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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 24, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Total of 276,720 Nex Tax Bill DAVE SHOLTZ CATCHES POPULAR 4-H Club Boys !State Farm Head Republicans Of .

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r Persons Ballot Will' Cost Family VOTE OF STATE FOR GOVERNOR I To Hold CampAt Dies In Hospital Florida Gather i ( '




1 In State Races $50 Next YearIf I Sholtz Daytona overnight Beach--,became June- 22.the Dave most I Interlachen I.I Funeral nllh'h Seri: hold UTM. ..Hare and- Hurliil Tuesday of H,,". In Jacksonville f I


interesting character in Florida I Afternoon'

"' Board Meet ttlfy yours is an average ,family, public life when he rolled up a vote The 4-H Club boya of Union and Battle Cry In No\rantM Election _'
Cam Uenult of Recent Poll the new $1,115,000,000, ( tax bill that placed him*In the second primary Bradford counties will Join next Mr. J. S Butch, 62 superintendent To lie<< "lloo\ and llovv -y";

passed by congress is going to cost! race for governor. $ .; week In their annual camp. It will of the Florida State Prison Strong 1'1...", Mad for Party

pi suits of Florida's first prl- you somewhere between $10 and Here In Daytona Beach they ; be held at Interlachen as it was Farm for fourteen\ years, died In Iliirninny In Hlut.

election of June 7 became $100 next year. In all probability, i know Dave well. His friends, who last year, and It Is expected that Jacksonville Monday afternoon after

mar' records Friday when the the amount you will contribute in include Just about every man. wom- a large number of the boys will at- an illness of nearly a year : Jacksonville, June 20. With.

ol'ne al,'finynsRing board met in Tallahassee that time toward balancing the na- an and child In Daytona Beach, call ',tend this year. which became critical !following' a Jublliint shouts of "Hoover and I

stat'' certified the winners In tional treasury deficit will hover him Dave and they say they will Trucks have been secured to car paralytic stroke lust Wednesday.The I Howey" the Republican high command I

and the unopposed around the $50 mark. call him that when he Is In the 'ry the boys and they will leave body was brought to Starko I In Florida today marshalled ,

the first.candidates primary for a place on the Assuming that you earn $40 governor's chair. Throughout the F Fire soon after noon Monday, and return ,I Monday afternoon and carried to I I I Its forces for the drive to the November I

: general election, and weekly, are married and have an; state where his personality and his Friday afternoon giving four I the home of his slater, Mrs. H L.Brownlee [ general election when the t

November the ballot for the sec- automobile, your taxes, under the aggressive campaign won thousands full days for camp. Tuesday morning the grand old party hopes to wrest control -
designated of June 28. new bill would .run somethinglike to. his standards, 'they have Every 4-H Club boy who la car- body of Mr. Blltch was taken to of the state government from

mi; primary figures showed thatan this: also learned to call him Dave. U' rying a project and has hU record the state farm where the entire tho Democrats. .I

The official record vote In Florida Sporting goods ._______ $3.60 He will make the moat capable traa book written up to date Is entitledto prison population filed past the President Hoover and Vlce-

all time first primary. The Soft drinks ____________ 2.50 governor In history say those who go. All others will be excluded. bier to pay respect to the late superintendent. PlCHldent Curtis., renominated by '
In the ;
was cast: by more Amusements _______ 2.00 know him for his business ability The camp will be In charge of I! the Republican national I convention t
total I of 276,!20 topped high vote Telephone ________ 1.80 and his hard work, for his love of County Agent L. T. Dyer, with the I The funeral services were held were endorsed by the Florida a
the precious
.000.
than 21 assistance of the State Extension from the First Baptist Church In session
the Democratic Wort, malt syrup and working for anything that means executive committee '"
In
cast
of' 2 4977 grape concentrates ___ 8.00 the public welfare. And he will officials and Billy Matthews, who la Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. here, while W. J. Howey, the par"i,

primary of 1928.State R. A. Gray, Cosmetics ________ 4.25 make the most popular and demo athletic dlA'Ctor. They were conducted, by the Rev.. ty's: nominee for governor, and .t

Secretary General of Cary D. Landisand Jewelry __________ 4.25 cratic governor In Florida history The daily program will consist of Thomas llim.sen{ pastor of the candidates for other ,state offices J',

Attorney W. V. Knott ''Matches_ __________ .20 because he loves to mingle with the swimming and other amusements Main Street Baptist church of also were pledged undivided 'sup i,
State Treasurer % of Interest and value. The final Jarkmmvllle, the Kev J. T. Boone '
tubes oil port.
of the'canvassing: Tires accessories common people: his fellow towns
sat as members ComptrollerErnest ______ 7.00 men say All of those who call -- run-off will coma Friday when the pastor of the Kdgewoml Avenue \\fiitvvorth !State Cliulrniiiii ,

bon rd. Knott replaced disqualified him- Gasoline __________ 7.80 him Dave In hIs home town say he various squads. will compete In the Christian Church, of Jacksonville, Geoige P. Wentworth of IVnsiv :l i
Amos who a candidate In Electricity --N------ 1.50 will still be Dave- ..Governor Dave Predicts Swing ,, various games and In diving and Dr O. P. Raymond, pastor of theStalke cola, long a power In the party I!' t
he
self because .was Checks ._____-___ 2,00 --when he takes the reins in Tal swimming. Camp fire prolral1Ulwill Baptist church. was returned to state control when j,, : ,b
the election. lahassee. be held every evening after Mrll. J. D. Doyle, Mrs. E. L. he defeated the incumbent! R. ]$i 3. I ', ij!

Final figures Governor for the Democratic Franklin Total for year ______ $44.90 Dave Sholtz-.life and achieve- Toward Amos supper where the boys will sing Blggn Messrs Luther and John L Pryor, of Tampa, for chairman t I'

primary show York polled 203- I Say you are a once-a-week golf ments in Florida flairs are of especial I and listen to talks on club work Powell sang two quaitettes" "It Is : of the state committee. The vota ; I U
D Roosevelt New and other subjects relating to their Not Death to Pie, and "AblJe Wentworth 30 20( on ;
wa Pryor i'
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If two
the presidential preference er. you buy $5 clubs a Inetre.st at this time when .... : t I tJ
372 votes In With Me", while Mr. Jack 1
work. it secret ballot. It was Went. '
year and lose-to be optimisticone all sign. to' him the next
point as
'h
'W. H. Mur-
race. Governor : Jacksonville, ( 23.Better The will be full of Interest Dow of Jacksonville, sang two of worth who two nominated i ( ,
SOc ball each round, tax governor camp years ago ":
21,8-47 and L. J. your bathe voters of the .
of Oklahoma, understanding Mr, Blitch'a favorite I'
ray goods'would be $3.60. The every minute and every 4-H Club songs and supported Pryor for the -4tr'
sporting his
on In
) high career
teacher, points may
school for
the
In )
Wisconsin involved
campaign
issues Prominent
Chassee, Is urged to 'and take ad- state leaders were 'j II
boy go chairmanship'
i Soft drinks are taxed under 1921 be briefly sketched as follows: .'
3.645. state comptroller has brought vantagb of It.II. i named honorary pallbrarerM. They "'oulll Hld"- tl"l) Negroes '
rates, and in 1921 the average per He was graduated with honors i i' it
Jr. and W. J. ini
John T Alsop. about a decided statewide trend +'- were Oov. Doyle K. Carlton, former dissever &
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will capita, tax on this Item was $2.1)0 from Yale University and In 1915 I
Scars, both of Jacksonville, favor of Ernest Amos, present Ill'OSO.V HI'Kit Gov. John W, Martin and Cary the party from ncgroos was made 1, f''
wife would makea
Your perhaps from John B Stetson at f
meet In the second primary for of monthly long distance call to a DeLand, Fla. He became University Identi- comptroller, according to political 1 Til,INKS!4 .UfNUO\; : A. Hardee, R. A Gray, Cary D. by Fred Butler of Melbourne, but "j,; 1 I" 'h""J 1'';
congress at large. Complete % observers here. Landia, Ernest Amos, Nathan have the state t ," til
his motion to committee
tidal reports of the first primary. close ular relative.charge is Let$1.25.us say The the new reg- fied with which business and him legal Intensive Interests During the first primary cam R. Hudson Burr, candidate for Mayo, W. T. Knott, W S. Cawthon, limit participation In Its i 1// +\\11 I .i .

show: gave paign they say voters heard only the state railroad commission, Judge Harold Adams, L D. Chap- primaries to white persons was m- f tl
of the calls 1
tax of 15c on each 12 to fit him for the )
W. training positions '
Sears 67,048; Alsop 64,659; one side of the story In the comp- who received the highest numberof man and C. S. Hammett. tabled, without record vote. But. \ \' \ !
D. Bell 37,763; Lester W. Jennings, means $1.00 a year. In public life which. he was laterto troller's race because Mr. Amos votes in the first primary, has The active pallbearers were R. l ter declared the action which he \
1
Should happen to be a mem- fill. '.
28424 and Asher Frank, 15999. of the you of home- would not neglect his pressing Issued a statement expressing appreciation H. Cox, D. W. McArthur J. Noon-i 1 advocated' would be "throwing Into ;" 1 1 '
In the first congressional district ber great army In 1916 he was Sleeted to the\ duties In Tallahassee In order to for the support of his ey, Jack Spottswood, Walter A. the ranks of the Democrats the 1
tax j"
brewers, would dependof j "
I Representative Herbert J. your the amount\ of brew Florida legislature by an over- make an appeal for votes. How- friends that enabled him to lead McRae, Robert L. Jones, J. A Bou- greatest charge of dynamite that ;\ 'I l" ,I h
Drane and J. Hardin Peterson, both course, upon whelming vote. He served In the ever, he was high' man In a field the field of seven candidates. He vier and R. C. Drew. possibly could hit them In Novem !' ; .
make. Estimates reveal that
of Lakeland will meet In the second you 1917 legislature where he took a of three when the votes were enters the run-off on June 28 with Interment was at Crosby ceme- ber. //1'111' ,
Is about the tax the
\ primary. Drane got 32,055in $8 per year."home-brewer progressive stand on all Issues and counted. ( W. B. Douglass of Lake City. tery, near Starke, with the Mason Judge Dwight Ford of BradenU) 1

the first to 23,888 for Peterson average malt wort and concentrates layout- showed constructive ability. I Since the firsti'primary the Importance -I, Mr. Burr formerly was a member In charge of the service Quanti- ton was elected vice-chairman. {;' ,
and 13,923 for Sumter L. Lowry of on grape His service In the legislature, and scope of the comp- of the railroad commission, ties of beautiful flowers, silent tokens Mra. Clara Hawkins of Brookavllle. "

Tampa. If wife has a fondness for however, was destined to be brief troller's duties and the fact that serving for more than 20 years a of esteem and love, covered the villa, and Mra. H. B. York of Oxford j h ,
Representative R. A. Green of | your and creams that most for he resigned to enlist in the Ernest Amos managed them with greater part of the time as Chair- grave of Mr. Butch which was beside vice-chairwoman, and W, R. ": I r

Starke was unopposed for renom-: powder have she spends $42.50 a mlUtary service when his country exceptional skill and Judgmentduring man, his associates honoring him that of his mother and father. O'Neal of Orlando' state treasurer '
women
nation in the second congressionaldistrict. statistics show on lipsticks, called for men. He entered the Florida's most critical financial with the chairmanship because of Arrangements were In charge the These elections were without opposition -.

year, cleansing cream, skin food, navy, did,his bit, and returned from period have been brought his thorough familiarity with the I DeWItt Jones Funeral Home of as was that of Allen ; ,
In the third, Representative TomA. etc.rouge With the new 10 cent the war with rank of ensign. His home to the voters in nearly every commission's powers. He also was Starke.Mr. Walker of Winter Haven to be ,
Yon of Tallahassee and Millard per service connections have always community through the Amos cam- widely recognized throughout the Butch Is survived by his wid- state secretary "
r
tax cosmetics, Friend Hubby'swallet
Caldwell of Milton, will be In the on will be nicked for $4.25. been dear to' him and today he paign committee. United States as an authority on ow, Mrs Slna Kite Witch; a lion, To Name Campaign: Cornmlt'j j l ;;
run off. First primary returns' dis- holds the rank of lieutenant-com One misconception In particular subjects. with which the commission Dr. C. G. Blltch Jacksonville\ ; A campaign manager for Howey t a
The figure, oddly,
dosed a very close race between same expendi-repre- mander In the United States Naval I has been explained to citizens who deals, and at one time wall three sisters, Mrs. T. N. Llmbuugh, and other Republicans) on the state i

them. Caldwell leading with 17,729to sents ture for the jewelry average women yearly In mod Reserve and enjoys his associations 'had been led to believe that the i prominently mentioned for a sent Lakeland; Mrs J. E. Futch, De- wide ticket In November will be I

17,686 for Yon with R. G. Pat- In the American Legion. 'I state comptroller Is an absolute on the Interstate Commerce Com.i Land, and Mrs H. L. Brownlee, named Inter by the campaign
erate circumstances, a New York ,
tenon of Pensacola third with 10- shows. Another $4.25, When Dave settled back into dictator of state/banks. i mission. The statement of Mr. i /Starke, and a brother, V. It. hutch, committee appointed at a recent ,
836 survey private life it wasn't long until he These voters were surprised to I Burr follows: of Ralford. state convention in Orlando Members k
There will be no second l>primary therefore, to appease feminie van- was elected state's attorney for the I learn that the comptroller does not "I take this means of publicly I Among those from out of town of this committee are George ; .

In the fourth where J. Mark Wil- Ity.There's consolation in the seventh Judicial circuit of Florida. make the loans of a bank; this be- expressing my sincere appreciation attending the funeral were: Col. Livingston, of Tampa; Walter D. i '

co*.pf West Palm Beach defeated bill however.one It's almost Impossible In this capacity he was known as 'ing left to the bank officials and to the friends and supporterswho and Mrs J. E. Futch of DeLancl. Shelly, Jacksonville, Mrs. Kirk j' j '

Congresswoman Ruth Bryan Owen new ,to enough matches a fearless prosecutor, playing no that while Amos baa repeatedly made possible my commandIng Mr. and Mra. T N. Llmbaugh and Monroe, Miami, Charles R. Pierce, :', a,.

60,246 to 48,049 la the first primary sizeable use up crimp In the fam- favorites. In 1921 he was chosenas urged better banking laws,,be can lead over a field of seven can- Mr. Thomas Llmbaugh of Lake- Miami, N Dwight Ford, Braden- \to F ffr';

i to put a The new tax 'on municipal Judge of Daytona only enforce those that, are enactedby didates for state railroad commissioner land; Mr Homer Limbaugh of Dun- ton, and one to be named by A. V.Knotta r:' Il.f
Former Governor John W. Mar- ily exchequer. Beach. His associates in Daytona the legislature.' ,, ; in the June primary edln; Mrs. B. F. Smith of Daytona, of Yankeetown candidate '
,
reasonable
tin of Jacksonville and Dave I I this item, Instance based on would be only Beach tell of how he administered Proper explanation of this point "With complete returns now In, Beach; Rev and Mrs M. C. Stlih for state comptroller. I i '9 1!

Sholtz of Daytona Beach already usage, for hli Judicial duties with Justice that and of the fact that Ernest Amos my lead over six opponents, ranged and children Dr. and Mrs. C. GBlltch The committee adopted a resolution "

have opened their second primary I about 20c. auto- was always tempered with mercy has reopened 58 of the closed from approximately 16,000to 35- Mr N. A. Butch, Mr. Harold authorizing Wentworth to> ,

campaigns in the gubernatorial On the other hand, your Seven when he saw a chance to get some banks, making successes out of 000 and my lead over Mr. Douglasa hutch Mr;' Reginald Witch | appoint a state executive board of ; .

race. Final figures on the first mobile will cost you plenty.show, wouldbe erring fellow man upon. the right failures by sheer good manage- of Lake City, with whom the Mrs. Foxworth Home, Mrs W A. I not lena than five, nor more than )
primary gave Martin 66,940; Sholtz dollars, the figures path. ment, has swung a large numberof run-off wll be, Is 16443. My own McRae Mra W. F. Hammett, Mrs. eleven members to work with '
accessories, oil,
55,406; Former Governor Cary A. the average on Following his service on the votes in favor of the present vote Is 52,441. All I ask of my Halcom, wife of the superintendent state officers In the "development

Hardee, 50.427; Stafford Caldwell tubes and. tires, and $7.80, on your bench, the civic activities of his career comptroller the committee mem- friends and supporters Is to stand of St. Luke'a, Mr. and Mrs. and advancement of the Republican 1 Ii

44938; Charles M. Durrance, 36- gasoline.In June 20, entered on intensive phase. He bers say; by their guns from now until the John Randall Mrs Thomas Hansen party In Florida." The motion .
by
291; Thomas S. Hart. 9,525; Ar- a general sum-up from the date these was drafted as president of the Friends of Amos have pointedout 28th. Mrs. J. Nfjoney, Capt. and Mrs. did not not authorize this committee t y a
thur Gomez 9,244 and J. Tom Wat- 1933 one year into effect will Florida State Chamber of Commerce that while bank failures have "I have made a clean campaign, Homer Brown, Miss Mary Brown, to take any active part la
ion 3,949. taxes went you share and unanimously re-elected, been on the Increase throughoutthe free from mud slinging and appealto Mrs W. B. Brown, Miss Thelma the November campaign. Wentworth

State Comptroller Ernest Amos have paid $44.90 as your serving In 1928 and 1929. The enterprise nation for the past three years the supporters of the unsuccessful Brown, Mr. and Mrs F. O. Wilder will make the appointment : I ;I r
of Tallahassee and J. M. Lee of toward the billion-dollar revenue and which he gave that they have been on the decrease candidates to cast their votes and Mrs. Bob Jones all of Jacksonville later. t
energy
Avon Park, oppose each other In bill Intended to close the great gap to this work was reflected In many In Florida for this period of. for me, assuring! them their sup Mrs. Nathan Mayo and Butler'a motion to exclude neg. ; I)

the second primary. Amos got In our treasury. projects which helped in state development time. Last year there were only I port will be appreciated, and let'a Mrs. Duncan of Summerfleld. Mr. roes from the Republican primaries) 1

911,1111n! the first to 91,582 for Lee 13 state banks to suspend In thin dm all that Is humanly poaalbia fora A. S. Burgeaa and son, Mr. Arthur brought a plea from Knotta, former ,
and 62,370 for Van C. Swearin- NEWSPAPERS: AS SCHOOLS state. .I drive to victory in the remainIng Lee Burgess, Sheriff Thomas, Mr. state chairman and consistently
gen of Miami. Three or four years on a good He also served for three years as The banking phase of the few days." O H. Rogers, Mr. and. Mra. Landia active In the party councils that .'{ .

