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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 20, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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FRIDAY. MAY 20 1932 NUMUKIt TII'P'NTY' -NINE
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S-\ct Musical-Comedy, "Oh, Doctor GSS v To the Editor-of the Bradford Heirs Contest OVER FOR TAXES Infant's I f Death ';; : :

!" Tonight at Clubhouse County Telegraph. '
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Dear Sir: 1
I waa astounded to read a few '':,. I
bl OooompoiMxl>> Body of IJnd-
Listen, everybody! Get all set days ago statements by prominent Alvarez Will County !after county In Florida ny Badly i
for the funniest, peppiest most colorful Democrats that they were engagedIn Is losing 50 per cent of Its tax roll I 1000rah Baby Found I Thuriulity
musical comedy ever stagedin % "putting a chock under the because confiscation of property I

Starke. Too, there will be clever Roosevelt bandwagon." A state- by taxation has set In, Gordon .13. s I Hopewell, N. J. May 13.-TU :'.
Impersanationa of various celebrities (- ment like this from such a source l>rmI"lon for Public Library Held Knowles, Bradenton lawyer, and Lindbergh baby Is dead; murdered, G[

of the stage and the air-to deserves the careful considerationof By AdkliM to Bo Null state commander of the American brutally '. ,
say nothing of a play with a plotso 7Aa all patriotic Americans. The and Void Legion, told his buddies In Talla I Discovery of the child's skeleton I; "

absorbing and baffling that the r e only possible cause of any Ameri- hassee Monday night. was mad by William Allen, negro !
end will come as complete surprise. 4 can citizen's opposition to the can In a suit brought by MesdamesN. The Legion commander and truckman.. His truck, driving the 'I I< +'
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There Is a formula wanted by four didacy of Franklin D. Roosevelt D. Wainwright, J. L. Frazee, Mrs. Rupert Smith, Arcadia, president At. 1 llo t'well-Mount Rosa highway, :itI
people and It appears and disap- l.t that he is almost sure to be Eunice Canova and Emma Canova; of the state department Aux -- had halted, and Allen had left It to H?j i "

pears with the agility of a Mexican 4. elected if he gets the Democratic heirs of the;late J. W. Alvarez iliary, each spoke before a Joint STAFFORD C.\I.U\\F.I.I. I|' enter the woods. ),, fit

jumping bean, or our own American nomination.Let against Messrs J. M. Alvarez and meeting of the local post and Auxiliary Titmlldata for Governor Brush and undergrowth blocked :'

fleapausing just long enoughto HON. CAKV A. HARDER us see who Is interested In N. D. Wainwright administratorsand members, held In the Legion Major H. 13. Hnrnett of Jackson. I his pAth. He stooped and pushed 'J.: ,
detected and then-presto! chock under) the Roose- home A supper was served just It aside '
be putting a executors of the estate of J. W. villa, will address the voters In J'. '
It's gone. Notwithstanding the slings and velt bandwagon. Going back a Alvarez, deceased, it Is understood before the speaking and a dance Starke Friday night May 20th. at Beneath the brush, underneath a

Mortimer Eddens (Lenthal Way- arrows of the opposing candidates : few years we see Mr. Rascob Judge" Adklcs will today rule that followed the program. About 80 8 o'clock, in the Interests of Mr. layer of rotting leaves lay the .

man), mlddle- ,ged chemist has he' still holds his place as leader)I amassing great wealth by doing provision relating to & memorial persons attended.) Cnldwell'a candidacy. Major Barnett !1!' ;:

concocted this formula for Nervo In the campaign for the governor, work for the DuPont Interests that library null and void. Col. J. L. Commander Knowles quoted la an eloquent speaker and Clinging to the decomposed body i"i"body ;
but refuses to part with It His ship. The contest for second placeIn other men, who were better known Frazee represented the heirs con. Chief Justice. Marshall who, 100 will have an Interesting talk. Major was a weather-worn flannel that !" e

dissatisfied wife (Annie Mae the race lies between three other and had higher affiliations, were testing carrying out of the will. years ago said that "The power" to Barnett will also speak In Waldo I had kept the baby warm that f. i r, q

Pearce), takes matters In her own candidates, with the chances at this unwilling to do. His political complexion The late J. W Alvarez, In addi- tax la the power to destroy. The Friday afternoon at 3 I, night of) March 1 when his nurse .,,
bands, believing that she can justify tlmo apparently favoring former was not of any Importance, tion to bequests to the Woman's truth of the dictum Is beyond o'clock- tucked. him Into his crib These .., ,
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her means to attain her point Governor Martin. Before the closeof and therefore the fact that he wasa Club and the Baptist Church pro doubt, Knowles said, and today shreds of baby clothing were Identification i '

when the show-down comes. She the campaign Governor Hardee Republican, controlled by Re- vided that certain property be soldas the American people and particu- Electors enough; these and the i'
also encorages the suit of Patricia will address the citizens of publicans, and doing work for Republican soon as practical and the proceeds larly Florida people, are danger- Seven matted., curly blonde hair. .
the destruction line of '
(Mary Canova), wealthy suitor i ford county at the court Brad-I' interests and Republican be used In rebuilding and re- ously near i A compound fracture of the skull ': I
(Kirk Lewis). She likewise discourages Starke. The date for his address capitalists was not given a great modeling the house now occupiedby property through taxation. Peopleare caused death.! The murder evidently 1
the attentions of Dr. Jim will be announced later. deal of emphasis, so a few years Col. Frazee for a library build- not paying their taxes because I Will Be Chosen wan done very soon after ; f'h'
later when Mr. Rascob turned up to be known the "J. W. Alvarez they cannot, he said, and this within
(Red Montleth), poor but: honestyoung tog, as the kidnapping, probably an
doctor. Gerrill, professional with several million dollars to lend Memorial Library." The will means the few left who can pay hour. A mad man apparently

crook (William Dobrow), is to the Democratic executive com- further specified that the property are made to pay more than their June PrimariesTen muscled cither: by an Intense hat
Health Contest share to make the difference."I .
he was hailed with joy, as up
highly satisfactory as the vllllan mittee was then to be deeded to the city red or an overpowering fear, struckthe
convert to Democracy, and was have been paid all the government described / r. '
who hopes to get the formula by a and county;jointly.It child dead. I'hyslclons
or foul. Humor Is fur- made a wheel-horse In the party, Is understood that this pro- owed me; so have you, it as a "terrifIc" blow +
fair means
and other veteran who has Uwimrrntrt and Toil Republican
Held Saturday finally reaching the chairmanship vision of the will was held by Judge every
the
rll hed by Patricia's country cous There was a possibility baby
borrowed his certificate -
Democratic committee, after ; money on Will Iliivo Their Name"
in (Elizabeth Boring) and her hick of the Adkins to'bd void because of the i ," the commander said in had been hurled violently from a 1i '
sweetheart (Dr. R. W. Martin). -- he had sewed It up with debts so "vagueness" or because no certain of the bonus. After the Printed On Ballot motor car. # f
great that It was Impossible to amount wall set out by the deceased speaking s
the bad little daughter of State of New Jersey made
police
Kitty, The Annual 4-H Health contestwas veterans have received as muchor
the Eddens' (Lucy Ann Dew) con held at the Starke Woman's discharge them and him with to be expended on such remodeling more money than was claimed Ten Democrats and ten Republicans the identification of the body. A Pf g1

stantly gets her elders in hot wa Club Saturday, May 14th, under them.We of the building for the owing them by the government, seek election as presidential physician added confirmation. Lat "'I; ,
ter. The colored maid, ,(Sunni, the direction of Miss Pearl Jordan, find Mr. Rascob, the fetch- purpose It was to be used. on what basis of honesty and good electors for their respective partiesIn er Miss Betty Gow, the baby's

Canova) and her unwilling father- County Demonstration Agent and-carry man of the DuPont (lp* faith can veterans now go back to next month's primaries. nurse, said she was quite certain\ !

in-law (Charles Fender) have a The girls assembled! In the auditorium terests, pretending to have retired ELECTION INSPECTORS) congress and say dig up two billion Each of the two parties will have the body wall that of the Llndbcrgh ;.\ .. J Faa,
pitched battle of wits. at 10( o'clock with 89 from business, organized a cor- CANNOT TAKE BALLOTS dollars vmore, the commander seven electors- gain of one due ; child. ,
"Oh, Doctor!" Is being directed( from the different clubs in the poration to buy the Waldorf-As FROM POLLING PLACEFlorida asked 1"We to the population Increase shownIn The parents themselves remain

by Miss Mae Matthews, of the county present. Mist! Ruby Keown, toria property, and then another cannot do It and keep the 1930 federal census and to ed completely in the background. ii,

Triangle Producing Company, ot district home demonstration agentof corporation to acquire that prop law docs not permit election faith," he said. "The American the gain of a fifth congressman. Mrs. Lindbergh and her mother, t Tak i
Greensboro, N. C. The Woman's: Tallahassee gave a talk on erty and build the Empire building, inspectors to take ballots Legion kept faith-and that's why Whllo the candidates for the Mrs Dwight Morrow, were at the '
Club Is this production the greatest building in the world. for electoral positions run In seven Hopewell estate. Col. Lindbergh. I ,
sponsoring "What It Takes to Make A 4-H away from the polling place the national and state conventionshave tit (
and It promises to be the best o( Club Girl. Dr. W. E. Middleton Al Smith, the leader of the Democratic voters to mark elsewhere Attorney resolved against further bonus groups, all are voted upon by the WRit absent, engaged In the baby

the season. The choruses range, was assisted In scoring the health party, who was repudiatedat General Carey D. Landis (Apr. or bounty to able-bodied vet state at large. There are two contests hunt with Curtis, the Norfolk "in. ((1

from tiny tots up. There will be, I girls by Miss Rosa Moore, Mrs. Ar- the polls four,years ago under 11)) Informed an inquirer. erans," he said. "And that la whyI In the Democratic group and termedlary," He returned early '

convicts and Harlequins, gangsters, wood and Miss Juanita Dukes. Mil Mr. Rascob's management, has "All electors are required to am going around and going over .three among the Republicans. thin morning. r,
and dolls- -all of which point to dred Hundley directed the girls in spent his entire fortune, If be had come to the polling place and mark this history with the posts and reminding The electors', names will appear Clone friends said Mrs. Lindbergh '

an absorbing evening: from start to thirty minutes of recreation. Miss any, in his effort' to reach the pres- their ballots in a private booth them of our obligations." on the general election ballot Instead who Is preparing for another )
finish. Give yourself a treat and Keown then scored the posture idency, and Is heavily In debt, to provided for that purpose and to Business Is stagnated and one of the name of the party's baby in the late summer, had accepted t '
"Oh Doctor at the Woman'sClub the executive committee chairman. ballot box nominee for president of the United the news with her. "usual (; .(
see !! girls, which was followed with the deposit the ballot in the of the things' that has done It la + i"
tonight at 8:15: o'clock. I lunch hour. Mr.* Rascob, If not In money at themselves," the attorney general'sopinion taxation and the fear of more States. The party group receiving equanimity. y

The program for the afternoon least for his present Income and stated. taxes' the commander said. Let the most votes will meet One of the strange, wind jests of ;

was as follows: future prospects. "Where an elector Is unable to the bounty advocates quiet down at the Capitol here In January to the horror that for 73 days had ,
not changed. He Is ballot without assistance, vote aa members of the clectorlul turned the Sourland estate of the
has his
Talk-Miss Mary Keown. Smith mark and give business processes a b
Hathaway QuitsGovernor's Salad Contest ((1)) Rebecca the same astute politician that he I the statute requires that two memo chance to work us out of this depression college. One member of the group Lindberghs Into tragic heartbreak +t I

Monds and Alva. Fowler of Lake ever was; he Is as good a man as bers of the board of inspectors he counseled. He said will take the' vote to Washingtonwhere house wall the discovery of the '"

Butler; ((2)) Mary Elizabeth Wynn he ever was; he Is as firm a friendof shall assist the elector. One mem- the country faces a financial and the official canvass will be body virtually at Its doorstep. 1. Pi, '
Race and Edna Harrison of Hampton; Franklin D. Roosevelt as he ber of the board cannot act alonein taxation crisis The American held.The Running through the brush- (t' L i'

((3)) Frances Hemingway and Myr- ever was, but Smith has changedhis this respect." Legion can either hinder by selfish candidates for Democratic grown land, and passing within 75 i.
tlce Ford of Starke: Ozena Greenand financial allegiance. He is tied e demands or help by saying, as the presidential electors. are: fet of the baby's burial place Is ;; f. .A/
Jerrv W. Carter. Jr.. 1.
Group one- wire. It strung ,
Brooker Rascob and the DuPont a telephone wall ,;
Give Nettle Parrlsh of ; up with ATTACKS ON CANDIDATESARE Legion said In 1917: "Here we
Financial Reason for Discontinuing Tallahassee and C Spark--
Hugh world
the
Mizelle that he can not move ? hurriedly, to carry to ( +
Lawanna Thomas and Lola interests, so BARKED stand, one million men and women }
Ills CampaignThe of Little Springs; Martha Wells hands or feet, and he was forced ready to serve, willing to put coun- man, Daytona Beach news of the baby huntand its excited 1 i
for the Demo- Group two-W. V, Lanier, Tam messages of hope, new clues* fit' ,
and Grace Wells of Lawtey. into a candidacy Beginning today any person who try above self, resolved to keep
race for the Democratic Mildred Phil- nomination for president after Imminent discoveries passed hardly
Table Setting-(1)) cratic publishes or circulates new charges faith with our generation"Knowles pa.Group
Dor-
nomination for governor of Floridawas of Theressa had said that he citizens three-George M. more than whisper-distance from
lips and Doris Brown ; he repeatedly candidate for any office said many .
narrowed to eight Tuesday Lewis and Irene Lewisof for Roosevelt and would against a of the veterans, man, Jacksonville. the object tit the hunt.
Ruth he was
((2)) In the state Is liable: to a fine of including some four-Willard W Ayres, (
with the announcement that' Dr. Rising; ((3))' Geraldine Johns and not, under any condition, enter the $1OOO and a year's Imprisonment. do not understand tho bonus ques- Gainesville.Group The spot where the body waR i rIe

Fans A. Hathaway had officially Louise Snyder of Starke; Marjorie race. A state law provides this penajty tion. lie urged the service men W. Fairbanks found I I" thick: grown scrub. The ;
five-William
withdrawn from the contest. Dr.. Johns and Lillian Tucker of .Hamp It Is from this source that we for anyone convicted of making a to reJedlcate themselves and the Group Gainesville Ammon MC- brush now Is heavy-leaved, Infilled
Hathaway gives financial reasons hear, "Put a chuck under the candidate dur Legion to unselfish service to their ; with a heavy grass. Dead leaven d'
charge against any Collier and Charles r s
for his action.Dr. ton.Those taking part in the Health Roosevelt bandwagon.;" the eighteen days "next pre- disabled comrades and to the Clellan, City form a patch carpet over the '
ing 1(. Pen, Tampa.
Hathaway has been makingan and Posture contests) were: Why are these powerful Interests ceding the primary," unless a copy cause of country, which he Bald six Herbert W. Fisher ground.
active campaign and has visited Health Contest-Marie Thede, opposed to Franklin D. Roosevelt? of the charge is personally served now faces problems graver than Group -- Shortly after 3 p. m. yesterday a
more than two-thirds of the coup Lois Moore, Alene Rosier, Grace The answer can be found in recent the candidate against any In Its peace time history He Fernandlna. truck hauling timbers to be used In
ties in the state, making close to Arwood Nettle Parrish, Edna McKinney history without going Into whom upon It Is made at least eighteen I urged reduction of taxes and deflation -II Group seven--G. T. McClellan, a moving job stopped beside the j :

100 speeches according to a prepared Alma Murrhee, Alberta the great question of Democratic days prior to the primary.The of government activIty.The Frlnk.The candidates for Republican road. Allen left the truck and
statement issued In Jackson Hlnson Lucile Torode, Francis principles. Governor Roosevelt is primary will be held June 7, Legion commander referredto went into the brush. sj
electors :
ville announcing his withdrawalfrom Hemingway, Pauline Priest, Nell opposed to most of the big cliques making the eighteen-day limit effective the "red" and "pink" menace, presidential E. W.1:are Abbott, Melbourne Horrified at what he saw Allen 1 1 ) M
the race. McEarchen. Marie Tyson and now controlling the Republican but brushed them aside with the Group one- ran back to the road and called I f
His formal statement of with Juanita Dukes. party, and through that party Several May other 19. little-known provisions statement that the country facesa and. W..Miles II. O'Neal, Orlando.Tam-. Orville Wilson. When Wilson.( ; k t
two Draper,
drawal follows: Senior Posture (1)) Ozena Green, domineering the country. of law concerning political real menace not represented. in Group viewed the body he said: ; ;

'For financial reasons only, 1 I (2))-Francis Hemingway, (3) Mary When Roosevelt became Gover- campaigns and conduct of electionsare threats of fire and Invasion. He pa.Group three--,John F. Walter, "What are you going to do?" j'' 11 .g
am unable to continue the fight Lucile Torode, Edna McKinney, nor of New York nearly four years to be found on the state stat said the state should not try to Allen said:
for the Democratic nomination for Alva Fowler and. Pauline Priest. ago he carried the state by over ute books. give one a living, but should be Daytona Beach.four. -F. Anderson "I am going 'to notify the state u e
governor !in the approaching primaries Junior Posture' (1) Marie 200,000 majority, although his run- Some of them: strengthened In Its purpose of protecting Group Ray police." H e'

and am, therefore, givingmy Thede, ((2) Alberta Hinson, ((3)) ning mate for the presidency was All political literature circulated the Individual while he goes St.Group Petersburg.five--C. C. Aunherman, The police found the shallow

friends and supporters noticeof Marie Tyson and Marjorie Mlzelle.SATSUMA defeated by nearly twice as much. prior to the primary must be sign- about the duty of earning a liveli Lauderdale and Josh Mizell, grave on a slight slope. The child's
my decision to withdraw from in New Fort form face down and the depression >
This gave him a strength all advertisements hood. Everyone who brings on lay p)1
ed and political Gorda. riT.'t :
Punta
the race that they may choose MEET York state that enabled him to destroy In must be higher taxes Is aiding and abet- In which it rested was so I J
GROWERS TO appearing newspapers six Herbert L. Anderson -
from among the list of candidates the Influence of the powerfultrust marked "Paid Advertisement." ting the "red" menace which spells : Group :slight as to Indicate that efforts 't
remaining the one whom they will which had already fastened socialism, communism or some oth- I Jacksonville. I to conceal had been very hurried. ( ,
Satsuma. orange Any newspaper assailing a can- Julia A. Aldrich, '
of
Group seven-
support."In A meeting the great St. Lawrence er "Ism" foreign to American County Physician Charles Mitchell 't
Its grip upon
heldIn In the primary or allowingfree
In this section will be didate Miami and T. Sherwood Hodaon,
announcing my withdrawalI growers here next Wednesday project. He tore them loose space to another for such purpose ideal, Pyramiding taxes and government Homestead.W. examined the body. }
wish to thank my friends for the courthouse and the people of New York of attacked costs and doing nothing to "The baby was struck a fearful t ?
at 2 o'clock. At gave must upon request R. Belle Penaacolu, was a
25th, ,
their confidence and the loyal supPort May officials of the Florida the benefit of such power as may candidate publish, free of cost any bring them down Is the great men- candidate for Republican electorIn blow on the head," he said. "The ,
which they have given my this meeting be developed within that state at make. ace against our political and economic skull was fractured clear across '
hand to be In favorof
will be on reply may six but withdrew
candidacy up to now. Under the Citrus Exchange prices commensurate with the of literature against' structure, he declared He group the top. There Is a hole over the t
for Distribution .
op- his
circumstances: I am taking the only discuss with growers house plans at Starkefor price of production.In I a candidate on primary election professed to see no difference' In opponent.. right ear. The lower left leg: Is
course open to me. I have simply erating packing doing this he took the entire the ultimate result and said ml Ming."

exhausted my personal resourcesand handling the Satsuma A full attend-orange power question In New York out day Managers is prohibited.and clerks of generaland whether property is destroyed by LOANS VA1LAIILK? Foxes prowl through the desolate +" s ,'
section. :
It Is solely on this account thatI crop of this of the control of the National Government primary elections must allowas revolution or by confiscation of FOR FALL CHOPS woods. {
am ance of growers Is urged. It intra- matter. State police took of the r
taking this. step. have been completed by making an many as three watchmen at all high taxes does not charge
Arrangements state proposition, not even influenced that the ballots are Knowles said there still was body and the Lindbergh were no
of the times to see
RECEIVES SENTENCE by the committee by the International aspectof read and called while be- time to turn aside, however, and Washington, D. C., May 11.- tified.
local Business Men's Club, working the Canadian Interest In the St. correctly save the situation and this the The Department of Agriculture today S I
Blanche Roberson and Frank La- with Mr. NIX, of the Seaboard Lawrence river. As a result, ing counted. Legion was endeavoring to do In Its advised Senator Trammell that Clermont Construction of 9- '
Rue, charged with murder in the Railway for securing a suitable farmers all over New York are state and national bodies, and he the Department had decided that I I hole niblick and putter course +;I SeY
first degree and found guilty of building for use by the Florida Citrus electric power at nearlythe LIME-SULMIL'K; STOPS pleaded to have the help of all local farm loans could be made for fall commenced on south ground of '
Representatives of, getting CRAPE MYHTLE MILDEW In Florida that would be har- ,
manslaughter by a Jury in circuit Exchange. same rates paid by manufac- poets crops Palm Park Inn
court Jast week, were each sentenced the exchange were In Starke a few turers, regardless of the fact that vested by December 31st. This I la Avon Park-J. B. Moore of k
Friday to serveone yearn days ago and accepted the site selected their consumption of power Is small Crape myrtle mildew can be deformed and in severe cases will a modification of the previous rul- Pennsylvania, acquired Kirkwood
state prison. and at the meeting called against the manufacturer: large ) stopped by spraying: thoroughly prevent the plant from blooming.The ing by the department that loans Poultry plant near here.
Dewey Williams withdrew his for next Wednesday the officers of requirements.Mr. !'with a 1-80 commercial lime-sul, fungus which causes the coat-' would not be made for such crops River Junction Chattahoochoe "

plea of not guilty to breaking and the exchange and growers will Roosevelt Immediately in- I. fur, according to Erdman West, i ing Is readily killed by the lime- On yesterday Senator Trammell swimming pool officially opened.;.

upon entering his plea of guilty complete- their plans for handlingthe augurated as governor a campaignto mycologist with the Florida Experiment sulfur spray. made'protest to the department for summer season. r 4
was next season. 'Station. against the previous ruling and the
sentenced to three years. fruit relieve the landa of New York
wmie Thomas found guilty of Marion from taxation and within the second The mildew can be distinguishedby Plans underway for new athletic new attitude of the department Is that loans: would not be made for ; i {

freaking and entering by a Jury, Jacksonville: Frances of his administration( ev- a while powdery coating over Held on shore of Lake Vlrglnoia. In response to his objections to fall crops even though they were $. 1t
was sentenced to serve five years Shoe Stoop, 211 Laura Street open year(Continued on page 5.) the young leaves and flowers to be _Winter Park Herald. the former order of the department to be harvested this year.ra .
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ta state pr1( on.I ed for business.

