lbe Federal Farm but we cess as they are any or |I
the ;
members of
be brushed Inside and It attacked of "
thoroughly was as unconstitutional agriculture.
ThursdayS of live stock production. At least a blanket law on the
'at cue of the regular It Is probably
i like to play, alao. out to remove moth gs. Moth I by a group of chain opera In a platform containing elgl
Industry before
conferences: -"credit, that I subject something more
S; press because we play BO much I millers and carpet beetles do not tors doing business in Florida who definite
wholesale, and retail buslneas about It Reduction of Registration fees definite baa been determined would : pledges, the candidate di
to ;
'' out of 12,000 cooperatives have been asked for purebred Jersey cattle over 2 themselves harm fabrics, but they La unwise. appealed to the supreme court dares that the "the 'Pardon Mi),
-and name the
{ however, our county agent says lay from which cater- when they twice lost decisions before shall "
since 1021) there have been like to years of age, effective April 15, eggs develop --0- go, and that "the powerft
+: fewer than 60 that failed and only more we work the better we 1032 to October 19, 1932, is an- pillars that feed on woolens and PLANS OF THOSE I Circuit Judge E. C. Love at political machine built up by tfc/
know are
1'' i'' one that we had anything to do play. Then, you must we nounced by Lewis W. Morley, executive silks. Cedar chips, oil of cedar, BLOCK ROOSEVELT Quincy. present commissioner of ngrlcu

with. I think that is a good record. workers. of out secretary of the American moth balls, and other repellents SQUELCHED BY LAW Justice Clenn Terrell wrote the ture," composed of "Innumerabli J

I think It Is an indication that the It Is largely because our been Jersey Cattle Club, New York, N. placed In the closet, the bag, or the majority opinion which was con- and unnecessary employes, se J

tr, ;y Agricultural Marketing Act has side activities that we have this V., the national organization of box in which a garment Is stored State Political leaders in Demo- curred in by Chief Justice Rivers vants, Inspectors, relatives, uscle''
able to double our membership may prevent millers from Buford, Associate Justice J. B. officials and
laying other
f helped somebody. You can look Jersey breeders. All eligible Jer- cratic ranks now believe that political parasites ,
i. l g back to when only one out of a year. Good social meetings, picnics seys past 2 years of age may be their eggs in it, but they should not Franklin D. Roosevelt will carry jliitfield and Associate Justice must take to the tall tin ,

thousand had any confidence In the and camps will bring many registered at a fee of 5.00: each be relied on to prevent eggs already every county in Florida. Tba popularity Fred H. Pr.vlc(, .". !Js Justice! Davis bers."
R when nothingelse
Into club
boys six-months there from hatching. writing a special opinion of con-
during period.
viability of farm organizations Into Rooseve'f is largely due .
p will. When they come
4+ Since 1017 fee of has been Hats when put away for the sea- currence. Associate Justices Arm-
$10.00 :
a .
iii Those boys ill most Instances organized think It Is all to_the'Tlt: !t that nearly all Florida -- (
our club, they may should be stead Brown and W.
son thoroughly T. Ellis dis-
for brtjahec
had 1 charged registering purebred !? ; Democrats J.
without capital. They believe he is the easiest
and fun, but we see that they
pity: if the sented
2 of triminlrjiJoa.7i L SV be with Justice Brown writing
Jerseys over worn
f and desire to develop a beth years age. candidate to win with. 1-
t nerve & and the product soon learn bpMsa'iiiil Vn t iiitii'lt.L'ftn'iuurto : ,:( ; : r-- --:-- --< ,!'. pt41''tis Tt:ls, it should be ripped In the minority opinion.TAKE .
h ter marketing system the preferential primary in VOTE FOR
JJrtteT'abetter record than we tire of playing! and swimiThi4r, off. If
we allows, each hat
T behind it. But that Is the funer II June, Florida Democrats will be
.. Wl-ist and that WOOl only we come together for some good should be in box --- -
.t h year packed a roomy tJ
( le
", permitted to their choice
:i -'ttFu, .o-t' ." Lt. 100 percent records turned< In. short talks about our good old ..- by Itealf, preferably with tissue express
for and thin will instructthe CARE
operlUvJs.the American Cotton They either have "to put out" or Club work. We must never forget paper, to prevent it from being president ranhlin O.
to the national
Cooperative Asaocintloa for in- get out. '0 make club work a part of every rubbed and marred. Felt or cloth con- TO B( AN ECONOMIST Iirngr

I stancethe! membership has increased Four social meeting are required meeting. hats, feathers, fur and woolen vention.J. IN PR.OSPER.rm THERi uc
20,000 In the last 60 days. do not B. Hodges, state chairman of IS NO FEAR OF YOUR
dining the year, but wa" Well I must say something trimmings must be protected I r
b has from 185,000: to 203-:: the val the executive committee, declares BUNG ONE IN ADVERSITY"
5 It coma stop with that. We know about our camp while talking about against moths in the same way as ,\
f 000. That shows that somebody Is to keep Last attended that Al Smith, Garner, Newton D.
ue of such meetings up our recreation. year: we woolen garments.
yt i getting coufldutice" in the cooperatives. tile fine club spirit lu our commun- a four day camp with the -Ruby McDavid Baker and others who declare they l,. rt''

% ." ity. Just a few nights ago, we boys of Union and St. Johns coun- are not candidates will not have "
Y about club and "i of Brooker TO BURN their names on the Florida Democratic
had thirty boys with seven our OR NOT TO
d} ANOTHER MEASURE OP COST grlls meet at our home for a good! boys there. We had forty boys In BURN TilE WOODS IS primary ballot, as the law ./2y:

time. We did not fall to have it '11, and our state and county leader MOOT QUESTION NOW requires the candidate must sign

, Il I i. While the loaning of money by either, as we played games out on ,. It was a real camp off on a his own petition to get this recog- 1 1d

,; tho Farm Board (made custodian the lawn for an hour, then we enjoyed lonely lake with four full days of There seems to be agitation in Ii I nition on the ballot. While you have heilth and.- "

Uf of the Revolving Fund, under the an oyster and weiner roast swimming, games, athletic contests certain sections of the state to ask Several Republicans from other by, take car* of theml While you t'

:f Agricultural Marketing Act) hardly for another hour. Some of our I swimming meets, and plenty the next legislature to pass a lawmaking j'''stales have lately been in South nave adcquaeetyl valuable poop.'Y.lnureli

] i would be considered Its primary club boys, with Mr. McGaulcy, our good things to eat. We will never it a misdemeanor for a I One of the nin&inennli of .....
function, the board has made an local leader, had gone over to the forget the gathering around the person to set fire to the woods. It economy ta the proper ufeguirdlna

f ; Interesting showing In that line coast and 1 brought back a load of camp fires after supper each eve would seem that as yetsuch a law DIL R. W. MARTIN of your Intcrua gaunt.torn by in.

1 The loan division of the Farm oysters which they picked up along ning. Well I cant tell it all herea Is a little previous. Doubtless the DENTIST Don't ddarlHAROLD

4+ t y Board organization is only one of the coast. They were really good, boy will have to go to find out. desire for It is based on the large 1 C. WALL

several divisions, Including cooper and many of our boys and girls And if he goes one time you can't number of woods fires in Florida Phone 83 Houni 9 to B

? ative marketing, economic, legal, learned to eat roasted oysters for keep him away next time. Therewe each winter, and particularly dur- Over Corpening's Drug Store INSURANCE

executive and Information. The to- the first time. When our pile of learn fair play and the value of ing the pnst winter, which was unusually STARKE. FLORIDA N q'
if tal administrative cost for the fiscal oysters and welners began to run clean recreation. dry.

