Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 25, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Y- ) 4-H Radio Program WRUF March 4 ;

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- OF PYRETHRUlj I At Court House A home Is a place where people and a number of new vegetableswere i BOYS 4-H CLUBS '

live, but it does not necessarily added to my old planting list

I follow, that every habitation Is a I was not bothered with Insects

lEntomologlst: at Experiment sta- 'County Candidates Presented home. Home la more a matter of or any plant diseases. The only On Werlneidny-of this week. Mr. i t

tion Give Method ofHanding Themselves At Tuesday heart than economics. Satisfactionand difftrl cult y was the extreme dry %' W. T. Nettles district supervisor I I ,\: ;

Pest I Night Meeting character are not to be meas- weather I had some corn In my and :llr. R. W. Blncklock, state club '
| ured by the size of ,the bark account garden which grew to be about ten lender, with Mr. L. T. Dyer county 4 '1. r ''

Several strawberry growers of Bradford county; citizens filled or the cost of the home. The feet high and produced from, four id agent, met with the 4-H club boys o

J this county have asked as to methods M1 1 the courthouse to overflowing, meaning of home la determined by to six: ears to each hill of corn. I bt ? it Starke school during the morn- i ?

f of applying pyrethrum for the I Tuesday night 'to listen to Fuller the members of the household. Domestic I also grew watermelons in my gar Ing and In the afternoon with the

pamera Mr. J. R. Watson ento- Warren former state representative felicity largely den, some of which were very Hampton and Brooker clubs la a '
mologist at the Experiment Station 9 I and Jacksonville city ined by the Ingeniousness determ.1 large, ranging from 35! to 45 lolat meeting at Hampton Beach.

I in Gainesville, gives the following man enumerate the councll-j members of the family. This is pounds In weight.I ? The attendance was good at these

J Information on the subject.The ...- Franklin D. Roosevelt where the home demonstration realized good money from the meetings, and much Interest shown! '
form of pyrethrum on sale I STAFFORD CALDWELL':;; I candidate for president.The agents come In. Knowledge of all sale of watermelons as well as by the boys and their local leaders d .''

I in starke is called Red Arrow. One coMty-wide mass meetingof that It takes to make life desirableand from the other vegetables. I sold In the club work this year. '' +

I pint of this to 400 pints (or 50 gallons Hon. Stafford Caldwell, candidate Democrats was sponsored by happy is necessary on the partof last year out of my garden over The Importance of organized : ''
Is recommend. for governor, spoke at the the home-makers. Physical comforts $100.00 worth of S clubs. was '
) of water (One- recently organized Bradford products fresh quo. emphasized by Mr. '
half pint to 25 gallons can be courthouse In Starke last Thursday County Roosevelt for President culture attractions, domestic and canned approximately 200 \ Blacklock who told the boys' Just a' I ,

I good laundry soap should be added county citizens heard his talkon offices and one for the state legis- and recreational opportunities I used the money realized from my Is to become a standard club and

J to the 50 gallons to act oa a spreader. governmental matters. Mr. lature made brief speeches follow- all play part.In rural civiliza garden to have some dental and optical obtain a national charter. He I ,

' Caldwell Is now actively engaged ing the address of the evening.Mr. tion.October work done which certainly ,r : spoke very favorably of organized n o { +

1>fr. Watson says the best plan' in his campaign and is making a Warren former Gainesville 1, 1929, I arrived In could not have been done had It I. work being done In this county ,'DY

is to take 40 gallons of water and strong appeal to the Voters resident and University of Florida Starke to begin to organize home not been for the 4-H club garden. *& *_VIATMINO and said out of these club would .+ ,

put in a barreL Then take five law student declared that the demonstration work in Bradford I am also helping to pay my way I come some of our greatest leaders t i

gallons more, heat it and dissolvethe I I Democratic party possessed pos and Union counties. Some sixteen through high school and I am quite JACKETS have supplant I In the future aa it Is here that l Vc
Easter beach
soap In it and add to the 40 I Cantata sibly the best presidential timberof years prior to this date there had sure I could not have gone tr I,Id Movie star pajsmae., Is shown Carole Lombard leadership (is developed. 1
school jacket
gallons. Take another five gallons its history but of Ml the promi- been a home demonstration agentIn this year, under prevailing If white J Jersey decorated with balls Opportunities of the Individual h'k

and/ dissolve the pint of Red Ar- nent men mentioned for the can this county but at that time the conditions had it not been for the of whit yarn club member was discussed by Mr.

row In It, stir well, and add to the AtMethodistChurch i t didacy, Roosevelt was the most agents worked or at least were money realized from this club gar- Nettles who stated that many boys '

barrel of water and soap.In outstanding. paid only for two.mouths in the den. are now attending college or are t

spraying be sure to get the The speaker reviewed the life year. It was interesting, although Besides the vegetables grown in PeT Association i holding Important positions aa a result a+ Us I ,

liquid down around the bases of SundaySunday history of Governor Roosevelt and sixteen years had passed< to find the garden I grew about seventy : of club work. lie stated that ,1w{

the plants where the pamera hide. cited his numerous accomplishments evidence of her work as I visited different varieties of flowers some the club work gives the boy an 4q

U two men are available, one In political offices. He said the different communities.Clubs shrubbery and some box flowers. I Arranges For opportunity to show, Just what he i IS !
were organized for both used the flowers for bouquets for 00.1do.. It develops e
should lift the leaves of the plants Governor Roosevelt who is now loaxUrnhlp ;
while the other one sprays under evening at eight o'clockat serving his second term as chief Junior and senior work in the rural sick people and for my home. which Is so much needed In every

them. the Methodist\ church the can- executive of New York state, was communities. Now we have eighteen I have been a club member for community.The n

The berries should be picked before 'tata, "The Song of Triumph" by elected to his second term by a junior and senior clubs; 238 three years and last year I was Series LecturesThe enrollment this year. 1>[r. r i,

the spraying is done. If another Edward W. Norman will be ren- majority of 723,001, or the largest junior and 130 senior members who awarded a trip to the state college Dyer stated, U Just about double Gi i s'
dered by the choir, under the direc- to Clubs and Innumerable short course at Tallahassee for what It wan last In this
picking is available in a very majority ever polled by any governor -, Belong organized ; my year county M
few days perhaps it would be bet- tion of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, with of New York. others receive individual splendid garden record and this health and sanitation com- and he expects a very success

, ter to wash the berries to get rid Mrs. F. H. Long accompanist: He termed Mr. Roosevelt as help who are not members of any year I hope to compete for the Chicago mittee of the Parent-Teachers Association ful year In club work despite the n F

I of the soapy taste. The pyrethrum The program Is as foUows: the best governor New York club. trip which is given to the girl has arranged an exceptionally degression. lie stated that there u

19 not poisonous.A Opening hymn. No. 171 by choir state ever had an outstanding I could not carry the' upbuilding making the highest record In the fine health program along was a better club spirit among q'' illy ,

warm, sunshiny day should be and congregation. executive in every way a true program forward were it not for state for gardening. Besides all he lines of social hygiene, com- the boys, and through the organized i ,',,

cHosen( for the spraying. It maybe Scripture lesson and prayer Rev. Democratic leader and one of the the valuable assistance that Is this there has been a great Joy and toned of-fl series of lectures to the clubs he expected club work I -'

necessary to repeat the spraying W. F. Jones. I'' best all-round candidates ever men- given by the organizations of my satisfaction In accomplishing some- young people of Starke and to the to Increase and develop until Brad- ;

In a week as the first spraying No.1, "Hall Glorious Day"- tioned for the presidency. : counties. County and city officials, thing worthwhile and from which fathers, mothers and teachers. ford will rank with the leading ,

will not kill the eggs. Choir Mr. Warren said Governor Roosevelt I. business men's organizations, wom- I will derive lasting benefit. The first lecture In the series counties I In the state.

No. 2, "God So Loved the World"j during his past term as gov- an's clubs, along with other organizations Relation of 4-H Club Work to Is to be given by Rev. W. S. Stoneyof .

{Closing Date Victory contralto solo-Mrs. D- E: Knight. ernor of New York state, had and innumerable Indi- School. Gainesville to the boys In school FOUSYT/l RATTLES .r

No.3, "Sing Unto the Lord- eliminated the ad valorem tax on viduals have been instrumental in (By A. J. Griff. Superintendent of from sixth grades up and to any FOSTER TO DRAW{ r '
Drive Now April 1 Choir. real estate. He declared that It developing the work through moral Schools Bradford County) boys over 12 years, In lower grades.

No. 4, "They Crucified Him"-. was the first time in the historyof and financial support : When I took up work as superintendent Young men who are not In school IN FEATURE KOVT r :

|Florida Army'of Democratic VVomien Choir. '.- New, York'state that such a Time will not perm my speaking of schools In 'Bradford are also earnestly requested to at- -

Ask for Added Time to No. S, "Near the Cross Was move had been made. Mr. War- long or as enthusiastically as county In 1029, I planned to unify tend. The first lecture Is to bo stark Fighter and Boston Pugilist, V

Mary Weeping," soprano solo, Mrs. ren declared it provided a success I could but others which will follow the school system of the county. I given on next Monday March 28th I'tunnwl Each Other for wl

Complete Task J. D. Doyle and choir. from the start. On the questionof I' me on this program will give you My plan was to get the rural at 3 p. .m. -In-- school auditorium. Ten Rounds.
No.6, "Dark is the Garden", the added some of the real accomplishments Tbe subject "Temptations Peculiarto
speaker districts '
prohibition to cooperate with each -
Closing date for the Victorydrive quartette, Mrs. H. B. McLendon, that Mr. Roosevelt believed In of the home demonstration work In other; get a closer relationshipwith I Boys." A short time after this Gllneavll1eh; : 22.Vasco :!k .
of the Florida army of Demo- Mrs. E. K. Mr. David I Bradford and Union counties. late, Mr. will return for V
cratic has been extended Ferryman, strict enforcement of any law on each other and a closer relationship Stoney For yUl of Starke and Eddie Foster iff; <"
from March 25 to 1 according Moore Mr. T. T. Long. the statute books., I with the city high schoolof 1 another lecture to parents and of Boston fought bitterly thru ;i., ?y i ',";r'
April No. 7, "Keep Your Vain Watch", said there The Story of My Garden teachers. His subject at that time 10 fast rounds here last to ;
The speaker was no ( which we have only one) and night a / : 'V''
to an announcement made to- men's two part chorusMessers.David truth to the rumor that Governor (By Essie Sapp, New River, FIII \.) the rural districts. When our coun- will be, "What we can do about it", draw decision. A record crowd '""t",t IIf' f\\ '
day Mrs. Li. A. Davis colonel of .'I
by Howell ) became Interested In 4-H work This date will be announced next :
Moore, Nashworthy, cheered \, ..J:
Bradford Roosevelt was not physically ty put a home demonstration agentto enthusiastically throughout It' ; .
L. D. Green T. T. Long, Owen the about three years ago when our week. the bout which termed .' ; 1 k
of the date to take over the duties of work In October 1929, you can- was by I.j (?
was Griffin and Dr. H. B. McLendon.No. home demonstrationagent, Miss Mr. Stoney has had much experience Q"" \ '
made presidency. He declared that two not Imagine Just what this meantto fans as the best staged here by :: I
Mrs. James M. Carson
8, Offertory-Mrs. H. V'I of New York's most prominent' Jordan, came to our county school my plan.It with young people, especially the City Club. 1
Miami, general! of the army at the and discussed the of He Is active in the '
importance a
Knight. examined Young with all his ';( "W'
request of several colonels who specialists bad recently Is my privilege and pleasureto Forsylh opened up 1 I I'
Solo (selected) Mr. David had 4-H club. I Joined the club and People's Service League and at magic in the first round. He Kent t
asked to be'given additional timeto Mr. Roosevelt and publicly go with our agent to schools .6 .: ', 1
I have been member ever since the of Florida.) His Influence
a University -
Moore. announced that he was in good' and introduce her to teachers and Foster to the canvas on one of his :':' : n ,
their work. ,i .
complete No. 9, "Hall the Easter Morn"- The project that I have enjoyed has been Invaluable.The rushes but the Boston battler lid y i
Mrs. Christine Tolan, Flagler physical condition.! pupils and in: this small way, I was : :t ffc
most has been garden work. second lecture In the health
Beach Choir. More than 300 citizens of Brad my' able to help lay the foundation of not stay down for a single count. ;(', j 1'I;
has colonel of Flagler county, No. 10, :"As It Began to Dawn" ford county had signed member- My garden last year was a great this great cooperative work. This program brings to us the nationally Foster entered the second round : .fl'' rya;;
received a contribution from duet-Mrs. A Z. success in spite of the dry weather known. Dr. Valeria M. Parker 'i'
and alto I ,
determined he
soprano Bradford to show Forsyth k r
every Democrat in her ship cards In the County was the real beginning of puttingmy ; 'In
registered Adkins and Miss Ethel Griffin. Roosevelt for President Club and I[ grew every kind of vegetable thatIs plan for school unification Into of> the American Social Hygiene could, match his blows. He con't": ;
county, and the first colonelto
was .
tenor commonly grown In our gardens Association.
No. 11, "Fear Not pledged their support to Mr. Roosevelt operation. tested every slant of the .
lead her county over the top. solo and choir, Mr, David Moore Dr. Parker has been lecturing In battler and when the round ended '' ) f,
Indian River county under the prior to the meeting Tuesday. In this brief talk I can only give .t j' "
leadership of Mrs. A. W. and choir A large number signed followingthe Lawtey Boys 4-H you an outline of what this 4-H cities throughout the state, and he had gained a slight edge. ri'i' 1"
Young No. 12 "Christ the Lord is Risen" Starke la very fortunate In being However tIt:
session. Although the clubis club work has meant to the educa- they fought through .'
colonel, was the second district:. to Club Holds MeetingThe able to have the privilege of havingher I {
reach its -Choir. only six days old It Is expectedthat tional system of our county. The eight more rounds on even terms. .' tv i,
quota. No. 13, -"Savior Divine", soprano come to us. Dr. Parker will I Neither apparently could outmlug : ,:: a :t,
The list of colonels stand more than 75 per cent of the girls were organized Into clubs with : .
as they
solo-Mrs. J. W. Andrews.No. voters of Bradford county will boys of the Lawtey 4-H club the necessary officers for each be> In Starke Friday April 1st, I the other. Both were fast, both ii, ;
today! Is: Mrs. J. W. Mc- '
Alachua 14-"Rejoice In the Lord"- held their and will talk to girls and boys from and took blows and ; :,tt
Collum Baker have pledged their support to Mr. regular monthly meetingat club and each member taking an gave many ,
Mrs. L.
; C.
Hodges; 11:45: to 12:30: at the school '
Bay, Mrs. J. T. Choir. Roosevelt within the next 10 days.J. the Boy Scout Hall In Lawtey active part In the selection of these when It was all over Referee John .k4 't:
Bennett .
Bradford V
lira. Lt. A. Davis Brevard; Mrs.C No. 15, "The Triumph Song"Finale. L. Frazee, Starke attorneyand last Saturday afternoon with a officers, thus learning leadership orium, after which she will 'aUdl-1 I Minardi called the bout a draw. l'' .I 'r'; .
; ertatned at luncheon at 1 'I
J. H. Campbell Broward Mrs. chairman of the Bradford good attendance of boys. Mr andMrs. and fellowship (not every one Is a It wan a popular decision. I. i (f

P C Dickey Charlotte; Mrs. C. K. Benediction. Roosevelt organization, presidedover L. T. Dyer were present and good follower) which is necessaryto by the health committee at theI, Foster said to be one of the I" I, ', i
; led the in several and home of Mrs. R. A. Weeks. At 3 cleverest boxers to here 'f .:' ,
Dodd Citrus the meeting. Circuit JudgeA. boys games good citizenship.The appear i4't.. '
; Miss Marguerite '
Pridgen HOME DEMONSTRATION Z. Adklns introduced county songs In connection with the program clubs have regular meetingsand o'clock Dr. Parker will address weighed 154: pounds while Forsyth ,,;, .A Vi',', I:
; Clay, Mrs. W F. Clark
; the parents and teachers and
Collier CLU11 ORGANIZED, BROOKER office seekers. given by the boys. are taught not only domestic entered the bout at 150 pounds. ? 1.1+ 1
Mrs. J. M. Barfield Co
lumbla ; Our club Mr. Dyer tells us, Is science, but keeping records,) and friends of young people. It Is Jerry Ford of Starke defeated ; ,', (!,: :' ,'.:
Mrs. Eleanor Harthlll; Dade. A ladles from the the largest in the two counties accounts, which they are acquiredto hoped that all parents, from this Soccer Campbell of Gainesville In '; .
Reverts "
Desoto Mrs. will avail .
Ora ; Brooker community met at the where he works, and we hope to do. They are learning business and neighboring towns the second four rounder. Campbell :: j ,t
; Dixie Mrs. Guy make it the best club. He said if we I themselves of this opportunity, who In his second ) f 4,1'jUpn.i
was appearing 'i
Kerby; Duval Mrs. W S. Jen- home of Mrs. M. P. Matheny Friday The former DeWitt C. Jones principles that are vital to the successful ,
would hold our 40 members and of the fight, put a battle and "'. :' ',:'
for the of management home. up game :
nings; Eacambla Mrs. Sarah Lan- afternoon purpose Hardware building is being entirely MOTOR VEHICLE .1'
drum Cawthorn LU-CoL Mrs. A. organizing a home;demonstration remodeled this week. Contractor make our club a standard club that This Is not only the foundationof INSPECTOR IIKHK won the admiration of fans despite r. Y, r i''t.J)

B. Dooley; Flagler, Mrs. Christine club. :Miss' Pearl Jordan, home Charley Johns having charge of he would that we got. 'recopl- our school system but our civil -., his defeat. Ford has been fighting ,? ,' tJ,;

Tlan( ; Franklin Mrs. A. R. Marks; Demonstration agent gave a brief the repairs and alterations. The tion throughout the state and ization as well. I must not neglectto I Watts Bethea, of Lake City, district .1 for two years but did not experience '.' '::11j, S ;
demonstrationwork would be given'an opportunity to tell you of other things accomplished an easy time with Campbell. : : i .
Cllchrlst, Mrs. Marie Hardee; Gulf, history of home building Is being made ready for broadcast the radio from Inspector Florida motor vehicle ; ,:1 ; .:' \'
1dr H. R. and discussed the programof branch store of the through this 4-H club work Is few I'
Goodwin; Highlands, occupany by a Gainesville. You expect to department spending a SING AT CORINTII a 1'1 yl' 'M ,.
lira. a illllsboroUg work that was available to the of may -our school houses have been .
B. Hylton; Baird Hardware Company days In Starke this week aidingthe i }j:
Bradford and Alachua
singer .
hear us on the air next fall.HAMPTON
dire. J. R. Ramsey, Lt CoL Mrs. demonstration club.' Gainesville New floors are being '... made the center of community activities local agents in their work. He will meet at Corinth Baptist church <.' ,4.1:1": :, ,! ;

Ry( Frierson; Holmes Mrs. S. L. The following officers were elect- put in and the Interior will be re- not only the school girls urges those who have purchased for all-day sing next fourth Sun ., ,.\ r.. '
*>ter; ed President Mrs. H. Crosby; vice- 4-H CLUB but housewives of the district are 1932 to them their I (
Indian River, Mrs. A. W. : finished. MET SATURDAYThe tags place on !day (March 27)), with dinner on the I't /11 .
Gung; Jackson Mr. J. H. Carter president. Mrs. T. W. Markey; The Carol Cafe has had considerable planning on improvements In home cars at once as It proves annoyingto I ground. All who like gospel Blag- l i L }:-
J'.. Lake Mrs. M. P. Matheny; made to the buildIng and school Records prove that all concerned to find I ;
[ Mrs. L c. Johnson; Lee secretary, repairs many carrying are Invited to attend. This i .
ling Ii; ,
Mrs. Florence Wilson; Leon Mrs. membership committee. Miss Lu- the plate glass front being Hampton 4-H Club held its the 4-H club members who are them In their cars and is In 'church Is located between Starke : { ,
Blount' Mrs. T. W-Mar- the exterior and first social meeting of this year leaders in club work are almost violation of the law not to )
Myers; Levy. Mrs. L. W. bedla Plnholster changed and both prop will be '', f
I and Lake Butler. A sign
Rutland; Madison. Mrs. Frank key and Mrs. O. W. Hazen; pro- I Ulterior refinished. at the home of Henry and Wood- Invariably In class work in school. :erly place them on their cars as 'ii, "f
placed at turn off point. L
P Mrs. L. R. Wa- ; the Starka row Hlnson March 19. Games Through 4-H club work our people should be. I(1(
Mramore; Manatee, Mrs. John W. gram committee, Following repairs to they H. L. Hilliard. I.' I ', J1
Steeps; Martin Mrs. Carroll ters, Mrs. Ted Redd and Miss Zu- i Hotel new double windows have were enjoyed by the crowd then have been trained to conserve and I : ; 'j Jr..'l
Du andIt boiled pickles and bread economize and in this way make MEETING AT IIEILDROIVNBCHOOLIIOUSE
118combe the structure eggs
; Nassau Mrs. J. B. lena Waters.The been installed in lJ
Stewart: monthly meetings will be la now being stuccoed. New were served. the homes and home surroundings TONIGHT ; !
Okeechobee Mrs. R.' B.
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Wens; Orange, Mrs. R. D. VanTssell held on fourth Friday of the month. I awnings will be added. Songs were then sung the national more comfortable and inviting, Fh The CandidatesWith I '

; Osceola, Miss Lottie Law- '. 4-H hand clap was givenMr. thus making our people contented Candidates have been Invited to _, .... J11,
'" ( \
ler; Palm Beach, Mrs. \SEBALL MEETING I I I SMALL BLAZE MONDAY and Mrs. Hln on. The club progressive and happy; all thesethings attend the meeting to be held at :

Hauck: pro Harry planned to have their next regular are necessary In order to lellbronn Springs school house tonight two announcements this' 4 j" ,
M ,. j. D. -
.Pin. eUu. Miss} Sue Barco Polk; AU those Interested in baseballare The fire department was called meeting April 12th. The visitors have a great state county and arrangements for tats week, the number: of county candidates f\'.. Th '

SB J. B. Hannah Putnam.; Mrs. invited to attend a meeting to out early Monday night to a fire were Mr.\. and Mrs. Mann of Pa- community. frolic and political meeting having for office reaches the total M
: held next Monday at Mayor H. that destroyed the garage belong latka. In conclusion, I wish to state been> completed by those in charge. of twenty-five with still some of I lk i.41
5oughlln 8t-
W. be
; Mrs.
Y I. Atkinson; St. Lucle Mrs. D. E. C. Wall's office. This Is a county- ing to Wilmer HolUendorf Just All enjoyed a very pleasant evening -, that 4-H club work baa done more Refreshments will be served and the district offices to be filled. f

Austin' Santa Rosa Mrs. Milliard wide meeting and all Interested I west of the city limits. The structure I In our county to slmtulate interest proceeds from the dance to be I Both of the candidate, Messrs.\. J. .i'1' S"
Caldwell; invited. was burned to the ground, and Henry Hinaon. President In education than any other factor given will go to the athletic fund ''a. Crewa and G. W. Hlnsoa, are i r'I

Aahto; SelDlnole.Sarasota Theresa D. persons are I a car belonging to Mr. HoltzcnJorf Wilson May (' (;retary. the proof of this' la. obtained by of the Htilbronn school. Everyone I announcing for re-election, Mr. ; "+ ,
t Mr. W. T. 4- visiting the homes of the 4-H club: Invited. Crews commissioner 'J '' '
the flames. county !
gley damaged by :
; Sumter Mrs L. L. Pararo; was badly "
gym; Suwannee Mrs. W. R. Big- Gore; Wakulla Scott Washington Winter JJaveo.-Bardo Products girls of Bradford county If we look I from district 2. and Mr. Hlnson as ,'t g

COrosack; Mrs. F. R. Me- Walton, Mrs. Clark ; Jefferson Tallahassee City considering'purchase Corporation opened canning plant on education as "preparing one to Fort Pierce-Tropical Fruit Co. commissioner from district d.
; E. Spencer;
Union A. '
Strickland Mrs. Ella R.VoluLla Mrs. of two tract of land. i n South Winter Haven live to the local plant started operations. .. .
; Mrs. J. R. Mrs. J. J. Willie, Sr. tl"tl"Icounty J.f J\ f.

