Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 22, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01024
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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; FAST SEABOARD COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES State Receives National Better Home \Week Being CARLOAD FLOUR i f ,

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SCHEDULE FORSTRAWBERRIES I BEGINS SUNDAY EVENING! $737.290 From Observed BY Demonstration' Clubs! FOR BRADFORD ; fl; [ ;

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\ The thirty-seventh Annual commencement Now holds NegroesAre I ------ .... --- ?
of the Bradford County Nine Race Meets Bradford Ilardu'nreCo.ilnnounces "Th week of April 24 to May 1 Through the efforts of Hon. N. !
High School will take Not Eligible will\ be observed aa National Better D. rI(
I place onI J Opening Walnwrlght, representative and :
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r Assist Growers to Compete I the 24th, 25th and 26th inst The Homes Week In every one of o Railway:, to Other Strawberry baccalaureate sermon will be Can Not Vote lu\ Democratic Primary Each Coiintv U. Expected t4) Get ''Fr'o 48 states and by more than 8500 has succeeded In having tho national 'I i
With !Souvenlra to Kiuh l jUnllyItl'lIh.tl'rlnIC ;
:o, preached by the Rev. A. C. McCall, IJttta !More Thnn $9,000 acorrding to DP Hay Red Cr<>Washington D. :1
: I lit Store l> I
Sections! Lyman Wilbur, of :
of Madison Sunday evening at 8 I : secretary Interior C, to allocate to Bradford county'a
i I o'clock In the school auditorium. Attorney General Cory D. Lan- Florida's; first season of state- UIN-nlll! Days who succeeded President one carload of flour as shown by h 1
meet the competitive sltua.II .- dIs! Thursday reversed his recent supervised horse and Hoovirtaa" President of )Hotter the
Monday evening, at eight o'clock dog racing i following telegram: ", ,
that may /shortly arise between opinion that and legalized The Bradford Hardware I Homes' In America, ;:
a the high school students will pre- negroes may vote in betting saw 1,130- Washington D. C. at
. ?[, iwberry shipments from this sent the play, "At the End of the the June state Democratic primary i 1234 persons attending three horse' pany announce their opening com-I "All persons, whether young or April 15/ 1032. ,, If li!

lion and shipments from sec- Rainbow", with Mrs. Mable Wall If they are qualified voters and race tracks and nix dog race building just completely old, have It within their power to lion N. D Wainwright, Sr. '}
, nns, to the north of us the Sea- as director. ,: members of the party.In tracks and wagering $17,305,424 on and redecorated by them on Wednesday make definite and useful contribution Starke Florida

bcird Air Line' Railroad will give I Tuesday evening the graduating' the opinion the attorney general these races, a state '.! '.tdlt of the April 27th with a com- to national welfare by Red Cross/ ha approved nlloca- \

passenger train service to I class will be addressed by Dr. J said he found the stato Democratic racing commission's Accords revealed plete line of agricultural Implements earnest effort to clean up soul Improve tlon of carload of flour for Urad ", I

, t >rn markets on all shipments Leake Professor of History In I executive committee in 1020 Tuesday. f builders supplies, sporting their own homes! and premises ford county. It has directed It.* I, ''I

; wnen the competition arises. I Music for commencement Is In voters and has not amended I the i,,29040 in revenue from the racing Mr. J 13 Carlisle\ the managerof I the rommtintlcH In which they f "

i 'nils Information was conveyed I charge of Mrs. Mable Wall, teacher rule since that time. For that reason j operations. The racing commis the new store, which U! a branch ore citizens National Better R. A Green, Member Congress. i

I in a letter received a few days ago of public school music. it was not necessary for the sion's expenses, including salaries', 'I' of the Baird Hardware Company Homes Week offers an opportunity, In aa much 811 the local chapter n t; ,

I by E S Matthews president of the I --- I.: state committee to limit IIpeclflcal- {land operating coats, amounted to,,I announces that they will have an by individual! and collective effort, Red CrusH has censed to function, '!,!

Bank of Starke, from Mr. Chas. R. | Iy the vote to white persons this $45,80008 as of April 7. Each of''! especially attractive as w..1ItS\ useful to provide a more healthful and this flour will be shipped to the 1 C'

Cipps, Chief Traffic Officer of the i|Development of The i\jyenr, he said. Florida's 67 counties Is expected I souvenir for each family that wholesome environment for the Woman's Club of Starke and distributed I, j

, Seaboard Air Line. Ioyn4-H Club 'Work' I\I The first ruling\ by the attorney j to receive a little more than, $0,000 registers at the store during opening growing child while building a through the Welfare F .' \ .

In concluding his letter on the I general was based on the opinion as Its share of the racing revenue. I days. lIe especially InviteR the community of which he may well Workers or other organizations of ) :: >; .

subject Mr. Capps expresses the In Bradford County that the negroes could vote since The Plata's first racing season general public to the store duringthe be proud., the various towns and communities
thought that the season at Starke 1 i i they were not specifically prohibited under the new law opened December I opening days and assure them "Over 8500 American communities throughout the county. .I .r ii, t.t

and Lawtey may extend through 1---1( by the state committee's call. 1 and closed April 1. The that their. acquaintance will proveof have organized committees of All citizens, white and colored,

J ana beyond the North Carolina talk given over WRUF April 1)) |I law was passed by the 1031 legislature -' mutual benefit. forwarding looking citizens and of heads of families, who find them. ; ';

season. He writes as follows I The 4-H Club work Is being For Stamp Collectors over the veto of Governor See their ad in this Issue for rcpreHentatlvpH tif, civic educational si'lves, by lack of employment, '
.It looks now as if the North looked upon with more Interest \I Doyle E. Carlton and climaxed : complete details regarding the op- and buslnes.n groups to stimulate failure/ of, crops or other unavoidable t 1'1

Carolina: and the Lawtey and each year in this county by the years of effort on the part of rac- I I'I ening next Wednesday April, 27th. well-considered(( program. for conditions, unable to +

Starke movements will start at older people as well as by the rural'' for the information of local I Ing interests to obtain state sanc- !'I ______ home Improvement In which the bread (flour) for their famillea' '

abjut the same time, and I wouldnot boys and girls. The various local stamp collectors Masons, and other tlon. citizens may participate. Those need not hesitate, but should read- ,V' S

be surprised if Lawtey and boys clubs throughout the county persons who may be interested Two horse race tracks were operated -I! Dr. W. E. I1iddletoniMalres \ culminate In National. I Better lly share In the dUtrlbutlon and .,," f{..
Starke will shipping after the under direction of our county postmasters have been notified that In the Miami area and a. Homes Week which will be otwerv- consumption of this flour, to tho- ; i : 1' I
close: of the North Carolina season agent have grown in membership, I the postoffice department is cooperating -, third brought the Tlorlda season I e
ant,1 before the opening of the Vir- and won favor in their communities with the Alexandria, Va., to a clone with a 10 $lny meet midway l. Statement stone but by special programs In maybe alleviated as much, p I i.1e I.
ginia season." for the good work they are Chamber of Commerce in sponsoring I between Jacksonville and St. t the schools, contest for the Im as possible.' i E '. ",
doing.In special mailings from the local Augustine. I II | provement of homes kltch"ns and As soon. as the flour arrives and,I ".1: (i'If;':

these clubs the boys are Instructed post office on May 12, the dedication Six dog race track/ held meetings ( gardens and by demonstrations. of the Woman's Club can act up or i '!I'' .

Satsuma Growers in many farm practicesof date of the George Washington I at Miami, Miami Beach near I Dr. 1E.. Mlddlfton: Makes, tint new or of reconditioned homes organize the proper agencies In tho .:/,'.I \

great value to them. They pre Masonic National Memorial: according Jacksonville at West: Palm Beach rollowlng Ntuteni<>iit ltrluU to I I(I I within. the reach of famlllea. of different towns and communities, II : I t <
moderate Income. Schools tmd
taught the selection and prepara- to Postmaster Young. j(hand St, Petersburg. i. Homo ProMiNltloiii| llmt nine distribution will bo made as rapidly ai( .. ,, : ,t
tion of their land! for the crops; The chamber 01 commerce has The Btatu'received $520,096272 H en Injected Into 11It1 ('iunuilcn I I colleges often share In the prepara- an possible to all who come within \ 1', f ,

r Meet In Starke when and how to plant; the fertiLizers prepared a suitable cachet depictIng I I from a three percent tax on the for State Senator For thin IU-. such tloiiK demonstration made for the homos furnishing. or \timeplanting tho purview of and wish to avail ;' :f ',

to use that will pay, as wellas the Memorial Temple and I gross wagerlngs; $17991668 from trlrt. of themselves of the benefits of thin -'" ."
., their Thousands
grounds. '
the cultivation of the crop. In showing the dedication date for use a tax of H percent on total ad. I (I of have been donation ,' .
To the Citizens persons helped
}';eking House. to Handle Thousand the fall these crops are harvested on the special mall dispatched thru mittance receipts at horse tracks Taxpayers and ta ,! IJ
employment through special<
I Electors of Bradford programs
and measured to obtain County: !
carefully the local and 10 cents on each admittance '
Acres SatMumu Orange.Planned post office on the date of paid on home care and repair asa HAMPTON SCHOOL .j: :
the final results of each demon-
for Starke the celebration which will be in to dog tracks; and I am advised that there Is at this means of unemployment relief. '
stration. addition to the regular post mark. from occupational time ELECTION CARRIES It'j! :
I $30.381// being circulated in this countya Hundreds of tours will be cen.ducted '
Twenty-five Satsuma growersmet ( Our yield of corn Is too low: but Persons wishing to take advan- tracks. false and malicious statement of homes that have made -- ... '#
In the courthouse last Friday these boys are learning to grow tage of this will send stamped addressed The racing Commission's relative to my candidacy" for State "specific, Improvements In the At the $7,000 bond election held I i I
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morning to discuss ways and meansof I cover crops that will\ increase the envelopes to receive the year will end July 1. All expenses Senator course of the past year! no that In Hampton Tuesday' the issue wan 1

establishing a centrally locatedp yield and reduce the cost. They special cachet under cover plainly of the commission will be 1 That Is, that I was Induced to offer home owners may be Informed of carried 48 to 29, I this election replacing .v 'f".

king houso for ,Satsuma are growing good pure bred hogs addressed, to the Chamber of Com- from the total revcny to the state. for this office by a certain bodyor the better ways of making Improvements / one held In May 1030 for I, ;,'

ranges and tentatively selected that are paying better than the old merce, Alexandria Va., and conspicuously Ten per cent of the balance will I clique of county and state of- api/,ropilate to their the purpose of enlarging rebuilding p. ;'; ,
Starke as the location for the type hogs commonly found on the indorsed on the face be held In reserve for the comrnis- !iflrluK'' for, in the event that I needs. and refurnishing the Hampton tip) r"

plant Growers from Baker, Ala- i farms. We find the boys first practicing "for cancellation May 12" slon to use In beginning another )I was honored with the nomination, "This, universal I I educational, Junior High School building Aa a : ''f j ,

,hua. Bradford and Clay countieswere I these new and better ideas, In consideration of the fact that fiscal year. The :JO per cent remaining -' I wouJ! oppose: any move to redistrict movement for Hetlei Homes In result' of this election Hampton '.I: .J{ ;i'' ,

present and the meeting was then the farmers gradually take the furnishing of the special will be distributed equally] ;i: court circuits, to abolish America was Inspired and developed will have one of the most modern '1 : .'

;ailed! to order by E. M. Nix, development them up and put them Into prac- cachet Is being undertaken by a among the 67 counties. ': useless commissions tlr> fur (the re- under the direct personal lend- j: 'junior high buildings In the county : ', I'r. .

agent for the Seaboard tice on their whole farm. private organization: the numberof The state audit said that "it appears |duction of salaries of stale and! crohip of President Hoover who 1st''at a very moderate. cost to tax ; f
Railway. I As each boy -carefully keeps his envelopes should be restrictedto I that each county should receive -!| county officials I know that the serving titlll HH Its honorary chair- I 1, payers )f I 1//( ,!
This preliminary meeting was record on his project and shows the a reasonable! quantity, and collectors a little more! than nine thousand electors of this county know me nun Tens of thousand! of persona I With the exception of the aulI:1, ::1 r lire q 1 i

lied mainly to allow the growers cost, the value of his products, and should not request the return dollars" :' well enough to appreciate the ab- are unselfishly nerving their own I i ,toilum. It ID practically a new 1 ''ti \;; C

', discuss their problems and to then his profit he f is learning lessons of covers by registered mnil. Speaking of the commission's|surdity of this rumor, but fearing communities by shaming thin year 'building, tho plan of rebuilding being tAl1

rn their desires. More than a that are real business: prin- We would also advise patrons records the adult said he( dally that some may be deceived by this In tho direction of their local observance abandoned when repairs were ""f It y!

t: wand acres of Satsuma! groves ciples which will help him in run- that! the 0-cent stamp' of the bicentennial records the audit Bald l tho dally propaganda I take this means of of Better Homes Week ,Blurted and condition of the oM. I d

ai in this immediate section then ning his own business later in life. issue bears the likeness of tors at the tracks "appear to con- I I 1 unqualifiedly denying the same "The means of taking the next building' ascertained I;: i "'

/emcnt of fruit growing heavr It also shows him and his father Washington modeled from a postal'tats such Information as Is ordi-i j 1 realize the great depression .steps In the Improvement of one's O-- : '. I i

: i ch year until it has become whethei certain practices j pay or portrait painted by W. Williams In I, narly regarded as reason" able safe- |' that we are now laboring( under own home and community have I'.i.IO.V: ; n\N'y. NEXT WEEI 1 Ill,;; Ij)!

roblem;: to growers properly not and how much. 1894, the original' of which L Is now guards against fraud. md as a taxpayer can readily sympathize been outlined In great detail by the --- "
IT rket their fruit. Heretofore When these club boys are cultivating in the possession of the Alexandria -'-- e- II with the citizenry of this' president's conference on homebuilding The local American Legion Post O' ,

fruit has been hauled to Cres- their club acre and learnIng Masonic Lodge.A I S.PEKIM.NO: MUST STOPFollowing county that Is at this time burdened and home ownership held I has completed arrangements for d ,.
:t City to a packing house but the beet methods of producing special collection box for mall with txatlon to support the useless In Washington last December, In :securing Harold Haynea and Hlr 1L\' ; :

e':pen 'e incurred by the long their crops, they are at the same to receive the special catchet and receipt of several I officers and political parasites! which thirty-one committees of I Ten Commanders for the big LegIon .'' ;

m\kiM: continuation Imprac- time cultivating through their organized May 12 postmark will be installed complaints of speeding about town j I that I feel can be so easily dlspens- leading specialists In the field of d nco at the Legion Hall I':
.1 t clubs and club activities in the Alexandria office for the authorities will put on an ex- Thursday, April 28th The
post I )I I ed with. Far be it from me to oppose home design! construction, finance, orchee't'
committee appointed by the fine characters, that will resultin the benefit of those who desire to 1 Ira i officer at certain times to stop any measure that will to the management and 1 related problems I Ira Is probably one of : (
h hIn
,i- to consider ways and better men and citizens.: ,deposit their mailings in person i the practice, the speeders to pay'!1 slightest degree reduce tfU
,,- "'stablishlng a packing All boys must have recreation of In applying the special cachet to I for his service. Twenty-five miles I I recall that It ban been but a which ,giVw: out of their own Florida having been ci' :nicd!; nt '. 'I'" i

.. .. c r v. .11 ma't thv.. sportii some kind and I find l that this 4- the May 12 aovcrs the Alexandria ,,Ian hour is the top speed allowed on'' few years back that our beet biisliieax studies and experience!. These. lind- I tho C'luroodon Hotel, nayt'"11': nmlth ;" i

I, next two weeks, the H cluh work gives them the highest Chamber of Commerce will endeavor -' /any attest, lean rn business street" ': heads were paying for labor iri'i( I have' been made nC'oolulibJe to I Davtona Yacht ClUb r:< f'.> I
of the growers to sec-I ( type of recreation sports and to I perform satisfactory service, |[ or where traffir .demands lower enormous amounts, not only that Better Honi." committees throiirh; .corning to the state (tIle u, .c, "p1 .
speed and twent / five mile limit 1 lion was employed for tw ', I t\
"r 'committee; as imuhemont. It is an organization but they hive informed the depart : but vcrv often would! carry on their Better H..mRs In America and j \. t ; t
.: I ion wanted has been 'hat I am proud to have my son a ment that they cannot be respon"inle I applies to Madi i<"n and Church pay rolls men that their servlcuu! many: cities", have outlined l pro I by a Chicago broadcasting a' i .11;
I and I ahould like to for errors omissions streets, BpeoUwav' of the townOwners l The orchestra now mwk !J I Isumm"r
ticmber of. see :! any were not absolutely ronuired but :i grams hoard In large part upon I '.
I very farm boy enrolled. etc. of dog: I are also' being 'ht that time labor wan scarce]i ftha fintls of that conference. I 1 tour nf the state nml .'' J i t .I i
hMPO.ILL I I warned to keep tt,' animals the bi n hookrtd for several ;,t ;' I
> TAXr.4KQniSITB When the work of growing the T on i plenty of money In circulation and 'adapted to their own conditions and j week i in \ ;; I Y
; : VOTING,' crops and razing the hogs Is fln- 'fmEJl HBT8: OF BALLOT pramaea aoit aft the Ittrfet..l.t the necessities of life the highestIt Wade. II j advance by nrganlxatloos" ovor t r '. d', I j +

,ulicd in the fall It Is a pleasure BOXES ABE: 1UIJQlBG) (0v.t.ND I h state, outride nf their rejpiHr' t '. 'Ip,
'I t DATa von >torrThe e same heads under "Civlii wurvii'f r hated; l upon cnrpfuUy ,, '* r '
r i I. _." may keep some 'o attend the annual club contest '[ CONOBE.tAH VISITOR' the1 present doproaafan have anflcmMcd, information\ a.'J! pesronee at the hotel Thorn .'$<'i} I I' : I t ,

m voting this, year but at the .-nty seat and ace the /fine\ Tallahassee, April 13.' Attorney I "turWd-ftt the top and reduced aalwlea -;, study, end nducutiouol In its nnluro. : GlJln"lviltu). art-Hum to I Idujicp ,yl} i
1 taxes is!! Qre' ch'olca of General Cory D. LmiUla/ today ad- --- I Ii > ndlaaUnff th :! will put on thirty m ;l i 11 it
v T years poll display o products : on a scale nil the "yny down ttievitaWv( ln-fl a pr.flJrd! I
.. Lester\! W: Jron .'g>> J14ctujon. I utsa' of mti-McriJ Do:
v i oh cannot be waived, those juniors of the farm Last -.eli county coDimlS'ilonn: / \hroughout .;i I 'hit line and cut ocr evofjrtnatt that I InfluiMicn. All citizens arc. comedy i 'q''o'I\ I II
vita ncdldito frr Mt|I If 'n1"en pt'8.O.:, wtth .r
ainETWMnan I din
'I iera\\ Gary Ajaadja} I Coll, there f atajfc boys put on per- the state Ui IWI.-VB; the*x> J.U ot.jflU >' could bo dispensed with I feel that urged to take advantage of tI..1 i ",p- lon jfc'icrul .r, y:, [
j large spolt In MIice Wednesday of :?!flc
;i 'n:on to a county naps the fluent dlspJlot corn'rhat : >t bo*.,..***cTy tor the coming f I tlw i I: .t m-n !fri run official I I pntoa; | houd! I portunlty to iKT, )..rnt* In the Ie p IJ 1 I I1ANVI"AC1lsHlpONrw'
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el* reg-I' many of iitf miWver eeonThn : elcattono.' He /llijd'e eat will boi handle the affaiv; of bJ. o/fftcft a* which come I+'UOHO to rhv.lioA : I ', t'!
'I 1 .nei; Mr, Jctmlngp dealt ylxln! grams : : ,"J'r: ;
i Ih'lt% mon"!y ta tmvy give an biterwting p* needed f Hr' the, June 7 democratic wltb what use tiIIid4.na'! the ,jh I would bin own "deL" trtmilarrircitnw I. > daily Ute I\I..l( Intel :<.t ui urea i I II <1 ;
'ably cone people will .'!ram where the leading boys told primary; another for eeond'Prf ) ,, : ( r ,. The' offlclol\ ... :an -In t'uincs ft cn) ;' :COVatry today new pntontf! } tvi>o rot rtnv i 'i. : I
1 rt their fight Of fran- now they ha<4 enjoyed In the clUb nutcy, which e I '"
and Ills ttt; <; hao mat al! 11" ( w' i.t l ,1't. I 1\ I'I
".!p nt bi nr oaabtc to daring the yed. '' tt was a real in Uie' third sot< V1 I 11" ,
very:favorable r' aY : 3 y Smith 11 ; r rip \ >
1 11 tax",: the "opiatesU : plriitloo toact} the fine upjrltla ..:) .JeeU n. __11 !. 1 .1; pronahly under pro q1rOlIA oow-: ,I in toy wy .the ii.' iuu nt n g.w (llnlll r'1IItl.m'.I/ !( ''I '10tvsil '; Iy Iii'I ,

the Law and as Jon.' and Lila dctcrtuttl t1an' to r -6IIMOIUAL '-. --- .c'tt.Jatf'.t: :: ;.. '. 0)1'' .i 'i ip411, but 1'1'n/InK L"tatto robn i WIT' ci'if i" ", stor" 1)1'" hi '.h';"i ;;,I'Ir 4 w i;

'l,1'aL.lJlt ... It..' I I liljj,,;.jr and better tnta s a* i Itk U. b'lc: "'.' 11"' //ft'.la. Tkn '.ta'",''':a t''u If i I 1
J .'by tttaseWli : c1ubf $aamlttaha. xsIN4tNCZME"rr27erlori'd :: .. I I'e everetse! : !' rigid t.0\1-I>my. :I: feel i'.I"I; I
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,} '!-y n';,t..,t' u' WE the nrn : ; ..\ the ee I to open n at' I'. t -.j.1r
..- 1 -i> ![ .JT/vrrt manly t'I; ; t !'ieW M win pro.itout I 1 Utrhlm I I"S1Jvr.r t t1atrg ; 2'" 1 r :.'J ..h''r b"1' Ct' a'rl, : 1
0 y Ot\, Krm puSd 0i .,tier'; prdnUarl, throd tta'ut OIU'J. <">, "in''ay f :itoWftg the 2 Jth 1 : ">t tbo E:,: : "f flit t tcr WelCle't usUi'prtaeH: : At prevaUInr > t.\\ !""JA1.l! el' ,I;, L.. n.rn ,L} 1'1' :, :/'yj<1 C. "I jc''e;: .r 1j'' :', :f"'' i
1":ur rty.!; April I 1 the cub! Irut, which will!! fco: the first i J.i t iai4ni34tiSB, ftfyai : 0> L'.1t: St. '''':' ,' :a three ] supplies< provision. P'lt ittl IWTt \ 'I' ;.tjr: u'j .I. J. '_ .
n, !at the UeUfcrin* 1 bave cotatrihuta, +i .' jy Tho! i-",ein.s will be held i t'1 !ac.( D'oiipy H worth J. .A.' "' ; "
.n I g : will / i .I :':10'.I'Y' Bhi i retted >>y Mrs. on mete *r ':"tl" ""I.I'rUII.lill"c.l! ) ( f-n "| ;' )': scf: : ; r, ) or, ;'
';cttcc JH.'naaa T:?, y ?i r1ir: p.i.t to f these teipbottnentaH'a 'I At three o'clock: la Oroi,! v c< t.c I A. y. Vfuiiit i .. 1/311/ Schw IRJ- J Ui'ni t' /IT" Ia value ten or twelve ,')r uitlIl. r'n: f i" .. .1. typo tit" 'v ; 1" t. f
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l n, !'iun\n dos., ti' 'I see results, aIJ:<.L1.1y. I\D t 1\ or' .i i.i ". ni, :gut ArilrUZI' :" all t t'rk. -- -- a r' ( T' .Irl! In ,itomiy"ira ,.. i.i; I
I, will ;1. iji ctorge.) I Ii ,. K,. \\,irlt 'being "hue> with our nil ". ,>rs wIll he decorated] with at, "'tfht ad( J.dmh'lo1.: 25ei j If eli"/ .Id M y,mi' FcmUor! ,, fP'lscigi fll.: :; ..' -.'- ,.' i ",,, ... m. bf&t'tl hyit. ; 't_ 'I t
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!:!: Opening ;'uuhgr-ton l is sure to bear rick Uivlkeod : aatf 3CC: Ti ri'! mot /met onl I : : r /-/.r/ tj i-ippert any :.. '. ..' I ,r ; : .,1,
N-I, the Bdutifut; The': in the future. Let us hive: ., On Weda>3ny\: the 27th. tout. /rale: at 54tw: ..... Dug): -';t\1 for "'\-I.IIU'O i Jiat t"n,1u to th. r duo- 'J :, I .,: tiftatyft to //I-.J ,'\Irt- i';i'd" I "',' ,ti
*::.v Antes" R"i"" '1'-'Moor: njra club work. Let it reach ev- there will b-! aO AU day cleaning at i 5CXSI .' tics of taxes, whether it bo forabolltibmctit The musical comedy 'Hop 1' v>ur, I viUIiI' win who ha hatl. .1 t ivi lit. }t.e. "ly I,

";;',it, by MLr: uli 1:/9 "ry community, vary family where I Crosby cemetery. All persons own -- r-e of office( coikuniaBiftiB sol*" gln( at the ","'I:>IIII.O'J C1utiUtllt' > putentoll and f8 l now ,s\c\ :r.,1 1 ill ; \ ,!

:.fc.gtdtoes, by Mrs l I i I.ere: mecnllJier:, and every farm : ing tots are requested to clean I INSTALLING LAfWDUY: or othorv/iae. :rlura 'rue.wl.y: ii'irlif!, under bud-Ing i : an automatic machine to I tj-; '
,:,1 l 1'! Water and Sewer- i boy an 1 girl. I can heartily: recommend -I their lots before that date If pow : I Tm neither director or stockholder Ute auspices of the V/ miau'a club I replace the. hand typo now being 1f.\\ \,

o by Mrs J. T. Moore; I ( the good work, and commend \ sibte The U. D. C. will not solicit I, 17. A. B*. _* :r r'vnnr and in any bonk and I promise and directed. 1 by YV nne .'.\go) (xf u-teJ by the local mnnttfacturlng h. J 1'4 I.'

'ilnt-up, by Mills Pencle I each club member for his or money this year but all those interested joporntlr of the SfTke Dry Clean- i *.o :JuPi'ortlUI: and aU measures he Page.i-ill mnzi Producing Co.. company. \.7'' it

a (hange, by Miss!! Edna h"r efforts and achievements. are requested to send a crt plant, will move his equipmentfrom I that tend to ntnkc monies of innocent I of Atlanta drew a large crowd and --.- ..--- 1 I' ,'. f-. a"I' ,'
Beautiful 1 Home Grounds, hand or come and work themselves i the present location on Wal- depositors secure In every proved to be one of the beat and nirn IKACIIOJSirs 'J e ,

S'I| 'Hilda Forayth; Home Gar- Bonifay Texaco filling station, on Wednesday, the 27th Inst. I I' nut stret to the building adjoiningthe bank In this state. moat entertaining ever presented Sallie Ten of Starke, 4i}E s, !r

by Mrs. O. Underbill; Care corner Virginia avenue and Waukesha Mrs L. O. Powell Pres, Cnrola Cafe Mr. Besaent will RellpecttuUyeubmltted. here. The proceeds realised from brought several ripe peaches of r. l t

lithe Food In the Home, by Mrs. street being Improved. W T. Weeks Chapter, V. D. C '! add a complete laundry equipmentto W. E. MIDDLETON.Paid this entertainment will be used by the clingstone variety to the Tel. .' .

Pattee; Where Everybody la Mrs. J. E. Wilson bin plant following- removal Politiclal/ Adv. the club for clvia purposes. The graph office Tuesday. A considerable < :
| PPy, by Mlaa Ola Mae ParmenHomecloeing Miami Beach Building per Mra. O. L. Haynes,Chm.1 and will be In position to handle all I club appreciates the effort of number of the peaches matured J !

f song Hom, Sweet mits aggregating $6,850: Issued here Mra. El K. worjc now going to outside laun Palm Beach-Plans approved each who helped to make this at I and ripened In spite of the .j(

during recent day. Cemetery dries. for proposed post office building: ,traction a Bucceus. I last cold. '!.r \tpi)\, 'tf I'"
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::1 71 SENIORPKOPHECY working on the North Florida Canal Class of Bradford County High School for 1932 I, Bernie Colson, do bequeath to
children the
She bad eight Ex-teacher.
+ ,,! Malcolmn] Lewis all of my A's and ( )
Intuition Is a pecullar thing. ]last I heard from her; and Resale Etholin White card.I .
Ortho Matheny Patsy Brinson A+'s from my report A kind little fairy came
'" finished a series ot Colnon, now a doctor In a Jack-
I had Just will and be-
Bob Frink Herbert Stevens Ralph Cox, do And whispered In my ears,
sonville hospital.] Evelyn Stump
baton at Hot SpringArkansas Cleo Shep.ard. Ha Sponholtz queath to John Inman my extreme And told me what this class w", M
.'p which a sudden and unexpected "Well, you have one on me there. Ralph Cox and the
with the girls, I
Robinson populatrity beAt
( I know about Is { Lester Price Louise Edwards. I
from The
Inheritance only
i2* winfall, to-wlt an person
' Silcox
Melba Louise, Walters "famous Model T" to Harry Tyson the end of twenty years.
had Novella 1<: She's made quite a
a forgotten grand-uncle] permitted lng. Elizabeth Williams,
I school next
Ressie Colson Henry Mast to drive to year.
J and had decided as a lawyer and accordingto
me to partake, success
; she's' Novella King Miriam .Jacobs Lorena Grene I, Louise Thede, do leave all of Patsy was a pickle queen
tjt to see something of the "Cit;> the New York newspapers
{ l of RORCS" now running for the district at Willie Strickland Victor Thomas Ben Sternberg my old campacta to Abbie Harley.] She made both sweet and sour

l Aside from her shows and domestic torney's office In New Bedford, I, Gordon Wadsworth, do leaveto Beverly] had a beauty shop

)ye beauty Little Rock has lit Massachusetts." ,-- Ivan Hazen my old set of book- And waved hair every hour
books-provided he makes
+ tie of Interest to the outsider unless "Loyselle will be here In a few keeping

] he comes on business minutes," said Ralph, breaking in he left Dallas, Texas, for St SENIOR WILL good use of them.I will to Ressie was a railroad man;
A Louise Walters, do He shoveled dirt on the track;
Thus was I musing while I passed upon our conversation. "I got her Louie"
,, along Main street and eventual) on the telephone just as she was We, the members of the 1932 Lorle Kelly my loud voice.I |Ralph had hoboed 'round the world
haveto The rent of us looked at each graduating class] of Bradford High Henry Mast, do leave to my A pack upon his back.
f A turned into Market, and proceeded going out, no she won't even ,
tt$ L r westward until a sign upon a window stop to powder her nose" other thoughtfully for a moment" being of sane mind, do leave this, sister, Joyce Mast, a scolding If
''t aroused memories which had Our conversation until the arrival and there, "Willie Strickland! we our last will and testament, and she should ever tattle on me. Louise had never married,

been recalled frequently during the of Loyselle was merely desultory all cried in unlslon. pray that the same shall be duly I, Loyselle Turner, do bequeathto The reason was I think

pant few years and were becoming so I shall not repeat It here. 'Right you are," hailed a voice ,executed as in accordance with law. Juanita Dukes my privilege of She had a broken heart

f More dear with the relentless pass Somo twenty-five or thirty minutes ,from the doorway, and after some We leave Mr. Dowling and the skipping school every Monday. Because she lost Bob Frink.

la age of time. later we perceived that the !effort to get his person through the faculty our sincere regret that we I, Beverly Cady, do leave my

For some few minutes I could only actual Information she could 'narrow space an overwhelminglyfat ] cannot remain longer with them. solemn nature to Beatrice Johns Lorene was a seamstress,

', sot make up my mind as to my give us was that she had met Mel- fellow bore down upon us fill- To the "Rats" we leave all the and my job of motoring to Lawteyto A good one so they say;

i course of action. Should I walk ba Sllcox In New York the summer Ing our ears with an effusion of dignity that we have always lack Frances Shuford. Miriam was a movie star

1 In and Inquire or retuan to my hotel before. Melba was on her way greetings.Yes I, Willie Strickland, do leave M. And sang and danced all day

and telephone My' curiosity to Austria to study voice under it was undoubtedly Willie ed.To the "Sophs" we leave our old O. S. Book to Beatrice Miner-It

had been duly aroused by some inner Schwortzkoft. Strickland] but what a Willie. Na- themes and book reportswhatmore will benefit her if she will only Henry was a football coach

voice which was unusual one This developed Into more cursory ture had amply supplied him with could they want? use it correctly.I At dear old Notre Dame;

of my temperament conversation and speculatlou enough flesh for two large men. To the Juniors we leave our Sen Etholin White, do generously Ortho was a surgeon
Gentlemen, may
.J I slowly reread the gilt letters : ran rife until Loyselle fell head 'Willie it seems, was the agent Ladies to a new show? In ior privileges-May there be some bequeath my quiet disposition to And he had won much fame.

