Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 11, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01018
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; Population Will : Commissioners CEDAR KEY AS UNDERWATER STORM Who\ May Vote In SPECIAL TERM s

! Passl,650Mark I Hold Session! STRIKES-HARBOR Coming Primary 4 : COURT CLOSED

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System of Numbering About Completed The board of county commissioners Roadbed Washed Requlnlt4 for Paying Poll Tax Passing/ sentences Thursday, 4

by Expert: : -Accurate I met In regular session Mon-. Away and Registration Given by Of- morning upon those found guilty t4

Census Returns gb 4V Jay March 7, 1932 with all main- ficial SD that the voters May during the special term of circuit '',
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. hers present as follows: J. I* Underbill Giineaville' March t.During Know What to Expect" This Yearto t 1 1f 1tt2m held for the past ten days brought ''',' '

r A few more days will see the chairman; J. M. Rosier; Q : the height of the severe midwinter -' be Qualified to Cant a Legal the extra term of court to a close. 'I( f

I completion of the work being done W. Hlnson, J. G. Crews and R. T.I storm of Saturday afternoon Ballot Nine crises were tried and verdicts iA1 r, '?
I Osteen. I. and night, 60 mile an hour south- I of guilty were brought in on six''
L. Waterman in numbering
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11 by and charting: of streets of the Mrs. Wm. Hodges was granted west winds plied the,waters of the Since this year of 1932 will be i of the cases! while three defend4, r,
Mr. Waterman having been |$3.00: for one-.month from the pau Gulf of Mexlco-ffalnst the west an election lear in which not only I ants were 'found, not guilty. Five

( town, for the past several week per allowance,' on account on the coast of Florida and Into Waccassa a national president will be selected cases set for hearing: at this session + !

I engaged work authorization j death of her husband Wm. Hodges Bay to such a height that the har- but almost every office of state I were continued until the regular -

in this counciL upon He to Lake i 1 who was on the pauper roll. bor of Cedar Key was flooded and and county down to< the least Important 41f N rpring term.Sentences I +t .
the city goes Nellie Roberson appeared before the streets of the little city cover- office will be filled, It Is panned! Thursday
has finished here
when he ,
r City the county commissioners for aid ed to a depth of two to three feet,, Important that voters be sure that morning Included( the following
upon request of Postmaster Jacobs, from the pauper fund. She was 'I making necessary the use of boatson : they have the needed qualificationsto canei:

to work on an extension of numbering LLkIJ I granted $5: ,00 for one month only. the main business thoroughfare.Water be permitted to cast a ballot. f ..tDAVID Perry Johns, Newt Johns, John
wider mall de-
there for
.. : a 1 1I Grady Brooks was stricken from was waist deep In some of In order to be a qualified electoror I and Raymond Prescott found '

I livery service. l'j the pauper roll after this month. the stores. ( voter) you must be 21 years ,, guilty of attempt to steal hogs u '
Probably the outstanding Hannah Robinson widow of The flood tide reached inland of age. You must have lived In the were each sentenced to two year'

his work here Is the population Miles Robinson, was granted $2.00 along state road No. 13 and estimated county six months and in the state In state prison. Knight and Frase.

figures Mr. Waterman secured in for one month on account of the distance of four miles and one year prior to June 1932. You attorneys for defendants, are preparing *

; his house.to house canvass, where I JOHN W. MARTINMr. death of Miles, whq .was,, on the Saturday night covered the high- must be properly registered on the 8IIOLTZ Beach, an appeal '
" he secured not only the number Martin, who Is a candidatefor pauper roll.Samuel way to a depth of three to four feet registration books in the voting David.Sholta of Daytona Bubber Clark, assault to murder; i :
democratic nom
J of occupants but the names of persons governor, was a visitor to' candidate for the Found of assault
Hampton, Lawtey, was but without doing much damage precinct in which you live, and visitorto guilty
. residing in each house in both Starke Wednesday, looking over ination for governor, was a and sentenced to six[ months. D. M.
I placed on the pauper roll at $2.00 because of rock protection. The have a 1930 and 1931 poll tax paid.If the ,
'i white and colored, sections of the the political situation In Bradford per month. bridge leading to Cedar Key were you became 33 years old dur- Starke Monday, speaking the on court Martin attorney, will appeaL "

