Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 5, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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;!JASHINGTON BICENTENNIAL 22ND 133 Leave 2,962 Florida-IN Rather STATE Than To Be SlashedReduction FOR- LARGE PROFITS MET MONDAY

I, A ____ Examinationof i l..AltOEl'UENCE ENJOi'SSTUNT
---- -- I Submit to (By J. A. Bauer Judsonia, Ark.)

for appropriately obaere!! City Will Dedicate I Doctor of 20 to SO Percent on NITE FRIDAY The board of county commissioners -
ans In the fifty-two years, since my
met In regular session Monday
200th anniversary of the '6Itinglon StreetThe Perishable Announced
the Florida has 3,285 barbers of father started growing strawberries -
I Annual Stunt Nlte, which Is looked February 1st, 1932 with all
of George Washington &feng whom 2,962 or more than 85 per we have never failed to makea forward to with pleasure each members present as follows: J. L.
shape.! Toe! local committee Mty. Council! met February2nd cent, have obtained certificates or Tampa Jan. 29.-J. H. Donnell. ) profit from our berries.
year, was thoroughly enjoyed by a Underhill chairman, J. M. Rosier,
posed of delegates from every In etuar session with all been issued permits, according to : general manager of the Tampa Some seasons as with cotton, capacity audience Friday evening G. W. Hinson, J. G. Crews and R.

and fraternal order in Strtce member present. Minutes of the a survey completed by the newly:(Traffic association said! today ex- cotton the crop was large over the at the Bradford County High T. Osteen.

arranged a program?the tMWils last Rttltftft Were read and ap established state board of barber : press rates on perishables sent country, we never cleared over School auditorium.The Grady "Brooks, Starke. was
! 1 of which will be announcedweek. proved. examiners, results of which were from Florida to the district east then other we
$100 per acre; years program given was as follows placed upon tho pauper roll at $5: .00 :
The fc\Ar\ routine matter were of the Mississippi and south of the
announced yesterday by Chairman have made as much as $500 per : per month, for two months. If need
A will oT nd a committee of Ohio rivers would be reduced' 20 to
the morning program dlapoae V. V Vought. First. Part ed. Sam Nichols was taken off
eld on the high school ground, Mr. L. Vv'yjtjA and Mrs. J. W. Mor- Certificates have been Issued to I 30 per cent after next February 7. acre.Well do I remember In 1918 I Baby Show-Misses Bunny Ca- the pauper roll. Joe Hodges, Law-

hlch a flag ceremony!! will De gan weir* beard In behalf of the 2.142, permits have been Issued to The new rates would save fruit I bought 80 acres In timber, built a nova, Martha Brownlee, Margaret tey, was placed upon the pauper

ired. A Washington address< Washin tot) Bicentennial celebra 604 barbers and apprentices have and vegetable, shippers thousandsof house and barn and cleared and Williams, Ben Sternberg, S. R. roll at $5:J.OO per month for two ,

m out of town speaker and tion. Tkte ftowmittee\ requested the received 63 permits, accoring to dollars annually, be said. jnced forty acres of the land. We Johns, Sinclair Peek, Woodfin months, If needed. '(

ng by the school chUdren will council to 'naoge: the name of (he records of the board here. One Freight rates on citrus from Flor set, in the spring of 1919, twenty- Halle. The petition of Manuel Hamptonfor \

vf George! Washington Meal Ninth sheet to Washington ave- hundred and fifty three barbers ida to the southeastern district eight acres of berries, and from Reading Dorothy Smith. pauper allowance was laid over "

trees have been planted by nue. saijia' be dedicated on Feb. formerly practicing their trade In were cut 29 per cent last Monday. three crops we took from this setting "Get Up and Bar the Door-Miss for one month. ':.

school and various orgabl \- 22nd. A MOUon was duly carried the state have left Florida rather The*new express rates would be ,' we sold! enough berries, above Myrtle Frink, Sydney Herschfleld, A communication from Governor

represented cm the committeethese that the haute be changed and the than to submit to physical examination about 20 per cent less to Atlanta expenses, to pay for land, house, Stanley Bennett Jack Bradley. Doyle E. Carlton, suggesting a do- E

will be dedicated with e. city att&r. ey was. instructed to by a registered doctor of Ga., and Charleston,'8. C., 22 percent ,I barn and fencing, and we had a Vocal solo! "June Brought the notion for the world fair exhibit, if

t ceremony. prepare the Accessary papers In medicine, according to Chairman off to Birmingham, Ala., 24'' profit of $13,000 over expenses, and Roses"-Mr. Floyd Cheatham. was laid over for further consideration. : .

field day with athletic event time fop UV0 Council to pass same Vought. This examination Includesthe per cent less to Nashville, Tenn., I, that was clear of working the ber- Reading, "Fair Warning," Don- .

occupy mot of the afternoon. at the 1 11i\\'*nonth meeting to be Wasserman test, Vought said. and Richmond, Va., 28 per cent to ries and building $1,000 worth of ald McRae. Mr. Stafford L. Crews was

rly all of the county school) held Feyrrlaty 10th. The council All barbers who failed to get Washington and Cincinnati, and'' sheds for picking; and, houses for Radio Sketch: Announcers, Les- recommended as county agricultural ,
represented In these events also agMed to contribute $10.00 to 30 per cent to Louisvlle, Ky.FLORIDA'S .
be their applications in the office before ... pickers. ter Price Robinson and Herbert enumerator for Bradford \
ks to the cooperation ot au- help pAl tj>te necessary expenses January 1 as required by the ----- -- And lands that do not overflow, Stevens. Story teller Miss Marjorie county.

tendent A- J. Grlffla. of the owWlttee.\ law which was. enacted at the MEMORIAL TREE 'or that are not sour lands, will pro- Stump. Listeners in, Misses Bond of J. B. Rowe as deputy;

the evening a. program of Cft- The ci rft vas. instructed to notify 1931 session of the legislature, will PLANTING' CAMPAIGNFlorida's : duce strawberries, and no better Lois Adkins, Kitty Hogsed, Lois sheriff at Lawtey, was approved.The .

.1 I muslo and a. minuet drill by property owners on sewers to be forced to stand examination to 'crop Is grown that will pay bigger Long Georgia Catherine Haynesand Bradford County Telegraphwas
state-wide memorial
.Voodmen Circle drill team will 1 make nAOcMons at once. All be given by the board, the chair- profits for the work done. Lula Redgraves. designated as the paper in

given at the Woman's Club> property v itbln 100 feet of sewer man stated. Dates for the examination tree-planting campaign, which The leading varieties for car lot "Burlesque Style Show"-Misses which the tax sale for 1932 shall ,

e. As the feature!! event of 'lines are subject to such notices. will be set! soon. forma an Important unit In the nation's I shipments are Improved Klondyke, Katie Fugate. Myrtice Ford, Car- be published. 'y"

day at the club: bouse, George George Washington n Bicentennial Missionary for mid-season and Aroma mel Toole, Dorothy White, Vonda Bill of Quigley and Davis for .

Martha Washington in costume: STRAWfl1 JtI&Y SHIPMENTS ON TWO YEAR TERM GIVEN Celebration, will reach a for late crops. If weather Inman, Mildred McRae, Loiselle lumber for the burial of an old colored f

receive, and refreshments :will /1VC1tEASE! FOR STOCK SELLING climax on February 22nd, when conditions continue as they are Turner, man at Saxon was refused. r1

erved to all. An exhibition of thousands: of memorial trees will now this town will load three hundred "Bringing the Old Fashioned The colored man not being a

Virginia Reel will be given led Plant city, Jan. '25.-Today's James J. Abbott of Lakeland, have been planted by school children cars of berries for the springof Melody up to pate" Misses Eve per the commissioners did not feel

ie host and hostess. Everyone loading will push the strawberry yesterday was sentenced to serve patriotic, civic and fraternal 1932, and think what that will lyn Stump, Mary Pearce, Cleo authorized to grant same on account -

rged to attend: if possible J to movement. to over' 6,000,000 pints two years in the Atlanta federal organizations and women's clubs. mean for the farmers as well as the Shepard, Patsy Brlnson! Kitty of the precedent It mightset. r

me. Those interested in get- out of yia*>t City, the total shipments prison and to pay a fine of $500 In preparation for this outstanding people who come for miles aroundto Hodgsed, Miriam Jacobs, Gordon I

costumes should see Mrs H. (.0 kid Including Saturday for using the malls to defraud and event the Florida Forest Service pick this big crop of fancy fruit Wadsworth. The list of Confederate pensions ifl f

'oung, Mrs. Stump! Mrs. J W. standing at 4,016,366 pints. promoting a scheme to defraud. has Issued from Its Tallahassee of- With labor down, as It Is with Intermission. reported by the state comptroller

?an at once as It will be (jltttto Thera. Were 13 express refrigerators Abbot who was convicted on six fice a decorative and informative everything that enters Into makinga "Gypsy Song and Dance, vocal: wee checked and found correct.

accommodate them later on. thee freight refrigeratorsand counts by a federal court Jury here insert sheet which will accompany berry crop cheaper than for over solo-Mr. David Moore. Gypsies: Following Is the list: Soldiers, Jas.T. .

committee announced thAt tw
e will be no tickets] charges orction ibtpments, which aggregated Judge William M. Sheppard to ruary 7th. In this supplement will to set strawberries for profits.No Brownlee, Lllllam Sternberg, Peggy Weeks Widows of soldiers: Mrs. '

taken at any of -.t.Jets 2Y1.744: pints, sold at an serve two years on each count but appear an account of the extensive one need expect any profit Turnbull, Lois Long, Kitty Hog B. F Johns Mrs. Jane Alvarez

and everyone is Invited to average price of 8 1'2 cents the the terms were allowed to run concurrently work In memorial tree-planting already from cotton for some time to come, sed.Vocal Mrs. Charity. Lewis, Mrs. R. N. '

nd and take part pint briAg'i'Sr' to the'growers $23- Abbott was indicted for carried on In various Flor- as there Is so much overplus on solo, "Woman They Say I.al Is Calc Mrs. Mary E. Shedd, Mrs. f

eld day program for the a/tet! 098.24. oyster farm stock selling activities ida communities, and Interesting hand and the world can't use as !! Old as She Looks, and Man as Sarah Jf Burton, Mrs. Sallle Tlson,

will be as follows, exerctaas The fetlile' auction handled 15 i In connection with operation of a illustrations will present some of much cotton as Is grown nowadays, Old as lie Feels." Mr. Floyd Mrs. S. E. Thigpen, Mrs. HannahM.

Ing at 1:30: o'clock: : cars SaiHriay night, nine of them company located at Apalachlcola. these achievements pictorially. with Russia growing as much as Cheatham. Manscll, Mrs. Lavtna Durden

yard dash boys 10 to 14, local. Udt of these sold at 9 1.2 |, When Judge Sheppard denied Specific suggestions fp+?commemorating they do, along with our big crop, Faculty Graveyard Charles Mrs. I. J. Holllngsworth. Mrs. Martha

0 yard dash boys 14 and 0"'__. cents, tVo" tt 9 1-4 cents the othersat motions for a new trial Abbott's the birth of George Washington and other nations growing more Pinder Jack Bradley, Joe Edwards, C. Parker Mrs. Mary J. Pre-

0 yard relay boys 10 to 14- 9 ,ce bt*. One Lakeland car attorneys filed notice of an appeaLIt by the planting of living than years gone by. Jr., Louise Snyder, Geraldine vatt, Mrs. Elizabeth Slade, Mrs.

0 yard low hurdles all boys. brought-, while the other Lakeland from- was Abbott's second trial on memorials will be offered, and assistance So, while the cotton market ts a Johns, Dorothy Smith, Francis Mary Ooodge, Mrs. Eliza A. Cone,
tAUsed.With berries In the conduct of these
0 yard hlgji hurdles boys II car Plant and charges growing out of the stock thing of the past, so far as profits Hemingway.. Mrs. Mary E. Hobbs, Mrs. Lavlna
BowUn (5r eb. City will be given,by "
celebrations gladly
over. Dover transactions the first! resulting In go, many will turn to other crops, 'Two Irishmen Disagree" -- Andrew Baker, Mrs. A. S. Talley, Mrs. Sa-
at 8.12 cents.
Wtnstor,, gf>H the Florida Forest Service. Thereis
gh jump for boys under 14. had a cti: that brought 8 1-2 cents, acquittal. He was indicted eighttimes. connected with the and of all crops we have grown, the Taylor and Gilbert Brown. rah F. Hamrlck, Mrs. Margaret J.

gft jump for boys 14 and over and CJreen'a car was bid In .-Tallahassee Democrat. no charge berry crop--both strawberries and "Comic Opera or Razor Jim"- Byrd, Mrs. Perry Browning, Mrs.
: facilities of that department
!inning broad.. Jump all boys, at 8. 'fw
ile vault aU boys. vira passed. oyster stock sales and many in big returns. Mast, Ruth Rowe, Dorothy Sapp, The following reports were received I .1
Springs to utilize -
1 at put all boys. Contlfclitftl summery weather has Perry received long letters describIng organizations are urged We set 7,500 plants per acre; we Lester Price Robinson Ralph Cox, and ordered filed: Home \
offered In the
yard sack race girls only.' rushed ta \ts all the fall and win- the fabulous wealth In oyster the information pick fair land to set them on. If Oakle HInson, Ben Sternberg. Ivan demonstration agent, county judge ,

0 yard relay for boys over 14girls.- ter, the yield baa been good In moat culture. Apalachlcola is the home ; forestry supplement to this paper you have new ground, break It Hazen and jail Inspector, "

yard dash for boys and fields despite: 1 lack: of rain for several of the oyster In Florida and also during the week of February 7th. well, harrow well get a fine, well- "Good Night Friends." There being no further business
w\ ltA. The 4.016,366 pints the home of oyster stock selling STUNT FLYER HERE broken bed for your plants you Master of Ceremonies Mr the board adjourned until the first i' '

JMON: CONVENTIONAT ::! shipped this' Reason have brought campaigns, it would a.ppear-Per- FOR TWO DAYS wish to 'set,.later. If you haven't Owen Griffin. Monday In March, A. D. 1932, that
JACKSONVILLE grower\ Returns estimated on basisof ry Herald. the new lands, pick good, strong' Pianist Miss Estelle Davis and being the regular time for meeting. l''

daily ftVtragea $416,293.42. Last e noted lands and you might add, say, 300 Mr. Paul Knight. Q. W, Alderman, Clerk.
Dare Devil Jack King
of church season the movement to Jan. 23 FLORIDA PIONEER DIES AT pounds of high grade fertilizer un- Director, Mrs. R F. Demoreut. :
e first presidency stunt man and parachute jumper,, H
esus Christ of Latter Days was only/ t 1B96 pints!, but the return HOME; will be. in Starke Saturday and der the plants; lay off the rows FEBRUARY 18: TIME '
better averages, I' three feet to four feet, just as you
with headquarters in Salt was' beuen Sunday with Captain.? 'Marden, Tampa $12,500 appropriatedby FOR I'LANTINO MANYFLOWERING '
City, Utah, have sent D*. totalling $''5 ,())99.33. The average Richard Franklin Saxon Was Con- world war pilot with'-his new wish, then run fertilizer in the; furrow -)' Hillsborough county for unem- i f
to flAt last season was under nected with as do for cotton; thon take PLANTS '
and R. Lyooan of the council price Early Railway Standard five passenger airplane, you ployment and plans made for pro- :q
no A.A! rents per Dint, whileso DevelopmentWest a cultivator and throw two furrows of permanent highway beautification -
e twelve apostles of theo-- at the field Just south of town. gram ----- \ .
-fa""r- has float down the
tits eeeaon the average over fertilizer}
In county.
church to represent them onur Palm Beach, Jan. 26. will take aloft
of visitations through the been under' 0 1-2 cents. Richard Franklin Saxon, 73, of 431 They passengers here. King has ridges, set plant on ridges, say seventeen February Is a month when very :
head of the auc- during their stay Inches apart little planting Is done
Lee ft/ filler, street died to eighteen ; in northern I
I Bern states mission of tion here, wee in Louisiana this Forty-ninth Monday some new death-defying jumps he then, as they need It, plow and hoe any way they were not fine to eat. states, but It Is an Ideal time to
members afternoon at his home following an
convention of the be held week, ttsted\ to growers here extended Illness.A will demonstrate twice daily, one them, never letting the grass get We canned eleven crates of this put out many flowering shrubs in i

Mormon Church: will Saturday eight:!' that while the crop in which he will fall for half a large In the plan; rows, and keep fruit; when we open up a quart Florida,, states Major W L. Floyd,
of he to
a L. D. S. Chapel at 2165 park Is far native Georgia, came mile before opening his parachute. like hot cakes still fine assistant dean of !
In the :omiana territory them clean in rows September they go the college of agriculture .
t, Jacksonville! Florida, Satut- advance), t|>, fields are grassy, be- this state as a boy and was connected Mr. King will make these jumps 1st; then you may quit them witha for the pie pan and fine to eat with University of Florida. i' \:

und Sunday, Feb. 6 and 7. Set- cause &i Continued rains, and In with the pioneer railway development from a mile In the air at 2:30: and I good water furrow In the middles cream. I have never had a person Our plant are more nearly dormant -

will begin at 10 a. m., :2 p. m7.30 cleaning tile grass the plants will for 30 years. In 1905 he 5 o'clock: on both days, in addition made with twelve-Inch single who ate them who did not say it at this time transpiration '

: p. m. each day. Dr. Ly-' be set back\ two or three weeks resigned from the Florida East to other air stunts. Thin Is King's shovel plow. For plants, and work, was the most delicious fruit they less, and the injured roots heal I

will be the principal speakerthe even If cle\/I: be no damaging cold Coast railway and established a second trip to Starke. if you do It yourself, with 300 had ever eaten. The berry ripens and new ones''form so as to

public !js Cordially Invited there. Eta \JeIJ) not expect to enter, mercantile and farming enterpriseat pounds of fertilizer, you can set right after your strawberry crop be ready for the growing season

ttend these .er lces. There the deal\ tu:!>lH\ March. Deerfleld. In 1912 he moved to ORPHAN HOME AT BENSON ,and work an acre of berries for comes off. We picked our last which comes a little later, he add
be a delegation from Atlanta Brownvllle, Fla., and established a SPRINGS NEEDS HELP ed.
work strawberries June 2nd; we started
$32.CO. If you do your own ,
other cities In Georgia. A flAe business. His sons were associatedIn Flowering shrubs
FAY'P' I Is made and ready for on our seven-acre Youngberrles well suited to
DEMO<;ftAM MUST that a crop
cal been arranfc- these endeavors. He returned to The Methodist Orphanage at soil
and climate of
Florida and
program I all thru
At 4th
we picked
next June
t 'f AX BY MAY 21 the harvest the spring. ;
> 10 VOTE IN PRIMARY this city in June, 1931, living here I| Benson Springs Is In need of help. the outside they should not cost June. We gave a banquet and which may be planted In February

Lyman Is. widely known for since that time. They will send around a truck next $40 acre; then you had guests from five states, and Include abella, buddlela, calllstrra-
field( Of :Mr. Saxon was actively engagedIn the Oth.and It will be In you over per camellia
ccompllshmenta In Tuesday the greatest new on, cestrum, hibiscus, hydrangea
23. May 21 from $150 to $250 per all said they were
TaUaljA/ fe\ Jan may expect
Ho t I county betterment during his collect food of any kind,
peering and sanitation. : Starke to had had the pleasure jasmine, oleander, spires!
next ever
tne fruit
will be the last day on which poU acre back from your crop they
residence here and a well and
Of was and viburnum. ,
aduate of the University in Florida forpatticipgtl4n especially potatoes syrup' of seeing ar eating. They all Roses belong to .
and taxes ityty Pe paid known early settler. He was one of kind are spring. this too Professor
igan at Ann Arbor from corn. Groceries any boost. We sold twen- group Floyd
io the primary election You can use more fertilizer as left with a big
,ell received the de- of three members of the trustee- Please leave donations .
University acceptable.
who took ,
1932. do for big yields, and If you ty-five crates to guests said.Many
of fizz>a 7. first bonds for White's many ,
i. Master of Civil Engineeringtor ship of the county's before Tuesday at Mr, Olin I herbaceous perennials may
The MlA was" made by the attorney do this will cost you more money, teem home to can. You never be .j
wellIng hard roads. planted during this
of Philosophy, as Store.
ensrar'e office here when a but If used with care most times find a better new fruit Is my guess
He member of the Meth- them
elected to membership In was a Among are aspidistra can-
honorary scientific lIoclety.aXI. : number 01 county tax collectors odist church and an Odd Fellow for REVIVAL AT IL\MPTON its pays well to use It, but we advise about Youngberries. na, crinum, gladiolus, llIea'an(.(
wrote Mk'tttr' for Instructions regarding you rot to use so much until We sent berries to Keokuk, Iowa;
many years. Funeral services will I tuberoses. These are grown from
Lyman's tour will Include.: the payment of poll taxes be held at the Ferguson chapel this There was an old time revival you try out your land and see If Springfield, Ilinols; Chicago out, and the bulbs or roots locks, or by division

g of special meetings to for the rtJA.ry.'It. afternoon' at 2 o'clock, with the started at Hampton Tuesday night, you need more as If you use more several other towns to try went of old clumps, and should be plant

,of .the southern cities., In Rev. C. K. Vllet officiating. Burial February 2nd In the city ball. W. than plants will take up It is mon shipping qualities. They ed in well prepared, carefully enriched ( r
in fine
various meetings[ In "MotIsm" ; \\ .. aWN: FOR SHERIFF will be at Woodlawn cemetery. S. Matheny of Jacksonville, form- ey lost. through thape. all soil which Is well drained,
has been
will be discussed. infra ton Pallbearers are W. L. Bazemore, erly of Morrlstown Term., Is conducting Another crop we have tried, This fruit grown sold but of good water holding capacity. i
.. It Is jny to be In the Frank Idner. H. W. Godwin M..E. the meetings. We are expecting which has proven a wonderful crop over the United States. We There Is always much Interst In

SMALL Fine SUNDAY coming privacy .as a candidate for Gruber. IL J. Niblack and B. A. a great blessing from the and big profits Is the Youngberrya many plants last season In Ohio. annual flowering plants as these "
sheriff, Aal rAY formal announcement Maxfield. Lord with old time results. Every new dewberry of great prom- They do well also in Indiana can be started so easily and bloom

