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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 10, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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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Martin Maintains 1( HEAVY VOTE CAST IN TUESDAY'S 1:1: : fl"! : :




Lead for Governor Tabulation f County Vote I PRIMARY FOR COUNTY- OFFICERS- ,.t ;; .



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I Reports from Jawkso'lI1 TlnirsI 1.,!! Club Boys Are I (iinllfli-.l K.l.-ctor: Mark Inspectors For J

nltm at 10:30: a. m. Thursday Attending Silo r a 4u lieu\li-Nt Voting In l'ount.v' IIHlory. -
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morning I gave the following returns Course This {Week I ;. a oS= gf ::11 e.l Second 1
on the governor's rage: l e a 0. 1ic / '"" Primary
Harder. 42,67 rJJ N w a w 8 Eighteen hundred and] ten votes
Martin, 53,723. Short course scholarships were x x ti ro were cant Tuesday In the primary
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..holt43,788.. awarded to eightH Club boysin .L election this number. being: cast for Are
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t aI.llnll wait fourth and gaining Union and seven In Bradford .. t J, F" the three candidates' for superlntemlent ,
counties last fall at the end of the of schools.' The
llarde next high.'
rapidly on woe leading for rrpreaentittlx club year; and they are taking State Senator: eat group of votes was !given the _. .
MMirs
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In ('e'oiigre, with Alsop clou- these courses at the University of Maines (Union 489)) ,___ 64 219 In1 6 4.1 9 15 39 1016 candidates for sheriff, both of the (.umm..lull..r". Sleet lit Regular

Hilt! up the leiul In second place; Florida Bradford this county week.: with They the are parties, from Mann (Union 710)) ____207 246 229!) .10 87 37 41 129 1726 group. 'flcI'ThIM named! 1 having record threo Is probablythe candidates 1'1..1011-\.1010..1 Fence. UulhlllllC Stun for f. '

Ik'11 third place. ,
giving the trip, Wilson May, by
highest known In the historyof
In the rare for comptroller, Representative:
Hon. R. A. Green; Cliff Kelly, by the 158
county an
Hinull margins uNSet; the standing Nitrate of Soda Co.; Ivan Hazen, Inman ________161 391 '321 11 90 32 12 51 1069 In the county only failed quaUrle.1vott'rs to cast. The board of county commlxulon-
l.int night. Amos had the lead, era met June 6th, In '
ot second Le third. by state 'club funds; Henry Hinson Pinhol8ter _ _______ _101 121 107 39 41) 16 46 136 615 their ballot, and thin number will regular aeaalon 'J\!
tMteurlngen with all members present aa i
and Nelson Moore by county funds; be cut down by a number of absentee -
Ma jo ua adding steadily to his follows J. U Underhill, chairman ':. '
Woodrow Hlnaon County Judge
Bank :
by
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ofj I ballots to In.
yet come
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King for rommlsitlonerot II. T, Oxteen J. O. >
letul over Crews, J. M. I
iKjrU-ulture Starke; and Ortho Matheny. by Gardiner _____ __10,1 261' ISS 33 43 31) 31 118 813Perryman : The outstanding feature of TutlHhlY'1I Hauler 1111.10. W Mlnmin.
Boys 4-H Crotalarla Club.
The short course boys In Union _._ _____,192!) 278 236: 17 101 16 27 6.i: 932 (officeholders primary defeated wan/ the for number reelection of- The minutes of the last meeting 9

Dave Sholtz, Daytona Beach, county and the parties giving the Sheriff: only two officials In the courthouse were,read I and approved. ;p
Into second place over Cary Mr J II. Fields reported condition
urged trip are: Carl Dukes, by Dr. J. E. being returned
Superintendent
A Hardee, Live Oak, Wednesdaynight Maines; Neal Dukes, by Nitrate of Andreu __________ 85 176 167 18 83 17 ,35 47 628Clemons Griffin and Tax Collector of Mr and' Mrs W A. Feeler 6

In the race for Democratic Soda Co.; Callis Brannen, B. K. ________ 97 108 53: 1 13 3 10 6tJ 352Epperson : Knight. The sheriff's race will !go and after due consideration she, waa
nomination to rank given a special amount of $1000.On .
next gubernatorial to John W. Martin, who had Johns Union and County Lafayette Farmers Thomas Bureau, by; _ _____..132 273 218 33 50 30 14 79 829 Into Kpperwm the second and OHcar, primary Andreu, Sheriff enterIng motion duly seconded and 't

led almost from the start of the Spence Dicks, by Hon. R. A. Green; Clerk of Court : the content, with L. C. demons carried for$30,00 additional was allowed '

I and Seeber Crawford, by tax ii8Hi> Hor, wan eliminated Tues- ,1
ptibe of the eight-cornered contest and Dealers 'Bank. Thomas ___________216 339 316. 45 99 29!) 49 115 120:3: day and N. D. Wainwright and L. of, cattle owners of Bradford } '
county $2000 having been
These boys were outstanding club Assessor: II. Hill will enter the second pil- prev-
With the vote counted from 973or last with IniiNly appropriated making a total
boys excellent '
in the state, year records Hayes __________ 41 188 J48 8 4-t 36 7. 67 539 mary.In of $r>(000. '
the 1,283 precincts and are given these trips asa the three-cornered, content,
Sholtz polled 35,749 compared with reward for good work done. The Hill ____"_________241 120 't 6:1: I 11 5:3: 3 2:1: 1')6') 570 superintendent of schools, A for J. PetltlolllIking for allowance of

44,720 for the Live Oak bankerand givers of these trips are assistingin Wainwright ______ 34 2,16 2n: 32 .16 10 27 ()6) 692 Griffin eliminated both opponents Anton Oilmen from Hrooker, wall> 4
former governor. developing the farmers : received and considered. After due
young
securing 102.1: of the 1810 Vote
Martin's vote was 41,916 Increasing and helping them grow Into useful Tax Collector: cast/ for thin office. Thin wan the i roimlderatlcin he was granted the t
the tabulation Hum of $200 per month.
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steadily as proceeled. citizens. Johns _:_________129 247 206 31 10t 17 29 78 841"Knight only three-cornered race settled. In Sarah Rlgdon wall stricken from t
They will have the benefit of the the first I
Running strongly as the big vot- various departments of the agricul- _________175 306 235 20 40 3,1 31 108' 9.19 primary.In the pauper roll she having' moved I + t
the district offices, a clean
from the
ing population was reported Sholtz tural college and experiment station county.
carried Plnellas, Broward, Volusla, while there and will be given County Supt.: sweep was made, with three exception John J. Morgan called up the

Hardee, DeSoto and Wakulla and Instruction by the trained leadersIn Futch _ _________ 47 47 23 6 30 4 13 51 230 *: J. M. Hosier, county commie.sioner question an to allowance for Mra.Margaret d y
District O. W. Hlnson
Land
was away in the lead In Duval, the various lines of agriculture Griffis _ _________197 346 259 12' 50 35 36 DO 102 from District 4, were unopposed Norton. After further i r
Palm Beach, Polk St. Johns, Pasco livestock ] consideration she was allowed $2,OO Y fiJ
and Okalooaa, Including, field crops, fertilizers, dairying, horticul-poultry Wiggins _______ 70 156 160 3.1 58 12 11 5:1: 555 and their names did not appear on per month. ;'I it
the ballot. J. T. Moore, memberof Mr.
He was leading in Hillsborough ture and farm Hemingway presented the
engineering. They
Co. Comr. 2
: the school board district 1 will
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claim of his
mother for a reduction
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by a slight margin. will also have athletic contests and \
The other candidates' vote: Cald- swimming. Conner _________ 319 319! go Into the second primary with In valuation on lands. The '
U. II. Bennett, R. A. Ncwaom being .
well 29,106 Durrance 23,881 Gomes Crews 205. : 205 commlsnlonera agreed to look after i i
; ; The short
course will end Friday a.... -4N.. i ?' r-- -+W.+M. ........ ... eliminated.Dr, reduction of valuation on her
5778; Hart 7160; and Watson night witha, camp fire radio program '
J. M. Mann for state senate lamia for 1932. '
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3288.Mark over WRUF at 8 o'clock Co. Comr. 3 : -: 'J

\Vllcrfx advocating repealof which Is sure to be worth listeningto. Thomas __ _______ 293 .," 293 and O. M. Inman, representativewon Bank of Starke waa designated \
easily In both contests. I I"
the Eighteenth Amendement, County an county depository for all county'funds. i
continued to add to his advantage i 4-H Club Boys to Hold Camp Underhill _______ 148 t,, -' )>> 148 Judge Gardiner lost to E. K Per- 11 I '. I

over Rep. Ruth Bryan Owen, who All the 4-H Club boys are en- ryman by 119 votes; G. W. Alder The board then proceeded to appoint r"

offered a referendum plank. With titled to attend camp this summer; Co Com 5 : man, clerk of court, was defeatedby Inspectors. and clerks for the '' j':. ', I

303 of the 419 precincts in the and arrangements have already Andrews_ ______ ; 58 109 167 A. J. Thomas with a lead of 609 second primary election to be held : Ii' : :

Fourth Congressional District com- been made for them to camp at Osteen _' _-._____. 1 82 83 vote his, ; Tax pout Collector by a margin Knight of retained 108 June ZNth 1932.t: t.;I ,. "+
pleted, the vote was.Owen: 27,614, Interlachen[ at same place they I Precinct No. k; J. S. Austin? "
Wilcox 32,728. camped last year Schoo'' Board 1 : Votes' Tabulation of district offices clf'rk. H, A. Blanchard, H. 8. Norman i"" '

Rep. Tom Yon, dry," went into The Bradford can be secured from table and J. M. Reddish, Inspectoral.Precinct '
boys of Union and i
Bennett _______ 51 238 289 printed page. '
the lead In the Third CongressionalDistrict counties will go to camp together I No.2: Lorenzo D.i'; t

race, polling 10,134, votesin as last year and,will be In camp Moore ___________194 147 i 341 In the presidential contest Koose- Green, clerk; J. W Edwards, H. It.LvwlH : E to',

191 precincts compared with 1 from Monday until Friday after Newsom _ ______?_ 56 H2 198 velt was given a vote of 1302 to and If. L. Norman, Innpectors -'' I'. t
9754 for Millard Caldwell and 5,105for noon. 73 for Murray and 20 for Chasuee. t .

R. G. Paterson, both favoring The county and state officials School Board 2: The tablu doea not carry the votes. i Precinct No. 3: J. L. Peek, clerk j ,,,I i t

referendum. will have charge of the camp, andIt Manning __:__..._:_ 254 20. 274'May cast for presidential electors, delegates Albert Anderson, Russell McRae f ; I '
With 269 precincts tabulated In will be conducted In class and committeemen, their and W. H. Sibley, Inspectors. \'
a high
_______. ._ 165 31 196 t
the First Congressional District, manner. No 4-H club boy should -, number being too great to secure a Precinct No. 41 s F. T. Abernathy :}: 1--

Rep. Herbert J. Drane, had 19,369, fall to attend this camp. School Board 3: \ ," correct tabulation and place Into clerk; J. A. J. McKinney, 8..1. 1 i!.: I
Sumter L. Lowry Sr.. 9126 and J. type In time for this Issue: t
Kelley ________ ,v :'" 37 86 48 .100 271 specture.t' tl
Hardin Peterson 13911. All of- STUDENTS HONOR a. F. SCOTT AUop leaa the ticket for representative -I I .. ; Iqf\ ;f

fered to vote for referendum.John WITH SOUTHERN ANNUAL SurrencY' __________ 15 55 11 92 173 at large, securing 428 Precinct No. at I J. A Wllllama, ,"',; 1'n n'

T. Alsop, Jr.. with 28,721 votes. Sears ran second with 313. clerk, Luther Watternon, Claude J j i ,In"'

and W J. Sears'with 30,516 were The Interlachen student yearbook Constable 2: For governor Durrance received HouHcr and Lee Parker, Inspectors. ? 1 ;!

the leaders for congressmanatlarge. at Southern College for 1831- Johns _ ________ 220 216 9 70 24 539Thornton : 527 votes; Martin running second Precinct No.6: Jake Carlston. ,,'., 1
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They favor referendum. W. 32, Is dedicated to Prof. George F. with 338 and Hardee with 330. In clerk, Willie Swindle, Cleveland ,, f. io'lt.1! ,
________ 283 199 31 63 22 597 .
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D Bell, ardent dry had 18,133; Scott, who has served 12 years as the comptroller's race, Lee re Sullivan and J. S. Grlnter, Jr., In- 9'' '! "

Lester Jennings :12,711 and Asher a member of Southern College faculty ceived 881 votes, Amos 458 and spectors. 'l 1 ,
Frank 8558. The latter two are at Lakeland. Swearingen 361 For commission Precinct No.7: Stafford U. ))1 ,' i

for repeal. Announcement that Prof. Scott President: er of agriculture King was given Crews, clerk; E. A, Sapp, T. B. :j\ ,
.I I 722 votes to 649 for Edwards and 1 O. F. Tomllnson, In- !/ ,
county Mayo. Doug'lallH -
M. Lead
Highlands had been selected for the honor Chassee ________ 1 8 6 __ 2 __ __ :3 20 l' j
legislator, who fought Ernest Amos was received with enthusiastic ap- for railroad commissioner, received spectors. i ,
bitterly through the long sessionsof proval by the faculty and students. Murray __ __ 11 22 20 __ 8 1 __ 11 73 949 votes, Burr holtllng second Precinct No. 8i: Alvin Clemons, l!J ,'

the legislature last year, forged Prof. Scott grew to manhood In Roosevelt _______209 347 340 49 117 .,45 58 137 1302 place with 108. clerk; N. E. Baxter, II. B. Thomas JI'I,: K' I
Into the lead In the race for nomi- Starke, and at one time was superIntendent The complete tabulated returns and II. B. Crosby, Inapector. \I : (,

nation for comptroller, having 42- of public Instruction for Representative Con.: are given elsewhere, and the unofficial There being no further bualne"h; ;\\1

25S votes in 722 precincts to 39- Bradford county., Alsop __________ 53 150 124 6 51. 14 4 26 328 returns from Union countyare the commissioners adjourned until r"" ; i,
936 the flrst Monday In July, that be* J s\\ ; '"
for Miami i'I
Amos. Van Swearingen, S also published covering all offices I
counted 27,542.Commissioner ONE KILLED. FIVE HL'IITIV : Bell _ __ ______u 32 78 86 __ 17' 16 18' 41 288 except district. Ing the regular time for meeting. ; '" ..t

: of agriculture Na- AUTOMOBILE: CRASH Frank ___, _______ ::3'' 10 5 __ M 1 __ r 20 The streets and vacant lots between r ',[
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than Mayo maintained a substantial Jennings _________ 17 38 41 __ 9 2 10 11 128 the Telegraph office and the OLD TIMK.IC VISITS NTARKE'I: t ;tv, ",1
lead over State Senator Franklin J. B. Kite, Jr., son of Mr.. and courthouse were Tuesday f
jammed }
SeartL ,74 68 .75 8 :n __ 22 :m 313
O. King in their fight for the Mrs. J. B. Kite, was killed and several -1"------- night by citizens from every section W J. Thebaut, a former resident rtr .r ,

nomination for commissioner. In other members of the family Governor; : of the county, coming here to of Starke, now a retired bUMI'i'l t. I Ii. ,
'S2!! precincts Mayo bad 59,505 and were Injured In an automobile accident the nesa man of Atlanta, visited ; ,,'J
returns from the
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King 47,241. in Lake Butler Sunday. Caldwell _'_ ______ 32 12 25 3 11 __ 7 38 128 secure placed near the courthouse.screen Good Friday, looking up old friends and ': ) l Ii,4'1 i,

Young_Kite was riding on the Durrance _ ______ 65 120 138 40 33 32 31, 68 527 service was rendered by representatives acquaintances after a lapse of more 'J \ f jt

CAN FOR UNEMPLOYED: running board of a roadster driven Gomez __--____.,_ __ 1 l' __ 8 __ __ __ 10 In each precinct In telephoning than forty years. Mr. Thebaut t.i' /j--J ,y
')Jainesvllle. Fla. About 4.000 by his brother-in-law, Charles came to Starke for the first time ) :,
ardee ______ 64 114 84 2 20 5 __ 41 330 or bringing In the returnsas I }' ).
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qt arts of beans were canned here Thomas, of Gainesville and In at- fast as they could be secured In 1812 from Jacksonville as agent ; fI S 1

luring the last month for the un- tempting to pass another car near Hart ____________ 26 119 77 2 14 3 4 28. 293 the first coming In at 8:45: and the and telegraph operator for the old | ; 5r ;o'j'

employed. The beans were donated i a small stone bridge, Thomas lost Martin ________ 65 102 88 2 60 10 3 8 338 last wall thrown on the screen at A. O. A W I. T. railway, now the 'M+ fc
', the Red Cross local farmers control of his car which struck the Seaboard. lie was married to Hob
by 2:45! In of this *
: a. m. early
____ 22 28 12 __ 3 __ 13 2 80 spite ; :iv
Ti' Red Cross had them picked culvert of the bridge and turned Sholtz _ __ hour the crowd remained until the en Martha Simmons, daughter of

an,' they were canned under the .u- turtle, injuring young Kite to such Watson ________ 1 4 3 1 __ __ __ __ 9 final results were known covering Dr. C. A. Simmons, In 1873 at the

iI vision of Mrs. Grace F. Warren, an extent that be died shortly af- county off Icea. old Pace home. 'I' h
i .ime demonstration agent. terwards. Comptroller Mr. Thebaut was accompanied to
In this connection the Telegraph )
:a Alvin Kite who was standing on Amos __________ 62 163 142 14 22 6 3 46 458 expresses Its appreciation to every Starke by two of his eldest eons ( I 1,
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board of the Dr. W. M. Thebaut now a
the opposite running Lee ____________112 170 136 14 D8 33 45 .76 684 one who contributed toward pay practicing -
.\.CUCUMBERS car, was badly cut and bruised and dentist of Manila, Philippine
Mrs. Thelma Kite Thomas sustained Swearingen ______ 79 102 105 7 '16 7 10 35 361 Ing the expnhae of the "show", to Island, who was born in i '
TODAY, those who worked with us In each I
v bone and bruises. In 1877 and has for the past
a broken collar _
I' Com: Agriculture: precinct In sending In the returns,
With | Two other sisters, Ella Mae and : three years been residing
the plentiful supply and the Postal In the
i, >f cukes available with closmg Nina, sustained bruises but were King __________128 186 148 8 107 23 29 93 722 efficient handling Telegraph of state returns. :The other eon, Capt. J. C. i iU

of the shipping season | not seriously hurt. :Mayo _ _________106 191 210 16 23 16 26 55 649 Length of the state ballot, prevented IUS. army (retired) re Ij : 4
i Berkeley, Calif., and with his t
t-i lousewlves should not depend more complete returns being secured 4
lUETIiODISTLaymen' I ily motored to Atlanta a few
U. U. Commls.ner:
upon the stores to supply s earlier In the evening.
at the Methodist for the first 1 t,
t t- pickles during the next year. u Day June 12th. Burr ____________ 58 62 ,45: 3 10 9 _. 11 198 ---{ .- _.- ago than family being'M* r S
+. On church Sunday morning more thirty years. #
given page 6 of this Issue are '' Let every Methodist be In his Byrd __ ________ 21 27 24 __ 8 2 6 6 94 Pour boiling water over pota- Mr. Thebaut'a grandson. t 'r i
s;: three recipes for cu- and time. It Is dollar day : toesbefore baking' them and let McLeod Tbebaut also ,
i :umber pickles, tried and place on. Davis ---------p----_ 9' 27 22' __ 10 6 3' 3 80 was a i
> them stand for 20 minutes.
offering to aid They ber of the
r tested: and guaranteed to our also.aged Bring ministers your and state missionaries Douglass _,___ ___ 27 141 159 32 39 7 24117 549 will bake faster and be more mealy lie Is a student party at visiting the +

fine onvert raw cukes Into as ; God bless you and them. Newbern ____ u 42 19 15 2 18 1 18 13 127 -- --- of California.

Try pickles'em anyone wants. The Laymen of our church will Redding. ___ 18 19 21 6 31 2 69 Williston-.. W Rutland leased + -
Bro. O. W. White la filling station opposite Methodist Wiltleton umbers 4
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, 8TARKE. FWltID"u FRIDAY. JUNK, 10. IDS? I

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nlng Mrs Victoria Monds was visiting Mm G. W. Roberts at Lawtey Sun I din-ner : his home In Starker He was accom- : business visitor here Friday aft :

] Mr. and Mrs. S. 1C Dodd and son, her mother Saturday afternoon. day afternoon.Mr. I panied home by his uncle, Bill

BO AT DRAINMinn Robert, were visiting at the homeof / Misses Melba and Myrtle Knight I Kay and st. Clair Moseley Parrish Sunday. Blume. noon.Mr.. and Mrs. L.. O. Rigdon

..M1 ,y Cherry Hurrdl, Cor. I J. J. Zelgler Tuesday afternoon were visiting Miss Lula Wilkerson I attended B. Y. P. U. at Corinth I I'I: Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle had Starke, were visiting Mr. and Mi.

