Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 6, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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FWRiDA 1 _.8_, 1933 ____ ______ NUMBER T\VENTY-SEVEN
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I I Memorial Day Address I i ; i.

CIRCU1TCOURT CIRCLE MEETS HERE FRIDAY As part of the Memorial Day I Get Ready For ::11 i

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program given at Crosby Lake

Indictments charging :Frank La- I Miss Myrtle Oils Crump, Tampa, APPEAL HOMES FOR FOR SUMMER! HOMELESS cemetery Sunday afternoon, the June PrimariesRegistration ':,
address delivered
national following: was) by
Blanche Roberson "with i I attendant and I
Hue! and state BOYS AND GRILS I Col. HoUis V. Knight: 'I II
returnedy manager of the Woodmen f
murder were
degree ''
Drat Circle, will take prominent In W. are glad upon this pleasant ,
the grand jury In session the part Could you possible make room In I
the district meeting at the WomI afternoon to be gathered here In 300,000 \
first three days of this week. In the ? your home this!! summer for one or
an's Club Friday afternoon and reverent tribute to our glorious Is forecast of Democratic PoD&t t
regular spring term of circuit court I more homeless boys or girls T The
for(Bradford county. Both defendant evening, May 6. Children's Home Society of Flor- dead and In grateful appreciationof Zeal Loaders; Poll Tax PaymenU ;

entered pleas of not guilty and Other distinguished visitors will ida, which has Its headquarters at the heroic living. We of the Govern .;, I

trials were set by Judge A
for next: Monday.Evelyn state president, Mrs. Mildred Lakeland. Pensacola and Miami, Is clad warriors, who gave the world Jacksonville .t.,j
April 30.
i new conception of valor. The -Registration
Epps, indicted on two I Wheler Boone, Fort Pierce, state urgently appealing the good tI In f. r,
excess of 300,000 for the .
fame the field of bat ,
counts for assault with Intent to vice president and district manager people of Florida to provide a him I you won upon kmk Democratic June l4\ ,' ',
primary 7
tie will live forever-the glory of was
murder, plead not guilty and the Mrs. Myrtle Depew, Ft. Pierce, for the summer months or longer at forecast by political observers tonight '. .f.
set for trlall.londay. state past president, national rep- If possible, for the scores of utterly your desperate charges Gettysburg
case as registration offices In A '
and heroic defense of Richmond iJ
Indicted for, resentative and district homeless children under Its care. :
Dewey Williams, manager, Florida's 67 counties \ '
to remained .
I IauUty. Mra. Addle Mae These children from six to sixteen are an Inspiration every I
breaking and entering, plead not Godbold, Lake Southerner. 'pen until midnight to accommo'I

Case was set for trial Mon I City, state outer sentinel and district years of age, and are anxiousto :into the last-mluute rush of

manager, Mrs. Bessie Greene, get out Into the country, and do Great soldiers, great citizens, I pective voters. pros ;f :

day.Henry Small, entering without I MRS. CHAUNCEY D. CLARKE; Live Oak, state secretary and field chores enough to earn their own great men our gratitude<< and love This figure would set a new record !!: "p ',

breaking, plead not guilty. Mrs. Clarke 1 t. a candidate for representative. Mrs. Rose Rives, support during the summer. The goes out to you. You taught us for the state. In 1928, when \
Gainesville Home Society will tell all never to despair. Ragged, hungry, COMPTROLLER ERNEST AMOS\ R
True Wit were returned against d.lecat .af-Iarg, on the Democratic state attendant, and you Florida swung Into the Republican (
Mrs. Eula Ballentine Gainesville 'bout the child Its health, Its habits and battle worn you faced the over QUALIFIES
following: ; presidential column
the\ ) Primary ticLet to for the first 1 i r,.
Miles Kelley, desertion and nonsupport Roosevelt' in California.Commissioners pledged : state auditor. its people, and will Bend the whelming numbers of the Northern time In Its history, registration u

Mrs. Vonda Inman, Starke, district child out with a fairly good supplyof Invader with undaunted courage Comptroller Ernest Amos Thurs- totaled approximately 200.000. i ''t

Clyde Morgan and Ferrell Morgan manager and state auditor, clothing, shoes, etc. until the whole South collapsedfrom day qualified with Secretary of The state's four largest counties

aggravated assault. In assisted by officers and members of The Home Society is having a hunger and exhaustion.I State R. A. Gray, for his candidacy -Duval, 1I1I1 boruugh, Dade and ; <'' l

Willie Thomas, breaking and entering the local grovels in charge of arrangement desparate time financially, and say again, you taught us neverto for the Democratic nomination for Pinellas- .registered approximately + !

,. may not be able to provide food, despair. Returning, to your stale comptroller in the June prl. 150,000 up to last night, and to i

Walter Brown, breaking and entering There will be two sessions, one I clothing and shelter for all the children ruined homes, burned churches, maries. Comptroller Amos Is now day's rush was expected to shove I 4

Session Monday at 2 o'clock and another at 8:00:< : needing Its care this sum- abandoned schools, and desolate serving his fourth term and la asking this figure to 175,000., A

No bills were returned against o'clock. Initiation of a class of i mer. Then too these homeless fields, you found your families ragged the voters for re-election. No I Payment of poll taxes, necessary' l

Dock Warren and W. H. Hall. candidates awarding of profici- children get tired of the monotonyof and hungry. Poverty and rne-nber of the governor's cabinet to qualify as a voter, lagged far ;

Civil cases disposed of up to The board of commission ency certificates demonstration of Institutional life-Its rules and desolation stalked the land. Igno- has been so often harrassed and behind the registrations Poll taxes 8' 6

Thursday noon were: ers met In regular county session Mon the floor work Junior graduation, regulations and want change. rant negroes and white carpebag- hampered by Investigations as has. may be paid until mlgnlght of May r, I

G. C. Sweat vs S. A. L. Railway, I'day, May 2. 1932 with all members on presentation of the state flag anda You can perform a wonderful gers and scalaways were in controlof Comptroller Amos but in every In- 21. ?
service by taking one or more of stance his and efficient
business session features of our local and state government
continued. are !! No one oared to
present' as follows: J. L. Underhill predict whether
the : these homeless boys or girls for throughout almost all of our service for the stnte has been established
W. :U Bryan vs C. W. Ford, passed. chairman, G. W. Hlnson. J. M. Roster program. the total qualified to vote this
One topic of discussion will be the summer- and t'ey will bring Southern states You were disfranchised beyond question. Comptroller "
J. G. Crews and R. T. Osteen.. yoar.throueh'pltyment; of poll
'a lot of nappio In the ser- Amos believes that thetate's
the you <* find president Im ri
J L. Frazee vs J.. H. Scarboro Minutes of the list recent three-month membership your taxes-would exceed the 1928 figure -
meetingwere vice will render For full information future Is assured
you prisoned. What we now call depression prosperity
ind J. L. Peek, continued. read and approved. campaign, honoring Mrs. Dora when Herbert Hoover, RepublIcan
write to' Marcus C. if sound of economies P
Alexander Omaha In those blue days would policies .
Talley. Nebtorher
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FrNFRAL SERVICES FRIDAYFOR Miss Pearl Jordan home dem more than twenty years as national "Daddy" Fogg, whowill be only have been prosperity; what is nownnvertv set up by the next legislature. the state from Alfred E., swung \ ;',
onstration '
MRS ROBERT T. BERRY agent, appeared before secretary. Florida members : to glad to give you the facts you _. would__ ____ then__n._ -have-. been Democratic nominee Smith. : J' ,!
the board to ask' r'u by 144,168 '
assistance In \
get :
want, 428 St. James Bldg. Jacksonville ,
took active part and the state more plenty. Less hardy men would RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT!: votes to 101764.
ting the club girl to Tallahassee
relatives than: its Florida. have surrendered to despair, but I, The
Score of friends and tn June for the state short course. completed required quota. name of Hoover and Howey F
gathered at the NswnansviUe cem- After Flans will also be discussed for never for a moment did your courage will appear on the general election
consideration she was allow- MRS FLORIDA GIKGEU WHEREAS, an all-wise Providence
Friday morning at 10:30: taking care of the district's adopt.' forsake you. Even as you had ballot In Florida
etery again this ,
97.60 for each girl, the numberto has seen at to take from year. }
o'clock to( attend the funeral services be carried ed boys at the society's home for fought for your Southern states, Hoover already Is pledged suffl,
not to exceed five. Mrs. among us a member of the Bar
for UTS.; Robert T Berry who aged members and orphan childrenat Florida Geiger passed away you now worked that your civilization cleat votes to assure his nomina ; vQ ,
Commissioner' R. T. Oeteen reported who In a few short year had
at 5:30 o'clock let at her
: May home to ,
not revert
passed away at the home of her Sherman, Texas. might savagery tion fpr president by the Republicans -
the the reached of and
on meetingwith
a place
of Ala- A attendance is In Miami, after an Illness of several Aided by your loyal wives you conquered .
mother Mrs. Annie Turner Alachua county commissioners large expected, honor, and, ft Chicago and Howey Is unopposed ,
chua, Thursday morning after an members have been Invited from I months. Mrs. GeIger, a sisterof all adversity. Southern man- thestate's as tbe Republican nominee y 1'
concerning the no-fence law WHEREAS motion of
men- on
O. L. Be&sley, of Starke, was Hood and Southern womanhood,
for i
illness of several months. jalnesvllle, Alachua High governor I
with citizens around, Brooker. of the circuit the
ace attorney t
born and but
Hampton, firm in faith and of heroic spirit
Reverend H. H. Newman, Pres- Palatka Lake Butler, Connor, Democrats will nominate their
to furnish all the
county agred court has appointed members -
had made her home in Miami for civiliza-
byterian minister of 'Lakeland a Trenton, Jacksonville Lake never faltered in restoring slate for candidates for i
the materials if Bradford county City, of Bradford County Bar to state offices -
lormer pastor of the family and would do the work. Moved and Uve Oak and Sparr.. the past two years, 'J tion. You gave us all we enjoy and present for the records on June 7. while the presi 1 i

Reverend Gregory of Lake City as- In addition to Mrs. Inman past Surviving are, two daughters, today. All of our good churches, prepare dential candidate will be pick. :
carried that the report be accepted. of this court suitable resolutions. ,
and Hazel and I
lilted: In conducting the funeral Moved and carried that $20.00 be I guardian, officers of Grove No. 278 Evelyn Donigan, splendid schools, comfortablehomes Now therefore ed by the Democratic national 6
Vests Prewitt; two sisters, Mr*. good roads, and white supremacy convention
rlte at
are: Mrs. Mae Green, guardian; Chicago on Jun. H. ;
allowed for the work. Mr. W. H.
Hattie DeSha, of Waldo, and Mrs. In Institutions Be It Resolved by the membersof F
Those our polltlclal Delegates to the '. .
attending the funeral Mrs Beulah Hunt, Hampton ad. national convene ;
from cut of town were! A. F. Ber- flarrell the work.was appointed to oversee visor; Mrs. Ethel Moore, corresponding Maggie Geiger, of Bowling Green; ,we owe to you. Except for the Bar of the Twenty-Sixth tlon will be elected by votes In the '
three brothers, O. 1.. Beaatey. of your supreme effort the South today Judicial: Circuit In and for Brad- primary. .
ry and son of High Springs; a and recording secretary;
R:. T. Osteen and G. W. Hinson Starke, D. B. Beasley, of Gaines- would haze been an abandoned ford County, State of Florida, with n.Republicans
peat uncle, Colonel W. T. Weeks, Mrs. Louise Williams, banker; Mrs, will not hold a state ;, '
were appointed by the chairman to ville, and Jim Beasley of Hawthorn, waste; because of you the South the concurrence tit the Court, that
and primary unless
daughters Mrs. Will Wall, Mrs. Anita Griff, Mrs. Mae Bryan and I opposition develops :4'' i
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meet with Alachua county commissioners and numerous nieces and nephews.The stands first in present day civiliza- : this county and judicial circuit and for the +
Milton Brownlee, Mrs. Joe Wilson Mrs. Geneva Thomas!!, auditors; party nomination for state +d
on Tuesday. May 3rd,. to body arrived of Starke; Mrs. S. T. Dell, of Mrs Amy Moore, attendant, Mrs. 1, e
complete arrangements for aforesaid board Air Line Railroad at 5:43: : suffered In the death of Honorable
Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ruby Hays, assistant attendant; we can come here .
work.. Monday afternoon at Hampton, and E. M. Johns, of Btarko, Bradford i
Clarke Mrs. Hudson and Mrs. Job- Mrs. Lavonla Grlffla, chaplain, bitterness in our hearts towards POUTICAL RALLY ? pl
Mr. Boone of Jacksonville appeared the funeral procession went from: County, Florida, an Irreparable i ,
mo, of Fierce; James Knight and Urs. Hattie Prevatt, Inner sentinel our Northern friends and neighbors AT f'i
before the board showing a the train to Santa Fe. cemetery, lose. LONG BBIDOR I i
Mr. Chapman, of Jacksonville; :Mrs. Mrs. Bertha Pearce, outer sentinel but all together an citizensof _.__ __A 4
check protector. The machine was where Interment wa made.. Senator Johua wiw b era nuu
A. V. Long, Mrs. Jack Craft, Miss ), Mrs. Gladys Williams, captain one country, In honor of all our
considered good, but the commissioners The pallbearers.were Mr. John reared In Bradford county. He was There will be basket
Etta Means, Misses Fern and Mildred ; Mrs. Margaret Prevatt, mu- living and our dead la due to your a picnic and 1 I
did not care to buy at pres Ambrose of Waldo, Mr, H. V. Sax- Greater educated In the common schools of political speaking at Long
Dakin of Gainesville and many sician; Mrs. Darner Silcox; junior tolerance and patriotism. Bridge
on, Mr.,Ben Saxon, Mr. A. A. Dur- unrivalled herlosm in Bradford county and later grad- on state road No. 28 on
others from surrounding towns. entMrs. supervisor and Mrs. Lula Hutto, than your Thursday
Lizzie asked for den of Mr. T. J.. Griffin uated with honors from the
, Mrs. Berry before her marriage Bryant assistance financial secretary.of Hampton, war, greater than the marvelous high May 19th., This picnic Is being
after consideration she and Mr. O. W. Alderman of Starke. of Florida Law
was Mlsg Marlab Turner, oldest reconstruction of the South, must University Depart- sponsored by the Long Bridge

daughter of the late Robert A. was allowed $2.00 per month. the grade be marked by appropriate The DeWItt C. Jones Company stand 'your example as patriotic ment at Gainesville in 1015. He Christian church and those who ; ( yd;

. and Annie Turner for Mr. A. J. Griffin and Mr. W. B. monuments. had charge of arrangements. citizens of a reunited country. With Immediately entered upon the are unable to take a basket to this ?

well known residents of many Alachua years; Wiggins appeared before the boardto "Be it Further resolved that a the Christian'virtues of faith, love practice of law at Starke, and very picnic will be able to obtain a good }hs'
ask for a reduction in their filing TAKING FLOWERS soon became a leader of the Bar of. fish sandwich dinner
.be was born May 27, 1889 and was copy of this resolution be furnished and charity In your hearts, you laid at reasonable
Married to the late Robert T. Ber- fee as candidates for office of to the state road department, the AT CEMETERY aside all bitterness, all liate, and the County and Circuit. Mr. Johns: price. Drinks will also be served''

ry, prominent of Alachua county superintendent of public In- various boards of county commissioners all prejudice. As citizens, you earn- served as representative in the and the profit from lunches and
druggist struction. After consideration the A love for flowers la an admirable of State Legislature and in 1928 was drinks to be used for the
in August 1909 where resided and to the Florida State ed the admiration and respect benefit of
for several later they board agreed to allow the filing fee Association of Boards of County trait, but owners of lots In the best of our Northern friends elected to the State Senate, wherehe church. _

to Wauchula years, moving to be based on net receipts of $2,- I Commissioners. Crosby Lake cemetery would much even as you had proven your worth distinguished himself to such' an All candidates from Bradford i itheand
and then to Pierce,
where they have resided for the 400.00 per year, the amount of sal- I "W. W. Feneren, Secy." prefer to donate flowers and ferns ''I as soldiers. Many of them came extent that he was nominated by Union counties are expected p

PUt 10 ary under the state law. I The board then took up the matter from home gardens to those persons ,I to live with us, not for loot or forotl'lce the holdover Senators to serveas to be present, as well as candidates Id
years.IfrL from citizens who want them so badly as to President of the Senate, to be for governor. The
Incleath A petition near of revising registration books but to help re-construct our arrangementsfor
was preceded asking for and pilfer them from the city of the soldiersso elected next November.; His practice speaking will be In
by her husband five Graham was presented, I and after due consideration South. Five Northern charge of a
weeks. She Is survived Just an allowance for Mr. William War- advise of county attorney then dead. Complaints have been madeof came to love the South that : Included the representation of committee of the church. I at

IOn, Flenoy Crick by an University only ren. On motion which was duly took a recess until Wednesday, flowers and shrubbery being removed -i their bodies lie burled in the quietof many of the most Important litl- Come out and hear the candidates

of Florida( ) student Berry,, her- seconded and carried he was allowed May 6th at which time they will from ground., and It Is this oak-draped cemetery. As 'gauts In this state. HI practice make their claim for the office and ?Y

wother. Mrs. Annie Turner, a $5: .00 per month. revise the registration books and hoped the practlve will cease. they were valiant foes, they became is a criminal lawyer was very extensive enjoy day on old New Rivers ? s

Brother. Robert Turner, two sinters I The following report. were received -'appoint inspectors and clerks for Births. true friends. Lying here be- and his service to the pub. > ____

Mrs DeWItt and Mrs. and filed: Jail Inspector,, ,,the Various precincts throughout side forty-seven Confederate veterans tic was so great that the burden BIO TURNIP 4r 4
Hague, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Gll aon,
, William Mclver I county judge and home demonstration the county for holding the primary they speak louder than wordsof which he undertook was more than -
aunt Mrs.
an 1st.
Starke May
Sarah Smoke, who resided with I agentNo I election on June 7th, 1932. the ties that bind us all together he could bear. He gave of himself A turnip large enough to make t ; .}
{her and an uncle. D. D, Weeks of I action was tenon for apppro- I The board of county commissioners Pensacola-American Tung Tree In one country, of forgotten animosity unstintedly to the .service of a supply of potllcker to satisfy the 3
' and In that service expended -
Lacrosse. ,. priatlcn for exhibit at the Century met May 4th, 1932, pursuant to Development Co., granted charter, and of re-united purpose.In people, craving of the most confirmed ad- Ff

The floral offerings were many exposition to be held In Chicago. recess with all members present as $t Petersburg-Happy Honeymoon the Spanish-American War, his life. No greater tribute. cane I Clot was presented to the Telegraph a r +t
follows J. L. Underhill, chairman, Confederate veteran and Yankee ) paid to any man than this.Be
W beautiful attesting to the love during the year 1933. : Clubs, Inc., granted charter. Monday by Ira Andreu. The turnip
Clt a tweet Christian character who I The following resolution from G. W. Hinson, R. T. Osteen, J. O. soldier fought by the sides of their It Resolved further, that this tipped the scales at 48.4 pound a+

will be I filed Crews and J. M. Rosier. Phillips and 8. R. Swindell, Inspec sons; by the blood that they shed resolution be spread upon the minutes and was grown by Mr. Andreu
greatly missed In the so- I the: Engineering Society was certified onhis
of this court and
del and church The board Immediately took up tors. together: in a common cause they a farm west of town.
Ute of her home for reference
town> as well i the matter of revising the registration Precinct No. Seven, New River: cemented the bonds of brother- copy thereof be transmitted by

home.MINgp'rg. .as that of her childhOOd "Where as through the removal books of the county. M. J. Sapp, clerk; D. W. Kelley S. hood between aU sections for all the Clerk of this Court to the famIly I. ?w
of timber and decay of monuments( of the deceased senator with the HON. J. M. LEE: SPEAKS J 1 +
I ; A The matter of appointing inspectors C. Crews and R. J,Turner, Inspec time. The grandsons of Northern
lit is becoming more and more difficult electionto soldiers the approval and endorsement of the p
OF etc., for the primary and Southern upon
, SCHOOL BOARD to locate evidence of original be held on the 7th day of June, tors.Precinct No. Eight, Brooker: J. bloody fields of France, gave testimony Judge of this CircuitRespectfully : Hon. J. M. Lee, candidate for } it t

Board met-;;- session surveys In this state, and was taken up and the following L. Shrlver, clerk; B. F. Hazen, J. M. of our common cause. In submitted for the comptroller, spoke to an audience + '
fy 2nd. 1932 with all members "Whereas highways and roads were appointed: Mott and G. E. Mccauley inspec- truth, the graves of our Spanish- committee. at the county courthouse Wdnee-- f ''t+4

PF nt. Minutes, last are often constructed along land Precinct No. One. Lawtey: O. American war dead, and those of e J. L. FRAZEE, day; night, outlining his plans and

. "M and approved.of meeting lines thus destroying the physical Harold Pearce, clerk; James Rosier tors.The board then appointed R. T. the great World's War dead, bear Chairman. policies if elected, and asking for '

Resignation trustees Starke evidence of land corners which are T. T. Blackburn and Fred Osteen to receive the money and to witness of our Union. the vote of our citizens. Mr. Lee'
as of
School.. received and and very necessary for retracing inter- Moore, Inspectors. purchase the wire which Alachua The Spirit of this occasion Is not tbe love and gratitude of the nation spent most of Thursday In this section -
C. Robinson accepted to fill secting lines, and Precinct No. Two, North Starke: county agreed to give for the purpose sectional! but NationaL Under the goes with you. We areproud of the getting acquainted and announced -

cy. appointed "Whereas It U most desirable F A. Scott Clerk; J. F. Klckliter, of fencing the county line leadership of that great and worthy living and tbe dead. Since last we his Intention of again returning Il r

R sol' Uon adopted approving. that these corners be preserved Aubrey Moore and F. M. Norman, near Brooker In order to keep cattle I organization, the United Daughtersof met upon Memorial Day, some of before date of the tInt pri

autborlzlng. "Now therefore be It resolvedby Inspector. belonging to citizens of Bradford : the Confederacy, our nation you, our noblest men, of Christian mary. ;

log election neW directing In and confirm- the Florida Engineering Societyon Precinct No. Three, South county from crossing Into Ala- I meets to pay homage all of Its'!'character and good deeds have de- e

Tax District Hampton SpeCial this 16th day of April. 1932. Starker. N. Kendrick, clerk; R. chua county and there become im- living and dead veterans. Its aim parted this life. Their works and Arcadian-Ross Hopkins sold bU

roanty. No. 2, Bradford that the state road department and F. Demorest. L. D. Vlning and W. pounded on account of the nofencelaw i is to foster and keep alive the lessons their spirit lives on, Inspiring all stock la Harley Watson. Inc., local /t'
of us to be better men and better Ford dealer, to Harley Watson. } + ;, tltl
County employees received the various boards of county com- M. Oliver inspectors. in Alachua county and to Inspect learned from this great struggle -

t on amount due pay- missioners be requested to Instruct Precinct No. Four, Graham: W. and report upon the buildingof and to honor and reverence the citizens of our country. ;

No further business as board salary.ad- their engineers to require that the T. McEver clerk; 1.. C. Smith. said fence. qualities of courage and leadershipthat To you who remain our heartsgo Delray Beach-.Work started on 4.IP+ :1

JJ ed to meet first In location of such corners within the Chesley Fogg and R. S. Wasdin. The board then took a recess un- were there developed. There out In love. We can only say, widening state highway; No. 4 at !

J Monday crown of glory of the highway be spectors. til Wednesday May 18th at which. is nowhere a nobler purpose.We may the blessings of our Lord be point where It passes through this

A. :J_GruTls. marked by appropriate reference Precinct No. Five, Hampton I* time they will meet to restore any are proud of our Southern with you always with your example city rr-

Secy. points equidistant and on' either J. Wynn, clerk} B. Y< Saxon ,J. E. names erroneously stricken from soldiers. but the pride U nationalnot before us, we are better citizens c

.' 8trkeCarola Cafe Improved.. ilde; Of the corner and that those Adidas, and T. J. Perry Inspectors. the. registration books, provided merely sectional. You are and better, ChristlAns. With Bartow-J. A. Porter, Joe Walker 'sl ;4

. ... A AlrPor .open- corners within'the highway right- Precinct No. Six;; Theressa: John anyone should appear to make reverenced In New England as well the heritage you nave given. us, we] and D. L. Finger took over May i i
4rVcently'Ap0pk of-way but not within the shoulders Hall, clerk; A. I.. Sullivan, D. J. complaints. a.* In the South. Wherever you go must carry oo.. Terminal Service Station recently. i

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;'ryt, Mlw Lore. preen Cr. Mra. P. P. Dke. Cor. M... Lao Mae Lewi-. Cor. M... R...-. Cel.ler.. Cor. Miss Ell.. Blaek-rlrr. V.... I MI.. Rimlye Prl.*le, Cor.. I Mr.*. n. M. McRae., Coi.

d Miss Pauline Greene spent Saturday Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle had ar- Services were held at Rock Mrs J. W. Moore and sons By- Mrs. Mable Scott was called to Mr. St. Clair Moseley and staters. The singing convention

night In Starke with her guests last week, Miss Catherine church last Saturday and Sunday Rum and Charles of Valdosta Ga., the bedside of her father, Mr. WIl- Evelyn and Emmalyne were Level Church Sunday at Pine,
J. A. Townsend andJ. Anderson of Brooker.Mr. pent last week-end with her aunt lie Canton last I was well &to
cousins, Miss Hazel and Ida Mae nanew Mrs. by Pastor Friday. i shopping in Jacksonville SaturdayMr. tended and enjoyed by

) Johns. A. Jr., of Madison Miss Aleene Pervls Lewis of Jackson Miis. Ida Hagan. I Miss Pearl Carlton Is visiting' : C A. Prlngle left Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. .1, E. everybody.

