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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 17, 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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First MISS JORDAN AND 4-H GIRLS ,I Thanks{ Leaders NEW FORMS OF TAXATIONGO : Woodmen Circle




Degree MurderIn RETURN FROM TALLAHASSEE I Of Victory Drive INTO EFFECT NEXT TUESDAYI Meets At Sparr

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Prison Death Miss Pearl Jordan the county Comptroller Amos Appreciation of the concentratei I Tipee" *, MitU'hm, Kiidlon. JOHN S. TA YLOKHACKS Starke' Grove No.--- 278- will be well "

home demonstration agent and 17 Issues Statement effort being made by Florida Demo.. Drink. Check.*, Otis OIK, '
MARTIN represented at the Woodmen Circle
4-H girls returned last Saturday crates to complete the state's quotaof L Souls few Items Included district '"fi

Counton.. Hlffirlnbothani Are Being from Tallahassee where they at- Honorable Ernest Amos candidate $10,000 toward the party's $1- meeting in Sparr Thursday l1j
Rv-Stiitp; : (ii'imtor afternoon and June 23.
l'rll.I"1t 'klto.-. evening,
Held Without Bond tended the state short course. This for re-election as state comp 560,000: Victory Campaign Fund b>, The collector of Internal revenue bliss ..
'llli CumlUlHte Myrtle Oils Crump,
Tampa.
short course Is held every year for troller gave out the following state the time of the convention is ex. for the district! of Florida submits' national assistant j

in ksonvllle\ June 10-Two prison the girls who have made highest ment Monday: "First, I want to pressed by John W. Davis general 11 I the following information for the state attendant and
Jacksonville will be
June 11. Former manager, honor
: amp officials! were held here records in the club work throughout thank the people of Florida for the campaign chairman, in a telegramto public in connection with the laws Other an
guest
State
Senator John S. distinguished officers -
II ,m'on first degree murder the various counties. The different confidence they have shown in me Mrs. James M Courson, "gen.. governing increased taxes recently Taylor, of
attending be Mrs.
Largo Bounded the of will Leila
ohii'ges' In the death of Charles phase of the work including in the past and for the vote which eral" of the Florida Army 01! enacted by congress and known second keynote the DavlM. South Jacksonville
primary of John statopresident.
campaign
Maiilefret, 19' year old prisoner poultry, gardening, sewing' and they gave me in the first primary."I Democratic.,Women; and D. J Ma-, as the revenue act of 1932. It is \'v. Martin at a statewide Mrs. Vondu 1>1. Inmtin

touml strangled In a sweat box: other things are taught by spe : am not only grateful for this honey, Florida Victory campaign, particularly desired to call the at- Martin supporters! here meetingof yesterday Stiirke. state auditor anti district

A coroners Inquest yesterday cialist. but, also( for the assurances of additional chairman, made public today. tention of the taxpaying public to when he declared that the state manager: and Mrs. Etta Black

l pia' d i responsibility for the deathon Annie Laura Tucker of Hamptonwon and active support in the I "As you know. Florida In the the excise taxes effective at the of Florida needs at this time a man parr field representative'
C. W. Courson in eight days ending June 4, increasedthe beginning of business June 21 1932
) aptain second place In the state-wide coming primary which 1 sincerely who has been tried and proven capable There will be'! two neiutlons, one at
charter) of a road camp near Sun- county flower dress revue held te."Unfortunately. amount previously reportedraised as follows: courageous and able. 2 o'clock and another at 7:30.: Dinner iTl:1:

bean and S. M. Hlgginbotham, a at the short course the past week. conditions have by 134 per cent," Mr. Davis Tires and Inner Tubes.--Tires "Johu W Martin who led the will be served at 0 o'clock.

guai(d The two men were ordered as a part of the twentieth annual been such as to make it impossiblefor wired. "I know I state the opinionof and inner tubes sold by manufacturer field lu the llrst primary and who The program will Include Inltla-
without bond. me to leave the the Democr*cy's leaders whenI producer or Importer consisting
Itch short course. :Miss Tucker took capital to make nerved thin state as governor with lon of a class of candidates, a
Witnesses testified Mallifret, part in the revue Wednesday evening ; the usual campaign. I shall In the : say that the' splendid way In wholly or in part of rubber. credit both to himself and to Klor- i bualneHH! session, junior graduation
Westfield N. J. In the college auditorium and coming primary get out among the which your state Is rallying' to thesupport Tires 2 l-2c a pound on total exhibition
whose home was Ida, fills the needs of the state for (''f the floor work by
gnawed his way out of a barrel appeared again in the garden fiesta people as often as Is consistent I of this Victory Drive is weight; Inner tubes 4c a pound on leadership as probably no other Sparr juniors, musical selection' ;

where he had been placed for refusal -I program Thursday afternoon wear with the proper performance of my I highly gratifying."Our total weight to be determined under man could," said Mr. Taylor, who anti talks by national and state officer .

) to work and then was con ing the Azalea costume, which won official duties which for the past leaders regard response to regulations prescribed by the presided at the meeting attendedby *, '

fined in the sweat box:, unable to i second place. four years have claimed the full I the Victory Fund appeal now, when commissioner of Internal revenue Martin lenders from every sec- Among the subjects for discus

I neither candidate nor Is I with the approval of the ... ..._....__ __ ... .
sit ''Jr lie down, with his feet In Some of the special features of measure of my time and energies."I platform secretaryof "u,,n. ..t..l..... .vlll..... h.u<, Hu ma wi-iiuiu or- ino vior-.d

stocks and a chain about his neck. the short course that the girls am confidenct that the people|. known,"as the. real test of party the treasury. The result of the first primary In Ida children who are among those
at the said upon mature reflection over the loyalty, the telegram continued. Toilet Preparations. The tax Is each being cared for nt
Officers camp from Bradford and Union county I county was gone over care- the society'\
Maillefret deliberately swung his entered were: :Monday afternoon unprecedented problemss confront-1 "They are"convinced that the only Imposed upon the following articles fully end the vote analyzed to determine home for aged. members and orphan ,
ing state for the practical way to make victory certain sold by the manufacturer,
off the ground to hang him. our past few years In each children at Sherman
feet Misses Essie. Sapp and Margaret case the reason for Texas.Florida 4
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I and i In'Novemoer Is by assuring producer or Importer equivalent to
self by the chain from the beam Prevatt gave a canning demonstra upon an analysis of the progress -I variations and trends in the voting. I members have been very
that the will enter its 10 cent of the for which
made in their solution, will party convention per price
where it was fastened as a last tion. Misses Rebecca Monds of Lenders In the Martin campaign franerotix In helping provide for
resort to escape. County Detective Lake Butler and Leretta Jeffordsof vote for a continuance of my ser inanclnll ready to start so sold: Perfumes oils, pomades, pledged themselves to renewed effort the four little brothers and! sisters
vices. i an effective .campaign as soon as hair dressings, hair restoratives,
VV H. Gasquc, however said he L wtey gave a salad demonstra anti set to work on a definite who represent this state at the ;
I the convention Is over. hair dyes, tooth anti mouth washes
"I cannot believe that the citi-
believed the youth, was too fatigued tlon. Miss Rea Thede of Lawtey I plans of, organization to repair homo ;
"In the view of the vital need to (except that the rate shall be 5 ,
zens of this state are willing to percent
Members
to stand and strangled whenhe represented the county in the fences nnd build anew on the foundation will also| be Interested '
put the party In a .strong position ) dentifrices (except that the '
court further financial unrest bya In
down of the Martin In h.al'Ifubout the
Involuntarily swung on Health and Junior Posture contest. plurality progress of
change In the personnel and policies I financially. I am confident: that we rate shall be 5 percent), tooth the "1"1111 !
the ,chain. Miss Ozena Green of Brooker, Sen. i the first ra'e.Aftt'r Workers Campaign," t". '
may expect the Democrats of Florida panics (except that the rate shall .
of this office at the ,
present which
An autopsy surgen said the pris ior Posture contest. Misses Annie a check of the former vote wax launched the flmt of '
to full be 5
do their share just as percent), aromatic cachous,
oner's, stomach revealed he had not Laura Tucker of Hampton and time. anti prospects for the coming: race May and will close the last of Au ,
SUNOFFICI.tL I am confident that our assembled toilet soaps except that the rate
eaten for twelve hours or more. Butler from every section, the conclusion gust.
Brannen of Lake
Vivian TAlirLATIOVVOrE delegates at Chicago will formulatea shall he :5 I percent), toilet powdersand 0
Maillefret 'as serving! nine years were selected to represent |he I was announced that friends and A largo attendance ID. expected,
FOB OKLKOATKSDEMOCRATIC platform that will meet current any similar substance, article,
from Vol/u/ a county on, robbery county in the state council. A very supporters of Martin expect to oar- as members have, been invited from
: CON\ ENT1ON Issues squarely and nominate for or preparation, by whatsoevername I
charges. ft creditable report of the things accomplished of known ry H majority of two-thirds the Htarke, Ocala, Island Grove, Con.
the or
presidency a man capable dlntlngulHhed
; any
vote in the second primary. This ner, Crystal River,
by the council the past the to and of the above which are used or Campvillo, I;
Jacksonville victory
June 13. leading party
applied -
-- GeorgeB.
bused that Gainesville. Brnn. ...m... n"nnAII.. I ,
Miss Tucker was upon reports supporters _.... ... .-
:NEW NVVAL S'fOUESIU'LLETIN year was given by Intended to ---- '
difficulties. or be used
Hills of Jacksonville, official of the country out of Its or applied and Fellowship.POSTAUK .
of other candidates everywhere
AVAILABLE Thursday night. a state-wide Roosevelt-for-presl- "With but a few weeks remaining for toilet purposes. -,--
are rallying to the Martin -+-
All of Bradford and Union coun- dent organization in Florida, tonight -, before the voncentlon, completion Furs.Kurs sold by the manu banner. RATES'" INCKKASE!

A new publication by Lenthall ty's girls made good showings, and announced the result of an of Florida's quota may appear facturer, producer or Importer, TO WAR TIME) NTKRNUTH t

Wyman entitled. Experiments In many patriclpated In other con- unofficial tabulation of the VOtb I difficult," Mr. Davis concluded. there is imposed a tax equivalentto ,11'NK 20 FINAL ATE FOIl ,- ff'

Naval Stores Practice has just been I tests. Many helpful and InterestIng cast in the state's first primary I "It can be done, however, and 10 percent of the price for which 'r\I..l\IINT" !: CROP; lAt\S Effective! July 6. 1932 the rate of ,

published This bulletin sum- programs were given throughout election for delegates to the Demo will be done If everyone who calls HO sold on articles made of fur on postage on all mall matter of the .

murizes the results of five yearsof 'the week and those girls who cratic national convention. himself a Democrat and every citizen the hide or pelt or of which any Announcement Is made by Field first clnsH (except postal cards and

tests designed to better turpentine were present'were:'Rea Thede Le Official figures will not be made who demands an administrative such fur 1 Is the component materialof Inspector J. C. Broken, of the Crop private mailing or post cards, and c

methods and shows the scope retta Jeffords! Aleene Rosier Lois public until after the state canvassing change contributes accordingto chief value. Production Loan Office! U, S. De- other first clans matter on, .j 1f"rexcept :

of work done at the Starke Branch Moore. Essie Sapp, Margaret Pre- board meets at Tallahassee his means." Jewelry. .A tax equivalent to partment Agriculture, whose which the rate of postage under ,

of the Southern Forest Experiment vatt Alberta Hinson, Annie Laura this week. In. making Mr Davis' telegram 10 per cent of the price sold by the field headquarters are located at existing law in 1 cent for each

Sta tlon. Tucker. M. E. Wynn Doris Meade, Hills' tabulation listed the following -I public, Mrs. Courson slid Mr. Ma- manufacturer, producer or Importer Gainesville, that June 20th has ounce or fraction thereof) shall be ,

It has shown to be feasible and Ozena Green Louise Surrency and candidates as having been honey issued a joint statement urg. on all articles commonlyor been set by the secretary of agriculture 3 cents for each ounce or fraction ,

profitable to do lighter and more Mazie Howard, from Bradford, and virtually assured membership on ing Immediate support of the local commercially known known as as the final date for filing thereof.

conservative chipping than has Vivian and Ouida Brannen Rebecca the state's delegation of 18, which fund-raising effort. jewelry whether real or Imitative, with the department requests for The old rate of 1 cent for each '
,:It'
been practical In the past. Many Monds and Marjorie Mizell will have 14 votes when it as- "On June 24 the Victory Fund pearls, precious and semipreciousstones second Installments of loans. ounce will bo charged* on drop let

more years of operation are now from Union county.SchoolBoard. sembles with aggregations from chairmen of each of the 48 states and Imitations thereof and When crop loans were approved ters: but the rate of 3 cents will

possible and damage from chip other states for the convention's and the District of Columbia will articles made of, or ornamented, this spring by the Crop Production I apply to all letters deposited In

ping may be reduced to onehalfper opening at Chicago, June 27: attend a Victory Fund caucus to be mounted or fitted with, precious Loan OlTlce, many were divided into I rural or star route boxes or mailed jj

cent annually.Mr State at large (men) : Val C. held at Congress Hotel In Chicago, metals or imitations thereof or Installments!! only such part of to persons who are served by rural 4'

Wyman has a supply of this Cleary, Miami: Bryan Mack, Day- on the eve of the convention," the Ivory; watches, clocks, opera these Installment loans being paid or star route carriers. .

bulletin which be will be glad to tona Beach; D. F. C. Robertson, statement said. "At this caucus, at glasses and binoculars which are at the time an was considered i Also effective the same date,

distribute to all who care to receive Sar., Jacksonville, and James which leaders of the party from all sold for'a price of $3 00 more. would be Immediately required in July 6th, the rate of postage on t

ItBIRBECTB. Proceedings Whitehurst, Brooksvllle. sections of the country are expect Cent applies to all automobile chas- the borrower's farm program, the mall carried by airplane shall be '

State at large (women) : Mrs. ed to be present, final Victory Fund I Au tomobiles.A tax of 2 per balance of the loan belnir held for, 8 cents for the first ounce anti 13
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FOB FRIENDS Herman Dann St. Petersburg; reports will be made. On the basisof sis and bodies, motorcycle, except. subsequent disbursement With the cents for each additional nunxo.. nO' 1
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OF SIB. A. J. GBIFFIS Board met June 6, in regular session -I Mrs. Beulah Hooks Hannah, Lake- these reports a huge Victory tractors, 3 percent. I first payment a report card was' fraction thereof. -- -- -,

with all members' present. land: Mamie Sparkman Hart, Tampa Fund chart sinewing the amount of Sporting Goods.--A tax of 1C, mailed, with request to the borrow.'I -

The friends and supporters of A. Minutes read and approved. and Mrs. William L. Wilson, money' raised r by'ieach state will percent of the price of any article: er that when the first Installment II.NIII.NUU'' ')

J. Griffis as. superintendent of School bus routes were discussed Jacksonville. be prepared'and displayed In the classified as sporting goods sold bad been disbursed and the bal: TAX ON C'HKCHM!

school will have a barbecue at the and superintendent was Instructed Congressional district at large: convention stadluav.when the dele* by the manufacturer, producer or ance of, the loan was needed, the I "":

courthouse in Starke, Thursday, to make satisfactory arrangements F. S. Hudnall, Jacksonville, and gates assemble June'27."Whether importer. curd be filled In showing/ how the Washington, June -Collection

June 23, 1932. The committee decided as to bidders' Informa. E. Clay Lewis, Jr., Wewahltchka.First that chart will reveal Radio Receiving Sets.A tax first Installment had been spent, tit, the new two-cent tax on checks,.
district N. met equivalent to S per cent of the and drafts and similar instruments
to let the ladies that desiredto congressional : that Florida Democrats have returned to the Washington office
tion.The G. Roberstson Sarasota and of of price as sold by the manufacturer for and which goes Into effect
do so bring baskets and furnish board agreed to a settlement PerryG. their hare the responsibility checking forwardingof on June 21 !
whatever addition of Wall, Tampa. helping to prepare the party for a producer or Importer on chassis. the balance of the loan. will cause no Inconvenience to bank
they chose as an with insurance company .
to the beef, bread and pickles two hundred dollars for bus body Second congressional district: L. winning campaign depends on the chassis, cabinets, tubes, reproducing Many of these reports have nev- depositors of the country, but will

as furnished for this occasion.A burned at Brooker. B. McLeod Williston and Fred C. extent to which we give promptand units, power packs and phonograph er been returned to the department. bo handled entirely by the banks. t

and board relativeto Cone, Lake City, elected without generous support." the state- mechanisms suitable for use This is doubtless partly dueto, the Internal revenue officers said to. I
large crowd is expected, Patrons met the I
opposition. ment continued. Democrats In connection with or as part of fact that borrowers have thy the banks would the tax '
"Many many pay ,, -
arrangements are being made to various routes, and adjustmentswere
care for everyone that wishes to made. to avoid conflicts.E. Third congressional district: J. throughout the state already have radio receiving sets or combination succeeded In raising their crops I tl) the treasury at the end of each,

partake, J. Lewis met the board rela. M. Coe, Pensacola, and J. Ed, contributed, as have more than 78- radio and phonograph sets. without the necessity of using the ', month Bank will keep count of q
This Stokes, Panama City. I 000 loyal men and women In all Mechanical Refrigerators A balance/ of the loan, and partly due the number of checks drawn by' I '
Is in appreciation of the tive to route by his place. Superintendent
Splendid to investi- Fourth congressional district: sections of the country. The need tax of S percent is Imposed on articles /overnight In neglecting to fill each depositor and at the end of 4'
Grir Instructed
vote received Mr.
by was
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tie i l io the first primary for superintendent gate same and to make adjustments Robert H. Anderson, Jacksonville, for support is urgent and the time told by the manufacturer, the report card out and mall It In, the month enter the charge against.
of and Frank J. Wideman, West Palm before the convention Is short. producer or Importer on household I alt required. his account and enclose a statement j. '

I schools. Trustees. from Graham met the Beach. Therefore, we urge' everyone who type refrigerators operated Mr. Foke advises he has received In the depositors cancelled 3

HOW for their All of those candidates Hills has not yet done so to contributeat with electricity, gas, kerosene/ r notice that In those. cases checks. I 4'
TO RRINO board relative to teachers other
the of said, prefer Governor Franklin D. once. At a time when the eyes means. where these|rpport cards have not Counter checks cashed by the
HACK CJOOO TIMES: school; board advised use all Roosevelt of New York for the of the party aid nation will\ be centered Firearms, Shells and Cartridge been received In the Washington I depositor at the banks are not. '
one teacher and to transfer pupils -A
tax taxed.
to
to Democratic presidential preference.With on Chicago, the convention equivalent 10 percentof office of the Crop Production Loan
N thing could 'do more to bring above the fifth grade the exception of Roberstonof victory chart must show Florida the price for which sold Is Imposed Office by June 20th It will be assumed Higher rates on second claim ,4 "

baCk good times than assurance of Starke. Brooker school the first congressional district. among the states which have done upon firearms, shells and! that the balance of the loan mall becomes effective! on July 1,

a de.. rease In taxes during the.next Trustees from They comprise the slate backed by their utmost to assure .that the cartridges except those Bold for I will not be required by the borrower while the three-cent rate on first
make recommendations
advised
few years. were to Hills of the use of the United States, any class mall la effective July 6.
the best the organization. next president our great country and such balance will be cancelled -
Every effort! should be made to and to employ lowest On the basis of Mills tabulation, now so sorely in need of real state or the District of Columbiaor / and the total amount of the Tax experts continued today to ,
salary.
increase governmental efficiency! certified teachers at for Robertson apparently had defeated leadership, shall be a Democrat." to pistols and revolvers. loan reduced to the amount of the I| work out regulations under which ,

eliminate waste and duplication of One teacher to be employed understand- Carl HantVa! Fort Myers, supported S Cameras.--A tax equivalent to first Installment. In other words the new billion dollar In taxes will ',,

Tort and( do away with the bureaus Ing four that months if attendance, with the dropped off! by the organization, although 66 MEETING: FALSR ALARM sold 10 percent Is of the price for which no further installments will be paid'j be collected. ', 1'S

and commissions that milk be precincts In Citrus, Glades, Hardee, imposed upon the> manufac. where the report card I* not received ,
.. the tax payer dry. Doing this that the teacher would not con- Highland and Sumter counties had turer, producer or Importer of cameras In Washington by June 20th. f//K. (\rPKLL WITH ; -

would not damage the functions tinued. meet the first not been reported In the district. Approximately 150 people attended weighing not more than 100( Those borrowers desiring the _. IMC. MIDDLGTOVnr .
Board adjourned to bal-I h. U
of K''vernment_If would greatly Robertson was listed as having 20- the meeting called at the pounds.Matches.: -an/A-.-_ r\t-- fholr n..__ .I/inn___u.. usVijar n..___ fhA,n_ u f. v. Chappell: .Is. now a resident
imp ve them. i Monday In July.A.. 192 votes and Hanton 18391. courthouse Monday afternoon for .--There is Imposed upon tire amount was not received In the ;I of Starke, going In partner.
High I J. Griff. Secy. depositors of the Bradford County' matches sold by the manufacturer ship with Dr. W. K. '
taxes have throttled Indus- first payment, and where the balance Mlddleton In
iria.. levelopment in England. They PROPOSALS W NTElj'ON I Bank, and not until they had gathered producer or importer a tax of 211 due on the loan Is actually' the practice of medicine. Although

ha 1 ,tone the same thing In Germn STATE TRESS HEAD VISITORMrs. I'OSTOFFICE q)CARTERS did they Uncover\ that the per 1000 matches, except, that In required for the crop production Dr. Chappell la a Florida cracker. f

% >.n Australia and elsewhere. --r meeting was really a political one. the cane of paper matches in book* purposes as Itemized in their application I he has. been practicing for soma 1'flf II

'r- are doing the same thing Marie Holderman presidentof The present lease on the build- Failure of the',.peaker to arrive, the tax shall! be 1-2 of 1 per cent are urged to fill their report -' time In Arizona and comes to

n*: High taxes make and pro- the Florida Press Association Ing now used for a postoffice expires forced Mr. H. G. Strohfeldt. who per 1000 matches. cards In promptly and mail to fltarke highly recommended by

.r- nemployment cause hoardn and editor of the Tribune Cocoa, Dec. 17th of this year, and Inserted the notice in lut week's Candy and Chewing Gum.-A J. C. Fokeu, Field Inspector, Crop I' those who have been associated f 1 '

| !-: f capital and frighten Inves- and Mr. John Pounds, manager/\' of the government Is requesting proposals I Telegraph! to announce that the tax of 2 percent la imposed upon Production Loan Office, Galnes-' with him. Dr. Chapped' parents! ,

(/r In short, their whole in- the Tribune, were visitors to Starke up to July 6th from any per- meeting was called solely for the these articles sold by the manufacturer vllle, Fla., In order that he may' live In Jacksonville, having moved

n... ON- i u toward the prolongation Friday afternoon. They are tour- son with a building suitable for I purpose of haYIng the depositors of producer or' Importer. forward them, with bin recommendation -, there from Sanford In 1918.