Nathan Mayo, commissioner of newspaper Is the mont profoundand president ot the Daytona and Beach three troller's office.la only a ,. comp-1 C .. Butch Mra. Maude Horne, Miss I "we shouldn't bring this up." He> j
agriculture, defeated State Sena- practical education a man can Chamber of Commerce of his work. The TIP TOP GROCERY Lucille Horne, Dr. and Mrs Chal- said "we are gradually working out \ .
the Associa-
tor Franklin O. King, of Orlando, have.-American Magazine. years as president of of collects state taxes;' pays f ANNIVERSARY HALK ker, Mr. Sim Blstrunk all of Ocala; from these people" Ha declared: i ,
of Commerce
130,550: to 102,148 In their*contestfor tion of Chambers this time and obligations, sits aa a memberof Mra.. M. Z. Way, Miss Nellie Stevens that Republican candidates who t }I r'{' t 1 ''d
Mayo's office. attempt to besmirch my professional the East Coast. During I most of the important state To our friends and customersWe -- Mr Cawthorn and family of "use the negroes for votes, should the 't
was responsible -
A second primary will be neededIn and personal character and the East Coast Association boards and has. numerous other thank you for your loyal sup the Industrial Schot at Ocala, Mr. not abuse them." B

the race to decide the Demo standing for the purpose of whimpering for securing the East duties. port and patronage during our first Fred Crawford, Mr. Tom Flowers Other, speakers said that In 34,

critic: nominee for one place on the same against me at the last Coast canal now under construc-also In the Initial primary Mr. Amos:I year of business and in a appreciation and others of Montbrook, Dr. and view of recent court decisions in '

railroad commission and .R. Hudson minute without giving me notice tion. He has given liberally order of led the field with this two oppon- we are offering one of the Mrs. Mann, Dr. and Mra. Malo, a Texas case, the party probably iiuk
Burr, of Tallahassee will meet and opportunity to reply? of his time to fraternal ents each having a good vote. A biggest sales at the cheapest prices Mra Ella Strickland, and Mrs. Rivers would be without power to exclude '
is
He
member. a
'VV B. Douglas of Lake City In thetun "Second-Will you serve me with which he Is a and large part of the vote of the elimInated In the history of Starke. We alno all of Lake Butler; Col. John the negroes.MAC ; p,
Rite Mason I
off. The final vote showed copies of such Information as you York and Scottish candidate Van Swearingen, thank you for all future business. WUlla of Bronson Dr. and Mrs. J. 4

Burr 52,441; Douglas 35,998: Lest Intend to use in this campaign and national officer in the Elks. He was of will go to Amos, observers here See our whole page ad on page M. Willis, Miss Virgin! Willis of DAVIS! APPOINTED ;

-r W Wells 32,211; Olden A Byrd meet me on the platform fn Jacksonville organizer and Is past president Associa- say after a careful analysis of the five. We have everything for that Wllllaton. Miss Rosabell Sistrunk, STUDENT LIgL'TENANT

29,<4i; John W. Newbern, 18,878; Tampa, Miami, Orlando the Volusla County esteemed Bar member of situation. They predict,. also, that fourth of July picnic and many other Mr. and Mrs. Bryan and Mr. Albert
Gainesville W/ff/ a man and tion and an of the who bargains.. Robe.-ta all of Tallahassee. All
and 40,000
George S. Davis 18,483; Thomas J. church. many persons Ft. Screven, Ga., June 18..--Mao NDavis
Redding discuss these matters face to face the Congregational did not cast any vote for comp- Howell Naaworthy, owner. the employees and their families l g
17.25O. those
Starke, was among
of his early
along with your record of indictments Probably that part troller In the first primary will regIster of the state farm Including the col- I
home life on a farm his obedienceto FOR FILL LIVING students of the Citizens Military a
MOTTO
IKE AMOS and warrants In state their approval of Amos In the ored servants from Mr. Blltch'ahome
FIRES SHOT AT courts which you have refused to tie teachings! of his parents who second. The way to live Is to do what Training Camp at Ft. Screvena.

of peers.". were conservative, thrifty peopleof you want to do Just aa much aa Ga., who were appointed student
Avon Park, June 20.-Advised of face before a Jury your officers of their respective companies
extraction, him the able. You do what
friends to pay no German gave you are can va'tetul. I wish to say further
an Impending whispering campaignon "I urge my CARCKOFTH.\NKSI yesterday. Ha wall appoint. C I l
rugged foundation for his later activities want to do better than what
to last minute rumors, I: you that af eflccting upon the result -
personal matters, J. M. Lee today attention stated. -What Mr. Amos ..-for his career of rapid attainment .. -- .- i 1 you hate to do. American Mag- I ol election, I really feel ed to serve as student 1st. Lieutenant wr1t
wired to Ernest, Mr.' Lee I of "A" The selection f
a challenge Company.
devol lon to public I I
and what for his all who tazlne., that have favored voting
I I refuses to face me with, wish to thank were I you me by I <
Amos to meet him on the platform was made on the baala of per'r '
magnificlent organization of welfare and his understandingof thoughtful and klrd to me during me out of the office; at the r ; '
to | hU
discuss to I I and
personal records face i folks. sonality personal appearance, d iw.
examinershasn't the problems of every day and time I feel that I be of
lac > $114.000 worth of bark my past Illneis.: The flowers C.Utll OPTIIlMtH! same can 1
Lee'steifgram and
quote like a man. Mr. all h's knowledge of military drill 4t
follows I been able to pnduce In the In his own career and kind:: wishes: 1\cre a great help tome I I ___ greater assistance to my friends t.a,, j

'Letters and teUegrams: pouring I open forum of public opinion Is not public activities: Mr. Sholtz he bas and been cheeredby ably and I certainly appreciate the I wish to thank my friends that now, than I could have been, had I citizenship.Mac Davis will be remembered

into I my office from friends In I worthy of consideration by any assisted the happy by family life which revolves friendship! of all. I stood by 'me so loyally, and voted remained tax assessor. aa one of the younger set of Starka 1)
Georgia I voter. Mrs. M. H. Jonea.Leeaburg for on June 7th. To those that Sincerely yours, local
saying your agents com )- around his wife, three devoted me and a popular member of the
log : "1 have not whispered at my agalnat me, I wish to say E. W. Hayes. '1
itate for incidents my private children ,anda" modest, yet S voted high school atudent body. Ha la
record please answer me' these opponent. And if I whisper or my tasteful and comfortable home -B. D. Hams Funeral that I hold no grievance or 111 will weU liked by his fellow trainees. ? s

question: I friends! whisper, pay no attentionto those which he own In Daytona Beach. Home added ambulance to their towards you. The voters hereto- 'Miami Catherine Henry plansto '

"First-Are you endeavoring at I It. We stand or: fall on of Mrs. Sholt .. a charming bos- equipment. fore have been very generous and erect $150,000: hospital near Miami Atlaa Drug Co.. capitalized r

ibis late hour to secure Informationfrom Issues that can. stand the. light (Continued on page four.) Arcadia New federal building kind to me, for which I am Indeed business section. at 13,000 granted charter. '<

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Brantley and daughter Virginia, Mrs. J. L Johns and daughter, Es- day. Miss Reba Raulerson. called on. bet Uoundtree
s were the guests of Mrs. G. C. Edwards sie, Mr. E. A. !Sapp.; Mr. and Mrs. Fonso .Griffls of Mrs J. L Starling Monday. Miss Herbert Herzog R .
SANDY LANE Johnson. Edgar Fauih.l
WOODLAWN
Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johns, Lawtey, were the guests of Mr. Luccille Grlfia called on Mrs. .1. Sinclair Bryant ., ,.

Minn Ln>ne Grrrn Cor. Mrs. Katie Sellers of Lawtey, Messrs. Howard Thomas, Lamar Miss Debbie Phillip, Cor. and :Mrs. H. D. Tyler Tuesday.Mrs. L. Starling Monday.Mr Mr. and Mrs. M.and B.Wilbur .s Up.
was the guest of Mrs. C. C. Brart- Butler, Bud Moody and Cleve Bran- B. Waldon was the guest other and Mrs. !o1. L. Thompsonand Mr. and Mrs. J. Hlgh: It u
F.
White
Miss Hazel Johns spent last ley Sunday. nen were business visitors in Lake parents, Mr and Mrs. A. C. children and Mamie Thompsonall Mrs. C. U. Crews Mr last
!ofr. C. C. Brantley was the guest Butler afternoon. Mr. and \It, ,
Saturday .- Sumner Thursday morning. called on Mr. and Mrs. R. C
week with .Mlsa Pauline and Loti' Mrs J. S. Norman and daugh- Thomas Espy, Mr. and
of Mr. A. T. Mersereau Monday. Mos of the farmers have been Miss Viola I Griffia Mrs. J' T'',
Tyler were visiting Sunday.
ti' reno Green. ters, Mesdames L. R. Denmark and Young.
t : Miss L.lzzie Harnage was the very busy carrying produce to Wade Gaskins were the guests of Mrs. B. Waldon Thursday.Mr. B. J. Cavanaw of I'alatka

} guest of Miss Lorene Green Sunday Jacksonville for the past few Mrs Jim Hersey of Starke Mon A. C. Sumner and eon, this place last Friday. v ,In
I DOUBLE RUN weeks. crockett, were business visitors in
t afternoon. day afternoon. Pressing Farms Carl Ritch was in St.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Augl""ne
G. and
,:. Mrs. Rosa Stanley was the guest Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Strickland Jacksonville Friday. last Friday visiting friends
of her mother, Mrs, W. C. Clemons ]Mina Doota prawn Cor children were visiting In our sec of Wlldwoodj were the guests ot Mr. W. A. Tyler and family Miss Lula Ullkerson, Cor. Hazel May Richard,
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tion -
f'-- Sunday afternoon.
were business in Double "ar
.t Sunday relatives here last week. visitors old daughter of Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. M. MrJoe,
Mr and Mrs. Raleigh Conner and F. Wigginswere Rev. C. A. of fill Run Friday.Mrs .
r Mrs. O. L. the Crosby Rising Richard of Okahumpka
was
Kersey guest Is
children: were visiting Mr. and Mrs. of Mrs. O. X* Brown Sunday afternoon Saturday business visitors afteinoon.in Jacksonville ed his regular appointment at the W. j\.. Tyler and family Mrs. May O'Qutnn was visiting Ing several weeks as the guest ap.al.|

r ';''fl' Leroy Norman Saturday afternoon. We Baptist church here Sunday. were visiting Mrs H. D. Tyler Sat her mother, Mrs. J. E. Knight Sat- her grandmother: of this plac,' ?(
'i Miss RebEL Green spent Saturday Miss Ola\ Mae Andrews the are very sorry to report that Miss Debbie Phillips and Mrs urday afternoon. urday afternoon Mrs. Rosa Johnson
was Mrs. Reddish and ,
Andrews Is laugh
:;r night and Sunday with Miss guest of TdlsH Freda Brown Sat- had to be removed to the sick and O. J. Phillips were visitors to Mr. O. T. Nelson was a business' Mr. and! Mrs. Nelson Prescottand ter, Mrs. Thelma Richinson lOll
hospitalat visitor In Starke
Genevieve Sanders. urday night. Green Cove Springs Friday.Mr. Saturday. son. Earl, were visiting Mr. eon of Miami are ..
I Gainesville. We all wish her a :Mr. George Rivers made a business spending a *(
and and Mrs. Iltere
Saturday 1 Mr. Marvin Johnson was the and Mrs. Oscar Carter E. Wilkerson Wednesday with :Mrs. Johnson's br..t
speedy tncj
t I, recovery Simeon Phillips were visitors to trip to Jacksonville Tuesday. afternoon. arid family N, T.
guest of Mrs. Amy Wilmot Satur- Mr. and Mrs. I Ritch.
R. S.
Johns of Lake
cousins, Mils Hazel and Ida Mae Jacksonville Sunday. Miss Dorothy Swanbom was visIting Mr. Jim Lenzle was visiting Mr Quiet bit
i day night and Sunday. a of sweet
Butler corn ,
Johns. I Miss called were visiting his father, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C L. Hilliard vis- Miss Jennie Tyler Sunday E. L. Wilkerson Saturday. vegetables Mother

There was a largo crowd who I Mills Boots Virginia Brown Brantley Saturday night on Mack. Johns here Sunday afternoon ited Mrs. Milliard's parents, Mr afternoon. u...... 'AT".. ..bur .d A very Y.U"6'..._i_..". from the local are loading beingf1l1l"e,1--plain) ,;

attended, church at Union Saturday and Sunday. and Mrs. H. Byrd at Raiford Sun- Mr. Winton Sumner was the were vlniting Mt. Harry Wilkerson this week. um

and Sunday. Mrs. J .L. Johns and daughter, I guest of Elbert Tyler Sunday. Saturday night.Mr. .
Miss Willie\ Mae Johns called on
Misses Mildred and Audrey Nor Minn Inez Kersey Sunday morning. Essie were visiting Mr. and Mrs.R. day.Walter Lee of Wildwood, spent Arthur Swanbom was the. guest Walter Wlttfeldt was visitIng Mr. and Mra. J. B. Kit.. mcj

I man were the guests of Miss Bessie Mr. Harry Edwards called on H. Greene Sunday afternoon. Sunday here at the home of Mr. of Elbert Tyler Sunday evening. Mr. John Wilkerson Friday. af family were i la Raiford TUBH( H\

Lee Sunday afternoon.GREENWOOD. Miss Lois Judd Saturday night. I Mr. ,Martin Saltier of Raiford I and Mrs. M. Rosier. Elbert Tyler was a business visitor ternoon.Mr. .Mr. E. B. Andrews G. C Sapp

.-- j Mr. and Mrs. E. Wilmot i was I and Miss Essie Sapp were transacting Messrs. W. H. Norman and D. in Double Run Monday.ROSEDALE and Mrs. W. M. Wlttfeldt John McCormick were attending

visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.. business in Gainesville Saturday L. Phillips attended the political --. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. L court Miss last Werdna week In Lake Butle
afternoon. '. and Georgia Kellv
meeting at Starke Monday eve- Wilkeruon Friday afternoon.
George Johnson of Starke Sunday nnd Mr.
.Miss Hazel Turner was visiting I Edgar Faulkner W.T m
night. ning.C. Mrs Ida Prescott and son.. Earl
1111. I:nsmairne Prlncle., Cor. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Tyler and In Lake Butler Saturday after- L. Hilliard and daughters, were visiting Mrs. Victoria blonds ;Jacksonville John Sunday It. Drew afternoon

family were visiting her mother, noon. Misses Juanita and Geneva, were ]Mini tnrllle Grlffl., Cor. Saturday.
Mrs. O. L. Brown Friday. visitors to Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. Mr. Nelson Prescott, Mr. Henry Funeral services for J. B i matt

Mrs. C. A. Pringle and children Miss Era Edwards! was the guest E. C. Johns and son Clyde, Honda, Mr. John Wilkerson were 53, who died at his home here Monday

spent last Friday at the State of Mary and Lois Judd Sunday. RISING were visitors to Starke Tuesday. There was a delightful chicken I business visitors in Jacksonville morning were held from the

Farm visiting Mrs. L. E. Moseley. Mss Inez Kersey was the guest afternoon. supper given at the Stag Ranch Saturday. Baptist church Jn Lake Butler

:. 1* E. Moseley, Jr., Is spending of Miss Freda Brown Sunday afternoon Mr. II. HI. "'no.., for. Miss Carrie Belle Norman was last Wednesday night. Among Mr and Mrs. Leonard Prevatt Tuesday at two o'clock. Burial was
this week with his aunt and uncle the guest of her aunt, Mrs V. R. those present were Peter Burney, were visiting her mother, Mrs. E. at the Dekle cemetery of Lake Buter. .

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pringle. Mr. Leo Edwards was a visitor Reddish of Lawtey last week. Bill Harrell Vernon Rowe, Fonso L. Wilkerson Saturday night, The widow, Mrs. Anna O

.:'" Mr. and Mrs, Luther Hillard of ID this section Sunday afternoon.Mr. Mrs. A. J. Johnson and daughter Griffis, Hallie Jones, Howard Miner Misses Melba and Myrtle Knight Drew, and four'sons, and four

.'" Woodlawn, spent the week-end Joe Brantley called on Miss Thelma and Dorothy of Miami, Dutch Harley Hubbard Harley, were visiting Miss Lula Wilkerson daughters, Hazel', Lois, Louise

'> here visiting her parents: Mr. and Boots Brown Sunday. were visiting Mrs. Zary Crawford '1 VE MILE Pat Griffis, Dan Harley, A, C. Saturday night. Joyce; sons, Bryan, Jessie, Hur-

;;'l Mrs. Steve Starling. I Remember the three weeks re- Wednesday. Pearce, Walter Wittfeldt, Claude I Mr. Theodore and Lonie Crews bert Drew survive. Mr. Drew tins

?,f Mr. R. L. Thomas, Jackson and vival at Suxton beginning June Mr. N. C. Mott and mother, Mrs. Mr. P. P. Ilrfclr, Cnr. Rowe. All reporetd a very fine were visiting Mr. John Wilkerson been an employee of the state farm
::1 W, S. Rivers spent the week-end 26th. Mary Mott of Heilbronn Election time. Monday morning.Mrs. for years and has one brother Rich.

''a here with Mr. and Mrs. Waldo were vlsitng relatives here Friday. Mr. David Manning called ,on E. L. Wilkerson were visit- ard Drew, who Is also with the

'X Prlngle. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner were J. H. White hurst arrived Sun-, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Grtffls Friday ing her daughter, Mrs. Victoria Institution at this time.

t'. Mr. and Mrs. Pill Pitman and visiting Mrs. J. W. Drlggers in day for a short visit with relativesand afternoon. Monda! Monday afternoon I .

', Mrs. Joe moseley of Jacksonville, VANDERBILT Pine Level section Tuesday.Mrs. friends here.. He left Tues- Mrs.\ D. Jones and Mr. J. L Star- Miss! Myrtle Knight, Miss Lula Jacksonville -- Eenlarged and

""i i were visiting their aunt, Mrs. Daisy Olive Rae Parks of Jacksonville day for Waycross, Ga, where he ling and Mr, and Mrs. Wesley Harris Wilkerson Were visiting Mrs. remodeled Rose Shop, 314.316 Main

MI'rlngle, Monday.Mr. Carrie Fell Norman, Cor. spent Thursday night with wilt enter the Railroad hospital and little daughter, Mertice all Monds Monday afternoon.Mrs. street, opened for business.!