Miss Clyde Morgan of Graham, Smith and Mrs. E. V. Wilson of villa and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Brook' Rev. Hemingway of Starke, filled friends and* relatives In Leesburg I I for Hot Springs Ark., where he visiting Mr. and Mrs.Drlgfrera J. Were

,r spent Saturday night with Miss Jacksonville.Miss and children of Winter Haven his regular appointment at the for a few weeks. I will spend several weeks" for his gers Sunday afternoon W Drl s'

1'p I' t Hazel and Ida Mae Johns. Ruby Whitehumt left Sun pent! Sunday night here with Mr Baptist church this week-end. Mr. H Q. Crawford picked five I health. ** Mr. and Mrs. J. W.

1 Miss Suede Welle was the guest day for here home in Florence S and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. Min Floyd Fender and daughter, crates and twenty-three quarts of I Mr. St. Clair Moseley and Kay lltle son Edwin of McRae and

3 H of Miss Annie Sweat Sunday after C. She was accompanied by he Mr. Arch Thomas of Starke wa- Miss Ruth Fender and Mr. R. L. 'strawberries Monday Prlngla, Misses Emmalyne and i the week-end here, with Starke. spent

', + h noon. aunt, Milts Gladys Duke who will attending to business In our section flatten and daughter Miss Anna Mi-, and Mrs. Irving Brooks and Evelvn Mosely and Mildred Hall I Mr. Gilchrist Andrews relatives.

I k : Miss Reba Green spent Saturday ; enter training at Duke Hospital ir Saturday. Batten, attended the baccaula- children of Winter Haven are visiting attended church at New River Sat- and brother of Miami
; Il 'S night and Sunday with Miss Florence. We with Miss Duke suc Supt. A. J. Griffis of Starke reate sermon at Keystone Heights their parents, Mr. and Mrs. urday night. were visiting: Mr. and of Lake Butler

;r Genevieve Sanders. cess In her chosen profession.J. was In our section Saturday after Sunday evening. Miss Fender Is Walter Brooks for a few days. :Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hall attended Mrs. Joseph'Norman

W. Oalney O. P. Dekle and? noon. an eighth grade graduate and Miss Mr. Jim Brown few Sunday.
t 4,1, Mr. Otis Morgan of Valrlco, was picked a the ball game at the state farm Elder and Mrs.
s. V ,* visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. C. demons Julian Dekle visited relatives in Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Johns an" I Batten is a senior graduate.Rev. hampers of beans last Friday. Sunday afternoon. Belle is J. T. Barnes of

14, : Sunday night. Jacksonville Thursday of last week daughter Dorothy of Jackson and Mrs. S. H. Dodd enter Mrs. Mable Chone of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pringle and with friends.spending a few days here

'' nl Miss Juanita Williams spent last and Tuesday of this week. vllle were visiting: relatives her tained! at their borne Saturday evening spent the night with her parents children were visiting Mrs. C. A. Mrs.

14r y i week In Starke with Miss Lenoa Mr. and Mrs. George William recently. the Thereasa Christian Union, Mr. and Mrs. Joale McLeod Pringlo Sunday. week in Joseph Norman spent last/
?i and Bertie Mae Ward. have returned from Lake Jovlta Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Tbcma- Many interesting games were played last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClellan, Mrs. Butler with her

u, l t ti Mr. Roy Carter spent Thursday and arc pleasantly located with his and children Mr. and Mrs. Loui and enjoyed also music and Those who attended the Ice' Mr. Guy Futch and :Mrs. W. H mother Mr. and Mrs.J. E. Andrews.

night and Friday In Lake Butler parents' Mr. and Mrs. John Wil! Clemons and daughters of Starke songs The main feature of the cream supper at Mr. H. G. Prlngle spent the week-end In Mr. H. H. Lewis and
j with bin. cousin. Mr. Albert Wil liams. spent Sunday here with relatives. I evening was the delicious refreshments ford's last Friday night craw-I: Jacksonville with friends and rela Mrs. E. C. Lewis were visIting _-

!flame Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green have _Mr.n. Will.. .._ Andrews of__ _New___ _River n __ consisting of sandwiches, I and Mrs A. V. tives. relatives at Lake Geneva.- H',, .

A !k Miss Josephine .Green was visitIng moved into the house with his pa/- passed through our section Tues salads cakes and lemonade. Everyone children Mr. and Mrs. C. W: ca.r-I Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle were day; and were accompanied home
I by Mrs. E. J. Lewis
''! a eI Miss Pauline and Lorene Green ents. day.Mr. present enjoyed this event. lisle and children and Mr. Spence shopping In Starke Saturday. who has been

Thursday afternoon. Mrs Iola Douglass of Brooker and Mrs. R. B. Thomas were The many friends of Mr. and Dicks and Mr. Raymond Dicks. AU Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle and visiting relatives there.

L 1, Miss Emma Woodle was the visited her sister, Mrs. M. P. Dekle attending to business In Starke Mrs. John Jordan of Putnam Hall enjoyed themselves very much, Mrs. C. A. Pringle were visiting Lake Mr.Butler and Mrs. T D. Proctor of

I guest of Miss Annie Sweat Sunday here Sunday. Saturday afternoo congratulate them on the arrival Mr. Kenneth and Miss Lorna relatives in Brycevllle Friday. Mrs. J. E. were visiting Mr. and

+ ,1 afternoon. Klrke and Julian Dekle Miss Mr. J.V.. Lewis and daughter, of a little daughter born April 23. Crawford and Mr. C. W. Carlisle Mrs. Donle Pringle and Miss Norman Tuesday.

r Mrs. W. C. Clemons was visiting Aleene Smith and Mrs. E. V. Wilson Lula Mae were visiting in Starke The little miss has been named made a business trip to Worth- Evelyn Mosely attended church at Elder S. S. Proctor of Lake Buter .

r st iN Mrs. E. Lewis Monday afternoon. attended the pound party at Saturday.Mrs. Willie Mae. ington Springs last Saturday. Lawtey Sunday. was among those who attendedthe l lI

Mr. and Mrs. E. Lewis and the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray I. W. Dyal and daughter Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan entertained Miss Dorrie Crawford has re- I singing convention Sunday.Mr. .

r daughter Agnes were the guestsof mond Hewitt Saturday evening.Mr. Marlon of Graham spent several at their home Friday eve turned home from Jacksonville Fort Myers-Rosen and Flschel and Mrs. E. J. McRne and

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Clemons and Mrs. Ben F. Gainey Mr. days of last week here with Mrs ning the Tberessa B. Y. P. U. A where she baa been working for Chicago submitted low bid of son, B. J., of Waldo spent the

+, '# Thursday evening. and Mrs. Brady Keerce gave a din Dyal's parents. large crowd attended and supper sometime.Mr. $208,350 for construction of proposed week-end here with Mr. and Mrs.

ner Monday honoring Mr. J. N. Mr. C. F. Litchfleld and Mr. T. was served at a late hour. AU the and Mrs. J. B. Crawford of post office building. Walter Underbill.

Gainey whose birthday falls on D. Dyal were attending to business quests reported having enjoyed the Jacksonville were visiting his parents .

4n } .6 BROOKER May 2nd. Among those presentwere In Starke Monday. evening. Mr. and Mrs. H. G Craw Tarpon Springs-M. P. Boggs Lakeland-Growers Selling Ser

; Mr, and Mra. Henry Keerce, Mr. O. W. Dyal and son Irvin Miss Elsie Belle Geiger was visiting ford last Thursday night.VANDERBILT. Jewelry Co "....ned In Tarpon vice Inc" capitalized at $10,000

yl MI.. Vera, aam.y, Gen Mrs. Ann Brooks and J. W. Gainey, and Elzle Makers of Graham were her cousin Miss Muriel Hall Electric Supply Co. granted charter recently.

K. P. Dekle Mrs Wilson and In our section Monday. of Hampton last week. She returned .

r Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey were Miss Smith called on Rev. S. S. Mr. W. J. Johns of Starke spent to her borne here Saturdayand REPORT OP THH BOARD OF POND TRtTSTBRa OF BRADFORD

; ta. Starke Tuesday afternoon. Proctor and Mrs. A. E. Proctor Sunday here with his daughter, was accompanied home by I IAlvarezDeBose COUNTY SIX MONTH' KHIJINO DECEMBER Slt. 1M1

I 1 Mr. and Mre. M. P. Matheny Monday. and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miss Muriel Hall who Is visiting Carrie Bell Nor... Cor. Dlebmet.e.ts

'y' were attending to business In Mr. and Mrs. Dana L. Duke called Lewis. her this week., Haynes July Tth. exp.. 1911)O June meeting ________________________. I to
t Ocala Saturday. on Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle Mr. and Mrs. Johnson of Graham Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Koon of Wal-, W. H. Torode, xp. -Juno meeting ____.?________?________ 6 Dew
s last Sunday here with : i Sowell expo June meetings ___?.________________. 11)00
Miss Mae Waters of Belle was Sunday. spent do were visiting Mrs. Koon's slater Miss Candacy Alvarez and Mr. C. A. Futch, .al.ory secretary for Juno ____________________... 10,00
4 here visiting her brother, L. R. Mallle Surrency. Roy Lester and Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Prescot. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hall last C. A. Futch. Incidental exp. on parta .________________?___. 110
,1ri Russell Green of Brooker were Irving DeBose were qultely mar- Marks Telephone Co., phon. service. _?___?___--a.._______. 1 OfM
Waters last week. Services were Held at Deadon Sunday.Mrs. ried at 8:30: o'clock Saturday eve- C. A. Knight onm. on taxes collected .______________________ __ u.
+ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas and visiting friends here Sunday.The Saturday and Sunday by Pastor J. P. Rum Mott. hauling. pip 4,((101147J
Roy Dickinson. Mrs. W. H. ---- ------------------------------ -
nlnlg at home. Miss Alvarez Is __ ._ __ _______ .._
tk : Pentecostal services con Harry Stern lumber ____?_ _
4 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mathews McGauley of Brooker. Hall and Mr. J. I. Carstensen were the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Standard Oil Company ga and oil ___________________________?_ 44fiO
'a spent last week-end here with their tinue to draw the crowds. Much Interest Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kelley and visitors to Starke Tuesday.Mr. Anderson. Oarage repair, etc. _._.,____________?_________ 6,31
V mother Mrs. Alice Is being manifested. They Alvareas. She is & charming I'arke Hardware Companyunpllea ___________?___________ 8 55
Thomas. I
c I little son and J. T. Sowell of Lacrosse Howard Moore of Gainesville young lady' and won many: friendsIn Tor-de Chevrolet Co, labor and supplies ___________________. 16 50
have obtained the of the old
Among those attending church use 3 F. Collv renalra An0
were visiting Mr. Kelley'afather. pent the week-end with his -------------------------------
and will par- this community and is loved __. 1300 I
Five Mile school Anderson Brothers repairs
at New Hope last Sunday building --- ??------------------- -
t were Rev. J. H.'Kelley Saturday.Mr. enta, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore. by all. Mr. and Mrs. DeBose left A Hir'mann, trnotor renalr ..... 400
,' start school In the I -------- -------------- -----
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Oalney. Mrs. H. a Sunday near **" -IM 55
W. Shaw attended churchat Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Swindell and T> Mondv grader part
Oalney Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Hazen future. Henry ; Saturday night to make their home Rltrh' Service Station supplies---'f---------------___________-_______-.e --_ 27.90
New Hope Saturday and Sun- children, were visiting their daugh- at Little Springs. Ru"oman Tractor Company part for tractor ..154,14J.
jh visited ---------- -
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hazen Mr. and Our section was by a Andrews. Jr, truck 3220
ter. Mr. and W. repair.
John Jordan of I Mrs. Ellen Barber of Jacksonville ------- ----- '
Mrs. C. C. nice rain Saturday.Mr. Rank of Starke, roll 1 __, .n4 M
w"I r Mr. and Melvin Mrs A.Mrs.L. Green J. J. Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Wlllington of Worthington day.Little Junior Shaw and Orval Putnam Hall Sunday. ; spent the weekend home W.; B. Torode, warehouse pay rent-___. =::=::::=:=::::::==::-- 10.00

@t and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and were here Monday.Mrs. Litchfleld Is on the sick list at this Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Carstensenand ,with her parents Mr. and Mrs. F'i Hitch's August Service g. 1011 Station: gas and oilAnderson's 2 A IA
Henry ----?-----------------
writing. We hope that they will children were filters to M. Norman. GaraRrsnalrs __ .. /An
; ,ail' Shaw Mattle Blelllng and Mrs. -----------------------
H Y -- be out- Starke Monday. Messrs. H. L. and Frank Nor Starke Hardware Comnanv. nail _..______________________'0. 2 T5
Dab Mavis Rebn of Worthington called again soon. __ __ ... 126
Mr. Lee of Clay" county was I r Cnllev l repairingarader _
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+l'1'; visiting friends here on Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle Mon Mr. E. K. Perryman of Starke Everyone Invited; to attend the man made a business trip to Jacksonville 'a't of Stark, pay roll ::=---::-____--?:=-==-=-----.441.10:
Saturday. temperance _________ 16075
was in our section one day last program given by the Friday. Purirman Tractor (Company payment on tractor _
1 Elder W. M. Moody of Lacrosse day. Bradford County Telegraph order blank. .. 2175
B. Y. P. U. at the --------- -------
week. Baptist church Mrs. W. F. Burton of Dukes Is R. R. Thednalla __ _____ 100
was visiting friends here Among those attending the musical ---- -- -----------------
Sunday. next Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. week Rtarke Telephone, Company phone service _______ .65
We are to hear that little spending a with friends in ----------
H. P. Oalney John Mott R. T.Osteen. at the home of Mr. and Mrs.P. sorry Oulf Refining Company. su piles .. 240D.
---- --
---- -?----- --
A. B. Surrency L. R. P. Dekle Monday evening were Marion Dyal of Graham Is 111 at Mr. L. W. Alford was a visitorto this community. A. Lubricant Company 1-8 drum No SBurnmn ----------?------- 44555
r this writing. We are all hope for Starke Tuesday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson and Tractor Company 1-1 drum lubricant -----?-------- 4t U
; and Joe Smith Mills Mr. and
4 .Oalney C. C. Melvin Kelly.
f i were attending M W. T>. Drew Company mlnutt book sheet I40
:(y ,' to business In Starke Mon Mrs. T. D. Proctor Lake Butler her a speedy recovery.BOATDRAIN. and Mrs. J. I. Carstenson daughter Susie of Raiford spent Standard 011 ('''mn""v. ...* and oil ------------------------ I'llfi
and children were her sister Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.. F. M.\ C. A. Futch salary for July $005
'i day. Mr. and Mrs. Dana L. Duke Rea- visiting ---------------------------- nn
; o. Haynes. July mrln
Mrs. John Jordan Norman.A expense -------- ----- ------ -
4yt Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell of ale Carleton Robbie Joel and of Putnam 1 T. W "'Rowetl exn-ne for July meeting; _____-_ ..-..--.------- 1 nn
Hall Sunday.Mrs. large number folks from this Oulf Reflnlnir' Company, was and oil ____ 84.74
x Leon Parrish. ---------------------
Mlcanopy were visiting friends and J. P. Dickinson attended the J W. Andrew, Jr,, account ___________________________u_____- .4'12
4 relatives here Sunday. 4) . gave a peanut community singing Ran' P"II<. hauling nine -___---...------.--r.----- N'nn
poppln' last Thursday night. A convention at Pine Level Sunday. W. 15. Torode. warehouse rent 1n A0
Mr. and Susie -------------------------
Mrs. W. W. Baxter and St. Augustine-Property ownersat Mr* Gtli.on
9 fiO
And-r-on Bros, repair
large crowd attended_and Remember there will be a sing -------- ------------------
"1, Mrs. Josephine Crotty of Jacksonville Surfaide transforming stretch A M n'anohard. gas 1 _, 455
from Beach Surfaide fun. out at Wateroak Sunday afternoonat Harry" Stern: brldirA' h ;;'1.e"i _==.__._____:::-_==:::=:=:::.:::-=_ .16128:
Vlln.no to into
spent herewith
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Johns visited '
September T. 1931:
3:30: o'clock. Everybody Is Invited -
iM friends and relatives' attractive beach colony. Mr. Marion Gllsson and o Havno-. Ausrnet meeting __ J)0XAO)
t family expense ----- -------- -- ----
to attend. W. "PI r-ornd, .,,""n e Auaruet meetln -.. --
Mra. Annie Picholster ?---------- -- ----
spent last Sunday afternoon.Mr. Don't, forget prayer meeting ev- TA W. Rowoll.' expense August moellng __________________u-- ItOOJO
week in Jacksonville, with her sister Fort Pierce-Sagamore Groves Seebe Sapp visited Mr. MarIon HAMPTON r'. A. Flitchalary secretary. August ________________________ nil
Ij Mrs. ery Thursday night and B. Y. P. U. : '< arke Telophon, ('om"......., phone service __ 1 VI
C. M. Andrews and her Inc., real estate granted charter. Glisson and -------------------
family Sunday. at 7:30: o'clock out n-r- -.tsrsV h.ldg' ,ss ,lumber _____ JIT'S'
on Sunday night ---------- ?--------------- '
brother, Mr. W. W Baxter. Miss A" Pflmmo. Cor. .. 1114 1
? Mills Mr. M "W Mann, brld"re lumber
} Cherry Harrell visited ---------------------------- -
Mr. W. W. Robert of Lacrosse Eiistls and Co. at Wateroak. Everybody is cordially H B. K..I'. ''., bridge lumber -_____________________u____-__ A< nfSHO
!! -Chapman Inc., :ind Mrs. Frank Coleman Sunday invited to come and take r. F O"II.v. ren-ira' nn srrnder _______.,
baa -------- ----------- --'-
opened a store here. Miss mans and women's ready-to-wear ifternoon. Rev. McGauley will preach at N.arrv -tern, brldtrlnmbr ___., .... IC U
------- ------------ -----
Lubedla Plnholster has the the church part. W. f. Torode warehouse rent _, 1005Rltch's
positionof establishment, opened for business Mr. Frank Harrell visited Mr. Baptist next Sunday "R.rvir.' Stntlnn 011.. .to.- -------------------------- In fin
clerk. ----------------------
i rn-r tay; and Magnolia. lerman Lee Sunday morning. morning and evening.The Rfa..dTd OH' Comnany. gsa and nil Is BOA.
rl Baptist Sunday school will riiilf' Tlflnlnor. Comnanv gas and oil ---- ----------. .. '8" "s
1 ?ti Torod Chevrolet Company., labor and part_.-------- .- 17 III-
put on a Cradle Roll SAMPSON CITY
L- program next:' I C. A. JCnltrht. Com on taxes ----___________---------------, -- .1,74
:SCHOOL DAYS DWIG Sunday morning at 10:30, as follows Bank nf Starlr' pay roll ________________________-- '451.1
L --- By : Opening song, by junior and His Dorotky 8 ml Ik, Co. October 6th, 19111O
IT-yne*. -xpense trustee meetlnir. September __--------- 1'(ID
A Intermediate girls followed by a W. Fl Torod, exnense trn.tem..etlnir. September ---------- 350eA4
solo Miss returned T,. W ..".....11. eTnenHe. mA.tlnir. September ,
by Annie Laura Tucker; Mrs. S. B. Jones home -----?----------- ,It 00
f A Fut-h. salary September .
Aa --- ---------?----?-- -"-
) Scripture quotations by Elaine after spending a week In Palmetto. Rank of Stark! pay roll _. -U t7
.,. Wynn, Mildred Blrt and Dorothy Miss Weaver and Mrs. A. K. (". A Knlvhr. commission on taxe .---------------- _- BBS
W. E.! T-"ode. warehouse rent __ 10 no
Meade; Prayer; Report of Cradle Smith were visiting In Hawthorn Torod Chevrolet Company, truck nnrts__________________----.- 1 RO
Roll by Secretary Eleanor Harrison Thursday.Rev. C. A. Fich. exnense. on grader blade _______________*_____--<- 'IfStarke
inbone Company, nhon service------.--r-i-.-.--- 7n
Song of Butler of New filled
; welcome Carolyn Harrison River Standard Oil Comnany, gas and oil ------ __---- 3460 J
; .Reading Alvin Easton and his regular appointment here Sun- Bradford County Telegraph pub. statement and time cards. .-- ": ?
.. J. F. roller repair. work .. 875
'IWu. Leila May Sparkman --- -.w----
; Song by .U
Oulf R-ftnine oil
) "; Company and
day.Church gas ----------
q feoEel.f \ Mlas Mast has been from 660
Mary ; Reading by Mar changed M T> Moody, bind ---------- --

iiiI ..e I gie Johns: Song by Shirley Col- the first to second Sunday of the O"1'I..v Anderson A Bros.Davis,', ,repair aunplle-----__--.-_-.--------- 144 170
AtDC. -- -----
KIA't, ley; The Value of the Cradle Roll month. Services morning and eve- City Llrht A Water Plant water service -__------------- n.
by> Miss City of Btarke.' pine "l____________----.L-. R n.
primary teacher.
Joyce ning.Miss T M Edward, surveying, _., ..17.75
t Mast; Discussion by superintendent Frances Murrhee of Graham Hltch'a Servlce'fitatlon. supplies' _
1.M of primary department Mrs. came Sunday night and or- Burrman: Tractoo: Company: tractor-part :::-._:.::=====. 6,ft
November 3. 1911
M J. R. Colley; Closing prayer by ganized a Christian Endeavor So- (I. Mayne: expense. meetlnir, October. -------r.---- Ion
i W. W. Torode, meeting October., a 00
Joyce Mast.A ciety. Everyone is cordially: invited .pena. : ----------
1 tr I- W. Sowell expend meeting October LAO
surprise party was given Mr. to attend the meetings every ('. A. Fntch. alary, October 3n 00
and Mrs. Frank Smith managersof Sunday at 7:30: p. m. W. E. Torode, warehouse rent _____ -.?.. ____ 14.f.
3 F. Colley. labor and bolt _. __ .
---------- ------
; Hampton Hotel last Friday' eve- Mr. and Mrs. Mott and childrenof TAuritman Tractor Company. two notes and' Interest --- as ort

/;. ..; ning. The guests about thirty arrived Brooker attended church here R. S. Swindle' r-pafr bridge __--- ..--- 100
', 043
I rstn Harry. Stern brlda1.. Iambr .
4X tEe+nle Tq'rt .d. at the botel about 8 6'clock Sunday.Mr. Standard oil Company supplies -_. 7'0
M -- -
r OMQ t rROdttgNT .. Oi with plenty of refreshments, con- and Mrs. Carl Wynn of New Oulf R-flnlna Company supplies ,- -.--"" --::.65

1Wt slating of cake and cream. They River were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bank. December of Rtark Tth.. pay 111, roll: _______ --__ ..

entered> the lobby where Mr. and Jack Wynn Sunday afternoon. O. Hayne., expense meeting, November. -_--..----....-___- 100
Mrs. Smith Gene McKinney was visiting In W. K Tnrode, expenca. meeting, November -_ I M
were sitting. The H. P; Dalney exp..ne meeting. November -?..-..??-,,.......- 5'nlt
guests were given a warm welcome Palatka Tuesday. C A. Fetch salary, November ____..... -.r.-..4'...?., 10 00
by hostesses. Mr. J. Everyone is cordially Invited to Bank of Stark., pay roll. ._____ -- 'CUott
Pursley T.loyd Padvett. one day. labor .___,".. ,?. -"- 160
Q acting as toastmaster attend the dedication of the Christian 1"
r Many interesting Rv-rett Oalney, one day labor_ .- -" ---
toaatel i were delivered by church the second Sunday in n. R. Colson 10 gallons gas -,----.-,?-..._--... ..- lIlt
I H R. Brown ,
d t l both the gentlemen and the ladies June. Dinner on the ground. M. W. Mann lumber- -. -. -- -. --. --- -?---- .In"

a. and each one expressed their ap- J. R. .Mott Chevrolet, lumberTorode Company_____ supplies___ .-______ ..-_ 2414 1,10

: : reciation of this couple being citizens Lake Wales-Ridge Citrus Sales W. B. Torode, warehouse. rent -- .w. .. ---- 10'on

and co-workers with us. and Corporation capitalized at 925,000, Gulf A. Hartmann Refining Company labor on,truck gas. and 011. ,, ", _.. 19"I 00

_ } ( / / gave them a hearty welcome. Music granted charter recently. Bradford County Telegraph. report-card -.r--------- 15 t5.

was furnished by MUja Hilda n A. Lubricant. 1-1 bbl. lubricant -------___--_-- n'
V Quieter A DIl..IIII.. supplies lied
--- -- -- ,
Durden and Mr. Frank Smith. A Tarpon Springs--Carload King- T. F Coney bolt eta '
reading was given by Miss Eliza flab shipped recently by McCreary Stark Hardware. Company.suppllee;; :___:___________::.:::.,.::._._ 906:
Burgman Tractor Company not 1 11-10-11 also' Int. for Do. not '\
i r beth Tuten. A general good time Fisheries to New York. C A. Knight commission on taxes _..-.._...._, a....-..---.H 1'.1 6
r and Ice cream and cake was enjoyed City of Starke, 1-1 labor on creek ,, .. __ .. ..__- .- 18"' JJ
-- -&, Standard OH Company, can and oil ?
aIL The -- -( -
.. by out of town Cemetery beside her husband. w w. K. Tor d.. Burgman Tractor not. .... __150.04
-- .... guests who participated In this delightful Mack Geiger who preceded her RECAPITULATION
... :! affair were Mrs. Gladys several Mrs. Is ,Tune 10 Mil, amount on hand .-. ...., ........ .., .T'O.It
years ago. Geiger December m l
--Ir. 1l. receipts ..ess a*
Tuten and daughter Miss Elizabeth pleasantly' remembered here as Den 10.: lilt disbursementsn __ ..185..41

; J) of Palatka. Miss Florida Beasley. *<,.. 11. 1931, outstanding warrant ,--.,,.. -. 10014
f4 # / December 11. amount to balance /fOL/1_
/ r4 The remains of Mr*. Florida O. 1.; Harrison who liaa been

I Geiger of Miami but formerly of transacting business In Norfolk. 11.110.41 1I"'
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.. .
: our town were brought here last Va., returned to hla home here last December 11. MSI. amount oa band _________ '.IB1.1I1

4 i. Monday, and entered In Santa Fefagjf Saturday., C. A, FUTCH. Secretary.. E. 8. MATTHEws, Chairman.PAe .