;, upon the window. "Cox and Frink,, over heels] Into an Idea. for the mortician supply] house, present you off the so more added to the list! Ohio Hinson.I .
it is fresh press
) :Funeral Establishment. Expert "I know what we'll do. Listen. whom Ralph and Bob had been ex- fact, that sometimes it la fairly] Personal Bequeaths Elizabeth Williams, do hereby Lester was a lawyer,

?T Pinking." The old 'doda', my boss," she ex- pecting. fresh, Now with that outline, I, Bob Frlnk, do will and be- will my dally job of being late to So was Novella King,

The small voice Inside of me refused plained to me, ,"has got his fingers Information impudent ? I'll tell queath to Margaret Williams two school to Thornton Johns. Cleo was an artist, .
the ,
ar and with can't hearing do you get my meaning of that the world I, Ortho Matheny do will to Harry Had painted lots of things
c to be stilled some in so many pies that he keep Loyselle had furnished about the all about it It is a college I feet height so of haircuts,
you secret
trepidation I entered. I up with 'em all so he has a group I think will not always have to look downon Sapp my
absent members of our graduatingclass play. The ecene: of action to the
dulled the but furnish and my "Popeye" Da was a dancer
light her
Heavy draperies 'of men who do nothing ] and then the stories of Bob in a one-horse town, the horse I .
within and produced a sombre, mel him Information about people is I, Louise Edwards, do leave to most deserving person.I She had won great renown;
v4 and Ralph] and Loyselle, Willie died long now It is a lively] little
ago to
ancholy depression upon my spiritual whom he designate I'll get him to turned to me "Well Louise he village. The title of the play] ,: J. R. Kelly my ability to type 31 Eevelyn Stump, bequeathto Ben was with a circus,
senses I put them to work to find out where I does words per minute in two years Harmon Morgan all my big He was the leading clown;
smiled, Its your turn now. Cough "At the End of the Rainbow I he lets
"Will you not be seated madam the rest of the gang Is and what time.I words, provided everyone Willie was a pugilist
; ?" came a dolorous voice at my they're doing. How-zat for an up not mean there is a lot of gold run-is Lester PrIce Robinson, beingof know from whom he obtained And weighed 300 pounds
h I bit In chair and ning wild, but the real meaning
wiggled a my .
matters mind do to Ruth I Bob was a blacksmithThe
,, elbow. These are necessary Idea, huh right bequeath
It will be a pot of fun for
but trying and we find out For week Loyselle! and I spent cast an Imploring glance at Loys- that there Rowe my heart.I Herbert Stephens, do will to best that could be found.
but she remained those who attend.
elle for assistance wonderful -
,r clients to be more restful] and at hours In reminiscence, the Novella King, do will and be- Frank Williams my power
many happy doors at 7:30: m.,
unmoved and I could see no The open p. of current events and
when ensconced a comfortable to job of Melba was a mayor .
ease upon shopping and going to the theatres.. out show' begins at 8 o'clock on the queath Clyde Morgan my
way so-- physics reports Of town out west
a ;
s chaIr she called us substitute teaching. way
It was quite evident that I had Then to gether one at afternoon the funeral parlors. "Well, I buried my first hus- dot admission; no more will, no be less 25c:! for The school priceof I, Miriam Jacobs, being indeed I, Victor Thomas, do will and Herbert had married Etholin

not been recognized and my own "I've got 'em all here but one," band. He died of pneumonia whileI children, 35c: for the grown-ups, very generous, do leave my win- bequeath my ability to deliver an The girl he loved the best

6 astonishment at the change In she told us. "But I'll have him anytime was trying to make up my mind and 60c for reserved seats. When ning ways to Hope Haynes.I oral composition by the rules of Evelyn was the principalOf

7h { Ralph Cox, had, for the moment,, now." whether to send for the doctor or and feel like Ben Sternberg, do leave to Unity, coherence, and emphasis to the dear old B. H. S.
the show is
over you
r, robbed me of speech. He was the "The first," she enumerated, "is save money and nurse him myself] haven't had your money's Dorothy Meade my rating as Mildred Morgan, and my positionas Victor was a farmerI

?,z 1, perfect specimen of his profession Beverly Cady. She is now in the and I divorced the other four be- you worth, go to the ticket office and "teacher's pet," and my abundanceof Mrs. Hudson's "teacher's pet"to do not know just why;
to the black frock coat, high cause I couldn't make up my mind ? to Essie Sapp. Morris Jackson.I .
even Cook County Insane Asylum near ask for it-and see if you get it witty ( ) sayings Loyselle owned an airplane,
t collar and overly large black cravat Chicago. Now wait," she cried' whether I wanted to married or back! I, Lorene Green, being generously Patsy Brinson, de bequeath to! Flew] away up in the sky.
live the life of an old maid. NowI've Inclined will to Jennie Dunn Pearl McEarcheu my careless attitude
the expressions upon our 2:1: 1932,
seeing The date, Monday April
decided to be old maid and and to Lucille Edwards my :
an ,
of at last first
s The excitement having faces, "you're all wrong becauseshe High School auditorium. my ability to discuss the partof ; Gordon had a grocery store
my intuition turn out to be cor- Is a specialized nurse there" take a rest, for a while at any the lesson at the end of the per History Note Book. (Price fifty' And had made lots of money;

rect finally dispersed the spell entangling A mutual sigh of relief arose. rate." Resale: "Say mister, hold these iod.I. cents.I II Louise had a dairy farm
my vocal organs and- books a minute." Ila Sponhiltz, do bequeath to Melba Silcox, being of generous And lived on milk and honey.

v, "Don't you remember me Ralph?" "Next are Etholin White and I Miss Myrtice: "If you subtract Mr Dowling: "Boy, don't you Mac Davis my ability to take dic disposition, do bequeath all

I Inquired. Louise Walters. They are doing I 14 from 113 what's the difference know I am principal] of this tation. May he add my rate to my Senior dignity to anyone who Elizabeth had a restaurant

4 He ]leaned forward and after a fine with a series of sandwich and I ?" school" his and therefore call himself a needs it, and my ability to write Her specialty was pies;

brief scrutiny, arose from his chair Ice cream stands In Hollywood" and I Henry: "Yeah, I think it's lot of I Resale: "That's all right, you stenographer.I satisfactory Senior Wills to some Louise Walters had marriedA

with an exclamation of amazement. Los Angeles, California. )I foolishness, too. look honest Cleo Shepard, do leave to Dolly unlucky person. man who had cross-eyes.
"Louise Edwards!" he ejaculated. "Then comes Herbert Stevens i I Sworn to and subscribed before' ,

''i ; \ "By jove! Of all people you are I!withirdrug: store in Yates Center, -- me this 8th day of April 1932. Miss Florence: "What do you

the last] I would expect to see here, Kansas, and like nearly all the SCHOOLDAYS By DWIG By MELBA SILCOX mean, Lester Price, by speaking of

;I Walt just a moment. rest of the druggists In.that state Acting for Senior Class. Dick Wagner, Ludie Buthover..

lie stepped quickly to the rear he's probably making a pretty" penny Witnesses hereof: Charlie Gournod and Fred Handel

wall and brushing aside a portionof on bootleg cigarettes. "" S. S. DOWLING, ?"

n the drapes, blew through a "Here's a good report. Victor OLIVE E. RAY, Lester: "You can't blamo] roe,

speaking tube, then presently; Thomas I la really making the gradeas C. U. SHORTLY. you told me to become familiar

"Hello Bob. Stop mangling that a mineralogist with a big" minIng (Seal) Notary Public. with the great musicians. __
t R cadaver for a while and come on corporation in Nevada.

y+ rl ,, up. We have a visitor." "And can you imagine this? Lou- ffljggSgffl flaaflHpp0aHlfllHBflM3nHPBQMP] ) *_--
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*, "By the way," turning to me ise Thede Is a traveling evangelisttent ,

once more, I suppose you know and all; and Evelyn Stump VOTE FOR
4A In Lit I working for the Salvation ArmyIn
f that Loyselle Turner Is here ly

;' i 5 tle Rock? No? Well, she's personal Detroit < JOHN W. NEWBERN !
N secretary to a decrepit old "Miriam Jacobs is married to the

: mlllonalre/ who has taken a liking son of a wealthy New York merchant NEWBERRY, FLORIDA I
4 to her. Oh nothing personal in It and has gone in strong for

r so far as I know. He must be In society and lorgnettes." For State Railroad CommissionerI j
his late seventies;; but she certainly "Gordon Wadsworth has the
//4; < has It soft She doesn't have reputation of tearing his hair completely will appreciate your vote as well as your solicitation of j
your friends' votes for me for State Railroad Commissioner {
anything to do but say 'yes' or 'no' I ] out every six months. lie Is
c in the Democratic primary in June. I have had forty
t to people he does or doesn't want to' now a poet
years of continuous practical experience In handling rail-
see. ; "Ha Sponhllta Is a chorus girlin
1 ;y "Is there some way for us to get a show now playing In Des way transportation for the public. I will do all possible to j
t Moines Iowa." make your confidence good,and merit your continued
; Jn touch with her? I asked. ,

? "Certainly.] I tell-" "Cleo Shepard and her husband 0w support. Ij j I

I 'd! "Louise Edward! Well I'll bewitched have a private sunbath kindergarten

When Ralph told me we at Miami Beach. \?

+ had a visitor I had an Idea that It "Patsy Brlnson la now a tightrope S7S'7C74S74S7SaSaS7444 5-' .-+r nC

must be a supply agent from St. walker in a vaudeville act I

Louts that we've been expecting for playing] in Memphis. Imagine me

some time now. What a life! This on a rope If you can." MIAMIFLORIDA"THE

?1, R mortician/ business seems to be "Lester Price Robinson is teaching

'i just one dead thing after another. social sciences and coaching YEAR-ROUND PLAYGROUND"HOTEL

i rm ao homesick I can taste It, but football In a small college In Geor I II

my wife won't go with me because gia" i o I LEAMINGTON\

of her mother, who is a pesky hypochondriac "Ortho Matheny now writes mys-

and she'd feel terribly tery novels under the pserulonym' "ML\.l\ 'S MOST POPULAR HOTEL"
burt If I went off and ]left hero Mathew Thor"
N. E. tat St. A 3rd Ave
K { I'm stranded here until the 'In- "Elizabeth Williams has her own

i law' either takes a notion to get fashion shop In Kalamazoo] Michigan ...YEAR ROUND RATES$2.00$2.50$3.00Sinde
.y weU or some actual disease and and Is doing nicely."

c r ;y dies of it. How are you? Have "Henry Mast la now In the business $3.00-$, $5.00 Double
you heard what any of the rest of of salvaging souls. He Is pastor -
w No Higher Rate.All .
the old gang are up to? Guess In his own church in Moncton, ---.--

Ralph told you that Loyselle was New Brunswick." : rooms with private bath

In town didn't he? I-" "Ben Sternberg has taken over ... Service, efficiency, courtesy, cleanliness, hospitality economy and

"Bob," I .crled. "that Is enough. his father's store and turned It into .-.-. ... honesty are the cardinal principles upon which the popularity of

q w ;i 4 The only ones out of the old bunch a three-story emporium. .the Hotel Leamington has been built.
Y"' that I know anything of are: Lo- "Now that leaves only one more
: T rene Green who Is married to a to be accounted for and the men 't.C' 5\J c.prtt E- Off--z- Alfred Simmons, Proprietor" J. Fred Brunner, JoIaD&err'

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>!!ass .*.1. Mmmo Cor. Mini llontn Drown, Cnr. !IU. Thrliim Ilaodrn. (;0.. Miss l.Mlrn Ma ......*. (or. Mr. "'. P. l>rkl., Cor.P. Shoe: I........ Green ('..r. I attss tllrx: ..u..n...... ('or. ;, {}tk

Mr Mra A Durclen have Mrs. Enoch Griffis and Mrs. Emma There was a I ,
!and large crowd that Mr. Purvis Lewis of Jacksonville P. Dekle and sons, accom- T. D. I
Mr. and Mrs. Ossle Green and Dyal of Ziff '' 't I
was a business
new .daughter, who arrived April Dlckerson were visiting Mrs. attended church at Mr. and Mrs. spent the last of this week-end here panied by J. W. Galney, attended) a little visitor In r
son, Jerry of Jacksonville, this section
O. L. Brown Wednesday night. I John Clemons' Saturday night. with his parents Mr and Mrs. J. musical at the home of Mr. and Rev. Tuesday. ; ;
were Mr. and Mrs. A. J. and Mrs '
18thGeorge visiting Dixon of Jackson i
while Mr. Marvin .
JIcMcekln hunting Johnson was visiting Misses Ila Mae Parmenter W. Lewis. Mrs. T. D. Proctor Tuesday eve- .
Santa Fe River Mr. and Mrs. E. Wilmot Saturday. I Gladys Underhill Saturday. and Sunday. villa, were dinner! guests of Mr. and j
bee trees In swamp Parmenter Edna Davis and Mr. L. W. Sowell and nephew J. Mrs. '
ning.Mr. Miss( Ida Sweat was the guest of C. B. Roberts
lost nit way and remained in the Mr. Harvey Woods was the guestof Mr. Russell and Melvin Carter and W. Farehy of Mlcanopy. were visit- Lena Drawdy and son, Rrew Thursday w:
I her sister Mrs K. K.: Green Wednesday Among those who
I swamp from Tuesday morning: un- Mr. G. L. Kersey Thursday. New Burney attended church Sat Ing In our section Sunday.Mr. accompanied by Marshall Scott afternoon church hero attended k

Iii midnight the following Wednesday Mrs. O. It. Brown was the guestof urday night. and Mrs. C. F. Litchfield and were week-end guests of Mr. and .1 Mrs. Sunday were: Mr. and :
Miss| Mildred Sanders Is Roy Blrt
I spendinga and E. J. '
, A posse of friends had been Mrs. Jim Bagwell Saturday. Miss Hilda Forsyth spent Sunday baby spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs B. L. Duke, returning to Le s- few days in Starke with Miss Hazel Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. Willie King of
searching diligently for him for Misses Edna and Thelma Bryan with Mrs. J. C. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Mann. burg Sunday. Johns. I and ] Prevail ,

many hours. He was found by D. were visiting Doris Brown Sunday.Mr. Misses Edith and Rosa Moore Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Thomas and Miss Ruth Tyson of Lake Butler l\lr. and Mrs. Pasco Rowe of and. children Mrs.; E., George J. Yarboroughand Youngblood

W Johnson who discovered him Marvin Johnson was the were visiting Mrs. J C. Jones one son, and Miss\ Rhoda Thomas were spent Saturday night here, guestof Jacksonville '
were visiting Mr. daughter Irene of Waldo.
reclining between two logs not a guest of Miss Boots and Freda day last week. visiting their parents Mr. and Mrs.J. Miss Gladys Duke. Mrs. A. J. Underhill Saturday and I'I Mrs. Martha Woodward

great way from the edge of the I Brown Saturday afternoon. 1 Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Moore: and B. Thomas.Mr. O. P. and J. B. Dekle, J. W. Sunday.Mrs. Slarke was Mrs. of

swamp He was weak and almost j I Tom Bryan was the guest of Mr. son, Clarence, spent Saturday and' :J. W. Lewis was attending to' Gainey and Resale Carleton attended A. J. Underhill) nnd Mrs. W. Broughton Sunday.vlslllng Hillanl

speechless, having suffered from I. Ancll Brown Sunday. Sunday in St. Augustine the guests i business in Starke Friday. the party at the home of Mr. D. Bradley were the guests of Miss I Minnow Beatrice and Marguerite

lack ''it water, and exhaustion and i Mr Fred Bryan and Earl Johns of their son and daughter, Mr. and Miss Marglt Howard spent Sat- and Mrs. John Shaw Friday eve- Ida Sweat Saturday.Mr. Byrd of Tampa, were visiting hers '

being chilled by the night air. I were the guests of Mr. Ernest Wil- Mrs. Lloyd Moore. urday night and Sunday with Miss ning.Will [ and Mrs. John demons were I Sunday.

U r' Sweeney assisted by James I!II mot Sunday. '1! Mrs. H. H. Parmenter spent Hazel Thomas. Keerce Is visiting relatives visiting Mr. and 1Irs.V.. C. demons Carl Broughton and Horace Cain
of the who had I Mr. the Mr. and Mrs. Shaw and this week.
th'Meekln son man Raymond Bryan was Monday with Mrs. R. V. Parmen- Henry here Monday afternoon.Mrs. arompanlcd Riley Wasdln and Fred

been lost carried him to the cars guest of Miss Inez Kersey Satur- ter.Mr. son; Louis and Junior and Mr. J. li. V. Gainey and family were 10:. E. Green and little son, Johnson! to Jacksonville Friday I '.

' 'thai were parked at the edge of day night. and Mrs. Bonnie Sapp and W. Lewis spent Sunday at Graham called to the bedside of his broth- Hollls. wore visiting Miss Ida '.1 Mrs. Beatrice nines of Cooter

thi bay He was brought to town I Mrs. Thelma and Edna Bryan daughter Dorothy and Ina Forsyth with Mr. and Mrs. K. \V. Reynolds.Mr. er-in-law Oscar ParrIsh of High Sweat Sunday afternoon. Pond were visiting here Sunday. : +

mien. nt' revived immediately lit j called on Miss Pency Nettles Frl- of Starke were in our section Sun- and Mrs. T. D. Dyal and chil Springs Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersoy were .

mffer- with sore feet, as his feet I I day afternoon. I II I I, day afternoon. dren spent Sunday at Graham with i J. W. Galney and J. P. Dekle attended the guests; of Mr. and Mrs. n. Ft. Pierce Improvement made l(

were, badly torn by the bamboo I Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Griffis were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Clemons of Mr. Dyal'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. a pound 1 party at the home: Green Sunday night. E'I to Interior of Sunrise Grocery Peacock 1

end ,other thorny vines. I the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Starke were the guests of his parents O. W. Dyal. of Mrs. P. O. Dukes Saturday eve- Mr. Herbert Norman was visiting' \ building -

Mr and Mrs O. Haynes and RlgdonThuraday night. I.I.I I Mr. and Mrs. John Clemons Mr. Pervls Lewis and sister Lula ning.Mr. In this section Sunday afternoon.Mr. \i

daughter Mrs. Hunt have returnedto I Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Kersey and I Saturday night and Sunday. Mae were visiting Miss Heatha and :Mrs. T. D. Proctor wero and Mrs.' Earlle Thomas were I'

their home here after a visit family were visiting her father at Mr. Tom Overstreet of Jackson Thomas of Danville Saturday af- guests of Mr. and Mrs., l'. P. Dekle visiting Mrs May Pullman Satiir-
with friends and relatives in Valdosta Raiford Sunday. i j, ville was visiting his brother Mose ternoon.Mr. Saturday evening. tiny night. BALLOT : 1 II

Ga. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Brown were'.1 Overstreet Saturday.Mr. R. B. Thomas was attendingto K. P. Dekle, Robbie Parrlsh and Miss\ Mildred, Sunders was the ..

Mr and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan and visiting Mr. and Mrs R. A. Pre- Cornelius Moore and Willie business In Starke one day of Resale Carleton visited Mr. and guest of Miss. Pauline and Lorrne ty f('.n.fldat.nainrs. who of have slate! formally and coun.*.. ,. ,.j

JIrs. J. P. Sullivan, were the guests vatt Sunday afternoon. i i Mae Newsom passed through here this week. Mrs. J. B. Goodge Saturday evening Green Friday. nouneedn. / the T.Uir.ph to tkle' ,

or Mrs Sullivan's daughter Mrs. Miss Virginia Brantly and Ola j Sunday night. Mrs. Charlie Lewis of Brooker Is Miss Bertlce Norman was visitIng il cmrylna.,,ie. ,'hl."imiiixit U not uf .an nil cendldst.s official ballo.for'. I, i ff(J

.1, P Summers of Providence. Mae Andrews were the guests of Mr. Hudson Morgan is spending visiting her daughter Mrs. Harris '. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green were I Miss Pauline and Lorene Green dirrnrrnt ofrleee, hut lute only those 'I "'

0 U Harrison and family were Misses Boots and Freda Brown 'this week here with his brother, Stokes for a few days. 'I. weekend guests of Mrs. Futch.P. Friday morning.We tlirollirlt e.ndhlafra,' DAM_ wh"Mlve'II."nta, hav.I ( an notuoed In ...... 'i "f r!

visiting In Wildwood and Ocala Sunday. Clyde Morgan.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. H Howard and JM.! Dukes of Little Springs I 'arc very sorry to hear about paper l for the ..ITI... they a.....n. -- 1 1 I ,

lust Sunday. !4r. J. C. Simmons was the guest Lorena Gilstrop spent Sun- children and Mra. R. B. Thomas 'visited) relatives here Friday.Mr. Miss Susie Wells being Kick this IInll..l. Must II. Marked .. '111.". of ; t t' ,:

two unoccupied residences at the I of Miss Willie Johns Sunday. day with her sister, Mrs. Peach and. daughter, Hazel were shoppingIn Russell Green of Hruokcr I week and wo all hope she will noon :'10..... ; I I i.:
north end of Church street owned Mr. Cecil Harris of Raiford was Crawford. Brooker Saturday afternoon.Mr. was a visitor here Sunday. be out again ', .., ,::

b\l.J,\ H. McGruder, burned to the visiting this section Sunday. There was church held at the L. A. Futch of Hampton, ------.------- 1'ute for Oil.For l.o.rrnur ; :; j(;,
ground this week, while the residence Miss Mae Bryan was visiting home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Moore was In our section one day of this I LIVE STATE IIAPI'KNINUS:: be used In stocking Lake Butler ----- -- ;I jt

which Mr. McGruder and friends and relatives here Sunday. Friday night. A very large crowd week. I Tarpon Springs Leader.! 'AI"I"UHU CALUWbLL; :,

family occupies and Mrs. M. E. Mr. Hugh Andrews was the attended. There will be services at Rock i Tallahassee Augusta Conradl i Jacksonville-. Extension of delivery A. lIAIUJhJoJ: : !.. /

Manaire's two story residence came guest of Miss Freda Brown Sunday Miss Mary Reddish spent Sunday church this Saturday and Sundayby Little Theatre at Florida State nnd pickup service to Include 'I'UM IIAItTI .11"

near being destroyed by the flames. afternoon. with Misses Rosa, Edith and Pastor Anderson of Brooker. College for Womevn dedicated. ; nil territory In city limits announced : 1/i"1i"CAItY ;
Mr and Mrs. L. J. Wynn and Lois Moore Sunday. Mr. Paul Prescott spent Sunday Key: West .-- Annex to Marine by officials of Hallway Express "'. A. IIATIIAWAY t E EJunN

ffit and Mrs. L. H. Futch, were Miss Josephine Green spent Sun- here with Willie and, Carl Prescott.GREENWOOD Hospital completed. : Agency Inc.Winter : W. alltTtNNerrel.rr I':

OK' guests of Rev. McGauley and day with Miss Thelma Rhoden. Starke- -Former DeWitt C. Jones Garden Main, offices of
uf Isle DnttJ
family at Brooker this week. BOATDRAIN The Woman's Club held their Hardware building being remodeled. Southern T.'I ult Distributors( Inc., \- fur, uuut'emnlnluorr, :i' .'II.'

Miss\ Geraldine Johnson, who has Miss Saul Allrn ('.... regular monthly meeting at the moved from Orlando to this city. .-J Xy --- I'' I.I) IIi.

been visiting friends and relatives school house. Miss Pearl Jordan Tallahassee Building permits Crcstvlew Lamar Hotel dining -.
in Starke, returned to her home and gave a demonstration on cutting Minn, "Kmmitlyn I'rliigli, Cor. Issued In Florida during February room remn.I<,lcd preparato to reopening v"te fur ens, ur ".rh'.U.r. ftl 1 '
Mr. and Mrs. Galney daugh-
this week. i and sewing. The meeting was attended totaled $676,205, gain of about CO) ----. ,- -- -. : ,

t r, visited. Mrs. Jimmie :Allen and by a large crowd.ROSEDALE. Mr. St. Clair Moseley and C. A. per; cent over total for January, Plant City Raney Stores, Inc., Irn.NI.IN/ n. KlNrl- ,j I tlt

family.Mr. Pringle were transacting business according to national monthly opened for business on Reynolds I NATIIAN MAYU -- rf ,
Theodore Donnelly visited I r j. i I
street -- ;
BOOTSEY'S BEACHI Mr. Raymond Glisson Sunday. In Jacksonville Friday. building survey of S. W. Straus & For U.Ilru.d .u..I..I..r "
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Milliard of Co., New York City. Panama City- Vote fur .
Harrell visited :Miss(
:Miss Cherry hradquar-I i it
I JackRonvllleGolden'lI formally opened! In new .
*. finikin. Cor. Agnes Johns recently.Mr. Woodlawn spent the week-end foolery I \Y. U. L'lItULAS: \ '
37 West Korsyth street, reopened tern on Harrison nventit. {1 ; ,
C. Glisson visited Mr. Mar- !Miss Lucille (crim, Cor.Mr. with her parents Mr. and Mrs. .IOIIN W. y
Steve Starling.! i with entirely new stock of shoe Eirooksvllle BrookHvllle Theatre NI1WIII'HIN. I I' '
rhose attending church at Union ion Glisson Sunday. Misses Emmalyne and I Hartow-Furniture arriving for opened under management (If Mrs. --- -- --- : \, ;

Sunday from here were Mrs. J. Mr. Frank Harrell visited Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Griffis and Pringle New Oaks Hotel. I). L. Morrison. I'ar ..natu. .'
I. Gasklns Mr. R. N. Crawford Leslie Gllsson Sunday morning. children were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Evelyn Moseley were visiting their Vu'e fur UII.. r : '
I Fort Pierce Work of removing Groveland Fred Reynolds of ,1))
cousins Misses Pencle and Jamie
Mr. Isadore Gllsson visited J. M. Lacy Norman Sunday.
in' Mr M. Crawford. I I1AL Y. MAINI:
shouts from Inlet channel here Tampa, opened Grnvelund bakery.Miami T
Crawford I Allen Saturday afternoon. Miss Lucille Griffis spent the Sapp Sunday '
vri and Mrs. C. E. 'z- ;:
BeachNew construction! M. MANN f
started recently. :
Mrs. Prlngle and children I I
I i week-end with Miss Mamie Daisy ,
Sin\ Sallie Blackwelder and Mrs. ISAiJlPSON Thompson -
ft 'Crawford and children spent I | of Bootsey's Beach. spent Sunday with her mother Jacksonville- -Old Skating rink to be started here this month to W.N MiinieiroN;i: : -- -" i I I IIarnbrr
to be remodeled' Into head- total over $500,000. ,I't
Mrs. J. S. Rosier. building
Miss Ruby Raulerson visiting ....... ,
''hi week-end at St. George Ga., was IlrVre.ensa11r...
CITY local Athletic Club. Lake Worth New hospital i
Mr. and Mrs. Leven Griffis Mesdames W. It. Pringle, R. II. quarters Vole fur ono. f fu
i me
of relatives.
guest Futch and Leslie McClellan Zolfo Springs Extensions to formally opened at J Street and
Miss Lucile Griffis of Rosedale, Minn Dorothy ftnillh. (..... I Sunday afternoon. were Sixth M. ';\/A'\N/ \ :I '' '
Atlantic Coast Line aliplplng platform avenue.
few here last week | Mrs. Pasco Griffis of Highland, shopping In Starke Sntur-Uy.: 1Mnr 1--
spent a days .
GainesvilleCar of oil 1' IL P'N"lILtlTI :
here under construction. Tung
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Futch was I :
the guest of friends and relatives. I! Smith business 'was visiting: Mr. and Mrs. Dopsie :II
Mr. W H. was a Griffis visiting Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Star- Key West- Exterior work on shipped from here recently. foray J.d. r
Mi and Mrs J. L. Gaskins and Sunday. .f ;
visitor to Jacksonville Thursday. Vule rur !
Suwannee Store, UII.
ling Sunday. post office building nearing completion Chlpley establishment I Iunr1.
Mi L J. Norman made a business II i I Mrs. S. E. Jones left Tuesday for {I Miss. Lucile Griffis was visitingMr. __ .1 MliROOKER opened In old Bluebird : A. IIAHrJ/oIItH: ; !1:I I,
and Mrs. Leven
trip to Starke Monday.Mr I a visit with her son J. B. Jones In Griffis Sunday. About 100.000 bass fingerlings; to Cafe building.No : \ t
A. J. Chasm of St. George ,''Palmetto. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilkersonwere 17. K. l'I.ItI1YMAfo' \,

Ga spent Sunday night here with I Mr. W. J. Roberson and Kirby visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leven "......h.t.nd.nt uf 11..1. r

Air and Mrs. R. N. Crawford. I IIr. Smith spent Tuesday in Palatka. Griffis Sunday afternoon. Vote for un. 1: f W Wr i '

:\ and Mrs. R. C. Griffis and I Mr. and Mrs. Elver Raulerson ofJacksonville. JIll... 'u. f..ln.,.. ('.... ,. 1// 'U'1'CU i' :

children of Rosedale spent Sunday' ,'were visiting hilt parents I'II.
A. J. 01111'1'1. e t'' I.
here the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. I' Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Raulerson We were all very sorry to hear
Gov. Roosevelt /, }
J Norman. : Sunday. of Mr. Lewis Shrlver's store burn- I
Mrs,". Joe Hodge and daughter, Ing down last Thursday at 3 a. m. ('I.rk ('trerl1'.rr h t"t.

