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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 26, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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BERRIES ARESLOWING -Starke---Unites- -In""" ---0 I Portion of Road MIDDLEBURGNEXT Starke Pays Tribute to George I!OLD SCHEDULE ..1




UPI Gala Free Bargain Gift And DayThe May] Be Finished OLDEST Washington.With Varied Events )! RAIL SERVICE '.J i


I -Pints of Season The TOWN IN U. S. A -- A t.','' '
Ten Million During Year program was held at the high Time Card of Florida Railroad
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Shipped From Plant business establishments school Monday morning opening at It i
from Fernandlna to Cedar" Key I
City Area of Starke are this -i ten o'clock with the raising of the Bradford Women Now Seaboard Air Line, .2; .

week Inaugurating; a two Contract for Construction of No Place Richer In history Than flag and sounding of a bugle "Sa- of Intermit to Many J '!
Plant City, Feb. Strawberry day Gala Bargain and Free Bridges .. Let Little Village lute to the Colors." .j; .

orwardlngs for the season through Event. Practically every Address made by Rev. E. F. Urged To Vote (Bronson Journal) ," ,{ I
last Saturday night from Plant business house Is offering Unusual Palatka, Feb. 18.-Friends of There Is no ace In Florida Montgomery, of Lake City. Considerable interest is always i'I
city passed the first ten million bargain price and In State Highway No. 28, the Bunnell- richer in history than the village of Under the direction of Mrs. Ma manifested in old railroad history ",
pint milestone and from East Hills- addition Is offering; some free. Lake City Short Route, were gratified Mlddleburg, located between the bel Wall the following choruses Organization Perfected' to Interest and so the old schedule of the Florida
borough the first twelve million article as a special Induce today at the action of the forks of Black Creek in this county were sung: "America," "Hail Co Women In Participation In Railroad, from Fernandina to ,' ,
pint figure. Dover thus far shipped ment for you to come to state road department, at its meet- At one time Mlddleburg was lumbia" and the new song by Cohen ('omlnI.rlm..rl...n Cedar Key as published In 1869 \ ,
more than two million pints of Starke today and tomorrow. ing yesterday, in adding $105,000on the prilnclpal port for water ship "The" Father of the Land We will be of particular interest to our
berries. The combined return on On page.four and five of Its teuative budget for the hard- ments in the state. That was backIn Love. The purpose of the army of readers. The schedule came Into
the movements thus far has been this issue will be found the surfacing of a portion of the Bun- 184050. Boats came up Black Pantomlng "America" were Democratic women is to urge every our hands through Arthur T. Williams
more than a million dollars to the big two-page announcement nell-San Mateo sector of the thor- Creek from the St. Johns river and Misses Lois Adklns, Murla Weeks, Democratic woman of the state to of Jacksonville who, in sending
growers of both sections. with all the free Item and oughfare. loaded with lumber, croastlea, wood Kathryn Hayncs. become a qualified voter before It writes the following letter:
Shipments out of Plant City great bargain price offeredfor "While the budget has not been and cotton. Pantomlng "Hail Columbia"were May 21st and form a permanent "In looking over some old Fer- ;1 '
through Saturday night stood at these two duy. formally adopted, I feel sure that The writer Avery Powell, In Misses Miriam Jacobs, Kitty organization to be known as the rmmllna papers which have recent. .
10,124,176 pints while those from It will pay you to, read the this item will remain and that at delving Into the past of Mlddleburg, Hogsed, Martha Brownlee. (All "Army of Democratic Women", also '''Iy come Into my hands I saw the ;: ,
Dover stood at 2,084,793 pints. ad. and come to town todayor least one-third of the 22 mile was told that about ten years af- dressed In appropriate costume.) to raise money for the victory''' following schedule of the Florida r '
Continuation of the dry and hot tomorrow; bring this paper stretch will be hard-surfaced this ter the settlement of St. Augus George Washington memorial fund. Railroad, and thinking It might be I

weather In this section hit pro- with you, It will aid you year," John W. Campbell executive tine, several Spanish families, desiring memorial trees were decldated by The organization Is the most Im- of Interest to you am sending you I',"
duction of fruit during the latter In your shopping and help vice-president of the Road 28 As- to engage in farming, moved Mr G. M. Inman. Washington portant phase of the army. Our : a copy. ,. It
half of the week and one'last you save time In finding the sociation told the News today. "I back into the interior on Black Avenue was dedicated by Mr L. women, in the past, have been en- "It appears in the newspaper ': ,,,I ,
Thursday but 66,340 pints of ber- articles you need at special! would not be surprised, in the eventof Creek near where Mlddleburg now Wyman. tirely too negligent of their obligation 'Island City' published every 'i t.
ries were forwarded out of here. reductions. an emergency federal aid appropriation stands. Among these families Stores closed at one o'clock for of citizenship. As proof of Thursday by C. H. Allen of the ','
Saturday the movement was but Almost every conceivableItem bill, now pending in were Taratus Alvarez, Andreu and the afternoon. In the afternoon this statement, it Is estimated that date of June 30, 1870. '": .
181,928 pints, the smallest Satur- you can think of Is be- congress is enacted If the road' Dllsbury. Many of the descendantsof there was a parade, address by scarcely two-fifths of the womenof "It took about twelve hours to ale ..
day movement since the first weekIn ing offered by these establishment should be completed by the end of these families are now living in Supt. A. J. Griffis and field day Bradford county are registeredto make the trip from Fernandina to ''
January The fruit continues to *. the year," Mr. Campbell said. that section. It is not known what program. vote. Just now when there Is/ Cedar Key." : I
get smaller with indications that Federal aid funds must be the Spaniards called the settle- The outcome of the Washingtonfield so much discouragement and dls- The schedule follows: I I''JI! '
the season cannot help but be +-n_ _._ ___,__. matched by the state, dollar for ment, but ,the Alvarezes and An- day events are as follows: satisfaction among our people, the Florida Kallrond, Change of : /,
wound up prematurely.It dollar, except such as constitutean dreus moved on farther back to 80 yard dash: W T. Weeks, 1st; loyal and united! strength of womanhood Schedule :
was reported at the Miller auc- emergency appropriation Mr. what is now Bradford county: Later Mitch Edwards, 2nd; Reese Brad la needed to back up the On and after November 10th, ,f I
tion Saturday night that 20 cars WILL\ REPAIR Campbell explained. in 1820.25( many American ley, 3rd. Democratic party more than ever 18fi9, the trains on this road will il
of berries would roll out that night Contract for the* building" of families moved, to the same loca- 100 yard dash; Chas Pender, let; before. State general Mrs. Jas. run as follows: "! "

from Louisiana. Indications it was bridges between San Mateo and tion, among them being the Snow- Stanley Bennett, 2nd; Curtis Quarles M. Carson, of Miami, said, "No Going/ South :, '

said, however, were that the crop ROAD NO. 13 Bunnell was awarded by the road den, Frisbee, Bardln, Registers 3rd. woman can dedicate herself to a Lv. Fernandlna ____u_ 0:3o: ( a. m. \; '.
would not come on out there in full department yesterday to Powell Tippins, Chalker. Prevatt and Hurdling: Chas Pender, 1st. higher earthly cause than the Lv. Baldwin n________10A5'a.: m. f.I'
force until the first part of next Brothers, of Ft. Lauderdale, con- Scanning families., They engagedin Sack race: Norman, 1st; Mildred principles of good government. Lv, Starke ----------_12:05: p. m. I.i: ;l
month. tracted who constructed the Dunn farming an< $' quite a town was McRae, 2nd; Hazel Crews, 3rd. The success of the Democratic Lv. Waldo ---__ ------_12:55: p. m. .
Five cars were on the auction Included In the budget for this Creek bridge. This work 'will be- built up at that;, time, larger than 60 yard dash, girls: Johns, 1st; party la dependent In a largo measuie Lv, Gainesville -------- 2:00: p. m. .
Saturday night, two from Plant year set aside by the state road gin at an early date. the village ?of Cowford, now Jack- Dorothy Smith, 2nd; Hazel Crews, upon party organization, and Lv Archer -u_ 3:10: p. m. r
City bringing 8 1-2 and 8 1-4 cents, department at their meeting in sonville. 3rd. In a country as great as ours, Lv. Bronson ______u__. 3:50: p. m. It.
at Bowling Green 7 1-4, two from Lakeland on February 17th was Middleburg was then called the High Jump, small boys: Lester party organization requires ade- Arrive Cedar Key: ____ 6:15: p. m. : ,
Zolfo Springs bringing 7 3-4 and the sum of $45,000 for repairingand Bradford and Union 'Win town of Black Creek the creek Parrish, 1st; W, T. Weeks, 2nd. quate funds. Therefore: The victory Going/ North !I1 t.*

7 12. Friday night one Plant City rebuilding state road 13 from In The Boys 4-H ExhibitUnion being so named because the wateris Broad jump: Charles Pender, fund legion.All Lv. Cedar Key -______ 6:00: a. m. 'I'
brought 8 cents and two pass- the Bradford county line to Waldo. nearly jet black.In 1st; J. B. Silcox, 2nd; Lester Aus donations to the victory fund Lv. Bronaon _________- 8:20: a. m. ; .
car Lack of funds will help up the repairing tin, 3rd. Lv. Archer ______
8:00
ed. A Bowling Green car brought 1840, the Chalkers built a are sent directly to the Democratic ----- : a. m. I
of this road from Waldo to 15 exhibits: is still High Jump: Paul Raymond let; Lv. Onlneevllle10:10 4
8 cents and a Lakeland car was county large two-story house. It headquarters in New York whereit :: a. m. !
Gainesville this year, It was stated. First, for the best county exhibit standing and in it lives Mrs. M. A Stanley Bennett, 3rd. will be used, to send the principles Lv. Waldo ----_______.11:15: a. m. ,
passed. Lack of funds will also preventthe $50.00. Chalker.. who la one of the oldest Relay, small boys: Starke, lat; and platform of the Democratic Lv. Starke --__----_. __12:05: p. m. r.'.
LICENSE LAW SEVERE hardsurfaclng of the road from In exhibit of large ear corn: J. residents of Middleburg. The Hampton 2nd; Brooker 3rd. party to every home In the Lv. Baldwin ---------?_ 2:05: p. m. .1 t 1 r
AFTER MARCH FIRST Starke to and through the state Reamer Thomas, 2nd on 7y ears, Methodist church used by the early Relay, larger boys: Starke Int. nation and whereever else seen fit Arrive Fernandina ___., 5:40: p. m. tij 1ft') i:"",
prison farm, the minutes of the $12.50,' 3rd on 10 ears $7.00, 1950. settlers is still inn good shape and Total score: Starke, 44; Brooker, In order to win the victory for a Connects with Charleston and :
Motorists_''who have failed to Tallahassee meeting showing that Claude Byrd, 3rd on 70 ears $10. Is being used. It was constructedin 1; Hell bronn, 0; Hampton, B. Democratic president In 1932. Savannah steamers at Fernandina 5 '> !
comply with the state automlble the board could not take on this Howard Moore, 4th on 70 ears, 1847. The old bell for this Judges, Mr. David Moore, Lawtey; Those who contribute to this fund with Tallahassee and Jacksonville ;I! (.
license law by the first of March project on account of other work $8.00; 2nd on 10 ears, $8.00-$16.00. church was bought in New Yorkin Mr. Laurlce demons'', Hellbronn; become "stockholders" in this great road at Baldwin; with Alliance ;'I'
are subject to drastic penalties, ac- demanding the major part of the Spence Dicks, 5th on 70 ears, $6.00; 1855 and sounds Its tones to Mr. E. 1(. Perryman, Starke: Mr. victory legion. Line of Steamers at Cedar Key for n
cording to the letter of the law available funds for this year. 7th on 10 ears, $3.00-$9.00. bring people to church today. L. A. Brown, Brooker, Mr. T. D.Rickenbaker. Mrs. L. A. Davis, a* colonel of Tampa Key West and Havana, ; r :
passed at the last session of the The late Senator Johns was Charlie Varnes, 10th on 70 ears, One of the battles of the Civil Hampton. Bradford county, has the county South and St. Marks, Apalachicola, I ,
I state legislature. Motorists have very active in keeping the comple- $1.00; 4th on 10 ears, $6-$7.00. War was fought between Green Monday evening at eight o'clocka MO organized as to give every man Pensucola and New Orleans, west; ,
Just a week now to comply with tion of this road before state officials Callis Brannen 8th on 10 ears, Cove Springs and Middleburg, George Washington reception, in and woman In the county an op- also with fine steamer "Kelso" direct : Ii,
already and was successful In get- '200. west of colonial costume, was held at the from Ceday Key to !
not miles
the law If they have three and one-half portunity to Join thin victory legion Mobile .t I ,
secured their license tag. After ting It constructed to the point Russell Williams, 6th on 10 ears, Old Town. It was called the bat Woman's Club building. Followingthe I by making a cash donation of at through Cedar Key to Mobile In 86 : I Jt k+,::};
March 1, those who have not secured where hardsurfaclng was the next $4.00.In tle of Tiger Head. delightful program, informal least ten cents per voter to their hours. J II! !r!,1,1 t',
their licenses will be sub- step, but unless. there is concerted exhibit of small ear corn: Carl Clay and St..Johns counties were 'dancing was enjoyed. e, I respective captains appointed In A, B. Noyea, Asit. Supt. Fernan. j,V 11 ,'
ject to arrest, according to the action on the part of our citizensthe Dukes, 1st on 70 ears $15.00; 6th part of Duval county in those days The program rendered was as i each voting precinct. dlna, Nov. 11th, 1869. ;!!-i:
law. completion of this road will be on 10 ears, $4-$19.00. and court was held ,at St. Augus- follows rVocal I The ladles acting as captains e ';
delayed from year to year. J. P. Bennett, 4th on 70 ears, $8; tine. In 1855 i more than seven solo, "Wondrous Days"- 'over the county have offered their
2nd on 10 ears, $8.00-$16.00. hundred people lived in Mlddleburg. Mrs. R. J. Davis. time and services for the love and Circuit CourtOpens '
County Court In Starke Independents Garlon Reaves, 5th on 70 ears, Later the courthouse was moved Reading, "Bicentennial Blues" Interest of the party and deserve I '

Baldwin'33-27 $6.00; 8th on 10 ears $2-$8.00. there and It was,known as Web- Miss Lucille Mitchell. the consideration and respect of
Down
Seeber Crawford 9th on 70 ears, Vocal solo, "Beneath the Weep- every Democrat. They are as follows i; )
$2.00. fter.Before ing Willow Shade"-Mrs. J. D. Monday .
Session Two Davs the Civil War two of the : -, :
Lafayette Thomas, 9th on 10 ears Doyle.
Starke Independent girls cage largest slave holders were George Major Mrs. R. A Weeks. i'l 'J<'
outfit defeated Baldwin's fast town $1; total 16350. Branning and Oslos A. Budlngton.Mr. Duet, "Long, Long Ago"-Ruth Captains, Lawtey, Precinct No. f. '\ nms
team 33-27 on the Baldwin court Bradford county 12 exhibits: Budington was a sea captain.He Wyman and Margaret Lowry 1.Mrs.. W K. Torode, Mrs. Mae The special session of circuit :+ );1
Eleven cases were disposed of Thursday night. The game was Second best county exhibits, $25. was born November 28 1796, Playet, "A Visit from Washing. Biggs Wells, Mrs. Jail H. Moore. court for Bradford county, set by t r"
the session of county Judge'scourt In exhibits of ears, Cliff ton"-Chas. Pender and Victor Judge A. Z. Adklna to ,
during large
one of the fastest of the season. and died August 24, 1886. Ills re. ; North Starke Precinct No.2, clear the i i .. ,
Tuesday and Wednesday, one Kelly, 9th on 70 ears, $2; Woodrow Thomas. docket of accumulated cases will
"Rusty" Chapin Starke forward mains rest in the old family ceme- Mrs. E. S. Matthews Mrs. J. M. ,
case being dismissed and two being scored 19 points while her mate Hinson, 5th on 10 ears $5.00.In tery at Mlddleburg. O. A Prevatt Reading, "The Little Hatchet Alvarez, Mrs. O. C. White, Mrs. J. open Monday morning, Jurors and :>
found not guilty by jury, exhibits of small ears: Ivan Story"-Marjorle Stump. witnesses having been summoned
"Scootle" Andrews followed closely was also one of the old settlers, E. Corpenlng. Mrs J. L. Frazee.
Jerry Ward, charged with trespass with 14 points. Murla Weeks and Hazen, 6th on 70 ears, $5.00;; 4th I going to Mlddleburg In 1851. Piano Solo, "Minuet"-.Mrs. H. Precinct No.3, South Starke, to appear that day. Cases have I
after warning, was given a Patsy Brinson played well at center on 10 ears $6.00, $11.00; Clarence Back in the early days before V. Knight. Mrs. J. C. Robinson, Mrs. Jt. F. been set by the court for hearing If, i
fine of $25 and costs or 90 days as did Dora Manning, Doris Rhoden, 10th on 10 ears $1.00; I and during the Indian war, It is Vocal duet, "Travellers Benighted" Demorent, Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., on four days, aa follows: i?... (
after he was found guilty of the the Markalee Brannen, 10th on 70 ears ,Mrs. R. J. Davis and Mr. John Mrs. L. D. Monday--Perry Johns attempt ""
Meade and Estelle Kendrick at stated that the Indians had a large Mm. J. M. Mitchell '
charge by jury. guard posts. The pass work of 1.00Total, $45.00. on the shores of Black Creek Powell. Vining. ed larceny. Arthur Barron, two I. ,'.'
John Ward, charged with trespass the entire team was excellent. The The boys from Union and Brad-I:! camp near the present town of Middle- Reception, with the following Precinct No 4, Graham, Mrs. C. cases charging grand larceny and lt k
after warning, was found Stnrkeltea wUl meet the Baldwin ford counties bad good corn, but burg. They foraged as far away persona, dreaded in Colonial cue ''D. Roberts embezzlement ;I'r
guilty by jury. Owing to his age team on the home court in the near failed to win grand champion bushel as South Georgia. Along about tumes receiving: George Washington I Precinct No. '5, Hampton, Mrs. Tuesday! Mamie Barron. assault '" .r'.. ,
of 15 years, he was paroled to his future." 10 ears, and one ear. *,ou can i that time, so it Is stated a band Mrs. C. A. Futch; Martha I Beulah Hunt, Mrs. Marjorie Col- to murder. Everett Crews, assault '
father pending future behavior. do better next time by making a of pirates made a camp on the Washington, Mrs. H. H. Young; : ley. to murder. Levy Alvarez, bigamy. if' .
Raleigh Ward, concealed weap- Girls' Team Trounce Green Cove more careful selection. shores of the creek near the Indian Betty Washington, Mrs. J. M. Precinct No.6. Theresa, Mrs. Wednesday- ,Florence Wiley, et it''
verdict guilty. $100 and costsor Mitchell, descendent of Betty ala., grand larceny.
ons; Charley ;
AI'1. "
Spring Team 29-13 and built up quite a village. Mae May.Precinct 1.
30 Defendant had been Union camp Washington and Col. Fielding varez, et ala., P I '.
IRVS. Starke Independent sextet Bradford and They used this as their hiding No. 7, New River, Mrs larceny. Bubber :
confined to the county jail for 60 trounced the Green Cove cagers, /-// Clubs to Broadcast place, dashing out at times Into Lewis; Mary Washington, Mrs. W Floyd Wiggins. j Clark assault to murder ; i i1'
days to his trial. E. Middleton Nellie Custis, Miss Thursday--Robert Nolan et als.
prior ;
by score of 29-13 on the Green the St. Johns river thence to the Precinct No.8, Brooker Mrs. t ,
Tommy Lee, trespass after :Sara Hope Haynes; Lord Fairfax, assault to murder. G. L. Sapp,
Mills Lubedla Pin- :
Cove court Friday night. "Rusty"Chapin The Bradford- and Union county ocean, where they would loot some L. R. Waters re.'I'I t
warning; plead guilty. $1 and costs. Mr. John Powell; Richard Henry ceiving stolen property. :
and Captain "Scootle" Andrews 4-H Club will broadcast March 4, unfortunate ship and then dash holster Mr. Homer Gainey.STAIIKEBILtDFOitD :
Will Davis entering dwelling. Lee and wife, Mr and Mrs. J. W. I f; ''.
forward Is
of played at the positions from 7 to 7:30 o'clock over WRUFin i back to their rendezvous. It "
Case dismissed upon payment Morgan.Tea HTAKKE INDEPENDENTS '
i.
Weeks and Ruth I
Murla Gainesville.The stated that the pirates had trouble I
costs. Sternberg at center, while Dora to be rendered Is with the Indians and a band of old and wafers were served NIOIIT AT TilE RACES WIN TWO OAMEH ,k ''{.
John ;Moseley and Troy King, program those present. Mrs. C. A t
and Doris Meade held Knight T
Manning Billy Bowlcgs' followers slaught
follows
breaking and entering; plead as : 'and Miss Pearl Jordan poured tea Plans have been made by a large ; 4( '
down the guard posts. The Starke "Dreaming"-Misses Oulda and ered them all in a pitched battle The Starke Independent defeated !
guilty. Sentenced to reform' school team grabbed a lead in the first Vivian Brannen,. Jesse Lee Shaw, one day, but this is merely heresay.No at a prettily appointed table, centering number of Starke and Bradford Palatka 26-22 in one of the !i r',"
for 18 months. quarter and held it through out the Alva Fowler Lucile Denmark, history records a battle of that which was a low bowl filled county people to attend the greyhound fastest game ever seen on the ;.
Luther Clark, petit larceny; game. Earnestine Andrews, Katherine nature being fought However, it Is I.a with early spring flowers; others races tonight at Clay Coun- Melrose court Wednesday night. '
plead guilty. Sentenced to reform Dowling and Ollie Mae Townsend, fact that there was a fort at that I assisting In serving were Mr. G. ty Kennel Club's greyhound trackat Starke got away to an 8 to 0 lead "1 "
school for 18 months. acompanlst, :Mrs. A. Lee of Lake location during the Seminole In- P. Raymond, Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Orange Park, the night of February In the first quarter but Palatka '
1
Henry Small, trespassing on dian war. Several companies of Miss Mabel Weller 26th having been set aside pulled up in the last half, and It 'I,

