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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 4, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Agent Announcements for office this Loan \Will! Be !movements Cooperation for with the advancement all progressive of Inman F. EMretlpe has been The kings of finance;; and Indus- 5." '

I week Include the first candidates to I industrial Florida Is the keynote of chosen regional director of the Forest try who advocate a revision of the

Survey In the calendar, undaunted by the set- '
South. It Is an
come out for district offices one
the annual Blossom Festivalto Barren Cnnn Only One! ContpletodI'p \

With the warm winter and early I or.more making known their Intention Made Available! be held this Tung in Gainesvillefrom t'ntll Thursday Noon- flounced! by the Forest Service, U. back they received at the League J9:,.
year S. Department of of Nations when the majority of ,; h
piing. Insects are sure to be much : to run for member of the : March 29 to April 1. ('11""'" Set! for MondayA Agriculture.This .

i worse on fruits and all crops than school board from each of the three' -- I When the idea of the Tung Bios. work i In tho Southern States tho delegates refused to give endorsement f"" .i
'
Is part of the nation-wide to their plans, have re-
ever before. The farmers must school districts of the county. In regard tothefederal seed and Festival last I survey j
som was originated ,
1 verdict of guilty wan rendered under the leadership the Federal turned to their respective localities "> J
and keep it Mrs. Thelma Johns of Starke
begin the fight early fertilizer loan to farmers, Mr Dyer, backers recognized the fact
year
mixed lit S:3() Thursday afternoon Forest Service. The McSweeney- more determined than ever to win !
some makes her formal announcement
up. In many cases county agent has the following that industrial Interests In Florida
I by the! In the McNary forest research the support of tho people to their I Ii
Jury esteeof act of 1928
sprays and dusts are just as good this week for the state senate from statement to make: were extremely diversified and
I IVrry Johns, Newt Johns !authorized: this work Is schemes. Even though the stamp
and cost much less than the com the 15th senatorial district, com All the business pertaining to the that no one occaslo could be set designedto .'
John Prescott, Raymond 1'1'\1I. determine accurately tho remaining of disapproval: wan placed on both ,, : "
products. Information maybe prising Bradford and Union coun
mercial loan will be carried on throughthe aside for bringing to the attentionof '
colt, rltitrgiHl with attempt to timber suppl'es! the rate the 12 and 13: month plans, with
had by applying to me at Lake ties, to succeed her husband, the Washington office. Application Florida residents and others the Ii
steal hogs.Arthur at which the forests are growing, a blank day la each these'men of
Butler. late Senator E. :M. Johns. blanks and information will be given advantages of all products of the '
the rate of Influenco far as the material
depletion by cutting, rs
E. W. Hayes Is announcing in out through the State Extension state. Darren was found
guiltyof fire, Insects, disease, and floods, things of the world are concerned ,
It ii time to sow carpet and other this Issue for re-election as tax as- Service to the county agent The Gaaparilla Carnival In Tam. embezzlement In the special
and the present and prospectiveneeds are openly announcingthat they > ,
grass seed for pastures and sessor. who in turn, wU give it to the I pa confines Its activities mainly to term of circuit court In session this of to foist the other of ,>'
the people and industries mean! one or
lawns. These seed can be bad at Making the third candidate for county committee. The county the west coast of Florida. The week, called to clear the docket of of the United these two schemes onto the world ,
States for forest
lower cost than usual and all orders the office of sheriff, Oscar Andreuof agent cannot serve on this com Florida Orange Festival at Winter accumulated cases. This was the pro- ,.
ducts. In of the
With thin Information It spite opposition so vlgorou'Ily -
should be pooled to save on Starke declares his intention of mittee, but Is only in an advisory Haven is of primary Interest to the only case completed up until Thursday will be and expressed .
possible to not effectively
the price and freight. Many price making: the race for this office. capacity. citrus growers of central Florida.It noon, although the jury trying whether say only minorities. will
the United States balance by religious They |
lists are coming to my office, and G. H. Bennett and Ray A. New-I The state extension office has Information Is the purpose of the Tung Blossom Perry Johns, Newt Johns, John and can work to win *
Its -
forest a preponderant majority
products budget!
,
you might save money by consult som of Starke, are seeking the office that the application Festival to cooperate with Raymond Prescott charged\ with but also what economic benefits! of the nations of the worldto j

ing them. as member of the school board blanks will be available probably movements such, as these giving a attempting to steal hogs, retired at through forest production be the approval of their plans In order '

from district 1, comprising North early next week. They will be of Flor.ldas may
full and complete picture 11:30: Thursday morning to consider from that before
the they
expected
huge of may appear
The local Farm Bureau, a farm Starke and Lawtey.H. placed In the hands of the committee Industrial possibilities. their verdict. This jury was still acreage
the of Nations In 1935 toagain
to'' forest land In this country.The League O
ers' cooperative without profit D. May announces for reelection where the farmers may get Plans for the Tung Blossom Fes- out at 3 o'clock. the of the re- '
South adoption
selected
was urge
as one
anyone is handling orders for fertilizer as member of the school them. tival this year are progressing on In the case of Ted Lewis and of the first areas for study becauseof form calendar. Thus the Issue la J

and seeds for the farmers ata board frlm district 2, South Starke The funds for these loans are a larger scale than previously. Charley Alvarez, charged with lar- Its tremendous Importance as a far from dead and those approveof

considerable saving. Why not 'I' and Theressa.For limited. therefore the regulationsare Commutes have been formed in cony of a saw, a severance was forest region. The Southern states' the continuity of the weekly J?

patronize it and save the difference school district 3, comprising strict. It Is limited only to many cities surrounding the site of granted and trial of Alvarez started have It, !
contain a third of the nation's for. cycle as we now together
in the cost and help your neighbors Hampton, Graham, Brooker and those who cannot obtain seed and the festival to tie each locality to at noon Thursday. with the anniversaries ;
est land third of numerous
produce a the
by cooperating. New River, J. H. Kelly of Brooker, fertilizer for their crops In any the central organization Mamie Barron, charged with as- softwood and half of the hardwood that are endearing both In the spir-

announces he will be a candidatefor other way. No one having an Income I'erchunta from all parts of Ala- sault with Intent to murder, will itual and realms, should
lumber, and all of the domestic patriotic <
Poultrymen should not fail to the office. other than farming can obtain chua and neighboring counties have be tried Friday morning this case supply of the naval stores. Active voice their opposition with renewi i

raise the usual number of chicks a loan. One cannot obtain a made plans to enter floats In the being continued from Tuesday. work on the survey Is now under ed vigor. *"*T

this year. Do not quit because eggs FLORIDA FACTS loan on crops for this year if he big parade, and t interest Is being Case of Robert Nolan, et als., In
and It
way Mississippi, will be
| are cheap but take the best infor- did not grow such crops last year, shown in the contest for the selection charged with assault to murder, extended With every month beginning on
the
south
mation available and raise your Florida became a state on March and he must not plant a larger of a Festival: Queen. Nearly was continued until the regular throughout as Sunday and ending on Saturday, '

[ chicks at the lowest possible cost. 3, 1845. acreage than was planted last year. fifty girls from all parts of central term In May, continuance being rapidly as funds permit. with the last day of the year not ,,
Sixteen In the Forest Service
Prices are sure to be better.It Manufacturing: makes a larger The amount is limited for the different and northern Florida have entered.A I forced on account of missing wit years reckoned at all, It would be the I
beginning In 1000, have given of the L
In the
first time
history
contribution to Florida's economic kinds of crops to be grown food exposition and automobile I I nesses. '
Mr. Eldredge, who Is a native of
will soon be time to plant Crotalaria life than any other single factor. ranging from $3.00 per acre for' show will be an interesting feature. Other canes scheduled to have world that an International attack ;.

that great soil improving Florida ranks a close second In corn to $2000 per acre for truck This will be held at the Alachua been tried this week have been South Carolina opportunity to become has ever been made on the weekly
familiar with forest conditions
crop. Many thousands of acres the production of naval stores in crops. No farmer can get more County Fair grounds and will at- continued until Monday. cycle since creation week, while ,
and technical and economic
the of the blank i
will be planted this year as the the United States with Jacksonville than 40000. tract many thousands, as a part of S dropping day ,
problems affecting forestry and the would in the of six .
farmers are learning of the great as second largest export portof Florida will be one of the first the program will embrace a politIcal IN MKMORIVM: forest Industries the course yean '
throughout
of the
value of this crop. The 4-H Club naval stores in the world. states to get the loans as it has an rally with a free fish fry and a remove every one seven days
United States. first
his
During of the week from Its original place,
boys of Union and Bradford have Florida leads all the other states earlier planting time. All farmers county school field day when over Whereas, the shining Angel eight years In the governmentservice thus tho Sabbath to wander '

pooled their seed and are offering of the union in the production of wishing to apply for a loan 4,000 children will cf me to Gainesville whom men call "Death" has paused .Mr.: Eldredge was supervisor causing and also destroy the annlversary ] ,.J
,
them for sale at reasonable prices. phosphate rock, shipping In 1930 should do so at the earliest date for the day, through our midst and called to of the Choctawatchee and Ocala of and marrlages. .- }
birthdays
Start with a few acres this year. an output valued at almost $11- possible HO that the committee may Organized as a unit in the great I the higher life above the gentle National Forests In Florida, where It would furthermore, .,, '1

Get Information from your county 000000. or 82.7 per cent of the total not be burdened so long with the movement to tell the world about spirit of Mrs. Willie Mae Smith he pioneered In developing an Improved shift histories! dates of national '*sand I (\1"

agent. phosphate rock sold or used by business, and to get the applications Florida the annual Tung Blossom wife of Mr. Hogan Smith; method of turpentining International Importance and 'J.

producers In the United States. in ahead of the rush in orderto Festival this receiving the 1ft
year And whereas, by her death theWoman's which Is In general use In the south actually destroy Institutions such
See your committeemen or my- Agricultural development in get quicker service. I hearty cooperation every section of the I
Missionary Society today, and which acted as a powerful as the Fourth of July, Christmas \
next week for application Florida during the season 1930-31 for Bradford '
self
early The committee of the state. Methodist church of Starke has conservation measure In curtailing Memorial

blanks and information about the amounted to a valuation of $97- county Is Louis H. Hill, Lawtey; I The outstanding day of the celebration lost a valued member, one who was the turpentining of Immature Armistice It will also Day make and a difference Day.In ;11'

federal farm loan if you wish to secure -,077,214. E. S. Matthews, Starke; O B. Col- will be April 1, when the loyal to the cause for which our 'I trees. the rent In fact It would 'I
,
any of this money. Florida has approximately 35- son, Brooker. Mr. A. J. GrIffin people of Alachua county will declare organization stands and one who Eldredge served an captain In turn present days conditions; and regulations .1

000,000 acres of land, of which 5- Starke, will be furnished with, application a holiday and come to Gainesville will be sadly missed from her accustomed the Tenth Engineers (forestry) In down.

,ANT TO JOIN TilE MARINES 023,617 acres have been utilized for blanks and information as to view the parade and take upside 11
I: place.In Franco In the World War, where he The Cotsworth Calendar, as the

In ,agricultural purposes well as the members of the committees 1 part in the festivities. the transition of Mrs. Smith became familiar with French forestry 13-montha plan Is known, and
,
Sergeant William T. Faulk : Florida shipped 74.645 cars of In order to serve the people S I to "God's better country", not only and naval stores operationsIn ft
charge of the U. S. Marine Corps : citrus fruits in 1930-31 season, and I I SMITH which has the support of many
: MAE
possible. WILLIE
as
as quickly MRS. her dear ones are berert of her tho pine region of southwestern nanclal and Industrial leaders In
recruiting stations Jacksonville, 23,553 cars were canned, thus makIng
I II I -
but there numbers of
S are France.
presence the United States would plant in

vacancies Fla, has exist announced in the Marine that a Corps few St.a total Augustine of 98,000 cars. the I STARKE INDEPENDENTS i iI I Mrs. Willie Mae Smith of Sampson friends who keenly feel her loss. For the last six years Mr. Eld the minds of men ,the Idea that no
possesses this life at Riverside

I DEFEAT LAWTEY 18 TO 16 City departed She was a faithful wife devoted redge bas been forest manager ofa fixed day has been set apart by
and will be filled by a very careful oldest house in the United States In. Jacksonville, I
Hospital mother and sincere friend, and why 200,000 acre private forest property God as sacred, and that the matterof
most desirable I
selection of the appllcn.nts. still standing.The I 24th, 1932.
Starke Independents defeated Wednesday, February one so young, so beloved and so In southeastern Georgia on a holy day Is simply a human
church at
.
Faulk stated that the Montlcello Presbyterian built hundred Lawtey 18 to 16 In a hard fought 1 The deceased was born May the 23 ,. much needed In her family shouldbe I I which he has been developing Intensive affair to be decided by legislatures
Sergeant was a of
Both 1904, and was the daughter called Is a mystery. However for :
forest
away I management at
here Friday night. vote thus striking;
or majority ,
In game
remain as of brick to '
physical requirements years ago transported I late Mr. and Mrs. Win. S. Knabb we console ourselves with the and other forest .
that only teams played good basketball.Starke naval' stores, lumber, the heart of religion and the spiritual -
teams.
the past which means Florida from Virginia by ox united
a FO T of Sampson City. She was thought as best we may, that the products. With his broad technical I realm.
men in excellent physical conditionwill Wewahitchka, Bristol, and Craw- I' to Mr. W. Hogan
2 2 In marriage of Providence are often veiled and his
McDonlad. F. 0 ways and practical training, The two days, Saturday and Sunday -
Corpsis the
be accepted. The Marine fordvllle are the ony one of and
0dcEarchen. Smith of Hawthorn in 1920 In darkness and that It Is not of
the
0 0 Intimate knowledge of much In
F.
Alvarez, which hold a unique place
whileto ,
worth seats in the
something sixty-seven county
offering 6 I I had resided most of this time at to the finite mind to unravelthe the '
the man desiring to en- state without a railroad. C. 2 2 Smith united given South Eldredge regarded by religion, are fixed days In that
young 2 1 5 Sampson City. Mrs. mysteries that hang about Forest Service to make
as equipped
G. the week.
craft time known as
essential that such a Florida hundreds of tons of cycle
list but it Is ships few
man be both mentally andphysically Spanish moss which is utilized in I Smith, G. 0 Ii 5 I with the Methodist church a them, but we Indulge the hope that the Forest Survey yield the greatest When a person speaks of keeping;
young her death and was one '
18 days before sometime somewhere the riddle In the South.
fit.Applicants. the manufacture of mattresses and Total 8 10 I She possible results the first or the seventh day of the ,,
Sub. Martin for McEarchen, of: its roost ardent workers. will be solved and we will under : The headquarters for this projectIn week understand him to
must be at least 18 I automobile cushions. Wewahitch active in the P. T. A. holy, we

years of age, of not less than 66 I ka Is the center of the Industry. I Sternberg for Alvarez. was also stand. the South Is at the Southern : mean the first or the seventh dayof

inches in height, of good habits and Millions of pencils used In Europe I work.. held Frl- Forest Experiment Station at New I:1 the week. .In fact, Saturday
services were
Funeral
T "Not but In the coming .
O FG now, years.It Orleans.
I Lawtey I and Sunday along with Monday,
of highschool. to
character and a graduate are made of cedar shipped I 1 0 2 dav afternoon at 3 o'clock at the be In the better land
Moore F, may Thursday
Germany from Florida. Crystal F.I Tuesday, Wednesday
3 9 Methodutcburch with Rev. W. We'll rend the meaning of our VIOKITY' OK CARS! I
Any young men Interested are I River, In Citrus county is the cen- Whitehead, F. 3 Jones pastor, In charge, assistedby I HAVE: LK'KNSK and Friday. owe their existence to
0 1 1 tears,
requested to get in touch with Sergeant ter of the state's cedar Industry. :I Jones Wainwright C. G. 0 2 2 I Rev. G. P. Raymond of the And then sometimes we'll under,I :I the week. The weekly of cycle the movements In entirely -
Independent
Room the
Faulk at his office. Port Tampa was principal
Church. A quartette
office forBradford
1 0 2 First Baptist stand. Records at the tag
and la
G. bodies
Deck ,
of
Jack- of embarkation for American heavenly
211, Dyal-Upchurch Building, point J. D. Doyle, Miss
10 6 16 I composed of Mrs. county Indicate there are
Total I divine ordinance.
sonville, Florida.A troops during the SpanishAmerican Ethel Griffin and Messrs. L. O. and still 132 cars and 117 based upon
war. I Subs Rowe for Jones, Beck for Therefore, as a fitting expressionof passenger Months may come, and months

Moore Barrett for Beck. John Powell sang three beautiful our loss, we will set aside! a trucks within the county atlll with- week on for
LECTURE Thos. A. Edison was a winter may go, but the goes
comforting hymns. Interment was I page In cur permanent records In out the new license tags unless the

resident of Ft. Myers long before a I Iefezits made In the family lot at New her we will send to the tags have been purchased else ever.
!Shirks IndependentsOroen memory; Cotsworth Calendar, had it
Hebrew Customs illustrating railroad entered that place. and\ The
Subject: I
Cove 15 to 13 Hope cemetery, near Brooker with I bereaved: husband and children a where. The total number of passenger -. of J
the League
be by Inventions ; been sanctioned by
bible truths will given several of his most Important I In
I of the most hotly con- the DeWitt C. Jones Company of this memorlam and also car licenses sold last year in
copy 1
Dr. E. A. Marshall noted traveler, were perfected in a small I In one Nation! at Its! recent hearings

Dr. E. A. Marshall, noted traveller laboratory there. tested games of the season Starke charge. H. C. f i have same published In the 'Bradford was 808 while the number Hold this : Geneva, would not have disturbed
Cove Pallbearers were: Mesnrs. to March let! was 678. Truck
defeated Green County Telegraph. year I
lecturer and author, In the Wornans I! The entire state of Delaware Independents the present weekly cycle until the
Wail A. 'O. Andreu, F. F. Stump, Amelia did not coma s') well
to 18 here Tuesday eve- Carrie flay licenses up '
28.
15 December
evening, within the confinesof Springs end of Saturday,
Cluo: Thursday could be placed
on and
W. White I
Mitchell, O. 293 sold
was more than J. M. Mrs 8. S. Dowllng", figures furnished showing
March 10th. Dr. Marshall has Palm Beach county, largest ning. There never 1033: At that time the Sundaykeeper'who
difference from the i L. A. Davis.Surviving. Mrs. W. K. Mlddleton, for 1031 and 176 for 1032. to that
three points life
all his
lived In Palestine and made an extensive county In the state and there deceased besidesher up
start. The game was deadlocked | the Committee. I Tags are still being sold, how of December has
Hebrew day
study of ancient would still be nearly 100,000 acres Dos- twenty-eighth
five children,
end of the regular husband are ever, with the 23: percent penalty
at the the
found In the at 10 all -S been conscientiously keeping
of land unoccupied.
customs: which are I
,
was lila, W. H. Jr., Lewis, Austin and added for failure to purchase tag
playoff
minute
A five
cycle,
Bible. He has lectured in two S game. Lon- MARKETING COMMISSIONER first clay of the weekly
Harold and one sister, Mrs. 1st Cars must
decide the game. before February
to confrontedwith
thousand cities In America. In Illustrating STRAWBERRY SHIPMENTS necessary VISITOR would immediately be

his lectures Mr. Marshall -- Field goals by McEarchen and Alvarez ale Morgan of Brooker. have the 1932 tags If they are operated a delemma. Instead of the

of and a free throw by Mc- state market. after March 1st, use of them should be known,
builds several sixteen-foot oil Approximately 233,736 quarts Hon L. M. Rhodes, next day, which

paintings before the audience witha berries have rolled out of Starke Donald decided the game in favorof "Jesus gave. the weary Ing commissioner, was In Starke after that date subjecting the owner as December 29, being called Sun.

method so unique that It was given during the months of January and Starke. Kenney got a field goal Calm and sweet repose; Thursday morning. H* was accom- to arrest and fine In addition to day It would be known as a

a natent bv the U. S. govern February the major portion of and Armburg a foul In the extra And with Ills tenderest" blessing. panied by .Mr fisher, poultry specialist the price of the tag. "blank day" and dropped out of .

ment.; Mrs.-Marshall' who painted thin- -movAtvi----.-.nf-- tofnor----.. hv-.. truck.-- -.--. At--. period for Green Cove. Her eyelids closed. ___u__ with u.._ the deoartment._ and COMINO y -----I'l the reckoning of the week entirely; ;'
S Ct'KES
the pictures. is a graduate of theChicago an average price to grower of 15c I Miss Agnes I. Webster who is en- although this so-called "blank ,

Art Institute. quart, returns to March 1st is esti- Independent' Defeat Lake Butler THIEF MIKES: hltL'LFrank gaged by the department of agriculture Indicate-that the 150 Jay" Is truly Sunday, the next day ,