; Saturday afternoon. .'Sunday night 'I as guests Sunday, :Mr. G. D. Fair- Ellis Starling Sunday.Mrs. .
Miss Ruth Bennett of St. Pet. Miss Lula Wilkerson was visiting Mrs. G. W. Roberta of Lawtey,, cloth, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Dekle,

(\I t'Ii Mr and Mrs. Harley Lee of Tam ersburg is visiting her sister. Mrs, I Misses Melba and Myrtle Knight was visiting Mrs J. 8 Sapp Wed Miss Vida Dekle of Lake Butler, I GRAHAM ] Lou Hines. Avy of Hines Gainesville pf Ziff, were and Mi),.

a few Jays C. Sullivan and family. Sunday neaday afternoon.Mr. Mr and Mrs. Dana L. Duke, Miss Minn Ellen Juhnnou, Cur v. -
has been spending iting here
r pa and relatives in Miss Beatrice Alford is visiting I Mr. Harry Wilkerson were visiting J. S. Mathis of Jacksonville, Josephine Blume and Mr. Argo. relatives Sunday.

with friends returning to their homeIn relatives, In Jacksonville M;, Dempsey Knight Sunday Is spending a while with Mr. C. A. Oren Dekle, Mr. and Mrs. M.. P. Mrs. Ruth Frazier and childt., ,.

Starke are ----.-- Mr. Carlos O'Quinn was visitingMr. Pringle Dekle, were shopping In Lake Butler Mrs. Mills and family of Tampa, will return to their' home in t'h-,
Friday.
t Tampa Jacksonville was a Dempsey Knight Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Ancll Thompson'' Saturday and were also visitorsIn have returned to make their home cago, Illinois this week, after v-)
of
!Hall
Rev. at China Grove church Wednesday SANDY LANE Mr. Lloyd spent Saturday night and.son, Kenneth of Woodlawn, I I' Worthington. here.Paul iting Mr. and Mrs. L. C Smith Ill"
visitor with/ Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pre were visiting her sister, Mrs. Allen Prescott of Cooter Pond.'is family for two months.
Quite a number of our citizens
i
G night. I relatives here for while. F. M. Norman of Vanderbilt .. ,
McGauley of Brooker was Ml.. l.nrrn r..n Cur.We watt Saturday night Nolan Saturday. attended the political rally in Lake visiting a \ I
k/ Rev. Wed Mrs. E. L. Wilkerson was/vislt- Among those who were visiting a business visitor here Monday
Tlaon's
visitor at Mr Theo Butler Thursday of last week.
a afternoon. Ing Mra. J. H. Mends Sunday af K. P. Dekle was transacting here Sunday were Lee Byrd Mrs. L. C. Smith and R. M. Johns :

:. nesday Mr. Harry Lewis and daughter,, nre all glad to report that ternoon.Mr. VANDERBILT business in Lake Butler Friday. Rosa Jones and children of Tampa. :were transacting business in Stark?
A with Mr, Leroy Norman Is improving fast and Mrs T. D. Prevatt were Walter Davis of Cooter Pond John Monday.
t Sunday afternoon R. E. Parrish and son, Julius, at-
: spent I after illness with visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mondas Sun- Crews of Lake Butler and Delma
,1 t'' and Mrs Theo Tlxnn and family several\! day's Carrie elloN.i'm.a. for. tended services' at Bethlehem Prim .
He will be allowed to day afternoon. Surrency of Tampa.
Sat pneumonia. I
spent
Mr. James Donnelly itive Baptist church in Baker
with Isadora Gliaaon. return to his own home by Tuesday Mr. Carlos O'Qulnn was visiting and Mrs. Volley McKinney of Sampson Leesburg W. F. Stoudenmu-
night county Saturday Sunday.
urday
.: Mr. Taylor of Hampton preached I or Wednesday Mr. Harry Wilkerson Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Rosier and : I Word was received here Mondayof was visiting Mrs Eva Strick- moved grocery to this city.

i; morning service at China Grove Miss PaulineGreen spent. Sat night. family of Evergreen, spent the day the death of J. B. Kite, Jr., in land Sunday. Bradenton Farmers Hardwai..-
.i i pie morning. urday night and Sunday] with Miss Mr. Willard Manning was visit- I with Mr. and Mrs H. L: Norman The farmers et this section are
church Sunday I' an automobile accident Sunday Co, planning to move to new loc 14-
pfd .l to hear that Mrs Mildred Sanders. ing Mr Lloyd Wilkerson Saturtlay Sunday.Mr. thankful for the rains of the past
We are all glad evening. We extend our sympathyto tion.
Llllle Coleman is better, and.l hope Mrs K. K. Green and daughter, Mrs Walter O'Quinn was visitingher I I and Mrs. Pitt Varnes of the bereaved parents and to our few days. ,-.-
well againHAMPTON Lorene were visiting Mra. W. R mother, Mra. J. K Knight. Jacksonville were,visiting friends Among those who were in Stark
be
S, she will soon neighbors Mr. and Mrs. Math 1as
1 f ----..------- Kersey Thursday afternoon Mrs. L. F. Tyre was visiting her and relatives In this communitythe Duke. Monday were Mr. and Mrs Felton
Miss Juanita Williams Is spendIng mother last week. past week-end. Graves, Mrs. Jim Graves, John
W. C. Smith of Lake Butler vis-
a few days in Starke with Hazel Mr. Harry Wilkerson Miss Melba Messrs A A. Edwards, H. L. and ited Klrke Dekle last week. McKIKnney, L. C. Smith and R.
: and Ida Mae Johns Knight, Mr. Lloyd, Mr. Carloa usHfl\ Norman were transacting M. Johnson.
O. P. Dekle was a visitor to
Herman Woodle and R. L. demons O'Quinn were visiting Mr. and Mrs. business in Jacksonville Thursday Improvements are being made on
'....
.. Aen Nlnron. ( Cooter Pond section Saturday eve-
Ml attended church at. Hellbronn Monde Sunday afternoon.Mr. of last week. the road which extends through our

Saturday night. and Mrs. S. R. Bethea of Miss Mary Alvarez returned ning.Mr. community.J. .

A. A. McDonald and family left Mr. E. E. Green was the guest Jacksonville, spent Sunday night home Sunday after spending a'' and Mrs L. 'd. Johnson were A. A. J. McKinney was in bSTADa

yj this week for Mandarin where they of her sister, Mrs. Bailie Williams\ with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Prescott, week with her sister, Mrs. Irving guests of the Misses. Blume Friday. Slarke Wednesday. ot

expect to make their future home. Monday afternoon. Mrs. Lennie Padgett, Mrs. Ida DeBose of Little Springs. I Mrs. Sarah Jane Dukes, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Surrency and daughter, MAAA Rh.F.
Miss Annie Sanders was visiting Prescott and Earl Prescott were Mrs. R. K. Dukes visited Mr. and of Brooker
.. O. G. Pearce and family of South Misses Doris Burney of Lawtey, were business; visitors
Florida, arrived here this week.: Mra. Emma Woodle Sunday after visiting Mrs E. L. Wilkerson Wed- Louise and Agnes Sapp attendedB. I' Mrs M. P. Dekle Monday here Wednesday

have located in the bungalow noon. nesday. Y. P. U. at Corinth Sunday I Claude Varnes of Jacksonville, After spending a short while

They block from Main street, Genevieve Sanders spent Sunday eSAXTON night. arrived Monday to spend his vaca here Felton Graves, of Lake Wales, 1 I
one with Reba Green. tion here with relatives and returned to his home For lazy liverstomach and
which is owned by M. L. Waterson. night Mr and Mra. Frank Normanthe Thuraday,
.r Mrs. Lottie Watterson of Lees- I Miss Nellie Green was the guestof week-end with Mrs. Norman's friends. accompanied by Rhus McKinney, kidneys, biliousness, indigestion -

: was visiting here last Frl-; :Miss Mae Thomas Saturday eve- parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Crosby Mr. and Mrs. D. L.. Duke visited who will spend a few days there.N. constipation,head
.
burg. ning.. 11JUlie\. Tyler, Cor. of the Rising section.Hartsburff friends in Lake Butler Saturday. D. Waihwrlght of Starke, I ache, colds and fever.

day.M. Z Sullivan, one of the em- Miss Pauline Green and Gene- Lloyd Johnson who has been was a business visitor here Friday. rod. and 351 f? at dealers.

his mother, Mrs. Josephine vieve Sanders attended B. Y P. U. visiting relatives here returned, Oscar Andreu, of Starke, was a
visiting
visiting hoe mothe, Mrs. Josephine at Rising Sunday night. I Mrs. George Rivers was the

this week. Mr. J. R. Kelly and. Randolph guest of Mrs. H. D. Tyler Wednes- :MUM. Virginia Uruntley, (or.

Sullivan Archie Butler, who spent his Crosby passed through this section day afternoon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Brantly and ;

boyhood days in our town has returned SuntJ.ay.afternoon. W. Fredel was was visiting daughter, of DeLand, and Mrs. I *
Mr. H. Ii. Tyler Tuesday. I University Observes Commencement June 6 I II

J. : weeks., any will* bo with us for several night Mill and Louise Sunday Sapp with spent her Saturday cousin, Mr. Geo. Rivers,and Bob to( Baton Meraereau parents of Mr.Starke and were Mrs.visitinghis C. C.

went on a fishing trip Rough
Lamoreaux of South :MIss Doris Burney. .
C. Brantley Monday.Mr.
+' Mra. J.
to her home this :Misses Elvie and Alice Edwards, Lake Wednesday, Mrs. Edwards were.i
and
returned Guy
Florida, Mrs. W. R. Swanbom was theguest
the I
with her father, and Miss Lizzie Harnage were and.l W. H. I
week after a visit Tuesday the guests of Mr. Mrs I
IN, of Mrs. W. A, Tyler '
} guests of'Mrs. T. N. Norman Sun- r (
1' ,i J. F. Johnson. afteinoon. Andrews Sunday afternoon. CCAewffJ ONN' +.

Mra. C. E. Harper has recently day afternoon' .Saturday Mr. Carl Johns of Starke wall a Miss Virginia Brantly and Mice .w.. .. Mr4f.
In Gainesville Miss Agnes Sapp spen Ola Mae Andrews were visiting
been shopping H. D.
with Misses business visitor at Mr. Ty- ; .
O. Haynes and night and Sunday and Freda Brown and "
Mr. and Mrs. afternoon/ Miss Boots I rIc
r ler
Thursday ) ; '
r. B. Hunt were :Mary, and Mildred Alvarez. Johns of Double I ,
daughter, Mrs. Winton Sumner was the guest Miss Willie Mae f. y
K. and I n
Monday.Mr. I. Mr. and Mrs. E. Burney (
Visiting in Starke of Lloyd Bryant of Double Run Run Sunday ,
S. K. Johns .were children of Lawtey were the guests I
and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Skipper of New
last I of Mr and Mrs J. S. Sapp Sunday Sunday. !
B. Roper
W.
Mrs. J. S.
guests of Mra. Miss Jean Tyler was the guest Smyrna were vlsitipg;
afternoon.
Sunday. I of Miss Dorothy Swanbom Sunday Andrewa and family Thursday
at Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Clemons were ,
: Rev. McCauley will preach and Mrs. W. R. Kersey afternoon. morning.
of Mr.
church, of Hampton I guests Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Brantley and
the First Baptist afternoon. Mr. O. T. Nelson attended business -i I II
morning and eve- Saturday family spent Sunday visiting relatives I
next Sunday in Starke Saturday
6 I and
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey
ning. guests of Mr W R. Swanbom has returned i in Palatka. II I
Mr. C. Yarborough were '
Miss Alma Andrews of Lake
home from Fort Myers recently.
Mr and Mrs. J. A. Harnage Saturday II
111 Mrs. Leatherwood and son, William Butler left Friday for New Smyrna

afternoon. of Fort Myers were guests where she will make her home with I
ZIFF Misses Elvie and Alice Edwards' !
were guests of their sister, :Mrs. of Mrs. W. R. Swanbom Friday I her sister, Mrs. Ina Skipper. '- f2Crl4LNr
l., ('.... Mrs. J. S. Andrews was a busi-
ti Minx' !.,,1.' Mae Lee Tate Alvarez Saturday afternoon afternoon.Mr. I I II I
1 Miss Lizzie Harnage was the H. D. Tyler was visiting Mr. ness visitor in Lawtey Monday. (' -. ,+r nusLnaols >
a Mrs. Ina Skipper of New 1
O. T. Nelson Sunday afternoon.
>
of Miss Louise Sapp Satur-
Services were held.l at Dcadon I guest Mrs B. Walden was the guest Symrna were visiting her friend /' eh

., church Saturday of and Brooker.Sunday by day.Mr.. Charlie. Gaaklns and Miss of Mrs A. C. Sumner Sunday af Miss Millie Judd of Double Run + -V' ..
McGauley Friday.
Pastor Mrs. Delatha Starling and chil-, Jeannette Carter passed through ternoon.i T.

Alachua spent several! this section Sunday afternoon.
of
dren of this week" here with her I Miss Nellie Greene waa the guestof l r a:1
days
Mr and Mrs J. B Thornas. Miss Onle Green ,Sunday_ after ItROOKERMl MILLER
parents, I ,

F .Mrs L. Dyal and daughter, Mrs. I'noon.Miss Doris Burney of Lawtey Is '..\.r.. ,f.alnrr.! Cor. 111.e lllrn: "'a..k...hI... ('..r. ;

Joe Ellerbee, and children are upending a few days with her I .
their cousins, Misses Louise and Agnes Crawford
with Dave
of Mr.
spending a while here L. C. Clemons of Hellbronn was Friends
parenta, Mr. and Mra. T. D. Dyal. Sapp. attending to business here Mon will be glad to know his foot is Improving .t nao 1 o'3se
Mr. and Mrs Sam Fonda and Mr. E. R. Gren Is getting readyto day. slowly. We all hope he

,children have been visiting at the saw shingles thin week. L. H. Futch of Hampton, was will soon be able to walk again. -

home of Mr. and Mrs R. U. Thornaa. Our section was visited a few attending to business here Friday. There was a large crowd that : .
days of this week by some good.l at
attended the ice cream supper
W. J. Epperson of Starke was
attending rains and every one wAs glad to last Monday
Mr. Henry Shaw was transacting business here Monday. Mr. J. S. Howard's
q; to business In Jacksonville several see it. Oscar Andreu of Starke, wastransacting night. It was given for the Sun-

days this week. business here Monday day school.
Z Mr. Woodrow Palmer of Fair- H P. Gainey, R. M. Gainey, R. Mr. and Mrs. William Blackwel-

t banks Is visiting\ In our section DOUIILERUN T. Oateen and A. B. Surrency were der and little son Sammie, were A

Mr. Howard passed through our attending to business In Starke visiting her motherMrs.. Lizzie y 'I IuNIVa'QJ'l711

section one day of this week. :\11.| ll<* llrnwn, r.... Monday ... I Dukes last Saturday.The ,tiRlAL ViLRJ- r !g .
Mr. Lee Shaw and Mrs. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Beasley of people of this section were' OF FLORaLA a *, Yi

and little son of Lake Butler were Lake Butler spent Sunday here glad of the rain which fell on the

in our section Thursday. :Miss Freda Brown spent Satur with Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen. crops last week.

Miss Ruby Shaw and Miss Hazel day night with Miss Inez Kersey.. They were accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Blackwelderand :vr.Ga0RGe G. V x' 3r !!P S0. frRAEel

Thomas spent Sunday afternoon Mr. J. C. Simmons was the guestof their son J. W., ,who spent part of children, and Mrs. Sallie Black- v I r a LANFWaDIUG a a

with Miss Lula Mae Lewis. Miss Millie Judd Sunday. lust week here. welder were visiting her daughter, Hon. Cary D. Landla attorney-general. State of Florida will deliver the baccalaureate address AC ch.2'1n *

Mrs. Frank Hlnea and sons, are Misses Virginia Brantly and Ola Mrs. William Brannen who has Mrs. J. S. Dicks last Sunday. commencement. of the University of Florida in Gainesville June(I. Rev. Oeoige Stanley rnu-r. pastor
,4r
home of Mr. and Mae Andrews of Hartaburg section been spending some time here with Friends of Mr. Raymond Clyaatt June i. FrcvId'W: John J.
visiting at the he is First Presbyterian Church, Pensacola, will preach the baccalaureate sermon
Boots and know
the guests of Miss to
were be sorry
will
Mr. vvy
.
Mrs. Bill Hines. I' Fred Brown Sunday.Mr. her and son Mrs.and R. W.daughter-in-law Brannen returnedto sick at this writing. We all'hope Tttert: former U. S. Commissioner of Education, will award degrees to approximately 300 Ifr3.':1I"'. S of l ,:jj.

Mrs. Bill Hines and Mrs. Frank Joe Simmons was visitingthis her home in Lake Butler Thurs he will soon recover. A future of this year's commencement will be the unveiling of a handsome oil palntinj o: P. y Yens. ;

Hines were visiting at Alachuaone section Sunday. Miss Borne Crawford has returned .t\tInlllln! of the State Board of Control and one ot Florida's.most distinguished and beloved ciUzoni.Il : .

day of last week. i Miss Inca: Kersey called on Miss day.Misses Doahia Smith and Muriel to Jacksonville after spending -
Groover have returned i Vfllll*. Judd QiimHuv \J
Miss Martha '' evening Brown of Sampson City Is spend- several weeks at home. '
home after spending several |1-1. r. and Mra. J. W.. Woods and ing this week here with their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Johnston >

months In Jacksonville where family of Raiford was the guests Miss Brunei! Morgan. haa returned home after spending
+ school. I I of Mr, and Mrs. G. L. Kersey Saturday -
she baa been attending I Mrs. A. J. Pinholaler. who spent two weeks In Orlando.

We are very sorry to report that evening. last week In Jacksonville with sister Little baby daughter of Mr. and .

}' Mrs. J. W. Padgett Is very 111 at Mrs. Lum Johns was the guests Mrs. C. M. Andrews, returnedto Mrs. Lewis Tyson 1s improvingvery

this writing. We wish he>a speedy of Mrs Minnie Bryan Sunday'-. af- her home' here Sunday.J. fast from pneumonia. JOB PRINTING

recovery. I ternoon. L. Shriver, who Is spending- .
,
)1
Mr. B. L. Bryan was the guest
? Mr. and Mrs. R B. Thomas and some time in Jacksonville, spent .
of Mr. O. L. Brown Sunday morn-
daughter, Miss !hazel, were attend- Monday night at his home here.
ing to business In Starke last Fri ing. Miss Lena Belle Shepard of FIVE MILE
Miss Judd called on Miss Telephone
day.Mrs. Boots Brown Lola Saturday night.ROSEIALE Starke, spent part of last week Mr. I*. I*. II....... ('0..
Delatha Starling waa in here with Miss. Iris Brown.
section Saturday. ---. (
our 29Telegraph
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Mr. and Mrs. Cauthen visited -
.
iJ T 'Mra. Dana L. Duke
GREENWOODKiMmnlrM their daughter, .
.. '
tl7 --,. Saturday. -
TUERESSAIU I Ml.. I.urlll Or"".. Cor. I MI... r.lna'. ....r. Mr. and Mrs L. M Johns. Mr. : Press.

> > llhtxlnrUlrr, Cur. and Mrs. B. L. Duke, Mr. and Mra. ,;
Brady Keerce, Mr. and Mrs. L. G.
Miss. Lulu llkeraon! Cor.
Little L. E. Moseley of the state Johnson and others atended Pen-

t + Mrs. Maggie Neal of Waljj, is Mrs Lennie Padgett was vIsItingher farm spent last week with J. C. tacostal services at Brooker Sat- '

aL visiting her brother, Mr. F. C. daughter, Mrs Ida Prescott. Pringle. urday evening.Rev. 'II Starke. :

l Geiger.Mr. Mrs. Lennie Padgett, Miss Ida Mr. C. A. Pringle and daughter Sykes held services at Five ',' ; ,
.
W Hall was transacting Prescott were visiting Mrs. Tom Emmalyne and little son,*J. C. were Mile school house Sunday afternoon Fla.

y business in Gainesville Monday. Walters Monday afternoon. visiting his sister and little' son, and at the home of Mr. and :

Mr. and Mrs John Jordan ami I Mr. Henry Hoods Mr. Harry J. C.. were visiting/ hU sister Mr. Mr, *. L. M. John Sunday evening.
lItUe daughter of Putnam Hal I Wilkerson and Mr. Nelson Prescott Kate Pringle at Brycevllle Mon Both services were well attended. I

were 'visiting her parents, Mr. anc I were visiting In Jacksonville day.Mrs. Russell Roy and Leslie Green of _
Mrs. S. R. Swindell Monday eve. one day last week. C. A. Pringle waa visiting Brooker. were here Sunday.


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1 Gainesville Length of day is rector of finance and 'their respective 000 times Since last Thursdaywhen The man apparently was killed trip to Starke Saturday ..,It!

r 1 an Important factor In the growth successors agents and em- the downpour first started, with a blunt instrument Officials I Mr N II Wiggins of Jacksonville tj

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs ,, of vegetable crops state agricultural I ployes" It was mailed on applica- the city has had 11.66 Inches of found signs on the highway of an was a visitor here Sunday.

