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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 29, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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BECALLED Route to Be Surveyed Ues! gineers engaged on previous sur- -- I
: Gainesville Jan. 24.-Modern
veys will be used. However, Yluntm hy the {'um.ml..lon AsP.-IA.Day
Between IAwtey and Starke Woodmen of America, which Is on Uorlil'n Fair
IlrI should It be found that additional
I I i represented In this community by E.hlhltl: V
assistance la required, the situationwill Vr
'r rnor Belle\e No Necessity Jacksonville, Jan. 27.-A physical be handled by Col. L. V. Frazier I Camp No. 16339, will round out its Governor) r
a bw for Calling Extra: Sowslon survey of the proposed Gulf- district engineer, at Jackson 49th anniversary with an "open DeLand, Jan. 23.-The state- C'urlton. Urges Impor
Atlantic ship canal has been auth- ville. house" celebration Friday in honorto wide slogan contest sponsored by Lance Of Work Of

tit here will be no special session orized by the board of engineers, : Lowry Makes StatementCol. National Director W. E. Korns, the Florida Commission, World's Organization
the United States and work will chairman of the board of Modern Fair In
e Florida legislature called Army, Sumter 1. Lowry, Jr, presi- Chicago, 1933, has brought
;n governor Carlton this year to start on the project at once, according dent of the Chamber of Commerce, 1 Woodmen of America Mr. Korns Forth many an Idea but In most February"Parent-Teacher"17 has been designatedas
h lide additional funds for the to an interview which Con- last night described the announce- t Is scheduled to visit the local camp Instances the slogan have been day throughout
R. A Green had In next Friday night. too long and a number the country, and a national
ti e's schools, It was stated last gressman ment out of Washington as "one of too com- observance
Invitations have been sent out plex for of the affair has been p
with practical
9t Washington yesterday repre- the most important ever made in use The word
fnswcrlns recent requests for sentatives of the board. : the of Jacksonville." to the various camps In AIa chug, "depression" also in taboo, for by requested. Governor Doyle E. !
la city
special, session Governor Carl- Advice to this effect were received Ills statement follows :Marlon, Levy and Bradford counties the time of the Worlds Fair Is In Carlton In a statement calls attention ,
um [ : : to the event and said he I
hopedall
said he would not issue the by the Times-Union last "The physical Is the first Many members are also expected program the present economic condition ,
a survey Florida
cltl/cns
: would
as he believed the state hade night from its Washington corres- real evidence that the United from the Jacksonville will be a thing of the past, themselves < interest
all It could for the schools pondent, Robert M. Gates. i States government Is interested In camps to hear Mr. Korna. Inter The Miami Dally News believes and local In the work of the natIonal

e that what had been done was The Information also was con- this project to the extent of causIng est among local members la run that the slogan applied to the state Parent-Teacher organizations. 1

1 indent if the school boards use firmed last night in a long distance -,. its engineering department to ning high and many of the older by no less an authority than Dr To his statement
the
ioper management. telephone conversation Walter make the physical survey with the members are expected to attend. John Olive LaGurge. of National attached a brief governor
of
w' There has been a movement un- F. Coachman, Jr.. chairman of; necessary expense Involved to the Dr. Frederick F. Shannon, pastor Refreshments will be served following Geographic Society, "Florida, the National history the
7b way in many counties," heal the Florida State Canal Commission government."The of Central Church, Chicago, one ot the address. Fountain of Youth," Is most desire Teachers Congress of Parents and

Id, "to have the governor call a had with Col. J. Loving at chamber of commerce, America's noted churchmen, deliver The beginning of the organization able, as the paper captions Its editorial Parents and the Florida Congressof
c {clal session of the legislature Washington, resident member of through its river and harbor com- :.he Commencement Sermon at the dates back to the days when -"If We Must Have a Slogan ami Teachers. This historical
Mid-year graduation of the University summary states that
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u 1 the allotment for each the board of engineer for rivers Chester A. Arthur, as the successor .
raise
mittee and port bureau, with the
of Florida The national
31.
Sunday January
cc cher-unlt from $600 to $1000 aar. and harbors.Mr. financial apropriation and cooperation at 8 p. m.American. of the lamented James A. From H. F. Eckert, Bartcn,, Is ganized February congress 17, 1897 was, or-In h
a This cannot be done." Coachman also stated that of the city, through its Garfield occupied the presidential the suggestion:
Washington, D. C., by Mrs. AliceM.
he had been chair. The society has been an "Florida--a State Now Goodas
ng resolution requesting the ex- assured that workon council and commission, and with as .
and
Blrney Mrs.
up legislative session was passed the survey is to commence immediately the undivided support of the mayor eye witness of the bringing of the the Best-Eventually will be Hearts. The organization Phoebe A,

Aa ently by the Polk county schoolrd. It Is understood that the banks, the civic clubs of Legion telephone and telegraph systems Better than all the Rest. until there were 48 state branches grew
,
It deplored reduced collec- approximately $150,000 will b* ex- Jacksonville, and Jacksonville to a high degree of perfection; it Other slogans on file and for and the District of Columbia
and
9 Lna of automobile license tax pended on the survey, and that newspapers, has accomplished this saw the inauguration of the motor consideration by the Commission; Hawaii, with a total

it ney for the schools and suggestthat the money Is now available. triumph of co-ordination and co Promotes .SafetyThe age, and many other marvelous "Florida, the" Birthplace of Mod- of 1,011.203 In 22,000 units membership on April
' a portion of the gasoline Time required to complete the operation."The inventions. It: was a healthy ern America. 15, 1031.
from the road work will it Is said younster when the United States "ITlnHHn for Fruit Flsh Flora
a enue be diverted depend upon Chamber of Commerce Is The Florida branch '
partment to the schools. The the number of englners, geologistsand highly pleased that the project American Le'ions with Its declared war against Spain. Farms --F o kF ; Fashion:, ized March 11, 1021, In was Jacksonville organ-- ra
a said he had received simIr other government specialists this has Being the largest of all fraternal Fund, Friends""Florida
vernor sponsored by organization 11,000 posts throughout the coun- On April 15, 1931, there were ,
Insurance
l; requests from other counties.He assigned to the undertaking. reached such a successful position.It try, Is aiding In the welfares activities societies wlth..lnsurance of Far Flung Fame." 25,354 members in 400 units In the i
:a / recalled that the 1931 legls- Climaxes: Chamber's Efforts is hard for the average citizento of the nation. It'has made reaching the tremendous aggre- "Florida the Land of Flowers." state.
between $7- Authorization for the gate of one billion dollars, It has "Florida, a Haven of Bliss" 'fr
'e ture aproprlated survey realize the magnitude of this safety one of Its major'activities; I Objects of the local state and
a ]))0,000 and $7,500,000 a year fore comes as the climax of a movement undertaking, but Its economic val- not National safety but Individual I paid over 275,000 death claims The Tampa Tribune suggests: national organizations are '
schools and said a total of $1- started more than a year ago by ue to Jacksonville-its effect on safety in the home In the school I amounting to more than $470,000- "It's June In January In Florida", as: given ar
\ the state the Chamber of Commerce when 000, and at the present time la 147 The St. Petersburg Times be-
2,785.22 was paid by the future growth of this city and and particularly on the highwaysand "To promote child welfare in
i the county school units between the rivers and harbors committeeof the financial benefits to be derived streets of our land. Recent I per cent solvent, and maintains the leves that "Florida, Birthplace of home school, church and

nuary 1, 1931 and January 4 this that body was organized and Mr from its realization are most apparent estimates show that 100,000 per largest free sanltorlum In tho the Nation" has Its good points.If ; to raise the standards communIty of home-

ar. He said he was notified to- Coachman persuaded to take the to anyone who has given the sons were killed In the United world for the treatment of Its the million and a quarter life; to secure more adequate laws ,

liy that $$616,842.18 was ready for chairmanship. Imedlately upon matter even casual study."I States by all accidents in 1331: of members who become afflicted people of Florida will concentrateon for the care and protection of chile ,
listributlon from automobile 11-\ taking up his duties in that Important feel most optimistic over our which approximately 35,000 were with tuberculosis. Voluntary fin the appeal for a state-wlila.' slogan dren;

nse tag sales and that this mon- post, Mr. Coachman directed position and believe with the victims of the automobile. ancial relief extended to membersand and a thousand or so Ideas "Tu bring Into closer relation the
collections from the committee's efforts towardthe This their families In times of are subhltted, it Is very evident
v together with whole-hearted backing and supportof new Legion activity has home and the school that
lie one mill constitutional school obtaining of authorization of the people of Jacksonville and received the warm endorsement of flood, earthquake, fire and other that from the suggestions a slogan teachers cooperate parentsand Intel-

Ir itx and the interest on state funds, the survey. He was given wholehearted with the leadership of the Jacksonville all agencies devoted to accident calamities has exceeded $8,000,000. will be selected that will have the ligently In the may training of the child,
.
ould be appropriated to the couna I support by Chamber of Chamber of Commerce workon prevention and safety education. punch, the brevity and convey a and to develop between educators sty

/ systems within a few days. Commerce officials generally and the canal can actually be started Substantial evidence of this Is sup- Forestry Pictures real message of Florida's position : and the general public such united 'i

' "During the last three years," I also by the city government and and its final completion the mat- plied by the fact that the National In the sun. Mall suggestions on I efforts as will secure for every ,
Ihe governor said, "the state--and civic organizations.; ter of ony a few years" Bureau of Casualty and Surety Are Made Available post cards to Box 57, DeLand, child the highest advantages In

" |his includes the act of the 1931 I The route for the survey,"it was Underwriters in New York, In fur Florida. physical, mental, moral and spirItual e'
'glslature-provlded $5,000,000 in I announced, lies\ within the aiea*! be- therance of its conservation cam- Two trucks fully equipped with education"

tew money for the schools tween Route 7 and Route 8-A. COUNTY COURT paign, has furnished the Legion motion picture equipment are now FISYKK' RUMORS H.\SRLESHAs Summer health clinics to fit children -

"Thats year the state is sending Route 7 starts on the East Coastat with a comprehensive text book ready to take to the road for the for school In the fall and a 9

hack to the county schools between Cumberland Sound, runs west and guide. Under the title of Florida Forest Service, Harry Lee an answer to the wild rum- program of parent study have been f'

f 7,000.000 and $7,500,000, or more through the St. Mary's river, southof TAKES TWO DAYSTwo "Community Safety Activities for Baker, state forester, announced ors circulated freely In Starke by active projects of the Florida con- l'"r" l'\\
han half the rent operating of the Folkston, Georgia, through the American Legion Posts," the Bu- today These trucks are a part of Irresponsible people that the town gress since its organization

I chools. Okefenokee Swamy, to Ellavllle to reau has not only outlined what the forestry educational program was suffering from an epidemic of S 1

"This li more than Is being done St. Mark's, to Crooked River and the Legion might do In attackingthe which Is being conducted by the typhoid: fever, an Investigation by MALE 01- TAGS SLOW I

)>y any other state comparable with out at St. George's Sound. days were required to dispose serious problem, but suggestshow state board of forestry In order to Mayor Wall disclosed that there Is

"Iorlda. This Is as much as Flor- Route 8-A starts at Orange Park of cases during the January it may be done. bring to the attention of the citizens only one case of fever In Starke With Saturday as the deadline

Jida can hope to do, especially when just south of Jacksonville on the term of county judge's court this Every phase of the subject Is that our forest land consti- On this particular case physicians before the 25 percent penalty goes

Struggling to meet the ordinary East Coast, goes to Middleburg week and twelve cases were called clearly and definitely covered In tutes a valuable natural resource. of the town disagree, one statingthe Into effect, only about one-third of

running expenses of the govern- then just south of Lawtey through this attractive pamphlet of 38 The trucks are equipped In every fever to be typhoid and two remaining the cars and trucks of the county 1

mp-nt. New River, High Springs to Steph- up.Lewis Todd plead guilty of trespass pages, which Is now going to ev detail for showing motion pictures; physicians stating It Is have secured new tags for 1932 ,

In 1925: the state sent back to enville and out the Stcinhatchee after warning and was fined ery post in the United States. The they carry their own electric generating their opinion that it is the same the report Issued by C. A Futch,

I the county schools $566,774.34. To- river. Both of these routes and $1 and coats. situation in Industry, the home, the plants, screens, films and type; of fever many people are suf. tag agent, showing only 117 trucks f

day the state Is sending back between the area between them will be sur- Jerry and John Ward, charged school and the street. are all explained projectors. A new film, "Burnln' fering from at this time, distin and 308 cars licenses Issued to a
$7,000,000 and $7,500,000 a veyed. with after had with suggestions for programs Bill" made in Florida to portray The
trespass warning guished by Its ability to hold on Thursday night. exact number al
(year. To this extent the state has j their continued until the looking to improvement. local conditions in story form Is of license sold last
Goal of C. of C. cases and known as the "continued tags year ti-
(assumed the counties' burdens'of Authorization of the physical I I February term. Principal emphasis la laid on available as well as a news reel fever," was not available but unless there

J financing the schools. With proper survey has been the goal of the Raleigh Ward, carrying concealed street and highway accidents. LegIonnaires which demonstrates new firefighting Officials of the state board of IH a heavy Increase In licenses Issued :.
counties should advised to backof .
management the Jacksonville Chamber of Com- I weapons, case continued and In are get equipment.The health were In Starke Monday. to today and tomorrow, more
I to constructive of all trucks for
all legislation will be available
meet promptly payment
merce in a concerted movement default of $200 bond Is being heldin start a campaign to eliminate the than one-half of the auto ownersof
I teachers and be able to lower county kinds, to cooperate with the au- free showing throughout the state.
dating back to more than a year. county Jail. associa- mosquitoes, and their presence here the county will have to pay 23 i
school taxes. thorities and other civic Bookings have already been arranged -
In Its advocacy of a cross-state Henry Small, trespass; con- and the clinic being held at the percent more for their tag because i, ;
I "While the sale of automobile license tions in working out definite, scion- for appearances in the forest .
canal, the local trade body has tinued. of the delay.
I tags is behind last year at T tife traffic enforcement, to back fire control areas which are high school, gave rapid Impulse to
gone out and secured the endorse- Ernest Wilmot, shooting and .
i the rumors. Even: the water and
I this time yet the period for purchasing the schools In safety education and supervised by the Florida Forest
ment of many cities along the Gulf wounding dog; verdict not guilty. I milk supply of the town fxpeclsllalf Million
I tags was extended by law. to labor for Improved conditions In Service in cooperation with the was :
lit la expected that license tax Coast and In addition had! securedthe Henry Whittey, assault and battery homes. The Legion has under- landowners. Schools, turpentine brought under fire, those spreading From Race Season

I money will come in as usual before backing of associations powerful interestsIn ; verdict guilty, Sentenced to taken a great work and its efforts camps, and organizations of vari- the reports not stopping to con. 't' :

| the deadline, February 1." waterway throughout I six months will make life a little safer for ous types, Interested In schedulingthe Rider that If either one of these '
the country. Jack Williams, larceny of chickens us all. services of the trucks, should sources carried the germ, that 1 I Tampa, Jan. 20. -The Florida :.

| Trammel OpposedTo With the financial assistance of I ; verdict guilty. $25 and costsor -- .-- write to the Florida Forest Ser- there would be hundreds of cases Racing Commission, In a statement
the city of Jacksonville, which appropriated -: six months. AN01IIEK JAXO.V vice. Instead of perhaps only one. l Issued here today, estimated the

Federal Gas Tax $15,000 for the purpose, : Nathan Carter, alias Little Pa GETS; IN lt\CK In this connection, Dr. Morgan state's revenue from this season's "

the Chamber employed the engi- I attempting to pass worthless Farmers district health officer of the state racing at $478,728, net after the 1.1.l .

Washington D. C., Jan 23.- neering firm of Hills & Youngberg check; verdict guilty. Three Co-Op to SaveMoney board of henlth, who was In Starke state's expenses have been paid. 'i
I Senator Park Trammell, of Flor- to make an economic survey to I months. T. S. Mart Chain Store Governor OIM.rator'l I On FertilizerThe Thursday conducting the clinic at The estimated revenue was. '"
Announce for
ida, today stated he was .emphatically demonstrate the need for such a John liege, larceny of dog; verdict the school, stated: based on business at the tracks ;.y+
canal. not during the early part of the season .
opposed to federal govern- guilty. "The Investigations of the water
ment imposing further taxes upon The physical survey will be con- Walter Clemona. passing worth- Jacksonville, Jan. 22.-T. S. farmers of the county were and milk supply and general and the commission said it t '

I the automobile, or upon gasoline. ducted for the purpose of determ- less check; verdict not guilty. Hart, of Jacksonvillechain, store called together last week by Mr. sanitary conditions are part of represented a minimum figure because .1- '
operator In the statel l la a candi- L. .T. Dyer, county agent, for the other tracks later.
Said the Senator: "In Florida, au- Ing the most feasible route betweenthe Tommy Lee, trespass after warn routine work, may open ,
tomobiles and gasoline are taxed two boundaries as Indicatedby ing; continued. date for the Democratic nomina- purpose of reorganizing the Bradford "There Is no reason to consider A summary of actual and estimated

i to the limit and It would, in my routes 7 and 8-A mentioned Eldra Glisson, trespass after tion for governor County Farmers Bureau. Several this situation as assuming alarm. 1} total gross Income at the ,'
above. .1 In his announcement, Hart said farmers met and held a very various tracks for the season follows
to Im- and
opinion, be a great injustice ; warning; plead guilty. $1.00 log proportions. Occasional cases j.
he had no concern with controversies Interesting meeting.The : ;
pose additional burdens upon the Chamber Leaders Jubilant : costs. of typhoid are scattered throughout
of > with small and large coun- following officers were Clay County Kennel Club $46- :
nature e
automobile owners Ita the >
additional federal taxes. I will Chamber of Commerce leaders ties or between north, south or elected for 1932: Mr. D. W. Moore, the state all the time. 238.II(), r'

vigorously endeavor to defeat last night were jubilant over the Hope Abandoned west Florida, since he la a prop- president; Mr. A. L. Thomas, vice- "The Important thing I Is to take St. Petersburg Kennel Club $20,- "
such proposal. any announcement and described it as Hy Brown For U. S.Poslallncrease. erty owner in small and large coun- president; and Mr. A. J. Griffis, the course of typhoid Inoculation 07244.Blscayne. i;I

the attainment of another Impor- ties In all sections of the state, and secretary-treasurer. An executive from your family physician every Kennel Club $63,739.46.

