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: June 3, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Established 1877 Subscription: -For Year, $1.50; Six: Montbs,75c--l'ayablejn Advance E. S. Matthews Owner and Publisher I

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Democrats May 4-H Clubs Enjoyt- CROWDED HOUSE HEARS FORMER CommissionersMay Hart Speaks To I Florida; Law Gives ;?{::'F" '

Meet Soon To Picnic At Beach VERNER HA DEE WEDNESDAYFresh Go In For Large Audience Public Right See 'I' '

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Adopt Platform The 4-H boys and girls of Bradford from a final swing into Four Year Ten.tselpndment I Ballots Counted .
the western of the state Committee
county enjoyed a full day of part Completes Thomas S. Hart. business man :

activities at Hampton Beach, the famed as the battleground of state Successful l'c anti candidate for governor, spoke I Ito I I
politics, Cary A. Hardee, former -
Pines, last Saturday, in their second a capacity crowd at the Bradford
flie possibility of' a state wide )! annual picnic.Practically governor and a candidate on an The Bradford county committee To Ho Voted In No- county courthouse last Sat-1|1, Counting mill Can\"I",,. of halide ,II

nvention to draft a platform of 1 all the club boys and economy platform addressed an of theVornan's Democratic Army \.n".t'r Would :\I.lkl'ElI'4' urday afternoon. The Jacksonville! nt'fortny Cltlrrn DesirIng
for the Democratic par- enthusiastic audience in the county lion County \\lde. I To no 1't'II..nt t
nciplea business man spoke more than an .
H girls of the county were there with of Florida. with Mrs. L. A. Davis 1 1I .
Florida loomed Tuesday as courthouse here Wednesday after - -- 1
tIfl hour to the attentive all l- J
seekers many of their parents and friends. as' colonel has just closed a very :1 I very < '
tin hundreds' of office They first enjoyed the swim In the noon. The address, delivered without successful! campaign In urging citizens Three-fifths of the county commissioners lenre, and bin remarks were frequently The law places no limitation on

"i ned Into the seven days of cam the lake, tnen played several games, the usual flames of oratory of the county to qualify as who will be elected in iutemiptcd with bursts of the right of the public to witness) 'ft

p ugnlng, that remain' before after which they assembled under but bristling with governmentalfacts voters and soliciting funds for a Florida's, 67 counties lliU year maybe appluuao I the counting and canvass of ballots. r

ti>"it primary on June 7. the shade of the trees to listen to and figures left a favorable Democratic victory this year. There placed In office for four years lie WHinod bin honkers' nt the by election officials, Attorney Gen. r!

i B. Hodges Democratic execu- talks by Miss Jordan, home demonstration impression with the hearers. was an increase of 650 names on Instead of two. outset that he was no political orator oral Landln. Informed county at'torneys "j ;

ti i. committee chairman, announce agent, Mr. L. T. Dyer, After answering some of the the county registrar's book, a large I A constitutional: amendment to | but a plain business man, and yesterday. Inspectors !. .

in Lake City offices of the county agent, and Mr. W. T. Nettles charges which have been continuously 'percent of these being women. be voted upon at the November 8 I would make a plain business have no authority to deny any Pf'r-' .. t '

mmittee are considering calling\ state district agent from hurled at him by one of his Mrs. Davis was assisted in this 'I general election provides for four- Hpeech "I will tiling no mud nor son the right to watch counting; d'; ,

i tate convention "to declaro Gainesville on the value and workof opponents, the Live Oak candidate work by a splendid- corps of captains I year terms for county commissioners / make any personal attacks," Maid of ballots, the opinion said. :

principles of and write a platform the 4-H Clubs. confined a great majority of his as follows: Mesdames! J. W. Instead of two-year terms as i at Mr. Hurt. "I am running my own \How many watchers or spectator }.

for the Democratic party in Flor Soon after they had enjoyed the address to the Issues of the cam Andrews, Jr.,. J. M. Alvarez J. C. present. It also provides that commissioners campaign and will not attempt to are allowed to watch the i''

spread lunch, they assembled again paign. Robinson, R. Fi; Demorest, O. I C I shall be elected from expose the persons! or political count TI "\

idaHodgen outlined several party under the trees where the roll call "There is but one real issue in White J. M. Mitchell L. II. Hill, the county at large In all counties. I records of my opponents. My ca..e'. 'I, What power- have election officials

that might be dis this campaign and that is aeon-I ,I IK with the people, the taxpayers as to number and selection of "
plHform planks of the various clubs was followed E. S. Matthews, J. K. Corp lng. If the amendment In approved ,
cussed. Governmental economy I by a stunt by each club. Many omy," he told his hearers I W. K. Torode, L. D. Vinlng and O. I by the electorate In November ItI who are forced to' dig Into their watchers? (l '\ ,:
tariff on Florida )his: address. "As Individuals we are I I pockets to pay for the exorbitant The attorney jenernl'repllod:
protective I will become .
and a songs were sung. and a very fine L. Beasley. effective ImmediatelyIts '
vegetables and products all striving to reduce our personal. I coats of the government as forced "It Is my opinion, In view' of tho ',j, "
fruits carried out. Then all went mentioned provisions say/ that commissioners
program The last five ,
headed all the rest. I expenses down to our present in elected from the odd numbered | upon us by the professional 1)011.1 provisions of section 341 and sec j.c .
swimming again. with Mrs. L A. Davis, who also
held it will I when I am returned ticians. ,
convention i is come. propose 'Lion 8140, compiled !general lawn. : 4
tf a The value of such a pleasant day acted districts this year shall nerve
'since 1900 when W. S. to the executive mansionin as a captain were I "Florida needs a change from that there In no limitation upon $ ,
be the first cannot be over estimated, as I it in obtaining ten dollars or more four years while those elected from '
nominated for governor I Tallahassee to bring the cost of the political administrations of the the right of the public to witness r .
leanings ,was takes the children and the older Fund therebwinning I the even numbered' districts Hhall
each, Victory I
government down to within the on past two decades to a business administration the counting and canvass of ballots ,
from the dally tasks, star offered the serve for two years. In 1931 the ,
I people by
in the away of the people\ to a gold free from, ), I"
party ability pay. political entanglements by election Inspectors. Klectlon .
The Republican permits them to associate together I chairman of Democratic even district posts! will be filled for
will offer several candidates The former chief executive then general terms of four ," declared Mr. Hurt I Inspectors have no authority to t%
late which for one day, and gives them a committee. | years and then the
for office in the general! explained how It will be Impossible elections will be for fOIlyeartlOrms "Everyone .ngres that a change) I Is I deny any person the right to watch : ''V
Inspiration on life. Mrs. K .3 Matthews having
including .Wr' J. Howeyfor new to get additional revenue from the with odd district necessary, anti everyone, except a the count and canvass the ballots." !; '
largest commissioners
election, already has adopted real estate of the state. He said raised the sum of money: elected '' few professional poll' tic lan.s agree I Section 341 provides that "UUt ''F
governor containing, among others FLORIDA PERMITS the present taxations made Imperative was presented a Democratic donkey and even district one commissioners year the I' that a business mini, and a business! i, Inspectors and I clerk .shall. lmmed. 'HI" ,

a platform. endorsing prohibition.What because of too much costin by, th4. county colonel. next. administration Is the only way we lately proceed t to open the ballot \ t I
a plank BASS SHIPMENTS Mrs. Davln u!eImcs to thank nil
the Democratic government, had made property j cnn get our pxpenxoH and taxes" re i box anti In the presence of the public ,

reaction would show to Hodges FROM TilE STATE in Florida a liability Instead of 'an who helped In ;Any way to make Florida has. 07 counties, each duced." I If' there be any present! who I. 't'
candidates this a. success. and hope with five county commissioner' districts
to be seen. Over asset. He was repeatedly cheered campaign Mr. Hart continued aa follows: I: dent re to witness' said canvas, 1 t ,
remained I by a Democratic two even numbered districts ,
proposal will
however, there were Thero In No Cloned Season For during his talk whenever he mentioned we be..rewarded I am not going to make you a count the ballots. "
the week-end. this fall. and three odd numbered dis,
the convention. idea Anglers In Thin State economy in government and victory speech! for I am not an orator- Section 8140\ says: it, ,
indication tricts. If the constitution amendment .

discussed by some gubernatorial lower taxes. not even II lawyer' but just a plain I "Inspectors and managers at all
be Is In November '
candidates In speeches between Twenty-one states still allow the Former Governor Hardee took a LEGION1MEET: :'\ : : POSTPONED! approved business man and\ taxpayer like general and special elections anti' i '.1
:301 commissioners
county or 1
and the primary. sale of largemouth and small mouth definite stand upon any plan which you. And, for your good as well amine all regular' or special primaries ,
three from each will '
now to have the black bass over the market counter would place more or new taxes .,Due to the election next Tuesday county go I kindly ask you will you shall permit and allow at all time :;
proposed into office for four and 134 .
Hodges nominee for governor at a low price, In spite of the upon the shoulderj of the taxpaying the regular meeting of the years, give me your careful attention, as while the ballots are being counted .. ;
Democratic commltmloners two
in the convention. fact that these game fishes are public. He branded as bad government American Legion Post ami the county or this Is a serious matter as many as three persons to. be ,

participate would be about 296 representing estimated to be worth from'$2 to a plan which would come Auxiliary have been postponed one from terms.In each.county-. -will begin two- Government, under which we live sufficiently near to them to seato alt \

There county in the state.ntOP. $5 a pound to a state as a recreational I under the sales tax. He took his week, meeting on Tuesday, June year and for which we pay, protect our .. whether or not the ballots are

every attraction to anglers, says position, he said, because to place 14th. addition to changing the terms homes, educates< our children, 'and, being correctly read and called. ,< ,' f ,

IKmLINQ WILL a government bulletin just issued a sales tax upon merchandise - -'- of office of the commissioners and directs our businesses. And politics and the count of the votes correct* .

HEAD JASPER I SCHOOL! by the Bureau of Fisheries of the I would only place an additional burden Brood sows should be kept on: causing them all to be elected In which should be the science of ly tallied and any manager or Inspector :.

Department Commerce. While upon the man who is not In a grazing crops and fed shorts 'and county-wide rather than district government, has become so corrupt of an election who denies I '

to pay-the man with a elections, the constitutional amend* due to our negligence Indifference refuses this privilege to L..
Prof. S. S. Dowling received notice only seven states permit commercial position sklmmllk so that they will give a or any ,

this week of his appointment netting of black bass, legalized large family. good flow of milk. ment requires a redistricting of all and selfish Interest, that person shall be guilty of a misdemeanor '

as principal of the) Jasper High selling of the fishes Is .considered I "You have asked me for my commission districts In the state so the future existence Of our country and upon conviction ;

School, at Jasper succeeding Prof. an open'invitation to bass bootlegging [opinion on the states tax.and. I have as to make the districts In''each is In danger; And we shut our I shall be punished by A fine. of not ..';', ; '

Stephens, who had been there! seVeral activities and the illegal' riven it to you.- the Live Oak man Trilby .Wlthlachoochee river county as nearly equal In population yes, crying "I "don't know anything exceeding $500 or by Imprisonment it, \ I' ,

Jasper has "one of the expoitatlon of protected waters. said. "Try if you can to get the bridge north of here on state road as is possible.The about p..Ilt1t..lt. so dirty not exceeding six months." I

most years modern high school buildings Talbott Denmead In charge of man who now seeks the gubernatorial Nob'23 rapidly Bearing completion. proponed amendment to the I I won't have anything to do with I "

and who once served constitution was submitted to the ,
to be found In the state, and enforcing the federal black bass chair one of his" said the Live Oak candidate It. KKTIKRI I'OUCRMAN i,\ (
the state to answer the same question voters of the state .by the 1031 I wan It's home, \):
your your
friends of Mr. Dowling are law against illegal Interstate shipment "Yet he la going over the you LEE MtKKLL DIKM

gratulating him on being selected of the fishes, urged that the :. ." state claiming he paid off the Florida legislature. The question children's schools, your city and '
The frank manner in which the of approving or disapproving tbropo.ed state, that are repudiating. I
In i
for this states adopt more uniform laws you '
post.Succeeding bonds. Lee Harrell, 63 of 219 West SIx-:
amendment will not enter
candidate talked of the cost of government Business Administration vs. Political '
/: Prof. Dowling as this: respect, to protect themselves 'Former Governor Hardee' said teenth' !street a retired Jackllon'I'I
this month's state
primary t
and the ever mounting : Administration-Is my sub
principal of Bradford High School, as well as their neighbors. many of the miles of highway: elections It affect ville policeman, died In a Jackson- ',: ,
of admllnstration appeared to except as may Let first take the political
to cost ject. us
will come of the American Game succeed
Prof. Leon A. Gray which
which the governor vllle' hospital early Sunday.mornIng ,'
with the hearty approvalof nominations for office which maybe : administration have It,
weeks have met as we now
Starke the next few In commenting on the to hav.been .
during ed him Is claiming following an Illness of several ;
In the of their
fac those who listened to him. He doubled length and In doing so I want it clearly I
of his claim of C. C.
to assist In selection report, quoted the responsible for were started,idurlng days. l '
said time had arrived for lead terms should the amendment be understood that I am not attackIng -
ulty for the 1932-33 term. Prof. Woodward, game commissioner of the the Hardee term _-olflee, but fin Mr. Harrell was a native of II, \
favored In November. .
of Secretary of bass that i ers in the political and civic advancement your present or past governors,, ''Slarke \
Gray, a brother Florida, that "every ished by Martin. but moved to JackllonvlUei'
of the state to halt the of state or county of
of the the nor any your
State Gray was principal brings 20 cents a pound In the charges' that 25 years ago and nerved more than sj '
Perry High School during the past market is worth $9 a pound under building of political machines at former GovernonMartin had made NOTICE fice-holders. sling mud at no man.I 20 years on the police force there. IJ.i i ;:, .,
record as state the post of the taxpayers. He reviewed I have no past record- to brag aboutor '
year and has an enviable any lily pad In Florida. His administration to show that the Hard.. teitn
an Instructor in this state. allows the commercial catching of his he did >('*wity of My friends have just (informed explain// because I have never Uumitll Lodge Nc ,,120, F. and A. \\7 7I '

bass, although sports fishing Is recognized that while he was governor activities. Mr. lIar me' that It Is being reported that sought nor helfl a public office. But 101.. Palmetto Camp No. 3, W. O. .
1 not create jobs for the purpose of governmental had to offer, and my I.I
l Rf ES BUTTON'S ELECTION : ) to be.one of its largest be dee pointed to the- fact that all the Mr C. S. Laird Is to be appointed someone W., and the Jacksonville: Main .
to ,
machine And
COMMITTEEMANAccording and black bass building a political teacher In the Bradford frlonda said I was the man I ."
AS l paying industries between, Tallahassee and County Street Baptist Church. 4,
used In a race for the United States: bridges I: love state. Don't you ?
freshwater fish. High School. This Is absolutelyfalse my Ma, widow Mrs. '
jits most popular himself not Pensacola.-t with the exception of Government Under. Political I Surviving are ,
to Col. J. L. Frazee, Glen C. Leach chief of fish culture senate. He pledged one were built under his reign. He and the originator knows he Cost of Addle Harrell: one daughter, Mr. i

a personal friend of John B. Button I of the Bureau of Fisheries to: seek office while serving four as said the gasoline tax was put Into dare not give his authority for this AdministrationAs -As we now Ruth Vonderau, Jacksonville, two t I ,
the next have It, has resulted In enormous '
during I
candidate for Democratic Na estimated that the commercial governor effect while he was governor, that statement. It Is purely political Hlslem Mrs Annie Brooker, Wai ,:

tional Committeeman. Mr. Sutton. catch of bass In Maryland last years. school laws and appropriations and I ask all fair-minded citizens Increase and we now face the appalling do, and Mrs. Ida Weeks, Alachua; I

wilt be elected In the primary next:I year, which brought $2.800 for 14- The cost of the state government he submitted adequate for the comfort of the I to ask any person telling them this condition: that about $1.0O three brothers, W. W. Harrell ':
of Income
Tuesday by a large plurality. Re : 000 pounds was actually a loss of according to figures the unfortunate wards of the state I to give his authority. I have a out' of every $6.00 of our taxation Hrooker: J. W. Harrell and John O. p
144000.000 Into form
mounted to Ileiter some .
section He figuredthe from Supt. Inman of Taylor goes Harrell Lacrosse. '
ports! from practically every $37,400 to the state. made and executed. I ,
out of office were out of
of the state show a great Interest recreational value of this catchat first four years he was want to know l county, stating that C. 8. Laird and about one person every A brief funeral service was held! ,
with $" ,000.000 "My opponents the fund. '
being taken in Mr. Button's 40000. as compared "Well here, I has contracted for the same school seven, lives on public at 8:30: o'clock Monday morning at ,
what I did he asked 1 I
he served. He declared when How clone Is the day when we will '
candidacy, this interest being manifested i States allowing the commercial while entered the executive chambersof are some of the things I did not do.I he taught last year. Both Mr, and, live In huts and be driven by the 'the Seashole chapel Immediately. '
he first an Florida Tennessee he: /Mrs. Laird are holding the same following which the funeral cortege
from the time of baas are building in e ,
taking of the did not build a new
the state he found many whip of the tax collector
held last term. to New Hope .
nounced. North and South Carolina financially Tallahassee and modestly auk thatit ,: positions they proceeded .j

friends of Mr. Sutton say that Alabama, Georgia and Maryland. departments in a bad shape after and then left '1 Citizens.,: be not deceived by these Look at our state government church near' Brooker, where ser. i l
be named me
when he left Increase In the ,
but declared and note the rapid
with a Democrat in the White I All except Alabama have restrictions balances| it for some other administration I false rumors--probably many more vices. were held at 1 p. m., with, 9't
believed or to there were comfortable will be circulated before election last 11 years: the Rev Thomas Hansen, pastor t
House to season
and It Is generally either as to pay for. I..tlld not build another 1030 total disbursement, $f2.013..
that this is a Democratic year, the I water In all departments."A Is : state building' at Raiford and I day. of the Jacksonville: Main Street '
Office of National Committeeman I I States which allow the sale of former governor returned to Tallahasee now< leave it also tor another adminlsi Respectfully, 644 1919 94;, total dlsburlleml"ntO.c.> ," I IIl\ptlRt Church and the Rev. C, E. 1 J,

Will> be of great importance and the bass shipped In from other states, seeking to be ration to pay -f \
Is over the state pointing i 704 4Q); '
going onlcla -
committeeman will have strong Influence the sale of bass taken '' banks and borrow Norwood\ Baptist Church, .
but prohibit with pride to the fact that he paid to the Jacksonville --- -- I Increase In expenses. $36,408- .

greatly to the benefit of within their own borders, are Colorado off an old debt of $601,000" said $300,000 I and leave the defti I FOIISYTII,! VICTORIN .940.43.: Ing.The members\ of tho l

Florida; that it will therefore be Delaware, Indiana Kansas, former Governor '''Hardee. "He i another administration to pay IIAUOEN BOUT f My God'! Where has the money following
Police Department m'
We) for Florida to have In that Massachusetts, Missouri, New believe that all the I for. I did not borrow a similar ? Our political governors needto Jacksonville .
would have you gone Lieut. W E.
Place a man of the stamina. Integ- Mexico, North Dakota Oregon, who went before him' amount from the banks of Tampa Gainesville May 31. Vasco explain But it don't help the acted an pallbearers: ,,

"tv; and ability which John Sutton Rhode Island, South Dakota,.Utah, were governors so Ignorant as to not be'I and leave the notes unpaid and I Forsyth of Starke added another poor taxpayer, whe about 65 percent Henry Knight,Moore J. S. ,Meads W. J., R.Tipton L. Wood.and 't 7, ,

se admirably possesses. West Virginia and Wyoming.Florida the debt did not find it necessary to go Into his list last he estate In from
aware of the fact that I victory to night as of real dropped W. K. Minor, The interment services ,.i,
Alabama \ ,
South Florida Democrats say South Carolina, was held against the state." the sacred school funds for money scored a decision over Lolllo Harden the tax roll, leaving 45 per cent to under direction of Albert -

tha In all fairness this Important Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas The former chief of the state! with which to replenish the gen- the Polk City Wonder, la aandfought pay It all. And now we are told I I J.were Russell Lodge No. 120, K.land ; # ,i'

<--niie, should this year be awarded Okaloham Kansas and Artoona then asked to be permitted to tell r feral revenue fund, and I did not 10 round battle at the about 12,000,000 acres of land has M.

to South Florida, as North and have DO closed season on the the facts in the case. He said that leave'the state owing nearly $3- City Club arena.Although reverted to the state. What will' A milaif 1 s
"e't Florida have held the post of baaa by anglers. \ children's children I II '
taking the bonds were held In the state 000,000 my Forsyth was credited we do with ItBuy votes? '

lni a great number of years. It Is I,i school funds and were not due He I and everyone else's children's with seven of the rounds Harden 1931: legislature! relief program St. Augustlne.Local Elks considering '
nr>v South Florida's time and they ANIMAL: CRACKER f will have to "" I I purchase of new home. r I
CLl'BA declared that while In office he children pay. gave him plenty of rugged competition gave us: .
CIRCUS AT F. A. Currie
exptct: North and West Florida address here the form- West 1'alm Beach ;
along with others in the statehouse | After his : throughout the fray. The le per gallon Increase on gasoline '

umocrat. : to Join with them In '- conceived the Idea that it:' governor/ ald reports from all Polk City Wonder opened up In now 7c the highest In the opened law office In Guaranty f ,

Sit' ting John B. Sutton because he real treat U assured Monday would be excellent governmentalbusiness sections of the mate.. Indicated that I the third to win that round but country. I building Ih
Woman'sClub. -
na' -)>een active for the party and i night, June 6th at the will participate if Florida could retire the his candidacy was daily gaining I expended a great deal of his energy 33 1-3 percent Increase on automobile .-....................... 1
I J of honor to which hea [ 75 local children said In Tallahassee
rthy the bonds before they became due. ground. He i In doing so. Two of' the tagsjCorporation .'
> -es In the Animal Cracker With that thought In mind the Tuesday night he was given the I rounds were declared draws. tax, $10.00 to $1000.() NKU1KK I AX YE) '
director of the big aTmc.tTI'roon'r
Madame Currier declared permission was greatest ovation of the campaign. Fans wh came to nee a real Intangible tax, 2 percent' on AM

MOLLIE NELSON > top event. Boys and girls of the speaker In Thousand of flowers were showered I lugging match were not disappointed notes and account receivable 1-10 '
I|I have shown a keen delight in granted by the state legislature of the city high Atlanta, May 30. The ,
city I sinkIng upon the state as both boxers fought fasted mill on cash.Documentary. I
clown and feature 1921 for the state to create a state bureau of vitalstatl.tlcs '
animal state
Mallle Nels< n. D4. passed training for from Interest on state school auditorium. i furiously. Both hit hard and : stamp tax, lOc on 'i
*1 at her home May I roles. It will be one of tbrlllsand fund toflay received a .
near I When the fund reached Just before reaching Starke he both took plenty of punishment. each $100. mm4
*:f with heart trouble. Mrs. ,I the entertalnmen, a big laughshow. the money.' amount of the outstanding received a telegram from Ed Lam- I Forsyth used his favorite left but It took 100 days to work out copy of a birth certificate Issued -

;s )n daughter of Andrew and ; Madame bonds, then it would become the bright, editor of the Tampa Tribune mingled a number of rights with : these new and additional taxes. and to Charles Clark negro ,

; ie King of Lawtey was marc I Come and bring the family.similar- duty of the state treasurer to draw In which the leading journalist hl Is delivery while Harden employed cost the taxpayer about $300,()()() farmer of Walker county on '

c 1909 to Mr. O. T. Nelson. Currier is staging time a check against the sinking fund of the state openly and without a right uppercut and straight and required a large number of the birth of a son, Hoover ,
: Joined the Methodist church shows everywhere. big is and destroy the bonds. This WILldone. limitation expressed his opinIon rights effectively. stenographers at $30O per day. Depression Clark.
J $ axton TIle Woman's Club The father I I. 60 years otj&e
seventeen years ago. promised. would the How business men were
according to former Governor that Hardee sweep many
P>* show. anti the Is the twelfth t
funeral the son
W B was In charge of Mr. sponsoring Hardee, about a year after hU state in the first primary.Gov. Tampa Holyrood Temple of there?
Hi: Christy of the Methodisturch New sign installed onlawn successor went Into office. Hardee spoke In Gainesville Holyrood: Lodge No. 237, F A A.M Why These Conditions T Politics child.1 iE'

'at Crosby at Lawtey.cemetery near Interment Starke.wa. Eustis of Baptist- church recently. "It took four of my years and Wednesday night. I., dedicated. ;: (Continued on page four.) ........................