I extension workers here They tion of Kenneth M Keef: John S precipitation, which observers "said' automobile having been turned W T Turner' aid non .T were)

[said Florida growers should plant Harris Henry Hart and Fred P set a record for many years. around' and of the body having been transacting business In .jike Butler y
those types of vegetables best Hayward/ members' of a bondholders dragged to the roadside j' Saturday '

suited to the climate and sunshineIn committee! Jasper Chief of Police O 11 -.- ---- MI""E's' 'Letht'/\nd Cora Conner, n
[L LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD the state Fowler of Jasper, wall shot and l NKXT: '\K.\ll'S: TA<1<* of Luke Butler were the dinner \ "K ;

Jacksonville=:-On* of the most killed here yesterday by a negro, I TO IK OKVNUK ('OLOKKI guests of Miss Hazel Turner Sunday :

ADD STATE NEWS __..,- ____ __ Important development' in transportation believed to be Henry Wood, paroled I'
Fort Myers-."Him no Seminole" circles of recent occurrence Mlclhlgan convict, whom the Florida's, 1933 automobile license Mr. Guy Andrews and sister, )1
said two Seminole Indians when and of special Interest to officer sought arrest on a charge I, tags will have black numerals on Mrs. Irma Moreland and daughters .i

BY OUR.EXCHANGESperry they viewed the skeleton of a man the public, Is the acquisition by the of stealing an automobile. Practically a deep' colored orange background, I Joan and Dorothy, left for

,_ ... ... -.... found near here recently. Pressed Florida Motor Lines of the operating the entire male populationof Walter McLin state motor vehicle' Norfolk, Va., Monday morning.
.... n
__ F. Briggs McFarlane, organization 23 years ago says a Indians merely pointed to his own between Miami and Jacksonville, heavily armed and follow Tugs now In use have light visiting his sinter and brother.lnJ,"

died here Thursday of eelf-tn- tory in the June Issue of Florida head and walked away. and Colonial Stages' acquisition of ing two packs of bloodhounds have orange numerals on a black back- law, Mr. and Mrs Lamar Butler f'',

nirtod wounda. McFarlane left a Farmer, edited by Julian Langner. the operating rights of Florida Mo- Kept up a continuous search for ground. Rev C. C. Butler filled his regu. '
,. saying he had been despondnt During the same period a total Tallahassee-Mrs. J :M:, Riles, tor Lines between Jacksonville, the negro, and! today sighted him Next year's tags will be the lar appointment at Long Bridge I,

because) of lack of iunda and off $20,000,000 in loans has been 209 S. Willow, Campton Calif., has Florida and Savannah, Georgia. several times, and fired a dozen' same size, shape: and weight aa Christian church Sunday, I

employmentNew! made available to growers through asked Governor Carlton to aid in I Announcement of this consolidation or more shots, but it was not those now In use, and contract for Misses Hazel Turner and Avy Kon- I

the exchange. the search tor her brother, David was made today by P. a. Howe, known If he had been hit. The their manufacture at the state factory (roe attended the funeral of J. B.

Smyrna W. J. Sheppard, t Van Ostrand who has been missIng I president of Florida Motor Lines, search was being continued tonightand In Ralford soon will be let. Kite of Lake Butler Monday afternoon I
: resident of New Smyrna for Gainesville -- Florida farmers ; since he left Miami two years and N. B. Estea, vice-president of It wall believed the negro was ..- i'

M H died Tuesday en route to borrowed $267,815 from the 1932 ago. Mrs Riles told the governorshe Colonial Stages South. surrounded' in a swamp CarlVynn who holds a position

"w t years,-.pltal.; in st Augustine follow- crop loan fund maintained by the heard Indirectly that her brother I NEW RIVER ,with tho Southern railroad at Fargo t.
|I" Jacksonville Arthur
ink automobile accident. His federal government service an- I worked on a highway construction Mallleftet Jacksonville -- Several hundred Ga., visited his family here J

m were not at first expected nounced here today. The loans tion somewhere between St. 19-year-old prisoner, was Jacksonville citizens today held a Ml. Km: .l. fn.r, Cor. Tuesday.llr.
,mj.iries strangled In a road cell last
) fatal. went to :03 counties where a total Augustine and Melbourne about a camp dry parade In the rain. Hundreds -- .
t to,, prove night by the chain placed about his
Palm Beach-Two hundred of 2,860 farmers received aid averaging year ago. of automobiles' all bearing banners Miss Jewell Wiggins of Jackson i
; :
West neck to prevent esoaposand officers : ;
children received free hair- $94 each. and placards' denouncing rum were ville, Is visiting relatives here. T-I
said be
needv GainellvllleThe Florida Alligator had chosen death as a final
: cream -and candy at the displayed from the automobiles In Mr. Grafton Adkins of Miami,
'II'$ ice given here by local ADD STATE NEWSBlountstown __ __ __ ____ student weekly newspaper at way: out of confinement Prison the line. Dr. E. O Heath' local minister wall n visitor In thin section last ] .. I']. II. Usenet, Cor.
"party"
second the University of Florida, was selected guard said Maillefret, serving a I 1
-- Sheriff R. J. who sponsored the parade, week' I
unions.
barbel Flanders' office continues an Inves- as one of the three best nine-yenr sentence for robbery' and said it was an answer to a recent !Mr. Crystal Wiggins! made a business -I Mr. and MrM. C. II, Whltehead "J
grand larceny from Volusla county, '
Petersburg-The 1932 as- tigation of the death of Jim Par- college newspapers In the countryIn wet parade held' during.. one of the trip to Jacksonville Friday. are receiving' /: congratulations on t
had
St; deliberately held his feet off
,.iseU valuation of land in this rish, 35, whose body was found in teat class conducted A competition i In a con- the cell floor to suspend himself heaviest' precipitations In recent Miss Kssie Sapp left Thursday the arrival of a son born to them .1'JUlie
M 42 1-2 his car near here. He had disap- by the Universityof i months. for Tnllnhaasee where she will 6th lie I bus been named '
about
"I,n' 11'1' figure I North Carolina The two others From the overhead beam where the ,
The 1932 is peared on May 15. The body of spend a few days Robert Angus ,
last year. chain was fastened A full Inves-
man a'war which received' this high ratingwere Gainesville' Four white residents Mottsra. Cecil Ilrannen nnd C. J.
Parrish veteran -
and the 1931 figure formerlyof I I Minn Guiltln Marie Theda laspending
,
000,000
tigation was ordered. Malllefret ,
s.:) Panama tty, was found seated I the Notre Dame Scholastic of the NewberrV+ section are I Alderman of Lake Huller were visItors this. week In Tallahassee ', .
000000. gave home as Westfeld. N. J... and .t'
ifi- and the Auburn Plainsman.
beneath the steering' wheel of the ,I -officers said he first had been In the county Jail charged' with hero' wetineHiiiiy night.Mr. where' she Is attending the 4-11 i :
members of the car. A revolver lay on the seat aimed robbery' of "Uncle Dick" and Mrs n. J. Turned gave club meeting. ,. "' i
ramplTbe West Palm'Beach glared In close confinement with )
club for girls, recently of the automobile and the right -- George Johnson, negro voodoo doctor, who a tacky party at their home near Mr. and Mrs K. K' lumpy were ,
4-H I leather straps about his neck and
I Lutz leading poultry farms In door was open.Tallahassee Moore, slayer of two federal pro- for refusal liven In the vicinity of Watermelon LOUR Bridge Friday night In honorof visiting In Jacksonville Monday ; p
visited the body aa a punishment
hibition agents who to raid
sought Pond near Newberry.' The men their daughter Hazel. A huge Mr.
and MrH.
poultry management U. A. GrlffU and
study
to
section to work for several days. He chewed
this his home here In 1930
probablywill II. C. Baird Arthur Jeftcoat number of folks attended '
are ,
Mrs. Cecil sister
and to consider methods Edgar these slipped out of his young Miss Hcmiile Lee! Ford attended -
their own backyard Nilson of Orlando was elected apply to the United' States clothes and away fled. After his Clarence Wlmbercly and W. D. Ful- and prizes were awarded to the the funeral of their uncleIn jt .

tor improving according to.:Miss Allie Lee president of the Alumnae Associa supreme' court in seeking: escape the road camp officials recapture said, hum Another arn-st! Is expected' tackiest girl and boy. lllvcr' Junction 81111<11IY. 4 'j 7
flocks. from a JO-year federalprison sentence In the next few' days while sixth Cleve' Brimnen won first prize:: Mr.
demonstration agent. tion of the Florida State Collegefor the chain collar was substituted i\ and Mm. J tl Dye and suns ll
Rush, home his"attorney E M. i'of
Women and other new officers liaynea, for the leather Malllefret man thought to have participated and Hazel Tuiut'r second .prize Jacksonville spent the week-
straps as
Motor Vehicle were named at an election Tues- said today Baynes said he expect- In the robbery Is known to have Mr Donald Adklna of Winter end I here
rallahassee Walter- S McLIn has day. Mrs. Nilson succeeds Mrs. J. I j ed to apply for a writ of certorarl again to be ahot.refused to work and begged' left the state. The four men are Haven passed through here Sunday Mrs, Q. W. Roberta wilt visitingIn

.rommUsioner purchasing Kent Johnston of Tallahassee. The i for appeal on technical grounds alleged. to have shot and beaten enroute to Aulanta, OIL Starke Monday. j
_
mnounced that persons after June 1 will new president, who was formerly I from the sentence Imposed by the I Johnson and robbed him of between Mrs. Lily Simmons of Coracle' Miss Doris Kurney spent the

new automobiles half license vice-preaidcnt of the association, |' federal court at Miami and upheld Jacksonville Low places In $1.000 and $3,001) four weeks ago. Ga., returned to her' homo Sunday wck-end at VVHteroiik visiting Miss t''
hi allowed to use half year the price of flew here by airplane to attend I by the United States circuit courtof the city were flooded. I again as rain They are held' under $ .OOO bond after' a wrrk's visit with her grandparents LoutMU Hupp. i ,

tags costing just the organization's annual meetingand appeals at New Orleans. continued to fall in torrents most Sheilff'a deputies. arrested the Mr# and Mr ". W. T. Turn- Mr und Mrs \.... 10:. Torodu' ,and q :

th' regular tags. election of officers.Daytona I :: ; of the day, after measuring 6.30 quartet' after fingerprints on the FT She will be remembered here family have moved to Lake Klnga- lI

-Tallahassee, Tam- e Tallahassee- The Florida supreme Inches on the weather bureau's hammer they struck Johnson With 1111 Miss Lily Tumor.Mr ley for the Hummer.

racksonvllle- Marianna have Beach -- Changing the court Issued an order in gauge during the period from June led to their' discovery.' und.I Mrs. Leon Ilenfroe I of (Grace und. George! Arwoiul left i

pa Orlando, for and the 1933 session program; completely and utilizingthe I which the city of St.: Petersburgwas 1 L to 8 a. m. today Some mathematician Vandehbllt were visiting rclatlvea for Alabama Saturday, where they 4' '

entered bids Education associa citya various entertainmentand "restrained and enjoined until figured out that the wa- Quincy A coroner's Jury yesterday -, hero Sunday will vlHit for several weeks
,"f the Florida The meet- recreational assets, includingthe \ further order of this court from ter which has fallen on the city held that an aged man Mr. und Mra. Frank Q. Spark- Mr. and
tion's annual convention.March. Atlantic beach, board walk. expending for any office, department would amount to more than 4OOO.OOO.OOO ,- whose body was found on a high man of Tarpon Spring, .were the children visited at Lake Klngsley '.: ....
ing will be held in Halifax River, Burgoyne Island, division, purpose or object gallons He allowed S way near'hero' yesterday came to weck-end guests of Mr. and. Mrs Sunday. { ;,, f

-. Of 29 school children Athletic Stadium and casinos and I other than for interest on bonds gallons for the average bath and his death at the hands of unknown M. L. Johns last week Louis II. Hill, Jr., left Monday .". g

Clearwater at the local Par clubs, the cosmopolitan people of any part of moneys appropriated"from computed that If the water had persons. Countyy authorities con- Mr. and! Mrs Lawrence VVIggina for Hummer school in Georgia, after ,,' 'J) !,
examined clinic, Daytona Beach are preparing to 1931 taxes The order was di- been caught add put to Saturday tinued their efforts to identify the of Clayno, were visiting relatives upending the weekend here with : tv I

ent-Teachers Association stage the annual Volusla Summer rected to members of the city night ablutions, each' person in I' man and to uncover clues which here Sunday parent, Mr and Mrs L, H. Hill. 1
physically
seven were found to be council, the the di Jacksonville would bathe about 8,- Mr.'M. L. Julius made a business
Most of the others Frolics of Saturday, Sunday and city manager, would lead to arrest of his slayers. Mr. and Mrs. II. It. Kapp were is/ i
-perfect1 3 and 4. That visiting In Starke Friday '
660,1 only silent corrective treatments Monday, July 2, s
Dee _.
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it
said. the mid-summer festival since --+-------
the examiners was Inaugurated In 1924 seems as- I .- .. -- -- --- Usually a lazy peraon'a mouth IK 1 4, '

Orlando The 'body of Fred sured.St. r I kept busy. Starke Telegraph. ;
drowned Satur- And perhaps that la why he la lazy. I
39, who was '
Blake
while fishing with Augustine .- In cooperationwith How can he keep his mouth going
afternoon
his day wife and a party of friends on the Florida' East Coast Rail- and not do much of anything else r

was recovered Tuesday way, the Southeastern Railways Droimon Journal.
Lake Apopka, ,
Hall operator of a will offer a series of exceptionally --o-T -; : ,
by Harry I
fishing pier. Mr. Hall discoveredthe low rate excursions to Florida East 4
body floating in the lake and Coast points this summer. These TheBRADFORD ROOSEVELT THE MAN r
offer such substantial
brought it to shore. special; fares
.. reductions--in many cases less "'

Winter Haven -- Norman H. than half the regular one way rate : ;,

Vissering of Babson Park, chaIr- .-that they should prove effective
of Fifty 'ina In, stimulating considerable travel ''
Committee :
of the
man y i
talk at a political rally here southward and assist In popularizing ;
disclosed the pos- Florida as a summer resort section COUNTY
night
Tuesday j
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sibility that another spray has j :
been developed this year to take 1//; I
artificial Tallahassee -- The old state law i L I
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the Mace of arsenic for r :
ripening citrus fruit. designed to prevent new attacks I
candidates for 18 days priorto I. i '
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Jacksonville Four men anda an election was held unconstitu- t rark
warrantsfor tional by Circuit Judge John U. TELEGRAPH
woman are In jail and : .
Clearwater In the first teat \ ; .t
Bird of .
the arrest of 40 mere persons
r 3 c'
It. The judge i" ;
have been sworn out by the aherWsoffice ever brought against I ;f't
here In a campaign against denied a petition of W. T Harris- I t

Illegal' voting in Duval county in on. candidate for a Pinellas county )

Additional the approaching warrants primary were elections.sightedat office St. Petersburg, for an Injunction weekly'from preventinga make ., t tl

him and m r
the sheriffs office and more arrests ing further attacks upon :
requiring the paper to publish free i : ,

are expected.T his replies to previous charges. The l I t t4illir:9t2v

Jacksonville Eighty million judge said the law appeared to be : One Year J
the constitutional I IIf
In violation of
boxes of fruit, netting $200,000.- +
000. have been handled by the rights of press and speech free- If:

Florida Citrus Exchange since Its dom. hrs ff3t ,
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HOTEL RATES LOWEST EVER QUOTED) -- ; ;'

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELltO APn. STARKE. FLORIDA ___ FRIDAY. JL"NE In .... .
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I F. H. Long conducted the devot- age on this date: r -

ional service. During the social The hostess In dainty frockof Planted business visitors to Stark
a" 622,000
I half hour little Mlsa Edith Jones pink organdy. greeted her guests: I ',ROSEDALE Tuesday.We are

I ) 'SocietylJj'a sang "My Anger' and Tommy upon their arrival. A time very sorry to heat,

Ritch gave" as a reading "Appre- was bad by all the merry youngsters: Seedling Trees I: 'Mi.,n> ......11.. Gr'"'., Cor. this Mrs.writing.Dollie: Powers,'- is very. I
ciation. both
number forming a present In playing outdoor games, I Mr. and Mrs.
I'' M. .
pleasing of Rhoden
part the social pro and favors given the guest t .
a'nd
Mrs1 a D. Wilkerson children daughter Elsie
,
-
a J gram. The hostesses served spent Sunday \\ "
a were animal in :
lollypops
shaped

... : :; II. J. I).VMS HONORS the game assisted the hostess In dainty salad course to the followIng bright colors. Joan's mother, assisted During The Year, last week.were visitors to Highland Mrs.Mrs.Lillie Nellie Johns of Alachua

guests: Mesdames L. A Davis. by Mrs. D. A. Montleth, Mrs. Starling and daimi! .
GRIFFIN salad
MISS EThEL serving a tempting course. Mt. Harry and Lula ters Louise
/ Wilkerson ,
WITH imilHJE': PARTY When the scores were totaled A. II. Harley, Jr.. L. D. Green, A. W. M. Wainwright and Mrs. E. B.Jeiks were vISiting Misses Melba Lorene and Le" ,

:. ; Mrs D. A. Montieth held high for H. Green Pearl Snyder W. F. served an Ice course at the Florida's Efforts Toward Reforestation Myrtle Knight.Iff. and spent Mr. Tuesday in Jacksonvlik

.. _______ Jones, Mahlon Jones, J H. hUtch close of the afternoon I Russell O'Berry spent M\ .
and
; Honoring Miss" Ethel Grlfnn. Iladies. Mr. Fred Vining high I Hate Not Ceall..162'2.000 and Mrs. Nelson Prescottand'lit eral days here
}. bride to be, Mrs R J Davis gave a men. Each were given appropriate L. S. Hutto E. K. Perryman T. Those Invited were: Patsy andBilly tie son, Junior of Lawtey friends. last week \\ I

: bridge at the Woman'sClub prizes. Gifts also Bruce Massle. W. O. Halle. L. C. Walnwrlgbt. Margaret and I Over I' "' ,
: lovely pnrty were seedling trees were were 'visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mr. William
.* ; I Thursday afternoonThe I given the guests of honar Miss Prescott, F H. Long:, and Mrs. E. Joe Montlelh, Jackie Joe Murden, planted last year by 225 forest Wilkersdn Monday. of Miss Essie Doty was the KU'" .0
B. Jelks of Crawford .
,
Qultman Ga. I
4 Wanda Pearce Sarah and Juanita Mim .
clubhouse this occasion Flora Bell Jackson Miss Ethel landowners
on The from Pensacola to Mljaml Mr. M: J:.. Thompson and children .. I night.
Noble
for this Griffin and Dr. E. L. White Circle was entertained I Barefoot, Norwood Guilford, Sarah ,
i
'. k presented a pretty setting Biggs. I demonstrating that reforesta- I and Miss Mamie Miss Edith
/ .. :2__. by Mrs. W. H. Struth and Betty Joe Sewell. June Whitney Thompsonof Moore is spun! ,
; affair. a profusion of mixed garden Enjoying this affair were: Mr. I tlon In Florida has taken no backWard Boot ey's Beach
and daughter Miss Kate were visiting this week In St. Augustine ,T
Struth, Ida Lulu and Davis. '
1 flowers In attractive arrangement and Mrs. D. A. Montleth Mr. and Marjorie ( step despite the depression i Mr: and Mrs. Walter her
.' who used radiance roses to deco- I Charles and Merry Beth Knight, Wilkerson. sister-in-law, Mrs. LI, ,
i. being used throughout the Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Mr. and Mrs. land the drought. Sunday. 0
,
1'. : building. Mrs. Davis dressed In a Ralph KiJpatrlck Mrs. M. L. Kll rate their rooms. Miss, Amelia L'Etta Corpenlng, Sonny Haynes. I Slash pine the rapid .growing:, I Mt. and Mrs.-Joe Moore.
Frigo Mr.
and Mr.
Lloyd Moore
.. I '' L white embroidered flat crepe frock patrick, Mrs. II. V. Knight Mrs. Ray assistant circle leader, presided -I George Flynn Jr., Farncis Alderman I triple purpose tree-suitable for and Mrs. V.alter Wilkerson is spending i t.
week
.?: r and l Mlts Griffin In an afternoon T T. Long Miss Ruby Kilpatrlck E. Edwards over the prayed meeting and Mrs.Mrs.J W.M. .Jacqueline and Buddy Andre J pulp, naval stores and lumber- II I children were visitors to New River and and Mrs.here T.with J. Moore his parent \i t:

frock of green chiffon voile received Miss Mary Barr Miss Madge Mid- vs.FLORIDA'S made up 83 percent of the total Sunday afternoon.

