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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 27, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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QUALIFIED Q LIST June Primaries PACKING PLANT Voters Face Long Ballot



NUMBERS ]1,968 Vote May Drop WILL BE BUILTCitrus




1932 Bradford primary county-with will the enter largest the To Under 250,000 Exchange of Satsuma Will Handle Orange PackIng In Primary June Seventh ''


number of registered voters quall- Grown In This Section

.!I8f1slace the division of the qualifying before closing At a meeting of Satsumaorange A sample ballot, identical in size: missioner J. M. Rosier District 1,
1968 Anticipated 300.000 1\\ more than one county were required be the numea of the primary winners
of the books Saturday midnight. growers of Bradford, Ba- and form as the one to be used in and Q. W. Hinson District 4, being I to qualify with the secretary .

2402 had registered before closingof ker, Alachua and Clay counties the first primary on June 7th, is nominated without opposition For of state. This rule applied to both The number of contests for office ,
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the registration books, and of Jacksonvlle, May 23. Indications held at the courthouse Wednesday I being reprinted below as informa- supervisor of registration H C. Democrats and Republicans. The and the long list of candidates in 1.; ,

this number 1968 completed the requirement are there will be less than afternoon, officials of the Florida tion to our readers As shown, Wall was also declared nominated.This deadline was midnight May 8, but many of the contests assure the

for voting by paying 250,000 votes cast in the approach.Ing Citrus Exchange were present and the ballot is a duplicate of the one year voters must bear in as that was Sunday the books were slate of two primary elections before ;t?

their poll tax. Democratic primaries in Flor agreed to install machinery In the that will be used In Precinct 8, mind that the second-choice vote kept open several days to allow.. the general election In November 1f

Tax Collector Knight kept his Ida.When canning plant building for gradingand Brooker, and the only changes to has been thrown in the discard but papers In the malls. to clear In every Instance In which 'j !S'o,
time for paying poll taxesa packing the Satsuma orange ballots for the remAin- the X mark must still be placedat The {
office open until midnight to accommodate I' I appear on official primary ballot in the high man In any race falls to
; late comers, and Mon- -- necessary step (in qualifying as crop of this section. Representingthe ing seven precincts will be In the the right of the! name. Vote each county will Include all state poll a majority of the votes cast !
a voter-expired at midnight Sat- Seaboard Air Line Railwaywere district offices only for the number of candidates I
he qualified those who mailedIn sum as county and national office-seekers who he find the second high man will '1
day their checks Saturday for poll urday, the figures were far shortof Messrs. J. N. McBride, gen- commissioners, meubers of the as is stipulated at the head of each were qualified, all district candi- go Into the second primary, June : j

Of 2402 registered, only the' approximately 300,000 per- eral agricultural agent of Savan- school board, and constable. The I'roup-.you do not pick any second dates in their own districts and the :28, for the run-off.
toes. lions who signed their names to nah, Ga., and E. M Nix develop- ballot for each will choice or vote for more than the 1
434 failed to qualify when the precinct carry strictly county list which closed In The Republicans as well as the :"; k
bocks were finally closed. The list the registration books. ment agent, of Jacksonville. Mr. the proper district candidates to be number specified. The second pri- each county at midnight May IS. Democrats will have a primary this .i r1!
Reports from the larger coun- Nix has been active over a periodof voted In that June 28th will take the I.!.
at electors as furnished by Super- upon precinct mary on 'Qualified candidates who are unopposed year In Bradford county. While
(vigor of Registration Wall, show ties of the state showed that in several months, working with Names of candidates who do not place of the second choice vote will not be placed on the there are no contests among the ".

that the two Starke districts carry each nearly 10,000 persons who the growers and citrus officials for have opposition do not appear on option.All primary ballot. Lack of opposition Republicans for high office, there .. ,

1080 of the nearly two thousandtotal had registered failed to pay their building a plant at this point. .I the primary ballot. For that rea- candidates for national and automatically qualified them and are contests In four of the seven j,( i',
On account
of Its central loca-
for the county.By poll taxes. son, two commissioners' districts state offices and for district of- their names will be certified a* groups of candidates for presidential "

precincts the registration and. Complete figures on poll tax tion growers agreed upon Starke will not have to vote for their com fices where the districts embrace their party's nominees Just as will electors ", j

list is given as follows: : payments, however, will not be as the most logical point for a 11'5 ,.'
qualified
known until payments) by mail are plant location, and a committee
DEMOCRATIC "
Reg. Qual. SAMPLE PRIMARY ELECTION BALLOT PARTY ,
appointed by the Business Men'sClub
tabulated in county tax collectors'offices
Free. 1, Lawtey ______428 339
_____731 595 today and tomorrow. secured the canning plant for ..
Perc. 2, N. Starke June 7th 1932
Thousands of persons availed use as a packing house, officialsof ,
3, S. Starke546 485
Free.
Free. 4, Graham .____*- 8.59 themselves of the opportunity to the Citrus Exchange upon an Precinct Number 8 Bradford County
Inspection trip some two weeks ;
poll taxes by mail this ,,
pay year
Free. 5, Hampton ______189 164 K
having decided its locationwas
Free. 6, Theressa ______ 60 52 and tax avoid collector's standing office In in line the at last the ago best suited for their purpose. Instructions: To vote for any candidate make a cross (X) at the right of his name

Pree. 7, New River ____ 85 67 1 Repairs and alterations will be I .
minute rush ---- -- -------- -- ---- -
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Free. 8, Brooker278 made to the building to convert It
HlllMborough Lead I For President oI} the I'nlted State: For State Senator FIFTKKNTII Senatorial Kor Nntlmml n..mnc'raUc Committeewoman 4

Totals _____-...2402 1968 Preliminary figures showed to its be new Installed purpose, and machinerywill the Vote for One. District Vote for One.. Y r j+
during sum-
Hillsborough county (Tampa) with Vote for One. ------- --
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mer months In readiness to handle MRS LOIS K. MAYES Nw
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32,000 qualified through registration L. J. CHASSEE
and poll tax payment, lead- next season's crop.SATURDAY. .,. HAL Y. MAINES
MRS. J. REID: RAMSAY "
ABSENT VOTERS Ing the state, although Duval WM. H MURRAY J.-M. MANN- '

county (Jacksonville) is the atate'slargest
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT. MRS HORTENSE K. WELLS I .''pf W
in population. Here the IS

MAY CAST VOTE qualified today just passed 31,000., -
.
41,000 --- ---
Democratic
Approximately persons For Delegate to National

., Ai .... .. registered in Hillsborough countyand "POPPY DAY"Poppies For Presidential Electors: Convention, State at Large For Representative the legislature* 4,, ui
Vote for One.
slightly more than 39,000 In Vote for One. Men
ounty Judge Gardiner Has Bal- Duval. Group No. 1 Vote for Four. ) '
G M. INMAN \,
Iota In Keadlnes for Those Dade county reported 29,600 .

Unable to Vote June '7 qualified out of 38,431 registered. will bloom throughout JERRY W. CARTER, JR. JAMES J.. BURKE T. B. PINHOLSTER

I The tax collector In Palm Beach Starke Saturday with the same + tt
RANDOLPH CALHOUNVAL
Ballots for use of voters who will county reported about 12,000 per- profusion that they bloomed amongthe HUGH C. SPARKMAN

sons had paid poll taxes although shell holes, barbed wire and C CLEARY
not be at home to vote on June 7th For .
wooden the battle County Judge i
Along
crosses
18,000 registered. --
nearly
were turned over to County Judge Vote for One "
Gardiner Monday, and anyone who There were 5,000 qualified in Front In France. Preparations for Group No. 8 WILBUR CLEVELAND >

'mints to take advantage of this Manatee county, out of 8,000 who the annual poppy sale of the Vote for One. CEO. A. GARDINER i f

H>ort unity to cast their ballot registered. Lee county looked toa American Legion Auxiliary, during BRYAN MACK .

my apply to the judge and he voting strength of 4,000 this beIng which the Auxiliary hopes to WILLIAM W. FAIRBANKS JAMES 8. McCAWLKY E K. FERRYMAN t

nil attend to the prellmlnaries 1,000 less than the total reg- place a memorial poppy on the I +

Item. Ballots cannot be mailed to istered. Collier county had 650 coat of every man, woman and & MON McCLELLAN PAT MURPHY !
child In the city, are now complete, f
absentee voters for them to vote qualified and Hendry county re- For '
Grace Wainwright, chairman of the CHARLES H. PENT PERRY A. NALLD.
wd return, but must be attended ported 750 had paid poll taxes. Vote for One. Sheriff'r
to before departure. Voters may Reports were not received today Auxiliary poppy sale committee, ,
F. C. ROBERTSON SR.
has announced.The k
east their ballot In this manner at from Pinellas county (St. Peters- OSCAR ANDREU

any time through Friday, June 3rd, burg). Orange county (Orlando) poppies, each bearing a distinctive STANLEY SEYMOUR
bill! date being the last day it is put Its qualified total at 5,150, label showing it to be the For Representative In Congress, State LAURICK C. CLEMONS

allowed while Alachua (Gainesville) tripped veteran-made product of the Legion at Large FULLER WARREN
and Auxiliary, have been received Vote for One. W. J EPPERSON
There this figure with 5.500 quali-
are two methods of casting -
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from U. S. Veterans Hospital JAMES (JIM) WUITEHUKHT I
fied out of 8,000 who had registered. -
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an absentee ballot In the .Tuna7th JR.
-- --- JOHN T. ALSOP, t
Broward county showed 5,418 at Lake City where they
primary.
The first method is WILLIAM L. ZACHARY k kw.
were made by needy disabled vet-
For Clerk of Circuit Court
here the voter anticipates thathe qualified. D. BELL
erans. The Title red flowers are Vote.for One. '
will be absent from his home .
being arranged In baskets ready
NINETEEN STATE SENATORS ASHER FRANK r
county on the 'date of election.
STAND FOR NOMINATION for the workers to take out Sat- O. W. ALDERMAN
Such
voter applies to the county urday morning and the coin boxes LESTER W JENNINGS'A. r

Judge of his home county at any Candidates for the state senate into which poppy purchasers will J. THOMAS r4 I
time, to and June 3, W. J. SEARS
up including
will be nominated in one-half of drop their contributions for the .
and after establishing his right to Florida's 38 senatorial districts I welfare of the disabled and dependents ti''s 1
vote1 the best evidence of which I For County Assessor of Taxes
7 and 28 are being made ready.
this year at the June pri-
l Is his registration slip and poll maries. I There Is a tradition In France' Women Vote for One : i, h
tax receipt or exemption there- For Governor Vote for Four. r+y' !
Most of the Democratic nomi- that on the battle fields where the Vote for One. E. W. HAYES : i
from, he will be given a ballot of fell most the E'
nees will be assured of election:; men thickly poppies MRS. TOMMIE C. BARFIELD q
the precinct In which he is registered since the Republicans have few bloom In greatest profusion. A STAFFORD CALDWELL. LOUIS H. HILL k })

After marking the ballot candidates In these contests. symbolic connection Is seen between MRS. HERMAN A. DANN
to the customary manner it Is then Among the Democrats seeking the blood-red blooms of the CHARLES M. DURRANCE N. D. WAINWRIGHT

folded and placed in a plain white MRS. BEULAH HOOKS HANNAH
nomination and election Is SenatorT. I poppylnd the blood of the heroic

envelope furnished by the county G. Futch of Leesburg, the cau- dead. Here in America we believe ARTHUR GOMEZ -
ldge. MAMIE SPARKMAN HART
cus selection for president of the ,that where true patriots dwell most GARY A. HARDEE For Tux Collector!
The voter seals this envelope 1933 senate. thickly the memorial poppies are __ EMILY WRIGHT BIOREY Vote for One. I;

en-lope State senators are elected for a worn la greatest numbers on Poppy THOMAS S. HART

printed term of four years, those from the Day. and we hope that nowhere MRS. CHARLES H OVERMAN CARL JOHNS
that Is necessary for the voter to numbered districts being In the country this year will these JOHN W MARTIN ,

"Ascribe to and upon sealing theater even elected one election year and those I bright symbols of remembrance be I i' DAVE SHOLTZJ MRS. WILLIAM L. WILSON CARL A. KNIGHT ; ,ft

envelope the voter again sub- from the odd numbered districts seen In greater profusion than in

scribes( his name across the flap, the next. This prevents an entirely I I Htarke.I TOM WATSON For Pebble'I '
as does County erlntendent| of .
also
the The
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county Judge. new senate from sitting In the I I i __ Instruction
ter envelope and its contents are SWEET; CORN TO START Vote for One >> $

left with the county: Judge to be legislature.This senators will be elected ______ ..-- d'
Paced! (in the ballot box of the vot- year districts. Approximately 150 cars of sweet For Comptroller L. II. FUTCH 4
from the odd
*
.e precinct at the time of delivery corn will start moving from the Vote for One.

"f the ballot box to the election ...N................... I Lawtey section Friday of next For Congressional Delegate, State at A. J._ GRIFFIS
clerks week, the Telegraph was Informedby ERNEST AMOS forge, to National Democratic Convention t 1 ,
RETURNSTO III B. WIGGINS '
On the morning of the election ELECTION J. T. Moore Wednesday. The Vote for Two. ?.
the BE SHOWN J. M. LEE
absentee ballots In the ballot prospects are good in spite of dry I

boxes are removed by the election weather first of the season, storms VAN C. SWEARINCEN W. F.. ARMFIELD )
of }
Its policy
Clerks and are checked against the Following and hail, he stated, the heavy rain For County Commlmloner, District N. 8
election JAMES B. DODGE
lustration! books. Upon being giving a "party" on will and wind of Monday taking down Vote for One i; "r''

""d qualified the outer envelope nights the Telegraph several shacks occupied by negroes RICHARD W. ERVTN 4 % t. )
state and county election ,
"Amoved by the clerks and the }flash In that section, although crop For Commissioner of Agriculture O. W. ANDREWS
_r results on a screen westof ... "."' i
envelopes, still sealed, are damage was negligible. : Vote for One. ELI FLITCH 1 a
"posited In the ballot box to be Its office on the night of Mr. Moore also stated that 76 R. T. OSTEEN li Y

mooted with all other ballots cast June 7th, and every Interested cars of berries made up the sea- FRANKLIN O. KINO FRANK HILBUN f n

Ong: each election. citizen Is Invited to attend. son's movement out of Lawtey', and "
The the ballot. rather NATHAN MAYO F. S. HUDNALL
second method is where the Although the average price to growers was \ ..9'
voter this elimina- i
Is absent from his home lengthy year around 11 cents quart.
JOHN J. KEHOE P
m lU1ty and Is present In the state tion of the second choice vote For Member leanly Board Public Instruc

of Florida on election day. Upon will speed the counting, and -MR. JOHN At SEYMOUR BUYS For Railroad Commissioner E. CLAY LEWIS JR. lion, District" N 0. a. I t

apPlication to election officials and by arrangement with representatives PROPERTY IN STARKE Vote for One. Vote for One. t
!he in each voting ,
J establishing of his right to .t I
1'\)14-') precinct, results of the coun- Mr. John Seymour of Baltimore, R. HUDSON BURR I ---.- J H. KELLEY I. t 44

II from the county In which he I ty offices will be shown while Md., ha purchased property at the )$ tP'or
the OLDEN A. B.
011 are counting SURRENCY
election Inspectors of 12th and Weller streets
b J day and It will be state officials' corner National Democratic: Committeeman %
chary for him to write In the votes cast for and U remodeling the home on this Vote for One.
CEO. S. DAVIS
ae1ea of heading the list. site. Mr. Intends
the candidates of his Seymour making 1
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to bale county for whom be wishes Complete wire service from Starke his future home. His son, W. B. DOUGLASS NORMAN N. BLAKLEY Y tI 4
every section: of the state James D. Seymour, a student at I ;
ItetkAfter marking and fold-
ballot he returns It to the will be secured for this night, the University of Montana Is) ex- JOHN WALTER NEWBERNTWOS. JOHN T. G. CRAWFORD .. .'". ... 1 lr

"action officials the expense being shared by pected to arrive In several weeks .... .5}:
from ,
whom he reed -I- : .
'A rnRfi4
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businessmen. JOHN B. SUTTON .:. ... .
candidates and local J. REDDING at1 :
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it here.NlcevWePeople's "
;: and It Is then forwarded to spend his vacation '1. J I'. ".' .
vote early
the Cast
county judge of his home your ,
JOHN 8. TAYLOR
of the LESTER WELLS.
balance ,
sty to be kept and counted and spend the Dry Goods,
!lie e Wasaing board which meets by day-and night-in Starke. Co., Crestvlew, opened branch store lei
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ray after the election. ........... ............. here. ly ly.x

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1 TWO RADJI'ORD COUNTY TEUBORAPn. STARES FLORIDA FRIDAY. MAY! 27.
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} TIIERESSA I RAIFORD l I GRAHAM SAXTON. DOUBLE RUN SANDY LANE VANDERBILT

1,I i 11I1. R..4. Zrl.I., C... Red Kerrr, Cor. M.... Klltm .!....... c... MM June Tyler, Cor. MM __f. Br.w., c... Ml'.. L..*.. Greta Cor.Miss Carrie Bell !N..a... Cur.

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N ; Mrs. B. F. Hall and children Mrs. Magallne Baby of Alachua, George Sparkman of Waldo was Miss Mae and Inez Bryant were Church will be held at Saxton Elizabeth Harnage was the Mr. and Mrs. William
4 her mother of Starke burled In the cemetery a mile guests of Miss Vila Tyler Monday Sunday morning at 11 o'clock Snpp were
and were and owner of the Alachua Beauty by guest of Misses Pauline and Lorene visiting in Gainesville
Sunday,
visiting Mrs. J. P. Dickinson Monday Parlor was In Raiford Sunday visiting south of here Tuesday. afternoon.Mrs. Rev. Kirkland of Jacksonville.! ] Everybody Green Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. O N. Norman
afternoon. her husband, Mr T. H. Esbyof Rufus Prescott of Ziff spent the L. E. Doivllng- of Jackson invited to attend.Mr. Miss Juanita ,Williams spent turned horns Friday after re,
Miss Gladys Her ey returned to tills place.O. day with relatives Tuesday. ville and Mrs. W. E. Mi'Jdleton of and Volley Starling were last week in Starke with Miss Ida tab: a week with Mr. Norman's spend
her home here Monday after several M. Alvarez was a business Miss Lillian Fogg of New York Starke were the guests of Mrs. W. visiting/ Mr. and Mrs Ernest Wil- Mae Johns. ents Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Non DU
days visit with relatives In visitor to Starke Monday after City has returned to her home. R. Swanbora Tuesday afternoon.Mr. mot Sunday afternoon.Mr. Miss Jennie Sander spent Saturday Miss Lubedla Alvarez and broth M!
O. T. Nelson attended Jordan
Jacksonville.Mrs. Griffin Brantley was the with Miss Juanita er, Lucian attended
Mr. and Mrs. Riley were night church
'. John Sullivan and daughter noon.Mr.. and Mrs. T. S. Johns and transacting business In Waldo Fri church at Saxton Sunday.Mr. guest of Freda Brown Sunday af Clark. Corinth Sunday. a'
? Miss Hazel Sullivan and Mr Miss Evelyn Johns of Lake Wales, Arthur Swanbom was vlslt- ternoon.Mr. Messrs. Fred
ft Y a and Mrs. E. J. Sullivan and little were in Raiford Saturday and Sun day.Miss tog Mr. Elbert Tyler Saturday af-. Buck Starling called on Miss Mr. and Mrs. Corley Johns and Crosby, Hubert Halslop Kelly Randobl
Erma Sloan of Sampson, children of Mrs. Ida and J. R
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ternoon. were guests
d' nun, E. J., of Waldo, were guests day visiting Mr. Johns' brother of Millie Judd Sunday. Kelly attended B. Y. P. u
of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler and the State Farm spent the week-end with her cousin Mr. A. C. Sumner and son Misses Boots, and Freda Brown Sweat Sunday afternoon.Mr. night at Wateroak.The Sunda 5
..y daughters Sunday. B. J. Cavaran of Palatka was Miss Mildred Broughton. Crockett attended to business In and Inez Kersey were the guestsof and Mrs. E. E. Green and Union meeting of the
Misses Willie Mae and Okie Hin- here Monday on business Claude Sparkman and sons of Jacksonville Friday. Misses Willia Mae Johns Sun family were the guests of Mr. and River Association will !Ne*
eon were visitors at Hampton Sat. J. P. White has been ill at his Waldo, were visiting friends here Miss Dorothy Swanbom was the day.Miss Mrs. W. R. Kersey Sunday. the Wateroak Baptist church meet with

urday night. home here for some time. Dr. Biggsof Sunday.! guest of Miss Jean Tyler Sunday Mae Bryan was the guest Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Damage urday and Sunday, May 28th Sat
7 returned to Mrs. Rutch Frazier has returned afternoon. of Mrs. Collie Johns weer visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. R. RD'I'
1i Mr. Johnnie Adklna Starke has been attending him Sunday.after. 29th. Everyone is Invited
ll his home in Jacksonville Monday and reports improvement. after a two week's visit with Miss Willie Mae Johns of Double noon, Kersey Sunday afternoon.The to at