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Messrs. S. N. Johns and Frank Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thompson and: and Mrs. J. E. Norman last week. Mr. G. L. Kersey was visitingMr. children were visiting Mr. and Mrs
'1 Morrltt were business visitors in children and Miss Mamie Thompson Mrs. W. W. Sikes and daughter J. W. Woods of Ralford Saturday Sam Norman Sunday afternoon.
SANDY LANE ;i itarke Friday. attended the funeral of their' of r
Lawtey, are spending a while Misses Beadle, Geneva and Ber- MILLER ,
j Mir Lorenr Green Cor. i I Among those who were transacting aunt, Mrs Charle Harrington of here with her aunt, Mrs. H. M. Mrs. J. L. Bagwell and Mrs. O. lice Gaskins were the guests of
+ business in Starke Batur- Jacksonville Sunday. 'II I McRae. L. Brown attended church at Sax- Misses Pauline and Juanita Rosier I !t.lM. Ellen niackwtlrirr.' Tor (

i Jay were: Mr. and Mrs. F.. L. Kel- Mr. Lennard Norman of Highland Mr. Newn Burnsy of Heilbrona ton Sunday morning. Sunday.Mr. .

1 Card of Thanks. I I I'y, Messrs. D. W. Kelly, Hermie spent Saturday night herewith I I was visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. Crawford Miss Lois Judd called on. Miss and Mrs. Everett Futch at- There
P We desire to express our heart- .telly: G. W. Andrews, M. J. Sapp his brother, Mr. L. J. Norman. |I Sunday. Boots Brown Sunday. tended the funeral of his aunt, that attended was quite a large crow i

felt thanks to our many friends 1 Mrs McGinn, Mrs. J. L. Johns ano Quite a large crowd from here Mr and Mrs. J. W. McRae and We were all sorry to hear of the which was held at her home in Grove church a last conference at O..ic
who so kindly assisted us In any j I I3I' |I laughter Essie. attended the political speaking at 'Mr and Mrs. Dock Edwards, were death of Mrs. O. T. Nelson which Jacksonville Sunday afternoon.Mr. Sunday and I t''..

way during our illness. Especially Mr. Willie Williams of Jacksonville Woodlawn last Tuesday night. visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc occurred at her home Thursday: and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and meeting Mrs. Sallie was enjoyed very much
do we thank those who came In spent the week-end with rela- Mrs. J. L. Gaskins attended the Rae Thursday night. night. children were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Blackwelder is span _
& '' ing a few
b and worked out our crops. I .Ives and friends.Mr. funeral of Mrs. O. T. Nelson at' Mr. and Mrs. Walter Underhill C. A. Pringle Saturday.ROSEDALE. days over In Brook r
1 section
Mr and Mrs. Leroy Norman. I Norman Wiggins and sister, Crosby cemetery Saturday. i!were visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. J. with her son, Mr. Willi.,1>1
Mr and Mrs. Tullle\ Norman Alias Jewell Wiggins, who have positions Mrs. L. M. Murrhee and daugh- McRae'' of Crosby Lake Sunday. .
yl There was a large crowd who at- in Jacksonville spent the ters, Ruth and Mrs. Peter March, j Mr. and Mrs. Earney Norman EVERGREEN A. V. Blackwelder is ?+ :(

tended church Friday night at the week-end at home with relatives were visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. Rho- 'and children of Gainesville were !t.... F. A. Roller Cur. at this writing. We all wish hm+ !
1 home of Mr. and Mrs. Kersey. Ev1 i 1 ind friendsMrs. den at Hellbronn Sunday after- 'visiting relatives here Sunday. a speedy recovery.

t g eryoce enjoyed the sermon delivered : J. L. Johns and daughter, noon.MR Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Neal and ch'il- Mir Lnrllle GjlrrU.' Cor. Mr. H. a. Crawford atten<",',I

by Elder E. N. Anderson. ; Essie, atten'led'the 4-H Club picnic and Mrs. S. H. Thompson, i, dren, Mrs. C. H. Neal and Mr. C. R. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Saunders and church at Midway church last Sun.

Miss Dorothy Lee Johns of at Hampton Beach Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Mancy Thompsonand Neal all of Gainesville Mr. and children and Mrs. Maggie Forsythof Mr. and Mrs. Brooksey Grlffts 1 day.Mr.
'r Starke spent Wednesday night afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Sebe Harris of Mrs. T. K. Stokes and children of Jacksonville, were visiting relatives and daughter Bernece of Jacksonville and Mrs. J. B. Hancock and I

with Lucille Green. Misses Amy Renfroe and Hazel Woodlawn, were the guests of Mr. j I Baldwin, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. here Sunday. I were visiting Mr. and Mrs.R. children spent the night In Suwm-!
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Green of : Turner were visiting In Lake But and Mrs. I. B. Thompson Sunday. ''H. M. McRae Sunday.DOUBLE I B. E. Rosier and mother and I C. Grlffls last Wednesday.Mr. nee county with their daughter.,

Jacksonville spent Sunday here ,ler( and Lake City Saturday after. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pringle and S.__ Caulle Register were visiting Mr. Fred Williams of Jacksonville Mrs. Erlle Donaldson last Satin

L4 with relatives. noon. family of Maxvllle, were the guests and Mrs James Rosier Sunday af- was visiting Mr. and Mrs.R. day night.
1 Mrs. Mamie Johns and daughters Among those who attended the of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Chesser I RUN ternoon. I C. Grlffis Friday. Mr. Spence Dicks spent the
; night
Mrs. Jeannette Alvarez Marian Sunday. 'i J. M. Rosier of Woodlawn with Mr.
convention at the Long Bridge spent Misses Lucille Griffis, Mamie Gordon Holton last SHI
,; Abraham and children Tommy and Christian church Sunday were: Mr. C. E. Crawford and Louie |I :Ml** Iloota Ilr mi, ('...r.I' Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. R. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. urday night.:

k 4 Jeannette, of Lacoocheo, Mrs. ( Judge A. Z. Adklns, Mrs. Henry Murrhee were visiting in Lawtey |I S. Rosier. Thompson, Mr, and Mrs. Troy Ben- Mr. Dennis Roberts Is .
Pearlle Creen and children, were j Adklns, Judge G. A. Gardiner Mr. Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crews spent' nett, Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Norman new home In Worthington buildmy
the guests of Mrs. Ida Sweat Sun- Oscar Andreu, Rev. Daughertyand Church will be held at the Brush I Sunday at the state farm. Mr. Buck Griffis, Mr. Leonard Spring

.j' day. Mr. Coleman.A I Arbor next Sunday morning by Mrs. J. Q. Rosier and children Norman, Mr. R. C. Griffis all at- Jacksonville Moharrum Ton

t Mr and Mrs. W. R. Kersey, Mrs. large crowd from Lake Butler SAXTON Rev. Sellers of Jacksonville. Every- were visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. B.. tended the funeral of Mr. R. C.Grlftls' pie No. 119 D. O. K. formally\ '
and Elder E. N. body Is Invited
Parmenter I to attend.
t ; Lizzie Hampton and other places at- Rosier near Lawtey Sunday. sister Mrs. C. C. Harlngton icated new quarters at East F-, ,
In Miss June Cor. Mr. Luther
attended Tyler, Woods
Anderson, all tended the convention at Long was visiting J. H. Reynolds spent Sunday at Jacksonville Sunday.Mrs. syth street.

Baker county Saturday: and Sun- Bridge Sunday. All reported a I Mr. G. L. Kersey Saturday, morn- night here with Mr. and Mrs. R. S. G..,D. Wilkerson and chil- Panama City Burton Cia, >".,
i day. nice time. Rev. delivered ing.Little dren were visiting Mrs. L. Grose
Daugherty Miss
Lillian _
and, L. Mrs. W. R. Swanbom the i Leslie Kilpatrid
Mr., Bascom Williams was Kersey of this section Louise and Clarice
a Rosier near ,
d r the morning service, which was spent Saturday night. Store.
Crawford Miss Josephine Green guest of Mrs. A. C. Sumner Wednesday has a badly broken arm. We Sunday with Lorene Rosier at Miss Mary Wilkerson
enjoyed by all. spent Sat-
and Susie Wells attended the dance afternoon. jl wish him a speedy recovery.Mr. Woodlawn.Mr. Fort Pierce Preliminary w", k
urday night with Mrs.
The convention bad the honor of L. Grose
'w at Lake Geneva Saturday night. Mr. Arthur Swanbom was visitIng Harry Edwards was the and Mrs. Cohen Peele were near Lawtey. started on yacht basin pro.jp.-t. +

: ; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johns and celebrating eighth birthday Mr. Coleman's with him seventy-. Elbert Tyler Tuesday.Mrs. guest of Miss Lois Judd Saturday visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Peele -+- sponsored by local yacht club
+ly family were the guests of Mr and Sunday.We D. Judd of Double Run was night. Sunday.Mr. Tallahassee-State road depart
Sunday. were all glad to have the eld- the of Mrs. W. A. Mon- We are to If you want to get the most out ment
Mrs. J. A. Harnage guest Tyler sorry report that Mrs and Mrs. Bryant recently opened bids on foUl
Mr. Cheatham Peele was the erly gentleman to be with us and ,day afternoon. Minnie Bryan Is sick this week. We and daughter, of the state Redding farm of your dollar read the ads. Any construction projects calling ro
the '
c guest of Miss Louise Sapp Wednesday enjoy day. Mr. A. C. Sumner went on a business all hope she_will soon recovery. i spent the week-end here worth while bargains are always culverts on Road 4 in Duval counts
Mrs. C. M. Mrs. Ira his
4N McKinney trip to Jacksonville Miss Willie Johns advertised Starke Telegraph.Don't Tampa-Mrs.
nglht. Friday. called on Miss mother Mrs. H. F. Redding.Mr. Minna H. Dennis
Wilson, Mrs. Lula Slade and Mr.
Miss Alice Edwards was the Miss Freda and Boots Brown of Inez Bryan Sunday. and Mrs. J. E. Rosier overlook the political ads.- purchased Beach Park water sv .
Larry McKinney of Starke and Crestvlew
w, i1 guest of Lizzie Harnage Sunday were Double Run attended church at -" Messenger tem.
the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
afternoon. Saxton Sunday morning.
i Miss Elise Edwards spent Saturday C. J. Thomas Sunday. Mr. Winton was the guest ,of I
Mr. M. L. Johns iII
J r r4 I night and Sunday with Mrs. business in Starke was transacting one day- Arthur Swanbom Sunday after-
Tate Alvarez. noon. 1
last week.
Miss Pauline Johns was the .... Mr. Buck Starling of Hellbronn I
guest of Miss Lizzie Harnage Sunday Springs attended church at Sax.

ton Sunday. VOTE for HARDEE and I

r r "Hiss Lizzie Harnage spent Mon-and 1 GREENWOOD I Miss Viola Tyler and Crockett ECONOMYI
day afternoon with Pauline Sumner attended church at Saxton I,

fi Lorene Green. I :Minn liiininllil: I I'rlnnl, Cur: Sunday. '
fi+ Mr Bill Reddish and Enoch Kel Mrs. W. R. Swanbom attended
ly are Buffering painfully from a church at Saxton Sunday night. ;

j car wreak which happened Saturday ,, Mr. Walter Lee of Wildwood Mils Jean Tyler and Russell An ounce of Performance is worth
night. I' Misses Aleene and Lorraine Rosierof Bryan attended church at Saxton '
f I'
All the farmers of our section Woodlawn were visiting their Sunday. '
i'o-af i are'' very thankful for the light cousins Misses Evelyn Moseleyand Miss Carrie llarrell attended '. more than tons of Promises- When

showers of last week, which has., Emmalyne Pringle Saturday church at Saxton Sunday night.
{* ,'3 i been a great benefit to the crops. night. Mr. H. D. Tyler Is pretty sick d
} &}. We are glad to report that Mr. Mr. and Mrs R. S. Rosier and at this writing. I I g Hardee was Governor) before he

,t'. Jeff Norman's family are recoverIng '1 I Mr. J. S. Sapp were the guests of We are sorry to hear of the ,

ii >{ from the flu and pneumoniafor Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pringle Sat- death of Mrs. O. T. Nelson. She I p

the past four weeks.BROOKER. urday afternoon. died Thursday night at 11:30: and I i Q PERFORMED economy in the management -
i i Mr. Claude Gnann has returned was burled at Crosby Lake ceme
: to his home in Sanford after spend- tery.

P | Ing a while here with his cousins, of our State Government.
'' j Mr. Karl: and St. Clair Moseley. .
Mrs. C. A. Pringle and son St. laerl -.... '..e+.

IM ,.... tinnier, ('or. I Clair Marie,and spent, little Friday daughter in ,Orange Clara BOA TDRAIN The record of performance is what

I .
Park. Mr Sul < |'" "" L
$ 1', Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Galney. Mr. I'I -
Little J. C. Pringle has returnedto _
and Mrs. R. M. Gainey, Mrs. A. J. counts. '
his home after spending a weekIn
.h; Plnholttter and\ daughter; Lubedia Miss Cherry Harrell spent Wed-
Russell with his sister Mrs. R.
were visiting\ friends and relatives I 1, nesday afternoon with her sister

Il t, ? in Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs. Sunday.Clyde Crews ofJae ',: ley Messrs.Lee.were visiting Kay ipnd In St.Sanford Clair Mono Saturday Mrs.Mr.Callie and Gainey.Mrs. W. S. Johns of A:Eew Comparisons in the Cost of State Government

Ralford, were the guests of Mrs. 'I Jacksonville spent Thursday nightin
with their cousin, Mr. Claude
', J. J. Morgan here Sunday.T. I Starke with Mr. and Mrs C. C. .
Gnann. .
B. I'inholster and G. E. Me- 1 I' Johns and family.

E Gauley attended the Fifth" Sunday I t Mr.to Cheatham Ft. Bennjng.Peele. has Ga.,returned after- Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Richey of (Figures from State Comptroller's Report.)
L Q1aetlnf at Wateroak church Sun- 1 !Gainesville has been spending a few
.4 I, "
a while with his moths
spending ,
days with Miss Evle Woodard and
day. Cost of Governor's Office and Mansion, year
e lltigan Smith and -children oi JMrs.I : Sapp. I father with return to their home I .
the of[ Mrs. C. A. Pringle and daughter I Saturday afternoon. 1924, under Hardee's Administration __ __ _$24,574.09 'I i '

rv(M,, Mr.Sampson and Mrs.City L.were Morgan guests Sunday. I'i and Emmalyne Mr. Walter, :alias lee Aleene attended Ros'ler I Mr. J. M. Rosier of Evergreen I Cost of Governor's Office and Mansion, year .

II. P, Galney, L. A, Brown and I' :was !a vIsitor| In Starke Saturday '
I E. H. Clemons were attending to Church at Russell Sunday. I afternoon I'I'I I., 1928, under. Martin's administration __ 54,479.49
Among those from here attending I
a business In Starke Monday I Mr. Halt of Jacksonville was attending I
Mr. Lee Harrell died at his homein the funeral of Mrs. Lover Williams I to business in Starke Sat-
H' Jacksonville Sunday morning.He ( at Jacksonville Sunday were: urday. Martin's excess over Hardee ___ _:_ $29,923.40
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Futch. Mr and
.Dr. Gill visited James
laid to rest at New Hope Donnelly
cemetery was Monday afternoon. l I Mrs. Lesslle McClellan and little Sunday morning.We Cost of Motor Vehicle and Auto Theft Department -
I ; Mr. and Mrs. A. J. and I
I j son Bobby are all to hear that
Mrs A. J. Plnholster Is visiting sorry 1924 under Hardee administration I
Nathan Starling and children, Mr. year ,
i' her sister, Mrs. C. M. Andrews in Mrs. Lillie Coleman is sick, but !
Jacksonville who Is very 111. and Mrs. Allen Nolan. hope she will be better soon. __ __ ___'I __-_.: ___$162,519.06
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott and Mr. Kay Pringle and St. Clair Mrs. L. Boree of Penney Farms, I Cost of Motor Vehicle and Auto Theft Department -
Moseley spent Sunday at Daytona
children attended church services spent Saturday night with Marlon I
at Long Bridge Sunday. Beach. Glisson and family of Starke. .. year 1928, under Martin adS -
I Mr. and Mrs. A. B. t!' !
were Miss Harrell J\
Cherry Sat-
The farmers around here are almost spent i ministration .. .. $474,364.53Martin's
in Starke
) through gathering cucum- Monday urday night with Miss Maggie r' --- -- _; --- -- --
L Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pringle and
Donnelly of Klngaley Lake.
bers. Because of weather conditions ,
little profit was realized from children were visiting in Brjteevllle MrT. B. Donnelly and' Mr. R. -
them. Tuesday L. GlIsHon visited Dr. Gill Sunday. excess over Hardee $311,845.47 I
Rev. G. E. McGauley will fill his Mrs. Chase spent Saturday nightat I '
regular appointment at Dedan Saturday Kingsley Lake with Mr. and ] Cost of Auditing Department; ; year 1924, :

and Sunday. I BOOTSEY'S BEACH Mrs. C. B. Johns. V| f-' under Hardee administration $15,579.02
Mr. ---------- >
and MM.
Harley Lee of Tampa I
-. i, IM Uaaklnft. Cor. Is spending a few days with his I i; Cost of Auditing Department, year 1928, I

1 NEW RIVER I brother Miss in Maggie Starke. Donnelly. Miss under Martin administration. __ __ __ _____ $64,82149.. ; :
: I i Mr. and Mrs. Darby Gaaklns and Cherry Harrell. Mr. R. L. Glisson I t'i' I'i 1

>(!'. R. U s.en, Cor. baby daughter, of Hellbronn, spent and Mr. Edmund Donnelly visited ',( I :

I the week-end here the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cal Glisson and fam- Martin's excess over Hardee __ ___ _. __ __ ._ $49,242.47 !
their mother Mrs-Jean Gaskins. ily Sunday afternoon.
Carroll-Crews Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawfordand I ,
Lola and Mr. J. E.
'' Crews Miss were qultely Carroll married at the I Miss church Frankie at Lou Pleasant Murrhee! Grove attended The saving to tax payers for one year in these three departments alone under :

home of the bride Thursday night I ir Saturday and Sunday and were the RISING w I Itlr. the Hardee administration amounted to $391,011.34. Is anything more need II:

May large 19th.host The of young friends couple who havea wish Ing guests Saturday of Mr. and night.Mrs. Jack Dowl- : .. II. M. !Mrlla.. Cor. 1 I ed to show that PERFORMANCE is b etter than Promises? I i'I
them a long and happy married Mr. G. H. Bennett of Starke was I

s life. The ceremony was performed vetting the voters here Monday In Mrs. F. L. Conner. Mr. and

_ ",,; of by a Rev.large McGuire number In of the friends presence and board behalf member of his candidacy of this district.for school W.tey R.were Wood visiting and children relatives of Law-Mrs.here I I I Hardee Pledges: Co-ordination of state departments; elimination of unnecessary : I

c relatives. Mrs. J. L. Gaskins was visitingMr. Thursday. [ government expense! ; support of common schools to the limit; strengthening of '
Browal-Ilodges and Mrs. A. J. Thomas at Mrs. G. W. Burney of Starke |
+ Mrs., Truby Brown and Mr. Starke Saturday. spent Thursday and Friday with banking laws; restoration of values to homes, businesses and lands; equitable distribution -
Stanley Hodges were united In Mrs. Peter March of Sarasota Is her daughter Mrs. L. Crawford. "

r o marriage Thursday night. The spending several days here the Mr. and Mrs. F. M. White were of tax burden; stopping reckless creation of money-spending agencies.Paid .
ceremony was performed by Rev. guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs.L. guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Mc- i
r C. C. Butler In the presence of a .. M. Murrhee. Rae of Crosby Lake Sunday after
few friends and relatives. EVeryone Mr and Mrs. Ancll Thompson!

wishes them a long and happy and son, Kenneth. Mr. and Mrs. L. noon.Mr.. Robert Norman of Lake Political Adm

: married life. J. Norman and daughter, Cleo, and Wales was visiting his parents, :Mr;A i -- -

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TRn .U'.. 7CNE'. 1933 BRADFORD COUN'i'Y TELEGR.\rn. ST.\RKF.. FLORID.\ ....- PAGE TFiRI'Y: I
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I Tallahassee Forty -six of the, Jacksonville The final week Hunter The Time is /fere
95 members of the 1931 Florida i of campaigning before the Demo j Mr and Mrn Clyde Kelley and 1 I' .! I

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs hrnl ie of representative will seek erotic primaries tune 7 finds all FIVE MILE son of I acroHse. Mr and Mrs J. YOU Must Dcc'leffVOTE

reelection In this year a primary ,r.imlkl/ite/ running "it'tnI' speed. Mr*. I'. !'. l.rM<-. ....... :; Howard and son, of [Fairbanks t. ,+
I j UK! general celction "' Itli many muking tour and five tipent Sunday here with their parents n'SKLYTuesday

tllTeieiit appearances In 1& ulngUuuy Mr find Mrs J E H Kelley J'

Hastings The Hastings potato. The gubernatoi 'i''ce: has J. W Gainey and J. P. Dekh Mr and Mrs. T. D. Uyal and! '

[ LIVE STATE NEWS I II season Is about over for the year I centered (Jn this city recently. Fourcf pent the weekend here returningto children, spent Sunday at Qrahuni !
Less than 2,000 cars of "spuds' the candidates claim Jacksonville Jacksonville Tuesday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs \NI CLFI'TFranklin : '1

were shipped this season as com as their home. They are Caldwell Mr and Mrs P. p. Dekle attended O. W. DyalMr )

pared with twice that number last Hart. Martin and Durrance. the services at Little Kastim. Mann Miss Mamie 0. King ,

year. --- Springs church Saturday and Sun Groover. Mlati. Klvie Mann and Mr I '

I TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES _' Jacksonville Florida's lim.32 day. fred Shaw were vlHitlng at the r '

Secretary of State R. A. Gray Mr and Mrs. R K. PnrrUh hadas home of Mr and Mrs J W Lewis ; i!
-. ., -,.. .. LO J _._. -.. --. estimates vegetable and frijit crop is valuedat
. that approximately 300,-(I $68,000,000 according to an announcement guests Sunday Air and Airs I last Sunday afternoon. jSr I
'llc\ulOI1vtlle-The Duval counts from Cuba, Florida,, Georgia and 000 votes will be cast In Florida. of the stale marketing I II Rowan Alderman, Mr and Mrs. Mr. 1.. O and Johnnie Lewis and '

'' \ today was ordered Alabama. June 7. Exact figures are not! bureau.I I The year's total rtpreMenttt Lacey Douglass of Lake Butler and slater, Luta, were vlHitlng Mitts s i