I. the guests upon their arrival. Little dleton. Miss Ethel Griffin, Mlns White conducted a devotional service .-- number of trees planted. Longleaf I I Miss Mary Wilkerson lir. Rodman Underhill and < ,
Mrs A. was visit-
Wood
:; :ili Misses Ida Lulu and Marjorle' Flora Belle Jackson Mr. Fred and Mrs. W. SYSTEM pine was!! second In rank with about 'Ing her sister near Morgan made a business tri'
Lawtey Satur-
.1 r F Davit in dainty long pink organdy I Vining, Dr Chapel and Dr. E L. B taken Parka from conducted the World a program/ j OF JAILS CALLED nine per cent and various other I I day.. Jacksonville Monday.

frocks passed the tallies of bridal I Wggs.MUS. After the Outlook. FAR OUT OF species made up the remainder of j I Mr Buck Griffis was visiting Mr. R. P. Taylor and son lh
.. design. I meeting adjourned the HATEi the season's ard of
{
hostesses, served I i I planting. / his sister Mrs. M. L. Thompson Jacksonville spent last \\,1.,i
delicious sandwiches -
ai Eight tables for bridge were II. V. KNKiHT HONORS i I I Australian pines eucalyptls, redwood Monday. nesday afternoon bert on his (lain, ,
placed In the auditorium and at MIHH < and tea. The Noble White Should htt RrpliwrdMlli Industrial i I
i' : : friiiKL: iicirnNMIII trees from California catalpas Miss Lucille -_._ .
1 the close of several of Circle! will meet the first Monday Farm for Grouped ('ountlesFlorida's i| Griff was visiting -----
: progressions \ % ) PARTY and Japanese pines were plant- Mrs David
j .. in July with Mrs. O L. Beasley. --. Manning Sunday afternoon Mount Dora- -Dr. Will \\1' (
the I
added and
were ed
game prlzeawarded I along with other species In .
i e .; Mrs A. Z. Adkins for Mrs H. V. Knight entertained Mrs. Struth and daughter had as county jaI< system Is i northern eastern and central Flor- Mrs. Jim moved to new quarters.
I their guests: Mrs. A. Z. Adkins outgrown in the opinion of the [ Lenzie and son, Earl.were'vllllting Miami Beach-Frank L. r >
holding high Mrs. II. II. Young at bridge Tuesday afternoon at her I | Ida to try out their possibilities as < nm
: 4 second high and Mrs J. H. liurlnj home complimentary to :MIss Ethel Mrs. M E. I<:Edwards Mrs. O L. State Federation Women's clubs, I I timber trees. Black, locust which Sunday1 Mrs David Manning purchased residence at 4736. N B.i...

; : : for scoring: low The honoree wapresented L Blggft, will be an event of June Beasley, Miss Amelia Ray Mrs. I which through Its div'sion' of problems has an extremely "durable wood, Mr. afternoon. road for consideration of $60.000<
with of china tomatch L. A. W. Anderson: Mrs. A. W. Red-] of delinquency. Mrs. AntonSchneider and Mrs. Cleve Manning is Tampa-Four new cigar i .
/'F _ pieces I'iKK" will be an vent of June I I ideal for posts and poles was plant
I grave Mrs. J. W White, Mrs. I II .. Lakeland, chairman I spending a while with his parents tories opened here during .
her pattern. MisH Flora 15th. \\ ed in lots of /500; to 2,000 In north- I rei. T"t
U. Parks and Mrs A. WoodCOthltKU w.// ,nrnupntM n HlirVfV.nf 13 iMfta Mltlliitled ,- I I Mr. and Mrs. David Mnnnlntr ,day.
I. I- I. elle jacKHon an out or town guesreceived Tho color scheme of pink and I I ern and northwestern Florida on
Inrlo: ; Mr! M. L.
p't; f-.lh. j Thompson of Bootsey'aI
------ --- state and
'
4 / Mrs. Frank Hoover Jacksonville Work .
a gift r green was carried out In detail by the better red clay soils. on wit\ .!
: _ received the cut prize for the tea L the hostess In the cut flowers)( used", I : : DISH II\NQl'KT: In both urban and rural communi', During the past season the entire 'I'R.Beach was visiting Mr. and Mrs. sale public market to be estabiw_

'. guests. for decorations, wrapping of the Mf.XKKKOOIMIKN CIRCLE: ties and gives also a comparison L I output of the Florida Forest Ser- C.-Griffis- Sunday. ed at fairgrounds, to get Undl'r\dV<
-
Those playing bridge were: Mrs,. prizes and refreshments served at of present findings with those of amore vice nursery at Ralford was plant- I SI soon.

P. K. Canova Jr.. Mrs. T. 11. Mas- the close of the afternoon.The The regular meeting of the Supreme general survey made In 1922. j I ed and over 250,000 more trees Starke -- Two-story Odd Fell,,u .,

fh ale, Mrs. O. L. Bcasley Mrs T. TJxmg prizes awarded at the conclusion Forest Woodmen Circle will The institution advocated to [were definitely requested but It. I Ileilbronn Springs building.. East Call street, sold t t"

;. Mrs. 1<'. F Stump, Mrs. A. of the play went to Miss I be heM at the. WOW. Hall in supersede the county jail s the district was considered inadvisable to plant I Quigley & Davis.

Z. Adkins Mrs O. P. Carpenter Madge MldUleton for holding high Starke.Tuesday, evenIng. June 14 industrial farm serving several -I further because of the dry soil II I MIs Ihrlmn JlhoI..., Cor. I Bids opened for
I Mrs. M. Green will preside over counties and to eliminate reconstructing
Mrs. O. L. Haynes Mrs. C. A.Futch. Mrs D. P. Carpenter for making planned conditions, and the orders were widening and
the I rerouting Scenic.
________ Mrs. Q. M. Slstrunk, Mrs. second and to Miss Hazel Middle- class meeting at which time a large the evils generally conm'ctedwith held over for the next planting sea Miss Lois Moore left Highway between Avon Park umi!
l J. C. Hoover, Mrs.T J. Alderman. ton for scoring low. A dainty gift I : of candidates will receive the the jails such as lack of employment son. Saturday i
for Sebring.
cy Mrs. D. Montleth, Mrs. George was presented the honoree while I, degrees of the order. Mrs. Mae for the prisoners; lack The Tallahassee where she will

;4 Flynn. Mrs. William Dob row, Mrs. Flora Bell Jackson and Mrs. Ralph I Green will be assisted! by the degree segregation: of diseased from the that nurseryman recently reported spend a few days. Clermont Mrs. Wm. MclntMi-.

1 N: D. Walnwrlght. Mrs. J. A. Saul, Cllpatrlck received guest prizes. staff, who will put on the new healthy and first offenders from Raiford young total seedling sprouts million at to Mr. L. H. Futch of Hampton was took over Nu-Way Laundry.

_____ Mrs. Lamlra Murden rltualastlc work. Plans have been hardened criminals nearly a in our section one day last week. Largo -- Rebuilding of Church
1 __ Mrs. Hamilton The guests were: Mrs. O. L. j ; poor sanitaryand meet the demand for next season's '01
Ritch, Mrs. H., V. Knight, Mrs. Jeasley, Mrs. A. Z< Adkins Mrs J. completed for a banquet after the health condition, and lack of I Mr. Nelson Moore left Monday Christ progressing.
I'I'.J. I business session for the plantings to spend a few days In Gainesville .. "
R. Boring, Mrs. L. D. Vining, M. Brownlee Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, members detention homes and prohibition > Jacksonville Ford :Motor d .
Mr.
_ Mrs. .Wyman, Miss Madge Mid- Mrll T. T. Long. Mrs. L. D. Vining, of the grove.A I, work for juvenile offenders. I CAST D\LLOTS JUNE 7 and Mrs. J. C. Jones were assembly plant here operating.

dleton- Miss Lucille Mitchell, Miss Mrs. Ralph Kllpatrick of Troy musical program speakers, The 10 years between the two IN 1292 I'RECINCTS "

: Eunice Perkins Miss Mabel Wei- Ala., Mrs. \\. J. Davis Mrs. HamIlton and toasts will be rendered. Every survey saw little improvement In '-

_ ler, Miss Ethel Griffin Miss Mat. Hitch Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Mrs. member of Starke grove is askedto the jails of Florida accordng: to Tallahassee, May 24.-Florida r__ S '

tie Harley of Lawtey Miss Flora D. A. Montleth Miss Ethel Griffin bring a covered dish of tempting the federation's, finding which voters will cast their ballots at

Belle Jackson of Bacon ton, Ga 111148Flor* Belle Jackson,, of Bac- food. The decorating. committeewill notes some bettering In physical 1292 polling places throughout the I {}JdiJI to play Bridge

_____ The tea guests who were served onton Ga., Miss Madge Middleton, decorate the hall for this affair conditions but practically none in state from, 8 a. m. standard time,
.
__ I/i/
: _ In the attractive sun parlor, were: Miss Hazel Middleton, Miss Lucile A more important phases. Tuesday.June 7, to sundown that \ AUCTIONCONTRACT*{

..t ,.& Mrs. 3f; M. nrownlee, Mrs. W. E.Mlddleton Mltchelk Tea guests were: Mrs. :SlltH.-:-- --- Unfavorable conditions still exist same day In the first state primary
\'S Y.UZ.'OS
j Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. Alice Thomas of Wilmington, Del., generally and club women aio of 1932.

A. II, Harley, Jr., Mrs. O. P. Ray. Mrs. O. J. Griffin and Mrs. H., urged to Inspect their county JaiH... I Unless all candidates who top
: __ knond', Mrs. D. E. Mrs. Eliza A. Cone died at the and to.work
Knight, Mrs. L. McLendon. B.1 especially! for the fol- the ticket in their race for nominations -
Q. Powell. Mrs. O. JJ. Griffin Mrs. -------Armrijcs _ residence of her son, R. C. Cone, In I-lowing reforms:: better health conditions .I J poll a majority of the votes hI'Wynne Ferguson

j 'a. C. White, Mrs. E. W. Hayes, ': OK nrrisTV. Starke, Saturday night, after a and closer medical atten- cast In those contests there will I
O. Powell. brief Illness. She was a native of tion Au: 3T of "PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE
Mrs. O. J. !
_
_1 Griffin Mrs. \ :M. H. TO MEET MONDAY Bradford ; separation of persons serving'sentence be a second primary at the same
ell, Mrs Frank Hoover, Mrs. A. W. county. and had been a from those waiting trial; I' '
hours
on Tuesday, June 28. Because
Anderson, and Misses, resident of Starke for a number of more humane ( ,
Amelia and All circles of the Baptist W. M. treatment of Insane of the number of candidates Copyright 1931 by hone Jr.
a Olive Hay Mrs. El'nest Wells years She' IA survived bY' three who should \be
Mrs. S. will hold their social at : never placed In jails; this second
meeting year a primary appears
:' W It. sons R. C., and George' Cone of .
the
Bigga and Mrs.
A. II. Harley the pastorlum Monday afternoonat abolishmentpf the fee system, certain. ARTICLE No 30
_ of Lawtey. Starke; Jessie Cone of Baldwin. which is
-_ 4 o'clock. All members are Funeral services were held In Crosby of abuses fraught..with all manner. Both Democrats and Republicans In the following hand, the Professor the queen of Jiearts.Unfortunatc1, lie
urged to be present. ; the employment of matrons will hold elections June of Greek of well.knowfaIled the hand ,
t I ; :PIlL AM MRS. L. I). cemetery, where Interment was to primary at one our to figure out as out I.
r _. made at 11 o'clock safeguard the health and Democratic voters will ballot on a Universities bid one no trump at Auction and as soon as he got dummy ill till'
_____o ..V1Ni.G_ KNTKKTAI.V. : : Monday mornIng moral welfare of women prisoners long list of candidates for nominations all passed and A opened the three lead, led the heart finessed the quern
w t feMr. MISSIONARY SOCIETYKNTEKTAINED the Rev. G. P. Raymond many of whom are confined In of clubs. The Professor s hand and the and A won the trick with the king olummy's
for
congressional state, district
ficiating. The pallbearers d hand follows hearts. It for the
were: areas was now impossible
quarters to
which
1 nd Mrs. L. t>. Vlnlng a I :;'JU'I..ES male official and offices.
gave county Republican
Messrs. lone
N. Professor to he had to
H. as
Sternberg C.
Wall. have go; game
access Hearts 10 I 6 5
day or night facilities ,
delightful bridge party Monday ; voters will select electors club tricks tricks and
_ F. F. Stump Wilmer,Holtzendorf, for the presidential 4 2 V two two spade
_ at their home In honor of care of juvenile offenders ,CI.uLs-9, heart trick. I He should have set
evening The circles of the Woman's Missionary W, M. Watnwrlgnt In several groups where there Diamonds 10 4 2 one up
and; -Q.
Qharlie I outside of ,
lc r their guests Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Society of the Methodist Powell. Arrangement jail. I are contests; and nominate candidates i Spades-Q. JU, 9 his spades and then have played for
were In the in diamonds. They
.
.t \, Kllpatrlck Mrs. M. L. Kllpatrlck, ,church met Monday afternoon and charge of Burns Howard JacKsonyllle .] t for.county offices' In a few r 1 divided drop so that in this way were he evenly could

'.: Miss Ruby Kilpatrick and Miss held Interesting sessions. The counties. : Y tt
Harriet
: 1 mortician! *), : Record Number of : have made game.
Mary Barr of Troy, Ala. Peek Circle was entertainedby The secretary of state's office A B.:; If the Professor! had l been playing
Z
: .: The rooms of the home were open I .!rs. N T. Bitch and Mrs., T. J,, niRTHHAY PARTY Roys Attending 4-H here lists election precincts in each ,2 Contract he should have made on

ensuite and tastefully decorated O lmn. county asfAlachtia: Hearts A 4, original bid of two no trump ami
A profusion of summer ----- .. Club Short Course Q partner should have bid three no
trunip
with gladoll' snapdragons: and flowers added to the charm of the Little Miss Joan Massie gave a 23, Baker 7, Bay 22. Clubs-A, O. 7 The writer has occasionally mentioned -

i _ other colorful garden flowers. Miss rooms where the guests were seated birthday party Saturday afternoon Two hundred and seventy-five Bradford 8, Brevard 26, Browarcl Diamonds-8 A, K, 3 the Law of Symmetry ia these

1ik Iluby Kilpatrick and Miss Mary Inviting a number of her young Florida 4-H club boys from 27 16, Calhoun 12, Charlotte 8, Citrus Spades J, 7,2 articles. This law i is, Jit effect, a thtir.vThe ,

Barr presided at the punch bowl Mrs. J. H. Ritch circle leader lends to help her celebrate the counties are spending the week at 11-1,'Clay 11, Collier 8, Columbia 14, Professor should have sized up that there is a symmetrical rclatnn,
during the evening and l 83 DeSoto 10, Dixie 10 Du- the hand as follows' : "A can have only existing between the distribution ot t
; t _ following presided over the meeting and Mrs. occasion, she being six years of I the University of Florida College I four clubs, for he nan led the three and! the four suits in any one of the hands
val 55 Escambla 6
43
,
I of here Flagler
Agriculture for their annual the deuce. in dummy.Therefore,A nand the distribution of any one of the
short course. This Is the 16th Franklin 5. Gadaden 14, Gilchrist should only make two club tricks and four suits among the four hand. Thin

: Record Victor short course, and is marked by the 6. Gllades :13. Gulf 7, Hamilton 10, two spade trick If the diamonds are symmetrical relation 1 III well exemplified
Race Thanks Firestone'Upper largest atendance on record. Hardee 15 Hendry 6. Hernando 10 evenly divided I can go game without by the distribution of the follow"-,

Each of Highlands 11, HUlsborough 73. finessing the. queen of hearts. I If f they i hand which came .up recently in ac' tdon't d
the the' '
boys won trip
-.. here for outstanding club work in Holmes 23.Indian break, then I will have to finesse play:

his county. They are staying at River 8, Jackson 28, Jefferson .' Hearts( -,-Q .

the University dormitories and tak. 13 Lafayette 5. Lake 23, Ciubs-l'J7, 4

ing meals at the University cafeteria Lee 23. Leon 21. Levy 17 Liberty Diamonds A, 8, 7, 6, 2

and are touchof ,,8. Madison 12. Manatee 19. Marion Spades-5,4.3
getting a
good Hearts- T, 9, 6 Hearts-1C. 10, 7, '
33 Martin 8, Monroe 17. Nassau
college life along with the instructions Clubs 10 8 6,5 1. Y Clubs 2
r Q, : -
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13 Okaloosa 23 Okeechobee
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and entertaining features Diamonds- Q}, j. !.5 ,: A B I ldiiIonds--, 10. I Iibpade
.. of the short course. Orange 37, Osceola .12. Palm Spades*. 7 .t f Z I *-J, 9, 8, 2

,. .. Those boys who have not attend. 17 39 Pasco 23, Pinellaa 54.1 .
... sJJ. ed previous short courses are being 37 Putnam 25. St. Johns 20, i iII Hearts-A. 8, 4. 2
; .. given general St. Lucle 9, Santa Rosa 23,. Sara.: IT Clubs-A. 9, 3
courses including .
< 0 .. ,"",')v v II sota 11 Seminole 13, Sumter 12, Diamond*-4
livestock
farm
mechanics horticulture ...
'f.,. Spades-A, K, Q 10, 6
A insects and diseases farm I Suwannee 20. Taylor 12, Union 5,

ItI record keeping. poultry, and swim. !I, Volusla 37, Wakulla 14, Walton 24: AUCTION: BIDDING: At the second trick; he led the are of

and Washington 17. hearts and then low' heart trumping
ming. The other boys are taking' No score, rubber game. Z dealt and a ,
in lie then cluwhich '
led low
special In either cltrlcul- I e- dummy. a
courses bid one spade. All passed and A opened '
B On this trick.
Jensen trumped.
ture, agronomy, livestock produc. Construction of grammar the six of clubs. / won the trick with ,
: school building to start played his ace! of clubs so that he cou I
soon
the nine of clubs and proceeded to look
tion poultry dairying, or vegetable finesse the itter. No ',
king jack nialKwhat
St. Augu Une---Local streets be- the overVhat would !figure
( i pnAd you
I
production an I'hewa writing. The B now plays Z must make >
| short course is In charge'ot: R. W. I ling improved. as to probable distribution and correct small slam. Figure it out. The hand
of the hand? Z should note! that
I
pay!
I Hollywood Construction of remarkable in that after the first lea
Blacklock, state boys' club j .
agent I his.own hand and V's were divided
: Ocean front the distribution f.all I four I>
highway Hollywood 0 suits can "
I and other workers In the College of 5-4-3-U lie also! noted that A opened
; j: Beach Hotel south to Dade county so accurately'deter'1ned.'! It is also'
Agriculture are assisting with the I the six of clubs and that 13 played the
remarkable illustration of the Law
L courses. I line expected to start noon.I deuce.! If U had held two clubs, he :
All of the four
I .. would have started echo to show his Symmetry. suits ai I
Principal among the speakers at'! i .=i iI :: partner that he could an trump the thirdroundofdubssohisplayoIthedeuce all! of the four hands have the sat"

I the general assemblies are Dr. John I j' Clayton, district agent -with the p I d.lstrabutlon. 5-4-3-1. It is the hi

J. Tigert, president of the Univer1Bity. I'i Florida Agricultural Extension indicated a singleton. Z, therefore time such that. the writer has ever noli.

Dr. Wilmon. Newell dean of Service. I ITo (inured that the clubs were divided a unique hand.

the College of Agriculture Hon. cultUate the grove now and I I 5-4-3-1. lie held five spades and his '
Nathan tear dummy\ three, so that, i if A also held a CONTRACT BIDDING: .
Mayo, commissioner: of ag up a young cover crop like
singleton it must be m spades. ThereZ should bid two spades and V thn
riculture and others. crotalaria! or beggarweed would almost i4, fore, the spades must be divided spades. A and B always pnss Z shout

Friday, June 10 from 8 to 830: destroy the cover crop. Plow. I 3.4.34Iii.heartanddiamondholding now bid five spades and, if Y i i.

EST, the boys will give a radiocast ing through( native grasses will al I and that of the dummy also indicated a sporty bidder; he will bid six spailf

rp from typical ..H club camp- so greatly reduce the amount of organic : jwsnibility that these suits were divided I It is a toss-up; but, a. already pointi

fire over state radio station matter they will produce. If r I !5-4-3-1. i, therefore, who was a very out, Z can make six spades ..inst an.

WRUF. The two boys who will rep fertilizer Is to be applied. Mr. Clay.. fine" player,decided to play accordingly. .defense.