f 4 { after a visit with his sister, Mrs. I J. H. Scarbrough of Lake Butler Mr.Wlndemere.Mr.and Mrs.. Willard Smith of Run was visiting friends in Saxton I Mr and Mrs. G. L. Kersey were) many friends of Mr. T. N. tend.Mr .and Mrs. F. M. Norman wer
{ R. M. Mersey and family. was here last Sunday visiting Sunday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Norman are all very glad to know transacting business In Lake
$ g'g'.y M. Hall and )[rs. Willard Smith and Miss Sibyl and Ethel Perry of I Brown But
Mr. Calvin Hall Mrs. frlendi. Sunday evening.Mr. that he Is improving fast. We all ler Saturday.Miss .
'! f and Mr. L. L. Youngblood were J. P. Fleming, section foreman sons, J. W. and Paul of Windemere, Jacksonville attended church at Millard Judd baa returnedto hope see him up in a few days. Jeanette Carter of
lieu-
week-end with Mr. and
''kl Y visitors to Starke and Hampton of the Seaboard Air Line of Waldo spent the Saxton Sunday. his home'here after spending a Mrs. Ida Sweat and Aunt Susan bronn Springs was dinner
Monday. of Jacksonville, Mrs L. C. Smith and family. Miss Millie and Lois Judd of while In New York. guest
L. O. Tompkins Sweat were visiting Mrs. Mamie of Misses Mary and Mildred .
t ', Misses Willie Mae and Okie Hin- were visiting E. W. Tompkins of i Mr. and Mrs. David Durban and Double Run attended church at Mr. J. C. Simmons called on Johns Friday night. Sunday.Mr. Alvarez
+ son and Joyce Must of Hampton, this place Sunday.Mrs. i daughter. Garde Lee, of Jacksonville Saxton Sunday.Mrs. Miss'Millie Judd Saturday night. Mrs. Ruby Conner and Rosa and Mrs. Carl Sapp of Stark
;y were visiting Misses Ruth and M. E. Myers and grand were visiting here Sunday.BROOKER A. C. Sumner attended Stanley were called to the bedside were visiting Mrs. Sapp's parent-
4 ,; r Rhoda Zeigler Sunday afternoon daughters Rosle, and Betty Jane, I. church here Sunday night. of their father, Mr W. C. Clem- Mr and Mrs. J. C. Alvarez recent
r t Mr. and Mra. John Hull of of South Jacksonville, were In Rai Mrs. TrixIe Smith of Starke Umatilla-Umatilla Brush Factory one Friday night Iy.
Hampton were visiting relatives ford Saturday. passed through this section Sun resumed,operations. Miss Bertice Norman is spending
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a. -
i ,) here Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs Carl Rttch were day.Mr. Zolfo Springs-Second tomato several weeks In Palatka with
Mrs. G. W. Hlnson was visiting In Jacksonville Sunday visiting J. C. Dixon of New River attend packing house opened here. her sister Mrs. Ruby Waters.Mr. Mayo Courthouse repaired.
r Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Youngblood Mrs. Ritch'a sister Mrs. Fred Mlmu Vtrm imlnrr. Cur. I church at Saxton Sunday.Mr. Shepard Rhoden of Glen St.
Sunday afternoon. Wiles. Cooper Bryan and W. R. Daytona Beach Plans, being Mary, Is spending this week with Jacksonville-Everet's confectionery
a 11 y yetl Mr. Chaa. H. Register of LakeButlt'r Dixon of Lawtey passed through drawn for proposed $200,000 oceanfront A. J. Yarborough. and fountain, opened a'
Brannen of Lake
last Mrs. William this section Sunday.Mr. hotel at Ocean Avenue and 338 West Adams Street.
was here on business Butler, i is upending some time here Winton Sumner was the Main street. We are all sorry to know that Arcadia Paramount Cleaners .
Friday. with her son, R. W. Brannen. Leroy Norman is very ill this week,
I ROSEDALE Mr. and Mrs. Levy Alvarez were Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gainey spent guest of Arthur Swanbom Sunday. Perry-C. H. Turner local con- and hope he will soon recover. 25 East Oak street, purchased
iIq, i.. In Jacksonville Saturday afternoon the week-end with her relatives In tractor, making improvements on Miss Bessie Lee and Herman by Harry Bishop.
MlM Lurlll nrlffln. Cur.h shopping. Crawf ordvllle Ice factory store building occupied by Tom Woodle
Georgia. were visiting Miss Mildred Palm Beach Beautification
N. Raiford baseball team playedEagles Miss Zulena Waters from the nearing completion. Abdoo and Co. Store. and Audrey Norman Saturday, program for local streets planned
Jacksonville Sunday afternoon
of
There -- -;- () Tune' 011 Farm scent. the weekend .- -
i was a party given at the ; at the Eagles'; diamond; -
home of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Will -,Palm and Forrest street. The here with friends and rela- -- rlwN .
l( kerson Saturday night. Games :score was 2-0 In favor the Eagles. ,.Ives. -- -
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G. C. Hall of Jacksonville was I
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and Ice served
pl were played, cream this
This to be
as
senna as near '
here last
those present. Among present were team has come to being defeatedthis attending to business


k,b i / Mr.Mrs.Grlffls and Morris and Mrs.children Prlngle L. Grose, Mrs.Mrs., Lou Mr.R.Grlf-and C. the have Raiford season quite a, and"rep"team provles,. as the good Eagles for week-end.Mrs.Mentz A. B.of Crosby Jacksonville and Mrs.spent Larson VOTE for HARDEE and ECONOMY: III IIII

h fls and children Misses Lucille Ellerbee in port of last week here with their
David Shad of
was
: Grlffls, F. Cannon L. Cannon M. Raiford afternoon business. parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey.
Monday on
: Wllkerson, Mamie Wllkerson, Reba Miss Bernice Crosby spent last
: Griffin. Willie Mae Griffin, Ethel L. Wilson of Lake Butler week In Jacksonville with friends I
C. was
and relatives.Mr. An of Performance is worth :1
ounce
''FY+'rcti : Tallar Grlffls, Elzle Bertlce Grlffls Grlffls Claude, Mr. Rowe Buck In this place Monday. on business. I and Mrs. Ardell Crosby ol :

S I Jacksonville spent Sunday here

4 Austin Earnest, Eugene Raulerson Austine, O. Tallar., Lonzo B. with friends and.relatives. r I: more than tons of Promises When ::11

{ Austin, Huey Austin, Harry WIN RISING

t, r I kerson Bennett, ,John Leon Wilkerson Wilkerson,Johnnie Jessie lIra.! II. M. MIl.. C<>r, Hardee was Governor before he ,\1\\

Griffis, Colley Griffis, Preston Ileilbronn Springs P fir. \
Wlttfeldt Walter Wlttfeldt, Dutch I
r, 1 + Harley, Malley Grose, M. C. Cannon Mr. M. Newmans and Mrs. Jos. Mine Thrlm H..d... Cur. ''r

a, :l Mrs. Henry Austin. All report Garrison and children of Hellbronn ; Ii

a fine time were visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. Miss Rosa Moore was the guest man-I-

0 ,Ni y, Miss Lucille Grlffls spent Sunday i Crawford Monday afternoon.Mr. of Miss Edna Davis one day last
N with Mrs.. Dopsle Griffis. and Mrs. D. M. McRae and week. Iii

'i ;3, Mr. Eugene Austin of Highland son Jack, of Lake City, spent the Mrs Dave Manning and family

spent Leon Wllkerson.Saturday night with Mr week-end Walter Underbill.here with Mr. and Mrs. Jones were visiting Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J.. C ia The record of performance is what Ii h;

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and
: Mr. Earnest Raulerson and Mr. There was a large crowd from
little daughter of Raiford were visiting ''
Buck Griffls were visiting Mr. and here that attended the candidates'apeaklng counts.A
yt \ Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Conner !
at New Rivet
Thursday
Mra. Leven Grlffls Sunday after Ii
Friday afternoon. bridge.
I noon.Mr. Miss Hazel Underhill spent last ;
:Mildred Sanders Haze]
Misses
and Mrs. Morris Pringle of
0 week with her cousins, Misses Lillie Juanita Williams Thelmn Government I
Greenwood were the week-end Johns Few Comparisons in the Cost of State
and Dollle McRae of Crosby Rhoden and Mr. Bascom Williami
guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I
r' ? G. D. Wllkerson.z Lake. all attended the dance at Lake
Miss Doris Kersey of Lawtey is
z Miss Miss Hazel Lucille Bennett Criffls Saturday was visiting af upending a few days here with MIllS Geneva Mr. Rodman Saturday Underbill night. was via, (Figures from State Comptroller's Report.) Ii

ternoon. Audrey McRae. Itlng his parents Mr. and Mrs. O \

} Rev. Strickland of Clay Hill was L. Underhill Sunday.Mr. Cost of Governor's Office and Mansion, yearn 1\

b visiting Sunday Mr.afternoon.Mr. and Mrs.. R. C. Griffis Jupiter Construction of new home. Leroy in Crawford Jacksonville returned Friday this 1924, under Hardee's Administration ____$24,574.09
to
house at Hull's Groves
Henry Austin of Highland packing start soon. after spending last week here wltl)I Cost of Governor's Office and Mansion, year
q, was visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Mr. Peach Crawford.
Griffis Sunday. Plant City J. O. Jones opened There was a large crowd front 1928, under Martin's administration _____ 54,479.49Martin's
three-chair barber shop In Harrell our section that enjoyed a fishing
>
building. trip to Sampson Lake one nlgb1IBat
Fort Myers Building permits Wauchula Four-Way Filling week excess over Hardee _____________ $29,923.40
totaling more than $18,000 issuedto street Mr.Harris Nettles wall the guest t
Station, corner West Main
recent date since January 1, and Dixie highway, completed 'remodeling of MIlls Essie Crawford last Sun Cost of Motor Vehicle and Auto Theft De- i

Crestvlew Crestview Bargain program. day night. partment, year 1924, under Hardee ad-
Annex new subsidiary of Peoples Work progressing on Shoal river Misses Essie Crawford, Thelma
Dry Goods Co., opened. bridge.-Crestvlew News. Rhoden and Mr. Jack Edwards and ministration _______ _____________$162,519.06
Jimmie Reynolds: :, of Starke attended Cost of Motor Vehicle and Auto Theft Department -

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":t ........,...........'''"'11I'1111'----. '''''''' year 1928, under Martin administration -

TO TilE DEMOCRATS OF BRADFORD COUNTY: Mr. Russell. Judd and Percy __________________ $474,364.53 I
Starling were the guests of Misses 'I
f. I have made a clean campaign, have devoted to it Lois and Rose Anderson SunJajnight

] j f such time as I could under the conditions and I am 'Z"o M rHn's excess over Hardee $311,845.47
the kindnesses con- Miss Mary Reddish and Mr. Rust
_ grateful to my friends for many ,

siderations and hospitalities shown me. I have truly Reddish Edith and were Lola visiting Moore Misses Sunday Rosa eve Cost of Auditing Department, year 1924,

I t enjoyed my associations with you, and ardently wish ning.Everybody under Hardee administration ___________ $15,579.02Cost

to aid and serve you as your Clerk of Court. If elected In our section sure of Auditing Department, year 1928,
.
I I there are no sacrifices that I can make for your ad- was glad, for to all see the the crops rain were last Wednesday most under Martin administration ________,__ $64,821.49Martin's j

o vancement that could repay you for your good treatment dead.

_ of me, but I pledge you constant, efficient, courteous Miss Ethel Barber left Fridayfor IJ
,i't: and grateful service! and while your Clerk I shall New Jersey where she will excess over Hardee _____________ $49,242.47The
spend a while with Miss Martha
;: be your co-worker in the advancement of every worthy Moore. .
saving to tax for one year in these three departments alone under
edu- payers
and good cause and for economy in office. I was We are all very sorry to report
.:: cated in your institutions. I owe my all to you. that Mr. Newn Mott I* on the sick the Hardee administration amounted $391,011.34.. Is anything more needed ill

t I want to urge you to be active in my behalf until all list this week. to show that PERFORMANCE is better than Promises?

; votes are in the ballot boxes and the polls are closed on NOTICETo 'I

the 7th of June, and to rejoice with me over the vic- Governor Hardee will speak at the County CourtHouse j'

whom It may concern:
torious result.
By arrangement with Mrs. Johns, 1st 3:00
in Starke Wednesday June at :
+ With grateful appreciation I am, I have taken over the office of the on ,
late Senator E. M. Johns. Any unfinished

/ f 1' Your for Service Senator's matters practice pertaining which have to not the o'clQckp. m. Attend and hear his clean, straightforward i!

ql I" t A. J. THOMAS already been adjusted. If brought
to my attention will be taken care discussion of the issues involved i nth e

Candidate for of. Valuable papers and documents
I
belonging to clients will be
R Clerk of the Circuit Court, Bradford returned upon request and I will present campaign.
t be pleased to complete any unfinished -
Y''J' I County, Florida matters. Paid Political Adv.rAGa .
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f I RADIO SHORT COURSE Jacksonville Moore Poultry Melbourne Trafford &' Field '

1 1 MILLER I "- 1 Market opened store at Jacksonville -[ Insurance Co.. Inc(: opened branch '"{ I
=j News of Florida In Short Paragraphs Gainesville, May 2-1,, Nationally HAMPTON Beach, I In this city flui5'u' I .
I
I MI. .:Uen IIInrknrMrr, ('... known radio engineers and out ',.
jj : (tanking men In the rtel i .of radio< ,\tn. A4nlmmo.. Cor.Mr. ; : u2Sut'SZ5: : i 5\u 5uSta:. u iS'Suu:: o!. ''. 2:..:5Z<: .uZ"" S'u
.in the state of FlorWa" "
j will com '
jI Mr. and Mrs J .Blackweldor and i thu c Ri-KKECT: : !
prUo: faculty for the third annual .
and Mrs.
Frank E. Smith
LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD I' children, of Lulu were visiting his short course for radio servici. .. e j .i{ )
[ aunt, :Mrs Sallie Blackwelder last N> have" recently been managersof
men which i III
-I Sunday. of to be held at the University Hampton Hotel left last Mon- Geo. A. Gardiner l lIf
Florida
June 611. 'r
Mr. A. V. Blackwelder Mr. day for their home In Flint, Mich.
- B. C. Riley, dean of the L. iiivI j'
Spence Dicks, Mr. Gordon Holton genera Mrs R. Blrt and children, of
I extension division said today tha Gainesville), were the guests of Mr. t
and Mr. Lennard
,
BY OUR EXCHANGES Aldrldge enjoyed County Judge
indications point to a record at and Mrs. D. W. Johnson last Mon- 'j ,
a nice swim in Santa Fe river '
.... .. ... .- last Sunday and were dinner guestsof tendance. He stated that Prol day.Charles WiA 1 t
] Mrs. Sallie Blackwelder. Joseph Well, head of the depart J. Weeks of Jackson- Life long: Democrat and son ;.
Tallahassee _. Mailing of the of- ed at a coast guard hangar in Ft. ment of electrical engineering o: ville, is upending this week, with
Mr. H. G. of
Crawford. Mr. C. W. Confederate
a Veteran. \
campaign booklets, c ntainClsl Lauderdale in 1929. Carlisle the University, will act as chair, friends and relatives. '
were business visitors to
,, names, pictures and state- Lake Butler last Saturday. man of the short course faculty. Mrs. I. J. Priest is visiting: her To the people of Bradford f
Were Its election candaleS !.- Miami--A circuit court jury-yes- Among the L .
of primary distinguished radlt son, Emery Priest of Green Cove
Mr. J. J. Blackwelder visit- County I
/. has b .en completed by the terday awarded N. Vernon Hawthorne was engineers who will be in Gaines.< Springs. owe what success I ,. !
ing his brother, Mr. M.
A. Black-
u re. (' Vetary of state's office here. The as trustee, a verdict for welder of Little Springs section vllle are H. M. Lelghley, CamdenN. Mr. George Shaw and family of have had in life; my exper- t t/ 1 ft;
'f.'lId.par IOklets are compiled and printed $100,000 after hearing evidence in last Friday. J., Floyd Reid, Philadelphia Flint, Michigan, and Mr. A.11.' ience, understanding, and ability ; I t
mailed to all registered a case against O. A. McLeod of Brower Murphy Atlanta Easton and
ere and I Mrs. Annie Aldridge and children and R. J family of Orlando, are are always at ,\ \ MI't
service. 1 1I
nan through the offices of coW'f \- :Tampa In connection with a 1925 White Philadelphia. The latter comfortably located In the two- your
oters Mrs.
were visiting Sallie Black- '
roth'oIpF registration officials. real estate deal. The real estate welder last Sunday. will give Instruction In the installation story residence near the school pledge! to you my friendship and beat efforts both as a : R ,
i I a: transaction provided for purchaseof and of '
servicing automobile
building.Mr.
The people of this section had a citizen and as an official. ;I, ,
'' Fort Myers A life belt marked 170,000 acres of land in Libertyand nice rain last week and it was ap- radios, and the newest model re A L. Sullivan attended the f; i
,,1th the one word "Roamer" was Franklin counties. The litiga- preciated very much. ceivers direct from the engineer political speaking at Hampton last 40 years a Taxpayer of Bradford County. '
R ashore today near the tion has been pending several ing laboratories, will be placed al Thursday evening.
, ached Mrs. Grace Johnston and children 35 Bradford
years a County Farmer. ;
day wea.MftAI" entrance at the north end years. Hawthorne at one time left last Friday for Orlando the university for demonstration. Miss Sunshine Manus of Gainesville -

"Ve t Fort Myers Beach. No boat by gained a similar verdict in Tam- where they will attend church fora O. J. Howell, Birmingham, will attended preaching services The widows and orphans have always found in him a ,:.;
of "Roamer" is known pa against G. A. McLeod & Sons display a new model at the Baptist church last Sunday i
name
lie few days. portable true friend. lie was an orphan at the of 10 years
with ago ; '1 '
The belt was found by A. Inc., for failure to deliver'title to sound motion picture morning and evening.
camera.
fre Mrs. Sallie Blackwelder was/ vis- .
tOwing
Sat811t1 ;, Baker of the National Travel the property, but found that he iting her daughter Mrs. C. W. Car- Florida engineers who will assist --. and his heart ROCS out to the widows and orphan ; '

at lub of New York and now is In should have brought the suit lisle last Sunday afternoon.Mr. in the Instruction Include Joseph B. Lake Worth'/ --Building permits to the duties of the office of County Judge i \

is possession. against McLeod personally. The Willie Carlton is very low Kuehl, R. E. Ward Fred Wetn- totaling $3,8-1O Issued during April. that demand my daily attention, and sickness in pI l'':
second suit was brought to this at this writing. We hope he will berg Jacksonville.:: : L. N. Oppen- Fort Pierce -- Apte Bros. Can-
verrBut WauchulaStrawberry growersf county and charged misrepresentation soon recover. heimer. Tampa, and James Shacle- nery increasing force. family has made it impossible for me to visit every ;'1 T i '

f this section met Tuesday nightnd and deceit.Jacksonville Mr. William Carlisle has returned ford Gainesville. St. Augustine--Julius Q. and ton of the County and see you personally see-I :
fell elected Rev. L. M. Parker as home after spending several The short course for radio service Freda Leth, Mineral City, purchased ,. '
'nee' ,halrman '-f their organization afi.r An attempt to weeks in Groveland with his men Is held annually under St. Augustine Beach Hotel. My citizenship and official record as a public Q ,

AI voting unanimously to organize draw financial assistance for the daughter, Mrs.. Sadie Franklin. the direction of the General Extension Fort Lauderdale Dlds received willingly submitted for ;your inspection, and upon such ill 1 i" I i

I co-operative marketing group. Florida East Coast Railway from Miss Nettle Carlisle of Grove- Division and the College of for construction of beach highway record I hope to win your vote and support r r :
vice- financial trust established
named a gigantic -
Fairfield was Engineering of the University of
\
Irk' : D. land Is spending a few weeks with south from Hollywood Beach Hotelto \
and O. R. Bleech sec by the widow of Henry M. Florida. Respectfully a ,' i
Ill' resident her mother Mrs. Sarah Carlisle. Dade line. : f :
growers, who sign- Flagler was started in federal .----- county
Fifty-one Irish Potato Is
"lit. tary.. the meeting represented a court here today. It was a suit by digging almost Greenville --- Newberry Corp,, fiKO.. A. GAItUINKIt [ ';' !i'{
at
d up over now and the dry weather cut Marlanna-Work on Greenwood 't v
C. of Denver Jacksonville, received $7,557 con-
total of 139 acres of berries. Douglas Findlay growth of the short and there.was di
crop road to this place expected to start Paid Political Adv. I''
Colo., seeking a court Interpretation tract for 3. 856 tons lImerock for t;,
not made
Tallahassee--Candidates:: for po- of Mrs. Flagler's will, in this season.very many potatoes I soon. road No. 35: near here. l lA ff't ,Z

litical office in Florida who qualify which, Findlay charged provisionwas ------- t ------ ._ ,:.- ,j.
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fee and then withdraw -i. made for a trust fund for I Flrst"carload I --- '.. .. .. .
a' Mr the primary Naples shipmentof -- :: :: : : : : .. =-.'..:--- .':, : :'.: : .: f' :-. ::-::','__ .
from the race cannot be given I maintenance administration and watermelons made from State
a refund of their qualification feed development of the railway. Findlay by t S. J. Sligh & Co. from its farms I .
after the deadline claims trustees and executorsof here.
ansaG withdraw .
f they '
, Attorney the estate have not given finan- yM'' i'tI
for qualifications Brooksville-City Garage took
'general; Cary D. Landls today ad- cial assistance to the railroad as over agency for Pontiac automo- I
tor \'I.ed,l Secretary of State R. A. Mrs. Flagler intended, and also biles. A. J. GRIFFIS
red Gray, charges that officials of the railroad Aucilla-F. W. Reams puttingup
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have not taken proper stepsto improved turpentine plant at
TampaCalifornia citrus fruit obtain the monetary aid pro- this place. .

will be offered for sale in Florida vided. I CANDIDATE FOR
within the next week, i It( was learned LISTEN VOTERS! ,
today from a 4ocal produce Jacksonville -- "Florida truck n
lealer The first carload is expected growers are losing millions of dol-
l to reach northern Florida sometime lars every year through .faulty Let's Help the Farmer Superintendent of SchoolsTO r>,

within the next few days. Another packing of Florida vegetables," ItV ELECTING
' car will leave the Pacific says M. R. Ensign Truck Horticulturist -
coast Monday destined to this city.It at the Florida Experiment f '
; will be the first time in 15: Station, in the current Issueof Franklin 0. King! THE CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY: '

years, Florida Citrus Exchange of- Florida Farmer. Mr. Ensign,
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rials([ said, that California fruit according to the article, recently '
hAd been allowed within the bordrrs I. returned from an Inspection trip I am asking you to re-elect me County Supt. of Public Instruction of Bradford i +t

of Florida. to terminal markets for Florida r County. fp ,
i produce. "If Florida vegetable

TnllahasaeeBecause the wrong growers," says Mr.. Ensign, "could Four in making campaign for this important office I stressed .
circuit jul( ,;s approver the order witness the condition In which their Iffr'' i1; years ago, my '

19T payment by the bate compiler produce arrives at the large term- three things as being paramount-transportation, consolidation and standardization ,, ,
H. W. Coarsey. of Manatee!' inal markets, It would undoubtedlybe "
wnty! has lost, at least tempc- a great surprise to many of .
III nrlly, a claim of $4000 against them. The practice of over.pick- r1 ,, 4jf : $
I We have o
!to state for personal injuries. The Ing ana producing what is known extended and improved transportation and that at a reduction of

Ml legislature passed an act authorizing as the 'bulge' pick,"' says :Mr. Ensign -' from 25 percent to as much as 50 percent in cost. This was done by submittingthe ', i
in his article Is 'atrocious.
to
the payment Coarsey
/ 11II condition it be approved by the In 1930," he says "as a result of bids to the public and selecting the lowest and best bidder.