This lecture will be very inform- mated at $43,810.40. No report of 82 to 14 I shellfish commission and Reports In under the Cotsworth plan and ':

ing and intensely interesting and the movement has been made from In a loosely played game Wed- Hemingway lost $140 in the marketing bureau as directorof acres of cucumbers planted contract which Is actually Monday would be ;'

all Sunday School teachers, and the Lawtey platform but It is nesday night the Starke Indepen- currency Sunday night when a the program now under way to Bradford county under Produce Com called Sunday, January 1. Thus ,

public school teachers should be lieved It Is the equal or be-I dents defeated Lake Butler 32 to sneak thief entered his home on Increase sales and consumption of with the Manhattan and In throughout each week of the year j

present.No than the shipments from 14. All the Starke team played West Call street and took his sea foods. Sea foods representone pany are now coming up well ad- 1934 the calendar Saturday wouldbe ."ft
the bed, several instances are
chair near
admission fee, but a free will Unseasonable weather has reduced well with McEarchen leading In trousers from a of Florida's chief assets and Sunday for the conscientious
I In moat parta vanced. Some 75 farmers are in on
offering will be taken. Everyone the acreage and yield this i scoring with 14 points and Alvarez the haul representing bad secured the plan Is to encourage Florida this deal to cucumbers for Sunday keeper. During the next
!
U Invited to attend. season and shipments this week next with 8. loan Mr. Hemingway I people to spend more of their mon- grow year, 1933 Sunday would come on I I
the shipmentsto
have been below normal. Buyers I S Saturday. Aaron Harley a negro ey for this product and less for oth- pickling company Friday, according to the new plan. .; :
HemIngway start the latter of April.
by part
KITE been employed
WILLIA1\Il\I.IIODOE expect the volume of fruit to materially JAMES I who had I er meats being shipped Into the S and during the first half of 1936 :'
for several was arrested I.
years
increase with the coming state. Sunday would move back to

William M. Hodge 63. died Monday week and hold up for the remain James Kite 72 died at his home I Monday morning on suspicion S Lake Worth Hugh Kennedy Fed- Thursday. As this would be leap
Hotel
Starke Wednesday night, 10 and In the county Jail.WelakaState purchased Kenwood on
lodged
In
of his would be
at the home of the blank day
morning der season. caused by S Bradenton Manatee county'sannual eral highway south of Lake Ave year, another
death
daughter. Mrs. O. P. Parrish in S o'clock, being Fish Hatcheries flower show to be beld In nue. Inserted. this time at the end of
beheld
will!
Auburndale. Mr. Hodge was a resi- Largo--James Barnes, Logans- heart trouble. Services hun- Memorial Pier building March 13- S June with the result that duringthe
brood ponds
dent of Starke at one time but for port Indiana received contract for at the Baptist church Friday here stocking 15. 1 Plant City--J. O. Nettles furniture last half of 1936 the real Sun
G. P. dreds of black bass breeders pre-
the past few years has been livingIn construction of Seminole Point Sol afternoon, 3 o'clock. Rev. 9 dealer, moved to new building day would move back to Wednesday -
for another large batching
Auburndale. He had been In dier's home south of here. Raymond in charge followed by paring; Jacksonville .- Board of army at 820 West Maines street. At the end of 1936 there

ill health for two months. S burial at Prevatt cemetery. season. S engineers ordered survey of routes would come another "blank day",

The body was brought to Starke Chipley-Dr. O. C. Miller purchased Miami Alden S Corporation real Lake Worth-L. B.* Ketchum: across northern Florida for deep Sanford-H. B. Pope Co., Inc., which means that the real Sunday,
buildIng -
Tuesday and laid to rest In the Chipley State Bank 4.)
estate business granted charter took over OK Barber Shop. water ship canaL granted charter. (Continued on page

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.i' J RALPH COX, Sports Editor CLEO SHEPARD, Exchange Editor 1
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t w PATSY BRINSON, Society Editor B J-I S JOURNAL HOPE IIAYNES, Junior Reporter

MARY PEARCE> Sophomore
'* LOUISE EDWARDS, Literary Editor CD Reporter

: JACK BRADLEY, Freshmen Rl" Orter
"1' k ? MIRIAM JACOBS, Joke Editor

'! LESTER PRICE ROBINSON, Editor EVELYN STUMP Asst. Editor

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t March-Louise Thede.
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Devotional-Mrs.Anno.mcementMrs.Maynard.Wall and r Bateman I

+t '; Mr. Dowling. B. II. S. DEFEATS 't jsed by one of our 1926 seniors It FAMOUS ENGLISH CARTOONIST

)y tr Piano Duet, "Sunflower Dance" LAKE BUTLER the 1926 edition of Bradford HIgl'h
...Marjorle Stump and Lola Long. JOKES Journal.

Uith( |jf Drill, "Patriotic"-Pupils of the Herbert: "What started the A FOOLISH DESIRE For the third time this season ( v I

a w 7th grade. Grand Canyon?" BRINGS FOLLY the B. H. S. basketball team defeated "Liz beth" Williams went to /

r +, Piano Solo "Rondo" (Concone) Lester: "A Scotchman lost a the Lake Butler five. As has Green Cove Springs Sunday.HAMPTON .

;!q t t 4J .Lois Long. penny In a ditch."Carolinian. "Grandmuver," asked Jane in a been true with all of the games, .
4x I Playette, "Washington Episode" tone that made her grandmother the game was fast, and good im-

-Pupils of the 7th grade. Mr Sternberg: "Did you have quickly look at her, "do you always provement over past games was
School Song, "Boosting Our Old the car out last night?" wear your glasses?" shown on both teams. The first

+ ,i 9 High." Ben: "Yes, Dad; I took some of "Yes, dear," replied the grand- three quarters of the game were MIlO. Ad* 1'11__.. 0...
r March. the boys for a run around." parent in mellowed tones betray- close, but in the last quarter B. H.

f + Mr. Sternberg: "Well, tell them ing age. S. came out with a lead of ten Mr. and Mrs. Avery Dennis

4 BEHAVIOR rye found two of their lipsticks.Everybody's. ." "All the time, grandmuwer points, the final score being 27 to have a new son, who arrived Feb
3Y I.lL Don't ever take them off?" 17. '
you 28th.Rev. t t
C i I Behavior Is not learned In a day. "Oh yes, I take them off every The lineups were: Matheny, who so successful II. p ,

\ It Is not a sudden growth. It is Patsy: "Did you give Billy any night when I go to bed, but not B. H. S. Lake Butler ly conducted the old time religion
rather a coloring given the mind opportunities to propose?" at other times," explained Mrs. i Strickland F Roberts revival at the city hall left this

ys' F y i through long and consistent ex- Lulu: "Yes, but goodness, I Burton kindly to her granddaugh Mardom F McCall week for Morrlston, Tens., where!
" posure to influences, to experi- couldn't tell him they were opportunities ter. Cox C Kite he will spend about eight days, after

ences. If the experiences have could I" ?Jokesmith.. This statement did not seem Tyson G Dekle which he will return to visit
t been of the right sort, If the Influences quite to settle Jane's mind, for she Sternberg G Knight friends here, and thence to Baldwin

have been good, the behavior Resale: "Ralph hasn't been out sat looking long and Intently at where he will conduct a series ol
gradually takes on the color head white, COX ELECTED CAPTAIN meetings.
; one night for three weeks. her. whose was now
r + which we call good, no parent, no Cleo: "Has he turned over a new and whose once pretty face was nev. Mcuauley-- preached at the I
teacher is helpless where a child leaf?" now bathed in wrinkles, and pond- In a short meeting prior to the Baptist church last Sunday morning

is under consideration. The adult Resale: "No; he's turned over a ered in her young mind how her Starke-Cedar Key game, the B. H. to a large and Interested and
r Is all powerful. All that is neededIs new car."-Selected. grandmother would look withouther S. cagers elected Ralph Cox for ience. At the close of the service I
intelligence and training and the glasses. their 1932 captain. three candidates came forward

{ will to do what is right as near as Patsy, Melba and Evelyn spent Jane was Just five years old, and Everyone seemed well satisfiedand confessed Christ and united with
're.. possible. we feel confident that he is the church.
Sunday at Kingsley Lake. as far back as she could remember
h Mistakes are to be corrected. her grandmother had worn fully capable of the position. Cox The baccalaureate sermon for

a.. Weaknesses are to be strengthened. Miriam, Loyselle, Louise Ed- glasses and now with much cur- :'s first string center for B. H. S. the graduating class of the public

ii a But corrections and strengtheningand wards and Melba had the horrlb'e oelty she wanted to know bow she C school, was delivered by Rev. Ack-
not by the route of the wastebasket experience of seeing "Franken- would look without them. She CHARACTER SKETCH ley last Sunday evening at the

.i and harshness. It is best stein" Friday night. planned it this way: that when OF A SENIOR Methodist church. The class col )

7'; r not to rip things out. Let them be I grannie went to bed she would slip ors being white and pink, the

1 ; and begin on another project Beverly was absent for two days into her room and get the glassesand Evelyn Stump church was beautifully decoratedwith
r + ak which will lend strength where it last week and we are glad to have hide them, and then next One of our smartest and nicest a profusion of white and pink

Is needed. Teach, leave punish i her back with us again to help us morning when she awoke she seniors is Evelyn Stump. She is flowers, rendering! the service both 7/ .
ment to those who cannot teach liked by everyone and everyone beautiful
and
enjoy our. "senior privileges. would get to see her without them Interesting. Those
a s *eave by force.-Angelo Patrl. __ I I asks her advice about things. She who graduated were: Edna and

wt u s I'I CHEATERS. LOSE" Three minutes later Patrolman --The next morning when Jane was Starke born, Florida.on June 28, 1915, in I I Eleanor Harrison, Alice Mast, Jessie /c..J .

Kelly happened along and learned,awoke she was startled to hear so She is a brunette with very dark Herbert Mae Brannen, M. E. Wynn and
noises. It was not so quietas Packham.
The day was drawing to a close what was up. His motorcycle pur- many brown eyes, brown hair and a light There
red and be darted after the van- usual when she awoke, and these will be preaching at the JEAT.OTT'Y
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as "Bullfrog" Morgan, underworld complexion. She is critical and apt Methodist church
next
noises frightened Sunday eve-
P ,chlef, readjusted bill specs and proceeded ished car. His speedometer regis- many strange to be a bit sarcastic at times ning. I
I. e counting the pile of coins tered fifty before he caught sight her. around those most beloved to her About $1,000, spent in construction .
J. B. Alexander -
but of Live Oak who
bandit's He drew his "Muwer., she called, no re- ,
of the car. I
P before him. although she doesn't realize it. has been work on Florida East Coast
a guest of Hotel BOA DRAIN
It thousand in revolver and took aim at the car. ply came. Like Hamptonfor Canal from
There were five and dislikes-She likes to February 28, 1930 to
I several
+ Crack! Crack! He lost control of "Alice," she called to the nurse, I days, left last Monday Miss Susie Allen Cor.
l ,, 1 counterfeit: freshly made by "Bull- sing, chum with Patsy, chicken for for Reddick, where be will December 311931.-Florida Times-
:;{ ; frog." They were to be put into the motorcycle, it careened wildly again no answer. breakfast, beautiful clothes, se-' his duties Insurance resume Union.
as
All much frightened she jump. i I I representative. -
and into the ditch. Very .
circulation in the morning. Bull plunged rets, to talk with Mrs. Alderman ---0--
frog was wanted In seven cities went black! ed out of bed and ran downstairs. about college and school You 'There Inverness Construction of Coca
in the doorway of her may I Mr. Charles Weeks and wife,who was baptizing at Kingsley
I but evidence was small; at least When he came to, he was He lyingon hada Standing room, she saw her write her in care of the B. H. S. have been the guest of his niece, Lake Sunday afternoon at 3 p. m. Cola plant on North Apopka
grandmother's
bed in the hospital.
small enough to omit conviction. a Journal. Mrs. A. A. McDonald this week Leslie Glisson called on J. U. avenue will start soon.wuwuuiuwiuu"wuuwwwwuiuuwwwuwmiwuuswwww"wuro.
doctor
and the bending
and bruised badly. mother
11 the broken leg was
; So Bullfrog gathered
up Allen
have Sunday afternoon.
; coins and rang a handbell. The The president of the bank came over the pale, white face that lay Ben Sternberg Jacksonville.The returned. to their home at E. J. White called on Ira Allen "' ," .""" """ ,. ""' .
door opened and in walked his to see him. The president said the upon the pillow with closed eyes. A : Ben la a brunette:He has black Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
Hampton Hotel is
over Jane, for progressing -
i seventeen gunmen and rackteers. A counterfeit had been turned into panicky feeling ran I hair, dark brown eyes and an olive nicely under the L. Johnson visited Miss Evle

r w h meeting was on. Bullfrog explained the banks. It was not discovereduntil she hardly recognized her grand and complexion. He is quite brilliant Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Harper.EVERGREEN managementof Woodward Saturday afternoon.
without her glasses
' It mother ;
i who was to put the counterfeitson it had been exchanged. when he will apply himself-remarkably I Miss Cherry Harrell and Miss
ik. had all been sent to the First Na- too, there seemed to be a red gash ,
the market. He then asked for so in history. Eliza Harrell and Mr. Frank Har-
9 i ', volunteers to pull off the First National tional then. The day that the across her forehead, which had not He is very confident and sure rell called on Mr. and Mrs. Ralph ; i

'4 ; Bank Job at a ten percent bank had been robbed the teller at been there before. of himself especially when in the Gainey Sunday morning. y
' + profit besides his own share to the the window on sudden thought had Noticing the sad and serious expression presence of the opposite sex. He There will be conference held
the faces of her mother Mr. F. A. IU.t...
,, I person who did the Job. The Job given the bandit the counterfeit on caters.: to! flattery like most of his, Car. at China Grove church Wednesday i1!
she to the ,
had and the doctor ran nurse
N was due in seventeen days. Slim money. He said that Kelly sex, but is very boyish and disarm night.. ; a,6a 4
y McKay volunteered and the wounded the bandit. It was crying, with fear clutching at her Mrs.
job fatally ing. He is liked by both sex equal Maggie Forsyth and children .
,was his known that the bandit worked un- heart for she realized something ly well and likes friends. Lucille and Eugene of Jack- A Big Job

I The First National Bank was to der someone, but he wouldn'tsqueal terrible had happened. Likes and dislikes.-He likes to sonville spent the week-end here -
rj receive a large amount of cash before he died. The counter- After Alice had qulted her to appear neat and well-dressed. He with relatives.

r, d that fateful day. Motorcycle Pa- felt money was recovered and de- some extent she told the child that is appreciative of beauty and beautiful -I Mr. and Mrs. Cohen Peele were (Gainesville Dally Sun.)

n, trolman Kelly patrolled that district stroyed by the state. Detectives Mrs. Burton had fallen in a search clothes. He likes soup, foot- visitors to Starke Friday.Mr. It is not always easy-

r 4 the same day. Kelly had been will be put on the trail of the for her glasses, which were not in ball,and to talk about the amount, and Mrs. J. E. Rosier and To apologize,

i refused Old Man Splggots' daugh maker of the counterfeit money. their accustomed place, and had of vitamins he eats, girls, and' children were visiting Mr. and Mrs. To begin over, p it
4 ter's hand until he had enough The officials of the bank rewarded "been fatally wounded. shrimp cocktails. He doesn't publish -I' C. A. Pringle at Greenwood Sun- To take advice
money to buy ber a home. Kelley a sufficient sum so that Jane fully realizing the tragedy his dislikes so we cannot tell day afternoon.Mr. To admit error,

Highly at noon a slim man entered he could buy a home for his bride- that had befallen her grandmother you those. and Mrs. Levy Norman of To be unselfish
i, the door of the First National to-be. They will i be married In began to weep as if her heart would + Vanderbilt spent Sunday with Mr. To face a sneer,
j A seventeen days after break, and neither could she be To be charitable
{ Bullfrog'smeeting. June. BICENTENNIAL PROGRAM and Mrs. R. S. Rosier.
There was a commotion Blake and Joe, comforted by the nurse, doctor or Mr. and Mrs. Fred Conner and To avoid mistakes,
inside and 9th grade.P. her mother, because she was think- To keep on trying
presently he came out children of Lawtey attended church
Rev. '
Prayer- Lowry. W. B. "Babe"
r with a bulging satchel and climbed S. Bullfrogs capture will be ing of the folly of a foolish desire. here Sunday.Mrs. To be considerate Douglass
Amerlca"-School students.
OF LAKE CITY
s Into a waiting car and was away. published later. Louise Walters. "Hall Columbia"-:-School stu- Hester Sapp Is spending To endure success,
i To be
broadmlnded
1 k dents. the week here with Mr. and Mrs. For Railroad
r t To profit by mistake,
J. Q. Rosier.
DAYS "Father of Our
SCHOOL By DWIG Country"School To
students.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. S Rosier and keep out of a rut, CommissionerThe
I children were visiting Mr. and To forgive and forget,
Mrs.
Wyman expressed his appreciation C. A. To think and then act, Man Who Has Had the Ex
Pringle
Sunday afternoon.Mr.
I fa NQMCNORHW' to the many persons To make the best of little, perience and Believes He Knows
and Mrs. C. Larramore
'MST :) d CpSNeAM who assisted In making this event and To shoulder deserved
I vu. a. success. He thanked the many children, were visiting his aunt, To blame, Your Vote and Support Will Se
: i I PodA'IbMfcotfifiRt maintain a high standard
Mrs. E. Rosier ,
\H\1i\ organizations of Starke for the at Pine Grove Sun-
now An to recognize the silver AppreciatedPaid.
toll
SPI\.E. Lvt1R0It 1't01It""R trees and palms they gave to be day.J.. .-But it always lining Adv.Lifetime .
\ E. Rosier was a business pays. !
i-- planted on the school yards. visitor ,
hi to Starke .awsawuwuwawauwmw.nW swuuwuuu wuw uwnrnt s!
Monday.
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ANOTHER

NEW RIVER
,. Dear Sing Slag: ,
I Ute tu yu let yu hear from MlM E..l. I IVs, Car

me. I hay commency tu be velly,

+ mucketty much hear alleady. We Among those who were transact-

ar tu put on play nex weel call, ing business in Starke Saturdaywere + SEach

I Anne-what-dtd-yu-say-her-name-ar : Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Moody, fII
LL ., I appear tu hav velly Importantpart. and children Mr. and Mrs. J. L. $3
1
i 1 ar tu be tellemfone bell, Johns and daughter Essie, Mrs.
noo on door, an also I ar stlange C. B. Brown. Messrs. Wesley andS.
noise which are tu be herd. I ar 292:4AO12.
N. Johns, E.A. Sapp and Sam :
c I also ask tu sit among audients an Crews.

applesauce In a case audlents fail J.
I Mr. and Mrs. Alton Moody are -
) y : tu do so. Also we ar tu haveCoarse the parents) of a son, born Feb. 14. .83 Each

T:i I girls In aha hoo commency: Miss Flora Belle Johns attendedthe -.. La Pain A.
I NP tu sing an ak velly klcklty. senior
If play in Lake Butler FrI- .
II f We are velly athletical hear. I day night

play stockier an I appear tu get Mrs. H. L. Johns and Mr. and
I slocked, I also
plade baskey ball Mrs. Pledger Johns were business
oa an soon as t commency I appear tu visitors in Starke
}' tl '" Friday after-
I (
P r"d i r t get used as foundations by res of noon. Guaranteed

4t ') teem, which are velly IndeUghtfulaffare. Rev. Butler has been holding a
$Y. + I :; I have quit for tu three very successful revival meeting at GOODYEAR SPEEDWAY

day to recoverate as t ar tu soar Brooker for the put few days.
& < ? tu warble a i lash. Our school closed fa
"
Friday after
t ; ? t have tu in o. .. I
4 c.' linger school tu day eight months successful term _
r : I as i chew an babey rooth in pleas- I which was taught by Mr. W. S. Sib-
li ; 2hU0-20 $4.30 $4.17
; ] |ants of teacher, in a case you ar [ley and Miss Llllle McRae. We all
80x i.
50-21 .
) not inform 1 telly yu babey rooth wish to thank them for their un- 4.37 4.23
..c ar a candy which 2Sd.7S-19 5.12 4.97
are name from tiring efforts to make the school a SO U r '* :I U
c.o ) of/' babey rooth which ar a a man hoo success.. 29x5.00-1t.__ 5.39 5.23

no ar flamous about runnia home, ho Don't forget Sunday school ev- Cood.s ,-8ox3ya __ 3.57 3.4"
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wer chasm her I are not Inform, it ery Sunday at Long Bridge at 3 Coast-to-Coast
t war probly the coo coo clux,, whichare o'clock. Register Motor Co.
Everybody Is cordially invited N.B.C. Radio
f a flamous bunch of. coo coos in to attend. PHONE 103
j i. t tRI PRfla troHOPPER SIIt"fS1", \\4 tittJI AmeUlca. Program

1LI; 41 I + A PATZrT Oft T tas ctWR" Tt\G >last P. S. your friend, Try our toasted sandwiches. See Wed. Louie's Service Station

., ''tf acs e.s COlt" O\1't a A 4 1i Oft Pptr Shang HL how far 25o will fo at Shamrock Sat. PHONE as

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CARL S \\lion the Tip Top clerk wrap* up r..
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I Market Page thing*: that It's fine wholononie t r, 1 'i Q. '
food: and that the price I hi RIGHT. ;
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HIGHEST QUALITY GUARANTEEDNote 1
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the Specials Below-Come and see us for your every want In our line. strings tied to It, simplytwo ", t
items advertised on

I Jewell Lard, pound - - n 7c this have! page an envelope each week enclosed will [ ( ."..'