" city. Starke Is credited with 1,390 county. He was accompanied by Colonel Crosby, Sampson City, submerged to the tops of the rail ing the year 1929, you will not be Issues of the campaign at :Mamie Barren, assault to mur-

I population by the Federal censusof Mayor J. H. Bayllss of Pensacola.! was placed on the pauper roll.at ings. subject to a 1930 or a 1931 poll. It house at 1 o'clock. der; found guilty of aggravated asSault +

1930 but the figures already 93.00 per month, beginning April 1, I Practically t all, docks were you became 33 years onld during -- and sentenced to one year. ,i ,
compiled by :Mr. Waterman show FORSYTH KAYOES 1932. washed away except the one lead- the year 1930, you would be subjectto TilE ONLY GIRL D. !of. Martin, attorney, will appeal. ,

1,213 whites" and 437 colored a total Sam Nichols was placed back ing to the row,/>f fish houses on a 1931 poll. If you became 63 AT WOMAN'S CLUB Charley Alvarez, grand larceny

I of 1,653, with still a small por- .MURPHY,IN THIRD on the pauper roll at $2.00 per the harbor front. Scores of small years old during 1931, you will be Found guilty as charged and son9'i'r

. tion of east Starke to' complete. --- month.J. boats were either wrecked or subject to both 1930 and 1931 poll. Next Friday night/ March 18th tenced to two years. D. M. Martin N f ,

This[ figure does not represent all Starke Battler Shows Unusual V. :Edwards representing sev- driven up Into"the main street of If you became 21 years old durIng the American Legion Post 68 will attorney, will app;,', -

gain[ since 1030 part of the In- Form to Victor Over Reno eral citizens of the county appeared the city. the year 1931. you will be sub present the ludicrously funny musical Ted Lewis, Indicted! with Charley i If

crease being due to failure of the Fighter before the county commissioners Long stretches of the roadbed i ject to both 1930 and 1931 poll. If comedy In three acts entitled Alvarez for grand( larceny, was 4 '

census enumerators to accurately relative to the trouble they are of the Seaboard Air Line were you became 85 years old during "The Only Girl" with a cast of local sentenced to six months. Lewis

record all families when the federal Gainesville, Mar. 8,--Vasco For- having on account of the nofencela damaged and in some places en- I year 1930, you will not be subject player numbering In all forty had entered pica of guilty at thet +ej ,

census was taken. Final figures syth, "Pride of Bradford" went In- win Alachua county. County tirely destroyed by the high water. to 1830( poll but will be subject to people. Tall term of court and! sentence! had

, from Mr. Waterman will bring the to action against Jimmy[ "Kid" Attorney Floyd Green arranged to Unconfirmed rumors last night 1931 poll. If you became 21 years This promises to be the biggest beon withheld until trial of Al-

present population of Starke Murphy, of Reno, Nevada, and fans take several members of the board were to the effect that a Greek old during the year 1931, you will event in this community. At this varez. d
around 1,675.: were treated to three rounds of and some of the complaining citi- sponge boat from Tarpon Springs not be subject to either 1930 or time five couples! will take the big Theo Padgett, assault to murder !