Judge! of the eighteenth circuit. the 'bulge' pack, 885,000 Florida r
However the claim was examined packages arrived in the New York Schools have been consolidated where advisable and desired by the freeholders in'.I ;

and approved by the Judge of the Terminal alone in a broken condi- i
27th circuit, presiding In the 18th tion and had to be repaired. This,"
circuit in the absence of the regular continues Mr. Ensign, "is the .
Judge, and today the supremecourt equivalent of about 2200 carloadsand Standardization has been stressed in Junior High Schools and the .Senior {

i declared the whole proceed- is costing Florida millions of I f yat eState High School has been strengthened and the curriculum extended or widened to
"
logs Invalid. dollars annually. give the pupils more for selection of
lllftml .A grim relic of murder scope courses.

M the high seas which led James Gainesville Shell Rock Co., received -
Teachers and bus drivers have been discriminated because of'' sf,
Horace Alderman to the gallows $4,662 contract for 3700 tons not against

18 a liquor pirate will play Its llmerock for Road No. 2 between Commissioner their support'of my opponents but have been used where their services were de ; -'

part widow now provide in helping food for his her destitute chil this Bids place asked and for.Paradise.constructing four sired and satisfactory; as is shown by the percent that have been working in this ,

dren. The relic Is the pistol Alderman culverts on state road No. 4, Jack- of AgriculturePRIMARY county for the last three terms. ", '
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used back in 1927 when he sonville-St. Augustine road. >

Apartment killed two coast guardsmen and a Wllllston Perkins State Bank ( JUNE 7)) Our citizens have never seen such times as we are seeing now and the agita '
of Justice agent during opened for Business.
a desperate battle at sea. Judge Fort Myers City swimming tors are busy during this period of unrest and financial worry trying to add fuel i

Heisted Emission L. Ritter today granted pool opened to public for season.St. lie ,Will'Stop: to the flame. BE NOT DECEIVED.Has i
for return of the pistol Petersburg Bids asked for ,
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worth about $65: to the widow In installation of gas and water mains PRINTING of USELESS!4 HOOKS I; 7A
order< that she might realize part beneath waters of Long Bayou to EMPLOYMENT OF RELATIVES; politics entered our school system, especially our High School ? If so, J '

of its value by sale to purchase connect city mains with soldiers' SHIPMENT OF GREEN FRUIT: who did it ? jOur
fad<1 supplies. Alderman was hang- home. SALE OF "BOOTLEG EGGS.!:

., WHOLESALE FEES TO FAVORED PARDONING LAWYERS OF ; trustees in Bradford County, with one exception, state that we have the .; i

CKIMINALH.: best schools we' have ever had

MIAMIFLORIDA"THE I have stood for every movement that has been for the best interest of the
lie Will Start: I. (irk
county, as you can learn from the business men here with whom I have worked. ,
YEAR-ROUND PLAYGROUND" FULL TIME IN OFFICE:

REAL ENFORCEMENT OF For teachers have Bradford and and 1
boys
your we County men women, t'' .
GREEN FRUIT LAWS: I
HOTEL LEAMINGTON"MIAMI'S ECONOMY: IV ADVERTISING; girls their qualification meeting requirements and the trustees making necessary ; ..,

!MORE COUNTY AGENTS: recommendations. e "
MOST POPULAR HOTEL" MORE PROFITABLE M' .\RKETINOj -

N. E. 1st St. & 3rd Ave. COMMON: ; SENSE IN DEPARTMENT During our administration not one school has changed teachers on account of p I

YEAR ROUND RATES ; factional strife and no teacher has taught a term of school without a valid cer ;z'z'F

$2.00$2.5053.00Single$3.00$4,00$5.00Double SAVINGS I TO TAXP\VEitH. tificate.

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All rooms No Higher with private Rates bath lie will never allow Advertising/, The schools of this county now rank with the best in the state in counties of i 1

Service hospitality, economy and Department to print at the coot of our size and valuation of property. s H
efficiency, courtesy, cleanliness nearly IIO.OOO: a book containingpicture /
honesty are the cardinal principles upon which the popularity of .* of Millionaires' home and possibleto
Your has been wisely expended thereby saving every penny
I the Hotel Leamington baa been built. then padlock them In a "Hide money .

Alfred Simmons: Proprietor J. Fred Brunner Manager away" to lie distributed after the the taxpayers. M ,

-- primary.political Advertisement paid for Working in conjunction with the board and other county officials we have ; ,

YO by friends and supporters of been able to materially reduce your taxes.
'l1 never know how good Senator King.)

a cigar can be until you On a record of achievement and success, I am asking for're-election to this '< I
KILL RATSand ,
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office.
have smoked a most important

WAS$( reliable Mice rodent that's destroyer BESTYET, cornea the old In Thanking you for your vote and support on June 7th, I am-Yours for better

powder form. No mixing with other schools and clean politics. ,>
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,.t ,fe BRADFORD OOCNTT TELEdKArn.: ( STARKE.!: FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY\ IT 19,.!
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0..,. Frances" Alderman: ; Marjorie]4lld: I-JCKE FLOUR READY Everybody is welcome. Even the

dleton, Marjorie Davis. FOR DISTRIBUTION GOVERNOR ROOSEVELT stranger in our community will

' ; Kiddy Kabaret: Master of Ceremonies SAYS find this church extending the hand
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Ralph Rhodes; Bing Crosby The carload of flour sent to of friendship and aid to him. Will

{ I'i i ,s ocictr.1J Othma Haynes Jr., Helen Morgan Starke by the Red Cross for distribution you have a share In the building ." JI

Snooks Corpenlng; Anne Pen- to needy arrived this "Mora and more, those who are. project? Come to church Sunday."

i nlngton. Louise Stern; Alice Joy, week and has been placed In a vac the victims of' dislocation and defects "Behold how good and how pleas

f ; Ruth Wyman. ant store room In the Woodbridge I of our sucliU and economic ant it .la for brothren dwell together t'1'

_n Zlegfetd Follies Junior: Ida Lulu block east of the railroad on Call: life ar* beginning to ask rmport'ully. In unity." Be one with us. (
-
but Insistently, of us who are
Mrs. Davis, Lyle Anderson, Patsy street. Distribution of this flour
GRIFFIN-BIGGS Adkins, Mrs. Edward Burns in position of public responsibility
t J. E Wilson Mrs. T. B. Massle. Keene George Flynn, Elise Green, will be in charge of the local post why "ovol'umencaD not and To the Democratic Votersof I .

:James Griffin Mrs. W. M. Walnwrlght Mrs. C. A J. A. Martinez, Gloria Buford, Ruth American Legion and will only be should not act to protect its clti-,

Mrs. Owen the engagement anJ Knight, Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. Wyman, Othma Haynes, Jr., Sara available to those who present sons from disaster. I bellnv the School Board Dis-

announces approaching marriage of R. W. Martin Mrs. F. F. Stump, Barefoot, Enos Hayes Freddy their claim signed: by two reput question that the demands ultimate an answei answer I I. that and trict No lOwing
sold
k her daughter, Mrs. H. V. Knight, Mrs. J. A. Saul, Wlmberly Richard Beal Betty Joe able citizens. It cannot be government both Stat. and National

Ethel Melba, Mrs N. D. Wainwright, Jr., Mrs. Sewell, Buddie Bishop, Snooks Cor- and must be used by the familyto t must accept the responsibility to certain conditions, I

i J tot P. R. Canova, Mrs. T. J. Alderman, pening. whom delivered. The store will of doing what It can do- have been unable to make an active -

G t \ Dr. Erie Leulle Biggs Mrs. J. E. Corpenlng, Mrs. J. C I be opened all day Saturday and soundly with considered forethought canvass of my district in the

a 't;6, on Wednesday, June fifteenth. Robinson, Mrs. L. Wyman, Mrs. E THURSDAY HALF HOLIDAYS I, a half day Tuesday.- and along definitely constructive interest of my candidacy for mem-
lines.
1 ; nineteen hundred and thirty-two W Griffin of Jacksonville, Mia not .passive. ber of School Board from DistrictNo.
to FLOUR DISTRIBUTED
at five o'clock at the Connie Butt of Marlon N. C, Mia We, the undersigned agree government ha 1, and I trust that you will
LAVTEYThe "Representative
AT
of business eacb
k I'' First Baptist Church, Madge Middleton, Miss Ethel Grlf close our places Its roots deep in the soil of nelghbocllness take this as a personal appeal for

Gf Starke Florida. fin, Miss Mabel Weller, and Miss Thursday afternoon beginning : : Its paramount aim and your vote and support In the com 1To
)# Flora Bell Jackson of Baconton, June 2nd at 12 noon, and continu flour furnished by the gov purpose Is the promotion of human ing primary of June 7th. If elect-

'.t BRIDE-ELECT HONORED Ga. Tea guests were Mrs George ing through June July and August ernment for the needy of the Law- otolfare. By banding together ed I will serve you to the best of

AT BRIDGE Flynn, Mrs. E. H. Smith, Mrs.) L. 1932; tey district will be distributed fo In communities and state*, pau- my ability and will always have
J. it R. Store the first time Saturday May 28, able to accomplish for
,,
C. H. Nasworthy, pIe are
Griffin Mrs. schools of Brad-
O. Powell, Mrs. O. J. the Interest of the the Voters
Paul E. Canova Jr., F F. Stump, 1932 at the store of A. M. Blanch- themselves and their neighbors: of Bradford -
i} A delightful affair of Thursday J. M. Alvarez Mrs. A. H. Harley, which! would be ford County at heart.
J. M. Alvarez Bank of Starke,, ard next door to the post office great undertaking
afternoon was a bridge party given Jr., Mrs. G. P. Raymond and Miss beyond Individual effort Public Respectfully, County, Greeting
Mrs. Eunice Canova, N. Stern- Mr. Carradlne has volunteered to :
Mrs. H. B. McLendon at her Beatrice Bullen.MADISON service Is really nelguborllness on a
: by Walnut street In honor berg J. W. White & Son Den haul this. flour from Starke to Law large scale. I G. Bennett.. -
home on
Co. C. fey and those wanting to get some Paid Political Adv.
of Miss Ethel Griffin who Is to be AVENUE GARDEN mark Furniture F Holllngs I am asking you to elect me your
;, f, married In June. CLUB TO MEET worth Ceo C. Kruse, J. W. Morgan of this, will have to apply to one of: "Th whole structure of our social Tax Assessor for one more term;

) I of multl-hued blossoms H. C. Wall, J. A. Saul Andrews the committees before Friday : IIf. dependj upon th. roalirallon and in doing so you have nothing
ti Myriads Store Bradford night In order that their name can : that w* are neighbors, and
of the early summeraeaaon The Madison Avenue Garden County Big the to lose as I will give you four
expressive that: w* must bot Interested In
decked the lower floor of Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Grocery S. R. Johns Suwannee be on the list presented to the welfare of othcis'1 FLORIDATHEATRE years as good service as any] one

this. spacious home. Mrs. Mc L. A. Davis Thursday afternoon at Stores, Bradford Hardware Starke 'chairman of ',the- County Welfare < can give in that office.

i Lendon greeted her guests in an 3:30: o'clock Hardware Co., Bradford County I\ Board for Bradford, county in "In tho many groups of human I I have spent the better part of

N v l afternoon party gown of biege IWOODMEN farmers Supply Co., Hart Furniture Starke Saturday morning. There beings. known as nations the atru my life in the service of the people .
Di will be no flour brought to Lawtey tore of has been so In-
chiffon and lace. Miss Griffin waa CIRCLE : Co.8TAHKK. government GAINESVILLE, FLA. and always that service has
what has been for. plastic that reconstruction has beenhosafble
except applied
been efficient and faithful
smart In a white sports with an
+ extremely evolution We ire -
;;;P-i--ck''ne;; : tallies In keeping Starke Grove No.- 278, Woodmen -- MEN BUY OLD The committees are as as follows ftftunate: only that by our Fathers provided PROGRAM WEEK MAY 20th earnest desire at all times, to work
N Circle met Tuesday night In : Mrs. A. H. Harley, president for the best interest of the
with the occasion were of bridal JOHNSON DRUG STORE systems both State and Fed- peopleof
the Woodmen hall with Guardian' P.T.. A. with Mrs. G. W. Brown Bradford As
design. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter eral, which permit peaceful chnngory TODAY County. your Tax
Mae Green, presiding officer. and Mrs. W. F. Moore; Mrs. Ar- Intelligent and: representative Assessor for number of
coring high Mrs. II. C. Ritch sec Gainesville May 24.-Announcement EDW. G. ROBINSONIn a years I
1 : ond and Mrs. R. J. Davis low were Several candidate were ballotted was made last night that J.J. wood, president W. M. S. with Mrs. lendnmhlp to meet changing condl- assessed your property correctly

each recipient of appropriate on. Plans were also made for InItiation F. Canova and F. A. Canova of T. J. Terry and Mrs. George Anderson (lone of human. society.. "TWO SECONDS" fairly and equitably, according to

prizes. The honoree was given t a to be held at our next Starke, had purchased and will operate ; Miss Enza Blanchard "It Is the simple duty of any! the values given by the owners of

of lingerie. meeting. It was announced that the Johnson president Ladles Aid Society with In SATURDAY the property.I .
: S s dainty piece Drug Company American to serve public positions -
lF Miss Eunice Whitehead and Mrs.
At the close of the afternoon tin+ the Woodmen Circle will sponsor located at 330 West Unliverslty If called upon On. who be MARIAN MARSH extended every courtesy, advice -
W. E. Torode W. C. Wooten and
I a dance Thursday evening ; :.iavoo In now standards of government
hostess assisted by her mother, square avenue. In Information and accommodation -
P ,, ft :Mrs. BS. S. Matthews served a In the Armory. All members were The Canova brothers, long resi James Rosier,' rural communities.Enza for meeting new problems In "BEAUTY & TIlE BOSS" to every man woman or child
M. Blanchard 'ho translation of forward looking
,
the bush
to attend. After
!' tempting chicken salad course asked dents of Sturke, have operated a Chairman Lawtey District. :ficuKht: Into practical action, must SPECIAL that ever came to that office seek

,1 ; Favors on the plates were bouquets) ness meeting a social hour was drug store lu that city for the past welcome a chance to do his' share Century of Progress ing such.I .

: \, of double nasturtium, while on thu enjoyed. four years known as Canova Pharmacy HART SPEAKS toward that end Show Saturday 11 P. M. ( discovered and helped the

." .: bride-elect's plate. was a mlnature -S They will continue to operate HERE SATURDAYTom "SECRET SERVICE" people to correct many erroneous

bridegroom. W. \. S. MET MONDAYThe the Starke establishment.The METHODIST Starring deeds, and to clean up old tax certificates

'''l. Those present were: Mrs. D. P. -' new owners of the local Hart.\of'Jacksonville- 'can Sunday school, 10 a. m. RICHARD DIX and tax deeds which they

l Carpenter. Mrs. T. T. Long:, Mrs.. W. M. S. of the Baptist store said that they would supply didate for governor haa announcedhe Horning sermon 11 a. m. did not know existed thereby making .

i' IL C. Bitch, Mrs. C. A. Knight,, church met Monday afternoon at quality goods at lowest prices and will be in Stark Saturday, May Young People's Division 7 p. m. MONDAY& TUESDAY better titles to their lands and

aJ :lira. D. A Montteth Mrs. the church with Mrs. A M. Darby, I render courteous, efficient service. 28th, and will address the votersat Evening sermon 8:00. RAMON NOV ARRO perfecting a correct and reliable assessment .

't + R. J. Davis, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, presiding. -4---- -I the courthouse at 1:30.: All "I waa glad when they said unto In of the lands of the county

sf; :lira. J. E. Corpenlng, Mrs. A. Z. The usual business of the month voters are askW.to hear him. me: Let us go into the house of "HUDDLE"WEDNESDAY ), and have rendered other valuable

n Adklns. Miss Madge Mlddleton,, was attended to after which a FORSYTII CLAIMS VILLENCECLASiI the Lord." services In straightening out

R, '., Visa Flora Bell Jackson of Bac- most interesting program con- IN THIRD ROUND LAYMAN'S" DAY "The church Is the upbuUder of land titles that otherwise would

a,. onton. Oa.. and Miss Ethel Griffin cernlng mission work in China and a happy community, a place where JACKIE COOPER, CHIC have cost the people money. Intact

ikl. : Tea gyest. Mrs. O. J. Griffin. Japan was carried out., Circle No. Sturkn Battler Awarded Technical I Will be observed June 12th witha young and old, rich and poor, SALESIn I rendered every service that

h.P, two had charge and those taking Knockout Over Canadian suitable program. The programwill alike can gather in the most ideal could be given in the Tax Asses

Ie Medames G. W, Alderman Fighter In Muln Bout sor's office and had the distinction
y, MISS GRIFFIN HONORED part were:; I include talks by selected environment and learn of the good "WHEN A FELLOW NEEDSA

l' ,4 WITH HANDKERCHIEF R. A. Newsom, E. W. : speakers and special music.Layman's objects In life that make It so much FRIEND" of being called the best Tax Asses'
Mrs L. G. Powell and Mrs. Gainesville/ May 24-Vasco For- sor In the state. '
SHOWER Hayes, day ball become accepted happier. Such a church is ours.
Chas. Overstreet. syth of Starke displayed unusual' throughout the entire coun- As one of your legislators In the

precision and speed here last night try aa an annual opportunityfor 1931 session I supported and voted

Miss Ethel Griffin was honor JUNIOR WOODMEN CIRCLE to register a third round victory emphasizing the place of the for many good bills, some of which
at abridge
.s.1'' guest Tuesday afternoon over French Villence clever and laymen In the church and for stimulating became laws, others did not.

-: party and hsndkerchlef There will be a meeting at the highly rated Canadian boxer, In the and utilizing the latent Through the bills that became laws
shower given by Mrs. D. A. Mon- 27 at 4 o'clock. scheduled 10 round feature of the
( hall Friday May spllrtual resources among ,the we secured an eight months' stand-
"+ tieth at her home. Let's plan a picnic. All members City Club's weekly boxing pro- laity says Bra.:;'G. L. Monetock in ard school for our county with an

:t Wall vases, bowls' and floor of lovely baskets urged to be present. 'ram. charge of out laymen's work. The TIP TOPCR0CERY appropriation, state funds, of practically

t I filled with a variety Mrs. J. L. Silcox, Supervisor. 'I' Forsyth, rated as the underdog hour will b. t announced next week. $OOOO.OO annually for the

garden flower In pleasing arrange -- lashed out with his powerful left The "Ideal Layman" will be the support of same, while we were

ment effectively decorated the COUNTY 4-H CLUB PICNIC In the second round to send Vlll- topic. Shall we make laymen'sday receiving prior to that time only

tl .,t' porch and the living room, where HAMPTON BEACH SATURDAY ence to the floor on two occasions. a. success T It can be done. about $$26,000 annually from the

: :: [ ;1,,, eight tables for contract"*bridge -' The Canadian fighter bit the canvas Then, let it be/a/ great day in the state.