Bay Harbor-Southern Kraft I' says: Geneva were visiting Mrs. R. C. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Morgan are Vole for 0.... :'. ;, ,

Corporation inaugurated use of Griffis Sunday afternoon.Mrs. the proud parents of a little girl excuse fora u. w. ALrnHMAN" '

crude oil for operating mill. I Wesley Harris and Mrs. J. born Thursday. April 14. A. J. THOMAS ',1

L. Starling were attending churchat Messrs. H. P. Gainey and A. B. I'I'I"or

Arcadia-H. G. Davis Installed I Lawtey Sunday.Mr. Surrency were transacting business muddy Vote for one.Tat A....... .iI,' t

new refrigerator display case. Leon Wilkerson spent Satur- In Hampton Tuesday. car I''

day night with Mr. Brownie Austinof F:. W. ItAyRs: ;\ j r

Highland. -- with like this! L. 11. HILL I L'' f'i f'iWAINWItlOJlT '

WHAT EDITORSARE Mr. and Mrs. L. Grose of near a price N '' I '' '

Lawtey was visiting her parents OVERVORkl I 01
SAYING s" lathe only sure preven- : For Tsa t'oll..f.r '
\voRK! Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Wilkerson. I Vets for one. J t
live or brooding and this Mr. Wesley Wilkerson of High NERVES i r'i. !
I work must be something more than Bali/ JOIINtI; I
In kiln Roosevelt has the land was visiting Mr. G. D. Wll-

of nucc'-Bn.. "-Orange Dell :I fore ntorentlner.routine It ex must rcl8e.be real It must work-be kerson Sunday. :\riJ.'A.KN 1(1 liT l I'
Bernardino. Calif. WASH
C j totniuhlnir that achieves somethingfor CAR Fur Sheriff '
-. It Is the feeling: of achievement New Port Richey Workmen Vole for nn..
noHovelt I In. right
We don't seem to hoar that give work Its! power to busy on Werner-DeBoer property, OMrAH ANIIIU'U'; :: '

about the other candidates. hHnn about forgetfulness of theunpl"nsunt west of town quarrying and Ii, l
I. f' ('r.EAfoNS:
ha. become of them?"- crushing rock for Soldiers' Home 1 I. .1 !
S e e
rune, ChII' IlO. 111. project at St. Petersburg. W J. Ff'PER"'ON" i il rItrrmhe.
"The whole suocesa of our d" mo"rncy I
a t .
has not been that It Is a democracy Sebonl Do.r.-m.t.let. I
With so many distinguished! where In the will of a bare Winter Garden Plans under Vol. for nn.. Iu. I/I I i

llr' 'era ale to chanm from party rank majority of the total Inhabitant la way to replace sidewalks extending H. IIRNNETT: j !t1! i
la turning with Impressive Imposed upon the minority but be. from Reddlcks Cash Grocery on '
U nlmlty to Roosevelt. Hla fund FOR J. T. MOOR!] j : i
cause It has been a democracy Main street to corner and down i in.
Y .
nn rental p.ople.-omaha appeal 1 la to be the com- whore through a dividing of 1"0" I I Plant street past Sigal's Store. Y WEEK OF A. NJlWHOM 1 i
World Her-
called States I
frnment Into units
11' Nebr. of the minority ........... ".......1 n..r.nl.trtrt e ,
rights and interests APRIL 25th
S e Wauchula-10 carloads cucumbers V"t. far on. ,
t tw.
have been respected and have al- t
Jl 'tt Is all over but the shouting. vaya been given, voice In the control I > shipped from here during regent ONLY r.. M.'N"'IlrU"' : I.
Roosevelt movement I.I bocora. of our affairs." week brought growers of thissection ,
Iii .
H. 1' MAY
mat ImpreMlve." It looks u S e e about 912.00O. :. '"1. {
ugh UP TO year sera l, work .
a the antl-Rooaevelt group "Let us not forget that tlire rail i aa blah tension. W"n..r 1I..onl Ro.N_nl.trIet I i
going to have their work cul, ho an autocracy of special claweior Flagler Beach-Electrical equip- K wonder V". for .n. C
o"' for you asp at UM wifeand ,
o '10 on them It they atop the farr I commercial Interests which U ment for refueling airplanes Installed but: at the ehiUrvn.Watch .1. If. KELLY

81, '"i City the convention floor- utterly Incompatible; with a realdemocracy at local airport. ootl Orervorkexlajanaa n ...n.....""... I
Journal l. la.f I whose boasted motto I* may lead to Slexrplxn-' Here' a good example: of how you can save money by y1 I

Is of' the people by the people and > Nerroo* B.w.che.1 Noaa :- getting your Chevrolet maintenance and repair work Cnnnlr C..minl'.. .._lltrlrt 1 j I
entirely refreshing to have j for the people:" 'i Vote for on.. ,
z. Iota ad l of tI .
i''"?**" and< an administration by S rTo nt done at your Chevrolet dealer' A car: washreal., : ,
al i 1 for the I other anptauant disturbances done with the latest J. M KOMIKKfamtlr :
American people. even bring about government by> don't try Dr. Hn.Ut .- thorough-going car wash high-

b"Ih, :'e Tammany thrown In. than to oligarchy masquerading .aa democracy. Why yon Nervine Tab.....I pre ure washing equipment-for only 7Set No caustic ('...n" l..lo.er-I l.tHrt aI. .
ijoow with an admtnlstran it la fundamentally: essentialthat are ed-only clear vegetable-bate that Vnt for ono
ti r, by lad one In a halt glass atwater aoap saps
1 with and for the European pea practically all authority and makes. a pleaaact. gpu*>; protect the finish. of your car. And a rigid inspection I it U ('ONIr: En
Wall' Street thrOwn In.- I control be centralized In our n&- .
ai 1 rka Tribune. Nev. !ilnnnl I government." Hng drink: delightfully soothing made after the car i le cleaned to be sure the job meet J. O. rRBWSfnnmlr !! ,1

C "The rc-l"tlon. betweenthe to or.r-taied nerrea. Chevrolet itandard Make your Chevrolet look Its I(
I proper ._
a oM1.a Dr. MUe Nerrln .b now f*>mmUl Illatrlrl SMAI.HHIY
Rooeovelt government of the United beet-these bright lunahiny day. Drive it i In Vot '
I'' POlNlellllCa the culturej VTNAOS ajui* in tw form*-Liquid nod. to a for one
oolltlcaj sagacity of Tbomoa States: and the rovernmont of the I r MAaI ate. Tablet Both bran Chevrolet dealer' IS j
-on. the courage and virility separate EtAtea thereof depend ei"- Effcnwemt T HO)(All G
0 effect
1 UM MOM soothing --
"Irew Jackson. ur-!ly. In their legal aspects en 7l..
the honeaty"rmo lrNhI4RHR.L
S i, 11M at row drug .tor*) f ff.
.". of Orover ivh-it power have been voluntarily. .
et t'o Intellectuality and Hrrnnea. peil-d to the central gove-rnmei ft !I I V,4N for, on 1'wwwledoarr.. UItrlPt 4 # '
odrow the Rates themselves.Vhat theM i 5E
cone For lazy liver, stomach and. 1
Ie clear hla band powers of government are Is contained a. W. 1IINMON;; '.r ,
e r:I'l hla are In national Constitution kidneys, MIiousn: iadl.gestion Starke Florida
h lore alma are pun. and b.a our or by head ( ...*y ('' mnil..laa._ni* rl*>< S
Leer. beep ln unta011 with the lther bv direct language coi tipatSon, Vo *> for on*. ,I IO. ,
or the rreat common peo- Implication .o plain sa to hare I ache, cold and fever.I "
--COl'l'oliton I been recognized by the people gen W. ANPRKWS .. l lIt.
w. Newa-Domoc. Of and 35/ dealer1.: I '
I erally. T. 03TEE.VI i'
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: _._ u ._ _. __ .. --- -- .- -- -. -- --- .-_ ----.-- ---- -: ------- ---. .
r f7"
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the Woman' Club house with I''

: I :;tarkf Mlsi Grove MyrMc: !an Oils hostess Crump NoH I Radio Program March 3QihhT

F' fl3ocicty7JjUAI'TlST 1 moo I i.'IIII. ; 'igc-r A'-siitnnt nnd member Attendant of the Flor-state, L + Do You Know ? -I-I'to :I: ,

j 'r..rn..d HrJiiiriiri c"eI,. I'nlon Couilllrn lab I'arl.'I .
idri frnteiniil congress will be the I

I! hon nr (Client.I --- _.

I The opening excrol will be conducted Homo Demonstration Work In Union riety of vegetables mr- ,. .

: by the Starke Grove No. I and Bradford CountiesBy table
In family at all tin. .
W. M. S. TO MEET l rcith nndZanders arranged i "
Mra. Mnud Andrews of LaKe-
i surplus used in ,
Each honorjpii'.qt canning .
bd.skct i nn'l viiacs. ":
| Biii| Grove. will be the presiding: officer ( Miss Pearl Jordan, Home
; The Riptf': t W. M. S. will meet ", vvi'i given a dainty corsage keting.
4 ___ for the afternoon. A large
___ Demonstration Agent.) ,
Through interest ,
an In
flrwI'/q. evening t.
at the .diurcli: Monday afternoon' at oi' / During
: pln.au of candidates will be Initiated ;
Along with else this ,
every one nutrition
and Miss Klhel work our womun
Mrs. J. D. Doyle i
for their
3 o'clock;: regular pro-
; the of woodcraft.
gram :imi business meeting. Circle Griffin rendored several vocal and 1 Into degrees year all of us In home demonstration have learned bow to use i I' <
I and state
and Mrs. L. Q. I The followingnatlonnl work are paying our tribute to green vegetables in their',
No 1 with Mrs. J. H. Pitts, as piano selections be Mrs. De-
lender? v.Jl; h.ivo charge of the pro-I Powell gave an Edgar Quest read- officers Mra.will Ella: present Strickland: Mrs. I I George Washington, and honoring have studied the valu. 1
) gram Ing. At the close! of an evatIngpteaeaitly i pew Anna Al- him for his far reaching contribution milk and dairy prcdurt-
Anna Richardson, Miss
to our country. Our home of
4 spent a sweet course impcrtance poultry in
L Mrs. Uta _
kcr Mrs. Vonda Inman
jtNioii; rntcLE NO. 32 I was served to about twenty-five j ", Miss demonstration clubs In Bradford products in the proper, I i
Ballentlne, Miss Rosa Rivers and Union counties have observed ;
guests. meals for the faintlyv,
The' ;ii"ior, Woodmen Circle met it I Catharine Olkern, Mrs. Tlpplns I his! anniversary with special programs studying at all! timex :-.
Mrs. Addle Mae Godbolt, Mrs.
J )j'YIdiiv.! A [jit 11 16th. 'Two new MISSES HABAH.HOPE Lookwood and others. In our club with tree plantings palatable meals at cm.-'I:' ) i

member* were received Into the order HAVNRH AND LULA' tEl 't anH with community enter- Surplus products are IT, idardieed i-
At fix o'clock a buffet ,
'"i fi.iinwing" / the business ses- GUAVK!: GIVES 1) \NCB supper inrncnt in his honor.I and markctivt.

,lon a social; hour wa enjoyed. The will be served In the nun pArlor of r ,I have been reading a great deal Ing a little to the ca..h"
_ ic-t: ,inc,, ( tin/: will -be held Friday, A delightful affair of last week tho clubhouse. evening( session 1 recently about George Washington Women and girls nr' ul1' .
will nt elR'hto'cl"r.k.
Hay filh, lit the hall at 4 o'clock. wan the dance given by Miss Hope I begin promptly '>nd It seems .to me very fitting lastlc over making over !b.] .'

I --.. -- Hiyne8llJd Miss Lulu Redgrave at I The public I l.i cordially Invited J4I' that we who are part lcularJyjjter"tori nlshinga. They are itMsi-' ,
attend Tho momorlal
DANCE AT IJWION; HALL the former's home In honor of Miss ner- In rural life and In agriculture plan house work In a more ',' I
vice will be conducted) In honor of
j MurlaVeck8.. I : should show an appreciation title way.' Home Improvemi '
r-over.al of their decoisfd members,
Oft hundred nn-1 ladles : tante-I ,
forty The Inrge living room was oi George Washington as a farmer food work leads to lmpr< '.r '

nn'l, "nUcirmn( spent an enjoyable fully decorated with an attractive: nftcr which upon request floor 1fr : For he was a farmer and a ditlons In home health and .',1/1/
work will be demonstrated) the
at the Hall ThurH- ( by
evening, Legion arrangement of calendulas ami' other ? mccesaful" one. George Washington tion.

+: day night dancing Ihe old fash- garden flower Dancing wasi II state winning_ _tenm........ was a great lover of his home Planning and planting of Ii.
--- --- ----- ---- -
: Ion square dance which wan uponI -I n1nv. rl throuorhnut the evenlniranrj i and his farm and that explain
: may grounds have found a plane:
!Rllt. ANn MltS. II. C. WALL nn
of : hu; ; I
cored the Woodmen Circle
: at a late following his lie countless
I : BUCCCCSS. spent of ,
our club programs. The :
:: KNTKKTAIX:; BRIDGE CLt'nTlu.rfl yii
guests enjoyed a salad course: hours over-seeing personally the iav
hive been Inndocaped and ,
\ ;
iI The music was furnished by Mr. Misses Lois Long, Lois Adlilns \ L. S. liutto. Mr. W. W. Unladen and
Martha Brownlee, Mary Pearce If. C. Wnll entertained membersof ) He did not forget this family needed yards. Native shrubbery ha l h

...' Mr. Rance Parrl h. Mr. Curney of Peggy Turnljull, Dorothy Kltch, their bridge club, the occasion plenty of fresh vegetables; so used In all the plantings, garden! "

Lawtey was the official figure I Katnryn I Ilaynes, Mary Brownlee, the I the two "kitchen he
caller, being regular weekly meeting < :. '" gardens" (as school yardri', and other comm.

Lillian Stcrnbcrg, Margaret Williams of the club. 1'h.r.A, c..J. li.I..t 11.,1..." called them) at the back of the ity plantings.
------ Messrs. Jack Adams, Billy Three tables for contract were I bouse were considered a show .
FAKEWKLL: PAKTV (7lVEN! :; quite This year we are laying f lrii>' '
AVKINEHIAY Graham Billy Parker, Eldredge arranged In the living room which fgttlAT a porcup :ne ean.i i ,i.li qulll; though many people believe place. The grounds around his to the Father of Our Counti-v <
KVEMNO Robinson Milton Brownlee. Jr., J. : JL that he can? The outer end of porcupine quills are sharp and '
was prettily decorated with quantities mme show n love for the beautiful never have we felt the need me-,
I P. Warren. S. II. Johns, A. E. Wall, I of bright spring flowers. At barbed and they fasten on to any foreign body with which they comeIn plnnts th..it grew In the woods
A keenly than now, to put Into
and of
delightful In ort pi >
r I Interesting Buster I contact. Th.y are fastened to the body of the animal a
Hurry Tison, Herbert Stevens, ,
I 4 event was held! at the parsonage the conclusion" of five progressions sheath from which they pull easily. The porcupine's favorite methodof around Art. Vernon proved his Interest tlce some of the good exampl'
Klckliter, Richard and
&. Wednesday evening for Mrs. S. L. Long of the !frame,: Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and fighting Is to turn his back on his enemy and swish his tall and woe. in landscaping1 his home that lie net for us not only 111< >

Peek Mrs. R. A. Weeks and Mr. I Glenn Wood.WOODMEN. Mr. J. C. Robinson were presented betide anyone *o rath a* to come close enough for It to hit him. grounds. Ills hot house Included statesman but as a farmer and

i t' and Mrs. J. II. Lord when their -- CIRCLE 1 prizes for holding high scores. Mrs. The porcupine can be killed by a blow on the nose and a. his meat many rare plants. You can see lover of his home. Aqd I tbti

friends gave/ them a farewell party. DISTRICT MEETING D. '1'. Clarke received the guest make pl"' 'table soup he has saved the life of many a man lost In the that the home demonstration women you will agree when you hear tii<

,J The lower floor of the homewas prize. wood I opt In such emergencies no woodsman will kill a porcupine, and girls have special Interestin women of my counties who tell y'"> .
which because of his bad temper and his quills, leads probably the
J open ermulto and beautifully decorated A district meeting of the Wood The following players enjoyed a wild Herewith' porcupine all these interests of George of their work that we are trying t
In the a
most sheltered life of creature
t '. with a profusion of gludoll men Circle will be held in Starkeon j tempting salad) course: Mr. And viewing life from a stump any In Algonquin Park northern Ontario Canada. Washington for all of our work lies do our part in Bradford and Unn!

? i1 ro ell. calendulas, sweet peas, baby Friday afternoon May 6th, at Mrs. W. M. Wainwright, Mr. and I along these lines. counties.

? J' ,. -__ ...- ,I Mrs.-- C. A. Knight! Mr. and_Mrs. R.F. As George Washington made a ._--

--- upmorest, Judge, and Mrs. A. DAVIS-SHAW I meeting, which meets with lira. life interesting to himself and his Winter Garden-T. N. Sew I''

k .,,'( Z. Adklnn! Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rob O. L. Haynes on. May 6th.
friends his
/0 SIOlt! toplayftrittge by untiring: work for a opened grocery store on East Plai
inson and Mrs. D. T. Clarke of MI- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Shaw announce During the social half hour the beautiful rural home, so the home street.

i1 ( d' AUCTION ami.IeltE'El.L. the marriage of their hostess, assisted by Mrs. W. A. demonstration women and girls of

\ f S daughter Opal Myrtil to Mr. Joe Sterns served delicious wafers and Florida are trying to do the same
Murrel Davis! of WIUI, ton, on No- tea. thing for themselves and their families

p \ CONTRACTWynne lIVEN IN IIOXflK OP vember 1st 1931 at Branson. S
and of
course that works: for and Mice, that's BESTYET the \.' '
'. Although they have been married the improvement of Florida.
m't "- fr'1 reliable rodent destroyer, comes >
since November of last (SPECIAL TAX DI.ST NO. 2
; I/ FergusonAuthor Miss Marthi Brownlee entertained announcement has just been made year Home demonstration work as a powder form. No mixing with otl

at her bra.ncu of agricultural extension er foods. Your money back If it t
;" ,_ cf 'PRACTICAL! AUCTION BRIDOQ" home Saturday at lunch- of the marriage of Miss Shaw to Wo wish to express to the citi- service is '
eon In honor of Miss Murla Weeks, Mr. Davis. The bride formerly attended zens of Hampton District, our appreciation making contribution falls.
to the
who leaves Friday for Miami to Gainesville of their confidence In state In halpingthose with 50 cent size 3 is enough >C 1'
School, oz.
CopyrV" 1 "'. b, He.I.! "'. Jr. whom it deals to live in
make her homo. and Is the youngest daughter of our administration!: of the school affairs happy re- Pantry, Kitchen and Cellar.
Garden flowers gaily decked the as was shown latlonnhlp with each other and to
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Shaw. by their majority : -
ARTICLE I No. 2.1It home for this fill a useful place In the communIty 73 cent size C oz. for Chtck
delightful A vote
fii' Mr. Davis was graduated from given the bond issueon
Isn't often that a problem. can and nnulyrccl! ait they nil contain Rood three course luncheon was servedat Andrew Jackson High School. He April 10 1932 authorizing the of which they are a part. House, Coops and small building

', arouse such interest at the follawiiiftone. point of play, that conic up( frequent) Iv dalntly appointed small tables. Is connected with the Branson replacing of the bond issue voted Vegetable gardening is stressed Sold and guaranateed by y' .

k''" It lina BO many variation that itis enough to make the analyst' well After lunch the guests presentedthe I Journal./ Mr. and Mrs. Davis are May 24, 1930. In our program In order that a va- Local Dealer.
almost Iml",, ible to cover them all, worth while. Try it out before reading
honoree with ---
but tho main ones have \teen selected the (following solution! lovely gifts. Assisting now residing In Willlaton where Yours for service and justice, :

: Problem! were !Mrs.,: Mrs.S. E.Brownloe Erownlee In and serving Mrs. they -are.at_home SMR. to their friends. Jamea A. B.: Surrency T. Moore, l i ''i 1;;' II !IJIE!!! -' '''IlllliII; ; I I ;''''''''';7 711I\\' 1"I'I." ,,' '/.\\ i'i'I' '''',',\\I, ,\ ,;..\\"II" III\"I''II\III\\"' \; ,\ \\I \MMlijIIMiIIIIlmll\\ \ \\: \ \\\ I,

J. E. Wilson.
Hearts A, 10, 8, 2 : E. J. nOBEKTS OF H. D. Mayl3oard ?
c; 1t4W' tIub-7,4 The guests pronent were Misses of Public Instruction for

) Hcimonda% none Kitty HogHcd, Lois Adklns, Lulu 1.\WTEC'EIEI1RA TEi'I Bradford county.A. .

Spade Q Redgrave Lois Lung, Dorothy 7STII ItlRTIIUAY J. Griffin o Announcing

hearts -1',6. S -- He&i1. -Qvr RItch Sarah Hope nnd Kathryn Secy. to said Board.

1iiMt; Clubs .8 V : Clube-: Haynes Margaret Williams, Peg- On Sunday. April 16th Mr. E. -- .

1irF! ]iiimoiil3,,:<1,, 8, 1 : A n : l'IAI'\J' \ nd.- none : gy Turnbull, Evelyn and Marjorie J. Roberts, of Luwtey observed his Ulrthd

Spades I Z : ,Spsd.s- 10, 7, :3 75th.::;
I Stump, Martha rowel!, Dunn Ca- birthday with a dinner at his Mr. and, Mra. Lcnnie Morgan,

llttt-U I, 3 nova Mary Pearce and Mary home. His friends, children and Brooker, dnughtor, April 14th.

Ciibt) 5,2Diamond Brownlee.II grandchildren with him on this occasion Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Knabb: Ri-
S were: Mr. and Mra L. E.
------ S
son, 18th.
Spa<1.- J,9, Roberts!, of St. Ga. it.
KM. WKTCKS HONOUR!) HV George, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Durden

: ,;i, hearts are trumps and Z I U in the represent t'i' *'! 1itton! anti, rnrlatu-nn W. :M. S. MONDAY AFTERNOON Z.Mrs.J. Roberts:J. M. Oliver, of Hastings, of Baldwin.Mr., and Mr. Starke, daughter, April 18th. II I I II

'.1 Iviail., lli-w, can Y Z win four of the when A I lead the right cf diainoinU at Mrs. :J. M. Roberts of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bloods-
South :Jack-
E netn trick. ainat the best defense? trick two.Suppose. Monday afternoon the Woman's worth, Starke, son, April 20th. OPENING OFBradford

i, 1 The only correct play ii for Z to lead A lea Is the eight of *pado Missionary Society of the Metho- sonville., Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews 9 I I

J .T ,, the deuce ol diii,,. forcing A to win the at trick two. Y win this trick with the dist church held their monthly and Dr. E. L. Biggs of NOTICEDr.
I' trick with tlc mlit, of club. A Cln now Starke Dr. Earl Roberts, of Jack
queen of spades end should( notJc'iid. l meeting, with the president i
----4 I make' any one of three lead (I) lie sonville! Beach, Mr. and Mrs. a. W.
the tleufc of liearts. n Blioukl play tile
T. J. Griffin .
Mrs. presiding. C. M. Brittaln of Jacksonville
may lead l the eight( of diamonds or (Ul) !even, Z tlje j-irk anti A BhoiiM win Roberts Mr. an.I! Mrs. W. E. To- 1 1I
( Ihe of < the five of After hearing reports and disposing will preach in the Baptist
eight!: sp.Klcs or (.1))
_ with the king. I) can now mate only I II rode and Mrs. EfTle Miner of Law- I
A heart The eight; of, diamond ia A'st the > of considerable business, a church Sunday morning at 11
I ef '
at tick
queen tnunpn. Suppose <<
tey Miss :Mildred Clarke of Baldwin
I ten of hearts and H should ovcrtrunm( can now easily win all but one heart Middleton, delegate to the annual Miss!' Mao Shepard of Jackson- I: .
t with the Queen li now lead (a) yule, Mr. George Gardiner of
may trick.Tlicrcfi( re, nil three ixjggible nl.iys of the in PaUttka..Ira. Louder
_ meeting society building
the nine f he iris or (b) the" five of
Starke grandchildren, Miss Hazel,
l by A after Z heath a club give Y Z four ;
A. Wood let! tho devotional, addition to business establishment
:+ '. 8"l i h' lor (i i t< ncvon of heart If tlie, tricks Helen and Joseph Oliver of Bald-
t iw.se; of b< irli, :/ should cover with the taking for her subject The Spiritual short distance west of here. !' Hardware
jt ja< !k, A with the king and Y with the On' the lend of,f the elrflit. of diamondsby Clinic. win, Emmet Roberts, of St. George, --
A at trick two, if Y with tho Ga., Leslieand Bobby Bigga Jacqueline -
_ _ flte. Th i ire mimrrous! variation. trumps After the meeting the society adjourned -
lint n Ul CMnit" ,ir.y.: difficulty fur Y Z ten of trump ami Ii refused ta overtrump and Buddy Andrews, of DOII't Get Up Nights
to house where
the club
to i ,v'' "I"'lrtr.' In.li. Y ehoithl lead the queen e.I't tHM.I Starke, Miss Beatrice Miner, Howard -

/ : ).' h. '\ "! U lead the/ five of !k', nn.I then the deuce of trumix" : they entertained In honor of Mrs. Miner, Edwin, Mary Luctle and Make This 23c Test
II!r' ', V vms.., t'e!> turk with tlie If H vlui" the pC''I'n.'rlll"e of he.iru. R A. Weeks, who leaves! today to
/ hn, 1 play thn! j.ic'c end force A to I John Arthur Torode, Patsy and Companylirancli
elU! .' ,of '" < ,"TIl lead the ,iK'Uceof! make her home In Miami. In a
It ., win ti.it( tiitkvitli the king. In this George Roberts of Lawtey, and l You need thin easy bladder physic
.1 .I.MV. ; t It to win the trick few appropriate words, Mrs. T. :J. to drive out Impurities and
aIY! Z win four cf the I Betty Ann Roberts of South Jack. excess ,
,.I v 'i 1 t' i- c-n: i f litvirt Jlllhouid) now way iryrittiicku. Griffin presented Mrs. Weeks witha aulU which onum Irritation that re- .
",, I< i 1'1' i "' tn' ,,,' n.inle. *. Z play the joc'e' 'I'h'-ie: variation are oil pomible sonville.! HUlta Jn left pain, backache, burning
a A 11 i I Ioithcrtod-mrdt. alter Z mike* the correct tcaa of the handsome purse as a gift from -C and iittlnnr up nlKhta. BIT-KET8, : ( of Baird Hardware Stare)

t i- If i Y also cliwarcU drucn cf clul.n and. If properly" playi-tl'( the society In which she has been the. bladder physic. containing; tiu-
I u.icr ;
: ;
: GARDEN chit juniper oil, etc., works
!fc t II t >' I i I. \ i" trunifw, leads bbs i,tv I b ,itli fidcf give Y Z four of the such a faithful worker. This hon- i bl&d4er ploaminlly anil fffutlvely on a> -

S tni:' > '< the !balance of t' seven tricks. or came as a complete surprise to WITH AIKS. ANDREWS cantor all un tho tiotvel' Get a SOc STARKE FLORIDA
c ', ti i .'i, t t', '
t> i '''h I: tn. Z and A. s .,...u l siveL thought, the live of diatnum'.n: At the close of the afternoon I The Madison Avenue Garden I of wutthiK After. tour ui> nlKbtH dHjTB. If go not buck relieved and-

li }' I' i \ i .ru 1 the trv >!' I It" w.u ti i correct; lead allowing, A to w>u Club met at the homo of Mra. :J. cot your nionoy. You. nr* nre, boundtn
c ,tT S i t ,lihoi'1. 'i ,,1"f 1 1r ; I the t, !c and on which Y shoi.hl dis. dainty refreshments were served. W. Andrews, Jr., on the afternoon!' r..1 I liottiMofti'r thIs .1..l1n"lnll
S .mil .,..t > <*Nrnljtr LtO-
you your r ph-op.
r ] i < an i i i .v.l. "i LIU J ti r or'peIlea. ThUaolut'u.ii
4-en : of April 14th with quite a number. lally ill Mitchell' Ir'im fttovi*.
: I ,,1 Jl I v 1.I I.I\ however 1 is incortnct. At: trick two, J. .
MRS. B. A. WKEKA ----- ------- 27Showing
; '', I I.; i i ". \< !i oiiId I Ied the eight of clubs and of the Indies of 1MB street present. I ____ _'_r.---. > Wednesday April
'A- ,\ i i l : i. lint[ i i I f.ow! ",'il... the elahot; of ,a).1 1t1I.! 2ti Wifl"I' B'ONOIU1D LUNCHEON In tho absence of the president,

It '11 t I \. \ I'' : tcc.-.ith; : thckof. sdes, lb -. Mrs. E. 1C.:: Perryman, at the beginning I
;' t : I ....1 ,' c, o: ; stu..ttiOloll"w; ,. A delightful-- Informal- nmcneon I of the meeting! the vice-

was !given by Mm. L. A. Davis! president, Mrs "Jlddloton, openedthe Spring Cleaning
_ _' I' .t.t, -A.to,6a Wednesday complimentary to Mra. meeting: but the president
frii ( line of
t i nile( complete agri-
I a
I R. A. Weeks, who leaves today for came In later ant presided over the -
r' "Sim: "riIa .
_ _ _
ii ,i Miami to make her home. business session.Mrs. .
: !
I i' .,'L! ', 11 .3 n-nrt.1-, 0, 'Il The froatcsa used for her decorations : : 1... A. P.ivls chairman otbeauUfJeaUnn Time is Here i cultural implements u i 1 cl e r s