; year of 1931, for all divisions, low, we gathered around the bonfire Many agricultural workers have .. 'SENATOR
s with a personnel around 330 was and sang numbers of familiar Don't Get Up Nights claimed that forest fires are detri- r

? '' fl,407,253. The Interest on loans club songs and said a few words Blake this 23c Test mental, while probably equally as 1 FKANKUN O.KIN9*

a {: made from the Revolving Fund, about club work. Such an ending riiyla: the bladder anally. Drlva: many cattlemen have claimed that Strawberry Plants of QualityWe

r t ';, paid In by cooperatives all over the always gives a meeting the 4-11 out impurities muse irritation and cxranalvo that r...ult aaldewhich In they give earlier grazing and are

I United! States, receiving service Club touch, and helps to keep up log. |alnw.. .baclcnrha, burning and beneficial. This Is a problem that have fine River FOR
k from, any or all of the Farm thft club spirit. gtttlngup nlvhta. nu-lvKTS. thabluiMor needs more investigation before Bottom grown berry plants

., Board's divisions and tho Stabllza-' Yes, we had several of the par juniper oil phyalicontaining* etc, works on the luichu bladder state certified: and fine as grown. Missionary, Improved -
... ,... ..... _
aloft pleasantly and effectively( 0
totaled anctixtor -
; Corporation, $4,760- ents out and of course, our county oil on the liowela. Oat a tee Klondike, 1000, $2.25; 5000, $11 ; 10,000 Stale Commissioner
xr 000, or nearly three times the to- agent and wife were there to help box (8 train. all) from your drug- $20. ElaKemore new and fine
tal administrative expense of the with the and ftlxt. Attar four days If not rallarvd very productive
l ; games songs. of getting. up nlghta BO bark and earlier than \
board for that period The annual ATLASThe Missionary or Klondike, twice as
picnics, coming ret your money. You ara bound to pro- of
the time when all feet better after this clannalnic and ductive. 1000 $3 5000 Agriculture
I' t RECREATION AS P.AILTA spring we are you Bat your regular alaep. Locallyat ; $13; 10,000, $25. Buy your
anvlous to take a swim and play Mitchell. Drug Store. plants through
OK OUR 4-II CLUB WORK This to Standard Oil my agents Brownlee Bros.. Starke,
gamei. year we are going
Join with other clubs of the county G. W. Roberts, Lawtey. If you can't see one of lie Experienced: Vn

sfl, (By Ortho 1C Matheny, Brooker, as we did last year, and enjoy a Tire GuaranteedOne them order direct, but be sure to buy our quality tlpal ({oauucrt and Faml" ::
a radio talk
? given over WRUF, real outing at Hampton Beach
I'g' : t Calnesvllle, Friday, April) again We have our state leadersas YearFrigidaire plants. Catalog free for asking. We can ship wlUi every phase: of Our Artcultural

Of course, we Brooker Club boys well as our county and local any day now you want plants. Need

ju r'i' Ike' to work: that Is why we are leaders on that occasion then when .....,........

%h -.j).lR J. BAUER Daring six years of In 1 1lntlve

R : Wake Up Your Liver Bile has always Service Voted Senator and FO Kit

N J STRAWBERRY PLANT MAN for the Agricultural late


-Without Calomel the three year guar-
t/j/ # } x 91. He IS NOW determl"'

__ .r .. -- ,....>.- anted electric refrigerator that the State A ricutt;
And Yonll Jump Out of Bed do.n'thl g bn.!fa not flowing rwr, your food >> "You'll never know how Department SHALL; .'..
digest I' Ju.'decay In th. 1 bomU.Cu '-0;. good that REAL AID and BEI-

in the Morning Rarin'to Go bloats. uo :your' tomach. You he. a Quickly Bleaches a cigar can be until you which the Farmer*. Tru: 1
thick,bad taut tad; your br II you feel sour and sunk and the often banks out In bl.mlih_ Your bn
world looks punk,don't swallow a lot ..........4'011'.... dawn and out Your..bol.IQ'WWI'Q vanish I bySmith's
ilk I-: ef) salt, mineral water, oil, laxative U polond. Dull,ordinary appearance
blemishes and defective featuresare I
candy or chewing and expect as Il AS8 :, A t'
gum htek.t..oocIoI4CART1I\'SLITTLm. :
under the lure of the .
a'( them to make you suddenly sweat LIVER PILLS to jot thww twopoom.lo of bUs I bewitching brauty instantly ren I FOB FRANKLIN tl J. WIN
tr hp and i Service t
and buoyant full of sunshine. flowing hotly and maka:you fed"up and up." dered. Beneficial in correcting e Y THE DEMC"J 1

For they can't do It. They only They contain _Dd..,,,,, barmlMa ....tI. tan, flabbiness freckle., wrinkles. I W 1 = SAME SIZE pm31.\R1 JUNE ,

w'' I 1 move the bowels and a mere movement \..ubU attract,amaxlnc...... U eonua t. GOURAUtfS I MORE HAVANA INSURE gtE7i'ANA'

doesn't cot at the cause. The making th.btta Row fraaljr. StationStarke t' HEAL EFFICIENCY ,
c : reason for your down-and-out feeling But don'lwk for Uvar pIIIa.\aIo'or Cartar1. OR1ENT4l Xielightfullij M g LD COMMON SENSE I>. f'
1 Sa your liver. It should pour out two Blue Line PUla.Look for tha Dame Carur'a ADMINISTRATION

pounds of liquid bile Int! ur bowel Llttla Llrar POla on tha rod Ia...... R_' n CREAM Fla. /. Lewis Cigar Mfg. Co., Newark N. /, Makers DErARTSIE>.T.
daily. ubKltat Want all 0 1"1.C."Co.
) ivncm w.t.w ftaaai aa* B.ifc.l fhada-
I ---. CO, Gainesville, Fla.

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11 U thine be .rt and lean not ------ - -- torch t'tst night stole <'IN'. on the 14th dAY of Mare), 1931.

unto thine own understanding In i i "'out ?gOO tr the Mayo Stat In. '."." h. IIIK' pri "I t at "ut n met'Una'I '
I m I t" \\1\11". A II HII.
ill r "ncy. and J.1'
1 1b \ thy ways acknnwle 'ye him anti ;I :\t"Wto or Florida in Slmrl Paragraphs t '.'''t here. 'ftin- overlooking!' $200 Miiiriin' milMrind. A ., (Jrlffla.Voruiiin .

1I I u' hall; direct thy p_itlis. Provo I 'mr r.rg'itl'ilil". bonds' no" falllnt I of i-nitl hoard., thn follow. I
35,0.: .IK' an 11: oilur, !pn I'odlnffK. were" ,
to reach more than $8.000 in a safe And. tu- 'ItMtMnlitM1 '

v April 17 within the vixilt.: The robberyvn Surrency prcHvntiMl a .' ,
.,., ,
,1 Alb M and upon motion of Mcm- F t
fb b| ward J is a lamp nclo my (feet, and alight onto my path.-Psalm 119:185.r"lTtrt : Consider our Limitations: Lord NEWSTnu discovered by W. F. Bell cn!>h.I I'er J. '!'. Moor., eeromled. by Member 7 I
make me to know mine end and [ n'hrn he opened the bank for >Hii-n-M'y, femilutlun wan put before, '
(Ihn board and all hnenh.rs
: irf JFUUa. All religious teaching, doctrine or tho measure of my days what 1t business today. He said the loss Aye 'and, none ; ? voting"

|}1 hf illlUlUS1*' creed, it they are to have any claim is; that I may know how frail I am. c. crud by Insurance. Mostof adopted Haiti r..ru\ ( .r.1:

JI and devotion of the people must be in --Psalm :09: 4. word* and tlirurrH as follow'
ha love, loyalty harmony with : the money' wns token from nfe- whvrea, at a meeting; : at thin.

*:Jff.ichin? heart u the Christ woes eoar'ld toJohn7. / 48 fold, and crevice April IS I ty deposit boxes in the vault Bell hoard hold on the, 14th day nf March ,
human and of whom it "NEVER MAN A New 1'i.ia! ; thnre was proeentol a petitionnlnnfcl
irt heartii Creation--Create in me OtIU EXCHANGES said the robbers failed to
IS MAN.I'lUitC" ." > BY I II open a, by more than IS per cent of 3
jjpAKB a clean heart, 0 God; and renew a compartment where the bank's the qualified elector who are free

Of Bradford und Union counties are Invited to use thli t\e. 'right spirit within me.-Psalm 01: : >-. W------_.., c ... __ cash was kept holder known, renltlinic and' designated within; the territory '
a* Special

._...rtment.;i; ace news freely of given church MId activities no churge, organization mude--the only and requirement announce-i 10. April 10 I F. H. Leopold caught a 300- II cumbers out of here to date, H->r- Bra
eenth.. -I ouch Items reach this office before Wednesday morning pound alligator\ with a seven-ounce 'tee county growers are receiving Tnmpa Maria Pereb 20 apprentice thin Board in call an elertlnn to determine 1 .(,.' I''

Mpg thllt lHB they cannot be handled for current Issue. In expressible: Peace: The peaceof rod and No. 15 thread lIna In Ten high prices for their vegetables aa cigar bander, has been Hhall. !eau.whether bond eald In the school Hum dlitrlct of 'I } I I'+

app rwl God which paaseth all understanding -,!I Thousand Island off the southwest I the bulk of the crop is nearly Me-"M"nr>fended by the executive AOO.no for the nurptice. of ariulrlnf.17'f.\ 'f

shall keep your hearts' coast of Florida he claimed on his ready to ship. This week fancy committee of the Tampa branch of bulMlnw en'.-lnr, furnlHhlna or ( .y I
I II (Acts 7:2-3): ) His father, Terah and minds through Christ Jesus I the TobaccoVorkers' Industrial otnt-rwlHtt Improving bull r his cucumbers $8 to ';,
He said brought
arrival here today. : growers Hcnool wrnuiiilR or fur any otherxclnlve
SCHOOL went with his to Haran .
I II II family
I SL"ND\V Phil. 4:7.: battle with the reptile continued $7 a hamper cash here, with choice inlon as n delegate to the Soviet use of tiubllo free et-hoole "
LESSON' I II where they lived until the father within Haiti Special Tax School 1)1.! ,
I April 20 for one hour and 20 minutes. grades selling for $4.50: to $G. Beans May day celebration at Moscow It tart, to b. need by the white chil '