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v ,' ..,.. A.. NI..._... Co,. MU. V.rm Gmtrnrr, Cor.E. Mr. H. M. Mrlta, Cor. MlM Lnrlll flTlttlm, Cor. Bfr. JI'. A. Itool.r ('0.. GMklMb C.,. Red Kerce!, Cor.


L Rev. Butler of Union county has J. demons and L. R. Waters Mr. and Mrs W. W. Woods and Mrs. M. L. Thompson and children J. E. Rosier and children, Paul- Those attending church at Un- Mr. and Mrs.
x accepted the pastorate of the First Those who were the guests of Children, Mr and Mrs. W. M. of Boosters Beach were visIting ine and Bernard, spent the week- ion Sunday from here were: Mr. were business Johnny Addison
.Christian church of Hampton and Starke Thursday.Mr. Sikea and daughter o! Lawtey were her parents, Mr. and Mrs R. end in Jacksonville the guests of and Mrs. R. N. Crawford and ville last visitors In Jackson.
will fill his appointment every and Mrs R. M. Gainey and visiting Mr and Mrs. H. M. McRae C. Griffla Sunday. relatives.Mr. children Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Craw- Monday. Mr. Addison
purchased
third Sunday. daughter, were visiting in Starke Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Miss Bortice Griffla has returned and Mrs. Everett Futch ford, Mrs. L. J. Norman and daughter there. several farm tools while

; R. L. Birt and family of Gainesville Saturday.Mrs Wesley Hersey of JacKson. home after a week's visit with Mr. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cleo, Miss Bertlce Griffin and Clarence Ritch
iY spent last Sunday with Mr. Harry Eddy of Waldo, pass- ville was the guest of her uncle and Mrs. L. Norman of Bootsey's Nathan Starling near Lawtey. Mrs. J. L.. Gasklns and children.Mr. went to St. Au
Blrt's brother, C. A. Birt ed through here Sunday afternoon and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. IL Beach. Cheatham Peele spent Wednes- Bert Chlsm Of St. George, gustine it friends Tuesday where he will vis.!

Rev. F M. Taylor pastor of the Misses Lorena Green and Juan- Lewis Sunday. Miss Mamie Thompson ofBooste"s day night here with hla brother, Ga., spent Sunday night here the Sinclair for some time
Graham Baptist church filled his Ita Dukes were visiting in Starke Mr. Millard Crosby and Mr. Beach spent Sunday with Cohen Peele. guest of his sister and brotherinlaw Bryant, N. T. Rltch and
regular appointment the" last Saturday.Miss Gray of Plant City were visiting; Miss Lucille Griffia. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford. daughter, Miss,Almeta Ritch were
In
,' Saturday and Sunday. Madeline flaxen of LacrosseIs relatives here Sunday.Mr. Mr. Buck Criffis, Mrs R. C. Grif- children, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mra. J. C. Pringle and son, Mar- Miami last week visiting Mr

t, 'i B. Haynes of Winter Haven, who spending some time here with Lonnie Crawford was guestof fis, Mrs. M. L. Thompson, Miss Futch, Mr. and Mrs. Cohen Peele shall of Maxville, were visitingMr. Ritch's sister, Mrs. S. L. Johnson.
i baa been visiting hla parents, Mr. her cousin Miss Iris Brown.A. I Mr. N. D. Greene Sunday. Mamie and Miss Lucille Griffin with Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Carter. and Mrs W. C. Chesser Friday Mrs. H. S. Browning and son
ti,{ and Mrs O. Haynes has returned J. Grlffls of Starke, was. visIting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Crews, who were visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Miss. Louie Belle Carter, Mrs. W. night. here Clifton from, have moved to their place
'! to hla home this week.J. here Thursday. have been visiting relatives here Griffla of New River Sunday after trinRfellow, and children of Mr.Lacy Norman J. L. Gaskini Jacksonville, where Mrs
W Nlmmo waa visiting In Will Andrews of New River was returned to their home in St. Augustine noon.Mr. Starke, and Mr. Jack Howe of tad sons, George, and Lacy were cafe Browning was an employee of a
9 Jacksonville last Sunday morningand a business visitor here Saturday.O. Saturday and Mrs. L. Grose of Lawteywere Lawtey enjoyed a picnic supper at visitors to the state farm Saturday operated by the Ford Motor
evening. J. Mott and G. B. Colson were Rev. O. C. Hall of Jacksonville, visiting her parents. Mr. and fClngsley! Lake Saturday night. ifternoon. Co., there.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Haynes, Mra.. transacting business In Starke Fri was visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mrs. O. D. Wilkerson Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClellan Mr. HIghsmith, owner of the
Misses Lucille Griffin Bernice
4' Ralford
'; a ,
P. B. Hunt and brother Bun, have Lewis Sunday. ] M. Pringle of Greenwood were visiting B. E. Rosier and Garage has added a small
Smith! Raulerson and Mr.
i 6Y '. been visiting Mrs C. P. Sasser day.Grover Sapp of New River was a Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McRae and was visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. D. mother Saturday night. Ruby lunch counter to the building U
Earnest Raulerson of Rosedalewere
: and daughter, Miss Clara May, of business visitor hero Saturday. son, B. J. of Waldo, were visitingMr. Wilkersln Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cohen Peele spent will be opened by Mrs. Hlghsmltli
Mr. and Mrs. L. J.
I y f 4, ; Valdosta, Ga. Mr. and Mrs.' Russell Hewitt and and Mrs. F. M White Sunday. Mrs. Joe Frigo was her mother Sunday with her parents Mr. and Norman visiting afternoon. and. Mrs. I. T. Young of this placeJ.
Sunday W.
( W. M. Birt of Alachua county baby, Mrs Mass Hewitt and daughter Miss Audry McRae spent Sunday/ near Lawtey Sunday. Mrs. Ury Reddish at Wateroak. Tompkins of Leesburg was
a, was the guest of friends and relatives Mable, and son Ernest of with Miss Lizzie Harnage of Van- Miss Willie Mae Griffin 'spent Mrs R. S. Rosier spent Satur Misses Geneva and Juanita Milliard here last Wednesday and bought
t, here last Sunday. Dukes, were visiting at the homesof derbilt. Saturday night with Miss Ethel day afternoon with her daughter, of Woodlawn, were the guestsof 100 White Leghorn chickens from
;, Rev. McCauley will preach at Mrs. C. S. Mott and Mr. and Quite a largo crowd from here Taller. Mrs. Willie Reddish.Mr. Miss Frankie Lou Murrbee Sun- his brother, E. W. Tompkins.

"" the Baptist church next Sunday Mrs. H. P. Gainey last Sunday and and elsewhere enjoyed the B. Y. Mr. Theodore Norman spent Sat and Mrs. Dave Kite and two day afternoon. villa Marlon Browning is in Jackson.
for few
morning and evening. were accompanied home by Miss P. U. program, at Wateroak Sun urday night with Mr. and Mrs. R. children, were visiting their daughter Mrs. Sallie Blackwelder returned business. a days attending to
S Eliza Dukes and niece, Corrlne day night, given by Corinth B. Y. C. Grlffis. Mrs. Everett Futch Monday. to her home at Miller last week
; Y Hewitt of Dukes (who have been P. U. Mr. and Mrs. G. D Wilkerson after spending the past several Mrs. G. C. Sapp and sons, Cecil
TllERESSA spending the past few days here Mrs. F. M. White was visitingher and children spent Saturday with months here with her daughter, and Wilber were' In Gainesville
with friends and relatives. niece Mrs O. R. Alvarez of their daughter, Mrs. L. Grose of and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. I Saturday calling on relatives and

n Ml" Kfco<. Z.llrr. Cor. Lyon Crosby was attending to Vanderbilt Friday. Lawtey. DOUBLE RUN Crawford.Mr. shopping.W. .
business 14 Starke Friday. Rev. F. C. Hemingway of Starke, Mrs W. Harris was visiting Mrs. and Mrs. Leslie McClellanof M. Whitten, owner of W. M.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Powell and Mrs. R. B. Raulerson of Okee- and Rev. C. A. Crosby attendedthe Joe Hodge Sunday afternoon. MlMH Boot Brown C.... Greenwood, were visiting Mr. I Whitten and Co., dry goods store
I' children and Mrs. H. E. Moorer chobee is spending some time here Southern Baptist conventionat Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Raulerson and Mrs. L. M. Murrhee Sunday I of this place, returned from Miami

and daughter/ Lynell, returned to with her parents. Mr.. and Mrs. St. Petersburg last weekend.Mr. and children were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bagwell was the guestof afternoon.Mr. this week, where he under wentan

e Miami, Thursday after a visit with H. P. Gainey.We W. R. Halslop spent part of Mrs. Johnnie Griffin of Highland Mrs. O. L. Brown Sunday after. Carl Hillard and children\ operation.
relatives find friends. were very sorry to hear that last week in Tampa with his son- Sunday.Mr. of Woodlawn were visiting friends Miss Susie Johnson is 111 this
i' Mrs. J. E. Adklns and daughters, the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Buck Griffis and Mr. M,L. noon.Mr.. J. C Clemons was the guest here Sunday afternoon.Mr week owing to a bursted blood

'i, Misses. June and Grace, of Hampton Barry was completely destroyed Preston PMllman. Thompson were shopping in Starke, of Mellie Judd Sunday.Mr. H. G. Crawford and Aaron vessel in some part of the neck.
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Friday by fire. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Proctor and Saturday afternoon.Mrs. Buck Starling was visiting Blackwelder of Miller were visit. She is improving.

J JT J. Zeigler and daughters Friday. O. J. Mott and R. M. Gainey were children of Lake Butler, Mr. and Jim Lenzle of near Lawtey, Miss Willie Mae Johns Saturday ing friends and relatives here one Frank Mallery who has /.
F4, uS The farmers of our section are transacting business In Georgialast Mrs. J. E. Driggers and children was visiting Mrs. Dave Manning evening. I day last week. few days in Raiford as the spent guestof
and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Norman Saturday afternoon
very busy picking beans and cucumbers week. Miss Inez Kersey called on his mother
returned
to Jack.
ec
i the dinner at the Mr. Johnnie Bennett
enjoyed birthday was visiting
Miss Freda Brown after-
Sunday sting Boots Brown Sunday after sonville Thursday
home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Buck Griffis Friday afternoon.
t' services
held
Rev. N. J. Hayman A. E. Yelvington, of the Veteran
't' at the Baptist church Saturday, J. E. Norman Thursday In honorof noon.Mr.. John Crews was the guest of noon.Misses Mae and Inez Bryan were Hospital.

t: night and Sunday. I GRAHAMMl ) their of daughter Gulf Hammock, Mrs. J. J.who Mor Is Miss Pency Nettles Sunday. the guests of Miss Pency Netles Mrs. Minnie Brown, who makes
Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan and gan SANDY LANE Mr Raymond Crews and Miss Saturday night.
her
I home in
.I )little daughter, Willie Mae, attend. .. Kllra Jok.,., Cor. spending a few days here. Retha Clark were visiting in this Mr. Harvey woods was visiting winter Raiford during the
and returned to New York
McRae
and Mrs. J. W.
} ed church here Saturday night. Mr. MI. IjorcB* Grrem Cur. section Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Kersey Sunday
son, Edwin, of Starke, were visiting Monday where she expects to visit
5 ..Iy B "n. Dodd delivered a very Mrs. E. J. of Waldo Miss Willie Mae Johns was vis- morning. for
F' Yarborough their parents, Mr.. and Mrs. H. M. __ two months.
Interesting sermon to an appreciative attended church here Saturday. Miss Reba Oren spent Saturday h
McRae Sunday.
:IR ? audience at the Christian Mitts Gertie Johnson, Miss Audrey S -- night and Sunday with Miss Jennie -
church Sunday evening. Rhodes and Grover Rhodes of Sanders.Mr. .
a Mr. and'Mrs. J. I. Carstensen and I Lake Wales were visiting R. M. and Mrs. Clarence Rhoden of REGISTER MOTOR CO. I

,. ,children were visitors to Putnam Johnson and family Saturday and BOATDRAIN Glen St. Mary were visiting his
'cc:' i Hall Saturday morning. Sunday.A mother, Mrs. E. E. Green and family
political speaking was held at Mro. Dual CIII..on Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Roe Horsey of night.
', Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie the school house Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Green were STARKE, FLORIDA
44; ? Hersey and little daughter, Eva The house wouldn't hold the many Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Gllsson spent the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. R.

t'' Mae, of Jacksonville, were visitingMr. people who were present.L. Sunday with her mother and chil- Kersey Sunday night.
and Mrs. R. M. Hersey Sunday H. Futch of Hampton was a dren.Mr. Miss Pauline Green Miss Hazel announces that it will now offer

i, l' afternoon. business visitor here Saturday. Nickles of Jacksonville and Ida Mae Johns were visitingin in addition to Buick
wer e transacting business in preached at China Grove Sunday Jacksonville Thursday.
.
k Mr And Mrs L. W. Alford and
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson and morning. Miss Onle Green and Mr. Wlllard
family attended church at Olustee
t; last weekend.Mr. family Sunday are Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Lacy Underhill spent Sun- Alvarez were visiting Miss Lorene THE PONTIAC C and PONTIAC V-8
Ancel Norman, Misses Mildred and day at Mr. Theo Tison's. Green Sunday night.
and Mrs. U. F. Hall and
+ Audrey Norman of Rising Mrs. J. Mr. Edmund Donnelly spent Miss Annie Sweat, Geneva and
r l; children of Starke, were visiting C. Padgett, Mrs. C, S. Hough and Sunday with Isadore GlI son. Juanita Williams were visiting

d+ relatives Mr. And here Mrs.Sunday J. I.afternoon.Carstensen Mrs. Grace Brown and children of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey and Mrs. E. E. Green and family re 1:!!:'lmii.I' '::...!.;.:.!.,.:;';,..";,::,,'.!.. '; '.!.;,.r.:'1:1;:; '+" :.:'d:II: .,. "'.':' .:' : .'!.I'"i.i' '; if!;1'' '. :" .: .,..,'1..,.!''Uil.. '',:." :. i i.:;'': 'j,,,;!.'. '.

f Zlff. baby spent the day with her par- cently. ':!!!!Ih :: :" ::';,:':; ? ,: "I1": :f' f : I :' ; ;;;: : ',
; and children were visitors to Miss Clyde Morgan attended a eats, Mrs. G. Wl) Harrell Sunday. Miss Lorene Green was visiting '; )E ,t ;,:: ;:iiC! 1 e 0 .i1ijv'a ''u-'e'siiYi'i"I'
I Starke afternoon and !illlIlf! ;! !Ii'';":!':!:nLi'" ';:!, : .j .! !!'.'I' ,i!:: V .' "; : : ;
Saturday dance at Starke Saturday/ night. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey Hazel and Ida Mae Johns Satur- .. ... : .'. . ,.'!, .
I. ',. ,
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lllas Clara Swindell was a vial- Mr. Meeks has returned after :Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Harrel visitedMr. day afternoon. I !ij ;!!li Jkiii i:!.!; :: ':' ': :: ;.' .w ,!'.; ',: : '. :-"
it to Starke Monday. spending a few weeks in Atlanta, and Mrs. F. R. Coleman Sun- Mrs C. Yarborough was the : : i' .
'
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wallace were 'Ga., with sick relatives. day afternoon.: guest of Mrs. E. E. Green Thurs '''iI'i';P.!,'.... :II',:".j'"'" .. m
business visitors to Starke Mon. Clarence of Cooter Pond Johns spent the afternoon day afternoon. '.' ..i '.:.'. ..,,1, ,'.
I Starling B. M. K ..,.,.... .. ., .. ,, <
& day. was here Monday.The with Frank Harrell Sunday. Elder E. N. Anderson of Brooker I ; .' ,,'
public Is Invited to attend Miss Idell Clemons, Connie and filled his regular appointment at ;-ails'' .
P Lee burg--Ground broken for church Sunday morning at 11:00: Theo McGauley of Brooker visited Union church Saturday and Sunday d ; ;

new filling station on East Main o'clock and Sunday night at 7:30: Lettie Mae Bowers of Starke Sun- which was enjoyed by large I' is ,,

street opposite Coca Cola building. o'clock at the Christian church. day afternoon. crowds. :iir! ,!

We are sorry to report that Mr.
DAYS T. N. Norman Is on the sick list
:SCHOOL By DWIG this week. '

Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thompson,
and children Mr. and Mrs. Lacy

Norman and daughter, Cleo, and
wiJ; Miss Mamie Thompson, all of' "
Boosters Beach, were visiting Mr. .I!::':
and Mrs. R. C. Griffin Monday .
night.

Miss Hazel Johns are spending a
Few days with Miss Pauline and 1.I'r
Lorene Greene. h i
I
Mrs. E. E. spent Tuesday with

her sister, Miss Ida Sweat. ,

Mlsa Emma Woodle was the Ponllae offer these Important It Is a pleu **i our I.......::... that we have been
of Miss Lorene Green
guest! Mon
appointed authorised representative for Pontiac 6 and<< V-8
i day afternoon. development ;
1111 ale and service. Our facilities, equipment and experienced
Wt4'( Miss Emma Woodle and Lorene at no extra: : Boat *
1 t Green were' visiting Mra. W, R. personnel are thus put at the service of both theseSyncro.Mesh

) Kersey Monday afternoon. two important General Motors companies.
yl l' e SMR (OI"e'I't clntKll- Mrs. Rosa Stanley was the guestof
,n 5AA. T her mother, Mrs. W. C. Clemons Quiet Second
SPR\H ''S"Eae A\o Sunday. The Pontiac Six, bringing the important development of

\ Free WheelingRide flee year to lotc-price field, offers you genuine riding

Control comfort splendid performance, modern styling-yet the price

i is low and the running o higher than that of car built
GREENWOODCar WheelbaseIncreased .
Longer
MI. for economy aJ ne.
Power and a

Miss Lorraine Shaw of Lacrosse High Speed The Pontiac V-Eight offer proved Light brilliance and

spent last week with her aunt, Mrs. distinctive performance in the low-price field. And the

Donle Pringle. Greater Economy Pontiac V-Eigbt.with it* brilliant, supremely] reliable type

and Mr.Earl Cheatham Peele Misses St.Emma-Clair New Roomier Fisher Bodies of engine alto l gives! you Syncro-Mesh quiet second freewheeling
II Moaeley, and Ride Control at no extra cost.
Ii .b1.- .
lyne Pringle and Evelyn Moseley R u Cushioning at 47
spent the week-end in Sanford with .
Chassis Poinu.
i, Miss Luree Gnann. i Come in and see the new Pontiac Six and the new FontiadVEight

I Pringle Mesdames were Gladys shopping and in Starke Donle Enclosed Springs which you can purchase if you wish, on convenient

i Wednesday. G. M. A. C. monthly terms.

I Mr. C. A. and Kay Pringle were

at L4 'p'Yt transacting: : business in Orange Register Motor Company has been in business in Starke for 1.1: years. The General Manager
Park Monday.
L. E. Moseley of the state farm Is Mr. Freeman Register. This firm is known to many motorists for its ability and de.

Is spending this week with his sire to serve their interests.PONTIft.
cousin, J. C. Prlngle.
arw Ar,
X 1 X r Miss Mildred Hall Is visiting this
week In Jacksonville with relatives.

t +' a9 "'("Eo OPnM\STS Mr. J. D. Peele and C. A. Prlngle ** 1b'Vdx

were transacting business .in Ral-
ford' Friday.





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_. BRADFORD COUNTY TKLKdllAPH. BTAUKE. FLORIDA P GIITIIRF.1IJc _: ____
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l'l through the heart the neg. Jlcilbronn Springs SAXTON MILLER Public l
of Florida In Short I Speaking ,
News Paragraphs '\ who murdered her .1 '
I husband and then kept a l lonely Mlaa' Tkrlma llk<......, r... Mis June Tyler, Cor MO.. Ellen Utarkweld.r. Cor. ,

vigil against his return until dawn

yesterday not knowing she had The club women of! lleilbronn Miss Dorothy Swanbom was the' Mr. J. J niackweUU"- Mr. I Dates Arranged ; '. 1

killed him. Authorities said the will give a party Tuesday night, guest of Miss! Viola Tyler Tuesday.Mr. Julian Blackweldor of, Lulu were, I ,

[L LIVE STATE NEWS I negro identified as John Sims, apparently May 24 at 7:30: at the school house. E Wilmot of Double Run, business visitors to Miller section There will be i
public at !
had robbed the chicken: There will be various games and passed through this section Wed- last Monday the following named speaking .''j
places the '
roost at the Smtih home and then, entertainment. Refreshments will nesday. Mr. and Mrs. I. Todd are the dates Riven, for the on !
seeing only the elderly Smith In a be served. Everyone Is invited, ad- Mr. and Mrs. George and daughter proud parents of a new baby, which the purpose; of getting .t ,.
and
lighted room in the house, had mission ten cents. attended to business in Jacksonville arrived May 14. public county candt- : .
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES dates together. The public U cor- i f:
, decided to rob him. The negro The home demonstration club Tuesday. Mrs. Bailie I<" Blackwelder has re- dlnlly Invited to attend .
one or more i if
...... ... tied one door to Smith's room and held their regular! monthly greeting Mr O. T. Nelson attended to turned home after spending several
''L "' -1-1 -- .. ,-. .. ."'" .0 of these meetings, and the candidates : .
broke in a window of the room at Hetlbronn. Miss Pearl Jor- business in Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. weeks at Lawtey. '. !
are to be 1
Mrs. S. E. Milford J. Bryant, pioneer Palm Beach where Mrs. Smith Arthur Swanbom was the expected present.
I Madison- was sleeping. dan, home demonstration agent There will be a conference at Speaking to '
18 year old Madison residenter who county land developer. Mr. Bryant Her screams brought her husbandto gave a talk on kitchen Improve- guest of Winton Sumner Saturday.Mr. Oak Grove church May 28 and 29. o'clock m. at begin each promptly at 8 : ;

I several years ago lost her teeth, has been here for several months the rescue and he was shot ment which -wan very Interesting.Mr. B. Batton attended church Everybody cordially invited to at Each p.candidate is place. if ,. / J.
cutting her third set. Mrs. Milford looking over available propertieswith down and beaten over the head at Hetlbronn Springs Sunday. i tear requested I ,.

, is has cut two teeth on either W. F. Greenwood of Lake by the negro with an iron pipe, trip to. J.Wel'oorn C. .Jones made a business MM. W. R. Swanbom attended Friends cf Mr. Dave Crawfon. possible In 20 minutes to complete hla talk with 1 I i j ,.
mouth and her hair Worth, his former business dying almost at Sunday. church at Saxton t" 'If !
I Bide of her asso once. Meanwhile, Sunday will be sorry to learn he had his The speaker be 4 'I
will .
at 65The story, is here ciate. The contract for the land Mrs. Smith had seized a small cali Brc.: Ida Luke Is spending a while Mr. ana Mrs. H. D. Tyler and left foot badly broken last Thurn- their names the called I t' I t.

which Is told with the Consolidated Land Com- bre rifle and as the negro again here with her daughters Mrs. P. family attended church at Saxton day while loading blocks. We wish ballot as printed appear In on the dummy I J, ," !\ ,

her grandson, C. A. Gray. pany calls for further purchase of confronted her, she fired. B. Robinson and Mrs. A. F. Rho- Sunday him a speedy)" recovery.Mr. first Telegrapbthe ,.
fcy will
night, begin with the ,
13,000 acres and additional pur- den.Miss Mr. Crocket Sumner was visiting Lowell Johnston la attend state senators and 'f; I
go down UM '
I Tallahassee-The city commission chases will be considered, it was Titusvllle-Steps have been tak- i Edna Davis spent Saturday Miss Viola Tyler Sunday afternoon.Mr. ing a week's meeting In Orlando second night will begin at bottom "I I
has passed an ordinance said today. the i In Jacksonville.Mr. and Mrs. Rivera at the present time. ,
here en by state game and freshwater George of list and go up and in like manner .
the operation of motion and Mrs. T. L. Crawfordof the Mrs. J. S. Dicks and children
permitting fish department to nave the were guests of Mr. and Mrs. will alternate through out the
picture theatres on Sunday, effective Tallahassee -- County commls- bass in LufTman and Salt Lakes Jacksonville, spent! Sunday with H. D. Tyler Sunday.Mr. Iris, Archie and Raymond of Wo-- entire speaking itinerary.New .