, left, Harvey S. Firestone Jr., referee of the rare, and Eds l Ford pacemaker on the first lap. resent Florida at the National Club tonsuggested scattering it over the Problem-

Lower, Fred Frame, the winner, and Jerry llauek, ridirjj mechanic, in the car they drove to victory. Camp in Washington D. C.. next ground and letting the rain takeit "' Hearts. -..1I

week will speak in between the :

Men, automobiles and tires set amazing new whiih helped me win the Imlianapoli SOO-mile songs and yella I in.Growers who are anxious to cut I 5, CI.uh..8..1,6 Diamonds-none

t; records. of speed and endurance in this year's500mile race today without tire trouble, setting a new the cost of production and Spades-A. J. 7

r International race on the Indianapolis record of more than 104 mile an hour for the Fellamere Cane grinding mill I larly to lower the partlcU-1 I : U1 rt'l-I 0, j$ Heart*-Q. I tI

Motor Speedway. Giving a splendid exhibition 600 mile." being erected here. should think quite a bit before they I I ( \...Uh4 t Y : Clubs-O. .i iDiamonds
'' _ of cool and steady driving, Fred Frame veteran The race throughout was a remarkable -- .- --, -- allow the young growing cover .nol1dlStl1, 9, 8, 7 t A B : -' 3

:, of many races won the event in record-breaking Firestone triumph. Every car to finish was COVER CHOI'S STARTED; 4OKOUEKS I crop to be destroyed. It Is a well Apatles- none : Z : Spades8

.4 time. With an admiring throng milling around equipped with Firestone Tires. The first four SHOL'KD: STOPCt.'LTnATlON" established I-. _
fact that organic mat
broke the former Hearts- K.6., 5i
him after his sensational record of 101.13 miles an hour
_______ things Frame did was victory to end one the of following the first made>v Peter :De Paolo in 1925. In all the history OF CITRUSSince ter Is Important in a citrus soil and I i .' .11, Club*-none
of the that some kind of a good DiamondskQ,6
telegram to famous motor race there has never been a covercrop
?
manufacturer Harvey Firestone, pioneer tire more severe test of tIres and never a finer demonstration most of the citrus belt has Is the most feasible. way to Spade*- 10

of their qualities! than was furnished this gotten rain and the cover crop are add the organic matter along with '
the"I wonderful want to congratulate performance you of and Firestone thank you on year. It was the thirteenth consecutive victory for getting a start .it ia time to stop large quantities of organic nitro Tf spades any are defense trump and Z is in the (lead, )how can Y Z win all of the trhl.3Sgain.t

\Sires Firestone
cultivation to H.
according G. gen. (dilution in the next article.
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Ji'NET2933 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARK). Fi.OKIUA PAGE' "IVP.I ?,.1.. :
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I Mr. and Mrs. H Lr Brownlee 1 i ., ,''J r

Jr. and son, Louis, of Atlanta, Ga., t TRANS-STATE 'I ed

spent the w tt-end ii>''Stark with I
Bits of :ml,relatives Mrs Brownlee and son : '

i will remain ,for a longer visit with I' CANAL PROJECT | : P. ;I

her parents, Mr and Mrs. M Levl- : .\t : :11
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Mr. A. C. burden of Tampa will\ I Leesburg. June 3. Addresses" 1.,-'\\" : f;
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made at various of those
upend: the week-end with his son- meetings 'Kth ',
People Business and in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. I interested In the northern\ route 19,' l :; I : ( } ; : : ;: = ;

Concerning for a ship or barge canal across II A :; ; 1'1
CX L Beasley. Mr Durden will be N
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Progress of the County and Town. accompanied home by his wife who Florida and reports of those statements .':. :; ; ; :; j !
carried In the Itewspapl'rs ,'l.l i'k : : l l
has been upending. several (
days and : ,
I'i hero have caused the impression to become ..,.. :. | : f I
---..:-'.:.5-- general that consideration of .... : I '
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Anderson and children last week. Sammy graduated wit I Mr and Mrs George Gardiner other routes had been I abandoned. \v.,''S.. : : : ( r 1;
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.jr.> ,.. relatives in Rome, Ga. high honors and was elected membership -! Mrs L. O Jones and Mr. Hans But a letter from Lieut ('01. Frazier cli-lk, : : r

e v,' to an honorary dental frs.. Austin will spend Sunday In Hastings to A. F Knotta. answering his: nn I'1"", i : '

Johns of Jacksonville, ternlty 1 with Mr. and Mrs 7 J. Rob- Inquiry on the subject shows that ..li. rk.. '' I II ?
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I" I I
Mr] i
this week In Starke. er)a and Mr. and Mrs. W. S Yel- all Is not lost for the OklnwahaWUhlactmchee .' .. .1.I'rk I '

9pe, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Flume and v Ing ton in celebration of Mr. Gardiner'a route. The letterIn .. ; I
I ,,
,
:- $ '
daughter Clara spent the weekend and his tull "ays: I
\ Bishop is spending a daughters' birthdays. torn 'pli
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MI ,, Ark. In Jacksonville with Mr. and May 2i 1932. l'n : : 1 I i i i
''I i I Springs
,U( ---- Mrs R. W. Mills. Miss Hazel Adkins and Miss An- Mr. A F Knotts, President, iin.l li-ik.' l: t: ,i i\

Sale. nie Mae Pearce returned Florida Inland & Coastal Waterways l'I.. \ < l j
-hlrts 49e, Stump's Tuesday :!
t I
Orf's Association i ,'1< I i ,
Mr. and Mrs D. P.
CarpenteiMrs. r. from Jacksonville Beach where ,

i I'' Wadsworth and Mr. T. T Long and Miss Flora they attended the Z T. A house Yankeetow, Florida, lltUl i i \t ::; i 11
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M" ,
Dear Sir: 'i'
Ii ,I'>n of Wildwood were Belle Jackson motored to Jacksonville I party ,, ,, ,
v I 1. Relative to of
,1 s of Mr. Ray Colley. Sunday. I your inquiry Ml' '
,
|rent May 21 1932 concernii'g the survey \ ': \V I I :I: t
--- : Mr. and Mrs. R. O Daniel and 1<
B Massie of )Montlcello Mrs. J. M. Brownlee entertained I sou, Russell of Sarasota and Mrs. of cross-state canal it is re- !': ....i: I.: 'I: : ) : I II i 1i i?

Mr \ ek-end with ]his fam- members of her Sunday school Josephine Edwards returned to gretted that press accounts. of this '

cn' class with a spend the day partyat i their Tuesday after a visit here work have misled many parties by I

e Kingsley Lake Friday. with relatives. They were accompanied intimating that the survey work A
to be m' an early [ rl
: ,' i j' carpenter, Mrs T. T. by Mrs J. W. Edwards and was completed ,

..W :UHS Flora Belle Jack'hurstl Mrs J W. Andrews, Jr., and I daughter Elaine for a vtslt date and that only cert.iln designated :
n1 ''J and routes were to b>- covered
children Buddy,
,ly in Jacksonvillo Jacqueline ; --- I
D II'' I' have.returned. from a visit at Jacksonville j| RucondiUcme d Refrigerators at 2. For your Information' I le i
-- wish\ to that it Is the Intention FOR :
ovrnllH, 4c! Stump'H. Sale. Beech. i attractive prices Smith's Garage. say .
Men" 0-10-21 of of this office! to make ,nn impartial t
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Ben Sternberg andhn Mrs. W. E. Brown and niece. and comprehensive ..urvey of ,
on
Han Miss\ Carter of Jacksonville : and-r-;: R.'V. all possible routes which arc considered : :
I'' nan attended the footballsing Evelyn Mr. Mills and I WA
,nool at the U. of F., in were the guenta Monday of Mrs.H. I daughter, Elizabeth, of Jacksonville I economically feasible for of I ) ,
r: barge or ship canal crossing! Florida -
,, .in. thin week. L. Brownlee. I will spend this week-end in ta {
lInc" .
or Georgia, or both. You may '
--- l LStaike with Mr. and Mrs F F. pi a
: 'G Powell and her broth- Gingham So per yd. Stump's Sale. Flume. rest assured that the \Vllhlncooclwe .er J.
Ilr. .. route will be covered by a
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of Miami, ----- ----- ,
Frlpp -- ---- --- "
11VllliI\ m i: ,
visiting their mother, "Mra. A. Miss Roslyn Jacobs of the F. S. Those attending the school of detailed purvey 1 I "1

I e Frlpt ''Jt Columbia, S C. C. W., at Tallahassee ha arrived instruction of the O. E. S. in 3. In all probability one andA C : :
I half to two lime will berequired
Gainesville Saturday were Mrs. E. years /
t for the submission of this
Haynes return-par-ents I B. Wells, Mra. '.V. H Biggs Mrs -
Sarah Hope
Miss[ j I complete report during which, time :
from St. Augustinehere Griff Phlllipa of Lawtey Mrs. E.
Sunday t
1 she has been visiting rela- Col. and and Mrs. D. E. Knight W. Hayes, Mr. G. M. Sistrunk and any suggestions or research studies!I 1 "''J.
wish to submit fIT the consideration I
recent visitors in Jacksonville you
were Mr. and Mrs -C A Kutch.
ivei of the boKiil) b ,
and St Augustine.Mrs. may *
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filed with this office.
1 BrnuJiloth anti prints 'yd wide, | Reconditioned Refrigerators at
R- S. Humphrey and :Mrs Very truly yours I
attractive Smith's Cur
prices pe
Or !stump, Sale. ; L. V. FRAZIER, : ''
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Freeman Register, after spending &..302t.I /
several days :In Jacksonville .the I Lt., Col. Corps \>f Engineers I i
of Galnes :
J Mrs C V Simpson I Dlstitr't" HnglneeT.TUI ,
lille visited relatives In Starke this last of the week, have returned. .I Milton Brownlee, Jr., James -.----- (
home. i" Wainwright. Richard Long 1
leek '
CKS CAUK\ 1
and George!' Inman, students of the !

Mrs W E. Middleton and Miss I'ote2: :>c :;!Stump's Suit,. ,I University of Florida at Gatnes- StTAIK: CROPS) ill : I 11

"Monday In -vllle, have returned to spend their '
Middleton spent I .
Mgf Sixteen cent-if Florida's citrus -
Miss Mary Dodd K>f Tallahassee, .nijnimer holidays with their rexpecJ.ve per of '
ackaonville. left Tuesday tor Ocala after a visit | parents. crops moved out of the state 1\\

here with her mothir, Mrs. WIlliam .. .. .. thus far this season nan gone by
this -- -
A Z Adkins Jr., is spending I truck according to state -marketIng :

eek in Jacksonville with his Norris. i Miss Louise Thede left Sunday figures In the first third of d : ( I {

\[its .1 1 L, Wilkes 'for Rack Hill South Carolina '
aunt'j the to Dec. 31, 1931! 2,500
season
Robinson Is attending I }
Eldredge where she will enter the Conservatory -
Typewriter-- ---ribbons, and I the football training school at \th>' II of Music for special trainingin cars of 851,572: boxes had been (' ,} $' ''J
while trial 1
moved by truck shipments
at the Telegraph of- University of Florida in Gainesvillethis piano during the summer !WH-
for sale '
per IS.RO'i:
from the state were
week. While. there -he Is the sion.

.ce. ,' guest of Wilson Hendry. I cars. A1
_._ The total tIIovem'nl from 'the'state I '
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Misses Roalyn/ and Miriam Jac- \\KATIIEK KSPOIITCorrpiled :
since the season opened Is i
Stump's MR sale goes onbiggent I --
Dobrow spent
obi and Mr William '
and If the lute track (
week. I values f\erofTered to the pull by Starke Branch, U. 48,000 cars
sewal days in Tampa this I shipments continue in the ratio of .. { '
Ilr. S. Forestry Department.

Mrs M. p. Frevatt of Green Cove For,week ending June .8. the early movement 1931-32, total truck will "wJ.'J| \
of the
prings,, Is the guest of her daugh- Mr. and:! Mrs 1W. P..Randall and Date Max. Min. Prcclp. movement crop
.
children of Jacksonville, f\pent: June 2 84 68 68 be 7.500 carsAtlanta ... :i.
H. A Bishop.
ter. Mrs
led all cities In arrival
Tuesday Starke with Airs. Ran- June 3 76 69 56 !J< ;J' US'fl
.Mr. and.Mrs. J. M. 74 '69 T. of fruit by trmik! that'clty-rwolv-) } ; I
ilr aDd Mrs. T. B. 'Maaste: .spent dall's parents, June 4 boxes of fruit Savannah .. "
80.00O
Sunday in Jacksonville Wit Mr. Alvarez June I 5 84 70 78 Ing r !
Birmingham
'69 .45 took 31.000 boxes .I
June 6. 81
nd Mrs J A. Long. .
-- Col. and Mrs. J E. Kutch, Miss (,, June 7 82 69 10.00O; Charteston. 13000 \ ,t,

Typewriter ribboua and carbon Mary Brownlee and Miss Miriam ''June 8 93 72 MTRA11'1SMRitV .

iper for sale at the Telegraph of- Jacobs were guests ,Saturday: of: F[' Total 1 rainfall for week 2 T7 In. ('ltcJ! 1r',. f ( r

,ce Mr. and .?Irs. .. S. Blitch at State iMi'mvvKs on LOOK 4

-. farm. I DEPOSITORS TO .MEET ON ()/: 1KK f--\It\lS: :
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Mr and Mrs. W. J. Epperson !

.ptnt Sunday in Lawtey with Mr. )Men's Socks 5r I'". !Stump's' Sail!.' A meeting of savings Account
nil< Mrs George Anderson.Mr | poHitors of the Bradford Count) conditions In this section a rS
Mr. and Mrs. W P. Smith spent Bank will be held at the courthouse
I of the Ozarks don't look as gloomy
in Jacksonville. They In Starke Monday June 13 1932
Ray Colley returned Tues- Wednesday ; as In some other areas:-thankH to
lay from Norfolk, Va., where Jie were accompanied home by their at ;p p. m. As a means ot Identification prospects for a bountiful straw- : :

tent several days. daughter Miss Myra Smith, who please bring your certifi berry crop.Shipping>>. 'iir

will spend several .days:here. cate. organizations, antici- t ; '
MIss oiselle Turner of Macclen- ----- ----
lairt In
brisk business,
pating a
I
vy. spent Tuesday with her grandmother Mrs. E. S. Matthew..and Mrs. (lllrlh wen In advance
I Mrs F. B. Johns H. B. MeLendon returned Tuesday Mr. 7tnd Mrs. K. DeSha, Waldo,, supplies of crates l ) R
of the picking season. Quotation
from New York City where they daughter, June 2nd. I' "A1
'' Cecil Whitehead,, ranging around $250: per 21-quarl r
Miss Bunnie Canova is vtaiting attended graduation exercises Mr and Mrs. were (' ,
crate at the point
shipping
er uncle and uint Dr. and :Mrs. of> Eugene Matthews at Columbi" 1 Lawtey, son, Juno. 6th. expected to be maintained unless do ; i !

H nrv chase: of Jacksonville.Mrs University. "
GAKI OP TII.\NK-S the market became glutted with to I t! ;; !
offering from uQier arms
i c Hoppe of Tampa Is :Bath towels. Oc Stomp' Sale During the season strawberrh-t ", I ; 1 ti
We desire to our sincere 1.f' .
I lye!> express
guest of O. U
: her mister, JMrs kindness and are shipped from any south\ Mb" Ir
for the !
zeaeley) .MIss Hazel MhliUelon returned appreciation : ; 1
home Monday from Jacksonville ![ assistance given during the sickness sour) points In carload 'lots. I 't

and ,death of our child, and -- 1 I ,
Mls >ive, Dell of Gainesville, Beach where she, attended the Z.T. ; (' '
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thank Mr. and Mrs. .\NMJAI KSK
especally do we .,
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the
guest of her uncle and aunt. A house party. I'
1Ir. Perry Newsom and Dr. Brown. AT T\LL.\JJ.\SoIr.ar.!
anu Mrs. J. E. Wilson. 1 j
Mrs. L. E. Dowllng and Mrs.Mae Frank Morgan and Family. -; : ,
the Seventeen girls from Bradford
were
Jones of Jacksonville,
1Ir and Mrs. L. A. Davis .spent i ,
Saturdat" Thursday of Mrs. W,E.Mld- :NOTICE I and Union counties are attending I i! "t
m Jacksonville.
dleton. the annual 4-H Short Course at 1 ) i

'The board of public Instructionof > I Tallahassee.The I i ",
tiles Tam-;;:
Hnby Dyal of la the Bradford County will receive girls left Starke Friday
Mrs G. W. Thomas, Misses Lacy I I
t9t >t !ner aunt Mrs. O. .i. ,.Grifn bus and :I
Klckllter and bids on school bus routes until 4 I morning at 9 o'clock by
Azalene
and
lay
June 18, 1932. Information : will return June 9th. Miss Jordan !
Miss Olney Eurlst of Stuart, visited'I p. m. Saturday .

Mrs. E. M. Thomas and Mr. J. ..F.Klck.Jlter on changes of routes I county home demonstration i : : ;
Bathing Suits I at Stump's. Side. Wednesday and Thurs can be bad by calling at the of. ( agent chaperoned the girls. The 3

i flee of superintendent of schools. girls' Short Course Is under the ;
of last week. I
.'. r II d Mrs. W. J. Epperson. day I'6-lO-Zt.. A. J. Griffin. SecyIllGHLAM : direction of Miss Flavla Gleason, :
anII'" and Mrs. R. L. Epper- state home demonstration agent I
'" Bird HOMO, all new r
Humming
an family of Jacksonville, Hale. ) and her staff Instructions will be .
79c Stump's
shades ,
ore. 'HITS In Starke Tuesday. imuncr .Mr*. Frank Bless, 'or. given In gardening, poultry raising, ; ,

food conservation, home Improvement I 1 1kW

va Mr ,i Mrs B. H. Lovell cf their Mr.guests and Mrs.V.Sunday. G.Mr.Haile and bad Mrs.as ,. F. M. Crews was a business visitor l. sewing, nutrition hygiene, : ; :f. '

spent Friday and Sat- to Lawtey Tuesday. leadership and community recreation ,I,
3ul 'h Mr. and Mrs. J. A. 1.u O. Knight of Jacksonville; Huff Mini :Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lucas spent The junior and senior posture *

I Nancy Sigma and Mr. Don I(1 Tuesday and Wednesday with Mr.. contest salad, table letting, flow '' : 1

Mr _. of Atlanta, Ga. j I Lucas' sister Mrs. Frank Blons. (. ers, songs and health contest will ,, c jf

Mrs. C. E. Johns of Bald- W. G. Haile and Mrs. T. J. C. D. Marr spent the week-end at be entered by the girls from this' / : : r

\'Ira the guests Tuesday of Tiffin Mrs. spent Tuesday at Kingsley :Starke visiting his sister Miss Ol- county. i i -'
Corpening. lie Marr. I Those who are attending the contest
Lake with Mrs. J. H. Ritch. i Mr. and Mrs. George Wilkinson are: Marie Thede Le Rethn i I''

IX R and Mr. H. C. and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elena and I i Jeffery, Aleene Rosier Lois Moore, I !

."j CKl if Jacksonville, were the Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wainwrightleft ,children were shopping In Lawtey Margaret Prevatt, E. aie Sapp, r' j

*. "" mday of Mr. and Mrs. L. Saturday for :Miami, where Saturday afternoon. I Mildred Phillips, Alberta Hlnson.{'' I i
Da\ H I Ii
they will make their future borne. I Mrs. M. Carter was visiting her M. E. Wynn Annie Laura Tucker, ; i &' rI flt1

'parents Mr. and Mrs. Blllie Start-1 Doris Meade!, Louise Surrency, OZ-j
Pat Sale.. I Vivian and Oul< .,, : 1
Knight has accepted a p'RI' Boy Overall 39o Stump's Ing. of Clay Hill Tuesday. ena Green,
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\!j'n State Radio Station, Mrs. Fannie Griff and sons, i Brannen. Rebecca Mond.i and Marjorie ;' l I

'n Gainesville for the sumo Mrs. M.. E. Edwards of :3ackson- Leroy and Henry and J. Osteen i Mlzelle. I 1 :
,
r I.*., villa, left Tuesday for Gainesville were visitors at the home
to visit her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Crews Monday afternoon. Lake Worth Dr. F. M. 'Jolly ,

ilr el<: Mr>. Sternberg and dklns, after spending several days Miss Ethel Ricks and Carson Work to start soon on Winter :I k

'iUgh"OIIded Miss I P.i'h Sternberg at- here with Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Crtffis motored to Starke Tuesday Garden-orlando road. :

hen the gradu tion exercises of afternoon. Fort Myers-Normal ''organization -

19n Samm- at the Atlanta Ladles, and children's waah Mrs. Nelson Green was a visitor of Fort Myers Restaurant As- ; (

"""hern Dental College to Atlanta dresses 69o turnp'. Sale. here Tuesday. {I lociatlon: completed. : I !