01 ,', pression. Ing the state In an effort to secure postofflce purposes. Floor space the defunct bank bear how they Soft Drinks. 1. Upon all bev to the Washington office HO '

---- S as near possible 100 percent attendance required about 1800 square feet and :could recover their, money by elect. erages 'derived solely .or In part as to be received there not later '! INFORMTION VVANTKH 'Tt

,Ithassee--Sixteen year old at the fall press meetingto period of lease 5 to 10 years. Additional Ing an opponent of the present from cereals or substitutes containing than June 20th. I My boy John Henry Koon, left '

*'h"r. Diy of :Manatee county. Is be held In Hollywood. The meetIng Information can be secured comptroller, :Mr Amos. less than 1-2 of 1 per cent S home last February and has not

*"""I"1 Ma's 1932 healthiest girl. She set for October :21-23 will bea from local postofflcei. The notice was Inserted as re- of alcohol by volume sold by the Pensacola--Ceell Turner Wilson been heard from since He Is 11

adjudged 96.3 percent perfect'U combination business and good S i i quested by Mr. Btrohfeldt who manufacturer, producer or Impor. la-year-old Pensacola youth will years of age, weight about 73 Ibs. 4

the tate-wlde health contest will gathering, of Florida newspaper State road No.14-3 to be improved made no reference to the real purpose ter, a tax of 1 1-4 cents per gallon enter high school next fall witha ,has brown eyes, !and light hair. ,

Conducted In connection with the workers, and an, invitation will toextent, of $23,943 accordingto of the meeting els* 'It would 2. Upon'unfermented grape perfect record behind him for the Any Information as to his whereabouts

wual short course for 4-H club be extended to newspaper publishers I action taken by state road department have been marked as political advertising ; juice In natural' or concentratedform eight years of grammar school. will be thankfully received

I rtwrls at Florida state College. for and editors of Cuba, Georgia. in Tallahassee.-West matter and a chargemade containing 35 per cent or less During the entire eight years he by his parents Mr. and Mrs. H. jJ

: and Alabama to attend. Palm Beach Tropical Sun. for Its Insertion. ('Continued on page four) was never absent and never tardy. Koon, Jasper, Fla. ,

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' Freda Brown Sunday evening.Mr. Saturday night and Sunday. nesday afternoon. I Mr. Wilbur Knight was visitingMr. attended church at Saxton Sun ford were visiting Mr and JIM

I George Rivers and Bob Bat Miss Rhoda Zeigler left Sundayto I Mr. and Mrs Lacy Norman and J. H. Monds Monday after day night. J. L. Conner Sunday.Mr. .

IM HAMPTON on of Saxton were visitors In this spend this week In Jackson little daughter, Cleo of Bootsey'g s I noon. and Mrs. M. L. Lewis .
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r section Sunday. ville with relatives. Beach were visiting Mr and Mrs. I Mr. Nelson Prescott and J. H. children and Mrs. E. J. Lewis i ,
r Miss Ads Nlmmo, ('..r. A three weeks revival will beheld R. C. Grlffls Wednesday. Monds were shopping in Jacksonville Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. N spt c.

I l at Saxton beginning June 20: Mr. Knight and Mrs. Joe Hodge Wednesday. RISING Mott In Heilbronn section Sun,! ,, .
and children and Mrs. David< Man- Mr. Clyde Carter from Clay Hill Mrs. W. C Clemons of
Mr and Mra.:: Coo McMekln have GREENWOOD III.... II. !M. 'or.. Heilbnr,
ning and granddaughter, Margaret, visited relatives and friends Sun- Mellse were visiting Mr. and Mrs. i
a new son, who arrived June Oth. J L.
p wee visitors to>> Starke Saturday Conner Sunday.Mr. .
I :Alias Henrietta Evans, of Gainesville Minn nmnmlyne I'rlnicl, Cor. day.Mr. ,
afternoon. Wilbur Parrish from Tampa and Mrs. N.
C.
; Is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Heilbronn Springs I Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Neal and J. Mott of I h. :q.i
I Mrs. Florence Harris and little was visiting relatives and friends, bronn were
C. E. this week I R. Neal, all of Gainesville, visiting relative, ,
Harper spent ?
r and Donie
!Mda'helms nhmlrn. Cor. Meidames Gladys daughter, Mertice and Mrs. Dora Mr. John and Harry Wilkerson. this section Friday.
Mrs. O. O Pearce, who has been Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. H.
In Maxville
i Pringle spent Thursday Jones were visiting Mrs. Joe Hodge Misses Elsie Loadholtz of Law- Mrs. J.W. McRae and
r and relatives at M. McRae. little s,,?
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4 visitingfriends visiting their grandmother, Mrs. H Sunday afternoon.Mr. tey were visiting Miss Lula Wilkerson Edwin, of Starke, .spent the .
+ Lulu, returned to her home this Mr. and Mrs. Lee. Rhodcn ot G McPherson. J. L. Starling was visiting Friday.Mr. Messrs. W. T. and Lester Crosby end here with relatives.Mrs. \v.tk-
week.iMiss. Gulf Hammock spent Friday with Mr and Mrs. G W. Roberts and made a business trip to Jackson-
Mr. Joe Hodge Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. L. D Prevatt and Amanda Silcox and
Alta Hicks, Mrs Jessie WIlt !- W. C. Rhoden. Mr and Mrs. ville Friday.Mr. dauKh-
W his father, Mr children: of Lawtey son were business visitors in Starke ters Aliases
Muriel
, t II' non, Mrs. O I... Harrison and Mrs.I. Mrs Ollie Petty was the guest C. A. Pringle and children enjoyeda Saturday.Mrs. and Mrs. F. L. Conners and Miss Beulah and Rachel \11'1,|
J. Priest were shopping: In ._-- little daughter, Betty Louise and Edwards, of Stark
of her mother Mrs Bell Parmenterlast fish fry at Kingsley Lake Thurs- J. L. Starling, Mrs. Wesley and Mrs. Mabel Denmark :
Gainesville this week Mrs W. R. Wood and little and children
Friday. day night. Pressing farms Harris, Mrs Dora Johns and little son of
F"' Mrs I W Wesley and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Melvin of Mr C. A. Pringle and children r-- Myrtle Harris were 'VIsiting Mrs.E. Cecil, all of Lawtey were visiting: relatives Jacksonville in this were Visiting
Mrs. Kate Sparkman were the sister, of her sister, Mrs. relatives here Sunday afternoon. section. Tuesday,
r Brooker were visiting hr were the guests Lila UlllKTHon, Cor. L. Wilkerson Saturday. i iI
guests of Mrs. Sparkman'8 sister, Mrs M. Rhoden Sunday. Maggie Korsyth of Jacksonville I I Mr. Frankie Bennett, Mr. Demp- Mrs N D. Green and Mrs. M\ .

a i'11', Mrs. Elsie Sparkman. Misses Out Mae, and Gladys Sunday. .'------ .. -- sey Knight, Mr. Ted Manning were Newmans of Heilbronn section

Rev Taylor preached at China I Parmenter and Edna Davis were Misses Emmnlyne Pringle and Mr. and MM Nelson Prescottand visiting Mr. Lloyd Wilkerson Sun- were visiting Mr. and Mrs. L.

:. Grove; last Sunday rooming. I guests of Misses Eva and BeatriceUndl"rhlll Evelyn Moscley attended the Nor- son, Earl, were visiting Mr. day afternoon. Crawford Thursday.Miss SANDY LANE
Mr and Mrs. C L May and son, Saturday. wood Baptist church at Jackson- and Mrs. E. L. WUkerson! Sunday Lillian Kelley and brother,
who have ben the guestsof Miss Lula Wilkerson was visiting and Mr !Miss Ltorrne Cim>u Cow
vf,4 Richard, Mr Seelier Forsyth was the ville Sunday. afternoon.Mr. Randolph Crosby: attendeda I
w of Mrs. May's uncle and ant, Mr. guest of Miss) Eva Underhill Sat +- Misses Myrtle and Melba Knight birthday party at the home of
Ij' and Mrs Wm. Klmmerer of Phlla- urday night. John Wilkerson was visiting Sunday. Miss Nina Whitehead Friday eve-
delphna, returned to their home Misses Eva and Beatrice Under- Mr. Nelson Prescott Saturday Air. Harry Wilkerson were visiting Miss Ola Mae Johns of Stark"
Mrs. K L. Wilkerson and son, Mr. and Wilbur nIng.Mr spent this week-end here with
here last Sunday. Avery Knight
hill and Mr William Doty were MILLER : J. L. Conner and Joseph!
Lloyd Wilkerson visited Mrs. Ida Juanita Williams.
4 Rev. McOnuley preached at the Saturday Sunday. Norman made
visiting Miss Hilda Forsyth a business trip to
Prescott and Earl Prescott Friday.. Mrs. Ida Sweat the .
was guest! [ "if
church last Sunday morn-
?; Baptist afternoon. !Minn lllrn Jlln'k. .h1..r, (or. Little Virginia O'Quinn was visiting Jacksonville Monday.
Mrs. J. H. Monds was visitingher her sister Mrs. E.
E. Green
Ing. Rev. Colonel; Crosby of Starke, Miss Lois Moore returned to her mother her relatives Saturday, Mr. Mr and Mrs. C. C. Crosby of Friday\
Saturday flight afternoon.Mr. .
preached at the Baptist church last sev- and Mrs. J. E. Knight. Pine Level
home Saturday'after spending were visiting Mr. and
Air
Avery Knight, :Air.! Wilbur
Sunday evening. eral days in Tallahassee attending Friends of Mr. Raymond Clyattwill Knight Miss and Melba Mrs. H. M. McRae Sunday night. Bascom Williams left Wednesday Mrs. S. M. Simmons and son, the 4-H Club meeting.Mr. be very sorry to know he Is and Reba Myrtle I Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby was where he will spend >ev-

t Master Thomas, of Waverly, Va., and Mrs T. J. Moore and l \H. We hope he will get better. visiting Knight Miss Lula and Manning, Harry were Wil- visiting Mrs. Crosby's sister, Mrs. .eral days at Bayshore with friends
arrived here last Saturday and are Mrs. Bill Parmenter made a business Mrs. Sallle Blackwelder and son. kerson SAXTON Floyd Sullivan at Theressa Friday ,and relatives.
the guests of Mrs. Simmons'' mother trip to Starke Saturday. Aaron were called to the bedside of Saturday night night. Mrs. W. C. Clemons spent Sun.
Mr and Mrs. L. D. Prevatt
Mrs. P. B. Hunt. Miss Thelma Rhoden spent Sat her daughter Mrs. Creasle Kingof visiting her parents Sunday after-were Miss June Tyler, Cor. Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Stokes and day with her daughter, Mrs Ruby

Mr. Newton of Starke accompanied urday night with her friend, MIss Plant City last Monday. We children of Baldwin and Mrs. J. R. .Conner.

by the family house guests Hilda Forsyth all she will soon be up again. noon.Mrs. Neal of Gainesville, and children Miss Bertlce Norman have returned -
Miss Hall and Miss Dixon of Jack- Mr. Clarence Rhoden and Miss Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hancock were Walter, Quinn and little Mr. Geo. Rivers attended business were visiting Mrs. H. M. McRae home after spending a few

., sonville, attended preaching here Eva Underhill passed through our called to the bedside of their daughter, Virginia, and Miss Mel- in Jacksonville Tuesday. Monday afternoon. weeks with her sister, Mrs. Ruby
last Sunday. section Sunday afternoon. .laughter, Mrs. Fronie Donaldson of ba Knight spent last week In Jack- Air. J. A. Tyler went to Starkeon Mtss Ruth Bennett of Theressa, """aters.

Mr. and Mrs. W. T. McEver of Mr. Clarence Clemons of MiamiIs Branford last Sunday, but is improving sonville with their aunt. business Tuesday afternoon. spent the week-end here with her Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish were
Graham, were visiting In the homeof Mr. and Mrs."L. F. Tyre were vis- Air W. R. Swanbom has return.
S spending several days here with now. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson his grandfather, Mr. Johns Clem- Mr. Willie Carlton passed away iting her mother Sunday. ed to Fort Myers. Mrs. Floyd Crosby. Norman one day last week.
last Sunday. at 11 o'clock. Mr. Walter O'Quinn was visitingher Mrs. Geo/ RIvers was the guestof
ons. last Thursday night Mr. and Mrs. B. E. McRae and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Keene and
A. J. Thomas and family, were He leaves to mourn his loss five mother, Mrs J. E. Knight. Mrs. H. D. Tyler, Wednesday children! of Starke and Mrs. Mattie
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. sons, Allen, Harley Charley, Henry :Mr. Francis Bennett from Jacksonville afternoon.Mrs. Brown and little son of Pensacolai/ family of DeLeon Springs are

+ Wynn last Sunday. and Resnle, all of Dukes section; was visiting his aunt, Mrs. Peterrlck Sanders of Jack were visiting relatives and friendsin spending a few days here with Mr
and Mrs. W. R. and fam-
Kersey
-. VANDERBILT three: daughters, Mrs. Mannie J. E. Knight for a while. sonville, was the guest of Mrs. H. this section Sunday afternoon.Mr. .....

is Todd of Dukes. Mrs. Marie Scott Mr. Andrew from Hartsburg, D. Tyler Wednesday. Sand Mrs. J. L. Conner are ily.Miss Pauline Green spent Sun
4 Cnri-lR nell Norman Cor. and Miss Pearl Carlton of Lees- I was visiting Mr. Monds Saturday. Arthur Swanbom was the guestof receiving congratulations over the day with Miss Emma Woodle.
RAIFORDRed burg, and a host of friends and Little Elizabeth Griffis and Mrs. Elbert Tyler Sunday afternoon arrival of a little son.

relatives. I Eliza Griffis were visiting Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. Kirkland of Jacksonville Miss Juanita Stokes of Baldwin, .

Red Kerce, Cor Misses Alable Denmark of Jacksonville ,Mrs. Sallie Blackwelder and chil- Monds Wednesday were the guests of Mr. and was visiting Miss Audrey McRae Apalachicola Construction ut'

f t Muriel and Rachel Silcox dren were visiting her sister, Mrs Miss Myrtle Knight was visitingMrs. Mrs. A. C. Summer Sunday. Monday afternoon.Mr. Chapman High School building pro-
{ of Starke, were visiting Misses Earl Donaldson of Branford last Monds Friday Miss Pearl Prevatt of Lawtey and Mrs. J. F. Shaw of Rai-, greasing.
John Fish of Macclenny was in Mattie and Carra Bell Norman Sunday. -- -

Raiford last Sunday calling on Friday evening. Mrs. Spence Dicks returned .

t:, friends. Miss Doris Hurney of Lawtey, home last Saturday after spendinga -- -' ."
John B. Crews and C. D Dekle spent last week with her cousin week at the camp with the 4-H I-

It of Lake Butler, were In Raiford Miss Louise Sapp. club boys. I

Saturday. Mrs. Farnk Normanand Miss Mr. Virgil Broks is working In
t Jimmy Hitch, state hotel Inspector Carra Bell Norman were visiting in leilbronn Springs section with his "

was In this place Monday on Rising section Thursday last. uncle, Mr. Grady Brooks. / \

;c r' business. A large crowd attended the I Friends of Mrs. Bessie Brown
Mrs. C. H. Brown of Ralford has birthday party Friday night at the 'will be sorry to know she is ill at i

returned from New York where home of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. White- this writing. We all wish her a TheBRADFORD !
she has been spending some time, head given in honor of their daughter speedy recovery.Mr. .

y accompanied by David Richard Miss Nina Whitehead. All and Mrs. I. J. Blackwelderhas
C former garage operator of his who attended reported a nice time. returned home after spending I

place. Mr. and Mrs Irving DeBose of several months in Ayden, N. C. I II
ti6 Mrs. O. M. Alvarez and Mr. and Little Springs spent Saturday with -

Mrs. Levy Alvarez were visiting Mrs. DeBose's parents, Mr. and
r Mrs. Fred Wiles of Jacksonville Mrs. R. M. Alvarez. i iI COUNTY I

last Wednesday.( Mr. Barney Parrish of Manatee, I BROOKE
M The Whitten family entertainedtheir 'was visiting relatives In this community .1 I

father, W. M. Whitten of Hal- Sunday-afternoon. MU Vera Outlier, Cor. _.
ford Sunday with a surprise birth- I Aleaars. William Alvarez and I

day dinner. The table was deco- Ralford Sunday afternoon.
rated with gifts and flowers with I Remember" there will be churchat I Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Laird and

a huge birthday cake the place Wateronk Saturday, Saturday daughter, Jean, of Perry, spent TELEGRAPH ,
cards consisted\ of antique photo- night; and Sunday. The) services part of last week here with friends ll]

graphs of each member of the fam- will be conducted by the pastor, before leaving for Gainesville -\
ily. Gathered around the table in Rev J. L. Norris of Lacrosse. ; where they will make their home W, .
Y this setting were: W M. Whitten Everyone Is welcome to attend.TIIEKESSA for the next few weeks. \: > ,' .

Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Whitten, Mr. Mrs. L. A. Mentz and Mrs. F. M. ,
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and Alra. E::. D. Yelvlngton.; J. J. Pearce of Jacksonville spent last ",:' ,fI
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Farrley, Mr. and Mrs. JJ. R. Tld- Tuesday here with Mrs. Mentz' r
well, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Whittenand parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey. e I
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Denmark.N. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Pinholater of :

T. Hitch made a business trip JHlmn llhniln.7 III.pCor.\ Lake City, spent Tuesday here with One !
Yeart
to Luke\ City Monday where he Is friends and relatives.R. ,
k marketing tomatoes and other B. Raulerson, Mrs. A. F. Raul-
"vegetables. Mr. and Mrs. 3.; D. Peele and erson and Miss Mabel Carr of ,i;*" .