, June 10. The commission's action missions in the 67 counties of the near Tltusville by transferringthem Mr. Peach Crawford.Mr. Russel Bryan was visiting thlngton Springs were visiting bur q
followed a city election in state may use whatever revenue to South Lake, directly west Seeber Forsyth and sister, Miss Jennie Tyler Sunday after- mother, Mrs. Sallie\ Blackwelder, River 17., school howe, Tuesday ;),,,
May
which municipal voters cast 789 the counties receive from Florida's of the city This work is being Hilda spent Sunday in Alachun last Sunday f ,

1 ballots for Sunday movies and 019 first season of legalized racing and done by the department with the with friends.Mr. noon.Mr.. and Mrs W. A. Tyler and .. Brooker, school house, Friday 1.. ,

ballots against amusements on the wagering on races In whatever co-operation of Alex Powers, dep. Bill Doty and Clarence Nobleof family attended church at Saxton Dayton Heach -Uniting of buildings May 2J.: f

Sabbath. Two years ago oppon- manner they see fit unless the uty state game warden of Titus Valrlco( Is spending this week Sunday occupying site of post office Woodlawn, school house, Tu*.- (.I:

ents of Sunday movies won a city county Is directed by a special legislative vllle. Mr. Powers states that 153 I here with friends. Rev W B. Christy attended building under way. day', May 24. al' ;

' election on the Issue by the slim act to use the funds for I I bass weighing from one to eight I Mr. Jack Edwards, Roy Carter church at Saxton Sunday. LakeVorlh. Palms Barber lleilbronn. school house, Thursday f,

margin of 20 votes.St. some particular purpose. Attorney I pounds have been taken from Luff- I' and Miss Lorene Green were In I Mr. Elbert Tyler was visitingMr. Shop, Lake Avenue formally opened May 26. ; f f .
General Cary D. Landis today so' man Lake and placed in South our section Saturday afternoon.Mr. Arthur Swanbom Sunday to public. Lawtey school house, Tuesday, 11; '

Petersbuhg-Two alleged Informed an inquirer, pointing out Lake. LufTman Lake, he says, isbecoming Albert'Williams and Everett May 3t.Starkc. 1 1t
0>ik1NNiMpmtl/mfS1UIt1t6fUlplNtkMUQNDaiGIOi) ) ) < ) ) ) (!) Oii01tri0lCJ@(9tiUtalRtglQMlglelWllhOGi0l4T'VOTE ( )( !
kidnappers are in custody of the that the county school boards have very low on account of Hewitt of Lake Butler, were in ---- -_.-- school house, Thursday. j: :
sheriff and search Is being made no claim on the funds. In the'. the dry weather and the little water our section Thursday night. ? June 2. ?f' 'I''ll

for three others said by police to county commissions wish, Landia left In the lake Is becoming FOR i,!,
be In a plot to kidnap the six-year- said they may transfer the racing I salty, due to the lack of rain. The ------- ---

old daughter of Rev. David M. money In whole or in part to the water Is very low in Salt Lake KILL HATS I, JOHN 'W. NEWBERN DUMMY BALLOTI/

Gardner of St. Petersburg, general school fund but this Is a matter also. Mr. Powers says, and it Is CarryIna name. of .
chairman In charge of local arrangements for the commission to determine. his opinion that the bass In Salt and Mice, that's BESTYET the old NEWllEKltY. FLORIDA :oanilldataa: .: who hava atat..nd formally oo.ty ::-
Lake all dead.PerryIt's reliable rodent destroyer, comes in flounced In tha Talxraph' to ta/. j ,
for the Southern Bap- are probably L
data Thin la not .. S
Commissioner an official
For State Railroad .u. 'V nil
form. No oth
powder with ,
tist convention now In session here. Panama City-The body of Wal- mixing oitrrylMir nnm. ut all nandldatM tor
demand was to have Her Honor, the coun- er foods. Your money back if It I will voteas well aa solicitation of (llffaront olTlcaa. but (limit only thvva d
Police say a ter Harris was found this morningnear appreciate your your o.iutlUt.a' who h.". anao.na.. t
been made for $30,000 ransom to the scene of the explosionthat ty judge, here now for Taylor falls. your friends' votes for me for State Railroad Commissionor. through paid at)vait Unman ta In Ifcta ,?

be raised from the delegates In at- occurred yesterday on a barge county has a 27-year old judgette. 50( cent size, 3 oz. is enough for In the Democratic primary in June. I have had forty l.ap.r fur tho office" they ..._.
Miss Lucille Culpepper of this city In railway llallula Ma.< llr 'Marked <. .Iehof y
tendance. loaded with 80,000 gallons of as- Pantry, Kitchen and Cellar. years of continuous practical experience handling A am.
was named by Governor Doyle E. will do all to
transportation for the public. I possible
Due to the fire that has
phalt. I .
75 cent size 6 for Chicken
oz.
Miami-The 79-years of Mrs. been raging since the blast, it had Carlton to fill the unexpired term make your confidence good, and merit your continued .. (I."..... I ,I
House, Coops and small buildings.Sold .
Sarah A. Fitch, of Oakland Park, been Impossible for rescuers to of her father, Judge John O. Cul- I support Vote for Onu.Ko.

Fla., have saved her, temporarilyat board the barge. Early this morn- pepper, who died recently after and guaranateed by your HTAWUH1) CAUUVVKLL.:

least, from a prison term for Ing a party of men using a small 24 years on the bench. Local Dealer. ....)('1CJflJmw.JCl! : OT lI OOlIOmmmcIlC\laImCUDIDIUUItDIJOOImQIIQI/OOICDII4I1IIOIIXII( < / / )C1)asmm/JJf/ GARY A. 1IAHDKW .

violating national prohibition laws. boat, discovered the body of Harris -: ;., ,
{ U \ TOM 1IA11T 1 ICe'
before Federal Judge _
Arraigned of
near one the burning barges. I ( ;
Halstead L. Riter the aged woman Long ropes were used to float It I ,' A. HATHAWAY \ ,

entered a plea of guilty to operating away from the fire. Harris >skilled JOHN W. MAHTIN
_
a common nuisance, In by the explosion, a large hole I. u.........." ul .law 1*
violation of the prohibition law. four Inches In diameter, was made : Vole for cm* ,
The Jurist sentenced her to serve at the base of his skull; his left I IL A. (IItAY- i

six months in jail but suspendedthe leg was broken and both sides of
sentence and placed her on probation his face blown away. His body Vote nmmlaalunar at A.rl<.. ._ I '
tar one !
for two years. He told her was brought to Panama City. ; '
her age would not be considered If KIIANKL1N O. KIND
I u.u
she was brought to court again. I West Palm Beach-The Palm NATHAN MAYO t 'r (

Beach Times will say today that I'.... llallrvad IWM: .. .._ "':, 5 (
St. Petersburg-Oldest man at- Harold J. Bryant, Northampton, Vota fur u",.. ;:a, l I

tending the Southern Baptist Convention England with a group of Canad- W. 11. tiOUULASti 't(; id+'
here, is a Floridian, CharlesJ. ian and Colorado capitalists, has
Coyle 99, of Fort Lauderdale. completed arrangements for pur- ( HUDSON' UUUH :.."*

Mr. Coyle, a deacon in the Frat chase of 6,000 acres in Okeechobee JOHN W.'NI W1iJCKN fir', tiMor

Baptist church at Fort Lauderdale, county and has contracted to pur- --- fomplrallrrVota -' H 't

is taking an active part in the chase 13,000 acres more for opera- for one' ,

convention meetings, said he is tion of a "dude ranch" and for 1IC10' (,
enjoying them, and plans to cele- extensive cattle raising. The 6,000 ..!:...!: _. ,

brate his 100th birthday next yearat acres are on Taylor creek northof Vot.Por fur l'n.arn.r.un.. a laep ,; ,iV ,

Chicago, his former home. The Okeechobee City. The 13,000 :J '
JOAN T. .
AU30P. JrK
aged delegate has never worn comprise what is known as the .
'- --
glasses and is active in the real ..i./... ....... :. '
Opal tract. The Times will say Vol. for un. .. .
estate business at Fort Lauder- arrangements for the purchasewere ,
HAL Y. MA INKS II ,
dale. .
made ina contract with the : TJ"

Consolidated Land company and M. IIIANN. .. '. Ir t, : It
St Petersburg A solemn that It is understood clearing: will W.- JJ. MIUOLKTON--- \ j

warning that Southern Baptists start soon on 1,000 acres. The consideration ,.
Mamhar il..... It.p..o.n1.Ut._ ,
will not support the political party of the deal was not revealed Vot fur 0....
that nominates a "wet" for president .
'M: IN fAN
(1.
was Issued here tonight by I I : 1 1 '
the 77th annual general conventionof T. B. i'lNHOLHTRR; Ot, ;ill)j

the church. It was containedIn : Poe Vammlr Jatf. .. C f.;
a 24-page report of the conven- Vote for un. ,, I

tion's social service commission. It OleO, A. UAKDINNRH. ".' ;\
.
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was worded: "If either the political "
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t
K. 1'KIUITMAN 1
parties shall go wrong either in I7 < ,Ill I Ii 'A\ '
platform or its nominee and under- JotabsTHA"i "*' up.rla.. .1 aek..1s "
{
i 1 Vota for on.. \ '
take to destroy prohibition, we will e till ;j''

turn away from that party and 1. H. u'rcu( \i' ,"f' ,4 ,

Support a party and candidate that : MARK R.d: .\. J. URlrrla t; I i/

stand for maintenance and per- H II.. W 100 INS '
petuation of prohibition as our ( 1
greatest fork (....... CM.. .;, i, I
national policy. Vote for on.. a I

West Palm-Beach-Final ar- For lazy liver cfnrnact and U. W AI.DKIIMAN r !' Il ;

rangements for purchase of 6000 kidneys, biliousness ;fnrfirestion A. J, THOMAS ,

acres In Okeechobee county to be { mlllipa.tior:,headache :.
for Ta. A...._. ,
used for growing sugar cane, were colds and fever. Vnt. for on.

being made here today by Harold 10"",/ er ") "!..I.1...4'...,. R. W, iIAY1CM j'

7 BENEATH THIS HOUD 1.. II. IIII.LN. "' 'ft'

you will find tha D. WAINWRIOIIT It

MIAMIFLORIDA"THE Par. Ta. tollaaVota .e ,
time-proved and reliable Chevrolet motor, which combines un for ono. 3 .1,, j

YEAR-ROUND PLAYGROUND" CA Hr, JDfI Nit !411
equalled economy with smoothness speed quietness and flexibility '
CA 111. A. KN In fiT '

HOTEL LEAMINGTON fe. .....11 I ," ,
vote for on. i 44
Raise that big impressive Chevrolet hood I The is
engine thoroughly proved-Its basic design y' (
'",\ .\l\II'S MOST POPULAR HOTEL": 08CAR ANDREW ypp '
ti. E. let St. & 3rd Ave fine, modem, six-cylinder engine underneath is and construction have been tested and proved T. C. CI.F.MONS I'' '

YEAR JtOUND RATES one of the chief reasons why Chevrolet continues by billions of miles of service. That engine it W. J. EPPBTIHONiMil: r Fl'WI.k.

$2.0052.50$3.00Single$3.00$4.00$5.00Double;; to be America's: largest-selling: : automobile! For up-to-date in every re.peet-It develops 60 ... ".. Heard-TMmlrtn t its
Vnt. for on.. ,
that engine ia ax-and only a six, as Chevhorsepowerdelivers a speed of from 6S to 70 ,
n. If HKWFTTMamfiar j 1 $
No Higher Rates l rolet builds it, combines both built-in smoothness miles an hour-and accelerates from a standstill to J. T. MOOflI'., E EIt.
with bath
AU private
rooms and /.AIiJ1. ..J.DI And maximum economy. That engine i. 35 miles an hour in less than 7semnds. Its advantages A. NIJWHOM! i S
aervlce, efficiency, courtesy, cleanliness, hospitality, economy
honesty. are the cardinal principles upon which the popularity of \ mechanically sound Three and a half years of are youra for aa little as $445-T\ic to Vote' ".... ..1 .......-M..," ..* S l I 'i( l4
(PRICES REDUCED TO for nna
the Hotel Leamington boa been buUt. continuous improving, refining, and testing: have new r cd. the new Chevrolet I Six now W. ( MANNING i;, '
{N ,
Alfred Simmons, Proprietor :J. Fred Brunoer, Manager $ made it as nearly perfect as it can bet I That sells for one of the very lowest prices in the market. n. n. MAY ( J ;S.I.

:5 5744c S 452525z525Z525ZS25Z525z52525252; ;' -c.You'll 445 and CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY. DETROIT, MICHIGAN. DIVISION OP GENERAL MOTORS ...Der "....l ..ard-f>...rt*. arnmntT '
.. Voter. for n".. ', ,
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cigar can be until you Special aquipmcnt utra. Lav C H EVR D lET S IX Vnf.ne now ,
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have smoked a "r.v7 .C.terms. ----..- fl'F'
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SAME SIZE rORODE CHEVROLET r THnMA'r!' ; 'f?i 1
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FRIDAY, MAY x0
1113:!
'Anlln ......._ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGgAPII STARKE, FLOrIn .-. ---- .--- .-- --- -- !
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treasure chest In which was hidde VANDERBILT


a pair Those of present hose. were: Mrs. T B. [ + Do You Know + CarrIe BU Norman.. c.... CREDIT CROP FOR OF CITKl FINE 0

F Massie, Mrs. L. D. Vlning Mrs. :1. ..

i' ,jocictrlJ C. Robinson, Mrs J. W. Andrew Rev. J. L. Norris of Lacrosse I Stuart, Fla.--Crotalarla. is

Jr., Mrs. R. J. Davis, Mrs. D. A. filled his regular appointment at ting the credit for" the fine g.r.. 7
conai s
Montieth, Mrs F. F. Stump, Mn. iplt ater Oak church this past week tlon of W. L. Craft's 12-acre
citrus
f T J. Alderman, Mrs. J. A. Saul, ; grove near here, reports ii

i Mrs L. Wyman, Mrs. A. Z. Adklna. end.Mr.. and Mrs. G. C. Norman of Agent C. P. Heuck. Three County 'r
:r::
SQUARE!: DANCE TO BE GIVE At the zone meeting In Ortegi I Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs C. A. Malone, Is spending a week with I ago $58 worth of nitrate year
we I of
last week the Starke Society Mrs. H. B. McLendon, Mrs and soda
Knight, Mr.
I Mr. Norman's parents,
: was put on the
T. J. Griffin grove and no fertilizer ;
., represented by Mrs. GriffinMlsa -
The Woodmen Circle will epos :: j H. C Rltch, Miss Ethel Mrs. F. M. Norman. has been applied
: Mrs. W. E. Middle Since This r;:
Mrs. A. Wood, Madge< .
sot a square dance at the Armor;y Eunice Perkins, Miss Mr. and Mrs. Irving DeBose of season
ton Mrs F. H. Long and Mrs. W, Miss Mattie Harley o!: approximately 850 field
evening, May 26thThe Middleton, with
Hall Thursday Little Springs spent Sunday boxes of fruit were picked, i
'r Invited. AdmlsslolJ2tS I F. Jonea. Lawtey and Miss Flora Belle Jack ana it
Is R. M. Alvarez.Mr.
7 public s444 Mr. and Mrs. topped the 127 cars sold on the
i i'j j cents. liKIDR-KLKCT HONORED son of Baconton.Ga and Mrs) Nathan Varnes and I Philadelphia market the day It was

.w. WITH I SHOWER family of Lake Butler, spent the sold. No spraying for insects and

BAPTIST W. M. 8. TO MEET / week-end with Mr. and' Mrs. M. disease has been practiced for the

NEW\ RIVER B. Bloodsworth. last several
Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs., years.
{ The Baptist Woman's Missionary hostesses Mr. J. V. Edwards of Brooker, The trees are from 10 to 16

Society will meet at the church T. T. at Long a bridge were; charming party and lingerie If'.. .l >nr., C.r. spent the week-end with his brother old. The soil la largely of the yearn black

Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. :Mrs. A. A. Edwards.
former's home sandy flatwooda type with
shower at the some
r Circle No. 2 with Mrs. J, H Pitts afternoon In honor ofMies Rev. Proctor cf Lake Butler,, Mr.\ and Mrs. J. M. Rosier and hammock land. Four years 5
Wednesday age
of the ,
as leader will have charge Ethel Griffin whose marriageto filled Rev Hemingway's appointment \ t family of Evergreen were visiting pounds of Crotalarla striata seed

"m h program.. Dr. E. L. Biggs will be an eventof at the New River Baptist' their daughter, Mrs. H. L. Norman were scattered in a few of the mid.

June 15th.Receiving church Sunday. Saturday afternoon.The dies. Seed have been harvested
SUNBEAM BAND' SHEETS their Mr. and Mrs. Ira Pinholster of a Lq 4le t' l Corinth B. Y. P. U. rendereda and broadcast on other parts of 11
the guests u
I upon Watertown, were visiting friends program at Wateroak Sunday the Each
grove. year It has
the hostesses, costumed re-
The Sunbeam Band met Monday arrival were and relatives here Sunday. well attended
The was
night. program seeded Itself, and a heavy
of in light crop has
of Mrs in frocks crepe and & f
afternoon at the home Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Kelly and it was very interestingto been disked each
At n shades and the honoree becomingly 'a spring until now
tt Powell. Miss Lone were business :
J Charlie daughter all.
# there Is a 4 to 6 inch well-rotted
r'a S ( ; I a'' Aprogram of the A. B. C. countries gowned in a blue Fluer Lay visitorsIn Starke Wednesday.Mr. i :' Mrs. M. Johns and Miss Esale mulch ocver the entire grove.
model. The tallies which
of South America was carried sport a."W. Sapp was visiting in Sapp of New River attended Shortly after the 1928 S
bridal motif, were dis- storm
of the
the different members. were Butler Friday.Mr. .
out by Starke and. Lake church at Wateroak Sunday.Mr. most of the trees were
Flora Belle Jack- topped
There were about twenty of the tributed by Miss Gus Wynn of Sampson City I H. B. Wiggins of Hamptonwas back and then the fertilizer
t little members present and several son. business visitor in our section ap. r
was a I visiting in this section Tues- 1930-31
plied. By the
N trees
1l had I II,
? visitors Quantities of mixed garden flowers -
Friday
c- day afternoon. begun bearing again, and that
i ;t. The hostess, assisted by Mrs. in pastel shades were effectively Mr and Mrs Alton Moody and bore 250 boxes. After the year

1 Pitts, Mrs. Dyal and Mrs. Thomas combined In graceful arrange Stanley Hodges were transacting I fine
,1 ? BIRDS AT CONTEST LAY yield Just obtained the trees
# served delicious cake and cream. ments and placed to advantage business In Starke last Friday. are l
64 PERCENT AND BOOST 'in splendid condition '
says Mr :
throughout the home. Four progressions Among those who were business '
SEVEN MONTH AVERAGE Heuck and
a apparently
i W. M. H. MEETING MONI Y of contract bridge were visitors in Starke Saturday were: r thrivingwell
a enjoyed and at the conclusion of S. L. Clews, Rev. C. -- on Crotalarla humus. The
AFTERNOON Mr. and Mrs. ;
the game dainty prizes were C. Butler, Mrs. Teston Messrs. D. 'A...,..,,,, Cd o ../...uJ R.I.reTHAT ? ChIpley Fla.-With 7 monthsof trees are setting a heavy crop of "

The Woman's Missionary Society awarded the winners. Mrs. J. C. W. Kelly, B. L. Kelly, N. G. Moody, these two fluffy bits of thing are the offspring of ona of the the sixth Florida National Egg fruit. l

ri of the Methodist church held Robinson made high score and Mrs. Mrs. J. L. Johns and daughter, Essie. cut of North American birds, the Great Horned O' .,11 Through. Laying Contest passed, the 840 During the drought last summer
Monday L. Wyman second, while Mrs. II. C. out Irs north the Great Horned Owl lives In heavily forested and un. birds have layed an average of 117 and fall Mr. Craft states that his
and meeting
a business study with RItch scored low. Following the Messrs. Crystal Wiggins, Andrew .;ttleH areas" anJ: la one of the greatest. enemies, of grot ia and other eggs, according to E. F. Stanton\ trees suffered very little and there
at the church, '
fifteen afternoon members, present. games, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter rolled and Hassle Rhoden, W. N. Johns C..it,* If fro: sippllen! are rr" 01 It moves toutt ward. and 'is supervisor. Production during always seemed to be plenty of

-J b In tea cart laden with gifts of .. April was 64.2 percent. moisture in the soil combined with
a in
fir' The president Mrs. T. J. Griffin, and Bud Moody were visiting __ ._
in _,-_u. ._ ___._._ ----- -- -- ------- --- The leading has 1,011 points the humus
presided over the business session lingerie attractively wrapped Lake Butler Saturday evening. pen .
u I :Mrs. E. K. Ferryman was appoint. paper of pastel shades, and Mrs. T. Mr. G. W. Sapp was VisitingIn for 1,540 eggs and is owned by .

,':, i ed superintendent of study class, T. Long with an appropriate speech Brooker Saturday morning. FIVE MILE ZIFFMI. W. E. Pyles, Maysvllle, Ky. M leading, with second and third go-
to Edward
,j the next book for study being presented them t'.the brideelect.At Church has been changed from Welsecholek's Poultry Farm, Jack Ing Zellmaa and Billy

"Korea, the Land of Dawn" Mrs. the close of 'the afternoon a the second to the first Sunday at Mr. P.. P..Urkle, Cor. .. Lula MM Lewis. Cor. sonville, is second, and Bailey Hargls. TJmatilla.