I were placed. The second annual 4-H Club picnic four times in the third round
of our local church and the
history By the reallocation of gas
the
;. Receiving the guests were will be held at Hampton Beach, before Referee John Minardi raised Sotithern Methodism.
throughout riOOOO.OO annually
tax we secured about $
hostess and honoree. Mrs. Mon- The Pines, Saturday May 28th,, forsyth's hand and awarded him road
for the of our
tieth wore a sleeveless frock of which will be a Joint meeting of I the bout on a technical knockout. payment
-- bonds In lieu of $$19,000.00 we war
figured chiffon. Miss Grifftn'edress the club boys and .girls of Bradford Villence displayed cleverness,
was a dainty model of pink the first I getting before.
and In
county.A speed, ability WHAT EDITORS We also passed laws which reduced -
eyelet embroidery. The bridal splendid program has been round and held a very slight edge state taxes from 11 to
our
motif was carried out In the design include ARE SAYING
... worked out to games over Forsyth at Its close. How- .4 7-8 mills. With these appropriations -
of the tallies wrapping of the songs, special program by club erev, Forsyth, who appeared to ben and reduction together with
s ;+ prizes and In the Ice course served members, talks by visiting state the best condition In several
"No peen In ,the lent thirtytwuyoars I the economies and good manage-
: at the close of the afternoon. Mrs. leaders, and swimming. Special months, waited his chance and not even Including Wilson, ment of your local boards and

k Lamlra Murden presided at the rates have been secured for swimming landed a vicious left early In the hs captured .d completely thtf Imagination Location Between Bank and Postoffice county offices our taxes for 1931

punch bowl. and a real good time Is in second. After that blow Villence of the Domocratlo partyM ; county officers our taxes for 1931
Four progressions of contract store for all the club folks. wilted and was nearly out on his has KooMVolt."-Havre Hill,
into our
s'' bridge were enjoyed and scores to ( Mont .1ournlJP..m.). True Love Best Best 'VirileFLOUR there will be $9,000.00 paid
V,; All club members of the countyare feet when Mlnardt stopped the county about July 5th next, from
taled. Prizes were awarded Mrs expected to attend, their parents bout. Forsyth weighed 150 and will
which
"Roosevelt bos illustrated his the race track fund
{hi J. W. Andrews for holding high, and other friends of the 4-Il Villence 154. thought on the bent method for BACON equally be divided between the
Mrs. O. L. Beasley for making sec Club work. The will begin
program promoting economic recovery commissioners and! the
county
ond and to Mrs. J. E. Corpenlng at 9:30 m. and last until 4p. of real merit and
a. haa
: II* a program of
24 55c school board for the payment
for scoring low. Miss Griffin received VOTE FOR pounds Pound6c
{ m. Lunch will be spread at noon. succeeded In impressing his audience Indebtedness only contracted
as a memento of the affair In afternoon a roll call by clubs Wittenberg. Wise. Enter.prise.Frog outstanding

a Flour'ette handkerchief cheat will determine just how many from 'W. E. Thornton ( .. Rep. should have prior a to further June let reduction 1931, we of
: Ida Pure
the Jersey
Following bridge game each club Is present and some distinction assessment
"Governor Roosevelt was right five mills off our next
Lulu and Marjorie Davis appeared will be given the club' hav- Candidate for when h. said that the turlit SUGAR as the school board will be able to
and to the honoree number
a BUTTERPound
gave the attendance.
Ing largest policy of the present administration leave off two mills and the county
i of balloons. She told to burst
was must be fevemed. Until that Is which
them and upon doing this she CONSTABLEDISTRICT .Bono unless moat of the economists 22c 5 commissioners three mills
VOMAN'S CLUB pounds20c
------- outstanding -
I ;. found concealed In each a dainty PLAY :are mistaken, there can be no Cheese they are now levying for
lb.
i handkerchief. FRSENTS I mind economic recovery _______ 15c Indebtedness. There were other
NO. aIn Mo.. lolL .- laws and relief measures
3t touts Pout-Dispatch. ( good
Those at this
: ,e present delightful The Woman's Club of Starke Dem.) 'Whole Grain Blue which I will omit for lack
party were: Mrs. Lamlra Murden,, presented a 3-act musical comedy soliciting your vote and support e'* e passed

,I Mrs. J., J. Canova, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter at the club house in the June primary, for Con "The RoseRICE LARD3pound20c of space.
a 'Oh, Doctor" forgotten man In eloquenty citizen I have always -
Mrs. T. T. Mrs. II. stable I ask voter in Con As a private
Long Friday evening. This. enjoyable every ( referred to by Roosevelt Is the law-
C. Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr. stable District No. 2 to considermy tried to be a peaceable
Bitch ,,, waa directed by Miss MaiJatthews Individual whop must bo rem m- encouragedand
play '
i' Mrs. L. D. Vining, Mrs. R. J. Da Produc- fltnejis as their officer for the !bared before prqsperlty' may be abiding citizen..aided,
via Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. A. Z. of the Triangle. next two tyiars. Born and raised realized by the nation Hoone- supported ,moves for re-
tag Co., Greensboro, N, C.orJe: to. Bradford I have cell I Ie rendering service.. to the 5 pounds ISc ligious,41 educational-xnd.civic is**
county. spent
accompanist. for the entire show country by M*, straight-forward Brooms, each ____ 19c proventeni.. .,
entire life in the and
i was Mrs. Clifton Brown. of Law- my county atteraneM."' '_r'Tvwcalooia, Ala: Have befriended' the poor, re
his. Is the first time I have asked Kens (Ind. Dem.)
tey. Delmonte Delmonte and In every
lieved the distressed
.
: Mortimer the citizen. for an office. I have S e
Cast of Characters served on the police force of Starke "nllIlevelt la all for bringing I walk of life have rendered to rr-
Iddena, LenthaU Wyman; Mrs. COFFEE 110I'-
of
for practically seven years and any* about utablllutlnn that makes foreafaty Asparagus fellowman. a full measure
Pearce Patricia
Mdens, Annie Mae ; -
t in vice.
and
I citizen ask the Mayor or government; third
may any
.i t jt Mary Canova: Kitty, Lucy will b. few to orlllclv his conclusion : On this record I am asking my
? of the officials to
as record
city
tth Ann Dew: Dr. Jim, D. A. Montteth; as an officer. I want my the job : which Is the conclusion of .Pound'29c Can - .17c people to give m. one more term
I Jerrlll. William Dobrow; Fenton the thoughtful people all ovei the c crowning
as Tax Assessor aa a
Billy Graham Penelope, Mrs: Wm. to work In connection with my limd."-Bakesfleld, Calif,. Californian faithful
; K.W. present duties; such will help me (Dem.). Prunes, lb--:=._J.___ 5c tribute to a long period of
Hewlett Dr. Fish .of
: Dobrow; Johnson as well.aa enable me to give the \ t 1I j Tuna can ___ 15c services Tendered the people

Martin; Nessa, Bunnie Canova; citizens: the full benefit of an extra "Roo* velt has the.. 118M Fig Bars, lb. ______ Se Peanut Butter, lb. We Bradford .county. afterwhich' t
John Kelsey, Charles Pender; Detective officer.In true leadership In that hi ", f.._. ., -1 would expect to fade out of the political

Charles Pender; guests tu a marked degree the, ordinary gratitude
Sardines 3 cans __ We Small milk, 2 for __ Sc picture with profound
this record of ,
Thelma Silcox, James Lewis, T, A. campaign, my virtues which appeal' to the com- : and appreciation for the people
Leifeld. Harriet Rltch. service as an officer and aa a citizen mon man He baa poise and dl-: all my
Potted Meat 3 cans lOc Tall Milk __ ____ 5c with whom I have lived
and !
Chorus: Billy Graham, Glen will be my basis. for soliciting pity there t. nothing cheap nor to
noddy In- his wbole make-up life, and with whom Z expect
he vote and of the
support people
Juke, Billy Parker, Eldredge Robinson and Macaroni Oct.PowderJOfor25cCoconut remain to the end of life.
CARL JOHNS Roosevelt gives promise the 4 pkgs. 15c
,
ot the district. I believe the voters ,
Leila Dea Andrews Mary only promise In this campaign of Very respectfully.N. .

1 Pearce, Miriam Jacobs, Marjorie are amply competent to make a making oar government again Se Oct. 10 for 25c D. WAINWRIGHT
pkg. ____ Soap __
CANDIDATE FOR suitable selection and I am satisfied ,
:!: Stump, Lena Belle Shepard Elizabeth what AbraktUStl Lincoln said 'It Paid Political Adv.
Holllngsworth Vera Claire to leave the matter In their should be, 'a .- v."ment or the -- -
Robinson, Lois Long. Lillian Stern- anda. people, by the people and for thepenple' /Matches, pkg. ___._ Sc Sweet. Soap. 3 for lOc Panama City New filling station
Tax CollectorI AndolnsU Ala Star,
: -
berg Ford. I ask the citizens to bear In mind ? being erected at corner Harrison
Dorothy Sapp. Myrtice '
Tomatoes In
2
(D,ra.). ; "QlfCjj Q cans 15c Onions lb. 5c A
by
Mildred that duties will and Fifth street
Hundley. MartUe Ilaming.way my not permit me -.5- avenue

Melba Silcox, Cleo Shepard. to see each voter personally before Gainesville New Methodist R. Roberta for Mrs. Linda CUaad-
Hams =
A BRADFORD COUNTY BOY G. Fruit Juice 5c Ib. ___._.. lOc
t Education!: andBuslnmis Experience Nervo Chorus: Mary Pearce, the primary, but I want to assure parsonage to erected here soon ee.

Qualifier Me to Fulfill Duties In Margaret Pearce, Clarice Gill Es-' each and every one In Precinct 2. to coat about $8.000. Charmer can ISc Zephryhllls Old Hennington

Office of Tax: Collector tha Chapin Eunice Williams, Lillian 3, 4, J5 and 6 that their vote and Sebrlng Harry Erodes local Grits or Meal ---- ( building, corner_ West Seventh

Stump. Edna Pearce. Mary support will be appreciated and I merchant, leased store building street and Fourth Avenue, being

YOUR JUNE SUPPORT 7TH AND VOTE ON Harriet Bishop Pansy Cone. will always be grateful for any next to A. and P. Tea Co., andplans Coffee, Z lbs ,_ -__ tae \ remodeled preparatory to use *.
WILL BE
; APPRECIATED Your Time's. Coming: Betty favor shown. moving business to store. 10 Hounds d 16c church for Missionary Baptist:

Hayes[ Nina Bishop, Sara Sewell. W. E. THORNTON. Smoked Bacon lb We Trilby;- Depot Cafe purchasedby

Paid Political Adv. Carolyn Keene Barbara Keene, 1 Paid Political Adv. Work Shirt. 23o Stump's Sale., Mra Ruth Smith.










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r DEMOCRATIC WOMAN ;; S.;..N..; N ; .Broadcloth and prints jd wide, NOTICE TEACHERS I f :
i LEADER FOR ROOSEVELT I lOo Stnmp'n Sale.Jacksonville EXAMINATION ,.J l
eSZCTI FRONT PAGE Box .
I I I ICI ICII SALE FACTS IptPOPPY .,_ _._ u_ __ I Applicants for teachers certificates
of a ak Cornerstone of will report at the Bradford y

I I : new parcel post building laid. County High School at Starke, on
$ What is th t., -_ S I June 2nd 1932 at 8 o'clock. It j \

I py? Miami BeachJ.. L. Berry & will be necessary ,to have pen Ink '("
: local Jt.ye The Son. Inc., received $1,005 contract)I and legal cap paper 'arF J;;'

I replica of for roofing Flamingo Park band-1 I A, J.. GR1FFIS, ,i:
.
'" grew on the shell. I 5-20-21 Superintendent.
I Concerning Our People Business and : .. .. "
France and --- --.---- -.-.--,- .u. .. --
Progrmft of the County and Town. vyra the. World b1 L __. --.._- t

i Why was

__ _. __ I I as a \) ,

: )(r. .W.,-. M. Wainwright was in UMZ5Z5Z5Z525Z5ZS2525ZS25Z5Z5Z5252 Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Klncaid of' I t the The memorial poppy CARL A. KNIGHT j,

Jacksonville Monday. Cattletsburg, Ky., were guests w .! I World War 111 ;
I Sunday and Monday of Mr. and grew where
Miss Connie Butt of Marion, N Mrs. O. L. Beasley, while enrouteto touch of
C., in the guest of Mrs. J. E. Cor- Tampa for a week's visit with late battle ReelectionTax 1
,I I I pentog.Mrs. Mrs. Kincaid's parents, Mr. and Who Candidate for .
Mrs. A. C. Durden.
I J. W. Andrews, Jr., and poppy? !!
, A B. Harley, Jr., spent Monday In Kotex 25o Stump's !Sale! The "
Jacksonville. made/ by CARY! A. HAKDE.E; Collector

. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Dowling and working In Candidate for Governor ,\"
Mr J. W. Andrews, Jr., was a daughter, Nettle spent Friday and w -... '"", '" workrooms speak at the Court House In \ I
: business visitor in Jacksonville Saturday In Jacksonville with Mrs. I'htllo, bll V (II r tion of the on Wednesday, June let, at TO TilE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS: OF lUtADFORD ,}: '
Monday. Dowling's sister, Mrs. James God- Mr. AMnlfrecl K, N bold. dc. t of the! iiul'iirii "'urn..,,'* r.Jtluuat Who sells in his discussion of matters COUNTY: ,,, }
Mine Sarah Hope Haynes la Democratic! Or.aiiUu..uii; in poppy rWomen the public interest '
spending this week In St. Augustine Mrs. O. W. Alderman and Miss Now lurk. of Four years ago you elected me as your Collector of r

with Mr. and Mrs C. H. Grant. Eunice Perkins left Tuesday for AGRICULTURAL. YEAR '-BOOKS Legion ribbons and carbon Taxes, and I have been grateful for the confidence thus :, I\ .'
Augusta, Ga., where they will visit for sale at the Telegraph of
orating
Mrs. EL W. Griffin W\ Jackson Mrs. S. P. Vandlvlere. AVAILABLE Ing as unpaid "shown. I have been ever alert to serve you to the best ,

vibe, Is a guest at the home of her ad- Is' of my ability, and it has been a pleasure to serve you. l
O. J. Griffin. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Yelvington of Congressman R. A. Green What -Hard surfacing of H
aunt, Mrs. and Demo- :
It has long been established precedent ,
an
with Mrs. vises that he has a supply of 1932 money paid of I
Hastings, spent Sunday on Thomasvllle-Calro link .
Mrs. C. U. Crews of Ralford, was Yelvlngton's parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Agriculture Year Books, Just off Every Highway No. 38, nearing cratic principle to give a faithful and efficient servanta {\
the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. H. George Gardiner. the press, and he will gladly senda support the second term, so I am now appealing to each of you "'i ; I
Thursday. copy to anyone requesting It. American -- Site for new Fed. .:
Andrews buy for the for your support and vote for a second term as your 'i
Stump's big sale goes on-blg- at corneer Cleveland
athliifr Suits at Stump's Sale. gent values ever offered to the pub Births \ disabled and East avenue purchased Collector of Taxes :: )"
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Johns, Hampton ilies and the '
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lic.
and daughter May 24th. dead. This is the season of the year for the collection of '
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Dowling and Bradenlon and Sar-
daughter Nettle, spent Sunday In Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rafuse, Starke, How can taxes and my duties in the office largely occupy my
2511.Mr. ::; .
,
daughter May
Jasper. Misses Sarah Hope and Georgia and Mrs. Oscar Rye, Starke, sure that he Repair work to start time. In order that I may be faithful to the trust bestowed +i +
Kathryn Haynes and Sonny Haynes eran-made on brldfren on roads between duties J
Wall and A. motored to St. son, May 25th. Park school to upon me I must not neglect my official
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Augustine Sundayand And Auxiliary --- Flying '
E Wall motored to Jacksonville spent the day. By the hero known as Central and this may prevent me from personally seeing and a

Sunday. CANDIDATES FILE poppy seller Flying Service. talking to each of you, thus depriving me of one of

Misses Olive and Amelia Ray re STATEMENTSAll ion and J. G. Stelzer pur- the pleasures of office-of seeing and) talking personally -* !
Mrs. N. D. Wainwright and Mrs. turned Tuesday from Green Cove poppy. Ashbrook Bros. i
,
county candidates are reminded plumbing r ''
J. L. Frazee spent Monday In Jack. Springs, where they visited Rev. L. to file the second statementof What with each of my friends. But I am not unmindfulof

sonville. G. Ray and Mrs. Gordon Blitch. campaign expenses during the poppy mean? Many houses un you and your needs, and I am here to serve you and. ,. ;e {

period between May 26th and May Honoring at Fernandina even though I may not get time to see you in person' I I
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee left Tues- Men's Socks Be pr. Stump's Sale. 30th. Failure to file this statement the .
serving
to to support and vote for '
day for Atlanta where she will vis- will eliminate any candidate J. B. Dees, manager of ,appeal: you give me your 1, a ?
It her sister, Mrs. C. C. Cross Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova and from the race, and his name will ........... Certified Filling Station, the second term in this office. .
daughter, Mary Ann of Bushnell, not appear on the primary election two-way sign at corner
J. J. Canova and Miss Mary were guests Saturday at the home ballot to be used June 7th. ." of courthouse, pointing out Yours very truly,
Mrs. of his mother, Mrs. E. E. Canova. Men's Overall)* to other cities.
Canova were visitors in Gainesville
GRADUATION EXERCISES CARL A. KNKillT
Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow returned ARE HELD FOR NURSES Plant City'' .... I
ribbons and carbon '
Pulllful Adv, }
geld '
Radio Co., )
from Plant City, I C -
Tuesday
for sale at the Telegraph of. 1 Ii
Mrs. J. L. Wilkes and Mrs. Mc- where they visited their soninlawand Annual commencement exerciseswere street, being ;,
Mahan of Jacksonville, were the daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles held May 20th in the eveningIn Dade City i{ ,I,.. ,
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guests of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Thursday pints r:"" r
Ward. the Flagler Memorial ChurchFor c'
Flagler Hospital School of this place -- I: ''I ftJ
Mrs. B. S. Carrol of Daytona Nursing at St. Augustine. Five in Plant City, -- -- ? '' '; l l lsh
Gingham 5c per yd. Stump's Sale Beach, spent several days In Starke young women who received diplomas closing. ,\I[ ,'''L,'" '} ,
this wet.. She was accompanied from the hands of D. R. Plant City Re-elect I r'H i:
t
Miss, Hazel Adklns of the F. S. : home by her mother, Mrs. F. H. Dunham, president of the board Post No. 26, ,
C. W. arrived today and will spend ; Long, who will be her guest. if trustees, were: Miss Mary Lee sidering buying \ :I i 1t
several days with her parents Wynn, Miss Agatha Claudia Harper '(
Judge and Mra. A. Z. Adkins. Bath towels Oe Stump's Sale. Miss Lorraine Amos, Miss Dress Shirts James To Moore \ <

Ruby Edith Duttenhaver and Miss 1 Florida't.
Mr and Mrs. W., :J. Eppersonhad Miss Vesta Prewitt returned to Dorothy Virginia Buckles. Vote i[ ,
as their guests Sunday Miss her home In Fernandina Tuesday The address to the graduates
Ruth McGowry of Los Angeles, after spending several days here vas given by Dr. L. E. Brubaker, ;
Cal, and Mr Ray Gallop of SantaFe. with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and lunlor minister of Memorial Presbyterian Member School Board District 1
Mrs. O. L. Beasley. Church, who gave an eloquent LOUIS ,

Mr. and Mrs. E. Y. Roberts, Mr. Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and daughter Instrumental charge to the musical young numbers women. CANDID Daring the past 3 1-2 years I have served as member of the school board, Dis-; t '
'
Alvin Roberts and son of Brunswick Madge, spent last week In De- were given by Lorenzo Pratt Ov- ct 1, comprising Lawtey and North Starke, and to enable the voters of my district \

Ga, were the guests Sunday Land with CoL and Mrs. J. E. att and Mrs. Grace King Hood see what measures of economy have been instituted during this period, without j
of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy Futch. Mr. Brownlee went over for rave a soprano solo. Miss Ruby Tax ,
\ school work I giving below comparative figures for the
Sunday and was accompanied home Cary, superintendent of nurses, I or hampering am
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott of by Mrs. Brownlee. -resented> the hispttal pins. I 1929 and 1032! the first year I served as a member with the present school ;, ,

Orange City, are spending this Miss Wynn Is'the daughter of: To the Voters of ; and this year: 'd '
week with his parents.Mr. and Hamming Bird Hose, all new Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Wynn of Hampton In entering
Mrs., F. A. Scott. summer shrines 79c, Stump's Sale.J. and a graduate of the Brad. fice of Tax .
ford County High School/ Those ty, I wish to say 1932
Mrs E. M. Johns returned Tues P. Coffin and son, David of attending from here were Mr. and i speaker or 1929
day from Ormond wbere she visited Johnstown,, were business visitors Mrs. L. H. Wynn and daughter, plain business. enrolled 1659 Pupils enrolled! 189:1: :, t

Mrs S. C. Carnell for several days. to Starke Monday. Flame: Mr. and Mrs.' F. A. Scott, You know the teachers$37,815.00.. Paid teachers .$38,856.00: ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley and Mr for( I have al'
Mrs J. M. Brownlee, Miss Martha NEAR-RIOT AT JOHNSTOWN and Mrs. T. E. Duncan of Gaines- ,eu. I have 6 schools operated 8 months ALL SCHOOLS OPERATED. ; FOR 'r t' Irk
Brownlee and Miss Ruby Kil- WHEN PEOPLE ARE GIVEN ville. ? izen and have 1 school operated 7 months TERMTransportation r..
FULL 8 MONTHS !
NOTICE TO LEAVE SECTION \ 1
For the "
patrick spent Tuesday afternoonIn Palmetto J. H. Taft building, 8 schools operated 6 months J
Gainesville. I believe In a '
and Oak street, : :
What might have resulted seri- Lemon Avenue Transportation : .