. ,mmissioners.Republican &8 well [IJpemocraUc available. Poll tax payments toj approximately 115,000 carloads Mr and Mrs. James Goodge and (Ruby Shaw last Sunday j'i

t""? appoint inspectors for various Pahokee Thieves who put date are estimated at 250,000 with ( of Florida' grown produce. children of New River\ i Mrs. Truby Dyal and daughter ,

precincts in the forthcom- chickens to sleep and then carryout ; registration figures reaching 325: Citrus fruits reached a volume of Cecil DiMiglntis. of Brooker visIted I Louise, of Waldo\ wore visiting at

v'llng' and I general elections. wholesale loots of hen house: 000. :20,500.000! : boxer, valued at slightly Mr. and Mm. M. P. Dekle Sun the home of Mr and Mrs, T D.I

,nr primary without a cackle being heard an over 37 million l one day this. week i

.kaonviile Bond totaling sought by Chief of Police F. L. JlI.cksonvllle---John M. Bryant, \ M Perry Phillips, Mr and Mrs. M. P. Dakle 1.11'.1 Mr and Mrs Sam Aloft worn vln-. I 1 'I F ',
fixed here today with Harrison. Within the past ten 58, of Green Cove Springs, died in U, district engineer for the state and Mrs P P. Dekle and Huns. I (ting Mr and Mrs S L Prencotttut l'I

,:, {).000\\lne was of 11 additional charges days, he said, householders have a hospital here today from a bullet i'road department died here today Ort>r. and Klrke attended the poitical Sunday f I 1 i

till and uttering forgery, been awakening every morning to wound received last night when he of injuries received Thursday+ when speaking Worthington Mr. and Mrll.V. Reynold l 1,

, forgery Richard reputed find their premises strewn with was shot by a negro. The negro his automobile skidded off the Thursday of last week.K. and children of tlrnham spent Nom i 1j''

.+pa+nat of a B pill of swindlers heads of their chickens. Many escaped, and has not been captured., Lake City Mghwiiy and struck a P and J. P. Dekle were attending dny here with their parents Mr! I iy'.
n tuber Almours Securities hundreds of fowls have been be Police said the negro attempted to telephone polo His widow and to business in Lake Duller and Mr*. J. U Thomas J

?'u", fleeced of $70.000.lallahasaeeSecretary. headed noiselessly and carried off! rob Bryant before shooting him. other relatives surviveRA1FOR1). Saturday. Mr. Henry Shaw was attending /" I;Y i

H out and only one clew has been found. I -- ----+ --- O. P Dekle anti (toward Gnlney to buxtncHH In JitckHimvllIe Ural '' l. i itvb

of StateIi That was a can containing some Bradenton Anna Mae Gill- were shopping in Worthington weekMr. t I.
announced that kind of chemical which Chief Harrison more was dressing a chicken for Sf+unlay Truman Pulnier of Fair
A Gray today with his discovered in one of the dinner at her home at Oneco when James Piirrl,h of Brooker was bnnks Is Hpcnding n while here

. xndidateswho qualified elections paid plundered hen houses. Chief Har she decided to open the fowl's crop. the wrek-end guest of his brothers, Mr. and Mrs. John Shaw and ,

.,fflce+ for this$15,57480 years in fees. He rison suspects that such cans of Inside. was a full length sewing Ked Keree, Cor. i iI I R E. and ,..... L. ParrlnhMr roux, Mr null Mr Hiuley, Shaw rr '.

me state spent chemicals were used by the marauders needle. The chicken apparentlywas and Mis. Robert Green lire npont lust Sunday al the home of '1.
Uded that the candidates chickens in good health when killed and .1 Mr. and Mrs Tim Mann. i I State Commissioner
advertising In the official to anesthetise the 1 Avery G. Powell of Jacksonville\ the proud patents of if little daughter ;
S2740 : the crop had not been punctured. 23. Mr. and Mm. PV. Lewln of t '
n his of- before their slaughter. born May
In Kaiford
booklet Issued by was Tuesday calling on
. amps i great Jucktumvlllo. ]Mr and Mrs. J. ODennlsnn .
excitement prevailed/ In
state law. St. j I I ,
of lends.
tT. authority Petersburg- Dorothy Duna- of Agriculture
, under became and of
our section Thursday when it i runs Midway }
Jacksonville -- The Better Government way of Macon, Ga. was drownedIn Mr. and Airs Jesnle Thames
Mr. and 1 W. '
known that San Thomas bit x I. Dyal and t
TwoexPloalone civic the Gulf of Mexico here Lulu, were visiting Mr and Mrs
today Association, a organ today.A
Tampa I was forcibly taken from his home daughter. Mnrlon Lee, of Graham .\ iHinlneNM man fur u l>u.lni..i" job ;
houses in West Tampa ization here reported today it had two hour attempt to revive her C. J Manning of Kaiford Htinday i :
tour Sundry here with their -
wrecked and upent
Wednesday night severely piirtnta
a suburb fire department officials found approximately 3,000 illegal after ells was taken from the wa Miss Ruby Llghtey and Mist beaten by four masked men. It Is Mr and Mrs J. W. Liwin.Kev During alt| yenta' IrglNlutlv, arrvier ,
demolished registrations on the voting lists of ter was unsuccessful. The girl was Mildred Lesley, returned to their
said. The first stated threats of a similar t teatmen Anderson of Hrooker, wasa Srn. King HUM ulwny voted '
two story building and damaged this county. J. J. Logan, secre- vlHiting in Tampa with her mother, home In Pinetta after upending I! t of other citizens were made dinner guest of Mr. and 1 Mrs. J. and fought for I ho iigrlrulturnl In- ; "
The second tary, said a crew of volunteer and came here for the day at the several days as the guests of Mrs. "
homes. 11'r'xlxf .
H. lattt Kliirldii.Illn
adjoining Kelley Sunduy t
the two Mills by these turn A clue has been .r
sister.Miss !
beach. D. C Sweat, Llghtey's\ ?
down another checkers had located more than 500fraudulent
explosion knocked found and the perpetrators, whenppreh'ndell. Mr. and Mr. Malcoloi; Hunter of .
returnedto llrnt di-Hiiriitlfiii '
registrations in one \ Doris blunts has In (IhlM ..am'j'j i 1'
short distance away. Hague were visit In nectlun ,
house a will be dealt with accordingly ing- "
were vacant. Fire ward alone. In another precinct,, West Palm BeachA woman her home here after spending Monday pa I Kit ours ulll fiiforr l I'I'Itr..n
The buildings he said the checkers found who thought to prevent a several weeks In Tampa visiting fruit tunMTIIO1T. KKAIt '
J. Jones said gasolinewas registrations holdupas Mr J. W. l.ewl04 and L. O,
Marshal A. Mrs. P. P. Deklo and mm, Kh ke, son. "
she wielded Mr. and Mrs J G. Jones, MissMoore's 111' 1"\\ ole. Ho. nil* ri-x> "t"(1 andempliiiNlnl
added by who live in a shotgun almost 1
both blasts fire persons were attending to buxIneiM In
used in spent Tuesday In Luke Butler 1
Jones said the ex Nassau county, adjoining Duval \ allowed an escaped prisoner to get aunt.J. J. Starke Tuesday It throughout 110IIKMIIIN I+ ,
N. Is hilt
damage. Gainey visiting
the nephew
cc.< B. Reeder tie and lumber Inspector It.I'Yiinkllii. ,
clues. county. Ninety suspicious names away. She saw two men attemptIng .... ... ;
wiped out any Ben F. Gainey this week -- -- -- -- .t
plosions .
discovered In still another to overpower Clarence Shut- for the Atlantic Coast Line }'I.
were -._. t o. King, as Nbilp romiiilnMliiner ,:"r h
jury Investigating precinct; while the checkers reported lerson at a street corner near her Railway was In Kaiford Thursday of Agriculture, will put '1t.'
'iearwater.The grand found registered three ex- home and came to the rescue with and Friday attending to business. Brilliant Record end to
plot to kid- they mi porn fruit fthl|>m<>nU, .
the convicts who had not been restoredto the shotgun. After first taking I' Walter Whitten spent the weekend "
Marie Gardner HAMPTON Mop .Importation of l>tl<<|f rgg '
nap 6-yearold Edith M. citizenship. I Shulterson In hand, the men ex In Lake Butler visiting Mr Co and milk, rod rorrwt other evils .f .f; ; ",-
daughter of Dr, David plained trusted and Mrs. S. T. Denmark ......, '. p
they were prison- +IL+ illn 'I. ( .P. 'the prcMcnt Htein.' lie Hill putK'.ii.iin Ati,, '
Gardner, St. Petersburg Baptist era from the county jail and that S. H. Moore of Raiford attended ( +
and >r\lrn
> M together Midr.d.rm
pastor, slid not finish Its work today Bradenton Bradenton's new I Shulterson was an escape they had the funeral services of his llorlilit'niwtt, 1"((4"
Agriculturalwulth )
No report of its actions was $155,000 postofflce site became a 1 been sent out to recapture. brother, C. J. Moore, who dial\ Sunday Mr. and Mrs. L. C .John have a l hy aiding the },
made Jerry Metz and Edgar scene of activity today when a at his home in Lake City Monday new daughter, who arrived May 2... miui who,
I moat of all .
of "M. nwrlx. hel tbiroui : .
Shine" Mote are held pending the TamplL"construction firm began the PensacolaFederal Judge William afternoon. The remains of Joshua Hicks of | } '
M >r, producer and "
outcome of th4 investigation The preliminaries to the constructionof ( B. Sheppard believes the cur- John Hare of Lake City wax In 'Waldo, were brought here Mny" 2R, annul hove .blllpt"rd ,l, al k
It to
authorities learned of the alleged the new federal building. O. K. rent period of business depression Raiford Wednesday on business. and entered In the family lot at of normal 11m..... warrant u return \\ .A l

kidnaping plot through a man who Fletcher, former Bradenton man will "go down in history as the Fred Paulhill of Tampa la spend- Santa Fe cemetery. Mr. Hicks ,,
told them he had been approachedto was in charge of the crew which Hoover panic." From his bench ing a week with his sister, Mrs. was born and reared at Hampton, \ NIWNTEN': TO THIS} Four ;"

act as an "intermediary." began boring holes to determine on here he recalled that a former depression H. W. Ralford. and has a host of friends here who tuner years lit a long Jlirw to be r '

what strata the new building foundations period has been called the J. F{. Murphey of Ocala, arrivedIn were grieved to learn of his death. lhP: roiiwviueiire of vxtruvafputmmd p 'i

Lakeland- Allan Spivey, 7yearold will rest. The string work "Cleveland panic" and then added: Raiford Tuesday and has. accepted A. A. McDonald and family left r ''" Inefficiency. characterizing 1,11 HI I ';

son of Dr. and Mrs. Ludd M. and a topographical survey will "Those of us who sit In swivel a position with the Florida last Monday for Duval county .F rrwnt riots agricultural iMlmlntrallon. ) r

Spivey, died here tonight of complications take a week to ten days and shortly chairs and draw from $200 a month State Farm. where they will spend the summer To change them cord trh! 1.

developing from the bite of after, the excavation work will [to $10,000 a year hardly realize, Miss Leona Bellllng and Miss months.Mr. lonw, YOIT Must Act-ACT NOW I I' r'i',

a dog 29 days ago. Dr. Spivey start according to Mr. Fletcher. what the man in the woods has to Ella Mae Fralic of Providence were L. H. Futch has as his gueHt, ,, King ha* the eKpPrleneP.trenplA!: > ft

it president of Southern College Local labor will be used where pos face." in Raiford visiting friends Satur his sister, Mrs. Susan Hall of Jack ,, energy and grit to pull u* out. ; ,, i il 1

here Commencement exercises at sible. I sonville. LKT'M': (IVK': HIM Tilt:: VOTE
the college, scheduled for tomorrow Tallahassee Failure of county day.Mr.. and Mrs M. W. Mann Jr., Dr. W. E. Middleton of Starke, rt>KNI>.%Y(
I officials to from the Mrs. was a professional visitor here : 1
because of the Clearwater-Circuit Judge John remove registration of Lake Butler were visiting E E11'nid
were postponed i'. '
list names of who J. L. last Monday. [ tor by Friend and
child's death. The child\ became IT. Bird today denied a petition of persons Mann's parents, Mr and Mrs. Support- M"
moved out of the county does not Johns of this place. ---. ers of Franklin O. King.) t.v
seriously\ late Saturday, and despite W. T. Harrison candidate for circuit I
his give these persons a right to voteIn L. B. Ritch who has been a resident I ;
the efforts of specialists court clerk who sought an or ;
the county where they are no for time Baitow Livingston's new :
of this place some up. ,
condition became steadily worse. der directing Earl Weir", publisher ZIFFServices
Numerous outstanding specialists of a St. Petersburg weekly, to give longer actual residents. Attorney moved to Moultrle Ga., Monday ..- panel treet.shop opened at 270 Kast Main i; //1(:

throughout the country were consulted space to replies to recent published General Cary D. Landis today where he will open a Furniture ML. heir alas .....lw. ('or. DAVID E. ADE'JSON. oi Tumpn.. Ht, t.1: I 'iff
ruled In written Augustine Welnsteln (trOt '
a opinion. store. graduates from the University ol I
for assistance Harrison's rec
by telephone attacks on
Mm. Agnes Donaldson of Miami, Florida June e with almost a prrtact 'mil and Produce Co. moved to / i '
in treating the case. ord. The court also denied an injunction
DeLand October Mr. at Little Rock scholastic record. Of 144 hours, 1 new' location."Imytona .
at -- Wednesday was in Raiford Sunday visiting were held) '
further I
preventing 18, 1933, will be observed as FlorIda and Mrs. L. M. Alvarez. church last Saturday and Sul '
of the tacks. Judge Bird held unconstitutional of thin 1 'I
Hollywood Directors ( Day at the World's Fair In Barney Andrews was In Lake by Pastor Anderson of Brooker kpettnculnr achievement put to work during past few weekn. II!
will invite the state law requiring the national honor society ol \ '
Florida the( Press membership Association of the Cuban newspapers to publish free repliesof I Chicago, the Florida Century of City Saturday afternoon on business. Mr. J. W. Lewis and son, i.. O. Phi Kappa Phi has iwlecled Aclelson Madison Dallght Department t i

Association candidate to attacks published Progress commission announcedhere and Mr. Tim Mann were attendingto us one of three urnlorn In American Mare( reopened! meat market In d J .
Press Club, the Georgia Press any The Florida commission In business in Starke one day last colleges and
today. E. P. Johnson spent Saturday universities to continue' onnectlon with f''
section grocery
Press as news, and 'J
and the Alabama is arranging for an a1l-Flor Lake Butler visiting Mr. and Mrs. week advanced study through the Spaikn meat, '
Association to attend the next prohibiting publication or circulation ida display at the fair. J. B. Cone. Mrs. Blrt Stokes and little children Memorial Fellowships Mr. clelaon/ 'l M'l f.
meeting of the state body here. The of attacks on candidates :18., Mrs. Magallne Esby of Alachua spent several days of last returns to the Unlveritlty of Floi Ida Jacksonville Florida depart'I''I'R' t i' h
meeting set for October 22 and 23, days prior to an election. The her week at Graham with her parents, next fall for his J&radullte.U\ \(1", lines, took over Colonial t.",
Tallahassee Democrats spent Sunday here visiting .t
until of
court said the law appeared to be majoring In cliemUlrv, here. .
will\ be combination business session
and a good will gathering of In.vIolation of freedom of the press vote for Republican nominees for husband, and mother, biro. H. G. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dyal. I'' q,
a office and Republicans may vote flitch. Mr Lenton of Green Cove t
and freedom speech.
newspaper publishers and editors for Democrats in the November Born to Mr. and Mrs. Sidney D. Springs passed through our sec Vole for and '
ReelectERNEST 'r'j
general election in Florida or a Padgett of Lake Butler a son, May tion Friday.Mr. ,w aSr tn I'I'v }
votes Henry Howard, who has been ; '
voter may split his among
NOTICETO THE AMBITIOUSvre the candidates of both parties. At 28th.D. L. Ward has added to his filling 1 spending several months. here with >t

torney General Cary D. LandU station In Lake Butler a small ,his brother, Mr H. H. Howard, '
of satisfactory
make tee year loans to thoe said yesterday In a written opinion garage that will be operated by left Saturday for Hague, where he AMOS t .

reputation who want a complete framing at the He added, however, that those his son on East Main street. will visit his slater Mm. Malcolm F E

who vote In a party primary assume
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fort rtieulnr.Bank r ..Box66MaconCa.. election.party ffemlneea In the general And the Worst is Yet Come- Y

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Spend Your Vacation at MIAMI ed vation.V.after! undergoing complete reno / %% ,4 ,' him. The. people brllrvn In 1 i ,,I

The Millionaire's Playground with prices that fit him. ti {, T n

Everybody's Pocketbook! ; 1

The worhl's best golf courses with green fees at 50c a PEAR30RKAPARTMENTS ;? No lime to experiment ?' 1
day : Gulf Stream Fishing at lowest prices ; Free Bathing ,

Beaches ; Three Free Band .Concerts VVeelky .

?' ?0 Vote f for Him m

Single rooms with private bath: $1.50 and $2.00 R { s, F

Double rooms with private bath : $2.00 and $2.50 l7U ,,

Prices' for meals also in keeping with the times gHOTEL Paid Political Adv. ;,{ '1
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You'll know how good ;, ,. ..._. '
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a cigar can be until you '' rTp -. I He Is efficient, honest, upright and reliable. p'I 1 'i

have smoked a ' } n. "Kabe" Douglass lie IM a poor man a taxpayer, who has neter i ''r ; '

()Jo' ...\K": CITY held office in the Court House before '

WAS 8' For Railroad lie want to raise and educate his children. t'; '9 i.i <

Now CommissionerThe / He is! experienced in lands and land values.

SAME SIZE' Man Who Has Had the Experience DEpPp He promises! influence! to reduce your taxes.! i '
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and Believes fie Knows >,
.v Vole for Him amllhereby
encourage your ti t
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i Your Vote Appreciated and Support boy and your girl ,, ti

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:ct" IIART SPEAKS TOLARGE coming Into bearing and it !Is expected varnish manufacturer in New Jersey -

AUDIENCE Tung Oil ShowsA that there will be consid- This event was characterizedas I' _

r I erable increase in acreage put into the birth of a new industry

(Continued from page one.) I tung oil not only near Gainesville I
-You men and women who have but also In certain NOTICETo ,
in Alachua county, I
been around tbe legislative halls, Great Growth I counties further south and In Ii i

and seen the mill grind out political I!the northwestern parts of the state. whom I it may concern:

jobs--special privileges, while The largest estate In Florida ad- By arrangement with Mrs. Johns,, ,

the grinders rumble over the tax- Through SouthSeveral mits a little over 2000 acres. The I have taken over the office of the

W AINWItIGIIT-nO UNTItEE .1 MISS ETHEL GRIFFIN payer's bones. Don't think you American Tung- Oil Corporation, a late Senator E. M. Johns. Any un-

IIONOKKU WITH BRIDGE can change conditions by sendinga --- cooperative undertaking participated finished matters pertaining to the .

Mr and Mrs R E. Rountree I: LUNCHEON good man to the legislature or Southern States Suitablefor I In by a group of varnish Senator's practice which have not

of Waldo, announce senate. He's only another victim, I Growing the Tung Tree I manufacturers, and functioning on already been adjusted if broughtto

(. the marriage of their daughter A delightful affair Tuesday was If you have a political administration. I a non-profit basis, has produce! my attention will be taken care 4i

: Ellen Curtis the bridge luncheon given by Mrs.O. The only hope is a CHANGE The department of commerce, after I nursery stock for several years cf. Valuable papers and docu- .'
'' Wainwright L. -. A NEW MAN for a NEW DEAL ments to clients will be
'V Edward Joseph Beasley at Kingsley Lake an intenatlve survey of condi- past from a 200 acre tract near belonging
", .. t on Wednesday May 25th, 'complimentary to Miss Ethel Griffin Do you expect reformation from tions In the Southern Gulf States Gainesville. returned upon request and I will '" Jt

at Lake Butler, Florida bride-elect failures? reports that the development of a I There is much land in Florida be pleased to complete any unfinished -
and Mrs. Wainwright will The color scheme of A Business Administration by a matters.
Mr. yellow was I flourishing tung oil industry in available and appropriate for
leave Sunday for Miami, where curried out In detail. Business! Man-Who Is absolutely I J. L. Frazee.
Centeringthe certain parts of the south Is making growing tung oil trees, and there
,. they will make their home. prettily appointed table was a free from all political entanglements progress.* jTbe': survey Just is a firm belief that real benefits ,--

{ -- low bowl of nasturtiums and ex- I completed by Mr. Concannon extended would accrue to the state through TO TUB DEMOCRATICOTER8 .fllj

'. EASTERN STAR TO MEET tiding on either side were sprays Owes no man a dollar for his from Louisiana. to Florida the development of a tung oil industry OF BKM>FOUI> COUNTY

of lacy fern. The places of the office; no promises made for political -, and includes economic and agri- I if care is exercised In selecting -
The Eastern" Star will hold their guests were marked with support, no longing eyes on it
yellow cultural factors. the proper sites. Walter N. When I entered this race, was
: regular meeting Monday eveningat baskets filled with mints of U S. Senate; no past record to I I voter in
+ .M I same Imports of tung oil have grown Pearce, manager of the district my Intention to see every
8 o'clock at the Masonic Hall. shade attached to which wera the straighten out, no collar aroundhis during the 10 and the but it is a greater job
past years, our national office of the Bureau of foreign county, To the Voters of
I neck-and he will be Bradford .
place cards! A delicious three your gov- '
'JU'I.y'8TO consumption now being in domestic commerce at Jacksonville than I anticipated, so I am taking
9 course luncheon was served, followed ernor.A the neighborhood of 100,000000 has. devoted much time and this method of asking each and County Greeting
MEET MONDAY clean, hardboiled, experienced :
with bridge during the afternoon China for vote and
pounds annually suppliesthe energy in a constructive way on everyone your sup-
u Prizes for high score was business man, who has no debtsto world with tung oil or as It behalf of tung oil developments in port and promise you, if selected
W. M. S. of
.' of the
The circles and foes to fear. This
/awarded Mrs. J E. and pay, no I am asking to elect
I Its
Corpening sometimes called "China wood oil", the state. as your superintendent, the same you me v'
the Methodist! church will meet the business administration I offer -
to, Miss Lucile Mitchell for making and the national bill of the United In connection with the develop- faithful' service I rendered before Tax Assessor for one more tern

I' Monday afternoon at entertain 3:30 o'clock the second Miss Griffin received the and the results will be: States. for the essential raw material ment of a domestic tung oil Industry / 19211929.) and In doing so you have nothing

Mrs. N T. Bitch Circle.will The Noble i guest of honor prize, while Miss Useless political jobs will\ be Is approximately $1 ,OOOOOO Mr. Concannon visited Gaines- Thanking you In advance for to lose, as I will give you fou,

Harriet Peek will be entertained I Morn Helle Jackson, an out of abolished a year. Thus there'ls already established ville, first In 1924 up to which time your support next Tuesday, I am, years as good service as any..a..",,
White Circle I i town guest was presented a prize All state Institutions and depart can give in that office.
a large demand for a little had been accomplished. On Yours for service
G4 i ; by Mrs. W II Struth and I Those Invited to this lovely event ments will be operated like private material which can without doubt his recent visit to Gainesville, Mr. Paid Pol. Adv. H. B. Wiggins. I have spent the better part ..n i

Kate: Struth- ---..- I were: Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs. D. P. business! for the good of the people be produced in selected sections ofI I Concannon assisted on :March 31 my life in the service of the p. _
+ 1 '( 1.1N'S <'u'n TO HOLD 1) Carpenter Mrs A. Z Adkins, Mrs.J. the Bouth. Certain amounts of In the ceremonies attending the Jacksonville Peacock Cleaners pie, and always that service hn-!
MEETINOEI .' ESIV:; E. Corponlng, :Mrs D. A Mon- All state Jobs will be given on mestic oil have already been dd-I) shipment of the first full tank car l opened new plant at 72 Riverside been efficient and faithful, with 'n

Beth, Mrs J. M. Brownlee' Mrs. merit, and no quetttlons asked as duced notably In Florida, and the 64,000 pounds of tung oil to a Avenue. earnest desire at all times, to work

jl } '+ The Woman's Club of Starke will II V. I Knight: Miss Ethel Griffin, to how you voted or) .what church quality of this oil has been much I __ n n __ n. ____ __ ___ -- -- -- -- for the best interest of the peop",

y hold their last meeting of the club Miss Luclla Mitchell and Miss Flora you belong to. superior to the usual Chinese oil I of Bradford County. As your Tt\ ,
Labor will be paid for services
Belle Jackson of Baconton, Ga Assessor for
Hostesses for the afternoon will be Improved agricultural practice and a number of years I
rendered, and NOT for political affiliation
> o'clock at the clubhouse. There connections. more highly developed methods of assessed your property correct)
will be Installation and presentation or family extracting the oil fronf the nut will 1 fairly and equitably, according i
Contracts will be awarded to
of officers for 1932-33 term. ,LAWTEYMm. assure uniformity and superior the values given by the owner! i
those deserving- there will be
Hostesses for the afetrnoon will be high quality of oil. It Is further- the property.I .

y. Mra. A Z. Adkins, Sire O. L. Iieas1 : I.:, fit Ittirnvy, Cur, no State political employees strings will pulled.be free to more expected that with the avail- extended every courtesy advice i

1 Icy, Mrs. J. L. Peek, Mrs. C. ability of domestic oil more uni- information and accommocln..
think, talk and vote without jeop-
f '!4 Knight Mrs. J. C. Robinson, A'I Mr. and Mrs V. R. Reddish were ardizing their jobs. form prices will prevail, and industrial tlon to every man, woman or chili I

l E. M. Davis and Mrs W. L. visitors in Macclenny Sunday. with consumers of tung oil that ever came to that office seek
will be
No played
I Claude Barrett of Jacksonville, will no longer 'be subject to the ing such.