Mr. Waterman stated Thursday fistio firework, such as seldom zens to meet with the Alachua had been capsized outside Cedar 1931 poll. step into matrimony."The ; found not guilty. ; r

I that the citizens: of the town are seen in the local ring. Forsyth, county board of county commissioners Key harbor with nine men aboard. "Quotation from Attorney Gen Only Girl" ID a story of four Qeorgo Neal, murder; found not T

almost unanimous in their desire with his left working in,; perfect as soon as possible to seek This news wen brought to eral's ruling dated. July 18th, bachelors who are not woman! bates guilty. l
I for a city delivery service and with time, dtopped Murphy no less than relief.A Gainesville, shortly before 11 1929)). No exemption from the but woman avolders. But ro- I Everett: Crews, assault to mar +,

the numbering system now com- four times in the three hectic representative from Drew & o'clock by Carl Stapleton who had payment of a poll tax is given to mance creeps in and many comicaland der; found not guilty.

pleted they are in line for this classof rounds, with the fighter grimly Co., appeared before the commis- motored to Cedar. Key late Sun-I World! War veterans or Sponlah- funny situation develop to : Arthur Barren, embezzlement ,,
service. In fact Mr. Waterman coming back for more 'and slug- sioners to sak about rebinding day afternoon to I visit relatives, American War veterans, unless keep the crowd In an uproar from and grand larceny; found not ,,4 ,

stated, practcally an opposition to ging it out with the Starke bat- some of the oldest records. The unaware of what had happened as they were actually disabled "in" start to finish as each in turn be- guilty of grand larceny but guilty pe'"'

a free mail delivery for Starke has tler. There was as much action matter was laid over indefinitely.A a result of the storm. :Mr. Stapleton the war, In the army or navy ser comes the victim to the charms of ot embezzlement was sentenced to '1
come from the postofflce personnel, crammed In the three rounds as 1111 communication was read fromJ. !added' that aJJVwtr; communication vice. The fact that the veteran' Is the one and only girl." two years D. M., l>Martin attorney i

where he Wall informed the peopledid generally seen in a, dozen fights. H. Roundtree, general director both telephone'and telegraph previously disabled does not entitle A high spot of the entertainmentwill I will appeal. i

not want the delivery. To counteract The fight elided in the third with of the United States Good Roads was down. him to this exemption which is be "The Wedding of the Painted I

this Mr. Waterman statedhis Murphy down and In distress. Association inviting the board of covered by Section 910, compiled Doll," enacted by eighteen of IIOMB DEMONSTRATION ,

records show 42 residents of the Johnnv Minardi stopped the battle, commissioners to attend the 20th SEVEN JAILED FOR general laws of 1927. In case the the younger set dressed In appro- DEPARTMENT RENDER

town who are dependent upon ethers raising Forsyth' glove in token of annual convention of same. AIDING CARLTON'S veterans has lost a limb or has priate and beautiful costumes.A PROGRAM OVER WltUF

to call for and deliver their victory. The following reports were re- ESCAPE AT RAIFORD reached the age of 53 years, he 1* big beauty chorus of our local I +

maiL The first round saw the pair ceived and ordered filed: Home entitled to an exemption from poll belles, beautifully costumed will Listeners In were delighted with

Mayor Wallis anxious to secure jump eagerly from their corners. demonstration agent, county Judge tax, regardless of whether or not be seen and heard In a number of the program which was broadcast fi
this additional service for Starke Murphy clipped Forsyth with three and jail inspector. Cross City, March 4.-Officers he was injured in the war. The songs and dances including, "Smile over WRUF from 6 to 6:30: last f I

and upon completion of Mr. Water vicious left hooks and sent him There being no further business and dogs from the state prison veteran is also entitled to an ex- Darn You Smile" and "The Story- Friday afternoon by the Horn
farm at Raiford assisted Dixie
by "
man's work will take steps to down to the canvas, the first time the board was adjourned until the emption from payment of a poll book Ball. Demonstration Department of r
bring the desire of the citizens of the Starke fighter had been first Monday in April, A. D. 1932, county sheriff forces have been tax If he Is an officer or enlistedman All In all, "The Only Girl" Is the Bradford! and Union counties. ?