Mr. and Mrs. George Livingston, I I ously occurred was last a shooting Saturday affair night which near repaired.Leesburg Ground broken for }d For the many County School bus units ___ __ __ 12 No. school bus units _.._ -. 18 ('1"

Mr. David Blocker and Mrs. Turn-I Johnstown when Gus, Levy, Jeff construction of filling station on tive Committee. private bus units __ _?_ 5 No. Private bus units 4 F

bull of Tampa, were guests of Mr. and Gld Gren are said to have goneto East Main street. Having served \ to county ____ __ _. .$ 8963.62 Cost to county -- ----- --$ 9261.92 ;
and
Mrs. J. Mitchell Tuesday -
M.
the home of a Mr. Bartlam and Eustls Lake county Buick Co., if County month 613
No. transported
while enroute to Jacksonville. told his stepson, Jerome Byrd, they moved sales and showroom and ser- ral terms, my pupils transported per month 506 pupils" per
would give them until Sunday noon vice department to new location at man, I gained Busses operated 6 to 8 months Ilusses operated full 8 months
Only for a short time. Hoover to leave the community. Jerome Is 343 North Bay street. which made

_(-4 tree for. Special Photo, the "Eclipse"bargain reported to have told them they of this office. value of school equipment and buildings within county, 1929. ., ._151520.00 M( .
$1.50. The -
greatest were leaving Monday, and the Lndle. and children's wash Having been {
of the year. Do not miss It. Greens are said to have replied dresses 69o Stump' Sale. justness for value of school equipment and buildings within county, 1932 -__ __$165,127.57'

Hoover Bros. Studio, Starke, Fla. that they bad better be gone by position to ;: liability, property damage and casualty Insurance carried In 1929 None
Sunday noon, whereupon one of ralues..
the men struck at him across a If elected to liability, property damage and casualty Insurance carried In 1932._130000.00

fence, according to the story. Jerome A to: give you a addition '.Bradford High School building including new heating N
called to his father, and Mr. [GENT WORD
Bartlam la said to have appearedon idmlnlHtratlQH Your vote. an. plant for entire building, :wiring, etc. __ _ ,__ .- ___ .$ 6,162.57 '

the scene with a rifle. Several COLUMN rth of June will amount paid to the three members of the school board during the 4" ,i ,

changed shots are between said to the have belligerents been ex, FOR RENT-Four room house year 1931, $177.95," or an average yearly salary, each _?.. _, _.,$ 159.00I .i ,

but no one was bit with four lots for gardening. $8 Paid f' Political r Ih,' l

The tour Green boys were arrested -' per month. Mott Realty Co., care r
charged with Intent to commit Telegraph. 5-20tf. ask each voter who is interested In our county schools, who desires the most [

murder and lodged In the county administration of school affairs with a minimum of expense to compare the r4 .j

jail In Lake Butler. Jeff, Levy FOR RENT Furnished apart. Vote shown above for 1929 and 1932. It shows we provided for 1893 or 234 more y '
and Gid Gren have ben released ment on first floor; also a 6- '
under $700 bonds. Gus Green is room house. Mrs. Hamrick 8. a full 8 months during 1932 and the added"co.t to taxpayers was only $1,041

till In JaiL Their case will come Walnut street. '. t!! than paid for 1659 pupils for six to eight months terms in 1029. "f f
in the next session of circuit "In"\; ., fe I John T.
up court which convenes on the second FOR SALE-Four. pigs at $Leach J The board operated 17 bus units in 1929, from 6 to 8 months, transporting 506' a ;y

y, Tuesday in June.-Lake Butler sow and three pigs $10, at a cost of 896362. In 1932 22 bus units were used for a full 8 months, Jf

Y Times. ,sweet cow and potato calf $25 draws some at hens reason-and 613 pupils, at an increase in cost to taxpayers of just $328.30.I 3 { 4

Boy Overalls Ego Stump's Sale. able price. Mike Marcua, Starke It., ask the voters to consider and digest the foregoing facts and figures' and if 1, t6
Fla.
can conscientiously vote for me on June 7th, it will be appreciated. If nominated

WANTED-To buy a few piecesof Co elected my pledge to every school patron and taxpayer within the county is a f'1' '
DIEso
RATS old furniture (antiques),
very
business-like administration of their affairs with a sympathetic under-
dressers and other
tables, chairs
E. K. Perryman do Mice, once they eat BEST- pieces. It doesn't matter whether of school problems and conditions we now face in Bradford county. &j
YET. And they leave no odor be- It Is In good repaj .or not At '1q
For County Judge hind. Don't take our word for It, Prices must be reasonable If not Respectfully submitted
44 try a package. CATS and DOGSwon.t Address ktj h---
years of ag.. Served In World I am not Interested.
all J. T. MOORE
touch It. Rats pass up
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11'er from U' U/onl County. C. E. Parker 13 E. Adamaa St,
Co"nmlwUnned. Tnd Lt. and then cod to get Best-Yet Two sUes. Jacksonville, Fla :5-27-tf.j He { '
lilt -- -
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Lt. Graduate of Emory Unljmlty 60 cent size, 3 oz. Is enough for
and Un' -rslty of FlorW Kitchen and Cellar. WANTED SO children 4 to 18 condition of the schools of Bradford today is the best evidence of his fitness for a
Law School Have practiced Pantry years of age to take part In Animal y
law ulnre 1920. 75 cent size, 6 oz. for Chicken Cracker Circus Report to 'Boost the place. Paid Polities( Adv {, 4
/ Need ts Office House, Coops and email buildings Woman's Club building. Monday, '

Y01"R SuPporT AND VOTE Sold and guaranteed by your Local May 30, at 10 a. m. Auspices I I \
pod\hlLL BE APPltECLjTED of Woman's Club.
Dealer.
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i I' 7, sewing, home poultry raising[ only alternative of rural peoples Blacklock./ Political Announcements and and support courteous will manner.be appreciate Your 501.

h me improvement, leadership, and to cope with and offset urban domination Tues., May 31 --The Control ot: LOUId., H. HILLI
STATK BRVATOHIn
: FARM NEWS SECTION f community recreation states! Miss and retain for the Indl- Budworma in Corn- -J. R. Watson response FOR to the suirffestlon of hereby announce

f Flavia Gleason. state home demon- dividual, the maximum of liberty Farm Question Box. many friends, and bellovlns; that 1 1i Ian dlclate for the Office of tnyselt Aaseiii. a '''"
be of valuable service to the 1
1' of
Produce "" Bradford UM.M
,;tratlon agent. At the end of the compatible with present day conditions Wed., June Peanuts people of this senatorial di.trlct1 to the wishes of the County voters .:

short course the state's healthiest Is cooper ativce action. Good Pork-Dr. A. L.. Shealy. composed of Union and Bradford pressed In the coming D. ....

d Conducted By girl and the winner of the state President Frank's full address appears Primer for Town Farmers. ountles.. a candidate I hereby for announce state senator rovsellan primary.the favors It Information elected I guaranteei accommV: ; \'

clothing contest will be announced. : in the January-February issue Thurs.. June 2-Finn Meal as a subject to the will of the Democrat! datlons and courtesies that, ? :i:

I. T. DYER County Agent/ The boys will meet at the College of the Cooperative Marketing Poultry Feed--F. W. Risher. Spud! June voters 7.at 1(32.the I.m primary In favor election of and on given predate through!' serious that ofTlce.consld.rLth w'u? ?.,

: MISS 1'EAUL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent of Agriculture, here June 610. According Journal published in Washington Johnson Visits the County Agent. will work for tax reduction and Ira vote and your assistance.. T
reduction of the expense or running
! Farm Jobs
D. C. Fri.. June 3--.June N. P. WAINWRICHT
to R. W. Blacklock stateboys' Inc state government; I als

J hI: P club agent" they will be given and How to Do Tbem-J. Francis favor and will work for the I hereby annmY.elf-; ; ;;
t Htreng-thenlnir of the state banking
ESCAMItIA( COUNTY 4-II LIVING WITH NATL'HEIS Instruction in livestock raising, Cooper. Importance of Cooperation lawn to protect depositors and to dldate for ra-elentlon to the orrlean f

:, ., CM'H r.IKI, HAS! FINE RARE; PKIVILF.GB poultry raising dairying horticulture 30 U. of F. Students Between Milk Producers and Consumers make their liability to loss much years Tax Assessor.that I have been During your! the thr?.
remote. I will be aleri asseu.
more ever
3; Kr.COKO; IN LKADKKSHIP: OF RURAL CHILIHtRN pasture establishment, farm To Get Agriculture -C. H. Willoughby. for and on the right Hide of any I have tried hard to give' to the I>u!.
110 all that could b.
' other which I believe to expected
measures .
" mechanics, record keeping, agricultural
, In June ba for the beat Interests of the poo. a. assessor, and In asking torIII.
Termed by her home demonstration (By Spuds Johnson) writing, and leadership.Such Degrees r. pie and the protection of their rights electIon! I promise you this, that I Iei I

_____________, agent as "the best example Doe the farm lack the opportunities entertaining features as baseball and property. Tour vote and support am elected again!! will continua to

1, ,. of true leadership :I bave ever and privileges of the city? games mass games, swimming! Thirty students at the University HINTS. TO HOUSEWIVES If I arn will elected be highly your appreciated.confidence aol In! serve partially.you honestly. I will appre"late'fearlessly,your and

seen" Martha Brelse 16-year old If It docs the city certainly does and picture shows have been plan of Florida College of Agriculture me will never be violated. vote at the coming primary and

I; ..J{ club girl, not have the rare privileges that [Wieldy. U._ Doo.aakft- Respectfully. eral elections. Re.peclful1y'
County ned. to receive at
J Escambla : are degrees commencement Lake Butler. Fla. J. M. MANN. M.\ D H. W, HAYES,
: r : recently selected as one of the four life on a farm presents. Here is exercises June 6, according tiac Specialist, TillahatssaUSES -.
." ___ chief of Cooperative To the Democratic Voter. of the FOIL 8UI'IUFF
: to represent Florida at the National what Dr. C. R. Smith to registration officials. Fifteenth Senatorial District! To the Democratic voters of Drall
PRETTY MUMS
FOIl
,,! : 4-H Club Camp in Washington, Extension Work in the Degrees were given to five others Many of the votere, both Bradford ford County:
United States has to In that REARRANGE BEDS! IN and Union counties, which comprise I hereby announce my candidacy!
say
PLUMS
p t). C., In June. at the close of the first semesterand FOR for sheriff of this
MAY OR EARLY JUNE the above" senatorial .t county, subject to
,, Martha. in her fifth year of club regard. five are likely to qualify for -- me, prior to the death of"tRe'ft:; : the action of the voters at the com

work, has completed projects In "They are privileged children degrees at the end of the summer Florida favored with many vari Johns, to enter the race for the Ing Democratic primary election.
II promising. It elected
Chysanthemuma should be divided Democratic nomination a* senator a faithful, honest
1 canning, dairying nutrition who grow up on a farm. Practically number of of and can be and efficient -
4 gardening, school. This makes the etles plums, they In the coming primary election to performance. of the
and home Improvement, henicies the whole period of childhood to and re-arranged In the bedsIn degrees given during the last year made into a large number of delicious be held In June 131. I now take duties of said office. Your vote and
to this' method of makingmy formal support 1 I. respectfully solicited
educational May or early June according
: winning four trips to the an- maturity Is concerned with larger than that for any other year dishes for either present or announcement: for this :Importantoffice. LALJIUCU! C. CLEMON3
John V. In of the
held at the Florida and growth. ThereIn Watkins charge I ask each and voter
nual short course processes since the College was establishedIn future use. Try canning them, every
Women and something about agriculture and flower garden at the Florida< College to carefully consider my candidacy;; I hereby announce as candidate
\ h State College for 1910. making plum olives, plum salad or If I am the nominee I pledge efficient for sheriff of Bradford County Flor"
being an all-rouhd leader In club country life that makes for sound of Agriculture. '_none._ L 10 receive L a toe uegree. 01. plum cream pie. service to the people. Ida. and respectfully solicit and will
lie suggested that the bed or Kftsprctfully, appreciate your support at the Jun.
to Ethel At- foundations for practically any fU.
''activities, according Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Canned11<1 Plums Lake Butler Fla. HAL Y. MAINESAt Primary. W. J. EPPERSON.
border for Chysanthemums be well
chlnson demonstration agent. ture superstructure."Any ar e O. W. Anderson, Jr., Dade Take 10 pounds of fresh ripe -
______ e9 of the educational drained as fertile as possible and the solicitation of many friendsI I hereby announce my candidacy.
consideration -
and gardenIng
; From her dairying City; G. F. Bauer Pen acola. S. C. plums, three pints of water and have decided to become, candidate for sheriff of Bradford county sub
have to the at least half
l 4 projects, Martha has made a and training of youth In access sun Hell, BarbervllU; M. A. Boudet, seven pounds of sugar. Wash fruit,, for State Senator, 16th senatorial ject to action of the voters at the
of $191.Gri1,1 has rural arena' must take Into consideration the day. If the soil is very light 'I add district, comprising IJradforrt primary June 7th. I have been. a
cash profit Lake Worth: H. J. Brlnkley. Jack- boil and water together
S S Is essential sugar and Union counties If elected I citizen of the county all my life and
and low In humus it
i S S S saved $92.80 of it for her "Go toCollege" at the outset the things Inherent sonville; R. L. Brooks, Bayshore; the plums and let boil 3 minutes., promise faithful and conscientious have never asked. for an office at the
S fund. Her garden has furnished In and contributed by the that some material like peat moss When service. and respectfully. solicit the hand. of the voters If elected 1
t T. E. Collins,' Bartow: J. C. Cox:, Cover and remove from fire. support of all Democratic voters at the clllsens of the
t Itself. cow manure or rotted leaves be incorporated promise county
tho
\ fresh vegetables for farm and the open country Jr., Lake Alfred; C. P. Douglass, cold, or the next day, drain off the June Primary.W. efficient law enforcement, without

4.1 ) family, and 614 quarts have been It Is there that many of the great Into the bed In good Jacksonville; W T. Dunn Galnes- juice and boil it 5 minutes. Add B. MIDDLETON. showing partiality. Your support

canned along with 2:) quarts of basic things of life are learned. quantities. rllle F. N. Farnn Palestine set aside. When FOil P..l'liII'J\iT"TIVI'J' : and vote will be appreciated
t tu_ ; Jerusalem pluma and again: OSCAR ANDREI)
The be
meat. With the extra money she "From the time the country plants may set anywherefrom I respectfully announce my candidacy
: ; R. D. Gill Zephryhllla; J. plums are tender clear, and no
12 12 to 12 24 inches for Representative of Brad- MH MM Kit SCHOOL noAitn nut.
in the by by i
and redecorated child I is to bring
S has bought clothes, big enough R. Greenman Gainesville; Chas. longer float on top of the some ford County subject to the will of I take this method of announcingmy
kitchen" firewood feed the chickensand apart depending on the variety and the Democratla voters of the oomlnirprimary
her bedtootn. Hermlnghaus Mlms A. B. Jack- Into sterilized candidacy for member of nchool
4 25M 4r ; what heavy syrup put
carried a the to the day he desired effect. The closer plantIng election June 7 1982. Ifnominated board from School District !io. 1,
Martha pro- ,
: Last year. gather eggs son, Cleawater; J. R. Jamison Wa- jars seal and slmmcr pint :and elected, i will I dlllirently. comprising" North Starke and L&wteysubject
S is desirable In bed
S Jec; In nutrition and health studying drives the team at his father's plow a narrow 'basso; L. M. Johnson, Miami; W. jars 10 minutes; larger ones longer. faithfully ca"n"dtt r doeverything to the will of the Democratic
_ the food value content of different or feeds Into the thresher the gathered where weeding can be done by hand that I will help voters In the coming primary
.j W. Lawless Lake Alfred; J. S. Plum Olive the majority of the citizens of Brad June 7, 1988. If nominated and
foods. Many appetizing salads -I grain of the year, he Is being from either side, whereas the wider McColsky Lake City; D. S. Mc- Gather meaty plums with thick ford County and the State of Flor- elected I promise to work for the

S that were rich In minerals andS I educated and trained In the fundamentals rows will facilitate cultivation. fla. Will attempt and aid In placing lest Interest. of all the schools of
Abundant water is to Lean Bartow; J. A. Mulrennan pulp in the white green state ie. the state on a business! basis. I will Bradford county and I earnestly solicit -
thai
meals and varieties life. necessary
vitamins were made of. Sydney; R. J. Ramsey, Gainesville; just before they begin to color. sincerely appreciate your support. your vote and support.
were adequate and economical were "To romp in the fields with a growth and to high-colored bloom. O. M. INMAN. Respectfully. O. H. BENNETT
W. W. Roe. Plant City; R. W. Wash and pack in jars with tho
S prepared" and books and bulletins dog and explore Is an educational When the plants are eight to 10 I take thin. method of announcingmy I
Stewart Leesburg; and E. O. following: 1-2 gallon boiling water, I respectfully announce that ama
S abut mrnl planning and health process to rob a bumblebee's neat Inches In height they should be candidacy for the office of Heprnsenatlve. candidate for member of the School l
5 Schweitzer MiamI.Candidates 1-2 quart vinegar, 1-2 pint sugar I favor reduction of salaries .
throw atones at hornet's nest carefully staked and tied. He I board, district No. I (comprising vot-
studied.CUtOYMNfi or a
were for the degree of and 1-4 pint salt. Dissolve well, and taxes and rigid economy Ing precincts one and two), subjectto .
to To know recommended square stakes and along all lines of work
Is acquire knowledge. our state the action of the Democratic primary
Master, of Science in Agricultureare and when cold pour over the plums Should I he honored with the nomination .
the of minnows in the creek the tying of the runners every fouror : election to ba held June 7thf
(Mm)) NS IN ways five inches to the wind R. J. Wllmot Gainesville; Seal jars and they are ready for and afterward. election, I : elected, I promise. the cltlxens nf
; and the fishes of the lake to know prevent .
promise to the best of my .blllty.110ne.t the district and county the b..tlIe..vl"
Carl VVelradale ,
_ _S HI FEEIl" ) TilE FAMILY: about. and P. Gonzales Rlos, Mayaguez, Plum Salad B. PINHOLSTER.slTpIcnlvTNnpNT support will be appreciatedRAY .
S .. drought on crops and Income to Porto Rico W. M. Flfleld Jacksonville A. NIl WSOM.
fresh
; drain
-5--- Wash and choice ripe
of OF SCHOOLS
fertilizer
Side-dressings a
know tho of and complete
names plants
f :1 The value of farmers growing should be from time ,. and W. R. Lyle Bartow are plums[ ; split, remove seed and put Through the solicitation of many T hereby announce myself a canlldate .
birds the haunts' of squirrels and applied of friend. and desire to againhe ..rtbe
my my for re-election as member
to receive the degree of Master of Stuff
duringtho
for homo UHO Ice before
serving.
vegetable muskrats and woodchucks, to know to time to keep the plants in a on shortly your school superintendent I desire school bonrd, district 1. I am
________ r summer! was stressed i In a recent condition. Science. cavities with cottage or cream to announce myself as. a candidate interested solely In the advancement
the silence of the night, and fields, growing Many growers for this position, subject to the of school and If my workas
our county
radio address by W. T. Nettles Thin year there! were 236 under- chefese. Place bed of shredded
on
: and forests!!, Is to grow in knowledge use a muslin shade to shade the June primary. If nominated, and a member of the board the pant'
S district) agent with the Florida and to develop the soul. All burls when they begin to show col gradute students In the College of lettuce. Serve with any well-sea- elected.l promise: a faithful perform two years meets with your ap|>roalyour
the duties of this office.
: _ S Agricultural Extension Service. these things are learned In moreor or. If leaf spot begins to act oliate Agriculture, which is one student nsncd pallid dressing. ance Your votes are solicited. and will will be support appreciated.In the, June pledging 1 primary the

r _ lie stated that there are no i lu- less degree by the rural child the plants, a spray with bordeaux : more than for any previous year. Plum Creur.t Pie ha highly appreciated. Your respeo-' same. conscientious attention ti lh.
fully. H. B. WldQINa.I /
that could : duties of the office.JAMKS.
S ntltittlfua In America not from teachers or books but mixture or ammoniacal copper Line deep pie plates wit.lt good, T. MOOflE'
withstand the stress of depression and tilt with hereby annoui. myself a candidate _
I .' _________ from ccntect with things se the carbonate should check it. SpraYing iaky pastry ripe
.
the well organized I : e 4>- with for -elflctlnn to the o'n.f/ "<1MMIIF.Il SCHOOL BOAUft-Ill... i
T' twtler than
seeded Dust
slightly
iie., Tlie things tliua IcaruoJ stick with tobacco extracts will plum" Superintendent oi Public Instructionof I hen'iy announce my candidacy
S rurnl homo but th< ,end t pnrt about through life." j check lice or'aphlda.Cooperation 4. WIttTF; FARM PROGRAM I flour and sugar, according;: to needs Bradford County. \6ur vote andsupport for' re-election as member of the

: t ik U tflt ''o have too many cash I :of plums dot with butter sprinkle I will. be. appreciated.A. J. QRIFFIS school. board rom district 2, and K
Respectfully. du.
the
elected will continue to give
farcicro v.to r"ver think 4 The V.... ef FlorttJa": .
.5 farmers; : I'rrhtly! with cinnamon and bake In ties of th- office mv very best. at.I

., I, tiuyouU tvov.-lr.g: something and LOW, CHICK AIOKTALJTY 10 l'UESEIt\"C DI\'JDC.\'X'I'\: a moderate oven. Serve hot or cold' To the voters of Bradford county I entlon.. Your si "ort solicited anJ,

. .-.-.-.-0 .. I h-renv announce my candidacy will be appreciate H. D MAY.i .
? 4 aulllng it for cash. -)>nt always freshly baked, ...ithl for superintendent r>t Public Inrirueilon. I

S : "Our spring gardens" will be getting as the solution of I feel that I am uimll'l'd' i hereby announce as a candidate
cream sprinkled
:
Ft. Myers, FlOut of 204 baby The Florida Farm Hour to be whipped liberally for .Hal 1 nfricA and promise to tu.h-! for member of the school board IMSlet -
slim pretty soon, and unless chicks Mrs. P. H. Jones, near the economic and social problemsof I broadcast from noon to 12:45: EST with Fhredded coconut. This maybe fully discharge the <'rintle of same t- 2, comprising South Klarke,
Is for summerS rural reconstruction, Is offeredby t., the best of my ability. \:uurol* 1 willappreciate
something planned
S. .L Y here, has raised 198 to eight weeksof from WRUF each day next week made of c&nred plums as well. will be appreciated.Itespectfuliy I. Theresna and Sampson City. in
I and support
S will hnve to buy things we age, a mortality of 3 percent" Dr. Glenn Frank, president of will present the following talks Plain. but thick plum pis with. I.. If. FUTCII: the primary your Ju,"vote 7th.

; should be growing There Is a, reports Miss Clarlne Belcher, home the University of Wisconsin in an by College of Agriculture workers golden brown covers slltted to allow W. C. MANNING _

S large number of vegetables that demonstration agent. She follow Impressive analysis of economicand and others: steam to escape are very ap- Foil T'X' COM.RCTOHI .IKMnKIt: SCHOOL HO \ ,,_l>l.t. I

f; : mny be grown In the homo gardenduring ed the state wide Grow Healthy social, trends, made In an address Sat., May 29-Florida Farm petizing. tn succeed hereby myself announce a. niv Tax candidacy Coil ,-'.... I hereby announce n. elf a school ranrtldiite -
tha summer A little planning before the National Cooperative of Bradford. f' .' Chick program of hatch early, News and Hints Farm Editorial Isabel S. Thursby. Psinouratlo primary to be held on hoard. Dlstilot. No. 1, eomprls.: .

'l ;S a lllllo mnuine, and a little clean, eggs and chicks, clean land, Council in Washington re- Snapshots.Mon. S June: 7th, 1t12 I have tried to hampton Graham, ilrooker and Ne".

