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: January 22, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01011
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CHOOSE WELLS Revival Grows Meeting In InterestThe I Penalty Clause Spirit of Florida" SAN BRIDGE MATEO-UUNNELL CONTRACTS- HE LET Officials' Take UpMosquito Control PAIR CHARGED

I V In Electric Fouutairl Palatka, Jan. 16.A telegramof

FOR CHAIRMANOF revival services being conducted I Of License Law inquiry to the state road depart- Major Fred Safay of the state \WITH MURDERT.

In the court house by the 1 I ;eI ment in regard to its plans to hard board of health, with an assistantwill

Lakin-Walker evangelistic party, surface state road No. 28 from San come to Starke next week to''

continues with Increasing interest. i Mateo to Bunnell had not been conduct a campaign against the
ROAD BODY Large crowds are coming to hear' Cited By McLinNo answered this afternoon. The massage present mosquito plague. For the \". Williams. 1)1.| ." From WoundReceived

these men sing and speak. : was dispatched yesterday by past three months the pests have at Sampson' City

The evangelist, Bascom Ray La- John W. Campbell, executive vice been especially bad, partly blamed Last' TuesdayFollowing

kin of West Virginia, Is known as Way to Escape Paying 25 PerCent president of the state road 28 association on the exceptionally mild winter
Tallahassee, Jan. 13-The Flor- one of America's foremost evan- Extra AfterFebruary and the numerous woods fires drivIng the death of T. V. Williams -

ida highway commission today gelist today; he Is only 30 yearsof 1 I 3 Mr. Campbell sought to clear up them out of the swampy places in the Gainesville hospital

elected Harry H. Wells of Chipley, age and has been preaching 11 the statement of Eugene S. Mat. The dry weather has dried' up rac last Thursday morning from pistol

chairman, succeeding Robert W. years, during which time there A vast number of automobile thews, president of the State Road tlcally all stagnant pools with ex- wounds Raid to have been inflictedby
of Bradenton, and began of the cannl south of town Frank LaRue January 12th La-
Bentley have been some 25,000 people owners in Florida are still unac- 28 Association who appeared before ception
work on a tentative budget for saved under his ministry. Don't quainted with the penalty clauseIn the board at. Tallahassee Wed. and the health offlclalln will stay Rue t/\ Blanche Robinson have

1932. fall to hear him. the 1931 motor vehicle registration nesday.' Mr Matthews had said here until they locate breeding been charged with the murder and

Wells, a member of the commission The singer, Ray Walker, comes law, according to W. S. Mc- that contracts for the bridges on places of the mosquito are held In the county Jail/ for

for about a year and also from Mississippi. He Is an able Lin, state motor vehicle commis- the Bunnell-San Mateo sector of grand jury action.

chairman of the state Democratic song leader and children's worker, sioner. Mr. McLin bases that statement the highway would be let at the TUIIU'TK TO FLORIDA LaRue shot Williams and Ray
committee, was nominated by Geo. in oth- the number and Goodge as they approached the
and very successful getting he says, on March meeting of the highway department ,
B. Hills of Jacksonville W. A. ers to sing. These men came here variety of inquiries which are It was his understandIng ( Bruce Barton.) Robinson home where they had

Shands of Gainesville seconded the from Akron, Ohio, where they con- pouring Into his office as the deadline that the contract for hard- Florida-what a land! Do you been sent by Robinson! to. remove
nomination and Wells was elected household good belonging to him.
ducted a five week's campaign.They of February 1 nears.
surfacing would rot be let this sometimes wonder why man In his
without a dissenting vote. He took will be here two weeks before The section pertaining to the raises civilizations in The Gainesville Morning Sun of

ever his duties Immediately. going to Jacksonville. Don't fail penalty of 23 per cent which must year.Despite perversity northern climates up him- January 16th carried the following
the lack of definite Information our making
Bentley, chairman of the com- to hear them each evening. be collected after February 1 readsas N self slave to shovels coal account of the affair;
Mr. Campbell holds to a snow ,
Funeral service for Thomas Vari
mission for the past three years
follows: the view that the road will be hard shovels and overcoats, while such a
and as such head of the state road On February first a penalty of Williams, 35 years of age was
Southern !surfaced! the present year with land as Florida exists?
department, remains on the boardas held yesterday from the Thomas
twenty-five cent of the amountdue
per Florida has !
federal aid funds. everything, as one
funeral home. The Rev. Dr T. ,
representative from the first {Writes Up Florida"The shall be added to the price of excepting V
historian it
district. This project has been includedIn puts only McCaul, pastor of the First Bap-
Florida congressional I
each tag, and no tag shall be issued -
and frozen
the mountains glaciers.
preferential budget tho
tist church, officiated. Intermentwas
Karl Roesch, secretary of the
three writer willingly submits after February first for any past two years. Prior to thatit She has Italy In the glory of I at Mount Sinai cemetery
commission Bentley's
that to him any thought of Florida vehicle which was liable for registration was in the tentative budget. At her citrus groves and azure skies Graham.

years as chairman, was appointed brings to mind, first of all, scores or re-registration as of the meeting of the highway department -'She has Spain In the legends and Mr. Williams
acting secretary.The Thursday ina
of vivid streams and streamlets, January 1st unless such penalty is a year ago, a strong delegation the land-marks of the Conquistador local
commission then spent the winding through, swamp growths paid, in addition to the price of ( from all counties traversedby .; for on an Easter Sunday wounds inflicted hospital In hie from bullet, '
remainder of the day hearing delegations neck. It
'whose but the tag. The operation of any motor Juan
magnificent density all highway 28 appeared and was more than four centuries ago is that
from all parts of the state alleged Williams and a
vehicle after the month of
defies Invasion; luminous lakes, Informed that the PalatkaLakeCity Ponce de Leon planted od h"r poll' friend named
and attempting to draft a tenta- Ray Goodge, of
rimmed with glistening white sand; February, without having attached I the standard and called
Short Route would be hurriedto Spanish ,
tive budget around an anticipated Slarkw, .who is a patient at the
for the
thereto a license tag
woods Inter- !
and fragrant pine completion. this garden Pascua Florida, which '
revenue of approximately $8,000- local hospital Wlttt If wound
spersed with moss-draped hard- current year shall subject the operator la Tho Feast of Flowers She has fi -
000. Work on the budget will be were fired by a namett-
thereof to arrest and upon
woods and sprinkled with glittering age at St. Augustine, the oldest set
continued tomorrow.The as provided by law for the STARKE THEATRE Frank LaRue, ns they sought to
fanleaves of saw palmetto, writes tlement In the United States; she
final budget will be adopted Hugh Hammond Bennett in his ar- operation of a motor vehicle with- 1 RE-OPENS FRIDAY obtain articles from a home at
I has youth In cities which have 1
at a meeting in Lakeland Feb- out license but this __ Sampson City.Williams .
ticle on Florida which Is published proper ; para- full-blown Into being Impa-
ruary 17, at which time the com- shall not to motor sprung ; and Goodge were asked
In the February Issue of Holland'sthe graph apply Mr Robert Demorest has book- ,tient of the transitional stages of
mission also will award contractsfor magazine of the South. In fur- vehicles which were not liable to 1 I ed a special road show In the hamlet, village and town. ,by Mann Robinson, a friend, to

a six months supply of auto- ther reference to Florida, Mr. Ben- registration or re-registration on Gaiety Theatre, Starke this week more household goods from a
mobile tires for the department. The central figure of the Flor Here grow every plant and tree house said to to
nett says, "Through this land of January 1st of such year. (As Friday and Saturday, January 22, belong Robinson.
Before each commissioner began amended Acts 1931. ida exhibit at Chicago 1933World's which can grow anywhere from the Robinson was reported to be
lakes and verdue flows the beauti- by ) 23. This will mark the first at- estranged -
making his recommendation for ful Withlacoocb.ee, .a river of dark- There is nothing in the law to with Fair electric will hold aloft an traction to play the theatre this northern reaches to tropic jungles. from his wife, Blanche

the tentative budget, the board ish "swamp" water, bordered with compel an owner to buy a license cealed orange In the globe, resting effect on con-a year and a reputable presentation Here are fifteen million acres of Robinson, who continued to occu-

agreed to seek a place in the bud- dense forest of cypress, gum, and tag before February, or within cornucopia symbolic of peace and of unusual merit is promised to forest pine, and twenty-two million py the house.

get for construction of emergency bay, with characteristic drapery of any other given time. The law plenty. The figure will rise froman the people of Starke who enjoy "In orange and grapefruit trees. As Williams and Goodge ap- I
landing fields for airplanes thru- Spanish moss. Toward east and I. simply draws the line around January electric cascade, the water fallIng the flesh" entertainment.The Here are palm trees wading in the proached the house, it Is alleged i

out the sttae, for paving on the west, the land rises gradually to 31 of each year as the last Into a basin of water lilies attraction arranged for Is surf. The dining tables of the LaRue, who was boarding there,

campus of the University of Flor- the enclosing pine lands, through I day on which tags of the previous the pool alive wy.h! fish known as "The Great George" Eng world are blessed by Florida's In- opened fire from a window. It

ida at Gainesville and on the cam- which occur occasional Isolated year may be used on motor vehicles The figure will,.be of heroic I land's Master Magician and "Mme. xhautlble bounty; the brides of was said that Williams and Goodge '

pus of the Florida State Collegefor hammocks. Locally, the Wtthla- of all kinds. size. It Is the work'-of Mr. George Alma" mentalist who will offer two the\ continent step to the altar bad given him no cause for such

Women here, and for beautification coochee is bordered on the west The law states that 1932 license E. Ganlere of Stetson University I full evenings program. The com- crowned with orange blossoms, action. The two men were brought
work along with mainten- must be De Land,. whose fame la nation- Florida's state flower. to the hospital here.
tags obtained
side by distant bluffs, often show- January pany consists of magic, mind read.
ance work on projects to be desig- ing exposures of curiously weath- 1. The tags went on sale Decem- wide largely from his Lincoln In Ing, music and song. "George" and Fifteen thousand' miles of smooth Williams, who was a native of

nated later. ered limestone. Isolated areas, ber 1, and owners are given a the capitol at Springfield, 111. : his "Mysteries of 1032" played at hard roads tempt you to wanderfar Sampson City, had resided in this

where the original growth consistsof month to procure them. When 'the beautiful Florida Theatre in In Florida. They blaze a veritable section his entire life with the exception -

Bentley Quits Highway Post hardwood or Sabal palmetto or January 1 arrives and an owner SUWANNEE PRESS Jacksonville Jan 2nd. rainbow of color, from yellow of a period during whichhe

Tallahassee, Jan. 15.-Robert W. mixtures of these trees, along with has not procured a new tag the The program will be changed en- jasmine, scarlet flamevlne, oleander served In the World War. He

Bentley of Bradenton, for three more or less pine, occur throughout law makes it plain he may continue MET IN STAKKE tirely each night. George is fam- orchid and poinsettia, to the was employed by Central Florida

years chairman of Florida high- Florida. Such areas, knownas to use his old tag until Feb- ous for his comedy routines of the deep gray-greens of cypress' live Bakeries.

way commission, resigned from the hammocks, are always more I, ruary 1, but in that event he will Only a few or the members of mustlc art, while Mme. Alma, ii oak, and pine and palm and SpanIsh -------" -

road board today and within a few productive than "plney-woods" be charged 15 per cent additional the Suwannee River Press Association the youngest of the mental mar- moss. WINTER HAVEN

hours Governor Carlton announcedthe land, and many of the betterdrained when he does procure his new tagif met in Starke last Friday vels. She apparently sees and More than 30,000 Inland lakes PASTOR' 1IKKK TONIGHT

appointment of Addison C, ones have been brought into cultivation -, purchase is made after January night In their monthly session, knows many startling things. She mirror the smiling sky Blue -

Logan, Tampa contractor, as Bent- In the vicinity of Cole- 31. members coming from Jasper, Per- I answers sincere questions from the surf and hundreds of miles of coral Dr. J. II. Griffin, pastor of the

ley's successor man, for example, some magnificent Owners who have kept their ry, Madison and Bronson. The stage pertaining to business affairs beach beckon you to fish or swimor Baptist church of Winter Haven,,,

Bentley was relieved of the citrus groves are to be seen automobiles;>> In the garage during meeting was held at the Magnolia travels, lost articles, etc. bask In the lifegivingsun.. will visit Starke on Friday. Jan. 22, '

chairmanship Wednesday when on oak palmetto hammocks sur- January; or since December 31, and Cafe and a short business session Special scenery lighting effects Above your head are birds of and will speak In the First Baptist

the commission at its annual bud- rounded by broad stretches of unused can tender an affidavit to the dealer was held following the dinner. and an abundance of apparatus to peace; around you the gentle Gulf Church, at 2:30: p m., In the Interests -

get meeting elected Marry H. pine country. The orange to this effect, may buy a new .. carried for this show. Doors openat Stream casts Its charm of never- of the special orphanage

Wells, Chipley, lawyer and chair- groves are decorated wits Sabal tag: after January 31 without pay- 7:30 and curtain Is at 8:00: p. m. ending summer.A campaign of the Florida Baptist

man of the state Democratic executive palmettoes that lift their bushy, ing the penalty, and this is the STATE CANDIDATES IIERE nightly, small sensible prices prevail land worth battling for. No Convention, which has as its objective -

committee,'chairman. emerald heads magnlflciently only way in which to escape the iBc for children, and 25c for wonder Ponco de Leon, De Soto, the raising of $4 ,OOO during
Bentley's resignation leaves W. above the deep citrus trees. When penalty, the department reports. Dr. Fons/ Hathaway, candidate adults. and Drake all fought so manfullyto January, February and March for

A. Shands of Gainesville the only winds are singing among the leaf- for governor, spent several hoursin possess It, No wonder it lured the state Baptist orphanage at Ar
Starke in the Interest
member of Governor Carlton's less branches of the north, and HAMILTON COUNTY Saturday KERRY SHIPMENTS such modern conquerors as Flag- cadia. At this meeting, Dr Griffin -
commission who cold of his candidacy. Dr. Hathaway ler and 1 Plant to penetrate the won- will confer with ministers
original highway snow and slush and bitter "DIRT FARMER"' IN ARK' INCREASING and
stated he had returned from
Is still on the board. Shands rep- grip the world, golden fruit still RACK FOR GOVERNOR just a derland from end to end with Florida's laymen of the New River Association -
tour of the western! part of the '
resents the second congressionaldistrict. lights those verdant groves, and from the great railroad systems-- as to the raising of a proportionate -
state and that the reaction to his Strawberry shipments
"snaring wild Islands and binding
redbirds and bluebirds streak thru share of this fund, Sunday.
Jasper, Fla., Jan. 18.-A "dirt'armer" platform was favorable and that local platform have been Increasing '
turbulent with concrete and
Bentley's resignation, dated yes- the foliage. has announced his candidacy he had been given encouragementIn during the past ten days from season March 6 being designated as the

terday but handed to Governor for the democratic guber- his campaign.Hon. 40 to 75 crates dally to 175 crates steel. general "Ingathering day" In the
Carlton reason for Go to Florida. Follow through to churches of the state A full attendance
today, gave no CAR TURNED OVER natorial nomination. -
Monday, most of the shipments -
Lester W. mak- goIng
Tampa and Key West! where the
his retirement. It added that the DRIVER WAS KILLED lie is Montgomery Potter, of of ministers and laymen.of .
ing the race fora congressman at out by open express, althoughsome
good cigars are made. Visit the ,
successor be named at once so he the association who have been.
county, who declared In freezers have rolled. 160
large, was Interviewing voters
himself with thecommission's stately southern cities of Pensa-: notified either by letter .
might familiarize Plant City, Jan. 15.-Joseph his announcement yesterday that here Monday. Mr. Jennings Is a crates were shipped out Tuesdayby I or through.the
cola Tallahassee St Augustine.
tentative budget for Carlton Keen Jr.. forty-eight press Is atiked.
while "I am politically unknown in Former state senator and is making express, followed by approxi-
1932 before the adoption of the old. was instantly killed last Sunday the state, I feel it shouldn't be necessary Wednesday and Behold aggressive Jacksonville i Other meetings will follow
the race for the new seat in mately fifty on
America's Riviera, St. Au-
final budget at Lakeland, February night at what Is known asWiggins' that a person be a financial given Florida. The last sixty crates by Thursday's ex- Enjoy throughout the state during the
congress gustine, Miami and Palm Beach.
coming months, all the churches
17 the Youmans-
curve on moloch nor even a man of fameto reached
HtjBH. Thursday's prices
legislature fallal/ : to redistrict the
It stated tbat for the first. time Springhead road. J. M. Touchton, qualify him for this exalted of state, which forces the new con- $. ,80 per crate but the average Dream under moss-hung oaks beside being prepared for the day of Ingathering
the Suwannee
In the road department end- but .' when it is hoped to secure -
years riding with him, was painfully fice. gressman to run at large. for the week will not exceed 13
ed Its year, December 31, 1931, not seriously injured. The car In announcing his platform, Mr. cents per quart. speeding automobiles on Dayton'swavehardened the full amount to clear the

with a balanced budget and with which Keen was driving turned Potter said he favored changes in sands. See Flor- orphanage of debt.
COUNTY: COURT NEXT WEEK Market conditions as shown by ida's beautiful state university; :
It down in Dr. Griffin was selected by the
15,0I53.58 In reserve. compared over, pinning the driver the banking laws, conservation ofFlorida's
the broken. government are depressed see where Edison! lived and worked state Baptist convention to direct
this condition with depart- such way that his neck was highways, Improvementof
I A heavy docket faces the regular the highest for the week being and prolonged his life. Play and
ment's financial status on January He was a farmer, and was laws regulating l Iscuance of mu- his Important camplgn and was
monthly term of court next 23 cents per quart. Growers In and rest In this land where
county laugh
10, 1929 when Bentley took office, growing strawberries on one of the nicipal bonds and regulation of released by unanimous vote of his
Tuesday, January 26th, and It is the southern part of the state re- Ponce de Leon was sure he would
then had congregation here to take the
and said the department F. E. DeVane places at Springhead. competitors of railroads. up
likely three will be needed ceived an average price last week. fountain of eternal
liabilities amounting to $2,218- The family moved to this section days to find the youth. work, for three months. His con-
: dispose of the accumulation of end of 7 1.2 cents per pint, although Rejoice that this paradise Is part
gregation continues to him his.
327.27. about a year and a half ago from LUTHER Q. POWELL JR. pay
It concluded with a statementthat Hampton, Bradford county.Mr. cases. Jurors for this term have some sales were reportedas and percel of your own United regular salary and he receives not.
been summoned and high as 8 3-4 cents.
Gardi- States.
the department in three years Keen leaves a wife and nine Luther G. Powell, Jr., son of Mt. Judge remuneration whatever! from the/
under Bentley's chairmanship built children, three sons, six daughters.The and Mrs. L. G. Powell, born Feb- ner stated Wednesday that he Car tots will likely start from The whole country is proud of I orphanage board other than his actual -

as many miles of paved roads as sons are Nathan, Leon and ruary 13th, 1922, passed away would make an effort to dispose of both Starke and Lawtey within the Florida, just as a family Is proudof expenses of travel and the

the previous administration did in William. The daughters are Elsie, Monday morning following a brief the greater number of cases at next few days If the warm weather an especially beautiful like. Dr. Griffin, a native of Polk

lour years. Nellie, Dorothy, Clara Joyce and illness.A this term. bolds and the volume increases Florida to you General sllltttr'j county, has for 13 years been pastor -

The highway commission yes- Mrs. Delate Dixon. beautiful and comforting service Some berries from the Lawtey section fers Its tribute of of the local church. He baa

tentative deceased Identified with are being shipped from Rai- -----.- for years been of the trusted( leaders -
terday adopted a budgetfor The was was conducted ..t the Baptist MAINE8 OCT FOR SENATE
1932 calling for the expendi- the Woodmen of the World. church Tuesday afternoon Dr. G. ford, together with berries from STATE WILL GIVECONVICTS In the Florida Baptist convention -

ture of approximately $12.500,000 Funeral services were held Tues- P. Raymond officiating.! The interment Judge Hal Mains of Lake Butler the Macclenny and Lake Butler HOT AND and Is universally regarded asa

on construction and maintenanceof day morning, conducted by ElderE. was at Crosby Lake ceme- announces in this Issue for sections prices being received by COLT SHOWER BATH most capable director In this Important -

roads and bridges. J. DeVane, and interment was tery with DeWItt C. Jones Com- state senator from the fifteenth growers ranging upward from 10 campaign Dr. Griffin appeals -

at Mt Enon under direction of the pany In charge. A profusion of senatorial district, made up of cents a quart.SPECIAL Imagine convict No. 131313 at to the 100.00O Baptist of

VISITORS HERE Wells Company. lovely flower banked the grave. Bradford and Union counties. Mr. any of Florida's 24 prison camps Florida' to rally to the call and
The pallbearers were: Messrs. Maine has been county judge of TERM OF for road gangs rousing himself make March 6 a successful debt-

E. M.: Nix, development agent KEYSTONE Lester Price Robinson, Charles Union county for several years and CIRCUIT COURT from his slumbers and calling to a ,' raising day for the state orphanage
for the Seaboard Railway, and Lucian Klckliter, Walter McDonald is one of the most popular officials guard to prepare his morning bath. -

Tate Powell, editor of the Macclenny Jr., and Milton Drownlee, Jr. of that county. A special term of circuit court However, state prison bureau officials .