Ill J. W. White reviewed 'the last delicious salad course was served the Long Bridge Christian church Farm, Miami, third. All three of
[ chapter of "The Challenge of the guests. The favor placed upon Everybody is invited to attend. Mrs. P. P. Dekle spent Mondayand Mr. and Mrs. Harlie Shaw and these pens have records better than RATS DIEso

Y1+ Change" by John Milton Moore. I Miss Griffin's pate was a minature Quite a large crowd attendedthe ,. Tuesday of last week in Lake Mr.. Goodrich of Lacrosse spent the leading pen at this time last

-. -- -- -- ------ -. ,--_. political speaking at Long Butler visiting relatives.! last Sunday here with Mr. and year.A do Mice, once they eat BEST-

4 .J ---- __ Bridge Tuesday night., All reported Orin Dekle, Ben .and Howard Mrs. Tim Mann. Rhode Island Red hen, owned YET. And they leave no odor be
a nice time. Gainey were transacting businessin Mr. J. W. Lewis was attendingto by E. H. Rucker, Ottumwa, Iowa, hind. Don't take our word for it,

JIOID to play BridgeAUCTION Mr. and Mrs Floyd Wiggins High Springs Tuesday and Fri business in Starke several daysof Is the leading individual with 183.1 try a package. CATS and DOGS

Mrs. Carl Wyna and Hassle Rho- day of last week. this week. points for 178 eggs. Second goesto won't touch it. Rats pass up all

: den attended court in Starke last Mrs. C. L. Varnes, Miss Lucile Mr. Henry Howard spent last one of the Plyes birds and thirdis food to get Best-Yet. Two sizes

,? **( week. Varnes and Claude Varnes of Jack Sunday at Fairbanks with his to a Wetstcholek entry.
''t' 50 cent size, 3 oz. Is enough for
} Mr. Frank Merrltt was transacting sonville were week-end guests of mother, Mrs. Elzie Howard The first five pens In the 4-H Pantry, Kitchen and Cellar.
t CONTRACT business in Starke one day Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle.K. Mr. Henry Shaw and Harry club contest turned in a production

last week. P. Dekle spent the week-end Howard were attending to businessin during April slightly better than 75 cent size, 8 oz. for Chicken

r; /.,Wynne FergusonAuthor Mr. R. J. Turner was visiting In In Jacksonville.Mr. Gainesville several days of last. I the regular contest, and for the House, Coops and small buildings.

Starke Monday. i and Mrs. M. P. Dekle gavea week. seven months the club birds aver Sold and guaranteed by your Local -
of 'PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE" We are Berry to report that little dining Sunday honoring her Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Lewis of age five eggs less. An entry by Dealer.

Miss Cozet Sapp has the whopping brother, R. K. Dukes, and brother- Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Frieda Nowak, Cantonment Is

= r t Copyright, 1911, by Hoylc, Jr. > cough at this writing. We in-law Arthur Douglass, whose II Dyal and daughter, Marlon Lee of -

all wish her a speedy recovery. birthday anniversaries fall on the I Graham were dinner guests of :Mr.
3 t Sheriff of Starke and Mrs. J. W. Lewis last Sunday.
ARTICLE No. 29 Epperson was 14th and 16th of May. Among
a business visitor In our sectionone those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. C. F. Litchfield attended
-' f I The"tw tains two suits of at leant five cards what happens tn the playrr who last week.
j S each. It is the strongest hand that can doesn't follow\ the, rules just Riven f fur a Mr. Norman Wiggins of Jacksonville of Brooker: Mrs Sarah' Jane Mann was attendingto Grocery Specials4String
Mr. Rastus
be held if played I At the beat suit of the "two-suiter." Z, the dealer, held: : spent the week-end with relatives Dukes, Mr. and Mrs. .R K. Dukes

1 r i combined hands. Such a hand Is con- Hearts K, Q 9, 7, 6 and friends. and daughter Eloise of Worthington business In Starke Thursday.
) I 8IiamondxA Miss Lu- Mr. L. D. Polk of Brooker was .
I sidcredontheaveragehonetrkkbetter! / Clubl-10,9( ; Mrs.\ C. It. Varnes, .4
than the usual suit bid, and at least Q, 7bpadcs cile Varnes and Claude Varnes of in our section Friday.

'two tricks better than a no trump bid.thia -J, 4 Jacksonville, Miss Alma Rowe of Mr. Gideon Parker of Brooker,
fact shows. the importance of the WOODLAWN business In 17c
our
was attending to
\roper bidding of such hands, in order AUCTION BIDDING Glen St. Mary, Mr. and Mrs. P. P. and Broom .
: section Friday Saturday.
;i to arrive at the best suit of the combined MI.. Myrtle Norman. Cor. Dekle, Orin Dekle and Julian
hands. As dealer: before Z dealt and properly bid one heart. Dekle. Mr. Resale Colson of Brooker,
or
r\
\ Il has bid, if your hand is a 'Ert.I" twoImter Second hand paused and the dealer Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Parrish spent was in our section Thursday 10 Ibs. white sacks 42c
Sugar -
i ," try to bul both suits, provided partner bid one snnde. Fourth hand Miss Irene P t1 course they are sufficiently strong to I I paMied! and the dealer properly bid OM home in St. George, Ga., Sunday daughters, are visiting friends In
warrant an original or forced bid. As a no trump. Second hand pawed and the after spending several weeks here Goodge of New River
; i natal rule, bid the higher valued suit dealer's partner bid two clubs. Fourth with relatives. our section. 8-lb. pail Swift's Jewel Lard 58c
b Gist, provided! it contains sufficient hand pasted and the denier (incorrectly Fort Myers--Construction of A large crowd attended servicesat
the bid. If bid bid two no trump. With three dub Messrs. Oscar and Laurie Carter Standard Deadon church Sunday.
ilrength::: to warrant not, $4,000 service station J by
he lower valued suit and show the and such a big outside hand, the deafer aid Simeon Phillips were business
i should have allowed his to 011 Co? on fill just across Thomas There will be church at Little I 24 Ibs. S.-ris. Flour guaranteed 55c
'higher valued suit on srcond or, sub- partner feltors to Miami Friday.
i round. In the same al- play the hand at clubs. As it was, ha Edison Bridge, progressing. Rock Saturday and Sunday.Mr. .
/equent
way
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Denmark
t ) ,a it a>'s prefer, if possible, the major suit made only two no trump, while his S. L. Prescott was attending
partner could have made five cluLs. were visitors to Jacksonville Sat- day school classes with a social 15c
'to the minor. to business In Starke Tuesday.Rev. SIbs. RICE .
4 If partner has. bid no trump, and you 11 is hand was as follows: urday. Saturday afternoon ;May 7th at
1 h p. a Hearti-8 4 Rev. C. A. Crosby of Rising filled J. H. Kelley and Mr. Minzle I
k r hold B "two-suiter, always bid both the home of Mrs. W. ,,II. ,,Norman.
e suite, if you have the opportnnity, Clubs. -A, K, 7, 6, 2 his regular appointment at the The afternoon was spent in play- Groover attended church at Shady 25c
{Tres of values held. !If f ncr I 'momls- <* church here Sunday._ The hostesses served Grove Saturday and Sunday. Quarts Cooking Oil .
1' y bas bid a suit, and you hold a ..woniter dei- A, K, 9, 7, 3 Ing games. .
bid both suits unless holdingat Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Johns and the guests with Ice cream and
NOTICE TEACHERSEXAMINATION'
leant one trick better than average CONTRACT BIDDING: family spent! Sunday with relativesat cake.Mr. 41argeor8smallCREAM

t lucnort[ for partner's bid. If, after One heart, pass, two spades (a fore. I St. George Ga., J. M. Oliver of Baldwin wasa
p' bidding both suits, partner persists Inrebiddl1i bid Second Mrs. J. S. Norman and business visitor here Friday.
Inq ), paas. round-two daughter, for teachers certificates -

it L or a third{his or possibly hand,either a fourth at no suit trump, let, r!k now trump in ,a pass position three to clubs realize, pass.thAt Y Z Miss Mertle, were visitors to The many frlenda of Mrs. Oscar Applicants will report at the Bradford Carnation or Pet 25c

him have the bid. You have informed 'its to trfor in of hi Gainesville Tuesday. Carter are glad to know she is rap- County High School at Starke, on
: !game one *
!'' I him of the character of your hand suits and sliouul now bid four clubs to Messrs. Oscar Carter and Simon idly recovering from an operation June 2nd 1932, at 8 o'clock. It
and it is for him to decide. The only show decided business visitorsto performed May 6th at Starke. 10 Soap Powders 25c
txception to this rule is a "tw< 'ter' a preference over spadei. Phillips were will be necessary to have pen, ink Octagon or
Y should now bid five clubs and hIS Charleston S. C.
}, JO strong that you have '.an one will Tuesday. Sheriff W. J. Epperson of Starke and legal cap paper.A. .
.
i. ,t kf the suits, irrespective of pol...Ier'a When score your game.: partner has bid two sutts, Mesdames E. C. Johns and was a business visitor here Tues- J. GRIFFIS,

.y) f ) tsnd. If partner support one of your you can aumt his bid with a much: Henry Dunn entertained their Sun- day. 5-20-21. Superintendent., C.S.Meal,7percenBrightl,10Best
1 tests, it i* not advisable to bid the weaker hand than with the usual suit
r ether suit units such suit is a major bid. Z held the following hand
c suit and.the first suit bid is a minor
Scratch Feed $1.75
nit. Hearts-Q, 7, 6, 2 Grade -
n Clubs- 10 9. 7,4.
If dealer second hand
11 as or you DiamondstiSpade.Q
C have bid a no trump and yc 'r partner
dhows two suits, always support one of 4, 3, 2 r- sus RICE 100 lb. sacks $2,65451b.tinsSwift'sJewelLardZ85
them if possible.Do nut re bid no trump His partner had bid both hearts and ,
ui un'ess! you have a double stopper in the spades. ana his opponents had overbid
other! two suits, and less than normal with four diamonds. Z: failed to reah** itt9 _'F. "..S' t'
tupport in the suit bid. Remember that the great strength of his hand nnj
f. "two-suiter" is the strongest! suit pumd. I f he had bid four hearts eIther :
hand that can be held at Auction ort at Auction or Contract, his partner

Contract, if played at the bent bid oft could easily have scored game and -Q' 96 Ibs. FLOUR $2.00
lbecombmedhands,and it is your duty rubber lie on the lookout for "two- -
i to figure out this bid, if in any way suitrr--"' and try to realize their unusual t !
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?', r t Proto'ma i "Ir ,, t : ..1"I"t1 Have a complete line Jars at

I Heart_Q I .. 4rk..l Ilt ,
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,to', 7 S Spades-Clubs Diamonds> -none". t T ..,..:......... ;! LOWEST PRICESWANTEDWANTEDWANTED

}, ( Hearts 7 Hetrts-J, 10 ... 1 .
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f', : Clubs 8 r"* 1 Ciuba2annnd.9

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t i bpudc:*-J, 9,3 I Z t Spade.-K -- t ,.... rl \

J Heart-ft, 4.. 3 1 \
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;' Iubl-A .
'' 1)v--1'; : 7 We will cash
i J. Eggs Eggs--- pay or
lore : :' .'J ,
?t c ,yv /d1\-\ :
.y "R'f"; are trumps r. :'I f If f the! former,Y should overtrump' ant t / tradeCARL'S
'a !'eHJii.vclliYZwlnl: I en should/ then will the balance of the .. ,_ .. '-- '
tricks "K..i.t, any dc-fen, I tricks. If A discards, Y should dir<| ; ': -
,, of hearts -: ; .. I
t Sfus: R'fhi.pntblemieuncxcdicnt' the queen and then mutt" iI' t. -
1 muttraV.the: "grand coup:'* that the kit two trick ." ,',"'.' J.i it .
U, to! t\l.i'\l'; of a winning trick in At trick four if B leads a heart Y p CASH
,rvjcr f> t.' s>-.> n ore's trump( holding 4 weld win anti lead the diamond no \!!. ; t.fi

lahouid l 1-r i tUfi\ ecu of cluhi and I that Y Z the same play a* before.At .. .J' .jJ. : t. '- U CORNERS.
tree ......., ,, .I1I\.t. '-.t. :rH"' ,
trui.ip' in Y'J h--J with the four off trick if U refuses to win the ""'"' > _
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f. i;>:&.10'. \' t''nfl' : nov lead the ace of fn. diamond trick Z should win thet ,, ,P'1'' .-' '" 'W, . ,
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'kpaJcs .and fu!> .-v \/ith '-nix of di.- k pn-l lead the heart which Y ......., '\" R. JOHNS & COMPANY
dr' rronda. it i;; ins tt'8! tll.k? with the a'lo,1dIn' and return the diamond.No ,!. .
f ace, h, ma';i !sal! 1 1'a a Thor 4 dtcx- :; matter what U now does afti-r! : o Believe It or not milk cows of David Johnson'a dairy farm. Miami. Florida, have gone radio.JWJId- Grocers Grain and Feeds.c'
nand cr a !L'..
IeL.I: ., l4t..ti.etcamt''adthe: : ; ; : t'i' tricks. Ito tricky little probtciu the picture above shows the radio and cabinet housing it. and the arrow points to its location in the . ." -" ..-

,L;,... : m....' e..ct. .:un p u trl.r4t Lit: interesting and instruct..c. milking barn. It will be noted that the radio ia located in the center of the barn. .. .. --.. .'-- .- .' . '



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FltIO"Y'' MAY 20, 1932--- .__._ _._ BRADFORD COUNTY- -- -TELEGRAPH- .. .- STARKE. -FLO1UUA. ---. --- .. --.-- 4
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Recreational use of the National Jacksonville This city to be : : :
of Mrs. O. J. Grlf- a'r .
== guests Tuesday ;
Forest In 1931 Increased all com- central accounting office for postal
l fin, while enroute home after at. 4 pared with 1930. reports just compiled savings system In northern section y\r., ; '
r : the funeral of Mr. et
tending George by the Forest Service show. of state. 'iI,':, 4'
I !
Sparkman of Archer, at the Spark. "
v '
Bits of The estimated total of visitor for 'e
man cemetery on Santa Fe River MayoBAG.. Cafe opened In .i. t ,'
1931 reached the record figure of) vacatedby
near Graham. building west of postofttce!
33,223613. a gain of 324,093 over Quick Lunch Cafe. I


I 1 calNConcernin GREEN GRATEFUL I the preceding year.. 4.., -.- -,-.-,_,_,- 1
Crentvlew Rarpaln Annex store t
.. A '
Washington D. C., May 11. Fr' .
ri'e opened In building recently occu I
Our People, Business and Congressman R. A, Green Is profoundly r? y pied by Beall's on Main street
grateful for his recent un 1 VoteforLOUIS f ;.1 .'

5 Progress of the County and Town. opposed renomination. lie has just Belle Glade- ,Tw story building \ .

been Advised by the secretary of 1 i 1 nearing completion at state prison

I!! I state that no one qualified against tth farm near here. ,\ ; r
.. __ H. HILL
i nex7C7e7ciQSR 4s2is ,him. Today he made the following 00 "'" -- ;, ,h
statement: a.--w:
Sale WEATHER REPORT '
Stump' I
Kotc 25o CANDIDATE KOIl I
"Frlenda are the most valuable I,
j I
Suit at Stum 'a Sole, Coinpiled 1 by Starke Branch, U. of all earthly possessions. My \' .

Bathing S. Forestry Department friends have made possible my t unopposed (, x e l, n7 aI BradfordHardvare Tax Collector !' ,

5e per )'d. Stump' Sal Week ending May 17, 1932. renomination for repress ,\
Gingham Date Max. MID. Prcci tative in congress from the Second "

D. -P. neon Miami, May 11 87 b8 District of our state. For this co. Co./ {nil appreciate your t;
yr Tuesday May 12 87 53 operation, trust and confidence) I S

wash Starke May 13 81S M am profoundly grateful. The press, .r La : Vote and Support' i

attended court May 14 87 58 the civic organization and the citizens (Branch of Rulrd Ililw., CaGainewvlllev pt'I'"l
E.Knight ILeve hud r\
Col D ninny yearn
,
In general have helped mebetter to ) I
recently. May lIS 86 60 I
In St Augustine May 16 97 64 serve our district and this fa l"'nr'' In land \uliitti 1
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was recent May 17 87 69 response Inspires me to higher amore Starke Florida "
Mn J. E. _._____._,_.._
No rainfall for week. able efforts. The fight D. E. Knight. .
Mrs.
of ,
guest district I t ; --- ----- -- -- -- --0 ;
represent our |ip congre; Annual Fishing ,1.1'
is a sacred trust and I have so s regarded -
Col. and Mrs. H. V. Knight were Work Shirts 23c Stump's Sale. '.
It. The district's vote has ". Contest
,
Jacksonville\ Wedneadaj -
visitors In been recorded on every call. I have FLORIDATHEATRE
Mrs. E. B. Jelks of Quitmai, not missed roll call since I have !
big sale a BLOSSOM TIME IN WASHINGTON :
gore on-bIg. Ga., is visiting her son-In-law and been The IT'S CHERRY Rlny 20th to SrpUmbrr13th
your representative. the Tidal Basin in Washington,
blossom along
offered to the pulilic. The Japanese cherry
ever
Mt allies daughter, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Maitie. IncliiMhe
vote of no other district In the D. c:, are in full bloom at this time of the year, end their beauty i'a
country has this 100 per cent record farther enhanced in this striking night view, showing the UlununaWd GAINESVILLE. FLA. 'I :t )

Dell of during these years. On two Washington Monument. Hl'LKS ...,. t
Mr. and Mrs S. T. ..Broiidrloth and prints Jd wIde, occasions I have left the hospital, -1- PROGRAM( WEEK 11.19th
In Stark
Gainesville\ were visitors lOc Stump's Sale. against' the advice of my doctor I to This sentiment of Senator Lewis: Once Disinterested All contestants must register ,Lt t

llhursday. answer the call of the roll. I have who is so well known and loved Ir before flllil l lee caught In order to TODAY : ''4
Club Girl Becomes
Mr. B. M. returned I to
Knlglit
tried to vote and labor
this earnestly Florida can well be taken by al be to enter catch.2 .
Mrs. E. M. Johns Is spending with Mrs. S. his home in Berlin Ga., Friday after : for the best Interest of the people of us as the feeling that should Statewide Winner eligible "DEVIL'S LOfTFItVWith j
end In Ormond week's visit here with his
ceek- a of our district. Possibly mistake dominate us in going to the polls Fish must be caught with rod

BC. Carnell. sister, Mrs. W. J. Epperson. have been made, because we are on the 7th day of June. Ocala, Fla. -- Five years ago and reel. I KL1SSA LAND

not perfect, but such mistakes have Harmony la essential to Demo Ruth Ansley Joined a Marion Coun -3- I
Mr. Felton Varnedoe of Jacksor Stark Mrs. A. Z. Adklca, Mrs. R. J. been of the head, and not of the cratic success and harmony can b< ty 4-II club "to get out of a geography Tackle must bo purchased' SATURDAYVAUNKK t'.

Bvllle. spent the week-end in Davis, Mrs. D. A. Montieth and heart. It has been my honest and had only by the early and over class on Thursday after from Bradford Hardware Com \ II.\\TKKHIAN d '

with friends. Miss Ethel Griffin were visitors conscientious effort to bring tour whelming nomination of Franklin noon.", she said Recently she pany. M \ NIXON 'fa,

SulState's < In Jacksonville Monday. people every possible aid and D. Rosevelt by the national con was selected as one of the four outstanding HI*-' In t t
Mcn' Socks Sc pr. Stump' relief. I have an abiding faith i in vention in Chicago.J. club members in the state Fish must be weighed on "AM.ITEOIl.tliV"

and Mrs. A. S. Men' Overall" 40c Stump' Sal the people of my district and slat L. FRAZEE. /and will represent Florida at the Bradford Hardware scales and Added fbiirtln. Chum ComidyMONDAY j {

Attorney They have been kind and good to Chairman of Roosevelt for President National Club.Camp In Washington left for short time for display.5 ,
Jacksor.vill -
were visitors In Mrs. W. J. and Mr .. r
Crews Epperson
me. It is my ardent desire to render Club. this June. ,
| Tuesday. George Anderson motored I to them SERVICE.: i Ruth says she then thought that Only fresh water Black Baaa etc TUESDAY ,
Gainesville this afternoon to attend FOIS'TII'ICTOn OVER "eating vegetable and drinking t
entered. F
Mrs. Laura Crenshaw week-end guest of Cole of the: show at the Florida Theatre.Mr. Congressman R. A. Green is just! \KDEV IN M.MX BOUT milk were a necessary evil of life, or Trout can-be C- Sunday Ml UN I the
&D, was conk
a.nd that helping to or serve
advised by Mr. A. J. Rountre No Individual can win more '
Mrs. L. S. Hutto. and Mrs. W. P. Randall and I American Legion official of Lake Gainesville, May" 17.-Fight fans & meal was a nuisance.' He first than one prize. ': !MOltKIS! & CAROL

children; Bill, Jr., and Lucia Lisle City that a delegation from the who attended the weekly show year of club work was devoted _7_ LOMBAKOK
I
Mrs. L. E. Dowllng of Jackson of Jacksonville, spent the week-en Florida Department, America at the City Club arena last night mostly to gardening. She grew a In case of a tie, fish will be In NITN"WEDNESDAY ti'"SINNERS

Julie,, Is the guest of her daughtei with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvare; Legion will be in Washington on witnessed one of the fastest and 1-4 acre garden which supplied the atoil in order caught. /\ IN THE f /II L
t
Mrs. W. E. Middleton. Way 20th for a conference wit best matched cards staged in home with vegetables all the year I'IUZE' J
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis attenc- left for canningand
In months. and some were '
of the veterans -
General Hines, Director I 1003: Kalamazoo Shakespeare'
Rev 1... G. Hemingway attended ed the Methodist District Conference Administration.I I I Bill Stykca and Billy Stallings for immediate sale. Since then Reel, Value $8.00Judges / OEOUOE n.NCltOI"T1U1lt111 '

he Baptist Convention held In St. at the Riverside church In Congressman Green today conferred matched for the main bout refused she has had a garden every year, : A. O. Andreu H. C. IIOI'KINB I PIn ,

Petersburg last week.Dr. Jacksonville Thursday and Friday with General Hines and the to go on owing to the smallness and from them bus canned every Wall and H V Knight ,' >rth

meeting is set for 11 o'clock a. m. of the house, but Vasco Forsyth year, and from them has canned "WOULD THE ,' i ,
G. P. Raymond attended the Boys Overall S9o Stump's Sail 1008 Arlington Building. The purpose and Lollle Harden, better known as over 1.000 quarts of products and Jo'I.F.MU"J;\ /

,aptlst Conference held in SI of the meeting Is to urge the the "Polk County Wonder," step made In net cash from $15 to $43 JI.IF _' 4B'
etersburg last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott hav to Miss Tlllle .
necessity of immediately addIng ped into the breech and fought each year according
---- returned to Zolfo Springs after, additional facilities\ to the U. S. eight furious round at top speed. Roesel, home demonstration agent. :

Mr. and Mrs. S S. Dowling were a week's visit here with Mr. Scott Veterans Hospital No. 63, Lake Evenly matched and in good Ruth tells how she "learned to "I j,.