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RALPH COX, Sports Editor CLEO SHEPARD, Exchange Edit!).

PATSY BRINSON, Society Editor B J-I S JOURNAL HOPE HAYNES, Junior Reporter

LOUISE EDWARDS Literary Editor 0 Q G MARY PEARCE, Sophomore Reporter

JACK BRADLEY, Freshmen I:"-
MIRIAM JACOBS, Joke Editor porter


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I sENIU Ladles and gentlemen, the pro- Victor: "Why does that dog sit 6! Mr EVERGREEN.. V. A. Roller.
gram you have Just listened to was and look at me all the time?" Cor.
sponsored by the "Daughters of I Waiter: "You have the plate he Mr. and Mrs. aai aa:
, - Will Arise Club." This is Macknee usually eats from, sir." Ellery Redding of I
. Grahame speaking. TIlE DEPRESSION I the state farm were visiting hit I

,. ATHLETIC HISTORYOF very brilliant! boy and likes all Bong! Louise: "Hey, don't strike that Miss Lucille Griffis was visiting mother, Mrs. H. F. Redding Sun
SENIOR BOYS kind of sports. In fact he excells It Is now exactly nine bells. La- match there; that tank Is full of The depression that the entire Miss Reba Raulerson Sunday after day afternoon.B. f
in sports as well as his studies. He dles and gentlemen we now turn gas." world is suffering today seems to I E. Rosier and mother, Mr.and I
! Ben stem;;;::" During his Is good natured, very accommodating the "mike" over to Less Robinsonwho Melba: "Think nothing of it be a regular after-war event. In noon.Mr.. R. C. Griffis spent several Mrs. Everett Futch spent Sun-1
freshman year Ben acted as gen- and possesses rare wit. will relate his weekly story. This is a safety match." past years by looking on records days with Mr. and Mrs. M. L. day afternoon with Mr, and Mm!!.'f
J. S.
eral utility man on Coach Ray's Likes and Dislikes: He likes This is Snoop Mu Goop announce you can see that following time of Thompson.Miss Sapp.
football squad; he took part in cake, Ice cream, pretty girls, foot- Mrs. Perkins: "When do leaves national strife there is a boom followed Lucille Griffls spent Sat- Miss Willie Mae Reddish spent!
several games and gained valuable ball, fighting, his teachers, chem- ing.Hello boys and girls, another Fri- begin to turn?" by a term of depression.But urday night with her slater, Mrs. the week-end with her cousin Mrs I f
experience for the coming years. istry and to study. He hasn't any day rolls around with It's promisesof A. E.: "The day before examina- who knows Maybe the depression Ellen Norman of Bootsey's Beach. Cohen Peele.
I As a sophomore Ben was first dislikes. a good week-end. Well, to start tions." does a good after all. At Mr. Buck Griffis was visiting Mr. Misses Pauline and Juanita Ro .|
string tackle under Coach Ihrig. the week-end off right I will relateto any rate we know that it brings Claude Rowe Sunday. ier entertained a number of their]
He played forward on the basket- Extra-Currlcular Activities you a story which has been Evelyn: "I hear the country is about a better understanding be- Little Johnnie Frigo was the friends with a weiner roast Saturday -I
ball team. The Junior year was Abolished passed dpwn for several genera starting a campaign against ma- tween man and his fellowmen and guest of Preston Wiltfeldt Sunday night.
probably Ben's best; he played end Chicago (ABS)-As a drastic tions. The title, I don't know; laria." reduces the prejudice of the nationas afternoon. Mrs. J. Q. Rosier I IP, spending]
and made many gains on passes economic measure, Lindbloom high neither do you. I Louise T.:: "What have the ma- a whole. And as one of the Mrs. Morris Pringle was visitingher this week with her father, Mr.
from Sam Alvarez. He made goodas school department heads recently Way up north in Georgia, In the larlana done now?" great authors once said, "In the parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. John Sapp at Sapp Station.Mr .
forward on the basketball team. voted to abolish all student extra- small town of Esmeralda there time of prosperity look for a Wilkerson recently.Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClellan
Ben was elected captain of the curricular activities. Athletic lived an old man by the name of Conductor: "I've been on this change; in the time of adversity Lacy Norman of Bootsey's were visiting Mr. and Mrs Everett J
football team In his senior year. competition, publications, and lit- 'Hank Peabody. He was the vil- train seven years.." hope for one." That is Just what Beach was visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. Futch Sunday. I
He well deserved this honor be- erary and dramatic productionsmust lage postmaster, blacksmith, store Cleo: "That so? Where did you we will do-hope for a change. I C. Griffls Monday i Mr. Gnann of Okahumpka, It]
cause of his loyal service. Ben go. The school had to fall In keeper, and depot agent. When- get on r"Guide I -Ben Sternberg. We are all very sorry to learn visiting his daughter, Mrs J E. I f
filled this position as well as any- line with the city economy pro- ever a train came to Esmeralda that Mr. Joe Hodge is very ill and Rosier.
one could, urging the team at all gram, and all teachers are neededto the whole population,' all* four (pointing): "And this, Indies Mr. and Mrs. L. Prevatt, Mr. and hope he will be able to be out again Bernard and J. E. Rosier spent a I
I, times to play hard, but play fair. handle extra class work caused would turn out with their shoes on. and gentlemen, Is a skyscraper. Mrs. Sikes, Mr. and Mrs. Penny soon.We few days last week with their]
He played guard on the basketball by a record enrollment. Aa the story goes Hank Is the ." Dinkins and children Miss Ethel are all very glad to learn uncle, Mr. Elbert Gnann In Oka-

t team. B. H. S. Is not only losing avery leading character. He lived on a Patsy: "Oh my! Isn't It wonderful Bertha Taylor, Gladys Sikes, Doris that Mrs. E. M. Raulerson is) out humpkha.Mr. .
p good athletic but also boy of When inning Is Losing small farm about four miles from ? And when can we see it Kersey, Lula Wilkerson, Lucille again after a very serious illness. and Mrs. Bryant Redding]
very pleasing personality, and we Amarillo,' Tex., (ABS) It town. Now on this farm there work r"Miss Griffis, Mr. Ernest Raulerson, and daughter, were visiting his I
:' hope Ben will go far In college ath doesn't pay to be too good. Re- were several ponds. Hank would Buck Griffls, Elzle Griffls, Claude mother, Mrs. H. F. Redding Sunday

letics. cenly the Amarillo High School go and take a swim every morning Isabel: "Who originated the Rowe, Flutty, Guy, and Johnny BOATDRAINMIH night.
Ortho Matheny-ortho did not band was barred from competingin after his dally chores were done. first geometrical proposition?" Frigo, Leon WUkerson and Walter Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier were
enter any form of athletics until he this year's Panhandle music As the housework was all done be Beverly: "Noah." Wlltfeldt. Susie Allen Cor. visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. A Pringle
was a Junior, but It did not take I contests. Reason: For the last five started towards the pond to take a Miss Isabel: "How is that?" Mr. Ernest Raulerson spent Sun- Sunday afternoon.
him long to earn a first-string position -,years It has won first place. swim. Arriving at the pond he Beverly: "He constructed an day afternoon and Monday in :Mac- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey and Miss Doris Reddish of Wateroak
at halfback. He held this noticed there were seven ducks arc." clenny. baby spent the day at Mr. and Mrs. Is spending a few days here with
position until about the middle of Even Their Fingernail swimming around. When he first Mrs. J. L. Starling spent Sun- G. W. Harrell's Sunday. her sister, Mrs. Cohen Peele.

the season and was switched to Brazil, Ind. (ABS-Comment- saw them he was stunned at the Lester: "Ubh, there's a worm in day with Mrs. E. M. Raulerson. Brother McGauley preached at Ited China Grove Church Sunday
tackle where he was a "holy ter- ing on girls' complexions, the student sight, for a duck In this part was this apple." Mrs. W. M. Wiltfeldt was visit- China Grove church Sunday.Mr. morning and evening.Mr. .
ror" to the opposing backfleld.. of Brazil High says "They as rare as a lawnmower in Alaska. Ben: "Here, take a drink and ing Mrs. R. C. Griffls Sunday af and Mrs. Henry Rye visitedMr. Raymond Glisson visited
;"rbasketball: Ortho served as substitute paint what they used to be." When he came out of it he ran wash it down." ternoon.Mr. and Mrs. Melvin McKinney Miss Cherry Harrell Sunday. I
guard at the beginning of his back to the house to the old J. L. Starling, Mr. Joe Hodgewas
"E', get Lester: "Wash it down, nothing.Let Sunday afternoon.Mr. Mr. Ira Allen visited Mr. Pete]
year. Ortho easily won the position Real Depression Price muzzle-loader, which would hold 7cbargea. the beggar walk." visiting in Starke Sunday. Maddox from Georgia vis- White Saturday night.
,, as tackle and wall elected alternate -I Walden, N. Y., (ABSSenlorsof I He loaded the gun and ----- ._- -. .
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captain. He served as Walden High School recently started back to the pond, but whilehe Teacher: "Give me a sentence t+ -- '-e
guard on the basketball team. If gave Old Man Depression a sock was gone one of the ducks had using the word 'trite'-meaning
; Ortho choose to go to college we when they served a senior supperat flown away leaving six. Finallythe worn out. *

feel sure that he will give someone 5 cents a plate. pond came Into sight with the S. R.t: "I wore my trite pants to 3frNOW.
1 a close run for a position on the ducks swimming around serenly, the picnic."
football team. Parse Me a Couple, Please plucking bits of grass. Hank '' +v
Henry Mast-Because of his ed till all in
Amsterdam, N. y (ABSWhatIs walt-I'
small stature Henry was unable: the construction ofa shot, killing everyone of them _
to make the first string, but ho' kiss grammatical? Quoting from the Castle on the spot. Duck meat Patsy went to Jacksonville on a 1 1Ne
gained valuable training for his delicacy in Esmeralda. Hank could
shopping tour Saturday.
Heights Cavalier, the Item of
senior year during his first three see the he would for the
money get Ralph attended "Strangers InLove" r
Amsterdam High says: A kiss Is a Z/
years. In his senior year Henry ducks. When the ducks were on in Gainesville Friday night.
because she stands for It.
; pronoun
was very valuable to the team in dry land Hank noticed there
Melba went to Jacksonville last
It Is masculine and feminine,
his position at left halfback. therefore common.. weren't but six ducks; he couldn't Wednesday.
understand this; so he started Lester Price Like Oak a
It Is plural because one calls for gave 0
CHARACTER SKETCHES OF back home. Halfway home be
another. thrill and spent Thursday and Friday LIIs1.O'e
.' SENIORS heard something buzzing aroundIn J' Jv7"IOtv
It Is singular because there la .
-' the air, to loud for an insect and
I nothing else like it. Miriam has found a secret gold ,
\ Melba Silcox was born in Starkein Usually it Is in opposition with a not loud enough to be a plane. It mine-in DeLand. She went to UlilnI"
1915. She has dark brown hair, caress; at any rate, it Is sure to began to puzzle him, when all of a court last Thursday. I
hazel eyes, and a fair complexion. follow. udden he remembered what it was. Herbert was out riding the other "G

She in very attractive and is very It can be conjugated, but never It was the seventh shot looking for ,night and the unusual happened- i91fs .il6
accommodating If she likes you. : defined. the seventh duck. he had to walk home.
She is a pleasant to be Boys and girls you have Just s
However, It Is not an adverb be- -O--l' Pt ,
.; around and converses in a very cause It cannot be compared, but listened to Less Robinson relatingone JJSf l..o gl.pr
of his weekly stories. This is I ,
pleasing manner. She Is natural it is
a phrase expressing feeling. ROSEDALE "
ly antagonistic and likes to argue Snoop Mu Goop announcing. r
She Is also determined and self- CHAPEL PROGRAM Ladies and gentlemen, owing to Miss Lucille GHKU. Cor Ivm os f ,

expressive in her Ideas.I -. the shortage in the Sunday school ------------ .'
Likes and Dislikes She likes funds our period of transmissionnow
I : We were glad to have Mr. Dun Among those attending the show ehe011
fancy clothes, to flirt with draws to a close.
ham speak to us last Thursday In at Lawtey Saturday night were: -
secretarial work, and candy. She chapel. He told us several interesting This Is station B. IL S. broad- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilkerson,. qr
dislikes being contradicted, vegetables stories showing why love casting on a designed wave lengthof 7 ;
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conceited and-: 400 motorcycles and ot
people and kindness should prevail in the power
Ralph! I forgot to mention that homo. He read a chapter from the 660 knots by special permission of Why Get Up Nights?
she likes Herbert. the Federal Prohibition Commis-
Bible bearing out his talk. Make This 2So'Test .
sion. 't
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squash Is Tallahassee Evans!: has all ben planted, to I:
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very edible, being cooked for 45 and J. T i
BALLOTCarrying ;
minutes Harrop, Tampa men are Mr. Karstedt, in various sections of the county. It will require about ,
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs ; the interior Is scoopedout the active field secretaries 111
and served. The exterior is I the state Including Dade City, Ala- 90 days for the fry to attain the I

not eaten. chua and other points. The heavy size of between two and a half .
Bradenton I names of stale and
Herman Gunter rains which were a part of the cold and four inches when they will be candidates. who county
state geologist on an inspectiontour snap' have been beneficial l so it it distributed. formally announced *
In the meantime, they in .
Jacksonville-The the Telegraph
to this
LIVE STATE "Boots and Saddles" sounded Clarion call of of South Florida" today warned stated. to the new planting and extra will be artlflcally fed. After the dat., Thin I. not an official ballot, a 'Icarrying
NEWS againat Manatee
[ county artesian well fertilizer will not be needed because
St. Johns Park first 100,000 have been raised to name of all candidates for ,d
midway between owners to .
preserve the artesian of the different
here and St. previous dry growing fingerlings and distributed a sec ofTlcoa. but lI"t. only those !
Augustine today, for water
the supply. The water may run period. ond 100,000 fry will be put In the candidate who have announced ,
inaugural of a tea horse low "
day at any time and thus force Ditto pond and raised to fingerling through paid advertisements In this
racing meet: The meeting last of salt water into the subterranean Tampa---The Ward Baking Com size. paper for the office they seek i

TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGE the winter stands in Florida this channels from which the fresh wa pany of New York today asked a For C2ovem

... season, calls for dally programs of ter now flows be stated. Gunter temporary injunction In Federal Miami Vote fur Una.STAKFOUD. ?d
------ ---Reports of the rescue of
- 9 seven
races and some of the best said that the old Palmetto oil well court restraining Harry Z. Ward four persons Including the pilot of I I CAL.UWKUL; ,
Augustine sweet potato matel at the home of L. G. Skin- thoroughbreds In the country are was now flowing saltish water and' Tampa baker from using the name a seaplane forced down off Cape

St inches In circumference and ner here. The child's stepfatherand quartered at the track to Insure a pointed out that this may occur at Ward on cookies and bakery prod. Sable, Fin., March 11, reached Miami I I CAHV A. 11AI11JU13 ,.1.

2.,Khing 18 pounds, on display to his mother, Mr. and Mrs. Spur- high quality of running. More than any time in other outlets throughout ucts. Petition for the Injunctionwas today from an Isolated fishing: I I JOHN- W. MAHT1NKur r

in the window of a market on geon Bagwell, of Lake Worth were 750: ponies were expected to be the south Florida area. The preliminary to the filing of camp to which the plane was towed llnllroiMl (:urw/.lo..r/ ]

la atbedral street attracted much in an adjoining room when the accident -I registered by nightfall. Barns al- Manatee county board of commis- suit for damages arising out of alleged by a rescue boat. The pilot believed Vota for on*. ,'jI

ttentlon. There was great specuitlon occurred. Police investigators I breds ready housed some 500( thorough- sioners recently warned all property infringement of the New to be John Marlon Edgar, I I W. U. UOUO14A88 ",' .. ,

.( as to hoW Many could be fed said they believed the boy attempted owners having artesian wells York company's copyright owner Jr., of Victoria/ Drive, Dunedin, For 8tte. {,' ,
that one potato, which has to raise himself on the that the state law prohibits the ship of the name Ward as a trade- Fla., but the names of the man Vote for one, Mrniitor i ,

,rokcn roB all local records on size. mantel and that it fell crushinghis Waucnula-Ten carloads of cucumbers flowing of the wells beyond the required mark for bakery products. The woman and child who were passengers I I TUELMA JOHNS ::! }

was raised by E. Casanovas on skull. He died,on the way to shipped from here this amount to supply the needsof New York company, through Its were unknown to fisher-

vnsstasla t Island. a hospital. week brought growers approxi- the owner. :attorneys here, told the court that men who rescued them. A trace of I I HAL. Y. MAINKtiI i '

Hastings-The potato market in mately $12,000, according to estimates I use of the name by the Tampa ba- numbers on the seaplane showed I I J. M. MANY- ,'I,\ tI

ClearwaterThe board of mana- the Hastings area gradually made here. The price on Fort Lfiuderdule 2,010 pound ker had injured its business in It was registered In Edgar's name Member Sin,.. llrpr."...<.ll.._
of the Florida Congress of strengthened during; the week, the local cash market ranged from killer whale was captured In the Florida, Alabama and Georgia. and that It was sold to him by William I Vote for one. ',j '

arenU ers and Teachers will meet closing Friday night with sales active $3.75 to $4.40 a hamper for fancies, ocean off this city yesterday by a V. Link of Astoria. L I,. N. --IO M, mJ- .1,1'I ,'. 1 ,

5 to close the businessf at $4.50 per bbl., f. o. b. Hast choice brought $1 less, plains $UIO party of fishermen who brought Miami- Frank Oxenfelt 48, and Y. .,. "
en present state administration ings. Offerings during the week to $2 and culls around/. dollar per their prize here for display. The George Maxey: 45-year-old: negro, I I T. R. 'INII01.EITICI1 J .,.j', '. .

f tile organization, prior to the were light but were of excellent bushel hamper, net. Eighteen cars party, In the boat of Captain J. B. were brought safely back to Miami Mnr ('oun.,. Jadg. lj,''I ", L

t the of the annual state con- quality. It is estimated that 79 have gone out of here to date and Vreeland, consisted of Mr and Mrs. today after spending eight days RISING Vote for on. i i I fI
penlnff here the next day. Follow- per cent of the Federal Point crop growers netted around $1,000( or J, J. Mullen and Mr. and Mrs. Otto adrift In Bahama, waters In their Mr. II. II'. Mol m>. for I I limO, A, OAnulNrtR J L" JA,

jitlon the convention, on April 8, the and 50 per cent of the Bunnell crop more per car for them, according ELspath, all of St. Louis. The monster 'disabled 24-foot fishing boat Weak I I 1.': K. rlr7CRYalAN I ": :
ng and board has been marketed. Shippings for to estimates based on average similar to one weighing 4.000 'I from hunger exhausted from eight ,'
state officers Mr. Auther and Snooks McRae .
set of "' .perlntrndrnt. '. ... t
iew will meet to plan the the week to Saturday morning prices. Strawberries were bring- pounds and caught near Miami recently continuous days work at the pumps were business visitors In Jackson- \'ot.. for nno. 'r .1. "1,1,1:
f managers amounted to 173 cars. Approximately ing more clear money this week had a head like a pre-hts- to keep'their boat afloat, and with : i; l
the next ville
'' to select Thursday t
activities .
car's I I I. II. l'UTt'U } ;:
ouventlocity! and to name stand- 350 cars of potatoes have than any time since last Decemberas torlc monster, teeth set in the Jaws throats parched from lack of Water I After several months apent in : ''t ;1'I :

committees. been shipped from the territory the price ranged from 12 to 17 like a dog's fangs; jet black skin, the two were picked up yesterday Plant City \Mr. Ancll Norman la I I A. J. UItIFFIS I' '