the town to notice of the postof knocked down, and then it was a that being the regular time for I conducting a two days man hunt in of the Florida National Guard, outstanding event of the season. The speeches were made by +

flce department. this, he will combination of blow and slip. For- meeting. I the Suwannee river swamps near whether ho is disabled or not See Everyone's presence Is requested. members of Bradford county and '.1 ,:
Ft. Fannin for Everett Carlton
be seconded by Congressman syth came up without a count G. W. Alderman, Clerk. section 2070, compiled general he music, under the direction of
Green who Is wiling to do all he keeping his record of 111 fights who escaped from the prison farm laws. REGISTRATION BOOKS Mrs. H. Lee of Lake Butler, was

can for his home town. The vol- without being knocked down for BA1RD HARDWARE' at Ralford late'Sunday afternoon, The tax collector has) nothing to OPEN IN PRECINCTSThe rendered! by members) of Union ,i
It Is stated!, in a visitors) automobile '
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ume of business done by the Starke the count unsullied. Forsyth caught do with the registration books .of i county.
office entitles citizens to a twice :Murphy full on the button with a : TO OPEN BRANCH In company with a young the county, except to furnish the registration books are now Following radio program all

dally service, regardless of the left uppercut and the Irishman! I woman.It registration officer with duplicatesof i open in the following places of assembled at Gloss Drug Store, i'

population figures and this Is the went down for the count of nine. I Work will be started this week 'U stated that Sunday, Mrs. every poll tax written, togetherwith business and will be open In the where refreshments were served.
i Ada Parker, Mrs AnnIe Keen, BUI districts to and including April 4. Mrs. :Ella Strickland and Sheriff
service that will be sought for lIe came up to slug it out. completely remodeling and renovating a type written list showingthe u
Starke. The second; round saw the pairat the hardware store occu- I Dave Ward and Teet Slaughter, all number of.poll tax, name of District No. 1, Lawtey-Geo. W. 3ranner of Lake Butler accom- y+g
of Cross City, visited, ,Carlton at and number of voting district Roberta. tanled the party from Union coun '
Mr. Waterman will file his keyto it again on even terms. Fighting pied for many years by the DeWittC. payer
No. 2 Starke (North)-
system house numbering with I furiously; Murphy rushed Forsyth.I Jones Company, and as soon as the prison and permission was District ty.
the city clerk and this record is but the Starke boy swung his left this work is finished a new line of given for him to take a ride with Paul E. Canova. )
I District No. 3 Stark (South- CAPT. W. E. BROWN
the ,
the party. On ride they picked -
open to anyone who cares to inspect In perfect time.and sent Murphyto hardware and farming supplies MRS. RETTIE PADGETT t t
It, In eome instances streets the canvas, the bell saving him will be stocked by the Baird Hardware up Miss Vial Hodges of near DIES AT SANDERSON J. W. Morgan. B. -- W.'E.
Starke, a friend of Calton and returned District No.4, Graham-C. Funeral services for Capt.
have been renamed and every from a knockout.The Company of Gainesville. The x'
to the farm. All In the Roberta. Drown, for many years agriculurnl ;
street. now bears ita name on each third round saw the crowdIn new store will continue under the Funeral services for Mrs. Kettle V. a
J. State
party with the exception of Calton ; District No. 8, Hampton- manager of the Florida :
corner. Apparently one of the a frenzy as the pair slugged it name of the Bradford Hardware Padgett, 37, widow of the late Na- I died Tuesday I'?
and the decided to Jones. Prison, who ( early
greatest needs of Starko at present from one corner of the ring to Company and will be in charge of visit the Hodges deer farm woman located on the than Padgett, who died at her District No. 6, Theressa-Mrs. J. morning In a Jacksonville hospitalwere
time Is rental houses, the the other. Murphy again went Mr. Jim Carlisle. home at Sanderson Thursday after
held at 11 o'clock Wednesday
state and while this visit P. Dickinson.[
gestion here being worse down for the count of five. He :Mr\ Carlisle is an experienced made Calton noon :March 3rd. following a brief District No. 7, New Rlvor-M. L. morning from the Main Street Baptist -
was being
any town he has worked in. con-I came up !and' again went down for hardware man, having been with with the made his Illness, was held at 3 o'clock Fri- Johns. church, Jacksonville.The .