Waldo Sunday, guests of Mi parents, Mr, and Mrs F. A. Scot City Bills have been introduced by condition the pair kept the crowdon like fresh vegetables by eating I

ud Mrs. Hugh Griffin. Senator Trammell'and Representative edge, and although many them a bit at a time. My posturewas t

Miss Lois Adkins, Miss Kitty : Green for the additional 200( thought the fight was a good greatly improved my skin be.came i "" s

lMtn'8ork Pant 69c Stump'CM. Modgsed, MIss Martha\ Brownie beds, but It hoped that the Vel draw the decision 'Writ to Forsythdue clear and resin looking, my I I

md Miss Ruby Kilpatrick motor eran's Adlminlstration will alb to the fact he landed the ma eyes brighter, and my hair glossy TIP TOPHGROCERY : .
-- -- Kl to Gainesville Tuesday after iran'a Administration will ails jority of telling blows: and alive. In fact, I discoveredthat ,''L }

and Mrs H. V. Knight spent loon. for the enlargement. Harden carried the fight and all beauty problems are more \: t ,

[today( in Tampa where ColJilght won the admiration of the crowd easily solved if one follows a few l', (

attended court. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Turner and through his clean tactics while simple rules governing diet and ', I t

emily' of Macclenny, spent! Sunday AIRMAN ROOSEVELT CLUB Forsyth fought his usual game health. habits," she said. \" ,
I Hrs E. M. Johns Mrs. T. J. Grit with Mrs. Turner's mother, IN OPEN LETTER TO YOTEK! battle and showed a willingness to "Clothes do not make the girl I if

$i and Mrs. J. E Corpening spent Ura. F. B. Johns. mix it with the Polk County Won- but they tell a lot about her" and "

Vetaesday in Jacksonville. (Continued from page 1.) der. In her clothing work Ruth say

Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs. D. F. acre and lot of land In the stat ----.- that she learned the making fitting .
lira.! N. D Wainwright, Mrs OU Carpenter: Mrs. H. B, McLendon, sf ery New York was entirely treed GIVE rEPl'EKS t ,\lU.Y pressing, and wearing of her

Beasley and Mrs. J. L Frazei ire E. S. Matthews and Mls'lora rom state taxation, and to this BORDEAUX SVKAY'FOR clothes as well as that clothes

Ipeat Monday in Jacksonville. Belle Jackson spent Monda; lay does not pay one penny of LEAI"-SI'OT:,CONTROLSince should be fitted to the wearer in

In Jacksonville.Mrs. taxes to the state. The expens line, color, style, and the personality *
J Kiss Myra Smith of Jackson of the state government Is paid leaf-spot of peppers make of the Individual. ?. .

Idle, spent the week-end with her Bessie Prewitt and MiHankenship ntlrely by the industrial Interestf Its appearance so suddenly< and unexpectedlY a Iu
.rents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Smith of Fern&ndina, and the state and by income taxes : Dr. G:. F. Weber, associate WillistonBank of Archer to

Hr. and Mrs. D. B. Beasley of md privilege taxes and and the plant pathologist with the move to this place and change it Location Uelwccn Hank and Posloffice d

kiss\ Edna Hutto. Miss Carrie Gainesville were guests Sunday ofMr. : and of the farmer is relieved trot Florida Experiment Station, sec name to Perkins State Dank. i y': (} t
putto and Miss Helena Pratbeint the stateI ommends spraying early with a 4- '
and Mrs. O. L. Beasley.Mr. my burden of supporting ,
t Wednesday In Jacksonville could go on and cite many other 1-50 bordeaux mixture. Smith'. Service Station, next to Vest Grade White w- PICKLKS.f ,

and Mrs. W. G Struth and revolutionary changes in New The disease first appears on the courthous. Qt.-JfUSTARD Vise

lath towel. Dc Stump' Sale. hildren, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Paige, fork during the, last four years lower leaves in small brown spots Closing of Mall Bacon lb. 6/c '

Jacksonville. of which has benefice with dark margins and white cen South ,
of
Kiss JI'., and son, Billy veryone CA7'SUl\ 2 for 15c
[ Flora Belle Jackson of pent the week-end at the home ofMr. the little man at the expense ot ters. These spots grow rapidly until No. 11 parcel post 6:13 a. m. -- .
anton, Ga., is visiting her eta and Mrs. W. H. Struth. he wealthy Interests much more the leaf yellows, wilts, and falls No. 107 letter, special deliver] Small Sides, lb. 51-ic -Stuffed- -Olives- ISc ; .
l Mr. _ 6 oz. u I.i iII iV
Ire. -
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D. and Mrs
P. Carpenter As i a are weakened 10:00
able to bear the burden. The defoliated plants and special handling, : a. m. .
T. Long. Gov. Roosevelt wa and fruit rot often sets In. Th North Pure Jersey ---- -
weal onsequence Plsla ISe
andchildren's. 1.2 lb.
Ladles- lected for his present term by tin cause Is a fungus and Its spore No. 12, parcel post and letter, Tuna
I Kr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley at- Iressen Silo Stomp' Sale. and the wind and Butter Ib 22c ''
greatest popular vote < are easily scattered by 3:15: p. m. Brown Sugar Ib. 5cJd

lied the Baptist convention it Those atending the Baptist W.M. greatest majority ever cast for any,: rain. Thus early and effectlvi No. 108, letters, special deliver; Ib. 27c -. rl', ,
Petersburg Saturday Sunday; Sunday .- governor. preventive measures are Imperative. and special handling, 0:80: p. m. Brookfield, IS t
'1 L U. Rally at Dedan church II'J8. Potatoes cJVlwleGram ,
Monday.
W. J. Ep- Contemplating this picture ot: Night mall close at six o'clock.No. .
were: Mr. and Mra --- ----
J. M. Brownlee, Mrs lascob: and his bosses on the one Dr. Weber advles growers to 1, due at 11:12: p. m. ONIONS 2 Ibs.Macaroni Lie i
lira J. w. Carleton of Jackson- person. Mrs. G Hemlnwaj hand. and of Mr. Roosevelt and the spray even though the plants show No. 2, due at 0:19: a. m. Blue Rose -
L. ;
:.It, is the guest of her brother J. H. Pitta, Mrs. eople whom he has so greatl;] no signs of the diseases! since s a WanD Branch 4 pkgs. 15c
Alderman
4 and Mrs. O. W.
Z.sister-in.law, Judge and Mrs served on the other, It Is very easy,; severe infestation can come on ec Mall clooea, 7:00: a. m RICE ,_ .
[ Adkins. for the simplest of us to see why i aa rapidly. For absolute control; 2:40 L 4
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Saul, Mr I Mail I arrive. : p. m. CHEESE, lb. 15c
chock la to be put under the spraying should begin before the -0 '
Jr.. --
l_IlIInrnlng Bird Hose all new and Mrs. N. D.Herbert Wainwright Hart and Roosevelt bandwagon.Now plants are removed from the seedbed 5 Pounds--15c d Sardines 4 for IScCorned
*r .shade '79c, Stump's Sale. Ir.[ and Mrs. to the question 1s, will the and should be continued reg _, _
motored
Ira Miss'ernandina: Beverly Sunday Cady and spent the common people of the United< ularly. This I Is another case where CENT A WORD True Love UestFLOUR Reef, can-- ISc i4 l t
John< Biggs of Jacksonville,, itates. Democrats and Independ the proverbial "*tltch lu tlme,8&vea\

e' e guest at the home of bened4 day. its alike, permit these venal Interests nine." Roast Reef anh ISc ,
.. ,
Dr. COLUMN
E. L. Biggs Tuesday director olOh to delude them Into sup- .
'Wednesday. Miss Mae Matthews, -- -- -
Doctor! the musical comedy porting someone else who lias Roosevelt n<- TRAIN SCIIEDU1JB FOR SALE-Family size ice box, 2.1 lbs. 55c Grape Juice I Qt. 29c'' '
for election, against -
Woman'inub chance : : k
the ...
Yr' and presented by condition, cheap. Mrs 1'2168. 30c --
Mrs. J. B. Carwile and whom they know will be elected Our schedule changes March 9ti In good
.1 daughter Ann of 'Tstmpa, will leave Saturday for Ft inthat if nominated and trains will run as follow: William Norris, 403 S. Walnu --- ---- Qt. Florida Syrup 19c I IllltOOMS t tk '

weekend of Mr. and Meade to stage the production Is named 1 dueStarke street, Starke. -13-2t-- -
guests They do not care who Southbound, local No. Ib 20c
'L It C. city. Lard 3 s. '
Wall. 19c
ao( each
primaries
In a the preferential 11:12: p. m. FOR RENT-Four room- house ll ,
returned Wednesday long as It Is not Roosevelt. For to Southbound local No. 11, due with four Iota for gardening.$,J 8I -- -
IlJ1
nom O. L Beasley returned Fri Mr. :J.from C. Manning Jacksonville where he stance, the same Interest that supported Starke 9:35: a. m. per month Mott Realty Co., can .. 47c Coconut,-pk 5c ?

Tampa where she had Smith against Roosevelt b Southbound limited No. 107r due I -20tf.t --. --
his
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having eye Telegraph. -
week
H-ltlng her parents Mr and pent the past Manning1 friends lassachuaetts supported Game) StArk. 10:28 a. m. Tomatoes 2 for 15c f' 9 k;
C. Durden. reated. Mr. Smith IIl'alnatRoosevelt. No. 191 due t heifer unmark- ,
that he la 1m- In California and Southbound limited STRAYED-One Milk Sale I '
to know
Ill be glad Starke 11:00: p. m. ed, 15 months old cream colored Nor.lleans: To Ibs.:35c

kn. and Mrs. w. O. Halle will; roving. The same Intersts undertook to''I| Northbound local, No.2, due I Two white spot on hip. Finder: i Tall can. ae. .--.--..-- --- ) l
I their guests for the week- the nomination of J. Hamilton Starke 5:19 ''m.Northbound please notlafy and receive re '
J: and daughter buy 25c ,i
E. S. :Matthews 2 fo.Coffee 2 Ibs. .
,
C r. and Mrs. Roy Dial and Mrs. H. B. McLendon, will sail Mrs. -
Roy, Jr., of Orlando. York City where not need them, that he could:, Starke 3:31 p. m. house era, 15c
for New FOR 'rnADE-IHoom Jello 2 pkgs. _
b"see- Sunday will attend the graduation of carry his delegation In Illinois and I Northbound limited No. 108, due 1 lot, 3 blocks from busmen sec Grits or Meal __ _:. ,

Shirts 49c, Stump's Sale. hey Eugene: L. Matthews from Columbia hat was all he was going to tn; Starke 5:::53 p. m.Wannee. tlon In Dade City for house with Smoked Ham or f

for a* he was a Roosevelt man Broach two to five acres of land within i
\ University.Mr.
\(1'( and Mrs. Z. J. Roberta of and he was not going to see else thai' No. 101 leaves Stake 7.00: a. m. one mile from Starke or Lawtey 10 lbs.16c Bacon, Ib. lOiDelmonle ,,11

la. were the andthree delegation thrown to anybody and No. 102 arrive 2:40: p. m. Starke --
I Yaa guests Sunday and Mrs. R. C. Dowling announcement W. II. Noegel, Route 2, .
Robertaparents, Mr. and children, Mr. Ben Dowling,, enator Lewis made no public the dally except Sundays 0-8-31. Delmonle r
rge A. C srdiner.and Jones Mid Grace Dupree of that kind before T.J. Griffin Agent

--- Irs. and Mae Mr. Hugh Moore of Jacksonville limaries' but within we three find hint weeks In I Blue Bo ScbedalMDally LOST-Two yearling, unmarked, COFFEE Fruits for Salad i
the primaries
after
lira O. L. Haynes and were guests Sunday atthe In an authorized effective Jan. 1, 1912.I one male color dark brindle 01

II. Misses -arab. Hope and home of Dr lad Mrs .W. E. Vashlngton stating that he will not Northbound S:03 a. m., 1:89 p. side half butt-headed; female
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Po I'icd AnnniiiicrmiMits! and support courteous will manner be Your vpt!.
And tree is Yet Come- appreciated
I yr orst to FOR STATE SENATOR!' LOUIS H. ijj
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FARM NEWS SECTION 'oti, Ir In response to the auKKestlon of I hereby announce, myself
r' nany friends, and bellovlnt that IIn illdat for the office o( A.oe..an.i .
'+Y ar be of valuable service to the Taxes of Bradford County !
people of thi. senatorial dl.ttiotomposed to the wishes of the voters ,to publ.et,;
illq, of Union and Bradford pressed. !In the coming DomocrJS'primary.
d Conducted By / unties I hereby announce myselfa. 1( elected. I
Ifuarr.nter
. /11llpl 'art a candidate for state senator, the favors Information. accomnZi
; lubjact to the will of the Democratic datlon. and courtesies
L. T. DYER County Agent/ enters at the primary election on given through that office. Will hi
1932. I In favor of and
June 7. am predate I serious I ape
your
MISS VEAKl. JORDAN' Home Demonstration Agent will work for tax reduction and In i vote and assistance.. eonslderatlVn'
reduction of the or running
0 a the state government expense ; I also N. D. WA1NWRIQHT
,
III l 1 favor and will work for thetr.ngthening '
1 1I 1f 1w I hereby announce myself ,
; cb .. of the state banklna;
U11nANRESIDENTS Work illdat far
MOVEMENT OF Experimental k laws to protect depositor and to re-election to the ofriceiU t
+ : TO FARMS t make their liability to loss much Tax: Assessor During; the threi "
PROBLEMS Sorry ro Prnin At more remote. I will ever be alert fear, that I have been your assessor. i
PRESENT for and on the right side of any tried hard to give to the nuk.
Brooksville Station _ither measure which I believe to lie all that could be expected of .mla.
in manufacturing be for the best Interest of the peo.I assessor. and In asking for r .
Conditions existing I Die and the protection of their rights election I promise you this, that.if 1
"j} ,,, and Industrial centers during Plans are going forward rapidly and property. Your vote and .up am elected again I will continue to

the last few months have had a for the Inauguration of research I port I am will elected ba hlsjhlv your appreciated confidence. andIf tome serve Impartially.you honestly. I will appreciate fearlessly,you and

/1 tendency to turn the thoughts ol I work at the cert e"ner1m< nt "'\- I will never be violated. vote at the coming. primary and IrOA.

1 .I residents to the Rrooks\llle for which Respectfully eral election. Respectfully.
city lion near
,\ unemployed Lake. Butler, Fla.. J. M. MANN M. D. E. W. HAVES.:
;' 1' S open country, and many of them the grounds were recently donated'

moving either back to the to Agriculture by Col. and Mrs. To the Democratic Voter of. the FOR SHERIFFTo
are Fifteenth Senatorial. District: the Democratic) voter of I nd-
'w' farm or onto a farm for the first Raymond Robins, according to an Many of the voter., both Bradford ford County:

" I time. They are turning to the Announcement today by Dr. E. W. and Union counties., which comprise I hereby announce my candldaci"
"f the above senatorial district, urged for sheriff of this county subject to
at and Dr. WithoutEXtravagance
& farm as a place where they can Sheets of the Department Progress me, prior to the death of enatorJohns the action of the voter at the com

;( least provide food and helter fort Wilmon Newell of the Florida Experiment to enter the race for the ing Democratic primary election'
r6i' Democratic nomination a. senatorn promising If elected a faithful honest :;
K their families. Station. A research pro- a y- the coining primary I : election to and efficient. performance of the

While the desire of a man to assure pram which will include chiefly be held In June, 193;. I now takethis duties of said office. Your vote and
I method of making: formal support '.s respectfully solicited
of his family of livestock and poultry is my
V the members citrus, announcement for this Important LAUKIC33 C. CLEMONSI :

i u t food clothing and a place to live planned, and the poultry work Is % J Thomas Jefferson asked himself office. I ask each and every voterto
9 wholesale "back out. carefully consider my candldar-y\( ; hereby announce an candidate. ''
l In commendable, a already mapped these< oucaMons, about thrwe whomhe If I nm the nominee I pledge efficient for sheriff of Bradford County, FlorIda
to the farm" movement can have At the request of the depart- supported for public office: service to the people. and respectfully .ollclt .and will
t S In the flrsl ment of Agriculture the Florida Respectfully. appreciate your .uppnrt at the Juno
I ? scrioua consequences. First! : Is he HONEST? Lake Butler, Flo. HAL Y, MAINES Primary. W. J. EPPERSON.I .
.l an Indiscriminate movement Experiment Station cooperatingIn o
a place, Second: Is he CAPABLE?
to result In work and will render r/ At the solicitation. of many friendsI hereby announce my cnndldacy
the
bound
.. kind is planning
} of thin Third: Will he be faithful to the have decided to become a candi-i for sheriff of Bradford. county tub.
{' v ,i9n attempts to farm lands which assistance i conducting: it. DIrector CONSTITUTION ? date for State Senator, lEtti senatorial ject to action of the voters at tat

, r ''rat should not be farmed, and bring a Newell states that the Flor- district comprising Bradford' primary June 7th. I have beencltlxen 0
i The record of
; and Union counties It elected I of the county all my life and
certain amount of additional suffering ida Station is putting no funds Into CARY A. HARDER promise faithful and conscientious have never asked for an office at the

to families trying to farm the work at the present time, 4.e.III service and respectfully. solicit the hand of the voter If elected I
work will shows that he eminently possesses support of all Democratic voter at promise the cltlaen. of the county
additional
t' them. and that the t-j-w i119or. rr3TT these qualifications. His career as the June Primary efficient law enforcement without
+r t' i And then nf course! there is the be handled by the present staff. private citizen state W. E. MIDDLE-TON.: showing partiality. Your support
+ + --- attorney, and vote will be .appreciated.OSCAR .
with additional the fact that the Department -
that
near certainty Despite member and speaker of the houseof FOil RPItK8KSIT.\TI! i ANDREWMRMIlF.lt
families returning to farms thru- of Agriculture has only limited '" 4 e "-" I respectfully announce my candidacy ,
"1 of farm I funds available for the project, representatives and as Governor for Representative of Bradford : SCHOOL hlOARDmet.lI
out the nation, production HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES .1 PROGRAM"The proves his honesty and capacity.His County, subject to the will of take this method of announcing
r
(I' crops will be still further Increased It Is believed that preliminary WRVF FARM! loyalty to the Constitution the Democratic voter of the comlna1primary my candidacy. for member of school
market will made by officials of election June 7, Ifnominated board from School District No. 1.1
t recently 1 13If'dl
and over-supplied plans i'e Florida"The .
der an I Weekly from Demonstration Voice ef I and elected' I comprising North Starke and Lawtey,
), be \flooded. Such a condition will the two Institutions will result in Tallahassee I I- Governor Iftently, faithfully and fearlessly doeverything abject to the will of the Democratic .
to the vast excellent research Specialist, that I can that will help voter. In the coming primary
losses program.
In an
result more
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the Legislature. To the 1921 Leg the majority of the citizen of Bradford June T, 1933. If nominated and
j army that is already farming, and 'It is the desire of state and i iI Florida Farm Hour from islature he said: County and the State of Flor elected I promise to work for tie

has been on the farm for years. federal officials that the stationbe ida. Will attempt and aid In placing best Interest of all the schools of
I WRUF each day next week from "Like many of the other states the state on a business basis. I will Bradford county and I earnestly. .o-
has been utilized to the fullest extent for BOILED VEGETABLES
The plight of agriculture noon to 12:49: EST, will broadcastthe of the union, we are fact becominga sincerely appreciate your support.O. licit your vote and support.
S i none too good for the last 10 years, I the benefit of agriculture and wildlife following talks by College of 'commission ridden' people. I M. INMAN. Respectfully O. H. BENNETT

and more families on the farms will I conservation! not only of Flor To reduce the losses of minerals Agriculture workers and others. wish to call upon you to adopt the I take this method of announcing: I respectfully announce. that I am
agriculture in ida but of the entire Southeastern candidacy for the office of Reprenenatlva. for member of the school
not help to Improve vitamins, and other food sub- my A candidate
21 Florida Farm policy of 'Back to the Constitu-
Sat., May .
t states where similar conditions exIst I favor reduction of salaries board, district No. 1 (comprising voting
i' general. stancesln boiling vegetables it Is News and Hints. Farm Editorial tion. and taxes and rigid economy precinct one and two), subject
s, Additional families In the rural ," says the announcement by necessary to have the water boiling "The creation of outside slung all lines of our state work to the action of the Democratic pr|.
commissions -
additional bur- Doctors Sheets and Newell. Snapshots.Mon. Should I be honored with the nomination mary. election to be held June 7th
sections will place before adding the vegetables. Add ., May 23-Early Hogs Bring not only makes for inefficiency and afterward election I If elected I promise the citizens of
dens on the rural schools!, and It Is The Chlnsegut Hill estate! which from one to one and one-half tea- More-D. E. Tlmmona. Feeding but it makes for extravagance promise to the best of my ability the district and county the hem
that the cities will not offer was deeded to the Department of of honest and faithful service.T. service of which I am capable, Your
certain
of salt to each quart
spoonful -
In ,
Spring Calves! for. Fall MarketW. expenditures. B. FINHO1.STER. support will be appreciatedRAY .
to help,skare them. Agriculture by Col. and Mrs. Rob- cooking water. Cooking with salt J. Sheely. "There has been a tendency In A. NEWSOM.I .

t It does not seem quite fair for ins comprises 2,082 acres admir- helps retain the color of green 2'I"Rust: the to create too offices sl"rr: "' on- SCHOOLS
Tues., May l Mites on past many Through the solicitation of many hereby announce myself. .a can
: the cities! to ask the farms to absorb ably situated for a wild life refuge vegetables and Improves the flavorof Oranges and Their Control-J. R. and positions. of my friends and my desire to again didate for re-election as member'
their unemployed workers and experiment station. I be your school superintendent. I desire the school board dlntrlct 1. I sin
all vegetables. Any additionof Watson. Farm Question Box. "There should not be a single to announce myself as a candidate '' Interested; ;, solely I In the advancementof

, whenever the factories and IndustrIal administration of the new soda to vegetables! to hasten Wed May 23:--Vitamins D. and office created or continued for political for thl. position, subject to the our county school and If my work
c r ri plants want to turn them off. station will be under the direction : their to the June primary. If nominated and a. a member of the board the pas
softening or preserve E, What they Are and Their Im purposes in the state of elected promise a> faithful performance two meet with your approval
$r Recently a request! that Congress of the Department of Agriculture :: color will cause a destruction, of portance-Dr. O. D. Abbott. Start. Florida. Politics and business do ,l the duties of this. office.Your your years support In the June primary

direct the! secretary of agricultureto and the Florida Experiment Sta- vitamins. Use water In which par- Ing Chrysanthemums for Fall not mix to the benefit of the state. he votes Are solicited Your and will will be appreciated. pledging thr
appreciated
highly respeo- attention to the
of his department tion.. W. F Ward of the same conscientious
the services Depart
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provide and cookedfor H. P. WIGGINS.
ed are
leafy vegetables fUlly
Bloom-John V. Watkins. Every unnecessary position, or every duties of the office.
In guiding and safeguarding ment's division of animal husbandry JAMES T. MOOnE.MKMIlKIl .
When
? I soup stock. boiling Thurs., May 28---The Shell Fish one even though necessary I hereby announce myself a candidate -
I. ,t: both public and private will be the local representativeIn vegetables use only a small amount Industry-E. C. Strickland. Spuds where the duties can be performed for re-election to the office of : SCHOOL 1I0'Ro--lIl.I.: 2

movements to put the unemployedback charge. of water, with the exception of Johnson Visits the Experiment by some other, should be abolished. Superintendent of Publlo Instructionof and I hereby announce my candidacyfor .
Hradford County. Your vote re-election member of the
a.
on the land was made by The wild life conservation will strongly flavored vegetables such Station Swine Herd with Bill Hen ." support will be appreciated. srhnol board from district 2, and If