C., A. Pringle and two sons, Mr and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. I treatment. Mrs. Whitehurst and were visitors to Black Creek Sun- Mable Tyre were visitingher Pahokee Work underway ,on

Earl and J. C., and L, E. Moseley Miss Lillian Kelly and brother, Mr. Lawton Crawford and Carl children accompanied him and will day.Mfr. mother, Mrs. J. E. Knight Mon- new post office building tobe_ !II'
spent the week-end In Brycevllle Norman of Jacksonville were vlslt- I visit relatives in Ludowicl, while R. M. Prevatt called on Mr. Gated near Bacom Point and Pn
J. K. of
't.' Corinth and Miss Muriel day.Mr.
visiting relatives. ,. I Silcox of Stark( were the dinner Int relatves here Thursday.Mr. he Is being treated at the hospital. I and Mrs. R. c.. Griffis Friday af- Wilbur Knight was the guest bol
>)f -. S guN'l1.' of Miss Lubedla Alvarez Walter Sibley of Pine Level, Mr. Carver and Mr. Smith of Jasper I ternoon. of Miss LVla Wilkerson Sunday, I aytona Beach -- II. Gross rn.
I Sunday. was visiting here Saturday. were here Sunday and Mon Miss Lucille Grlffis was visitingMiss night. -- --
.t Mrs. H. M. McRaa and children Rauleraon
Rev. J. L. Norris of Lacrosse, day.Mr Ruby Sunday. ; -.--a-I
f HAMPTONA filled his the spent the week-end with Mr. and and Mrs. P., P. pekle had as Miss Ruby Rauleraon called on
regular appointment
I Mrs. T. N. Norman In Vanderbilt guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Miss Lucille Griffia Sunday after ,
.f ] AdA N""m.... ('...r.it past weekend.Mr. RAIFORD -
section.Mr. Proctor, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Dekle noon. l
Charles D. Alvarez of Geor-
and Mrs. J. D. Dobbs of Miss Vlda. Dekle of Lake Butler, Mrs. J. L. Starling called on
gia, Is spending a while with his Red Kerce Cor.
Raiford were Mr. and Miss Blume, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Griffis after
Mlna Edna Rhames, who has been parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Al- visiting Mrs.B. Josephine Sunday
.it' Visiting friends and relatives in varez. M. McRae Sunday afternoon. Mrs. M. P. Dekle, Ressie Carletonand noon. tahsTRAOt

St. Augustine, returned to her Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Crosby and Miss Ida Mae Lewis is spending Dennis Argo. Mr. Walter Wittfeldt and Mr. A chicken: supper and dance was
a few at Heilbronn with her Earle and Juanita Proctor are a
home here last Sunday. son, William\ spent Sunday with days Earnest Raulerson called on Mr given last Friday night in honor
i Mr. .and Mrs. Haynes, daugh cousin, Misa Mary Mott.C. spending this week here with their Buck Griffls Sunday afternoon '
their daughter, Mrs. Jennie Maude 'of Mrs. C. U. Crews and Mra.: MARK Raa.
Father's In C. Crosby and Arthur McRae aunt, Mrs. P. P. Dekle.
'f ters celebrated Day, Norman.A Mrs. Ellen Norman and little Thomas Espy at the home of Mr.
honor of their father last Sunday. I made a business trip to'Jackson PentacostM services were con- daughter, Cleo, spent the week-end
'k k large crowd of this section attended and Mrs Ira T. Young. Piano and
A large dining table was arranged the singing convention at ville Monday. ducted Sunday afternoon at the with Mr. and Mrs. R,, C. Griffls. violin music was furnished by J. J.
in the shade of a large sturdy oak North Pleasant Grove Sunday. Mr. Halle of Starke, was transacting home of Mr. and Mrs Ben F. Mrs. Joe Hodge called on Mrs Farrley and Mark Tomlin. Every
table business in this section Mon Rev. Klnsey of Jacksonville For lazy liver stomach! and
that stands In the yard. The Messrs"Wilbur and Barney Par- Gainey. R. C. Griffls Friday. one seemed, to enjoy themselves.
( was draped In whIte linen, on rlsh and sister, Beatrice of Mana- day.Mr assisted Rev. Sykes In the TJrs. Bertha Grlffis and little Those that attended were: Miss kidneys biliousness, indigestion -
t 1 and Mrs. D. M. McRae and services. Much Interest was manifested constipation head.
which was beautifully arranged ,
weekend
tee spent the past with daughter and Mrs. O. Griffis and Lucille Edwards, Susie Johnson,
,ti baked chicken, salads, meats of friends little son, Jack, of Lake City, were r and Mr. B. F. Duke'gaveground ache, colds and! fever.
and relatives of this com- little daugher all called on Mrs.E. Alimeta Ritch, Aileen Ritch, Werdna -
different kinds, with several kinds visiting relatives here Sunday af for the establishment of a
munity. M. Raulerson Saturday and Georgia Kelley; Messrs. lost and 3S of cake and every kind of rats Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp of Starke ternoon. 'church of that faith. __ _
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'l that It takes to make an enjoyable spent the past week-end with Mrs.Sapp's Mrs. A. H. Hutchinson'and Mrs.G. O. P. DeWe Mr. and Mrs. Dana -.--==- -,_: ---- ,-= _.
'v;$ dinner. This delightful affair R. Alvarez and! children were L. Duke visited relatives and --P iI-, Pnlll.nl'.Ipmt. ;
parents Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
came as a surprise to Mr. and Mrs. Alvarez. visiting Mrs. H. M. McRae Sun friends In Cooter Pond Sunday af

Haynes. When they were Invited day afternoon. ternoon. I ." .,
1 to dinner they were ushered byoneof Miss Ida Mae Norman and Miss Mr. and Mrs. M4 P. Dekle visit

'f+ the daughters ,to the Marie Alvarez of Vanderbilt sec- ed her mother, Mrs.. W. D. Dukesone WORDSARE

o tables beneath the beaUtitul// IIIUU.ANU1'1rll. tion wgre visiting Misses Audreyand day last week.

of their! favorite! tree Frank Bless 'or. Vesta McRae Sunday after- Mrs. Tommie Waters, Mr...and..-
nave always admired. Those wno I I noon. Mrs. Cebron Dukes visited ineiraunt

participated in this delightful affair James Norman returned! home Mrs. Della Terry who l Is quite NO SUBSTITUTEFOR

were: Mrs. T. J, Thomas, Mrs. Mrs. Leila Norman, of Lawtey Is Saturday after spending two weeks ill at the home of her nephew,

C. P. Sasser and daughter, Miss spending a few days here this week with his uncle and! aunt, Mr. and Richard G'over. OLD-FASHIONED ;
Clara May of Valdosta Ga., Mrs. with her daughter, Mrs. George Mrs. J. J. Morgan at Gulf Ham- K. P. Dekle was a business visitor
:: Ethel Simmons and son, Thomas, Wilkerson. mock. to Jacksonville Wednesday.

.j of Petersburg, Va., Mr P. J Pearce Quite anumber of our folks enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Driggers and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Parrish, Willie HONESTY

'of and family of Starke and Mrs. I1. a swim at Sandy Drain Sunday children left last Thursday for Ft. Parrish and family .visited relatives

:f B. Hunt of Hampton. afternoon.Mr. Myers where they will make their in New River section Sun

>.a, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Oglesby, who and Mrs. M. Carter and! chil- home for a while. day. Meet: Ernest Amos, a quiet gentleman who has made an
Sun-
have been located in the Christian dren spent Friday at Clay Hill! with Mr. Ernest Norman of Gainesville Mrs Betty Simpson spent enviable record a* Slate Comptroller daring. the meet trying

,;; parsonage, have removed to the friends and relatives. spent Sunday here with his day with the Misses Blume. period in Florida' financial history.
:McDonald residence on Main street. The Evangelistic Brotherhood of parents ,Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Norman Mr. Argo was a week-end guest

,t ". Rev. McGauley will preach' at Jacksonville\ held services here of Mr. and Mrs. L.G. Johnson. Your State Comptroller i i. the man who keep Florida' finance

: the Baptist church next Sunday Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Mr. Elbert Gloover was calledto Mrs. J. L. Simpson, Misses Ida. straight. His office i i. second in importance only to that of

t morning and evening. Nelson Green spent Tuesday the bedside of Mr., Glover's and Winnie Blume were shoppingIn the Governor. It U a huge job involving State tax collections,

'I Mrs. P. B. Hunt was shopping in here visiting her mother., Mrs. father Monday, who is very 111 at Worthington assisted Wednesday.P. Mr. Mizell payment of all State bill and obligation, and membership of

9' Starke last Monday. II. C. Wtmberly. i his home in Starke. P. Dekle 'Tuesday and various official boards. He U advisor, bat not dictator of State
'. A rii'J.: I. Tucker and children, Mrs. U. Manning and children Mrs. E. J. Lewis Is spending a to repair his mill banking affairs. 1

i Misses Annie Laura and Lillian and spent the week-end here. with rela- few days with Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Wednesday of last week. Make I a Note of f
and D. L. Duke were lookIng -
tives. B. L. Because Ernest Amos ha been unwilling to neglect these
:Master Monroe Tucker are IIp n.l- Mott in Heilbronn section.

G I ing the week In Macon, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wilkinson, Mr.I I Miss Gertrude DeLacy of Ft. after business In Lake Butler important duties to campaign in his own behalf his political These Facts. .
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r.s, Sheriff Epperson of Starke, was /and Mrs. Frank Bloss and children Myers is visiting Misses Vera Lee Saturday.I Renfroe spent Monday enemies call him "old-fashioned."
r' an official visitor here this week. and Mrs. R. Manning motored over and Irene Lewis. I Claude ERNEST, AMOS
> here. But somehow we believe that you will find this old-fashioswd
11 1 J. V. Jones has recently recover- to Starke Saturday afternoon. Mr. Russell Norman of Vander.
Ved and repaired his large two story Messrs. Elisha\ Truby and Dolph bilt spent Saturday night with Al- Julian Dekle and Claude Varnes honesty and devotion to duty so refreshing in a public official lias sponsored practically every Important -
store building on Griffls bert Norman. visited their grandfather, Rev. S'1 that you'll want to keep Ernest Amos ia office. reform la Florida's banking
i'4 were visitors in this section S. Proctor Monday. law*.
Sunday.C. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman had Blume was shopping His enemies have attacked him with malkiou falsehoods. ..
', D. Marr spent the weekendIn as dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and Miss In Josephine Lake Butler Monday.SAXTOIV with thousand of words, but net one word of truth about lias tried !. vain to have Let-Ma
tam other banking
i treet.g Starke. Mrs. F. M. White, Mr. and Mrs Ernest Amos. I regalatlons.pass stronger,
Mr. Elzle Griffls spent several B. M. McRae Mr. and Mrs. II. M.
Minn Virginia days In Lawtey last week with McRae and children all of this section Word are no substitute for oU-fashioneJ honesty. Bat Has ben a stanch advocate ef a

relatives. and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dobbs, : there i is an old-fashioned saying thai "The man who make Workmen's Compensation Law.
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Rev. James Strickland will fill Lonnie Dobbs and sister Willie Miss June Tyler, Cor. the most noise ha the most to hide." Ernest Amos' 'opponent Has made an enviable record In

Miss Era Edwards was visiting his regular appointment here Sun- Mae Dobbs. I make a lot of noise. |I' handling Florida's State banking

Miss Virginia Brantley Wednesday day morning. Everybody invited Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hutchinson Your State afaln during a mod critical period.
to attend. i and Miss Eleanor Conner were Comptroller mast have a record that's a* clean asa
evening. Mrs. Maggie Prevatt of Double hound' tooth. He must be efficient. And above 'all lie Ha reopened 58 closed hub-by
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Conner
Miss Virginia Brantley was the vlstlng Run, was the guest of Mrs. H. D. mast be .honest. Just remember ku.d 'm- failures
,. guest of Misses! Boots and Freda Sunday afternoon.Mr. I that there i is only erne good t turning 58
> Brown Sunday. Lester and Floyd Crosby Tyler Tuesday.Mr. I of honesty. ,the old-fashioned, Ernest Amos kiad. into _
I H. D. Tyler of Lawtey was .aLsC!
II NEW RIVER made a business trip to Jackson
Mrs.
Pearl Grlffis was visiting II
I .JHev. visiting Mrs. Carl Prevatt of Law
Mrs. Carl Jackson Saturday. Mlaa Ea.lo aaa. Car. I ville Friday. tey Tuesday. I VOTE FOR
,; Misses Ola Mae Andrews and | Don't forget the preaching ser- Mr. O. T. Nelson attended to : .3 OPPONENT
Ruth vice next at
Brantley were visiting in Saturday and Sunday
business In
Starke Wednesday af I
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Starke Sunday. Hemingway filled his regu Corinth church. B. Y P. U. every ternoon. ERNEST AMOS\ A :timber of the Ixf blatare did
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Andrews Sunday night. K.
lar appointment at the Baptist Miss Dorothy Swanbom was the I to farther constructive setjslaiton. -
were the guests of her Mr. .
parents church Sunday morning and eve- e guest of Miss Viola Tyler Wednesday '

+, and Mrs. J. M. Hersey Sunday. ning. St. Augustine Aviles Grill op- evening.Mr. I' FOR STATE COMPTROLLER A* him or write to Tallahaasee for
; Doris Gaffoey has returned home Among those who were trans ened for business on Aviles street. Cooper Bryan and Mr. W. R nh) vote.on Workmen's Compensation
i after spending several days withY acting business In Starke Saturdaywere Leeaburg- Economy Store mov Dixon of Vanderbilt were visitorsIn and Tax Certificate Foreclosure

her grandmother, Mrs. J. M. Herey. : Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Moody ed to 109 W. Main street. our section Sunday.Mrs. i/gu..F: >ORmM, Asaoe. -.mp>>ltfa Committee:: ........ u.

tad children Mr. Jay Moody. Mr. Winter Haven Quality Fruit W. R. Swanbom was they
Mrs. J. S. Andrews, Mrs. C. C. Frank Tomlinson Mr. (PaW Political Advertisement) !
G. W. Sapp. Corp., granted charter reeecenU guest of Mrs. H. D. Tyler Tues-

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on a combination honeymoon and aboard a steamer cnroute from tors at China Grove church Tues by their sister, Mrs. Hattie Bran- Mrs. R. H. Green were quietly mar- i
business trip which took him to New York to Miami by a ruse, then day night. ried at the home of the bride's '
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs Cuba Haiti Dominican Republic, robbing ant beating her liren- Mrs. Janle Green and children of I. nen.Smily rinholster of Jacksonville. parents Sunday afternoon. They y

Porto RU i, Virgin Islands, Lee nan said he n!"d Mrs Yengrer took Miami are spending a while in and Snm Tillis of Clearwater. were were both of this lie, .Ion. Rev. O. ,
ward and Windward Inlands. Trinidad I 'everal drinks) together that he Starke with her father I,( visiting friends and relatives here ,
French, British ant Dutch )lozed off. woke \ip to find $100 Mrs. En-ma: Boree and children Sunday. E. McGauley performed the ceremony -
Guiana I' :ra. Balria and Rio Brazil missing and wicstied, with the spent Sunday with her father Mr. inrre'ncy-Crcen I I
LIVE STATE NEWS Montevideo Uruguay and woman attempting to get his mon Math Griffis. Mallle Surrcncy, son of Mr. and ---+-
Buenos Aires, Argentina. ey. Physicianswho( examined 2.113. Miss Cherry Harrell spent Sun- Mrs. A. B. Surrency and Miss Lo- Miami Stratum Motors. Inc.. i

I Yenger reported finding bruises on day at Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Galney. rena Green, daughter of Mr. and granted charter ,Si i
Bontfay--Mrs. Kate Peters yesterday her body. The alleged attack occurred -I Mr. and Mrs. J. 10::. Newton and ._ b
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was ordered held under March, 5. Julia Tinon of Starke, spent a few ,
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES $1,000 bond for grand Jury actionon days In Georgia with friends and I 1::; 4s: ,
I _._. a charge that she fatally stab relatives. I .fit
bear
Bay Lake A large black
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.... bed a neighbor, Mrs. Leila Wilson weighing about COO pounds: was Mrs. Emily Gli son of Starkewas Spend Your Vacation at MIAMI
i p rt Myers--W. Asby Jones'of, Winter Haven-The chamber of two weeks ago. Mrs. Peters testified killed early Saturday morning by called to her mother's bedside The Millionaire's Playground with prices that fit '
the tty realized his life ambition commerce the Exchange and Rotary in her own defense at a preliminary Arthur Kingaley, who In company I at New Smyrna Sunday. verybody's Pocketbook! ?'
his 100th clubs and the American hearing before Holmes I
when he caught Leg-; with his brother Clarence Kings- Rev. McGauley of Brooker visited
her J oearwaterThe' Ion are sponsoring a Polk county, County Judge James R. Carswell. ley, and his cousin Ardis Hobklrk Mr. Math Griffis of Starke Sun The world's bait golf courses: with green fees at 50c a i {
tarp _____ Fourth of July celebration here She described the stabbing with a had been frogging and alligator day afternoon.We day ; Gulf Stream Fishing at lowest prices ; Free Bathing '
L.. Pmellas cowls. with sports events and 'band con I butcher knife as accidental, and hunting on the Ockiawaha! liver I all are glad to hear that Mrs. Beaches ; Three Free Band Concerts Weelky! f r c
bas decided to borrow certs featured on the all-day said it occurred during a scuffle I
board
t u hool program While on their way home to Bay Llllie Coleman is up again.) Hope HOTEL RATES LOWEST EVER QUOTED't''
June payrollsto that climaxed a quarrel. She did
$12,000, to meet Lake, with the sack of frogs In she will soon be attending church
the school teachers. not say what led up to the scuffle the early morning they were In- again Single rooms with private hath : $1.50 and $2.00 '
St. Petersburg-Assessed valua- tercepted by the bear who seemed : Double rooms with private hath : $2.00 and $2.50 )
:N. w symrnae city zoo has tion of St. Petersburg property will -- interested in the noise coming from Prices for meals also in keeping with the times V ; '
deer born In captivity of a be 33 1-4 percent under 1931 fig Wauchula
n a --Eight barrels of frog the sack of frogs. As Arthur turn- BROOKBR t'
capt.ve doe. It la: the second to ures. It was announced by City legs were shipped out of here to ed the flashlight to nee what
be born at Ibe zoo here and increases Manager W. M. Cotton today following northern markets, in the last week strabge beast was near them In the HUMrrit Gainer, Cur.Miss HOTEL LEAMINGTON
the herd to five. receipt of preliminary fig- --the largest week's shipment In brush the bear decided to move
ures from City Assessor C. Done- some time. Frog hunters have aside. Seeing the broadside of the MIAMI\ \ -NE First< Street and Third Avenue
rllmpalIarbormaster Perry O.Val' hoo after a city wide-re-appralaaf. been busy with spring truck and enormous animal and realizing thatIt Hazel Morgan spent last (Tiring a copy of thin newspaper with you and obtain special rates t''
\ has announced a reduction ,' citrus crops and have only now resumed was a bear, Arthur grabbed the week In Sampson City with her m on sight-seeing trips and tickets to Miami's best theatre)
,111 tee charged ships entering the Belle Glade--A twomonthsoldwhite operations. Conditions are gun loaded with buckshot for alligators couHln, Miss DoHhtu Smith.
port here The maximum fee will baby whose body was found more favorable now with plenty of and fired striking the Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Crosby of I;.
b, <;10 hereafter Instead.of $20. floating in the Hlllsbnrough canal rain and Indications are that bear In the side.. This only anger. Jacksonville, are spending a few __-.-. he,
here, came to Its death from an creasing activity will mark the In-I ed the beast and he charged the days here with her parents, Mr. .V. H. .
The pastor of: the unknown cause-and a ,'ksonville( dustry here the next few boys again and again. They finally -
Itiv rslde Avenue Christian church : unidtentlfled persons, a coroner's Last year shipping started June 23 felled him after four more Miss G. Prescott' of Lacrosse' You'll never know how good .
ncri, has announced that he will jury decided here Wednesday. The and more than 100,000 pounds of charges of number 4's as they had spent the weekend here with her a cigar can be until you ;
not mention money to his congregation : child's Identity was not learned. frog legs went out between that run out of buckshot. I counxin, Miss Audrey Polk n wt rl
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once. during the summer i date and last April 1. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Redd are the have smoked a ..-.'
season Stuart Fire> f undertermined proud parents of n baby boy born ,
__ origin yesterday destroyed the Saturday, June 18 .
Jacksonville WAS8e
-- Countering the .
B. B. Batch- : Gulf Refining Company wholesale 11011 DRAIN
Petersburg Mrs Bell Thomas and daughter
St charge of Mrs. W. C. Yenger, reputedly -
hcKier! ran his automobile Into a'' warehouse here. Thirtythreedrums prominent New York so- Miss Cherry. Hiirrrll Cor. Anna Belle, are spending this week (VOW 6 i r'Ik' '
parked car owned by H. O. Anthon, of gasoline exploded but no ciety woman that he robbed and here with friends: and relatives. Ik'' s r ME SIZE ;
arrested and retained one was hurt. Favorable wind and MORSA
a lawyer He was attacked her with the assertion The farmers around here are HAVANA
Anthon to defend him. prompt fire department action pre that Mrs. Yengor robbed him Mrs. Callie Galney and daughter, very busy now gathering corn and I IJ. r
vented damage to six large stor- Charles Brennan was sentenced to spent Thursday with mother and watermelons.Mrs. Del$htfu1u.l MILD tC '
of agetanks filled
Pensacola Representatives with gasoline. six months In jail today. Bren family. J. J. Morgan and Mrs.