L t : Y ; O uh.-hoze on this occasion, quantities stated to the club -
f,. .
- V 'Dr nia a ort none of flowers
spring pastel shades that on account of tack of moisture -
; 51"" ,' ,'''' i Z i Spade 7 Now I I" the time to have I
I '' artistically arranged in floor basket In the groun4 this spring that supplies, sporting goods and gen

);, f: Hearts J, 3 *, bowls and wall vases. the beautifIcation project plannedfor \ your runs draperies, blankets ;

A vase of flowers centered each nnd other household gnodt
% CUtbe- 5 southern entrance of road
__ eral hardware.
_. Diamondsnone\ small table where the four course I 28 had to be postponed to a later cleaned for the season. Our

t Spades I 9 luncheon wls served. The fifth I service In this line I I.* as efficient -
course to the honor guest was a 3.V.. Andrews Jr. and prompt a. our ser
____ It *'> ." !ln evident, that A B Another solution for as
____ must w.t Z to lead tray filled with lovely gifts from I chairman of a special cleanup CAm- tire on suits. dresses, etc. Useful Free Souvenir to each family -
now w.i i > I Iirt" trick nn matter the nine of spades at trick! one, foivniii,
_- how Y l. i i iy. liy doing *o. Y Z only Y ta win the trick. A lead by Y at trick her friends! pr Rent. Although I paign on Madison street, outlinedher There will lie no spots or

core tin e tin-It.. >> the lead c>f a two of either a trump or a club will do this being Mrs. Weeks' birthday, plans for this work and she and ring when they return from thru

I ilian: nd at tmk. one by Z 'i U clearly : him ni.> \good. 1 nnd, with this opening, the entire affair came as a surprise other members of said committee us. registering at our store

- incorrci.Anotiir. I Y Z am make only three tricks I if A 11 to- her an! she thought she was simply hope to work out these plans with i .
,= *nitej solution that, make the .
defense. The .
proper con Invited out for the ioon.I I
': hould be nottU is that to the I Itfnil of elusion\ obvious, therefore, that: the bflDR day. pleasing results, r Saturday.Visit .
the five nl diamond. l liv Z at truck one, only correct opening{ lead by Z that During the afternoon the following -I Due to the scarcity of flowers l
- :( A play th:,ei'i lit and Y trump with the will\ enable: him and his partner to win guests spent a pleasant time among the Garden Cdub membersand II I

ten of h< irt*. Ti e defense ta this play four! tricks: U the deuce of clubs. In sewing and conversation: Mrs.V. other residents of Starke, Starke DryCleaners I store and let's

is for 13 to overtrump with the queen Thin problem lids been analyzed at \ L. Wall. :Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. I caused by the unfavorable season our get ac "
and then lead the nine of heaU.. Annolyiii such great length because variation .
every J. M.
Drownlee, Mrs. S. E. Brown for the
growing same, it was unanimously -
t of this defense
k wiU ahow'a'sothat In. tricky antI
given interesting !
- ) lee, Mrs. J. If. Pitch Mrs. W. O. voted that quainted.
Y Z can win only three trick, The witter would nuggcat that each of the club abandon ,
thus proving that the diamond le.i.lt the variation be played out and tested Halls, Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Mrs. 'V. the Idea of having a flower

trick one i I. incorrect whether Y from every angle. It'* impossible to E. Middleton. Mrs. R. A. Weeks. 'show this May.Chrysanthemums. :

h discards the queen of spades or trumps find a better problem than, this one a* Mrs. A. V. Long and Mrs. S. T. I and their culture PHONE

with the tea of b art.. a tent of sound, careful play. Dell of Gainesville. Is ...". ..,..,.....,......,..,.... "'.." ..,. .. .
to .
----- i be studied at our next "'- ... ow .. ..... ( I "| )' ". ........"...,_''....'='"'TQijltt.:1IA I: IIIllH..ou''m"'m" ilW. '._."'-"""' ': """", ,i _-'

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l.p-'JL: 2?, 19S
!,t. + - -. .--.-. -- .- -. nnAUF010 cowry TKiJCfln.\m. STAUKE. FLOKIDA I. \(:vKits I..n rr .
tsas sasz tszs srs Mr'!,. Bell Drown of Mann, In.tr.lIslI
TUAIN SCi F.UI'LE; I Fort. Pirn'i' Itl'mo'alIhnal!
Cary of Now York after j I _.. ___
'I at bend of local Inlet 1 h'lnnl'l"m- ,
pending several months in Starke MOMESPUN SENSE I Our schedule rhnnges March Oth pleted by dredge. ,
of leave this week for their respective i and trains will run Aa follows: .-. : ',

homes Miss Cary will stop In Southbound, local No.1, due, Miami B.aeh O--;; (I Mra. K. I I

, a.. Jacksonville for a two weeks visit. Starke 11:12: p. m. C. True to erect $15.000 residence S

-- ---- --- Pilby Quotations\ front Public Addresses of Southbound local, No. II, due and garage at 5700 Alton rood.Creatvlew .
NeWs Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Carlisle and' _. ..
Starke 0:30: a. m. --+-- S
family, who have MELVIN A. TRAYLOR
been residing in ; Southbound limited No. 107, due Lamar Hotel being

Dunnellon, have moved to St'irkc President First JYnlionoJ' Dank. Chicago"It : / Starke 10:28: a. m. renovated and redecorated.q .
Concerning Our People, Business and and arC living at the T. J. Griffin I Southbound' limited No. 191, due- -- ..-,.. -. t
I hume. Mr. Carlisle is manager' of Apalachicola Survey of MX
Starke 11:00
: p. m.
Progress of the County and Town. the Bradford Hardware Company I I I* time --rime( : leadership and and simpler living. For It acorns tome I Northbound local! No.2. due I miles roads along bench front to I f ,

SI here. sallie party caned our attention to that we want above everythingto Starke 5:19: a. m. this place on Road No. 10 approved J :
I tile toot thero la no magic cufor abandon the struggle to live up by state road department. \ : "
.-- -- ----- Not inbound local, No. 13, due ( i!
5S? -25T2S2'WSii, :S: tt, r.5.:.:..:.S"":> oJ :;: :.:7nL.S: LSCSCSIL: ':I='C"Ic: :.:> .d'C': tl. II. Green of Brooker was a :I the ills!! and the evils of human folly. with the Joneses, and to rediscoverthe Starke 3:31: p.m.Nl'lrthboUDd '.----- J: ,I

rr 1 i i zee attended court \VKATIIEU' REPOR' hualncpa visitor to Starke Tues \\'e trod the primrose path of extravagance true purpose of tits, which 1 lathe limited, No 108 due" Hollywood -- Construction of 1- ;-, c .

"ii 'day. day. Mr. Creen was stricken last of thoughtless and of joy tl) be found In the simple Starke 0SB: p. m.Wannee. link of road between Washington j lit

I Compiled by Starke Branch, U September with paralysis aad only "!mos| criminal neglect ol ooryjuni virtues of Industry, thrift and sane much! street this city and Hallendale I;

,11, ", J. A. Saul spent 4. Forestry Department. recently recovered to where he principle ot human conduct, living. I believe In our people in No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m Beach road. may.. start, I1bout_.__May 1 .,,
In the God who w - ***--- -
< ;.i.mdmtt.; Week ending, April 19, 1932. could make his way... about unas from the Individual to the govern our country, and and No. 102 arrives 3:40: p. m. VDradpitton
Date Max MIn. I'reolp. fisted .iK-nt. and the Individual was aided, directs our destinies; and I welcomti daily except Sundays MautiU'O County ':

i 'nhl, : attended court Apr. 13 16 .15 'uicouraged> and abetted on that the future with confidence and unUfVen T. J. Griffin Agent. Flower 11holipl,1, here recently.: ,
.. .
80 Mrs. Robert nnd those faith." 5--- .
',} ,.nilay.MI Apr. 14 .9 Swift and nephew, tattv by (he government "
Apr 15 78 157 Mr. Edward Hall, who have been t-esponsllilo for Its Bdmmlttratlon." Bille'S.'hPdull'fI;; II\'I-' nlclu F. M. Dumpier employed '

,' ,ht attended court Apr 16 78 46 visiting Mrs. Swift's sister, Mrs. rWo !have not failed because of Dally, eftVettvo Jan. T, 1032.Northbound I by Scofled' A Scoftelil. to /net

,Ii/nday. Apr 17 86 G3 -- George Gardiner left Wednesday "Due of tho biggest tiling' was a Ignorance of economic theories, but -5:03 a. m., l :SO! p. out several hundred new orange \

--- Apr. HI 80 56 for their home in San Francisco, I watered; state ot mind !In which we because of our utter disregard anddefance m., 4:08: p. m., 8:19,: p. m. trees on large grove, east, of town. .
Griffin were Apr 19 'i6 56 .93 Call., and while enroule will visit ----+- --
T J. all thought T\O were richer than wowore of all economic laws. Ambition Southbound- !iv&i a. m., 12:34: p
'K' nville Saturday. Total alnfalUor week .95 In. In New Orleans, La. \ and were living beyond our stupidity! and greed have m., 4:31: p. m., 13:50: a. m. River Junction m. H. Bnykln ;

\ means." dictated! policies, and trouble haw Tickets and information at opened South Side Grocery q

.n Cary pf Lake City, : Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Roberts and Notice Application for been the result. Smith's: Service Station, next to (

I? ,,I uv and Tuesday in son, Alton, of Hastings visited Restoration! of CUII.t'nshll! division courthouse. Sarasota AmDrlran I'lanl Co. /
: "In prent
my % no "
Ira Mrs. Roberts parents! Mr. and Mrs. I granted charter. 1 ;, ",
of human bar been lied "All the nations :
I Stan' society ear through history \
George Gardiner Sunday. The public will take
notice that
of Malls |I - ---
lo, and lied about, as much In the that have been agriculturists Closing i
'I", Kwttint. \ O'lley of Wildwood, is at the next meeting of the Pardoning mime; period of time aa has the and have included in their agricultural !South "
Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. O. P. Likins of Atlantic Doard of the State of Florida No. 11, and
parcel post
parents American farmer and domestic pursuits the
I"' Illters'l
I 110 v Bench, returned to her home Thurs we shall( make application for breeding and raising of livestock 0:15: 1n,. FLORIDA'I \ t: ii.I ii.
J -_ day after a visit at the home of the conditional pardon heretofore have been the nations that have endured No. 107 letters, special deliveryand I }
Col.! and Mrs. J. L. Frazee. granted, to each of "This then is my bop) for our I
Roundtrce of Waldo, us be made un- \ ,
M',, I, I";. the longest and performedthe "l\nlllllnlIIn""". 10:00 a in. I TItEA'rltc: :
conditional and that (future-that we may be rich without ,
Jay with Mrs. N. D. our citizenshipand greatest work for mankind." North i I
jvn Iht w Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Epperson and the citizenship of each of us forgetting; to be righteous; that wo No. 12, parcel post and letters, 'I (;AINF.R\'Ir.I.I;. FLA.rr .
Wain' ; family of Jacksonville, spent Sunday Le restored unto us and each of ua.: may be lowerCIII'Ithout being 3:13: : p. m. i I I'I(I '

w Oliver of Sylvania, with Mr. Eppersou's parents, This April 20th, 1932. It. offensively proud; that we may be "Open the door! of an agricultural No. 108, letters, special delivery \.. }
Mr( i Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson.Mr. URY REDDISH nationally minded without :being school and close the door of apoorhouse I 1'lwmC.\\1: "f'rti': Ai'Rll,25th : :
i ,. i .n mg her mother, Mrs. S. you and 1 special handling, 5:30: p. m. ; ;. i
Ga FELIX SAPP narrow-in In clecl; and l, ilnully, that ."

F Hamrirk : and Mrs. W. J. Epperson e TVO may live in a world of fact" without No.Night 1, due mall at closes 11:12 I : at p.six m.; : o'clock I TIIt11tSDAY. & FRIDAYer.1111:1N t 'I ; i! .
faith. : TIIfo1'1') : 1\I\N"
spent Friday In Jacksonville with surrendering our "Relief from owing too much No. 2 j
and :Mrs. A. Z. I due at 0:1: !) a. m.
With I
Mrs ( i L their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. money does not Ho in borrowing
in Glen St. LAWTEYMm. U'auinItramh dlII.y.1'( : 1IIMtiI'I.I.KII: 1 : ,11.lur..u 1'
JAdklns were visitors : ;\
and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Jr. "I would consideration of more. I I !
I urge Mail clones, 7:00: a. m. :\ U'Sulll'nn I' Y.
liar I:. 1:. burner, Cur. the complete: abolishment of so- Mull arrives, 2:40: m. ,, ,., ,
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Miss Bertha Boyd, of Laramie, called floor which, I "
and :Mrs. A. Z. I trading, as am "Knowledge la one thing but> +- 1'
1 i. Beasley
with his sister, Wyoming, was a visitor to the \Ir'i. Torode IloHtem. to Ladies Aid Informed has about It most of the courage ot leadership Is another. :1IEJltlll.ll.I'iu:: : 'isis: TO HI: l-IATUHDA t \:
.'rek.co"<' ir Miami home of Dr. and Mrs. George H. Mrs. W. E. Torode was hostess characteristics ot plain crap shooting IIKLO: OItI':1'nUINO': 'f f '' :,

| lire f f Geiger. Lowry during the past week. to the Ladles Aid Society of the ; cud Cow If any, more reileemI In I !f:'I'!,
"Falsehood and error mako tho "1'1.CUIU: '1 !
Luck of -- M. E. Church last Thursday at her I features than that delightful headlines. while truth and fact are The U. D. C. will hold l Memorial 1 '
Howard ,
Mi anti Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Canova and Ethiopian pastime. (
home. Mrs. G. W Roberts opened exercise May 1st, Sunday after
lost lu the of halt
maze -polnt typo.
I the week-end MONDAY 8 TUJHlAY: it, '
Ann, of .
spent ,
Jack mville. little daughter Mary
the meeting with scripture readingand noon at :3 o'clock nt Crosby ceme
I here with friends. Buslmell! spent the week-end at the prayer Mrs. D. W. Moore reada 'It is bad, enough when the Intelligent tery. HI'II.\II'( OIL 1 I "i )
of Mrs. E. E. Canova. "We cannot trade the hungry, the .
home ,
letter of thanks received for the and wealthy peculate( and ----'-'---- -- III 1
Ml diary Dodd, of Tallahassee, box linen sent to a foreign missionary lose, but when scrubwomen, day unfed, the feeble voice ot the sick, KATS DIE "Till: LOS'"' SIH'\JJlWO:i" '
Mrs. Will Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Dowling and the empty basket of the unemployed I I: :
Jit vi I .tits; her mother Mrs. A. H. Harley conducted 'aborera email home owners, wives pith )IJ\lt ASTOR 4I'
Nettle, the week- against the maintenance of MO ilo Mire, once they eat Bfo RT. j'
I.N'om daughter spent ,
thin' week. the bible study, which was very incresting. .nd youths speculate and, lose 'r
end in Jacksonville with Mrs. Dowling's During the social hourMiss :Imply because they can go to arokcr'g party preference or Individual ad. YET And they leave no odor behind. ; j 1'0WI.nNJSDAY 4

M1 l''.ulFe! Thede of Lawtey, Is sister, Mrs. James Godbold. Mary Lucile Torode gave a office and get credit for vantage or personal achievement. Don take our word, for It IW f
aunt, try a parkage. CATS and DOCSwon'l .u.ut.r.n: : ('OI.IIIIIT<: ,. Y
'po this, week with her -- --- piano solo. Mrs./ Torode served her mall minis, the practice ceases too i' 'sIn
I:.In': I.f Knight. Mrs. George White spent the guests with tea and sandwiches. defensible on any ground." "I believe I am a better farmer touch It Rats pass up all '

week-end In Tallahassee with her Those present were Mesdames G. by a long shot than I am a banker." food! to get Heat-Yet. Two sl7o 1 "'fill 11151R.: MIX": ( ::111!'/; sCOMiNCh

ill and t Mrs D. D. Weeks of Lacrosse husband. While there she attended W. Roberts, Effle Miner Will Good- "Out of the stress and difficulty 50 cent size :3 or. Is enough for \ "!. 1 '

I were guests> Sunday of Mr. a banquet given by the Chamberof I fellow, A. H. Harley, U. R. Reddish .f f the situation I believe gradually "We must either all thrive to- Pantry Kitchen and Cellar, I THURSDAY ,; 1 '

and' Mra J V Colley. Commerce.Mr. J. H. Moore Ed W. F. 75 cent let, II) IJIY
| Bennett fa shall return to simpler think' -",I hC'r or all suffer disaster. OK for Chiekenl I HOHtltTIu: ; ; .OM "
Moore, D. W. Moore louse and
Rebecca Coops small ImlMintcn' In J ltd

Mr Joseph Thomas has left for and Mrs. E. M. Thomas en- Whitehead L. II. Hill, Effle Strowbrldc i Hold end guaranteed by Local I 'In'1' 1'lm: 1.1'-111':: Hi 1StL\li"; (. i A
J Jacksonville, where he has a posl- tertatned; a few friends at dinner /,: E. E. Burney and Miss Hattie :\L\y UK Tilt SALVATION:' OF Titusville --- Construction of I I Denier your I I .

J'lon with Lilly Pharmacy. Tuesday In honor of their mother, Harley; Mrs. A. H. Harley, Jr., KUUAI UAIIAVXY LINKS:' : I, building to be used In connection j .; }
I ;
Mrs. L. \V. Klckliter who was 83 of Starke and Mis. J. G. Godwinof with operation of government'sradio \I t,
of I Raiford. (Gainesville Dally Sun station expected 1 to Mart S l'
Mi' 'CllUlle Lovell, yearn of age. ; S. '- I J.
... ._ I soon. I' .f'i ,
1 : ,' th' .> week-end with --- No recent event In the railroad : +

Mr .; I li I. Lovell..OK Mr and Mrs. A. F. Murrhce visIted I lilrthday: !>lnnr>r I world has attracted more Interest \b 'I'' 2r
than has the tlal: run over the
--- Mrs. Murrhee's brother, Mr. Mr "I.: J. Roberts entertained ; r" r
i ."' and Mrs. S. T. W. J. Thomas; who is a patient in i I Sunday with a family reunion this'I tracks of tbe Seaboard' Air Line I II ":
I Railway from Miami to Jacksonville CENT A % { !
% .
IV' llle, were guests
\\ 'trsi! L. A Davis. City the Government Wednesday.The Hospital In Lake occasion A auraptous being dinner his 75th was served birthday.to I I of a pneumatic-bred flange. A'ORjJ TIP TOP :I (: :

wheeled standard automobile. Theunusual I:
--- tone who Mr. and 'I
present were: 'I''I''I h
r R,.y Kdworda, Mrs.' "ECLIPSE" photo. The best Mrs. W. E. Torode and children I sight natur..lly: created a ;I COLUMN I I : ,!
F:. ii.l Miss Luclle K<1- tremendous amount of curiosity 1-------.. I ,( '\
Mr. and Mrs. G.V.. Roberts of
!spring special we have offered yet. the 406 miles traversed and I
,, long i
Jacksonville. ,
Irv In RENT; J.EEFour) It fl
I 1.lay room >ron
:3 for 150.: Think of It. Hoover j Lawtey; Mr. and Mrs. John Rob- had there been I ,I t.i
menprior publicity .
I 1I Lee Lake. R. F. DemurRENT "'I.! \ ,
Come erts and of Jacksonville, Mr.
Bros quality, 3 for 150. baby
doubt thousands of !
V Weeks and children, no many I 1
BROS. STU and Mrs. L. E. Roberts of St. i 4,. f
I III.,1 i W. T. leave today: right now. } people would have turned out to I II FOIL : .6 room house with I. :
1,FRI Jllaml to mako their DIO, Starke, Fla. George, On, Mr. and Mrs.!! Oliver "ee an oidlnary" ,automobile taking buth, /garage: on Clark wtreot J ".
I and children of Baldwin Z. J. Roberts .
I tome I o steel rails instead of to the I M. Alvarez. 4-22-tf '
Friends of :Mrs. J. :M. Mitchellbe of Hastings Mr. and Mrs. J. highway \'! f' ':
glad to know that she is able W. Andrews and children and Dr. bllU-; :
FOR SALE- One-horse and I
Mr Oyal and children are to be home again after spending E. I... litggt and sons of Starke and I Proas reports give the Information I I ; I I II
IP"1I'.unt uncle and that net of harness. Mrs. L. W Kick. I .. I
week with I several weeks in the Riverside hospital Dr. Earl Roberts of Jacksonville.Mrs. a top speed of 87 miles I I' 1 f.
\ 1 id.1 Mrs. W. R. Halslop, an hour was attained. The average liter, Starke. 422.2t.I, ; I 1 I' ( ;
iu Jacksonville. I i I
of Rhing! i -- : J. II. Tatum of DeLand was maintained for the trip was 04.39 FORT"SALE-"Porto: Rico: pJt-"t; ) 1 ', I
Mrs L. G. Powell, Miss Etta TI- visiting her daughter, Mrs. G. W. miles an hour, taking nix hours draw. E. M. Thomas, Starke. 4-1, I I 1',1, : .1" ';

Mrs R v Turner and children, non and Mr. John Powell attendedthe Roberts last week. and eighteen minutes to make the 22-2t j LOCATION KKTWEKN HANK AND 1'OSTOFFICG : i >. : t' i
J.nr spent several days of trip, this Including four stops for I' ,
golden wedding anniversary of Mrs. W. E. Torode and daughter, ; t
thu i w ;k with her mother, Mrs. fuel. FOR SALE--Jersey cow. Will be i .
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wartman in Mary Lucille were visiting in | .. .. -- I
I'.B I _. Citra Monday evening. ( Starke Saturday.Mr. Intimation is given that the trial fresh In April. Marvin Blrt, Louise I 1IIf-- ". ... --.-.,.,,------- /11/1"'I" i ,\e
and Mrs. E. E. Burney were run was for the purpose of tiemonstratlng { Fla. It I I'' Pure Cane Jersey Lily ; f .
MI n -i 1 Jordan and Mrs. Nat I r
J. L. Barnes of Knox- "visiting in Starke Saturday. the ability of a certain I
lrnk ''tt'!nded the State Hortl- vllle\ Tenn., was the guest of Mr. Mesdames G. W. Roberts and Ed type of fkinged tire to stay on the FOR SALE -50 flacks, 100 pounds I j SUGAR
'Ill:;: in Gainesville each, nice! white milling corn I Ii j
W. N. Johnson last Wednesdaywhile Bennett were visiting in Starke rails at excessive speed. The t..thls BUTTER. [ '
enroute home from 1two Monday. been more than satisfactory For price, apply to C. F. Rivers, II : i "
'Y.'r iP
----- : Blanchard and according to tbe technical engineers !- Lake Butler, Fla.lS2t.. .
W. F. Yelvington week's tour of South Florida Misses Kathleen _______._____ 1 5ibs. - 20cPouiid .. - 22c .t
( Ruth Rowe spent the week-end at In charge. The ute of a standard SWEET: POTATO : + : i1n '
several days
pent Lake with :Mr. and Mrs.J. automobile was only Incidental
J Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dr. and Mrs. George H. Lowry, Per thousand, 11.25, DRAWS-'j' .Sr' .
No secret t la made of the :
B. purposeof
t Mrs. C. N. Christy, and Mr. H. Dye. ulne Porto Rico Seed. I
Young attended the meeting of 11'1 Miss Thelma McHarchen left the railroad to u- o the new IllS Hampton. Fla. /teat While 'JlIlIe Rose : ': 'V l"" ; ,11) :
--- Sunday for Apoxsee: to be gone for kind of Urea on a specially-built '
Florida {Whole
of North { Grain I
Peek and children Presbytery several weeks.A. motor car rumored to have already LOST--fn: Starke. Saturday, 'APr1I// BACONPound e
1 first of this week. ;
,. Eustls the part .i i
Ii >tn her husband In A. Grlffis left Saturday for been designed as a modified type 16th dark shelled frame I : t.f ;;:

: .-y will. make their Bunnull where he touk :Mrs. Etnin ')f Pullman with berths and accommodations eye glasses. Reward If returned
Mrs. I
: taught by
The Kindergarten RICEi I k
Dickerson to upend the weekend prevailing on Pullman to C. A. Futch, Starke. It .. 7c : (
etS --- S. F. Hamrlck closed last Friday with her children. They returned sleepers. And this will be preliminary ______ __ __.._ __ __ _. I ) \;, :
The exercises given by ;.
!S Ti.on., Fred, Mrs. W. theIr R. the morning.little folks from 11 to 12 o'clock home Sunday night. to operation of t eve motor FOR' SALE -- Crop, implements I: I Florida Sides lit. G l-2c 5 pounds15cLARD I \;f f.'I'I f.'I'\: It'It'I '
spent and Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Godwin and cars on abort runs such, for instance stock and lease on place for ai j '
attended the mother I ," "1"
;Ir tin with Mr an'!I was by .I children of Raiford spent Sunday : all might profitably be IIIIaugur"le year or longer. $Sacrifice price. i I I'' "

'r.1C friends. with her parent, Mr. and Mrs. U. from Archer to Jack- Inquire) at 8. R. John store. 4- : !t '

S' Spring Special. Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and Madge.and daughters Mrs.T. -. R.Mr.Reddish.and lira. II. R. Sapp were I louvlllo LRwtey by and way PaMwIn of Waldo and Stark on the, 15-8t I ;I I MEAL or GRITS ,: : 'f) .//i .f" :

3 for $1.60. Our MIsreB Mary other mala line from Ocals to FOP RENT First flour apartaaatt 3 20c '
pounds \
E visiting In Starke Tuesday. ;\\1\
x and Mrs J. 1
Limbaugh I
'I I
.ic" It i *
ottering. Jacksonville. sweond floor with all ; '
v uhr! Hoover Brtw. Futcu were Mrs.guests M. C. Stith Saturday In Jackson of Miss'week Louise in Starke Thede with Is her spendingthin aunt, That may be the answer to the convenience on with large private I j : 8!I". rail 60c 1 10 pounds 17c : ) )\

R mils It. HOOVER Rev. and Mrs. D. E. Knight. bus competition. And it would porch. Mrs. ll mrlck, 8. Walnut I l 45 Ib. can $.?. ; \

> .A'irke, Fla. villa. ..-- probably be effective in toe light of Street, Starke. i ,,, f fi \
--- this recent for it I 'J.
Clearwater-Bridge over Steven- : performance ,
', ''w and daughter Mrs.Y.. J. Epperson and to Mrs.Val- I
Gainesville: spent George Anderson motored to see Mrs. EpperlloQ' ,be widened. man-built motor at the Gainesville' I'regulvr army officer assigned r I I Irish Potatoes t t ,' : : ''Ji!

lunMr ke and the State douta Wednesday I 4+ station and getting off in Jacksonville the Florida National Guard na senior I FLOUR241bs. .I )'
I brother Mr. B. M. Knight '
""b. Sebring-O. I. Shoemakers of la little mere than one instructor, was 'In Starke Tues 1 .
11 :who is a patient at Little and Griffin Highlands Refrigeration Co., form- hour after a comfortable: trip minM day night to inspect the local national I i 10 pounds 15c : '\\r r

r r Johns, Mrs. n. F. Hospital. traffic. .. .. 55c : :
ems: 'ally opened redecorated showroom. ( the hazards of highway! Guard Company. I 1

Mrs. J. C. RoblD30nJ'"ksonville j In. any event the Seaboard Is to J I .."
Monday Mrs. W. E. Middleton daughters Winter Park Rollins College be commended for its Initiative. WANTED-Reliable man to succeed '

11 ,': day. Misses Madge and Hazel, werevisitors dedicated Knowles Memorial Chap- Apparently the Seaboard officials O. J. Murrhee as Rawlelgh 1Zjhs.3Oc! ) Lemons doz. 17c \\1
Jacksonville Saturday.Mrs. ;
In ""
eL do not propose to wait for the Dealer In Bradford county. Sell-
br. ;
r-It: h- connected L. E. Dowling, Mrs. :Middle- ev- '
': who la -e Inevitable end should present traffic Ing experience unnecessary. I l" ,
n the visitor ton's mother returned with them Madison Walter Davenport furnished II,! H .
Farm was a conditions be allowed to con- erything except car. "
ant' r Mr and Mrs. T. N. after a week's visit here. erecting filling station on MadisonBeUvlIle tinue. Frequent and speedy ser- Splendid opportunity for hustler I cans SZcCorned Beef lc ..1 a. U

't .' :" road. I vice under delightful travel conditions to step Into a permanent and '

fc Special Spring Photo. The will bring back to the rail ;, profitable bualnem. Write W. T Peas, Jeans 25cCIlKESElb.Milk 17c J .mh 'l
fit< 'and children of "ECLIPSE". If you mlsa this it Kissimmee.Tentative plans for lines most of the business that Is Rawleigh Co., Dept. 527, Memphis. it :;t.Qi"

\L'n it Monday and will be Just too bad. 3 for $1.50. beautification of grounds around now being bandied by tile b1l4Ps. I' Tenn. 422.3t j !! Coffee, 2 Iba. 25c Tomatoes, 2 cans 15c ifi .
lSSlay t 't a h larenta, Mr. and You will never beat this bargain. new Federal building being receiv-
It L Ero\ ,0.Razel HOOVER BROS. STUDIO, Starke ed. ----- Oct. Soap 2 bars '- 5c SALT, 2 pkgs. 5c \
loa. Fla. About 2,000 feet of ocean front I'HONE I' Sweet bars ,: r .}!