; the National Advisory and Legislative be under the direction of the Bureau as onions, cabbage turnips and THESE WERE HIS POLICIES Respectfully A. J. ORIFF1S elected will continue to Rive the duties
Committee Land Use.! It of the Biological the ley.FrI. of the office my very heat at
on Survey, cauliflower should be boiledIn FROM 19211925'THEY of Bradford sod
They May 27--The Farm Price WILL To the voter county tention. Your support. solicited
;,L ,is to be hoped that some kind of citrus fruit production under hor a large amount of water In an SItuation-Dr. Marvin A. Brooker. BE HIS POLICIES. FROM 1933- I hereby announce my candidacyfor will be appreciated. H. D. MAT.I .
and feasible plan will be ticultural specialists! and livestock superintendent of Publlo In- "
equitable uncovered cooking pan. Farm Flashes! from. Washington.ed struction. I feel that I am qualifiedfor hereby announce a. a candidate,
evolved. and poultry work, Including pas The following vegetables are 1937.HARDEE WILL NOT BE A said office and promise to'faithfully for member. of the school hoard, District

11;:. 0 tore and feed production under the cooked In an uncovered cookingpan peas, 25 to SOmlnutes, spinach, CANDIDATE FOR ANOTHER to the discharge beet of my the ability.duties Your of same vote Theressa 2., comprising and Sampson South City. Ptarfcf I wit'',

r FEDERAL INIoI'EL'TOUiICOIMJlNIJ! Animal Husbandry Division. The with a largo amount of water: with stems, 8 to 10 minutes. With OFFICE DURING HIS TERM AS will be Appreciated.Renpectfully. appreciate. your vote and support I I"
"t 1'' : : FLORIDA'S poultryman of the Florida Agricultural L. II. FUTCH the primary June 7th.
ills Whole green young string beans out stems 4 to S minutes, whole GOVERNOR. W. C. MANNING.

a ,y EXPERIMENT STATION Extension! Service Is cooperating 30 to 33: minutes quartered or young beets, 40 to 60 minutes, old HARDEE FOR GOVERNOR FOR TAX COLLECTOR

In the poultry work. shredded cabbage 6 to 9 minutes, beets, 120 to 240 minutes yellow CLUB OF DUVAL COUNTY I hereby. announce my candidacyto MioMiinit xriiooi., 1I0.4.80--DI.1.myself a cane
' A succeed myself a. Tar: Collector I hereby announce
: ; The work of the Florida Experiment partially split or whole Brussels carrots 20 to 25 minutes..., potatoes George E. Semnimt, Secretary!! of Bradford county, subject to the dldate for member of the schou1'

Station was commended by POTATO OROWKHSCOOPERATE! Sprouts 9 to 10 minutes whole or 20 to 40 minutes, rutabagas 25 to Paid Poltlcal Adv.More Democratic primary to be held on hoard.. District No.3.Brooker comprl and KM
De- June 7th, 1932. I have tried to Hampton Graham
States
1 of the United
inspectors separated! flowerets of cauliflower 20 minutes. render you faithful, honest. and efficient River, subject to election In IM
partment annual Inspection of the 8 to 15 minutes pared whole or -Anna Mae Slkes.! ...t... re service during my first term ofoffice June primary. I promise to star
to.|
accounts and work of the Sta- Homestead, Fla. The South "' >. as your Tax: Collector I earnestly for a fair deal equal right
sliced 20 to 30 minutes to none.
turnips and partiality
funds Florida Potato Growers Association "';/ '{, ..t. \\\n solicit your support, and Ifelected .
federal are .
tion in which Respectful yours
onions 20 to 35 minutes. Rigid sanitation will help avoid ., ,: ..,;f'.r t again I shall continue to render KELLY.I .
used.! They reported that the scientific has Just completed their sec- Vegetables should be cooked cocctdlosls In chickens. (.ot., ...'.. .' "r.. you the same service as I haveIn J. H.
,'
work cond of cooperative market- '.... r "' "" 'I/ the past CARL A. KNIGHT- <(
r and research was pro year only until tender. The following ,, hereby announce myself a rf
grossing satisfactorily, and that ing and during the last! season .- .. .. .. --- ; 2 .J' f t: I respectfully announce myself acandidate dldate for re-election to the oIThof
table Includes In only enough water .. ., School Board for District No.
: ::1'. il{ .- .
: for the office of Tax Co1-
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marketed 75 of the 'f< *
percent ;:
the accounts were in good shape. crop "r ,\" : I subject to the action of the Pern
: to cover well or In case of peas ;); : J g The Inspection was made by J. from this section reports County and beans just enough water to ,\ .,k'; !:' Democratic voter at the primary of cratlo elected primary I promise June the same 7. fair art f

I. Schulte and and F. O. Hardln Agent C. H. Steffant. ATLASThe '' June 7th. I feel that I nrr In every administration of the ol
Impartial
from In most instances
..1
keep burning; way tiallfled to give the duties of trsuon
I have
Station 0l'OT.'TOF.4 \ ties of the office) that
assistants in Experiment JJ\F the nfClce efficient and competentservice.
uncovered : )I
YiELD MORE use! pan; Shells ) Pledging a full and faithful the past. Your vote a?
administration '. will
3v'i' '. and
t discharge of the duties of the I. solicited,
The Florida Experiment Station Standard Oil office to the bed of my ability I highly appreciated.

draws some federal funds for 'use Arcadia Fla.- -Where Irish potatoes / \ \;,! 5 solicit and will appreciate You support A. B. 'eURRENCT.

followed Crotalarla !In DeSoto ,, In the coming primary.Respectfully /
fOMMIISIOMKH DtatJ
+ in certain investigations in agri- Tire GuaranteedOne CARL JOHNS COUNTY !
:,;
county this spring the yield aver- I take thl. method of .nnounci
economics animal 4 E.\Cn
cultural and home for re-elertlon
from 60 to 100 bushels I Il FOIl CI.KHK OP CIRCUIT counT my candidacy J
husbandry, agronomy, chemIstry aged per Year '''I P 'R'I county commissioner. for dlatrlct
than I hereby announce myaelf a can. 1. I solicit vote and "I>P"f
acre more were no cover crop : a your
and plant pathology. A _'l'lJIil!: .1..o_ dldate for the office of Clerk of the and If .re-elected. will strive to III i
preceded them, according to County Circuit Court of Bradford County the district and county the beet.*]

K iY 1IOUS GET !MORE ATTENTION ; Agent J. J. Heard. NNNNNNNFrigidaire 1! $ A 79 subject to the will of the voter at vice of which I am capable.J. .
the coming primary Jun. 7th. I am M. HOSIER.
*> i 9 M
EAcn fully conscious of the dutle. of this

.. Do not the cItrus cover 1 2Jx4.40UJ Important office and feel that I am
Cross City, Fla.- Dixie county destroy ably fitted to perform them. In an COUNTY CO'tl'tlIttIO"'F.npl.1! !

l farmers are giving their hogs more crop by late cultivation. ,':'--- efficient manner. Never having asked At the solicitation of frlendul race a
the
for an office In the court house before have oonaented to make ,
attention this year and production I promise If elected to give Itof Commissioner l for 1""J
will be just about doubled, accord- CAPITAL faithful honest and efficient service. No. Bradford County. It Niec del' 'l
l punil'mmlfir the three Your support I. respectfully solicited. I promise to discharge the
s ing to D. M. Trcudwell, county OVER WORI( year guar- A. J. THOMAS. Incumbent upon me to the best,J
agent. "The farmers realize that Arson in AttensAtWl my ability. Your support. I. sollciq
realize NERVES anted electric refrigerator Than Low To the Voter of Bradford County and will be appreciated.L.< ,
yet they
bogs arc cheap .. 1.. COoiNER.:
.... .r ..ray AtWl_ ..de Florida:
;f that hogs are money when they _w..w. hr ........ laprins A..rWU ....10'. Price-Here Is I am a candidate for re-election hereby ann-; myself a can
... to the office of Clerk of Circuit I
ir' are fat even If It Is a small to _I, eels. waa a county r.missloner '
date for re-election as
Bradford Florida and
_. Inmtb. Court, County, If
TWra to s* J.
"
iiiisii No.
r i amount. .. .... ..... NMhHul Fine earnestly solicit your support andO I from district J
UM ere Quality continue gitinRof \ J
elected I will
_ .
j at the June Primary election.I
-4Jacksonville _..... ........ _......11I.101. render faithful honest county the *> !.3
to ,
... _ul.. V promise which C.tCRE
M.
Export of Flor- ass I.--M. For sale bySmith's and careful service Respectfully, I am capable. J. ]

ida citrus through this city during -y .weerAar LtffflmG Gus rantead O. W. ALDERMANFOR ? CONnI.s10YEflpiefI J
COIITY':
cook .
.kidr.wy.
b.-4 h 0
r period beginning September 1. 1931I 4 .,a 7 py."._N.eN.la.l. COUNTY JfjnGFiTa hereby announce myself a c" I totaled GOODYEARPATHFINDER the Democrntlo. voter of Brad. dldat for re-eUrtlon as county
and 23. 1932
ending April F ...,.._will ..*.Ml. l._-.. ford County, Florida: mlssloner.. District S. If the """
148,996 boxes fresh grapefruit and < Ia _"' 1_ r..dwa Service I hereby announce my candidacyto of my district re-elect me, 1

a 1S.97 cases canned grapefruit. Is.6r.r.w toHAROLD ,-..,,wnrMF succeed myself as county ;judgeof continue to .give the people or eftc Br'
_7 Suoertw\\ Cord Tires Bradford county, subject to the ford county a faithful and the '
Democratic primary to be held Tuesday performance of the duties of
r.H PRtCI! flee, working. always for the n
June 7. 1931. This announce.ment
MoreYearsksUnty..glv t/ C. WALL StationStarke bull PrIce E.chla I. mad. with a reeling that Interests of the entire count.
0....... of Each, I'.Irs, Tube during the years In which I have .1. L. UNDERHIL 1
INSURANCE served you a. count judge, I hays a r
of Youth 19d.G-H: OSJIJ 'SS9 8S." rendered faithful honest and efficient I hereby announce myself *
Fla. service and at all time dlflate for election a. county;,
FLORIDA 30d.IO-11! 5.:1: 5.:1.: 1.0:1: to all District 1
STARKE. missioner from |
In such manner as to> justify me as
eleI ''
::18114.75-19 6J 0.16 ..S7 If
Starke, Bradford county. ]
I see It In submitting my candidacyto
.. cps
191'.75-:10: 604:1: 634: ..oa you for consideration. I will Hive the district and
::19d.OO-19 6..' 6.45 1.30 earnestly .01 tOur your support and the best service of which I am

UP TO roar' win in wortTerr 30115.00-10 6.71 b.f5 ...3:1:18d.1518 : I If again honored by being elected av* able. Re.pectfully subm1"1MALIX TItOMCOUNTY

n rre at high tension. Liver Bile : ".SI: .,.::10 1.35 your county judge, 1 shall continueto >RT
Wake Your
render faithful honest and efficient -
No wonder yon anep.t the wife Up 30d.13-2t ,..., ,.., ..1:1: service Respectfully C01IMISSIONER-RI. "

and bark at the children. 31115.15-:11: ..11 .,.,. ...::13h1. OEO A. GARDINER I hereby announce myself c"*

1 W a t c II oat Otet woifcrfOMTW .__ ..e'7 5.,5 d11.1JSias.a. dldate for r-lctlon district a.* ri.i

1f may; lead to SleepUaaness. -Without CalomelAnd ..S., .... ... consideration Af the request thereof of friends I hereby, and due announce commissioner Hampton, Theressa from. and OrahaM

Nervous Headache, N nroos Iez3KOSCI, 439 ..S. ..1031x4. to the voters of Bradford l If re-elected will continue. to I i

Indigestion and a boat
unpleasant dlatorbaneea 3ht ..._____ ".'18 7.SS 1I.sa of County Judge to be voted on In capable of. I solicit .yourusU |
don't Dr. MilerEffervescent YouH Oat of Bed U ..*i be.. b aN.atsrisc. .......par ls4Outsat tha June Primary. Being a graduate and vote at the primary IUNSOCOCNTY :::
W.
Why yon try Jump othn_,..,-117- of University Law School and O.
to skin! that. iHnst. It I4.u .t. tb*bovsbkQs. .
j i your .; Nervine) Tablet? some 11 years In the practice of law
ph..vivacious... youthful touch. Just one In a half class owater in the Morning Raria to Go bio*** .*> ye.. ssmih. Ta fc... I feel fully qualified to serve you .. COMMISSION'I

15 JJemishtj and wrinkles yield bo a makes a pleasant, spark thick W4 tssts sea par Wssth b foal skl* Heavy Doty Truck Tires County Judge. If you see fit to hereby announce myself. "
elect I that .hall
ma promise commlsuloner.
you
sonatina Ivory toned Beauty that tine drink delightfully soothing' If you feel oar and sunk and the aftsn br.l. eat .te M..... Toor bed 30x5 S5.4! 32i6 eab.So: have honest faithful efficient and dldata trlct a.for comprising county Frooker and.

Ice to overtaxed nervea. world look punk dont...now a lot ..-sad y..hsl 4ow*sod so*.Tow..... unbiased ....r.I".. I earnestly solicit Hlver. If elected I promise/ a i

r' *a't'.v years from yourppca- Dr. Milea' NerrfaM Is now of salta mineral water. cil. laxative .,,-..pdsosa. your support and vote In the ful performance of the dntles_o"'I
? sect:. Start Its use to-day. YolrOldTlresfor primary, June 7th lint. office. I solicit and will apI'
tad. to two forms-[LkraU and
Effervescent Tablet Both bar them to make you suddenly sweet I1Y1RPII1BteeMtbrewyo.d.efltd.: TRADE IN New CoodyturMIWeathers E. K. FERRYMAN. crate at the primary sieciloa,

OJlIENTAl the sam..oehing effect. and buoyant and full of sunshine. *, bsl7" at.byeakr'Sy..d.p'Foe 7th. O. W. ANDR61r
$1.00 at :year drag store FOR TAX ASSESSOR! -
1L''' REAM they cant do H. They only Ttoy ooUI vosj more the bowels and mere mow wxr.bl..pcec rX mammb*whs N w.. Register Motor CO. for the office of Tax Assessorof comml. ..i. 'inifr><

V e eouUUD ai neat doeont cat at the cause. The .s..i..th*bfl OOT trMLr.B PDOH&) 101Goule's will Bradford of the county voter at subject the coming to the lrlett5.fcompr4ing River. It .c :.soorr'I'contlnu. :: ::'

w-"Io-.. reason for your dowa-..d-out fading .t dmt.*k...I***pOU.Ask lot Ortsr1* I democratic. primary election to beheld giving my district
ahed.p$4.I04fwTAMLSUII
t5tt .b your" Ihw. It should poor out two LKtf.Urw Ml*.Lsok tar*h*_a.'II Service SlatietPHONC June 7th. In asking for this county faithful and .of ffidentformance the
office will say that I am tboroo&bl1'I.mllla. of the duties
N'T SE of Bqvid bile Into bowels lAde Ur HkJ MMI r4 ail 1 a.ab .. for the i
4 y Et: .,s-........ pcond* your a s BS with the duties thereof and and will always work
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---ft: : Tiut description did Christ give washed away ? "Unto Him that By amt collected. t'MII I I .1', ,
following I. a IUI of all Bounty .
-. .. ?':. 4 of the last judgment?' Answer read loved us and washed us from our To bnl ,II... April SO 187.14 dfpoeltorl. ..ehowlnir. balance ineacli spact-let 1II'"TNn' 941.K : I
e'& Matt. 2V.31-46. O..aty ..*..l-..oe.....I '", at th. clone of the. month he Hereby. notice I* r''ly.vt that '"' .r I
lt ;-, ,n iif- sins in His own blood. Rev. I::5. To bit I. due April I 7479.HI 'in rimt etated, and lb. amount der and. by virtue of that certal i ')' -
? -:: May 21 (Continued next week.) Hy aunt collected 318.49 eecurltjr by each nuch depoaltu final decree entered by Hon A. Y.: 'j
2- 'I Value of a Good: Name-A good To lial., due April *rt -4iMS.SJ,' and amount of Intereet. paid or cr Adkfnx! JudKiof the OlriMii'' (.'0111"f f
: \.W' ("....0'' .11. Ued during acid month'by each. a .of I'Bth Judli-lnl Circuit of ." .. .
name la rather to be chosen than rilESBYTERIAN! Tn hal. due April I 4.7.fl ,, I Uy unit collected ISM dully balance. time rauee wherein I O.I W. Mom .' ''::'
: great riches and favour or depnnltHWltne
loving
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-Th; word is a lamp unto vj, feet and a light unto my pith.-Ptala 119:105.: To Iml.. due April SO .__ 192.0" .. my band thin 30th day: of I 1M complnlnant' end H. It. Swindle '. :
rather than silver and gold.-Pro- Services" Sunday May 22, as follows ,....1 ..-.-.....ieel-. .'I>...l.r. January. 1932. and hi* wife 1..l'hl. dwindle. are de :Pf.!, 'i'
All verbs 22: 1. l : To bal. due April .-ll.fl1JB5 A. .. fiRirrin, fKiidnnta I the underelgnfl will cell
.. 11'tnr !inf3Jt uu religious teaching doctrine or lly iant oollfi-ted ._ 4211810 County Supterlntandent. to the nlgheet bidder for cn..h In ',.
".t" creed it they are to have any claim What things are better than gold' 10 a. m. Sunday school J. M. To hal due April XO .7813.88 -----. ..-.-.- --- ---- front of the !M.mlh l)nnr of the court' ,I
lore, loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with and silver. Answer read-Prov. Truby nupt. .._.-1 ...... houee. of Hradford county In Htark"
,re"teachings of Jesus the Christ whose worda fit into foM and crevice To bal. due April( I BM2 U NOTICK Tn urnTom AND CHRII1TOH Florida" on Monday\ the tit 10 day ot 'l j
heark and of whom i it every 16:16.: 11 a. m. Morning Worship sermon Hy amount, rollerted .. .. SS3K.03 June, A. l I' 1R.12, iltirlng. the legal .:. .
Jlthe human was Mid in John 7:46."NEVER MAN To bR!. due April hour of mile the following I -
T1IS MAN." Jl.iy 23: by Rev. S. C. Bates, Ph.D. of au 3U80.SS Notice I Ie hereby given that all : describ
6PAKE LIKE A..1..1..1 creditor, legatee. ., distribute.. and ed l liuid. .lying,; anil being In Hraiiford tl ,
A Cry of Distress--Save me 0 Penney Farms. To. bnl due April I Su at all pernon havlnir "h.1m. e.alnl. ....""I;.. Klnrlo, l..-v lt. "

pa ton of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to flee this de. God by thy name and judge me 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor. Topic Hr amount rnlvlrtml ._ 135.18 I the .entat nIl.. W. Klckllttr. 4 of S' ..cll,..u 4. Tuwnehlp :' ,$ '

_rimen' for news of church acttvtttes. organizations and announce-! by thy strength. hear "How To bill due April. 80 -- 381." ceaitcd. lire hereby. r.quemt.it| to pre \ 7 Smith' Pinnae. St Kant: and "1 ,) ,
my prayer to use Music In Worship. .Vl.... containing 4(1
and _1.. --. ent their claim to the HonorableUeo. ( acre, mure or le.-. .
freely given no charge made-the only' I ,:'
r't Space requirement O God ; give ear to the words of Leader Luclle Mitchell.No To. bal. due April I ... SP. 8. A. Uardlner Count jurice, "fHradford for (the purpose of ulffylng .aldJ. t"\:
: that such Item reach, this office before Wednradn; moraine mouth. ".v .mnnlint e"lli're ben'g -Psalm
be handled for my 54 1, 2. evening preaching service. To bal. due 30 t.
they cannot evrattt leene. April U7." approval within one year from datehereti PHAZKB. :7 '
.tjinrwlne -- .I What is the promise If we fear. The pastor Is leaving this weekto M<.*..* .. ?. or thl notice will he held In 8K' | >iliU, Maeter In Chancery 'Ii It :
or revere the Lord ? 'rG bnl. due April I S73 .l bar thereto and all pernon lnn.bt' KNIOIIT A KNHIIIT. fltarke, Flu. ..
read attend the : n
Answer of
meeting the General ,
pursued Jacob and overtook him, r y nmoiint, collect 1 l ,1 41 ed to acid estate. are requeated to hollcllor fur Complaliinnt,
r I II I Proverbs 19:23.: Assembly of the Presbyterian 1'" )>.nl due April HO 3S23.81 pay their maId debt. forthwith,, to 1-13-.t..3 I
i SUNDAY SCHOOL I II in seven days. After a long conference M.iy 23 church which meets next week in .... .rl... I........... aed Sick.c the underpinned executor. -'------_-- -_ -- -- .- \ ,
I LESSON Laban and Jacob made ... Thl Ith day' of April A. n. 1932 No'ru'1
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I The Excellency of God's Name- Denver Colorado. The pulpit will Tn hal due April 1 18,707.29 JAH F. KlI-KMTKK, Hit The
!I friendly covenant "And Jacob O Lord our Lord how be In his absence Ry amount rollected, _.4836!! EUI1AU M. THOMAS trimtee of Hampton ,ftpeclal Tax '
I went on his and the of excellent is supplied by competent To hal. due April. l II .. U.lI:'O.lIa: 4-K-..t-$-l K.eouorn III Circuit Court' Itradfurd County ,, ,
MAY 22 1932 way angels thy name In all the earth! Who preachers.A ii.v.. Ar"I!RMAN. Florida. In Chancery, ,

FOH God met him." hast set thy glory above the heav cordial Invitation to all our Clrrk Circuit Court 1II''Oiun.' ... ,' '''OiUC.IICII.It'4. Nchool Hradford l littrlct Nuailier. Two, of ;: '
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1'11111I .Y KI.K.C'CIOM' County Klnrlita,
I Subject: Jacob and Esau Recon- Jacob had cheated Esau out of ens.-Psalm 8: 1. services extended to all)' farry '''''''''R 1"1'11.011:1'1'1'11 a : -- At a meeting held on the 4th davof I corporate. and the Ititarti, of a PubHn body- ,

his birthright and the family What Is said about those who ..n"n.v P'''' CI-it. KTATIH.MRNT M.iy. A. I', im. the baird .of ty InMtrucllon! I .for, Hrnrtfonl Coun t

ciled. blessing. He was now returning to) trust In the Lord? Answer read- BAPTIST : ror.Trv MCIIOOL "' 1'11-' I county I: rommlAMloMerff of HrndfonlCounty 1 ,! Florida a body corporate,
Golden Text: "Be ye kind one to Hradford county, for the month of I FlfirlilH, Appointed ttm' fnl. Petitioner
. hM' old home and feared Esau. Psalm 125:1: January. 19.12. lowlim cl>>rk* nnd tnepuctora, fur thenrlnmry The v:' j L
another, even as God for Christ's "And Jacob sent before 2.May 21 Sunday school at 10 a. m. A J. General *...*.1 ...... rl.-ctlon to l h.. held on the Hint neH of Florida vt al ,
messengers >fI nilnni
hath forgiven you. Eph. 4:32.: Overdraft Jan. 1 -- (H1tMIX I 7lh day of June., A. n. 1932: | : ,
sake Gen. Ch. 33. him to Esau his brother' unto p Forsake Evil-- Thus saith the Thomas supt. Come early and let <.ir.>t* .ilium. month 131429 I rreclnrt NUIII''",.,, One. l...wt..y: O.Ilitrold T<> lloerfelll <.l..K I: ..
Lesson Text: 32. the land of Selr, the country of Lord of hosts; turn ye now from every teacher be on time to wel- WnrrnnlN during, ..nonthI81I.41 I II I'..".,... clerk : Jitnn, Uonler. :'I'HIII'ITIINM: OlMI''I'n'l; ": ANn TAXPAVlflllS :- d
Printed part Gen. 33:1-11.: ) Overdraft., Kf,1.. I .146U I I T. T. Hlachburn arid Fred Moore' ,InepoctorH. TAX MPKCIAfi
, ( to God Edom." The messengers carried along your evil ways and from your evildoing come her class.Worship IM.... N... 1 TWO WVIIoilt.of niMTHICT) M'MHKIt! I
Truth: Prayer
Central message to Esau and gifts of !).-Zecharlah 1 : 4.What at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Ilsl. .Tnit 1 417.80 Precinct Number Two. North I iitt'I'iT1Ntlf( Itrndford County Florida, ,, l
preparation for any Crisis. Itci'i'lptfi; dnrlnir l 11".1110'V..rrnnla Stark' .: "". A. "'-011. clerk ; J. V Kick- :
: \It good the Lessons: After Jacob cattle camels, sheep etc. All that Is said about those who At the morning service the pastor diirlnu' : month .. liter, Aubrey Moors and M.\. Nurmnn petitioner Take( notice( Ilirtt .the. ahnva nameil, h
I Betwen night Jacob "wrestled with the wait on the Lord? Answer, read-- will give a report of the Southern Hal.. Feb. 1 487.80 InHpcctor 1932 tiled.*( upon' the 41..h .t..y of May, ,
lodged at Bethel (In last Sundare I>U*. )Ve. S Prwclnct, Niiinlier, Three Konlh their pelltlntt In the ah"v"l ,,
) he made a vow say- Lord In prayer." The Lord blessed Isa. 40:31. Baptist Convention which he at nverrtfnrt .tun.. I .283.04 I otarke.: ,'. N. t<...n.lrll'k.I"rk : U. to'. .entltlml'tyii' "'1011.. anti" In the abovn t

, lesson him and changed his name from M.iy 25 tended at St. Petersburg. Receipt during tile |fh iH.fllWarntntM I II l" "So that I come again to myfathera : dnrlnir, month. 85.B7 r Oliver, .limpcclor, llMinptoii "Hiiecltil, Tax ,
: lug B. Y. P. U. at 7 Mrs. )Hchool. ,
Jacob to "Israel. Redemption -- God will redeem p. m. '. HlNtrlct" Number.
Llvonliuft .h.! ,
house in peace; then shall' I I U5.64 4 I lreclnrt Nutnltcr Four., Orithnm, :: Hradford. Two ol ,'
Then today's lesson begins "And i my soul from the power of tlfte Thomas leader. This young peo.plc's 1)115.! N... S W T, JIIl'\ v..r. clerk 1. C. Smith,, amount vt County, Flurlita.'' to the ,
Lord be my God: And this "a.I. .Tun. 1 S7BH.83 1 C'henlev. Fourg, an.1 II. Wamlln In- seven ThniininJ, Hollar
Die which I have set for a pillar Jacob lifted up his eyes and looked grave: for he shall receive me.--: Society recently enjoyed a Hcoplpt dtirlngr, month, .. llii.i'i''S 1S nptM'tor. n dlNtrlct* nnlhorlxed( by (the election, In *i..ld ttj

itone and behold, Esau came and with Psalm 49: 15. pleasant evening nt the porsonage. M* .rr", ..... fturlim, : ,month I Ift4.77 r 1'rnrlnut No. Five, I Hampton: r.., April( ) held. on; the Itilh* day of
: shall be God's house: and of all him four How Mid-Week service at 8 m. Hal. "'..\). 1 9724.! !I .1. Wynn. cli-rk II. V Hnxori.' J M.,, petition,19,13: nnd. as authorised. by the ', 1q
I hundred men. And he can we escapp, Irom fear p. l>l I..I. .. All k of duly mialifled I vol.( \ ;
shalt give me I will surely N. 4 ins ami 1 'I' J. I I'errv, I InHpitrtor" finld : : : re of ;
that them divided the children unto Leah, and I Answer read-Isa., 26:4.: Wednesday. This meeting will be To Pnl al.!"h Jnn.' 1 ._ 8I2.I( R I I'reclnct Number ..I". TherH''Ma:; iinil, dlnlrlct 1 I anil I liy. the reeolutlfjit::, *
;, give the tenth unto thee. unto helpful to all the Sunday school HecplptD ilnrlnc month .87 I John )IUII. clerk A. I... )Hiilllvim. IV J., I I'ulillc 1".0..11111.I a of mall, Hoard ut ''
of Tithes existed as far Rachel and unto the, two May 26 WarrnntH durlnir month .. I'hllllpH and It. H. Swlndfll kiinp. ..c- County limtrucilon. ( for It rc.i lfitr v Giving handmaids. And he put the'hand Rest Without Fretting-Rest in teachers. Unl.' Feb. I <1tl.1.fl2:3 ttvm. dny: Florliln!:: ; and that on the 4th( 4
of Kin"
d I back as Melchizedek King of maids the IH.t. 1 N... e lri..clnct Number, 8evnn. Now Klver of I 1BI2! an order I leruvd out: ? '
i Salem. to whom Abraham gave and their children foremost Lord and wait patiently for ItlNGSI.KV LAKK TO hut and Leah and her children after him; fret not thyself because of BAPTIST nocolplB,, dnrlnir month, .. .. .ai M! R r. Cr.w. and R. J. Turner, ltmu' "c- hcfnre reiiilrln| It tu nhow "II"a..
,. Tithes. (Gen. 14:20: ; Hebrew 7:4): ). and him who CHL'HCII W..r""I t, during month.. ... 40.07) : tor*. I the Honorable A. X. Ailkln*. '
_ "Then' Jacob went on his Journey Rachel and Joseph hinder- prospereth In his way because llal.. K,,li.' 1 ._. .- 40.38!( I'reclnct Number Klght, Hrooker;: lit hi* office. nt the ",,"rlhou... af
. .i C and most." Jacob feared the old anger of the man who bringeth I nl.! .. 1'1.. T'I.n T I,. Hhrlver, clerk" : It. I". llnixn .1.., Mtnrke I II I KrHilfonl CouiMy, "Florida at ,.
well
and behold and threats of Esau and wicked de-vices to There will be preaching at the. Iml.) due Jan.. I 38( .U I Kf. Molt and O. K.! Mctiauley. limituuJ. A. M.. on Nnlunluv.( ( May 38tlt
the flocks gathered and Jacob arrangedhla I pass. --Psalm I Kingsley Lake Baptist church Sunday lrrplptM' during mouth, __... __ 1.94 I "'r,,, 19.12, why, *nld bond, *.lii>uld not b.'allIII.,1 -
family so as to protect them 37: 7. \Vnrrnnta. durlnff, month I UNDICRIUf.U \ nnd conrtrmcii, : .
I. uld Whence be ye 7 and they May 22 at 11 o'clock. All llnl.. "". 1 ,I I, TIIKIIKFOlin I":/ ( TIIKMM I :
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placing Rachel and her son at I In whom is everlasting strength 'I?.p are 387.2(1(I I1)1i (Chairman I lan Fit. of itaunty i : COMMANM( Yoir' ARM TI) j.
t said, of Haran and he said welcome. N... M CommlHHlonerM., be unit ench of you to
the most protected place in the Answer, read-Daniel 12:3.: Ovedraft Jan. I 481.44 I AtstI ( : and appear buToro the lion. A. X. ,
. know ye Laban the son of Nahor? cavari'n. Then Jacob went forward J. L. Silcox Clerk. Itecelpm' during I month, H.42:I I U. W. AJ.OI.nMAN. bile.AdklnM, JutlMe of our aitld:, ('('opt at ,
: I C And they said We know him WArrnntM durlnir month __ Clerk to Hoard. 5- -4t-5-37, office. nt the. court. noune. at
bowing himself seven times ,j SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Ovcnlrurt. Keli., I ,. 443.02 1 "Nt ark. Hrndfonl t County, "Florida( at '
"I Behold Rachel his daughter as he advanced. Esau had thrown -- nl.! .. 4.. !. OHIIKK. OK" rl'llIU''I''U'' ''' A\U: II a. in., on rliilurdnv'' May XXI h, 2901 -
cometh with the sheep. When WilY CASTOR OIL rial due Jan. I 245 II! NOTICM TO Arl'I "11. and show CIIIIIIM., If any you have,
Rachel C and the. aside his anger and "Ran to meet Baptism I I'HYHIOTIIK': m.\ ,I lEit.lpiH dtirlnK month _._ 1.84 I TO: TTnlHtead n. McUlroy.: antI wife,,, .why eald bond. nhnulil not he vabiiatel 4
Jacob saw him and embraced him and fell I nnEJt' WitrrnntN, I d till n g month( Mary M. MclClroy; and AVIIInrd, C.. anil uonf Irmfd: 0lh....lee the
''i sheep of Laban C C Jacob rolled 'his on r 1.: What ordinance U closely associated I fln'. but innlnor nil- n/lll' VM- ,,0..1.L n..1..b.. I -- -. 247.11:I IDI.t. fUephennnn coil wife, l lIul".th>! iillngatloil( of eald petlUon will b9
neck and kissed him; and they I with -1 1plt No. 11 1 I iitephenaon. the. place of re.tIen.-t, taken a* cnnfeeceil. by )' \ii. 'di.
the stone from the well's mouthand believing the gospel ? I drive out s and excess acids I ( It i. ',,... !... .__..-. -L H'notilhn' t
n T wept. Seeing the women and I Overdraft\ .Jnn. 1 M 01iiHceiptu I of each of whom In I.ii Fargavllle. .r.ivrrtll inaC tni*
watered the flock and Jacob "And lie said unto them Go ye which cauHe bladder weaknesses durlnir' month __ 28.80 New. York : (publlMhed; ; ; onva week for '; '

kissed Rachel and told Rachel children Esau asked, "Who are Into all the world and preach the backache leg pains and burning. Warrant"' iturlnir month _. ._ vOLT AHM] nrcnrcnY: NnTIP'IIII': $) three connvciitlve. week before the 1ll
4 those with thee? And he said. The ; Ovrrdraft,/' I"..t,. 1 .-___ 26.21 that you have been mode part de. 2Hth dnv of May 19.12: : In Hradford, .
I that he was Rebekah's son gospel to every creature. lie that Cet juniper oil in the form of Bu- IH I... We. 11 fendant to the Hill of (''','''1Ih1Int, County. Telfgritph' a newnpnper pub. t.

, and she ran and told her father." children which God hath graciously believeth and is baptised shall be kets the bladder physic, also containing Overdraft Jan. 1 ___ .__ 7.2H filed :'j, the Circuit Court of Fl.nl.In., ll hnil' In Hinrke, llrailfunl, tpunty.;
given the servant. ItecelplM, durlnfr" month ____ 11.33 ,flfh. Judicial (Circuit In and for Florida, nit duly qualified. a* a
p Then Laban came and took Jacobto saved; but he that believeth not buchu leaves etc. Use a \Vnrrnntn dtirliitf, month Bradford County In (Chanceiy. In l"trnl' newMpnper for the puhllcatloti. .,t 1 ____
his home and after a month '; Then the whole cavaran ad shall be damned. Mark 16:15: 16. 25c test box and if not satisfied Ovttiriraft jceh. I .. 'c-. 02.92 that certain cnilMe pot lti.J, :The: Knd* I of legal' Hilvorllnement( and notice, 1.
vanced and "bowed low" to Esau 2. 1)1cC l No. IK erl I.nml. Hank of Columbia. I'lalo- to appear' ] and I that th. ,late "if tht1 _ _
proposed hiring Jacob to work for What did the apostle Peter your druggists will return your Overdraft. durlnir' month .___ 173 fin tic?, verHii* flaletead' H. Mi-Hlrny: ftal 1 (brat. piihllcntlon' he lit ltnMt eighteen. "
i him. "And Jacob loved Rachel; and. as a mark of his superiority. Esau I associate with baptism in his In- money. You are bound to fell bet- K..I'. .'|tps. during month- ..___ (11.20 defendant, ., whnroln' the plulntln days before the SHth tIny of May _
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7 Inquired as to the messengers ancgifts Rtr."tlnn_ th.. tlAv n' P..t..nu+ ., Warrant, ilurliiw, ,, month ..__ .eek* to forecb>fH. a Men. of I the mortgage 1H.13.Wltne ,
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and
. said. I will thee n o cleansing ,'. ** ,
serve you
' seven years which Jacob --01 Overdraft .h. I ___ 1S7.SS given' hy Hnlntpnd! It.. MclClroy my hand nnil the *.al of _
II for Rachel thy daughter." had sent "What "Then Peter said unto them, Re- get your regular sleep." Sold by Sal.! ,. No. I* and. wife. Mary M. McHMroy., : covftrlng I the circuit I Court of I Hradford. t'oua-
younger _________ __
;: meanest thou by- all this drove pent and be of Mitchell's Overdraft JHII., 1 ___ __h 11'1U the I, following I I dwMcrlhed I property, In, I IV. Florida" I hi. the, 4lh day of May _
baptised
rLabnn accepted the offer "And which every one Drug Store. Ittti-vlpln. ( riiirlnw, month ___. 8.UH Iirndfnril,, County I r to-wlti I 1031.>
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d Jacob served seven years for Rachel met? And he said theses you In the name of Jesus Christ Warrants ,durlriK month All:i that; certain: piece: .'I'ra: or par.eel U. W. At.llI'IllMAN' ,. +'

re to find grace in the sight of for the remission of sins. Acts 2: Jacksonville Overdraft 1"""". I .. 81.98 of land. ultimo, lying and being (OITIclat Seal A* Clerk vf the. "'1... l' _
!, and they seemed unto him. Lord. And Esau said I have -- Old Albert and 111.t. N.. IT In (lh" county of llrndford nnd ilnte cult ('..urll Hradforil (''''>hI\, '. "'1.. _____________
I. but a few days for the love he had my 38. Jackson hotel properties remodeled overdraft Jan.. IllevvlptN ___ _. 104.811 of Florida" more, pnrtlculnrly. derlbinl I<:NI' II IT A KNIUIIT' "Hlark, Kin.

:.:: \to her." At the end of that time enough hast unto, my brother"; keep that thou 3. In reply to his Inquiry concerning Into hotel by E. U Hill. durlnir durlnir, monthWnrrantH month. _n. 11.88 II NorthweHt. a.riunrter, follow nf*, the'I to-wll Houthenitiiuiirter I( : The Uollcltor: for I'otll loner ft-l-4C-S-27 .. .,, ,,

' Una tricked Jacob into accepting thyself. salvation what was the VVeatbay-State road department Overdraft Feb.' 1 ._ 04.J7 and the WONt. half of the "s ,,,

Rachel's The brothers both had prospered I Phillpplan jailer told to do ? "And placing 33-foot West l>Ut. .... l. nrtheaat nunrter, of the. Hotttlienttquarter !M '*''1:11': a ti,,
older slater and span over Bay a 1.91' )
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in worlddly matters but Jacob Overdraft Jan. 1Kcuclptii _________ 887.9.1 and the South, half of the( 1
Acob became very angry where- ,they said. Believe on the Lord Jesus Creek bridge here. durIng, month __ IK.03 Mouth went. quarter\ of the. Norlhenxtnunrter NflTK'M, J I.. hereby" irlven that '
came as a suppliant to ask forgiveness Warrantn .flurlnir, monthOverrtrnft _.._ 7.5ft all In di>r ami un
: [upon Laban him Rachel also i Christ and thou shalt be saved, Mayo Work progressing on Huctlon twelve (12), liy virtue of a final decree. \ ..
gave for old injuries and prevailedon Feb. I _.. _. 880.47 Townhlp seven ((7)) Rotith' Hines of forecloMiire' mnila, and render. by ): ;
n for a wife and Jacob served him I and thy house. Acts 16:331.: courthouse repair job. IVI'KIIKNT NK.O FUNIIIlwl. Tweity..nm <21)) r1nt. containing. the Honorable A Z. Adklne, ., Judg. 'i't '
wen Esau to accept his gifts. In 4. What followed Immediatelyafter C -- N.. 5 eighty ((80) acre, more or le*., I the circuit Court of thai 981 th Ju
more years as a dowry for some ways Esau excelled Jacob I CLIWM'S Jan. 1 .._____. __ 3060.07 Von nnd' each. of you, are therefore dlclal Circuit of Florida( In ami, fur'
the and his ftPOlWTl.ooet
RacheL jailer family had l!..celptH durlnic,i month H4.HO hereby renulred, to appeur, to ItrHilford, (County) In Chancery. dated. '
At the end of fourteen but Esau seems to have had little accepted Christ as their Savior ? of the ClerK nt Circuit U'nrnrn during month( .__ the nld Hill .of tomplnlnt: on rilc'l April 27th. HMD. I In 'that culm there ', ,
years regard for God: whereas Jacob Court In and for Bradford Ca.nty. Llal. Feb. 1 ____ 2740.87 agaInst you before tlm Clerk( of thin. 'In ,lately. pending between the 'r
Jacob contracted to erve Labah "And he took them (Paul and SI- Florida, .. account, of Tax** **_- 1'10. O court on the Ath day of Juno, 1K3U: ut C rat' I Land( I Hank' of.folutuhlii? I I'laln Fed 't 1 I, _ __
with all his faults! truly believedin las) the same hour of the ed for the year IDS*. Hal. due Jan 1 __ 10,899.14 th. court house. In Htiiikn Florida tiff and J. ; '
*t night : M. Trtihv, '
more years for an interest in and worshipped the Lord. C. A. ICnl..... ta. .ellwtor.Htarfce ItncnlptH.. durInitn.oht h 1 I3S.41 otherwliie.. a Oecrne Pro ConfeMO ul. 1".nllooI.. the wlilownr et 't I ____________
kit flocks. and washed their stripes; and was Fii... May let. 1932. Warrants during, month __ will b. entered agulnt you, and each. : who wa therein.. appointed( uiKlerilgnea. /f
Jacob baptised, he and all his, straight .....y Pr..per. Unl. Fob. I .___. 11038.10 I of you for failure. to uppcnr. vial Ma.ler In I'hancery In aa.SOC 'J I
prospered so that Laban executu "
To bal. due April 1 ..70.323.V4lly DUIrlrt 1'1.. IMHal. ( IT IM: OHII ItICn that I thin not Ice Ihn Biiino, will on ,e I
wd his sons became envious of DAILY BIBLE THOUGHTS way. Verse 33. ami. collected .54,197.85 due Jan. 1 .100710Itnuolpti be putilldliod '01(('" a w..*k for four day: of June, IH32. during Monday the the. nth \i t'
To bal. due April SO 4tl,129.9! i durlnir( month( 20.73 coneciitlve week. .hour; legal ,, ;
hJm % In the HrH lford of
"And the Lord said unto Jacob 5. In connection with Christian ...1.. A .rf..ff.r.. Male, beforn I he Court ;, 'I I
I : .
WiirrnntH durlnir( month County Telegraph. a newnpaper. tinv- Iliiux Tionr In
!, Return unto the land of thy May 20 baptism what is washed away? Tri l>nl.) due April 1 .3,736.92 liltl. Feb.. I _- -103. .U InK general I circulation I In, itraclford, ti, (the hlwhent and HturUo hnat, Flnrl.lull .I r,
fathers My amount collected, .1{414 I 10 I 1 hereby certify that the 1<1....' County, Florida. ciiMh: !: IrldtJer: : for '
and to thy kindred; and I God's Generosity God, let all "And now why tarriest thou ? To bill due April SO ... .-__3323.81 Inir ehowlne, balancee at Thl 2nd day. of A. P. the. following flencrltied land", ,\ ;
etatement ; May 1)32. situated
Win be with thee." Then Jacob the people praise thee. Then shall Arise and be baptised and wash ..:.....y hoed .ed Drl.... the beginning, and at the ending of lilt... to-wlt In; Hrndfonl, county, Klur( :,', r 4.

gathered his wives and children the earth yield her increase; and away thy sins calling on the name To bal. due lisle April trCSC.1 __ .8327.02 the month herein. above atated. and O. W. ALDKHMAM That! portion' of S't' nt 8WVi\ of .
of the rnuelpte and warrant!. leeued (Seal) Clerk Circuit' Court: NKU' : \ si
and '
ud nok And ends of the Lord." Acts 22:16.: See Fly unit, collected NW'Hf'JI\ % lying caNt. "
: and cattle and servants God shall bless us. all the -236B.78 during until month, correspond with Bradford County, Florida (if Hlarke and, ,

and departed from Laban who In 'of the earth shall fear htm.-Psalm'' Titus 3:9.:: 1 Peter 3:21.: To bill dux CtF April u itO.lMi-8H70.J4 the record of my omce. .nd la true I LAYTON allAY Itimd, containing,I I I rlnnilurnii forty-nfn I I'ublM atr.... :

:tree! dnys learned of his going and 67: 5-7. 6. By what means are sins To bal.! due April 1 ._oj 621.82 and'(!Ife correct.nn.l 10..11.to( the I b..t aieo of certify my knowl.that 8-S.Sf-8-S Attorney for i'lalntlffn.DOROTHY all hlp In Mix Hncllon eeventeen (IIU Town- '. i.

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McWanusMAMA lila Mrldlnn and' Hraiirord. aniinty., flor i' 3' ________
DARN IT By Charles : ehnwn liy plat of *urvey '
mndn b by It.. M. I..n..rll'r.. ..., urveyor. .', I j4'
an file with the Fuderal f.and Hunk ,
-- ( 4_ iAVS, C, WELL P'l'l. tll\l\ of Columbia: H. (}. ,t'

_ rVERVC rJTHER I IRNS SAID IF VutH) with. the,. appurtenance.. Vald *ale ;' 1
to be .
Do You t< n piiruant, ti. u 1.1
DJ decree
NOJ ) \ E.EN HER ATTVlf to ..111tli./ .
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J THfATtWLAST 'tOItit V'MAN
POT* OM HfcR fI".t' :;. : '
HE IMlCMfVOO : \ IAYTtlN A* .. ,;, in Chancery, 1 i 'i1 ,I '
J It I IltA V. tlalneevllle. Fla. t '
Lt Attorney tor Plaintiff.' __ _
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NOTICH OF' KI'KCIll.. : 1M ""TIoJ.I'. "1 I'

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I NOTICR in HKIIK1IY: h
OIVIW that .
.inner, and by virtue of that certain. _______
deer** of foreclosure, .. and Ale mad : ,,j i ,
anil entered nn the 15th day of April( I :t
A. O. 19.12. by (lie Honorable. A. f..
A.lkins. Juilire. of the Circuit Court

of lirndford County, Florida la t I
Chancery Hitting, In that certain I
.4:11'Fiji caime' pending In ald( court wherein" ,
:
The
Florida National Hank of Jack "

: and aonvllle J. II., a Illtrh corporation..( al.. are I I. plaintiff defend, ) 1\\ :'t'' t ____________

ant: the underlgnd, a* Mpeclal ______
Maetnr appointed I by the court In tie I' I
final decree. aforemild.. will offer' J
for aal* and will call!!, In piirauanra. ij" :
0' and to ..tl.,,. .ald decree, at pub- ( ,.4

__ II lo outcry, to the hlgheat. and beet '.. I .r __ _
.. bidder or bidder. for cah l>ef"r* the f'"
cTllE : .- front door of the flradfurd
.. County"ourthouM :
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19S1 the Paine being A legal Male(
'' hay: within" (th. legal hour of Male,
\ THING ON MAIN STKKL By L. F. Van Zelm to-wlt, between eleven. o'clock a. m. ,

and two o'clock j p m., the property
iltuate, lying and being; In Bradford I
County, Florida, d.*urlbd a* fol '
-. low.: 3 S'
iy! ]33uz ; -i iMAIW The Northeaet. Quarter of the.

=:k :I II.H "" I tarthat( Quarter of the Southeast '
6T3VTf quarter Except: 4.HI acre Weal of

.AI'IG; : ....\IE>PAP,;, ;J COME I-fSlE. :' ', ., -- 110.'uulla' Norlhaaet Itoad, ) and Quarter the Mouth of the, half Houth-of $ ;4i

__ _ _
ERAL-DIME. I rat Quarter of Mectlon 16. Township : ,
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"Jj 1Iau,.. ] J otN UTTULovt cu ULL"N'" S.> Kang 11 Kant, :containing 2S.2

., CbC<.;eQUkHC S THAT DOG OHC .."tOT...... I .ere* more or I ices, or all the land on'I I E1.li;
MAS PLCA9 th. ":a.t .1 ld 1. of "u bllo Road.
I2ZY A.PWIHEADTAIlOa.Birr .
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On. and
one-half .
acr* beginning"
EXCITEMENT ( _
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QUO 6uTh-V.Y'i at th* Houtheaet corner of the South.
t ON S east Quarter 01 th. Houtheaat Quar ,
MAIN,. SoTo'. ter of Section 20, ant running theno
North' On. Hundred Five. feel] thence
Wet Hlx. Hundred. Thirty f.*t: _
To.I thence Bouth One Hundred Flv feat
;' GOVEt'if3 'g thenc Rat Hlx Hundred Thirty ft _ _
LAn" JUDY dGrl I I I'W- to point of beginning.
.TN; IIT I I "
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:- SISTERS: : UMC"Q. Northeaet Alo.' the Quarter Northeast. Quarter of tile 'I
except Six acreo
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WJN"I I T. In 8outhat corner and Alia except
Eo Oft one acr* In the 'Southw."e corner of
10111N: ;,T I Hectlon 2 ; all being In Townihlp t) -
'OP:11101': :... J) Tt'ot'g IL.I South flange 12 Kaet and eoatala-
; lOaf l In all Thlrl".... acrea And on-
cr bOG lfJ hAlf. more or !I.... .I,,
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...g tenement, hereditament and ll
I1I1'o 9tJ MiT: appurtenance thereunto belonging

AG..,) i 1f'4 A 1U """ or In Iitt wlappertaining. _
,LV ( ,4Q4ij 5flJnlnl8lffluhlflhlflIlifliIulun! !! : day of April. A. T>. 1.... f4I
iN.) A. 8. CRBW8

: :_ : __ -.... __ ._ __ ,-__ I tZu.UiWiJrn .-. I. 'W. HARBBLJ, Ja Special. k..on"l1l.. Matr. __ _
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PAGE EIGIIT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH!: STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, I\IAV 20, 103;

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f Bradford County Telegraphy Hands Off of These [ From Other Pens I I boo /Late FRAUD AND TRICKERY{ USEDAGAINST


y <; 1877 Taxes

b elassif MARTIN ARE EXPOSEDTactics

It in unfortunate that some of Less than seven weeks left In

E; Wg MEM.B EIZV the candidates for Governor are which to worry the candidates. By RUSSELL KAY ysed By Durrance And His Workers and
Uy
\ ASSOCIATION \ pledging themselves if elected, to Starke Telegraph. Then the bill Secretary, Florida Pm Anocutioii Supporters Are Shown Up Hardw

mFLORIDAPRESS{ recommend to the legislature collector will get on the job.-

I drastic reductions in the gasolinetax Crestvlew Messenger.It's about a groupof I
0 They tell a story
1QC32
Durrunre ball been and
exhlblltlng !
passing
through hi.* }
and the automobile tag tax. -- reporters chewin' aiidk-nm
newspaper
.....!..!!' eotwa.tcC'oUclc" .... This Is so unwise that we are proposed to make fish liars their pencils and clawln' In the Martin the photograph her out of an of aged her' homo.Pennacola lady, claiming that John \". I

forced to the conclusion that these subject to the nuisance tax.- dandruff over the problem of wrlt- put
candidates are simply using it as Starke Telegraph. What should In' a suitable obituary on the deathof The old lady post 80 years of age has been living in Pensarok

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class a drag net to try to catch the be done to campaign liars?Crest- a certain politician who for for more than 40 years Two o( Durrance's worker went to her hon,

votes of who no prop- view of and told her they wanted to take her picture for
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida persons pay Messenger. many years anti In a number a newspaper artick.
erty tax and wlbh to escape as --o_- offices, had diligently served the Interests because she was an old citizen and she consented. For one of the

;P n far as possible all other taxes, Gainesville has a nice quiet of one particular organization. photographs they had furniture placed' on her porch and Induced\ her

+x E. S. Matthews ______._____________ .- Owner and PublisherJ. while at the same time making full street by the name of Pistol Alley. to sit down by the furniture to have her photograph made
o of the roads and the There's a) I
y use public -Starke Telegraph.
______._____ Managing Editor Ourranre has been exhibiting these pictures and
C. Robinson _____. .____ public schools, for which purposesthe nice flowere-bordered road In this heck can we say circulatingreport
"What the
that John W. Martin put her out' of her home.
tax tax and the gasoline tax section called Shinney Lane.- said. !
about him? one guy Below I III an affidavit signed by the old lady which
are used Crestview Messenger. "Well" another replied "I sup- : prove thai
SUBSCRIPTION RATE what Mr. Durrance Is untrue and that Jol.oV..
Had It not been for the appor- -0--- safely state that he says Martin hits near
can
( \ t4 Yearly, $1,50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance tionment of the tag tax to the Beter writing might be done on was pone faithful we to his trust." taken advantage of her In any way. Also printed below I I..* uopy of(

Application county schools there would have an empty stomach, as the author "Now you're slingln' language," the letter addressed by the lady to Mr. Durrance asking him to re
u Rates
on
Advertising been no schools in many of the nays, but it's an uncomfortable spoke up a third, "and shall we go turn her photograph to her and to discontinue the use of her name In

counties during the past year. position to stay In.-Starke Tele- on ahead and name the TRUST?" his. speeches.
Bradford Is one of these counties. graph. Far more comfortable than Florida Democrats shown what
tactics
.', All good citizens vote. are Durrtince and hit f0|.
Without the tax appropriationIt weak back. -Crestvlew Messenger
tag on a -
'; 0- And right now when we're all lower are usingIn an attempt to gain notoriety and prejudice thi
would have been utterly Impossible .
hot and bothered tryln' to make up minds of the people against John W. Martin.
and alimony i for the county to have car- --0He --
of matrimony to vote
June-the month called minds
our so wly Read the following letter which Miss Charbonler
;:: ried on its schools for more than' was just a litle candidate not be a bad wilt t to Dur
It
; for and why might
two or three months. The fact Is, And liked to kiss the babies. and out In ad- ranre and decide whether such a political trickster Is deserving t 01

: j'i, Candidates in office can talk themselves out of office. the schools would probably not And after election time, we'll state Idea vance to Just try which figure candidates are consideration by Florida Democrat. :

I P 0--- have been started until yet, becauseno The kissed ones will have the most likely to. be true to their 335 E. Intendeneln'' strwiPensaoolu

f"" aim is good. bank would loan money to ''the rabies. TRUST Florida, May 13 '
A record f fa a good thing to point at, if your TRUST, and Just what 193.Charles
tax rolls for Chronicle.
board -Citrus
school County
against
they are most apt to be TRUE to. M. Durrance, Esquire, State Attorney,
0 the reason that tax payments have -pFrom v
Jacksonville Florida.
,
; i with alarm clock manufacturers. become too uncertain to be used as Bradford County Tele-
F Business should be dull I know a lot of birds runnln' for Dear Sir:
collateral. graph: "Just why did they name a
0a The schools of this county were dam after Hoover?" Particularlywhen office that would have been bare- It has Just been brought to my attention that you urn exiMlm! |

(a To vote your poll tax must be paid before tomorrow mid- kept open during the past term on so many people think that foot BODY a long hadn't time stepped ago If In SOME-and to people all over the State of Florida, a photograph taken of me whil!

night. i money borrowed against the tag the dam should be named before bought 'em a lot of new shoes, and on my front porch and that In connection with thl* photograph jo

i' i o tax allocation. Hoover.-Miami Beach Sun. before I go and get big hearted and are making statements\ which convey the Impress, that I have lm>

*" them in So It Is with the gasoline tax and -0-- generous with my vote I want to dispossess! or put out of my home, and that I have been Injured.. o
We should seo our own faults as easily as we the road situation. Bradford coun- People can vote for a Democratic know who is puttin' up all this mistreated by former Governor John \V. Martin.

,,y ; others. ty has ben receiving under this law president this year without hearingthe JACK for certain candidates and Aa far all I know, Ex-Governor Martin Is a very nine gentlemanand

( o .- at the rate of between forty and old gag about republican pros- WHY has never done me an Injury or Injustice of any kind. I Void, fi

Iifi, interested in rain than fifty thousand dollars per year to perity being replaced with hard- him when he ran for Governor beforeand Intend to do so In the! coiiUm
I Farmers are apparently more be used In the payment of Intereston .
times
-Starke Telegraph. Pros-
I know one guy that Is gallopin'around election If I am able to get to the poll
Its outstanding road bonds. perity and the Full Dinner Pail
politics about runnln' on
yelpln' Therefore, I earnestly request that you discontinue
While a full year has not yet have been taxed out of existence.The displuyingaphotograph
-0 his RECORD. Yes, and If you ask
and that return
of you same to me Immediately and eta'
I under the
elapsed operation country la In the same fix the
foreigners It's SOME Record, and what'sMORE
America for Americans ; American dollars for these laws It Is: estimated that south found herself in after the me he's runnln' by permissionof lining my name In any way In connection with your political compel

Bradford county will receive at civil war-too much "carpet bag" the COPYRIGHT owners. or otherwise.

-0 least $90,000 per year from the administration. Remove the cause Your very truly
tag and gasoline taxes. Under the and the effect 'will gradually disappear. (Signed) MISS MARY DOLORES \RUOMEK
r broadcast each Sunday eveningover I was standln' in front of a plat
"Florida are
Footprints"
present tax assesment roll it would ,
-Creaty, ew Messenger
form the other day when a fellow
?T WRUF. require a property tax of 60 mills, -0-- runnia' for the legislature got up RACING COMMISSION OBJECTS

Q. or $60.00 on the thousand of valua- Life Isn't Empty- to speak his piece and a city slick John \V. Martin was severely criticised for donating money I to a j

s Don't kick over paying your poll tax. The money goes tion, to raise this amount of rev- For those who make It their er beside me starts to wisecrackand church In the lust Issue of the Quincy Times, owned and edited by I li
of
This Idea the
e enue. gives some
business .
to sunshine.For
spread break out all over with mirth L. Sweger, Carlton appointed race truck commissioner and an old peiaonal
to the schools. Importance of keeping hands off: those who have hope to often because the old bird was wearln' an friend and supporter of Candidate Cary A. Ilardpp.

--0 of these taxes. to their fellows. old fashioned celluloid collar. This criticism, orglnutod In u Winter Garden newspaper and h
Carlton and certain
Governor
in the of American For those who believe the best "Looklt," the smart guy snorts,
The most common i impediment speech members of the legislature worked been sent broadcast to newspaper all over the state.
about their friends. "
"He's a RUBBER collar.
got on
? people is chewing gum. Incessantly for 100 days to get For those who have a work with Because! Mr. Martin gave $10.00 to a Baptist! church at Snra.1

1 o -. these relief measures enacted Into which they are In love. several year ago to help them put a roof on their parsonage, the

law, and they have saved many of For those who are blessed with Well, if you ask me, I'a a darn newspaper have claimed that he was trying "to buy vote wit
u 4 If you cannot get attention from your dance partner, sight rather vote for a fellow with
"
IQ the counties from bankruptcy.The friends who believe In them. shingle -And they have called the good Christian women who wei
;4f ;; step on the toe of her shoe. part of wisdom Is not to tamper For those who are looking for a RUBBER collar If I was sure raiNing the church fund, "simple" and "misguided souls"
would for
It was HIS OWN, than I
r i with them the challenging.For Mr. Martin I, of and
; some guy with a better lookln' one a Baptist long standing will make an man
Railroad rates are getting down to the point where ridingis -----fI -- those who hold duty In high that belonged to SOMEBODY donation to churches all he pleased, even though the desperate pol

respect.-Sele ELSE. tlclanit, who are attacking him, object and Blander him and the mm
almost as cheap walking,
v o I Who Built the Roads? I -Alaii Grows oAs --Older here of the Church.

s A lot of voters will FALL for This act of generosity had been forgotten by Mr. Martin. 1

Y'f :;; Everyone is acquainted with the fellow who knows lots I I He values the voice or experience the candidates that blow around wired for confirmation and received the, following letter from MiIleuluh

,: of things but can't remember any of them. Former Governor Martin lays' and the voice pf prophecy less. and put up a BIG FRONT, but Fender of Sneads. Head what she has to say about a do 1

i t o claim to having pulled the state He finds more of life's wealthIn you'd better take time out long tlon made several year ago:
the common pleasures-home, to find out WHO'S BACKof
out of the sand by building our enough FENDER &; KING
Just a prediction that might prove wrong: Movement health, children. 'em.I .
present system of hard-surfaced Sneod, .1a., May 12, 1932.
; back to the farms will be stronger after June 7th. roads. Former Governor Hardee Is He thinks more about the worthof Mr. John Martin,
men and less about their wealth. don't know whether my boy
somewhat more modest. He claims
c: o ---- that several hundred miles of road lie begins to appreciate his own friend Mr. Lea of Bradenton, Tulliihansel, Florida.

There be in but Leon county candi- father a little more. ankle Dear Sir
may nothing a name, were built during hiS' administration sprained his or saw some
dates held a political rally at Needmore the other day. but concedes that the people He boasts less and boosts more. "hand wrltin' somewhere or what, I'm very sorry you didn't understand my letter and had to go

who have paid and are still payingthe He hurries less, and usually anyhow, I guess all you poor the expense to wire. I just referred to your helping us severally

V o taxes had something to do with makes more progress.He FARMERS' he was flxln' to help ago and we certainly did appreciate It. Some of the other govern'

$ If you want to get the most out of your dollar, read the the building.We esteems the friendship of will have to WAIT awhile longerAS didn't help us us you did. At different times we have called. on

ads Any worth while bargains are always advertised. are not entirely familiar with God a little higher.-Florida Grower. USUAL. You know Georgewas governor for a little help but some turned us down and they nv

e, o- road building In the other counties, .e:, rearin' and snortln' aboutgroin' have had the same salary an you did. I remembered you helped
---'- --- to Congress, but with his
but we do know something of the some year ago and a* we are trying to get enough money to bull,
# Sebring American revises the timeworn phrase of candidates Good 111I1In..1'8Lisbon "Lunacies" and a lot of other
1' relates Bradford
it to
; subject as I would this .
Baptist Parsonage was
mire help
to read "If elected I will certainly our
i The ill-mannered you
offer the following Information boy invariably DRANE was too much for him so
f my ability. becomes ill-mannered and If you possibly can.
an man he decided to DROP OUT.
M to those who may be Interested
0 the girl who has no manners grows Yours very truly,
:
Times-Union looking through a keyhole is the up to be a woman whom everybody And all you birds that was savin' (Signed) MRS. BKVLAH TENDER.
J says I
Road No. 13 and
running north i dislikes. little "X" marks to tag Tom Ham Democratic voter of Florida will not relish such tactic on
ry'' lowest form of getting information. Not where there's a south the
across county was placedIn An Ill-mannered man Is not often mond with In the governor's race part of those who are seeking the office of governor.

i crack under the door. the first preferential system successful in a business which requires will have to start sucktn' your JOHN W: MARTIN FOR GOVERNOR CLUB OF FLORI
under Governor Hardee's adminis-
o that he come into dally contact pencils and figure out another place Paid Political" Adv. BY JOHN KILGOHKI
tration. It was located and built i with the buying public.An for 'em. Anyhow Tom can tell his

By the way, where are the Hoover lucky pocket pieces with funds partly supplied by the Ill-mannered woman never grand-children that he NEARLYran A candldate'a campaigning!

f, i issued four years ago bearing the slogan "Good for four county and partly by the state. has any friends and lives a dissatisfied for governor once. When Tom I something on the order of walk!
s This was the beginning of hard- and discontented life. came out and announced that he ICED PEPPER j I the streets looking for a Job-I

years of prosperity? surfaced road construction in Bradford School' teachers are always en- was gonna, QUIT a lot of folks By "Red" I II U. Trying for something that

t gyp-- county. deavoring to Improve the mannersof says, "Well, I'll be SWITCHED," I doesn't expect to get.

It's funny, but we never realize how down-trodden we are Road No. 28, running east and the pupils, but they find it difficult and now all the other candidatesare "Time and tide waits for no -
west across the county, was placedIn where good manners are not wonder in' who they'll SWITCH Read In Rlpley's Believe It
..1 and what a heck of a condition the country is in until the the second preferential system taught at the home. to. man." Neither 'do some motoristson Not the other day that It ti

candidates break out, under Governor Martin's administration Parents who wish a happy life a person crossing a street. 127,000 pieces to construct a et.\

It was located and graded for their children both in business havin' all
----0 a And If it annoys you telephone. Almost as many P
Don't try to a "bully. Stampsare
under the name administrationwith way and socially, will begin these candidates atop you on the as it takes words to complet
t When a man has been married long enough to know the money turned over to the I to teach early that to have friends, I street and ask you for HELP, tell licked before, being put to use. talk between two neighbor warSaw

futility of arguing with friend wife, he has passed the altar state road department by the coun- it Is necessary to recognize the 'em to ADVERTISE in the NEWS- "Life Is one bump after another"

ty.Road wishes and privileges of others.o PAPERS, so you can tell whether In the paper where a I
neariiig he made
si stage and the halter. 28 was hard-surfaced and groaned the frog as an
--- they are the TYPE you want to became tired of home-life, bul
unbalanced landing on the cypress
_:5 o the concrete bridge across New We do not know whether Na- vote for or not. knee. yacht and sailed around the w

a Political campaigns are getting.hot when candidates de- River ton administration was built during with the Carl-state than Mayo is' a good secretary of' alone. His mother-in-law

.V TOte so much time to each other that they do not have time funds In addition to hardsurfacing agriculture or not. Franklin O. I' dents of the section traversed by Pity people can't tell _what is have written she was visit.coming
King might make a beter one. We highway No. 28 were much cheered just under the skin. Women the usual six months
I t to say anything of benefit to voters. road 28 the Carlton administration know of just one Incident In the of I by the statement of Chairman Harry wouldn't buy spoiled sausage, or
has built the road connectingthe fa
o facial career of Mr. Mayo and that Wells that the hardsurfacingof marry some men. Owing to the depression a
Brooker road with road 13 at
'
one Is sufficient to cause the writerto the remaining stretches bf high er told me he paid the kids
f Last the 13th the last for candidates Hampton the road from Starke to t
Friday was day cents to discontinue supper.tcharged
give him the one and only vote way No. 28 would not be long deferred As hard as a penny is to get now
-1 the state farm and taken for
to qualify. There's no question that it will prove to be an un- maintenance ,the Green over Cove he has In his controL When John the Indian head should be replacedwith five cents for breakfaVirginia

lucky day for many of the aspirants. Springs road and the Brooker road. W Martin was governor he felt a Often ia the preferential list, a Scotchman's. bl
tremendous responsibility towardsthe thoroughfare, one of the most important held her apple
i o The first law allocating to counties Everglades. So great did this In Florida, haa not seemed l Speaking of body lines. Ford festival last week. The nea

Invite the candidate who says he is going to abolish I use a in part road of construction the gasoline and tax upkeep for feeling become that John decidedto able to get going. After considerable probably had it hoop-skirt In mind thing to apple blossom Is a to pr

_ i and that tax to show what he proposes to tax to cover' the I was passed by the legislature unload a 920,000.000 bond issueon delay It was built into Pa. when he designed the 1915 model girl. The blossom nearest is bride.thing-"
the people* to dig more canals. latka. and since that time progress M JW orange a
of 1923 under Governor Hardee'sadministration.
loss caused by his pet abolishing scheme. This law to I Everything went smoothly with has been made In construction of The.height of something or oth- Union. Because when the
gave
o Bradford county from $30,000 totO.OOO John's bond Issue until Nathan the eastern end, from San Mateoto er Is a man expecting to be successful named matures they are gene
-r Mayo refused to sign the bonds BunneU Already the grading borrow sour.
Some inventor should bring out a horn for autos that will $ annually for several years. trying to make a ,
The law to Because Nathan Mayo possessed a Is completed, contracts for the construction I from a Scotch banker. -
not operate unless the car is in motion. Then perhaps some present allocating little courage, the people of South of bridges have been let. I "IT PAYS TO ADVERTI
of these Bradford county between $40,000 Florida were, saved $20.000,000.With All that remains Is the bard-sur-I even CO per cent in the expectations editorial headline. Sure, th!
curb service fiends would have to exercise their legs. and $50,000 from the '
per year no malice at aU against Mr. facing, and now it Is announced of those residents of Clay, why a men cackles.

V o gasoline tax. for the payment of 1 King and with fairness to Mr. that this Item la'to be taken care Union, Bradford, Columbia and ad-

__ Interest on bonds, was passed at Mayo, recalling this official Joining counties who wanted an Papers are stating that Fie
Some voters have the idea that every man now in office the last session of the we are one of expeditiously
legislature act at this tlme.-Delray Until highway No. 281 l la connect. outlet to the ocean beaches, especially has more candidates this year 1
must be thrown out and installed. If after1 Governor Carlton had >
voters foughtit
new men expect before. From a
i Beach News. ed up with state road No. 4, a/t during the hot and sweaty ever on record
good government they should do more voting for good men in out with the regular and two -0.- Bunnell, It cannot fulfil! Its mission summer months.It sick after-the-seventh-of-June
sessions.
office than voting against men for personal reaspns. ''Personal special I Most Gratifying for it was designed and christened la most pleasing to know that big doctor ought to do a rust .
f w' ---o-- Palatka News. route" from the the com- business.
likes ( Dally ) aa a "short present plans contemplate
or dislikes should not be considered-rather the
E Plant CityA.. H. Devane prop While the main purpose of the Lake City gateway to the sea. At pletion of this road within a rea- (
; ;, voter should ask himself which one of the candidates is in erty on northeast corner Baker visit here yesterday of a committee present it joins up highways No. 1 sonable time. The road depart' M George Washington nevera 0
.
position or best qualified to give me the most service in exchange and Collins streets, being arrangedto from the state road department and No. 3. thereby doing half duty ment, if It goes ahead with the I lie I suppose he let Mr*as (

for vote. accommodate stopping place for was to consider the freeing of the so far as through travel Is con. work will win the plaudits of all tell the kids that there wa !

my buses of Florida Motor Lines. Memorial Bridge from tolls, resl- cerned. But not measuring up residents of the section served. Claus.
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