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 19, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01015
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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1877 Subscription-For Year, $1.50; Six, Months, 75c-Payable in Advance E. S. Matthews, Owner and Publisher

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S. DOWLING P.-T. A. Hold February I I Starke Night At I'Require Signatures Rumor of No

Meeting Wednesday : [11 George Washington 11 .I Advertisements For t

:PPOINTED AS Founders Day of the Parent- ... Greyhound RacesNext Political- Offices Farm Loans In ;,

'Teachers' Association was observed (By A. E. DUNHAM) Tallahassee, Feb. -Florida law '

at the meeting Wednesday afternoon The Times-Union of two requires that all political advertisements -

COUNTY AIDEr. I In the school auditorium, ago had an illustrated page and campaign literature Florida Denied
'ie president Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, Friday Will Bo DrMlgiiated an _
Ing the eight projects of The Bradford-Sturke published or circulated prior to or
having arranged an appropriate centennial Commission HandicapAnnouncement on the day of the primary election

program. do honor to the Illustrious must be signed by the author, At- '
s. S. Dowllng principal of Ten Land Bank lead Srnatort'
pupils from Mrs. H. C. Says
acter and services of the torney General Cary D. Landta
dford School has been has been made
High Flitch's grade gave a charming of our Country" at this time. that Bradford said today in a written opinion.If Fletcher' Informant IsMistaken 'J I,
olnted county aide to the secfary hatchet County-Starke night
drill combined with
of war for Bradford countyordlng triotic and recitations. pa- The above projects are will be observed at the Clay County the advertisement or literature ,
songs lows: ((1)) The completion Kennel la published or circulated by a clubor
to word just receivede. Club's greyhound track at ,"
A letter of greeting from Mra. committee It must be Washington, Keb. 14.-In a letter
Mount Vernon signed by
Mr. will bave Highway Orange Park on the evening of
Dowling charge E. M. Rooks the first of
president to
the chairman and the Senator Duncan/ U. Fletcher (
Memorial secretary,
lington Bridge
| In the Citizen'sIlltary Friday, February 23.
enrolling boys of the Starke P.-T. A., was read the of '
pinoln stated, and If the printed policies the Federal Land .
Vernon. (2) The editing Free tickets
from this subject only a
Training Camps by the secretary Mrs. W. B. Parks tribution of the writings of state tax of 10 cents have been matter Is in the form of a circularIt Bank at Columbia, S. C., are set ;;. 'i''
nty. These camps are put on and was followed by an Instrumental forth by Its F. II. '' .'
must bear the name of the printer president, '
ington. (3) The completion placed In the hands of Mayor H. C.
the federal government each
duet, "Sunflower Dance", who had been to "
or publisher. Political advertisements
under the direction of the Monument Gardens. (4)) Wall and other leading citizens of J
r war
Misses Lois 81
by Long and Marjorie the ,
appearing In by a constituent, as
building of Washington's Starke and be obtained newspapers
artment. They will be held this
Stump. must be marked 'paid advertisement" having Indicated< that the Colum-
from June 14 to 13. place at Wakefleld Va. ((5) them upon request
r July The Miss Olive Ray read a on bin Federal Land Bank
paper but need not have the name la not going :
of all
marking spots!
.ernment furnishes free translation Founders Day. This paper stated I The feature race of the evening of the publisher as the newspaper! to: borrow any of the $2,000.000,000
with Washington. (6)) The
and other necessary ex- that the Parent-Teachers' Association will be designated the Bradford Reconstruction ,
duction of historical Itself carries the publisher's. name. Corporation ; I"
There is no military oblation ( was founded in 1897, In Wash- County-Starke handicap, and some also that no Federal farm loans

attached to attendance at ington, D. C., by Mrs. T. W. Burneya Alexandria. ((7)) The of the topnotch greyhounds performing GREEN PROTESTS will be considered In Florida. The \

np, and all boys physically fit Georgia woman. Mrs. F. H. the George Washington on the oval will be enteredIn letter follows: ;
|im 17 to 24, are entitled to apply Long read a paper on the birthdayof Memorial Temple near thla event it was stated by Myer "Acknowledgment Is made of ;t

1 admission. the P.-T. A., and a birthday of- ((8)) The completion of the Goldberg president of the club and At the -of Florida your letter of the eighth concernIng -
[he rudiments of military science fering was taken for the local Washington Memorial In the managing director of the track. request vegetable the policies of the Federal Land .

i taught during the morning, but work. area of the capital.A Greyhound racing has firmly established Green growers.recently Congressman protested! the R.sun-A. Bank at Columbia. At this particular ";
ernoons are given to recreation member of the itself as one of the most
Mrs. H. C. Rltcb's grade receiveda tension of reduced rates time It Is not contemplated !
Tall kinds including practicallythe for the says: "Wakefield is the popular forms of outdoor evening express that
prize having largest num- by the Interstate Commerce Commission the Federal Land Bank of Columbia ,
sports. These thirty-day ber of patrons present. the commemoration. It Is amusement ever offered In this The commission In response will procure funds from tha :.
e camps have been attended by The president ordered the fol- ceivable that such! an event ; section. The fact of this assertionIs to this Indicates Reconstruction Finance Corpora

dreda of Florida boys during lowing bills paid: Balance on Vic- without taking Into I borne out by the large nightly that the protest reduced now lon.: Should the occasion demand.

b past eight years. There has trola $6.00; George Washington the birthplace of the man crowds which attend each program rates on vegetables will be allowed.express this: matter will be given considera
aye been a larger number re- palm. $2.50; carpenter's bill for birth I I" to be commemorated. and their return la Insured by the His tion.

jesting admission( than could be work in dressing room, $3.22. Importance has been clean class of racing offered there. follow protest: "Recently and the reply commls-thereto "Regarding the statement made>.
B. C. the place where he died Wagering Is legalized and state your
epted; consequently. Major with
Meeting adjourned prayer slop suspended! reduced iy. your con tluent to the effect
hey. state aide, located at the by the president, Mrs. Ferryman. Vernon, which Is a shrine I supervised and the state of Florida rates on vegetables to southeastern express that he understands that I have Indicated ,
alverslty of Florida states that Inspiration of thousands Is expected to net about $50,000In : that the land bank will not
action of
( grime annually but it is tax revenue from the track. points. your com-
who would like to have the privge ; consider making loans In
mission Indeed blow to Florida.
i of attending one of these free BLUE BUS STRIKES TRUCK ton's birth not his death, Persons besides Mayor Wall from was a great this not correct.
is to be commemorated whom tickets be obtained our,vegetables growers, who are In
should In
apa send their appli- may are: Uulra for Loans
Ltlons early. A would seem to be most Councilmen J. F. Colley, W. L. many cases, not receiving more
Feb. 15. truck
Gainesville than 25c for their labor. "The land bank has not at any
The camps will be held for the and trailer bearing a huge load of all to give attention to the Wall, C. F. Hoover, J. C. Manningand With this per reduced day rate little time discontinued considering mak-
urth Corps Area at, the follow- grapefruit were demolished and a where he was ushered N. Sternberg; also Dr. E. L. of hope loomed in our action ray of ing loans. In accordance with tha t
r places: Fort Barrancas Flor- arena of his mighty Biggs and W. M. Wainwright. '
Blue bus was damage to the extentof commission in the provisions of the law, rules and
: Fort Bragg North Carolina; more than $3,000 as the result John D. Rockefeller, Jr., Arrangements for the night your nullifying regulations of the Federal Farm. ,
reduced rates. I
hope that can
'rt f McClellan Alabama; Fort 207 acres of the old were made by these gentlemen you
of an accident early yesterday reconsider the and Loan Board and on a bails afford
case again put
oultrie. South Carolina Fort homestead on which are the Following a conference here with
; morning on the Payne's Prairie ing adequate protection to the.
Into effect these reduced rates, and
Jlethorpe, Georgia; Fort Screven burial grounds and turned it Halle Myerson, personal representative -
fill. No one was injured. bank. Obviously when consider
thus: permit our to continue -
orgla; and Camp Beauregard The bus, driven by W, S. Fields, to the Wakefield National of Mr. Goldberg and attacheof their production growers for at least ing applications for loans, the
morial Association From the track.Dennis .
ulslana. All interested boys of Jacksonville struck! the fruit a while longer." character, reputation and ability
ould see Mr. Dowling and secure truck after it had swerved to one can be gathered of the of .the former must be considered:

elr applications Immediately side of the road to prevent collision of Washington la that it Smith Given The Interstate Commerce Commission as well as the value of the security

with another truck parked manor house, but a modest reply: "Receipt la acknowledged being offered and the Income derived s
ttorney. one such as might be 20 Years Sentence of your letter of the ninth Instant -
\ along the fill. The fruit was from the operations of tha
be built In wilderness In addressed to Chairman Porter
a <
owned by J._ S. Engle of Sebring., farm over a series of years, ascertaining -
Primary Regulations days with crude tools and I Dennis H. Smith sentencedto of the Commission having ref
A truck operated by John Bolen, was whether or not the applicant -
labor. The total cost of the to reduced rates fruits
I erence on
20 In the state
Micanopy negro, and containing years prison should under reasonably nor-
the ration Is estimated at $: Thursday morning at the adjourned and vegetables proponed by the
f Rules for the guidance of candl- five negroes, was parked along mal conditions produce and dispose -
The natural setting of the session of circuit court for UnIon Railway/ Express Agency In Its tar-
road. Bolen and others were attempting of products affording to returns
Jites to enter the state
wishing ff I. C. C. No. 312. to become: effective
to repair it. The bus Vernon Highway Is county for the shooting of C. C. sufficient to meet fixed
emocratlc elections in
primary driven by Fields evidently failed to It stretches from the McCall<< on October 2, 1931. The February 8, 1932, and on charges and living expenses. Including
tine have been given in an opinion
of the Southeastern Express
General D. Lan- see the fruit truck due to the truckof morial across the new trial consumed three days case go- protest Installments and taxes In
Attorney Cary
the negroes. bridge along the banks of Ing to the jury Wednesday after Company suspended by order connection with the property
They are: tomac to Mount Vernon. I and verdict of murder In this. Commission In I. & S. DocketNo.
noon a which he
Fields had almost passed the may seek to mortgage."At .
Each candidate for office a
I 3095. You advised that
are now
parked truck when he struck the the government has the second degree being rendered all time the question of eligibility
In than
Rust run more one county .
through of the contending
agreement '
to file state- fruit truck. The bus and negro $4,000,000.As thirty minutes after the jury re- of the loan must be consid
required a sworn
parties and approval of this
truck were headed south while the head of the and tI red.State's. ered.
ent with the secretary of state army commission provision has been
fruit truck was progressing north- ernment Washington's "P"J Attorney Crews was assisted Granting Extension
4t less than 30 days before the
made not only for the protestedrates
st primary showing receipt for ward. must have been extensive. It by Senator Pat Whitaker of "Regarding the matter of grantIng -
to stations of the Railway
yment of assessments levied bye The left side and rear end of the pected that there will be at : ( Tampa, and the defense was con- extensions to worthy borrowers -
Express Agency but also for reduced -
i state executive committee, and bus was badly damaged. Officials 23 volumes. ducted by Col. Joe Hill Williams we are following the practiceof
rates to stations of the
t pay his filing fee to secretary estimated the injury at $3,000. The Last summer I saw the of Lake Butler, and Col. L. E. having the directors of the association -
Southeastern Express Company, to
tate. The committee assessment fruit truck was demolished and the Memorial on a hill near Wade of Green Cove Springs The through which an Individual
become effective February 12,
maybe paid to the secretary fruit and trailer sent sailing Into dria. From its tower there I late Senator E. M. Johns had been procured a loan from the )
1932. Under the circumstances It
state for transfer to the com- the fill. Sheriffs deputies spent unexcelled view of the Blue I retained to assist the state in this bank Investigate and make recommendations
that J.he order of
fcttdiV more than three hours directing Mountains and the trial, and following his death Sena- appears suspension as regards any delinquent

ndidate for office which traffic around the debris. country. Estimated cost Is tor Whitaker offered his services in may be vacated and the proceeding case, upon receipt of such
discontinued, thus leavingthe
1m to run In only one Two negro passengers of the bus 000000. In it Is completing cases that had been desired reduced rates In effect recommendations from the association -

u st follow the same received slight bruises while a negro lodge; room with the old bandied by Senator Johns. la made by the bank or a review -

cept that the statement driver of the fruit truck was and the chair that he FLOAT FOR FESTIVAL of the files and all Information -

8 are to be paid to thee bruised and sustained minor cuts. when master of the lodge in STARKE DEFEATS HAMPTON In the hands of the bank la I

circuit court not less Bolen was arrested for parkingon andria. He was made a i Mr. H. L. Rockwood of Galneiville made and a decision is reached as

ays prior to he first prl- the highway. Two negroes were Nov. 4, 1752, In Starke hoopsters defeated the met with the Business Men's to whether or not the case may be

arrested by deputies when they As a Mason he laid the Hampton team 27 to 23 here last Club Monday to make arrange- classified as being deserving. If

ndldate is also required failed to observe traffic regula- stone of the Nation's Capitol Monday night in a close game. The ments for the entering of a float It Is decided 1 that the case Is a deserving
o_( file a detailed and Itemized tions. One was charged with Im- 18, 1793. At his death his game was nip and tuck up until for the town or county In the Tung one, an application Is then

statement of his campaign ex- proper lights and the other with ren with the funeral rites the last minutes when Cox center 011 festival to be held in that city forwarded to the borrower for execution

sea, either with the secretary of reckless driving. fraternity placed his for the locals, dropped In a trip the last three days of March and and action by either the full

tate or the clerk of the circuitrt Officials of the bus line said they the silent tomb at Mount shot for the winning score. April let Messrs. L. Wyman, N. board or directors of the association -

as governed by the two previous I would settle for damages. The The Grand Lodge of New Alvarez was high score man for Sternberg and J. C. Robinson were or Its loan committee (the latter

rules, not more than SO days driver was not arrested. in its archives a medallion the locals with nine points, with appointed as a committee to com- only In cases where the directors -

nor less than 25 days prior to the back of which are these Morgan high man for Hamptonwith plete plans for an appropriate have authorized them to act)

first primary another statement RUFUS S. HUMPHREY "The God-like Washington 13 points. float I who recommended for or againstthe

not more than 12 days nor less Dec. 14, 1709. All The Hampton boys started the For protection of the shade trees extension forwarding the for

than eight days prior to the first Rufus S. Humphrey, 72 died suddenly tears." game by racking up three points on the streets Messrs. E. L. Btggi mal, application to the bank for

primary; and again within 10 daya early Tuesday morning at At this time when every I In the first minute. The visitors L. Wyman and C. A. Knight were action by the executive officers.

fter tho second primary election. the home of his grandson, J. O of the character of displayed a fast team. asked to meet with the city council Florida No Exception,

Therefore this year candidates Wyndham in Jacksonville. I being studied anew I The lineup follows: and urge passage of an ordinance I "As you aro doubtless aware we
Mr. was a native of phasize his Christian have found It necessary to grant In-
must file their statements of campaign Humphrey Starke Hampton against promiscuous! cutting and '
expenses between May 8 and South Carolina but had been a resident And no matter from what Alvarez: 9 F 13, Morgan trimming of trees within the town. dulgencies not alone in the state of

midnight of May'13, their second of Starke for 25 years. He view his personality Is ,I Martin 4 F 4, Strickland Florida but over practically the

statements between May 28 and was a retired naval stores operator. ed, he has steadily grown In Cox 7 C 7. Williams CHARGED WITH SHOOTING whole of the district, in an effortto

midnight of May 30, and their final He waa a member of the Mormon as the multitude of those Smith, G 1. Johns protect our Interest and that'of

tatementa not later than midnightf church and Bradford, Masonic whom he could be Sternberg 4 O Wadsworth Dock Warren Is being held under national farm loan associations

July 8.These Lodge No. 35 of Starke. Besides Ir creased. There Is no Substitutes: Starke Thomas, $:100 bond to await action of the and at the same time be of serviceto

sworn statements of campaign his widow, Mrs. Alice Humphreyof truth whose soul will wall. 3, Struth; Hampton WI! grand Jury, he being charged with worthy borrowers who have In

expenses are required of all Starke, he la survived by three strengthened by thinking llama. shooting Mrs. Jake Johns In the our opinion exerted every effort to

candidates: whether they have paid daughters, Mrs. S. L. Wyndhamof way in which he met his leg last Saturday night on highway keep their loans In good standingbut

political workers or not. Florida Charleston,'S. C.; Mrs. Lula B ties. Soldiers, statesmen,, 13, near the Wannee Branch rail through no fault of others have

Jaw limits paid political, workers Kearl of Lake Town, Utah; Mrs, all turn to his life for way crossing. The ball Inflicted a found it Impossible under existing

to clerks and stenographers In the Martha Thompson of Los Angeles, ;The secret of his power lies flesh wound above the ankle caus- conditions to do so."

.candidates'" campaign headquarters Calif.; four eons Herbert Humph reverence toward God j WithTheCandidates j ing considerable suffering from loss "

but prohibits payment ofmoney rey of Logan Utah Rufus and others In the same way. In I I of blood as the woman had to walk KINNEY KITE JAILED

to others and prohibits persons Kirk Humphrey of California and his orders be says: "While back to town to have the wound

from accepting money for po- William Humphrey of Lake Town, zealously performing the New candidates announcing this treated.. Kinney Kite was jailed again

IUcal work other than as ,clerks Utah; two sisters Mra. Susie Ven- good citizens and soldiers, week Include two for the assessor's i .. Thursday noon, charged WIth being "'
and stenographers at campaign ters of Hemingway S. C,, and Mm' tainly ought not to be office and one for sheriff. For state INJURED IN CAR WRECK drunk disorderly and miscellaneous -

eadquarters. Mattie Llmbaker of Mount Pleasant to the higher duty of offices Stafford Caldwell of Jacksonville other Items against the peace

Florida law also limits amountf S. C.; one brother, Charles the distinguished character i makes his formal announcement Two cars crashed In the fog and dignity of his household andneighbors I

money each candidate may lawfully Humphrey of Orange Heights. Funeral riot It should be our highest I for governor and W. early Monday morning just thin but not before be led

spend In hU campaign. services were held at the resi- to add the more distinguished lB. Douglass as a candidate for rail- side of the bridge at the Union the officers a chase through streets; I

S dence at 3 p.m.. Wednesday, the acter of Christian." At road commissioner. county line seriously injuring five of the town. Kite decided to make a

Davenport.-Construction practically Rev. G. P. Raymond, pastsor of the he was an active vestryman L. H. Hill of Lawtey, and N. D. persons and they were taken to break as he neared the jail and

completed on new airport. First Baptist Church of Starke loyal churchman. Not only Wainwright, former tax assessor Lake Butler for treatment. One succeeded In getting several blocks

officiating, assisted by Rev. L. W. but in Philadelphia, New for many years are presenting of the cars was from Jacksonville away before he was seized. He Is '

Tampa-Bids received for con- Klckllter. Pallbearers were: G. W. Peekskill. Kingston or a their announcements for the con- the other from High Springs. SherIff already under one bond but lately :

itructlon of additions to offices of Alderman, J. M. Mitchell, W. J. Ep stationed, the visitor Is sideration of the voters. Epperson Investigated the acci- has been making such a general '

:lerk of circuit court and sheriff. person. L. O. Powell, C. A. Knight "Washington's Pew." One ; For sheriff, Laurice C. Clemons dent but no arrests were made. nuisance of himself that he waa

and N. Sternberg. Interment was generals of the army said Is the first to ask for this office at lodged In the county jaiLOrlandoCentral

,. Tarpon Springs-Hampton M. In Crosby cemetery In Starke. with eral Washington was a pious ; the hands of the voters. Tampa -Polnsettla Dairy Products e

Jackson acquired Interest of W. L> the Masons In charge of services at a member of the Episcopal 4 Formal announcements of these Inc., now occupying their new Florida Expotilton -

Rusdisell In Tarpon Feed and Sup- the grave. Burns-Howard, morti- I saw him myself on his candidates will be found on page $100,000 plant at Florida Avenue will be held here February

biy Co. cian In charge of arrangements. (Continued on page 5.)_ eight of this Issue. and Emily street. 23-27, 1.!