I I died.Our Prlue a Pitfall-Pride goeth be- sold for $4 to 93 cash while tomatoes was announced here today. Ratification dren of Haiti. tlimrlct, and thla Hoard

lesson begins: fore a destruction and a haughty of her selection by workers h"vln1r1ly rnnttltlered ald petltloa :
Tallahassee Receipts at the started off at 90 cents a .
and the facta Mated therein anil hay
FOR APRIL 11, 1038: "Now the Lord had said unto spirit before a fall.-Proverbs 16: state treasury during March ex- lug, with the demand reported In- here Is expected Monday. She IIIK determined that ald petition \Is .
Abram. Get the out of thy country 18. I' Is the first communist delegateever signed by more than D6 per cant of
ceeded nearly creasing. Strawberry prices also
expenditures by the qualified elector* reeldlnv Issaid
and from and from
thy kindred \
Subject: The call of Abraham. April 21 i $200,000 State Treasurer W. V. shot upward and the average was appointed from Tampa and Hpeclal Tax Heh w; PlRtrlrt I No.
thy father's house, unto a land thatI King of all the I. and that the lHuanc of bonds cprayed *
Golden Text: "Thou shalt be a Earth-God Is Knott reported today. Receipts 12 to 13 cents a pint. knows nothing of RUll hlieI' Detection for I therein I III necessary. and "
will shew thee And I wilLmakeof
: the king of all the earth was considered, reward
blessing." Gen. 12:2.: ; sing ye were 3263626.37 and disburse a that said petition fully compile

Lesson Text: Genesis 1219.: thee a great nation, and I will praises with understanding ments $3,088,001.66. The treasury Brndcnton-Sam. Mlnkln Bra- for her activities the cigar.makErs with lloeolved.the law..: lly It this I*, Hoard thnrefor. of Publln

place of Lesson: Haran; and bless thee and make thy name Psalm 47: 7.I'RESBYTERLIN. balance on March 31 was $4,813- denton business man was exhibit- <<: strike several months ago In I InMtrurllon In special meetlna. on

I great; and thou shalt be a blessing" -- which 9,000 workers walked out Ibla the 14th day uf March. 1931.
of his
I to
ing a object patrons
231.74 compared $3,637- queer
Canaan. that It l I. exi idlent and for lie beMIntereet
When God's call first to
Time: About 1025 Before : came 608.88 on February 29. establishment today. It was an egg causing a skirmish with police and of unld\ Hpenhkl Tin Hchooll
the family at Ur Terah the father a federal Injunction.Tallahassee l>llilct No.: 3 uf llrailford County,
I within an Finding two yolks : :
Christ I with Abram his and Lot his Serv'-es egg. I Florida, that this llnarit on behalf. of
Introduction: "Our lessons omitthe son Sunday April 17. Palm Beach-This famed society in one egg Is quite common, but naltl Dlittrlct do InHiie and Hell bonds '
grandson and their families trav- 10 a. m. Sunday J. M. i The 'In the amount of 17,00000 for
school timetollingbells thepnr.l.e
story of the birth of the first resort is looking: for another pied the curio shown by Minkin Is rare. ,
eled from Ur to Haran where they Truby, supt. in the of the an Hinted In Haiti p.tltluashove
children Cain, tho elder, a farmer piper. An invasion of rates following Tho outside egg was four inchesIn belfrey Presbyterian rererrtil to. ,I
remained for a long time until Ter 11 a. m. church here silenced He It Further
Morning worship, ser- I were llcitolvcd that altl
and Abel the younger, a shepherd.They the usual! closing of winter length while the one was
bonds shall be In the denominationof ,.
ah died and Abraham became the mon by the and Florida's y d
omit also the divine requirement pastor. residences for the summer months normally formed. The freak egWA'I /{ today capital was $1.0(1000( each, hat hondM shall '\

of a sin-offering in blood-a head of the household. 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor, topic Is taxing the defensive powers of laid by a Plymouth Rock hen, left without a public clock. The hoar time of June let, 1911, with ln. Y;
Now God calls Abram to l ter.nt, tht-rxnn at the rate nt l\\!lo( per'
again "Putting Purpose Into Life. Leader ancient clock had no face and It \
requirement running through the the town council. The presence owned by Minkln. vent per nnnum, payable on the l I. I "
bible and having its climax: In the move on to a country unknown by Gratton Ccoper. of "ring tailed" rats in increasing had no hands but faithfully for day nf June, end the lt day of Dacember i'" '. 1
Abram (Abraham) but ho was to 8 m. Evening it tolled out the hoursof nf earn year, and such> horde I }.
p. worship many
death of the Son of God on the song numbers was brought to the attention West Palm Beach Mrs. years to borotiio' due and, payable .. folItiwet r
travel as directed and by faith to and sermon. the day and night, and Its ringing : ,
In the
cross for the sins of all the world. of the council at a recent John Jansky prisoner coun- I
the land which God would show Prayer bells could be heard for blocks One Thousand. rillnrn, on June leer I
They do not tell how Noah was Wednesday at meeting. ty jail hero, tonight took a glass of 1931, and tin. thousand dullnr on

saved, with the animals and his him. You may now live and trust 8p.m. Ice water but refused!: to otherwise around. Now the old clock has June lei of each of the "...r. ISDtto ,,

God expecting-- him to show us the A vordlal invitation to all passed on, removed by workmen 1841. InuliiHtv.
our break her strike which she
family In a great ark which he TallahonBee-The Florida railroad hunger The prlnrliml, and lnt rt of Bald '
built The account relates the re- way and the goal. God promisedto services extended to all. commission will hold a pub- started late Wednesday. Her 70th engaged in remodeling the church hotid hall, .b. payable at Ih* aCtIve 1
Abram he that has stood for a hundred of the Hanover National Hank lathe
a blessing now
as years
peopling of the earth by the three lic hearing here Wednesday on the hour without food was passed tonight City of New York, Hint of New
does to all who obey him. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTThu on Adams street, midway betweenthe York. 3'
Mrs. Janaky and her husband
ions of Noah Shem, Ham, and Jap- complaint of the Strickland Trans-
"And I will bless them that bless capital building and the gov.el'uor' Ke It Further U.*nlved. that an +' its
beth, giving birth to the Semitic portation Company, that Its routes are being held In the county elct'tltm be lind the cents I I. hereby. ?
races from which the Jews came thee and curse him that curseth World's Conversion and schedules have been Invaded by tall on charges of arson in con- ", mansion. Even though the I called tu b* held at the ..l'h.,1I ')I
thee: and In tree shall all fa mil leg (Continued.) clock passes however, the old-time I house hi Hamilton Florida, on the y,
nection with fire at their homo
the Hamitic from which the Ethiopians the Central Truck Lines, Inc. The a I luth day of April 1D.1J, In detiirni-
came, and the Japhetlc of the earth be blessed." Paul 1. How will the day" of the state commission today announcedIt here. The hunger strike is Mrs.fannky's feature of the church will be pre- Ins whether said" fonds hall lie MHuoil rL, .

said "By faith Abraham when he Lord come upon the world? "For served. It Is the gallery once oc- it* herein. described and that }
her arrest
from which the Europeans and bad granted the application of protest against at elicit election, the quantum to .b* ',
Americans came. I was called-went out not knowing yourselves know perfectly that the the Southeastern Greyhound Lines, and Incarceration.St. cupied by slaves when they came mibioltttul. niiall b* "For llund" or .