S. A. Bryant made a business children and Mr and Mrs. Stewart Okeechobee, spent Sunday here : d// ih i
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trip to Lake Butler Monday after- and two sons, were visiting B. E. with Mrs. Raulerson's parents, Mr. '
noon. Rosier and mother Sunday night. and Mrs. H. P. Gainey. They were ,'J'-'.::$. & ,
.Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Shaw of AIoul- :Mr. and Mrs. Everett Futch accompanied home by Mrs. R. B. < II
weeks spent the week-end with relativesnear Raulerson, who has been spending i :
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,., trio, Ca, are spending ror.
and
here with her parents, Mr. and Lnwtcy some time here with friends ,

Mrs. J. H. Dowling. Miss Pauline Rosier was visiting relatives, and Mrs. R. W. Brannen I ., ,

Leslie Crews of this place Is her cousin Willie Mae Reddish and daughter, Pauline. !

spending a few weks as the guestof Saturday afternoon! H P. Gainey and daughter, Mrs.R. .
his aunt. Mrs. Kate Valencia of Mr. and Mrs. Cohen Peele were B. Raulerson were attending to

Jacksonville.Miss visitors to Starke Saturday. business in Starke Saturday. i
Bertha Johns returned to Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and M. P. Matheny was attending to

her home in Jacksonville last week children were visiting Mr. and Mrs.J. business In Gainesville Tuesday. \
Mr and Mrs. Eugene Long and 1.50 .
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week with her
after spending a D. Peele Saturday night. of last week "
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Louise and Clarice Rosier spent children spent part ; ,'. .
friends and relatives In the ,i
visiting !
Gar d oa, Sunday with Lorene Rosier at ...
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southern part
A baseball game was played be- Wood lawn. ; : '
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'' tween the Fair East Commanders Mrs. E. L. Kinchen and son ... ; : "
of Jacksonville and the local nine Leonard were business visitors to ". .
here Sunday, in which Ralford lost I I ',
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Starke Tuesday.
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?I y to the visiting team by a score of Mr. and Mra. John Hall of Hampton .'.y" ,- ,f

9-11. t were business visitors here Ml,I.. l.urlll Griff, Cor. '"


I Tuesday.was Mr.visiting R. G. ZeIgler his parents of Gainesville, Mr. and, Mr. and Mrs. G, D. Wllkerson Local News R.: :

DOUBLE RUN Mrs. J. J. Zeigler Friday. and children were visiting Mr. and I

Cor. I I Mrs. Wiggins of Sanderson, is Mrs. T. T. Blackburn Saturday af 1 %
MI.s Hoot Meows
I visiting her daughter, Mrs. Louis ternoon. ,
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Alford. Mrs. Lucille Griffis was visiting f
Miss Mae and Inez Bryan and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Pringle of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hodge Friday
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: Willie Mae Johns were the guests Olustee spent the week-end with afternoon.Mr. County News' I
of Inez Kersey Sunday Miss Boots the latter'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Bennett wa -visitingMr. I

1 vt and Freda Brown were the guests Louis Alford. I Claude Rowe Friday 'I
f r of Misses Virginia Brantley and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Edwardsof i Mr. and Mrs P. Grlffls and 1 .
Ola Mae Andrews of Hartsburg Jacksonville, and Mrs. M. Johns' daughter, Clara Mae, of near Law- ,i

i, Sunday afternoon. of Starke, were visiting Mr. and tey were visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. ".. State Newsrr"
;{ Miss Era Edwards was the guestof Mrs. J. J. Zelgler Sunday. C. Grlffls II Wednesday after- l

Mafy Jane Judd Sunday. I Mr. Clyde Hall was a visitor to
:. Mr. Earl Johns was the guest Starke Saturday. noon.Mrs.. Florence Harris and daughter -
of Miss Inez KeKrsey Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hersey and Mertice were visiting Mr. and ?

__ Miss Inez Bryan called on Miss I family were visiting Mr. R. Mersey Mrs. R. C. Griffis Friday morning.Mrs. .
Boots Brown Friday afternoon. of Starke Sunday. J. L. Starling and Miss Mer- Ci

Mr., Joe and Jordan Brantley Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan of tice Harris and Lucille Griffis were

were visiting Mlssea Boots and Putnam Hall, were visitors here visiting Mrs. E. M. Raulerson Wed-


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Miami Mrs. A. B. Small wife sible position. The vote--In-the fruit I Rudolph Chlsm I support In the primary of June 7th vote you gave me In the recent primary j(

I of a Judge of the Dade county civil belt conclusively proves that our Mr. and Mrs. W C. Chesser and Inst-. and T urge you to do all you and the confidence you expressed -
I News of Florida in Short Paragraphs court of record and sister of Stafford producers want strict enforcement I daughter. Nettie were visiting In can for me on and between now in me by hIM vote will f

Caldwell who was a Demo of the laws designed to protect Starke Saturday afternoon, and the 28th at the second primary. never he violated, and If I am the }

j cratic candidate for governor, died citrus fruit. These laws will be Mr. aid Mrs. Dan Boree of Jacksonville Most! cordially yours, vlrlnr In the second primary all of ,.
at a hospital today after physicians executed vigorously by me 80 longas : attended services at China Oscar Andreu. the people will receive prompt efficient
I said she apparently sutTered a I am commissioner and they are ('rove church Wednesday evening. Paid Adv. courteous and considerate i

i [L LIVE STATE NEWS heart attack and fell in the path upon the statute books. They were Miss Julia Tlaon spent Saturday service fiom me. Stand pat; and< }

of an automobile being back froma sponsored by leaders of the citrus afternoon with Mr. and Mrs J. E. .1.tI'I'Ensns: vote for Epperson for sheriff. ,

garage by her daughter. Victoria industry and reflected the wishesof Newton and family. I t'amtldiUp for Sheriff; W. J, Epperson.Paid .
hospital authorities said the car a large percentage of growers.I Miss Dorothy Dale Strickland of To the People of Bradford County:

passed over Mrs. Small, crushing shall not falter. in enforcing them.I Jacksonville Is spending the weekin I I am grateful for the splendid Adv.
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES tier chest. Her physician said she shall also continue to administer Starke with Miss Pauline Pre- ...- t .

probably fell as she attempted to all other laws' entrusted to my vail. o .r..rtir\rtirtirtirrrtirhrsrtir ryr+rr '
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... pass behind the reversed automobile hands to the best of my ability. I Miss Maggie Donnelly of Kings- j Jl 5"

K.v West-A local unit of themiied as a result of what police said wasa commit the state department of ley Lake visited Mrs. F. R. Coleman Spend Your Vacation at MIAMI

States Naval Reserve communication family fight last might Basil agriculture, during my term to at Stnrke Saturday afternoon. with that fit I IEverybody's
The Millionaire' Playground prices
service has been organ- I Burnsed, 15, told police he stabbed STATEMENT: B11.0 work wholeheartedly to protectand Mrs. Cynthia Klchey, Mr. D. D. / I
Pocketbook!
,ined,! here. Lieut. Edwin of the re- Gordon when the latter struck develop the farming Interestsof Woodard and Mrs. Jimmie were .
jejvt-, will be In command. their mother. Paul, 17, was the To the People of Florida: our great state. all visitors to St. Petersburg Sat- The world's best! golf courses with preen fees at 50c a '

---:- other brother held. A fourth From a heart full of gratitude I Nathan Mayo.BOATDRAIN urday and Sunday with Mrs. Nellie day ; Gulf Stream Fishing at lowest prices ; Free Bathing i f

I Belie r.lade_Approximately $5- brother, Jim was said by police thank the citizenship of Florida for Mitchler and family. Beaches; Three Free Band Concerts Weelky :
I worth of produce has been to have fled after taking part In the reneway of their confidence In Mrs. L. Boree and children of

noo,?', wn on the state's prison-work- the fight. me as expressed. at the ballot box Penney Farms spent Sunday In HOTEL RATES LOWEST EVEn QUOTED

ed R" farm near here and shipped to on June 7th. I would not be humanif Starke at Marion Gllsson's. Single rooms! with private bath : $1.50 and $2.00
for canning Presentation I were not especially pleased Mrs. J. Q. Gray and two grandchildren !-
naltord state prison Qulncy-- of a mem- by
,?? Miss Cherry Hurrrll' ('or. Double rooms! with private bath: $2.00 and $2.50
and Immediate use there. bership' loving cup to the S. T. the overwhelming majorities givenme of St. Petersburg are
Prices! for meals! also: in keeping with the times
Williamson camp of Spanish War in that section of the state upending: a while in Starke with !

-Contracts covering veterans, during a meeting of the where I was raised and I am best daughters. Mrs. Mollie Harrell and
T.illnhusBee
Mrs. L. 1\[. Murrhee and three
than $300.000 worth of high- state department of the veterans' known. The victory in Marion Mrs Jimmie Allen. HOTEL LEAMINGTON '
m' 't' daughters Krankle Lou and
work In Florida were award- organization at Hollywood last county where I live; in Orange Misses We are all sorry to hear that I Il1I.IINB
ua\ Ruth Murrhee and Mrs. Peter
',nthe. state road Commission: week, was announced here. The cup county the home of my opponent; George Bowers Is sick, but hope he
Bt March have returned home after
Awarding of,three other was'given to the Quincy camp in and in Leon county, whose people, will soon be up again. : First: Street and Third Aivnue!
tOlh.( \ spending a few days at Folkston afternoon (Bring a copy of this newnrmporMth you and obtain special rateson
Chairman H. for more than eight have Frank Harrrll spent Sunday
Was left to recognition of the fact that It has years
,"01'i icts enrolled more members than other known me both personally and officially Ga.. the guests of relatives and with Herman Lee Bight-spring trips ami ticket to Miami's best theatres) I
vills -
H S. Andrews, commands my deepest friends.Mr. Rev. McGauley visited Mr. and
I'camps. George past
i-uiima" City--Twelve graduates department surgeon of the United gratitude.To I and Mrs. R. H Crawford and, Mrs. R. L. Lee and family Sunday X525' Su c5Z5' .c :}
children and Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
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.,warded bachelor of art$ de-, Spanish War veterans, was the those friends In every county _.. .
Nru Crawford at Kller- -- -
11 were graduated from, the I Williamson camp's delegate to the who championed my cause and spent Sunday Susie GliHSon visited Miss Evle i
er
bee the of Mr. and Mrs.
,Nor ""r college and 22 from the H61iywood meeting. bravely met the opposition facingin Lewis Harris.guests Woodard, Saturday night. never know how gooda
department at Bob many cases unfair conditions, I Mrs. Emma Boree of Jacksonville / r
men.chool be until \
Miss Pauline Hosier of Evergreen cigar can you
near here at the fifth owe a debt of gratitude which can valued her father Mr. Math
.11'0')( college Sebring-Billy: Belcher, 10yearold was visiting her cousin Miss .-
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commencement exercises. never be repaid.I Griffis Sunday afternoon. have smoked a : .
annual son of Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Belcher Willie :Mae Reddish Saturday af :'
Mra. Mae Hulley of Jacksonville,,
also want to express my deep .
drowned in Lake Jackson ternoon.Mr. \' '
Gainesville -- Daily weather reports while his father, unable to swim, sense of obligation to the newspa Ury Reddish of Waterouk, is spending a few days with her I WASeNOW tf'';
Creek are being broad- of the state for their fair mother, Mrs J. Norton of Stftrke.
in looked on. The lad was wading pers was visiting at the home of his Jl"!
cast by radio station WRUF at the ,.when he stepped into a deep hole. treatment. The recollection of the brother W. M. Reddish. Saturday Miss Fronla Dixon and Miss Hall tar ,, 9", y ys
fniverslty of Florida here for the generous support accorded me by of Georgia have been spending n '
: Several fishermen nearby, none of morning.Mrs. ':. SAME SIZE:
benefit of Greek sponge diversand them able to swim, also had to lookon an unsubsidized press will be Mary Reddish left Saturday week with ulster and friends MORE HAVANA
fishers working In the'Gulf of cherished as long as I live. ---------.- -- -- .
< helplessly. Hearing cries for for Brooker where she will\ 1
Jlexlt" Most of the sponge ships help, Eugene Douglas, high school My every talent and all the forceat spend several days the guest of her () c.nNbl'rl: Delightfully M B LI> c ;)'i ,

have radios. boy, responded and after several my command during the next daughter Mrs. Lillie Cone ('umlliliite fur !SheriffTo ;

Petersburg--This Is graduation dives brought the boy's body to the four years will be dedicated to the Robert and A J. Crawford spentthe the Democratic Voters of Bradford I I. Lewis Cigar .Mfg. Co., Newark N. J., Makers !4f\ ,
St surface. Attempts to revive him honest and conscientious performance week-end at underbill the County
year for the J. A. McClures : were unsuccessful. of the duties of this respon 'guest of Chnrnle Yurborough and I am so grateful to you for your GAINESVILLE; CANDY CO., Gainesville: Flo.CYLIN t I
.1,1. city Five children of Dr. I ___ _ .. __ ________,, II r
of --- --
VIIICand
r"J.icci; ; are graduatingfrom h hI

college, high scrlo.pl\ I and conservatories t ;
of music. Dr. McClure I

1 is pastor of the First Presbyterianchurch 1 1I ..

hereTallahassee. I .
'
Florida's state


than treasury SlOOlOOO:balance during dropped May, as more disbursements I "s IX ___
Ip-
exceeded receipts. The _' '
____'-.1
balance on May 31 was $4,318- 1IrSS.\\ .

83134 Comptroller-Ernest Amos 5- I

reported, as compared $4,571,572.23on ___ '" -


April 30.Jacksonville. Taking Instituted of testimony to- I D E R S I BUTERS cars.everywhere Lifting!!are: hoods.comparing Counting low- I, 1 ',

In proceedings
for : And the result? An overwhelming ,' .4
seek a writ of habeas corpus I'
verdict for the six in to of
Richard 'Qlllman alleged forger !!: preference cars

charged with having operated with fewer or more cylinders. j i;

a and of swindlers who obtained
Wl.OOO from Almours Securities "SIX CYLINDERS. No more-No level"i i ,
I
Inc got under way In Duval Circuit '" V I IH And America backs up that conviction by pur y
N D
MORE-
Court yesterday. L chasing more six-cylinder: Chevrolets-far moro I

-than other Since '
Winter Haven- -Reorganizationdetails. any type low-priced car. ) | v I

Including election of officers January 1st, buyers have chosen more t r rt

and appointment of commit- II Chevrolet Sixes than the combined total of I I R' '

ted for the operation of the Flor- JII '. all tours and all eights priced under $1000. Vy
ida Citrus Growers' Clearing House N D L E S S. )" ':.. :: a-- I

Association during the coming sea- .> '. ; Why such decisive preference? America knows
Bon, were workerd out at the first 4
<{ :, its automobiles. and America has found that [ ;
directors C
meeting of the new board of +
held here Wednesday. real economy and real smoothness can bo I I

.; combined in only one type of engine: the SIX I <

Fort Myers- -There won't be any
tarpon( tubing contest between I With more than six cylinders: you sacrifice (t "

teams from Sarasota and this city I I. America k s' Chevrolet's famous economy of gas, oil and I.'
not for ute present at least. Surahs says upkeep.

declined a Fort :Myers Invita-' ,
lion to such a tournament. The With less than six cylinders: you sacrifice built- ''

Fort Myers challenge proposed that in smoothness. 1 1r'
)
three teams from each city fish ,/ i
for three days In local waters and 't But with a six-a Chevrolet Six-nothing is s y y'i f,
'i
three days In Sarasota waters, the \. I I. sacrificed. You get everything you want. j ;
catches determining the winner. I II
'
I r You get economy-the greatest all-round;
I
Daytona Beach With new __ .. ? M' q economy available in today's motor car market. '
_
and novel features being presentedIn S I l h
both beach and mainland zonesat : You get .moofhness-the built-in smoothness I I ,;

the same time, and with boat -"
S ,that makes driving really restful and enjoyable. 3' Sr
racing and other aquatic events on 1 i
the Atlantic and Halifax river added You get power too-60 horsepower. And J' i '

the Volusla Summer Frolics of miles And I
speed-65 to 70 an hour easilyl .I
Saturday Sunday and Monday,
July 2 3 and 4, gives, promise ()flaking r". s > pick-up-a smooth, lightning-fast getaway
; from standstill 35 miles hour In less I Ii =fits
on the proportions of a twoor a to an i

thrceying circus, according to i s go got f J. than 7 seconds! 7b't
F Hu/Inker, who Inaugurated the t '
t y
summer festival eight years ago. r' dr So, when buying a new low-priced car, settle

rTallahassee r" the question of cylinders RIGHT and youAnything |

-campaign to Interest more and you can't go WRONG. "SIX CYLINDERS. No \
Floridians In the Idea .of c. "
touring Florida this summer has more-No lees 'd? ;

'been undertaken by the state ho- '' In'addition to a six- linder engine, Chevrolet ,llk 1,
tel commission. Ben II. Bostaln, sacrifice economy- k 3
-
tate hotel commissioner, has an- provides Free Wheeling; Syncro-Mesh shifting; I ;'

aounc .d that automobile tags bearIng / big,spacious Fisher bodies. Due to new reduced r
.
the Message "Tour Florida This less and ; Ada prices, you'll be money ahead buying a new
!"ummer"! anything you ,
will be distributed fre4l. I
The Chevrolet. instead of keeping the old car l i s, {
tugs will be.ln the orange and '
blue lors, and in addition to the + another season. *>.. 9

letter will\ show a small map of sacrifice smoothness.
MOTOR COMPANY +
CHEVROLET
the Ita te. f s t i,
n DETROIT, MICHIGAN
? .ntN
1*' *acola-Guy H. Wyman- veteran Division of G.n.r./ Motor.

.r the World War through
*Mc ,. AH price. f. o. b. Flint, Michigan. Special equipment I IeaU. ,
ne served as a major, shot Js
and" I* lied hill former wife, Nelle > 4S .. Low delivered price and easy O. M. A. C. terra I,,

Wyman a French war bride today. ore

wyman told officers he shot his .I' x
wrae* wife }' t a
when she came to his
noa,
this morning and pointed a
bun n his present Wife, Marjorie UP, .


It t.kite Wye F "nVyman hile They! In were France met divorced with his the a A.I I. CHEVROLET SIX 45i FLIINT. 0. B.


**-n' ago with provision that he ,,
per alimony. He married the /
Mrs. Wyman shortly after '


the Mi mi-rce-G
ert" Ji .'on Memorial hospital In a
rl
condition from knife
a un1s and two oi'bls brothers STAUKE, FLORIDA.e
an (ilL jail on Investigation charges .. --- -




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-..atnll '-ut->llM-- .. BRADFORD. _. COUNTY. TELEGRAPH, STABKE.. FLO1HDA. .. ---- .n___ ___._ -.- --- .____ _FRIDAY._ c. .JUNE. _. i. '_!yyts : !
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.. -- - ---- -- ---- - ---- ---- '
-- I was gowned In a youthful model of Alexander'' and Mr R. Rogers of term "producer" includes a refiner obtain the remaining fifty per cent, resents almost sixty per ">? "r

suede lace and wore a veil of embroidered Ocala. compounderv blender) and a dealer' twelve years In advance. This was the annual Income of th :

s p p'r tulle. She carried an arm ii" selling gasoline.exclusively to producers ,obvlpusly brought about by the States government
I
bouquet of white lilies. NEW 'FORMS OF TAXATION pf: gasoline. existing depressea conditions. That something must b..

SocieyJ Both bride and groom are popular GO INTO EFFECT TUESDAY Telegraph Telephone and Cable The unborrowed remainder of Is obvious but
what
+ young people of this commun' Messages.-On and after June 21, these certificates amounts to -thn> '\

; ity. The bride Is a graduate of (Continued from cage; one.) 1932 telephone conversation for slightly more than two and one problem of first magnitud.

r j Bradford High School and a teacher of sugars! by Weights$, sold by the which the charge- 50 cents or third billion dollars. This sum rep congress to solve.

In this county. She Is prominent manufacturer f>roiI3,?of, or Importer more, and less than $1.00, there la .
"! --- --
; BiggsGriffinVedding An In the church work of the a. tax of S cent per'gallon. a tax of 10 cents. Where the charge ---- --

Presbyterian church. 3. Upon all unfermented fruit is $1.00 or' more and less than $2.,

The groom is the son of Mr. and Juices (except grape Juice) In nat- 15 cents. Where the charge is $2,,

\ ir : Event Wednesday Afternoon Mrs R. R, Prevail and attendedthe ural or slightly concentrated form or more, 20 cents. Telephone at"dispatches ar. HEALTH in the HOMEs

Georgia-Carolina School of Intended for consumption as bev- and messages, a tax 5

-------- Commerce. He is now manager of erages with the addition of wateror per cent of the amount charged s Studies for rwi1Jes

'' A marriage of much Interest was gown of lace, with full skirt reach- the Bradford County Farmers' water and sugar and upon all thereafter. Cable and radio dispatches -

that of MtHH/ Ethel Melba Griffin Ing to the floor, the waist being Supply Company. Imitations of such! fruit Juices including and messages, 10 percent. and e5Cothers

r1 :" to Dr Erie Leslie Biggs on Wednesday marked by a Hash of pink moire They left on their honeymoonfor carbonated beverages commonly Checks,.-A tax of 2 cents on

afternoon at five o'clock at ribbon tied In a full bow at tide points along the east coast, the known as soft drinks, manufactured checks, drafts or orders for the By Dr. ERNEST II. LINES j

the First Baptist church, the Impressive back. Her hat was a pink straw, bride being attired in a most' compounded or mixed by payment of money drawn upon any Eminent. Auffcorftrv. and Chic/ Medical Director

l wd ceremony being performed her mitts pink and also her moire becoming model of Fleur blue crepe the use of concentrate, essence or bank, banker or trust company on I Nan York JUJtuuranc* Company

,,, ) by Rev. George P. Raymond. slippers. She carried a Colonial with matching accessories. They extract instead of a finished or or after June 21, 1932; the tax t t

j' "t ;d The church was a bower of bouquet finished with lace and will be at home to their many i fountain syrup sold by the manu to be paid by the maker cr draw AVERAGE AND BEST WEIGHTS

beauty decorated to give a garden, tulle.Miss I friends after June 20th, at the :. facturer, producer or importer, a er. The banks or trust companies!
,k t effect. Huge potted fern and Norma Griffin and Miss home of the bride's parents. tax of 2 cent per gallon. collecting the tax will charge the r pIEE average weights and heights, of men and women for various npi ,.

,,: quantities of various colored gladioli Cora Dyal brldelma".1wore/ I .- 4. Upon all still drinks (except amount to the depositor's, account determined by life insurance statistics, are given below. Any on.