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RALPH COX, Sports Editor CLEO SHEPARD, Exchange -

1ij PATSY BRINSON, Society Editor B J-I S0 JOURNAL HAYNES, Junior Reporter EditorHOPE (

s LOUISE EDWARDS, Literary Editor CD MARY PEARCE, Sophomore Reporters

k i MIRIAM JACOBS, Joke Editor JACK BRADLEY, Freshmen Reporter '

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200th Anniversary Marks _
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_.--='-- --==- B. II. S. PLAYS CEDAR KEY

Bicentennial Celebration .--_- LITERATURE --
I :===.:. B. H. S will play the opening -
+ 1 This year marks the 200th annivcraary of trees and started scaling the --- game of the conference in Cross Literature from the head [

; 1 1 of George Washington's walls. We had some heavy fight ----- City at 3:30: o'clock this afternoonand Mother Goose Is Just the ,lor t t J

birth and the of ing and I don't mean maybe. Don'tlet -,-- if this Is human life. Human ,
-- beginning a nationwide game won, will play natur, haw
celebration in honor of anybody tell you these guys 53r Chlefland at 8:30: tonight. The changed much in essential

r this Greatest American of all. No can't fight There little heathens ----- lineup will probably be as follows: since blind Homer traded hi:*.lhin1,

: other man every played;) so large a came up and started whacking at -:::::. Strickland and Morgan, forwards; or bread; since Penelope alternat IIOng!,
me with swords and so I grabbedtwo -- Cox at center ly mourned
part In the shaping of a nation's -- ; Sternberg and Tyson and berated her errs
, c The of his influence of them and butted their at husband
destiny. scope guards; subs will be Inman, ; since David \
.. crept Int
j y has been so vast that the principles heads together so hard that they : Futch Robinson, E., Wadsworthand the darkened tent of Saul with, !

1 and Ideals he stood! for are living Wire knocked cold. I took my l/ 1 ---'-- Matheny.. lily-hung harp; since Omai h. '
i functioning factors in present-day sword and split the other one half :: \ :-- The following clipping was taken soul Into the Invisible: sin' Dan, '
In two. After that din't have
affairs Our fundamentals of government from the Times-Union of Feb. IS: found in mystic Vivian th Whit!,
+ much trouble getting over. Those soul of
economic organization, Paradise
....... ; since Faunt lit-
heathens would let ::
'c thought we ":
foreign policy, moral and ethical :-. Feb. 14.-The Central serted his place for a new gnrlula, ,
standards them go, but we hemmed them up = = Florida adventure
are the ones he laid ---3 Conference tournament ; since Porna +
!' down--as sound today as they were In a narrow street and killed everyone + .b,,. -_ opens in Cross City Friday, Feb. the door of the "doll house behin
of them. thru
during his presidency.A When we got r 19, with Starke and Cedar Kv
the streets we were knee deep in her.On
nation-wide celebration to pay playing the initial basketball gameat the title page of Mr .
blood I have whole house to Macy
i t him homage now begins. It will a 3 o'clock, followed by Archer 'Story of the World's Literaturt

last until next Thanksgiving. It is live In all by myself and plenty to and Trenton at 4 o'clock, and Lake the artist has made a
w eat, also. I am enclosing two sugestlt'
not a fair or an exposition; no heathen souvelners. Butler and Williston at B o'clock. drawing: At the bottom <>r th'
; : formal program will be followed scalps as Friday page primitive
1 night's games fined the Ivan bark* out t
t'' But throughout the nation special pre-tournament favorites message in story
Cross ; halfway up tt,
Y Richard the Lion HeartedCHAPEL
I ti emphasis will be placed upon mat City and High Springs, facing each page we recognize the face i!
Ij tera pertaining to the life and : other at Dante and
t PROGRAM! i-fr 7:30: with the winner of Shakespeare; at the to:
works of George Washington-the the la a
Starke-Cedar Key game playing pure white page. That is It--
I i soldier, the statesman, the scholar Manch-Marjorle Stump. Chiefland an hour later. book of the future which none It'
and the man of men. us shall
Devotional-Mrs. T. J. Alderman Saturday afternoon the winners read but we know wha'
rr Z t ) American man, woman, and child In first round games play the will be Just the story of life wit!

} should take part In this celebration Playette "Dolly Madison" ,sime-flnala at 3 and 4 o'clock with .' its striving and futility, its toll)
.. S a by learning more about Washington Novella King, Loiselle Turner, v finalists playing again at 8 Satur- and wisdom, it's beauty and da.
and realizing what he day night. The pair, its fruitless
Patsy Brinson, Miriam Jacobs tournament is pursuit of ward
to _. i ; ''ft meant to this country. May they Louise Edwards. creating much Interest amnncr.. haa. less, wandrown things like "nilvr>
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i '" +d appreciate the fine heritage he ketball fans of heron" flying dark- t--- ;
; Vocal Solo--"Love's Old Sweet Central Florida and against I UH{
gave us and let the memory of him Song"-Annie Laura Tucker. BATTLE OF THE JINXES CAMPUS COMMENTS: : shows promise of being a lively affair moon.-Lilterature and Life

;Y be an inspiration to make America Reading, Selected-Melba Silcox. We are about to rename the wltlt the different teams about .

I j', worthy of its position as the leadIng Suit, "If Washington Came To- (A short story.) large study hall. A new name has equal in their previous records. JOKES

nation of the world. Today weT day"-Gordon Wadsworth, Charles Tiger Hall woke up In the dress- k oJ been offered by one of the students. George Beck and Shaw Buck will -
i :1' cherish his memory Pender. Ing room with an aching head. In "The Hall of Seven Yawns," where- officiate. First Drunk: "Do you John

; Dance-Louise Sterns. his heart was a desire to kick him- by each student Is privileged to know John Smith?"
T Talk-Mr. Wyman.Announcements self. He had outboxed K. O. Kelly yawn seven times without de- STARKE DEFEATED Second Drunk: "What' hi'

Q for four rounds and In the fifth he We merits. BY MACCLENNY HIGH name 7"First
Jack imagined he was a crusader surely are glad you changed
had careless and had Drunk: "What's whop
March. thrown
i grown -
In Palestine lie wrote home letting your mind about entertaining us. "
away his chance for the welter- The old theory that lightning Starke High School team name?
1 was I
I: his letter reveal his motives you see we had decided to break _
I I, I v for going, his difficulties In travel FRESHMAN NEWS weight championship. He turnedto off diplomatic relations with you. never hits in the same place twiceis defeated last Friday In Macclenny

'a and surprising things he found his manager, Pop Boyle, and The great pair Einstein and Cav the bunk. If you don't believeme by the score of 11 to 8. The game Stanley: "Great Scott" wh(
: t "The Eagle !Man" said, "I knew I would lose the endish the listen to my tale of woe. First, :was slowed up somewhat by the wrote "Ivanhoe?
) r a when he reached the Holy land. are one's the Credit
1 The name resounds from land to I lost don't hot The Milton: "I don't know, but wbt
Jerusalem Mar. fight. my lucky quarter, a should go to. Albert started explaining we get a banquet, then sec sun. score near the end
8, 1120 In
,y t .. I Dear Folks: land, black cat crossed my path, and a his:famous "theory" and ond it Is reported one of the' seniors of the game was tied 8 to 8, but of Two the 'Dickens"" wrote "The Talf
Frank Hawks, the American cock-eyed sat on a number of Cities?
"Eag man near my corner. eloped. fouls called on the
L i Well here I am at old Jerusalem we all decided to call off the war if
le Man" Now I've lost my chance for a bout Starke players Macclenny was able -
Itself he would
we ran all the bathena stop.
i out
? With cast iron and If Christmas is to forge ahead Large crowd at football
nerve steady with Young Thomas. as Blow as the and the game ended game
and now we are in the Holy City Now you know last year we gave "We
itself, we ran all the heathens out hand. Pop said, "I will try to get you the seniors a several course dinner seniors are in making up their with. Macclenny still in the lead. want a touchdown, we want i
r He flies oe'r mountains and desert another fight with K. O.; I know but didn't mind about their Invitations, well, touchdown!
:well I am not we expect that much on
doing so well
9 Small
myself sand.Records you could beat him if you wouldn't we'll send you a Christmas card CREAM PUFFS boy: "Daddy, I want a beg
account of
I? ; the blasted heathens cut off hard times, and the jf; peanuts."
fall behind him like autumn get careless. in 1935. -
i+ one of my ears and I like to have tough chickens.
d bleed to leaves, A month late K. 0, Kelly won the Yours Cleo: "Louise says she keeps all -
death before sincerely,
somebody As through the upper air he cleaves championship by knocking Young "Ole B. H. S." still has a powerof men at arm's length." Gladys: "Was there a large

; over stopped; the it. I leaders had a hard trip While under him the majectlc river Thomas out in the fifth rounds. P. S. I think we ought A Senior.to haveIt attraction, one of her last year Evelyn: "Well, from what I saw crowd at the football game?'"

t, i all the time quarrelled streaks, Pop called on Kelly's manager, at the lake. graduates Is back again taking a at the dance last night I'd say she Geraldine: "Was there? I fainted
71 i In about who was to be And lordly snow-capped peaks. Baldy Scott, but he could not get post gradute course. had awfully short arms."-Brown and I had to walk a mile before I
i; we captured Jeru There rides the ace of America'sAces Tiger another fight. Pop decidedto Jug. could fall down."
F salem. I think they ought to "
cap. Kelly's lucky number Is five he
let the papers work for him. When "Madame Queen" Brinson
When ture It and then do the quarrelling :Keeping: step with time's fast Tiger was matched with some of said, "but if I can get through the I doesn't Blow up those Fernandina Miss Florence: "What are three Donald: "What's the Important|

we were about two miles paces. the best welterweights in the coun- fifth round I will have a little I girls well then I'll be pushing up forms of expression by the cerbs?" part of an automobile?"
)- from
the Holy City, a bunch of -Milton Silcox. try and was undefeated. The pa- chance." the daisies. Lester Price: "Indication, Interrogative Tommy: "The 'nut' that hold|
heathens came up on their horses "Just stall the fifth the wheel."
for through I and "
pers soon began calling another Imperative.
i c' and like to have run us out of they HALF SESSIONOn fight with the champion. Scott said Pop "then take him." We surely are glad to see that Miss Florence: "Give an exampleof
1 { country before the leaders got the account of the Bradford As they passed through the "
to of
; agreed give Tiger a match on one our classmates is learning each.
t ; men to
stand and fight. It was a County Teachers' Association the fifth of next month. dressing room door a red-haired something about basketball. Ben Lester Price: "Tom is sick,"

killed bard fight, but we finnaly won and meeting, we-had only a half session .I Just before the fight Tiger was girl touched Tiger's arm and said, plays on the school team, town pause. "Is Tom sick?" longer '

every heathen we couud get last Friday. We would not mind !if) worried."I "Good luck Tiger," team also the national guard team pause. "Sic 'em Tom."-Bow Wow 1

our hands on. After that we went they had the meetings every Friday have lost my lucky quarter "Red head always give me good (when Lieutenant Long will issue I
J ,i: *. and this Is the fifth of the month. them a ball.) Miss Myrtice: "Quit snapping
ter as he climbed into the
--- ring.
your fingers at me, I'm no dog. y
SCHOOL DAYS The fight was about even for the There Is a new game going on Ralph: "Who said you were a
-- By DWIG first three rounds As Tiger rested around the campus played by the dog.-Bow Wow
e 4'ff for the fourth there was a loud girls. Our
snoopy reporter Just re- -
ff burst of laughter from behind him. ported. For all particular see Cleo Ben: "I think I'll sue my English

He turned and saw a crosseyedman Shepard, captain of the team. The teacher for libel

in the seat nearest his corner game Is called "chuc a luck. Patsy: "What for?"

Immediately Tiger became war Ben: "She wrote on my English

y ried. The seniors in their last meeting theme, your antecedents are poor

dl The bell rang, and Tiger advanced decided to leave something to the ,and your relatives are bad.-Bow

slowly toward the center of school, as Is the custom. There ;Wow:

the ring. He sidestepped Kelly'sleft were several suggestions, but the -

but a right caught him, and one finally accepted was the planto Mrs. Hudson: "What would be u

; y rr t>v Wwot! he went down. give our senior privileges to thee sadder than a man without a coun-

y poste0TngfinaaEl. "It's that cross-eyed bum," h seniors next year and our report try." Lifetime Guaranteed

muttered as he came slowly to his cards to Snoop Mu Coop Miriam: "A country without a

1 feet. He stalled through the rest man."-Bow Wow. GOODYEARSPEEDWAY
q i l/ of .
the round.In
'' DIVE The great water case has been -
Dats the fifth he went down again. dissolved by the school detectlff. Henry: "Gee! My feet are burnIng I

Mode h lie came up at the count of five Snoop Mu Goop. He allowed that do you suppose a mustard !

h and Kelly promptly knocked him ,, an Inch of water will evaporate In bath would do them good?"

) sprawling into a neutral corner. an hour; therefore, the water evap- Ortho: "Sure mustard is the best $

L Tiger was conscious of a farawayroar orated out in seven hours; so there thing for hot dogs."-Bow Wow ; 95

4j sa1P1i1 acA1 but felt very tired and seemed I !ia the mystery of the missing wa : &

(; y j, stu s cpn r to be dreaming.. He was dimly ter. Three boos for Snoop.SENIORS DEBATE: Each
I You 141tNK N aware of the fact that he should! 29x4.4021Register

SOMET14iN6M get up, but he didn't care to do ao T Last Friday two debates were 83.83

CtE ASANT j Yrt Suddenly above the roaring he I The members of the senior class heard. One in each history IV Each

z heard his name called. Turning had a meeting last week to select class. Both were on the same sub IA Paid
his head he saw the red-haired girl the kind of ject-Tru -
e invitations they wanted.A are Beneficial to .
t ,
.0 PrIee ., ... ..
l jtb motioning to him to get up. He committee of four had been appointed American Industry. o-u.. Lea faW29x4.50.20

staggered to his feet at the countof before hand to pick out the The first debate was won by

(; T nine and went into a clinch as best ones and then It was easy for the negative side. Evelyn Stump, 84.30 .4.7

tli' ., Kelly rushed him. the group to decide which they Henry Mast and Ortho Matheny ;aOzUO.21 4.37 4.%;

He looked dazedly over Kelly's liked best with only a small number were on this side. The affirmativeside 28d,7S.19: 5..3 4.9'1

shoulder and suddely he stiffened to select from. was composed of Gordon 29d.7S.20: 5.ZQ 5.04

and broke loose. lie Wadsworth, Louise Walter and aJOd.OO-20 5.141x5.00.2I
sent a right to. Kelly's heart; thena I red-head spoke to me and when I Miriam Jacobs. The 5.45
I Ieft Judges were bROx3Vi
straight left rocked the champion I looked over K. O'. shoulder I sawa Louise Edwards Loiselle 5.7Z 5.5
Turner !
t back on hla heels, and a pow-I pure white horse in the street.' and Ralph Cox. 3.57 3.4&

rd orful right sent him to his That combination can't be beat for In the second debate the affirma TUNE IN
the center of the ring. He stared luck. I think I'll buy that horse." tive side
won. Ben
I Sternberg, Cleo
unseelngly at the lights over the Pop smiled but said nothing. A Goodyear eo..st-to-CoaIIt
Shepard and Abbie
Harley were on N .B. C. Radio
ring as the little later he
referee slowly counted was seen handing this side.
Melba Silcox:, Patsy Sa t.
him out. the girl and the owner of the horse Brnson
Bob Frink
were on the
In the dressing room the new some money. Those near him heard negative. The
champion grinned at his managerand him say "I knew it would work." Stevens Judges were Herbert Motor Co.
Etholln White
said, "Luck was with me. That lie looked very wise and very Mac Davis. and PHONE 103

k i raa ttSg&s s& t4I -_. --- ----- .- ......._ ___n_ self-satisfied. Tiger Hall looked at S Louie's Service Station

I film in wonder, rubbed his chin Mrs. Hudson .
: "Martha
thoughtfully and mutterd to himself
1 you like your little sister T"
"I wonder if-well, I just wonder Martha "I
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unavoidable. Funeral services were Winter Haven-Importations of :: =_ == I

held this afternoon. Baker was a Florida grapefruit Into England' HAMPTON

News of Florida In Short Paragraphs truck driver and Carroll was un-. took an upward turn during the ,81 Ne' : [JJQ to play. ridge ; 1:

employed. week with 10,000 boxe received, Ml. Ala Nlnma. Cor. '
n* British ports within the last five I AUCTIONCONTRACT, .

MiamiBecause he carried a days. Jamaica sold 1001)> boxes The work on the high school '11

pistol when he stole 38 cents, Rob- (luring the same period while building Is progressing nicely under ; ;

LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD ert Lanier, 34, of Miami, must Palestine's exportations to the the able management of Mr. ,
nerve the rest of his life in prison.He United Kingdom were unusually Krlmmer. r

was sentenced In criminal court heavy totaling 106,000 boxas. The Truby Pinholster and sister, Miss IGy Wynne Ferguson }

here for armed robbery after con- information was received here to- Lubedla of Brooker attended the Author of 'PRACTICAL AUCTION BNDCB"Copyright
viction on a charge of using a pis- day by H. F. Wilson of
manager revival services here last Friday ,..,-- ---..
BY OUR EXCHANGES tol to hold up Roger Fox 14-year- the Federal-State Market News
evening. 19.lt,by Ho>"le,Jr.
old newsboy and rob him of 38 Service at the clearing house, In a

_._._ ....,.. ......- ...,- _._._ _.' I cents in small coins. The amount cablegram. Rev. McGauley preached here i

J. houses hereabouts. of the robbery loot did not enter Lake City-.The United States I last Sunday morning, but omitted ARTICLE No. 15 .
Ual Gables--Walter Dalley, hen He was
into the consideration of the evening service because of the There certain; .1..1.. !
of the fined the sentence Department of Agriculture, the are I I. on which
$75 couldn't it.
Bs promotion manager pay said Judge E. C. Collins in State Forest Service and the Pine old time religion services at the the best of players will always differ 2heartsJ,10,8,3,2:

era! Electric company, says the handing out Lanier's punishment Institute are co-operating In study city hall. and it is a lucky thing for AuctiOlanl Oubs-J.7.3
will spend $8,000,000 Tallahassee Florida's county Contract that this is It 1 is this
>nlzation "The intent Mr. and Mrs. J. T. and so. very nianlomls9,5Spadea 5
to kill If the robberywas work at a naval stores experiment Quigley '
and other types of school systems received further variety of opinion that makes the 5
newspaper not successful Is apparent In station near here. More than 30 Mr. and Mrs Archie Thomas at- 6, 5i
interesting. No doubt it is fine
tame a
ertlslng this year. In this man- aid from the state today when $1012,864.99 ,-
retail distributors this case," the Judge said. phases of the naval stores operations tended the revival services here thing to agree about some things, but Y I
told 200 was made available for
this week. life would lose its if all
are being Investigated in an soon savor we to Bt
j yesterday, his company plans Immediate distribution. The ap- Tallahassee-Further plans forstate's effort to eliminate all the loss pos- Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Ackley Mr. were of the same opinion about every I Z :
Answer the challenge of the eco- portionment made and
was up of $909- thing. Arguments are stimulating
exhibit at the world's fair sible In rosin and
obtaining turpen Sloan and Misses Llllle E. Milton,
Hie situation. 476.82 from automobile license collections keep the interest alive. This is par No first Z dealt bid
In next and for score game. : ,
Chicago year financing tine. Dr. W. W. Skinner assistant and Gertrude Preston left last Sat- ticularly true of Auction and Contract,
$41,965.61 from, the one one no trump and A passed What jvshuiild
the state-wide display chief of the chemical and technol urday for a tour to Umatllla, and the very fact that some hands Y now bid with the ; V;
mill constitutional ad valorem tax foregoing *
{allahassee-State Forest work- were discussed here today by the ogical research unit of the federal Shrnps Miami and other points in cause endless discussion and a wide band at either Auction or Contract
the planting this winter collections and $1,422.56 from In- Florida of variety of opinion shows why the
[ report century progress commission bureau of chemistry and soils recently South Florida.
ver 50,000 young seedling pines terest on state deposits.St. Earl W. Brown of De- made a personal investigation games are so fascinating. The following Hand No. J
The revival services conductedby hand is
a good example. was recently '
for Leon county land owners. land, manager of the exhibit, dis- of the research work here Hearts-8, 2 tS
Rev. of lubmitted to the hand
Matheny Tennessee are writer as a on
Jt ually all of the trees are of Petersburg-A coast guard played a miniature of the proposed which no good players- seemed to Clubs-J, 9.8,2 71'
and agreet
progressing nicely much Interest '
slash pine variety, and nearlyry patrol boat returning here from state exhibit. The commission directed Mayo -.- Archibald Livingston, is being manifested.! The to tho proper bid. What do you Diamonds- 10, Z : ,-\
order this year came from Key West waters, reported that that this miniature be taken former president of the Madison crowds think :
are so large they can I\
)d owners! here who have prev-I fishermen there have practically before the county commissions State Bank at Madison, was sen- scarcely be seated In the city hall. Hand No. t I Y I ;.