: whether he went." God promisedhim day of theLord so cometh as a thiefin with their maulers to worship. It "A 1I'.t. Hondau
Next the of Shem Inc. for a change of bus schedules
generations It I* Further Repolvett that. there I
are traced, down to Nahor, the that be should be blessed, and the night. For when they shall out of Jacksonville. Petersburg Arnold, a will be retained in the remodeled lie appointed, the following. munilKre :

that in him all others should be say Peace and safety; then sudden coastguard sailor, is structure. : 1\1. 1.. Walters. O. Ilaynee c +, ;
very, very
(father of Terah. And Terah had destruction and Jeff l-erry and 1. J. Wynn, a. Cl
blessed. No one can fully enjoy his cometh upon the .
cautious when lie's and
drinking cli-rk of call elertlnn.It I
and Har-
three Abram, Nahor DeLand-The activity shown by .y
sons and they shall not Panama City Modern Auto- I.I Further '11bulldlnir 1
own blessings unless he can In escape. But ye So UeHolvcd and Or
driving city police. several -
end Haran died leaving fruit thieves In this section have say
an; early, motive Service Installed new equip dered I that the foregoing renolullone I'I '
some way pass them on to others. brethren are not in darkness that nights when what he ''I'I piihllHhiid In. Iho
ago llradftird ,
one son Lot. Thus the history of necessitated the employment of ment. County ,,, i o
"So Abram departed, as the Lord that day should overtake you as a, thought was a red traffic light Telirriiph, n newnpuper. publlh
the ancestor of the Jewish armed watchmen by several large .
great In llratlfuiil County Florida, .anrtimbllcatlon ,
had unto him and Lot went thief. 1 Thesa. IS::2-(. '
spoken ; flashed before him lie hit ,,1 iw
brought b ,
race the Abram who fruit It was learned to. : for the period of four
Not growers 1'110'1'11'1 TO Urn-rang' AM IJ CHea.1'1'0ltl .
with him: and Abram was seventy .There will be two classesin c'onnetiutlve week b'AlanICg on I I he18th
car to an abrupt stop and waitedfor '
cams to be called Abraham, whose day. The thieves who In each :day of Mnreit 1932. there ta P ,
and five old the world then: those in dark- iP
story is to constitute our lesson.We I years when he departed case show a fine sense of discrimination the light to turn green. Ho Notion In hereby given ant nil in* no nwpui publlnlied. In nnlilMpeclal .
i out of Haran. And Abram took ness, who are looking for a time of waited and waited in vain. Two creditor, legatee, dust 1 lrtl..C". and Tax School uimrtct. N,>. 2.
find Terah with his Abram in to the and ly
sons regard quality
all pel-Bon having claim againstthe II. D. MAY,
Saral his wife and peace and safety and those who
Lot his broth ; T
policemen were attracted to the estate "f I. W Klckltter I0ceuHnil Chairman' Hoard nf ,;
and Nahor, living in the Im- grade of fruit, have, in two known < Pulillu lootrud- t
er's son, and all their substance are not In darkness, who are look- scene. They smelled his breath nr* hereby requentert. to pre lion/ of Bradford County Florida .i t
portant city of Ur, in the southern I Instances succeded in Inflicting '
I .1
clnlm HIOAI.
'ntheir to the Honorable ( ) .
Ing for the day of the Lorda
and they went fc.'th to into the day
part of Babylonia, between the Eu- go considerable loss on grove owners -.rid took him in on a charge of deli. A. Sardlner. i-miniy Judge nfMrarifctrd ATTWHTl ; P
land of Canaan; and Into the land of waste and destruction-the com- driving while under the Influence County; Florida, for hl.approval A..1. ciniFTia' .'t2 I
phrates and Tigris rivers. Both of and several other cases of attempt'' within: one year from date Superintendent Hoard ..f Public Intriictlnn I
of Canaan had ing Christ and the end of the -
IOns were married the wife of Ab- i they came. They theft have been reported. of liquor. Arnold had stopped his hereof or this not If* will b. held In -f Hra'Tord County Fla.,
many slaves and herds of sheep, world. See Jer. 7: 1.19; Dan. 12:1: ; I car behind a red warning light on bar therein, and all per-on Indebted and ex-offlcto, Secretary; .1 sale! ,
Sarah then called 8arral.
rara being : to anltl estate am rctiueated to Uo"rd. ,
cattle camels etc. Joel 2: 1-11; Zephanlah 1. B.IM.IL-.li a
a street car safety zone some distance -
Wauchula-With 30 cars of cu- pay thlrnlil iletit forthwith to
I God called and Abraham obeyed; 12. What will some who are in from the Intersection. The the underpinned executor. 111I11'101.V'I'ION'
was the chief of
the time and a center of seaport commercial God promised and Abraham believed. darkness say when they hear about shall they learn any more." Micah light there never changes. Thl alb,IA day'.. V nf f.lk,1Tlil.1?: WK.KlMlAll .. At a peclal' meting. at the nnardif i.. ,
Hardships the and dark the Lord's coming? "Knowing this ( Publlu Inelructlon of liradford I
on way 4: 1-3. See Isa. 225.: : M. TliOMAH8 ,
activity; it was also religiously County, Florida, which ipeotal meetln .
important as the chief seat of shadows of doubt overtook Abram first, that there shall come In the Note.-Notice, this Is not what Tallahassee-One completed unit t-6-l U-ecutnrn wa held pureuant to call of I+

but his faith in God did not fall. last days scoffers walking after the Lord says but what the Lord. and several studio models of sections which all members had peraonal' nn- .dl
the worship of sin the boon god. NOTICE 10 .. Aron ('DES lice, on the 14th 1ay of March, ISIS
The story of the preparation of The lesson shows that Abram their own lusts and saying, where says many nations shall say in the of Florida's proposed S2SO- fITORS there being. premiiit *t Much' meetlnc tff' '

of passed through the land of Canaan Is the promise of His Coming? for last days. And this is the very ,ou Century of Progress exhibit at Notice In hereby. given Hint all II. I). May, A. II Burrenoy, and J. T I
Abram for the
,, ..
being progenitor Moor. .mb. anil A. J. Clrlffl.
the chosen nation, as it constitutesthe where the Lord appeared to since the fathers fell asleep all message now heard on every handa the 1933 world's) fair In Chicago creditor.nil per-onn. lejrateoM hnvlnir, dtittrlhutee claim'. axalnet and "Secretary nf laid board the followIIIK //4J,, ',

foundation of the national his- him. saying, "Unto thy seed will I things continue as they were from great world's peace movement; were on display here at the statecommllllllon's the ...laC. nf It. S. Humphrey deceased among other proceeding: were '' Ihad
give this land." Abraham erected the beginning of creation." 2 Peter are hereby requvnteil.. to pr*. to-wltl I + ,
detailedwith a call to nations to disarm to go capital office. The Member. .ntirrency. rreeentnd a
tory of the Hebrews, is Pent their Halm to the Honorable'
fourteen 'Kara wherever he stopped on his 3:3.: 4. to war no more and to profess re- completed diorama. was of the ten> A. Oftrdtner I county Judge of rolutlon and upon motion of ".m. Yr, '
great blnuteness, Journey and worshiped the Lord. 13. What will be popularly taughtIn ligion. Mountain Lake Tower at Bradford; county, Florida i: fur bin up. bar J. T Moore, eeuonded, by Member y
Singing Hurrtncy, reHolutlon { .
chapters being devoted to the one proval wllhtn' use y.er from date wa put beforethe l 1
hundred and of "And Abram journeyed going on the lost days ?. "But in the last 14. What message Indicates the .rfike Wales. The studio models hereof, or this nutlre will; be, held In board nnd all member voting

seventy-five years still toward the south." days many nations shall come true condition: of things ? "Pro ave three-dimensional reproductions bar thereto, and 811.) permin Indebtedto Aye and, none Nay: resolution' wanatlnpted l ,
Abram's life, while only eleven ald eMtale' ..r. reiti| .Mted to pay uM resolution being In i
chapters with the two S and say, come and let us go up to claim ye this among the Gentiles r>f citrus and naval stores. their nnli. debts l forthwith to the words and flirure. a* follow: r. '
are occupied DAILY BIDLE THOUGHTS the mountain of the Lord to the U"I.I"n| l exertitnr.Thl Whereu.. at a meeting of thle
wake the
Prepare The
unit and the models
war mlghtvmen completed
up /
thousand or more of the board held ori the 14th day of March t'if
years lltll lay uC harsh A. n 1932. II
world's April 15 house of God of Jacob and lIe let all the men of war draw ere made by Charles E. Plastow, A. 8. CKKWH, less, there wa presented a petition. ; .

history going before.It The Law A Delight delight to I shall judge among many people and 1 near; let them come up; beat you \n English artist now In charge r.tt.et- Kxeciltnr: signed tlie' qualified. by morn eluctoi than 95 who per 01 nt of :;' ,

'ppears thit God had called do thy will O my God: yea, thy rebuke strong nations afar off and plowshares Into swords and you )f the commission's studio at Do- *Oil CM Of I holder, reHldlna within the are terrl free. ,

Abraham from his father's home at law is within my heart.-Psalm they shall beat their swords into pruning hooks Into spears: let th' .and. At a Hpiiciiti' invMt. ELECTION, w Hoard ; tory Tax known ant dr.Ignate4 a* Hpeflal J; '

L'r and Mespotamia before he 40: 8. ploughshares and their spears Into weak say, I am strOll g." Joel ,3:0: of Public Instruction of JrWrordCounty liradford Hcluiiil County Illslrlcl Florida. ,No.praying I of '

dwelt In Haran, and said unto him, April 10 pruning hook: nation shall not lift 10. Mayo--.Robbers who cut through wit, Florida held ,pureuant which/ .special to call. meet.Inn of this termine Hoard to call an. election to de 11" I.It J <.