In pedestal baskets were placed dainty! gowns of mounsellne de- M \HltI.\ R ()to' MISS Ml'K\ grape Juice) containing less than and remit the amount of the tax believes ho, or she, should put on or take off weight should consult a pliy, t,

'i'' at Intervals, white hydrangeas sol re embroidered, In small flowers "'JJlTIiNt) Mil. K. W. 1-2 of 1 percent alcohol by volume no collected to the collector of internal and be guided by his advice as to the amount to be added or reduced '"
tA ( the foods be eaten and tho rate of
1 to
'S ? $ % y bamboo and palm leaves being effectively Miss Griffin's gown being blue and VAUNKYDO S.TCUOY intended 'for consumption as beverages revenue during the month reduction.! This is 20 the lowest mortality occurs an 4g
increase or in
v used for background. hiss Dyal'a pink. The normal In the form In which sold I following: that in which the tax has those who are about 10% hen, -r

t i The bridal party advanced to the waist line was accentuated with a A quite but beautiful weddingtook (except natural or artificial mineral been collected. important than the it () weight and ,I' ge

S altar through an al le ornamented crushed satin sash anti the grace- place at the Methodist church I and table waters and imitations Boats.-On and after July 1, 1932 AVERAGE WEIGHTS OF MEN 1 60 among those who are about III"

j i with yellow gladioli tied! with ful circular skirt Veil to ankle Saturday afternoon, at 3 b'clock, thereof, 'and pure apple cider) the following tax rates will apply below the average! weight at that

white tulle, and the bride andS length Completing each frock was when Miss Myra Shirley Smith sold( by the manufacturer, produceror upon the use of yachts pleasure :i 2 N ::3 S -I"'. $o 80 that for practical purposes the ,

wt ug / f groom stood, undpr a white arch a short jacket of the same material. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W 1'". I Importer, a tax of 2 cents per boats, power boats, sailing boats' tJ; j $ ,:1" weight for all persons betWO\I g'

A s''f' covered with trailing vines And Much: bridesmaid wore a hat of Smith and Mr. Felton Wayne gallon. and motor boats with fixed or outboard -2" m 126 too m rn :i7 Ins 20 and age 60.s about the sail ,.

dainty blo8f oms. The artistic dec Chippendale straw and their mitts I Varneydo of Jacksonvlle, were I 5. Uponmineral all 'nafural' or artificial engines not used exclusivelyfor 5 8 1211 120 133 135 13" 140 141 the average weight at age 40.1.1.g .

oration was the work of Mrs. Q. A and slippers mulched the color of united In marriage. waters or table waters trade, fishing or national defense g = : :i32 125 g3 135 140 m m m m over, the. difference between) '

t Knight, Mrs. G C. White, Mrs. FIf their dresses. They carried Colonial Gorgeous pink and white gladioli whether carbonated or not and all : 5 6 IM\\ 14I 144 145 1 1411 1M 16" average weights of men and of w''' "

,r. Flume John Powell and Mrs. II. bouquets of blue hydrangeasand arranged In pedestal baskets, imitations thereof, sold by the producer '(1)) Length over 28 feet and not g = 7 8 t 144 4o m :152 Its m 1 155 fi 3 gg m of the same height at the varioll> w

fl } B. McLendon pink rosebuds. and also baskets of radiance roses bottler or Importer thereofin over 50 feet, $10. F 9 1+8 11I3 1611 160 168 1M lilt is so slIght that we may accel',
; were used to decorate the chancelof ((2)) 2 Length over 50 feet and 510 1412 m tat:: m 105 g8 m :near enough for practical pun: ,'ti
1"r Before the entrance of the bridal The bride Is the daughter of Mrs. bottles or other closed containers 5ii 160 ION 174 the following table of best >
musical Lila Griffin and the late O. the church. at over 12,1-2 cents gallon, not over 100 feet, $40. 6 0 161 167 172 176 1HO 1"2"' IRt: w' IIII"; "
party there was a lovely Dyal per 1 Ian 415 152 155 too men anti women for nil lwt\ ,
ages s 'i.
1 mifi program, with Mrs H. V. Knight as J. Griffin. She Is a graduate of the The wedding march by Mendels- a tax of 2 cents per gallon. ((3)) Length over 100 feet and not .: = 2 171 m 154 150 Ir, 195 197 20 and 60.
ago ago
pianist Mrs. A. Z. Adkins sang Bradford County High School and shon, from "Midsummer Night 6. Upon all finished and fountain over 150 feet, $100. II 3 170 1St 100 193 200 202 204

Dream", was played by Mrs. M. kinds ((4)) Length over 150 feet and not TABLE OF BEST WEIaIlT
I4"A Birthday" (Cowan) and "At has taught several years In the syrups of the ] used In
li attractive H. Smith of Miami, a friend of the manufacturing compounding and over 200 feet, $150. AVERAGE WEIGHTS OF WOMEN .
j Dawning" (Cadman). Mrs. R. J. local school; an young 4'1/ 8. .
David and Mr. John Powell sang woman, and'popular with a large bride and groom. The bride was mixing drinks, commonly knownas ((5)) Length over' 200 feet, $200. 4-10...... ..115 /110I

as a duet "The Sweetest Story) circle of friends. Dr. Biggs la a given In marriage by her father, soft drinks,,.,,sold by.the manu Deeds, Etc.-A tax is imposed :I !''I fl S l:! S S.". //I 0 ........125 6 0 ,rsa

M5, t 'e Ever Told" (Stults). As a processional well known and prominent physician Mr. W. P. Smith. Mrs. Gordon facturer, producer or Importer, a upon these documents'' effective = J .n .,5--2.6-4.::::::::tlo 130 6-4.6-2. u

pS Mrs. Knight played Lob.i in this section of the )atnte Hall, matron of honor, proceededthe tax of C cents, per gallon except June 21, 1932 where the consideration ;;= ;; i3 rn m2 2iiI/ II .......,t4s1o
bride and her father to the al- 110 119 _ _ _ _
at the time of sale exceeds
_i N ,4 engren'swedding march and as a Immediately after the ceremony that in the case of any such syrups 4 -11 11:1: 11& 11.. 121 12/1/ 12''" 131
recessional Mendelssohn's nuptial tar. Mr. J. C. Bridges, being best intended to be used< in the manu- $100 and does not exceed $500, 50 6 0 114 117 120 123 127 130 133
y, there was an Informal reception at a 1 116 119 122 1211 129 132 1311
I ', music. the home of the bride's mother, man, accompanied the groom and facture of carbonated' beveragessold cents 'and for each'additional $500or : = : g m m g m g 138 QUEST10NSt
met the bride at the altar where : fraction 50 cents. 141
The bride had aa her matron ot''honor. where the wedding gifts were view in bo.tqes,9r"otherC1osJd| containers thereof, 5 4 12/1/ 12" tat 134 13R 141 144 All wives and mothers should

f yl'a1 Mrs. Eugene W. Griffin of ed by the guests.. the Impressive ring ceremony was I. the rat, shall! be 5 cents Lubricating Oils.:-There Is Imposed g ::: 9 a 125 135 m It 135 142 141 146 1:3: 152 145 be able to answer theM questions
performed the Rev. W. F. Jones.
by per gallon. Any: conductinga upon lubricating'oils sold by 146 1110 11I3 1111\ s. Should ) reduce without
Jacksonville and "a* bridesmaids Dr. and Mrs. Biggs left by mo- )?person //I 7 1311 1311 2 pnl
The bride was attired in a chic soda! fountain, ice cream parloror the manufacturer, producer or Importer 140 145 1.76 154 m 161 advice of 9 I physician i. Is
'.i her cousins, Miss Norma Griffin of tor for a short honeymoon trip : = : 143 m 150 1M 155 156
Iw Waycross, Ga., and Miss' Cora Dyalof down the East Coast. They will ensemble suit of sandee colored other similar; place of business a tax of 4 cents a gallon. 5 -10 1 147 161 1114 1&7 161 164 1110 average weight the best weight

Jacksonville. Dr. Biggs had, as return Monday and will be at hometo Chiffon, with accessories to match, manufacturing syrups of the kinds The commissioner! of internal II -11 161 1114 167 160 1M 1&1 173 at all ages" 3. At age 201 At
and her corsage was of Talisman revenue D. C. has 401 At 60.,
his best man' Mr. D A. Montleth, their friends at thelt'residenceon just described, there shall be levies Washington, age age

''' hi ; and the bride was given in marriage North Walnut street. roses and Queen Ann's lace. assessed, collected and paid on advised that the necessary forma DEBT WalanT ,(),,.....l.J9II, H C.44w.,
Only a few close friends and for the of the above
,, s by her brother, Mr. Owen W. Among the out-of-town guests each gallon manufactured and used reporting taxes The average!: weight Is not the best .
n as Griffin of Tampa.: Ushers: Mr. A. attending the wedding were: Miss relatives were present, those out of in the preparation of soft drinks, will be forwarded In the very near weight at all ages./: At ago: 40 the This ia the IOIH oj a series of \\'i:

II. Harley, Jr.,' and Mr. W. E. To- Ruby Dyal of Tampa, Mr. and Mrs.A. town being, Mr. and Mrs. T. W a tax of 6 cents per gallon. Anyperson future at which time they will be average weight; correspontN very article on Health in the Home Ti<

al p rode. Junior usher: E. Leslie C.' Griffin and A. C. Griffin. Rawls and Marcus Rawls, of High manufacturing carbonated forwarded to the taxpayers. However nearly with the best weight, at uge 11th/ will lit Springs; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. beverages! manufactures and any person or persons Includ- _. .
uses ,
7' d Biggs, Jr, Little Miss Margaret Jr., of Waycross Ga.; Mrs. L. Dyal -
Bridges, Erie and Ann Bridges, Mr. such in the ing corporations who do not receive .
dressed any any syrup manu-
4, Forehand of Albany, Ga., Mrs. Horace Graham, Mrs. William
1 and Mrs. Donald Hall, Mrs. Gordon facture of carbonated I proper forms during the
t. in a quaint Colonial costume of Mlzelle. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Griffin beverages
S Slappey,. C. R. Wanamakerthe I sold in bottles or other closed con- month of) July, 1930, for the 90lD.to play iJridgeAUCTION
pink organdy, acted aa flower girl Mrs. J. S. Alexander, Miss '
Rev and Mrs F. W. Cramer, Eld- tainers there shall be levied pose/ of reporting their tax for .
while Bobble Biggs, attired in a tone Alexander, Eugene W. Griffin as- pur./I
a white linen suit carried the ring of Jacksonville, Owen W. Griffin redge Smith, all of Jacksonville, seated, and collected, a tax of 5I period June 21,, to June 31,
/
x Mrs. M. II. Jones of Miami. At- cents gallon. I inclusive, should communicate (lilt
In the heart of an Easter Illy. per
of Mrs. J. F. KlckUter.I
Tampa/ ,
; :
tending from Starke were: Mr. and I, 7, Upon 'aH; Carbonic acid gas the collector of internal revenue, at
The bride wore a neml-formal
Jr. of Jacksonville Mrs. Mae I
: CONTRACTby
Mrs. W. P. Smith W. P. Smith Jr.
Jacksonville Florida.
sold the ,
i p,, gown of rose beige crepe and Yen I Wells, Mr,' and MM.! ''W. G. Blgga, Mrs W. F, Jones, and Edith Jones py manufacturer\ produceror -. .--.
importer or' a dealer in such I
Ice lace, a Chancel/ model, with by?
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill, Mr. and
The bride and left
matching accessories, and carried groom by motor gas to a manufacturer of any car- : THE SOLDIERS': BONUS by Ferguson
) Mrs. W E. Torode and Mrs. Kffl for Waynesvile, N, C., and after bonated beverages or to -- :
bridal bouquet of orchids and any per F
1 a Miner of Lawtey; Mra. Gilchrist, their bridal tour they will returnto Author,of 'PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE
soda fountain ice
,4 i t ; lilies of the valley. son conducting a From all parts of America,
of Brunswick, da.; Mrs. W. T. Jacksonville where they will cream parlor or other similar placeof thousands of World War Veterans, -
Griffin cousinof
Mrs.' Eugene W '
the bride and matron of honor, Jackson, of Baconton,,Ga, Mrs. D. make their home. Mr. Varneydoholds business and upon all carbonic Jobless, are advancing on Washington Copyright, mi, b, Boyle, Jr.
a responsible position with acid gas used by the manufacturer, to force to come' to
Forehand of Ga. congress
t' wan gowned In an apple-green C Albany, A
ej --- --.- __- _-- -+-----'- ,-.-rtifrer. Beck and Gregg Hardware Co, producer or Importer in the prep their aid. One one hand they'are ARTICLE No. 32

a ,,' y \VOt>U.MK.V'. CIUCLKHANCJL'ET A. Z. Adkins Mrs. O. L. Beasley, and has the been with this companyfor aration of soft drinks, a tax, of 4 condemned as panhandlers, beg. One important point about Auction it. Td illustrate: at a void score don't
four Mrs:
} ,- S Mrs J. C. Robinson and Mrs.! C.'t-A past years. cents per pound, with congress and the administra and Contract that most players overlook overbid your hand if game ill in no

I Knight.: ?, '!Io1" Varneydo Is in the clerical office Electrical Energy.-A tax equivalent lion blamed for neglecting Amer- is that when you bid, you are danger on the other hand if game ain
', Tile most successful meeting of The club adjourned
t ; the year WaR held by members of summer vacation, which'will last and has held this position paid on) or after June 21, 1932, for The veterans, piloted by powerful auction and, the privilege of playing bid. Take no chances of being doubled

ag the .woodmen Circle of Starke until the second Wednesday in October for the past. three years. electrical energy-for domestic or organizations, base their claimson the hand is what you are bidding for. unless the penalty that you may incur
Once that point is firmly fixed in your is more than offset by the game saved.(
t Grove No. 278,' Tuesday evening ) i*" CLlftS commercial consumption is to be this: mind, let bidding mean Theodd.arealwapsagamsttherash
/ BK1DGR MEETS )your
R when a covered dish banquet was i-". i ". paid by the person paying >(or such In 1921 an act was passed, giv- thing, let ,it be backed by commonsense bidder unless he follows the rule just
enjoyed by' approximately fifty MISS ETIIEL GKIFM.VIIONOKRI baskets** # electrical energy and to be collected ing every veteran who served and good judgment. If you attend given. On the other hand, don't allow
members. ) Lovely radiance roses In by' the vendor. The tax will be than 60 bonus an auction sale, you go with the idea of the risk of losing a trick or so to keep
more days a fig.
S } Mrs., Mae .Green, presided over and wall vases were prettily ar- payable by the.(,vendor to the collector ured at the rate of $1.00 a day forborne getting something for your money and you from bidding! when game is inS
ranged about the with that end have the
large view exercisegood danger. Then proper
living room in you you
i f; the business session. Three candidates The circles of the Baptist W. M. of Inter ..al, revenue In the service, and $1.25 a day for
In the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. judgment. angle and with any proper justification
were Initiated and receivedthe S, entertained at tho pnstorium( Demorest when month( following the preceding overseas. This bonus was IssuedIn 'The same business judgment should "Let there be bidding.

tltgree! 'of, the order. The Monday afternoon at four (o'clockIn they Saturday night, month' in which) the tax waa col certificate form maturing in be applied to the games of Auction and The following hand illustrates 'ho

Starke Guards,I conducting the honor of Miss Ethel Griffin, delightfully entertained mem- lected. 1945. Contract, and you will soon get the value of the shutout bid eitheII, ,
S beautiful Initiatory cervices to per bride-elect. bers of their club at contract 'Gasoline good result Don't make wild bids or Auction or at Contract when pn uriy
4r bridge. .-A tax-of I cent a gal Last year, the veterans were per take chances unless the angle warrants used:
fection.. Gladioli and ferns were, ,the Five progressions of the lon Is Imposed.upon all importersand mitted to "borrow" up to fifty per

Miss Evelyn Stump sang two flowers used in decorating the low- were enjoyeJl and the game producers ,of gasoline. The cent of th/lr bonus, or an average a Hearts- Q, J 10,8,6,5, 2

.; ,, selections:, "Since; I': KU sell You( ,'' or floor of the home where the Mrs. C. A. made scores added. term. ."gasoline" means gasoline, of $500 to be paid back at four Clubs:" K, 10, 8., 4,2

!' and "'A Garden of Carnations" guests were pleasantly entertained. he: ladles and Knight high for benzol and any other liquid, the and one-half percent interest. Few Diamonds- 7
Mr.
J. C. Robinson ,
.Arter the business meeting the Receiving were Mrs. G. P. Ray cored for chief use of which Is as a fuel for have Paid that, as might be .ex Spadesnono
members were Boated at a large mond, Mrs. C. A. Knight and Mist high the men.- Each the ,propulsion of motor vehicles, I pected.' Hearts -A, K, 7,4,3 Hearts-none
Clubs-3 Y
were given prizes. : : Clubs6,5DiamondsQ,2
table! .beautifully) decorated in Pearl- Jordan. At the motor boats or aeroplanes. The The commotion at present la to : A B : Diamonds- rCJ, 10 '" 11

spring lowers and all enjoyed, the I A delightful program was rendered hostess served close of a the tempting evening salad the -- ---_ __._ __ ____ __u___.__ Spades-A, Q, J, 7,4 t Z : Spades-K, 10,9,8, -
delicious food.served Toasts and as follows: I .
7 p epee hes were enjoyed throughout : Vocal solo, "Indian Love Call" course to the following players: Hearts-9ClubBA
Mr. and Mrs.! H. .C, Wall, Mr and Q. J 9,7
the evening.J( (Frlml-Mrs. A. Z: Adkins, accompanist ,
Mrs. C. A. NINTH( Diamonds A 9 6 5
; 4- Mrs. II V. Knight. Knight, JUdge.and Mrs REVIVAL ,
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A. Z. Adkins and Mr. and .Mrs. J. Spades 6, 5, 3
Reading, "Back Seat Flying"KlngMlss
JUNE MEETING OFWOU.N'S C. Robinson, Mr. and Mra 'W. M
( ) Marjorie {$Stump.' No score,first game. V dealt and bid In case of a three-spade bid by, B at
S : CIA'11The Vocal solo, "Just Because" (Bur- Wainwright. four hearts. U had a freak hand, but Auction, A would be in 11. tcklthhardlyfeltjustifiedinbiddingeitherfour ,

lelgh--Mrs.) M. C Stith. J: Volusia. Summer Frolics position if Y should bid four hearts

rl ''meetlngTof the Woman's Reading "Sisters B.ib ?Fellow", IT. D. C. HAVE SPE. D-TIIE- ;-- ry spades or five diamonds, so passed. Z life hand is so strong in hearts th it
passed and A had no choice except to would be a great temptation to dounle,
called to order the
t; ; Club was by (Selected)-Miss Martha Brown- DAY PARTYVED.EHD ; Daytona Beach
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& double, setting V'. contract by two but a four-spade bid would be prefera
1, J>re ldent..l\Irs' N. D. Walnwrlght/ lee. "I,w 7(79? vJuly tricks. If either A or D had bid spades, ble.The bidding should indicate a freak

and after a, short business session Vocal solo, "The Wind's In the The W. T. Weeks Chapter; U. 'D. :: they could have made five odd against hand and that he, cannot hope t< .et

the, president gave a report of her South Today" (Scott)-MUs Evelyn C., will have/ their annual spend- : : 234COMPLETE my defense and a little slam if hearts the contract more than two tricks ""

:year's work. Among the outstanding Stump. the-day party next Wedneday the .' F were opened.The value of bidding four the other hand, he has a sure game n
rather than three hearts with a freak Under such conditions "
work accomplished& by the club spades.
i Vocal solo, "Sylvia" (Clay 22nd inst, at Kingsley Lake, at hand r
5 was the fountain to the of this type is well exemplified: should bid four spades, rather
5. pew memory
Speaks)-Mrs. J. D. Doyle. the cottage of Mr. and Mra. L. H. A three-heart bid would have been double.

of the late J, William Alvarez Mrs. George White In her pleas- Hill. All chapter members cordially CHANGE OF PROGRAM overbid! by B, either with diamonds or At Contract,Y should either bin 'ur

And placing attractive furnishing ing manner presented the honoree Invited to attend. Committee I 'I once and thus have given A B a heart or pass. A three-heart bid w 'J

l in the sunpartor( with a half dozen sliver tea spoonsto on arrangements: Miss Amelia \ for came. In case of any over. be very unsound.
The retiring president Mrs.Walnwl'fght ." bid, Y would certainly bid four hearts, The following hand is a good e
match her from Features
pattern, a gift Ray Mrs. O. L. Mrs. J. E.
Beasley,
the executive so why not bid it at once and have a pie of what happen to players wh 't
tlptftked he members of the three circles.. Wilson, Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mrs.J. sail better chance to shut out the spade bid? too much influenced by four aces
board and the ehtlre club
member. Miss Mary Brownlee, Miss Mar- W. Andrews. Saturday: 100 .boats in races and illuminated'water
Khip for their cooperation duringthe tha Brownlee and Miss Marjorie I Hearts-A, 8

9'' past year. At aa executive Stump assisted in serving a tempt- DINNER PARTY GIVES pageant 'and Southern champion boxing Clubs- A, 5, 4,2 -