Press, were visitors in Starke' The "Minstrel! Flashes of 1932" Among the out of town persona for Bradford county has been call- say it won't come to that "SWAP" FILLING STATIONS

Tuesday. Mr. Powell Is working will be given at the Chautauqua attending the funeral were: Mrs., Mount Dora- Donnelly business .ed for Monday, February 29th, according although they did announce today
toward establishing) a strawberry auditorium at Keystone Heights R. A. Gahagan and two sons, and building at Donnelly and Fifth ave- to announcement given out that hot and cold shower baths Hamilton Flitch, operator of the

market in Macclenny, and believes Saturday, January 23rd for bene- Miss Etta Frlpp, of Savannah, Ga., nues sold to O. E. JOGS of Cheshire Wednesday. Accumulation of criminal soon will be installed at all convict Gulf Filling Station corner Madison ."

sufficient acreage has been secured fit of the community church choir. Miss Louise Frlpp. of Columbia, S. Conn., who plans Improve- cases was given as the reason camps to Insure better sanitary and Welnut is now in charge .I
there to in.'Mr. The minstrel will the first : conditions the 1,100 prisoners of the Standard Station on the op-.>;
get buyers to come occupy C., Mr. William Frlpp. of Charles- menu on structure. for the special term, there being among
Nix stated that 150 acres of 'cucumbers part of the show featuring six town S. C., and Mrs. Hugh J. twenty-six such cases pending. quartered In the road camps. poslte corner, formerly conducted' ',,
will be grown for' the black face comedians, and the sec Beckman of HardeevWe, S. C. i Tampa Mass meeting of farm- ...-5- by A. L. Kohr, Jr. Mr. Kahr hall/ ,

:Manhattan Produce Co., by farmers ond act will consist of a night club ers of west coast held here recently Key West Bell-Bush Miniature Plant City Total of 99 cars taken over the, station that Mr.1l,

In this section who signed up revue with ten beautiful chorus Frostproof Day Nursery dedicated for purpose- of discussing and Golf Course opened after Im cirua fruit shipped out of here Retch" relinquished and will continue -,;

with him. girls. planning for i opening of market. provements. during recent week. its operation '

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f f,1,', I ..;' r PATSY IJRINSON, Society Editor B fI S JOURNAL HOPE HAYNES, Junior Reporter

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8T.YKKE DEFEATS "Oh," answered a voice, "you ise to play fast game and to give end here with her parents, Mr. and and we extend to him and

J.8 PENNEY FARMS have much to live for! Look to the r- EDITORIAL COLUMN -r 7 Macclenny strong opposition. Let's Mrs. J. B. Thomas. TBERESSA Quigley a cordial Invltatloi .1

1r west and tell me what you see." all come out and give the school Mr. T. D. Dyal and son, Lloyd, come again,,

The Bradford girls basketball "I see beautiful flowers hold- ...--,--------,_.;. some support were attending to business in Ala Mrs. A. L. Sullivan, Cor. .

team defeated Penney Farms last Ing their petals toward me, what ,,chua Thursday
Friday night with the score of 24- can they mean by that?" Friendship I JOKES: I I Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and
13. The game was a fast one from I "Thoae flowers represent your Last night, I sat awhile thinkingof When actors need legs-Then daughter, Miss Hazel were visitingin Betty Jo Burdett of St. Petersburg, BOOTSEY'S BEACH

beginning to end, but the Starke loving little playmates, asking friendship. When we speak of there's one about the actor who Gainesville Saturday.Mrs. Miss Lucille Bennett and Little (L. Gaaklna, Cor.)
girls were just a little too good you not to leave them for they our friends do we stop to think toured the country In "Hamlet I I :I. W. Dyal and daughter, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. Sulli-
what the word
for the girls from Penney Farms. shall miss you." "Look towardthe really means? What kind of run did you haveIn Miss Marlon Lee, ot Graham spent
Starke got away with a fast beginning east and tell me if all you see I picture a friend as one who will Savannah? he walt asked. I: the week-end here with her parents van.Mrs.. D. W. Moore was the guestof Mr ana Mrs. J. I* Uuskina vnj

by getting seven points Is clear to you." share my Joy and sorrow with me, "We))," was the reply, "we beat Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. I Mrs. L. V. Moore of Starke Sat- children and Mr. R. N. Crawford

before Penney Farms got any. "I see two angels weeping What who will stay by me In adversityas the audience over the county line I! There will be services at Little urday. attended church at Union Sa< ir-

Stump led In the scoring with 13 can be hurting them? I thought well as In prosperity. Nothing i by three minutes."-New York Rock church Saturday and Sun Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Zeigler of day.Mr.
should be too dear for us to share and Mrs. C. M. Flandet
ry, points. Rowe scored 11. they were always happy. Morning Telegraph. Gainesville, visited Mr. Zeigler'a
with frlenda. day.Mr WaycroBS, Ga., and Mr. and
The Penney Farms town team I "That, dear Wayne, represents our and Mrs. Dyal of Graham parents, Mr. and Mrs,,, J. J. Zeigler Mra
I recall the of French- Charlie Flanders and two
story a
defeated the Bradford boys by the your father and mother." Underworld On Top were visiting at the home of Mr Monday. son it
c score of 16 to 11 in a fast and "Do you suppose- ?" man who was living In this coun- The influence of gangster films and Mrs. T. D. Dyal Thursday eve Miss Teresa Bennett of Raiford,, Brunswick, Ga., spent Sunday rf
try when the great war began. He the guests of Mr. and Mrs. I
thrilling game. Strickland led in Wayne woke to find It all a has shown Its effect, not only upon ning. spent the week-end here the guestof 16
I went to France and the .
joined Thompson.Mr.
the scoring for Starke. dream. the youngsters but adults as well.) her sister, Mrs. C. Sullivan.
When the war was endedhe James Rosier and C
army. E
the case of the school Rev. D. L. Phillips of Lawtey,
returned to America, a Crawford were visitors to
FOOTBALL LETTERS poor teacher who
absent-mindedly bark, was a visitor to Theressa Saturday -
PRESENTED IN CHAPEL man.One "Stick 'em up" when he wanted GREENWOOD Saturday afternoon.
day he met an old friend of those Triest' Mr. :Marshall Pringle of Mivllln .
members of the class who
Messrs. T. B. and
The football letters for the It surely seems good to have Resole his. After talking a while the knew the Emmalyne Prlngle, Cor. wera n __ .. vlnltlrtffMr.. ------0. _-.._ W... r_?.. r_>.hHer ..-
year answer to signify in the I{were shopping In Starke Saturday.
back with You know I
us again.
Frenchman showed his friend a Saturday afternoon.
were presented to the boys in usual way.-New York Morning of
Mr. J. D Tompaon Keystone
g Ressle has had a "bumpy Mrs. C. A. and son, Sin-
last The letters surely small sewing kit In the likeness of Telegraph. Pringle Mr. and Mrs R. N. Crawford
chapel Thursday. to Theresan
were given to the ones playing in time" since Christmas. Meales, a book. On, the front of the kit clair, were business visitors to Heights. was a spent Monday the guests of Mi

1 the number of who 'nuff said.) was a pin in the shape of a heart Her Starke Thursday. Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon near Stark
greatest games, Knocking Cold and Mrs. Thos. Brown of
with a dagger In it, representingthe Mr. and Mrs Lessly McClellan Mr and Mrs. M. L. Thompsonand
ex showed a good spirit of sportsmanship The advertising man was pro- Hampton visited Mr. and Mrs. D.
When the seniors don't send spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs ,
representatives bleeding heart of France. children and Miss Mamie
} and posing, "Remember
practiced. regularly he said, "thisIs W. Moore Sunday.
to the various Handing the article to his friendhe Everett Futch. Thompson spent Sunday near Law
played well.Letters the last day for this astoundIng
Bennett of Is
+ Mr. G. :M. Jasper
were presented to the branches of athletics, well there said, "My mother made this for offer."-Lehigh Burr. Mrs J. J. Smith has returned tey the guests of. Mr. and Mrs. Dan
C. Sul
his Mrs.
i 1 won't be athletics. I love it home after spending a week with visiting daughter
r following: Ben Sternberg, captain; any me while I was In France. I livan. Starling.
pr Lester Price Robinson, Ortho Ma- more than anything else I have." her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mr. James Goodfellow of Law
Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan
One of the former B. H. S. stu- His friend looked at It and startedto Carroll. tey were visiting Mr. W. C. Ches-
theny, Henry Mast, Willie Strick-
McRae, visited Mr. and Mrs. S. R.
: land, Ralph Cox, Mac Davis, Malcolm dents decided to come home. He is return it but the man said, 'You FIVE MILEMrs. Misses Emmalyne and Evelyn Swindell ser one day last week.
a no other than Glen McMillan, who keep It Ed." Moseley were visiting their cous- Sunday.Mr. Miss Bertice Gaskins spent the
ha Lewis, Eldredge Robinson, r. P. Cor. and Mra. Jake Cartensenand
has been In California.The Dekle in Willie Mae Reddish Sunday.
Inman, Harry Tlaon, Ivan Hazen, "But I can't accept this, as dearas week-end at Hellbronn the guestof
f. children were shopping in
? Tommy Cason, Merrill Edwards, it Is to you," said his friend. Mrs. Nathan Starling spent Monday her brother and sister-in-law
Fro Strickland. high school was well) repre- "Oh," said the Frenchman. "But M. P, Dekle was transacting afternoon with her sister Mrs. Gainesville Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Darby Gaskins.

than sented at the Florida Glee Club you are my only good friend and I business In Worthington Thursday. W. H. Prlngle. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan were I Master J. B. Kirkland of Campville .
business visitors to Hampton Sat.I
4 TALKING IN THE MOVIES concert. want you to have it." Mr. and Mrs Will Andrews of Mrs. Waldo Pringle returned is making his home here with

f'' This shows that a good friendIs 'New River were guests of Mr. and home Saturday after spending a I urday. his sister, Mrs Bertie Chesser.

t The following compositions were A big surprise Is due to appearIn willing to give his dearest possession Mrs. P. P. Dekle Thursday. few days with her sister, Mrs. Dave i Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan visited Mrs Sebe Harris,> Mr. and Mrs,

ze written in conscious Imitation of next week's school paper. Watch to one he loves. Avery Parrish of Brooker visited Shaw of Lacrosse. Mrs.-Josephine Sullivan of Hampton S. H. Thompson of Woodlawn and

certain authors studied in English for it. I know this, to be a true story relatives here "Yiday. Mrs. Allan Nolan 'and Miss Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilkersun
Messrs. S. R. and Willis Swin-
I" and American literature. for I used to see the Frenchman Mrs. L. P. DeUe was shopping Nancy Starling spent Saturday afternoon were visiting Mr. and Mrs. I. B

(In b. tiation of the style of Penney Farms Is a nice sociable often, and many times I have seen in Worthington Saturday.E. with their cousin, Mrs. dell were business visitors to Thompson Saturday night.

infr I V J Holmes' 'Autocrat of the Breakfast place so far as the basketball) the kit and heard the story for the L. Gainey and O. P. Dekle Daisy Starling.Mr. Starke Monday. Mrs. C. Yarborough and son, A
I" Table"). teams are concerned. Frenchman's friend was my father. were transacting business in Lake Kay and Sinclair Moseley Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sascer and J. of Vanderbilt and Vanlce Keene

,.;' Is there anything so disgusting Why can't we all have friends Butler Friday afternoon., attended the ball game at Baldwin little son, J. W., are visiting Mr. of DeLeon Springs, were visitingat

l'' as to be behind two ladles of the Louise Thede motored to Jack- like that? Is it our own fault if Dana Duke and Alton Duke Saturday night. and Mrs. Wilmot Brown. the home of Mr. L. M. Murrhe

[ ao-called aristocracy (In a movie) sonville Sunday afternoon, just fora we don't' ? were shopping in Lake Butler Saturday Mr. Guy Futch was visiting his Messrs. Clyde and Bill Hall are Sunday night.,

I I and hear them talk about everything change. sister Mrs. Gladys Pringle Sunday spending a few days in Brooker.On .
HONOR ROLL B. night. account of Illness, Bro. J. N. TO REPRESENT FLORIDAAT
i from the artificial/ eyebrows L. Duke, sustained tmlnfnl injuries .
kCii I of Greta Garbo to the eccentricitiesof CHAPEL I Saturday, having' -been Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pringle were laymen was unable to fill his ap OUTLOOK MEE1I.M1:
Lowell Thomas, the lecturer Below appears a section of the thrown from a wagon. visiting Mr. and Mrs A. B. Rosier pointment at the Baptist church

( What a talker by the way, !la honor roll omitted last week: Mr. and Mrs P. Dekle and son, Sunday afternoon.Mr. Saturday and Sunday. Florida will be represented at the
Lowell Thomas. He is as traveledas March-Patsy Brlnaon. 4th grade: Billy Jackson Tom- Klrke, accompanied by Rev. S. S. and Mrs. A. B. Rosier spent The Theressa B. y, P. U. gave a annual National Farm Outlook

RIpley and as specific as to details Scripture Reading Mrs. Mc- my Rltch, Archibald Thomas Jr., Proctor attended services at New Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. chicken pilau supper Friday nightat Conference to be held in Washington /

ia as John Stoddard. I Lendon. Juanita Barefoot, Doris Crews, River and were dinner guests of Rosier. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene -' D. C., January 25-29 by A. P

., Well, the ladles adjust their Lord's Prayer-Led by Mrs. Mc- Jean Davis Mary Louise Dyal, Mr. and Mrs Will Andrews. I Mrs. Allan Nolan and Miss Kinchu. A large crow was Spencer, vice-director of the Florida

lorgnettes and give a review of the Lendon. Margaret Lowry. Mrs. Herbert J. N. Gainey is visiting relatives i Nancy Starling spent Sunday afternoon -I present and all enjoyed ,a bountl-I Agricultural Extension Ser

picture; Robert Montgomery Is Announcements Mrs. A. E. Hart, teacher: and friends bean this week., with Mrs. Waldo Pringle. I II ful supper of chicken lIau vice.This

to not up to par; Dorothy Jordan's Wall. S Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rainey have Mr, and Mrs. N. R. Traytoi of I salads and pickles. All left at a conference is held, by the
Piano Duet, "With Winds andTide" BELIEVE IT OR NOT late hour after giving Mr. and
dress Is Agricultural Economics
disgraceful, and her voice moved to bur section, occupying Maxvllle, were visiting Mr. and
th Isn't aa clear as it should be for Evelyn and Marjorie the cottage recently vacated by Mrs. C. A. Pringle Friday night. Mrs. Kinchu thanks for a most enjoyable and the Extension Service of'the

? an actress of her caliber; Evelyn Stump. The boys lost a basketball game. Sebe Harris. Mr. Harris has evening. U. S. Department of Agriculture
Brent la certainly misplaced-she Life of Mrs. Franklin Roosevelt History pupils are worrying moved to the Lawtey section. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pringle were Mr. Floyd Crosby of Starke, was and the Federal, Farm Board to
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosier
Oily shouldn't play that kind of role; -Louise Jackson. about their term papers. Howard Gainey Klrke and Jul a visitor to Theressa Sunday.Mr. consider from a national viewpointthe
Charles FarrellI Piano Solo, selected, "Etude"- All the Trig class Is passing.The ian Dekle attended the Sunday. Howard Moore of Gaines- supply demand, and production .
play at Mr. and Mrs.
jn don't really object to youngsters Louise Thede. girls have the earringcraze. Lake Butler Thursday William Pringle ville spent the week-end here with outlook for farm products.
Reading-Dorothy Smith. evening. spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. his parents, Mr. and Mrs D. W.
x ., talking sometime but when Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Falrcloth ac- and Mrs. N. L.
't' : they get In an argument aa to Saxophone solo-Cleo Shepard. Resale has recuperated from the companied by Mrs.. T. U. Parrish Moore.
1 / ; which one looks like Clara Bow Song, "Days of Youth"-By measles. spent Thursday here. Mrs. C. A. Pringle and little Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley of DR. It. W. IlABTINDIINTIST

i It la a different matter, School. The juniors say we aren't goingto Misses Ida and Winnie Blume daughter, Jewell Edith WPS visIting Starke attended church here Sun-

9t '. March-Patsy Brlnaon. have a banquet. were shopping In Dukes Wednes Mrs. William Pringle Friday day and as the pastor was absent
I A Child's Dream Just fourteen more weeks of afternoon. Mr. Quigley gave some very inter- Phone S3 Hws B to S

.f (In imitation of the style of Addlson' }'OUESTRIUOVIE school-just that long. day.Jesse Dukes was the guest of :Mrs. H. O. Rivera and daughter, esting talks first on the scriptureand Over Corpenlng'a Drug Store

( "Vision of Mlrza" from the Miss Myrtice gave Ben some de Mr. and Mrs M. P. Dekle recently. Mra. Dave Shaw spent Tuesday last on prohibition. Mr. Quigley -
p I Spectator.) merits. Leslie Green of Brooker with Mr. and :Mrs. Waldo Pringle. is a very interesting speaker,
rtoffl t was the
Friday afternoon the school was Patsy Is still taking geometry. ___ _
\ ,; ,; Wayne was punished for guest or Robbie and Joel n n. n -
!, something excused from the last class in the .Parrish --- -
he was not of. Sunday..
guilty He
afternoon to
see a very Interesting STARKK vs. MACCLENNY
went to bed discouraged with his forestry moving picture on the Miss Eliza Dukes spent several w

parents and very much disgustedwith "Prevention of Forestry Fires. Friday. Jan. 22, Bradford's bas- days last week with Mr. and Mrs. vV
life in general. He drifted In- R. E. Parrish.
th This picture was beneficial as It ketball five will play Macclenny
do ,t. to a troubled sleep aa he muttered"What's showed the children how and why five on the local court. Both boys Mrs Russell Parrish and children

the use of living anyway they should try to prevent forest and girls teams are to play. Our are recovering from an at-
F:, ? ; fires. tack of measles.T. .
teams are working hard and
\' 't' prom- H. Watters and N.. .. H.. st v. ...
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y -
were visitors to this section Saturday -

rsi DAYS. _';:;.,' By DWIG Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Dekle visited

I : her mother Mra. Sarah Jane Dukes

ttf1 i ;. Tuesday.
l.' Miss Josephine Blume called
If on
i I tai j Mesdamea R. E. Parrish and E.
F.F.H TilltuV 1 Hall Sunday.
l lie" GOS"l 2 rI.ST)

',' I J +/ NOT SO 'f tAM' RIQ\T.\ pgooT1t1Ep,6o ;o. Leon and Olin Parrish were visItors -

", ; I .. weYl"9 \SeAe, t \I OHEOiL r ( to Worthington Saturday.
'1 '] ,I 5'M\t'\t'\\t\r RIGHT' TAA't eta dLgvfe. y; Mrs. D. N. Harris and daughter, .
1)ce)\ I Ruby, spent
I 1, 1\\-\ ICE Monday with Mrs ,
( \tite
I ITt NC Rote UftDel'T ice yBENwo Will Harris.
ex ; ( j l VI %eRJ! Eif\e\ t .
x'' ed Sf \ ,, }Ft STAl'lDI''" NOW f TAA't Thane YW1 I A>sT SliPt'lEG, Mrs Mrs.Brady B. J.Keerce Thomas, were and daughter here Sat-,

I, ., r' : tour Seen hoe. f STRIPPeD two 'r'C"r B6TI urday.B. SAFETY

i* '. I'' IT, DOM) It t tM prttA NI'GITO17ty U Ull O. P.. L.Dekle Duke are B.shipping F. Gainey berries and -

.1 g t'\eMee\ regularly twice each week.
, p! 111 Aft.1lOVef Mrs. Eugene Hall returned to

her home at Cross City Sunday. { Every time you step it up to 55-60-65 and

I ... -- Mr. and Mrs. James Parrish, tires
your are badly worn you are taking
,f Brooker, were Sunday
guests of
1 I Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Parrish. .... that proverbial gambler's chance one shot
. ; \ ,4-. Mills
, ( Blume called on in a hundred.
hire L. P.
th i. Deekle Monday.