Get e. thee out of the country." How to Tni"t--Trust In the Lord 1 LIT) a nwwt'
. tidu.Oil fop Ihe purpose i\t requiring "
'0"I ', enlarging furnlihlnir: or: ,

DOROTHY PAR-NIT otherwise /Impruvlnw bulldlnic, or r /i ,'
By Charles McManus Mchool cround. or for anr otherHxrlUMlve .
ties of public free schools
within said. Special! Tax School' !>1.! ,
WHAT ArIE f wt.4. 'r DOES trlct, to ue used by the whit chll .a/l '
IOOlalt"in ( l WOMOERI THAT dren of mud district.: and this Hoard ? y:
9 HE. LU
DOROTHY HE WANT? I HOW HE.UL. / having duly considered ...1.. petition
/ COME OUT and the faot tatd therein and. hey t 1
(COME OuT \ OF THA TwtOGr ?' I lug determined that said petition la i
:::.: signed by more than ft per cent of ;. ; 1
the qualified elector I
re.ldtnIr &,, 1
J.I c1 ulil Xpeclal Tax School IxmrUt I No i'
i, and that the l. uance of bond a. 1
LIES CONNrt A5K c::::=:>
I WOULOMTPOSITIVELY prayed for therein I I. necessary, and I"
S 7 PAP5% IF HE HW 9AY c:::::' =L: Ct' that said petition fully complies .ti:! f'' l
/J LOOT 1 with the law 1III, therefore
/J MYSISTEft "" cra'; Iteeolved.' Hy this Hoard of Public 'i .
\. FOR .') c::::, I Instruction: In: special meeting I : oa :
'J hi., the. Hth day l or March UJ. .
: :: II that It I. expedient and for the best
w .
.. ._ie.ie ui emu cfpeuial 1 Tax Hchool '
0 Dlntilct No. i at Bradford County ,"I 1
) \ + h. ) ) aid Ulilrlct do Issue and cell bond ,1 j
rr.l: ? c t n UrES'Yj. In the amount of 17.01141.041 ror the 1 q

\ .. purpo. an crated In laid petition .n' t t f
n above referred to. ,
L .t / lie It further lleeolved that laid .I.'r '
bond hell b. In the denomination i I1
--" of $1,00000 each, that bnnde.hell 't' '
fir. -r.a_ I bear date of June let 111, with In- I/
t 1itr I tereet thereon at the of
rate 6Vt percent
) --
1u e per annum, payable on the let JJi.11 i.
dI day of June and the lit day uf Ue- t.
comber of each. year, and such bola. n. j
1 1C.eL.M I to lows become due and parable a* '01. ,: 1/.. I ,
I I.
.. One Thousand Dollar. on Jun lt. ,
-- 1
.... 1915 and one thousand dollar OB I
June lit of each of the year 19)4 '

'THE MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET I to The If41 principal Incluelv and Interest of laid I 1 I', b

By L. F: Van Zelni Ijpatty I of bond the hall ilanover be payable National at the bans olflee in .i ((1 ,.

the City of New' York, State of New. ti 1 k '
HUX/ Vork. t, .'
II J Uuss
A'IJ I CUt) lie It Further Resolved thai aa : J
ME AtNY: WUQTWE g election be and the earn I I. hereby d' a
MAIN 5TREET'S "' 'EM cl1SS called to be held at the School .'
JUST WANTS" = house In Hampton, Florida, on me
SfQQTlNg <;ItEET'CtR'S Me IF Uth day of April 112, to determ J .' n
; lr BSS E g i. J! I
-. -.-" rv ( 04 SAM. J WANTED 'EM ine whether send bond. shall be l I.- ;
MAXC A FUSS \ cued aa herein described I and that ( ,
: WORSHIP Sp EAI< Tee ., at such election/ the question to be J.l!
.TAMMY, MY OVER HIM uunutted shall .b. "For Honda" or tif'' I gl

'INJUREi HERO r HERO TELL. E : "Against Bond. :t : I .. f
I "
'D fr It 1 further Resolved' that there \ ,;' v
M6 YOU ACHY Jtau4T be appointed the> following mun.- It' ; ."
( 't"e .. .
If.r.If. I I.Vult" "n. o llaynee ,(i"r
SAM SUCK\ DEMON and Jeff Perry and I* J. Wynn, ae R t. ,
clerk of laid election. ."
HALF BACK OP TrlE It I. further Resolved and Or- \A1 ..
1 3 :. OH r'H: t3 iler>-d that the foregoing resolutions t J"'i I H
MAIN STREET MONARCHS;! < ) AVEN't ue i published In the Uradford County II< 'r

WOK Mt-3 P GuLAR. .. I -r'AI In liradford County, Florida, and 1 t
Hop AT TRACT ICE publication be for the period of four ; fr Ii
c nonitecutlve weeks. bea-liinln the 1
rSTERV; : .;Y. 11_ p IDth day. of M.irchyM.. there be, ail JR",

ALL Tii! In*: no newspaper published In aid. ,1
Hpeclal Tax dchool Uintrlut No. X. 1
FLAPPED To H 3 AID II. l>. MAY, rl \ .1" I t)
Chairman Hoard of Public Inatroe- I
SAM" GOT HI[ .00C, lion of Bradford County Florida. t 1
A'1OutfT OP -. ATT kit: *'r I : "
FETTtr'il .:;.. aMKMlu. *u. A. j. oRirris IVif 1 t

.. ... L .. ,&_ '. Superintendent Board ef Public laatruotlon ;t.; .. I
of Bradford fr
; County fla.,
and *.-.ttlal... Uecrelary: S aaM re ".i"
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Telegraph 1, ire not ta1k'I about the bellow1Ing 1 --- i rpot(nil t Annoiincemfinls I-and and upport courteous will manner be. apprecia. V 01.""'

Bradford County: bull are you?-Green Cove -I LOUIS 11 Ut, (

I| From Other Pens I Spring Times. f STATM to tha BENATOBIn RturtTMtlon of ,
I -sijSoo ateImt renponne f horeby ann t im .i mynfi,. ;
Established 1877 ; many. frtondK, and b..U..vlntr that 1 1nn 'dldat. tor the office of A, 4I f
h. of valunlilc ..rvh'. to trunr "Paxen of Bradford County I'I
Crescent' City Journal reports "" 'l.> nf thlo i-not'.rlal dlntrlcl r.. the wlHhitn of the v..t", '." Ji

Published Weekly on Fridays; ) and Entered aa Second Class Radio proRrnms are wonderful that all the babies! look JuM like r ( o Classify i'nin, aid, I of h..llby I'nlon announce. an their mothers until after the primary. 11I11" 'II
!Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida thlnRi.! Starke Tel e g rap h."Things" a candldt t far .t"tI.Democratic sonatop.Kuhjoct tha fa"o... lnformntl..... ," .
Keep on expo lng this campaign QfSr By RUSSELL KAY to the will of the datlon and courtexlen tla ;;
Is right InvernessChronlc14" at the primary election on
thunder and candidates will Sccrciar), Murnia I'rcu """" ........ I Jun v.itors 7. 1932 ,1 am In favor of and 'given through. .that. offlcT .. IIr..clal. I.

E. S. Matthews __ _" ___n_ _______.. Owner and Publisher --0-- >iave to bust something original I i will rdtlon worn fin'tax it the r.SI'e"s...du<.tlon or and lunnlnir In- vot. a..d your a..I.I..n'.rlnu..... cunl '.t ( '

Starke Telegraph. A lot of candidates And I ...ee where fie: termite*' got tho 'talo KOrnment I alxofivor N. \\.AINWI1..,
J. C. Robinson ____ ____ __ _____ __n... Managing Editor Radio program are wonderful will be out of luck if they in Duval countvnd and! will work i I' thH .
into a BOARD up hereby ann mn.'.
And rny i'
thing!* -Starke Telegraph 'i <'nfrth nln. r d fhictate lnn''ln" I\h
can't" run oa "bunk. -WauchulaAdvocate. did Just pitlf uL dldata for r.-.1..U..n to thi
what thi y was to pr'ittft rt'poMtors end t'
sometimes. finite as horrible as I'nw. Tax AsnoKHor. During t'' ,?'
thtr liability In Ion* muchnor
Eronson Journal. : You know it takes a darn good year that I have been !
SUBSCRIPTION HATK wonderful : .* rumote. I wll! ev r l ho alllri yiui .( ;,
withstand termites and I have tried hard to glv ti,. ,1'
.---0- board to for and on th rlRht' "Ui of any .
Advance those fellows\ .thitr .. >. wliUh' I believe to lie all that could be exp< < I ,.
Six Months 75c Payable In Commenting oa to think about that in aj urcn
$1.50 If fclhs ought .
Yearly ; ll'a alright to buy now you 10.. for the bent lntr.nH of HIM p.o. us ameKBor and In axklnv r.
fellows" '
who blossom out to bo "regular: when eclectln' one, especially their nlectlon. I promise you thU. .
Advertising Rates on Application can pny now.-Starke Telegraph. they are Plo and the protection of rlehtind if I
: f
Just before an election the to support '> property Tour vote and .upp am elected attain, will c"n ..
to wl1enlL's supposed
Hut too buy now hopln .
miny and Horve you honestly fearle-
'rt will bo hlKhly appreciated, 1nd
Ocala Banner declares they are as .
pay somehow!Bronson Journal. onr schools. If I am Heeled, your confidence tnma Impartially. I will apprecin, 'u.
welcome as a March freere. It will never be vlolntednenpeetfully.. vte at the comln primary ai, u *.,.
Have you registered? -0-- era! lection. Reepertfu, : .
Subscriber wants to know If it Is takes an election for the public to One of our troubles has been that '.ak. Butler. Fla. J M MANN. M. D B. W HAYI.A
o I discover candidates are alive. .
his aa a we've been buil.Ua' with two-by- --
and possible to dlngulse paper Tn the Tlemocratlo Voter. of the FOR SIIKRIPP
Speaking dates are used by both candidates spooners.o handbill so the neighbors will quit -- Bradford County Telegraph. fours when we should have been Fifteenth Senatorial District To the Demncratlo voters of Hr.i,..