11 "' BIRTHDAY 1'AKTV GIVEN:" was a visitor here Sunday. I-;' county or city bills or'leglslations dluasteious fluctuations of past (I discovered and helped the
1" rk,4 i railroaded through, and there will
Mrs. E. E. Burney hall_ been ; be years. people to correct many erroneous
secret sessions but all cards
Seeber Goodman entertained a I I spending several days in Jackson-1) no Tung oil Is an essential raw mad deeds, and to clean up old tax eel+
I an the table, for it's the people'sbusiness
t number of friend with a party vllle with her father, Elder II. V. j t..rlalln the varnuh! industry, In the tificates and tax deeds which they

i Saturday evening the *occasion be-I Skipper, who Is seriously 1)1.) open and above board. manufacture. of, linoleum in elec- did not know existed, hereby makIng -
The will be urged to
Ing.hls tenth birthday. Dr. Brown of Tampa, was a vis- trical Insulation. and in a great better titles to their lands and
A merry time was had by the I itor at the home of his parents, Dr Abolish high salaried political jobs many other manufacturing opera- perfecting a correct and reliable assessment -
and boards, in state and county,
1 young host and his friends in play-j and Mrs. G. W. Drown Sunday. < tions. Rosin, produced In the GROCERYLocation of the lands of the cotm
and the a clean, economical
give people -
}}. ing games and contests At the!' Misses Ruth Rowe and Kathleen business administration, south, together with\ tung oil pro- ty), and have rendered other valu-

4 close of the evening refreshments Blnnchard' were visitors to Mac duce high grade spar varnish, andit able services in straightening out
and abolish the ancient fee system
IaV + ''j were served to the following present clenny Sunday. would seem to be: the part of land titles that otherwise would. .
which has cost the taxpayer so
11l : Florence''' Mersereau Mary '' Mr. and Mrs. Tatum of DeLand good economics to establish the have cost the people money. tn

t b Bell Howard, Edward Howard, Ellen spent Sunday with their daughter, dearly. manufacture of a finished! product fact, I rendered every service that

ii Merseseau, Arch Thomas, Jr., Mrs. G. W. Roberts. Business and politics do not mix where the raw materials are produced could be given in the Tax Asse,

Herman Conner, Howard Conner, i I Mrs. Stokes of Jacksonville, --no politics go out the window I This is merely an exampleof Between Bank and Post office sor's office and had the distinctionof

6 Ruby Silcox, Fay Warren, Kath-/; spent Wednesday with Mrs. G. W. 'I'when business walks in the door. the broad effect which the development being called the best Tax Asses
The honest office holder will havea _
erlne Stafford, Keefet Pitts, Tom Roberts. of a domestic tung oil nor in the state.

l ,Meraereau, Mildred Morgan ofi\ Mr. J. L. McLeod, Miss ClaudiaMcCray \ governor-but God pity the industry may have on the south. Aa one of your legislators in the

Y' 'Starke, and Louise! Morgan oft and Mrs. L. W. Fennel of crook. Purity of product stability of price LARD FLOUR2lbs. 1931 session I supported and voted
F elimination of the
The political
r Waldo.! j Melrose, were visitors at the homeof and the guarantee of large quantities for many good bills, some of which

-- Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchacd jobs and boards! will result in a big of oil at all times readily _ ___.n 13c 6lbs. __. ___ .. 15c became laws, others did not'
MRS. J. C. UOBISSON I the week. drop In expenses, which is the only available will undoubtedly result Through the bills that became lawn
lr past way taxes can be reduced and hon.eat' 13 Ibs. __ nUn n_ 1ge 12 lbs. ____ JOe
ENTERTAIN R.R.. Thede. And son, Richard, In.a greatly.expandedi 1 field of usefulness :: we secured an eight months' star,'
It u left Saturday night for Miami, labor necessary to state tetaln- for tunga6ll'and"them;; ,'Is ,,45 lbs. _ __ $2.75 l/ lbs. --- 55e and school for our county, with tn

t' Roses, Easter, lilies, nasturtiums, I where they will attend the postof- ed. A business man cuts expensesto every reason to believe\ that the -- appropriation, state funds of pre
meet his Income, and state
op- ,
larkspur, petunias and baby breath flee convention. : future demand might greatly ex- tically $ OOOO.OO annually for the

In their bright colors arranged D. W. Moore has returned home eration should be regulated to by thetaxpayer'a ceed the present volume of $15- 110 Octagon Soap 2jfC Qt. Jelly ___ 15e support of same while we were

+ ', ?lI In baskets and vases adorned the after attending to business in Ft. Banks will ability be audited pay., and hand- 000,000 annually.' ))10 Oct. Powder ___ 25c: Qt. Apple Butler 15c receiving prior to that time only
*tit 1Ia homo of Mrs. J. C. Robinson Thurs- Meade for the past month Louisiana adapted in certain about $26,000 annually from the
led on business principles and thpeople's Coffee 15c Qt. Pickles 1Sc
Charmer _
Mrs. J. G. Godwin and Miss Dun. localities for the growing of tung \

entertained bar of the state farm, were visitors Professional interest Politician protected.-Is a'man oil treea. A well known Southern 'Pure Coffee, 2 lbs. 25c 10 lbs. Potatoes 15c By the reallocation of the gas

fir at contract bridge 'I at the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. R. whose business it Is to get on the Lumber Company has several hun }Peanut Butter, 1 Ib lOc Qt. Vinegar 15c tax we secured about $ OOOO.OO an
ii ; At the conclusion of five progres- Reddish last week. dred acres In tung oil trees in Bogalusa 'r nually for the payment of our road
payroll and stay there, ando 2 bottles Catsup 15c
public .
nions of the game, scores were add- ;: Mesdames G. W. Roberts and Ed and further extension of bonds in lieu of $$19,000.00 we were
ed and) prizes presented to Mrs. H '' Bennett were shopping In Jacksonville enters politics for personal gain, I plantings are contemplated In getting before.
r -l; C. Wall for making high and to gets Into a small office, joins the has the Grits Meal
Wednesday.Mr. Louisiana. Mississippi We also passed laws which reduced -
Qt or
lh to climb build- Best WhileBACON
and begins ,
ring up
i KPy Mrs. 0, L. Beasley for holding sec- i and Mrs. W, E. Torode and : largest tung oil grgyeto the world. our state taxes from 14 t'II'
machine he
if children and Doris Burney visited Ing his political aa This amounts to 7/00' acres already > 10 the 15c 10 Ibs. 14e 4 7-8'mills. With these appropriations -
ond.The If he needs he seeks
players were: Mrs. O. L. Lake Klngoley Sunday. goes. money planted 1000 additional 'acres now 148 ll)... 75o 48 ]be.. 7OoS and reduction together with

i' Beasley, Mrs. H. C Wall, Mrs. J. \ J. B. IJowe was visiting: relatives off It from when special! elected.interest For and political pays being put in and an additional 1000 .00 Iba.. $1.10 lbs.1,35: the economies and good management

E. Wilson, Mrs. T. J. Alderman, In Macclenny Sunday. he jobs andIf acres ,being,prepared for plantingnext Pound6c d of your local boards and
Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs. A. Z.Adklng. !. Graydon Jones of Ft. Myers is support pledges your one. "yaar. 'TItI, Uthtf Y comprises county officers, our taxes for 1931)
he can't find one, he'll make
f h Mrs. J. J. Canova, Mrs. O. upending his vacation here at the a single unbroken tract of 9200 Tomatoes or Milk were reduced 40 per cent, and as

n L. Haynes, Mrs L. Wyman. Mrs. home of Mr. and Mrs. L. H.Hlll, la So elected.you pay On for the his side race he'll when prom-he acres surrounded by a contlnous 4 large Whole Grain Blue there will be 9000.00 paid Into our

N. Sternberg, Mrs. T. B. Massle Mr. and Mrs R. E. Blanchard wire fence 28 miles'In length. Mis- Rose county about July 5th next, from
ise you anything and on the plat Cans ___ 2tc
and Miss Mabel 'Weller.r has considerableother u which wilt
y I I and Mr. and Mia. A. M. BliinoharU sissippi already the race track fund,
he'll the people
form, promise
r i I, were called, to Jacksonville last KVEKYTHING. No limit to his acreage In, and it Is felt that RICE equally be divided between the
j CIIRISTIXN ENDEAVOR week on account of the death' of .I the development of a tung oil industry county, commissioners and the
or ability, he is a cure-all. \Potted Meat{ 2 for Sc5c
t ENTERTAINS WIT({ their brother, W. C. Blanchard. powers will go far towards solving 5 Ibs. 15c school board for the payment rf, f
'It you want prosperity and no __ _._ .
HUIMMINU PARTY Mrs. George Anderson and Mrs some of the economic problems in \ Salt, 2 pkgs. Sc,10c outstanding Indebtedness only, con
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.' taxes- listen to him Ibs 28c
I V. R. Reddish were visitors, In Mississippi.With _' tracted prior to June 1st, 1931 vu.
Be Not Deceived. Know Your pkg. Matches Sc lb's
The Christian Endeavor and a 1 Webster last week. Man-Don't select your candidate Mobile "as a focal point 100 __- 2.75 should have a further reduction >'

F few friends enjoyed a swimming I J. C. Catewond was a business from the platform, but check him southern Alabama possesses in cer- 'No. 2 can Roast five mills off our next assessment
fl party, weiner and marshmallow visitor In Ocala last week. tain regions the climaticand as the school board will be able t"<'
See if he has made a success necessary
$, ;! roast last Friday evening. May 27, I Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Grlffls and up.of his own private business and is soil conditions for the success- Beef .: -.- 2Sc I Butter lb. 22c leave off two mills and the count
"' at Williams' cottage at KIngsley sisters, Miss Ford and Mrs. W. C commissioners three mills which
I his past record clean. A man In ful growing of tung oil trees. Stimulation \No. 2 can Tripe. 15c IL
d, Lake. About 17 enjoyed this out- Wooten were in Jacksonville they are now for outstand-
rst shopping office will be what he was before,, of interest in a tung oil industry Cheese 15c'DelMonte levying
.l Ing. Those present were: Misses Wednesday.Miss so check him up. )Is running High, and a great \Hams Bacon, Ib. JOc ing Indebtedness. There were othei

i; Ina Forsyth, Beatrice and June Bonnie Lee Ford of Marian- Who Am I? Check Me Up. A deal of constructive Informationhas good laws and relief measures

t Bullen, Rachel Chapin, Eleanor na is visiting her sister, Mrs R. A. Georgia Cracker by birth,) Flor- been made available through passed which I will omit for lack

Lewis, Margaret Williams, Grace Grlffls. K. A. Boadle district office manager of space.
$ f Alvarez Dorothy Lamb, Edna tdlan county by .a option., Georgia Cor,')ancestor Jn Liberty '!- of the bUrfata &t foreign and Coffee lb. 29c'DelMontePears,2for Aa a private citizen I have always

4 b Strickland Nell Bradley of the fought'through the'RfcWolihtlonarji domestic ,cocamerce $t):Mobile. tried to be a peaceable law
y state farm. Mr. and Mrs. Morrow, abiding ettiaen, aided, encouragedand
3 + Messrs. Tommy Williams, Gratton i VANDERBILT war, gave their (liv $!.aj>d fortunes The\, twig 'cdlmhitrythad) / its inception supported all mores for re
t1 for the cause of liberty burled in ,'ao first real developmentIn
J. D. Griffis, Buck Kick.t improvement. '
Cooper, 29c Ilgious, educational and civic
Carrl Bell Normaa, ('or
+ old Midway cemetery. His father Florida UeartGMnesvllle. Groves -
liter and Bill Barnes of the state .-
fought through the Civil War, giv- up to 2000 acres 1'1. size are alreadyCan
Jarmr Have befriended the poor, relieved -
CroMby-Normun ing his all for the cause of the

Miss Jennie Maude Crosby surd, Confederacy. Raised In Haitlhurst, "..,."....",."a-;; ......., ..", wwwVOTE I the distressed and in even
1 :)kauubsuxMltmlalwhnaltrxJt: !) :) walk of life have rendered to m'
Mr. "'rank.Norman were united In' Ga., began life selling Singer Sew-
r marriage Thursday evening at 7 commission fellowman a full measure of ser
ing Machines on Opened A. Knight
o'clock at the home of Judge Geo his first store in 1903 in Doug- !! ,

Vote For A. Gardiner. Mr., and Mrs. j'Idrs las, Ga., with only $63 00 and no On this record I am asking mv

man left Thursday night to spend experience. The store still stands CANDIDATE FORHE.ELECTION FOR. people' to give me one more termas

I the night with Mr. Norman's sis-' and, bears his! name, and the first FOR: J Tax Assessor as 'a crowning

ter Mrs. Ellen Barber of Jacksonville .1 man he employed at $3 on a week, tribute to a long period of faithful

John T. Aslop and returned to their home operates the business, and owns an services rendered the people of

Friday afternoon. Mrs. Normanwas Interest. His business career In Tax Collector Bradford county, after which f

JR. I from the Rising section and Florida began In 1908. Hart Fur- G. Wo AldermanFor would expect to fade out of the po

the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. niture Co., a local Florida corpora- lltical picture with profound gratitude

t Crosby and was loved by all who tion, with no foreign capital op- He Is now nerving,bin. first term and appreciation for the pen
CANDIDATECongressman knew her. Mr. Norman was from erates 13 stores. Does not owe a it"* Tax Collator for Bradford pie with whom I have lived all m>

Wateroak section and the sonof Mr dollar, and the money for this race County. During this period he taut life and with whom I expect "I

and Mrs. F. M. Norman. Mr. and a'as'earned by personal efforts as endeavored' to perform the duties remain to the end of life.

i Mrs. Norman will make their homeIn he never sought or held a public of that office In a fair., and Impartial Very respectfully
.1 '
the Wateroak section. We all job of 'any kind. Thus give you milliner.: 'J' Clerk of the Circuit Court N. D. WAINURIGHT

wlith them a long and happy life. my business career and my successful If his p"orb',daring the 'last Paid Political Adv.CARD i

At I Mrs. Ellen Barber and little business experience of near- three years meet )our approval he ---

. ; Large friend, Norma of Jacksonville, ly thirty years. will appreciate jour vote t and support lie is 'J
spent the week-end with Mr and J I promise to one and all a clean, In the Primary June 7th for 4 OF THANKS

1v Mrs. F. M. Nor roan. honest, business. administration .a second term pledging to continue .

Miss Mary Alvarez Is spendinga free from all political entanglements devoting his entire time to the Experienced Efficient We wish to thank our friends m

v lie Will week with her sister, Mrs. Irving -A REAL GOVERNORthat duties of that Important office, and Starke and Lawtey for the kindness ]'

DeBose of Litle Springs. will free our state from the In giving the most economical- r shown during the illness and

'Boost Florida' Mr. F. M. Norman was trans- political rule which Is the real vice pomlble to tanpujers of the : ) at the death of our loved one and

r acting business In Graham Monday. cause of all our troubles, 'of high county. Economical ., for the beautiful floral offerings
I I Remember B. Y. P. U. every Sunday taxes, and of the lack of confi- sent.

Paid Political Adv.---.. night. at 8 o'clock.. Everyone dence, which Is necessary; for peace ( Paid Political Adv.) Paid Political Adv. O. T. Nelson,

welcome to attend and take part. and happiness .s...Is'aaruus"u.rr.ara.aawr.. r n ,ar Swanbom Family.

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S. 1933: I
/ttt'/ _jrXB ... .. __ nn.\DFOltD COUNTY TEI.KGRAPII.: :: "- .'.'n.....' 4vtV16 '
p' --- --- ---- "
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.... Mr.: and Mrs T J.: Griffin for the I I" I'I
week-end. Try' a jar of Mrs. ..; Ivan Ha- .,. '
son s home-made \ "
I! A real treat is of Starke.
Bits ofConcerning Miss Estelle left Thurs-
I your grocer. '
) day for Red Spring! N. C., to visit I.. --- given courses
her sister. Mrs W. S. Gibson. Miss Miss Mont\! ,Alderman, i\ :and. live .1 ;:
Kendrick plans to U ,away all of the faculty of the music : ..(eve <,atlv" ; '", i
titles ,
1 I summer and before returning home ment at the }o'. S,, C, W in : while( there. i"
will. visit other points in the state. hassee arrived ,)" ; J.
club radio
-y, spend the summer*holhta .
Our People, Burinet andProgress Stump's biff dale goes on-blg- her parents Mr. and Mrs ; PrMny. night j I {\,
gest value e\er offered to the public Alderman .._
of the k
County and Town. l

___.... .,.,, IC'IIC'III 1I17170IC'lOIC'lIC'l=I-JL JL JL'JC_I... Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Richard of Stuart Mrs. Jr.S. ,P.and Vandivlore D. Udd. t ,. : ; ) '
*-" --------------- Palatka were visitors in Starke
SdStau""WEATHER I of Augusta Ga., are : i : l ,
REPORT tons Beach to be gone for two i Wednesday. eral days with Mrs. ti

----- weeks. parents, Mr. and Mrs..G W.
L O_,P?,.,! by Starke Branch, U.Forestry :Men's", Socks 5c pro Shlllltl'' Sale man. \! ) F
Department. Mr. T. B. Massie of the state -- \ ,
Seek .nding May 31, 1932. road department left Thursday for Mrs G. W. Alderman and Dr. Have you tried Mrs.. w
Max Mln. Preclp. Monticello where he has been Edd Armstrong spent WednesdayIn son's home-made \ \' ,
te 67 -03 transferred. Tallahassee. They were accom-
-it'M fresh and
1 lr. 88 67 panied home by Miss Mona Alder. -.tasty.--. I
to' !
1 !. 89 66 Typewriter ribbons and carbon man. Mrs. }o'. A. Canova and \ ,
t?' 92 65 .03 paper for sale at the Telegraph of Mary Ann of Gainesville ,

95 69 fice. 25c each at Wood's. iting their !\ I
1 l!y T. Fryers I : :\ .
84 66 Brownlee and Mrs. E. E
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,1 1\1\ Mrs. J. E. and Miss !
35 64 Corpening this week :::1 :
? Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Jones of
f y ,, for week .06 in. Patsy Brinson spent Monday In : 1
WM I nfall. Jacksonville.Mrs. Gainesville spent Wednesday at ----- -- -- 1 i
-- the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
Miss Mary Brownlee i : I
Edwards spent I : : ; ; ;
"u,.! Mrs RoY Darby. : "
Mr T. i day from DeLand and will I
T. Long Mrs D. P. Car- ,
lri Citra. ----------- the .
sdn} summer! with her : ,
; :
penter and Miss Flora Belle Jackson w'I
Until to welt Or Slump's Salts and! Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. '
| Massie spent Wednes- were In Gainesville Monday. I I
I B ---
Mr accompanied by her '
'f t >+ii> i! '.
|V1B Demand. Bathing: !Suits\ at Stunip'it SIt It.. Mrs J. S. Balsden returned Tuesday aunt Col! and Mrs J. Jo:. ; ) < > ><, ''' :) )) '' ,>>(. nltUea 6' i. !f .
from Penwacola! after a two will spend the week-end l '
Frrp" lJ: each at Wood's. week's visit\ with her parents Mr. -.- -.-.--- /! ,: .
Mills Hazel Mlddleton of the F.
and Mrs. George II. Lee. (
Mrs. J.V. Andrews
S. C. W. at Tallahassee, arrived I
left Monday for I ,
i r r Long .
:. (children Jacqueline and
Friday and will spend the summer
Mr. and Mrs: George H. Lee and'
are spending thin week at
:MIJudge with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W.
ll K. Midclleton.! Miss Laura Merrill of sonville Beach with Dr: Jo I [ ,
are guests of Mr. and penRRcola.//
erts. '
Madison< ----- --- I y
i R Kclley of Bulsdon. __ ., I I
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1 Monday vof State'sterllet Miss Hazel Middleton and Miss 1 .
guest -- ----
.j \
md Mrs, A. S. Crews. Hazel Adkins are attending the Humming' Hint hose all IIFWHUininer F
_____ Z. T. A. house party at Jackson- I shade l 7c! Stump's Sale.Mrs. I !/ i 'i .;
Stwnp's Sale. ville Beach this week. ;.Mls I.nhiMlkerHon.. (' ",
II",) +s I'hlrt.191' There I
was a party glen
--- -- :
Paul E. Canova Miss Bun- '
Eunice" Perkins returned At last A fresh tastyMayonnaise nle Canova and Mr. Paul Canova and Mrs. E. T. Wllkersim /dl ,
:ab Ga., where at popular prices. Harry Wilkerson and I l .rol ty uf. pry;
from Augusta. visited relatives In Jacksonville' /: I 1
esda) Vandtviere. Ask for :Mrs. Itohertwin's at Prescott Saturday nil ht. raven (
Mrs S. P. Sunday. ji/
visited present were: Mr. and Mrs your grocer.Mr.
-- .
luisa of Lawtey, Knight Mr. and Mrs. K: L '
: Mattie Harley and Mrs. Z. J. Roberts of Mrs. H. H. Younl'attended' the Mr. and Mrs T. F h. I1
A. H. Har- erson .
I visiting Mr. and Mrs. postmaster convention in Miami, t.... ; I a
Hastings, will spend Sunday with and Mrs L. D. Prevail l "
|!"' Jr. Mrs. Roberts' parents, Mr. and going down by boat from Jackson Mr. and Mrs. J. H. blonds! Y Li '
ville last Friday and returning by
Mrs. Nelson Prescott : hit ,
Iwilson and Lester Price Mrs. George A. Gardiner, ,
Hayes plane Wednesday. '(
Earl Master'Uoya1 .
in PaJatka Wednes.y. ""i i th 1 ,,
.bmson were Fryers 25c each at.Wood'it. Master Dempsey Knight. Mr (T'I' ,
.1 Boys Overalls S9c Stump's Sale. ry Wilkerson, Mr. John .:. j

| Overalls, 49c! Stump's Sale.Dr Mr. Hans Austin is very ill at -------- I MI'Vllbur' Knight, Mr'' : ":' 4'
'Iell' the home of his son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Dowling and Knight, Mr. Eugene ,
>> '
CX L. Haynes spent daughter Mr. and Mrs. George A. daughter, Nettle will leave today I Leon Wilkcrnon, Frank g' :
and Mrs. '
| with rela- Gardiner. for Tallahassee for a visit with Miss. Melba Knight, Miss !!! : .'
I Augustine ,1
In St.
.nday Mrs. Dowllng'a mother Mrs. W. S. !I Knight, Miss Mamie '

.es Gingham 5c |I..rd.. Stump's Sale Stroman. Vinnle May Manning, Doris. ,
I "Mrs"J. | and tor. Miss Flonnie Fredell :. :
and J. Rigdon
,Mr Miss Eva, were visitors Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kllpatrick\:: Rev. and Mars M. C. Stlth and die Barcker Miss. Jeannctte 1''
ughter Sunday. Mrs. M. L. Kilpatrick and Mix family of Jacksonville, will spend er. Miss Grace Muore, Mt an I
| Keystone Heights Mary Barr of Troy Ala., will arrive Saturday with Mrs. Stlth's parents John Moseley, Miss Ltila : ; ) : :\ l\"M- ) Jl,
-- for 1\Irs'l] Sunday to be the guest of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownleiv son All reported a fine () : "'
Ask your grocer and Mrs. L. D. < Miss Myrtle Knight
Vlning r
May- >
luhertson'g home-made !' : : : ) : :
with Miss Lulu
it. .udh'- and children's, Nashdresses urday night
nnaise'ou'JI like- -- Among: those attending the funeral '" Gc! Stump's Sale I IMr. erson.
I ilrs. H. A Dew and children left of Mr. M. P. Phillips in Jack- I I Miss Lula Wilkerson; '' ? a
sonville Mr. and and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon and
lnesday for Freeport to ,visit Tuesday were: !I.
| Mrs. T.'"B.' Massie, Mr. Maurice daughter Miss Eva, Mr and Mrs 0"N !'
suves Edwards and Mr. Noon Alvarez. LacyRlgdon attended the funeral )i : J ,' f..;

Illr/ and Mrs J. E. Wilson have of Mr. W. W. Rlgd n of Tampa,
Ijvrf to Klngsley Lake where Kotex:!:.25o Stump's Stile. Thursday at Sanderson. Mr. Rig- .t' :
months. don was the brother of Mr. J. J.
Iq will spend several '
Mrs.. J. B. Price of Quincy, was FUbdon. The burial was In charge r !