.p) :, O. P. Dekle D. L. Duke, Alton Why play such long odds when you can buy
f,. ths'c t and F. Dukes
visited in Alachua
' ; I Iz ::6 i Sunday. comfort ease of mind mileage and, above

; .c v iN ,rf"d Mra. D. J. O. Green la quite ill. all, Safety at so low a cost.

of |Her frienda wish for her a speedy

on 4- I recovery.Mr. Pennsylvania Tires take all the chance out of
.' ''I I. j y y and Mrs. D, L. Duke visited motoring.
:\' Cols : her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cauthen
'fi ;
,, Saturday evening.Dr. Come in today and
h equip your car with these
J. M. Mann
was a
1'A\VI,'' }i"i"'I I,, day. visitor to our section professional Mon fine first line, high quality tires.pennyluania .

oil pErt.ev"":. L ) Tires

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J w, Mr. and Mrs O. W. Dyal and I Courtesy Service
) ,i..., Mr. Elsie Mlckler of Graham spent StationD.

;wftb Saturday afternoon here with Mr.
and Mrs. Blrt Stokes.

'j Mr. H. II. Howard and S. L. Montieth Prop. Phone 13
k I. Prescott ,
t r were attending to business -
&;.'1.r S tR -. 't-.. I .In Gainesville Monday. Starke Florida

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unatV.. JANUARY 22. 1032

--- ----- ------m u,____.._._. _____ ._BR\DFORn__ _______f-n/rwnT'v'rwrl.tip. .. ae/n. STARKE, FLORIDA. .ano.....,.,._,. _..u.__._.._.
I '- -- .. .
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of the road but that two tires were J: Tampa Scottish Club, was being dinner guests of ){; and Mrs O. --- --- .'
Zary and children THANKS'We
afire. The officer found a man &s' I boomed for I CARD OF
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs I sleep In the car. He shook him' heroism a Carnegie At medal for W. Sapp. 'spent Sunday with relatives In I
today. the risk of his
Quite a large number from here Vanderbilt section.
; and the wish to
( man awoke to find that expres! our
own life. Anderson appre-
he was nearly surrounded! fire. crawlrd under)attended the play given at Brook- I Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez find ciation for the words of .
| by
I a house In PalmlCela and I I sympathy ,
rescued ler
Saturday ![children
night of
He helped the deputy to extinguish section were and deeds' of kindheui ua'J
the blaring 11\1. Karltiararan, Japanese expert I)I :Ifr Crystal Wiggins ha returned i I visiting Mr... an.,! Mrs. II M. McRae by our friends extended
pneumatics. in the lu e of a deadly gas for cn- from a visit In Fort during our bereavement
Myers and Sunday afternoon,
[L LIVE STATE NEWS I I at the death of our
Wauchula Hardee terminating termites, mice etc. other<< parts of South Florida. Mr. Ray and Claude Young left C. B. Gore father
who had been overcome when his Mr. and Mm. C. C. Wynn and last week for Miami. Mr. and Mrs.
strawberry shipments this week J. A Howe and ,
mask became .
gas unfastened children
while left
Monday for Georgia Mr. J. L. Underhill of Pine Level i
passed the family.Southern
I than million-pint mark, more using the gas. Nobody in a crowdof where Mr. Wynn has a position. section and H M. McRae attended
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES 300,000 pints ahead of shipments several hundred persons gather. Mrs. Wynn and children will return church at Wateroak Sunday _J
i during the previous record ed around the house dared make home soon. .. .-

'-'" -. -.-.- -.-.. .. -, ,, _.n -,- ",-i year to date. During the weekending the attempt but Anderson first Rev. Butler filled his regular appointment Daytona Beach Building permits Rw'y I
Thursday 931,185 pints had : fastening a rope around his leg by at the Christian churchat Issued In city during 1931 totaled
DeFunlak Springs-Workmen at Palm Beach The police depart been shipped to date Including which he could be hauled out if Long Bridge Saturday night $208,109.CLIIIK'8. Conductor Was
pie teat oil well near here are waiting ment here has put the soft pedalon 309,853 pints in the last six days. overcome went after tha unconscious Sunday.
for the concrete to set about its traffic Shipments from the county to date
lights. About two man and succeeded In bring- Quite a large crowd attended : IIaI'ORTRevert : Forced to Retire!
laslng, according to announcement weeks ago, four of the lights were Include 474,645 pints from Bowl- ing him far enough that othera church Sunday morning and eve- *
(today. The coming week Is ex installed here at strategic corners. ing Green, 89,460 pints from Wau could get hold of him; then Anderson ning at Long Bridge.Don't of<< the dork of Circuit His -
Ibected: to tell the tale of whetherhe This action to the surprise of the chula and 307,080 pints from Zolfo became unconscious and had forget Sunday school every Court Fhn Ida In, oit and account for Bradford Taxes County Aiaeaa-, Amazing Frlendit. to Recovery Take Barge Cruses Many e, a

| well has oil or gas. police was regarded almost as sacrilege Springs. Up to January 15, 1931, to be dragged out. Every avail- Sunday afternoon at 3:00: o'clockat ed for th- year 1H24.f
by manyold-tlme winter resi- shipments from the county were able ambulance in the city answered Long Bridge. Stai'k A..., Kla Knight., January tax eBn..rt"4, 1932. Everyone who '

West Palm Beach This city's dents, who preferred the former 209,662 pints. The previous record I the call for pulmotors and first ....... I.M' ..,,_County...... frmvrr_ __ ... *__ h would like to eat IFya
('overwork ordinance," which pro simplicity of Palm Beach. Now year 1930 saw 692,694, pints shipped I I aid workers. and the Jnnunr-- wan fly euioont rolle'teti' .1..n.IO.BS10.1, N. Zit better sleep bet- ; "(
hibited an employer working his the department is compromising.The UD to this date as a nrlce taken to( the city hospital, where To bat duo Her XI 74.438.81 ter, work better

mployes for more than 14, consecutive lights have not been taken of twelve to seventeen cents a'pint. he was resuciatated. Anderson recovered RISING To hnl 1 dun Fine Per A I Fnftli.r._. __ ..,,&U.79( and feel better ,1 II i:: ,
hours without a 10-hour "rest down but two of the lights will be The price showed a aUght Improve- from the effect of the Hy amount i'ollmti, . R78.A4 should profit by rill ,.. :.c II
fperlod," has been held Invalid by used only as "slow"' signals and ment this week, ranging from six deadly fumes within an hour and )HM )lute. MrHae. 'or. To bat CoanCr line l nand>"o. U.n.i.nrlilete-8,077.08 the experience of '' t

the circuit court. will be kept at yellow. The two to seven and one-half cents on the neither man apparently was the Mnlntennnrv others and take ''c- it

lights will continue In operation open market. The million pint mark worst today for the experience. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dobbs and Tn Hv Anionnr bnl doe oollpctpd l I'"r" 1 __-_. --___ 7./100.01 9A4/ Iff Sargon. Here's i. .
Quincy Quincy airport will be for the present.Tallahassl'eThere. was passed Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Cason, all of To Iml due nO'<-. XI 8.628.7. what Capt. T. E. "_ I I. !
formally opened by 50 aviators on Ralford Comity llalldln Sims, 0039 lilt --- I
visitors .
were here last Tn Hnl clue |)mt 7&O.2R t i
the Florida state air tour next were 41,740 Palatka B. J. Eckles, 60 I Thursday and were accompanied My amount ,'"%11..1..,il ftfl,44 Ave., Blrmlng.Capt.. T. E,81me:; { ,?;'
Thursday. There are three autogiros tons of commercial fertilizer soil: ; committed suicide Sunday night at I NEWKIVERMl ) home by Mrs B. M. McRae, who To l>Hl.Ooniitr line line 11.001-0..1 81 65J.84 ham says: "My health became so "

on the tour which Includes In Florida during December, the I his home in Pen lei, near, here, by I )] K' ..ale> Snpp. Cor. will upend several days with her To bnl due her 1 0,111 in rundown a year ago I had to retire < ;

some of tho greatest flyers In the inspection bureau of the state department I shooting himself through the heart I -- ----- sister, Mrs. J. D. Dobbs fly To amount linl. due inlliclnil n..,.. ai 7.AG411 1,16728, from active service after 23
country. The tour will go from of agriculture announced I dying in about five minutes EC- Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Jackson fotinlr IN,llH years, with my road. I had no appetite ,If
here to Tallahassee where It will' here Wednesday. Polk county, kles had been acting queerly for. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp are the of North Carolina were week-end ; To fly hnl.amount duo. rnllevteil tern. I __. 4(13( ./00 and my strength was leavIng g'

put on a show next Friday. with a consumption of 4,911 tons some time, it Is reported, and especially proud parents of a daughter which visitors of Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Mc. '"I'lo l In.. l. d q' h.n. :.11 '_...102.00 me rapidly. My kidneys were 1,

during the month, headed the list all day Saturday. He told was born January 6. Rae and left Monday for Palmetto 'To Iml Total dun.-.hool-n.cr.I"1'Pei.. 1 __ .la. overactive and I had to get up ep
, Tallahassee-The state prison of counties. St. Johns county was an employe on his place to report Rev. Hemingway of Starke, fill- where they will upend a few days Hy nmonnt, citlli.ctoil _.-141H18 1,83401* 10 and' 12 times at night Loss of '
[ bureau announced that 1317 prisoners second with 3.189 tons. Broward back to the home at 8 o'clock Sun- ed his regular appointment at the with Mrs. Jackson's parents, Mr. To bah line Nnb-Hpliool her. 31. _- ._ sleep made me extremely ncrvoua. tl

were received at the Raiford county was third with 3,115 tens' day night and the man becoming Baptist church Sunday morning; and Mrs. W. D. AIcRue. To hnl. dim I'"". 1 .Doalale_ --_]_.T. OH I I was continually taking medicines

State Prison Farm during 1931. Dade county came fourth with 2.526 ,- I suspicious, called Deputy Sheriff and Sheriff evening, Mr. and Mrs. Duncan McRae of To Hv bal amount duo llepliit l>...,. Ill .___. 8,851 1141.liB but nothing did me any ; t
The present population of the state tons. Hillsborough countywas Wayne Watkins, who went to the Epperson of Starke was Lake City, were visiting relativesIn Aarrlrnltural. IB lasting good until I started Sar- I;

I prison Is approximately 1700 while in fifth place with'2,145 tons. house with him at the appointedhour. week.a business vtlstor here one day last this section Sunday. Tn r
f about 1100 additional convicts are Other counties reporting more When they arrived they Miss Hazel Underhill spent the To Iml due .Pap 31 .__' __ 06384(: way; my nerves are as strong an
quartered at 24 road camps In various than 1,000 tons for the month were heard someone moving about In and Mr.niece and Mrs.of Markham and son week-end here with her parents To bnl\\'.due. ..'.".IVn'loil v. I .Fu..". 7/1'11/8/ / steel and I sleep all night without +
parts of the state. ,Alachua. Lake. Manatee. Madison. the rear of the house but the front the state farm at- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Underhill. Py nmoiint collected __. III.44) having to get up. It's amazing the 1
Orange, Ealm Beach, Pinellas- of the house was locked so they tended church at Long Bridge Sun- Mr. and Mrs. II. If. Lewis and To Iml t'urtnlnndlna. way my whole system Is strengthened -

Bradenton A dead carrier pigeon Putnam and Seminole went around to the back and called. day.Miss daughters Misses Edna and Thel- To bnl due I>PU. I _.. .. ._ .4.11811.79 and Invigorated. Sargon Pills
believed to have been sent out I They heard the party Inside go to Ruby Roberts of Lake But- ma, and Mrs. E. J. Lewis spent To Hv amount hnl due collected __ 57A.A4 rid me of constipation entirely. My
ler boo 31 ___ >
by the United States biological survey West Palm Beach In an effort the front of the house and then a spent Saturday night and Sun- Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Newn lluml .t llrlilvo Intervet. mid--1,07706 Klnkln recovery has been so remarkable t
was found by Mrs. Peggy to help South Florida farmers pistol was fired. When they brokein day with MIsH Ruth Tomllnnon. Mott at Heilbronn Springs To bal Fund that many of my friends have begun
Mr. doe bar. t t _. __ __
Mrs. 93.77373
Mann, of this city while gatheringsea place their operations on a more they found that Eckles had Jim Mott and chil- Mr. and Mm. F. M. White spent fly nmount rnllorted -.2H147I taking this wonderful treat- :
shells on Bradenton Beach. The scientific basis the state experiment built a coffin and had gotten in it dren of Brooker attended churchat part of last week at Waldo with I To Ian). due P.'r. I. 19,!>1S03: ment. Sold! by Canova Pharmacy

bird wore the customary leg band, station at Belle Glade near and killed himself. Long Bridge Sunday and were Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McRae. In a.* A.W.White ALDBRMAN,, Deputy, Clerk Clerk Starke.

Numbered 526082. The number was here In the Everglades Is conduct- say. .

turned over to Postmaster Milton ing some 12,000, ) crop tests. The Tampa-Governors of the cham- -. -- -..- --- -- -._', .- .. :-
Thrasher for forwarding to the tests deal with fertilizers, water ta- ber of commerce voted unanimously --- ------

authorities In Washington. ble control, seed control and the today to oppose the constructionof 7
control of insects and diseases. a ship canal across the Florida
Clearwater-W. W. Smlthpet- They cover virtually the whole I peninsula. The board based I its action -' a

ers of Tarpon Springs must face range of truck crops, as well as on recommendations from the
trial on a charge of first degree sugar cane, peanuts potatoes and port development committee and
murder for the slaying of Rose other field crops raised in South the adoption of the motion con- a

Kelly, Sheboygan Mich., widow Florida. Dr. R. V Allison superin- demning the proposed $250,000,000 'j,:
during a religious argument. A tendent of the experiment station project sponsored by Jacksonvillewas J'' ,
grand jury returned a murder indictment said a scientific studs of water the opening gun of a fight in I \
against Smlthpeters late control Is essential for proper which Tampa will be joined by every -
yesterday. The defendant recentlywas farming in the Everglades. south Florida municipality.

given a sanity hearing, but the Charging Jacksonville interestshad
finding of the alienists has not I Tampa-Prisoners in the city ignored Tampa in negotiations -
been announced. jail and city stockade will be with the federal governmentfor '

counting calories as zealously as a canal survey by army engineers R'a 1 11\,a1 Ill l. 'j k

Miami Edward S. Hall of Miami any dieting weight reducer when members of the committee l 011(
objected when Judge E. C. the new contract for feeding prisoners warned the governors that the con- -y'r., ,
Collins sentenced him to IS years .r goes Into effect next week. struction of a ship canal particul- l : I I c ."
for armed robbery. He appealedfor The contract was awarded to Roy arly on any of the northern routes, \\'S ,,i
a new trial and won it. Yes Higginbotham today on a price of would prove disastrous to Tampa's _
terday he was tried for the second 10 cents a meal a prisoner. A day's maritime commerce.

time In Dade county criminal court meal must contain 3,050 calories,
and for the second time a jury on a schedule worked out by M. J. Tampa J. L. Anderson, Tam- \ __ ,

found him guilty as charged. His Mackler assistant city health officer pa contractor and secretary of the

sentence! passed by Judge Collins, that being declared to be sufficient -
was: life Imprisonment. Hall's attorneys to enable the average pris- NOTICl'3 TO APPEAR
filed notice of a motion fora oner to do an average day's work. Iii Circuit Court Twenty-ninth .TU. I
new trial.Pensacola. Price under last Year's contract dlclal Circuit. J In. -and. _for Hrndford_ ,| .
iftunTy, aiate 01: ,"'lol'l<1a. In Gaan-
was 14 cents per meal per prison: cery.
The Federal Land Rank ot Colum
A cloudburst which er. bia a coporatlnn
dropped eight Inches of water over PUIntlft. \ .
thli1tills i
the city last caused floods DeLand The VII. Performance
night only airport In O. W Barry and Mattle Barry, Ills ,
four feet deep In some streets, and world entirely owned and control- wife et al.
broke all weather bureau records ed by women is rapidly Drfondnntu
nearing It np|>onrln' here. Chief damage was to streets completion here and already has pended. to the bill filed In the above

paved with wooden blocks some gone under the supervision of the state Braun cau-o and F.hut H. Hoilaon the< roBidenco, two. of of the E you've never had in low-priced car .
of which were rendered Impass Betsy Ross club national organi- defendant therein named 1 In. unknown ,.
able. So flooded was the city that zation of licensed women pilots. and. that defendant 11! Braun ... )
and F. H. HodHon me over the age ,
storm sewers were still full at noon The airport was inspected yesterday of twenty-one ynari; It In therefore M j
Friday. Little by Mrs. ordered I that fnld defendant! bo and
damage was done Opal Kunz, national
to electric light lines but telephone Betsy Ross commander. It is located (to they the are bill hereby of compUInt qul."d flied tn In appear a.id 65 to 7O miles an hour 0 to 35 miles an hour in 6.7 seconds 1 .
lines were out 1u some sections. southeast of cause same being for Wi.. foreclo.ure .- "
Orange'City a
not and
mortgage and otherrelief :
Hundreds of workers were employed suburb. Mrs. Kunz raid the airport on or before Monday the lot Silent Syncro-Mesh gear-shift Simplified Free Wheeling
throughout the day removing will be in charge of Miss Lillian day of the February allegation, A. of I II.Hald 19.1.1.:hill otherwlae will- 1

the effects of the rain. Perkins pf Langhorne 'Pa. fendant.ha taken as confonsed by Bald de Unsurpassed smoothness and quietness GO Horsepower
The construction is under directionof
It IM further oidore
that this order -
West Palm Beach-This city today Dr. Francis Dickinson donor of be published once a week for
had officially approved a contract the land on which it Is located. fold four County connective weeks In the Hiad-
I Telegrnph, a newspaper
under which it would refund published in Maid ruiinty' and Mate. You must drive the new Chevrolet Six to conventional gear, anal try shifting gears with the easy, :
,its $18,000,000 bonded debt over a Gainesville -- Two tires were Thin 30th day of December. A. D. j
55-year period. The contract submitted I nearly"' burned off a a touring car ID31. O W. ALDERMAN -s"OY appreciate fully tIle many new thrill of non-clashing quiet Syncro-Mesh tranmnSusion-which ia ,

by representatives of holders yesterday and serious (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court Its
damage M:. M JOIIVI, performance exclusive to Chevrolet in tIle lowest price ficM.
of most of the bonds has yet toe I might have resulted if Deputy Attorney for Plaintiff
>:> finally approved by the bond- I I Sheriff Charles Thomas had not --1.1.5!-1-20_, Take it out on the street c'ollllJe1e with oilier cars in t
''lolders. Under the contract city been patrollng- the Lacrosse high 1 Never lisa the actual driving of a Chevrolet Six meant so
traffic and I understand J I what I it accelerate I
lections I means to
also must be held to rat- way. Deputy Thomas was cruising
much it does) Come into showrooUls-
as today. our
fy Issuance of refunding bonds and : along surveying his domain : from a standstill to 35 miles, an I hour in I lens than I seven
r ro repeal the "Blackwell act" un- 'when he spotted an automobile ll ; without delay. 'fry out the Great American Value fur
1 seconds) Hunt I stretch I of I
ler which a person could pay only parked apparently in the midst of out some long I highway, open
1932. Faster livelier; smoother than ever-earner to
part of his taxes at a time If he a forest fire. Investigation dis- the I throttle!I to the limit-and' experience the I keen. joy
wished. closed the car was on the shoulder j ; )1 handle I an.1 rfj.ntrjj_ _un .-.it- viva::!. f'u r fi>rm A nee.thrills you. 'ye
of a top speed without stress or strain' Travel over the
never )had in low-priced, cart I
. Panama City The steamship roughest road you know-and learn the advantage of its any
Afternoon after two large tugs and new stabilized front end. Hun the car throughout its

'two coast guard cutters from Mdie full of and know the $
range speed power-and pleasure .
arrived and pulled the ship WHITTLEFOR 41 17'5Theo
>.ff the sand bar. During the high of Chevrolet's new smoothness and quietness.
vlnds last
week the ship went A
''ground oft the coast near the en- PRIZE try the thrill of Free Wheeling-of gliding along .
ranc of St. Andrew Bay chan- ar to $1000.00 in cub prize and one tSou- All prices/. o. 6. Flint, .".,..,hi p. Special ttfuipmrnl ___,_ 1.....
>elThe Kenowls was loaded with and other prizes are offered for ex on momentum in a modern quality six-of shifting gears JalieerrJ prlcr i and riuy G. HI. A. C. trrmt. Oumvlrl",",. Com

''orporation:alt cake for of the Panama Southern City Kraft and ample may be of any lull kind with of fackknife.model; figure Entries or easily, simply, and quietly. And finally, change Lack to poor Detroit, Michigan. Did loll of Gtnrrat 101"", ,...

vas bound special carving, requiring kill and in- e
from Germany. Due the made of
entirely wood and
lack of fuel oil It was feared w chino other tool than a jackknife.