} board meetlng'the board presented ing salad course to about fifty matches. Diamond*- A, 9,8,7.5

their retiring president with a pair guests, which membersof A affair of ades-A.6. .
composed delightful Monday evening -
Hearts- t KQ 10 Heart Q 4,3
6.5
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of solid brass
r candlesticks, as a I
55, token of for her club the circles and visitors. was a dinner party-given by Sunday; ,Statewide inter-denominational religious Clubs- K, 8 1 Y t Club-Q. J, 10.
their regard
Mr. and Mrs.! E. H. Smith at their Diamonds 4 3ipades
Q, J, 10, t A B I i Diamond*-
]..tbors.T services the boardwalk with sacred music '
l'UfV.\TT-ST.\SSnCItY: home on W. Call street Iq honor on Spades Qf : Z I 10, 7, 1
T Mrs. W E. Middleton the
new of Mr. and Mra. L. Hitchcock ;
G.
of by Florida and Georgia bands and choruses. '
ly elected president waa presented Dealer
Beauty and simplicity characterIzed Jacksonville.

ra the and gavel hire,by Walnwrlght the retiring president spoke In, Ellzatbeth the wedding of Miss Edna. A variety of garden flowers u in I II MondayY( Fourth of July parade and orations by candidates Club Hearts-J,7.2*- 9, 7,6 .
Stanibury, daughter of
colorful shades
effectively Diamonds K 6 2
arranged -
5.,*) 1 high terms of Mrs. Mlddleton's Mr. and Mrs. Otto Earl-$tatwbury, about the home'formed an attractive ', for Governor J fashion, bathing beauty i.oade K, 9,,8,,2
work In the club both as a member and! I '
Nathan Nelson Prevail, sol- !
netting for this
enjoyable burlesque contests the boardwalk brilliant '
Tar and as past-preuldcnt. Mrs. Mld\ emnlzeM' Friday morning. June occasion. Following the delicious on ; Z dealt and posted.l A bid one heart angle is against an over-bid. "

% ?; dleton then paid tribute to Mrs. 10th at the home of the bride's parents four-course dinner, dancing and children's pageant and fireworks displayon and Y correctly bid one no trump. One careful play. A can make two h
Wainwrlght's club activities, and near Starke. cards hundred aces are nearly always worth I If Y bid*two no trump and is duo
+ 1;;a $ promised to servo the club to the The rooms of the home decorated were enjoyed. I Burgoyne Island, bid of one no trump unless the hand he wilt lose his contract by two ti,
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Those invited were! Mr. and Mrs.L. ia distributed that bid war, *
$, best of her ability. i *o badly a suit If he bids three diamonds, he
i In white lilies, gladioli and rises, G. Hitchcock Mrs. E. W Hams, i is preferable. 1} and Z passed and A lose his contract by two or po
'r During the social half-hour Miss\ proved a most appropriate setting and Mr. and Mri. '/,4. Epperson I I I The South'a Most Brilliant Festival on tileU"orld's bid two heart At this. point, Y should three tricks.
Evelyn Stump accompanied by for the beautiful ring ceremony of pas and let A play the hand,either at "
Mr)
MHi .. dacksonvillei, tIIe\\ Mrs. J. L. This hand U a fin 3
Marjorie Stump, favored the which I Auction or at Contract. There i ia nochance e.examp.
was u
performed by the Rev. Peek
; Mr. and Junius '
Mrs.
Smith, Most Famous Beach good point: first don't
company with two vocal selections. Dr. In for A to make (game and therefore ,
Dainty refreshments were served mediate Lowry the presence of Im- Mrs. Irene Wills, Mr. and Mrs. N. no reason/ ( for Y to risk a big loss the angle! !In your favor;second ddiamonda.jnder

by the' following hostesses Mrs. relatives and a few friends Sternberg, Mr and Mrs..H. C. Wall, by btddinr two no trump cr three! overbid mtrel; be-: y h
: The bride, never more charming Mrs. Lamlra Murden Mrs. Jesse I ; such conditions, the ace.. :




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KUENCY-GUEEN\ er: Ottumwa; Iowa, is second, while 1 for the splendid vote given me in' The Woman's Missionary Society p, m. Saturday June 18, 1932.: In. '',! i

.- a Wetscholek bird is third and one my race for tax collector; on June of the Methodist church will! formation on changes of route] !

Mr. and Mrs. R H. Green an owned; by Whit- Feather Farm, 7U,. meet Monde,. afternoon, at three- can be had by calling at the office

Bits of noun, the approaching marrige of( Clearwater stands fourth.In I will continue) to fulfill the thirty at the church Business and of superintendent, of "chao!".

their daughter, Lorena Lucretia, tc the 4rli club contest the brda( duties of this office in the must. program nvettngq 8-10-21. A. J. GrifflN.., 9oey. ,

Mallie Jones Surrency June 19 have averaged 1J1 eggs during the efficient and courteous manner poSsible ----- -?- -
1932 Brooker Fla '\U'I'U't1 nt' 'I''30 llqtfA: MA'rloae
eight months. GaineeviUa.'rho::. handshake Tin- Unnrtl' ,'OU171ar' '' KnuaII*..!... .tHni'lfoiil ,
l call'.lConcernn Sincerely yours, down; injAKhua. county are all ''ninily.,Florida I will marl;
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KLOK1DV 4-H WINNFRSATTENDINU : Carl A Knight.To and nt th<* nun Itottnif In, 1h* vtvrk ef ,t tft.
worn !; from shaking hands .. .
r\1 i> mi Mniidnv\ : .lh. 4tli ittiv" of fitly, r '
MILE NATIONAL so are 'j t.: Leslie Arnow aad R F A. l> I9.1 Z. HH n ',nart'! nfwMnallR.rM, l ,

Our People, Business and I 2 CLfB CAMP'THIS WEEK the Voters: Long who ran for tax collector In l I'm fin'lnlitn' tho' and,pa11)050 ii'tvUlnir of 1! hour tfwtlnwny I II UK mml n*- I r

P. P. Drklr, ('or. I take this method of express- the Democratic ilmary Unofficial tii thonltiti' of Coy |,tti' pprtv, real' alt J
Progres of the County and Town. Florida's representatives t6 the; Ing my thanks, and gratitude to tabulations from Tuesday' IHIMItmtl 01, .IlltlOtl I MM flXPtl bY tflflIHK 't ,
i IIHHUHKOI, far the year lea:, '
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J. W. Galney and son' Dave returned National 4-H club camp held in those who supported me In the re- election bestowed upon Arnow the iiwAltiNi' tho owiitfr or auroitt of such i

I ti their home at Kisslm- Washington D. C., ,June 15-21. left cent election. Although defeated' honor of running against F. M. in'on.'i''ty, 'I'l
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tasar7K7oS7SxctsatMr T. u r.Nt'iHiiit.rrimlrmnn ,
e&loa: == here this p
mee Saturday. early week( and will return I assure, my supporters that I am Kelley;: high count man, In the second i of ttnnril, of I I'ininlv '_/0 ,.

\S'E:.1TJIEIt REPORTConuded r. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin, N., Mrs Mabel Scott of Leesburg, late next week. ready at any time to be of any service primary. Long extended congratulations (PntmiilMHloncii. of Dtnilfotil. County, ." ,
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-- T. and Toramie Rltch spent Sun attended the funeral of her father, Two girls !and two boys made the to them. : and the usual handshaking KloililnttUHt.\ : l ,'. .,

by Starke Branch U. day at Daytona Beach with Mrs.E. Mfr Will Carlton Thursday of last trip. The girls were Martha R A. Newsom. followed. Yesterday official <1 1V. .\I.Il,, nMAN. J J.:

Department. .M.: Johns. week. Brlese, Escambla county, and Ruth returns showed an error in Clerk and Aiullloi.. r 'I r
.'try fl.17-11-7\_\ .
,.k ending June 14, 1932. Marshall Scott and Cecil Drawdyof Ansley, Marlon county, and they To the Voters of Bradford County: the county of sixty votes and! pitt. 'I '\.

f" Max. Min. Preclp.MI Gingham Be per ;)'d. Stump's. Stile Leesburg are visiting here this were accompanied by Miss Flavia I desire to express my thanks to ed Long against Kelley so Arnow \ 'Io4.1'n.10" t"I"--r: 1

Date tH 71 week. Gleason state home demonstration the voters of the county for the returned! the connmtultttlon anti\ 1'1"11 1111" ":I.I t'TIO'" j i
At n mi>..ilnn; held' on the nth day '
85 68 1,3June Mrs J. W. Anderson :and daughter Mrs. J. H. Whitehurst son James agent. The boys were Ralph vote given me at the first primaryfor the handshaking had to bo done allover of Juno.' .\. l It. I 111113, the l1t'RI"or\ 'j 1 !

lUll" ...1 91 69 Tune Llda Mae and son, Joe of Orlando and daughters, Misses Pearl and Arnnt. Santa Rosa county and Herbert nomination as county tax collector again. iMitnuv iimniiKHlonriii, ..f 'ItratlfoiilCiilllllv i t i
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90 71 ..22JUD' were recent guests of Mrs., Louise, of Florence, S. C. arrived Fritz Palm Beach county, and I am sincerely grateful for --. InwtiiM; ili'iltH. and, .|'.rii for thrti .

87 73 ..60JUD" J. W. White.Kotex Monday to visit relatives and R. W Blarklock state boys' club your confidence In my ability as MtTU'R prlnuu,'y >lt',.'linn. to. In- ,...Id oil ti).. :. ,
l II. 19331iKihut
sill ilny of .Itine. \ :
79 70 1.85: friends here. agent carried l them up in his car. shown by the number of votes polled 1 No. t I.t: IS. 1 AiiHtlii, cloikf ,

-- 69 ..3'rl 25o Stump's Sale Mrs. P. P. Dekle and son Klrke The camp is being held by the U. In my first political race. instruction It \ lilHin-luiKl, ', II. N. Norman, a miI I II
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JUD' The board of (public ,1 I M\ HiilillHti, liiMpi'etfirHrifihui .
I IlDfall for week 4.38 in. visited Rev. S. S. Proctor In Lake S. Department of Agriculture near. Carl Johns. of Bradford! County will receive I ) \'o 2'' Inrt'"an !II. flreeti: t
:Mr and Mrs. G. .W Roberts and Butler Monday the foot of Washington monu 11'10"I.l \ I. W IMwntilN I: II II. l.. wlH i iI ,
--.---- children of Lawtey, ment. The two outstanding. club To the Voters of Bradford County: bids on school bus routes until 4 I ,Wild,." II I. Noruout" iUHlU't' ''lOI'H.'
were guests
H V Knight attended court Dana Dukes, M. P. Dekle and I I'm t hut No, :H: 1.I I I. IV.'V.l<-i I'I UMl.iMi :
e..1 -vllle Monday. Monday evening of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. P. Dekle were shopping In Lake ( bays' and the two outstanding club I wish to .express to the votersof Aiulri. .oii. Ito.. ..u11 M< Itnu and 1
Jn, ,Jall1'' W S Nlhlay. Illl-vii'i I OIKI'niliui I
W. Andrews. from > state In district appreciation of :
practically,
Butler girl every my my
-- Monday. I 1 Vu t: r T
E Knight'attended court L N. Johns and family L. G the union are attending the camp. the support given me in the primary i liTk. .1..1 I J Mi, ;KliiMi.v.I: i, H,'tl'r.I.r\ .: : ,1

,oil utli i 1 l'' Butler Monday. Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Jr., return. Johnson and family Mrs. B. L. The week's program Is Jammedfull June 7th. I will at all times FLORIDA ii.I'n.lnil 111,1.1 t II No Hun r:'wv..1, Innpfi AVlllluiiiN lin, '. t'

o ert to her home in Jacksonville Duke and Mrs Brady Keerce attended with talks by prominent men, look to the boat interest of the Il9snu.er. l.iitlifrHtt4irHoii.. I 1'1..1.l J

Dress :shlrti 49r'Stump's Sale. Wednesday after a visit here with I services at Brooker Satur visits to the department's laboratories tax payers of the county. Again THEATRE 1'ipclnoio, and I Leo. U I'Hikrr;: Jnltu I. \ lnnitctoi iiiilnlun| :' v,

Mrs. H. C. Wall. I day evening livestock barns, and field experiments thanking you I am.Faithfully, ,'Ii..'k: U'1111.' Hwln.IlM. I'Iev.lnluj.. 1| "I i
-- and to other points yours, GAINESViLLE FLA. HiillUnn unit .1. H 1 mini. Jy, lnnp' ''u- ,(
M flay Colley and Rex Rob. L. N Johns and B. L. Dukes were lornI'loilnct, 'I
fmson Saturday in Lake City ', Mrs. E. B. Jelks, who has been attending to business in Lake But around the capital city. L. L. Conner No 7: Hlnffonl: K flown, \
.|I'nl visiting her daughter, Mrs. T. B. ler Saturday. -.- 'ito
md- -Mrs.--"R. F. Demorest Massle, left Tuesday for her homeIn L. T. Dyer was a professional SarasotaShepard Lumber Co. To the Voters of Bradford County: TODAY nod a: K: 'I'ontllu.Nit:: :(.",,Alvlll:InniifiloiMIMi'rlilil ('li::ltlollltrlvik ) Ii$ '?) I

Mi Quitman Ga. moved to larger quarters formerly I wish to thank the voters of my N 1 N.! HII Klei.' II II, luillliut 1
wen ; ,tors i in Jacksonville Tues- visitor here Tuesday l Howard Lumber Crfhi- jui.r.iwo i ,mil, II 11 i'iii4hy, liiMiit loin, r t. lI
I occupied by and ;: ;
for the vote \
-- school district!
R. J. Andrews was attending I I' MH.Itim.t I ; ( '
Jai Mrs. E. M. Johns anct daughter in Lake Butler 'Monday.R. pany. support given me on Juno! 7, 1032: In7S 'hairiniiii, 1I..r, ('i>nnfy,,, '.
court
\ Ol) ItKSIKK: : MYo"SAT'CJltDAY ''ununhlunors.' ,
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Gloria, returned Wednesday from The district! has been nice to mo in j, I
of Jacklsonllc E. Parrlsh called on D. J O. '
Alvarez '
Dorothy \\ ,
alts Daytona Beach where they had CARDS or TIIVNKS I the past for which I shall ever be (1. ArIISIM{ ,\N ,. S j;:
is. the guest of her cousin, Green Sunday afternoon. FROM: ('\MM11\TKS' ': .'li-ilc. 1 to llimi''l. U, l 10.8 Jl '
| i R Boring. spent several weeks. P P. Dekle called on B. L. Duke grateful and I am askingfor my "'I'll Yo WKT': I'.11t.1UK"With f--- -,' E "i iI
Mrs ir 'f,1I
afternoon. successor the support In his administration -
Sunday To the voters of Bradford County: I
Sale. Stump's big mile goes on-biff-/ Howard spent Sunday that' is necessary to : iirsiovnouorii !
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Men's O\erall' 49c stump: Gainey It Is with great pleasure and i I C
(gent values ever offered to the pub- with Julian Dekle.Pentacostal his success. Thanking you, I am \' .IOKIN )

Reconditioned Refrigerators at lic. services were held at gratification that I take this op- Your Sincerely, NK1K: VMIMOV:\ t ''I'I4i 'Ij 'Ir
portunity to thank my friends andvoters
H. D.
Smith's Garage. the home of Will Hodge Sunday af May
(attractive prices. of the .
county-who supportedme
Mr. Gerald Middleton returned ternoon. MONDAY & TUESDAY

6-10-21. \ home Wednesday after spending Mrs. Lillian Dekle called on Mesdames In my race for county Judge. To the Democratic Voters of the "ATTOUNEV F'Ol UDKI'KNSK Till': 4i {l l1cj

several days in Jacksonville with You may rest assured! that your 15th Senatorial District;: : ':
Mrs. H. C, Wall and Mrs. W. J. B. L. and D. L. Duke Satur and conflldcnce '-
in his brother Mr. E. L. Middleton. support your in mearp I wish to express my thanks', WltlKdllillllil
Epperson Jr., spent Monday day. \ and thatI
I Mr. Anderson Mr. Thomas and greatly appreciated; those who were so loyal to my : I-<>wi', ('alit i Mallets ('mn.

Jacksonville Miss Isabel Fersandez and Miss Miss Nellie Townsend of Cootet will endeavor to make the county candidacy for the office of state mlnlt'4'I'n' : llrrnt M

Alice Fernandez are attending Just as good and efficient county senator.:. I am grateful for the
Mrs. E H Smith and Mrs. E. W. Pond were here Monday.
Jacksonville summer school at the F." S. C. W. Judge as possible. vote that I received and I I sincerely WKDNKSDAY"NKW
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Harris were visitors E. K:: OI.I1"
Perryman.To
Mill
at Tallahassee. thank each and everyone of you MOUXI.H

Tuesday that voted for me. With) :
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HIGHLAND the Citizens ofr Bradford. :. UIltcl.ItF.'r +Illt I !
UUIU'Jt'I'H":
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1\ll'n'lI Socks 5c Stump's Sale. Sincerely yours
pr.
I. .Broadcloth\ and prints ;jd Hide,, County: ; I'KHHVCOMING :
Hal Y. Maines. :\
Mra. Trunk llloHn, Cor.
110c! Stump's Sale. I Wish to to citizensof
the
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.. Members. of Circle No. 1 of the express ..
-- Baptist W. S. S. are requested to Bradford(! county, my appreciation To the Voters of Bradford Voters, :
Wilson Hendricks of Gainesville,, Master Marlon McCormick arrived of the confidence they haveIn KAY KNIS
meet at the home of Mrs. J. II I wish to thank all those who :
I spent several day this week with here Thursday of last weekto In 6
to the school
ability manage'
my 7th, and If 11'
Hundley Monday afternoon at voted for me on Jime/ I@
[ Eldredge Robinson. spend his summer vacation ut alfairs of our county also their estimation be of service to "AlKKKT' ': : OK UOMKN": ':
3.30: o'clock. Important businessto at anytime I can .
the home of his grandfather, F. M. of me as a citizen as la command ,
Or D. C Forehand of Albany,, be transacted. you Just me. $
Crews. shown by tho splendid! majority I' II. B. Wiggins.
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Ga, will spend this week-end in 'a
Mr and Mrs. M. Carter were they gave me over two worthy op
those attending the summer -
Starke with relatives. Among shopping in Jacksonville Wednesday ..
ponents.
school at the University in
--'--- and Saturday of last week I earnestly ask every citizen of '

Miss Man Branlee spent Sunday Gainesville are: Mrs. Herbert Hart, Miss Maggie Crews spent Sun- Bradford county td'joln; with me
Mrs. N. D. Wainwii ht, Jr., Mrs.
: In Jacksonville' with. her slate day In Starke with relatives. and the other officials of this county Trade
R. Boree, Miss Eunice Perkins and f
Mrs M. C Stith.
Little Miss Dorothy Crews of In making of It the leading county ,
Hazel Adkins.
Miss Starke is spending a few days here of the state; flzo and valuation 1iViCR0CERY

Mrs D. E Knight was the guest at the home ol' her. grandfather, considered. We believe that with your tires that s-I-I-p I j'
! of Dr and Mrs J. E. Mains in Humming Bird Hone, all new
F. M. Crews.
the support that I know the board
Lake Butler summer shades 79c, Stump's Sale. for tires that GRIP 1
recently. Frank Bloss and
Mr. and Mrs. and I will receive from the publicthe .
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--- children spent Sunday in Brooker schools of Bradford county will '
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Mrs. W. P. Jackson Of Baconton New 1932 I' ,
Mr and
and Mrs. N. Sternberg and
Forehand' with Mrs Bloss parents, Mr. rank in the forefront.. Again ; '
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family have moved to KingsleyLake Ga., Mrs. D. C. '
Mrs. Oscar waters. thanking each and] every citizen bf GOODYEARAllWeather : ,
daughter Margaret of Albany, Ga.,
for the summer. Mrs. M. Carter and children and Bradford county, I beg to remain,
arrived Tuesday and are spending 'J'' \
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Mrs. George Wilkinson and children Your for Service,
this week with Mr. and Mrs. D.
Typewriter ribbons and carbon ,
I
were shopping In Lawtey A. J. Grlffls. !
I paper for sale at the Telegraph office P. Carpenter. Saturday afternoon. Supertwlst Cord Tires \\1 1 n

,. Mr and Mrs. Geo. Wilkinson and To the Voters of the 15th Senatorial at 'ii I!
Mrs. L. B. Epperson and grandson '
children motored over to Brooker District of Union and History's Lowest Cost i
Mr and Mrs. E. S. Mathews and i A. J. Lewis of Bartow, were Bradford
Sunday. Counties:
I Mrs H B McLenJon were visitors guests p.t the home of Mr. and The home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvle I ,wish to thank the voters for
I In Mrs J. M Brownlee Friday and Save
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Jacksonville ,
Tuesday.A '
Moseley\ was completely destroyedby the' respect and confidence nhown I Ii.

Saturday., fire here Wednesday. me on June 7th',' and' assure you I

7. Adkins, Jr., has returnedfrom Mr:. Elate Griff spent the weekin will work for the,'Interest of both
Jacksonville where he visited Simplicity' riittrrna ISc at Lawtey with his mother. counties. "*';" S ;

his aunt Mrs. J. L. Wilkes. I I Stump's. Dr. J. M. Mann. Location llelwccn Hank and I'oslolTice I. ..