I Work !Shirts 23c Stump's SaleI the guest of her uncle and aunt .of the Masonic Lodge.liatsfifi .- ,
I --'---
,. --" ----- -'- --,----- ,,,. ,,;,,; :
n"n." .,, '', '", ; ;rrt;; "> IIIINI I IAIMnNiliillil> ni' ii I IIf
I and Mrs. Joe Edwards and J
ugMer. Elaine and Mrs. Roy Ed- 'II i 1

[lirOs invllle.were recent visitors In Jack If "HELLO EVERYBODY"What's : :

--- II tit.', ;
Just Another
Mrs. .T L Frazee Is visiting her
laughter Mrs. Taylor Belcher of I'' ['1:

I,irrison-on-Hudson, N. Y. PURINA SATURDAY i.L i.

I lira .1 I J Canova Is spending .1.1t

hile rents In Mr Hartwell and Mrs., Ga.Frank, with Lin-her : At the Ole Checkerboard Store JUNE ITII TO THE ;! I t '

I have ..I
I Ii Ir.\ ., ,
Broadcloth and print jd wide, 1 How many Dog Chow Checkers are therein of I ; '
one term :' i'
|Ie Stump' Sale. i the "Big Egg" in the window *:
good if.t :
I Mrs. E M. Johns and Mrs. N. T.pch j Put! on your skill cap Saturday, and make a GUESS I {

spent Monday in Jackson- ; Eligible 16 years up. Contest closes at 5 o'clock: sharp. proud, I r ." .

Jle. The one nearest the exact count gets their choice of I People !: ''j j

Mra J j. Canova and Miss Mary : one of the four sacks of feed in the window or 18 Ibs. cussing ; '

[nova were vlstora In Jacksonville I plain or selfrisingflour.. '
ridayI -: school : 'I'
; Better Feeds With Better ServiceHere

I Mr. and Mrs. S. '1'. Dell off is a few of the many In the t,+::. .

fwsday&Wesvllle were visitors In Starke ". "FEED SPECIALS" '. I have tried .' l'\ ;,'"

typewriter carbonper j Hen Chow (Best Scratch) ._ -_ - _. u_ $1.95; This is a : ; r
ribbons and Mash __ 2.40 .)
* Egg Chowder (Best Laying ) 1 ;
for sale of- J of I
at the Telegraph varic .
.. 1.63; ,\. ;
ce. i Protena Scratch k- ---- -- ,. -- ;j--.,_.. ---,.. J ; 's
2.10 the selection I
IayChow (Laying !Mash) ,
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lIr. and! Mrs. T. B. Massie were J !Red Kettle (Sweet Feed 90 percent .Grain), ._ 1.65; but to'vote' : I

"t< guests of Mr and Mrs. J. A, !blue.Kettle>: (Sweet ,Feed 90 percent Grain) -,-- 1.65:

g of facksonvlllfl Tuesday. 24'perl-en Protena (Cow Feed) ?_w--__,___ 1.60 i. have tried i

16 percent Protena (Cow Feed) ___ ____ __ __ 1.50 hundred ,
1Irs. E M. Johns and daughter, Western Yellow Corn (White Sack) ___ _______ 1.30 ;

Joria. ''ntt Wednesday for Day- Oats. No. 2 recleaned, white sack_ _n_ _______ 1.50 9 ery penny

- Cracked Corn _,___. 1.40 I in every ; ,
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Steveri Best Shorts _______ _____ ________ 1.10 ,

ENT Mascot Shorts __ _,.___ ______________ 1.15 If you t .
A of this I : { '
WORD Have you tried "The South's Finest Flour" duties '}

Milled by STEVER'S MILLING CO., Rome, Ga. paign, then I !Y


21 pounds Plain Flour ._ Roc day.
-- u ---- --
'OR SA .R- First runner Missionary j )2 pounds Plain Flour ___ __ -, __ 45c: I The dut I al

1p y plants. New stock, seven 21 pounds Self-risinJt'Flour __.._n__ Sic: J
oem L S. Hutto, section foreman ." 12 pounds Self-rising Flour -- -- -15c the 't .

It. i I' Friday and

L LIST for ry Pints'I''.'ANCE this season.to buy Youngber-No plants Bradford County Fanners Supply : be much in session. I

after June 30. more
$35 gets ,
read enQul Plants to set an acre. Get Company I port on June ; i' ;
cash in on this crop I '
oet fairs of this
t"-on.F. ::! Pattee, Starke. I, : N. N. Prevatt, Mgr. Phone 151 'p
ItT .
Nay 1" ")1 To- STARKE, FLORIDA ::: :-) ;.1 I : 1 1I
tuy a fw pieces
ta af 'el> .old furniture (antiques), ...:.. I Ij ,.
oi fS chairs, dressers! and other IM iimn> *< *i '_| iiia a PUR1' :1:
piece- *) J'j' wt ill .wifcin. I I\ ..I ,
r t ii U doerj't matter wheth- j :.....:a. .w II a .L : +r'7

Races IS In go :1 repair or' not. Profitable feed for livettotk attlpouJ-,f a '''iJJj/ ,, I j
must be reasonable If not IOfIHlr coli of produn/oof t
I. )fryTh your :
C v T"ot lntc ted- Address I nftd "' 010"VfIM ......... ,"", \I I

11. Parker, 1" E. Adamas St., Ii',1,15 : I ,--, .------ --. ; t+ A)
Parker 13 E. Adams St., ..".....,'''""."''" '..... '...____....\ '''''! \, + --- -- i t rI

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-- i I lured products has been held so Florida Dairymen Politicil Announcements I I and and support courteous will man,LOI be "-.HIM...,. ,

tTION much higher than the price seal dTATK! SENATOR' 111LI
FOil -
r FARM NEWS : for the products of the farm. When Spend Unnecessary In response to the suggestion. ol I I I hereby. nnnnui.

,' the dollar Is stabilized (tlf ever Millions for Grain many friends and believing, : that 1an 1 1 dldate for the 1Ilrl"a
'. be of valuable service to the I Taxes of Bradford, sesue .
i and when the prices for farm prod people nf thin senatorial. rll..h'lcIJ, to the wishes of tin 'ulli 1 manufactured of Florida annually posed of Union and, Bradford. | pressed .In the con ... si
product Dairymen
ucts and
./ Conducted II ,ountles., I hereby announce mysen '; primary.. If el"t't..d' -'"",,,,
By are proportionate, we should begin send millions of dollars out uf the is a candidate for state senator the favors, Infornta m"lJ

t I to turn that corner where good state for foods which would not be ': subject to the will of the Democratic. I'Millions and courtenl: ". .'".".

1./, 1. T. DYER, County Agent times have been hiding out for 110< needed if the right kind of green June voters. 7, at 19.12.the I primary am In favor election of and or (1 I given predate through your eerie that ll, itI JYIII..t .h

Ml Sri: PEAKL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent" many months, and both the farmer feeds were grown. explains Hamlin will reduction work for of tax the reduction expense or and running Ira vote and assistance : I II

l and the manufacturere will pr flt, L. Brown dairy specialist with the the state government: I ate I N. UW vT 1II"JUlir'
Extension favor and will work for thistrengthening
Florida Agricultural hereby

flogs Ilrlnff Keller girls' short course at the State Co I I II XUST'MITES DO Service When milk prices are low JL 'I laws to protect of depositors the. state tianiclng,and tc Tax dldate A.for. ell..or.re-elertlon Durlni'i I"';h'ffi I..'*. |

'. for Women Miss Flavla Glen the dairymen must cut costs some make their liability to loss much that I have ibtj
year bee
Price "When' Sold I! MOST DAMAGE TO the more remote. I will ever be ate' I have tried hard to RI ""' ....
son, state home demonstration where and Mr. Brown proposes for and on the. right lrla of any !the a
all that
On Early Market agent. has announced. The short I CITIWS IN JUNE saving of this vast amount of mon other measures which I believe tc all assessor. ,could and lit In ''I'', ed of
'j be for the best Interests of the pee t <'nr" ,"IVlh
: i
I _____. -- courses will last until June 10. ey that goes out of the state for i I pie and the protection of their right election elected I promise you. 'I I cI I '":'
again I
.. 2 to 3 centn short courses will be grain feed. CARL JOHNSCANDIDATE and property. Your voto and support am u I n., !
;" Hogs, as a rule bring Regular i June is the month when rust will he highly appreciated. and serve you honestly", r. .".1',. "
r :, pound more in September than In given in gardening poultry home mites are likely to do most damage One of the nationally known "If I nin elected your confidence I Irme Impartially. I will an I lai. tound 1M 1
thus it seems advisable Improvement, food conservation commercial feeds companies has will never be violated. vole at the coming prreral itt
January; to the crop of oranges ac FOR Respectfully, elections It. ,,. lfjii,
for Florida farmers to market their nutrition'! personal hygiene. and cording to J. R. Watson. entomol Issued a chart giving Information I Lake l3utler.FJa.J.M. MANS 11. D... K W '''Yl>

hogs as early as possible D. E. leadership. The courses will be with the Florida Experiment about the needs of the dairy cow. : FOil HI.IIII"I' -
oRlut: I Voters! of the
. ; Timmons, marketing .specialist taught by extension home demon Station. Tbey do not care for cit Thin chart states that a cow gvlng I Tax CollectorA I To Fifteenth the Democratic Kenatorlnl District! TOro the Dumociatlo:: vot, 1' 1Ir..

: ., with the Florida Agricultural Ex stration workers. .including! num run until the oil glands begin U two gallons of milk a day does not Many of the voters both. Bradford. I hereby County announcefor

tension Service recently .exph lne,1 ber of county home demonstration appear In the rind. Then they; need any grain if she Is kept on a and above Union senatorial counties, which district. comprisethe urged sheriff of this coun ubiett' .",

.1 In a radio address from, VVRUF.. agents, and' others. Everybody cause the well known russetlng flush green pasture and suppliedwith BRADFORD COUNTY BOY I me, prior fo the death of Senatoi! the action of the voU lie "'-,I [
Democratic ,
... : Most of Florida hogs are sold will receive general training In all which lowers the quality of the a salt and bonemeal. There Education ondBunlnestt. ExperienceQuallflra :' Democratic Johns, to enter nomination the race as for senate the promising lug If elncted prln a ',ll' C llot I

; during the winter when there l Is a I IJ' the courses and specific<<: training In fruit. Rustmites do most damage are many such cows In the state Ale to Fulfill DutleH iiOffice In the coming primary election tcbe est. and efficient perfm '( "I:"

surplus for sale and, prices are lowest selected ones. durinhot!\ dry weather, and those but most of them are being fed of Tax: Collector this held method In June of ,making 11)32..) I my now forma tak.! duties supnprt, of la said respoctfull office )V .I..4!5155 ?

: Florida producers *should right A truly recreational program on are the conditions likely to prevail high priced grain instead of the This> I... the first limn I have asked announcement for thin Importanloffice. tAULtl&'lI : i KMOXJ

,, ; fully claim the early fall market which entertaining features are just before the rainy season. green pasture, and forage crops, he citizen. of Bradford for an office to carefully. I ask consider each and my every randldacv, vote;: ,, hereby annnun. lid! '

i ., since their climate permits the not lacking has been planned. Extensive Since rtist-mltos multiply rapidly said. at their hands., If I am the nominee I pledge efficient I for sheriff of Urndfury. PI"

: I r growing of feed crops much earlierthan training in community recreation groves should be watched care Results of two years' experimentsat Owing to 8Itpt" ;'nd" 1:1I :,.

I .' in the Corn Belt. We are not l leadership will be given fully. the Louisiana Experiment Sta- IIUA been impossible for me to I Luka Puller, Fla. HAL, y. J1AINES 1'rlmary. W, J I fil-i .1111;

: /sure: Just how much* more It costs to certain groups. I The rust-mite remedy is sulfur, tion with little or no grain Indicate carry out my plan to make a complete At the solicitation of ninny friend. I I hereby announo, aid,,

,,1:, to get a pig ready for the mnrkct A particular feature of this I either In the form of flowers of: that the production ia about canvass. of the county but I I I have derided to beonino a candidate for sheriff of 1-tradfnrd) IUI; i iV

r. :i ;. In September than In December year's short course will be n num lime-sulfur The 61 percent of that for cows on for I State Henatnr. Ifith senatorial ject to action of (hi. at j Ib,
sulfur or spray. Ilrndford .,
YOUR: SUPPORT: AND' VOTE ONJUNE district compilslng primary June Tth. I h ?, '
:' ?Mr Timmons mild but It dues seem ber of different contests between economical way to combat rust pasture and a full grain ration. I and Union ('011 n tie... If elected I citizen. of the county all ," ir..n;?

4 -.c that a farmer can afford to go to county teams in giving demum.tra-// mites Is to be constantly on the Over a three-year period at the : 1TIt WILL BE promise faithful and conscientious have never asked. for ni., tr'' Ih.l
APPRECIATEDPaid service and snoctfullv solicit the hands of the voters 1 1j lects]
'1 a a little extra expense and. trouble tions of various kinds.At watch nnd find them first. To find same Station the cost of butterfat support of all Democratic, voters at j promise the cltfxens. i,i II., "'nl''

I to get from $4 to J8 more for (men the short course winners of the mites growers must have a per! pound was 19 cents less duringthe Political Adv. I II! the June 1'rlnmrv.. efficient. law enforcem .A-lthoi- I II
.. i S*,
7. ... 200-pound hog by fattening It for the state. health contest and state I small hand lens, which should magnify period of summer pasture than I !: and showing vote will i artlallty be nppre.OHtA ,..'SIPS"

.. the early market. clothing contest will be announced. I about 10 times, and must become during the winter months.If Riverside' -G. & E. Department FOR nii'itti'a'rt'i'ii: ': I : IIMIOMIUOIt 'N\mV\ :
,, have usually Improved winners will represent Florida milk is at below $1.20 Store opened opened for business. : I respectfully announce my candidacy
Winter prices' 'Hie selling ,
with Brad ,
acquainted for Representative of I : : "NCIIOOI It<> til I)-llt) ,
: : by March but during the at the National Club Congress In per hundred pounds. Mr. Brown believes Palmetto -5, 10 and 25: cent I ford County, auliject' to the will of I lake this method "r d i uncmfi

?. Inwt two this was not the this fall.1'ltfJOIC.W upperance. that the most economical store of La Favor and Co., opened ; the Democratic voters of tho cnmlnirprimary my candidacy for nieml, ? ' yearn Chicago under the .
l will be seen ,
They I eLection Juno 7, 15l2. If board from Schnol fli l lt
;' caw. Thin change Is likely due tci' ; -i D i __isii __ .-.i n lens us/ small straw yellow wedge production is obtained from cows for business in Manatee County nominated: and elected I will; diligently comprising* North Stnrk.: tui (r.utt,
the depression to less foreign buy. : ;: I'liiCK.s: I on good pasture and roughage. State Bank building. falthfullv and fearlessly. do subject, to the will ,,< h( Den"
but cannot be Been
shaped Insects I everything that I can that will help rratlc voters, In the mi 'IK BIThI?
.;. i. log and to storage holdings. With I'OK" 1\I.\NI'I.\'fI'UEU) by the naked eye. Rust-mites are : Among the best crops for Florida Brooksvllle Active work on the majority fit the citizens. of Bradford June, T, 1932. If no: "mtertelecled 1ft'
., S .. these facts in mind, the prospects )".\It\1: OOODS NKC'KNSAKVl!? : have dairymen to grow for green governmental project at Chinsegut Pounty and the State of I'lorIda. I prornlxe, Ia. w I '0' tt,.|
active but those that
.. quite .
._ Will attempt and aid In placing burst Interest of all fhlionli> rlirrnclfonl
for hog prices during the next year I been killed by fungus diseases will forage or to cut and store in the hill started recently with W. F. the stilt on, a business basis. I will county nml I .ncntlyitl
.. will be about ; millet Ward, agricultural expert of University Klnuervly uppreclnte your support. licit your vote and supiiKespectfully .
: are that they highest (By Spuds Johnsun.) be brownish in color and of course, silo are cattail or pearl sorghum '
0. nnNNCR:!:!
September and October that they such Japanese cane, and cow peas. of Georgia In charge. I
During we
1.; !\ depression as Inactive. A few trees in all parts J I -
; will he from 2 to 3 cents less by are now In, the farmer Is the Meet of the should be examined I Corn and soybeans1 make a crop on r, I take this. method of ftnnnnnclnBmy I .... .."\ Iy'I'\ ; ;; i ] '
grove vundldiicy ron the off Ire nf Tleprespnatlve. a "candidate,, for memtit, *, i ichc'
:y Dt'cemberlnd that they will not to got it in the neck, the last to every few days. On trees fully exposed -I the more fertile soils. Cattail millet HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES I I favor reduction of eel. board district No. 1 I d.i. tv" "I'trIO') i iIHK

Improve much by March. quit getting it In the neck and the to the the mites preferthe cowpeas Sudan and other I aries and taxes and rigid economy precinct one nllrl'. 'su -iiHn
c ; sun
11 11Vf'ekly along nil linen of our state work to the action of the I Den,. rntl, p.nancy lI
Facing such an outlook, farmers one who gets It In the neck the north side, while on shaded grasses may ,be sown in rows toj I [\ from home Demonstration Should I honored with the nomination election to .... hetn? :unI\!

i ; ________ must do two things. They must hardest. Yet t probably less complaint trees most of them are likely to be graze during the summer over a Specialist Tallahassee I anil Afterward. .election Ip.oml..e Tf elected I promise th Mlienit' '',
,, I to the bent of my ublllty the district and conn: ; :'h. I I.
t. market their hogs as early as powaible and less real suffering wide area pC ,.the state. Perma. .
c. on the southeast side. When any honest and faithful I nervlcH.T. service of which I sin i|>.ic?>U Tou
.; .j to get the best ptlces, and come from the farm than considerable number are found say nent pastures",can be established -. I V. PINHOLSTER.ri ( support will be npprn-liitid,

they must cut production costs" to such times.Recently and will furnish grazing through. HAY VEWSOM;
0 from the city during I isually two or three under the I FOR ECONOMICAL: DIETS! KIlINTRVI: >K\"r HP SCHOOLS!
: the very bottom. Every labor nndfeed I two leading. southern small lens the affected trees shouldbe out most of the year In Florida. ThroiiRTh the solicitation or many r hereby nnnou'nre it If idldate IIn
? device should be used I .. .. of my friends and my desire to again for re-election ..rnbpr o'
saving been -- -
; ; farm papeis have conductinga sprayed or dusted. I be your Hchool superintendent, I deHire the school board ill.ti, : in
plenty of cheap fi-i'd should be campaign; : for more equitable conditions Dusting In quicker, and more (IIIN.MlF.imV IS HOST The body needs fuel to keep it to announce myself es a candidate I Interested, .solely I III, Ih.I1om'. I "

; .. s... raised at home and some form of the farming class asa and TO CITUUSIIITEFLY) warm and to give it power to work. for-thls position, subject to the of tuir county III'hn..11111.1. II) work<
j among for the larger groves : I '
.. practical primary. If nominated and as a member of the Imu" the pit'
.. sanitation system should be adopted [ whole; One has been urging a a better coverage Is usually obtain, I Dark grains are important in low- elected l promise: : n faithful performance two years" meets with y'I'prora' ,
Infestation is cost diets because contain the duties of thin offlc-e. In the Juiu prIma
to insure against worm Congressional Act looking towardthe 1 While the chinaberry tree a they your support
.n 4 Is breeze. The dust
ed i If there no Your vote are solicited and will) will be appreciated pli-ilxInK' II"Hitme
and thun prevent losses of plgx Htahltzatlon of the dollar, and does not kill the eggs and must beautiful ornamental, it is a host valuable parts usually taken away be highly appreciated' Ynur respee-. cnnsi'lentloiis. atti If- .r Ii?"
of meat from this should not in milling' All grain foods are fully 1[. B. WIGGINS.- :: office.JAMKS.
; r ; and in quality : It .seems that such an act may be not be washed off within three daysor to citrus whiteflies and duties of the
: cause. Mr. Timmons advised. talkIng 'passed. as one has already been In all the eggs may not hatch and be planted near citrus groves Unless cheap body fuels; combined with T hereby announce, mvnelf a candidate : -

I ._ the matter over with the county troduced. If the dollar could be be killed. Spraying is usually it ia! sprayed for whiteflies Justas milk they are also good for body for ,le-elertlon to the, .office, ofuJJ..rlnt..ndent "MHMHKIt SCHOOL IIO Ull -'III*. >