borrowing It.-Starke Telegraph.No Most of the candidates we have usin' a lot heavier timber. Instead Many of the voter, both Bradford ford County:
dead and didn't know and ITnlun countlen. which comprlnethe I hereby announce my: candldact"
Cool and nights are keeping most of the candidates U Isn't.-Waucbula Advocate. known were of gettln' real support we've Just above enatorlnl dintrlct, urged for nherlff of this county, .ubj c'to
days -0-- It-and neither did the people. been held up. m prior to the death of Senator the action of the votem at I IK ira.
elected.-Clay County John, to enter the race for the Inir pemocratlo primary election
They were
cool. If the tick was taken out of politics Duinncratlo n'mlnatlon aa Bnnatortn promlilnir If elected a faithful hnn

o there wouldn't be any candidates. : Times. A lot of folks are too bored to the coining primary election to "lit, and efTlclent performance jf thf
-0- ha held In .Ju..., 1912. I now take dutlea of mid office. Your vut< .noHupport
Fourteen days remain in which to register for Juna primary. .-Starke Telegraph. Then vote on election day and then they thin method oC making my formalannouncemont !I. refipprtfully enllrltod
politics are just like a dollar watch One of the matters discussed by wonder why they get stucco all for this Important. LAUHICB C. CLEMOVS!
editor at the Live Oak ofTlca. f (ink enrh and every voter
the pre.smeeting
you paid $1.SO for.-Bronson Jour I over their playhouse. I've got an to carefully consider my candidacy; I hereby announce ai canitnlatu
o nal. was a law requiring the Idea though, that we're gonna If I am the nominee I pledfta elTIilent for aherlff of Bradford Ciiunt: F>or.
rolls eervlce to the people.BeKpetlfilllv. Ida, and renpectfully solicit!
tax assessment ai it will
Moat Florida papers have broken out with bad cases of.announcitia. publication i npend a lot more time studying" the approciat your nuppnrt nt '!1. iun
It's not no far back to the days before acceptance by counties and specifications for our political Lake Butler, Fin. HAL Y MA INKS Primary. W JCPrER iO\

when you were tolrl to keep your towns It would not be an oxpenilve -I structure this year and maybe At the Kollcltntlon of many frlandsI I .hereby announce- my cat' 'lao

o shirt on.-Starke Telegraph. And proposition and would do more, we'll get a little better material. have decided. to become a candid. for aheriff of Bradford count' ,ub
than all .... for fttate Senator 15th nenatorlal Ject to Action, of the voter .
outclassed toward equalizing taxes i ih.
Fishermen arc discovering; they are hopelessly ndvicc which conies in quite handy district.\ cnmprl l ln" Brad'''rd primary Juna 7th I have Kclllnen
II sometimes these days.-Bronson itate and county boards together. : They any politicians all come out and Union countlea If elected Ipromlee of the county all my III' inn

Ly politicians Journal. Every property owner can be depended of tho same mould but Just the .faithful and eon Ixnttoun have never aalted for an nfrit thr
'I service and reene-ctfully eollclt the hands of the votera. If eli 4 i ipromlae
o --0---: upon to check his assessment same some are more mouldy than tmpport of nil Democratic volera at the cltlienn ot the nix

I "Alfalfa Bill" Murray didn't get much of a stand of alfalfa Too many gardens are liabilities against. his neighbor's or others, and a little more care In the June Primary.W. K:. MIDDLETON. .'rffclent law partiality.enforcement Your, a A'upor t tuuhowlnif

In Florida. Instead of an asset.-Starke Tele upon other like property, and plckln. and choosln' might help a and, vote will be ..apprecin. ."

up graph. Perhaps because there Is would have the opportunity of get. lot. On election day you'll make renpectfnlly ponI nF.rln"F.nnnonnra T"'IVE my can, O3CAR ANDKEUMI1MHEH

15I _. -o too much set and not enough get ting the matter adjusted.-Starke your bed and you'll have to lie tn dldacy for Keprenentatlve of Bradford I SCHOOL I1OA ltl>.-DIM. I

* 1il Thoughts of the "tired" business men are turning to the up and dig the garden Bans.- Telegraph. Tax dodgers wouldn't It, but a slick politician will make the Democratic County Huhject votara. to of the the< cnmtnB will of my I take candidacy this method for member of annoi of "
Thursday half-holiday. Bronson Journal. want that to be done, and public hIs bunk and then lie out of it. primary election June 7. I91S' Ifnominated board from School District No 1

-- officials would probably claim it I and elected, I will dtlIfrentlv comprising North Starke and Lnwtty
0 faithfully and fearlenely do subject to the will of the I) mocratlo .
From the Bradford County Telegraph would "waste the public's money, But before we waste any more everything that I can that will help votera In the coming primary

It looks aa if there was double crossing on both sides of : "Women to Make Report Wauchula Advocate. time talkln politics, how many of the majority of the cltliena of Bradford June 7, 1931. If nominated and
County and the State of Florida elected I promise. to work for, th,<
the Lindbergh baby case. :March 23." Dumb as we are, it o you folks have registered and paid .. Will attempt and aid In placln best Interest of all the school!* olBradford

doesn't take us long to figure out CrotK State Canal your poll tax? If you haven't, It the elate on a bualneaa bruin I willIncerely county and I earnestly solicit
o appreciate. vonr xupport.Q vote and .
your aupportRespectfully.
the women's menu of March 24.- (Lake City Reporter.) Just don't make any difference M INMAN.I O. H. DEXNETT
For some reason there is a general impression that Miami Beach Sun. what you say or think, you're out
For the advantages of across take thin method of announcing, I thai
years respectfully announce I."
Gandhi is a disciple of Adam.If state canal have been known of the picture and a total loss aa a mv candidacy" for the office of Rep.reeonatlvo. a cantlMate. for member of the clioi
Too many experts advising peo- citizen. I favor reduction of .al.! board district No. 1 (rnmprlslnir volIng
o not but two causes have withheld any trim and taxen and rig-Id economy precinct one and two), siitijx
to their debts are expert
pIe pay .'lonsr all line* of our utate work to the action of the Democrat! IJTItl
all the promises made by candidates were fulfilled, enough to tell how to pay.Starko .-- serious action. The first is the You know If a guy were to stop Should I b.. honored with. the nomination .. ( h" to Ua held Junr ?tIf
ost and the second Is the diversity and afterward election. I .
: elected I promise the cite( it i
would suffer relapse. Telegraph. In many cases you on the street and ask you for .
voters a nromlxe'
to the most feasible < to the berl of my ability. the diktrlct ard county tli )h.,
*. the latter advice would be sufficient. if opinion as your right eye, you'd think the poor honert and faithful, m>rvlciT .. nervlca of which\ I am eapnM\< Tutaupport
j! JL Q .-Eronson Journal. and practicable route. sap was: crrtzy, and if he started up B. PtVIIOLSTEn.nr .. will be' n r>"recl. ,,'"d.