TRIBUTE OF RF.\IF.\IUlC.\.CE! : -- t

Miss Madge Middleton and Miss Mr*. C. C. Hoppe has returned TO' MOTIIBIIThe To the Voters of District No. 3: .. IIEREIj! ./;
Hazel her home in Tampa after a visit II
to Jack-
Middleton motored
I wish to extend to each and ,
onvillc Sunday afternoon. here with her sister Mrs. O. L. lines In lovingl'ememberance Sliced Itrcakfaitt New I )
following are
everyone of you my sincere thanks' Ge"rFw t" tiII. k ,

Beasley. Mrs. Bcasley accompanied to our dear mother for your support on June 7th'andwill I :: Low "' : (II.I .. '9

Mrs L A. Weekly and sons L. Mrs. Hoppe and will, spend several and grandmother, Mrs. Anna G. assure you that it Is my aim Bacon lb. 'f' t. t

A. Jr and Milton of Ocala, spent days In Tampa. Murrhee who departed this life a i and purpose to render such serviceas pounds .52c Prices Cash. 1'rk* f
Sundav with Mrs. E. W of June: _----- / I t
Hayes.Mr year ago on the 18th will cause you to feel glad that ,
Mrs. J. C. Robinson, Mrs. Lillie I Catsup, small 5c "
supported me. I solicit the co- f$49 I
your TKUELOVE2t ei 1 1I
M C. Stith and children of S. Lewis Miss Vera Claire Rob- "Mother, thou art gone to rest; operation of all the people of said I,

Jacksonville, are guests of her par- inson, Lester Price Robinson, Jas. We will toot weep'torthee.. district as well as those of the Pickles, (}I. -_ /5c Ibs' SSe EACH i 1'

rots :Mr and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. i Lewis and Granville K. Lewis, Jr. For thou art now where oft on county to help me to accomplishthe __ 'In PsirS J I F

: spent Friday in Jacksonville. : earth' best results for all concerned. Mustard Qt. 15c WhiteBACON 1'r '
,
Typewriter ribbuns and carbon Thy spirit longed to be. Mallory Thomas. _: "_ ._:. Kent Grade 2914.40-21 ,
Paper for sale at the Telegraph of Boys Overalls 390 Stump's Sale. .TUBE*** i
liar 2 tbs. 15c I.ATEs'r 4
lice Fig
e Mother, thou art gone to rest; To My Many Friends: __. __. : ,
Mrs.
Mrs. and
Mrs. P. E. Canova LIFETIME GUARANTEED
Thy tolls and cares are o'er I wish toLfvprvqi! my sincere appreclathMt.fort'thf -
William Duncan has accepted a P. E. Canova. Jr, and eon, and And sorrow pain and suffering : splendid vote Pcacheit-2 can lie GOODYEARSPEEDWAY .I ''

:
Powell spent Sundayat Pound6ci
Position as announcer at the state Miss Martha Shall ne'er distress you more. given me last Tuesday, alt candidate '
radio station in. Gaines- Jacksonville Beach. They were P. 2 1-2 He
WRUF t tor clerk of the circuit court Apple can t ; tr

hue ? accompanied home by' Miss Bunnie Mother thou art gone to rest; I shall try in every way to merit CASH PRICI"iruii v. a

Canova, who had been visiting relatives Thine Is an early tomb, the confidence which you haveshown' Pure Coffee, 2 Ibs. 25e 1'1'1.. ...." .
Mrs T J. Miss Annie In Jacksonville for a week. :_ LARD of In Tube* i ifr..I
Griffin But Jesus summoned you away. in'me. rub P.,. t J
Darby; Mrs; T; B. Massie and Mrs Thy Saviour called you home. SincerelyA. I
for 25c Pl
E. '- Oct. Soap, 10 1'1..40-11 33.11: .3.49 '
B (elks spent Friday. in Jack- Beautiful 8 o'clock dreiwes $1.Ocr'< J. Thomas. uC. _'_,' -- pounds 20c 29x4.5020JOx4.SO2l 5..* 3,7: .,1 ', '

ronviseRathing: at Stump's. i Mother, thou art gone to'rest; :t.Ef :I..) ...
Oct. Powder JO forSScG. 2tc
And this shall be our prayer- Fla. June 8th, 1932. / pounds 2KI4.75-I9 ....1 4.fO .41 R
Suits at Stump's Sale. reach our journey'send Starke l.t $2,7 ,29x4.75-20 ..,. 4.57 ... g
Midtueton and Miss That when we pounds '
Miss Hazel the voters of Bradford County i iI P
To
Fruit Juice can ffc 29x5.00-19 .... ...,a S... I f
Dr Mary Canova were visitors in wish to thank you for your 30x5.00-20: .... ...... ...41 ,
'
H, B. McLendon is spending Gainesville Tuesday.Mr. Thy glory WB may share. loyal support. I shall be a good {Whole Grain Blue .llxf.00-21 S.13 4A0 1.1. r i HilU

two eeks at Carlisle Barracks, and Mrs. J. W. Andrews. Jr., -Mr. and Mrs!A. F. Murrhee and loser. I have been signally honored T. Weenie; Peas __lOc 28x5.2- 5..' ..). .oa r', 6
Pa I'' the Officer Reserve Training Alma Murrhee. -.- ----- Hone 31x5.25-21 s... ...a S... '
and children, spent Sunday in Law. daughter, heretofore for all of which I extend' i "
'amp. .. sscl ::1.1. :I.'. ...
I *
tey with Mrs. Andrews' father Mr. sincere gratitude. Choc Sirup, can 5c
E. J. Roberts. FLOimiV TlUES NEAR P.espectfully, =- RICE[ Expertly Mounted Free t' J ii
LEAD AS!' EGO CONTEST: at
G. W Alderman.To Peanut flutter lb. We
I HIIIDS LAY" 83 PERCENT ,. Pounds l.Ct OOOD iSFD TIRFS$1 r l '"
children'wanh 5 up
and- --
GENT A % Ladle EXPERTTIKUVtl-CANIZING' :. ;** t ,

WORD dresses 690 Stump' Sale. Chipley Fla.-With Florida entries I the take Voters this method of Bradford of expressing County: Salt, 2 pkg. Sc 10 pounds 28cButter \ SPECIALS fkbtl .i

still the top the 840 birdsin '
near
COLUMN Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Martin of the sixth Florida National Egg my appreciation tf my friends for Mayonnaise, pt. 25c

WA." Jacksonville, and Mrs. Martin's turned in a 63 their support for superintendent.' Jb 20 C
1 EDTo! buy a few pieces Laying Content per defeated' I made a clan '
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Brownof to bring the Although Jelly qt. lie 'k
'ry old furniture (antiques), cent lay during May and'' wf'l' support tile ,
lea chairs dressers and other average for the eight 'successful candid ate Cheese lb.15c

P It doesn't matter wheth- the week-end. They were Brown'B accompanied 136 eggs per bird. Production fell Respectfully Ginger Ale, large We < TUNE INV J.......P.M.
Mrs.
":, IS in good repair or not. home by' 1 percent below that of April but L. H. Futch. ri Goodyear Radio Program ,r
of Mi
p *s must be reasonable If notI daughter Mra J. F. Albury the eggs averaged sllgthly larger. I i

I not Interested. Address ami. I. The leading entry Is owned by 4- I't
'
F Parker, 15 E. Adams St., W. E. Pyles, Maysvllle Ky., and To the Voters of Bradford County thanks: I DelMonte Coffee lb. 29c Open A.M. to .... P.M. I II f,
at M. Please accept my sincere I
Jarkzonvjf5. Fla. -522tt.STI''YED Reconditioned Refrigerators has 1,882 points for 1,793 eggs.
attractive prices. Smith's Garage. ,Wiescholek Jacksonville owns the for' your vote and support of June Register Motor Co. l1' I

= Y ling Jersey cow 61021. :second highest'l tttry. Marshall 7, 1932. I'HONE 103Louie's .

>tly cripple; one born broken !Farms. Mobile Ala., the third and G. M. Inman. DelMonte Asparagus can 15c

>ff If fot 'ci notify MUmi\ the fourth.A ,.
please A. H. Hall and baby Sharon ,Bally Farms, Service Station .
Starke Telehpoae: Co. lt. Mrs.returned home Tuesday after Pyles bird Is the leading Individual To the Voters of Bradford County: PHONE 83 ; r'rp

fuR the with 215.6 points for 201 I desire to express my sincere ;
Jacksonville I
in ,
SALE Sjveet potato vines a week's visit Bradford voters 4
A bird owned by E. H. Ruck- thanks to county
at he Humphrey Farm. lt. guests of Mrs. J. L. Jackson.it.'lli eggs.



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egg production. If the pullets appear pects to buy a number of other to this l matter is to say that we
YouthI-----
to be developing too rapidly calves from several Florida dairy- cannot cry "Wolf" to the packers, of

Ii FARM NEWS SECTION additional scratch may be fed. It men for the boysVKUF I wholesalers and distributors about Quality

must be remembered that the pul- -----t misbrandIng eggs when poultrymen,

i let to stand up under heavy egg themselves do not comply with the Jazz Made It Famous

I Conducted By production must have good body + I law. It you will label your pack-

M i( weight. Additional feeds should \ FAKM; PROGRAMI age you will materially assist the

consist of greens, water, oyster .f inspectors In enforcing the law and
DVllitt
l \ L. T. County Agent "The Voice of Florida"On i I
shell charcoal, and grit. Poultrymen I cutting down on violations.Farm ,

v t MISs PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent should not neglect green feed. add! Live Stock Record.
v y 1 It is most Important. I
.jj --
fj; During the warm summer the Florida Farm'Hours from, II

Leading 4-11 Girls IOWLI'F.NUT NRKDHCAPITALIZING months the pullets should have : WRUF from noon to 12:45: : EST HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES 1 : h ( \'Z; I

In Stale Selected ; M.\UE ample shade and range. Growing each day next week the following
y INTO MANY PKOIH'CTHBy confined talks by College of Agriculture
pullets which have been
r At Club Gathering to a small area do not develop as workers. and others will be given: [Weekly from Home Demonstration
( Spuds Johnson) Specialist, Tallahassee
well as those which have range. Sat., JuneZO--Florida farm News
The lowly peanut is patient and and Hints. Farm Editorial!: Snap .
v Ellen Dlrr of Manatee county long-suffering. Nobody seems to Soil contamination must be shots. : .

t x' declared the healthiest 4-11 avoided. Birds become unthrifty .
i was get excited It brings a good priceon Mon., June 20- Summer Sheltersfor Gingered Watermelon hind
Iu club girls In Florida, and thus cap. the market or If it gets HO low and greater mortality results when Chickens-Norman R. Mehrhof. Carefully remove all green and

1 tured one of the principal contests In price that it has to rot In the birds are reared on contaminatedland. Farm Flashes to Poultry. red portions of the rind and cut
annual Girls' Club Short The birds should be kept
j; at the field. Yet everybody from clownsat Into small
or fancy
squares shapes.
Course at the State College for the ball game, or when he's free' of external and Internal para. men.Tues.
., June Kntomogenous Soak for 3 hours In lime water; for
Women la3t week. Winners In the The sites.
hungry. peanut Is an Important
Fungi for Citrus Whitefly and each pound of rind add 1 tablespoonful .
l various events were elected on Florida farm crop, and more The developing pullets should
of lime to 1 of
Scale-Dr. E. W. Berger. Farm quart wa
( their showing made throughout the effort should be made to encourage not be crowded during the summer
Question Box. ter. Freshen In clear water for 1
past year, as well ai In the competition greater use of this delicious food months.
Wed., June 22The Relation of to 2 hours, drain well, and boll I
Increased profits and greater _
$ at the short course, accordIng product.In I i
Iron and to Nutrition-Dr. rapidly for 15: minutes In a ginger
to the announcement by Miss Florida lots of peanuts are fed winter egg production are possible Copper ,
1 O. D. Abbott. Primer for Town tea made by dissolving 1 ounce of
1
when the are managedproperly
Fluvla Gleason, state home demon- to hogs every year. The hogs/{ can pullets I
i In 1 of water. Drain Ii
a Farmers. ginger quart
nl Htrallon agent do their own harvesting, and thus during the summer i
'r and Into made .
put a warm syrup
months. Thurs. June 23 Laws Govern
Dado Rave the farmer a lot of labor. 1 )
Mary Ellen Lovelace of I
from 11-2 1
1' pounds sugar, quart
county won the state dress contest. However, until quite recently pea I ing Cooperative Associations in water, and 1 pint strained ginger .1 / ,
Brooker.
M. A.
She and Miss Dlrr will get free nut-fed pork was penalized on the o'iorida-Dr. Spuds
4 LKON {()( NTV I'AKMEHHAND : tea. Cook for about 1 1-2 hoursor
c. W d ,t trips to the National Club Congress m.llake: ] because It was oily. Nearly WKLFAKK WOKKKKSPLAN' Johnson Visits the. County Agent. until transparent. Let stand I II
Frl., June 24 Summer Care of I
II
., knew that hams
In Chfcago next November an' a result everybody peanut
rind covered
over night, having
CANNING: SCIIKMK: Calves- Hamlln L. Brown. Farm I
were excellent, "hut the sr
li of their winnings. They will packers /d
lr with a syrup which when boiling
participate' in national health and' didn't want pennut-fed pork because l ---- Flashes to Dairymen. tests 220 degrees F. Arrange In L r'--:

dress contents Florida's entries of Its oillnoHB. And now the Tallahassee, Fla. The welfare I
with fasten
jars, cover syrup, tops,
i have won the health content one I. big packers have come out with problem Is practically solved In FLORIDA<; LAWSlIOfLD and process; 11 ounce jars about r t

year and, finished very near the I peanut hams wrapped In cello Leon. County where Mrs. J. G. Kel- KK OHSKUVFDItY : IS: minutes. tLZV1

ton each year nf the contest. phane transparent paper-like sub lum, county home demonstrationagent IIOMK PEOPLE

Ehd+' I In the -state health content last stance which keeps the oiliness/ of the Leon county Welfare Watermelon Rind Pickle a _

week Janie Wheeler of Jefferson the pork from being an objection.No Board, Mrs. A. O. Stephens of the in Remove all green and pink por-
Probably poultryman
&r 19 doubt this will Le-Ko Products and the every tons from 2 pounds of rind. Cut in
placed second, and Reta Canada encourage,:: a Company, Florida knows that there Is some
of hams &hlch farmers and their have desired shapes, soak for 3 hours in
third.Gwcndolyn greater use wives
d' of. Orange, peanut entered law
sort of so' called the
on
egg
lime water drain and boil for 1
are said to be to the famous into which ,
superior an arrangement #
Paterson of Leon won statute books of the state. But at /
hours until tender in fresh
Smithfield ham's of beneficial to all or wa
will
the senior posture context, and Virginia.But probably prove the same time few seem to realize
ter. Drain and with weak
(. Jimmie Kate Wamblco of Lee and the pigs are not the only concerneo<1. that this law is almost powerlessas cover 7//i1)/

l; y t Margaret Alforil of Manatee were ones who should cat Florida pea. Mrs. Helium will\ supervise the it now stands. Frequently in --and vinegar let-stand 1 cupful over to night.2 cups Discardthe water / { ) 1

l '', second and third. Among the Juniors nuts, and Florida people don't have project, Mrs. Stephens will con' the low egg price season of the -
17 In the content to get get their supply of peanuts tribute the use of her steam pres. liquid and make a syrup of 3 ////
posture Agnes year, complaint ia received by the
through hams. Parched and cupfuls vinegar, 1-2 cupful water, YiliiIllCZZIE
Vincent of Irene Bustle peanuts, sure canners canning equip-
Orange, of Market Bureau the Extension Ser
salted peanuts, and peanut prod- ment for one day a week the :5 cupfuls sugar, 1 teaspoonful: allspice
n R), and l Lynette Thompson of Gndidcn vice and other agencies that eggs rrELSoN
4 took the first three ucts are on the market, and ob- farmer will supply the produce and 1 tablespoonful cloves, 6
places. are being sold In our markets under
.I i tainable by everyone. Especially the labor, and the welfare board I ounce green ginger root. Heat the
n, Two Marion county girls, Ethel false brands. The law provides
? should peanut butter come to be a will l furnish the cans and other con syrup to 180 degrees F., and Infuse -
? :Mate Crumpton and Sarah that eggs ,produced In the
Lytle for 1 hour. And the drained
t mote staple article of food In the tainers. One week farmers (
,
proved to be the best team of 4-11.[ pantries of modern housewives. day a state: of Florida shall be labeled rind and cook gently for 2 hoursor Jm Iwtont 44 Wilbur trill*I look ryou,fliirii em Hung I kniw I that,ltuju\tlta\ / *.
will bring to the canning plant, I
sandwich makers I In the ntato. In Florida Eggs,:: provided they are not until the Is fairly thick.
syrup
Perhaps a little reduction In the .
owned by Mrs. Stephens at Chaires 1 .
;;r + the dairy contest, Hazel Smith and prices asked for salted peanuts, their fruits and vegetables, and will partially or wholly decomposed and Seal and store. / Ozzie Nelson Finds Spirit crooning has opened up a new
Elizabeth Muller of Osceola have not been in cold storage or \ ,,
county profession. Many I' '
songs. 'U
peanut butter, and such products upend 1 the day canning, receivingfor Sweet Cantaloupe Pit'Me of Young Pervades
led the field. I
processed. tweet ballads not be d,
can crow'
would result in an Increase In con- their produce and labor one- Soak one and one-half pounds of j
'
li As salad makers, Janle Wheeler Eggs,:: produced outside the state Our Music but 'If I Had a Girl' Like You, the
) sumption of these products, with half of the canned product. The rind for three hours in liTne water,
but have not been In cold most popular in the
song
and Ida storage country
Gadiulen
of Jefferson county consequent benefit to : ((2 of lime to of
peanut grow welfare board will receive for Its ounce one gallon
; + i were the leading team. For" the ers In the state. pantry, from which It will supply 1 shall tie labeled "Shipped Eggs"not water. Drain and soak In fresh New York City.-"Our music today It has Is the the warmth perfect of crooning a 'hot'long tune

beat and most original 4-H songs, of ( fresh shipped eggs.) water for one hour. Make interprets the life of the .
: needy families, the other half syrup young.In but also it has the plaintive appeal
f Escambla, Dade and (West) Hills Eggs that have been in cold storage other countries, music is more
CAKINtt FOR the canned product.. by boilingtogether one Quart of that makes it "
i I'l'LLKTH so singable
borough took first, second and for moro than 15 days shall be for the mature but In America the
water and of add
y Z'y ; third, respectively.The 1>I ItINO TUB!: HtllMMKH Mrs. Kellum expects to place 1 In labeled "Cold Storage Eggs." one pint sugar, interpretation is principally by Originally according to Mr
well-drained rind and cook
r PAYS PROFITS LITER; the welfare pantry 3000 No 2 cans Cases of eggs shall have a label rap- and. for youth." This is the ex. Nelson, jazz bands were mAd. ip

+ state council of Junior of fruits and vegetables for distribution not less than seven by seven Inches Idly for thirty minutes. Allow to pressed conviction of Ozzle Nelson of boys of high school age who had

iYl Home Demonstration Work announced Summer through the winter months stand over night. Next morningadd musical director at Glen the pep and virility and lack of
of with letters at least
the awarding of its annual management growing one Inch high one cupful sugar, one cupful Island a favored water edge restaurant restraint, together with training,
?1 scholarship! to the State College pallets will play a large part In Miss Elsie Laffitte, county home stating the classification of the vinegar and spice bag ((1 table- of (New York's elite. to go/' ahead arid hew their own

for Women to Cora Blyette of Man- determining the profits for the next demonstration agent of Gadsden eggs contained. Fresh Florida, spoonful each of cinnamon, cloves, Says Mr. Nelson: "The crude musical way.

atee county. The short course was season, declares N. R. Mehrhof, extension ounty, Is working on a similar pro Shipped, etc., and the name and : and allspice and 1-2 tablespoonfulof noises of early rhythms have been The thing for which we probably"'

attended by 416 4-II girls, 41 local poultrymaa. Improper care Ject, and will probably assist the address of the producer or packer. mace). Cook until rind Is trans toned down and now the favoritesare are most indebted to these youngsters

:I'pl leaders and 28 home demonstration care and management will reduce Gadsden welfare board and farm Eggs sold in cartons must also be parent-about one hour Cool and soft sweet tunes with roman this orchestra lender 1.<,-
the vitality and of era In the same way. tic lyrics. lieves is their in
agents. growth the stamped or have printed on the pack In small jars. Cover with the audacity stepping
J pullet so that she will not able to : carton the classification as explained strained and "No experienced singer would I ahead without precedent and riving

-.- --- -- --- ---.- produce eggs efficiently this win. !SKLL CKOTALAICIAArcadia ; REED I above together with the syrup process, have dared to croon but the irrepressible i us the kind of music thc> 'pIt.
: !
t; ter, collegiate began it blithe even though it was contrary to

I The young growing pullets Fla. Close to 60 tons producer Complete or packer.information on the Jacksonville -- During week May Ly I recause: h.? liked it and now, rule and ritual.