I;. t : agent stabllzed It would be of benefit to cheaper and more practical for the citrus trees are, according to J. building. One-fifth of the food dollar Bradford 'ounty.of Public Your Instructionof vote and I hereby re-elertkm announce ns menilu'i my 'andidirYFor "if !th'

i -.. the farmer unquestionably. For j Watson R. Watson, entomologist with the should be spent for cereals such support will he appreciated.Respectfully. school board from district! ]. undl IfeltecI !
small Mr. recommends -
.o grower. A. J. ORIFFISTo the du-
_ will continue to
N EUlt; () FARMERS II\\'F. Instance the farmer needs long a 1 to 50 or 60 formulafor Florida Experiment Station. ns oatmeal wheat cereals cornmeal ties of the office' my very beet It'.t.t..n t

: 9. PM5NTY TO EAT BUT time credit. He can't' borrow today rust-mites, which will also kill "The chlnaberry breeds whiteflies flour, rice and macaroni the voters. of nradford county Ion. Your .,",ort noilcltfrt .od
t hereby candidacyfor SUV
announce II
"AIN'T GOT NO MONEY": and In 30 60 by millions during summer and and breads. Some whole-wheat my will be appreciates
repay or days. six-spotted mites. A 1 to 40 is best th" superintendent. o1 Public InHtructlon. -
: ; i And If he borrows when a bushel If mites fall" he snid. "The last brood which bread as well as 'white bread, I feel that I am qualified I hereby announce an a 'IIndldoto t.
purple are present. ,
:: The farmers of Florida of I.. worth dollar and then emerges in August or Septemberwill should be used every day. Buy : for Maid office and promlsa to faithfully for member of the schm-l, )Itearut the
; E1; negro corn Lime-sulfur will burn tender I discharge tie duties. of same I trl"t 2, comprising' Hnnth, "larK
r: .' usually answer "Yes sir, Boss we tries to repay when it takes two fruit If It is applied when the temperature move to the citrus. Thus foods loose Instead of In boxes to II'th best of mv ability. Your vote Theressa. and Sampson CIIJ, tappreciate will I"'

./ :t :' got plenty to eat but we ain't got bushels of corn to be worth a dollar Is over 90 degrees. Neither chlnaberry trees should not be allowed whenever possible. because they are be appreciated.Respectfully, I* H. PUTCtrJuie \ ,. the Primary your JulIe vote 71h. and uppn.11

no money" when asked about their to all intents and purposes he the sulfur spray or dust should to grow In a citrus commun cheaper., -- -- W.. C. MAncltoMf.Milton "'

i: condition explains W. T. Nettles Is repaying! two dollars for one, be applied for at least two weeks ity. If spraying is resorted to, two Waffles FOIl T\X COI.LF.TOEt I Nfiiooi. IIU'\I\lJ--;':

district egent with the Florida Agricultural unless the things the farmer has to applications should be given, one I hereby announce my candidacy I hereby announce. ti. 'lf a ..u
:. L after an oil emulsion spray. To make about six waffles use to succeed" myself an Tux Collector. 'chn,
: Extension) Service, who buy have come down proportionately --'S In the late spring and one about 1 I 1.3 cupfuls flour, 1-2 teaspoonful of Bradford county subject to the board.dldnte, for District member. No. :1 of, viumprW",.u ";
Democrat ba heM
has recently visited\ a large number In price. the middle of June." "salt 2 teaspoonfuls baking powder, primary' on Hampton Oraham, Brooker and Wlllver
Ii 4JIKI.S STUDY POt'I/TKY I June 7th, 1932 1 have tried torender tn t I")
: ; : of negro farms with the negro With ref 'rence to this, one of 1 I cupful milk 4 tablespoonfuls fat you. faithful honest and efficient subject to I promise election t II .111'

i? county agents In the central part these papers'" says: "Prices on various i Windowless closets may be made and 2 eggs. Mix and sift the dry 'office"service as your. during Tax Collector." my first term I earnestly of- June for. a primary.fair den; I equal I rlKhU '.

,. .'. of the state. conunodlllcH have fallen during Tampa. Fla. -The: members' of less dark If the inside walls and Ingredients two or three times. solicit your support and If and partiality to none.ltqeipvtfUliy .yours.J. .

J .: In one of the counties, 25: farms the depression as follows: Coal the Lutz-H club for girls recently woodwork are painted a gloss Combine with melted fat, milk and elected, you again the same I shall service continue as to I haveIn render II: }'CEl.i.Y

were visited and all except one reported 10 percent chemicals and drugs visited the leading poultry farms white. 'Kg yolks and fold In stiffly beaten the past CARL A. KXIOIIT. I hereby announce-, myself a '.r'

:'.. ',; plenty of home-grown sup 21, metals and metal products 24 In this section to study poultry 0.- ..... ... .... ._ ._ whites last. Bake as soon as I respectfully announce myself. a dlditte I for re-election to 1 llu Ntsubject >
) ,. plies to take care of the family' and building materials 26, nonagricultural management and to consider methods combined.: Heat the waffle iron candidate, for the office of Tux Collector of School Hoard tho. action for Dlntrlc of "" K"1> ,

I : livestock needs. This oiYe had products 27, hides and leather for improving their own backyard until it snaps when a dropof :. subject to the action cif the emetic. primary to June 7, J9U.I?i I
Democratic voters at the primary of '
i.! cornbread, potatoes, and but 31 textile 38 flocks, according to Miss Al- plpcted) 1 promise the sam. fair 5'
: peas products products ATLAS cold water hits It. Grease onlyif June 7th. I feel that I an, In every administration "> fit J
no meat. Practically everyone of and farm products 53 percent.Yet lie Lee Rush, home demonstration it is made of iron. Allow fouror way qualified to Hive the duties. of tIcs Impartial of th.. office Utah I -i,ta vc I "
the office efficient and ,
competentservice. II'"" 51usuillIort '
';ih' the other negro farmers had a gar Southern farmers have continued agent. five minutes per waffle. Serve Pledging a full and faithful derail In the.solicited past. You..'"'.1 willhighly I

den with u number of vegetables In to work, to produce and to while crisp and hot with maple discharge" of the dutle. of the Is' '
The Standard Oil office to the best of ability I BPP>"c'atndarunBNc-Y
: i it. a few chickens, and a couple of sell at the going price. "If farmers / syrup or honey and butter.To solicit and will nppVeclate you support ,

.,_ pigs, and many of them, had a milk had held the value of their servicesat make sour cream waffles substitute In the coming primary.Respectfully ". ('0"1"10'..:..-"'..,

-d cow. Some of them had as high as fixed prices as city people in Tire GuaranteedOne 1 cupful of sour cream for ('Aft!. JOHNS ("Olllak.. this method u's.el,.f ...,;"ouncl"IllIn

., .. a thousand pounds of home-cured many Instnnres have done, millions YearFrigidaire the sweet milk and fat. To make roil CI.KIIK OP cinct'ir ('tRill't county my. "lIndlll."y..ommi..loner for for district T'

meat, and most of them had a fair of farmers today would be out of honey cream waffles add 1 tablespoonful I hereby announce myself a candidate 1. I .ollclt your Vole and .,,JppO
: for the office of Clock of the and If re-elects.I, will ..lrll' 'r 51r
supply. work. of honey to the liquid In. Circuit Court of Bradford County I the ,IIHtrl"t and coullty tIll JtIIt SC
: I Living at home Is one of the major The farmer l Is a big buyer of .............. redients.- subject to the will of the voters at vhs of which I am rtt'"ij'pn'
the coming primary June Tth. I am : ;
things which the negro county manufactured products. lie cannot Oatmeal fully conscious of the duties of this __ .

nnd home demonstration agents are afford to buy In a market Important office and feel that I am luau.A '.
under the of Add 1 cupful of oatmeal to 2 1-2 ably fitted to perfurm, them In an ( I''ry, ('0"10":11-, : ,d,
advocating. guidance .r
where the scale of manufac-
price efficient' manner.. Never having asked t the solicitation r
.. ... ; the white extension .specialists. cupfuls: of scalded milk and 1 teaspoonful for an office In the court house before have conM..nt..d to mnk III "1.,1(
____ -I '. of salt. Cook In double I promise. If elected, to give (I',,"nty ('001 m I..r. r. .1..1'
There are seven county '. I''
negro faithful and efficient service. Sn. a of n..adfor" ( .lInIY
honest dill
.. ; agents and seven negro home demonstration OVER /APITAL punishment the three boiler, stirring occasionally for 40 Your support, Is r".1"lfully solicit I proinine to dIHrhn,'''' ,I'' ,
r agents located' in 13 WORkED ,4 for Arson in Athens minutes to one hour. Serve with ed.! .-A. J.' THOMAS. my Inc'umh"t Ability. .pon.Your m.suppor'tn ''it'I'

Florida counties and two state su NERVES anted electric refrigerator raisins or chopped prunes, or with To the Voters of Dradfoid County. and, will be ap".cll..rlL. ,

I pervisors. I Tk t I.. Is earlr Alhrs. _.1. .r..m sugar and cream or milk. Florida: I. CUNXIrrt
: .i, + II ...1....... .5. "...10. la A.rrto> .....r. Anna Mae Sikes. I am a candidate for re-el,ct Ion -mysidate II ltd
----- hereby announce
'l to the office of Cleik of circuit
.nM I. ...er.lv bull. oils ky lon' > inmlstdoner 01
...... f aoi li> lilt UIKL.S TO ....... ...-. I I...* I. no nfmff. fromth Court, ttradfnrd, County Florida and.arnestiy for re-election from district as Xr> >' IfrKB .
-- (UTII1<:n nmliSI'A.: .. I IDS* .... *l the In. N..lo..1.l *- '.. solicit your suppoft 'and K ..11
.. ._. .,m. .:. S 'S + .S + >- I vote at the June Primary, election.I elei-ted I will continue .1
.1 police p..ath.g :
4-11 Cl.l'Ii SIIOKT ('I'USE .pon. ....... promise to render faithful, honestand district and county the \*
.. and ....... n>snI For sale by careful ....rvll.... Itespovtrully, I of which I am capable. J"""
... ....lrl.._
ft. W. AMlHItMANrotrvrv nl.lCri,
.. Tallahassee, Fla. About 600 Arras m.y loa .._01 l by ....n" seeking, I. fill MTV 1051 MICCI! (),": '.
.. .l.r 1Smith's "The Voice of Florida" ft ...'lInJl I' I hereby announce myirdldnte "
4 Florida 4-It club girls from over 30 ....a.e, s .)roni U ,or s rrl'' ls l. To the 1'01&Democratic voters of Bradford for rf-tlectIon as > I'
:.. sUns "ill''be ....lf lo pr.*..il ilihosm .. inlsxloner. District 3. I Ifnf ;
counties are expected to gather rr .. I. u.. ..iilii, ..e .....rfWork County, Florida; .ctcrmtlnue '
lour m ServiceStation -.-.-.-.-'-. 'S S I hereby announce niy', .cnm1ldacv toy district re-et
I here Friday. June 3. for the annualMoreTears\ nr.!I........ I. your enl; MurUy a to succeed. myself. as c-ounty judge 10 give the peoplford ttl l I'
_Isrt properly. 1_ The Florida farm hour to be of t Bradford county subject to theT'emncratlc ) county a faithful I I am
I, primary to be held Tuesday performance nf I the dull h\
broadcast from noon to 12:45: EST. June 7. 19.12 This announcement fie*. working always fInterests ""
HAROLD: C. WALL each day next week from WRUF i I orl..th'a with a ieellnr that of the entire f ,
I'NDKIlt"T )
In which I haveserved J. L. \
INSURANCE will present the following talks by I! you us county Judge, I have : .5
of Youth College of Agriculture workers and rendered faithful honest and efficient hereby announce my" ,
; a Starlce Fla. :I service to all, and at all times flldiite' for; election asmissioner ",.J
others. ,
STARKE FLORIDA from District
In such manner a. to Justify me as '1.<1'
I I ..... _, I Sat., June 4--.Florida farm News I r see It In submitting my candidacy Stacks, Bradford. county.anil". IIIhe

: / Hints. Farm Editorial Snapshots. to:. you for solicit your consideration.andIf I I will best give service the district of which" I "" ri
earnestly support
; I :. IIP TO can In work. Care of your 'able nespectfullv stmhmltt'tMAL.LOhtY.. ..
your Mon., June 6-Summer again, honored by being elected as TIr1l1t
every n.rr at high tension. Citrus Groves-E. F. DeBuak. your county jml.re. I shall continue
No wonder Wake Up Your Liver Bile to render faithful, honest and efficient I "
at the wife .:1&-111.
you snap I! ; Farm Flashes from Washington. ...rvlc.. Respectfully. COtTNTV roMMI"".0'11 :
and bark at the children. myselfIIdste
lEO:: A. UARDINER:' I hereby announce
Watch out I Overworked Tues., June 7..Mealy: Bugs on for re-election all
ti T aerrea may lead to S1eepl.a.nez. *. !! Hulks In Storage-J. R. Watson. At the request. of friends, and due rommlsslonsr from district firiihIf ( a'
; and
-Without Calomel I Hampton Theressn
consideration thereof I hereby announce I''
., Nervous Headache, NeTToo i Farm Question Box. j I to the voters of Bradford :: Wdthl continue: I a
Indigestion and a host of Wed., June Winning 4-11 club 'ounty my" candidacy. for the office I the. serviccapable r:
other disturbance -- of Oounty Jtidire to be voted on In of. I solicit your .1,
annual short
unpleasant boys at their course .le'
Why don t try Dr. MuW And You'll Jump Out of Bed If this bDe .Is sot lawful fnely. you food the June. Primary. Being a icraduate and, vote at the primary IUN.: '
will tell of their club experiences.Thitrs. (I.
of University Law H.hool and
: "stenty.! .. glvfS: to your skin that..; Effervescent Nervine Tablet? doeuTt di,.U It $Just 4ray U the bowels.Gu It In the
some years practice of law "
9-The Fish Industry
clt..vivacious.' : .. youthful touch: Jast one in a half glui ofwater in the Morning Rarin' to Go blasts up your _.11. Yon .bare a I feel fully qualified to sarre you as 'OI"TY f MMI1, .IO\KHr: l'''mt- .
aad tnath Is foul lUaoUn I a Valuable Resource to County Judge. If you see lit to I my' < .
$llemishes/ and wrinkles yield tt.I..scln 4 makes a pleasant sparkling (thick bad taste root hereby announce
_____ .: Florida" --- Nathan Mayo. elect me I promise that you shall dldnti for county cmmiscnet
: ting Ivory toned Beauty that drink delightfully soothing If you feelllOW' and mink and the bnaka out in blamlshsi...... .beadtchM : have "honest faithful efficient and j I I. comprising, ItronktTKlv % I

eke From to over-taxed nerveo. world look punk, don't swallow a lot and you teal down aad eat.Your wbole : FrI., June Continuation of unbiased service. I earnestly solicit .r. If elected I proml I
.. : away years your appearfree. Dr. 1111_' Nervine U now << salts mineral water oil. laxative tystem Is poWo..... taVka by 4-11 club boys. I, your .support and vute In Ih.1 fill performance of the flutnfTlfe.
,1 Start Its use today.ORIENTAL. made In forma and primary June 7th. 1t33. I I solicit and will "l'<
two -Liquid candy, or chewing gum and expect It talus thoM. food oM CARTER'8UTTLI The National 4-H club radio I Respectfully, the support and vote nf ad!

Effervescent Tablet. Both baysthe them to make yon suddenly sweet LIVER PILLS to tt theM. two pounds!bU. broadcast over the NBC' network K. K. PEttUYMAN. I rats at the primary .. ".
same soothing effect and buoyant and full of sunshine. 7th. 0. %V. ANKHfc-4!
lowiof ntly sad make you f..l"up sad up. it noon June 4. will feature talks .
11.00 at drag star
FUll !
year T\K A"IlOl&t
CREAM I. For they can't do It. They only that eoatala wonderful, harmless, ....tI. widely known 4-H club leaders hereby announce myself a candl- I hereby announce ir"rdlditte

ORMrCCBNERVINE: move the bowels and a mere move- refutable attracts, amaalnf when It eomes to and music by America's favorite late for the office of Tax Assessor' for county commi" ,

OOURAUOs WIiq > ment doesn't ct at the cause. The I tntkinf the bile Bow freely. composers: as'" played by the U. S. ot will: Bradford of the county voters at subject the coming to the riot t., comprising If re-eUctcd flrouk"lvsr. I l'raontlnu ;*' ><.n' 1 11"
_"fleili$load.-.4R reason for your down-and-out feeling I But don't uk for Uvw pills.Ask few Carter's Marine Band. The program wUJcome lemocratlo primary .1"'IIn, to h. giving my: dl ,1 p'
% I: % U Br It should out two .... Held June 7th. In asklnr for this county faithful ami a informunce
.Is % P ** to*for raw. sat your r. pour Little Llnr POIa.Look, for the Carter'sUtua ; : from 12:30: to 1:30: EST. and rice. will say that I am thoroughly of the duties of the I.,
: r.1: "S-IWwYoott pounda of Uquid bile into your bowela lint Pills .. the nd ....... lUsent Florida stations to carry It are familiar with the duties thereof and and will always work fur 'thi

; TABLETS | dafly.- ..MbaUtt ataaanrav, onlJoe.K.c.l VJAX and FLA-WSUN. romlse. If elected to discharge the Interests of the county OSTES."
"tIles of said oltlce: la an Ilcleat ft. 'J.

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.. wer, read. I Cor. 6" 20. BAPTIST .tw..nl-on". yearn mid that there. In NOTICM '1'n OKBTOIH: AM) CHKD- spIc.It. 'MtSl'WtH'q 'Htl.K ""J

,June 4 no I..on within the. Htate of Klor irons Hereby notice I Ift .irlyen that UI' :t
I lda. Merxkt. upon whom woold he Notice la hereby .itlven that all'' der and l>:y virtue of that. '11"1..1',
.. I Shall Not Want -The Lord is Sunday school at 10 a m A J h"HllnlC upon the mil* defendant. It credltora. letratee. dntrlbuteen and final I derree. entered. bT lion .V / .

p! my shepherd: I shall not want. Thomas, tiupt. Be present and on IK therefore ordered that plaid| non- all iierHotm 'havlnvr clalme against Adkll.'II.lor.. .' of the circuit, ('nv, t
rfxltlfin defendant, bun J. Lucas be
' the eatata of T.V.. Klckllter.. deceaHed of 2Ititi Indicia) circuit of ''le. .*.*.

1.Uo LY.'s fOllow me all the days of ray life: One hundred and five on hand last '' > I the .hill ..r complaint" filed I In untilCHUN ( their olalina, to the Honorable raime wherelp 1>. W. Mooi eIn I
*- on or before Monday, the 4th of complainant C and /M. n. Hwludu.I I ,
((1.0. A. Juilite
and I will dwell In the house of the Sunday. Shall have a Sunday of P. otherwisetlii llniillnci. county C
. we I day July, A 1932 Bradford County Klorlda for his ind I his wife lleet hie Swindle are di' I
h Aisiiinto i ny led, an a light onto my, pttk.-P.ilm 119:105. Lord for ever.-Psalm 23: 1, 6. school picnic this summer for all allegation of .Maid bill will ttaken >.. approxal, withm one year. from% dateteieof fendnnlii the nndemtiined will aril : .

'. an cnnfeHxed by said ilcfond- or tilts notice will be held 1 In to the hlnhent hlddei for cash In ,
Why should you glorify God ? our people ? lUll front, of the :Hoitth: I>oor of the
All religious teaching doctrine or iar thereto and all pernona Indebted ooui' t \ '

jh1iii1n1kBuu;; ; creeds U they are to have, any claim Answer read Matt. 6:24: Worship at 11 a, m. and 8 p.| m. It be In further IOIIhll..h..1 ordered once a that work t his tcir order -4 to their enld anld oetate, dehta are forthwith.m.q'iCstei to to hoiiKe Klorldn.of on lirudford Monday' i-oiintv.the Gill I In St dav ar 1 of p. I'.

9 uve loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with June 5 Morning subject: "How to Promote roniecull\e, weekM In the Hiadfoid I lay he undemlitned, executor June. A 1 I' Ifl13 durlilfr the li'Bn I ),

., *on tm *of Jf m the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice The Way of Safety.-The Lord Christianity." Evening subject "I 1 County Teleiiriiph, a newnpaperpublished Thl. Hlh day: of April. A. n. MSS.IM hoiim of Male, the follow I ii,* denrli'-I d

o hf bnmS heart and of whom it was laid in John 7:46.: "NEVER MAN knoweth the of the righteous I am not Ashamed of the Gospel of I In intd county I: nm!. NtatcPom llrad, *. I V KU-KI.ITKH. Sit ed laiiile, 1 Ivlnir and hclng lit llrtul-
.. f way ; I I and ordered at 141''ark. iix\ll: M THOMAS, ford "'..,, "Iv.I Klorldn. t to-wlf:
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'" TAKE LIKE THIS MAN. but the way of the wicked shall \nnai.L I ford ( ..unl' y, I'Moriila. thin 2Slli day 4-S.9t.6-H!' icisecutorisMItiSu2M H\Vt4! of NK'4\ of Hi-ctlon a.. Town- ; )

4. of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to UNO this de- perish. Psalm 1:6. Wednesday 8 p. m. we join with I of Mav. 11.13! t>, W. At-DEIlMAN, rontahilnir lilp: ; T Soul 4(1(i nrree Hang, more 3t KnM: or!, ,le amid>.. .' \

I.LI p3torP news of church activities, organization and announce Can a man serve two Masters ? the other congregations for our ((101..1) Clvik Circuit ('mill.J. for the purpoxe nf ..lI"rI I tri" mild I II'cree. .
tot ,. .'
n* !I- KIIAXKIAttoinrv I-:, : II t'I..1I1K"
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LII.I'I. freely given and no charge made-the only requirement Answer read .Psalm 37: 11. second united mid-week service r.'Iolllllrr 6-3-M-7-1 t ,IC I
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0t5. Space I'UI\I \ 11:1.1'10'11: FrtAZKK '
' thIi such Items reach this office before Wednesday morninga June 6' This meeting will be In the Methodist ----- ------ .\At a meeting held on the. 4th davn >Sneclnl Mauler, In t Cltancery.. 1'1' I .