MOSQUITOVOHK STARTED tant objective of that body. pays taxes as such. committee went Into session and three years and be free of worry Gables Racing Association $69- .f {
The survey Is first to be made He pledged himself to a busi- considered bids on fertilizer prices. "The clinic being held at the 515 OO

Under direction of Major Fred for a ship canal, after which a Washington, Jan. 22-The post- ness administration to wipe out Some of the companies had representatives school by the state board of healthIs Miami Jockey Club $$232,110. 1
survey for a barge canal will be office department haa given up "the growing and wasteful Ineffi- present while others West Flagler Amusement Com- \
Safay of the state board of health, merely the continuance of the "f
city health officials started their made. I hope for obtaining postal rate Increases ciency negligence and utter disre- mailed In their prices. After very general school work that Is done pany 4568000.
Under provisions of the bill as part of the admlnlatra- careful consideration of these
of the welfare Miami Beach Kennel Club $45,
gard public by professional -
I
of mos annually to help the public by
campaign to rid the town pre i "
which Representative Green statedhe ; tlon'a method of reducing the politicians."It prices, the committee decided to 68000 '
quitoes Monday some 200 gallonsof venting typhoid, smallpox and
Introduced and had passed dur- treasury deficit. would not be a difficult give the business to the lowest and I I t Total $523.93500
oil being dumped on pools of ing the last session of congress, I F. A. Tllton, assistant postmaster problem," he said, "to restore prosperity best bidder. diphtheria. Less general disbursements $..:S,-
water in the drainage canal from providing for the survey, full surveying I general in charge of fiscal affairs in Florida If.we applied the This farmers cooperative can 210.00. t
where state road 48 crosses it and latitude Is the boardof said today the matter was "a 9
given I same principles ,to governmentwhich save the people of the county con- Candidates Net estimated earnings for en-
down Its length south cf town. The army engineers. I dead Issue" so far as the postoffIce we apply to business. siderable money on seeds and fer- {With The I tire meets 47872500. 4

old clay pit and other places where The act provided for a waterway : department was concerned. Hart said he had never been a tilizers, and It Is to the advantageof The state's revenue at tracks la 4i
water was found standing was cov- the Intra-coastal water- I Postmaster General Brown has '
connecting public office holder' nor a candi- every farmer to take advantage derived from three sources.
ered with the oil film and will be way of the Atlantic with the Intra- 'recommended to congress that date for public office. of it and become a member. Marking the first candidate to Florida gets 10 per cent on all 1 "

regularly treated here after until coastal waterway of the Gulf of rates on non-local first class mall announce for a county office, II. B. admission charges, with a minimum

the nuisance Is abated.: Mexico. All feasible routes may be be Increased from 2 to 3 cents and Winter Park Formal corner- Lake Wales Mountain Lake Wiggins announces In this Issue for of 10 cents per ticket; 3 percent 'G"

The health official asked that surveyed by the engineers. Several that the 1921 war measure rates stone laying exercises held at Annie Groves, Inc., formed and took over superintendent of schools Mr. from all mutuel wagers, and

citizens co-operate by being more routes were proposed In the bills be resumed on bulk second class Russell Theatre Rollins Col- 1.000 acres of citrus ,owned by Wiggins has served this capacity; a license fee from track attaches.
careful In disposing of tin cans and considered at that time. It Is not matter. lege, costing in excess of $100,000. Mountain Lake Corporation lying before and Is well known throughout .
to not allow water to stand about yet known whether additional engineers Opposition has arisen on capitol the county. Punta Gorda-Work being rush '.

the premises. Cutting of weeds will be needed or not but hill to the proposed Increases and Fort Pierce Building permits east of Singing Tower road. ed on second nine holes of Punta

was also suggested as a help In the opinion of the board of engineers approval of the legislation was Issued here during 1931 total $52- Inverness Calerie Theatre re Ocala Building and repairs dur- Gorda Country Club's 18-hole golf
eliminating the mosquitoes. seemed to be that the en- considered unlikely 060. opened. I''IDe 1931 totaled 46270. course. '





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the people by the people, for the were delighted to have withus I "Now then: Cleo", sa'd! the
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1i )CI) J3. H. S. will hold its annual people, shall not perish from the .1--------, ,. .<- last Thursday in chapel the two teacher "I want to eet you a little Gainesville Jan 24. Leal
y earth.-Abraham Lincoln. evangelists, Mr. Lakin and Mr. problem Suppose there were five Bryant, 40 of of Worn
stunt night tonight January 29, Why I Think A College/ Education years age
? t ; 1932 at the high school auditorium. ( ITiIE I\ THE FRESHMEN e CLASS WorthwhileOur Walker Mr. Lakin brought out children and their mother had only Ington Springs died shortly aft,
A large crowd is expected to at- some good points that we should four potatoes to share between six o'clock last night at 226 Sout)
b lh tend because everybody knows off knowledge of a college edu- remember, and put Into practice. them. She wants to give each childan Pleasant street, following an i ti:
Talk about a class of "cats"But cation Is limited, but we think Everyone took part in the singing
the good performance and snappy very equal share. How would she ness of several months.
U.1 entertainment offered on these occasions. the freshmen must be addressed It worth one's time, if he baa the with Mr. Walker leading. We are do It?" Funeral services will be held th

s as "rats"Tbey opportunity to get at least four looking forward to another visit "Mash the potatoes," answered afternoon at Worthington Spring
t This year's stunt night will surpass : laugh and talk and sing and years of college training.Life from these gentlemen. Cleo. Arrangements are in charge of tl
all others in variety. style and playIn is just one preparation after S Thomas Undertaking Company
f perfect performance. School tal- every lesson of the day. another; grammar prepares us for REPORT OF FRESHMAN CLASS Ben: "Yesterday. I fell over fifty Deceased 'Is survived by a wit!
ent will be displayed to the best of high school|, high school, for col- feet." and three children.
Sometimes the teacher gets awful lege;' college' for the vocation that Ortho: "Goodness! Were
2 the pupils' abilities and both old The freshmen class held a class you
and new faces will be seen. mad, we are to pursue and the life we meeting-and the following officers hurt?" 0--._._._. I .. "'- _
And makes the students think he'sbad are to live; and last all these pre- Ben: "No. I
) ; AU details for advertising the were elected: was Just walking
k show have been in the hands of pare us for our death which with President-Alma Thornton. through a crowded street car." Say it with Flower

i, ',- in the students who hope to be paid But not a "rat" gives him a look certainty comes to everyone In the Vice-president-Dorothy Sapp. _._.- -... .
f' for their work by a large attend- 'Till he gets out his demerit book. end.In Secretary-Charles Pender Miss Myrtice: "Herbert can you
ance. high school our minds are Treasurer Frances Heming tell me one o( the uses of cowhide Flowers For All
-. GETTYSBURG ADDRESS Then with faces long and oh, so trained to take in knowledge and ?" '.
I'\ B. II. S. CAGERS BOW TO sad put It Into use but what we learn way.Class Reporter-Jack Bradley. Herbert: "Yes, ma'am. It keeps OccasionsGERTRUDE

MACCLENNY HIGH IS TO 11 Fourscore and seven years ago They turn to good from very bad. about a subject in high school helps.. Assistant l reporter-Blake Jack- the cow together." -.-.- -...... .. ..,-,....
our fathers brought forth on this Mr. Lovell did you give me some? us to determine the college course son"
,I i i (By Gordon Wadsworth.) occasion a new nation, conceived That wasn't me that was chewing and vocation that we are to pur- I S. R.: "Is your brother wealthy?" GODBEY
C Through the cries and cheers of in liberty, and dedicated to the gum. sue. The high school education IFS OF THE FRESHMEN CLASS Eldredge: "He's worth a thousand -
'
(: a large crowd of spectators the proposition that all men are created -Donald.... McRae. touches on almost all of the sub- dollars in Arizona." ANDERSON

strong and determined Macclenny equal. jects that are taught In college but What would happen if: 'I S. R.: "How s01"I I Phone 39 Waldo, Fla
t high school basketball team marched Now that we are engaged in a CAMPUS COMMENTS does not deal with any one of themIn Dorothy Smith couldn't giggle? Eldredge: "That's what the sher-
3 to victory, but not until after a great civil war, testing whether its deper parts or its anatomy.In Tommy Cason wasn't "read- ,iff offered for him dead or alive."
( ? bard and tireless fight. that nation, or any nation' so conceived Louise Edwards went to Gainesville college we learn what we studied headed 1"Frances .
-E Our boys offered strong resistance and so dedicated can long I Wednesday night. about in high school; we pry Hemingway didn't have Madison W. L. Tooke purchased -
., \k from start to finish and did endure. We are not on a great into the innermost recesses of the such a big mouth? tract of land and building on DR. ... W. MARTINDENTIST
d t r not allow their opponents to score battlefield of that war. W. have Melba and Cleo motored to Lake subject. In college we have a Mr. Lovell didn't threaten to give corner of Range and Rutledge
t ? I, Until the'second quarter, and this come to dedicate a portion of that Butler Sunday afternoon. Also the chance to"vfew the subject In its demerits every time we have streets from Miss Nonie Edmond-

t ( t k they did with one free shot and a field as a final resting place for state farm and Raiford. practical use and its Importance to court, (English) ? ,son, ,for future building site. rhon 98 Rears: 9 to 6\
( goal. At the half B. H. E. was leading those who here gave their lives mankind. Charles Fender didn't agree over
by three points. Macclenny that that nation might live. It is Ralph went to Jacksonville Sun The college education Is the prac- the sentence given him in court? Ormond Beach Hotel Ormond Over Corpeninga Drug Store

;, Oi cam back at the half and scored I altogether fitting and proper that ,day. tical education while the high Some of the girls left their compacts opened for season.
i r eight points while our boys scored we should do this. school education is the educationof at home? .
,, in i only five. But in a large sense, we can- Patsy has been absent several the form of the subjects and the Mrs. Hudson didn't give demeritsthe
) r5 At the end of the fourth quarter not consecrate, we cannot hallow, days on account of sickness, and fields opened by each. first thing in the morning? WCXT1C BTO i:HE; A M B IT IOUS

+ the score was 11-11, so the game this ground. The brave men, living we are all glad to have her back. Some great students of economics -, Mrs. Maynard gave us a short we make three-year loans to thojecf satisfactory
1 proceeded an extra five minutes, and dead who struggled here have have estimated that a four-' algebra lesson?
V and this accounted for the loss, consecrated It far above our poor Lester Price went to Jacksonville year college education Is worth ap- Mrs. Alderman failed to move reputation want a complete training at theWrite

Bt ,, for Macclenny scored two free power to add or detract. The world Sunday. proximately sixty to a hundred the desks in her room every day? I(1. I
ar + shots will little note nor long remember thousand dollars to the person who 4-
I a Strickland was the blgh scorer what we say here, but it can never "Bee" Miner has returned to has it and can put it to beneficialuse. Surely you can't miss the great fort>ariigular Bank r ,lox 664Macon.0a.
{, of the game, but he was followed forget what they did here. It is Lawtey. We hope that she will Each additional four years prima donna, Miss Evelyn Stump.
4i a' closely by Cox. All of the boys for ua, the living, rather, to be soon be back. may add that much more and a I
of displayed excellent playing and dedicated here to the unfinished person may reach the position
;l y carried out passing and teamwork! work which they who fought here Victor motored to Kingsley Lake when the above named amounts
very efficiently. have thus far so nobly advanced.It Saturday night will become his yearly Income.
Everyone!: seemed to be well is rather for us to be here dedi- After reading these lines we
"a'' i a pleased with the game and we feel cated to the great task remaining See and hear the two great comedians hope that the reader will be con-
thdo r
A u t" confident that B. H. S. will attract before us-that from these honor Robinson and Sternberg at vinced that gradutes from high
s much attention in the Central ed dead we take increased devotion Stunt Night. school would not be wasting their
Florida Basketball Tournament, ; that we here highly resolve i time if they received an education
; which is to be held at Gainesville that these dead shall nor have The famous dancer, Mills Miriam offered them by the colleges of our .
''t in died in vain that this nation un- Jacobs-see her Stunt Night. I :
February. ; country-provided they have an
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opportunity. ;
nY : H SCHOOL :
DAYS -- By DWIG AN AUTUMN SUNSETOne ;
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I' "1 1 ,
i' ru ; { afternoon late In the fall ]I _
was out walking. As this Is a very
pretty time of the year it is my -
delight to walk In the country. On _-- J-: /
this afternoon, I had been walking
1 for some time, noticing the last _
''c OECtaReS wild flowers, and thinking that
:
''r" W\ti/ l ,
l they would soon be killed by the
1i4 e
t.. A 'Rlcrt i
J \\E.R6" frost when the thought occurredto N
t RAGS! b
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a' bOf1. CwnRoa
AMONG v me that in spite of beauty everywhere -
'ATS t'HEJMe. I /4 1
-u there was a hint of sad
." sowG tt Sell .e 9 y ness. The flowers would soon be
r 'T 1b Me I 01' JUST Wtp.p1 killed by; the cold and the trees .
1M vaotwe lyNOWt would be bare. Suddenly, comingout .
wet
n. eNooO ? / of the thick growth of trees
T 1T EVeR It is a grand and glorious feeling to get out
h\c.E. uTrU- under which I had been walking. :I
"
'p
tWM '
Wt\ '
C 1fRE1 F lt
P 6dt let + the road with Ads
I saw one of the most beautiful on open Pennsylvania

/7 scenes I have ever beheld Trees vanced Sixes all around. Tramp down on

t q'codnN v everywhere had turned to rose and ... the accelerator have
1 SST/ gold; the earth was a solid carpetof your car go along at

$ Ori ((4PCiLQ leaves and sinking low In the \, 50-60 or 70 per with no thought of tire
;; west was the sun. It seemed as if
It was a great ball of fire. You trouble. No worry about your tires grip-

Q could scarcely see it through the ping in case of an emergency and talk

trees but it seemed to turn the about mileage, there's plenty in them.Don't .
leaves into fire. Overhead the sky;
'
on / was rose gradually shading Into
1, pink; above this was yellow and wait until your tires are worn to the

orange shading into orchid. Then danger point come in today and let us
h CO'Y gyp /V f % as the sun was sinking lower, birds make you the happiest and safest motoriston
began to sing in the distance; they
4 i.ast .-' ,.( / could scarcely bo heard. Several the road.

l .... ... 1 '/ # flew by staging, going to the trees
y for the night. Many kinds of Insects "
were'aleo singing and chirping Pennsylvania Tires

as if thy were bidding good- ti ax e '
r ,. .
night to the departing day. In the p e :': "'l'MJJ._ 'I: w., ', _' .:' : :"_ :-''::,
distance
could be heard the callingof
small boys and the lonly ringingof
cow bells. Then Just before the
sun faded 4 from view it became Courtesy Service Station
brighter and In a few seconds i It
disappeared. Twilight came and

went quickly. All sounds seemedto D. A. Montieth Prop. Phone 13
cease--night had come! Al ,
S-t : '* &vj the world! was wrapped In peace '
rT 3TS V i -
> and stillness. Starke Florida
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DAY, JANUARY 29. 1932

-- _.---- ---- ..---- .-. ,---. H BRADFORD__. ."'0' ,__ .COUNTY___ _TELJCORAFn., __ STAR_ .__ _KE_._FLORIDA. -- FAun T1TRED '
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And are attractive, but they do not rep- I
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Worst is Yet
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs to Come--. resent' the maximum of beauty and I NEW RIVER

,I ---- .. ------ ,. years efficiency.' of growth.That comes only after Mln IGii.l. SOJPPH, Cor. Services Sunday, January 31, as
-- follow. :
__ The city of Lo Angle- has only 10 a. m.
Sunday
', heath of Mr. Steve) Canon school J. M.
bout twenty percent of Its streets' Truby, (
sup
LIVE STATE line with trees. Limited funds The entire community was saddened 11 a. m.
[ NEWSTOLD I i Saturday morning when the Morning Worship sermon -
rrmke ]
I Impossible extensive' plantIng by the pastor.
news was spread of the death of
: t j I at public expense. Property Mr. Steve Caaon. lIe was an old 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor.
holders are therefore to "Our
urged Topic Church's Services for
and well respected citizen of Bradford -
plant In accord with a general plan. Christ. Leader, Dorothy Lamb.
and Union counties and was
RY OUR EXCHANGES Il Such a program not only Increasesthe respected by all who> knew him. 7:30: p. m. Evening worship, song 6i
attractiveness of the neighborhood and sermon.
__ Mr. Cason was one of the oldest
y --- -- -- _-.- ..- _
H' -- adds
but
material/ to
1jII prop- Prayer meeting Wednesday at
members of the New River Baptist! !
Live Oak-Thla city Is being con Miami They laughed when erty values. It is probably that Church. The body was laid to relit 7:30: p. m.
cred as a location for a branch newsboys' selling their papers at greater Increases In property values Sunday morning 11:00: o'clock A cordial invitation to all our
} Int of the Walker Fertilizer Co.. the beaches here today yelled.:! can be obtained by judicious in the New River cemetery the services extended to all. (
Q
Orlando according to announce- "Los Angeles has snow." Thev-- planting of trees than In any other, funeral services being conductedby ( 1
tnt made this week. The selec- the thousands of tourists and MI- i/ t r WILY. Trees put out by indlvldauls Rev. S. S. Proctor of Lake But TRAIN SCHKDUUG!:
not this city would mean an ad- amians out "sun-bathing" and kWF are more apt to be prized and given: ler. The interment was in charge -

lional payroll for Live Oak cltljDeFunlak swimming In the Atlantic-would good care than It planted by municipal of Wilson Funeral Parlors of Lake No. 11, southbound local 11:33a. :
hardly believe it until authorities. No man'stie : .
ns. they actually r rga3L City. m.
I read the papers. The temperature has no man's care. Such an. Among those who were business I No. 107, southbound/ limited 10-
Springs Prepara- ;was well up In the 70's throughoutthe opportunity for real estate improvement visitors in Starke Saturday after- 47 a. m.

\>ra! are being made at the teat I the day here. The average maximum II IIA. exists: in many com- noon were: Mr. and Mrs. J. L. No.3. southbound limited 7:3-1:

well near here to drill out the temperature here this winter ) / ,.. nunitles throughout the country. It John!! Mr. and Mrs. S. L Crews, a. m.
fncrete at the bottom of the has been 74.3. / is well to develop individual Initia
plug J
Rev. and Mrs. Butler and children No. 0, southbound limited 11:00:
[aft. Workmen declare this will tive. Messrs. O. W. and E. A. Sapp, Harry p. m.
completed during the coming Miami-One toothache Is bad It is possible to improve business and Harold Sapp. No. 191. southbound! limited 12-:
tele and that they will then know' enough, but think of needing the areas by planting with trees es- Mr. N G. Moody was business. 11 a. m.

oil is present in commercial dentist's service on 80,000. A 4,000 pecially If the streets are wide. visitor to Lake City one day last No. 12, northbound local 3:11: p.
Untltles at that level. pound whale-shark] or Rhlndon Ty f There is no reason why many business week.

phus captured In the sea near here sections of the future, particularly Mr. and Mrs. Sweat of Jackson- m.No.. 108, northbound limited 5:27p. :
I Tampa--Fifteen avowed Cotnunlst. this week had sixty rows of teeth. : 'MI ( in the smaller towns, ville were the guests of her parents I, m. ( ,
], ., two of them women, were Albert Pflucger, taxidermist who should not be made more attractive Rev and Mrs. Butler Sunday.Mr. No. 4, northbound limited 9:03p. :
Jail here, today pending a new In! mounting the huge fish, esti- : and more comfortable by the and Mrs. Burly Beasley of m.
lial, following conviction in crlmlil mated each row had approximately Judicious planting of trees. Think Lake City were' vl.nltlng her broth- No. 102, northbound limited 4:39: l

court late yesterday on 1,350 teeth. "As far as I couldsee what shaded plazas and nearby er-ln-lnw and sister, Mr. and Mrs.S. a L. m.
jittrges of assault to murder and ," Pflueger said, "each tooth commodious parking areas would N. Johns Sunday. VTumtett Branch t
: ,.)tln!!'. They- face maximum sen- was badly in need of dental atten-I Js mean to many communities? Minxes. Essie Sapp has been sick No. 101, out 7 a. m.
nee; of 21 years each, 20 years tion." .r for several days with the measles No. 102, In at 2:40: p. m.

ii the assault to murder count and Winter Park -- Virginia Inn formally but we are glad to report she la!! T. J. Griffin, Agent.
ie year for rioting. Fort Myers--A tarpon, weighing opened to public. able to be up again/ J k
115 pounds pounds was caught today .1 fI---w-Ift: '19+cia ,/ --- Cloning of Mali ,t'
I Qulncy--A pure white coon with In the upper Caloosahatcheeriver =---=- _:._ ._-_. ==-=- = -I South ;
ink eyes has been on display at by William Welse of New -- -.- -- ---- ._-, ---- --- Train No. 107, letters 10:20 a. m. "

lad Shaw's Sporting goods store York, from the yacht "Martha the time the robbery Is thought "Was I right four years ago Train No. 11, parcel post, 11 a. .
this week. The animal was Loulsee." to have been committed. I.
ore The fish made 11 jumps when in the name of economy and m.
liught In a steel trap near Vilaa From the the water and required efficiency I appealed for a political North
,me time ago by J. M. Griffin. 30 minutes to land, Mr. Weise reported :Miami Beach-A garage apart house-cleaning? Was I right when Train No. 12, parcel post 2:50: p.m. I,,1''
'hether or not this is the first Catching tarpon at this ment listed with him for sale became I told our citizens that a vote for .
I bias coon to be heard of in thisctlon time of the year is unusual but a "red-hot" bargain Just as two-party government was a vote Train No. 108, letters, S p. m. :J f'f'
Is not definitely known butIs veteran anglers said the unseason- Oliver P. Searing real estate dealer for their pocketbook 7 Was I wrong Night malls close at 6 p. m. 1i',
stated by the old timers that : ably warm weather was responsiblefor was on the way to show it to when I condemned continued Increase Starke & IV1I Brunch '

tie is the first knowledge they the fish remaining in,these wa- a prospective buyer. When SearIng in coat of state govern --- - -- .- -- .- -.--. Mall closes, 7:00: a. m. .
I id that such -an animal existed. ters Instead of going south. and the buyer reached the ment, with Its manifold t interlap-] ------- -- ---- Mall arrives 2:40 p. m. w

-- site, they found the building nearly ping and costly bureaus and commissions '

Tampa-Two score or more slot Tampa-Four men and four destroyed by fire, and the fire ? Was I wrong when I Itliie nun Schedule f'

Uchlnes seized in police raids women were held In the city jail sill burning. Deputies of SherIff asserted that the people were pay- Dally, effective Jan. 1. 1932. ';'I
vast their owners while other here tonight as suspects in a con- M. P. Lehman called by Miami ing for a needlessly large number Northbound--5:03: a. m., 9:19: a. 'j J

ores have been returned because fidence game ring which police be- Beach firemen, were salvaging a00gallon of circuit judges? Was I wrong m., 1:59: p. m., 4:50: p.m., 8:19: p.
fieir Is no city ordinance for their lieve was operated throughout the > whiskey distillery from when I warned that taxpayersneed m. wi ,

'izure. Police Chief A. Logan state. In a raid on their apartment the ruins. They said the fire expect only heavier burdens Southbound -0:34: a. m., 12:34: p.