C III Tall.t.M .Uetan SHe, ,pent of F.the S. BrooksTllle-Albaret Skaefe Improving property extending northward DRY CLEANERS Cleaned I Soap, COCONUT, Pkg.. 5c., I kl '[ }#I k:t'1

;""d With b. oarents, Dr. and store on Spring Lake road from Lake Worth Casino sold for 52 J. Frank Thoman Prop. Reshaped J .
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:'I ll.tarke:the. Womnn'H flrove Mvrtlc mi!Club Oils hostcmMisM Crump house. with Na- ; I il--iI I I Radio Program March 30th I


' }J. 'SfJcictyJ1j |I Ida rn t llonil 1 in:fraternal IR-IT! .\'.antl,j.", lint member congress Attendant of will the,be Flor state!the !' L. Do You Know ? 4- i I, I I II I'rvurntpil br Ilrmlforil iinil,I'nlon Cnautlm r.lrlu:

honor guest. --

I The opening" exercise 'will be con. / DemOn.trl'ork, In Union riety of vegetables mr ,"

: 278/ Mrs Manila Andrews of Lake-
: \ 'in'l vases.. Each honor surplus used in canning; .
Tht !Ia! pit ItV.. M. 8 will meet giiit/ v,'.i'i, given a dainty corKage i side. Grove. will be tho presiding officer (By Miss Pearl Jordan Home ketlng.
for the afternoon. A large
: at. the < luirch Mini'lay afternoon at of) flowers During the evening Demonstration Agent.) Through an Interest in i
class of candidates will be Initiated
; 3 oIok for their regular pro Mm J. D Doyle and Miss Ethel Along with every one else this nutrition work our women ,

gram n,tnt l bmilnous; race ting. Circle Griffin rendered several vocal and Into the degrees of wooden year all of us in home demonstration have learned how to w e ,

No I with Mrs. J. U. Pitta as piano selections and Mrs. L. G. I The following national and state work are paying our tribute to green vegetables in thel ,

I<"id!< r r v. ill h.iv" charge of the program I Powell gave an Edgar Quest rend- offlcem will be present: Mrs.Mrs De- I George Washington and honoring have studied the valu,' .
Mrs Ella Strickland
', intf. At the closo of an evening I pew, him for his far reaching contribu milk and dairy produ t.
I Anna Richardson Mies Anna Alhern I
--+-- pleasantly spent a sweet course to our country. Our home importance of poultry
Mrs. Vonda Jnman, Mrs. UlaBallentine
..JLNzoltcIItLENO.82rhf. ( : was served to about twenty-five | rtl'Monrrtratlolclubs In Bradford products in the i
Miss Rosa Rivers, Miss j
1 guests. I and Union counties have observedhis meals for the famllv
Catherine Olkers Mrs. ,
hi l"mr Woodmen Circle met I I nnalveraary with special programs studying at all times' .,
Mrs. Addle Mae Godbolt Mrs.
ivrtii' r.. April 15th. Two new MIS8KS! HARAJI HOVE Lockwood and others. | / in our club with tree plant palatable meals at I'm'II ,
: J mom h<'i:< \\ere received !Into the or- HAVNKH AND LIJLA KEII- lags and! with community enter- Surplus products nrc I Itlardired .
,iler i"II''' f< llnwlng the business ses.slon GRAVE GIVES DANCE I At six o'clock, a buffet supper mmcnt In his honor.I and marketed
will be served In the nun pArlor of
L a loclal hour was enjoyed. The t have been reading a g.cat deal Ing a little to thea '

.A, : 11..- i "rn, .'C tins: xvIII -be held FrjJay A delightful affair of last week I the clubhouse! The evening nl session I r t1 i recently about George Washington Women and girls! arlaatlc -' >u

t :May isih.; ut the hall at 4 o'clock. was the dance given by Miss Hope Ihvnas | will begin promptly eight md' It seems to me very fitting ,
over '
making ov ; hnishlngs.
.. o'clock The I H
public cordially
; ---- and Mlfs Lulu at I
Redgrave i in-// that we who are partlcularly ter- .
I vited 1 to attend. The mrmorlil! They are l 11.\< i iplin "
\wn vr LEGIoN
lULL the former's In honor of Miss ,
home ,
'In Weeks. I i iMm vice will be conducted In honor of : "tell in rural life and 1 in agriculture house work in a more -

On hundred,] l and ladles "ovpral of their dccoase'I : should show an appreciation atlc way. Home improvenn-'
< torty
The tastefully
I Inrge living room was -' member'4.// : or) George Washington as a farm- food work leads to ., '
L ; niiri fnnrij'itii'n' niter which upon mpr rditlons
pent an enjoyable decorated! with an attractive >r For he was a farmer and aIccesBfu1
: evening al the eglon Hall Thurs, arrangement of calendulas and other -I worlt will be tlcmonntrated: by the ')\ one. George Washington In home health and oil,
day right, dancing the old 1 fashion /! garden flowers. Dancing was state winning team.
lover of his home
was a great
------4- Planning and planting of '
r dance which --
square was vpon-! the I
enjoyed throughout evening I' '
and his farm and that
lTlC.NO MUS. II. ( :: may explain grounds have found a .
M4 sored by the Woodmen Circle of' J. WALLKJVTKUTAIN place IDuf
and at a late hour the following I his lIe countless .
KKIOOr: ('I.1'nI succceaa. spent our club programs. The
Starke. VH
;_ gup-itt! enjoyed! a salad course: hours
The mush furntahad Mr. over-seeing personally have: been landscaped and mv.
& : was by
Misses Lois LongLois Adlclns. I IMal.tha I Thursday! evening Mr. and Mrs. activities on his 8,000 farm.
I II acre I are taking the place of bare
$ j L. S. Hutto. Mr. W. W. Balwden! and I ian
,- Brownlee :Mary Pcarce. I?. C. Wall entertained members He did not forget this family needed yards. Native has i
: Mr. nance Parrish. Mr. Burnoy of shrubbery bused
Peggy Turnbull Dorothy ]Kltch of their bridge club, the occasion plenty of fresh vegetables BO
) ; In all the '
.i' Lawtey was the official figure plantings garde
caller.I )Kathryn: Haynes, Mary Brownlee / being the regular weekly meeting I the two "kitchen gardens" (as he school yards, and other comm

Lillian Sternberg. Margaret Wll- of the club. ., __,___. ....___
A r..'.," ,L, .m....'L,- "....- ft..w.,.. I called them) at the back of the ity plantings.
: FAnE, PMCTVcm'EN: hams Messrs. Jack Adams Billy Three tables for contract were douse were considered quite a show This
yenr we are paying tritin
: WKDNKSIMY KVKMNU Graham Hilly Parker. Eldrcdge I arranged In the living room which I, FfUIAT' a porcupi.ie: car"i Is quills though many people believe place. The grounds around his to the Father of Our Countrv .
Robinson Milton Brownlee Jr., JI1. was prettily decorated with quantities JL that he can? The outer ends of porcupine quills are sharp and "rime show n love for the beautiful i
have felt the
Warren S. II Johni, A. E. Wall, I barbed and they fatten on to any foreign body with which they com I. 1 never we need mo
of flowers. At l'mti
f bright spring > thit in the
; I A and l grew woods '
delightful Interestingevent Harry Tlaon, Herbert Stevens, Buster ,In contact. They are fastened to the body of the animal In a sort of keenly than now, to put into pn
i;. .. wan heM at the the conclusion of five progressions jLrrttiml Mt. Vernon nrnvp/1 .lila. In tice of the ,
parsonage and ) heath from which they pull eatlly. The porcupine's favorite method -- some rood eXamTJI'that ''
Wednesday! evening for Mrs. S. L. 1 Glenn Klckllter Wood. Richard Long of the game Mrs. A. Z. Adklns and of fighting Is to turn his back on his enemy and swish his tall and woe. terp tIn landscaping: his home he set for us-not only at.

I, ;) .' Peek, Mrs H. A. Weeks and Mr. I ---..-- .. Mr. J. C. Robinson were presented betide anyone 10 rash a. to come close enough for It to hit him. I grounds. Ills hot house Included statesman but as a farmer and

and Mrs. J. II Lord when their WOODMEN: CIKCLK prizes for holding high scores. Mrs. The porcupine can be killed by a blow on the nose and is hll meat many rare plants. You can see lover of his home. And I thin

? i:;' & friends gave them a farewell party. DISTRICT: MKKTINtt D. T. Clarke received the guest makes p.' -table soup he has sawed the life of many a man lost In the that the home demonstration women you will agree when you! hear u-)

The lower floor of the home was prize woods. I ept 'In such emergencies no woodsman will kill a porcupine, and girls have special interestin women of my counties who tell <

ci : open enAuHe and beautifully decorated A district meeting of the Wood- The following players enjoyed a which because of his bad temper and his quills, leads probably the all these Interests of George of their work that we are tryingdo y'
of In the wilds. Herewith Is a porcupine
moat sheltered life creature
tv.! 1 with a )profusion of gludoll, men Circle will be held In Starkeon tempting salad course: Mr. and I viewing lifo from a stump any In Algonquin Park. northern Ontario, Canada. Washington for all of our work lies our part in Bradford and Unit
C : rasps calendulas sweet peas baby Friday afternoon May 6th. at Mrs. W. M. Walnwrlght Mr. and along these lines. counties.
Mrs C. A. .
: Knight Mr. and Mrs. R. --- -
... As George Washington made a --
;:- | F. Dernorent. Judge and 1 Mrs. A. IVIS-SiX.UV meeting, which meets with Mrs. life
: interesting to himself and his Winter Garden-. N. Sew
3Joto to play Btidgs Z. AcUclns, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson O. L. Haynes on May 6th. friends by hia untiring work for a opened grocery store on East Plai

and Mrs. D. T. Clarke of Mi Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Shaw announce During the social, half hour the beautiful rural home, so the home street.

4 l.e\\ AUCTIONCONTRACT ami. the marriage: of their hostess, assisted. by Mrs. W. A. demonstration women and girls of ------- ---- ._-.
a,!"{ daughter Opal MyrtU to Mr. Joe Sterns served delicious wafers and Florida are trying to do the same

\ ) I'UF.WELJ.I.UNC'IIEONm'.F.N IN Murrel Davis of Wllllston on No- tea. thing for themselves and their families 1ILLlATS
HONOR fV vember 1st, 1931 at Bronson. -- and
course that works .
MISS! III'ICL'EI US; TO THE for and Mice, that's BESTYET the >
: k' Although they have been married CITIZENS OF hUfFTON : the Improvement of Florida. reliable rodent destroyer, comes .
"" since November M-ECIAL TAX DIST
of last NO. 2
i.i.u Ly Wynne Ferguson :Miss. Martha Brownlee entertained announcement has Just been madeof year Home demonstration work as a powder form. No mixing with otter

t' / ::.\'\ Author of 'PRACTICAL AUCTION DRIDG ." at her home Saturday at lunch- the marriage of Miss Shaw to Wo wish to express to the citizens branch of agricultural extension foods. Your money back if 'I 1
In honor of jervlce is making its contributionto fails.
eon Miss Murla
... Weeks Mr. Davis. The bride formerly attended of Hampton District, our appreciation
Copytlit''.' 'I ''I t)) \\I",I" Jr. who leaves Frldty for Miami to 1 Gainesville High School of their confidence! in whom the It state in halplng those with I 50 cent size, 3 oz. is enough "

make her home. and I Ii the youngest daughter of our administration of the school affairs deals to live In happy relationship Pantry Kitchen and 1 Cellar.

ARTICLE Garden flower /gaily decked the Mr. and Mrs. J. :M. Shaw. as was shown by their majority with each other and to
I No. 25 home for this delightful affair. A Mr. Davis was graduated from vote given the bond issue fill a useful place in the community 75: cent size. 6 oz. for Chick''

: It ISl1't ofer that a problem and three course luncheon served i of which they are a part. House, Coops and small building! !
cnn onaly'c,1 RII they all contain gnndt was Andrew Jackson High School. He on April 19, 1932, authorizing the
t arouse luh: Interest 8S the followin points of play that conic; up frequent h' at dalntly appointed small tables. Is connected with the Bronson I replacing of the bond issue voted Vegetable gardening Is stressed Sold and guaranateed by YUI''
ji one. It hAt so>> many varioilion, that it enough to make' the analyal well After i In
lunch the our
1 is almo5t irjsible' to cover theOlnll worth while. Try it out before reo1dl1l8 guests presentedthe Journal. Mr. and Mrs. Davis are May 24, 1030.: program in order that a va Local Dealer.

but the *nun: ones have: been IIlecteli, the following solution: honoree with lovely gifts. Assisting now residing in: Wllliston where Yours for service and justice - -- -. .- -

l, Mrs. Brownlee In servingwere they are At home to their friends. A. B. Surrency, -'S"W r GIH"'I"Iil'"I''llJ', ,':'' '' >>IJIIIJ''IJI','' ',' I"'''' ""'''' '' u\illi\ iii; "" "" '''' '' '', .' '\ ';;:
1'11I' 1J1'iI.rIIfI""I\ I'H''I'\\.II\UlI'\ilIII"I'llutl\-
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4: Problem Mrs. S. K.: Erownlce and Mrs. eJU. James: T Moore, !!!!.""_ __ ;, _" _" _"',,_\; ;\' -"" I I'Announdng
h' J. E. Wilson.
H. D.
J-Iellrt.* A, 10,8,2 May;
tlnb. 7. 4 The guests present Were Misses! Board of Public Instruction for

1 : w I)iamomjs none Kitty Hogsed Lois Adktns Lulu C'ELEBICATES Bradford county.A. .

!pdcs Q Redgrave Lois Long Dor9thy 3TII IUKTIIDAY J. Griffis,

Cluha Jlenrts K., ri j, 5 Harts Q, !9, 7 flitch. Sarah Hope and Kathryn Secy. to said Board.

13 I Y I tIubi1)an : 6 Mnynes, Margaret Williams Peg- On Sunday April 16th Mr. E. -.- .
'" I"J 8 i A. .
: n J lflamndenone
Spades //I I Z : 3pMds-10,1 gy Turnbull Evelyn' and Marjorie J. Frfoberts, of Lawtey, observed his Births

Stump Martha Powell, Bunnle Ca- 75th. birthday with a dinner at his Mr. and :Mrs. Lonnie Morgan,

21srts-L3 nov, Mary Pearce and Mary home. Hit friends, children and Brooker tit lighter, April 1.tIt.MI' '
'lQh-S,2 Brownlee. grandchildren with him on this occasion and Mrs.
i4Li P. II. Knabb, Ral-!
1Jiamond. 5 I were Mr. and Mrs. L.
: E.
---- ford
son, April 18th.
'5V :SpWQI1, 9 MRS.EEKS HONUKI) 11V Roberta, of St. George, Ga., Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Burden, t t-

lj : Ilr.iria: are trumps and Z is In tile: represents tiC. solution nnd ,variation W. M. S. !MONDAY AFTERNOON Z.Mrs.J. Roberts 3. M. Oliver of of Baldwin.< Mr. Starke, daughter, April 18th.
Mr. and
i ., Jad. I II I # C HI Y / wm four of the when A lead the eight of diamond at Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bloods-
_ 4, S .cn i tricks OKainst. the best rlefenae? trick two.Suppose. Monday afternoon the Woman's Mrs. J. :M. Roberts of South Jack- worth Starke, son, April 20th.NOTICE ( i OPENING OFt

$ The only) correct play is for Z to lead A I le., I Is the' eight of spades Missionary Society of the Metho- sonville., Mr. and Mrs. J.V.. Andrews *>
L the deuce uf eIuh ,, (forcing A to win the at trick two. Y wins this trick with the dist church held their monthly and Dr. E. L. Blgga, of
jc trick with tlic (n,,,Ht of cluos A c.." amy business Starke Dr. Earl Roberta, of Jacksonville .
of and should
__ queen! spades no:.JI'IHf! / meeting, with the president
HiaUo any one of three loads. (I) lie the ileiloe of heart 0 shouKl Beach, Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
play Mrs. T. J. Griffin Dr.
presiding. C. M. Brittaln
b lead the eight of diamonds ) Jacksonville
may ( or ((2) -,
Z the and A should l win Roberts Mr.
j-ick: anj Mrs. W. E. To-
1: 1ha eght; of piclcs or ((3) the five of f with the After hearing reports and disposing will preach In the Baptist :
king. mars
can now rode and Mrs. Ellis Miner of Law. BradfordHardware
hearts. The eight of diamonds is A'Iloest the of tf.ck,; of considerable business, a church Sunday morning at 11
)li'ttil. V should with ti... quern trump Suppose at I tey, Miss Mildred Clarke of Baldwin
_ : trump two A lea p ten of hearts and U should. overtrump can now easily win all but one lirnrt Wkklleton, delegate to the annual Miss Mao Shepard of Jacksonville .. I IIi
M with the V>"uccn. II\ may now lend (.1)) Mr. George Gardiner of
trick. Thl'rl.r..e.. nil three
.4i the nine .,f hearts b pussihleplays meeting of the society In Palatka. Macclenny Louder building
4! or ( ) tjie! live of
by A after Z loads club give Y Z four Starke: grandchildren Miss Hazel
tt el.;. > I<>r (I. I ti: "ven of heart. If tlie a >> Mrs. A.Vood led tho devotional, addition to business establishment
__-b ntH: of li, ''Hi. Z should\ l cover with tha tricks.On. taking for her subject The Spiritual Helen and Joseph Oliver of Baldwin short distance went of here. Ii
jai k, A with the I.illllll",1 Y with then the lend l of the eight of diamonds Clinic. Emmet Roberts, of St. George, ----
t e. 1h .> are numcu i4 variation by A at trick two, if Y trumps with the After the Ga., Leslie "and Bobby Biggs. Jac- ""-
tho adJourned
e but n ''lit.: r. i.nt .11.y Uillicult/for Y Z ten of trumps and! U refuse to overtrump meeting society queline and Buddy Andrews, of Don't Get Up Nights, i .
at! four V should lend the 01'' [ to the club house where
f7 to n ''i ti < la. queen Starke Miss Beatrice Miner Howard I
JL h. '\ i I. U leads. the five of 'p.i lei an.l then the. deuce! of truninsIf 1 they entertained: In honor of Mrs. ,
\1)) jjH\ the norn-wr nine of hiMrU' R A. Weeks Miner, Kdwln, Mary Lucile and Make This 25c Tot
V[ .p.i i >. YL in tie trek with tin1U who leaves today to
,. ( ( ''I uf "iil".< ami, leads l the ,ili! uce of i shui I play tli' j jade! An.1 1 force A to make her home In Miami. In a John Arthur Torode', Patsy and I;: CompanyDmnch
win the luck with the king. In tin- George Roberts of and You need thin bladder tihynlo
L : I II') > i "H ui i ; li to win the trick Tew appropriate words, Mrs. T. J. I I Lawtey, easy
1 v 'I.i t' ." -n t t' lioi.rt.. li should now way alY Z win four rf the seven! > Betty Ann Roberts of South Jackson to drive out lmrurltl" and excessael.ia :
.1i JI I ,,' t '""n i"f "I' HIp.. Z p1,,,).q the]Jack l tricks Tbene variations: are all poMihlc Griffin presented Mrs. Weeks witha vllle. HUltnJn whk'h leg. pains nurse, backache lirltatlon 1 that hnrnlnv re-
a I l\, J I i either to d-: I : C ,. If t I -' i-ncr, Y also dUcarclsei ; deuce of club\ and If properly 1'.1':1),1': the society in which.: she has been I I the nottlnli'::"ilr phynlc. containing hootto -
by bith oidcr, 'Y Z fuur of ; o.\RI>EX Civil MEETS all I etc.: work* on the
f, ; II I "I I ", Y <>\ trumps, loads liin iive ( the such a faithful worker. This hon- tiliumer\
-- i' ,' tll&n : i .. I v 'i"< the balance, of the ,seven tricks. or came as a complete surprise to |i| WITH !MUS. ANDREWS oil'nloanmitly on the bowelH and ffsitlvel O..t.,:?SOc alle".tor STARKE FLORIDA

'. tl I, r I : (niee, B's beat lead I it.ts. No other lomi la correct. Moat of the Mrs. Weeks. box. ((3 grain else l ) from your druftlt ,
tl \ I '. !Z and A should solvers thought the live of iliitltiuiKln I The Madison Avenue Garden, Aftxr. tour (1". )',,. It not raU. .vert -
i At the close of the afternoon nt Hutting up uiRht/ go hack and
|i \ v .in the tuck with the was/ tli" corrrct: leud allowing A
to .
van refreshments Club met at the homo of Mrs. J. tot your money You art nr, bound
c > i fiiould now lead t''t.'J the; uk' and which dainty were served. .
; on Y shock dliAtd to fowl hutfT after thli 'lonnsiitg
_ _ 4 and all ... W. A ndrcWII, Jr., on the afternoon .nil .....
I 4.J'] : fiW.! li- the qiicenof spai-lcs. Thi soiuticii > nti tct .OII! I'nll'ul..1' .P. litHlly -
,, t, e i '! o ace of trqnirw :n"i.1 t hu\v.. of April 14th with quite a number .it Mltchr-lln Dr'Hf Stui.-.
S f. i <"eltofclut.. I .'iA I I i-j'lUl! head[ the eight of data sect 9CR4. K. A. WEEK of the Indies! of tftte street present.In Wednesday April 27.
i I" imp with tl." f fJi t(f'd'!':l\t \vii.I the efiKi! of srvideft, Z wieo\ UONOKBI AT LUNCHEON the absence of the president. I aeea.e- I ,

1 ''I tho 1.:lit i v \. "i I'I't t tu'itrirk!'; .,vulx the jackof .ti iilca, Iittu.tioit rt Mrs. )D. K. Perryman, a.t the beginning ,
t) : ..;" T: ... : : 1
> u S "? n as follow A delightful informal 1 luncheon : of the ruMtlnir. the vice-

: Y., I I' (tq-A.1og,2 wits given by Mrs L A. Davis I president Mrs. UWdlctce openedthe Spring Cleaning

r\ < i'" .- Wednesday complimentary to Mrs. meeting but the presidentcame of
-- : 'L _ I '),.,;.- neilia R. A. Weeks, who leaves today for !io later and presided over the Showing a complete-line agri-
; / ."Ic.-non. Miami to make her home. business session. .
)s /
: :, ,. _ 1 11, \ ,,3 "- tl-o; 9 tnout I The hostess used for her decorations Time is Here' I
: '.1,1.,.-- }c.w.:'.; > .: A Y -0---: o"r.-w nioN Q.!_ on this occasion quantities beautification Mrs. L. A. tUvtft stated, chairman to the club of i cultural implementsjb u i ii 1 d e r s

5j'a,. : lisnrur4s of spring/ flowers In pastel shades: that: on account of lack: of moisture -
'J "0 t' Z
1. ., : c... Satdsm 7 artistically arranged In floor bas in the ground( this spring that Now N the time to have supplies sporting goods and gen-

t;:, :t' : Hevta T, :3 kets, bowls and wall vase! the beautification project planned your rugs, draperies, blankets ,
: &------' Cibsi. : -S A vase of flowers centered each I for the southern entrance of road and other household goods

\ I, Diomondn none' small table where the four course "3 bad to be postponed to a later cleaned for the season. Our eral hardware.

.) r Spades 0 luncheon wits served. The fifth I tlm". service In thin line I lit UK efficient
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_ It s'i' ,'I.i' h., evident that\ A I n must Another solution wn: for Z to lenitthe course to the honor guest was a Mrs. J. W. Andrews.,' Jr., as and prompt aa our service -
; now W.t '.> I 111t:" trick no mutter nine of spades at trick! one, fr.n tray filled, with lovely gifts from I chairman of a special cleanup campaign on suits, dresses, etc. Useful Free Souvenir to each family -

_,:, bow Y Z :pi iv. By doing so, Y Z only Y t j win the trick. A lead b/ Y at trick her friends present. Althoughthis | on Madison street outlined There will be no spots or
4 score thru trie ks so the litail ff,f a two of either a trump or a club will do l being Mrs. Weeks' birthday i her plans for this work and she and rings when they return from registering'at
.t diamond at trick one by Z i i. him I' our store thru
Ic clearly no good anil, with thi* opening the entire affair came as a surprise other members of laid committee IM.
'p incorre.
',. t' Another t. suggested\ solution that: Y mace Z' can the make only detente.three tricks The if A 11 to-her as she thought she was simply hope to work out,these plans; with

,e ,g should be noted( N that to the I kid of tlumon. ii: obvious proper, therefore, that con-the being invited out for the day. pleasing results, soon Saturday.Visit .
tha five of diimonds l av Z at trick one only correct opening lead by Z thatwill During the afternoon, the followIng Due to the scarcity of flowers :

: v A plar the eight' nmt Y trump with the enible: him and, hi. partner to win guests spent a pleasant timeIn among the Garden Cdub members
----I 3 heart. The! dcfenen to this play four>> tricks U the deuce of clubs sewing and conversation: Mrs.W. and other residents of Starke, Starke DryCleaners
_ ;44 is for Ii to overtrump with the queen This problem; has been analyzed at L. Wall Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. caused by the unfavorable our store and let's get ac-
,, m and then lead the nine of he,,,:.. An.nalYlili such greit length because variation season
pip of this defense wm.how'alsothat given; la tricky and every interesting. J. M. Brownie, Mrs. S. E. Brown- for growing the same, it was unanimously I

--------: : Y Z can win only three tri '!'u, 1'he writer wonld suggest that each of lee Mrs. J. H. Ritch. Mrs. W, O.H&lle voted that the club abandon -

I. 1k, k thus proving that the diamond )e.a,1, the variations be played. out and tested :Mrs. T. J. Griffin Mrs. W. the Idea of having a flower
: .t trick one is incorrect whether Y from every nngle. it's impossible to E. MUtdleton. Mrs. R. A. Weeks. show this May. I quainted."S

;' F discards the queen of spades or trumps find a better problem than this one asa Mrs. A. V. Long and Mr*. S. T. Chrysanthemums and their culture PHONE
4 with the tea of heart. ,

; test of sound, careful play. Deli of Gainesville.! Is to be studied at our next C.- .-.... OF ,..- ----j I I ....'-'I"----- .;,",...,_,,""\"IeOl"_'"'',_,.,,,,...",_III'!IIl.UII.'I". '._, "'....._....".",".'.''.''.'.'''.....



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2. 1913

-F-:p _., -- ..- ..- .- .--.. -- -- -- ,nn.\nronn COUNTY TKUCGUATO.:: STARKK. nxmu _. ,\G'" .'1\',",

c5Z575'2525Z 525d5-'ur25'u25252525ZS2575ZR52525'3 5'525Bits Mr. Boll Dmwn of I '
Zr Maine and
TKMN SCHKOfLEOur !; I Fort PliTi R<>mn\\ xl I ""r ill' J Miss Cary of New York after i bend of local Inlet
channel! om-
pending several months In Starke HOMESPUN SENSEPithy I schedule changes March 9th pleted by dredge ;1"i" '

oflocal leave this week for their respective i and trains will run .as follow: ---.-- .-- ...- t I

homes dIM Cary will stop in Southbound local l No 1, due Miami Beach Dr. and Mrs B. 4

Lb Jacksonville for a two weeks visit Starke II :12 p. m. C. True to erect J15.000 residenceand ,

Quotations! from Public Addresses of Southbound local, No. 11, due garage at 676O Alton road,
Iefr/rs; Mr and Mrs. J. B. Carlisle and Starke 9:39: a. m. -_.--.. .--- -

family, who have been residing InOunnellon. MELVIN A. TRAYLOR Southbound limited No. 107, due Cveatvlew Lamnr Hotel bring

have moved to Stirke I'mMfnt, First National Dank, Chicago"It Starke 10:28: a. m renovated and redecorate.
and are living at the T. J. Griffin -.-- .- .
: Concerning Our People Business and ? Southbound limited No. 191, due
home. Mr. Carlisle Is manager of Starke 11:00: p. m. Apalachicola Survey of six I

Progresf of the County and Town. |G the Bradford Hardware Company. In time' rome leadership and and simpler living For it seems to Northbound local. No.2. due miles roads along beach front to : \

here. some party) sated our attention to me that ve want above everything Starke 0:19 a. m. this place on Road No. 10 approvedby :. ). 1'1 j
a l the tart there Is no magic cure for to abandon the struggle to live up state road! department. il
Northbound No.
local 12 due ,
__........nsz. ..zs =IIIIC 2<;";JI;";> II = .aszs.s;:.sts.lIcIcIlIr.':s'ifR I rediscover -.+ .-.. I
: !iSi'; ,'r..c.IIII:: ;; -Jc ---- ---- ---- L R. H. Green of Brooker, was a the Ills and the evils ot human folly. with the Jonoses, and to Starke 3:31: p. m. --- fir'

,l'' f'raze" attended court \\T1ATIIEB REPORTCompiled buaineri visitor to Starke Tues We trod the, primrose path of ex- the true purpose of life, which U Northbound limited No. 10$, due Hollywood Construction of ,',\.. {w

uo:>sday.In' day. Mr. Green was stricken last tiavastuice, ot thoughtless and of the Joy to be found (in the simple Starke 5:56 p. m link of road between Washington i I < If

1'1 -- by Starke Branch, U. September; with paralysis and only I .tmoit criminal neglect of every virtues of Industry, thrift anti sehe \\'____ Branch street, this city, and Hatlendale ';{1;
recently recovered human conduct living I believe in our people In Beach road may start about! May t '.
,- \ 3. A. Saul spent S. Forestry Department to where he aiuud principle of No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m. '
i, 11 nindina.i Week ending, April 10, 1933. could make his way about unassisted. train the Individual to the govern.iiout our country, and in the God who and No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. --"--.----- -- '" 1 I 11 j

!- Date Max. Mia. Prcolp : and the Individual wm aided directs our destlulns; and I welcoma dally: except Sundays. Bradenton -- Manatee runty 1

i mhht attended court Apr. 13 76 45 'momirased, and abett I on that the future with contldence and un-; T J. Griffin, Agent. Flower Show held her r..e't1l1y'I.
__ .
", .. Monday.i Apr. 14 80 49 Mrs. Robert Swift and nephew, lath. l>y the government an
i: Apr. 15 78 B7 Mr. Edward Hall who have been responsible for its administration.1 I Dine Dull Schedules Inverness F. M. Dumpier em'i I '';

mtht, attended court Apr 16 78 46 visiting Mrs. Swift's seater Mrs have not failed because of Dally, effective Jan I, 1082. ployed by Scoffed .& Scoflcld 1 1 to setout : 1

\11 :.1 ionday.( Apr. 17 86 55 -- George Gardiner left Wednesday "One ct the biggest' thlnsn was a ignorance of economic theories, but Northbound-9:03 a. m., 1:50: p several hundred new orange \ I 4I j
It Apr. 18 80 50 for their home in San Francisco watered state ot mind In which we because of our utter disregard and m. 4:60: p. m., 8.19; p. rrt. trees. on large grove east of town. "

.: ;.,r',. T. J. Griffin were Apr. 19 76 56 .95 Calf., and while enroute will visitin all thought we were rlrl'<'r than we defiance of all economic law. Ambition SouthboundJvjl a m., 12:34: p ---'--- --. --__ 'I ::1 I

,i I" k-.mville Saturday. Total Rainfall/or week 95 in. New Orleans, La. were, and were living beyond our stupidity, and (treed have m., .1-34: p. m. 12:60 a. nt. River Junction --- E. H. Boykin 'I: .I
\' means." dictated policies, and tronblo :nan- Tickets and Information at opened South Side Grocery.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Roberts and Notice: of -__._. "
tin cary pf Lake City, Application for been the result. Smith's Service Station, next to
PI "+' and Tuesday inStntl eon, Alton, of Hastings, visited Restoration of CitizenshipThe division courthouse. Sarasota .- American Plant (,'0. ? 11
,,'' "uiluv "In my opinion, no front
t charter
Mra. Roberts parents! Mr. and Mrs. I I
of human society has ever been lied "All through history the nations -
George Gardiner Sunday public will take notice that ('Iohlntr of Mall, I -- -- ---. -
10, and lied about, as much in the that have been agriculturists
\lr H ,. Culley" of Wildwood. ia at the next meeting of the Pardoning same period of 'Into as has the and have Included in their agricultural : South
Hi parents. Mr. and Mrs.J Mrs. O. P. Likins of Atlantic Board of the State of Florida American farmer." and domestic pursuits the No 11, parcel post and letters

lUtin H. i}! ''IVjj Bench, returned to her home Thursday we shall make application for breeding and raising of livestock 0.15: : a. m FLORIDA I \ 14