Ue, Women's Good Government vote nan a bell boy at the exclusive Mr. and 'Mrs. Giddens and. sons, Joseph Stewart were visiting Lewis Cigar Mfg. Co., Newark, N. J., Makers
ungue existed In the primary Miami-V. E. Chenea of New Boca Raton club was said to have : Mr. Dan. Boree and Mr. George friend" and relatives in Lake Butler -
here June 7. Their charges are York left here by plane recently entered Mrs. Yenger's stateroom I Carter'' of Jacksonville were visi They were accompanied home i GAINESVILLE CANDY CO.. Gainesville Fla.R .

being investigated by the county -- - --- -_-. .-.-___ = "-----I
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.""mml..._u._Mloners.._. -
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R syiya6 a }ptc p
Fort Pierce-Given his choice of SiX CYLiNDERSno
ervlng a jail sentence or rt.turn-: .. '
mi to his home state of Georgia, rkj
Mint Bacon, negro charged with
larceny said: "I donno, jedge one's "
iliout as good as the other." mare-no hiss 'says America J[,

been
Tallahassee There have ,
127 fatal automobile' accidents in ,1i '
Florida so far this year comparedto

14ft motor accident fatalities Since 1st have chosen Chevrolet Sixes than the *
during 1931, an tnsurance company January buyers more
reported here today. .
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ton SarasotaElmer high former school University athletic Ihrlgr of, Braden-directorand Florida combined total of all fours and all eights priced below $1OOQ< f ,

football star has been named ath- h3
letic director at the Rlngling college 4
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/ of fine and liberal arts here.
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Jacksonville =- Federal Judge rf ; Look at what happened when .America began lifting hoods and v
1
loule> W Strum has announced ho she r. rs u 1 yif 4 ; counting cylinders: Overwhelming preference for "SIX CYLINa -

will consider placing on parole s t.'" DERS. No more-No lea.."- A sweeping endorsement of the

any minor person charge pleading of violation guilty of to tho a x aFy 9 c soundness and correctness of the Chevrolet liJ-c 1inder engine! \

prohibition law if it were a first try ,r? r sr i America knows its motor cars. And America knows you can't get B

oflense.! 9 K ryas, $4 d f around these facts about cylinders in n low-priced car: That six isM '

St. Augustine A "learn to <' { Y f ;44 the largest number you can have and still get unexcelled economy t T I.Mi9 k

swim1\ campaign Is under way here 5_. t That six is the fewest you can have and still get built-in smooth I.
sponsored by the Y. M. C. A. and i -, M t nessl I And who wants to sacrifice either of these great factors of I
the St. Augustine Record. The motoring satisfaction? '
campaign is being conducted in the
interest of life saving and public America prefers the Chevrolet Six-because it strikes a happy I gAti;
safety. +r medium between two extremes. It gives economy-the lowest

ar c v operating and upkeep cost of any American car, as proved by :
West Palm Beach-Palm Beach the experience of tens of thousands of owners I It gives smoothness i '

county practical 4-H demonstration club boys will in refores-stage a a the built-in smoothness that makes driving really comfortable ( j rA
a
tation on ten acres of land near e, p effortless, enjoyable! And it gives many other advantages just as) ;

fcere which has been furnished by essential and important as six cylinders. Advantages that no other |
lire. Alfred Kay, wealthy Palm "" low priced car can match. ,
:Bench resident.
winter o
k
,. i i r o. Fisher bodies-big, spacious, luxurious Fiaher bodies-styled in the i l ''j' '
Dnytona 'Beach The annual latest custom mode built solidly and ruggedly to give long service I in ; If Ifr

VoluHia summer frolics will be held O .. '' t'rf'rfr
1 That matchless combination-Free Wheeling And Syncro-Memh ; '
O (
here July 2, 3 and 4 with'. the three- '
lay program featured by boat M -for quick quiet effortless shifting and positive car control. a !

races, Inter-denominational '
an
church' service, children's pageants '" A dependable chassis, whose basic design, has been proved in the i '' ,
a press luncheon and sports events. 1 s "' 0 wwa %l' hands of millions of satisfied owners. i
; g
MiamiFederal Judge Halsted .,, p Such features of riding-comfort as four parallel-mounted springs, j- t ., ;eH s t
L titer believes wives can read "" 't four hydraulic shock absorbers,adequate weight and correct balance I I i i"A

their husbands', minds so he allowed .- s i And new reduced prices-as much as $50 and $55 lower than they {
a wife to testify in court why a f /,
her nusband, who was driving the ; :' -r .t were before! | i' '

cir failed at to the stop"time at an of intersection.the accident s a r Q M ;t4"o. Chevrolet is able to give this value, because Chevrolrt is the world's 1 { ,
va largest producer of motor cars. Largest for three out of the past five I; ,

Jacksonville The Empire I $ I 'ro v ,w, ?i. years! Largest for the first six months of 1932! Firn in value- f ;v, rt

State recently commissioned ship by d f First in sales I f! ;, T j

the state of New. ork. as a trainIng -
vessel for men of the United 4 CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY, DETROIT!: MICHIGANOiriuon +ki
States merchant marine service, lOt Ctnmrtl Motor*
'will\ be In port here ..June 26 and l3't
2T t

FOR GREATEST ECONOMY AND t x
Sanford-Allan W. Stewart pro-
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fe Monal at the Sanford Golf and BUILT-IN SMOOTHNESS: I ;

or Country f the ciu'here will have charge SIX CYLINDERS. NO H.ORI-NO LESS I : t 'lP
golf course at the Methodist .
camp at Lake Junaluska, N. C.. With mar thin llx tyllndtrt you ...,,//lice eco"omy-Wln l!n tl\n P
thin summer. Mrs. Stewart will lie cy/i'flaWf/ you ..
c hat.... ie.charge of the tea room on the Is :
T Ir

Winter Haven-Members of theI1urtda -S.- All price. I. o. b. F1is.t Mi.JJ n. 51-.1..... .y ...wn. \I...... J..,.... ...1.... 9. ;...-' .ii ..-..** C, M. A. C farms, a l >

>: Commercial Secretaries as-
anon will hold their annualc !
wantion here June 23, 24 and J! t
2q :Mark Thatcher, Daytona
BE"; :.h, Is president of the group.
C.H
( interests here are planning.
an ;
entertainment program. I 1 '1N'

imi -Chinamen's ashen, human
blood, snails guinea pigs Ice T.
"f fart. baby alligators chickens\
bees ducks. turkeys cabbage honey TORODE"CHEVR(5LErSTARKE ( CO. I-
bricks and flowers are among
the
articles which have passed :
through the parcel post depart- er
at'nt of the Miami po totrlce l recently. FLORIDA

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FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARVE FLORIDA FRIDAY JUNE ta

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Mrs. L. O. Powell returned Saturday Miss Josle Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. she soys. Bt she manages to give Daytona Beach. Belle Meade Pensacola -; Falrnle Hi. ..
o,
I .fronO'HafdMvlUe! !: ; ft, tSwhefe 'J-.Jl. altos and daughter", Bteui, murh, Um' J.9;JblJd; eUar >toorkan ) Corporation plAna to install 27,290- velopment Co., granted char ',,

) 'she 'his b ,"'fr8ltlog. She Raymond New, George"Hoffman, dis a member of the Daughtersof gallon pressure tank and water cently to enlarge in tea ,

OOII II was accompanied by Minn Pauline Miss M. Preece and Miss Louise American Revolution, United treatment system at Jts develop- business. *

Bits 'ofi Boyd, who Is her guest Brown. ..:H.V. : Daughters of Confederacy, the Order ment south of town. Jacksonville Building ,
I and American p ,u
of Eastern Star
0c 0c I Ladle, and.. -ldf'I1.--J; :. wash I II \ M. S. MET !MONDAY- -- Legion Auxiliary. I Jacksonville May totaled--964,424 Postal accordingto receiptsfor Issued$133,405 here as during May : ,?<;l

i 0D I dresses Cite Stump'n. Sale._,d4 AFTERNOON The three children who with Postmaster H. E. Ross for May 1931.compared to $i. ;-v

cal Nev I I! -* Dave and Mrs. Sholtz make up the _

Stump biff sale !tON on-l>ijfrritt | The Woman's Mloalonary Societyof family circle are Mitchell. five -::;..' VOTE FOR

c value ever.offered to the pub- the Methodist church met Mon years old Caroline, four, and Lois,

? Concerning Our People Butinett and I lic. day afternoon at the church, with three. i R. HUDSON

I __ __.,______ the president, Mrs. T J. Griffin, Like bin home town friends and ..CJ BURR

:;l p, Progress of the County and Town. e: Dr. and Mra. Id. I* Bigg returned presiding?over the business session. co-workers, Mrs. Sholtz believesthe FOR

' e:I ed Monday from a trip through Miss Olive Ray led, the devotional strong showing of Dave In the

iw South Florida. While away they I service, her subject being "Thank- ,
--- -------- -------------- I first primary was due to the way Railroad
Z5Z5 OOU' =CUQuo=oeQ=oouu c CommissionerDemocratic
spent several days in Tampa with fulness. 'The.meetlng was attend. he put his message to the people of
REPORT Mrs. O. L. Beasley returned Sat' C. ed the members Mesdames
3 \\EATIIEK Mr. and Mrs. C. Hoppe. I by following : Florida. '

urday from Tampa, where she visited T. J. Griffin, J. W. White, "He told the people of Florida .J.-- ;; Primary, June 28th

Compiled by Starke Branch, U. her parents, Mr. and! Mrs. ,A. A. Z. Adkins, Jr., entertained a W. E. Middleton, E. S. Matthews, what they have waited a long timeto a ." .... The man whtf, possesses the essential cluaH.

S. Forestry Department.For C. Durden. number of his friends with a birth*.,I I L.. D. Vining G. A Taylor, L. A. hear, some straight, unvarnished ficutions. sound judgment, seasoned e\IIl'r.:

week ending June 21, 1032. day party Saturday evening the 'Davis, W. F. Jones E. K. Ferryman truths about the kind ot government ience and known fairness.He .

Date Max. Min Prcclp Mr. and Mrs. Paul Canova,. Jr., home of his parents, Judge and J. H. Ritch, Misses Olive and they have been putting up (served you,this position from 1903 to 1927. He led ijpponent

June 18 88 68 .76 had as their guests Sunday, Mr. Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. Amelia Ray. \. with," she says. : by 16,443 in the first primary, made a clean campalg
June 16 91 72 .04 and Mrs. R. S. Young: of Jacksonville -------. ; and appeals to the friend, of the unsuccessful candidatesvote
11 92 73 .05 Sholtz, early in his campaign, for him June 28th.
t t June BAPTIST \V. M. S. TO Paid An
._ Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, got away from the old time methods _. .
y June 18 93 70 .06 -- --- ---- MEET MONDAY -- -------- -' -
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Griffla andMr. He
in Florida politics. figured
June 19 91 68 Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Colley of ,
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and Mrs. C. A. Knight attendedthe that the Issues were simple, for
June 20 93 69 Jacksonville, were the week-end The and business Standard
1'' Surrency-Green wedding at I regnjlar...program the most part revolving around Ii UAm.l': r TIRES
.June' 21 91 70 guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Col- meeting of the Baptist W. M.
Brooker Sunday afternoon I around the obligation of the stateto GOODYEARPATHFINDER
Total rainfall for week .91 tn.t ley. S., will be held at the church Monday BARGAIN PRICED
t do Its utmost to help the tax.
--. -- '-- If afternoon,at 330; o'clock. Circle
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan and payer meet the present distressing:' Lifetime Guaranteed
J Kotex 25c Stump' Hale.Mr. Gingham So yd. Slump's Sale
per No. 3 with'Mrs. J. L. Silcox.lealieI' 14 .r l\t&st& Cord Tire
two children, Edward and Charles problems. He went out to the peo. Cash Prices-Mounted
i -a --'- Free29x4.4021
will have charge of.the program
Ray Collcy spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Charles Darby end of Ovledo, have returned to their pie and talked to them in simple t'ul rice |l heck In i -
in Wlldwood. } home after spending several daysat concise English about problems in I O.er.lz. "fl-nrh Hair.. tubct
family of East Orange,*N. J., are
q Mrs. the home of Mrs. N. T. Ritch.I I which they and their wives were ,. 94.79 $4.65 I.OJ
and
guests at the home of Mr.
n Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight were T. J. Griffin. I Interested. He brought politicaland 29x4.50-20 5.35 5.19 .95
economic home to Gr 30x4.50-21, 5.43: :
recent visitors to Jacksonville. prohems ? S.7 I.OJI.I7
Rev. Laurie G. nay ot Green MILLER
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28x4.75-19. ..
them in terms of school book costs, *.33: .,16
Mrs. S. F. Hamrlck has as her Cove Springs! will preach next 29x5.00-19 *.6S 6.45
Boys OicrullM 8o! Slump's Sale. Itu... Ellen lllfifknrlilrr.' C..... the relation of tAxes to rent, the > 1.17
:E& guests her Bon-in-Iaw and daughter Sunday morning at eleven o'clockat 30x5.00-20 __ *.75 ..5S I.))
It cost much to
reasons so own
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Swyner of Penney Farms Memorial.Chapel. ;: 7.30 I.SS
M. D. Bumffainer of Palalka, i His "The'Anchor C land. He exposed what he termed 30x528x8,25.18.7.5,25.20.7.89 7.65 I.)
yk, San Francisco( Calif. subject will be of Friends of Mr. Raymond Clyatt a J
x was a visitor here Sunday. the Soul. "political racketeering" and told 31x5.25-21 _. 8.IS 7.91 I.4J
will be sorry to know that he isn't 30x330x.W._... ... .
... --- what he would do to cure the 4.07 3.95 ..I
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Silver of Atlanta ---- improving very much but we all Rft. Cl. 4.19 4.06
.90
i utate's Ilia when he Is in the
Othma Haynes, Jr., spent Monday Mrs. S. P. Van lvlere and small: gov.
hope be will soon get better. 30x3/O.S.CI. 4.X9 4.16
1 Ga.. and Mrs. II C. Neff of ernor's chair. .90
4 at Raiford with Alec Blake. small of Gn. arrived 31x4 ..
son Augusta, Mrs. Sarah Carlisle and children 7.35 7.09 1.3
Jacksonville, are guests of Mr. and Sunday and will spend! a while with Miss Nettle, Guy and Jim Miss Because of what he said and the 32x4 ... .......... 7-58 7-35 I.JI
3 Col. H. V., attended courtin Mrs. N. Sternberg. way he said it, the people of ;c'NOTEI S
Knight
her Mr. and Mrs G. W.
; parents Ruth Carlton MiT and :Mrs. Henry HEAVY DUTY TRUCK O BUS
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Gainesvillj the first of the week. Alderman. She Florida believed him and expressed Layer of cord fabric
-- Itauutlful' 8 o'clock<< drmut<.1J f 1.00 was accompanied Carlton and children and Miss Ef- that belief at the polls when they No'.. 5 and 6 are cord 30x533x5 .-,,, 15.35 14.87 $1.00
by her sister, Miss Mona Alderman, fie Hancock were the dinner guests breaker strips ,.. .._._ 17.10 I 015.5O a.io3.IO
at -
Mr.: and Mrs. It. C. Richard of Stuinp'M.Mr. gave him a vote that amazed the
who had been visiting her. of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Carlisle last I 32x6. ...... 26.50
p Palatka, spent Wednesday In ----- Sunday.Mr. old time political dopsters.
,Starke. and Mrs. J. W Andrews, Jr., ribbons In his talks to the people he out
Typewriter and carbon
Earl Carlisle was- visitingMr. GOODYEAR VALUE only the world's
and family and Mrs. Frazier Oliver lined what he stands for-free
paper for sale at the Telegraph of-. Raymond Dicks last Saturday.J. .
Men' Socks Bo pr. Slump's Sale of Baldwin, spending several fice. B. Hancock returned last Wed school books a nine-month public SPEEDWAY largest tire maker offers!

weeks at Kingsley Lake. nesday' 'from Plant City after school term for all children in the 'Supertwlst Cerd TI... Lifetime GuaranteedCash

Mrs.. O. L. Beasley and, Miss Mrs. E. M. Johns and daughter, spending a few days there with state, a woman's advisory board to

+ Mona Alderman spent Monday In Mrs. D. E. Knight was in Gaines Gloria left Tuesday for New York Mr. Blackwelder'a, uncle, Mr.,J. O. serve without pay and to help advise Prices-Mounted Free

Jacksonville.Mr.h ville Monday visiting her son, Paul, from where they will sail on the Blackwelder. >. in child> : welfare and state ul Prj" ;'ach

( who Is a member of the staff at 28th., for a two months tour of I, '- J beautlflcatlon work, a state tourist O,," .lze of 9arh In Pelre Tubn

and Mrs. A. H. Harley, Jr., state radio'station; WUUF,' Europe. Mrs. T. J. Griffin and and convention bureau, agricultural i 29x44021.._. .3.59 *3...49 0.91
and son, are spending awhile at Mrs. J. E. Corpening accompaniedthem DAVE SHOLT CATCHES!' and Industrial development, better '' 29x4.50-20._. 3.>9 3.79 .91

; ''I Klngsley Lake. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Stansburyand to Jacksonville.Prof. POPULAR VOTE IN RACE banking laws, a workman'scompenKaUon 1 30x4.50-21._ 3.95 3.83: .91

-, -- Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Prevatt (Continued from page 1.) law and other meas.ures 28x4.75-19 29x4.75-20__. 4.63 4.50 .94

Ilriwm "Shirt 49o, Stump's Hale. and Miss Myrtle Reddish spent. Leon A.' Gray of Perry, wasa tells and friend, pleasant and cordial to give the state better, more e 30a5.00-20...._ 4.95 4.70 4.57 4.80 1.1430a3 .91

Sunday at Jacksonville Beach. visitor to Starke Wednesday and to all even amid the stress of progressive government at less ,h' / Rft. Cl. 3.39 3.30 .86

Mrs. R. F. Demorest and Mrs. Thursday Mr. Gray will have receiving the throngs of well wishers I
cost.WIt
c' 4 ,Wr M. WainwrIght spent Monday Simplicity Patterns" ISo at charge of Bradford High School who called or telephoned folowlng Dave in the governor's TRADE IN Your Old Tires for New 1932

4 In Jacksonville._ Stump's.. f6r the next term and will move the celebration which Daytona chair, Tile' friends and supporters GOODYEAR ALL-WEATHERS

-- his family to' Starke during the Beach staged when Dave was know this program will be carried
Mrs. R. V. Turner 'and family next few weeks plated: In the second primary.She out. And as for his election, they GOOD USED TIRES $1 UP. EXPERT VULCANIZING
Mrs. D. P. Mrs. T. T.
Carpenter
of Macclenny; are visiting her is of Alabama and Virginia are certain of this", and point to the REGISTER MOTOR COMPANY:
Long, Mrs M. C. Rltcti and Miss
mother, Mrs. F. B. Johns. Madge Middleton. motored to Miss Vera Claire Robinson, Miss ancestry, proud of her southern I' surge of political leaders and newspapers Phone 103

nativity.Her to his standard since the
Martha Powell, Miss Bunnie Powell
Mills Louise Brown and Gainesville Tuesday and spent the LOUII:S SERVICE STATION
4 Mr. Loula /I.tern on. Miss'' Bunnie Canova, Miss Marjorie home life comes first. of all 'first! primary. r I. -
Hoffman, of Jacksonville, were -- ---- --- ---..-- Phone 83
here' ; Stump, Mrs. J. C. Robinson, ;;;;;IIll/IIIIIIAIulll;;;, ,, i, ,,,bill,, ,', -;;;;-;INII;,; ,;;;;;, 'I''II'"W, I',, ; ,
4 1f Sunday visiting friends. IllllIi ikAnln.ll / ?" nln IIIIVIII"''' '''' ''''''''''''''' '' iiI I IlIIIlpllII IIpOpl,4fnllIll0llr; ; .
Mrs._ R. _F..
I Demnreat and LesterPrice .
Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Parks Miss 'U n. _

I) Men's, \ Overall. "Po Stump's Sale,,. Kitty Hogsed and Mlaa Beverly from Robinson returned Thursday '1 I IC'ARI.S' WHATTISy -
Lake where CASH
Cady spent the weekend in Jacksonville Kingsley they ; :
fiMembers
Pr', p. L. Haynes and J. W. An- with Mr. and Mrs. Jack spent several days CORNER'

drewa. were business visitors to Everett. ;;
iq j
) .-' of the D. D. ,Club helda
Jacksonville Wednesday< ,
-Ilrmulc-lnth and prints yd wide, house party at Kingsley Lake i

Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle and (Hi Htump'a Sale 1 from Thursday until Sunday. Those '; S. R. JOHNS &: COMPANY AMOSMuch
In the party were: Misses Martha

lion Monday, Jack afternoon., motored to Gainesville, Mrs. M. H. Jones, daughter-ln- Brownlee, Mary Brownlee, Dorothy Wholesale Grocers, Hay, Grain and Feeds .