.t one time that the ship would ;i' : Flat. Prim...................StSO
lave to be abandoned. Quick work Sae...i4 '

owever. on the part of the coast Third "1................... 171Fe NEW CHEVROLET SIX
uard cutters and two large tugs, Quickly Bleaches ..tk Pu ................... HO .
quipped with steam shovels suc- Muddy Skins Flab Pii.4................... MS
eeded In floating the ship at 2:30: And aba then ire IwcMylve $19 prim and THE GREAT AMERICAN VALUE FOR 1032 i;
clock this afternoon. Dull ordinary appearances vanishas tfn al WOO _b. In uiltann. 1OOO ..-..l
JBCUIUVM will be dbcnbuMd to all wtrmera of
blemishes and defective! featuresare
cuh imrdi end w thoM esata.nbl., .
forgotten under the lure'of the moon, la cu of tw duplicate prim' will be
bewitching beauty instantly rendered .i n.An.
Beneficial in correcting niln and drtaOi of.ttb> conutt ve to dw '
666 .IMU ot Puputtf ...MaeBamanow 'TOR ODE
do aalc.
tan flabbiness freckles wrinkles
Bur a OOPT a* ...? nrwixand or eonautt ona aa CO
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The Lawtey basketball team i Mr. and Mrs. L. Carter and son. :Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn

Journeyed over to Baldwin Jan. 16 I .. 't. I. Mr. and :Mrs. Oscar;. Carter and Mrs.. W. B. Roper were the guu and
; to with the boys at their court. : In Jacksonville Sunday.
play I : ,'ItI son were last Sunday of Pro M. V Miller
After playing a fast game Lawtey r c9 Mr. Harry Lewis and daughters,
CN1VKKSITY OF FLORID I 4 who is very ill in & hospital at Pa.
I W. >L S. TO SfEET lost by two points. The score be- I M yfI Edna and Thelma, of Corinth section latka.
MONDAYThe ing 22 to 20 in favor of Baldwin. attended church at Heilbronn I W. E. Ferguson of Charlotte MC
Mr. A. )..L Blanchard attendedthe Sunday.
spent the week-end nu'
University of Florida Glee
business and program meeting barbecue. at Howey-in-the- Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Carter and
friends. Mr. and Mrs. IL
Club rendered their L. Wat-
be seventyseventh
W. M. S. wUI
of the Baptist
Hills last week. son. Morris, were vislUng relativesat terson.
concert at the Woman's Clubof Mr. Ferguson was' on nli i
held in the church Monday afternoon I
Mr. Condon Rulhford of Knoxville Webster last week.
at 3 o'clock. Mr. J. H. Pitta Starke Friday evening.A Tenn., has been at vlsttor at :Mrs. J. S. Norman and daughter. buys way to citrus South fruit Florida for where lie

will lead the program. delightful and entertaining the home of his relatives Mr. and Myrtle and Mrs. L. R. Denmark, Uon. transporta
was enjoyed by a large I
program :Mrs. J. H. Moore.
were visiting the bedside of Berllce
Miss Ada
XV. M. S. IICLO!: BCSINE8S3IEETUVG audience. Nimmo and Mrs. P B
Dr. Earl Roberta of Jacksonville -
Norman of Heilbronn section 3100I -
MONDAYThe The presented was. aj Hunt attended the regular meeting
: program
was a visitor to Lawtey last Cay afternoon.Mr. .
follows: I of W. C. Grove 278 at Starke last
Friday.C. and Mrs. P. Johns and chilI -
Woman' Missionary Societyof 1. fa) "We Are the Boys from i 1 Tuseday evening.Rev. .
T. Mayo of Tampa, was a dren, were visiting Mrs. Johns
the Methodist church held a old Florida"; (b) "Stars of the par- Dixon of Jacksonville,
week-end visitor at the home of ents at Baldwin
business meeting Monday after- Summer Night" (Woodward); (c) preached at the Christian church
Mr. and lira. 3 H. :Moore.
: Miss Debbie Phillips was visit-
afternoon and at the close of the "Just a Song at Twilight" (Mol- last Sunday morning and evening
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Norton have ing Mr. and Mrs. W, .H. Norman
business session. Mrs. J. W. White loy); (d) "Old Folks at Home"I Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wiggins have
returned to their home here aftera .
reviewed a chapter of the book for (Foster)-Glee Club. I Sunday.Mr. recently been visiting in Lawtey
visit in South Florida.
study, "The Challenge of Change." 2. Movement from the E :Minor delightful Wade Gasklns was the guest :Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan >t
Little Gloria Mayo of Tampa. Is
of Melvin Carter
For this year the leader of the Sonata (Grieg) William Van- Saturday nightMr. There a, were the guests of bhSullivan's
spending a few days with her .
and Mrs. J. S. Norman attended -
Mrr. mother Mrs.
Harriet Peek Circle will Brunt. Josephine
grandparents llr. and Mrs. J. M. the at Vanderbilt Sun-
J. II. Bitch, assisted by Mrs. R. A. 3. (a) "To Rose" (Coerne); (b) Moore. : sing Sullivan last Sunday.W. .
Weeks. The circle member fol Vere Languores Nostros" (Antonio day afternoon.Mr. T. Hicks of Jacksonville spent
Howard Miner, who Is a student
and Mrs E.
C. Johns and
T. J. I the week-end with his
F. H. Lottl
low. Mesdames Long. ) (0661-1140)-Glee parents. Jit
at the University of Florida
Alderman, Hogan Smith, Kirby Club. i I spentthe children were visiting the bedside and Mrs. W. B. Hicks.
week-end here with his moth-
Smith. J. F. Colley L. A. Davis, 4. Vocal Solo, "Beside a LonelyFireplace" of Bertice Norman Sunday. Rev. McGauley will preach at the

W. G. Halle, L. D Green, L. S. Hut Coldie W. Schauber- er.Miss Elizabeth Edwards is visiting i ; *' Heilbronn Miss Willie May Newsom' of First Baptist church of Hamptonnext

to, L. D. Vining, N. T. Ritch, Sam ger. relatives in Jacksonville this section were visiting Sunday morning and evening
Anderson, Pearl Snyder, A. H 5. (a) "0 Lawd Look Down" week. i Miss Carrie Belle Norman Sunday :Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown ,(

Green..D. E. Knight. H. V. Knight, (negro spiritual) arr. by Huntley; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLeod of'' night. Chicago arrived here last Sundayand

J. W Andrew. Jr., Carl Johns O. (b) "0 Listen to De Lambs (negro Melrose, were visitors to Little George Jr.-Anderson whoIs will be the guests of Sir
W. White, A. H. Harley. Jr.. Ham- spiritual arr. by Burlln-Cle Monday.E. Lawtey I very sick, was moved to the hospital Brown's parents Mr. and Mrs. Z

ilton Rltch, E. K. Perryman, Misses Club. E. Burney left Wednesday !' Monday. We all hope to see Brown for several weeks.

Olive Ray and Amy Coburn. 6. Fluet solo, "Intermezzo" from for Plant where he will him back home soon.) Rev. Norris of Lacrosse was a
City spend General is shown inspecting the
John J.
Mra. E. M. John Is leader of the "Cavalleria Rustlcana" (Mascag- several I Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Johns and business visitor here this week. Ha

Noble White Circle, with Miss\ ni)-Fitch Etheridge. Mr. and days.Mrs. G. E. Norton haveas model of the "sky-hung" dome of the Travel and Trans- family attended the sing at Vanderbilt was pastor of the Baptist church

Amelia Ray as U8 1tant. Circle 7. Vocal solo "Because" (D'Har- their guests this week, Mrs. port Building in the Administration Building of A Cen- Sunday afternoon. here ,for several years and has

; members: lira. A. Z. Adkina. Mr*. delot)-Joe Wahlberg. Bailey and two sons of Miami. I tury of Progress-Chicago's 1933 World's Fair. After Mrs. Jessie Anderson was visiting many friends in our town who are

J. W. White, Mrs. A. W Ander- 8. (a) "Ma Little Banjo" (Dich- Mr and Mrs. James Godwin and viewing the five great exposition buildings either com- the bedside of her UtUe son always glad to see him.

.ti son. Mr*. W. E. Mlddleton. Miss mont); (b) "Route Marchln' two children of Raiford spent the pleted or under construction he expressed his amaze- George at St. Luke's hospital In Rev. F. M. Taylor preached at

Florence Wood, Mrs. L. C. Prescott (word from Kipling) (St.ock- week-end with Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Jacksonville Saturday. Graham last Sunday moraine, and
Mr. L. Wyman. Mr*. R. F. Glee Club. Moore. ment at the progress being made. assisted in ordination services s at

Demorest Mrs. A. Wood Mrs. W. Intermission. Dan Howell of Lake City, was I Wateroak In the afternoon.

i B. Park. Mr. O. L. Haynes Mrs. 9. "Paul and Nolan" Paul transacting business here last PIGS AND PIGS GRAHAM -.
8. S. Dowllng, Mrs. A. W Red Knight and Nolan Canova. week.
w H. A. Dew Miss Kate Dance Marvin BOA TDRAIN )llaa F.lltu' Jok._., Cor.
grave Mr* 10. Tap Beery. Dr. J. H. Carradlne and Mrs. Jud Perkins couldn't work In his MILLER

: Strutb. Mrs. P. J. Pearce, Mrs. N. 11. Reading, "Some Little Bug"- Carradine of Orange Park were fields because of the rain, so he sat Mr. A. l. .lUv... c....
1 D. Mr*. W. H. Struth, Ell.. BUekwcl v. c...
Wainwright, Hugh Cooper Embry.
visiting in Lawtey Tuesday. beside the kitchen stove with his Mr. Riley Wasdin and father
! ;Mrs. EL S. Matthew, Mrs. J. A. 12. Bass Solo. "On the Road to business
Those attending the basketball chin in his hands as cross as a were visitors to Jacksonville -
Saul, Mr. O. L. Beasley Mr*. F. Mandalay" (Speaks)-Craig Lowe. Miss Pauline Prevatt visited the.
game in Starke Monday night bear with a jumpfa tooth., His two Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Brown are
+ L. Smith, Mr*. Berta Olsen :lrs. 13. Skit "Choices" Messrs. were: :Mr. and Mrs. F. R.'Carra- youngsters would have been tickledto Dixon girls Sunday. Messrs Willis Broughton Harry the proud parents of a little son,

Wilmer Holtzendorf. Griffin Buck Bowman and Du- dine W. C. Wooten and sons, C. R. death if be 'had romped with Herman Lee called on Charles Starling and Fred Johnson, were which arrived Jan. 15.

'L Mr. T. J. Griffin president of Bois. ,Whitehead, Ruth Rowe Emily)I them a bit. but he had no time for Priest Sunday. business visitors to Chlefland Friends of Mr J. L. Brown of
the society and Mrs. W. F. Jones, 14. "The Ruffians" from Radio Alva Coleman visited Carl An- .
Kennard, Pearl McEarchen Grace or patience with "kids". That was Thursday.Mr. : section will be glad to know
wife of the pastor are member at Station WRUF-Messrs. Gourley Laborda, Thelma McEarchen, Paul the "old woman's" Job. drews Sunday afternoon.Mr. R. M. Johnson and Mr. Barry he is slowly improving and hope

large. Tyler and Wahlberg. I Moore. Hallie Jones Billy Wainwright The sharp squeal of a young pig and Mrs. Carl Andrews Starling were business visitorsto he will soon be well again.
15. Accordion Solo Leland Melvin Futch Me- called on Mrs. Spencer Sunday.Bro. Jacksonville Friends of little RaUord Brooks
Irdt Phillips in distress cut the air like a knife. Monday.Mr. ,
JUEETINO: OF THE P.-T. A. Pence. Earchen, Dutch Harley Clyde Jud fairly flew out of the house McGauley spent Sunday afternoon Chesley Fogg was in Hampton will be sorry to know he is very
F WEDNESDAY!: AFTERNOON!: 16. (a) "Sweet and "Low" I with Mr. Arch Prevatt.
Rowe, Buck Edwards, Lacy Futch on his way to the barnyard to see Saturday.We III at this writing. We wish him a
(word from Tennyson) (Barnby); Vernon Rowe and Pete Burney. what might be the matter. The pig I Bro. McGauley preached both are sorry to report that Mr. speedy recovery.

The January business meeting (b) "Perfect Day" (Carrie Jacobs- The many friends of Miss Bea- was worth considerable money, you I morning and evening at China E. J. Murrhee is very ill at this There was a large crowd visiting;

r of the Parent-Teachers Association Bond) ; (c) "Alma Mater" (Milton trice Miner will be sorry to learn see, and was sired by a thorough Grove church Sunday.Mr. writing. We wish him a speedy Mrs. Sallie Blackwelder last Sun

was held Wednesday afternoon Yeats); ((4) "Orange and Blue"- she underwent an operation for appendicitis bred-and that's more than can be John Murrhee and familyof recovery.

with the president Mrs. E. K. Per Glee Club. last Friday. She !is at said of the children. Green Cove Springs visited Mar- Miss Inez Dempsey of Louise, day.Mr.. and Mrs. J. B. Hancock and

y ryman presiding and Mrs. W. B. Accompanists, Fred Jones, William Mrs. Rickenbaker's hospital In Jud believes In the principles of ion Glisson Sunday. was visiting here Saturday.Rev. children were visiting their daughter -
Park acting a* secretary. VanBrunt. Directing staff Edna and Dorothy Glisson called .
ry Starke. His hogs have been Taylor of Hampton filled in Suwannee county last Sun-
Miss Lois Long favored the com- John W DeBruyn, William D. Pe- The young folks of Lawtey en- Immunized against cholera and his on Dorothy Lee Sunday. his regular appointments here Saturday day.Mr.

pany with an instrumental solo rez. joyed an old time dance and chicken dog against rabies; and fruit trees Miss Marie Tison visited Miss and Sunday.Mr. H. G. Crawford has shipped

"lA Rondo" (Concone). after .. pilau at Mr. and Mrs. W. E. To- carefully sprayed.. But his chil- Ruth Ella Priest Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Easterllng four' crates of strawberries from

which Mrs. A. M. Darby gave an RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED ON rode's cottage last Friday dren have_ not been protected and Mr.. Coleman .and son. and Mr. and Mrs. Olin Graves of this section. .

interesting address on the subjectof DEATH OF SENATOR JOHNSBe Dancing was' indulged In nlght.j) against diphtheria, or smallpox or Alva, called on Eltja Coleman Windermere were visiting relatives Mr. H. G. Crawford of this'sec

Ethical Character.A o'clock when a delightful typhoid. His stock, but not his I Monday. here Sunday.Mr. tion Is planting Irish potatoes this

prize had been offered to the it Resolved, by the Woman's chicken pilau, pickles salad bread, kids, have been tuberculin tested; Misses Ruth Ella Priest and and Mrs. R. M. Johnson and week.

grade giving the largest amountof Missionary Society of the Methodist cake and hot coffee were served to his crops, but'not his kids have Marie Tison visited Mae Griffin daughters, Ellen and Madge, were Miss Effie Holton is spending a

money for the school vlctrola church in session assembled the following: Misses Arthurine been made the subject of study in I Sunday. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pad- few days with her sister, Mrs.
fund and In this contest Mrs. H. Kathleen and Enza Blanchard gett of Ziff Sunday. Fronle Donaldson of Suwannee
on January 18th that we deeply deplore a Farmers' Short Course; his cattle I -
C. Rltch's grade was successful I the passing on of Senator Pearle and Thelma McEarchen but not his kids, have a carefully 'LIGHTS ON BASKET county.Mr. .
and Mrs. Herbert Hart's was sec- I Brookavllle Chris. Gilbert and Mrs. Blackwelderand
A. V.
t Everett Markley Johns, who was Gullda Marie and Louise Thede balanced ration. You see, a BALL COURT
ond. The reward for the largest I' owner of Brookesville Cleaners children his
were visiting
the husband of our co-worker Mrs. Abbey Harley Dolly Dlnklns balanced ration will produce better
attendance of patrons was also given pressing shop remodeling buildingand Mrs. Sallie Blackwelderlast
Thelma Johns. Gladys Reddish, Doris Burney, milk and cream-but kids don't The work of lighting the basketball I mother
to :Mr. H. C. Rltch's grade but installing equipment.
f *
Ruth and Rosemary Rowe, Emily Sunday.
Resolved that In the death of give milk more's the pity becauseIf court on West :Madison street
Miss Olive Ray's grade was a closer 1 Kennard, Mary. Lucille Torode, did would .. .. .
{ Senator Johns our town countyand they they get more was completed last week by city --------- -- -'--- ---------- -- --.--- -
, second. state has lost a most able Patsy Edwards; Messrs. Dutch, attention.A workmen and the court is provingto .

V After disposing of other business friend and public servant; and we' ubbard[ and Dan Harley, Vernon certain great state appropriated be very popular. The court is .
the adjourned until
see in the light of his successful Claude and Clyde Rowe, Edwin 50,000 to fight a disease used by both high school and town
f the third Wednesday In February. 'erode, Hallie Jones) Pete Burney ,
achievements the honors he might teams
threatening chickens in a few com- players and new are being
have reached had his life been Flutey Frigo, Richard Thede Cor- munities. Splendid. The resourcesof made up by different groups In
McIntosh New fruit and vegetable I ellus Edwards, Robert Blanchard, .He's NotBUYING
spared. The ways of Providence science very soon put the pesto town. Lawtey defeated the Starke
packing house of Christian A and Lester Price Robinson of
' ere often inexplicable. Death is at rout and everyone was happy because aggregation Monday night in the
Neal situated on Dixie highway Starke. The chaperones were :Mr.
all times mysterious especiallywhen '
and two are
) it must be admitted that thenafcllc' Initial game games
a r ; jon north side of town, now open. it comes to the young who and Mrs. W. E. Torode. Mr. and with outside
.._ health of chickens is a very scheduled for tonight
-- ---- Mrs. L. H. HIU. Mr. and Mrs. V. R.
are successful and beloved, but we
important matter: The same session high school teams.
Madison .- Building occupied by bow In submission to the will of an Reddish Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney, of the legislature refused to I .
Isham Harris meat market remod- all-wise and loving heavenly Father and Mrs. Dave Siicox of Starke.
appropriate a like amount of money folks won't be vaccinated against
eled preparatory to handling com- who knows what is best for his ,
-for maintenance of a hospital smallpox and typhoid nor won'thave
plete line of groceries In connection children.Be Birth. for mothers and babies which was their children immunized with tltis

with market. It further Resolved, that we Mr. and Mrs. Handenbrook to be given to the state by a philanthropic toxoid against diphtheria, nor lIear
extend our heartfelt sympathy to Starke son, January 15th.:\ citizen. Large sums of their until 1:1:
won't clean up sewage
Senator Johns' widow and daughter Mr. and Mr*. Llnzey Rowe, Law-
money were used to fight the fruit fish begin to die In the river nor
his mother Mrs. A. M.: Pettit tey, son January 18th.
fly and eradicate It. Similar sums their health
( won't have physical
:Mr. and Mr*. Charley Powell,
and his father-in-law and mother-
properly spent would eradicate examinations, nor won't do the oth-
n-law, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin; Starke daughter January 14th. diphtheria and other dreaded should.
ii pre- er things they
Mr. and Mrs Ed Carter. Highland -
that this resolution be spread on
ventible but the Is
diseases money Sometimes we think it la a pity
our minutes and that a copy be daughter, January 15th. not
Mr. and Mrs Franklin Hall forthcoming. we weren't born pedigreed pigs
NERVES'f sent to the bereaved family and ..
Sometimes we are cross because because-PIGS IS PIGS. : P.r
Starke daughter January 15th.
hat the same be published In the
Bradford County Telegraph. :Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Flynn Starke, -------

Carrie AmeUa Ray, daughter, January 20th. f .

Lois Edwards Adklns,

Mary McBeath Weeks Morrlston Rapid progress being rIK1a .''C
Committee.EVERGREEN made on improvement of State -

highway No. 3 to,this towjjt IOUIE'S'SERVICEpSTATION.

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cr. .... = .... ; .'

I But he never did buy! lie's unAmerican
Mr. V. A. R..l*.. Cr. -
Modem Dry I have leased the former Ritch's Service Station, because he contributes nothing to

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClellan corner Madison and Walnut; and am now ready to American commerce and industry.

spent the week-end with B. E. Rosier CleaningModern .
old friends,and customers with-
and mother. serve'rrjy America Is a working nation and a buy

ITP TO your ears in wort blP. and Mrs. J. Q. Roller and ing nation, boasting the highest standard
every nerve at high tension. children spent Sunday at Sapp Sta Cleansing Ma- Good Gulf Gasoline and Oils
No wonder :you snap at the wife rhinery, Skilled Em living in the world. Americans must

r t and Watch) bark at the outl children.Overworked tion.B.. E. Rosier and Everett Futch ployees Assures you the Goodyear Tires, Tubes, Accessories maintain this standard. We will not have

p nerves may lead to Sleeplessness were visitors to Starke Friday. nest in dry cleaning of Cars -and will not deserve-prosperity if we
Nervous Headache Nerroo Mrs. J. S. Rosier and R. S. Roe- Washed Polished GreasedDrive ,
Indigestion and a host of er were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.I the most delicate fabrics. continue to pare our needs down to the

i other unpleasant d lturbaneWby -. M. Rosier Thursday night of last''
don t yon try: Dr. Milesf week at Woodlawn. DYEINGPHONE your car in and let us service it for you. level of the worthless citizen above.
Effervescent Nervine Tablets
Just one in a half glass of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClellan 28 Satisfaction guaranteed.