---- -' after a visit at the home of the conditional pardon heretofore'! have been the nations that haven- No. 107 letters special) deliveryand ,

), i ,ran Roundtree of Waldo, Col.) and Mrs. J. L. Frazce. granted to each of us be made un- "This then is my hope far our dured> the longest and performedthe special handling, 10:00: a. in. I TIIEATItBcAI { I
conditional and that future--that we may be rich without North
N. D. citizenshipand
with Mrs. work for mankind.
I mi' .day I
Scni Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Epperson and the of foretelling to be righteous; that wo No. ; ;
slit t citizenship each of us 12 parcel post and letters ; IS\'ILJ.I: :, FLA i;;
WalllW family of Jacksonville, spent Sun- Le; restored unto us and each of us. may be powerfulwithout being 3.:IS: p. m. j I LLL p '
T 1 W. Oliver of Sylvania,, day with Mr. F-pperson's parents, This April 20th 1932. It. offensively proud; that wo may bo "Open the door ot an agricultural No. 108 letters, special! deliveryand i PIiO01i.1M: 1S ttII'mr.; : 25th f1TIIUbiRDAY
jlri nationally minded< without feeing: and close the door ot a ,
',', ,iticg her mother, Mrs. S. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson.Mr. URY REDDISH school you handling, 3.30 p. m.
Ga., i FELIX: SAPP narrow-minded; and finally, that poorhouse" Night mail closes at nix o'clock. I
K Hamrick live in world of fact with. k i' Y"rAUZS ,
we may a
and Mrs. W. J. Epperson No 1, due at 11 ::12 J). m. 4
Z. spent Friday in Jacksonville with out surrendering our faith. "Relief from owing too much No. 2, due at 0:19: a. m. I
Mr (n L Besley and Mrs. A. their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. money does not lie in borrowing I
visitors in Glen St. LAWTEYMrn. i{ Wiumro Branch .'OIlSSUI"lI1'I.I.1':1&: ': o ;
Adklns WIre and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Jr. consideration of more"
MondayMr "I would urge; Mall clones, 7OO a. m. I J\I.ulr"ru O'MuIlI"eta ,
Han) I':. I:. llurnrr, Cor.Mr th& complete abolishment of so- Mall arrives 2:40: p. m. I e .'
and Mrs. A. Z Miss Berthn Boyd of Laramie called floor trading, which as T am I "Knowledge Is ono thing!, lint +

Beasley with his sister, Wyoming, was a visitor to the *. Torode lIoHtcim to Indira Aid Informed, has about It moat of the courage of leadership is another" 1F. ltmr\I. KNKIUISKM:: : TO IIK: SATURDAY 'r
veek-t-mi +in Miami home of Dr. and Mrs. George H. shooting I r.mET1''OVNt' + .
Mrs.: W. E. Torode was hostess characteristics of plain crap IIfLU: '
Mrs F F Gciger.Mi Lowry during the past week. to: the Ladies Aid Society of the I and< few, It any, more redeeming "Falsehood and error make the fn llilL" .," .pl.. fi"PI.1Y

M. E. Church last Thursday at her features than that: delightful headlines, while truth and fact mo The U. D. C, will hold Memorial II

,and Mrs Howard Luck, of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Canova and home. Mrs. G. W. Roberts openedthe I Ethiopian! pastime. lost in the maze of half.point type." exercises May let Sunday afternoon MONDAY
weekendhen & TUESDAY
Jacksonville spent the little daughter, Mary Ann, of meeting with scripture readingand at 3 o'clock at Crosby ceme r 4k
with friends. Bushnell, spent the week-end at the prayer. Mrs. D. W. Moore reada 'It Is tad< enough whoit the Intelligent tery. Ill11.1RI: )) lI.l' I,
home of Mrs. E. K. Canova. "We cannot trade the hungry, the '
letter of thanks received for the and wealthY speculate and -- 111
Ml Mary!: Dodd, of Tallahassee, box linen sent to a foreign mission lose, but when scrubwomen, day unfed, the feeble voice of the elck, RATS 1)1 K "tilE 1..uST M( U.IDROS" I j

is vi.itnig t her mother, Mrs. Will Mr and Mrs. S. S. Dowling and ary. Mrs. A. II. Harley conducted 'aborers. small home owners, wives the empty basket of the unemployed 1Ith !MARY AMTOR! ',
against the maintenance of so do Mice, once they eat BEST-:
Vorrlft this week daughter. Nettle, spent the week- the bible study, which was very in- ,nd youths speculate and lose
party preference or individual ad. YET. And they leave no odor be-
end In Jacksonville with Mrs. Dowling's teresting. During the social hour :Imply because they can go to aroker's WEDNESDAY r
Ul' I Louise Thede of Lawtey, Is sister, Mrs. James Godbold Miss Mary Lucile Torode gave a office and get credit for vantage or personal achievement. ilml Don't take our word for It. & j
try a package CATS and DOGSwon.t 'L.11)E'rTE ('()r.UI'ltTIn : eY'
fen' a j this week with her aunt, ----- piano solo :Mrs.! Torode served her mall sums, the practice ceases! to
Mn: E Knight. Mrs George White spent the guests with tea and sandwiches. II ':a defensible on any ground" "I believe I am a better farmer touch It. Rats pass up all ,,4 t''Till '
week-end in Tallahassee with her Those present were Mesdames G. by a long: shot than I am a banker" food to get Best-Yet. Two size : RI'Elt fo\JoX": .

Mi and Mrs D D. Weeks of La- husband. While there she attendeda W. Roberts, Effle Miner, Will Good- "Out ot the stress and dlfflculty 50 cent sire.: 3 oz la enough for }

crosse were clients Sunday of Mr. banquet given by the Chamberof I fellow, A. H. Harley U. R. Reddish, of the situation I believe gradually< "We must either all thrive to- Pantry, Kitchen and Cellar. COMING THURSDAY 1 uROHEliTMtYIuHERS'

and Mrs. J. F Colley. Commerce.Mr. J. 1(. Moore, Ed Bennett, W. F. A'O shall return to simpler thlnl;! -"thcr, or all suffer disaster" I 75: cent sUe. 6 oe for Chicken : : ,.)

Moore, D. W. Moore Rebecca i I house Coops and small hulldlngM I In QA's

Mr. Joseph Thomas has left for and Mrs. E. M. Thomas entertained Whitehead L. II. IIIII, Effie Strow- ;I Sold and guaranteed by your Loj j i "lll'T TIU-: FI.EMII IM WT.AII": rrI
where he has a position I :MAY 15K: TilE M.VATION OF Tltusvllle -- Construction of i !
Jacksonville, a fcw friends at dinner bridge, E. E. Burney and Miss Mattie I cal Dealer I
: with Lilly] Pharmacy. ; 'II Kl'U.URA1XAV \Y LINES! building to be used in connection
Tuesday in honor of their mother, Harley; Mrs. A. H. Harley, Jr., I -
Mrs. L W. Klckhter who was 83 of Starke, and Mrs J. G Godwinof with operation of government's

Mi ''I i ,": Claude Lovcll of years of age. f Raiford. I (Gainesville Dally; Sun radio station expected to start I' n '

0"i, It the week-end with I No recent event iu the railroad soon. I :
Mr : B Lovell. I world has attracted more Interest -
Mr. end Mrs. A. F. Murrhce visited Isirthduy Dinner
-. -- 'than has the !trial run over the I ,
Mrs. :Murrhee's brother, Mr. Mr 13 J. Roberts rntertnlned
S. T. tracks of the Seaboard Air Line : ; i '
and Mrs.
Long W J Thomas who is a patient in Sunday with a family reunion, this ,,
r I,11+ ',' ivllle, were guests the Government Hospital in Lake occasion being his 75th birthday. ( Railway, from Miami to JllckRon- CENT[ A WORD
IV i i r ilra L. A Davis. vllle, of a pneumatic-tired, flange-
City Wednesday. A dinner served to
sumptous was
.. i'wheeled standard automobile The)I Ii
Mi Roy- -Edwards--- Mrs those! present!' who wereMr.: and )I i unusual night naturally created a j COLUMN
/ The beet Mrs. 'V. R. Torode and children j
The "KCLIPSE": photo
E. iiiut Miss Lucile Ed- tremendous amount of curl< /,ity | I
of ----- II rs I II
spring special we have offered yet. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Roberts the 400 miles traversed and II I I
n.: : in Jacksonville. long HE Four rU-! i iI
'rklay IFA'T: ; Kit -- room :
Mr. and Mrs. John Rob- I j
3 for $160. Think of it. Hoover Lawtey;
---- had there been more prior publicity Lee Lnke. R. F. Demorrst.F'oR I I ,
I on f fli.
erta and of Jacksonville Mr.
Bros quality 3 for $150.[ Come baby ,
M. Weeks and children, no doubt many thousands of
'Ml ..,.d W. T. leave today: I right now. HOOVER. BROS. STUDIO and Mrs L. E. Roberts of St. people would have turned out to KENT -6 room house with ,I, + 4

,Fri :'j : Miami to make their Starke, Fla. I i George. Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Oliver .ee an. ordinary. automobile taking bath garage, on Clark street J, ;
I and children of Baldwin. Z. J. Roberts "
borne I (| 'n steel rails instead or: to the M. Alvarez. 4-22-tf:
I Friends of Mrs J. M. Mitchell of Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. J highway. I I II I

be glad to know that she is able W. Andrews and children and Dr. and II
11'' 'i Dyal and children are Preen reports give the Information I FOR
E. 1,. and of Starke and I
and to be home again after spending Biggs sons I set of harness. Mrs. L. W Kickliter
peng lia week with uncle that a top speed of 87 milesan I
Dr. of
several weeks in the Riverside hos- Earl Roberta Jacksonville.
-unto n< r nd :Mrs. W. R. Halslop,, hour was attained. The average Starke. 4.22.2t'1FOR t tI
Rising pital In -- Mrs J. H. Tatum of DeLand was I maintained for the trip was 64.39 S.u.rn-P-rto-;; Rico,- potato; ;:' ,, +

Mrs. L. G. Powell Miss Etta TI- visiting her daughter, Mrs. G. W. I miles an hour taking six hours draws. E. M. Thomas, Starke 4-. I ,
Mrs R. v Turner and children and eighteen minutes to make the LOCATION
and Mr. John Powell attended Roberts last week. 22-2t I I'OSTOFFJCE +
)lacc' 'a 1:1 r: spent several days of son trip, this Including four stops for I' 1
of Mrs. W. E. Torode and daughter,
wedding anniversary
|:JiU week with her mother !Mrs tbe golden fuel. FOR SALE-..Jersey cow. Will be i ,
-. B. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wart man in Mary Lucille, were visiting in 1 4
.1. an: evening. Starke Saturday.Mr. Intimation I in, given that the trial' fresh In April. Marvin flirt, Louise
Citra Monday
and Mrs. E. E. Burney were run was for the purpose of demonstrating Fla. it.I I Pure CaneSUGAR Jersey Lily I.. '
Mis P. lri Jordan and Mrs. Nat -
Attorney J. L. Barnes of Knoxville visiting In Starke Saturday. the ability uf a certain I +
7urut '' ,ttended the State Hortl- FOR SALC:.-- :50:; sacks, 100 pounds I 1
of tire to stay on the
luitun Tenn.. was the guest of Mr. Mesdames G. W. Roberts and Ed type flanged BUTTER''
meeting in Gainesville rails at excessive speed. The test each nice white milling corn. ;
1? W. N. Johnson last Wednesday Bennett were visitingin Starke
to C. F. Rivers, I
For epply
while enroute home from a two Monday has been more than satisfactory price I ,

'h week's tour of South Florida.Dr. Misses Kathleen Blanchard and according to the technical engineers Lake Duller, Fla. 4-15-2t : 51bs.rrrrrr2OcPoaana3 .. err22c

f fJ ,'r i W. F.several Yelvington days Ruth Rowe spent the week-end at in charge. The use of a standard 8'W K E'TJ'OT'TO DRAWS:: : th +

\i5' ''l.t pent Mr. and Mrs. Geo. : and Mrs. George II. Lowry, Kingsley Lake with Mr. and Mrs.J. automobile was only Incidental Per thousand, $1.20, from genuine I '
i No secret la made of the
I. and Mr. H. H. B. Dye. purposeof Porto Rico Seed. C. A. DurlI '
I Mrs. C. N. Christy, I 'Bille 1 4
I Heat While Rose 3'
Miss Thelma McKarchen left the railroad to u-e the Dew '
Young attended the meeting of the I lag, Hampton, Fla. 4-32-4t
1t'! ekd'hildren; Presbytery of North Florida in Sunday for Apoxsee, to be gone for kind of tin on a itppcially-biiilt: Whole{{ '
l. P several weeks motor car rumored to have already LOST: -Ia Stat ke, Saturday. April BACONPound .
//I. this week.
first of
t ,In her husband !inn Eustis.the_-part A. A. Griffis left Saturday for : Been designed as a roxlifled type ietb, dark shelled frame bt-focsl I II j t"I
r y will make theirS 'if Pullman with berths .and accommodations returnedto I
The Kindergarten taught by Mrs.S. Bunnell whore be took Mrs. Emma I ) .I eye glasses. Reward if / : '
week-end prevailing "n Pullman C. A. Futch. Btarke. ILl : 1I
Dickerson to spend the .
,--- F. Hamrick closed last Friday children returned sleeper And this will be prelim- __- __ _.. ._ ___._ .___ _. I II r 7cS I I t, i rprlL 1
with her They j
The exercises given by I 1
i">on, Mrs. W. R. morning.: j I pounds---15c
little folks from 11 to 12 o'clock home Sunday: night. nary to operation of t..o8C motor >FOR SALE Crop implements ;t \ Florida Sides Ih. fi
v' n. Fred spent the the and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Godwin and cars on short runs such for Instance stock and tease on place for a''i I
the mothers
G. tid with Jlr. anJi was attended by 'I children of Raiford spent Sunday as might profitably be In- year or longer. Sacrifice price t t I '

I r. friends. with her parents, Mr. and :Mrs. U. auguraJeU from Archer: to Jacksonville Inquire at & R. Johns store. .- ''II ; I I'I '

R. Reddish.Mr. by way of Waite, Otarke, 15-2t LARD r MEAL GRITS t ri
,,.' .. Spring Special Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and daugh-. and Mrs. II. R. Sapp were Lawtey and DaMwIn and on the __ I I or .

'" 3 for $1.60. Our ters, atlsxes! Mary and'Madge, Mrs.T. K visiting in Starke Tuesday. other mate HIM from Ocala to FOP RENT--First floor Ilputt -"'; i 3 pounds 20c I l
J. ,
? ; -.u" It inulir N. Limbaugh and Mrs. all1 1 :
offering. J..ckllcDv1Ue. second floor with

:'a Hoover Bros. Futch were Mrs.o1.guests. C. Stith Saturday In Jack-of this Miss week Louise in Starke Thede with Is her spending aunt That may be the answer to the _conveniences on with large private i '' l 8 Ib. Pail .. 60f l 10 pounds r' 17cTrue lI I I'I'i I' t { R
mils It. HOOVER Rev add
u Mrs. D. E. KnightClearwaterBridge bus competition. And it would porch. Mm. llamrlek 8. Walnut I i JJ Ib. can $3.00 .
)I tirke, Fla. sonville. probably be effective la the light of Street, Starke. its

1'. 'W and daughter I Mrs.-W.:--J. Epperson motored and to Mrs.Val- ion Creek near Sunset over Point St'even, may- this A-JU'-I! recent mean getting performance"t I ,ad a for Pull it I CoL George D. Freeman- :-:Jr. : Love Heat P.otatoe- I'I'i ii Is

111I '(;lalnesvllle spent I George Anderson be widened. man-built motor at the GaiD..lIe8tation regular army officer, assigned Irish E E'I
Mrs. Ep- '
ke and the State dosta Wednesday to see I and< getting off In Jack- the Florida National Guard as sen i FLOUR241k i

IT I i.kr 13.T person's brother :Mr. B. M. Knight Sebring-o. L Shoemakers of sonville in little mere than one for Instructor, was In Starke Tuesday "
-' who la a patient at Little and Griffin I I II comfortable minus the local i 10 pounds.1St
Highlands Refrigeration Co., formally hour after a trop night to inspect n 'moK T' John' Mrs. R. F. Hospital. opened redecorated showroom. the hazards of highway\! traffic. Guard Company. I - 55c12Iis.
Mrs. J. C. Robinson Seaboard U to I
I -.- In any event the
r J .ksonvllle Mrs. W. Middlcton and daughters initiative. WANTED Reliable man to succeed j '
Park Rollins
bI Monday Winter College be commended: for its
ip -o day. Misses Madge and Hazel were |dedicated Knowles Memorial ChapeL Apparently the Seaboard official : O. J. Murrhee as Rawlelgh (: ) r r 30c lemons, doz. 17c i I '

visitors in Jacksonville Saturday. do not propose to wait for the Dealer in Bradford county. SellIng -

kr's' '- r :' :h who is connected Mrs L.. E. Dowling, Mrs. Middle- e inevitable end should present traf- experience unnecessary. Everything .
l'thh' 'h Farm was a visitor ton's mother returned with, them :a.ra.Uaon'alter: Davenport fic conditions be allowed to con furnished except car I

y ad = Mr and Mrs T. N. after a week's visit here. erecting filling station on Madison tinue. Frequent and speedy ser- Splendid opportunity for hustler i Milk 4 cans 25cCorned Beef 15c I I f
kC r :.f Bellvllle road.Klaslmmee vice under delightful travel conditions. to step Into a permanent and

': ,. ... Special Spring Photo. The"ECLIPSE" -H .. wUl bring back to the rail profitable bUIIln_. Write W. TRawlelgh : Peas 4 cans CHEESE, lb. 17c I '
Ir. and children of If you mica this It' -- Tentative plans for lines most of the business that is Co. Dept. 527, Memphis -

e 111 it Monday and will be just; too bad. 3 for |1SO. beautification of grounds around now being handled by tbe buses Tenn. 4-22-31 [ Coffee, 2 Ibs. 25c Tomatoes, 2 cans -. 15c I Ir Ir
'. this bargain. Federal building being received. i !
.z' b Barents Mr. and You will never beat new
Cr, tot1s HOOVER BROS. STUDIO Starke, r Oct. Soap 2 bars 5c SALT, 2 pkgs. 5c
-e .- STEAM PRESSING>> CO.. Suits :

C.. Ilazel ls Tent 11 I ,a Ileti ee,n.spent of F.the S. Fla.BrooksvUle__Albaret____Skaefe_ improving property About: 2,000 extending feet of ocean northwardfrom front PHONE> 52 DRY CLEANERS Cleaned j'I! Sweet Soap, 3 bars lOc OCONUT, PkO.. 5c i t, xIk

.ed road Lake Worth Casino sold for Reshaped I
hf !)parents Dr. and store on Spring Lake J. Frank Thoman Prop. .
w.p!, Middl $5OOOOO-Palm Beach: Sun. 1, .. .. ._J
ton. n South BrooksvUle. ---- -- ----- -- -


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PAGE !FIX ___ ____ rnt\DFOnD COUNTY TELEGRAPH_ ___-__.___ STARKK.. FLORIDA. ,_ FRIDAY' APRIL 2:j, 1032 :
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/-// Club Boys And And the Worst;t i is Yt-t to Come-' PRICE OF BERRIES t
FARM National CampFor 1 VOLUME
t l Weekly from flume DnxMtr. INCREASES

lion Specialist, TallahasseeFRUITJVICE -
outstanding leadership In 4- IUJ.IUO'II<'"""" "" 'U"'I'"UJI, Plant City, Apr. 19.-Nlckif or

Conducted By II club work, two Florida boys and rlea made their advent on the local

G two glrli will be given free tripsto strawberry yard yesterday and .
I.. T. DYER, County Agent COOKIESUse
the National Club Camp in dications pointed to an early
1.2 butter or shortening, !
1 !MISS!' I'E.VJIL JORDAN, Home Demonstration AgentState Washington, D. C, this summer. 1 cup, 1 1.. lemon ))4OTWJ. nation of the strawberry movement
sugar egg cup
This Is the sixth annual camp, and out of here for this season
Juice 1.4 cup orange juice, 2 1-2 BOMBAYautos "utslde
will be held on the grounds of the the peddler or refer movement

Institutions Economical Feeding United States Department of Ag- powder.cups flour, and 4 teaspoons baking ? '=.:.=: which may continue on till.
riculture, June 1 -21. ___ time yet. While\ buyers
; Will Buy Supplies And lJlallagemellfoofIJairy Cream together butter or shortening a Winning girls, as announced by I. no way be definite as to what
Grown in Florida Herds Needed and sugar. Add! beaten egg __ ---: they
Miss Flavia Glcason, state home ? ; -- will\ do this week, It was quit
y yi + demonstration agent, are Martha I and mix well. Combine orange .= erally conceded that in all probai

:i The Board of Commissioners of Faced with a surplus' productionof Brleso of Kacambla county and and! lemon juice and add to first rds : billty the carlot movement Will

4 State Institutions la planning to fluid milk, Florida dairymen Ruth Ansley of Marlon county. mixture alternately with flour wound up the middle of the be

purchase a large part of the food should give serious considerationto Both have been In 4-H club work which bas been sifted with baking ,Dr Some buyers Indicated thai week.
Chill and roll out thin they
and feed supply for these Institutions economical feeding and manage- for several years, and have done powder. very would probably buy tomorrow
t from Florida farmers/ who ment of their cows, says Hamlin excellent leadership work. on floured board, adding more 1 Wednesday and still and

d have a surplus for Bale This la an L. Brown, extension dairyman He Ralph Arant of Santa Rosa and flour if necessary. Cut in plain or that they would others Indicated .
in an cites the following results obtained fancy shapes with cookie cutter. conclude
emergency measure Herbert Fritz of Palm Beach coun- buying activities
today It
r to relieve the present by the Louisiana Experiment Bake In moderate oven ((350 degrees til de.
effort help ty are the boys selected for the pends largely It Is
unsatisfactory marketing situa Station as being of Interest to trip, according to an announce- F.) 12 to 15 minutes. to whether or not aa
(" tlon. Florida! dairymen ment by R. W. Blacklock, state I Orange Nut Bread bring In berries for the low will
Detail of the plan were perfected Results for two years with cows boys club agent. Ingredients: 2 cups bread flour, prices
will be
buyers able
at a conference of representatives on pasture and roughage with lit- Ralph has been in 4-H club 2 teaspoons salt, 1-2 cup sugar, 2 ; Louisiana to offer with

of the state Institutions In the tle or no grain Indicate that their work for nine years and Herbert cups milk, 1-2 cup pecan meats, 2 week. coming In heavy this

offices of the Agricultural Extension production Is about 61 percent of for seven years. In addition to cups Graham flour, 4 teaspoons yI I

Y ; Service here. that of cows on pasture and a full carrying from one to four projects baking powder, 1.2 cup candied I .r Fifty out cars of berries were forwarded .

( The conference was called by grain ration. Assuming good pas each year, such as raising corn orange peel, 1 egg. I of'Louisiana last Saturday .
and inidcatlons
:j Nathan Mayo, commissioner of agriculture ture and a milk price of $2.00 per pigs, gardens, and ornamental Mix ingredients thoroughly and C were that the

and WAS attended by Mr. cwt. or above grain should be fed plants, these boys have been leaders sprinkle two tablespoons of the number would be in the neighborhood .

,j,' !, Mayo, T. Ed Bryan, purchasing liberally at present feed prices. As in their clubs and counties. flour over nuts and orange peel. of 100 car last night, accordIng -

} t agent fur the state institutions; L. the price of milk drops from $2.00 Herbert[ was president! of the Lake Beat egg till light and add to milk. to word from there. Louisiana

M. Rhodes, and L. It. Lewis of the per cwt, less grain can be fed eco- Worth Club, the first in the stateto Then pour over dry Indreglents berries sold at from 11 to U cents

State Marketing Bureau; L. F. nomically. Where the price is be- meet all the requirements and stirring and beating the mixture the pint Saturday. Plant City average

Chapman of the state prison farm; low $1,20 per cwt., the most eco- be Issued charter. smooth. Last add the floured nuts I for the day was 7 1.2 cents.
j; W. C. Thomas of the state hospital nomical production Is obtained The home demonstration agents and orange peel. Pour into two ... Starting oft yesterday morningat
and P. from and! oiled bread tins and about 6 cents the pint, the
( at Chattahoochee, A. Spen cows on good pasture who have trained the winning girls bake 45 minutes price

i cer, W. J. Sheely and J. Lee Smith roughage.It are Miss Ethel Atkinson In Escam- in a SSO degree F. oven. around noon slumped here under a
Extension Ser found that at Salad C }-v I 1. heavy incoming volume of fruit
i } of the Agricultural was present bla and Miss Tlllte Roesel In Marion Grapefruit ( .-:=
?' vice. f farm *.i.,Ices *-\f- feed .If. fatexclusive -----. $1873:: John O. Hudson is county Use 2 tablespoons gelatine, 1-4 --- -- and Indications were that the aver
r- Institutions of cost of tc cold age for the day would be about 5
the water 1-2
< il The state use several pasture, agent in Santa Rosa and M. U. cup cup boiling water
thousand< pound of meat ands raise dairy calves to six: months of Mounts in Palm Beach. 3 tablespoons lemon juice, 1 analysts would be 3 percent ammonia . 1-2 cents the pint, the price goingas

,, other food and feed products each age. The cost/!! to raise them to one cup sugar, 3 cups grapefruit pulp ,i 6.5 percent phosphoric acid, I low as S cents the pint.
t month. Mr. Bryan Is willing to year and to first calving was $29.42 LAWN IN FRONT AIm and juice (fresh or canned), 1-2 5 percent potash. ( The season's forwardings out of

purchase these from Florida producers and $4978, respectively. When ADDS ATTRACTIVENESSTO cup pecan meats. e TlM Veto* oIl'1Ntda" Plant City through last week were

4 provided a satisfactory planof whole milk Is sold Instead of butterfat HOME IN FLORIDA Soak gelatine in cold water 5 TREATMENT FOR CUKE VINES brought to 15,319,906: pints and

+ assembling, grading and shipping the cost is approximately: minutes, then dissolve In boiling The Manhattan Produce Exchange estimated returns to growers to an

il, }i r ix evolved, And provided the doubled. Good heifer calves have (By Spuds Johnson.) water. Add sugar and cool. Add : recommends the use of a The following interesting talks approximate 159085782.

M I products are of good quality and been raised at the North Louisiana A lawn is a mighty fine t'llng lemon pulce grapefruit juice and 'copper lime spray as the best method have been scheduled for the Florida 0

; meet the requirements of tbe Ink Station, Calhoun/ when the calves to have around the house either In pulp, and nuts. Let stand until of preventing what Is known as farm hour over radio station Bradenton Bobble Brollier'i

k stitutions. were fed liberally with grain and the country or in the city. Time mixture begins to thicken, mix: well "rust" on cucumber vines. To obtain WRUF next week. The farm hour Service Station to open soon on

Under the plan adopted at the sklmmllk powder as a substitute was when the rural housewife did and turn into individual molds dip. the best results with this spray comes from 12 to 12:45.: EST each 8th Avenue and 14th street Pen-

? conference, the Extension Service for most of the whole milk. not think she had an attractive ped first In cold water. .Chili un- It Is necessary tp begin using: it noon. ton and Mathis, contracting firm,

and State Marketing Bureau will The ,value of the dry feed per rent yard unless the main part oft til firm. When ready to serve, early and apply It regularly durIng Sat., April 23-Florida farm received $87,249 contract for con

')S S ti arrange sales days, on which pro cow replaced by pasture at Louisiana was kept bare of vegetation, except turn from molds onto Grips lettuceon the growing season of the crop. news and hints. Farm editorial struction of bridge over Shoal

duce will be assembled in quantity State University during the for a few shrubs and flower Individual plates and serve with For the first spray mixture they snapshots. river, between Crestview and Val-

lots at convenient loading( points. past three years was $51.37, $40.04 plants, and swept religiously once mayonnaise dressing. (Make the recdmmend the use of 3 1-3 lbs. of Mon, April 25: -Culling and Im- parlso.
P, It will be Inspected and shipped a t week. However, the back break. Bluestone .
and $30.13 respectively. The cost salad and dressing the day before (copper sulphate) and 6 proving Dairy Herds-Hamlin L.
direct to the different Institutions I of food per pound of butterfat dur- Ing work of wielding the old and keep In the refrigerator.) ba.. of Hydrated Lime. This spray Brown. Palm Beach Pan-American I
The Institutions involved are the "brush broom" Is giving to the Is Engineering & Construction Co..
prepared by mixing the Blue-
the time has
I ing same averaged19r Tues., April 26-Saving the
v State Hospital, Industrial Schools task of mowing the lawn.A granted charter to engage In engineering -i
lens when the cows were on APPLY FERTILIZER AND stone in 25 gallons of water and I House from Termites-J. R. Wat-
for Boys and Girls, College for pasture In the summer than In green lawn adds a great deal MANURE SEPARATELY} dissolve the Hydrated Lime In t son. Farm Question Box. and construction business.
Women A, & M. College, State to the attractiveness of a place, andIt
S winter. When the grass was clip- PROCEDURE: EXPLAINED gallon of water, which is stirred Wed, April 27-Common Paints
1 Farm Farm Colony, University of ped monthly, the yield of hay per is possible to have a green lawn Into a paste. The paste Is then and Lacquers. M. Thronson. Miami Beach Announcement I!

Florida, and State Road Depart- acre for the .last two years has all year in Florida. St. Augustineand Mixing fertilizer materials with mixed with 25 gallons of water, af- Primer for Town Farmers. made recently by Josephine Fin-
b 1D.\ of to build club-
in ennt. averaged 11,330 pounds at Baton centipede' are the main lawn manure of any kind Is a difficult ter which the two stock solutions Thurs., April 28-The Farm ney, plans
hotel at coat of
Rouge. The grass hay made in grasses, the former being subjectto job and unnecessary, according to should be poured together and applied Price Situation-Dr. C. V. Noble. .$300,000.
t ; IN ANNUAL HORTICULTURISTS SESSION ATI'NIVEKSIXY March from a pasture containingwhite attacks by chinch bugs and the Dr. R. W. Ruprecht, chemist with by the use of a high pressure Spuds Johnson visits the County Jacksonville Wood Preserving J

Sa clover, Bermuda and Dallla latter being subject to occasional the Florida Experiment Station A spray machine for best results. For Agent. Co char-
j !'! OF FLORIDA Manufacturing granted j
grass contained from 20 to 25 per- browning down by cold weather in much better procedure, he !said! Is the second and all additional spraysuse FrI., April Importance of ter to manufacture paints, etc.