posted lands; dismissed. j With The Candidates, I j ja Butler Home Demonstration Work in United 'States soldiers camped by the management as Bradford wan anybody's game from then on. $ '
H. reckless MRS. IIOOAN
M. Thomas, opera- Bradford and Union Counties- there until the Indians were driven SMITH County-Starke night. Free tickets Starke also defeated Gainesville '
tion of automobile; plead guilty. -.. .-.. .-... ... .' Miss Pearl Jordan. farther south. will be provided anyone desiring to 14 to 12 In the last game This ') :

91 and coats. With this week's contribution to Duet, -"Dance of the Wind" Old residents say that a Mrs. Mrs. Hogan Smith of Sampson attend and they may be obtained game was also very fast 4 ;I
Lonzo Moore and Oscar Prescott, City, died with pneumonia at the '
from Mayor Wall by request. Kraft McEarchen and McDonald '
candidatesin and Mamie with wa in the ,
the list of announcing Misses\ Clarna Knight Snowden others K
petit larceny not guilty. Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville of the If:1
; president
the June primaries, the list Howard. fort with six children. She took a Myer Goldberg were outstanding for Starke In : :
John and Andrew Magyars early Thursday morning. Her
Magyar club: has announced that the fea both Hogeboom and Cone, \ I'
field Educational wanted to to her game
sweets to sixteen, with the Club Work from an notion she go
found and
John Magyarl body was brought to Starke
larceny. ture of the evening will be
race
for Palatka. Crewa
commis- A. J All tried to dissuade her were Impressive
:Mr Grtffis. home.
still wide open for county Standpoint- "
not guilty; Andrew :Magyarl plead taken to her home at Sampson designated the Bradford County-
Gainesville'
of 12
scored 10 points
school Work I She went and the
sioners and members of the Home Demonstration as from this move.
guilty and was given a fine of $30 City Thursday afternoon. Funeral Starke handicap, and In this race vAT r
Mrs. L. A. Davis. Indians her stood the six l<
board. See It captured :
and coats or 90 days. services will be beld today (Friday some of the outstanding I'i'
grey-
First to declare themselves in as My Club Garden-Miss Essie children In a row and shot them THE GAEITY J.'J\fI: ': ;
i i. ) at 3 o'clock at the Methodist hounds will be entered. \ ,
Birth candidates for representative are Sapp. and left Mrs. .Snowden for dead. ''i '.' 'ti
church with Rev. W. F. Jones, of- .
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Wilkinson, G. M. Inman of Starke, and T. B. Ensemble "Moonlight and However she recovered and scouts elating. Interment will be at New MadUon Store building back ofDavis' The Jacksonlan Players are pre. j jir;
of Brooker. Rose*"-Robert Geiger, Clarna found her and took three of vaudeville i
Maxville Feb. 18th. Pinholater coming along seating night '
son, Hope cemetery near Brooker with Drug Store being redecorated -
Geo. A. Gardiner Mrs. A. Lee James Lee her back to the fort. I Theatre this week.
Knight,
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Starling, Opposing Judge DeWitt C. Jones Company In preparatory to being occupiedby at the Gaiety J 2 n
Starke son Feb. 22nd. Col. E. K. Perryman announces and Jean Lee. Indian Fort, on the north prong -I Express Company. Thursday, Friday and Saturday f
Mr and Mrs. Carl Johns. Stark. In this Issue for the county Home Improvement-Mis* Mar of Black Creek near Mlddleburg Beaaley"* horse bad stopped to night, consisting of singing, dancing ; t't'" '
daughter Feb. 23rd. judgeship. garet Prevatt. was given the name because a Mr. drink and an Indian hiding at the charge. Pallbearers are: Messrs. J. music and funny .
Sheriff W. J. Epperson also announces 4-H County Council Annie Beasley was killed there by the edge of the water shot him with an M. MltcheL' F. F Stump A. O. Very low admission /f?
Marlanna Suwannee GroceryCo. his Intention to seek-re- Laura Tucker. Indian while he and George Bran arrow and killed him. Branning Andreu H. C. Wall, L. A. Davis Ing asked for these COmedlanB.1 i .1!; f.';,

purchased Stal y-. Grocery Co. election to the office of sheriff Song, "Home"-Eight girls ning were crossing the creek Mr. wan not harmed. and Olin White. these popular players. i Ii.'.; ,

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PROFITABLE KEPT PARASITE PIGS ARE FREE And the Worst is Yet to Come-

FARM NEWS SECTION AND SUPPLIED GRAZINGBy News of Florida in Short Paragraphs


( Spuds Johnson.) -

While hogs are not selling for as y \, II / 9._

Conducted By high prices as formerly, a good 5,, I -
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many farms in Florida are well I l r LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD
L T. DYER, County Agent; \ ", ,
and thereIs
to
adapted hog raising I i' ,
MISS PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent; about as much money in that ,

business right now as any other V

general farming line. So a large ..
Best Fungicide For Melon and Pickle number of us Florida farmers will r BY OUR EXCHANGES

Rose Worms Are Easily be raising hogs this year as usual. v rY .. .. ---------------
Controlling One thing that we can do right ......... ... 4

I Diseases is Sulfur Trapped In Squash away to help ourselves make more Marianna Thirteen thousand road No. 28, was showing a branch

profits is to practice a sanitary; dollars was realized from 1,375 of the cultivated highland blue '

Melon and system of raising pigs and prevent sold the Jackson ry, with berries almost
Leesburg, Fla.-The best all-pur- Gainesville, Fla. I barrels of syrup by ready to ,
pose fungicide for the control of pickle worms which bore into can- them from becoming infested with I County Cooperative Syrup as- ripen and also stated that he had I

such rose diseases as black spot, taloupes, cucumbers, and squashes, internal parasites. Pigs free of I I I sociation according to report made a number of bushes of the dew bet.

brown canker, and powdery mildew prefer a good trap crop for them ;, parasites grow more rapidly ambring I I i I Il I Io this week. An increase in produc- ties with fruit on them about i a

is sulfur in some form, explains J. R. Watson entomologist at the I larger returns. l I ," tion is expected next year. large as his thumb nail.

Dr. W. B. Shippy ornamentel Florida Experiment Station recently Keeping them free of parasites -

disease specialist at the Florida explained. Is not so difficult. They shouldbe Tampa-When they raid whis- Palatka-Flrst movement of the

Experiment Station laboratory Growers should take advantage farrowed on land which has been key stills Sheriff Will Bacon and 1932 potato crop from this section I

f .here. Some fungicide is often of this preference and plant a few cultivated since hogs were grazed his deputies carry rifles. Persons was under way today with (George

'", needed since many rose bushes are squash! around the field and In rows on it, preferably on a field of oats who sometimes object to the sheriffs Allen Bunnell grower, shipping,

diseased aa shown by the leaves' every few feet over the area. The or some crop which will furnish intrusions would snipe with crop of his 60 acre Bimini tract

I being pale, yellow, spotted or even squash are best planted at the green grazing. Last year I turned high powered rifles at the raiders, from Kspanola. Allen baa been

disfigured.The same time the cantaloupes: or cu- five BOWS onto five acres of oatsin often from a distance of a quarter the first digger in the section for

sulfur may be used either asa cumbers ate planted. Since they February. They farrowed in 1 of a mile. Equipped only with pistols the past three years and Is one of

y dust or in the liquid form, as will bloom sooner, they will attract March. and both sows and pigs the deputies were helpless. the largest growers, operating two

lime-sulfur.! The liquids are more the: worms. As soon as the squash were allowed to stay on the oats 1M farms. He hall also considerable

apt to cause burning:, and are us- become thoroughly infested they field until the first of May. They Miami Miami's campaign acreage in at Haw Creek. No In.

ually more unsightly on the foliage. should be fed to the stock or other were fed about a one-third grain against armed robbery has driven dication as to how the crop would I

In New wise destroyed.This ration in addition.In run was expected before
, J"; Recent experiments Jersey holdup men to fisticuff threats.! tonight, I
, and New York have shown that trap crop will only diminish May the shoats were turned ,. After six holdup men in two when it was possible to check the

finely ground sulfur dust Is very the number of worms, and one onto a field of cattail millet, sorghum months were sentenced to life Imprisonment -! yield as well as the percentage ol

effective. The dusts may be hadt must resort to some poison for fur- and peas where they were 1 for possessing guns No. 1 tubers. Digging will also

; in green colors and be less noticed ,ther control.It grazed until put on early corn and .. when they robbed their victims, get under way this week In the

, on the foliage. Cooperlime dust Is almost impossible to poison peas for fattening. When butchered two "stickup" artists relieved E. J. Federal Point section it was ex.

" \, and bordeaux mixture are effective the pickle worm, since its entire in October they weighed from Hagerty of Atlanta, of $62, using pected. The proximity to the river

1 against most rose diseases, but life Is spent on the inside of the 160 to 170 pounds each and were I their fists as their only threat. usually matures the Federal
i. are of little help in controlling plant. The egg is laid in the blossoms free of worms. ----- r- Point potatoes among the earliest

powdery mildew. The so-called and the little worm soon They were watered from sani- )ll OI. __ -__________ .- .-- I Monticello-One negro was kill- in the section. By the end of the

stainless fungicides of the ammon- bores Into the blossom or stems. tary water barrels, rather than be- -- ed and another was seriously week It was expected that a

lacal copper carbonate class have The egg for the melon worm on ing allowed (or forced) to obtain I Sunday healthy movement of potatoes
+ 4 wounded during a quarrel
, ii'' not shown up well against rose dls- the other hand, Is laid on leaves, water from mudholes and old hog 1'1 > morning about three miles south- would be under way.
1.'e eases. and there the young feeds for a few wallows, which are excellent j HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES' WRUF FARM PROGRAM > .
I east of Waukeenah on the old plan-
Dr. Shippy cautioned against the days before boring into the melon. sources of parasite infestation. 1 < .i tation road. Willie Green is being Key West-Plasterers now doing I

setting of rose bushes that show While feeding on the leaves it Is Folks over at Gainesville tell me Weekly f ro.m Home Demonstration < "The v Florida" > held for murder in connection with work preliminary to stuccoing of j

signs of any disease and advisedthe best poisoned with lead arsenate. that if the pigs are kept free of Specialist TalIabMee8 : of exterior of Marine Hospital annex
the to death Henry
removing of all diseased wood Since cucumbers and melons are parasites until they are 4 monthsold Haywood.shooting The trouble occurred

i as soon as it Is noticed. Fallen frequently sprayed with bordeauxthe they will not be bothered after Gainesville, Fla.-Farm radio' the
held
{ I during a festival being by
f leaves are a primary source of best plan Is to put one pound that. EGO DISHES listeners will be offered many practical Edwards was the
spreading rose diseases, and leaves of lead arsenate into 50 gallons of It ia a paying proposition to keep talks by College of Agriculture -'; negroes.who Pinkey wounded.

under diseased plants should be the bordeaux.It's them free of parasites and to pro- Few foods lend themselves to workers next week from state negro was J

destroyed as soon as they fall. not easy to control the pickle vide grazing crops for them to such a variety of dishes and many radio station WRUF, the Florida DeFunlak Springs-The most favorable -

It For adequate protection the worm in squash, but the melon harvest. nutritionists recommend that the Agricultural Extension Service has
has been taken
core yet
11 plants should be contluously cover- worm can be controlled by spray- .. family dietary be so placed as to announced These talks will be here.
from the test oil well near
ed with some good fungicide. The ing weekly. GIRLS SHOW PICTURES in elude In some form an egg a day broadcast as" the main feature of )
Estabrook the
I application should be light and TO RAISE CLUB MONEY for each member of the family. the Florida farm hour, from noon "The core superin-
tendent said "was a hard cap with
FEDERAL STATION AT
thoroughly distributed over the Plain Omelet
; time.
Fluffy standard
to 12:45: eastern
loose sand and offers I think
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plant. The fungicide should be applied LAKE CITY PLANS TO Ocala, Fla.-A series of three For the average family use 4 The schedule follows: green How Progress
I the best indications of
before rather than after STUDY NAVAL STORES I educational and entertaining mo- eggs, 4 tablespoonfuls hot water, Sat., Feb. 27-Florida Farm commercial that we have approaching yet had.) is Made Possible

rains and during the cooler por- tion pictures were recently shownin salt and pepper and butter or other News and Hints. Weekly Letter .
Washington, D. C.-To help reduce We may not find a commercialwell Loa iawm lh. uy .* rn..r.faf
tion of the day. It makes little 13 communities In Marion county Editorial
Johnson. ._.....
from Spuds *
fat.Beat but all indications certainly grtm ettyi(-- nr Ih ,
difference whether the plant Is dryor the enormous wastes in the reports Miss Tillie Roesel, home the egg whites until stiff. Snapshots. t i.1.1.1 ......, ........ .... BllUoM.*
manufacture of naval stores, the point that way, and I can only say MrfoiubChoBun ... ... Cndllud
moist, but It should not be drip- demonstration agent. The shows Beat the yolks until thick and lem- and W Mil
Mon., Feb. 29--Save the Pigs that we regard the outlook as decidedly ... u4 to lk. bufe. of
U. S. Department of Agriculture is all poulLU
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ping wet. were sponsored by the 4-H club on colored then beat into them the ........
Cut Production Costs-W. J. favorable." .........-,....,--.. .
already investigating nearly 30 girls and small admission fees hot water and add salt and pep- Sheely. Grazing Crops for Hogs- ." ...-_./fu _.
..k '281 BIRDS ENTERED phases of the industry at the new were charged to raise money for per. Cut and fold together the .... ...a.r/r rlrr INw Au -
naval stores station at Lake 'J. Lee Smith. Palatka-A. L. Baughman of "._. PUSMIANCEl Y.rfck.kjm. -
IN ANNUAL STATE 4-11 Ctty
scholarships to the girls' short yolks and stiffly beaten whites. : Corn ....... ........i I
: Tues., March 1-Control of Peniel was exhibiting In Palatka aslI -MJ
Dr. W.. W. Skinner assistant
CLUB POULTRY SHOW ,
t says course at the state college for Melt enough, fat in a frying pan I III Ml Mil I_ y--- I
'chief of the chemical and technol- women this summer. More than to grease the bottom and sides. [nsects-J. R. Watson. Farm Ques- Saturday a ripe peach which he --.....-..-,mfta;.. M k.w k I.* 1 I

DeLand, Fla.-Two hundred thir I'ogical research unit of the Bureauof 1,000 persons saw the shows. Turn the egg mixture Into the pan tion Box. picked from his orchard The ,ai.w.Mr_.. r r..r..a
birds entered 33 Chemistry and Soils who Is in Wed., March 2-powdery Mil- peach was not a freak for there
by
ty-one were
and
The pictures were about wildflowers cook over a slow fire until it Is
boys and girls in the second annual charge of the work home improvement and! puffy and a light brown under- dew of Crape MyrtleErdmanWest. are several quarts just like it at J HAROLD C. WALL

state 4-H club poultry show held Preliminary work of the bureau cooperation and canning and were neath, then place In the oven ttntil Primer for Town Farmers. the home Mr. Baughman stated

ar here last week in connection with has indicated that under the unfavorable furnished by the U. S. Departmentof the top 4s dry. Touch the top of Thura., March 3--March Farm Saturday the manager of the Cara- INSURANCE

the Volusia County Fair, accords conditions a large part of Agriculture and the. American the omelet lightly with the finger Jobs and How to Do Them-J. way Land Company's farm, located

ing to Norman 11:. Mehrhof, poultry the turpentine produced by the pine Farm Bureau and If the egg does not stick to Francis Cooper. Spuds Johnson about 12 miles from Palatka on STARKE FLORIDA

specialist with the Florida Agri- tree may be lost after the sap ? . .. the finger the omotet Is done. If .Visits the County Agent. ; ':" -; __.._...d ..
cultural Extension Service, and superintendent exudes from the tree and before PECAN 811UCKWORMS overcooked It'till' shrink or be FrL, March 4-Silage In Cattle r 1