families have moved to the count of three. lIe was up Baird Hardware Co., for many They encountered woman automobile escape. day afternoon at the grave in Sapp District No. 8, Brooker-Mis* i services were conducted by j ,, 4 r
since started hU threw wicked and previous to that time Ralford. Arrangements -
Mr. Waterman again and Forsyth years, trouble enroute and were forced to cemetery near Eunice Hazen. the Rev. Thomas Hanaen assistedby
work and In many instances fam- I rights and lefts as Murphy went was traveling representative!! for were under the direction of office + r1
remain In the brush near Ft. White The books will be open at the the Rev. Mr.' SUth. Active pallbearers tti
lies at their tha hurricane of blows. the S. B. Hubbard Company for 23 Beasholo Funeral Parlors.
are merely living pres- down under: until Monday night when they the of the supervisor/ of registta- were Robert Kite, Pr. J. *
ent location until something better. Minardi seeing that Murphy was years. lIe will be transferred from were assisted in ,getting- the car Mrs Padgett was a sister of tlon, Harold C. Wall from 4th to A. Wbltaker, Dr. H. D. MeLendon,
becomes available. Three homesIn unabla to continue the fight raised Dunnellon, where he has bad started and then made their way Shepherd Rosier, employe of the and Including April 30th; locatIonof Henry Cox E. A. Tarratus and J.
Starke listed names hand. charge of a branch store of the Jacksonville Traction Company.She 1
forty-one Forsyth's
to Perry Calton's home, brotherof office I Is 200 Call street, Starke. G. Godwin. Honorary palbearers
with Mr. Waterman as residing The bout was ona of the fastest Beard Company. Mr. Carlisle will Everett, on the Suwannee river, had resided In Baker countyfor Florida. were J. S. BUtch, L. E. Mosley, O. u' .

therein, tie said. In remarking,that and most furious'seen in months, move his family here. near Oldtown, and he has been in the past 19 years and was a H. Rogers, Dr. A. P. Spencer, Dr.
there was need for a building boom. and it saw' Forsyth back in his Mr. C. A. Pound, president of the biding slll'J&.. member of the Baptist church.: STARKE INDE1'ENDENT GIRL J. U Chalker and Judge J. OlUa ',J, t / t':

old fighting form ready to battleto BaIrd Company. Mr Carlisle will ; every officers Prior to her marriage she was Miss TEAM DEITEATS GREEN COVE Edmunds. Interment was in West f- ;,r ..
Late Wednesdays afternoon
finish. I II known to of our citizens, daughter of !oIl', and 1 "
the many Rettie Rosier
<.' i.-i.i-. n. -. n .-. A captured the Hodges womanin Evergreen Cemetery under the direction : (! r
The semi-final was good while it spending part of each summer at Mrs. M. C. Rosier. Starke Independent girl's team of Moulton te: Kyle. Ilt-
\\\VlthTheCandidatea\ | I: lasted. For four rounds Woodrow his[ home on KIngsley Lake, and be the, another swamp brother near Joe and she together Mrs. Padgett Is survived by a defeated the Green Cove cage out- /Captain Brown had been in 111 'n J ,r"'

Chancey of GauiesvlU.,and Indian Is entering business in Starke with with both' Joe and Perry son. Harry Padgett, Sanderson; a fit 41-13: here Monday night. This health for more than a year and : k"'I+
---- Herring of Starke swSpped punches the full thought of becoming a partof Calton were lodged in Dixie county Inter, Mrs. Ruby Yarborough, Rai- wa* the second defeat the Green when he became critically 111 was I : !.;