Yll law of Rev. Jones, left Wednesday Ritch, Hope Haynes, Lulu Red-

p itp for Winter Haven, where she will I graves, Katherln Haynes and Lois sAdkins I

Miss Margaret. William spent ,isit her brothers for a while before Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight ; I 10 ounds Sugar, Cloth Sacks 38c reputed EXPERIENCE

last week In Waycross, Ga., visitIng were chaperones r .
going; to her home in Miami .
I1! fl Miss Fronte and Alvle Dixon. ., 1 t. Orders
With .,
A Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Roberts and Typewriter ribbons and carbon

1 ", Bathing- Suits at Stump's Sale Son Alton of Hastings and Miss paper. for sale at the Telegraph office. 10 Pounds RICE ._ ._ -***_ 28c WORTH

Beatrice Miner' of Lawtey, were
4 State's Attorney and Mrs. A. S. r
I ;, Crews motored to Jacksonville the guests Sunday of Mr.' and Mr,. 10 Pound U MEAL ___ __ 15c
Messrs. B. Jacobs, Wm. pobrow; .
Wednesday} and spent the day.. George Gardiner._ L. D. Green and J. M. Mitchell attended 24 J Mr..Amos' friends continue to harp on his. experience, and refuse -t-- pounds-FLOUR, guaranteed _..j S5c
---- Humming Bird hose, all new Past Masters night at,New permit him to face the people '''on his man."
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Prevatt Smyrna Lodge No. 149, F:'*'A.. M.,
summer shades 70r, Stump's Mule.! Pure CreamryBUTTER1b.'r': 19cPure I
and Miss
Myrtle Reddish were visitors .
i last Monday night, the party motoring .
to Jacksonville Thursday. down for the gala occasion Now what Is his experience worth?
Mrs. James and
Shepard daughters Extracts, reg. 15c size, 3 for 25c
Mr. Jacobs Is a past master of this .
Misses Lena Belle and Cleo, I .

TOTHEVOTERS left Wednesday for points In North lodge. i j 10 Octagon Soap or Powder ___0 _. _-. 25c During his first term as comptroller when he'was an Inexperlence,1you'ng
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Georgia, where they will spend the

S r summer with relatives. Mrs., entertained Katie Davis a party of of Jacksonville friendsthe ( 2 No. 2 cans TOMATOES .____ __ 15c stripling, vigorous: and before the Interests had a chance to get
0
To the C'ltUrnn and Voters of Bradford j their him ,
"fingers" on

x' ('ollnty-Grf't'thlltl ley first Lake of cottage.the week The At her party Kings-Included : Fruit Jars, quarts, screw tops, doz. ._ 85c ,

I am again, and for the last time, I

'' appealing to you to nominate' me GENT A WORD Jacksonville the following: Mr. and persons Mrs.',from Sidney ", Jar Rubbers doz.. .. __ __ __ _"._ ___ 5c d Bank Failed
your tax assessor for one more \ ,
IVfrs.
term) and if elected. I Lewis, Arsney Tennyson \ i C. S. Meal 7 Bright $1.05
guarantee Dan Fallin' and daughter Anita percent __ ____
you tour years of faithful, efficient COLUMNWANTEDTo (And we had panics and depression back In those years too.)

l i and courteous services. L8..K' nSOwi'.- i I Shorts. Best Grade _ _.____ __ $1.25 I During his second term, when he had a little more experience
With my knowledge of lands, Report at too Clerk .f' Clr. ..tt ... .
buy a few piecesof Court In and for Bradford
County
'land 'values and locations, I can very old furniture (antiques), )Florid, an account of Tax.* .._.t Oats .j _. __*- ---. ____ $1.50 '
I;, give you correct, fair and Impartial .d for the year lit*. .7.BANKS FAILED
tables chairs, dressers and other C. A. KnlKhl, tax. e"ll*>*tnrKturktt
service, and under the depressed Kin.. Jun. 1. 19.18.Cmmmtf : Scratch F fd' ,. $1.65 S S
pieces. It doesn't matter whether -- -- ---- t
conditions that exist at this time "... t .f1 ] S. .'PAnd )
it Is in good repair or not To hAt: doe M,y 1 ._ __ .8IIIf81! \ ( we had panic and a depression In that term.)
no county office Is more Important Prices must be reasonable if notI By amt. collected (y,j*...........e: 280.84 Laying ashy -5----__ ___ -___ $2.10 0 .
F to the people than that of Tax Assessor To bit.) am, not Interested. Address Fla. R.rf.U.r.To ,
S as the whole county financial C. E. Parker, 15 E, Adams St., bal. due Holy. I *./.ilHa.Xl '1-i", ,?'n-' IInA (t."IP'.I"" .' mmuxlalauuNNX/lunnlmmNNWnlumo.ann.nwaawummM/ "' ; ''' '''''' During his third' term,when he had bepome an experienced official
system is bused on your tax Hy ,,"'t. i-nii.ct..dTJLs.Uuj.sa
r' Jacksonville, Fla. 0-22-tf. To bul duo May 222501)Cummtr ') 2FJ I.
assessment. Therefore, the utmost : .
M. ii.i'; ... I I.I
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: rare and consideration should be 'OR SALE-A good \onilk cow M.I.t....".

given to our tax assessments and cheap cheap for cash. ,to. J To Hy bal.and,due collvrtod. May 1___._ _..?__ .. .._ /370.21 148.eS IS EPPERSON'S LAST I.r r 104 I Banks Failed

values for the next. few years, at Thomas. s 4r U* To bul. ,due. May 3O .____ STOT.2U THIS
least Co..tr ..".1.*
To bal. due Mays. ____ 3HT.14 I
As to my knowledge and ability LOST Small bay mare, whit. lly amt collected ___.,-___h_ 1B.JI I I And during his Fourth term In the rich ripeness of his wonderful
'.. SO ___ .
to } hat due May 370.8J
perform the duties CAMPAIGN
'n. I
of the office face. Mrs
mark on Reward. :
0...." .....!_ .....! L
much'
t 'i no one doubts, and as to my fair, C. DuBois ,?.. ,H. To bal. ilu. May. 1 .4441.31 : experience that he talks about so .
impartial, : fly coil, collected 1sS.aTo 4
accommodating and b..l.) duo Stay 30 .."".89 My'family h a4reeord of faithful service to the people of I
I 1 courteous: treatment of the people' FOR SALE.-Porto Rico potato r.m.lr rollsTo
;+ all will agree. vines. W. M. Monden Starke bill doe .M I..y. 1 S1J! .00 ] Bradford $ My father wait killed when be wan sheriff

To those of you who lost your Fla. It'FOR To Fly' hot unit.. dun collected Slav :30. _. .-- ___..222.00 Ho.un. j J J of thin ( count tI my brother. 'wan killed when In your service I

'i' a first choice for tax assessor, I again Total .. -...._Ilca-aUr r] as sheriff. left a splendid record of efficient) and friendly 133
To bal. .
SALE strawberry due May 1 7113X1
extend to you a cordial Invitation -- Missionary l ley amt pnllorKfl ,_ T8 3.89 ] service to the pejople.Jf elected I will make thin lout term a fitting .
to Join with my loyal friends and plans, $3.00 per bed. Hybrid To hal due May :3* .P7 7<)we.A9a.b.I ,
bulbs Mead Boded1'n ] close to n ll'of faithful and honest wr>lce to my peopleHelp << (}i
Amaryllis
tax supporters assessor and for nominate one more me term your, asa train) large blooming ", !ize:( <-20c My hul unit. duo cnlli May>...."I .._. _. 399433!14)1X9> ) J me In.thi umpttljru, for I will not again be a candidate.I (}i II

i crowning tribute to a long periodof each $.1.75: per dozen. A. P. To bal. tlue Aa-rleBltiiral May. :.10 JN38.04 ] have:takcn'Llnotutely. no part In the race of any candidatefor g ,

} faithful services rendered to 'my Schnell, Lawtey Fla. It. To. l>ul. due May 1 i7.14 ] any other office! and pledge| myself not to do no. [):
{+ people after which I _. --- lly unit "..11...-t.d 1 _._ ... e.J: II. Banks Failed
t hope In my To bal' due M"vllI.: .. o.l ) If elected' all(persons regardless" of whether or not they supported [};
declining years to continue to render FOR RENT- Eight; room house Whl.w'. Pvnaloa rand.- .I ITn
bal. due J me, mill the same fair and Impartial consideration> [):
a full measure of service to and bath. A. F. Murrhee Starke, Slay I 38714

all mankind l and In a measure com Fla. 621tf. To Ry bal amt.due rolln-tod\Ir..td'-: ..,.S7 188). II ] 'I.from the sheriff .... I solicit your support; help me in my 8 .

? pensate friends" ; : ] lout old friend and .' .'.
my and campaign servant -
supporters FOR RENT.-Furnished house or T,, bal. doe May. 1 JSJJ: .*t &&l'h.e [):
who NOWIs
are so loyally standing by me Hy amt. rollvctoil .
07 HI
'F In this, my last appeal to the rooms 327 Clark street' A. E.Dunham. 1 Til, bill .i|<- May .0 .. 332494: ; I .
i peo- It* ItoHd A nrldaI .trr.t. .... ....... I J. EPPERSONPaid "I
plc of Bradford county for political ._ !... .... ,Mr. Amos Experience Worth Bragging About?
i honors. F'OR To bal. dun May 1 ,13..38.80
SALE
Strawberry plants My collected LEE FOR COMPTROLLER
.Hint ,47 .07 CLUB
j Sincerely yours. by bed or by the 1000. Wilmer I To bal. due May. HO _____. 11.447,73G. ] Pol. Adv. i C
.Pd. Adv. N. D. \VAINUIUOIIT Holtzendorf, Starke. W. AI.DF.rtMAN. J c Paid Adv."AGE .
Clerk circuit Court.
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BOYS and GIRLS! Gem Mayonnaise I':: .:': : .

FLYER FREE THE LARGEST SALE IN THE HISTORY OF STARKE, FLORIDA Relish ; .
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With 10 piece, of d I --
I j pts.,2for---25c

CANDY5c: : GREEN DAIRY 1 FREE BROOM Pints : 20c :'

NUCOA MILK I P 1 OD With 5 BarsPALMOLIVE I

,.'_ .._. lOc Dada Best Quality !1
Pound 14cQts.. .. 5c SOAP SYRUP
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Cream -- ., 15c AT49c It's Different-Try it I'

Pure Coffee, 2 1W 25c Sanitation Q EY .._ Qt.Can--------25c "
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-Potted Meat, 2 t&n* 5c OUR SPECIALTY OLD DUTCH, can 7c'' l/i gal - 45c fl'i' ',. '
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-__ w--- -t------- Gallon - 75c .
TRUE LOVE 6 lb. Bag 12.lb. Bag 24 lb. Bag
Tripe No.2 can15c

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Large Can FLOUR 17 c 30e SSe VanCamp's Soup :jj r rc+

Tomato, can Sc '
Sardines, 3 for 25c .
Northfield Brand -=: Evap. Blue Rose Fancy Whole Grain Vegetable 5c
........_ ,;can -
MILKTallcan I Best Grade Can Buy Vegetable Beef-- 5c
Sauer's Extracts RICE I r1
WHITE MEAT
Large Bottle 19c 5c ,
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pounds 15c SV/ANSDOWN
Small bottle ._ lOc --
PET OR CARNATION Pound 6c-
BLACK PEPPER: r r 1 10 pounds d CAKE FLOUR
3 lOc Tall Can 6cWHITE - 2SI
cans /
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'I'BBO"N'P' 45 lb Can _,.';;. $2.65 4lb.Carton 25c Packages25c

icVtte Can 16 lb. Pails--: __ $1.10 3 lb. Carton 19c
l 15cs LARD 8 lb. Pails ;.. "-____u. _'55c, 21b.Carton _. 14c
41b. Pails ._ ---.-_-:.- ._ JOe 1 lb. Carton 7c ,
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; Per.Can
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29c I CHEESE,lb.14c JERSEY CREA M : S 9c ? + '
SUGAR Print or Country Roll = t L"

Gard I Sliced Breakfast
Early is .BUTTERpound16c
5 unds r- 20c, Golden Bantam 1 '
SUGAR PEAS p I ,
BACON,Ib 15cnas With Orders or Country Gentlemen
.No.2 can,.2 f for-35e CORN ; r



-Tall Bartlett can,2\for Pears--25C B a na '::51 bs 15 c No.2can,2for25cSAUER KRAUT 3''' a" .



Royal An- MEAL, 10 Ibs. }15c SANI GRITS, 10 Ibs. - 15c No.2can,2for17cPRUNES f ,
lOc Malt Syrup 3 lb. -29c i.
CHERRIES ONIONS,3lbs. -- - can -

Tallcan -SOc Fig Bars,pound - -5c FLUSH Octagon Soap, 10 bars - 25cOctagon '

__ National Biscuit Co. 25c Powders, 10 pkgs.----25c 2 lb. Carton---17c,

7 for 25c Camay-Soap cake 5c 1 1 lb. Carton
Tomato Saute Vanilla Wafer, - FREEBRlSH per - - 9c

Spanish StyU' SALT,2 pkgs. - --- 5c '., Steel Wool, box - 5c

2 cans- ,.15c LYE large cans,4 cans 25c ) Toilet Tissue,6 rolls -' -25cTaH TOMATO JUICE { ,t;

Tall lie ,
w---- can -
PICNIC FOR THE 4TH Ji "Eat and enjoy Kew Bee Bread"r
JeIlo 2 for 15c .... r
r- \y Qt. Plain Olives .25c Rich with milk. Try a loaf of that tOe Can
Ice J Cream Powder Kay Sandwich Spread 19c Golden Brown Package of Health
29c
Boiled Ham pound
Chocolate J
lOc lonfe accepted by the American Medical Syrup -5c
3pkgs.25c Phil or Velveta Cheese pkg. el ,
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Qt. Sweet Pickles 15c EQ MO Association. t
Ice Cream Salt Qt. Dill Pickles 15c Quautr What more assurance would: you tOe Packa a"'
Qt.Mustard ____ __ 15c want for the protection of g "
5 pound 9c Qt: Jelly -. 15c family's health Coconut 5c
pkg.
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pkg-fIr I 1 lb.Jar Peanut Butter __ '_ lOc A large Special ; --' ,
Bottle Catsup 5c5c 25c SmaIL6for25c-Larg,3for25c----: .
Imported Sardines, can
? Can Ale,large lOc '
Ginger 9r'
Dellllonh 17 l-2c Cups, Plates, Forks, Spoons Cake f or - - ,25c 15c

No.2 can BEGINS JUNE 24th,LASTS -THROUGH JULY 4th--PLEASE SAVE THIS SALE PAPER Per pkg.

3 SHOP BY FOR 10 DAY BARGAINS

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COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLoRmA FRIDAV. JUNE 24, laa,
PAGE tx BRADFORD . __ ____ __. _. __._ .
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I ; I Farmers'; Week At well covered with trees and shrub- ly successful in attaining similar I sues and just the minutes the slices I '
out in the strike the hot tea, they give off
bery are more attractive loathe In- ends. it was brought Roosevelt, the Lead
FARM NEWS SECTION I University To lie sect-eating bird than those-offerIng discussions," and the Florida Agricultural the fragrance of the flowers from I _
i :2I patterned which they came and a. mst perfect -
: I Held August 8-12 no shelter to which the birds Council was I

Gainesville.. Farmers' Week may fly when startled. largely after It. Material modifications beverage results. '
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at the University of Florida this The celery leaf-tier breeds very In the plan were adopted, These teas are also delightful!

I ;! Conducted ByI I year will be held August 8-12, Dr. very rapidly, producing four generations however that it might bu. better when iced.American '

I Wllmon Newell, director of the In a season five in hot, fitted to conditions in this state. Honey Institute. % k ,

riii r.. T. DYER, County Agent Florida Agricultural Extension dry seasons. Cool weather, when Provision was made for membership -

N Home Demonstration Agent Service, announces. The occasionwill the growth of the tier at each of individuals' or groups. An- But a little over 6 percent of
nIIS! I'KAUL .JORD/ .
Florida's soil is in cujtivation.a
Is retarded, nual meetings will be held at the
and their of its life history
_ _ _ _ offer Florida farmers stage and those of the State Horticultural -_
J Jj wives a week's vacation that Is gives birds more time to find places as
5 and larvae, which Society, and on the sp.co-d: AU'ISITS OUNTY AGENT
recreational
I : filled with educational destroy pupae
: Diversification Proving Its and entertaining features. they prefer to the Insects in the day of the latter's sessions.

j Last August about 1,800 men final stage' of development. For Lake Butler, Fla. Farmers in
. -- Union and Bradford counties are
of birds check celery Insect t.
from section this
and women, every reason
: 1J Merits In Trucking Areas I the state, attended the 10th annual -, pests more effectively in cool + : FARM PROGRAM J culling 'on the county agent for

Farmers' Week. and an even I than in warm seasons. more information and, help with

ii Diversification of crops has been sects will play havoc, unfavorable larger attendance expected' this ,I- t "The Voice of Florida" their farm problems than ever be-
4-II CLUB BOYS GIVEN fore, reports County Agent L. T.
2 recommetided for the general farmIng weather conditions will Interfeie, year. The entire staff of the College
ACHES TO KKFORBST . 4 Dyer. They are faced with the
i areas for years and years Also or the market will\ go to pieces of Agriculture, Agricultural 10 C .
of what to and how
4 s '' in recent years it has been before the crop in sold. Extension Service Experiment Gainesville, Fla During the question grow
I recommended for the truck growIng That a person should not put all Station and State Plant Board will West Palm Beach, Fla.-Palm Florida Farm Hour, broadcast to grow it as cheap as possible,

st; : sections of Florida. Many of his eggs in one basket is almost be on hand to help mak)! the week Beach county 4-H club boys are to from noon to 12:45: EST each day! then comes the Job of marketing It.

LL truck growers have found during proverbial. However, Florida truck valuable for every visitor. A number stage a practical demonstration in I next week over WRUF, the following Insects have been unusually bad

f 1T the last year or two that diversification growers have been doing just that of prominent speakers from reforestation according to M. U. I I talks will be given by Collegeof this spring and In many cases advice

ti:' : really in a profitable thing for years and years. With the decline other sections of the country, and Mounts, county agent. Ten acres Agriculture workers: about how to get rid of them
realization auccossful'farmerH from over the of land on the old Military Trail tins resulted in big savings to the Dr. Stella S.
Iff do, and Is of considerable Importance In prices has come a St., June '25 Florida Farm Center
ii I from the standpoint of that .diversification Is better.. state will appear on the programs. from Lake Worth to West Palm News and Hints. Farm Editorial farmers.

j the health of the pocketbook. The tomato growers of Dade. All facilities of the Universitywill Beach has been leased for 10 years Snapshots.Mon. THAT Franklin D. Roosnelt' |II(

squash, pota-' be thrown to the visitors. by .Mrs. Alfred Kay, wife of a Winter Garden First carloadof embodiment of the Amerl.
1 t Growing almost any truck crop county are growing open ., 27-Shipping Livestock In can tradition and that he
is an expenHivo proportion* especially tries eggplants, and other truck Rooms will be furnished in the prominent eastern manufacturerand Hot Weather--W. J. Sheely. melons shipped to northern markets the quality of leadership uopsessci thai tin,

i : as l If is practiced in this ciupH In nearly and truck growing I dormitories, and meals will be served winter resident here, and she Tues., 28-Leaf Case-Bearers and grown on Avalon Groves nation must have at this time, II

.t ; state. Off 'season production la county, the story is similar at the cafeteria at very reason- will finance the demonstration.. Their Control-Fred W. Walker. operty. the opinion of Dr. Stella S renter,

,' much more expensive than in- ea- Where formerly a county might I. able rates. Tours will be made of The boys led by Mr. Mounts, Farm Question Box real estate firm, capitalized at $5- of New York. Preslden ,if f the

.i son produi:tlon. The truck grower have been noted as a one-crop the livestock barns, field and pasture will make and keep up fireguards Wed., 28-The County Agent and 000 granted charter recently. National Council of Too \ or[

woh upends heavily for fertilizer county, it is now gaining prominent I-I experiments horticultural plant seedlings, and do other Present Conditions--A. P. Spen Fort Pierce Growers Ferti- English of the United StuZHou :

.. ._ _.._____...._ __.u. __.. for the variety of products grounds, insect and disease laboratories things necessary to good reforestation. lizer Co., granted charter.
,
ri ; lunu ejmruLiun xv.i1I44 UJH.I e cer. Primer for Town Farmers. ,_ .
Its truck growers. and other interesting Half the plot has been set .. -
_ cultivation of one and only one being grown by Thurs, Distributing Citrus -- -
; r _ truck crop is taking a chance on And shipments this spring have points on the campus. aside for natural reforestation and Costs to Fruit Production and ----- -- -

'$k :'4 ,I losing money. while the grower *!>own the growers the wisdom of Every farmer' and farm womanIn half will be set to adapted seed Grove Development-Dr. J. E.