sly set out a few acres I abandoned the fishing grounds be- throughout the state in connectionwith tenced by Circuit Judge Hal W. The services will continue --- to Rt "i
estation purposes, they said. : cause of the low price brought by efforts to have each community Adams yesterday to serve four week. Next Sunday the Duval' : Y I z I !..JIr.,
I fish on the wholesale market. The sponsor "days" at the fair. years In prison for misapplication : A Bt ,',
Singers, of Jacksonville, will be Z No rubber Z but
kort LauderdaleReversing the patrol boat commander reportedthat of the bank's funds. Livingstongave : I score, game. dealt
here and have charge of the afternoon one no trump and A pasncd.: What
jial order of things, Geo. Nord- as a result, the threatened"fisherman's Wauchula.A coroner's Jury to- notice of an appeal to the service. They will conduct the Hearts- A should Y now bid with the

I, local' ( angler, landed a 44poundpon war," that loomed day exonerated S. M. Peterson for state supreme court and posted a music for the evening service also. Clubs- 9. 7, 6, S..1,2 hand at either Auction or Contract
hooked through the tall af- some weeks ago, has vanished. The the killing of his neighbor, H. M. supersedeas bond of $4,000. Judge Diamonds-A, 8.7,2 The following hand ha* recently

an hour and a half battle last same commander reported that no Roberts, 60, last night. Authoritiessaid Adams denied a motion for a new Miss Mildred Byrley of Tennessee Spades-A, :2 1 been, brought to the writer's attentionand

int. As an added feat, Nordruftked trace of two young men, missingfor the slaying occurred when trial. The former bank presidentwas has recently purchased the Nose ye, rubber game. What should the proper play is so interestingand
beautiful home In the western Z, as dealer bid with the l instructive that it is given as
the fish at Tarpon bend In almost t.hree weeks near Lost Peterson saw Roberts standing in indicted on six counts by the partof hand at either Auction or Contract problem: 1\

River, near the residential Man's River, was found. his yard brandishing a shotgun af- Madison county grand Jury. The town belonging to C. W. Blanlc- I The writer will give his opinion in the I

Itlon of the city, before a crowd ter a quarrel between the men. case was transferred here In cir- enshlp, and has located there. next article. I Hand No. 4

|sightseers attracted by the bat- Tampa-The body of an uniden- Peterson said he and Roberts had cuit court for Lafayette county Mr. and Mrn. A B. Surrency of There is one type of hand on which I Hearts-A, J K, Q 4
Brooker, the of Mrs. the well-known writers and players of I (ClllbsJ 9, 4. J, :2Iianonde7
tified man found Tuesday hangingin altercation at a cattle gap and that when Livingston pleaded he could were guests <
the still ti!?. Whepartnel'
a railway caboose was Identified he went home and went to bed. not get a fair trial in Madison J. P. Sullivan, and Miss Ada Nlm- has bid game one no trump agree and second hand SI1S"UA, 4

allahassee-Pellagra Is on the today as Clifford A. Barnes I Later, Peterson told officers he was county. mo last Saturday .IBS, passed, what type of hand justifies a

ferease, Dr. L. J. Graves director 40, telephone employe of Arlington, awakened and when he saw Rob- M. C. Sweeney attended the funeral a take-out at either Auction Con- \ 1 Y t

I the Leon County Health Unit, Iowa. How he came to be in the erts in the yard with the shotgun ''"auchula:: During the past of his sister, at ParlH, Ky., tract? If you want to set into an 1.\ B : >
not A former opened fire, killing Roberts !n- this week. argument, just start a discussion of : 7. :
s so. He Is In a position to car was explained. week, Hardee county growers ship-
this subject and you will probably findas
|own. He also knows why, hes. resident of Arlington identified the stantly. ped 405,112 pints of strawberriesto C. E. Harper has assumed many opinions as there are players.It Hearts- 10, Q.I! 2

Hard times and skimpy man after it was learned, he had market to bring the total ship- charge of the Hampton Hotel is the same thing with the writers on Clubs -A, K. Q, 7

ocery bills have done it. Pellagra, worked during the holidays In Byron Pompano. B. Owens, repre- ments from the county to date to which has been operated by W. J. Auction and Contract. They all disagree l iamollds-9, CJ

I lack of pellagra Is a question offt. Ga. He was traced to Coconut senting the United States Depart- 2,730,300 pints, which returned Root.F. and the result is a wide diversity. Spa Milk, lean but- Grove Fla. His father, Louis A. C. Gould of Silver Lane Conn., of opinion. The following hands illus- No score, [ ame. Clubs art 5
meat eggs, ment of Agriculture, said here to- growers approximately: $200,000.
trate the principles of the takeout and Z is ,
trumps playing the hum) A
here this week to look after
and fresh vegetables do not live Barnes, and two daughters sur- day that shipment of beans from Last week's shipments included the his real estate. both at Auction and Contract and the opens the king of diamonds and all! ''I 1 "'I!

the same house with pellagra, vive. the Lake Okeechobee area for 1932 following: Bowling Green 202,752: writer will give his .pinions in the follow suit. He then leadi the trey of

Graves declares. totalled 4545 carloads, as comparedwith pints; Zolfo Springs, 112,000 and text article. spades. How should play the hand

Gainesville-Irion Baker, 24, and 1843 cars to February 7 last I Wauchula, 30,360 pints. Each pointhas NOTICE In the meantime think it over and so that he cart make game no matter :
The included now shipped as follows: Bowl- llscuis your opinion with your friends how the remaining cards are die. I t
of Gainesville producing area
24 both
fltusvllle-Ed year.
Wright negro, Lacey Carroll. ,
Take notice that I will apply fora :it is an interesting subject and en far tributecl !
ps making a nice profit out of were killed early today when I the territory south from Fort Ing Green, 1,581,897: ; Zolfo Springs pardon at the next meeting of !till an open one. Solution In the next article 1
train Pierce along the East coast. Pepper 952,533 and Wauchula, 195,870
her people's chickens until he be- struck by a passenger as they i the state board of pardons for the I
the railroad track. Train- I shipments total 801 carloads pints. At this time last season, -
}me too scientific. He Is serv- slept on crime of of whichI :
five months on county chain men discovered bloodstained cloth- i against 784 to the same date last this county had marketed 1,056,690 was convicted highway at robbery the spring term YuleeConstruction started on Mt. Dora- -3. C. Peacock, attorney .: : Ii,

Jmg today. Ed found out that Ing on the engine when they made : year. The 1931 season's total was pints and In 1930 shipments were of circuit court of Bradford county, Nassau-Duval county bridge over opened office here.SHAMROCK J

ulphur fumes would render chick- their regular Inspection at Bur- 2162 cars. The tomato crop to 1,212,970 pints. In addition to ber Florida, 1031. Nassau river on new coastal high (

is unconscious. But he went to netts Lake, 15 miles north of here. February 7 totalled 1001 cars, as ries, considerable pepper and eggplant It. WALTER ZORNOW. way leading south from here to GRILL \' ,

rket In West Palm Beach so of- Local officers were notified and the compared wtlh 991 last year. The I and some peas are leaving Jacksonville. I

|n that the people Investigated.ey bodies were discovered. A cor- 1931 season's' total was 5435 car- here daily. Pepper and eggplant hamper now while peas are quoted Quincy Formal opening and SPECIAL!: LUNCHEON RATES ,

found he had about denuded oner's jury said the accident was loads. I are netting growers one dollar a at $1.50 to $1.75 a crate f. o. b. dedication held for new airport. ALL SANDWICHES, So 11"

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: AUTO LEADERS PROTEST PROPOSED FEDERAL, TAX : Increased taxation of already -

.; t over-burdened highway-users would delay business recovery, automobile manufacturers told the d

'e s4q, a' ._- Ways and Means Committee, recently. Picture shows, seated (L. to R.), Representatives Collier (Miss.)
r PORTO RICO'S NEW GOVERNOR committee chairman; Hawley (Ore.) ; Treadway (Miss.). Representative Collier Is shaking hands
with Alvan Macauley, president National Automobile Chamber of Commerce and president, Packard I
: James R. Beverly, Motor Car Co. Next to Mr. Macauley, standing (L. to R.), are: George M. Graham, vice-president.
I of Texas recently appointed governor Rockne Motors Corp.; Alfred P. Sloan, Jr., president General Motors Corp.; C. W Nash, chairman.
-E of Porto Rico by President Nash Motors Co.; Roy D. -

Hoover to succeed Theodore Roo*. Chapin chairman I Hudson oo"f' '
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-- -_ v is shown at his desk in San Motor Car Co.; W. C. Cowling 1;r.-: .,"'io.;...._ 'U'4 1''Jf" "-.. .- :1J r
SPEAKING OF HIGH TAXES-AND WHO ISN'T?: sales manager, Fnrd Motor Co. p. ".. "IICP."" !.. .""4Cq. ::4 ""ltk\iiM\ : II

White gasoline prices have coasted smoothly down tine 1920, a* shown ,',
at left of drawing have mounted the hill shown at :
gasoline taxes steep r . : _,;,:
right picture shows W. R. Boyd, Jr.. executive vice-president of the .. ; ; ... s"> .:3::1. .5 ;
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American Petroleum Institute studying graphic result of a recent sur fl '. #!' .. > <; ( .. "'; .. '. i "
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vey. Prices in 50 cities 13c against 30c in 1920. but motorists < .
average < ; <>', ..:, 1 .4fir y ?sy!

Pay. 17c because taxes one only a few mill pec: gallon now averse 4c. ,, '.> : '
In some states the tax 1 Is 7c or more than half th ,'*?aistds ,
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clubhouse in Inc.. with Prof. Edwin R. A. woman figure skating champion, Jack
af the Amputation Association. Canada outside their Richards dallcbtu'of Mr. Ken ,
communicating by telephone
famous economist r. whose graceful motion have bn formed a boys' detective club and are
Toronto. The dab i Is sustained by fund from charity sweepstakes of New South Seligman. latest Warner
neth Richard Cindy mad price-cutting and likened those of the celebrated and telegraph with headquarters between shots on their
**ld by the Army ft Navy Veteran in Canada, on big English racing her leaving St. to Brothr-Vitaphon production "Hi Honor-Penrod." Tb* toy t.l."
Wales are seen brand-substitution report to coo dancer seen st Madison Square
vent, inch as the forthcoming Grand National Steeplechase. phone and telegraph sits connect with similar MU in their club bous.
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SERENABIT must have been the without if they hadn't grown them. "-

I motto here In the South back in Dr. Long points out that, although BOATDRAIN JYOODLA'VN ZIFF
the dark days of 18S5 when most of still too dependent on cotton, the
our livestock had either been killedor South Carolina farmer Is not nearly Mr. Blanche Edward. Car. Miss Mrrtl Nor.... Cor. L.ta has L.....*. CorA .

ii ,cicttlJ carried away when In seven as dependent as he used to be.

( : states land values had declined to Five years ago scarcely a hog was Mrs. Llllie Coleman visited :Mrs Normun-IIerseiy crowd of young folks
the extent of $1. OO.OOO; when the shipped out of the state, but last Jessie Silcox Sunday.Mrs. Miss Mamie Lou Norman, daughter a dance at the home of Mr enjoy
loss in bank capital amounted to year 500 carloads went out and R. L. Lee spent Sunday of Mr. and Mrs J. S. Norman. Mrs. H. H. Howard last lilt
; c fully a billion dollars and the total yielded profits. More than BOO cars with Mrs. Prevatt.J. of this section and Mr. Jlmmie Her. night. FrIda.,

W. M. 8. TO MEET the party attended revival servicesat property loss probably reached five will probably be shipped this year, M. Allen and Leslie Coleman soy son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Her-' Mr. and Mrs. I. W Dyaj ..

. the church. billion dollars; when a broken yielding fair returns for the corn called on Alva Coleman, Nelson sey of Starke were quietly married daughter Marion Lee ?
I'BAPTIST, The business and program meeting Mr. and Mrs. Wynn's guests people had to start all over again, and beans fed. Ten years ago Griffis and Edgker Glisson Sunday. Monday evening, Feb. 19th at 8, of Graham, and Mr iMackels \
i, ) of the Baptist W. M. S. will be were: Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott without labor and equipment and dairying was a minor matter; nowit Next, Sunday at 9 o'clock there o'clock at the home of her parents. Sunday here with Mr. spent lait,5
/ held in the church Monday after Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley Mr. without money or credit to obtain is of major importance in several will be baptism at Klngsley Lake. They will make their home with W. Lewis. and lira. J|

noon, February 22nd at 3 o'clock. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn and daughter them; when in Alabama, Georgiaand sections; Church will be held at China Grove his parents at Starke.Mr. Mr. Allen Thomas l
'\, Mrs. F. F. Flume leader of circle Miss Elaine. Mississippi alone there were a Sunday morning and evening. Ancil Hall of High Springs spent last of last week Lacro wluJ
':'f'' No. 2, will have charge"of""' the. pro- :MRS. THOMAS: JAY half million white people without MIIS. MAUDE WILLIS llr. and :Mrs. E. E. Lee viclted is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hil- relatives.Mr. .

"1"I gram. ALDERMAN ENTERTAINSMrs. means of subsistence. There Is as R. L. Lee Sunday. liard. and Mrs Henry Shaw
,,f JUNIOR WOODMEN: MEET much difference between the situation Mrs. Maude Willis. 1459 E. Fifteenth E. J. White visited Ira Allen The temperance program Sun- sons, spent sometime the and,
that existed In 1865 and the Street Jacksonville, was Sunday. day night at the church was quitea of guesul
Thomas Jay Alderman en- Mr. and and Mrs. Tim Mann
r: one that confronts us now as thereis burled at Crosby cemetery Sunday Mr and Mrs. W. L. Silcox visited success and largely attended by
' i The Junior Woodmen Circle held tertained at Bridge Saturday afternoon Mr. and
Mrs. F. W. I
between and night. Then it from all the Reynold
day people
afternoon. Services were held at R. L. Lee Sunday. surrounding
, their regular meeting. A splendid at her home in honor of Mrs. and children of
i was a case of absolute lack of ev- the grave with Rev. L. B. Joyner Susie Allen called on Cherry section. Graham spent last J
attendance was present and much H. B. Lovell, a recent bride. week
with Mr.
erything; now the trouble arises officiating. The pallbearers were: Harrell Sunday. Mrs. J. M. Norman, Mr. and Mra. and MrJ B
interest was manifested. Plans The rooms of the home were Thomas.Mr. .
from our having too much of everything Leon Norman, and Mrs. W. H.
were made and discussed for the'r' open ensulte and tastefully deco- MeEarl: Rice, H. L. Rice, C.
with the possible Norman in Jacksonville Fri- H. H. and I
' celebration of George Washington's rated for the occasion with early excep- H. Wlngate. L. B. Griffin, Gus were Henry Howard
. : ir( t tion of ready cash. Even so, were attending to
\ birthday. A delightful programLit spring flowers. The tallies used Curies and J. W. Cook. Seaahole EVERGREEN day.Miss business ii|
SERENABIT! Funeral Parlors were In charge of Carrie Belle Norman was Starke and Lawtey Wednesday I
j ri> has been arranged for the occasion. were of Valentine motif.
,( After several progressions of Cotton bas been grown here In arra ngements., Mr. P. A. Ro.ler,
the game, prizes for high and low the South for over 300 years but Maggie Browning and to business In Gainesville Monday
Lit I" k OOUMKN: CHICLE MEET were awarded Mrs. D. P. Carpenterand for more than 150 years it playeda Birth and daughter, Mrs. Beulah Normanand of this week. I
small part in the develop Mr. and Mrs. Everett Flitch children Mrs.
very and Mrs. were visiting
Mr. Leroy Reynolds
: Mrs. H. C. Rltch. The honoree Miss Ruby Shaw
o the week-end with Mr. and spent
spent Sunday
'' and profitable ment that took place. If no ma- Graham, ; Feb. 12th. I Browning's brother Mr. Walter
; :: A very interesting I received a pair of linen towels 11.8a daughter Mrs. Nathan Starling near Lawtey., with Miss Fennie Mann.
chine had been devised for Wilkinson
I held Tuesday night by ever Mr. and Mrs. Vasco Forsyth, Sunday.
; meeting was mento of the affair.
the fiber from the seed R. S. Rosier wall a visitor to Mr. and Mrs. Lessle Waters The people of this section wen!
separating of
1'1ft f + the Starke Woodmen Circle No. Those Invited to be with the hon- Starke daughter, Feb. 13th.
'. i 278 at which time the new ritualistic oree were: Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, the South would never have become Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Brown, Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. Dukes, were visiting Mr. and Mrs.H. sorry to learn that Mr. and Mnj
and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier and Will Warren had to ]
and move from
', work was beautifully rendered. Mrs. T. T. Long Mrs H. C. Rltch. so dependent upon cotton yet Starke eon Feb. 14th. Boyer Sunday evening.
: without cotton, who can doubt thata children were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Miss Bertice Norman their old home after living then! !
of Hell-
, Three candidates were introduced Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mrs. Lenthal Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Baty, Water-
l land so blessed with natural ad- A. B. Rosier near Lawtey Sunday.: bronn section so long. We all hope they will i
J.J. I t and accepted. Wyman, Miss Madge Middleton oak son, Feb. 14th. were visitingher
6 vantages would have evolved a Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crews spent cousins, Misses and Mamie have success in their new home
1 The circle gave a beautiful palm and Miss Ethel Griffin. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Proctor, Lake Myrtle
S'' and oak tree, which will be dedicated better balanced and more profit- Butler, son, Feb. 16th. Sunday at the state farm. Lou Norman Saturday night and

.ti' on Washington's birthday. The !W. M. 8. OF METHODIST able farming system? Mr. and Mrs. John Moseley, Max- Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Redding Sunday.Mr. --. ._ ..
; :k, trees were planted on Ninth etreet.y CHURCH MET MONDAY I Last year we again raised more vllle, son, Feb. 17th.BROOKER. were visiting his mother, Mrs. H. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips of
y After the business session Mrs. AFTERNOON I cotton than could immediately be F. Redding Sunday. -.awtey, were visiting Mr.. and Mrs.
marketed profitably, but the I Mr. and Mrs. Cohen Peele spent J. S. Norman .
1 O. :M. Inman gave an Interesting peo- Tuesday evening.Mr. ATLASThe
ple who raised it are in far better Sunday afternoon with her parents and Mrs. Ancil 00I
'f 1 4 talk which was enjoyed by all A business and study meeting of Thompsonand I
present the Woman's Missionary Societyof shape than they were In 1907 when Mr. and Mrs. Ury Reddish of Wa- son, were visiting her parents,

-.,., the Methodist church was held they couldn't get anything for teroak. Mr. and Mrs. Buddie Starling Sun-
1ft + Ate SUNBEAM BAND MEETING Monday afternoon at the church, their cotton and didn't have any- Ml. V.ra Glnr. Cor. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rosier and day afternoon. Standard Oil
and considerable business was thing to eat, either. Take North ,I children were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Carolina for Governor J. M. Rosier of Woodlawn Sunday.; Tire GuaranteedOne
The Sunbeam Band met Monday transacted. example. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Matheny andMra. I STAFFORD CALDWELL
? afternoon at 3:30:: at the home of Plans were made for a "get-to- Max Gardiner states that the live- Alice Thomas were In Hampton NOTICE YearFrigidaire
+' r ,,1 Mrs. Pitts. The following programwas gether meeting" of the church at-home program last year was re- Sunday afternoon.
members the second Wednesday In sponsible for the production of 25
given: Mrs. Hogan Smith and children
1 s Scripture reading, Mark 10: 13: March at seven-thirty, at the club million dollars' worth of food of Sampson City'were visiting her hold Starke their Woodmen regular meeting Circle Tues-will *............<
and feed that otherwise would have
I 4 16. house. The president appointedthe sister, Mrs. L. L.; Morgan here Sun 23. All
day evening, February
following committees to arrange been brought into the state, and
!' v SongSunbeam.ReadingRuby prayer.. for this meeting: Program: hat housewives have filled 4.800.- day.A.. L. Green and daughter, Mrs. members are urged to be present.