_ work Rre all that la necessary. clean brooder houses balanced cently.lie render you faithful honest and efficient River subject to election In tn.
: of ration how ., May 30()"'-The Value of BROAD COOPERATION service during my first term of Tune primary. I promise to "t..n'lror
l the lists summer points out modern facilities all
"Among and fair deal. equal rights to
of cockerels n
______ separation! Summer Camps to 4-H Club office as your Tax Collector. I earnestly -
,t- vegetables, there 'are Kentucky from pullets of production, the use of Boys solicit your support and If and partiality to none.
.. '
okra butter beans and .W. 1', Nettles. The Parents' elected again shall continue to render n."p."ttuIJ: yours.
Wonder beans, power transportation com They cooperated first to get anew II. KELLY:
_S Place In 4-H Club Work-R. W. you the same service as. I haveIn
tomatoes) collardn, and such field, inundation have given tremendous high school. Then they cooperated the past. CARL A. KNIGHT.I -
candldate
crops as sweet potatoes, corn and, 700 UINNINO 4-II ROYS Impetus to group action which the ._. I to set up their own cotton I hereby for re-election announce myself to the a office
-_._._1 ,....- _.=-.... respectfully announce myself a
cowpcns. If innccts and diseases ANn GIltLS TO ATTEND cities or urban centers have expressed gin. And last year they cooperated candidate. for the office of Tax Collector of School Board for District No S,

4 little will i ANNUAL SHORT COURSES tn subject, to the action of the subject to the action of the Demo
;.' give trouble spray gun the dollar-profit type of to have that gin handle only one cratlo primary June 7. 1932 If
Democratic voters at the primary of
.Sv :keep them In check. Try a sumS -I' corporation, which Is controlled ATLASThe variety"of cotton. Jun. 7th. I feel that I am In every elected I promise the same of fair the and duties

,' mcjr garden and it will surprise Early In June some 700 winning from the top and Is therefore, au- Step by step farmers around way qualified to give the duties of Impartial of the administration office' that I have tendered -
the office efficient and
:, you' know many good things the I-It club boys and girls from every tocratic. He concludes that the the little town of Gore Georgia service. Pledging! a full and competent faithful In the past. Your vote ana"e

S I_ family willhave to eat during the nectlon of the state will attend ,have traveled further and further discharge of the duties of the support Is solicited and will
I Standard Oil office to the best of my ability I highly app.eclatedSURRENCT' \:
months he said. .
_ ttiiinmcr II I their annual short courses spon. / along the cooperative road. Their solicit and will appreciate you support

S lored by the Florida Agricultural / cotton staple this past season was In the coming primary. COl">JTY t.OMM1SahOc4EltlisC.: *
Tire GuaranteedOne
S Extension Service. an eighth of an inch longer than It Respectfully, CARL JOHNS I take this method of announcing

VLANTINO HOSES The girls will gather at the had been the previous year, it FOIL CLERK OP CIltCUIT COURT county my candidacy commissioner for for reelectiOn district No.ss

_ I :State: College for Women, Tallahassee II YearFrigidaire yielded half a bale to the acre and I hereby announce myself a candidate 1. 1 solicit your vote and .upport.;
than 4- for the office' of Clerk of theCircuit g1V5
; KlHBlmmce Fla. More I and It re-elected will strive' to
June 3-10. Aside from a I brought a premium.This Court of Bradford County. district and county the best .or.
:. 000 rose bushes have been purchased lumber of recreational and enter .............. is the fruit of cooperation subject to the will of the voters at vice the of which 1 am capable.J .
cooperatively and set In Os-J -p the coming primary June 7th. 1 am M. nOSIER.
taining features they will be given I extending all the way from, the fully conscious of the duties of this _
last three
,, S ccoltl county during the I instruction in peRsonal health nutrition "grass roots" to New Orleans and Important office' and feel that I am 1)1.1. '
reports MIls! Albina Smith, ably fitted to perform them In an COuNTY: ('O'IMIC7IONER: -
!
,
5/ I
years ,
food conservation, garden. ,,",- Washington. The state cotton cooperative efficient manner. Never having' asked At the solicitation of friends

1\\ ______ home demonstration agent. I association, through for an office In the court house .before have consented to make the race i for'
1 1m '" It elected County Commissioner for W"'r'clNo.
I to give
promise elected
Farm Board in financing l
;c CAPIT loans helped faIthful. honest, and efficient service. 2 of Bradford County. It

c A few cents a pound saved by I OVER \VORllhN : punishmentJor the three year guar- the community gin and Your support I. respectfully solicited. I promise to discharge me to' the.the best dallesIncumbent : or

Belling dressed poultry locally Is c..u Arson in At/ienj the one-avriety cotton project, and A. J. THOMAS. my ability.. upon Your support Is sollciuo

a greater proportions saving: ER\lES anted electric refrigerator In marketing the cotton. The To the Voter of Bradford County. and will be appreciated

when prices are low. An advertisement n. frw Iro ...., ....... _de _. American Cotton Cooperative 'Association Florida: L. L. CONNER.I .
.MMuU* ..r...h. I. A_..... InUy.mnM I am a candidate for reelectionto ann-;; candidate
F In your local paper may: help:, h w.*..l., fb.U .ltl bypl. l"". built up under the Agricultural the office of Clerk of Circuit hereby myself a commissioner -
... ThMr to _..>. IrfttOt Court Bradford County. Florida, ..ndlIarn..Uy for re-election as county
get buyers. Hr.il. M Marketing Act supplied from district No. 1. It reelected -
S .. 10.. mrm, W Ik.. Li... NMluwl r.- solicit your support and 11'1\ inC the
--- cotton-breeding specialists, work- vote at the June Primary election.I I will continue
__aI pal.... __" .fSeIl.a best '"">l"
.. .. .... ....YI.. .. In collaboration with the U. promise to render faithful, honestad district and county the
Ing
h.-- CREWStOl'MTV
-U .po. J. a.
-S 7o control ntcm-cnd.J rot In watermelons For sale by careful service Respectfully, of which I am capable. ..
_, _.loll S. of Agriculture.The .
Department O. W. AL.DI2RMAN
treat the stem with Bordeaux S
.. COWwmlO"'F.R-Hist.
A-.Mr fc."t..J kf s n. .kI.S ( for
provided
county agent
paste when the melons are _. .r--!l*., .r.erlmtMU.UI FOR COU"'TT JUDGE I hereby announce myself a candidate
Smith-Lever law and the for re-election as county com
by the ) the Democratic voters of Bradford
;; being loaded the Florida Experiment ..., .._. .k. ...de!......uU... T. County, Florida missioner District 9. the voters
:
... .. rfi agricultural teacher of the Consolidated : ie"f: will
S Station' recommends. U Ik .eU' Smith's Service I hereby announce my candidacyto of my district. me, I
_______ -i_ __ .U f
---.1- by the Smith-Hughes law) took Bradford county subject to theDemocratic ford county a faithful and efficientperformance office
of the duties of the
_ primary tn be held Tuesday -
the local leadership., June 7. 1933.>> This announcement working always for the best
71oreYear HAROLD C. WALL StationStarke S Is made with a isellng. that Interests of the entire rount)'.

__ during the years In which I have J. L. UN-DERHltJA
INSURANCE served you as county judge, I haysrendered -

of Youth faithful. honest and efficient T hereby announce myself a candidate
; BOit DRAIN for election as county c0mmissioner
timesIn
F a. service to all and at all
STARKE. FLORIDA District S. South
from
such manner as to justify me ..
I see K In submitting' my c..ndld."yrlIoOlrC Starke, Bradford coUnt?. If sleeted
..
.
Mrs. Saele GllssMrs. county
and
to r consideration 1 I will give' the district
.: ; your support, and the best service' of which I am capable
.
UP TO row' ..* fa work.v7 .-. If again' honored by being' elected a.your Respectfully submitted

7 ware at high tension. county judge, I shall continueto MALLORY THOMAS
No wonder you snap at the wife Wake Up Your Liver Bile Davis of Starke was a visItor render faithful, honest and efficient _COUNTY: COIIIIll.RSIONF.nl.t. 4

and bark at the children. Sunday afternoon at China service. Ono A.Respectfully.. GARDINER I hereby announce myself a candidate

Watch otrtl Overworked Grove church. for re-election. as county

I' DSTT** mar lead to Steeplesnesa *-. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Alford of At the request of friend., and dueconsideration commismioner from dllltlct No 4.
-Without Calomel Hampton, Th.rell"a and O..h.01..nIt
; \ Nervous Headache N rrooe > Palatka, spent Sunday at Starke to the thereof voter I of hereby Bradford announce I'.I..ct.d will continue to give'
Indigestion and a boat e t the county the best service 1 am
with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prevail. County my candidacy for the office support
other unpleasant disturbances}. -- Edwards ond of County Judge to be voted on In capable of. "l solicit yourand 11-
Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Why don't; yon try Dr. Mnesf And Tool Jump Out of Bed II tbfc Me.. sot novfax .smir. raw f.oo44oW ,' the June Primary. Being' a graduate vote at the primary JUii

to your skin ttat:: Effervescent Nerrlae Tablet T % ...-. It |osl ssear* .In ... bow.... son visited Mr. and Mrs. C. C. of University Law School and O. W. HINSON
_ It In the practice of lawI
I some years
prt..vivaciout. .0. youthful touch Just one In a half glass edwater in the MomingRarin' to Go 0. Mo.s* .p y o ........ Ton. save a Johns Sunday afternoon. feel fully qualified' to serve you as COUNTY COMMISSIONER.! !)!.<. I

,. ,flemishes; and wrinkles yield to makes a pleasant sparkUng thick bed taste en*year brssth Is foul,.skis, Miss Julia Tta n spent Saturday County Judge. If you see. fit to I hereby announce myself a ran'

S fsclnatlna Ivory\ toned Btaurylhat drink delightfully soothing If you' Ieol soar and sank and the oftaa s..... eat te tliirsiliis... Tevr host night with Pauline Prevatt. elect have honest m. I promise faithful that efficient you shall and dilate 5.for comprising county commissioner Brooker and NewRiver. Di5trict

.kes<'way years from yourapp ar. to over-taxed ern&., world look punk dont cwaHow slot ashes aM'Oa.s....Tour whole Miss Marie Tison returned Sun- unbiased service. I earnestly solicit If elected I promise a faithfulperformance

.y Start Dr. Mika Nerrloe fa DOW el salts mineral water, oil. laxative .Is_ .... day from Lawtey after a short visIt your support and vote In the of the duties of tneoffice.
:> -
.t mcc. Its use to-day June '7th, 1517.Respectfully.
; -... tn twe formiLtqoid andEfferveaeent eandy or chewing gum and expect 1u.be"loo4aWC4BTD..UTrLIIuna with her grandmother.Mrs. primary, support. I solicit and.and vote will of appreciatethe all Democrats

Tablet. Both hare them to make you' suddenly sweet PILU.fe*u-.ts'.pavssls el bite Cynthia Richey of Gainesville B. K. PERUTMAN. at the primary election June
l ORIENTAlREAM the same soothing effect.f and and fuQ 7th. 0. W. ANDREWS.
of sunshine
LOO at yoaur drag: st re buoyant Aewlat hoar sad amke ye*teal s.ssd.p." was a visitor at Starke Sat- 'FOR TAX 'SlF.I.OR! :!

Tat they can't do it. They only Thay esateU ......... ....... fssrtteTaiilsllll urday afternoon. 1 hereby announce myself a candl I hereby announce myself a "..n.dld"t. .

DRMtt.rts: more the bowel and a mere movement _lm-.I..res-sill slue It iisiis.. a) data for the office of Tax, Assessorof for county commissioner, dl.trlct j5-

w-..D...... .., doesn't get at the cause. The ......the....lee...... Tampa Construction startedon will Bradford of the county voters at subject the coming to the ...I.. comprising If .p-el."t'' RroGk.r I promise.nd NSW to

"scsia< *-.. reason for your down-and-out feeling BoteWtaak los__.....Aide.*Carter1 large sports arena and public democratic primary election to beheld continue giving' my district .nd

J-W KHtarTtHAL SOXenth.3ivei !fN'SRV.JNE k yoc*fiver. It should pour out two Llts Uw....Leek b*...asne Oar***** recreation ground near Sulphur June 7th. In asking for this county faithful and efficient oice.and per'formance .
office will say that I am thoroughly or the duties of the
_ 1:1: :. ..s-......... pounds liquid bile Into your bowels tattle UTC Hta. aa .S *a. .......IUs>st aMestsBstorar. Springs pool in northern part of familiar with the duties thereof and will always work for the b..t

",u..e.s. dmfly. .......... OltI.C.lf.Ca promise If elected to discharge the interests of the county
city. duties of said office la an efficient o.TKIa4.f.

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vRinVr.'. MAY 87. 1938 RRADFORD COUNTY TU.zoiLS'rARIDII.

. -=-_ ___ ______nn_ _____ .____ __ ____ .. ._.. -- FLOBIDA PAOE 8EVKV: i
'
read-Mlcah;: 8.Jane. port as'did his continued war I -
TRAIN
SCinCDUUC: I
.i I tgalnst waste extravagance and, Watson's Candidacy IIPJCIAL M %'''TKIt' ILRhereby

1 Our schedule changes Sunday, weaknesses In the department'smarketing I. i notice l Ie given that un .
f God Forgives and Heals: Bless day 22nd and trains will run as dor and by virtue of Chit nertalK ,
I : 'the Lord. 0 and methods. These he asserted : Challenge to VoterTom final I decree entered by. Him A. .:
::: ;; my soul forgetnot follows: he would take Immediate Art kin*. ....da.. of the Circuit fnurc
all his benefits: who forgiveth No. 1 Southbound:: : local due of 211th Judltlal/ Circuit of Klorlda..
i all thine steps to correct.Mr. I In and l for llradford countv. In the*
iniquities; who healethall Starke 10:SO m. ,
p. King will close the present Certain atiee wherein I) W. Moor
thy diseases; who redeemeththy No. 11, Southbound local due i,la complainant and H. K Hwlmll.anil .. I
----j a 1 Imy .. feet iJ tjh
i ay a tntt ay prtL-PuhiAH 119105.iUurb11nfJrLutu. life from destruction.-Psalm Starke 9:20: a. m. week with a monster growers his wife ethle. Swindle are deendaitu -
meeting at Wauchula sponsoredby t the underelitneil will' sell
religious teaching. doctrine orereed 103: 24.What No. 107 Southbound limited due t n the hlKhet hliMcr' for cccli! In
friends
his In Polk and
I does God of ? Starke Hardee f ront of the "South l>oor of the rourrinune
t: S U they are to haw any etaim require us 1027: a. m. adjoining counties. il of Hrailfunl. count(T. In 8t.rke'. .
. moa the love, loyaKy nod devotto of the. people m st be..fa harmony with Answer read-Eph. 4 1-2. No. 2 Northbound local, due Klorldn, on Mondnv the II"l day ot .

ihAtcnchinKS of Jesus the Christ wbaae WOMB fit into every told and eravk June 2 Starke 6:19: a. m. S .l on". ..0n.I IdJl, dm' 'Ina; the If.ml .'
heart and of whom it said in hour. nf ....I.. the followln ilevcrtkeil -
of th. bu-naii! WM Joan 7:46,"NEVBR MAN No. 12 1
Northbound
local land
due .
THIS MAN." Return to the Lord: Let the blna and belna: In tlrad-
SPAKE LIKE t ont .countv I Florida' ,.
Starke 3:31: m. I .wl'I :
. wicked forsake his way and the p. WOODLAWN) !8W14 of N'' .,. of 8eiloit. | Town- .
Pastor* '( Bradford and Union counties are Invited to BMI thin de- unrighteous man his thoughts: and No. 108 Northbound limited due .hip 7 South, ItniiKe I' Nast. and ; I ,

I nartmcnt for new of church acttvltiea rK&nlzatlona and annonne let him return unto the Lord and I Starke 6:01: p. m. Mla Myrtle ftoraaaa, ('ii.. conlalnliiK, 40 acres, more or ,le.*.. ,
fur the .. '
freely given and no charge made-the only ftlqulremene1IeI"It purpoNe" of .U"'II''I aald I i
Starke ;
mMits. Space he will have mercy upon him: and I and Wannee lOt leaves d ecree. _-
Mich Item reach this offloa before Wednesday morningotherwlMi :
that Starke 7:00 J. T ;
to our God for he will abundantly : a. m. KRAZKU,
be handled for current : _
they cannot !iaie. Special Maater In Chancery. '
pardon.-Isalah 05:7.: No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. Norniitn-Gaaklns KN'tnilr:' A KNIOIIT.!: larfce, FI... ,"

Blue Boa Schedule I The marriage of Miss Mettle Hnllcltor for t'oinplalnant. ;
he said unto them How should a Christian walk? C-I 1-45-5.1 ;
behold
we Norman to Wade Qaskinn both of
i SUNDAY SCHOOL were binding sheaves in the) field, Answer, read-Lam. 3: 22, 23. Northbound Dally effective B :03 Jan.a. 1.m,1932.1:59: p. this community, was solemnized --;;;;;-MTnClrriilt --------- f. I -

I LESSON t and lo, my sheaf arose and also m, 4:59: p. m., 8:19: p. m. Wednesday evening, May 18th at Court. Hriulford. County, 'f'l
stood upright: and behold your Southbound the home of the bride's Flnrl parents ,
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST -9:34: a. m, 12:34: p. T his truKteea of Hampton \
sheaves stood round about and m, 4:34: 12:50 Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman. The Mpeolal Tall l'
p. m.. : a. m. ""hoot ni.trlct Number I
1033.
FAR MAY 20 Two of
behold made obeslance to my sheaf. Tickets and Information at ceremony was performed by Rev. Bradford County, Florida. a body :
And his brethren 1 hated him BuptlnniContinued coipornte. ami the. Hnar.t of rub-
Smith's Service D. L. Phillips grandfather of the
Station next to I lic, Inxiriirtlon: for r
the Dreamer. the for his dreams."" The ( ) llranfoM Cnunty _
Subject: Joseph yet more courthouse. I bride In the presence of a large t '. Florida' a body corporate,
Text: "Provide things Bible speaks of dreamers 7 Into whose name are believers t'Htaionerav .
Golden many dosing. of MaILS audience of relatives and friends. Watson although a poor *, I ,
the of all men." and dreams. In First Ch. to be baptised? "Go ye there : .. _
honest In sight Samuel South The attendants were: O. J. Phillips man and forced to conduct a poorman's The' Rlnte of .Florida et al : _

Rom 1217.: 3, the boy Samuel conversed with fore and make disciples of all nations No. 11, parcel pout 6:15: a. m. I aunt of the bride as matron of campaign Is In the present TteKpondantKIlimd 1

Lesson Text: Gensis 37111.: God in dreams. Through dreams baptizing them Into the No. 107 letters special delivery honor Grace Arwood and Betty gubernatorial race to stay lie I TO TltM CITI/.KNH\altriall: .: ANH, TAXAVrjIis : '( ___ _

Time and Place: B. C. 1725; the Lord gave many warnings and name of the Father and of the Son and special handling. 10:00 a. m. Phillips flower girls. The young could withdraw at the present time l'A X OF.. HAMPTON! "ttl'i4'lAf* t
Matt. 28 TT \!" "SI'.1.''"'' "'"' '! ,
and of the Holy Ghost. :: : NII\.Ilt
Place. Hebron. directions. North couple have many friends who wish and, get his qualification fee of wo. of ..
Introduction: After parting from Joseph "dreamed yet another 19, R. V.. No. 12 parcel post and letters, them much happlnena. They will $450 lie has been offered, Inducements t 1itl'ic'JNls Take. .: : t.4 '''I I
noil. _ _
Esau Jacob went to a city called dream and told it his brethren 8. When believers are baptised I 3:IS p. m. 1 make their home here. Those from by opposing candidates. to '.nJl'ion.'is ..ponlh.that I the 4h nltova,lit. v of tmmeil May, ", J '' _

ghalem In Canaan where his sons and said behold the sun and into Christ whom do they put on I? No. 108 letters special delivery other places attending the wedding withdraw, but nothing can or will .Jiiltli.il l ,"I..,1 heir' I'""It"in In th.I bovi.,. I f'

had a quarrel with the citizens, the moon and the eleven stars made "For as many of you as have beenbaptized I and special handling 0:30 p. m. Ur. and Mrs. 'N. Sternberg Dr.B. persuade him-neither money nor lyl.il pnurt reliNe for and the In vullnatl.m the above of t '

and Jacob moved his family to obeisance to me. And he told it to Into Christ have put on Night mall closes at six o'clock. L. Biggs and Mica Ethel Griffinof Influence-to abandon the prin- !'"''I'h"1 ondi. ,,f llHinploii "|...,.J..I Ta. ,1 I

B the!. "He afterward moved to his father and to his brethren, and Christ" Gal 3:27.: No. 1, due at 11:12: p. m. SUrke; Mr and Mrs. Q. W. ciples upon which his! campaign for l.Jrailfoicl 1 I'latnit't CfMinty. ,Nitto.tTwo",...r'd.' I',. the of. v. '

Hebron. On the Journey from his father rebuked him. and said 9 Into what experience ere No. 2, due at 5:19: a. m. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Reddish the governorship H based He Is. ?.i","! Vf "f <"Yn Tbnuanml. l>.,l HHriit.Kii I ''' I

Bethel to Hebron at Ephrath or unto him Shall I and thy mother those baptised who are baptised I \\' Itranrh Mrs. George Anderson, Rev. the people's candidate, and. If electd' a.11.1'1.1 M 'hshstholiei' heist, hy on ihe the. .1..11. <'.. .In saj'i f' '\ '
iiiii .1"1"t _ _
Bethlehem. Benjamin was born and and thy brethren Indeed come to Into Christ? "Know ye not that Mall closes 7:00: a. m and Mrs. Blanchard Misses Eunice ed. Florida will have for the first 19S3) nnd na .iiulharlni.it by' I B.I I t. .