01If a* ihpy cannot be handled for current Issue.SVNUAY God Is Trutsworthy: Behold. God church. Last Wednesday eve 1 TKA1N !' ('IIEnlLEi : f !May. A. 11. lli.ia:\ I the liourd of KVU1IIT & KNIilllT. Stark, P-a| I:
toI..UL.II.t t il's for CoinplnliiHiit.Ollt I '
-' --------- will not cast! a perfect ning the service waa held In the rmintv vninmlKnloneri" of llradforil" I
away man fol- r..II.tt'G-3: 'I C
rouiilv I Klorldn, apptilnted; I the }
the keeper of the prison. i Our schedule changes Sunday -- ----- --- C '
1 neither will he uphold the evildoers.. Baptist church. louliiMlerke I : : nnd I In"'pucttira, for I the --- -- 'IC

SCHOOL | "After these things the butler of .. Job 8: 20. B. Y. P. Sunday at 7 p. m. The May 22nd and trains will run ns primary election to I h' held oil the \ M) ;' ::. tc
Tth t 'I\V of .Inlie.I A. n. 10.12: :
In Ormlt'
LESSON I the king of Egypt and his baker Who shall inherit the earth ? Answer young people are keeping up this follows: Precinct, Number, one, Ijiwtey : ((1Haiold Klorlda. I In chancery.Tho court llrndfui'd. County.' I J\\

I had offended I The King S S and rend Jaa. 1 ::5.June union upendldly. We are all glad I No. 1 Southbound local due I i IVnrcc, ulerk.: .1 ii. no's 1 UoHler!. trunleeti* of I Hampton Mperlnl' Taxchool : ,
T., T I lllMckliiii I and VivA Mooro.. I In.ect I
he put them into the prison the 7 that Mrs. Thomas who lately came! Slarke, 10:50:: p. m. ,sIi
,fl t JUNE 5, 1932 Place:> where Johcph was bound God's Opportunity --- The sacrifices to us from Palatka Is leading our I! No. 31. Southbound local due Kumlier"' 'r IVC North t I I Kfadford" t County: Klorldn. ... liody /I'
corpornle and the I ion rI of
: Stnrke-' : V. Si-ott. clerk : .1. 'V Kickliter. : !
.- and they dreamed each man his of God are a broken spirit: young people In Bible 'study" and Starke 9:20: a. m. I I I Aubrey" !Moore nnd K. M I llc I I nm' ruction: for llrnilfnrd t Coun: : ,
the butler No. 107 Southbound limited due ... ty 1. ii,ilda., .a tituly. .. corporate
roflePh the Worker. dream in one night a broken and contrite heart. 0 God Christian life. mnn, ins ti. trs.I N..r-I Petit lonernTile
SubJ'] I I'lccltirt I Number, Three1. "
Text: "Seest thou a man and the baker." In Genesis Ch. 40, thou wilt not despise.Psalm 57 : 6- Starke 10:27: a. m. "tnrkoT., N. ... .....lr".I k, cleik.: II I.' I v". ,
Golder read what these dreams CANNOT : No. 2 Northbound local due I \'.'. Mtillver Stntc, of Klorlda.. e( III
his business ? He shall you can 17.. TAKK K.\l.IXTS: Di'inoieM K I U I. V I n limit olid I KeupondnntNllolld .
11.Mni' .0 22:29. were. Joseph told them' their! wisdom ? Answer 1"IUnll'OI.I.JSH 1M.ACK I Starke 6:19: a. m. I liiH| ectorNlreclnct \ \nlldntl. ,
., md I're. kings. Provo : How may we get i Number I Konr' Cl.l'n hii VII:
Text Genesis 39-31.: dreams meant that within three read-Kings 3:9.: I No. 12 Northbound local due AV. '1'. Mi'Kvcr. clcik I.. C. Smith.t'Im'sIpy TO :Til K CITIKNHMI: '1':0PYI,1Jt4 :\ ,
: OK
I. Lessor B' 1715 Place. Egypt. days the baker would be hanged June 8 Florida. law docs not permit [ Starke 3:31: p. m. 'torn.KIIWK and It. H. Wamlln 111npei \I I T\X' HCIUHH. IIAMI'TOV!HIMTnil-T; fil'KCIAf M'MUKIl, : ., CI

,me Introuiiitlon: ""The accounts of until dead but the butler would be How God Loves : For God so election Inspectors to take ballots No. 108 Northbound limited due 1'reclnct I' No Klve, Hampton I : :: : 1.;: 'I1Iti't't'IN4iI4 1'"r" ; /I Ih'RIr".1: 1 I'oii"Ii"I >'- >1"I"rlo'n' ,t''
Starke 6:01: m. .T.Vvnn.. rleik 11 V. Naxon J. I i.! I
foung men Joseph and restored to his position with the loved the world that he. gave his away from the polling place for p. AilUlnH I nntl i "'. .1 i IN'IIV. InxpectotH' Tnklnotice, Illlil. I the nlio\p ,iiiiuilIl'lL"1" ,

e wv In a strange King, and so it came to pass. begotten Son that whosoever voters to mark elsewhere. Attor- Starke and Wannee 101 leaves I lrecln, Number HIv. Ther* II.Iohll I : "I1", ," 1"I... <.lh 'l tiy: of >tty. "
mid) '">th captives only .I ,, III1X. 1110',1.1011'I petition In .llm above ,
Starke 7:00: R. m. I Hnll. clerk. \. I, rlulllvan. l> .1.'.1.I .1.lillllpM
said to the butler "Whenit General Cary D. Landis ( April "'itItid I ,
will ever be favorites where Joseph believeth in him should not ney I'I,I I I I mid It H /Hulndell I I I, ItiMpecora. vaime and III (hi. ahove r
.ad. perlsh'l No. 102 arrives 210: p. m. x ist'lvled: .'oint for t ha \nlldiiilon I C ,, '
.' oral 'ourage and fidelity are valid shall be well with thee I but have everlasting life. : [ 11)) informed an inquirer. 1 iiorulH. of Hninplon of I C
Npei-lai I '
(fa our study of the life of pray thee make mention of me "All electors are required to \Vunncp. Urllll(' :I'reclnff M .1 Hnpp Numher rlerk Seven.; I). W.New Kellev Klver -, Hrhonl, I I IllHlilcl i No ni,I'm.,, Two, Tax or I C

I8epb Wf must constantly keep In unto Pharaoah and bring me out I 16.How may we become wise Answer come to the polling place and mark Mail closes, 7:00: a. m !<..C"*. Oiewfl and It. J. Turner, lnpcoora. 'llrndfoitl imonnt uf. Coiitilv 1oI"V"1I',: Thoiimiiul h'lorldtt.. in the i
1 '
V 1'' mod the great fact of God's over- of this house Yet did not the read -Mark 11:24.: their ballots in a private booth pro- Mull arrives, 2:40: p. m. I'rerlnrt". Number IllKht: Prookor: n. .iiuiluirlaed hy. 'Hie elect Ion liollnrH in .aid '1:1.1:I 1

We see Joseph. chief butler remember Joseph but June i 9) vided for that purpose and to depOMlt losing of Mull r I I.. /Miniver. clerk : I ll. I"". Hindi, J. ..llHtrkt, held on thi mill. ship, ofprll 4
ling, providence. forgot him." the ballot In the ballot box South )4. Moll I I.ii.i. O 12. Mcdiitiley litHpec- \ I 11:12.: ,ami tit. '''" h." Is'ti l lv the iI' t f(,
loved son of a fond and I"' 'petition of duly iiiialiried v..".." of ,
dearly Who Shall Enter: Mot 15. {-II}
lie father torn from his Two years later the King of I everyone themselves," the attorney gcncral'iiopinion No. 11, parcel post 6:15: a. m. .i K iiNnrRiiir.r., .Hnld .dliitilct I, I ,,, 11.1 liv I ih.. renoliiiionn I I f QHtaike.
Li njulgent that aalth unto me Lord Lord I'Cii,I r 11111 Ii, I llonul i.f County t '"".1 ,pl'1"'<'''111",,*"" "f "" ''ll I'oiird of
had dream which stated. No. lO'i letters! special
greatly deliveryand
to Egypt a i I rnlillu liiHtrin,,
nriy. surroundings and subjected shall enter Into the kingdom of Cutnml. .4hlonreAltevt' lion for, )liimifoid, 1"
with all the troubled him "And he called for all : "Where an elector H. unable to special handling 10:00 a. m. i on ut v. 1'Moi-Ulii.\ ''' ,and I thni, 'on th., 40 ".
Egyptian slavery heaven but he that doeth the will dav of Vln I ll'.l'J': .
; tin oniei" b.1 out .
of and all the mark his ballot without assistance. NorthNO. a w. Ai.nrenMAN.
the M"
magicians Egypt if
to that condition ahoe Couil
Udsjilps Incident of My Father which is in heaven.- 'I: \ : ; iiKaliiHi: I Instate i.r IL
We see him exposed to the wise men thereof: and Pharaoh the statute requires that two 12. parcel pout and letters Cleik, tn rioard. IS"((1-41-5-37 l-'loildii rHiinliliiH,, ,, It to uliow:, cnu-i, >

['lost. persistent and strongest" kind told them his dream; but there was Matthew should 7 : 21. ? Answer members of the board of Inspectorsshall ,3:13: p. m. :lit lit-fiiio lila.'; the,itrriiii Honorable i lit ti:*l...\mi A* i...Adklni..__ I .. l' ;:L\\.

C, if temptation In the house of his none that could interpret them unto How we pray assist the elector. One member No. 108 letters, special delivery Olll>iit f>l" l'I'III.u''rIO'l0'' I Knulfoid ('on lit'1 y;,"Klorliln.; ';; ;at' '
f 116. II\ .
Pharaoh." read-tlt'b. : of the board cannot act alone and I special handling, 5:30: p. m. ,\ n'I'U'I"1'0 P i'PIl! tIC 1'IHS!. A., II on /Niitnril.iv.. : May lINIh.' '' I
resisting ,
steadfastly Hiilil hond
and ,, .
aster, i chief butler told Phar- 1SFA'ENTII In this respect." Night mall closes at six o'clock. TO-: lIn.l..hnrl. It. Mcirny) unit wife, vallilaleil!, ami' .., elioulil, C
accused and Then the I'f.
un- Murv : O.StetkheiiMrtn ; : : :
nd then falsely DAY AIENT1STIlaptisin M. MrKlrny find Wlllnnl TMKIICKtllllO t I : ; 'lqT: :; : j I C
ustly Imprisoned In an original aoh how Joseph had Interpreted his No.1. due at 11:12: p. m. niul wife, 1 lOllMtilielhHtei COM MAN 1 voit ? '?''I! PlietI, Of AUK;:;, I
discomfort. dream. \LF-YEAH PI.ATKSKKFKCT1VK No. 2, due at 5:19:] a. m. / >h<*ni irison, suffering untold of enc'h of whom IN ln. FarKevlllt. AdkltiK' .jp..llr 'fI
1,8, patience courage and faith Joseph was brought before the (Continued.) JUNK I lilue UUlIS'ht'Cluh'_ New Yin k : 2''," "IT, >It." "I I I lie,our courllioiiH"Half) "" ,

his King who told his dreams that Motor Vehicle Commissioner W. Dally effective Jan. 1, 1932. YOIT A III" IIKTlRriV NOTIiriKD HtiirhH, I Mrailford I I t Colinlv: 'ioi I
eld him steady during years of His min- I Mint ynu linen ininle' pRrtv' ilofenilitnt -
and unjust accusation 7 fat cattle came up out of the 14. At the beginning S. McLIn Monday announced that Northbound--5:03: a. m, 1 :B9) p. IIavli.: I Kill of Complaintflleil and II I, a.I Hluiw in on t servitude
at r what example did Jesus set i Hiim If any you '
river Nile and then 7 thin starved Instry persons purchasing new automo- m, 4:09: p. m., 8:19: p. m. In I Ilio OlriMilt Court of Klorl.ln, why sail, liouilM, nhoitld mil. he.
,and hnprisonment7'Jacob for the benefit of His followers ? ?lIlh .Itnllrliil' "Orrnlt In nml for ililled I ... ,
C cattle which devoured the fat cat biles after June 1 will be allowed Southbound- -9:34: a. m., 12:34: p. Bradford County I In Clmneerv I II In nlloKallonii >nflrnie l ; otliuiwlMv I in
lived at Hebron and sent "Then cometh Jesus from Galilee to to half ra., 4:34: m, 12:50: a. m. I Unit. rerlllln' ritllHi' entitled I The. Keil. of Hnld petition
and use llcen.it costing p. titken
tie; also 7 good ears of corn; year tags nil confeHKed I hy .,. '
ite older sons with his flocks tbthe Jordan unto John to be baptised of 5" 1111.11".1 l litink of Pnlumhln, Plainlirr. It YOU : I .
7 bad blighted ears which destroyed : just half the price of the regular Tickets and Information atSmlth's I verniiH, I llalxltMid I U McKlrov: etnl. notlro. futther" ordered, Hint M"y'I '
Inpulillnhed I I
grazing lands around Shechem him. Matt. 3: 13. Service Station next to defendant, wh..I" the .inItitIrtscks onen a. wn-k
told tags. .
the good ears. Joseph '' .IIH."nv.',I I
i'jri" weeks" Imfure
10 miles north. Jaob: said to 15. What remarkable experience to rmerhiHe .n Hen of the. mortmiire I :
the King "The seven good kind are ?_ _- courthouse. grlvtMi hv: I HnlHtrnil, It. Mrl'Zlrnv. : dny of .Mnv, mill: i III, .. C I C'.
Joseph "117 years old ) "Go I pray attended the baptism of Jesus? --- ,,4 wlr.I .. Maty M. McKlrov.:' ,t'overltiit 1 "KV: ". .K'.1I1'h.' n llewi.|., I'i' I
whether l I. is well with seven years; and the seven good when He was bap Avon Park New lease signedfor I h.. r"II"III'" denrrltied properly InI.It"r,1 llNheil lit NinrKo' llradf.iid. (.... I CC
thee, see "And Jesus _-,-,_.-_,- _- -..__ S lorlila. ," 'uit, duly
ears are seven years; the dream is local post office quarters. I ,I I County i I "Kloi liln. to.w It : ifuiiliriixt, .n '.
of 1" leital .
brethren and well with the went straightway out newnpnpiir for the I .'
thy tised up All I thill I I'prtiifn I, plern. t rnrl : : '
or '
thin and 111favouied par : lhJ .
And the seven of I Ican. I :
one. heavens Tampa Construction started it with Flower a-lverllMi-inent ami" C
locks; and bring me word again. the water ; and lo, the Say of hinil Nliiinle' \I'IIIIIL' '"HI) helnir In and ; t
kine that came up after on sports arena and public recrea- I n I he county' of I lluidford' nnd ntnlanf npiiKiir.: Unit the skits of ,
Tie flocks had been moved 13 miles were opened unto Him and He saw' I 'I i Ijrnl. liii' 10 Ih'" II.." I lie at lenel' ..11{ ,
and the sev- ------- -- Kliirlflii' more inn I I llrulitrly I dn- C.
tion '
them seven ; ground l"'r"r" C
When are years like near Sulphur Springs i.. ,fined fdlloWN the 2Nlh' 'lity' ur
rurther north at Dothan. the spirit of God descending a I ne to- wit : The :\ CC
en empty ears blasted with the in northern pa ft of city. NorthweKt riuitrler, ..r I the. Honthfmntiinarttir I 1112.Willi. CI C
Joseph found his brethren they of dove and lighting upon Him; and Flowers For All .mid I h.V..I half of .theNnrftiPHur my' liii 'flit S nil Ilin n" Ct
shall be- seven tin I ",
east wind years Cii '
,aid "'Behold this dreamer cometh 10 a voice from heaven saying,* thisis --- ) iinniler i I I of I the Nouthenxtiiiiu t nit Court of Mitidfiird, ',fII
famine." ''Icr nnd, I Hi. Koulli half, I of theHonthwert ioiia "liii' '""' < lh llay" "f. '
let us slay him and we will My beloved Son in whom I am Ml >IMI s.Ml 1 111.11"\1 Olllirit' : OKI'l OccasionsGERTRUDE '| tinniler, of, I tlm Norlh..1"UII"I. I I

i jay, some evil beast hath devoured Then Joseph advised the King to well pleaded." Verses 16.. 17. It appeal' 'inn hy affldnvll appended ..---.----.- I ..,., nil I I In Hertlon. I twelve ( I 19 >. (OfTh'IIIIFI<>" l 11(-I. A W... Clerk A (.Ir ltt.f\<1, 'L '

: him." But Reuben appoint aman to collect a part of to tile bill fllud Ill Circuit! Court "own..hll'| Mvven ((7). nouth llanvflTwentyone onlt I I I I of HID cir. CCC
one brother Court
to llrailfoid
made ,
16. What promise is I llradfoid, I'II, Florida In ((21)I Knxt' contalnlnurlKhty Cotintv t Kin" i tC: 1
d persuaded them not to kill Joseph all grain produced during the seven those who repent and are baptised ? clmncfry: : : I liy \V Wr.L.t I I .t I.IICIIH: : lutftlnct l GODI1EY; ( Ml)) ncii'K, mute or II'MH, KNIIIHT Hoi' lei.I or",e,* KNKIIIT for I'utllloiiem.IOU HlnikK,, |., '
"cast ". and to save it for the John, J. bunks, that" the defendant, You utid ciu h of you, tiro (herofore ,,
but to him into good \
) a pit years .
said unto them, repent ,, ( S-aT.
, Then Peter therein. I named, IH n non-rcHltltmt of ANDERSON htetiv niulri'd| I | 0 appear' to :
C vhlch was a jug-nhuped cistern dug people during the bad years. and be baptised everyone of you I tile Mtntft of Florida and la .a realdent Hi 11 ...11..11.11. / ,nf Complaint) no filedHKaliiKt -. .

4. m the limestone of that country.A Pharaoh appointed Joseph to do the I of Hackenxack, I In I the. slut of Phone 39' Waldo FlaVOTE you, )before tlm Clerk\ of Ihlnrourt tNI'u.U's: ", "N" t 1.1" ,,
In the name of Jesus Christ New JIM ..<.'> and, la. oven the ago "l on tli" .. llh d.y..r June, I 111.12:\ at ,1,1Nt
band Ishmaelites came by, bearing this work and made him second In remission of sins and ye shall receive (Ih.. ('.n"1,I '""''H" I In HIS rk,', ,Klorlda; "rI'It'I N) 'in hnrnliy irlvi-n' I Hint mi

spices from Gllead to the kingdom. Joseph did the work ---,-_._-,- .. otherwlMH I a I lerree Pro (Son rrn,.', d..r I unil hy vlrtim I ..r u final i durree
Egypt the gift of the Holy Ghost.1Acts .. ...---. will I I I he. enterod, I avalitNt I, You.. II,11.1 eucli, of foierloHiire, "innde, nnd, I'..lid.>red Iov Ut C
'anil they "sold Joseph to the Ish- and Cod prospered him. The drouth 2:38. 1 of :yim, for I fiilluie, I I to ftppenrIH \ Ilin lloiiiiralila A. /. .\.114''"... ..lnlK, >

maelites for twenty pieces of silver and the famine came, and the peo- IT : Oltl >KUKM: : that lull llotli-n '!' !III", cin-ult Court, of II,, 1/6110/ Judlclnl 4 I''
did the eunuch l>, iil llHhed I -.. week fur fourcnnHH I I ( .
17. What question t> > on< n rin-uK I of Florida, I lit anil, for '
(about 1300. now worth about pie of Egypt and surrounding coun- FOR .Mltlve I weekM. In, I he I Itradford" I IIrn.If".le""nIY.u I In Cham-err. date, x
Jesus *
(13000)) and they brought him to tries came to Egypt to buy food ask after Philip had preached County I Telegraph. a iiewnpaper, hnvIIIK API'II 7lh.. I Ilia: In (hat caueo, ,, there' I ,, ,
unto him ? I I Kf'tietHi, I olrt'Ulntlon I In JtradfordCounty I in, Inlely, "iiemllnir .hew .. lie .
Egypt 'And officer 'and the king sent them to Josephas .. n Keil
Potiphar an Florida. ..111, Land, Hunk of ColunililH, ,
JOHN plain' '
at (king) Pharaoh captain of the his agent. "And as they went on their way 'I'Iiw. 2nd' day of Mtiy. .\. I). 10.13.i llff and J M Trnliy., wlilower$, ,' 1 I ,

guard bought him and the (We have no space to !discuss the they came unto a certain water )( i W. AI.ORHM'AN. nl who,. ., I lefeiiiliiiilli 14,Iii ,( herein, nppolnti I the nnileriilwiled. I .

Lord was with Joseph And his many good things said of this les and the eunuch said See, here Is ; FLORIDA : ($i'nl) I Clcilt. Clrrtill I Court, I MiiHlor, In Chnnreiv lo, UK eiei npiI'lnl <.,ul,->-. .
I 1I'n.1, r"r.1 County: i I Klnrlda.KAYTON ,,,,. C ,
water what doth hinder me to he Hume. will on I\I."II\Y. thn ("I, ,
Genesis III
master saw that the Lord was his son. Please read Chapters ; For State Railroad Commissioner ( IIUAY ilay of. .liinw, 'lli.ia, duilnit'' the legal,

master that the Lord was with him 37, 40 and 41, for the history.) baptised I"' Acts: 36. Allofni" >KH for I'lnliiliri'i, hoiirn .of ..HIIH| hefora, time Com, ,

I and be made him overseer of = 4) 18. In order to baptise the eunuch I will appreciate your voteas well aa your solicitation of S ----. -- -- -. -- HOIIHII. (Hour,, I In, "Hlnikn, "" ...rlo'.,, noil.. (
I to tin t *
Ills house the Lord blessed the IUILJULE TIIOCGHTS where did Philip take him ? your friends' votes for me for State Railroad CommlsHlon.er Jacksonville Ground to be ,"..h. I the followliiir nnil' deHi-rllieil hHHt' hNlder'Inndn for, ,

Egyptian's house." "And he commanded the chariot to I In the Democratic primary In June. I have had forty broken noon for construction of Itnnled liln.,, to-wlt In lirndford. county, Kloi" 1. : I ,

The Egyptian's wife falsely accused June 3 stand Btlll : and they went down 4 years of continuous practical experience In handling railway propONcd Federal building< Thai; :t poiilon:: of, HU' of HWli or 'I

l transportation for the public. I will do all to l' Nl/i., nnd I of >
Joseph of doing and Labour not both into the water both Philipand possible NWIj j HR:H lyliiic .a..t i ,
wrong Riches Have Wings : I'ennucola' Detroit capitalistsordered
k a,1, him thrown Into prison "But to be rich: cease from thine own the eunuch ; and be baptised make your confidence good and merit your continued II work started on $100,000 of llnnil Hlarko, rnntalnlntf 1 ,:and:, HIIII.I.IHIMI forty-nliitt:, : :I,: I Cmcret', .Ho. 'j : I

toe( Lord was with Joseph and wisdom. 'For hlm." Verse 38.Concluded. )( support. 1'III,) l'lJtit'iiI ., 'IVCllamWlOOJCfClCW ,all I In, Huctlon H..veni...en the resort Perdldo f\\
? flyaway. east of LII.
wings ) _ on Bay ;' Mix .ill.. ) Month,' of KIIIIKH. 'rweity-, "
(live him favour in the sight of -Proverbs 23 4, 5. ,( next week.) I -t-- ---- -- ------ I han bridge on Florida. aide. I Iwo (22) MiiMt: or t lie. Tallahaoiie Ii' I'" II
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Zelm3uzz of Colimihlii. rt. O. C .;. 11'1<
THING ON MAIN STREET" By L. F. Van with the ii|>i>urlmineeii( H' .iii| is,,1 his ,1//I'I'lu .
Im Minde, ., piimuant, to until _
eTILMN lit satisfy the name and eimti.i door" i!r : ,:till I''
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FOR CAPTURE OFTrlE sY TO\VN WALL ''rC under. and hy' yIn ". of I Unit certain I _
I I) ilei-reo. of ror""'".,"",, and unl. ......1. ij! I(I
STRANGER -. Stud, entered. on the 2rth .lay. of April I fl. IJ
TiytjH council '-_ A. It. 'i
tint: : by me
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OffEBS' A BEMflOT.Of ---. .\. .ludwe' 'if the ('Irr.." Court : .
14 C TOWN COUMCILACTiQry *60. FOG U i of I trt'frI' Counfy, .Klnrldn.. I In tii : )C Ct

roo< LAST, NCHT ARQE T Of "T'''' .J.Jm Chnni-ery Hllllnir' In thai cerlaln 11 i *i
eauae. iiendlnK In Mid rolirt| wheielri 'I
AND NOV OFFERS AHAND&OMC !>TfQtolb The Florida: .Vatlnnitl: Hank of Jatk : :C ,
WUCI Ul'IE 'Q is onvllle' I a corporation, in '4
puintirr I $1 :,.
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1 fJfi ""t'romrtJ11O Hitch. et al.. sri defend. '. C ;
OP <13O.f COQ "i-IG (IUtIOI.& nnt., the .nmlemlKned.' an Hpetlal -. :.
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CAPTURE( QMY5TROu : TIE.VMO I;;. final dei re... uforenald, will offer i 1 IC, ,, ,
!1 AN and In satisfy saId derree I r
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BUNDLE TO<: -- hldder nr hlddem for cash hcfor. the ti I '\\jJ ,1 C'
front duor of the Hrtidruril" County f
"Bwrv.HUMAN iiiiiiiiiiiMiiiniM.iiiiiiiimmiiimini Coiirthoufie. in he Oty uf Htiufce. lj C '" t t C .
vtr 'WEI "Klorlda' on Monday, Jim Clii, A. 1>. I
Q 0TIU1G JQOM l tt132, the "nni. belnir a leval Hale' d'" if'F, 'i! I\

I'ny, within the lewal hour.* of Hale, ,
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eul"/Ol. ,. to-wlt. between eleven o'clock A. ii.. I !If )
I and. two n'clork C
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County, Kloilda,; .. ,- dencrlbed. --a-;'' foU; -

UOROTIIY'DA1MTWI1 By" Ch rl S'McManus'' IOWNI The, Northennt Quarter. of the 1r4

Quarter of I the Houtheaxt'
Quarter. ( ;.,'..pl 4 55 acre West t.f
: I'ullie' Itoad. and the Mouth half uf fC
"' !. O"NCER I SLAPPED I WHATOSO \ HE THREW'I MV GOODNESS the Norlheuet. (Quarter of the Houtb- f C .
CtyltH .
F'Of'tt Quniter of Section 141. "'oWII..hl8. \> t
rIlIng 22 Knm: contalnlnK 161 ,
''C '(ou MIGHT HAVE atE N j :
WHY I AT ME acrve tnore or lean, or all the land on
Lf &________ the Kant Hide' of Public Roaif.me .
1 ____ ( and fine-half acres, Imirlnnlnir'
I II. ?r _. at the Mciiitheimt, corner of ,the. Mouth-: i4 lIj,
east. Quarter of the Houtheaet Quar
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North' Cine Hundred Five r..11 thence
Went HI Hundred. Thirty feats)
thence Hnuth ().Hundred' Five feet;
thence ,Ku; .t Mix Hundred Thirty fart ,
to .point of heirlnnlnir.Ainu j ; (

I the Northeant Quarter of the t ,

C Niirlheant Quarter (exuept Mix .". .. .,,,
i In HourheaMt corner. and alm, except
i"ILLLD'C I one acr In the Houthwent corner of
I Section 2V.; all being In Township S

I .:tlh.i'rrh"lri: !\ ) :: : .acres and and containIn one--

half, more or ,lexe.Toicether .
with all .and elnaulur
the tenenivntii, hereditament ,amiinpurtenancea
thereunto belonging I Ir
> In any wine appertaining.