,,1 showed 180 birds last the turpentine is reaovered In the BEST CONTROLLED BY tough. Feeding-Dr. R. B. Becker. Improving -

") barrel, say Doctor Skinner.It Florida. Dairy Herds-C.II. .
'Pear. DESTROYING HUSKS Loosen the eggs of the omelet,
The best cockerel was a Rhode Is now known, he laid, that ,r. cut through the center, slip a spat- Wllloughy. 5'

Island Red. and was shown by Wilbur the cheapest organic acid available ula or flexible-knife under the side .
Monticello. -The shuck- Planting grazing for hogsIs
crops
Jarrtett, Altoona. Betty Har- for some chemical operations may pecan next to the handle of the pan fold
which takes annual toll the economical to feed them
worm, an way
'gia, Umatllla showed the best pullet be obtained from rosin and studyof one-half over the other and press PyorrheaClaims
of from 40 to 75 percent of the nut and keep them free of worms. .
; It was a White Leghorn. The the acids of rosin will be pushedat slightly to make It stay In place. I
Is best controlled
by destroying
s bat hen was a White Rock shown this station in order to obtain crop Slip onto a hot plate and serve at -
all of the old husks says Fred Dahlias, gladioli and some other
"
Y by Carl McWhorter, and the best Information permitting wider use
Victim
W. Walker, Experiment 'Station once.Variations bulbs can be planted in February. Another
:
cock, also a White Rock waa en- of this Important acid.BETTER pecan Insect specialist located of a plain omelet may .

tered by John Osborne.! Jr. Both of here. be made by adding other Ingred-

these boys are from Umatllla. The HEALTH OBJECTOF ients to the omelet before it Is put 4.
The adult shuckworm Is a moth
Osborne bird was Judged the best in NUTRITION PROGRAMTallahassee In the pan to cook, or by spreading
which simply lays an egg on the
lhk the show. one of them on top Just before the
Fla.-In nut. It hatches in four to seven
a year
The birds were Judged by D. omelet Is folded. Allow to each
4V when economical meals are so Important day, and the young tunnels into Fair
Lincoln Orr two one tablespoonful of -
s manager of the Madison eggs parsley AG
housewives are likely not the pecan. If the inner shell of the
thyme, and sweet marjoram
( Square Garden poultry show,
not hardened this timeIt
to give the family an adequate diet. nut hall by
New York. or the same amount of any of the
That is one of the prime consldera- will fall from the tree while If I
following: ground cheese fish
( tions In this year's health and nutrition this shell has hardened the nut will r .
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THIS TEXAS ""EGTABLEGROWERS' minced ham or other meat Jelly f< FalseShe
program by the State Home not fill out properly and often the
COOPERATIVE onion, parsley, or vegetables. I
Demonstration Department, says outer shell Is scarred.
MODERN, PROGRESSIVE Boiled Custard
Miss Anna Mae Sikes, extension Spraying for the Insect l la uselessas
Ingredients: 2 cupfuls milk, 3
nutritionist. the feeding stage is passed with-
n "A million dollars worth of vegetables whole eggs or ft egg yolks i-2 teaspoonful -
Home demonstration agents and in the nut. Grove sanitation Is the
will be shipped through the salt 4 tablespoons sugar,
other state workers will make next, and even a simpler alterna-
new Rio Grand Valley Vegetable ev- and 1-2 teaspoonful vanilla. was beautiful-or would have been if it hadn't

Cooperative Association," says the ery attempt to place before house- tive; that Is, simply rake and burn Scald the milk in the top of the been for her teeth. THEY WERE FALSE I A neglected -
wives for ade- the husks, mummied nuts etc., or
j, Valley Farmer of that region, as quate,suggestions economical meals.planning Their plow them under along with the double boiler. Mix eggs, sugar and Quickly BleachesMuddy case of pyorrhea had ruined her teeth-her

the winter shipping season gets under program of work also includes shuckworms. If the burning meth- salt and beat slightly. Add the SkinsDull looks. Had she consulted her dentist in time had
Eight "master sheds" are hot milk to the mixture, mix
way. showing bow diseases may be pre- od Is used it can be done any time egg vanish her teeth thoroughly cleaned and the tarter removed
1, being used for packing, equipped thoroughly and 'return to the top ,ordinary appearances
with automatic washing, Icing machines :vented by proper diet, planning before March. If the plow la to of the double boiler. One may vary at blemishes and defective feature THEN used Riggs Medicated Tooth Powder
better school lunches be used the 1st to 15th of March the lure of the
arranging are forgotten' under her teeth might have been saved-her attractive
,t and nailing machines, so the soft custard by substituting
i community meals, and home I seems best since at that time most bewitching beauty instantly ren
that the entire process from the gar one cupful of strong coffee for one ness preserved for years. Riggs Is not only a preventative -
dening, poultry of the larvae have pupated. The dered. Beneficial in correctingtan
raising dairying
unloading truck to the refrigerator of the cupa of milk, or by caramel- .of pyorrhea, but a pleasant cleanser as
freckle wrinkle
and other endeavors to raise food land should be turned at least ,flahhlnfss. : ,
car: Is as efficient as practical. This izing 1-. cupful sugar and addingIt well. You'll like it.
for the family. The sole object of three Inches, and should not be OOURAU0S
illustrates the advances which producers to 1 cupful scalded milk. Follow
the program will be better nutri- disked until about June. The burn-
'y are making with the help this recipe for soft custard using -
tion and health for memberof Ing method Is the more effectivebut OR1ENT4l
L' available under the Agricultural every this milk with caramel. part of 1 .... sl-... Sa _Ftl.. I* FOIl .... I .... r
l Marketing Act.FARMERS the family. It Is also more expensive; If the milk, and In addition, using the CREAM _.'._ a _.1.... ..r. .* a wy ... .1 .___ I
> the plowing Is thoroughly done It ....... Nit of roar Men Wear ....... lip d..tldr..rla
If you want a rich-green lawn It will give very good results. full amount of sugar required In ..._ .-.... --...sa-.. wit tkcX-nr ...... ...."p ... *ff*<,t. .. tar
4' TO GET FEDERAL the recipe. d .... t..t..rr..1 ..Ic. hr ka.a ._....
''4 LOAN FOR SEED FERTILIZER this spring, now is the time to The destruction of these husks _. I .. ad M........4 with any MM ta TOT* .*..........
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write for a copy of the Florida will also serve to reduce early -- -- .N _II.. .... ...... .1..... Mr ..........a wtolTwin -

,,1 The federal loan to farmers for Experiment Station's Bulletin 209, scab Infection. ...a

; seed and fertilizer will be distributed "Lawns in Florida." Suggestions Better results are likely to be VMT .ly. I

4e within the next few weeks, act for starting a lawn, adapted obtained when sanitation is practiced Strawberry Plants of QualityWe W. 8. 'THATCHER.

; cording to Mr. L. T. Dyer, county grasses, and management practicesthat over large areas. Growers -

agent have proven best for the old' should cooperate In this undertaking have fine River Bottom grown berry plants I or

The amount will be very limitedto aa well as the new lawn are contained and even all backyard trees
state certified and fine Im-
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as grown. Missionary c"' "
each farmer, and wlU be loaned In this bulletin. should be cleaned up. CD TEETH INSURANCE"
only to those who show that proved Klondike, 1000 $2.25; 5000 $11; 10,000
can --------------- -------

be haa sustained a crop loss last $20. Blakemore, new and fine very productive Use

year.out within More a details few days.will be given You'll never know how good earlier than Missionary or Klondike twice aa pro

1 Those wishing further Information a cigar can be until you .. 'r ductive. 1000, $3; 5000 $13; 10,000 $25. Buy your RI GS

regarding the loan should get L plants through my agents, Brownlee Bros., Starke
In touch with Mr. L. T. Dyer, Lake have smoked a ...:#'
Butler or any member of the local t G. \V. Roberts Lawtey. If you can't see one of

committee: L.. H. Hill, Lawtey; A. l them order direct but be sure to buy our quality

J. Griff, Starke; E. S. Matthews, r WAS8fr Medicated
Starke. Now plants. Catalog free for asking. We can ship Tooth PowderSold

ok-- any day now you want plants.

t SAME SIZE In Starke ByCorpening's
666 MORE HAVANA
J. BAUER
MQl'lD TAni.RI SALVE MILD
." .....M .. T..'... .... ....r..llr /iShJfulh.l t I Drug Store
... luwt Met.. ..>.r.allr. _.... a II
+ r*-.U.. ..* ea.etl.. ....._.. I.. 1. Lewis Cigar Mfg. Co. Newark N. J. I! TilE STRAWBERRY PLANT MAN
<'..".. Makers '
1108Speedy Remedies Known JUDSONIA, ARKANSAS Rlgg :Medicated Tooth Powder Co. Orlando<< Fir
r GAINESVILLE CANDY CO. Gainesville, Fla. I H --

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ARE UNSUCCESSFULIN .' "u- < Florida ProductsFor moderately hot oven fifteen min-

TOURNAMENTBy -j\,;j1 ",:" :! Florida People 'utea Use as a garnish with roast
: meat or chicken.
of ::,' -rr'! Kumquat:: Pie Filling trite two
( Gordon Wadsworth) CM nut-Kitmriuit' or "Golden Or-
1 cups stewed kumquats, sweetened
The crippled B. H S. i: :: an"e"
cagprs "
.
: to taste.( Add four tablespoons 5y
journeyed to the Central Florida :: 1 utter and two tablespoons minute
IDeal NCVC basketball tournament held at t"< Mary: A. StenniM, Consultant
,. ," :1M tapioca and allow to stand fifteen
Cross
City Friday and success was Nutritionist.)
... minute, before using j
left behind, but not after a brave Hardiest and smallest of all citrus
: Kumquat! Preserves MarmaladesSee i
Concerning Our People Buiineii andProgreti and gallant resistance to the Cedar [ l" fruits the "Gold Orange" or
_,.... Bulletin 46, Florida Depart
'- h"
Key Mullet :<) ""
I ,,<" Kumquat cam from China to
of the ment of }
County and Town. Agriculture entitled
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Owing to the loss of one of the Curope In 1843 and arrived in ida Fruits and
Vegetables In the
,
I I best men our boys were unable to < America as early as 1850. Both Family Menu." ;

_____ ==.... a. ===== __ ___ I do much scoring, although they Glen Saint Mary's and Rensoner
M cc.s= =""" = '"-" -- Tnnrini==c.sQQQQQG. Crystallized Kumquats Seepage
played hard and determined. Brothers imported the Nagaml (oblong d3
Bulletin 46.
nth Friday and Saturday only, men's a two week's visit in Jacksonville The Starke-Cedar Key game was ) variety in 1885 and Reason- : : ,

*N Juncy Sox 5o at Stump's. with her sister, Mrs. James God- the opening game of the tourna- k er Brothers brought the Maruml Kumquats Desserts as Garnishes for Salads -
-See Bulletin 46.
to bold. ment and was followed by Archer- r + s (round) from Japan In 1890. The .

had Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight were Trenton game with Archer vlcltor Melwa (globose) a larger variety F.1R:\4FIti4 COOPERATIVE ARK

kht1 Visitors in Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. Special! for Friday and Saturday lous.Our came much later than the other SAVING ON FERTILIZER COST

only, children's Anklets JOe at boys received a warm wel- two.The

J. F. Kickliter and son, Chas. Stump's. come at the meet and much sup- dense, dwarfish habit of The local cooperative organisation -

uclan. spent Sunday in Jackson- port came from numerous teams growth gives the kumquat tree the Farmers Bureau made up

5esup Mile. Executive Board of the Woman's Including Lake Butler, Archer, and good protection and the ponclrus of a number of the leading farmers ,

Club will meet Wednesday morn- Cross City, and our boys returnedthe trtfollata stock used In Florida has of the county, has secured very

rge'he Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Hall were ing, March 2nd at 10 o'clock. support by cheering their teams Increased its hardiness so that the low prices on fertilizer:: for this sea

' in Waldo Monday visiting with Those taking part were Ralph little fruit has easily and success son for Its members.

i8'QD relatives. Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carrol returned Cox Ben Sternberg, Willie Strick- fully made Its way Into north Flor- Such an organization! Is to be

' to their home at Daytona Beach land, Lacy Futch, Harry Tyson Ire: ida. The dark green, thick foliage Pound In nearly every county where

for, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johns announce Monday, after a visit here with Gordon Wadsworth, John Inman and the golden yellow fruits add there; Is a county agent to work

etwe the birth of a daughter Mrs. Carroll's mother, Mrs. F. H. and Eldredge Robinson. beauty to any landscape. I with the farmers to get them to

uesday.Mr. Long. Harmon Morgan the star for- Nearly all over Florida, and par- cooperate In placing their orders

Ilen word of B. H. S, was unable to a ticularly In South Florida grows i for seed and fertilizers. Mr. Dyer,

F. S Mozo of .Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs C. D. Shank and attend the, tournament and he is in abundance this little oblong or county agent for Union and Brad-

iIdht [WAS a visitor! in Starke Wednesday little daughter, Betty Lewis, left looked upon as dependable scorer. 200th Anniversary of the birth of George Washington Is observed round citrus fruit, from one to ford counties, helped organize these a,
Wednesday for Jacksonville where Cox and Futch accounted for two Inches in diameter and cooperatives for the benefit of the
afternoon. by Orphan Children In the new I'enn"yh'anla Cottage the Woodmen '
they will visit friends for several our scoring. grouped In clusters at the ends of'farmers.
heo Circle Home for Aged Members and Orphan Children> Sherman
/ Mrs. E. M. Johns was the guest days before returning to their homein .- Texas the branches giving a most effective The advantages of saving on the t'

|lit> Mrs. S. T. Dell in Gainesville for Roanoke, Va. RESOLUTION picture. The sweet aromatic cost of fertilizer orders are extend f
her Ethe week-end. Twenty-two little orphan prote- rooms, and bedrooms. The study flavor of the rind, the decided yet ed to each and every farmer In the "
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and children, In Memory of Senator Everett M ges of the Woodmen Circle have room la furnished In cheerful pleasant acidity of the pulp, the county who wishes to pay cash. s

V.d Misses Katie and Virginia Fu- A. Z. Jr., and Lois and Mrs. M. E. Johne, A Loyal Democrat moved Into the recently completed warm tones. The lights are of deep yellow color of the outside Very attractive prices have been r

V.rt {gate spent Sunday In Jacksonvillewith Edwards motored to Gainesville Whereas the Supreme Architect Pennsylvania cottage at the So- modern daylight design, both beautiful have always delighted the InquirIng secured. There Is no profit to anyone ':
relatives.For Wednesday afternoon and while of the Universe has seen fit to call ciety's Home for aged members and scientific. A huge stair- traveler who comes to taste for handling these orders but :'

I there were guests of Mrs. J. C. Ad- from our midst Senator Everett M. and Orphan Children at Sherman, case landing window, draped with and to learn. As M fresh t ult. It these officers are giving consider'I'I ('

1eI Friday and Saturday only, kins. Johns of Starke Florida, a mem- Texas. "Moving day" was excitingat monk's cloth, gives a view of miles Is "tasty," (the Nelwa. sweet as to able of their time to this work Just ..t.tto

I yard wide Voile solid colors, lOc ber of this Committee for many the Home. Previously, the chil- and miles! of horizon. The land- pulp being the best to eat fresh); be of benefit to the farmers of { rt'( I

I.>d. at Stump's.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott of Or- years and a loyal Democrat; and dren were cared for In the two- Ing lighted by a hanging electric as a preserve or marmalade It l.t the county. ;T.'

ange City and Mr. W. F. Babcock, Whereas la the death of Senator year-old administration building, light fixture of lanter design always In demand; as a crystal- Prices and Information can be';+1

B J. C. Adkins of Gainesville, of Toronto Canada returned to Johns the Democratic Party has now occupied by the aged guests. flecked with brilliant color, Is one lized product unlike many other had by applying to Mr. Dyer, or to ,. 1

I was the guest Sunday of Judge Orange City Monday afternoon after lost one of its most able and loyal The generosity of Pennyslvanla of the beauty spots of the new products, the kumquat retains Its the secretary-treasurer Mr. A. J. ,; '

and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. a visit with Mr. and Mrs. F. A. members, the State of Florida has rnernbers" is responsible for the building.No natural spicy flavor-Its Individ Griffls, Starke. : I' -4

Scott. lost a valuable and useful citizen, new building.To one can take the place of uality. I ; '

Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight visIted and his home county has lost a say "Pennsylvania cottage"glorifies mother and dad In a natural home, Until recently the kumquat was a ; (
Mrs. O. L. Beasley returned fearless and faithful defender of but when a child !la an orphan curiosity-a citrus with an edible
I Paul at the University
their son. the word "cottage", for a
Wednesday after a weeks visit in its rights; must The Woodmen the
Gainesville someone try. peel-a decoration usually In A %
in Sunday. the one at the Woodmen Circle
Tampa with her parents, Mr. and Therefore, Be It Resolved, that Home is a stately two-story, stone- Circle Is! trying. form of a "sweet" or a candy. To- CENT WORD
Mrs. A, C. Durden. She the State Democratic Executive "
was accompanied Recently a little nine-year-old day the kumquat is becoming a
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hoover, Miss trimmed brick companion to the '
by her sister, Mrs. J. W. Committee of the State of Florida traveled alone from the
I :Mabel Weller and Mr. J. J. Truby administration building of harmo- orphan girl practical Florida. fruit In Her- COLUMN t t'f
in Jacksonville. Kincaid, of Cattletsburg Ky., who In open session assembled, com- state of Virginia to the society's landci county where they are '
I spent Monday nizing architecture. Tall columns
will be her guest for several days. mend his outstanding character, the front. home at Sherman. Wherever her grown In profusion, they are being i

Miss Kate Struth spent several his willingness to sacrifice his own grace train made a stop of any length canned for pies and sauces. The I PECAN--CUrtis Paper Shell 'Pe f ji,
FORMER STARKE BOY ambitions and contribute generously The cottage is a complete home wherever she had to trains ,
I days of this week in Wildwood with change product Is good and the result Is a cans lOo per pound. R. F. Demo- ii'
[ her sister, Mrs. L. M. DeSha. RECEIVES ARMY WINGS of his time and talents for the In itself. It has living room, din- there were Woodmen Circle mem- splcey, tart, golden-yellow, natural rest tf. ''I
betterment of his party, for the Ing room, kitchen sewing room, bers to cheer her and bid her GOd-: citrus pie--not just a citrus! flavored "t

Mrs. Alice Thomas, of Wilmington Among the 100 etudents who State of Florida and for his own music room, study room, play- speed. pie. The flavor, and color are TOMATO PLANTS FOR SALE- .,1', ",