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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA d ..FRIDAY..... dtSt: 0. lyl,

PAOK'SIXFARM_ ; .. I '- $1I- \I opened dental- office' here. I months. Winter.. -Park -
ii _
.-, -.--. cucumbers $645,000; peppers "
4- +--+-+ i ,
and top working citrus. W M Summerlin Bartow New
r 700,000, ; cabbage $943,625, ; tomatoes .- I Arcadia Oak .
Among the speakers were E F I WRUF FARM PROGRAM $6,026,400, beans $5.568,000: opened car repair shop on Polk coed for business -t'

NEWS SECTION DeBuHk. rltrlculturlst and Hf'layton 0 $2,277,500 and mixed avenue. Leesburg n Sea

I4 a district agent, with lhe I t "The Voice of Florida"On If I potatoes vegetables $2.6153.750. I Fort Myers George E Hosmer market in Mi-Grocerv ele)

Florida Agricultural Extension weekly knownas Tallahassee ,,
Palm Beach county led in vege launched new paper Cons' '
them, : I8d
Service and J R Watson while Polk county; "Southwest Floridan. Co., Miami received <:;.

i Conducted By :I and Dr. B R.. Fudge, asslsta the Florida Farm Hour from I' led table in shipments citrus shipments. Lake City --. Effort made to se- tract for surface treating i ., (lflri ri

chemist with the Florida Experiment noon to 12:45: EST each day next' a cure new buildings at Veterans' 143 in Palm Beach count

4 f U T. DYER, County Agent I Station Among the topics week over state radio station r. Administration Hospital here. Survey being made ,of ,I.tr

Demonstration Agent discussed were fertilizers' cultivation talks will 1 be Hollywood .- Laying out of city route for proposed '
eanal'
Home <
PEARL JORDAN, I WRUF the following HOUSEWIVES
d : HINTS TO 'At
i 11IoI cover crops, soil acidity, I Insects given by College of Agriculture nursery between Taft and Arthur lantic to ,the Gulf. ..Madi1.\ later:

.. the outlook and propogatlcIOKEIGN 1 ,streets progressing. prise-Recorder
workers. from Home Demonstration
'IRAINED DKMONSTUTIOKS: 'I Farm [Weekly Williston --- Bank of Archer
Florida
Sat. June 11 CrestvlewvWalton ,,
Length /al/Is COME: Specialist, TaUahaaaee con i
tale
NKK17KI UEllES'l'i'I) I for
AND TEACHERS News and Hints. Farm Editorial! i I moved to this city and opened gallon making effort' i"r. ,
Important Factor TC OIUF.NT NEW l'AItIF.U04By : TO KM'EKIMENT STATH] business ''nOI',
Snapshots. I tolls from Ferry system
I
Roa
In Truck Growing ( Spudn Johnson) Mon., June 13 Practices Good Frostproof Work started on No. 152 at Choctawhatche,, ,
agricultural and home Florida Agricultural Experiment CANNING TOMATOES: av
The
County Farmers are Proving-J. Lee construction of Texaco Filling Station Hollywood Louis Lmi ,
i Length of day in an Importan demonstration agent and teachers) Station Is receiving requests Smith. Farm Flashes from Was: being erected by O. C. Wilkesat meat market at 2006 Boui."')ene)

factor In the growing of vege of vocational agriculture have< for Its publications from numerous Ington. Fortunately canning does not corner A street and Scenic high Jacksonville -. Bids arc
ipeneii I
;'' table crops, tents now in progres been proving their worth in the foreign! .counties throughout the! Tues., June 14 -The Chinch Bug materially change the exture 01 six and one-half miles '. to
Station 15 world, attesting to the high regard food value of tomatoes. They arc way.Winter DRtruc
at the Florida Experiment country for more than years on St Augustine Lawns-J. 1 R. Garden Miss Julia : tlon work on road No 47 .
In former In which the' station's research the simplest of all vegetables tc elWeel
show: 'Tie true that there were Watson. The Pecan Nut Cas e- Dunham opened beauty salon In South Jacksonville and ',
.. L : Spaulding Rose potatoes grown days those of us who were Inclined work and bulletins are held In for- Bearer Fred W. Walker. Farm: :an, and can be used In many pleasIng Edgewater Hotel building. Lake. odby
i of daylight corresponding their helpful sug ign; countries. In one week re- ways, proving attractive, palatable -
.. under period to scorn Question Box Delray Beach New sound Bayard Bids opene; !''or I
f that In Maine have Jus but "Them days are gone ently: the station received three the Sun and healthful. 'Ut
l to gestions, Wed., June 15--Using equipment to be installed in Delray facing three miles Road N ,tnet,
been harvested and yielded at the I forever" and most of us are using equests from the Union of Soviet to Heat the Home Water Supply Cunning:. Proems Theatre.Brooksvll1eExperlmental.

i'i rate of 6B.5 bushels per acre, compared or agents to give us actual help Socialist Republics (Russia)) one .-Frazier Rogers. Primer for TowFarmers. Select and wash well ripened to- work) here.Miami Beach Mr u?,, yin]
bushels from iYID iplot torn China and one from Brazil. Ler; for tomatoes. Scald them in
122.4 timely.
r with which Is quite .
Alfred Marcus leased
to start soon at Brooksville eta 46. 'un
'frla
Florida, daylight perlodH another and The requests came from All UnIon 16Control ofChlckenpoxDr. Dolling water for about a minute 01'move
under
; ; I And now comes Thurs., June nnon Apartment house ir' Eucll
and) 102 bushels from one Irownunder for the agents : Institute for Vegetable Research E. F. Thoma the core by inserting a knife tion.Total
y more pressing Job of 31 new'farms started in avenue and 13th street p ian' redecorating
; of day. Moscow, The Kershoa Cotton about one half inch from the stem
Florida,
Cuban' length not quite as pressing In Spuds Johnson Visits the County Orange county during last six entire building
under Station, and the Fundamental around the solid por-
''t The three plots 1 were grown perhaps, as In other parts of the Growing Agent. and cutting
excep Library of the Lenin Academy Inn Slip the skins, and remove
the name conditions United States, but an importantjob Fri., June 17 The Trench Silo
that the hours of daylight were tilt never-the'less. The Florida of Agricultural Science, -W. J. Sheely. Odd Jobs About the black spot from the blossomnd.
mixed and RHCola. Superior de Ag.| Pack solid in to tin or glass
UisHla the
T feirnt The soil was have been through a similar ; the Crop and Livestock Farm- J. ;
J divided between the three agents boom days when Icultura e Veterlnaria, Brazel, and Smith. containers, filling the glass jars
then experience during Lee I Do You Know?
+
V 1 plots Each potato planted wa new settlers were coming rapidlyto .Ingnan University Canton Chin. 1-11 Campfire Krnutli'imtH but leaving a head space of one'ourth +-J

I cut In three ports and one pat' the state. Says the Agricultural --- 4 Part of an actual 4-H club campfire ) to one eighth inch in the I
All wen BEEF: : III'I-I.H .Ins. A teaspoonful of salt and
planted in with plot. Lenders Digest: I'riCEIUCF.D will be broadcast from state

fertlll/pd watered!, and othorwlHi extension, agents and instructors (>U'IN<1 (Won KKSII.T: radio station WRUF Friday evi me of sugar mixed may be added I Ito

; handled, the snme The flours of "County In vocational agriculture I ling, June 10", from 8 to 8:30: ESI each quart. Seal the glass Jars I i i *- T '

b ; light were controlled by an.auto. "and home economics will be welcome I Tallahassee, Fin Good remill More than''275 boys attending their: and process in boiling water, pints
device which roller'( a shed beef will 3 to( minutes and quarts 35 minutes. 1'V'aTI11y1
math angels\ of aid to the army of being obtained from purebred ( innual short course partlc ..ae
all three plots at sundown, Corn who will Exhaust the tins, seal while hot,
over and women who with their bulls In Leon county reports ate The two boys represent i
h, turned on electric< lights, anti then men families are moving back from city ty Agent G. C. Hodge. More than Florida at the National 1-1{ and process for about five minutes

u(4tN4iv cut them off on each' plot at proper to country. The great trek has ,00f) good quality, half-tree Club Camp In Washington just after ess than the glass jars. Cool !

time't culveR were born during the Iflst the short course! will speak I i In lulckly.

The tubers on the Maine plot, averaged legun. department of'ag- lonth One farmer has 23 fine etween the songs, yells, and other Tomato JuiceTomato

F:: 1 148 grams, while those from "The federal the problems' Involved calves from a small herd and a ntertaining features by the boys.KI.ODS juice is proving to be anew
riculture senses drink. Its
two plots weighed about bull two and quite popular
other purchased years .
the the change and Is prearing purebred .
d In
s 130 grams each. The plot under I I meet the new emergency. UOOO( ( (\\ rut'ir ichness in vitamins and organic I a
) to wen known. It has proven r
go.In Is
ik.$ lru .. Maine: conditions produced larger stol A national advisory and legislative the county agent's' drive t I to SHIPPED OUTSIDE HT.VT1 rids most popular when practically allf 4
h vines, set the tubers on longer beenippninted bulls in herd --
has
every
& ; committee on land' use put purebred I I is removed.
,, ons, and produced rounder potatoes and has held some meet- In the county, 21 bulls have bee A hundred and fifteen thousan the pulp .
I firm tomatpesVash
which !III typical of potatoes grownin placed so far- this year. At thcginnlng .carloads of Florida fruits and vegeables Select red-ripe,
The Cuban and Ilorldaplots > ngs ,' them,, and cut out the cores
Maine finds that there : of the ypar there were I rolled to market In the 1931
three' "This committee In covered container
about a
look lightly
set the crop
bulls In the tour-
herd
their 37 purebred 32 season and $68,000.000 rolled
weeks earlier The Maine plot was ire four groups finding way.bflCk xtract; the pulp by passing the
; resistant to bacterial wilt to the farm In the first group ly. ack> to find places In the pocketf ,cooked fruit through coarse and
more : I
which attacked :all three plots. The ire. those who fomerly lived on the S Florida farmers and growers. hen fine sieve. Add @ little salt

r on the Maine plot was recorded arm and who, having been caughtn 4-11 ('i.ru )not s 10 KAHN These figures were announced' If desired, or It may be added when
,'il damage
'i at 5: percent, Unit on the the .squeeze of chloroformed In- IIKIPKU: : ItV \IsIMJ: TIIKKI by the tate marketing bureau the juice Is served. Heat the juice
: and In the cities, are now back/ preliminary to the issuance of i a Into hot
Florida plot at 10 percent, iustry to 150 degrees F., pour i

''i: damage on the Cuban plot at 21 jn a few rented acres. They will Eight 4-H club boys In Alachui complete season's reports by the Itwas ontainers seal, and sterilize at
and ommlssioner of agriculture.
: percent" reed the help'If the extension :county have received 2.1 Jerse; bout 180 degrees F. Higher tem-
: ; do
has out that the figures
"This experiment shows,, unmistakably vocational agents for farming heifers which they will care fond pointed eratures tend to destroy the flavr. -
there. An- not. include watermelons. Shipments -
e I that the variety of potatoes hanged since they were .
{ feed for 18 months, and In return -
conlItlOIM ther Includes city people of thin crop recently began, S. Thursby.
Isabella
light group.
% tested preferred each boy will receive one hell
iti, found in who have never known life In the and will continue Into late summer, .4 "
those
similar to 1'1' for his trouble. The calves ar
to !it was originated and ountry They will need even more Oranges led the crops with I a 'TESTED RECIPES FOKCl'ClTMBEK
where
a
; Maine: (:-lng supplied by Milam Dairy;
third class value for tracks, with $19
work The money : I'ICKLES
for much xpert guidance./
Is- room distributed
r" that there Farm, Miami and are being -
!
t along the line of breeding and selecting retting back to the land includes by County Agent Fred L.Craft. 26,960! for 25,520 carloads. The '

r { varieties of vegetables that farmers who have had their farms Each boy will care forthree range harvest totaled 12.100.00C( Mustard Pickle i a'GWd.IA
7" coming back to operate boxes with a gross value of $23
climatic ented and are c
Florida
are adapted to of the heifers for the 18 10 qts. sliced\ cucumbers.
,) M. R. En- them, and In the fourth class 30,000..
conditions horticulturist explained in chargeof callze those that present low farm months to earn one of them. Grapefruit shipment totaled 2125 $;- 2 qts: sliced onion. 8 table- ,"" ,...."' C..Muto.N. .....011: /1.THAT ./"....
( sign, truck Dressing-2 qts. vinegar,
F"m"' investments Boys who are to care for thi carloads or 10,400,000 boxes
the experiment.The alucs make farm heifers are W. H. Simmons, Harry Strawberries, spoon flour 4 cups sugar, 1 table- the old spinning wheel which !I. regarded as an antique In most ,
other formf orth $11,890,125.
soil is being sterilized and more Inviting than any renshaw, Leslie McElroy Mac]! noncltruiuits spoon tumeric 6 tablespoons pow- of North America, la an Instrument of almost dally ute 'In

t the plots will be planted to peppers I Investment at the present time Henry Brown Arthur McGehee atermelons and other dered mustard tablespoons celery I many parts of rural Quebec:: Here i la a typical tight in almost any
Immediately and to other vegetable "How long will the pendulum were estimated at $5,000.000 salt. I part of northern Quebeo.
seed 1 tablespoon
,' : later on point to the country? we are ask- James Smith Orin Marchant, am The vegetable crop totaled slight should be and ,-- ....
young
1 .l t( crops I ed. Perhaps five years,, yearhaps award Hodge. Jy less than 41,000 carloads,, and the tender Vegetables and cut diagonally. An easy

L .....OIUU.\ KAKMKKS: lET more, perhaps less At any ratethe Late marketing bureau put the method in slicing is to'use a potato OFFICIALS INTERESTEDIN

I,' '+' $',>U7fll: IN CROP LO\NS situation calls for more Insteadof \'.;U.\Lt.\ A\\1 L.\ LEI valuation about $25,670,100 slicer adjusted to cut 8 slices W. 0. W.
;p leaders In agriculture I nor Ida consumed $5670,000 worth)
trained or
fewer Gainesville, FlaA supply inch. Put all vegetables Into

1 fi.! Florhln farmers borrowed $267643 ,- and home economics in the edalla, the Austrian lady-bettle of r vegetables and 3,500,000 boxes: to brine over night. In the morning WELFARE OF EVERGLADE STAB

country." effective' In the control of cot of' fruit. for 2 hours
rr,, from the 1932 crop production so i freshen in clear water
y loan fund maintained by the federal my-cushlon scale Is now available Principal vegetable crops am and then pour off water. Let these

}, ,I government, according to figures OI.K l'OI'NTY Hto\\'bllti'l \ at the State Plant Board herer their value were celery $4,700,000ATLAS ; vegetables stand ,In a liquor corns,

t received by the Agricultural STATION E. W. Bergcr, entomologist, of one-half vinegar and one-
I "ISI'C firm's! ..,.... .... posed
'l' ? Extension Service here. The loans has announced The charges are 0--- half water for 15 minutes, then

;J 1 went to 53 counties, and to 2,043 $I 1 per colony of 10, which cover scald in same liquor.To .
Lake Alfred Fla -- More that the cost of production and dlstrlbuon. Rub
t farmers, an average of $90) per make mustard dressing: s t1P+t# n
(l'''' t farm. The loans were distributed 200 Polk county citrus growers met Direction will be Included. all the dry Ingredients together n

}' over the state, na no county received here last week for a program of until smooth then add the hot vine-

over $20OOO and only three talk about citrus production and gar slowly, stirring to make

W4 received over $15,000 for a visit of the Citrus Expert- The Standard Oil smooth paste. Cook, stirring care

+' Much credit is due the county mrnt Station. Plans for the meetIng ,. fully, until the sauce thickens. Then

u agents and others on the county were made by County Agent Tire GuaranteedOne drain the vegetables thoroughly.

( loan committees for Histlng the {Frank Holland and S. F. Poole lo ,I pour over them the mustard dress-

farmers in getting the applications cal grower.A I Year Ing, let come to a boll, and seal '
41.
stated H G. tour of the experiments at the< .
; properly filled! out, In sterilized jars.
a the Extension Experiment Station was made under
-
who
represented
Clayton
'
?
NNN4Frigidaire
Ir Loan the leadership of J. H JeJferles Puck' _
,, .' Service lit the Crop Cold \( !
rl 1, Office In Washington. superintendent' who also Wash small cucumbers and pack I

gave a demonstration in buddiniwNER In sterilized jars. Pour over them
:
'I..n HKTIKIl: IIOMRSMote : ---- -- t' the following cold solution, well
r. r ---
CAPITAL punisnmenJor .., I I mixed, and seal:

farm homes are being Improved the three 2 1.2 qts. vinegar. :
a ;: Arson in'.AJItnJ' i year guar-
In the,western half of Hills- =0w.rY 1 1-2 qts. water.
'y ES''
d borough county since a tour in ...I, Aeh..J..r.m anted electric refrigerator 1 cup salt.
s' on. law !I.
which 72 home demonstration club ..nUhabla by ....h. !I. Aa ...... ...1.", 60 saccharine tablets. ,
I+ ...... .la wetly l th...II rah by lorrlM .. spices and hot peppers '
home Pickling
members visited the better ....... Th.a I. .. Mcapa. I.... I (IfI
j 'i Improvement projects over the district ... laiu arm .( tha law. N.lion.l. may be added if desired

Better Homes Week, .......... '"I .p..I.. .. p_.u..offirlala -
T i during ... ........... ...po.'''' ..."' .. III It
reports likes Allie Lee Rush, home _., .o..... .. For sale bySmith's Dill IMrkles T

t demonstration agent. The tour Anal.., M..u.a h..r..k _klnr 4 gallon jar. 9

i ,, served to remind the women of I '-|.,. .,......,..or eenln..I.e I. I Place In bottom of crock a layerof I

many little Improvements that they :..., ..... ..lll ha .d.lo pnrvml till dill 2 1.2 oz. mixed spice. Line
;t' k a.d
.
d ; could make at homeMoreTfears. howM.....k 6r IIMM.. _"!..Ih..la Tur mnMln Ml; -....I, Service jar with grape leaves. Fill to within 1 g a'F'
q't5' A awliMt aropwty IHAROl.D- 2 or 3 Inches of top with cucum- I Yr

I bers. Add another 1-2 oz. of spice

C. WALLINSURANCE ] and a layer of dill. Place over the '
::4 a Y
'Station
top layer. of grape leaves. Pour M 1, hi

I the following mixture over the I '

} packed cucumbers: 1 lb. Bait 3-4 .. A 4s. ..tr

of You IlL STARKE FLORIDA Starke, Fla. fqt.I vinegar 10 qts water. Use a V. P. Miller, State Manager of Woodmen of the N'Iiiid
I Left to right:
.... cover one Inch less In diameter )lanagrr
President and A. K. Sapp, District
National ;
W. A. Fraser
-j =< than container, and weight down


: ; UP very TO news your ore at high In tension wort Wake Your Liver Bile I II to kept keep at about cucumbers 86 degrees submerged.Farenheit It attending. A. Fraser Florida national Fraternal president Congress of in Florida Miami.W. ,.with a total m, 'ber

the wifeand Up in about 10 daysto ,
No wonder you nap at ( should be complete of the Woodmen of the World Life ship of nearly 10,000.Mr. .
rf. bark at th. children. 2.weeks. Remove scum as It attend, ii,i It t
W t h out I Overworked Insurance Association, who is now i| [ Fraser recently
a e forma--do not stir. When of dark i> M
nerves may lead to Staeptaa< -Without Calomel "attending several meetings in Flor- Florida Fraternal Congress
color and good flavor trans- I *"'
green h,
neat N rvon. Headache NUTtlU ida U very much interested in the I ami and was accompanied ,
and fill
to containers
fer glass *\11
I ,
: boat ol
and
Indigestion a
number' of Woodmen
-- I directed state because of the large eral I officers
with fresh brine made
other unpleasant dUtorbaneaM II this bn.U. set Oovln|fnaly, roar r' food as holders and the ]large : World. V. ? Miller of Lab' an'''
Dr. Mile" And You'll Jump Out of Bed I above, boiled and cooled a little of policy
Why don t yon try doaaa'l eIIl_t. It lad dcr I U the IwwaU. thj
t'', '( .itaruly..grves to your skin that..; Effervescent Nervine Tablet? Rarin Go .tom ch. Yon bays a Add, a small amount of dill and amount of money invested by the state manager of Woodmen J
in the Morning to Cu bloat op yoov F t.Jj
: oft...vi Just one In a half glass of; u4 'braatb.la foul.akia I spice. Seal the jar. ,..Woodmen of the World in Florida.I World, is president of the
yield thick,bad taaU your >Pf
E
wrinkles make pleasant spark: A. 1
Z' llemlshes and to < water a / wart blemlabY01U' bead of the World has Fraternal Congress. .
.; ling drink delightfully aoot.hlDcto It you feel tftd tmnk and the aria basks out la Woodmen of Wood, ,-" :
/SCdnetinglvorytonedScdutythet over-taxed nerves. 1> world looks punk don't wallow" a lot cbM.and you reel down and oat.Your whola I $9,893,230:; nearly one-tenth of its district manager .rtl"''''.

ti a ekes say years from your appear Dr. Mile Nervine is nov
nce. Start Its use today.ORIENTAL. .iad. In two fonn_Liquid aDd I candy or chewing rum and expect t Corp. organized here to promote state and district securities of of the Florida Fraternal O>V tb
'
-1 Effervescent Tablet. Both hari.I them to make you suddenly tweet LIVER PILLS to fat u...two pomJi bile : manufacture and sale of Rattle- Florida. Mr. Fraser stated that i Mr. Fraser announced th.: '

the same soothing effect and buoyant and full of sunshine.For Aowlnf fraaly and..".you reel"..p and up." I ITb. snake products. he has great faith\ in the progressof I I Woodmen of the World pa.. .10.

$1.00 at rear: drag store they can't do It They only .,. ....tala _dOrfUJ. Kamlaam, sou. I Brooksville Baseball park the itate and that he reels conditions -,, 081.903! in total benefits durliu "!