; 4 ( who mines/ several different crops the policy pf .dlversiflcaton. The the state is Invited to spend this lings. Turlington. Spuds'Johnson Visits ; to play iltheAUCTIONapu

M: is apt to clear some money on growers 'diversified truck crops week away from the cares at the County Agent. _
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SIUHJl\.u\
some of them, if not all. And what have cleared some money this year, home and l at, the same time take. a 7.INMJROEKS Fri., July 1July Farm Jobs and U
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he clears on Ills profitable crops In the face of hard times, and are real (ollcgc short course. WATCH I-OIl, LE \K-SI I low to Do Them-J. Francis {
_ MILDEW
_ AND I'OUDERV
.c likely will more than offset what he optimistic.No ------+ Cooper. Farm Trends in Suwan- CONTRACT I
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will be "IIIT"IFUNUt'S 'NOW
loses on his unprofitable ones. doubt the practice nee County- N. G. Thomas.
there too generally adopted next fall KKAIJV TO IMS'lKIIIirrE Gainesville. Fla -- Zinnia grow-
With only one crop, are more I
) L many chances that diseases and In- and winter. ers need to be op the watch for ('no I' by Wynne Ferguson
Gainesville, l"'a.Red" acherson mildew and leaf-spot, two diseases ADVANCESTOR SUMMER:
i'i' i _ -------- ----- -- -- la, or the red whitefly-fungus Is : that are likely to defoliate the -- '_Author of PRACTiCAL AUCTION BRIDGE" I

FREEZE ACTS ONLY [during the first stage sent up new now available for distribution by plants, during the rainy season, (I1'he house \passed S. 4780, an act

_ AS PRUNING KNIFE shoots'from the old potato or sent the state Plant Board, Dr. E, W. says Erdman West, plant disease to provide that advances, under Copyright 1931, by Huylc, Jr.

out lateral branches giving more Berger, entomologist has announced worker with the Florida, ExperIment the Reconstruction Finance Cor-

ON POTATO PLANTS t tuber producing surface. When !. This fungus parasite Is Station. poration Act may \be made for ARTICLE No. .13.twono .

------- Conditions after the freeze were the principal natural enemy of the Mildew first. makes its appearance
planting or cult!"fating, In where Auction oxer-1
I crop crop every locality or trump and, when
f : Gainesville, Flu--A freeze merely [favorable Increased yield of mar- common citrus and cloudy-winged! on the lower leaves. They are Including the summer following, Contract is played there are one or bids: with three hearts, he partner should bid |

y' ; nets an a pruning knife, tests ; ketable potatoes resulted. If the whiteflies during the period ofsumrrer first spotted, then covered with a duihig the year of 1932. more players who refuse to conform to fuur hearts.

?. on potatoes at different stages of I weather was unfavorable, more potatoes rains whitish, powdery growth. The Congressman Green spoke In favor the recognized:: conventions of bidding.
; growth at the Florida Experiment were usually produced but alarger A culture consists of the amountof leaves soon fall and the plant Is bill and advised the They all have their reasons for not Hand No. 2 ,
of the
p _ Station nhow.- In 1927-29 potatoes percentage of them were fungus that can be grown in n gradually defoliated. The control doing so, but none, oC more originality Hearts-A. K, J,2
Florida
house that was particularly than the followit, A player who had Clubs
'. !! A. Q, 7
at Lacrosse and 1 Huntings were culK pint wide-mouth bottle and Is sufficient Is to spray ot dust with sulfur in .
interested In the legislation because juc:: bid one club without a club in h.s; Diamonds A, Q 2fcpatles
1 planted at regular Intervals so that If the freeze caught the potatoes i to treat an acre of trees some fqrm. ){r. West recommended I ;: that recent drouths covering nan.i nnd was criticised for the bid by A, Q, 10

x the freeze, caught! them at different in the f second> stage of growthIt The price Is one dollar per culture, dusting with fine powdered sulfur almost the entire state of Florida; his partner replied: "Your criticism is The dealer at Auctioivhul one no

k ages. During the season just caused the stolons that were :/Including postage. This Is about or spraying with 'a solution of that vegetables planted this springdid unreasonable. I have only one partner trump, second hand passed imi the

cloned, acording to M. H. Ensign. forming to grow out Into long : the cost of production and distri potassium sulfide made by dissolving to and two opponents BO that if I foe! dealer's partner bid! two spades Third
t truck horticulturist la:: charge of slender stems. This retarded bution. 4 ounces of potassium fiul- not bring the usual returns you i a.n: (ilso: fooling them, so theoddsareju.it hand passed and 1 the dealer bid( two
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growers; that the growers of Flor- two to one in our favor.
i 1 the experiment, plants were pruned growth and always resulted in a Each request for fungus shouldbe fide In 10 galolns of water. He Nejle3s ro trump: : although practically certain
of them not financially 10 his argument was
.iy
ida many were that his could 1 at
k at similar ages with a knife and lower yield and more culli if accompanied by remittance to feels that the spray is a little more unable unable to finance faulty in that it is much more danger. trades. lie partner managed to score make game twc,odd

,) they have the same responses as weather conditions were unfavorable the State Plant Board Gainesville, effective, but the dust is easier to the next few ous to fool your' partner than your at no trump but his partner could

: t; ; _ the frozen plants A freeze during the thirtl:\ FlaUIICDS. apply and 'does not leave as much crops planted during opponents. Fool your opponents" hen- have made four odd at spades of

'e"4(i Three stages of growth were stage of growth not severe enoughto residue on the plants. Either weeks; that such vegetables as ever you have the opportunity of doing which he held six to the jack
c Considered The third and fourth cucumbers, beans, squash, peppers, so without, also fooling your pnrtner, At Contract the dealer should bid1
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_ kill the plants to the ground. : DIUVE INSECTS ; should be applied regularly enough
I and others must soon be planted in but tell your partner the truth, the hearts and when his
two oartner
:; week, just before the stolons are resulted In about the same yield FROM: CELERY FIELDS to keep the plants Covered.
_ I some sections of Florida if they are whole truth and nothing but the truth. responds with the minimum bid uC C
I formed, was considered the first but the crop was delayed from 10 Leaf-spot Is recognized by small to be harvested before frost;' that In no other way can you obtain the best two no trump, the dealer should bid,

__________ stage. While the stolons were days to two weeks for the plants to What birds can do toward sup- i circular spots on the leaves. They strawberry were In needof results. Camoufl.ige bids are occasionally -three no trump. His partner holding
) forming, or from four to six weeks, reconstruct their foliage. Under usually. have a purple margin growers; successful but much more often six spades to the jack should now but)
pressing insect pests Is shown by i
,' ;, _ was classed the second stage, and poor moisture conditions growthwas : around them when they have just immediate funds to set plantsfor they are boomerangs and the source tour spades. The bidding; at i Contract
from then on was called the third slow and the the part of the Florida red-winged ': harvesting in December and of big losses. Let the other fellow take is thus much more accur. vith this j
usually yield started. increaseIn
t' stage. Plants that were frozen blackbird and! several other species I' They gradually early in 1933. He said that Flor- such chances and you will take the hand.
less I size until they cover the leaf in the
in money long run.
the leaf-
___ play controlling celery ida was one of the largest vege-
___ .. In the case of two freezes closeto tier and kill It. At the Experiment The writer has referred many times Hand No. 3
t' --- -- -- a costly pest in southern celery table growing states in the Union. '
each other as occurred during Station a 3-3-60 bordeaux spray in these articles to the tendency of Hearts -A, 9,6,2
fields. Birds alone, of course, and would benefit the
greatly by Auction and Contract in
last March the first one serves to has given satisfactory control. players I general >: ClubllA,9.7Diamonds
cannot be depended upon to sup- I loan at this time and that In many I to overbid no trump hands that -A, Q
\ kill the foliage and allow the -.
4I' : OVER VORklNERlESv::'- second press this or any other Insect that Instances local sources were un- contain four aces. Thev seem to be Spades A, 10, 9, 4

(: y ; to do severe damage to the preys on farm crops. By eating State Agricultural :ible to finance! the growers.He hypnotized by the four aces and over- The dealer at Auction bid one no
unprotected stems. Under such bid a sure game bid by their partners:: .
these insects In numbers and Ih.tIealer'lI
large they predicted that the president trump, second hand passed
conditions( decay ,quickly sets in Legislative Council just so they can score the four aces. Thin!
bid spades
however reduce two
will the
greatly would the bill. The bill partner
approve They seem to forget tbat the value of
and much damage Is done. However Ready to FunctionOcala ; a hand passed, and the dealer bid two no
pest population. also provides that loans may be game', is much greater. This tendency
such freezes are rare. trump. This is the worst bid of any.as
-.. .. I Several species of birds find the made to livestock and poultry exemplified three times during the lie holds fewer supporting cards than
leaf-tier i Fla. --Organization of the raisers. It does not last week m games in which the writerwas This bid was
When measuring butter, ''remem- celery very palatable says carry new appropriations ill the preceding hands.
playing.
Florida Agricultural Council was defeated by two tricks while, at spidn
ber that a pound Is two Dr Dayton Stoner, who recently but provides for the
print
cups; effected at a meeting in Ocala last they would have scored five odd. Dun i
I avoid conducted for the United States use of remaining funds from appropriation Hand No. 1
cleaning a
measuring
cup let ( lead on to a bad bid
week at a cession of the our aces you
by cutting the brick accordingly Department of Agriculture, a special special made last February. Hearts -- A, 10, 4 Always make game the objective and

for quarter or half cups. Investigation on the relation of committee fyr the purpose uppolnted Clubs -A, Q, 10, 2 : consider four aces only as an incident
birds to the celery leaf-tier in at the annual meeting of the Diamonds A, 7 A game is worth 125 points, or just

B'lorlda. The Florida'redwingedblackbird I State Horticultural Society in Spades A, I K, 4, 2 25 points more than 100) aces; so from

he found, heads the list Gainesville in March. Officers to HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES With the foregoing hand at Auction that poi.it of view, the odds are use to.
of insect eaters in the fields serve until the first annual meet- the dealer bi "one no trump, second, four( in favor of a sure game at a suit,
surveyed -
] hiin'1 passed and the dealer bid rather than doubtful game at
Ing include: W: J. Ellsworth Blan- [[ Weekly f rum Home Demonstration partnerbid a
: two hearts. Third hand passed and no trump.At .
Other 'Important species are the ton president; II. L. Robinson, I Specialist, Tallahassee the dealer gaily bid two no trump and Contract, the dealer should'. bid

palm Warbler, tree swallow myr- Hastings C. A. Simpson MontlceIn )- all passed. J His partner had a blank one no trump and, if hn partner should!

tle Warbler, bobolink, Florida and R. Woolfolk, Orlando ... hand with the exception> of six heart. bid two spades, he should 1 bid four

__ vice-presidents; and Marvin H. DELIGHTS' to( the queen and the dealer failed to spades.
grackle, American pltplt English Walker HONEY mr.'.e his contract by one trick. At The following )hand is another good -
Tampa, secretarytreasurer.
UP TO your ears in wor1c- sparrow, southern meadow-lark, he..-tll.they would! have scored (our odd. example of overbidding when the angle

t'' I every nerve at high tenalon. and! 'cowblrd. These birds, Doctor Where no cake or cookies are At Contract, the dealer should bid did not justify it:
Objectives of the ; defined
1 No wonder yon snap at the wits Stoner reports do not care much body as nerved the tea is delightful with

_ & and bark at the children. for celery. They prefer the In- in resolutions adopted by the Just tea and one of ,the following I'roblctnHearts
., Watch out! CAPITAL committee, are the advancement of
Overworked 3. 2
punishment sects that infest the plants. The sandwiches or honey toastsHoneyAlmond : .
nerves may lead to Sleepleness. .- agricultural interests through fair Clubs -A, K, 10 6
c celery crop Is produced during the Rolls
Nervous Headache, frsrvona fir Arson At/tens' !and Just legislation, in both federal Diamonds K, Q 8, 3
___ Indigestion and boat of winter months In Florida, so manyof 1-2 cupful finely-ground almonds, .
_____ a and state affairs. Heretofore It Spades -5, 3. 2
_ other unpleasant disturbance. 11.. 1ev I. ...1, Atttrn. nuil *r.o. these birds migrate Into the was asserted. Florida date pieces 3 to 4 tablespoonfuls of Hearts- 0, S Hearts A, K, 8ClubsJ,7S
Why don t you try Dr. Mile p..Ik"'l.' .by dralh. In A......* tutU', fields for the winter. suffered agriculture honey. Blend and spread on length- Y I Clubs- Q, 9.4
;; ___ Effervescent Nervine Tablets m.u. I.. .*......1',. ftnUl 1. ..lth by .'Ionlh Fields having their ditch banks has because It lacked a wise bread. Roll as for jelly roll. I Uiilmund.-A,10.9r7,4.2 : \ n : Diamonds J.I\O\
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___ Just one in a half of ;;: means for unified expression of Spades-6 4 Z Si'ade.K, t 8,1 7
___ glass .:long: 'arm *f j- ;":: '; ;;,; ; I. Roll in wax paper and slice very : I ;
'water makes a pleasant) spark) ......"....of (Mtlk. *, procreating official I sentiment while practically every
; .,', '. Kag drink delightfully soothing .nil twiuniHr* .amp..,ln, v..ulta i I. ,-,_.__-...- __-.-_.-.. -.pan other Important interest has had thinly with sharp knife. ,'Hearts Q, J, 10. 7. 6,4Clubs
4 to over-taxed afl, t.itIIans.Ar. Honey Pecan Toast -S.3,2
nerves. 'organized representation Pt Tallahassee -
________ Dr. Miles' Nervine Is now .... may to..... .
.. pyronunUe. or a rrlniltMl.Fwry of A, J,9
: made in two forma-Liquid and mixture honey butter pecans.
Pacific coast
ATLASThe known
as
: Effervescent Tablet. Both bar .ff.rt will .b* _ ''i hoar 1 IMS**. I. ,h. m+.aiittrM Muml the Agricultural Legislative Committee It dealt and bid one spade, Z doubled, king'of hearts., B then led the io.ick.of
thelamesoMhml'e lark flr.I..........U,...wily McwrityfaiMl of California has been high- chopped pecans and 1-2 cupful but A bid two diamonds Y and li passed I diamonds allowing Y to win the trick!
p \ 1.00 at ;your drag atom property 1 I.... ter. Let cool and cut in fingerlike and / bid two hearts. A and Y passed\ with the queen of; diamonds Y no,

Standard Oil strips. and R now had the choice of defending I led the king of clubs-ond then the,tZ:

HAROLD C. WALL Fruit Canape the hand With a certainty of saving{ I of hearts li played a low heart In
Tire Guaranteed //Viorelfears Soften 1-2 cupful butter and game or of trying for a problematical I won the trick with the ten of heart*
1'ji: and very'doubtful: game in no trump. I He then returned the low heart on
INSURANCE '
One YearFrigidaire I blend with 3 tablespoonfuls honey. lie chose to bid two no trump, which I which A discarded a low diamond i
of Yonfli Add 2 tablespoonfuls honey. Add /, doubled and set for 500 points. There I a low club, and B won the trick With"
ST AUKE, FLORIDA 2 tablespoonfuls of finely-chopped was no excuse for It's bid as the bidding I the ace of hearts. I He now cho e to lean

.............. honeyed orange peel, pinch of ginger indicated that Z held a big hand. I It is a I the diamonds and, when..Z discarded'!
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- and 1-4 cupful each chopped good example of the wrong angle, too low club, won the trick with the ae<*.
much to lose and too little to galli, and i diamond and ld back the tear f diiis '
dates and' choppednuts.. Thoroughly applicable either to Auction or to I monds, Y winning the trick with the
_ Wake Up Your Liver Bile blend the mixture. Spreadon Contract. I king of diamonds. On this truk! ,. "

rounds of thinly sliced graham The play of the hand was interest discarded a low spade and Z thing ninr

bread or assorted shapes of nut because it developed the double of spades. Y now led a spade 13 play,
the three bread. "squeeze. ," one of the rarest situations) I the queen and Z won the trick w !tkto
--L -Without Calomel year guar- Honey Fruit Tea arise in Auction. Z opened with the nee of spades. The cards now remnI(,
'I \ of hearts which U follows:
queen won with the in the various hands are as
anted electric ret rig- Orange slices and lemon slicesif

r r. &ndYou'llJumpOutof Bed--It-this bUS.Is aol flowing fnoly.you food I ..IlISt"ntly..glvcs ( In season fresh strawberries). "/ Hearts none' -

4_', digest. It Just decays .la the bowtUL. I erator to your skin that... Make very thin slices of orange Clubs-A,1O

in the Morning Rarin to Go 0. bloats up TOUT stomach. Ton ban a I oft..vivacious... youthful touch; and lemon and stack them one on Jiamonds8
thick,bad taiu sad braath foul skis top of other In glass jar using as Spades,3?, 2
your i llemlshes and 'wrlhk'-' yield. ? to a I Hearts- none Hearts.-.n, '0
_, If you feel sour and sunk and the often broaks out .la blamlahoi. Tour hoadaehai For sale by ticinatlns Ivory toned Eiauty tfidt many slices as necessary for number Clubs- J, 7 I Y .: Clubs.-Q. '
; world looks punk don't swallow a lot aad you foal down and out.Tout wbolo I ekes of guests there are (allow two Diamonds-9,7 I A B DiamondsSpades >nt
from ;
I U el salts, mineral water, oil, laxative ayatm Is polaoood.. Wdy yedn your.pp *r- slices of each fruit per individual). Spades-6 .1! Z : f- 10.1
_ nce. Start> Its use to-day. ,
and
candy or chewing gum expect.theintonakeyousnddenIyiweet IUakMthcoo4014CAI\TER'SUTl'LI I Pour over these enough mild warm

I LITER PILLS to sot th ao two pomula bUs Smith's Service honey to cover and let stand two Hearts- J, 7,6
and and full of sunshine. ORIENT* Clubs-8
buoyant
Sowing rooly aad maks:you foal"up sad up. l or three hours before using. .
For they can't do it. They only Thai oontata. _el..raJ. hanalaaa. caatlovocotabl Fill cups with tea and drop in Diamonds- noneSpade.J
REAM
; ;( 1 move the bowels and a mare movement ..* aitraeta aaintrc whan. It tomm to & one or two or three of these honey

doesn't ee* at the cause. The ..iriiig th.bOo flow fnoly StationStarke eouRAUQ.st. S soaked fruit slices. Honeyed fruit Z N in tHe lend there are no trump I that) : I., where) both opponents ram1'
for down-and-out feeling Bat doa't sak for UTOT plus.iak for Carter'sLlttt t .... ... rd Y 7. fif-e 'c lip
: reason your ..-.. slices may be arranged on small .r 1I to : every: tric! against are forced! by the d-icard to'
_______ is your liver. It should pour out two .U..1'IIIa.1AaII for tfco aamo CartoraLtttlo service plate. and passed to gueststo :.ay ,,...'...oe. Tim is a \cry preLy I I winning car....
p \ pounds of liquid bile into your bowels I UTW Plus oa ... rod ....... KoaaatOUU.C.II.CO.aaIIod. I Fla.- a .s..t ItH for 1JIW SID choice. problem in discarding and a perfect Tile solution will b: given in te: ne"
select their
KTHopttM.,sm -....w\lM. personal llustratton of the double "
i't. daily. L ......110 al all.... "squeeze< ; I article.
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--.J _:. : .. .. j;? .'"- 10. How make one'a way In the ( granted "And not as It was pointed out that Comptroller now have, and insure strong new Valley Ja/ette. ,
1J!.. .r world T 11. How can Christians bj one that sinned, so is the gift: '' Ernest Amos ia on the program to banks when we get them. They --- -*- a
[It .. -.... today show the sacrificial spirit of tdr the !judgment was by one too I speak before bankers association of will remove "shyster" competitionand P:1lER: NlIY.UAT211.tTIC