Rev. W. F. Jones, Mrs. A. Z. Ad- 000 containers with fruits and
i $ Silcox: T. W. Markey, grandson, Mal
klns and Mrs. D. E. Knight. Deco vegetables as compared with 1,- NOTICE
;4 + A Poem-Owen Dyal. colm Lewis, were visiting in Worthington -
; The following officers for the ration: Mrs. W. B. Parka. Refreshments 250,000 in 1930. and Dukes Saturday.Rev. In the United State District the three year guar-
,,, coming: year were elected: : Mrs. R. A. Weeks, Mrs. The Arkansas State College: of Barnes of Trenton, filled In Court[ Bankruptcy, Southern District Caaa of No.Florida.4266
: f A. J. Thomas, Jr., president. J. H. Rltch and Mrs. W. E. Middle- Agriculture recently completed a his regular appointment here Sun In Re: DeWitt C. Jones, also De- anted electric refrigerator -
Herman Conner of counties In which there Witt C. Jonas. Trading a* Jones
Vice-president. ton.Mrs. survey day.Mrs. hardware Co., Bankrupt, of Starke.
r a Owen Dyal, Secretary. A. Wood led the devotional. are farm agents for the purpose of E. 'W. Hodges spent sev- Florida. In the county of Bradford.

At the conclusion of the program service reading from the 12th i determining how much credit will eral days with her sister, Mrs. W. above Notice named I la hereby bankrupt!Riven who that was. ad-the
i IS light refreshments were served. chapter of Hebrews, after which' be> needed to make this year's crop. L. Parrish of Dukes. udlcated on November 12 1931. baa
Mrs. R. A. Weeks reviewed the The 60 counties surveyed have Mrs. Lewis Shriver was in riled' application for discharge from For sale by
all debt provable analnit Bald
a CIRCLE NO 2 OF BAPTISTW. third chapter of the Challenge of been known to borrow as much as Gainesville Wednesday on business. bankrupt. except such aa are excepted -
i M. S. HAVE SPEND Change, which Is the book the society 75 million dollars for marking a Mr. and Mrs. Singleterry of by law from such discharge(. and
will be had before
that a hearing
1 : TUB DAY PARTY is now studying. single crop. Last year, they got by Jacksonville, spent Sunday with the underpinned referee on March
4 'j I on just a little over 20 million dollars their daughter Mrs. Lewis Shrlver. 22. 1932, at 10 o'clock A. M. at his s Smith's Service
office. SOS Graham Building Jacksonville -
J Members of Baptist W. M. S. SERENABIT and produced food and feed in Mrs. Joseph' Stuart, who has Florida and all creditor
Circle No. 2 met at the home oft such abundance that their credit i been spending some time with her and other persons In Interest are
; Ir :Mrs. O. W. Alderman Wednesday The outlook in this part of the needs this year will not greatly exCeed I sister Mrs. Steve Brannen of Lake how hereby cause notified If any to they then have and ,there why StationStarke
t k for an all-day meeting. The day world wasn't to say bright or 1 1-2 million dollars, which Butler, has returned to her home the prayer of Bald petitioner should CANDIDATE: FOR GOVERNORWill
1 promising back in July, 1776. On represents a saving of not be granted.
F was devoted to sewing and basket over $18-
here.A. Dated, Jacksonville, Florida, February begin his active campaign
making. the fourth day of the month, with- 000000. B. Crosby and Mr?. Larson 9, 1933.
At noon a luncheon was served. out gold, silver or credit, either in Dr. W. W. Long, director of the Menta of Jacksonville spent Sun- MORGAN In F. JONES at Century, Florida, on February23rd Fla.
It. Referee Bankruptcy.F and will
continue until
? same
Those present were: Mrs. I* W. hand or In prospect, to give it Clemson College Extension Service, day here with her parents, Mr. and the content Is over. Paid Adv. .
+, Klckllter, Mrs. Lizzie Johns, Miss weight, our Declaration of Inde- says that in his 18 years of close Mrs. L. R. Gainey. Mra. Crosby who
1 Etta Tyson, Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs. pendence was defiantly flung in the contact with agricultural condi- has been spending a few days herewith -
E. :M. Thomas, :Mrs. E. W. Hayes, face of a resentful Europe. The tions In South Carolina, he has friends returned home with OK. B. W. BIAtmNDBNTT9T -
f Mrs. N. G. Adams. Mrs. O. J. Griffin [Ink on that glorious document had never known Carolina farmers asa them.

Mrs. Nat Williams, Mra. Julia scarcely dried when a seven-dollar whole to have more in their pos Malcolm Harrell, who la in St.
N : Williams Mrs. F. F. Flume bill, whose promise to pay could session than at the present time- Luke's hospital at Jacksonville is Plum. 33 B.w*: 0 to BI #

Louie Kahr, Mrs. Poland Mrs. A.I I not have been worth much more not money, but things worth a Improving. His mother, Mrs. W. M. Over Corpenlng'a Drug Store

,y J. Grlffls and Mrs. Chas. Over- than the paper on which It was great deal of money that they Harrell and son., Guy were visiting,I
: street. written was issued by order of the would either have bought or done him Tuesday.
i Continental Congress. Quite appropriately PyorrheaClaims
)" the bill bore a pictureof

t i Jin. AND MRS. WYNN a storm raging down from black :" "" '- H+f> "''''
t ENTERTAIN FAMILY clouds, above which was Inscribed Another Victim

the word SERENABIT meaning"It I
1 Mr. and Mrs. L. J Wynn gave a Will Clear Up." I

family dinner Saturday evening And clear up it did just as It

complimentary to their sister Mrs. cleared up after the storm of 1837 I Bradford County
F. A. Scott, whose birthday anniversary when farm lands sold for 2 per i

N Is St. Valentine's day. cent of their value and ninetenthsof

I ; For decoration quantities of the factories on the eastern sea- Fair

white roses and ferns were used In board were closed. Lowhangingclouds E

l the rooms and to center the dining cast their pall of gloom In i i' and Starke Night t I- 1
table, also tall candles were effect- 1837, when soldiers had to guard
s Ively used. The place cards were the National Treasury against FalseShe

,), '+ of Valentine design. After dinner raids by the unemployed: in 1873 +

j : { -.. when all hands were discharged !
by the steel mills and eighteen WILL BE OBSERVED i

brokerage houses went under In a

OVER WORIr: single day; In 1893, when thirteenout i
.,. i wan!' beautiful-or would have been If it hadn't
of thousand commercial !
NERVES every been for her teeth. THEY WERE FALSE I A neg-
houses failed
and 169 railroads
went bankrupt; but. after each of FRIDAY NIGHT FEBRUARY 26th | lected case of pyorrhea had ruined her teeth-her

sk CjlAty these and other depressions that I looks. Had she consulted her dentist in time, had

we have experienced, It baa always her teeth thoroughly cleaned and the tarter removed

cleared up. I I THEN used Riggs Medicated Tooth Powder,

i Att;;the her teeth might have been saved-her attractiveness

: preserved for years. Riggs is not only a pre-

ventative pyorrhea, but a pleasant cleanser.as

FF r'' __ty $39801 I Grey Hound Race Track at Orange Park I welL 'You'll like It.

I I take ahura .. repertlaa; to ye* tkat I have a*.
_.11.... a ..ihte are .* a very' ..* e*ee ., _RIMa
IN CASH PRIZES Uwnwlr the BM .f yxtr Hint, Bnsrcly .*.._. My .......
i mwt that th X-ray *a.w* .....Jr the effect* .* this.
e Will be Citizens of Bradford County are cordially il.. th* ...* *. .f vklek ka* hem .......
ei awarded t : 1 as. _t ..*..1at.4 with any wc fa peer ._......*
listeners to the aiMl ass wrltfac. this letter wtthevt aay UsHatteaj. wkat

at REXALL i invited to be our guests on this 1 Tern very tray,
UP TO your ear fa work- DRUGGISTS' W. a 'THATCHER.
every nerv* at high tension.
S. p' + ; No wonder yon snap at the wife RADIO i special night ;
sad bark at the children.W e For
d" a t e h out Overworked PARTY ""
.. LISTEN IN every Sun- i i it
ros Indigestion and a host of day Evening 7.15 Eastern "Free Tickets" subject only to 10 cents state tax, may be obtain.. Use

; r Wty ether don't unpleasant yon try disturbance Dr. Miles Standard Timel 6.15Cen- ed upon request to the Hon. H. C. Wall, mayor of.Starke, any of :tt

Effervescent Nervta Tablets tral) 5.15 Mountain 4.15 its councilmen, Messrs. J. F. Colley, W. L. Wall. C. F. Hoover, ;

,, Water* Just makes one In a a pleasant halt glass spark oft Pacific Coast Hook-up over a C ofN.B.C.aAt-to- t J. C. Manning and N. Sternberg or from Dr. E. L. Biggs and W. (<0't RIGGSMedicated

f line drink delightfully soothing Stations M. Wainwright. All these gentlemen are co-operating to make !

t l t "k to Dr.overtaxed Miles' nerves.Nervine Is nowmad Cft your Ent,.._ Blank atMitchell's the night a success and we promise the people of Bradford county ;

2 ; in two form*-Liquid and a good time. May you all attend as our guests I
Tooth PowderSold
ail ii S Effervescent Tablet. Both bars

7. tile same SI JO at soothing your drag effort.storeI' Drug t y -Myer Goldberg i In Starke ByCorpening's ,

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daughter Mr. and Mrs. Leroy (Continued from page 1.) VANDERBILT Heilbronn Springs ROSEDALE

Bits of Roane. cclve the Lord's Supper at Phila- Carrie Bell Norman, Cop "Minn Thlmi. UJiortrn. ('.... 1 Miss Lucille Griffin, ( or. j

delphia . Going once without The Woman's Club held their 1 ... -
Among those who attended the warning to his headquarters, 1 I Mr. Carl Rosier of ,
Summerfleld regular monthly meeting at Hell- Miss Willie Mae Griff of Law- {
funeral of Mr. R. S.
Humphrey are: found him on his knees in his
morn- was visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. L
local Nev49{ Mrs. Lee Wyndham, Mrs. Pete Ing devotion. I was often In his Norman Sunday. bronn. Miss Pearl"Hens"Jordan how gave to a tey was visiting Miss Margaret

Altman, of Charleston, S., C.; Mrs company under very exatcing conditions Misses Carrie Belle and Mattle demonstration on ; Manning Friday afternoon.
cull them for the best produc-
Balford egg Misses Elnorla, Ola and Lola
Hazelton of Sanford Mr ,
; and 1 never heard him Norman and brother, Russell, were
Our People Butinttt and and Mrs. J. O. Wyndham, Mr. and tion. Great Interest was manifestedby Futch of Greenwood, were visiting;
Concerning i swear or profane the name of God dinner guests of Misses Pearl and all.
4 Progress of the County and Town. Mrs. Herbt Wyndham Mr. and in any way." On May 31, 1777, Gertie Johnson at Graham Sunday, Miss Lucille Griffis Sunday.

Mrs. Irvin Batsell Mr. and Mrs he issued an order against "the There was a large crowd that at- WaInwright of Heilbronn Springs Mrs. L. Griffis was visiting: her '

EdIt Terry, Mrs. Walter Sharett foolish practice, of profane swearIng tended the sing at Wateroak Sun- Friday afternoon. sister, Mrs. C. Cannln of Highland .f\\

----- JiJILit. Jl_H.JI.JI.......J......."iJln".JI.. JI-JL JUJL-IL-IL JL ill II II --- Mrs Coker, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. and, as a means to abolish this day afternoon and Sunday. I'
eoc.lc.::>c.::>""' '''''c.::>"''''' '; ---- = == == CQ everyone enjoy Remember there will be churchat
1 Dunham, Mr. R. M. Gore and Mr. awl every other kind of immortality ed the singing Wateroak Saturday night and Mrs Depute Griffs was visiting
S. Crews spent Wednesday WEATHER REPORT
Mrs. A. I J. K. David of Jacksonville; Mrs. brigadiers are enjoined to take Miss Rachel Sllcox spent the Sunday. The services will be con Mrs. C. Cannin Sunday.

In Lake Butler Will Perkins, Miss Blanche Perkins effectual care to have divine ser- week-end at home with her mother ducted by Rev J. L. Norris of La- Mrs. Stella Wilkinson and children .

Miss Harriet Ritch was a visitor S.Compiled Forestry by Dt'partmenLWeek Starke Branch U. and Mr. W. M. Jones of Ocala. vice duly performed in their respective Mrs. Manda Silcox of Starke. croaa..Everyone Is cordially In- were visiting her daughter, r,
brigades." Misses Pearl Johnson and Monday. '
Muriel vltcdHo attended the aervlren. near Lawtey
In Gainesville Tuesday ending Feb. 18, 1932. IRRITABLE CHILDREN Heroes have come and gone men Silvox attended the B. Y. P. ,

Date Max Min. Prccip. of marked ability have arisen,, U. at Wateroak Sunday afternoonat
Mr. R. O. Daniel of Sarasota, Feb. 10 85: 67 The Irltable child is usually so passed away and almost forgotten,, 6.00: o'clock.A Steam Pressing Company Phone 52
visitor in Starke Saturday. Feb. 11 87 _
was a 68 From some physical cause. Either but Washington as the central figure large crowd from this section

Feb. 12 83: 63 ? he Is not entirely well or is uncomfortable of the world's history, as a and other sections attended the DRY CLEANERSSuits +
Mr. G. C. White returned Friday Feb. 13 72 66 _
It is much better to man whose memory all nations respect temperance program at Heilbronn
from a business trip to New York. Feb. 14 78 08 Cleaned and Pressed 50c I
find Pressed 2Jc
and eliminate such cause than will forever stand without a Sunday night.

of Jackson- Feb. 15 83 69 to try to correct It by punishmentwhich parallel. Great as a general, great' The Wateroak B. Y. P. U. Jun. Huts Cleaned and Itlnrkiul. J. PraiiU Thommi Prop.
Jane Alvarez Feb. 16 76 _
Mrs. 61 usually has only the effectof as a statesman and a politician, he lore had their social at the home ,
ville is visiting relatives In Starke. making him resentful and justly was greatest as a man. He look. of Mrs. H. F. Norman Sunday afternoon fOtl1bi11flACOWIIONIQAIaIDittRlQlCt '
week-end in Jacksonville I ]> ilDtQmiDmE1!
with <
Rev. W919U1tOtb4llpCit/QitllOfIDARDUti'JO1G10lQft
ed into the future and laid the at 3.30: o'clock. Everyone <
Col. D. E. Knight made a pro- and Mrs. M. C. Stlth. so.The
most usual cause If irritability foundations of the republic so was present and enjoyed the after
f esslonal .business trip to Fernan Is probably an improper diet. strong, so deep, that two centuries noon games. ,:I
Ulna Saturday. Judge A. Z. Adkins, State's At- Thi will his intestinal later it is still building on his linos. Misses
snaturally upset lintel and Gladys Underhill
torney A. S. Crews and Col. D. E.
tract to a certain degree As President McKinley once said, were visiting In this section :'
F. A. spent Knight !tal
and Mrs. Sweezy are
Mr. attending court in
Tuesday in McIntosh with Mr. J. Lake Butler this week. and, while not actually causing any "He was the national architect, Sunday morning.Mr. I
acute discomfort or actual pain, without precedent and without pre- F. M. Norman and( Mr. Alex

C. Turnipseed. I Mr. and Mrs. W. S. will give him a sense of unfitness decessor. That the nation exists Barnes attended the B. Y. P. U. 'nM.o.idt r..... {
Yelvlngton and make him cross. A correctly and Is what it i I. we owe in greater at Ralford
Sunday night. ( ci
Nth !
Mr C. D. Shank of Roanoke, Va., : of Hastings, spent Tuesday with -V 10061 ..f{
balanced diet will cure cases measure to him than to any other
and Is the guest of Mrs. Yelvington's many We are very sorry to hear that PM&JIetHoo&r.Mt.
arrived Sunday parents, Judge l
of Irritability. Therefore, see that man. No occasion found him unprepared Mrs. T. T. +
relatives in Starke.Dr. and Mrs. George Gardiner.Mrs. Tyree !Is on the sick -- \
the: child does not take an excessof because no occasion i list. We wish her
a speedy recov _
any one kind of food and too little found in him any taint of self- i\ai
and Mrs. II. B. McLendon W. H. Andrews i
Mrs. R A. 7
of another. all It took more ery.Mrs. r8t '
: They are equally seeking. something ..Y }
will spend this week-end in Mari- Thomas and Mrs. Alice Langford I William Sapp and two children .
essential to well-being. than surface piety to have supported
anna with relatives.Mrs. motored to Ocala Tuesday and Elizabeth and baby, Mrs. T.Snowdt'n J 't
Phiyslcal defects such as defective him through Valley Forge
spent the day with relatives.Mr. were visiting Mrs. Maude
teeth Imperfect vision, infected with its cruel suffering and its ,
E. M. Johns Mrs. T. J.
tonsils are other common causesof growing sense of congressional in
Griffin and Glen Wood spent Mon- and Mrs. J. F. Colley, Misses Feeders! for baby chicks-free ;.
irritability. In the presenceof competence."The your
day in Tallahassee.Miss Katie and Virginia Fugate and ""'" Minimum' '!inlnilliliiiiliimmuulliuiuiiuiiliiliiiuiilllMHUu' "' '''' ''' ''' '' "',, ,,9"i,.liium"","TS|
Myrtice Ford visited relatives in a large number of defective character of Washington, I That's our bargain offer to those who :f
teeth, it Is almost impossible for says Washing Irving, "May want
Estelle Kendrick will at- Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. buy Purina Baby Chick feed from'us. } ; I
he child to properly masticate his some of those' poetical elements
tend the R. O. T. C. military ball
food.' Impaired digestion results which dazzle and delight the multi- &,
in Gainesville tonight. Milton Brownlee, Jr., of the Uni- is
and the child is cross. tude, but It possessed fewer Inequalities Come in now. This special
versity of Florida at I .
the Gainesville Imperfect vision leads to eye .and ,a rarer union of good( for only 30 days, starting March rjt'i
Mrs. P. E. Canova and son, Mr. spent week-end with his par- strain and consequent slight or virtues than perhaps ever fell to
visitors in ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. 1st-a chick feeder free with every !
Paul Canova, were severe headaches. In these cases, the lot of one man. His fame '
Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. the child !is usually Irritable late stands apart from every other In 1 100 lb. bag of Purina Startena. One f

Col. W. T. Weeks passed his In the day for no apparent reason. history; shining with a truer lustre' feeder and 100 Ibs. of Startena will ;
Pat Harward of Miami, 1 Is; ninety-fourth birthday anniversary With !
Eye examination reveals the cause and a more benignant glory.
last Monday. All of his children handle 1 50 chicks.Bradford. :t.i'l'
the guest of her parents Mr. and and correction of the defect cures us his memory remains a national "
Mrs. Wynn this week. were with him for his birthday the trouble. property where all sympathies 1 f( i

dinner. Infected tonsils lead to an Irritation meet !In unison. Under all dissensions -: if

Col. and Mrs. H. V Knight and of the nervous system and in and amid all the storms of County !
Mrs. J. L. Peek Mrs. S. L. Peek
children were guests Sunday of some aggravated cases to St. party, his precepts and example ;
relatives In Jacksonville.Dr. and Mrs. J. H.. Ritch left Fridayfor Vitus dance (chorea). The child speak to us from the grave with' t

West Palm Beach and Miami suffering from infected tonsils Is a paternal appeal." 1
and Mrs. J. B. Curtis of where they will be the guests of It''
often a very nervous Individual Until time shall be no more, Farmers Supply ComplyN.
Orange Heights were the guests relatives. easily upset, and full of an IrritatIng will be the duty of the historian to

Friday of Mr. and Mrs. F. .A. energy that rapidly exhausts pay veneration to the immortal f

Scott. Mrs. N. J. Alvarez and little the parents. Constant correctionof name of Washington. N. Prevail, MKT. Phone 151
son, and Mrs. J. M. Edwards and
the child makes the matter
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Green of Jack- son, spent the week-end In Cross worse and the entire family Is soon CARD OF THANKS STARKE, FLORIDA ..;. ;1 :
sonville spent Sunday at the homeof City with Mrs. Alvarez' mother,
Mrs. Green's sister, Mrs. A. L. Mrs. Parker. on edge. 'W. B. "nabe" Douglass :;, f
Proper clothing probably has as .r\iru; ,:
Alvarez., much to do with a child's well-be- We wish to take this opportunityof OF LAKE CITY .fJj.'u"fJA .rtA lb'f1J1 ". u' S:;m
Mrs A. M. Richard Mrs. K. B. thanking our-many friends for ,---.-. ._ ',':!,. _
almost other
Ing as any one thing
Master Bobby Stith of Jacksonville Norman and little daughter, Annie The vast majority of children are their sympathy extended and for For Railroad Profitable leads livestock and pout. ( t\ ", "In t{
Kathryin, of Jacksonville the beautiful floral offerings sentIn try. They lowv.yo".rosfl"'odNdo" .;
is spending a while with his were This Jv
dressed too warmly. CommissionerThe
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.E. Is not only entirely unnecessary but is positively the recent death of our husbandand : aNd matt. "nl. ,"Dr."rtJfI". ..... ..-