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calling for $1.00 in silver
10 pounds POTATOES - - .- -15c free. The purchaser of I % ) r
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10 pkgs. Octagon Soap or Washing Powder25c these storekeeper envelopes where to they the -v-- -' itPOTATOES,10 \," l,,tI

Bars Palmolive Soap - - 25c were secured and get the pounds lOc'' : :
cash for them. This in .- -

14 Cocoa lOc addition{ to the specialprices With Each $1.50 Grocery Order or More :'m'r.
best I
Hershey % pound - - quality
merchandise and court
I Blue Rose Rice 25c eous treatment you will TOMATO Juice, can 5c | PINEAPPLEcan5c 5
1 7 pounds - - -
always find await you as I
a special inducement to BACON LARD FLOUR ,
Northern Beans 17c
pounds Great - - trade with Market Basket ,t
Is Pound8c 3 pounds 20c 24 pounds 55c I J
25cSwift's l, advertisers. Bring your ;
pounds Ground Coffee f - - paper to town with you- '" '
I choose the store this TOMATO SOU/, can 5c COFFEE, 2 Ibs. __ ___ __ 25c I ( .
desire to on trade PRUNES pound -_ 5c ROOMS, each ________ -- ___ 20e .41
12c page you : ,
Picnic Hams pound - - BLACK EYED I
with and you will receive PEAS, can 5c Phil. CREAM CHEESE, pkO.l0c :rf
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It the extra in SOAP-POWDER for 5c MACARONI for ....- .. ? 25c t' ;:"',
SHORTS White Sacks - - $1.30 silver$2.00 when long'green POST TOASTIES,2 for _. J5c J/A/JJSpound __ ._ llc .
t purchase or these special you CORNED BEEF,can ____ 15c SARDINES, 6 for ---_--_____ 25e J _".,

I Strawberry Crates and Cups complete - 45c I Items-They are advertised Creamery Good Whole J

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FANCY CUT 2 GEE WHIZ-LOOK AT THIS
? Peas 5c H I man Thirty with odd a bent yearn towards ago a young sclentlfice i
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Blackeye - Y g SPECIALS! livestock feeding:, then a
25 Chicks
n WITH PORK CAN rather new-fangled Idea, began experimenting Baby
In feed mixing. Ills
Peaches 16c t .. Idea flowered, bore fruit, and today '' '
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OSCEOLA-LARGE CAN Y Men's Heavy Blue 'Work Shirts 39c + young man' name was Wm. II. I ree 25 Ibs.; Purina
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.. Donforth now chairman of the
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g HOME GROUND CII 1 Roy's. Heavy Blue. Overalls __ _. ___ _*_____ 49c .. And In Purina Mr.\ Danfortb' StartenaAT
gave to farming America a word
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RICE 5 pounds -- 15c t* Blue Overalls _.__. _____ 69c that probably today U one of the
-GOOD GRADE :t _Men's_ .Heavy--- -_ -.. --n. -: --- :..: moat uage. mis-pronounced Just how many ways In the Purina lang- OUR STORE ; ;

II GRITS 10 17c I Heavy Grade Mattress Ticking yd. --:-- lOc + la And mispronounced yet' there la,but no one one correct knows SATURDAY MARCH] 5th 1932Visit
D pounds ii t ,
0 GOOD MEDIUM GRADE g t 175 Ladies New Spring and Summer Hats way.The word Purina, which H a

p 8 BEANS 5 t _____.________-_9Sc, $1.45, $1.95 and $2.95 .., part of the name Purina Chows our store next Saturday. See If you can '
poundsGREAT 18cg 6 tOur by which the feed and nupplamcnts guess the weight of the
NORTHERN- I made the are
by

Pickles:each : : : :' 5c JJ ....) (Latest styles and elaborate) +,..., got word known his pure., comes Idea When on from livestock this company the young common feeding man "Biggest Bag of Feed"in J

U SWEET lnXE6 oz. Jar .- z and feed mixing he set up as one
U 4 O Inviolate rule that always all Ingredients -
Bradford
CountyThe 'u
i COFFEE 35c must be pure. So It wasonly
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poundCIL 0 0 Y
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natural to seek to put that
D'' \SE & SANBORN ?M .- -+ word Into the name of products., Guesssea' arc FREE. It is not necessary to make ,
t Purina was the result. And the a purchase to enter your guess. Bring all of your family -
Yellow Meal, packages 15c n nU ; Y ;. corrct. That's pronunciation the way It's Is Pureeena. said In- and let them guess. We will put the Big Bag on the y
QUAKERS I home offices and research laboratories scales at 4 p. m. and to the person who has guessed ; '
2 z In St. Louis. That's the way nearest to the correct weight of it we will give the
15cv
U GRITS U Uo
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packages!! E1-- <- Big Shoe Sale was a success last :.ti the man who coined It said It. BABY CHICKS and STARTENA-FREE. ,
The moat common mispronunciation
0 i Saturday. Get our prices before buy-
SOAP 3 bars for 9cOCTAGON ; ing Shoes Friday and Saturday,as we ; editions Is Pure-eye-na.are Purr-ee-na.Other Pa-roo-na garbled,
- SPECIAL PRICES
will have extraordinary bargains for and even Proa-nee. But there'sJwtt
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1 men, women and children. | one right way Pure-ee-na.
Powders 2 f for 5c i .. i ii are Purina sold locally feeds by and Bradford supplements County We made a big reduction in prices last week i
U Uo fi
Farmers Supply Company. but for this Saturday we are going to give a
SNOW BOY WASHING 5i Humming Bird Hose, newest shades just I .
( i arrived, pair __ $1,00 The national 4-H club radio
DISCOUNT OF 15 CENTS"PER
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OUR,24pounds57c ___ _. ___ ___ .. _._ h_ .oo. broadcast for March will go overa t
> i coast to coast NBC network from SACK ON ALL PURINA FEED
I] SELF-RISING I] !
n nU % 12:3O: to 1:30, eastern standard
; Another shipment yard-wide 25c Broad-
U Jelly, 2 jars 15c % cloth,asst. colors on sale at -_. --.------ IOe ti to time:: a,notice Saturday from March Washington.S,according The Buy Saturday.and Get the Special Price t
ASS-T.
OSCEOLA UI T U. S. Marine Band will play
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Lacrosse visiting friends recently. -=

RISING ZIFF Miss Zulena Waters of the tung ) [J:'
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f30cictrIJCIRCLES Mr. II. M. HrKmr, Cor ...,.. Ma. I,.trl.. (J... oil farm, spent last week-end here "" : :

The farmers In this section are- Services were held at Rock with Friends Mrs. T.of W.Miss Markey.Beul&h Lewisare \\\\Wt.\\\ / / r;; e ) AUC'ib3At *

af- after
engaged In planting their crops church Saturday and Sunday. glad to see her out again
ter the fine rain that fell Thursday Miss Rhoda Thomas returned to being confined to bed with measles. COJ I RA\T;
night Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Waters and / .
with Mrs. J. L. Frazee, as chairman her home In Jacksonville Saturdayafter
OF METHODIST ;
The congregation at Corinth children, and Miss Leola Fogg: attended
will be responsible for the spending the week-end here hl'Vynne
TO MEET Ferguson
W. M. S. church was well pleased with an the graduation exercises at
with her Mr. and Mrs. J.
program. Mrs. John T. Alsop, Jr., parents
Inspiring sermon Sunday by the Lawtey Thursday night. : d; "h". of "%'AA TICA:. AUCTION CRIDCRr" *
of Jacksonville will on beaiiUflcation. B. Thomas.Mr. .
speak ..
the Methodist Woman' .
Circles of pastor. The text was Dan. 6th Mrs. Redd of Alachua spent Sunday _'.--= ;'-- =" :;:;;::;;:;;;..=-,- -- -::= -- ----=--_
P. W. Lewis of Jacksonville, .
meet .
Missionary Society will chapter, 25th:: verse. here with Mr. and J.rs. E.! B.
Cjpyinj.it, llMl.by li yle,Jr.
:Monday afternoon at 3.30: o'clock. Hostesses are: Miss Mabel Wel- We are sorry to hear that Mr. spent last Sunday night here with Redd.
will be ler, Mrs. H. V. Knight. Mrs. H. H. his parents.Mr. I
The Harriet Peek Circle en-
Walter Sibley Is sick In the veteran's Mr. L. R. Waters and small
tertained by Mrs. J. W Andrews.The Young Mrs. M. K. Edwards, Mrs.B. Henry Howard spent the ARTICLE No. 13
hospital at Lake City. daughter, Ellen were in
Mary ,
Noble White Circle will be en- Jacobs, Mrs. E. M. Johns, Mrs, Messrs. Herbert Kersey of Law- week-end at Fairbanks with his Starke Saturday.Mr. No matter how long;you have played derstand. The following! hand

tertained by Mrs. A. W. Redgrave Ward and Mrs. J. L. Frazee. tey, Enoch Keene and O. J. Yar- mother, Mrs. E. Howard. and Mrs. T. W. Markey were Auction or Contract, something novel up in actual play and all dur.ng. ram out;
W. Anderson at the Miss Mary Mott was visiting: in and interesting always is evening.. all
and Mrs. A. brough of Hcllbronn, were visitorsat attending to business in Starke coming up. They are novel, intell l tinr
I former's home. BOBBY BIGGS CELEBRATES our section Monday. Ihere are no other card games that and i.istructhe:
H. M. McRae's Saturday after-
BIRTHDAY Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas was Saturday. have their Infinite possibilities and that
:MISS MONA ALDERMAN noon. visiting at Fairbanks Sunday af- Hogan Smith and children of ia probably why they have retained the Hand No. I
BROADCASTS OVER WRUF Master Bobby Biggs celebrated Miss Louise Sapp of Hellbronn ternoon.Mr. Sampson City, spent Saturday bere Interest of the public over such a long HeartsQ 9.8,6,5, $
section spent Saturday night with period of time. Every hand is different Clubs-8 4
as guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. ,
afternoon J. W. Lewis several
his fifth birthday Tuesday
I Miss Edna Lewis. spent and the bidding and play of each one is Diamonds-A.7
Ulna Mona Alderman of the mu- with a party. days of last week in Jacksonvillewith Morgan.Mr. a separate and distinct problem. All Spades-A, 8, 6
Mr. Chas. Glover of Plant City,
ale department of the Woman's About forty youngsters enjoyedthis friends and relatives.Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Crosby and that any writer or teacher can do is to
College at Tallahassee, broadcastedover happy occasion with the young Is spending a while here with his Leonard Fowler of Brooker, son, Glen, Mr. and Mrs. Larson point out the way and it is up to the I Y I
WRUF In Gainesville last hoet. The guests spent the afternoon son, Mr. Elbert Glover. was In our section Saturday.Mr Mentz, spent the week-end herewith player to adapt what he has learned to : A B :
Mrs. E. J. Lewis had as dinner Mr. and Mrs. L. each particular I L nd. This, of course, : Z
R.
Sunday morning: from 12 to 12:30: playing outdoor games. Favors Newton of Starke passed Gainey.Mr. :
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. is not but, if is
guests Sunday, a player really
o'clock with other members of the were toy balloons and horns. through our section last Wednes- and Mrs. M. P. :Matheny and and
serious sincere in his desire No
Lewis and daughter, Edna Mr. and to score, first zame.Z dealt and
musical of F. S. W. C. The host received many nice gifts. day business. son, Ortho, attended the baccalaureate bid
departmert on there
Mrs. E. C. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. J. improve, is no better way than one club A one heart and Y doubled,
u These delightful programs will be At the close of the afternoon Ice L Lewis and children and Miss Mrs. E. Howard of Fairbanks, sermon at Hampton Sunday by an analysis of various hands that B now bid one'spade and Z and A
broadcasted each Sunday at the cream and individual cakes iced In attended church at Rock Sunday night. bring out points of play and bidding passed. What should Y now bid and
Miss Melba Cros-
and
., same hour during: the month of green waa served those present. Louise Sapp and was the dinner guest of .ber Among_ those in Starke from that every one should thoroughly un- why at either Auction or Contract'

I :March. Miss Alderman will be by.Mrs. daughter, Mrs. R. B. Thomas. here Monday were T. B. Pinholster,
I Richard Griffis of Punta Hand No. :2
beard again next Sunday.METHODIST CARD OF THANKS here Rev. J. H. Kelley filled his regular L. R. Gainey and H. B. Crosby. .."'" c.'''''''' ..,..,
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Cords
this week., visitingrelatives appointment at Wayfalr church Rev. :McGauley filled his regular ,'"' l",n,.,......n.;.,. i; Hearts-8, 5
: GET-TOGETHER We take this method of express- Saturday and Sunday. I appointment at China Grove Sun I Clubs-7, <2
Miss Thelma Lewis spent Satur- DiamondsK, J, 9, 5, 2
and to Mr. and Mrs. day
Delatha
MEETING ing our thanks gratitude day night with Miss Agnes SappIn Starlingand SoaclM-0.8.4. _. 1
II .4 those who so kindly assisted us Wateroak section children of Alachun. were visIting Vera Gainey spent Tuesday nightat Ht'ArlsQ., to, f) --.-_ -

i ';, There will ;;; ;a get-together during the death of our loved one, Mr. and Mrs. :N. C. Mott and chil- at the home of their parents, Hampton with Mr. and Mrs Clubs-A, O, 10,8,6,3; I Y !

,I meeting of the members of the and for the many beautiful floral dren were dinner guests of Mrs. E. Mr. and Mrs. .J.. B. Thomas Sat- Lonnie Futch. Diamonds Q, 10, 7 I A B
:Methodist church next Wednesday offerings.W. J. Lewis Sunday.Mrs. urday night. The commencement exercise of: Spades-9 : Z :

1 evening at 7:30 o'clock at the club H. Smith and children F. M. White, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. W. J. Johns and son, C. C. the Brooker school were held at

r : bouse. Mrs. Lonnie Morgan. H. M. McRae and little daughter, Johns of Starke, were in our sec-' the Brooker Junior High School No score, rubber game. Z dealt and and passed. A and Y passed and B bid

'; Reports from the Sunday school, Odessa, were visiting relatives at Uon Thursday. Wednesday, February 25. Mr. Lit- bid one no trump, A bid two clubs, Y one spade. Z bid two hearts A two
Woman's Missionary Society, NOTICE Gainesville Friday.Mr. Mr. P. W. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. tles of Gainesville gave an Inter- passed, B bid two no trump and all spades, Y three hearts and B three
t League and, etc., will be called for Crawford of Jacksonville :7. W. Lewis and children spent last esting talk. Superintendent A. J. passed. Z opened the five of spades, A spades.,2.now bid four hearts, A four
,' by the pastor. There will be an I will be at the following named Clayton Sunday at Midway with Mr. and Grlffia gave a short talk at the played the nine, Y the queen and 8 spades and Y five hearts. B and Z
was visiting Mr. and Mrs. the trick with the B
won led
on the days and dates Mrs. Lewis' conclusion, of which ace. now passed A tie
entertaining program, and refresh precincts Zary Crawford Sunday. daughter, Mrs. J. O. presented the king of clubs, followed with jack, What should B now bid and
ments will be served All members herein stated, for the purpose of Mrs. J. W. McRae and little eon Dennison. ninth grade diplomas to the following winning the trick in A's hand with the either Auction or Contract? why at

\ and others who attend the Metho'I' I receiving Tax Returns for the Edwin, were week-end guests of : Ruby Shaw, Thelma queen. All followed so that the clubs -

dist church are cordially invited. present year, 1932, to-wit: Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae. Stokes, Connie McGauley, Louise are set up. B then led the ace of clubs. Hand No. 5

Lawtey, Tuesday, March 15.: Mr. Wilton Conner of Wateroak BROOKER Surrency, Layvan Kelly. What should Y discard and why? Hearts-A -

!f ', ENTERTAINS FOR HUSBAND New River, Wednesday, .March was visiting: Mr. and Mrs.' Zary Among those attending the com- Hand No. 3 Clubs-8,4,2 I Y I
'i, 16, forenoon. MlM Vera ., C.r.J' mencement exercises at the Hamp Diamonds-A, 5 : A B I

; :Mrse. LloydJ: Green, was hostess Graham Wednesday, March 16 Crawford Messrs. Sunday.Floyd and Randolph ton school Tuesday night were: Mr. Hearts A.10 109,17, 6, 4 Spades -J.9, 8, 7, 6,4,3 I Z .

'r at 'a:dinner party to a number afternoon. Crosby were visiting friends at Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis bad and Mrs. Leland Brown and children Diamonds-A, Q. 10, 9 No score, rubber Z dealt and
1' Brooker Thursday, March 17. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. game.
of friends and relatives last Surrency,
Raiford afternoon. as their Spades-3 bid
, Sunday I guests Sunday his sister, one spade. A passed. Y bid one no
Theressa, Friday, March 18, fore- Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mott and
Monday evening at her home on children and
Mr. J. W. Drlggera of Pine Level Mrs. Mack Hunter and her sons, trump Band Z passed. What
:: Walnut street, the occasion being noon. section was visiting H. M. McRae Vernar, Havard and Lee. and her J. H. Kelly and children, H. I Y I should A bid with the foregoing{ hand
t'W. -' the birthday anniversary of her Hampton, Friday, March 18, afternoon Wednesday afternoon. daughter Annie, and Miss Inez P. Gainey, Purvis, Aubrey, Alph : AD : and why, either at Auction or at
and Ivan Hazen Mallie I Z I Contract??
,;i' husband. Mrs. T. N. Norman and children, Hutchinson, all of Lake City. Surrency,
,.r, Calendulas and larkspur were Under the law it Is the duty of Cliff Kelley, Resale, Colson, Lorena An analysis of the foregoing hands
: were visiting relatives here Satur- Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot of No score, first game.Z dealt and bid will be> given in the next article The
; owning, or having Green, Theo
I. used as decorations for this affair, every person Starke Ruby and Leitha Kelley and to obtain the
A What best
were Sunday visitors of .e spade passed. should way results from a
.t and the large birthday cake formed custody of any property subjectto day.Miss Senada Crawford of Jacksonville Mrs. R. T. Osteen.Mr. Bernice Crosby. V now bid with the foregoing hand and study of these hands is to write out
1'' a centerpiece for the dining table. taxation, to return the same to is visiting relatives here and Mrs. M. P. Mathenywere Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Futch of \\'iy. at either Auction or Contract: ? your cwn opinion in each instance and
I,,'. :Mrs. Green was assisted In entertaining the Tax Assessor, between the this week. in 'Waldo last Hampton, were attending to business then compare your analysis with the
'i- by her mother, Mrs. P. M. dates of Jan. 1st and April the 1st and Wednesday.Mr. here Saturday. j Hand No. 4 writer's. Even if you don't agree, a
Mrs.
. Roy Thomas of comparison: of his
of each and If arguments and opin-
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Barefoot and Mrs. Nelson T. Green. every year. you Jacksonville --w-- Hearts-7
love .
; spent with will invalu.t
Jt About forty guests enjoyed the will do this there will be no cause Sunday here Cross City-Atlantic Coast Line : Y Clubs-Q able. your own prove
with his Every hand is selected because
it
mother Mrs. Alice '
Thomas. t
for AWTBfMr roadway forces ditches A B : Diamonds-J 10,9,4
boapltality of Mr. and Mrs. Green. complaints.With improving > of play or bidding
;; the exception of the above ... B:. E. Darner. Cor. by Mrs.They Matthews were accompanied home along railroad right of way thru t ZNo :, Spades-A. 0.10,9.5,3 that should thoroughly understood
\ TT. D. HOLD MEETING dates I will be in the assessors office who spent last this city and paralleling state road by every player so an analysis is bound
{ week here with,her mother. ocore and A B a in. Z dealt to be
,!1 AT CLUB HOUSE for the purpose of receivingtax No. 19. game helpful.
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returns. Elisha Crews Passes Away _J
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,y E: The W. T.,Weeks;; Chapter of the E. W HAYES. The'' death of Kliaha Crews an ...... .

. I. U. D. C. met at the Woman's Club 342t. County Assessor of Taxes. old' and highly respected citizen of -: -- -

:Monday afternoon. our community came as a great I

; The president, Mrs. L. G. Powell, BIG BUSINESS SEEKING shock to his many friends and

I'; presided.., during the business ses- CALENDAR CHANGE relatives last Friday morning. He!

I ; Bion it was decided to give a retired Thursday night and seemedto CLEAN SWEEP SALE!
, be in the best of health. Early
tea at date
George Washington a (Continued from page 1.})
next morning when his wife wentin
to be pained this plonth.l' .
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during 1937. would be on the cal- to call him to breakfast he had

i the JV guests salad present.course was Hostesses served foe to>
;:{i' would be on Monday, and In 1939, he slept. The funeral was held at
the afternoon were Mrs. S. E.
; It would be back again to the present Evergreen cemetery Saturday
j\i Brownlee, Mrs. J. M. Brownleo, DeWitt C.
\ calendar Sunday. Surely such morning at 10 o'clock with Rev. Jones Hardware Store
, -Mrs. W- L. Wall and Mrs. J. E.
a plan would make confusion more Phillips conducting and was at- ,
!' Wilson.Mrs. confounded until we would be> askIng tended by a large concourse of IIII

:> i' ; Beasley. A.invited Z. Adklns the chapter and Mrs.to O.meet L. one another, "Just where are friends and relatives. He was 82 must dispose of its ENTIRE STOCK and is now offering to the public the BIGGEST

W e, anyhow, In this jumble that years old and was a prosperous
:'a Y; with them the first Wednesday in BARGAINS ever offered by any Hardware Store. Everything in the store must
'' .. 'bIg business' has thrust upon us farmer of our section. He leaves to go

'-:,; '; April, In order to make Itself bigger?" mourn his loss, his wife and eight including the FIXTURES, and so the merchandise has been greatly REDUCED
i While the advocates of this plan children who include: E. L. Crews, I
WOMAN'S CLUB WILL MEET without regard to cost. If are in need of HARDWARE CUTLERY
',:(i' WEDNESDAY -- were temporarily defeated the Mrs. Babe Crews, Mrs Dot King, you any ,
,,; delegates( of the League of Nations Mrs. Susie Carter, Misses Frances ATHLETIC. GOODS, HOUSE FURNISHINGS KITCHEN UTENSILS FARM
. and Jno. and ,
\ assured them that their plans could and Hackley Crews

.' an's The Club regular will meeting be held of Wednesday the Wom1. be considered again at the sessionIn Raymond Crews. Their many IMPLEMENTS, PAINTS or many other articles too numerous to mention, don't fail

1939: which means that the new friends sympathize with them in
' to take advantage of this
'f. '' afternoon March 9th at 3 o'clock. calendar scheme, if adopted, could their bereavement. gigantic sale-the greatest money-saving sale ever to have

,tit : As meeting this and Is election the annual of officers business all begin> on its scale In 1939.. Loversof I Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede and been staged in Bradford County starting, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5th. I
the religious practices that have family visited at Kingsley Lake I
; members are urged to attend.
been> followed since the dawn of Sunday.C. .
,;' The \ibeautlflcation committee history, and the lovers of anniver- Y. Mayo and family of Tam Shot Gun Shells Perfection Stove Wicks Toilet Tissue 8 relic for Paints-Lowe Bros.

t I II saries, birthday and patriotic me- pa, spent the week-end here with

}J'I';P morials that have contributed to relatives. 59c 3 for 7Sc 19c 49c

i1i' : the: happiness of our national life E. E. Burney was a business visi- pi.
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oVNERVESAI '<<,;() should awaken to the dangers of tor to Starke Saturday.Miss PLOW SLIDES PLOW POINTS PLOW BEAMS
<'t,, these plans and resist with renew- Patsy Edwards has re Whole Sweeps
ed effort the attempts the calendar turned home after visiting friends!
;\: reformers are making to disruptthe in Jacksonville and Trenton for 19c 19c 39c i Price

!w present way of doing things. several weeks.
I:. Jack and Ralph Darley are visiting AII n ba.Ulle, AU Colors Ice Tea Glasses Perfection Broilers
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''J 25c 4c each 79c
, r. Punta Gorda-Plaza Theatre to: 59c I
ATLASThe reopen soon under new name and

,J'I', managementModern 'I/AMES.; Buggy Collars Back Band Webbing 'FIRE GRATES


',ff'','I i(i" Standard Oil J --.. ....... AI. '" 7Se 4ge lOc yd. 98c


< .< Tire GuaranteedOne Healers value $12 !
Children's
' s hocking


"h 4';"jj.('1 M1 Year Cleaning Dry 4.90 -i&39'- $1 &MmCOIm$4:49ter$ : II


H 1 NNNNNHNFrigidaire Lawn Mowers Plant Jr., Cultivator CORN SHELLER

. IJP TO,701U' ears In work-, P eg T
&, every nerve at high tendon. Modern Cleansing Machinery $5.98 $4.98 $1.98
,; No wonder you snap at the wits $o4e9Srrows
and bark at the children. Skilled Employees

.w a'c b out Overworked Assures you the hand Plows PLOJYS{ Mowing Machine Parts

i nerves,.Nervous may lead Headache to SleepleuBBM Nerr-- the three year guar- oest in dry cleaning: of $4.98 Price Plpe Fitting

,,.; mu other Indigestion unpleasant and diatorbaneea.a boat of anted electric refrigerator the most delicate fabrics. $4.98 / Part !

Why don't :yon try Dr. Riled Bolls all sizes pace
Eaerreeeent Nervine Tablets DYEINGPHONE COFFEE POTSJUTCll OVENS

'. Just one in a half glass of 28
,, water makes a pleasant spar .3c each lOc 1.50 I
lint drink
delightfully aoothuff 3-4 in. Rope lanila
For
to over-taxed nerves. sale bySmith's

M,, Dr. Miles' Nervine is now c CANE JIILL SHOVELS BOSS OVENS lOc lb I
made in two forms
-LJqnid and

; Effervescent the same soothing Tablet effect.Both have Service Starke DryCleaners $1. 0.00 89c $2.98 :

S1.00 at your drug store Store sit Oftlce FIXTURES I

Mould Boards L Co Smith Typewriter" Platform Scales National Cash Reelster9c '


1. llr ,Station The Only Dry Cleaning $25.00 $0.95. 1/, Price 'I


Plant in Town
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daughter Sue Darby of Orlando, JOHN W.\ MARTIN LEADS 't"i ;
are the guests this week of Mrs. I
News of
Florida In Short
Bits of I Magulre's parents, Mr. and :Mrs. A. Paragraphs '
M. Darby. ,\

.- IN GOVERNOR'S RACE

Mrs. E. M. Johns, Mrs. T. J. y

loCal Nevi Griffin and Miss Gloria Johns left 'v. *' .
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Oviedo today for with a several Mr. and day's Mrs.visit L. E.in LIVE STATE;!: NEVv The unquestioned leadership of John W. Martin in the \

Concerning Our People Business and Jordan. campaign for nomination as governor, is due to his strong : .

Progress of the County and Town. following all over Florida and his strong following is due to I,

son Mrs., Fred Dora Endmlngston McMullen and and grand.Miss TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES his unsurpassed record for leadership, integrity and ability. .

___ OOOQ QQOOO Oo Opal White, of Jacksonville were ,.._._._ _. r "" ._ u .. ..,..... _. II .. .. T I II Lesser men have carried on a consistent campaign to

CJ,," "" -----court-- ---------- m guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. I.. Miami William Rose, high Miami-L. L. Lee, city manager build up a myth about John W Martin, but the official state ,
attended WEATHER .
REPORT ,
[ Knight V. Moore. 1
L col win Wednesday. _. school student charged thit Mm was Informed by Col. L. V. Frazier, reports and journals reveal him as he is, safe, constructive {.f 1\;

Compiled R. O. Lacey chopr"'d up! his PlIt_ United States district engineer at I and sound. '
by Starke Branch U. Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Demo- \. f
mobile with an axe when he Jacksonville that work on the widening
I L. Frazee Is spending S. Forestry Department.Two rest, Jr., and In the face of :
Mrt. J. little daughter were brought her daughter home from a and deepening of the Miami a feverish demand for large appropriations ': ,;

(everal days In Jacksonville. Date weeks Max.ending Min.March Prccip.1. guests F. Demorest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. R. date after midnight. He swore out river will start not later than and heavy demands up on the state government, Governor N

Closing out peanut seed 60o a Feb. 17 86 61 Brunswick. Ca., while enroute to a warrant against the irate mother March 18. Contract for the pro- Martin advocated steps to halt the piling up of bond issues, ,3' I:I',, I ,'
charging her with malicious mischief ject was awarded by the govern ,
Feb.. 18 ,
It 77 63 "
,ISbeL J. C. ManningStarke. Feb. 19 82 60 and assault with Intent to ment some time ago to the Standard advocated removing the banking department from the direction } .'.

toasted sandwiches. See Feb. 20 69 53 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas kill. Dredging Company of New of the comptroller and strengthening regulations, secured \r'' i

Try our will at Feb. 21 80 54 .01 and family of York for $ 17OOO. The river Will removal of the state ad valorem tax for roads, advised "
far 25o go Worthington Springsand .
oW Shamrock St. Petersburg- John C Blocker, be dredged to a depth of 15 feet .
trllL Feb.Feb. 22 23 77 63 .03 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hall and two life long resident of this city announcing for a distance of 5 1.2 miles from against and avoided experiments with new taxation frills, \

69 55 .15 daughters, of Palatka, were guests himself as a candidate Its mouth and widened accordingto advised against and avoided lavish appropriations and reduced '
I E. M. John and Mrs. T. J. Feb. 24 77 55 .32 Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Mrs for Judge subject to the scale.Macdenny .
briffin spent Monday In Jackson- Feb. 25 67 56 T. Thomas. June county primaries varied the customary a varying the state advalorem tax to the lowest level it had touched in

Feb. 26 76 44 the
preceding ten ;
tile. announcement a bit. "It has years.

Feb. 27 78 49 .27 Mrs. W J. Epperson accompan. been the custom of 'many to say mation Just -given According out by to William Infor- With a gasoline tax of five cents Governor Martin built ,
Feb. 28 76 55
relatives
Pearl Jordan visited led by Mrs. E. W. Wells Mrs. W.
Miss their friends had urged them to
Feb. 29 77 44 Knabb, president and Tate Powell, the splendid system of highways which opened Florida)
In Wrlghtsvllle. Ga., over the H. Biggs and Mrs: A. H. Harley, enter the race," he said. "That's up

Leek-end. Mar. 1 83 51 of Lawtey, attended the O. E. S. not the case with me. It. was my ,secretary-treasurer of the Baker He advanced the standing of the state college and universityand
i County Growers, Inc. approximately
Total rainfall for 2 weeks .78 in. district meeting In Gainesville '
own Idea. 200 acres have been planted In constructed permanent buildings there. He ended the ,
H. V. Knight wereLaitors Monday .
night.
Mrs.
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'
Col. day from Wlldwood where she Baker this week to rental of
In Jacksonville the first of school county cucum- costly offices in scattered locations and built the
Miami A high
spent two weeks with her Junior bers. This un-
sister was planted
he week. Mrs. L. M. DeSha. Mrs. Luther G. Powell. Miss Etta gambling ring" was uncoveredhere der contract acreage for the Manhattan state office building at the capitol which provides safety for

Tison and Mr. John Powell will with more than a dozen of the Produce Exchange of Brooklyn, N. valuable public records and efficient quarters for the road de- t
and Mrs. W. S. Clark visited leave Sunday for a visit In Savannah
Mr. Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright youths arrested. The boys played Y., at a stipulated price. The shipping partment and motor vehicle department. It was Governor' ; 6
In Cedar Key Ga. Before '
,
W, R. Hodges returning home and
ir. dice with their lunch money, ,
and son, E. J. Wainwrlght will season Is dated from April 20
Ifaat Monday. they will visit the Magnolia" Gardens Martin who gave Florida its modern prison to displace the
spend Saturday In Jacksonville at- after the cash was dissipated, they to May 25. The rains this week un-
-and tending to business. In Charleston, S. C. posted books as collateral. The ring have been worth many thousandsof safe and inadequate make-shift which had to serve before he
.
A. V, Lon- S. T, .
Mrs. was uncovered when *o many of dollars to the growers of Baker was elected governor.
bell, of Gainesville were visitors in Those attending the district conference arrived In their classrooms -
the
W. youths
:Mrs. S. Stroman who is visiting county particularly to the cucum- But Martin denounced
ark. Thursday. her daughter Mrs S. S. Dowl- of the American Legion consistently without books. ber crop. "niggarly economy" that policy', ; ,

ing will return to her home In Tallahassee and Auxiliary at Yankeetown Sunday which pinches pennies to the hurt of Florida business or f
P. E. Canova and son. Mr. from the local post were: N. '
Mrs Pn.lmetto-Celery being shipped
them
I Saturday.Miss squeezes from the more poorly paid
p. E. Canova were visitors in Jack- D. Wainwright Jr., W. G. String- from thla point to northern'mar- employees.

f onvllle Tuesday. Alice Fernandez of the F. fellow A. J. Thomas, Charlie Cooper I kets last week reached a high total VANDERBILT John W. Martin keeps his promises. '

S. W. C. at Tallahassee, spent the JJ. E. Corpening, G. K. Lewis, of 79 cars for the week ending Carrie: B.ll Norman, Cor.Mr He promises now to give Florida the best possible gov-
P. Brooks of Jen- L. D. Vining, J. A. Saul, L. Wyman,
Mrs. Branyon last cars of
week-end with her parents, Mr. night. Twenty-five ernment at the least possible cost.
Mng, was the guest of Mrs. L. V. Ray Newsora and Carl Wooten. citrus 17 of
shipped. oranges
were
Mrs. R. S. Fernandez.Mr. .
'Moore Friday. land I I and 13 of grapefruit., Eleven! cars Melvin Futch of Lawtey was On the strength of that promise and his reputation for 't

and Mrs. A. J. Griffis and Among those'attending the dog of cabbage were sent northward visiting? In this section Monday af keeping faith he will be elected as next governor of Florida.
Wade Kennedy of Baldwin races at Orange Park Friday evening ternoon.A .
Mrs. and a variety of fruits and vege-
son, Julian and Mrs. H. M. Snyder
was the guest of Mrs. H. .C. Wall attended the commencement exer- were: Mr. and Mrs O. L. ;I tables made the total of 140 cars large number of young folks JOHN W. MARTIN FOIl GOVERNOR CLUB OF FLORIDA 1' '

{for the weekend.The cises in Hampton Tuesday evening. Beasley, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mundy, being shipped. attended the sing and B. Y. P. U. Paid Adv. a ',
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis, Mr. and social given at the home of Mr. and ?

Sunbeam's will meet at the Mrs. Dave Silcox. Mrs. E. E. Ca Fort Myers-In running over a Mrs. F. M. Norman Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Yelvlngton
Baptist church Monday afternoont of Hastings, will spend Sunday nova Mrs. J. M. Brownlee Mrs. O. batch of bills for various article After the sing sandwiches and lem- -=- spent Tuesday night with Rhoda 4 4Zeigler

3:30: o'clock. J. Griffin, Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, Mr. bought by the city the'finance officer onade was served. Everyone reported : ,
with Judge and Mrs. George Gardi-
and Mrs. B. Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. found one for a new cap for a nice time. TIIERESSA Mrs. J. B. Sullivan and little children .

Mr. O. L. Beasley spent the ner. Paul Canova Miss Bunny Canova. Fire Chief Anderson. "Why did you Mrs. F. M. Norman and daughter M.. A. I. ..HTHII, c.... and Mr. John Sullivan were i

veek-end in Miami with his slater, Miss Mary Canova Miss Martha buy a new cap" the official asked Miss Mattie, were visiting in visiting relatives here Saturday.
Mr. D. T. McKlnnon of Miami
,Irs. Ethel Geiger. : Brownlee, Miss Ethel Griffin, Mr. Anderson today. "My old one disappeared Lawtey Saturday afternoon.Mrs. Mrs Miss Grace Adklns the
and Mr. N. C. Geese of Palatka Cora Sullivan of Waldo, spent
I and Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mr. and ," was the reply. "Did J. C. Alvarez daughter, Ola week-end with Misses Ruth and ;
were business visitors In Starke was visiting her brother Mr. J. J.
Mrs.. Charles Ward of Plant City. Mrs. H. C. Wall, Mr. and Mrs. A. someone steal It?" "No. I used Mae and son, Lucian, were visiting Zeigler and family for few Rhoda Zelgler. ,
a
Tuesday. days
its the guest of her parents. Mr.and L. Kahr, Jr., Messrs. Billy Graham,, some cleaning fluid on It and it relatives and friends in Gainesville last week. Miss Merle Hall of Hampton i

I:Mrs John Uglow. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. S. McCormack Angelo Carbone, Pate Gassett,.O. was dissolved." Tuesday. was visiting Miss Elsie Belle Gelg-
K. Lewis, Owen Griffin, Don Hoover Miss Lubedla Alvarez spent Mr R. M. Hersey and Mr. Clyde er last Wednesday
of St. Charles, 111, arrived last night.
Mr. O. C. Hayes of Dillon, S. C., Lonnie Harley Dr. E. L. Biggs, Thursday night in Brooker with Hersey have returned from Plant
Sunday and are guests of Mr and Fort Myers-Butch Futch was Miss Teresa Bennett Is vw.tlng i i ,
Jis spending this week with Mr. and Lonnie Harris and Herbert Sulll Miss Jeannette Kelly. City where they have made their *
Mrs. John Uglow. placed under Jl.OOO bond here to- her sister, Mrs. Floy Sullivan.
and C. Dukes of home for the few
|Mrs. E. W. Hayes. van. Messrs. Early past months. We
night pending charges of manslaughter 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Caratenjion
Dukes attended the sing at Mr. are glad to have them with us r
Mlsa Hazel Middleton .of the F. In the altoced' hitandrun were business visitors to Starke +
Miss Florence Wood "and her REPUBLICANS and Mrs. F. M. Norman's Friday again.
S. W. C. in Tallahassee, spent the traffic death of his owe broth. Tuesday.
cousin, Mr. Carleton are visiting week-end with her parents Dr. and er. Hardy Futch died today in night Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Zeigler of Mrs W. W. Hall and little R j
]relatives in Ozark. Ala. There will be a meeting of legal :Mr. Frank Norman and Miss Gainesville were his
visiting
Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Mrs. Lee Memorial hospital of injuries par daughter Clarice Mae, returned
and qualified Republican voters of, Jennie Maude Crosby were visitingIn ents Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
received Saturday night when he Zelglerlast I home last week after a visit at 'i
Bradford county Florida, at the Graham Friday afternoon and
Mr. T. N. Kendrick and Mr. Angelo Mae Jones and Mrs. Earle in Starke at 8'' was knocked from the running Tuesday. 1 Plant City with her parents Mr. ,
courthouse home by his sla-
county acompanled
was
Carbone are spending several Mlddloton of .:Jacksonville spent board of an automobile driven by Miss Thelma Priest of Starke and Mrs. Joe Padgett.
p. m. March 15th, 1932 for the purpose ter, Miss Mattie Norman, who has
[ in this week.S. and his brother Butch.HollywoodA .
days Daytona Thursday at the home of Dr. -- -- '
the
to
of electing delegates been teaching school at Graham.
Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Mr. to be held in Orlando returnedto I t
state convention Miss Rachel Silcox has
L. Peek of Miami spent'this skeleton believedto [NOTlGE rO THE AMBITIOUS 'it'
and dele-
April 12th, 1932 her home In Starke after teach
I week in Starke attending the'special A. of Washington be that of a Mrs. Kimball, wife .\
Seigler ,
Roy .
I gates to the Congressional convention lost ing school here for the past term. we make f hree-ye ar loans to those sates actoy : : .
term of circuit court. D. C., Is visiting his uncle and of an east canal barge worker : .
to be held in Lake City :March II Mr .and Mrs. E. S. Matthews of I
aunt Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Moore and In the 1926 Florida hurricane was rgputationwlio want a complete training at the I r i'I
25th, 1932. Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs.F. ,
Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. L.. other relatives in Starke. found at Hallandale,* two miles :1)I fir
H. H. YOUNG afternoon. .
I :M. Norman Sunday 4' l !
Wyman motored to Gainesville Chairman Bradford County Re- south of here late today. The bones I ,

I Thursday and spent the day. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Epperson and publican Executive Committee. were found near the"spot where I j I I- Writ* for arfi ulan.IIenkora BoX OO-*>MaconC&. '
.children Betty and Ray. Jr., of the barge sank In the storm. A1 .!f ,1 : 't