----- will be made within the next i He Is survived by his widow, body welcome. ise. It only takes 1,000 plants of Oregon, and we see no reason why so quickly. Many of these are I k
|ruing ot A small house In( few weKs> ;My friends have asked these per acre, set six feet In rows, they won't do as well all over the planted earUer but succession
Elizabeth Saxon daughter,
Mrs. a
the colored section of Urwn. t this race and I am one planting south and west While this fruitIs
apart Into .
me Mrs. A. F. city
ay afternoon caused a fire making thj J" preliminary announcement FRSERVESTRAWBERRIES( will make you a crop for then to new, and we paid, two years ago, I which are easily Injured by f Z

to be turned in, but lack of in f'0(*>Aae to their urging. sons, John F. Saxon of, of Arcadia Fort My-and fifteen years. $150: per thousand plants for 3- cold are not planted until after thavnlddle t

In that section caused te Paid AA. OSCAR ANDREU ers,L.Roy F. Saxon of Moore Haven four S. O. Lewis Is building a small We picked, this past summer, In 000 plants, or $450: for the 3000. of the month, when all danger .
R. Saxon ;
: to be held at the station. Toe -v of this but well equipped plant for pre- June. 210 crates per acre from this yet today you can buy them around from frost, except In unusual
sisters, Mrs. J. J. Huston '
structure burned out WU Eustl -.% fountain Inn formally: C. B. of Lake serving strawberries and plans to grand new fruit. They make big $33 per thousand plants-enough cases, Is past. Those which maybe a'
amage to other buildingsilachicola for eAson. city: Mrs. Armstrong does, for an acre and enough to help you
opened .Helen, Mrs. B. E. Hall of Hampton, put up at least a thousand cases profits, like the strawberry planted right away are argera-
.lWeft .- 11 miles road on I bas home markets on through the summer with turn .
Everki Mr J. C. Wilson of South Jacksonville of jelly and jam this spring. In and anyone who carry aster calllopsls, cosmos
.- Streets throghaess cross stt* b' oway between Twen two brothers. G. M. Saxon, addition to preserving for the retail and large cities near them, can other side crops you must grow If marigold, nasturtium, petunia P

district, repaired and ty Mile fe/04 end Six Mile> Bend. ;: and O. Saxon trade, Mr. Lewis will also make a fortune In growing thU you expect to stay on the farm phlox, poppy verbena and zinnia.
Into thla place, being fe- of New .Smyrna_ W. with w
>ved. leading handle orders for people having new fruit.' The berry Is over an a profit.
art Work progressingcutoff oa'' oonditioyedLee.brtrfnfoe.' Insurance'Co. Pompano.Mr. resident of berries) they want preserved. Two inch long, of fine flavor like red We will be glad to answer any Miami Plans for establishment
Saxon was a
: road connecting. old Butler Mr. Lewis canned a considerable raspberries; melts In your mouth, question any reader may want to of sports colony In 600.0OO-
with new federal highway. In ., lAe"blJt; State Co., consoli Hampton some thirty years ago years ago quantity of strawberriesand makes the finest of pies, or Is fine ask about strawberries or this new acre tract of land In the Everglades
dated. and he will be remembered by fruit and will take In so west of here, announced by;
part of town, who will found a ready market for his canned and makes good jelly; and pleasure
lywood Hollywood Beaeb Moore &%?en Improvement many of our older citizens la fact we haven't found, them In doing. A. R Martlne..1 a
learn of his death. product.
opened for winter season. made to lfttfett building. regret to


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I' STUNT NIGIIT turn to growers was an estimated ,
$20,000, on the basis of a general I RISING

The annual B II. S. Stunt Nlte WOODLAWNMinn average price at the yard from:
Myrtle Norman. Cor.I seven to seven and threequarterscents Mr. II. 1'1. JII.II.... e'er
which was given last Friday eve- e
pint. Twice during the'
ning was quite a success. A large per I
crowd attended and the school : Rev. D. L. Phillips and daughter, week, on Tuesday and today, for- I Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Cnu.,

made a good sum of money which Debbie, attended the union at wardinga exceed 200,000( pints, and children attended chub
will be used for the athletic fund Brooker Sunday. while yesterday they exceeded 190- Union Saturday.Mr. .
Mtesa Willie Mae Newsom 000 pints. Monday's movement of
and for the library. i was
Some of the attractions of the : visiting Myrtle and Mamie Lou 144,108 pints was the smallest of and Mrs. E. C Leah
the week forwarding through to- children, Mr. and Mrs l Ed Dft!
Norman ,
evening were "The Baby Show"in I Saturday night. and children
season's total were
which Woodfin Halle as Snow- Miss Willie Mae Newsom was night brought the among u
movement to date to 3,447,043 pints who enjoyed the birthday d ,
and Wlldwood Mr. and
ball won the prize. "Get up 1 were visiting
have receivedan Sunday at the home of
for which Mr
Bar the Door," a playlet written Mrs. J. S. Norman Thursday night, growers .
Mrs.' J. W.
estimated return of $294,000. Driggers In Pine ]
by one of the students; "Bringingthe tl Mr. Walter Lee of Wildwood was >
Continued weather Is affecting -
Old Fashioned melody up toDate" visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosier dry
the fruit somewhat and smaller Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Underhll:
in which Miriam Jacobs received Thursday.
berries becoming more numerous I Mr. and
are Mrs. Wm
the most applause; "The i I Misses Myrtle and Mamie Lou Oliver att
Gypsy Dance," "The Faculty Norman, Willie Mae Newsom, as the season progresses. the Fifth Sunday' meeting

Graveyard" and a "Comic Opera". Wade Gaskini, Jim Hersey and Greenwood.

We were very glad to have the $ Gero Sapp were visiting Miss RubyDixon FORD MOTOR COMPANYTO Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Whit

assistance of Mr. David Moore, Mr. FROM TilE FAREWELL at Starke Sunday afternoon. BitiNG OUT EIGHT and Mrs. H. M. McRae ain" chi,

"!, g Floyd Cheatham and Mr. Paul ADIHIESS Mrs. Oscar Carter and son, Jun- CYLINDER MODEL CAR spent Sunday with Mr and :

' Knight. ior, Myrtle and Mamie Lou Nor- Wesley McRae In Crestview

i' The Stunt Night was under the As avenues to foreign Influence man were visiting Miss Anlce Van- Detroit, Jan. 11.-The Michigan tlon.Mr.
capable direction of Mrs. R. F. in Innumerable ways, such zant at Jacksonville Friday eve Manufacturer and Financial Rec- and Mrs. F M. White
$l:' e Demorest. attachments are particularly ning. ord today says the Ford Motor Mrs. B. M. McRae motored to,

: We hope everyone enjoyed it so alarming to the truly enlightenedand Rev. D. L. Phillips, Mr. and Mrs.L. Company will not bring out its sonvllle Wednesday.Elder .
h l: ; that all will come back next year. independent patriot. How R. Denmark and children, Mrs. new models until March and adds W. R. Rhoden and sot '

w. do afford Gladys Carter and son, Junior and that although lacking official con Mrs. Reuben Crawford all of'
opportunities they
PV ? TUB CENSOR to tamper with domestic factions, Myrtle Norman attended the Union include firmation, Indications are they will clenny attended church at t
an improved fourcylindercar
i J.. to practice the arts of seduction, to Saturday. and Sunday.Mr. .
..f': mlalead to Influenceor Mrs. C. L. Carter and Mrs. Pearl a V-elght N. D. Green of Hcllb
A )
( Biography. public opinion, "The four Is about ready to go
Carter were visiting Mrs. J. S. Nor- motored to this' section Sad
ft.J the councils! Such
h/ Every small town has its censor awe public an i Into volume production while the .
man Thursday'afternoon. afternoon.H.
No matter where in this attachment of a small or weak awaits of final de-
. ,", 4 h' ; ilk you go, I, eight approval
i Rev. and Mrs. D. L. Phillips were M. and A. R. McRae ma:
towards and
'' country or In the next, the village a great powerful nation sign," the publication says.
> visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosier business trip to Lake Butler
' dooms the former to be the
"fi'!' R A 9 censor. plays an important role. 1 "Motor and chassis changes In
t ;i Now in Idaho, there lived a censor satellite of the 'latter. P102 Friday night. the eight are being made from dayto urday.
as | Mrs. Ruby Varnes returned to I Mr. and Mrs. Lester
the Insidious wiles of I Crosby
4 in the small village of Earner- Against day, most of them at the sug-
lys foreign influence I conjure to : her home in Jacksonville Friday, visiting relatives in Starke Si:
alda.. He was Hank Peabody, the you gestion of Henry Ford. The Ford
t after few here I afternoon.Mr. .
spending a days
local postmaster. Hank bad been believe me, fellow-citizens, the u,. company wants a production .volume -
with her Mr. and Mrs. J. E. C. Lewis attended
jealousy of a free people ought to
Z6inj postmaster "nlgti onto forty years"he of 10,000 cars and trucks a
? could tell you what was In the be constantly awake; since historyand M. Rosier. day to keep its mammouth plants Union meeting at Brooker

(if(( 1 letters he received or sent out. experience prove that foreign S busy and theerfore intends to placeon I urday.
', Nobody knew where he came Influence Is one of the most bane- GROWERS the market a product in both

Vic''\" i ', from nor did he offer to tell any- ful foes of republican government.But aeY ARE PAID $88,000 IN WEEK the four and eight field that will

1'. ; 9; one. Anyway he came to Earner- that jealousy, to be useful, j-: ;." have an unusually strong buying
t :\, alda one Saturday morning, and must be Impartial, else It becomesthe appeal In both price and mechanical -
of 13
refrigerator cars
vs. express ,
of', after that he never left. As he was instrument of the very Influence excellence."It .
LAKE BUTLER BOYS LAKE BUTLER GIRLSB. three freight cars and 65: pony re-
." fr to be avoided Instead of a is the Ford
the only one knew the alphabet be quite possible new
H. S. basketball court Friday, Feb. 5, 3:30: o'clock. frigerators tonight from this point Phone 38 Iteurs:
R: ; was given the position as post- defense against It. Excessive par- will come out, for exhibition pur-
A 15c brought loadings for the week to
Admission and 25c. Over Corpenlnjr's Drug St.
for and at the time of Detroit
master when old man Klngtree tiality one foreign nation, poses the
more than a million pints of straw-
I excessive dislike of another cause automobile show, starting Jan. 23."
., died.Every berries.> Today's movement of
C those whom actuate to
morning about ten-thirty they see
i 272,300 pints of berries, almost a -
,,:: you could see him with a mall bag danger only on one side, and serve duplication of last Saturday's

t on his shoulder going to the sta to veil and even second the arts of THE TWO DRIVERS CAMPUS COMMENTWe movement, set a new week's figure

,: r i tion. In a few minutes he would Influence on the other.real patriotswho for' this season of 1,148,540 pintsof we"make reeyearloanstothose of satisfactory

Is 1 '+ reappear with the Incoming mall. may resist the intrigues of the (In imitation of the personal surely had a record-breaking berries and a return to growersof reputation want a complete training at the

> > He would go to the postofflce, close favorite are liable to become suspected essayists.) house last Friday'on "Stunt Nlte". approximately $88,000 on the -
the window and then look at the and odious, while Its tools basis of COLLEGE'Write
It seems that there are two types Everybody seemed pleased with the daily average prices. ? CEORGTArALABrVMA BUSINESS
, pretty picture cards. I know because and dupes usurp the applause and
performance, so the students are While the wek opened slightly
of drivers: The front seat driver,
t + Hiram Smith's Idest son, confidence of the people to sur- for particular*. Bank rBox 664MaconCiCHEVROLET
than it closed
who operates the different controls satisfied and glad It Is over. stronger today's re-
,: t ', Jed, peeped through the letter hole render their Interests. .
I of the car; and the back seat driver w .
, and saw him in the act. The great rule of conduct for Some people commented the -
who always sees a better to
,( \ When the mail was up he was always us, in regard to foreign nations, operate it. way acting of Benny the Boocha. ThereIs

'rt ,' :; found outside the postofflce in extending our commercial relations To the front seat driver the con- nothing to comment when a fel- 4D7 (
b. Of a' under the willow tree whittling. If to have with them as little trols are real, but the controls of low acts natural.
-'I' wanted a he would political connection as possible. So
I you stamp pullout the: back seat driver are imaginary.
I t ; his wallet and give you one far as we have already formed engagements Many times during a ride will the The next Stunt Nlte there will ANNOUNCESA

l1 T : i without) glue, and If you asked for let them be fulfilled front seat driver feel the push of be a skit showing how the teachers -
b one with glue he would charge with perfect good faith. Here let backstage keep the .students
W. you a nervous foot on the rear of the
".: f a extra. us stop I'm NEW LINE OF SIX-CYLINDER TRUCES
penny seat. Pushing his imaginary quiet. sure you'll get just as

(1 $t ; If you wanted to know something -George Washington brake, lowing his imaginary horn, big a laugh as we do. .

I ,t about someone, Hank was or at times turning an imaginary -
f, ':I you everything; ;you wanted toY the back seat driver is. forever some of the pupils when His Honor

r o know and more about happenings were very glad to have Dr. working.The desired to speak with them. The ,NEW CHASSIS NEW BODIES

, ;1,1; 0 Y since the day he arrived in town. 'Raymond at the chapel exercises question is will these back topic In discussion was, "Reckless

igh ; His claim was that he and Montgomery last week. He read the scripture seat drivers go on forever workingat Driving." The verdict returned,

, It, F Ward were buddies in the I and gave a prayer but he did not their Imaginary controls The "Fine $2.50 on a suspended sen- NEW LOW PRICES

war. It was generally understood speak to us. There was another answer Is "No," for its cannot be tence of 90 days. It caught studyIng -

,:i1J'' t o p that he was shell shocked during man there who wanted to talk to long before the autos will have two"books at one time the fine.

[.,'f' d the war, but It was later discovered everybody except the seniors, controls in both the front and backseat Is paid.

: : that the shock was due to the result therefore we had to get out and ;. And then the work of the
t. I t ;f of parched peanuts. can not tell you what happened. back seat drivers will not be in It surely seems If there won't be

W --- > vain. any Junior-Senior banquet this CHASSIS PRICED

..;I, s Jacksonville A. Japour opened Leesburg: F. Matt'iews purchased year. As far as that goes we don't A3 LOW A3
,'f Better Food Store at 801 East Union East End filling station ) Sarasota Rlngling Bridge be- care "if" the juniors will pay for '
: street. from W. C. Watkins. ing repaired. the senior Invitations. $355 -

i 0 o A

;.SCHOOL DAYS' lIAo.Toa 157' Wheelbase WII..ib.
.r Ben: The great thing you need 8t.ndardStakeTruck..... $785 K-TON MODELS PwelTruck.. .. .... ..r.. $755
P.t I I11ft Lester, old boy, is some slothes. AS LOW ASIAo.Toa
Ltl After all, clothes make the man.

t : Lester; Gosh-my trouble Is the $440
man won't make the clothes.
tl ; + Passing Show. a

er 1ST Wbe.1b..
Ralph: You look simply charm- ParwTrackwlthTipTop... $820 I) .TON MODELS IA.-Toa. 131" Wh..lb. $'c

Ing tonight Melba! WITH BODIES PRICED Canopy. Top Ibp.......,..
Melbat\ : "Flatterer!" AS LOW ASS

"9 1 Ralph: "Honestly. I didn't recog
rI nize you at first.Pathfinder.Photographer $670I

: "Here are a dozen I

t photographs your son ordered, Mr prim f. .. b. Flint,
Colson, and told me to deliver t 0, To.137'Wbedb..Hi.b. Mich. BpwcUl MmlpnMntxtr 1 A,-Tat131'Wh.elb..e High" $"7nCad
; xuuTneck..,.,.....,... sio .. Ln.dehvw.dpric.e Wide a.pn.Track.r.. .* -
you. .11 d ..mr O.M.A.C. trm.
a \ Mr. Colson: "Ob yes. They cer

,u o.. : f-? j r J tainly look like him, too. Did he,

pay for themt"Photographer

--t b : "No, sr, he didnot. I
i ."
i Mr. Colson: "H-m-m. Still more, in chassis-new in,bodies-now bo Chevrolet-built bodies. Handsome new Una J

( like him."-Farm Journal. NSW] vital part that has to do with eco Stronger body construction. Larger bulk capacity.

wz.Z'r: r/ l rl efficient hauling-f.t tolling ftprioot New roomier,more comfortable cabs. A wide.\

Harry: "I had to sell my saxa- er.n lows than the .xtr.m.(ty Imrprica variety of optional color combination. A new

f C0 0' I / 1 phone to get home dad." of last y..". That briefly !i. the story tnack-type: six-cylinder engine, developing greater |

c + Mr. Tison: "Good! I'm glad to of the new line six-cylinder truck now intropower and speed,and assuring matchless economy.

it at see rid. you son.-Buen Humor, Mad- duced by Chevrolet. These trucks are available A new. heavier frame. New, stronger truck-type I

I I s a* complete u.nita-in three wheelbase lengthsHton springs. A new, sturdier truck-type clutch. A
: ; o
t ; yr t Aunt: "Which one of you children and l>$-ton capacities and 28 body types. new heavUc transmission. A truck-type rear axle

ofe ate the grapes I had in the The price reductions range from $10 to as high as 2S per cent stronger than before. Interchangeable

.L cupboard? No use. denying it-I and make Chevrolet's first cost one of the lowest able single an<'. dual wheel equipment And the

saw the and skins on the in the market. Outmtndin features New rket. I
e : seeds : lowest operating cor* of any truck on the rn
t9 Mary: "It wasn't me, auntie, CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY DETROIT, MICHIGAN D .ujon ./"O.n.'aI Motor.
'cause I ate skins, seeds and all.-

: Answers.Mr. .
Redgrave: "So you want to

marry my daughter, eh? Have you
any business judgment?" TORODE CHEVROLET COMPANY

Billy Graham: "Well, I'm tryingto
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get into your family am I not?
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oyster beds are In first class condition CONGRESSMAN"GREEN I' .1 r POSTAL R' E; "'::'j"c.'

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs according to H. F. Pryther- ; &7ka' to play firiffge
Ich. director of laboratories of the Postal
\ receipts show some increase -
United States Bureau of Fisheries ACTIVE III/////J1 AUCTIONCONTRACT over same months previous

at Beaufort, N. C.. who has spent years. Postal receipts for January-

several days this week here on a 1032 total $777.00 against 774.1T

I: LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD tour of inspection. "There is much for January 1931. Postal receiptsfor

available oyster bottom that could December 1931
Washington. D. C. Jan. 20.- were 1916.07
be devoted to the scientific planting Congressman R. A. Green today I 1' JyyVfym Ferguson against $809.05 for December, 1930.
of oysters In
Apalachicola Bay" appeared before the committee of Total postal receipts for 1931
Mr. Prytherch said and "it of 'PRACTICAL AUCTION BfUDOB
Is were
$8,080.17 which
BY OUR EXCHANGES up World War Veterans' Legislationand ..,_ amounts
to the dealers and gathers to foster advocated the and keeps up in second class.
pass- C l'yrla1lt. 19II, by Hoyle Jr.
experimental research and,
cooper- age of H. R. 6312
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r ate in all scientific endeavors. him. The bill
provides allowancefor
!Iota Mrs. Max Spitz 54 of Greek sponge men and several Scientific oyster planting is neces-- widow, children and dependent ARTICLE No. U TRAIN SCHEDULE

Burned probably fatally and Perry citizens were at Keaton to sary if the oyster industry In the parents of veterans of the While playing with some very good an adverse bid.; He never should doubT No. 11 southbound local
Blanche attend 11:33:
the but
daughter. sale few bidders
a .
year-old south is to players the
It World other
not War the
progress. only regardless to cause of evening writer until he has added the quick tricks
Sadly hurt when a gasoline were present. The buyingdid the supply but the oyster that the veterans' death. HA cited a doubled! four spades and defeated the in his own hand and those indicated i ill a.m.No. t. i
( exploded while being red not reach the activity that had counts If the Industry is to be prpf- number of cases of dependents In contract by two tricks. It was a aimple his partner's hand by the bidding II 107, southbound limited 10- '
been hoped for and there proposition but, much to the writer's the of 47 a. m.
( here today. was much Itable. his own district who sum } tricks is sufticient t4 t 0
contention about the prices bid. are now without surprise, one of the players* said "How defeat the contract, he should double No 3, southbound limited 7:34a. : :ti"
Benas the necessities of life, but who did you know when to double that bid but not otherwise. m. ),
ama" City Talmadge Miami Miami had no "blue" would come under the provisions of It may seem simple to you but I I never There is another point to consider, No.9, southbound limited 11OO \"
offered to donate 925,000: Miami A whale-shark, weigh- Sunday because Sheriff M. P. Lehman the bill. lie contended that the dependents seem to do the right thing at the right Learn to distinguish between fret : ,

e beautification of Panama ing two tons and the same type of and Solicitor Fred Pine, rescinded should be provided for at time. I always cent to double when doublet and forced doubles. A fret p.m.No. I
if the city will' match that mammal that is believed to have their threats to enforce this session of congress. lIe was they make their contract or I fail to double is the double of a bid which, 11a.m.191 southbound limited 12- 1
the same purpose. The swallowed Jonah. was caught in given attentive double when I defeat them by several if successful undoubted would! ICOn !
or an )
century-old hearing.Mr.
Sunday closing laws trick,
as .
share Is not to be raised by the gulf stream by Capt. Tommy If you can tell me when to game. For example: A double of No. 12 northbound local 3:11: p. ',; i''
a part of a vigorous double and foul '
anti-gambling why, will
you not only hearts is a free double or a i-,
on, It Is specified. Gifford of Miami. Fishermen drive. The sheriff's decision to allow L. D. Martin of St. Petersburg help me but many others who are in I three diamond. when the opponent' m.No.. 108, northbound limited 5:27: ; ,
said the whale-shark Is the only Miamians to pursue their usual Fla., was today admitted to the same fix. The writer thought this score U nine or more at Auction ol p. m. I, '(

t Myers J. P. Garner creature with a mouth large Sunday activities was announced the bar of the supreme court of over very carefully and wrote the forty or more at Contract. A forced No.4. northbound limited \9:02): 'i

in' Lee county circuit court enough to swallow a man and Saturday night and brought to an the United States. lie is a practicing following friend's Bimmtnry bone fit. on the subject for double, on the other hand is a double ,
suicide today by hence it is believed to be the which applies equal which unsuccessful, would give the p.m.No.
committed same end four days of attorney of St. ly to 192!
speculation on .Peterburg, Auction: or_Contract! opponents a fffimo thev could not H.IVH northbound limited 4:30a. :: "
ng himself with a. shotgun. species that swallowed Jonah. Only whether the officials really were and has been for many.years. The I uouDie mane for the purpose or scored except for the double.. --For; m.
cently had been ordered to three other of the type have been serious about closing theaters, soda motion for his admittance was defeating the bid Is a business double. example double of three clubs when I Wannro Brunch.