!njr during the present, season. cents the pint, compared with a and smooth, leather-like spines by the United Fruit Company again greeting his many friends InfUsing I I If. H. WJlII1INS. "\, ''hr I" "'"
seasonal average of around six to protruding from the back. The boat Cuyampa, bound for Honduras section.Mr. 1'f':: t/ ',
St Petersburg-Charging laxity seven cents. bulky body was more than ten feet Later they were transferred VollII Clerk (.1..0. Court i 1 I I .
and Miss Teresa sI .
Arcadia--John Daughtry Sr., Floyd Crosby to"k ,
of ,,
n the part of the state board -- long. The captors said would to a coast guard cutter and \ "
examiners and assertinghat between 95 and 102 years of age, they Bennett were quitely married iI I I n l, w. ALril iMAN :4J; M': :
arber ;
TampaA hundred thousand the head and brought here :
preserve Jaws. today. at the home of Judge A. l
who never had been ill In his life, George < KM'1,1
certain sections of the barber members in I I A. J. TIIOMAR ,
state-wide "
a organization '
home Gardiner Tuesday, March 8th at 3 .,oft : 'Jh'''fI
died at his Ogden ,
!icense law have been violated, blood to combat enerous automobile Lake City-After several days it Ocala--As an activity of tho for o'clock. Shortly after the ceremony M(. T. ts'.enor .'{. I qI; ..
from poisoning
lore than 100 St. Petersburg bar- I Thursday his license and gasoline taxes is the is apparent that the cold spell of est and game conservation committee the happy couple left for Vote tor nne.I $< i "i.
caused when a mule stepped on
erssent a letter to Governor Carl- services held declared objective of the Florida last week and the week-end has of the chamber of commerce, Ralford and the state farm on their I I P(. W. IrAYIRI .1c .(. 'I"}
foot. Funeral were 't Jf
,m' today urging him to remove Automobile Owners' Tax Protec caused considerable damage over J. D. Wilkes and R. V. Ott mem- :
honeymoon. ,
Sunday evening at 3 o'clock p. m. L_ t I r. II. HrT.r
: <
he board from office If the board tive League heads of the organization the state. But the Manhattan bers of the committee, have takena Among those attending the 'I I'
in not enforce the law as It is Daughtry came to Fort Ogden 70 declared here The Porduce I I N. I). WATNWItpilI I $
from Tennessee. He did today. Exchange Brooklyn, N. lease on a pond on the farm ty at Miss Agnes Kupp'a! Friday ." r ,
;.htten and in a more economical not years know ago his exact age. He is new league is headed by C. W. Y., of which Tony Karstedt Is resident place known as the old Ditto placeon night were Misses Edna and Thel- 1&.I'nta : j

latmer, Funds of the board local survived by the widow, his second Greene, retired Tampa hardware manager, has gone ahead state road No. 19 and the state ma Lewis Pearl Johnson, Lillian vi I 'r.I ,

arbers charge, are being spent in 17 children, many grandchildren merchant and W. F, Stovall, former with Its plans to start all over game and fresh water fish department Kelly J. R. Kelly Fred Hnlslop and. I I CA1tr. JOHNS "
wife ,
) wasteful manner. I owner and editor of the Tampa again. Seed for 1,140 of is to
and more great grandchil acres preparing ship 100,000 Wilton Conner I I CARL A. KNimrr :' I I. J,r:
Tribune chairman and secretary- cucmoers was secured immediatelyIt small fish known as fry to be S "' ,
Indian Rocks-A tame pelican dren. treasurer the became evident( that the in the to Oiled For Nborlir. j''' "I"" "
respectively, league's crop placed pond and raised Hollywood-- streets to be Vote for one. .
,es arrived at this Gulf side resort -- charter having been received from ,I un the grourd hdrl been lost This ftngerllng size, after which they repaired. r "J n iI
Bradenton A new vegetable I I tISOAK ANI1HKU\ J.lI
I ml taken up his residence on the -- -- .------ -- ---- _: ,t .
nJian Rocks bridge. He brought has been found to grow with success I I U C. rt.lBMONH .J'I: ',<"j'!< .1'"

Identification with him. A In Ma atee county, It Is called I II IJ .
us '
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I ," and a Et'rrnnl'lflN r : 'I
"the vermicelli squash ',
!asp on the bird's leg reads "Bu- l
was exhibited by A. C. Member School 1I".dlIr..I.> t ,I
au of Biology Washington, D. Vnt. for one .). '}:,; 6'
who ,, .
farmer ,
',' Bridge tenders have named Roesch, Duckwall, \ ,
he bird "Bill- an they see that heels raised the vegetable on his farm I I O. II. nrnNNwrT ::1 4 lyI i ,

: his three square meals of fish there. It Is a sort of a vegetable I .. I I J. T. MOOHB) 1: f J;

ach day with lunches thrown In noodle taking from 30 to 45 days I I U. A, NMW80.M \\t: ; t I\\ :

>etween times. They have writtenhe to attain maturity from the time f : ,'I'IY"ts I
of planting and is a foot long and 'Member Hehnnl Ilimrrt. -KUtrlrt 'i.iJ., '
Washington department to tell I fur on < \.
from four to five inches in diam '
hem about the
runaway. '
said that the seeds : I I If. I). MAY : 1 1'
eter. Roesch i

Miami-Edward M. Scott, 6, was are imported from Persia, the the best Member Nehool Ilnard_Illntrlet>> a "'J IS t ,;',:I f r,::1(t

nJured fatally today when he was I name vermicelli squash, being coined ii i You get Vote for one, t.I t'I y J'.' j ,
havto 1 tl''
L rushed under a falling fireplace by himself, the vegetable I I .T H. KKM.Y ,;. )" : II"
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the opening lead after a .. ", .I
The {following hands have been mis- of proper ---- - j ,
ilayed I in some way and have been sent double. If a. player doubles after his "I
| in (for criticism: partner has made a Lid, he expects his Flowers For All j .'
partner to lead the suit he has bid. If a ;. I ',
Hand No. 1 player has made a bid of hie own and OccasionsGERTRUDE 3 '\ ""i. :
later doubles he expects his partner '
t Y : to lead that suit. -.-..-.-.--- :i, I( l i''

: A B : In this example 1 hand, Z has MJ four ''
t Z t spades and his partner, Y, has doubled GODBEY ,JJ ar i"f
five hearts. Under these conditions ZClubsK I'
Hearts 6 ,
should have opened his ace of spades
Q. 9, 8 .. H ;
Diamonds-7 This opening would have set the con- Phone 3D Waldo, Fla :
tract one trick. Y had a singleton spade [ j.
Spade._A. Q, J, 9, 7, 6, 2INo and doubled with the expectation of a _____ .._.--. ,i r "
score, rubber /game. The hand ill spaue opening. Z, however, thought of for quality work! 'I. .. .1'. 1,
to equally applicable either to Auction 'or none of these very good reasons for a ..
Contract. opening. lie opened the king of p
Z dealt and bid four spades (.1 fine spade and A 11 just made their bid and 1 1Y rtMERVES .
pre-emptive bid by the way),doubled, thus scored game and rubber. ThisA OVER WORi I i :
: :
.II passed now psasnIdland:;: Y five doubled.Vhen hearts. Z and carefully.Thl.lland hand is a.fine example to study it over Your Chevrolet-dealer- is in a better position than anyone else to give you A" ji j.,J ;:":

passed what should Z have opened? I '
offers an excellent example The following i is another fine example: is ,, '
quality work at lowest prices. His service station factory-supervised. r

Hand No. 2 :

'learts5tubs9,8,63 .' He has factory-designed tools and equipment-factory-trained attendants ,1 j,l' 'f,

L'iainonds1 6, 2 Chevrolet And he is ,." ,f f
and mechanics. He uses only genuine parts. per- "
Spades-A,1 K, 8, 7, 6 'H
K 6 2 '
Hearts- ,
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; Y : Clubs- K, ), J. 4 : sonally interested in seeing to it that you are satisfied with your Chevrolet.

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: Z I Spades:"," Q, 10,4,2. :, ;w. A series of weekly service specials to emphasize the low prices on Chev- %, I I' eat

..No applicable score, ruV: to! .' either,.t.,.11"-, and Auction the hand or Hand No. 3 rolet repair work starts today. For the week of March 28th, the special r .4!:1, ''t' #,f fI fIi

Contract 1 y | I

Z dealt : A B : will be brake adjustments, for which the bargain prices below prevailtfCHZVROLKT / ... \ t't't t(
and bid four hearts, A bid : Z i r t }
the diamonds! and all passed.Y opened t tUP
JeartsK, Q, 10, 8, .
dummy a In this instance, was placed Clubs-A, 4 TO your car In worthevery ; ; '.
wi the table. Z played the three of Diamonds T, 7, 6, :2 ." nerve at high tenilon. ;J 'I'
Pades and A the five. Y should have Spades-9.5 No wonder yon snap at the wife ; :':\

JMioned somewhat follows: "What No score, first game, The point of and bark at the children. "' rtQ, ;(
t of hand did Z have to J justify a the hand is applicable to either Auction Watch out I Overworked l' ,
{taut-heart bid? If he had wanted a or Contract. nerve may lead to Sleepless.. W :.1" .
hart lead he would have peas, Nervous Headache, Nerv" .
probably Z dealt and bid one heart A and Y i ion.
doubled His four-heart bid Indigestion and a boat of : :
probably passed and B bid, one spade. Z and A j '
01 at least eight hearts with and Y bid two hearts. The final other leasant dlatarbane"i: ,1 \:
iOurhenonandvery little side strength. passed bid! was four spades due to the fact that e I I Why donut you try Dr. Mite I
Healeo' probably has a singleton spade Y raised the heart bid twice more He Effervescent Nervine Tablets ofwater '
and bid four hearts in the hope of also doubled four spade What should e Just one la a half glass t' 11,
shutting out a spade bid. Therefore Zoptni" makes a pleasant, spark- r..Ti
ay best play is i to lead the ace of 1 his hind is! similar to the first one Hog drink delightfully soothing ".\:
st'1des and hope that Z can trump the 'in that Z has bid a suit and his partner, to over-taxed nerves. '
I thud round of spades." I Y, has doubled. Under the rule set Dr. Miles' Nervine is now t f

If V had l reasondown in the analysis of that hand, Y s made In two forms-IJqnld and .' g
thin of
i" line certainly expected a heart lead by Z.Irrespective Effervescent Tablet. Both haft 'Jiil't '
\h1 would have set the contract one II fact however, Z the soothing effect. !t,. '
r lie I of that same tf i
failed %
} to do so, however:, and
the encle.or $1.00 at drag store '
!led a heart at trick two which A 1 should have led a heart in before he J your 'T-! -B!
"' ed.A then led trumpll'and scored I to set: up a trick In that suit {
tare lout bis re-entry (In clubs r f '
< and f'
*CK"; This rubber i*another,losing hand only that should spade Instead of doiti:{ so, however then,led Z SEE YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER !:\, t
of club and ;
<*refuiy: noted. I opened the ace : 4. J ,
the four, hoping as he said for a ruff, VI
The A 13 a game that they ; ''I"t'
in the followinl gave
should be easy but sometimes tae{ easy I I I couldn't have scored if Z had opened I 1 :
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Tung Blossom Ilcilbronn Springs THERESSA LA{JVTBY BROOKER -

Mr.. E. B). n."er> Cor. Ml. Vera G.I..,
Miss Thrlma Khoil*.. Cor. Miss Rhoda Zelgler Cor r, Cot.
'3ociety Fesitval Plans

The store of G. W. Roberts was Mr. and Mrs L. R. -
Miss Pauline Green visiting Waters
was Mr. R. C. Helberger was a visitor we
;, his cousin Miss Juanlta Williams to Starke Thursday. broken into last Friday night and visiting his father In Cell SucdtLy
a quantity of tobacco groceriesand Mr. and :Mrs. P.
Alachua county's Tung Blossom Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Carstensen are M. Baretoot or
FATHER'S NIGHT 1 An original poem dedicated to Festival, to be held in Gainesville Corley Johns and childrenof the proud parents of a little daughter two pairs of shoes stolen. The Starke, were visiting Mr. ann Mri

I the honoree and written by Mrs. March- 29 throughApril. promises Starke, were visiting her sister, born Thursday, March 17. The thieves gained entrance by break- R. T. Osteen Sunday.Mr. .

The Parent-Teachers Association -' 1. II. Futch was read during the to be a most entertaining event Mrs. E. E. Green Sunday.Mr. little one has not yet been named. Ing the glass in the front door. This Cephus Harrell of WildwOOd

will entertain on Tuesday evening evening. Shamrocks were givenas and will be the means of attracting Ba com and Juanita Williams Dr. E. L. Biggs and Dr. W. :E. Is the second time lately that Mr.Roberta' and Mrs. H. N. Baxter of Jackeon

,. March 28th at the Woman's favors and many lovely remem- many visitors to the UniversityCity. and Miss Genevieve Sanders Mlddleton of Starke, were professional store has been broken Into ville are here visiting their parent.
Club at 8 o'clock In honor of thefathera. brances presented Mrs. Geiger who The fete Is being staged spent MondllY'with Miss Pauline visitors here last week. and up to this time the thieves Mr. and Mrs. Wade Harrell.

.. All parents are invited to Is one of our most ei.teemed citi- under the auspice. of the Independ- and Lorene Green. Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan of have not been apprehended.B. Mr. and Mrs. T.'W. Markey and
attend. zens. Delicious refreshments were eats Merchants' Association of Mr., Herman Woodle returned Putnam Hall, visited her parents, Y. P. U. Weiner Roast Mr. M. P. Matheny were In CalclI-!

served by Mrs. Durden assisted by Gainesville.The home Tuesday after,spending several Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Swindell here A weiner roast was given at the vllle Saturday.Mr. .
1 BAPTIST W. M. S. TO MEET Miss Toots Durden and Mrs. II. A. program points to four days months with:his uncle at Oz- Sunday. home of Mr. and Mrs. Anders with A. L. Green and son Lesley

Durden. The guests departed ot diversified entertainment. One ona.Mrs. Miss Lois Jordan of McRae, wasa their daughter; Mist:: Pauline as were In Gainesville, Friday on bUIll:

.The Baptist W. M. S. will hold wishing Mrs. Geiger many more ot the features of the celebrationwill E. E.: Green was an all-day visitor here Sunday afternoon. hostess for the benefit of the Junior ness.Mr.

their business and program meeting happy anniversaries."THE be a food and automobile showat guest of her sister Miss Ida Sweat Miss Clara Swindell was a visi- B. Y. P. U. A number of games and Mrs. John Mott Were

t at the church Monday afternoon Alchua County Fair grounds Tuesday. tor to Putnam Hall Saturday eve- were played, after which the hostess visiting her parents at Miller SUB
" at 3 o'clock. Mrs. J. L. 811- Included in this exposition will bebe :Mlsa Josephine Green spent last served roasted welners pic- day.

ti cox leader of circle 3,: will have ONLY GIRL"CLUBHOUSE PRE- > free shows and a typical county week at Glen St. Mary.with rela- ning.Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Trlest and kles and rolls; to the following Women's Monthly Club Organized

l'f'' charge of the program. SENTED DRAWS AT LARGE CROWD fair midway. In addition com- tives.Miss Mr. James Trlest and Mr. JImmie guests: Grace Arwood Ave Lee An Interesting meeting was held
munities throughout Alachua Emma Woodle and children Swindell were business visitors to Reddish Bettie Phillips Martha at the home of Mrs M. P ws! -

I'' \ SILVER TEA AND county will bring their Individual Herman and Carl were visiting Starke Saturday afternoon. Wells, Rosa Mae Rowe, Mattie theny Friday afternoon for the
;MUSICAL PROGRAM "The Only Girl" a musical comedy exhibits: thus assuring a varied Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Green and famIly Edith Rowe, Elsie Loadholtz purpose of organizing a Women
f sponsored by the American display. The merchants have arranged Monday night. Miss Joyce Mast of Hampton, I Nancy Blackburn. Jewel Reddish Monthly Club. Miss Pearl Jordan,

t. The Woodmen Circle has completed Legion Post No. C8, and directedby for free admission to the Mr. Clyde Morgan Juanita Wil- visited Miss Okie Hlnson Saturday I Nellie McEarchen and Jim Moore home demonstration agent, pre:

k plans for a silver tea with a Mr. R. F. Demorest. was pre- grounds and many valuable prizes lama, Mr. Colman Williams and night. Edwards, Vann Burney Cleon sided over the meeting and elec.

I' p musical program at the Wcodmen sented at the Woman's Club Friday will be given to those who attend. Pauline Green all motored to Mrs. R. M. Hersey and children ,Wooten Charles Dlnklna\ ," George tlon of officers were as follows:

\, hall Tuesday, March 29th with evening to a capacity audience. Over seventy floats have,, been Starke Saturday night. returned to their home here last Arwood, Sumter Harley Charles President. Mrs. Thelms Crosby;
the very best talent An enjoyable This delightful attraction met with entered for the big parade to beheld Mr.: and Mrs. Jake Sapp Mr. week from Plant City where they Blackburn James Anders and Junior I vice-president. Mrs. T. W. Markey,

t' evening Is promised to all. Time, such outstanding success the Legion -I on April, and a colorful arrayIs and Mrs. Drew Reddish were visitIng have been spending the winter Reddish. secretary Mrs. M. P. Matheny

t' 8 o'clock.. will stage same In Lake Butler I promised. March 29 will be Mr. and'Mrs. E. E. Green Sat-' months. Easter Program at Methodist Membership committee: Mrs. G

\, Friday night, April 1st, and In Gainesville school day at which urday afternoon. Miss Ouida Hall is spending sev- Church Sunday W. Hazen Mrs. T. W. Markey,

r SURPRISE PARTY the near future will give a complimentary time the children of the city will Miss Mildred Sunders Is spendIng -, eral days In Starke with her brother Everyone Is Invited to attend the Miss Lubedla Plnholster.
performance at the Veter- entertained merchants. Wednesday Mrs. B. F. Hall and family. Easter Program committee
be by a few 'day with her cousin program at the Methodist : Mrs L. R
P., Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., delight- an's Hospital in Lake City. will be University of Florida Miss Hazel'Johns. Mrs. J. P. Dickinson was a busi- church Sunday morning at 10 Waters, Mrs., Ted Redd Miss 2u.

t fully entertained Tuesday night I The cast of characters for. the with a R. O. T. C. dress parade, There 'was a large crowd that I ness visitor to Starke Monday af o'clock. The program under the lena Waters.

with a surprise party In honor of play was as follows: band concert polo game, inspection attended the dance given at the ternoon. direction of Mrs W. H. Edwardsand Instruction will be given In various .
''C-' her sister, Dorothy Sapp, who celebrated Frank Bowers Owen Griffin. of the Florida state museum home of Mrs. Nettle Starling Wednesday Miss Mildred Phillips had Miss Miss Guilda Marie Thede will forms of household activities

j her fifteenth birthday. Harry Lyons-Lenthall Wyman. and visits to tung groves near the night.. All reported a nice Ruth Fender as her guest Saturdayand be very Interesting to those who Those present at this meeting

Many amusing and interesting Syl Martin-Joe Sauls. city. Thursday will see a political time. Sunday. attend.. At 11 o'clock Rev. W. B. were: Mrs. J. M. Mott, Mrs. Thelma

games were enjoyed. Late In the Mel Tatum-"Red" Montleth. rally holding forth at the fair Mrs. J. C. Jones and children The Corinth B. Y. P. U. members Christy will preach on the "Resur Crosby, Mrs. Ted Redd Mrs C. B
1\.' ,' evening delicious fruit punch and Otto-Robert F. Demorest. grounds. All aspirants for the were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. rendered an interesting programfor rection." Colson, Mrs. Rollle Waters, Mrs

cake were served. Eighteen guests Wilson-Mrs. J. D. Doyle. state and county offices will be John Clemons Sunday. the Theressa B. Y. P. U. here Mrs. W. C. Wooten and Mra. Alfonso Alice Thomas, Mrs. Emory Ma.

enjoyed this affair. Emily Martin-Mrs. N. D. WainWright guests of honor. The day will be Mr. Russell Judd was the guestsof Sunday night Griffin spent Friday in Jack. theny Mrs. L. R, Waters Mrs. T

IJ. Jr.Margaret. concluded with a free fish fry. Miss Lois Starling Saturday The 4-H club boys entertainedthe sonville. W. Markey, Mrs., G. W. Hazes,
' FLORIDA FEDERATION OFWOMEN'S Lyons-Miss Miriam The school of Alachua county night. club girls at the home of G. W. i Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLeod of Mrs. M. P. Matheny Misses Lu

: CLUBCONVENTION Jacobs will declare a holiday on April 1 In Mr. and Mrs. Jack Crawford and Hinson Saturday evening with an Melrose spent Saturday in Lawtey. bedla Plnholster Zulena Waters,

I .} TO MEETThe Elizabeth Tatum-Miss Mary order to come to Gainesville for a mother were dinner guests of Miss "egg boiling", which was the main Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso Griffis and Miss Pearl Jordan, home demonstration -