I. water makes a pleasant, spark. spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. s

ling to over-taxed(; drink delightfully nerves. soothing Everett Futch. Let's Bring Back Confidence

Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Redding
Dr. Miles' Nervine 1* now
made In two forms-Liquid and and daughter of the state farm .
Effervescent Tablet Both have and Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Reddingwere Starke DryCleaners

the same soothing effect. visiting. their mother Mr. LOUIE'S FILLING STATIONA.L. I
$1.00 at your drag store H. F. Redding Sunday. The BANK: STARKEAN

State road department let con KAIIK Jr., Owner and Manager
tract to McVey Lindsayl & Son of HONOR ROLL BANKE.
West Palm Beach for conntructton : The Only Dry Cleaning( PHONE 83

of new state highway between Plant in Town S. Matthews, Pres. R. J. Davis, Cashier

Orlando and Winter Garden, at

cost of $200,000. <10- -..... ... r _



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several days In Tallahassee with HOLLAND AT THE FAIR Tuesday from Gainesville where he

their daughter, Miss Hazel, whois I has been a patient In the hospital,
a student of F. S. W. C. SAMPSON CITY
Fifteenth Century Holland, with We are glad to report he Is ImproVing r,
Bits of I:J --- -- the historical buildings which still Dell Norman. Cor. Ml". OnrolKr<< Kmllh."' ('...., rapidly from a gunshot woundin

1 Nat Sternberg Is taking part in dot the Netherlands as reminders -- ---- --- --- the leg.Dorothy.
the Shrine Minstrels at the Temple of the Spanish and religious wars,
: Theatre, Jacksonville, Thursday, will be portrayed In !tike-like! replica Mr. J. L. Norris of Lacrosse fill- Mr. and Mrs. Reddish Andrews !' Smith attended a party
+ Friday and Saturday of this week, at the South Florida Fair and ed his regular appointment here of New River were visiting Mrs. in Hawthorn Saturday night.

LQcgAi 4eConcerning with a matinee Saturday afternoon Gasparllla Carnival, Tampa, Feb. last Sunday. Delia Thomas Sunday.Mr. Everyone: was saddened by the
2 to 13.Under. Miss Rachel Silcox, who Is and Mrs. W. II. Smith and death of Van Williams of Gainesville
the direction of Dutch teaching here spent the weekendat children spent Sunday In llrooker which occurred Wednesdaynight
Our People, Business and :Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton, Miss architects Holland representativeshave home with her mother, Mrs. Frank Davis, Geo. Peacock and in Aluchua County Ho pltal.

Progress of the County and Town. Madge :Middleton, Mrs. L. E. Dow- erected an entire Netherlands Manda Silcox at Starke. Charlie Smith of Hawthorn, were :He was burled In Mount Slant I

ling, Mrs. Mae Jones, :Mr. Ben :village showing every type of Misses Candacy, Mary and Mildred visitors here Sunday. 'cemetery at Graham Friday after
Mrs. Lester Kite and Mr. and
. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Dowling and Mr. Doutt Jones building of historical Importanceto Alvarez and Misses! Louise noon.
.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....
--------, ""'...'.'''.'..=.....'..'''.'..'..'''.''..'..''''''''''''''' ''''''''''''''''' Mrs. E. D. Jones were In Gaines- I
coa=c., ===== = == """ == visited relatives In Polatka Sun- be seen In the land of dykes and Agnes Sapp attended the basketball ,. Ii i
Men's Sox. 10c at Stump's. TIER REPORT day afternoon. and wind mills game at Lake Butler Saturday ville Wednesday.
Lucian Thomas of Worthington
In the replica of the Tllburg night. I
Ladles Hose lOc at Stump's.See by Starke Branch U. Mrs. WQ. Dowling and Mrs. city haJJ,"... l$lll'c ntury structure Mrs. J. C. Alvarez and daughter, Springs!, Is spending a few days I
Department. Mae Jones of Jacksonville, spent will be displayed a vast collecticn Miss Ola :Mae Alvarez were visiting with his mother, Mrs Della Thom.

the bargains at Stump's. Jan. 19, 1932. Thursday with Mrs. W. E. Middle- of prints, books and photographs relatives in Gainesville Monday as.Mr.. and Mrs. Carl Wynn of New FLORIDATHEATRE
Mln. ton. They were accompanied home an educational feature covering
Men's Garters lOc at Stump's. 84 60 Preclp._ by Mrs. L. E. Dowling, who has Holland and Its ,'colonies. Another Messrs. Carl Sapp of Starke and River were. calling on friends here
82 58 been spending a while here. Interesting structure will be the Fred Halslop of Corinth were vis- Sunday
"Devils Hole of Breda" the iting in this section Sunday after Ray Googe returned from home GAINESVILLE
Window Shades 49c at Stump's.Nice 77 59 orig- ,
74 57 _I Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and inal of which was built about 1580 noon.Mr. --
Pillow Cases 10c at 78 56 .18 daughter, Madge, motored to Jack- and which played such, an important and Mrs. Bob Haialop and TRAIN SCIIEIHJLE -
79 65 sonville Friday afternoon. They part in the 80 year war waged son, Fred, of Corinth attended Program Week Jail 21
Ladles Silk Hose 23c at 66 53 -- were accompanied by :Mrs. M. C. with Spain. church here Saturday night and No. 11, southbound, local 11:33a. :

for week .18 In. Stlth and children who had been Ruins of the Valkenburg church Sunday. m.
Messrs. Irwin DuBose and Cyril No. 107, southbound limited 10-: Thursday & Friday
Curtain Scrim 6c yard spending several days with them. dating from the 12th century, rep
Mrs. A. J. Williams of licas of Voleudammer Marker Dukes were visiting In this section 47 a. m.
Stump's.Men's were guests Sunday of The Intermediate G. A.'s held Staphorster and Zuclander houses Sunday afternoon.Mr. No. 3, southbound limited! 7:31:: "IlKLL DIVERS"With

Dress Shirts 49c Johns. their regular business ,and pro- a typical Dutch canal with :Marker R. M. Alvarez: of this sectionwas a. m.
gram meeting, Monday"afternoon, fishing boats, and:.the famous Wa- visiting Mr. Theo Norman of No.9, southbound limited 11:00p. :
|Stump's.Slmplclty E. Brownlee, who has at the Baptist church with their terport of ThUburg1', typical of the Plant. City last Wednesday and m. Clarke Gable, 1 Wallace'

15c relatives in Atlanta, new council Mrs. N. D. Bumgar- type of bulwarks which centuriesago Thursday No. 191, southbound limited 12-
patterns Miss Mattie Norman who, Is 11 a. m. Beery, Dorothy Jordan
home. ner, in charge. were used in' the defense of I
|Stump's.Beautiful I teaching school at Graham spent I No. 12, northbound local, 3:11: p. i
cities against the attack of enemies \ Those attending the Quarterly all will be depleted in the week-end at home with her
wide dress Burns and Mrs. T. exact m.No. I
| yard were visitors in Rally of the Baptist W. M. S. at replicas. parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Nor- 108, northbound limited :5:27p. : -
at Stump's.
Sunday. Lawtey Saturday were: MesdamesG. Dutch blankets of the latest design -I man.Remember m. Saturday
wide homespup W. Alderman, G. C. White, A. every type of wooden shoe prayer services every No.4, northbound limited 9:02p. :
Yard yellow Mrs. T. B. Massie and L. Kahr, Jr., C. A. Knight, S. G. worn by the peasants, draperies 'Thursday night and B. Y. P. U. every m. Cllve BrookIn
| at Stump's.81x90 and Tom spent Sun- Lewis, G. P. Raymond, S. I,. Peek, and upholstery and many other Sunday night at 6:30: o'clock. No. 192, northbound! limited 4:3: >

seamless sheets. with friends. F. F. Flume J. M. Brownlee, W J. typically Dutch products will be on Everybody is cordially! Invited to a. m.
Epperson, J. H. Pitts and! Jessie display In the many shops which attend the services. WnniMM BrunchNo. "Husband's holiday"r
I for 50c at Stump's.Yard Goodman. _. 101, out 7 a. m. r
Elizabeth and Carolyn will be in full operation with cos- "*
No. 102, In at 2:40: m.
wide fast colors Lawtey were guests of tumed attendants. Dutch restaurants Monday & Tuesday
T. J. Griffin, Agent
[ lOc, special at Stump's. Newsom Tuesday. STUNT NIGHT free Dutch theaters and Ileilbronn Springs

i Don't folks many other entertainment facilities Ml.. Tbrlmn .11.......... C'or.Mrs. Closing of Mails. James Dunn, Sally
Beautiful new spring dress Reynolds of Richmond, forget next Friday, will be included in the village.! Mouth
'night January 29, the Bradford Probably one of the most Inter- Kilers
59c at Stump's.Paul several days in
| cial sale price Train No. 107, letters 10:20: a. m.
High School presents its annual esting exhibits for.historians will
Mrs. Reynolds. "Stunt R. H. Williams and daughter Train No. 11, parcel post, 11 a. In
Night" program. There be a complete series of 17th
Knight visited In Live Juanita Williams are spending
G. Arrendell of St. Au- will be a large cast directed by tury engravings giving the historyof with m. "
; Sunday. I this week In Ft. Myers North "DANCE TEA,'!
spending this week with Mrs. R. F. Demorest, a veteran the bible from .Ooncsla to Reve-
performer of the stage. A seriesof lation. friends. Train No. 12, parcel post 2:50: p. AdiliMl. Our i
lung C'omrdy
O. L. 1
J. G. Boyd spent the Haynes. Mr. Jack Edwards, Miss Mildred
well developed skits, clog dances, 9 "" '
in Jacksonville.Mr. I II Sanders, Miss Louise Thomas, Mr. m.Train No. 108, letters, 5 p. m.
II I songs and other amusements will Building operations In Florida
cuts through fog. Carter, Misses Lorene, Pauline '
I Roy Night malls close at 6 p. m.
and Mrs. II. C. Wall were light with no glare. See be presented. for your entertainment 719 during November to to taled $1,947- Josephine and Reba Green, Nturko & LVI1 Branch Wednesday"IILONDE
compared $738,172 for Oc
Jacksonville Friday. White or at White's Miss Hazel Johns. Miss Juanita Mall closes, 7:00: a. m. '
It. The doors wllUjje.open at 7:30: ,: tober.-Davenport Times. CRAZY"with ;
Geneva Sanders all
and the Williams, Miss Mall arrives, 2:40: p. m.
Mrs. D. E. Knight spent performance begins attended the dance at Lake Gen- -
promptly at 8 o'clock. There will Daytona Beach Broadway
Mrs. Freeman Johns of
in Lake City with relatives. eva Saturday night. Illun HIM Si-hrdulcH
be no reserved seats. Admission extending from river to here
the week-end visit- ocean ,
Miss Willa Mae Newsom spent
25c for children and 35c for adults. reopened after complete resurfac- Dally effective Jan. 1, 1932. James Cagncy
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff
Lake Miss Carrie
of with
Mrs. L. E. Douglass Sunday night
ing at expense of National Surety Northbound 5.03: a. m., 9:19: a.
ler is visiting Mrs. C. B. Hayes. PRESBYTERIAN Company. Belle Norman. m.? 1:59: p. m., 4:50: p. m., 8:19: p.
Miss Louise Thomas spent Saturday
and Field Seeds P. Liking of Atlantic with Miss Mildred m.
New Garden an Sunday .
Southbound---0:3: < a. m., 12:34:
Services p.
Sunday, January 24, as
visiting her brother and
Prices Right. Sanders.
at White.
riving 4:34 m., 7:34: m., 12:50: a.
follows: m. : p. p.
Col. and Mrs. J. L
Miss Mary Mott spent Monday '
-Cob J': L. Frazee was In Truby 10 a.supt.m. Sunday school, J. M. CENT A WORD night with Maxine Hicks. I m.Tickets and Information atSmith's "COURAGE"f
Miss\ Josephine Green and Miss
ville Monday on professional 11 a. m. Morning Worship, ser- i Service Station next to
corn, Irish potatoes, Hazel Johns spent Saturday and courthouse.

ness.Mrs. peas, chufas and a mon 6:30 by p.the m.pastor.Christian Endeavor, COLUMN. Sunday with Miss Lorene and C
small seed at White's. Pauline Green.
W. H. Hoffman of solid
topic, "What Leadership Should Plant City First two
FOR SALE Narcissus! flowers Mr. and Mrs. Roy Edwards of
water is visiting Mr. and Mrs. We Follow?" (What influences our cars of berries shipped from here
Price right. Phbtae 41. 2t. Starke, spent Sunday with Mr. and
L.,.Wall. belief and conduct? How do these .e, for this.ea80n.
Mrs. L. Wyman and Mrs. J. C. Jones.
Miss Myrtle Reddish spent Ruth have returned af things friends lead us-the church pastor, FOR SALE Seed peanuts l extra The woman's 4-H Club held their 1
public opinion fads, etc.?)
week-end in Jacksonville two weeks In New Or- Leader Estelle Kendrick good Florida Runners, 50c per regular monthly meeting with Miss Phone STEAM PRESSING CO. Suits N
bushel. M. P. Summers
High Pearl Jordan home demonstration
relatives. and 7:30: sermon.p. m. Evening worship, song Springs, Fla., It. agent In charge. After the busi- 52 J. Frank Thoman, Prop. Cleaned &

Mrs Paul Canova and ness meeting, Miss Jordan demon- FELT HATS Cleaned and Blocked Reshaped
Mrs. D. E. Knight and 4'E. Prayer meeting Wednesday at FOR SALE Buick touring car,
strated, the home-made fireless k
Knight motored to Bunny Canova and Miss 7:30: p. m. 25c
I $25 cash and 13 per month for cooker and a delicious custard was SUITS PRESSED .
Wednesday.Mrs. spent Sunday In A cordial Invitation to all our 8 months Cross-cut saw, furniture served. :SUITS CLEANED AND PRESSED ..- _____ __ 50c''
services extended to all. oil stoves. A E. Dunham.
W. H. Andrews and iteFOR -- - --
E. Canova Is
spending NOTICEThe
Clyde Crews spent Tuesday.
Jacksonville. in Bushnell with her son W. O. W Circle will meet SALEroom bungalow,
-In-law. Mr. and Mrs at the W. O. W. Hall Tuesday eve corner lot N. Weller and E. 10th

Mrs. A. S. Spencer and ning, Jan. 28th. All members are St., clear tlt1 .,..newly painted, SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY JAN. 22 & 23TIP
Ruby Fugate of Jacksonville urged to be present. worth $1000-$150 cash gets it. ,
guests Thursday of Mr. and J. Epperson, Jr., of H. M. Frazee 430 Stockton St., ,
J. F. Colley. and Mrs. O. J. Griffis !Clarke:: -Canova Pharmacy completed Jacksonville Fla. 1.152t'FOR :
visited Mrs.' H. C. installation of modern new

Mrs. J. J. Canova and Miss fountain. SALE ....: Quality Leghorn TOP Grocery

Canova were visitors in Chicks from Tested Hent Matedto
ville Friday.Col. : Mrs. W. W. Paige Sr., FOH h'r", i'I'frl se.v 1TOKTo Pedigree!Cockerel: AH eggs

I of Gainesville were Fifteenth the Democratic Senatorial" Voter DlHtrlct. of : the I Iodine Treated. Only large eggs LOCATION BETWEEN BANK AND POSTOFFICE
of Mr. and Mrs. used. You to
Sunday are Invited come u
and Mrs.: J. L. Frazee Many of the voters, both Bradford
Mrs. O. P. Likins were In and Union count leu. which comprise inspect our plant. W S. Bridges, Hoicell Nasworthy Owner and Operator
the above senatorial district, urged Penney Farms. It*
ville Tuesday. me, prior to the .
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and John.. to enter the race of for Henutor the WHERE ECONOMY RULES
and Madge visited Mr. and Democratlo nomination aa urnator JUST RECEIVED Shipment of
Messrs. D. P. Carpenter In the coming
Blitch at the state farm : primary election to all varieties seed beans and ,
be corn .
T. Long were visitors In Jacks held In June 1933. I now take -- --- -- --- --- --- -- --- -
thin method of n.ltklnlmy! formal also full line garden seed. These
ville Wednesday. orrice.announcement I auk each for and thin every Important voter are all northern grown seed and Best Irish Try Our Best GradePOTATOES

Pat Whitaker and Dick to carefully consider my candidacy) are new stock. 'Seeds are cheaper :
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hendry
If I the ,
Palm Beach, were guests of of Tampa and Dr. J. M. cient am service nominee to the people 1 pledge effi than for post twenty years. COFFEE FLOUR )
: were visitors .." Get our prices before buying.
tives and
In Starke Lawtey Inks Butler, YulMAINEA
Tuesday. HAL Brownlee Bros., Starke. 1-22-tf
ly. 24Ibs.--u.

I T; Sprlnke superin- -r.- lOlbs. -15c 21bs.25c I '

.. ,- ... .- ..,- ...- public instruction of .

was attending to Brookfield 2 Ib. Pail 01 Carton ______ 15c '

ATLAS Starke Monday. GAIETY THEATRE--StARKE BUTTER 14 LARD 4 Ib. Pall ----... ..-- 35c ,

T. Richard and Mrs. E. ,

of Jacksonville, 'and Pound 29c S lb. pail -- ... 65c. '

The Standard Oil Mrs: Hoffman W. L. Wall.spent Tues- Friday' &SatdVda'yJaH.22&23; : ;

Tire GuaranteedOne *A S* Jersey Lily 25c
W. Martin and little son, Wesson Oil pts. !

YearFrigidaire Friday for Pulabkl BIG STAGE SHOW BUTTERPound -
a.visit with her moth-

Mrs. Edd N. Martin. OLD DUTCH CLEANSER, 2 for ,--- -_- 15e
...........c "THE GREAT GEORGE"MASTER 27c

Mrs. S. P. Vandiviere of

,, announce the arrival 25c
Lima Beans 5 Ibs.
Jon. 18th. He bas been MAGICIANAnd Bread and Butter -

P. Vandiviere. Jr. r
the three year guar- Mrs. Raymond Bell of ,1\
Wls.. arrived Wednes- MME. ALMA MentalistThe Pt.Bottle---15c

, anted electric refrigerator remain the balance of .. NAVY BEANS, 5 Ibs. - -- 25c
with Mr. and Mrs John
Youngest Lady Mind Reader the
on Tcenle Weenie Grits Meal 10 Ibs. -17c
American Stage or '
E. Dowllng, Mrs Mae PEASNo.2can17c .
--- - ,
For sale bySmith's Ben Dowling and Mr., "
., of Jacksonville were lo.2CanTomatoes,2for----15c
y of Dr. and Mrs W. i.

Children 15c Adults 25c --- ---.- --- M1.

Service t ,: Best Grade Good Strong Best White
: M- Mitchell. Mrs. W. E. - ',,

Madge Miss Middleton Lucille Mitchell motor- Curtain 8:00 O'clock 'c CHEESE BROOMSEach BACON


day. Pound17c 25c Pound9c ;

Fla. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins I Il

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Egg Contest Birds i I And the Worst is Yet Come--. HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES -.


Big December Lay Weeklyroro Honto Demonatra- "The. Voice of Florida"
I .
.. lion Specialist, Tallahassee

Conducted ByL. With a record December lay the --- I I I II II ]

840 pullets in the sixth Florida National 1 ts I
College of Agriculture
T. DYER: County Agent Egg Laying Contest brought GOOD COLOR SCHEMESTO are scheduled to speak about Wnrkel'1 Fior.
for the three months of
production I PAINT THE HOUSE Ida farm problems at noon
MISS PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent the contest to 43.ft eggs per bird, day next week, the Florida \10'1.ach

reports E. F. Stanton supervisor. A little paint adds much to the cultural Extension Service .
This Is 6.7 eggs ahead of the aver- beauty of the house besides protesting ia
nounced. Thewill
The Pickett home has been mov- speak miring
Winners of the State age for the same period last year the wood. In selecting the the Florida Farm Hour
ed, the yard leveled and landscaped and 3.5 better than the best pee
eggs color to use, nearby buildings and
Home ImprovementContesl SYRUP from 12 to 12:45:
: ,
Installed ea
water and light systems tern
record of the five previous con- foliage should be considered. Falling -
standard time.
Announced furniture remodeled and countless '
tests. The December
i to consider them often re-
other improvements made. was 53.4 percent or IS.5 eggs per I' sults In the use of ugly, crude col-, The schedule follows:
For outstanding achievements Mrs. Dyches has been quite successful Sat, Jan. 23-Florida frm

In Improving their homes seven in exterior beautification of bird.Florida birds are ctill in the lead. i ors.A house obscured by foliage : News and Hints. U. S. Farm science .