i i $25,000 collected in excess Caught in Florida waters it was fountains bathing beach casinos made by Congressman R. A. Green Most business doubles are made, of there is no score and the opponents No. 101 out 7 a. m. i J.

although no criminal action said. The huge mammal will be and other non-essential business. who Is a member of the bar of the I such course a point after that the it bidding is evident{ has reached make their contract give*them a game No. 102 in at 2:40: p. m. 3
mounted at they are instead of only 18 points at Auction
cost of
him. a court.
xpected against approximately -
Sheriff Lehman said T. J. Griffin
he called oftthe made to defeat the contract. If your or r>O( points at Contract Agent. 1
$2,000. "blue law" campaign becausehe opponents bid one heart for example,, Follow this rule: Make free double. .
-npa Half a dozen womend believed it was not desired by The administration of funds to I and you double it is only commonsense when you have a reasonable chance to Cloning of MallsHouth (

and scores screamed withr Everglades City Judge GeorgeW. the community. and that such a farmers was discussed today by that you are doubling for a bid defeat the contract. but m.ika forced ,;(

| this afternoon as fire Whitehurst today called on a step would be Injurious to the Congressman R. A. Green and officials double and not is to defeat the contract. Such a doubles only when absolutely certain Train No. 107, letters 10:20: a. m. -fi

ith a net missed catching a special grand Jury meeting to In- "best Interests" of the community. of the department of agri made to called give information an informatory to double, to In defeat the contract. Train No. 11, parcel post 11 a.

ly hurled from the top of a vestigate the Christmas Eve murder culture. and not to defeat the contract.partner Sun- bid don't case your partner hasn't made a m. ,l
depend him
>uildlng in a publicity stunt of Police Chief M. E. Hutto The house and senate conferees pose, however, your partner deals and 1 double.l even if on it'a n free for.InhIe tril'kl.1)oll't ., North

local theater. Civic clubs an- and to make a complete survey of HAMPTON have agree upon the substance of bide one no trump. second hand bids unless you can defeat the bid with your; Train No. 12. parcel post 2:50: P. ,
:ed they had asked city au- the crime conditions in Collier the Smith amendment and the two hearts and you have the following own tricks. Sr< often one hears at the m.

les to Investigate the Incident. county. Hutto's body was found Ml.. Ads Nlmno. CD*. Jones amendment to the federal hand Hearts: card table" I U\Vellr partner it'. a free Train No. 108, letters, 5 p. m.
-K. J 10 7
in the street finance corporation bill. : double. ")'erl double,
lying here. An Indian Clubs- 10, 4 often without very Night mails close at 6 p. m.
ksonville The Springfieldtic woman said she saw Hutto shot off The Smith amendment providesfor Diamonds K, 10, 9, A their justification merely because Starko &: &'11 Branch

Bank was robbed of $12n ,- the running board of an automobileby Mrs. J. P. Sullivan spent the loans by the department of agriculture Spades-A, 4, 2 anyhow ami opponents there's not have a chance a game Mail closes, 7:00: a. m.

currency here recently by a negro who was driving. J. week-end at Broker the guest of direct to farmers in need Do you think that second lIam) can beat them. This is particularly bad at to Mall arrives 2:40: p. m.
Mrs. A. B. Surrency. of funds to plant and finance their' make two hearts No, of
Harold course Contract for -
masked men who trussed andd Davis Fort Myers told a you a redouble is very costly -
Miss Lorene Thomas of Valdosta, crops this spring. It Is apparentthat don't. What are the reasons for your Another point I
employes as they enteredork coroner's jury that Hutto surprised ? to remember is this: Blue- nun Schedule
Ga., visited her the bill will opinion First your partner has bid Original bids
grandparents Mr. approved final always give exact information
locking three in the Robert Brown negro.. on the banks one no trump and i it he is a sound Daily effective Jan. 1, 1932. I
and of the river here. He said I and Mrs. O. Haynes and her aunt, ly and signed by the president this bidder, he has indicated end if sound should always Northbound :5:03 .
A negro porter bound several at least two indicate at least two and one-half quick : a. m., 0:19: a.
Mrs. P. B. Hunt week.
ing in the lobby managed to bags of liquor were lying on and one.half quick tricks that is, tricks irrespective of the suit or no m., 1B9: p. m., 4:59:: p. m., 8:19: p.
himself and liberate the three the bank. Davis said he fled. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Root who Mr. Green urged the departmentof tricks that will take if his opponents trump bid. On the other hand the m.
have been oneratlnsr the Hamoton agriculture immediately setup play the !hand. Second handis cards of
own the
your remaining Southbound
i people from the vault. players are not -\9:34): a. m., 12:34: p.
Hotel for the past year return.'d; to the necessary whereby the loans worth at least two and possibly three ; as a rule subject to such exact valua.
Tampa-The Sealdsweet Cron- tricks in hearts trick in m., 4:34: .p. m., 7:34: p. m., 12:50:: a.
one diamondsand tion.
their farm and fruit orchard near /may be promptly obtained. Dr. C. For that reason. as between
Miss m.
Katherine Florida
Icle citrus exchange organ, W. Warburton one trick in spades a total of four partners, it should be the duty of the
y of Lakeland who wasn today said the Seaboard Air Line Lake Geneva last Saturday. chief of the extension ind possibly five tricks. Add these partner of the original bidder to double Tickets and Information at

queen of the annual orangeal and Atlantic Coast Line railroads Next Sunday the pastor of the division gave assurance that tricks to the two you know your I rather than vice versa. lie knows Smith's Service Station next tot

now under way at Winter would again petition the Inter- Methodist church will preach both prompt action would be had. He partner has by his no trump bid and 'what the original bidder hat whereas courthouse.

i, left here today by airplane I'state commerce commission for morning and evening. At the eve- advised that It was the intention of you obtain six, possibly seven tricks the original bidder can only gue. as -
( against the two-heart bid. If such is his
ning service a masonic sermon will the department of agriculture to to partner' holding.
to Florida's to reduce
Washington permission
pay freight rates the
case shouldn't double? The
be handle the loans you foregoing summary will give a
ets to President Hoover. She on citrus shipments to northeastern preached to the Masons who through local This example shows the process of fair basis for sound business doubles Friends Thought
meet the chief executive Sat- terminals 25 per cent. The Florida with their families, will march In a county committees, who would receive thought,! that a player should follow in and if properly applied will produce

and present him with a box East Coast railroad was quoted by body and be seated in like man- the applications for loans from each instance before deciding to double many a big penalty. Sure He Would
individual farmer.
ner. Everybody is invited to be
|ulce Florida citrus fruit. the Chronicle as being willing: to
present and enjoy the service.Air. Mr. Green suggested that many Problem No. 1
meet the reduction if allowed. The
farmers Die Says Parker
-- In his
-- district
jimi Beach-A fourteen year commissions denied an applicationfor ana Mrs. M. .. watterson were almost I Hearts-non ,
irl found a $5,000: diamondh a 25: cent cut to the north- and children. Miss Ada Nimmo and ready to plant some of their crops, Clubs noneijiamond "f
Mrs. L. L. Bedenbaugh attendedthe and that owing to the early plantIng .-J Whet 8 raon Did; far M. Was Lit- P
| pin here returned it to its east because the roads asked thatIt season he hoped the committee Spades- A, K, 2 fl. Less Than 5 Mlr.cl.."
and received a reward of be made effective before the end Fifth Sunday meeting of the would be appointed within the next I.warts none Hearts J -

The finder was Mary R. of the 30-day( ; limit required by law Santa Fe Association that conven- few days. He added that Clubs* 'none t Y I Clubs_noneDiamonds
It was "Sargon restored -
ed at Melrose last Sunday. Diamond.- 1 K : A B _
n. The brooch belonged to for argument and ruling. It did none
Mrs. contemplated to make loans to Spades- Q, 9 4 Z tt my health at .a
Kate I
Sparkman of Waldo Spades- 10 8
George D. Van Seiever. Maryhe permit a cut of 25: per cent however farmers otherwise unable ,
to finance time when I
loss advertised in Miami to was the guest of her niece, Mrs.
a southeastern territory. their and that I sjris-8
crops a mortgage thought nothing
and carried the pin to Mrs. A. A. McDonald last Monday Feb- on the crop to be planted Cub-1 1C would "
help me.
Seiever who gave her the Chipley-Four men were being ruary the 1st. would be required by the depart 1 '0111:0'1(..-nona
Rev. F. M. Taylor and family at- i' ici:..- Time and again
reward. held In jail here today while a cor- ment of agriculture. J, o -
thia statement in

oner's jury and county officers Investigated tended the the New Fifth River Sunday Association meetingof There are no trun'r> r' r: :li !;.t d :<:::6J. HOlY cnn Y Z wIt! nil tins tricks contained In the
asota The annual winter the death of A federal
Murphy for
building garnet any ntlon of "The Can Tourist oforld" Riley 25, whose badly mutilated which convened with the First Baptist Florida, was the subject of ptrry'l Solution in tho I..,. voluntary
0 r 8 e m ents of
will here tomor- found railroad Church of Brooker last Sun- ference .
open body was on a track today between Congressman .
J. R. Parker
with about 1,900 delegates near Caryvllle early yesterday. day. January the 31st. R. A Green and the supervising :" -Vp. 2 grateful users ft

33 states, Canada and the Charlei Rich Major Norris, Clar- Mrs. J. G. Lamoreaux of Tampa : architect of the treasury. ; .. ]., I Sargon. J. R. Parker -

Rict' of Columbia. "The Cant ence Hicks and Jerry Goodwin-all who has been visiting her father Congressman Green urged that a .. tiii.r,4: : 416 IJrun Ave., Charlotte, N.
J. F. Johnson returned to :: ...,. w.., C., : "Mighty few men couM
of her home .11" says
$ the World" Is a nationalization fellow employes of Riley at a log building for Perry and for other '.
; .:;.J, J have what and
last < through I did
Friday night. o. gone
of winter visitors, camp at Ebro near Caryvllle-were small cities In Florida be author- 1 .. i Is-nc 3 ..-.. -. Ireert.
Q, 7nnno lived to tell about It. friend
ly retired merchants mechan- held without formal charges pend- ized from fund balances already Clubs- K, Q, I 9 .I. 1;: { I I:iuln.- My
Bid professional men and worn- ing completion of the investigation. appropriated for larger projects.He Diamonds- no: \ D a Di.ininnrls- ( I 9 thought I was going to dieand

|R. W. Vaughn, 81, retired Riley's skull was crushed his BOATDRAIN contended that a decline in the Spades-Q, 10, ; 7. i SpaUts 6, 5.10j what Saigon did for me Is little

City, Ind.. merchant is pres- legs cut off and one arm severed' prices of building materials had less than a miracle! My stomachwas
Mr Itlanrha Kdwrd. ''l'ts-I'I.
i Cor ) In terrible condition anI] I had
|oyal Chief. assumably by a passing train but enabled contracts for large pro- 'L.s. J, 7. 6
officers said they also found what jects to be completed at a sum ''''<:'-a 6 rheumatic pains In my shoulders,
back and and I was too nervous
siond Beach City author- they believed were knife woundson Conference will be held at China less than the authorized amount.He '
nnounced today they would the body. Riley's body was I Grove Church Wednesday evening.Mr. proposed that these funds be Hearts are trumps and Z is In the lead. How can Y Z win six of the to get a good night's sleep. I

that they could to make the sent to Ashford Ala., for burial and Mrs. F. R. Coleman visited used for buildings in smaller cities. seven tricks against any defense spent over $2,000 on medicines and

J ad Beach gold course 'safe" yesterday. I R. L. Lee Sunday. The supervising architect promisedto Solutllon In the next article. treaments. Sargon did me more
good than everything else! put together -
give consideration to the sub- _
John D. Rockefeller. The Nelson Grlffls visited Alva Coleman I .
--- -
-- = -- I during my 23 years sult'el'IDg. -
after the
ject amount of balances
lar old millionaire, missed his Jacksonville Products manu- Saturday afternoon.Mr. .
I r was finally determined.Dr. ers In areas of drouth and adverse announced by the board of engineers Every aliment I had is gone
golf for the third consecu- factured in Florida had a value of John Murrhee and family of and I'm In better physical condition -
weather conditions but to any and it in also expected that
J.iy assertedly to avoid a worn- $232,386,427 distributed among 54 Green Cove Springs visited MarIon than I've been In 20
W. years.
Warburton chief of farmer who was otherwise unableto the board will announce whether '
|io him.persistently seeks to Inter- separately classified industries *Gllsson and family Saturday.Mr. the extension division. departmentof finance growing of his crop their survey will be primarily for Sargon Pills are the finest laxative :

hourst Police Chief D. W. within the state a compilationbased C. C. Griffis Floyd Hornsby' agriculture today advised Congressman this spring. Dr. Warburton agreed barge or ship canal. The survey I ever used; they do more than relieve -
be said he hoped signers, on the 1929 census of manufacturers and father II. B. Hornsby, visited R. A. Green that the department that in his opinion ample funds soon will begin was authorized bya constipation-they overcomeIt.

I found for a petition to re- released tat publication Russell Hornsby Sunday at the of agriculture would were provided to cover loans to all bill Introduced and pawned by I ." Sold by Canova Pharmacy,

the woman from the com- here shown. The compilation was Riverside Hospital In Jacksonville. promptly appoint loan committeesin worthy cases. He agreed to act Congressman Green at the last Starke.

y. received by the district office Russell was hurt several weeks Florida to receive applicationsfrom promptly.The session of congress. -- -

of the bureau of foreignand ago by falling from a horse. He Is farmers for loans authorized -

rY-Over $10,000 worth of domestic commerce. More than improving we are glad to report. under the terms of the federal board of army engineers to- Congressman R. A. Green today 666

I were bid off Wednesday and the products was concentrated In Marie Tison Saturday.Mr. conference Congressman Green Gren that a statement would be and means committee against the i.Htrm > TAHM-T: II \IVH'

day by the Taylor Countye three industries the reports shows. urged that the planting season In made in the very near future relative proposed federal automobile tax. (Mill MqnM or Tahlrt lamed I.l.rns lIT

; Company. a local firm ownd Cigar and cigarette products were and Mrs. Carl Andrews visited Florida was rapidly approachingand to the beginning of the actual He contends that motor vehicles <.*nd iet.mill .Halvo... ftrlv..tr..Ir..t..t llr. n...koinpl .for.. '

operated by Thomas B. valued $41,086,735: : lumber and Mr. and Mrs. Stearns Sunday. that loans would soon be need- physical survey of the proponed and motorists are already bearIng Colila.Mout.

tt, Sr., George M. Emanuel ,I timber commodities at $36,912,873 Hermon Lee called on Mr. and ed. He also pointed out that loans canal across Florida. The first their portion of the tax bur- Speedy Remedies Known

rnest Meres. A large number and fertilizers at $1 .160,2t3. Mrs. F. R. Coleman Sunday. should be made not only to farm- route to be surveyed will soon be den. -

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Mr. and Mrs. TJ. A. Joyner Mr. n. Ls'. Darner
JI rr
; announce their the sister marriage of 1

Mary Russ ard The was store broken of Mr Into A1 ass\ EI

I to night and a quantity or
Mr. W. A. Jr. age
CIRCLES OF TUB BAPTISTW. ing. Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs candy and other arflNel
The solemnized -
wedding was quietly
M. 8. TO MEET G. A. Taylor. taken. The!! window t8 b
at six o'clock at the
open by the boys wh.
The circles of the Baptist W :M OMAN'S CLUB TO MEET Methodist parsonage Monday afternoon rested next day. They !vereij
with the Rev. H. J. Hae-
S. will meet Monday UEDNESDAY AFTERNOONThe King, J. B, Bradley im, Jo,
atternoon'j flinger, pastor of the church, of-
Feb. 8th at 3 o'clock. Moseley, who admitted 'he '
ficiating. Mrs. Joyner, sister of
1 will meet with Mrs I. F. Brown, regular business meeting ot Most of the!! goods wet, ret\
the bride and Mrs G. L. Stephens -
Circle No. 2 with Mrs. W. H. Perkins the Woman's Club will bo held The boys were taken ti. ,tart |
close friends the (
a were only
and Circle No. 3 with Mrs. Wednesday afternoon, Feb 10th at guests present at the marriage. lodged in the Jail when they

James Shepard. 2:30: o'clock. 'trial Monday The BrmJIeyj
couple left this in
Following the business session, The was freed, while the olh, two!
their for the
car wedding
a trip on
WU. A-M MKS.\ \V. II. the formal dedication of the J. W. be sent to the reform
i'' f
east coast, and will later go to
ANDREWS ENTERTAINA Alvarez Memorial Fountain wll months.
Starke where they will reside.
I take place Mrs. W. S. Jennings' Miss Louise Thedt |
The bride has been a residentof
delightful affair of last Thursday of Jacksonville, a former president 'it week-end With Miss
Iboraar Beverly< r
this for the six
city past ,
evening was an oyster supper :of the Florida Federation of Wom- years t'a at Lake Klngaley.
and has made her home
with Mr.
I" given by Mr. and Mrs. W. II. An- an's Clubs, will be present and r. Howard Miner of that !
and Mrs. her naive
Joyner during -
stay '
drews at their summer resort aKlngsley will dedicate the fountain. Mrs ,
r Gainesville is
here. She is an attractive ? t spenmnj, (]
,:' young _
Lake.Enjoying Ruth Bryan Owen, congresswoman '
woman and has won by her pleas- t days with relatlv.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrews' and Mrs.. W. L. Wilson, state president -
ing manner a large circle of friends Those attending 0 e: S
I' hospitality were: Mr. and Mrs. N. are Invited and are expectedto
who that Starke Monday night v re
her will
regret marriage
Q Adams Mr. and :Mrs. Errol Alvarez accompany Mrs. Jennings.
dames W. C. Wooten, G A A
take her from Bartow but
:Mr. and Mrs, Horace May, The program for the afternoon away
she will with her, their best son, W. E. Torode, E B ,Velh
:Mr. and Mrs C. H. Counce, Mrs. Is In charge of Mrs W. E. Middle carry W. H.
wishes to her Blgga.
home. Mrs. Bes-
0 E. Stansbury, Miss Edna Stans- ton, Mrs. D. E. Knight and Mrs
Miss Herman''
sent was attired In a modish frock Emily 'nen'J
bury, :MIss Myrtle Reddish Miss R. J. Davis and is as follows: week-end In
of black and white flat with Jacksonville wit!
Virginia Alvarez, Mr. McRay John- Quartette "The Bells of st. crepe
black accessories harmonize.The parents.
son, Mr. N. N. Prevatt Mr. N. D. Mary's" (A. Emmett Adama)-- to
Is business I Miss Grace "Lebarct meet
In -
Bumgarner and Mr. Wilson May. Mrs. A. Z. Adams, Mrs. H. B. :Mc- groom
in Starke and is also popular I week-end with her paren' ittor's j
:- Lendon, Mrs. D. E. Knight and
INTERMEDIATE: G. _,.'.. Miss Ethel Griffin. with many friends In his home Inlet.
MET MONDAYThe city.-Bartow Record. Mr. J. E' Barrett has "et t I
G. P. Raymond.
Prayer-Dr. to his home In Vista, nfici s.I;
Piano Solo-Mrs. H. V. Knight. Tt' "
s s 117 Ia .
s. Ing a few days here wit) Mr '
Intermediate O. A.'s met al t Dedication of Alvarez Memorial GUY C. CAIIV : CrN.Lb.zL. I
the home of Mrs. W. J. Mrs. G. Norton.
Epperson Fountain-Mrs. W. S. Jennings. -"
Monday afternoon with their leader Quartette, "On Wings' of Song," Guy C. Cady, 45, died suddenly AT THE FNrr7ANCE a ,. Miss Dot Sapp of Baldwin,|
Mrs W. M. Mundy, Jr., and (Mendelssohn-Mrs.) A. Z. Adkins, at his home at Kingsley Lake Mon- Photo Baml'too! M. Wrlirhi visiting friend here last wee

Mrs. W. J. Epperson joint hostesses Mrs. H. B. McLendoh, Mrs D. E. day morning. He was born In flare: Cave Mite Underground FI"M 1 that expedition were d; to explore was used .. an executive headquarterr Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney

Kansas but for the 18 the Uttle known receaaes" at the visiting her parents Elder j
I Knight and Miss Ethel Griffin. past years With 38 Saltpeter Hopper I by General Lee and no doubt a* t

; Miss Dorothy Sapp presided over Dedication of George Washington has made his home in; Florida.Mr. dark underground passage Crawling temporary base hospitaL All in au Mrs. H. V. Skipper In Jackaoi

.. the business session after which a Memorial Tree. Cady served in the World WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS. W Va through tight bole, wading through one 1* amazed when comparing tb, Saturday.

splendid "World's Comrades" program Vocal Solo, "Thees." (RasbachMrs. ) War and for the last ten years has -A aar'aanEUan cave 400 feet underground ground underground stream lakes, the and party fording came under-upona World efficiency War of underground thus cave to dugout the modern they Miss Leuella Tatum ot Dell

was enjoyed. Plans were been blind due to injuries receivedat large opening containing the Hoppers spent the week-end with here\
R. J. Davis with cavern still unexplored, were far from being safe compared to
discussed and made for the year's The Woman's Club extends a that time. lIe was a, memberof I They are la perfect conditionand this. Mrs. O. W. Roberts.
Has Been discovered Her
containing according to 76-year-old O "" Mr. 'and Mrs. Harry Mine)
work. cordial invitation to the citizens the Jonea-Langford-Whlte Post, a.Carter The territory hereabout u unlqnn
At the close of the meeting the attend American Legion. thirty-eight i saltpeter (uppers, wbico who baa studied the hoppers In historical data, and this discover: Jacksonville, were visitors ail\

"e hostesses served a sweet course to I of the town and county to The funeral was held Wednesday were used dj General Robert B Lee aContederste'army could *tll] be-.used effectively The was not wholly. unexpected, Oen re. home of E. J.. Roberts Sundaf

the following present: :Misses' this dedication service. afternoon at 3:30: o'clock at the la the manufacture bay and straw, which lines the copper Lee and his Army spent much time a. Mrs. J. H, Moore and son, 1
The hostess committee Is Mrs. to hold the saltpeter I* still intact the famous "White"
'' of amlll'uD1t1 D. General now the Ctreen-
<'., Dorothy Sapp Mildred Hundley, John Uglow, Mrs. F. F. Stump, family residence and interment at I Lee used this despite lEe smj-sw yean of Inactivity: brier Hotel bar following the clone >! spent Sunday afternoon in
In bis
Elizabeth HoIIingsworth, Martlle Mrs. J. C. Hoover, Mrs. G. :M. Sis- Kingsley Lake cemetery. The body ,I gunpowder many battles againit hundreds of feet beneath rhe surface the Civil Wai A pageant re-emictme sonville.