Mrs. George Anderson of Law- Jacksonville were the guests Sun- It. __ six: : months old infant lost at the ,1 ,

tey, visited her mother Mrs. W. J:. :day of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. Births same time has not (been found CENT A WORD

I Epperson Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Clark Law- since.. Steam Pressing Company Phone 52 r 1 ; ;

Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Sweezy visited tey; daughter, Feb. 25th. Lakeland-Tb 'lives ,of.Mr. and COLUMN
and Mrs. Chas. .McCorm- DRY CLEANERS '
Mr. and W. H.. Noegel Starke f : ;
Mrs. Sweezy's brother Mr. J.: 'C. John and Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Fate Giles and their five children .' ,
ack, Mr. Uglow
Turnipseed in McIntosh Sunday. Chaa..F. Ward visited friends and daughter Feb. 27th. were saved by error today Suits Pressed 25c Cleaned and PreRJet50c '
and Mrs. Alton Moody 'h !
Mr. when the dynamite stick which was J PECAN; -Curtis Paper Shell Pecans i t

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones <* .relatives in Jacksonville Wednes- Starke son, Feb. 25th. attached to the electric hot plateon lOc per pound. R. F. Demo- Huts Cleaned and Ulorkixl. i._Frank Thuman. Prop.f' l : :
.
day. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Dennison tf.
Giles prepared rest.
Gainesville were guests Wednesday which Mrs. .

of Mr. and'Mrs. A. M. Darby. '! Friends of Rev. L. W. Klckliter, Hampton, son Feb.S 28th. breakfast failed to explode. Authorities : ,"::..,' ':: ._:. .:.. '- .- n' :_ ', .:' ::. .. -.. -. ., ii: il!i
said the wires on the affair Porto ,
FOR
SALEImproved
who is spending a while at the Confederate ''r;
Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Young of Veteran's Home In Jacksonville TRAIN SCHEDULE were connected erroneously. Giles Rico draws now ready to plant,

Jacksonville were the guests Sunday for treatment, will be glad found the stick of dynamite after' at $1.00 per thousand. N. D. BIFF! BAM! BOW!

of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Canova. IB.know that he is Improving. .No. 11, southbound local 11:33a. : the meal was finished. There was Wainwrlght It* 'I;

m. no clue to the mystery. --

Mrs. J. M. Brownlee Mrs. J.: E. JKJss Mona Alderman teacher of No. 107, southbound limited 10:- GRAFTING-Now is the time to We Are Going to Sell

Witoon and CoL W.T. Weeks were music at the F. S. W. C. in Tallahassee 47 a. .m. Miami-J. 'B. McCarthy had no graft pecans, and to set blueber- ,

visitors In Jacksonville Thursday. was the guest of her parents Ifs 9, southbound limited 11:00 more than replaced his pistol aftera ryplants. See R. F. Demorestfor

,Mr. and Mra.: G. W. Aldermanfor I p. jm.ISo.. holdup than the steel doors of prices. tf. 218 size 21 Jewel Hamilton Watches .
Mrs. Ida SmaUwood who has 191, southbound limited 12-: prison clanged shut upon him for
the week-end. reduced from _.. ._ ___ $65.00 to t '
___ $22.50
been vlrttlng her sister Mrs. J.: H. 11 a. ;in. the rest of his natural life. McCarthy SEEDS ARRIVING WEEKLY at '

Lord, left Monday for Chicago. HI. No. 12, northbound local 3:11: p. 18, stole two automobiles White's, such as beans corn, '
1 IS size 21 Jewel Illinois Railroad
I m. and commited two holdups. He was peas, velvet beans peanuts, chu-

Mrs. (!. 8. Vining of Stockton fie 108, northbound limited 5.2: arrested the following morning- fas mellon, cukea squash, pepper grade $55.00 reduced to ____ u __ ___ $19.75

Ga., Is the guest of her eon and p. m. The same morning be appeared in tomatoes, okra, etc. 3-24-St. ;
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. LD.Vlning No. 192 northbound limited 4:39a. court, pleaded guilty to armed rob- 112 size 21 Jewel South Bend, reduced '{

m. bery charges; and received e'!sentence TAKEN UP-Sow. marked two from ___ _..____.. ______ $4940 to'$15jOO 1
of life imprisonment and under bit
spilt* upper right
Mr. awl-Mrs. W. S. Clark visited I Wannee break I ear, left ear one split under bit. 25 Ladles and Gents Wrist Watches {
of those
I
Mrs. dork's parents Mr. and Mrs. i I No. 101. out 7 a. m. once-in-a-life MlamlThlsone time stories.' Traffic Owner can secure hog by payingfor Retail value $22JO going now ___- $8.00 '
R- It. Fulilvan at Tberessa last No. 102 in at 2:40: p. m. climbed adv and expense of keeping.A. .

SundayRev T. J. Griffin Agent down Policeman from this Pete traffic Logan tower and] V. Varnes, Starke. It* All 7 Jewel Watches Elgin and t,

i'I recited a long harangue to a motorist Waltham will be sold at-each ____ $7.50''
id Stith and of Malta
Mrs. M. C. Closing traffic turning FOR SALE-About 2 tons clean
who tangled by
children Suud-w of Jacksonville spent I Sooth the wrong direction In a one- dry chicken manure f. o. b. Poultry All Watch Bracelets white gold filled,

nth Mr and Mrs. H. L. Train No. 107, letters 10:20: a. m way street When he stopped for Farm, Kingsley Lake: some Value $330 going at-each $1.00 ,l t..
Bunchat _
Brownlee.Mr. Meet the I II 11 months old R. I. R. hens for now ___ ,
Train No. 11, parcel post, 11 a breath, the motorist drew from his t ts,
I I m. a much used note book and breeding fine stock. Geo. F Normandy Chime retail
pocket Clocks 21.00
t. Mrs. O. W. Mozo and the Mueller. 2-28-2t
North and wrote: "X,am deaf and
son the C< <;e, of Jacksonville were j SHAMROCKafter Train No. 12, parcel post 2:50: p pencil dumb. Will you please whit what Now-each .. '.n.. ._ __ _.. $8.00
gueFrIday of Mr. and Mrs.
:
ES.. J, you are. saying?" FOR SALE --Thoroughbred Ma Novelties
: tthews. m.Train Notions Bridge Gifts at half price
the No. 108. letters 5 p. m. hood Rhode Island setting eggs ,
or ,
Mrs. game Night malls close at 6 p. m. Tituaville Advantages of a from chickens direct from Ma 4.;: '

virttlnp- *T w.sister Klncald Mrs.who O.has I Beas-been party and see Starke ft Bell Branch scientific education were highly hood's special mattnge, ala On account of the high rent we are
:Vail closes, 7:00: a. m. Ed Wright negro, until booking' orders for White Leghorn '
ley, praised by d
left Saturday for her home in going to sell our entire stock at ,f
BITS Mail arrives 2:40: p. m. he was tucked away on the chain and Red Baby Chicks. LimIted
Cattletsburg. how far TWO '
K.V. chicken prices never heard of before. The
gang, with the rest of the amount custom hatchingRed

Mr. and Mrs. G. 'V. Alderman I will goSkmrock Blue Bun Scheduled thieves. Squawks annoyed Ed In and Rock fryers 23o per Ib owner, L. L. Fletcher, says sell and ,.

and Miss Mona Alderman attended ,I Dally, effective Jan. 1, 1932. his profession of roost robber so J. Maurice Edwards. 2-S-tf I am going to sell regardless of cost. '
services I Northbound 6-03: a. m., 9:19: a he conceived the bright idea of
at the F'rst: Baptist church *+t+ae4H 1:59\ 4:59 m., 8:19: the chickens unconsciousby JUST of' ;
b1 Gainesville Sfiday.Ir. I ru.. P. m, : p. p rendering RECEIVED Shipment 'id ;
m. burning sulphur Iff their coops.It all varieties seed beans and corn 1 1S I IYYi

and '.. I Southbound-9-34: a, m., 12:34: p worked fine for many months. also full line garden seed. These: REX JEWELRY CO.
Mrs. f. W. Paige 'Jr.: Grill
and little son, l"'ny. of Jackson :'n", 4:34: p. m.. 7:34: p: m., 12.SO: \ "ut finally police became suspicious are all northern grown seed and

ville of Ed's inexhaustible supply are new stock. Seeds are cheaper -
"'t tte: rk-end with Mr, I I nx G. Lewis Manager.I .
and MT7.. H. f truth.' : I Opposite Postoffice Tickets and Information at f chicken They put Ed away than for past twenty years
I imith's Service Station next tr from sulphur and chickens for five Get our prices before buying

M1 \ ; Strut I IL courthouse. I JQOD'!!v ,>n the county chain gang.j'kv Brownlee Bros., Starke. 1-22-tf -_.'_ .: ttt .,::.: .:-.n .' :_ .' :' '
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Florida Can Grow And the Worst is Yet to Come- HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES ,

<*, FARM NEWS SECTION Grazing Crops For 4 WRUF FARM PROGRAM t

,,, ;; Hogs Every Month Weekly from Home Demonstration "Th Voice of Florida

? "; Specialist: Tallahassee

', Conducted By Florida hog farmers can have -=-= . -.-....
" .:=-= .1
:
i, { from one to six grazing crops --
"i II, growing every month in the year, % II College of Agriculture apeclalitt:
{ L. T. DYER, County Agent not only protecting the pigs from TIMELY HINTS FOR will speak to Florida farmer lit

: MISS PEARL JORDAN Home DemcmstraUon Agent worms but greatly lowering"the AN ECONOMICAL DIET noon each day next week, and hag

fattening cost, according to J. Lee I 6 to 6:30: Friday night, March *.
Smith, district extension agent, :- Your body needs food to build It; the monthly 4-U club program wa

; ///ATI'S FOR MARCH SPRAY WITH BORDEAUX who recently outlined some of the 1 .:o- to keep it In running order, and to be broadcast from state radio it\*.
' MIXTURE TO CONTROL resist tlon WRUF, the Florida
, GIVEN crops to plant.At help disease. Milk does more Agrlcm.
J FARM JOBS BLIGHT OF CUCUMBERS this time, he suggested the -- for the body than any other food, aural Extension Service has ...

N BY SPECIALISTS hogs may be turned on green fieldsof and does it more cheaply. One- nounced. Union and Bradford

"'\ -' Cucumber blight can best be rye, oats, vetch, or Austrian fourth of each dollar should be county club girls will have chirp
,':- Farm work gets into full swing controlled with bor- peas. These crops will produce spent for milk. It safeguards the of the 4-H program. The noo .
by spraying
\ a on moat Florida farms during grazing until about April and then 'z--- o.- low cost diet for children and ad- day programs will come from 13 u
Weber
deaux mixture, Dr. G. F. -
[/"+ .,. :March. College of Agriculture associate plant nays pathologist at produce a crop of grain or manure. ults. It Is the best all-round body 12:45: Eastern Standard Time, ai
ppeclallsta offer the following hints the Florida Experiment Station. About 60 pounds per acre of nitrate Q.- building food. Every child should follows:

about doing many of the important Satisfactory results have been ob- of soda or sulphate of am- have one and one-half pints to one Sat., Mar 5--Florida Pans!

Jobs: tained many times with this spray, monia applied now will producemore quart a day, and each adult should News and' Hints. Farm Edltorui
; a'' Brood Sow to farrow in March grazing and grain. have one pint a day. Snapshots.Mon. .
but It must be prepared and used
7 and April should be cleaned, put' properly.Dr. Cat-tail millet and sorghum u.wwaNu A tall can of unsweetened eva-' ., Mar. 7--Cover Cropi fw

on worm-free around: and supplied Weber says that the first planted in March will be ready for ?Viat(+ t'I porated milk with an equal amountof Truck Lands-W. T Nettles. Fee
with of nutritious feed;;oats and should water Is tors Affecting Profits from
plenty i spraying should be applied wben grazing about April as good for children as Cucua.
pi(, rye, and rape are excellent. Feed the second leaves have formed and last through July. Then If cowpeas T one quart of pasteurized milk. ber Growing-D. E. Tlmmona.

, ;' some aborts, and a small amountof should be repeated every week or squash are planted in April Evaporated milk may be used In Tues., Mar. 8-The Relation oft

fish meal or tankage. therafter as long as the disease Is they should supply grazing from soups, desserts, cocoa and to drink. Cover Crop to Citrus Insect Dam
r Poudtry Start with quality prevalent. Bordeaux mixture of about the middle of May until the There are many ways to serve age-J. R. Watson. Farm Questioa

,I chicks and provide suitable quarters 'he 2-4-50 formula should be used. middle of August. About the same milk for every need. The follow- Box:
t' for them. Clean and scrub time I March and April Wed., Mar. 9-Padms
Prepare it as follows: ((1)) dissolve plantings ing recipes from the Dairymen's to Bent
1 F brooder houses 2 pounds of copper sulfate in 23 of early corn, Spanish peanuts, League Cooperative Associationwill tlfy Home Grounds-Harold Mow.

' ,)' Field and I'ture.-Plant pas- gallons of water; ((2)) dissolve 4 cowpeas, or soybeans may be used. serve approximately six persons ry. Primer for Town Farmer

ture crops'for May and June graz pounds of lime in 25 gallons of ,Watermelons and truck crops that : _. Thurs., Mar. 10 Expcrlmenti
ing. Pearl or cattail millet plant water: ((3)) pour the sulfate solu- cannot be marketed can also be 3 f Mixed--- -vegetable- soup with Pasture GrassesJeo.: fc

' 6 f j L r ed now means increased grazing 40 tion and the lime solution Into a grazed. A plot of early corn planted = Ingredients: 4 tablespoonfuls I Ritchey. Spuds Johnson Visits UK

'I % to 60 days later. Get seed corn third container, pouring both at the close to the feeding lot, and cut butter, 1-3 cupful carrots, (diced), County Agent.
' I ready. March Is corn planting time !same! time and agitating them well. and fed while green can be used 1-3 cupful turnips (diced), 1-2 cup Fri., Mar. 11-Orange Ruts aid

i '"' : in West Florida. Plant lespedeza Use wooden containers. just before the corn and peanut ful celery (cut fine), 1-2 teaspoonful -I Double Blossom of Blackberries-

' and carpet grass for pasture. fields are ready for grazing.For salt, 1 small onion (sliced), 1 Erdman West. Strawberry Vane

Dairy.-Check records carefully. fall and winter grazing crops cupful water, 1 1-2 cupfuls potato ties for Florida-Dr. A. N. Brooka

l Give low producing cows feeds low SUGGESTS A GOOD there are corn, runner peanuts, and .4Nil.. (diced), and 1 quart milk. --.

; In protein, fatten and sell to butcher FARM PROGRAM TO velvet beans, which should be lhl'\.rH'o" Melt butter In saucepan, add The best Indication of natural
"
ADOPT THIS YEAR ',planted about March and April, and ; "" _. !1 vegetables (except potatoes) and tenderness In meat Is 'marbling"*

Cotton.-Plant at the rate of one grazed from September on. Sweet -- u. cook gently five minutes, stirring the distribution of particles of fit
bushel acre during the latter and chufas about through the lean.
per potatoes planted constantly Add water, potatoesand
tJ (By Spuds Johnson.) than cabbage white. Florida cabbage
,
of this month. Use at least Kohl-rabl has from one to three
half June should be for
July
or ready salt cook
a until tender
; slowly ,
1 What to do In times like these?
being tender
green'and and times
200 pounds of a complete fertilizer grazing about November and as much phosphorus, cal- add one-half cupful more water If Try our toasted sandwiches gn
4 avoid fields That question Is rather hard for a sweet, lend themselves easily to cium, and how far
per acre. If possible should last through April. protein, as have beets To the 23c will go at Shiunnxi
? farmer business either to the dish necessary cooking vege-
to reduce or man "Cole slaw", which people and carrots. It GrilL
that were In cotton last year, also also has a high it
t answer. 'Like the poor.benlghted Florida hog growers are blessed with Scotch blood, know is iron content. tables add the milk, bring to the

; i weevil infestation. Fertilize Hindu, do the best klndoo." Is what fortunate in that they can have "aye a Kali Slaw'", though AnglicIzed boiling point and serve hot
Grove and Orchard. ((8)) Rape
some But what Is the best permanent pasture for grazing Chocolate Egg Nog
fed.i say. to "cole" Cabbage, well
fruits not already Rape, or
dedlduous Portuguese
throughout a larger part of the cabbage, Use 1 1 to 2
do? egg, tablespoonfuls
we can known to the
Saxons has
early
,
Citrus: Continue fertilizing young having deeply lobed green leaves
banks. Cultivate to I' Some farmers, farm women, year throughout the ages, been popular and small chocolate syrup, 3,4 cupful milk,
trees. Remove
yellow flowers Is used in
These pasture and grazing crops and a few drops of vanilla.
business men and bankers met with with both the'Scotch and
down weeds and or Irrigate the Irish. the tender
keep grass very young, stage for
and should be supplemented with COmmon Beat egg slightly, add chocolate
our county agents district the
6 64c Today cabbage Is the
or both. Begin planting greens when the flowers
enough protein feeds to furnish the begin to milk and vanilla.Beat well
agents recently and formulated head of nine green-leaf syrup, ,
cover crops in non-bearing groves. vegetablesof show a little yellow. It ia cooked '
balanced ration. Mr. Smith
hogs a strain and
Spray In bloom for scab, using 3-3- what we thought was a good pro- recommended similar food value. in boiling water about thirty minutes serve.Anna I'
supplementing corn __ Mae Slkes.
for farmers of the to
gram county ((2)) Collard h'
C t 60 bordeaux plus 1 percent oil ors Crated coconut or tomato
follow this While It Is with cowpeas, peanuts, or such
year. es- Lowly In its origin, the cabbagewas
1-40 lime-sulphur. Fight aphids, feeds fish meal catsup make a good seasoning. I curled .
pecially adapted to a central or as tankage, or are good varieties.
for rust mites. Peach once "colwart" or collard, ahickleaf
and watch
Kale
t ((9)) (Borecole
)
kimmilk. Nine of
yf northwest Florida county, It doubtless pounds corn Cabbage Production In Florida
d ra. and Plum: Spray again with lead usually non-heading, va- Kale ia a variety of growth
arsenate to control curcullo could be used as a basis for to one pound Of tankage or fish riety growing on one stalk. cabbage with cut and open The average annual productionof 11oat'. .L.i I.. ...., fx sal .rhos.bat
; ,1 formulating similar program for meal would furnish a balanced ra- (3) Chinese curled leaves head cabbage in Florida is in ,_ ,ap.bM ...Sad. radon
Cabbage Pe-tnal
Pecan Turn under win- ( ) and
fG (worm) : a South Florida county. tion. This Is popular with the foreign pop- value $1,208,333 according to the ...........-JI" atTL.
cabbage made of
and all diseased white
ter ulation
crover crop in large cities New York
'id i It material to assist In the control ofaca.band The things we declde-1 to do as close-growing stems with green and Chicago. It marketing bureau of the state de- .....Ie.... In __ ..... .a.r
Fertilize. far as possible, were as follows: NO BOBTAIL SERVICE HERE leaves. There are two typesonea would bring a partment of agriculture. In 1930- .....roar...........--.......
r shuckworm. Endeavor to have a year-round good market, probably in those citIes 1931 season, the production value qvttelr rawed .... lkTO.. IN>!,.
t, Garden and Truck.-Spray cucumbers compact, balanced head, the other if
in .
with 4-4-00 bordeaux to garden, consisting of at least three One egg and poultry cooperative a close, non-heading growth. earlier.shipped Scotch March or April or was $1,310,000. ......... -

1 ; control downy mildew and nailhead root crops, three leafy crops, and last year handled for its California The centers are very tender and curled and greenDon't '11'. rapra..a ...... EPENDUU

spot, respectively. Spray onions three pod vegetables. Plant some members, thirty million dollars may be used for raw salads. Improved To control the pecan shuckworm, STOCK Flag INSUBAnCB; : CO*
fruit trees and vines, such as pears, worth of eggs alone. For its WashIngton > Pekin burn or plow under all husks, PANICS.
w with tobacco extract and soap for Celery variety Is the Get Up NightsMake
g thrlpa. Care for seedbed and make Scuppernongs, bunch grapes, Jap- members it handled $14- latest development in headed mummled outs, etc., Experiment .... M 1dP IwHARQLD

G additional plantings of tomatoes,, anese persimmons, pecans, etc. 000,000 worth and for its Oregon Chinese Cabbage. This 2Sc Teat Station pecan specialists advise.