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found in a swamp after a fire w ... ,
grass ::: liable for the full amount of :
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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs, belt around the hips the only Iden-I 4sl ::8 4s 9/0lQ to ptay Bridge principal. PubliCJSpeaking J JI.

tifying mark. Constable Jack
Where\ an !auto! tag agency Issuesa I.
Strickland said the girl I AUCTSOMCONTRACT 1
apparentlywas "
five ,r.<{ tag to a person and fall to collect
ab4iut feet fou- inches. DatesAnranged
the proper amount the tag ;
The belt was set at 36 inches. A rr agent, under the law, could haveno 1

[LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD bullet had punctured the skull in I Hen the The law ; '
the left temple and had a against car. There Will public speaking at .( ) ;

oa the other side. The gruesomefind emerged JyWynne Ferguson gives the state a lien on the car the following named place on the 1 I; ')1 i.

was at the end of the old road I where the owner purchases no tag dates given, for the purpose of getting ;
which Author of "PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE at all, but does not provide for the public and county candidates ,'. !
authorities said once led to a any lien whatever where the together. The .b k'' .'
public is
BY OVR EXCHANGES road house of shady reputation cordially \ : ,
which Copulght, 11)31,ly JiiO'Ielr. wrong amount Is collected when Invited to attend out or more I

-------- ..-woo,..., "' u ._ !: was of neighbors.finally closed oa complaints the tag is sold. of these meetings and the co.ndi'I p';:.; 'r'I r J,

ARTICLE No. 27 I dates are expected to be present. ( '
Lauderdale-Add fish stories: of the white men was Sam Lord, .
I The of automobile
possession an
Ft Speaking to begin promptly at 8 yaG
Alexander Hamilton Stevens felt a arrested Monday night near the deserted INSANE PERSONS CANNOT There are still a number of Auction Club-A..9 license tag by a purchaser, delivered o'clock p. m. at each. place. ;' .(' {; !1.,

oil his une. He hauled In. Hebj beach spot where Romberg-I QUALIFY FOR LEGISLATURE and Contract: player who Ie dealer Diamond*'- K, J, 3Sp to him by a. tag agency Is Each candidate is it''f'
quart of Bourbon, en- er's body washed ashore Tuesday Jo not understand. what to do with de.-Q. J, Ill. 9,5 requested i''
booked a sufficient proof or receipt for pay possible to his '
certain! of hand. Moat : complete talk withIn 1
types playersknow Should bid
I and as far as morning. Names of you one no trump or one ,
the other white "
rusted in barnacles I Attorney General Landis says Voting when to bid no trump or one of a spade? I ment in full for inch tag. 20 minutes. ,\',' '.

Mown.. age-mellowed In the solitude man and the negroes were not giv-. Restrictions Would Forbid. suit but every now and then they hold This i.t a very close band. Personally Where a tag agent does not collect The speakers will be called M. ) i" \ 1

of the New River bed. en out. Police were informed that: hands that puzzle them. For example, the writer prefer a spade bid< at either' the full amount due for the their names appear on the dummy : 1 I ,
the unidentified white man was responsible Declaring that a man who has suppose you demit and held the follow Auction or Contract. but: would not tag, the remaining amount Is due ballot as printed In the Telegraph :ti.;
Effective at for the death of the bor- ing hand: criticize a no trump These two hand
Petersburg been declared the tag agent who sold such tag, the first will 'I
St. insane, and who nev- Hearts- A K, J indicative of the night begin with the>
that 5th'
midnight local police began fingerprinting der patrolman. er has had his t and not the motor vehicle com- state senators and
; sanity restored leg- Clubs-o, 4, 3 confront Auction or Contract player go dawn the .' \
\ : all persons arrested ally, has announced for representative Diamond*-A, K, Q who have not yet mastered the proper : missioner. The latter looks to the second night will begin at bottomof

plaCed under bond of more than $5.A : Jacksonville-The Florida Pen- in his county a certain clerk Spades 8,5, 4 bid of the dealer. The dealer u in a tag agent and la protected by the list and go up and In like man :

wave of protest greeted Chief B.H Insular Hotel Corporation, formerly of the court In Florida has writtento What would you bid? The cnJy peculiarpo.ition.forhecanalway.aiveproper ; tag agent's bond. There la no way ner will alternate through out the i'.',

Noel's announcement of the new the Florida Collier Coast Ho- Attorney General Landis want bid with this hand at either exact information. For that reason he to; compel the purchaser to pay entire speaking Itinerary. C;I'' !
tels Inc. Auction or Contract i i. one no trump, should strive to bid correctly. To
was petitioned into receivership pam- the difference after he has been
order. ing to know what to do about it. Theressa, school house Tuesday ': ,
and yet the holder of this hand passed. under certain circumstances is .w j iyt}
today on a claim for $3- General Landis replied as follows It is too strong to justify a pas for, if bad as to bid Incorrectly Don just t pass delivered a tag by the agent for May 10.Graham. r

Punta Gorda-Hail stones, someof 140.70T" The company operator of : you do, there is a very good chance of sound bid for to do so is just. a. mi*. less amount than the full legal school house. Thursday, \' f '.

them as large as hen eggs, fell hotels in Tampa, West Palm Beach, "To be eligible to become a can- the hand being paired.' out. A suit bid leading a* an unsound bid. Your partner price of the tag. May 12. ,,

for about ten minutes here during Lakeland, Bradenton and Sara- didate for public office a person Would mislead partner a* to itrcngth depends on you a* dealer to Rive New River, school house, Tues ti6

afternoon. There was no known Suta, agreed to the receivership in must be elector. held. exact information both by your bid. The statute very definitely re- day, May ILHampton
the qualified as an Here' another hand and .
property damage, but tomato and an answer filed in federal court to Section 243 Compiled General hearts-A, K, 4 : all times.your passes; so strive to do so at quires the poll list and oaths of town hall Thursday.. '

pepper plantings were considerably the suit brought by the Tabard Laws '1927 provides that the following the inspectors and clerks of theirlmiry May 10.Brooker.

hurt It was the first hall in this(I Press of New York for allegedly classes of persona are not Problem Hand No. 1 election together with all school house, Friday, l I

The entire 1, unpaid accounts. Henry W. Dew ballot boxes ballots, ballot stubs SO. '
section in many years. entitled to vote: Hearts- K, J Henrts- 10, 8, :2 May I'I ,
neighboring area was visited by a, of Jacksonville was appointed receiver "First, persons not duly regis- ClubsJ, 6, 3, :2 : Y t Club*-none memoranda, and papers of all Woodlawn school house, Tuesday wr

rain storm. I for the properltiea by Fed- tered according to law. i Diamond-9 3,2: : A B- : Diamond-A,K3,8,7,5 kinds used by the Inspectors and May 24.Heilbronn .

.- eral Judge Alexander Akerman. He "Second, persons under guardianship Spadea-AK,10,4? 1 Z : Spade.-9,7,3, .i clerks In conducting such election school house, Thursday u!

Tallahassee-The state forestry: was instructed to file with the including those kept in to be transmitted sealed up by the May 20. 1 1;

announced CUrtiss court within 60 days an inventory hand Inspectors! to the supervisors of Lawtey, school house '
board today prison. No score, rubber game. hand Z failed! to. follow suit Tuesday, of
Vanzant of Milliard was acquittedat of all the company's properties and "Third persons who are Insaneor I in. applicable either to Auction or to on the second round of spades. registration to be filed In his office May 31.Starke. ; '+

Fernandina of charges of set- assets. Dew also was ordered to idiotic. Contract. Z dealt and pawed! A bid A 11a and carefully preserved by him school house, Thursday, ; ,;
continue the one Y one no it passed was now position where he :until after the next preceding gen June 2.
ting fire to woods within the NasMU -: operation of business "Fourth persons who have been spade trumPl could count Z'a hand very accurately.? u2 m ,'
and Z bid two heart. Y passed eral election.
county fire control unit The and to pay the operating expenses. convicted of Y'alead of the and of heart
any felony by any and B bid two spades, Z bid three are trey
acquittal the announcement said, court of record, and who have not clubs A and Y passed and B bid three and the fact that B held l the deuce I DUMMY rr ,E
was based on Vanzant's being Tallahassee-The Florida Rail- been restored to citizenship. spade Z bid four clubs A doubled, Indicated that Y originally held only In construing this provision of t I'

judged Insane, and continued that road commission today authorized "There are other grounds of disqualification Y reUnuMed! and B bid four spades two heart Therefore Z must have the statute former Attorney General Carryingnam s of stale and o'un. ? '"'

he had been ordered taken to the railroads operating in the state to in the same section Z and A paused, Y doubled, B redoubled club held six indicated hearts.that Z'a he bid and rebid of Davis in a letter dated Sep- ty candidate. /In the who Telegraph haw rormitllr to ihl asnouno.d *- { i
have held
Insane at Chat- increase intrastate freight rates on and all passed. Y opened the tember 20, 1023 stated that the data. ThU In not an ofTlolitl ballot, 21 r ruarrylnr
state hospital for I which are too long to quote in this ace of hearts and then led the trey nt 'least five club so that his original commissioners are required to names ,.f ell crtndlrint.i for *
tahoochee. Vanzant the state- the same basis as allowed by the letter, but which you may ascer- How.ll/uldA play the combined: hands? holding must have been six hearts tlirrrt>nt ultloin, but l Hal* only thoM f ti
Interstate Commerce Commission five clubs spade and diamond have two sets of ballot boxes-one oumlMuta who have announoa '
ment said had confessed setting. tain by reference to the statute. Solution: After winning the second one one
Therefore'A at the sixth trick I for' the primary election and one through. paid .dvarUa..m"nla In IbU ? t n, '
should r
tire to a number of wooded sections for interstate movements. The increases trick with the king of bran, A should paper for the olllc they ..ek.llMllut .
'I with few lead the king of I'Ie should then l lead a diamond? and finesse the J.iclc. for the general election. The legislature I
list- spade.
In Nassau county. I a exceptions Other opinions handed down by ; r v vName
Stud II
Played in this way A D should makein of 1928 re-established the Markml t* 'II 1.ht of I +
a low diamond and win the trick n
ed by the state commission, will go General Landis within the last. rp
Miami-A Miami mother who D's hand with the kit's. He should; 1 their contract for Y Z can make only two primary system. Therefore
would die with the birthof Into effect after May 5, 1932, and few days are as follows: then lend a low spade and win the trick the ace of hearts and two spade tiicks. whereas the statute required two lr..r Uovernt )
knew she for the .1 will cease to be effective March 31, A person who will not be 21 with the ace in his own band. In this Day out the hand fur practice. nets of ballot boxes under the one- Vot for On child made
her provision ji
1933, unless otherwise ordered by years of age on June 7 is not eligible .' ;
of unborn baby" in primary system, It now requires CALDWBL.L.CAR I,
education "my
the commission. Chief among the to vote In the primary elec- Problem Hand No. 2
I three sets-two to be used for the
a will filed in probate court here. exceptions made by the state commission A. HAIIDIOM ,,
tion. Hearts 6
: irlmtirles and one for the general I
document by Mrs.
The was signed
I was one exempting fertilizer Clubs-none TOM I1AUTV 11

Clara Duff Beauchamp, 35, former I materials and insecticides for Registration officers are requiredto Diamonds--none : election. A. HATHAWAY Its .f
post office employe,-who died last Spade -K, 9, 5.2 rl
agricultural and horticultural use note on the registration books 1 ;
Starke-Former DeWitt C. Jones
week ten days after the birth of Hearts-0,7 Heart.-10, 8.4.2Clubanone JOHN W MARTIN
: from the increases. The commis- taxes
those who have paid poll on Y hardware building being entirely
her son, J. Frank Beauchamp Jr. sion's order was issued here following or before May 21, which is the :i A B I t Club.noneDiamondRnone Diamond*- none remodeled preparatory to occu- Vole for.......t..r o. 8..ta ; !

| The will provided that $1,100 of a hearing held in March at last day for the payment of poll Spades-A, Q, 8 i Z 1 Spade*- 10 pancy by branch store of Baird one

her estate be converted into an which representatives of all rail taxes prior to the primary electionof Hardware Co. 11. A. DRAY dComrlasiuus

Insurance education annuity to be and motor lines in Florida ship- Heart- K, 9
June 7. .. ".rlIt... '
paid !hi four installments after the C'ub.nonebiamonds Vote Cur )
pers and other interested parties Second new lateral road from on "iFRANKLIN
boy Is graduated from high school, appeared and testified.MariannaBy who does not his none Aurantla section
A person pay Spade*-J, 6, 3 being completed. / O. KINO
and to provide for four years of poll taxes on or before May 21 Tltusvllle Star.IJIAKE .

[ college or business training. the largestcave should not be permitted to vote in There are no trump and! Z is In the should ll play' the king and then lead th. NATHAN MAYO A 2:

-- in Florida, and what some say either the primary elections of lead. How can YL win three of the nine. I H play low, should play th* fur llnllroad. <:..._......._

Tallahassee-Gordon Denmark is in many respects also the most .June 7 or June 28. To do so wouldbe five trick against any deft ? nine, forcing A in the lead. A can now TilE RIGHTCIlANGE Vot Cur on.. P :. X'I

Jacksonville "love slayer" who escaped remarkable, has been discoverednear Solution: Z should lead t" a jack of lead a heart or a spade. If the former w. u.JOHN. DOUQLAIlIi
unlawful for the person voting. i ia the -en.2 win the trick and leads 11If I.
from the state prison farm Marianna. The cave was dis- spades and A'* best play q" spade. tk A
-- A should play the ace, Y Z will win A lead the ace and small spade Y w NISWUEUN ,.'
at Raiford in a daring break with covered accidentally when a laborer It would be legal for supervisorsof the balance of the trick. If A allow will win the remaining trick 1 A'i' I
for ... ,
two other prisoners, gambled his on the farm of W. M. Stone four registration to advise election the Jack to hold the trick, A B can win ("Relatively Speaking") Vote fur Cun vn... r mn at Lurie ," l I { l,
In either therefore A B I
freedom his miles northwest of Marianna dug When A case can
against life prison In writing with reference only one trick. thereforf'1 one'L "
inspectors win only one spade and heart trick I JOHN T. AL.801&. *, Jr. .
bureau officials said. The commutation into the ground to kill a rattle- Individuals who play the queen of spade, ELECT -- '
to particular win the trick with the and lead so that Y Z win three of the five trick '
kinjr; fat ai---c.--; .2tti1
which changed his originaldeath snake and the earth caved in re-
have not paid their poll taxes on the air nf heart.. If R plays th.. ten, Z against any defense. Vote for uu.. W
sentence to a life term for vealing an opening. The owner ex-: 21.
or before May Franklin 0. b
the murder of James H. Hall Jack- plored the cavern finding an expansive :- King HAL Y. MA1NUS r ;

sonvllla groceryman in 1926, auto- underground cave about There is no provision made by tlon officer to take the registration I for a personal Inspection! of any J. M. MANN r

matically has been cancelled and 300 feet by 400 feet, with quite an statute for a person to change his books to the electors. The citizen of Florida and those in W. 111. MIODLWTONMember ; fit

Denmark will be sent to the chair amazing. picture of white granite, affiliation exceptIn law provides for the registrationbooks I charge of such records shall not

If ha is ever captured prison officials Innumerable sheila, and hanging political precincts party located'' wholly or in to be kept open In the office refuse this privilege to any citizen. Vot. (or 0110........ ll.pr.M.
! declared. Berta Hall, widowof garlands of dolomites, stylomltes in a city of more than 20,000 of the supervisor of registration i' l
the slain groceryman also was and other features which a geol between certain dates, and also Constables are required to make Q. M. 1NMAN IQ 't

convicted with Denmark and sen- ogist might better describe. Some population. provides for the precinct registration bond In the sum of $500 for the T. 11. 1'INHOUITICK

tenced to death but like her alleged effort Is being made to Interest The purpose of the above statutethe books to remain open at a faithful performance of duties. For Cuunlr j.d..
she also a designated place in the precincts Where a constable is sued arrested Vote for '
paramour, won parties in making the cave access- general stated, was to I on* I IUEo
commutation. attorney between certain date. and the surety company pays ?
ible lighting it, and attracting. make it possible in counties where : A. UAHUINURHI. 1 j
the damages. or court judgment,
tourists to the scene.
Miami-Two white men and two voters are not required to register The statutes require the countytax county commissioners may requirethe :. K. PIOUUYMANVot AMhnnJDF'ORD mw

negroes were held incommunicado of biennially to change their party collector to furnish the super constable to make a new bond .......1........ ., .........

In Dade county Jail today as federal Madison-B. A. Humphrey affiliation. The presumption is, visor of registration with copies of If the surety company still is not f for on..
Madison, an employee of the state general states that a i utr
the attorney
and state officials continuedtheir poll tax receipts, but no date is a. II. FUTCH/ ,.
road department pleaded guilty to who is required to register I
search for rum runners be- person given for the same. .... j. ORITTII
road at the
setting a woods fire on one, every two years would know
lieved to have -
kidnapped and fatally -
and was fined $10 and costs by time of registration with which H. a. WIGGINIii
beaten R. A. Romberger, 39, The tax collector !Is required on .
C. B. Smith of affiliated..
Judge to be
County wishes
United States customs border patrolman party he the first day of each month to Clark ClrcaM. Cm 4u

aboard a liquor running Madison county. Humphrey was nake out and present to the county Vote for on*. r l r ll ,
arrested on a warrant sworn out two ways in
There are only
boat Q. W. .
near Danla Monday One commissioners a statement givingthe ALDERMAN
night. by Harry Lee Baker, state forester, which a candidate's name may be have {
I 'I names of the parties who A. J. THOMAS
who brought the charges into coun- placed upon the general election their taxes, '
ty judge's court In Madison. After ballot; either by being nominatedby ,I paid for Tax AM.MM. iGjf 1,

OVER WORI( .,. the defendant had expressed regret a political party In the primary The tax: collector U required on Vote for on*. r f !

his carelessness Judge nomination by the MAax a10. B. W. HATE::
over election or by rHADa
monthto .
NERVES or before the 10th of,, every '
Smith remitted the fine and costs appropriate executive committee file with the board of public Stale Commissioner r. 1C. HILL

with a reminder that woods fires of a political party
Instruction a certified list of the N. D. WAINWRtOflT
have caused a great deal of dam-
Humphrey promised\ that he A defendant charged with a names of all persons whose poll of Agriculture Mar T.. Callm..*rCARL.
age. taxes were paid during the pre- For lazy 11/er,stomach and Vnt for .nn.. is
would start no more fires. Mr. Baker criminal offense in Justice of the the for
vious month giving year indigestion
biliousness -
stated here today that many peace court does not lone his rightto made. kidneys, JOHNS

complaints had been received con* appeal where he pleads guilty, which payments were con lip.ntion,head. He Insist On: CARL KNIGHT x +n

careless setting of Ores nor does be lose his right to an county ache colds and (ever.
r cernlngthe All state, and municipal LESS Relatives on Payrolls. For Shrt((
I by road maintenance crews but appeal by allowing three days to records shall at all times be open 101 and 35ff at slCtICTL.] LESS Useless Costly Litera Vote for on.. '
was being without notice of ap
that splendid cooperation elapse giving I OSCAR ANDREU yl ylL
extended the department by H. peal. ture. 1

H. Wells, chairman of the road de- NOTICE TO THE AMBITIOUSwe LESS Expensive, Senseless C. CLEMONSW. 1 tl,

c partment, as weir as by other mem- A person cannot participate in satisfactory J. EPPERSONM
bers of Mr. Wells' department. the Democratic or Republican pri- make Jhreeyearloans Maps. .mh.. School Ruard-Dl...rt... I '//iP '
T'y i / mary election and thereafter be reputation who Want a complete training at them LESS fledTapeand Delay. Vote (or on*.

St. Petersburg-What authori- come a candidate In the general LESS Fees to Favored Law- o. ii. ns' ww'"r "
ties described as an unreported and election. CEORGM ftCAB/mA/ BUSINESS COllECEMIAMIFLORIDA t lIft 1
yers. J. T. MOORP) I
_<.;\; consequently unsolved murder Write for STIieuleTLDankeraDox 664111CcnOe. '
electors to LESS Pardons to Criminals. R. A. NBWBOMM
UP some four to six years old was The statutes require '

TO your an In worfc disclosed near Clearwater with the go to the place where the registration .mnr "..._: Board-I>U.r1eVntA I '
Nonery "you at uKn tension. finding yesterday of a skeleton ofa books are required by statuteto He Demands: for an*. r

bonder snap at the wife and they do not MORE County Agents In Flor
aod the children. girl with a bullet pierced skulL be kept open W. C. MANNING ,

'IV ate ht out! Overworked She apparently was between 14 and permit either the supervisor of ida., II. It. MAY N+t1i l a

eaN may lead to Sleepless- 16 years of age. The skeleton was registration or a district regtstraB MORE Jobs for Actual Citi- 1
OeN "THE YEAR-ROUND PLAYGROUND" 119... .... 11..1 Husrd-l l.trl.t aVnta
Headache Nora tn" ......
:: Indigestion and a host of 'zen TJrKfIfr.r'ror
v d1eturba_ ? -........_.;><...""- 1j
Wb1 don yon HOTEL LEAMINGTON MORE Economy in Advertis ,...-
t try Dr. &11'l"esceDt '-" VOTE FOR 1 1Cnwwf
.,. ... '
ing. r i il loi r-+DUtrtrt 1 4f
Nervine TabUtsT !
.. Y
Vn' fur
". tel' one in a half glass o* JOHN W. NEWBERN{ "MIAMI'S MOST POPULAR HOTEL" MORE Time in Office at Cap- 7; \ )(' nun'I I v
mak" a plnt. Ave. ft t
11 spark N. E. 1st St. & 3rd ; -
..n delightfully soothing itol. Cauntr C.mrlnlo..r-Di.trlet I
41Yer-ta1ted Ifllea' nerves NEWBERRY, FLORIDA YEAR ROUND RATES MORE Common Sense in De rtr.'rrsuv>xrc- r K l'J.
IIIZ-! Nervine is "! -
now CRCW5
$2.00$2.SDS3.00Slnlde$3.0Q.OO$5.0oDouble a. ;
Bdeneec*wo forms LlquM and For State Railroad CommissionerI partment. +
Tablet Both have ,.....,.. ...... .. ...._nlrtelet 1'1'
the ..rne soothing effect will appreciate your voteas well as your solicitation of No Higher Rate MORE Savings t to Taxpayers. Vrt <* for f n* ...
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11.01) at friends' votes for me for State Railroad Commissioner SrJLTnttr'v g1Srt Cif _.
your drag store your All rooms with private bath :--WDtCRrUu.--- -
in the Democratic primary In June. I have bad forty Let's "Quit Foolln' theFarmer" '

of continuous practical experience in handling rail Service efficiency, courtesy cleanliness, hospitality economy and ('assts r'omrl..l..r-Dletrlrt 4'
years Electing V.... .. .
way transportation for the public. I will do all possible to honesty are the cardinal principles upon which the popularity of By for nksOtT-on --_ .l1 ,

make your confidence good,and merit your continued the Hotel Leamington has been built. FRANKLIN O. lUNG t
Cmmmtr C..I.O e 1
support. Alfred Simmons Proprietor J. Fred Brunaer. Manager On June 7, 1932I Vote for on*. -- r S r,
7r-w-Munallwe MIL'I
I Paid Ad. -' !
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bo Lace/ I'Stafford f Caldwell

I.l : ocietyj r *r, <66By elassif I Candidate for Governor

b :1 1t 'e I J. ) RUSSEU 11AY, ) ------

t ) Scent..,.. florid Pntt Auocutio. y .
BAPTIST. M. 8. TO :MEET Davis read a very Instructive paper thin' aboutrlntln' It SS .44'y
Maybe you know some
on the subject. b. ,
and maybe don't but i
>> you
'The circles of the Baptist W M The hostess served refreshing
S. will meet Monday afternoon at !'envm"d, and wafers during the "m tellln' you It costs MONEY to
i et type, and by the time you get
social bait hour.CHRISTIAN
3:SO o'clock at the following
homes: -- i Job off the press! and through the ry

tr11 ys Circle Host, Mrs. J< K Hundley. ENDEAPOR d7ta bindery the little old cost sheet will *

:; Circle No. 2, Mrs. O. J. Griffin. METS:: (how that SOMEBODY owes

r, F, Circle No. S, Mra. C. A. Knight. SOMEBODY: plenty of JACK.
The Christian Endeavor Society -' -
LADIES AUXILIARY WILL held Its monthly 'businessmeettog I 4 Intelligently used, PRINTING Is

} MEET TUESDAY NIGHT at the m- nse Monday evening one of the most PROFITABLE Investments

-- Mr. W. A. Barnes, the pre l. any BUSINESS can
The Ladles Auxiliary of Presbyterian I dent, presided. Splendid reportsfor :J!{ ; r church will meet at the 1 the post nix; months were given one of the SWEETEST ways to 4S

home of Mrg.W. A. Stern Tuesday by the officers and committee VONDA E. INMAN\ WASTE money, if you fall to mix
i l'lIIdred'heeler
i y evening at 8 o'clock. Mrs. D. B. chairman. Plans were made for a MRS. MYRTLE A, btarke \ little common-sense and good Boone
I 1; Williamson will be leader and will party to be held at the Mitchell Ft. Pierce of the Wood- Judgment with your Printer's Ink. Fort Pierce _
"! N peak on the "Word of the Church cottage at Kingsley Lake Thursday District manager of manager. District manager of the Wood
C: In Latin America" Mrs. C. N. evening, May 12th. 'men Circle. I'll bet If you bad a guy workln' men Circle.

t' Christy will have charge of the The following officers were elect- Carter was the guest for you and was payln' him a nice _
c. "$;tudy In Stewarshlp. ed for the ensuing six months: Mae Parmenter Sun- fat Juicy'salary you'd be as sore In' more FURNITURE. 600,00(
d'r President, --Mr. Will Bamea. Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Miss as a boiled owl If you found out copies were printed with YOUR] From time; to time until the '

s WOMAN'S CLUB TOY 1st Vice-president.. Nathan Mra. L. Q, Powell, ; Mrs. T. J. Moore and that he'd spent! twenty-nine thous- MONEY to be SOLD to YOU at primaries are over I will have a.
MEET Prevatt. Ray Mrs. J. M. and smackers to have a lot of pret- personal message for the Democratic
i + WEDNESDAY were,visiting Mr. Lloyd 20c per copy. Sweet Spirits of -
li 9 2nd Vlce-presldent.-MIsa LuclloMitchell. M. Alvarez. : Augustine Sunday. ty booklets printed up Just to boost Nitre, and they wonder why there's readers of this paper. it is
;r Tho Woman's Club of Starke will Judd and Miss\ Los- some other bird's private business. a DEFICIT. entirely 'proper that I carry my
iI'', hold their regular meeting Wednesday Treasurer-Mr. Gratton Cooper., BIRTHDAY PARTY attended the party campaign direct to the Democratic

Ftj! 'i k; : May llth at 3 o'clock at Secretary-Mlas Margaret Wil- .' Then suppose you happened Now'mnvhA vnu'... mr\ DUMB' and 1 1I masses ,of Florida. I shall discus
Ac a t the club house. Dr. Smith of the liams. Master Jackie Joe .- along a_ little wVifldk later and found I SiMPLE!, that"you -really i need to frankly and fairly public questionsand
4' I'state Board of Health of Jackson- -- of talned his grandparents.with a party Mr.tft -I thra'p; ; ;e making;a' beautiful : be told how to Select and Use fur : public records In a manner entirely

i ''l, y' villa, will speak on tuberculosis. NOBLE WIUTB AND HARRIET J. M. Alvarez I bonfire out of what was left nlture, but I understand the Superintendent free of personalities. The
{ f ''Toe public la urged to be present PEEK CICLEB MEET 'f these trick booklets when he of Public Documents welfare of the people demands-1t
I and hear thla talk. A chest clinic the.occasion being his I II I !"ound out nobody cared a cockeyed; ain't been bavin' to work nights discussion< and If the time ever

tt' ; 't6 will be held In June, the date to be The Noble White Circle of the day.A merry time was had t. hlng about reading or lookln' atm flllln' ORDERS for that TRICK comes when candidates are afraid
announced later and any one desiring MethodIst church met Monday afternoon and he couldn't even GIVE to conduct such! discussions and
publication. Most ef those BEAU-
k k"l a free examination can have at the home of Mrs. R. ly little guests In playing r EM AWAY. .. TIFUL when the people do not welcomo
pamphlets are still LA
games on the shaded I !
7 same by making an appointment Dcmoreat. Bowls and vases F'j there waltln' patiently for SOME- them then we may know that the
favors gtycn horns
i were
I '
} tthrough his or her doctor. radiance rosen adorned the makers. 'I Well BUDDY. believe It or not BODY to WANT 'em. About all manhood which founded this republic
where the enter. 'ut YOU'RE LOOKIN' In the :MIR and built this state Ms departed
room society was they been: able to do with them so
Assisting the host's I
i 4-H PLAY TO BE GIVEN AT talned. Mrs. L. O. Prescott led the i 1OR. The reflection you see there far Is Itt a few FURNITURE from us. I stand ready at
looking after the
; pleasure<
N1i devotional followed with the. regu- young people were: UMB: owl that Is bavin' that stunt 'DEALERS try and GIVE It to their all times to publicly correct and
lar routine of business. Yom. ulled on him OVER and OVER 'I CUSTOMERS. apologize for any error which may
+' play sponsored by the Junior The topic of discussion! for the Canova Lillian Sternberg. I II gain, to the tune of not THOUS- creep in.Ever
And' ,Senior 4-H Clubs, directed by Ford Martha Powell II I
5,7r afternoon was "What Prohibition and Lillian NDS but MILLIONS of perfectlyI I That NOBLE piece of LITERA-
? :Miss Pearl Jordan home demon Stump I
;r 'tttrtition agent, will be staged at Has Done" for Disadvantaged Communities served ice cream and cake l I DOLLARS.::.. TURE was nothln' more or less since before man first established -
The testimonies
given than a charming bit of Propagandato a civilized government
Brooker in the school auditorium the birthday cake I
at 8 ocjock. by Jane Adams and Evangelin small candles. There's a cute little PLAYHOUSE advance the interests. of one individual the people have been engaged in a
f'' Friday A delightful evening two hours of enter Booth were discussed by Mrs. S S. Those Invited to this up In' Washington called Industry at the public's ex- never-ending struggle against I

tainment consisting of two one-act Dowllog and Mrs. A. W. Anderson. party were: Lonnie 'e Government -Printing Office pense. It was a $30,000 printing those who would curtail their priv
Mrs J. W. White discussed prohibition The birds you send to Congress to In the the
comedies. "The Neighbor" and "A Bobble Biggs Ida Lula order printed In a government ileges. early days power
y a Convention". Skits and choruses In our mission communi Jorle Davis, Patsy look: after your INTERESTS have plant free of charge that should applied was physical and the people
will be presented. Admission 100 ties.At wright, Dill Wainwright, t lot to do with runnln' that little have gone to a Commercial Print had to sacrifice 'life and spill
a and 20cf the close of the program a Flynn Jr., Betty and PRINT SHOP, and I mean, they er. blood to win the rights they enjoy

i social hour was enjoyed. The hostess Rae Betty Hayes, .;;:,... _".r 4N1W. '*/tJJ SURE DO IT. today. la modern times the weapons -
k t EXECUTIVE BOARD OFW01IAN'S assisted by Mrs. A. Z. Admn drews, Buddy Andrews Live Oak -: It you ask me, it's about time we employed to control the peopleare
'l''' X CLUB MEETS nerved. Ice tea and sandwiches tll: and Sarah Sewell, Melba of the V/oodmer Any of 'em can run In there laid. off thla throwln' our money money, power, cunning, and
the following present:; Mrs. J. W. garet Stringfellow, representatives 1 It whenever they please! and order away on prlntin' such HOOEY at 0.metlmea! legal trickery. Today
l ',.r, The executive board of the Wom White Mrs. A. W. Redgrave, Mrs Middleton Charles and \ anything from ...FOR RENT sign "The Life Cycle of the Lady Bug" In Florida the politician: are try-

I' "' an's Club met In regular session n.( A Dew, Mrs J. A. Saul Mrs I Knight, J. A. Martinez, to a complete set of the Encyclo- and "Cocoanuts, Why They Have Ing to convince the people that out
t Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock, II, B. McLendon, Mrs. S. S. Dowl Edwards Jr., Joan -Workmen rap_ podia Britannica and tell 'em tot Whiskers" and publish something of a field of tep candidates for gOY
May! ) 4th, with fourteen members lug, Mrs. IS. S. Matthews: Mrs. W: White, Jr., Lyle new barracks. SEND YOU THE BILL. everybody would- ha intoi-oofo/1 in ernor thai people can only choose
present. The president, Mrs. N. D. IH. Middleton, Mrs in. M. Johns, ; Duren Anderson Joan Coast Guard base like, ":;\v Good Job:,How-t--Gt; between o and that the people

b Walnwrlgbt presiding, during the Mr. A- Z. Adklns, Mrs. T. J. Griffin Mack Futch, Paul :equipment will in:I During the past ten years over ( 10". or "Starvation' How to Avoid must pick and will pick one of theGovemors.
business session Wednesday, May and Mrs. I* O. Prescott Francis Alderman cost of J-15,000' TEN MILLION copies of nlt-wlt It-" e Such an argumentIs

44. 11th at 3 o'clock will be the regular ; The Harriet Peek Circle met at Joe Montleth, Ralph -Work started on I hair-brained booklets printed for based only on the desire of the
club meeting. The hostesses the home of Mrs. L. A. Davis which Randall, Jr.? Preston and UNEN"i be ,operated by Trabc) your enllghtment and with YOUR Clearwater Plans completedfor politicians to lead the people to
t was lovely with attractively arranged MONEY for FREE distribution, proposed! $150,000: office choose between two whom the
p' 1 are: Mrs. I* D. Vining, Mrs. J. E. Dew, Barbara Keene n vana. post I men
r, Corpenlng, Mra. W. B. Parks, Mrs. spring flowers. The leader. ta, Corpening, Granvllle l -EuUcling permit a were so lousey they couldn't even building. politician boa picked out for them.
5 1 O. II. Lowry, :Mrs. W. F. Jones and Ifrs. J. H. Bitch was! in chnrfte of Jr.* Gloria Johns Lena $10,000) issued here be GIVEN AWAY and had to be Tltusville:-Two story brick build. The politicians may be satisfied
t' d' ,Mrs L. D. Green. the business session and Mrs. F II Faye and Alice Any: sold for WASTE paper.' lag corner Washington avenue and 'with either, or the particular poll-

a. .._.i"_. i-i --- Lang led L the__ _devotional_____ _which was Stern William Andrews. ., Frances Marlon Julia street, being repainted. Ician may believe that his favorite,,
t BRIDGE CLUB ENTERTAINED followed oy a program on prohibltlon. Alvarez J. R. Boring, Jr. capitalized at $5,000: ,,, The particular booket rM takln' Clark Dredging Co.'a dredge ex-Governor can defeat the other
the mnln discussion being lodgsnn.. Hazel Fields, for example was ,& 116 page Illustrated started widening Miami River. ex-Governor and Is not able to defeat -

'% An enjoyable affair of last week made by Mrs D. TO. Knight. DurIng lY, Ralph Baladen, Bobby &-Plant under way. pamphlet, entitled "Furni Everglades News.HollywoodLocal. a new man. but whatever the
,'was the bridge party given by the social hour the hostess Mollle Mae and Betty Hotel building at ture, Its Selection and Use", prepared canning plant reason the! politician has an axe
,Judge; and Mrs. A. Z. Adlclns Sat- served refreshments! to the followIng rison of Gainesville. by the National Committee running full time operations on to- to grind and wants the people to
"' '' urday evening to members of their present: Mrs. J. H. Bitch, Mrs. S on building Eustla-, on Wood Utilization, and< the BIG mato pack. '.urn the grindstone. We have the
: 'club and friends. N. T. Bitch Mrs. F, It. Long. Mrs Dora highway re, IDEA back of the whole RACKET Cocoa-Mrs. Ella Gable pur- Srst[ and second primaries and

The lower floor of the home was E. K. Perryman, Mrs. D. E. Knight, [was to TRY and KID you into buy- chased New Knox Hotel. ',here is nothing to prevent__the
h tiopen en-suite and tastefully deco- Mrs. Sam Anderson Mrs. A. M. Heilbronn --Warren Wright -- people from voting for: me cuji'''-
?, fates 4 with easter lilies roses, lark. Harley, Jr., Mrs. Pearl Snyder Mlm* Thclma n 100'''''., construction of $250-: : OE3OI ionoi IOE3O1 ono '.t'I :late whom they believe will make
Mrs, J. W. i
Andrews, Jr., Mrs. J. at Collins best My candidacy
spurt, qweet! nsaj and gladoll. Several Avenue and' :.he governor.
F, Colley, Mrs Taylor, Mrs W, P. submitted that basis. When
progressions/ of contract bridge! ; .In BARGAIN GUESSING CONTEST'U II a upon
were enjoyed and scores added< Smith and Mrs.' W.. O. Halle. Mr. Louie Crawford of : .=Town council vou go to the polls vote for the

,, 'Mrs, II. C. WaU and Mr. O. I* "--"- .. .., I City In spending a while for city ure. 11 man whom you believe will make
'' rlrnds. ". -- : U the best governor and tell the pollUciana -
( Beasley were awarded the prized'Itor it. n. a PELlrnn'I'ULLYENTERTAINED PRIZES haler -
Mr. Albert Williams to quit trying to put a
making? high. o t o
Butler was In our section neck.
Following players( were serveda __ I and Thursday night. ]I a] around your'
tempting salad course: Mr. and : Mrs H. B. McLendon and her o ,D Har-
Everybody that r Saturday 7th now and then some
'Mrs. H. C. Wall, Mr and Mrs. R. F. mother, Mrs E. S. Matthews, were party Thursday night at May lee Every supporter hollers because I
1' Demoreat, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beas hostesses. Wednesday afternoono -
care Davis' reported a nice '' Hardee's record
discussed Mr.
have !
ley, Mr and Mrs w M. w.in- the W. T. Weeks Chapter, United Mr. Cornelius Moore } JUST A 'BASKET OF EGGS and claims that I have not
w' ,wright Mr.. c. A. Knight and Mrs. Daughters: of the Confederacy. guests of Miss Essie VV'1' U discussed Mr. Martin's record. TheO

o J. C. Robinson. The rooms where the guests as- day night! I have been discussIng -
Can truth Is that
th You Guess Plow
e sembled were made more attrac- Mr. J. C.! Dennison of o Many elate affairs frankly and tally
I MRS.' N. D. WAINWRIOILTENTERTAINS tive with a variety of spring flowers was visiting Miss Mildred o H basing remarks upon a study of
EXECUTIVE --roses, stately Easter lilies O O t
Sunday.Mr. In The Basket? 'the state government. especially
r :BOARD WOMAN'S CLUB gysophlla! larkspur and other Clyde Morgan r from the year nineteen twenty until -

dainty blossoms. sing at Pine Level Sunday. I the present time and includinghe
tip'f Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, president Mrs. L. G., Powell presided as- Misses Lorene and H If you can you act a chance to win the last I administration of ex-Governor

i .s.7 ,? of the Woman's Club entertained s'sted' by the secretary Miss Madge were visiting Miss Thelma .25 BABY Martin. I: am running agalnstboth
A her executive board with a Middleton. Mrs. 'J. M. Brownlee, Tuesday. CHICKS G and shall continue to dJ3-
a; ,'May Pay luncheon at the clubhouse chairman of finance, and Mrs. J, E Mr. Seeber Forsyth o I J cuss men their records fairly ando

Wednesday morning. I Wilson, chairman of cemetery com- urday and Sunday In e IVe will give await this season t frankly, However If the lIardee
.A profusion of garden flowers In mittee, each gave an excellent report Miss. Juanita Johns. upporters who have missed the
'pastel shades effectively arranged of the work done the past Mr. and :Mrs. Albert And Did You Say point of my campaign speeches>
in wall baskets and vases About I I month. Miss Ethel Griffin historian Lawtey were visiting his will get Mr. Hardee to accept my
f Ute run parlor.'where the hmdieon and M'as' Olive Ray registrar Mrs Nettle Starling invitation for a Joint discussion

Jt was served, formed a pretty background reported progress in their Injf. FEED BARGAINS in rrery twunty"and...W 8 JJ bIDI
: for this affair. work. '.' to
iI delightful Mr. Hudson Morgan o to apprv9'e.JDvttIDa.J4z'' :
':Assisting the hostess were :Mrs. N. The president appointed Mr "3. guest of Miss Elsie OUS CRUMP S Say Just Look at These: i] go along, we will have In every
D. Wainwright Jr., Mrs. W. M. M. Brownlee and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez day afternoon. e between'now and the first
Tampa county
16 cent Fe.d.; ..
per Dairy [Mule .
custodians of the work 90 percent of the
Wainwright and Mrs. J. J. Canova. as Mr. Bill Reddish and Roy attendant of primary a real discussion
Thane present were: Mrs. W. C.Middleton of the J. J. Dickinson Camp, U. C. one was vtstug Miss Eva Circle. State mana ii Feed_ .___Jl.45 Grain __$1.65 sues In this campaign In the presence -

Mrs. R. F. Demoreat, V., trice Sunday .! Shorts. ___ _._$1.15 C1 of all of us, Instead of the long. .
O. L. Haynes Mrs. D. E. Knight The chapter will hold their next 24 percent Dairy ? distance pot-shot campaign now

t Mrs, R. J. Davis, Mrs. O. M. Inman, meeting the third Wednesday in PIIONE SUITS LI Feed ------$1.50 Scratch Feed ____$1.65 going on.' I can go to every coUll-
L. D. Mrs. J. I Frazee June, at the Klngsley Lake cottageof Cracked : gentlemen
Mrs. Green, CLEANED!: & Corn ___$1.40Oats I c t11n Florida with theseond'hav.
s : Jfrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. L. Wyman Mr. and Mrs. L. H. lull Thl 52 RESHAPED p Purina Lay Chow .. _,.____$1.50 I I .'.. good time dlsCUe5lnl
+ Mrs O. L> Beasley, Mrs. II. A. Dew, will be the occasion of the chapter'sannuIII ; the government of Florida for theO
Mrs. C. A. Futch, Mrs. U D. Vln spend-tbe-day party, and -- o (Mash) ,___$1.99 Yellow Corn ____$1.30 JMr. HaTdee
benefit of the people.
lag and Miss Mabel Welter the president appointed the follow. I TOBi ,,; mt iWiIiIII.Iiit1I1J1'n"P1li.', ;, : :. ': :! ,11ff:I II",i1'.Ullllm."UI'.. J1'iIa'::!!:-',-Ccm'J, : ,_.....,-1IIJ"- '...""...'"""........, '._.""..,._.."" ....,_"...,..".....""" "".." Prices Good for can contribute to a thorough **-
'r El Next SaturdalONL'Y'
Ing members as a dinner committee of Mr. :Martin's, record face
t :MADISON AVENUE GARDENa t Miss Amelia Ray. Mrs. L. A. I: Guessing Contest Closes oJ:30 p. m. to face with the gentlemen bY

CLUB MEETS WITH Davie, Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mrs. J. T. T. LONG] .1 If you aren't buying feed on our, special Saturdays Joining to this tour or withdraw"t the
MRS. IIAYNES W. Andrews and Mrs J. E. Wilson O I and turning
After the business session, the I 0 You are rich and don't,need to save !] task from of this debating race with Mr. M rtw

______ The Madison Avenue Garden historian read an article about I Announces the of O over to me. The personal ambl-
Club held their annual business "Stonewall" Jackson. Mrs.' J. W. Opening. a Important -
.. 9 candidates are
Bradford dons of we
meeting at the home of Mrs. O. L. Andrews, accompanied by Miss : County Farmers Supply to us but the big thing In cv
j yi ,Haynes on the afternoon of May Griffin, sang "The Sweetest Story H is the welfare, of the
: 'r 1 i 3rd. The president Mrs. IB. K. Ever Told" and "The Same Old, General Insurance Office s Company people.ery campaign Candidates) ought to carrY.
U ...U1
'f. Perryman, presided over the meet- Dear Old Place". on that kind of campaign that
4 After of the officers The hostesses about
ing. reports served a dainty W the people "
A ti an election of a new executive sweet course to the following p N. N. Preratt Mgr. Phone 151 < I I Io a' beat enlighten and their' are.
their real problems
d board was held with the following guests: Mrs. 3 T. Moore and Mrs. Handling, Fire Theft, and Automobile J STARKE, FLORIDA &G 3*&] '"""". Respectfully.
results: President. Mrs. J. L. Scott, of Lawtey: ; Mr. S. B Insurance. Will I appreciate of STAFFORD: CALDWELL:
t Peek. Vice-president. Xr*. J. W. Brownlee, Mrs, J. E. Wilson MUs your I IQ
Andrews Jr. Secretary. Mrs. L. A. Olive Ray :Mrs. J, W. Andrews, insurance business: ..: \ ....Ig. l J'b "\ 'I8J't.f f U I INA i i: C1 t-Paid Adv.* ,-

1, t Davis; Treasurer, Mrs., O. ,1*, Mrs. A. Z..Adklns: Mrs. T, Bruce J .- -. ;CUU"; i' I irI_ 'ciearwater-i-Brldge over Sts('

,Hmynes. I Maasle. Mr. "W.: L. Wan. Miss 127 IV.Call Street <- Phone 8 U No'1! vjnl.try. '" 'Creek maybe widened..
& Chrysanthemums, and Their I Madge :Middleton, Mrs. W. G 1 I I, a .... ... se nrFs1 .',- "'-" c S.wP. I*"_ 0 enson.
M3 Culture," was the topic for diacuar Halle, Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mrs.L. Q w I] I of ModgC -

loa for the afternoon. :Mrs. L. 4.k A.. Davis, Miss Ethel Griffin I Itiy I'i...',.-, ''!+'nn' II''.'''..'"'or.i;;:'.''''.',''.''..'""n"''.'.'_''_' "'_, '"...,."" ..""'I"I'_'''''''I...........,'.'.''.,'_''''",'. ..'"_"' ...I--.-..;;-..''''''.'.'.' .;.'"''". I i8evo.C. .01:10- -otso--oi7ot- .lia's Klaaimmee Cash Grocery T- Interior improved.V. ..



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whit! Read -
Sternberg's I
: COMMAND YOU and each of : Howell a. W. De.J, \ '
page circular .4t talk I < Nabb. W D.- ) rd.
SAXTON be and appear. before the lion I Lnndhotti. M. her-Oead. Webb Willie IS.-Movd,
--- Adkinn Junre of "our eald ,
--- Miles Qrixly -Moved. Wheeler V B.-Moved.
of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards and Bllna June- Tyler, Or. hie office at the .. Melvin. n.nnl.-Moy..d. Vatea. Allen.--Moved.\ ,:
Starke, 13rnctford County, .
I daughter. Fredrika, of Jackson- II a. m.. on eaturday. May Hih, : Rafnue.Redding R.limy M.- >.*.... Drown n.,.Arthur..m. PrtN-lnft ML.N<1.*. 4 ,
yule will and chew eauee, i If any you : Smith' Albert. A-.Deed, It.
spend this week-end with Miss Swanbom ri Byrd SDend. ; 1
Dorothy was visiting why said bonde
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Struth. Mine! Jennie Tyler :Monday dated and confirmed nhould; <' not. ..be.. .. Hwarta Swart,, Mm.A. J.-KllenMov Moved. U it., Mill nynl,, ThnmaaMr-nead.Truby.' -Mnved. M ,, ''

Local IeV .- afternoon. alleKMIttn". of said l>..tlllon Toeton. J"... B.Moved.atsrkr tlldham Thul".. :.--'-Mi>ved. r 1 1i + t'PaAajet
taken Q. confeHMtd" by you. (4.rtlt| rrrrlect No. 9 .
Mrs. O. M. Inman attended the These'who attended the graduation It In further ordered that Andrews, A. M.-DeadAntlrewif Starling.. Henry Acy._K Dead.lla '-Moved.. : i
I Woodmen Circle reception In from this section were Mrs. notice be puMlnhed onre a "" .. T Adam.-Moved, >iup<.... Prwlnrt 111. a
three conxecutlve: weeks before ,i i. ; : 4
Concerning; Our People Business and Gainesville and presented the char H. D. Tyler daughter and son, Mrs. Rath Soy of Mav.: 131, In } nryon., W.R--Denilniakelv. Moved. Hou.er.Keen, Jr.J,, J.F.-Dead.C-Dyad.: i; w,'
I ter members with W. R. rmmty'Deleltraph, a newepaper Ditto Norn.-MovedCadv. tmoren.u. i
Swanbom John
twenty-five yeapins. r daughter and son O.-Moved. K
of thm County and llehed In Starke, Bradford
Progress Town. GUY C.Bend, 1..un"ro..1t. Mra. lIn"-1oIo": .
m Mrs. E. Wilmot'of ftouble I Run Florida. and duly qualified Cooper leo.-Dend. Mullen. w. J.-Moved ..
was VIBLUng'MrL' II. D. Tyler Wed lurnl. .newepaper. for the Davis J. M.-MnvtxtFleher. Thee.aat ........... .... e ,; 1

_______.......+r57525Ltitscs :-...."...,." ...-.____________ r.! Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Donigan and nesday. to of appear legal advoi; and tleement that the and date Robt.-Moved.. wllllanmon, J. O,-l.>...d. ,. 1i)
cart cc.ocJcJ": : """ :.ca QQO Humphrev. RufusDead.. New River, I'm-lmvt Urn. T .
525Z5 o:! daughters, Misses Hazel and Evelyn Mr. Fie B. Wiggins of SUrke,was Brat. publication be at learnt. ., Hodges W, M -n nd. nenfroe, .... F.-11I0\'.". '

You will be there Sternberlf'a.Ladles WEATHER REPORT of Miami, and Mrs. BessIe!e visiting Mr. H. D. Tyler Friday af' day. before the J8lh day of Jones. J. ,T.AI..n..rMo".eI.-Dead.Krombnu .. Thomas W. M.-Uead.tlraifker F tll
UU.Wltnt' .
PrwlBrt .
Prewltt and daughter Miss Vesta, ternoon.Mr. .. my hand and the ... Ijoaoh, U L.-Pe. Prnnker. ,1. R.-Moved.N H 1 nt
Hose 28c at Stump'sNo Compiled by Starke Branch, TJ of Fernandlna R. J. the Circuit Court of Bradford. <.1 I.lmhauirK, H. Tt.-Moved. lirooker, J. n.-Mo".d.
Silk .*. were guests of Mr Andrews of Danville, *- Florida, tbla the 4th day of Latent, Harry H.-Moved.LlmUey Clemona, J. M.-Mead. :r d
Forestry Department. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley the first of: was out on 'justness at Mr. J. A. l/t1, ,W VI.-Moved.Mnriren nilllard. J. (1.-Moved. ', I'

trouble to smile at Stern Date Week ending May 3, 1932. the week. Tyler's Saturday. j (Official teal)O. Aa W. Clerk of ::! Mitchell I.Stephen O, A.-Dead.Mitchell. K.--.Dead. )Hues Miirvan.\ Y"nc.-Moved.J J.-Dead, 'i ,411 c. e '

betl'lIo Max. Min. Prcclp. Mr. A. C. Sumner and son Croc cult Court, nradford t.i RuirenlA O.-Moved.. HUM, J. 1.-Moved.
Apr. 27 S6 63: KNUIIIT A KNIOFIT. Htarke, Mitchell. Miss Maud. MovedMcCain. .
Miss Mona Alderman! of the musical kett attended business! In Lake Solicitor: for PetlUonere.. White W K.-Moved. I I
Men's Work ,Shirts, 33o: at Apr. 28 78 60 department of the F. S. W. C City Friday 8-8-< Phillip,Quentin le'nrv.--Dead.II.-Mo".d. \White..Inlll.Mo"ot.Vllp.o. T. P.-Moved,. ,?+, n

Stump's. Apr. 29 82 63 and Miss Dorothy Shoeglen, of th e Miss Viola and Jennie Tyler attended MA'VAORR5 AMI ri.PHKS atrlokland, Ralfnrd D.. -Dead Watem, ll.....nl. 1#..Moved.. gJ I

_______ Apr. 30 CO 62 .19 dictlcs department of F. S. W C., church at Saxton Sunday rRI'II"ltY IILI: ('''''IO'' Awanborn., ADeed.Routberlend, J. J.-Dead.Tapuen board Further of county notloe commlenlonere I. given' that the ,I' ',
Reed of Eustls was a May 1 84 67 at Tallahassee afternoon.Mr. At a meeting bell on the 4th 11 C.Moved. be In aeHelon will
C. C. spent the week-em of on Wednesday", May"
){t. Mny, A. D. 1'I3: the .
May 2 8i 62 with Tapper), Kmma-Moved.YarbnrouKh. ISth. A. 1>. 131. at 10 o'clock a. m. {
visitor in Starke Sunday. Miss Alderman's parents Mr O. T. Nelson attended business county oomtnlaniotiira of & P.-Moved. to real re such namea ... have beenerronenuely
May 3 81 68 and Mrs. G. W. Alderman. at Starke Saturday. I County), Florida. appointed the Mfark trnatkl. Prerleirt N.. A etrlcken from the said ,
lowing clerks and .
I Infipoctore for .
Drown H. K Dead.
Total booKe
Children's Bloomers, lOc atStump's. rainfall for week .19 in. -_ 'primary election to b. held on Hell.., II.-Moved.Cnllev. J.
i. )TNnmn iiu.
Miss Isabelle 7th day of June, A. D. 1B31: Carr C.-Moved.Dowlln .
Thursby, atatmarketing e Jack:>olnvlUe Auto Plumbing Chairman Board of County
Oil Cloth Prealnct Number One. Lawt. R. N. Dead. p
19o at -
< yd. Stump'a.Here specialist of Tallahassee Co., general plumbing, granted Harold I c IN.:4mM.: : Heee, Curtis Li.-Moved.Demure AtteattQ Commltatonere, 1 !'''d
:k''n ; :II':: i? :
){t. and Mrs. Julian L. Peek was in Starke last week. Miss: e charter. T T. I. *."!. W O.-Dead, W. ALDERMAN, ;Y,, v,
epectora.Precinct .
: .
again with best sale Krmey Chas R-Dead.Flnley Clerk of Uunrcl.r .
spent Tuesday in Jacksonville. ever Thursby assisted Miss Pearl Jordan Tltuavllle-Work progressing on Number Two Joe.-Dead.Foreythe. ?
given you by Steinberg's. home demonstration in Htarke: F. A. Scott clerk; J. F. II.-Dead. r 1 I
I agent, new state road west of Whispering liter, Aubrey Moore and F. M. Frank, Clayton C1.-Moved I
For 15 years rye never had making plans to conserve the surplus Hills "to Cheney highway. man. Inepectom.Preclnrt, Griffle I M. U-Dead. !
like 'em. St rnberg".. Judge Hal T. Maines, candidate fruits and vegetables of the I Number Three. Ive*. t4. p. Jr.: Moved. 1 f s 1
prices for the senate of Lake Butler, was Indian River City-Resurfacing tarke: T. I N. Kendrick clerk| Jon., Dave.-Dead. Announcement
county. of Dixie Pemor.... I* D. Vlnlns; and Jon... R. A,-Moved.
Charlie Johns of Baldwin, a visitor In Starke Tueadi y.Mrs. highway extended almost Oliver, Inapectnrn.Precinct 1-aUus, W. M.-Moved.
){t. as far north as Number Four .
-- thiq place Murrhee. Anna ().-Dtmd
wan a visitor In Starke Tuesday. Friends in Bradford and Clay i" W. T. McISver. dork, 1,. O. Mnrcotte, U..<>. A.-Moved.Mnrootte I am taking this means to 4'
_. J. L. Frazee and Mrs Lamlra county of Prof. and Mrs. C. S. Cheeley. Vote and H. S. Waedln A N.-MovedMa put the following statementbefore
Murden JVOTICHThe apectom.. Moved.McKlnney ,
Motored to Jacksonville mite Jo ei>hlne.-
Be down street early 9:80 Saturday Laird who have been teaching the trjatees of Hampton Special Tax Precinct No. Five. t John A. J. Dead. the people of Bradford '

morning. Stornberg'a. Tuesday and spent the. day. post term la: Taylor county, grill be In flrrult PourhWadford County, J. Wynn clerk, H. Y. ttaxon.. :: __ County bedtime I think at ;F
---- /dklnH and T J Perry "" ,
pleased to hear of their re-appoint Florida. In Chancery.nehnol Precinct Number. Six, 'l.he.... : such a tlmo as the present! It
:Mr. and Dlntrlut! Number Illl1ffimImmIl!: lWJUIGlClCJlmDtIHI1GfUIIDl"Vote(!? dtg'
Mrs L. of
A. Davis will Two .
Billy Taylor la spending this merit to.the same positions! for another Bradford, County Florid' *, a body Tohn Hall clerk. A. U Hulllvan.. In Justifiable.' I have never '; '211
thIs Phillip. and It. S. Swindell,
week in Gainesville with relatives, spend in Fernandina year. Following the close of corporate, and the Board of Pub- tore advertised and do not mean k' I' Rr
at the !home of Mrs. J. R,. Hardee. Ito Instruction for Bradford County a
his school term Precinct Number Seven New
tn Brooker two this l
,Florida, a body corporate. as an advertisement. It tt'G
M J. rlerk D 1<.
er: Snip W.
gternlw-rg's) Solo begins 9:30 Sat- Kodak Films years ago Mr. Laird purchased a Petitioner S, C. Ciewa and R. J. ;Turner, For la merely sn announcement,

urday morning-*l feMoros In- Developed and !. home at Kingsley Lake and their! The State ye. of Florida .t al tor. that I think necessary at this d
printed. The Starke Kodak Shop Mends In this section will be IteapondanlaBond Precinct Number Elffbf. : I
deed. Over gladto J. 1.. Bhrlver, clerk: n, F. time. d
Corpenlng'a Drug Store. It. learn of their success In schoolwork Validation M Molt and CJ. 11. McUauley, .. II Owing to the fact that 1
D. C. Jones of in Taylor county. TO THE CITI7.RNS!' AND TAXPAYERS tora. I John T. Aslop of low
Mr. and Mrs. :Miss Lois Long is Spending sex OF HAMPTON SPECIAL, J. U prices! everything are 4 r
Gainesville, spent Wednesday ta: I. TAX SCIIOUt. DISTRICT NUMUWIt Chairman Hoard of er than they have ever been
eral weeks at Daytona Beach via- NOTICE Two, of Bradford County, Florlda Com mi.. (
Starke. : OREnTINOS: : ; Atteutt JR. before I have decided to re ''I ;1-;
itlngr her sister. Mrs. B. C. Carroll I
-- Take notice that the above named O. W. ALDERMAN duce my fees to a level withIn -' nk 1'1'

'Ladles Silk Step-ins 23c at The Rex Jewelry Co., will clos petitioner upon the 4th day!' of !Mnv, Clerk to Hoard. the reach of everyone. Th*'
I DSD, flied their petition In the above
Misses Patsy Brlnson. Oviedo CANAIDATECongressman
Stump's. for the summery June 1st. AU per entitled cause and In the above NOTICHJ I following are a few e** +u
King. Beverly Cady and Melba Sll sons having, repairs in our store tyled.. court for the validation of Notice le hereby Elven that amples:
cox spent Saturday In Jacksonville bond..* of Hampton Hpeolal Tax meeting of the bonrjof. county' :
No mater what you want-see please call and get same. All goods :School: District Number Two of mlHKlonera and for Bradford
'.nd fixtures iron Bradford County, Florida, to the Plates-$1SJOO 4'4
Mat Stl'mborg-8oJe begins 0:30: safe! show cases, tv Florida held on Wednesday,
Yellow Homespun 5o yard aStump'a. I amount of Seven TtioUHand Dollaraaa 4th A. I). 1931, the followlna- ... '
Saturday. light fixtures wall cases watches, authorised by the election In Bald pemon were ordered stricken. Bridgework $(1.00 1
clocks glassware ,.jewerly novel- itlatrlct held on the Itth day of the registration booka of eald
April 19SS and aa authorised by the for the reasons set opposite Per tooth. t
Meters Ray Colley and R. C. itlea and notions will be sold at and petition. of duly qualified voters of
name: At
Buford were visitors In Jacksonville Miss Oviedo King has returnedto below wholesale cost. Sale now Bald dlktrlct and by the aolutlona l.a,.....). r.n\.c'N., > .,; 1AndrewN Large '
her home in Palatka, after a visit going" and proceeding- of mn.l/1 Board of ., John B.- Dead.Anderann Ordinary'Extrac-

Friday. here with Mrs. J, E. Corpening. on.REX JEWELRY CO., County t'ubllo Florida Instruction) and that for on Bradford the 4th Hradley, Irrenk U.o.-D..d.. d. I tion $1.00. p

are S. Q. day of iday,1e88, an order (netted out Drown, 8. W.-Move
Ilnppyf ofgternbrrg's Manager. of above Court against the Htata of Brown, D. F.-Moved.niancharil .
Mrs. Willie Turner and little lie IViiit
Sale.Ur. Fl'ii Ida requiring' It to hnw cauae Mr. U I*-Mored. I
laughter Martha Louise, of Pa NOTICE before the Honorable A. :K Adklna Crews, Kllaa.-riond.Kreiro Dr. R. 'W. Martin,
at his ofTlue at the courthouse at Dom.-Dead.
latka, are the of Mrs. Geo
and Mrs. J. K.; Lord left guests Starke: Bradford County: Florida, at Futch Mr. Martua.-Dead. Roast Florida'IGIIDIUCl hil l
Flynn. The Tri-County Federation Will II A. M. on Saturday May. 28th. OrlffU, Knuob.--Dead.Ureen Dentist ,' ,
Tuesdnv for Ian extended visit in 1933, why paid bond ehould not be OUIe*.-Moved. n
Flint Mich.I meet with the Woman's Club of validated *nU confirmed, ; ___ I Over CorpnnlnKs Drug Store'

I 100 gifts for first 100 adults who Lake Cutler. Monday. May. 9th. at lEUlSFOItn THUSU_.ARE TO .. .... -" filTABKK FLORlIh ),\. ..
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Mrs. O. L. Beasley la visiting her enter Sternberg's Store Saturday J p. m. AU membersare cordially > ; anmommm :JjJwClIJj.) I $ i

parent' Mr. and Mrs. A. C. burden .oiornlng.Mr.; invited to be present. I I __ ._-_---------. .. _h-___. __.____

In Tampa.tternbprg's. Mrs Louis H. Hill, President. AGRICULTURAL .. .. .__._- -
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and Mrs. J. E. Wilson Mrs. FLORIDA -- --- -. :: -:: :. = : :.

be Ji. M. Brownlea end Miss Martha I r

Frldnv rfternoon Store to will mark closed down Bonvllle.Brownlee: spent Tuesday In Jack'II I HFNT A WORDCOLUMN% THEATRE IMPLEMENTSPlows .n'I i -*

priced-.yes! I GAJNE V'J.J.E. FT.A. I iI .trl

Yard widePrints And Broadcloth -
Mas Mae Peek of Jacksonville lethe
guest of her niece Mrs. E. K. 10c per yard at Stump's. PROGRAM WEEK: MAY BTII I li TIP TOP

Ferryman.Peautlful. ---- THURSDAY FRmAY- Cultivators, t
Mrs. Paul Canova and little son. FOR SALE One good mule. Rakes and Shovels.
ira spending several weeks !In
about 900
Bathing Suits at Weight ,pounds. Apply -
Stump's. ,. 3cala with her sister, Miss Lillian II. L. Brownlee Starke. <4<. Field Fence. +
3tellman.Mr Roland Young! Charles Kn elcn, 3
29-2t. i 'ltr, l'
Complete line of ;
Lily Ritnlta, Thelmn. Todd
Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Martin have
Gardiner KODAK FILMS and Pumps Deep Well .
taken and Mrs. George Developed SATURDAY %
at for
the summer.cotago Keystone utd Mrs. 1. O. Jones wil spend printed. The Starke Kodak ICAY FRANCIS and Power Pumps. ;
: *
Sunday In Hastings with relatives fhop, over CorpenIng' DrugStore : In

;and friends.Mr. It Local agents for CR0 CERY
Plonty of good sales people await "BfAN WANTED"Added II

iron at Stcrnberg'a Stock Reducing S WEE T POTATO DRAWS- Laura! & Hardy Comedy Outboard Motors. i iI I

Sale. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman
Per thousand, $1.25, from genuine MONDAY & TUESDAY"SCAItFAC.E' Mansfield! Tires
Miss Mona Alderman and Miss I
Porto Rico Seed. C. A. DurlIng t
Miss Ruby Kilpatrlck of Troy. Dorothy Ehoeglcn visited Bok Tow.r Hampton FL22U.<< !, and Tubas at R"m.r v I

Ala., I ij the guest of her sister, Mrs. Sunday.It's Not Just another 'gang picture I ty 4i,
L. D. VInlng.: Pelt SALE-6-room house and but authentic .scenes! of gone1 '
good good at new lowest four acres of land, less if not rule and terror that,hits never Vrices.BRADFORD I II +,y

Dr. and Mrs. H. .B, McLendon prices at Stem berg".. wanted; crop arrowing. Terms before been shown on the screenA -

pent the week-end In Marianna can be arranged.' James Lamb. picture that no true Americancan Blue Rose Jersey LilyBUTTER

with relatives I Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Combs of C-6-2t. miss. Whole Grain

I Lake Placid and Romney West Va.,
ltllla Mintie of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. I
were guests
WU Pettit, of Alachua Starke and Bradford county. CLAUDETTR COLBERT HARDWARE CO.Branch RICE
spend this Demorest Thursday.Mrs. .
week-end with Miss' Investigate this. Write for de- In 1 n
Gloria Johns. .
tails next ten days. Box 67, THE MISLEADING LADY ( of Baird Ildw."
H. L. Parr of Newberry, S. 5 ISc Pound22c
Miss May Peek of .Jacksonville C. visited Mrs. J. EL Corpenlng Waldo Fla. 062tOH COMINO TI UK3DAX(, Gainesville.: ) pounds -

I k the guest of her niece Mrs. E. Wednesday while enroute to Jasper BALE-Flowers for Mother's Joan Crawford and Robert Starke FloridaFREE

K. Perryman. to aee relatives. Day; also chrysanthemums Montgomery fat 0 0
I '
plants resaaonable prices Mrs. "XETTY 11. ON" Milk, 4 cans ______ ZSc Qt. Pickles _,..____ __ 15c

Mrs. Helen Maynard, teacher of I For Sale 6-room house and four Juno Wall It* I 9- r

the B. n. S. has returned to her acres of land, less If not wanted; -- .. Peanuts, lb. __-_____ CHEESE, Ib ___ 15e ; i

home !in Bell. crop growing.: Terms can be ar FOR RENT-Six room house $10 '
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.ranged. James Lamb. R-A-2t.\ per month; store and five room -- -- I Coffee, 2 lbs. -____ 2Sc Tomatoes, 2 cans __ ISc rvy

Mr. and M....' B. H. lovell spent apartment above $10 per month

learnt days the first of the week Mr. and Mrs. Roberts and or separate 6.00 each. Aoolv.JI : Oct. Soap 2 bars ___ SALT. 2 pkgs. _____ Sc
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In- """"'UYuut." Mrs. Lizzie Padgettof.: Hastings:; Frazee. ; its LAND !

1.Cal. were,the guests Sunday Mr. and Sweet Soap, 3 bars. 9cCOCONUT, Pkg.___ Sc t

D. E.? t Knight returned Tuesday Mrs. George Gardiner. FOR RENT-Furnished apartment .

from a several days business on either first or third l t7s} f '

trip In Punta Cords Milton Brownlee, Jr., and Phil floor. Or would rent the entire To Strawberry Growers in the SUGAR 5 lbs. r r w r r. 20c

Graham, of the U. of F. In Gainesville bOWIe 12 rooms. Also a six- I

Ladies Dresses <4Bc and' S9c at spent the week-end with Mr. room house. Rent reasonable.Mrs. Melbourne-Tillman Drainage District '

Stump'lI and :Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. Hamrick. S. Walmnut Et.FOR i
or '
Mrs, To Increase the Strawberry ,
James Oodbold of Jackson- J. L. :Mrs. T. N.
'ills Mrs. Simmons TRADE -room house and acreage in tbe Melbourne- 3 pounds 20c II f mV
J pent ------ -
Tuesday with her slater Miss Estelle Kendrick
," :Jrs. a S. lot. a blocks from business section First Prize 10 Acre Tlllmau Drainage District Pall4Slb.can =
8 Ib. 0c
Dowling. and Miss Louise' Edwards were In Dad City for hotis with next fall suitable land will be lOpounds--

Dr. E L. visitors in Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. two to five acre of land within tract: of rich land free and furnished free to anyone who _______ $3JJO i ily
Biggs has returned
from t: one mile from Starke or Lawtey. clear, all taxes paid will put in a half-acre or I

!tile Medical'jasota where he attended and ),(.... S. C. Carnell and W. H. Noegel. Route 2, Starke. larger crop.

Association. little son. who have been visitingMr. 5-6-3t. p I True Love BestFLOUR

Mr and Mrs. F, A. Scott returnedto Irish Potatoes
Charles Free Prizes
Darby of Plant City, I
their home In Ormond Sunday.
wse the LOST-Two yearlings, .
guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. Second Prize 5 Acre I
M Darby I one male color dark brindle on To
for the week-end. further stimulate strawberry lOIbs.15c
Mrs. O. J. Griffin and daughter side, half butt-beaded; female tract of rich lan&, free and production the District I 2s1bs.r--w-55V
Mr- Miss Ethel returned Tuesday from light red old. $'.00 rewardfor ,
year taxes
and lira R., J. Davis and clear, all paid will award two prizes, (described
fly will visit Tampa where they visited relatives. ( Information leading to recovery. .pa left) for best acrepatches *
Mrs Ida Wells Tae, ...
f .*K. H Brooker. 5- II $
za In Jacksonville Howard L of' berries. I J' i
Sunday *-3tWANTED. Peanut Butter, lb. lOc Lemons doz. 15c

&> Mr. and Mrs. A. H Harley Jr., ,
fag to y foil be (;! Honest now, dont and little SOD< spent the weekend -Reliable man to succeed i To take advantage of this offer eee or write i .
at 1
$our Sales 8t'>ft1berg'. opening at Tampa Shores with )4..... liar- O. J. Murrhee aa Rawlelgh Dclmonte Vacuum Dclmonte ll

Saturday.E. ., ley's parents Bevy and :Mrs. J. :M. Dealer In Bradford county. Sell i I

1rs. Robinson. experience unnecessary. Everything : C. 1:\ ) : Packed
] .
M. Johan end 14... T. J j, j. i > furnished except car. DAVIDSON Asparagus '

e-l'.2'ffla I. motored' to Jacksonville I Mrs. W. n.il ddleton. ''V..... E. I* Splendid opportunity for hustler Coffee lb. 25c

. y and spent the day.. Mlddleton Mrs. Mae Johns and to step Into a 'permanent and I ,.Melbourne-Tlllman' Drainage District I

MarJorie Sue Middleton spent Sun profitable business. Write WT. MELBOURNE FLORIDA You !Will Like It 20c Can. 141hC

rJ lea lag shipment 'of '2.93' Silk day In Tallahassee with Miss Hazel Rawleigh Co., Dept 627, :Memphis [ ,

at Stump's. HlddleWD at the F, S..W. C. Term. -23-3t 1
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, FARM NEWS SECT1O: STOP FKON3 BLIGHT I I. Weekly Specialist from Home, Tallahassee Demonstration .1 I The Voice of Florida" {

m that ire being killed :
Cycad ptlm . .
frond blight should be spray .
1 I
Conducted By ad with 4-4-50 bordeaux to which College of Agriculture workers

calcium calcinate has been added POPULAR EGG DISHES' will speak over WRUF at noon

1 4 L T. DYER County Agent' .it the rate of 1 pound to 60 gal each day next week and the month.

to Dr O. F. Weber, Housewives should take advantage ly 4-H club program will be broad
; PEARL .JORDAN. Ioml'l' I)'mon"t ration Agent tons according cast 6 from
j MIHS! t-.8oclate plant pithologist with the of the cheapness of eggs by Friday May 7 to 7:30p. :
'I in the m., EST. Marion county club
1 Florida Experiment Station. Before using them more liberally

Rosa Boy Plant Graziw Crane eprnying he suggests that all diet. Eggs can be served in so many Tirls will have charge of the "-Ii

Santa I the old affected fronds be pruned) r different ways that no one should program.
Profits By Nine Now for Aptnaltt tn off and burned. ever become, tired of them. In Following Is the schedule for the
;I Years' ?-11 Work Harvest Next Fall The first symptoms of frond whatever way they are served they noonday farm talk:

blight on cycads are usually a lot' are an efficient source of protein Sat., May 7-Florida Farm News

} Now in his ninth year of ".H club (By Spuds Johnson) of small yellowish spots appearing minerals, and vitamins needed for vnd ihots.Hints. Farm Editorial Snap.

The Progressive Farmer-Kuril- over the pinnate leaves. These building the body and keeping It
W, I e work, Ralph Arant, Santa Rosa i..t said the other day that if you spots will enlarge finally turn r healthy. Mon. May Summer Vege.
county boy, has made a net profitof table" for hogs tables for Home Use-W. T. Net.
want to entire frond.
besides winning $608 In don't "brown, and kill the .r ejv' Aside from boiling poaching
9370 'nj no"Is" the time to be should bemore tles. Marketing Extra Cockerels
cows first
s cash prizes and free trips, accord- for The spray i frying and baking eggs there are -Norman R. Mehrhof.
I R. W. nlontlng some grazing crops or less a dormant spray and combinations with
'ed to popular
i tng to records subn a busy many Tues., May 10-Beneficial Birds
them. rye spent many should be applied before the new and
club agentRalph meats cheese or vegetables
stats boys'
t" Blackclock,
; and and Insects Pecan GrovesFredW.
In the afternoon in
late will
hour That mean
+ recently selected as one growth starts. such other delicious dishes as omelets -
was early In the morning "w It*1g ta- the future. A second application Walker. Farm Question Box.
near and
/ club custards
//"t of the four outstanding and and I know souffles whips. Wed., May 11-Vitamin B. What
/ L Florida at the Sle" for hog cows should be made when the new 1
bers to represent 'that crops which they can graze whorl of fronds Is about half ex dressings. It Is endue Importance. O. D.
111 lR National Club Camp at Washington. and harvest themselves do savet panded. Baked In Tomato Cups Abbott. Growing Bananas for Ornamental .

a ;u in June. lot of trouble and the cafeteria Scoop out the center of large and Commercial Pur.

(4, .L ; Ralph Joined the 4-H club In the ,1yla of feeding suits me considerably REGISTERED: ABERDEEN firm ripe tomatoes. Sprinkle the poses-T. Ralph Robinson.

''' spring of 1923 and since has completed hotter. ANGUS SALE WILL BEHELD tomato cups lightly on the Inside Thurs., May 12-Fish and Sea.

L ,l 20 farm projects; they being The tendency In everything now. IN OCALA MAY 7 with butter. Break an egg into food in the Diet-Agnes I. Web.

t, in sweet potato, corn, cotton, fat vtavs is to cut down the costs of each cup sprinkle with salt pep ate!'. Spuds Johnson Visits the

1' j # barrow, and breeding pig raIsing production. One of the beat ways'n Ocala Fla.-Twenty purebred C per, and fine bread crumbs, and dot County Agent.Fri. .

: Every year he has managed to which hog and cattle raisers can Aberdeen Angus bulls and nix or with butter. Bake In a moderatelywarm ., May 13-Silos and Silage

'"' make a profit on all of his projects. obtain low production costs Is to eight registered females will be oven until the tomato skins Crops-Hamlin L. Brown.

Last year, according to County. lot the animals harvest their own sold to the highest bidder at the are slightly wrinkled. .

1 1 Agent John G. Hudson, Ralph raised feeds. Of course range cattlo bar. fair grounds here Saturday May Hollandaise Sauce Chopped raw carrot, cabbage, or
'% an outstanding Poland vest their feed of grass on the 7, beginning at' 1:30: p. m. The sale Use 4 eggs 2 tablespoonfuls lemon celery, seasoned and mixed with

;' l' gilt and fattened three fine bar. I range but even they need some In being sponsored by the American 1h ., r juice 1.2 cupful butter 1-4 teaspoonful butter, makes excellent fillings for
rows, growing his own corn modern as supplemental feeds during times Aberdeen Angus Breeders' Association e "iY19c.. salt a dash of cayenne sandwiches.
He l Is a .
gk club project. when the groan crops is short.It in cooperation with the and 1-4 cupful boiling water Divide
be ---- --- --
farmer In every business-like respect as records can Is possible In .Florida to have Marlon County Chamber of Com- and brother S. A. Bryant,who is the butter into three portions. Pigs Is pigs but when turned into .

seen by his some kind of grazing crop each inerce, the Florida Agricultural Ex. now postmaster here. Beat the egg yolks and lemon Juice a field of good grazing, they
to improve
the cover crops grown month In the for hogs and and the State Live RAIFORD
year tension Service
1 land and the growing The home of Will Fredel of this together ,add one piece of butter make hogs of themselves. Now is
hla project plenty of grazing when needed for Stock Sanitary Board. place, was burned lost Tuesday and cook in a double boiler, stirring the time to plant the grazing crops.A .
of feed for his livestock. cattlo. Most of us know the crops These animals most of them Reel Kerce, Cor. until the mixture
night. There wasn't anything constantly
J Most of Ralj'h's prize money on which are suited best to our lands from Tennessee, will be
+ coming saved. Just how the fire started begins to thicken. Remove from piece of orange peel kept in
1 his) hogs and crops was won at and conditions. Or, if we want suggestions worthy of going Into the best herds Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Redd. Miss no one knows as the family was the stove add a second piece of the tea canister gives the tea a
5 i fairs, where he had: to meet regarding crops to be if the according to W. J.
state country Almeta Rltcb and Mrs. C. L. Jonesof absent at the time of the fire. butter and stir rapidly. Then add deliciously different flavor.
keen competition. Aside from be. for grazing, we can get Sheely extension agent in animal In
grown Ralford. spent the week-end Ozlas Alvarez of Jacksonville, Is the remaining butter and continueto
a constant winner In the county them by writing to the Experiment husbandry. H, further states that
ing .
Jacksonville.The spending several days with his stir until the mixture Is completely
club contest he has been one of Station or Agricultural Extension the: has well adaptedto RATS DIEso
p Angus proven
D. B. S. Players of Jackson mother Mrs. O. M. Alvarez. blended. Add the salt, cay
lr outstanding club leaders In the Service at Gainesville. the central Florida territory,
the show at Returnto do Mice eat BEST-
mystery and boiling water. once they
a enne,
ville, presented
county. lie has won and made two The main thing now la for us not and that those who visit the sale ) Jack Farley, who Is a candidatefor
YET. And leave odor be.
the school house last Friday night the double boiler and stir until they no
free trips to the National Club to neglect to plant these grazing also visit a number of fine office of clerk of the court with
may and
hind. Don't take word for it,
; {' .which was attended by many the sauce thickens. our
Congress In Chicago--one In 1027 crops. Many of thorn are already herds of beef cattle In the county. many others attended the political try a package. CATS and DOGSwon't
fr for showing reserve champion fat planted. However It we do not well enjoyed. rally at Lake Butler Friday. There Egg Benedict
of the touch it. Rats all
Bryant, an employe pass up
r barrow at the state pig club show, have enough already growing we BACK TO THIS "BIG FREEZE" Brady. office of .Jacksonville will be a speaking of the county Toast. slices of bread. Place on food to get Best-Yet Two sizes.
U. S
/ c and the other In 1929 for being should not lose( any more time In post candidates here soon. top of each toasted piece a thin
chosen as the bent club boy in his getting them started. Crops planted Dating back In experience of was in Raiford visiting his Lewis Ritch former postmaster, slice of cooked bam or crisply cook I: 50 cent size 3 oz. Is enough for

.' ; section of the state.ANTHRACNONK now will furnish good grazing members, to the "big freeze" of and owner of Ritch Drug Co., of ed bacon and on top of this a Pantry Kitchen and Cellar.

Si. next fall when It is needed. 1894, a local citrus cooperativeIn this place was a business visitorto poached egg. Cover with hot Hollandaise I 75 cent size 6 oz. for Chicken

t TOLL ON Florida known as the Nocatee GOVcNOIZ; ,:) : Folkston Ga., where he expectsto sauce and serve.at once. House Coops and small buildings.

t; MELON CROP CHECKED 4-H WINNERS TO Association, .iiaa for its manager I SAYS: purchase a business. I Sold and guaranteed by your Local .

1' 'a 9,, WITH SPRAY OR DUST GATHER FOR SHORT A. T. Shelter, who came to that O. :M. Keller of Daytona Beach Sebrlng-Hygema and Allyn Dealer.
COURSES IN JUNE locality more than 40 years ago. Inc., local contractors plan erec- I
spent Sunday here on a business
control but ,
"I 1 plead not for class
Through the DeSoto SubExchangethe tion for hotel for colored race. -, -
The 10 to 25 percent toll\ that for a true concert of tnteruula.' trip to the Florida State Farm. -
Mfi Nocatee local Is affiliated with .
'+ anthracnose annually takes on the About 700 4-H club boys and e David Sewell of Ocala, former Fort Pierce-Sagamore Groves
H the Florida Citrus Exchange thru "Istt us seek not merely to restore Inc. real estate capitalized at $1-
rt.. Florida watermelon crop can be girls, representing every section of section foreman of the A. C. L.
which Its members market their Let ue rumor and at the charter. ATLAS
600, granted
a greatly lessened by repeated and the state, are expected to attend product cooperatively. It is a'fromthegroundup" uui* time remodel To those mll- railroad was callingon friends
thorough applications of copper. the annual short courses here or at lions who now'" starve we OW. S here Monday. Panama City-New filling station .

lime dust or bordeaux spray according Tallahasse early In June accordingto cooperative dUlJsacre"/ a* to those thousands being erected at corner Harrison
? to Dr. M. N. Walker,watermelon state club leaders. Local business taking advantage of the Agricultural I who died in France-to fo.to Avenue and Fifth street for The Standard Oil

by n disease investigator for concerns in the respective Marketing Act. it that thu hall Dot come again Mrs. Linda Chandlee.

: the Florida Bxplrement Station. counties are financing the trips of This la the duty of all of ul..ad.ere / Tire GuaranteedOne
labor A
In CmaineM. agriculture
Anthracnose la caused by a fungus the boys and girls who have been NATIONAL 4-11 BROADCASTThe and government.

1,?-h,, or minute plant which Is distantly outstanding In the various phasesof National 4-H club radio e Year

lf ; !; related to bread mold. It is club work. broadcast for May will go over arf{ I "There will. be many In this no-

likely !to cause a few young plants The girls short course will be N. B. C. network Saturday May Ion during the coining month who NlN...1....N

i' to droop with a soft general rot I held at the Florida State College 7 r, from 12:30: to 1:30 EST. Ameri will Implore you not to swap horse*

And the older vines and leaves to for Women June 3-10. It will be ca's: favorite songs will be playedby crossing: a stream: !there will beOther
laughingly tell /
who will you
l; k i.. ,have 4 burned-over look and be conducted by Miss Flavla Cleason, the U. S. Marine Band, and club hat the appeal should have been Frigidairethe

;j practically! covered with almost state home demonstration agent members from West Virginia and worded-'do not swap lobo Tgani> -

black spots, but still greater In. and her associates Including a Indiana will speak. Florida eta- while you/ are lldtni down hill' 11 II

i, jury la caused to the melon. Plants number of county home demonstration Ions to carry the program are nUlI *e..m* to me the more truth- three
L and local leaders. Instruction ful. the more' accurate. plea to tb.p"OPle I year guar-
14: weakened by this disease are likelyto agents WJAZ, WIOD and WSUN-WFLA. L
set malformed melons, and even will be given In gardenIng of the nation should bet 'It 1 Special !Kinds
? anted electric refrigerator
old In spits of frequent
the car.
a a small crop of them. The Infection home poultry raising, food GEORGIA-FLORIDA repair, hae tires bump. < I

f '.1 f will spread to other melons.i conservation, home Improvement SINGERS CONVENTION emergency ins along downhill on only two Ii ; of Insurance

s+?.Y Infested melons at first become. sewing, nutrition personal health cylinder for three long years' It Is ..
1"' become! and recrea Valdosta, Ga., May Complete another car that will
bumpy then these bumps leadership, community time to vet Ihetommnnlf known form
;' sunken and fungus covered. Thus tion. Many entertaining and recreational arrangements have been made for tart uphill on all four.." BeRlDcI on afforded by nock fiN

)' S+ a lot of melons fall to mature others features will be added to the Annual Convention of the VIEW-LOW insurance there ut iptciat formaoli.rinK For sale bySmith's
t Georgia.Florida Singers Association "To .devoU to agriculture the equally enencial tafccnard
ee, fl have poor appearance and there I the program. At the close of the sn.me Interest and Intelligence! that against financial I.....

r l i; Is still a greater loss of melons InItransit. short course the state's healthiestgirl wbljh11 be held here 14th on .U now being given to Industry will. 1932 Prices You owe It to younelf to aoafdefIhr
and the winner of the state Saturday and Sunday May mean new rocrutt for farming' Special Inauranc* recommend

'' Dr. Walker believes that spraying I I clothing contest will be announced.The and 15th, :J. W, Lanier president of better living condition and thebreaking Because MILLIONSmore lions (for your financial l tartly Service

boys will meet at the college the Association 'stated today. down of artificial and unnecessary people buyGoodyeera. J." u< arc you ark
Is most effective In controlling
i II I This convention was 'organized barrier between" the these hlfth alceew 10<1", .
of here June 610. They
but that agriculture "
anthracnose leaves
on and the urban communities quality tires cost you
here nine and Valdostawas rural
years ago
Is effective In .I will be given Instruction in live e lluaGOODYEARPATHFINDER. StationStarke
dusting equally protecting
made Its home and It has been
+1 the melons. The usual stock raising poultry raising, "Th. great objective" Is the making HAROLD C. WALL
held here each since that time.
gr spray I I. a 4-4-00 bordeaux mix dairying, horticulture pasture, establishment year of country life in every way ah
ture. : farm mechanics record Amplifiers have been secured .dlrobl, a* city life--an objective Fla.
keeping, agricultural writing, and will be placed on the outsideof which will from the "economic side.make ,
rtlr The dust most generally used Is and leadership Some of the boys the building to accommodate powilbi the earning of an Supertwlst Cord Tire STARKE. FLORIDA u u v-.
r n'. td a 20-80 copper-lime dust made by all who will be unable to get Inside. adequate compensation: and on Lifetime Guaranteed
t 20 of will be given general Instruction. the social .1..... the ,enjoyment or -
; r mixing pounds mono-hydrate All singer and song loving people I CASH! MUOtl29x4.7530
others will specialize. The Instructors which
; sulfate and 80 pounds of hy. attend all the necessary advantage I
Copper are cordially Invited to Peen Each.
will be R. W. Blacklock stateoya' cities.
1// it drate4.Ume. with either the dust this convention, and arrangements exist today In.. the. .....Pun..._.__ ot I.. Tub
with .
) club agent specialists Each Pal< Plants of QualityWe
'; or spray It is to completely made to take of all Strawberry
necessary the Florida Agricultural Extension have been care "People *hi>til cover the plant If the application visiting singers. buy and to buy( liberally but they. J9s".40.n: 4.79 ...., 1.03
and number of
r Service a countyIgents.
Is to effect control. Mould also be advised< to buy 19x4.50.20 L3 S s.19 1.02Jh".50.n have fine River Bottom grown berry plants
Baseball mass '
games 1.03
'.43 s.a'7
A good schedule to follow for The Ca.Ufomtlextension service Wtat" '."
,; A games swimming, picture shows .J8s4.15-19 0.33 6.1. 1.17 I state certified and fine as grown. :Missionary Improved -
either the spray or dust Is to make says it coats in California $13.88 a .
t I the first application when the and a radio broadcast also from a typical year to keep a doe rabbit and, thaton WINIIw1WWNIwInweWaW ..WMNIINWWM.pIANlN4dh 29x5.00-19 >..49.S ...4S.7S I. O I Klondike, 1000, $2.25; 5000. $11; 10,000
campfire are being plan
''' j vines begin to run, the second ned. the average, a doe returns 10. J0x5.00-20: ..' *.SS I.n $20. Blakemore. new and fine very productive

v ; about the time the melons have set, 66; a net loss of 92.72.ApopkarBusy l 28x5.25-18: 7.SS7 30 1.35
tt the third about two weeks later, -- tiys 30x5.25-20: 7, '7.65 1.33 earlier than Missionary or Klondike twice as pro

4 and then two The most important rule In boll- 11x5.25-21: 8.IS '7.91 1.43 ductive. 1000 $3; 5000 $13; 10,000, $25. Buy your
one or additional applications Bee Cafe openedby .
la have the water .
"' Ing vegetables : lOd_. .._ ..0'73.9S .8.
if the weather Is particularly boiling rapidly before putting In Gladys. Tlbbltts. plants through my agents Brownlee Bros., Starke

1 wet. the vegetables and then cook them U. D. Truck 'Tire G. W. Roberts, Lawtey. If you can't see one of
V until they are Just tender. Use Outlasts CA1H patcsYSi. them order direct but be sure to buy our quality
Green sulfur dust Is now available one and a half teaspoons of salt to .. Price K.et Kachlnnf Tub
for dusting ornamental plants; each quart of water. plants. Catalog free for asking. We can ship
JOd_ 1S.4S I4.9S .OO
it U not quite effective as lime-
sulfur .UxS_ 57.10' I*..60sc X.XOs.ao any day now you want plants.
or bordeaux: mixture but Itleaves Leesburg-Improvement being .ttx&J a.so as.
) no stain. made at Silver Lake Golf course. J6s&a9.ao ...ZO 3.35

.14:1'7: :3*.40 35.36: 4.33 J. A. BAUER
.' .r 'ti'.l :
'I<{ / :1Rx739.603S.40: : 4.75

,:,.l:{,::, ; Wake Up Your Liver Bile Et your TRADE old I TilE STRAWBERRY PLANT MAN

. 9 a7.r tires for JUDSONIA, ARKANSAS

!. ,i ,- Without Calomel... O.AyaeAn NEW 1933 =-

I. -
bialfyl3aa es

And TouTl Jump Out of Bed II thl bite.U sot Sowing fnely.TOOT' foo4 of Face Powderand W.eth.eeTUNE You'll never know how gooda
4_', dlsert. It just dtaaf fa the)bowls.du ,
i1 In the Rang Goy IN cigar can be until yon
;q Morning to bloat' up your tamaek. You hT a renders a nvure durable. latt ,

thick bad ta.tt>and. your breath I*foul.,skis leg beauty.The soft even, fascinating COODYEARRADIO have smoked a .. w
y you feel sour and sunk and theworld ones break. out .In blemUM Year head. : appearance you secure: ,retains 'W. B.1"Babe" Douglass PROGRAMRegister .

looks punk don't swallow a lot ach.and. yo Gel down aad.....Your whole all of lu original attract- OF LAKE CITY WED._P. M.

of salts, mineral water oil, laxative CTvtvn la pobooed. i Ivenen! thruout the day without b WAs8'Now
candy or chewing gum and expect ItukMthoMfoodoUC&JlTER'SUmJI rubbing oft oritreaking.Its highly For Railroad

th'' +. 'them to make) you suddenly sweet LIVER PILLS to( t thai.taeyowda.thO.Sowing antiseptic and astringent action CommissionerThe Motor Co. ,

ern' and buoyant; and full of eun hfne. Sternly ud. mak yw.leal"..p sad up." helps trouble correct blemishes and skin PHONE 103: ':. SAME SIZE

t For they can't do>> it. They only They oatata woaderful fcaraleai. ....". Man Who Has Had the Experience MORE HAVANA

'; move the bowels and a mere movement us.tsbl..atr.etti am.[n(whoa It tame t* OOURAVtfSOP9ENT4I and Believes He Knows Louie's Service Station

doesn't ct at the cause. The making the bO flow treoty.Buldoa'tukforUvar PHONE 83 Delightfully MILD toI
reason (or your down-and-out feeling p W.lek(at Cart***. l Your Vote and Support Will Be

ls your liver.It should pour out two IJttU LHe PBI*.Laoh for la*MM Cattar" CREAM Appreciated. GOOD USED TIRESVULCANIZING /. Lewis Cigar Mfg. Co. Newark N. J. Maker
pounds) liquid bile into your bcrw Udauy. ItttU Ur.Mb s .... ... ....... R.. e Paid. Adv. I I ,
WMca, flea* sae R..a.l
..........thattll__ 01.... .1IL c:. ... GAINESVILLE CANDY CO., GalnOSTWe..FIa.BSi1L'P4Nr1 .
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-- ;: ,," ".,'"." : similar to our surrender to the use "I will heal their backsliding. I wear a flower for Mother's Day. months was- called- to Atlanta-Ca.- -. ''I l, 1\:.

: l ,, : of liquor. I will love them freely: for mine an- Worship at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. DOUBLElUN Saturday on account of the lllneaa ,( I s '

[ .. : ."' .I iif -' ger is turned away from him Mother's Day service at 11 a m. of relatives. J r .

: hi ;> I I DAILY BIBLE THOUGHTSMay Hosea 14::4. We are looking for a large aud- Sri.. Itttota Itrowpj.. ('Ur. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts, Jake l (!

12. By what means is this healing ience. Let us have the oldest Roberts and Mrs. Chelcy Fogg and \

, "" GIn accomplished mother and the youngest mother Miss Mae Bryan was the guest children were visiting Miss LeoLa 1 0 i iI

ii>. lamp uto my feet; anil a light unto my pitk-Ptalm 119:105.: Him We Live: That they "Ile (Christ) was wounded for present. Flowers will be providedat of Miss Millie Judd Friday after I Fogg at Gainesville Sunday. '

should seek the Lord. For in our transgressions, he was bruised church entrance for all to wear Mrs Lassie Waadln returned to 9

fffUrtTttrirTlrtlTf 3fpBltH All religious) teaching, doctrine or him we live, and move and have for our Iniquities: the chastisement In honor of mother.B. I noon.Miss Boots Brown was visiting I her home In Jacksonville after +
gnrUlOrUSi,| : creed if they are to have any claim our being.-Acts 17: 27, 28. of our peace was upon Him; and Y. P. U. at 7 p. m. Come on Miss Willie Johns Saturday after. spending a while here with Mrs. ; '1'' ,'

upon the love loyalty and devotion of the people, must be In harmony with When should we sek the Lord? with His stripes we are healed." time. noon. Bessie Wasdln./ 'k''

ihfl teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold crevice Answer read Ian. 55.6.: Isa. S3: 5. ; 1i
Regular Wednesday evening service Virgil Brown Is spending a few -- .
I human heart md of whom it was cold in John:46, "NEVER MAN ------- -
of the LIKE TINS MAN." May 13. What takes,place when one at 8 p. mTRAIN. weeks In this section with his uls KILL RATS !
SPA.KE The Right Attitude 0 is converted to Christ? '
: come let -- -- ter Mrs. Thelma RIgdon. > ,.

ruxtora of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use this. despertnlent us worship and bow down; let us "Where If any man is In Christ SCHEDULE Mr. Edward and Kenneth Bag. and Mice, that's BESTYET the old 'e \,

for news of church activities, organization and announce* kneel before the Lord our maker. he is a new creation: the old things well were the guests of Albert reliable rodent destroyer l t
comes In
menta' Space freely Items given roach and this no charge office before mldthe only regntremenmoenlsg t For be Is our God; and we are the are passed away; behold, they are Our schedule changes March 9th Brown Simday. powder form. No mixing with other ,a< f
such Wednesday ;
bgpg:::"; that people of his palture.-Psalm 03/ : become new." 2 Cor. SiT: R. V. and trains will run as follows: Mica\ Ines the I I
_........".......... k.v cannot be handled for current teens Bryan was guest foods. Your money !back If It .'\.,, t
u.. 7.Why margin See Acts. 9.1-22: ; 22: 1-21; Southbound, local No. 1, due of Misses Boots and Freda Brown tulle "',:,

should we not be afraid? 26:: 123. Starke 11:12: p. m Friday afternoon. "' 11 I',
,--- I pray thee, with that same red pottage 14. What Is the 60 cent sire, 3 02. Is enough for w
Answer read Isa. 41:10.: value of merely Southbound local No. 11, due Mr. Tom Bryan And Earl Johns r ''I I
SUNDAY SCHOOL I ; for I am faint; therefore was Pantry, Kitchen and Cellar. ;
May 8 outward form? Starke 9:35 a. m. were the guests of Mr. Ancel 1<

1 LESSON I II. his name called EUom" Edom Warning To Meddlers: He that "For In Christ Jesus neither circumcision Southbound limited KoT 107, due Brown Sunday 75/ cent else, 6 ox. for Chicken }

I I. _I was! a small territory lying: south passeth by and. meddleth with avalleth nor unclrcuraclslon Starke 10:28 a. m. Mrs. Enoch Griff, Arthur Qtlf- House Coops and small building. ,! P

1933 of the Dead Sea, and Beau Is said strife belonging not to him is like but a new creature Gal. Southbound limited No. 101, due fill and Mrs Emma Dickorson werr
8 Sold
FOB -MAY to have been the ancestor of the one that taketh a dog by the ears. 6: 1//). Starke 11.00: p. m visiting Mr and Mrs. O. L. Brown Local/ Dealer.and guaranteed by your {1MJis 1'

Sells Ills Birthright Edomltes. -Proverbs 20: 17 15. Through what was the orig Northbound local, No.2, due Sunday.Mr. I ;

Subject: Egan Lesson.) When Esau asked for the pottage How does God expect us to inal creation wrought? Starke 5:10: a. ra. and Mrs E. Wllmot and Mr I I l\Jo'ru'lQ 1O IU IITo.n AND ('Hitt). 1'

(Temperance Text: "Every man that "Jacob said, sell me this day walk? Answer read--Gen. 17.: 1. "By the word of the Lord were Northbound local No. 12, due and Mrs Volley Starling attended rrnna

Golden thy birthright." MiyO the heavens made; and all the host Starke 3:31 p. m. the singing convention at line Modus la hereby given thixt, alt 3

gtrivcth all for things.the mastery 1st Cor.is 9:25.temperate : / Jacob took advantage of hlbrother's s Come All the World: Come, and of them by the breath of His Northbound limited, No. 108, due Level church Sunday, ., nil credltora pornona' leiiatftAft' havlnir, distributee clnlm airalnat. : and

in Genesis 25:27-34 hunger to secure his hear all ye that fear God and I mouth.: Pa. 33::6. Starke: 8:50 p. mViuimwi. Mr. and :Mrs. Jim Bagwell and! tha eetnte of K 8. Humphrey, daceuaeri. 11 ,
: '
Lesson Text: birthright and all that he would Inherit will declare what he hath done for 13. Through what Instrumental \ Branch Mrs. Lum Johns were the guests are hereby. requeeted to pre. 1
of Lesson: 1805B. Kent tnelr
Time and Place as the older son. my soul.-Psalm 66: 16. ity is conversion wrought? No 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m. of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Brown Sun- Oeo A, Oardiner rlalme to the llonornble judge of ,

C.; Eeersheba. For that conduct Jacob has always How can one rejoice even during "Being born again not of corruptible and No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. day. Bradford; county, Florida 1 ':, for his ap '
Twenty years' after the marriageof proval within cine year from dat. .'
been criticised. Many think seed but of incorruptible daily except Sundays./ --- .----
and Rebekah their twin trials Answer, readd Peter 4: hereof or this. notice will b. 1I..1rIn
Isaac! Rebekah conspired with her favorite 12. 13. by the word of God,, which liveth T. J. Griffin Agent bar thereto, and all persons Indobtnd

eons Esau and Jacob, were born. son to thus swindle his brother. :May 10Ask and abldeth torever." I Peter 1 :23 1 1MI. to their said said estate. debt am reouemed to par t '
red while GRAHAM forthwith to the
The name means Esau was a man of strong ap What Ye Will: If abidein (Concluded next: week.) Blue Itut Schedule underala-nnd" ."'.<.Mtor.
"Jacob" meant Esau "deceiver"a few or minutes"sup- petites and desires. "And Eaau me and my word abide in you Dally; effective Jan. 1, 1932. ... Klleil. ..u......... Car Thl 11th day of March A 8. ,CHBJWS A. :T> 1914.,
planter. Jacob and under the said. Behold I am at the point to ye> shall ask what ye will and 1 it PKESBVTEUIAN Northbound-!9:03 a. m, 1:59: p l-ll't-S-l KincutorNOTlOi i

older than ; die: and what profit shall this shall! be done unto you.-John 15/ : m? 4:39: p. m, 8:19: p. m. Among those from here who attended -. --- -
Hebrew law was entitled to twice birthright do to me ?" But Jacobwanted 7. Services Sunday May 8, as follows Southbound -.9:3.: a. m., 12:34: p exercises ) 'I'" llKKKtltS AMU (Nhl)-
were t
much of his father Abraham'sestate 1 irons
as the strongest transfer that What will the Heavenly Father : m., 4:34: p m., 12.00: a. m. Willie Strickland Mr, and Mrs C. Notice la N 'l ;

as the younger son. The could be made. "And Jacob said give us? Answer, read--Luke 11: 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M Tickets and Information at B. Roberts Thelma Wynn and Mr. ..r..
older son was also head of the family wear to me this day: and he shard 13. Truby, supt. Smith's Service Station next to and Mrs. nil persona hnvtnir" oliilma, ...",,,.t >tr I
or tribe, and entitled to act 11 a. m. Morning worship. This courthouse. Chesley Fogg and family I the estate of 1.. W. Kli-Uliter, dreaniV. >'
unto him: and he sold his birth- 11 .
May Lewis Starling Is very ill at this are hereby reoriented to present -
as priest for the family. These l IB Mother's Day and It Is suggested their clnlma' '
to the
Honorable '.1 ,
right unto Jacob. Then Jacob gave A Secret Retreat: Hear my voice writing. We all wish him a apeedyrecovl'ry.
were called the "birth- that all (lardlnvr, juria-. nf 4
privileges we wear a white flowerin Clonlnic of'Mull. lnrsdfurd r
Esau bread and pottage of lentiles; O God. In my prayer; preserve my County, for ht.
right. and he did eat and life. honor of mother. The pastor South approval within' on* year hem date
drink and rose Hide me from the secret Mr. Weeks, who has been the e
Our lesson says,,"The boys grew; will speak on a topic appropriateto No. hereof, or ibis anti h'. will b* held I In
11. and ,
up, and went his way: thus Esau counsel the! wicked.-Psalm 64: parcel post letters guest of Billy McEver for several bar thereto, and all pureon Indebt
and Esau was a cunning hunter amen despised his birthright. 1. the day. 9.15: a. m. ed to Raid estate are r.ri'tested to i
of the field: and Jacob was a 2.Upon 7 Christian Endeavor. 'I pay their .nlrl debts. forthwith to I rr'
p. Topic No. 107 letters delivery '
It is said this only gave Esau's whom may we call when i in special OHDF.lt OK ITIII.IC'ATION: ", ''U.NO'l"CIQ the undernlirneil executor.

plain man dwelling in tents. Esau consent to the transfer, but the trouble? Answer read -- Psalm]. "Appreciating Our Parents." and special handling, 10:00 a. m. 1 TO APPRAIlTO' Thla nth dny of April A D 18U. 1 ))1

enjoyed the wild life of the desert birthright transferred I i50:15.I1 'Leader Marjorie Stump. North : Haletead R Mcir.lroy and wife, JAM K KICKI.ITRR: Hit
was :
really :
and the dangers of the hunter of j' 8 p. m. Eveningworship, song No. 12, parcel poet and letters, Mary M. McRlrny and Wllllard C. l--9t.e-a ICIKIAFI) M. THOMAS. I
by the blessing of Isaac obtained May 12 Htephenann and wife, ninetieth:: .Executor
big game: while Jacob loved a simple by the treachery of Rebekah and Better Than Life: Because thy and sermon. I[3:15: : p. m. Btephenann! the place of residence '
home life. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 No. 108, letters spec&l! delivery nf each. of whom la La FarBOVIlle,, NO'l'I1Q oi" AmiuATioi I v d
Jacob, as described In Chapter 27 loving kindness, 0 God U better New York TIMED
"And Isaac loved Esau because of Gensls which you should read. than life, my lips shall praise thee. p. m. and special handling 0:30 p. m. YOk.T AHI5 iritnEIlY NOTIFIED TAX !

he did eat of his venslon: but Re- Each of has a birthrightthe -Psalm 63: 3. The Woman's Auxiliary of this Night mall closes at six o'clock. fendant that you have been made \early des Notice. I I. hereby clven, that W. T, l
you l to the 4111 nf Complaint W ekn.' holder. of Tax Certificate No
bekah loved Jacob. For years before love of God and sacrifice pre How did Jesus begin his great church will meet at the hqme of No. 1, due at 11:12: p. m. filed lit the Circuit Court of Florida, 9e, 9n4 day of July A. U. 1919, ha.

his death Isaac was blind. For pared by Christ, furnishing to i "Sermon on the Mount ?" Answer Mrs. W. A. Stern Tuesday evening No. 2, due at 0:19: a. m Bradford Seth ludlctfti. Circuit, In and for filed said eort/float. In m* olTloe ,
you County In Chancery In and
application for lax deed to '
May 10th at 8 o'clock. !olr.. W B.
,food Esau furnished him with the the blessings of a Christian life in read-Matt. 9:3-11. \Vanne Branch that certain. cauaa entitled The Ked leaua thereon In accordanoa with ,, +p j t
beat of the wild he killed. Williams will conduct the study of ernl Lend lank of Cnlumhhl,'Pteln lavRalil certificate embrace tits
game this world and of eternal life after ---. Mall closes 7:00: a. m. tiff l
Haletead K. MclOlroy, .t following deacrlbed .
the work of the church in Latin property eltuntad twl f
Jacob remained at home with his death here. We are offered these SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Mall arrives 2:40: p. m. al., defendant, wherein. the plaintiff'" In llradford County. Florida, tow ,/ ?
mother and they were companionsaround America.A nook In foreclose it lien of the mnrt- !
blessings without price. Belief i In cordial invitation to all our MaRe fflven by HnlHtnd H MoKlroy North Half of Southeast. quarter.
their home tents. Jesus as the Son.of God, and Convention or the New Birth JackBonvllle-.Pavlng of Cassatt .and wit. Mary M. MeKlroy, covering nf Northeast quarter. Section Ii. Ill
Isaac and Rebekah both madethe ceptance of him as our savior acre services extended to all. avenue, from Edgewood to the following dem-rlhed property In Townahlp 6, Houth, a !'Mast
Florida to-wit: The assessment of said properly t
mistake of being partial towardone the conditions. The text and comments (Continued) !METHODISTMother's Lennox avenue planned. All that certain plice, tract or parr under the. ald certificate Ueuail: was n
of their children. Such a course eel of land, nlttiatw.. lylnir and being", In tha name of Jolla Onndwlna.
of this lesson to Jacksonville
are applied 9. In what words to Peter did -Buildings destroyed In the county of Bradford and mat. ITiil''** nerd certificate shall be re. ''
Is almost certain to cause suspicionby temperance and prohibition. Jesus indicate the kind of service I Day celebration at the by fire which dovasted F. 8Buffum of Florida, ,, more particularly, d""rlh.,1 deemed "",'orellnll'( to hiwng.e.., tax used ,d t +lil
the children toward the ae followH, to-wlf Th. will lino thereon t'i't
parents on the lard day ti
and hatred Under the heading EVILS OF ;a converted person should render Methodist church Sundlmorning Lumber Co., yard recently Northwest quarter nf the' Southeast of May A. 1>. 181*,' I ? '.
among the children. In INTOXICATION Peloubet's Notes his brethren ? I will Include special music and sermon to be rebuilt. quarter and tha, West half nf the Pitted\ this, 191 h day nf April A
Bpe&klng! / of such favoritism by Northeast qunrler. of the Houtheaet D. 1131. '
parents writer on the Sunday School, says "As "And the Lord said, Simon Simon by pastor on "Mother !In the H o w e y-In-the-Fl lll s--Orange belt quarter and Hm South half of th. o w. ALnmnMAN. ( N ,
a "Miserable
says opium la to the Chinese so Is alcohol behold Satan hath desired to i home church and .the nation." Securities Co., real estate dealers, Mm(Thwart ritmrter <.f the Northenetriuurlrr (deal) Clerk of Circuit Court, Irt I
discord ensues when the two guidesdo ,, all In Hurt Ion twelve OU,, 11 cad tor,1 County, Florid ,h.
not confront the a source of many popular have you, that he may sift you as' Comet! Come! granted charter. Township mown. (7), Mouth Rnngs 4-ia-et-5-tO.

children as one delusions among the western nations wheat: but I have prayer for thee 1 Evening service 8 p. m. Subject, Twenty-ona (21)) nest, cnntalnlmf: -
being, one .i Iffhty (90))
thought iiTeN, more
one lesr
heart one or
bend: when many Impressions are most that thy faith fall not: and when "Missing the Way" to young and IS: CANTOR OIL A I1LADDKK Von and KH.I.II. of you, are there MAsT9R'a' stile
appeal is made to the
deceptive; alcohol promises restand thou art converted strengthen thy PHYSIC? I fore hereby: rumilred' to appear tn NOTICE) ,In hereby l given th.t un

ono! one from parent the other as a; when shield childrenuse actually makes the body less brethren.*" Luke 22:31 32. old.Young people's meeting: 730.: No but juniper oil Is. Usejt to .the mild you Hill, hrfnra"t Complaint the'Clerk' eo of filedanalnet thin. of d"r forecloanra and hy virtue made. of and a final rendered decree. hy '

againstthe fit for exertion; it promises com 10. What other experience is associated Mrs. Ferryman supt. drive out Impurities and excess court IIn the nth day of Jun., ID82, at the llonornbl A. Z. Adklna, Judc .: i
other; the one permits what the irritation the court, h...... In Htnrke, Florida. : of the Clruult. Court.
the fort, and then Increases the total with conversion? Methodist Sunday school will/ acid that cause otherwlee, a. Deere* pro Confeeiui of the Idth Ju' it
other prohibits the dlclal circuit of Florida In and fniliradford '
; one assents misery sickness. and poverty; f it "For this people's heart la waxed celebrate Mother's Day. Every which results In getting up nights, will be entered. atralnnt you, and each County. In Chancery dated' ;
and "
the other refuses. promises warmth and makes men gross and their ears are dull of pupil will be presented with a suitable bladder weakness, leg pains back I of IT you IS, for trJ.I'W'nt1h.,' :"this, antics April. (7th!( 111:19, In that cause then. Y its ) rl
In '
The lately pending hetween
lesson says "And Jacob sod freeze more quickly; it gives momentary hearing and their eyes they have picture. ache and burning. Get juniper oil i ha puhlleheil once a week for four Land Hunk ..f> Columbia the, Plain Federe.1 k

pottigo and Esau came from the relief from care and 'th e closed; lest at any time they should Let us swell our attedance to a In the form of Bukets, the bladderphysic I County oonaecutlv Telegraph weekM, In the 1-lriLilford. tiff and J. M Trnhy, widower, elal ) }P i'
field, and a newspaper haying ., rendnta, th. %
he was faint. The word"sod" next day after the night before see with their eyes and hear with high mark and keep our marks t also containing buchu irenerul circulation. In llradford who wa therein appointed underalcnad.lie tips: f 1

In the text means "boiled", brings a new crushing burden their cars and should understand high. E. K. Perryman. supt. leaves, etc. Use a 25c: test box. If County Thl. ,Sod Florida olal blaster In Clmnccry to exeuuithe ,
of I
and the "pottage" was similar t o mental, emotional physical and social with their hearts and should be not satisfied your druggist will return I liLY May A U. 1032. day .of"m.Jun... will, nti Monday, the 6th '
1911. .
durlnw tha laitalhoura
bean or pea soup, and was a favorite earlier fatigue susceptibility converted and I should heal them'd BAPTIST your money. You are bound to Baal O 'V, AMJKRMAN, of sale, before the M 't
( ) .
dhh. and .t-'rrjt llrc.uit oiirt, house Poor In Blarke! Court'I. I
this cleansing
to acclden and disease an Matt. 13: 15. feel better after I. lIralt"r" County, Florid
to the htuheiit and beet bldilir
When Esau smelled and saw the greater mental depression 11. What gracious promise does Sunday school at 10 a. m, A. J. you get your regular sleep. Sold I i WAtto'rney.lur plalntlffiiBy i. cash the followlna* described land, i e11RIr Y,

food r he "said to Jacob feed me I Esau's yielding to his appetite Is God make to His people ? Thomas supt. Everyone come and I I by Mitchell's Drug Store ,,1-I.U.e-a. limited. In llradford, county Flor h r t

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NT/:'!4'aJ: 'r"W"4" of 1'I' 'Ao'lyi cent,
DOROTHY DARNITLITTLE Charles McManus of Ntarke and lIanet."on Publli.

containing forty-nine acren, 11toad 11-
all In Section seventeen (17) Vowrt-
ship !Six! ((6) Mouth of Itanr, "Twnnty '
CIRLYOU WELL GIVE ME YOU WOULDN'T two (23) Kant of the Tallahanae. tS Ei Ib

LOOK LIKE THE ENOUGH TO GET N O WANT TO SEE A I SMOuLD .'fI'M" ) fioiw MOMS! AND I 1 Ida Meridlnn, and. Shown./In Bradford by plat county of ,eurvey Finr lY+

DAUGHTER OF /\ < / I A ft A GOOD NIGHTS POOR OLD MAN SAY NOT / GO TO OtO RICMTNOW 1 : f-1 trade by It. H fwi...rcreil.. surveyor, I f
on file with the Federal Land Hank t '
RICH HAW ( REST WILL WALK THE STREET 7 \ of Columbia, 8. O +

ALL. NIGHT NOW _A 1 with the appurtenances Maid< sale
You? to lie made pureimnt to said, decree '(f Yj
\ WOUUO YoU. / to satisfy the same and e <.eta ? );
h yr t I) / t' M K. !'Eflll Y MAN. n ,
A* Special Muster In Chancery. 1 I }; i
LAYTON A" OKAV.I DMlneivllle ,
Y Attorney, for Plaintiff. Fla'I I l'r
w t, //1 JJ.I l-e-et-i.1.. ; ,

,1 ivoriria OF SP. ('IAL MA"rkii-ii

au.1Ii 4
i NOTICM 18 IIBnBBY fllVVSN. that r i
under and by vlrtua of that certain,, I
r decree of foreclnaure. and sate mad
and entered on th-SMh day of April
A. D. toil by the Honorable A. 7.. r
Adklna, Judva, nf the Circuit Courtof I ;
Bradford County Florida, In
Chancery silting, In that certain ) ;
CHUM* pending In nald court whareln JJ
Th* Florida; National. Bank of Jack. a
"' .I"h.a corporation i la plalntlir' i
and J. Bitch. .t al, are defendant )1
*, the underalirned. ae Kpeolal '
!Muter appointed by the court In It* l,(' I' 1
I final decree aforesaid, will offr p;
for sale and will eel I, In pursuance.
of and to satisfy said d..ar..t pub- tF'
Ho outcry, to the hlfheet and beet tL,[
bidder or blddera for cash before. the
I .cerra .. front door of the Bradford County 1\'
.",. I ;000.11I.,1. ('nurthouee. In the City o( Btarke, t
.. -_. Florida. on Monday June. 6th A. D
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- '-' __ S l 1992. the cam. ; a legal r Hal 4 '
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Days" within the le..a' houra of sale, f
THE 1\MAIN to-wlt between eleven o'clock a m lw//,
Van Zelm and two o'clock' 'p m, tha property
Situate I lying and blnir In Bradford
County Florida, described ae fol F4'
f / MADAME! 9CDKCM-MU5IC LlS-JOrft- low: ap

Built. :) luz GMN: 'trlndOUT ItiTl.QQ\jPT\Otf; r \ The rthea.t Northeast Quarter Quarter of the Southeast of the I IT4

ltAO't. 1 DottT tdutrl/t/ Quarter (Except 4 AH ."re. Wilt of
4i1kFGT! I'u bltn Road) and I the /
South half of
1lA'JlfotG: :) t1EV5pAPGR. fIA"f MUTNIHe' the Northeast Quarter. of the Southeast -
) f Tj saw sr BUT- Quarter of Section 15 Township
I ..hb 1iG )441H ii (, Itanqe 92 Kant, containing seas {! 1
lU21 CORA 'k
JA1lL LOVE rCVCB DVE4 BUT Kf the eerie East more aide. or of!I...Public, or all Road.the land on hf+l( .,

ROLLER SKATES LOTS OF MAI a. DOC6. One and one-half acres, beginning
P05T OPPICtDUWBBCU.T&ttD : at the Houtheaat corner of the Houth.-

ON MAIN *T. w test Quarter of the Southeast Quar ,,
t.r..f Hectlon 20. and running thence
1 .f North One Hundred. Five feet; thence !(
r l3tA e1GDi west Mix Hundred
a feel,
1G may nonce Mouth One Hundred lr.ru feel,
> 1m ffffi I
tu-lU.J.,T ee a / thence Bant Six Hundred Thirty feet t
8. to point of ......nnln".
; tnebacatrnTdUN Also, the Northeast Quarter. of the
0u1'9I, tiosr MIO OPCWtC Northeast Quarter (except SIx ac-rea) h 4
RoI.w:2: bthtGS I \ O 101 fiY1a10 In Southeast corner and sire except
'f r} I one acre In the 8outhwe corner of )
f )j Section 55, all being In Township 9
DODGY i$ SEVERAL OalEr1 / f mouth, Ranee 22 East and oonlainInir -
"K r, 3 In all Ihlrty-elx acre and one- t
CONVINCED HC M*& ', e.---= half. more or leee. I
tinT YET -tZ-: Tuirether with all e,{
*uuy w -- and alnirular
MA5 .. -
tin--ear 4 F
** ,r.rN1n .y tenement, hereditament and
AIlT OC -- r' l ll [
Vfc 41T ,
RAn.L. ,
IQ, t. appurtenances thereunto "
90rIG' t mcl7t919Ln1'!!: : !! : 3 n4 jr In any wise belonclnc.
S'OLICIt ''tII\lS;; : u- 4i apperlalnlnc.
0. '" 1 aa ':;-.t ? This 26lh day of >or II. A n 192f. j '
ABOUT a c A. a CRRwa. f
I 1'i Special Master $
._ -- J. W HAFIRRLU Jaaxeunvitle, r'
Attorney lor Flalntlffa. r ) i

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I I Po'llcil Announcements and support will he appreclat vet.

Bradford County Telegraph I I FOR STATE SKHTATOH LOUt H. !illy,
I From Other Pens 1 Flower GardenDean In respons to the traincestton of r myself
many: friends, and believing that 1 dldat the office of Ass V1"
F Established 1877 ran be of valuable servle to the Tarns of Bradford r\UDk2f
: Count
.... Talnmge.)
( senatorial. district
i people of this to the wishes. of the voters lo
of U.lon..ru1 Bradford I.
A large I myself 5Ifi-0i lr..th.'J10<< '!1* Den; atic
MEM.BERFLORIDA Help Yourself Draws counties. hereby announce : prlmar It elected, I guareLLee
at a candidate tor state senator, all\
Crowd, says a starke TelegrnplihettdUne. Shall we ever forget them-that concealed generously encouragedto subject to the will of the Democratic datlons the favors and. Information courtesies aecommo.

PRESS ASSOCIATION \ It always floes.Times- maglo mantle of oriental glory! blow In rich profusion that we, June voter 7.at 1112.the I primary am In favor election of and on given through that ottle.that ran b."

1 : Union. What a wealth of color and fragrance -i the recipients of her graciousness will work for tax reduction and In predate vote and.your: asalat\nce.serious oonelderaUon",
3 2 old Inhale the aroma a reduction of the expense or iun I
\4 1 0 clustered around that and care may N. D. WAINWRIQHT
. I alsofavor
dumb fling the tate irovernmenti;
VnLk rL o7utWtd .. If you are too talk you slower garden! How tenderly her from the zephyrs of infinite com and will work far the hereby ;
.; ::J I
can still be a good listener.-Stark* hands caressed and coaxed them passion.The strengthening- the slat' banking dldate for re-elertlon announce to myself the a can.'

. I Telegraph. Or announce for office and how splendidly they respondto Flower of Joy. Rosebud of law make to their.protect liability: depositor to lone and much to Tax: Assessor During the office three"f

Entered Second Class Crestvlew Messenger.0 her coaxing with bud and blos- her youth, thorned with life's trials, more remote. I will ever be alert year that. I have been your a..vi">"Mr
and as I have tried hard to
; Published Weekly on Fridays for and on the Hunt side of any give to the nuk.
Florida --- som. The cells of our memory but blooming In resplendent radiance other measure which I believe te lie all that could be expected. !I of mi

."" l Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Starke Telegraph carries news have stored up the rich aroma of In the smiles which 'concealher be for the beat Interest of the pea- a* assessor and In asking for r,.

rom the following villages In Brad- them; before our eyes there is I anxieties. Her courage the fertile pie and and property.the protection Your vote of their and rights support am election. IjrOml.*, you this continue, that Hi to

Owner and Publisher ford county: Zlff, Boatdraln, stretched a v\eta of: gorgeous colors soil of its planting. Her optimism will be highly appreciated, and serve you honestly fearlessly, and
B. S. Matthews Beach Five If I am elected your confidence In Impartially.: I will appreciate your
i Managing Editor Double Run. Bootseya and our souls today are bathedin and tears, the complex of her me wlllll.Y.. be violated.Respectfully. vote at the coming primary and
I J. C. Robinson _- Mile and Sandy Lane.-Times-Un the dews of a thousand, blossoms nature, the waters that refresh and ral elections. R."p.cUnliY'II.
t ,'a Ion. of Lake Butler, gla. 1. M. MANN. M. :X>. W. HAYEd.
.a, gathered In the early morning sunshine urge on the flowering happiness.

,,v ; k: SUBSCRIPTION RATE -- from Mother's Garden of How hardy their growth! To the Democratic Voter. of Ih.Fltt.entb FOR atlER -
to vote foe To the Democratlo voters
A woman registering Her Senatorial DistrlettMany of Brad
Payable In Advance Flowers. The Flower Forgiveness. of the both Bradford ford County:
75c voters,
Months -
" '; S Yearly, $1.50; Six the first time asked to what political -: But shall we not today think ofMother's floweret Immortal! Blossoming for and Union counties, which comprise 1 hereby announce my candidacy.

4 Rates on Application organization belonged the bun i flower garden differently Boyhood youth manhood the above senatorial district, urgedme for of this county, subject to
Advertising ever.
With prior to the death of Senator the action of the voters at the camIn -
co party.-SUrke Telegraph. ? Let us pluck from her gardenof knows no more perpetual budding. John, to enter the race for the *- Democratic primarelection,
the Prohibition Party we'd guess. the heart the most beautiful Along by-path of boyhoodand Democratic) nomination a. senatorIn promising If elected a faithful, hone
Sunday Is Mother's Day. Press. every the coming primary: election to set, and efficient performance of the
p Macclenny flowering specimens and cluster youth flourishes this flower of be belli In June 188*. I now take duties of said office. Tour vote and

o -- o them in a love bouquet to place forgiveness. By the pitfalls, on the this method' of makingmy formalannouncement support I I. respectfully solicited
the nuisance for this Important LAURICE C. CLEMON3
to Press Association -
,; ? It's proposed to make fish liars subject Suwannee River upon that little mound or perhaps, rocks and In the crevices of turmoil office. I ask each and very voterto
will meet in Macclenny May a corsage that she may wear if she and temptation, when we carefully: consider my candidacy; I hereby. : announce; at candidate
i'"t'' h tax. 20 In an endeavor to prove Baker i If 1 am the nominee I pledge /tl- for sheriff of Bradford County, FlorIda "
Is still in the land of the living. 'stumble and fall she lifts us with ulent, service to the people.Hexpoctfullr.. and respectfully solicit and will
' o county's contention that it la fried and appreciate your support nt. the. June
stumble again
: : : Thursday half holidays are springing up all over the chicken headquarters for the stats Oh! of Memory the mind,. ,wonderful today wield magician thy- I again she forgives-times without Lake Butler, Fla HAL. T, MAINBS Primary W. J. EPPERSON.

of Florida.-Times-Union. :number we choose error and with At the solicitation of many: friend I hereby. announce my cnndldao-
state. -- golden wand and miracle-like I have decided to become a candidate for sheriff of Bradford county subject
o to transform Into beauty. Infinite and : out limit of patience or enduranceshe for State Senator, 16th senatorial < to kctlon of the voters at the
It's getting harder every year this district, comprising Bradford June 1th. I have been
tear-bathes and crushes primary a
: has nice quiet street by the name of Pistol balance the budgets by simply eternal. ; Mother's flower garden of i and Union counties. If elected. I cltlaen. of the county all my life and
uD Gainesville a the I the heart! This garden where :little flower of her heart and makes promise faithful and conscientious have never asked. for an office: lit the
holding the taxpayer up by a healing lotion for our blunders. service. and respectfully. solicit the hand of the voter If elected 1
iN, ll, Alley. heels and shaking his pockets dry. character blossomed BO beautifully support of all Democratic voter at promise the cltlsen of the county
> o When we -where kindly deeds flowered so It may not be so fragrant to our the June Primary efficient! law enforcement, without
--Starke Telegraph. memories as some of. the other W. B. MIDDLETON. showing partiality. Your support
find more bull than fried chicken at political reach the jumping off place we spontaneously, where loving sentiment and vote will bs appreciated,
You but there is
can flowers undying
: borrow from banks or float thoughts roved la the sunken gar- Van RI1IMIKSKNTAT1VB OSCAR ANDREU
can and gratefulness, and Inspi- t respectfully announce my candidacy _
den of her heart's splendour.The .
Y, picnics. bonds.-Crestvlew Messenger.i : for Representative of Bradford MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD-DM. 1
o Flower of Love her flower of ration, and charity for others in County subject to the will of I take this method of announcing
i -
+ -- stamen and this flowering glory of the mother- the Democratic voter of the comlnaprimary my candidacy: for member of school.
k It's too late to register but there's still time to pay your Tallahassee Democrat says we I amaryllis; sepal plstal. election June 7. f'dlI board from School District No. I,
can all agree that we have useless petal functioning In rythmic heart heartforgiveness.And nominated I and elected t I comprising. North Starke and Lawtty
tax. throb instinct of the born of these are the cluster flowers larentlv, faithfully and fearlessly do subject to the will of the Democratic
poll ; ages
Fn'ej bureaus and offices but,when the ; can that will help voters In the coming primary
Mother's Garden of the
from hr: : :..f.ar'tt:
the Infinite blown under the sun
o Bradford .
time comes to make a decision as oltUen of June 7, IBS* If nominated and
the entire neigh shine of environment and wateredand Heart. Heedless of consequences, County and the State of Flor elected I promise to work for the
r'd A little paint will change the looks of to which one is useless there is not : nourished with We we In our youth have tried to destroy ida. Will attempt and aid In placing heat interest of all the school of
h much chance of peace and con I adversity. the tate on a business baal I will Bradford county and I earnestly solicit
;' borhood. Bro. pluck thee from Mother's gardenof to pull up by their roots sincerely appreciate I your support. your vote and support
cord.-Starke Telegraph.
have 0. M. Respectfully Q. H. BENNETT.
these flower gardens-but
a 0- Robinson. Let's do away with all the heart magic flower of love,
fl running on a dodge and duck favorites 7 and weave garlands with which we failed. They thrive even withoutour I take this method of announcing I respectfully announce that I ama
Sk Some state candidates are of them. Why play encouragement; the cehpyr laden my candidacy for ohr't office I of Represenatlve. candidate for member of the school
Crestview Messenger. may crown youth and send I f : of eal- board, district No. 1 (comprising vot-
platform. cast throughout the world to aU fragrance of her prayers and arla. and texas and rigid economy Inn precincts one and two), subjectto
;-or.--O- Boy sweet Intercession have ascended to heaven along all line of our state work the action of the Democratic. primary -
o nations and the fragrance
r r ff tucky peoples Should I b* honored with the nomination election to he held June 7th
is during the first few months of However if ever Florida is of undying affection. to the Master Garden and He and afterward election, 1 If elected I promise the cltl-en of '
prevalent or
I 1 Handshaking ; The.Flower of Beau has not only Imbued 'them with promise to the best of my ability the district and county the he.t
divided, Into five congressional districts Sympathy. honest and faithful serviceT. .. service of which I am capable Tour
', ; even years.: the Hon. Robert Alexis tiful bud of the"heart, how beauti- added beauty but with immortalityalso. B. PINHOLSTER.SCPEIl1NTENDENT support will b. appreciated.RAY. .,

oLet's fully it unfolds-.and sends out its A. NEWSOll:
Green,*M. C., from the second district OF SCHOOLS --
abolish every useless office except mine, is the plea U on no danger of findingLee I matchless perfume until It entersour U in the hereafter there are gar Through t the solicitation of many I hereby announce myself a candidate -.
very,souls and penetrates our dens in the meadows of heaven, we of my: friend and my desire to airalnbe for re-election as member of
county annexed to his terri :your school superintendent, 1 de- the school board, district 1. 1 am
of the, p. o. f. tory. a fact that doubtless gives heart's hidden -Cnambers. Time will find there the most wonderfully sire. to announce myself as a candidate Interested: solely In the advancementof ,
9 o may age, but will never never let cultured specimens of the Eternities for this position subject to the our county school and It my woik
him much gratification these days. June nominated and
and primary. If as a member of the board the pant
,Politics are causing farmers to lose more sleep than cattle It[ the Fort Myers News-Press edi- us forget! that found root on earth elected promise. a faithful! performance two years meets with your approval
i to the Flower of the duties of this office '
The Flower of Self-Denial. Her were transplanted your support In the
r torial shafts against the votes solicited and will .Tp pledging'nm
ticks did. congressman Your are will be appreciated, ,
ever of of God
Gardens the Kingdom by
The thrill-
Editor Hanton insists upon flower of Inspiration. be highly appreciated Tour renpec- .same conscientious attention to the
o blossom of purpose. The honey the mothers of earth. And our fully. H. B. WIGOINS. duties of the office.

'/ Daylight saving time is not meant for those who use the trated calling the"Pea"North Green Florida ever< pene-district flower of Life. Sweeter from the Mothers will still have and hold I hereby announce- myself a candidate _JAMES-T.-MOORE.

mother-heart than from all others acred these fragrant, honied posies for re-election to the office of MRMBER SCHOOL BOARD)!... 1
daytime for sleeping. Robert Alexis would need Superintendent of Publlo Instruction I hereby announce my candidacyfor
considerably more than his broad- -this lily of the valley, blossom In the miracle wrought gardens of Bradford County. Your vote and re-election a* member of the
di., <>>H.HHHV.M* >..sv.ss o>*isMS*>eriss>->>>>>.. .> ing In secluded places, modestly of their hearts. support will bo appreciated school board from district i. and dui
brimmed hat and Windsor tie to
depends Respectfully A.,J. ORIFFIS elected will continue to give the
k According to the Times-Union the feminine touch sustain hla Solonlan composure.- ties of the office my: very bent ate
Iy blood.t caused'from walking To the Bradford tention.. Tour support solicited and
upon [
,' '' on the size of the roll. Miami News.llotner. I hereby announce my e"unt".1 will b* appreciated. H. D. MAY.
-o-- the hearts and rights of others RED PEPPER for superintendent of
o to enable therrt to retain their own struction. I feel that I am qualifiedfor I hereby announce a candidate
One fair voter inquires if they call some candidates dark Dear snow white ar{ ,earance.I By said discharge office and the promise duties to of faithfully same. for trlct member f, comprising of the ." SouthaStarke

a much. (By Clyde: C. Frazier) I So life goes bra' ; like a great huge to the best of my ability. Tour vote Theraasa and Sampson City. I will
1 horses: because they bray so I will be appreciated appreciate your vote and support in
Mother dear tonight I'm dreaming wine 'press. 4 The weaker ones will be Just as easy to fill a Respectfully, t> H. FUTCH th. primary June 7th.w.

a-- of the days, long years ago, crushed so the:stronger may drink stove pipe open both ends with' C.MANNING_-

,This I is,' national music week but some..broadcasting stations When your eyes with love-light of the red-red-Wlne. molasses aa it will to vote this I hereby FOR TAX announce COLLeCTOR my candidacy MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD Rlst. I

t n do not seem to be aware of it. gleaming Ever dancing to the time that is country dry. to suuoeemyself. a*. Tax Collectorof I hereby announce of myself the a..clloolbla..d. candidate
beaten with other's sobs. Bradford county, subject to theDemocratic
Like the candle's mellow glow- i District No. 1. comprising.Hampton. .
6 primary to b* held on
Smiled, a benediction on me It seems that we-to appreciate A fellow says he and the wife June 7th 193S. f have tried to Orahatn Selections Nlhs
The ballots this should provide for an intermission Heaven-must see Hell first. render :you faithful. honest and efficient River subject to
year As you tucked me in at night never dls-agree. Well, I bet he always -; June primary. I promise to stand
service diet term of
Ir about half way down to prevent X-cramp. As you knelt to pray beside me If ,the sun hIDes every day, we "brags" on her aide of the. office a* your during Tax Collector my I earnestly for a fair deal equal rights to all

:. In the moonbeams mystic light. grow so accustomed to the. light family. I solicit. l.hall support, and If and partiality, .. .to none.ours. ..
.o elected again continue to render
( that we do not realize that the ;I. JL KELLY.
) I you the same service a* T haveIn
v With fifty-one men announcing for county offices! in Baker Time has been a ruthless savage, day Is bright, but let us have a Wanted for Non-support i ProsPerity the. past. CARL A. KNIGHT. 1 hedidate '. announce-; ; myself a can

tt: county the women will have to do the voting. And your graceful girlish form few days of rain-then the glorious and Good Times. Last heard I respectfully' -announce myself a for re-election to the No.office I.

Through the years has felt its rave sunshine-then we can see and ap.preclate" of Just around the corner. Reward candidate for the office of Tax: Collector of School Board for District

o It in'all Its beauty.So will be given for the return of subject to the aotlon of the(!I
age; at the of
6'r' ? Estero Eagle suggests holding political meetings at dip- And each cruel, bitter stormOf It Is wth-love-life--and these two boys. June Democratic 7th. I voters feel that I am primary In every Demo, !

be dipped for poll-tics. health.. We way go on indefinitely way: qualified to give the duties of I I
could -
ping vats where the candidates the past has weighed upon you the office efficient' and competent
9 '' Till tonight It seems to me ruining and squandering. But after Saw by .the ads Austin are retailing service. Pledging full and faithful
o You are but a dreamy shadow we lose either of them, then >we at $325. I suppose that discharge of the duties of the support. I* .solicited
office to the best of ability I highly appreciated.-
? This country is now getting part of that full dinner pail Of the girl you used to be. cry_"Oh, God.\ Why, and where means postage prepaid.. solicit and will appreciate my you support : A. B,.SUnRENCT. '

,ryt a' promised four years ago.-free flour for those out of work. But the ;years have etched a beautyIn has it gone T In the com In u,; primary.Betpecttully. CARL.JOHNS- COUNTY COMIIII.SIONEn-Dlet. I

I) each furrow and each line When in reality-If we would We've named our new-born I take this method re-election of announcingmy a*

o Deftly.wrought of love and duty just stop.-and go deep within our "Owl." He stays awake all night FOR CLERK: Of CIRCUIT. COURT county candidacy commissioner for for district No.

+t hri An undertaker in Miami speaking at a banquet declared Almost making you divine; own hearts search out the dark and hollers. II dldat I hereby announce myself a can 1. I solicit your vote and support..
for the office of Clerk of the re-elected will strive to givethe
and If
\!" every profession, including his own, owed much to doctors. And each bent and rounded ehoul- pots-.perhaps- were we to weigh _. Circuit, Court of Bradford County., district and county the beet service '-

Util 'der;:A them with the right ones-we Simile: A* aggravating as depression -. the subject comlnaprimary to the will of June the 7th voter I am at of which I J DI RO8IEIR
Is a curve of symmetryLove might And them wanting In the! has been. fully. conscious rat the duties of this
'} Better writing might be done on an empty stomach, as has balance. Important office and feel that 1 am -- I
shaped, as you've grown I ably: fitted to perform them In an COVNTY! COMMI""IUIVEnPlot..
ti the author says, but it's an uncomfortable position to stay in. older I Then there may be time to renew You may hide from some things, efficient' manner. Never havingaaked At the solicitation of the friends race for i
With her rare sweet artistry. and re-act some parts of our! but try it on a guilty conscience.A : for an office In the court house be- have consented Commlesloner to for DistrictNo.
: fore I If elected to give
Y A o lives .and a great many of us faithful promise honest and efficient service.. I of Bradford County. If .'"f,1**

If you are of the opinion you have nothing to look forward Heaven seems to hover nearer would bow In deep prayer of, easy chair. has made many a Your support I I. respectfully solicit I Incumbent promise to upon discharge m. to the the dlltl..t
sd. A. ;J. THOMAS.To
r to. just think of the sights soon to be seen at the Through your presence, mother thanks for learning of our own hard life.Personal. my ability* Your support Is solicits

dear; short-comingsaiastead of search-:. the Voter of Bradford County. and will b* appreciated L. U CONNER.

beaches From your eyes the gleam Is clear.er Ing out the failings of others. Faults: Writing a I Florida am a) candidate re-election. candidate

o Then perhaps we would find the string of nonsense to use some big to the office of Clerk of Circuit I hereby announce myself: a commissioner
W British scientists have at last succeeded in splitting an As life's even-tide draws near. love of some )human heart. word I learned to spell lately. Court earnestly, Bradford: solicit County your ,support Florida, and and for re-election from district a. No. 1. It reelected '

May God add his richest blessingTo Ages comer and ages go, always, vote at the June Primary election I will continue ghiflg'thedistrict serviceof .
t t atom, but find it impossible to divide Hoover prosperity by I promise to render faithful honest and county the best
: teaching different lessons at times How women wear the size :J. Q. CHEWS
I \ your charm and lovllnesa, i many and careful service Respectfully, which I am capable. _
; two. : Like the) tender and caressing I we loam If we gaze in too strong shoes. that fit their feet? O. W. ALDERMAN COUNTY CO"MII"IO"En-OIo. a

o "l i Touch with which you're moth, a glare-others will pick the real FOR COUNTY JUDGE I hereby announce myself a candidate --

after this I ered gold[ from beneath our feet-as we Mary had a little Iamb To the Democratic voters of Bradford for re-election a. county commissioner.
The term Hoover Democrats will be obsolete U&o County, FlorldaiI District 5. If the 1oNtn
stand blinded from the glamour.Life It come to be a pest. of my district r-let m*, '
election and so will some of the Hoover Democrats running in Idol of Clay seems' like the down of'a How oft we wish 'that Mary dear, succeed hereby myself announce a. my county candidacyto Judgeof : continue to give the people of efficient Bradford ;

M n the June primary. thistle-It starts, grows and Had a little 1'eIIt.-P, H. A.-Tlmes-. Democratic Bradford primary county, ..subject be held. to Tuesday the- performance. county a ot faithful the duties. and of toe best or

We should be so carefulOf ripens-then from a' mere whiff Unlon June 7. 111 This announcement flee, working always for the
o of wind It Is how and where She also had Is mad with I a teellng that Interest of the entire count
idols,loved each day,. gone a little calf, :during the year* rIn which I have J. I* UNDERHILI*
Attorney general says insane persons cannot qualify for For sometimes when a kneeling and why only our great God knows. It grew to be a cow. served you all county Judge, I have ; a can-

1 the legislature. That ruling says nothing of 'em !going crazy We find, them made of clay. We are one vast masa of grownup If* mature, and nothln' specially rendered service faithful to all honest and at and all tlmee efficient dldat I hereby for election announce a*myself county: com;

children, each one playing their strange In such manner as to Justify. m. as mlsslonsr. from District *. I0?!!

t after getting to Tallahassee, however. That might make us sinners own game. Sometimes laughing, But 'It's raising calflets; .now. 1 see It In submitting consideration.my candidacyto : 1 Stark I will ,give the::: district: : .and =' ;?

} i O Go seek things wild and gay, sometimes weeping. But still we earnestly you solicit your support and the but service of which'"I am. capable -

Among the week's statistics, about as useful as any fur- If we should find our Idols play on, waiting for the games If times were good and money If again honored by being elected a* Respectfully R"" 'THOMAS

nished by the government is the information that a solid Were really made of clay. end. and for what-we do not came easy, wjiy eggs would be yourrdertfaithful.{: t. ho:est and continue efficient COMMISSIONEWD1.r. *.
know. eerrlce. COUNTY: ..
eighty cents a doxen. -What's the a c "
fifty percent of all married.people are women. Sometimes we do not know we ----- 0- difference": PEP A. 0ARD1NIBRAt dldat I hereby for announce re-election myself as co"1"commlelenr /

0 are losing something very dear The Ladle* And Other the request. of friends, and due from district Oraham.NO wed

;3 Exchange suggests a tax on office holders. They are to us, until we awake with a start And speaking of the ladles, as Another way to end a cat's consideration nounoe to the thereof voter I off hereby Bradford an Hampton If re-elected Thrssa will and servicetlgage

-and a cry Is upon our lips'OhGod" President of the Press Association meowing at 12:30 p. m. 1 Is to cut his County my candidacy for the office the eounty the beet support

taxed to death with all sorts of graft before they are even where has it go.ne" Marie Holder-man, of Cocoa, will tail oft clean up to its ears. of the County June Primary.Jadg: to b Being* voted a on graduate in. and capable rote of.at the I solicit primary your June!7th.

elected and deserve to draw a free breath or two before the Sometimes we may have the guide the !deatlae of Florida's of University Law School and G. W. HINSON

strength to call the treasure back. two hundred and leas awarded to some II years In she practice of lawI
nearly weekly cup a newspaper 0..*. *

; next election. feel fully qualified to serve you ,a* COUNTY COMMMMOWKR.'
,Y Other times perhaps, it has strayed semi-weekly newspapers during the operated by a mere man, and several County Judge.. If you. see. fit to I hereby announce myself a rase
fl yl -__ -i ---()- .... ___,.. ., too far to hear the call. coming twelvei''months.' This state other newspapers Includingthe elect me I promise that you shall dldat for county mnjlslonr, He v<*'
have honest, efficient and and
\ The height of sumpin-or-other is to mail a newspaper a Thus life's mesh Is ever woven bas hundreds\ capable women, Telegraph walked away with unbiased service. I earnestly solicit trlot River S, comprisingBrooker If elected 1 promise a ,alt:

with the shuttle of destiny with and the your support and vote In the ful performance of tile duties ..'It"Jofflo :
membership roll of the some of the award*. -From "Notes
bill town '
statement of and enclosed In c'
ij on a printed out an envelope primary, June 7th 1892.R..peetflllly. *. I solicit and win app
'\y Its borders made with wishes of "
Up press association has many women of the Press Meeting, Bradford the and vote of all P)"mo'
a, ,} printed for practically nothing by the government and -It I Only Had. whose publications rank among the County Telegraph. Ji). K. PEUBIMAN. e.at.support at the P yy ...... gVsr.

shipped postage free. So many humans) find It easier best in the etate. As witness Mrs. ------p--- 7th.. O.
I o to walk and trample the flowers Edith Keller of the Mount Dora If a prize were given for the I hereby announce myself a candidate I hereby anaouae* myself a '**'

to get the greater ..w".lu.Ad t Topic, whose paper carried off asmany most attractively wrapped paper, for the ottlee of Tax Asseesorof dldate for county commissioner. sir
Sebring News wanta a law making it a felony to drive by fragrance from them. In Bradford county, subject to the. trlct C, comprising Breaker and New*.
prizes the different competitions sent through the mails, the Bradford will of the veter at the oomln River. If re-elected I: promise
a newspaper office on press days with fishing poles openly dis. But those same ones we often a* aU other paper com County Telegraph would win democratic primary election. to beheld fiontlnn*- trlvlns my district. P"formance -

I 5 see with pure white hand>-and bined. But lest the ladle get an first without competition.-MC, June 'ft''". In asking for.thle county faithful and efficient litI*
played. And the electric chair for those who drive by with any office will say that I am thoroughly of the duties of the Nil:
should we gas a UtUe lower we exaggerated opinion of themselves, Dora Topic. Meaning like a flapper familiar with the duties thereof aa their catch displayedc would find their feet the color of promise If elected to discharge the lntrate-of the county a
we'U remind them that the sliver If* all on the outside t reuse of Mid attic la aa ealcleat R. :T. QllTJ:>


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