Times-Union wants a tax on charred kegs and gallon _._- .- Naturally In this section of the j to you and say, "GIMMIB YOUR IIJ'rF.ItI 'rF. IJF. T !CCIIOOI... -RAY A. NEWSOM.I .

jugs. Why not tax the contents ? Kidnappers of Llnbcrgh's baby itite sentiment has been that tho I, VOTE" and you don't think any- of Tlirousrh my frtendn, the and nollrltntlon my denlrw. of to atrnln many dldnt"hereby fnr oleetlon announce myself.as m* .,

o.i evidently bit off more than they ,it. Mary's and Suwnnnee river I thing of it. h" your athnol .11 p..rlIl..nd..nl.: I de- the school hoard, district 1
rpn handle.-Starke Telegraph routes were the best. This would Ire tn announce my.elf all a candi Interested solely In tho id van :

A student defines a politician as a man who stands because Well, they haven't been caught perforce, eliminate Jacksonville, as You look in the mirror and think date. for t>primary this. ponltlon If nominated, nubject to and thelime "f* our member county of action the and board If ta ""

he wants a seat and is expected to lie. yet.-Clay County Times. one of the gateways. And yet finther you're a pretty SMART egg, butyou're elected. of I promlne the duties a. .faithful of thin performance office. two a yuan meets with your aivmir 'R

o --0---- > school of thought was that not, your're DUMB, eo Tour vote* are iioltclted. and will will be nupport appreciated tn the Juno pltdgh pi, nnr tbsame

i Starke Telegraph think the legIslatures the southernmost route would be cockeyed DUMB tt'a pitiful, but, be hlfhly appreciated Ynnr -enpecfuiiy. conscientious attention th

Following hi!'!i plea for the public to buy an automobile, pass laws for the purpose best using the St. Johns to the anyhow, there's OIlS consolation. H. n WIGGINS duties of the office. MOORP

President Hoover bought six and sent the bill to Uncle Sam. of giving lawyers something to Ocklawaha and then availing that you got PLENTY of company MC I. hereby. announce myeelf a candidate _JAMES-T.-- _
for re-election to the office ofSuperintendent
and million others like snioot noAitn-ni t.
a are Just MUMTIKII
fight about In the courts. Why
o nwlft streamer river with a chain of Public Instruction 1 hereby announce my candldnr.
not? About 80 per cent of the leg. of lakes.But you. of Bradford County. Your vote andIIUppo..t for re-election as member if InschoM
Arkansas paper suggests as a retrenchment scheme to will be appreciatedRespectfully. board from district 2. and ,
islatures are composed of lawyers.
Irregardless of where the canal We got a pretty fair sense of A. J. QRIFKI3 elected will continue to give !in ,ill'

stop paying salaries to the unemployed in public offices. -Times..Union. is located there la no doubt value when we're talkln' about our To the votere of Bradford county. tie. of. the Your office support my very sollclteil be,.( "attentlon. ri

o --0- that the expenditure called\ for right eye, but when we consider I hereby announce* my candidacy will be appreciated H. D MAT
for superintendent of Public Instruction
Add accomplishments of the
with the Louisiana would be amply repaid In reduced VOTE don't think it'. worth ,
One thing people have in common our we I feel that I am qualified mud Matfor '
Great In I hereby announce a* a
Engineer: George
shipping costs, eliminating, aa It anything and let me tell you right for said office and promise to faithfully member of the school board, Dlftrlct '
eat cornbread and pot likker and have to like Tribune Interview old dlx-harire the duties of .
senator-they a quotes an of same i, comprising South "JTheressa ;<
would the
present valuable
that it's
now, even more to the best of my ability. Your vote t wl'appreciate '
that "Hoover and Sampson City
it. darkey ns declaring rounding the Florida keys and saving than your EYE will be app"ecIRt..d.ReMpfcUully.. vote and support I Itbo
is the who made L. II FUTCHroil
only man ever Jun.. 7th.
I coastwise shipping many primary
-0 rabbit good to cat In the summer Take the bird that's runnln' for ------ W. C. MANX1VO _
and thousands of dollars.
There in H lot of good common sense talk for voters in time."-Avon Paris Times. Florida would Congress, bo asks you for your I horol>y TIX nnnou: rOf.f.ECTOR"J my candidacy jii-Mni. aciiooi. no-'nn-in.t.
Russell/ Kay's "Too Late to Classify" column this week. Read -00-- The advantages VOTE You think well, be's" pret to succeed mys"If Ra Tax rollertorof I hereliv unniunce myi. t "'
be many: the most Important, of Bradford county subjact to the "Ii1nt.. for momrier of thboard. <
it. Now Is a good time to give the lines of trade ty good egg I guess I'll\ give it to DemoLratlo primary to be held on District Ko S. c "I '.
home a Dew coat of paint.-Starke course, being new him. All you ever visualize is a June Tth. 1912 t have triad torendar Ilimpton' rahojr, Broott fa \,
with the natural resultant increase you faithful honest anil efTIcl River sublrct to ..1.t1.'n "
o Better time to fix the
Telegraph. little CROSS MARK on a_ slip of "nt norvlct. > durlnir my flint. toi'm nf Tune primary I promi t, r<
As one measure of relief for taxpayers Palatka News leaks in the roof. The coat can In business.At paper.LISTF.N. office an your Tnx Collertor. i ..arnently for a tlltr il rigbaud .

wait but the whole blame business the time a of solicit your support and If partlnllty to none.
survey ,
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suggests the abolishment of the state radio station in Gaines elactod agraln I shall cnntlnuu tri render Ue.pltCtfullv V "
will go bad If that roof Isn't fixed. ill the proposed routes for the If you think that's all : you tho "ama.irvlte, UK I have S. IL KEIJ.YI

ville. Bronuon Journal.Ona Florida ship canal is being mid ho's askin' for you're crazy All In the iniHt CA RL A. KNI<.1HT. 'AI
I mynelf
o -.,-- through a special appropriation of that guy la askin' for la your authority t re""lfnll--n"n"e:;;; myself acandldato dldnte I hereby for re-election announce to th ..It fi.

The 'should set I to buy anything from for the ufflue of Tax Collector .if School' Board for Dlatrlrt :so' '
Candidates would find a good use of stumps in fields these candidate said a few days congress. findings subject to the .action of the. ,I subject to the acti'in of tin. r '.
ago "I've been living In the county to rest for once and for all the Greenlanda Icy Mountains to a slab: Democratic votrre at the primary of cratlo primary June T. 11 ]'
days if the farmer would only park his plow within hearing mooted question as to the most of SiL'jrin and send you the BILL.He's : June 7th T feel that I air In every ,' ..' ."fed I prmle. th. same fair .tn
twenty years and I feel like I'm or' .1'i itleii '
way qualified to give' the dutlen of I Impartial administration
distance. entitled to somethln." Well, no practicable and economical route. merely requestln a first the o.tjc.0: elTlclant and competentservice. of the orTlue that I ha IKdered .
Then It ii to Floridians to unite mortgage on your HOME and the Pledging a. full and faithful '' In the P...t. Your vi"li .nj,
matter how lived here up '
0-- long you've I will
discharge of the duties of theoffice Mut>port Is unlimited,
to seize and search it He
the taxpayers don't owe you a living I their activities and exert every effort right tn tha bast. of my ability. I hlChl]" appr.clated.A. .
People can vote: for a democratic president this year .-Wauchula Advocate. towards the building of a pro wants permission to send you to solicit and will appreciate voui sup B. fllTRRF."lCYI :

without hearing the old gaff about republican prosperity being I _-- ject which will connect up existing China or ZULULAND with nobody port In Respectfully.the coming primary.CARL, JOHNS I, COUNTY rOMMM' -JoI&-IJI.I.- I II

coastal routes''and be boon to look after you but a shave tail take thin method of annminclrlmy
with hard times. I a big .
replaced Wauchula Advocate suggests as second lieutenant. BIO BOY that FOil CLBIIK or cmcur: t-.O"'I&'I' candidacy for re-ele[ n. H
to commorce'-cf the Gulf and At I commlsalonar for dlstrl!,t si
a good slogan for candidates One hereby county
announce myself a can
o good term deserves another. lanttc seaboard states. little CROSS MARK we been didate for the office of Clerk of tho 1. I solicit your vote and supp| ]
News note from Tarpon Springs : Papadoupolos convicted l talkln about Is your signature on a Circuit Court of Bradford County and If re-eletted. will strh e *N
Starke Telegraph. Which is almost -rOKlnplt'Y --- subject to the will of the voters at the district and county the ben! Ml

on bolita charge in Judge Register's court. Evidently not a as good aa one which suggests Lake and the Canal quit claim deed to all your rights the comlnir primary June Tth I am vice of which 1 am ..ap"bl.):!.lEBcor'VTY .
J. :
to LIFE LIBERTY and the PURSUIT fully conscious of the duties of this
C9'u 'of Greek meeting Greek. that "we clear out the court Alnchun and Levy counties want of HAPPINESS it carries Important office ami fael that I am ---- '
house this time!"-Bronson Journal the sea level canal dug through ably fitted to perform them In an : eoMMHiioNpn. III.t.'
0.- more authority than the Pope'sCap efficient manner. Never having asked At the solicitation of fi d.
Ktngsley Lake. Why ruin the or Mussolini's signature. for an ottlie In th. court house before have consented to mako tho ,
Taxpayers want expenses of government cut and then insist -- prettiest bathing: lake In the state 7 f promise It elected to crlve County Commissioner. for T -r'No '
faithful, honest and efficient service. Itt
on having new public buildings new roads 'river and In timei lik. these, says a Georgia Starke Telegraph. They don't The humble applicant assures Your support In reepectfullv solicited promise. of Bradford to discharge County lh( II

harbor improvements, new canals larger pensions. write, lot of our close friends wont to ruin the bathing lake, but you that his only thought Is your A. J THOMAS.: Int-umbent upon 11to the.01.'Tmv .II''
aupport I I.
are getting closer. Only In some tojiave a real attraction there for WELFARE he Is your SERVANT To the Voters ot Bradford County and abll'tt. a Your "

"-0 I respect Starke Telegraph. Most those passing through the canal he wants to protect you. I Florida: 'ic 'kEn.