CREAM move the bowels and a mere move- vantabl aitneta.amaalnc wbao It coma to I dedicated. in Florida are as good as past year. The association i i .' M-
J doesn't at the cause. The .." g tba bOa flow faaolr. council Intro" ,'
GOU""UD ment set I Winter Garden City in other part of the United tal insurance in force amo
wm.tw,n.... ..4 reason for your down-and-out feeling Bat doa't aak for UTW p01&Aak for Cartel.Utu.L..rPN.i.okforlb.memo f accepted new contract for city any : The assets ,of th j:'
States. to $463,143,654.:
ftek H Srtaxja* U your Uv r.It should pour out two Cset r.Lta. lighting as submitted by Florida I 10,5160211': ''.
SltHl KH/for TRIAL Sl2t I pound of liquid bile into your bowel U... rttt\ aa ta. tad abet :RoMat I Public Service. Woodmen of the World has company amount to $ 1.1I9:0J: ,

: S KTHopkhaj: VSon.HywY.x* I I daily. ubatituU.M.ataa. ... ouu.c.w.c.. more than 300 camps in the State with.gross' liabilities of





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DAILY BIBLE THOUGHTS LEON \KKIS OKIKMNKI: TICAIN 'IIEJUI..E

1 I Our schedule changes Sunday "Engines, Modern Music I

June 10 Leon Harris son of th- lute Rev 'May 22nd and trains will run as

fLn Msvwr Delight and Desires Delight Henry Harris, PhD, a former rector follows':: \ Are Rhythmically An/ f '

.hyself also in the Lord; and he of Trinity Church Anderson No. 1 Southbound local due
hall give thee the desires of thine Ind., was ordained to the Dia- fI
Starke 10.59 p. m.
I ieart.--Psalm 37:4.: conate on May 18th In the Chapelof t

111 ward it a lamp lode my feet. an a light T pat tL_Psalm 119:105.: June 11 St. Mary the Virgin. Naahotah Starke No. 11 0:20) :, Southbound a. m. local due AI- I .,

Finding The Right Way-Seek Theological Seminary Nasotah

nfr/ A res teaching, doctrine or ye Lord while he may be found call Wis.. by !St. Rev. Benjamin F. P. No. 107 Southbound limited due oort _, f ,
inrd : creed, if they are to have any claim D. Coadjutor of Starke 10:27: a. m.
/ Q with ye upon him while he is near; let Ivlns D. Bishop M

pen the to v 0{ the Christ levouon whose ot words fit j eve a fold and crevice the wicked forsake his way and the Anglican Diocese of Milwau No. 2 Northbound local, due ,tI '

ue tea J U it was Raid in John 7:46,"NEVER MAN the unrighteous man his thoughts; kee. Rev. Harris will spend the Starke 6:19: a. m. } I a
l
I.tIKE. TII18 nlANhom and let him return unto the Lord month of June as the guest of Met-\ No. 12, Northbound local due l .g5ih. 1

FAKE Union Bounties are Invited to uae this dertmi'ut and he will have mercy upon him;: herell E. Pearce a former resident Starke 3:31: p. m. ( I wns".hl. to I
of Bradford and God for he will abun of Anderson!! and now an attorney :
rnwtors announce- and to our "
and
of church activities, organization* No. 108 Northbound limited due 1 ,
for news requirement -Isaiah 55; <6, 7. at De Soto Mo and after
e freely given and no charge made-the only dantly pardon. I Starke 6:01: pTm.I : "I tflgio
,annttegPace office before \VeilnetnIay morning Juno 12: two months of social service work I
item reach thin I Starke and Wanne 101 leaves 9
K that Huch handled' tar current IeauwcI'NDAY Eternal Life: Thou shalt love the in Cincinnati under the direction of : I j.i j.
rBnnot *" Starke. 7:00: a. m.
therlvlxe l they Lord thy God with all thy heart the Bishop of Southern Ohio he i 2:40
No. 102 arrives : p. m. i
money they were afraid." Reuben and with thy soul and with all thy will spend a month in Anderson
I j
IJranrliMall
SCHOOL' I offered his two sons as surety for strength, and with all thy mind; with his mother' Mrs. Henry Harris Yl'uimro I

Benjamin's return but Jacob "Said do. and thou shalt live.Luke 10; 132 West Thirteenth street closes 7:00: a. m \
LESSON l lt'llli I The Candidate for Holy Order 4s Mall arrives 2:40: ( m. H
my son shall not go down with you; 27. 28. p. .$ ,
-- for his brother la dead and he is Juno IS a graduate of Anderson High i'limlng. of Mall: r7 ,

-JI'NB-- : 12. I93'J left alone; If mischief befall him .. Praise the Good God-Make a School, class of 1928 and of In- Month t _
I
then shall ye bring down my gray joyful noise unto the Lord. Enter diana University class of 1930. He No. 11, parcel post 0:15: a. m.

t ludah the True Brother. hairs with sorrow to the grave. *. into his gates with thanksgiving; has spent the past two<, years in No. 10'1 letters special deliveryand ,
Sub lf the corn the Lord Is good. -Psa. 1000: the study of theology at Nashotah.
Gold""t., ; -Behold how good When they had eaten up for special handling 10:6fl: a. m. ,

,,, .leasant it Is for brethren which they had brought out of 1,4,5. Seminary, near Milwaukee North
'4h'\ unto June 11 Rev HarrIs' father the late Rev.Henry 2 I I.J.
PSR. said
In unity! "their father
: !together Egypt, No 12 parcel post and letters, R1.1
dw-I
rector of the
Harris
at Hand I will be was C.RENGNT)
them. Go again buy us a little Deliverance 3:13: p. m. FERNA D ,
33:1: Genesis 44:18: to food" with him In trouble; I will deliver St. Marks Episcopal church in: "
next:
Less' II Judah said to his father "The him-Psalm 81: 15.Juno Starke at one time and had many \ No. 108, letters, special delivery
',.1:> friends here who will he glad to, and special handling 9:30: p. m.
1.1
bout 1707 B. U., place,, man did somenly protest: unto us.
I mail clones at nix o'clock.No. .
Tim' Is hear of his son's ordination Night !!
Lord
| saying Ye shall not see my face, Thy KeeperThe thy
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mentions i with I the Lord is thy shade upon
The ,,1''il 1 Testament except your brother be you keeper;
will hand. Psalm 121: 5. No. 2, due at 0:19: a, m.
appeal for Sodom Gen. "send the lad with me and thy right ROOSCV11LT; :

,brahan laden prayer and plea to Jocn *. arise and go; that we may live and June 16 GOVERNOR I l little Lute Schedule! ,
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..h;; 44.., Moses1 argume11'tIlh not die, both we, and thou and our Th s Only Creator--In the beginning SAYS: Dally effective Jan. 1, 1932.

,r}, r' for Israel Ex. 32; The little ones. I will be surety for him' was the Word and the Word Northbound- 3:03: a. m., 1:50: p. y

Ruth to follow Naomi ami *. If I bring him not unto thee was with God, and the Word was I m., 4:89: p m., 8:10: p. m. I IL "
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or 1 11..1bdIOl'd" VI "gress. tt'
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net God, Ruth 1; JoJnthan's let me bear the blame forever." God. All things were made bj' .'' Southbound9:34: a. m., 12:34:: p. l1tluglle s1o ; ,

,.tense the ,it David before Sau, 1 "And their father Israel said Him; and withoutHim was not anything | rn., 4:31: p. m., 12:50: a. m.

emus 20: Solomon's prayer at unto them If It must be so now do made that was made.John "Too many or ua have been inpynilniltil Tickets and information atj I

Temple dedication, 1 Kings 8j; this; take of the best fruits in the 1:1: 3.SEKN'TII. in thin matter "l KOIIH1110iH. i
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'> \ Wo like to talk m lunge. f Smith's Service Station next to |
last lesson we learned land in vessels and carry ,
In me your terms about the uompurulise\ advantages courthouse. rr rrv
,w io eph was appointed "Sec- down the man a present a little : n.U'tliTIST:: and defect ol democracy I
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".'tar y If Airtlculture" for Egypt balm and a little honey spices and and autocracy; we HIn- to utlnure ...
Mth directions from the King to myrrh nuts and almonds; and take liptlm patriotically the work uf! our forefathers >- ---v

> ,lied|| 'me-flfth of all produce of double money in your hand; and (Concluded) In devising our form of Say it with Flowers

!>he lands to be placed In ware- l the money that was brought againIn 19 How did the people of Samaria slavish government Imltutora, or to, criticize but we are them terribly all .
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,.uses and kept to feed the peoplehen the mouth of your socka!!, carryIt publicly testify to their faith dilatory In allowing, our fold-

the famine came. again in your hand; peradventure in the preaching of Philip? fathers' example by necking to plan Flowers For All

Probably 'in the second year of I i it was an oversight. Take "But when they believed Philip and devise for our own Immediate

,\t great famine Jacob heard from also your brother and arise go preaching the things concerningthe needs and future.. ." OccasionsGERTRUDE

;ravelers that there were plenty of again unto the man; and God Al- of God and the name -- J t
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and said to his ten mercy before the kingdom "The duty of the Stats toward ------ ... ----.J.-! r i: r!. .,- r
;rain In Egypt mighty give you of Jesus Christ they were baptised the citizens is the duty of the sorv- .ssJ.cd..lL.:: :: ::: : '_:.--- ;; ; :--a; ;;;atulw.yvet.yb, ; ;;; '-It-"':'?y '; 4
thither
"Get down that be send away your 12. ---1 '
Verse sa.i" 1.srM
you may t
'Ider sons. man -both men and women. ant to Its mu !ter." CODIFYANDERSON 41 C 'It Y"lat sn 4e\ s 1,1t P'IJI 1iil'
jQd buy for us that we may other brother and Benjamin. If I 20 What Instruction did the apos- .. \ whose hobby. U music. !{ ;. '

!,ive and not die. And Joseph's ten be bereaved of my children I am tle Peter give concerning the Gen- "Publlo olllce should net be a So Says French Line 1 1I I1c'nltnct been ,with (the I1'reiich! UnaSlomiikhip j 1. .1 .'

rethren went down to buy corn in bereaved." "And the men took that tiles who had believed? money-milk profession for any Has Ins Company for -twtntyright :

::gypt' and bowed themselvesefore present and went down to I ""Can any man forbid water that man; It should ba pulilio service Phone 39 Waldo, Fla I Official Vrho yearn lie has taVm ti,;.. r j ., ,

him with their faces to the Egypt and stood before Joseph. these should not be baptised, which and perform nothing such more.work l i\one In, whatever should __._,__._. __-00 Studied Subject rhythms of ship machinery! ,dawn 4 "
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irth. And Joseph knew his brethen' Joseph caused his brethren to eat have received tie Holy Ghost as measure ha Is able; but not out a by note, and, translating theta, .'

but they knew him not.Ie the noon meal with him in his own well as we ? And he commandedthem moan. of protit. Ideally. one should York City.-51odera notcH on the (piano: haw :found font*iv. e

pretended not to understand'ie house. After the meal Joseph'ssteward to be baptised in the name I rind sustenance. In other ways re-" Ml'>IWO%1'1'',Ill.l't'I'111YI 1 M> Olllinil 01' Amorlc'iiti New music: Is what It U l because wealth" of intcrt'ntlnif which )Paul minor White- "r r,; '., + t

language of the Hebrews ande of all the Acts 10: 47 4S. serve money. Income arolhcr Job. incrluinii'ul nation 'ClypKy
filled the sacks of the Lord. r appnarlnir. l>y afriilnvlt Hri">n<1eil 1- we mo plt1 's on \voni1orfully line a 4
used an interpreter to talk brothers as much as they could I, 21. How perfect is the unity I "Let us muka no ratst.Ike. Public I to I lh,. hill flluil, 'In 1'lriMllt' 'CourtItrniiroKl f ami our compound trnnnliitrInto man rhythni' which a ri-rft-rtly nt.lunoil \ I '
Mth his brothers They talked in his believers are broughtby County of Florida t hirhmirerv 1 our follt-MtnKS tho rhythms roulil uplltiitn!! "," I 1m
carry and each man's money Into which I utility corj.-\auus| mu.it never be liv Wllmii, 8. I.ucim:: niralnnt: enlne-tlll'obbhg cnfrlni t t
the
wong themselves, thinking that sack also his silver cup In Benjamin's being baptised Into Christ? "For I our maxtars. They must be our John J, 1.11"10. thilt l Ihe ilefertilanfcthi'reln hey honr in !America. \ inner IsVhlch! proven Hint mu-
Imluxlrlul ,
''oseph could not understand what sack. After they had gonean as the body is one and bath many : servants well pihl t., .IM nil good naniil' IH n lion -r.h"'t nf Vi'ins of of ,my liS' i'e' U. malhomntlcBllv.. l1l'rrt'r.t.an,1 I ; If
'hud ono ,
r- wnt ,.
the state of I'MorMn. unit IH n "l've ( ir i prii'rOntin \
'hey said.! officer followed them and :i' members and all the members of servants should, be, but 'ur servants ili-til ol I ki-nmii-k, In the elate' of ilanro a perfect Chni-li'H- that Us m n thr mat n world: 11'1
the
And Joseph sold unto them sacks and found the being many are one still." NI'\\' JnrHtiy utul Is over* the MH! ** or !BlittunU! of the tihln'i1nninp. i what mMu'n In'-| "
their body the rhythm
searched one ? ton to music
tw..nlv.o"" yoarx, and thnt thi r* Isno ilnnce
e are spies except your youngest 1 inBenjamin's also is Christ. For by one i Kernnnd ( RanK .ttlif
money and found Joseph's cup body; so "Public service rcfiul.itlon has 1It'i iHnn, within flit Hula of Florida I mivs "Thorn In only n rwlr'n \\rcn\ t
mother' hither. The brothers .. ... would hn of the S. S. ,
come sack. They were Spirit are we all baptised Into one failed because. utility eotnpaoleslactic Ht rvli f upon, whom i net Cnlef: Knirlni'vr illlTernnrn iperfect i l Iwtwl'I'n noln* nnl
lof 'nilnnt. It liner of >
the Hlil
bind hlg <
one kept three days in prison and brought back for trial before Joseph -!I, body, whether we be Jews or Gentiles vast quantities of watered IH thiMefoin, upon.01.1( I thill Mil III no a. Ito Ciraitup paiutiiil Oi-nrrnle ocean Trnniintlantlqnp maxis. !STwhiinlc'it null, pniflneoT' r t twin ,

:dm nine of them were allowed to I who finally told all to go. except whether we be bond or free; stock, representing! 110 actual cash n's lie I1 t tI..r..I.1 John J. Lucas he, the C'ompiiKnlo of the unilorntaml, rotulc are most i

stum to Jacob with food,, but I I Benjamin whom he would keepas and have been all made to drink Investment so thatthey may ask unit Ihs ho hill IM liprvhv of romplnlnt, reitnirHil, filed to In appmirto said \ and author"Tho ri'clpricntlnjt I IabnVO )- I I I i"f to micrix'il lOt): their 1 1oVm.. All
',mean was kept In prison until and receive for. mtgulatlon returns ptntcment. I I I fncchnplpal prln'lp1pl'Ir"
slave. Then Judah came near into one Spirit. 1 Cor. 12:12: 13. ratiHtt on or bfforn Alomlay the 4lhrliiv irlvcn wny to( n-rnnt
ey should return with Benjamin. a waited with not only upon their actual invested of JlllV, A. If '0.11.!! utll.*rwlN cnirinp has Hinlirh I worked 1 out In rhythm 11'111 t u I
to Joseph and made what Is calledone I I 22. After being capital but also upon brent sums of the allfKallons <>' auld. hill will/ htRktfti th. (ji'nr.tiirtiino, type" with |I riiitlncer can tell I'xaciWI !
ie sons reported to Jacob deliv- of the greatest appeals In the Christ in the likeness of His death phantom capital.. as confessed by said defendant pltrhi-il. siren Hound, and !' good I with mi fin ,,no,
red the food and they said to I ulrun' rote in I whet U wrung
Old Testament. It takes up the and" resurrection what should the you'll Ami. this .mime \' listening lo Its tone."
It Is further, nrilfrml" that thin or. by ;
. 'acob The man said unto us tnualc.
last 17 verses of Ch. 44 of Genesis.If believer do? "A new economic and social balance o>r In ,piibllHhiMJ once a wrik for 4 the lAte" il ilI
ake food for the famine of your will read those verses "If ye then be risen with Christ calls for positive leadM"h p ,'arise'uti. weeks In the HriiilfouJ, -_- 4 -- l
, toolds< and bring your you If I which are above, and definite experiments whica .'UIIIII V Tffleirraph/ .a n.*WHpap, 'rpnMIMied Tallahassee. Kvrrglmles ConHtructliin ': t
those
But things
you will be well paid. you seek hitherto been tried" ) In Nuld onlintv' and Htati. .
have nut
oungest brother unto me. do not read them, you will miss the where Christ sltteth on the right lion and orrlcreil ..I! Htaiki, IImri.ro.1 Co., Miami received $21)-) I WHAT EDITORS
And It to as they County' .Florida thin IIBIh day. contract ,
came pass best of this lesson. hand of God. Col. 3:1.: I toil for Hearing. grading
raptied their sacks that behold part of :May, ID.12. ARE SAYING : F FI
--- .-- o Crystal River Bridge over U.V.. J r.nr.:1t1lf AN. /and surface treating road No 140 1 .I,
very man's bundle of money was Frostproof Cotages on Hall Palmetto New 5. 10 and 25c I Salt River about seven miles from (8enlI I) Merit: Circuit Court.J. In Toward county. I j

a his sack, and when both they owned by A. J. Stocks being re- store of La Favor & Co., held formal here completed. Allot J. Vll\7.KK" noy for: flnlntlff a-VSt-7-1 Zephryhllln Florida Trap Hock "Pigmy politician and pigmy
nd their father saw the bundles of recently.
opening P
'paired. periodical can no more day the I 4!
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, I I coming of tho Hlurn. Franklin It.IloDBevelt .
I ,- r 1 la u* much a man of dee !''lt

STREET""jpb tty L. F. Van Zeln1f j f I| tiny a. wan Lincoln Jefferson, and iE

"THE MAIN\ THING ON MAIN l II Wanhlngton. llln coming In ordered t4
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I II I by the God of unties to RIve all
j i I claime equal opportunities the i
) 0i a\ HE--i' A '. I I I farmer Included.. MarHhulltown,

I\i ; VtM JPU"' '" YA &.:No $ EI2I "j- I HOUMDIT MAIN la., Mar halitownilln (Im11, ii
I { OM'T UNOEl2ozTAHO B. j i !' '
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"If the battalion of wealth In
S7 rI2EE1"S GITLAVWN GoEt WITM NE t4"rHlq
MAIMPEPPY t NO CX5NEf4 _
FLOPPY'S 40 POST Rill trol! of the Democratic. party In .1
tJAKEt) AM'FJJLLA OUt' Hlg WT
PAPE R. BUTCHEQ SHANEnS ,
New York manages to defeat the 1 ,
SmIKES Nie T/tE lA2Y ME SO ME woerr 1
LEAVES .
$ nomination of XooHwvolt a man u.iceptiible '
1 I' AGAIN LEAVES 13 WORKII/ t tuON'T EVEN HAVE ro Tip 2u55 YpunGBE I! : to the big Interest wilt '
PoC" FLOPPY FISH' tHEW HIS I[ he will full ,
FASTER T.wN YOU TiT .1.1I I nominated but to r
a / .aWft GuM rav GppCEQtfs celv. enough vote to land him ,rt ,
Flavly't. Q
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/ : the White louse runt hlotoiyi

I l 1'd C ? 111 I Ii i, proven thin."What .
I rEaeoNa use the people of the Unit I II
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: ONE T tING\ To BE __
s t I
I h I I State! want to see and what imi t
i DuMB ,IT'S ANOTHER f = -_ 'y+ ,,111 n ventually take place, la a. renlig'n(

: T""ING" TO BE LAZf ( Q. ( 'y d/ (Q.- -II 1 cent of the voter Into two n ,t f
;" artless,' one representing the pr >- "
BUT "nopp"C''rcJH' d KreiHlvo element the other the con- I.. r
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\ MAIN! <$T EET'S T5I2ONE / ..el'vatlve.Or'lI'on Orange fluke F
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DuMB BEEN <:..rANt'a.. __A ,.... .. tln.
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!IS BoTH HE'SLAZY. ING TMER4 d \r: I d /) 1 ,

HALF /. -J... I "It I It* generally; conceded that a g + { 1111
FCC A
t d nIriG ,...... majority of the men and woman' I, !
HOUQ ULg- .. '. ,." ...I,.. .........,.0.-
.. :: who altllluto with the Democratic
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{'J .;. i .. eN ..... .k
.. ,, .o.A 4 s favorable to the nomlna-1
are
party
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--.. ............". u;..' ''jRfSfcJg: .-J -- ." .d. ....A-. lion of Hooaovelt. They believe In I Itho : i ig
d CJ thing for which Roosevelt ,. j

I: !ands, In the pollclo he regards 9
" good for the country at this a\\ ; !I

Charles McManns and they believe too that the upI[
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' DOROTHY PATWTT
peal Hooaavelt will rnak to ionic l
of the ctate of the \Olest and MMdie t,