-- cent protein; that made In August the winter. Italian rye grass sow- to apply the manure as Is, record- the above method with the -exception Clean Range for Chicks and Pul -_ _. H _
i Horticulturists from all
the parts contained! from 9 to 12 percent. ed right on top of the regular lawn Ing the amount used per acre or that 4 Iba. of Bluestone is lets-Norman R. Mehrhof Fumigating -
state In
are gathered Gainesville Hay made from pasture of ryegrass grass will provide a green grass per tree, and then supplement this used Instead of the 3 1-2 lbs/!! for the House Rat-Carlyle
} this week atteunOIng the annual and clover In January confined i for the winter, and it will die down with a separate application of commercial It is also that the cucumber Carr.
meeting of the State Horticultural -
when hot weather comes on.
approximately 26 percent fertilizer. crop will be infested from time to
Society at the University of protein. More grain protein should Spring Is the time of year when Poultry manure contains about 2 time I with worms or Aphids (little

Florida. The meeting began Tuesday ie fed In late summer than In the the lawn needs a little special at- percent ammonia, 1.S percent phosphoric green lice) and to control these Insects -

'1' evening. April It), and will spring. Nitrogen and phosphate entlon.. If it contains Italian ryegrass acid, and 5 percent potash. for the worms add! one lb. of A GOOD INTENTION

:''i d clone Thursday night. The state fertilizers had no effect on the yield ; this should be kept mowed. Most stable or lot manure will con Arsenate of Lead to the Copper IS A PROMISE FOR A TOMORROW
rose show and annual session of
nr composition of hay produced This prevents the lawn from haying tain about .5 :percent of each of Lime solution and for the Aphidsthe THAT N CVCR COMES.

the Florida Rose Society are being from pastures on alluvial land. an unkempt appearance and these elements. It is easy to fig. best control Is to spot spray' t I
st 1 held In connection with' the horticultural
: -.- the permanent grasses from being ure the amount of fertilizer need plants that are infested with this
rf, 1 society's meeting. PROIH'CTION EGO Injured. The clippings should! be ed
t remembering that the percen Insect, with Black Leaf Forty, :
j+ The program for the week has CONTEST IN SLIGHT left on the lawn.
tage figure means that many which can be obtained from any
lei 1 consisted of discussions of numerous DltOP DURING MICH Also now Is a good time to fertilize pounds of that element per hundred Agricultural Supply House. It is
+ 4 topics of interest to horticul- the lawn and it witha
topdrcss pounds. not necessary to spray the entire
fs turists throughout the state, but Egg production! at the Florida little soil Two or three pounds Suppose you would normally use crop for the Aphids but only such

citrus naturally centering largely around! National Egg Laying Contest slowed of a potash and four or five poundsof 1 ton per acre of a 5-7-3 fertilizer, plants as are infested with this ,

liw; a Addresses up during March for the first a phosphate fertilizer should be but you have 1 ton of poultry ma- pest. These plants can easily be a An important matter like tafurance ,
Oy Dr. John J. Tlgert, time In the history of the contest applied to each 1,000 feet of I
,. square nure available. Apply It to the picked out by the fact that the ,which protect
president of the University of Flor- your
Ida, and Spessard but production to date la still-- ahead- lawn about once a year. Now is a acre and it will furnish 20 (hundred leaves begin getting curly and It home your business and TOUT

t I of Bartow Judge L. Holland of the records a yes.r ago, accordIng good time to do that. Then the pounds In a ton) times 2 (per. Is necessary to get the Black Leaf credit,deserve*prompt ttcndon. .

.4 .1:y' session featured the opening to the monthly report Just Issued lawn should receive an applicationof cent Ammonia), or 40 pounds of Forty on the underside of the -

; i' ',,"' Tuesday. evening. by E. F. Stanton, supervisor. two or three pounds of sulphateof ammonia. Also, It would furnish leaves as well as the upper side. If you had a fir* tonight" a

: 'u' i. COOPER,1TlVEG.AINSg''hk Artificial lights are being used this ammonnla or nitrate of soda 20 times 1.S, or 30 pounds of phos I 'would you be completely j
\1 year for the first time, and they about once a month. It shouldbe phone acid, and 20 times .5, or 10 protectedJbc / '" ,

t if: -- have resulted in higher records watered regularly, pounds of potash. You need 5 tIme _
Jpfur (b
} Colorado's 35 cooperative mar per DR. R. \V. MARTIN to > TOMHAROLD
during the winter months and! If these done and the I
con- things are cent ammonia or 100 pounda ((5
keting associations did
itt1': J" : a gross sequently a lower March produc! lawn is kept watered it should times 20)). -Likewise you need 140 DENTIST
', business of more than 922,000,000 C. WALL
.# : i' and showed! a combined Increase In tion. soon be growing and attractive. pounds of phosphoric acid and 100 Phone S3 Hears t to 9
I Leading pens for March were The Experiment Station at pounds of potash. INSURANCE
J JV;\ membership of more than thirty Over Corpenlng'a Drug Store
those owned by W. A Seidel, San Gainesville has issued a bulletin Thus, after adding the manure
fi.'i''i ""f: ': per cent during the past year, according Antonio Texas; W. A. Downs, Romeo ((209)) on lawns which tells how to you will need 00 pounds of ammonia STARKE. FLORIDA

( to figures compiled in Mich.; and Marshal Farm, start them as well aa how to keep 110 pounds of phosphoric
:'J' --
6 ; .' March by J. J. Tobin Colorado Mobile, Ala. Pens with highest to- them going. It8\ good, and can acid and 00 pounds of -h.--Di J Your opportunity to put on
state director
1 of
i sales
activities of the
'K .f,nit' associations months are owned by W. K., Pylon, i ii will get the analysis of the fertilizer Strawberry Plants of Tires at
lj' farm now Include nearly all types of Maysvllle, Ky.; M. Welscholek During Its 12 years of operation that must be used, plus the Quality LOWEST PRICES
y produce The
list of
"e ) Jacksonville; and Bailey Farm, Mi the Citrus Experiment Station at ton of manure, to equal a tan of 5-

.9 Iw\: "' .' ;1 sugar handled beets Include grain, beans" ami. Lake Alfred has attracted wide at- 7-5: pe racre. In this example the We have fine River Bottom grown berry plants EVER KNOWN I ItSET l lC lI

vegetables, turkeys, ention. Besides! the thousands of state certified and fine
j $ milk creamery products" onions Dust the lawn with finely ground Florida growera who have visited 0) L ,,_... .... 1 as grown. Missionary Improved -

; potatoes wool seed potatoes melons tobacco dust to control the chinch It C, the registration book shows vis- Klondike 1000 $2.25; 5000 $11; 10,000, OUR I

':i ,::1. fruit, livestock. and poultry. bug. For more details write the (tore from Cuba, the Philippines, $20. Blakemore new and fine, very productive

h (.- Spray with4110 bordeaux Florida Experiment Station I India, Africa Japan China, Australia ATLAS earlier than Missionary or Klondike, twice as
peppers pro-
\I' ) .! .4 Gainesville for press bulletin 409. Spain and all of the citrus
I \'' with nicotine sulphate In it growing states In the United ductive. 1000, $3; 5000, $13; 10,000, $25. Buy your
; to control !
/ leaf and
spot the
No matter how cheap an article States. The Standard Oil plants through my agents Brownlee Bros., Starke
:r;;,l(4\ F Florida Experiment Station recoml la It is not New
bargain unless it Is
: l{;:'" s, mends. needed.; G. \V. Roberts, Lawtey. If you can't see one of

i'.A' ;; -- 1 Tire Guaranteed them order direct, but be sure to buy our quality Low

A clean, worm-free range Is Important Plant City 613, 2pints plants. Catalog free for asking. We
,(;.1 for growing chick and strawberries shipped from, here One YearFrigidaire : can- ship Pricesll!
day now want
ptilleta any you plants.
.In, recent six-day: period. N.
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-Without Calomel year guar. OrmlM39x4.4021 rich P n
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_'[ dloC It)j.... 4_ to u...bomb.CM A touch of enchantment..the silky/ never know how gooda 38x4.75-19 3-I 4.n

v in the Morning Rarin'to Go .blat np you *to scb.. You &.*. a smooth pearly appearance so easily cigar can be until you 39x5.00-19 5.3C fx3

11 3 thick,fed tart Md year brwth !I.foul,aIda and quickly! rendered to Complex. 30a3.0e5.45
If you feel sour and sunk and the oJUo ...... rut la blwaUhM. You hodch lon.../ rms..Shoulders and Hands. For sale have smoked a .; zo.saw.ca '-.L_..
stand looks
punk,don'twallow a lot ...end you IM dorsal ovt.You whole
id'' I: .4 salts mineral water oil, Uutativa system Ia po..D.. [. race powders lust cover. Oriental TUNE IN .

? candy or chewing gum and expect It lulu*UMM food oMCARTERIUTTIJDLTVXR : Cream Beautifies. Start to-day. WASft' Goodyear Radio Prol&taP'&

them to main you suddenly tweet FILLS to t*lb..&wo pooafa of btU. Wed. Sat.
; and buoyant and full of sunshine, Smith's Service
r flowing r-q..4.auk*you tal"up tad um" ORIENTAL
ryi'; + For they can't do It.. They only I They ..&aI. wonderful. li rtnl. .. g.nn.sewbi. % Register Motor Co.
2e move the bowels and a mere movement t U utraotif. woe It mew to +CREAM! MORE N09 PHONE: J05Louifls
doesn't get at the cause The .. _
p' ,4 making u. bU flow rarir. OOUMAUDt I StationStarke t
t reason for your do -nd-out feeling But do.' uk lor U...pair Art for C.r.'. whaw.pt..ti .r Delightfully Ml 1LD Stalls

la your liver. It should pour out two Little Lint Pills.took for the MUM C....... aaca.l an..... Service

pound of!liquid! bile Into your bowel Uttl U.. Ptlto.n UM. nd kbU Reset a e Sf4 lot for TRIAL SIZX Fla. /. Lewis Cigar Mfg. Co. Newark N. PHONE 83
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and do good; so ahalt thou dwellin conversion, we should be looking r .
the. land and verily thou shalt for Christ' coming. Tallnhasnee-' Act passed by the
be fed. 1031 state legislature require complete I'
Commit thy way unto the Lord; METHODIST--- News of Florida in Short Paragraphs / registration of all voters before ;

trust also In him; and he aha! Sunday school 10 a. m. the June Democratic primary I, !

bring it to pass.-Psalm 37-: 3, 5. Morning: sermon, 11 a. m. In Eucarobla, PlnellHs, Polk and k r

ru ward is a i lamp ute tcj feet, mi a Egtt site ay prtk-Pah 119105.: April 23 Young People's meeting/ 7: p. m. Hardee R. A. Cray counties Mid, Secretary today The of State act I' t 1''.
Safe From all Evil: The Lord Evening sermon 8 p. m. !

11'tnr dnf Jr ll.l'l. All religious teaching, doctrine or shall preserve thee from all evil; Will you meet us where you reerecorded :- [ LIVE STATE NEWS relating Polk counties to Escambla, Plnvllas and I I ;

I ( Q creed, if they are to have any claim be shall preserve thy soul-Psalm your vows? At the Methodist require registrationevery
tbe love, loyalty thedChrlattwwho the pep *, must be in harmony with 121: 7. church and not with your rad four yenrn. Gray said. Statutes
jh teachings of Jesus o word fit into every fold and crevinen'fthe April 21 enacted prior to lt>31 require ,
I human heart, and of whom It was" ) said in John'1:"5,"NEVER MAN The Io.v'e biennial registration In election _
Joy of the Believer: Be gladIn need each other's presence I
LIKE THIS MAN. TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES precincts located wholly or !
SPAKE partly
the Lord, and rejoice ye right and support while we,try to maintain '
Pastors of Bradford and Union countle are invited to use this department eous; and shout for Joy, all ye the places of worship here In In cities of 20,000 population or 1') ')<
new. of church activities, orgsuileatlon and announce- that I more, he added t
are upright in heart.-Psalm Starke. Our local religious problems ITalJR.hJullCI.The
manta space freely given and no charge made -the only requirement 32: 11. will not be solved by New Fernandina Charged with fatally -i Identified the body of the boy killed .. .__ ,j
tht, such Item reach this office before Wednesday morning shooting his wife, Mildred, ; In the automobile accident state Florida
bring April 23 York ministers over radio when of !:
oNrrw9ss, ." they cannot be handled for current Issue. A Great during an altercation at a fishing questioned the poiuiblllty that hereafter will y
Prayer-Let not them their hours happen to be ours in buy produce I t'i',
,sorr :: that wait on thee, 0 Lord God of our local program. Let.us have a camp near here, Kent Ilagan, 27,I Stevens could be at St. Petersburg I seafood and other table sup- p '' 't

I II would enjoy a quarrel between Ab- hosts, be ashamed for my sake; let conscience in the matter of church today was bound over for grand pile from Florida citizen whenever ,,' -
SUNDAY SCHOOL I II ram and Lot. Those were some of Jury action. Tallahassee Attorney Genera! \
not those that seek thee be confounded attendance. What Is your excuse? possible. Aimed at giving f
I LESSON I II IL the tribes which Joshua drove out for my sake, 0 God of Shall we meet at some of the place. e Cary D. Landi today ruled that practical farm relief to the Florltl : :

I I 1 I.. of the land nearly five hundred Israel.-Psalm 69: 6. of worship In our city Sunday Mlami--Frank WUhon and William college students who desire to vote farmer, a resolution wa passed, by 'i 71'

L___ i years later. The quarrels among April 26 morning and evening. Bethel negroes, were safe at In the June Democratic primary the board of commissioners of ,

FOR APRIL :U, 1933: I the herdsmen were over the pastures Praise God: Sing praises to God. home today following! recu. at sea must go to their home counties state Institution directing the purchasing '

and the wells of water for sing praises: sing praises unto our PUESBYTKRIA.N! today, following their rescue at sea and personally register there if bureau to buy from Florida i I ::1
Abram's Generosity to their stock.In 10 from the slowly sinking fishing they are not registered properly.The producer and 1
Subject King, sing pralsea.-Psalm 47': 6. a. m. Sunday school J. )I. growers If possible
quarrels between children boat In which they drifted helplessly opinion was given In replyto for the i
of April 27 Truby supt. Supplies prison farm, the I I;
Lot.Golden Text: "In honor preferring neighboring families, the parents Abundantly Satisfied: 0 Cod! the 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon for two day. an Inquiry about college students hospital for the Insane, the Industrial :', '

one !another." Rom. 12:10. will become enemies, if the causes children of men take refuge under by the pastor. registering by matt The attorney school for boy and girls. the j

Leison Text: Genesis 13:8-13.: of the quarrels are'not removed. the shadow! of thy wings. They 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor. Topic Fort Lauderdale-Two mandamus general said the state law farm colony for the feeble minded, I;

Time !and Place of Lesson: About So, "Abram said unto Lot, Let shall be abundantly satisfied with "Opportunities for Life Invest writs 'Issued In circuit court requires personal appearance! for the tiwtlutton cf higher Iramtng J,

j900 B C., Cannan. there be no strife, I pray thee, be- the fatness of thy house.-Psalm ment. Leader, Ina Forsyth. against the city of Fort Lauderdale registration. and 24 state road department prison -
total of such
the : action -
Introduction: "It was possible to tween me and thee, and betweenmy 36: 1.8. No evening preaching service on brings camp will be bought in thU ':
become rich In Abraham's day, herdman and thy herdmen; for April 28 account of the baccaleaurate: ser to nine, seven of which were Tampa. The first\ hundred years way, The stale institution will .;;

even as it Is now but of course the we be brethren. Is not the whole More Than Conquerors: All vice at the high.school auditorium. filed in circuit court and two in are by no means Ute hardest' according continue to produce: a* much flJOfi 1.

conditions were different There land before thee? Separate thyself, things work together for good to Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 federal courts. The Equitable Securities to Mrs. Martha Week, stuffs a* potuilbtA/ but the aoJdlUCIfI' 1, '

were no great stock markets wheremen I pray thee, from me: If thou wilt them that love God. If Cod be for p. m. corporation of Nashville.filed who registered here for an election. nl purchases will go to Florida }' I'

could gamble for their wealth. take the left hand, then I will go us, who can be against us? Who A cordial Invitation to all our Teun., In one of the petitions Incredulous when she MM' she was farmer, th* resolution Dutlln_
There were no great monopolies of to the right; or if ,thou depart to shall separate us from the love of services extended to all. today Is suing for payment of 953,* 104 the election: demanded and got t t+

industry Some men In those days the right hand, then I will go to the Christ? Shall tribulation or distress -- I 200 past due on coupons. documentary proof that Mrs. West Palm DeathTimber fir.. i. #
rich by conquest, but not i left. famine MINGSLEV BAPTIST became or. persecution or or I E. Johnston In- swept over acres of the Ij!I
Barttrw- Jo
all the wealthy obtained their "Quarrels between kinsmen are nakedness, or peril, or sword? Nay, There will be services Sunday at dicted for < the eph murder of T., A. Flu., on August 4, 1827. "1 tend partly/ nettled district. twelve i.": ::1\

riches In that way. It could be especially deplorable and are likely In all these things we are more Kingsley Lake Baptist church at Lakeland officer.pleaded my own garden, my chickens, my rnllr southwest of hake Worth, d*> t t't:'
done by honest, faithful planning. to be more bitter than other : than conquerors through him that 10 o'clock after baptism, preachIng NlchoUon. police hogs, my orange grove on my :2O .Rtroylng much valuabf" timber and '. ii.

patient toil and careful guarding of quarrels. They should be quelled 1 loved us.-Romans 8: 28, 31, 35. 37. by Rev. R. A. Blancbard. Dinner guilty trial.when Johnston arraigned acre farm" she told< him. two: vacant: dwelling, according !'' ;
without Jury pleaded
what was accumulated. Job Secured at the very beginning, and the best --e I on ground at 12 o'clock. Jack- guilty under Section 714 of the o reports. brousrbt here today by; '..t.:1.:

his wealth honestly, for God of all ways is Abram's way cf MeVENTII DAY ADVENTIST I sonville Baptist Brotherhood will Florida-laws which provide that Orlando Samuel H. Bartielt A. I). McCormick a resilient. of e,. ,I
says of him that he was 'perfect frank and friendly discussion, face convene at 1:30: at which time a Miami was one of nine drlrgitte- that are*. McCormick: said te .1 f' /
the court can bear the testimonyand
and upright and one that feared to face. Abram knew that he and The World's Convention I well spoken brethren will speak on at-large to the national Republican acre of hit own timber bad t>rrmlentrnyed \ ', .
sentence where the defendant
God and eschewed evil. He had Lot would in time take up the quar- (Conclusion) second coming of ChrUt Also some pass confesses his guilt on arraignment. convention elected: at the party ( and that be had barely ,f i :

7WO sheep 3.000 camels, l.OOOI rel of their servants. How few 15. While making these war IJpec.LalllOng1l will be given. Every- convention here last Tu_Jay. The mwc

I oxen, and 500 asses and a very there are now, in the sunlight of preparations, what are men saying -i body welcome. Come and bring delcgates-at-largo/ are: John r.Harr' HAM the flame apparently" h4en ', !t. '""

great household. Abraham was an- the gospel, who are Abram's equals ? "They have healed also the basket. '*. Palm Reach; Alien P.:. Walker ,. cheeked by drainage canals ; dafter I

other man of the same type. He in magnanimity, generosity, and hurt of the daughter" of my people J. L. Sllcox. Clerk Winter Haven-.-Lloyd Jenkins, Winter lUven; II. U Pryor, raging for several daya United j

Menu to have been born with good piety who for Jehovah's sake, slightly, saying Peace, peace, when C1.aaa'e RP.aTMp 25, an employe of a Bartow Motor Tampa; Mrs. Edith McCrath Ht. Ht&t." Sugar' Company tfIC'.1 i ir:

business judgment. When be and for the sake of brotherhood, there Is no peace." Jer. 6:14. .rt ear sae Class .f circ'n Company and former Winter Haven Petersburg; Gladnton: Brattle, flt. dated report that muck fire had .r ,,

struck out for himself In & strange will suffer any earthly loss to avoid I 16. But does not the Bible aay Court *,...a and account far Brsdf.re of T.a*.C aa.-_t y.riorK *. business man died today noon Petersburg; J. I nxnard flepu. >fre, destroyed 20OO acre of can OIl 'ein. .. "

country he prospered until the record strife! Members of the same family that the heathen are to be given to I .4 tar .h. rear l'l*,, in the Winter Haven General Hos- Palm Reach; B. R. Cloco, Miami; eompAdy's plnntatloti arouse : ;$

says of him that! he was very neighbors, members of same the Lord an Inheritance? "Ask C. Htrk A. Knlr'. PIa.'. tae April y... 1I pital from Injuries received in an Samuel H. Bartlett Miami: and J. Lake Oke ch(>h_ but said large !i''+! S

rich In cattle In silver, and in gold.' 1 church these certainly are of Me and I shall give thee the C..rr r.._ accident at Auburndale late this 8. HaweMen, Dayton Beach. forces hall been kept busy fighting'!

His stock of gold and silver wouldbe brethren and disputes among them heathen for Thine inheritance and fir To amount bat. tins enL Mar. .1 .71.11412 1,41) M morning. Mr. Jenkins suffered a fires .bUh menaced the lIe""' I

obtained by tranactlona with the are peculiarly shameful. the uttermost parts of the earth I To baL tine Mar. tl- _: 75,222.54: crushed skull and chest when a Jacksonville A paper which They reported! the fire now uo
commercial caravans that passed I i: "Then Lot chose him all the plain for thy possession." Pea. 2:8.: I To bL da rt..Mar.. A. I P."_.lf.r. .UI Tly tractor overturned on him on the Judge DeWitt T. Oray I described in the cultivated NCUe,.. I

through his territory needing the I of Jordan; and Lot journeyed east; 17. What will the Lord do with \ amount ono. -_ -- x410 highway near the Auburndal/ High ILl i "scurrilous and slanderous, to ff their laodtt. 4
To bal -- I,,
products of his herds. i I and they separated themselves the them? "Thou shall break them I C...,,. ..... ..* are4g. this court" was) presented tatty i "
Then today's lesson begins. ]l I one from the other. Abram dwelled with a rod of Iron; thou shalt dash .I .......aaaN sclousnes.Bradentoo. by a Duval county grand Jury, and ilrinJohn" 1 L R"tJlKhmtdc, 'F, ,
"And Lot alao which went with : In the land of Canaan, and Lot Uke I. Tn Hal. doe >l.r. I t.t T.MVr th threatened l to fine the $ Fo
: them in pieces a potter's vessel. II amount r.>l .. 4t( 17 Judge : prominent Quitman, (Is.. mane.
Abraham, had flocks and herds. dwelled in the cities of the plain, ." Verse 9. And out of His mouth To bat da* Mar tl It.7 22* -One of the largest. foreman f'/r contempt of court lecturer, went on trial *ec."nsl

ud tents." Lot was the Son of I and pitched his tent toward Sodom rocth a sharp sword that with it i..T..bal.d""ar.1 Cvmmtr .._IU_ .. U1U sea turtles ever caught In waters when he refused to change: the paper tint 'In circuit court here UxUy for ,

Abram's dead brother Haran But the men of Sodom were wicked He should smite the nations; and Sty amt. "c..L _. M '" surrounding; Manatee county. on the ground It wa Ute action 'the slaying of English n. Smile '
and Abram's 'and sinners before the Lord ex- To bal. due Hue 71 'ZS.<1ewmtr weighing 301< pounds was booked i of .be The Iof d
nephew. Abram was' He shall rule them with a rod of ...._>--_-.! Jury prnnecuting 'I Greenville. Fl* Relllftf'hmMt,
then 75 years old and bad no chil-1 Klinelv.- For the sake of worldly Iron: and He treadeth the winepress To fcalanra due Mar. 1 i.I'U' 42 by a party: of Anna Mart fishermen attorney said he had nothing to drcn. i Lot chose home nr amount r.L u_ IT1 .. today who were In Tamp Bay with the action and
No doubt he had treated Lot goods a among of the fierceness" and wrath To baL due Mar II .7172.12 grand Jury's fcnt nced to sent 20 yearn 1.1 the. 7 Y
u a ion. Each of them bad large I enemies of God. which resulted in of Almighty God. Rev. 19:1: I (eaatr P.'" fishing for grouper, using tight also refused to put the paper "In KlrllA tate prison when his first" c !

socks of sheep, cattle and camels. a disgraced family and destruction Note-How suddenly surprised I.To balanc amt. "coll.et.4 doe l Mar._1.. _- 417Rr lees'_ grouper tackle. A. Farrell. who proper form." Judge Gray kept trial mrtm month ago resulted In ',

Abram and Lot each bad a band of of his own happiness. those who have been preaching To bat
overseers and herdmen. with their Abram gave up bU rights to peace and safety will be when the To baL Total due S.Mar.-..fc I_._l..i__..SJ. ._.r...11.417.21Rr U. was forced to l leave the boat and Jurors cf their oath of mTarapdt rH"'o nuurdcr, lIe wa granted a nw 1

families. They bad kept their avoid a quarrel, but God said to end comes is indicated In the text amt. COIIM* _uh_.__ 147 climb on to the back of the trial by Circuit Judge Hal W ,,1 I d''

flocks separate, though using the i him, "Lift up now thine eyes, and already quoted: "For yourselvesknow To LaL dn....Mar.-....-II. _-_- ll.fllst turtle and sink a gaff into its vitals --Convtetlon more' than a Adam: of llro, who presided .t I!

same pastures. look from the place where thou art: perfectly that the day of the "o hL due M"e. I _. _u 1412.51 before he could subdue It The year ago in Federal court here of the original trial and wa on the "

"And the land was not able to northward and southward and Lord so cometh aa a thief in the BIT amount eoll leered ________ 1213ft sea turtle was slightly' over six Jack Ctn.tt* on a charge of kidnapping beech<<: again today. The elderly '

bear them that they might dwell eastward, and westward; For all : -i.-htFor when they shall say To baL due 4 Mar...._11,..-.4,321.53... feet In length while measuring over George KM, former prohibition '

together: for their substance was the land which thou seeat, to thee I Peace and safety; then sudden destruction To bal amount doe coL Marco" 1 __.___n Ml 14 47Ry 54 33 Inches aeroe Informer, wa upheld by r ;

great, so that they could not dwell will I give It, and to thy seed for cometh upon them. 1 To bal de Mar II _.. __--_ 4111 the United SUt'. Circuit Court ", .' '

together. And there was a strife .ever." It is better to trust God Thess. 523.: AU heedless of the wla.w'. Pee..1- _... .. fit. Petersburg youth who of Appeals at New Orleans) accord-f %
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Tn nal due March 1 JT JFT
between the herdmen of Abram's !and do right. signs of the times and Indifferent amonnt e*,L _?_hn u_ l4.ot said be was Kenneth B. Stevens. Ins; to a transcript of opinion by <.

cattle and the herdmen of Lora I Be careful when you select your to the future, the world win come To baL due ,liar..,.t.11"..,___.___ 2X2 of Canisteo N. Y., called at a localBcwvpaper 'that court received her today. According I d."t KKLA.VTH ?, I

cattle; and the Canaanite and the i.life work not to "pitch your tent up to the day of the Lord unprepared To baL do. Mar I __"f __._ 111 Tl office to deny that he to the evidence presentedat of ; '
Perlzzlle dwelled then In the land." toward Sodom." As a thief In the night. Rr amt. eoj| fa rial. die Mar II ____271e.51Mad
The grazing land not only bad to conning with stealthy, muffled A.. B_.. I.t..._ aaC ...... accident at Miami Saturday Dlpt.ne forcibly taken fn an act to a lonely :
rapport the flocks of Abram and DAILY BIBLE THOUGHTS tread this day will take all un- lag red youth said be ls "very much point on state road No. S north t< i I
To baL due Mar. I _____1...t'14
Lot, but also of the older residents aware are not looking. watchingand Rv .event e4ll4Mr...t .__u 414 21 alive" report to the t.tMt contrary:!: crf here, an4 managed to escape ---
the Canaanitea and the April 23 waiting for their Lord's return. T. baL due Mar tl ALJaRMAr.snot U.141.U 1J.t. >tw1Lh t.aDfJIDC. Meanwhile. Stev L by twins in a clump cf weed In a MCHT HK f.T..RTlrJEU1 1I

Perteites! who dwelled there and How to Win-Trust in the Lord. Instead! or looking for the world's 0. W.. f'....... C ens' step-father at Miami who:>>(.II pond beside the ra>eL .
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.-.!!-..-.. must be met by voluntary sUb-I| Polificil Announcements and courteous manner v. I
I r- and support will b. 'I.
Bradford County Telegraph acrlptlon the commission la at- apprecs ,

: p.o'I I ; ;Other Pens I tempting to brow beat various | rate response FOR STATH to the SWIATORIn uvirnftlon, of I hereby LOUIS II. uit.t

_, established 1877 boards of county commissioners In-1 I many. friondx.. and b..ll..> lnff that Ian dldate for the announce office of myaii A, ".

"' _,_L_--_ .._.- ,,-.--__.,_.._-a.Oo to appropriating a substantial portion -[ afC5oo < be of of this\alunMo senatorial! servti district to the Tixes of Bradford County .t
Fridays and Entered aa Second Class of the the commission I ; people, ;; to the wishes of the voti i ; '
(Published Weekly on waited two days at a $230,000 ; O ((31assif oinp> .ed of Union and Bradtorc"tlles. pressed In the Coming D,
A woman )
I hereby announce "
Florida is seeking for the proposed primary. If elected I Vi .
: Matter at. the Post Office at Starke, morgue In California for her husband i an a candidate for state senator, the favors Information '"n.,. .
Florida exhibit-Jacksonville Her RUSSELL KAY .subject to the will of the DemocraticVuter.
the dead. He datlons and courtesies.
to arise from that
.. election on "
at primary '
.4 E. S. Matthews ". .. Owner and Publisher didn't arise.-Times-Union. Prob- ald. I Secretary Florida Press Auocutios, June 1, 1933. I am In favor of and given through that, 0111"V ,,..
predate ,
-0 will work for tax reduction and InS your nvrlous i.ui I
4 : J. C. Uoblnson .. ______ .- --.._ Managing Editor ably didn't want to explain wherehe reduction if the expense or lunnlnir vote and assistance
had been. hen Jt-nH\t\ Became Jessica You know when I look over the tlirt sat* government ti. alsofavor N. n. WAlNWIUdHiT

J Here's another old-timer that Is list of candidates for all these and will work the ,.
SUBSCRIPTION RATE --- renRthenlnu of the state banking hereby announce my if '
The world does not owe you a doing the circuit again i I county offices and I realize that at lawn to protect dponltoia. and to dldate for re-eluntlon to the "',,' .,

: Yearly, $1.50; ; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance living. but you can get one by : "After Jessie had been to board- Lest we are only goln' to be able make' rumote.fhwlr liability I will to ever loan be much alert years Tax Assessor.that. I have been During yi'ur th a-: 'i i'.' ..