lild today. Operators arrested police seized a number of fake probably started from an explosIon I from continued hide-bound selfishly ., 4:34: p. m., 7:34 p. m., 12:50: a. jlr.m. jlr.tJ
luring the raids $1 to of the still. r i
were finned stock applications and receipts and Searing and the partisan rule, cloaking under m. 1 1 4
Il5. Logan warned that as soon literature on such bogus syndicates owner said the property was rented the name of the Democratic party. Tickets and information at : ..
11 authority was given him to confiscate 'as the International Exchange, rep- and they did not know the location Do you relish paying increased license Good Teeth areS Smith's Service Station next to t
machines and other gamb- resented to be a $9,000,000 corpor- of the still In the building.No. for your automobile and sev- Courthouse. 'I i liI'J '
Ing devices raids would be reaum- ation; the Consolidated Turf Ex- arrests were made. en cents on every gallon of gas 'I:

J. change, listed as a $20,000,000 or- that you use? I'I'A)f
ganization, and other similar com- Miami-Abortice disturbances by "There is but one motive that EssentialNature Weak Wornout ,
Orlando-The mid-winter con- panies. approximately 400 stable hands at causes me to sacrifice my personal ; 'i
t-rence of the Florida department Hialeah Park race track who went business in a willingness to serve Nervous '

f the American Legion openedere West Palm Beach indications on strike when they were denied the public and that Is that I may. ; Gained. ;.f.
-Graphic
today with delegates from all of the privileges of sitting in the grandstand help put Florida onan efficient' endowed the human race
record-breaking Sixteen Pounds!
"Ctlons of the state in attendance. and padlock were quelled today economical basis." :
with tm>th. nut due to
good man, i
farming season that Is being experienced -I
hlld welfare entertainment of after a
policeman with faulty >
eterana in various hospitals in along the east store of aim fired his pistol at a negro who TALKS ON TREESDr. his predilection for soft foods him Only' Weighed' Ninety Pounds Whll A
lorida and community bettermentere Lake Okeechobee in the Evergladesare threatened him with largely lost his. heritage Rlgg She Started Baryon, ,,)1', ..
a pitchfork. \
In I>MU>,",, or pyorrhea rlulm' .* .
given published reports re-
the subjects which received Two stable hands a negro and a ( E. Porter Felt, Director the Thousands withIn I I.,
countless victim ouch Ineer .
ceived here from year
several towns of
''ilef consideration of the dele white Bartlett Tree the
boy. were placed In Hialeah Research Laboratories grip of
:ites. The speakers included the area. In the week of January city jail. A number of the others Stamford, Conn.) IncrpuMlng number suffering and III '

:ichard Paul of Boston, national tables 1 to 7 an even 200 carloads of vege- were ejected from the park by po- The way to rising property val- . health people
Ice commander; Frank Samuel of were shipped from eight sta- lice and deputies who had sent in ues Is lined with trees, well kept who gave up hope jot
I'ldlanapolia, assistant national ad- tions along the railroad in, the re a call for tear gas bombs. The trees. This Is the message of a ever being well "fv'
( itant: Emmet Safay, Jackson- gion. They consisted of 169 cars of affair started before the first race folder Issued by the Park Depart- Gums l hN'ome soft and flabby and again, have won I,
die, Florida departmental cotn- beans and 31 of peas, potatoes and of the day when John Machel, 17 ment of Los Angeles. The pri- cleave from the twth. The troth, health and I It

tan er, and Howard Rowton Pa- mixed vegetables. exercise boy was denied permissionto mary purpose is to promote more In turn beirome loosened In the strength through ,!.
Jaw, diseased"' and eventually coals' -I/
itka, state adjutant. ented the grandstand. About the general planting of street trees. It Sargon. Sufferers A 'J) /
out or have to bo removed. This -Ii' .
Pensacola-Three federal judges same time William Manuel, 40, emphasizes the fact that trees add marvel at Its
here tomorrow will hear oral to Ion In a real calamity. hut. In and thor- Mrt.J.H.Landers I
argu- negro stable hand, demanded and materially property values, especially peed
ment on a suit in which holdersof was refused admittance to space residential property. This iiiiiny C""C'It.' may lie avoided.Rlggn oughnens. Mrs. J. II. Landers, 28O

between $9,000,000 and $10,000- reserved along the railing by MI- Is easily seen by comparing. photo- a. Sunset Avenue, Atlanta, says: 1
000 worth of Everglades drainage ami Jockey Club officials for white graphs of streets lined with trees "Since taking Sargon my weight p9P
district bonds seek an order directing stable employes. They were ar- and those without. The man seeking has increased from 90 to 106 l i
Medicated' Tooth Powder I Is
payment of the obligations.The rested and held for investigation. a comfortable and pleasant n mediouted cleansing, It >ounda--a gain of 19 pound/ but !
suit was filed last spring by residence almost Invariably prefers powder. the most wonderful thing Is the Ir
IK to the taste
H. C. Rorick of Toledo Ohio and IIOWEV ISSUES STATEMENT well shaded property. This is as antiseptic pleasant new strength and energy it brought
and contain harmful
other bondholders of the true in the no drugs!! nor ,
against country as in the village me. I suffered with stomach
Injurious Ingredient. Its use
board of commissioners of the Howey-ln-the-Hllla, Fla., Jan. 25. or city. kerpn the teeth a glistening white trouble and could feel myself getting p
Everglades drainage district and --WillIam J. Howey has Issued the Some of the most beautiful cities the firm und lutulthy" and weaker every day. Sraother-
v the state board of trustees of the following statement: In the world such aa Paris!! and prevent gum pyorrheti.' log spells nearly frightened me_to t.
internal Improvement fund. Gover- "As a candidate for the office of Washington, have practically all death, and nervous, splitting head
nor Carlton and four members of governor, I can only reiterate whatI the streets planted with trees. Theyare . aches would last all day and night.
his cabinet are the defend not haphazard It.s the ended, ,
among said on the stump in every coun- plantings. A amazing way Sargon
ants. ty in the state during the campaign general plan has been followed and my troubles. My housework 'la a a ,
of 1928. If the warning the varieties planted are adaptedto The teat joy now and I feel like a different : {'(, ,

Quickly 'leachesMuddy Stuart--A reward of $1500 was sounded then was timely it is the conditions under which they "GOOD TEETH INSURANCE" woman. Sargon Pills keep my bow- :
SkinsDull offered by Insurance men today for abundantly more so at this momentof must grow. The most effective ela regulated perfectly; they are
Information leading to recovery of I unprecedented demoralization plantings in these cities have been ;,",. 18 just as wonderful an' Sargon. t r'''

;ordinary appearance vanish 21 pieces of jewelry reported stol- I and extravagance of our state growing fifty years or longer. It Profit by Mra. Landers' experience;
a j blemishes and defective featuresare en Tuesday from the apartmenthere 'ernment as tragic an gOV-1 is true that recently planted trees enjoy the sturdy health Siirgon can J

bewitching forgotten beauty under the Instantly lure of ren the of Z. A. Brittan, wealthy resident of the folly of one party -- RIGGSMedicated bring. Sold by Canova Pharmacy, 'n,'

dered. Beneficial In correctingtan of Atlantic City. A value of any state ever has been called upon! r, Starke. :f.'t' ,

,flabbiness. freckles wrinkles.GOURAUD' between $15,000 and $16,000 was to suffer. Every person who pays I 666 ,J,
placed on the missing gems. More taxes In Florida is acutely con- Tooth PowderSold 4

$ than $400 la cash was also taken. scious of these facts and if not .un'.11, TAtlLll'M: SIMM ,.,"'-- '":. .:!:..Jrrt -"' -- -
Authorities said they were search- they will be by the time all the i !lIS IJquld' or Tablet* ..... vranllr
and mm Calveera.llr, .kIM In Starke Dy Corpentng' Drug Store
m a
OCREAt1l ing for a man of dark complexion, various democratic candidates finIsh >...p'| VI. ami rftrrm* irmluiml for
possibly] a foreigner who was so- their charges of profllgack I Cold. Klgg<< Medicated Tooth Powder Co.) Orlando, KLu

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EVERGREEN BOA TDRAIN HAMPTON
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Mrs. Maggie Forsyth and chll The work on the school grounds -
Mr. Calvin Manning of Starke B. L. Duke and Will
Mr. G. W Harrell returned home Harris call
dren of Jacksonville ;
were visiting Is progressing nicely, making
her mother, Mrs. J. S. Rosier Fil- from Plant '.CJ)fly Saturday, where ready for the foundation of the was in this section Wednesday. on P. P. Dekle Thursday aft ,f

r i W. T. WEEKS CHAPTER BAPTIST W. M. S. MEETS day. he has been working.Mr. new school building, which will Miss Mattie Norman attendedthe noon.
E, E. Lee and family returned B. Y. P. U. program at Brooker Little Roxy Dukes is
J TO MEET Cheathem Peele of Ft. Banning, add another Improvement to our 8 wrerlr
The business and program meet. Ga., who was called home Fridayto Saturday from Plant City Wednesday night. with an attack of whooping COUP.!

The W. T. Weeks Chapter of the ing of the Baptist W. M. S. was attend the funeral of his cousin, where they have been since Christ- town.Mr.. and Mrs. M. L. Wattersonand Mr. Rhue McKinney of Lake We trust the little one win .

U. D. C., will meet Wednesday af- held In the church Monday afternoon Mrs. Walter Lee, is spending the mas.Mr. children were sight-seeing 1n Wales is visiting his parents here be restored to health.

ternoon at 3:30: o'clock at the homeof with an unusually large at. week-end here with relatives.B. and Mrs. K. L. Griffls visit- Jacksonville last Sunday. for a while. Friends of Mrs. D. J. 0 Gr.i
Mrs. O. C. White Hostesses tendance. The ed Mr. and Mrs. Dixon Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts, Jake will be pleased to learn
are meeting was open E. and J. Q. Rosier and Everett Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Duiden andA. < she k pt
i Mrs. White Misses Olive and ed with a song followed by scrip. Futch were visitors to Jacksonville Miss Pauline Prevatt visited A. Durden were vlatlng In Jacksonville Roberta Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith, recovered from her recent iiine,
Amelia Ray. ture reading and prayer. Saturday.Mrs. :Miss Marie Tlson Sunday. last Sunday. Mr. Billy McEver and Mr. Jim and is able to be out again.O. .

Mrs. J. H. Pitts, leader of Circle J. S. Rosier spent Thurs The people of this neighborhood Mrs. P. B. Hunt and Mrs. W. J. Graves attended an oyster supperat P. Dekle was transactltl

METHODIST W. M. S. No. 1, led the program, the day of last week with her have been attending services 'at Root were visiting in Gainesvillethis Hampton Friday evening given business in Lake Butler Friday I

CIRCLES TO MEET subject being "The Church of To daughter Mrs. J. M. Rosier at the court house regularly for' the week. by the Masonic Lodge.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Parrish vrj

morrow." Those taking part were Woodlawn.Mrs. past two weeks. I Rev. McGauley of Brooker Clifton Brown was a busi- caled to the bedside of their daut:I

The circles of the W. M. S. of Mrs. E. C. Priest, Mrs. R. A. Flossie Rosier was visiting Mrs. Cora Rhoden spent Sunday' preached at the First Baptist ness visitor to Starke Wednesday. I ter-in-law, Mrs. Julius Pan \:

the Methodist church will meet Thomas, Mrs. W. M. Mundy, Jr., Mrs. E. W. Wilkinson In Lake Butler with Mrs. C. Glisson. church here last Sunday morningand Messrs. Minnon Starling, Willis Thursday.. Mrs. Parrish's COM

Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. Mrs. Alice Langford and Mrs. W Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Andrews vis- evening.Mr. Broughton, Fred Johnson, Roy tion is reported critical. This w

The Harriet Peek Circle will be J. Epperson.The Mr. and Mrs. Delbcrt Sapp and ited Mr. Spencer Saturday. and Mrs. J. L. Cooke and Starling and Claude Starling were tlmable family have only recent,

: entertained by Mrs. J. H. Ritch and business session then followed children of Hawthorn were visiting Alva Coleman spent Sunday with daughter. Gene of Gainesville. in Chiefland Saturday.Mr. moved from our vicinity and ha\I\

Mrs. R. A. Weeks at the former's presided over by the president, his sister Mrs. William Morgan :Mr. and Mrs. Carl Andrews. spent the week-end with Mrs. and Mrs Clifton Brown, many warm friends here who i

home. The Noble White Circle will Mrs. A. M. Darby. The three circle Friday.;; Herman eespent Sunday after Cooke's mother, Mrs. L. G. Johns. daughter Marian and Miss Mattie gret to learn of her Illness L

met at the home of Mrs. W. E Mid- leaders made splendid reports Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier were noon at Miss Susie Allen's home. Mrs. W. P. Blrt and children, Norman and Era Smith were vis- Miss Gladys Duke spent WednJ

dleton. on personal service giving an idea Visitors to Lake Butler Saturday I Miss Florrie Belle and Marvin, iting in Lawtey Tuesday. day night with her uncle, :Mr Tu

. w .- of the wonderful work done by the Inez Rosier was the guest of her were the guests of C. A. Blrt and Miss Leola Foes of Brooker.- Dowling.Mr. .

DON A MJSON-GILL W. M. S. here at home. cousin Louise Rosier Sunday.Mr. SAMPSON CITY children last Sunday. spent the weekendWith her parents ; I and Mrs. Robert Green! haJ,

The president made the following and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and A. B. Surrency of Brooker has ,recently moved to the Era Mrs. Fay Prescott Gill appointments. Sunbeam leader Ml. Mr. Ed Ward of Lake Wales was farm.J. .
children were visitors to Jacksonville IX.rothy Smith. 'or. recently been a visitor here.

announces the marriage Mrs. A. J. Thomas; Counsellor Sunday afternoon. --,- -- --------- The oyster supper that was givenat here Sunday. M. Dukes was a visitor i|
of her
\ daughter for the Intermediate G. A.'s, Mrs Those attending the funeral of the city hall last Friday evening Miss Mattie Norman spent the Lake Butler Tuesday.

. Florences Elizabethto W M. Mundy, Jr.; Counsellor for Mrs. Walter Lee, which was held Mr. F. P. Jones'of Fort Pierce, for the Masons and Eastern week-end with her parents at Van- Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. M. P Del

e the Junior G. A.'s, Mrs. P. M. Bare at the old Evergreen cemetery Friday visited his mother, Mrs. Sarah Star eligibles was a marked suc- derbilt. were supper guests of Mr and Mil
W. H. Donaldson foot. The offering: for the after- Jones Sunday and Monday. Mr. Duffle Abernathy of Willis. P. P. Dekle Thursday
were:: Mrs. J. S. Rosier, B. E. cess. Oysters, pie and everythingelse
of Jacksonville Fla.
Mrs. Agnes Brown and two children ton has
noon amounted to $2.70. returned to spend a few Ben F. Gainey
Rosier Mr. and Mrs. Everett that a good supper calls for, was shopping i.
January 27, 1032 of Fblkston, Ga., spent two weeks with his
parents here. Lake Butler
Futch Mr. and :Mrs. R. S. Rosier was served abundantly after which r Friday.
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Mr. and Mrs. Donaldson will
pl reside days with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. .
STARKE WELFARE Mrs. Willie Butler UrJ
Mr.
at 6424 Sunset Drive. Jacksonville and children, Charlie and Russell interesting discussions were en and
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: l Fla.1< ASSOCIATIONThe Redding, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rosier recently.Mrs. joyed. Rev. J. B. Ackley, Rev. Mc- Dana L. Duke and Miss GladJ\

., .. .. and children, Mr. and Mrs. Cohen Truby Brown and children Gauley of Brooker Rev. Smith of MILLER Duke visited Mr, and :Mrs. P 1 li
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members and those interested t in I and children, Mr. and Mrs. sorry see Starke. made able speeches.A Mr. and Mrs. Dana L. Duke werl
W. M. S. HAVE SI'ENti )
y the welfare of our town, please re Frank Crews Mr. and Mrs. Wil There wlp be services every comic reading was given by shopping In Lake Butler, Saturda\j
i THE-DAV PARTY
night this'week Rev. E. G. Friends of Mr. Leslie Bryant will Miss
i j new their membership on MondayFebruary liam Morgan. by Rev. F. M. Taylor, "How a Young Josephine Blume was thl
Mr. and Mrs. N. Smith. Everyone Is cordially Invited Man Got His Sweetheart regret to hear of his death which dinner guest of Mrs. L. P Dek
t Circle No. 1 of 1st. The small amount of R. Traylor of to Believe -
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Baptist to'attend. occurred last Friday night at 12 I
e $1.00 will enroll you as a member Maxvllle were visiting B. E. RosIer in Masonry." The entire Saturday.
M. 8. had
a spend the day partyat o'clock in the
Mrs. T.E. Oldham and Mrs. Leslie Gainesville hospital Mrs.
and help to relieve suffering In the and mother Friday. % house was in an uproar several I Amanda Parrish and daugt
the home of Mrs. J. D. Goodman
after
+ community. A full report of the Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Peele and Oldham of Jacksonville were times during the reading. He has a long illness. His remains ters, were guests Friday of ttl

ze ,ij r s n Roses Thursday and other flowers year' work will be published next children were the guests of Mr. visitors }herof: '\Saturday.', received many'compliments from were laid to rest in the Olustee Misses Blume.R. I
garden Mr. and "iflra.\ R. H. Smith Mr. the hearers cemetery. He leaves to mourn his E. Fairish and Russell Pail
11 week. The society has worked and Mrs. R. S. Rosier Sunday. : since giving them the
,r r' the were home attractively for ails arranged pleasant affair about hard the past year and much good and Mrs; CA.:'' Smith and Mr. and treat. loss a wife, Mrs. Pearl Bryant and rish were visiting In Brooker Surl

s' y f' At noon a covered dish luncheon has been accomplished. We need Mrs. Eldridge of Auburn N. Y., One verse of America was sung two daughter and one son two day. f

"t j was enjoyed. The day was funds to carry on our work, so let who is spending the winter in Hawthorn by the audience, and they were dismissed uncles, Mr. D. L. Clyatt and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Green wer|
spentin BOOTSEY'S BEACH wire and I Herbert Clyatt of our section and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie !
us be prompt in paying our dues to visiting Kirby Hogan until February 22nd when Par
quilting a quilt, which Is to be
one aunt, Mrs. Nora Dubose of
; 1, presented to the pasto-turn. About the treasurer, Mrs. C. A. Futch... L. CifiMliliiw. ('''r. Smith Sunday.Mr. ., they agreed to have a basket picnic Tampa. rish Sunday. I
, twenty-five ladles were present. Donations of clothing and food are F. E. Heaton was a business and offer the Masonic fraternity Ben F. Gainey and O. P. Dekl

k f ; I -.- always acecptable. here Tuesday.We another treat. Those from out Card of Thanks were transacting business In Lakl

''Y" ELECTION OF OFFICERS OF Mrs. G. P. Raymond, The'many friends of Mrs. Walter had a good rain Wednesday. [of town who enjoyed this delightful We all wish to thank the good Butler Monday.Mrs. 1
Lee were shocked last Thursday I,affair people for their earnest L. P. Dekle visited relative
President. were: C. B. and Perman Rob- prayers !
BROKER m. __ _ -
4 P.-T. A. morning when they heard of her I ens, Mrs. c. B. Roberta, Rev. and and kindness through the illness in Lake Butler Monday.BROOKER.

P C ,' f Patrons of RESOLUTION OF WOMAN'S: death which occurred at the home Mrs. Smith of Graham, and Rev. and death of our dear husband and .
the Brooker
school of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Heilbronn father, and we especially thank the
r: f L; are requested to be the CLUB ON THE DEATH OFEVKUETT SpringsMI. and Mrs. McGauley of Brooker, Mr.
present at
Rosier at Woodlawn. Her passing doctors and nurses at the
A. J. Thomas of Starke, and Mrs. hospital
MARKLEV JOINSWhereas
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; P.-T. A. meeting February 4th, as Thrlnt Ithoden, Cor.
q for their
away from this earth has been a Ward of Gainesville. kind treatment, for every
this is the date set for the annual great loss, but we hope it Is God's Mr. S. B. Cason of New medical attention was given but .
h' is election of officers for the It has pleased the Supreme River ? Miss Vera a.....,. Cor.
fi it y school Nominations coming Judge of the universe to remove eternal gain. Edna as she was The dance given at Miss RubyGreen's was burled at New River last Sun- God saw fit to call him home.
year. will be from known to us all, was always so day morning. Mr. Cason Mrs. Pearl Bryant
was a
? our midst one of our Friday night was enjoyedby
from the
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f and voting by open honored citizens and attorneys, and kind, so friendly so loving and all who'attended. brother of Mrs. J. B. Kennard and and children. I P. A. Crosby and son Lyon an I

t ballot. The. annual report of the one of the state's most able lawmakers true, and to know her was to love Mr Johnny, Coward Misses Lo- Mrs. O. Haynes of our town, and Friends of little Raiford Brooks Mrs. A. L. Crosby were tranaac'j:

..11;? tg, secretary and treasurer will bet Everett Markley Johns, her. She always was ready to do rene and Pauline Green Misses was a resident of Bradford countyat will be glad to know he is ImprovIng lag business In Starke Friday.

;: given at this meeting. husband of Thelma Elizabeth her part at home or In her church, Mildred and' Genevivie Sanders mo- one time. He has many friends and.hope he will ,soon be well The Seaboard Railroad's carper

'a f. p 4 i Leola B..Fogg, President. Johns, a beloved member of the of which she was a faithful member tored to Gainesville! Sunday after and relatives In both Bradford and again. tel's are building a cucumber packing
Woman's Club of Starke. in the Evergreen Baptist Union counties who were shocked Mr. H. G. Crawford of our section shed for the Manhattan Fr'

, Oi d ) TOMLINSON-KEENE We, the undersigned. In behalf of church. Her life was a short one noon.Mr.. Jack ,Edwards and Mr. Roy to learn of his death. Those attending shipped two crates of straw duce Company of Brooklyn, N. ,
; said club submit the making her stay upon this earth the funeral services from berries last Monday.Mr. T. W. Markey who has been I if
, f1 1 in, Mr. L. C. Tomlinson and Miss resolutions: following 19 years, yet her life was a happyone Carter of Starke, were the guestsof J Hampton were: Mr. and Mrs. O. and Mrs. Leslie Waters and the naval hospital at Pensacola f
Miss Lorene and
i. > Mae Keene were married Sunday Resolved that In the death of and we l know she has gone to Josephine, Haynes Mrs. J. B. Kennard, Mr. children spent the day with Mr. the past few days, has returned i|
Green '
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. night January 24, at the home of Senator Everett Sunday evening. and Mrs. L. H. Futch and Mr. and and Mrs. C. W. Carlisle last Sun- his home here.
Markley Johns rest.Quite Mrs. Ada Green of
F. C. Hollingsworth. Mr. Tomlin- a large crowd from here Jacksonville, those chute
Mrs. L. J. Wynn. Among attending
Starke has lost
y one of its most day.Mr.
'f 1 son Is employed at the Holltnga- citizens attended the funeral of Mrs. Walter spent Friday with Miss Ida Sweat. S- and Mrs. T. C. Crawford of at Rock church Sunday were: M|
I worth Dairy. N. D. Wainwrlght promising and one who Lee at last Mr. N. C.Mott and family spent Clearwater the Mr. arl
st was devoted to the welfare and Evergreen Friday. are proud parentsof and Mrs. H. P. Gainey,
Jr., justice of the peace perform- of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey of Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. F a ten pound boy which ,arrived Mrs. L. R. Gainey Elder E. N. Anderson |
prosperity the community. RISINGMr
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6 ed the ceremony. Resolved Vanderbilt was visiting at the Lewis.l Jan. 23, 1932. Mr, and Mrs. G. W. Haze.

--*-, .. heartfelt that we extend our .home of Mr, L. M. Murrhee Sunday *. II. M. MrRac. Cow Mr: H. G. Crawford and Mr. C. The farmers around this sects'
sympathy to the bereaved
y i AMERICAN LEGION AND wife Thelma E. Johns, and famly afternoon. W. Carlisle made a business tripto are busy planting Irish potato'j'

AUXILIARY TO MEET Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thompsonand GREENWOOD Raiford last Monday. and picking strawberries.Extra .
0 (In their and i bereavement. Since Mr. Milton Crawford of Jack-

human consolation Is so weak and children and Miss Mamie MI,*'Y4ntni lrn* Prlncle. Cor. ponville spent last week here with 1-
The
American and Mrs. Norman
Legion and Aux Thompson Lacy
l powerless, we refer them to a higher relatives.
4 a iliary wll hold their regular meetIng and daughter Cleo, spent Sunday
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& > power for comfort, Mr. and )lrs. E. J. McRae and
Monday evening at 7:30: at the near Lawtey the guest of. Mr and Mr. Billy"'Conway of Jacksonville
t Resolved that R. J. of Waldo the
u a copy of these son, spent
Legion Hall. Mrs. R. C. Griffis. :Mlsa\ Bernice Conway, Mr.
resolutions be placed in the minutes i week-end here with Mr. and Mrs.F. .
di -.-. Mr. John Chester and W, C. and Mrs. R.Hy Lee and sons Amos Extra!
of the club one sent the family and M. White.
:i r NOTICE Chesser made a business trip to and Walter Lee Mr. J. S. Sapp
s. ,. one sent to the Bradford County Miss Marie Alvarez of Vanderbilt -
r Galnesvllle'Tuesday. and Curtis Jones of Russell were
Telegraph for publication. spent Sunday with Miss Audrey -
The Intermediate G. A.'a will Signed: Mr, and Mrs. R. N. Crawford dinner guests of,.Mr. and Mrs. C. McRae.
s .
,, A y meet at the home of Mr, w. J. MRS. L. A. DAVIS and son, Robert and Mrs. J. L. A. Pringle Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Underbill

n f4 Epperson Monday afternoon at MRS. L. D. VINING Gaskins and Louie Murrhee were Misses Pauline and Aliene Rosier and children were visiting Mr. and NEW FREE SERVICE

3:30: o'clock. MRS. G. P. RAYMOND. visiting at the home of W. E. Norman wete"visiting Miss Evelyn ,Mrs. C. H. Neal at Gainesville Sun-
at Hellbronn Sunday after Moseley Sunday.Mr. .
t t ; k +: Curtain Scrim day.Mr. Increases Power Pep Mileage
Cc yard atStump's. and 'Mrs. J. W. Saunders -
VIVIAN MARINE WILLIAMS noon.Mr. : and Mrs. Newn Mott of
i la 4 Kay and St. Clair Moseley was visiting her parents Mr, and Hellbronn were visiting Mr. and

li were visiting their cousin Mr. Mrs. C. A. Pringle Friday. Mrs. J. E. Lewis Sunday.
The death angel visited the homeof Eugene Forsyth of Jacksonville Miss Emmalyne Pringle was visiting F. M. White was transacting

Mr. and Mrs. Vandl Williams Sunday. Miss.J anita Rosier Sunday. business in Lake Butler Monday. Spark Plugs Cleaned Free of Charge

I uVE Rionc Monday afternoon, January 18, and Mr and Mrs. J. E. Rosier were Mr N. RV"Trailer of Maxville, Mr. and Mrs. Lawton Crawford
took with
It their six months old visiting Mr.'and Mrs. C. A. Fringle was visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
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of Jacksonville
Mr.
were visiting
1, NERVES'4 baby, Vivian Maxine. Sunday afternoon. Pringle Friday. and Mrs. Zary Crawford Wednesday With Every Crank Case Drain

Little Maxine was sick only a Miss Pencle shoppinin
Sapp was g .
short time. Tender care and care I
ful Starke Saturday.Mrs. CAR,!) OF TIIANKS H. M. McRae attended church at
nursing her sickness.was given But her throughout J. S. Sapp was visiting her' Kingsley Lake Sunday. The same cleaning method the governmentuses
now she
knows sister Mrs. Daisy Prlnjle Tuesday. The entire family of Mrs. Edna

Is asleep no with pain Jesus.or suffering for she Mr,. and Mra. R. E, .Le., were Daisy Lee wise, to express their ollo.. "'-HJ -. r 11 ,_ on aeroplane spark plugs

The little flower' that lived only visiting key parents, Mr> and Mrs sincere ti, nk,. for the many ktnd-

to bud C.. ,...: Pringle Friday.W5< nesses"shown and for the beautiful
) long enough to brighten
4 their home, has passed on from this 1 floral offerings received during. our ATLASThe Atlasta Silica Blast
1 recent bereavement.: .
earth to the shore where we'll meethstr Births
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1 ,b ts ( face to face with the faithful. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Dollar Rat! .
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hearted ford, daughter Jan. 21st. Standard Oil

The funeral was held at the Mr. and Mra. Rawley Connor, Spark Plug

r home Tuesday afternoon at 2:30: Starke daughter, Jan. 24th. Tire GuaranteedOne
Modem
o'clock. Interment was in Kingsley Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Moody. Highland Dry

Lake cemetery. daughter Jan. 27th. YearFrigidaire

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n"ea, Nervous Headache, Karr Entire stock and fixtures of the former DeWItt C. Jones" Hardwire oest in dry cleaning] of the three year guar- Your Motor a Chance I
oo* Indigestion and Company of Starke FloridaA .
as other. unpleasant disturbance a boat of. few of the many values that we have to offer arel .he; moat.delicate? t fabrics. anted electric refrigerator Clean Plugs New Oil Care Free Miles I ISMITH'S

g ,of'' Why don t you try Dr. Mile. .
2-:2 1-2 Gallon Fire Extinguishes :::=
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Nervine C"YEINGIPHONE
Tablets
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peg Joat one in a half glass of "
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line drink delightfully soothing e: Wooden Counter. SERVICE STATION |
Fk In to ovar-taxed nerves. :a Show Can. **.
in S, M Dr. Mllea Nervine la now 1 L, C. Smith Typewriter. For sale bySmith's ,

made In two formal-Liquid andS 1 Large Mater Iron Suf... Opposite Courthouse 1

Effervescent Tablet. Both haft. 1 129: Gallon Double OU Tank Starke DryCleaners I
wt the tams soothing effoet. STARKE FLORIDA
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Expert Repairing on all makes of Cars I ISMITH'S

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sacrrrcacacwr New Wash Dresses 98o at Stern- MRS. W. ii. LEE DeMAKCO AND FOKHYTII I>I.t. N... IT NOTICE '

berg'. BATTLE TO A DRAW Overdraft Ort t __ __ _. ISO,10HocMlpt ;
'* durlnir month ___ 289 -
God in His infinite wisdom saw Warrant during month ___ Green's Dairy Invites the
Bits of All ladies dresses at big reduce fit to send the death angel to earth Gainesville, Jan. 26..Johnny De- Overdraft Nov 1 ... 117.BO visit the dairy and inspect publicto the
ni.i. !MO in
tion at Stump's.Mrs. shortly after 6 o'clock Thursday Marco of Philadelphia and .
Vasco Overdraft
ot I U to 4} facilities for handling milk in a
h morning, January 21, and take Forsyth fought 10 rounds in the lt.celptn durlngr month IKO I
sanitary Years
manner.
Installed
Warrants .. ago we
I durlnir month Ill 0(>
W. A. Sterns, Louise Sterns from our midst Mrs, Edna Daisy City Club arena last night to have Overdraft Nov. 1 127S.3 a plant for power, lights
IJDcalNConcerning and Dorothy Lamb were visitors' Lee. Mrs. Lee;will be rememberedas Johnny Minardi declare the bout a III'I'I: >:'II-J"'I' SIMKINQ' FUND and water constructed concrete

in Jacksosnville Saturday. the daughter Jot Mr. and )Ofrs.J. draw to the approval of all con- Bat oct, 1 :No.8. stun.a* floors and screened milk rooms to 'I
M. Rosier .Lawtey. cerned. Hooolpt duilnir month 139.VT enable to
us keep same in a sanitary
Our People, Business and Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Bunch of She was 'faithful and consistent DeMarco found in Forsyth a rugged ", ltd Warrnnt I. Nov. durltiw I 'month _. ZR20.H4 condition. The public has a
Lake City, were week-end guestsof member of Evergreen Baptist battler who absorbed l>l.t. So. IA
Progress of the County and Town. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. church neat lawtey. She Is his Hal. Oct 1 u_-. .__ ._ .. 36710 cordial invitation to come at any
, Knight. sur-
punches and fought a defensive Kvrelpt dinlnic" month 6224 time and Judge for themselves.
k vived by her husband, Mr. Walter fight that was so unethical from Warrant' durlnir month ____ GREEN'S
DAIRY

P 'ttIID"III'_...."'""'....",..."."'....'.'.''..'..'.'.''.'r:2''r:2....:...'.'.....:............r:2..:.......=... ""'='''''''''' =======....................._____Q_ :Mrs. O. 1 L. Beasley and Mrs. A James H. Lee Walter, of Summerfteld three: one son, the standpoint of boxing tactics To bill due Illnlrlft Nov. I No.. .Sit. 419.HI It. I* D. Green Owner
Z. Adkins motored to Jacksonville ; weeks old; her that It puzzled the Philadelphia"Ace" 1t,1.! Oct, 1 0378.MH
s Men's Sox lOc at Stump's. See the bargains at Stump's. Wednesday and spent the day. father and mother, Mr. and Mrs.J. To use DeMarco's words: Warrant' "oeltt| dnrlno durlnv monih 131.41> I "

M. Rosier of Lawtey; five sisters, 'Forsyth did everything Just the Ual Nov I I1\"Ih.- 0404,03 I

.t Ladies Hose, 10c at Stump's. Meu's Garters lOc at Stump's.Dance lira, M. H. Jones and children, Mrs. H. L. Norman, Starke; Mrs. opposite to what I expected." I hereby tatement certify, ftliowlnir that the balances' foteiroInir at- !

of Miami are the guests of Rev. A, 'C.. Carmichael of Ocala; Mrs. The fight was shady at times the txiirlnnlnK and at the ending of FLORIDATHEATRE

a Don't miss fun at B. H. S. Friday songs and playlets. Stunt and Mrs. W. F. Jones. W. P.; Varnes, of Jacksonville; and when both fighters resorted to of the the month;lecelpta herein and above warrant Mated rented, and. I I

1 nlte. Nite. Misses Aleene and Lorena Rosier roughing, but Johnny Minardi soon durlnir. ald month, correnpond with
Get your washed !Simonized of Lawtey; two brothers, Mr. W. had the bout on a clean basis and the record of my oltlce, and la true'
and correct to the beet of know
my
1, Vote for prettiest baby Stunt Slmplcity patterns 15c at and waxed for $2.90 at Temple H. Rosier, of Gainesville; Mr. J. running smoothly. There were no edge and belief, I aio .../,'llf)' that { 11

, Nite. Stump's.See Garage, Sam Anderson, proprietor, C. Rosier of Coleman, and a host knockdowns, although DeMarco at the followlnir I I. a llt of all county. GAINESVILLE FLA.
dtpoltorlen, Mhowlnir the balance In
next to Dr. Biggs' office.Mrs. of other relatives and friends to : times hit Forsyth with terlfflc each at the clone of the month ha e= .
Girls rain coats special sale at that funny boy "Razor Jim" mourn her death. I force he did not even appear weakened In flrat staled and the amount -

r Stump's. Stunt Nite. C. M. Fowler and little Funeral services were conductedat while the Philadelphia bat- nnrurlty amount by of each Interest euch paid depoaltdand or cr Program I Week{ Jan. 28

II daughter, Marguerite returned the grave by Rev, L. A. Donnelly -I' tier showed the same ability to fed( 1 during Maid month by each .

Everybody come to B. H. S. for Big Bargains In Ladies Shoos ut Sunday from Espanola, where they pastor of Evergreen Baptist take punches and displayed an uncanny dally drpoHktory balance on or account time ileponlta.WltnenN of rnrr.

u Stunt Nlte"Beautitul Steinberg's had been visiting relatives. church assisted by Rev. T. J.i skill in rolling Forsyth's mv hand thlx 31 day ofOrtul'iM. Thursday & Friday

Knight of Green Cove Springs. Interment punches. 11131.
.
A. J. ORIFJI'IIiI.County
yard wide dress prints Yard wide yellow homespun Boat :Mrs. C. D. Shank and little was made in Evergreen The bout proved once again that Hupterlntend Robert Montgomery

1 at Stump's. Stump's. daughter, Betty Lewis, of Roanoke, cemetery. Funeral arrangmentswere Forsyth can meet the most skilled In

Va., rived Sunday for a month's under the direction of the boxer and weather the storm with Political Announcements 'I. !

t Full Fashioned hose 49o at Any Ladles Hut in the Store for visit with relatives here. DeWitt C-Jones Company.. Active apparent ease. "Lovers Courageous"With

Sternberg's Sale. 08o at Strrnberg's. pallbearers were: Messrs. Dalton .
Mrs.\ J. E. Futch and Miss Mary Carter, F. :M. Norman. Melvin Tampa 60 new cigar factories .'011 NT till, #i:\' ""OItI tit I

:Mr. L. D. Green was a visitorin Ladles new real nice rain coats, Brownlee of' DcLand, will be the Futch James Rosier, R. N. Crawford opened here during 1931. I .Tn i"<'Hpona, .to and the MinrireHtlon that of I :
many fl' belle\luic" Madge Evans
Jacksonville Saturday.. sale prices at Stump's. guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. M. D. Carter. can ha of valuable service' to the
Brownlee this weekend.Mrs. Her life on earth was short, but COUNTY a11PEfINTMVnENT'a. pooplit, nf thl'* natoilal: ; dlHtrlct.: -
MONTHLY .. .""N("141. ,M'TA"I'n.MMNT !. com:|>ori1 of lrnlon and liradfmtlmmiitlen
What? Where When? Stunt Bring the to Bradford was filled with kindness and to T myeCa !
t family : ('Ot:!\ I'Y "( 1100'. VI'NIIIBradford hereby announce
I Nite B. H. S. Friday night. High School Friday night. W. H. Hoffman who has know her was to love her. The county, for the. month of a candidate for state senator. Saturday
October 11)11) Miibjrct to the will of th" Democrat
esteem in which she held in
been spending a while with Mr. and was elmitloit
(ieorrsl ftcknol Fund. voter at I the primary" on
Font Color Prints only lOc a yard Mrs. Laura Blizzard of Athens, Mrs. W. L. Wall left Wednesdayfor the hearts of her friends was manifested To bnl duo Ocl.| 1 _.. __ 721.ifl June 7, 1932. I..", In favor of and. Sylvia Sidney
lti>relptM during I month .32Him 67 will work for lax reduction and Ina
the number that
1 at Sternberg'o. Tenn., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.G. Jacksonville for a visit. by large Warrant ilnrlnw:: month -_ 11501,1/4: reduction of the expt'iixe. or ruiinlnir I In
W White. attended the funeral. The was an To hal tin Nov. I. 2fi.28,1.7l the Mate government; I ale"

:Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hoover were Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Parks and obedient daughter, a loving wife To bnl due. DI.1.Oct.t 1 No.___h I __ 47700 ntrenirt favor. hrnlnir and. will of I the work niiita' for bnnlttnirlaw .the 'Ladies of the Riff ,

visitors in Jacksonville Mrs. W. M. Wainwright Mrs. H. Mrs. A. Wood were in Orlando last and mother and a friend to all. H".II.. durlnir month ___ 3,112 to piotert depositor' and tomake !
Sunday. their liability to loss much I
Her Warrants during month( .
be filled in
place can never
C. Wall and Miss Mary Canova week attending the Republican To bal. duo Nov. ] 48t.63. more remote." Twill ever bo alert llousc"I
W. L. Douglas $3 Shoes on sale were visitors In Jacksonville Tues- executive committee meeting. our hearts and. IlVesTeachers' DI... No.:a for and on the right side of any j
Overdraft O kt.: I ___ 6U.IIS other meamire which I believe to I
for $3.93 at Stvrnberg's.Mrs. day. Hecelpt.. during month u 680 be for the et Interent of the people Monday & Tuesday :t
Joe Wilson, editor of the Chron- Wiiirunt' ilurlntc month _-_ 43.66 I and the protection' of their, rights !.
MeclingFriday Overdraft Nov I mil property.' Your vote and "liPl''it .
Cora Cason of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dial and son, icle at Inverness stopped In Starke Ill.,. NO. "II 07091 will' he highly. appreciated, and Ronald Colman ,;, ,

was in Starke Monday on business.Mr. Roy 'of Orlando, were the week- for a short while Friday while en- J. February ;' To bal due Oct. 1 _____ ___1114403 am elected h., your vinlat.dIteepeclfully.confident. In .'
Harriot' me will never In
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. I route home from Jacksonville_ r- -- VVaiinntH! during during month_ anmtl HO A7 ;
Halle. .3 To bill, due Nov. 1 __,h_ Lake Tluller. Fla, J. M MANN, bI. n.
21U227Ul.t.
W W. Paige, Jr., of Jacksonville Program tob4t, ,given at 2 p. m. "Arrowsmilh"Wednesday
Mrs. S. F. Hamrlck has returned NO. 4 r
spent Sunday with his family. Friday, February 12 at the Starke To hal. due Ot.t. 1 ._..__ _. 54(168( To the Dnmociatlo Voter of I lieKlfteenlh
Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Miss Sarah home from a visit In Sebring High School building, Itecelpln' durlnir month Kvnntorlal l>l"trlct : +

Mrs. O. C. White and Mrs. L. O. Hope Haynes apd Miss Dorothy with her son-in-law and daughter, Devotional Exercises Rev. To Warrant bal. due* during Nov. 1 month. __ B4ft.(10 Many of the voter, both Hrndford. '
in Lake Tuesday. Ritch spent Saturday iu Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nollman. 1)4.1.! No. O .n. and l'llion counties. whit comprl,
Powell were City Jones.
ville. Overdraft Oc.t. 1 ._?.._________ (ISS,09 the above sent,tnrleI dlatrlut: urged,'
America the Beautiful first and HecrlptH. during month SU3I me, prior to the death of Senator'
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. White John, to enter the race for the
New Garden and Field Seeds arriving spent last verse, led by Miss Poppell. Warrant, during month __ ((10 00 "GOOK
nomncratlc nomination/ MonatorIn
a
at White. Prices Right. l-8tf Seed beans corn, Irish potatoes, Monday in St. Petersburg They Public School Mimic as an Aid in Overdraft Nov.I>IM.I No.___.T_?. 181.18 the vomlnir primary election to With gi

velvet beans, peas chufas and a were guests of Mr. White's cous- Character Development Mrs.A. To hale due Oit 1 ._. 335 fit be held In June, 1913. 1 now formal take i+ rl

-Mr. L. O. Jones was a business variety of small seed at White's, ins, Col. and Mrs. J. N. Brown. E. Wall.Departmental. Warrants\t".el.ta l| during month ____._ 12.78 this announcement, method of for mitklnv this. my ImpoitantnITItie.
during: month Jackie Cooper Robert
visitor in Jacksonville Tuesday. 1-22-41. program: To bal. due Nov. I ___ __:. _. 3444 I ask each and I every voter

Mrs. E. E. Canova returned Mon- Advantages of the Unit Plan in Ovvnlraft Oi Mint.'t. 1 _No..___N ._. 48074 If to I carefully am the cotiHlder nominee my I pledge oandldacvt efficient Coogan, Jackie Searle ,ia
Ladies Silk Hose 23c at Stump's. Mr. and Mrs., S. G. Lewis and day from Bushnell after a week's Teaching In High School-By Miss Itoi'flptn during month _____- service to the people

Miss Eleanor Lewis spent Sundayin visit with her son and daughter- Isabel Fernandez. Round table dis Warrant diirlnir monthOverdiaft ________ Lake Butler, Fla.heaped HAL'folly Y. 1t.lNmS"l"IJ"'I''JNW
Beautiful new spring dress special Jacksonville with Mrs. Lilla in-law, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova. cusslon. I' Nov... I No.-10. 4111.14IU. ; .
at Fletcher.Mr. Plan To bal due Oct. 1 ___ .._ J871M 'I' Ole Ml II 00 b*
sale 59c Stump's. of the Unit in n
price Advantages Coming
the ocltatlon)| of
Through many
Miss Mona Alderman of F S. W. llorelpr during; month ____ 2,40,
Teaching In the Elementary Grades Warrant during": month __ ot my friend. and my desire to canto
C.. in Tallahassee Is spending sev- I To bnl due Nov. I __ bn your *i hool. piipnrlntendent, I deHire -
190.54DI.t.
Mrs..T. J. Griffin and Mrs. E. M. and Mrs. W, S. Yelvington I -By Mrs. W,1 H. Hart. pound candl & '
N. It to announce myself a a Thursday Friday
of this week with her ,
Johns were In Jacksonville Tues- of Hastings spent the week-end eral days I table discussionAdvantages / Overdraft Ort 1 _u___ '111.ill date for thl* ponltlon. subject to the, ;
day. with Mr. and Mrs. George A. Gardiner parents Mr. and Mrs. G. y;. Alder- ,'of 'Unit Plan In Kecelpt during month __ 46.63 June primary. If nominated and
Warrant. during" month elected piomlxe n faithful' iieiform. "The Man / Killed"
man. I Teaching in the Primary Grades- Overdraft Nov 1 __ ._ h. 3S.78 ante ,l the dutlee of thi* office
Messrs. D. P. Carpenter and T. I Miss Olive Ray. Round table discussion. 1)1.6. No. 12 Your votes. are' Nollcltpil\ and will ?

T. Long were in Jacksonville Mon- Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stith and Trade in your old battery for a I Overdraft. Oft 1 ____u__ lit.Ot fully.he highly appreciated It. n.Your WKU1INH.rennet .I
Urcelpt' durlnar month __ 11.61
day. family, of Jacksonville, are the new one while they are cheap. $6.00 .- Warrant. during month __ -- ,.'
guests today of :Mr. and Mrs. H. L. and exchange. One year guarantee. Belle Glade 400-acre prison I Overdraft Nov. 1 _______ Hn 11138 )"
Temple Garage next to Dr. Biggs' created In heart of Ever- I>I.t. No. IS ,1)
Beautiful yard Brownlee.Mrs. farm CO. Suits
Special Sale Phone STEAM PRESSING
Ovrrdfrat Oct. 1 ___.__u__. 1373 i,
wide dress prints lOc yard at office. glades, near here. Kwrlpt during month ___ __
Cleaned
-. Warrant. during month ____ 52 J. Frank Thoman, Prop. &:
Stump's.Mr. G. W. Alderman Is visitingher ___ ._ _
and Mrs. J. W. and Overdraft Nov. 1 137.S Blocked ;
son-in-law and daughter. Dr. Mr. Floyd NOTICE !>!.(. No. 16 FELT HATS Cleaned and ReshapedSUITS l

and Mrs. J. A. Saul spent and Mrs. S. P. Vandlviere of Augusta little son of Lake City S. C., are :I w.-- I Overdraft Ort. 1 .____ 209 KItocelpt PRESSED 25c 1.J1
several months in during month ? -- --- -
rela- Ga. spending Starke The Eastern Star will hold their 46.60

tives.Sunday In Jacksonville with and have apartments at Mrs. N. T. regular meeting Monday evening, Overdraft Warrant. Nov.riiirlnir 1 month 164.31 SUITS CLEANED AND PRESSED __,.. -- --. __... ,- -- 50c ;If;

Mrs. Wilbur Dean and Mrs. Lilla Ritch'a. at 7:30: o'clock, at the ,Masonic I ,.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tucker of Fletcher of Jacksonville, were the Hall. .. .
Newberry, spent Wednesday in guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Laurie Edward '<": : : : .' --_ : ..::. ,.4t : :-.. .- c :_ 'I' ':' ,, ". """ :. -. ..: :.: .. ':"
and daughter Fredrlka and Miss JS9T1CE{
S. G. Lewis.

Starke. I Leah Sunday Struth with of Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs. ,W.spent H. The executive. board of the SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY JAN. 29 & 30Grocery

Saturday I III the lost day of the Allan Long, who has been very Struth. Woman's Club'will meet Wednesday ,

January,Clearance Sale at Stern. 111 following an operation tor ap- morning;- February 3rd at 10
pendicitis in the Chicago Hospital, r
berg's, I o'clock in the club
Mr. and R. A. Thomas had as building.
is Improving.L .
their guests Sunday, Mr.\ and Mrs.J. T
Col. H. V Knight attended courtIn C. Hall and children, and Mr. and

Tallahassee Tuesday and Wed- F. Chapman, assistant superin- :Mrs.! T. C. Thomas and family of

nesday, I tendent of the Florida State Farm Palatka.Mr. .
Ralford was a business visitor to [GENT A %WORD LOCATION BETWEEN HANK AND POSTOFF1CEHoiccll '

Mrs. Sallie Entenza of Jackson- Starke Friday.Mrs. and Mrs. A. H. Hall and Nasworthy Owner and Operator
Lalla
Mrs.
of
ville the
Is guest
baby Sharon Misses Carrie Hutto, COLUMNFOR
Cahes. M. Levlton Mrs. R. V. Tur- Edna Hutto and Helena Prather

ner and Miss Lolselle Turner motored were visitors In Jacksonville Sun- SALE Narcissus flowers. WHERE\ ECONOMY RULES r
-
of Palatka, wasn and
Mr. J. V. Walton to Jacksonville Tuesday
to day afternoon.Mrs. Price right Phone 41 2t. _. _. ___ __ _____ ___ n_ .
) Starke Tuesday attending spent the day.
.
business. Alice Thomas of Wilmington SEED BEANS, corn Irish potatoes Jersey Lily Pure CaneSUGAR GoodwifeBUTTER
Mrs. C. G. Arendell, who has Del., and Mrs. A. M. Dobar-
velvet beans chufas
Mrs. George Roberts and children been visiting Dr. and Mrs. O. L. the peas,
of Jacksonville were
games, and a variety of small seed at FLOUR,5,
of Lawtey, were in Starke Haynes, left Thursday: for Savan- guests' of Col. and Mrs. H. V. White's. 1224t.

Wednesday.: nah for a visit. Knight Sunday.. 10 45c 24 56c I1

FOR SAL -1.i1I' roughbred Rhode Pound25c pounds pounds !
and little
Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Miss Mrs. L. M. DeSha Bargain, misses rain coats, sale
Red from
Island
Pearl Jordan spent Thursday In daughter, Marjorie of Wildwood prices at Stump's. setting eggs
chickens direct from Mahood
Lake Butler. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. .
special' mating $1./CO setting Irish
per
Struth this week. Mr. and Mrs H. C. Richard of Fancy
Mrs. R., F. Demorest.spent Sat- Falatka Mr. and Mrs. Aitcheson J. MatftHce Edwards. l-29.tf Blackeyed Peas 10 Ifas.29c

urday in Jacksonville with Mrs. I Mr. and; Mrs. Roy Edwards and and Mrs. Williard Smallwood of '... POTATOES ,
FOR SALE Several thousand
Eddie Mott. II daughter Miss Lucille, spent Sun Laurel. Md., were guests of Mr.
Tomato Plants
day in Jacksonville with Mr. and and Mrs. A. M. Darby Thursday.If Kllgore Marglobe
See the real bargains In rain Mrs. W. P, Hurst. now thousand.ready for planting at $4.00per 10 Ibs. -' 17 Pure FreshCOFFEE Teenle {Weenie
Keystone Heights
coats for girls, misses and ladies it is bursted broken, worn,
at Stump's.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson had torn; leaks, mend it with Arrow Lumber Co., Keystone Heights* PEAS w ;
Fla. It
as their guests Sunday, Mr. and Head cement. You can't break, No. 2 Cans +

T. N. Kendrick left Wednes- Mrs. R. L. Epperson and family of soak or boll loose-It has no equal. '
ANTED-1eUable fox 2Ibs 25c No. 2 17c
hound
day for Bell for a several days' Jacksonville, and Mrs. George Anderson Only 25 cents at your Hardware cash or exchange, general pur- TOMATOES2for ,- - can -
business trip. of Lawtey. Store and Builders' Supply Co. It*
pose; Dyal dog one year old

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Stanton and Nice Pillow Cases lOc at Stump's. ready to train our coons or any- f 15c r ;ar,
Mrs. V. of Jack- thing One rabbit hound for ex- 32 Jar Pure Preserves 25c
Mrs Lamira Murden were In Jacksonville Mr. and S. Trigg oz. -
change. See Geo. Kruse Clover
Sunday. ville were the recent guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Underhill
'
Starke Fla. It
Farm Store. ,
and Mrs. B. H. LovelL 'to.
and daughters. Misses Hazel and ,
Mrs. W. H. Andrews and Mrs. Gladys attended the Alachua CHEESE
JUST RECEIVED!: Shipment of
Alice Langford were visitors in 81x60 seamless sheets. Specialfor County Singing Convention in Evaporated

Alachua Friday. y 59c at Stump's. young Gainesville ladles Sunday.are both talented The two In all also varieties full line seed garden beans seed.and These corn, Pound17c PEACHES j Grits or Meal\ I }

alt northern seed and
Mr. and :Mrs. Frank Hoover and :Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Granger of vocal and piano music. Miss Hazel are, grown

Mr. Don Hoover were visitors in Brooksvllle, returned Tuesday af- Underhill[ rendered a vocal solo ac- Are than new stock.for past Seeds twenty are cheaper years. Pound10 10 !Ibs. - 17cAll r
ter spending the week-end with
Jacksonville Sunday.We campanled at the piano by her slater Get out prices before buying. Argo Red
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall. .
Brownlee Bros., Starke. 1-22-tf
Wash Simonize and Wax your ______ Salmon 29c
car for $2.150. Temple Garage, Sam Yard wide fast colors Broadcloth Mrs. L. A. Davis, who U colonelof w-- -

Anderson, proprietor.Mr. lOc: special at Stump's.Mr. Bradford county for the Woman's A Daily Cash MarketFor Lima or Naw Beans 5 Ibs. - 25c

and Mrs. T. O. Hayes and Democratic Army, spent sev- HoCattle, Mules, Milk t t J

and Mrs. T. B. Massie and 'family of Brooker spent TuesdayIn eral days last week in Jacksonville. Cows 'And Springs. Brands i2

children, Tom a-d Joan, were in Starke with relatives. Mrs. Davis attended the luncheon
at Hotel In honor of Special Sale Every Pound Carton ISc ;
Jacksonville MonJay.Mr. given Carllag Pancake Flour -- - -

Mr and Mrs. Leslie Woodwardof kfrs. Nellie Taylor Rosa, Governorof ThursdaySell LARD J Pound pail __ __ __ S5c'
and Mrs. 3. J. Farmer of Ozark. Ala., are the guests of Wyoming and vice-chairman of

St. Petersburg, St ent the week-end Mr. and Mrs. Pate Gassett. democratic committee. buy or trade at your own Package---, c 8 pound pail - 65cI $ r
in Starke vUlthv friends prices. National Stock Yards

$...M bays regular $10 dress atSternberg's Men' Dress Shirts 49c at 2118 W. Beaver St., Jackson ,

Window Shade 48e at Stump's. Sale. Stump' ville. Phone 0-0730. 1292t. 1..2 :": *L 1. 11, .___i. : '_ ';:71'4' $



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i "ASHES TO ASHES,' DUST TO = but not with this new HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES I VVRUF FARM\ PROGRAM"The
fertilizer. At left, they're filling a drill with wind-proof, non.
SECTION caking grain Compare this with. the old powdered form at the right Vole of
NEWS Home Demonatra-
FARM from Florida"j
evI (Photo ia circle chow actual tilts of fertilizer grains.) Weekly Won Specialist, Tallahassee. j I

I If
I Radio talks to Florida farmers

: Conducted By *f. \ '- OA -
CITRUS PRESERVES
f workers each day next
at \'''. / '.'.* '
I* T. DYER, County Agent week during the Florida Farm
While an abundance of citrus
MISS PEARL, JORDAN Home Demonstration Agent I Hour from state radio station
J hand the housewife
fruits are on WRUF, the Florida Agricultural
oy' .. should not forget that they will Extension Service has announced

Plant Corn About Dairy COlDS Must make good preserves. Trying a These programs will be broadcast
few Is the best test.Grapefruit .
to 12:45: eastern stand-
from noon :
Tomato Fields To Be Bread Now For Preserve! I ard time.

f'' Trap Fruit 'WormsA Fall FresheningBreeding I Use 1 pound of grapefruit peel, The schedule follows:'

3.4 pounds of sugar, 1 pint of wa- Sat., Jan. SO--Florida Farm

double row of corn planted dairy cows so that they ter, and 2 slices of lemon, 1.8 inch I News and Hints. U. S. Farm Science
around the edge of tomato fields will freshen in the fall has many thick. : .Snapshots.

and an occasional double row thru advantages, Hamlin L. Brown Select bright fruit with a thick Mon., Feb. 1 Results of Better

the field will serve aa a trap crop dairy specialist with the Florida peel> and wash carefully, using a Farm Practices Lee Smith.

i for the tomato fruit worms, saysJ. Agricultural Extension Service, brush> to remove stains. Cut in Cane Varieties for Florida.W. E

R. Watson, entomologist with believes. That would mean that strips or shapes. Remove the bitter Stokes.

I. 4 the Florida Experiment Station. the cows should be breJ in late from the peel by adding 2 pintsof Tues., Feb. 2-Control of Cab.

4 The same worm that bores Into January or early February. water to the pound of fruit and bage Worms-J, R. Watson. Farm

, the tomatoes ia also kgown as the During the summer there Is always the lemon, and boiling, and repeat Question Box.

I corn ear worm and the corn bud- a surplus of market milk the process until the desired tastes Wed., Feb. 3-How Truck Farm-

i Worm. It prefers corn and will while tourists from the North otter reached. Then add the peel and ers May Help Themselves. R.

thus leave the tomatoes for the a market for much of the winter Chemists Create New Fertilizer lemon to a boiling syrup made Ensign. Annual Flowers to PlantIn

corn. Mr. Watson advises planting nupply. from the sugar and a pint of water. February-W. L. Floyd.

the corn so that It would come into Another advantage of fall fresh- Boil until the peel Is transparentand Thurs., Feb. 4-Some February

a % silk at about the time the first to- ening Is that the cow has the sum- Dustless Non-Caking Product, Four Times Stronger the syrup sufficiently heavy. Farm Jobs and How to Do Them
mer, when there Is plenty pf feed, ,
,' r.iatoes are forming. The moth Whole Kumquat Preserves -J. Francis Cooper.
in that lays the eggs which causes to get in good condition for calv- Than Normal. Can Be Drilled Like Grain Use 1 pound of kumquats to 3.4 FrI., Feb. Meeting the De.

! the worm prefers shade, so a row ing. Thus, the calf will be stronger Something new In the way of fertilizer tilizer are that it is dusty, which wasted by blowing away. The plant pound of sugar and 1 pint of wa- mand for Quality Steers-W, J.
and will
ti S', of peas between the double row the cow produce more American makes it disagreeable to handle, andit food salts cannot separate out in Sheely.
has been developed by
milk that Is of a better quality.Fall which non-uniioitn and all will be ter.Wash .
ti of corn Is suggested. tends to form hard cakes masses, the qumquats in soap and
a freshening fits better into chemists. have to be broken up before the fertilizer brought into solution at the same them with tablespoonful CARD OF THANKS
lt If it Is not to have the water. Sprinkle a -
practical the raising of calves since the calf "We have tried to produce a fertilizer can be applied. rate thus preventing any selective with Like a ray of sunshine through
into Bilk when the first of soda, and cover
corn come may be turned on pasture duringthe with the troubles left out," \Ve have solved these troublesby I leaching out of certain of the ele- I hours dark with with sorrow, came
that is water. Let stand 10 min-
corn boiling>
tomatoes forming
are
Thus farmer obtains
I
ments.
spring and summer and be said Theodore Swann, president of producing a fertilizer in granular thet love, sympathy and beautiful floral -
: knee high will give some prot c- more effective fertilization from considerably I utes, and rinse them in three
out well at a low cost. form, which ran be handled as easilyas
grown Chemical from friends.
the S Company
wan n offerings many
n tion. The moth will lay her eggs in wheat The granules are hard less actual plant food applied changes of water. Make a slit 1.4
yr, p '' the buds to produce what. we know The general farmer will usuallyfind which is responsible for this new development and firm uniform in composition, per acre. Inch long on one side of each fruit, With deepest gratitude we thank
e butter easier to sell duringthe
Kj as corn budworm. At this stage and non-cakintf even in damp, humid "The development of this fertilizer and boil in water for 15: minutes. you.
winter, and the biggest demandfor "One of the troubles with ordi- required extensive mechanical Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Powell.
;; the worm In the corn should be climates. Their size and shape Repeat this boiling process three
h I
designing
,\ poisoned, and a dust made by mix- nary permit them to be easily and accu- times.: Then drop the kumquats
fall and early winter. The cow only about 16 cent of it is useful machines, in addition to intensive
per the soil Plant packing housecompleted
to by means City-New
,. ,, ing one pound of lead arsenate to rately applied Into a boiling sugar solution made
that calves in the fall will naturally plant food-that is to say, only I chemical research and a cooperative
mechanical
of the simplest of for W. Hayner on
s l 10 of lime Is recommended. type the in the pintof Harry
pounds by dissolving
1 I 4 : produce best during' the winter, and one-sixth of it has fertilizing value. i study of ideal fertilizer requirementswith sugar
to silk it distributors. Recent testa by an au- until trans- Baker street, located on spur installed
I When the corn begins The new fertilizer has 64 per cent experiment station directorsand water. Boil gently
: t .j !d 'I, should be dusted every three days ,then spring and summer pastureswill or more actual plant foodnitrogen thoritative experiment station show agronomists in all fertilizer con- parent and until the syrup givesa by Seaboard Air Line.

t' ':. 1 -', ." providing one wants to get roastIng tend to keep this production phosphoric acid, and potash- that the granular form of this new suming sections of the United slight jelly test. If the vessel is

iv f' J'' ears free of worms. The removal up. which means that one hundred fertilizer permits uniform distribution : States, and in Germany, Great Brit covered Just before It Is moved 1 the fruit, and process 10 minutes,
1 .; Mr. Brown advised against planning of it will the at rates as low as S pounds to ain and France.
'. '1 of the ears from the field pounds give same fertilityto from the flame, and allowed to then seaL
'" Z ; ''Tin that to enlarge the calf crop. He the soil as four hundred pounds of the acre, which I is'a degree of uni- "An experimental plant to manu- .. .
will destroy worms stand for 25: minutes It will helpto
'i 1.1' : _. many advocated the use of only high the ordinary kind. Since the American form application that has not here- facture this fertilizer has been erect- I
fh; might emerge and attack the tomatoes quality, purebred bulls, and the farmer has been paying over $30,000- tofore been obtained. ed at the works of the Swann Chem- plump the fruit.

y later. close culling of the dairy herd as (100 annually for transporting and handling "Other advantages of the granules ical Company at Anniston, Ala- Sour Orange PreservesCut
,a i ;. : This trap crop will greatly diminish well as the calf fertilizer large savings should be are that the fertilizer can be placed: bama. All of the fertilizer so far produced or grate off the yellow part

: lY the worm-damage to the tomatoes crop.. made possible by the new concentrated with extreme accuracy at any desired has been sent to experiment from oranges, leaving the white lk

., but may not entirely control fertilizer. distance from the seed. fleinar stations. agricultural colleges and portion of the peel. Cut in halves, ti
N.; J'I'' it, Mr. Watson said. Since the CORN YIELDS MORE "pthcr troubles with ordinary fer- free from dust, no portion can be agencies for test purposes." squeeze out the juice, but don't

+, fr 1i;". ji i k: tomatoes are usually sprayed for I- ------ break the peel. .Put 4 oranges so
Corn
following vetch and Austrian
'- diseases with bordeaux mixture fixed into :5 quarts of water and
h' fungus -
fertilized In outside of President Hoover seem
the
t ,- winter peas yielded an av- SEED TREATMENT! as complete plot
aj r he advised adding one pound of 20 bushels CONTROLS SWEET addition to more of the crates be- to be trying to do a great deal boil for 20 minutes. Change to Count: the
erage acre more .
per
fresh water and boll for 15: min-
p ,: of lead arsenate to each 50 gal-
ia the about it.
than that on check in POTATO DISEASES ing ready for harvest early
nearby plots
twice NOW/
the water
lone of bordeaux. Spray ing should utes. Change
C season. However the depression has its Cost
demonstrations conducted
'1, begin when the tomatoes begin to ty agents and farmers In by Union coun- Treating seed sweet potatoeswith In another test at Gainesville 100 uses and is not all bad, even thoughit more, boiling from 8 to 10 min-
utes each time. Drain and boll.In
form and continue until be- ,
just
Bradford Marlon and Hamilton with corrosive sublimate Is an pounds of nitrate of soda per acre has hit some of us pretty hard.
;u the only tommoditr
made from 1 of NSUftANCB
fore for market.Picking a part sug-
L they are ready syrup
lo counties last year, reports W. T. effective means for preventing sev- as a aide-dressing was comparedwith For instance, there is a growing in 1 of water until fruitIs which cannot be purchased when
jy s.. i. all wormy tomatoes Nettles, district extension agent. eral fungus diseases that might 200 pounds At a time when interest in economy in public and ar part bolls it ;u needed most.
As the
i.r 1' from the field and destroying them There were 28 demonstrations I give trouble later on, according to half of the shoots were in silk there private affairs, accompanied by in- down transparent.add water to syrup the original Don't wait for a fin to break out
keep
-
'ri will also help to control the pest. covering 229 acres of corn. 1 Dr. W. B. Tisdale, plant pathologistfor were a third more shoots on the creased attention to the elimina- Pack the before you realize thi* Count I1w
l At the Florida Experiment Station 100-pounds plot and 70 per cent tion of waste and extravagance.Taxes density. transparent COM of inadequate insurance now
I fruit strain the and be !
and prepatedi1..t
y; r ':, Now Is the time to breed dairy Treat truck seed with 1:1,000: Just before bedding, those potatoes more on the 200-pounda plot thanon have been growing on us so boil it until thick. Pour syrup it over

t cows; jl for fall freshening. Be sure corrosive sublimate and thus eliminate that show rots or blemishes a plot where no soda was used gradually and steadily that per- at nan.n lh,. frnmtIMM 4ncommmd
**
) fto' Use a good bull diseases that are carried on should be discarded. The healthier. Rates of application of nitrate of i haps we could and would never of pour ttM,popery kindi s.Wmounf

the seed. ones should be disinfected for five ,soda over 200 pounds per acre did have had serious attention given to of .iiMunmc lra.
1
'; Many of the shrubs In Florida to eight minutes in a solution of not further Increase the earliness reducing them unless the depression 666

01 'r k; woods may be used In landscaping Cocoa-Gulce's Service Station, corrosive sublimate made by dissolving of the crop. had come along.
K the yard. Try some of them this corner of Brevard avenue and Ole- three ounces of the crystalIn Farmers and growers of Florida anal Liquid or Tablet used.Internally. HAROLD C. 'VALLINSURANCB
n Knit see Halve"' ..'.rn.II,, ninberamplet A
b ?.r' ,yr ';winter. 24 of water. After 10 have been compelled find waysof
u ander street, being remodeled. gallons A SERVICE!: TO MEET NEEDS and effective treatment fortolil
t : dfi 'fi...1' t bushels have been treated add one- reducing costs of production.No ..

half ounce more of the crystals, "Those who are enemies of co- .doubt some permanent good $5,000 in Cash Prizes

{ 2 f making up to 124 gallons with water operative marketing" says Hoard's has come from that, for it will en- Auk Your nrumcUt, Partlculara STAREE. FLORIDA

V l K8 3 "' 'ft mow (oplayJ3ridge and treat 10 more bushels. The Dairyman, 'are now pointing out able us to obtain more economical ---- -

gt qty solution should then be discarded. the 'great mistake' which the Farm production when "good times" re

I / I AUCTION He advised bedding the potatoes as Board made in purchasing wheat turn.Another
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f RKt soon as they are treated. Corrosive and cotton, and for this reason urge interesting sidelight on PLANTSOwing

': sublimate is a deadly poison, the repeal of the Agricultural the depression Is furnished by one STRAWBERRY
F ) /
CONTRACT and should be handled with care. Marketing Act. We do not believe of the greatest libraries in the

4. country, which reports that since
these men are fair when they use
r Ljr Wynne Ferguson TAYLOR COUNTY MEN this emergency act of the Farm the advent of the current depres- to the dry-like conditions around Starke,

4 PROFIT FROM GROWING Board as an excuse for asking the' sion its circulation of books has increased and Lawtey, we are making very special prices on

1 L ; Author of PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE PIGS ON GRAZING CROPS repeal of a law which Is primarily over 30 percent. And the your wants in both Missionary and Blakemore ber-

-- directed toward assisting farmersof increase in solid reading, other

,. / d alt i4(t Copyrlulit 1911, by Hoylc, Letting sows farrow on grazing this country to develop coopera- than fiction, has been more than ry plans. See our agents Brownlee Bros., Starke,

crops and keeping the pigs there tive marketing agencies. the average. The Pennsylvania and G. W. Roberts, of Lawtey, Fla., who will take

ARTICLE No.. 13 for four months proved profitable "Our government has helped oth- Farmer says that "All this means order.
to two Taylor county farmers who their that more of our people are doing your
h er industries In marketing
wj a'I double Is still
": ;. Ir iatory anSI lleartstO,7ClubsJ.9,4 conducted demonstrations with wares. The method employed has serious reading and studying, You know of and know
; k '' tactor in Auction and Contract Bauer plants quality we
I'' and interesting Diamonds 6 County Agent R. S. Dennis last not been in aaulstalng the manufacturer which will be good for them and
\(; presents some O,
how time'and real
to ship plants give
i9t n 1\1H\ and puzzling question of bidding For Spades-J. 10, 7, 6. 4.2 year. There were 10 sows In the for example, to perfect a for the country. your on you
the dealer bids. When demonstrations. farrowed 89 One of the great needs now, as service. So at and place order
'n example' suppose one you hold six or more hearts or They better marketing agency,,but rather get busy .once your
;ti E ii no trump and second, hand doubles spades, it Is obligatory for you to bid pigs Three of them were mashed to helping the manufacturer find for the last few years, is to.have for what want.
l .I! ''(informatory), with what type of handhouldthedealer's that suit over partner a no trump and hy the sows and 85 were raised. a large market for his commodities. an equalization of conditions as be- you may
partner make a bid? the obligation is just as when
strong They were farrowed in March and That the kind of ser tween agriculture and other busi-
xi : : ''There ia still considerable ditference of the no trump has been doubled. Sucha was
Ii r f y' opinion among the experts as to the bid gives partner exact informationthat when butchered in October weighed vice the manufacturer needed to nesses. When the farmer's dollar J. BAUER
( ,.i'iil" proper procedure in this situation, but you have a justifiable takeoutand 160 to 170 pounds. extend his business and to make it buys as much in proportion as the

1 l 11'<:' the writer has very definite ideas in that information may be very Oats were planted In Novemberand more profitable. Agriculture needs business man's dollar then the
J- regard to it. There are four distinct valuable. the sows were turned on themIn little different service than given farmer will be more satisfied. THE STRAWBERRY PLANT MAN
1 s t ; hands at either Auction or before far JUDSONIA ARKANSAS
1S Contract Problem February, just they the manufacturer and we think ,
( which should be bid by the
e" e\ .:' dealer's partner over an informatory "'<-arts-Q.I,9,8, 7,5 rowed. They were kept on the oats this should be recognized." CARD OF THANKSWe

;1, .'double of one no trul p. First: with n ubs! 10, 9 until May, and fed about one-third -

.- q 'land as good as an original no trump Hiamondl19,2 grain ration. The pigs were then DEPRESSION EFFECTS wish to thank those who ------ -- .- .---- ..-- -- ------- -- ---------- --
x ;; '; jK, dealer's' partner should redouble. For Spades 7, 6, 4 turned on cattail millet sorghum ARE NOT ALL BAD; were so kind and helpful and gave ..-- .. -- -
} n 4 example, with a hand of this type: 1 and peas, and watered from an automatic GOOD ONES LISTED their tender care during the illness -

t 11' !, y 1\\., Hearts- A, 4, :2 AD Y : barrel. They .were kepton '- and death of our baby, and "Vbu'll never know how good ,
I :
Clubs-K..7, 4 Z this grazing until they were (By Spuds Johnson)) for the beautiful floral offerings.Mr. ..'r
l\ : r. Diamonds. 10 3 2 I t a cigar can be until .
h J, you
put on early corn and peas for fat- "Sweet are the I uses of adver.slty' and Mrs. Vandl Williams.
: K 10 9
j Spades- ,
'
tening. "' said someone who no doubt -- have smoked r" :;;
: i The redouble U a powerful 1 No score, rubber gamp. Z dealt and a\> v
t w ,'f when properly used and the source weapon of >idone no trump and A doubled What The adoption of this practice had just been through "the worst Pensacola State railroad com- .

r i !J: ,11 2 r.iany big penalties. After a redouble, should. Y now bid at either Auction or would mean thousands of dollars to depression in history." Everybody mission authorized Gulf Power Co.
; c4 i 4 Contract? In case Y passed, U passed the depression to discontinue street car servicein ti VAs8cVO
t partner should double any bid made the farmers of the county; since seems to be talking about .
O :, '''and. try for penalties.. and what Z should bid two Y spades now.bid which? A doubled. worms cause the loss of many pigs nowadays,' but very few City and replace with bus lines.LWSOUTH4LI ,V

t Second) If the dealer's partner holds From the foregoing discussion it end stunt the growth of many --- --- -----

r' t1'} ',) ,,'a'' !good as an original bid in a suit, hat should] be obvious that Y should bid more, Mr. Dennis said. No signs of % ':. SAME SIZE

tk .' '>111<1 bid two in the suit over the I Iuble two hearts over the double. He has six" worms were reported by the two t MORE HAVANA
t. &\) : For example, with a hand of'
t hearts and
4h therefore an obligatory demonstrators, who were the late
I. this type, bid two clubs: take-out of the no trump.After making W B. Davis and Brade Hendry. Delightfully M LD t
f; Hearts- 10, 4, 3,2 the mistake of passing, however, the! .
U, Clubs- A K J,4, :2 right thing for him to do U not to GREEN CORN YIELDS I. Lewis Cigar Mfg. Co. Newark N. / Makers
0 r .I'i Diamonds 1-10.7 obvious.. When B also passed ti < ,
.'rf. Spades-9, :2 double it was- evident thAt h* did ..., BEST IF FERTILIZED o FLORID
-
? ,u 'By to doing, you give the exact InL1 because he was certain i; of defeating Zone ;; AND PLANTED EARLY

r'' co'i fv.; formation to your partner that you no trump bid. In other words, Wake Yciiver Bile
W j jUl have a* good a*an original bid in that both A and B have Indicated strong Green corn planted early and FAIR Up
(te'fuit. It I* the only way you can givefathis hands. Z's subsequent bid of two side-dressed with nitrate of soda
P exact information and for that spades merely indicated that he realized has given beat results in tests at 4' AT
I. 'if reason the opportunity should not belo his no trump bid would probably be
r a + t. defeated and that he figured he had a the Florida Experiment Station.Of The State fatr -Without Calomel

j ot'' t Third:It th dealer's partner holds better chance to get out of trouble by plantings made side by side TA 4R.A
3, jf. Mt-up minor suit, he should bid two bidding spades. : the fifteenth of February March, WORLD'SGREATEST Y* -
C'k. PC, v no trump over the double. For example, A's double of two spades indicated i April, May, and June, the February I And You'll Jump Out of Bed U(Us trite h M...... beebr: ysr IasdMao's

et, i 'with a hand of this type, bid two no he could defeat that Lid; to V *. plantings have given the highest risers r Muss Meer M ter aOs .....
ir1A fc 'trump: confronted with a difficult problem yields with those of March a close in the Morning Rarin'to Go Wren .. a- n+......!. y_ km a

Heart.-7,6,2 The an fact that he had three spades{ wa second. Roasting ears were produce WINTER Walt CUe*.M..*....ms-....b fast stsiinls .

Clubs- 10.4.3 hearts argument, but his against outside bidding hand threa *! on the February plantings If yea fed end the en. ease ts UMfchM. T_ ...<.

i Diamonds-A, K, Q, J, 7 weak that there was little or no was chance*> about 10 days to two weeks earlier GASPARIgM wprldlpok el ptmk dIJD".no.r.lot I ..._4 y-m fill.lisa ...4IIiIL T_.....
fi Spades-J, 4 salty mineral
i; for Z 1 to ..sake two.pa les.On the other than on the March plantings.In water. ofl. dative --...........
,U Here again this you have opportunity hand, Y had a strong heart suit and. it cooperative tests on a farm CARNIVAL ( nay or chewing Bum and aped ..................
ter to Information a.m
;'tier give and you exact can only do so by bring his partner had high; cards in the cthei near Alachua where 4SO pounds ofa to BMte J'OQ' addanry ..wsat ... fiPiatilf3ie.ptp............
suits he
f i would have a Rood chance tu buoyant ad fcao" ; the two no trump. make his bid. general fertilizer waa applied per FESTIVAL ......hIIr.: ..ta+q..fai' q.rt ep''Ater
For
'T'tdp ''i3 t, J t Fourth: I f the dealer's partner holds writer is of the opinion these that reasons Y shn, ttu,,:'., acre the yield was 21 crates per EDUCATIONAL Par the(her* cut* de ill.m Tfep mir .a_r .... -g, Ilasul.a. ., ..rv..slw.aa..w.arra

ur '.hand which justifies a major suit bid three hearts over the two spiu acre more than where no fertilizer V ove ri Till s TIMM mintMnt rasa hrtotrraytMwdhrttoatk
rip, n a '''take-out' of the no trump irrespective bid at either Auction or Contract. It If i ia was applied. However, on a nearby AL / dosKB-fc-- get rt 0>S)-."T.SI .
PIRATICAL ...
*
? r 'ef the double,it should tlso be bid over clone question and shows the value cl plot when only 200 pounds of AT tleltlaed tar Poar itelweaSeat lalMtg ... "\--11- __ ... T.
4i 7, .they double. For exdmVe, with this such hands bpearIvur.nttlrwlt.
bidding -
at once over the .call'teeatlitttilllbailgaar0aeid') IilwLrell.. L" --
of lLMMlLese..41itas
nitrate soda
N ;* ny Jtypoof hand,bid two Ves! : double.Then was applied as a
; s. you don't get into trouble. ....... .
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-- slde-dreaalng the yield was) at high tlesr f.I .-tie M Mi Ulwrasl.rseudl.aeYestser .
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February 1 13. Do others besides man have pearing i our Savior Jesus Christ meeting at 7:30: with the other i )

Be' Kind to the Erring-Brethren the "breath of life?" "And all who hath abolished death and I churches under the leadership of'

if a man be overtaken in a flesh died that moved upon the brought life and Immortality to !, the evangelists who are conducting VANDERB1LT

fault ye which are spiritual restore earth, both of fowl and of cattle "
light through the gospel. 2 Tim. a revival campaign here. Let us all Carrie Prll Nornnaa, tee
such a one in the spirit of and of beasts and of every creep- 1:10.: I cooperate kindly and prayerfullywith

meekness; considering thyself lest Ing thing that creepeth upon the 27. To whom Is eternal life i these meetings.Our r

-ii-a;; U a lamp mo my feet Mi light auto my p th.-Pulm 119:105.V"iTrfi : thou also be tempted.-Galatians earth and every man: all in whose promised? "To them who by patient Wednesday services are discontinued -: Messrs. Melvin Futch of Law-
6:1.What nostrils was the breath of life." continuance in welldoingseek I during the revival cam ley and Frank Norman of this section -

:31trt1iSnrl1r3fi: itltfle: All religious teaching doctrine or Is said about the messenger Gen. 7: 21, 22. for glory and honor and Immortality paign.Flvfli. spent the week-end with Mr

m' ] > 4- 4 .* k creed, U they are to have any claim that bringeth good tidings ? 14. Is their breath the same as eternal life." Rom. 2:7.: and Mrs. Q. C. Norman of Malone.Mr. .

I poa the love loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with Answer, read-Isaiah 52:7.: man's ? "A_ one dieth so dleth Note-One does not need to seek SUNDAY MEETING' and Mrs. J. C. Alvarez and

the fuellings of Jeaua the Christ whoM words fit into every fold and crevice February 2 the other; yea., they have all one for a thing which he already pos family were visiting Mr, and Mrs.f. .

of th daman heart THIS and of whom" it WM said In John 7:46,"NEVER MAN Fate of the Robber Behold, breath; so that man hath no pre,, sesses. The fact that we are to New River Association to be held I C. Edwards of Gainesville Sun

SPAKE LIKE MAN. at evening tide trouble; and before eminence above a beast: for all is seek for Immortality Is proof in it. in rtrooker, Jan. 30-31. day.Mr.

PfUitora of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use this department the morning he Is not. This is the vanity." Eccl. 3: 19. self that we do not now possess it. Saturday Morning 10 a, m. and Mrs. F. M. Norman and

for now* of church activities, organizations and annouuoment *- portion of them that spoil us, and Note.-That ia, here, as well as 28. When will the faithful ba Devotion-Rev. O. P. Raymond. daughters Mattie anti, Cnrra'' Bell,

*. Space freely given and no charge nuwle-the only requirement the lot of them that rob us.-Isaiah beasts die. This present life, with changed to immortality? "Behold. 11 o'clock Sermon by Rev. C. A. pent Sunday: with Mr. And! Mrs.

being tHat such Item reach tl U office before Wednesday morning 17: 14. them, as with the rest of the animal I show you a mystery; We shall I Crosby. Paul Johnson of Raiford.

othefwlee they cannot be handlwl for current Issue. Who said all things are possibleto creation, ts pendent on their not all sleep but we shall all be Noon-Refreshments. Quite a large number of young

-- him who believeth? Answer, breath. When this is gone, they, I changed, In a moment, in the 1:30: p. m. Devotion by L. R. folks attended the peanut popping

I I II and found the disciples in the boat, read-Mark 9:23.: the same as the beasts, die. In this twinkling of any eye. at the lost Conner. given at the home of Mr. and. Mrs.

I SUNDAY SCHOOL I II struggling against the storm. He February 3 respect they have no preeminenceover I trump: for tho trumpet shall sound 2 p. m. Roll call and minutes Sam Whitehead Friday night All

I LESSON I II II went into the boat and immediately There is No Discharge--There Is the beasts. But men have a and the dead shall be raised incorruptible read. reported a very nice time.

I __ I they were at tho land. On the no man that hath power over the future unending life held out before and we shall be changed." 2:30: p. m. Address on Church lllaa Candacy Alvarez spent the
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following day the paople gathered spirit to retain the spirit; neither them, and may If they will 1 Cor. 15:51: 112.I Discipline-Rev. W. T. Meade. week-end with her sister Mrs. .

FOR JANUARY 31, 1932 around him and discussed the miracle hath he power in the day of death: die in hope of eternal lifo whichIs I 29. What Is then swallowed up? 3 p. m. The relation of our Hap. Rodman Reddish of Kalford.

on the previous day. Jesus and there is no discharge in that a very great pre-emlnlnce over "So when this corruptible shall tint Churches to the, needy families Miss Ola Mae Alvarez returned

Subject; : Jesus Feeds the Multi said "My: father giveth you the war.-Eccleslaates 8: 8. the rest of the animal creation. have put on Incorruption and this within our Association. Discussion' h home Sunday from, spending a

tude. true bread from heaven. For the I How can we get an increase and 15. What does Job call that mortal shall have put or. Immortality by Rev. S. S. Proctor, Bro. J. T. week with her relatives and friends

Golden Text: "Jesus said unto I bread of God is he which Cometh blessing from God? Answer, read hlch God breathed Into man's nostrils then shall be brought to pass Quigley Rev. J. L. Norris i In Gainesville<<

them, t am the brend of life: be I down from heaven and giveth life -Psalm 67: 5, 6.February. ? "All the while my breath Is the saying that is written deathIs 7 p. m. Sermon by Rev. O. E. Misses Louise and. Agnes Sapp

that cowieth: to me shall never hunger unto the world. 4 In me and the spirit of God Is In swallowed UI In victory." Verse McQauley and Frank Norman of this section

; and he that believeth on me I Then they said unto him. Lord The Highest Rock Hear my my nostrils." Job 27: 3. 54. See verse 57, Sundiiy Morning 10 a. m Misses Jennie Maude Crosby Lillian -

shall never thirst" evermore give us this bread." cry, 0 God; attend unto my prayer. 16. When man gives up this spirit -. Sunday school lesson by Pastor Kelly and Mr. Floyd Crosby (

Lesson Text: John 6: 171. After a disclosure by Jesus and From the end of the earth will I what becomes of It? "Then shall INTEREST GROUINO IN Rev. W. 11. Barnes of Corinth, attended the sing at

Practical Truth: "Since Jesus lathe much murmuring by the Jews Jesus cry unto thee: lead me to the rock the dusts return to the earth as it REVIVAL': 11 o'clock sermon Rev. II. L. the home of Mr. Karl Dukes of

bread of life none need be in said:: "I am the bread of life. that Is higher than I.-Isalm 61: 1, was: and the spirit shall return Chapln Starke. Dukes Thursday night. 1

want spiritually." I Your fathers did eat manna in the 2. unto God who gave' it." Note-That The revival being conducted by Noon--Refreshments. p -

TIme and Place: April A. D. :29; ,wilderness and are dead. This is To whom. and for what sum did is. the spirit of life by which man Evangelists Lakin and Walker In 1:30: p. m. Devotion Value of Federal government approved r

Northeast shore of the Sea of Gall- the bread which cometh down from Judas sell his Lord and Master? lIeves, and which Is only lent him this city Is taking on renewed Interest Sunday Schools to Our Churches-! expenditure of 9000.00 for con.

lee. After the time of the last heaven that a man may eat thereof Answer, read Matt.. 20:14-16.: of God.. at death .coon. back to the daily The people come from Rev. J. L. Norils. struction of waterway from Stuart

lesson Jesus called the twelve and not die. I am the living -- great author of.!life. Having coma the town and country In such large Roll Call and business. Florida to Fort Myers Florida byway

apostles' preached the sermon op bread which came down from heaven .SEVENTh( DAY ADVENTISTS from Him It belongs to God and number that they were forced to B. Y. P. U. program-C. R. Neal of St. Lucie canal, Lake Okeechoboe .

the mount, and performed various : if any man eat of this bread, man can have it eternally only aa vacate the courthouse and, continuethe In charge. and Caloosahatchee river

miracles. he shall live for ever: and the Bible study at Mr. Adam Green's a gift from God through Jesus! services at the Methodist I, We expect the evangelists, Lakin --+ '

Today's lesson begins with these bread that I will give is my flesh I home Wednesday at 7::30. All wel Christ. Rom. 6:23.: When the spirit church. Forty people have responded and Walker to be with us Saturday Bay Harbor Southern Kraft
I
word "After these things Jesus -I which I will give for the life of ,'come. Subject for study. What Is giea back to God the dust from to the Invitation during the first morning. paper mill resumed operations; ; I IOTIt'I'

Went over the Sea of Galilee the world." Man? which man was made a "living week and many are confident' that I. -- .

which la the Sea of Tlberas." I The Jews ate Manna in the wild. I :1. In what condition was man soul" in the beginning, goes backas more than one hundred will come SAXTOJf \ ) TO' UF.II''OIlI ANt

"After these things" refers to erness and died, they ate the created? "Thou madest him a little It was, to the earth and the individual before next Sunday night. The ( IIKIUTOH4Nnllce ,

the attendance of Jesus at a feast leoaves and fishes on the mountainside lower than the angels." Ps. 8:5.: no longer exists as a living town and country churches are cooperating Preaching every first and third "creditor I I"lea-uteeii, hereby.. dl driven>trlt>iitea, that and all I t

JerU ftlem. There were Feaata and afterward died but Jesus 2. What will be the final condition conscious, thinking being except beautifully in this revival Sundays at 3 p. m., by Rev. W. B. nil per..oMK hiving .IRlm"I HKfllnxt
at
of TAbernacles, In October: of Pe- said "I am the living bread which of the righteous 7 "Neither can as he exists in the mind, plan of old time religion, and it bids Christy of the Lawtey Methodist th. estate. ma of lierehv J. W r.icctrd Andrew. "to 1'.,P"'j dctiHNpd. *-

dlcatton, in December; of Purim, In came down from heaven: if any they die any more for they are and purpose of God, through Christ fair to become one of the greatest church. Preaching services on sec. went their clnlm to the llonorabl ,.
eat of this bread he shall live equal unto the and and the resurrection. In this ond and fourth Sunday at 11 Oeo A. Inrdlnxr, comity julga at i
March: of the Passover, In April man angels, are the sense meetings Starke and Bradford:: I trad fort ('",,anly, Flnrlna. fur his
and f Pentecost in May. Each forever: and the bread that I will children of God, being the childrenof "all live unto Him" (Luke 20:38): ), county ever witnessed. o'clock by Rev. Sellers of Jackson approval' \\t''h:'; one year from; Oatshereof !
t>
is which I will the resurrection." for all to be raised from the villa, and singing In the afternoonat or notlc will bn held In
give flesh Luke 20 are
of these feasts is advocated by my give : 35 Evangelist Lakin of West Virginia 3:00 har thereto ami all perentiN Indebted. ITO 1
some as the one referred to. Herod for the life of the world." 36. dead. See John 5:28, 20i; acts 24; and Walker of Mississippi : o'clock. Everybody Invited. to eald, eetntn are required!,, to pay ,

Antlpas one of the rulers of Judea By these statements Jesus referred 3. What are the angels called ? 15; Rom. 5:17.: have been co-workers for several :NOIK.J 10 1I ''their Bald debts Admlnletrntor.TMa forthwith. to the Un.dq.relgned .[

built: the City of Tiberias on to his death on the cross. "And of the angels lie saith who 17. Who only hnve hold on eternal years and the Lord has smiled HUlMTOtlN. 'I'Oltl! A\l) ; 8th clay of January, A. D 'I'i

shore of Lake Galilee His sacrifice for the sins of the maketh His angels spirits and His life 7 "He that hath the Son hath graciously upon them by giving' NaiLs 193a'J. '
the western I IN hereby given (lint All i w. ANnnrcwfl.! ,lr.
people who would him. ministers a flame of fire." Heb. life and he that hath not the Son them ..,rilltorH, l .. ,
and dedicated the City of Tiberias accept li: ; thousands of souls for their I..K..t. e", nlntrlliut..i>. and I-8-H-3-4 Atninistrati'rsoi'hrii ,
7. of God hath life." 1 John 5:12. hire. nil .iirrHoiiM, having rlnlitm age iflM( -_. -- I'
no :
the Enjperor of Rome; and the They will speak to the prisoners the endue of Everett Murklrv. JnhnH I I
name became attached to the lake WEEKLY SEKMONETTK! 4. What Is the difference betweenthe Note-the veriest sinner has this at the state farm next Sun dectmxpil. are hereby, iiulred, to AI'rJoanIn

also called Lake two Adams ? "The first man temporal life; but when he yieldsup day at 11 a. m. A great mass preHKtit their rlnlmi duly authenticate Plrfult Court Twenty-Sixth Judicial .
nearb). It was !, to the lion. n leo. A. Irmll. Circuit In nmt fur nrailford J
GenDeflsarett. and In the Old Testa Why Be Envious of the '''Wicked ,Adam was made a living soul; the this life he has no prospect or meeting at the Methodist church ner rnunty judg- of Bradford "..un. County, stats of Florida, In Chancery I
last Adam was made a promise of the life eternal. That Sunday afternoon ty 1..I..hla.. for bin approval, withIn ,
Chinnereth. quickening at three o'clock
ment. Sea of Psalm 37:1.: Fret not thyself because one j"ar from ilnto hereof or thl. Th* Federal T-nnd Bunk of Columbia I'j
"Atod a great multitude followed of evildoers. neither be thou spirit. 1 Cor. 15:45.: can be received only through and again Sunday night at the nollce will he held In har Iheieto, a coporntlon.Plaintiff.. "

him. and Jesus went up Into a envious against the workers of In- 8. Are our present bodies natural Christ. same church. The Methodist and I anI, all are poi-norin reijuexteil". Indebted to. to their enlil. nalil.entut 1"

mountain and there he sat with iquity. or spiritual ? "Howbeit that 18. Why was Adam driven from the Baptist churches have dispensed debt forthwith to the pay un. W. Ilnrry and Maths Hurry, his 't t"t"V" ,

his disciples. And the Passover e. 2. For they shall soon be cut was not first which is spiritual but the garden of KJen and excluded with their evening services administratrix.Thin' wits, et al. Defendants. ,11 ;

feast of the Jews, was night." The down like the grass and wither as that which is natural; and after- from the tree of life ? "And now, In order to attend these meetings. 'ru III"'tltn: ELIZAIU-mi f>f Jnmtnry: ,JOHNfl.:1012: It appearing hv affidavit ap t ,

number were on their way to the herb. ;v ard that which Is spiritual." Verse lest he put forth his hand and take l-15-Bt-3.il.I. AdmlnlHtratrlxMOTICH penned to the bill filed In the above 4'
great green
mate cause. that the reeldenr of B.Mrnun g',.
the J'as'sover:\ feast .at Jerusalem. 10. For yet a little while, and 46. of the tree of life and eat and live BAPTIST 'ro IHOIITOHHciiKinroita: ANn anil F. H. }Hodnon,. two of the J
6. When will the righteous have forever." Gen. 3:22.: ; defundantft therein mined la unknown '
"Wafcn Jesus saw a great company the wicked shall not be: yea thou and that defendant 19] Bract I
come unto him he saith unto Philip Shalt diligently consider his place, spiritual bodies? "It is sown a natural 19. What was clone to keep man Sunday school at 10 a. m. A. J. rrmlltorH Notice .In hereby given that all and F. H. hudson I the are ''I

whence shall be buy bread that and >t shall not be. body; It Is raised a spiritual away from th.- tree of life? "So Thomas, supt. Over one hundred I nil person leRntee, having*. dletrtuuteea claims avalniit and ,ordered of twenly-on: that laid year, defandnnta;.1:1"t be. and !

these may eat? 17. The arms of the wicked body. There is a natural body and He drove out the man: and He present! last Sunday. The men's : deceased the ."1,1. of Wllll/inm O. Komyth they are hereby. required to appearto .

Philip answered him two hundred shall be broken. there is a spiritual/ body." Verse 44. placed at the east of the garden class Is Increasing. Come to It. The preM.nt their, as's Claims hereby. duly, required aulhentlfated to tile bill of complaint' tiled In a"l ldomjne
7. To what does the here cherubim and a flaming sword young matron's class to the lion. ..... anm tielnsr for (the fnracloKure > -
pennyworth of bread is not 35. I have seen the wicked in sowing will start I (! A. Owrdl- of not, and tnortgnir. and other
sufficient for them that everyone great power, and spreading him spoken of refer ? "That which I which turned every way to keep next Sunday. All you women who ty ncr> ,Florida county, judge for hie of approval Hr ad ford within coun relief I on or: before lo ,.nil.rl lat

of them may take a little." Luke self like a green bay tree. thou sowest Is not quickened. except I the way of the tree of life." Verse can please come and help organizeat on unties* year will from date. her..or. or tal* day Vise. of the February. allegation, A. of ft.",nl<1:bill other will
to it die." Verse 30. NoteMandoes ,24. once. be held. In bar thereto, h*. taken a. confessed l by said d*-
6:12 "When the day began and all
36. Yet he and lo
: says passed away persons Indebted' to lalil ."- fendunt.,
not now possess the undying I 20. How are all men in the natural Worship at 11 a. m. Sermon tat. are reiieeted. to
away" "Two hundred Penny by pay their said .
wear he was not: yea, I Bought him debts. It I I.* further ordered that this order
worth" or about $32.00 C a penny but he could not be found. spiritual nature of the angels, except I state regarded? "We the pastor. Our evening service admlnlnlrntnr.forthwith' to the undersigned l : he publlHheil one a Week top

being the price of a day's work. 38. The transgressors shall be aa he holds It by faith In were by nature the children of will not be held, as our congrega. Thin. nth day of January, : 1012 fur (coiiMevtlve*oiinty, Telegraph weekn, In a n the.wapapeifpuhllNhed BraO.fnrI .

"Andrew saith unto him, there destroyed together: the end of the Christ; nor will be until the resur I wrath, even as others." Eph. 2:3.: tion Is asked to unite In a massNOTI I J-.-9t-.1-4: J. A,Administrator IIA TLJoHH. : ,In Nam county and *tat .,

Is a lad here which hath five barley wicked shall'be cut ol?. rection. Then, If righteous, he will 21. If the wrath of God abides' -. loll Thin: :30th dny of tJecember, A. P.

loaves, and two small fishes: Prayer. Put within our hearts a be made Immortal and he cannot on a person of what does It deprive ICH' O. W. ALDISIWAN\
but what so love of die any more (Luke 20:36): ), be- him ? "lIe that believeth not NOh'C III h..r..by clv..n Ih..t the ro ((1'11)' Clerk are they among righteousness, 0 God, and Ci public /IInwln" described land will h* sold H.] M. JOhNS/ ,
many?" keep us faithful to thee in the cause he will be "oqual unto the the son shall not see life; but the the lit B1"1'lon..Id on he FIHMT MON I LAY IN FRIIFCUAItY 1 3512. helnx Attorney for i'lulntlff..
month before
t IIJ
Tb, barley loaves were round midst of wicked men. Amen. angels. wrath of God abldeth on him." ford county State .of Florida or 2o Courthouse' thereof' rioor at I4tark. Bradmuch : 1-l.tt-l-tfl,
to a* will t .
cakea inch thick. It was 8. How Is man's nature defined John 3:36.: pay the amount due. for tax* tn ,<01..11.| the Name, toitether> ncviieary: ;
about one Remember the Sabbath day to coel of such Pale. and advcrllaln with the NOTKM' 10 "AIM-MA
? "Shall mortal man be more 22. Through whom Is the sinner C. A, FUTCH Tax Collector,
the bread of the poorer peoplu. Keep it Holy-Exodus 20:8.: Clerk Circuit, ,, A 'sworn Mil of complaint ha.
Cort.'t.a.a
"Jesus Mid :Make the men sit Just than God? Job 4:17.: saved from wrath "Much more I>.....1.<... b.-n filed In the office I nf the: clericof
down about five thousand Mortal: "Subject to death."I.odtlr. ."- then, being now justified by His Lot I ft" lot 86 ft. N 8 by 5ev. 'I' n I. A. .* mMtmIf. circuit of i-nnrt. of the 2$lh Judicialcircuit
DAILY BIBLE READINGS '-- Florida In and for Krad-
,. 60 ft. K & W
And Jesus took the loaves; and blood we shall be saved from and lot 7 ex. 60 In ft NfiJ A car ford county, In dmnoery, by Jam..*
when he had given thanks he distributed 9. What is God's nature? "Now through Him." Kom. 5:9.: 101I & t Rile IS Original: part n Kllnlm, Kite Kit na executor. of eelat of '
January 29God's unto the King eternal, immortal 23. With whom Is the Christian'sfuture Town __ __29 to the disciples and the E'A Hlk HO -?-- I V. Knight f 8074 I ant, In which' bill h* ..e.ka c o a. *xtended ----------
to them that were set Word Stands The grass Invisible, the only wise ,God, be life hid? "For ye are dead Kilty. map e x 8 lot ft on 2* foienloM a nuirtirii' over the fol ,
disciples withereth the flower fadeth but Lot S f 33 J. **. Ifounir .... _______ g..11 I',win* land In Ilrarlford county, '
: honor and nik ,
down and likewise of the fishes as glory forever and ever." (to sin) and your life la hid with I 1 U T. 4 Co'*' .. 1"10.1." ".. to-wlt:

much;as they would. the word of our God shall stand 1 Tim. 1: 17 Immortal: "Exempt Christ In God." Col. 3:3.: Tot addition. 1284- .Blk. _3_U .T_, A. It a la 11. J. Davis .___________.- j.40Mm. II acres In. BW corner of HKH lot
N/oJ"/ and N'. of ,
Only\ the men were counted. It forever. -Isaiah 40:8. from liability to die."-Webster. 24. When will this life be bestowed Co1 addition -. .._ j g a IS Mary E. B Smith Hun ftKVt** of II H'ctlon Kaet at'1 28, i.,/.
: What breaks the L",. I :2 :8 I 4 11 12 U 14 Dlk Truby _____ 11 f8 Twp. 1 .
is sid the women and children connection be- 10. Of what was man formed in upon the believer? "When 11 I* T. A ('..'. addition.. Wl. of 8VVH of NWV of "Section' 10
were placed In another group. The tween God and man ? Answer read the beginning? "And the Lord God Christ who Is our life shall appear -, Lot of 3 nik 12 H 8 ft of lot 4 21 9 33: Mrs. Mary K. Truby ____ 12.11 TWI'I Lot 8 and Month W.,.., of Itana-a Ix>t 24 S2 and Kant BVt an4 nf;J

-Isaiah 59:1: 2January. formed man of the dust of the then shall also appear 14 U T. Co1 1 In Woodlawn In Section 20,
people ate "as much as they ye addition _-._._,.... 28 a ta r tp.2IIG ;
30 Lot Floyd Green ____. ._ 22.41 Hnuth itange 12 Kaet, and
would." The bread and fishes increased ground. Gen. 2:7: first part. with Him In glory. Verse 4.Note Co' 11 14 Bile 14 L. T. A uontalnlnK 112kacre.., more or 1....
,
addition .
as Jesus distributed themto Trust Him Always Commit 11. What act made him a living -The word Immortal occurs Lfl.l22flIkl1jT,5>> 28 fl 93 R. A. Green. __.-___ .___ 4.U! Ttie (defendant as'Blnot whom *al<|
thy way unto the Lord; trust also soul? "And (God) breathed Into but once in the English Bible (1 Co" addition _._III bill complaint In filed are a* fnl
the disciples who handed it to 12 M'.. Ancelln/ low: John A. Ebel Jr.
Lot 1 Well.r .. U.21 Lucy U.
4
In Him. Psalm 37 or -BH, IMk SI 1
: 5. his nostrils the breath of and ia there to T. the residence of
life and Tim. applied ; enrh of
the people. "When they were filled ; .1:17: Co'm $ub.' Ofv. __. : Eh..p whom
b4 said unto his disciples gather What Is the promise if we stay :man became a living soul" Same God. Lot 4 Hlk) 82 U T.?A Co'.JJ. I aa: L, C. Powell ___ ..___h__ .11( fl 'Marshall': therein I and: wife to b* 'unknown: 5'.
Maretha. K. J.
up the fragments that remain, vvlih the Lord Answer read- verse, last part. Note-The living 25. Who only possesses Inherent Late sub.. I T'lv.II Hlk-..2._Davie_,_and_U i aa I Charll Thoma __ __ .h tJ. .11 I Marshall/ h. residence of each. .of

that nothing be lost. Therefore they Chron. 15:2 7. soul was not put into the man, but immortality? "Who is the blessed All Trilby's Hilt 'addition --__.28 5 J3 I M. Truby _. __________ Ula whom' City I la stated In Htate therein of Delaware to' b* Delaware and, -

gathered and filled twelve baskets January 31 breath of life which was put into and only potentate the King of tion ..0 ..-..*.-.--. _- their poet office box to be 485 b.ia.
with the fragments." It was Important The Royal Law If ye fulfill man made him-the man made of kings and Lord of lords; who only All Hike- D B V ?nuin>(JS i 11 i J. H. Ritch ______hu_ 8430 I war. City liaa, Uelawure That complalnant -
mad
the royal law according to the the earth-a soul 1 Tim. 6:15: 16. adtiltloa. __._..__._.28 fl 92 John and dlllirent eearth.
to lave the food and living or crea hath Immortality. Lot. 2 1 of Dlk 3 In .1. D. A. Curtis _____._._ 21.10 Inquiry to ascertain the reel.dene "

also our time, health, intellect and scripture thou shall love thy ture. Note.-God is the only being whopossesses One Jane addition _--M f 22 u H. C. Bitch ....________ 27.52Turner who,*** of residence each of I Ic stated said defendant to b* un '7
every blessing we have. Upon Jesus neighbor as thyself ye do wall: 12. Are other creatures besides I original life or immortality I 4 third of Silk Interest I In J.. D.In Jon Lots." known and ha. been unabl to a.. .'
but if ye have respect to persons man called Himself. All others must certain the earn or either of the 'I
feeding the five thousand the "living souls? "And in addition. _21 I 23 I Molt
and
A Oarrli __ I.41 I am* that h* baa mad dlii.gent ,
ye commit sin and are convictedof the second God. See John 5-: Com. 10 it from
people desired to make him king of angel poured out his receive Call and effort to ascertain a more '
Orange its A
the Jews, but Jesus sent the disciple : the law aa transgressors. vial upon the sea; and it becameas 26; 6:27: ; 10:10: 27, 28; Rom. 6:23: ; run H 106 ft I*] 6JV4 N act Marihall location A wife of the Maretha reeldence B. of J. 1"M'...x'i'i
James 2:8: 9. the blood of a dead man and every 1 John 5:11.: 106 ft to Call 81. thonc shall, and
Across the sea and he departed ; wa unable to do so. That
into a mountain. That night Why did Jesus say unto all,, both living soul In the sea died." 26. Through whom has immortality All W nik.on laid S *x 81.drip to bo of*.land_..21 I 23: Unknown .__..__ ".BOB. said .bill al.o name all defendant
on. J A. Addlenn of .
he went across to the west shore young and old. Watch? Answer, Rev. 16:3. See also Gen. 1:30: been brought to light? "But 4 10 ft t In off N nldx lot ty, Florida, who I I..* alleged Hradford to coun b. In I'
and all lots
read-Matt. 24: 42-44. I 4 7 T.mpl poaeeeiilon. of ald f.
of the sea. walking on the water, margin. Is now made manifest by the ap- *'. addition ____!. I 21 H. John _.._,._____ 11.11 I II and that all said land defendant a* tenant are, ,

----- ._- over ,the a!re.of. twenty-one years of
-- BK\ ann mat mere. la no pereon. in -
the state of Florida the .....vle. of
THE MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" subpoena upon whom would bind
: By L F. Van Zclm aid defendant, or either, of them, ,
: who.. realdencen. la atated. therein
I to b* unknown and whoe ,."101.",,. -
I III stated. therein to b* In Delaware
I nit>> 3Buu City Slat of Delaware.
f It I., therefore ordered thai the
MAtti e l .n : : defendant John A. Kbel Jr.. Lucy
lEACh NCU9PKPO! ? T M. Eb.... F. B Marehall and Marthn
:. ,
K. J. Marehall. and each of them t.
and they are hereby required to file
MMHSThUTIN with the Clerk of Bald Court their
DAY-Po written appearance (personally or
WHITS HEAT '- by attorney) In saId" court on or be
fore the fire* Monday; February t-'
TSna/TPfe rTrSTtOQUJWNSta 1\ A. P.. 19.12. the can. being the fireS
HUNG 149fWSCSlOUSfiJrDLE day thereof and thereafter to rue
FQOMMOT5T --- with mid Clerk their written d*.'
.- Fen... If any to the bill of complaint
.
i.w GrYTHC I X SCOCO In a.lt! suit at tha time prescribed
L.MQ"t 6I&3LE.UIM9CLP. .... by law.. ami herein fall not or. decree A
GET SOME T...... prn-cnnfeHMo will b. entered,
54I5TANC6SWOOWED- against them and each of them who
GAtJ.Y 01+. .u full tn appear or dofetiil.
It In further ordered that this or.
wofcri .l..r b*. published onoe each .week
tratvft for four conevcutlv, week the
:
:. .urn being five weuklk
R &Grr ".. I Issue.) In
-== the Bradford County Telegraph a
'ECTAaE 1HG'ING -- weekly newspaper. published In eatS
IMC BPtSZt.eumxc Bradford County, Florida, next. prior f
so said lat day of February A. D.
sa!" 1'1 1532. I
'" ?ll Ixm and ordered at Ptark*. FlorIda. : -
thl I* Hit day of December, A.
IT is HOPCO TUarvia. D. 1931.
O. W. ALDF.RMAN.:
J Cleric Circuit, Court
t1 1Lsr'd. J- (Official Heal )
fP4T _. atj KNIOHT KNIOIIT. .
Stance. P1
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PAG13 EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TEUEOBAFn, SIAHKE. FLORIDA
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i' Bradford uniyTelegraphEstablished small towns throughout the nationas 1' been a leader of the Florida legis- turn the whole darn -- =
a means to stimulate employ- lature. Although coming from a Late over to Dr. PLAYHOUSE!
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Knapp
From Other Pens I j ment. "My friends, declared Mr. 00 then he could
1877 sparsely populated part of the go on ahead and DIP the COWS
Green, "it is the height of Inconsistency
state, In the real "cracker"country 1.-- while '
i up his
.... for to assistant ,wag MILKIN'
us continually vote
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he succeeded last summerin the
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(?1o MOTORIST.
:; Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Tag! Tag! Tag! Tag--Starke! millions and millions of dollars for winning the election as presidentof 1'i. Classify -

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Telegraph. And after February 1, the erection of magnificent buildings the senate and in 1932 would Last week we had a
Strawberry
yes, temples of stones and By RUSSELL KAY /
I Tag) Tag! Tag! Tag! Tag! That'sa towers of bricks here in the na have presided over that body. Secretary, Florid PKM Auoci trio.I Festival at Bowling Green and this

;C. Matthews .__ u ,__? __ __ __ ,_ ___ Owner and Publishei 23 percent increase.-Clermont tion's capital-when back in our His wife was at this side during week it's the Orange Festival at
Press. much of his legislative experienceand Winter Haven. We
J. C. Itobinson _.____ ___ __ ___ _____-____ Managing EditoiSUBSCRIPTION -o-- poverty-stricken and depressed dis knew the work. She has said don't know whether Florida I Festivals, Satsuma also have Bean
tricts we curt nof'Tget a federal cows are contented or not but If Festivals, Wa
Lake City Reporter is of the she will qualify for the primary termelon Festivals
$2 ,OOO.:" We ain't ought to be. and if you ask
building costing eves they they sure
continued In next June and hopes to be elected
KATE opinion that snows me, with 15 Hopefuls
runnln'
are In with Mr. be less for
hearty //Cprll This state may more or
district. Womenof
California will compel that stateto from the fifteenth
governor, we're about
Yearly, $1.50; Six: Months, 75c-Payable in Advance get a new chamber of commerce, Greene idea to 'Tiave the federal this state, especially those who brutal with her taxpayers, but no- greatest Raspberry Festival to stake the
her the
Rates -Starke Telegraph,, And also some government thuja.spend its moneyIn know what her district is like will body can say she ain't kind to world has ever known
Advertising on Application smaller with freaks
communities althoughwe cattle.
I more tourists.-Lake City Re speaking for >ne section of the glory in her spunk. clowns strontr u men.-_, RAT.rrvn_____ ,

Perhaps we will find a real wet rain in the spring. porter. -0- district Mr; Green'rtfpresents,don't SEVEN WONDERS-0--OF FLORIDAThe I don't know any other state dancers BALLYHOO.TOM-TOME and plenty of
Newspaper paragraphers and think the terms '"povertystrickenand that's built nice concrete sidewalks

t o columnists have been credited with depressed districts" quite ac- Dixie County Advocate gives with tender grass planted on both Winter -
Officers will start their game of tag with outomobilists I causing the popularity of the curate. Not by any means.-Ocala the following interesting Informa- sides where cows can ankle and Is a KNOCKOUT Haven's and Orange Festival
a
Monday. Sugenle hat to run its course so Morning Banner. tion on Florida: nibble. And if you don't thing advertisement for wonderful
-o-- i Mrs. Cow has the Florida citrus
rapidly. At last paragraphers and Our state has its seven wonders
0 columnists have justified their ex Hop and III pit and among natural ones, the fol- you,just DON'T KNOW.
Citizens of Hillsborough county voted against horse and istence.Ocala Star (Wauchula Advocate) lowing (1) The coral Islands, keys

.' dog racing. o The Starke Telegraph claims we and reefs off the southern end of We require our motorists
Starke. Telegraph notes that i want frog-hopping contests legalized Florida, the only part of the United BLOW their HORNS, but
I 0- Florida had a bumper crop of nuts : much as the state legalized States growing in area. In yearsto ever thought of askin' a cow
Melbourne Times calls Jacksonville the city of gubernatorial in 1931 and adds that the 1932 horse and dog racing some months come no doubt these keys will BLOW hers. You and ME have

cravings. crop promises to be even heavier. back. become part of mainland by reason switch on our tail lights
" t Now, J. C., that's a mean dig at The learned Starve editor has us of the channels filling up. ((2)) The darkness overtakes us, but
a ,
the candidates for political office! I wrong. So far as.our Frogology St. Johns River the largest and Cow don't even have to switch ,
'ti One gubernatorial candidate will likely appeal to the -Gainesville Dally Sun. goes, frog hopping ia not against longest river flowing north in the tai',
I
voters to have a Hart. the law. If so, bur Hardee county United States and tidal for more -
:, Florida becme a strawberry frogs trans nothing about it. Why, than a hundred miles. ((3) Silver And if you're just an :
o ------- shortcake state Hardee we've seen 'em hop 10 to 15 feet Springs in Marlon county, with a NARY taxpayer, you better

If gasoline is the soul of the nation, then it is undoubtedly county alone has already contrib- with ease, andnqbody consultedthe flow of water to make a stream darn careful not to get on

Florida's salvation. uted a million and a half pints of law books before Mr. frog took deep enough to float steamboats. SHOULDERS but the cows
this delicious fruit and Lakelandand off, either ((4)) The Sponge fishing on the play leapfrog all over 'em and ,
o Plant still the On one occasion several local away with it. i
City are on job Gulf Coast the only one In the
I, County candidates are evidently waiting for the waters with Starke and Lawtey getting enthusiasts were posing with Congressman United States. ((5) Royal Palms i

to warm before diving in. into the game.-Gainesville Dally Drane for a picture with Park, in Dade County, developedby We hear a lot about.

.. Sun. the frogs and frog hunters. the State Federation of Women's 'BEAUTIFICATION, but that
-O -- Just about the time the photographers Clubs. (6) Lake Okeechobee, be just a STOCK phrase
I' Nature has been kind this winter to those people i in the For some reason or other there got "all set" or whatever the largest body of water solely there are more SCRUBS t

f north who could not afford to come to Florida. doesn't seem to be as many travel he had to get done, one of the big within the boundaries of one state. SHRUBS on most of our roads i

ing evangelists trying to save the frogs decided to leave the scene ((7) The largest phosphates deposits our highway plantings seem to
-o souls of us Florida folks as we used of operatons. Without a word he and mines in America. Other more Bull than anything else, .
If you can't get a job maybe it's because you don't use to see about this time of the year. took wing and. although a long lists can be made to include the far as I can see. r.I I

I.>a certain well known safety razor each morning. Perhaps that law that prevents string dangled from his leg Mr. Ocklawaha, the crookedest navi H
these itinerants from taking up Frog hopped off the road, across gable river in America; disappearing But we really ought to i
--0 collections has caused them to consider an adjoining ditch,, and into a and undergrown rivers and this unique Florida i
One reason why the two dollar bills are not popular is us crackers as past redemp nearby marsh. In fact, he bopped lakes and sea beaches the finestin Why not erect an arch over I

[because they are twice as hard to get as the ones. tion.-Ocala Star, clear out of the picture.If the world, existence here of trees main arteries bearing this
----o- you or anybody else thinks not known to botanists elsewhereon "Enjoy Florida ZEPHYRS

o It begins to look as though frog-hopping needs to be legalizedyou earth; an abundance of temperate dodging our HEIFERS." 8e
.: A $10 tag will cost you $12.50 Monday, with the sheriff's Congressman Green is going to are 'way behind. on your "f rog- I and sub-tropical vegetation in 8d
"
'::cost for assisting you in your selection; added to it. have a clear field again. An ology. the form ot trees, shrubs vines. And if the legislature Is I
earnest worker for the Interestsof But speaking.of hopping, we are plants, flowers bushes, grasses sincere In Its desire to cut
o his district he has built up a going to stage ''a frog-hopping mosses, etc., the oldest In the Unit- penses, why not combine the
Punta Gorda Herald has uncovered nineteen candidates large group of supporters and contest here in Wauchaula soon, ed States; the largest frame hotel highway and livestock boards

'for governor, counting the Ethiopian in the woodpile. those who consider opposing him and invite all you fellows who area In world; the overseas railway to

; might better think twice and bit backward,on this subject to Key West on which trains roll Mr. Dyer has done
--0 with this
thrice.-Ocala Morning Banner come down and watch 'em jump. along on tracks 16 feet above the It is
Along with other useless advice for ---- hoped that they will win
/ 1932 can be put the -0-.: water and for long stretches out part of the $500.00
in
Inverness Chronicle's "Look before "We have secured State Road 82 of of land the Bok given
you leap, gals. a new reporterfor sight ; Singing iums to the club
boys in
the Blade, which will,, be good (Lake City Reporter..) Tower near Lake Wakes, and the this ,
o year although the
to readers. Helen The mills grind slowly but ex- $2 ,OOOOOO
news our High- Rlngllng Art Museumat is to
, Florida Newspaper News, in writing about the dates of water will write items about the ceendlngly fine and so every once Sarasota etc. before.sure be greater that

,;the press meet in Live Oak, must have used the new 13- weather, from time to time. She.Is i In awhile there Is a boost for road Travelers in the time of Alex- The fair opens
'. month calendar. well qualified for the position as 82 which means a great deal to ander the Great selected the seven and lasts for two upon Feb.
reporter and weather observer as Lake City and Columbia coun'ty.The most marvelous works of the has been selected weeks. Mr. |
o she is blessed with rheumatism latest encouragement comes day and called them the Seven boys' exhibits to help place t.Sd
and
I Macclenny Press reported a tiger hunt in its last issue owns an unmbrella and bas two from our sister state to the north Wonders of the World. These were Mr R. W. Blacklock will leave
I new almanacs.-Buffalo (Kan.) where the work pf grading has already -. the Pyramids of the state
in which the aforesaid tiger Egypt Hang- leader, on Thursday
got away. Must not have be this week.
Blade. commence and where bids ing Gardens of Babylon the Statueof
; longed to the blind specie. -0At are being asked for..a steel bridge I Zeus of Olympia, the Temple of inY

.I ----- --o the press dinner for the S R. across the Suwapnee river below Diana at Ephesus, the Mausoleumat 1
Two Germans p A. Friday night, at Starke, a Fargo.In Rhodes, and the Pharos (lighthouse oo ,
are working over'rockets
by which
: they big dish of strawberry shortcake the meantime Columbia coun- ) at Alexandria. Of these oo
propose to shoot mail through space from Berlin to New York. was served. Gee, but it was good ty's share in the road, represented great accomplishments of ancient

;?Another hazard for ocean fliers. for there Is no finer flavored straw- in bonds and cash in its sinking days only the pyramids remain In 1 0o
berries In the world than the ones fund is fast being made availableto anything like their original form
a grown in and around Starke. The the state road department. The today.
State road 82 from Lake City to the Georgia line will bean memory of those delicious berries necessary resolutions of both the T

important addition to the state's highway system, and a would almost male one eat the county commissioners of this county Bradford 4-U Club '

|* heavy feeder to our own road 28. strawberry off the attractive wrap- and of the elate road depart- lions Exhibit Corn
ment have been
per of the Bradford County Tele- duly passed and >
0-- graph.-Perry News. signed. The only fly in the oint- South Florida Fair

That railway engineer, who recently retired with a total o ment at the' present time Is the Phone :

of four million miles to his One effect of the nine-mill reduction sudden and unexpected change In Eleven Bradford county 4-H ,
credit as pilot, will likely spend a I In the state tax rate, according the state road department but this Club boys are making exhibits of 'I'I
good portion of his time taking train rides. to statements appearingIn should not alter the policies already their corn at the South Florida IT

.Y --o i various newspapers ia that laid.down r.bir that organization Fair' at Timpa from corn which [

As the Vero Beach Press-Journal property owners are paying their they grew on their club projectslast
points out while
communities taxes: more promptly this year than To really clinch} the hard surfacing year according to Mr. L. T.
are sometimes improved by people moving in, they last. At least a dozen tax' collectors of thl highway It behooves Dyer county agent.

|",, are frequently improved by people moving out. have reported larger receipts Columbia courtly citizens to 'scan This corn was shown by the boysat Sum beam COFFEE
1 during December and January on closely the preelection promises, Starke last fall at the annual
o the 1931 roll than for the previous as well as the record for keeping 4-H Club contest day. Then It was Vacuum Packed

One authority suggests a 25 percent tax on bootleggersand year, and while the total tax bill promises, of,the several candidates taken over by Mr. Dyer and stored

'if speakeasies. If collectible it would mean the abolishment is smaller a larger amount of i i in the field for governor. and fumigated until ready for ship- 5/Ihs. Great
money Is being collected, due to I Road 82 will' tap the eastern ment to Tampa.
I of practically all other forms of :
taxation. the heavier payments.-OCala Star.A'lleapln southbound travel. It should The boys making exhibits this
I
0r ---o-- double the traffic into and out of year are Howard Moore, Wilson PORK & BEANS,
Speaking of roaming cattle Lake City making it far and ahead May, and Woodrow Hinson of the
on our highways Florida
Just fill your heart a-heapln' the greatest motoring local point Theressa community; Ivan Hazen, 8 Ib. Pail
Press Association
secretary advances as his idea of a good I With the glories of the day, of the state. No stone should be Fred Shaw, Ellaha Barron, Marka- Swift's

state slogan: "Enjoy FJorida zephyrs while dodging our And forget the doubts and shadows left unturned in aiding along the lee Brannen and Everett Gaineyof

heifers." cause; no Influence..' I' should be neg Brooker; and Nelson Moore and 10 Octagon Soap or l
; lected. Clarence Rhoden of Hellbronn.
,r That beat your' dally way.
0 Don't question what the future -:a These boys together with 17 boys /, 5c pkg. :

-:.: Following the lead of the St. Petersburg Independent i in May cross your pathway lay. .. A Woman Candidate from Union county will exhibit 70

[giving away its daily issue each day the sun falls to shine the But fill your heart aheapln'With (Miami Dally News..) ears 10 ears, and one ear each. I, We cans TOMATO
Florida
', the glories of the day. Is to have her' woman The corn was very carefully re-se ,
)Telegraph is going to give away its weekly issue every week -Frank Stanton. candidate running to fUl the office lected! and replaced in barrels be No. 21-2 cans SPIN
':snow falls within the county. --e---- left vacant by a dead husband. Inasmuch I fore shipping and is in very fine ,
IAt' Laugh as the late Senator E. M. condition.Mr. .
;i' 0 (Lisbon (Me.) Enterprise) Johns was aa'excellent state acne Dyer has been looking for a ]10 Ibs. Irish
A formal
'have several pieces of tableware left over when you are of other days was once denouncingwomen able helpmeet at, various sessionsof [ that he could recommend to the No. 2 1-2
, '' the legislature, there Is boys that would win In the cans
\. through eating. To avoid showing such ignorance it is best for spending more time 1 In a general competition
feeling abroad among the with corn from other partsof
adorning themselves
: --"prinking",, po
to the No.
put 21.2
'. remaining pieces in your pocket. he called It-than In prayer. litically active that Mrs. Johns will the state and now he believes cans Spiced
;" o- "If there is one woman In front enter the election a favorite to he has a very good corn in the
. Tallahassee Daily Democrat is of me who sponda more time in win the first seat held by a woman DuBose which the boys grew last Sliced Breakfast
authority for the state In the Florida
senate.
ment praying than in prinking I want [
that prohibition officers in Georgia cannot chase boo t- her to stand up so that all the Senator Johns In his life had, year.With all the work the boys anoI d Wilsco Shankless

t loggers faster than 4 miles an hour without being subject other women may see her and u ____ _ _
'
, to arrest and prosecution. That state must be profit by her example! he shout
';. protecting its .0"0-" ; 0"' t'I- IOE3O1" Celery----
corn crop. ed.One
woman arose. She was a

o sor-y looking specimen. Whatever 0"1 Red Bliss Seed :
' The beauty she may have had at onetime
most beautiful cities in the world :
are those with
, had faded long before ber
". tree lined streets, according to association of civic authorities, hair was unkempt, and her dress 0 PEANUTS Strawberry Crates

.r 4 and properties have,a higher valuation. As the years go by was la the style of a forgotten day. o I 3 Palmolive Bath

x' Starke has less and leAs of the old frees along its streets, meat The preacher Then he gazed said gently at her;a mo o 0 Quart

v, ." they being sacrificed entirely or butchered to make any for: "Sister. I think you had better Household

,l those ornamental ((1)) electric light wires and poles. go borne and spend a little of your
t "
time prlnktn. We will have Have a Complete Line
i. i i i H-i Q inm i _. a quantity Extra Good Stock

. ..,' The contention by some editorial writers that a tax: on "I am ready----o----to vote, as soon as ; :?nrrnfa, Squash, r> toi i

kerosene is another tax on farmers is not borne out by the ref the committee in reports for"a reduction ,,9 SATURDAYCOME o D V Greed Cabbage,

f ports issued by the department of agriculture. During De Congressman my R.own A. Green alary In said the o tuce, Celery,

a cember Dade and Duval counties alone, with the greater poi house the other day. We hope LOOK-GET PRICES Grapefruit,
'. tion of their when the time
population within incorporated towns more comes for cutting
used
...
than salaries of congressmen they'll aU ,
one-fourth of the kerosene
consumed in
the
entire fifty- feel that way about It. Congressman
even counties. Residents of towns would pay a dollar tax man Green's remark was made o ANDREWS STORE o ,s '
the farmer's nickel. during his speech advocating the p n t

erection of federal buildings In g= I_
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