OVER of crotalarla seed have been sold 9-14, 4,552: : boxes fresh
\VOR/I: should be fed a balanced ration. egg law and the rules and regulations grapefruitand '='
"U This includes a good growing mash this year by the DeSoto County governing the administrationof 630 cases canned grapefruit Ocala Plans for remodelingElla Bradenton Preliminary work

NERVES and a scratch feed. The common Crotalarla Association, reports the law may be had by writing exported'to Liverpool from. this Theatre at cost of about $5- Underway for construction of pro.

practice la to alow the pullets to County Agent J. J. Heard. The Nathan Mayo commissioner of agriculture place. '100, preliminary to reopening as posed post office

eat the dry mash at all times It seed have brought the growers approximately Tallahassee. .: Tallahassee -. Bids opened for Ritz theatre, announced by Gordon DeLand J. S. Norman received

,c cs being fed In $2.000, and represent construction af $1,024 contract for construction
4g.. ll large open non-wast The reason why we are giving about 37 miles Reap, local, manager.

s ing hoppers. The scratch feed Is a little over half the crop produced ipace to this matter at this time highway in three counties during Miami Prlro Corp., granted of tubercular unit at Vo-

n fed about, twice a day, the amount by the association members. III because many complaints have recent day. charter to deal In real estate. lusla county poor farm here.

being determined by the develop Shipments have been made to been received regarding violations

ment of the birds Canada, Cuba, Mexico, and British of the law. Undoubtedly this Is L

Pullets should not be forced Into ilonduras, as well as to South true and also It has Influenced "

Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, the movement of our home pro-
Alabama Virginia, Tennessee,
duced eggs, making the market .
Pennsylvania Okalhoma Ohio, sluggish, probably some cold stor-
Michigan Illinois Misalppi, Texas,
and shipped have been
age eggs
;ai Kansas, California Montana and
old as Fresh Florida Eggs-con-
numerous points in Florida. FORD
trary to the law' and making 'it

more difficult to move our own .
lilly JKKSKV CALVES:
ggs. It seemed so evident that

thlll was going on that the department
Brooksvllle Fla.
Fortyeightfine
'X p UP TO TOW eon In "worka Jersey calves were recently of agriculture placed some

every nerve at high tension. purchased in Tennessee and found inspectors' in Jacksonville to check

No wonder yon in"P at the wit* homes with 20 4-H club boys in up.
TRUCK
and bark at the children. a We clamor for enforcement of WEEK
Si : Hernando county. They were selected -
'
Watch out! Overworked CAPITAL the law. But to secure real evidence -
punishment B. E. Law-
t+ errea may lead to by County Agent
it Sleepless that will hold in court under
+ ness, Nervous Headache, N rroos >- for Arson in At/tens ton and local bankers loaned the' the present law Is virtually Impos-
t, ;, ; Indigestion and a boat of boys'the money with which to buy sible. forbids. .
other disturbance them. Thirty-five of the calves Space going into
unpleasant Tfc law I. *rl, A.h.n.l. armor
trl why don t you try Dr. Mllea punUtuhU by dralh. IN Amrrim ......,. were registered; 16 of them were the reasons for this but sufficiento
Effervescent Nerving Tablets non !. .......1' bulls the
Lawton Get
County Agent ex- facts
.
.
ftier I.l front about
Just prlM n ruts* no vwap
one In a half glass. of th. loaf arm of lha I.... N.llon.I.) .. do.The newtransportation
,. water makes a pleasant, spark, ....-.... of p..lk... pw.r.lla. oftirUUWUtmf inspection service advises us, .. ,

ling drink delightfully soothing and Insurance .....,........ ...oil. Ia _._,... -" .. ...- "'- .... .- after checking up on stores here in
(, to COMVtcllott. .
I over-taxed
nerves.
a I Jacksonville, that they find many
Dr. Miles' Nervine U Aro may IM*ud by a trunkrimH .erking '
now
.,.. ... pmiltrvmen.are violating the law
wade In two forma-Liquid and a pyrumanfoc, or a r economyThis
Effervescent Tablet. Both hays Every .If....will be_01.In prevent dt*> ATLASThe by falling 4to place the required
toe same soothing effect. bwt.*l !I.***.. IN lh. ....nUm. oou.4tork labels on their cases and cartons. i
n .......
sr.I. k I
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I .candy or chewing gum and expect It talu UKIM good old CARTER'S LrTTUB ace. Start Its use to-day.-
(' (them to make you suddenly sweet UVERI'ILLSto..thtwopoomdaolbn. I J. ANDREWS\ Jr. Starke FJa.
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gID.\S' JCNE 17, 1932 COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKB. FIXJBIDA rAGE SEVUi! tl1b7


DVILV BIBLE THOrUHTS to set up a nation-wide program CARL> OF THANKS= r Mr. and Mrs' J, P Hammock of .',::1

for the fulfillment of thin evan Jacksonville were the guests of tier GOV.

June 11 gelistic opportunity and for the We wish to sincerely thank all parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M Horsey ROOSEVELTSAYS

) Self-Praise: Let another man transmission of the urgency of the of our friends for their kindnesses I Sunday.Mr. .

praise thee and not thine own message. during the Illness and death of our and Mrs O. C. Edwards were : j j"If J.., r

mouth; a stranger and not thine I One of the !significant! actions of loved one and for the beautiful \ the guests of Mrs J. S. Andrewsand __ ;

feet and !lips.-Proverbs 27: 2. 'the Assembly this Commissioner floral offerings sent family Sunday.Mr. we du nut really believe In .\
word is a \lamp unlo my' alight onto my prtk-Psalm 119:105.:
June 18 ,reports was the adoption of a report Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Cooper and and Mrs, W. II. Andrews our own l puny. If we repent Hi*

The richest Fruitage The fruit Social the of his brothers and Demorratlr creed with our ups,
All religious teaching doctrine : on and 4 Industrial Relations Family. were guests
or but hold 1
I ''It" lUOrilSIJl aiPSUS : creed. if they are to have any claim of the spirit Is love, joy peace, i "' as a result of which every wife, Mr. and Mrs J. A. Andrews are bypoirlles It not In It.our.... hearts do I we !

I on tht love, loyalty and devotion; of the people, must be in crevice I long suffering, gentleness, goodness 'pastor faces the obligation to lead of Lake Uutler Saturday. > but make 110 ulTuit tu no convince i>ellevo t
p of' Jesus *he ChrIst whose words fit into every fold and faith, meekness temperance; the members of his congregationIn iI ---- Miss Boots and Kreda Brown others of the 1(11111).llIelllIt.

KthThurnS'1 heart and of whom." it was said in John 7:46: ,"NEVE MAN against such there is no law.- I recognizing their Christian responsibility Hartsbttrg were guests of Minx Virginia our faith, we are coward And a hnu ,I

AKF LIKE THIS R1AN.piuior Gal. 5: 22, 23. for correcting evils In Brantley and Miss OlA Mae Andrews we have had many harsh tlunattalii I I'

of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use this de- June 19 the present social and industrial or- I :Mss* Mrglnltt Bruntlej, <' Sunday 1 about us In tlio heat, of polity I '.

I for news of church activities organization and announcefcartmrii God Will Provide: Take no der. Churches everywhere are en- : ::1' __ Mr. Ancel brown WRIt the guestof cal' rnmpulitnii' 1 our bitterest oppo f 'fh.ta '/

"PIJ.e' freely| given and no charge made-the only requirement thought, saying what shall we eat 7or. couraged to make the largest possible Mr. Jordan Brantley and Mr. never called a )Uvmaciut" a \( ,
I Irnts. hypocrite or a coward.! It I Is amoral j
It that such Items reach this office before Wednesday morning What: shall we drink, or. \ use of their plants for com Mrs. J. S. Andrews was a business Hugh Andrews Sunday.Mr. duty upon all of IH tu.pt'ead t t
be handled for current leaue.a {
?'::'",,*'!""" they cannot Wherewithal shall we be clothed? munity and neighborhood service visitor li Lake Butler Friday. and Mrs. Wesley Hersey of the Ueniuvrallu Kn pel.: I'I r\'

JJut seek ye first the kingdom ofGod In this time of need and distress. Rev. and Mrs. Kirkland and family Jacksonville were the guests of his .I

I I Israel took his journey with all and his righteousness; and The Assembly reaffirmed t its con- spent Saturday night and Sunday parents, Mr. And Mrs. J .1\!. Hersey "Poverty lu: old ese *:Vn'ot:; I

SUNDAY SCHOOL I II that he had, and came to Beer. all these things shall be added unto viction that religious liberty Is an morning with Mr. and Mrs C. Sun.I.IY. be reuiul either .a
I LESSON I sheba and offered sacrifices unto you.-Matthew 6: 31, 33. Inalienable right of all men everywhere C. Hrantley and family. Miss Freda ind Hoots Brown. or nvti<*nully: all u !link of Un.it I {
or eimiKy. Usually It U a .
, I the God of his father ]sae. And lane 20 and called upon the whole Little Doris GnlTney Is spending Misses Virginia Brantley and Ola Ivy product, of modern: In 1 nt mv.a:",..1 i
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God spake unto Israel in the visions A Safe Investment: that hath church in these difficult days to an several I days with her grandmother Mae Andrews, Mr. Ancel Brown Iifo.bib Improved. .mviil!

,I.(lit Jl'NE 19, 1932Sube of the night and said, Jacob pity upon the poor lendth unto the increased devotion to Christ and a Mrs J. M. Ilermiy. Mr. Joe and Jordan nrantley and science has Inrrauiecl! 11111'. se' -nor ,

-- Jacob 'And he said here am I I Lord; and that which he hath given larger, obedience to the terms of Miss Virginia Kirkland of Jack- Mr. Hugr Andrews all spent Sun- lIeo11t' rapid! pace" ol* inndo'ii :

I ) ,'' Jacob' the Aged Father And he said, I am God the God will he pay him again.-Prov 19; the Great Commission so that no sonville spent Saturday night an.1Sunda day afternoon at KlngHley: Lake Industry baa. proportionately' ''r! i

J Golden Text: "Honor thy father thy father; fear not to go down 17. retreat may be sounded In any mission )' morning with Miss Ruth creased the number of >-UII..'. liiiili 4which "
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Exod. 23:12.: 11M: unsought nuiploytv>
nd thy mother. Into Egypt; fcr I will there makeof Juno 21 field around the world. Hrantley. .
Omtlldiito for Tlu.lIlIf..or While the worker of .. .I.IY on lido
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Lesson Text Gen. 17. ; thee a great nation: I will go Real Peace: Wisdom's ways are The commissioner! reports that Miss Virginia Brantley was the To my Many Friends. In Bradford average muy look forward U> a i

IT; down with thee Into Egypt; and I ways 'of pleasantness and all her the General Assembly declared i guest of Miss Helen and Mae Mer- County: long'r life limit did Ida !iuiuirntti...' +

T j1Tlml' and Place: 1706 B. C.: will also surely bring thee up paths are peace.-.Proverbs 3: 17. against a referendum on the Eighteenth : sereau Tuesday afternoon. I wish to express to be moat nect'Hflurlly count mi a (
you my nppreclatlon
kershebo In Palestine, and Gosen 'I Miss Florence Merscreau the shorter period of Indumrlul' iW' ;.
lignin; and Joseph shall put his Juno. 23 Amendment and pledged itself -!I wan for the splendid vote and tu
,, In Egypt hand thine I guest of Miss Kulh Brantley Tuesday ability No; KI I'ttler tian Uy exis .
upon eyes. Shall Want No Good Thing anew to the historic position! of support given me oa June 7th.Uelng In nioilfin civilization
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I practical Truth: A son can never Between Beersheba and Goshen For the Lord God is a sun and a the Presbyterian church In opposition -I afternoon. one of the high men In tho fed, wcniout, worker who af-r,

lutgrott the duty of respect and the land was mostly a desert. God shield; the Lord will give grace to the liquor traffic. The As- There will be a revival at Saxton race for tax assessor, I will rontlnuo a life of IM>UIM |"'SI I'fl'iMl un.l uivfnl

|(nor, toward his father. again appeared to Jacob and en- and glory: no good thing will he sembly also went on record as (i j I beginning June 23. Everybody is on to the second Injury productivity! must look forward 1 fur.

I introduction: "Jacob had a couraged him. The same promises i withhold from them that walk up- pledging It undivided support for Invited to attend Please come. with tho hope that your continued lib decllnlnit years to u p i 'lorlimia.

Itormvarcer. deceiving his father had been and to I Irlgh tly. 84: 11. peace and International good I' We" are very glad to report that support will elect me your lax uaThanklnjj A modern s.ij'liil:, o nHrl-mmieiui' \ > d h .
(nil robbing his brother; Then a Isaac. elowlyeburteifaf that 23 i I we have a piano in Saxton church nivndK tt It i .' .luimuiiu unU 1 M.u.iiinlarruuginnun. :
War I and for the abolition of war. seSHor. .."
with Laban., in
i (nty-year struggle God acts we ta'usthim I No More : Nation The Assembly urged the Federalwill now.Mrs. you for your courteous .

Ulch Laban deceived him, and he will keep his promises in lift up sword against nation nelth-I Council of Churches In supplying J. S. Andrews and daughter consideration In thl.s rae and n..k- "The average!: mun u'I,11)llIn! p

J>,Ie In torn deceived and tricked the right, way. This sacrifice tu er shall they learn war any more. religious services over radio broad Juanlta, spent Friday night lug for your continued support, I Is c-or.ftmei: ; uiI *.:.i or her lUlitt 1.

.aban the dreaded return to Can. God is the last mentioned until Isaiah 2: 4. casting chains. to provide services with Mr and Mrs G. C. Edwards. am, inj tul" Ti[ "'.' ]li C'IIIII"OIl! u's

[ian and meeting Esau. Here Jacob the Israelites left Egypt. (Authority thoroughly evangelistic and positively Mr and Mrs. J. A Andrews of Cordially yours to (be place if |I'i-'vil: f.I! : 1.
fought the Lord and became a quoted by Peloubet.) I'ItEsliYTEItl.1NServices = Butler BVl eovorv.i: Hctljn: I.: t'l. .1
Lake of
Christian, and protested spent couple days Louts H Hill,
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be- t'niM we inuit,t ('I"I'iy whit troveroioent .
1, man. The death of his "And Jacob rose from Beer- I with his brother and
hanged up against the broadcasting of secular and wife Mr. Candidate for Tax, Amicssor ,'et of
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iloveJ Rachel, after a period he lost i sheba; and the sons of Israel car- Sunday. June 19, as follows advertising on the Sabbath' Day. Mrs. W. J I. Andrews. Paid Adv. (It UUHt cut CHUB: t.) *',..i." t 1 1"It

Joseph and was basely deceived by' ried Jacob their father, and their : -_.--_-__-._ ---- _-_.. .1 -- -- .
fltenof his own sons. At 130 years little ones, and their wives in the 10 a. m. Sunday school J. M. The General Assembly placed itself Is well i toru.+, to rerier.iber 1 ::1

Bf,,rage Jacob starts to Egypt on his wagons which Pharaoh had sent to Truby supt. on record as being opposed to And the Worst, is Yet to Come'THE --- AS citizens of the slats ViiH! wl.IJal yi;: pit
Blast Joseph has been all violence, lynching and lawless- rlHcnerj. lire contlne:! In ,
pilgrimage. carry him. And they took their 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon part us d 9
lessness and pledged its support to puu'o'ni'tMit' for er:1II911;
[found and Jacob will soon embrace cattle and their goods, which they by the pastor. pjrlnat BOtlety -
of I movements for cooperative relations r t they are Uo kept In confinement .
ilira. and thereII'I> assurance /had gotten In the land of Canaan 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor topic with the hope fiat whan
between the races. It elected released -
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[plenty and loving care for the 'and came Into Egypt Jab, and "How honest are we as individualsand they will become law.abMldif: j' Qi+

llosing years of his life." all his seed with him; His sons and I groups?" a representative of its negro groupas Na plC4pILY I member of the community .. 'ti
of its board of
J By his brothers then In Egypt I his sons' sons with him, his daugh- 8 p. m. Evening worship song a member 'TEA We give too 11111. thought to tl'. )

Joseph (at the command of the ters, and his sons' daughters and and sermon. tional Missions. ROOM t fact that about 84 per cent of those s.+

?Egyptian King) sent a message to all his seed brought he with him Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 Progress was made in plans for 1 who enter prison return it Home future .

I his father, "Haste ye, and go up to into Egypt." It appears there were p. m. i organic union of the Presbyterian -. K 11 p..rnon date. to It tha becomes community ai free.
therefore,
my father and say unto him, thus seventy of Jacob's family, but I A cordial invitation to all our Church In the U. S. A. and the / / our duty to line every posslbls'' II.

|alth thy son Joseph God hath "several thousand" persons, count- services extended to all. United Presbyterian Church of 1 means to give men and women Instate { ,ti-

I made me lord of all Eypt: come ing slaves and all who went in the I North America. / prison the hen possible op.portnnltv .
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I town, unto me, tarry not; and thou caravan. The wagons sent by I .\=" Women were for the first time S, of milking themselves (It { i,\.
I and ATTK.NUSGENERAL elected to membership in the General for a futile return to loclaty. i iTR
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halt be near unto me, thou Pharaoh were two wheeled carts ASSKMIIL.V: ,?
I thy children and thy children's without springs ("but better than Council. ----- 4

J children and thy flocks and thy walking.") Rev George H. Lowry pastor I The Presbyterian form of government f 7 qr) .tIN' H('I1KIUIIKOur } )ri

I herds and all that thou hast. I was amended by the adoption schedule changes Sunday ? .'
For several Jacob's of the has
days people Presbyterian church '
May 22nd l and trains will .
of an Overture providing for run as.
And Pharaoh (through Joseph) were on their journey, "And he sent just returned home! from the Prvs- I follows

(commanded the brethren "And Judah before him unto Joseph to terian General' Assembly at Den- stricter educational requirementsfor J :
candidates for the ministry. The No. 1 Southbound local due '
direct his face unto Goshen and Colorado enthusiastic the I ,
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house-olds i Presbyterian theological seminar- c\\ aw ttat Starke 10:5: p. m. v., j
; they crime Into the land of Goshen. commission with which he was I Il
,lea were urged to give fuller emphasis No. 11, Southbound local, due
give you the good of the land of And Joseph made ready his chariot charged by the General Assembly -_-- Starke 0;20 a. m. f. *\
in their courses to the work
Eg'pt t. and ye shall eat the fat of and went up to meet Israel his to reawaken his fellow membersIn v
I No. 107
Iof personal evangelism. The Presbyterian Southbound limited due
\\ftie\ land. Now thou arCcommand-
father to Goshen and presented his home church to the oppor- Starke
10:27: a.
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board of Christian Education k
(&,thts do ye. take you wagons out himself unto him; and he fell on tun ties for the application of the No. :2 '
launched a great forward t Northbound local due "
1 cite land 1 of Egypt for your little his neck, and wept on his neck a Christian religion to the problems Starke 0:1U
movement with the slogan "Edu: : a. m.
J ODB and for your wives and bring I good while. And Israel said unto of today. I I ,
No.
)2, Northbound local due'
cate to Evangelize. 1
I )four father and come." Joseph Now let me die since I Evangelism was the keynote of Htarke 3:31: p. m. lA

When his sons returned to Can- have seen thy face, because. thou the Assembly, according to this returned No. 108 Northbound limited ;. '
LILLIE MAE: ..JENKISSi due 'I '
I un they told all these things to are yet alive., 'commissioner. A great spiritual d a? Starke 6:01 p. m. ; I

I Jacob who at first did not believe But there was yet something I power possessed the Assem- t Starke and Wanneo .101 leaves : 1

I them but finally he believed the Important to occur, "And Joseph ', bly through the entire week of its i, Lillie Mae Jenkins, 11, daughterof Starke 7:00: a. m. {

I messages 'And Israel sad} It is brought in Jacob his father, and I deliberations, and the whole body Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Cooper passed No 102 arrives 2MO: p. m. t .

sough Joseph my eon is yet set him before Pharaoh; and Jacob of 930 commissioners Is carryingto away at her home June< let She Uanne Branch f !

I alive i will go and see him before blessed'< Pharaoh." Let us, remember Presbyterian churches through. was burled at Klngsley Lake with : l
Mall closes, 7:00: '
[I die. Goshen contained about 90( that a child never outgrows,Its out the United States a renewal of Rev. W. K.: Daugherty officiating\ a. m.
Mall arrives, 2:{0
|!|uare miles of rich pasture and duty to respect and honor a parent the evangelistic spirit and the spiritual She leave three sinters and three p. m. j'
i'ldMlng of Mall. ,
I forming land lying between the reawakening of the 2.000,000 brothers The ballbearers were i i _

I Nile river and the Red Sea: about I communicant membership. The Mike Maruca, L. R. Edwards; O. .......... "' South ,: ,
No. 11 I, parcel 0:15: "
kv miles S. W. from Beersheba. Bradenton City water systemto executive organization of the Presbyterian A. Andreu. Dan Letterman, Buddy poHt : a.' m.

I Here our lesson begins "And be improved. church has already begun Altmnn and Jerry Moore. .,. .. No. 107 letters special delivery I

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MAIN\ THING ON MAIN STREET" 'By L. F. Van No. 12. parcel North post and letters

3.15; : p. m. a y

No. 108, loiters special delivery I !

+ ( WlHY\ 'DON'T YOU I'M GiTTN' 1i12e.O c READY t or, = WHEN &E YOU and special handling, 8:30:: p. m.4 .rf

!a i,1 1 BttZS:' SEE IS: "'tOU' E tITTIM' HERE = b -- CIZlTTEOS GONNA Night mull clones at nix o'clock. tit ''I, l'

J BUN OUT' OF GM i ? TO BURST V MOVE ALONG No. 1, due at 11:12: p. m.