: Advertising Hates on Application working.-Starke Telegraph. Tell ing school for several months she to elect ONE to each Job, It makesme for more and on the right side of any I have. tried' hrfl. to give' to, Ih"' PUB":

jUHt who to "work" Uobbie and began! signing her letters 'Jessica' want to break: down and weep nth.ir ,meaauri'i whlcrl I believe: tote lie all that. could be cxi,,,, 'I I .,f ",
UII l for the best Interests of tbe people as assessor, and In asking fi. r"o
School days are over. we'll get busy right away!-Bron- This angered her brother Tom like a Willow. Just think HOW and the protection of their rights election I promise you thl. ih 1fT

,_ non Journal. i who did not fancy the Idea of mod- MANY hungry guys are gonna! be and property. Tour vote and aUI- am elected again, I will c..".ill ". t,,
a-- port will be highly appreciated and nerve you honestly fearlv 1, "d
: -- --0- ernizing the good oldfashionednames disappointed. It I Am ,,'...rt..d. your- confidence
,( Register anti pay your poll tax. Florida keeps 'em active at any and he wrote to his sisterIn _me will. never he violated. vote oral at elections.the coming. primary lls'petfulu and IIln.
i Heapocrfully
: o ago. Col. W. T. Wefks, 04. former this wise: 'Dear Jessica: Dadicn It ain't FAIR something ought I Lake Duller, Fig. J. M. MANN !or. D. E. W. IIAY!

of the court for Bradford and Momlca have gone for a visit
for the "
to be done
Three Sundays: to Mothers' Day. To the Pemocratlo Voters of the Foil SIIKItlKV
county, walks a mile uptown and with Aunt Llzrlca. Uncle Snmica Take Hillsborough County for example Fifteenth Senatorial District! To the Democratic voter ot Bind.

./ o- back twice a day in Starke.- is buying a new machinlca but hedon.t look at all the nice boys we Many of the voters, both Bradford ford County:
': for npr.'ns: fever is a fishing! trip. Times-Union. know whether to buy a Ford- sheriff and Union counties, which comprise for I sheriff hereby of announce this my oai' 'Ja .,
The bent cure got runnln' for everyone the above senatorial district, unwed"" county suit ,'
4 lea or a Chevrollca. The old cow- of 'em Is honest and deservin1, they me prior to the death of Senator the tt
o thecandi L FIoi'Ida's season for fish storied lea has a calflca and we were going say so themselves, but If somethln' Johns Democratic, to enter niminatlon Urn race a.. for.Senator the' Inn promising Domocratlo If elected prlmniy. a faithful a, ,

4 Leas than seven weeks left in which to worry will soon be In full swlng.-Starke I to call It Nellica but changed ain't done about It, a lot of fellows In the coining"" primary election to eat, and efficient performan" '
be hold In June. 1932. I now take duties of said office. Y..ur" :
to Jimica because It was a bullica. 4
dates. Telegraph. It Is always in swing. I won't get nothin' for all their time thin method of maklnir my formal .support la respectfully sollciLAUItlCB ,
Cut the season for gettln' 'em I -Your brother, Tomlcn.. -The and effort In this campaign but the announcement for this important C. CLEW M
,t pc .
( matter.-- Arcadian. oTIce. I nnkeach and every voterto
be another
headline. Very seems to AIR. carefully consider my candidacy; I hereby, nnnounce as "a'' duUt',
: Gai4 i is: blamed for state house blast says Bronson Journal.If -0--- If I am I the nominee I pledge efficient for sheriff of Bradford CounU K
I service' to the people. Ida and solicit .
respectfully ui: ii i II
: ,, likely. -.0-- forget the Dead Past -"I rtAHpnctriilly appreciate at '
I been thmkin' It over real ser- your support II u
o do not qualify and vote It Is said there is no Biblical Lake Duller, Fla. HAL Y. MAINESAt Primary. W, JKPPKRbO.vI ;
.H t you lom! and doped out a plan that .
p ) talk still be a good )is- this year, you are not qualified to proof that an apple was the forbidden the solicitation of ninny friends hereby announce my indldncy
If are too dumb to you can ought to work out fine for every- .
you I
1 havo derided
to become candidate -
criticise any branch of government. fruit of E body. Let's split the county, like for State Senator 16th enu- Ject to action of the voters at th
tener. .-Starke Telegraph. Gosh! 4I" been a lemon.-Starke Telegraph tonal district. comprlnins, .$ Bradford
we was cuttln' a piece of pie we primary June 7th I have' tie t r. a
o- getting to be a pretty mess .when Why bring that up? We have and Union rountleH. If elected IpromlMe cltlien of the county all my llf. jnd
could have a North South, East I faithful and consrlentloUHHervlre
nuked for
troubles of with- have never an office j' I iihands
Along with other nece.ssitieH, wedding invitations are even the bench warming contin- enough our own and West Hillsborough, and then and respectfully solicit the of the voters If eU 'ud I
gent has to have special qualifications. out worrying about the "forbiddenfruit support of all Democratic voters. at : ptuimlsa the citizens of the ,->unty
tk also cheaper. of Eden". Wo can tell all we could elect a full set of officersIn the Juno Primary "fflclent law enforcement, without
Bronnon Journal. you I
H each of 'em and put a lot of W. K. RI1DDLKTO.VI'Oll ..Ii,,ty I mig part jail ty. Your sup'' 'rt
4 about the Forbidden Fruit of Flor-
( o --0To -- i and vote will be ,appreciated!
folks to work buildin' new court 1pnl'"I'I\1'I'A'rn'l'I: :: ,
; With eggs at a cent each the hen i.s\ doing her part to assure quicker Action patent I. ida.From houses then we could buy all kinds I respectfully announce my can. ANDRnii!:
r medicine companies are having ),I the county officials thou dldacy for Representative of Bradford 1I-1\IIU':1L sCHOOL 1I0"lunl.-;: i
.. : feed the poor. their delivered by shalt not take the profitable pickings of new equipment and it would< be County subject to the will of 1 take this method of announcing
sample pills
i I Just like OLD TIMES.It the Democratic voter of the condor" my irandlducy for member of .' hool.
3'r 0---- Western Union. Starke Tele- ,' nor the fat fees; neither halt primary I election June 7t 1932. IInominated board from School tilntrlct Nr 0. 1 2.
"I should thou interfere with the barnaclesnor and elected, t will dlllRentlv. I comprising North Starke'! and Lawtey
Plant City's strawberry crop this season passed the fifteen graph. Which prove el'l'ecI I seems to me that as long as fallhtiilly and fearlessly. do I subject to the will of the Iiumocratlc ,
tive In more ways than one.-Bron- blood-sucking vampires cling- everylhlnK that I ran that will help voters In the coining primary
) million pint mark. son Journal ing to the body politic; for In the we got to play Santa Claus anyhow the mnjorllY' of the cltiaens of Bradford I Juno 7, 1933. If nominated an4elected
we might as well do the Job ( that the
day retaineth
0-.- --0-- taxpayer a Will attempt and aid In placing" best Interest of all the schools o(
On account of the large number dollar In his wallet wilt the pollt right and give all the boys a pres- t the .state on a Inmlnens. basin. I will Itrndford county and I earnestly 10

These days one I is reminded of the proverb "Every ass of record-breakers In the matrimonial -i ical machine be smashed to smithereens ent. Of course I know that we got Hlnccrely appreciate. M. INMAN.your suppoit.O. licit UoBpectfully your vote and Q.support 11." BENNETT.

:; hear himself I and we shalt have Just about twice as many countiesas
i loves to bray. game In J Hollywood, it has a government
we need right and taxes I take this method of announcing I respectfully announce thai 1
_ been proponed to call that burg of the people, by the people, now In
-0 I my camllilicy; for the office of Ueprosenatlvw a candidate for member of I the school,,
for the people instead of are so "high It ain't funny but I : I favor reduction of salaries
Orange Blossom.-Bradford Coun- ; a govern- board district No. 1 (comprising vol.

I This country does not want Hoover at even a dollar a ty Telegraph. Too late J. C.. Seb- j I I '"'\\ent of the politicians, by the pollticlana guess it's up to you and me to do and all linen taxes of and our rigid state I economyalong work I I to Intr the precincts action of one the and D..mocrath1"1.two). subject.

for another four i for the Selah! this Welfare work or these poor Should I be honored i '
year years. ring is already known as the po'itlclans., with the nomination I mary election to be held June 7th
-Qrestview; Messenger., boys and their relatives will be nod afterward election I I If elected I promise the cltlnenF '>f
Blossom Sebrlng
o Orange City havln' to get out and work for a promise, to the bent of my ability I the district and county the t 1' 01
American. 0Today- honest and faithful service: service. of which I am capable Y, 'ir"
'Mail order houses: are .the main reason why HO many. livin' and then the rest of the coun- '1'. 11. l'INHOLMTIIR.sVl'ttUIVrIcDrT 'I support will be appreciatsil.1LAY ..
1 1fr --0---
r small towns will always be small towns. try would be pointin their fingersat A. NEWSO
Highlands American says there With the setting sun. your hopesof OP SCHOOLS
us and sayin "Shame on Through the solicitation of .
you many I hereby announce myself M in
four In this coun- died out. All
areneally parties yesterday right.
o of friends and
for not takln' care of un- my my desire to again I dldate for re-election as memb at
try: Wets, dry democrats republicans That was yesterday. your be your school. .superintendent I desire I the school board district I. T amInterested '
: The new three cent postage rate should be paid by users ,--Starke Telegraph. Theyare Things didn't materialize the fortunates. to announce myself aa a candidate I solely: lit the advancem. nt
for thin position subject to the I of cur county school and If ins work
of government printed stamped envelopes. wrong. Neither the drunks or way you dreamed they would. All June primary. If nominated and I as a member of the board, the pant
) i : the sobers allow anything to interfere right again. Now- -the present Either I'm' gettln' old or else elected I promise a faithful perform I two years meets with your alpu'vsi'
of the duties
o sore of this office. 'linarj
; I support In the June pi
with their chief divemlon. i hour--is Today Yesterday bearsno these trick advertlsln' copy writersare Your votes are solicited anl will I your will bt uppieclated, pledging the
Probably the greatest change effected by prohibition wash Bronson Journal. relation to It except perhaps Just naturally get tin' all bawledup be highly appreciated 1 Your respec-I name coiiHclentlou, attention n 'lit

: switching from!\ bottled in bond to bottled in barn. o the relation that/ nightmare bearsto and back-lashed. I got messedup fully. Jr. 13. "WIGGINS.: duties of th.A jmej.T. JfOOJlMI'lMDI'1U

When a candidate devotes most morning after. in a kind of an Advertising slogan T hereby, announce,, myself a candidate I
o- for re-election to the office of SCHOOL nO\IIO-llot.< '
of his time to his opponent's qualifications Forget all about yesterday Hpellln' bee where the ringmaster Superintendent of Public Instructionof I' hereby announce mv cHiicililarr

Lisbon (Me.\ ) Enterprise says present day gold diggers chances are he hasn 't it Is dead and. burled in the ceme- would sling a question at Hiadfoid County. Your vote and.I for re-election. an member of the
do not rate themselves with the us like "What is It Four out of support! will be nppi'eclatedlUmpectfully. i I school board from district 2. .I"i n if
fortyriiiners.o the
any of his own to present to tery of Time. A. J. GRIFFI3 lectert will contInua to Rive. tht null
voters.--Starke Telegraph. Or Today Is alive. Are you? Well Five have?" or "They Satisfy?" I I I." of the office/ my very b. I il a'tontlon. '-
To the voters of nrndford county. nol"lt1! toil
_ like the cuttlefish la attempting to then, get busy! Fling from your I hereby, announce my candidacy I will be.appreciated.Your support IF D ITI
Idle dollars
be the friends
best but
: may of depression, divert attention from his own rec shoulders .,''jLhe depressing weightof I was goin' fine until the Professor for superintendent of Public. ln- I

j.t ': they also cause the working dollar to labor overtime. ord.Crestview Messenger those hppe that haven't come asked what P. A. was Welt, for HtriKlloii., Maid office I feel and that promise I am qualified to faithfully I I for. I member herl, >y, aitnouno of the school on. a biiurd cnndlilnU,"ul>-

;$ ( o- -0 true. Stand erect. Man, the world I came back at him real snappy discharge the duties. of .same I trlrt 2, eon'Irl..lnl. South "lOathe.
"Prince Albert tobacco to the .bent of my ability. Your vote I and City, 1 willappreclnta
for Th..re".a Sampson
Roadside. ChorusOh yours! You have your
Just as much will be nppreclatedIleHpectfuIly.
4 A woman registering to vote for the first time asked to I your vote and support in
Jimmy pipe. And darn If I ain'truled
thumb, thumb thumb, thumb. claim on its good things-on the L. II FfTCH the primary June 7th.
I what political organization belonged tho bunco party. Thumb to the church in the wildwood I things you've longed for and prayed out and Informed that "P -------- W, C. MANNINO -

; H pt for and vorked for---as the other A." now means "Personal Appear I hersbv Ion 'r.t unnoimca x ,f'01.L.1f"I'on my candidacy, ;II-:>IIIKII s('11001. iHMnn-nut.;; :;i.
i fellow ance" and I can put that In to succeed, I hereby. nnnoiinoe niyn-lr, m ,nlldatii
myself Tax
I. O, thumb to the town on the hill; has. my as Collector
See where a man by the name of Dern in Utah has been pipe and smoke It. of Bradford, countv subject to the I for memlipr' of the SI ,hl,1I <
No one is so dumb This hour has been handed to Democratic !primary to be held on I hoard. District. No. 3, oomprli rHampton ,
t suggested for the vice }presidency. Do they name dams aftervp's As the guy who won't thumb you as a gift from the overflowing June 1t h. 1112 t have tried torender I flrahnm Drnokvr and N'W
.. 'f I lon't know what you faithful honest and efficient I River. subject to election In Ih..run. ;
L ? For he stands by the roadside stilt. storehouse of Eternity. your answer ",'rv!<-.. rlurliiHT my flint term of primary, I proml ti. .Iuud
_ -V. L. S. In Dalm: Beach Times. What are. you doing with it ? An- would 1 be If asked what "13. 0." offlne as your Tax" <. ollet.-tor. I earnestly for a fair riKl.! equal, right "< i"

-o- ---0Attendance swer that.Moping stands for but if you ask me, it's solicit. your support, nnd ifelected and iinrtlalltv to none.Itesliectfilll ,

__ From the way candidates are lining up voters should be nt state press meetIngs ? Growling ? Despairing ? BANANA OIL. tier you attain the same 1 shall, "crvl continue,",' us to I haveIn ren- J.? 11 your.KELLY

'_. thankful X's placed on the ballot arc not subject to income may be somewhat limited this For shame! the punt. ( CARL A. KMOIIT. I I I hereby announo.- myself nItltditlH "'1.

tax. year on account of rumors the-new God has favored you with another addressed that great civic group I respuctfully. announce myself O'rnndldate ': fur ra-eleitlon. to the ofl ," .

: : woman pr<3Hl<
o Ing pin instead of a gavel.-Brad- given you Today. Prove your op- muke the proposed ship canal r>..nuiriitic voters at the primary of i cratlo primary June 7. 19*. I''
9 4 Voter should be ford across the Florida butt Juno 7th. I feel that I am In every !I; el"cted I prom I"* thu same fulr and
quick (n commending a capable official County Telegraph. Being proficient preclatlon by making It a steppingstone peninsula a ,ilfiMl! Impartial admlul lratlon if ttie's '
was MM" to give the duties of .
and 1 equally prompt in removing an inefficient one by their In the use of neither Bro. to happier, worthier tomorrow for scepticism and jokesa "pipe th.' office efficient and competent I of the office thAt I IIVLVcloned ,t '.' ""I,

Robinson, what thenCocoa Tri t---The.Imprint St. Paul, illnnenota dream. He made the point that I H",rIce. Fladvln a full and faithful In the. I"t. Y'UI and t will b,
t ; ballot. clIuthurKe of the duties of "Upl".t I. ioiiclted
______ bune. ,. every Floridian should be thor offl..' to the best of mv I highly appreciated.A

I-1* --0 --- -- -o---.. S oughly in earnest In support of the solicit .and will appreciate youi th"l B. 'SU1RF.NCY!

Its getting harder every year to balance) the budgets by According to Avery Powell, married A Truthful Candidate proposition, no matter what location port III the) a..11.,"Ii'. primary.Keanectfully. CAUL .; I 'ol'1j'rV'--f'O.O'lI'II---- : "" ', 1\\'
WaVfchula or route be I Lake this method "' "
men are the original inventorsof ( Advocate) may -- .
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( simply holding the taxpayer up by the heels and shaking his One local the government FOR Cld'MK.: OP 111-1.;lJ't'I.'oln'l' mif can-HJaiy for i. I
_ excusoa.--Starke Telegraph. candidate said the oth- engineers! As! county comnfiUntoni-r fir dl
: ; poc'' H s dry. Evidently Avrry has forgotten er day -nils stuff about 'at the he put it, Florida wants and '''dal I hereby n for tho nnnounce office of myself Clerk a of can-the J. C .solIcit your will v,.t... ",''il i,- d I
and If r..1..cl'.4.
Mother Eve. Jour- request! of friends should have A cron.vstate canal as I'lroult Couit of Bradford Cutintv ,
0_ avy County my many I here- I l the illxMlct, iknrt coi"; nlO! I)
nal. And what about Father Adam by announce for office,' Is all a short cut for shipping plying; the Ibo subject cmtilnw tu the primary will of June the 7th.voters I. nm at J vlr'e of which t am i.1'i"I' I
Hoover ban been informed that the I J. !M KO
Republicans will car- who not only excused: himself but wrong I've held office and Im' Gulf of Mexico and I the North At- fully connote IIM of tim.. ilutlc" of this -

: i 1'FiPl'i. a in the presidential campaign. Not unless they laid the blame on Eve's shoulders? running again but nobody asktdmo : U-jntlr Where it shall be ting Is a ably In'JO"t, fitted office to pel and'f"rm'utl Mi\ Ih..in,,,' In I am an (-'OS ->V'I'YAl -(011'1111'1"0'--- r.i. "

i 1 In'r nn C u tain whenever needed LaBelle News. to run. I had several tell met mutter of secondary Importance ..n'ldot"t manner. :Vcr/ having naked I thi- lollittatli\ 'n
from. a tate-wldc for 'tin iiiTIt'H in the com t In,,u**., before havc c.." ."., iOu,' to 2"' Iiiu.uTtv
wasn't standpoint. To
-- -- / any use to run but no- I p-nl..e, If cloi ted to give (Commit' *'.I"| ," i ,
". o Few people realize tbe tact that body told 1 me to run." I secure this boon it will be ncceamry faithful honest, and\ "tTh'l..nt1" tee ;u :i .'I' t'ri ,ir>',nl' < '",i, '

Thc British government was able to present a balanced one out of every seven persons Up in rjeorjlji' \ there t it another for cooperative: action not -.d.Youi. HMpiiort U rusj A.,>.1<*crfullr. THOMAS.solicit .i I I l'-H-.i."in" ,", ,lit,' upon I. elm in hami ,I IHiy .,

h'.d'.( i ot the other day by simply eliminating W provision( tuakea his living from publlo,funds. cftiulklato: who' evidently Intends: to alone on our part but on that of .ibJ.) > Vuur, .'l, !I'." ,
the Voters of uiiiFwlll I I I i us .' ctjlsel.t' '
And few taxpayer realize that one win the office people of thirty-seven other 1'ol"ltr'd Bradford County:
tui. 1 't' 'I t \sardebtsowedthiacountry.i ; on a platform of : I. L. ,i"'i, "S "
dollar eut of every nix roes for truth. M. Rn St. John tells! states more or less directly aJTeot- S I tun a unndWatA f..i> ro1! etioii I
[ -.- .. .._ eby by the proposed to the off c" of i"lerh of Circuit : I hereby uniioir" ,>'.' ,",
-- -'t-.o -," some "hind' uf tax.. Till" tax hits about him tb till Dalton ( Oa.) waterway. .
Court Brad fold County Florida, and date for re- .I-"tl"mm! "i
7 J i : ;tol F; Ti ;o..f rewinds \\'orJ4'\&t! ) vrttflq doqtors th. man whether be la a property News aa follows: I' Oif 0urae it Is all well for each earnently solicit y .\if "upi ort and 1 ntuuUon 'r.'I' distil, i

owner or notU's time for the Tn a battte' of ututottakora for icqttoa: of the state! to advance its vote at, ills June tl-lmnry olectian, 51"pt fil'! t w I ll I ,.'.>n'i'11lutrlct I
1 !M of tl'!! '. :i: jiuN: ", dying born being rde o4 tliey Jiave cluiaw t prentice to reli'.,r fuUhful! holiest I in' -4uT''Y "' ,
people to awaken to the situation: I the office ;q f,; :n-oier- of Walker as being the best route tot and iiufeful aiMWUo' 1 FtO .." ..,,\.tully. I of whIti 1 'nn' ':ftll"\-\

: !" t tkSfltl! I \ -"iny:: : more thousand* are cftiPf'tQ'be nd.ndJufit matter*.-Perry New*. .:aunty, our neighbor to the west rho cnaL '2'ht is exactly want W. ApjA L1'kM4N -to.'uTY-----' -,-,'r--'-'-4''f4'-''- > '

It fc l' --soAd --.- -- -,t.Jt'ftAV, *'*"' MiMr WeJlUi! .pjw o| tho aspiringaJ af\ID'fvI $ .la doing in cooperation rotrxTY *irn ww I f t c.':,,' ;tV'bilTiI .'
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,. .. old farmer who '-d bom d, portirp; DraI.1 I
--- q1_ -' -. ford( CHHifit)', Bl 1ut \\t\-\ ?tI, ,'Ii'I I I''U'i .f't 7jf
: wattlruor form relief promisediy !Issues:!)! the following' \ platform: line from Doctor's Inlet I f hereby. ,): *innmn'" rnrtrtWd ,l-I.I, ,I I. I c'" I If"
; p j T' !Muliasiiirei. : at.a: w can alt} agree'-that: we, 'hcveVlien tWo .foot. three administrations "...."..vep.> wan has a right to,i on the St. Jobn 'n'cr above JtclcnonvtU -i Wueeffld' mynfilf HM TMV"r-oiUty| : !'..".,1.: I ,... '" .,.,. ,

Li : "j 1. :J; the obm_'to'tnake W!'IN Asked how be. llkad It According bopft bit own., !;>ue.bI..X .advocate: l \ to.* Cfder..Ktty by! ,.ymtfJtttthe 1.Yt'11lf't1III Or: V ?iMffnTd>flffWrilJ'y'.ft5.tfiA&: ? 1'''"w*; e JwWff
to' the) atctyhe reptte;l: tkArrow t .ads; sharp! curves deep chain of lakes Including Ktng*- on..l .
as is
.n \ .
J there in .
t. lawless not much chance t ni&dq ,, 'liuti'nos : 'nut wiilI
quint .. ii
AJt9. 'll"lt1.1'" te ]U) ttis
,1 andnd\ .' cut. 'Wn Mr. during the. Hwdlng ndralnlotratl'w ruts, nuuo y'''tt_ 1 M ,....fcfDtl\t. J z 1.. ,i'
: ( ..: I lIved" on faith/ the ; fa I aia running foe c<*- Prairie, Levy Lan ntf *>.jrv d yott nB'Aounty': ( ,
I 1 Ie'-t-I '' HI t>'''iifllfijtC '
'L J ------.0.l ._- _J- ___ I C\.lio) a4diktvstion: I tvfed en 'njwr And: hose to 69 elootcd! t iunUtt nttell watcrways..sa&4 to measure cleat r..tn1'4d 1Ie>r'Vta.411.faithful, ,honest and .*toil*nil thfi eff..i> t' P 'I' ."I"I" '

: ,l :: sic ; ", bo'.n Jug ( t1 anew that cirT babies '1oo ittJ so fr Anting "Mi'l1mtnlltmtion *"* .. ,. {&\lQr ,_f the** thtejrs, *:o promoter abent, twenty of 'the, 1tInety- lne1D11 In such manner. AS rn jtnatlfr: onp n- i.iSul. ..,ll l I-":: ole I I" !
pip atarievtrti of'.tJ\1a toutS..5 t cdi. It in rulvtnltttt jr mr.esddamto 1- -" i.. r', t 1"" "nil
X"w UVtfIty. .' ebar.. bH3inofeV\7at is will '
biiB ,
\MLsM tmr I 1:1: x thil,
-1 \ .' ,T .- wefe Surlier( than a boy. Aa \ ."--'B*>rt Mntt Leader. e vrr uffttaea! 'wttlen eon be -' Tht, .let It D0 Mpcated the prIm "arnwMl"you .11 v>tim yjlur) yiar'nrIvj'afloa.," *"I ot ort. ,.i..'I If"rihis '."' ,i' I S "rI :

,.., ot .. I, y wan l to do .l less. walking and TOOJC talk- -. Lted to r:u tMrfrtftUe' *; he reault- wcs0lty la % wh<>taubJMirte. $ coop i I 1C your: \aMMik"aountx.bffi
rtn! Florida wwqpapcsto! are :ng tmI4l.8d'JP-G.yeyt-s<; will bnlp trotion ta whatever move( to twcea I IAiry to mutter. faltltft'L i v 'I c. i I. "( .. '

i t y .. laboring) under the rtchMlon thttoratortdil t to di'! \'JGtae: ootton ;l1.crp"ge. jforof .. to Wave the congress; of tile clout nervlei". c- ,> l .f.. v nAt I I i S Ot''Y I hi', ''i ..1 iI '": ?,'J'', '.5

----o \ : ability U the yxrd sticky !\ck IsiTrf;'.and fv/<'r !p 'opU will XfntttfrJ etntes aiUirtrixe thin wa- 1 iII'I ,' r, r ii !.

u i CQ ...aincn who /avOr paying vet< which the people should tneas-! C1'1"UlIt'f"", In countlr'j-, resulting Later tsrway, surveys! for WhICh r w,,alv ..onp' fl l ,.. ,"".oJ,u'i tI l i I I" Si.I .:,u,. 'i I HIi "', ', ".1 i.,"' i't, I II
; ;' : l. e casb bonus! at a tttau when the national deficit is 'U'$ r"v dldate's qualification for 1''<;rc"i<
; ; .
P puMIc office. Florida onIctUs. "tens uolly unfter way.Spring my a u i ;'inlet, tip """I I ll I'"" >>
; cotton will
t : n ''I', i by> millions every day !should be reminded that comething bring a -0. n( ('r unti .Tii.up (.i. v 'c _____ the bosldes oratory: bouiboatrjotirm bttter! pct e. YMIT vote and in i [hot i JIll", Hrl-'iii-.. t'.u.ng a II'rad.1 1 anrl ,,'1 .. .. I I t'1. )I'' ,
';J ft t i.. '." ,' who seat them to congress to rciA-eawxt: their chs11 : ::: and blunter. If it Is to be flulmcf'vt'U b> appreciated.: Tarpon -- Meras Sponge oatof 1'nlvvinltv" }! 1.ewh'ol andS n \':
onin, 1 ll vonm in th' .. ---- --'-- ---
i L-tlca of l law
and i I"
TradingCo Inc Increasedipital
:' <11 -i umber the veterans about twenty to one. lIfted fri-m the slough of rl"ipojxl ;"!WaiiH' 5'll\th.rm Ins attracted I r>" >l fully iiml'fl'il!' tn -( rve v.u It.i' I <'Ol \ it 11"1.10" '
3 nt"\ln crurnijc! dptoimlnatlon .tnJv wide 'ttttcntlon Unlike most \ stock from $10,000 to $.10- 'nity' Jn'Jin, U y"\ii see fu tIi ) I ,.' r, liy "i 'm<,iillI ,'-
.j: : o !IM! 000. I t inn I |>,'or"'r: iur you ..h/1.1I1 I 11'latB r.I"Y, '-'u'''"'
power are needed ui public! office mdidute, he atrnJille1'! no pnliticalf bay honest. rail tutu Cfli .' .
I. l"nt and trc' 5. "- nil, | ,Nlriff I' ,
!It.i the! next legislature ia courageous and sincerely wants i'I Florida should not listen to nee R Is hoped that if he is Beach :unblaBud\ B<'rM(.<> 1 'ninontty\ no-i i i River r. I Ii',iwl I i -I.> ,

tu. i' 'dnco' : the coat of government Tallahassee Daily Democrat phrase makers in this most critical elected other canidates will become Laundry Went Fadm and Sunshine primary licit your June support 7th a.id 1912 vote In the I litil office pel.f'I ii Biilklt rran e und of 1 1 i.'I wl:1:1 1

: that period of its history- Jacksonville equally as candid, instead of passIng Cleaning Co., capitalized Itaaprctrulljr, I the support and \.."te r
& Mimesis body to consider that Florida Is paying a. Herald out the usual candled! at $ O.OOO, granted charter. a:. KT1X I'bRRY3fAN. c-ratB at the primary J'
million dollars I promises. 7th. O. W. AND -
h annually Confederate
pensions sixty-seven -- o FOIl : ASSESSOR! -- ,

tf:' years after the close of the war. That paper says only a few : tho Notwithstanding act the fact that Tho Cross-State Canal. .&Fort Co., Lauderdale insurance agency-R. B. Leonard granted date I hereby for the announce office' of myself Tax Assessor a candi dllat I hereby for county rmonn.'
i of those old veterans and aged widows of the 1931 legislature (Gainesville Dally Sun.) charter. of Bradford county, subject to the trlc-t 5, comprIsing Brook >I.Hly. .-
y are alive, and "we arepaying creating the Century of Progress Walter F. Coachman Jr. of will of the voters at the comlii ..... If r.e..l I.ct..d I pro
pensions to S democratic primary election to b. continue "*''-
hundreds of giving my I'
people who never smelled)) gun commission specifically states that Jacksonville president of the Flor"Ida Fort Pierce-White Front Grocery held June 1ttIn asking for thisoffice county. fulthful and eft'ILI"' "* ifforma.nc
powder and who are obtaining under false expenses Incident to a Florida ex Canal Association sounded will say that I am thoroughly of lh. duties of the 0"10 .
money a 110 North
_ t pretenses. hibit at the Eighth Street, im- familiar with the duties thereof and and will always work for Ilia
1 Chicago exposition timely not. of when promise If elected to
warning he proved. discharge the lnu>r.iita of the
duties of said efflce In an efficient COU'ir'T. OilTE'iJ

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