Delaware, Is visiting her will be graduated February the 26 community; and nearly that of the fresh fruit. Marglobe plants $2.00 per 1000, ''h";'
Be it Further Resolved that
; daughter, Mrs. H. V. Knight.Mr. from the Advanced Flying Schoolat REDUCED EXPRESS LIVE STATE II.U'I'F.NINGS Stewed kumquats are becoming 25c per hundred. O. C. Caaon. .
Kelly Field San Antonia, Texas, these resolutions be spread upona popular with the shredded wheator Starke. It* ;
are two Floridians. These two page of our minutes, a copy furnished HATES IN EFFECT Mascotte R. Cano property
with the morning toast. With a
and Mrs. L. S. Hutto and ;'
undergoing extensive Improvements -
had their young men are Flying Cadets his family, and a copy fur little sugar or honey added In the GRAFTING-Now Is the time to i j J.
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family as guests SundayMr.
Frederick L. Gunter and ThomasS. nished to the press.I and to set blueber- t II/
make dessert. graft ,
and Mrs. J. L. Jackson of Agreement Reached and Commission Miami Beach-Dock occommo- cooking they a good pecans
Jacksonville.For Davis, Jr,. of West Palm Beach, hereby certify that the above Is Cancels Its AnnulmentBy Kumquat Use ryplants. See R. F. Dcmorest '1 \'s,
dating eight fishing boats, 120 feet
and Fernandina a true copy of a resolution adopted !
respectively. Upon from west shore of Miami Beach Kumquat Cup-Slice thin cross- for prices. tf. jA I',; {<
graduation they will have earned unanimously at a meeting of the wide 'and Combine
and agreement of the express remove seeds. pY{\
Friday Saturday only, authorized by war department.Lake .
the rating of airplane pilots and State Democratic Executive Com- tlil-blts and SALE-Five
men's summer Union Suits, 35o; or I companies and of those agencies Worth-Venetian Patio with pineapple < sprinkle FOR room house
will receive the much coveted mittee held In Jacksonville on Feb. with In screened of
Arrange porch, eight acres
3 for 91.00 at Stump's.Mr. appearing on behalf of shippers, restaurant on Lake Avenue open-, powdered sugar. "
"Wings" of the army air corps. L9. 1932 and approval of the interstate com- ed under new management. glasses and garnish with strawberries. land. One mile north of town
Frederick L. Gunter was bornIn GEORGE W. McRORY on road 13. Apply this office. 2-
commission lower
merce ,
and Mrs. C. H. Coulter of express Sanford-Celery Avenue one of
Starke and Is the son of Dr. and Secretary. Baked Parboil. Re- 12-tf.
rates which were to have been held Kumquats-
Tallahassee, have returned to their most important highways In Sem-
Mrs. T. D. Gunter, who lived herea slice from the of each
order of the commission be- move top
here up by ,
home after several days visit inole county to be repaired and
with friends! number of years ago TUNG BLOSSOM: FESTIVAL came effective on Friday of last modernized in near future. fruit Scoop out pulp containingseed SEEDS ARRIVING WEEKLY at

FORD week. The reductions amount to Ttltusvllle-Seven-mile stretch and fill with sugar. Place up- : White's, such as bean, corn

Miss Lillian Allbritton and Miss BRAD Gainesville Fla., Feb. 24.-Home 25 to 30 per cent on vegetables and of Dixie highway beginning at right close together in a hallow peas, velvet beans, peanuts, chufas '
HEALTHY
COUNTY
Redding of Jacksonville were the coming of former residents of Ala- fruits from Florida stations. southern limits of city to be resurfaced baking pan and pour a little pineapple mellon, cukes, squash, pepper -

guests of Misses Olive and Amelia chua county will feature the Tung Both Senator Fletcher and Congressman by itate road departmentsoon. juice over them. Bake In a tomatoes, okra. etc. 2263t.

Ray Sunday.. From the report Issued by the Blossom Festival to be held In Green received Identical -
bureau of vital statistics state Gainesville March 28 through April letters from the commission sayIng Key West-Edward Arlington FOR SALE-About 2 tons clean; !1,

Mrs. Bryan Parks and little board of health. Bradford county is 1. Under the present plans of the : "You are now advised that leased Jefferson Hotel near foot of DR. IL W. MARTIN dry chicken manure f. o. b. Poultry '

daughter Beverly of Atlanta, are among one of the healthiest counties independent Merchants' Association through agreement of the contend- Duval street for period of three Farm, Kingsley Lake; some
guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. : of Florida, no deaths being reported who are sponsoring the Festival ing parties and approval of this years. DENTIST' 11 months old R. I. R. hens for ill-

W. B. Parka. for the last eleven months of this year, over 5,0001nvita- commission provision has been Tallahassee State Road De- l Phone 33 Hears: 9 to 5 breeding fine stock. Geo. F.

of 1931 from malaria, pellagra, tions will be sent out to former made not only for the protestedrates : partment called for bids for hard- Over Corpening's Drug Store :Mueller. 2-26-Zt. I,

Mrs. T. J. Griffin Mrs. E. M. diphtheria and tuberculosis and residents to come back to Alachua to stations pf the railway express surfacing 4,83 miles state road No. FOR--BALE-Thoroughbr: :f.

Johns Gloria" Johns and N. T. Rltch! only two from typhond for that county and enjoy the spring festlvtles. agency but also for related 2 In Lake county. ,

were visitors in Jacksonville Satur- period Bradford's population Is 9- rates to stations of the South- Orlando-Made-In-Orange Fair hood Rhode Island setting eggs ,' ',

day. 700.There Closing Florida's Festivals, the eastern Express company, to become held here recently. from chickens direct from Ma- <
were only 185 deaths for Tung Blossom fete, unique as the ) effective February 12, 1932. Jacksonville After completion 00 H p- hood's special mating, also :' 'P.1

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Griffin of the eleven months period in the only one of the kind In the world, "Under these circumstances It of alterations, George's Auto Laun- Say it with Flower booking orders for White Leghorn ;i '
state from malaria, state's population will bring tourists to Alachua that the order of suspension and Red Baby Chicks. Limited : j
many appears :
Jacksonville, were the guests Wed- dry at Hogan and State streets, reopened ,_ _._,_ .
nesday of Mrs. O. J. Griffin and : being given at 1,506,000. Bradford county, Including the organization may be vacated and the pro- for business. 0. v amount custom! hatching. if, j

family. county was one of 15 counties of Tin Can Tourists who plan to ceeding discontinued, thus leavingthe Tarpon Springs-Repairs being Flowers For All Red and Rock fryers 23c per lb. 'J,

without a death. hold their "breaking-up" festivities desired reduced rates In effect." made at local high school building. J. Maurice Edwards. 2-5-tf '

Mrs. W. S. Stroman of Tallahassee Pellagra caused the death of 203 at Archer, just 14 miles from Miami-Active work going forward OccasionsGERTRUDE fall 1
persons within the state, and Bradford Gainesville in order to take partIn Alachua county as a whole has JUST RECEIVED Shipment of
arrived Wednesday and is the at headquarters of U. S. Good
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was one of 18 counties with- the festivities. joined hands to make the festival l varieties seed beans and corn, '
guest of her daughter, Mrs. S. S. Roads! Association, towards pro- i ,
Dowling.Mrs. out a death from this disease. Out a success. On April 1 a county moting and arranging for 20th an- GODDEY also full line garden seed. These
of the 203 deaths for the state only TRAIN. SCHEDULE holiday will be declared and schoolchildren nual convention. are all northern grown seed and,

J. H. Rltch. Mrs. S. L. Peek eight were under 20 years of age. and adults will make Titusville-Survey of celery ANDERSON are new stock. Seeds are cheaper -
22 died between the ages of 20-29; No. 11, southbound, local 11:33a. : Gainesville their.Mecca to witnessthe than for past twenty years.! #{'
and Mrs J. L. Peek returned Tues- fields In this section reveals new 39 Waldo Fla
52 between 30-39 44 between 40- m. Phone before }'
day from a visit in Miami and ; big parade, In which over one acreage to be planted this spring Get our prices buying.
Palm Beach. 49; 29 between 0-59; 48 over 60 No. 107, southbound limited 1047 :- hundred floats are expected to be will bring total to 100 acres _,_ ,... _0 -0 Brownlee Bros., Starke. 1-22-tf
years of age.Diphtheria. a. m. in line. here. i
largest ever planted
acreage ---- -
exacted a toll of 65 No. 9, southbound limited 11:00p. : Gainesville ii: preparing to handle .'
Mrs. R. V. Turner, Miss Loiselle
deaths for the entire stsate for the m. the largest crowd that has ever ,
00. 52
J Turner Bobby and Betty Turner -- Phone
No. southbound limited 1211 Steam Pressing Company
191, :- I
spent. Tuesday In Macclenny and eleven months, and Bradford was been within its gates, not except-1
one of the 35 counties without a a. m. Ing the huge gatherings that have
Jacksonville.
death. Of the total 8 died under No. 12, northbound local 3:11: p. came here to witness University of ATLASThe DRY CLEANERSSuits

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Edwards and one year of age; 35 between 1-4; m.No. 5:27 Florida football games.Modem Pressed 25c Cleaned and Pressed'Oc 4
108 northbound limited : ,
16 between between 10.14 3
5.9,1; ;
daughter, Miss Lucille, and Mrs. E. m. lists Cleaned nod Blocked .1. Frank Tho lan, Prop.
between 20-29; 2 over 60 years of p. ... .. ,----000 t'
C. Jacksonville -- -
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visitors
George Standard Oil i
were
No. 192, northbound limited 4:39: 1 .. ':
Saturday.Mr. age.From AreO.n
a. m.
tuberculosis a total of 971
deaths for the state Wannee Branch Tire GuaranteedOne :'
was reported
and Mrs W. J. Epperson, Jr,, Dry f "
during the eleven months of 1931, No. 101, out 7 a. m. 1;
of Jacksonville, were guests of his Year
and Bradford was one of 6 counties No. 102, In at 2:40: p. m.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wi J. Epperson T. J. Griffin, Agent -( ,
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without a death from this dis Cleaning ,
Monday and Tuesday. ,
ease. Ages of those dying from ; NN..NNNNFrigidaire
tuberculosis were given as follows: Closing of Mall I"{ :
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins
left Thursday for Tallahassee 9 under 1 year of age; 9 between South Modern Cleansing Ma- .
1-4; 11 between 5-9; 16 between 1014 Train No. 107, letters 10:20: a. nv
where he will assist In supreme ; 66 between 19-19; 272 between Train No. 11, parcel post, 11 a. :hinery Skilled Employees L LIM i (
court: work for several days. y
0-29; 220 between 30-39; 152 between m. Assures you the 'I'I

.-. Mr.;and Mrs. W. L. Edwards and 40-49! 102 between 60-59; North oest in dry cleaning of the three year guar- ; ':
114 over 60 years of age. Train No. 12, parcel post 2:50: p. : \ ;
little daughter Fredrika and Miss the most delicate fabrics. "
caused 85 deaths within
Typhoid anted electric refrigerator ,"
Leah m.Train
Struth. spent the weekend the state, and two deaths were reported No. 108, ttters, S p. m. ... Ii'
with Mr. and Mrs W. H. Struth. .
_. > from Bradford county. 35 Night malls close at 6 p. m. DYEINGPHONE .. I
counties reported no deaths from Starke & Bell Branch 28 Gf, I j

Messrs. Joe Edwards, Roy Ed- this disease and eighteen reportedone Mall closes, 7:00: a. m.

wards and J. C. Jones attended the death each. Four reportedtwo Mall arrives, 2:40: p. m.
For sale bySmith's l
funeral of their cousin Mrs. R. L. deaths each. Including Bradford "Why buy a second-choice tirewhenflrstcholcecostsnomore \ +

Stewart in Jacksonville Monday. county. One-fourth of the to- Blue Bus Schedules I ?" 1 t, t +:

tal deaths was between the ages Dally effective Jan. 1, 1932. Starke DryCleaners Astonishing 1932 prices I.'
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Mrs. M. E. Edwards, who has ot 20 to 29. Northbound 5:03 a. 'm., 9:19: a. Service nod ;l :

been spending some time with her 4 m., 1:59: p. m., 4:59: p. m., 8:19: p. on Goodyear All-Weathers ," f2

daughter, Mrs. Leroy Roane in New West Palm Beach-Building totals m. I TunInOoodrwf I Motor Co. 't }J
Orleans for past month In city reach Southbound-9:34 Register 1: ,
arrived Sunday and Is vis : a. m.1234 p. i k
kiting her daughter, Mrs. A. Z. Ad total of $32,085. m., 4:34: p. m., 7:34: p. m., 12:50: StationStarke I'lIONB 103 < ;R ,:
ra. The Only Dry Cleaning C IMPtotrtau.....<.0... "Ifw

Palmetto-Palmetto Electric Co. Tickets and Information at I' Plant in Towntitlst Louie's.Seruice Station !
PHONE 83 Ip I
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Mrs. 8. S. Dowllng and daughter moved to Lamb-Wlllls-Howze 'mlth's Service Station, next to -- ,.,
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;, $5.00 in Groceries will be given ABSOLUTELY FREE to the The Most Phenomenal and Ruthless City-Wide Price C Cii a

: person making the largest purchase on Fri day or Saturday. .I '''f;
: Winner nounced on our window at 10 a. m. Monday. "Practically every establishment in the City of Starke is uniting in an effort the Fri
membered. Every establishment advertising on this big double is offering ite
Cudahy White Ribbon .. .... page some
4.t.. .tt S>+ '- -
.+ *< .* ... The drouth has been broken, and prospects look bright again in this and adjoining j
J Lard 3 Ibs. 20c
I Compound event. The FREE GIFTS will go just as advertised in this paper, the prices as you see on Bout
,, GOOD GRADE A few of the remark- the mercantile channels of the city It will be Gala Bargain Days in Starke . Nol
silver dollar will be music to all it hearers, and the buying power of the almighty dollar osfi
RICE 5 15c able values that await
pounds - this Lay aside the regular routine of week-end duties, and make preparations now to I
at store
GREAT NORTHERN you eries, drugs, oil, gas, furniture, feed, fertilizer, in fact everything you will need for comin
H r FREE DAYS: think for a moment you"can't afford to come, for offerings await you that means the chance]
BEANS, 5 pounds - 18 C make preparations to greeat your old friends, relatives, the old timers and newcomers here if


Fancy Biscuit Self Rising ........ ._ __ ,_ ________..__________ _
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7 oz. Bottle Sweet Mixed / ,..'f, FREEFREEFREEWtih TIP TLOCATION

PICKLES bottle 5c 1 each dollar'purchase, we will give one box of
per BET W
Face Powder FREE
BEST GRADE .

MEAL or GRITS CORPENING'S DRUG STORE

I Ipl 10 pounds - -17c =: o---' -.- -,-,- __1..._ _..., -.-.---.-.-.-,-,-.-. FREE FRIDAY

BETWEEN A."1.

SAUL'Sflit .. S TU.MP'SExtra 1 lib. Maxwell House i

fee and 5 Ibs. Sugar

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flit: a.- Lower Prices.. Rule ........... Specials
" FREE 'SATURDA!
,I. c At 8:30 p. m. Saturday SPECIAL 9:30 A. M.

, ,: I Rayon Bed SPREADS BETWEEN A.61..
night am going to give A Valueto We have hundreds of splendid bargains,a few specials quot-
away 5 pairs of$1 hose $2.45 ed herewith and invite you to visit us bfore you make your pur- Ilbs. PURE LEAF LA

five of my customers 98c chases.
All Prizes Given!
d4 -Call at the store for One to a customer as 15 and 20c Fancy Dress 5c and We ladies and
r particulars. long as they last. Prints,special _______ lOc gents Handkerchiefs, ___ 3c.

.'25c asst. solid colors and Men's Heavy Blue Work Jersey LilyBUTTER
T New Spring HOSIERY Wash Dresses Dress Prints 'white Broadcloth, yd. Shirts, all sizes! ----___ 39c

DRESSES ilkYou will wonder how A wide variety of 1 wide_ ..t<-....--_ _____ WeWeb's Heavy Mattress Tickingonly
Pure.ull-Ihloned'thread we can sell them to patterns,and all fast T ________.__--- lOc '
Value that will sur cheap-only eolorsoNypiie ; 35c Silk Socks,
.Real good grade yellow
you 69c 59c 1 lOc pair, 19c,3 pairs for __50c Homespun,yd. ______ 5c Pound---- 3Pc
F $2.95 to$ .9:;
t Ladies Shoes,all styles Ladies new Spring Coats and
'2:30 P. M. EXTRA SPECIAL and kinds at cost Friday new Rain Coats at Extra NUCORPound15c
and Saturday only Special prices for this sale.
4 Heavy Size TerryCloth 22s.UOnly Only 9'TOWELS C

SH 2 to a Customer Free Lemonade All
z Day SaturdaySTUMPS POll

York Pants Work Shirts ANKLETS SILK HOSE Large Head
Real b"y gradeGrey or blue-a 11Sc Children use a lot o. Irregulars, but fine
well made value them for the house T
LETTUCE2for
98c 49c lOc 25c
15c CallA
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;c Children's Men's Sh'oes Millinery, Men's Shirts I. 0- .. ..- -, u.. ...... n ._ B .. ... _.. .. TV i -
,+ HOSE Hats for ladies all Just arrived a new OJ -
A new line of kid'sOxfords Shoe that we are the'new bunch of good look.c *
stylo
to Sell ONE GALLON GAS
sizes 8 to 2 proud lair Shirts
$1.00 $1.95 to$5 $1-$1.95 $1.00 If your car require five gallons or more to fill the test gallon necessary will be FREE.

J ONE OIL FREE
; :. QUART ,
Beautiful
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SAVE- with each oil change made these two days.

: SINCE HERE ; .. SIMONIZE JOB TO PERSON,MARKING LARGEST PURCHASE ON '
1911 Sternberg's,...; FRIDAY OR SATURDAY FREE
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SAM ANDERSON Mgr. to Dr. Biggs'office on highway IS.
FREE 0_ v _'.._',_JO' ........ v- _'00 ._ Free with:the purchase
FREE-A nice pair socks absolutely free with each pairof 500 articles to,choose from-One just arrived to<

Shoes sold'during these two days. ., ...,. I., free your choice with every purchase -
FREE of $2.00 or FRIDAY
Phillip Jones Broadcloth Shirts, $1.50 AND SATURDAY.over
r .t FLORSHEIM SHOES at $6.65 DENMARK FlSt
FELT HATS,from$5.00 to$7.. O :' ;
: x, FREE Starke,Hdw. & Furniture Co.

.g ; J. ,M. ,ALVAREZ Peanuts to go at 50c per bushel .