t fi eggplants, and peppers. Plant Produce the food and feed need- members, $3,000,000, worth. This ((4)) CauliflowerCauliflower Use the bladder laxer. Drive out The burning may be done anytime, C. WALLINSURANCE
w' ed for home and farm consumption. Is the Pacific Egg Producers Co- but if one ia plowing them, under
?f beans, cantaloupes, watermelons, and broccoli are impurities and excessive acids
?+ Establish a pasture for workatock, operative, Inc., known to the tradeas about the the job Is best done the first of
which irritation
: cucumbers, sweet corn, cauliflower,, only flowers used as cause that resultsIn
calves, etc. PEP. In New York City it March when most of the shuck-
iel kale, and kohlrabi. Transplant to- vegetables. Cauliflower is considered leg pains, backache, burning and
d Sow Crotalarla or other legumesfor give its members a modern, efficient worms are pupating. STAKKE. FLORIDA
matoes, eggplants and peppers. a cabbage, but Is milder in getting up night. BU-KETS, the
soil Improvement.Use marketing service, which Includes -
4er Plant dahlia tubers flavor and possibly more easily digested bladder laxer, containing buchu

1 Whatley's Prolific or other constant Information as to than the common cabbage.It Juniper oil, etc., works on the blad- -....- -- ---- ... __ ....4
( k FINE JERSEY BULL good,. pure seed corn. Fumigate the kind of product and the proper has a high water-holding ca- I der pleasantly, and effectively as
corn to control weevils. packaging and to best
y j GIVEN STATE SCIIOOL handling pacity. It Is a good source of cal. castor oil on the bowels. Get a
y
Plant Cayana for meet the market needs. In the
FOR DEAF AND BLIND sugarcane cium, having nearly twice as muchas 25c box ((5 grain size) from your ?
higher yields with the some effort. producing area It baa a research s
r -- any other vegetables, except druggist. After four days, if not
Space peanuts close for service forms and
of
larger studying uses
broccoli.
The Florida School for the Deaf relieved of getting up nights go
and Blind has recently received a yields. Its product that help In keeping a back and You
((5) Broccoli get your money. are
Raise worm-free pigs and grow a balance between supply and de-
fine young Jersey bull, a gift from succession of grazing crops for mand. Broccoli is a winter vegetable in bound to feel better after this Pyorrhea

the Florida Experiment Station at them and put them on the early Florida. It looks a little like the cleansing and you get your regular
+ Gainesville. When be matures, the market. Cauliflower, but Is more hardy, sleep. Locally at Mitchell's Drug

a44 k bull will herd.be used to head school's Raise a crop of calves each year. CABBAGE-FLORIDA FOOD and of greener color. It contains Store.- --- Claims Another VictimFair

t' dairy Improve cattle and hogs by using "The time 'has .. the Walrus probably more vitamin A than
:" + The bull, Florida Glades Matador purebred bulls and boars. a me, cauliflower: but otherwise is similarIn

was born August |2, 1931, His said composition. Select when young a
rr dam, Majesty's Lassie Sue, in 10 To talk of many things, and tender.
I h' months produced 7,330 pounds of Of shoes and ships and sealingwax To preserve
ORANGE COUNTY BOY in cooking the attractive r ..1jJ C,
:,: anti milk and 307.23 pounds'butterfat. WINS '(-11 POULTRY texture and flower of the J
His sire Is Pebble Hill Matador, JUDGING CONTEST Of cabbages and kings." broccol, arrange with "heads up"In

:, : i :Junior herd sire at the Experiment a vessel. Steam in salted water f.
; Station. Cabbages, oranges, tomatoes for' a few minutes with vessel opento I ar"r
j Tom Lamb, Orange County 4-H three of the world's !
& ? This young aristocrat of the animal greatest pro- preserve the green color. Cook Y
club boy, was recently announced tective foods to latest II ,
Fts kingdom was presented to the according re- until tender. Season\: with butteror a FalseShe
; 1 winner of the state 4-H club poultry search--abound In Florida In win-
S school for the deaf and blind, by bacon fat or with a combinationof
Y
cI: the Florida Experiment Station. judging contest and a free tripto ter, while other sections of the butter and bacon.
the National Club Congress in United States receive our shipments -
I''ORCED TO COOPERATE Chicago this fall. The trip was or live from tin cans. ((6)) Brussels Sprout

k RESULTS PHENOMENAL given by the Volusla County Fair .Thrice blessed are Florldians-sup- Brussels sprouts i Is a variety of

-- Association to the high scoring individual plied with enough and to spare of cabbage having blistered leaves. was beautiful-or would have been if it hadn't

t i ; Eight years ago southern California In the contest. these three foods which stand at The with stem of the plant is covered Bleaches been for her teeth. THEY WERE FALSE'\ A neg

1 avocado growers formed a Seven teams of three members :the top of the list in the possessionof small heads of cabbage which Quickly lected case of pyorrhea had ruined her teeth-her
} marketing cooperative, the Calavo each, competed. A team from Lake I food factors which keep the human form the edible portion of the SkinsDull
; Muddy looks. Had she consulted her dentist in time had
plant, and which are more delicateIn ,
1'' d Growers' Cooperative Association. County placed first. The Orange body well and, at the same
eta V Ifci? using "Calavo" aa the trade name county team was second, one from I time, supply attractive, palatable flavor than the cauliflower or ,ordinary appearances vanishas her teeth thoroughly cleaned and the tarter removed -

c |i# for their product In all their advertising. AI.i.chulcounty came third and a :food. Self-cheating are the Flor- cabbage. It Is used as cabbage in blemishes and defective featuresare THEN used Riggs Medicated Tooth Powder
l& Volusla team fourth. Idlana the menu. It contains more vit- forgotten under the lure of the her teeth might have been
5f Since that date the county placed I who with a bountiful supply saved-her attractiveness
h r'' members have netted $1,441,224, Each member in the content had of tender green cabbages, and a amin A than the'white leaves of dered.bewitching Beneficial beauty In instantly correcting ren- preserved for years. Riggs: is not only a pre-

from their crops of this fruit to judge four Barred Rocks four state full of every variety of the common cabbage.Kohl-rabl tan,flabbiness, freckles, wrinkles.GOURAUD ., ventative of pyorrhea, but a pleasant cleanser as!
((7)
i! y which at that time was little White Wyandottes, four Rhode juciest oranges In the nation during well. You'll like it.
known In comparison with oranges, Island Reds, and four White Leg- the entire winter season, who Kohl-robi-or turnip cabbage: has *
i k horns. Tom was the high scoring satisfy themselves with saurkraul the stem or"buJb, the edible portionof ,
prunes, etc. In 1931 the cooperative OR1ENT4L ------ -.
handled than Judge for all four breeds and also of synthetic orange drinks. the plant largely above the I tab .
more half as pUuiir In mwrllm' t. T.. that I I h. .
; much aa In the preceding sevenyeai'll submitted the best record book. Florida CabbageDo ground.[ The smaller bulbs are less CREAM .......... a "..pl.1e .... .f a ..ry. ... a... .f pr.rrbaa T M.
The next best Judge, and the one Imow Florida tough and fibrous than the larger I ......... 4ntlt
combined. The 1700 memo you your Cab- WHIM, n..Ji **.* R.ek.l ....... ra.ns ttimt ..h. x.pc'f. ....
.. bers now have 2,000 groves and expect who will\ make the trip If Tom Is bage Florida grows quickly a ones.. ........ Ik.* t>r..raM .f wklck, h.. Mrs .h.ck.... (
l ;h to market 15,000,000 pounds unable to do so, was Marcus Williams green, tender, sweet cabbage, shipsit k -.- - Sad I.".....rltlB.* .1. .ISIS..'nl.I.IU J with vltkm cor .n. ta ,..... .mahattoa
la 1933, or about 100 times what Lake county. fresh (never canned) and sup- -. nay Mlldtallra wto-

a u, they marketed in 1924. Special effort The winners were announced by plies the market with a productrich T..r. T.TT. t'I ir.
was necessary to make the Norman R. Mehrhaf poultry spe- In the natural food factors Strawberry Plants of QualityWe '
W. O. .
;:, j; { eating public acquainted with this cialist with the Florida Agricultural which make It the balanced pro- THATCHER.For

food so the formation of a cooperative Extension Service, after he tective food Dr. McCollum calls the have fine River Bottom grown berry plants "\t
to supply an advertising fund and 4-H club leaders had selected edible green leaf. Cabbage, green,
state certified and fine
; } wall forced on the grower at the them. has a higher "protective" value as grown. Missionary Im- COOD
outset. Results have been a rather ----- --- --- - proved Klondike, 1000, $2.25; 5000 $11; 10,000, TEETH INSURANCE"

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brilliant demonstration of what a -- $20. Blakemore. new and fine very productive Use

1' cooperative can do.. You'll never know how gooda earlier than Missionary or Klondike twice aa. pro

;? 6; Have you had any funerals lit cigar can be until you ductive. 1000 $3; 5000, $13; 10,000 $25. Buy your
,
+ { bulls your community boars, or roosters lately ?for scrub have smoked a .r plants through my agents, Brownlee Bros., Starke 'RIGGSMedicated

.ati w; G. W. Roberts, l..awtey. If you can't see one of
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:t. } Keep the water container In the WAS 8t them order direct but be sure to buy our quality
1 poultry bouse above the floor to
1 prevent contamination with litter. \ Now plants. Catalog free for asking. We can ship Tooth PowderSold

any day now you want plants.

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ID.\V. MARCH 4, 1932 BRADFORD COUNTY TKIJCflRAPn. STARKER FLORinA PAGE S JIt VF.N 1 l

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tale; end when he was set, his dis- run, concerning them which are and Is confident that the amount CO"1II111810.tlII'I: : HALIQ MAMTRH'SJ: HALM

ciples came unto him: asleep, that ye sorrow not even as I will be raised. The churches are Hereby notice !I. riven that under Notice. la hereby. given. that und" t
2. And he opened his mouth, others which have Thes. and by virtue of that certain. decreernadn and by virtue' of a final decree. of i
no hope. thoroughly organized: and are preparing and entered on February 16th forecloetira and
and taught them saying 4:13.: I for sacrificial giving to save A. 1>. 1511 hy the Hon A. V. Long, the 'ab'.d.;: : Z. Adklna.rj'.dt: 1?

3. Blessed are poor In spirit: 2. What is set forth as the basisof the home. Friends of the churchare Judge Circuit Pro. Ilao.of Vice Florida of the, In 11th and Judicial for- of the. Circuit Circuit of Court Florida e>f the In tkth and Judicial for-

for they shall be comforted. hope and comfort T 'For If we I also preparing to do their bit Bradford county In Chancery In Bradford county In Chancery dated
5. Blessed are they which do believe that that certain' partition .ult wherein February 11th, that certain
Jesus died and
and rose the director and
TIT word it i ant unto my feet ana a light nnla my path.-Ptala 119:105. department Joseph. Fl.] Wilson *a liquidator for cau** therein mI.ln: pending be-
hunger and thirst after rlgteoua- again even so them also which officials are looking forward with the Bradford County Bank, a corpop.ntlon twerp the Federal Land Hank of Co 1

t nf3ltnun. AH religious teaching, doctrine or ness: for they shall be filed. sleep In Jesus will God. bring with every confidence to a great ingathering Crawford. la et complainant..1.d..l.nd.nle.,: and ,Zary the and lumbla Mattl, plaintiff Harry,and his O.wife W,, at Barry al., f

Jr Q-,WIIr creed, U they are to have any claim 7. Blessed are the merciful: for Him. Verse 14. on March 6." underalgned will\ cell! to the highest. defendant, the undersigned wh,

?hon the love loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with they shall obtain mercy. Griffin has urged all churchesto end boar bidder for cash In front of waa therein appointed aa special
3. When will thin resurrectionof the South door of the court house of master. In Chancery to execute thesame
the Christ whose words fit into
fold and crevice
Jis of Jesus 8. Blessed
teaching every are the pure In heart: report their offerings promptlyto Bradford In
saints take ? "For this county Btarke, Florida, will on Monday, the 4th day I
f the human heart, and of whom it was laid in John 7:46 "NEVER MAN for they shall see God. the place Dr. C. M. Brittain treasurer at on Monday, the 4th day of April, A. of April 1931 during the legal. hoursof I
rAKE LIKE THIS MAN" 9. Blessed we say unto you by the word of i D. 103J. during the legal. hour ofaale sale, before the court house door ; >
are the peacemakers: Jacksonville so that the results the following described land In Btarke.
Lord that which are alive r'orlda. sell to the highest I
the we
Pastor of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to usa this de- for they shall be called the childrenof may be learned at an early date. lying and being In said Bradford and test:; bidder; for cash, the 'I
of church activities organization mid announcents. God. and remain unto the coming of the County, Florida. to-wlt: following described landa situated. ,
tment for news I : Lord shall not prevent (iw..ne*<..) Wof NWi2 and SEU of BWt being In Bradford county-
Space freely given and no charge made-the only requirement 10. Blessed are they which are PRESBYTERIAN end. NWot\ RH ut section I a, Florida, to-wlt:
that such Items reach this office: before Wednesday morning for them which are asleep. For' the Township South, Ran*" II Fast jn* cannot be handled for current Issue. : persecuted righteousness" sake; Lord Himself shall descend from J. M. rmoWNI quarter nf Pee 10, Twp. 7, '
,...wise they 1 for theirs Is the kingdom of beau Services Sunday March 6, as follows N. H. WA1NW1UUHT South, Hang II East; '
I heaven with a shout, with the voice : J. M. ALVAREZ. (1) Southwest quarter of Houth.west .
en. of the Archangel and with the 1.1.6!-1.1. (Oommlilon quarter of Sec. 11 Twp. 7 Houth '
two miles over a dusty, country 11. Blessed are ye. when men 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. Hang I* Beat!
SUNDAY SCHOOL 'I road. No servant was provided to shall revile and trump of God: and the dead in Truby supt NOT1CH TO DFIITOHS AND (3) Northeast. quarter of Southeast .
you, persecute you Christ shall rise first." Verses 15 IUCDI'rOM" quarter Northwest quarter ot .
LESSON wash their feet and as no one of and shall say all manner of evil 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon Notice I I" hereby Riven that all Southeast quarter itouthwest quar

t the offered: to do the credltora, leRatea, distributee and ler of Southeast quarter Northeast ,
by pastor.
voluntarily against for sake. 16.What I
group you falsely my will then take place nil p.r.ona hnvlnn claim. against quarter of Southwest quarter, and ,;
It for the others, they all sat downto 12. Rejoice and be exceeding and remain 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor. the estate ot William O. Fnroyth. Southeast quarter. of Routhwent
alive -
"Then we which are a'' deceaaed, are hereby required to quarter all In Sec.. II, Twp. 7
What Does It Mean to be Mouth
FOR MARCH e, 1932 eat as they were. Then came glad: for great Is your reward in shall be caught up with themIn Topic present their. claim. duly authenticated Hang 10 Bast, Containing In aggregate

Jesus' example of humble service." heaven: for so persecuted they the to meet the Lord In Christian Leader, Miss Lolselle to the. lion. Ueo. A. Gardiner ISO acres.,
.
the clouds .
county Judge of Bradford .u" with the anpurtenancea. Said sal to
Subject: Jesus Washes Ills DIs- "He rlseth from supper, and laid prophets which were before you. the air: and so shall we ever be Turner. ty. Florida I for hi* approval within lie mad pursuant to said decree to
Feet. aside his and took a Prayer: Father, give us the spirit 17. 7:30: p. m. Evening worship song on. yar from dab hereof, or this satisfy the same. .and Costa. .
ples garments; with the Lord. Verse. notice will ba held In bar thereto. B. K. PBRKVMAN
Golden Text: "The Son of man towel and girded himself. After of Thy Son the living Christ S. With what are we to com- and sermon. and all pereon indebted to said "..- A. Special' Master In Chancery ?
not to be ministered unto buto Give us a spirit of meekness and "Wheretore Prayer meeting Wednesday eve- tate are relented to pay their said LAYTON *" DRAT, $k
ame that he poureth water Into a bacon, fort one another at 7:30 o'clock. debt. forthwith to the undersignedadmin Solicitors for Complainant.'
and to his life a humility that we may follow In these ning : I liit rator.
minister, give to wash the comfort one another with (Onliiesvtlle Florida..
and disciples'
for Matt. 20:28.: began the footsteps of the blessed Master. Note.-The hopeof Eight young people have recently This Ith day of January, 1111. I-..6\.1 ,
many.
ansom feet and to wipe them with the words. Verse 18. united with our church on confession J, A. KATUKM*.
Lesson Text: John 1311.: Remember the Sabbatsh Day to resurrection from the dead to I-l-St-9-4 AdministratorKJOTICH
towel wherewith he was girded." a of their faith. It Is inspiring N01'1,11, DIBBTOHIttlKDITOIIK .\Nn ,
It 208. Go to
Keep Holy-Exodus :
Time of Lesson, is thus given by a life Immortal is the great hope
Here Christ laid aside his Royaltyas church Sunday. in these, days to see young people TO APPHAItTt '
"The auointlng by Mary, '
eloubet- set forth in the gospel. .'
Son of God and became a servant taking this Important step. appearing from affidavit attach. Notice Is .hereby given that allcrvdltois r
A. D. 30. The Christ ; : i
1 did
aturday, April -- -- 6. Concerning what "d to the bill nf cnmplnlnt fllod In. 1'gatees, distributee and ,
-lumphal entry, Sunday, April 2. In the humblest occupation. | DAILY BIBLE THOUGHTS tell us not to marvel "Marvel not I A cordial invitation to all our this court wherein Frank M. Marley nil persons hiving' .' '+ .
to all. I".. filed for : : :r.aJ: ,
services extended suit divorce againstWardl.
toward the estnl ot Kverett hna, -
Mon- and service our in
of the temple, Humility hour Is coming,
he cleansing at this: for the I Marlovt thHt reililnnue--- nrUrena deceased are hereby reiiitlred to '. .
ly, April 3. Controversy and fellow people are the surest evIdences March 4 the which all that are in the graves of Wafdle, Marley h I rtoii- present their. claims duly authenti.cated .
Law of Love-Love worketh no BAPTISTSunday ton, MnnnachuettR, ; that there 1 I. no to the Hu". loo. A. OardUner
caching, Tuesday, April 4. Re- of a Christian life. Never I shall hear His voice and shall come ',arson In the date of Florida, county judge of Hrudfuid coua
Wednesday ill to his neighbor: therefore love done good known to atTlant, apivlee of prnc.s.upon *, Florida for hi.. v ; it
Irement In Bethany, forget that the janjtor of a church forth; they that have school at 10 a. m. A. J. ty approval wltk >
whom would bind the d. ,!
l Bald
last Thurs- 11& the fulfilling of the law.-Romans of life and In one year from date. hereof or tble
pril 5. The supper as bright a crown In unto the resurrection ; Let fendant. '
may wear 13: 10. Thomas Supt. Come early. notice will I.e held In bar thereto, p
6th. of that have done evil unto the 1 It la therefore ordered 1 that the nnd all Indebted to said '
ay April heaven as the greatest pastor March 5 they Joun every teacher be present and on said Ward Marley do appear to the tale are person requested to pay their. aailddebts "-
Place: Bethany and Jerusalem. resurrection of damnation. lesson well bill of rnmplnlnt In snld caime, In
the church. time with the prepared. forthwith to the undersigned
The Friend of Sinners Their
annual Passer : Hlarke, Florida, on or before March .
Introduction: "The "Then cometh he to Simon Peter: scribes and Pharisee murmured 5:28: 29. I Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. i 7th A. D. 1932 .le the allegation administratrix.
This 15th of January 1931.
month of day ,
; feast came In the saith unto him Lord. of aald bill of complaint will betaken
Peter
of and against his disciples, saying Why OR m.Intermediate a.* contemned by her. Tltfll.MA: KLIZAURTH .JO II NIII.
pril. It was an anniversary Post wash my feet? Jesus' answeredand do yet eat and drink with publicansand \ B. Y. P. U. at 6:30.: I It I I. further ordered that thl no. l18tlll. AdministratrixMOTICH ,f

le night when the Israelites went said unto him. What I do thou This new union Is getting well Ilea ba published. one a week forfour tl
ut from their bondage in Egypt. but thou shalt sinners And Jesus answer- A appeal' for the 105,000 of rnnvtcutlv week In Bradford TO nitinTOHS. Ann
strong
knowest not now; started under the leadership County Telegraph published In
that
said unto are
ing, them They the I OIEUITOII"'
be preparation Included the kill- know hereafter. Peter saith unto Baptist church members of Mrs. Darby. Mrs. Thomas would IRrk.. Florida.
lamb and eating the roast- whole need not a physician; but convention to rallyto my hand aa Clerk and Notice |1i hereby. given that. all
of state : I.f'
ng a him Thou shalt never wash my they that are sick. I came not Florida organize and conduct an adult B. th : this' court, this the 4th creditor, legate. distributee a4. r J

d flesh with bitter herbs and un- feet. Jesus answered him If I to call the righteous, but sinners to the support of the Baptist orphanage Y. P. U. if enough of our men and day of February., A, p tftftaO. all persons having claim againstth lttt, h
eavened bread. The night of the thou hast no part at Arcadia and clear off W. Al.nkHlMAN. estate of J. W Andrew Hr., deceased
wash thee not repentence.-Luke S: 30-32. women would attend. (Official Seal) Clerk of the are hereby ...qu..t.\; to ..
pr
,
xodus was the night the destroy- with me. Simon Peter saith unto the debt of 45,000 on Ingathering Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Prayer and II Circuit Court. sent. their claims to the. .....noDI.n.o. '

Dr angel went through Egypt him. Lord not my feet only but March 0 Day. Sunday, March 6, was voiced praise service. H.Solicitor K. PERRYMAN for Complainant A. Gardiner, county 'Judge of

awing over the homes were the also my hands and my head. Jesus The Untamed Tongue He that here today by Dr. J. H. Griffin lo- l-t-5t.-4.\ approval Bradford within County one Florida year from' for date Ills i

loud of the slain lamb waa sprin- saith to him he that Is washed keepeth his mouth keepeth his life: cal pastor, and director of the Special Tallahassee-Building permit Issued hereof or this notice will b* held In 1
but he that openeth wide his lips Dr. Griffin NO'I'U'IJ or" ariiriAi MAHTHH' liar thereto and all persona Indebtedto
kled the door posts. It was a his feet campaign.
on needeth not save to wash orphanage by state hotel commission HAIRFtiriunnt said estate ar. required to pay

deliverance, or redemption as Itwere. but is clean every whit." Peter was shall have destruction.-Prov. 13: has spent the past eight weeks during January totaled $79,440 to decree of the. circuit their said debt Administrator.This forthwith. to the uaderslgned t4d'

through blood. Jesus observed usually the first to speak and to 3. traveling throughout the state ad- worth of new 'construction In hotels court.made and Bradford entered on County the 10th Florida.dy ot Ith day of January, A. O. d
the Passover alongwith his assert his opinions. He had March 7' dressing ralllies of the various associations tlu.
own apartments and restaurants February 1831. by the Hon. A. V. J. W ANDHHWB, Jr. p
fellow countrymen during his min however a quality which we all If Ye Obey-If ye will obey my within the state convention throughout state. I.nnkr, Judge pro hap vice. In that l-l-tt-3-4 Administrator NjFT!