I'LL TEACH YOU TO MHKE Went slates usually found In'!'| 4 ''I
J I WANT CHIUORtN DOROTHVCOME the Republican column In national
VbU .
FACE: AT YOU TEACHER I Ib 'tr
'r TO FOLD YOUR ARMS HERE .d election Justify the conclusion 'I Inached i
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by some of the party that I';

BEHIND YOU AND hn In the strongest candidate now 3 l
ofTerlng for the Democratic nomination. -
r Jo KEEP s' ."-Ilontgomery, Aid, Journal .
THEM THERE h l (Dem.", ). ;;
, I I"Franklin

,' I). Roosevelt U un-
I f 1't quoitlonably the logical man lor '
" et' D ] gr'lllllWILI tho Democrats nccaonn. .. ti. I* the i' ,
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moat popular and the strongest. and' "i

!) i l lj lr becauao hi* popularity and strength 11.I
n tihnaIj/ .ro baaed upon qualities that eminently '-
,,, fit him for the oltlce of preiil- t

( lent-<]ualltl a that will stand the ''
II 'll'II tcld tent.Fayettevllla, N. C. I'eo-

I llell Advocate (ID..m./. 19A
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i. The Democrat have an IIxeel.ent (
y Il 1 rra chanco to win the pro.;drncy.hl
:, I T'I. S year and their bent chance lia. '

AHOwtN n the nomination of Franklin D
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ooevlt. Ho la able
I an Up.t| n C I I.. ( ng American, equipped In every,
vay for the White Induce, by charicter I ll

i and oxpertenca. II* la I mmpl: '
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lrOTHV
wHY n his taatea '
charming In manner | yaourageoue.
MADE FACES ind. Vote for the prtnilpl : tt t,

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1'.VOK RIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKKK. FLORIDA T. T 3.1Y, ,J.tl" ,

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o ..- .....-.-..-. -. I lure te" sermons. There Is Just'r all interested in economy Duringthe I lor so to make 'up your so-called i i JAIL?" -

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished I I Fro one school In Florida that didn't past few weeks I have made a mind"i before.the gong rings for theI : And with, the

Other Pens J have a "baccalaureate" sermon billed careful study of the office of I I I I next round, .and if there is any 'Soldier's Bonus DE"t'. '

: 1877 1 as a part of the ccmmencement and feel certain. I if elected I can I I doubt in your intellect aa to particular Treasury and m"

--, ... .., ...- 3 program, apd that one in!! the Pun- save the taxpayers at least --- : qualifications of ANY can. every
wipe out, it might ii, .
,. ta Gorda school. We don't know dollars a year In the conduct of the I' didate. Just step around to the idea for ,:,
The woods and fields are goingto Congress t..
M E P'& B E R, look kinder lonesome with candidates whether It Is a desire to ape the''' office I have no personal feelings I Headquarters of his opponent and tin' at least ONE "

_ out of the pltcure.--Starke colleges or Just plain d--ed dumbness I against my opponent and will cast : they'll SATISFY you as to Just National Museum bei' t
FLORIDAPRESS ASSOCIATION \ on the part of school heads no aspersions on his personal char how incompettent no-account and > a'Tbat'Il
F Telegraph. Also our advertising ) things actually becom
columns.Umatilla Tribune. that accounts for almost universal i acter beyond the fact that he is a all-around lousy the gentleman >
1932 0 misuse of the word. Perhaps It', ]/ lousy crook and baa wasted your really Is. When they get through
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__ ....._ CJ J-c.o"""D "".'"-""' .. The Times-Union says that base- both. Anyway Its ridiculous. money shamelessly since he was TELLIN' you the only thing you probably be th Jia
Punta Gorda Herald. elected as yourBeyond the won't be able to understand is our children will e\ I,
ball got Its start when Eve stole
first. And Adam waa chased out -- fact that he Is a double crosser, a "Why ain't the BIG BUM in chance to see one

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class of the grand stand, adds the Starke Comln' Hound the Corner hog in the political trough a
Telegraph. Well venture the assertion (Wheatlanil, (Iowa) Gazette) waster of public funds a corruptor
Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida
that Adam raised Cain After waiting vainly for Rudy of public morals, a part of a diabol-

when forced into the bleacher Valle the Croon Prince of Americato ical political machine and is sup- C

1 E. S. Matthews n' __.' __ __ 'n_' Owner and Publisher Umatllla Tribune. respond to President Hoover's ported by every undesirable resident t'a
plea for a campaign croon song I of --- county, I have

y'' J. C. Robinson _- .. _.__ ______. _____ Managing Editor In some-sections--0-the'road shouldbe respectfully submit the followingfor nothing to say against hlrn;.If you I Cuetomer.... .
I er knew ,,...
consideration *
the careful want the office of conducted t4'r
president's --
5- called cowwaya Instead of high i I ... metier wh ,
SUBSCRIPTION RATE way. Starke Telegraph. Just with all due apology to the along the same corrupt ]lines It has r wanted !. p. "I prim tine|
knock a tlcky old steer into the author of "She'll Be Comin' Round been for the last years, vote roeld MY a Flrntoiu TI,
.
Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance the Mountain" for ------. If you want -v M.h.r ,a.t|| t, ,.n
Yearly $1.50; ditch and see if the price the faria- \ .Uloti.t prl.

Advertising Rates on ApplicationThe er"highway"charges you robbery.doesn't-.sound Umatllla like It's comln' round the corner- honest erment, clean free and school economical books more gov- *............SHn/ '?

Th.t' rllht- "i'ir..,.,
Tribune. When It comes. money for your lower r Tlrw
/
ii* mot 'm .,
--- And slay the tariff boosterSo taxes prosperity restored, the T.rlMj ., type' it
drya staged a wet parade in Jacksonville Saturday.o A tip to candidates at political both consumer and producerCan population of doubled ..*t. tnj ...., 00.1,1 ms ,

meetings. Never mind when and IIv Just like they us'ter abolishment of gangdom, pros / -to metttr who on ."
psy E.er ..
When it comes perity, prohibition likker, light .d.,
where you were born. The folks Flreetone. Tin
Newspaper\ I states: Georgia peaches, the kind found .on ''ten.l'
know you were born. Take up wines and beer-whichever you Quality any other lIOn,
trees will be scarce thus year. / your five minutes telling 'em what It's comin' round the c.orner- I want--double pay, a full dinner pall Crad..1, tire it n I..
lawcr .,
o you'll do. And make it plenty convincing When It comes. and a dollar In every man's pocket, \ P"'

Lake Wales Highlander It's comln' round the corner- elect me your next --.

Why not eliminate primary elections and just accept the Too late for this primary but good I When it come I Ladles and gentlemen I'm sorryI IT HAPPENS I Car
of campaign managers? advice to all future candidates. It's comln' round the corner, haven't more time to go further every day owners arc stir
predictions:
D It's coming round the corner. I into my platform but what I have prised to find that they do not have to pay am,

-p From the Bradford County Telegraph It's coming round the corner- said will give you an Idea. I will cent more to get the Extra Values in Fires!ton,

Someone should invent u holiday vithout the day after, : "There seems to be a growing When it comes. thank you for your support on the Tires. _
___
favor for abolishing the dollar -- --day of on.
ti or a night without the morning after poll tax and in its place assess every It's comln' round the corner-- ----0f&CfjOO -_ We have a Firestone Tiro to meet every priii. ,
citizen one dollar for failing to When it comes
o (II and driving demand-for and
vote. We salute the Telegraph.A i The rotten bureaus will get the axe every purse purport
The first election was the worst for most of the candi- most worthy suggestion and one 1 When it comes Late- -and every FirestoneTire Extra Strength and!

dates. The second shock will come June'28th. that probably could be worked out There'll be no excessive tax Extra Safety and gives Extra Service because>> ol I

to a fair degree.-Miami Beach To break our aching backs the Extra Values that are built into th'II1-\t'
----0. Sun. And laws will not be so lax To Classify -
El The veteran bonus army in Washington will do more --- When It comes. <
harm.than good to the veterans' cause. Farmers are the biggest gamblers By RUSSELL KAY Come in. Compare sections cut from Fires lone

on the; face of the earth-and It's comln' round the corner Secretary,.Florida Press Auocuitu tires brand tireeanelotllers. Sr for .
o =.--'"' I special _. _... \ our
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When it
the most optimistic of all. In spiteof comes J
These! runt cars, come to think about it, all disappear! two years bad seasons and par We'll have, peace and harmony And< now a lot pI-poor saps that to self how Firestone gives you Extra Values! at iu>
bold and careless as
tial crop failures they are already WhenIt comes was so extra cost." Whatever your requirements L.>,
from the highways when the aim starts down. '. thercMl] real throw their HATS in the ring's.'
digging In for the next season'sItrawberry Then be democracy we can save you money, and serve you better.iuKnolVVOICE .
while back are flndin' out that the '
this bureaucracy
Instead of
o crop. There cannot always -
blamed had their SHIRT' attached or FIRESTONE"II.,., ,, ,
be adverse weather and mar That only Increases aristocracy, thing J/orKby JViJU 0Mr N.S.C.N.i.o '' arm
If she didn't vote against him because he was the ugliest ket conditions and the farmer who When it conies. to it. I'

man in the race, she did so because her husband voted for him. grows his own food and feeds and
It's comln' round the Well the day after may have Extra
has a small acreage to cash crops corner VALUE
o been the 8th to and
Wednesday
.. you
Wheft it
will be the one to come out on top. / pomes
If think there lot of because Then let's be ready for ProsperityWhen me, but It was National HEADACHE :
1 you are a people starving Starke Telegraph. At that It Is
DAY for lot of follies. Arid
they can't get some kind of work, try hiring a half dozen men. a safer gamble than Wall street' It comes. the gentleman a you see standing
Umatllla Tribune. Welcome It with sincerity
0.- '--a- Cling to it with dexterity over there slmlllng and rubbin' his

I Some of those full-gas-tank-non-stop flights in state Florida automobile license plates And preserve It for posterity hands is MR. ASPIRIN, the guy n
4d
that REALLY the election!
won
will go on sale Wednesday, June When it comes.
offices were grounded by a heavy fog bank of voters Tuesday.
1, at half price. It was announced ---- I l f GUM-DIPPED CORDS

i 1 o Thursday by W. S. McLln state Model Political I Speech And if you think the PAIN unemployment last ( e tt The Firestone patented.' Gum.Dip.
_
tag commissioner The reduced (Lake Worth Herald.) problem was a p\\ transforms the, cotton coc/,/,
The ] \ ping pries
way some people get all excited over present day week, Just look at it NOW and '
rate formerly became effective Mr. Chairman, ladies and gentlemen F Into a strong, tough, sinewy unit'
bathing suits one would think there to 'em. weep. Liquid rubb.rp.n.hats.v.yce'dondsoars I
was something June 15. Tags bought at the half :nit to y \
1 gives me great pleasure Fiber, I
rate every guarding ogamtl' in*
5 o cannot' be used on cars which be in -u- <>- -- tonight It is And if want to know '.,nol 'friction and. neat',greatly,ineitai-1
have been operated during 1932. heartening to see so many of you who'sas ing. the strength, of' the cord body and j
Now that it's all over, come clean. Didn't you do more Purchasers must be prepared to our Intelligent men and women much to blame as anyone for giving, longer trre h//..

voting "agin a man" than "for the best man" to fill the office? make affidavits that their cars taking an interest In public affairs. the danged election, turned out, it's TWO 'ETRAGUM.DIPPED (
have not been used during the cur that guy on the corner that's doin'all
especially the ladles. I am especially \ CORD PLIES
o- rent year. Both tag officials and the ravin' and snortln' about the
glad to see so many ladies UNDER THE TREAD
If you are looking for a kick, now that the primary is automobile dealers believe the or.1 present for when the women become RESULT. He stood back and leta /
der will be helpful to general few REAL citizens go to the / This I If a patented' construction and,In
I over, read some of the political] dope handed out before Tuesday ness. Commissioner McLin said he more w&: interested in public affairs POLLS and make their X-MARKS Iwo .tro Gum-Dipp.d, cord plies. iso

hoped the half-year rate would will have better officeholders I while he sat around and passed out >>,11, placed that you get 56% strong 1
and better government. :_' bond b.tw..n tread and cord, body
o stimulate general business conditions. Friends and neighbors, I am, as 1 REMARKS.But and tests show 26% proUclio' '
.-Avon Park Times, you know, a candidate for the office 1I 0 against punctures on J"a'o '", list'
4 If candidates worked as hard after the election as they -- of --, I was born In-- I don't cry even If you have I' a new. standard' for tire performance o

;; did before the election, they wouldn't] have to worry'so much Throughout the length and and received by early education in your money on the wrong horse, / high speed co... TREAD
have another in NON-SKID
you'll coming
breadth of the lapd, school auditoriums the public schools of ----, later guess
about succeeding ]
elections. a week or so and If there's pobodyrunnin'
are resounding to the
i. attending college at I Tough, live rubber specially compound
o hackneyed phrases of "baccalaur came to in --- and AGAINST 'em. .d for long, slow. wear. :Sciinhficglt) *
eate" sermons Notwithstanding have been a resident and property designed non-skid. gives greater' tra|
Cheer up. If you were defeated this time, just remember the word can only be used correctly owner of -- -- ever since.I Now If we could Just go back to lion and safe, quiet performance.
won't have to with reference to sermons delivered WORK and try to forget it, every
you worry over having someone defeat you i Since the boom-when I was in
for re-election] next time. in connection with the grad- the real estate business-I have thing'would be fine but no, we got COMPARE COHSTRUCTIO'N'* QUALITY PRICE
ta wait around for the second
uating exercises of colleges con- primary
been In
engaged the business of FIMITONI FI10ITONF n. FUU10HEOUlMM FlNtlrml
o ferring the degree of bachelor of --- --, I feel that my trainingand and the general election but Mite a.woina., : O.wr.
arts, delivered In then most of us are getting hardened etc. ::: TfMCM trw .CY tincmhic- TM.
sermons the re- rY
Sebring American has proposed the first past experience has especially Price CMPilut.JO 0.557 '* oY
law >
for the next
motest little one-room country fitted for the office of to it and maybe we'll survive. fan .. .... UglY 1.- NM
legislature to consider-that -
against candidates using boy schools are referred to as "bacca- In these stressful times we are Ford ..,_. he derck..t.t
'
t hood pictures in their You've still got a couple of weeks } 4.40-2111.79 Stu'b'e.'. 6.00.18.te.es.le.N
advertisements.One ..__... ... ..... __ _I I.u
r n' ............. ........-.. ::11.:11:11: : 10.3e. Vikln '
o d. 4.50-21 !S.43 I0.$4 F..ekltn..I;;; ...., 11.04
Union County Election Returns F_d .... Il..d__} 6.00-19
advantage of this free flour is that some of the /h.d.t:: -1 Nup'blla.whipp.t.f .

applicants, relieved of the necessity! of buying something to FIFmoutll J 4.75-19 ..IS ia.3 P l..ck"..II..rij)) 6.00-20 ...9S XI.14Xt.f4.

eat, can buy more gasoline. Fnkla.. mij, ;,} 4.75-20 *..1 la..* PI..A.6.0021 ....0
:: 6.00-22 ii.to IX.i
by a..I......
o f-din"'---i Plvrce... 6.50-19 12.30 n."
The needs of the "bonus.army" now Washington are s .---- "">"ta..i.... 6.50-20 .a..5 :X44
thnnt- 5.00-19 ...,
q ix.o
insignificant compared to needs of the taxpayers, and if nec- CIo G.......11.F.I...... ...IIII."._.l lLincoln. }1 7.00-20 ...*S 18.4
the R.I' ...........
essary taxpayers can send en. '
an "army" to the capitol] and .i.. : 4: wwy.a.E. ,
... CI TIRES
it ] -
..
be BUS
would real TRUCK aosd
a v *
army. 0.a } 5.00-20 *. .1,.*
== '
r -q: :q:4 .,." F..i nmniwiOMtaM "FllflTOUC
-0 t : a ,,.._ .7.f I OKIMM 1 .... 1
Some I.' 9tp'.:. b p :i ,.a r'- s j _" olJ n.k.v...hII..) 5.00-21 .. 13.J4 no... c. ..IrS.40...' cM1 PY ,
gangsters and '"
highwaymen :::2 IaO
probably started their :.' .
.... "" :I a :s. _
career of crime by.stealing roadside flowers, fruits and ornamentals j ;&! a:: a ESenator :RUI..M..j)\: : 5.25-18 7.f.IS ...*. SOS H.D_ eu.u. ut..7J I

on their pleasure rides. .. '. 8..1.. _. 5.25-21 11..a S2x6l H.1),_ :a.... Sf.eO.
Anyway. this type of mo- tI..b... 3h111.n.._ 70.
.
torist is a nuisance: this: time of year. : ...... 1===' & .50-18 ..)* t.a; 3618 11.0....- U.6S .::..:*.

J. M. Mann __ __ R__ 6.00.2011.11. ...**
ri o __ _'-_ -337 127 ,1145 62 39 710 !Stw! ..b'k'e 6.50-20iI.D0 .'.10 30.0

Lake Worth Herald declares it takes Hal Y. l\Iaine u_______ ______228 129 48 31 53 489 (;.....__ 7.30-2011.1). :2...< 51,00M.rm.e. ,+
more than cigarettes -} 5.50-19 .... 1.... 9.00-2011.0. .*."0 90.41
to keep a husband kissable. Perhaps the lady editor of the Representative: I o.kl..d.': 9.75-20 II.D. ....5 130.00 I'I'F

Herald will' tip off the hand that keeps the world informed C. A. Roberts -------________255 149 79' 47 56 586 I

just what i8 required to ke keep a husband kissable. C. II. Register ----__________284 105, 77 36 34 636 Tiresf one Tit *tont 1e

o G. W. S. Ware ----___-_______ 27 5 40 7 2 81 C

Cotton will come into its County Judge: 1t
own again with a general use 88 e t

of the new cotton content bond paper. A Southern product N. E. Roberts ---____________219 40 62 9 24 354 .

manufactured in the South using cotton and wood fibres it K B. Joiner .____u___ _____ 75 32 96 23 4 230 EACH EACH Vt
:!, WHEN WHEN 1Vh'cst.ae tI
should be used by every printing plant. 1\1. L. Anderson ____________ 79 68 20 30 65 262 JOUGHt IOU3H1'IK 1
> 1t
-0- Sheriff Wainwright ________ __. lD7, 126 23 32 4' 382 PAIRS H.UOllCOUKKR AIi 1t

; Statement of speaker at postmaster's convention that
P. S. Denmark _--238 a
142
106
oxer-manned '- --- --- 24 56.566
postolfice.s
would continue 'flrestoae
carrying their excess T
55 employees] is typical of the present administration. From W. S. Brannen --u____-_216 52 53 54 20 395' TrPCtin SENTINEL TYPE t

the president down there is G. V. Phillips -- ------ :___. .111 72' 4116\ 20 260 .s.5'' p, I
< the same attitude ,, Oor : =: Ow
of Cm .
keeping a lot .. .... ........
Clerk la'
Circuit Court: C. n d.n.aw c. Rat Cn,..Price h. d'M1 1Ia.
of deadwood ,
on the government) payroll and to hell with the I ..... r... Man ion h.n p t
taxpayers. S. T. Dowling ------____-y444 159 172 85 82 942" .40-21_ -;;.;; -93.10- Ol-90 1.4412103.59' U.5 $0' f

M J. J. Farrelly ___ ---_.-. :..:..._ 106 18 7 9 264 '.50-21_ S.., 3.'>>,) 7'0
oAs 1.50-21. 33.55 *.,. .15-19_ 1.03 .,(0.1 '

long as the retailer gets as much or more for selling Mrs Superintendent School: : i.7S-19_ ......,e ....7'0... 7.*! 'S.00-l_ ..., SAO..8.>>> 11.4
Strickland e
------------2.-1 .2.-21..9
i stuff the farmer has to spend weeks and months raising, the 55 47 13 26 365 JOd'iCl. a.., 2.897* rrorvrllw"1' f** I
Shep Thomas OttMr Si *f -
________ t
farmer cannot prosper, and sections like ours will - 203 123 79" 69 807

farmers being suffer. Local Mizelle -.. -- -_______ __ 21 9 35 / .....-do-..._'_...,.tl...............,.... .._'___"-d ':::'"', p
are paid ten cents for a dozen ears of 2 1 68 ..dMlMr.tocll.tribat. sa..tv b..... ,,_ ... wirb.w..M n.Yrd.lV-J.. It
the corn ; Tax Assessor: ..-. Fb., ... arid otiliMI hi* ..__ .Mb/llsy 1V _'':,
consumer pays twenty cents. The retail store make 100 t.__Tin b...-.. Pl..o0. .._.... Ute.,.r.p.uII' ...... cwt.. '''''''- c
lIassie Mil_tim..... ., .. .
Hurst .
1M
_____ -163 e e e> a
percent profit for --- 56 47 21
putting the corn in a sack ; the farmer does 47 434

not get cost for Knight __ __232 61 t
weeks of labor Johnson -- -- 80 .u 28 492 J. ANDREWS) Jr. Starke Fla. V

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47
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