MAINLEADING 'SmeET 5 vuHAT ABOUT TrsE = e SO'S I I<''N No. 2. due at 0:10: a. m. t

NEtliBP4PEZ NAIn 9f. 00 HAVE YOU LOOKED SPARK PLUGS ? t j 60 T'SL.EEP ? fine' Him Schedules '

AT THE JARBERATORDID Dally effective Jan. 1, 192.

GARAGE MAN'S CAR CO YOU LOOac = Northbound--S:03 it. m., 1:59: p.

CALL IT f AT THE ThaNSBREAKDOWN m., 4:69: p. m.. 8:10: p. m. '

MISSION { Southbound -9:31: a. m..12:3-1: p. ( .

W E BEEN H E R E -r-S--- i m., 4:34: p. m., 12:60: a. m.

HEM RATTLCTBAP, OUB I F OUR 140u24 A'READY n Tickets and information at + i

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\ "-".- ..- Have ,you. anything new In flowers : I the condition of these unfortunatesIt !! In designating, plate- .
Bradford County Telegraph I !!7""yes. i ----I I in this) : packages may be put i .'het r'totera '
From Other Pens j I te
I said the florist. "These o Late T'-eae n a-car owners buy goods convenience |
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Established 1877MEM.BER flowers are new on Uje cash-and-carry system They forms, about two feet 'lat'

4 I I _n i i i L.I .1. JL _IL_111,n i.i I r "What do you call them'" seldom bring home lens than two be made of rough boar. _*''

; !. When it cornea!! to the matter of ""They're called the 'Candidate's!! .; &0 Classify paper bags full of stuff, sometimes to the tops of posts 3 i___ !,'ig'
I Ikissing Pledge.' /
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two heads are better than even three, Now, ten pounds of located about 200 yard- ,
,, i one.-Tlme-Unlon.! To be really "That's a funny name for flow By RUSSELL kAY heavy potatoes in one bag and two platforms need not be 1'b"
:\ f It FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION\ \ effective"two heads are absolutely era; why do ;you call them that" Secretary, florid Prew AUOCMIIOI loaves of light bread in the other, but can be made quite ", ont"re
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( necessary ''Because they fade so quickly/ And while Mr. Martin was running mike an Inconvenient burden and by a coat of aluminum I '
1932 0 -0-- Lisbon (Me, ) Enterprise. AGAINST Mr. Hardee and carriers of same frequently desireto zed 11//"

:"_ "3.otcJ wtd .'. '-P.ozicz'a" .... Headline reads "O atory Flows!! -o-- Mr. Hardee was running AGAINST change from one arm to other, Pro Bono r'. ,
,, Freely at ricnlc."-Oratory?- The K\-Soldler Mr. Martin, along comes Mr. Sholtz change {from one arm to the other, --.---- UJ
;pl e Starke Telegraph. What a mean (Wtnter.Park Herald) from'Daytona Beach, where they for the 88!ke of rest. And If he, besides Birth -

"" Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class dig! We could have lived a month The ex-aoldler army camped aj. make a regular BUSINESS of racing ', carries!! a third bag contalnn Mr and'Mrs. Jim Cart.
and not said anything as! mean as Washington and taking on strength and came so darn near wlnnln' ? eggs, which requires careful \i1Jn(( .
,tr Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida that!-Bronson Journal. dally might have been expected by the race that It wasn't.even funnyto handling, the necessity for changes burg Mr., son and,.June Mrs.13th John

-o-- congress and its dominating\ influence some folks.Anyhow !!. l IH still more obvious. Sometimes! "re.Valt(
IY Starke, son, June 6th
It requires but little study to discover the great money changers he needs to wipe his brow on his
}' E: Matthews __________________u_ Owner and Publisher how little one really know! of the country, who said it wouldbe he put one big X out of shirt sleeve, or to light a cigaretteor Mr. and Mrs Leon ( moat

' 1 ;w ,a n ,, J. C. Robinson __n________ _____-______ Managing Editor -Starke Telegraph And some commercial suicide to pay the the running and now he's busy to blow his nose, but he can Starke, son, June 12th
; i folks are no dumb th.y don't make World War Veterans the bonus tuning up his motor for the second find no place to put his packages -.--- -

that discovery even then!-Eron. that belongs to them. Funny howa heat and while there may be a X while he makes!! change and blows Miami All shops!! I in '' mmuil

i; y SUBSCRIPTION RATE son Journal. financial proposition Is all wet It on...that ten dollars I'm bettln.:, It his nose. Ity Theatre building west ..,r ,,

Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance the big financiers of the country ain't ON the EX. I therefore propose that the city entrance leased! for three 'ara m&1 t
IF There I is more sport in angling dont get a direct drag thereby.A council have erected along certain Caesar Sabbegh, owner 'Jt< li
Vii. Advertising Rates on Application these days and( less flah,-Starke good many people are findingIt But don't kid youhself! about streets, which I will take pleasure ghab Art Galleries.. "ghat

u Telegraph. Which Is perhaps luckyfor hard to forget that (12.000,000 JOHN he's not the kind of guy to .. -
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theflsh With all the folks who loan from the Reconstruction Finance lay down and take it without a G' ,
+ Candidates shouldn't have ,to pay a gas tax. bave time for nothing else these Corporation to"a certain struggle, he'll fill his crankcasewith r

' ;. r o' days the poor fish have a bad time great railroad C In the north that a lot of new BANANA OIL,
if there were too many of 'em was to be used to rehabilitate the and step on the WOCO-PHP andit THANKS VOTERSr

Maybe times will\ become more normal after the second caught physical prpperty,.of the road, but will be a race right on. '
really was used to pay off a pressing .11! r rI
f primary \ The Starke Telegraph wants! to debt tq J: P. Morgan & Company So you can listen for Mr. John

? i ; o know something about those "n r. -.the same Morgan outfit that Goliath to do plenty of shootln' wish to express my profound gratitude and sincere, '
sery rhymes" learned at' the S. n fed gulllibJe investors la this country and hootin' between now and the r
' ; Writer niks what !shallvts use for money. Most anything P A. meeting at Macclenny and with a lot of foreign bonds that 28th, but !If you're one of those appreciation to my friends and supporters for the handsome

+ rl you don't possess which Avery Powell has been talk- are worth just about as much to guys that thinks It's the BIO vote they gave on June 7th, and have no doubt
Ing so much about. Well, all we can day as that heat they would gen. SHOTS that ride for the fall, you'll r
0- tell you John, is ,that you should.l crate if they were set afire. 'get a lot of consolation out of they will remain loyal to the finish. ..
G It's hard to tell which is hardest on u fellow's nervous have driven the 35 miles! and found Undoubtedly! a considerable number readin' over the little story about 8

ukes or cukes. out for yourself, Gasoline would l of the members of congress are what a boy named DAVID did with Those, of you who lost your favorite candidate for i
system,
i' 0 have been Press the only expense.-Macclcnny trying Hoover to do something must also and be President given his little,.sling! In days gone by. tax assessor in the first primary, and all other voters, I ;

,' Amos and Lee are running neck and neck but you can --0- similar crelit! but there are too And ..whe'It comes to elingln' cordially invite to join in with my supporters and maker r
Nathan Mayo commissioner of many factors! in government that Mr. SHOLTZ ain't takIn' -
Let they are not doing any necking. ,",, I Agriculture Is one of the very few get their meal ticket from Wail language off Ms hat to nobody, when that me jour nominee for tax assessor for one more term. '

r. -----o ._t public officials returned to office In street, with the result! that 'even boy .talks,' you'd thing' his!! aud After which I will retire with everlasting appreciation'
last TucBflay's primary election, in these critical times, constructive of the
ience was a flock police dogs
Ocala Banner reports that while llardee failed to carry Despite the vigorous! fight madeon. legislation cannot be put over unless way their ears stand up., and gratitude. to the people of Urad ford, County !

Hardee county Martin carried Martin county. Mayo by Senator Franklin O there .\la some; financial gravy Sincerely
King, of Orlando, the commissioner going to the great captains of finance A lot of the candidates been yours,
P. 0t made the grade and returns to Tallahassee who Are primarily responsible takln's.two and two and tryln' to

Successful' candidates usually forget their promises for four years more of, ,t9day.top\ ,shunting, \ this nation make the voters believe that they'll
real service to the people of Flor almost on. the,roc, a., add up 150 but Little David can N. D. WAINWRIGHT
does his New Year resolutions.
quicker than an average man ida. That Mayo survived the un It gives ny: thinking man a pain take two and two and make 'em u

; o fair tactics of those fighting his re in the neck fo_bear or read patriotic come out FOUR so plain and Paid Adv.WHILE.
election Is a testimonial to his efflclnoncy !. expressions from Morgan, simple 'that folks just can't help r
Remarkable{ how defeated candidates have been .,7" sasa sasv saaasasao sasas ra s s',1 e
many hU and'his integrity
Ford
honesty Henry ; Charley Schwab, understand It, and usually when
"ordered by their physicians to take n rest. ,' as a citizen and public of Rockefeller 'and others who have Dave get's through talkln' the two ''
ficial.-Green Cove Springs Times. piled up enormous fortunes by and two he made FOUR out of will THEY LAST!

0- -0-- profiteeringCuring) / peace or war. equal 150 votes for Mr. Sholtz.

.N il; No matter how you marked your ballot, better than fifty Do these men have sufficient contact
Quit cussing the railroads and with the public to really havean And after Mr. Caldwell
right got "reione
of the candidates know voted wronjr. "I'i' '
,;, percent you : their former policies, but treat idea what is
going on in the through tellln' us that a vote for
o them as a public carrier, Whose mind! of the average citizen, and Mr. Martin meant a vote for :bit

'I services are needed and give at especially in the minds of the millions Howey, he comes out with the announcement /
Writer says men should.never deceive their wives. He least credit for realization of the I
!! that are without work and that he Is gonna take TIRES
should have said men should never try to deceive their wives. need for courteous and efficient being fed and housed! by charity? the stump for JOHN. I don't
vice, which they are certainly ren
The ex-soldier '
boys be
may know whether' congratulations are
o In the face of lack of I
daring pa wasting!! their time by stopping at in order or not, but if they are, FREE PRICES
Some of the dry candidates, seeing which way the wind tronage. The railroads have earned Washington The few senators and I'd say they ought to go to AT TAX

was blowing, found their last minute shift was too late to It their'lesson and The they deserve are showing fair representatives who would help f r HOWEY
admirably them ther+#*f tare powerless to do I
save them. treatment at least and' more than anything add while Andy Mellon I But at that, most of the faith- I MU& N0*&- S ive :sv**,25%
that If we continue to demand from '
o In knee breaches Is taking tea ful Republicans will cast their t >
them the. Iron-clad service that we
with the king, why not go on to Democratic vote tor Martin
Mr.
Times-Union intimates_ that because June Is a profitable have been accustomed to.Perry Wall street, camp in the stock ex flgurln' he'll be the easiest guy for, JUNE 20lh is the deadline-after that the

month for preachers, the remaining eleven months are good rjerald. change and 'demand some recognition HOWEY to beat. tax.The time is short, but while our> stock: lasts
r -- from the who make
men wars
; for lawyers. Firestone Extra Tires and
The Judiciary has always been but participate therein only In a However, it was a tough bleak we are selling Value

o ,I" considered the bulwark of govern. financial way and to their own? for BILL Just when it looked like Tubes, at; no advance in prices.

Next Tuesday inaugurates the new tax schedules passed ment. It.has always been regarded -o---. he was gonna have a nice little Every tire is fresh stock-carries' the Firestone
defender ol
aa the champion and WALK AWAY for Dave
'; by Congress. For the }poor man, there is left untaxed his human'rights and human liberties!!, DiiUd( Sholtz for GovernorTampa the darkhorse steps governor In with a dose nameand a double guarantee, Firestone's and ours.

'r ,j; houn dog: \\he; rich guy has his cigarette lighter., There was a timq when the judicIary In the first primary TrlbpneJ vote for of SHOLTZ that left the well Every tire gives you Extra Strength, Extra Safety
and
merited the confidence
; known ELEPHANT with an awful
John W. Martin former
s o respect with which It was regarded governor headache. and Extra :Mileage not
governor, had a plurality over
.+ Yon, West Florida congressman, will not have much time by the rank and file of the David Sholt of 10,000 and over ..- found in any otl er. For

a for yawning until after the next primary Then he can spend judiciary people.! But haa in suffered recent!in years the estimation the Cary A. Hardee of 18000. The Of course: He calmly HOWEY lights was another ncnchatanti only Firestone Tires are
total vote for
# his time yarning about his experiences in 'Vashington.o of the people and the judlc- proximately. 272,000.governor Martin was ap received I MURAD and says "Well the :made with the patent
lary alone Is responsible for this
Democrats SOMEBODY, they all
there
65,000
so were 207,000 Firestone construction;
I Shaken public confidence. Aboveall votes which werenot for htm. He look alike to me." But I'll bet he
Merchants who have had the/! flour sales curtailed by things the judiciary should hold lacked! ,71.QOO, votes! .. of a majorityof would be feelln' a heck of lot more features of Gum-Dip

distribution of the free government flour are: ,now getting a Itself aloof from partlslan politics, all votes,:cast. confident right now if had been and Two Eitru
It should! not styp down from its GOMEZ or WATSON. ping
taste of what the printers have to face with the government pedestal, forsake its lofty principlesand The is theory that, the of result the second will be primary de _.0'd -- Gum-Dipped Cord Plj

supplying printed envelopes below cost., engage In cheap politics with
termined, as between the two high Under the Tread.
ward politicians. Yet this is what
candidates In the first primary by
r 0 Florida! has witnessed In the recent
!!
the votes of those whose candidateswere
Hoo\ers billion dollar tux bill in effect next Tuesday putsa past. If the people regard Its Judiciary eliminated. So, according to J I This is your thane*
courts of and
political
as toa
this with Martin and Sholtz having a to Firestone Eilra
get
new tax on just about everything except the grunt of the policy expediency--the judiciary .
120,000 supporters who will stick
farmer's hogs, while the city guy i is exempt from paying a alone is responsible for Its fall from to them in the second primary, the / Values at these amazingly

tax on the number of steps he has to take on his way to work. grace now held and disrepute South Jacksonville In which Her It Is race between them will be decidedby Editor Telegraph: IIJI r.'+Idr Orr? ,,tNCar? e rr LYt low prices. bon'
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the majority of the 152.000: who "Surveys" of every; kind being:
I 0 aid 4.40.21.. {3.1 19.10 .5.11 delay. Come in today
Na voted for the losers. That is a the order of the day, I decided to 4.50-21.. 3s .SS ....
This country is rapidly forgetting the kidnapping and --.- considerable"number of voter Its "do my bit" and add to the world's 4.75-19.. 3. .9s '7..s and get th. yo
Now that the cucumber movement reallnement will name the next knowledge by finding\ out if there Soxs3cct ss Z89 5.71 !
murder of the Lindbergh boy, and with equal rapidity are forgetting is over we hear some criticism governor. How many votes for, were still any people In Starke who need. Save 10 to 15 jol

F the murderers me still at large because they are more as usual, as!! to how this was the eliminated candidates were also ; did not own automobiles, I fount

efficiently organized than representatives of law and order. carried on. For our part we wishto anti-Margin\ votes and will con. a few, contrary to my expect.
t, state that we have put in a lot tlnue to be,anti-Martin. Upon that lions, ,
of hard work on the proposition will depend the nomination It isn't On the strength of this discoveryI

o and feel that when the season we reallODA ler.tQ, .suppose that, manyof am happy to be able to sugges
Results entire have had la considered! that It U them vw.e, anU-Shoita votes, because a measure for the amelioration of '
of the
primary over the state to
seems {
nothing to laugh at. There have votera'generally felt that
rt t carry the idea that voters were more interested in cleaning out been several thousands dollars the race was between Hardee and we believe further, that he would

,I the old officers than in selecting the most capable men for turned loose here during the pant Martin and the votes for the other I make a much safer, abler; much

office/ If the next four do not show n big improvement thre weeks and local people helpedby candidates, besides being for the. more sincere and dependable gov
years :
working In the handling of the candidate, were against Hardee or II ernor than Mr. Martin.\ In this. :
the voters will again blame the luckless office holders instead cucumbers The dry season bas Martin or both. Hence Martin we ara not doing any "bandwagon

of placing the blame where it belongs-on the voters made a perfect cucumber a rare meets In second contest, an opponent climbing," because we are eapous. /
>1 sight. We are much more fortunate who was not the object of an ing the cause of a candidate who r
} -0-- than some other sections In tbla who was not the object of ah an-I ran 10,000 behind the leader
respect. At Dade City the same antagonistic vote. Those who voted The record of David Sholtz. as a
i'' The Republican party evidently believes it should be returned company had out 250acres\ from for other candidates in the first native Floridian, aa a citizen: as a 'Ttrestone I I TtrestoneOLDflELD

., to power because of its ability to find new and wonderful which they shipped 6 cars against balloting were not voting against public and civic: worker, la unassail SENTINEL TYPE TYPE _
methods of our 14 cars and 196 hampers hand. Sholtz, because he was not considered able. He has won the popular sup. ow -... ow I os.w'
raising tax in these 0. a
money prosperous Republican led otherwise. What Is needed is a by them a leading factor but port he la receiving In his candidacy Fat Cutrrto rWro'.' ts.ha. i I sue ..... NMwI nr
days. Beginning next week business firms will have to little more spirit of cooperation and they were voting against Martin or by his personality, by the orrrHrr. I' I bolo orIss erN

pay one-cent tax on each letter mailed, n tax on telephone less!! criticism of the efforts of oth lUrtUe, who,were, considered the clearness and' conviction of the 4.40-21 4.79 ,'.79 -,.-,J'-
messages and telegrams gasoline lubricating oil ers. In other word, we would like leaders Under. I ta aspect of thesituation. message he has delivered to the 4.40-21 S.S9 I3J9 .*... 4.SO.20 9-39 5.33 re.J'
; electricity, to hear of anything better that .,the second. primary odds people, and by the development ol :4.50-21 9-43: 5..., ...U
matches and finally on even the checks used' to pay its employees any one else has to offer While are decidedlyin; favor of Sholtz. what has been vlrtualy a wave of 4.50-21 :3.** 3.93 '7." ,X4.75-19 0.33 6.33 II.J:
we did not make what we should But we ar? !npt,,concerned, Just popular enthusiasm which swept '' 4.7S-20 0.fi.4.1 II..
have under a normal season, it Is I here, with the numerical feature In away political lines, factional "fix. 4.73-19 1.03 4.63 .... 3.00-19 *.., 6.63 tz.9s.
I)
0- 5.00-21 6.96
bout the only crop we have been discussing final decision of the ings" and machine set-ups. He I S.2S-21 ..!, 8.1S IS at
t The death of a 19-year-old convict In a state prison\ camp able to grow that there has been Democratic'voters of the state. We promised the people new blood, new 5.0019 ...., 4.8$ ...... I 5.50-19 ..4. 8.4fl .....

r near Jacksonville brings to light conditions any money In at all. No other have been convinced from the beginning life, new leadership and needed I 600.19Ie.1S 10.83 :lIe.I' .
we thought were craps grown this season, with the that' the 'nomination of economies in the government of the I'' S.23-21 *.*. 5.98....4 6.00.201e..* 10.91 :U z!

made impossible by the legislature years ago. Unfortunately, poRBible exception of strawberries, John W Martin would not be good state. Fifty-five thousand Demo _.0._s.-, Mps.elana.y Lev.. I --N-! MO/rt4oo/aH lo+
;' too, the boy was a citizen of another state, and Florida's penal has made even expenses.-Mac. for the party. The candidate we crats heeded him, believed )in him,
clenny Press. ..nde col _...._ ti... mdl sd
supported having been eliminated rods /p.eW bud eye>" f.
voted for him.
will be held '
system again up as a horrible example for a civil- hotBM and otfcbnud todbtrlbres. ijvri.I Bnod Tiw s.doGhent t6sso/
-o----- logically, aa between John W. Mar In Mr. :Sholtz, young dynamic rMlrfr,.. TtM/r...Ot.. VrlhoYt 6M..1/nrlM /wpONiblal,. rp -I
,. ized state. Too many of the men in charge of convicts are .Laulh'Good tin and David Sholtz K:.srr. F'1/s/ter.tin bra lhe F7raoa. rwrd .......u17 ..... 111.1..1--. '
\ we give our determined to do the right, the moil odor tin*.oM.>tk.__ |iilim..
but little, if any, better than the criminals under them.\ This Name -A politician In one support to Mr. Sholtz. We- believe Democratic party of Florida la offered
of the cities had occasion to send Linn M rirY.l.../f tttr.t./r S..Lssdpr/ NqL Dod N.6.C */ 10'-
,t Is true in any state, and Florida again proves it' is no ex- that he would be a much stronger a nominee\ and a leader who
''' ception. flowers to the family of one of his nominee than Mr. Martin\ in meetIng will bring victory to the party in
constituents, and said to a florist: the Republican opposition November and good government to J. ANDREWS Jr. Starke Ra.4.w
; .
"Make up a nice bouquet for me. which .U solidified for Mr.'Jlowey; the state the next four years. r





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