Canova. track and field meet In the morn- Elsie Crawford Sunday; feature of the evening. Mr. Dyer, WiUam and Cleon Wooten and agent.
; Florida Federation of Women's The Cook-? (E. Ferryman..) 'tig. In the afternoon the studentswill Mr. Jack Edwards! and Roy Carter county agent, was present. All reported Charles Dnkns spent Sunday after Mr. Earnest Fowler sustained
hold their -
will convention
I Clubs "The Wedding of the Painted have a chance to view the were"ftJguest." 'of :Misses: this an enjoyable event.' noon in Jacksonville.B. painful bruises about the head last
" at Gainesville, March 29th to Doll"-Bride, Betty Stringfellow; spectacular parade. The Festivalwill Thelma Rhoden and'Beatrice Underhill I E. Sapp and Mr. Bennett of Sunday while returning from Sunday -
Tbe'Woman's Club of The Theressa Christian Union is
April bridegroom Billy Taylor;, bridesmaids close on this same evening with Saturday afternoon. .Starke, were visiting here Sunday. school at Deaden. He wm
Starke will be represented by their nicely with the Mem-
L'Etta Corpening Louise a display of fireworks and the Mr. Owen Rhoden spent Satur- progressing standing in the back of a truck
Ii{; president Mra. N. D. Wainwright Stern Jean Davis, Docla Smith, awarding of the many prizes offer- day night'and Sunday In Brooker ory Contest Those who have re- Births and was caught by a telephone win

and Mra. W. E. Mlddleton. All Ruth Wyman Margaret Lowry. ;d by the merchants of the city and with frlenda.i ceived completed cards are: Misses Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stanley, across the road and was thrownto
I .... members of the club are Invited to Jack Jacqueline Andrews Rhoda Zeigler and Dollle Kelsey, Starke March 17th.
I'.; Jumping county. Mr.' Rodman Underhill returned daughter, the pavement. He was rushedto
, be present. ; Buster Brown ,Sonny to Valrlco Sunday after spending and Mr. Frederick Dodd. Others Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McLendon, Starke for medical treatment

Haynes; Red Riding Hood Joyce GREEN DENOUNCES last week here with friends.Mr. i near completion which we think Uaxville, son* March 17th. Mr. Hogan Smith and children
: METHODIST Hayes; Mama-Doll, Betty Green; Roy Carter was the guest of will be soon. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Reynolds, were visiting friends and relatives
, Folly Dollies, Doris Kruse and Ger- SALES TAX PLANS Miss Lorene Green Sunday.A Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby were Graham, son. March 18th. here Sunday. ,
Methodist Woman's
relatives here
: aldine Silcox; Soloist, Miss Estelle very large crowd attended the visiting friends Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ruls Starke, .
held their business -
II'I i Society regular Mont' Kendrick. Washington, D. C. March 22.- dance given at Charlie O'Nell's Sunday night Mrs. Crosby was son. March 19th. Strawberry shipment to recent
and program meeting Musical number: "My Baby Said, Congressman R. A. Green Saturday Friday night formerly Miss Teresa Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. John Moody Pen- date aggregated 11,046,608 plnta

, :" day, afternoon at 3:30: o'clock at Yes, Yes", "Story Book. Ball"; on the floor of the house denounced Mr. Russel Carter and Morris Mrs. E. B. Johns of Starke is ney Farms, daughter March 27st. with estimated return to grower..

the church. dur- chorines, Misses Kitty Hogsed, the proposed sales tax asthe Carter and Miss Elsie Rhoden and visiting her sister, Mrs. J. J. Zelg Mrs. Jettle Starling, Graham, of $1.066,970.-Plant. City Enter
Mrs. T. J. Griffin presided
Mary Pearce, Lois Adklns :Martha most unfair and unjust tax Beatrice Underhill motored over to ler and family. daughter March 23rd. i prise.
The W. M. S.
ing the meeting. Miss Lucille Bennett returned to
Lois Patsy Brln- before the American
Brownlee Long proposal peapie. ----
Lawtey and Raiford Sunday -
(, of the state will hold their con-
her home at St. Petersburg after a
son, Murla Weeks and Marjorie He said that through an unbalanced afternoon.
ference In Palatka April Oth to 8th. friends and rela-
visit here with
for entire economic
Accompanist approximately '
elected to attend Stump. We are 'all very sorry to hear
The delegates
show, Miss Estelle Davis. 90 per cent of the that Mrs. Rosa'Stanley Is ill, tives.
very 41
this meeting were: Mrs. T. J. Griffin services at
There will be special
wealth of the country was held by .
? and wish a speedy
Mlddleton 'al recovery. i '_' "
and Mrs. W. E. I.
;: the Christian church here Sunday "
) about 10 cent of the American -
.*; ternate Mrs. A., Z. Adklns. Spiritual RECREATIONAL SCHOOL per Miss IdatLuke! left Saturday fora evening with Rev. S.,H..Dodd, pas- ::- '
and that more than 90
percent ..
GAINESVILLE visit with her son Bill Monds In
leaders HELD IN
cultivation were
appointed -
tor.. Everyone Is welcome. )
\ of the sales tax burden wouldbe Wellborn. r
follows Mrs. J. H.
as : borne by this great mass of t .. Misses Ruth William and Kath-
;' Bitch Mrs. A. Wood and Mrs. L. The recreational school under the American consumers, who now poe ryn Weest of Hampton were visIting ..
i.\\ A. Davis. After the business session of Mr. W J. Jackson, of .
I. direction esa only 10 per cent of the wealth MillS Thelma Sullivan Sunday.Mr.
,' Mrs. A. Wood conducted the Recreation Association NEW RIVER of Gaines-
the National ot the country.He Howard Moore (
', devotional service. Mrs. R. A. of Washington, D. C., was further said, "I will never iris MM|* sass, Co*. ville, spent the week-end here with ii
; Weeks reviewed a chapter from held in Gainesville at the high vote to saddle this additional burden his parents Mr. and Mrs. D. W.

"!Y' the "Challenge of Change" school auditorium; March 2124., on those who are totally unable Moore. ";V
., Quite a large crowd from here .
school is for the will be
This training to bear It. He pointed out An Easter egg hunt givenon '
; EASTER EGG HUNT benefit of rural recreation and It Is a large number of instances in attended the airplane stunts in the grounds at the Christian >-
'I' Lake Butler Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
through the agricultural department which his constituents would be church for the children Saturday
? children of the World Club and Mrs. Clinton Carroll attended -
The this
that the advantage burdened through this tax, making afternoon at three o'clock. Everyone -
the Methodist church were very chureh at Long Bridge Sunday -
of -
school made possible. Four counties Is Invited.
reference to the tax
delightfully entertained with an Union and and were the dinner guests of \.
Bradford Alachua e ;
which would be levied on fruits :(
Y Easter egg hunt Tuesday afternoon represented. The object Mr, and Mrs. G. W, Sapp.Amon'g r (
Marlon were and vegetables, crates and bamp- cr".....,
at the attractive suburban I of this school Is to have Its ers. In many Instances he. con- those" .who were shopping SAMPSON CITY '\F"1
'. ,/'. home, of Mrs. Leonard Smith. A representatives go back Into their tended that Florida shippers of In Starke Saturday afternoon were
)< number of were furnished by and J. L. Johns and !Smith.! Cor.
cars communities and build up their recreations Mr* Mrs. Mil Doratfer '
failed to
fruits and vegetables even .
mothers of the club members to receive the price of the hamper.and I daughter."F ale, Mrs. D- W. Kelly rejs 41'1'! ."....S, '... f'

4 ,i, convey the little ones to the scene In Mr. Jackson's talk Monday that it would be almost crimInal -.and children, Hermla and Louie and Rev. F. J. Jones of Starke was ,/t"' '.r :hi: ro

of the party. A number of enJoy- evening he stated that all games to vote additional taxes on :Mr. JImThgmarfMr. visiting friends here Thursday.

\, (. able games were played by the with the exception of basketball those people. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas of Mr. Wiggins was a business vis-

t children .after which they all originated In the rural communities. He continued "this 90 per cent Starke attended church at Long itor here Thursday.Mrs. .

,. joined In hunting the many beautifully Music, games and folk dance embracing the poor and the 8,000- Bridge Sunday morning. A. K.' Smith and daughter You!

I f colored eggs hidden on the"i' ing were among the suggestionsfor 000 unemployed, are entitled to Miss Flora Belle Johns was Dorothy, were shopping In Palatka Saving Fpr
., lawn. The prize a chocolate rabbit -
recreation.The .
the strong arm of protection of shopping Jacksonville! Saturday.Mr. Thursday.
t : went to A. Z. Adkins, Jr., for I
: five representatives from
and I, refuse to vote Lewis
'overnment by
Andrew Rhoden of Jacksonville The residence occupied
finding the largest number of eggs : Mr. and When direct to this store send
were come or
Bradford county
vi" for their exploitation through a Is visiting at the home of Mr. Parrish was completely destroyedby

:s Q, : After the egg were hunt served delicious to the lit-refreshments Mrs. C. A. Futch,Saxon Miss Pearl and Miss Jordan sales tax." and Mrs. J.,L.. Johns for a while.. fire Friday night about eleven your child for an article you are not chasing the
Miss Cleo
1;; .. Mr. and Mrs.. Pledger Johns and o'clock. A few pieces of furniture I.
tla ones
Mildred Hundley.S A personal conference was held waa all that was saved. spring butterflies-you are direct in your path
Those assisting Mrs. Smith In -- Mre. H. L Johns and little daughter -I!

t entertaining were: Mrs. W. F. Winter Haven-Fifth annual Saturday Loan between officials the and AgriculturalCrop Congressman Juanlta,'.were visiting in Lake Mrs N.her Wynn sister of Mrs.Hampton Lester Is for lowest prices, highest quality and courteous

Jones, Mrs. Olin White Mrs. H. A. flower show of Winter Haven Gar- R. A. Green. Butler Saturday afternoon. visiting treatment. Buy your Easter menu articles fromus
Dew and Mrs. at Civic League Miss Carra Belle Norman spent
e George Taylor. den Club to be held Green Kite.Mr.
At the conference Judge W. H. Smith and children,
March 22. I Thursday night with Miss Vera and save the difference.
..ai Clubhouse urged that all possible time be visited Mr. and Mrs., Lonnie Mor- .
'BRADFORD-UNION HOME saved In delivery of Checks to FlorIda -I Butler. _- gan Sunday afternoon.

DEMONSTRATION CLUBS Tarpon Springs Tugwell & applicants. He said that the S Mrs. Lester Kite with her guest 4 tall 8 baby milk Carnation .25c
BROADCAST WEDNESDAY Wiseman canning plant to start operations Winter Haven;" Number of new or _
urgent necessity of Florida growers MrsuhT...Wynn otHamptonMppent,
In short time.Modem had been Increased, by recent street signs cornerat placed inUrsectlona on principal of Monday In Lake Butler visiting :24 lb. Self-rising. Floor _______--_ 55c
street l ,
c ;z, The women /of Bradford and Un. weather i conditional la Florida, relatives. I5c
ion county home demonstration department __ ,. .,.. 1 ItI which had In manY' Instance totally arterial Ufcwys. > 2 I b.a. Lard, Jewel _________._______

., will broadcast over destroyed early crops. He -- ,- 7 Ibs. Rice, Blue Rose _____________ 25c
i WRUF Wednesday, March 30th at said that loans would in many instances .'t. -

; .12 o'clock. enable< The program to be given la as Dry for the spring market. The offi- l5c
z follows assured him that 10 Ibs. Potatoes _________________
1 cials In charge

buIntroductory remarks Miss I CleaningModern special consideration would be giv- .r SPRAY MATERIALS Pork & Beans ____________________ 5c
Pearl Jordan, home demonstration en Florida applications, and that 10
agentti checks would be mailed by March No. 2 can Spinach __ _0 __

i*i.4;' Exterior Home Improvement- Cleansing )fa- 21, to all Florida applicants approved 'FOR STRAWBERRIES Octagon Soap & Powder, 2 pkgs.. for Sc
:Mra. W. J. Epperson Starke. for loans.
Interior Home Improvement :jhinery, Skilled Em- -.--- White House Apple Butter, qt. Jar __-17c

;r Mra Tom Brown. Hampton. ployees Assures you the SCnOOLBOARD MINUTES 1St
Charmer Coffee ,__ ______ ____
'4 Gardening-Mrs. J. C. Jones, I. ___-' _
oest in dry cleaning of BLACK LEAF 40 AND PARIS GREEN
t fi Hetlbronn. Board met March 7, In regular Blue Seal Salad Dressing, quart ___ _._ 30c
Improvements of Club Rooms the most delicate session with all members present: -

,ta :Mrs. J. W. Newbern, Worthington. namely A. B. Surrency James T..
+ Music by Gainesville orchestra. DYEINGPHONE Moore and H. D. May chairman.
and all the fruit
Spray plants get
s 28 Minutes of last meeting read and your you

4 IIONOKINO SIRS. GEIGER approved. Board directed superintendent ..IiII.t""*" '. CORNER
from themSlarke
and chairman of board to should CARL'S
A affair of teachers and bus drivers
delightful Thursday pay any ,f' ''' ,
evening, March 17th was a surprise money that was received during; -L-- _
r --- -- Phone 45 We Deliver
party at the home of Mr. and Starke Dry"Cleaners the month. -

Mrs. A. A. Durden of Hampton, Board granted permission to one
'; honoring Mra. Durden'a mother, boy and one girls' to come to Brad- :

Mrs. Mary Louise Geiger It being ford County High School as they COMPANYWholesale
if) her birthday. had been deprived of a full term Hardware & Furniture Co.
Lovely' flowers decorated for unavoidable
spring reasons.
s the rooms where contests were en- The,Only Dry' Cleaning There being no further business Grocers, Hay, Grain and Feed
Starke Florida
r Joyed. Prizes were given Mrs. C. Plant in Town the board adjourned to meet the\ ,
IS. Harper and Mra Minnie Johns. first Monday In April. STARKE FLORIDA

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r I to Jacksonville by Mr. and Gov. RooseveltAnd whom its ownership Is divided. nothing of a destructive nature In manship was never more Import.ant ',
: I Mrs. F. A. Sweezy. When therefore big business Is Governor Roosevelt's make-up and than today. l "

Bits oi I spoken of it means merely an aggregation outlook on life and affairs!' -for "I am amazed at his physical en- '' '}
I Mrs. L. A. Reynolds, who has of a greater or less number which reason I have no fear that in durance and accomplishments at//
a been Big of Individuals whose combined his approach to the problem be will
I spending some time with he Business Albany. The executive of a Governor illfl
I mother Mrs. E. E. Johns has left ownership interests are handledfor bring to It either inclination or desire of tho Empire State are always ,
: i I for I their benefit by trustees of to destroy or hamper the many '
LDca1Nevs a visit with friends In Lakeland -'- heavy and exacting! but certainly -
r before returning to her home What, If anything:, has "big: busi their own choosing (the manage- companies that for years have de- no Governor of New York j Y
ment of
I In Raleigh, N, C. ness" to fear from Governor Roosevelt the particular company voted their time care and money has had more difficult and exactIng -
: Concerning Our People, Buiinetf and I as President T la the question whose bounden duty it Is to administer to the development! of this great problems to solve than Roosevelt

Mrs. D. E. Knight and Mrs. E. recently put to one of the outstandIng the business so as to pro- Industry. On the other hand, his during the last two years of !
' Prol/l'... of the County and Town. duce the best results for Its own real and honest sympathy with our
I Matthews motored to Gaines- figures In the world of Indus- economic chaos and unemployment A''
I. ville Monday afternoon. They were trial and financial, aJalrs-Mr. ers. people and his earnest and sincere He has met the situation In his
accompanied home by Paul Knight William 1(, Woodln, president of A matter of tranacendant concern desire for their advancement, ma- state with constructive suggestions i
Snnrannnc+aa S S C7 nn n nnnnc nn nn well
terially all as
d who spent several days with his American Car and Foundry Com to our people today Is the spiritually give and ends this session of the I F
"' Spring straws at J. M. Alvarez. WEATHER RETORT!: parents, Col. and Mrs. D. E. pany, chairman of the board of problem of the production and distribution assurance that he will bend every legislature most vigorous In health.I f
Knight. American Locomotive Company director of electric energy In such I energy to the safeguarding oflhelr have never seen him In better 4 1 1 Aegeneral

1, Curlee Spring Suits for Easterat Compiled by Starke Branch U. of the Federal Reserve Bank I fashion that our people our municipalities interests. health than I find him today -

J. M. Alvarez. 3. Forestry Department. Miss Rosland Jacobs returned -and this Is his answer: and our Industries shall -. physically strong mentally / ,i

Week ending March 22, 1032. tills week from Tallahassee where "Absolutely nothing:-and I say 'be efficiently and economically alert, kern In his comprehension f ','
'e Mr. Chas. Sapp of Jacksonville Date Max Min Prcclp. she is attending the Forlda State this with all conviction and as my .supplied with the power so necessary RISING of our national conditions and ; ,

1' was In Starke Monday. Mar. 16 75 34 Woman's College. She was accom- deliberate Judgment based not for their well being. The Mr. II M. MrHao, Cor ready with definite programs for f
Mar. 17 78 82 .44 panied home by two college friends. i alone on a close study of his acts problem is a vexed and intricateone i relief of our masses and for economic '
4 New shipment of ties 25c, 50c Mar. 18 76 57 Miss Irma Fernberg of Quincy and and utterances during, the many and unfortunately has to a Mrs. E. J. Lewis spent the weekend : rehabilitation. i

''d 95c. at Quality Store. Mar. 19 78 49 Miss Raye Arglntor of Tampa. years he has been in official life large extent beCome a politicalone. at Hellbronn Springs with Mr. I It la not surprising, therefore al
and Mrs N. C. Mott.
Mar. 20 82 47 and therefore 'In, the public eye', The ultimate question, how that he should appeal so strongly -' 'i
> Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
e Mr. C. C. Reed of Eustis, was a Mar. 21 87 47 WALTER RUBY BAKER but as well upon my knowledgeand ever, Is how shall the Interests of Drlggers was to the people generally throughout
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
e visitor In Starke Sunday. Mar. 22 84 70 .16 appreciation of those qualitiesof the people generally be best served Drlg- the nation. They look to him to ;' '

n, Total rainfall for week. .60 In. Walter Ruby Baker, 43, a resident heart and mind that go to the by the solution of this problem? gers afternoon.J. in Pine. Level section Sunday lead them out of the wilderness of

Just arrived new sweaters and of 411 West Sixteenth street, makeup of the man and determine On this there exists honest differences L. Underhill and M. L. Oliverof depression. His recent large vote I

skirts to match at Stump's.Mr. Gordon Hose all latest shades, Jacksonville, died in a local hos- what, for want of a better word of opinion. Justice and fairness Pine Level section and H. M. In city town and country In New i, ,!, jp
98c at Quality Store. pital late Tuesday following a brief we call his 'character.' require that consideration be McRae attended church at Folks- Hampshire is significant of this ;
and Mrs J. H. Lord were illness. Mr. Baker was a native I I understand that, a propagandahas given both to the rights of existing ton Ga., Sunday 'act.' A very large percentage of p

visitors in Gainesville Saturday. Mrs. A. D. Williamson, of Bra. of Melrose and came to ''Jackson been,,set in"nation, quietly and concerns, In the securtles of whichare Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lewis and Democrats throughout this country
denton, left!: Monday after a short ville from Okeechobee about 14 covertly but persistently, designedto Invested millions upon millionsof children were visiting relatives at have determined never to perpetrate -
Mrs. W. E. Torode, of Lawtey visit with her niece, Mrs. H. A. years ago. He had been connected instill the fear that the gover- dollars of the people's money. Hellbronn Saturday. : upon the party another 1924 ,

I,, was a visitor in Starke Tuesday. Bishop. with tho Standard Fisheries for nor's attitude and policies are inimical Justice and fairness equally require -I Mr. Clayton Crawford of Jacksonville I Madison' Square Garden event. The ',III:

over 20 years and was at the time to big business, so called. that consideration be givento relative here way to safeguard against this Is ,,,1
was visiting '
I. All leather shoes for every member Mrs. W. L. Wall Mrs. J. E. Wilson of his death manager of the Jack .' Such propaganda Is unfair of the right--and it Is a right-of Friday. to nominate Governor Roosevelt on ',;., :)j'
" of the family Quality Store. I and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee were sonville branch. Mr. Baker was a course, but characteristically political the users to obtain their needed Miss Pearl Johnson spent the the first ballot at Chicago next ; : '_ \

the; guests Monday of their sister, member of Temple Lodge No. 23, and Is undoubtedly inspiredby supply of power at as low a cost to week-end with Misses Muriel and June. This action will guarantee. r" :\,
" "Star Brand Shoes Are Better" Mrs. S. T. Dell in Gainesville. F. & A. M., and the Baptist church. his competitors within both the them as Is consistent with the cost Rachel Silcox at Starke.Mr. :In my opinion, success. ) of the party ',., i t tI

'S -See the newest styles at Stump's.Mrs. He Is survived by his widow Mrs. major parties .Ior.. tbe nomination of Its production and the giving of and Mrs. E. C. Lewis were I'next November. Any other course '
There must that a fair return for the investment, of means defeat In November. ;:
be be his.To
reasons why so Lillie E. Baker, his father, DavidF. now seems likely to dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs J. ";'
I L. D: Vlning la visiting her many women wear Humming Bird Baker Keystone Heights, and ? anyone who knows Roosevelt as money and ability required for W. Drlggrrs In Pine Level section 'I The country Is looking solely to l' Ji,r;
I mother Mrs. Kllpatrlck of Troy 110_ Remember they are guaran three sisters, Mrs. Helen Kennedy, I know him the suggestion is abured such production. There are those Sunday. .the Democratic party for relief this i' ",, l'' f
' teed who advocate that the state itself from its economic distress and 'I
Ala. Stump's, only $1.00. Lake Geneva Mrs. Lola Johnson unless by "big business" la Minn Hazel Underhill Is visiting year '
Keystone Heights, and Mrs. Viola meant "bad business." In him bad shall undertake the production, relatives in Jacksonville. let us not disappoint themby taking 'f l !!,tt, : 4
r Ooflxard Combinations and Girl Miss Alice Fernandez of the F. Richards, Burton Kan. business, whether big or little, will distribution and sale of power pro. Mr II. H. Lewis and daughters, any chances against success. I I_
l, dlra, newest spring( models atStump's. S. W. C., at Tallahassee, Is spendIng The body was taken to Hunts. find a relentless and dauntless ene- duced by the utilization of thestate' Elnland Thelma and Miss Vera- The Democratic party has always i 41 .,i't J ,?
resources. There are those been effective and able to consolidate '. ".
weekend with her parents, vllle Fla., Thursday for services lee Lewis and others attended the j'
i, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Fernandez.Mr. and burial. my.As I have studied him, the pre I again who advocate that while the B. Y, P. U. at Hope Its forces. on economic Issues. I >n 1, 1}:i
'1. Mrs. W. A. Stern and daughter, a domination trait In the governor's state should utilize its resources church at Theressa program Sunday night Under Roosevelt's leadership this,, '> '; If 1 ,'i 2