What the human race owes to doctors is seen in the news of us are a I lot closer these days Tell me. please, who can resist a (Look out the hound will kiss you to the am a office'candidate of Clark for re-elctlon of Circuit I hereby ann'-;; ;;;; myself a .and

story of a Pennsylvania] physician who practiced 29 and than we used to1 be. We'll\ say we I bunch of pretty bathing beauties? In a minute). That's all very true, Court Bradford County, Florida, and data for re-election aa i. 'UI. "- '"
years Bronson Journal. earnestly solicit your support and mlsaloner from district No I. {-1
are Brcnson Journal.Itlngley'Lake but we KNOW that a lot of guys vote at the June .
Prlmitry election
elected I will continue 1ft'
left .an estate of $800 in cash and $25,000 in unpaid bills. -0-- Just like him have taken advantage t I promise to render faithful I. honest' district and county ,
!'! tt: the center IsO and careful aervlca Rospectfully, bt.l d cnE\\
()- The Stnrke Telegraph has start feet deep making the bottom of that same little CROSS MARK Q. W AL.DKRMANPOI of which I am

Candidate for governor said last week office holders are f<\ the fashion of starting newspaper of the lake 80 feet above sea level I and then added a double cross to COtrVTY Jl DOR COTKITV I hereby rO"'tIIIIlIOr.R-J.I.t.announce! myself :' '.'
names with a "lower-case" instead It, makin' tit-tat-tow, three in a To the Democratic of Brad e.r<
voter cjuntymUnloner
If a sea level canal Is built providIng dldtt* re-olectlon as '
the only salaried men who had not been forced to take a cut of a capital letter; Wonder If for 40"feet of water ditch row Ha Ha. I win, come ont PAY ford County Florida: District I. If the ..,..
a I I
along with the rest. lie should have added federal and civil the change: was caused by malice 120 feet deeper than the bed of the ME. PAY ME. to succeed hereby. myself announce a* my county candidacy Judgeof ", onilnue""f my district to give. ra-elect the. people me of, _nr.

or too much press meeting. --Bron Bradford county, subject to the ford county a faithful and e '*'
service employees. Journal lake wouKI have: to be dug. and Now I konw it's not up to me Democratic primary, tn be held Tueeday performance of the duties of the.<>|
son where would the lake be? June 7. IUI. This announcement worklne alwavs for th '
Ships flee ;
o- to tell you WHO to vote for, you .
I I. made with ,
--- a ieelln ; that inter..,, of the ..nil.. 'lUnCT.I.
When would pass 80 feet below the present are supposed to be able to decide dnrlnir the year* In which I have : L. UNDERHiLl"
for reduction In tax Senator Fletcher and
you argue a gasoline remember Congress bed of the lake: out of sight of that for yourself, but I'm tellln' served you as county Judge. I have
man Green have for the rendered faithful honeet and efficient myself a wdldata
the oil companies are likely to boost the price to'offset qualified the bathing beauties playing In you VOTE and what's more I'm a.rvlo..to all. and at all times I hereby for election announce a* ">un.tjr7ii;;
We don't know much
51M the cut in tax. It is better to pay the tax to the state for about Congressman Green so but sand instead of water-if the canal WARNED* you this Is a time when I In such It In manner submitting as to my Justify candidacy me a.o"o "mlssloner tarka. Bradford from onuntv District. If II. '.lletI

schools and roads than to !jyive the added profit to oil barons. Senator Duncan U. without doubt is dug there.Incidentally. you better take it seriously. You for. your consideration.: 1earnestly I will give the dlatrlct and' ,ellabt. I
V on Information furnished can't be too careful this election, solicit your support and the best .....t". of which I amCOI4TV
will wear the senatorial toga aa If again honored by being elected. as .. R..P.C. '
o long aa he wear clothes. Titus- by a competent engineer, and EVERY VOTE WILL, COUNT.If your county Jndr. I shall contlnu* :; tr.. ;* r 1A8.
French ambassador pleads for brotherly love between I were I wouldn't be in too to render faithful!, honest and efficient .
more villa Star-Advocate. KIngsley Lake has the highest lake you ..rvl.:.. Resnectfullr, COMMI..SIO FM p.ot.

France and America. That might ba alright since --n surface of any lake In the state big a hurry makln' up my mind, OEO .GARDINER I hereby announce myself a e,",

Uncle Sam cannot be pictured as a benevolent old uncle with The constant drip of water 170 feet above sea level There are I'd check and double check on every At the request of friends, and due dldata commissioner for re-election from dlstr. as,t -'NHampton. .

Wears the hardest stone. higher hills and "mountains" In I candidate and select the man consideration thereof. I hereby announce Th.reesa and "rahi ':.
an open purse until some of his loans are repaid. away the Ridge Section of the state but I I felt was BEST QUALIFIED from to the .v>ter* of Bradford If rel..t.d will continue to; i.
The constant gnaw of Towser, County my candidacy for tha officeof the county the hast service inapabla
0-- Masticates the toughest bone. there la! no record of lakes! In that every standpoint to give you a County Judice to be voted. on In ot. I *oH.<.It yui P"-r t
SANE, SOUND, SENSIBLE administration the June Primary. Etalnir a Brad and Tot at the P lm rr .."
Tallahassee Democrat accuses candidates of using photo The constant! wooing lover section haying higher lake sur I uate of University. Law Hihont and | '; ,,,. ."
be he
DEMOCRAT some II In the
Carries off the blushing face than Kiogsley.! years practice of law
graphs ten to fifteen year old on campaign matter in an effort rnalJ REPUBLICAN or INDEPENDENT. I feel fully qualified to aerve you. a. rO"'VTY ("O"rtIll: IO'FoR. I"Iot.
And the constant advertiser Our Informant County Judue. 'f
Kingsley' you *ee fit tr I hereby announce m
to attract women votera. That's .a dirty campaign trick to Is the one that gets the trade high elevation was noted 60 years j Of course they will ALL! elect have ma I promise that you shall dldnta for county eomm'rlct ,. .; ,
I tell you how good they are, but honest faithful efficient and 6. comprising Br< >k 'r
play on a class of voters famous for always telling their true William Northern Light. ago. and It was called "a lake on a you'd better drain off the BANANA unbiased service. I earnestly so River. If elected I pr,iml a r. \'
mount: n." The lake surface elevation licit your eupport and vote In the fnl performanca of the nut "I.,
age. OIL and pick the men of primary, June Tth. l 13Respectfully. office. I solicit and will a'tha '
Live Oak Democrat In a word to Is from l'- '''
the U S. Canal Sur. and support and vote of "I> l
i 0 the voters advise that "when you vey of 1909. The highest point of I proven ability unquestioned integrity E K I'E11 YUAN.. ,.rat. at the prlm".y ..I"-'. u.
:; and pray God there wlU be W. ANDREn
Ttb. O.
the Brad a candidate who Is sure he lathe l nd on the road between the lake ron TAT """F.I"OR!
Watching public turn over hard-earned dollars to ;at least ONE for office.
every Any I hereby a"n-;;;;= ; "Ifdldat ..
one to lead Florida out of the and Lawtey announce myself a candl I hereby p my: 1-
M In the U. '
given S.
how, TRY to pick the BEST data tor the office ....1 l .
operators of "Free Medicine Shows" in exchange for bottles 'wilderness man, of Tax Assessor for connty .eomm < ,
you caa be fairly certain Geological Survey, la 233 feet.'Just for I'm tellln' you this country Isglln' of Bradford county subject to the trlct 5. comprising Brooker .> aRiver. :

of liquids their local druggist would give them for the cost be is the 'Moses1 from whom 87 feet lower than Iron Mountain, heldbent In the WRONG direction democratic will ot the votera at the comlna If re-elected IP', ,,
primary election- to .be at*" '
of the bottle and cork convinces one that Barnum was wrong I the 'bull rushes" In that case, all "the highest spot yet known in and If we aren't able to put held. June "tlIn asking for this county continue faithful giving and my .*', nt.![.
candidates are In the same basket. }'1orid& office will say that ? am thnronghl.* forraane. of the duties of th
about the number according to the GeologIcal on- the BREAKS this U will familiar tI
of suckers born every minute. Bradford tune. with the rlutlen thereof and and will always work for U.
County Telegraph. You Survey. be JUST TOO BAD. promise If elected to discharge the Interest of the eooa' "
duties of eald office: la an .<

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