Rachel. his mother, died. No other bow down ourselves to thee to the so many of us as were baptised Into Mail arrives 2:40: p. m. Whitehead Catherine Blanchard time In man a moon a people'sgovernor. 'sn L'.rU''.., In". *..f."u< tV.,11"1"1".."v.,I q..ltr..1 l.v. theKlfflolnl r.s'lulloiss. vius's of ", .'

story in the Old Testament is so earth ? And his brethren envied Christ were baptised into His l C and Melvin Futch of Lnwtey "' "f "I 1'1 1I..r..t : "

full of Interest as that of Joseph. him; It would probably have death?" Rom. 6:3.Note.Baptlsm: CH.\KLKS w. GEORGE Mr. and Mrs. Silas Johns of l's 1.1 Political Ailv lI l I.,. I Inetriiitlnn, "" '' ";t ..n'llh"t I for UradfnrdiVi'nlA.FI' I _"

His purity of life and his rare abil- been better if Joseph had not told : Is a gospel or Charles W. George, a life-long Starke were visitors here Tuesday. .. MIIIKI2.1 nn tinier on ln.ued the oui 4th :" : ./
ities stand out in sharp contrastto his dreams to his brothers. and if K. Milliard and Misses --- --- -- -- if s alinvfi Court aRRltmt. I".. Hlate. ii i f : _________
resident daughters. .
dinance to commemorating the of Bradford county panned +.. ,_ ._ .. _w_,_ l."ls'i'IIa' .. rmiuliliiir, It to show ,.??... '. '\ _ _
and of his "
his brothers could have treated him
the baseness cruelty at Gertrude and Thyra of Plant City "'pfre ilc'nni-abin '
his
home A .
Z.
death burial and resurrection of away near here at 3 .. !T. Atlklnx' 1 : ft
brothers. The train of events in kindly and sympathized with him Christ. In baptism public testimony o'clock Wednesday morning. May were week-end guests of Mr. and Say it with Flower !''Itluk.t his.. I.lflr'lT.'h'Arlturd' "' (the' tirthoue" at ,, },
"">', KlurUU.
f at 1
life Indicates God's providential it would have been well. The
Mrs. D. U II .
Joseph's 11th. The deceased Phillips. A. II' "" SHturdiiy,
a of the Mir ( (
is given to the effect! \that son __ 1 92 JHth. _
leadings and care. God's dreams showed that Joseph was .w Why seid l 0"1". "nnconfirmed. l'.
lAte D. W. Jerry Witcher left Monday for not be .
George of this ,
the one baptised has been crucified countywas V.II I at.,1 ii nt. ,. "
promises to Abraham Isaac and ambitious and If his older brothers with Christ burled with Him born near Starke in 1886. He Plant City where he will visit his Flowers For All TIII.ItI',:!"(>1I1oJ, 'I'III "I'J: ArtW TO ', .

Jacob and the whole of Jacob'slife could have guided him and aided married Miss Eveleena mother Mrs. 1 J. Hill. CMMANI. .. Y'lT and enih of you In _
i and la raised with Him to walk Lastinger 10. stud ... I
are' an essential part of the him in choosing the right way to in newness of life. Only one mode of Lawtcy to this union were born A large crowd attended the plJolIt1c.l OccasionsGERTRUDE A.i.kl...."j''r of.t"r.o.yp the aald, .Hon.Court A. al X. \. ..,', ,

story. Our lesson today shows develop his ambition both they speaking here at the schoolhouse hili i offies "e '". (.o..I..t. 1_ _
seventeen of baptism can rightly represent Wesley George and Mrs. Gladys .____ _1_ ...... .. ...a ip i- t..rke, llradford County. "Florida ae ,:i'' .
of and he would have been
Joseph, as a youth happier. these facts of experience and that Williams of Starke. After the deathof Tuesday evening.Mr. I II a. ",.. on Natiiidnv: May nth lit), '.'l 1

years, hated by his brothers. But their minds were filled .with I Is Immersion-the mode followedby his first wife he mnrrled Miss anti Mrs. M. Reddish: of Law- And s ehowMii_ .... If any you have. I.,: '
why 1,1
CODDEYt bond "houl l .,.
Joseph was Jacob's favorite child hatred and envy. i Christ and the primitive church Ida. Starling and to this marriagewere tey were visitors here Sunday.Mr. and c-oiiflrined' otherwise not vw.lllilted the- "! ,\ _

the son of his beloved Rachel. We Joseph's conduct in life showed' born Earl and Myrtle George.Mr. and Mrs. 1-!. T. Dunn attended ANDERSON t il <>a-atli>ii* of uld. iietltliin' will... :
10. How Is such a baptism de t iikttn a* confensed.
can see how Jacob would have a that his ambition was to do right George had friends church services at Evergreen It hy you
but he scribed ? "Therefore we are burled I many Phone 39 Waldo FlaoricH uitlce, 'V..further| ordered. that ibis,' I ,
special love for Joseph. and accomplish good. and relatives who will miss him Sunday. l.ubll..h.,1 "", a week for ;

should not have displayed his feel- with him by baptism into death:; grestly. He leaves to Carl Rosier of WIMwooi) epont ,.. _. ,, ..... t',tr0.rol""V""V8! week. before the
Such ambition is commendable in that like as Christ Wall raised up; mourn his --- day of 101"v. l 19:1:1.: :| ,in MradfoiM
ings. Even if Joseph was pure and boy and girl. We are told death his wife and children the Sunday here with his parents Mr. hI ounty TelfHrraph, n newnpnper pith-'
every 1.C
from the dead by the glory of the I l lisht'i In HiarkK, _ _
humble his brothers were human "Be not disobedient to the heavenly we also should I following relatives: I. T. George of and Mrs. M. Rosier. -- \l<* .,rliln, COIl duly' Hiuilfi.nl;qualIfied:: County ae a, _ _

and were subject to envy. Jealousy vision for the dreams of youthare Father even so "" Miami, R. D. George and M. M. Mesdames O J. and D L. Phillips \ T" m'rOIiIi 4akun11'011s : :i:"itis'jl I newHiuipvr' for th. piiblloatlun :' I'
hatred. Some of the tragedy in walk In newness of life. Verse 4. George of were visitors to Keystone f lemil I I ndverllH I ment' and,: notice* ___________
Jacksonville Mrs. Starling -
the of what
often prophecies I.o piirnr r; anil, that lh. tlute of th I "
.
Joseph's life could probably have God means and makes it possiblefor : 11. How fully are thus united I Mrs. A. F. Grlrfta of Starke Heights Friday.We Notice In hereby irlvcn that nil II i at 1 piiMlintlon'' .be at least. elKliteenMm" "
with Christ in His experience of creditor., I.Mtt'a. rtiNtrllititeea.. ami befoie te|, 2DIH ,
been avoided if Jacob had dealt the dreamer to be." sinters Mrs. Loin. Miller and Miss are sorry to report Luther all iierniuia, liavlnir, rlnlmH RKnlnm, h day oC May )

more wisely with him. Joseph Is death and ressurrectlon ? For if Laura George of Jacksonville. Milliard to bo sick at his home th. eelat. nf 7.. W. Klrkllter, il,I. .Wlf"*." "'Y '"nil and I lbs ...81) of i
one of the few prominent Bible we have been planted together'in here. His many friends hope he ffiNeil, are hereby. recit.etpI to pieNpnt 'Iho (Iri-ult, I Court nf I hr.ii ford (',ii is-
their. clnlnm. to the Jlnnnrablafleo i oir1"1"111"' ', this' I h. 41"II .. '
day f 4
characters of whom nothing bad Is IMILY BIBLE THOUGHTS the likeness of His death we shall I KING HKAS1NG INTENSITY will noon recover. A, ,iterillner, roiinlv Jnilem of 1 I V 3 eft May, ,

said Jonathan is another. But be also in the likeness of His res OF HIS: CAMPAIGN Oscar Carter and Leamon Nor linttlfuiil I L'''tty, Klurliiu" for his II'hi." v. ALIICHMAN
approval I within .n. from 1.. ( ) Henl As Clerk (
year < te of ills cir'
with most of the leading charactersof M: y 27 urrection. Verse 5. Orlando May 26As the week man were business visitors to Jack' hvivof. or thin. n..U.| <" will ha held In cuit I Court, Tlnidford. $ Couniv'. Flu., 01 1 _

the Bible that honest book has An Old Man's Testimony have 12. What will follow this union advanced Franklin O. King\ sonville Monday. her tlit-Trlo' .and .nil imrnotm Indebted KNKIIIT' KNIUIIT, 14'' "kv. .tl'ln.. > ;
to >.101| | estate are rKivi...t.cl to Uiillcltor* for 1'etllloner. I
some fault to find. relating some fought a good fight, I have finish with Christ In His death and resurrection Orange county state senator whoIs Mrs. Carrie Smith returned to piijr their "..h.l clxtitH forthwith to 5-41.5-11, I

of their sins or follies. We shall I ed course I have kept the faith. ?" Now if we be dead I running for State Commissionerof her home at Ocala Monday after the. lerlaneil.: executnr.
my This lIth il,Isy ...( April, A fl. 19.13
have occasion, as we go on to point Henceforth there is laid up for mea with Christ, we believe that we Agriculture increased the Intensity spending several days here with JAM. i". 1 icz"i: 1
out many of these aspects. It is crown of rlghteousness.-2 Tim. shall also live with Him Verse 8.: of his campaign and was relatives. KIMIAIl: M TllO'Xf! AM. la hereby. irlvon that uCtr -

the business of every Christian life : 13. In what working of God Is following a schedule of several Willie Hill of Plant City was the 48Ot3 JSxecutoritt .,..)t forecloHiire and by virtue' niuile. of and a final rendered decree. ,hr "

to remind men of Christ no that 4:7.Who will shine as the stars? faith in connection with baptism?r speeches a day through the Peninsulu guest of relatives here Sunday., the llonomhle, A. Z. AdklnH, Jildir

others may take knowledge of Answer read-Eccl. 812.: Burled with Him In baptism sections.At Mesdames W. H. and J. M. Norman 1t"'II'UfltI.' \ Tl.KIIKftI'HIWtllY n f the, I Circuit(''''cult of Court Fl.iridu. of the, ,in Kill and JudlPlM11 for-

them that they have been with Jesus May 28 wheren also ye are risen with Him numerous large meetings hi? and daughter Miss Carrie Bell I.I.KflHINAt .: liradrord County In Chancery, dated. I

; and Joseph gives us many hints He Redeems and Crowns: Bless through the faith of the operationof outspoken position against the were shopping In Starke Saturday. Mity a meeting, A. I'. heM I$52.on the the. Imant 4th iluvnf ofnnnnlv I In April,lately S7lh, pendinir, I\/J2. In hetweun that valise the there. I'

of bow this is to be done. Throughout the Lord 0 my soul and forget God. who hath raised Him from shipment of green fruit and his L. 1(. Futch of Hampton was a I 4'n In mIsi.Itti,rie. of I Mrailfordmiilly ..rnl I ''"',"I, H..nk ..f Columlila' Plain Fed.i ;

all the events of his chequered not all his benefits; who redeem- the dead. Col. 2, 12. declaration that he would enforce business visitor here Monday. I\:: I ,ell-rim Plorliln i HIIil, appointed fiiMpecrnr:,: I .*111 for* fnllowlnir the- "tiff I.. and IH-renilunlH J. M.s .,Trilby I lh,# underlnei widower. '. lOt| _

life God's overruling Providence is eth thy life from destruction: who (Continued next week.) green fruit laws without fear or C ,lirlmitry .cl I.'I I..n h In be helil on Ih" tvho wn therein appnlnleil. a* tip*1..
seen to be guiding him. He Is led with kindness favor when elected brought him 7th iluv,of Jim. A, n. 1032': cilnl' Maeter. ,In l'h"'or to ......ut"
crowneth thee loving Prvditfl .
Niimlx-r ..
tine, l wli> (I
C y: I the *"me, will.
by the discipline of sorrow and mis- and tender mercies.-Psalm 103: 1, volumes of new pledges of sup- Greenville--John F. Noegel opened Iliirnlrl' IVnrro.. rl.rk ; .Innim. Itoxlxr, of June luaa.on: durlnir Monday, ,the* l 1..1"ihilny I f

fortune to the position in which he I 4. PRESBYTERIANServices new ten cent store here. T.>i-rtor T Hint. 'kbur, unit Fred. Moore. In- hour,* .if Hale. before the Court _____ __
M| is.I'I'Il'IflCt I lluiid* Door i In fttark I
is *. Florida' .1\|
ultimately to prepare a home With whom shall It be well 'f VOTE FOR Niiinlinr Two, ,North to this hlirheet and beet bldiler, for I I .
for !"ark"l! F. A. H.olt, cleric, .r. F. Kl 'k- ,
his father and hlsbrethren. His Sunday May 28th: ciieh. the fuIiwItiiides.rhirtl. in.i., i
Answer read-Romans 8:14. liter Aubrey, Mo..ra unit V M. ,, _
Oil YOU KVKH NcirInlin nit liathiii ,In llrnilford .
generous magnanimity recompenses May 29 10 a. m. Sunday school starts on rilYHIG TIlE I In"'I..r.| Ill,,. to-Wlt: county, t"lir 'r I
_
_
with complete forgivenessthe Steadfast Standing: 0 bless our time. J. M:. Truby supt. E. \W. HAYESFor Itl.ADDF.UVITII CANTOR) Oll.r' t'lfrlnrt. Number Thro*. Sou Hi That portion or N'f'. of CW14! of ,. ,
Hfarko: 'r. N, Kcnrlrlik.' turk. : It l I". NI')'/., and NW of nfi/t _____ _
: '
men who had basely plotted his God ye people. and make the voice Preaching service at 11 a. m. It can't be done. You can dot .H..tni>ra..t. I. l.. Vlnlnir unit W. M of Hturke u nil Miiudereon. Irl,1o"t i'ublla .t _

death. The story of Joseph was of his praise to be heard; which Sermon by Rev. Elmer Aukerman \ with juniper oil, buchu leaves Oliver Preilmt, limprrtnr Number Four Itimd., tontalnlnir forty.nine acrrx, ., '\ S
; Tax Ornhum -
Assessor : nil In Htiitlon ..
deservedly a favorite among the holdeth our soul in life and suf- D. D., an excellent speaker and fine etc., contained In Bukets, the bladder W. T. Mcrjvir. olork' I* C. Hmlth, 'I' .hlp Hla (III) "'ulllh eevenleen I of Itanit((17.Twenty Tow.I' ( ,,, ii _
Israelites." fereth not our feet to be moved.- bible student. At this service J. I have stayed on the JobI -- physic. Drive out Impuritiesand flienley, *.!Koittf and It. fl. Wim.lln Innpnctor two (33) ":,,..t of the Tallahanae < \ r'<
Joseph D. D. noted singer In : have neither favored or Meridian I III Krndford l onu"I,.. KlorUla -
seventeen
being C. Garrett a
years Psalm 66: 8, 9. acids Pr.Irs't No. )"Ivs, Hampton
execess which cause Irritation and' ehown by at
old was feeding the flock with his Who are the sons of God ? Answer the church organization will sing penalized anyone I have that results in getting) A'lklnn.f. Wynn: "I 'i. H. Y. Union.;: J. It: I mail: )* by M. M Lag.rn.plat,". aurveyor aitrvey, I Ii I
unit ,
fair to record up T I'erri .
been all-My In..I"r.
brethren. S C Those who I i on file with the Federal Land Hunk,
; and Joseph broughtunto read-Psalm 27: 14. for us "The Holy City. Is authority.I nights backache leg pains bind Prndmt Number Win, Theremin: of Columbia' H. C. .. 7

his father their evil report. May SO have heard his rendition of this my have made good one der weakness and burning. Get a ./'''''hn' Mull. mill, rlerk 11. n A.Hwlndall.T* Hulllvan. n. ..I.11111' with the appurtvnance "aid Hal* 4 '

Now Israel loved Joseph more than Give God the Best: Honour the beautiful song speak very highlyof term and feel that I am en- 25c test box. After four days If tnspsotons. to to latlafy be "nmd I he puraiiatit mime. and to rout laid. decree. Ii

all his children because he was the Lord with thy substance and with it. titled to a second term. not satisfied your druggist will Hrxclnot Number Seven' New HI*. M: K CKHttVMA.V, I
M J.
son of his old S And when Christian Endeavor at 7 m. official duties are such sri: Sup" Clerk: l>. W. I Kellvy, A* Hpeclnl Master In Cham-ery. _
age: the first fruits of all thine Increase. p. My refund your money. You are S C.. Crown and n. .I. Turner ln.p.otor r LAYTON (IKAV.
his brethren saw that their father -Proverbs 3: 9. Topic. "Why Should We Pray?" that I will not be able to bound to feel better after thin. *. Attorneya for rlalnllff.lulnevllle. KU ;I

loved him more than all his brethren Estelle Kendrick will lead this make an active campaign Hiednrt Number Right, ttrnolcirt, I-I.ht.I.1 r _______
How may we receive strength ? and will cleansing and you get your regular J T* Hhrlver, clerk II K. Iliimn. J. _
they hated him." Jacob Is said Answer read -Jeremiah 31:3.: meeting: It will be good. A car- but I am soliciting sleep. Sold by Mitchell's M. Me.It. and d 1':. McQaul.r, In. "o_

to have been 92 years old when May 31 dial Invitation is extended to everyone appreciate Paid Political your Adv.vote. I Store.GOVERNOR. Drug torn.. J ,. UNDERfllLI. l OTirM OP MPKCI4I. MABTEIf ,1. t ii _

Joseph was born and Joseph was Trust and Waver. Not.-Trust in Interested in the work of the (Chairman' llnnnl of t'ounly WALK j
now 17 old. to attend these services. ------- Cummlnlon. .. NOTICSIJ4IIRtSF.IIYOIV1CNthat' < : Il ,,'/ '
years the Lord with all thine heart; and church Atheist: tinder and by virtue of that certain. "' } !1 _
"And Joseph dreamed a dream. lean not unto thine own under-. .There will be no evening nor O. W. Ar.DRRMAM, denre. of forecloeure and ale made fr'} : 11 '' I
and he told it to his brethren and Proverbs 3: 5. mid-week services until the returnof Clark. to Hoard 5.8-41.5.17 r .and entered. on the Itith day. of April IB" _
; standing.- '
: ,,: ,o' A. I>. 19:11: by the Honorable' A. Z. ,( I .
they hated him yet the more. And How does God love? Answer Dr. Lowry.Watson's Adkln' Juilce of the Circuit Court
m' nnnpR oie pvav.1r4'ryov Ann of llradford County, Florida. la 1
"OM 'ARm' worirn TO APFRAR Chancery .1t1ln<<. In that. certalacauae I J" fi
; TO- ". .*..<1 n. McNIrny and wit.. pnndlna-' eald. court. wherela I t \\0 } _
: 1
,' / \, Marx M. McKlrny end Wlllard r*. The Florida National Hank of J."... i'<. '
_
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,litltil't'': : : \ j1't Htephenann and wife, Elliabeth .n"lIl.1 1 a corporation, la ,plaintiff' i!' II.J r
,
: '" "bIfiDt / ; Htephenion the place' of re.lrl.nce and J. II. Rlli'h. et al, are d..t.n"f' ; ,
M" 'Ii
Candidacy a Challenge the Voter .!i1jJ! 1't'""II'', FO R. vv'" of New earn York of. whom I is Lei Fararevll,. ant Masher, th.appointed. underelfrned by. the court a.* Special In It* ,''.,;' ." 9'P"-. ,"'",..

An ,,Active $ueossttst ..ioeuJ.'fa'D' Free from Poll t- YOU Ann TiienEnv NOTIFIKD: I final decree aforemtld, will offer '. ;1' _
; that
you for sale and ..
made
party de will aell. In purauanre I '
pealfEatpnglrmenUt! r a Strictly.'Bu.ine.* vAdminj> fendant t'.av..i: of Complaint 1 of and to nullify maid, decree, at pub- f C.{ 1 I "JI
Against the Octopus of Insincerity ; : filed In the. Circuit Court of Florida, I lie outcry to the hlwhe and beet. I
ht!. ioQ" 1: !' !. C.I"! !and. WiUJe,, edure.1 fly .Re;' JMh Jmllrtal CIrcuit In and for bidder or bidder for cash, before the -,p t ',t. 1
Bradford County front .
In '
door of the
Chancery, I In Bradford County //t': t I'
d..dug'lOpe..hn' $:. E penu.1l1arl, WJOO, ,; It.t. ..,;:: that. certain came entitled The Federal (Courthou, In the City of Hlarke, .< \ .j .
.. ,
: ; ,.. .: .. .f /' Land Hank of Florida' '
in Florida Poltics !: CJ ,! j' ,1 1 Columbia Plain on Monday, Jun. (th. A. l>. "
.. .;.I.ctJ.b! ( ''PdJ, 'or ,,87 5.ppo.r. 01 Tom .11.ioo'i, ,:: :,:.. tIlt" veriu Malta4 It. McKlroy.' .,pal 1933. the came belna a leajal Hale. 't I' '.1
.
defendant, wherein th. plaintiff" flay, within the lecal. hour. of ale, t j. .f }
aka. to foreclose, a lien. nf the mort- to-wlt between eleven o'clock a. m. :
and forced to conduct a man's campaign is in t"
Tom Watson although a poor man poor ..1(. riven by llaleteiid. R. Me Kirov and two o'clock p. m. th. property _
the present gubernatorial race to stay. He could withdraw at the present time and get WILL SPEAK IN STARKE ON and wife. Mary M. McKlroy, coverlnc altuate, lying and belnar In Bradford t 11 _
back his qualification fee of $450. He has been offered inducements by opposing candi- the following described property In County, Klurlila, deacrlbed. a* fol- r r.

dates to withdraw but nothing can or will persuade him-neither money nor influence Bradford County Florida to-wltt I low: ; f 'fi.\ i._ _
All .
that \
certain piece, tract Th Northeast
or parcel Quarter of the
-to abandon the principles upon which his campaign for the-governorshlp is based. Saturday May 28th at CourthouseAT of 'land altuate, lylnr and ....Inlll Northeast. Quarter of the 8outbat : "I
He is the people's candidate and. if elected Florida will have for the first time. in manya In the county of Bradford. and etat, Quarter Kxcept 4(1( acrea Wt of I i:
moon a people's governor. .of Florida. more particularly derlneit iibllo, lload> and the South half of ,1..1, : J J
a* f..llowe. to.wit: Th I the N..I..t. quarter of the Houth-
time, and personal pride he will persist In his 1:30 P. M. .'
At
much sacrifice of business. money. : Northwest nuarter. Houtheant east Quarter of Hectlon: U Township .
efforts! to get a chance through the; power of the governor's office, to reduce the cost of quarter and the Whha: of th S C. .llunce. 11: Fact, containing( 26.21 'j.; 11":.I
government In Florida. lower taxes and strengthen our state banking system. His pollti.leal --- -- -- Northeait quarter of the. Houtheaet acre more or ,..*.. or all the land. on I;,
the unbiased and open-minded voter of his sin- quarter, and the South half of th I the Uaet aid* of 1'iiblto Road. .. ;
_
record In the ought to satisfy
past
Southwest
1Dm 3W cerity. his willingness to stand the gaff and make the fight, and his ability to get re- all In Section twelve OU. at the "Southeast' corner. of the Houth- ri _
sults. Township. ...ven (71, South Ran.. sect Quarter. of the 8o theat. Quar.ter I"f'
VOTE FOIL Twenty-on <11) Ea.t, cnntalnlnt of Hectlon 20. and running thence 'f \ 1' '
"The bold middle man, his country's pride, Irhty (10) aero, more or lee.. North One Hundred Five feet: thence \ .'f : F.'I'
You and each of you, are there Wet Bin Hundred Thirty feet! ,4 I'
destroyed, can never be supplied. for. herehv required to thence { I _
When once I JOHN W. NEWBERN 1 appear t< South tins Hundred Five feet. ) (
the call' Mill or Complaint ao flleila i thence Kaet' SIc Hundred Thirty feet $!i. .,I' .
The Watson campaign is a beginning of a real and honest effort! to prevent the submerging ..alnt you, befor the. Clerk of thU to point of beginning. I' .. if _

of the middle class Into the mass in Florida's political and economic life. NEW EnItY, FLORIDA run the court on the house'lh day of Jim. 193J at Also. the Northeaet Quarter of the "\ .!'itJ', ),t S _
in I
Mtarke. Florida Northeast Quarter .
and aggressive campaign as his ; I..p81. acree) \
a. ,
Watson is not conducting vigorous
Any report that
itherwlee. a Perre .'ro Confeiao In Southeast "f
corner and ali '
finances will permit, is false and is either deliberate propaganda or a thought "fatheredby For State Railroad Commissioner will be entered. avalnet you. and each one acre In the Southwest eorner> except of '1,. "r.,1','_ _
the wish."" of you, for failure to appear "Section (9; all being In Township f !
I will appreciate your votea well as your solicitation of IT ill ORDEItET: > that this notice South: Itanne II Fast and contalnln "I;f} i
IB- YOU REALIZE THE DANGER OP Tim SUnMKROEB OF THK h.* published once a> week for fourconaecutlv In all Thirty-alx' acre and onehalf. !
"BOlD MIDUUC MAN 'VOTE AND WORK POK WATSON IN your friends' votes for me for State Railroad Commissioner week. .. In the Bradford ,. more or I.... i _

TIlE FIRST PnJMABV DON'T TAKE THE CHAJ.CE OF UJSINO in the Democratic primary in. June. I have had forty County general Telegraph circulation' a newkitaper. havIng Together with all and elnculmr Ii.lt
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TIlE BEST MAN BY TRYING TO FIGURE OUT WHERE THE I years of continuous practical experience In handling railway County Florida appurtenance tenement,thereunto hereditament belon>"nd'.ln> ""I I t. ,_ _

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OF VOTING!, POSTPONE IT FOR TIlE SECOND PRIMARY. I make your confidence I'ood.&nd merit your continued W. ALDRKMAN. This 16th day of April A. a. CRRW8 A. t>. 111.A ..... .<<.f i .