District office again lead 'In the I on an even basis. In the third the community. I JaiL The woman states that she ford, and two brothers, Ellis Rosier, Cove team received from the taken to a Jacksonville hospital e I"ft '

political announcement column this round Chancey swung a low punch <. saw the officers In time to warn ,with the United States Aviation Starkeltes. Starke will meet Green several weeks ago. He 1* a brothf'':. : ./'

week, with two announcing for of- but Herring continued to fight. In LINDBERGH BABY ISSTILL MISSINGThe Everett and he mad his escape Corps in Hawaii and Theodore Cove here Friday nght er of Capt. H. C Brown of the ))"t t; \

fires of commissioner and member the fourth round Chaney hooked a just before she slat located and he Router Raiford. Independents Lose to Pirate Jacksonville Polic Department. h t k. "
Of school J. left t\J the solar plexus and HerringIn The starke Independent cage born la '
[ board. Three others, \ kid- had only been gone, a few minutes Captain Brown was ;;
;C. Crews and I* L. Conner of com- pain, thought of the foul and llttl Lindbergh baby, when she was taken Into custody. COUNTY 4-11 COUNCIL TO team wa defeated by the Pirates Dooley county. Ga., In 1872 and J fJ j';',
from its home,
'zolanloner's district two, and J. I* called for an examination. napped ten days ago Mrs. Ada Parker 1-lra. Annie MEET!: HAMPTON SATURDAY cage team In the first game of the moved< to Florida In 1807. lIe wall) ''ru I.I" .
'Underhill of district three., have The club physician found he was was still missing late Thursday, no Keen Bill Dave Ward and Teat atate tournament played on the prominent agricultural work In : d
received of Itswhereabouts.
signified of announcing unable to continue and the bout word having been Lee High court in Jacksonville and Alachua counties 'L "
their Intention Coloned Lindbergh Is slaughter were arrested late Sun- Th County 4-f Council will hold Levy, Clay !I :
for the commissioner'srace went to Herring on a fouL Rightfully of recovering his Infant day afternoon and lodged in Union their meeting Saturday in Hampton Thursday night The Pirates com- for a number of yeara. serving In 'if:] f".
shortly.L it should have been declared still hopeful aid 3:30 pletely outclassed the fighting the capacity of agricultural agent
plansof county Jail at Lake* Butler for from 10OO; a. m. until : p. "
and Is conducting
H. Futch of Hampton. In an- no contest, as Herring waived his son Independent ing in the escape. The two women m. The Hampton 4-H girls will be Starke team and have since been lIe was well known and was a ,
nouncing for the post of county right for the foul when he decided bis own for Its safe return were released upon, 150000 bond hostesses for the day.. Representatives pronounced the state champion. member of the Jacksonville Main '

aupertntendent of schools makes to continue without taking time of the search of the being nation. each late Wednesday afternoon, from the different clubs In The Starkeltea put up a good fight, i Street Baptist Church. H* was a. [,1<- t:

the third candidate for that office. out. The battle, however, pleasedthe mad by polio force however, the two/men still remainIn :the two counties will be present. and scored the most points againstthe member of the Woodmen of the ''f!!, ."
James T. Moore of Lawtey; anIlWDce. crowd and furnished plenty of jaiL Pirates of any other team play- I World Camp In Gainesville ',t a'> ;
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.. in this issue as a candidate action. GUESSES RIGHT ON FEED BAGT. Calton was serving a seven year RIPE PEACHES IN MARCH Ing against the champions during Captain Brown in survived by him it '
for re-election as member of The preliminaries saw John of Starke was sentence for highway robbery and the tournament. Starke scored four widow. Mrs. Annie Sherman:
the> school board from school district : Inman of Starke and J. D. Harter the baby chicks offered by was sent up from Citrus county W. R- