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 13, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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STATE .ISSUESi No More Crop Electors Face j I Durrance Speaks Y r LOCAL- -- LEGION.,,;)' ',,;' f..

DISCUSSED BY Loans Available Long Ballot In I To Voters Monday a POST CORRECTS r f.,;., I Ir' .

JOHN MARTIN Government-Field Inspector :J. June Primaries Plank of -his platform announced 9lI FALSE RUMORS ,

C. Fokes, whose territory In this a year ago end designedto

states comprises Marlon, Alachua, aid In the return to Florida of -

-- Bradford Union and Baker for the better times were discussed by The Jones-Lsn fg oM-Wbite Poet
" to the largest audienceof Tallahassee, :May 8.-One of the |
Speaking season, John W, i.1irk Crop Production Loan Office of the longest ballots In Florida history Charles M. Durrance. Jacksonville, American! Legion' losumi the
the political ; '
candidate for when he
rtln, candidate for governor, Washington Region, announces will face voters when they go to governor Following StatementTo ;, ,
M afternoon to
spoke ere Monday a
that no more applications for 1932 the polls for'the first Democratic I''
his policies In a two hour
outlined in the courthouse Tuesday rop production loans will be considered state primary June 7. crowded courtroom. the citizens sad taxpayer of p ;

address f from this section Inasmuch At midnight tonight the time Removing the taxes from houses the City of Starke relative' to IU
morning. The former governor ts the time for for these v of moderate value was one of the I efforts to for '
applying will expire) for candidates to qualify secure employment ,
A. Z. Ad- I
Introduced by Judge r
was mean the speaker cited of aiding }
loans expired last Saturday April Attorney General Cary D. :I ex-service men: I
klBB, a recess beingtaken by the : In a rise of the market and
n.t' realty d
30th. t.andl* ha adviawi Secretary of: It has been brought to the attention
at 10:30: to allow Mr. Martinthe I
resultant better
court times In all lines.I
of time the of the American
Plenty was given State R. A. Grayto'qualify any
of The Legion
opportunity speaking. farmers! to make application for candidates! whose applications ar- "That would cause a flurry of Post at this place! that ,
courtroom wo already well filled \ It would all classes
I crop loans; In fact, the time limit rive In Monday's <(iall but Gray building. give -rroneoui And adverse rumors are ;
within few minutes after the <
a >f '
but our laborers work and would
for filing applications was fixedat said last night,, febelieved the tieing! circulated< relative to the
set for :Mr. Martin to speak, KINO SPEAKS IIEUE
hour G help the business man. And, It
a later date this year than here- ballot list! vtrtually.complete. I I Stand taken by this post at Its lost ; <
seat wo taken and standing
would save from the lecherous
every long
tofore. I In the
Governors Franklin D. Roosevelt regulir meeting regards to )
'room was at a premium.Mr. fingers of the tax certificate buyer Senator Franklin O. King: of Orlando
informationfrom I employment of ex-service One
r Accompanying of New York and William II. men. ,
Martin opened his address a home for candidate for commissioner
1 also the many which some '+f which Is that this railroaded
Washington, announcement Murray; of Oklahoma and L. J. post
with a brief resume of national: couple has worked and saved for' of agriculture, spoke at the courthouse
that loon checks Milwaukee for a resolution through the
covering Choseee, ; WIs., filed post
'financial conditions stating that HON. JOHN W.' MARTIN second Installments are now participation hi,. Florida's first years to obtain," :Mr. Durrance. :Monday noon following John that certain competent employees QQQ, )'! '*> ai
of the of the address Mr.
W :Martin's
said King
three-fourths money
Candidate for Governor being mailed to all farmers whose. Pemocratlc presidential preferential of the city be removed and that r
''United States had been loaned to only spoke a few minute, outlining
loans were approved, but only to primary In years with 14 con- tie read news dispatches that a an Incompetent one be given the

foreign countries, and that what Annual Health Contest those farmers who have mailed to vention vote at stake, although few weeks are in the state of Mlsslsulppl policies he stated he would put In place. The local Post American t A1
needed now, was not so effect If the people of the state
the people the Crop Production Loan Office delegates: to the convention are the homes of more than Legion as well as the state and ,
much bunk and promising, but To Be Held Saturday elect him to the post he seeks.
Washington, D. C., their report: not necessarily bound by tho results 60,000 farmers, representing one- national organizations have previously d
money. That now was the time to cards as to what disposition they I of the preferential vote. fourth the area of that entire Ute. Farmers, truckers and citrus passed! resolutions not only t

get factories and northern capitalInto On Saturday May 4tn, Beginning made of the proceeds of the first I There will be no contest over were placed on sale for taxes by growers are facing conditions now. to In every way assist In the relief i'' } I di do

the state. Mr. Martin stated !at 10 a. m. the annual 4-H health Crop Production Loan checks received -! election of a United States senator, the 82 sheriffs of :MlaalsslpPI."That's that demand the closest: cooperation of ex-aervlco men but for the general u i "
believed that he could get from the state officials, and
that he contest under the direction of Miss by them. Duncan U. Fletcher of Jackson what Is going to happen relief of all.

some of these things for Florida If Pearl Jordan will be held at Starke' In this connection, It will be In- ville being unopposed! for reelection :- In Florida if we don't get downto that more efficient work must be To the end that the public maybe '

elected as Its governor.In Woman's Club building. resting to learn that a large number but four candidates seek elec- the ground in our government done In marketing Florida produce fully advised In the premises ? 's l p
discussing the Issues of his 'nd do other constructive and fruits. Mr. King: said, and relative to the stand this : 1 '
\, Girls from the 4HClubs of of farmers have not mailed tion to congress from the state-at- things taken by i ,
campaign Mr. :Martin quickly elimInated Bradford and Union counties who their report cards to the Crop Pro large and iher are contests In "" h"ln the return C;? better times," his' experience AS a business man post, It takes pleasure! In Inserting ,

all of the opponents, but have made the highest scores in duction Loan Office, which Indi- three of the stats' four congres- the speaker said ; and grower gave him a reoord he hereafter the full text'of the one fJ#? ,

one, Cary Hardee. He said that af- health and posture test will meet cates that many of them for var- sional districts.. In TnlKuflBpeo, the "official fam- was willing to stand upon In pledge and only resolution heretofore i
tour of the state ing his beat service to tiller of the
ter making a TO this date and compare theirrecords. ious reasons do not need the second, Four 100?"\ongresa( lv" of the Htate docnn't know that passed by this post relative to any

speaking; In each county, that the I Installments of the loan made to John T. Alaop.. Jr., Lester W. there Is depression, he said. soiL employee of this city. We, as a post

race for governor was, In his opin- Middleton will the girlsa them. in instances "Send there rnd I'll trust that after each citizen of this
Dr. give Possibly many Jennings, 'v. J. Sears, all of Jack- mo up mike
ion, between himself and Hardee. health examination, and will be' this Is on account of requirement to .,ionvllle and W. D. Boll, Arcadia, them feel It. I'll transfer the depression Candidate town: has carefully read the some k ?N f
The ex-governor attacked the assisted by Miss: Mary Keown of'I redu ce their cotton, tobacco and qualified to run for congress' from from the shoulders of the that they will see that no demand f ,l lq i

Carlton administration, stating Tallahassee. The girl who passes I peanut acreage to. sixty-five percent the state-at-large, the additional nubile to the olTlce-holders trust. are made that are unreasonable

that it was the weakest and poor. this examination for general good of the acreage planted to place in congress which Florida TheY've' had their foot athrottle as the only request, (not a deIt'

est administration that Florida had health will be given a scholarship! these crops last year.A "lined as a result 'of the 1030 cen i the necks of Florida for more than Respects To Amos mand) is that the person:: named

seen for many years. He called 1.to state short course at TallahasseeIn corps of field Inspectors Is I SO years," he said. therein be given due consideration. ,p M' i

the present administration a political June, where she will compete employed by the government to sus.In the first congressional district Mr. Durrance pointed out that The resolution follows:II f I

machine, built for the purposeof with girls from other counties'in make close Inspections from time : Representative Herbert J. Florida pays a total of $160,000,000 Comptroller Candidate Talk to I Starke, Fla., May 3, 1932.

electing Hardee as governor. He I" final test. During the morning, to time of the farms where crop : Drane, Lakeland; Is opposed by J. In federal, state, county, district Voters at CourthouseWednesday i,To the Honorable Board of BondTrustees
stated that all of the Carlton
sup Miss Isabelle Thursby, state mar- loans have been made, using as a : Sumter L. and J. and/ municipal taxes for conduct of ,
Lowry Tampu,
porters were for Hardee to a man, City of Starke,
will basis their Investigations the I
keting specialist, give ,some for Hardin Lakela.uL government. .
and that it was a known fact that Itarke, Florida.
people working for the state, had food work. ?, ",",* *;'. In formation on the report forms : sentatlve R. A. Green, Starke, "Removal of homes from our Hon. J. M. Lee, candidate for the Gentlemen]III ;
at the first
In the afternoon/beginning which accompanied Is unopposed In the second: dis tax rolls wouM office of In his
been removed for refusing to sup- cause a revenue comptroller speechat A special effort throughout the
port the political machine's candi- 1:30: o'clock, will be devoted to the checks.The trict. loss of only $10.000.000 per year. Starke Wednesday night said In nation at this time Is being put
In salad tablesetting information given by the II
demonstration ,
date. Mr. Martin told the voters I Millard Caldwell Milton, and R. We could well afford to spare that part forth by the American Legion to

that If they wanted an administration posture and a special pro- farmers in the application forma Q. Patterson. pe lMcola.: are running sum for the good which would re- The duties of the oft'lceof- comp- secure for ex-service i
J 1!
gram put on by the girls from will also serve as a basis for inspection i
sult. WeM
like the present one, then vote against Representative Tom Just to cut some troller are more Important and far- men. .

for Hardee, if they wanted It different clubs.< as each applicant was re- Yon, Tallahassee, In the third con. of the water sprouts and dead reaching than any other office of We, the JonesLangfordWhiteost ; (I 3
The demonstration will be given quired to furnish certain information gresslonal district. llepresentatlve wood from our state government.We the state. It affects and fixes the *
lowered No. 68
changed taxes capital American at
new Legion, ,
of from the different as to his cropping plans for I
brought Into the state, vote by teams girls Ruth Bryan Owen Miami, Is op- have t o many commissions environments of every home, properly this time take pleasure In calling + '
4-H dubs this year and the results of his posed Jw, Mark: Wilcox West bureaus and Inspectors. Our
for Martin.In by Inspectors performed. They promote to tho attention of your honorable s
We especially urge that the farming operations in 1931. Palm Beach In the fourth dis In number 48
his address he stated that he enough happiness and comfort. body> the position of superintendent
mothers attend these programs and Farmer wno procured crop loans states Inspect and expect us all Neglected and sidestepped mis-
had stood in the court house seven I trict.A of City Light & water Plant. The
help to make It a day worth while. this year, and are due a second Installment record field Is entered In the day long."When. ery, want and destitution follows. la filled
years ago, a candidate for gov- ame now by a man whoH ,
.- will not receive checks ace for Democratic nominee for It comes to the point that What has the present adminis- h not .1
ernor, with one program; "electme I an ex-service man, and priorto
your governor, and I will take NATHAN MAYO ANNOUNCES covering balance due them until governor. Nine candidates have persons are losing their homes to tration of Ernest Amos broughtus his retention by the city, was ; ,

the state out of the mud and I the information required by the qualified, two being farmer gover pay the cost of government, then Ills utterances contained In not a resident.i

and." He stated that Florida Arsenic and Real Estate Named a* government is furnished on the nors. we have too much government," ho a pamphlet Issued by him and We have a local man, a good '

needed and wanted at that time Campaign Issue cards sent them for this purpose. They are: Stafford Caldwell declared, adding, "Just send me a which: I have this day come In possession citizen, and a very active member .

hard-surfaced roads, and he askedthe These report cards may be had Jacksonville; Charles M. Durrance, legislature with sense enough to of for the first time are of our Post In the person of W, G.Strlngfellow .

people If he had not kept faith. Commissioner of Agriculture, by applying to the Government ,' Jacksonville;; Arthur Gomez Key pour water from a boot. I can't an admission of inefficiency and who I Is amply quail- Y

He stated that he believed the Nathan May, today announced his Feld Inspector, J. C. .Pokes, who West; Cary A. Hardee, Live Oak; guarantee what they will do for wanton neglect. I notice in this fled to fill this poMltlon. H* has "'

best way to Judge the future of candidacy for renomination and makes his headquarters at Ocala, Thomas! S. Bart Jacksonville; YOU, but I will guarantee what audience it number of employee'sof pledged himself to this Post that i .j ,. S
when not out making Inspections.The Fens JU, ) Jacksonville they won't do to And they Mr. Amos who )
what a candidate will do, Is to review said he would campaign in every Hathawayr | I you. are distributingthis If he I Is given this place he will,
his He county In the state In a moat de- Information from Washington John W. Martin, Jacksonville; won't stay in session 100 days. IfI literature. Now let's analyzeIt conscientiously and efficiently 'V' 1

I roads past! and promises.asked If we did promised not termined effort to acquaint the tax. to government field Inspector Dave Sholtz Daytbna Beach; and can't do anything else, I'll take a for a moment. manage the affairs of the city under 4 Y 1 ,'

have them. He said that at this payers with the economies he had did not Indicate: the date on :J. Tom Watson, Tampa. Hardee stick and drive them away They're He says that deposits In state his supervision. And further,
which which the mailing of the second and Martin are former governors. '->afln r on the Job when they stayIn u
time, the most critical In the his practiced and the efficiency banks rose from $131,1015,383.00: that he will personally conduct

tory of the state, what we neededwas had been developed during the 8 installment checks would be discontinued Only two of the six cabinet officers session that long." December 31st, 1023, to $501,553.-: himself In an upright and gentlemanly 1 .S

to cut government expenses. years >t e has served as commissioner but It was stated, unofficially are opposed for re-election. Taking up the candidacies of ex- 491.00 December 1st, 1025--the manner. And we, a* a tr1lf
that the time limit would Ernest Amos, Incumbent, and J. Governors A. Hardee and '
Mr. Martin said that If he was of agriculture.In Cary high peak. Pout, vouch for his sincerity 1" +

elected governor that the cost of the opinion of Mr. Mayo, the expire Saturday, May 23rd. M. Lee, Avon Park, qualified for John W. Martin, each of whom are Now In all fairness, I ask you Members of the board of bond fi'L '

real issues of the campaign are to Mr Fokes states that there have state comptroller while Nathan seeking re-election Mr. Durrance trustees Mr.
the state would be cut to the hilt. and I ask Mr. Amos If knowledge Strlngfellow nwer- N f IV,
Mr. Martin said that Hardee was determine If a small group of men been approximately six hundred Mayo, incumbent, and Franklin O. said "Cash won't carry Cary this of such Increase In depositswas ed the call of our country when It

Attacking his former record as who used arsenic on citrus grovesIn loan In the counties under his Immediate -I King, Orlando, qualified! for commissioner time He termed Hardee "that not sufficient to put an ordinary was in need of men to protect It. / '

governor stating that he left the evasion and defiance of law, can supervision, and hopes of agriculture. little banker from Live Oak withMia school boy on notice that abnormal And now Is the time when you can
that every effort will be made by The three justices of the state striped trousers and frock coat r ,
office of with the state secure control of the departmentand I I financial conditions had gnawer\ the call of Mr. Strlogfellow S,

broke and governor in debt. Mr. Martin furthermore to decide It this the Individual borrowers to pay.I supreme court who are candidates vho takes longer to sit down than't suddenly! appeared and that such add the ex-service men, by givingJr.

aid that he left 3293043.97 In branch of the state governmentshall back these loans 100 percent. Upon this year remtaned unopposed. would an average man to climb conditions demanded the strictest Stringfellow the opportunity '

the state treasury at the end of be used to promote the the record of this community will They are Rivers H. Buford, William \ 10 rail fence."Hardee's supervision and extra caution in to prove to you and to the citizen' + a,.

his administration In fraudulent schemes of a certain depend In a large measure the future K. Kills and Fred H. Davis.' first employment af- making loans.It of Starke, that he is amply quaili I .

governor. attitude of the governmenttoward Six candidates qualified to run ter leaving the governor's chair," And
regard to taxes be made! the fol- class of real estate exploiters whp is not reasonable to say that fled to fill this position. by 'g
lowing for Bradford wish to use the department for per crop production loans In for the one position which will be Durrance said/ "was buying vp such sudden and unusual Increase doing so, you are also giving him
comparisons, a
sonal gain."During. this area. It la hoped that every open on the state railroad com- municipally owned light plants for "n opportunity to make a living
county, state tax ''n! should have suggestedto
taking only say-
will make honest effort -R. Hudson Burr, the t. The first time he deposits
!tog/ that the past year I seized Individual: an mission. They are powertru for bill wife and three children. (1
the mind of
the state tax was only the a superintendent
to back his loan and see Tallahassee Olden A. Byrd..Jack- had an opportunity to do Florida a
tax that the bad au- over half a million boxes of arsen- pay ; of banks that sudden and unusually Therefore, this Post respectfully it
thority governor any ated fruit, which some green fruit that his neighbor does the same in onvllle: George S. Davis, Palatka.; service In the banking held, he withdrawals would follow equeat that you, gentlemen of ,

over: speculator wished to ship in viola order to preserve the good name W. B. Douglas, Lake City John oted when a member of the house heavy' the board of bond trustees, call a r'
Hardee ? The withdrawals of $100
1921-10 3-4 mills Administration__ $22,420.67 .tion of the law and to the lasting of his entire community. W, Newburn. Newberry; and Lester against the only corrective bankIng 000.00 hour for every financ- special meeting and I give Mr. @@f

1922 detriment of the citrus Industry. Tlu government crop productionloous Wells, Tallahassee.-: measure adored. Later, he was per Stringfellow all consideration due r '
10 6-8 22231.02 hour but natural resultof
mills ing was a
la23n 23878.49 When I could not be co-erced Into have been of the greatest I Four seek election' as national governor and did nothing. Subsequently Now him !In this matter. i
1-2 mills ___ the abnormal deposits.
releasing this fruit, these men help to the farmers In enabling Democratic committeeman from : up to June of last year, ; Respectfully submitted, + fl
192410 officers
3-4 mill ___ 22,066.18Total Mr. Amos bankers and
threatened my political annhlla- them to pay cash for fertilizersand Florida. They are Norman N. \ total of 217 Lunks had failed, say make the loans Jones-Langford-Whlte Post r
Hardee tlon," said Mr. MayaHe supplies. All public spirited Blakely, Miami; John T. G. Crawford taking the dollars of our citizens. i and and not the No. DO, American Legion p ai
term._$90,990.36Martin and investment ;
should lend Jacksonville incumbent John I believe In laws which Insure that
each ;
advise that In the 8 years citizen in county i I of at WashIngton L. D. VIKING .
1923 Administration be baa been commissioner of agriculture every effort toward seeing that the B. Sutton, Tampat and John S. I when a man puts hU money in the comptroller currency Commander. ,

-10 1-3 mills __$21,016.65 of $1,195- loans are paid back from the crop Taylor, Largo. Three seek to be' bank, It will be there when he returns nor the comptroller of the FLOYD GREEN i l
1926 the huge
-.71.2 mill 19,077.69 state. Does he means to say '
annual fund grown no as to maintain the credit national Democratic commute- to get It.H Adjutant.
1927 T 323.71 or an average of the state he has
mill a* comptroller
LJJJ. saved and turn- ..tanc11ngof this section. woman from Florida. They are "The big corporations through S S 'r

928-9 mD1s ,...__* 22,656.64 of ad over$140,156.65 to other was department of the Let us hope that our people will Mr* Lois K. Hayes, Pensacola their organs-the larger papers ofha no authority to prevent a bank of FOUND GUILTY OF ,

keepIng make every effort to see that the Incumbent; Mrs. J. Reis Ramsey, dally. press ate fighting my $25,00000 capital from enteringInto MANSLAUGHTER ''i
Total Martin term _$33.259.B5: ntate government-thereby and doing the business of a
counties comprising the territoryof Tampa; and Mrs. Hortense K. candidacy because they wish .to ";
The speaker stated these figures down taxes. bank of 100000.00 capital'If so, Frank LaRU'; and Blancne Rob-
been levied Indirect Mr. Fokes mad a record In the Wells Tampa. have the small fellows continue to f
showed $7,836.81 less taxes were Not one cent ha the percentage of collections, and let Then too there are several contests carry the lion's share of the tax I what authority does he have T erson. charged with first degree
eoI1ected by his administration : rnillage taxation against Mr. Amos! further says, that dur- murder found guilty of man-
the depart- us not allow any other group of for election a* Democratic burden. The only free field of in- were
wm Bradford county than were iaxpayers to support derived counties to have a cleaner record presidential electors and a host of dependent thought and honesty'eft ing his administration as comptroller laughier, the Jury returning the
collected during the Hardee ad. ment but all funds are to the he has handled more than one verdict Thursday. morning. The
or make a better showing. candidates for. delegates In journalism is In the smaller '
IDIDl tratlon, and that any taxpay from Inspection: fee earnings Democratic national convention In laities and weeklies of Florida. hundred million dollars for the riot consumed two days and the

er could verify.the figure by call-I "During my tenure of office" FELLOWS BUILDING Chicago. In addition there are "Now regarding T John," :Mr. state without the long of a penny.I cue went to the Jury Wednesdayafternoon.
log at added Mr. Mayo, "I have consls.ently ODD charge that during his tenure I i I been "'
the county tax collector'sofflca candidates for position as circuit Continue 1. Sentence!! had not t ,,
from )
'. refused to subordinate my and state atorneys and page. .. In office and through: his failure to I pronounced Thursday afternoon. '
judges -- -- I
In regard to the schools. Mr. ollcy of economy and efficiency to I The two story-Odd Fellows build- for state senators district: which .:.jnott, Yankeetown, -fur ..:mptrolter. enforce the banking laws of Florida I(I Evelyn Epps. assault with Intent '
Martin -. of pork-barrel politics. he hi* lost for the use of confiding and
said that during Mr. Har- practice of un- ing on East Call street near the embrace more than one county to murder, was found, guilty ,

dee administration: that the state rove: spurned the approaches sharks who railroad baa been sold, Quigley & The Republican ticket In Florida Secretary oC State Gray last depositors of the state ninety sentenced to six months, In the

had money to wash a Ucky cow, crupulous: real estate the Davis purchasing the property and Include qualified candidates for night said unless: some of the candidates millions of dollars of their life's county Jail.Walter .
but none to He :ought to make the department earnings and savings.He Brown breaking and entering '
run the schools. sale of 8.10 will convert It to their use for governor, congressman at large for Republican presidential ,
Called attention to the fact thatlIDder :tearing house for the building materials and supplies. comptroller two state senators and electors withdraw, a Republican say, re-elect Ernest Amos; ; found guilty,not sentenced.

Hardee's regime as gover- and 20 acre tracts to !Innocent pur-I The sale carried a provision for the presidential elector primary must be held to determine vote for him and vindicate himI Henry Small entering withoutbnakln& LI

liar, that the, schools in some of hailers at' exhorbitont 'prices.and use of the upper'floor by the Odd William J. Howey. Howey-ln- which of them will be named electors. ask what do you say In response two counts, was found .'

the J rural section, did not run more rave not preached economy reference Fellows* a meeting place for the-HUla, Is running for governor; The other Republican candidates : to the wall and'cry of the hungryof guilty on both charge and en-

.than two months. He again re- practiced' extravagance, as saved three year. The purchaser will Glenn Skipper. Miami" for con- were named at the party the land who lost their savings tentenced to serve a total of nix
4lnded the voter a* to his former' to the figures money 8.) make Improvement to the property. Cresauan-at-larger and A. F. convection in Orlando last month. (Continued on page 4.) year a
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are glad to report that Mr. Mrs. E. Li. Spires of Santa Fe, and Mrs. M. L. Thompson

preacbed at the N. T. Markey of Lacrosse Is Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Crews and Misses Mildred and Geneva of their San I and Mrs. C. A. Younblood have re ,: was visiting her mother and father sad children and,, Miss Mamie

Rev. McCauley of Hampton spending this week here with H. little son, Ira, of St. Augustine Mr. ders, were the guests Lorene I:I turned to their home here, after Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Rltch of Thompson, attended the home coming .
r church
First Baptist Sikes and daughter cousins Misses Pauline, I
and evening.Tobey'a J. Markey.Mr. and Mrs! W. several months In Miami. this place Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. services at Long Branch Sun
9 S last Su day morning and Mrs. M. P. Mathenywere Gladys of Lawtey and Mrs. and Reba Green Thursday. spending accompanied home by. M. B. Brown made a business -
Comedians are having a of Vanderbilt Mr. and Mrs. Otis Morgan and They were day.Miss
the proceeds attending to business In T. N. Norman and children Mrs. H. C. Moqrer and daughter, : trip to Lake City last Friday.S. Beadle Gosklns returned.
week Valrlco, are
Dhow here this section were visiting Mr. little eon, Travis, of
Starke Saturday. L. Youngblood and Brooks, son of. Mrs. J. A. home Saturday after spending the
will be divided with the af here with Mr. LyneUV Mr. L. J:.
.v of which school. Mr and Mrs. L. R. Waters spent I and Mrs. B. M. McRae Sunday spending And Mrs. a W.few C.days demons. Mr and Mrs. B. F. Powell and fam- Brooks of Ralford left last Saturday past eight months In Virginia tbe

public Sunday In Alachua. ternoon. Jacksonville, where be expects guest of friends and relatives.
B. Haynes, assistant postmaster, F. M. White, Mr. Mrs. Ed Stanley and Bernice for
Sun- and Mrs
Mr. !
Mrs. Redd of Alachua spent ily.Mrs. and little position. Mr. and Mrs. M. Rhoden
Winter Haven la visiting his Underhill and the guests of Mrs W. E. S. Sibley to accept a and
at Stanley were
here with her son, E. B. and Mrs. Walter Starke spent has as her Miss Elsie of Hellbronn
of Yelvington
parents Mr. and Mrs. O. Haynes day here Hazel and Gladys at- C. Clemons and children Wednesday daughter. Ruth, Mrs. Perla daughter, ,
S. Waters of Alachua Is daughters, Miss Thelma Ed- heer the
this week. D. dinner at the the week-end with her parents. guest this week, spent Sunday guests of
Lake visiting Leland Waters, Jr. tended a birthday A. Youngblood. West Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Murrhee.
Roberta of Her- and Mrs. C. wards of
Gertrude Neal of Mr.
Mrs.. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. R. Green was the guest
fI recently been the guest Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Green spent home of Misses Oulda Hall and Elsie Hassle Hurst of Lake Butler, Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Thompsonand
Butler, boa as Gainesville Sunday.Mr. man Woodle Saturday night.
P Sunday at Worthington Springs at visitors to Starke for tax assessor of son, Ell, and Mr. and Mrs. A.
Nlram Wynn. were and candidate
mother Mrs. of Friday Belle Geiger
y.. of her and Mrs. W. O. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan Miss Nellie Green spent
C. 0. Manalrs returned to his guests of Mr. Gulf Hammock spent Sunday here night with Miss Onle Green. last Friday.Mr. Union county, was here on business Thompson and son, spent Friday

i home here last Monday after a visIt Rhlmes. and Morgan's parents, Mr. Miss Pauline Green spent Satur : and Mrs., R. G. Zeigler of last Wednesday.W. night in Waycross, Go, the guests
?. with his wife who Is in a hospital E. J. Lewis, G. B. Colson visitorsIn with Mrs.J. E. Norman. day night In Starke with her Gainesville were visiting his parents L. Johnson of Starke, was of Mr and lira.: C. M. Flanders

i at Jacksonville. Clyde Cone were business and Miss Mrs.Louise Sapp of Vanderbilt cousins, Hazel tad Ida Mae Johns., Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler last 'calling on friends here Tuesday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Darby Gasklns and

Harrison and Mr. and Starke Monday. and Johnson also has been local baby daughter of Hellbronn, spent
. Mrs.: O. last a dinner guest of Miss Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey Friday.Mr.
spent section was
D Mrs. L. Lk Bedenbaugh were business Miss Idell Clemons visiting Kelley Sunday.C. grandson A. :J.Yarborough all attended and Mrs. QuIgley of Starke agent for Jacksonville Journal In Sunday here the guests of their

ti visitors to Jacksonville last week-end at Hellbronn Lillian and Arthur McRae churdrla Jacksonville Sat- attended the temperance programat Starke for some time and does) mother Mrs. Jean Gaskins.
C. Crosby
friends and relatives.H. church Sunday a'bit of sign-work for Rai- Mrs Lacy Norman and daughter .
Jacksonville and Su iday. the Baptist quite
. Monday. was attending to made a business trip to urday > .
P. Gainey
:i 1f J. R. Alexander of Live Oak wasa Mr. and Mrs. P D. Reddish\ were night. Cleo and Mrs. J. L. Gaskins.
;; 1, Butler Thursday Saturday. .
guest of Hotel Hampton this business In Lake Larson Mentz of Mrs. B. M. McRae visited Mrs.! visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nor Mr. and Mrs. A L. Sullivan spent ford.Mr.. and Mrs. Fred Wiles, W. H. were visiting Mrs. Oscar Carter,
Mr. and Mrs. with his moth. of Jacksonville were visiting who Is a patient at the Lamb hospital .
.. I' n week. spending sometime B. E. McRae at Starke Saturday.Rev. man Saturday evening. Sunday at Hampton Robinson
and Mrs. J I* Cooke of Jacksonville, are Josephine Sullivan. I Mrs. Wiles' mother here Wed- in Starke Saturday alter,
Mr. here with her parents, Mr. and C. A. Crosby returned home Mrs. W. C. Clemons was visiting er, Mrs.
Gainesville, were the guests of after running a week'slmeettng Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Norman Fri Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan were nesday afternoon. noon.

;:, p. Mrs. Cook's mother, Mrs. I.. G. Mrs. I* R. Gainey.around here are Saturday at Green Cove Springs. day afternoon.Mr. visitors .to Ralford Sunday. The candidates for Union county Miss Bert ce Griffis of ROllellale.Is ,

: + ; Johns last Sunday. The farmers week picking beans This community was saddened and Mrs. Son Yarborough Misses Thelma Sullivan and offices held a political rally at Ral spending this week here the
y this
:: Hiss Ada Nlmmo, Mrs. P. B. very cucumbers.We busy yesterday to learn of the death of were the guests of :Mr. and Mrs. El Kathryn Weest were visitors to ford school house last Friday evening guest of her sister Mrs. L. J. Nor.

'' Hunt and Mrs. W. II. Maxwell at- and to hear Cone. It'cast a shadow E. Green Sunday afternoon. Jacksonville Sunday. and it was well attended.
Mrs. Mary
tended the district meeting of the were all very S. M.sorry Mott'a buildIng I over hearts and many homes, There was quiet a crowd who at- Misses Lynell Moorer and Melba People from every section were I man.Mr.. Marshall Pringle of Maxvllle\ ,
of Mr. many
Circle that convened at of part Miami were visiting baseball game between I was visiting Mr. W. C. Chesser
Woodmen destroyed by fire Tuesday for acquaintanceship Is large and tended the funeral of Mrs. Robert Powell of here and a
r last Tuesday evening. being I and Rboda Zeigler and Raiford was played Saturday morning.
Starke 3. This barn and car I all loved her dearly- Cone Monday afternoon.Mr. Misses Ruth Lake Butler
i1 The remains of Mrs. Thelma May both destroyed, but the E. Lewis Mr. W. C. Clemons Sunday afternoon.Mr. afterwards Insteads of serving i Mrs. Jean Gasklna and sons

Johns of Bartow were placed in the house were was saved. The Her sun has passed for her below and Mr. E. E. Green were business Johnnie Adkins of Jackson. fried chicken. :Wade Fisher, J. B., and Willard.

;, Santa Fe cemetery last Wednesday. dwelling house school bus body.II the western hill; visitors to Jacksonville Tuesday.BOATDRAIN villa Is spending a few days with Mrs. O. ,M. Alvarez, long oper- 'spent Friday night in Jacksonville,

f .She has a host of friends here who number one stored away In the car I A place Is vacant In her home i his sister, Mrs. R. M. Hersey. ator of the Alvarez Rooming House the guests of relatives.

were grieved to learn of her death. which was that never can be filled. Misses Hazel, Mildred and Elizabeth has opened a cafe on the main .
house was destroyed. I beneath earth's to L. de- Tampa-Florida Orthopedic Co.,
Remember B. Y. P. U. every Sun- Her body sleeps Phillips were visitors highway east of the A. q.
at 215
establishment Twigg
silent sod; night opened
Starke Saturday
Invited to'
GRAHAM day night. Everybody Her soul lives on forever more with I Mr. and Mrs! J. C. Koon of Wal- pot.Edwin Townsend student clerk street.
attend. Gll..o.Miss
God. do were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. of the A. C. L., has returned tcReddlck DeLand-Joy Theatre opened (111

.. !;. lulu Bll. .......... 4.r II. Hall Sunday. where be will work for hit Codrington building here.
l [I Pauline Prevatt visited New H. ft H. Cash
A Okeechobee-
; I I Mr. Hall Glisson of McRae was father.

41 Norman-Johnson I Heilbronn Springs Julia Tison Sunday afternoon. a business visitor here Saturday; Mrs. J. A. Brooks left Sunday afternoon Grocery opened for business In
DOUBLE RUN Raymond Gllsson spent the nigh where she store room vacated by B. &: B.
s Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson announce I night. for
at Klngsley Lake Saturday night.
the marriage of their Miss Thelnm II......, Cor. Mlaa noo.a Drown Cor. Agnes Johns visited Cherry Hat I Mr. and Mrs. C. Mann and chil will spend a few weeks visiting I Grocery.

''daughter, Pearl to Mr. Ancel Nor- rell Sunday. dren of Palatka were visiting bei relatives. .... .... .
wat -
4 1932. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hln- C. B. Cobb of Jacksonville, .0 -
man Wednesday May Mr. and Mrs. M. Rhoden and Thurs Mrs. Cynthia Richey of Galneaville parents,
Wilmot .
I Albert Surrency of Brooker was daughter, Elsie, were visiting Mr. day Mrs.afternoon Amy with Misses Mae and visited Evle Woodard ,ot son this weekend.The held calling on friends.here-Saturday.ROSEDALE J Say it with Flowers
this section 4-H Club meeting was
a business visitor' In and Mrs. L. M. Murrhee Sunday. Starke Sunday. .... ...-
Inea -
S Miss Pearl L -"' -
Thuradny.Minn Misses Sbclmix Rhoden and Battle Mr. Mr. G. W. Harrell and Clayton here Friday with
Mr. Owen Bryan was
te y.I Leola Fogg has returned to Sunday with of Starke, home demonstration
Crawford spent
Earnle Bryan of Baker county this Johns were visitors at Lawtey Sunday Flowers For All
::9 l her home after an operation for Miss Josephine Green. week. afternoon.J. agent in charge. ,
appendicitis. Mr. Jack Edwards Jimmie Rey. The temperance program given lM l.nclllo Griffin. Cor.
Iy Mrs. Hattie Conner was the M. Allen and Frank Harrel .. OccasionsGERTRUDE
Wasdln and Fred Johnson Crawford and Jack by the B. Y. P. U. at the Baptist
',} a1 Riley noldit, Loulo truest of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Kersey visited Ralph Galney Sunday. seemed to _,e .... --.
W' made a business trip to Bronson Ward of Starke were In our section Thursday night and Friday. The evangelistic Brotherhood of: church Sunday night There was a delightful ice cream

Wednesday. Sunday afternoon. Miss Millie Judd and Inez Kersey Jacksonville will be at China Grove be enjoyed by the large crowd that supper given at the home of H. GODBEY

%L The farmers of this section are Miss Dorrle Williams of Dukes Mae Sun- Church Sunday morning at 11: attended. The program being as Austin. Among those presen were
the guests of Bryan
r picking beans. was in Hellbronn section Sunday afternoon.Mr. o'clock. follows: Song, America: prayer,, Mr. and Mrs. Marie Pringle Mrs.. ANDERSONPhone I
f In Jacksonville I day JI Mr. Quigley; son. Battle Hymn Mr.
;, Loon Wynn was afternoon Hugh Andrews and Jordan f' by Stella Wilkerson and children 39Yldo, Fla
a% Friday night. Mr. Cornelius Moore was the Brantly were the guests of Boots of Republic; A Prayer for Peace,, and Mrs. Dopale Griffin, Mr. and

Among those who attended Sunday guest of Mlas Willie Mae Newsom. and Freda Brown Saturday night. Bernice Alford; a reading, Appealto Mrs. Leven Griffis, Mr.. and Mrs. ....4 ----.
school here Sunday were Hazel Mr. Albert Williams of Lake MILLERMlaa Temperance, OuiJa Hall; The E. M. Raulerson and daughters,, '

t MlUa of Waldo and Oracle Lee : Butler attended the dance at Mr. Brady Collins was visitingMr. after Men Behind the Vote by six girls;; Ruby and Dosey Mr. and Mrs. P
Ancll Brown
Ellen Car.
P 9 c; Durban of Jacksonville. Starke Thursday night. Advice to Young Men Geneva Al Grtffla, Misses Myrtle and VirgieOrlffla jmBBSJHfflfflSflSBISmiSIffi bt

'r Frank Lewis and E. Thomas Mr. George Reddish and Carl noon. I ford; song, Temperance Rally Mr. Albert and I.eono.rdNorman. I
Miss Mae Bryan was guestof
of Brooker were visiting friends Reddish were visiting Misses Juon- Mr. Noah Douglas and Mrs Song; A Stray Sunbeam, Ruth All enjoyed a fine time.
here Sunday. Ita and Pauline Johns of Raiford Mrs. Lum Johns Sunday morn Mable Cone were united In marriage Fender; The Power of Habit, Hazel Those attending church from
Willard Smith and May 6. We all wish them i along Batten recitation Vote For
tr Mr. and Mrs. Saturday night. ing.Kenneth Phillips and Anna ; here at Long Branch Sunday were
; children and Mrs. I... D Kasterllng Kite and Bagwell was the guestof happy life and much Joy. Oh Womanhood Arise, Mildred
4\\ Mr. and Mrs. Littleton Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wilkerson Mr.
of Wlndermere, were visiting Mr. brother, Alvin Kite, were visitingMr Albert Brown Monday after- I Mr. II. G Crawford picked four Phillips; recitation A Signboard and Mrs. Henry Miner, Mr. and :

and Mrs. L. C. Smith and family. T. B. Robinson Sunday. noon. the of crates of strawberries last Mon ; Nettie Heroey; song, The Mrs. Lennard Prevatt Mr. Buck \ John T. Aslcp
Doris Brown guest
l Sundry.i to hear of was day.Mrs. Drunkard's Child Doris Brown,, Walter Wlttfeldt, Miss ,
We are all very sorry I Grlffls,
Bill afternoon.
i Mrs. Ruth Frazier of this place Mrs. Robert Cone of Kersey Sunday .Jewell Snyder was vlsitlni Elizabeth Phillips and Juanita Wilkerson, Miss Lucille Grlffls
death of Lula
Is: visiting Mr. and Mrs. Willard I her mother lost Monday.Mr. Clarke; recitation, Please Mr. Barkeeper and Wilkersonand I' JR.
Starke, which occurred Sunday of BeautyCulture Mr.'John Henry
Hollywood School and Mr. A.
Smith. of Windermere. Mrs. Nell Robinson' H. G. Crawford Elsie Batten; tableau The Lloyd Wilkerson. .'
morning. to be established at Powder
V. Blackwelder made a business: and Percy
First Drink, Thelma
at the state farm Sunday.Mr. S CANDIDATECongressman
r Plant City-23 express refrigerator was Puff Beauty Parlor In Flamingo trip to Starke,, *last Monday. I Sullivan; song, It Is in the Constiutlon Miami-Cut Rate Drug Co., Inc., ,

cars strawberries shipped! Seeber Forsyth and Hilda building Hollywood Boulevard. There will be preaching at the and It's there to Stay; talk, granted charter to do business ,

from here during recent three days. Forsyth was visiting Misses Eva State Road Department to obtain Free Will Baptist church here nex Mr. Quigley; talk Mr. J. I. Cars- here.

and Beatrice Underhill Sunday.Mr. land for construction of system of Saturday and Sunday. Everybody Jensen dismissed by B. Y. P. U.
''. Arcadia., C. French openedtire Louie Crawford of Starke, landing fields along principal highways cordially Invited to( attend. ;

department at this place of was visiting his mother Mrs. W. throughout state.-Willlaton Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stokes o( benediction.Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Pringle of KILL RATSand
business on West Magnolia street Crawford Tuesday night. Sun.
ii Gainesville were visiting hit par Olustee spent the week-end with Mice, that's BESTYET the old At Large
: eats, Mr. and .Mrs. N. H. Stoke: her parents Mr. and Mrs. L. W. reliable rodent destroyer, comes In

last Sunday. Alford. powder form.- No mixing with other
'SCHOOL DAYS By DWIG Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Carlisle and Rev. N. J. Hayman of Orange foods. Your money back If it .

children, Mr. Gordon Holton, Mr, Heights la expected to hold services falls. ..
I Spence Dicks and Miss EITle/ Hoi] at the Baptist church here next lIe JYill'Boost
ton were visiting Mr. and Mrs and Sunday. CO cent size 3 oz. Is enough for
Saturday night
FW Grover Aldridge. last Sunday. Mr. L. Phillips and Mr. Clemons Pantry Kitchen and Cellar. Florida'

The people of this section an of Lawtey were visitors here Friday 75: cent size, 6 oz. for Chicken

picking beans. afternoon.Mr. House Coops and small buildings.
NAWt t DIDNT coIN 70TAU. Mr. Lendle Clyatt was visiting) and Mrs. R. M. Hersey and
Mr. O. L. Waters last Saturday. Sold and guaronateed by your
family. Mr. and Mrs. Lk W. Alford rHKiEESnH

Te+ HRU Everybody Is Invited to attend and family and Mr. Shepard Adklns Local Dealer. _
+ '""t" -
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< l prayer meeting every morning at Mrs. James Humphrey and
,: I t w4S GO" up STAg5 the Harmony Church here. I of Jacksonville
Mr. and Mrs. Duboae
TCWjtJDhET Ray spent! .
AN' %''D IN had dinner at the lake Sunday.EVERGREEN
f Mother's Day In Providence.
wesT .
T1l.L TAI: fdLKn J. Goodyears packed with D

} NAVE AMY 8E0 THEN Cwt> oonxPPRL.OF mileage bargain priced! Z

',' ',r TouOt, \ e ct'T'TI" rt+e : GREENWOODMl .. Goodyear Speedway O

ouT o' The Mr. .... A. Ilo.l.r, Cor.
nOVSGtOj woo Riamalraa .rl. :!*, Cor. Lifetime Guaranteed :

I UD DO HtJCMTW Supertwlst Cord Tire

,' **' ROD. ,, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Saunders of Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Redding of casts PltfCEl \

? Penney Farms, were visiting her the state farm, spent Sunday herewith : :

parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Prin his mother Mrs. H. F. Red- VnllOranU Pr j KadiIn fun crate aieeY

gle Friday night KaclaPau. Owsix* Leh Pair
ding.Mr. 0
Miss Luree Gnann of Sanford and Mrs. Cohen Peele were S.V5 3.83 001 5.3 S3 ...

pent the week-end with her cous visitors to Starke Saturday.Mrs. 194.4041SOI4.SO11 2904 4.3* 4.17 se.s.0.44.45 5.35 :x:

k ; Ins, Misses Emraalyae Pringle and Larramore and daughter 4.37 4.23 sl.aeo45.73 5.5*

I I 2 Evelyn Moseley. of Lulu spent list week here with SSz4.7S.19fe4.7S.lni S.14.57 2.e.254 6.15 S.7

Mr. Cheatham Peele of Ft. Ben. her son. Mr. Claude Larramore. << 5.20 5.04 +1.a1a.s1 6.63 6.43L.eprW .

nlng, Ga., Is visiting his mother Mr. and Mrs. Cohen Peele, Mr. rnoe.r.d... Tub and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and Mr and
Mrs. Hester Sapp. Z:
4: Q L Mr.and Mrs. H.W. Pringle spent Mrs. Everett Futch were visitorsto 4 r

the week-end In Lacrosse with her Macclenny Saturday night. Register Motor Co. Louie's Service Station

sister, Mrs. Dave Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crews spent PHONE 103 PHONE 83

Mr. St. Clair Moseley and sister Sunday at the state farm.

Evelyn was visiting their aunt and Mrs. Waldo Pringle of Greenwood TWUE 11'fCOODY'EAIl RADIO PROGRAM WED._rbt.Reveller. .

uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Moeeleyf was visiting Mrs. Cohen [ Ouartat-Goodyear: Conceet-Denc.
the state farm Friday night. Peele Thursday.Mr. .
> Orcbestn-Gu.*t ArtUUTRUCK.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier, Mr. and Mrs. W. I\. Kersey and

and :Mrs. J. El Rosier were vlaltng Mr. and Mrs. Son Yarborough of wale OWNERS !

Mr. and :Mrs. A. B. Rosier Sunday Vanderbilt were visiting friends DUTY
1932 HEAVY
iftemoon. her Wednesday of last week.J. .

'..r Little J. C. PrIngle happened tothe Q. Rosier and Frank Crews GOODYEAR PATHFINDERS
MI IAtIAel1'tG'nT
1 \3Z visitors to Starke Saturday.
misfortune of getting his armed were

leg burned badly caused from 1 under-- discussion Tf.d. Toor OM Tin. run,_ rr.... II OnraiM Tall I me
in explosion of gas Saturday af- Daytona, Beach-PJaD. for New 1933OOOOTEAn -
ernoon-: here for erection of fire- 30z5. is.45! 6.00-20. I..5*

resistant hotel to cost 200000. on AJ.I.oWIEAYBERS 31- **... 7.00-20. X3.4

{ )q Fort Myers-Contracts awarded ocean front at corner Ocean Ave- Gd 0011""" SIt9: 3..40 7.7.59-20. 2"..

for' repairs to courthouse and jaIL nue and Main street

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., i is 8 : ? 3loaf to t Public Speaking
I University of Florida Secures I t e play.
News of Florida in Short I -l

, P..aorapha. Van Leer as Engineering Dean i e lf:t( Dates Arranged ; ; ,

w r --- '! 1

rCONTRACT There will be public speaking at ;1
[ If Wynne FergusonAuthor ,the following named places on the l I

flutes given for the purpose of getting -

PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE the public and county eancH

dates together. The public la cor-
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES Copt risht,1931,bjr HoyW,Jr. dlnlly Invited to attend one or more ; 'I I 4

of these mee'Ji.gn: and the camM- '. "

i 4 I ,.i N ARTICLE Nc dates are expected to be present. l ,

Bradenton-Woods and g ant South. This will be the third time ,r JSt' It often bas been pointed out In 0, unless lie has a cure game; hand. The o'clock Speaking m.to at begin each promptly at 9 I" ,

interrupted telephone the convention has met In Florida., these articles that one of the best ways use of good\ judgment in this situation p. place. J. f'
fires t: L T U and what do Bach candidate la requested If : t ,
service for a brief time Jacksonville was host to meetingsIn t' to learn Auction or Contract is to study highly profitable you '
telegraph( tonight. The trouble 1911 and 1922. .< .,...,. examples of "What not to do," eitherin serves to Indicate whether you are a possible to complete his talk withIn r I,
north of here as ,( the bidding; or play. Knowing what good player or a dub. 20 minutes. r t I'

non was rectified however not to( do is particularly important Th other night the writer was playing The speaker will be called a*
crews got at It almost 1m- West Palm Beach-Dr. Ellen lo.'yI when partner has made a no trump bid, atone of the well-known New York their names appear on the dummy ,,

rediatelyFires burning to the Churchhlll Semple writer, world --\, Supporting;values for a no trump bid Card Club and supposedly with high ballot as printed In the Telegraph I.., I

of Bradenton covered a wide traveler and geographer died here H by partner are aces, kings and queens grade players and yet observed some the first '
night, will begin with the
soutb residence caught. The yesterday at her winter home. Vas- t" only. Jacks and tens are counted a.lupportinl& i very fine examples"\\hat not to do.'"
area and one values when held incombination state senators and go down UM t
only '
department sent a chemical nar graduate of 1802 she was the tii7r. Fur example: '\
local fire with higher; honors of a second night will begin at bottom
first geographer called to the staff I learU-K. 7. 6 1
and the damage '
truck of the Clark School of Geographywhen suit.If Clubs-K, J, 9. 8, 4 t Y tDmmondi tf Hat and go up, and In like manner I
was reported alight. partner's no trump bid has been -K, 10, 8, 8, 3 tAn I will alternate through out the i if
it was founded In 1921. She overcalled suit don't bid
by a bid two Z entire t I
Spades-none t t speaking Itinerary ,
Meade-Shipment of six held the gold medal of the American .t> no trump unless you have opponent'ssuit
Fort Now River school bOWIe Tuaa-
stopped at least once and also a
here geographical society and the AUCTION BIDDING
carloads of watermelons from trick or two on the side I Il, you hold a day May 17.Hampton .
total forwardIngS gold medal of the Chicago Geographic -' No first Z dealt and bid' Nit ,
today brought the I big hand and no stopper in the suit score, game town hail Thursday,
from this point since Ihurs- Society. She was a nativeof bid, double. The opponent cannot take one la trump A passed Y bi".G May 19.Brooker.

to 12 cars. The first car of I Louisville, Ky., but her summer eight tricks when your partner has a spailcl and I U and Z pRI..1. Here' school house Friday
day, out home was in Worcertes Moss. real bid of one no trump and you also whrre A started: to give exhibition
here went i
from May 20. '
the season I have a biff hand of "What not to do. I le cluln't atop to
Thursday sold for $900 and boughtfor Whit do you mean when your part. figure that his hand was woith probably Woudlawn school house, Tues-

a Detroit commission firm. Jacksonville The Jacksonville r ner has been taken out of his no trump I three tricks if spades were trumps Jay: May 24.llelluronn jI

Four cars were loaded that day Traction Company operators of bid by an opponent, ( and you double so that if his partner could take only school house Thursday } ,
loaded yesterday the bid Do want one trick, they would save the f tine.
were opponent s you your, 20.
and two cars street cars and buses
passenger yap lie bid three clubs which Y
melons now being loaded partner to go on with his no trump hid, Lawtey school house t ,'
The here was petitioned Into voluntary defeat/ the bid? doubled. D and Z pawed 1 and A now Tuesday,
or are doubling to
', you
are bringing from $500 to $800a receivership today through mortgage .'"' Answtn Your double means that decided to try three diamonds. Ihts May 31.Starke. ,

car. foreclosure proceedings '. you can defeat the bid if your partner also WAS doubled and the contract was school house, Thursday h"?

brought by the First Savings and ,t" has a no trumper;that you either havea set for40Ulaints. Study this hand, tho June 2. +s
and the score andlcarn"Whatnot I; d,
36 HarOee biddini
of -
Wauchula-A carload Trust Company of Tampa. J. P. big: no trump yourself or that you
similar circumstances.
todo' under
the have four cards In the .uitbid
range : or more
county found In this country Ingle president of the company and prefer to defeat/ the bid rather thanto At Contract A would probably not DUMMY BALLOT
wildest to be was named receiver by Federal go on with your partner's no trump.\ h.ive bid so freely as he did at Auction, .
has been shipped to Philadelphia Judge Louie W. Strum. The Tam. Blake R. Van Leer aasUtant secretary of the American Engt-: Your partner should not go on with his The heavy penalties at l..ntrait have Carrying CKiulldnfvM mute who of har slate. formally and county as. ;> h ;t 4

for use In rodeos and contests! pa banking Institution brought its nearing Council. Washington heralded as one of the foremost mea no trump under such circumstances curbed a great deal of free bidding. nounced In the T.l,.r..pb to IMS rr "
throughout the country this sum suit to foreclose of this country tn the field of engineering has been appoints as davl. Thl. I II not an offlulkl' ballot.cuirylnir 8 +
mortgage given 1
University of Florida, by Presi- nnniva ."r all candidate tor
here this of Engineering Pr. .lanl
mer. The cattle left secure a bond issue of $1,937,500 Dean of the College Gainesville la dltt..rent on'lc..o but ll.l. only thonnndlflMtfta
J. Tlgert. Dean Van Leer will come tit I ,
brothers John
Carlton dent who have {
from In 1911. It claimed demand for HeartsA,10,1Clubsnone
week of the 193J83 -
haul September to take over his new duties with the opening paid advsrtium.nt In Uole 1 dl
range near here. They were payment was made, and refused. ; paper. fur the oiric* they ...k.. I ''I
for session. iamonda- 3 p
ed by truck to Kissimmee a --- llallut. M... !>. Marked b't.at.5.I I *y
at the quarantine station i I --- -- ------ ----- --- ------ ------ 5 1>.Idc3- J:;:. 8. :2 Nam.
short stay .
will Tallahassee-Additional sectionsof this to erect concentrate and lIeart.-O Heart.-p.J
there from the state will be declared free Interest Cluba-7.S I Y t Club.k,9,3Uiamonds .. Moe. .....,..... 2l Vdi
go direct to Philadelphia. of cattle ticks within the next perpetuate a large money J. 8. 7 I A B t Diamonds-5,4 Vole for Ouo.BTAKFUltU rt'
dislocation a measure which i must in ,. Spndee6
SpaJu-, 0 t I Ir
month as a result of dipping and I OAUDWKL1
i ,"tl' the of human events, !
yvr course pro-
Arcadia packinghouses f the balance between .
Arcadia -- t" ( )> '
sent out 675,000 boxes quarantine work carried on during t 3-t + the country f .iijce one or the other of two evils; Hearts 8,4Clubs0 CAUY A. HARDBJB R 1
have March!. Dr. J. V. Knapp, state veterinarian ;. w at 8. fI, 2 t
of citrus to northern and eastern said here \, and the city with the prostration of agriculture Iliumonds1,1Spndcsnon's :l TOM &LA)t'r ;; f\
Of this tt the feet of commerce or a changeIn ',
season. Its resultant problems '
laarkets this 'L K, HATHAWAY 'If' a
Sumter Lake Orange Seminole I of Federal A.
amount one-half was sent out by af p of living for the present form ,
Independent shippers here Brevard, Indian River and portionsof .1. N'J', both has been the Government fatal to the existenceof Clubs are" trumps and Z lain the lead It should be noted! that the lend of I J J'iN\V. MARTIN '

the eight other half shipped through St. Lucie counties will be in the ,subject of much American liberty." I I low can Y Z win five of the eight the king;ol diamond by Z at trick one ....;...,)' of ...... X'Mii'
and tho area which will have completedtick defense? and the lead of tin deuce of dinmmulu Vote for one : t
of any /
the DeSoto Citrus sub-exchange. eradication he said. A few t' t, study on the part Then, as now, the proponents Solution. : Z should lead the four of at trick two is a laser. A should lead I 4

Of the total amount shipped about exceptions will be isolated local o f Franklin D. \ truo American freedom were Insisting hearts and Y wins the trick with the the nine of heart., which Y must win. it A. OIIAT" rI'ti

one-twelfth was grapefruit and sections of Orange and Brevard i[ Roosevelt who as upon the necessity for recognizing ace. Y should then lead the deuce of The lead by Y of a heart or a spade is -omuiiimlcmer--- off agrleett.r.'h. r

about half as many tangerines as counties he added. I _.Governor of New the basic Importance of spades,which Z should trump with the a loser Played In this way, Y Z must Vote for on* i iFItAN1CLIN

Growers estimate that cork has net in motion a survey the farmer In maintaining a safe deuce of cluba. Z should then lead the lone four tricl, +
grapefruit. U. KINO din
of diamonds and follow with the It should also be noted that Z may
sent would Insure economic Ling
one-fourth as much fruit was that will at least assemble valuable balance that :
Winter Park-The finding of anarrowhead deuce of diamonds,which trick A must lint the ting of diamonds and NATHAN MAYO ev
by trucks In bulk as went throughthe Information towards the solving stability. win. Whatever A now lead, Y Z must then Clay the four of hearts and let Y "2
in the skull of .
packing here. a mammoth of some of the economic questions In the opinion of Franklin D. win two trump tricks. lead the deuce of spades. When he Fur. It.llru.e .___ .._ r ,
an extinct elephant dug up involved. Roosevelt, the time has come to If A leads a diamond or a spade Z trumps the spade, Z should then lead Vote for uus 'i '9 t

Punta Gorda-Tom Grantham In Florida, was described today at Governor Roosevelt hopes however adopt a far-reaching policy of land trumps and leads the eight of hearts. the deuce of diamonds, obtaining; the W. U. DOUULASS ;\ > Ttt to"?,.i.+
Rollins colege. The arrow-head His of clubs must now make. same result as in the correct solution
well known resident here, was shot to do more than merely bring utilization and of population dis queen 11. IUI>HON! BURR
tells of Interest I If A should lead Z must still given.This.
wounded tonight seemingly a story great a trump
end probably fatally together a set of facts on paper; trlbutlon. and should
to science that prehistoric win two trump tricks. Played in this a tricky problem JOHN W, NUWUUKN
about 8:30 o'clock'and Sam roamed Florida he hopes to move positively to- "The situation" says Roosevelt way Y Z must win five of the eight be carefully noted.All of the variations, 'I l ,
human hunters
Hodges wan arrested and held In about The skull wards the establishment of rural- "is one in which the public Is asking tricks against any defense. given should be played out. for one For CumpfrvllerVotn .1 t,,

the county Jail for Investigation 20,000 years ago. Industrial communities that will that they be given a new leadership I +
of his condition. and arrow were found near Flag. be for those who will at J. M. LEI ie'er
pending the outcome a meeting point that \ help them and .

Grantham waa shot six times, ler Beach a few months ago not are reaching out from the country the same time given definite recognition Brooksvllle Brooksvllle Cleaners Jacksonville Expenditure of (...n.'....... mt !...... '

twice In the head twice in the far below the surface In a geolog- for the advantages and pleasuresof to a proper balance basedon pressing shop moved into John about $15,000 planned at Semlnolo Vole for one.

hands and twice in the legs and 20.1 ical formation estimated as studies about the city and for those In the the right of every Individual to 1>. Law City Service I building on Hotel In Installation of BO new JOHN__ ,. T._ ALSO_ .., Jr. ______ ;II itI'' .j
)00 old. Scientific -
was not expected to live through I years city who are suffering the penal- make a living out of life." North Main street. bathrooms and re-equipment of 30 Kur; oats .;;..(.., i i II!

the night. Police Chief Whidden seemingly verify the interpretation .ties of over-population in congested ''"Hitherto" says the governor Daytona Beach Driving of pilings existing rooms. Voss for UHV. ) i ,

mid he arrested Hodges at the I of Its significance. It was areas. In fact unofficial con- "we have spoken of two types of started here for construction HAL Y. MAINR8 ,

scene half a minutes after the buried at about the same depth as ferences to plan towards this end living and only two-the urban and of extension to ocean pier Delray Beach-Modern JewelryCo. r

shooting holding a revolver with bones of sabretooth tigers dire. have already been held. the rural. I believe that we can Elnrtow; -- Renovation of New ., opened at 539 East Atlantic J. M. MANN 4
wolves and other extinct animals W;;w i ;rNiunLmTUN '
shells. Grantham held a "A of the decade" rather than avenue, ,
aix empty study past look forward to three, Oaks Hotel completed.

knife as he was shot. recently found in Florida by pal said Roosevelt In his message to two types In the future for there DeLand Athens Theatre reopened I Me.Nr ........ ....__......_ '

eontologists.Pahokce the assembly at the beginning of! Is a definite place for an Intermediate for business. O' .. ._,_ ._ ... "' Vote.- -fur on*. ,

Sarasota Fishing guides put 'this year "gives us at least one type between the urban and I O. M. INMAN

their boats and equipment In readiness -' -With a wide variety I I clue to the difficulties of today the rural; namely a rural-Indus- Clearwater City purchasedone T. B. l'INIiOLSTJlJR
and one-quarter acres land or ,
to sportsmen in of dally attractions arranged for We to have establahed that ATLASThe
today carry the five the East Beach Bean : seem trial group. sand fill\ south of Cleveland street ...... Gouty; ...... ,,
quest of the scrapping silver kings days 'the distribution of population dur- "To work out the solution of to to be used vote for on..

when the annual summer tarpon Festival sponsored by the American I ing recent years has got out of.balance this, we must plan towards a bet- approach causeway t7
as recreation park. 11KO.: A. QAUDINICnH. t
tournament formally opens tomorrow Legion, will open here Wednes : and that there Is definite ter use of our agricultural, Industrial Standard Oil

to continue until July 15. In- day. Negro school and Red Cross overpopulation of the larger communities ) and human resources; and K. PKKRYMANVot J '31y

terest In the tournament thin year exhibitions will be featured the In the sense that there are the state of New York has defi- / Tire GuaranteedOne ..ap.rl.C...... al aea..41 '

has shown a marked Increase over opening day with black bottom many people In them to maintaina nitely undertaken this as a governmental I I + for on.. I

previous years with receipt of en- and buck and wing dancing con- decent living for all. responsibility. I y Year I.. II. FUTCH r rA

tries from hundreds of anglers In tests as the principal events. An "Great problems of distribution j. ORlrr ,

Florida and other states. Prizes Indian village alligator wrestling of the necessities of life are In- started by the carelessness I F r )'.
Forest fires N4NNNNNNFngidaire P
of carnival attractions H. 11. 100lNII
and series
will be awarded sportsmen land- a have made sufficient 1
volved; but. we of and smokers in '!
campers "t
Ing the heaviest tarpon on various also will be provided for entertain- studies to know that an Immediate Forests In 1931 final Clark tlrcalt t'M.t :i. Y '
ment of visitors. On Thursday I the r Vote for on..
classes of tackle during the tournament gain can occur if as many to the Forest Service
regional reports
which will be conducted under chamber of commerce day, there people as possible can return closer show Neglected or escaped O. W. ALDMIIMAN i
will be free barbecue political '
the auspices of the Sarasota a Candidates for I to the sources of the agriculturalfood I campfires caused 37 percent more w.CAPITAL A. J. THOMAS i tf
rally and parade. a ,P
County Anglers club. state offices have been Invited to supply. forest fires than In the preceding punishmentior.Arson the three year ffuar- rib,'roe A.e.a.er ,
This Is not a mere back-to-the- Dropped matches and burnIng Vote for on.

Wauchula rival for the famous speak.the. The drum parade and bugle will be corps headedby of farm movement. It Is based on the year.tobacco ignited the woods in in Athens anted electric refrigerator 17.! W. JlA THUS I IL. k I '

walking fish at Key West fact that the pendulum has swung 1,872 places, an Increase of 31 per
which recently have been publicized the Veterans of Foreign Wars too far In the direction of the cities cent. ..,.. low .I. holy AI...... -M .nee 11 1111.1. I
by the Florida century of from West Palm Beach. A dancein and that re-adjustment must ..u.uw_ a, ....... 4 A_....... N. O. WAJNWftlOHT
_., d..a. w.a. h Mq
Progress committee has been the evening will close the days take place to restore the economicand ._h I--.. T".1oOI" .. .. -.... I, sW Mar Tea (:.11...... fk t
found in a pool In t.hts county, on program.TO sociological balance." RATS DIE 1'e .I... "'..- er Vote for on..
__.1 ....._p.a..lh' &.11I.,'$ Ip b'
!the farm of Mel Whldden several Even In the young days of the ._... ...,...- ....... Ia For sale bySmith's CA IU.. JOHNS t tCART.
Mies southwest of Wauchula. This :MAKE DILL PICKLE republic wben the country more so do Mice once they eat BEST- ..wt..l..a ,;,l1

t sh Is an educated baas which will, largely agricultural than It now YET. And they leave no odor be A-_l..ea..d hi a..a. ..ki.g' A. KNIOflT i

leap out of the water to take tld- Gainesville, Fla.-DiU pickle Is Is, the necessity of maintaining a hind. Don't take our word for It __. .,-._"..-.1., For S..rU' f r, ,
and DOGS .._.UI 1M _d. Ie ........c ... Vote for ""e.
pits' from Mr. Whldden's hand. easy to make since It requires no true balance was clearly forseenby try a package. CATS It.-p_ .. ... _...- ...... Service
togr8PS have been made of the : heat, Bays Dr. E. W. Berger. Sim- the forefathers of the nation. In won't touch It. Rats pass up all ....a Crs-__.Ii,.r..ayyi .,-...., OSCAn ANDR:11L. !!: i;

itch In action. The bass has been' ply pack the cucumbers In jars the famous Virginia Resolutions food to get Best-Yet. Two size p'-0' ,- C. CI.IJMONR! Y
I In the pool for several months and with the dill and cover with a brine passed in 179O in protest against OO cent size, 3 o:&. is enough for StationStarke W, 3. EPPERlJO\l! ?

w e lghs four to five pounds. made by dissolving 7 ounces of the policies of' Alexander Hamil Pantry Kitchen and Cellar HAROLD C. WALL
of water. An ounce' M.ea.r" .aeheat 8..I"II-Dt. I Sttvat.
I' salt In gallon
a ton the monarchlally-incllned exponent
INSURANCE for "" j jI.
8t Petersburg. Attendance run- of dill seed should flavor three or of government for and by 75 cent size 6 02. for Chicken Fla.

hag well into the thousands Is exwted four quarts. Less seed will be re-' the privileged few appears the fallowing House Coops and small buildings.Sold STARKE. FLORIDA ( n. JII'I"'I'I': l4t

by officials at the Southern quired If they are ground or significant statement: and guaranteed by your. Local T. 3. T. III00Rp' .
**Ptiat convention here May 13 to bruised. "In an agricultural country like Dealer.MIAMIFLORIDA. n. A. NmWI01\ %
Several meet.togs After filling and brining the --
I> pre-conventlon -I on.the'' ;;;mk.r Mrk_l Hoard._I>ui will be held beginning Tues. rubber top should be placed Wake Your Liver Bile Vnt* for on..
*y- These include the Woman's Jar but not sealed until the brine Up .+
11"aslonary Union, auxiliary to the begins to lower In the Jar. Then G, i
"uuiern Baptist convention andBaptist the jar should be filled with fresh II. O. MAYxe..wM..asel 1 ;. I

the Brotherhood of the, brine and sealed. "THE YEAR-ROUND PLAYGROUND" G -Without Calomel e..r.-nletr/rt a : '

m ___ ___ _n P Vero fns "ft. },+
G"MIAMI'S ;rvrvrrvrT T
LEAMINGTON of Bed U tU bus Is BO* tovfoc".."..yarn. toad. W'tmstpvrt-----! "
You'll HOTEL And Yon 11 Jump Oat r
never knpw good fu\ I d_'1 dl.... I$Jigs <...7*la the bmla ,.....,. ,........ ..._._ '.. ".' I f
a cigar be until In lie Morning Rarin to Go CM bUxta ap you _....... Taa 4r. a '...t" r. n" ,
can you, ", l MOST POPULAR HOTEL"N. 7. H. 7tt SI FTC"1 1
-.. tUck,bad bra sad r nu bnatfc I Ie foul I
have smoked a ...! E. tat St. it 3rd Ave. I U you reel sour' and sunk and the ofua besets sat in !*.!*.... Tour beet I -r.---;; -(;-.;....,..'....._nlalrlel' a 'I ,tf

YEAR ROUND RATES$2.0042.5053.00S world looks punk,don't swallow a lot acfcw, and apt feel|down and oat.Your whoUnrvtoin Irnr "n., -.-.-. --- It,7rawWpw '

i g of salt*, mineral water, oil, laxative .10 roieoed.It .. .. -- -- +
p I :r'ii rltpwr
: ;In I gee
candy or chewing: gum and expect .....tbe.tood std. CAJ\TJR"U'nUJ:
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7/owA $3.00t.Oo$5.0oDouble them to make you suddenly sweet LtVXR FILLS U)t.t MUM" two pond*of MI. -DI.tM.' a f

SIZE No Higher KaU and buoyant and full of sunshine. finrtet tnr aad auk you fed hop and_" V.t.p tH.r.ntt.Inr nne.. roantraliJ. -
All rooms with private bath i For they' can't do it. They only Tluy -.... woadwfol. Mantes all... 1. lTNnrnH.Lr; ; -

MORE HAVANA and move the bowels) and a mere move- T>c.Ubi-.itnct,...... *bM I b ter la '
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bcrvice. efficiency, courtesy cleanliness hospitality economy ( Cw-.I..i..e-DI.trl.t" 4V..rs
F the The .... Sow fredg.Batdods .
meat doesn't ct at cause. a.kIyM far nn.ri
MILO t honesty are the cardinal principles upon which the popularity of -
DeliShJfu14l M r reason teflon?down-and-out feeling; kt.SrerpGh.A.ktarCaretstail. : W. HRN5fC.wI
the Hotel Leamington ha been built. should out two Uw.1'tIIe.Uok tat.... .Crlda .
Is your Brer. It pour Cs..se5sa._ ...... eno
Lewis Cigar Mfg. Co., Newark, N. J., Maker Alfred Simmons Proprietor J. Fred Brunner, Manager f pcundfl of liquid bile Into your bowels LMd Ussr Wta w UM red lain. Bwca* ,. for ns.. d '

daily -b-s-tdeMsfl. ...sea 0 ua.c:.u.c. .c-w-ANTIRttWpf'!
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mTTN"I'Y 'IT.uron4PR, IIIIT4nK1I1. 1I'I.nn.n, -_ _
,..,nl!!: ..w.. --- -- -- ,. =.-DUKRANCB-- -- -SPEAKS-- --- TO .., District Meeting No.2

I VOTERS HERE ,,-:' Held In Starke Friday

+ Do You Know? 4. (Continued on page -

Durrance went on, I call /: The meeting was opened at 2 p.

I i I John because be uses the a., with the seating of the district

I more than any person who ;,1' officers by the Starke team

the English language. He Representatives were present

.. ------..-,,1< -_.11I"""'; the from Jacksonville Lake
_____ .;;.. ,,,,.,,.< ized before he left # H' hbjtler
JiJ WlUIstonTport
fr' __
< Gainesville
;t4 chair the Northern Pierce
*'' by Miss Mabel Weller. Mr. !.; .' .'." Lakeland and
N lADIES AU' of ;
MRS. W. STERN Sherwood Smith, secretary 1 '''''' :..,.; '. ;;;;:- people who cn't pay The Introduction of the national' ;
WITH Jackson-
i- Health in _
State Board of and state
Jj7r7ri. officers
Tuberculosis. : "'J taxes; he caused"Mr. I & waa made by the

The Ladle Auxiliary of th! /llla, gave a talk on J. /' Durrance circulated ttendant and assistant attendant

b Presbyterian church met at the :Musical readings, (a) "The Leg-Jan- < ''''jI'<''' '''t. ; the crowd a picture of Those introduced were, Miss Myrtle.
b "The
"'*, torn of Mrs. W. A. Stern Tuesdayevening1 end of the Bells"; ( ) Ruby KIIpatrlck I' ;1:: wonvn of Pensacola, Oils Crump. national assistant at.

I (' ,icia' Love Song"-Mlss : 80 of age, whose 'endont and state manager of
Miss Ethel i. years
accompanist, .
The hostess used quantities of .. S the subject of tax Tampa: Mrs. Myrtle Depew, past

',l1f r ,,4..1. I bright hued spring flowers In decorating Griffin. selections (a) "I Hear ceedings by Martin's firm."Martin ,- tate president, of Ft. Pierce;: Mrs

' I _________ her home for this occasion Vocal went to I Elli Strickland, past national
. Sunshine -
-- ,, Me"! (b) "The
g. r r"III"'rt'; _(
Bliss Mabel Weller, president had Mrs. R. Jacompanlat 'v Dodge owing $ OOOO. elegato of Lke Butler; Mrs. Lula
tr Smile"-
; ', _ charge of the business session: and of :Miss Ethel ,- .. millionaire with two avis, state president, of Jacksonville .
{ : Williams had charge ? 3 .. .. t ''business ; Mrs. Mildred Boone
, Mm.: ..D, B. -r .. .. That's more state'Iceprealdent
', t for the evening. Griffin. .&.*_ : 1 considering the of Lakeland
\c' of the program -< the social half hour the< I possess, ; Miss
lIt. ( Following) the business and proc hostesses 1 ff for the afternoon served :: the position pays Now,. Anna Delkers, state attIitor, Jacklonvllle .

( ( gram a delightful social hour was ," hmonti' Thev were: Mrs L. to go> back. I don't know -a< ; Mrs. Kula Balientlne'
':t>"' that either Martin and A' itate auditor of Gainesville.
enjoyed.The Mrs. was
D. Vining, Mrs. W. B. Parks. ,'. ,",,
r hostess served refreshments H. Lowry. Mrs. W. F. left Pt Tallahasse! that ;: '- >. Mrs. Vonda Inman of Starke,

to the following who were present: George end Mrs. J. E. Corpening. anxious to return and $1;........;:,.;1.t.. "resided over the business meeting
Jones, .
:Mrs. ir. K. Young Mrs. E. M. Davis _autS. whatever it Is, the state luring the absence of the district

1 L Mrs. T. N. Kendrick Mrs. W. ALICE CONE AND 11 It at this time." Durrance OP SIAM VIEWS president Mrs. Maude Andrews,

A. Bonham, Mrs. It!. W. Morrow MARY DAUGHTER ..-.. He said that both of the : t : Pictured above of Lake Butler. A large class of

Z r Mrs. p. B. Williams Mrs. T. S. INFANT -... 4'k ernors claimed to be Lieut. Swastl Praditdh. left. candidates were introduced.

) Williams, Mrs. John Uglow Mrs. Alice Cone, I. .. .- )L their records ad: that he of Slam and Lieut. E. B. Miss Crump presented Starke
Mrs Mary
Friends of of Fort Humphreyi
O. Hi Lowry.. Miss Mabel Welter, : this fact entitled him to grove a. state flag for the splendid
; will regret to learn watched and Navy
t Army
Chris- 41, of Starke, ; ic they
Miss I
Miss Luctle Mitchell, their records for work it and for
.f. the death of herself and infantdaughter llscuis at the fort, recently. : was doing the presentation -

; ,; tine Kahr and Miss Louise Stern. Sunday morning after a ion of the voters. "I, for Prince a "graduate of West of a class of ten candidates

Illness. Mrs. Cone had beenlifelong willing to have them is a cousin of.th. King of that were Introduced at themeeting.
.qt MISS BUNNIE OANOVA resident of Starke, and ly between themselves, Honors were elven tn
; : ENTERTAINS WITH member of the Starke' Baptlit' 'or' the ehape that Mrs.: AtWa King of Wllliston for
: t; '
Besides her husband Rob 's. :rssassmr&i finds Itself In." PAYS having served the Woodmen Circle
. sweet church.
Bister lilies, larkspur, TO AMOS
,.. % were used by Miss ert C. Cone, she Is survived by one Durr nce produced RESPECTS for twenty-five years. A pin was
t and roses -- --
peas decorating her daughter, Pansy, of Starke: one jrei revealing that the presented to her by Miss Crump In
: Bunnie Canova in In this' 'lake In the (Continued from page 1.) behalf of the national
evening when she ton, Carl: four sisters, Mrs. Sarah Pennsylvania' speckled trout fry placed tate government '\ president,
home Thursday THAT Mountains In '""- miprrvislon of b"nks?
Canadian Rocky te Mrs. E. LaRocca.
the :
friends with a Alvarez, Mrs. Maude"Walnwrlght National Park Motion of '?OCCOOOO! ) to 14000.000 Mary
entertained her birthday. nd Mrs. Geseva Thomas, all of 1927, have aitounded biologist by their remarkable growth. When t''Itl "'e,,'. administration < didn't :Mr. Amos vindicate Officers elected for the ensuing

: dance In honor of her and dancing Starke' and Mm. Susie Edwards of wart made In the Fall of 1931, it was found that In l four years these .h"n doubled to $35,000,000 "'%!f b*> Pfolngf! to Temlnole, Palm term, were: Mrs. Youth Inawn,
Games, contests had reached from four to six pounds In weight and had Ipewn.dthr. r)"da counties In person
1 hour. Gainesville; three brothers, E. Irout hat of Martin' said nn 1 past president; Mrs. Ann Tabor
4 enjoyed till a late It la estimated that the lake now contains mora than- a Indictments
were time
And J L. Sapp of "And T John there answer the president; Mrs. Antonia Soller! ,
Prize winners for the contest were Sapp, W. E. Sapp million trout averaging three pounds each In weight and the fishing \dding. in
: Miss Marjorte Stump and S. It. Starke mother, Mrs. Eusan Sappof restriction are being removed In June, The lake I.known aa Mallgr: : 'ou believe that he wast"t I !!* ; "i alnst hIm! for failure official vice-president: Mrs. Annie M Bru-

I Presiding at the punchbowl Starke. / Johns. Mon destitute of fish lif*. The WatersRow Why ask the people of the attendant Miss Ethel Moore
t .. the evening were Miss1Zlartha Funeral services were held tna planting of the trout fry It was "Send me to Tallahassee ber, ; ,
k. during' Powell and MIus. Vera day afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Into another lake that has no known outlet. lean out that rat's nest. who have been forced to con- assistant; Miss Susie Davis, banker -
motif in Dval cemetery with the ninety million : Miss Nellie Connory chaplain:
color that
Claire Robinson. The wave I a state so beautiful :
fit pink P33 green were carried out Rev. G. P. Raymond, pastor of the STATE ISSUES DISCUSSED I never leave and to bv t bis negligence and fail of- Miss Amy Moore Junior supervisor : -'

i ; ; served church: officiating LAWTEY: rable. in the performance of his ; Mrs. Edith Tipplns. musician;
A la the Ice course which was First Baptist DY lOlLW.\ MARTIN come when they .. vindicate him of
: were: Messrs. Carl duties to Captains Gladys! Williams Mrs.>
present Pallbearers
tho, following who were Wain- Mm.'..,. r,:. Iturnry, Cffr. needs and pleads for the' that he would not ,dare Lula Hutto Mra. Denmark
W M. Evelyn ,
Jacobs ,, ,
MArtha'Brownlee, Martha Johns, B. c.mtlnuedtr 1.) ..1 leadership which will
Ulnpoi' Claire Robinson. Lois wrlgbt. W. E Torode, W. M. ( page \ back even keel once ., la counties where they origi Mrs. Minnie: Hildebrandt; Mrs. Mae,
Vera upon
Powell, Melba Sllcox Kitty Hog-/: Mundy and H. C. WalLIIIterment record, stating that under his administration The depot at I.i wteV w"s'burn- 'have offered to meet any Green Mrs. Etta Jump, auditors.! .

AdklM Evelyn was In the family lot he went to the legislature M to the ground !"st Friday evening candidates )'\ h"ve challenged Mr. Amos to A delicious dinner was served by
Stump, other
? sod,. Marjorie the direction asked for and receivednough between 6 and 7 o'clock Fire where hn Grove at 6 Tho
Kathryn Haynes, Dorothy In Dyal cemetery under and tin or Hardee beep use the ) a. time and place Starke p. m. eve-
% Luta Redgrave, Lillian of Burns-Howard, Jackson- money to give the children. wns caused from defective wires. ntrictly among the three I meet me before' the> public and ning session opened at 8 p. m. pie

'; Rltch Sternberg, Francis Hemingway, llle morticians. tram the first to the sixth grade, Mr. Dlnkins, the')operator. had' gone: iut thev woi't meet me. : -wer these questions. program was! an follows:
That under his to his home It; eing after office of the II.
j Turner of Macclenny; free school books. -u
,I Messrs Lolselle S. R. Johns. A. E Wall. J. ANNOUNCED administration schools were kept hours. Most of the papers, tickets, flu discuss the merits of .. rf this office have ben sat- Thomas, of StarkeVocal .

4 P. Warren Eldredge Robinson, AT BRIDGE PARTY open at least six months of the and other VR'unMes were saved.! Hponding I propose to do for the or" Tconsl"tent with the solo, "Smiles"-Mrs. R. J.

Peek Billy Graham Miss Katherine! Blanchard of citizens. ln "reit of our state and Its' t)<>vls.
Ralph Cox Julian weeks in Miami the help \\ta
11 Harry Tyson, John Andrews, One of tbe lovltest parties of the year.Mr.. Martin attacked the present relatives! 'no m">a Job. I'm not the I tti<-r mv IIT'T'fO"r'I'nr.e( before Response to the welcome address

Herbert Stevens, Ben Sternberg 'pring soclil season was the bridge system of banking laws. He called end Jnckonvllle visiting 'n the st>te who con do it Il'I l'!i without merit. If on the --Mrs. Mildred Boone, Ft. Pierce.

; 1 end Billy Parker. ntrtv given by Mrs. A. Z. AdklnaTuendiy : attention to the fict that the depositor and friends. Enoch tho only nvn In this race han-l yoU think there shouH The installation of officersMiss

__ .. afternoon at her homo on was not protected: by the JTeidamns! W. C. Wooten nd who isa't mortgaged, a chTfe In the admtni'jtrl'tlo"> Crump, Installing officer, assistedby
Tuesday -
law and said that he Grlffls and E. pWon spent tho clutlet of the office and that Mrs. Boone installing Attend-
fl *. J. *. CANOVA WAlnut street. present ind tied up.
c4 MR I of cut floweri! lilies, would ask the legislature to pl11'Jhws I afternoon In Starke.Misa 1--WS rf tbe state- governing nt, Mi's. Richardson, installingchaplain.
BRIDGE PARTY A profusion returned Durrance made a brief
x GIVES has
would the individual Louise Thede flnnncl"l system of the state Mrs. Tlppins, installing
poppies, larkspur' roses and unnp- that I visit with to the grand Jury situation
k. In floor baskets. depositor. He stated that home nfter a delightful : the regulation of the b"nk of musician, Miss Williams, installing
._ Mrn.' J. J. Canovn was a charmIng bowls dragon and wall vases throughoutthe Hardee was a banker, and said! Miss Beverly Cady at Lake Kings-: sonvllle which he said for said.'r st-'te should bo strictly en- captain.:! .

hortoflii at a delightful bridge added a charming note that he had rather trust a rabbit lev.Mrs. 300 percent victory then I appeal! to you to rally Violin solo-Mr. A, Buna, accompanist -
at her home, visited her Indignant citizenry
Torode r.n
Thursday afternoon W. E campaign,
;. party A color head of cabbage than to mv support In this Miss Evans.
home on Walnut street. The lower of color to the scene. a banker to ask for banking sister, Mrs. J. \l(. Andrews, Jr., in ed up his stand that rsd: elect me comptroller Vocal solo-"Little Mother of
_ of pink sod green predominAted runt a
scheme" and the court
1r 4 floor of the home w's thrown en- In the decorations tws that would protect the do- Starke Saturday.The jury the state, a=d I pledge to give Mine"-Miss! Evely Stump.

?. milte end decked with an attractive the and osltor, Lawtey>. '1'. A. will meet at made a political football four years of service of strict Piano solo-Mrs. E. M. Davis.
of prices
wrapping I >
flowers dainty the candidacy of some
of cnforcemeit
iy arrangement garden salad served followingthe made the the school auditorium Friday evenlllg' and law Drill work put on by the Starke
course to charges
t Several progressions the Relative didate for governor.
shades. the
In vivid May 13th. A health pro Interest, both team.
The tAllies were passed before by Durrance of Martin I of the
were frnmes dates
:lay learning
of contract bridge all the
of Perfect
: will be given and private. Vocal solo "The End a
Massle. Fenacola gram
Joan -
added. Prizes by Little Mhs!! taking the home of an aged race la making state-wide!
: enjoyed and scores to be .
conclusion of the afternoon under a state members are requested pres- -----. Day"-Mra. It. J. Davis.
nwarded Mrs. J. C. Robinson At the "& widow away utilize the machinery of
were Fred-
; scores were totaled and lax certificate, the speaker exhib-, Piano selection-Master
: for holding high Mrs. O L. Haynes Mr!. : ent.Rev.. and Mrs. Christy have returned to keep me at rick Burns.
W. M. prizes awarded the winners. ''ted affidavits by three Feneacoli road
and Mrs. the campaigning.
4 making pecond home after a pleasant visit, VANDERBILT were made by all state
upunopening Durrance'sbarges
made high that
Wainwright for scoring low. T. T. Long residents stating in Miami. They '.11 are familiar with the
assisted by Miss the gift found cleverly were false. Mr. Martin with their daughter that sort of dirty politics. Cor. officers present.
;i- The hostess, also attended the conference while rnrrU' tlrll oemiin. S
the announcement appealto i
thiereln address with an
concealed his
salad course
Mary Casova served a 'I'm not going Into Births
.A Ethel Melba Griffln- think long and I away. .
to the following present: Mrs.. C. "Miss June 15th." the voters their ballot Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Griffin spent nor's chair 03 promises. Mr-wrs.' Carl Roller and Cheat- Mr. and Mrs. Sam Manning
A, Knlp-ht Mrs. O. L. Hnynes, :Mrs. Dr. Erie L. Biggs ertously before casting out I of were vis 5th.
read. Miss Harriet in the June primary Thursday in Ja )onvllle. go on performances. ,m Peele Evergreen Highland, daughter, May
W, Xt Walnwrlght. Mrs. J C. Rob- which wis while Mrs. "governor the state needed Mr. and Mrs. Stewart and two Interested in what kind of Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Norman Mr. and Mra.: Enoch Kelly.
second high that
ilnson. :&.fl"' H. D. McLcndon. Mrs Rltch made scored low. Miss! Grlf- saying administration. that children of Jacksonville visitedher nor I will make than I am Starke, daughter, May 9th.

;. i; Hamilton: Rltch, Mrs. D A. Mon- F. F. Stump memento of the I 'n economical critical and that he had! brother, F. R.. Carradlne Sunday governor. I ask the Mr. end Mrs. Irving DeBose of Mr. and Mrs Perry Kite, Starke,
,,,, Mrs. Junlus fin received as times were .
A. Z Adkins, Mrs.
tteth. Mrs: luncheon set. with afternoon. cry citizen who has the Springs, were visiting daughter, :May 11th.
roaderia promises
Smith Mrs. J. W. Andrews occasion a kept his previous with hla and Mrs. R.
j Mrs. nettle Bennett and children the state along parents S
Alu he
Kilpatrlck of Troy, and that If
R. F. Demorest. Miss Madge Miss Ruby I the people, break .. -
: Mrs. Lois Adkins astssted Inserving. them this time, and were shopping In Starke Sat- ests at heart to Alvarez Sunday.! .-- --
4)) Mlddleton. Miss Ethel Griffin, Miss and Miss would keep to bring urday. litical ring and relieve Messrs. Frank end Russel Nor- business visitors in Gainesville
all in his power
.: Mabel Weller and Miss Harriet The hostess' gown was an after- would back to the people of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Bennett and from the rule of the and W. F. Burton attended Thursday afternoon.
Rltch. frock of tan all over lace state of Florida.. little daughter, of Washington, D. master, parasite and at Corinth Sunday.

SEVENTH e noon fashioned on long Uses. ;MIss Griffin the 3., is visiting her parents, Mr. and And" be added "If you bits W. F. Burton returned
CELEBRATES dainty model of blue, Mrs. E. E. Burney.INTERESTING have I'll do what I say, Sunday after spending a
i BIRTHDAY I wore a S some friend at with friends in this com
; : chiffon with accessoriesto ;: '
and pink ;

? Little Sara Barefoot was hostess\ match. STATE ITEMS people" there know I'll Mrs..F. M. Norman and Mrs. A. 8 QuartStock
Mrs.. T. T, say. ,
friends present' were -
of her little Those
to a He concluded by Edwards were the dinner guests
afternoon from 4 to 5:30: Long. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. Fort Pierce _Tomato canning '
n Saturday political situation, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sapp Sunday.
of her parents, C. hUtch, Mrs. B. H. Lovell. :Mrs. operations started here.
at the home I H.
o'clock, Mr. L. C.
facts which lead him Mrs. W. F. Burton, Potin
Mr..and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, the D. A. Montieth. Mrs. R. J. Davis, J. C. Haley of Roanoke, Va, purchased ing I' Alvarez and
J. C.
will be elected. Mrs.
? that he .
J. A. Saul, pp
occasion being her seventh birth- Mrs. C. A. Knight,. Mrs. 40acre J. L. Dillard grove
)._ anniversary., Mrs. H. V. Knight Mr. F. F. on Lake Crescent.-Winter Garden "I am the leading Lu-edla Alvarez, wereAnnouncements enamel for

Easter lilies\ and pink poppies Stump. Mrs. E H. Smith, Mrs. W. Journal the race and base this the I I ivory
J. C. Robinson reaching me during
and, other flowers were used to M Walnwrlght. Mrs. Mayo-Shiver's Grape recently Hardee
weeks of
decorate the home. The little hos- Mrs.: J. E. Wilson, Mrs. La-. paved driveway to their gasoline Florida 100
and south
tral I
,' 4 teas wore a green organdie dress mini Murden Mrs. L. D. Vlnln,, tanks with Umerock.'
and Martin strength
: made colonial style and was as- Mrs. T. B. Masale, Mrs.. N. Stern- .Miami; Unemployment com- me OCTAGON.COUPONS..
slated in entertaining her guests by berg, Mrs. O. L. Haynes. Mrs- J. J. mttAee of Dade county authorized Florida dissipating .

her little sister, Juanlta Barefoot Canova Mrs. L. Wymnn. Mis. It. expenditure of $5,722 for clearing Ing to me. I'did not I am taking this means to 10muit

and Mary Belle Howard. W. Martin, Mrs. J. L. Frazee :Mrs. NEWEST PHOTO OK an .; Mrs. T. J. Ald afcout this because I haven't a lot of before the people of Bradford
F The dining room, was effectively N. D. Wainwright, CHIEF EXECUTIVE: Here schools in and city. OCTAGONPOWDER
Mrs. spend but with the bue because I think at
decorated In a color scheme of pink erman. Mrs. Edward Burns, Is the most recant portrait taken Brooksvllle Definite plans for County

and green and the large birthday R. F. Demorest.,. Mrs. J. C. Hoover, r>( President Herbert Hoover, as modern baseball park for this city beat the ex-Governors such a time aa the present It

: day cake with Its decorations of Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. II. B. his tour-year term ef office is completed by local American Legion have waited for a man Is Justifiable. I have never
c close. The presi sufficient strength to and do not mean
pink and formed a center- McLendon Mrs. Hamilton Ritch drawing to a Post I advertised
Mrs dent' vigorous regime of exercise and are concentrating on advertisement::: It
Jr aa an
piece for the dining table. Refreshments Mrs. N. D. Wainwright achrach.F' Gotha-C. L. Catherman of Constantine -
beneficial. (C)
seems said. announcementthat
Jacksonville, Durrance is merely an
of Ice cream and cake Eugene Griffin of Mich., purchased 39-acre
and Mrs. D. C. ? 3:1 lie left with each who I think necessary at this
p ) was served by the little hostess Mrs. J. C. Adkins .. ". grove half-mile west of here.
mother, 1>lr". P. M. Barefoot and Jones of Gainesville,. Miss Madge Orlando-Work for resurfacing a copy of the definite time.
Griffin, :Miss which he proposes. It Owing to the fact that
the favors were pink and green Mlddleton. Miss Ethel Orlando-Winter Garden road to be-

loflypops.At Mabel 'Weller Miss Harriet Ritch L4, gin about June 1. promise of the prices of everything are low

About forty little friends enjoyed :and Mills Eunice Perkins. Brookaville-Frank H. Snow took only definite program er than they have ever been

,r thla. affair and rainy lovely gifts p over General Electric refrigerator the 'Voters by any I before, I have decided to reduce

were received as mementoe. of LEIgThIOMASMr. : 'agency for local territory. pointed out. Chief ; my fees to a level within

the occasion Pervla Lewis of Jacksonville Starke-Starke Dry Cleaners' percent reduction in j I the reach of everyone. The
e 1 and Miss neither Thoraaa of plant moved to building adjoining cutting $9,000,000 off I following are a few examples -

WOMAN'S: CLUB MEETS 'Lake Butler were quietly married Carols Cafe. budget and limiting It : Get your Premium

I'Sunday morning at 9 o'clock at the Palmetto-eUy Limit Garage 000 which would mean .

__ The Woman's Club of Starke home of the bride. moved to building next to Whittington' tag prices in half, Plates-lS.oQ at our store. We are

r held Its regular meeting Wednesday Mr. Lewis Is the son of Mr. and Service: Station on South cents from the gas tax 'Bridgework $6.00Per

afternoon at the club house.In Mrs. J. W. Lewis of Brooker and I etnon Avenue. ad valorem except the local Octagon

v 4 2 absence of the president, the ,Miss Thomas was the daughter of Miami Beaca-f-J. L. Berry and schools: ; saving of 40 tooth.

/ ,,,i vice-president.' Mrs. W.. E. Middle-'I Mr. and Mrs., George Thomas Lewis of Sen. Inc., received contract for $1 now paid in real I Ordinary Extraction Premium Agent.
Lake Butler. Mr. and Mrs. and better banking
: ton. presided.The 1 I roofing Flamingo park bandshelUBrooksvllle
,i ( regular routine of business left Sunday afternoon for Jacksonville : Forrest N. Gray he would discuss means i $1JOO.

was transacted. Mrs. O. M. Inman where they will make their purchased Oak Service Station pUshing these alma : Bradford County

: gave the report on the Trt- home. They have many friends ROCKEFELLERDEFENDS from from J. W. :MillerJr. about the state. The : Co.
__ County Federation held in LakeButler who wish them much happiness.The SHORT SELL- Bartow Bethea Radio Store not his alone aa he has I Dr. R. Vie Farmers Supply

: Mondiyaad annual reports S IN Q testify before took over local agency for R C. A. and studied with some I Starke, Florida
from chilnnrn of different depart- Sunbeam Band of the Baptist : Waiting to Radios. taxation minds of the
the home Senate Bankin and Currency
will meet at ;
miet v '''41 jri"en The me-isafe church Committee In Washington, D. c.. Palmetto-Poatofflce department the last two year to Over Corpenlnx Prat Store

_; t 4 to the Club women from the new of :Mrs. C. J. Powell next members Monday art Percy D. Rockefeller said tint U advertising for bids for new post financial program to I I STARKE. FLORIDA -

federation president Mrs. Meade ,afternoon at 3:30.: All wooU defend then IclW1&o office lease. disaster to Florida, he ,

c. -Love wa road out of the Club urged\ to be present.


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been visiting relatives there. DUKES FERRY BRIDGE LONG BRIDGE "
'I ---- ON PURCHASE 2402 Democrats have registered \

Bits of LOOK-With each $3.00 order The board of bond trustees cf There will be a basket picnic and OF 1932 LICENSE on the county registration books ,
Friday and Saturday 5 pounds Bradford county, Florida met May2nd political speaking at Long Bridgeon and 84 Republicans, as shown by
Sugar !Sea; Butter 20c pound. Saul's In regular session with the following state road No. 28 on Thursday,, I the records: In the office of Super-
5 Store. U I members present: E. S. May 19th. This picnic is being visor Wall. Over 000 new name 'r\
MrLJn 10,030 Fewer Can ,.
Matthews., chairman; O. Haynes, sponsored by the Long Bridge Reports were added to the registration i
NCB Track Lm'
local and 0,701
I! Mr. and Mrs. Roy' Edwards and H. P. Galney, W. E. Torode. Minutes Christian church and those who Than Ion books this year, making the present :
daughter, Miss Lucille spent! Friday of the last meeting wore read are unable to take a basket to this list probably the largest since ;
In Jacksonville. They were accompanied and approved. picnic will be able to obtain a good Union county was carved out of .
2 Concerning Our People JBusinei and home by Mrs. Edwards'Mr. The board received a letter from I fish sandwich dinner at reasonable Florida, motorists are holdingout ; Bradford. However, while this Is )

Progress of the County and Town. Union county: board relatives to price. Drinks will also be served on the Ug department. It the largest registration list It .Is :Li:J JI
Q! and Mrs. Avery Powell, Mrs construction of bridge across New ,: and the profit from lunches and figures compiled by the state motor alto! true that the smallest number ', )

__ Avery Powell, Jr., and Miss Viola River at Dukes Ferry. A committee '';drinks to be used for the benefit of vehicle commissioner reveal I have qualified to this date by payIng ;!:,,,I I 1
of Messrs. Torode and the church. anything, then there are 16.039 their taxes, 609 the ,1 1
r,; S?c7sisy C7r7>: aSZ52545'u tSZ525252S25L51VN.ATHER Yenawlne of Jacksonville, were visitors Haynes poll being ;
REPORT I to Starke Saturday. Gftlney were appointed to meet All candidates from Bradfordand fewer passenger automobiles) In the total paid. to May 12th. This \It\ f r :
Get the price at Stump's I: with the Union county board at Union counties are expectedto state than there were a year ago. docs not Include those voters not j:

8aII0. -_.- by-Starke Branch, U Mrs." George Flynn and children, Lake Butler May 5th. At that be present, as well as candidates Up to April IS, 1031, license subject to poll tax. ; r
----- George Jr., and Betty Ann, and time to fully discuss same with for governor. The arrangements tags had been Issued for 220078 The registration list by precincts
service '
Onyx Chiffon< er Mrs. Willie Turner and daughter, that board.It I for speaking will bo In charge of a passengers automobiles' and 41,808 Is as follows: ;] "', e
toss( on solo. for BOo at ending May 10, 1932. Martha Lou spent Sunday In Pa- was reported that the New 'committee of the church. trucks. On the same date this Precinct 1, Lawety-Democrats, .t ">
Mtx. Mtn. Prcclp
gale- ,, 4 82 55 :- latka with Mrs. Turner's mother, Hope bridge across Santa Fe river'I Come out and: hear the candidates year Mr. McLin's department had 423; Republicans, 6. 11 I t
Mrs. J. J. Brown. was In dangerous condition. Mr. make their cl.tim for the of- collected for 212,828 passenger Precinct 2, N. StarkeDemoi I
Mr Rudolph Weaver spent 0 84 54 Gainey was authorized to make .(ice and enjoy a day on old New cars and 32,107 trucks.In crats, 731; Republicans, 49. 'I'! '
day ia Crystal River with his 7 8 86 85 B7 59 Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson had some Investigation of same and River. some counties the decreaseIn Precinct 3. S. StarkeDemo"I( '

er who Is ilL_ 8 92 68 -- as their guests Sunday, Mr. and take the matter up with board of trucks amounted to over 100 crate, 540; Republicans, 6. \
Alachua RELEASED UNDER BOND nor cent Citrus county last year Precinct 4 Graham Democrats
Mrs. R. L. Epperson and family county \
of 9 04 65 ly' ,
Mr. M. F. Hayes and Mr. W. J. Epperson, Jr., of The board adjourned to the next --- had 209 trucks licensed by April 85.
Is spending this week In 10 93 67 Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. G. regular meeting.. C. N. Christy was released under 15, whle on the same date tills Precinct 5, Hampton-Demo- '':.
with relatives. rain fall during. week. A. Anderson of Lawtey. bond of $1,000 late Saturday after- year there were but 101 licensed I crate 189; Republicans! 23. \''I

Bird flaw Sale--6-room house and four CITY COUNCIL IN SESSION noon, following his arrest on a war- Columbia county dropped from Precinct 6, Thereasa-Democrats ): ,
all rant sworn out by his father-in- 200 last year to 136 this year; '
Work Shirts 25o 60; Republicans, 1.
Men's Stump'sBig w
of land, less if not wanted 't
.unuiM-r' shades, 79o at Terms be ; I Sain. The city council of the city of law, S. R. Johns, charging assault Holmes county dropped from 142 Precinct 7, New River-Demo- t. t I
Big Sole. growing.. James Lamb.2t.can ar. Starke met :May 3r4'Jo regular. session with Intent to murder. Johns received to 04; Taylor county decreased crate 85.Precinct. ::i '

Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Mrs.' with the following members numerous body Injuries In from 103 to 91. Wakulta county's 8, Brooker-Democrat*, II
lira 1-1. C. Rltch and Miss: George ''Anderson spent Friday in present: C. F. Hoover chairman; the tight at Christy's home In the decrease was from 77 to 42. Leon 278. '
Hazel Middleton of the P.
jtiddlcton were visitors In I J. F. Colley, W. L. Wall, N. Stern- north end of town Saturday noon, county dropped from 418 to 251. -*- r !n\ t
C., In Tallahassee, spent the Berlin, Go. They were accom- .
ville fhursday.! with her ptrents. Dr. panied home by Mrs. Epperson'sbrother berg. Minutes of tie last meetingwere the trouble starting, It is said, Gulf county was the only countyIn 4-H CLU11S OF COUNTY '1 'j'
read and approved.A when Christy resented some derogatory the state to show an IncreaseIn .l 'Y
B. M.
I Mrs. W E. Middleton. Mr. Knight TO IIOIJ ANNUAL PICNIC
Mr. nsd Mrs. E. S. Matthews will spend a while here. letter was received from the remtrks made by Johns. the number of trucks license i .
tended the Rose Show In : board of bond trustees requesting Figures from that county, 1931. I The date for the annual -\ '' '

tiDe Ga., today ._ I the prices at Stump's. Big Mrs. Alverna Dean, who has building permits to carry provision MINUTES OF SCHOOL BOARD were 15, and this year the total I Club picnic for the county tfki ; '

I spent the past winter here with her for separate water connections.I "';- was 37, been set for the fourth Saturday, 'y''
all W. L Dongl-M $ bl1'Slne"s.I I Board met regular session Five counties
out increase
Cloning! for each house or place of reported an -
son-in-law and daughter Dr. and May 28th, at Hampton Beach, The t "
D. P. and Mrs.
|1 and $8 Shoe for $4.95: at Long returned Carpenter Sunday from Mrs. George H. Lowry, left Mon The council took :so:; action in this :May 2nd, 1932 with all members in the number of passonirersnra : Pines Thin la a joint plcnlo of all 'hfi .. r
S-le as the superintendent is the plumbing present. Minutes of last meetingread licensed. These were as follows "
bwg's Ga., where they visited day for New York, where she will the boys' and girls' clubs and their :1;
and his authorltv tohxvo and approved. .
visit her son. Inspector parents and friends. f' j 1-''
Canova and mother Mrs. W. T.Jackson.
Resignation of J. F. Klckllter as Glades jumped from 383 to "
Mrs. J. J. water connections properly 449; A splendid program has been ,
Canova motored to installed. trustee of Starke school received Leon, 2.300 to 2,452, ; Seminole, m" 4boys (l
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wall and carefully worked out to give the
and Mrs. 'W. F. Jones at-
Monday morning. Routine bills were ordered paid. and accepted' and J. C. Robinson 2.080 to 3,180; Sumter 830 to 097; '
Mr. and Mrs. Junlua Smith spent : and girls something Interesting :, r
the District Conference
The council adjourned to the appointed to fill vacancy. and Wakulla, 240 to 304. .
week-end In with Mrs.Wall's minute of the day I
the Tampa every
convened at the Riverside I. __ t., ,
L. C. of Resolution CBOYS' I
Mr. and: Mrs. Ray parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. next regular meeting. adopted approving They will assemble at 9:30: ( In the a
in Jacksonville I 'r :1l
of Thursday. 4-II CLUBS TO HOLD :
the guests authorizing, directing and confirming .
salon, were and remain until four In '
P. Dutton. Mrs. Wall and Mrs. morning ,, .'! i:
to Starke Tuesday. wide Broadcloth and Prints Smith remained over until Tues CITY BOND TRUSTEES MEET election held in Hampton Spe REGULAR MEETINGS the afternoon, with a fuU day of 'I;, l''
cial Tax District No. 2 Bradford ,
day swimming, games, songs, stunts
Don't forget-9:45: p. m. Big Sale. The board of bond. trustees of county. The regular monthly meetings of, etc. At 11 o'clock the hour will: "j'\\ j. '
night at 8ternbergs- the city of Starke Florida met County employees received pay the boys' 4-H Clubs will be held as :
day Mrs. William Morris'> returned be given over to Inspirational talks i :'a' \\I..r!!
and Mrs. W. B. Winder-
I ticket May 2nd, In rcgulir session with ment on amount due as salary. follows: firooker, second Friday X11 '
4-H club work state I
your of Jacksonville Tuesday from a very pleasant trip on by visiting : > {:
were guests till members present. Minutes of No further business board adjourned night; Lawtey, second Saturday' I ''
leaders which all will
after .
to Tampa, Sarasota, Bradentonand enjoy; ,'f
of Mr. and Mrs. P. :M. Bare- 'f
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Lovell Arcadia. While In Sarasota the last ,meeting were read and ap I to meet first Monday in ffornoon; and Hampton, second a spread dinner 'Y (I;
and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Green. '
Mlle Ethrl Griffin motored proved. June. Tuesday afternoon. club and their > ''f''itt'
she visited the Rlngllng Art exhibition Every boy girt, .
Gainesville Friday. The clerk was Instructed to A. J. Griffts, Secy. These clubs recently put on motion I 'I, ,
parents, and other friends of the '
and Lido Beach, also stopped \ )' :
and Mrs. F. A. Canova and council I d
write the city requestlnrthat picture shows In
then communities 4-H club work are Invited to be f .
over at Ruskin for a very pleasantvisit jf
The latest daughter, Mary Ann of Bush- building permits Issued carry NOTICE to raise for their .
Coming with Mrs. Evans Jones. money present and enjoy the day together I. 1 t ,jI'';{
the of Mr.
musical comedy, "Oh, guests Sunday provision that each building: store 4-11 camp and were very success Y'i (
Woman's Club, May 20. mother, Mrs. E. E. Ca- H. room, etc., be provided with a sep The Rex Jewelry Co., will close ful. They are now planning for ,1\\ ,J;
Dr. and Mrs. George Lowry I r
will leave arate water connection. for the summer, June 1st. All per their programs at the annual 4-H Inverness--Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. .,,: ',' 't.,'. 1
and Margaret, ,
Mrs. H. S. Carroll of daughter Colorado It also ordered that the electric. sons having repairs in our store I club picnic at Hampton Coach on Hood rented room and warehouse ( 1 f:
Beach, pent the week-end with -"Oh, Doctor! May 20, Saturday for Denver will,attend the lans be notified to arrange for connection please! call and get same. All goodsnd fourth Saturday, end are expecting: in rear of Williams building, North ,x' I';' \\I

mother Mrs. F. II. Long.. Club building. Plenty of: where Dr. Lowry with houses, before wiring -. fixtures, Iron safe, show cases, to have. everyone) of their members Apupki Avenuo, and will open dry I, \,:
-' .- -.- --- and laughter. Snappy music, General Assembly of the Presby-and Is completed, that the necessary light fixtures wall cases, watches, I present. cleaning_establishment a+I t ; 8i;i1.\.j\.
choruses attractive cos- terian Church. Mrs. Lowry clocks, glassware novel-
Mrs. W. E Middleton and arrangements cm: be made) for said Jewerly, -- '
lladr :leton spent Sunday Margaret will spend relatives.the summerIn connection. itlell and notions will be sold at and PHONE Steam Pressing Co.du1Tn : 'tt

Jacksonville with relatives. Colorado visiting Regular routine bills were order below wholesale cost. Sale nowgoing DRY CLEANERS CLEANER ARBSIIAl'KD. ,
Drome, ladles> and 52
ed paid. di df
:: 49o Stump's Big Sale. Mlss Mary Keown, district home I The regular monthly statement on.REX JEWELRY CO., LINEN SUITS"' 50o
made to _.
Get "- rrxt: unit o1'< .. .. ,
I ., Sternbcrg's. Prices from $ .... demonstration agent, of Tallahassee was ordered filed ,with. the city S. G. Lewis, :Manager, -
: and Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mist: spent several days In the council. .- ---..-
end Miss Lolselle this week with Miss Pearl I POLITICAL> MEETING f
Mrs. r>' C. Jones of Sternberg county The board took up.complaints a w
Vent The day with her motored to Gainesville Jordan home demonstration agent, to blllN! l' ie Ice and undo the I HELD AT TIIERESSA
1 evening to attend the In the Interest of home demonstration disposition of same. I I I II
Xr.! and Mrs. A. M. Darby. proper
work. lUo boarU adjourned t.o.thlt. next I The first political meeting held !
regular meeting. I I( Tuesday night at Theressa was
lOss Martha Brownlee, Miss
Long aMiss: Lula Redgrave and Mrs. W. A. Stern and Mrs. G. M. Inman, Mrs.' W. E -' well attended by candidates and TIP TOP
tored to Gainesville Tuesday.A of'u Louise, will attend the Middleton, Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. Largo -:. Macaulay/ Fertilizer Co. voters. The second meeting was
Review at the Temple W. B. Parks, :Mrs. T. J. Griffin, of St. Petersburg, opened wholesale held lost night at Graham, while
In Jacksonville tonight: Miss Pearl Jordan and, Miss Mabel : and retail business at 150 and the third of the series will be held
$t rv M tlrket and $1 ( .) Weller attended the meeting> of the 161 Railroad avenue.CFNT at New River next Tuesday. The
ef l order work given away, Trl-County Federation cf) Women'sClubs full schedule of political meetings jk ,

Saturday nIght at Steinberg's. P. F. Mature: and little In Lake DuUer Monday Is carried! on page three above the

.. i bter, Sue, of Orlando arrived dummy ballot. _
Ko '" box
>w only SOc a
Stwnbcrg's.Krs. ard are spending this week LAST RITES FORMRS A CAitD : I
her parents.. Mr. and Mrs.' A. TIIELMA. JOHNS i I _

Griffin of 1 'I GROCERYLocation
Eugene: We desire to express our lncere
ville r ied Thursday after Funeral services for Mrs. Thelma thanks for the many acts of kindness -
visit heir: with Mrs. O. J. Griffin and Mri: S. S. DowHnjr at- Newsom Johns, 33, who passed 1 ''H'I-;?"!"' shown: ui following the deathof
the :Methodist District Con- way at the Eartow Hospital at FOR SALE--Household furniture, our wife and mother, ,
Get the prices at Stump's which was held at the :3 I o'clock Tuesday morning. May next to Bradford House. Mri' R. C. Cone and Family.I
Salo. '.'''e Church la Jacksonville I Ira, after a brief Illness, were held Wynn. ft'e'ult :.. I I.A.r

\t the First Baptist o'clock church Wednesday In- IALE-Seven! pigs at $2.00 "''iiIl!:.! '..'Ja''_< : ._. '-. I Between Hank and fast off ice '
at 1:30
Kodrlt Films Developed Hampton : e- -- ---- -
printed Thi Starko Kodak Suits, 93o and up at Rev. H. L. Cbapln, officiatingMrs. 1000. Mike Marcua, Starke,

Over! Corpcnlngs Drug Store. '. Big Sale. Johns was a former reiident Fli. It'
PREPARE FOR Delmonte Coffee f Ib. 29c
M ->f Starke, but at the time of her' D'eloped; - -

K"V. a=d St. Clair Moseley. death! was living In Ft. Meade. KODAK FILMS and -- -_. _- ..-.-----.-_ -'-'--
Mrs W J. Epperson, Mrs. Emmalyne PrIngle, Evelyn She was a devoted member of the printed. The Starke Kodak
Anderson and Mr. B. M. Mildred Hill and Luree "-T-tlst church there. Her kind Shop, over Corpenlngs Drug 1932 Delmonte Sugar Peas, No. 2 can ____.._ 17 l-2c 4 Lii' **. ,''jfli

were visitors In Gainesville were visiting' at the state and quiet manner won for hermany Store. 5-6-2t 1 1.4

tIty: Sunday afternoon. friends whereever she FOR SALE-At bargain;-playerpiano. Irish Potatoes SUGAR 1 t
will be '
chanced to be, and she Terms. T. T. McDonald, Burpee Home Can L
Mr. F. A. Hollahan and Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Robinson of greatly missed by all Besidesher
D. Waclgworth of Wildwood Shores, enroute to Wash husband! Rule B. Johns, she Is 1-4 mile highway.north Starke, Jacksonville It- Sealer l 10 Ibs. r -17c 5Ibs.------20c '

CUesta of Mr. Ray Colley and Ohio, spent Sunday !survived by two sons, M. V., andB.
411 9. their "on-in.law and daugh- B. Johns of Ft. Meade! : three FOR SALE-Family! size Ice box has advantages over glass, +

and Mrs. A. H. Harley, Jr. sisters, Mrs.,Alta Gregory of Jacksonville in good condition, cheap. Mrs endorsed by government; Jersey'Lily ; .w

Beautiful Wash Dresses for Mrs. Ruth Bedenbaugh, of Wllllim Norris, 403 ,S. Walnut each Can three'times.Na Cheese lb. 15c
IDa at Silk Dresses, $2.95 at Scarboroughof uses ,
Sternberg Sale. Himpton, Mrs. Lucy street, Starke. "va e .54i312L': BUTTER
Big Sale Finley Texas; five brothers, R. ,complfcated. parts' no
LOOK-With each $3.00 I Newsom and Perry Newsom of y'RYEILS-Six; :: weeks( old, "2 c lostitfitAton{ +Scala No.2 1 Qt. Apple flutter 15c a

"toyna: Saturday S J. F. Kickiiter. Buster Klck- Starke S. R.i Newsom of Jacksonville each; 6 for $1.10; 12 for $2.oirBuy )(, *>'jfcfcW5<"VAn xact, Pound .. 22c !
loser 5 Be; Butter ZOo pound. Glen Wood Katie and Vic C. IL and W. H. Newsom of now .and,'fattenyour ywdWoods or 3 cans, with a seal Tomatoes, 2 cans 15c +; "'t i}
Fugate'motored to Jackson- St. PetersburgThe Poultry Farto,, Starke. itS ly like the canned goods

Sunday and spent the day. pallbearers were: Messrs. J. WEE T POTATO DRAWSPer -;. bought. Macaroni, .1 pkffs. 15c True Love Best i
Irr, and Mrs. Fred Sapp relatives. J. B. Prevatt, Francis:
H Saxton. thousand, $12S, from genuine -
fighter, Lorraine of Miami, Haddock H. V. Saxton. C. W. Mc- Porto Rico Seed. C. A. Durl- Economy and Ease Peanut liultcr, Ib. lOc EOUR24bs55c at
Nests of Mr. J. F. -With each $3.00 order
and Mrs. and N. D. Wa nwrlght. Interment n'1.224t'
ley, and Saturday 5 pound Crory was made In the finally log, Hampton, ... .. Also serves aa can opener, Qt. Mustard 15c !

5c'; Butter 20o pound. Saul's ht at Hampton cemetery. Funeral FOR SALE!-C-room house and seal up to 1200 cans a day, : .- !
"J* Robert Tanner and were la charge of four acres of land, less If not i
Ions, 4 .. -ldwin. spent the -- rrrangeraents.urns-Howard, 'Jacksonville mor- wcnted; crop growing. Terms yet just fastens to handy n1il k{ 't cans 25cCoffee21k25c '

|end with her mother, Mrs. George B. Flynn and chll-Ann ticians. can be arranged. James Lamb table ready for a little or __ ___ LARD 1 ,'

nmellI Mrs Georjre., Willie: Jr.Turner end Betty end little 862t.WANTED. big job. Cans and fruit jarsIn :

ChUrlre -3 Bloomers 100 Martha Lon, are spend TO TIlE VOTERS OFBRADFORD COUNTY : Repi-eientatlve In stock. (See our window 2 pounds. ---- 15et '

I 8Ir &Io. this week in Jacksonville vis- Starke and Bradford county display.) _____ ._ 3 pounds .. 20c f
relatives. Investigate this. Write for details 1 -
Mrs c S. Matthews. Mrs. H. Owing to the duties of the officeof next ten day. Box: 67, Large Best Grade

1CLrl1f1'n and Miss Lola P. E. Canova. Miss Bunnie county Judge that demands my Waldo Fla. B-6-2t Rubber Garden Hose i Pineapple can lOc p

-ut spend the week-end in and Mr. Paul Canova will attention dally, and sickness In my house amt;l Bacon 1& 7c
forma 'uH 'l'ltAllI-6-room!:
It will be Impossible
wee. Sunday ta Ocala. Mrs family, 1
and little son, who is vislt- to visit every section'of the lot, 3 blocks from business sec Matches k g. 5c
Mr.\{ ia Owing to the above conditions I two to five acres BRADFORDHARDWARE .. --
nirday: for Live Oak where them.
mile from Starke or Lawtey
Loveu will have to depend upon seeing
the"umtner.his accepted a position W. E. Middleton Mrs. T. J. you at the political meetings, W. H. Noegel!, Route 2, Starke. !Hams! or Smoked! Bacon lb. lOc

: Mrs. A. Wood, Mrs. F. H. scheduled to be held In each pre- 5-6-3t. CO.Branch : !!! ,
attend- cinct. '
Mre A. z. and Mrs. W. F Jones l
Ax.klns. Mrs. E. > LOST-Twoyeirllrigs, unmarked 1
John'tile a t Mrs. T. B. Massie : roan meeting of the Society Metho- GEO.Respectfully A..GARDINER. one mile color dark brindle on ( of BaIrd IIilw., Co.Oulneovllle. .' GRITS or MEAL Whole' Blue Rose k '

1.t Weta.day of Mrs. J. Woman's Missionary side, half butt-headed; female .)

Long .: CKson 'Ue church la Jacksonville padAdv.Typewriter, ribbons C County- and Judge.carbonp light Information red. year old.leading$3.00 to rewardfor recov- Starke, Florida I 101k 1 -17c I Rice, 5 lbse -15c ,

'rYJ :*r itl one and ------ the (ItI ery. II. Jt. Howard, Brooker. 5- ...
>.t tor sale at Telegraph '
\\IIl at >>er '
,, ale at Lh. Telegraph yd. ffttovf Homespun, -V I fice. 6.31' ..._ ..:.... .: ;. ,> '._ .,,;, ; :
:[Stump's Big Sale

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... ., .+;le'wn".1.: w t"1.I! \ Jl7.'i,.; -1'.1/1""'"'rya"e'rc--' j .. .t ...n.. :' ,
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corsrrr rsTJEGSAns.' :STAKES.: : r".onm.t FUIPAY MAY 13. I Z

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Escambia County Po I lcd Announcements and support courteous will manner.be appreciated Tour rand <.*

And the Worst is Yet to Come- FOR STATE SK'VATOMIn LOU13. H. 1 tILL I
Wins Tom
FARM NEWS SECTION 4-11 Boy rxaponii* to the eucfteitlon of I hereby announce myself ..
many friend, and believing; that 1 dldat for the office of ,
Ass. .
Yon Scholarship t ..rvl". to the .r .r
ran be of valuable Taxes. of Bradford County ;
people of enatorlat dUtrlct.ootnpoe4 : to the wishes of the lo2eJ.T
ohl'Un tordcounties.
e :: B
AI" /- and r' pressed In the coming D r.tV
Conducted By I Kenneth Brown, Escambia Coun- I hereby. announce myself primary. If elected I ;i, LSthe *
.t..t. senator 1
.. a candidate RJ-imnS1
favor. Information,
ty (-It club boy has Just been an object to the will of the Democratic datlon and courtesies that J

Y L T DYER. County Agent nounced winner of the annual! Tom I voter at the I primary In favor election of and on given through that office.vii can.1*
June 7. 1681. am
Ton scholarship given to the moot I will work for tax reduotlon and In predate your serious eoBslderatlas'vote .
Demonstration Agenttit and assistance.
:: MISS PEARL JORDAN. Home lathe of the or run.
outstanding boy in leadership I'jPptE'I a redurtlon expense N. D. WAINWRIQHTI
I aliofavor
nine the rovernment;
A 3rd CongresnlonM District according I I40tDTHI ; and will work for the hereby ; ;

FOODS nAVE IMPORTANT! WINNER OF t-II TRIP to R. W. Blacklock state I Fog 'SAWS,.1 strengthening law. to protect of depositors the. tate banking and to dldat for re-election.nnm..elf to tbe otrlre..i

,( p EFFECT ON GROWTH AND IS REAL LEADER. IN boy!.' club agent.. N EACH. make their liability to loin much Tax Assessor. During the au.-thrsl
that I have been
the 4-H club in I will ever be alert years your
PALM BEACH Kenneth Joined more '
tried hard
INDUSTRY OF I have to give to the
aide of pus.
the right any
for and
c on
and since has completed IS lie all that could be
: '" -- 1923 other measure which I believe to expected 01 ..,
,: Johnson.) It was real leadership that I|projects, making an average profitof 7j1 he for the beat Interests of the pen- aa assessor, and In asking for T*.
'4 (By Spuds pie and the protection of their rights' election I promise you this, that If 1
'"That tired feeling" is more or: caused Herbert Fritz, Palm Beach I $60 each year. For the last and property. Your vote and support am elected again I will continue

.>>.. UM common to all of us occasion county 411 club boy, to l>e selectedas I four years be has been a project \ xrlll" be highly appreciated and BO Impartially.. ve you honestly. I will appreciate fearlessly, aaj
t' 'I If I elected your confidence In year
') ally and particularly in the spring one of the four to represent leader, in charge of certain projectsIn ma will am never be violated. vote at the coming primary and reral ...
_ 4-H Club He has been elections. Respectfully,
the old< Florida at the National his community. Respectfully
+c; ; When I wa a younster I M. D. E. W. UATEt
: Walnut Hill club Lake Butler. Flu. J M. MANN. ).
(;j ; folks used to call It "born laziness'vrfccn. Camp In Washington, D. C., earlyin president of the I f -

1 ., A they applied the rod to Induce June, according to R. W. Black- for the last two years and Is nowa To the Democratic Votnr of the FOIL SIIBMiriTTo
t I the Democratic voter of Israd.ford .
Club Fifteenth Senatorial Iklntrlct;
lock state boys' 4-H club agent. member of county 4-H ::
.> me to work a little faster or Many of the voter, both Bradfordand CountytI
a' Uttle more steadily. Now how I Herbert I. the moving spirit of Council.He Union counties. which comprisethe hereby announce my candidacy,
I Is I Lake Worth Club, County Is now a junior in the Wal- above senatorial .t otse'urged for sheriff of this county subject to
trouble the ;
: over, It seems that me, prior to the death of the action of the voter at tha com.Ing .
not thorn laziness" and that it can I Agent M. U. Mounts. reported. nut Hill High School, and expects: John. to enter the race for the Democratic primary election

other means thai This was the first club in Florida to enter the College of Agricultureof I Democratic nomination a* senator I promising: If elected a faithful hon.:
remedied by
'k' be In the coming primary election to eat and efficient performance of the
3, '1 the hickory switch. to be chartered as a standard 4-H the University of Florida as soon %4 1. be held In Ju.... l 38. 1 now take duties of said office. Tour vote and

I In fact nowadays I It Is knowi club, and the first to qualify for a as he has finished. this method of making my formal support la resnectfully solicited
1 ? for this Important
)4 that a proper diet will do a lot toward gold seaL As president of the club, This is the third annual scholarship .t ; : office.announcement I ak each and II-ry voter

' ) a. constant tired Herbert says ha has "learned much of $100 given by Congressman to carefully consider mx candidacy: : I hereby announce all candidate.
; : .i preventing I If I am the nominee I Pledge elTI- for sheriff of Bradford County Florida
I foellng. I have recently seen BOOK about conducting orderly meetings Tom Yon. The first! one was won ulent service to the peopl and respectfully solicIt and will;

M where school chll and has enjoyed visiting the boys hy Fred Barber, Eacambia county, Respectfully. Appreciate! :your support nt the June
J '! demonstration I I the College : I l( ( Lake Butler. Fla. HAL, Y. MAINES Primary W J. KPPBRSON.I .
dren who had not been drlnklnf and helping with their projects. who is now a Junior at. JlIJIItIJIItj(( ; -

4. .. milk and had not been getting the i I The first Crotalarla successfully' of Agriculture. Last the : 1 At the solicitation of many friend hereby announce my candidacy
I have decided to become a candidate for Bherlff of Bradford county. tub.
kinds of foods In enough va grown on the much soil of the I scholarship' was awarded to 16th nitna-.
% _ right 1 Arllng.1 for State Senator fact to action of the voters at tht
In their diets were induced to< county were grown on Herbert's ton Henley. Walton county, torlal district comprising Bradford primary June 7th. I have been i
4 rlety i .and Union rountle If elected I of the county all life an4
In Both cltlcen my
he used freshman college. L
The next is
x !, drink milk and were given mon garden plot. year now a prom I... faithful and coneclentlou' have never asked for an office at .tin
and fruits, etc., in their diet no fertiliser: and the neighbors ,Are are practically working their service and respectfully. ollclt the hands of the voter If elected I

I', _: In greens the language of the stock yard, agreed( with him that the vegetables way through college. Arlington is support the June of Primary.W.all Democratic. voters at promise efficient the law cltlsena enforcement of the without county

they have come from, little runty grew as well as In previous working with livestock at the Experiment E. MIDDLETON. showing partiality. Your support

sallow looking crltters when commercial fertilizerwas Station and Fred with and vote will be appreciated
1 scrawny, pale years 11 FOIl ItF.PIt..ltFJNT"TU'DI OSCAR ANDREPM :
to plump. round bright looking used. Herbert takes pride in farm crops.APIIIOS respectfully announce my can

-_ _ and have made remarkable telling how be: convinced his father dldacy. for Rtnrenentatlve. of Brad. KM HER SCHOOL. BOAII1I-Dint. I
youngsters! -------- -- -- ------ will of
-- --- '"rd-CountT to the method of
ON TOMATOES: -- -- ------ -- ---- subject I take thla announcing
gain In weight. that he could raise onions profit. the Democratic voter of the comm my candidacy for member of vchoulboard l
:..L Wben 1 was a kid I bad i a ably on land that most people BEST CONTROLLED BY ''S 1WRUF primary election June T 1913. 1 1 1nominated from School DlstrU-t No. I,
APPLYING NICOTINE and elected I will dllIgentlv comprising North Starke and Lawtey.
brother who objected to taking thought was worthless. HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES I FARM PROGRAM ', faithfully and fcarUnuly dn subject to the will of the Democratic

medicines. When the old folks' : Herbert joined the 4-H club seven everything that I can that will h.lp voter In the coming primary.
lice on tomato 1 L Florida" the majority of the cltlnena. of BradFord June 7. 1932: If nominated and
Voice ef
Aphids or plant "The
him Iron out of I a and since has con- 'l' Home Demonstration
ago from
& wanted to give years Weekly County and the State of Fbi elected I promise to work for the
______ in truck plants are best controlled by spraying and all In placlni all the school! of
___' ; bottle, he always said he'd go out ducted IS projects raising Specialist, Tallahassee I".. Will attempt best Interest of
_______ nails old plow for: poultry bees and ornamental or dusting with nicotine, according 4 I the State on a business ban. .. I will Bradford. county and I earnestly to-
: aol eat a few or crops, Hlncerely appreciate your nupport.d. licit. your vote and support
i _ i, his Iron. lie didn't know then thai plants. He has spoken before to Dr. A. N. Tl sot, assistant The 'Florida Farm Hour pro M. INMAN. Respectfully' Q. II. BENNETT.

I in his food of the civic clubs In the entomologist with the Florida grams from state radio station -
: he really could eat Iron many I PRACTICAL SHOPPINGA I take this method. of announclni I respectfully announce that I mmft
c raisins and spinach being among county always telling about how Experiment Station. i WRUF from noon to 12:45: ESTeach my candidacy for the office of Riprennnatlve. candidate for member of the* school'

) rich in iron I he Intends "to follow up agriculture The species that Is likely to be day next week will present the, I favor reduction of sal. : board district No. 1 (comprising rotIng .
:i Ute foods particularly bothersome tomatoes Is few shopping hints may prove of Ag' arle. and taxes and rigid economy precinct one and two), subjectto
moat on talks College
old days when a In the future. following by tinea of state work the Democratic prl-
Also In tbs housewife in choosing along all our the action of
a good bone : the one commonly known as the helpful to the rlculture workers and others: Should I be honored with the nomination mary election to b* held Jane Ilk

i' child did not develop CARPET GnASH FOR GRAZING potato or tomato aphid. This la her merchandise wisely. Sat., May 14-Florida Farm'I and afterward election. J It elected, I promise the cltlseni of
system! and bad poor teeth we i With Income and past expend!!. promise to the bent of my ability the district and county the but
nature. But I AND FOR FIRE-BREAKS one of the largest aphids found in News and Hints. Farm Editorial honest and faithful nervlcx service of which I am capable. 'Your
c. thought should Florida. Some of the individualsare tures aa a basis make a detailec Snapshots.Mon. T. B. PINROI..STER.5VPEflINTF'DPi'4T support will ,be appreciated.
now we know that the child RAY A. NBWSOV
: fire-breaks planted to shining while plan or clothing budget of the an 18 Growing Crota *
have been given more foods rid Plowed bright, green May -- OF CllOOI.flThrough -
carpet combining to dual others have a distinctly pink color. tlclpated articles needed and larla In Corn-J. Lee Smith. Farn the solicitation of many; I hereby announce myself a candidate
In Ume like milk. P&IIs. friend and desire to agali member. of
: amount of expenditure: for comIng of my my for re-election as
After all laziness may not b< purpose of slowing down or stop If the tomatoes are healthy the ap Flashes from Washington. he your school superintendent I denlre the school district 1 I amInterested

and runtlnesi ping woods fires and furnishing hlds will practically all be wingless year or if possible for the nex Tues., May 17-Spring Spray for' to announce myself aa. a candidate solely: 'dln the advancementof ;
due to "cunsedness, of the for thIs position .ubJ..t to the< county school and If my work
three Twenty percent our
the resu't of Inheritance or nature year-around cattle forage, are now but when the plants begin to years. Citrus Whitefly and Scale-J. R June primary. If nominated and aa a member of the board the past

_, They may both be remedied b) being experimented with on four dry up a large proportion of the :' total Income Is a high and allowance I Watson. Farm Question Box. : elected of I 'i.oemtt...faithful of this performance officeYour .: two year meets In with the your June approval primary"

r proper foods In sufTlcent' variety areas In the state by the Florida aphids will develop wings and fly for clothing cleaning repair- I Wed.., May 18-Vitamin C,.Whal vote are solicited and will will your be support appreciated, pledging the
: i. : I Dr. O. D I be highly appreciated. Your renpec. attention to the
and not too great qUAntity.. and Forest Service. to more food. ing.Plan It Is and Its Importance-- same conscientious
I to purchase only the essen fully. H. O. WIQOINS. duties of the office.
care to see that the children an These experiments will consistof Aphids multiply so rapidly that Abbott Old Fashioned Roses-W, JAMBS; T. MOORE.

40-foot wide heavily disced that a severe Infestation will quickly tlals. Make a shopping list before L. Floyd. T hereby announce myself a cnn. -
healthy. for re-election, to the office 01 Hist. I
dldate nOARIl
ri_ fire-break, which will later be sow develop from a few small colonies. leaving home. Thurs., May 19-Fish Meal it Superintendent of Public Instruction MRMUBH I hereby SCHOOL! announce my candidacy.

BEKTLEB: SIHPFKD BY ed to carpet grass; three of these For that reason the plants In replacing articles choose ma Livestock Feeding.. H. Lewis I of Bradford County. Your vote an< for re-election .. member of the

"c $ Ant TO PORTO RICO will vary In length from 4 to 6 should be watched carefully and terials and garments that will I Spuds Johnson Visits the Count support will ho appreciated.Respectfully.. A. J. .QRIFFI! school elected board will continue from district to give 2.the.anil du.If
harmonize with the rest of the I .
TO COMBAT INSECTS miles, and the fourth will bound sprayed or dusted as soon as any Agent tie, of the. office mv vary best at
t wardrobe. Think out color To the voter of Bradford countyI support solicited and
I tention. Your
section of land. noticed. : Crotalarla as a
and quarter a aphids are i Fri., May ( hereby announce my candldac will be appreciated. H. D. MAT.
To help control an outbreak of It Is hoped the experiments will The dust generally used in aphid scheme, and limit the number ol Cover Crop for Pecans, Tang Oil, for iiuperlntrndent 'of Public In. -

cottony cushion scale In Porte result in a closely cropped dense control Is a 3 percent nicotine sul ,colors. I and Satsumas-J.Lee Smith. Summer for traction.said office I teal and that promlne I am quallfltt to faithfully '. for I member hereby announce of the school as .board. candidate, DI...

Rico. Vedalia or Australian lady sod of grass resembling a mowed phate-lime dust.. This can be purchased Choose Good Materials Management of Tung Oil discharge the duties of sam trlct 2, comprising South Stacks.
'% all: would make it be Choose good materials for gar to the bent of my ability. Your vote< Theressa and Sampuon City. 1..11I
; beetles were recently sent by I lawn. Such a strip an ready or can hart Trees: -Harold Mowry. will be appreciated appreciate your vote and support In
that to receive
: from here by the Entomology Department effective fire-break slowing down made by mixing 3 3-4 pounds of ments are Respectfully L. H FUTCI the primary June 7th.

'I" of the State Plant Board : and In many cases stopping fires. Black Leaf 40 with CO pounds of wear such as suits, every day clothes after the rush season at --. W. C. MANNING. _

After receiving the shipment, : Since it la estimated that good hydrated lime. Some experiments coats and dresses, shoes, and- .stock. advance styles are always expeivslve. hereby FOB TAX announce COLLECTORI my candidacy JI'M">.,.<.,.. SCHOOL nonn-nut. s

Pr M. D. Leonard, entomologist carpet grass pasture has a value in Indicate that with a power duster ing. See that clothes satisfy your; to sneered myself .aa Tea: Collector I hereby announce of myself the a school candidate

t for the Porto Rico Department ol: meat production alone of $S to $8 2 1 1-2 pounds of Black Leaf 40 will Know the average width and cost needs rather than your wants I of Bradford county, aubject to the board, District for member No. S, comprising;,
? ; Democratic primary to be held or
4 : ______ Agriculture and Commerce, wrot< an// acre per year, this effort to coordinate suffice. of materials. Some materials are Buy clothing that Is conservative June, 7th. 1512. I have tried t,< Hampton. Graham Brnoker and In New'the

_______ to Dr. Wilmon Newell, cornmis- fire-break work with The spray may be made by mixIng quite well standardized are re In style good In color and line, ap render you faithful, honest and .trident June River,primary.subject to I promise election to stand

: stoner of the State Plant Board, at permanent pastures should be of 1-2 pint of Black Leaf 40 and 4 liable. attractive, and always IE propriate for tbe 9<:caslon and office! service a* your during Tax Collector.my Ant term I earn 01: for a fair deal equal. right to all

follows: "The Commissioners! cable interest to landowners and cattlemen or I 5 pounds of soap in 50 gallons good style. Examples: Wool serge,I suited to the individual. Such garments :r: r"d. \ your support: and II I: and partiality to none.Respectfully yours.J. .
I hall continue to render <
twilled flannel de again
-.. was sent on Aprilvt, the shipmentof looking for maximum incomes of water. If some spreader like broadcloth crepe can be worn as long as the you the same service a. I hav4 H. KELLY.

beetle left Gainesville on the from their lands for both I Penetrol or potassium oleate is chine, pongee, China silk, gingham, materials last with very little re In the past. CARL. A. KNIGHT. I hereby announce myself a candidate .

6th, and I got It out of the post t timber-growing and cattle-graz used the Black leaf 40 may be reduced percale, flaxon and dimity. modeling. I respectfully announce mynelf. for re-election to the No.office S,

office on the night of the 8th. The ing. The four experiments are being to one-eighth or one-sixth One good garment outwears twc Select firm material, simple IE candidate for the office of Tax Collector of School to Board the action for District of the Democratic
.cheap ones and will be presentable and for general! subject to the action of the subject 1913 If
trimming design 7.
beetles were released In the Infested established on flatwoods landon ?lnt. Democratic voter at the primary ol primary I June and

-k grove on the 10th, Just 8 fire control areas, two of which Whether dusting or spraying, all : throughout that period of service. wear undergarments. The initial June 7th. I feel that I an In every elected t promise administration the same of fair the du

days after the infestation was are located In western and two in portions of the plant should be covered It is economy therefore to'ba.ve. coat and cost of laundering and repairing way the office qualified. efficient to give and the competent,duties ol Impartial eedOllntht.b.o that I have ten and
of material rather vote
_ brought to our attention. This is eastern Florida.POULTRYMAN. especially the underside of the one garment good are thus saved. Select service. Pledging! a full and faithful solicited past. Tour and will be

quick and efficient work, and I eaves and the growing tips where than Conservative two cheaper Style ones.Beet ,' garments that will serve two purposes office discharge to the beat of the of duties my ability of the 1 I highly support appreciated.I I. :\ SURRENCT.

L want to express: my appreciation to PROFITS BY the aphids are usually found. If possible, and do not buy solicit and will appreciate youi sup A. O.

.a you and through you to the men RAISING HEALTHY CHICKS Avoid novelties and fads. Buy two hats, coats, or dresses that port In the coming primary.. COUNTY COHM1SSIONRH/*'. I
_ materials. Respectfully CARL JOHNS
standard estimate
(, j on your staff who so efficiently cooperated Tampa-$20,000 worth of improvements serve the same purpose.Every I take this method reelection of announcingmy as
Herman Leffers Lee county poul- amounts before buying. Buy demands OP CIHCtlT COURT candidacy for
with us." underway at Tampa woman who good FOR CLERK county commissioner for district No.

: tryman.; has found that It pays to I Tacht and Country Club. material! conservative styles, and I hereby announce myself a candidate .. 1. I solicit your vote and support
for the office of Clerk of the to give
re-elected, will strive
I -i' There were 323,300( automobiles STOW chicks In the statewide Grow WHAT EDITORS good workmanship helps to develop Circuit Court of Bradford County,, th and* district If and county the best service -

and motor trucks registered inc Healthy Chicks campaign. According Industries that turn out high grade subject tn. the will of the voter al of which I am capable.
\ the coming primary June '7th. I am
Florida during 1031. For licenses, to Miss Clarlne Belcher, home GOVERNOR ROOSEVELT products in every line. I fully conscious of the duties of this
permits, etc., their owners paid S4831,968. ,. demonstration agent. be hatched -Ruby. McDavid. important office and feel them that In I am cocwrv O"l"IIIIIIOIIFJoDI.! I
ably fitted to perform
chicks and at 8 weeks old there : of friends
asked At the solicitation
I "Governor Roosevelt has mappedout efficient manner. Never having for
II are 487 living. The 17 chicks lost PhYSIC TilE BLADDER for an office In the court house before have consented to make the race District
bin mind definite phllfoBophy -
In for
WITH CASTOR OIL If elected to Count Commissioner
I promise give
: give a mortality of 3.37 per cent and definite causa of ao- No. 3 of Bradford County, If elected
We should not seek In I a faithful. honect. and efficient service.Your
any way No. It can't be done. But you the dutiesincumbent
i OVER WORUtNERllS while the average mortality for to jtlon from which he does not Intendto support la respectful solicit I promise to discharge best or

the state Is above 20 percent.The to replace destroy unsound or tear material downc.pt with new t b. diverted.by the yapping; of can do it with Juniper oil, buchu ed. A. .f. THOMAS.To ability. upon Your me support to the l I. eollclted

; : six factors in the Grow Rather should we seek to eli 'small fry politicians, the thunder- loaves! etc., contained in Bukets the Voter of Bradford County. .my ind will be appreciated

4.__ Healthy Chick program are hatch I minate those methods which have ou. assaults of the big runs of the the bladder physic. Drive out Impurities Florida: 1... I.. CONNER.I

IUP early, clean disease-free eggs and : proven mistaken and to apply to opposition no! the sinister Influence and excess acids that cause I the am .offloa candidate of Clerk for reelectionto of Circuit hereby .01.-;;;;;; myself a candl-

I clean' business and to government principle of the powers of privilege. To the irritation which results in Court. Bradford County, Florida, and late for re-elnctlon a* county COBVmlBsloner
chicks. clean brooder houses, If re-
the task In bond ho brings a dig- from district No.'I.
theaverage solicit aupport and
I In which the rights of backache, bladder weakness, burning earnestly your ti'S
land. a balanced ration and separa- citizen nlty of thought and poise In expression vote at the June* Primaryelection.: tlected. I will continue gUIng service'
are given a higherspiritual Get : best
and a
getting nights. and oounty the
up dl.trlet
I promise to> render faithful, honest
tion of cockerels from pullets. and action that are reminiscent CRSW3COfNTV :
value. 01 which I am capable. J. Q.
if and careful eervluo Respectfully,
23c test box. After four days
tradition. of American
AOGRESSIVK"Cooperation ltat.aaaaneblp.-Bloux City not relieved your druggest will refund o""I.nONFJo-DI., S
"Passive acquiescence by unthinking c.lIdldal. -
You boundto FOR COUfTY: Julie I hereby announce. ) myself a
is., Tribune, (mdl. your money. are connmlssloner.
In the actions of county
people 1 the Democratic voter of Bradford for re-election as
L those who shrewdly turn to person e feel better after you get your County Florida: District a. If the voter*

originally, we takeIt. al advantage the opportunity offered "Roosevelt la. the strongest man regular sleep. Sold by Mitchell'sDrug I hereby announce my candidacy >,f my district re-elect me, I will.

was more or less a defensive by public offlc Is out of step I the Democrats can nominate. He Store. to succeed myaelf a. county, judgenf continue to give the people of efficient'Br.sxi-
the Dairyman's i baa a record of liberality In gov'eruAient. Bradford county ubjot to theIenocratlc ord county a faithful and
measure says with modern Ideal. of
governmentand of the duties
primary' to be .held Tue- performance' h'.he".i
News.e "Cooperation with In the vital matter of ;working. always for
League ice
political morality. day June 7. 15t2. Thlsj announcement .
Is still' a defensive or protective S a water power deveiopnientshestands Is mad with a teellng that interest of the entire county.J.
for public development through formed during the yeara. In which, it have t.. UNPEFUIIUU
"It was the of Jefferson!
But It has also becomea purpose .
measure. served you a. county Judge, I have
for benefit of
public agencies can-
to teach the country that the solidarity I hereby. announce myself a
LLJ and constructive rendered faithful honest and efficient
form of aggressive commissioner
the public. -Martiniburg, W. Va, county
of Federalism was only a service to all, and at all time Mate for election aa SoulS
: action. Farmers' cooperative partial one that It represented onlya JournaL Ind.). In such manner a* to Justify Tn* a* from District. If 3. electeeI
associations form- e S e"Roosevelt I It In submitting candidacyto Uarka, Br.dlord'county.
marketing were see my un"?
of the and
minority people that you for your consideration.. : IParneatly I I will give the district and co -
has revealed himself
ed first, largely for protection. to build a treat nation the interests solicit your support, and the: best service of which I am capible.

:' TO your ears In Win'"err \;- During the last few years they I of all groups la every part must be as a great liberal leader. H. Is I If again honored by being elected a* Respectfully submitted!THOMAS
at tension. considered that in clear' as to the objectives which h* your county Judge I shall continue MALLORY
nerre high have taken on the characteristics ; only a large national _
achieve the to. render faithful, honest and efficient
No wonder hope to through program 4
_' yon snap at the wife of regular business organizations. unity could real security be aervlce. Respectfully, i COUNTY 'OMMIII.IO..r.n-DI.t-
lie Is Ho has can-
now sketching.
and myself
bark at the children. found. I hereby announce
W*t S h ootl Overworked In their methods of selling the S SWe sounded a battle cry in behalf of date for re-election a. countrcommissioner '

t 4; erres may lead to Sl..pl_ League and many other cooperatives have In our history three political, liberalism." Evansville, At the r.qu.'i"ffrl..nd.; and due I from district Oraham No.and
4 Therassa and
Ind., Courier (Dem. consideration thereof, I hereby announce fampton '..
differ ,
little from the
Deist Nervous Headache, Nwrnu very I men who chiefly stand out for the S S to the voters of Bradford : It re-elected will "continue to *.'"
1 Indigestion and a host of larger dtstrbuting concerns. Own I universality of their interest and candidacy for the office he county the best service support

_..,; other unpleasant disturbance ership and operation of plants, of their knowledge Benjamin "Tbe Democrat could nominatea ,l'tnry; Judge: to be voted on In I cable of. I solicit your J""*' 7'-
ind vote at the primary
dozen good men but none of them the' June Primary. Being a graduate
4 > Way don't you try Dr. Hllesf sales and activities Franklin Thomas Jefferson and O. W HIN8ON
programs quality No long of University' lw School and
would have the public appeal that No m, ssy rubbing In. .. ,. -
Effervescent -
Nervine Tablets? Theodore Roosevelt. All '
t control. development of brands three some 11 years In the practice of law
) i Just one In a half Klas of knew at nrst hand every cross current Roosevelt has at" .this. time for numerous drawn out treatment From the hrjt I I feet fully qualified. to serve you a. C r"tTV! COM1I55l0ER.! Iisi.S
water makes I research facilities, market pres of reason MemphU. Tenn. It beauty Is County Judge. If yon see fit ta I hereby announce myself a canlldate -
,4c a pleasant, sparkling naUonal and international instant you use / a new D'i"'
Commercial Dem. elect me I promise) that shall :
these featuresof Appeal. ( you commissioner
tigeall things are for county
drink delightfully] soothing I life, All thre were possessed of a e yours. A soft.'. Alluring.. Ivory' have honest faithful efficient and net 5, comprising Hrooker and Newliver.
$ to over-taxed: nerves. the modern cooperative marketing profound culture la the best senseof complexion thai reflects unbiased service. I earnestly solicit If elected I promIse a faIrS
"The drive toned
Dr. Miles' Nervine is now association." the word. and yet all. three un- Roosevelt sweeps on. your support and veto In the f..1 performance. of the duties of the
S rutde In two forms.-LSqulJ and "i dcritood. the yearnings and the It I. bigger today than ever and Beauty and Disnity. Begin tc day."jTeW primary, June 7th, ISH.Respectfully. !' iftlc*. I solicit and will appreciate Demo
show sign of of all
., Effervescent!: Tablet. Both bar Add a'slice of lemon or a teaspoon lack of opportunity hopes and FhlbL, no P*.. Publlo diminishing"Ledger (Ind. E. K. PERRTMAN.FOH ,he rata support at the and prlmsry vote election. June
,' the same soothing esct.t the fears-of millions of their fellow nh. O. W. AJ.DRSW3.T
of vinegar to the cooking Rep.). ORIENTAL
t .x,4t, $1.00 at your drag star being. All true culture comes e TAX ASSESSOR .
water to prevent potatoes from down finally to an appreciation of I '. t: a candidate hereby announce myself a rae
discoloring. just that." "From the results of various prl- CREAMGClUItAUD .f'.rb1hnft.eor; :; Tax Assessor dld.t. for county. commissioner, aisrlct -

CIt marle w* can draw but one conclusion 4w.w. of Bradford county subject to the I. comprising Brooked and N**
-- --- and that I-that Roosevelthas will of the voter at the coming liver. It re-eUctwS I promt te.
!i Tarpon Springs-Costas Andri- Is only In a crisis that we lookto the confidence of the American .. ..Fissh .sJ democratic primary' elartlun to beh"ld conti.... giving my district' 5sd"-
otls and Stavros Sakellarides. our common concern. Recently 5.e"e' $5&dSS June Tth In asking for this. county faithful and efficient perormance '
NERVINE started I said that we are facing an emergency people not In on. particular state IO for TRIAL sat office will ay that I am thoroughly fl of the duties of the oflw best' *
erection of sponge packinghouse but throughout the nation."- Ba- familiar with the duties thereof and ind will always work for the
on A then street. today more grave than that kersfleld. Calif. Callforalan (Deal >T Hopkins V So.l prom!** if elected to discharge the .t.r..t. of tH.Jm.Wl"OnD county.B. .
of This X OSTJIH: :
war repeat. sutlea of said office la aa eftlcleat T.

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:May 14 19. What is true f every one I Miami. Peninsular States Associates my thi'Ir said dnbt forthwith tithe PRCItl.. \"TlCU'. *"1.10 f\ I

Picture of Peace-The wolf also I- believes In Jesus? Co., Inc., granted charter to underljrned iccutora. Hereby: notice !I. given that nn :.
This 8th ilv l' <>f April' A. T>. 193S.T
tllif. shall dwell with the lamb and the "Whosoever belleveth that Jesus deal in real estate. V KIC"T f-KFR,. SHKDC1AH dft"final! )ned decree by entered virtue of br that Hon.twrtaln A. 7, It ,

leopard shall dwell with the lamb H the Christ Is born of God." 1 John -_ M. THOMAS. Adklne, Judiro of the Circuit Court "; I
and the leopard shall lie down with 0:1.: COfSTV 5I'PFfll1.'I1". t-8-tt-I-I -- Kxecutor-- --* "( Florid. J I '

the kid; and the calf, and the young 20. What do those born of God MONTHLY FI.. ATttt.' HTATK. !OTICK Ol. A PM.I 'VrioN. FOINotlc ertatn In mil, for.mine hIradCrt wherein county D. W.:, In Moor.that r;' ''a '
wftJSTi lamp Mt ay feet, mi Bght into ay path. fttha 119:105.JtrUi : lion and the falling together; and not do? Bradford .noiinty for the month of In hereby given that W. TW.k. Is pomplalnant his wife 11..111.and Hwlnill H. II. gwlndlnAnd are' de- "k '1''. '" .
a lItUe child shall lead *. bolder of Tax Certificate NiltR. ,
them.- "We know that whosoever Is December I less, ; endtint the iindnmlirned will cell .1
Snd of A. D. har
July 19S3.
lTfnr7lrtn"f. ?fpltt!? All "filous teaching doctrine or Isaiah 11:6. What question did the born of God slnneth not; but thatIs "ftrlkeiTo .'.... filed paid. day certificate In my ofrio' to?ont the uf hlitheitt the Mouth bldd Door r for of the rah court In I.; I .

creed if they are to ba'v<> any claim rich ruler ask Jesus? Answer, read begotten of God keepeth himself, Hal. dim Dec. 1, ttu __. .14.1*" lie and. mad thereon application In accordance for tax dd with, tciInmu house of Bradford county* In Htark. *, ". f I

.non the love loyalty and devotion of the people! must be in harmony with -Luke 18:18.: and that wicked one touchetb him leoelpt durine month n__ >tn$ U law.* Said certificate mbraoe the Florida. on Monday thc 'th( day uf :. "

i. teaching* of Jems the Christ whose word fit into every fold and crevice !Slay IS not" VerselS.PRESBYTERIAN'. Warrant. durliiR month ___. II.Uft.U following deerrlbed property Hltuat.eil Jilt,.. A. l). IMS during the had
Overdraft Jan _____ hours of units the tU'errlbert I ;
and of whom it I lit. i4T1 Florida fullnwlnr -
Srths heart, said In John In bradford County, to-
was 7:46
human ,"NEVER MAN The Fountain of Praise-O Lord ?>!..,. i" ... 1 wlt: html* lying, and being In Itrad- I

SPAKE LIKE THIS MAN. open thou my lips; and mouth Po bal. due. Pec. 1, 1911 ____ MIT.T5 NorOi Half of "Snuthenel quarter ford ,county: H'lorld*. to-wlt: )
eoint* durlnir month _..__ of SVVH of K'KVi\ of Hertlnn 14. Town. t.
Northeast quarter Section 18, I
Pallor* of Bradford and Cnlon counties are lnvtt d to ne this de- shall shew forth thy praise. For Warrant during month-.___ II.4T Tnwnahln *, SOUth Hanne SI 1 a.t. chip 7 South Ilang. SJ Kant. and \ 4

for new* of church activities organizations and announcednu. thou deslrest not sacrifice; else Services Sunday, May 15, as follows $al. Jan. 1 _. .._ ._______ 487.KO The a".e..ment nf Maid property containing' 4*> acrM. mnr or I.*.., ,\,
driven and no charge nuulo-the only nIt i e... si under the salt. certificate issued ...... for the puipoee of ntlfrlnir paid _
Space freely requirement 'I would I give It.-Psalm 51: 15, 16. : Vvrtrrtruft.. I>eo. I. lUI ___ tflIIJ. 11 In the name of Julia. Qoodwln decree 'I' I
being that such 1t0U11 reach thU office before Wednesday morning Where can we find sure protection 10 a. m Sunday school, J. :M. P..ln' during. month .. ?____ .til ITnlens. Haul certificate hall b* re. J u ritAznn. % '
rulin> they cannot be handled for current INUe Warrants .during month _. 140 US deemed acoordlnir tn law tax deed Hpei-lttl Mater lii Cbanc.y.KNlfiH'r .
-- --- -I from temptation? Answer, .Truby supt. Ovrdfart Jan. I _. _. ..163.MOenerel will lioue threon on the S3rd day KNItlllT. "trk., Fla.Hnllrltnre A J"-,,;
-:: read-I Cor. 10:12: 13. 11 a. m. Morning worship sermon t>l'''. 'I;., ftTo of May A. n. 1931.Dated for Complainant.NOTUH ; i, _
bnl due. 1'..... I I. 1931 .111/1.. ; b-ha.4I-S-3 i
I II and went toward Haran. And he I the Theme thl, 18th day of April. A.
May 16 pastor. : "PowerFor . .
Receipt* during month JSOT K4 -- -- -- I _
D. ,
sVNDA T SCHOOL I II lighted upon a certain place and A safe Fortress: As the mountains the Impossible." A message for Warrant. durlngf month .-" 529 I* U\ n \V ALPICRMAN. ;j

I LESSON tarried there all night because the Whitsunday. Bal. Jan. 1 _- __ __ ._h_ ._ .ma.8 (9el' Clerk) of Circuit Court,
I I II Ic are round about Jerusalem, ni..t. "... 4 Tlradfoid Florida. The IrtiMloe of llamptnn frt-rlal. Tae 'J'. q
sun was set; and he took of the so the Lord la round about his 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor. TopIc I To bal. due n..... I. 11J1 _. 114'1 IIA 421St..5.50. County. In Circuit Court. Mradforil County ". '"

I c- -- atones of that place, and put them "How We May Work for World "' -celntit durlnir month ...._ US.88 Florida. In Cbantterv. )
from for
!MAT 15 1932 people even Warrnta during month fllI* M.t tIIEI4S, ,.tii' (.....:IIKIII m-ho"l Pletrlct Number. Two of I f l \ _ _
FOR for his pillows and lay down In I ever.-Psalm 125: 2. Good Will." Leader, Gratton Coop To Dal. due Jan.. I. _.. _____ I43.9S I.ItI'tI tHY JoI.":" "IU" Itradfurd County. Floridn, H body" 'f
-- that to He about I1I,4. N... 5 corporate and the lloartl of I'ub- ;
place sleep. was er.
Jacob at Bethel. What promise Is given to those Tn bal due. > 11..". I .. 40.47 At a meet I nit' held on the 4th day Ito Inatrnrtlon: for I1rn Subject: fifty miles from his father's home, i who remember the poor? Answer 8 p. m. Evening worship, song rtecelpttt. dttrlntr. month __ SIX 1ft I.? May' A. l'. "1:r. the hoard ofnounty ty, "'I"r"'a'l't body corporate .;1

Golden Text: "I am with thee and in a desert place but near read-Psalm 41:1.: and sermon. Warrant. during. : month Ill.71 commlMNloner appointed* of Itradfrtrd'the fol : .. *
In all To bal dul Jan. I __ 400To County Florida ys I _
and will keep thee" places Bethel where Abraham had once May 17 Prayer meeting Wednesday at ,,,..t. N..u. 9 lowlnit clerk and inspectors for I he The State of Klnrlda. *t ul I _

whither thou goest. Gen. 28:18.Tto : built an altar, The Cry of the Helpless-O God 8 p. m. bal. due Poo. 1. 1811 __. 14 44Hccelptu primary day nf election June A.to 11.bo 193S belli: un the7th tecp.ndstta ; [
dnrlnic. month __ ___ Iliinrfnll tetln "
and Place: 1760 B. C. 49 11ft < *
\ ; "And he dreamed, and behold a give us help against the adversaryfor A cordial Invitation to all our Warrant. during month .... IS.07 l rerlnt Number line, l nwtey: a TO T1IFI C1TI/.KNH: : ANT> TAX- _

Beersheba! and Bethol. ladder set up on the earth, and the : vain is the help of man.-Psalm services extended to all. To bal. dun .ra n. 1 __ ___ u SS0.3Z T.Harold T. 'Hlarkburn Pearce, clerk unit. Krtui; Jam"Moor foster, In. ', fMYKMH: Oe* HAMPTON. KPFiCIAI. I
1>1..t. N' ft TAX Hl'lHlOl 1UHTHICT:
Text: Qen. Ch. 27-28 "NI'MHIilU .
Lesson top of it reached to heaven; and i 60: 10, 11. *) Overdraft. I>..". 1. IB-It .. 4SK T4 Hpertor TWO, of Urndforil County, Florida. ,
(Printed Gen. 28:10-17.: ) behold the angels of God ascendingand I How was Jesus crucified? An- !METHODIST CIll'KCH Receipt during month h 7.34 Preolni-t Number Two.F North O IMC UTI NILS'1 : I _______
clerk J. Kick-
Rtarke: F. A. Roott, ;
Truth Talents hoI Warranl. rttirlnir month .1.04 Take nolle that the above named '
Practical : may _
descending on It. And, behold swer, read-Matt. 272638.: Ovedraft Jill'' I .__.n__ fa!." liter, Aubrey Moor nnd M.. Norman petitioner upon the 4th dsp. of May, :\ ,f _
blessing or a curse. the Lord stood above it, and said May IS Sunday school, 10 a. m. KIM. No tnTo InepoctorH. Sutithtarket IMS. filed their 1'1101' In I Ih* abovepntltliid \
The books bal due Peo. 1. 131 If 114 r'reclnrt Number Three, oni ..e anuS In tile
Introduction: say abovestyled
I the Lord God of Abraham Mornlnk worship 11 a. m. .
am thy $ T. N. Kendrlrk clerk IU
Better Is ; .
I Righteousness Papys: Receipt durln. month _n._.. 01.It court for the valuation, of _
\Unit the Scripture records: father, and the God of Isaac:, the a little with righteousness than Young People's meeting 7:15.: Warrant ilurlnw month _.__ IS US Puniormt. I.. It. Vlnlnir. and W M.UIIr. I hands of Hampton tUterlal' Tar \

bate was old, and his eyes were land wherein thou host, to thee Welcome to everyone.TBAIPEKANCE Hal du* Jnn I _' I4S.S9 inspoctore.1'rln1t Number Four, OrabamtW Mohool District Number Twos of '.
great revenues right. Lira
J ford
1)1.1. tlo. It t'ounty. Florida. .
to th
dim BO that he could not see. He will I give it and to thy seed." Jac- Proverbs 16:8.: Overdraft Peo, 1, nil .' 87.HI T McKver. rlerk. U C. Hmlth, amount' of Niiveii Thouanil. pollar. ,
bestow the patriarchal RALLY H..I"I. (durlnir. month (ChMKlev KOKB and It. 1:1.: Wand, In. a* nulhnrlietl by the t
decided to 19 19 election In laid
ob's dream was not of the ordinary n. .ik:
When should we sow the seed? .et" _
Warrant during month __ IS 69 district held on' the IStli, .day of '
his eldest Esau. t. I
blessing upon son, kind but rather 'a vision in Answer read-Ecc. 11:6.: Overdraft Jnn& I .. ._ ___ 64.01nut. reclnot Nn Five V. Hampton1: Aurll 19,18 nnd n* auihorliAit by the
The advantages to the eldest son which God revealed himself to Jac The people of the Theressa community fixed in May 19 treated Overdraft. Peo. I. IUI _.. 1.10 and. T J. Perry, inspectors.l'reelnnt Haul d 1.1 rl.'t and by the rolutlon _
were not definitely patriarchal ob, who was greatly Impressed.This ,were Sunday eve- lieoelpt ,durlnir month ..-_.._ 1 .IflWarritntN Number 8lx.l Therein: 'and proceeillmr. of call Hoard. of ''U
Love Destroys Fear: There is no John Hull. clerk A. t.. "Bulllvan D. J.
times. However, four was the origin of the phrase"Jacob's ning to a delightful temperance, during month __ 'fill 3 Htihllo 'InKtrui-tlait fur Kritdford
are noted in the fear in love; but perfect love ca t- the of Overdraft Jan. I _.___ _. __ 11.1 I'hUllpn and' H. 8. Hwlndoll InepwoPrecinct :founty: iciorldn; unit that nn the 4th
dintinct promises Ladder." Jacob beheld the program by young people 1)1.6. 111... IS tur. dnv :of May, 193S. an order lee ued GUI

blessing pronounced by Isaac upon Lord standing at the top of the eth out fear; because fear hath torment the community at the Hope church. Overdraft (J.o. I. tm __ .. 136.SO I Number Haven,.New. niv- of above Court mjulnit the State of .
He that feareth Is not made Itecelpt durlnir month _.. i erM JOn 1m clerk.: II Kellov. h'liirlda. regnlrltm. it to h.. _
27:28 29)). 1. Fertile w rails
Gen. .
Jacob ( ladder. and the promise to Jacob The work was under the directionof Warrnnt during month 87.71 A.' C. Crew and It. J. Turn.r, incpeotori. heroes the Honorable A. a. Adklnn
In love. 1 John 4 18. 1 _
toil 'fatness of the earth. 2. was then made which was practically perfect : Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan, ably Uvrrdittft during month 173.68j I MrookerI at hi* office at the ourthnu at

Abundance of provision q S 'plentyof the same promise made to When will God answer us? An-I assisted by.Mrs. A. L. Sullivan and Overdraft floe 1)3.6.. 3. N.UI1.. Ie______ 104.11 I! t'reclnct r.. Rhrlver' Number clerk: Rlghl H .I... li.."..n, J. $11:I Htark A. M.Krndfurd. on Saturilav County. ,, ll.I'I:811; ,. I?11
read Isa. 65:2. _
swer : M. and a. I'b.) Zdc(1.nicy Inepeotor" k
3. and Molt
con: and Authority Abraham and to Isaac. others.- Herelpta durlnw' month _-_ _n 47.SO lODS why' raid bond, xhoulil not b* (
Warrant. during month _.. IS 75 i validated and confirmed _
lordship. 4. Jacob was the channel There recitations : .
"And thy seed shall be as the SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST were songs Overdraft Jan.' I __n. h____ 70" J. 1* UNDKnuit. TiiunHKonn) Tiitj-sw! Ann rn
througc which men should be dust of the earth and thou shalt dialogues and a short address by Diet. III... IT I Chairman WIIKIU i'C County. COMMAND: Volt sI, each of you t.. _

blessed. According to Josephus It the chairman of temperance Overdraft Dee I, 1SJI ______ 110.SOHerelpt Commlalonr b* antI appear before the Hon. A. K lj k
abroad to the west and to county Attest.
spread I :
during, month __. 16.15 Aikine, judge. of our said Court at .
would be impossible to alter this the east and to the north and to Conversion or the New Birth work J. T. Qulgleyv and also Warrant Curing. month n .__ 10.US 0. w..DF1RMAN', Kin nfflr at the poiirttiou. *l. _

blessing after Isaac had discovered the south; and in thee and in thy (Concluded) I un Instructive talk on "The Con- Overdraft Jan. I _____u __ .104.SS i Clerk to Hoard. S-'-4t-S-17 HtarKe, Ilradforcl County .Florida, at s
III.! ,. No. IS It a. m, on Htiturduy
May h. I9>S,
his mistake. Heb. 12:16: 17. seed shall all the families of the 17. What change Is wrought by stitution" by J. .1. Carstenson, Overdraft D..". I __ ____ 98171 I ORIIKIl OF Plini.lfATION' AlIt anil hnw can. .*, If any you hav, 4IM
and his Mother had Receipt during month .. 66 78 wn'nrn Tit APPKAI why said'< bond nhntiM
When Jacob president of the young people's not be vali
earth be blessed. And behold I am beholding Jesus? Warrant during month ..-... A7.60 TO: lal"tead R. Molfllrny and wife, dated. and vonflrmvdi. ; ntherwl the _
carried out their conspiracy to with thee, and will keep thee e ." I "But we all with open face beholding union In this community.The Overdraft Jan. 1 _* ___... 687.91 Marv M. McRlroy and Wlllard< C.IIt.I.h..n.on : ,allovatlon of mid net It Ion will be

have Isaac give Jacob the blessing The greater blessing here promisedwas as In a glass the glory of program cloned with the INTKHBST "I1KINO KVNIIWai. the nnd pine wife of, lliI.aIetltIttephpnaun rldenc]|l i taken It I I.a.further confMeil" by you. _________

which belonged to Esau, the latter stirring by the chorus "It Is N.' II of each of whom I I. La Fargvlll" I ordered that thl*
the coming of Jesus the SavIor the Lord, arechanged Into the same song )I. Peo. I __. ________ .S17S.7 New York I notice b* publlnhd once' a week for _
returned from the plains and through the descendants of Image from glory to glory, even as in the Constitution and its Thereto Kecelpt durln. month __u__ 601.40 YOU ArtlO HBREIIT NOTIFIRP: three unecu'lv. week biifor th.i _
learned the facts from his father Stay." Warrant during. month ._. 3flftllll1 that you. have been mad party: defendant S th day of May. 191S, In Hradfonl
Jacob and the personal blessingthat by the Spirit of the Lord. 2 Cor. Bal. One Jan. 1 ...., _._ _..-10.nU.1I4 to the lull) of Complaint County Teli-irrnpli. n nwpiipr' pub \ot
bate and Esau said, "is he not God would be with Jacob and 3:18.: No. S filed In the Cln'tilt Court of Florida. llahed In Htarka, rlrailforil County: .
rightly named Jacob? For he hath would not lea'Ve him. Note.-A beautiful statute once !TRAIN SCHEDULE Hal due lino. I .. ____ .10,7711* ?..h Judicial Circuit, In and for lentil.Florida and. duly, .,....Iltl"d a* a .: ,'I.. _
Ilnuelpt durlnir. month _. .. S3S.19 Bradford County In Chancery In npw."tlr the implication
supplanted me these two times; betook "And Jacob awaked out of his stood in the market-place of an Warrant during$ month, __ 108.33 that certain cause entitled The Federal of legal adv..rtlenient.. and notice '.: _
away my birthright; and behold Lord statueof Our schedule changes March! : 9th Hal. du. Jan 1 .. ...____10.BU9.64Dletrlet Lamt Hunk of Columbia. Plaintiff to niipear; and that the sleep and he said "Surely the Italian city. It was the tint 1'.hl..U..n. be at l I."t *lght '.,
No. IXHnl flalctead It. I
and trains will as follows:, vereue Mi'Klrov. elal .
now he hath taken away my Is in this place; and I knew it not. a Greek slave girl. It represent. run du. Pea. I ____. __ 9 7.04Herelpt ., defendant. whwreln the plaint riyii before the tilth day. of M..,. .', 4141.

blessing." And be was afraid, and said How ed the slave as tidy and well dressed. Southbound, locsl No.1. due durlnir. month _-__. 8291 asoke to foreclose. a Hen of the innrt- i 19t! S. l1f
Wnrrnnt during. month, .. Ill 85 by llnli teiid, K, Witness my bnn anil the seal of. 4k
Starke 11:12: m. irairD irlven < McelroyHint ;:
"And Esau bated because
Jacob dreadful Is this place! This is none A ragged uncombed little p. Hnl. due Jmnj. I '___ _____ 1001.10 wire., Mary M. f.t.'lllry: coverlnKth I Hi,* firPIIIt I Court of llradfunl Conn .
of the blessing wherewith his father other but the house of God, and street street child coming across Southbound local, No. 11, due I hereby certify that th. fur 5). follnwlniv denrrlbed iiroperty I li, Iv.1932.B-lorl.lii. this the 4lb day of May,
Starke 0:33! a. m. ,Inn elatemont ahowlnir balanr. at Hrndf.mJ County Flurlda. to-wlt: ir,
blessed him :
and Esau said in
; this Is the gate of heaven." He had tho statue in her play one day, th. beginning and at the ending ofth All that. certain piece, tract or parcel H"aIlO. w. ALOICEIMAN t 74
hia heart. The days of mourning Southbound limited No. 107, due month herein abnve tated. and (Oirtnlnl Am Clerk of th* Clr. _
not known that God was with him, stopped and gazed at it In admira- of land" Hltunte Ivlnr and being
of the receipt and warrant. .lenued nil It Court, ltni, toni. Count* Via.. _ _
for my father are at hand then Starke 10-28( : a. m. In tho county of Bradford and .I..t. .
; but he knew, after his experienceof | tion. She was captivated by it. during. *ald ,month correepond with of Florida more particularly 'I.- !KNIrMIT M. KNKIIIT. Hlurke. Flit ,
will I slay my brother Jacob. And that night. We can know God She gazed long and lovingly. Moved Southbound limited No. 191, due the reonriln of my nrlloe, and I I. true a rIled n* follow" ta-wlf The rlollullor for I'titltloner. 4c"L t
these words of Esau her elder son Starke 11 ::00 p. m. and correct to the bet of my know Northwest quarter nf the rtouthea.iiquarter 84t8Sr\
and Christ only by personal spirit by a sudden Implse she went home edire and belief. I *IMO' certify that : :and the; Went half of the -
we told to Rebekah: and she sent ual contact with them. and washed her face and combed Northbound local.,<.No.2, due I the. following* I I. a llt of all countyilepnKltnrleM Norlheaat nuurler of the Houthea. MASTKH'llI.K: _
ul called Jacob her younger son, Starko ff19! a. m. ehowing1 the balano In quarter, and the Hoiith half nf theHoulhweet ,
Jacob felt he was at the house of her hair. Another day she stopped at the eln h. : 'NOTI'IO la
each ** of the month quarter. of the) Northeaiiquarter hereby given that un _
III slid unto him, Behold, thy God, and at the door of heaven. again before the statue and ad. Northbound local No 12, due in' flrnt tated. and the amount all In Hectlon twelve ( IX>. rtor and by vlrlu of a final, cl.Ieere.of .
brother Eaau as touching thee Starke 3:31: p. m. .......rltv by each. ..."h depolt4 Townwhlp oven ((7>, 8outh flange. fornvloMiir mad and rendered l by l
Would it not be a happy thing if mired It and got a new Idea. Next limited and amount. of lntert. paid or ur Twenty-on (11)) Kait. contalnlnu the Honnrabl A. Z. Adkl.... Judge
th Northbound No. 108
comfort himself, purposing to our churches were all such that day her tattered clothes were Ited during eald month by each eighty ((80) acre, more or lee. of the rirrult Court of the allth Ju.dl..I.1 ...
kin thee. Now Starke 9.66: en.Wannee. depository on account of eurp Clroult nf Klorlda, In and for
therefore, my son, p. ton and I each of you, are "
when we enter them could feel washed and mended. Each time
we daIly, balance nr time I deponlteWltne fore hereby required to appear to< Hradford County In dated
obey nr voice; and arise, flee thouto as Jacob then felt? she looked at the statue she found Branch *. my hand thl 30th day of the sail Dill of Complaint' au flleiavalnat April Z7th, 1811, \In f.hta cause therein f'

Laban my brother to Haran." In its beauties to admire No.. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m. Perember 1931. you, before the Clerk of thl. lately pitndlnr botwn the Kd I I a1*
something A. .1. ORIII'19. of Juno oral Lund Hunk of Columbia. llaln
Then court on the Rth day 133 101
bekah arranged for Isaac DAILY BIBLE THOUGHTS and copy until she was a trans and No. 102 arrives 2:40 p. m. County 8uprrlntiidnt the court house In $Htnrtco, Florida, tiff and J. M. Trilby, widower, .(.
to send Jacob to her brother La- daily except Sundays.T. otherwise, a D..cre* Pro Cnnfenpowill Bl, IX'fnilant, the undersigned' ,
formed child.
tan tn secure a wife from By beholding, we J. Griffin AgentBlue 'NOTK'K T<. OKIITOH' ANU tlltCL>- bot entered against you and eaih who va. therein appointed a. 8p. 4
among clnl Muntvr In jp
become'changed.. of you' for failure Cbunmry to ieulI-
Ma mother's relatives, and also to May IS 18. What that ITOII IT It lJt1hP Ihl r*o nolle the corn nil Monday, the
is the evidence ; n.lIh
eacap nth from The Road Ban Schedules Notice I I. hereby irlven that all b* publlehvd. one a week for four day uf a. durlnir: the l isat l
to Want
Esau. Iac'spOr -He that op- one has been born of God? 'I Dally effective Jan. 1, 1932. cmdltum. Icirata, dlHtrlbuteen and coneoutlv week In the Hradfnr hikiirn, of sale, befor tli* Court:
hi. )ilth about this time caused presseth the poor to Increase his "If know that is all periion havlnir claim acaln I'oiinty Telegraph a tiwpapiir. havln llauxn Unnr In Htwrk. Vlnrldn, Mull _
He .
ton family to riches and ye righteous, Northbound 5:03: a. m., 1:50:/ p. the ..tate of I* W. Klcklltvr de.ceaaeil general. circulation. In JJradford to th. hlich."t and hunt MilJor fur
but expect his early death be that giveth to the ye know that every one that doeth ', m., 4:59: p. m., 8:10: p. m. ar. hereby requeated. to pr.. County. Florida. cii.li, th* following' doorlbi-d, ","d., ,
h said to have lived forty rich shall surely come to want- righteousness* born of Him." "Be- Southbound 0:34: a. 12:31 Pont their claim to the Honorable This and day of May, A. D. 1931.O Hltunted. In Hradforil county, Viol" .; ,. :r
m., : p.
years alter Jacob Prov. 22 16. (100. A. (miner, rnunty jmlg of Ida. to-wlt: '
stole the bless- :
loved, let us love one another: for m., .:340 p. m., 12CO: a. m. lirndfurd rounty; : h.approval W. ALDERMAN That portion of III,J.(, of HWU of 'p
tegThen Who alone Is worthy to receive love Is of God; and every one that Tickets and Information at within:: on year a/r.r/ ;: date (Seal) Clerk Circuit: Court. NM%, and NWVt\ or Hr.:'. Ulnn ccci t '.
today's lesson beraof, or thl notlr will b* held In Bradford County Florida.. a, tltark and Hnnilornn I>uhllf I, i4
Jtco begin?, 'And honor and glory and power T An- loveth is born of God and knowetn Smith's Service Station, next to bar thereto and all pr.un. Indebted LAYTON 10 l 111 AY. Itnad. contalnlnw forty.nine aero, ::1 1

went out from Beersheba, swer, read-Rev. 4:11.: God." 1 John 2:29: ; 4:7.: courthouse. to ald estate are riU..td to Attorney fur Plaintiff' all In Section iiavvntren (II) Town r I

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u -- --u-n-- two (22) E..t of the Talialtasa... fv

Meridian In Hradford. coull y, KlorIfla 1 .
I DOROTHY DARNIT TharlcsMcManus; and nhown by plat of curve? I ,
made "
by H Ul Leg.rgr.n surveyor, .. ,'
'- ----- -_ ___ u_--_-_-_ on file with the federal Land n.ink .
i T.....E E'c-MI'3T: E.R 'l [I WHV, H E'5 *-1 7 of Columbia. 8.: (!. 0- <&&4j11f&
J'O [ HE WA> 5T4t-JOINO'J" A t oiISTO5JEfPAVMNT with the 5
HE tGOL 1.10 THE RooEc3roP( appurtenance. CaM' .al.) *
) ( IF'LAIFooTqIop
ACCEMA VNOER to lie made pursuant to eald ilecre* ", Lto
I ls-to'/COULD THAT 1 AMD THE SAFEHI atlfy th. am,. and cnit.
HE O 'THEV' WAY TwO lie3 SAFE '\NA'J! -" I
IHE I Dof\'YS THiNIu' T HIM A. SpecIal Maeter In -' I
'- A R' AGO JOEIN' HOiTS2.f ( :: 4 Chancery,
) : IUlne.vlll, Flu
% !I A HIGHDUIUQUVJ( $ ) __ : Attorney for Plaintiff.NOTICR .