Istry. On the occasion of this particular need-when he saw his error he voice Indeed, and keep my covenant preaching! in many churches caua, wherein a corporation Ilalril. Harctw.In complainant Company -, : t

: Passover the night beforethe was willing and ready to confess It -then ye shall be a peculiar treas- and Interviewing hundreds of lay Largo-Work of widening state and r> Witt O. Jon** et al, are' d.- NOTICR ion PVDLIC-'TION r,

crucifixion, he and the disciplesat and change to the right way. ure unto me above all people: for leaders and congregational officers road No. 19 opposslte Seminole ores fendanta of foreclosure the same being I aa Special.a final M.I. .l..-- Serial No. 01.!*..

the regular Passover meal, thenhe The disciples did then not under- all the earth Is mine; and ye shall with the object in view of raisingthe Point site where Veterans HomeIs ... will offer fur eale and sell at Department ot the interior Uen.

Instituted a new memorial, the stand the meaning of Christ's actions be unto me a kingdom of priests entire amount on March 6. to be located will start Immed- public heat outcry bidder for, cash In front to the hlKhvstand of the eral Land, January Office 10, 111.at Oalneavllle.florlda i '.

Lord's supper, which was to be observed in washing their feet. So and holy nation.-Exodus 19: S, During the last week before the iately. I'+, South Door of the Court House In Notice Is. hereby given. that Henry ; 4 t r
Or""., of tIItnr..-.. f'I-,ld. who, enb'lnber '
the Town of Stark. Bradford
to the end of time In memory the followers of Christ now often 6. Ingathering Sunday Dr. Griffin Is Florida, at the legal hour of county sal* ( IT. I4IH nf ,I. 110m..,... "' I, i,

of his sufferings and death for fail to see their duty, but by work. March 8 conducting a "follow-up" campaign SPECIAL MASriCII'll SALE on the 7th day of March A. D. 111. entry NO. 0115for Southeast jiinr.ter ""i'i' : "

our spiritual redemption. It was Ing and accepting in faith "thou A sure Dwelling Place-Trust in In certain of the associations where Hereby. notice l la given that under the wlti following described property' to- s Township of Southeast* Houth quarter Itangs, tt N.rtl.a Ram. '; 11f

during this observance of the Passover shalt known hereafter." the Lord, and do good so shalt he Is making new contacts and fur- and bjr. virtue of that certain final Lota Six and Eight of Block Twen ;Tallahassee Meridian has filed. ne- 'li,1,, t'i

feast that the foot-washing Incident Christ also explained to his disciples thou dwell In the land and verily the of the orphan- decree on Feb. 5th 19S1 br: Hon. A. Original I Town of Btarke tine of Intention to rut. 1' yearproof land ;..'.' ,, .
thering cause Z. Adklns Jtidg of circuit CourtIn : :3In'rf: to Map: of Plat thereof i to establish. claliu to the ; '
occurred., In Jesus' time the that serving our fellowmen thou shalt be fed.-Psalm 33: 3. Griffin Is greatly encouragedover and for Bradford County Florida. recorded In Deed Book "N" page above d".I""". before Cleric (Mr., t '
age. certain foreclosure of mortgage cult court, at "Htarke' Florid, on th* ; .
In that
7611 .f the records of Bradford i'
of Palestine either went him. "He said unto them. March 9 of the Ingathering public "
people is serving the prospects cult wherein James. B Kite a* county, Florida) lllh day of March 111 -
barefooted or wore sandals. In noises Know ye what I have done to you? Mercy Assured-He that eover- stating that the more than Executor of led. estate of Klliha. And .also a certain atrip of land Claimant name. a. witnesses. : : :!

were the feet covered as they Ye call me Master and Lord: and I eth his sins shall not prosper; but 700 congregations in the state association John Kit, A. c Kb, ::1dJt l .!I.. .complainant t at.,1 are defendants and twenty-two East .and Went and a on.part half of feet the West wide John Ah.lt..n D. Starling Mathews.. of of Lawtey lAwtey..,Fl Fla'*. It'. f ,' f

are in this country. The climate ye say well; for so I am. If I then whoso confesseth and forsaketh are keenly alive to the the undersigned. .. HpeclalMaater half of Ants. Two and Four of Block Mob Cooper of Htarke, Via, '
rin. ,
I Btarke.
was hot and there were no pavements your Lord and Master, have washed them shall have mercy.-Praverbs Importance of raising the fund and of March will A.on D.Monday 1192. the Curingthe 7th day Htarke Nineteen, according of tha Original to plat Town thereof of Asher B Dukes OKOflOH of C. rROM, '{ I t i .

The dust was thick upon your feet; ye also ought to wash 28: 13. are thoroughly organized for the legal. hour. of aale, ail to the recorded In the Public Itecord of l-B-Bt-l-4 BeglsUr.MASTBR' : l ,

the paths and highways. So, upon one another's feet. For I have MW hlO Ingathering Sunday. In appealing highest bidder for caah. In front of Bradford County, Florida, and moa ):
la
the Houth door of the courthouse .particularly. deacrlbed.. follows: ; 1t.
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entering a house, cleansing: the feet given you an example that ye Man's Appeal-O Lord revive to the churches Griffin said today: Btarke, Bradford county Florida, Commencing at the Northeast corner ) SALE I ,
ands
uf ........- coating of dust was as should do as I have done to you." thy work In the midst of the years. "The Baptists of Florida realize and the following being In said described Bradford/ County lying, of: lands Bank conveyed A.Vhl* Bradford by- Hereby notice. Is. given that under 'Ifl'"
County by .
d
f certain
and hy virtue that natural and necessary custom as Jesus suffered temporal death, Habakkuk 3:3.SEVENTH: that their efforts on Sunday, March Florida. to-wlti\ acres In 814 cor- deed dated the twinty-third day of entered by Hon. A. ::1:. Adklns. Judge ea', ;' y
is washing the hands now before a but hIs love and work will never 0, will mean either the saving or ner of SB* of NK\%. and N% of Mouth BBV4\ March 111 and run thence Easttwentytwo of circuit court In and for ftradfnr i )

meal. No doubt persons In their die. Every Christian should help DAY ADVENTISTRegular -r the losing of the orphans home at of Hang Section II Runt 15,; and Town.hlp"1I WM\ of MW'of hall land of J. W.and Morgan one-halt thence fet South. to county certain, Florida foreclosure, In Chancery cause ,wherela In thai '. .I',' i

own homes washed their own feet, keep them alive. Arcadia. It Is Inconceivable that NWU\ and lot Sand Wt of one hundred and flv feet thence Hank: of Utarke, a corporation, iscomplainant
lot 24, and 1>:..t half of lot II I.Woodlawn West twenty-two and one-half feet and M.Inker' Mills ass
especially in the humbler homes, weekly meeting for BIble 105,000: Florida Baptists would let all In Bectlnn 90, 1.1 thence North one hundred and fives, other* are parties; defendant on ... It

but a servant was usually provided WEEKLY SEKMONETTE at Mr. Adam Green's (45,000: stand In the way of saving chip \D South Han urn 82 Mast I feet to point of beginning, direction 1 1SSJ. the undernlirnea special .:' "' I 1 h
study In all HIM acres, more
containing being controlled by line of said lots master{ will I. during the legal hour. I'
to perform this service for guests. home on Wednesday at 7:30: p. m. their children's home which many or I.... To aatlefy aald deores.A. I a. shown by map or plat above referred of sale on Monday the 7tr day 1'1'Iftth }H'of
of labor and sacrifices have 0. CREW to. March 131, In front of the Soiaadoor J '
of the Master of the Just
When Jesus and his disciples came The Words The Resurrection years has Special Master In ChanceryKNIGHT E. K. PKBRTMAN, of the court house In Mtarae.Bradford
Into the upper room the night of (The Beautltudes) 1. Concerning what should we won for them. The director & KNIOIIT Htarke, Fla. Special Master county}, Florida, sell to tk* t \
assurance of .up- Solicitor for Complainant J. T* FRAZEE bidder for rash the following If ; :
I would received highest' 'i "
"But every !
the Passover, they had walked Matthew 5:1. And seeing the not be Ignorant I of churches 2-U-4t... Attorney. for Plaintiff ,.ta."-... land lying and being. In taM 1.a tiBradford I

from Bethany, a distance of about multitudes he went into a moun- not have you to be Ignorant brethi port from hundreds ,__ .. CmtntYFIorIAao-wll. i.i W 1 ::
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= --- -- : ship 1'lIo..th. Knng 10 East! and ..... t '
L. F. Van Zeb lot 4 In Block, II In Northeast. cornerof ,
By
THE MAIN TfTT1'J a ON MAIN STREET HW4 of NISVt" of Hectlon, 15. J 1
Township. 7 South' Rang II Dalit' :
for the purpose of satisfying saU "
eI deor.*. (, )i
I a K' PrORRYMAM, '
rvfiM.The '-- 'i '"
Special) Master In 4hanrery.KNinilT .
'! uu1lJ1t1""Lt' : oMTwss. HER! ?UtIKINVIIIE DAILY BUZZ KNKIIIT.\ ; Htarke' Pie. +
TOME '1NE SPUDS fl ( PUNkMlvull E'a Pict oRCAH Solicitor. for Complainant. '}
tAD'HJ' !4twSPIOI'tR u l-9-tt-l-i. .
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Out! ADVeg45.aG RARE.. ,(
-- NOTICB Of MAHTRIfS BAMJ :
API! II'MOIiA8l Eg
"1I't>!o C1$ "IHNiJl 10 PEA 4:; Notice I I" hereby. given that under to',' I'
Lint, '(ASH 1nM' oRDER I S DlT ft, and by virtue of that certain final ''f' ? !
NO PMTA'f AT ANY PIIIC: // DLMRLSIK TONSORIAL YARLOR6 dorr** of foreclosure mad January. .
lath' A, "
DOTN RtSCUED 'r \ ouR env awe s sai t rPgr Adklna, r.d'I'tb. ; loln4bJdtla i j "
CCMtf
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rtal-o 1 S ORP Circuit In and for Bradford county .
RORBACKS UTCNER eJIIOP I .
tLMERattt1 OAn TIMER Florida, In that certain cause wherein J
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IMHE OUR E VOUR HEATING PLACE ANYTHING, .C the City of Htarke, a municipal ,
aWl! J/IWIftC) B1 Ico.po..tlon.. la complainant and Tto*. .
.f ., Hertha MnWal, .
.t MoWntn and '
\, C11 I Ilobert MoW",'... f .
GDEN Tuua4mE, 1 hi wife, joined by "
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friend .
/ I her husband and next ar .
OAt!!. FAQ \\O'f!! I / defendants, the undersigned .. seeda rj.I j.
"", I' "INAT GEQGI.OoJ" ) 1 ,. master. will sell for cash. I. }? / ,
!!o C R ( II 11 the highest and best bidder at Ik. '
!!ROle E N noun; 11 1 Ff front door of the court house, laHtark C,1;,,
hFR / II *, Bradford county, Florida* r.r.I I
L ,PEC'HCDCIT'1'oi0'INt : 'rah s w..ew > II A lIt1111 on the of March, A.
I e /
r'1"3.ru 1I'7\"I\;
rlunlt GEORGE /c s 1q I>. legal hour..1
HME''" RUS.ptiTOHEA + i \ ... ale, for purpose of satisfying to" .
: lt't..c
: c't.
iSCUL, said 1 ';. and the amount*
SIIeu'd'1It Y therein contained. the following !e.arib.d I ;
V) AIiI IN&..011IIUItIo4 real estate. lying. and being .. 'if ',1<
In lit..,..., Bradford county, FlorfBa \.
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'Nj 1; EAR tt a f fwe YMtE4NI to-wlt tot: Five (I). Six (*) and *....*. Ii}it." ;

tr Tb,toRsa w, R t G+ (7> In Block Sixteen' (It) In I.UIng- ,
I nollrb .ton-Truhy and Company'. artUlllea ..: ;
to tb. town, of orf-grn., :<1 :
. -- D. E, KNIGHT, : '
Special Mater i .., '
A. n.' CREWS: I ;
Charles "McMamu Bolloltor for 'fl '
By I
Complainant.I u
DOROTTTY) fT' ..-B *I*. &

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nOTiCE Or MAiTER-a IALENotlc ,. \\ .
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vs/oULD YOU LIKE WOULD EflJO YOu DET LET IT I* hereby. given that tinder j"
HER
WELL and by virtue flf that. certain final ; .
h TO MAKE, pIG I ? 1 wlt.t. \ \ \ Rn 1d decree of foreclosure made January \ \\..1)') '
I WITH '"1 LAMP AND \ \ lath A. D. .I> A. X.Adklns '
HIT M Y d'"U'fbh":0: Smith JudicialCircuit wf'
/1 1 SISTER ? SHADE \ \ In and for Bradford county 'tJ
I b Florida, In that. certain' cause wherein 1'i (\
the city of Btark a municipal! # l
WISH I HAD corporation I* oomDlalnant and R. J. !Yf(
Davla, Mrs. (I. M. Inman. Joined ;' ,. Jt..
by her friend O. I i iaf. i"-
:
cld-'dn..t ;
Inman are ., the undersigned
a. special, master! will '!! .t l'
sell for cash to the highest and t
best bidder la front of lh. front '
door of the court house In Stark .
I \ Bradford county, Florida, on Monday (',
t the 7th d. March A. D. ':.ffi
\ 131. during the r.1II..1. hours of sale' ,""
for the purpose of satisfying said S
final decree and the amounte there t ,
In contained t. the following described !
real estate, lying and being' In i t i' j!

to-wlt Dtarke:, Bradford county Florida i( .. I

Lots One ((1), Two (!) and Three < ."y:'..
(I) of Block Seventeen (Ii> In l.lv- '.Y',
Ingston-Truby and Company. Addition .1!; ,.. .
to th* Town of Htark. J I tt'I: ,. t
D. K. KNIOHT. -
Special' M""r- I r,
A. HL CREWS iff.,
Solicitor tot CompUlnaot. ,\
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PAGE EiGHT ______ ____ ___BBADFOKD_ _COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAUKE FLORIDA __ ___ _____ _____ ___n .__ FRIDAY MARCH-- 4. 193Z
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-..-. -. -... .-.* word their bond. MacclennyPress. Politicil;! ) Announcements FOR 5flEnrp
-I To- the Democratic voters or
Bradford County Telegraph ford County: : nr' .

i j From Ot.h. Pens | -p Late I hereby announce my cILndld,.
for sheriff of thla
Established 1877 Heroes and Depression roil STATE BNATOn the action of the voters county at, "ubjeci the
ftCfoo In to the suggestion of
-.- --p The few great depressions that { many r.soon.friends. and believing that I lag Democratic primary eicti05 COli>'

Second Class have come to business are a test b can b. of valuable sorvlca to ths promisinglf. elected a faithful, ho0:
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Gaspariila Day In Tampa Is usually WI ufsihSKrchr people of this .patorlal district, eat, and efficient performance of tho
duties of
not of our.business but of Indlvl- said office. Your .
of Union and Bradford vol
Office at Starke Florida celebrated with a lot of Sar- composed and
Post Is
; Matter at the ) dual.. Men who have seemed big By counties, I hereby announce myself support respectfully solicited
snparllla.-Starke Telegraph. And all a candidate for state senator, LAUlUCliJ C. CLEMONS
who did spend your time during times of depression or panic ,., Fiend Pie.. Auociutioa subject to tha. will of the Democratic
just you
E. S. Matthews .. __ _u__ .._.__ __ -_ Owner and? Publisher Dade how themselves in their frantic voters at the primary election on I hereby announce .
with? We did not meet.-
June 7. 1932 I am In favor of and
: J. C. Robinson __ ..._ _. __ ___________ Managing Editor City Banner. and irrational actions, to be funda- I know It ain't your fault and be- will work for tax reduction and In for Ida sheriff and respectfully of Bradtord solicit County.Tin!.
mental cowards. On the other to a reduction of the expense or i'tinning and wiu
sides you got plenty worry appreciate your support at the
o *
have the state {government; I slsofavor Jut,,
land business who
RATE Florida Times-Union writer ays men about as it Is, but just the sameyou're and will work for the k'rtmary. W. 3.
SUBSCRIPTION seemed Insignificant become towers utrangthenlng of the state banking; EPPERSON'
and a Human
there are 46 lakes on state high a regular guy law. to protect depositors. and to -

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance way between Palatka and Starke. of strength because of the way Being and right now I'm takln' make. their liability to loan muon t hereby. announce my
of they take defeat. When the ship to tell that there's a more remote. I will ever be alert for sheriff of Bradford candldu,
Instead time out
Rates ApplicationPay Must be a waterway a you county, lub.
Advertising on for and on the rlirht Bide of any
I. of to action of
ject
highway. Wauchula. Advocate.It's sinking the men sterling flock of Orphan kids up in Jacksonville other measures. which I bell.ve to primary June 7th the I,voters at th.
>een ,
a "dry" highway. my life and
ple and the protection of their right
your poll tax. financial crash most of the cowards me and a few other folks, to SEE and property. Your vote and sup I have hands never of the asked for an office at the

a He took a peck of apples, be mixed have absconded or blown I 'EM THROUGH.-You may think If port 1 will elected be highly appreciated, and promise the citizens voters. of If the elected county I
am your confidence In !
them In the sink their brains out. Yet the small you are gettin' a tough break, but me will never be violated. efficient law enforcement, without
Buy what you can at business man sees everything he Respect fu II). showing partiality. Your support
home.o With raisins and wood alcohol- you know bein' an ORPHAN ain't Lake and vote will be appreciated I
Butter Fla J. M. MANN. M. D.
,1 be made himself a drink; owns swept away and before the exactly a picnic. Marcus Fagg, OSCAR ANDP.EU

Ex's popular in this country. He drank It and when finished all echo of the crash dies away he God Bless him, Is doln!! a wonderful To Fifteenth the Democratic Senatorial Voters District of the -
are '
FOR :
. be wanted was some rest la planning to build again. The job Daddyin' those kiddies, and Many of the voters. both Bradfordand IIEPKKSK.NTATM
o route of life has him Union counties, which comprisethe I respectfully announce my can
the hillside represented Is In
Now he's sleeping on all he's askLn.1 us to do chip a dtdacy for Representative of Brad
Just why did they name a dam after Hoover? with a lily on his chest.-The falsely; the crisis has prove him buck or two now and then to help me, above prior to senatorial the death district of Senator, tinted ford County subject to the will or