Yj.. Hemingway, Vera Claire Robinson, trunk, Mrs. L. Wyman, Mrs. R. J. was carried to Its final resting the which North took during. the War of I8e -6fl Smoke covered walls testify to toe use the battle or White Sulphur 9pnni:: The many frlenda of Miss
place in Mils area. While
,,, Geraldine Johns, Louise Snyder, Davis and Miss Florence! Wood. place In the flag draped casket by the cave has oeen Known to enn for while of torches miscellaneous by the Confederate nook and Army and all tbe activities in which General trice Miner will be pleased to \

: Dorothy White, Myrtice Ford and -a an American Legion Escort. The eome ;;utoe, \it was not until/ rerntlyHOW show that "h..> underground crevice cavern next Lee took August part 1* being plannea Dare she has recovered from her i

::, Hazel Crews. THE '-II CLUB MEETS Rev. L. G. Ray of Green Cove Illness and Is able to be out si

Springs and Rev. W. F. Jones, officiated -- -- I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode

CIRCLES ENTERTAINED The regular monthly business The DeWitt C. Jones TO FIND HEALTH Briefs State Items proposed by Commissioner B. Da- Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts

MONDAY AFTERNOON meeting of the 4-H Club of Starke, Company was In charge. T vid. dinner guests at the home oil
$., Perfect health cannot be achieved and Mrs. J W. Andrews, J
was held at the clubhouse Wednesday The active pallbearers were: Key West Roof on annex to
'The circles of the Woman's Missionary afternoon. Measra L. D. Vining, J. A. Saul by attention to one phase of Lake Worth-C. K. Simon pur- Marine Hospital completed Starke last Thursday evening

I Society of the Methodist Miss Elaine Wynn presided in N. D. Wainwright, Jr., E. K. Per- be personal blended hygiene.in order All to facts must chased funeral home at 8th and J Lake Worth Whitehall Hotel The musicale l entitled, 'A.
produce a
church met Monday afternoon with the absence of the president. DurIng ryman, R. A. Newsom, Pltzer. Honorary well-balanced and perfectly-func streets opened for season. In Hawaii" was given at tbe t

/ r' an attendance of about forty per. the business session the following pallbearer.: Messrs. A. E tinning machine. This does not Sarasota Cabinet plans for Cocoa Cain Radio and News house last Thursday night fcl

sons.Mrs. committees were appointed: Wall, J. J. Canova, R. C. Buford, mean that maintaining health Is $175.000 postofflce sent to Wash- Stand moved to new location on benefit of the P.-T. A. The!

i W. E. Middleton was hostess : Finance committee, Myrtice Ford, W. E. Torode, C. A. Futch and O. complicated. Not at all. It Is a sensible ington for approval. Harrison streetFrostproof seeds will be used to buy shru'

to the Noble White Circle, and chairman, Martlle Hemingway and A. Andreu. simple: scientific procedure.One Jensen School board purchased Peninsular Tele- for the school grounds.

!" ',I the living room of this hospitable Francis Hemingway; program Near relatives are, his mother, reads today advertisementsIn school site here. phone Co., made Improvements to Orlffls-Ford.

.; home was bright with nasturtiums committee, Vera Claire Robinson, lira Flora B. Cady; slaters, Miss supposedly''reputable magazines, Miami-With $1,500,000 worthof local system. The marriage of Miss BJ

i. ",' and choice roses. During the business chairman, Geraldine Johns and Dora Cady, of Atlanta, ,Ga.; Miss >romlsin t secrets of health by this Improvements, Hialeah Park, Homestead Wholesale 'Cash Ford of Marianna, to Alonzo
'. aseslon Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Flora Miami Club'a renovated buyers' platform opened here fin of this city'was solemnlz
was June Smith. A committee was Cady, Orlando: Miss Beatrice or that single method each quotingat Jockey some

appointed circle treasurer and Mrs. appointed to discuss the dates of Cady, Jacksonville; Mrs. Frank E. length a cure for this and that, racing plant, reopened ,for 39-day, time ago.Winter. ;I Marianna last Saturday, Jan
H. A. Dew secretary.. Mrs. A. regular club meetings, with Mr. Foster, Hartford, Conn.; Miss Beverly and each boasting the road to perfect meet. Garden Fireplace completed Mr. Griff is a prominent bu

Wood led the devotional service, S. S. Dowling was, Louise Kite and Cady, Starke; one brother, health.. In the same magazines Sebring Sebring Hotel op"ned at American Legion Hall. I man of Lawtey and he anJJ

and others taking part on the pro- Alma Thornton. Miss Essie Sapp Paul R. Cady, Hartford, Conn. wen find advertisements of under management of Mr. and Orlando -> Headquarters for bride will reside here. Their t

gram were Mra. A. W. Anderson, was appointed chairman of flower Among those from out of town the manner In which to make huge Mrs. E.-C.. Harlow. : Florida sales agency of A. B. C. oil friends wish them much succij

Mrs.: L. C., :Prescott and Mrs. H. A, exchange. attending the funeral were: Miss fortunes- in oil stocks- -, with guaranteed Arcadia Heating plant Installed heaters and ranges opened at 541 their married life.ROSEDALE.

,I uew. During me social period the I I 'Following the business meeting Dora Cady, Atlanta, Ga.: :MIss Bea- returns on "investments; In Trinity Methodist church edifice. West Church street. .

hostess, assisted!! } by )her daughter, Miss Jordan gave the girls ma- trice Cady Jacksonville; Miss "Beauty over Night, from using Groveland Many acres of cucumbers -

Mliia) Madge Mlddfetqp /served a I I tennis for the nutrition course. Flora Cady, Orlando; Mr. Paul R. certain cosmetics; and other allurIng Ocala-Taylor Field, county and planted in this section of
offers. Great numbers of
tempting salad course. i The main feature of the afternoon Cady, Hartford, Conn. these advertisements us, municipal airport, dedicated Florida.
guided by ,
The Harriet Peek Circle was en- I was preparing a boil custard, attempt to buy health but Ignore Winter Garden Bids asked for Stuart Kensington Beach Club
tertained by Mm. J. H. Bitch and which was cooked In hQIU -madf' CHAS. R. ENSEY other advertisements of gaining dock repairs. opened for season. Mr. R. C. Grlffls ,spent S

Mrs. R. A. Weeks, at the home of tireless cooke :Miss Jordan gave -- riches Investing; our bank accounts Macclenny A. J. Powers build- Orlando Central Florida Exposition with Mr. and Mrs Lacy Nor

j.the former, The business.session a. discussion; on milk and Its uses Charles R. Enaey of Cocoa, died lit Similar advertlsementa Ing filling station on highway in to be held in city Feb. 23- Mr. M. L. Thompson was J

Wan presided over by the circle in the diet. at his home there Wednesday night In other, words, we gamble with West Macclenny. 27., Ing Mr. and Mra. R. C. Grill!

leader, Mrs. J. H. Ritch, and the following an attack of pneumonia.: our health, but completely ignore Clewlaton Work started on Miami P. E. Louys plans ex- urday.

The was to Starke which Involve building addition to Sugarland panding fruit and vegetable storeto Little Miss Margaret Jo1
following appointments were made: CARD OF THANKS body brought a gamble might our
1t Circle treasurer, :Mrs. A. H. Harley, Thursday afternoon and laid to bank accounts.The Service Station building. handle line of groceries. celebrated her 11th birthday il

rest In Lake Rev. chief rules of Winter Haven Site at Third Groveland Morse and home of her grandparents, llj
Jr.; Circle ,secretary, Mrs. L. D. We wish to take this method of Crosby cemetery, personal hygiene Irving
Green. The subject for discussion our heartfelt thanks not I Harrison of Penney Farms conducting could admirably summedup street and 'Avenue A, Southeast, Clayton Weir opened la extending chosen for location of proposed .. Ice cream and cak|
was "Woman's Citizenship Respon to friends In Gainesville I the services. Mr. Ensey as: Hunter block.
only our
former ((1) Begin :with personal ap- $130,000 post office. served. She!! also received
sibilities. At the close of the friends in Bradford was a resident of Starke
but to
.a our many and praisal by having a health exam- Lake Worth Gulf Stream Hotel i gifts from friends. Those p<\
of his
meeting the hostesses, assisted by county who have shown us so news death came as a Don't Get Up NightsMake '
for Lucille Grlffls
opened season. were ,
nation. formally
Mrs. Hamilton Ritch hock to his friends
served dainty and many throughout -
refreshments.The much sympathy so very many the county. ((2) Improve Immediately any Ocala-$46,270( spent in buildingand This 23o Test Ethel and Bertha Taylor,

society gained two courtesies and kindnesses, duringour defects or correct any faculty habits repairs la, this city during Use the bladderlaxer., Drive out Geneva and JImmie Lou H(
members at this sad bereavement, caused by that such an examination may 1931. Impurities and excessive acids Mr. Louis Manning, Preston Ifeldt.

: February meetOVER the death of our Ion and brother, RESOLUTION disclose. Gainesville $100,000 additionto which cause irritation that resultsIn Mrs. H. A. Rivers and

Thomas Van Williams. Whereas, by Divine Providence ((3) Breathe fresh 'air at all University of Florida library leg pains, backache, burning and ter, Mary, Mrs. L. Linsey and!|

(Signed) Mra. Josie Williams, times. formally opened.BrooksvilleRogers. getting up night. BU-KETS, the Bon, Earl, Mr. and Mrs
death has entered the home of
\VORII Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Thomas, Mr. one ((4)) Get out of doors as much DepartmentStore bladder' laxer, containing buchu Manning' aud little granJau
:.,. Joe S. of our Sunday school teachers, Mrs. .
and Mrs T. Williams
Lynk as you can. remodeled. oil etc works the blad-
being Juniper on Margaret.
L. G. Powell and
taken her son
NERVES'-U Williams Miss Mamie Hale. ; (5)Seek) the sunshine. In it Winter Park Alabama Hotel der pleasantly and effectively as
Resolved that the members
of the school we find the famed ultraviolet lightIn opened for winter season. castor oil on the bowels. Get a Tarpon Springs Large c I
Baptist Sunday extend -
proper, proportions. Madlaon-S. D. Kramer and ,M. 25c box (5 grain size) from your trance sign will be erected out
to her and her husband
deepest sympathy in their great our. ((6)) fEat plenty of wholesome, Foor opened Daylight DepartmentStore druggist. After four days, If not highway, just over north cltl;

well-selected and nutritious food. at 206 S. Range street. relieved of getting, up nights go

sorrow That; i ((7)' Drink plenty of water' ev Delray Beach Casa Del Rey :back and get your money. You are
we are powerless to give
I ery day Hotel opened for season under ; bound to, feel better after this
comfort, but point them to the (8)) Do not overeat and avoid
$3,980 Great who alone I management of D. Bradshaw. ;cleansing and you get your regular
Comforter, cap; overweight, ulnot by using various '
Davenport Airport Bearing sleep Locally at Mltchell'a Drug ATLASThe
f remove the lUng of death;. -eancoettorMi, purgative medicines Store. -
'That a copy of these resolutions' ,"to reduce." completion. ,

1 IN CASH PRIZES, be sent to Mrs. Powell and also ((9)) Word hard, play often, and school Chipley nearing_ Gymnasium completion.at, high I I -, '-.' -. ". .... -. 00 0'
be published In the Bradford Coun- have a good time at both.
lyI'v ty Telegraph.- with Plans underway to pave highwayNo.
((10)) Sleep enough plentyof
r Will be awarded "Leaf by leaf the roses fall freah air.' 19 between Perry and'Talla Modern Tire Guarantt
Drop by drop the streams run (11) ,Exercise In'some way every Dry
Lake Worth Improvement
listeners to the 1
t One by, one our dear ones are (12) Wear sensible clothes, made at local golf course.
Tampa Site being sought for CleaningModern
r called light and loose. N, .......N1N
UP '1'0 your ....1a- REXALL To'hake jewels for His Crownon ((13) Be aa cheerful, serene and Danish colonization project ,being
narr at high is sponsored by Tampa Danish Society
every aIoa High. contented as possible.

No wonder you snap,at the wife DRUGGISTS'RADIO Mrs. W, J.. Epperson, (14)) Get your nerves under "Valhalla." Cleansing Ma- ,

a1BI bark at th. dren. Mrs. Geo. C. White, control, but do not use .drugs for Hollywood Survey of proposed :hinery Skilled i l 1 Em- Frigidairethe
Wat cia out! Overworked PARTY this Ocean Beach highway from Danla
nova lead to Committee. purpose. ployees Assures you the
SleepleMMaa Beach road to Dade line
(15) Take proper care of your county ,
Nervous .
vaa Indirection Headache.and a boat Kern of LISTEN IN every Sunday ,';COLONIAL COSTUMES eyes and other important organs. completed recently. oest in dry cleaning of three, year gUG

-. other unpleasant disturbance Evening '7:19 Eastern Stand- -- ((16) Have a bowel movementat Palm Beach-Royal Poinciana the most delicate fabrics. rein
anted electric \
Bdeivescent 00 try Dr. Miles? ard Time; 6:15 Central; 5:15 Everyone Is requested to come least once dally. Hotel opened for season.

J ,_, Nervine Tablets Mountain J ':13 Pacific, over to the Colonial Costume Reception ((17) Keep away from persona Key West Work progressing DYEINGPHONE

Joat one in a Kali glaaa o! a Coaat-to-Couat Hook-up of Feb. 22. See about your costumeat having communicable diseases. at submarine base. 28 erator
Water makes 1
a pleaaant
ling drink delightfully park- N. n. C. StationsMitchell's. once. Inquire of Mrs Young, (18) Keep poisons out of the Tallahassee Florida highway

to overtaxed nervea. soothing Mrs. Stump or Mrs. Morgan. 2-5-21 system. commission met recently to draft

Dr. MneV Nervine fa now ((19) Get your hygienic advice tentative budget for year with approximately For sale bySmith's

made la two f orm_Liquid and Birth..* from reputable regular physiciansor $8,000,000 In site for

Effervescent Tablet. Both haft DrugStore Mr. and Mrs. Ralford Carroll, scientific health agents-not construction, maintenance, debts Starke DryCleaners

t, the aamej soothing effect.! Starke, daughter, January 30th. from cultists ur fanatics. and operating expenses.

$1.00 at year drug store !o1r, and Mrs. W. D. Groves, Law- ((20). Stand up and tace the Clewlaton United States Sugar Serve

tey, lIOn, January 80th. world, for the world Is at your feet Corporation's plant (In operation.

If you have good health. Miami Work started on first

I 0. -.r.aU.. Lake Placid Fencing crews coast guard air base In the country. StationStarke
started work of building 17 miles Cocoa Atlanta & Gulf Fertilizer Hollywood Resurfacing strip The Only Dry' Cleaning

of new fencing to complete western Ca of Jacksonville 35 feet wide In
,, plan opening Hollywood Boulevard Plant in Town
line of new tick eradication area local warehouse to handle from Intra coastal canal to
: : ,' In Highlands ,
-- I, their line. Harding' Circle at cost of $7,324,

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Winter Garden City council'

GASOLINE SAMPSON CITY GRAHAM discussed," plans for constructs
Mis. Itomthr smith. ('<.. Miss Mlles Johnson, Tor, Municipal Dock this winter.

Bits of AS .. -,- -- Hotel ,
PRICE IS CUT IN HALF Sarasota-- on Cen|.

I II Mr and Mrs W. H. Smith spent John Reynolds) and eon, Junior, tral avenue' thoroughly renovate '
Friday In Jacksonville. of Fairfield are visiting: the form and redecorated throughout,

l cal ijevtr Mr Sol Thomas and wife left for er's! mother. *- _A- --- -.-

V GASOUNE RA GASOLINE Jacksonville Friday. They will be S. L. Prescott! : of Ztff was a bu Madison C. t Knight of Quit

30t PE 1 P R GALLON AX A ESSME 30 J away for several months.Mr. ness visitor here Friday.We man opened' bowling alley in 'Itore:

r Concerning Our People Business and Carl Wynn and family at- are sorry to report' that Mrs room on. Range. street
I 2 tended church here Sunday.E. Robert Surrency la very 111 at this -- --- -- -
I Progress of the County and Town. 2 DW. Jones was a business writing. Leesburg Dennett F Ciskyop-

2Qt s m1/15 e) visitor in Starke Tuesday. Eligo Strickland and son, Clyde ened grocery store and gas station, i'

..'RSZSZSHHave:: ;55252t ""'=..,....,".'.."-"..,.=..... _C'J'-C'J C'J C'JC'JC C'J==...C'J....=....".'"....=.......,.......,....=........ 2I1T Mrs. W. H. Smith attended" the who have been to Plant City for a at Sunny hJe drive at Claky ParK<<'.
t your car greased at I 15f / % Methodist Missionary Society at few weeks returned Friday
REPORT Mr. Harry Warren and of
Loule's. Mrs. W. E itliJdleton's l Monday family l.
.' Mrs. Lester' Kite spent TuesdayIn Ziff, have moved here. They occupy r J

U Cars washed and polished at Compiled by Starke Branch, U. Starke with her: mother-in-law, the house vacated by Mr. and :Urn. FLORIDAi'l

Loule'a.t S. Forestry Department. Mrs. James Kite. A. Padgett.
Week ending Feb. 2, 1932. & : % Mr. and Mrs J. L. Conner and, I

t Fast color Prints only lOc a yardat Date Max. Mln. Preclp. Miami Henry L. Doherty'snew sons, of Rising were visiting Mr. THEATRE
Sternberir'8. Jan. 27 74 59 .28 I o $13.000,000 recreation center and Mrs. R. M. Johnson and family

Jan. 28 78 55 1120 9l1 1911 11123 4921 19Z$ mate IIV lama 191' 1113D 1931 Florida Year Round Club opened. Friday afternoon. Miss Pearl GAINESVILLE. FLA.