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\ry 26th and 27th, 1932 FREE DA Y SPECIALSTwo t


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''t t Ever Attempted in the Confines of Bradford County FREE WATER with each GLASSES$2.00 purchase or 2 BARS FRIDAY OCTAGON and SATURDAY SOAP r .

id Jrday, Feb. 26th and 27th, to make these days-Free Days and Bargain Days' long to be re- One Lot Ladies Dress SHOES Cold Stripe HOSE,reg.
''e dition to the many big bargains for these two big days. $1.50 grade

[good crops, hence we are making arrangements to make these two days a great Bargain $1.69 $1.00
[astounding, and only a few are quoted herewith;marvelous offerings are flowing through- One lot Ladies FELT HATS
lo je playing, but the hum of busy wheels, the changing of the Irish green, the klink of the Going at DRUID LL SHEETING i
oe ays will be remembered long after the music would have been forgotten."J:; u 7c yard :
per .,
\Y and Saturday,it will be your day of days to Save on dry goods clothing, shoes, groc- 89cOne One lot SILK DRESSES,
ou will be surprised what the stores of Starke have prepared for your coming. Don't Rayon lot of'Wash DRESSES,fast Reg. $2.50-Now \
ce e to Save Money and saving is exactly the same as making. Don't hesitate-don't wait- colors .
e Saturday, they will be here. We not only invite you We expect you. $1.49

,_ .. . .. ..., .. .... ..... 2 for$1.00 Men's Dress OXFORDS, going $
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A quart of Gulf Supreme Motor Oil FREE with each purr FAST. COLOR PRINTS $1.98

chase of,5,gallons of Gas. Ladies Silk Hose,full-fashioned
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o c e r Y Low prices on Pennsylvania Tires, Tubes, etc., per yard 49c } 4

AND POSTOFFICE for these two big days :, i SILK PRESSES, $5.00 value '
Ladies Spring Hats at Bargain
COURTESY SERVICE STATION $2.98 Prices !e

D. A. Montieth, Prop. Starke, Fla. Phone 13
rgest,Purchaser :__._.. ._ We have more Bargains than we can put in this space, so come
in the store and convince yourself.

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BRADFORD COUNTY BIG GROCERY
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J. & R. STORE
24 Ibs. FLOUR HULL BUILDNG STARKE, FLA.
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; rAGE SIX COUNTY TELEGKAPII. STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 26.1m."If .
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f I: MU BROOKER Vera Omttt.n CUT. .LAWTEYMm. H. K.: Vnrntrr Cor. HIM HAMPTON Ada Mm mo. Cor. % AUCTION

'$ ocict 1J Rowe-Reddlsh CONTRACT

D. W. Kelley of New River was The Hampton Junior High School .
here Thursday.Mr. The marriage of Miss Gladys will close today February 26th.
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by
Reddish attractive daughter of The commencement exercises Wynne
and Mr!!, L. R. Waters and Ferguson
HARDEN CLt'B \ .: ) SCORES HEAVILY IN children attended church at the Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Reddish and will begin next Sunday, February28th Author of 'PRACTICAL AUCTION
NEXT Tllt'RSDAY MEMORIAL TREE PLANTING Church of Christ in Alachua Sun- Vernon Rowe non of Mr. Ben when the baccalaureate sermon -BRIDGE
Rowe, which occurred in Lake Butler will be preached at the Methodist -

The Madison The week of February 22nd day.Mr.. and :Mrs. M. P. Mathenywere Sunday afternoon, came aa a church. On Tuesday eveningthe Copyright, 1WI, by Hoyle, Jr. ''

Club will meet at the the climax of Florida's tree- In Starke Monday. surprise to their many friends. ninth grade will present a play ,
W. E. Middleton on campaign to commemo- Miss Edith and Geraldine Eu- They are making their home for "The Wise Young Generation" the ARTICLE No. 17

ternoon. March 3rd at the two-hundredth annivers banks of Lake City are here visit- the present at the home of his proceeds of which will go to the The other nijjlit a friend of mine should Y now bid with the foresouit

All members are of the birth of George Wash ing Mildred and Hazel Morgan. father. The many friends wish for P. T. A.Tuesday. I asked me: "What's the best way to hand either at Auction or at Contract'
present as some The campaign was launch- Miss Iris Brown has returned them much happiness. evening at eight p. m. learn how to play a good game of ;

beautification is to be on November 14, 1931, to extend home after spending several days This week marks the closing of the commencement address will be Auction or Contract and I replied": Solutions At It ia Auction, Y should l bid

this meeting. February 29, 1032 by proclama with Miss Jean Laird at Mac'lson. another successful term of school given at the city hall. At this time "Learn to profit by your mistakes.and two ments.as spades.Hand No.just 2 over is the require.
That's the secret of improvement slightly under
r Mrs.\ L. A. of Governor Doyle E. Carlton. Mrs. Lewis Shrlver spent last In Lawtey. We have had a competent the ninth grade will receive their the only one that ia of any value. No them, to justify a take-out of partner1

: S Homestead to Per.sacola or- week in Jacksonville with her corps of teachers making it diplomas. The public 1 is invited to matter how much a teacher may tell no trump. The fact that the hand con.,

WOODMEN CIKCI.K have planted or are mother, Mrs. Singleterry. very satisfactory for the pupils. A attend these exercises.Mr. you or how many books you read you tains two doubletons is really the de.
to plant, trees as a dis Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell of nice program arranged by the pupils and Mrs. H. J. Perry of Byron will never improve your game unless ciding factor.
,, The Starke feature of their George Wash Mlcanopy were here Sunday.Mr. from the first to the sixth Ga., were the guests of Rev. you learn by your mistakes. Don't At Contract the hand should 1 b*
_ The hand does
r held their regular, Bicentennial celebrations.The and Mrs. A. I* Crosby were grade was an event of Wednesday; and Mrs. J. B. Ackley this week. make the tame mistake twice and you passed.further not justify any
bidding by
will become fine The partner, and
evening in the W. to business In Starke John Sloan of New Brittian, coon a player. hi
day George Washington memor attending night. The graduation exercise ones who make the same mistakes should not be encouraged to try f fa
at which time plans tree planting_ campaign spon Monday. Thursday night and the baccalaureate Conn., and Misses Llllle E. Millett over and over again are the hopeless game by a two-spade bid.

for the "Traveling nationally by the American Among those attending the sermon delivered by Rev. and Gertrude Preston of Moose, players. Don't be afraid to ask questions. .
held !at our next ; Association and In Florida by Washington Bicentennial celebra- Christy of the Methodist churchwas Conn., and Mr. and Mrs. F. C. If you do something wrong ask Hand No. 4
Hearts A K
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laws and general I Forest Service has produced tion in Starke Monday were: Mr. held In the auditorium Sunday; Gould of Silver Lane. Conn., are some good player what you should Clubs- J, 10, 9,4,3.2
grove were discussed. I very gratifying results. The and and Mrs. L. A. Brown, Mr. night and was heard by a large spending the winter months here. have done. Write to the editor and if Diamonds 7
After the business \ of the American Tree Asso and Mrs. Emory Matheny, Mrs. crowd. Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Gould and your question is one of general interest,, Spades -A, 4
it will be published in these articles.
t Vonda Inman I was set at ten million liv- Alice Thomas and children, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Carson of Jack- daughter of Sharps, visited Mr, The following hands represent problems \
solo while Mrs. G. M. memorials to the Father.of Our and Mrs. McGauley and children, sonville, were visiting Mr. and Mrs Gould's father here last Friday. of bidding that have confused : Y

' c ed delicious Recent reports indicate Mr. Maxwell, Winifred Hazen, E. E. Burney Sunday. The revival services at the City readers of these articles and are now : A Z B :

S Florida Is contributing very Mallle Crosby, Albert Lee Crosby, Mrs. V. R. Reddish spent sev- Hall are progressing nicely. The given aa a test of your knowledge of : :

W. M. toward attaining this Randolph Quarrels J. E. Clemons, eral days lust week with her hall will not seat all who are eagerto bidding. If your analyses agree with Hearts- 10. 9, 5,2

. : CELEBRATES goal.More Clifton Polk, Oral Fowler Artford daughter, Mrs. J. G. Godwin at hear God's word. All denomina- good those bidder.given below If they, you do not are a pretty Clubs- A, K, Q, 7

1 !, than 240.000 memorial Brown, Vida Mae and Estelle Mott, Raiford. tions are participants in this won- your analyses with the writer's, compare and Diamonds -9, 6, 3

W. M. Wainwright, have been registered with the Luree and Marzee Howard, Cora Mrs. J. T. Moore was shopping in derful service. The meeting will try to find out your mistakes. Spades Q. 6
t ; $,. tained with a party Tree Association by and Orine Padgett, Leitha and Jacksonville lat Saturday. continue indefinitely.Rev. No score rubber game. Cluhi art

ternoon at the home of citizens alone, states Harry Odessa Kelley Carneta Barry, Mrs. W. H. Edwards spent sev- McGauley will preach at Solutions to Last Week's Problems opens trumps the and king Z is of playing diamonds the hand.and all A

f Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Baker, state forester. Mr. Ba Madeline Crosby, Mary Sue and eral days in Tampa last week, the the Baptist church next Sunday, Hand No. 1 follow suit He then leads the trey 01

1 honor of his third also stated that .when the final Bonnie Mott and Iris Brown. guest of her sister, Mrs. C. Y. February the 28th. I Y : spades. How should Z play the hand

The George are compiled in December C Mayo. C : A B : so that he can make game no matter

was carried out in this year, Florida will have reg- Mrs. G. W. Roberts was visitingIn : Z : how the remaining cards are dii.
tributed 1.solution
y. Jolly good time was
who. approximately 325,000 or RISINGMr. Starke Tuesday afternoon. VANDERBILTCarrie Hearts t This hand ia a problem in
young guests memorial trees. Florida -A "
:. be with the host on can feel Justly proud of .. II. 51. M.,,,... Co. Buck Edwards has returned Bell P4orm.a. Cor. Clubs-9, 7,6.5.3! 2 suits"stripping, that is, taking out all
., occasion. Ice cream home after a visit to Miami. Diamonds -A, 8. 7, 2 except two and then throwing
splendid George Washington opponents in the lead. When this hat
A
A served and the Memorial tree Mr. and Mrs. McEarchen were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilkerson, Spades- 2 been done one opponent is forced
, plant; The W. M. S. of Corinth church No score rubber game. What shouldZ to
. hatches filled with activities. held their regular monthly meetingat shopping in Starke Saturday. and family were dinner guests of as dealer, bid with the foregoing lead the remaining plain suit to hit
c'' twenty-five guests The records show that all types the home of Mrs. E. C. Lewis Mrs. Alfonso Griff and nephew, Mr. and Mrs.:H. L. Norman Sun hand? disadvantage or one of the two miming
. : .. William Wooten, were visitors to plain suits and thus allow one hand to
A BAPTIST W. M. S. ) organizations are participating Saturday afternoon. Starke Saturday.Mr. day.Mr.. H. L. Norman, and Mrs. A. Solution.: At Auction with this handZ trump and the other to discard. At
"putting Florida across" in the Miss Jennie Maude trick
No. 2 Z
should win
Crosby spent the trick in
and Mrs. E. E. should bid club. The hand
one
:: Burney were A. Edwards and little
tree-planting campaign. the week-end with Miss Pearl daughter, contains three Y's hand with the ace of spades and
: The business and civic, women's, and juv Johnson at Graham. transacting business' in Starke Sat- Marie, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. values for aces a sound and. no therefore, lead a low club winning in his own

Ing of the Baptist W. organizations are all contrib Miss Lillian Kelly spent Satur- urday. Wesley Barber of Jacksonville Sat but proper the distribution is bad for that trump bid.; hand with the queen. Z should then
held in the church Mesdames W.,E. Torode and Ef lead the six of diamonds and in
urday. trump
their share in planting me- day night with Miss Carrabelle The six-card club suit, even without
, noon at 3 o'clock with trees. School children, led Norman in Vanderbilt section. fie Miner went over to Glen St. Miss Lillian Kelly of Corinth top honors, offers the best attacking Y'. hand with the ten of clubs. Y
members present Mary's Nursery Monday where bid of the hand and so must be the best should then lead a low club and win inZ'
the week-end
their local leaders spent with Misses
community Elder C. A. Crosby and hind with the The lead Z',
daughter, bid. king. of
opened with The only other possible bid with
scripture they purchased a number of beau-
Carra Belle and Mattie Norman.
shown amazing interest in Evelyn and Mr. and Mrs. Lester last diamond should be trumped in Y'.
this hand i is one diamond and that is
prayer led by the campaign. The school children Crosby attending the graduating tiful shrubbery plants for the Miss Muriel Silcox of Starke, doubtful because of the shortness of hand with the nine of clubs. The lead

A. M. Darby. have planted more than 100 services at Brooker Sunday afternoon school yard. spent the week-end with her sister, the suit and its weakness in top honors. of tiie. ace king of hearts to determinethe

The topic for the memorial trees, most of which which was conducted by El- 4 Miss Rachel Silcox, who Is teaching At Contract the hand should be distribution of that suit should
was In charge of Mrs. now be made, followed by a low dub,
school out passed the three
set out forest here. despite aces. Partnerwill
as plantations der Taylor of Hampton.Mr. .
which Z will win with the ace. The
c man was that the children and the trees and GREENWOOD The Wateroak B. Y. P. U. put on try for game with a fair hand and
wark of Our Nation" 1 Mrs. J. N. Kelly Floyd the weakness in the club suit, if bid, cards now held by Z and Yare ai
to manhood and a program over at Raiford Sunday follows
grow maturity and :
4. follows: "Strength of Randolph Crosby motored to Ml.. K.mninljne Prlnitlr. C..... may cause disaster. The penalties,
night. We hope that all attended Hearts Q. 4
Tampa Sunday. when one i is vulnerable, are too heavy
-w Mra. E.: W Hayes; .... Clubs
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After enjoyed the program. to justify bidding this of hand.
Nation spending several weeks ina type
PI Mra. A. L.
: ; RESOLUTION Diamonds- none
Rev. J. L. Norris of Lacrosse
"Other hospital In Starke with pneumonia Mr. Marshall Prlngle and sisters. Spades -4
Washlngtons",
Hand No. :3
filled his
regular appointment out:
Adam "Missionaries little Miss Crosby returned Josephine and Leona!! of Maxville -
; Whereas, the ruler of the uni. to her home last Wednesday.The at Wateroak this week-end. Hearts J, 10, 8, 3, 2Clubs s Y :
their
lion Mrs. O. J. Griffin. were visiting uncle and aunt
and the of life has Miss Mattie Norman spent the I -J, 7, 3 A B
The Intermediate giver seen sing at the home of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Prlngle recent- Diamonds9.5 : :
to withdraw that life from Mrs. H. week-end home with her parents. I ZITearts10,9 ;
our H. Lewis
iary gave an Intere Friday night was Spades K:, 6, 5
c titled "World 8ton"n beloved and esteemed sover enjoyed by those present. ly.Mr.. and Mrs. 'A. B. Rosier were Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman.A .

! The regular business E. M. Johns, and whereas, In Miss Pearl Johnson was visiting the: guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. large crowd from this section 8 Y : Clubs 7
transacted, presided and collectively are deep Mrs. W T, Crosby Wednesday af Rosier Sunday' attended the sing given at the : A B : Diamonds -none
home of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis i Z :
1! A. M. Darby. The grieved by reason of what seems I ternoon. Mr. C. A. Pringle was visiting I I Spades-Q
untimely demise of fellow Miss Carrie Alvarez of Pine relatives at Friday nightMessrs. Z should now lead the quern t d!
prayer for home our Bryceville Saturday.Mrs. No score first game. Z dealt, bid
Carl Sapp of Starke and spades. This trick must be won by A
ned for and a rising andWhereas. Level section spent the weekendat Frank Brown and children Fred one no trump and A passed. What or B, depending on the location cf f e
of
Haislop, Corinth, din-
was given the social we, your duly appoint the bedside of her cousin Aryula of Maxville spent the weekendhere were should Y now bid with the foregoing king. Suppose A wins the trick. If In
p which Mrs. J. E. committee, have been directed Crosby.Mr. with friends and relatives.Mr. ner guests of Messrs. Frank and, hand either at Auction or at Contract? leads a heart, Z can let the heart run
to and Mrs. D. M. McRae and Russel Norman Sunday. Solution: Y should pass either at to his nine if A has
man for their our camp, prepare suitable i and Mrs. J. W. Pringle spent Auction up shown up
Mrs. H. or at Contract. This hand is spoti
C. Edwards and two a if
helping make the olutlon of respect for his mem- little son, Jack were visiting relatives Sunday night with her parents, Mr. fine example of the type of hand with four neither A nor H
daughters Helen and Susie Mae con has four
hearts If A
they must drop.
meeting and roll call of and sympathy towards his be- here last week. and Mrs. C. A. Pringle. taining a five-card mjjor suit that dues I leads
of Gainesville diamond Z
were the dinner or a spade, can
such a success. The W. I family and sorrowing Mr. and Mrs. Owen Wiles and Mrs. Hester Sapp spent Satur- guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Al not justify a take-ou trump in one hand and discard a he.irt
? adjourned to meet again Mr. E. L. Crawford all of Jacksonville day night with her son, Mr. J. D. in the other.
S be it resolved, that we, were dinner guests of Mr. Peele. vanes Sunday. Hand No. 3 Suppose B wins the trick with tic!
I..KOION AND ,' Sovereigns of All Friends and Mrs. J. L. Lewis Sunday.H. Mr. C. A. Pringle happened to Mrs. G. L. Sapp and baby I Is Hearts-8,2 king of spades. lie also must lead a

TO HOLD .' .: No. 138 by our duly ap the misfortune of getting his spending a week with Mrs. H. C. CltbsJ, 9, 8, 2 heart and, if he originally held four
M.
McRae, Mr. and Mrs. B.
Edwards of Gainesville.Mr. lJiamondt10,2 hearts Z must win two heart tricks. If
YANKEETOWN committee desire to give II. McRae and Mr. and Mrs. D. M. shoulder broker Monday afternoon.He F. M. Norman was trans Spades A, 7, 6, 5,2 f) laajs a diamond or spade be givn
testimony of our heartfelt McRae and little son were visiting was taken' to the Riverside acting business in Lake Butler :l a discard of a heart in one hand antf
The district over the decease of our broth- Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McRae Satur- hospital in Jacksonville for medical Saturday afternoon. J Y t I' a trump in the other. Therefore Y 2
American Legion and sovereign and our profound day. attention. We all hope be will soon : A B t must make game in clubs fur it his
will be held at for those who mourn ma Mrs. be home again. C : Z ,i been shown that A U can only oinos
Zary Crawford and children FIVE MILE __ __ __ __ __ ______ diamond and spade trick, irrespective -
February 28th, with Mrs. Kate Pringle of Bryceville I one
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spent Sunday with her parents No rubber Z dealt bill
score game. of the distribution if tri
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I'ont
as hosts. All !la therefore ordered that these
Mr. and Is visiting her aister-in-law, Mrs.C. .. WiiatjBOOTSEY'S ,
Mrs. L. L. Conner In one no trump aud A pa ecl. \ rvmaininz. cards.
local post of the Legion be published in our lo- Vanderbilt section. A. Pringle. FIVE MILE

c iliary who would 1l1ke to newspaper and further, that Mrs. J. S.
We are sorry to report that Mrs. Sapp was shopping in )1r.. P. P. )).kI.. Cor.Mrs. .
Bee Post Commander be sent the family of our Reba Crosby is sick. Starke Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Norman and

Vining at once.ApoJachlcolaWork. e<1 sovereign and spread on Mr. and Mrs. S daughter, Cleo, and Mr. L. M. Mur-
Oscar Geiger and A. T. Thomas and Miss Leone BEACH
rhee
C records of this camp. were visitors to Starke last
B. JACOBS children of Plant City were visitingMr. Thomas of Brooker, Miss I.. Oaaklna. Cor. Saturday afternoon.
fIctIon of local streets G. M. INMANJ. and Mrs. Elbert Gloover Sun BOATDRAIN Laura Carter and her chums of:

-- W. MORGANA. day. Mr.. 01....,.. Ritmard. Cor. Jacksonville, spent Friday here
Miss Tresa Bennett of Raiford picnlclng. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawfordand
O. MORGAN
spent the week-end with Miss Hazel bon, Robert and Mr. M. Craw-
OVER WOR/ 4 Committee Underhill. Ira Allen,< J. M. Allen and Brooker Mr. and spent Mrs.Saturday Arthur Douglas night here of ford attended church at Union Sunday 8 QuartStoclc

Mr. Leroy Sweat of Hellbronn Edgker Glisson visited Leslie Gilson and were dinner guests of Mr.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Dekle.
FANNIE L STEWART was transacting business in this Sunday. and Mrs. 'V, R. Kersey of Vander-
section last Wednesday. The Brotherhood from Jacksonville Miss Johnnie Mae Coody was the bllt.

of Mrs. Fannie L. Stew visited the China Grove guest of Mrs. Lillian Dekle Satur- Mr. E. J. Roberts and Howard Potin

will learn with regret of her church at 3 o'clock Sunday after- day.Mr. Miner of Lawtey were visiting Mr.