This 16th day.. of April, A. T>. 1911.J. 4
A. H. :
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W. TTAnRKI-r: J '
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Bradford County Telegraph Into have the to work ocean to that livejust you/ do drop not I A.-are In you the Times-Union one of them ,, k
I tl ;; boo Late
j From Other PensJune Into one of the many breadlines; L$2 : not a candidate, whatti, "
+ of sardines Is J. of It, and my wife's
Established' 1877AEAYBER that a five cent can need \

.I.-,..., I _.-... to plenty of meat for a family of 12; (eiir2o o Classify <: her opinion of me ,

balance the budget
that the way to
the month of matrimonyand
;L_ : i alimony. Starke Telegraph.And \Is to take everything a poor man I By RUSSELL KAY Considering opportunlt 'k .

; \ blueberries and blue candidates makes; that you may rest com- The Public Library I Secretary, Florida Pntt AMOCUUO. but once, a fellow that i* '4r',!

FLORIDAPRESS ASSOCIATION I .--Crestvtew Mes enger. fortably on Spanish moss bed; and June 1, 1932. "pestered" with house I?,, ...:

that we all should vote the Demo- Editor Bradford County Telegraph After tryln' to digest all this salesmen can be held an "Jib J:,

\ 1932 0 We disagree with the opinion ex- cratic ticket 4n November. Dade Starke, Fla. PRO and CON.on the political sit for getting nowhere

,g _*. 3-'CUVa'td :J e uda'Published .... pressed In an exchange that "the City Banner. Dear Sir: uation, all I've been able to figure
; voters will cast their ballots for --+- or --'- In your issue of May 20th there out Is that most of the PRO is Just Some candidates and hit '.hlk.

the beat handshakers and the The. I Comptroller was an account of the court pro Just pure CON. ers are alike-neither get ,, th.

Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class I fastest talkers: /in preference to (Miami Herald) ceedings in connection with the day and time.

I those men capable of finding: a Opponents of Hon. Ernest Amos, 'will of the late J. W Alvarez, one The the agents rave
the Post' Office at Starke, FloridaE. have been making way press
!Matter at state comptroller, the
being for remodeling -
remedy for our troubles. The of the provisions and shout you might think there Good thing people can ,m
efforts to blame
voters are cot In that frame of strenuous of the residence now occupied votin' for hear words
was a LAW against! any spoken every >! ,
Florida has N tin
q S. Matthews . __ --_ ._ Owner and PublisherJVIanaging mind this year.Ocala Star with suffered every since bank he failure first assumed office by Mr. J.As I*the Frazee council, into un-a body but JOHN or CARY, but I half the folks couldn't spe1! ', 11I\/
--0-- public library. lot of folks that ain't anywhere themselves.
J. C. Robinson u _ ... .., .--'- Editor Punta Gorda Herald thinks it la two or three terms ago. That I derstands the will there was no know a near as X-clted as all that.

.h high time the candidates for governor they have thus far been unable to amount specified! to be spent on They are tryln' to make out that Mallory ThonianCommissioner /
convince the electorate that the
? were "smoked out" on how same the building to be remodeledas Mr. Martin Is the big X-IT and
SUBSCRIPTION RATE : failures were the fault of Mr. Amos understood IJislrirtNo.3 \
and it Is readily
they stand regarding the gasoline a library that will probably let him OUT.
'} Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance distribution plan as It affects small in due entirely to the good commonsense that the said J. W. Alvarez
Yearly, ; themselves. As
of the people confidence In his
and large counties. This is a sub- had the utmost

Advertising Rates on Application ject which so far all the candidateshave a matter of plain hard fact, the executors. According to the Tampa Tribune I am a candidate for Con.' \ ('onj,
CARY Is so far ahead of the pa-
tried to avoid.Wauchula Ad comptroller can no more keep an It is not the purpose of the council Is missioner of Districto: JI
bank than he rade that even the police escort
unstable state open the court or to crit I
vocate. to question Man born and rained in
Thursday half holidays! have started --o--- can keep an unstable grocery store icise same In declaring one part of behind him, but they better wait ford County, and hate Burl
IN otllln\
their EX ,
The laws of Florida until -the're sure }
meet- from failing. the will void and of no effect be- stood for
I IIS Attendance at state press my rights and rights;,
o with the before they get an ?
y Ings may be somewhat limited this charge the comptroller cause it Is "vague and indefinite"and others, and will stand 'ir u,]

Today is: the lust: day absentee: voters can cast their bal year on account of rumors the new supervision of state of closed banks banks.and the He hold that the balance of the They, may wake up after the rights of the tax payer ol 11DI

woman president will wield a rollIng administration said will Is valid. trlct and County If sleeted! i
lot. ,certain latitude within election and find they've got a
pin Instead of a gavelBrad'ford Is given In your Issue of May 27th In an
I of SHOLTZ. Paid Political Adv
af dose
which he take over big
Ijl] ,,0 county Telegraph. Being'pro may open letter from J. L. Frazee,

find defects in our government i is! ficient In the use of neither. Bro. fairs'of Institutions which clearly paragraph three, he states that the -
who can of the elec-
Every man insolvent. His authority over Then In the FEVER
are force the
Robinson, what then? Cocoa Tribune court has no power to
) .able to apply the remedy. banks and banking Is sharply delineated tion there's no telling how our
not You might try a form planer county commissioners and the city
the HART will stand! up It's been kind
law legislature
by ; by
o lady. Lake Wales Highlander. council to accept the library. The FLORIDAT
and if' matter who may be comp- of weak, but a bad attack just be-
make this state-
-0- council wishes to
Hero's hoping all the defeated candidates.!! will not take trolltA- he will be circumscribed by been fore election might mesa things up
Invite, the candidate who says he ment-that nothing has pre-
? up fishing! after the primary.Candidates la going to abolish this'' and that the same set of laws by which Mr. sented to them for acceptance. He for somebody. EATIt E

tax to show what he proposes to Amos is hedged. also states that the heirs were will- GAINESVILLE FLA.
0iv defunct bank matters And Tom the Volcano la
tax to cover the loss caused by his Handling ing and anxious to carry out this Tampa -
will is'' one of the numerous public duties still ALIVE and just can't tell
headline. Some ikeep you
in home stretch- pet abolishing scheme. Starke part of the will, and It seems they '
of the office of state comptroller. when he'll BREAK OUT AGAINor PROGRAMEEK .11 :NE 2nd
home "I' Telegraph.;' Jar'' a few political were so anxious to carry It out
right on in the stretch That his opponents can find how much damage he'll do.
: '.. leeches loose and do away with a that they employed Mr. Frazee as
Amos' record to attack TODAY
0 nothing in Mr. -
few needless inspectors -CrestMessenger their attorney to( contest the will
should be sufficient Indication Doctor DURRANCE la doln' all JAMES C'GNE.JU.X
Nothing makes a gossip see red quicker than to have Insofar as It affected! the'library. BLOlVDKI.r
of the efficiency with he operateshis he can to help the game along with
some of the gossip come back home to roost. -0.-- department Accusations At a regular meeting of the city HOT applications of MUD untilhe's In
1' i Threw Kick for a Dollar council held on the 1st day of September "TIIK CROSS
o against him, so far as they relateto got a lot of folks all MUD- KOXDVSATURDAY
I have always tried to teach you I 1931, a representative of
to the wall in Florida DLED.
;" If every X used next Tuesday was worth ton buckjrto the that there are three kicks in every banks going misdirected. He Ute executors did advise the coun- -
are hopelessly
dollarone when make It-- executors would
you cil that the said BARBARA KTANUUH:
voter the candidates could have their old office::!)' "d'' ", Is not responsible for bank failures But the Big MONKEY-WRENCH
my father's forbears were Yankees, carry out the provision of the will In
fault of the that throw all the DOPE
'Is1 the out
that mostly might
o and how I do love to make dollar ; '
a as effecting! the library, providedthat Edna "("rIN'r'M"SO
When this crooners' contest is over, round all the winners The second kick Is When you officers and'directors. He merely the council would equip same of gear Is .Stafford Caldwell he's Bit;"
adrt1lntlllt rt'! tnB-affatrt of closed been runnln"- like hydrant and I
have Itand I have the Yankee and It. The council took
Rf up and give, them their choice between arsenic or,ether, lust for saving The third kick banks.* bd 1* ""'' the position operate that this was not a mean, he'll be hard to TURN OFF. MONDAY & TUESDAY
'wnl' be better served
0-- '11"" comes when you Iv.e.lt awayandmy The people' matter to be acted on at that time SARI M\KIT/\
this official 011 Even after the are over
good primaries
if they'keep
informs all and sundry that candidates mother was Irish.;and that's as the will set out the duties of the In
7 Lake Wales Highlander the job in Tallahassee. we won't know a whole heck of a "FORGOTTENCOUMANDMEA
why the biff kick Is the last one.-- executors and same did not make '
: will soon know someone has been lying to them. William/ Allen White. :.L-- -0----: provision for accepting same The lot about who's gonna be gover- : TS"WEDNESDA
HOOEY elect in June will havea
alt TaxationH.
0- library when finished was to be
----0--- '
A. Goetsch Wadena, Minn.) lot to do with HOWEY come out Y
President Hoover ( deeded to the county of Bradfordand
invited the
-1 landslide in his direction KITT1I
One candidate is prophesizing a with in November. CIIVTTKltroNIn
Tax the tax care,
leading newspaper publishers to the city of Starke as a public
June 7th. Landslides! have a bad habit of burying people. meet with him Wednesday night To help the multi-millionaire; library.
Tax the farmer tax his fowl; Well the BIG SHOW will be over "KICK ARE A LW."ITH I
for the of Respectfully,
o purpose agreeing on a
t" y and tax hla howl on June 8, and then all you guys
Tax ;
the ,
,,; plan to smash the senatorial dead- C. F. Hoover, ChairmanJ.
Manatee produces pink grapefruit, the remaining 'Tax that wake up and find that youhaven't
county lock on the tax bill. Unable to the hen and tax her egg F. Colley, & FRIDAY

'4'6.' '' sixty-six manufactures a liquid that produces pink rabbits leave Florida on the eve of the pri- And let the bloomin mudsill beg; W. L. Wall, got TICKETS to stay for Jamie Dunn Peggy Shannon
the CONCERT can WALK don'tRUN .
and snakes. mary, we wired as follows: "Ad- Tax the pig, and tax his squeal. J. C. Manning. I In"SOCIETY
to the nearest EXIT.And' .
journ congress for two years and Tax his !boots; run' down at heel; ,. GIRL"
k o Tax his horses, tax his lands,
the will take of
It- Jacksonville
country care Fla. 21
May .'
'what ,, beautiful
boy, a unemployment -
wa I Candidate told some farmers they were the salt of the self."-Crestview Messenger. Tax the blisters on his,hands;. Editor,

; I-I--........__....ft_a- Tax his glow( and tax his clothes, parade that will be,
earth, and ope came back with the rejoinder that while salt MAn Tax tber g that wipes his nose; Bradford County Telegraph, \. all those guys out of luck and summer '-
Appmil to Delinquents"Subscribers' Starke Fla. comma'ow And think of all VOTE FORNATHAN
air cheaper. Tax and tax his bed,
was his
was cheaphpt; quay
mil ,
Please Read? Is My dear Editor: the disappointed RELATIVES.And .
1 t TaX the bald spot on his head.
? o the headline over the following I want to ask that you will be
Tax the ox, and tax the asa,
Florida's primary laws says the X mark must be placed which appeared In the Wauwatsoa Tax his "Henry," tax his gas;; good enough to aslst our Society I see ('where Senator King MAYOCommissioner
(Wls) News recently: in saying the biggest word of ap- got BIG HEARTED and presented .

,a'' to the right of the name, but some Jialf dozen newspapers of "Lives of great men all remind us Tax And the make road him that travel he must o'er pass..the preciation and gratitude that we the FLORIDA QROWER with a

4 the state seem determined to make the X before the name. Honest men don't stand a chance grass; can possibly say, to the officers and nice new suit but they will prob-

o And departing leave behind us, Tax and tax his calf, members of the Masonic Lodge of ably have to wait until after election -
his cow,
Bigger patches on our your community, and!) many other
pants. him'if be dares to laugh.He to find out whether they can of
Sebring American wonders if those counties whose legislators On our pants once new and glossy! .Tax Is a common man, good friends and citizens ''of your get !it PRESSED or not.

There are stripes of a hue just county, who under the leadership
voted against legalized racing will refuse to accept many So tax the cuss just all you can;
because subscribers of Reverend G. f". Raymond, of She
AJl linger Mr. 'King claims that Mr.
take it and howl for Tax the laborer-be discreet !Mayo
their of the proceeds. They'll more.
part And won't pay us what is due. the street Baptist Church of Starke, got WJX a has been "FoolhV the Farmer' and
Tax him walking on
Let us all be and doing whole truckload of groceries, pro- that Mr. Agriculture
+ o up Tax hit bread and tax his meat; Mr. Mayo says King !
Send your mite however small visions, vegetables, fruits berries, "Ain't Foolin' Nobody" so now
E'', Candidates! are required to file statements of expense! Or when the cold of winter strike Tax Tax'the"'payroll.the shoes' clear tax off the his sale.feet; clothing and other articles for the they're gonna debate with Mr.,

+ i three or four times during a campaign, and Tallahassee Daily us Tax his Hard-earned paper kale; children of the Baptist Children's Mayo leadln his ACE In an effort

a Democrat wants these statements to also show the number We shall have no pants at all!" Tax his pipe and tax his smoke- clety of Florida, which were to find out about Mr. King's JACK, .C
--e- brought to Jacksonville today while Franklin will
Teach him is no joke pass
of lies the candidate tells. government
'" Political AnnouncementAt Tax their coffins-tax their through the kindness of Mr. Sew- the ARSENIC In an attempt to Since

a -0 the request of a veritable shrouds. ell who loaned the use of his truck, KAYO Mr. :Mayo, while all the KI- becoming you

swarm of politicians I hereby an- Tax their souls beyond the and gave his personal time to' bitzers will hang over their shapely Commissioner
I have
Tarpon Springs Leader tells of arrest and fining of two nounce myself a candidate for reelection clouds. bring these articles to us. shoulders and yell "Louder and 01

men for taking undersize sponges' from the Gulf.. That should to the office of Private Tax the farmer tax his flocks; food We and have clothing never needed as badly money as, Funnier." erated the entire Depai

give someone an idea for a new political job rescuing under- Citizen. \ I Tax the servant, tax their socks; we do at present, and I
My past record Is an open book Tax the living tax the dead; am sure One of the funniest things about ment WITHOUT TA
sized from bath tubs. that the Home is
sponges 1 facing all this campaign literature is the
for your inspection. I have humblyand Tax the unborn, ere they're fed.
just as great a need and therefore, 'LABEL. All the candidates -
t 0 meekly permitted myself and Tax the water, tax the air- UNION ATION, and from fe<
should be ,
we glad if the
my property to be taxed to the Nth if dare. through snort and rear up and DEMAND -
Tax the sunlight, you
The in its retrenchment is going to columns of would
government policy your paper, you
degree.I the LABEL on every pieceof
Tax them all, and tax them well, collected have turn'
eliminate married women who have husbands able to Rupport"th have stood quietly by and allowed Tax them to the gates of hell! express our very deep gratitudefor literature, just before electionbut

m. And a further step toward economy would be eliminating gangsters and grafters to But close your eyes so you can't articles all of which the'were eatables and other in to I never heard of any of 'em over to the state a su
swindle and rob myself and my brought even THINKIN' about It after

relatives! congressmen from the public payroll. family and If necessary, to shoot' coupon-clipper seeThe go tax free. us. These are very critical days wards. It reminds me of the little plus of $1,196,623.71-:

o my wife and kidnap my children. -0--- financially and the only hope that boy who washed his neck and ears

I have proudly and loudly waved The. Defeated Candidate' we have of continuing our work, six times the day before Christmas, thus helping to kCt

Avery Powell, talking about the Suwannec Press: meet at and sung The Star Spangled Ban- 1. Ob, confound the luck how Is to find good friends like those wouldn't even wash hIs FACE the

.} 3Iacclenny, says they received potted plants bouquets and ner when not occupied In hunting a are they, multiplied that trouble who have made and other this truck load of day after. Some day a candidatemay down taxes. I have pra
provisions articles
't1 f picked up a number of nursery rhymes on their visit throughthe job or begging for bread. mel! sible. pos go HAY-WIRE and DEMANDthe
I have supported the "Old 2. ,Truly mine enemies have UNION LABEL on a job of ticed economy while otters
nursersies. Other reports would indicate. the nursery Guard" and' from year to year-re- compassed me' about and the sons Thanking you for the cooperation printing AFTER election, and If

rhymes came later In the evening. elected the same "'liand- hakera" of Beelzebub have sorely smittenme that you have always given us that EVER happens it will be preached it.
In connection with our work I
who promised to change things. with tlw edge of the ballot. NEWS.
I Ik 0 Very sincerely yours .
They did. From Bad to Worse. 3. They arose early on election .

Political headings picked at random from the Melbourne If I am elected I pledge myself day and got them to the polls like MARCUS C. FAGG FlorlA
Supt. of Children's Home The voters of
to be the Goat for another four
' Times: Hardee strikes buck-Splitting Martin vote-Hardee grevlous swarm of locusts, and Society of Florida. I REI PEPPER I II II

goes marching on-In his nightshirt-Caldwell and Hardee years.Your vote and some cornbreadand from going the down rising thereof of the they sun ceased until I I By "KHT I j know that if I am r\\

k' -P elie\e them both-Retires!! with good will-Caldwell maybe pot-llkker will be appreciated. not, to vote for the other fellow. Birth I

In-Not making much noise-Cutting the pieConvincingthe Signed: A Private Cltizen....-Perry 4. From Dan even unto Beer- Mr. and Mrs E. B. Baxley, Mld- The word smack Is the most used elected the Department <

News. naeba, behold,. the people are liars dleburg, daughter. May 22nd. word 'in the English language be- I b
voters-A strong contender. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Testone New Agriculture will not
--0I -- and are full of prunes. ing used in connection with kissing

o 1 -: Aceomplishmenta of "Th 3. Did not the children of Heb- River, son. May 29th. and chewing gum.A I t
I Engineer"He bron promise me a goodly major Mr. and Mrs. Edward demons politically mortgagEd

As bad as J Democrats hate to admit it.\. Hoover is carryingout I has feet T said I should Wateroak, daughter May 29th.
put us on our again ity Behold they car- man that can stop a cyclone f
his four-;)'ear-old t promise of a full dinner pail-of free -we are barefooted. He has made ry the precinct solid; and now just trying to wind a half bushel of a group of violators

flour. The government is treating 'em all alike, both Derno- rabbit meat taste better In sum- look what they have went and Miami Beach -- Administrativeoffices peas might be mentioned as having laic "
_ mertime. He has forced all to done the Anti-Arsenic
us luck.
to be housed on first three hard!
crats and Republicans white and black-and all you have tq
wear his badge- patch in the seat tt. The Anaklm Glendale the Arcadia--Harvey Etherton took -

do is to !swear that ;you are broke, busted, out of a job and uf our trousers. He has taught us Philistines of Darlington and the over Sinclair Filling Station, cor- Definition: EARS Something to fraudulent real clat\\

starving to death. that gopher meat Is palatable; he Moabiten of' Alaqua and Red Bay ner East Oak and north DeSoto put on the head to keep your hat

De has made the catfish a popular have lifted -up the ballot against Avenue. from falling In your face. exploiters. seeking coil

IN o dish; he has" taught us two CAN me and my!name Is Mud. Tampa -Members of I. A. T. S.

4. Many poslofTices are overmanned, said a high postal official live as cheap as one under his ad- 7. My frlrnda are gone the wayof E.,. No. 321 completed remodeling Pome Dept. trol of the departmti\\

+ at the convention in :Miami but it is the policy of thedepartment ministration; that grits and gravy all flesh and mine enemies quarters at 1538 Franklin street. Here lies the body of 41. K. Sone,
t are luxuries; 'that white meat can compass me around about and!, Frt Myers W. C. Lyon opened He use to play the saxophone. for personal gain.
to retain all If such is the of
employees.; policy readily replace chicken; that even give me a> certain thing which Is bakery on Jackson street. And why he's In this hole you see

r: : F the government, might we suggest transfer of some' of these In the best of society you may go called the hee-haw. He threw away the sax to learn

i I surplus employees to postoffices like Starke. A second class without a shirt; that socks are 8. Yea they lay every man his l adversity:.they pass me up, even the ukelele. -

unnecessary; that two meals a day thumb to his nose and wiggleth his as a woman In a new dress passeth
with the volume of business
posfotTice necessary to secure are sufficient; that he can raise fingers at me. up a poor"relative.. Xmas conies twice: a year for ,

such classification, and one clerk to attend to all departments taxes; that It is possible for a childto 9. They smoked my cigars and 10. Behold. If a man runnethfor some folks, fish-bedding. time, and Nathan MayoPaid

,' during certain hours during the day, places Starke in the list get an education on four to alx drank my home brew in the day office and is defeated. It Is good 23th December

of the woefully undermanned. '. months schooling; that millions of of my prosperity and now that I for" him to go jump off the earth. ( for by Irlenda..k. .
bushels of wheat can be. dumped am overwhelmed by the waves of Selah.DeFuniak Herald. The world la full of good things

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