Louise, spent Saturday in Jackson and Mrs E. S. Mathews and METHODIST attitude ,,towards men and affairs!' for the production of power, its Mrs.Walter Underhill and children emphatically will be a Democratic !' I\\ I,
I vllle. Mr. Bennie Wltkovskl attended the political> and otherwise, Is fairness. distribution and sale should be left and Misses Lillie and Dolly year." 1't t : \,

t I funeral of Mrs. Helen Brown, in Easter Morning, and Evening. The "big owner",and the small con- to the already established agencies McRae motored to Jacksonville i, '.""t; ,7;

Beautiful. Easter Dresses, Ilata, Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. __ Bible school IQ-00. m. Mr. E. sumer are toblm"just, men like for that purpose. There again are Thursday. Jacksonville Southern Warehouse f ;: "t''
At Co., chartered "i
that the state Forwarding
i who advocate
/Shoes and Hose to match at K. Ferryman, supt. Imself-each entitled to fair treat. those Mr. Jack Edwards of Crosby \' h' >
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: Stump's. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Colley returned Easter Sermon, 11:00: a. m. ment and a square deal not only should engage neither In the pro- Lake was visiting In this section recently business. to conduct 1 ?1''
home from Choir will from those charged with the ad- duction nor the distribution nor "f. t
Saturday south give special Easter Sunday afternoon. I. < '
" of but that all three -
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Inman were Florida< where they have been visiting numbers at this service. ministration of public affairs, but the sale power Miss Marie Alvares and Miss. Ida ,
I of these should be left to the already West Palm Beach-Welnstocka 'J %
visitors In Gainesville Monday af relatives the past ten days. Young People's Division, 6:45: from each other aa well, and he Mae Norman and brother Russell, 'jf "
at $10,000
ternoon.Mr. Mrs. Perryman, supt. will do his utmost; to see to It that established agencies and facilities of Vanderbilt section were visiting Flower Shop, capitalized \ t hi
Mrs. D. H. Union service each what he is entitled to for so doing. 'For some granted charter recently. f ,
Perryman and six of all evangelized gets no friends here Sunday afternoon 1
R. O. Daniel of Sarasota, year' old daughter Jo are expected churches 7:30: p. m. A great service more but no less He realizes fully years past the battle between these Chipley-Dr. O. C. Miller moved r ;, ,!
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was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roy from Atlanta, Ga., to be the guests is expected at this hour, mu- that as president his duty will divergent views has raged furiously. ROOSEVELT IS I'HOGUESSIVK his office to Chlpley State Bank i j i I':
said .
I have ,
Edwards ot Mr. and Mrs. sic be to the and his Unfortunately as I
Sunday. L. A. Davis for the only. Everybody is invited to public,. to think- building. ," .
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weekend.Mr. come and enjoy this hour. A great ing the small user Is no less a com the question has been projectedInto "I have been a personal friendof ,:J /
Mr. and Mrs. George Gardinerand appeal this will be. The gospel in ponent of that public than is the the arena of politics In which, Governor Roosevelt for twenty DR ",: '

Mrs. L. O. Jones will spend and Mrs. W. W. Paige Jr., song takes new meaning and you "big owner." in my opinion it should never have years and his progressiveness and 0. W. MARTIN t Y! I to 1'1'; r''
entered. After all the matter Is
Sunday in Hastings. and son Billy, _of Jacksonville are entitled to its benefits. Manyof By tradition and training he Is executive capacity has always appealed '
of business and Its solution i
spent the week-end with Mra. our best singers will render antagonistic neither to the rights one to me. He showed himselfas DENTIST! '
Mrs. G. W. Alderman, Mrs. G. C. Paige's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. special numbers. Welcome. of Invested capital nor to the rightsof should be approached In a spiritof having a national and Inter Pbon. 33 Hours 0 to ft ,; }f
White and Mrs. L. G. Powell spent : H. Struth. those whose capital la their industry fairness and of Just dealing to national mind In his effective!' cooperation Store .f t.
Over Corpenlng' Drug %
all concerned. The matter la
self and to Wilson.
Monday in Jacksonville.Mrs. respect ability with Woodrow ",
that In its the '
Mrs. A. M. Richard returned to GRAHAM produce. To hiauhlnklng there is essence The need of broadmlnded states )" \ ,
II. H. left no distinction to.tan, drawn betweenthe limits of any particular state-It i '
Young Saturdayfor -
her home In Jacksonville Thursdayafter Mlu RUM ........-Cor.'
Vinita, Oklahoma, where she a visit here with her brother "classes" add the "masses",. is one that concerns the entire na \
was called on business matters. and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. E. and the attempt to draw any such tion. For myself, I have every Steam Pressing Company Phone 52 : /: :'.
-- S. Matthews. Mrs. C. B. Roberts was a business distinction Is abhorrent to him as confidence that with Mr. Rooseveltas /I

Mrs. T. :J. Griffin, Mrs. E. M. visitor to StarkeFriday.. fundamentally at variance with his president the problem will be DRY CLEANERS r l
Johns and Mrs. Edith Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent T. B. Plnholster and Rev. Mc- conception-of thee principles upon tackled in the spirit I have Indicated I f' 'i f

spent Wednesday In Jacksonville. last week-end in Fernandina with Gauley of Brooker were In our which,our government la founded -of fair dealing and of equal Suits Pressed 25c Cleaned and Pressed SOc ,' {. !..

Mr. Davis' mother Mrs. Mary A: section Saturday. and as subversive of the ideal justice to all concerned. There Is Hat Cleaned and Blocked. 4. Frank Thouian, Prop. '.. t''i !/, ,
Mrs. M. L. Granger and Mrs. Jim Davis and his sister, Mrs. John R. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Reynoldsare sought under' ouri theory of government = ; ,pY1 ,
Nylin of Brooksville were the ardee, and family the parents, of a boy born -equal opportunity for
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guests Friday of Mrs. H. C. Wall. I all.After .- : : : ::. : : : :-: .- -- = := ----- lllf 1 :
Miss Hazel Middleton of the F. Era and Alta Smith are recover i all what:: is "big business I. ,h '
Mr. and Mrs. O. I* Beasley spent S. W. C. at Tallahassee arrived ing from the measles. ?" People are apt to lose sight IS'' "
the week-end In Miami with Mr. Thursday and will spend several Mr. and Mrs. E. J Yarboroughand 'of the fact that usually a big thingis >

Beasley's sister, Mrs. F. L. Geiger. days with her parents Dr. and family of Waldo were visiting Just an aggregation!; of smaller '
friends and relatives here Satur- things and this Is particularly true
Mrs. W.' E. Middleton. TIP TOP
!oIr. W. :J. Epperson of Jacksonville day.Mrs. with respect to present-day business Grocery 'It.( Si ; ,

spent the week-end with his Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ponder and Agnes Knowles and Pearl! concerns. The owners of any ; .
parents Mr and Mrs. W. J. Ep- Mrs. Kate Bishop enroute from Miami Johnson of Rising and Rachel and company are Its stockholders-and
person. to their home In Rutledge Ca., Muriel Silcox of Starke were visit- the bigger the concern, ''ordinarily Sii :

were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. ing Mr, and Mrs. R. M. Johnson the greater Is thqnumber'hmong LOCATION BETWEEN BANK AND POSTOFFICEExtra .; :
Mrs. J. M. Mann and son and 'W. G. Haile Saturday. and family Thursday night. ,' '<: :

:Mrs. Epperson of Lake Butler 'I Among those who attended Sun I .. i ;. f.'if,;
were visiting in Starke Monday Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards day school here Sunday are Mrs. .
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ternoon. daughter, Fredrika, and Miss Leah Leta Durban and daughter Gracie Sifted June Peas 2 15c :'
Struth of Jacksonville, will spend Lee of Jacksonville, and John t can- FLOUR .' tI
< ;
Mrs. A M.'Pettit and daughter I this week-end with their parents Crews of Lake Butler. ; .

Mrs. A. J. Williams, of Alochua, Mr. and Mrs. W., H. Struth. Relatives of Mrs. Robert Sur- '
were the guests Monday of Mrs. I rency were called to her bedside '

E) M. Johns. I Friends of Mrs. Mrs. T. B. Mas- Saturday night. I Pure Tomato Ketchup 2 bottles 15c 24 pounds 55e

,sle will be glad to know that their
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop at- son, Tom who la confined in St. State road department budget
tended the funeral of Mrs. Bishop's Vincents's hospital In Jacksonvillewith for ensuing year calling for expen- WHITE RIBBONLARD

aunt Mrs.. Helen Brown In Jacksonville pneumonia, is Improving.Mr. diture of about $10,000,000 adoptedby .
Sunday. meeting members recently.of -department Jacksonville at Best Irish Potatoes, 10 Ibs. 15c I II '

and Mrs. J. W. Floyd and
Miss Lots Adklns returned Sun- little son who have had apart- ,

day afternoon from Gainesville ments at the home of Mrs. N. T. I Miami-Dr. J. .F. Whitlock 15cBEST :
geologist I 2 pounds
where she visited her cousin, Miss Rltch's during the winter have returned sub-leased 150,000 acres of i Pure Coffee f 2 pounds 25c '
Margaret Adklns. ,
to their borne In Lake City
Oil Co. for
Price exploration. purposes -
a C. .' -- < I 1'Milk ,

Mrs. Alice Langford. Mrs. J. M. : GRADE ,

Brownlee and Mrs. J. E. Wilson Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns mo- tour I
3 tall 6 small 20c
pent Thursday in Alachua with t.red to Lake City Wednesday tomeet or BACONPound

Mrs. E. D. Hague. their daughter, Miss Hazel, CENT A mm -- --

of the F. S. W. C. at Tallahassee
Mr. T. P. Maynard of Bell, spent who Is spending the Easter holidays STRAW\ HAT '

the week-end here with his wife, here. COLUMN Brooms Real Good each - 20c -. - 8c,
who Is
a teacher of the Bradford ,

County High School. Miss Mona Alderman a member FOUND-Male setter white with here

of the faculty of the musical de- brown spotted ears Rt. A, Box WHOLE GRAIN

Mr. and ion R. J. Davis and partment, at the F. S. W. C.. at 164. Brown. It PRUNES 5c '
children will spend Easter In Jack. Tallahassee will spend the Easter J Priced pound - RICE
onviiie with Mrs. Davis' mother, holidays with her parents, Mr.:and FOR SALE! :-Flve' "7-weeks,/ old!
Mrs. Ida Wells Tatum. Mrs. G. W. Alderman. white Easter rabbits, 75o each. I

Mrs.-J. c. Robinson and children Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCormack Jack Halle. Starke. Ito $1.00 to $3.00 Pineapple or Peaches ssM 15c 5 pounds 15c ft.
Lester FOR SALE Tlsawunder Musk-
Price John Eldredge and of St. Charles, HI.,were guests ,
Vera Claire, motored to Jacksonville Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. George melon. Large and sweet. Seed;
Saturday afternoon Gardiner. Mr. and Mrs. McCormack or. SOc; 1-4 Ib. 11.00 postpaid.J. -

who have been spending sometime Tom White, Dublin, Ga. 3-25- SNOW WHITE
Miss Roniand Jacobs of the F. In Starke leave Thursday for 2t.FOR. Lettuce Hard 2 heads15c I
W. c., at Tallahassee la spending their home. PanamasSTERNBERG'S Grits Meal
r several days with her parents SALE, TRADE OR RENT- or ''I
Mr. 80 acre farm, good land, house,
and Mrs. B. Jacobs. Miss Myra Smith. who holds a

the James. Richard Wainwright of Telephone responsible Company position with of Jackson-the .Bell Rt.barns Owner A Box and to 184 old Implements, Starke to farm., Fla.Brown cheap.It., $5.00 Tomatoes, No. 2 can, 2 for 15c 10 Ibs. 17c I

spent ville spent several days last week
eeknd .
the Wllparents, Mr. with her parents Mr. and Mrs. W JUST RECEIVED Shipment of f ri 4

and Mrs. N. D. yr&inwrlght,. P. Smith returning to Jacksonville all varieties seed beans and corn t ,.
Sunday evening. ,also full line garden seed. These

and Mr. end< Mrs. J "V" Colley. Katie Leland 'are all northern grown seed and EASTER SPECIALS for FRIDAY and
Virginia Fu;: te. Mr. W. H. Mrs. of are new stock Seeds are cheaper SATURDAYt
Perk\na\ and ML::.. Eunice Perkins Brooklyn. N. Y., who has been vls- than for past twenty ,.ears.
Were visitors In at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Get our prices before buying. I t
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Brownlee Bros. Starke.
F. A. Sweezy. returned to her home TO1if

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'-. I Weakly from Home Pennnstra-1 < "The Voles .f Florid f
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1 Among Florida's gangland of insects .... Specialist, Tstlahastit .

_. there is one little worm or .. .. *- .
t Conducted By ; 1
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caterpillar goes by many
..... r:0 Florida farmers and
names and damages many crops, ..;;;:. -=- : :: home mak.
L. T. DYER, County Agent explains J. R. Watson entomologistwith : FRUITSEat ers will be offered a fine aeries or

I MISS PEARL JORDAN, Homo Demonstration Agent the Florida Experiment' Station. ... ._;;_ !::: J-; state Florida radio Farm station Hour programs from
at least two servings of WRUF
f" This pest will soon be known ---=- next
l''" fresh, canned, or dried fruits daily week the Florida Agricultural Extension
,I;, as the corn bud worm, then the :. -
", Ten Calendar Home Diseases of Young corn ear worm and finally the to- '" It is advisable to serve fresh fruits Service announces. These
,r when all vegetables eaten are cook- programs are scheduled from noon
mato fruit and cotton boll
'J.. Orchards Started Chicks Caused By worm.It ... ed. Tomatoes are often used as to 12:45: eastern standard time,

",.', In Alachua County Poor ManagementThe is merely a question of nix or vegetables but they are fruit and each week day.

''e, eight generations coming In one ---- fresh or canned, they may be usedin The schedule follows:
place of Jellies, Jams, Sat., Mar. 26-Florida Farm
year, and finding preferred food '- oranges.
GalneBvllle, Pla. .- Ten farm diseases which cause most anywhere they can. Most cases l and preserves are classed as sweets News and Hints. Farm Editorial

women in Alachua county have recently lessen to chicks during the critical the insect will hide, and feed from b a 0 1 rather than fruits. Snapshots.

, started calendar home orchards first two weeks are pullorum diseases the Inside of the plant or fruit it ? .t To wash soft and small fruits, Mon., Mar. 28-Raising the Beef ,.

.orchards from which some brooder pneumonia, and the attacks. WARNS-ny put them In a bowl of cold water I Calf Crop-W. J. Sheely. Farm

t fruit can be had every month-reports trouble brought about by over; Acting as a cutworm, the first and remove with strainer, drain Flashes to Livestock Raisers

Mrs. Grace F. Warren, home heating or chilling, and these are generation will nip off the tender LEAN AC'fA>H'"i and chill. Use running water for Tues., Mar. 29-Aphids on Wa.
.i:> demonstration agent. Some are the result of improper manage buds of corn, peanuts, or tomatoes. 11% RAIL small, hard fruits; large fruits may termelons and Other Plants-. R

setting new orchards, while others ment, according to Dr. K. F. Thomas Dusting the shoot with lead arsenate n? be wiped with damp cloth. Wash Watson. Farm Question Box.

. r have only to add fruits to their assistant veterinarian and poultry 1 pound to 10 pounds of hy- dried fruit in several waters. Wash Wed., Mar. 30-Home Demon

home plantings disease specialist with the drated or air-slaked lime, will con- citrus fruits well Just before using. stration Work in Union and Bradford

Y $ Home demonstration club women Florida Experiment Station. trol the worm at this stage. Con I Remove decayed spots, bruises Counties-MIss Pearl Jordan.

;:. P In the county report that during Pullorum disease or bacillary trol here will do much to diminish and worm holes. Sprinkle lemon Last Year in My Garden-Mrs. j

t ? the last year they have set more white diarrhea. I ilt a disease that later generations.When juice over pared apples and peachesto C. Jones. How We Improved Our

t y'', than 1.000 fruit and nut trees and Is transmitted through the egg, and this gangster takes the prevent discoloration. I Living Room--Mra. Tom Brown.

;l about 30,000 blackberry and rasp- I all chicks should come from hens name of the corn ear worm, pois- Experiences in Landscaping Our

berry plants. that are not carrier of this disease.It oning is hardly practical. However, May Fruit Salad Home Grounds-Mrs. W J. Ep.

I 4 Mont of the orchards are about a however, spreads rapidly In the a little lead arsenate on the silks Ingredients: 6 slices fresh or person. Our Home Improvement

I.j quarter of an acre, while quite 'a Incubator and brooder house. The may pay with sweet com. It seems r canned pineapple, 1 large orange, Room-Mrs. W. T. Newbern.

,'. --,1, number of trees are planted around chicks appear listless, and huddle that varieties with husk extendingwell i- honey salad dressing, sprigs fresh Thurs., Mar. 31-Cover Crops

:)' t ,+ the house for shade and ornamen together with drooped wings. They beyond the tip of the ears, and mint, 1 banana, and 6 strawberries for Pecan Orcl'1ards-G. H. Black-

fj.t ii! tation. What is better than a have a brownish-yellow liver the those that grow off fast are not as mon. Spuds Johnson Visits the
.r' grapevine to cover the pergola, or lungs may show small, hard nod- susceptible.Since Wash and crisp the mint; arrange County Agent.

I:: r,: what shrubs will scent the atmosphere ules and dull gray spots may be this worm prefers to feedon stem-ends toward the center -, FrI., Apr. 1-April Farm Jobs

." '\ and trim the lawn better seen In the heart muscles. corn, it can easily be trapped --- on individual salad platen and How to Do Them-J. Francis
' the There Is no treatment for --- ;= place a slice of pineapple on each
i than such fruits as loquat from the cotton or tomato field by .__ Cooper.
;i wl'c, '' pomegranlte, kumquat, or guava? pullorum disease. Affected chicks planting a little corn around in the bed of mint. On this put a slice .
should _-,YM- 'r- ..... 1H i --r..fiI"7'; 7' of then of banana I
J'y; r ht; :Mrs. Warren asks. be separated at once and field. The corn should be plantedso ._ '' orange, a layer Clean land fop growing chicks
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i. if, "In our orchard." reported Mrs. the house cleaned and disinfected that it will silk about the time sliced into disks, and top with a means land on which chickens have

I g; W. W. Ayers, "we have grapefruit, thoroughly. the first tomatoes or cotton bolls BEEF CATTLEMEN MEET strawberry. Pour over it the sal. not run, and no poultry manure

.[ ::1 Satauma, tangerine, and round Brooder pneumonia is a respiratory are formed. When the worm is ZIFF ad dressing. If fresh pineapple la has been spread for at least a year

It ,;' oranges kumquats, llmequats, disease, and is caused by a feeding on the small tomatoes, Marlanna. Fifty cattlemenand used It should be sprinkled with Worms often live in the soil that

( .I"'; peaches, plums, pears, Japanese mold which grows on moldy litter spraying with common bordeaux business men from eight West Lola Mss L,.wl., Cor. I sugar and allowed to stand in a long.
l .
\ and tranh. The mold cold for at least hour.,
place an
strawberries spores are Florida counties gathered here re
\ persimmons, grapes, I mixture, plus 1 pound of lead arsenate -
; blackberries, Youngberrles, and ,inhaled by the chicks and cause I to 50 gallons Is effective. cently to discuss their feeding Mr. and Mrs J. B. Thomas and I Serves 6.

", I' raspberries. When we spray fertilize difficult breathing, drooplness, Later on an important control problems and to see a practical example grandsons Louis and J. Shaw, Honev Salad DressingUse ,

I and take proper care of our weakness, and a greenish-gray ex- measure is to pick up and destroyall of feeding silage from trench spent Sunday at Graham with Mr. 3 tablespoonfuls salad oil, 2 IW t"

'1., orchard we have fresh fruit every udate in the air passage of the wormy tomatoes. HOB.' and Mrs. F. W. Reynolds.Mr. tablespoonfuls honey, 1 tablespoonful -

::1 ,"y; month In the year. Besides, weI. ungs. Keeping the brooder house 0- The meeting was sponsored by and Mrs. I. W. Dyal and lemon juice, and 1-8 teaspoonful -
litter as well an the feed dry is an salt.
< a grow most of our home garden in SLASH PINK IS! GOOD the Agricultural Extension Service daughter Miss Marlon Lee of Graham -
/ I Important factor in preventing this Beat together the salad oil, hon
and the Marianna Fruit
1ft between the trees. FOR TIMBER CROP IN Company.Last spent Sunday here with Mrs.
%. ,, "The home orchard is Important trouble. THE SOUTHERN STATES fall this company stored 1,200 Dyal'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. ey, lemon juice and salt until well

to our llve-at-home program," said I Chicks under two weeks of age tons of silage In three trench silos, Lewis. I blended.
I.I), are sensitive to in Lemon Shake
very changes and from It have wintered
'. ;; :Mrs.. Henry Bethea. "During seasons more
:fr. ; of plenty we can and in other temperature, and are easily killed Slash pine or yellow pine, ac than 1,000 breeding cattle accord. Mr. and Mrs Harley Shaw and On a warm day a lemon shake .
by cording to the Mrs. Susie Goodrich of Lacrosse will added nourishment for When Theatres
''d vv. ways preserve fruits which help overheating or chilling. Every. Forest Service, Ing to W. J. Shealy, extension give a Burned
{ r us plan economical balanced diets thing should be ready before they United States Department of Agriculture agent in animal husbandry.AN'Gl'S spent Sunday here with relatives. child or for a simple luncheon for

l the We have fresh are hatched. During the first week la one of the most prof. Mr. Leland Waters of Brookerand an adult. For each glass use the "... I........'. ii....,.. II.. In "'..-..... I.
.,11, t.{. j+ throughout year. they should have an even tempera.ture itable timber trees In this country, Mr. John Stokes of Lacrosse juice and rind of one-half lemon. IHM.! : ......Ml, SUI> ,rfr.ll,. end 25O 1*.
# r; ; fruits on our table almost every : BREEDERS ORGANIZE Jnrfc. A VontMl molt.. pklur.b.-
(! .1 day, but we find that the canned of about 93 degrees which combining the merits of rapid were attending to business in our Add two tablespoonfuls of sugar Im Bra, la *927.ao..d: l 78 ....'10. ...
/ ( should be gradually decreased. A growth and of early money returns section one day of this week. syrup, one-half cupful of water, SO Injiirta.Torfiiy. .
come In mighty handy. Ocala Florida cattle
a ones Angus
t \ wire fence about a foot from the from turpentine and timber.An Rev. J. H and C. S. Kelley and one-fourth cupful of crushed ice w. lure better, .,,,11..1. .... lb...
breeders met here recently and reorganized .
f' nt Sr. urn ail ...1" .... ,
! .;;\.. edge of the brooder for the first acre of slash pine, well set, themselves Into the Florida Mr. and Mra. H. H. Howard were and one egg-white well beaten un- lli... Important. of ...',?.. nUmlv mognji!..
w I, IS"$ HOME ORCHARD IN few days will help to prevent may be expected to yield at present Angus Breeders Association. called to Tampa Friday to the bed. til thoroughly mixed. Pour into .....11"..