Saturday night at her home, noon. and Mrs. Dana L. Duke. accompanied and Mrs. R. N. Crawford Sunday enamel for
West Twentieth street. The NEJV RIVER Nelson Grlfftb': called on Alva by Oren Dekle and Res- afternoon.Mr. ivory

was a native of Starke Ml.. Kml I,:... Cor. Coleman Sunday ale Carleton, visited relatives and and Mrs. Lester Chesser of:
had been a resident of Jack- Perry Newsom visited Russell friends in Cooler Pond Sunday.Mr. Valdo, spent the week-end here 100OCTAGON

for 33 years. She was a Rev. Hemingway of Starke filled McRae Sunday. and Mrs. Ben F. Gainey were the guests of relatives.

of the Anderson Memorial his regular appolnment at the Baptist Ernest Allen called on Carl shopping In Lake Butler Friday. Those attending the COUPONS
working at
Church South. Be church here Johnson Sunday.Mr. Mrs. R. E. Dekle and Miss Jose-
Sunday morningand the Evergreen cemetery from
here
her widower Robert L. Stew- evening. and Mrs. Carl Andrews phine Blume were transacting last 10

1. she Moore la survived of Davenport.by a niece,Iowa.Mrs. Rev. Butler filled his regular appointment called on Mr. and Mrs. Spencer business Butler in Worthington and Lake I R. N.Wednesday Crawford, were Mr. and Mr.Mrs.and C.Mrs.E. must lie from
Sunday.Mr. Saturday.
at the Christian churchat Crawford Mrs. Lacy Norman OCTAGONPOWDER
services held In the Q. D. Falrcloth and and
were
Long Bridge Saturday and and Mrs. Eliza Coleman visIted son, Leroy daughter Cleo. Mr. and Mrs. W M.
Memorial Methodist Sunday. F. R. Coleman Sunday. were here Friday on a fishing Reddish and children.
at 3:30 o'clock. :Monday Miss :Mae Grlffia called trip.
Mra.
Quite a large number from here on Mrs. Jean Gaskins and
__ Rev. A. P. Smith pastor, offi attended the field day program In R. L. Lee Sunday. Kirke and Julian Dekle spent were visiting Mr. and Mrs.children Lewis
The following were pall Starke> Monday.We Miss Pauline Prevatt called on Friday night In Lake Butler. guests Harris at Ellerbee
JP TO your ear 1 fe .: S. W. Walker, George are sorry to report that Mr Mien Mae Griffin Sunday. of their grandfather Rev. Proctor. noon. Sunday after-
very noire at high Hershell Hamilton J. S. Mr. and
N'. W. S. Sibley the principal of our Albert Gllavon called on Susie Mrs. Joe Green have
aDd wonder bark at;you the sip at J. H. Tuttle and Paul school is IU In the hospital at Lake Allen yesterday. moved to the Drawdy farm recently Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Chesaer and

Watch out! The Interment was In the City. We all wish him a speedy re C vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Robert daughter Nettle, spent a few days
lot In Evergreen Green. at Campville last week the
sMrvea may; lead to cemetery. covery. GEORGE WASHINGTON guestsof
'4 Norrons arrangements were In charge Misses Werdner and Georgia Mr. and Mrs. Zell Dukes of Jacksonville relatives Mrs. Chesser! having

.w Indigestion and a the Marcus Conant Company. Kelly of Raiford attended church George Washington was great and visited his father T. A. gone; there for medical attention

MMT' unpleasant S at Long Bridge Sunday morning strong, Dukes last week, returning to and her friends will be glad to
WjT Bffcrvoserat don" ;you try GEORGE: WASHINGTON and night. He! loved his country well. Jacksonville Saturday. know she Is much improved.Mr. .
Nerrln
,; Just one in a half Mr. and Mra. Wilbert Mann ofLake ; He fought to make It great and L. G. Johnson was transacting and Mrs. James Rosier were
water makes a was a boy. Butler were dinner guests of free business in Lake Butler Saturday. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Darby Gas- Get your Premiumat

Hoc drink de'JghtfuUy went to school her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. L. His deeds we like to tell. Russell Green of Brooker visited kins at Hellbronn Sunday after-

.. over-taxed ncrvea. tried to keep the golden rule. Johns Sunday. Joly teacher says George Washing friends here Sunday. noon. our store. We are
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Dr. M1U' NcrrlM was his mother's joy and Quite a few from the StateTarm ton, Miss Josephine Blume spent Sun- A nice shower and a much needed -

: .Kff ute_In two.nt Tablet.forma- And pride attended church at Long Bridge, His books kept clean and white, day with Mrs. P. P. Dekle. the one fell here last Monday and the local Octagon
!i of course he never lied. And that he farmers are busy planting their
the same soothing / It's not a joke Sunday morning. tried with all his Dr. J. M. Mann and Dr. J. E. early
crops.
; Sl-OOat S might Maines Premium Agent.
;rou drag were professional vlslators
This It's not In fun- Key Went-Plans and spelflcatlons -, To learn his lessons right. in our section Monday Mra. J. I.. Gaakina and daugh-
man's name Is Washington. for new lighthouse structure By Esther Chapin. 6th grade. ers, Thelma and Gertrude attended
By Edna Pearce 6th grade. Mre. at Smith's Shoals, four and one-, Mrs. Lovell, teacher. Mra. T. H. Waters visited her church at Union last Saturday.- Bradford County
Lovell daughter Mrs.
teacher. Russell
Parrish
half miles from here last Mr.
approved by C and Mrs. J. L. Gaskins end
week.
C Farmers
Co.
department of commerce. Stuart- laughter, Supply
.Federal Gertrude
engineers and Mrs.
UmatlllaUncle Tom's Bar-B-Q now Miss Gladys Duke Lacy
spent Thursday
____ opened at Towler Filling Station, Winter Park-Local C completing survey of St. Lucie In- and friday In Lake Butler-, Norman, and daughter, dee were Starke, Florida
building tailing Miss
let. East Frankie
North Umatilla. Coast terminus of cross- Lou Mur-
guests of Misses
permits for 1931 totaled Ruth and Pearle
9407,323. state canal. 1 bee In the Gill hospital at Starke

; Tyson. 1 1H last Thursday. -

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L.r FEBRUARY ?6. 19t8 t
\Y BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEORAPII. STARK FLORIDA' r,
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through the valley of the shadowof Clerk Mrs O. P Raymond. 1- PRESBYTERIAN Underhill of Brooker were visiting able management of Mrs Floy Sul
: death, I will fear no evil: for Pianist Miss Ethel Griffin.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Clarke Sun- livan. The children seem to be

thou art with me, thy rod and thy Assistant, Miss Mary Canova. I Services Sunday February 28, as day.Mr. considerably happy aa their vaca

staff they comfort me. Chorister, John Powell. follows: Williams of Brooker was tion clays have arrived.

Psalm 49:15.: God will redeem Sunday school officers Superintendent 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fender Little Lloyd Arford returned, A

my soul from the power of the A. J. Thomas; secretary, J. Truby, supt. Lesson topic, "The Sunday. home Sunday from Olustee after a

'Thy WOKJ a a >lamp !IIItI "T feet and ace "'' a? pilk-Pulm 119105.: grave: for he shall receive me. 1!. Brownlee; treasurer, H. L. Resurrection of Lazarus." Miss Daisy Moore of Clearwater few days visit with his sister Mrs
Proverbs 14 ::32. The righteous Brownlee; pianist. Miss Estelle Davie 11 a. m. Morning Worship, Ser- waa visiting her parents Mr. and Wesley Prlngle.

"' rb1il1f3Jt1iU All religious teaching, doctrine or hath hope In his death. ; assistant :Miss Lena Belle mon by the pastor. Theme, "The Mrs. D. W. Moore Sunday.Mr. -

'W'r f W creed if they are to have any elahnpon II. Corinthians 5:1.: For we know Shepard; teachers G. P. Raymond, Measuring Line." and Mrs. John Jordan and SPECIAL MtRTKlf; HALR!

I. the love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with that if our earthly house of this Mrs. Raymond Mrs. L. Q. Powell 8:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor. Miss Alma Jordan of McRa, were Hereby notice la given that under

8 the teachings of issue the! Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevice tabernacle be dissolved we have a Mrs. G. C. White Mrs. W. J. Epperson Topic, What Contributions to Civilization visitors of Mr. and Mrs S. R Swin- and by virtue of that certain final

SPARE LIKE heart and MAN of whom" it was said in John 7:46."NEVER MANTifiS building of God a house not made Miss Eunice Perkins, Lena are Missionaries Making? dell and family Saturday afternoon 7.decree. Adklna. on ,Feb Judite 8th of IDA Circuit] by Hon.Court A.

with hands eternal in the heavens. Belle Shepard, Estelle Davis, Mar Leader, Inez Forsythe. Mr. William Packham waa a In and for Hradford County Florida,

Pastors of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use this deartment Revelations 1413.: Blessed are tha Brownlee Mrs. Montgomery, 7:30: p. m. Evening worship song business visitor to Starke satur- In gage that suit certain wherein foreclosure Jainea II of Kite mort i
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for news of church activities, organizations and announce. fie dead which die in the Lord from Mrs. A. E. Wall, Mr. Bumgarner. and sermon. day afternoon.The Executor of the estate. of Kllnhn.

n"- Space freely given and no charge made-the only requirement henceforth: Yea salth the spirit I A splendid report of the work Prayer meeting Wednesday at Theressa public school c'oses Kite, d""RlIpd. I. complainant, and
.'ln'k- that such items reach this office before Wednesday morning that they rest from their labors '' of the Woman's John. A. libel ..r., et .1. are defendanta -
may 'I' Missionary Society 7:30: p. m. today a successful term under! the the undermined a. Special
n'thcrwlm( they cannot be handled for current luaue. ; and their works do follow was made by the secretary, Mrs. A cordial invitation to all our -- -- - Maater. will, on Monday the 7th day
of March, A. I>. 1932, duringthe
them. W. J. Epperson. There are three services extended to all. NOTICM TO nntTnilS ANI legal, houre of mile, pelt. to the
I 11 I and then said to his disciples, "Let Prayer: Almighty God we are circles belonging to the W. M. U. CHKIIII'Olt highest bidder for rash In front nf

SUNDAY SCHOOL I ''; us go into Judea again." The disclples not afraid with thee at hand to and each one of there circles has BAPTISTSunday Notice I I. hereny given that all Stork the Month., Kradfonl door of the county r.iurthnuae, Florida In

LESSON I objected because the Jews bless. Thou wilt never leave us undertaken the following responsibility creditors, leKatee., distributees and she. following Oeecrlhed Innda lying ,

I II had tried to kill Jesus there. Jesus nor forsake us. Grant us a steadfast : No. 1 to look after the school at 10 a m., A. J. nil portion estate. of having Williams. claim O. Fnreyth.agiklnKtthe and FliirUA ImlrK, tnwll.I In said/ Hradford.."ro'.. In u.J County. corner ,

told them that Lazarus was dead faith in the closing hours of : needs of the parsonage; No. 2 cares Thomas/ slept Our school Is going deceased lire hereby renxitred topr..nt of 1"10"4>4 of N'-I4.' and NU, of KV4nf !
FEBRUARY 28 1932 lhotr' claim 1 Only authsntlwiled Hectlcm' 2ft I
FOIL I I but said, "nevertheless let us go life. for the inside of the church build- strong. to the lion. ten A. Onnll-, linnra at Rant andV Tnwnxhlp<* of $' \VVk Mouth of,

I unto him. Then the disciple Remember the Sabbath Day, to Ing; Circle )lo. 3 attends to the Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. nor, county judir, of Bradford rniintr N JWlfc", and lot II and West half of t
Subject: Jesus rallies Lazarus said to "Let Florida I for his approval 1 wltltln lot 84. and t<:a..1. half. of lot SI In
Thomas the others Keep it Holy-Exodus 208.: Go to beautifying of the church grounds.All m. oneyear from: data hereof, or this Woodlawn all In ri.ctton 30. Township -
from the dead. I us also go that we may die with church Sunday. three are uniting to raise: mon B. Y. P. U. Intermediate meetsat nolle will be held. In bar thereto 5 Mouth Itaiiice :at Mint, and
Text: "I am the end all persona. Indebted. to mild estate nnialnlnh In .
Golden resurrection him." all IISS\ acre moreor
ey to add to the legacy of $500.00 6:30: p. m. It is expected that a are reiie-ted. to pav their said lee,, To unllefy said decree.
and the life: he that believethj I When they came to Bethany DAILY B1BLK THOUGHTS given to our church by the gener- senior or adult union will be organized debts forthwith to the underditnedadministrator. H. CIIKW8.:
M..ti"
1m me, though he were dead yet Lazarus had been in his tomb four at Special I 'I In Chancery;
W. It
osity of the late J. Alvarez. once. Thla >eta> day of January, 1011 KNTCI1IT a .
KNHIIlr. Htarke, Plo
shall he live. John 11:25.: : days. The sister, Martha, came out February 20 I Is hoped that a new addition will Our church was decorated with J. A. KATLFHH, Solicitor' \ for CnmrlMnant.NU1ICN : t,.
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Lesson Text: John 113244.: to meet Jesus and said "Lord if The Reward-Verily there is a : soon be built onto the church to afford : flags and flowers and the service Adminl.tratotNTI17 1.12-41.3.4
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Time and Place of Lesson: A few thou hadst been here my brother reward for the righteous: verily, more Sunday school and social honoring the memory of Washington TO APHKillIt 'TO KIUOtt: tat) ti tiC
[weeks before the Crucifixion; had not died." And then she added last
rooms. Mrs. Epperson's report Sunday was much enjoy.
he is a God that judgeth in the appearing from affidavit nttach. HMH1O1IH f'
j Bethany. "But I know, that even now what- earth.-Psalm 58: 11.February showed that a large amount of ed. We were all glad to welcome (>d to the tilII of complaint filed In
Introduction: "The Gospels give soever thou wilt ask of God God personal service had been renderedby Supt. Blitch of the state farm who this court, wherein Frank. MMarley. creditor Notion Ix hereby given. that all :
27 legatees, dlntrllii.teea 1 ,
h... filed. cult for divorce and
I us three detailed accounts of resur- will give It thee." Winning An Enemy: If thine the members In visits to the has recovered from a serious 111METIIODEST \ aril In Marlxv; that resilience. attainsV or! all nerxmN h,ivlnir claim. aicalnet :
rection miracles performed by Would It not be well If Christians I. sick and needy; trays cash flowers ness ftddre-a I of Wardle Mar Icy la Hoa- I he decenneil eetate.. of nvorelt Mnrkl"y Johna.. :,
enemy be hungry, give him breadto ton, MaamichimattB them I. ore hereby required to "
Christ, the raising of the son of the would have such faith ; that 1 la no preeent their ,
[ today literature and garments given ,, state rlitlma duly uuthensltratted
eat and if he be thirsty give person of Florida,
j widow of Nain, and of the daughter in Christ? After a conversationwith ; constantly during the year. Three known; tn..rJll: service wf process to the' Hon (""n. A. Hard I- .
25: nor,
drink. Proverbs
him water to : upon whom would bind the sold de smarty Judge of Hrudfnrd coun
of Jairus and the raising of Jesus Martha went back to 21. boxes valued at $.&3.00 were sent to fendant. ty Florida for his approval with' '

I Lazarus which we are now to her house and said to Mary, "The' our adopted girl in the orphanageat Sunday school 10 a. m.; Sermon, Its. therefore ordered that the in one year from date hereof or thlanotice I '

I study. Of all the narratives of our Master is come and calleth for Magnify February the Name-O 28 magnifythe Arcadia and one box valued at 11 a. m. ; Epworth League, 7 p. m.; cold hill of Wnrdte complaint: Morley: In do sold appear cniine,,,to,the In and nil will iivmona be held Indebted, In bar to .Raid thereto e,-, M-I

I Lord's acts none Is so full of His thee." Then Mary "arose quickly, $5.00 to our Margaret Fund stu Evening Sermon 7:30: p. m.; World "Htarko, Florida. on or before March tale are requested| to pay their cold! .
( Lord with me, and let us exalt 7th A. I>. 19S2. elite the alleKatlon lebta forthwith to the underalKiiedarimlnlntrutrlK. ,
and his as this Club 3:00
majesty sympathy Tuesday, : m.
and unto him"Then p
came dent. .
of said bill of '
his name together.-Psalm 34: 3.February complaint will be \.
(of the raising of Lazarus. It was our lesson for today begins 29 The W. M. U. la fostering a wide Parents are urged to see that taken aa ronfeaiied by her Thla 16lh day of January, 1(31.TIIBLMA I'

I humanly speaking, the great movIng "Then when Mary was come where Sin Separates Your Iniquitieshave awake Y. W. A., two G. A.'s and a their children attend. Teachers de- It In be: further. h':1I"t;: : a week thla' notice U>r 1-lS-tH-a-ll.. ELIZA Adinlnlatratrfx I'ITJI JOHNS' )rx j

I cause of the Lord's death. And Jesus was and saw him, she fell between and Sunbeam Band. The treasurer of serve your cooperation. four coneecutlve weeks In Hradford.