Brownlee. S. Matthews.. harmful. father. We wish to especially +
thanks Drs. W. E. Middleton of Man Who Has Had the Experience LISTEN! Feb. 20th is Purina Saturday at the Old
Judge and Mrs. George A. Gar- Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Shank and The Infant is born a perfect Starke and D. C. Comts of Jack and Believes He Knows

diner, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bell and daughter, Betty Lewis, Mrs. J. C. heat-regulating mechanism that adjusts sonville, for their services. I I Checkerboard Store. AH Feed-day Specials 10 per
Your Vote and Will lie
Mrs. L. O. Jones spent Sunday in Robinson, Mrs. Lillie S. Lewis, the body temperature to the Mrs. R. S. Humphrey Support cent. 4I i iDit1RUi1

Hastings.Mr. James Lewis and G. Kirk Lewis, outside changes of temperature and family. Appreciated
Jr., spent Tuesday In Jacksonville quickly and efficiently. The functioning Paid Adv.
I >ffiNA>lQesmtslbIDO>iA0fEE01ltE tiltdtemONrtNWtQIDDtE4iGtilflOmNCRDt4Q9i1( ( ) !
of this mechanism is greatly -- MLIIIIIIIIYIIIIIIIW/mIWI101111III11I1111441XIN@NOllplmll./' ''''' ''' '''''' '' /11YIIaNAIIIIIIIIWIIYIY'
Long.Island W. H., Sweezy N. Y., was of the guestof Mrs. E. D. Solomon and eons impaired by changing the weight Don't Get Up Nights .._ __. __-..__- -- n __n __ m _. ._._ __ j l llmiomatmarafma

his brother, Mr. F. A. Sweezy, Billy and Crawford, and Mrs. N. B. of clothes with every change of This 25o: Test >RIl 9a last week. Crawford of Jacksonville, were the weather conditions so that over a Muke ,-:, WWWWIliIlIWJil.lj1l.l1li{ ''UlWilitiXUlMmMiaMMUWQMUft> )lIIj WW/ ( WWWmmwl ClIWWlOOtillllWlllWlDijj! I d i it
period> of years the functioning of You need thin bladder laxer to I
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. i

Mrs. G. W, Alderman has returned M. Brownlee and Mrs S. E. the body regulator Is almost de- drive out impurities and excess SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY FEB. 19th 20th [
from Augusta, Ga., where she Brownlee.Mr. stroyed. The fewer the clothes puton acids which cause Irritation that : ;: ;

visited her daughter, Mrs. S. P. the child right from Infancy.the results in leg pains, backaches, .
Vandiviere. and Mrs. Earl Middleton and more resistant that child will burning and getting up nights. BU- i

daughter, Marjorie Sue, of Jack- be to colds resulting from exposureto KETS, the bladder/! laxer.contain- i

Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Butch of the sonville, spent Sunday with Dr. and cold, wet, etc. Ing' buchu juift>ejr oil, 'etc., workson iI.1 TIP I TOP Grocery : !

State Farm, were the guests of Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton. Marjorie Parents, then In seeking to correct the bladder leasantly and effectively -

Mr. and :Mrs. H. L. Brownlee Mon- Sue is spending this week with her irritability In a child should as castor oil on the bowels. ,f \
day afternoon.Mrs. grandparents.Mrs. look to these things and see that. Get a 23c box ((5 grain size) from ; LOCATION BETWEEN BANI AND POSTOFFICE ; '

first, the diet Is well balanced; your druggist. After four days, If ,

W. E. Mlddleton, Mrs. Her- A. M. Darby attended a reception second, that all physical defects not relieved of getting up nights I: Ilowell Nasworthy Owner and Operator

bert Ritch and Miss Madge Mid- given by the Woman's Sun- are corrected (if any are present); gt back and get your money. You :

dleton motored to Gainesville Tues- day School Class of the Baptist and third, that the child is properly are bound to feel better after this WHERE ECONOMY RULES I" i
day afternoon.Mr. church for the grandmothers Tues- and comfortably clad. If these cleansing and you get your regular ,

day afternoon at the home of Mrs. things are done, the vast majorityof sleep. Locally at Mitchell's ,
and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright M. M. Parrish in Gainesville. children will be converted into Drug Store.GENT. i I

and E. J. Wainwright returned the happy, tactable Individuals : Good Brooms each. 20c Crushed Pineapple can 5c I .
Monday after a visit of several Mrs. A. Z. Adklna and Mrs. O. they are meant to be. : ,

"days In Miami.Mr. L. Beasley were guests Wednesdayof .
Mrs. J. C. Adkins in Gainesvilleand NOTICE W. O. W. A % r

and Mrs. W. Q. Dowling and Mrs. M. E. Edwards Mrs. Adklna' WORD Toilet Paper 3 rolls--10c 1 G. Juice or Cocoa 2 for 15c i
Mrs. L. E. Dowling of Jackson- mother, who has returned All members of the Starke Camp COLUMNFOR '

ville, were the guests Friday of are rquested to assemble at the i

Mrs W. E. MIddleton. lodge hall at 12:30: p. m. on Mon-

day, Feb. 22 for the purpose of SALE-Bargain! 1931, Chevrolet Flour 24 Ibs. 55c- 12 lbs. 30e Pure CaneSUGAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee participating in the George Washington sport roadster. Easy payments I -

and daughter. 'Madge,' spent the parade. Apply at this office. It.

...... mmYW' ''' nIW'' ''''IAtIYM' ''Ylm' I'.'VYWIii'" iLNln. IIIWIII'''' ''IWllmiI '''''''''',"'''' uiiiIi PECAN-CUrtis Paper- Shell Pe- :

PT r I umIA1d111MIm14XNm11" "" '''''''' '' "IImImIIIIINIAIIMIpI11X1AINAIImIm011W1A1m0Y11. .' '''''' ,, '''''' '' ''''' .' ''' ''. cans rest, lOc per pound. R. F Demo-t*. i Lard, 2 Ibs. 15c; 8 lb. pail, 65c 10 pounds. 45c

Modem .Dry Gaiety TheatreSTARKE CRAFTING-Nowr and!la to the set blueber-time to 1 ('I 1-2 lb. Can TUNA FISH _. ___ 15c Grape Nuts Flakes pg. IOe !4

graft pecans c'' .
Cleaning' ryplanta. See R. F. Demorestfor j I .

prices. tf. ': 25c Jars PICKLES __________ 15c lOc Jars PICKLES _. _--___ ___ 5c

Modern Cleansing lla- I FOR screened SALE-FIve porch eight room acres house of, -I This is the Best No. U; S. IrishPOTATOES Whole' Grain '\
:hinery, Skilled Employees Ii Saturday NightBIG r land. One mile north of town,
Assures you the I on road 13. Apply this office. 2- BACONPound RICE

oest' in dry cleaning of I A HURRY. 12-tf. '

the most delicate fabrics. I FEATURE --- ---- 8c l 10 pounds15c 5 pounds16c '
Ii i f's..i 0A FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Ma- - '.i.

I hood Rhode Island setting eggs '

28 There are! occasions when \VM. S. HART from hood's chickens special direct mntlngs from Ma-also IV. G. MEAL, 10 Ibs. __ 15c GRITS, 10 Ibs. 17c 'a'

:a pressing business engagemeat orders for White leghorn )'
i give one only a limited I booking and Red Baby Chicks. Lim- CORNED BEEF, can 15c PURE COFFEE, 2 Ibs. 2fe'? J p
Urn to dine. Under such 5 REELS
ited amount custom hatching. --- -

Starke! DryGeaaers I we'll condition see that let you UII know are served and i! Red and Rock fryers 23c per lb. HAMS, Picnic- T lie CHEESE, pound 1'le'' 'V
beat fC OCL J. Maurice Edwards. 2-5-tf .
: promptly with the

I >>+..-!+t4I i And Will Repeat JUST RECEIVED Shipment of Jersey Lily Macaroni' Spaghetti 3 f for -I lOc .

: I FARZAN OF TilE APES all varieties seed beans and corn, I .: Butter !! 24c or ;

Shamrock Grill also full line garden seed. Theseare ).
_ .. ,

The Only Try Cleaning Across Street from : Admission n 15c and 30c<< are new all northern stock. Seeds grown are seed cheap.and Nucoa lb. 17c] 5c \ .

Plant in Town 'I PostoHlce ; er than for past twenty years. :; SALT or MATCHES r 2 for. - 'ft ,l lI

riiW. .YMi,, ..", Yili.nui. .xniuIM' W04 iwW, ,..J mx, .iuy. Y.Immww ;,. Get our prices before buying. ,

6 i ..' .'_...II'---'. .. ,. ".. .''' Brownlee Bros., Starke. l22-tf,I 7. 'JtiGZSilM9gy411R", :;:{j{;;; ;;:,!:i"=.;}Lrnr..nne;::yt nrusre;, ;, r ;:;:say?2ss'sls a .;G"nna: Cll11f>aalslrnrlR O:.G'Qf"IG71llL'DSCll s ,it1\! { lil fllfit;;:l;hil-li.: 1


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And the Worst is Yet to Come--. IltNTS TO HOUSEU1VES 1 WBCF FARM PROGRAM"The !A Keen Appetite

FARM NEWS SECTION I Weekly from Home Demonstration 1 > Voice of Florida" t Sound Sleep and

Specialist Tallahassee + 4 Zest For Living!*

Conducted By College of Agriculture workers -
about Florida "I Feel Ten Year Younaer"
Frult-Julre will speak Important s.u
Cookies )
I. T. DYER, County Agent farm problems at noon each day Kllfll. After Taking Sargon"

Use 1-2 cupful butter or shortenIng next week from state radio station
MISS PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent 1 1 1.. -
cupful sugar, egg cupful WRUF, the Florida Agricultural
.. .e I lemon Juice, 1.. cupful orange Extension Service announces. A keen, hearty

PRICES OF FARM ANDCOMMKRCIIL the exhibit of 4-II club calves from il. juice, 210 cupfuls flour, and 4 teaspoonfuls These talks will be broadcast dur- appetite at meal- \

: PRODI'CTS Duval and Jefferson counties. Du- baking powder. ing the Florida Farm Hour from time, sound, nat

HIIOl'LD HE E( t'IT.\ LEt val sent 24 calves belonging to club Cream together butter or short 12 to 12:45: eastern standard time. ural sleep at bed-

members in that county. ening and sugar. Add beaten egg The schedule follows: time, and a feel'd ting

By Spuds Johnson) The poultry show contained a and mix well. Combine orange and Sat., Feb. 20-Florida Farm of new

How big Is the farmer's dollar? large number of good quality birds, lemon juice and add to first mix: News and Hints. Weekly Letter strength and energy *
of the lesselkpown II \ 7i ture alternatly with flour which
Some of us will say we didn't many of them r- from Spuds Johnson. Editorial throughout
know he had a dollar, and others breeds. The rabbit and pet'-stock:' i i pfiY e has been sifted with baking pow Snapshots. the day has been 4

will declare that the farmer's dollar show was merltorlus. der Chill and roll out very thin on Mon., Feb. 22-Winners in the brought to thous-

is as big as anybody's dollar. I The United States Department floured board, adding more flourIf State 4-H Poultry Show-Norman ands of weak and R. J. Kiifoii

But the fact Is that the farmer's of Agriculture had several exhibitsat necessary. Cut in plain or fancy R. Mehrhof. The Parents' Placein weary sufferersby

dollar Is Just slightly over half as various places in the fair build- shapes with cookie cutter. Bakein 4-H Club Work-R. W. Black- Saryon. R. J. Kilfoil, La Haver

large as the business mnn's dollar. ing, and practically all of these ., P'I. moderate oven ((350 degrees F.) lock, Apts., Charlotte, N. C., says Pot

Of course we are not talking proved of interest to visitors. Whileit 12 to 13 minutes. Tues., Feb. 23 Pecan Grove years I suffered with stomach trou.

About a silver dollar are a greenback was not exactly agriculture, it I II6 Orange Nut Bread Sanitation to Prevent Pest Dam- : ble. A year ago I had an attack

' i dollar, for If a farmer is for- Is so closely related that it is mentioned I Ia Ie Ir Iu I Ingredients: 2 cupfuls bread age-Fred W. Walker. Farm Ques- of acute indigestion that nearly

tunate enough to have either of I here-the exhibit by the flour, 2 teaspoonfuls salt 1.2 cupful tion Box. killed me. The contents of my

dollar that Is the state game and fish departmentwas sugar, 2 cupfuls milk, 1-2 cup- when
those he has a Wed Feb. 24-Hedges for Florida stomach they pumped me ut
excellent and attracted no little ( ful meats, 2 cupfuls Graham
of similar dollar pecan black Ink. extra
same dimensions -Harold Mowry. Primer for were as Any -x> -
anywhere. However, when the attention. if flour, 4 teaspoonfuls baking pow Town Farmers. ertlon would cause my heart to

farmer takes a dollar's worth of der, 1-2 cupful candled orange peel, Thurs., Feb. 25 Selecting beat like a trip-hammer Since

' farm produce to town to exchange I COWI'KliriOX: : 'I.oSE: IN 1 egg. Hatching Eggs-Dr. N W. San- taking Sargon I eat three hearty

} It for merchandise, he gets about riNBII EXHIBITS( .\T Mix ingredients thoroughly and born Spuds Johnson Visits the meals a day and I don't have the<

67 cents worth of merchandise If NO I'Til "'J.oleln.ln sprinkle two tablespoonfuls of the County Agent. the least particular of what I Iai<

he borrowed a dollar several years flour over nuts and orange' peel. Frl., Feb. 28-Sheep ProductionIn My digestion is sound as anybody a

ago and wants to repny It In the Tampa, Fla"IH club exhibitsat Beat egg till light and add to milk. Florida-Dr.: A. L. Shealy. Careof and my stomach Is ill fine condttion. .

shape of farm products now, he will the South Florida( Fair, just con- Then pour over dry ingredients, I Farm Work Stock-C. H. Will- Sargon Pills are unlike any
and the mixture
to turn In about $197 worth stirring beating I used
I have cluded here, were the best we have oughby.I other laxative ever because
r smooth. Last add the floured nuts
of products, In addition to paying ever had, and picking the winners I -. they don't upset the system In my
whatever Interest is due. R. W. and orange peel. Pour into .two way and their effects are lasting
was no easy Job, reports
oiled bread tins and bake 45: min-
have been computed
These figures Blacklock, state boys' club agent. RISING I'm stronger more energetic and
, statements utes In a 350 degree F. oven.
\, recent
from There were close to 100 one-bushel UL.NKSOR CROPPRODUCTION FLORiDiANS LEAD AS Lemon Toast Mm. II. ... MrMav, Cor feel ten years younger than I did
about the price index as issued by or Orange three weeks Sold Canova
exhibits of corn, and about 125 LOANS EGO CONTEST mnDSCONTIN'UE ago.
Slice bread 1.4 inch thick. Cut
the Bureau of Agricultural Starke.
exhibits. First prize in HEAVY LAY Pharmacy,
nomics and have been quoted recently en-enr RELEASED BY HYDE slices in rounds or in fancy shapes Mrs. Walter Underhill was calledto
both of these classes was won by
in the Progressive Farmer- with a cookie cutter. Jacksonville last Saturday on

Ruraliat and In National Grange John Hentz, Liberty county, and blanks Chipley, Fla. Florida poultry Cream together 3 tablespoonfuls account of the death of her niece,
the best single ear of corn was Gainesville, Fla.-Official
Monthly In who find continued In the lead as the 840 butter and 3 tablespoonfuls sugar. Mrs. Maud Willis which occurred ; : fc.i
shown by Oble Hattaway, Walton for farmers to fill
Of course It Is tough on the for pullets In the sixth Florida NatIonal Add slowly 1 tablespoonful lemonor Friday night at the home of her
county. John Is now a freshman at it necessary to apply crop pro-
farmer to have to pay $1.91 for ev- Egg Laying Contest turnedIn orange juice and 1-2 teaspoonful parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Haiti-
the University of Florida, and Obie duction loans from the federal government ( -
ery dollar he borrowed 10 years Is farming for his widowed mother. have Just been released, a 57.9 percent lay during January grated rind. Toast bread on one wanger.

ago. Yet the banker is not getting For the best 10 bushels of corn according to advice received at the reports E. F, Stanton, super- side. Spread mixture on other side. Mrs. G. W. Burney and Mrs. Leslie -

any more out of It, and It Is not hisI' entered by club boys from a county Agricultural Extension Service visor. Only one previous contest Toast may then be placed under Libby of Starke, were visiting
fault. The trouble Is that the priceof obtained higher prqductlon for Jan- name until butter begins to melt. Mrs. Lonnie Crawford Wednesday
Union placed first, Bradford here from Secretary of Agriculture -
farm products as compared with second, Walton third, and Escam- Hyde. uary. The production per hen for Grapefruit Salad afternoon. .
the price of other products Is too bill fourth. "Loans for crop production will the four months Is 60.3 eggs. This Use 2 tablespoonfuls gelatine, 1-4 Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Halslop, Mr. YVnen youligarc

>I'' low, and It has been too low for the Twenty-four calves competed in be made in the states where the record is 6 eggs ahead of last year, cupful cold water, 1.2 cupful and Mrs. Oscar Crosby and Mr and 9ncome7ax

r last 11 years Duval county carried away the lov- secretary of agriculture has determined find nearly 2 eggs better than the boiling' water 3 tablespoonfuls Mr and Mrs. Lester Crosby were your

The remedy? Not necessarily to existsas first four months In any of the lemon juice, 1 cupful sugar, 3 cupfuls shopping in Gainesville Friday.Mr. .
for the best five animals that an
ing cup emergency ... I.k. .....
pe. .
;' raise prices on everything to war- other contests.The grapefruit pulp and juice and Mrs. Lawton Crawfordof ...). ,.. Lunar you
shown by boys from one county"the : a result of which farmers are Is e rev, tor plho fs.u for
. ', time levels. Farmers will not object for high pen for the four months (fresh or canned), 1-2 cupful pecan Jacksonville were visiting Mr ,... '-- tai. np.ry oo.dd.rrb.lb.rrw
the fair. loans
first 4-H calf show at unable to obtain crop
to selling their products at Is owned by M. Wiescholek Poultry meats. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis Sunday after- .""'-.., Ie ..........., la
Florida farmers when selecting a production during 1932 from any m* If ft Ie mMxiirad. ... WM.MM .
low prices, provided other products The grand champion heifer was other sources.! These loans may be Farm Jacksonville, with 906 Soak gelatine in cold water 5 noon. ? fat .......__ U II b .-..

i are selling at correspondingly low shown by Jake Danson, Duval made to individuals In such states! points for 998 eggs. Pens owned minutes, then dissolve in boiling Mrs. F. M. White and Mrs. L. Ia.ur.d 04 w, you u.da........ ,... .""'-. ,

prices. As The Progressive Karm- county. Wilma Bassett, Jefferson are'found by the secretary of by> W. E. Pyles, Maysvllle, Ky., and water. Add sugar and cool. Add Crawford were visiting Mra. G. W.
. er-Ruraltst puts it, not Inflation but calf as White Feather Farm, Clearwater, lemon juice, grapefruit juice and I Burney at Starke Saturday.Mr. >t.rpr..eI.u....., rvj..rm .. .
showed the best to
county, un- agriculture to have acreage fit .., .. yoweSh
; restoration is needed. "Agricul- are second and third with 901 and pulp> and nuts. Let stand until Milton Crawford of Lawtey, min d
der one year Danson's calf was ceding, and who do not have seed, y. wtlkHrf Yy.iI1,..I.A
America demands not inflation 'Three other Florida mixture to thicken mix well the
tural 812 points. begins spent week-end here with Mr
best in the class from one year to fertilizer, feed for work stock, and
\ but (1)) a restoration to nor- entries are among the ]leading ten. and turn into Individual molds dipped and Mrs Zary Crawford. HAROLD C. WALL
18 months, and Andrew Higgin- fuel and oil for tractors used In
mal commodity price levels prevailing They are Bailey Farms, Miami, first In cold water. Chill until -
botham, Duval county, showed the crop production, and spraying materials -
when the present burden of Davidson's Farm, Eagle firm.Vhen to INSURANCE
1\ best animal over 18 months. and who are without meansto Poultry ready serve turn mayonnaise dressing. (Make the
private and public debt was creat- The largest 4-H cotton exhibit purchase these supplies" Lake and another entry from from molds onto crisp lettuce on salad and dressing the day before
ed and then ((2)) the stabilization White Feather Farm. individuals plates and serve with and keep in the refrigerator) STARKE. FLORIDA
ever shown at the fair took up 60 Promissory notes and crop mort-
of values so that debts can Florida poultrymen own the three'
money ----- --
\ toot of display space gages will be required as security
hereafter be made with assurance leading pullets. A Welscholek birdIs .
for these loans. No loan In excessof
I to both debtor and creditor that a first with 1035 points for 109 ;:
$400 will be made to appli-
dollar at settlement time will be CORN OF 1.ICOI..fJWF.EVI..UEoIISTANT. any eggs. Crescent Poulty Farm, t:
cant, and no amount of loans to _
dollar at borrowing second bird
the same as a iradenton, owns the
the tenants of one land owner In a )
,i.; time." TYPE: PROVES BEST I with 10365 points and Plnebreeze t
shall exceed $1,600.
single county
a --- Farm, Callahan, owns the third I I

l'' Agriculture At I The good variety of corn to plant will Loans for spraying and dusting high with 103,3 points. Welscholek .
truck can not exceed $4 per
find that weevil has one bird and White Feather
South Florida Fair likely prolific, resistant 1
t acre, and loans' for fertllzers and the next
types are best, says Fred Farm has two among
spraying or dusting materials forbearing
t; ; II. Hull, assistant agronomist with eight leaders.
( By J. Francis Cooper). fruit trees shall not exceed .

t As an agricultural show, the the Florida Experiment Station. $4 per acre and loans for fertilizersand Chlpley-Hughes-Law LumberCo. 5,
In testa at the rr
l' South Florida Fair this year was variety spraying or dusting materialsfor ., located one mile west of here, I
q'. marked by a email number of ex- Whatley Prolific has been a consistent bearing fruit trees shall not ex- Installed grist mill in connection ,

,t!' hibits, particulArly In the county leader with Kilgore Red Cob ,ceed $25 per acre. .

) : groups. However, most of the agricultural Prolific a close second. Prolific va- Applicants must agree to use Plant CityCecil Reale took over

exhibits shown were of reties In general have yielded about seed and methods approved by the Cecil Service Station, corner Evers IF'.R.1
IJ excellent and creditably 23: percent more than the single \1
quality very department of agriculture throughits and Haines streets.Quickly. I
displayed the state's varied eared types. Whatley and Kilgore, local arepresentatlves. They -
r .
' however seem to be the only
1' agriculture. must plant a garden for home use .1
. Exhibits from two counties Polk lific varieties with sufficient resistance and grow sufficient acreage of feed p '_ II
to weevils to merit t"l ;/
t and Manatee were the principal recom- crops to supply feed for their live- _

competitors in the citrus and truck mendation. Whatley has proven stock. No loan will be made to an a \\ .......... -

l I r crops group, although displays rep- somewhat superior to Kilgore as a applicant who has a means of live- fhr I -
silage ylelder N
resenting Marlon and Alachua lihood other than farming, nor to ) .J
' in for honors In these Of the yellow varieties, Wilson # n
; came some any applicant who did not operate 5- US
Yellow Dent has the best.It .
and Plnellas proven
l' groups. Hillsborough a farm during 1931. '
: is a single cured type, and Is to y rnnull
u j; .' counties had excellent exhibits but County agents will soon be In J l ..'
$ "' were not in the competition. The a little larger than Cuban Yellow ?
position to advise farmers relativeto N1\1 n1Ma1\1 I
Flint but not quite as flinty. It L ,,q,
b' : diversity of the state's farming Industry these loans. a

F was shown by the hundredsof has a tight husk, however, and '''!\ !!I!..
of different kinds of truck crops seems to be Just as resistant to County agents of 11 counties In ....IIItt"'WUI>"

\} ; and citrus fruits exhibited. weevils. the: Florida west coast district received :Tlw SjMdW s..Iea.,6it
_ In the general farming groups, For an early variety, Mr. Hull an average of 1,093 office -

,r. f Marlon, Alachua, Jefferson, Madison recommends Lowmnn Yellow Dent calls from farmers about horticultural }

and Washington, had representative and Woods Early Yellow Dent. problems last year reports

?, exhibts.:: Both have proven superior to any n.( Q. Clayton, district extension BleachesMuddy Fisher Bodies are exclusive to Chevroletin

L Communities with creditable exhibits of the strains of Improved Golden agent. They also made an average Skins

' were Plant City, with Us Dent tested. These corns mature of 463 visits to the farms about
\ wealth of strawberries and straw about 10 days earlier than What- horticultural problems. Dull ordinary appearances vanishas the lowest price field

.' berry products. Lake Magdalene ley, but it must be rememberedthat blemishes and defective feature
of the
has ------ are forgotten under the lure
and Ruskin showing citrus and Whatley given about 30
bewitching beauty instantly ren-
Ruhkln, showing citrus and truck percent larger yields. dered. Beneficial in correctingUm.aabbiness.'freckles. : All that !. new and fine In modern coachbyroad "lounge type" aenta and wtJ-l ion
1 .
truck 666
crops. Ward McMullen & wrinkIea.GOURAUD'S
Sons of Plnellas and P. M. Boul- FLORIDN APPOINTED work it found in bodies by Fi.tlunAnd today, window. aRlln the massive, well-fitted 'y

ware of Marion had Individual displays In' !lO1Y1'JlEltN WORKERS ..lIn'ln TU"'S atLfq the only car of lowed,, price wild Fisher coachdnon., easily opened by the new automatic

,v' in the big booth devoted to mm l.liiulil or Tablet. Hard I.t..rn.lly ORIENTAL work I.tbe new Chevrolet Sit" door ejector. ..fc
individual exhibits. Tallahassee Fin. _. Miss Mary and Illlll Malv rttrrnnllr. make a
romplct and rltrrtlv treatment toe
:'. In the building devoted to negro K. Keown, district:: home demon- (r..l
work, counties having displays stration agent, was recently elected Most Speedy Remedies Known WfcN_. flesh sad .-...... ....... : achieved In theM bodice
Jackson on evidence after another of Fisher style .the beat-looking
were Leon. Madison Jefferson chairman of the Home Economics -
;, Marlon and Sumter. These section of the Southern Agricultural -- comfort,eontenience and safety. In die I lor;, best-built moat completely equipped lint
exhibits, as were the individual Workers Conference which clean ultramodern streamline, the gracefully ever to appear in the low-price field.FRICbD .
" negro exhibits were excellent displays met In Birmingham.
of the work of farmers Strawberry Plants of QualityWe Sloping front pillar, the teamUwa one-
negro She also holds the office of $'
ti:: They consisted mainly of food and councillor for the southern states piece design,of cowl and windshield. frame A9LOW 475v ,......run. '

feed crops. for and the aobd A3 101.......
the American Home Economics have fine River Bottom grown berry plants ubatantial.'compoaite wood-

The livestock show, always Association. This position she state certified and fine as Missionary Improved and-tee 1 construction in UM finger-touch 5 r't" e" ..........Iw..d cosy ..
small, was this year featured by has held for the last three years. grown. G.ue.C._ a.-.Ioo 11_c...Do.iti lfkMS.s.
Klondike 1000 djuatabfe driver' seat. Interior son visor
-- ---- ---- --- -- --- $2.25; 5000 $11; 10,000 piay.rC.rrMeey

.,-- .......... .- $20. Blakemore new and fine very productive

You'll never know how good t\ earlier than Missionary or Klondike, twice as pro- NEW '

a cigar can be until you ductive. 1000, $3; 5000, (13; 10,000, $25. Buy your CHEVROLET SIX

i have smoked plants through my agents Brownlee Bros., Starke,
.\ ..;: G. W. Roberts Lawtey. If you can't bee one of THE GREAT AMERICAN VALUE FOR 1032

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thee. that I am not as other men l'nEI'IB'TEnl.Services .VN In the grave to a dead man is no REVIVAL GOING had a house full last Sunday after ?tR

are extortioners unjust adulterers more than a wink of the eye to the GOOD AT HAMPTON\ noon. '

or even at this publican. Sunday: February 21, as living" To them consciousness Services every night this weekat

12. I fast twice in the week I follows: our only means of measuring time, The revival at Hampton started 730.: Sunday 2:30: and 7:30. Everybody ',<

give tithes of all that I possess. 10( a. m. Sunday School J. M. Is gone: and it will seem to them on Its third week Tuesday night welcome. Come early to :,a

13. And the publican standingafar Truby. supt. when they awake that absolutelyno the evangelist using for his text get a seat l.::

off would not lift much 11 time has And herein 127 Psalms first verse: "Exceptthe S '
th.-il up so a m. Morning worship sermon elapsed. -- -- :
fiord is a lamp onto my feet, and a light onto taj p 5Jm 119105.:i as his eyes unto heaven but smote by the pastor. Theme "Great- lies a most comforting thought In Lord Build the House they Labor Ualford--Two solid carloads '

religious teaming doctrine or upon his breast saying God be ness Through Service" a sermonon the Bible doctrine of the sleep of in vain that build it," and at strawberries 11,884:\ quarts shipped ,: If

r Iur of 31e,1uAll if they V claim merciful to me a sinner. the life character and serviceof the dead that in death there Is no the close of the !sermon fifteen responded from here during recent day. ,I"
are beve any
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i the love, loyalty and devotion of the people must b* i iii t ii armory with 14. I tell! you this man went downto George Washington the fatherof consciousness of the passing of to the altar call and twelve I
the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into even* fold and crevice his house justified rather than his country. time. To those who sleep In Jesus professed faith in Christ as their "1''':('. 'I. '"'I'I'U'a '" ...F.'I

of the human heTtIS of whom it was said in John 7:4;, "NEVER MAN the other: for every one that exalte 6:30: p. m. Christian Kndtavor. their sleep whether long or short personal saviour. Large crowds are Hereby untie In given that tind. r

| SPAKE MAN." th himself shall be abased; and, Topic "Desirable Qualities in Notional whether one year one thousand attending the meetings. Sunday decree and by on virtue Feb.. of Hth I the 19(12( n>bf rtaln Mon flnnl A. '

Pastors of Bradford and Union rountles are InvlVMa use this department ho that humblfth himself shall be Leaders." Leader Margaret years or six: thousand years will night the house was packed as we Z. A ilk I nil, judge: of Clrrult Court l'}I 1 f.

I for new of church activities, organization* nd announce exalted. Williams. It is suggested that we be but as if the moment of sad had the Duval county singers with In In and that for certain ttrndford. fmeclriHuie(.'nllnl).of Florida niort .' y

tnpnts. Space freely given and no charge made-the requirement Prayer: Without thy mercy 0 study the qualities Washington, parting were followed instantly by us. Bro. Dan Boree led 1 the praise gage suit wherein James II, Kite( a* x':

being that such Item reach this office before WetjArsday< morning Lord we are all undone. None of Lincoln Roosevelt Wilson and others the glad reunion In the presenceof service and made A nice talk. We Kite Kxeculor: <.lv<.PI.'I.of. I the IN entitle complainant of Kill-tin and '"Y
I otherwise they cannot i>B handled for current Issue. Jeans at His will have the Duval singers back d'
..- ua can plead our own merits. We glorious appearingand John A. Kbel: Jr? et nl are drfxud- .';$ j
have: all sinned and fall short of 7:30: p. m. Evening worship the resurrection of the just. next Sunday at both services. Wetoile' ants!Master, I the will undcrnltrned an 8peulal, '.' '
on Monday I the 7th day
the fold to take Uelr .sheep, to the thy glory. We throw ourselves song and sermon subject, It ought also to be a comforting of Mar')h, A n 1132 during the 1 1IPgal ':+,

I 1 SUNDAY SCHOOL I I II pastures. The p >ft0r would admit upon thy grace and forgiveness. "Consider the Bystander." thought to those whose lives have :(fit'HUIM. :In.n'I'UII'I'rout AM highest hours Milder. of fur Male cnh, i,In>/II. f tu,nit the of ','

I LESSON |I II the shepherds to tve fold (Inside Amen. Prayer meeting Wednesday eve- been filled with anxiety and grief Notlco In hereby irlvn thAt all the Mouth door if. I the luuithnui' In

I iI I I the wall) and eMI gfcepberd would Remember the Sabbath Day to ning at 7:30.: for diseased loved ones who persisted nil ormlHom pomonn, li-Knlem. hn'lnttIulm., illnlrll>.iit. ..HKiilnHt nii unit tho Rtnike followltiit, /Iliad font(1-Nfi',Ilieil-oiiiity ands/, .Florida lying, .i ''I

call his own 8hee|), They knew his Keep it HolyExodus 208.: Go to Rev. Benjamin W. Weld gave usa in sin to know that they the estate of Wllllnm O F"i .vth, sad being In said| Mimlfi.nl 1 I'
FOR FEBRUARY 21, 1933 voice and in a Av moments the church Sunday. sermon long to be rememberedlast are not now suffering In torments, ilocpRRtHl. me hereby, rocpilrpil to Klorldn.; tot 'I It : B itrri-M: In, HM;u.r: ,
I'K'KtMit their claim duly niilhvnllruled. ncr of HKVi of NI':'.. and N .. nf SK: .
Subject: Jesus the Good Shep- sheep of each she hgtd would gather Sunday evening. We hope for but with all the rest of the dead, In the I IIn... riro A. Ounll- of Section UIV, 'l'owm.hip 5 Mouth t, "

herd. around him aaA he ready to be DAILY lilllLE HKADINGS another visit from Dr. Weld soon. are quietly sleeping in their graves. n..r., Floi-lila county, jtidif for' hi of IIIHtlfoi-rt county lunge 21 .:net andV'\, .,f 8V'of, <. I
Hpprnvnl within NW'4. and lot \I anilV.. .t half of
Golden Text: "The Lord la my led out to the p! \tar*?; "and the A cordial invitation to all our Job 3: 11.Again use year from date hereof, or this lot 24, owl !"OnM half o( lot 25 In '{ ,
shepherd; I shall not want." Psalm sheep follow him tl\r: they know his February 19 services extended to all. It would mar the felicity will he held In bur, thereto, Wootllawn. All In rf< <,tlon lo. Town ," t
and all > > Indebted 1
| i to mold en Still| 5 South, UKIt Cant; and 'I,
23:1.: voice." Occasionally\ \ the shepherd Human Adjustments! : LOOK not of one's enjoyment of heaven could title are" reiivMe l to pnv their null contalnlnir. In nil t 112*.. acres murei 'J

Lesson Text: John 10:1-16.: calls to the sheen +iAi', hearing his every man on his own things but 1lETttonlsTWe he look upon earth and see his ilol.tn forthwith. ..Hlur. to the unilefHlanedHitmlnlMi >r I I.'n\ satisfy said.. decree,' }:
A H fllPIWS,
Introduction: "While agriculture voice they contin,) grazing: but If every man also on the things of friends and relatives suffering from This 8th day of January ions Slierlnl Milxtei. l In Chanf '

was carried on extensively In Pal a stranger calls hey are startled others.-Phil. 2:4.: are hoping that many wor- persecution want, cold or hungeror l-8-9t-.1- J. A.AclmhilHlmtorOIM HAYMCHS, iKMdllT ,* KNICIIT, Ktarki. riMriollcltor ,
estine In Bible times much of the I / for Conil|'lnIuant.
for the doad. God'sway
and scatter. sorrowing
What did Jesus say about pass. shipers will find their way to 3-l2-4t-9-4
land was better fitted for grazing Is best. -that all sentient life > ......>.
Jesus then salt), am the door: ing judgment on others ? Answer eleven and seven-thirty a. : TO .an: .
than for cultivation. Especially if \ In he shall animation activity thought and 1\O'I'Ioj TO I.Ila'Olte: .a J\ It ;;
by me any man enter read-Matt. 715.: hi. and p. m. Sunday We are find It npix-nrlnir from aJTIclnvlt mini'heit -
was this true of southern Judea. be saved and shVl! go in and out ing again the sacred way up to consciousness should cease at death to the, lilll of rnmpliilnt filed. In ('It 19Hl'1'OIt'tNonce : "i"
The raising of cattle and sheep was o'l"b"IIry: 20 and that all should wait till the thin onurt, wherein Frank Nt Mntli-v.
and find pasture Asthe., sheep Easter. This way will take us him. filed Hint for divorce nualnHtwanlla U hereby, given that. all i"
one of the greatest industries of could enter the "t0\\&'' only throughthe Death or Life: To be carnally through His arrest trial crucifixion : resurrection for their future life Minify, that reoUlon. "r tedltom. leitateen, dlxtrlhutevn nod l't
the country and all of the various minded Is death; but to be spirit Heb. 11- luldrcxn ot W..lIoI'.r. l Is lion- all pomona" hnvlnir clnlniw niriilnxc 'J>
and eternal reward. See :
door so we enter God'sKingdom should be I Itie '
fi0y and death. We renewed Inn, MiiHRiichimvUH.: (hut there. IK nonniHon astute of Kveiett .rkl..y .lolinn, ;["
Interests related to the industrywere only though! Christ by ually minded is life and peace.- in the spirit of our whole 39:40.: ( hi the state. of Florida, ilfcenm-il.. urn heritbv ....1..11..1| to (,
Romans 8:6.: known to nlTlunt crvlce, of |present their claim duly uuthantlnted n'
commonly familiar. and take procalawn '
accepting him as f- $vlor.. being as we go along. Christ's Sleep on, beloved! Sleep : whom, would bind the unlit ile-. tn the ll m. lleo. A. Uardl- \\k
Herding the sheep was done by "I am the good> /shepherd: The Why is Jesus called the burden sufferings will be emphasized in thy rest; I fendnnt. nor, I'lMinly Jmlm' of Hindfnrd conn-
a class of hired servants who bearer? Answer read-Matt. 11-: down head thy Sav- It In therefore nrileied that the ly Floildn. for his approval. within ..
gave good shepherd gKetb nls life for the morning and evening services. Lay thy upon said Wurdl MAI ley do per to thnllt one' year from date, ,hereof or thin <
their lives to the work as a vocation the sheep." SorVUrn\ f when the 2830. George Washington's birthdaywill ior's breast. I of rotnplfllnt: : I :: In said:! caune, In notice" will he held In liar thi-rolo, .-"I
which required the shepherdto February 21 We love thee well but Jesus loves HtarUe 1"I.'I.ln., on or before March and all parsons Indebted to until elate ;
flock was attacked 'a good shepherd be given due recognition tho 7th ,
h. A. li 19,12 clan the allegations are I-N.minted to pay I their said 'I; I;
make all necessary sacrifices for Righteousness Brings Peace: The thee best- tit sold lilll of li-htM forthwith to the ,
would place hlm fcl/ between the It occurred on the 22nd of Feb complaint will betaken inulernlirnedHilmlnlntiatrlx : .n'
work of shall be confeHnet! ", /fb:,
his charges. He kept the flock together righteousness Good night. an by tier
and the withus.
danger Stbeep. and was ruary. Come along and join It In further' onlarud. Unit thin notion Thin IRth day of .Jnniimv, 1112: '
hunted for the strayed sometimes sacrificed for them justas peace; and the effect of righteousness A hearty welcome awaits you. be publlnhed om-n ,a week forfour TIIIOI.MA/ : 1 I'LIZAUNIJOHNR.: / .

cared for the sick set broken Christ was sacrificed for us. quietness and assurance for- TRAIN SCHEDULE conMeftit Telt-irraph. weeks,. published In ItrndfordOnuntv InStnrk. 15-IH-3-II. AdmlnlntrntrlxNO'lll I' ;'I ,

bones often carried the weak "The hireling f\\ etfe because he ever. And my people shall dwellin BAPTIST I ... Florida.. 'w 'I'U r.nlua: AM>>> '
a peaceable habitation and in Wltnemi my hand a* Clerk. and UnI: >)>I-OII1 '
hunted the best pasture provided Is an hireling, at>ic .reth not for No. 11, southbound local 11:33: the Heal of thin court thin the 4th 'I
water and was always on guard thn sheep." I alit the good shep- [ sure dwelllngs.,and in quiet resting Sunday school at 10 a. m. A, J. a. m. day of February, A. 1>. ': Nonce In h..rahyIv..n. that All ',t
redllnrii, legatees, dletrllmteee, and i
against wild beasts. At night the places.-Isaiah 32: 17, 18. southbound limited 10-: tl. W, AT.hF .
herd and know tttf Weep, and am Thomas supt. Come early. No. 107 (Official Seal.' ) Clerk of the nil pernoim havlnir claim against J
sheep were put into a fold and a known of mine' Tile Judean I What were the eight woes which Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. 47 a. m. Circuit Court. the entale. of J. W Andrew Hr., d.'h;

porter guarded the entrance until shepherd know ech individual I Christ denounced against the m. At the morning service will be : No. 9, southbound. limited 11:00: I I': K. TEHnVMANHollcltor for Complainant, entied their are rinliii hereby I to reiineMted the., Honorable to lireMent \f.,' ;

morning." sheep and could tell ('t by its name. scribes and Pharisee ? Answer in keeping with the bicentennial p. m. S-B-6t-3-4, neo A. 11 11 rill n"r. county J.llle..r ,\Srt"
i liradford County" Flnrma.. for his
"Jesus was still speaking to the i So Christ knows edict separate fol- read-Matt. 231329.: celebrations In national memory of No. 191 southbound limited 12-: ipprovul within one year from date ;l '

man to whom he gave sight, and to lower of His bovver weak and February 22 George Washington. 11 a. m. JVOTHI1 OK "I'I-.('. 'I. at taTFnrs 1 !ipn
the Pharisees who had excomuni- unworthy.The The Lord Is Good-Serve the Mid-week service Wednesday at No. 12, northbound local 3:11: p. SAI.H said thereto em' ate and are nil persons required Indebtedrn to pay", }' .

cated the man and had condemned faithfulness (.B<1 love of a Lord with gladness: come before 7:30 p. m.Intermediate. I'urminnt to a decree nf the circuit, heir' eald. debt forthwith to the un. ''I

Jesus as a sinner for doing this good shepherd fef his sheep are his presence with singing. For the B. Y. P. TJ. Sundayat m.No.. 108 northbound limited 5.27: : onurt mad,and Mradford"entered on County:the 10th Florida day: of i dernlftnetl nth Adtnlnlntrator.Thin day of Jllnll.A. D. "ftt!1 I L

deed on the Sabbath. thus described b> Jesus/ "As the Lord is good: his mercy Is ever 6:30: p. m. Vera Claire Robinson p. m. February, 1932, bv tho Hon. A. V. 1933. : '

Verily verily Jesus began thus Father knoweth h1l, even so knowI lasting: and his truth endureth to president; Elizabeth Hollingsworth No. 192, northbound limited 4:39a. : cause Long wherein Judge. pro Hated her ffardware vi..... In Company that l-g-ftt-3-4 J. W. ANnnrows Administrator, jr. ;j 3 I"r

drawing attention to the Importance the Father: ant\] t lay down my all generations.-Psalm 100: 2, 5. secretary.Our m. corporation In complainant, .. --

of the discourse that was to life for the sheep Jt is no wonder What does God's spirit do for : annual roll call and social Wonnee BranchNo. and Pendants DeWItt the C name Jonas clnr et nl a ,rind are de-decree NOI'KH Foot rll"U"TIO'll' I.1 ,

follow. Then he pictured an east that so many tho)"anda: of Christ's us ? Answer read-Romans 8::26. last Wednesday evening was very 101 out 7 a. m. of foreclosure, I on Hpoclal Man- Serial No. 02U 4pepnrtment ;

ern sheepfold a large open enclosure followers have flared tortures February 23 successful. A full report will be No. 102 In at 2:40: p. m. ter publlo will outcry offer. for for cnnh axle to und the highest nell at .nil I Land Office of the at Interior.Oalneivllle.riorlda (Uen. : .

with only one entrance and death rather than desert himor The Lord is Near: The Lord Is published in this or next week's Is- T. J. Griffin Agent. and heat bidder, In front of the January: : as. ,19,12. ,
Mouth Poor of I the Court found I In Notice In tiere'v n that Henry'
where the flocks of several shep- him. nigh unto them that are of a
deny sue. .
the Town of Htnrke, llradford. county llrlffln of Blnrlin, Fl> rldn. who on )
herds were kept during the night Then Jesus made '4 declaration in broken heart; and saveth such as Closing of Mails. Florida, at the legal hour of ale : October' IT. 1028, mad Homesteadentry 'I{,

into which a thelf seeks entrance I which every Gentjle' 'is! interested be of a contrite. spirit.-Psalm 34: SEVENTH DAY AOVENTIST9 South on the the following 7th day described of March. property A. I>. ID to-*2, tar of, No"Southeast, O. 1804.( for.|laude Southeast. ,,, rtf.ll; quar,rt "6h

by climbing up over the wall "And other sheep J have. whichare 18. Train No. 107, letters 10:20: a. m wit l 4, Tnwnehlp 0 South Ita"K1 Rant. h 'i pP' to
that encloses it but the whom should cast 15. Were there to be no resur- Lot Sic' and Eight of Block Twentytwo. Tallahassee Merdllnri. I n j notice J
shepherd not of this fold: them also I Upon we our Train No. 11, parcel post 11 a. of Original Town of Rtarke of Intention to make three-year !:
enters through the door which the must bring and tiisy! shall bear my burden? Answer read-Psalm rection of the dead what would the m. according to Man of IMut. thereolrecorded ; proof, to entnhllnh claim to the land {II"' f'

porter opens for him. voice; and there Aall be one fold 55:22.: condition of those fallen asleep in North fit the. In publlo J.eed recordn Hook 'N"of Ilrad I".eTGO hove court dencrlhed at Htarke, before Florida Clerk on Circuit the I'J 9 tt't-:;/

In the first verse of today's lesson and one Bhephenj.\ Whoever engages February 24 Christ 7"For Train No. 12, parcel post 2:CO p. ford county Florida. 11th dny of March 19.12.Clnlmant I 1

Jesus said "Veril y, verily I in the work ct Christ or In The Affliction of the Godly: if the dead rise not then Is And. alHo and one strip of wide landtwentytwo Shelton. Starling nanas. ,un of witnesses Ijxwtey, :FU. p ,
half feet
unto He that entereth not the afflictions of the Christ not raised: and if Christ be m.Train of Fl... ;'j
say you. spreading his gospel\ i merely or Many are No. 10$, letters 5 p. m. I Kant: and Went a part of the Went John D. Mathews Uiwtey ''I '.
by the door into the sheepfold but mostly for pay In *>obe'll8 a hireling righteous: but the Lord dellverethhim not raised your faith is vain; ye Night malls close at 6 p. m. half of Jots Two and Four of Block olHtarke Asher Itoh .Cooper K. flukes, of Htarke..f Starke. Fla. Fla.HOOIUJH ,I '
Nineteen of the Original Town '
cllmbeth up some other way the such as Jesus Describes in this out of them all.-Psalm 34: are yet in your sins. Then they Starke & Dell Branch according; to plat thereof C. CHOM.. !I'n

same is a thief and a robber." lesson. Many hay Qone out among 19.Whence also which are fallen asleep in Mall closes 7:00: a. m. recorded In the Public Itecnrd of f-B-6t-3-4. Regiter.MAS'rrare !',

Thieves would sometimes climb the those "other Bheeb". and taught cometh wisdom and understanding Christ are perished." 1 Cor. IS/ ::16- Mall arrives 2:40: p. m. Biadford particularly, County: described, "Florida lin and follow more: "ALK .

wall of a sheepfold and steal the Christ to them so etirnes sacrific- ? Answer read-Job 18. Commencing at the Northeast corner '
Hereby notice In given that under J-\
of land. to the Bradford
sheep while the porter slept. "But ing their lives Bbd those were 28:20: 28. IS. When is the resurrection of Blue But Schedule County Hank by A. V. !*nnir by and, by virtue. of that certain decree tai;
I he that entereth in by the door is "good Shepherds"' such as Christ February 25 the righteous to take place 7 deed dated the twenty-third duy ot entered. tiy. lion. A. 'A. Aflkliin, iudKtof I'tj1ir

the shepherd of the sheep. To him mentioned. A Safe Retreat-Be thou my "For the Lord Himself shall descend : Dally effective Jan. 1, 1932 March twenty-two. 1912 an.1 unit one-half run thence, feet Kant. to county circuit, Florida court, In In and Chancery for liradford, In that ; /:.

the porter openeth: and the sheep strong habitation whereunto I may from heaven with a shout I Northbound-5:03: a. m., 9:19: a. lands of J. W, Morgan thence Sooth certain fureclonur cause wherein '1 .

hear his voice; and he calleth his WEEKLY SEtMONETTE continually resort thou hast given with the voice of the Archangeland : m., 1:59: p. m., 4:59: p. m., 8:19: p. one Went hundred twenty-two. and and five one-half feet. .thence foal. implalnnnt(Hank of Htnrke and ,M a tinker corporation Mill ,and I I.*] 'It.1/"l'

own sheep by name and, leadeth -'V'- commandment to save; for thou art with the trump of God; and m. thence North one hundred and five alters are parties defendttn on Jtn.2iltli \!
them out"Several Christ shall rise first. Southbound-9:34: a. 12:34 feet to point of beirlnrilnff. direction 1932, the undersigned special P P1
Tables A Turned/ my rock and my fortress.-Psa. the dead In m., : p. being controlled. by linen of said l lots master will iliirlnn the legal hour .
Hocks each having .a Luke 18:10.: TwP Wen went unto 71:3.: 1 Thess. 4:16.: m., 4:34: p. m,, 7:34: p. m., 12:50: a. an shown by map or plat above referred of sale on Monday the 7th dnv '
of M.h.i 1012. In, front of the ,
shepherd would be placed in a sin the temple to prQ/; the one a How did the chief priests make Note--If, as stated in Eccl. 9.5: m.Tickets to. E.: K PRIimrMAN.Hpeclal: door of t the court house. In fltarKe Hoiyth, ""
gle "fold" at night and all guardedby Pharisee and the Iber A publican. sure the Sepulchre in which the the dead know not anything then and information at Maater. Hrndford county Florida, sail to the $

a "porter." In the morning the 11. The Pharisee tood and prayed body of Jesus was placedAn : they have no knowledge of the 'I Smith's Service Station next to J. Attorney I, FHAZBIJ-for Plaintiff 2-13-4t-B-4: highest Inndn bidder I l lying for n r"'PIh: : In followIng "aidllrntlford b '''i,

several shepherds would come to thus with himself\ God I thank ewer, read Matt. 21:66.: lapse of time. "Six thousand years courthouse. cmiiily Florida, to-wlt. '
J-. ._ -- .--- .- -_ .- -- .. NK:>4 of SIO'/i' nt Section 24, Town- :
-- -- -- -- -- ---------
== ---- -- ship 7 South Range 20 Kant and alnolot ". ,',
4 In Blot'k 12 In rthennt corner \ $I
By Charles of HW\4..t NK'i' of Section/ 2*, '..Ii
Townnhlp 7 South Hanire. 21 Rant 1 'K''
-. for the purpose of satisfying a..ld .
i r" THERE ISN'T decree.. '" 'f
oNE Arlo OH VES THERE I DOMT SEE -iweuu1. LM T5, K. PKnnYMArT. .!
A STATEtwo Special Mneter In Chancery.
HOW .s
MANY THAT'S 1"C S GOT IS AND NEW HOW YoU IN NEW / KNIGHT KNJ<1I'T. Rtarke., Fla.Hollcltora ,, ,
CAPITAUS II'J THEUNION for Complainant.2t6t24. -\
TWocAPiral.s OF M IN NOT MM OK ,"""'1':11'1II""J'
GOT ? ITTi fri ri'
( Notice In +
hereby given that under f
and by virtue of that certain final
decree of foreclosure made JanuarrZltth. ,
A. D, Honorable i
Adklnn: dl:3/'r; / h 25th. ,,1Ii J:
Circuit. In and for Kradford county, I .fIo
a jI Florida In that. certain. cause wherein 0/
J Da the City of Starke, a municipal) t'\'f\\
4 nr .corporation la complainant and Ftoto-
ert McWaln and Hertha McWaln t "
his wile Joined by Robert McWaln, 1''
o her and friend,
huntiuid' next are 1 1h''tt.h
c.. defendai v7 th* undersigned a* npeclal g
will nell h t* :
the ; :: and bent ir..r": :at the >
front door of the court house, In 11 ,
Starke Hradford county, Florida I ';::0-.,,
t nn Monday the 7th day of March A. \ .
--I ; A. D 1932 d.orln.the 'legal hour of (
sale, for the purpose of satisfying/
o. Q. a. ,..,a tor sold final I decree and the amount '
_0. a therein contained, the following d.* M I
Hcrlhed real estate lying. and betnic ;
we Tw In Stark, Bradford county rinrloa. ,' y!
t.MeM. tn-wit ""+, ,
Lots. Five (R). Six (I) and nen f
_. ----- !!. _- -- .. (7) In block Hlmteen (15)! In UvlnntonTriitiy >> 'yf
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and) Company' addltlento I / ; 1}

"THE MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET"* the town of Btarke I> B. XN10HT. it ,

By L. F. Van Special Matter
ZelmUuzz A. 1'1.' rung, g '
Solicitor for Complainant. ,

: PUt.t.t 3( '! THE PET J't-I<'J It ,..., MtC1'r e i N7MAT/ O 1'D GET WOTICR OP III'"TF.R'" SALE l '

I ; AN/T81t YOU TanNIG ARRF/TED / Nonce In heretiy given that under ,'
and by virtue nf that certain final ,
I ..,AINT eT, lA/Ter QAS8rT.; ArU''O / HAT/ FOR /FRIFIGe PATER' OFTr I TOLD J '2f :": f decree, 0' foreclosure made January 4

HAPPY HEgJ/PAOE12 BABY CHICKT.I6M, :: "HHIH AND WuHMIN.yl0 ACCSyS, KEN ? enth: A. r>. 1932 tiy Honorable A. Z.Adklnn J ;
a YOLu BC SRJCK I I I __ : Jiidtre, :of the 211th Judicial I
COLORED 'EGG'S ArtP ON OIJR MEW I I I ('trcult In and fur Itradford county ,
J'fGN.f 2eA4TElt IS4T ptrtS IIII f Florida In thnt certain caune where '
OF EA.TERnT PAPEQf r4ADKlN/'r 'fHETONE In the city of Htarke a municipal i, +
I f wT/t: p corporation In complainant and R. J.
>uvln. Mrn. (}I. M. Inman. joined
h" her huet, >ari F ; CSI a i M. Iriman are defendant, the un
? an special master will, '
Zr,11d:: to the highest I and i sl
>4 EATER ONtY beet bidder la front of the front i
dour of the court house In Stark ( ?
A ?EW 'DA"t'OF" Toole Jrudford courtly Florida, on Monday
p10R6 1 the 7th. day of March A. n. ,
CU/TOMACV LA/T MIN- 1SJI, during' the 'legal hours "of sale
1(111 for the, purpose: of natlnfylnff saidfinal
UTE RAID V MADE decree, and the amnnnV thereIn ,
contained the following. dencrlbed L,
ON THE IAI>I IS/ HAT real estate. lying. and being' tn

./MOP AND THE MEN; !'" /!+ Stark to-wlt" a. lliadford county, Florida 1

0PVrg7.30J1c Ixitn One (t). Two (2) and Thr. ,
(it of Block Heventeen:! (17) In 1Jvtt
esd q -t'--- 'Inirnton-Truby and "'ompan) '. Ad.
dltlon ,. the Town of Htarke. ,
F. KNIflHT.Hollcltor I .
-- '" I) ,
S".lal Ma.l.r
f mtot wrrtm JlJa an -- .. .. A. 1'1.' f'JtP1W8. l
for Complainant
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FORD PRODUCES four,' Mr. Ford answered "either -

Bradford County Telegraph EIOIITCYLINDEREDV in principle or production. We're LAWTEf FIVE MILE I Polillcil I Annonncemeois

) AUTO going right on making 'fours' for

t Established 1877 all who want them--and the 'eight' Mrs K. B. Banff, Cor. Mr. P. P. Deklv, Cor.: FOR STATE SENATOR
Longer \Vheelbane and Lower- why that's just two fours put to In to the surge
Published Weekly on Fridays" and Entered as Second Class llang Ch HMa Feature En- gether." Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and M. P. Dekle celebrated his can many be friends of valuable. and belle serve" k'klOI

at the Post> Office at Starke Florida tirely New Models.\ The Idea of building an "eight"has family of Tampa spent the week- birthday anniversary Sunday.:! people of thin senatorial j'.trw i' rte
Matter been in Mr. Ford's mind a long end here with her parents Mr. and Among the Invited guests were: counties.composed. I of hereby Union and u J tract] |

Matthews ____ ._ ___.__ Owner and Publisher Detroit. Feb. 11.-"What's Henry time, but it must have been a great Mrs. J. H. Moore.P. Misses Ida Josephine and Winnie as a candidate for announce state myself lal
E. S. -- n Editor Ford going to do?" event throughout the company L. Dlnklns of Jacksonville Blume, Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle subject to the will of the Den; "?,r'vot.ra
____ .________ ______ Managing at the primary .Ie.."
J. C. Robinson ,. The automobile world has been plans the day Mr. Ford personallyand spent Tuesday with his family here. Klrke and Julian Dekle. June 7. 1988. I am In favoi if'II D!

asking that since the spring of alone decided to bring out an Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye and two Mr. and Mrs. James Goodge and s reductioncof tax reduction ind Ant.'

SUBSCRIPTION RATE 1930 when the industrial paralysis "eight. Bona of Jacksonville spent the children of New River spent Sun nine the state the itovernment expense "?;

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance of the world depression began to I remember seeing in the sum- week-end with her parents Mr. day here guests of her parents, strengthening favor and will work foi i sly ik

''c' Advertising Rates on Application be felt seriously. mer of 1921 -"eight" working on and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard.J. Mr. and Mrs. R. E" Parrish. laws to protect of depositors the state banklnJ and :.

Here's the answer: the testing block in the experimental C. Gatcwood has returned to Resale Carleton has returned make their liability to loss mUrk 1

not in the hands of cops. 1: As :Mr. Ford's major offeringfor room of the old tractor plant. Lawtey to accept a position with from Leesburg and will engage in for more and remote.on the I right will ever side be if alert
t All night clubs are the season now opening he Is On the floor nearby Idle was a the Postal Telegraph. farming.B. other measures which I believe "J

0- building a new model with a new "twelve." On a pedestal not faraway Mr. and Mrs. Tatum of DeLand L. Duke, Cecil Drawdy Alton pie bi for and the the best protection Interests of their of the pej:!;

A little extra cash would help most everything. eight-cylinder V-shaped motor. was an X-shaped "twenty- who have been visiting at the home and Lon Dukes motored to Ft. and prop.rty. Your vote sod rlllh'sup'

n 2: He will continue building four" All were multiples of the of Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts White Sunday. Part!f I am will elected be hi' hly your appreciated. ,,.ant

not. four-cylinder cars, an Improved basic "four." And when in 1927 have returned to their home. Misses Corinne Cawthen and me will never be t dthleh< Inn.ep.ctfully.
Wives may object to life insurance but widows model A. model 2 was abandoned and the D. W. Moore Sumter Harley and Margaret Smith, Misses Hines and Lake Butler Fla. J. M. MANN, M D

l o 3: Both V-8s and Model A 4* model A brought out, It, too, was a Dan Harley were visitors in Jack- Jack Simmons visited Mr. and Mrs. To the DemoUVot.r.;;;: : ;; .