C, Goodyear tires and tubes. Louie's Jan. 29 78 57 Johnson accompanied them.
t Station. Jan. 30 77 62 .15 AVERAGE GASOL.INE AX A 4 Brooksvllle Mrs. Cockflcld's There will be services at the "-'
Service 3 IN CENTS Pen GALLON 3
Jan: 31 61 36 2 s 2 Cafe on West Broad street taken Christian church Sunday morningat Pro. Week Feb. 4th ; \
Feb. 1 69 I E over by T. G. Brown of eleven o'clock and
S Half Price Sale on Ladles Conts 41 I r I II Tampa. Sunday eve-
at Sternberg's. Feb. 2 80 47 I 0 a ning at 7:30: by Rev. Menchue of
Total rainfall for week .43 in. Mt. Dora Orange juice plant lake Butler & ,
A L.1HOUUU in Thursday Friday
a decade gasoline lions. The
tax waa"l viud lo tlmuiuo here to
I> Ladle shoes--odds and ends ouly prices have been halved mo- good roads but revenue la divertedto ready start operations with Miss Dclnm Surrency of Tampa
$1.49 at Steinberg's. Mr. and Mrs.. C. S. Laird and Arlnta are,unable to take full ad- school,: text book fish hatch- capacity of 500\ cases.. per day. was called to the bedside of her "The Man I Killed" -,
..I daughter Miss Jean of Greenville rantaso of the bargain because erlee, oyster farina state butldlnm grandmother thin week.
.II visited friends in Starke and (ta-te gasoline taxes Increase the and prolefitu, unemployment ren..f.aovel'nmlItl Eustla -- Central Service Station With
I Col. and Mrs.. J. L. Frazee mo- Brooker Friday and tout nearly one-third. expenses. pensions opened in building on corner of
tored to Bushnell Tuesday. Saturday. Records of the American Petro- salaries'et.fRevenues Bay and Orange streets. Poiilicil! I Announcements Lionel Itarrynwre, .

t eum Institute show that In 11)20) while enormoun. never ..
L Col. H. V. Knight was in Lake' Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bell and Mr. prices In 60 representative clue, have kept par with' tax rates.. Jacksonville Plans nearing Phillip Holmes
I and Mrs. John Uglow were guestsat at least one In each state averaged Higher' rates. Invoking the Inn of roll II1 Ml,] ..K\ \TOIlfn
Butler Monday on business. completion for
". I the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 2 .74o per gallon. State tales diminishing returns have encour- proposed federa 1 response. to the, stiitRcntlnn of Nancy Carroll ".
I I'i A. Gardiner Sunday aiternoon.: averaged .09o per Ration an average aged the filing of clulmn for lax building here. ninny IfttflN.. nod hpllevlniv that ,
Mr. J. V. Walton of Palatka was asMeuiment of .3% on the retail refunds many of them fraudulent ran. 1m of vnhiuhlv H rvU<'* tu tti II \t.'ti Lniirrl and Hardy '
r a visitor In Starke Tuesday. price. At the beginning of 1932: and 1n Home males ulinoiblntj VO'l'It'la'I'li .tl'l-Ktll: |people l l nf thin I senatorial. dletrictcomposed .. ., ComedySaturday :
: of Union and Jlru.ir rnrountlas
Milton Brownlee Jr. of the University -
prices averaged only ISc but lax i I I 40% of income Rates. above 20 per It appearing from affidavit' Attach I hereby nnnoiinco myself
'. John Powell was a visitor in of Florida in Gainesville rates averaged 4c. maklnr the coP*, :I gallon have made las evasion sufficiently ed. to the mil of complaint fll.d !In AH a ranilltliilfl' for elate neimtor,
is ten this mart, wherein Fiank :M. Mnrley. subject to the will of the l>eni with his to motorists
spending days parents 1 7e per Knl I on and the lucrative to support" the has filed Mult
Jacksonville Monday afternoon. divorce attains voters at the primary election on
Mr and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee average aaflpBHment. S.S() %. or nearly operations of racketeers who. by Wardle :M'".tcyi. that residence or June 7. ID32 1 lift ln.fuvol' of find
one-third of the retail price. I I gasoline bootlegging bribery forgery address. of.Vurdla Mnrlny IK Boston will work for tAX reduction and Inn
r That Good Gulf and Ethyl Gas A In 1120 state tax rates were only I I Intimidation and. among other :Massachusetts; that then la no reduction.. of the expense lor run- "NO ONE MAN"With
Mrs. O. P. Liken, has returned to In the state of Floilda.
Supreme Motor Oils at Louie's. Ic and Zc per gallon. Now they mean.*, Bale of Inferior und often known to affiant, service of process: ; nine favor the and slat will government work for{ I also eke
her home
at Atlantic Beach aftera range from 2c to To. Counties and harmful fuels and lubrlranm.' take upon whom would bind the said. de- .rvnvthvnlna uf the state bitnltln
visit here with her brother and communities Impose additional an their profits gasoline tax fflY.- fendant.It lawn to protect depositors" and to
Feet hurt Get fitted with a pair sister-in-law, Col. and Mrs. J. L taxes, the pyramided levies run- flues estimated as high *s $100- In therefore oidurnd. that the make their liability to IIIHW much Carol Lombard, q
": of arch type shoe at Sternberg's.CoL anld Waidle Mnrley do appear to the nioi remote I will ever bi alert
Frazee.Mr. ning as birth aa 'V4o.'' Although [000.000 hill of complnlnt' In said. cameen' for and. on the right side. of any Ricardo Cortez b
two-thl'd of the states now impose I Information reaching: the Inntl. Rlnrke Florida. .. on or he Core March other measures which 1 tob
1 and Mrs. D..E. Knight were taxes of 4c or more, !Increases In. tute from investigators Inlor.* 8'h. A. 1>. 1IIJ.: else the allegations .. for the bent I Interests' nf the people
and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick of said bill of complaint" will betaken and the protection of their rightsand "
II in Palatka Tuesday on business. their rates bav been proponed A than III IItlllps Indicates that unlesstaxes
I have as their guests Mr. S. C. federal gasoline tax of at least Ic,* are r.'titr"?*! to s uniform rate It In as further ordered.by her that thin notice tort property.will he highly Your appreciated vote and ,sup-and Monday & TuesdayEdw. 1

Brandon and son, Joe Bill and per gallon has been. mentioned | nnar Zc, uniform tax lawn are be published once a work for .f I nm elected., your confidence In
Mrs. W. 'Andrews and daugher. Miss Martha Mr. Rollin On< tax revenue* have I I passed aol fully rnforrml. and the four consecutive weeks. In llrnilforil me will never he violated.Uespottfully.. G. Robinson I
in County Telegraph, published InBtiirke. .
Alice Langford spent Thursday" Brandon and Miss Dora Brandon of soared from around 84.000.000 In expenditure, of' rvrnu ttt conll -ed Florids.Witness I Lake Butler, ria. J. M MANN, M I). In
Alachua. 1920 to an estimated. S621i.ono.ooo tO htgllwsllti the! 'fHdtfBI KtnuMIKtn my hand na Cleric and
Clover S. C. In 1931. the counties and communities In hi.ifttrrin iv bi- -n-n*. 'hgranter' ". the Seal of this. court thin the 4th
day of Hlk. tarv A Ik 1Q1JI. > To the Tiemocmtlo Voter of the "Five Star Final" 4l' '
Paul Knight has returned to then aTTrwInir pddl" mal In II. t't' ran-I' -- -- .' W. -Al.UiItMAN i Fifteenth p"iiatorlul Dlntrlit:

University of Florida to resume Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Davis of _______, u_ __ .._ ---- (Official Seal) flerk of then Many of the Voters, both nrndford
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Jacksonville returned to their and Union counties which comprisethe
.I i his studies. K. PiBmtTHAN above senatorial district, urged'
Ie home Monday after spending sev- Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight. Mrs. Teacher Meeting Solicitor. for Complainant me, prior to the death of Henutar' Wednesday
eral days with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. H. V. Knight and Paul Knight were 2.6-at-3.4. Johns, to enter the rave for the
+ Mrs. F, A. Andrews of Lake Butler Friday, February 12 pemocratlo nomination, a. senator '
,1 was among the visitors to Nasworthy. recent visitors in Jacksonville. IUNKH'.r Mtl.M In the coming", pilmnry election to Barbara Stanwyck
be held In June 11)12) I now take
J Starke Friday.. at 2 M. .VOTICH Is hereby given that the I thin method of nuking I formal.
to be my
given p.
Friends of Mr. D. A. Montieth Program ,
Misses Edna and Carrie Hutto trustee of the estate of DeWItt C. announcement for thla ImpoitantofTlce. In
who Is ill in St. Luke's hospital in I Helen Pratber and Mr. A. H. Hall Friday. February 12 at the Starke Jones, also eWltt C. Jones, trading I ask each and every voterto
Mrs. E. M.: John end Owen Griffin as Jones Hardware Company, bank .
carefully consider candidacy
School building: my ;
attend :Jacksonville will be glad to know were in Jacksonville Sunday. They High rupt. will sell at public outcry to If I am the nominee I pledge J ...ITI.1t""cUully. "FORBIDDEN"With
in Tuesday
were Bayard Devotional Exercises Rev. the highest I and' best bidder nr bidders .
that he Is improving and will soon were accompanied home by Mrs. clent service to the people.
) ing to business. for cash at the front door of ,
be able to return borne. Hall and little daughter Sharon, Jones. the county court house, Btarko, Flor- Lake Butler, Flo. IIAh Y. MAINU8
" America the Beautiful first and ida. on February. lath, lv3ii at 11
Judge A. Z. Adkins and State's who spent last week there with last verse led by Miss Poppell. 'o'clock ... in., the following described a PKItlMTKXUKXT: Of grllOOI.f Adolph Menjou ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Turner and friends. real estate to-wlf:
Attorney A. S. Crews were In Mac- daughter Miss Loiselle, attendedthe Public School Music as an Aid In I laying: and being( In Bradford Through the solicitation of many
'clenny: Tuesday Character:Development-By Mrs.A. I county Florida. described l as sfommenclnn of my friend. and my desire to attain
funeral of Mr. Turner's broth Miss Hazel Adklns Miss: Hazel '" at the NR corner of he your school uperlntundenl. I desire Next Thurs. & Fri
er-ln-law Mr. Britt in Jacksonville Middleton and Miss Mona Alder- E. WalL land, conveyed by A. V. Long and tn announce myself a* a candidate .
Mrs. J. W. Andrews. Jr., wpent Departmental program: wife to Hradford County Hank by for this poMltlifn subject lo the
Sunday., man returned to F. S. W. C. In deed dated the of March, June primary. If nominated and "SKY DEVILS" 7 7A
Tuesday In Lawtey with her !sinter, Tallahassee Sunday afternoon after Advantages of the Unit Plan inTeaching A. II. 1H12, thence dF1al2 feet tn faithful performance
Mrs. W. E. Torode in High School-By Miss lamia of J. W. !Morgan thence H lea e'l: the.mtf... of this office.,
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee ana daughters a visit here with their parents, feet along said lands, thence W. Your votes lire solicited and will Comedy of the Air
Miss Mary and Madge Mrs/ at their respective homes. They Isabel Fernandez. Round table discussion 22t'Vj feet, thence N. lob feet. to the he highly appreciated Your
place of beginning being 22M feet fully. II. D W ftI and
Mr. and Mrs. L. Wyman J. E. Futch and Mrs. Mary Williams were accompanied as far as Lake of W. half of lute 2/ and 4 ut Block<
'Mra. S. L. Peek were.visitors in visited Mr. and Mrs. J. S. City by Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- Advantages of the Unit Plan in 11, original town of Htaike, aa per
recorded deed ,
Teaching In the elementary Grades pInt In book N pane
Jacksonville Monday. Butch 'at the State Farm Satur- kins and Miss Lois Adkins. 759, of the punllo records: of Brad
-By Mrs. W./ H. Hart. Dound ford Phone
county Florida. Steam Pressing Company Sj; ,
day. table discussion. Hald sale will stand for confirmation .
:Men-You can now get a genuine at a meeting before the underaliened 1

Goodyear Welt Calk Skin Oxford Mrs Alverna Dean arrived ,in Plans Washington Teaching Advantages In the of Primary Unit Grades-Plan In referee after In the bankruptcy IInle.IIIOHUAN Immediately DRY CLEANERS [" ;

for $2.95 at Sternberg's. Starke Sunday morning from Birthday ShakeupThe F. JONHH Sll '
Miss Olive Ray. Round table dis Referee In Bankruptcy Suits Pressed 25c Cleaned and Pressed ; J
Cheyenne, "Wyoming to be at the sea Iraham Uldic Shocked J. Frank Thomas Frc:
cussion. Hats Cleaned and j jI ((
Miss Myrtle Strickland is spending bedside of her daughter Mrs. Ceo. 25gtl9_. Jnrkm.nvtllc, Kin .
Washington .
in Ocala with -- - ,
several weeks H.. Lowry who has been seriously!
Committee at a meeting last week
her sister Mrs. L. A. Weekly. ill for several weeks. amasiWKam rmtoplmmtp9r5almmtorselmtmllnnarlcrrxvmrsnmrlranrn
drew up tentative plans for the e tatflllilfi WW/LLXJa/yJ9iiU01lUglUGilWWWOgW.lklaNU07gitdSWJI/
observation of Washington's birthday A %WORD
Miss Pearl Jordan was the Mrs. Alverna Deane of Creel; CENT Ifj IfjI
Feb. 22, 1932. These plans
guest of Mrs. Emma Bryan of Colorado has arrived to be with call for a general assembly of all SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY FEB. 5th & 6th "

BryceVllle for the week-end. her daughter Mrs. C. IL Lowr; citizens at the school grounds at COLUMNPECAN ,
who Is ill. The friends of Mrs.
10 o'clock. A speaker will be se-
"ladle Coats. at 1-3: pi-Ire at Lowry will be glad to know that cured to give an address on some -CurtU Paper Shell Pecans -

Steinberg's. she is some better.J. phase of Washington's life. Music lOo per pound. R. F. Demo- TIP TOP Grocery.

will Inculde the new official bicentennial rest tf.
Mrs. J. F. Colley has returned M. Conner of Raiford, was a song "Father of .-- :

after spending several days' In business visitor to Starke Tuesday.Mr. ; the Land We Love" sung locallyfor SEED.BEANS, corn Irish potatoes I J LOCATION BETWEEN BANK AND POSTOFFICE

Ocala "with her aunt Mrs M.I, E. Conner states the strawberry the first time. An appropriateshort velvet beans, peas chufas :: "
Weaver.Mr. growers of his section have some dedication of Washington and a variety of small seed at Howell Nasworthy Owner and
fine fields of berries and realizing l-22-4t. 1 .
are White'.
Memorial trees will be conducted. Etr
R. J. Davis and children Visited good prices from dally ship These trees are furnished by a WHERE ECONOMY

Mrs.' 'Davis' mother Mrs. Ida ments. number of the fraternal orders and GRAFTING-Now la the time to

Wells Tatum in Jacksonville Mon- I graft pecans, and to set blueber-
---- clubs of the'city. It Is proposed : -
,day. to change the name of Ninth street ryplants. See R. F. Demorestfor .f

MARDI to Washington Avenue and this I prices. U. RICE LARD FLOUR SUGAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall were event will be observed la the pro-

weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. gram \If It get the approval of the WANTED'- 67 agents In Floridato

ville. A parade of school children and Killer RAT exterminates Sure

decorated cars will follow the close winnere.215,1.2Marietta Street fttf

Mrs. W. J. JEpperson and Miss of the morning exercises.In Atlanta. 'Ca. It. IP 16c 15c 56c 45c 'I,:

Pearl Jordan spent Tuesday In x the afternoon a field day I TO KXCHANGE OI ;
Lake Butler and Worthington >1Y
for local
games sports program ij"L
I acres In Kentucky 120 In South '
Springs.. and school ha been
county pro- hundred '
Carolina several acres .
vided for. ,north -O.orgta, 'Atlanta renting POTATOES
Mrs.VT. J. Frierson and grandson. In the evening present plans ford Florida acreage LETTUCE [ CELERY >

Frank Bishop, of Fort Worth, call for a co-called George Wash property .
214 1-2 Marietta Street Atlanta
Texaa, are the guests of State's At- ington Bicentennial reception: at i$

torney and .Mrs. A. S. Crews. which "George"will* officially and "MarthaWashington" receiveat FOR Ga. SALE-Thoroughbred_ :Ma-It. 2Heads - 15ci4Bunches-- lOc lOlbs. ---lie jj4;

lira E. W. Hayes and BtUe
the Woman's Club. All are in- hood Rhode Island setting eggs ,
daughter Betty Mrs.A. S. Strick- vited to come and the committee from chickens direct from Ma-

land and Mrs. G. Austin spent urges everyone to appear In colonial also 1
hood's special
Thursday In Ocala with J4r. L. Jk. costume although this is booking orders for White Leg- BUTTER NUCOA .1,

Weekly.Mrs.. N. Sternberg returned Sunday t not drill drill essentiaL following team will The the give Woodmen"reception"an oppropriate Circle, and ited horn and and amount Rock Red Baby custom fryers Chicks.23c hatching.Red per Lim-lb.. *' Pound 24c Pound16c 2 Ibs. 23c Pound 17c ': ;fA 1

from Jacksonville after sew j It be that will
v q yt may Edwards. 2- -tf
J. :Maurice
ral weeks confinement In the St. ,t+c i5 ,rTJ, be made to have a minuet Vlr- *j

;Vlncenta Hoepttal.L ginlal reel -or similar colonial iaP
of t
I JUST Shipment
Stamen W. Sap Teenie Weenie t
Irving Aaronson
dances presented In keeping with
all varieties seed beans and corn
:Mrs. 3. W. Carleton of Jacksonville RAuIO listeners throughout the the occasion later In the evening. also full'line garden seed. Theseare. BANANAS :: ; :

Is the guest of her brother State will be able to enjoy all northern grown seed and APPLES PEAS
and .sister-in-law. Judge and some ef the thrills of New Orleans' St. of II 'i
Petersburg- Lengthening are new stock. Seeds are cheaper
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. jlghUthti historic Mardi of the Gras South'this most year famous when runways at Albert Whltted AirField thad for past twenty years. Ibs. #
5 Ik -1 19c 4 -15c I No. 2 can17c
H. nests are broadcast Tuesday evening recommended. Get our price) before buying. -
Mrs. .
Mrs. Mathiaa
Robert February 8th. a* feature of the Brownlee Bros., Starke. 1-22-tf
Brewster and Mrs. R. NlcbeUon of Lucky Strike Dance Hour. Two-mile stretch of road Into I II _I 1"11..
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Hllllard. were the guests of MlM Beginning at 10 o'clock Eastern Highlands Hammock newly paved -1 "
Standard Time over a natlon-wlje MarketFor 1 t 'f
Pearl Jordan Thursday I :;"EC network listener will bear Irv-' officially opened to traffic. A Daily Cash i''

I log Aaranson and Ills Commanders: .1 -- a Hgs, Cattle Mules Milk I MEAL I SALT Navy- Limas ; G. N. BEANS +,
Pr. and Mrs. T7. O. Mansker; of Walter Wlnchell famous gossip and Plant City Florida Motor Cows and Springs. i l

Tampa announce: the birth of a newspaper columnist who will burl Lines bus station changed location .

L son. Jan. 20th. 1.* has been named between his 'meclc New carpet"York and back New and Orleans forth, to line Wright street. Arcade on North Col- Special Sale Et.eryTizursday GRITS 2 pkgs.; : 5bs.! I 5 pounds !'. !.1L

Elvis,Livingston! danker.lire. and as an added feature the Icing and

M. C. Stlth and children to Quern the of program the carnlvo.an additional who wlU bit bring of Stuart Definite. steps taken Sell buy or trade at your own l 10 Ibs.17c I 5c 25c 20c r .

of Jacksonville, o .ent Tuesday and Mardi Gras atmosphere through: their by city commissioners to provide prices. National Stock" Yards : l \
personal: app.aa4aaem .before, the with and play- 2118 W. Beaver 8t, Jackson- :
Wednesday here rith her parents city more parks .."" ... ...,_. xtrerirlr'si.
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1 Cabbage Insects And the Worst is Yet to Come DINTS TO HOUSEWIVES I VVRUF FARM PROGRAM

Often Troublesome The Voice of

;, FARM NEWS SECTION '{ In Warm Winters Weekly Specialist from Home, Tallahassee Demonstration Florida"I I

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There are three or four species Radio talks about important
Conducted By of caterpillars which are liable to WINDOW SIIADES ,Florida farm problems will be given
( be troublesome to cabages In FlorIda '
L. T. DYER, County Agent win- For very little cost the window at noon each day next week
during lover
state radio station WRUF
shades In home can add ex-
Home Demonstration rent ters such as the present has beento your
f _MISS PEARL JORDAN, actly the right note of color to ,the Agricultural Extension Service
date says J. n. Watson, ento-
I announced. The talks will
the room soften and control the by
CONTEST BIRD TIMBER OWNERS WARNED mologist. at The.the one Florida most ExperimentStation. often injurious light, and protect your draperiesand I College of Agriculture workers and
IIATCIIKD AGAINST BURNING WOODS i furniture from exposure to come during the Florida Farm
) DE is the cabbage looper. Another -
JOG DURING BARKY SPRING AND TOG-HE'SVV' CHIPPING one which Is usualy rather the sun. I Hour, from 12 to 12:45: / eastern

injurious on cabbage in the spring A shade should be long enough 'standard time.
Fin rulleta to be en- Timber owners run a very grave and collards during the summer lathe so that It cannot tear from the roll I The schedule follows:
.1 tered in egg-laying contests next risk of heavy Insect damage to larva of one of the white but- er when it Is drawn down to the .' Sat.. Feb. ft Florida Farm news
[traIl should be hatched in late February their woods if fires are allowed to terflies. Another much t-maller bottom of the sill. Be sure that I.and Hints. Editorial Snapshots
a heavy burn through them during the shades a foot longer Weekly letter from Spuds John
or March if they are worm, which Is confined almost en- you purchase
breed and in April if they are Leghorns present drouth period or if the tirely to the underside of the leaves than your window opening.The son.
,! B. F, Stanton, supervisor of tres are chipped too heavy, says where it makes a little web, is the 0 quality of the shade cloth is Mon, Feb. 8-Spring Citrus In
[the Florida National Egg-laying Lcnlhall Wyman, associate sllvl- larva of the diamond back moth. another particular aspect that af- sect and Disease Control-E. F De-
r Contest, believes. culturlst with the U. S. Department The control measures for all fects the service and appearance of Busk. Disinfectant Pastes and,
'[}'' He has pbaerved that pullets of Agriculture located here. these worms are the same. On your windows. Because shades are Washes for Citrus Trees-Dr. A.