I he deliberately did it, knowing it down at his feet, saying unto Him, God separated and sins have you hid the W. M. U., Mrs. G. W. Alderman, Subject Sunday morning sermon Htarke County, Florida.WltneaM Teleirraph. published In NOTICN TO npirrnii Ann I
[would have this effect. This great if here your your should interest you "Why Judas hand Clerk and itK.mrom
Lord thou hadst been my his face from that he will not reported that a total of $193 had my an ,
[ miracle Is recorded by John alone, | brother had not died. When Jesus you been raised during the for Betrayed His Master," is the sub the Hen I of thla court thla the 4th Nails .la hereby given that allcredltora (
year .
hear.-Isaiah 59: 2.Manh. day of February, A 83O. dletribut.e. and
[ perhaps because he wrote so long therefore saw her weeping, and the 1 missions. ject. Excellent attendance last W. J1II! >KUMAN. all ...". :nell'h' r claltna: ;niralnM ,

[ after the other evangelists and Jews also weeping which came with The trustees reported that a Sunday morning and evening. Dr. (Official Seal.) Clerk nf the the eetate of J. W Andrews Kr., d... '..
Stay With the Lord: The Lordis Circuit Court are hereby r.'III..1. to pre /1
[ when they wrote Lazarus was her, he groaned in the spirit, and while be with him; suitable resolution expressing the Hill, Jacksonville district preachedat 13 K. FKHHYMAN e..n""h elr chime to the Honorable /
probably still living and It might Where with you ye the evening hour. Audience de Solicitor fur Complainant Oeo, A. llnrdlner I county Judge ofHradlord .
was troubled. And said and if seek him, he will be, appreciation of the church for the 1111111.14.NOTIC'N : County: Florida, for tola
I not have been safe for him to have have ye laid him? They said 1 unto ye forsake gift of $500.00 donated to the lighted with message. Welcome. approval within one year from date I i u"I

I the miracle recorded and broadcast him Lord, come and see. Jesus found of you; but if ye church by the late J. W. Alvarez e OF apKCIAI.: MASTKIfM, hereof,. or thla notice will b* held In ,
him, he will forsake you.-2 Chorn- KINGSLKY LAKE CHURCH bar r thereto, and all peraona, Indebted
[ among the churches.At wept. Then said the Jews Behold was being drawn up to be mailed to aJAI.13! to aald. eetate. are required to pay

Bethany, on the eastern slope how he loved him! And some of icles 152.: the brother and sisters of said Pursuant tnj a decree of (tie circuitcourt ,their' aald. d.bta.. forthwith to the on.lr.irned -
March 2 Administrator.
[ of the Mount of Olives about two them said Could not this man, doner. Also the trustees reportedthat There will be services at Kings- Hradford County, Florida This 8th day of January, A. D. ,
The Power of Thought-As he ley Lake Baptist Church Sunday made and entered' on the 10th day ofFebruary.
1931.
[ miles from Jerusalem, the family which opened the of the blind, taken to get
eyes steps were being 1931 by the lion. A. V.
thlnketh In his heart so is he.- J. W. ANDREWS, Jr.
at 10:30 o'clock.
of Lazarus lived. Martha morning : Every- LonK. Judge has vI..... In thatcaiiNe
j seems have caused that even this man plans and contractors' bids for the pro l-8-8t-3-4 Administrator ?
Proverbs 23: 7. welcome. wherein Hnlrd Hardware Company
body
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to have been the oldest, a practical should not have died? Jesus there- erection of an addition to our a corporation la complainant, w
j housewife. Mary the next in fore again groaning in himself Wait atlently-Walt on the church building. These plans and J. L. Silcox. :, Clerk. and heWItt C. Jones at nl:, are defendants NOTiriO foil IM'lll.K'ATIOW s4
Lord: be of good courage, and he S the final. .
same being decree
a
I age was a woman of deep spiritual cometh to the grave. It was a cave bids to be presented at a later of foreclosure, 1 aa Special' Master Serial No. 021114pepartment lK
wait
shall strengthen thine heart: ST. MARKS .
nature, a devout disciple of Jesus. and a stone lay upon it." The Jews church meeting.The will offer for sale and cell at of the Interior. Oen.eral
I say on the Lord.-Psalm 27:14.: public outcry for cash to the hl..h..tan" Land Office' at llalneavllle,
Lazarus was probably the youngestof who were present were largely church treasurer, .J. F. The Rt. Rev. Frank best bidder In front of the Florida. January 30. 1991
A.
the three. The family apparently "professional mourners" who, according Klckliter, reported that there had Juhan Houth' Door of the Court House In Notice h I hereby given I that. Henry
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHThe I Bishop of Florida, will hold a service the Town of Orlffla, of dlarkn, 'Mrldu.' who, on
Htarke, Bradford
rounty :
[ rejoiced in the privilege of en- to the custom of the times, been received and paid: to maintenance Florida, l October 17, 1938, in de Ilomeateadentry. Vf.
i at St. Mark's church at 11:00a. at the I"K.I hour of sale .,
tertaining Jesus when he came to attended funerals, and noisily la of local church for the year on the 7lh day of March A. I). IK31, No. 0216(14.( for Uouthenet quarter
[ Jerusalem. mented. annual roll call, business $1627.84 for missionary work m. Sunday Feb. 28th, 1932 the wit followInK described property to- 4, Tnwnehlp of MoutheaHt. South' quarter Han ;e, M Hertlon t'c.t,

Practically nothing Is known of "Jesus said, take ye away the meeting and church social was held $398.88, making a total of $2026.72. r.r rrrS -rrrr Lots: Six and Right nf Block Twen- Tallnhaanee.. Meridian to ma'st'has filed- no j

Lazarus, outside the facts In this stone. Martha, the sister of him on Wednesday evening, Feb. 10th. Considering the financial .conditions -= ty-two.acnordlnn of UrlKlnal Town of Htarke, lies proof of, tn Intention eMnbllah. claim t.i lhv i-year land

I lesson. Judging from, the number was dead, salth unto him Lord by The meeting was largely attendedand all those present felt that THERESSAMr recorded In to n..S Hook of flat"N"thereof page above' ileacrtbed. before Clerk Circuit l

I of condoling friends who came this time he atlnketh: for he hath much enjoyed. Officers for our church had done quite well. I 759 ford of. the public record of IIrad- lllh (day court of at March"Htarke,19S Florida, on the 19

l from the city upon the occasion of been dead four days. Jesus salth the year were appointed as follows: Reports from the Sunday school .. A. L. Sulllvna, Cur And county also. .a Florida certain; strip of land Claimant' name aa of wltneaaa'Hheltnn l.awtey, 'Fta

[ his death and the costly ointment I unto her, Said I not unto thee that, Active deacons, G. W. Alderman showed an increased attendance twenty-two. and one- half feet wide1net John n. Starling Mathews' of Lawtey, FU.

which Mary used to anoint Jesus if thou wouldest believe thou L. G. Powell, J. M. Brownlee J. F. two new classes having been lately I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johns were half of and Lots West Two, a and part Four of the of Illo West.k Hob Cooper of .,Htarke of f< ., Fla.Aaher Fla. I

the family waa probably well ahouldest see the glory of God?" Klckliter, C. H. Walters. As hon- organized. The treasurer's report I business visitors in Starke Thurs Nineteen of the original Town of K. Dukes IKOUOW 1t..rk.l C. f noM. J'

known and well-to-do. I They took away the stone
After healing the blind man; and after a short prayer to God. Jesus nually appointed, we have, Rev. L. uted by the classes for the year : Miss Oulda Hall was a vliitor/ Bradford County, Florida and more

giving the discourse about the 1 I "cried with a loud voice, Lazarus, W. Klckliter L. C. Powell and W. and that $287 had been paid for' to Bradford High School Tuesday. Conunenulnjc particularly described at the Northeast... follows corner .: MASTKIffl MALI

"good Shepherd as net out in our Come forth." "And he that was T. Weeks who have served the literature, missions and janitor service Mr. and Mrs. B. C., Varnes and of laniiH conveyed to the Ytrad- I Hereby. notice la. given that under I

last two lesson, the JewS sought to dead came forth, bound hand and church faithfully for many years.Of etc. little eon, Carl Mrs. O. A. Thrower, deed ford County dated the Bank twenty-third by A. V. txinaby day of 'and entered by virtue by lion, of A that'f certain Adklna I ,decree ledge !

kill Jesus, and he left Jerusalemand foot with graveclothes, and his these St. Paul writes In I Tim. The superintendent, A. J. Thomas Mr. Glendale Thrower of Jacksonville March It ll.' and run thence Must I of circuit I court I In'and for Bradford

Judea and went to Bethabara face was bound about with a nap. 3:13: : "Those who do good serviceas made a short address expressing and Mrs. E. B. Johns of Starke land twenty-two'of J. W.and Morgan one-half, thence feet Mouth to noiintv certain' 19nrldain fnreiluaure. Chancery oaune wherelH In that' : 1

where John the Baptist baptized on kin. Jesus salth unto them Loose deacons win a good position for his appreciation of the faithful were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. J. one hundred and five feet, thence Hank nf Stark, a corporation I. ,

the east side of Jordan river. While him. and let him go." This was themselves as well as great free- cooperation of the officers and Zeigler last Thursday afternoon. Weat thence twenty North-lwo one and hundred one-half feet complainant and M. :Zlnker. Mllle and
and five other are parties defendant on Jaa
Jesus was at that place Lazarus probably the last and greatest dom in the faith of Christ Jesus." teachers. After the roll call refreshments Mr. J. I. Carsttenson was in feet to point/ of beginning direction 20th, 1911.! the underalKned apeclatmaeler !

who lived at Bethany became sick. : miracle performed b) Jesua. Trustees for the year A. M. were served by the social Jacksonville Monday on business.Mr. being controlled by llnea of cold lot. 'II.I durlnx the legal hour
aa shown by .
map or plat above r.- of eal< on Monday the 7th deynf
His sisters, Martha and Mary, sent Darby, H. L. Brownlee, W. J. Ep- committee of the W. M. U. and Mrs. Wesley Pringle of ferred to. March, IfU2. In front of the Ho.ita

unto Jesus saying, "Lord behold, he WEEKLY SKKMONETTE person L. O. Powell Ray Olustee were visiting her parents, K. K. PRUHYMAN door of the court houne In "tar..,
Special Master, Hradford.' county, Florida cell to the
whom thou lovest is sick." Jesus I Victory Over Death I B. M. Thomas, H. C. NeWSOm'j Lake Worth-Formal dedicationheld Mr. and Mrs. Louis Arford Sunday. J. T. FIIAZEB highest. hldder fnr each the follow-

remained two days on the Jordan Psalm 234.: Though I walk Treasurer J. F. recently for Pioneer Park. I Mr. Lacy Brown and Mr. Charlie Attorney for Plaintiff 2114134"THE Inw Inncla. lying and belner In said 1
Hradford, county, Florida, to-wlt
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.hip. 1 lIout h. Mange 10 Beet. and also ,

MAIN\ THING ON MAIN STREET" By L. F. Van ZelmMAIN lot MWU 4 In\ Hlork of NttU II In Northeaat of Section cornerof 1*. YYrss

Township) T Mouth Flange 11 Bast, srr'ti
for the purpose of satisfying said o5'
,. --.or'-, "."....
ni1.J UlZ B K. PERRYMAN.
Mpeclal' I Maeter In Chancery.KNinitT : .
STQe6T'6 / A KNI
LEADING) N&'thPAPm .. I i) Solicitors: for Complainant 2-0-51-3-4.

\ I I Nlv1Z/ :; TALK ,
\ I NOTtCIII OF ItUIITI'lIt'1I ALta loo
I Iw ASOUT N00UDt11'
GRAND STAND MAIN 5/REtT _
BUT- Notice I iii hereby given that ondwr
ERECTED To'uH AI.L and by virtue of that certain final.
GYO7 I decree of foreclosure. made January
(1th. A. D. 1911, by Honorable A. 7..
Adklns: Judge of the loth, Judicial
A GLAND STAND Movlrs circuit In and for Hradford county,
9TATU Florida In that certain eauae wherein .
I 16 BUILT 60 Ti4AT
;, Ton.1-oMt the city of Htarke, a municipal r
THE" PUBUC; MAY I Ips 1 corporation, I I. complainant and Roeert 1
EASILY' VICV Tt4E JACK CrtlN, MeWaln and Hertha MoWaln.
t VC ORIGINAL his wife, Joined by Robert MoWala,
UNVEILING OPTHE t nuaband and neat friend, aredefendantlhr :
PKUK
MEW' STATUE undersigned, as special
r// MAN Will BC master, will poll for cash lethe
WHICH '< Tb MAIM STBEET: ... door of the court bouse, Isj
Stark, Bradford county, Florida, +
BY OUR ILLUSTRIOUS on Monday the 7th day of March A.
ANI<"' l>. 1>1>. during' the legal hours ofsale t
J. P CO'i'liG. fur the purpose of aatlefylfie
FNn .said final decree and the amounts
a'+ r ICiC CiNt theriln contained, the following eleiTlnd -
real estate, lying I Flora
In Starke, Bradford county, ,
,tn.wit I
Ix>t* rive (5). Mix (I) and .nevea.. Y
(7) In Shock Al-teen. (!I') In LIvlnK- .L'.tonTrubv .
and Company's addllleej'

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A.. H CREWS, Special Master

I L 'DOROTHY" DARNTT- By Charles 'McMaritis_ Solicitor for Complainant 1-1-11-1-4 ,I j


NOTICM or "MASTER'S' CALM
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I WN'T TO 1 \ WHAT S I IS MAMA ENGAGED Notloe la hereby given' that under 'a
.. I S h WHAT ARE ] and by virtue of that certain final. 1 I .
SUCH A SILLY WHY LADY decree of foreclosure. made Januarylath
EE Vou J A. P ; Honorable A. Z.
{Ol1RMAMA. I \: LAUGHING! SILLY AOouTquESTIaJ SH&"i: 4EENt1ARRIED Adklm. Jud 11'fb"; the 311th Judicial s

EE 3T? FoR 'Iroult. ln and for Bradford county. ) t
I I Florida, In that certain cause wherein ;
SHE
IS >> \ SIXTEEN ( the city of Htarke a municipal t ,.
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corporation la complainant and H. J. a ) '
En1reAC4ED'
e 1l YEARS! = Davis Mr.. (I .... Inman Joined 7 if.,11 Ftl. -
and friend O.
by her husband next
BJ Inman are defendants, the undersigned
f 0 a. special manter. will
A. sell fur rash to the high-it and
rt best bidder In front of the front f'
ylL door of the court house In Stark ,
\ Hradfcird county Florida. on Mon } '
4- iUr t Hie 7th d"r.ot March A. D.
113>> durlnsr hours of sale,
for the purpose of satisfying l4
aJ final decree, and the amounts there.In 3A
s contained,: the following' described
real estate lying and being Io 1
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mark, Uradford :county: Florida. 1 ,

Lois One 411 Two ((1) and Three
277oOis (3)) of Block Seventeen U7 In tlv.
InKston-Truby and Company's Ad
dlllon to the Town of Htarke.
I II''I4I.W. D. B. KNIOHT.
Special Muter,
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.- ? - upon conquered nations are meas- pollrI'C1
j Bradford County-Telegraph-- ured In terms of billions not a few l Announcement

i] From Other Pens I j jA paltry millions.-Jacksonville Her. Late

f Established 1877 I aId. r6foo roll STATE! BRlt! !' ATOR J JlIold
of
i' I In respond to the suggestion
_p ____-.-- .p1 --0- many friend., and believing that I

1.: ,." ; Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class little. encouragement goes a ,gallons Gasoline in sales December dropped, comparedwith a million : WI 'l elassifSy can people bn of of thin valuable senatorial service district to the

: Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida long way with the candidate.- the previous December. The RUSSELL KAY composed, I of hereby Union announce and BradtordooUileI myself

Starke Telegraph. That la all some a* a candidate. for state senator Vpw in Shirk,.
of them will get.-Delray Beach sales were a llttla over twenty-one Secretary Florid Prcu Auociaiion subject to the will) of the Democratic The Editor:

}1' E. S. Matthews _" Owner and Publisher million gallons In 1030 and a little voters at the primary election on
Hammer.. June 7, 1932. 1 am in favor of and I have just read an im,.."
a J. C. Robinson . ._ __ __-u :Managing\ : Editor o over twenty million last December.But I suppose Mr. Harry Payune will work for tax reduction and In his Kerr in this week oy s..
: In the former year the tax was reduction of tho running lSatul'dl
dollar or two now o expense or !
Senator Stewart of Nassau Burton draws a Evening Post.
It
the slate government: I also
six cents and last December it was Certll.lnlII
SUBSCRIPTION RATE county says he will probably run and then for editln' the Cosmopolitan favor andwill work for the mirror which will *
seven cents. Notwithstanding the strengthening of the .statebanking permjt 80m,
.
Cornelius Vanderbilt *
R. A. Green. and no doubt
,
against Congressman our clubs and
loss of a in sales laws to protect depositors and to orders t< lee
minion gallons th
r Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance Green Is very ripe at this time with Jr., got somethin' besides make their liability to loss muchmol' selves as others see them _
: the tax returns amounted to over remote. I will ever be alert The t.
for writin'that
the voters in Ills district.-Lake his name in the paper
Rates Application vorite
i Advertising indoor
on one hundred and fifty) thousand dol. for and on the right anyother I sport for the next
March Is rldb'.lfv: :: f "
City Reporter. Florida story In the measure which to months will be to
lars more last December. So the be for the best interests of the people hold-up the oi
-
o state came out all right. But whenwe sue. and the protection of their riirhte didatss for political offices b'T
W: .t Mon y spent at home cannot go wrong. You have to watch the styles in and property. Tour vote and support torting an "ad" or a ) !
look at the loss in sales and "card' i in
will be highly appreciated, and '
It-
pj dresses in Florida to tell when the But if you ask me, them Literary turn for the
? take the spread as being four cents If I am elected. your confidence In very doubtful prow
season changes. Starke Tele- Big Shots ought to be ashamed of me will never be violated.Reepectruily.. of !
j One by one the 1931 tags are disappearing.0 for the retailer of gas we find that support at the polls Doubthj
graph. 'Styles? la that what the themselves for tryln' to lead young
, the filling station owners lost in lake Butler, Fla. J. M. MANN M. D. because such hold-up experts thtt
i -0 open spaces are called?-Delray girls astray. Cornelius starts off nothing of getting both candidiZ
has at work in the war zone. Beach Hammer. profits some forty thousand dollars lady to close To the Democratic Voters of the
a good press agent In the shuffle. That's not a very: by tellin' the young Fifteenth Senatorial District to the same office to contribute
her eyes and slip him her mlt and Many of the voter, both Bradfordand then voting
T a Tampa does not take kindly to great amount spread over the thousands he'll take her to America's Play Union counties, which comprisethe according to their o*

A good slogan for some party would be "Jobs for Jobless." the proposal to build a canal acrose of retailers but what will the ground. me, above prior to senatorial the death at of ctse'r: prejudice or convictions Then
same hold-up artists
t. o the upper part of Florida.-Starke loss amount to this summer A Johns to enter the race for the brazenly g.
large number of cars will be off the Democratic nomination as senator from store to store prying loc
I If you run out of anything else to do, you can peddle ties. Telegraph. Nor do we blame roads this year on account of high Then when he gets the poor little In the coming primary election to prizes or contributions or "' .!
Tampa. Most of us would like to country girl in a position where be held In June 1932. I now take w
license costs. this' method of making formal without pretending to
The
my give
0.- high gasolinetax valw",,
have that canal at our back he
right she can't check on him leaps announcement for thle Important for value
The ground hog and the road hog are two different animas doors.-Bronson Journal. : Is going to make all drivers Into his fairy tale like this: "We'reoff office. I ask each and every voterto for received. It Is high tin,
4 careful and economical. December carefully consider my candidacy; our citizens to consider can
: o in a cloud of crushed shell dust if I um the nominee I pledge efficient whether
fully the
' is a month In which we have service to the game is worn
Bradford Tele- people.
From the County roads down
-all the BETTER
___________o __________ large numbers of tourists arrivingand Respectfully, the candle.. It must be dcmoralh
"
graph: "Perry Herald predicts South are made of oyster shell. Lake Butter, Flu. HAL, Y. MAINE3 to
r with a great 'amount of motor ing beg unless one Is convliw,
Alachua's tung oil festival should prove popular Leap Year will greatly increasethe
I transportation under Whenwe IH.'I'ERIN'I'ENJENT OK SCHOOLS! that the cause is a ;
way. worthy on
number of 'yes' men. But they Shades of Fons Hathaway Bob
*{ I candidates. hit the alack months after the Through the solicitation of manyof Why not give the victim a run f b
fall to mention that the height of Bentley and Harry Wells; here we my friends and my desire to again his
1 o- winter season the drop In sales Is money? Establish a name for
,, Incompatibility will be reached been payln' the highest gas tax in b* your school superintendent I de- I
almost bound to be Hire to announce myself as a candidate square dealing the
Radio might be improved by a tax-If too serious.-Miami among trail,
when the meets the
( programs "yes" man the country and consolln ourselves for this position, subject to the
Post. The power to tax: Is the people and politicians, and ttr
; heavy to "no" girl.-Miami Beach News. power that anyhow we was showtn' them June primary. If nominated and
'; pay. to destroy.- Jacksonville Her elected l promise: a faithful performance will respond. Advertising pays,,I
. o
Yankees some SURE ENOUGH the duties of this office. it ts said
0- ald. and this Is a
: Scientists have perfected a non- roads and now we learn that all Your votes are solicited and will rccogtilw
, : I i The movement to use more cotton evidently lost out for 0- he highly appreciated. Your renpec- maxim but this applies to dlsou
y skid soap and will now turn their them ribbons of asphalt and concrete fully. H. B. WIGGINS.I mating

"I : J lack of appeal. attention to four-wheel brakes for It Dora Not Pay we been braggin' about are advertising which tells i
(St. Augustine Record.) hereby announce myself a can convincing story.
1 roller skates.-Starke Telegraph. either poorer roads or they're mistaken didate.for re-election to the office of The
0 writer
To "have a good time" at the sincerely hopes Uu..
Which will be great news for the for oyster shell. Superintendent of Public Instruction.
h If China loses this war, it'll only mean she will be better girls who take their skates with expense of an uneasy consciencethe of Bradford County. Your vote and the time will come when some a
will be .
Hupport HPpreclated.Respectfully our clubs and orders will
.
prepared for the next one. them on their next morning.To Of course little Cornelius may A. J. GRIFFIS commit
,; Journal. bUggy.rldes.-Bron-1 lose our temper at the expense support on their own merits in!
son
. have taken his
' girl friend from
i pI not
( of losing a friend. Eon TAX COLLECTOR have to black-mail nickles at:

t t, It may be true more people are killed by automobiles than About the-only- thing about the To cheat a corporation at the expense Palm Beach to Miami an,1 over the I hereby announce my candidacy dimes out of unwilling merchant)
Tamiaml Trail in a cloud of crushed to Mucceed myself. as Tax Collector
: by war but that does not excuse war. old farm that hasn't been reducedis of robbing our own souls. shell dust, but if you ask me I or Bradford county subject to theIemocratlc professional men and office seek),
the To have an enemy if we can havea primary to be held on era-unwilling because they in
flz o mortgage.-Starke Tele- friend. think It was in a clould of hooey. Juno 7th. Iftiia.! I have tried to not being given dollar
a value 1 ira
graph. Which Is saying much for render you faithful, honest and efficient <<

From the profound silence existing, one would judge the the farmer who lives at home and To sow wild,oats if we have to Later when he thinks he's service during my first term of dollar spent.
got office as your Tax Collector. I earnestly Let
me In conclusion
voters are doing some deep thinking. boards at the same place. If he buy our crop-; her eatin' out of his hand he leans solicit your support, and If say thai
hadn't made the "eats" his belt To spend, the/ last! half of life in elected again I shnll continue to render am not an office seeker nor p.
and in her "the '
i. over whispers ear
o would be much too remorse or regret for the first half. you the same service as I have a struggling storekeeper but large now.- In the
YEARLY hurricanes have pant.
'
1 Complaining is a habit says an exchange. But you have Bronson Journal. To be discourteous cynical Irreverent great havoc in these southern wrought re CARL A. KNIGHT:: sympathize with the underdog

cruel or vulgar.To --"- |: his struggles against organia,
ci to complain if you are after sympathy. -0- sorts" and no doubt the little lady
give God the husks Insteadof I respectfully announce myself a I begging and gangster holdln
o There are over 250,000 wordsin with her eyes still shut murmured candidate for the office of Tax Col
methods.
the English language and most the heart., lector, subject to the action of the A Reader
"Oh Mr. Vanderbilt, you're so won. Democratic voters at the
i Exchange says few curves are dangerous unless some primary of
of them were used last Sunday bya June 7th. I feel
derful, you know EVERYTHING, that I am In every date for
the office
of Tax
if fool is coming as fast as you are going. lady who discovered after returning Florida-'ll Canal don't you." I the way qualified to give the duties of of Bradford county suhj Aon.i t a
office efficient
pTh home from church that (Tallahassee Dally Democrat.) ,.ervl..... Pledging a and full and competent faith will of the voters at thi nnluB-H

; her hat Levy county Is going after the ful discharge of the. duties. of theoffice democratic primary elenloi. !In.
new was adorned with a I know the U. S. Weather Bureau lieU Jum- '
ttL; Another few years and there will be two trucks to every Florida cross-state canal. The to the best of my ability I officewill th. In asking; < I U4
which that 1
tag on
was written "re has trouble now and then tryin' solicit and will appreciate say am' IhonniKto>:'
t ? passenger car on the highways.1g.4 duced to 76c." board of county commissioners 'In the your sup- familiar with the duties therein i"|
.
; you pass -Redding (Iowa) has to tell Mother Nature's fortune as part coming primary., promise'. if elected. to Ultiuli, u',," >0 P
engaged, the services of Col. Respectfully CARL JOHNS ,
o Herald.It far as the future Is concerned but duties of salil office In an ffldn'l.
T, R. Hodges of Cedar Key to go and courteous manner. Your ,iII
*, I i& Wauchula Advocate has started on its thirty-second year. o to Washington with a delegationfor them boys don't slip up very often Foil CLKIIK OF CIRCUIT CoCKY and support will be apprtclnlril.LOUIS .
is a problem to decide which In readln the past and the best 1 hereby announce myself a can H. lulL
Another one of Florida's excellent the purpose of placing beforea didate for the office Clerk
jiiV t papers. aggregation is made up of the biggest average they been able to dope out of of the
Circuit Court of Bradford
board of 'engineers data whichis I hereby announce myselt II...|
) : --0 __ liars-the candidates with on destructive hurricanes affecting subject to the will I of the dliiate for the office' of Assessor,
their promises or the' voters with reported to show that the Levy this the coming primary June county.// Taxes of Bradford County .ubjw
is about in ten
Even with all the area one
state's good roads the woods roads years.
fully conscious of the duties .
are their promises.-Starke Telegraph. county routs[la best. The Levy to the wishes of the voters i bee|
Important office and feel
1. going to be much sought for before June 7th. Well, what's the difference, any county routeoAlso has its eastern It I was chairman of the state I ably fitted to perform. them In an pressed primary. In If the el iected coming. I gun Di,< WH'rttkl ite ul.

terminus at -,-Jacksonville efficient niannor. Never having asked the favors. .. ..
coming Information ac:0'' n M
: U1'p They both 'em for
way.
use
political west road department I'd write Cornelius for an office 'In the court house before datlons and courtesies that :'no Ml
purposes only.-Bronaon through the Waldo lake : I promise If elected to give given through that office. Will, -
Although the hunting for small has closed a nice letter and ask him If hewouldn't
season game Journal. region, to Payne's Prairie and faithful hom-st and efficient service.' predate your serious cunuiUtii,aim..
like to "Go for a ride"and Your support Is respectfully. solicit :
the vote and asslntance.
season on game candidates is just opening. Bronson and thence to Cedar Key.
(I if I was secretary of the Miami fit. A. J. THOMAS.: N. I). WAUfWIUflHTSIIISIUFF

o "The nation has enjoyed unlimited One of the arguments made Chamber of Commerce I'd invite

t ;i Considering what is ahead of many of the candidates we I prosperity since Mr. Hoover's against the "Jacksonville route"by him to come down and have a long To Florida the Voters: of Bradford County To the Democratic Iron voters, o Bn.
the Levy folks i la
the
county
election. Now can tell oneT" I am a candidate for re-election ford County:

'. 1 !!14: should speak gently to them and treat them kindly now.You'll -Avery Powell in you T.-U. How'sthia fact that Deadman's Bay, the talk Gray.with Meteroliglst Richard W. Court to the Bradford office of County Clerk Florida of Circuit, and for I sheriff hereby of announce this county my, subjsctl'the candid, < .

-. N o ? A man came out of the tax western terminus of the Jacksonville earnestly solicit. your support ando action of the voters at thecoslIng

: : collector's office_ smillne._ ____ route has no harbor and a at the June P.rlmury election.I Democratic primary jlecttolpromising .
after.__
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:
see a lot of weird names inscribed on college boys'rattle u According to an editorial In the I promise to render faithful, honest If elected a faithful. h.
:': i'' paying his taxes.-Umatllla Tri channel will have to be dust 17 Tftmna Tplhiin. a guy named and careful service. Respectfully, e..l. and efficient performance of' 'I"!
i: buggies in the future result of the miles Into duties of said& office. Your vote C' H
as a scrap in China. bune. They're the gulf from the shore U. W. ALDERMAN -
when
smiling S It.h--ha; ; hb-bit
.t they Just contributed "uIIl'orthi respectfully;; ,sollrltrd.LAimiCE .
c o pay them in Bradford.One line to permit a ship to enter the toward makin' the Wash Foil COUNTY JCUGF C. CLE IONS
Georgia 1
; (( 4 canal. The Levy folks also say Te the Democratic voters of Brad
Seven cents on the price of a gallon of gas is tax money, One that the Jacksonville route traverses ington Bicentennial ahowllng success ford County Florida, I hereby announce us 'nn reverened
: while six cents is tax from the sale of of suggests giving with the announcement that I hereby announce my candidacy. I for Blierlff of Bradford Count FlorB'
money pack cig- section which has I
a much '
bootleggers a life term. That wouldbe wasn't FIRST President to succeed myself as county judge | Ida. and respectfully solicit and mupprefluto
George
our .
r aret s. better than all rock formation under the surface of Bradford county, subject to the I your support at ', sentencing the and he goes on to say that a Der.:< ( ;.nil., primary" b* held Tues. .
i. : o customers to one year, for then and must cross the Suwannee river. bird named Hanson of day.' June. .7. 1032.. This announcement l'I'IIIII.'Y.'V.. J. EFFKRSSON.)

most of the churches would be The Levy county boom for the Virginia was Is made. with a.. feeling that -

( So far no candidate has stated he will give up the office and all the canal Is based on the statements the real Father of this country. during the years 'In which 1 have FOR RKPRUSKKTA'IMKI :
empty
jails tllled.- served you as county judge, I have
Well if it's true all I
he's after if he fails to carry out what he promises during the Starke Telegraph. But the latter there that the location of the canal got to say rendered faithful honest. and efficient respectfully announce. lilY Bn tal'
is that Mr. Hanson had a lousy service to all, and at all time dldacy for Represents 've of
.J campaign. suggestion sure would be effective as suggested will Increase Press First In such manner ait to Justify me as ford County subject t. the will 01<|
ly to limit property values by millions of dollars Agent. thing you E... It In submitting my candidacy : the Democratic voters of the com'
serve production. know some Yap will hop up and to you your consideration. T I primary. election. June 7. !1'32.!> II
a in Waldo Gainesville, Bronson, lioOI nominated ., will oIgcntly
Bronson Journal. and elected 1
your support, and
r Equally interesting as the results of the Literary Digest's p and other cities and perhaps make try to tell us that George really If again honored by being elected as faithfully and fearlt. .nly i''
crossed the DeLaware in air everything that I that will I h"
an .your county judge I shall\ continue can
: j: prohibition poll, would be the method of financing such an un- Starke and Lawtey are now enjoying one of shipping those places point. a Citizens great waterway of all plane. But it's funny we'd be two to render service faithful I. Respectfully honest and ,efficient ford the majority County and of the the citizens State )>f'Ur 1'1.>.I.

: ( dertaking. the most prosperous strawberry towns along the proposed route hundred years flndln' it out, and OKO A. UAHDIXKR 'Ida. Will attempt and aid In pint.",
season in the history of these its wonder children he mate on a business bnxl I "
no our areaskln'
will be urged to meet together and sincerely appreciate :yonr snni>or*'
: o
i two towns. The fields are being "Why go to school?" Well. At the request of friends, and due U. M. INMANI
; take steps to aid the movement to consideration thereof, I hereby
.' announce
.- "Campaign fever" Is not deadly but one would think so picked over once a day, and the have the route designated that I don't know about the rest of you to the voters of Bradford ,
unclnllmy
from the it berries are of unusual sweetnessand folks but I'm too old to go back County my candidacy for the office take this method of ann
'
: way causes candidates to attend church services way. ri of County Judge to be voted on In candidacy for the offlc It* T
; the are large and juicy. The price, It must be admitted that when and try to learn my history all the June> Primary. I'ulnR a graduate r.senatlve. I favor reductlo; if 0'' I Iarles
over .
county. also, is holding up well, and grow over again and two hundred yearn of t'nlvrrslty. Law School' and and taxes and rigid ri"
j. I the Jacksonville chamber of commerce some It years In the practice of law ''/''-' all line of our state WO
: o ers in Bradford county are busy with the chairman of the from now if some guy hops up on I I feel fully qualified to serve you as. Should I be honored with Hi .-".
picking shipping and banking the I his hind legs and trys to tell you I County ludK". It you see fit toelect nation and afterward el*."o: I
4 Commenting on the many filling stations hold-ups, Perry returns. There seems to be no depression -I Florida Cross State Canal commission that Russell Kay didn't write this "n. I promise" that you shall promise to the best of my itliHhonest / |
(,; : News is as head. pt<< its river and harbor have honest faithful efficient! and and faithful servlcT. '
of the ,
opinion that the customers are the ones who in Bradford.TimesUn hooey it was Arthur Brisbane whydon't unbiased serviceI earnestly, snllcit B. .1>I-1HOI"s'rCR.-
committees began its push to -
get your support .and vote III the. -
need ion. fool with 'em call
: i. holding up. the canal Jacksonville It started a cop. primary. June 7th, 1913.Respectfully.

; -- soznething.: ,Vaiesa.the cities on ,
o E. K PERUVMAN.
Some day the nations will
gain the northern route. for the canal' And now I see where they'refixin' FLORIDAT

1 If all the gubernatorial candidates would send a check enough intelligence to pass a law from Cumberland Sound to St. to celebrate National Cherry ,. FOK TAX ASS F.SSOlt!

: along with their dope, newspapers of the state could payoff requiring that the executive or Mark., get busy all of the Florida I Week. no wonder life Is "Just a I hereby announce myself a candl-


..,; 1 some of their notes.Ga.inesville prove congressman his sincerity voting by for going war to must the delegation In congress is going to Bowl of Cherries these!" But If we must "",,,,I4,, ''''III''''I'' ''''m, "....IldjpItIHIollIt' ''''''''!''tIUjIIlrIlIIIIUU14IIl' '''''' ,?,,,-,,,-"IlIlIJIlI--I II GAINESVILLE, FLA.-
be pledged to some other route. go through things every so -
o front line as a private, where he While designation of a route for often why not stage a National I,t"I1IiIO.- ,-.,.,.,"''''''".""..,4',,,,,''"'',,"_-.......''''S''''."..'$''.,...I'''..''., P:ovam "'et'k of Feb. 2*

: will probably be killed.\ That is the canal is be left Hunger Week so we could aU -
Evening News to to army engineers enjoyIt
inquires if you still remember the only way to teU whether he Is ?
t. the a solid front of the Florida TheatreSTARKE Today"FRANKENSTEf
t time Gaiety
war slogan of Liberty Loan campaigns: "Buy 'til it a cowardly hypocrite or a devoted delegation in congress Is going *
liurta If be claims should
; ? It's patriot. he
hurting now. to be necessary before the appro- Mrs. L. A. Reynolds spent several -
stay In office because: his country The man who made s Monster
priation bill I. passed. days of last week In RIch-

;;. b o can't get along without him. he'. a ... mond. Va., with her husband. Most thrilling picture on the>

Five congressmen, talking beneath the Akron while the I liar.-Tampa Tribune. Them Is Mrs. Pat Harward left Thursday screen

&- ; big ship was being walked from the hangar, almost wrecked I hard hard words. And all the morning for her home in Miami NOTICE-We will buy all your Thursday, Friday & With

the Airship when it was caught in the hot air current. harder true.-Clermont because they Press.Recently are .so brutally after spending a. week in Starke poultry and eggs. Mrs. A. H. Saturday, this week Sorts Karloff, Colin

o with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Green. It*
c. -0 4 Clive
Wynn. __
;' Bradford and Union there has appeared In FOR SALE-Arbor vitae, 23 and JACKSONIANPLAYERS
county 4-H club
boys walked away the Florida'pres.. a canned editorial Why Get Up Nights? COc; roses. 25 and 35c: : oleanders. SaturdaY'

c with some creditable prizes at the South Florida Fair. A coun -probably Insidious propaganda Make,This 25c: TNt 2Sc: bamboo 1 cent cane In Held. "She Wanted a

-4: 4 ty exhibit there yearly would be worth thousands of dollars I telling what the price of one ten This bladder lager", Is needed to A. EL Dunham, Starke. It I Millionaire"
C' thousand ton cruiser for the United
to Bradford.
drive out Impurities and excessacids FOR RENT-A With
modern
States Navy I six-room
approximately $17.-

.; : :1tt o 000,000 could do In welfare work, results whIch.in ,leg cause pains irritation backache that, house, with place for two cars. Big Vaudeville Co. Joan Bennett ..

:Milwaukee science, medicine and whatnot. I Depression price on this houseto
:; '. and Gainesville' are two cities out of debt, Naturally the editorial does not dls. burning and getting up nights, BUKETS suitable tenant is only $12.50per Monday & Tuesday

; Ii. says the Times-Union, adding that home brew is the bladder laxer, containIng I month. See W. E. Past"
making Mil ins what a ten thousand ton cruiser Daugherty, Ten "Lady With a
buchu juniper oil. etc. Big Radio
: work Acts
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