,&t FLORIDA IS WORTHY crowding and chilling. prices an average of $3 to $3 year. side of their sister, Mrs. Mary glasses. To W. H. Tomhave of the .
I OF MORE\ ATTENTION ly in turpentine and secretary -Anna :Mae Sikes. I. m... ihoroatUy. ..d...._
\ ;4'\\tt On American Angus Breeders Association Mann, who was seriously ill. add ........'....1. end. Ih. Moek Bra to.uraur .
O\KRNMENT RECIPEFOR an average soil at an age of 20 was present, and plans were Mr. Elzle Mackerala of Graham .mgna,......,. rally ....|. ....
WHITEWASH the --...... .. .
.;-. years trees will be from 40 to InporuHAROLD pies.' V 7ara.t..up
made for the national to here with Mr. L.' O.
I' V' Johnson.) sponsor a spent Sunday
(By Spuds BO feet In height and from 5
to 7 666
<' I i: The calendar orchard idea Is being In spring many farmers plan to Inches In diameter. There are of. promotion sale in Ocala the first and Johnnie Lewis.

,,'f', followed by many home demonstration renovate and whitewash their' ten from 200 to SCO such trees on week In May.J. Mr. Elmer Stokes and slater LIQl.'lD TAItLRTS S.%tVF3 C. WALL
f It UJ; women in Florida, and buildings and for their benefit the an acre. B. Slmonton Micanopy; was Miss Thelma, and Miss Vida Mae see Mnjafil or Tablet n..rt Intvrnnllr
e4 elected president,. T. P. Drake, home of sad .MII 8.!*. rttrrnnllr. innkeromplrt a INSURANCE
y they are finding it a good thing. tested government recipe for making -i Slash pine Is particularly well Mott were visiting at the and rITrcllva treatment for
;), The calendar orchard I Is one which whitewash Is printed: adapted to the soils of old fields, Ocala, vice-president and Prof. C. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Dyal Sunday.Mr. r...,'.. STARKE. FLORIDAPYORRHEA

'* I furnishes some kind of fruit for Slack one-half bushel of limp and it grows better than most of H. Willoughby, Gainesville, secre R. B. Thomas was attendingto Most Speedy Remedies Known

;, t ? the family every month in the dissolve one peck of common salt the pines in flat, poorly drained tary. business In Starke and Gainesville .- .

.1 4 I+ year. Naturally such an orchard and boll three pounds of rice untilIt lands. It Is easily propagated from farm' one day last week.
The welfare of the businesshas
is would have a variety of fruits. la a thick paste. Mix these together seed, and the small trees stand become increasingly dependentupon Mrs. Dewey Strickland and
l' i Fortunately, I heard Mrs. Grace and add while the
i mixture I transplanting well. Some of the Influences the children of Ocala spent several
quite beyond
z' F. Warren demonstration agent InIli Is still hot one-half of
pound plasterof
Southern States are now growing control of the farmer. AgricultureIs days here with her slater Mrs.
( Alachua county, discussing the calendar paris and one pound of dissolved pine seedlings which the public can more vulnerable economically Blrt Stokes. I
I : orchard over the radio last glue. Then add five gallons of .
A seed bed 4
r feet wide and
than before in its
speaking, ever Mr Dave Shaw the last
l.j' ;i week, and am going to present water and let It stand for a few 10 feet spent
I;. 'some of the facts she brought out. days. Apply hot to the building 12 long require about existence. It la subject to the of the week here with relatives.A .
ounces of seed which should
The orchard need not be whims of the buyer, the state of crowd of folks
large-- with small branches. enjoyeda
ft' A quart of young
t even a quarter of an acre will do. carbolic acid makes this mixture a produce trees for from planting.8,000 to 8,000 small I the market, the activities of the (lance given at the home of Mr. I.lay Destroy Your Teeth!

' Well cared for and properly spray good disinfectant. statesmen, and the legislation of and Mra. II. H. Howard last Friday .
J Information Is available upon request .
foreign governments. The American
cF ed and pruned; such an orchard night.Mr. .
(l to those interested in the
: should produce quantities of fruit. :NEGRO FARMERS MEET farmer today must adjust. his J. W Lewis spent Wednes-
r subject. Farmers' Bulletin 12 6-F. 1iLiy You Have Already Contracted
Some trees may be set elsewhere activities to those of the consumingand day at Graham with Mr. and Mrs.I. ;

It i_ to advantage. "What can be more Tallahassee.--More than 500 "Sllsh Pine, may be obtained as farming classes of other lands W. Dyal. ........,.
long as the supply lasts, from the m
t: inviting than a pergola covered negro farmers recently met in extension Forest Service, United States De- -Asber Hobson.A Mr. Lee Crosby was attending to THIS DREAD DISEASE!
I with fruiting grapevines ?" she meetings at Reddick, Mon. business in Starke Saturday.
,I asks. should be Icello, Marianna and partment of Agriculture, WashIng. little lead arsenate dusted in ,
I ? Figs planted near Live Oak There will be services at Rock
ton, L) C.There PYORRHEA already mark.
buildings, Where their roots are according to A. A. Turner, negro the buds of corn will help to keep church Saturday and Sunday.LargoBelcher HAS
I for Its victim T Not
t), not likely to be so severely attack. district agent with the Florida Ag- down damage from the corn bud- r* you
How do knowT Its attacks
can be no success in na you are
S ed by nematodes. icultural Extension Service. worm. road running'
ture without insidious-It strikes without warn.Ingmany'do
These farmers, from eight counties adaptation, and we from intersection of Druid road
The orchard should be accessible
not know have
y1 shall learn they
to the house. It should be on fairly listened to talks about their sometime that of the fundamental Oainesvllle--Alachua Investment south to county road No. 6, east of I it until lust too late. Go to your

It J rich soil with satisfactory drain. problems by their county agents philosophy of farm life, and Corporation capitalized for $2 ,000 here to Gandy bridge road being dentist at once Have your teeth
particularly Is that
a'I age. Cover crops growing in it and white extension workers. people, granted charter. hardsurfaced its entire length. examined thoroughly cleaned the
we adapt ourselves to the situations
I furnish humua to enrich the soil, j tartar removed. Then, by using
that To be .
ected, and should be planted in the develop. adaptedto
1 s;? Riggs Medicated Tooth Powder
and fertilizers furnish food for home orchard the planet Is of benefit to any < : you
the trees and vines.. can successfully repel the attacksof
The home man or woman who lives it. We
orchard helps the famly on Plants of
Strawberry Quality pyo"rhen. You can avoid the
I ;,, Among the things which she suggeated to live at home. Often the surplus must come back to the earth and necessity: for false: teeth In the
9 V*' for home orchard are pecans can be sold or canned. be conscious of It--L. II. Bailey prime of life.
a pears, mulberry, persimmon We have fine River Bottom grown berry plants

;' plums, peaches, grapefruit, Sat. -- state certified and fine as grown. Missionary Improved

umas, round oranges, loquats, figs, TUNE IN The Choice Is Yours
Klondike 1000 $2.25 5000 $11 10,000
1 j grapes, blackberries, strawberries, ; ;

,' and Youngberrles. These are suitable OOOOYEARCoasttoConsC $20. lilakemore, new and fine, very productive

; for Alachua and surrounding f earlier than Missionary or Klondike, twice as pro a ._
g? counties. Other fruits suitable to K. R. Ci:, Kadiorrocroaia!
ductive. 1000 $3: 5000 $13 10,000 $25.
county In Florida be ; ; Buy your
any can sem t* k===js&
WVD.: plants through my agents; Brownlee Bros., Starke,
G. W. Roberts, Lawtey. If you can't see one of

_>? f them order direct but be sure to buy our quality

W plants. Catalog free for asking. We can ship

any day now you want plants.
Rif )Mwllntod Tooth Fow4' .anUlnaa
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th.. Ku.... vrnrat vyorrhin... .nd ,...,..,_ .
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FRIDAY.. MARCH 25, 1088

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!' J-- __ I HAMPTON At a pedal. meeting of the nard deemed according to law nhall tax! be dnrd'--

--'U-: .{J d March 35 There will be an Easter Sunrise or Publlu InstructIon of JtradfonCounty. AI..tI will i.sn, A. D.thereon 11112. oil the 'tl' slay nr i i
_' 'r.V- Taste and Florida which apeulal moot.
See--O taste and see prayer conducted 1If... ""It'd this bl
: -,. meeting by the Adaj ftlmmn. Car. Ina was. held l l, pursuant \to call ot 19U. day "f March, A. T.. ,
: IL.W.. that the Lord is good; blessed lathe young people at the Presbyterian which nil nivmheiH, hail p..rHonnl nonce O W. i
M*> man that truateth in him. on the. 14th tiny of "".r'h. 10.1!. ; ALDKItMA-V.!
at 6:30: Mr. and Clerk or
Sunday morning. Mrs F. C. Gould Mr. there being present at such meetln( Clrmlt' Court,
Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, ass! light I unto I my patk-Psalm 119:105.: Psalm 34:8.: All are cordially invited to attend. Axel Olson and sister Mrs. Om- II. I>. May A. H. Hurrvncy, and J. 1Moortt '. l-t.5t.'I.Bradford County, Florida. ,
member, .and A. ;J. GrlffleSecretary .
March 26 An
Interesting program has been stead, spent the week-end In St. of ...hl board th. follow S '
nTI Wnriinf3lr1iu All religious teaching doctrine or Live Right Today-Boast not arranged. Petersburg and other points of In- InK' among other proceeding were IKK TO IIMn'rtlite l'I'OIUI AM. CliRII.
I Q: : creed if they to have claimspon thyself of tomorrow: for thou hint, to-wlt : Notice 'I.
are any Opening Hymn: Rejoice and be terest In south Florida. Member h ruhy' Klv.'n that an 1
the love, loyalty :and devotion of the people!? must be in harmony with knowest; not what a day may bring Glad. Rev. McCauley will preach at the and Hurrency upon motion preaenteilreaoliitlon l of Mitmber a' (all rmlliurn..'. 1..1.. .... dial. i.Ihuteea and
teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words tit :into fold and creviceof .. J. T Moor., Hocourtert by MenlieCurrency .roo" having! .. ..al","t
the every < forth.- Proverbs 21: 1. First the .
Scripture reading: 1 Cor. 15, 1- Baptist Church of Hampton estate of It. H. Humphr".
heart and of whom it reHolutlon liefor dr-
the human wee said in John 7:46: ,"NEVER MAN wan put esas"'.d. are
1 March 27 11. next hereby r"'l,"',tml to
SPAKE LIKE THIS MAN." Sunday morning and evening.Mr. the board sad all member Voting their claim, pre's.nt -
The Tender Shepherd: He shall Invocation. and Mrs. M. L. Wattersonand Ay* anil non reeulutlnn Nay reaolutlon' waaJopted. : lieu. A. (Jardlner.ereof I tu euunty the Honorable'Judge r +

Paatora of Bradford and Union rountlea are Invited to UM> thl de- fend his flock like a shepherd; he Reading: Easter MornMarjorie Mrs. O. L. Harrison were business word. and. end fliriire.. ... follow being: I lradford;I county, :; !:.. for hl's ap-of 1!

; church activities, organizations and 1UlD0UBeeD1ents. shall gather the lambs with his Stump. visitors to Jacksonville this \Vh.r......, at A meeting; of thlboard h prival, or within this one year from date': !
enSpace pewsI7 notice will\
given and no charge made-the only requirement' ; held on the 14th day of Marsh her ba held InThl
arm and carry them in his.bosom. Hymn: I Know that My Redeemer week. 1911 there wan preeenletl A petltloaliened thereto. and all person's Indebted.
that; such Item reach thin office before Wednesday morning to nand "t..le. tile "
being -Isaiah 40: 11. Lives. Mrs. Kelley: of Clearwater has a by more than ID per cent or their r''I".I..d 10 pay
ol1erwl i they cannot; be handled for current; Issue. the qualified. elector. who are fre Maid. debt's fnrthwilb' to the j f
.. March 28 Responsive reading very interesting class here, and held.re., reNldlnir within the terrltory un.I..ulctn..d' .r"lur.
A Good Name the Best AssetA Vocal solo--Mr. John Powell. her Instructions are satisfactory. known and di-alicnated aa Hpeelai 11th day ot March A, n 1933

: Jesus gone and a younger man or good name is rather to be chosen Talks by the leader-Mr. W. B. Misa Muriel Johnson who has Rr..dtarc1'01111110'Tax School ltlelricl Florida I ,No.praying I of 3-1t-lIt.... A< H. CIfJJW8.Ie."ut.r 1

i SUNDAY SCHOOLFOR angel sitting in the tomb, who an- than great riches and loving Barnes. been visiting friend and relativesIn this Hoard to rail. an election to d.- / ,4'OMMIeSloYpen'm

I LESSON' I II Il nounced that Jesus was risen. favour rather than silver and gold. Piano Duet-Margaret Lowry Tampa returned to her home tor-nine Issue whether tiund said In the school eutn dletrteKhali of IT,' hereby: notice I. 1I1".n I'ALIO that under l

I I In John 20, he tells of Mary Proverbs 22: 1.March. and Jean Davis. 1 here last Monday. She was accompanied 00000 for the. purp".e of acqulrlne. mnnrtdb and virtue' .I.u.1. or th..t on. "...I..ln. decree ,'l t

Magdalene coming to the grave 20 There will be several brief talks by her sister, Mrs. J. <3. otherwln bullillnRenlunrlna Impiovlnc, buildings furnlnhlnir, o ur r A. n. ISIS by the lion Veh."ry A. V. Long 16th +;
MARCH 27, 1032 while it was yet dark and findingthe I Judge\ : Pro' liao Vice or the ,l
Trusting God 0 Lord my God given which will emphasize the Lamoreaux of Tampa. school ground, or for any other ;'Heist Circuit of : 25th in-
stone taken away from the In thee do I trust of Easter. Mr. Marvin Green of Green Cove exclutilve line of public free arhool IIr..ford. FIor1Aa, in and for I!
put my ; save meaning within Hatd Special Tax School 1>1.. county In Chancery I" i f j
Subject: Jesus rises from the sepulchre. Peter and John went to me from all them that persecuteme Vocal solo--Evelyn: Stump. Springs, but formerly of our town trlct to be UNed. by the w bite chll thllt Joa.ph" .ria'101. "WII..on,'.rllll"n ..utt _h"r..I". .

dead. (Easter Lesson). the tomb and found it open and and deliver me.-Psalm 7: 1. Hymn-Hark! Ten Thousand was a visitor here this week. : oren having of duly maid. ronnlrirrrd dlatrlct and end thla petltlo 1I..r..1 a. IIQllldator+lk. to. Jakrnrsrl's ,

Golden Text: "But now Is Christ the linen clothes. Then Peter and March SO Harps and Voices. Rev. F. M. Taylor pastor of the I and the fact. utateil therein and Imvln I I t'rawfnrd .[cumpiSiaent.'r odoSary

risen from the dead and become John returned to their home. A Love Feast-Better in a dinner Benediction.PRESBYTEItI.1N. First Baptist Church of Graham, .c determined' Ibnt mild petition of I IHlKned I. ; un.I""III".1 will', are men. de.ndante 10 the highest. the {11! 7
by than 26
the first fruits of them that slept." "But Mary stood without at the of herbs where love is, than a \tiled his regular appointment there the qualified:more elertorN. renldlnw per. rent In and the 1'I""lh beNt bidder door -Vhe....h ''n front or i'\i
Cor.15:20.: sepulchre weeping; and as she last and said Special Tax Hihool HlKtrlrt Nt.. 11.1'0" or court ho".. ot ,
1 stalled ox and hatred therewith. Saturday Sunday.Mr. 31, and that the iNmiance of bonde county. I" "".. kIt. Florida
Lesson Text: John 201120.: wept she stooped down, and looked Proverbs 15: 17. and Mrs. Leo Wiggins find prayed. for therein JM neceaiiary nod a. Vi. Stanley 1939. it,. 4lh Any "' .\prll, A. .i'
Time: April 9, A. D. 30. Into the sepulchre, and seeth two March St Services Sunday: March 27, as family moved to Macclenny this that with KMliI the law.Pet It lion It i's. fllly11'11"thereforeKeiinlved ma.* Ike fnifowtug;\:! I the <1"l Uri11| \| ''l urn l of

Why did the first day of the angels In white sitting the one at A cure for the Blues--O my God follows: week: both being very popular : My thla Itonrd of Public (lying',,"nt1'and. P'1"rltl bring' In and Hradtoro.l. 1

week (Sunday) supersede the sev- the head, and the other at the feet my soul Is cast down within me: 6:30: a. m. Sunrise prayer meetIng here, they will be greatly missed.!! Inntrurtlon In vpni-lal, meeting \x\\-\ of NE4 J to-wit and NlCtQ: or "
thin the Hth day of Manh I(1.12( \ 8W14
enth day (the Jeweth Sabbath) where the body of Jesus had lain. Therefore do I remember the e.- conducted by members of the I Mrs. J. L. Cooke and daughter that It IN. expedient and for the bee and Township,, II of MNy, of Mevflon it, i '
of and And they unto her Woman Christian Endeavor W. B. of Gainesville IntereHt of mild Special Tax HvhooDlMtrlit 1 Rnuth Rengs fl. l CasL. a'r\ '
as the Christian day worship say Psalm 42: 6.SEVENTH. I. Society. have recently been ; i 1. M J1110WN ):FJ .
rest? Jesus was crucified the day why wecpeat thou ? She salth unto Barnes leader. the guests of Mrs. Cooke's mother, Vlorldn." that 2 thl of* hoard llrailfurd on behalf County of N. l I'. NVAINWUKJItT! : : "'. II., .

before the Sabbath and was burled. them Because they have taken DAY ADVENTISTS 1 10 a. m. Sunday school J. M. Mrs. L. Q. Johns said Olatrlct do IMHII and melt bond! 2.4.6t.4.1,J. *'. AI.VAIIKZ.CoiniuHeluner: .. ,

The next day (the sabbath) be layin away my Lord and I know not I Truby supt. J. W. Nlmmo was transacting In the amount NH. ntnlect of t7.0Illl.011 In mild petition for Inpiirpoae 'y; :1 j'\ 1

tomb and apparently their hope where they have laid him." This 14. What great change will then 11 a. m. Morning worship sermon business In Starke this week. above referred toHe : \I ea'l'Iv'n'm.. '"r'vBof '' '"'.1.10 'a} 1 1andnhyaVirtue :,
was gone. The Sabbath was prob- "Mary" was the woman from take place in their bodies T "So also by the pastor. Easter sermon Mrs. Vonda Inman of Starke was bnndN It Nhall Further be In flenolved the denomlnatlo that Bald .roreclu'sure or a flnlll derreunder ''i i' !t( ,i

ably the saddest of days for his fol whom Christ had cast the seven Is the resurrection of the dead. special Easter mualc. transacting business here this of '1.111101111 each, that bonda .hal tits Ilunurahle mad.A. and renA.r.d. by jl ''t 1, ".

lowers. The next day he arose and devils. Mary doubtless did not no- It is sown in corruption; it Is raisedIn No evening service. Our Metho- week. bear.data thereon I of June at the I..t.late 1932 of with ftty\ pet'Interent nr 111t'1..1 Ih.. 'h'olltt l'Ircult f'ollrt Z.ot AAklo's the 11th. judge Ju. 'q"1 1 'j'{ ::11 .'