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-s---- J'I NOTICK) IS HEKRHT CIIVBN.: that .
under and by virtue of that certain
decree of fornlnur and isle mad
.- and entered' nn the Sllth day of April

:: c, #; AH. IMS. by the Honorabl 11.. Z.
: ( Adkln. Judge of the circuit Court
L.OOp I.a / I \ of Hradford County, KlorMa, In t
\ Chancery sitting In that certain
iI ranee pending In 'paid. court wherein
-. C The Florida: National Hank cf Jack i

.. onvllie' a corporation, I I. plaintiff, .
A. and J, H. Kltch. et al., are defendant -
*, the underlirnd, a. Hpeulal .1 1
Master appointed by the court In It.
final. decree aforenalU, will offer
for sale and will cell In puruan.
.a;.*. Cs ,.. 1'l "\ '" ... of and 10 satisfy laid derre. at pub
lie outcry, to the highest and. bent .
)nlilder or bidder for caeh, b.tur. the
front door of the IlraOfurd County.
I ('"...'hou.., in the City of atarke.

Florida, on Monday, Jun SIb A. U

l MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET': By L. F. Van Zdxi ;/ / to l 1933>ay-wlt.,, within the between earn the being eleven legal'! hour a o'clock.level of I a Hale uile. m., ( '

and o'clock j(1'
Mltuate.oJ lying I.b.t;;: : Bradford

County, Klorlda.. d..>.rlbed a* fol. j
aiill.11utJ Iowa:
: :
The Northeast Quarter of th. t
PI.J."VIU Vortheaat Quarter ..t the Sou. t hen.t
l [.1: '
t8SThG NEwP""PEI2.IEAN. _ Quarter. ( Kxovpt 4.IK acre Wot uf 1fl
t'ublln Road and' the Mouth half of
!\ N JIOt.ol1' ____ the Nnrtheaet Quarter IheHuutttaet "
Quarter of Section U. '
WnY ComE HAS *>l OATS, ICC. HOU e 6, Range SS Kat, containing: SI.I .

FROZEN FRrVT fOR SoMi" acre more or. l laps. nr all the land .* .
ANOTHER! BEAU the Rout eld of Public Itoad.
one and on-half acre, beginning
dM at the Houtheaet corner' of the Ilouth.
ITIMPItObtAKI io-rr( seat Quarter of the 8oulhal Quar k4
ccIfNe,14a sasio, ter of Hectlim SI,). an 1UGI41ER Hly't North. Un* Hundred. five feet: thence
ll.DtM S'Cvcu.' Went Ills Hundred Thirty 1 feel
SAM Wi hence Mouth On. Hundred VI.. feet:
(f3r.tpn f hence Kaet Six Hundred Thirty feet
lot.tD to point of beginning

''TA Alao the Northeaet Quarter of the .
R307 Q PUTT5 HILl Northeast Quarter (except. Ulx acre)
In Boutheeet corner and also zcpc
Poticuc9wT on* ex-re lit. the Houthe/eet corner uf p1t
I'ITIk1 I Hectlon SJ; all being i In Townehlp. S
$731501p4G oI'l( Mouth Ran*;* SS SIsal) and eontalnIng .

I'IOTw 'T5.Jr1 In all Thlrty-l* acre and one- I
half, more or !I.**.
NAL5E. Together with all and elngular'
'otMOREf,(; '...1.:11: the tenement, hereditament and
1tRtoasus.\:) ",- 'UP itt appurtenance thereunto bclengtoar.
SRT'fllCCAT,0Nf4- ....AG1:> or In any wi.. appertaining. : Hbi
!.+, eST ThU Sith day of April, A. D. 1536. :
oT.t Cc.fJt 't.t. % 7 A. S. CRIII'/VS,
,OoUtItIQa.p: !
.. *'*%ou ._ .. Special Maclet '
A .... 4. I, yt i T i
.T: -. __ J. W. HAHRB1X. JacbaonvIi.
Attorney for I'laIDtU'.a If1, "


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ii shipping center. Evldentally Tampa and its followers turned their faces .
Bradford County Telegraph believes the ships would use toward their ruined homes in Dixie. I I II r- -

i I From Other Pens I j this canal if constructed, otherwise A grateful Southland has ever I RED By PEPPER"Red" I II kare

Established 1877FLORIDAPRESS there would be no such wholesale since rendered unto, them a full I I

__ _. _,.. 0-- opposition on its part to the ex- heritage of honor and. for many .00

penditure in Florida of a vast sum years has provided financial aid .In Laugh! and the world laughs with Classy

MEM.BER The Federal Nut Department of money by the federal government the form of pensions.But you. Cry and you stand the furniture -
all of the actual KAY
(Chicago Tribune) practically man oft another week. See.......,.. 'oncla' ,
ASSOCIATION If the canal Is not feasable from soldiers of the Confederacy have, in e prow Aaocy"
A news Item from Salem Oregon, &n economic standpoint as pointed the: roblngs of glory and in the
" .. 1Q32 0 'nays that the federal employes. in out In an article !In the Tribune of grandeur of defeat long since met It may be a bad old world, but Every now and then you hew
; ., Park will try getting out where you figure
mfL > Crater Lake Notional not be better Yet six some guy yappln' and frothln'
March 24, would It In: the dusk of eternity.; at
1' J"O'UJJa./l.Cl 2o2ida .., count the nuts the snuirrela store you can enjoy yourself better,
f 4'r I for Tampa and the Tribune to watt ty-seven years after Appamatox, the mouth about this and that and
wav this fall. Students of government and let the government: engineers the state of Florida Is paying prac- he'll usually wind up with; 'i tea I
1 to watch thus A dumb scholar' in a spelling
.... are advised decide this Important question tically a million dollars annuallyfor you, there ougUt: to be a LAW."
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class because here is the genesis of a class reminds me of dandrutf-
} rather than create the Impression Confederate pensions-at
: Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida !government: bureau.catch It one Is not Just always as- that Tampa Is selfish jealous, and for so-called Confederate pensions. always falling from head to foot. To hear some folks rave and carry .
\ possible opposed to what might be to the There could not have been many on, you'd think this was a LAW.
It breaks the shell From the To a lltle boy that had Just dial-
beat Interest of the state as a soldiers In the Confederate army LESS country.
:.W K. S. Matthews ____________________ Owner and Publisher Crater Lake research various reports whole T Government engineers are who actually saw service who were ed off of a lyric soprano doing her
will to Washington and stuff: "No, Johnny, the lady didn'thave
Jj J. C. Robinson _______________________ Managing EditorSUBSCRIPTION 'when they go come in a new set of now located at Lake Butler engaged under sixteen years of age when the piano on her foot. She I There may; be PLENTY the mat
I. in a survey of one of the the war ended and the youngest of ter with us, but noboby can stand
doorman, usher, super-
u offices with was singing.
t t assis- posed routes of the canal and pra-I these would now be eighty-three. up on their hind legs and make me
; RATE intendent, chief clerk: -
, ti the government will have The vast majority of these soldiers believe we're LAWLESS.
tant clerks, two stenographers, What fools we mortals be. Just
I;: ; $1.50 Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance clerks and a publicity a concrete nature that will enable were much older than sixteen, and racket
4 Yearly, ; three filing read where a man Is raising a tellln' that
the war department to make an but a corporal's guard of actual you when it cornea
will be required.In that the normal
Advertising Rates on Application agent Intelligent decision rather than listen combatants are now living. It is after reading to LAWS this country ain't takln'
force will be expanded I
i 1933 thia family consists of five, and he only
to the of thoseIn jff her bonnet to nobody. We
to meet the increased de- vague guesses\ self evident, therefore, that we are has four. got
" mands. It will then consist of favor of, or opposed to this great paying pensions to hundreds of more laws than any other Nation
j' Pay your poll tax. undertaking. people who never smelled gunpowder on earth, Includln' the Scandium-
field thirty envelope
fifty agents, Lives of great men oft remind us.
o addressers, two policemen, two No nation, state, city, or Indi- and who are obtaining money vlan, and what more we hold the
Things we really should have done.
' to vidual ever accomplished the under false pretenses. original patents on the most efficient
"' Poll taxes must be paid. private elevator operators, ten But at end of day you'll find us
worthwhile without there is born to There are hundreds of widows of and effective law-making machinery
o typesetters and pressmen.! Just a twlddlln' our thumbs.
+ Later there will be six chemists, someone 'an Idoa (though it may Confederate soldiers who are yet on record.

Eight days left to pay poll tax. two hundred forestry experts, ten seem an idle dream to many) then young women, many of whom Strawberries
get ninety-five
0- ten chestnut specialists soon, by cooperation, unselfish effort doubtless took into consideration 'per LAW, say the United States of
corn experts, the
cent of their food from air,
4 and untiring courage the ideaor the pension possibilities and privileges America has FORGOTTEN more
well informedas
Usually a lazy person's mouth [is kept busy. and ten agents says a news Item. Fine. We can.
to hickory nuts and paper shell dream becomes! a reality, so may of their tottering groom about LAW than some countries
tie the berry bushes by the
II In 1938 the bureau will It bo with Florida's cross-state canal wben they led him to the altar. up have ever LEARNED. We've turn

r Today last for candidate to qualify for primary. move pecans.into a building of its own wherever it might finally be These are drawing pensions and and roots throw and go a by handful: every of day dirt or on so ed'em out so'thick and fact we're

o and by 1940 the squirrel and rodent located as determined by the gov- will continue to do so for years to them and save the hoeing. Just naturally .dizzy with 'em.

department will be one of the foundations ernment engineers. come unless the laws changed.The We're so snarled up, hog-tied, and
''' Political rings of brass sometimes beat those of gold. of the government and the 11_ pension board Is powerless. NATHAN MAYO ANNOUNCES gummed up that even the LAW.

o secretary will be expected to deliver Mlcroncoplng Our Neighbors Do not think for a moment that -.---.- YERS can't figure.out how to untie

There is more sport in angling these days and less fish. thirty delegates to the Repuollcan (Lisbon. (Me.) Enterprise) we are against pensioning the real (Continued from page 1.) us.

+ national convention. In the Some of us have queer ways of I, Confederate soldier, or the companion will conclusively prove. I have no
' 4,4 o meanwhile the new bureau of government of his tolls and struggles in Nobody knows how many LAWS I
' looking at things at times. We fear but that the people of Florida
Old Sol with his rays has officially ushered in summer, may advise the citizens focus one eye on an object and the distressing period following the will approve of my policies of econ there are, or what they're all about j
civil war. To him and to her we or WHY. You hear a lot of talk!
how to live after the taxes have
-o close the other lest it discovers omy and impartial protection to
; reads "Oratory flows freely at .picnic." Ora- been.paid. something else.. owe an unliquidated debt of honor great agricultural and business Interests about LAW-ABIDING CITIZENS,[
There be enough acorns. and gratitude. However, we are but you point out to me and !
may Instead of'cultivating our Intellects of the state and will cor-
yt unwilling to have that honor and SWEAR to it and Til have you arrested -
toryt'o by allowing them to branch rectly interpret the issue in this
that gratitude divided those for PURGERY.
;: If out in many ways we hobble them among campaign and not place a political

k, 'It requires but little study to discover how little one If you can keep your. head when Into becoming single track minds. who earned it not, and who are mortgage upon the department of
drawing an old pension under When
all about you And a single track mind sees but age agriculture." the ALL WISE CREATOR

really knows. I Are losing theirs and blaming It one thing at a time,_n the guise of a Confederate pension.If "If the people of Florida permitme got around to the matter of layln'

o on you, the next legislature Is courageous I shall God down the LAW he was satisfied
As we sttftlLpIong the street we carry on, as givesme
The ballot Is an effective weapon when used Intelligently If' you cn.n' trust yourself when see refuse here and: there. It is un- and sincerely wants to reduce i the ability, the important work to limit 'em to TEN, and I Imaginehe
the cost of government, we suggest
8 a 'all men doubt you, sightly.,.And,,9uc mind, dwells upon which falls upon the commissioner figured out that If folks man
s' by the voters. But make allowance for their .. that point! _. J. that it give some consideration and of agriculture. I may make errors aged to observe HALF of them
0-- doubting, too; ) A few minutes later we may be thought to this matter but every thought and action will they'd be doin' well, but mankind

Signs:; of the times-Tax sales are being shoved aside If you can wait and not be tired I tossing a dicarded newspaper intoa With -0- Azaleas be based upon a sincere desire to went In for it in a BIG WAY.we've ;

by waiting, unmindful Proper Drainage live true to Ideals and made 'em by the thousand
f I corner, of the fact that my personal
until after the primary. Or being lied about, don't deal in we are doing the very things that Thrive In Lee County my public obligations" said Mr. and still we ain't satisfied.

o we condemn In others. (Estero Eagle.) Mayo.

i t ''f \ A woman is getting old when she considers candles Un- liesOr being hated, don't give way to We see where an improvement Is In returning from the State Nathan Mayo has served as commissioner The records show that In spite of
the so-called DEPRESSION
hating needed and to roast of agriculture a little
proceed our au-
on her birthday cake. Press Convention at Live Oak several
necessary laws in this
And yet don't look too good, nor thorities for not having It made. more than eight years. During passed over
o talk too wise. We orate, glowingly to our weeks ago the writer stopped that time he has established a reputation country In one year, and during the

1 It's a trip when husband and wife go together; when If you can dream and not make friends and cronies upon what of off Waldo at Earleton! to see, some our six good miles friendJ. east for diligence, executive abil- same lishmen period was the only poor able DUMB to think Eng up

; hubby leaves wifey home it's a vacation. dreams your master; ought to be done. S. C. Collins, the Azalea grower ity and unquestioned integrity In 250 for Great Britain. Tell me, we
We intimate that If the discharge of his duties.
even we
p U'0 If you can think-and not makethoughts were Mr. Collins has a beautiful placeon ain't HOT. And some folks itlll
the official la it would be .
your aim; question the border of Lake Santa Fe think we're LAWLESS.And .
human in that they think the
like beings
Chickens thus and
are If you can meet with triumphand so.\\ which once comprised part of the Waiving of Poll

neighbors' garden greens are better. disaster We wander around town and size old plantation of General Earle, a the guys that are askin' you j

o And treat these two. Imposters up the various homes and their surroundings Civil War veteran, now long since Tax Payment Is to send 'em to Congress and the I

'If salaries of office holders are cut too much, perhaps ((1)) Just the same; If .3 needs dead. Declared legislature or the City Council an I
repairing Illegal.
If you can bear to hear the truth f\ince"\ or a To this plantation In the old days all PROMISIN' more laws, while f

+ there wouldn't be any candidates to vote for. you've spoken hedge needs trimming or some came Baron von Luttichua, an Austrian you stand out In the crowd and I

+ 1, ; u Twisted by knaves to make a rubbish needs removing we are nobleman, who wooed and Attorney General Cary D. Lan- shout "A-MEN" and "HALLE-|

trap for fools, v quick to take It all In. Such conditions won the daughter of General Earlein die advised an inquirer that residents LUJAH."
rimes Union baseball its start when Exe stole
says got are not pleasant, and shouldbe of Jackson cannot
Or watch the things you gave marriage. The Baron proved to county
first. 'And Adam was chased out of the grandstand. your life to broken corrected: be an expert horticulturist and un- legally vote in the June primaries The FT. MYERS NEWS-PRESS S

1 p. 0--- And stoop and build 'em up with But It doesn't occur to us to compare der his supervision extensive! ex- without first paying their poll recently suggested that some guy I

worn-out tools those conditions with the conditions periments in culture taxes and that a reported agree- for offlcfl
: grape were be ORIGINAL and run
nine candidates settled for the
With for
governor race, that exist around our own conducted in connection with the ment of candidates and county of- on the PROMISE to REPEAL at!

we should be able to get one governor out of the lot If you can make one heap of all home U. S. Department of Agriculture.He ficials to waive the poll tax requirement least 100 of our worn out antiquated -

t --0--- your winningsAnd That heap of decaying refuse In also originated the Luttichau has no legal effect what- LAWS before voting forfj
risk it on one turn to pitch
our yard Is our business. Others Peach which is still listed by some ever. ONE new one. If you ask me, It's!
If out of anything else to do peddle ties. and
you run you can toss should not see it.
of thn Florida nurseries. One The Florida Times-Union of a GOOD IDEA and rm for It, butf
r+ Starke Telegraph. Neck or R. R.?Umatilla Tribune. And lone and start again at your Little Miss So and So spends too daughter survived tile Baron, who Jacksonville published a dispatch I can't myself believe we'll eve

o beginningsAnd breath word about much time on the streets for a Is the wife of Mr. Collins. from JUarlanna saying county candidates see that kind of a Santa Claus.
never one child of her"age. The Collins home is on a ridge and county commissioners
: And we will have with us always those who turn on loss I
up your ; We tand her
can na JJnder what
overlooking Lake Santa Fe, surrounded -I met there Tuesday and decided to And bye and bye we'll send another -
election day and confess they forgot to their poll tax. If you can force your heart and mother la thinking about The
4 yf pay by some of the native permit all white democrats to vote group of ""FIXERS" up tI
-o i nerve and sinew. child will surely come to some bad hammock growth of moss draped in the primaries without paying Tallahassee and hand 'em our nH

To serve your turn long after end. Some mothers are blind to oaks, magnolias and other trees. their poll taxes. The news story and
Cocoa Tribune has discovered that each county is in little ball of yarn to try unj
t they are gone. the faults of their
own Adjoining is a pecan orchard. said the decision was in line witha tangle. Then you and I will go favor of laying off of road construction-in other counties. And so hold on when there is Our child running around too t *
Down near the lake shore is an Jackson county custom of some about our business and leave It <

v+ s tl o nothing in you much you say? How dare you Intimate enormous live oak (said to be one years standing.The the LOBBY-L7ZZARD3 to give thef

j '. ''Shine goes round and round when it runs through the them Except, "Hold the on.will" which 'says to such a thing' Genevieve is of the largest in the state). Underits attorney general's opinion boys a helptn' hand If they haPpeto

perfection personified; the dearest gigantic spreading branches, was in reply to an Inquiry from a need It.
+ k copper worm and it gives the round and round sensation to If you can talk with crowds and and sweetest child: in the world we were told the slaves used to 'Bay county citizen who protested

'' human worms. keep your virtue, What would you have us doT congregate to eat their meals. the apparent Injustice "of the pea They will "Whereas" and "The

a 1 Or walk with kings.-nor lose J Keep her penned up in a dark room There is a boat house on the lake ple of Jackson county being allowed fore" and "Say Which" back and!'

o the common touch; where she can never see the light housing a fine little boat with a the franchise and those of Bay forth until the Speaker says "AU

;''e ; Radio quacks are being romped on by medical men, says If neither foes nor loving friends of day? The Ideal some women "kicker" engine on the stern and county, who are by circumstances those In favor say Aye." And thH

headline. As long as they don't sing-song their remedies. can hurt you are just natural born busy bodies! many are the fishing trips enjoyed unable to pay this tax deprived of we've got ANOTHER LAW.

let 'em quack. If all men count with you, but The town's beat known young by Mr. Collins on Lake Santa Fe, : their ballot." The inquirer referred

not too much, flapper goes'and gets engaged to for he is an enthusiastic fisher- directly to the newspaper story. But wait a minute, maybe wj

o If you can fill, the unforgiving Mr. Moneybag the distinguishedbanker I The opinion not only said the AIN'T. Even after it Is passed anJ

Exchange wonders just how far to the rear generals minute. of Snobvllle. Of course, he man.Near the house"are some enor- situation reported In Jackson was I signed and sealed and publish*"

would locate themselves if the new weapon with a thousand With sxty seconds: worth of dis- is just a weeblt older than she Is, mous Azalea bushes-the largestwe I contrary; to Florida law but added we ain't REALLY got anyt--

tance run. but so refined, and sedate, and ever saw. These larger ones, that it might invalidate state-wide We Just THINK we have.

{ rQf thing that's in it did care muon for the younger set. Baron von Luttichau from India S Walt until we try to ENFOF

f A suggestion has been made that the Swedes liquor system man, my son.-Rudyard Kipling.The She Is so Intellectual I more than fifty years ago. In the CANDIDATES AREREQUIRED It. We find that It I la I Just so muC
0 And Blanche Drowne Is to marry winter they are a blaze of gorgeous TO FILE HOOEY Some trick LAWYER wllj

i be tried in this country. The two countries might swap Florida Cross-State Canal that old bald headed miser, Jerry pink flowers that are a,wonderful EXPENSE ACCOUNTS take it to the LAW and prove ItUl

? their systems and see which is the wettest. "-' Tightwad:' And It's a shame Her sight to see. Two years ago we full of holes like a SWISJ

i o (Wllllston Sun.) mother wilt rue the day she allow obtained a few young Azalea plants Candidates must' file an Initial CHEESE. The Attorney Gene

Nation-wide publicity was last ed her daughter to marry: for mon- from :Mr. Collins which were set will rear up on his hind legs anj
account of this
"All major acts of 1931; session have stood test" reads expense by Friday
a week given to the proposed Florida ey. But what can you expect from out at Estero on the bank of a nat- week In order to them say "So and So" and Old Judgl

:1 Starke Telegraph headline. Yes; but they must be approved cross-state canal by no less a I the daughter of such a mother ural ravine which runs In from the selves for the June primary.qualify Whosit will DECIDE somethjaj\

( by the next legislature. Ah! there's the rub.-Crestview personage than the great columnist And there you are! We never flatwooda. These have done so well Failure to file such an accountIng else again. Then, the SUP

Brisbane. Mr. Brisbane says, seem to be able to search out our that we obtained a dozen more I II or either of two following COURT will find where somebody!
'What' all.American shipping Interests own shortcomings before puttingthe I plants on the occasion of our recent statements debar the candidate left out a comma and there's
o Is canal across Flor microscope on our neighbor's. and
need a visit. from again offering himself as a "WHEREAS" too many,
ida connecting the Atlantic Ocean ---er-- One thing Azaleas must have You guys that took It serious anj
office in the
IJ Clermont must be'a regular cut-up town according to candidate for political
with the Gulf of Mexico making it Shadows on the Thin Gray Line above all else, and that is drainage Democratic PAID your TAXES were either t

t the editor of the Clermont Press, who says s "The best known unnecessary for ships from eastern I Second in Importance Is certain second primary.The account TRUSTING or just plain IGN

siren ports bound for the Gulf States to (Tallahassee Dally Democrat) amount of in the soil. expense RANT and knows tba|
is owned by the fire department but there are others "The muffled drums sad roll has acidity must be filed between May 26-30 everyone
travel all around the end of Flor- Being a semi-wild plant by nature, IGNORANCE of the LAW excuse
} more attractive and painted just as red beat with the final accounting not later
ida, more than a thousand miles of they delight in partial shade with NO ONE.
The soldier's last tattoo than 10 days after the date of the
---oAs sailing wasted on each trip." AgainIn plenty of leaf mold around their -
1 No more on life's parade shall meet primary. t I
a speech he told the Miami roots. This supplemented with, a Just why we can't FIND OUTthe
exchange out the root of all .
one points our governmental committee of hundred That brave.and fallen few. LAW I 1iny
one plentiful supply of well rotted cow beginning; whether a
troubles can be traced to the fact that voters will cast ""That construction of a canalacral' On Fame 'mal camping ground manure, makes them grow off vigorously. CARD -OF THANKS good or not la something I neVJ

their ballot for the best handshaker and the fastest talker in Florida would be a' sane Their silent tent- are spread. They should do equally We sincerely thank the kind er could understand, but I supPf fill

a, preference to those men capable of finding! a remedy for our economic step and would bring .And glory 'guards with solemn' well on the high hammock lands friends for their assistance and our LAWYERS and JUDGE en liwt
much wealth to the state"He Oiloosohatchee river have to
new round j bordering the sympathy In our bereavement and tad their hired help
troubles. further stated that he was Informed !l The bivouac of the dekd.". and the Imperial river at Bon- for the beautiful floral offerings < like the rest of us, and boW

o that steamship traffic I Ita Springs. "Honest 'and conscientious, theyloped |
.. Rule B. Johns and family.
around the tip of Florida exceededby These lines.)written many years Azaleas are among the most out this plan to* Insure the/

"The nation has enjoyed unlimited prosperity since Mr. one-third the traffic through ago of our heroic Confederate dead, I gorgeous flowers of the Southland crimped around the branches with they'll earn their MONEY, 0

? Hoover's election. Now can you tell one-Avery Powell ,in the Panama canal each year. referred to the soldiers oj the Lost They flower profusely during the some soil In' them. For this reason maybe It's OUR money **y*

T.-U. How's this? A man came out of the tax collector's of- The Tampa Tribune Is opposed to Cause who fell in battle. Since winter season and have the additional he Is able to sell these fine young you wrestle with the problem for

y fice smiling after paying his taxes. Umatilla a ship canal, possibly becau; a it is I I that time, practically all of their I advantage that they with plants at an unbelievably low price. while It's got me GOOFY.
Tribune. convinced that it la not a wise economic comrades In arms have Joined them stand any amount of cold to which! He also ships pecans by mall to

a,, They're smiling when they pay them in Bradford.-Starke undertaking but more probably oa "the other side of the river" we may be subject in this latitude. the customer direct from his grove.If And when you get tired go
I Ia )
Telegraph. Always have known that Bradford county folks because it Is afraid that if the and are "resting In the shade of the Mr. Collins has a novel way of you have ample drainage bet HALL and tell the W0t

were good natured.-Umatilla. Tribune. canal is constructed Tampa will treeSt.xty..n years ago the I propagating them by rooting them ter try some Azaleas In your home "THERE OUGHT TO BE:

ar t lose much of its importance M a Stan and Ban were furled forever la condensed milkcans that are garden. LAW."


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