[[make the best showing when they He has already received many young cabbage which will not be not the most conspicuous or at- ,S. Rhoads.
[begin the contest after they have reports of insect losses In turpen- marketed for a month or so the tractive element of window decoration I Tues., Feb. 9-The Melon Aphis
layetl a few eggs or are Just readyto tined and round timber, and he most thorough and economical many women economize on and Mice in Melon Fields-C, C
lay. If they have layed a num- says that much insect-killed tim- spray or dust is one of the arseni- them. It is not necessary to buy Goff. Farm Question Box.
ber of eggs moving them to the ber can be seen throughout the cals. Lead arsenate Is the safest Ili the most expensive shade cloth on Wed., Feb. 10-Crotalarla Gains
Contest will likely cause them to northeastern part of the state. as it is less liable to burn. For a //111111/111 the market, but it Is most advisableto Popularity in Short Time-W E
molt and be out of production several Control measures are rather expensive spray, it should be used at the rate select a closely woven, durable Stokes. Primer for Town Farmers
weeks. Do not go to the other and the most feasible action of about a pound to 50 gallons of fabric preferably handsome cam Neighbor Thompson.
extreme and hatch too late, he to take Is to remove all Insect- water. A spreader composed of bric. Just as the best dress materials Thurs., Feb. 11 Another Year-
'8 Ys. TheJate-hatched pullets usually attacked trees from the woods the milk obtained by slaking 3 or 4 are firmly woven and un- of Progress With Florida County
don't grow off as well, they whenever they can be disposed of, pounds of quick lime in hot water I Ii filled, so are the best shade cloths. Agent-J. Francis Cooper. A Grazing -
'are not as strong, and often wait even at a slight loss. Any condi- and straining should be added to Good shade fabric will not pinhole, and Feeding Program for Flor-
until the first of the year before tions which are a strain on the each 50 gallons. Other spreaders "' '; crack, or tear under ordinary wear ida Dairymen-Hamlin L. Brown.
starting to lay. trees such as defoliating fires, which may be used are a pound of -a:._. and exposure. Fri, Feb. 12-Varieties of Field

! J&&, In selecting breeders he advised winter turpentlng, continued glue or a quart of "Fenetrol" to : Self-triped and patterned shades I Corn for Florida-Fred H. Hull.
.the use of trapnested and pedigreed drouth and warm weather, will each 50 gallons of spray. in soft neutral colors afford a I]|Fertilizer Experiments With Green
I[stock If possible. Hens that lay contribute to further losses.In A dust is preferred by many .. pleasant! change from plain shade Corn-J. D. Warner.
I l'nail eggs should not be used. The regions where the dry weather -[, growers. A good dust la a pound -....AreIV1 a .1N cloth. A low wide window can be monthly 4-H ProgramThe
'I,male t' bird should have come from a has been serious, trees shouldbe :of lead arsenate thoroughly mixed .. given the illusion of added heightby monthly All-Florida 4-H
' lien with a good egg record and very conservatively worked I with from 5 to 10 pounds of hydrated I the use of vertically striped Club Program will be broadcastover
.' ahould have been tested to see what next spring. He especially advo- I or perfectly air-slaked lime. LIME FRUIT GROWING SMALL ACREAGE BURNEDON shade cloth. Charming self-pat WRUF Friday evening, Feb-
V,his daughters will produce. Above cated the avoiding of deep chip- Quick lime should not be used. This IN FLORIDA MERITS I FLORIDA FOREST terned shades in floral, cloud and ruary 5, from 5:30: to 6 o'clock. The

,'s,mUf he stressed selecting the breed- I ping. dust should be put on when the MORE ENCOURAGEMENTBy CONTROL UNITS frost effects are available! in white, club exhibits at the South Florida
," era for vigor and vitality. Highly plants are perfectly dry. If the Ivory, pongee fawn and gray, Fair, Tampa, will be discussed, and
;,;bred birds must have plenty of THE FATHER OF HIS cabbages are not growing too actively ( Spuds Johnson.) Only 1-8 per cent of the 832,482 These figured shades are not ap- club members from Alachua county
, strength to stand up under heavy COUNTRY WAS ALSO calcium arsenate could be An Industry which has flourished acres of contributing forest land propriate for windows with flowered will speak.
, ,laying if they are to make good FIRST IN AGRICULTURE used. This Is cheaper lighter and and withered and is now tryingto protected from fire by the Florida or large patterned draperies or The National 4-H Radio Pro-
i records. more easily dusted. It should be flourish once more on a more Forest Service burned during the curtains. They may be used how gram will be broadcast over an
" Florida poultrymen have 33 pens The bicentennial of George Wash- mixed with at least four times Its extensive scale is lime growing.The six-months' period of July 1 to De- ever, for windows with simple N.B.C. network from 12:30: ( to 1:30p. :
, In the present contest and so far ington's birth is being celebrated weight of hydrated or air-slaked efforts to bring back the Industry cember 31, according to a state- sheer glass curtains or plain over- m.,.eastern standard time Sat
"W', they have led the contest though this year, and an earnest effort is lime. It Is more apt.to burn tender merit the support of all ment recently Issued by State For- draperies of a solid color. urday February 6. Club members
\ competing with highly advertised being made to relearn somethingof cabbages. I Florida residents to the extent that ester Harry Lee Baker The past -Lucy Belle Settle. from New Hampshire and
\\breeds from 20 other states. These the character, greatness, and If worms bother the cabbages they will purchase Florida limes aa six-months' season was the most Vermont will speak about the eco-
: poultrymen have learned the value sound principles of.the "Father of within a few weeks of marketing far as possible. Limes can very severe in many years and much creased from 46 acres to 90 acres. nomic value of club work as will
':of the egg laying contest for ad- his Country." While he was great Mine, some of the fluorides of fluoslllcates well be used to substitute for lemons damage was sustained particularlyon This Jump can be attributed to the Dr. C. B. Smith of the department
' jvertlslng their flock, for giving as.a soldier and as president, should be substituted for of which Florida producesnone. unprotected lands where owners total absence of water in swamps, of agriculture. The U. S. Marine
"them official records on their best Washington was first of all a farmer. the arsenates. There are several allowed the fire to burn unmolested the high winds, and the difficultyin Band will play America's patriotic
I)birds, and for showing them how And he was the best in his commercial brands of these on the The*small j lime i familiar to most One of the principal prob- completely extinguishing the music. Florida stations to
I 'their birds compare with the best day, following practices which are market which may be purchasedfrom users is known as the Key lime or lems of the past season on the firs I' burning muck fires. The average carry the program will be WJAX
' In the country. sound and good to this day. various fertilizer dealers and Mexican lime. It is grown on the control units was the difficulty experienced 'I time required to suppress the av- WIOD, and WSUN.
, *> An article In the Farm Journal seedsmen. These are best applied Florida keys, and has been for in preventing fires on,. erage fire of 90 entirely was two """"
[DUVAL DAIRYMEN RAISECROP recently had these things, among as dusts. They are slow in killing years. The' fruit Is of excellent the unprotected land from burning on I'ours and thirty-six minutes. Even though you own a rented
; OF FINE CALVES others, to stay about him: the worms. quality of the size desired by soft protected area. State Forester Baker expressedhis
place afford
The total you can to Improve Its
such a tire- drink and is well absence of water in
"Washington was fountains a appreciation of the generous looks with flowers and
: f. Dairymen In Duval county last less searcher for new ways of ob- FORESTRY EDUCATIONAL known product. Lime growers on swamps and bays attested to the help extended throughout the pro- since many beautiful shrubs shrubs can be
:year raised 2,000 calves compared taining better results from his five WORK INTENSIFIEDTwo the keys are rejuvenating their parched condition of the woods. longed season of high fire dangerby brought from the woods and
t wtth about 500 the year before, farms that he made Mount Vernon groves, and the production is In- Fires in such locations often burn. the many cooperators on the flowers be many
,'.,says County Agent A. S. Lawton. resemble an agricultural experiment trucks equipped with motion creasing. This production in Flor- ed to a depth of a foot or more in fire control units, and said that the quickly. can Press bulletin grown from seed
399 "Grow-
: They were of better quality than station. He was constantlyon picture equipment are now ready to ida, however, will probably be li nt- the dry muck, and were only extinguished season's record was real evidenceof ing Annual Flowering Plants"
the calves of previous years, since the search for better varietiesof take to the road for the Florida ited as this lime Is very tender either by digging the feasibleness of forest fire the Florida by
, [many of them came from the 63 plants and grains. Experimental Forest Service Harry Lee Baker, and does not grow,outside of the trenches down to mineral soil or control In the state. He was also Gainesville, should Experiment Station,
help Write
purebred bulls brought into the growing was not limited to grains, state forester, announced today keys and the extreme southern tip by plowing deep fire breaks with generous In his praise of the loy- for a free you.
\|county, the previous.year, and since alfalfa and grasses, but Included These trucks are a part of the for- of the peninsula.A tractor The and special fire-line plows. alty of the local wardens copy.
statistics show that
I calves were raised only from the vegetables, flowers and trees. estry educational program which is newer lime In Florida, the only -
,I per cent of the total protectedarea
..best cows "Through, all the years of his being conducted by the state boardof Persia nor Tahiti lime, Is much of
JrY,; Thirty-five of the dairymen co- busy life, Washington Interested forestry In order to bring to the larger-about the size of a lemon- total 986,767 acres burned. The
protected includes
: t peratud with the county agent in himself in building up the fertility attention of the citizens that our and Is more hardy, growing suc- 154,285/ acres acreage of forest figure land-
[feeding and parasite-control dem- of his lands. lie studied the stand- forest land constitutes a valuable cessfully well into the central partof adjoining: the contributing areas.
:'onstrations. One of the main feeds ard works on agriculture, and car- natural resource. the state insheltered locations.It Regardless of the fact that"these
used was skim-milk, and the calves ried on numerous original experi- The trucks are equipped in every is slightly more susceptible to areas do not annually contribute 1
;were grazed on pastures that no ments. Crop rotation was regularly detail for showing motion pictures: cold than either grapefruit or assessment fees, they had to be t
: calves had been on during the last practiced on the plantations. they carry their own electric gen oranges. The quality of this large protected from fire in order to
, [;year. This was to prevent the "Washington bought the newest erating plants, screens films and lime Is excellent. The principal safeguard the contributing lands. 1
spread of calf parasites. Improved farm machinery offered projectors. ,A new film, "Burnln1Bill" objection to It by fountain drink During the six-months' period 18-
( In his day. Not satisfied with the made in Florida to portray dispensers is that it Is too large 000 acres of contributing and 13-
i;. 4-HBOYS HAVE LARGE work of his plows he made a design local conditions In story form Is for one lime to make the drink, 687 acres of non-contributing land,
; EXHIBIT AT TAMPA FAIR available for showing as well as a and thus cut left .
of his own which he had cast lying or a total of 28,687 acres burned. .
.' news reel which demonstrates new
and liked better. Likewise, Wash the fountain. However the The total number of fires declined
(1-'The 4-H club exhibits at the fire-fighting equipment. Tahiti lime is enjoying an Increas- ... .
took In his farm from last to
ington great pride year's figure of 353 p-
(1.{South Florida Fair now In prog- buildings, which he carefully planned The trucks will be available for ing popularity, both in Florida and 317 this year. This drop gives r1)Y) n. -,-,
the state.
I showing throughout
, ireas there, are bigger and better at points where Florida citrus
and kept In excellent repair. Bookings have been some evidence of the greater care
1 Ithan({ ever, reports R. W Blacklock "The Mount Vernon cattle In- ranged for already In the for-ar- fruits are shipped.The taken with fire to avoid the extreme -
'', state boys' club agent. A calf club cluded some of the best strains est fire control appearances areas which are lime industry has possibilities damage which would occur,
;how Is being held for the first't.lme. which had been introduced Into supervised by the Florida Forest of bringing still'more cash to due to the drought, should a fire PYORRHEAthe
's i and 30 boys have entered Virginia." Service In cooperation with land- Florida from citrus fruits, and get started.
;._tvea. In the corn show 100 one-, owners. Schools, turpentine should be encouraged. The average area per fire inr. -, ,
bushel exhibits and 123: ten-ear ex- camps "
;,?UbiU are entered by the boys, and' ATTEND STUDY COURSEA and Interested organizations in scheduling of various the types ser- : Demon that

4 J" too cotton exhibit takes sixty feet vices of the trucks, should write to '. ; ," r 01
j j'1,of display space. Over $1200 In short course for the farmersof the Florida Forest Service at Talla Strawberry Plants of QualityWe
, prize money will be given the winning Dade county was held here last hassee. Destroys the Teeth !

i: club boys. week under the supervision of have fine River Bottom grown berry plants
County Agent J. S. Rainey and J. FINE HONEY CROP *
j-1 EXTltlIONEY state certified and fine Improved Riggs Disease (Pyorrhea) destroys the
MAKES L. Butts, director of vocational ag- as grown. Missionary, teeth, ruins the

.' grlcultural education. For three Beekeepers on the Florida west Klondike, 1000 $2.25; ; 5000' $11; 10,000, gulps, and causes many of the worst chronic ailments
!Petersburg, Fla.--It paid Mrs. days farmers from every sectionof coast this year have one of the $20. Blakemore new and fine, productive that afflict mankind. It Is manifest therefore, that the
! very
W B. Hockett president of the the assembled finest and best care of the teeth and is
county at the MIami quality honeycropsthey gums a necessity if we would
Bt Petersburg Home Demonstration earlier,than Missionary or Klondike, twice as pro ))be
Edison High School to discuss have ever produced reports : happy, contented and healthy.Go .
Club, to follow the home dem- their problems, and to hear talks H. O. Clayton, district extension ductive. 1000, $3; 5000, $13; 10,000, $25. Buy your
natratlon plan of making extramoney by leading farmers and teachers In agent. plants through my agents, Brownlee Bros., Starke to your dentist and have your teeth thoroughly
last month. She reports an South Florida and specialists with clsafled; and the tarter removed THEN USE
,learning of $50 from making draperies the University of Florida College COVER-CROP VINEYARDS G. W. Roberts, 'Lawtcy. If you can't see one of

)and such materials for a deco- of Agriculture and other state institution them order direct, but be sure to buy our quality

' rator's, shop and $11.12 profit from *. Tavares Fla.-Close to 05/ per- plants. Catalog free for asking. We can ship -'
)* 63 hens. RIGGS
As a part of the .
cent of the
grape acreage In Lake day want
j club: program she read six worth- 4-H BOYS GOOD PAY county largest grape growing any you plants.

white books Including one on child county In the state, was planted to MEDICATED TOOTH POWDERRiggs
, training during the month. Gainesville, Fla.-Banks that crotalarla last year reports Coun- J. BAUER
, have helped to finance 4-H dairy, ty Agent Clifford HlattCtieckUp
.'Ia- JL man who does not read and club members have not lost a dollar Is a medicated cleansing powder. It is pleas
[obs rv0 has only his own experiences of the money so invested dur THE STRAWBERRY PLANT MAN ant to the taste, keeps the teeth clean and the gums
to guide him, one who reads ing the 10 years says Haplln{ L. JUDSONIA, ARKANSAS hard.pyorrhea.It )Is antiseptic and Its use will prevent
and observes what others are doing Brown extension dairyman. For ,.nee. trwwuw
lea the whole world as a guidepost. this reason the bankers of Duval

'w county did not hesitate to help 23/
In the '
", Check: : and double check for 4-H club service I contracted Riffgs Disease
itfubsfra- : They earn while they year,boys and buy registered calves last Wake Your Liver (Pyorrhea)' and had trouble with bleeding ,
of the
every one notes Up Bile
tear 4 *,and team while they earn. was paid In full by December IS. ) The rums and from my general health was run down. ...
pus my gums affected stomach
4,4------- -__. .. __..hYoul1 ___ ._____.___ __ Before Iou and I was nauseated and sick from my a foul
-'-. .....--- '- Rum Dpi -Without Calomel mouth.

\ never know After using Riggs remedy my condition im
: how good -- proved and
/NNUMCUBLB in CDMttad/ now, after one month's
*'o cigar can be until y'' you and irartaclra .....s-. >B..M..yteth 1thick. ..... is much improved.
have smoked a qs.r With ad.q.uI Stock Flu intIlo :Morning Rarin'to Go 0. bbd51 eo ye.b. Tw it... a
l_ Ih* Inrarranu of th* .M......ad IMT bmth k.....oIdII J. D. SAMPLE,
horn OWMT l is mrtully witbootink. If yea feel soar and conk and tbs tan ftmte ..* to iC.nhl.r T_ kirf Orlando Fla. .;;
WAS .. ln..r.a.. sakes mousy world looks punk dent..* .,..,*lot
& iav, ud'wahomeata.pbl.a..ftI .......:rw.......sad .T_.....
of salt* mineral water cfl.. tsxmttr W.1sYSdao.d. j

Now ,.wI._.. Ann_'er irotwd candy ot chewing cum awl e'j. *aet IIDmIftUA..nIIIt\..............1d5cAzTKE7r118a
r .. SAME SIZE'' 0.... r M- yep r yuel.r a.p-: UMOI to mak* yoa --tr; .... Sold In Starke ByCorpening's
MORE HAVANA 1I ---- ad buoyant and foil o<-"-IJ'w a............ .....--rtarThw
they e..a'de !t'lbsf aohrmovt ... .. '
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It : 2>elfhlful4lMILD e HAROLD C. WALL U. bowels, all a ion ...... wa-t.lt.asety.........Meeris Drug Store
''K :.\ asst& t aft St ids a.6'ttialttaltattaryourda..etwslltiit a titet........11ttbkiM.7l.te11'p.wltkr.
''f\' I. Levels Cigar Mfg. Co., Newark, N. J., Makers INSURANCE .... ---,. -- l' llggs Medicated Tooth Powder
Is Co.
\ I .>laabtirl.istart.rrtd ..e..t.et.aL. Orlando, Fla.
!i I.. "I GAINESVILLE CANDY CO., Gainesville, Fla. STARKE r FLORIDA ........ >ipilllOGlltwytllQlit...>y .Lt.f 1111Y.a meet Iatilr. .

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What general exhortation did I waa glad when they said unto

.. -"I8id the Apostle Paul give to the church me, let us go Into the house of the Mr.., I*. P. l>.Mr, Tor, Lulu Ma. I.ev..l.., Cor. hell Norman Cor.

.- .. :'::; -. ;?. at Theasalonica Answer read- Lord." Psalm 122:1. I "

4' l I Thess. 51428.: Sunday school at 10 a. m. E. K. Drew Drawdy and sister Geneva Services were held at Rock I Miss Rachel Sllcox spent the (

February 7 Perryman, superintendent. Men's who have been visiting their grandparents church last Saturday and Sunday week-end home with her mother.
Thy word U lamp unto feet nd a light unto path.-Pulm 119105.: Mrs. Manda Sllcox
a my my of Starke.
Great Things: Fear the Lord, and bible class taught by Mr. L. C. Mr. and Mrs. B L. Dukes, by the pastor. Rev. Anderson of I

doctrine serve Him in truth: for consider Prescott. and Resole Carleton, who has been Drooker. Quite a large number of folks
lTk 31ttn T'lltriffl All religious! teaching or
( rmtt.. how he hath done for Morning worship at 11 a. m. of this section attended the union
UUjriUOrUii' 44144. creed if they are to have any claim great things visiting his uncle, R. E. Parrlsh, Mr. P. W. Lewis of Jacksonville
and devotion of the be in with --1 Samuel 12: 24. sermon by the pastor. meeting at Brooker Saturday anld u
I pon the love, loyalty people, must harmony you. left Wednesday for their home in spent Sunday night here with his
the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice Has the Lord God any pleasureIn Young People's League, 7:00: p. Leesburg. Sunday.Mr. .
of the human heart and of whom it was said in John 7:46: "NEVER MAN death? Answer, read-Ezekiel m. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. and Mrs. F M. Norman ,;
LIKE THIS' MAN." Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Dekle were Mr and Mrs. Shaw and ,
SPAKE 18:31 32. Evening worship 7:30: p. m. Harley spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs

Pastors of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use this department February 8 "Come thou with us and we will shopping In Worthington Saturday Mrs. S. Goodrich of Brooker, spent Howell Prevatt of Lawtey. \ ..
and last Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Hubert Priest of Starke, wail ,0'
for news of church activities organizations announcements The High Calling Be ye there do thee good ,
Space freely given and no charge made-the only requirementbeing fore perfect, even as your Father 4> Miss Josephine Blume spent Sun- Tim Mann.Rev visiting In this section Sunday af ', '

that such Items reach this office before Wednesday morning which is In heaven is perfect. 1'RESIWTEltl.NServices day with her sister Mrs. L. G. J. H. Kelley and Mr. Lee ternoon. ,\

otherwise they cannot l>e handled for current Issue.I Matthew 5: 48. Johnson. I Qronby attended to business In Miss Janet Carter and Mr. "
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Owen Kirke and Julian Dekle Jacksonville Thursday.Mr. Charlie Gaskins of Hellbronn attended '
What reason did Jesus give why Sunday February 7, as
I I II cannot serve two masters;" you we should forgive our enemies? follows: attended the party at the home of and Mrs. J. B. Thomas spent Wateroak B. Y P. U. Sunday -

I SUNDAY SCHOOL I II II cannot serve God and Satan at the Answer, read-Mark 11:25.: 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. :M. Dave Shaw Friday evening.Mr. Sunday afternoon with Mr. and night. I

I LESSON j jI I II same time. February 9 Truby, supt. and Mrs. M. P. Dekle were Mrs. Henry Shaw. ..- .' 'i
II Jesus said l to them, "If the Sun Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. L. O. and Johnnie Lewis and o'rl.1 l TO ttKiurtn .40'11.' (
I I Petition and Answer-This poor 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon ('11":11: ITO II* ',
therefore shall make you free, ye man cried and the Lord heard him by the pastor. Theme "Un. Arthur Douglass of Dro.:>ker. Mr. Mr. Fred Shaw spent I last Sunday Nolle I I. hereby. irlv n that all }

FOB FEBRUARY 7. 1932 shall be free indeed." We cannotbe and saved him out of all his less I had Believed to See the Good. and Mrs. Douglass and nun, James.returnt..t afternoon with Mr. Rantus Mann. hsvIngh.Rt
freed from Sin, except through troubles.-Psalm 34::6. ness of the Lord." with them and will upend Mr. Newton of Starke, was In persons.I"le of \\IIIIum O Fornytn. ,

Subject: The ,Slavery of Sin Christ. That does not moan that Who cares for the poor and those 7:30: p. m. Evening worship. This several days. here visiting rela- our section one day of last weekon deceaeed their, ara. rlHlmi hereby' duly required authenticated to- Iprpwent

(Temperance Lesson). we do not or will not commit sin who fear God? Answer, read- being "Christian Endeavor Day" tives.O. business.! In the II..". 1o. A. CJardl-.
Golden Text: "Whosoever corn- for we all do. Psalm 34:6.: 7. the services this evening will be P. Dekle Accompanied by S. S. Mr. U. B. Thomas and Mr. J. W. nor county jiutw of rtrudford. coun- ) '
tv Florida' for his approval. wit Ma
sin Is the servant of sin. Proctor attended the union
mitteth meetingof
But, if we accept Christ as our February 10 In charge of the Christian Endeavors Lewis was attending to business in one year from elate hereof or this ,"I<'
John 834.: the New River Association notice will It* held In bar thervto rand
mediator with God and rely on Starke Thursday
Thirsting for God-As the heart W. B. Barnes the president incharge.
Lesson Text: Matt. 24 ::4:1-:11; the sacrifice he made for us, then panteth after the water brooks, There will be several : which convened with Brooker Baptist Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Howard Mr. I tale alt pernon I Indebted to pay In their sold said asr....

John 83136.: (Some of the commentaries when we sin the charge Uierefor so paneth my soul after thee O short addresses by the young peo. church Saturday.J. and Mrs R. B. Thomas Mr. Henry d .t>l*.Rri I. : to the underland.admlnlelratnr. I '- ,

omit the verses from. is made against him and he pays God. My soul thirsteth for Cod, pie and special music. W. Townsend of Lake Butler Howard Mr. Henry Shaw and Rev.J. i Thl 8th day of January. 111. ), ?
Matthew.) was a visitor here Saturday J. A. IIA VJ.I<:M:< V.
I the penalty for us. H. all attended court at
for the living God.-1'salm 42: 1, Prayer meeting Wednesday eve Kelley l-l-t.94 Ailmlnlntrator "*
Outline of Lesson : Intemperance -' this lesson to Roy and Leslie Green of Brooker
Applying prohibition 2. ning at 7:30.A : Gainesville several days of this

and stewardship; Slavery and we might say, "The prevailing What weapon did Jesus use to cordial invitation to all our visited here Sunday. week. ::1O'I'lu'to itriirctii; A9n
Freedom.The attitude of indifference I Mr. and Mrs. Dana L. Dukes, t IIII> hills
or opposition defeat Satan in the Temptation ? services extended to all. Mr. L.V. and Henry Sowell ,
following Is from the lesson on the part of the younger Answer, read-Matt. 4:4: 7, 10. Misses Gladys Duke and Geneva 'were In our section Sunday after. Nollcn/ I Is hereby nlv'ti that alt,:
creditor, !IritatreH, dlntrlnuter ands
to Matthew "Who then Drawdy, Alton Dukes and Drew
reference ;
from the
arises in
people part, February 11 n.I'TISTSunday nil pernon havlnir' I
in a faithful and wise servant, fact that their experience does not Faith and Works Trust In the Drawdy were guests of Mr. and ; noon.Mr.. Mallory Thomas and son, the, estate of Evtirnlt t:: 'kr.y.J: :.*,,
d"oetn*>>d. ar* hereby. r* Mrs. Cauthen .
whom his Lord hath made ruler include the conditions that made Lord, and do good: so shalt thou school at 10 a. m. A. J. Tuesday evening.Mrs. Cecil, of Starke were In our section present their claim' duly authentl- '.
over his household to give them drys of their parents." B. I... Dukes Is visiting her Monday.Mrs. inlecl< to HIM Hun. (Inn A. Qardl.- ,, ,
dwell In the land and thou Thomas, supt. Our new class for
nor, county Judas< nt Urnnford rntinly N
meat in due season" ? A true description of "the Saloon" shalt be fed.-Psalm 37: 3. young women started last Sunday daughter Mrs. Lena Drawdy In O. W. Dyal of Graham, Florida, for: hi. approval.: within : :!
Some Jews had become very does not seem real to them. Was Wall Leesburg. spent Saturday here with her on* year from data. hereof or thisnntlr. .
man created in God's Image with Mrs. A. E. as teacher. 1
will l 10. held In her thereto
Mr. and
Mrs. Richardsonof
wealthy and had many servants. They cannot understand nor believe ? Answer, read-Genesis 1:26.: The men's class la growing steadily Romey daughter Mrs. Hlrt Stokes.Mr. sad nil persona Indebted to sold taint 1 i
Over those the master usually selected that It could produce such 27. under the leadership of Mr. Bum- Leesburg, ore visiting his par. L. Hough attended court at are requpuled, ti* par their oak
debt forthwith to the u..de..oln.dallnolnl..1
ents Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Richard
one as chief servant or conditions as existed In and around > garner. Starke this week. ralrl..

steward. It is of this steward that the average saloon when they ex- F1F1II SUNDAY MEETING Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. son. Mr. T. D. Dyal was attending Thl ISih day nf January., 1'12. ','
'Blessed is that R. E. Parrlsh Willie and Robbie TIIIM.MA": KI.IZAHnnf: JOH.Vrt. ,
the text maintain to business In ,
says isted. To prohibition m. The Brotherhood of Jacksonville : Brooker Thursday. I-U..a.lI. Adm"tlur..trlCOTU'.l : '
servant, whom his Lord when he against alcoholic drink and nar- The Fifth Sunday meeting of the will be represented with us Parrish were transacting businessin I Rev. Anderson of Brooker spent '

cometh shall find so doing. He cotic drugs the young people must New River Association met with at the evening service and we hope ., High Springs Thursday. lust Saturday night here with Mr. :\ (':'II".JJI.'i'fI: m ANO (:'

shall make him ruler over all his be educated In the schools as to the Brooker Baptist church on Saturday this will be a helpful testimony Mrs. Iola Douglass and Mrs. ROMe and Mrs. J. B. Thomas.GREENWOOD. Nolle I I. herchy: riven thai allir i i
times the common Etta Dekle visited their mother, redltor. lea-ti"' >e*. "illxtrll>ute an f
goods. Many their effects and Christians must and \
; Sunday, January 30th meeting.Our i all pernon having, claim agalnot'
servants would be badly treated by realize that prohibition is not onlya and 31st, 1932. The meeting was annual roll call and social Mrs. S. D. Dukes Monday. th. ...Ial.. oP J. ,V. Andrew Hr.* Ben L. Duke and Alton Dukes ..d., hereby r..I..i to ..'
rea* are pr ;
the overseer, who would indulge religious question but a moral called to order at 10 a. m., by Moderator service will be held Wednesday eve- sent their rlalm In the Honorable' 1' (
business in Lake
drinking and carousing with the one for which all good citizens Hemingway. Devotional ning next. Reports or departmentswill were trancatlng rieo. A. Onrillnrr. county Judea ofKradford *.

bad element of the servants. Of should work. Unfortunately some services conducted by Rev. Q. P. be given. Plans for future Butler Mrs. Saturday.Lillian Dekle visited her Mies' .:..,..1,.... PrlnR-l1, ('00''. approval within I'fitinty one Plnrlila year front; fur dstaJ hl"': ,''

that kind of steward the text says, I church leaders think the churchesare Raymond, which was very help progress will be considered. Re- hereof or this notice will h* held in I
Rev. S. S. Proctor In Lake .
father liar thereto and all perori Indebtedtn
"But and if that evil servant the only source of temperanceand ful. The roll of the churches was freshments will be served by the Butler Monday.We Mr. Cheatham Peele has returned soil *nliit* nr* required' : ta pay! ;:"

shall begin to smite his fellow servants prohibition; and the shrewd called and the representation, was social committee of the missionary had a nice rain Saturday to Ft. Bennlng Ga, Friday after their,,said rlcM Administrator forthwith' to the underlned -,'i'i y!X

and to eat and drink with opponents of those principles are fine. Nearly all the churches was society. It is hoped that over one which helped the gardens and spending a few days with his uraI" Ith day nf January, A. D.' \
the drunken; the Lord shall cut delighted to help spread those represented by messengers and hundred will be present. All 3h
per strawberries. Many of our farm mother Mrs. Hester Sapp. J. w, ANDRPWS Jr .
him asunder, and appoint him his teachings and beliefs, to prevent a and good live Sunday school reported sons interested In our church work Mr. St. Clair Moseley and sl ters. 1-(-Dt-3.4 Adnilnla'tratorMl'l ; I I'
ers are planting early corn .
portion with the hypocrites; there union of all moral people in sup. In nearly all of the churchesand are invited. melons. Evelyn and Emmalyne, attendedthe --- _,-.y",

shall be weeping and gnashing of port of temperance and its enforcement the meeting began with a fine Black Creek church at Green < M .'011 nr.U''TIO'll' .,"i ,,
Serial Na OJ1nepartment IIU.:
teeth. spirit SE\EXTII I\V AUVENTISTS Cove Springs Friday night and of the Interior GenHSprnl '
As applied to ourselves everyone The devotional services were Land Office, nt t!aln.ivlloJ. 1

who enjoys the blessing of his life WEEKLY SKUMO.VKTTE very helpful, and when the 11:00: The subject for study this weekIs BOOT SET'S REACH I Saturday.Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Bowden of m"rldu*, January I I. hereby. DO)given, I!tH.that Henryi,jLNolle ,lI;lt'J:

Is a steward thereof, as especiallyare o'clock hour came for preaching, The Intermediate State. I Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and ririrfln. of 8tark, i"lnrldn. who tmf, j),.K S,! ek'tnber -

those who profess to serve him, A For All the house was well filled with 1. By what figure does the Bible !.. (rin.kln, ('or. I Mrs. C. A. Pringle Sunday morn- entry( No.17 021(64., (1025> for made 14."th.)Inma.lead gsar4tor .));(, "'1'

and all professed Christians.It Prayer earnest hearers and Rev. C. A. represent death ? "But I would not of Huulheaxt quarter, Hectlonii, ')

la the duty of the steward to Psalm 110:33.: Teach me, O Crosby delivered a good soul-stir have you to be Ignorant brethren, Those who attended church at Ing.Miss Paulllne Rosier was visitIng Tallahaeae 4, Townhlp Meridian n Hnuth HniiK, has. filed 13 Eat.:noM.A'.

work for the best interest of Christ Lord, the way of thy statutes; andI ring sermon. concerning them which are asleep, Union from here her Miss and Ilea of Intention to make thre..*.ar'. ""
Sunday were: cousins. Evelyn
I proof to .a..I. >ll.h claim' to the Inriaabove
and His work. What Is this stew shall keep it unto the end. Discussion In the afternoon of that ye sorrow not even as others Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford and Emmalyne Mosrley Saturday night decrll>eil, hefnr rierk Clr-l 1 1,

ard's duty in regard to the making, 34. Give me understanding, and the various subjects were very fine, which have no hope. 1 Thess. 4:13.: son Robert Mrs. C. K. Crawford and Sunday.Mr. cult court, at Miark: l-'lnrlda, on Ih*
sale and of alcoholic drink, and I shall keep thy law; yea, I shall that of See also 1 Cor. 15 18 20 Johns lllh day of March, tttia.
use especially Rev. Meade pas- : ; Mrs. J. L. Cask Ins and daughter, J. E. Rosier and children Claimant name" a* wltneaeeatShelton ?
narcotic drugs? If Christ were on observe it with my whole heart. tor of the Alachua Baptist church 111114.: Htarlln'. of awtey, VIa ,j ''J
Thelma and Gertrude and Miss were visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
I John I). Mathews, of Law,.)'. Fla-t
earth today, do you believe he 35. Make me to go in the pathof on church discipline.The Note- -In sound sleep one Is Frankie Lou Murrhee.Mr. Pringle Sunday afternoon.Mr. nol Cooper, of Htarke, "'I.. .

would encourage those things? thy commandments; for thereindo evangelist who have been wholly lost to consciousness; time and Mrs. Jack Pringle and and Mm. Cohen Peele were Aaher F: l>uk UKOIIUK.* of 1I..rk'J C rFtOM.Fla. .;" '

Would he advise you to drink, or I delight. conducting a series of meetings In goes by unmeasured; and the mental son, Marshall and two daughters visiting Mrs. Daisy Pringle Satur. J-B-Bt-J-4 Regi.t.t.!

to use opiates If you could 36. Incline my heart unto thy Starke spoke for a few minutes, functions which are active during of )Maxvllle spent Sunday here the day. .J l t r 'ft"

thoughtfully and honestly say you testimonies and not to covetous- and made a fine lecture after consciousness are suspended guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ches- Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClellan MAMTKH'K: Kil.M ';ilI..r.by

believe Christ would advise these I ness. which Brother Quigley, a member for the time being. notice U given that under 4 if
was vlsltng her parents, Mr. and und by virtu nf rhwt certain d.r.\' 1
things then you might advocate 37. Turn away mine eyes from of the state board of missions from 2. Where do the dead sleep? ser.Mrs.. Jean Gasklns and son Mrs. R. II. Futch Sunday. entered by lion A. 7.. Adkln I ; r't'\ '
their manufacture sale and use, beholding vanity; and quicken thou the New River Association exhibited '"And of them that sleep In of circuit court'I In and for ; "It
many Wade were transacting bunlness in Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp were county. Florida' In ('hnn,'".", in I ha*,'.,
except for three things: You would me in thy way. a map giving an itemized the dust of the earth shall awake." Starke Friday. shopping In Starke Saturday.Mr. certain foreclnMur cniiee whrln>' >t $

violate the laws of your country, 38. Stabllsh thy word unto thy statement of the board's work for Dan. 12:2.: Se also Eccl. 3:20: ; 9-: Mrs. R. Crawford of Macclenny, St. Clair Moseley and Kay complainant Hank of. fltark and .M a Zlnk.r corporation Mill ,and is't!

and your duty to God, and you servant, who is devoted to thy fear. the last year. 10. spent Saturday night here the Pringle were In Lawtey Saturday others ar. parties defendant on Jaryv.ZHth ; .' ""r;

would Injure your fellow men and 39. Turn away my reproach The services conducted Saturday 3. How long will they sleep guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Craw. niKht. muater, 11192" 'n.tt dnrlna* und'th rlernd* legal*peelat houra.!'.1 .

their families. If you do not accept which I fear: for thy judgmentsare night by Rev. G. E. McCauley, there? "So man lletl) down, and ford. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClellan of ale, fin Monday the 7th da? ,j

God or Christ, yet it Is your good. was well attended. Sunday morning rlseth not: Till the heavens be no Miss Frankle Lou Murrhee spent were visiting her sister, Mrs. Nathan ':of door March' nf the 1932 court, .'In front house of In the Mt.Houlh."., ;Jllradford ("f".,

moral duty to aid your fellowmanand 40. Behold I have longed after the house was filled with more they shall not awake nor be Sunday the guest of Misses Rosa, Starling Saturday afternoon. county Florida, soil to the: ii

( Woman) to avoid the use and thy precepts: quicken me in thy earnest hearers. The Sunday lesson raised out of their sleep." Job 14: Edit hand Lois Moore at Hellbronn. Mr. Allen Nolan was visiting hlcb land..t bidder lying for and rneh.being the In following .aUllrndford I i!

dangers of such drinks and opiates, righteousness. was taught by Brother W. H. 12. I Mrs. J. L. Gatiklns was the guest Mr. C. A. Pringle Sunday after. county, Florida. ,,,,.wlt.Tnwn4'I' ,,

and to support laws prohibiting Prayer: "Open my eyes that I Barnes, pastor of Brooker church, 4. For what did Job say he would of Mrs. H. C. Wimberly at High. noon. ,hip NI'4' South of NF.oXreeIn IliinKe. 2i> Kal< 24 and also '

such things. Your individual wish may see, glimpses of truth Thou and at 11 o'clock Rev. H. L. ChapIn wait after death? "If a man die, land Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pringle of lot 4 I In Illo,,k 12 In Northeaat corn**"

and will cannot change those du hast for me; Place In my hands the pastor of the Lawtey Baptist shall he live again All the days of Those attending church at Union Maxvllle were vlstlng Mr. and Mrs.C. nf Township HW'/; of T South NlO'-i Jlanare nf Hectlon 21 &: I51, I ;

wonderful key. That shall un-clasp church, delivered one .among the my appointed time will I wait, till Sunday and were dinner guests of A. Pringle Sunday night. for the purpo of *atlfylnir' .14Ii 'j"

ties.The lesson then takes up John 8: and set me free. Silently now I finest soul-stirring and comforting my change come." Verse 14. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford were Miss Opal Peele was visiting d vr *. 1'':. K. PRIIHYMAV '

31-36, "Then said Jesus to those wait for Thee, Ready, my God. sermons) the writer ever had the 5. Where did he say he would Mr. and Mrs. David Yarboroughand i Minnie Lee and Jewell Edith Prln KNtOMT, Special KNI'IMT WiMler. lit In,..(".h..n.., Flit.......* \ ,

Jews which believed on him If ye Thy will to see; Open my eyes, Illumine pleasure of hearing, and was well wait? "If I wait the grave is mine Mrs. R. Crawford of Macclenny gle Friday afternoon.Mr. Mollcltom' "a: for Complainant q''y;,

continue in my word, then are you me, Spirit divine." received by the audience. The house: I have made my bed in the Mr. Keene and J. Canady of C. A. Pringle and A. B. 2.6.61-2.4. ;',,J':

my disciples indeed; And ye shall Remember the Sabbath Day to Christian fellowship among the darkness." Job 17:13.: Moniac, Ga. Rosier were business visitors to wyrtw or Ht..Trii': R41,5t <

know the truth, and the truth shall keep It Holy-Exodus 20:8.: Go to messengers and the pastor and 6. While In this condition, how Mr. and Mrs. James Rosier was a Highland Monday night. Notice ,la hereby given that under a ;

make you free. They answeredhim I church Sunday. membership of the Brooker churchwas much does one know about thosehe visitor to Starke Saturday. i and by virtue deer* of forecloeure mad January
We be Abraham's seed, and I. fine. baa left behind "His sons cometo Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Chesser and C'AKD OF THANKS 2. 1812. by ilnnnrahl. A. Z.u, '
were never In bondage how DAILY BIBLE READINGS The entertainment and the refreshments honor and he knoweth it not; daughter. Nettle, and J. B. Kirk- Adkln, Judge 'if th.*. 2th, Judicial. ?'
'Irrult In and for Krailford county,
sayth thou. Ye shall be made both days were very and are brought low but he per- land were visitors to Lawtey Sat- We wish to thank our many I Florida.' In that certain ".u.. where.In .

free?" The Jewish race had passed February 8 fine and didn't look like hard times, ceiveth it not of them." Job 14:21.: urday afternoon. friends of Lawtey Starke and the corporation the city la of complainant Mtarkv, M munli-lp and R.....).

much of its time in slavery in I Deliverance from Fear-I sought as so often spoke of. The servicesin 7. What becomes of a man'sthoughts 4)RraXTON State Farm for their kindness to ert McWaln, and liertha McWal

Egypt. In Babylon, under Syria and I the Lord,and he heard me, and delivered the afternoon was well attended at 'death? "His breath us and for the beautiful flowers hi her* wife hunhand Joined and by: nat Kobert friend McWaln., re "

under the Romans. But Jesus called me from all my fears.- and the meeting closed with a pro- goeth forth he returneth to his received while In Starke after our defendant, the underpinned' aa "p*> ,,

their attention to Spiritual slavery Psalm 34: 4. gram put on by B. Y. P. U. of the earth; In that very day his Preaching every first and third accident. slat' hlvheal mauler,and will beet all bidder for. roots at tllf'tcth I"1t'

or servitude, "Verily, verily, I What directions did Jesus give Pine Grove and Antioch churches thoughts perish. Pa. 146:4.: I Sundays at 3 p. m., by Rev. W. B. ,. Mrs. A. Smith front door of the court hoUM. IKMtark ( y

say unto you. Whosoever commlt- concerning the giving of alms? Answer which was well rendered.The 8. Do the dead know anything? Christy of the Lawtey Methodist. Mrs. C. Teare. Monday.. llradford county,March riorldon A. "V, '

eth sin Is the servant of sin." read-Matt. 6: 14. two days meeting closed For the living know that they shall church. Preaching services on second r>. 132, ra7'A-:1:;' hoar oI l f

That statement is most vital to I February 6 with the bidding each other good- die: but the dead know not any and fourth Sunday at 11 Lake Worth Plans underwayto ale cold, final for the decre purpo and* of th.aatlefytn ainounU",,, ).\,}\.

every professed Christian. If they I A Constant Prayer Withholdnot bye, and was one among the best thing neither have they any morea o'clock by Rev. Sellers of Jackson establish Everglades National therein. contained, the following do./t ,f;j;

continue In sin they are the servants -i thou thy tender mercies from unions we have bad In a long time. reward; for the memory of them viDe, and singing In the afternoonat Park In Cape Sable section of sr"In.1"Htark." real, llradford estate, lying county and, florid.betnt*'''

of sin. And Jesus said "Ye i me, 0 Lord: let thy loving kindness I. W. Klckliter. Is forgotten. EccL 9::0. 3:00: o'clock. Everybody Invited. Southern Florida. lowlfl -' ij. ,
>,t* rive (8). SIR (.) and ....v..t ,
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--- (1) In Block fllat.... (ll) In Mvlna\ ',:f."
ton-Trttby and Company' addltlai ( "
of mark'. I '
to the town
STREET" By L. F. Van ZelmlJuiy J>, R. KNIOHT. I .
THE MAIN THING ON MAIN A. a CHEWS Special "a.ter 't'

Solicitor for Complainant. "

( ))uz3 L H LJJ '., r-5HE'S COMIfV- "jorirn or HASTRII-S 2-S-St--SALE.Notie ,, 11t iTS
la hereby al..n. that und "-
QUO. 05 WRING-FISH MARKET To ALL RKSHT and by: virtue nf that certain fine ,.
LEADING PfleoSPACER ducre. of forerloinr mail JanuarIflth. r-\
\1CIJ411' Fran. BLUE FISH. A. t>. 1525 by Honorable A. J,, \
( Q A"kln. Juda- of th. 2Mb Ju. <.ll,.l. 1 1'11\l
Circuit In and for Hradford county ,
: !j
MJUREDAM&UtANCC J a& d d f IZZY[ A. PINHEAD" UIWRINTIR'oa ) Florida In that certain eau. whrIn t
f the, city: of Mtark a munlrlpacorporation ..
I* complainant and R. .l I
DR.. G AVJ' AND rtrvt TOO F1T5 / flavl, Mr. n M. Inmart. Join.< I
1ASIItKr( l) by her husband. and n..*t friend C r ,.
i M. Inman ar* dstendaoU.. the; ua>
BEEN! SfM9FtFD'fitE / / + -, {'y-y- deroigned.. aa *pe, lal r> stet wU 1 I
'iJwr.FOLK BRING 1 t ruSEO rv 5 t l t l' Mill for cash tn th. hltrll'lI ait'.. I
,' hrt bl'Mer In from, nt Hi fro*/
SAM SUCK& Wrt fe 1 S door rl the mart h .II ? 8t rknrtflford */' 'f;
COYNE RACK Tb 'ip1L 1 1 county, PI rldi m
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corm OH' IrUWNrtO f3U'T rs s J a day the 7th. day ,"f Mai, h ;,
/ ItSZ. iliirlnr' the Irital h-, "r "l..*. '"
SIPETCHeRS WHILE TAKE r'( r for the purpoM, of ....Ur n' sal i.
THE C2NUD: L.OOfO ULJA.il-0-ce- final divorv.. and th' amu,. thereIn : r"
"In'al..I. too foll-iwinc' dtn.rtaf .
ON. : .
Kiark. Bradford -un ". rtorUH i, )
ANMOUNCh'lNT1HE : to wifLee. .
One CD. Two (III and Thr. J(1) ; (
XMICY BU7ZVELCQMtt / ( of Illnrk II.T......., "'j In JJrS .
WvuS OFAMV ''j ton-Truby and Company. '
dltlun to Ik* Town nf Htarke. A1'J
KINO' 1 KIND BEADE3MA) / flpwlal' M...<<0.1\. \
l A. n CREWS
OOf. T& cats.J13UTS. .ya'a? "..111"100'I for Complainant.
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EIGHT ._ -
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-.- --- occurance In which all had a good I ,Women's Democratic

.,:,Bradford. County Established 1877 Telegraph l I Ii i From_ Other, Pens I[ ding profitable(Iowa time)Let's Herald., in.Laugh harmony.-Red- 1 + Do You Know? + I organization Miami Organization, Fla.of,-Jan.Florida's 25.Complete-With the

(Lisbon (Me.) Enterprise) army of
Fridays and Entered as Second Class Year.-Starke Democratic women completed
Published Weekly on And this la Leap "What's yours la mine, and ana
fc the Post Office at Starke Florida Telegraph. Well what of It?- the ready to function in every precinct .
Matter at! what's mine is my own, was in the state Mrs.
and Jame
I Bronson Journal. Just say frog
motto of who "henpeck '
a woman tree'
Carson, of Miami
one of
the candidates LEAP!-Chlpley
E. S. Matthews __ _. _u._.__ ------ ._ Owner and Publisher see News. ed" her husband. She never would 1 yA sf women "generals" of the national

; Robinson .. Managing Editor ---p permit him to refer to anything as f y r r / A ,, q Democratic Victory Fund drive
fj. C. u -- -----------
--- -- his own, and she objected strongly announced today the
i A small town is where just about personnel 'of
when she overheard him speakingto her staff of "colonels"
to eat, a directing
everybody has enough
SUBSCRIPTION KATE a neighbor about' "my car."
to the work in each of the 67 coun
and a few clothed
place to sleep "
I "I want you to remember, she
{ Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance fear.-Inverness Chronicle. Refer- said to her husband, ''that half of ties.Mrs.. L. A Davis of Starke, will
red to A. P.'s attention.
Advertising Hates on Application everything you own belongs to me. direct activities of the women's
( i O It's our house, and our car, and our aI army in Bradford county.
A lot of dinner
,I For -- job
' money In the bank"A Two objectives have been given
\ \ used for campaign
, Plant a tree. palls, formerly little while later' he came to :caa the Democratic women of Floridaas
to H. Hoover, 9 t
; 0- mrposes. Apply her with a pair of'trousers in his their part of the national victory
D. C. Inverness
Washington, hands. drive effort They will share with

i i, : South Florida. fair is now open. Chronicle._.Filled with-what? 'Say., Mary,!' he said "how'd you AJfiL..4fr&JJt the regular party organizations in

o like to sew a button on our trousers this state the task of placing
How many candidates for gov- !in'
? Democracy a strong financial
t Attend the South Florida Fair ernor can you name?--Starke --o-- Ill position for the approaching cam
Oh a dozen or so more
-0 r Telegraph. So Say We All paign. By. obtaining an averageof

than can be elected.BronsonJournal. Lisbon (Me.) Enterprise) 10 cents from each voter, the
This winter has been a warm summer. Or perhaps six or seven '' women's army hopes to raise a
--0 more than will be In the race when A Florida uxcnange says: "When fund of at least 15000. The sec-
politics enter the schools, educa-
times to qualify.-ChlpleyVewa.
comes ond and equally Important
The wise farmer farms to make a living. tion of children is secondary. Keep objec-
tive of the women's army, is to
schools out of politic and politicsout
-o-- -0- ?, crystalize sentiment among men
No new candidates for governor this week Isn't it about time for Ivy Clough of schools. and women voters in behalf of the
r So all at least all who
say we --
with that ,
Johnson to come along opportunity for service presented)
have Interest in the children
famous remark of hers about the an the Democratic party in the com-
in the League of Nations. ? and young people-,.:.for it is a fact
Japan put the ague two national political parties says ing national campaign.
0 Ivy Clough, "The two parties remind that: too often many communitieshave Generals, colonels and privates,

, I me of twin babies. As soon to pay the price when politics alike, of the Florida army of Democratic -
'/ May 21st is' the last day to pay your poll tax. as you get one of them dry the are Injected into school affairs women are performingtheir

-0--- other needs attention. Winter We owe to every boy and every I service unselfishly, without

Garden Journal. girl the very best opportunity pos hope of financial reward.
',' Merchants who advertise have no need for mothballs. -o- sible to acquire the foundation for asszL ; -I The complete list of colonels for

' o Kissing usually starts off with a an education. This cannot be'accomplished Florida follows:

is only trying to give China a taste of postlve and a negative, then mergIng In a community unless FA.tof..fA. C.M*... HalimJh R.llm.re, Alachua, Miss Ida Burkhim
Perhaps Japan into neutral.-Starke Telegraph the school officials are working In Gainesville; Baker, Mrs. C. L.

[civilization. What we never could un- harmony, and are interested I HAT e-.t. nM-s! ef Ice statuary are features chipped of the by winter hand seasoni from Hodges, :Macclenny; Bay, Mrs. J.
enough to sacrifice personal ambition In C- lv.an*: Qi-ebee Th. flaures! are E Pllcher Panama Brad-
o derstand is how these old, married a toe and they take many forms Hue Is s bear carved City;
with bringing ten country editors, with thinning hair, when public'. welfare is to f,? ulptor putting the finishing touches to the Job., ford, Mrs. L. A. Davia, Starke;
Farmers cannot be prosperous eggs Became such authorities on kissing. be considered. Brevard, Mrs. C. J. H. Campbell,

'' cents a dozen. -Clermont Press. X-rays made -n--- "with our president and the con- all for the belief relative to the Melbourne; Broward, Mrs. FrankC.

---0 while you wait Controlling The Nation's Nose gress now looking ,to the rebilita- I crisis of pneumonia coming on the Dickey. Hollywood; Charlotte,

---o- (Arcadia Arcadian.) tlon of the country through home odd day, although the time Is ap Mrs. C. K. Dodd, Punta Gorda;

Perry Herald predicts Leap Year will greatly increase Too look at :ohn Robinson one Will Rogers, humorist, actor, building, how we can believe It is proximate. Children born in the Citrus, Miss Marguerite Pridgon
the number of "yes" men. sane economy and good American do not have a bet- Inverness; Clay Mrs. W. F. Clark,
1 wouldn't think that he has all that cowboy paragrapher, and ambas- I seventh month .
Park Collier Mrs. J. M.Barfleld.
Orange ; ,
for to be more born
o sentiment which is pulled off In sador-at-large from the United statesmanship us ter chance to live than those Collier Columbia
City ,
States to all nations often kids generous to our foreign neighborsthan month. The body is ;
in the In the eighth
the old farm that hasn't been the following paragraph Dr. Eleanor Harthlu Lake
E' About the only thing about to those whom we City;
his we are and throwing
for its
( Starke Telegraph, which be ably own country tendency to constantly: growing Dade Mrs. Henerietta McCord
(reduced is the mortgage. edits: "Kissing usually starts off horn into matters ,with which it represent in this chamber" is beyond I. off dead tissues but the renewal, Roberts, Miami; DeSoto, Mrs. Ora

j \Y 0_ -'. with a positive and a negative then should not be concerned my understanding. a steady process and does not take Albritton Arcadia: Dixie, Mrs. L
,: of being merging into neutral.-Macclenny The impression seems to be Congressman Green finished his place all of a sudden every seven M. Caswell Cross Duval
: It's certain Florida will not suffer the calamity cancellation of City; ,
Press. You can learn a lot by keep- growing that there is as much speech against I years. The seventh son usuallyhas Mrs. W. S. Jennings, Jacksonville;
[without a governor next year. d. Ing your ears open. sense as humor the comments foreign debts with this statement: a tough time because of six Escambla. Mrs. Sarah Landrum
of the cow-boy humorist, The "The American people are already older brothers.
oi ---pHamilton Cawthron, Pensacola (assistant,
i Automobile manufacturers are still striving to make the County han a "dirt of money in our own nation seemsto groaning under the present ''The human-being craves magical Mrs. A. B. Moody, Pensacola) ;
' farmer" announcing for governor. have lead the way and probably burden of taxation; yes, taxation demonstrations. He Is ready in Flagler, Mrs. Christine Tolan

! [front seat narrow enough for two. He'll have a hard time getting accustomed influenced governmental agencies, from municipality to federal tax. time of illness to believe almost Flagler Beach; Franklin, Mrs. An-

o to the red clay in Talla- in taking more Interest in the Cancellation of debts owed the anything that may be told to him. nie Ryan Marks, Apalacbicola;

? Tampa does not take kindly to the proposal to build ajfcanal hassee.-Starke Telegraph. Yet affair of other nations than was government by foreign nations It Is not surprising, therefore, that Gilchrist, Mrs Marie Hardee, Tren

of Florida. we like the way that fellow talks, good for us. Vast sums of money will In the end bring additionaltax incantations involving the use of ton: Gulf Mrs H. E. .Goodwin,

across the upper part and it would probably be a great have been loaned to the people in on our people to meet the gov- I numbers sung in a rhythmical Port St. Joe; Highlands Mrs. Ruth

o blessing to the state If a man of his other lands in an effort to attract ernment's obligations. Gentlemen, I manner should have fascinated his Bass Hylton, Avon Park; 'Hills-

, "Eugenie out, Paris turns to freakish," says headline. type: were elected. In other wordsIt their trade, and our own,countryso in the name of fairness and good mind and suppressed his reason borough, Mrs. J. Ried Ramsey

will turn the direction. would be a 'noble experiment drained of its working capital common sense, I beg you not pile and that lurid labels claiming to Lutz; Holmes, Mrs. S. L. Jeter,
""' And the women same Macclenny Press. that there Is not /enough left to additional tax burdens on my peo- cure everything, should attract his Bonlfay; Indian River Mrs. A. W.

;. 0 -o- handle the business i properly- ple.Green attention. Young-Vero Beach; Jackson Mrs.

Candidates out hunting a job ought to be able to talk Tampa finnally awakened to the There la good reason to believe champions the cause of .- John C. Carter, Jr.,. Marianna; La-

". (t i situation. menace of a canal that would keep that our own nation, would be more farmers and flies his colors as a ORPHANAGE fayette; Mrs. W. F. Howel, Bran-
[impressively on the unemployment TO AID
, ships out of that port and we may prosperous if it attended more to Democrat with the following: "If I ford; Lee, Mrs. Florence Wilson,
-0 now expect to see a renewal of the Its own affairs and,less to' the af- you are going to relieve banks, Ft. Myers; Leon, Mrs. Bolunt My-

' _fN "The seven-cent gas tax is having a heck of a time keep- battle between Jax and Tampa. All fairs of others. railroads, Insurance companies and I I Winter Haven Jan. 25. -Enthusiastic and- ers, Tall 7iassee: Levy Mrs. L. W.
We other agencies then let us have support by ministry Rutland. Williston Madison, Mrs.
''J' has been peaceful since the census pretend a righteous aloof-
funds brought in by six-cent levy. I alike is being given Dr. J. H.
Ing up figures were finally settled-Lees- ness by staying out of the Leagueof definite assurance that one-horse laity Frank Parramore Madison; Man-
j,A- i 0 burg Commercial. And Tampa's Nations, and yet we miss no op- farmers may also obtain relief to Griffin of this city in his cam- atee, Mrs. John W. Stevens, HaUev -

\ Scientists have perfected a non-skid soap, and will now reason for not wanting that ship portunity to grab the jobs which which they are so Just entitled. paign to raise a $43,000 fund to ,, t; Martin, Mrs. Carroll Duns-
P canal were the best arguments we the League is supposed to do and They now deserve so much, but receive pay the debt on the Bap- combe, Stuart; Nassau Mrs. J. B.
[turn their attention to four-wheel brakes for roller skates. Have seen for that canal through try to do them ourselves. It looks so little. If you enable him tist Orphanage at Arcadia. local Dr. Stewart, Fernandina; Okeechobee,
: -0 this part of Florida.-Bronson now like there was a good chance I to produce, all local business men Griffin, released from Mrs. Ruth B. Owens, Okeechobee

An optimist is the English woman who spent two years Journal. for old Uncle Samuel, to get a biff' will profit. Many business'inen of I pastorale this for three has mnths spent to three promote City; Orange, Mrs. R. D. VanTassell -
district ate dependent thefarmers' cause Orlando Osceola, Mrs. Lottie
on the beezer as a result of the my upon ;
[and( $2,500 to collect, twelve cents due her. She lost the case, Starke -Telegraph-notes that scrap between Japan and China produce for their exis- weeks with associations throughout Lawler Klsslmmee; Palm Beach,
and la en-
'' 0 Florida had a bumper crop of nuts just because of this Meddlesome tence. Let us uphold our great the state greatly assuredhim. Mrs. Harry Hauck, West Palm

'" Lisbon (Me.) Enterprise has discovered that a couple In 1931 and adds that the 1932 crop Mattie disposition which possessesus democratic principle of equal opportunity couraged by the instances support Beach r Pasco, Mrs. J. D. Coleman,
? In two congregations
Dade Pinellas" Miss Sue Bar-
for all and City ,
[quarrels when driving along, but stops the engine when making promises to be even heavier. Now special. privilege have assured him .of $1,000 Clearwater; Polk Mrs. J. B.
to none. co, ;
J. C. that's a mean dig at the can- A thorough.,, lesson in attending each while others are bending every
| : Hannah Lakeland Putnam Mrs.
up. didates for political ot'CIce-Harry! to our own busines.might be one -o- ;
to raise
effort a
Mabel B. Coughlin, Palatka; St.
0 Brown in Gainesville Sun. Why, of the best things" that"'"could.happeh THE MAGIC OF NUMBERSThis of the $.',000. In each Johns, Mrs. W.' Atkinson, St.

;; .V ,,1 Speaking of present day radio programs, Tarpon Springs Harry, we are surprised with our to us., association visited thus far, Dr. Augustine; St.. Lucie, Mrs. D. E.

,;| ,Leader says the leading comment is "For heaven's sake, shut. own astonishment to think Robbie o'o is the time of year when Griffin has spoken to large groupsof Austin Ft. Pierce; Santa Rosa
even though about the candidates. Horrors Los Onglalze: hundredS' of mothers mix up' home ministers and laymen has had Milliard Milton
Mrs. Caldwell ;
\ that thing off Evil he who evil thinks. Come over Two Inches of snow In dear old concoctions which they feed In outstanding ministers named chair- Sarasota, Theresa D. Ash ton. Bee

:', h'N ] 0 to Perry, Harry and we will fill Loz Onglalze TCk .tck. tck! The doses to their reluctant childrento men and leading laymen selectedas Ridge; Seminole Mrs. W. Theodore
your hunting sack with paper-shell land where 'tis alwaysJune. Sez ward off colds and sore throats. key men for the campaign in
'N r If all the printed lines warning motorists to get their Langley, SanfohJ" ; Sumter Mrs.
pecans--and not armor clad politi- they. The land where the sun Hundreds of other mothers will no each association, all working to-
W, R. Blgham! Coleman; Suwannee -
;;':,iltagB, were put end to end you would find motorists at both cal kind.--Perry Herald.o always shines; where the graceful doubt, spurn the old-fashioned, ward malr':'g Sunday, March! 8, the Mrs. F. R. McCormick Live

:Ji'fends' still without tags. -- ----- palm trees nod their lordly heads; home-made mixtures for bottles of great ingathering day when the Oak; Union, Mrs. Ella Rimes

r : 0 The rumor Is going the rounds where the rose and the myrtle and much-advertised cough and cold offerings are to be placed upon Strickland Lake Butler; Volusia
that Senator Stewart of Fernan- jessamine bloom the whole the altar of the more than 700
year remedies of the contents of which Mrs. J. Rogers Gore, Daytona
During leap year are you supposed to reverse the time- dina, in Nassau county, is groom- 'round! Lykell, lykell. lykell! Two they know nothing. In the first churches In the Florida Baptist :Beach; Wakulla Mrs. L. L. Par-

!honored custom, and congratulate the bride and extend sym- ing himself to make the race for inches of snow In' Loz Onglaize case, faith 'la placed In the old convention. aro, Crawfordvllle; Walton, Mrs.

bjgpathy: to the bridegroom ? congress In the second district and not one small teaspoonful of family formula and, in the second Dr. Griffin opened the campaignat Clark Scott DeFuniak Springs;

''Jr 0'I' against R. A. Green. Senator snow have we had all this long case, the mothers rely on the ex- Jackaoiville, January 5, and Washington, Mrs. A. E. Spencer,
' I Stewart, we believe, is one of those winter in dear '014 Chicago. Nor travagant statements made on the since then has spoken"to the following Chipley.
It Is a problem to decide which aggregation is made up of I high protectionists in the senate, cold weather of any kind exceptIn labels of bottles or boxes of pills. associations at the places .

; biggest liars-the candidates with their promises or the who believe the legal profession the Ice boxes and refrigerators. There may be still others who are designated; : Jacksonville 'association HOW BOARD SPENT MONEYThe

with their promises. should be protected by being supplied The green'grass is growing here In convinced of the magic numbers in First Church. Jacksonville; use the Federal Farm Board

with plenty of circuit judge- the great midwest and the flowers the treatment of many of the ills St. Johns Association, Ancient has made In a little over two yean,

0 ships and state's attorneys and are blooming'In the gardens, and to which the family may fall heir City Church St. Augustine; Sem- of the $500,000.000! revolving fund

[ There sems to be no need for an independent party in that salaries generally of public the turtle doves and the mocking In the beginning, when practically Inole Association, DeLand;;: Indian appropriated by Congress, la bet-

the state if you consider the number willing to run for gov officials should be held at the present birds and the bobolinks' building all healing diseases was faith River Association Melbourne; MI- ter realized from a glance at the
level. Mr. Green i their little nests In the ami Association First Church MI- !
high un- leafy healing, magical and mystical facts than from continued readingof
ernor in the Democratic column. doubtedly would find plenty of material branches of the old apple tree. formulas played a great part in the ami; also Temple 'Church, MIami the fiction, that it "was lost in

0 in the senate journals to use Two inches of snow in Los Ong- methods used by priest healers to ; Peace River Association, Pun- trying to fix prices." Of course

',(: Texas courts have decided the legislature could not limit against Stewart on the stump, to lalze. Two inches of snow in control disease. In the formulas ta Gorda; Southwest Florida Association there was no Intention to fix

: cotton planting by law. Prices will be about the most effective show that his opponent would not southern California. And all they numbers were conspicuous, perhaps Bradenton, at Riverside prices, but the wheat and cotton
fit into the economy program that talk about out there is the climate because the idea of Increasingand and First Churches, Tampa Sun- stabilization operations were mere-

: law for controlling planting. must be practiced at Washington the powerful climate, our lessening the ,quantity had a day, Jan. 17; Tampa Bay Association ly to "cushion" and make less disastrous -

1 \ o the next two years.-Ocala Star. gorgeous climate. Heavenly cli- particular appeal to the person who First Church Tampa; South inevitable declines.Those

i, Florida's supreme' court will likely be called on next to -- o mate, where 'tis always the sum- might be suffering pain or perhaps Florida Association, First Church operations were an emergency activity
\i They bad a fire at King City, mer time, the June time! Where high fever. No doubt, many of Lakeland; Alachua Association, Inverness Interfering somewhat, with
decide if tag agents can force motorists to pay the 25 percent Mo., last week In a store building. soft tropic breezes ever blow, the the earliest systems of countingarose ; Marion Association Ocala the primary work of the board but

: penalty for refusing to buy a tag before February tat The local fire department was able wbangdoddle mourneth for ts first from attempts to number the First Church; Lake County Association In spite of it, loans (following cart!

r'I! 0-- to handle the situation satisfactorIly born, and the bulbul (bull-bull) portions of the human body. The I Eustis; New River Association ful survey of needs, resources and
to themselves. The fire chief, sings sweetly in the trees. Two ancient Hebrews had Starke; and Santa Fe Association -
a prayer have to 3,613
The to cent of the gone
proposal use one gasoline tax to fence First Church Gainesville
; a carpenter hacked great holes inches of snow In Loz Onglalze enumerating the bones of the body.In different cooperative associations
sows off the highways is not impractical. But we have through the roof and floors. A and southern' California. It Is to practically every system of During the current week meetingsare representing a combined member-

other derelicts navigated by human beings using the high- painter saw to it that the paintingwas weep. (Loa Onglalze and southern magic, the figures 3, T, and 9 are Association being held, In the with church the Harmony at Trenton ship of 1,230,000: producers. :Money

ways. badly scratched up a wall pa California papers please copy.- of great Importance. For Instance, with the Beulah thus put out (often where local
: per hanger and a plasterer man- "A Line o' Type of'Two' column In It is a common supertitlon that ; Association banks
unable to
were complete
; I at First.Church, Lake City with
Mt: o aged to ruin the wall paper and Chicago pneumonia always undergoes a ;
Tribunep financing) regularly is being re-
the Suwannee
*, If this country is drawn into war with Japan because of knock off most of the plaster. A --- crisis on the seventh or ninth day; !I First Church. Live Association Oak; and with at paid-and reloaned in line with the

.f.the inability of our leaders to keep their noses out of scraps light and telephone lineman man- Champions Cause of Farmer that children born in the seventh the Middle Florida Association in purpose of a revolving fund This
aged tQ cut all wires around close (Tallahassee
Dally Democrat) month to
are have better
Vof no concern to this country, it.will not be on account of the and the hardware dealer was kept Congressman1 Green waxed chance of living than those the church at Madison.. vast financing of cooperatives has
gone on (In spite of the emerg-
': American citizens involved but American dollars. busy breaking glass. Another member eloquent In the house' the other born in the eighth month; that the which tied unanticipated
11 of the department the I Monticello Local telephone ex- ency up
0"J was day supporting federal loans for body renews Itself every seven amounts In stabilization wheat and
tor of the News. He had visionsof : farmers and in change remodeling building at cor-
:.. One reverend suggests giving bootleggers a life term. speaking against: years; that the seventh son .is ner of Dogwood and Cherry streets. cotton) until at the beginning of
a big fire sale to be advertised I the cancellation of debts owed the bound to-make a great physician I
That would be better than sentencing all the customers to one later, and as he was handling the' government by foreign countries and, of course, that the seventh Lake I this year; total advances of $890
City -* Seaboard Oil Co. 000.000 bad been made wad there
;: for then most of the churches would be nozzle of the DOM be personallyseen "With a near two billion dollars of ,
year, empty and all I' son a seventh son is nothing received permit to construct addi- had been, repaid to the revolving
,the: jails filled. that lots of the merchandise deficit in our treasury and 7.000- short of a great magician. tion to filling station on 11:. Duval fund 451,000,000 or nearly as
L.... got plenty wet It was no doubt aa 000 people unemployed." be said, Actually there Is no reason at, street much as Congress. provided


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