appeared to them and the first dayof tice the man carefully, as Is shown incorruptlon: it la sown in dis- dist brethren have kindly Invited us!! -. rent per nnniim payable on the let l'r"'U..r.1' entully Florida I I",' .In. and forKS +i "l","f P.'f'

the week became known as the by the next verse "Jesus salth un- honor; It is raised In glory: it is to Join In with them this eveningIn ASSOCIATE! DA1K HUSBANDMAN "day of June of each. and year the and let day anth of bond lie.ember oa0M's I.hruo'y thel 19th. {931 L'hnnaery I" that 'erlaln.dated .11\t\ t';;,;\' 1 J 1

most Joyous of all days. Jesus appeared to her Woman why weepest thou? sown In weakness; it is raised in a special Easter music service EXAMINATION OI'EN to burunie.. due and payable n* folllV Iw..11 Ibe .....lately.. 1..n.1(rending hank cor en.bee ',, '. f '

to the disciples on the first Whom seekest thou? She suppos- power: it is sown a natural body; and we accept their Invitation.A On.i ThotiNnnd Dollar on June. tat uulbMatII.ilHurrylhistwl" W' liarry ';' ( I to.1defendanU I

day of the week, and the Holy ing him to be the gardener salth it Is raised a spiritual body." good Friday service will be The United States Civil Service 1936, and one IhoiiHiind dollam Oil the If*' et .1., ..l ;r'; jf ,,
Spirit was given to them on that unto him. Sir if thou have borne Verses 42-44. held in this church this (Friday) Commission has announced that to Juno let IncluHlve.of each of the yeara 19a8: w'ita thernln, appnlnl.d as special. who.. ''j Ii j
1941. .
day (Pentecost) when Peter him hence tell me where thou hast 15. What saying will then be evening at 7:30.: Come and let us until April 12 applications will be The principal and Interest of mile. Caine n."ter, Will In. (nn'h"n""r Monday. to ...."".. the :.t( .'
preached a sermon and 3000 were laid him and I will take him brought to pass? "0 death whereis meditate for a little while on that accepted< for the position of Associate of bond the shall Hanover.be. x National the Hank offlf.In or.f April. tnH2. during the. legal tlh boar's day .,,1.. I al alI I t' 'I'' ,
added to them. It is said that for away." thy sting? O grave, where is supreme tragedy which has openedfor Dairy Husbandman in the the city of New fork Slate of New 'In Ntark before" Irlnrldn'soil the court hnue. door 'l.1!. ,.+"+, l 1 \

some time the disciples kept both But then "Jesus saith unto her, thy victory?" Verse 55. us the door of salvation.A Bureau Dairy Industry Depart York.lie It Further Resolved that an 8"t and .."t bld.r, f 0r In the each hbh the .. '' i ''I h. ,

days, but gradually the first dayof Mary. She turned herself and 16. When did David say he wouldbe cordial Invitation to all our ment of Agriculture for duty at election lie and the name la. hereby rollowlnlf 1"ln'f and! being d".rrllt In 1.01 ,nltt.f.J. ., .: { '; 1..'

the week was universally adopted. saith unto him Rabonl; which is satisfied "As for me, I will be- services extended to all. LewUburg Tennessee. called to be held at I hoo .,'hn..1h.e "" ..rld.. t-wlt I IIradrur,1 county. i'' ," ,!! <.)

to say Master." Doubtless Jesus hold thy face in righteousness: I N The entrance salary will be be- 19th day In of Hampton April,, IdSil Florida, to. ,detormIlia on the .east.I U quarter'HO..lhe..t. ot quarter Aor.' or Rnulh. ,3 S t, ,,1 nil

"The chief priest (Matt. 27:62- spoke her name In the sympathelc shall be satisfied when I awake TRAIN SCHEDULE tween $3,200 and 3.800 a year. whether. sold. honda ehnll be IHHiied : Mouth Mango 19 Eatt 10. Twp. 1.1 \'. ;ii', j P .
an herein deHrrlbvd! and that t
66)) came unto Pilate, saying tone and had often used when he with thy likeness." Ps. 17: 15. Full Information may be obtained at nut'), election the tliHllon| to be weNt II)'l"I\rl..r HoiithwoNt or quarter of "9.uth' '. I

that deceiver said after three was teaching his followers. As a : 17. What comforting promisehas Our schedule changes March 9th from local pout office In this anlMiiltted Hands Nhall. ."b.. 1'or flood,''* or"AK"ln"l lIan" U iCn.II BeoT* 1 Mouth I\ '1 :p .I I "

days I will rise again command child will recognize its mother's God made concerning the and trains will run as follows: city. It I. Fishier" llenolved. that there 1:0: IIIU..I..r NorlhuA"L. qunrler. nl Nuothea.t t ,
: NOI.'h..1
therefore that the sepulchre be voice in the dark so Mary recognized sleeping saints? "I will ransom Southbound local No.1, due \\ta aiipolnted' the following niunaKera. 1t..1I1I..tUKrt..r.. H""lh..t quarter. or 'L 1 ',
voice and them from the of the Starke 11:12: m. Smith's Service Station next to : M. I I. Walleraon o. llayne I"r or Southeast quarter; Nortb..t quar- ., ''i", ,. 'I'
made sure until the third day Christ's recognized power grave; p. and ;Jeff Perry and I.. J. Wynn, a" r1..at.r.u-, F4
Pilate said unto them. Ye have a Him as the Lord. I will redeem them from death: O Southbound local No. 11, due courthouse. clerk of alil election.It "ulheaet t oar'veet quarter mite \ t i,

watch: go your way make it as In speaking of the word "Rab- death I will be thy plagues; 0 Starke 9:35: a. m. I.that Further the foregoing lleaolved reNolutlon and Ordered <;.rjr'i"n! H"c. 11. TWP. 7 HoTi.h! ,r, ", J'II.:: "'' ,f

sure as ye can. So they went and boni" a writer quotesan old Jewish grave I will be thy destruction." Southbound limited No. 101, due Cloning of Mall be ,publlNhed In the Kriulfuirt CounlvTulHMrraph .. ;.sa.lii.oK"rtr.i"u'"in' In .g- .. (\ ,.P
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made the sealingthe commentary as saving, "Rab Hosea 13: 14. Starke 10:28 a. m. South a newspaper published with the I appuiieiinnceN. Halrl pale to \
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sepulchre sure Hrndford
In County, Florida! and be n"."' .. ; :
pur '
: to .Id' .
stone and setting a watch." means master, Rabbon means My 18. What else has He promisedto Southbound limited No. 191, due No.. 11, parcel post and letters :publication be for the period of foilvoriNet.ulIve .tlnry ? .anii> mud ..'...1..decree to !' III
do? "And God will Starke 11:00 m. weekN, beirlnnlitu, ; on the "1. K .(. (.
"The stone" was the door to the Master Rabboni means My dear wipe away : p. 0:15: a. m. IHth diiy of March, lUSi. there bee A.llpe"h,1 I'HRHTMAhf: t 41
tomb and the "Seal" was apiece of Master. all tears from their eyes; and there Northbound local No.2, due No. 107 letters special deliveryand Inir no newapaper published In Null LAYTUN 4. f11tAY Masse. / Chancery t' "r' (3\ :,11'<
parchment to paste on this door Jesus said to Mary "Touch me shall be no more death, neither sor- Starke 5:10: a. m. special handling 10:00: a. m. Mpeclal'i'aa Hihool II.IMMrlit l>. MAY No., I. {Nulicitor's Jaln..vlll.for. Florida.' .. .. } 'I};

and the adjoining wall so that to not; for I am not yet ascended to row nor crying neither shall there Northbound local, No. 12, due North Chairman Hoard of Public Inetriiotlon + 3-4-81-4-1 d, i'4'

remove the door would tear apart my lather" And he came to his be any more pain: for the former Starke 3:31: p. m. No 12, parcel post and letters (HI "I.of) Uiadford County Florida t/1/. i : r ,

the parchment on which the Roman disciples "And salth unto them things are passed away." Rev. 21:4.: Northbound limited No. 108, due 3:19: p. m. ATTK3T1: IttONOI.l'TIONMATP81'1 '
Peace be unto and he show- Starke 5:56: p. m.. A. J. tlltllrFi4.Smperlnlendent" or meeting. ut the Hoard. '\\ } / :
Seal was impressed. That was a you. "* No. 103 letters, special deliveryand Hoard of Public! instruction h'' In..lru"lI..n of lraJfor) '.v 'pt .
crime as was also the neglect or ed unto them his hands and his BAPTIST Wannee Branch special handling, D:30: p. m. of Jtiadford County County" ,. Florida held' which' apecl.l' meet. '. il." ,
side. Then the school at J. No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m. and ex-offlt'lo, Hecrvtnry of 71;} Jf.WH", pur..nt to call of ''' II .
disciples glad 10 A.
sleeping of a guard in such cases. were Sunday a. m. Night mall closes at six o'clock.No. Uoard. JHt.10 memhertt+ had personal no. 1 4' 4
How then did Jesus arise and when they saw the Lord. Then 'Thomas, supt. Interest steadily in- and No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. 1, due at 11:12: p. m. there lice\ on being the I 14th day of March. .1913, ,a" Fill

come out of the tomb ? Matthew he said "As my Father hath sent creasing. dally except Sundays.T. No. 2, due at 8:19: a. m. NOTICB) OP APPLICATION: roil II O. hfay A present H. Hurrency at such.and merlin J. .f ; '

28-2: gives this account "And behold me even so send I you. Receiveye Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. J. Griffin Agent. Wannee Branch Notice la TAX hereby I>KKI given> that Col! Herretary Moore. member.of aald. and board A. the J. tlrlffla, l "", ':

there was a great earth- the Holy Ghost" m. Easter service in morning. Spe Mall closes 7:00: a. m. W. T. Week. holder tit tax tiertlf big among other proceeding follow were '1/:I "i

quake: for the angel of the Lord Most people believe the writersof cial meetings will be held during'this Blue Ban Srhednle Mall arrives, 2:40: p. m. 1521 Irate haa No. filed 9e. tnd eald day certificate of July In A.my 1>. had Member. to-wltl: till rr.. ". I {;

and the Matthew Mark week Dally, effective Jan. 1 1932. olTlce and made "coy preeented A .
descended from heaven came gospel on Wednesday Thursdayand application for taa resolution and upon motion of Mem 'J ,. ,'
and rolled back the atone from the Luke John Peter and Paul were Friday evenings at 7:30: p. m. Northbound 5:03 a. m., 9:1B: a. Tallahassee-Bids received for deed with to law.tame Hald thereon certificate In' accordance embrarea. her Hurrency.J. T. Moore, Nu-onded by Member 'I. f

door and sat upon, it." honest and truthfuL If they were, Rev. Thomas Hansen of Jacksonville m., 1:59: p. m., 4:59:: p. m., 8:19: p. construction of bridge on Road No. the following dencrlbeil property the board resolution and all membere woe put voting before J .,'L '

Mark 18:1-6: says that early in then we can hardly doubt that will preach for us Friday evening m. 54, over Shoal river in Okaloosa Ituated to-wlts: In Uiadford .county Florida 5 Aye<.opted.and,. said", "". r..ulutl..n Nay revolution was "If'' ''t I'ij','

the morning the first day of the Jesus was dead and became alive All his friends will be pleased Southbound-9:34: a. m., 12:34: p. county. North half of Southeast. quarterof word. and flirurea .. gallows being: In ', '

week certain women (Christ's followers and rose from the dead. It seems to hear him again. m., 4:34 p. m., 7:34: p. m., 12:50: a. Frostproof-Quarters of Ramon Northeaet quarter Section IS Whereaa, at a meetlne of title' T '

) came unto the tomb and that we should believe in the resur B. Y. P. U. at 6:30: Sunday eve- m. Barber Shop in Ramon Theatre Townahlp The aNNCHainent I Mouth of llanire fluid DO property ICait. board 1IM2\ there held on wa.the presented I4t". day' a"'petition March tit 1"1'f

found the stone door rolled away. rection.D.UiNIT. ning. Tickets and information at building remodeled. under the said certificate (NHUed wan signed by more than 21 per cent of I
In the r\f
L _" ._ .- --,- .. -- name Jells londwtne the qualified. electora. who or. rr..- 1
'- ----- --------- holiterN -
iCNldlnic within 11terr '
IjonOTH1 tory known and deelifnated a Hp.. J "I '' f ,' ,lY
Charles McManus' alai Ta. Hchool Dl.trlit No. 1 of .r( \ '
By Itruilford founly iriorldit I praying I 1 1\
--- thin Hoard; to call{ nn election to de J' ..
!lerniln"' whether. aald a Hhilll, issue bond In the sum. of $L- Ti J ",
I 00000 for the porpoise or acquiring, ."[. v ;:.i' f
building, enlarslnv. furnlNblno' or 1 ', //J t'
LEAD otherwise Improving bulMlii. **, or I 11'1' y '

AW WANT A LOlMt st AttJT c.of'1 6RfVLNGE within said Hpvclal. Tax Hohool 1)la ,
PAY OP FOR KID = trlct to be need by the whit chll.clren ,
SLAPPIM MYORorER MISTER f THERES of sad district and thin, Board a ,
? bavinduly uonalilered said I '
DIME EH petition
t3tFoQE puRELF FOULOW ME YouR and the fart elated therein and hay I
tag determined that .alel!< petition I I.
THIS O.AVOVER. ala-ned by more than 25 per cent of '
tiou WAIT.A.ND the qualified. elector renlillnw In
IF ,00N- aald Hueclal, Tax School District No '
Z, and that th. issuance of bond a*
f prayed for therein I I. "........ry. and "
4t that eald petition fully compiles \ ,
with the law It I 1., therefore t
IKNolvedrf fly this Hoard ot Public + I. '
instruction In Npeclal meetingon '.
n this the 14th day of March 1911 '
that It I* expedient and fur the beet 4
b Interest of said Hpeclal Tax Hchool "

Florida III.trlct: : ; that No. 1 hr.r hoard on dbh' : ot .' :' j

r aid LM.trlut do Ixeue and *ell bond.
i In the amount of 17,00000 for the !
t '. purpose a. stated In said petition ,
a above referred to. :
s He It Further Resolved that said 'Rt
boodN Nhall b* In the denomination 1 r
1r of fl.duooo each that bond hall
blur date. of Jun. let. 193*. with iu-
O teret thereon at the rat of 6Mi percent '
per annum, payable on the lat }
day of June, and the 11 day of Icember }.- y t f7;
of each year and such bond
L to .become due and payable a. fol. '
.c--ql teal rewaUOS low.: I;
On. Thousand Dollar on June 11. "
.- -- 1035, and mine thoueand dollar oa
June tat "' each of the year 1914
to 1141 IncIuelT

(c'fTHE MAIN THING ON" MAIN STREET By L. F. Van ZdmTHE of bonus Th the. .nail principal Hanover u* payableat and National interest th Dank*of offlo paid In \j {

the City of New York mat of New ,
York y ll ,
II. It Further Resolved that en b
0 ,
election be and the Name I I. hereby 1.
I called to be held at the chool
house In Hampton Florida, on the
o ', i mh day ot April, 1911, to determ-
in* whether said: bond* shall, b* I*. k.ued if 1 +
a. herein described and that i i
.: at Nuch election the question to be y,
submitted shall b* "For Bond" or a e
'Altai nil Bond." r
i It I* Further nolved that there r
} tI HrRE b. appointed the following; mana- 4
e gene: M. U Wattereon, O }Mayoe
and Jeff Perry and U J Wyatt a* 1 ,
0 K clerk of laid election. 'I
I,.. It la Further IteHolved and Ordered '
that the foregoing resolution A
EIIANMERJ.P.Ori'NL! : tIoT1VG:1'/I'ie.: f'/IM' 6lICK 6l0.duADRAfT\ EtMEROAl'} Tut Tttt/M TXUW MlDULU Town+ GAt. vnT ,NrasstP, sm'IEnc> HA4 OATS.FASMER fitl'f' mmAF'.O\n tie TS sii tttD! 44 F1tPSOrI l Ire published lit the Uradford County
"GA'{ a'IDOWFR WHO, THE BLUE OFftlMKINVIUE. "TOIIM Du l E.. ctHttE' Fi\Il4. Ste FARMER eu.' -.VAI'f: Tae I "tUft TesiieDUN8M.U MtS.PittitROP: I 7IETRtsS II TAMER OF eire a OAT CErMl' MtACl! fTWR 8o-t GLlYioIi! REV fete HAU,, r..I"J'l"rcS"" newspaper:... published l
tOI'ftTROL EVFR'feitMG ., U4E1 WP4 efhJ WL&VNKCUKV: ecN\IMO,\ 11HrIgALEER' TroatMtATJ MM f5(8( IT PsarnriLtLSM two aCTS ID m* 'WHO liut' A TIM f09IHt' SIf.. WHO tOOi MIJl publication b* for the, period Florida of, four and i
; EIf WHO HA J 0: BP09iMEL,14a 'Af OTHER Of* AL9O! WIKItel MOMTPWlt4I eveaPRCVW Ai.jW! S fWM"'nrVr UCArte. e,,u1rr eerie ATTerlTiortS Tl ELIZABEK 'ffM gel' Dw1'1. I oonaeuutlve week, bevlnnln on the d
tI'E.1I-4tR. PERSISTEf1T sat f1I'StilOtt of corw'9) ; A 51imf'4C8'O' XXRTV l BUToSiCHTFui. . 14E PREFEp3t! SUITORS. f'LATi!.. OLl1 R9. FOR arnti :> ., MAKrnetx A BCAU. 'THING D9TeRA Alitoi'll' Wog oD Sr f 41. nr no newspaper published In said
t GCo.aurtt rWHO. RIGGED BUT -Afin'ytfriA.UATS M"tV VtXJMTO rltT Oe+ECT Hf boht Special Tax Uchool District No 2. t

k HOE WABRAFTT J (TEEN lb( NElli QI JIC1n: S 3 ACAX-WKM f.N-HEARIfJ! 'H6tjivecrft UHOM tit.eaicve ir4iMG rrS I fl0'' 4E/Z, I Chairman Hoard of Pu lio In'strue .
I'.e *- -
tYIIY euft'TO 'IJRI ONCE$ SUiTOMSo fof* IT TO- / t ,
N LttUGrITE/.d/tArG rs4.17WGACUt: PtOAAOU m+CR r GD P M CO/l'tli/ I": ta ( l7Att! ) Bradford County r'lorld .1
:II ewtsKTCtTrTbMf- .;. ATT liar: in
eoHVierlTCROOKCO' : A. J.
I MA. )(t Ug Superintendent Board of Publlo Inetructlon i
L l.f"'ltlu"", of Bradford County Flav.- r5 y}

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voters placing him In office would ing at state school for deaf and meat Is made with a
Bradford County Telegraph NOTES OF THE welcome suggestions from his con- blind dedicated. durIng the :years In which teehig l that
served .
I you .a
I From Other Pens I| stituency. At the same time, a Inverness--Work on new Coca rendered faithful county honest judge, I "have!
Established 1877 PRESS MEETINGWith
; man big enough to hold office as Cola plant started. clent service to all. and at "iVm'In '

--- -.__ -- -- i state senator or representative Pahokee .- Construction of new J see such It In manner submitting as to Justify nV. a.*
Published Second Class the election of certainly should be big enough to telephone exchange building start- to you for your Consideration candld8<.r
Weekly. on Fridays and Entered as officers at Officers win start their game of e.r..Uy; solicit I
noon Saturday, the Florida Press do his duty, as be sees It, without ed. If again' ..
Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida tag with outomoblllsts Monday.- Y.r; l-a'SaVSr-'
t Association closed its fifty-third Starke Telegraph. Shouldn't that being influenced by the lobbyistsfor Brooksvllle Two local packinghouses to your render county fallhful '

annual convention In Live Oak, the be "oughtomobllistaT" Port special Interests.-Dade City shipped total of 178 cars of; dent service Respectfully honest and ?

E. S. Matthews _n_________________ Owner and Publisher smallest town entertaining the Richey Press. Banner. fruit up to recent date. 0gO A. GARDINER
largest number of editors -p Marianna-Hotel Chlpola Annex -
J. C. Robinson u___ _____ ______________ Managing Editor gathered -o At the ..
together in years. No one spoke When a man buys a used car or Lake county so named becauseIt opened. consideration therlof? I heVSbv due

aught but praise for the manner in marries a grass widow it doesn' I' has more lakes than any other Waldo-Plan* under way to repair flounce to the voter of Bradford an.

; SUBSCRIPTION RATE which that northern Florida (FlorIda take him long to find out why the I county in the state, offers special state road No. 13 from Brad- County of County my JUdge candidacy to be for voted the oTice,

editors agreed to discontinue former owner got rid of inducements to settlers who wish to ford county line to this place to the June Primary. Being a on i In

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months\ 75c-Payable In Advance the use of "North Florida' or 'Melbourne Advertiser. tbem'-j establish a truck farm or orange coct about $45,000.MariannaLocal. I some uate of U yeara University In the Law.I\.tlc.School Irrad.and

Advertising Rates on Application "South Florida" or "West Florida", -b- grove on the banks of a crystal members of I feel fully qualified, to serve You of Uw, .

the use of "North Florida" or When you sit down to a good clear body of water. And not far American Legion plan constructionof elect County me Judtre.I promise If you that see ft to'

"southern Florida," etc,) city dinner the best comes last-the behind Lake county in the matterof building.St. have honest, faithful, efficient you' shall and

Radio are wonderful things. looked after the pleasure of their dessert. J. C. Robinson, of the lakes, cames "Florida's String Augustine-Bonita BrenIzer licit unbiased your service.Support and I earnestly .".

programs guests for the threa days they were Starke Telegraph, believes this of Pearls," which is a chain of opened dancing studio at No. 168 primary, June 7th 19SI.Relpectfu. vote in the

o-- there. should also apply to the newspaper sandy-shored crystal-clear spring San Marco avenue.I3rooksvllleEnglish. B. K. fly,

It's alright to buy now if you can pay now. S C game. He places his interesting water lakes extending from Pa- peas ship- -PCUHYMAN

If the editors thought they would column of paragraph on the back latka west to beyond Hawthorn ped from this point. FOR TAX ASSESftOR!

a catch the citizenship of Suwanneecounty's page.-Farm & Live Stock. and from Palatka northwest to Fernandlna T. H. Hoover I hereby announce myself a candl
op. for the office
of I
Too many gardens are liabilities instead of an asset. capital unprepared for the -_0Macdenny ------ I Starke. It is stated that on the eyed hardware store at foot of of Bradford county, subject Tax As.i.to the.,'

number that ,road from Hawthorn to Palatka I will of the voter' at the
--o--- poured In there for Press reported a tiger Center street.Poilticil democratic Coming I
the convention, they were agree- hunt In its last issue in which the one can count over a hundred lakes held June 7th.primary In asking election for to b.
Now is good time to give the home a new coat of paint. 'this
a ably surprised. The only thing aforesaid tiger got away. Must within a stone's throw of the high- office familiar will with aay the that I am thoroughly

--() found lacking was a deplorablelack not have belonged to the blind way, and the same can b* said of: Announcements promise If elected duties to discharge thereof and

in of sleep but choloform specie.-Starke Telegraph. No we the route from Palatka to Starke duties of said office In an efficient the
Winter is running its last bluff about remaining FOR !STATB! SENATOR: and courteous
wouldn't have had any effect on don't? have that kind over here.They're over State Road No. 28. Arounda In respond" to the ,aunrgreattan of and support will manner.ba Your Vote

Florida. some members of that gang and wide open. Macclenny number of these lakes may be can many;be friend of valuable, and believing service$ to that th.]J LOUIS i.CIJWL'1.' .