Arabian. a hero.-The Office Cat. The Johns, to enter the race for the the Democratic. voters of the romlnir
food and clothes.
!i -0Let's him buy Democratic nomination as senatorIn primary election June 7 1932 K m
:. Bradford county. o I a Children's Home Society of Florida the coming primary election to nominated and elected i will dll
build the canal through TheGentle Doom institution that ,deserves be held In June, 19.1t. I now take Igrently faithfully and fearlessly do
Is ONE
Calling a spade a spade Is ,one this method of making* my formal everything. that I can that will help
. o (Dade City Banner) : your support. I knok how painful It announcement. for this Important the majority of the cltlsens. of Brad
of and out of sight. thing; calling a liar a liar Is something W. W, Taylor has been check these office. I ask each and every voterto ford County and the Stake' of \Flor
Cars with the old tag are out style else At least we may inferas I showing Is to write out a days oarefullv. consider my candidacy; ida. Will attempt and aid In placlni
his friends some pictures of Caltornia but LISTEN, after it's In the malls If I am the nomine I pledge efficient the state on a business basis. I will
0- much from editor's to
reply
an service. to the sincerely. appreciate your ,
people support
and
It's
orange groves-with snow and know where goln
afford of hIs Fords. an inquiring subscriber who asked: you Henpectfully Q. M. INMAN.
Henry says tnost anyone can one new "When positive that a fellow Is covering the ground beneath the what for boy, it makes you LIKE 'Lake Duller, Fin. HAL Y. MAINES ....---

py Is it trees. This brings to mind the YOURSELF, and you just kind of I take this method of announcing

, All the mud-slinging is not done by candidates for office. persistently call him a lying.liar?'' To permissibleto which the tory of the California Rotary feel like If you was a cat you'dPURR. 15th To'the Senatorial Democraticelectors District. of Florida.of the resenatlve.my. candidacy. I favor for the reduction iiirii-o of of HI ml.; .

editor but be peaker, as told by Irvin S. Cobb. So write out a check for I respectfully solicit your support arles and taxes and rigid economy
-0 replied, "Perhaps The speaker made a great hit by whatever can, I'm counthV on for nomination In the June primaryas I Hlonir all lines of our state work.
sure you are right, then use the you your state senator for said district Should I be honored with the. nomination .
1 Most of the candidates have settled down to watchful telephone.-Inverness Chronicle. knocking the climate of Florida, you, and I told Marcus to go which embraces the counties. of and afterward election I

but a few minutes later he had the ahead and order his groceries and Union and Bradford promtte to the best of my ability,
waiting. -o-- T11ELMA, JOHN'S. huiivBt and faithful sui'vice.
: Californians aqurmlng in their quit worrytn,' that I knew you T. B. PINHOLSTEn.MIOMKUH .
i3 r o And there Is the guy with his eats when he referred to the effects folks would back him up. .ltl'PEIUN'J'ENDIDNT; 01"" BUIOOLS

Wrong numbers never bother boarders at the state first' radio who returned it to the of the depression in that JL Through the solicitation of manyof SChOOL nOAHD-Dlst 1
dealer because he couldn't get my friend and my desire to again I take this method of
any- state. Finally the chairman brokeIn about lie announuni
And while we're talking your school superintendent I de- my candidacy for member of school
prison. thing but static, crooners and tooth on the speech by saying that in kids, let me tell you a little secret.They're sirs to announce myself as.a candidate board from School District No. I,
o paste.-Starke Telegraph. And if for this position subject to the subject to the will of the Democratlo .
the great state of where
California
just about the best tonic June primary. If nominated and
voters In the coming
T should sing in less than nine feet we were conceited we would suggest elected I promise a faithful peiformam primary
Bath tub singers never every food needed for the sustenance for buldin' up a broken down adult June 7. 1933 If nominated and
of
that he get his Static only the duties of this office. .
elected I to work
promise for
of man was provided by nature to find but Your votes lh
i of water. that Its possible you are solicited and will best Interest of all the schools of
But still
from the Banner.
we in great abundance and where be highly appreciated. Your respec
have to know when and how to Bradford county and I earnestly so.
r o suggest he forget the Crooners and fully. H. B. WIQQIN3.
he health-giving rays of a semitropical take 'em.Next licit your vote and support.

Honestly, did you ever see so many friendly, handshaking get his toothpaste from our adver- sun solved the problem of hereby announce myself a can. Respectfully-, O. H. BENNETT
didate for le-olerHon. to the office of
.Isers.-Dade City Banner.
folks? clothing' and shelter, It was considered time you get to feelin' low Superintendent. Public Instructionof I respectfully announce th'Lt I ..

-i- a ,Juat' >a.bit out of form to and your little world Is all cluttered Bradford County. Your vote and a candidate for member. of the sdionl
0- support will l>o appreciated. .
board, district No. 1 comprising
-- There are laws enough to make say that there Is a depression. The up with bill collectors, frozen pectfully., A. J. QRIFFI3 log precincts one and two), suhjort,
Static is the final touch needed to make a fellow give up traffic safe If they were only enforced speaker acknowledged the error of I assets and red ink instead of sit- to the action of the Democratic prl.

I recent writer who his statement and said, "Certainly I tin' down and yourself FOR TAT COLLECTORI maryelection to I be held. Jun. 7th.
bed.March worryin'
; ; and go to I says a If elected\ I promise" the ?
cites the following: Iowa's law California ,could not experience a cock-eyed Just slip away from it I succeed hereby, myself announce my Tax candidacy the district( and county the.nr.:1. :
o as Collector
against riding on Sunday ,faster depression but ain't this the gent- all for a few hours and find your- of Bradford county subject to the service of will which be I am ranable. Your
? is usually a windy month, but it's liable to be est boom ?" Democratic primary to be held on support appreciatedA
than a horse can walk; ten days' you ever saw I self a little bright-eyed youngster. yo A NKWSOMMHUDFII .
II June 7th, 1032 I have tried to
( worse this year. notice of automobile trip posted o I They'll TAKE you like Dewey took render you faithful honest and efficient --
Now Is The Time service. during first. term of SChOOL noAnn--I>f.I.1
o along roads to be traversed, In Manila, if you'll give'em a chance. I office as your Tax Collector.my I earnestly 1 hereby. announce my candltlaoy
Tennessee; Lake Forest, 111., ordi- (National News.) Get down on your hands and knees solli-lt your support, and If for re-el..rtlon as member of the

About the most popular reading in newspapers is the help nance requiring that a man on a How much can happen In a day! and rlde'em on your back, let 'em elected attain I shall continue to render elected school board will continue from district to give 2,the and. duties II
you the same service as I haveIn
: ,- wanted column. bicycle must precede each automobile A letter, a telegram a telephone show you how to fly a kite or spina the put of the office I my very host! at
call, announcing death or other CARL A. KNIGHT. tentlon. Your support solicited. nod
M: o -. ; St. Paul ordinance providingthat top and take a whirl at leap- will be appreciated. H. D. MAY
an autolst must stop and help catastrophe can tear us from our frog and Punssy-wanta-a-Corner
Headline asks why auto are short of funds. Probably path and send us down I respectfully. announce. myself a 3iicillElt iHC'nooi! noo\nu-JI.t.1
owners the driver of a horse that appears spinning a to heck with your rheumatism, and candidate for the office. of Tax Collector I hereby. announce myself a candidate

they spent it. frightened.-Inverness Chronicle. !, new byway, before you know It. you'll be all subject to the action of the for member. of the school
/ A word Democratic voters. at the primary of board District No.8. comprieinHampton ,
Bbarp a frown or the
0 -0- happy and snappy and young June 7th, I feel that I am In every Graham Brooker and New
( Over In Leon county one can- utterance of an unsuspected again. way qualified to give the duties of River, subject. to election In tht
end of the state bought, unsets our fortunes, our the office efficient. and competent June primary. I promise to stand
digging canal the didate for the legislature makes
. :; By a across upper service. Pledging* a full and faithful for a fair deal equal rights' to all
island? this statement along with his an- hopes and,gur.Ideals. Childish nonsence, some poor discharge of the duties. of the and partiality tn none.Itespectfuily .
: would it make Florida an nouncement "If the of Leon A moment ago we were In our tell office to the best of my ability I yours,
,,\ : people simple owls call it, but let me solicit and will appreciate your support I J. H. KELLY,
0 county elect me as their representative emotions qf' happiness and love; you this, big boy, a kid won't take In the coming primary

. f, The queen of the tung oil festival will not be selected I will endeavor to get all I now we are sunk ,to the blackest up your time talking' about the Respectfully CARL JOHNS NOTICE Of TAX APPLICATION DEED FOR

i; :: from her ability to out talk her sisters. can for Tallahassee and Leon coun- pits of despair. Depression or the War In China. you ci.Kim op cinci'IT rot n'r Notice Is hereby given. that ColW.
ty. It Is not state taxes that area When we thus reflect; how important ADULT NONSENCE is one of the I hereby announce myself a can. T. Weeks holder. of tax certificate
No. 88, and day of July A I V19U.
o burden to our people, but city .* Is ,the present moment if greatest troubles with the world didate for the office of Clerk of theCircuit has filed. Maid certificate In my
;,1 the will get in all those and taxes. to ware to enjoy life to Its fullest. Court of Hiadfmd: County office and made application for Ion
. About the only way government county What ia It today and If we could blot out subject to the will of the voter at deed to Irsue thereon. In according'

?i old bills will be to offer premium. us if the state wants to spend mon- If We have kindly thoughts to about half of It, we'd be a lot bet- the coming primary June 7th. I amfullVciinBulons with law Said certificate embrace",
now Is the time to of the duties of this the folloi described '
II ey so long as sixty-six other counties express express ter off. Important office anti feel that I am I situated in -Intr Bradford county,property Florida

i -0 pay and most of the money is them.If ably fitted to perform them In nn to-wit:

, '. If you consider the millions dug up in auto license taxes spent in Tallahassee? Our mer- we have energy for achievement And if you haven't a kid or two efficient for an. office manner.In the Never court. having house asked before I North half of Southeast quarter
; of Northeast. Suction I II II
l I j the last sixty days, Floridians are not broke. chants, farmers and other workersare now Is the time to releaseIt. of your own and your credit rating I promise If elected to rive Township B South quarter.Range. :20 East
I If we have worthy emotions in- faithful honest and efficient service The assessment of said.
:..: directly benefitted. don't. Is so low you can't even borrow one Your U tespnctfully srllcHed. property
suppoit
z --- how they' volving others,.now is the time to I under the said certificate Issued wu
care many more people from your neighbor, write Marcus A. J. THOMAS In the name of Julia Uoodwlne
.: Throw a shingle in a pool of water and you have'a political put on the state pay roll if they are liberate them. Fagg at the Chilren'a Home and he Unless said certificate shall i be redeemed

: plank-wet 'Ol one side dry on the other. to live in Leon county. I am opposed Let us live worthily now. In five may be able to fix you up. To Florida the Voteis! of Bradford County I will. Issue according thereon. on to the law 4th tax day dtw of

to cutting salaries paid by minutes the tide of affairs may be I nm a candidate for re-election. April A. D 1932.

t// ." O the state. In reference to city and moving, ua in another direction. "Shame on you" writes an Indig- to the office of Clerk of Circuit I I Dated, this let day of March A. D
t. Court Bradford Countv, Florida and 1932.
., Exchange says too many people prefer playing a harp to county affairs, that Is a different '" nant reader from St. Petersburg earuustly solicit your support and I a W. ALDERMAN,

; i playing safe. Use of a harp by some could be questioned. story. The cost of operating these .To,The Ladles "for saying such awful things I vote promise at the to June render Primary faithful election.. honest Bradford Clerk of County Circuit, Florida.Court.

political subdivisions of the state "(LaJ< 0''
c- comes out of the pockets of the tax O. W. ALDERMAN: :
A Florida that wonderful story in the
gentle rebuke to women for1 Effort being: made to secure repairing
Times change. Communities not wanting some classes of Leon ONLY. "'
county ;
; payers Cosmopolitan. FOR COUNTY JVDOR
not exercising to a greater extent and widening of old stale

; of tourists a few years back are now going after them. Therefore I favor cutting these" expenses their hard won right to vote Is administered Te ford thfl County Democratic. Florida voteraof Brad- road No. 17 between Tampa and
:
___ ___-o to a fair minimum. The by the Citrus County "Oh yeah," and I suppose I I hereby announce, my candidacyto Plant City.
candidate Is at least refreshinglyfrank Chronicle. After reminding the should get red in the face and I succeed myself as county judgeof
If have too much of one thing and short of another I IJtadford county, subjnc" to the .
you In his selfishness. Such an Well if that
apologize. Literary
ladies that reform In of establishing
sweeping politics Democratic primary to be held. Tuesday Key West--Project
commodity try selling your scurplus with an adv, or swap. attitude may elect him to the legIslature was promised when they were Gem was supposed to be FICTION, June 7. 1932 Thin announcement complete system of aids to
and may be good politicsIt then I'm all wet and I'll off in Is made with a feeling. that
h i I O agitating for equal suffrage Edi- go during the years In which i have navigation through Intra coastal
i. will never class him aa a tor Joe Wilson asserts that things a corner and count my beads or served you as county judge., I have waterway from here to Bahla
Times-Union says five goats will buy a wife in Borneo. stat man. Madison Enterprise wear a dunce or something, rendered. faithful honest and efficient -
cap .
have gone farther "askew" since service to all. and at alt timesIn Honda under consldertatlon.it
In this country most wives are satisfied if they can keep one Recorder. that right was granted them. He but if it was presented as FACTS. such ,manner as to justify me a.

u I'm still standin' HITCHED. I see It In submitting my candidacy -
takes the rather
women severelyto
goat. I to you foi your consideration. I
i, ec; w. T. Weeks of Starke. Is task for being negligent In exercising I earnestly solicit your support and DR. tt. W. MARTIVDENTIST

o one of the oldest men In the state. their right to vote once they And since you've brought the If again honored by being elected as

1: St. Petersburg produces a candidate who decided all by and will celebrate his 94th birthday were given the franchise, but subject up again, I got a couple I your render county faithful judge,, honest I shall and continueto efficient

10th. Col.! the to more little harpoons for that alleged service Respectfully. Phone 33 Hours: 0 to 5
; himself to run for office, and not on solicitation. of many anniversary today, grants them power clean up OKO A. UAKDINHB
,
:friends. Weeks i Is older than John D. Rockefeller politics if they would vote their AUTHOR. If you'll read his : : Over Corpening's Drug store

and la much more active anda ful strength for the right sort of masterpiece over again you'll find At !the rnnuest, nf friends, and due .

; .0 whole lot beter looking Col. men in public office. He says: he took his little BLIND girl to I consideration thereof I hereby announce
to the voters of Bradford
Lisbon (Me.) Enterprise reports that women spend half Weeks was engaged In the war be- "When women were granted the dinner at the Royal Palm In Miamiin County. my candidacy fur the office -

tween Texas and Mexico in 1800( right to vote In all electlonlty, spite of the fact that the joint of County Judire to be voted on In
ir their time looking for a husband, and the other half wondering the' June Pilnmry, Being a graduate -
and came back to visit his home in county state and national-we was torn down over a year ago. I|, of L'nlversltv Law Hrhooi and

4 where he is. Bradford county In December of hoard it said on aU sides that this Another marvelous feat he per- ', some 11 years In the practice of lawI FLORIDATHEATRE

that The War broke forms Is gettin' a of the feel fully qualified to serve you as
0- year. Civil move would-clean up politics; that glimpse County Judge It you see fit to

Modern out the following spring and he only the right kind of men wouldbe Hollywood Beach Hotel while driving -, elect me I promise that you shall
youth does not believe in walking a mile. Even have> honest faithful, efficient and
enlisted at once In Co. F 4th FlorIda elected to the various offices; from Hialeah to Miami, and

I a walk from the street curb to the door is considered fa Infantry but was transferred that our schools would function If you think that's bein' done, you I unbiased your service.support and J earnestly vote .\In the solicit GAINESVILLE FLA.

tiguing-unless the auto horn is out of order. to CapL W. H. Cones cavalry and more efficiently than ever before; might try it sometime. Then his primary, June 7th 1932.Respectfully. -

was engaged with the federal that crime would be less rampant, cute crack about all our east coast I 5:. K. PUUHYMAN.VOH Program Week March 3rd
0
forces In .the ,battle jof Olustee and a thousand and one other ar- beaches being mere strips of sand r -

Miami will tax and license all catsfrom petted Persians fighting between McGlrts Creek guments favor of granting women with the exception of Daytona TAX ASSESSOR YMARLENE

to back fence caterwaulers. To avoid discrimination saxophone and Lake City. CoL Weeks says h: the franchise. All of which la don't set so well with a fellow I .hereby for. the announce office of myself Tax Assessorof a candidate .

1; tootwailers should the same tax. aided in throwing up the breastworks tine aa far aa we're concerned but who's driven on equally fine Bradford county, subject. to the DIETRICH
pay located on both sides of the what we'd like to know Is why beaches at Jacksonville Beach and will of the voters. at the coming In
democratic primary election te beheld
t L 0 Little St. Marya River near Mac things in general have gone askew St. Augustine. June 7th. In asking for thisoffice "SIIANGAHI EXPRESS"With

k One candidate, answering the question of how he stood clenny and fought behind them to since the women have been voting. will say that I am thoroughly
familiar with the duties thereof and BROOK
on prohibition replied the drys had the eighteenth amend stay the Federal' advance. We We don't seem to have better men So with your permission Fm promise If elected. to discharge. CUVE

have CoL Weeks' own history of In public office*-In fact moat of gonna pass the buck and duties of said office In an efficientand -
.
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ment and wets had liquor aTid? he had to have votes. this battle and other of his Inter. them are worse than ever before. "Shame on you Cornelius," I still and support courteous will manner.be appreciated.Your vote

: -0 eating experiences during this! Politics continues to be just as cor- Insist that he wins the hand em- LOUIS K. HILL.. SATURDAYCHESTER

Tarpon Spring Leader tells of a sound motion picture 'of great conflict, which we obtainedthrou&h rupt: graftiia apparent on every broidered India Rubber fountain I MORRISIn
hereby
the industry being taken there. In' the meantime if the courtesy of Major hand and the criminal element pen as a writer of Fairy Talea.right for the announce office of myself Assessor a candidate of-
lr sponge Julian Peek of Starke, who took seems to bu taking active charge Taxes of Bradford" County, subjectto

-; you want to know what kind of sound a sponge makes when down the entire talk with CaL of the country."Of kind of the. wishes of the voters to be cxpressed "CORSAIR"MONDAY&TUESDAY
,- men are elected to In the coming Democratic -
-
; caught, step on one in the bathtub. Weeks In shorthand and we will course these conditions are office Politic could and wouldbe primary. If elected. I guarantee all ---- -

publish It at an early date Just aa not attribulAble to the fact that the favors, Information. accommodations -
cleaned
o up if the women would and courtesies. that can be
It was given At this Interview women are allowed the right to' given through that office. Will -
get together and exercise their appreciate NOTRE
Leesburg Ledger says if Howey is elected governor Sunday afternoon was T.C. Car vote and that Is not what were right to vote to the fullest extent." vote and your assistance.serious. consideration, "SPIRIT OF .

I. he will have to cut down some of the political plums because roll of Macclenny. also a veteranof trying to get at The women haves Perhaps! Mr. Wilson la right; N. 1). WAINWRIQHT DAME"

there wouldn't! be! enough Republicans \to/ill all jobs. Plentyof friends the Civil War and these two old much right to vote as men I "politics: could and would be clean- WithLEW'AYERS v
and comrads of the But why Is It that t hereby announce myself a can SAL<'
converts could be found for the causeDclray ; Lost Cause enjoyed we ha"e.j ed up If the women would get together didate for r-e4"otU>n (o- the office of AND
c being togethaand seen any of the things we and .axaccise.their right to '\,'..* Assepop.iDijritg! /! ( th.. _ihr e.1 PLANE
o ,exchanging numerous inci promised would happen the vote to yearsthat I hare been your assessor, .
the fullest extent. _
But
dents of I have tried. hard to give- to the pub -
Beach News suggests that the next session pass long ago Men of the franchise watTgranted. to women? In order that we may all share and lic all that'could"'be expected of m<
type of CoL Weeks and Mr. Car- Our belief is that too few as assessor and In asking for reelection WEDNESDAY"CHIC
women share alike
in
i a law prohibiting any office holder from going to Tallahassee roll are few and far between and our responsibility I promise: "., that If I
are 10'II\h\ *
vitally interested
in public affairs let us. add that the same result am elected again, continue to .SALESIn
;; while the legislative sessions are on. That would make mat- wa regret to say that they are fut ; that not enough of them could be obtained If men were to serve you honestly fearlessly and

ters just too bad for the telegraph operators. passing away-gentlement of the take advantage of the franchise to do the Impartially I will appreciate your
old school same thing-and vote for vote at the coming. primary and general j "TilE EXPERT"
--who consider their, get out and vote and Me that the the right sort of candidates. elections. Hxspectfully,
;JJ.Y.! HAV";:' .


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