.- -_;;'. Lti the cross ? 12. How bring back old I" age to the honor due it? f)1 many offenses unto !justlficaKoru. I ItlllD. Saturday. He challenged Mr. aa well as stockholders mqney. p ItlNUI.ING CtLLEt.P: : I l 4
." 8:16.: :Amos to meet him here at that "I believe the harder you make ----- ,
jla' a lamp ante my fa*. nd a light unto my path.-Psalm 119105.: I\ILV BIBLE THOUGHTS: (Continued.) time, either before the association, It to open a bank the harder it Sarasota, June 1:1.: Elmer Ihrlg,

AU I If desired, or In public meeting will be to close them. Liradenton High School athletic director 1
religious teaching doctrine
:uJeilurlnif' lriuu.. creed, if they are to have, any claim or June 21 BAPTIST I I here, to discuss the program "I "When losses first show up in a and former University of :
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the love loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with The Best Medicine: A merry .T.I I am setting forth tonight and any bank I will Insist that the bank's I Florida, football player, has been I I f'
won teachings-of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice heart doeth good like a medicine; Sunday school ;t10 a. m. A. program Mr. Amos may have to loss be made good l immediatelyfrom !' appointed director of athletics for '. J
the f hum..n heart, and of whom it was Mid in John 7:46, "NEVER MAN but a broken spirit drieth the tftomaa, supt. What about our offer. He tells you a bank guaranty the surplus or un.\lv\t.tetlprof.\ \ the Klngling College of Fine and "
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SPAKJ2 LIKE THIS MAN, bones..Proverbs 17: 22. I\.j\nUI11< t picnic l ? ; plan won't work.-.but he Its or paid by the stockholders If Liberal Arts, Dr. Uidd M. Splvey! r r i "

....tors of Bradford and Union counties are Incited to Use' thus dertlnen' Juno 23 Worship at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. 'doesn't tell you what will. Yet our I troubles! are met before they become director of the Rlnglfng'! institution. : :
p for news> of church activities, organizations and announce- My Strength: I will sing of thy lPipg your special missionary. of- banks must be kept safe for de big onesif losses are made announced! toduy. Ihrlg- will begin II:

P" obi,. gpuce freely given and no charge nuulo-the only requirement power. Unto thee, 0 my strength, Bring In the special envelopes that positors' money and there ia no good na they appearfewer banks his duties In September. ,}
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"h1ng' that 1 such Items reach this office before Wednesday morning will I sing: for God is my defense, Wore given out last Sunday.' We lone to make that certain but the will be swamped by. bad Invest Official of the school have ccmplotod l

Ibf'rwh.e they cannot he handled for current ISBIIO.STJND and the God of my mercy.--Psalm b.,p& to get $50.00 as our share of I comptroller. I have a plan, and I'll ments and fewer banks will have plans for a sports program
89: 16 17. the $150000 that our Baptist 'make It work." to close that will\ Include basketball ba..". J

I are sixteen namely, Adam, Eve, June 26 churches t\J\ Florida ate raising on I Mr. Lee read his program from "Stoek holders! will have moneyin bull, track tennis, swimming, golf, I i ,
\Y SCHOOL j Cain, Abel, Satan, Abram, Lot, Restore the Erring: Brethren, If I "I, thia emergency appeal. manuscript interpolating a broad most cases when troubles first hosting\ and intramural football. I

LESSON I I. Sarah, Isaac, Rebekah, Jacob, La a man be overtaken in a fault, ye Mid-week service Wednesday at (I discussion of the issues as he read appear they had when the initiatory The mhool had no department of ,
I.I I bau, Esua, Joseph, Judah.A which are spiritual restore such a 8 to. 11'rile united service will be paragraph after paragraph from I losses began to accumulnte In I athletics during: the college year
one in the spirit of meekness con next 1031-32.: its first 'year. ;
lU-"lew of SuylngH: ; 11.ld Wednesday evening In the manuscript copies of which our recent disasters. Conditions
---I" JUNE 28, 1S33: Many sentences of Genesis have sidering thyself lest thou also be the Methodist church Plan to at- were famished. to the press. and should never be ,allowed! to get so Intercollegiate football! van 't
Review of Book of Gen- tempted.Galatians 6: 1. hives werlouH consideration. by Dr.Bpivey .
nie'1) become proverbial, having enter I tvbei. which follows: bad! In a bank that stockholderscan't
into and In June :27 "I realize the need fov a nonpolitical pay them out and the time ;; flnnlly decided to limit :
our common speech
jcolden' text: "We know that all red the literature of our rare, and Solitary In Families: God set- I I'KKSIIVTKKIAN! ) ndiI; rvlsiun of the banks.specialist II to cloHO n bank is when the dt ponl- Kitillron activities' to campus compotltlon ,
ine: work together them to referred to constantly in :' teth the solitary in families; he a separate department of tU1' money Is still available. for one year. I
Lem that love God, to who books sermons, and Christian con- 'I brlngcth out thoue, which are bound Services:! Sunday June 26, aa ful- banking under a highly trained i "I will not wait and let 'busted' llirlg already, has been authorized -

re thi called according to His I versation. You may all make collections with chains; but the rebellious 1\\11: in bank supervision. banks !pay depositors' money out I I to proretil, with negotiations for

[,urpos Rom. 8:28.: of these, each for himself' dwell in a dry land.- Psalm 68: 6. 10 ft, m. Sunday school. Lesson Pending such If I am elected. I In salaries and expenses, and then bnaketb: nnd baseball schedules
Reading( Lesson: Acts 7: 2-5; 8fc5 or herself. If the pupils will take June 29 tcbic, "Lesson from Genesis.. J. II.: : will keep my bank analylst: my close them after all the money is Athletic equipment( 1M! being pur- ,

turns reading a saying and givingan Love Casts Out Fear: There is no 7'i(uby tlUpt. bank examiners, and my own office gone cliusod and! plimM for an athletic
Ivc luggest the following reviewrom explanation, and will continuetill fear in love; but perfect love cast- : 11 a, n\. Morning worship ser out of politics- -and I'll fire any "Finally, r will not permit banks I \Ik'Ul! til"r under way I I
Peloubet's selected notes on the following samples have been cth out fear; because fear hath' n,<.)B Uy the pustor. employe of my office caught circulating that are ou the rocks to pnjLillvldonds. Ihrlg took over athletics nt Bra- 'i'i

nternational Sunday School Les- given and discussed, you will be torment. He that feareth Is not 1 t>. m. Christian Endeavor. Topic political propaganda' for any And If any bank pays M denton a year ago and proiluccdehnmplimHhlp

-"oas benefitted: made perfect In love.--1 John 4:18.: "How Does Christ Meet the ',oneoven! myself dividend while its capital Is so Impaired basketball and baseball .j'
greatly
,\ HP*'lew! of Beginning June 28 l'l e'11! of tho World?" Leader WillItorneIL. "I believe one angle could be / that It has to close within teams. llewldes serving ati ti{
"Beginning," s "In the beginning-God." Consider Poor Blessed Is / itch, he will be Instructor In l
Genesis, meaning the :- improved upon by requiring a surplus a few days after the dividend\ Is 'i
[,lIe' 'Book of Beginning," and a "Let there be light I he that consddereth the poor; the 8 p- m. Evening worship, song equal to the capital stork be* )paidI promise you there'll be physical education. '. y .
evlew might well consist of a "God blessed the seventh day, I Lord will deliver him in time of avd sermon. Union prayer meeting fore chattering a new bank Suchl1II'phl" some bunkers looking at you Ihrig Served AS couch In Bradford

erlee of short talks or brief es- and hallowed it""It trouble-Psalm 411. at M. K. Church Wednesday "tumId1tJ\ required investedIn through the bars, for perjury If I llgli School two years ago.
is not good that man should 11 I --- -- '.. -. -- -- ,
iiutlincs of essays follow. June 3I nt8p.m.> high grade, liquid low Inte-l est nothing vise
.ays considering the various beginnings be alone. Seek Things Above: Set your A cordial invitation to all these securities, to be deposited with the "Tliosc all summed up mean just 1 IUXSI.Y.I.IU;: ('III''lt('II f

which we have studied. "lIe shall bruise thy head, and affections on things above not on se :'vices! extended:! to all. slate banking department where this. I will co-operate with the --- f f'ILt
of a Great thou shalt bruise his heel." the earth. Colossians 3 .- There will be nil-day 1 services' ,ire
J. The Beginnings things on -- : they would be available upon a nwmeat's bankers In Florida to make ,
his "Am I my brother's keeper ?" good 1 Klngrtlcy Lake linptlHt Church, 111:' t ii,
I. Abraham by 2.
notice to impairment
:ace. Show how repair any banks better And I will use I 4)
"Enoch walked with God and he lee A /good 2th.() at 10:30 j '
Sunday
fcifgration to Canaan laid the : Ye cannot serve God and Mam Pledges of the capital of any bank. the Iron heel on bad! bankers using Baptism liohna'j': ''%!
not for God took him""I preaching at 11, by Cantor
jundatlon for the Hebrew race, was ; mono Matthew 6:24.: Action would be taken whenever
consolidated by the do set my bow In the cloud. noted that the bad bunking practices. nan. All members are urged t to be I", i
jiow this was losses were Impaired "1 Is plenty of law
work of Isaac, and how Joseph by A Review of Sei>ne.' SEVENTH n.JEXTIST Check On New capital and the surplus would! be safeguard repeat there the deposits. of )Florida ,present. Communion serviced will ; i'rn I
I is great work In Egypt, and Jac- Genesis is full of striking and interesting restored within a given time. bunk depositors. There H: be held! at 12:30: o'clock. Lunch ..i> 14'it .
[ which be Justification. \ Faith of on "rounds Bt 2:30: o'clock. There ;:, ; ', ;
,b by his migration thither, began scenes, may Hy "The above are possibilities plenty of law to require stockholder ?
lihe long development of the race studied for yourselves or described 1. What is the ground of Justification Useless Banks the future. Now legislation will be to muke good the mistakes will! he an Interesting: program. {

In that centre of the world's power to the class by the various memo on God's part? "That being required for them. We may never of bank officers before the public's which all will' enjoy. Come well ",'r tt'. ,I"I

md culture. bers. The following twenty tour justified by His grace, we shouldbe -- get them. tee money is dissipated. bring your basket Everybody I''
2. The beginnings of the Tribes. subjects are suggested: The first made heirs according td the \\ |III :Mukn Sure' of Newt and That i may clash and clog the wheels of "I will enforce these IlL Wl'- -and come. ) ; \
of the of creation. The First hope of eternal life. Titus 37. next It Is J. L. Sllcox. Clerk. ,
[\study of the characteristic day Temptation. ; Capital. Not Borrowed the legislature. possible .1 promise you that no one will ever ___ ;t 1 I Ileu t
tribes from what we are told about The First Death. The Set 2. What is the means through Before C'hurterliig. that no more progress will be made point their finger at me and point ---.- ;;! ) :
p:au (Edomltes) and the twelve ting Out of Abram from Haran. which this justifying grace Is made at the' next session than was madeat to banks under my supervision ('.\ OK THANKS :"41 11\\
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ins of Jacob, especially as the lat The Choice of Hebron. The De- available to the sinner "Much, )aekaonville June 21. Pointing the last, where I was (tine of the falling without a dime for depositors ii

her are pictured in connection with struction of Sodom. The Divine more then, being now justified by nut\ that Improved banking ,laws sponsors of a bill seeking a. sep- In three years, while national To the Voters' of Bradford County: ;

(Joseph and In their father's: dying Promise to Abram. The Sacritfice His (Christ's) blood we shall be ttldy be needed--but that what Is arate bank: department. banks In the same; town, and In the T wish to thank those \vlo) were 'I Iii \ \\11,
pressings. of Isaac. Issue Driven from Wells. saved from Wrath through Him." I nodded\ more is security for deposl- But we don't have to wait for Mame'chatn' of banks and I with the loyal to me by giving/ me their vote I ., '

3. The beginning of Religion.The The Winning of Rebekah. Jacob Rom. 0:9.: 1(8 and stockholders In banks unlit the legislature, to make our banks slime management, pay 20 per: rent and support they did on Jrme 7th. : 'I :}i'Pt
first temptation. ,The first Deceives His Father. Jacob's 3. How Is justification laid hold l better laws can be enacted, safe. 'There Is plenty of law on with more to come. This happened ) I I shall Sin and its consequences. The Dream at Bethel Jacob Wins P-:'+- I upon ? "Therefore we conclude that, tvjtcb. takes a lot of time. J. M. the books! for this now. I can and In my home county's seat The people of Bradford county fur all ";1, ;*,,9{ ,I I
Jacob's 'Struggle with the ,i man is by faith without Lee, candidate for !In will the banks of Florida
early revelations of God,' to ,Adam chel. justified comptroller so supervise\ two state banks have paid nothingIn past favors ',: .l. II
Jacob Meets Esau. Jos I the deeds of the law." Rom. 3:28.: Jacksonville Monday night launcli- they will bu safe depositories In I
I Angel. while the national b ,
mil Eve, to Cain! to Noah to Abram three years Sincerely! yours, .n "
Pot- 4. What Is the sin his long for crisis confidence III1e\ restored : '''' "I
Dream only < promised
eph's Joseph Repulses way e,1 program any 20 with ''
Isaac, and Jacob, especially bunks have paid ( percent Geo. A. Gardiner.nrooksvllle : ,
'Jirouh visions and dreams. The Iphar's Wife. Joseph in Prison. ners may be justified or made restoring/ confidence in the banks in the banks and Florida\ mure to come. And supervisionby i .

| uticfputions and types of Christ Joseph Interprets Pharaoh's! righteous ? "Knowing that a man by waking sure they are safe. can l progress. Restoration of con. state or government was the .
tattered Genesis. I Dream. Joseph Stores White. Jud- Is not justified by the works of the 1r. Lee told his: gathering here fidence. In the banking structure difference. -- Plans progressIng ;,
through ah's Plea. Joseph Disclosed Himself law but by the faith of Jesus fie believes the supervision of banks H: the foundation upon which Flor- only for starting research work at b f i
4. The Beginning of Worship. to his Brothers. Joseph' Meets Christ, even we believed in Jesus Di 11."uld be In the hands ofl sep- (hilL/ can go ahead. There la none ---------+--- now experiment station at Chine He- J E I, W
I He! prayers of the patriarchs, especially Jacob before Pharaoh. I 1 Christ, that we might be justifiedby prate department under the head other. IIKMtV. K.KMTKKF.T: gut Hills five miles north of town. ; ':, G

of Abraham and Jacob. Practical\ Question* the faith of Christ and not by ot a non-political supervisor whowo414 "I will not permit the charterIng -- -.. St. Augustine- flee Hive De-"v"

I Their vows. TJieir sacrifices. The These are practical questions on the worksof the law:: for the worksof keep the banks out of poll. I of a new bank until I am assured Henry L. Overstreet. who died l pnrtment Store opened for bllsl,1 ILl'! t'I

brew9.S monotheism. (one God) of the He- modern problems, based on the different the law shall no flesh be justi il t5 And In business I there Is a need for the new Wednesday, May 18, at his home aces at corner of Bridge, Wa/lh ini'r r, '

| lessons The following fied." Gal. 2:16.: ]1e also advanced a theory of I bank and assured It will not ''en- south of Campbell was born in ton and Granada streets.

The Beginnings of the Bible. questions, one for each lesson may 5. What concrete example makes &Od'1pelllng' banks upon organlzato 'danger existing banks and the peo. Osceola county (then a part of f 1

e preparation for Moses the first be used: 1. What more should man clear the meaning of this doctrlne'f"And' to put up a surplus equal to ple's money. Orange county) In 1M78, the son TIC."C'IIY.Utll.F.,, YOur
|f f the Inspired writers. bo doing to care for the earth He brought him (Abraham) fh S. The Beginnings of the Hlgh- forth abroad and said Look now teyhlus< > in low Interest se- deceased lie)! !'
which God has committed to him? liquid of new banks on borrowed Reeves Overstreet ( ) May 22nd and, trains will\ run as I; ;
jr Civilization Co-operation and 2. What is the best way to meet toward heaven and tell the stars, fMfttlefl to be available to repairiajflta.1 money .money which the organizers was married to Leona Henript of follows; sl,I, ," 4
five in the home. Industry and if thou be able to number them; I losses ard thus keep the 6 1908. Two !
temptation ? 3. What Canaans does will repay with depositors'moneys Starke on December ) No. 1 Southbound local -, due ( : -
|fir dealing and.. their results. God today call upon Christians to and He said unto him So shall thy pabks! safe as soon aa the deposits are brothers, Roll and Malcolm Over- Starke, 10:09: > p. m. !II I' ,
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eaceful' relations with others and go forth and possess ? 4. How can seed be. And he believed In the lut those are possibilities of the made. I will require bankers to street; seven Misters, Mrs. Sum No. 11, Southbound local, duo P t1.j
IMr advantages. An understand- brotherhood take the place'of com Lord; and He counted' it to him tllt\lre. he stated, and there' la put) their own money Into the capital Summerlin, Mrs. George C. Bron- Starke 9:20: a. m. ilf"< j'
In ng of the worth of temperance and petition in business 7 5. How can for.righteousness." ,; I'lefltY' of law on the books now to structure of the banks and son, Mrs II. Donnely of Winter No. 107 Southbound limited, due 9 t \. ; i 1

|( personal purity. 'the peaceful spirit win the rule I 6. How Is the righteousness thus 'keep banks safe. He quoted from keep It there. Haven, Mrs. Reuben Crewe of Pa- Starke 10:27: a. m. { '

.\ Review of Character among the nations 6. How-can the obtained aescrmedr the statutes to prove this, after "In other words! I will not permita hokee, Mrs R. Stemlow of, Huines No. 2 Northbound local, due ..1'', ,,(' 'J
Genesis Is peculiarly rich In great young be brought to value their "And he found in Him, not havIng telling his audience he ,was an- group of disgruntled borrowers, City, Mrs M. M. Miller and Mrs. Starke 0:10: a. m. t '(/1\ ,'d'r 1'1

and notable character and an in-I( birthrights? 7. How can labor and thine own righteousness, whichIs tlo\1nClng his bank security pro. a tin-horn politician and a smart L. B. Tyner survive him. Mr. Ov No. 12, Northbound local due '} I{
'Plrng! review may consist of capital, the modern Esau and Jacob of the law, but that which is 'groln in the financial center of the lawyer to come to me with a handful erstreet was one of the best Starke 3:31! p. m. .. ".t 'f ,,' a
tries of brief character studies be brought together 8. How through the faith of Christ, the ,tl.t.e where he would be face to of promises and open a bunk known residents of this section and I No. 108 Northbound limited due ,

written and read. The major char- I can we become more vividly conscious righteousness which Is of God by tlwith Immediate criticism from that Isn't needed. the sympathy of the entire community Starka 6:01: p. m. t : ''I

I-tiers: that may be treated thus of God's Presence? 9. How ,faith. Phil. 3: 9. ,the leaders of the state's financial "The above pledges will keep. goes out to the.. bereaved Starke and Wannee 101 leaves ,'f ,trt Ir ,1 I,
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To MR. SMITH AT ills< Blue Bus SchedulesDally : I ij ,,1 :,
effective Jan 1, 1932. y
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WELL I'LL. ii THERES ALWAYS I I Hradforil County of Florida In l
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TAKE \ John J. Inoun, that th clrfunilant
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III Bradford County TelegraphEstablished hone; Ernest. Amon I"I"J I VOTE FORLOUIS

Comptroller ''Erno!: t Amos Is the JoJIn

1877 only state official to be voted on In ,

the second primary \file long and
faithful service to the state first
gfoS; MEMBER s r'fV as state auditor and latterly as He HILL

\ comptroller certainly should com regard to Insertion In Brad-

; i (v' FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION \ mend him to the favorable consideration ford County"-Telegraph June 17th"

+ U I IA. of the voters. headed, "Meeting False Alarm
1Q32Published Mr. Amos is the will state the Items printed an follows -
,, As comptroller
... .. "r::J 'J .... financial manager of the state. : "And not until they had gath. FOR TAX ASSESSOR E Et
that the
Upon him devolves the duty of eyed did they discover

" seeing that funds are provided to meeting was reall;/: a political one.

Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class that keep the the state state school government and various going:; forced Failure Mr.of H the G.speaker Strofeldt to who arrive Inserted He has been a resident of Bradford County all his life. He S

1 Matter at the 1 Post Office at Starke, Florida other state Institutions, such as the the notice In last week's has been a good citizen. Sei
school for education and the deaf Telegraph to announce' that the

I, and dumb children located' at St. meeting was called solely for the He has made a Clean Campaign.He .

E. S. Matthews _____ ______ _________ Owner and Publisher Augustine, and the hospital for purpose of having the depositors of

. J. C. Robinson ______.n___._____________ Managing Editor the insane located at Chattahoo- the defunct bank hear how they. is efficient capable and trustworthy, three qualifica-
hee, are properly provided for; could recover their money by electIng tions for officer in
to the present necessary any your county.
and last but not least that funds an opponent 1,
SUBSCRIPTION RATE are always available for the pay comptroller, Mr Amos." He is qualified for the office for he has dealt in Bradford
ment of pensions to our gallant you are In total error In these
1 Yearly, $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable In Advance old soldiers and to the widows,,of two items-that the purpose of this County lands for over thirty years, and knows their

r Advertising Rates on Application those who have passed on. meeting,was to be a political one.
These numerous other duties Thin meeting wag, to be for the sole value..

s l ? placed'the on office him by of state the legislaturemake comptroller purpose means ast4a'bow of 'devising'we ways depositors and This is the first time he has asked for a county office. :'

\ i r man-size'' job, especially in by, legal, action; could, apply Give him a chance to prove his worth. ;
these days. stress auch have : the,.circuit court for the
$ Clubs seem to be a favorite pastime times of as we through niID
i pr at present but Mr. Amos has not i appointment of a receiver for this He,will be fair to all and will give you a clean business administration.

failed at any point to measure up defunct bank, so as to uncover *
;r+'' The great game of this country is evading taxes. to its responsibilities{ and It is believed these hidden assets, which the tl-

---0 a majority of the voters of comptroller ,or his appointees don't HE BELIEVES IN TAX REDUCTION cl
him their able to do, and to put the
who'll the tax on rubber the state will give endorsement seem
l ,k Avery Powell wonders pay at the polls on June blame for the wrecking of this (Paid for by his Friends) Cl

,i checks. 28th. bank where It rightfully belongs.I __._-_ ill.
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11 0 am willing to co-operate with edWIth
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of the saving deposI- human
'. to make it cheaper to travel than to the majority every care-
trying '"
Railways are tors to that end provided the chair- And If "you play 'heir with that
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rf't'' t stay home. ,, fiiHlniittloii(Palatka: Daily Are Uiuigcroun News) man or the secretary elected at I I "X" WHO CAN YOU TRUST?

ti 0 There is an echo of the gubernatorial our meeting, is in no way related Then you must take your share.

', Next Tuesday will settle' who is to be Florida's next governor campaign of (tour years ago, by blond or marriage to any of the I
officers directors or stockholders Look back eight years and If you ,
with its "rear end of a Ford, In
; ., -maybe.. h. the attack,which Stafford W Caldwell of this defunct bank, or anyone need advice The Truth About the Governor's
-0 recent admirer' of former nominated, elected or holding city When given a "ballot; what to do. Race b.

Washington sees tobe a darn good place for'the'veter- Governor John \y. Martin, Is make county,. or state political position. Vote for "David Sholtz" and times I

3 an:* to get free grub. Sholtz.It ing upon. the candidacy, of Dave week's Hoping issue to' see ftrthe this,Telegraph.article In this Will and be good price enough for me and Two Men Face the Voters on June 28

I amsincerely, ,
"
o is appropriate that this shouldbe you.

Headline !says prohibition is tough problem for Demo- so, as Mr. ,Caldwell vwaa. West .". nIl q" Strobfeldt. Contributed. p
Starke, Fla. -
,' crats. It's a tough problem for any party Florida campaign)'(imM1nager for Jtq el
Doyle E. Carlton when he began, NOW" BirthsMr. JOHNW.MART11Known
USO
o "IT WON'T ,,
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through inuendo and insinuation, and Airs. Roman Powell son,
.
In the death of Senator mitch, superintendent .of the to attack Dr.'Fons A. Hathaway. Johnnie little job. June 16. 1D

l' state prison, Florida I loses another outstanding citizen. Of course the public now knows His Job halo was mighty great. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Byrd, Starke, pI
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that allegation of fraud and corruption son,. June'IB.

About the only taxable items o overlooked by the Federal In-was the State merely Highway the vehicle Department As Johnnie governor wRoVi', of' again our .I state.the Job Mr., 13.and Mrs. J. C, Dixon. daughter ,Tried, Tested, Safe, Reliable! ;

I tax fiends about newspapers offices are typewriters and bank I that'Carlton' used for his ride into Johnnie says; he did things well Mr. and Mrs. Otho Hicks Waido,

overdrafts. ,, power And roads he built to stay son, June 19. DAVID
The Caldwell attack on SholtzIs SHOLTZ
But what can Johnnie do now Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Padgett
''i i ii o so similar to that which Carlton ,Since the farms have turned to hay. Highland daughter June.20. ,
c
i,M In America a person is presumed innocent until proven made on Hathaway, as to suggestthe Mr. and Mrs D. E. Baxley, Mid-

guilty. But they get slapped into jails!! just the same and 'same master brain had origin Times were good and money didfly. dleburg daughter, June 21. Unknown, Untried, Untested, Unsafe, Unreliable \ i
ated both. Or at least that one
js !' have a heck of a time getting out long enough to prove they're was patterned after the other. Mr. and, Mrs. Adam Green al
And we paid no attention, to things Starke son, June 22. Voters Corl
of play
';, innocent. Taking the simple fact that Mr. Florida well ask themselves why the
that were high. and Mrs. Dewey Bennett, t1
o Sholtz has been employed as a corporation Now times have, changed and coin Lawtey' son, June 21. poration Lawyer Candidate David Sholtz of Daytona Beach! el

Speaking of the multitudinous demands made upon the credit, Mr.attorney Cal'dwellseeks which to Is poison to his is Bcace, .- son of a wealthy and Indulgent'father, who provided him with a

government, the Madison Enterprise-Recorder says we have i the public mind with the idea that So put governor tharight Jg place.man in the I(r NO'l'IC'Hoard] OP TAX County, KUITAM.ATIONTha Equalisers: : of a Yale University Education and a start I in, the power trust c I

i a right to look to the government for protection but should he is a corporation tool a weakling Bradford County Florida will meetat and utility business has been so evasive about his origin",; ]
the court house In the clerk'H office -
and de-
sold
, ,if make our own living. who can be bought, David had some right good Jobs on Monday the 4lh day of July his early history his entangling connections and his publi 1\''
{ livered. When he gets this tar I A. D. 1931. an a board of equalisers
fame
\1 o along In hU' prepared speech be I And all have, won him for the purpose of hearing complaints record. The .people are entitled to know these things abou tl'I:
'',,I i So let's see what he can do,, and receivingtestimony al a,
,:,;.;},, The funny part' about these guys who freely circulate stops"He and forgets begins, however to praise, that Martin the By adding "Governor," to his name tn'rt,'oenrl::: of mixed I any', property as fixed, real by the or any candidate for governor. The 'Information has been corl n..

h 5h photostatic:! copies of judgments and court records agains opponents voter Is possessed of reasoning man' tax assessor the owner for or the agent year of 1938."IlRln.t such, cealed, misprcpresented covered up. f el

!J. 4 of their favorite candidates is that most of them have power. He does not stop to consider This"David we, must la a smart confess.So ; property J. U UNbEKHILL,, Everything is Known about John W. Martin the Florid! :':

1',k f < court records of their own. that it would be no more difficult let's vote right boys Chairman of Board of 'ounty Cracker Boy who made his own way in the world got hi i vl
Commissioner of Bradford County
to infer that Governor Martin -
;:;%r', 0il' Before we get things in a mess. Florida. education by night study and made a name for himself witn
I ; + whom he describes as a vastly Attest:
The first primary is devoted to expounding a candidate's successful real estate man, could ,The "X" boys 'is the mark that U. W ALDERMAN, out help from anyone else We know Governor Martin keep! '

: ; own qualifications for the office; the second period ,is used also be in the race for the purpose counts Clerk and Auditor. 8-17-31-7-1 his promises too. lie ran for governor in 1924 on a Roal ci'

to dig up all the dirt that would tend to disqualify the op- of corporation perpetuating which the earnings he heads of, the the If placed ,with, proper care. Building/ platform. He delivered. lie runs now on a Platforof
MtVAMKII" A41) C"F-IIKII
" ponent in the eyes of the voter. Northern Investment Company. But have if handled "hell""carelesaly"' you I'R1If' A1tY KMCC'IIONAt : Less Taxes and More Money in Circulation. We can tmj !
played ; a meeting held on the 8th day
.k}" N 5 5N $ o- That this company dealt extensively And the next four years 'you'll of Juno, A. I). 193:, the board of John W. Martin to come through. I of
real estate titles, acquired I county ,vommlnHloners' nf Bradford
In !! '
r. get,your share. Florida. Can any reasonable read the list of David Shop\ m
Everytime you mail a dun after July 1st trying to get in through the foreclosure of tax certificates County appointed the' following person

4I-\ ome'cash, you will have to contribute three cents to your was strongly intimated by Times are hard and can be worse, I primary. clerks election and tn Inxpeptors he, field for on the the corporations connections and believe he is sincere in his pr< s';'

<'/ Uncle Samuel who needs some extra cash to makeboth, ends Charles Durrance during the gub- And this we must, admit.So 28th Precinct day of No.June 1:, J.A.a D.Austin 1932: clerk)I Ift. eased regard for the Common People? 1i
'ernatorial marathon. Mr. Dur A. Hlanchard H. H. ..
meet in the postal department. rance went so far as to exhibit do your '[slutff"boys, J. M. Reddish Inspectors When a Corporation Lawyer begins to wheedle the Con to
Before we throw.a fit. Precinct No. 2: Lorenso T>. been the p4 ofpr
o photostatic copies of actual realty I clerk) : J. W. Edwardx, H. H. Lewis mon People .and whisper sweet promises in their ears.
1 t ,I and H. I.. Norman Inspectors
transfers.If pie had better watch out! T
Exchange says Florida's representatives in congress Johnnie's time was flourishing Precinct No. 3: .1. t,. Peek olerkl. .
are we are to trust Inferences and Albert Anderson Hufwell Me It a. and The Corporations have sent their hirelings out with Sugar ne
dry. They were dry until heads began to fall in the first primary insinuations, we could arrive at I days W. 8 Hlliley, Inop..ctou.Pr..ln..l .
When money was shipped on boats No. t: F. T. Abernathy, promises before and what did they ever do for the people? 1 D
These are hard times for congressmen to decide which these: conclusions: < But time has'changed to solemn clerk; J. A. J, IICKlnner' S. J. Thorn :
t Sholtz corporation attorney, is as and J. I'Nsorrlien'l' P Everyone knows that Governor John W. Martin proved hi p1.
will
be best days
stand to secure most votes. Precinct I A. William,
, running for governor for the sole Get right with "God" and vote for clvrk; Luther Wattet""von. Claude interest in the people when he provided longer school term| gl,
. o purpose of delivering the state to Hotiser and Lee Parker, Inspector
& + the corporations. Sholtz. Precinct No. 6Jake Cleveland Carleton free school books for the poor children in the grammar grade) u;
lI clerki Willie Swindle,
Voters are discovering that the main advantage in holding Martin real estate dealer Is run- "Forty miles per," was consideredfast. Sullivan and J. S. Ctrlner, JvH,Inspeo gcod: roads for everyone to use and plenty of jobs to go aroum

; h two primaries is to give losing candidates in the first primary ning for governor so that he may 'r. tors.precinct No. 7: Stafford L. Crew, That is the kind of Governor the people of Florida need agai 19

a chance to line up with the winners ..in the second primary prevent tax certificate the repeal laws of, the with present their But Johnnie thought it slow. and clerk O: }F.oJ. Ti A.>mlln Kapp..on., T.Inspectors II. Edwards, -Not a Corporation Lawyer with honey on his tongue and 1k
and i He paid a fine in 'Macclenny, at Precinct No.8. : Alvin demons' ,
perhaps from the
rt : save something wreckage. foreclosure clause. clerk N. E. Baxter H. n. Thomasand club behind his back! eD.)

---0- i Martin, head of his own company And last.the Judge said, governor,'you II. B. Crosby. I..Inspectors.J iILL.- Look to David Sholtz' record in the Florida Legislature: th
would certainly have a sel Chairman. Board of CountyCommissioner
It looks as if President Hoover and his congress wants to fish Incentive equal to that of may go.. / Attest: .. 1. When he voted to kill the bill to protect bank dtp'1' ai n;

finish up the job of putting.the nation on its feet by the simple Sholtz, the hireling.The The man who regards our speed O. W ALDERMANClerk was he thinking/ about the depositors and, the public or t in

I of tax tires tubes Democratic limit loW to Board. 8103J4: big money interests? I
r process putting a new on gasoline, lu- News, being a er
tricating oil, all this to be added to the additional tax placed newspaper and concerned as to the Would regard the "treasury" :NO''I'I)'1-1 EON ft IILICA't9OA I 2. When he voted for the leasing-of convicts to prival si.
In the Name of the State of Florida!
at the somewhat the same;
1 'success of the party polls th
on autos. It appearing by affidavit filed In firms and corporations, was he thinking about free "hi
In November, cannot understand So be "careful boys, when you go that certain cause In the Circuit
why Mr. CaldweU would be so active To mark that "X" after somebody'sname. t'ourt, Twenty-Sixth I Judicial Clr- working men who needed jobs? pe
o <'iilt In and for Bradford County,
In attempting to. tarnish the: .- Florida In Chancery entitled Wlillnm 3. '''When he did not bother to vote on the free School I It
k The Republicans declare Howey will be the next gover- record of the man who will almost i.'. Carter complainant, versus
Clara It. Carter defendant and the Act, was he thinking about the children?
nor of Florida.. lIe can become governor by vote of Democrats certainly be the party standard We,find that "David" has a pedigree relief prayed for being a. divorce; poor
that the defendant Is resident of If David Sholtz is not trying to the wool the
bearer. It would much prefer to it pull over ejj PI,
and that Note will to him only when the Democrat
go a state or county other than Florida
believe that both candidates for That Johnnie brought to light; to-wlt the City of Uumberton state of Florida people why didn't he vote; like he talks? I GJ
r voters lose all faith in their party nominee. This can happen, governor In the run off are men of Thanks to Johnnie for the pedigree of North Carolina and Is over the gr
Hge twentsv-one years and that If the average man and woman in Florida have learned oj
but honor and It has reo
it's no
not likely. t' integrity. ls no person in the state of .
We all vote for David and Florida thing in the past it is7this: Don't trust Hirelij A
.... ,,.,. cause to think otherwise. can > service of personal processupon a Corporation
o '- There is a certain danger In giving know we are right., said. defendant whom would personally bind when he comes promising/ the moon with a ribbon around to

The Seaboard will abandon the forty-two miles railway ,play to the Imagination. In It l I. ordered, that the .gMn'i: The trusts and big interests behind Sholtz and > D''
"His entire life" an American lad, Clara" n Carter appear to the money are
(% between Archer and Cedar Key. Before the highway to that this case one could by Inference complaint on the 1st day of August
Rt least doubt if Mr. Caldwell has A credit to him and his mother A. U. 1(32, otherwise a decree proconfesso the people ever get from them is oppression 18
t port was built the railroad paid expenses and perhaps a profit and dad will !> entered against her 1 h
given his full and real reason for for her failure to appear Stick to your Old Friend John W: Martin who loves D1
but the truck lines have forced abandonment of part of the jumping back into a campaignfrom His first name Is David and the It Is further ordered that this people as much as David Sholtz loves Brooklyn. John e I
last Is Sholtz. order be published! once a w.ek for
) first railway built in Florida. It remains to be seen if we are the which voters.he had We been will eliminatedby be consistent Vote for him boys, and get John- four consecutive County Telegraph weeks In a the newspaper Bradford -- Martin will cut taxes and bring back good times. al;

wise in allowing trucks to clutter our highways, taking away however and accept his statement flies goat., of general circulation publishedIn \\
Bradford County. Florida
,,, business from the railroads and causing a gradual disintegration as true. But we won't accepthis ., Witness my hand and the official
seal Paid for by Friends of John {W. Martin ;;
Insinuations against Dave "' a pedegree'es. of said court this the 22nd day
of the nation's arteries of traffic. 'nes Johnnteitaaye '
of June A. D. U32.
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Sholtz as the Gospel with the bark : all over tae'state. a. W. ALDERMAN .
o on. "" But if written even in shorhand (Seal) Clerk of the Circuit Court 'Plaintiff, and ftalstoad R. McKlroy.] Southeast quarter and the VT. ,t M, c..,
Bradford County Florida. et al.. defendants the undersigned of the Southwest. ''nunrti- ]
In this column. June 17, we called attention to a judgmentfor a Could fill many a slate. ZACH IT noUOT.AS, who was therein appointed an Speflal Southeast quarter and the t")!) D1
Jv t i, KANCIS 1. BULL, Master In Chancery, to execute. of the ttouthweast quart I'r; pi
a milk bill which had! been obtained against J. M. Lee Belle Glades Plans being made Solicitors for Complainant the on Monday t 1st'lay i Northeast quarter, all I'twelve
can and :7. II :
irr"ll.I'I '
for construction of theatre here. A dollar in your pocket a 6.24.09.7.22. of : *. during 1121 Township $' I t'1 PI)
? didate for comptroller. We misunderstood our informer on Winter Park-Gentile Bros., en- smile onVour face -- hours of sale before the court house South of Hange twenty(" t'l SU
"IT"R'S stLtr door lnKtark, Florida' sell to the Fast containing eighty
) this matter and received the impression that Mr., Lee had not I larging packing' bouse near At- Would both, (..! good If true. Notlc. I. hereby given that und.r highest old In and by virtue of a final decree> of the following I described.rc. ., situate : with the appurtenances. "ald"r"<
Untie Coast line station. But gagis legal a
paid this judgment. We made a misstatement of fact to this any political foreclosure made and rendered by atF.
St. Petersburg Aquarium will race; the Honorable A. Z. Adklns Judgeof : 'nttlnt.or.: ; : satisfy the ...- and eoeta 'I
r, effect for which we readily apologize-Mr. Lee has paid the be erected on city property at cost So be care ful with that ">C". boys the Circuit Court of the z thJudKlal All that certain piece, tract or K. PF.RRY1f.h; ."<< th
) Circuit of Florida In and parcel of land situate lying and being As special Master .
judgment. We have tried to be fair and we are sorry to have of about 119,000. you know what It will do. for Bradford County In Chancery{ In the county of Bradford and LAYTON & ORAT.Ualnesvllle. A
1 dated June Jlnrt. 11131. In that certain Fla' th
done Dade City Williams Depart- Htate nf Florida more particularly
him this injustice.-Tallahassee] Daily Democrat. cause. therein lately pending between described..as follows, to-wit: Holieltors for Complain1H6t7Jl. b1
meat Store being remodeled. ,The next four years must be ')lard- The Federal Land Bank :of Columbia: I The Northwest" quarter of the '- er

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