Perhaps the can was attached to candidates purposely. will have roomier bodies of whol- "four." But it did not appear until sonville Sunday.Joe Dana L. Dukes Friday of last week. Fifteenth Senatorial Dlsti),t the

,, ly new design, longer wheelbase, the results or renewed; and extensive Oliver of Baldwin, was visIting Mrs. Duke returned with them and Many of the voters, both Bradford
a lower-hung chassis and heavier experimentation and testing the week-end with her and Union counties. which
relatives here last week. spent parents the above
The spending complex is not so complicated these days. frame than have yet apeared In with an "eight" had been laid Miss Elizabeth Edwards was visIting Mr. and Mrs. Cawthen. me, prior to senatorial the death districtiru'd of flmmtor.
Ford models. aside. Johns, to enter the race for .
0 in Jacksonville last week. Mrs. Nellie M. Butler visited Democratic
of chain letter is to unchain it. 4: The cast of the 10 cooled to During late 1930 and early in Those attending the basketball friends here Sunday. In the coming nomination primary as elecllin senator, to
The best way to dispose a be will continue In the be held In
produced 1931 experimentation with the"eight" game In Baldwin Friday night Oren Dekle and Ben F. Gainey this method of 19)2. I now !eke

1. ___ o low price field. again went forward. The were: Misses Grace Lebard Elizabeth were transacting business In,Lake announcement for making this my Important formal

Spend your money reasonably-pay your bills promptly. 5: The chassis is so built that work as done in the Edison labor- Howe Ruth Rowe Gladys Butler Monday. to office.carefully I ask consider each and every .roto

q 0- "eight" and "four" engines may atory which Edison used for 40 Reddish Mr. and Mrs. Cecil White- Mr. R. E. Parrish was in New If I ant th* nominee' my I pledge cnndlclaiy,
should cut be Interchanged at will. years, at Fort: ,Myers, Fla., and head, Paul Moore Pete Burney River on business Monday. clent service. to the people
hoarding Respectfully,
w, Leaders in the movement to stop 6: Production will start some which is now In Greenfield Ford's Claude and Vernon Rowe Billy Marion Drawdy of Leesburg Is Lake Butler Fla. HAL Y. MAIVES

loose first. time this month with the first pub- old American village. Twenty Wainwrght Claude Barrett Tom visiting relatives here this week

o lic showing early in March. "eights" were built. Mr. Edison Beck, St. Clair Harley Philip Mc- Mrs P. P. Dekle called on Mesdames Sl'PKHI'VTEMJE.NT OF StllOOLt

law think shouldbe Business Picks Up rode In one a year ago. Thoughtwas Earchen Melvin and Lacy f'Utch.Hame W A. Terry and R. T. Glover Through the solicitation of jinnr
A criminal is a person breaking a we to of my friends and my desire to ittnln
given bringing the "eight"
The question no longer la what Jones Mr. and Mrs. Law- Monday. be your school superintendent, do-
enforced. Ford is "going to do"-he's doingIt model out then. But the depression rence Dinkins. Lawtey defeated J. N. Gainey is spending this sire to announce myself as a -andl.
a now on a mighty and rapidly- was on, business was bad "the Baldwin 29-22 in a. fast and hard week here. date June for primary.this position If nominated. subject to and the

headline. Capacity or increasing scale. A new pulse beats time wasn't right. fought game.Mesdames. Resale Carleton and Julian Dekle elected I promise a faithful perrnrni-
'' Candidates Tested says of .
once the duties of
Bar this
t through the vast Ford organization C libation Not Settled H. A. and A. H. Harley called on Mr. and Mrs. T. Thomas Your votes are solKlted, and office.will

equilibrium? -it'a everywhere evident in the That didn't dispose of the question Jr., of Starke were visiting Monday evening. ne highly; appreciated. Your renpeuully. '
i0 laboratories, the works and the "An 'eight' or a 'four," how here Thursday. Russell Green of Brooker visited f H. B. WIOJI Ii,

r out shops. ever. Late last it Mr and Mrs. F. R. Carradlne friends here Sunday. I
If mosquitoes are bad have a suit of pajamas made summer was hereby announce myself a tandldate -
Henry Ford has again becomethe again pressing for an answer. It were visitors in Jacksonville Sunday Mr. and Mrs. R. J!:. Parrish at- Superintendent for re-election of Public to the Instruction office of

4 1 of cellophane. direct driving supervising, was decided to get out an Improved tended services at Little Springs of Bradford County. Your vole and

-p creative force behind the engineering model A. The engineering laboratories Little Junior Harley of Starke Saturday.L. support will be appreciated.

4 Henry Ford says he is going to i introduce a little pepper in undertakings of the Ford Motor. worked long and feverishly spent several days here last week a. Johnson and M., P. Dekle Respectfully A. J. ORIFFIS-

p ? Company. to develop improvements. Mr. Ford with his grandparents Mr. and were Shopping In Lake Butler Sat FOR TAX COLLECTOR:

the auto game. He, personally, Is making the supreme began to appear dally in the shops, Mrs. A. H. Harley. urday. I hereby announce my candlila, <"r

r0-. effort of Its career "to produce the drafting rooms, the plants, Everett Loadholtz of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs! M. P. Dekle visited of to succeed Bradford myself county as subject Tax Collet to ,the..

Avery Powell observes that a woman never exaggeratesabout ." as he expressed it today watching the development of each was visiting relatives here Mr. and Mra. 'A. P. Dukes Wed- Democratic primary to be held'" nit
i part, every detail of design and June Tth, 1932. 'I have tried to
her "what these new Umes require"the Sunday.Mr. nesday of last week. i render you faithful honest and efficient
age. most advanced torn of transportation production and thinking deeply.In ana Mrs. W. ATColley: :: and Hobble, Leon and Olin Parrish service during my first term 01[
o late autumn a day when office as your Tax Collector. I earn.estly .
came ,
at the lowest cost motored to
ever recently Fairfield They
daughter Lois of Starke, were solicit your support, and If
. 1 Usually those who criticise start off by saying "I'm not known for the greatest number of aa a Ford lieutenant said, "We visiting relatives here Sunday.J. were accompanied home by their elected again I shall continue to; ender *
believed we had a perfect 'four." you the same service as 1 have
buyers ever encompassed by the aunt Mrs. Mamie Alixon.
; criticising but- T. Moore returned to his home In the past.
4. ;, plans of any one motor manufac The improved model A was put here Sunday after spending a few Mrs. Emma Harris and Mrs A. CAUL A. KNIGHT
-0 turer. i into production. Suppliers all over weeks in Lakeland. Harris visited Mr. and Mrs. Will

c, Ghost hosiery must be on the order of bathing suIts- And it may be that the date of I the country received orders. Trainloads Mrs. W. A. Goodfellow of Harris Saturday. candidate I respectfully for the announce office of my.,1f Tax !Collector i

*] -almost invisible. Mr. Ford's big announcement- of raw material began roll Mounds 111., is spending a few days Barney Cone and Seeber Watersof subject to the action of the
ing. The Democratic voters at the lit
power plants started to primary
tiliti It -o February 11 has sentimental sig ward not here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Lake Butler were here on business June 7th. I feel that I am In 'very
peaks reached In
nificance. For that Is the months. qualified of
birthday H. Moore. Saturday.Mr. way to Hive the dutlei
being looked around at rather The foundry began the office efficient and competentseivlce.
girls prefer day
Exchange says anniversary of Thomas A. Edison
: ,j and night and the endless Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode were and Mrs.. Julius Parrish were Pledging a full and filth-
than looked up to. whom Mr. Ford so admired and carriersof visitors to Jacksonville last week. week-end visitors here. ful discharge of the duties of iheoffice
n loved. parts started a twenty-four hour to the best of my ability I
; Miss Emily Kennard spent the Mrs. Lennie Parrish and Uncle solicit
t r --0 run. Down the assembly lines and will appreciate your support "-
1 This sudden tense atmosphereof week ead in Blllie Roberts In the coming primary.
Jacksonville with her are the
on sick list
I Carrollton (Miss.) Conservative says it takes a strong big things afoot-I asked Mr. started the Improved model A In a I parents. this week.BOOTSEY'S. Respectfully CARL, JOHNS

''bq hold swelled head. Ford about it. He had come intoa never-ending stream. Mr. and
skull to a "But Mr. Ford wasn't'satlstled. Mrs. E. E. Burney were FOB CLERK OF CIRCUIT: CO UTi
d laboratory office to alt for a mo- visiting in Starke .
Qri' the Tuesday eve- hereby announce myself a candidate "
ment while something was got lieutenant went on. "His old I[ning. for the office of Clerk of the
Don't be guilty of writing anything you are ashamed ready for his eye or hand in the smile didn't come back as it usually Circuit Court of Bradford County
attending O. E. S. in .
did when : BEACH subject to the will of the voter at
4 ? to sign unless it is a valentine. workshops. He was smiling, alert- things began to hum. Starke Monday night were: Mesdames the coming primary June 7th. I sm
ly active, mentally and physically! Instead he semed to be getting (.. tiaiklns. Cor. fully tionsrlnus of the duties of I this
W. C. Wooten, G. A. Anderson
Tom- 0,1 Important office and feel that tam
madder and madder. Of
looking "fit as a fiddle" He disposed course wedidn't O. J. Phillips, E. B Wells, and ably fitted to perform them In an
.Lots of these hats being tossed into the political ring are of my question with a wave know what he was thinking A. H. A dance and efficient' manner. Never having asked
was for .
but we knew he felt supper an office In the court house i *
going to be expensive to recover. of his hand. we" weren'tyet Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Godwin and given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. fore I promise It elected to give
( on the right track. faithful honest, and
efficient service.
t1 That's nothing, he said.
of T. B.
sons Ralford at
t -o Then came December 7, a Mon were visiting Thompson Saturday night. Your support Is respectfully "olh,t-
yi Sebring American has discovered that the woman no ination."I've just That's got back all."my old determ- day. Edsel Ford came over from the home of her parents, Mr. and Among those attending this enJoy- ed. -A. J. THOMASTo
Mrs. V. R. Reddish Sunday.Mr. able affair were: Mr. and Mrs. An- ,
longer and They charge it. "To do what?" I asked. the Rouge plant and went to his the Voters of Bradford County
pays pays. office and Mrs. Herman Thede of cU Thompson Miss Grace Harvey Florida:
In the
4, Dearborn laboratories.
oti "To get the price of an automobile : Jacksonville were guests of his Moncey Thompson Mr. and Mrs. I am a candidate for re-electiuo.
down to where the Henry Ford came over. Father and to the' office of Clerk of Cit'cdt
ti ; Some couples can live together in harmony as long as buy. The public will always public come can : son were together,. alone an houror brother R. R. Thede and family Sebe Harris of Woodlawn Ned Court Bradford County Florida and
Sunday. Prlvilt Willis and I support und
Lonnie earnestly
I of the and cork screw. to so. Then things began to hap Starlingof vote ITt tm .
they can keep track can opener half-way meet a man who does Mrs. W. C. Wooten was shoppingIn Greenwood and Mr. and Mrs. R. at the election.I I
promlstf tionent
pen. to render faithful
meet the
part public's de- Jacksonville Tuesday. S. Rosier of Evergreen. and careful service. Hespectfully,
mands. I've always found It so." Production !. Stoniwwl Mrs. G. W. Roberts Is home I Mr. and Mrs. O. W ALDEHMA.N
The old advice about holding the hammer with both .I again O. W. Roddenberrv
Mr. Ford toth
moved his chair
Orders went out -pi'nts to i after being ill in St. Vincent's hospital of Foley,
spent Sunday here the
hands to avoid smashed fingers while driving nails still holds around tilted It against the wall, stop production when 35,000: of the I, for a week. Her many friends guests of their sister Mrs. L. SI., Te the Font Democratic COITNTY voters JUDAS of Bradford -

lone good. and resting one foot on the edgeof new Impoved model A'a were already will be pleased to learn she Is much Murrhee having been called here County Florida:
the desk went on. manufactured and on their I hereby announce my caridldtuy
to the beside
o improved. of their. niece MissFr.sio to succeed myself a. couiTly judge
1 Public Has Suffered way west for'early'January show. Lou Murrhee. of Bradford county -subject to the
,1\ Motion picture companies in California report their machines "You know" he added "the pub- lug, with 50DOO'r-more "In float" Groveland-Wlneman and Brook Mr. James Rosier, L. M. Murrhee Democratic primary to be held 'Fu-

for imitating snow falls are rusting from idleness this lic bas suffered a lot. Everythingwe that is, coming through! the plantIn Garage moved to new location cor- and Lacy Norman were visitors to day June IH made T, 1833.with This a fueling announce'msnt that

winter. do now must take Into accountthe finished parts' and bodies ready ner Indiana Avenue and Broad Starke Sunday afternoon. during the years In which 1 hues
served you as county judge I hurt
Y people's pocketbook. We de- for assembly. street. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Crews of rendered faithful hoiient and enl
o veloped a corking good "Four" and The whole productive organization Fort,Myers-Work on new addi- Vanderbilt were visiting Mrs. Jean cleat service to all, and at all time

1. <* Perhaps you have heard of the candidate who favored were already to let It go but we was suddenly thrown on its tion to city 'cemetery completed. Gasklna and family Sunday after 1 I In see such It In manner submitting as to my justify candidiuy me a'

better conditions-and found it was not the new effort the haunches. The' carriers slowed to you for your consideration. I
better roads, better schools noon.We earnestly\ solicit ana
public is expecting. That's why down. The trains of raw materials was twenty-five years ago. are sorry to report Mrs. W. If again honored by being' elected U
s 'P+ lower taxes. we're bringing out the 'Eight' dumped went out empty and came "My father Is never happier C. Chesser on the sick list we wish your county judge, I shall continue

-0 r now. no more. The assembly line again than when solving some big mechanical her a speedy recovery.- to render service faithful, liespuctfully.OBO honest and .efficient

The ranking discovery of 1932 was made by the New Port "You see, the public has its partIn was empty. Everybody was put to problem" said Edsel! Ford. The many friends of Miss A. UAKDINEH!
these matters. It Instinctively work on something else. "When the new model A was Fran te Lou Murrhee
I will be Foil
via AH1RS9OH
than brunettes because sorry
4 Richey Press that blondes are lighter -
knows when the time Is for What had
ripe happened brought out he left many things to to hear of her Illness. She was I hereby announce myself a candidate
: they eat less. something new. And even after The Ford "eight" had been born. others but I have never seen him taken suddenly again Thursday I for the office of Tax AsHM..or

-0 the industry has produced its best Henry Ford had decided to putIt give such attention to detail as he night and was removed from her of will Bradford of the county voters at subject the coming to the

design i and, developed its best Into production as his chief offering is now. He has worked hours at a horn here to the GUI democratic primary election to behold !>
;4 We should be thankful barbers haven't raised shaves a hospital in .. June 7th. In asking for this
manufacturing method that for the coming year. That time trying to eliminate a single Starke Monday. We all wish her office will say. that I um thoroughly
; nickel to pay for+ajhe fancy frame and photograph they are amounts to only about 90 per cent same morning to ordered the laid- part. He figures that the fewer a speedy recovery. ramlllar with the duties thereof and

t h required to display. of the completed job. The public away plans to be brought out and parts in a. car the less the risk of duties promise of If said elected office to In dltcharg/e an efficient. : the
contributes the remaining 10 per prepared for large scale produc- trouble. and courteous manner. Your vote
-o-- cent in its actual use of the car ""In the model A this was carriedso and support wilt he appra""t"d.

# At least it has been shown the people of this country how In road experience. Now the public tion.From that moment Mr. Ford in far that repair bills were cut in GREENWOOD -LOUIU II. HILL.

much it can depend on the League of Nations when we have has suffered a lot and has been person became the dynamo of the two. Our business in parts for lM Kmmnlrnc PI'I.. ., I hereby announce myself a candidate -
- g very patient. It deserves a lot whole works. He was everywhere the old model T used to run $10,- Car for th. office of Assessor ufTaxes'
finished scrapping our battle fleets. of Bradford County subject
. from the manufacturer. From now ordering directing changing. A 000.000 to $12,000,000 a month. On to the wishes of the voters to be expressed

"). -o on the public's pocketbook sits In task immeasurable by. words con- the model A this fell off to $3- :Mr. C. A. Prlngle was a business In the coming Democratic
primary If all
Robins are Invading the strawberry fields of Plant City at every conference. fronted him. The whole works had 000,000 to 4000000. The modelA visitor to Hampton Wednesday.Mr I the elected Information I guarantee, accommo
I a.Yod
:, 1 4c and farmers are digging up their shotguns. This is one class "And here's something I wishyou'd to be changed The "eight" re- didn't require as much service." and Mrs. Everett Futch given lo through courtesies that office. that Will can,appreciate be'
make pretty strong Its for quired finished parts Mr. Ford did Asked when the '
exactly new ,
\ were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Nathan your serious consideration
' ; : of tourists the state has to feed and like it. the raw material supply men. If not makes These had to be designed "eight" would be ready to jshow, Starling Sunday. ''I vote and assistance.

A, ----0 American manufacturers do their contracted for put Into Edsel Ford said: : Mr. St Clair Moseley and Bill :, N. O. WAINWRIGHT _

i Newspapers are puzzling over a strange light showing utmost to start the wheels of industry production elsewhere. A vast "We can't tell yet. We'll first I Rivers were transacting business in FOR SHERIFFTo
and the material men beginto amount of machinery had to be have to make cars to supply deal Waldo Saturday.Mr. the Democratic voters of Bradford
y' ,% over Fort Myers. Perhaps it is prosperity's headlight coming raise prices the whole effort taken out. New machinery had to ers." Leonard Strickland of Ft. I hereby County announce: my candid*''

' xy the horizon instead of around the be throttled. In times like be built for sheriff of to
over corner. may designed, elsewhere "How certain are you that you Benning Ga.. was visiting Miss this county subject
1 k u; e'p' these every one has to take some brought In and Installed. have a market for your new car?" Emmalyne Prlngle Saturday after the action Democratic of the voters primary at the election comIng -

risk make some "sacrifice and even Buyers Want FoursA promising honest -
q Henry Ford was asked."We're elected m faithful
Husband testified in court that he always answered be willing for a time to do business rumor got around that Mr. not certain." he replied. noon.Mr.. Wade Gaskins and Miss Mer. duties, and of efficient said office.performance Your vote of sndsupport the

"yea" when asked by his wife if he loved her, doing so to without profit to start the normal Ford had discontinued the "fours." "But we're going to risk IL Someone tie Norman of Woodlawn was visiting Is respectfully solicited

avoid trouble. Evidently he believed in peace at any price. processes" of Industry and business A flood of letters urged that they has to risk something to get _Mr. and Mra. Waldo PrIngle LAURICE C. CLEMONS-

again. be continued. That was good-It things started. And faith Is catch- Sunday afternoon. West Palm band-
o I That was Mr. Ford's way of disposing showed something of the market;; Ing; if we have confidence others Misses Evelyn Moeeley and Em- stand Beach-New

Times-Union says twenty-five years ago girls believed of a Titanic situation. The a lot of buyers,would continue to will too. The chief thing la to meet malylne Pringle were visiting Mr. completed.
r'' I Mayo-Blue Front opened
what boys said about the car running out of gas. Not many first engines :Mr. Ford ever made want "fours." the public's demand for somethingnew and Mrs. W.Jdo; Pringle Sunday for business.WUUstoDNumber. Grocery
had only two cylinders. Then he The volume was much greater and better '
at a price the aver- afternoon.
had and if
boys cars twenty-five years ago they had one ma made a "four." The foundation of than Mr. Ford had planned. For of sidewalk
age man can Mr.
wan usually along to see about the gas. e his world-wide Industry was the the time so far as It affected : "We're doing pay.everything In our 'with Bill Earl Rivers.Moseley spent Sunday being laid In this city. ,
success of the old model the Stuart-Five new white way
T "four. ,
0 building of "eight, ,thia unex- power to give the public that kind Mr. C. A. Prlngle.and St.
sons lights and here.
The evolution of hla 14 lights. installed
Business of Starke "V-type pected demand was disconcerting. of a car. It will be the first really Clair and J. C.
men are overlooking a good bet to eight" now. Is not to Mr. Ford Mr. Ford then had approximately :, were visiting Winter Garden-B. R. Miller received -

draw trade here by installing a storage tank and contracting the epochal event It may seem to .10,000 men working. He put halfback taking low-priced automobile and In America" Jacksonville Sunday.Mrs. contract for repairs not to
quality price together. R. H.
' r m : delivery gasoline from Duval county for'sale here at cost others To him It'a just another making" the improved modelA. "Though you are not certain of her daughter Mra. Leslie, was McClel-visiting I exceed $-tOO or city dock. -

+ to consumers. Too much trade is being drawn away from this form of'",on"bandon his old ideal. ModelIt himself. and Into with other half he fung your market you are certain you've lan Sunday, '1-Mr.' and Mrs. W. H. PrIngle Mon-

t ati section on account of retail prices of gasoline in Bradford occurred to me he might re- get out the "V-eight.changing" the plant to got"Thafa the cart"It exactly." her Mrs. Gladys Prlngle was visiting day.Mesdames

county being 22 cents, while the same gasoline retails for 15 gret abandoning the "four" modeLI Meantime pans for the "eight" No one would say anything defnlte Sunday sister afternoon.Mr. Mr*. .Leslie. McClellan L. E. and J. W. Mose-
said so."But ley of the state farm visiting1
cenU in Duval. were coming through. Mr. Ford were
regarding the retail price of : W. B. Grlffls and daughter their DaisY
we're not abandoning the was again about the plant a* be the carS slater-ln-law, .Irl.
Rena of IfaxvlUe
t .. were visiting PrIngle Sunday afternoon.'I'.

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