Florida women and threeH club the home, as well as remodeling though leading breeders from 20 O should be painted in light rather Snapshots

girls were recently announced win- furniture and building modern water con ther states have birds In the con- 0 0 0 C'r bright colors to give pomewhat of Mon., Jan. 25-Why It ray to>
Improvement veniences. A running system -
In the statewide home test The for three
ners high the
pen Hatch Chicks
contrast. On the other Early Norman
bathtub and toilet has a hand a R.Mehrbof. .
with ,
content conducted by
mouths is owned by White Feather -
house alone In The Importance of
standing a conspicuous Clean
state home demonstration department been Installed and many Inexpensive '
Farm Clearwater, with 672
location should not be in too Brooder Houses-Dr. B. F. Thom.
According to :Miss Virginia little improvements have been
points for 718 eggs. M. Wcischol- bright colors. Small houses will as.
r. Moore, home Improve made. ek's Farm Jacksonville was sec
0 tend to look larger If they are Tues., Jail. 26-The
Nelsons built home
ment specialist. They were each The a new ond with 664 points for 750 eggs. 0 of
and Mrs. Nelson, besides painted to light colors, particularly Mice, Moles, and Salamanders J.
given checks for $5: which were donated arranging Marshall Farm Mobile, Ala., was
by Mri! Ruth Owen. a convenient, modern place, I third, W. E. Pyles :Maysville, Ky., j 1 draft ( I e of the warmer tints. R. Watson Farm Question Box
Judicious use of trim colors J is an
The women to receive checks has made rugs, curtains, chair fourth and Bailey Farm, :Miami, u Wed., Jan. Fertlizatlon and
backs, and other Items that make / Important factor In the color Care of the Lawn-Geo.
were Mrs. !of. C. Davis, Orange fifth. IIIl II 4j E. Ritchey
county, Mrs. O. W. Boles, Santa her rooms attractive at very low Florida poultrymen; also own the scheme. Colonial bouses always Primer for Town Farmers.
look well In white with shutters
Rwa, Mrs Annie B. Johnson, and CORtS. three leading pullets. They are green Thurs., Jan. 28-Progress the
tt.n.: : C. E. Plcliett, Alachua! coun- In the Snyder home a kitchen owned by Crescent Poultry Farm and green shingled roofs. Florida Experiment Station Made

ty, :Mrs. J. W. Dychen, Ok was built from a aide porch. It i Bradenton, Plnebreeze Farm Cal- Light yellow houses with white Last Year- J. Francis Cooper.
One would have to trimming are very pleasing. Bun-
:Mrs. J. R. Nelson Holmes loosa./was reworked.
/ .lahan and M. Welscholek's Farm. Farm Reporter at WashingtonFri.
visit of these homes to really galows are attractive when painted -
:Mrs. Floyd E. Snyder, any /
I with 78 76, and 75: points respect ., Jan. 29--Farm Plans
Mrs. Davis was most interested appreciate the finishing toucnes 4 < ivory, white, or light yellow. If
ively. Three of the next
seven are
View of the
them and they are small a light or Present Situation '
In improving her kitchen. A new the women have given I also owned Floridians. gray -
the low cost of the improvements by light yellow would make them Frank W. Brumley. What Better
kitchen was built and equippedwith very \7
Feed records for the :3 months : 1i look larger. Practices Meant to Florida Farmers
modern conveniences including show that the heavy breeds ate 23 Last Year-J. Lee Smith.
I Suggested color"comblna tlon8
built-in cabinets Ice box, run- ------ i
pounds of feed bird and the i .
per I ..
ning water, and electric lights. The CKUTiriED HERD IRISH are: Ivory trimmed with light yel
kitchen, an well as other parts of I.OTtTOE8'JELl) :MORE] lights averaged 21 pounds each. JF-KTSs'* low, forest green, or white. White I TO ASSIST POULTRYMEN
__ I The feed cost was 44 1-2 cents for Cs INrgf.- \
The trimmed with light yellow gray,
the house, has been painted.
the heavies, and 41 cents bird
curtains and linoleum floor add the It pays to use certified seed Irish for the breeds. per or green. Light yellow trimmed,I To assist Florida poultry associations -

finishing touch. potatoes, farmers who conducted The light of counties having such service. The LOOK WHO'S COOPERATINGNames with white, ivory or brown. Seal with their marketing problems .

Mrs. Bole, like all the other win- demonstrations with county agentsin colds, and epidemic which chickenpox has been, average of the loans In, counties' I brown trimmed with ivory, white,( A. Williardson.! representing
Den, had practically no money for North and West Florida last considerable roup with county agents was $205.90. that are news, though yellow, or sage green. Silver gray the Federal Farm Board will
giving trouble at
home Improvement. With money year have learned. There were 44 contest has been stopped, and For all other counties the averagewas never before In this particular connection trimmed with Ivory warm gray, spend January 25 and 26 in Jacksonville

from raising turkeys and hogs she demonstrations, covering 83 acres new birds are now Into $226.94. The explanation givenis enter the story of the most or moss green. Warm gray trim' and Orlando In conferencewith

: has made a modern dwelling froma and the certified yielded an aver- The 30 birds entered coming in the 4-H lay. that $21 less would meet the recently formed livestock "Co-op", med with white or silver gray. association officials and specialists

3-room hut bought three years age of 42 bushels more per acre, club contest averaged 11.4 urgent needs, per family, in the the Eastern Livestock Coperatlve Light lead trimmed with white, from the Florida Agricultural

ago. reports J. Lee Smith, district ex- during December to bring the eggs county agent counties, because Marketing Association of which warm gray, or silver gray. Apple Extension Service

In the Johnson home, the tension agent. to date to 33.4 production more feed was grown for livestockor Thomas B. Glascock is president. green trimmed with dark green,
kitchen has been The trouble with the potatoes In eggs perDird. white, or gray.
enlarged a living Edward Zellman Umatilla more of the family living was Admiral Grayson, John Barton
room has been added, several piecesof the gardens of that district for owns the leading entry. provided from the farm. Payne Marshall Field, 3rd, and a Ask the home demonstration
needed furniture have been the last few years has been mosaic -----S daughter of the late E. H. Harridan agent to help you select the colors JELAYS

i), built, running water and electric 'and other seed-borne diseases. SMITH NAMED STATEEXTENSION CAY. ,' CANE YIELDS 136 (Mrs. Rumsey) are not just for your house.
Ughta have been Installed. and the These are not carried on the certi- AGRONOMIST GALLONS MORE PER ACRE the names you'd expect in the "co- -Virginia P. Moore. HAVE OANCOU5US ENDS'-JX.iap?

place baa been neatly landscaped. fied seed. op's" list of stockholders, but they

", Feed sacks with poppies painted on J. Lee Smith, district agent with One hundred and fifty-six gal- are there. In the region concerned aoTtrE'ro IJRBTOIIStllKIHTOK ADD euoAr l lvs.
them are used l for draperies, and January Is the month to plant *
the Florida Agricultural Extension lons of syrup more per acre is what these notables own estates on
In an the other Improvement, econ- radishes English Brussels Notice In hereby given that allcreditor
peas livestock Is A
10 which produced.
Service, has been appointed Ex- farmers who conducted Cayana *, legatees,, dintrlbutecii. and
omy has been the main item. sprouts, collards and mustard. tension Agronomist in addition to variety demonstrations with coun- realization of the Inadequacy of all peranitB having claims annlni
In North and West Florida marketing arrangements made the estate of Everett Markley J.hna.,
his present work of suoervlslne ty agents daceane are hereby required to.
9 county agents In North and West made last year, reports J. Lee them willing subscribers. In fact prevent their claim duly authenticated -
4 -- #k. Florida Much of the need for ag- Smith, district extension agent. 26 Mrs. Rumsey was something of an county, to the Judge lion.of O Bradfui.o. A J<;.,ardlner nun--

! .: ronomy work in the state is In Mr.. of the demonstrations were reported organization leader for her district ty Florida for hU approval, within Philosophers counsel
A'A8.4 aglow to play Bridge Smith's district and this move each growing Cayana beside Virginia producers have signed notice one year will from be held dnte in hereof bar thereto or this concerning the may dangers which you

/ baa been taken in the interest of the old red sugar cane varieties.The up for an annual production of 800 and all persons. Indebted to said .*.. beset modem life. You see
" ; ? ) AUCTION a 4 closer cooperation with the Ag- reason for the success of the cars and campaigns, not quite so debt tate are forthwith requested to to tha pay undersigned their mid these dangers In the experiences

r I ronomy Department of the ExperIment Cayana is that it Is immune to attack far advanced are progressing also administratrix. of others. Fire Is one of
CONTRACTby Station and similar departments by mosaic and nematodes in Maryland North Carolina Ten- This,THELMA! 15th day of January, 1912. the greatest!

of other states. which take a heavy toll on the oth- nessee, West Virginia l-lS-Bt-3-11.. KLIZAUHTH Admlnlatratrlx JOHN Why delay having your insurance -
er varieties. vania New Jersey and pennsYl.j reviewed and adjusted

Wynne Ferguson CORN FOLLOWING PEAS .. This Is the sixth to your present needs Delay

:f C' Author of 'PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE BEATS FERTILIZED PLOT BOARD STUDIES TRUCKING .I eeratlve to form or re-organize eo 666. aredangerous-and expensive
FRUITS VEGETABLES as to affiliate with the National

Copyright, 1911.by Hoyte.Jr. Corn following Austrian winter Livestock Marketing Association gag Mqnlil or Talilrt u..r i peas yielded more than that on In the interest ft the truck under the provisions of the Agri- and Cell ache ..".....ftll,.. makeiotnplrte .
ii land which movement of fruits and vegetables cultural Act. anil rffrrllr treatment for
was fertilized In tests Marketing (.01..... INSURANCE
I ARTICLE No. 12 conducted last year by J. T. War- from' Florida J. W. Jones, repre- $5,000 in Cash Prizes

Many times in this series of article where the possible risk Is not offset b rick. Santa Rosa county farmer, sentative of the Federal Farm Farmers are paying more atten- Ask STARKE. FLORIDA
,: the writer lia', ,.irncd player against an equal-chance for game. > and County Agent John G. Hudson. Board has just concluded a trip tion to using classified advertisements Year Drugel"e far Partlrnlnr

over-bidding where the s.tuatiudid At Contract, of course A. with the Ten acres of Austrian winter over the southern part of the stateto for selling their products by -

overbid not juftti/y untn it. In other word, don't foregoing hand, also should, pas, peas were planted in October 1930 gather data about truck move- parcel post and express, says an '
the possible gain it ments. He article in the 2 issue of 1
and turned was accompanied by
I under in No
liurty equal to the pouible Ion. The Example Hand No. 1Heart. April
usual way for the thoughtless player .-A, J. 10.3s commercial fertilizer was used, and D.: E. Timmons, extension agricultural Editor and Publisher. Approximately STRAWBERRY PLANTSOwing
to male this Utake is to bid a minor Y i Club-K, 10,9.8,5 this plot yielded 44 bushels of corn ; economist In marketing, and 2,000,000 lines of such space
"" suit club diamonds, when the : A Bi Diamonds K, 10,9 I per acre. Corn on a plot of the held conferences with other work- was purchased by farmers last

far bidJingindieates that he h.s no chance I Z t Spade*-K: I same type of land but not followIng ers of the Florida Agricultural Extension year, and at an estimated cost of to the dry-like conditions around 'Starke,
came. Why take a chance of only Service. J500.0OO.;
. .Braking three. or four odd in club or No score, first game. Z dealt and bid peas was fertilized with 100 and Lawtey, we are making very special prices on
diamond. ..heftl if you are doubled, one diamond, A one spade and Y pounds of nitrate of soda per acre, .
yon may lose a big penalty? passed. What should B bid with the and yielded 43 1-2 bushels of corn -- --.- .. ... your wants in both Missionary and Blakemore ber-

; value A same.about leas than !frame is only of foregoing hand? per acre. When Bettef Automobiles see Built.Buick Will Build Tham-Product Gen.rel Motors ry plans. See our agents Brownlee Bros., Starke,

,, i. a good rule once never ia itcen to bid deals to make;so it a AUCTION BIDDING: A similar plot not following+I and G. W. Roberts, of Lawtey, Fla., who will take
was fertilized with
score led than game if there i. any B should bid one no trump. The peas your order.
risk attached. There is practically singleton spade is a danger spot and he pounds o( a 10-417 home mixed : I
nothing to gain by the bid find so much should warn his partner at once that fertilizer per acre and yielded 40
' to lose.One very" good player at one of his hand 1 Is weak in spades. The no bushels pf corn per acre. About /1630 You know Bauer, plants of quality and we know

f the local clubs seem to hate a weak- trump bid is justifiable as he has a fair ,i 200 pounds of super-phosphate per '!. .: .., how to ship your plants on time and give you real
ne *for this kind of bidding.The all around hand and a sure stopper in !' '
other 'I acre was used on another plot, not .a. service. So get busy at and
the once place
night,for example he held the follow- diamond suit. With two or less j 'I' your order
Lug hand, A's in the diagram: trump of your partner's suit; always following peas, and the yield was :: O for what you may want.
Hearts -10 warn him of the fact, if possible. 134 1-2 bushels per acre. On a plot i

Chiba-,9,8,6,3,2 : y .' |(where no fertilizer was used, and
Diamond.-A, 8.4 tA B :; CONTRACT BIDDING: not following peas the yield was J.A.BAUER
Sp.de.-K,1o.J t z :! B should bid two club and then, ?tf 26 bushels per acre.
, overbid by partner'
Z No score, rubber game, at Auction. bid the heart luit.Eumple. ONE MEASURE. OF SERVICEThe THE STRAWBERRY PLANT MAN
dealt and hid one
no trump. A
paaaed Y bid two heart. Hand No. :2 'JUDSONIA ARKANSASYou
and II a ld Z ,
puicd At this Hearts-none University of Arkansas Is
point A '
k rr decided to bid three club: The bidding Club-8, 4,2: given as authority for the state- SUPREME RECORD 99' .
1 should have indicated that he had Diamonds-9 4, 3 ment that larger drouth loans Had ffmmt
no l'! Dsee.sa.oel.ya .
Spades-A --- -- .
poaatble chance for Z'. Q, J. 8.3. :2 I OF VALUE-GIVING 5J*) s - -- --- -- -
game. no trump to be made In the counties which -
.._ .
bid. V .
two-heart -
bid '
and H'. -
pas had no county than in the .. ,
t all : Y t agents I9 ; .tI. )
were! indicator that
l>ail combined hand.. For Y that Z held reason the : A B i .. .. -- .. .AND AMERICA'S 11 never ]know how good

; : A the couldn't other hand hope, he to had core a good game.chance On .: Z t ........................ GREAT RESPONSE. 4 a cigar can be until you .... M

to save game. l Ilia hand would probably No score, rubber game. Z dealt and i i i i .
toe worth three tricks with heart bid owe no trump. A two hearts, Y d smoked a \ .
as two spades B three hearts Z threeno .
tramp so that if his partner could SEED .
trump and A doubled. What should -- -
tame.but one trick ho would save the I Y new bid with the foregoing: handf. "',;, .' ". fi-H,,Tt{ ..t. ttixt, HHtt.Almo WAS fr

,i .A.however thought of none of these AUCTION BIDDING SNAP r'
*: evident lasts : BEANS OF ALL **-<*., NOW
and bid -- l.s for
h.,1Y.f three clubs, Y should bid four spade. If Z has a a Buick four-Door Sedan in 1932

uwta. If doubled Y Z had and played defeated the hand by 400 at sound three no trump bid, Y should KINDSFORDIIOOK than in 1922! And the new Buick Four-Door Sedan, r. -. SAME SIZE
liearts, they could have cored only The have danger no trouble of in ma king Z four spades. listing at 1995. is a Straight Eight with Wizard Control MORE HAVANADelightfullyMILD
letting the
play hand
Jieart'tfcrea odd tricks a*, and B would A have taken two.. at no trump i i.that Z may not have a BUSH LIMA and scores of important advancements. Here is a record .

a...o trick*. As bid in would this. instance have taken colt spade and Y ha*no sentry card. The BEANS of value-giving that the motor industry, represented by (

*" '.(0point.when he should have known four spade bid seem the proper one. Buick, has actually achieved. And here is,how the /. Lewis Cigar Mfg. Co., Newark, N. J. Makers
cfcxehand ,
that he had no chance for CONTRACT BIDDING motoring public has rewarded Buick for the
: achievement
Low Prices
KM and a fair chance to save At Extremely n' _____ _
Ucware of inch bid. game. Contract, the bidding would 1 Lo Today, as a result of Buick's policy of and
\ and of any bids the same. This Year giving greater
'11. greater value, America is awarding Buick more than Wake Up Your Liver Bile

: Problem tbree-to-ooe preference over all other eights in its price
-- Heart*-A PEANUTS: We have looked class. The reason will be instantly to

t rube-K J. 74amondsA ._ II the country over and have selected when you note the value-leadership of apparent the new Buick you -Without CalomelAnd

, Heart-3. Spades-none the very beat, well-ma. Eight for 1932 with Wizard ControL Twenty-six models,

i-y' t Club*- none Heart_none tured bright Florida Runners. priced from $935 to <2055. f o. b. Flint, Michigan. Tonll
i Y Club Jump Out of Bede ttfa be..ti
A *
W l> *- O M testes(Jr-i;,.rm.r.e.s
ls 6 5 !
iamoci< :J I A .
1 5p.dce-IO: t B DiamondsQ Come and see for yourself. m the Morning Rarin' o.'ta.dI.II f".1IeoQw Sa tile .....
: Z to Go
: Shades-J Prices range 75c down to 60c. BUBCI I K r.o ......,. T.. kw .
f Heart*-:2 -. EIGHT WITHREGISTER If ytxi feel soar and rank and w...w.....sad ln.t1 trot
i (Ufa* -none: Wizard world looks punk don'tawaflow tb tsar ...... .. Y ya7 .'w'k yteat t+1
Control lot
Ii imonds K, J.7 of salts mineral off a 'ta"'d J"OII W bwt-asai7.a.tstrM
Spades-A The Kilgore SeedCompany .. candy or chewing water.nm and. laxative aped ...............

There are no trumps and l Z i is In the should, them to make jroa nddenty .*... Ihobe---..... !=tt7f1lf1
taut. discard the ace of diamond.. A MOTOR CO. UVDPnU.aDd ; ........ ..
How can \ Z win four of the five is now in the lead buoyant and on .
Cnrlwagaiiut: defenaef and must lead r '-7...... .......
any diamond. For .
No matter' what card. Y they % *. i'. _
Tba0r .. rrii
Selidws Z should an 5 : : lead
the ace of il play, Z must now win the balance e more the bon! nd + ...... .....
SdeVld.d'? "*"! the ace of bean the trick. a saws__ v-r a au..t .gea.IRt-anM
I hand. He should then lead It i i. Starke Florida snot dOMBt let M ttW-. The. ...........
1 an nrcblnn Gainesville ...
easy and Florida ..,
-M deuce of imu* _for ..... -
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JANUARY 23: 19S3

.. ._-- .. -- -- -- BRADFORD. COUNTY TET.EORAPIt.': STARKK. VTOKIDA 1'\1'': !';r.F."I: f

have the whole record of Christ's from all evil; lie shall preserve thy not be hurt of the second death." -
which Lord hath
I = promised to Then cast burden
6tc c cz life and his sacrifice and the plan soul. every on Jesus:
Rev. 2:10 11. "
: them that love Him. James 1 12. thy Lord,
of redemption. Do we fully accept 8. The Lord shall
preserve thy 7.l1at
description does Paul
Note. Suva And thy troubles\ will
him 1lUILY a Christian writer: quii-kly dopart -
going out And thy coming In fnmthis give of the sufferings of some of
z "Our sorrows do not spring' out of ;
time forth, and even for ever God's people former ? "Oth-
BIBUQ KKADINGS I ages the ground. God doth not afflict Make every sweet< more.
ers were tortured not '
t' accepting v"Uling1y nor grieve the children of precious Word! ,
Thy word isat lamp unto feet and light unto Psaln Prayer: "God will take care of deliverance; that they might obtain -
a my > my path.- 119:105.A" : men: When he permits trials and An entrance to Ills loving heart.
January 22:
you. Thro' every day. O'er all the a better resurrection: and
/pfttictlonti! It Is 'for our profit, that --Rev. John Williams.
J I rtIIr Af 1P u religious teaching doctrine or The Hope of- Youth-For thou way: He will will take care of you. others had-trlal of cruel mocklngs yve might be of Ills --_..._,,._ -- --
partakers hell
: creed a they are to h've any claim art my hope, 0 Lord God: thou God will take care: of you..' and scourglnga, yea, moreover of BAI'TtrtT:
ro ion the love, loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with I art ify trust from my youth.- Remember the Sabbath Day, to bonds and Imprisonment: they were riens. If received In faith the
o teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit (Into every fold and crevice Psalm 71: 5. trial that seems no bitter and! hard
Keep It Holy-Exodus< 20:8.: ; Go to stoned
they were asunder
the human heart and of whom it bear Sunday school At 10 a. m. A. J.
i was said in John 7:46, "NEVER MAN Where and to will prove a blessingThe
FAKE LIKE TrilS MAN" by whom was the church Sunday. I' were tempted, were slain with the cruet blow that blights the joy.lor Thomas supt. We had over one
body of Jesus burled? .
Answer sword: they wandered about in hundred last
1 present The
111I.i Pastors of Bradford and Union counties are invited to usa thin dertinent read.-Matt. 27: 87:60.: SE\'ENTII DAY ADVENTIST;:.. sheepskins and goutsklna; being ellrth will be the means of turn business men's clans Sunday.la
for new of church activities, organizations and announce ing1 our eye to heaven. How many growing:
January 23
destitute afflicted, tormented: (of under the
of Mr.
lent*. Space freely given and no charge mude-the only requirement Great Power From God-Behold, Bible study at Mr. Adam Green's whom tho world not there are who would never have leadership Bumgarner. -
\\ng that such Item reach thin office before Wednesday morning, I home was worthy) : Known Jesus had not sorrow led { Now we will have a young; ,
give unto to tread Wednesday evening at 7:30.:
you power on they wandered lit mountains and matrons class '
herwlne they cannot be handled for current ISHUO. tht'tIto seek! comfort in Hlifl! The o1"tllnlzed.Ve: hope
serpents and scorpions, and over All welcome. Stuject for Study, deserts and In dens and caves of of noon to add an extension; to our
trials life are GOd's workmen
1 all the power of the enemy: and Trials and their Object. the earth." Heb. 11:33-38.: church building/ these two new ; .
thou wouldest have asked of him, nothing shall by any means hurt 1. What does the Apostle Peter 8. How many docK Paul say willsuffer to remove Impurities! and roughness classes can have lass rooms. '

SUNDAY SCHOOL I and he would have given thee living you. Luke 10: 19. say concerning the trials through persecution ? "Yea and all from our character. Their Worship at II 1\. m. and 7-30:
and p.
d viewing, squaring and
LESSON I water. What charge was given three which every believer must pass ? that will live godly In Christ Jesus m. It Is expected that a number

I "Living water" was that which times to Joshua? Answer, read-- "Beloved, think it not strange con- shall suffer persecution." 2 Tim. their burnishing end' polishing Is a of our Sunday School scholars will / .

t.d continued In motion as a flowing Joshua 1618.: cerning the fiery trial which Is to 312.: painful process. It la ham! to be be baptized at the

FOR JANUARY 2-1. 1932: stream, or spring or well fed bya January 21 try you as though some strange 0. Does God willingly afflict/ the pressed down to the grinding Our Wednesday evening night{; service.service '

v. vein of flowing water, while Seek TodaySeek ye the Lord thing happened unto you: but reJoice children of meFor the Lord v'heel. But the stone brought will not be holi| while the "
Subject; Jesus and the Samarl- water rested fortli prepared to fill its in evangelistic -
stagnant in of place
pools while he Inasmuch .
may be found call ye as you are par- will not cant oft forever: but meeting are in progress

S an Woman. surface water, having no outlet. upon him while he ia near.-Isaiah takers of Christ's sufferings; that, though Ho cause grief, yet will lie the heavenly temple"l'here's [ at the court houno All our peopleare .'

Golden Text: "Christ Jesus came "The woman saith from whence 55: 6.To when His glory shall be revealed have compassion according to the Invited to attend theRe meetings 'I ,

r tito the world to save sinners. Tim. then hast thou that living water? whom Is strength promised? ye may be glad also with exceeding multitude of Ills mercies. For lie never a night but In fol.lowed and help tu make this special 'I ::

::15"Lesson Art thou greater than our Answer, read Isaiah 12:2.: Joy. 1 Peter 4: 12, 13. doth not afflict willingly nor grievethe by day, religious campaign a Ruccens.'

Text: John 4:0-26.: father Jacob which gave us the January 25 2. How Important is the trial of children of men." Lam. 3:31-: And the darkness to dnwr must ..--- -- I

3 Topic of Lesson: How Jesus deals well ?" The Samaritans claimed to Man's Wisdom Folly The Lord our faith ? "That the trial of your 33. give pence: 8AXTOX: :

r 'Ith sinners. be descended from Jacob, through brlngeth the counsel of the heathento faith, being more precious than 10. Why, then, does God permitthe hero's never a sorrow that croHscs Preaching every first and third ,

. Time and place: A. D. 27; Jacobs Joheph. "Jesus answered and said naught: he maketh the devicesof gold that perlsheth, though it be chastening rod to fall ? "For our way Sundays; at 3 p. m., by Rev W. B.

ell in Samaria. unto her, Whosoever drlnketh of the people of none effect/ Psalm tried with fire might be.found un- they (parents) verily for a few But is sent with a message of Christy of the tawley Methodist

: Introduction: "Following the con- this water shall thirst again: But I 33: 10. I to praise and honor and glory at days chastened us after their own grace church. Preaching; services on see +1
bersatlon with Nicodemua Jesus Whosoever drinketh of the water 1 What Is necessary before we can the appearing of Jesus Christ. 8 pleasure; but He for our profit, It comes to the pennant, It comes and and fourth Sunday at 11 4

Bcft Jerusalem and went into the that I shall give him. shall never lead others into the paths of righteousness Peter 1::7.Notes."When. that we might be partakers of His to the kingIt o'clock by Rcv. sellers of Jacksonville

. illages and towns near the Jordan thirst; but the water that I shall ? Answer read --Psalm David was fleeing holiness." Heb. 12:10.: comes In our plt'IUIUl'tlIInd and singing! In the afternoonat

here he taught and his disciples give him shall be in him a well of 51:12: 13. through the wilderness, pursued 11. Referring to Peter's comingsore pllln; 3:00 o'clock. Everybody Invited.

aptlzed (John 4:2): ). John the Bap- water springing up into everlasting January 26 by his own son he was being trial, for what did Christ say It comes from tho Father of mercies -. -, .- '

Ifst was also baptizing 'not far life" Jesus Said Blessed are the prepared to become the sweet He had prayed? "Satan hath desired to bringTo 01.1"1.. :II"IH''l''I''I'' .f

I way. Some of the Jews tried to The water from the well gave pure in heart; for they shall see singer of Israel. The pit and the to have you, ,that he may sift His fold Ills own stray ones In nut .T. till: uPV' 'l'OIt j,

reate an unpleasant feeling in temporary relief to the physical God.--Matt, 5: 8. dungeon were the best schools at you as wheat: but I have prayedfor again. nllLl.y r""I.on..e. to and tlif.livllvMnir.* .uareetlen that of I .'t.111 l.

John's mind toward Jesus by telling needs of the body whereas the Who will take away hunger and which Joseph ever graduated. The thee that thy faith fall not" O snul! Is thy burden too heavy to .'/ ho or viihiiihlo. xrrvlc* to rhopenpla !t j,
l .
or 'Ilil* wonutorliil '
him that all the people were i spiritual regeneration typified by I thirst and wipe away all tears hurricane that upset the tent and Luke 22:31: 32. bear? t
going to Jesus for baptism. John the "water which Christ wouldgive" from your eyes? Answer, read-- killed Job's children prepared the 12. What cheering promise ia Does the load 1 seem to weighty ('lIlInlh...., I hPl'.ho11"111'101: myself "

proclaimed, his loyalty to Jesus. would continue a flowing Hev. 7:10: 17. man of Uz to write the magnificent mado to those who endure the for one ? an a rniutlilnte to the will for nf tho"IILtoI..n..lor.linmocratli) J TlHubjert

[Vhen Jesus heard that invidious stream of spiritual strength from January 27 poem that has astonished the trials and temptations of thla life ? There's a Helper at hand/ .all thy voters at the t iMlmnry, i-li"Iron on ,'f,
Juno 7. I 1933.: I HIII 'In favor of ami comparisons were being made between God through Christ. "The woman I Supply Is Sure Trust In the ages. There In no way to get the "Blessed Is the man that endureth narrows to share will work for tax ivdiicilnn. and. In T

John and himself he left salth unto him. Sir, give me this Lord, and do good; so ahalt thou wheat out of the straw but to temptation: for when he Is tried 'Tis thy Father's own well-be I a reduction, of 1110. .xivtin or running '.

udea and went north through water that I thrlst not neither! be fed. Delight thyself also in the I thresh it out. There In no way to he shall receive the crown of life, loved Son the und tale.Ir.v; woi.'kOlllro *I 'nlr.ifever HIMHlrrimrtlinnlnK ,t j"" I

Samaria toward Galilee. Once come hither to draw." I Lord: and he shall give thee the purify the gold but to burn it." or the xtut ImnklnK y
Samaria was the heart of the The woman believed Jesus but .Iowa to nrotofl ilvponltDrH, and t.milk. ..
king- desires of thine heart.-Psalm 37:3: --Talmage. No'rlpl their liability to IOH much
dom of Israel. But seven hundred did not understand just what he 4. 3. What reason did Paul give Notice In. moi'w rntiot I will *vi>r lie atart I'I"
hereby Klvfn lint I hit :
follow-In" ,1..11'.1| lends, will !tin oil| for and .. .j
on right *hl of
years before Jesus' day the meant. He said to her "go call .t public auction 011 the KIUST!! unyoiher
klng- j What happened Immediately af- for glorifying In tribulation ? "We MONDAY TKUIUrAHY.' 19.12 It 1I.lnl6' moac'iir, which. I bvllv to .
|dom .was couquered by the Assy- thy husband." Jesus saw the sourceof ter Jesus was baptized of John In glory in tribulation also: knowing the furl' let county day of State sold| month of Florida'or lit-fore. .. the no (much'ourttioUBn thereof prior..at will Hlark lie In Ura..- be for the bent lufi-rrntn (if the vmo. ,

Irlana and the best of the people her sinfulness and desired her the Jordan ? Answer read Matt. that: tribulation worketh patience; to pay the amount flue. for' taxe. set optiovlt th" "",n., toa.tlter necessary with the and l 1.1.l and"r"p.rly.r lh. .protarllel. vats or, their and rights HUD- .$ll

I taken away' to Assyria. Then a repentance. We must put away 3:18.: 17. and patience, experience; and experience tout ot such Hal and advvrtlnlna-. C. A. FUTCH, Tax Collflctor.. Rort will bit hlHlily upprui Intud, unit I! .
Clark '
1.'lnmUu".t.\: am rlrrtixl,
(great many people were sent to whatever keeps!! us from obeying 28 your pnnfIdonc In !,,
and maketh
January hope: hope me will never tin vl.ilatoilH "'
I Samarla to take the places of those Christ. To the rich young man not ashamed; because the love of Lot Bexlot85ft.N&Bb'n...<*rlp
(who had been deported. Thus the Jesus said, 'Sell all that thou hast, the Christian Confidence This is God! Is shed abroad In our hearts 50ft.H& \VInNlgcor" Lake huller Pla. J, M. MANN. M. D. j

I Samaritans became mixture in and distribute unto the confidence that we have in and lot 7 e* 1 60 ft A part NO.I..J' /
a poor. PMlEron'' ., YG (
him, that, If we ask thing by the Holy Ghost which Is given lot fI A S Illk. 18 Original '
{race, in religion and in customs. Is there anything that keeps you any us." Rom. 5: 35. Town ._ 28 6 S3 U. V. Kiilt-ht ______ .t 60.74 MK.IIflOIIN: 1
His Notice
according lie heareth '19 I
I An from and EM mit 90 a* extendod on lirrrhy given that all
enmity sprang up between the accepting following us.-I John :5: 14. I 4. What according to the prophecy Kn'. ..yn man ex H 105 ft 2V t 22 r.. J, F. Haur .. ________ .- '.11 prodltorH, IcKiitexM. illxtrlliiitr and "' ,
[Jews and the Samaritans which Christ ? "Jesua!! salth unto her, of Daniel to befall the Lot 6 Hlk 1 U T. ('0'* nil perenns. having rlalmit. Hnaln i! '

I continued down to Jesus' time. The Woman, believe me, the hour What special directions for prayer was addition _n_ _. ..2& 0 22 .- n..1. r) vU' ____._h_.'__ '.40 the *State uf Willinniii D. Fornylh, "
did Jesus give in His sermons on people of God down through the T.ola I 2 x 4 ilk 3 L.; T. A drrsacrd, nr. h..hy rIIll"lr..d|, tu
I two peoples would have nothing to cometh, when ye shall neither In ages 1"And Co' addition ------- 2s 6 22fr.! .. Mary B. Truhy ____._ II.4JlriT present. their claims, duly authi>ntlot'il .
the mountain ..
I do with each other either religiously thla mountain, nor yet at Jerusalem -' ? Answer read- Lot I 2 a 4 11 12 IX 14 Klk to the lion. fl o. A. (tardln '
Matt. 6:9-13.: they that understand 12 I* T, & Po'a addition' 2* 0 22 .-. Mitry IS. Truby __. 72.18 n county judKa of Dradford county .
or commercially. But Jesus worship the Father. But the among the people shall Instruct Lot a 12 H 9 ft of lot 4 Flnrldii' for the: approval 1 within 1 : ",.
I of elk 14 1 T. & Cu'. one year from .lat. ber.of, or thinnolle
was not prejudiced against the Samaritans hour cometh, and now la, when the : '
WEEKLY many: yet they shall fall by the addition .. .___ _. -. 28 8 22 .-r Floyd Gram----------- 12.47 will he .h.M' In liar Ih..r..to.An.1 ,
I and on his way to Galilee true worshippers shall worship the sword and by flame by captivityand Lot 13 14 Hlk 14 L. T. ATo' all p..r.ulI" indnlitvd tn said .*' .

I he traveled through Samaria, and Father In spirit and In truth: for Dan. addition __ __ __28 tI 22 ... H. A. green ________.,,- 4.82Mr tnto are lTM...lel, to Day their aaltl.
by spoil, many days. i.nIe121111k17TT.C debts forthwith 10 the underelgned
stopped at Jacob's well near the the Father seeketh such to worshiphim. The Traveler's. Psalm 11:33.: Co' addition .____._28 6 22 *. Anaelln wilier __.- 8.21 udmlnlHtralor.
City of Sychar where he rested God is a Spirit: and they that Psalm 121:1.: I will lift'up mine Lotsl4or$4401k31LT. Tlila nth day nf January, 1012J. .
:5. Why was thin to be ? "And ','. __ ____ A. HArUJHtt.
( Nub. II Iv. 28 fI 22 T.. C. Powell ________ 178
[ while the disciples went to the worship him must worship him in even unto the hills from whence some of them of understandingshall Lot 4 elk 32 L. T. A Co' l-H-dt.3-4 AdruinletratorNO'rll'W

I city for supplies. "There cometh a spirit and in truth." cometh thy help. to and to 8nb. Hlv. ______________. 28 6 22 Charlie Thorns.--------- t 88
fall try them
Lot. R II Ilk 2 navlM and
woman of Samaria to draw water: These statements give the true : 2. My help cometh from the and to make them white even to Trnhy'ft addition ____28 I 22 .1. M. Truby .. n_____ _. 14.18 ,CIIKIII'I-OIIM TO Ikf-HTOIIV ASIA
Jesus salth unto her give me to: form of worship between the Lord which made heaven and All ilk 20 Temple. addition
the time of the end. Verse 35. _. _28 t 21 J. II. hitch------------- 84.80 Notlc I. hereby given that all
| drink. It was about noon and the soul of the individual person and earth. 6. Looking forward to the conflicts All ltlks. 1)'II F nifdngaaddition creditor, lqiteea.. diitrlhittfivfl and

i well was about 100 feet deep. the: Lord himself. The woman said 3. He will not suffer/ thy foot to which His followers __________28 6 22 .... John A, Curtis I --_______- "..10 all persons ut. of having rlnlniN, niralnvktlm '\
ce J. W. ,
through Lot 2 a of Ark 2 In J. D. Andrews Nr.. du *-
"Then saith the woman of Samaria "I know that Messiah cometh be moved; He that keepeth thee must pass, what cheering messagedid Jonas addition -_- :31 4 22 r- U. C. Tlltch ________--.- 2T.53 ..ad.their I ar. her."y l 1'1".1| to pre "
unto him. How is it that thou being which is called Christ he will will not slumber. Christ the One third lnt..r *t In Lot mint claim to th llonorahl.
send them through glen A. Oardln,
roomy jndw of '
1 4 of Hlk I 2 I In J. D. Jonrm .
a Jew askest drink of me, tell us all things." Though she 4. Behold, he that keepeth Israel revelator? "Fear none of those addition------------28 t Ur..n.r, Mott A Oai-rln ... (48 liradford County, .. ..Wld"1 from for hieapnrnval '
1 which a woman of Samaria ? For were a sinner she believed in the shall neither slumber nor Cum M of 'vrnf within one year. datahrivof
things thou shalt suffer: behold, Call lee I Orantr Irate or thin nut lr. will b* h.,ld In I
the Jews have no dealings with the coming Christ and looke and sleep. the devil shall cast some of you run H 106 ft H 62 V6 N bar thrroto, and all tK>P..on.. Indebted ,
Samaritans. Jesus answered and wished for him, Jesus said to her C. The Lord Is thy keeper: the 105 ft to thnnce to paid .IlIle 0.8" ra.,iulrud. to pay'
Into prison that ye may be tried W on .. ..t.III'b: ....26 22 .. Unknown _. 1950 their mild. di>ht. forthwith to the undPVHlarnpd -
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said unto her, If thou knewest the "I that speak unto thee am he. Lord is thy shade upon thy right .be thou faithful unto death All Hlk. of land AdmlnlNtrator.Thla r. '

gift of God, and who It Is that The woman was convinced and accepted hand. and I will give thee a crown of 10 ft 'alll'oWJ.f side' lot Hth day. of January A. I).
4 and all lot. t fI 7 Tem-
salth to thee give me to drink; Jesus as the Christ. We 6. The sun shall not smite thee life He that overcometh shall plo'a addition _______28 4 22 S, It. John ____________ 81.88 I 183a'j.. w. ANonnwH. Jr
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'THE MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" By L. F. Van Zelm of hot-n A circuit sworn third. roiirt In bill' I the of ofrivv t\1'the complaint math nf th judicial. clerk has -y I

circuit of Florldn' In. and for lirad .
.__._._....... ford tint, ,ntyln t'hiiiii'vrv, by Jntm. .* i
11 Kit a. rxtfUtor of rntat. of

) [FIRE HOU'EJ:; ri tint KIlHliu and Kit In, which ill-cm iifl.bill. a.h..Complain-.o..k". to Ff f''f J. '".

1 5ED- : forrcloH .n niortitKita aver the fnl-
: &; of couaSE M 'I.i lowlnw. liiinln. In MruOfoi'd' county .
: I DI1r1'T .. d ':. an Klorlila. to-wlt:
: R arm In HK <.o..r. nf SKV. nf
: :_ .. NKH and, NM of ShlVt of H'-utlon 2'..
BUTHEN RATTLETRAP'S GARAGE '" g'wJ..J Mouth, 'Itunica 21 Mat: and
r'al i : : uf '' of Renton to.
out TERMS AKb -CREDIT To SDW'KEGS, hLL iIE BACK a.a NOUX "1. Twp 6 HI".lh, Banos. 92 Knut and' i I
RESPONDS TO A HEHJ CASH FOO T?<0ie MCE KNOW.DOBOTHY / Y :?250EtKE G OFFK! of '-! QUAMAnani I.>t 9 and W,\, of lit 24 and KV4 of '
HURRY CALL 05E CO. ti? FJR You BCS j- .lot P.2II11 I In Woudlitwn, I In Notion JO.
Mouth Kanirn 22 Kant: and(
HAVING HEARD Of containing IH1. acne. more or !Ie...
The df ndant.. OKnlnnc whom Bald. ,
THE ACCIDENT TO bill of complaint I I.* tiled ar. a* follow -
DOTTY COW & Sacs : *: John" 'e.tt'n FTel I, Jr. I.ucy M.hbel .
:; the r ; f whom
SLICK{ AT THE FOOT s I I. stated therein to l>.. unknown: f',
OF PUTTS FULL,DR. K. Marshall. and wife Murrtha. K J.
Mnrwhall the rmldonc nf each "t
whom I Ie .tati l therein to b* Dola -
ware City In Slat of t>*lawar.., and'
off ia THEIR AID. their poet office box, to b** 4rt& I>*tln-.
ware ('I t t."II rlaware. That complulnant
mad dlllRent I parch
MIHT5 and Inquiry to ascertain the rl-
.! "aDRAW d nce nf each of ald defendant
whose reallenr0 !18 elated to be unknown -
9HAt)>E% and has been unable to a**
WHEN RETIRING! certain 'th* came. or either of the
same and I that he has mad dlll-
Knt crfort to ascertain a more exact
I ys l VAM CIIMI I location of the raldnre of K e:.
Marshall. A wife Marctha. B.' J. Mar-
Hhall, and wa. unable to An *... That
-- .- mild bill also
.1 __ _______ __ _- _._-_ ___ ",:: = = = __ __ _- __ one J. A. AdillMon. names of i Itradford aa defendant coun
ty. Klorldu, who I I. alla-. to b. In
puKxeMHlun. i>l nail land a. tenant
and. that all "nld, defendant ar.
/IATrr' By Charles /lcMautU oVer the age of vnty-on year.. oKaa
and tliat, thfe la no person In
the mate uf Florida.. the service of

I' ;bC' vo AND wi ] SAY L.-m. GIRL WAIT, ( TMtR= :5 A. MAN AT said.ubpo defendants.*nn upon. whom or elthur would of them bind
? TEC.U'" HI"rO" QRINQ. THE!! ( '
w.L whose Nlilunca IN stated therein
I F1 Oe1.L.J \' VhO IT l.. y W"L.L'IO" CIVE ME 4 ASIC PAPA J I } ), THE COCa AND MEA 1, 1 ( N 'i.RE i uu LOCK ir UO"I I l IIIllIt.,1 to be unknown tttfrrtn and tn whose lia" In Delaware rld.nc.

IT QuAgTft core .. OED ? 1-- WANTS QUARTER .AND. SEE >r IT"O TH / City Hla' of n..l....r..r*.
It I I., therefore, tirdnriil that the
( FOR A OED defendant John A. Ebcl! Jr, Lucy
\ I. M: Kf: >.l, F. R Marshall and Maretha:
Ii' II FJ. Murhall.! .nd) each nt them, be
and they are h.r..I'.l required to fll '
with the Clerk vt said! Court their +
written apnaran (personally .>r
I I by t attorney) In said court on or before .
the flr.t Monday. In Pibruar.
A. 1>. 1932, the same hlna": the tierday
thereof and tliraftor to fll t
with Bald f'lerk thi-lr wrlttnn di
i t'OOHO. If any to Inn. bill or omplnlnt 1
In ald suit at th.I'n..; p. '...crlh. d I
by law ant h.r..lu. fall' not or d.er. <
... pro-confHHu will hu tutor!
airalnNt them and .n of them who <' t< i im
fall to appear or drfrnd.
It I Ia further orl.trd that this! >i 11
dor he. published <>n... each. week;
fur four conHcoutlv wtifKa ten.
came beingflv. w.oKlk 1 I/.JUCB) In
C(1 ''lifeI the Bradford t'ouaty. Telt-Kraph, a '
weekly newspaper publihed In aid
tiradford County: Jplitrlda.. next prl'L t
It .*''a let day of February, A. 1>. }
Done and ordered ut stnrk. rior
'li.. thl. Hit d..y of JJ.cember, A. 1KNIiJHT
U. 193j,
Clerk Circuit Court.
Official Reath i

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I I time of it in his stead but the pea no longer oddities-and, it new war will it la hoped, kill EXAMINATION FOR POSTMASTER /

V 1 Bradford County Telegraph ple generally will contnue to blame truthfully said, most of surplus labor. This is obvious AT LAWTCY. Ft

I From Other PensAnd I him with our troubles until the proved the wisdom of the easiest means of getting: rid -

, l' Established 1877 change comes.-Perry Herald.Amf'l'jaDa But, with the exception and the "best minds" will as To fill the vacancy in tn,
: --o--' Caraway, Mrs. Ruth take the easiest way. tlon of postmaster In Lawtey p

Ir and Entered as Second Class ; Cormick is the only Is much easier to start a war United States Civil Servi, ,
Published Weekly on Fridays this Is Leap Year.-Starke, common Cot
has ever before the to apply sense to
+ kitchen at Park gone mission has
Matter\ at the Post Office at Starke Florida Telegraph. Well, what of it-- A charity soup ills. announced, at the a
seeking a senatorshlp-
Utah as quest of the
Journal. City, belng..ckDown locally postmaster
V : = a Bronson -0-- "The Hoover Calli'! was decisively defeated in if we are going to have and in accordance with an ,>gent*
F. _____ .. Owner and Publisher in 1930. war, we might as well have
E. Matthews\ u _, ___ How candidates for New Jersey proposing a tax: on the president, an open compete
many gover-
Now that the ice has been rules for it. The last was
J'.v4. C. Robinson __ P' __ ._-___ _.. _-_ Managing Editor, nor can you name?Starke Tele- speakeasies! examination.To .
New York the en, so to speak, and a as the politicians say "Ir-
graph. Oh. a dozen or so more cowl patrolling be ,
eliglblle for the > _
actually been elected of rules---and it was ? lll
downtown district with
; Jwp SUBSCRIPTION HATE than can be elected. Bronson shotguns! shopping day is probably not far much of a mess. Lion, an applicant must be a ell

Journal. The Cook 111. when women United States offer, for public approval, a zen of the United States, must
county jail war-
!' Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance -- den riding about in Al Capone's tors will not be rarities. set of rules: side within the delivery of the i
Some of the West Florida papersare .
Advertising Rates on Application private car! it Is not too much to ( ) That the manufacturers of office for which the exam'.na:
w already getting "het up" over
fide middle aged people of raincoats be compelled to Is held, must have so resided( for
the governor's race.-Starke Tele- Making it illegal to a bicycle
I live to see a woman vice their own product, their least two years next preceding I
In St. Paul while intoxicated! pay u
nuisance tax is we do not like to pay. graph. That isn't anything! Just date for close of
: A one The board that regulates barbershops of the United States- doctor bills when stricken with receipt of appnc
wait till the votes are counted and
tions, must be In
Q 0 in Massachusetts being woman president. As a class and defray their own good physic
how feel. Bronson Jour-
'. I Tampa is feeding city prisoners for ten cents a meal. see nal. they made up of a Frenchman, an en are becoming more expenses. condition, and.within the preset
... -- Italian and an Irishman! in politics, and most of ( ) That all congressmen and ed age limits. Both men and) wi
o The Naval Academy's monthly have been successful are voting for war be given en are admitted.

U,' A little encouragement goes a I long way with the candi The country will complete the inaugurating a department of I ing up to requirement in choice of enlisting in the shock Under the terms of the executltj

1 date. Job of going Democratic next year. cookery! ,spect. or being shot on the cap- order, the civil service commlssio

-Bradford County Telegraph. If Raising a ,fund in Oklahoma to Here in Florida numerous steps. Will certify to the postmaster |go!>
i o going Democratic means givingthe erect a monument to a man executed fill what are referred to as ( ) That all manufacturers of eral the names of the highest th:

: Even though. it is leap year, it is better to take a thought people nationally what Demo- for murder} offices, while one woman is a supplies be hanged when their quail eligibles, If as many as th

before the leap. cratic Florida is giving them then On tearing down a Chicago house ber of the house of reach the million dollar are qualified, and the postrrmst<
I we better try for something''else.- I
s sI And with the news .
to discover an old cigar store wooden along general will select one for nomlm!
0 Delray Beach Hammer. Indian ,with,:la Bock beer sign Caraway's election came ( ) That uplift agenCies;charg tlon by the president. Confirm!
You have to watch the styles in dresses in Florida to tell -0- hung around its neck! nouncement of the the moral welfare of the tlon by the senate is the final at

when the seasons change. The death last week of SenatorE. Two motorcycle officers of the Mrs. E. M. Johns, of be prohibited from shipping tlon.
g M. Johns of Starke, is particularly election to the state
Topeka-Iorpe. buying themselves registers into the war zone.: Applicants will be
o sad In that he was a young saddle horses to do a little riding several terms held by her ( )That all Four Minutes speak semble in an examination required to a,'
Kissing usually starts off with a positive and a negative, man with every promise of wealth deceased husband, which room fn
4 k : In their spare! time!. J I be shot at the completion of scholastic tests, and will also h
then merging into neutral. and political greatness ahead of -Pathfinder.0 will doubtless prove first two minutes of oratory rated on their education and bin
ex.th. him. It should cause us all to stop Whether one likes it or
-- ( ) That all holy men who an- ness training and experience
o and ponder as to who will be next. Carrying on a Noble Work plain as can be that women to their congregations that civil service commission Tb!

Highways are one of Florida's assets and parked vehicles -Macclenny Press. BegunGainesville Ing in more and more for Almighty is fighting with us be Inquiry among representative will mal lot\

h i constitute of its liabilities. -o- preferment. to interview Him
one per business and professional
pr ( Dallylaun. men ar
Suwannee River Press Association ) -o-
0t to Starke Which While the hand of death, which on the subject and find out. women concerning the experlenc
goes tonight. Just Some Old Man
t One of the great needs of the country-someone to reform means the organization meets in took from Florida one of its distinguished Who is dead? ( ) That each battleship cruis ability, and character of each aI;
destroyer submarine shall
the town In which Gene Matthews, sons in the person of Did you ever ask that plicant, and will assign rating
the reformers' perspective.
ha chairman of the Florida Railroad Senator E. M. Johns of Starke, has when you heard the tolling as excess baggage one or upon the evidence secured and up
o -- Commission, publishes the Brad- deprived this 'state .of a valuable church bell? stockholders in battleship on the work done in the examination

Candidates have faith and hope before election day ford County Telegraph. Editor J. public servant and outstanding citizen concerns. room.
; may And if you did, did you
( ) That the secret service be
C. Robinson will do the honors. there is some compensation in Nothing will be permitted to apear
but it's hard to be charitable afterward.One the answer:
< from the discovery of in the
the of his devoted evidence whit
Gainesville Sun. prospect wife upon
"Oh, It's some old man. t
o -oAs -- carrying on as he would have done Yes old I plots" every time some- ratings are,assigned which mlgeven
Just some man.
objection to bringing back real beer to this country a general thing the busy man had he lived: Even his name Is no ) turns on a light in the par suggest the political affllla
reads most. The fellow who has Ever'since the announcement a tlon of any candidate.
is the that would be resurrected. membered.
a ze songs few ( ) That paper manufacturers Full information
days that Mrs. and
) 1 little to do and plenty of time to ago Johns His face may or may not applies
---0--- would be "candidate In the com prohibited from entering the tlon blanks may be obtained at th
do It, as a rule reads very little. been familiar upon the
Some of the Intangible property subject to a state tax is His excuse Is that he has not time. ing Democratic'primary, to succeed the town he inhabited.He trade. post office for which the examina
her late husband in the ( ) That restaurant proprie- tlon is held, or from the Unit
about other intangibles. Many of the very busiest men of upper was just an old man!
in ; as flimsy as some
near concentration
,, : house of the camps be States Civil Service
[ etatelealsiature.there_ _. __ Commission
R the dav SDend an hour a dav in n Ahl! the irony of fate! from
u has been what amounts to unanimous having two menus- Washington, D. C.
: self Improvement, in the readingof It is not long since the for
a t'1L; Inverness Chronicle has discovered that sometimes a something foreign to their bus approval of her candidacy.And you bury today was young civilians, for soldiers.and one with high .

fr + 'j girl can break a date by going out with him. ness. The man with little to do, there for is good and sufficient bitious and just as ( ) That college professors be
reason this attitude because of I
e f never has any time for self Im- you are.
+ o the from delving into history BROOKERItll.
provement.-Kelllher (Minn.) Fo many years of training which He, too, then replying: "O that
t Florida had a bumper crop of nuts in 1931 and it looks rum. Mrs. Johns has had at Tallahasseeand old man." scoundrel the enemy was a low !-. Vvrn Gainer, Con

,t Ci like the 1932 crops of candidates will be heavy --o-- her Intimate knowledge of the The same old query ( ) That the, anyway.cause of the war
viewpoints a student
great of
The passing of State Senator same old answer. be clearly stated to the Mr. and Mrs Eugene Long an'
-0-- pea
public affairs. Senator Johns
Everett Markley Johns of Bradford wasa Generation after children who have been
the spendlni
+' Hoover is going to stick to his statement But man of high ideals and practical reduction of unemploy
guns, says brilliant "
county removes a "just some old man. and not disguised as "a some time here as guests of Mr
is f the voters will not furnish any more ammunition figure from state circles. The Ideas; these,are to be perpetuatedby Some day you too will be war to save civilization." and Mrs. O. G. Colson have returned
his capable
wife In
youthful senator was on the thres- case the old man." to their home in LouisianaMr.
are, of course:
o- voters of her senatorial district many more
hold of a long and useful public Just some old man. needed. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen an,
The idea of automobile control l send her' to J ssee. Butthese will suf-
: operating by remote Tallah
)an He of leaders
career. was one thq is It does not seem possible for a starter. We suggest daughter, Pauline, were visiting I li
+ to l"! must have been figured out by a back seat driver. In the constructive forces of the this a sentimental side to it? adoption by luncheon clubs, Lake Butler Thursday afternoon
political situation that is not
1031 legislature, and his friends, as It certainly can't be that circles, debating societies Mrs. William Btannen of Lak
-- '
th o without its weight. It would be
well as alt citizens who bave the the handsome, well dressed other cultural 'I Butler spent part of last week her
agencies, and
4,: i Lake Worth Herald says a Texan won the prize for a interest of the state at heart, regret highly fitting that a woman well fectly groomed, smart, transmission, with resolu : with her son. Mr R. W. Brannen

t : Democratic slogan. It was "I ee haw; we're coming back." his untimely death.-Lake fitted elected to to serve fill the her constituency A be 'ning cock-of-the-walk will be i'3'A urging their passage to Mr and Mrs. A. B. Crosby o
Worth vacancy. I
o Heral'0 senator at Tallahassee would some old man. .-Portland (Ore.) News. Jacksonville, are the proud parent
-- Well, we'll admit that it of a baby girl born January 12.
i In Now that the bridge tournament is over, the country can Down in Arkansas a man was fit In nicely with Florida's already seem probable and that --0- Rev/McGauley filled his regula

r. begin to wonder what Henry is going to turn out in a new tried; for assault and battery with well-known recognition of brilliant should make an exception In EXAMINATION appointment at China Grove las
womanhood, the sending of Mrs.
Intent to kill. The state producedas -
case. Sunday
? ;, Ford. Ruth Bryan Owen to the
iT evidence the used congress desiring to take teach ,
y weapons -a But the exception won't be Several of the farmers aroun
vjM o rail, a gun, saw and rifle. The defendants of the United States from the Nature is as exact as the in Bradford coun are very busy these days gettlm

; st When politics enter the schools, education of children is counsel exhibited as the fourth Thelma district Johns of of Starke Florida. Senator plication tables. report at court house in their Irish potatoes planted.Mr. .
h Y other man's weapons a scythe would be And providence has pretty February 4th, 1932, at 8 L. R. Gainey and daughterLois
I secondary Keep schools out of politics and politics out of a credit to"h!r native state. Be
blade pitchfork, pistol, dog razor !gone. out of the exception prepared with pen, Ink spent Sunday in Jacksonvlll)
42 schools. and hoe. After being out several D :ao netter mane up your legal cap paper.A. with his ,daughter, Mrs. A, B

-o ; hours the jury gave their verdict, Mrs.! Caraway, Senator some day you will be just J. GRIFFIS. Crosby.Extra .

of; ,' e Bridge experts disagree as badly over the proper way "We the jury would have" given a (Tampa Dally Times.) old man. -
dollar to the KelliherMinn.
see fight. "Oh but
Mrs. Hattie W Caraway, widowof It's so !
to raise partner's bid as other experts do raising Forum.Automobiles I
your over ( ) the former1! 'ITnlted States'Senator Yes, we know but we
nt children. -----o- '
Thaddeua Caraway, of Arkansas change it.
th o have been claimingthe has come in for another cllsinctlon. So when you hear the ,
taxes paid to the state represented bells tolling and ask: "
k Z Already serving as sena- you
d r City officials should devise some means of getting a about 84 per cent of the tor: In succession to her late husband It?" and the answer comes Extra !

; film of oil over the stagnant pools of water in the canal southof total.: Now the municipalitiesclaim by appointment from the; 'some old man" just say to

town. they pay 73: per cent. Some governor of:Arkansas. Mrs. Caravay -: self: "There's my funeral if
body should get a refund.: Brad was the first woman to really a few more years."

0- ford County Telegraph That become a member of the United Yes there it goes.

E n I Exchange quotes statistics to prove that women get 65 somebody will get the refund whena States senate. It Is true that Mrs.; See how they hurry! NEW\ FREE SERVICEIncreases

percent of the divorces, and adds they also get 100 percentof stop Is put to the feegrabblng Rebecca Latimer Felton was several They want to get the old
# system in vouge in every county in years ago appointed a senator' stored away as quickly as Power-Pep-Mileage
+ of the alimony. the mate of Florida.-Lake Wales from Georgia by the then governor: that they may go back to

Ia ? o News. Rather fee gratflng than of that state Thomas W. Hard- business and their pleasure.

yiti li ,I '' Hamilton county has a "dirt farmer" announcing for free grabbing.-Jacksonville Her- wick. But her senatorship was The casket Is! lowered. The .
governor ald. merely nominal, its duration being ister says "Dust to dust."
& He'll have hard time Spark Plugs Cleaned Free of
a getting accustomed to the red for a time when the congress was It's all over and the Charge

clay i in Tallahassee. Until the taxpayers think they not in session, except for a short scrambles home again.

cg'o are ready to shoulder the tax bills time one day when Senator Walter "Whom were they 'With Every Crank Case Drain
L now paid by the railroads they F. George withheld his credentials day?" you ask, as you
e. i To keep the thirteen Democrats in the governor's race should give some thought to the so that, she might appear upon the empty hearse returning.

s e : ; from becoming lonely, Howey has decided to enter as the Republican needs of our railway lines.-Starke 'senate floor'as: a member,of that 0 some old man."
candidate. Telegraph. The bus and truck body Now Mrs Caraway Is the! When you hear that just The same cleaning method the governmentuses
a A lines too might think some along first woman ever to have been yourself: "Some day I'll be

o that line. They might be called elected ',t o'I lfiC,senate-Arkansas 'some old man'." on aeroplane spark plugs
I y in' Tampa Times says women may talk more than men but upon to pay some of the moneyto voters haying'named her for the Yes in spite of all the

most of them don't talk keep the state roads that the :remainder of. the unexpired term all the feathers you will be
as emphatically. But listens
mere man railroads have been In.- Atlasta Silica
"kicking Blast
tact she was filling. Even so, her ser- son and Walnut, is now In
just the same. Levy County Journal. Check up vice as senator Is more complimentary in Minnesota Mascot.

W 0-- on the amount of taxes the buses than otherwise. It being understood ---o---

From the I pay Into the coffers of the state that she will not tjp; a candidate Rules for the Conduct of the
i'' n. way candidates are coming out for governor I through the medium of the gas to succeed herself for a full War
s end ignoring other state offices, they must be afraid the legislature I tax and license and you will find term. It seems to have been Spark Plug

th will abolish some of them. that their tax bill is quite sizeablein Somehow the country: has beena by the bankruptcy minds

k relating to their investments. little slow,about having women erate the world. that the
o Don't lose sight of the fact that senators. Women members of the lution for present troubles is
T' News that Babe Ruth spurned offer of seventy thousandfor owners and operators of motor vehicles lower branch of the congress are other war." I Iu.

a season of baseball will cause many boys to reconsider are paying approximately __ __ __ __ ___ CleanerGive
eighty-two percent of the tax load.
on their intention of being president of this country. Jacksonville Herald. ; o. xocaoi IOC3OI

t 8pi' o -0-

cq' Prohibition officers will use 'sirens while chasing bootleggers There Is and has been a feeling
over the country that the Demo-
"' on Florida highways. If the revenoors are on their crats would win the coming election iPEANUT Your Motor a Chance

KS r toes, Florida will be nicknamed'---0 the siren of the states. because to nominate the Republicans Hoover. The intend ;p p Clean Plugs New Oil Care Free MilesSMITH'S

president Is not popular; he la not
b of
Sam his
uses big printing office to print some in strong within his own party and

Dc!. teresting and valuable pamphlets for benefit of the country, he has given an administrationthat

r'' ev according to Tallahassee Daily Democrat. Two of them would neither cement his own H SERVICE STATIONOpposite

\ n picked at random deal with,, "Suits for Small Boy," "Where I people friends of to the his country use nor any give cause to the for We will have a quantity of Extra Good S'oek"SATURDAY

Sheets Wear Out." rejoicing in his candidacy. The O Courthouse

ewwa fact seems to"be"the country has D ? p 9 STARKE
t grown to be tired of Hoover, tiredof o ;, FLORIDA
Minnesota paper in telling of Los Angeles county, Cali the time that his administrationhas '

t>; fornia spending eleven thousand dollars for a snow plow, says gone through, and they are COME LOOK-GET PRICES ,

? k4 "If this had been taking it out on the only vlalbletaraet Expert Repafring all .
w news published in a Fliorida paper we would . on makes of Cars
the .
president hlmnelf. With.
"rr ; discount it as competitive propaganda." Since
it didn't per out question much of this hard

y rs., *r } haps the Minnesota editor could tell us how long a CaliforniaLnowball time condition was beyond his o STORE SMITH'S GARAGE

1' nirc would last in Florida other power to save, and no doubt any E30IANDREWS 0o p
man would have had bard $
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