-0 I the host city couldn't be blamed If Press. seen fine homes, orange groves and people of this. senatorial dlatrlct.oompoaed -
they made 24-hour truck farms. The lakes offer a of Union and Bradford .I hereby announce myself a can
there wouldn't be a day of it. counties, I hereby; announce myself didate for the office of Assessor
If the tick taken out politics any ot
; was C U A farmer out tn Kansas heard a protection from cold weather and aa a candidate for state aenator, Taxes of Bradford County, subject

candidates. Neither could the citizenship of noise in his chicken yard the other supply abundant water for irrigation subject Voter at to the the will primary of the election Democratic on to prettied the wishes In the or coming the voter Democratic. to be ...

Q Live Oak be blamed for shifting night and seized a shotgun. When thus their advantage for a June 7. 1832. I am In favor of and primary.. If elected I guarantee all
their domes!te. Times-Union. will work for tax reduction and In the favors Information
plans and appointing the high the smoke cleated he had one accommu
away a reduction of the dation. and
Hint'for but expense or running courtesies that
the home gardener-Love your neighbor sheriff to deliver the 'address of chicken thelf, '1 dozen of his own o the atate government: I also arlvtn through that office. Will can ap.be

leave his chickens alone. I welcome, and that worthy official chickens, some that had been stol- The Outlook Brightens I atiengthenlna favor and will of the work state f.the banking vote preciate and your a./lle'"n"serious consideration

o > after one look over his audience, en from other persons and a Ford Palatka Dally News) laws to protect depositor. and to'' N. D. WAINWRldHT
made another shift In the plans and car. Here is an agriculturalist Residents of the six counties traversed make their liability to loss much
remote. I will
It's not so far back to the days when you were told to moved the convention hall to the who seem to 'have "turned that by state highway No. 28 for and eurte..e right ever aide be of alert any I hereby for announce. myself a randldate -
courthouse where the have cause to be cheered by the other which I believe to ra-elartlon to the office of
Lake Wales News.
keep your shirt on. delegates corner. be for the bent Interests of the people AB".eor. Duringthe three
could look out the windows at the o action of the state road depart- and the protection of their rlsrhts rears that I have been your assessor
o -- barred windows of the With Free ment, at its Lakeland meeting of and property. Your vote and aup- J I have tried hard to give to the pub.
county Jail. Wheeling will be highly appreciated and lie I all :: ba expected of inc
The debating club of a woman's college is usually made S C U "My husband Is gone too much," Including an appropriation of J105- Port am elected your confidence In as election ..ot..c and In asking for r..
Nothing interfered told her 000 In the tentative budget for the me will never be violated. I promise: lO'II\h\ that If :
of chatter members. with the an Emporla woman neighbor Respectfully am elected again continue ,
up business! of the association, how- "that I think m get a gigolo lard-surfacing of a portion of the Lake Butler, Fla. J. M. MANN M. D. Serve you honestly, fearlessly, and

o ever, the morning and afternoon to: go places with." "I wouldn'tbe San Mateo-Bunnell sector. To the Democratic Voters of the I rote mpartlally.at the coming. t will primary appreciate and your gen.

The Sun at Brookaville is the latest addition to the state sessions being strictly business, hasty," the neighbor advised. There Is reason to believe that Fifteenth Senatorial District: eral election. Respectfully,

members taking up and discussing Td watt and have a look at the when the budget Is finally adoptedthis Many Union of the counties voters which, both Bradfordand a W. IIAvES'FOR ,
edited Lovett &
I press, by Keathley. their problem and listening" tn tha new Fords."-Emporia (Kan.Ga Item will stick And If it 'the above senatorial district, urgedme 81IKI1IFP
0- addresses by- does there Is that prior to the death of Senator To the .
delivered some of the zette. .,.." every assurance Johns, to enter the race for the County Democratic: voters of Bradford -

Too experts advising people to pay their debts are state's most gifted speakers. If '0 part of the thoroughfare will be Democratlo nomination as senator J hereby announce my candidacy
many they cut loose and endeavored to One authority suggests a 25/ percent completed within the present year tee In the held coming In June primary election to for sheriff of this county, subject to

not expert enough to tell how to pay. forget the bill collectors awaiting tax on'bootleggers and speak- Should congress make the expected this method of making, 11)32. 'I my now formal take the log action Democratlo of the voters primary at the election co", -,

: o a, theM at home during the luncheon easies. If collectible it would mean federal! :aid emergency appropriation office.announcement I ask each for and this every Important voter promising if elected a faithful, hon-
eat, and efficient
hour and at the two splendid pro- the abolishment of practically aU It is entirely probably that by to carefully consider my candidacy; duties of said office.performance Your of the
vote and
Wauchula advocate suggests as a good slogan for candi- grams provided for their amusement other forms of taxation.-Starke i next new year's day this most Important If I am service the nominee to the I pledge efficient support la respectfully solicited.

1 dates-One good term deserves another. at the banquets, they might Telegraph. If'we Americans had I gateway-to-the-sea unit oi Renpectfully people.' LAimiCB C. CLEMO.NS

o be> pardoned for relapsing Into human a grain of seDsi!'we would do away I the state highway system will be Lake Butler, Pin. HAL Y MAINES I hereby announce- as candidate

beings with all the faults of a with the "nobl experiment" and finished in Its entirety. To the Democratic elector. for sheriff of Bradford County, Flor.
Avery Powell knows economy should begin at home but human being plus those usually as- collect the tax 'on the commodity Thanks e due to Commissioner 5th[ Senatorial District of Florida of the appreciate ida. and respectfully cnltclt and will
your support at the June
advises using the telephone to inform the wife. cribed to those unfortunates compelled ID question. The revenue would George B. hills, who represents the I for: respectfully nomination solicit In the June your primary support Primary. '.

o > to edit a newspaper for an come pretty near paying the cost Fourth Concessional district, for .i. your state senator for said dlarlct W. J. EPPERSON.I .

existence. of our rather expensive government. Including this project in the tentative which embraces the counties of -
Union and Bradford hereby
n I
When you solve the reason why people read some novels, S S S .-Jacksonville Herald. I budget. An obligation Is also THELMA JOHNS. for sheriff of :3frdm0 candidacy-- subject -

; you will then understand why they are written.In The business session was adJourned i O owed Commissioner W. A. Snanda FOR RRPRBBRVTATIVB! primary to; action June ?of th.' the I voters have been t'fli..a

Friday afternoon to>allow. The plan instituted by a Georgia for his loyal cooperation ever since I respectfully announce my can. I Itlaen of the county; all my life and
he editors to attend the dedication' municipality raffling off the political No. 28 emerged fro mthe legislativecocoon lldacy for Representative of Bradford iar. never asked for an office at the
County, subject to the will of hands of the voters. If elected I
In time like these says a Georgia writer, lot of our close of the Stephen Foster bridge, jobs to"|'the lowest bidder so many years ago that the Democratlo voters of the coming promise the cltlcena of the county
panning the the date Is primary election June 7 1932. If efficient law enforcement, without
Suwannee reminis
River a few might save money for salaries but now largely a
friends are getting closer. Only in some respects. nominated and elected I will I dll- showing partiality. Your support
miles north of Live Oak. The ceremonies cost the taxpayers more elsewhere. cence. Both of these members of gently' faithfully "ndt fearlessly doev.rything and, vote will be appreciated I .

o were simple celebrating "':--Starke Tele aph. In Florida we the state road department have : that I c will help OSCAR ANDREU

Register for the June primaries. Registration books will this linking of two counties with a raffle them' off'to'the highest bidder hom) axes to grind that are directly the majority County of and the the cltlsens Stale of of Bradford FlorIda -- MRMBRR SCHOOL BOAItn-I l. I

massive steel and concrete structure and it is' business for competitive. They are Will attempt and aid In placing I take this method of announcing
l not remain days longer in the districts. exp'ehsive the atate on a buslnenu baste. I will my candidacy for member of school
open many but one could feel a tug at the taxpayer..-Jacksonville Her therefore, the more strongly to be Incerely appreciate ynur aupport. board from School District No. 1.
-0 his heart-strings listening to that I ald. .*' commended for lending a helping O. M. 1NMAN. comprising" North Starke and Lawtey

Palatka News headline reads "Salary Bill is in Status group of negroes In the garb of J. C. Robinson, of the Bradford hand. I take this method--of subject vot.to....the In the will coming of the primary Democratic -
old Road No. 28 has been somewhat announcing June 7, IS32 If
plantation days wending their County Telegraph (Starke) shouldbe my candidacy for the office of nominated and
Quo." And a lot more bills are in the same heck of a mess. I way down the banks of this hlsorlc demoted for pulling this one: of a stepchild for a good many .,.s..natlve. I favor reduction Of salaries elected beet Interest I promise of all to the work school for the of'
and taxes
c stream their voices It has crashed more budgets rigId economy Bradford county and I
o carrying "Alachua's tung oil festival should years along all lines of our state work earnestly so
clearly to the assemblage on the popular' with candidates. and tentative budgets than :Should: I be honored with the nomination licit your vote and nupport.Keapectfully. .
prove G. H. BENNETT.
With a $10 tax put whiffle biffle and baffle boards and afterward election I
bridge "Way Down Upon the Su- Lake Worth Herald.I any one throroughfare In Florida. promise to the best of my ability -

: by the city of Tallahassee it is prophesized they will bang-go. wannee River." It remains as probably the only honest and faithful 1 aorvlc. __ I reaDeetfullv minntinft' fhiit- T ama
e e e eWe candidate road on the first preferential list '. U. rLn&UOXISVPIcRINTF.NVSNT : -- candidate for member; of the a,;Imol,
o I I want to be a board, district No. 1 comprising voting -
doubt if any section of the ,And with the candidates standA that Is still fighting for the rightto OP SCHOOLS precinct one and two), nul>Je-'t

: Subscriber wants to know if it is possible to disguise his state could produce the talent fora ten gallon hat on my head completely function. Although of ThrouaTh friends the solicitation of many to the election action of to the be Democratic held June primary 7th.
my desire
paper as a handbill so the neighbors will quit borrowing it. program equal to that furnished And greenbacks in my hand. bunt In to Palatka from Lake City.It be your school superintendent my to again I desire If elected district I promise the cltlxeni. of
Friday evening by the members of I'll kiss all the' babies t can never serve Its real purpose to announce myself as a candi the and county the bent
I service of
I which I capable. Your
o date for this position, subject to the am
t the Suwannee River Press Auo- At the pretty girls I'll wink. -that of furnishing a direct route June primary If nominated and support will be appreciated.I

: Exchange says many a woman thinks she has reformed ciation. Some of the editors, in- With cigars In'my pocket, from the, Lake City Gateway to elected of I promise a faithful performance O.Ay A NBWSOM.

a man when as a matter of act she has merely worn him out.O cluding this one, fell down in pro- And on my hip a drink. the Atlantic Ocen-until the remaining Your vote.the are duties solicited of this and, office.will I hereby announce mye.-lf a candidate -
viding their part of the entertainment I'll sally forth and tell 'em, twenty-two miles Is be highly appreciated Your reapeo for re-election, aa member of

but those who came across I never will relax connected up. It now joins fully. H. B. WIGGINS.!! the school solely board In, district the advanermxnt 1.; I amInterested

J About the best joke of the year is where one doctor took with the goods more than made up Until the country's saved tate highways Nos. 3 and 1. The 1 hereby for announce myself a candidate of our county school and If my work
for the deserters. The ladies of And I've-reduced the tax.. expenditure of just a little more Superintendent re-election to the office of aa a member of the board the pant
: another doc along on a fishing trip so he could what he of Public Instructionof two years meet with your approval.
Live Oak their club will at least quadruple the Bradford County. Your
through organizations I'll tell it to 'em straight money vote and your support In the June primary

: had to say about; the trip. were hostesses to the And make it plain to see, value of the Investment, for the support Respectfully will be appreciated A. J. QRIFFIS same will be conscientious appreciated attention pledging to the the

a members of the press on this eve The way to save the country road will then change overnight duties of the office.

ning1 and to the ladles must go Is to vote for me.-Perry News. from a community feeder to an arterial To the voters of Bradford county. JAMES T. MOORE.
r Most any one who drives on the highways will thru [ hereby announce my candidacy "
agree moit of the credit for making it -o-- thoroughfare offering for superintendent of Public In- MP1MIIRR dCIIOOIj RO.\8101.t. *

with Avery Powell that the guy who hoga the road should be possible for Live Oak to entertainthe I Work on the Macclenny-State travel advantages now denied. struction. I feel that I am qualified I hereby announce my candidacy
for said office and promise' for re-election aa member of the
to faith-
in a pen. visitors. Farm road Is progressing at a good I When the road Is finished there fully discharge the duties of name SchOol board from dlntrlotl. and If
e CCC rate. The grade is! this side of' will then be stronger argument for to the beat of my ability. Your vote elected will continue to give the duo

--0 And speaking of the 'ladles as Manning and doming along at a freeing the Memorial Bridge across will be Respectfully appreciated I:.. It. FLTC1I ties t Ion.of the Your office support my very solicited bent. and attun -

: : It looks as if owners of chickens in this section will be President of the Press Association, clip that will bring it to Macclenny the St. Johns river here from toUs. .will be appreciated. _H. D. l\IA\-.

forced to feed thieved with Marie Holderman of Cocoa, will In a few months. The forces are Thin structure stands as a bar FOB TIX: COLLECTOR WKVIAKR: : tirifOOI. BO Altn-nial. :3
$ a dose of chilled shot to put a stop guide the destinies of Florida's throwing up a splendid grade and rier to motor traffic and as a men-, to I aucceed hereby announce my candidacy i I hereby announce myself a candidate

to the practice. nearly two hundred and ; ace to the prosperity of this city. of Bradford myself as Tax Collector for' member of the school
weekly putting in good culverts and eliminating county subject to the board. District No.3. com rl lnlr,
o_ semi-weekly newspapers during the many ba4 curves and other Eventually It will serve three trunk June Democratlo 7th. 193J primary to be held on Hampton. Graham Smoker and Nw
3 14 and 28. I have tried to River, subject tn election In the
line roade--Nos. It
coming twelve months. This
state oM render
undesirable features of the you faithful, honest and effi June primary I promise to stand
; Auto manufacturer says now is the time to buy a car. has hundreds of capable women, grade. This road will be a splendid falls short of serving the three now dent office' service during my first term of for a fair deal equal rights to all

And credit companies are just as emphatic in saying now is and the membership roll of the asset to the southern part of the only by the 22 miles of No. 28 yet estly aa solicit your Tax your Collector.support' I and earn If and partiality Respectfully to1 none.yours

the time to press association has many women county and to Macclenny and we to be completed. And this short Oar elected again I shall continue to ren J. II. KELLY.
pay. you the same service aa I have
whose publications rank among the trust that the'work will be pushedas stretch Is already graded and the In the past. .
o bridge contracts have been award- CARL I hereby announce myself a <'*"
best A.
in the state. As witness Mrs. fast as possible so that the hard- KNIGHT. dldate, for' re-election to the offli

Lake City Reporter remarks that the difference between Edith Keller of the Mt. Dora Topic, surface) can bV'flnlshed which will ed.John I of School Board for District No 3,
W. executive vice respectfully announce myself a I subject to the Pemocratlo -
two percent beer and prohibition law enforcement is that the whose paper carried off aa many give us a direct route to the south. Campbell candidate for the office of Tax Collector primary action June of 7.the 1931. 'It
prizes in the different competitions The work.Is being done by a force president of the' road 28 association subject to the action of' the elected I promise the same fair and
beer is two percent ahead of the officers. as all other papers combined. from the state farm.-Macc1eDny the man behind the gun for June Democratlo 7th. I voters feel at the primary of Impartial. administration of the ou-
I am In every ties of the office that I have tendered
0 S a S C Press. the past two years believes that way; qualified to give the duties of In the paat. Your vote and
This Is not the first year the > the last obstacle to the early completion the office efficient and competent support I. solicited and will be
Minnesota editor was awarded a thousand dollar prize f-o service. Pledging a full and faith highly appreciated.A. .
Florida Press Association has honored The Delray Beach News of the highway has been re ful discharge ef the duties of the .
.;; 4'f"for! the best short story on what his town needed most. It a woman with the presidency I that the 1931 legislature "would says moved. He is nearly always right solicit DiIee to and the will hut appreciate* my abllitr; I B. 8URRENCY.

<, was "Six or seven funerals rightly placed." or perhaps. It would sound better!, have been able to make a fine record and If this dream of his comes true In the coming primary.your support COVNTY (:oMtIIgsioNERni.t.. I I

to ay not the first time a woman of accomplishments" If left the counties of Putnam, Clay, Flag. Respectfully CARl.JOHNS have. At the solicitation of friends for
,4r f 0- consented to make the race
has honored the association ler. Union Bradford and Columbia District
by ac alone and that "it might County Commissioner for
: suggests
Crescent City Journal reports that all the babies look FOR CLERK OF CIRCUIT Corn No. :* of Bradford If elected
*, just cepting. Women have proven their not be a bad Idea to pass a law will have every reason to rejoice. I hereby announce myself a-candldate I promise to discharge County. the

/, like their mothers until after the primary. Keep on exposing I right and ability to take their preventing any county officeholder Circuit for Court the office nf of Clerk of the Incumbent upon me to the dutl..f
Bradford County, solicit"
). this campaign thunder and candidates will have to hunt some- places In the newspaper world as from going to Tallahassee while GIVE STATE HAPPENINGS subject to the will of the voters at my and ability.will be Your support. U
they have proven their right and the legislature Is In session." It coming primaryJune 7th. I am afl'"ZcER..
thing original. fully conscious of the duties of this
ft:7 ability to take part In the affairs I seems to us that the legislator who Jacksonville Permit Issued for Important office and feel that I am -
-0 of the state and nation to their desired to ably fitted to Perform them In an t hereby announce myself a candidate
actually represent construclon of $325,000 Federal
: efficient commissioner
I everlasting credit. More : manner. Never having asked for re-election a. county
( Titusville Star-Advocate informs its readers that power to Parcel Post building. for an office In the, court house before from district No. I. cc-
them. the
I promise If elected I will continue giving
and Tallahassee and It will elected to give
bers of the Florida Press Association talk more about C S e seem Pensacola Preparations progressing ;faithful honest and efficient service. district and county the beet .ervicj'
liquid good to go again to the East Coast to obtain rlghtsof.waynecesaary I Your aupport Is respectfully solicit- of which I am capable. J. O. CREWjCOIT

refreshments than any other group in the world that consumes But lest the ladles get an exag.' way down I In south (ern) Florida. to Insure completion of ,I .d. _A. J. THOMAS. !' TY (''O"lIllISSIOOlEn-OI.! .
opinion of
so little of them. This statement was made before the we'll remind themselves e w ee Inland waterway between Mobile i To the Voters of Bradford I hereby announce myself a candidate
them that the silver' County. for rountrcommissioner
"The object 'ot this Association and I'en acola. Florida 1 1I re-election aa *.
convention met in-Live Oak. cup was awarded to' a newspaper shall be to promote interest In JV, a candidate for re-election from district No ana
Tampa-Judge Raleigh Pette.way's Thereaaa and Graham
operated by a mere man and to the office of Clerk of Circuit If gl'the .
sev re-electvd
o journalism; "to" elevate Its tone, office Court. Bradford will continue
being repaired.
eral other County. Florida, and county the best service I *"*
newspapers. Including purify Its expression, enlarge Its Key West-More than earnestly solicit your support and capable of. I aupport::
; Starke has an efficient fire department and more volunteer the Telegraph walked away with I $400.000 vote at the June Primary election solicit :your 7thINSON
usefulness advance Its wisdom and will be I : and vot. at (Se primary: June
spent on navigation promise to render
fire fighters: than any city in the world judging from I some of the.awards. justice, extend its influence In the here under government's six projects year and careful aerrlce faithful Respectfully., honest O. W. lL_,____:>___

,' the number of cars trying to outrun the truck to the blaze. S C S work of true civilization, cultivate plan. O. W. ALDERMANFOR COl' TT COWMISRIO'VBR.' DiI .'. ?
With I can-
selection of hereby a"noullo.mYBelf- adidt.
Thia Hollywood for friendly relations and a spirit of I Bradenton W. Metcalf COV1TT! VOGEl l"trlut ..
'; practice should be stopped by authorities before they the October -C. plans Te the for county oommlaaloner.
meeting and Avon I fraternal Democratlo voters of Brad. 5 and >."
: have to pick the remains of Park for the regard among its mem opening small cigar factory'here. ford County florida: Hive.... comprising If elected Brooker tal'' ?.
up a car and passenger in a bas. spring meeting next hers and for mutual benefit."- St. Petersburg-Southern I hereby: announce my; candidacy ful t I promts "" of"T the
Clays performance of the duties
ket. year. the association adjourned. i From the : to succeed myself as county Judge '*
Constitution office. I appr1
of the FlorIda Inc.. granted charter. ef Bradford solicit and will
Hollywood, won over Winter Park: : Press AssoclaUon.a county; subject to the the support and vote of all "em"-.
St. Augustine-New main build Democratlopriniary; to be held Tues crate at the primary election June
day, June 7, 151*. This announce- Ttb 0.. W, ANDREWS.I. .

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