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Bradford County Telegraph 1.1'| .From Other Pens. J ---I r I [ c7jg oJ 1 Late- I I I authoress. A Porno_ NATHAN MAYOANSWERS


i' Established 1877 all the words I' ever said,
: n .. 'O, ,, fifl500 T.5o elassifj I lot meanest are' 1. know; KING

From the Bradford County Tele- When I was milking, one frosty
1vM E M B E I3, graph: "Old Sol, with his rays has By RUSSELL KAY I morn; -

; \ officially ushered In summer." May 23rd. 19332. Secretary, Florida Prett AMociauoi, And the calf stepped on my toe. Tallahassee May 25.in

FLORIDAPRESS ASSOCIATION\ \ Summer with its usual pests. Who Editor Bradford County Telegraph letter to Franklin O. King, cZ?

t.T" () among us can now sing that old Starke. Fla Well, It wont be long NOW. And Why wear out a perfectly good date for Commissioner of Agrlcui

' 1932 ballad, "There Ain't No Flies onUs Dear Sir: are a lot of poor candidates all pair of feet standing? You don't ture, made public here today Com

t ::J atwvtd: :Je.cn.ida" .... ?" Miami Beach Sun. Tour repor ,P* the' decree construing flglty and nervous. I mean they sleep standing up. missioner Nathan Mayo, canal
-a---- the wiff' of J. 'W. Alvarez, are, and some of 'em have good date to succeed himself, chareei

The Cocoa Tribune has discovered published lastweek, 'was" erroneousin reason<<; to be. Then man and lamp differ little that King: Is being supported, tl.

' Fridays and Entered as Second Class i that each county is In favorof several'respects. -they are both lit before being nanclally and otherwise by a grOUp
Published Weekly on Florida laying off road construction There was no,contest of the WILL Press agents been bit in' their, put out. of citrus growers who seek to
du
q.' '' Matter at the Post Office at Starke, I other counties. Starke Telegraph :The heirs and executors merely finger nails and got their pepfclls violence to the citrus Industry of

? And any county of ours submitted the matter', to the circuit all wore down writln' hooey about The well digger is about the Florida.
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Owner and Publisher I could stand a reduction In numberof court and prayed that the circuit [ who's whoey. They would have us only fellow that makes good when Mayo also embraces the .
.. ________ oppor.tunlt.y
E. S. Matthews .... .. -- judicial circuits! Tea, that too ia court enter a declaratory de- believe that the Governor's Race is he's down. In his vigorous letter to

$, :J. C. Robinson ..n_ __ ._ _____________ Managing Editor I true! --lJrnson Journal. cree. The county commissioners between John and Cary, with both reply In detail to King's many cam.patgn .
,
-oAs -- --- and city of Starke were made par of the Blg-Rx'a so far ahead And I've named the mule Gillette statements. He characterizes

one exchange points out, the I ties to the suit by special order' I they're not only leadin' everything because he pulls well. King's utterance as pervlslons of
RATE
l SUBSCRIPTION roots of all our governmental of Judge A. Z. Adkins, and after else' but they are leading EACH the truth.

Yearly, $1.50; Six:: Months, 75c-Payable In Advance troubles can be traced to the fact consideration/ held that of the the will whole Is valid case and the OTHER. The heights of aompin'-a-nother,, "King." states Mayo, "is being
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hat: voters will cast their ballot for Judge would be for a man to divorce his sponsored by those growers and
, a
i Advertising: Rates on ApplicationIt the best handshaker and the fastest binding as to all Its bequests. of Politicians have been jumpln' on wife while the depression is on, pay shippers who have not only violat

talker in preference to those men money and personal property.The and off stumps so fast and frantic fifty dollars a month alimony when' ed the green fruit and arsenic

be long now capable of finding a remedy for Judge also held thaftia to that they been startln' forest fires he can support her for tour dollars spray laws, but who through litigation .

won't our troublles.-Starke Telegrapb. the real estate and the provisionsof all over the state. a week. have attempted to have

0L And last election it was the one the trust for building a public these statutes declared Invalid

this will not be the 22nd of June, who could tell most about "rear library "contained and expressedin Tom Watson says he may be out The secret Is out. Rudy Vallee Taking cognisance<<: of King's denial
,t The longest day year ends of Fords" who got the votes. paragraph six and seven are of GAS but Insists that he ain't learned to toot a sax through a that; he Is not being bucked

+ ;. but the 7th. What a system of elections we do I Invalid, null and void and of no out of the Race. He claims to be correspondence school. Times- by this element, Mayo says, ''T

1 I 6 o have!-Bronson Journal. effect, for the reason that the sameis the PEOPLE'S Candidate, but the Union. Good thing you said sax have in my possession absolutely

: should be called cowways in- -0- vogue,, indefinite, uncertain and big question Is whether the PEO instead of sing; no correspondenceschool conclusive evidence that King'scandidacy

'' In some sections the road Our congressman, R. A. Creen, Incapable of enforcement and PLE know it or not.I would take a slur like that : Is sponsored by these

't stead of highways. of Starke, seems to be sitting in for the further reason that thereIs without fighting. and and the voters of the citrus
\\k these no power in this court to compel don't know whether you been fruit belt very well know who it Is
of
} ; 'a+, o the seat the mighty days
w y i t 1 the week-end make He gets his ten thousand per with- the defendants, the board ofcounty keeping. your eye on this fellow Wish I could think of somethingto that brought him out and are now

..i Monday's reports of casualties over out a worry, a speech, or a penny. commissioners and the Caldwell or not, but If you ask' say in regards to a mosquitolike exerting every effort to nominate
second-raters.( Silver platter style.-Perry Her- Mayor and City Council of the Cityof me, that guy has got more on the the one that has been buzzin'' him."

' ,' wars appear o ald. Starke, to accept the said trust BALL than most of 'em, and a round me for the last half hour,, In this connection Mayo exhib

attempted to be conferred upon lot of folks other candidates been without ited
.- o-- and it's twelve o'clock an a photostatic copy of a letter
', In a battle of tongues a woman is usually able to hold Political rings of brass sometimes them by the said devise." COUNTIN' ON are gonna vote for idea for my next paragraph. I will written by C. A. Stewart, general

own-if it's paralyzed. beat those of gold. -Starka The decree was signed and recorded him and see what whappena. at least says If? a sure bet that he manager of L. Macy Inc.. of

1t her o-< --' -- Telegraph. Why bring that up f on the 18th day of May; has no principle In the least. Frostproof, one of the most extensive
aI The various candidates will take 1932. The Business Administrationboys citrus growers and shippers of

The high price of breaking in new husbands has caused a care of all the political rings.- I might add that Mrs. N. D. haven't lost HART yet, and O, yes) If money talks as the Florida, in which the writer solicits

"'t in divorce activities. Bronson Journal. Wainwrlght was not a party to the Little David of Daytona Beach Is old adage goes I wish that last support for King's candidacy.
; slump ----0- proceeding and that all the heirs still play tn' his harp with a nice quarter I let go last year would Mayo charges that this letter Is

1t and anxious to see flock of followers.Mr. it'd been this mailed to voters in all
number With nine candidates for governor were willing have told me gone being parts
1 The big sale of hats this year is caused by the settled for the race, we this provision of the will carriedout long.If. of the state.
sna
thrown into the political arena. should be able to get one governorout but the court held that the Durrance seems to be terribly L. Maxcy, the commissioner

of the lot.-Starke Telegraph.Yes will itself was Incapable of enforcement up-set about the kind of there's no place like home why states,,4s one of the group of citrus

it o In spite of dire predictions ofa <.*' trousers Mr. Hardee wears, and does a man prefer a game of golf growers who recently brought action

? is v The woods and fields:' are going to look kinder lonsesome Republican governor next time! Kindly give this correction the complains about the length of timeIt his day off from the office? to test the validity of the

of the picture. -Bronson Journal. same prominence as the original takes him to sit down. Probably e green fruit and arsenic spray laws.
!, + with candidates out -o-- article. I If Charley is elected he'll give "These disgruntled growers" he

ill, 4ffl o Amos Yuurs truly, us a better administration by MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION: declares "brought their suit in the
Comptroller I
While one candidate for governor eliminated himself, JLF-h. J. L. FRAZEE wearln' a SUN SUIT and stayln'on circuit court. Losing there the
'.- Ills feet for four years. Recognizing that victory for
case was carried to the
it's to voters to eliminate seven more. I No matt could have been state ,'I supreme
; up : recent America In the World War was court, which upheld the law."
---0 comptroller during years I all hoppln' on John at cost in
FIRST YOUNGBERIUES And they're purcbased a frightful Discussing the tight being on
without criticism
experiencing severe
state lts if I Martin because he bought up a few lives and suffering, and that the
for
r'' We might be able to get better officials and vicious attacks. There him Mayo says that King Is being

,,. fortune to make the race.' I, are always those who are rel! z't it didn't require a young folks that couldn't of country,
{ blame state officials when banks fine Youngberries Wednesday, away from pay all other citizens our of citrus growers and shippers who<
I
__ ._-o field their taxes. But this is a FREE owe a lasting debt of gratitude to are opposed to all laws and regular
Tall and Comptroller Amos baa the first yield from an acre
the ocean alone by air, country, ain't It, and John has as those who sacrificed life and healthto tions the citrus fruit Industry
Mere man was the first to cross borne the brunt of this throughout ; of plants. He has two acres of the governing
t q showed how it could be done in less time. the prolonged period of business plants, one now in bearing, and niach. right to earn a HONESTIvin' make that victory possible, I In Florida "Their soleidea"
ry, then a woman distress In Florida. plans to ship a bushel within the as the next guy, so why pickon deem it fitting that the citizens of he declares, "is to gain con

oIm'erncs3 Any fair-minded voter thus will next few days tp the' New York him. our city should once each year trol of the office of commissionerof

Chronicle June 8th will be a day of head recognize that the mere fact that market as an experiment to de- honor the dead and aid the living agriculture In order that they
says Over In Tampa they got more wearing the Memorial Poppyof
p4 charges have been hurled termine their carrying qualitiesand by may operate in el-fiance t of all lawn
against
aches and alibis. And a lot will lose faith in their fellow men. Comptroller Amos during thia, demanU() .for,this berry names on the registration books the American Legion and the enacted for the protection of the
than they have addresses in the American Legion Auxiliary. "
industry
nA 0 period should not be held against
city plrectory, and so many folks On Saturday, May 28th, the These men, Mayo charges, would
; him. It he Is to be condemned
', Get yourself a grandstand seat for the big election return Because there have been bank; FORNATHAN got their Poll Tax paid on the women of the American Legion prostitute the Industry for finan-

party on the night of June 7th at the Telegraph office. failures, so likewise must similar VOTE last day that the tax collector had Auxiliary, working as volunteers, cial gain, as they desire a free

r o officials In all states be condemned, to: wprk all day Sunday makin' out will otter to the people of Starke hand in the shipment of green and
So stop wonderln' which poppies made by disabled
receipts. paper immature fruit.
For the number of registered voters, Bradford county for the the practice Florida throughout system Is not the unlike nation MAYOCommissioner way old Hillsborough Is gonna GO. World War veterans in replica of "The commissioner," Mayo says

will likely show a larger percentage qualified to vote than any where nearly 3,000 banks have It's already GONE. the wild poppies which bloomed on "does not make the la.\ S. He Is
the battle fields of France and merely the Instrument provided for
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closed during the depression.We
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i't' other county. can weigh against Mr. Amos, And from readln' these political Belguira. The poppy Is recognized their enforcement, and he declares"as

l i -o------ If we would be fair, only whatever ada I find that just about all the throughout the world as the sym- long as I am commissioner of

? Bronson Journal says they are going to test the Cedar attempts to convict him of misdoings of candidates BELONG. They are bol of World War sacrifice All agriculture that is what I propose
Masons Elks Shrlnera, Knights, contributions made for the flower entrustedme
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disclose to do. The people have
It'll more
few days. probably have been successful. We
Key oil well within a Owls, Woodmen, Eagles, Odd Fellows are expended for the welfare of the with that responsibility."
had at the last session of the leg-
lr ; or less salt water stature the of or what have you, and believeme. living victims of the wor, Wearingthe -
spectacle a
very
If I was SECRETARY of a performs the dual pur-
o poppy
energetic and fiery self-appointed
Agriculture J lot of lodges over the state I'll bet pose of paying tribute to the dead Bradford County
favor for abolishing the prosecutor who was elected on his
i There seems to be a growing I'd see to it that these babies had and contributing to the welfare of
that his first act In the M
promise
in its assess every voter one dollar their DUES paid before I let 'em the living.
dollar poll tax and place general assembly would be to move Alderman
for failing to vote. I for the Impeachment of the comp- try to RIDE the Fraternity for a Now, therefore I, H. C. Wall,, Needs G. \\V.
I lot of BROTHERLY votes. Mayor of the City of Starke, do
troller. He made good this promise N
o and worked tirelessly to hereby proclaim Saturday, May Clerk
The bad little boy who used to hide his cigarette smoking duce evidence to auppprt pro-the Since becoming And Mr. Codrington of Palatka 28th, Poppy Day as its
your ells that I'm all wrong about I that all citizens of Starke
hide his : me urge
is satisfied if he can just charges that had Droved so effective -
from mother, now Ruth takln' Mark for a RIDE. He observe this day by the wearing of Bradford Uke'
County
an vote-catchers, yet in the Commissioner I have Because
from her. operated its be the other way a veteran-made American Legion
cigarettes end his was the only vote in the says gonna all other counties In Florida has a.
,V 'round. And the lady you meet and American Legion AuxUlary
o bonded Indebtf'dnInror
entire house cast against Mr. the entire Depart- heavy
it not but it happens in a dry country. Massachusetts Amos.! WALKIN' BACK will be Mrs. poppy. I further urge that the red In the building of roads, and.
Believe
or ,
Owen. Mebbe so, but I'm not convinced citizens of our city, who gave so must be met.
The noise attendant to this attack ment WITHOUT TAXATION throe obligations
man died at the age of 101 years, and for 69 years I and if Mr. Wilcox picks gallantly of their services and so
and the complete fizzle of Alderman hall been Instrumental
4 that little lady In his Cadillac, of their substance during
liberally
he never tasted water. these oratorical firecrackers when and from fees up In the reduction of your tax**, In
I'm bettln' she takes it away from : the war, remember on this day
o It came to producing any real evidence .spite of the additional tax necrti-
from him and drives right on up I those who were called upon to give and
the Is collected have turned of bond
N against comptroller for the! payment
Lindbergh has had to take a lot since his flight across to Washington BY HERSELF I that irreplacable. treasure, their sary
\ characteristic of all the vituperation Interest.He .
\ !; the ocean, but the limit is reached when they refer to the wasted upon Mr. Amos' administration over to the state a sur- I health and strength, and when purr has KNOWLEDGE EXPERIENCE
looks like Mr.
Right now it chasing a poppy be as generous
woman flyer as a female Lindy. Roosevelt was all fixed as the as their means will permit in order AND IS CAPABLE In the
A recent report from the comp- plus of $1,196,623.71thus eounty's **"
of the
for President, management
o Democratic nominee that the women of the Auxiliary
troller showed the substantial gain
but :Mr. Smith and Mr. Traylorand may continue their work of mercy fairs.
candidates positively assert they now being made in deposits In state helping to keep "
After hearing four :!! NEEDSYOUR
Mr. Garner and a few other and relief during the coming year. WillG.. W. ALDERMAN

4 r would be the next governor, we realize that lying is absolutely banks return of and a other healthy evidence condition.of The the down taxes.:'I have prac guys are standln' 'round with amonkeywrench (Signed) H. C. Wall, VOTE
waintin' to throwit.
Mayor. lie !. not a young man and cannot
necessary to a politician. man who boa weathered all the '
ticed while others and you Just can't tell what turn to other line of endeavoran
0.- storms of recent years, holding a economy
will happen. MINSTREL AT HAMPTON as a person.
easily younger
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steady course under the most difficult -. ..'"
Think of the additional jails taxpayers would have to conditions, surely Is entitledto preached It. Negro minstrel at Hampton City lie has spent the better portion
Well anyhow one. group of pol- HaU Friday night May 27th at 8 money
of his
all
and
their life
if everything of his
; build to hold political candidates oppon the fair sailing that now seemsto
ba iticians will RIDE the Elephant o'clock by local talent. and educating seven chil
lie ahead. In event, it Is raining
,' ents said about them was the truth. any and other gang will RIDE the .
always, dangero i to allow the The voters of Florida 'Donkey while you and me can go I LOCAL TALENT AT LAWTEY dren.
x xd. o of show his sincere appreciation
win
passion disgruntled politiciansto He
;right on WALKIN1, unless we want Come and spend an evening with
i Good advice from an exchange-Vote for the man you I sway our minds In choosing a know that If 1 'am ''reflected I to try RIDIN' the BULL. Aunt Jemima at Lawtey schoolhouse of your vote work by, prompticourteous
for office and and honest
an
man so important
efficient courteous and who is not mak Monday evening. 8 o'clock
a''. ; believe to be honest, If we rely only upon official records the of by local talent. Paid. Political Adv.
ing a lot of silly impossible promises.'b and the calm judgment of Department l -=.

those who have weighed theM rec. JUCIJPEPPER, I
o Agriculture will not be
ords Impartially there can be. no 1
t'' Study the sample election ballot printed in this issue. doubt that Mr. Amos will be kepton politically mortgaged to u.Red"I I VOTER FOR

Select the men capable%of giving you the best service in the the job.-Miami Daily News. RED PEPPER __
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office they seek, and on June 7th mark X to the right of the SIX CARS CUCUMBERS: a group of violators of; A columnist Is one bird that can L. H. FLITCH

i feed the people something they

name. Approximately 3OOO hampersof the Anti-Arsenic law or don't want yet serve it to a way FOR

o cucumbers have been shipped they'll like It. fi

Voting for a man merely because he needs or wants the from the local express platform to fraudulent real estate .
If love makes the world go Public Instruction
during the past few days,, going to Superintendent
+ i' r'' office might result in the voters having to pamore: taxes the Manhattan Produce Companyof exploiters: ,. 'seeking control round that give us room to believe ti

'i to support him because of the! manner he directs the affairs of Brooklyn. These cukea were' that some guys heads were BRADFORD COUNTYI

ft'I the office. grown by members of the growers' of the department till" dizzy when they were "hitched.

d'; .; o association' under contract, and have never asked for any public office before.I ti
? r, this is the first season this method for personal gain.
Farmers are the biggest gamblers on the face of the has been tried by our farmers. Maybe Mother) Eve did wear I have never quit teaching to r any other work. !

earth-and the most optimistic of all. In spite of two years Cold killed the first crop shortly dress of fig leave Wonder thougt I will not engage In any other work while In office. Jt
think of this !
what she'd year'sbathing
before the vines started bearingand ,
bad seasons and partial crop failures they are already diggingin the dry weather hAmpered suits r 'will guard judicially all exp enditures for public schools.I '
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for the next season's strawberry,crop. There cannot always !- growth of the !second crop. am qualified for the job.

i1 be adverse weather and market conditions and the Nathan Mayo The first time a girl falls In love the YOUR VOTE AND SUPPOR T WILL BE APPRECIATED: =
BrookaviUe -A. I. Andreu opened .I she imagine abe originated
who his' food and feeds and has a small .
r s farmer grows own service station at Scarborough'sGarage idea.-Times-Union. And marries Paid Political Adv.

acreage to cash crops will be the one to come out on top. I I on Dade City highway Paid Political I Adv. on the strength of that same idea,,

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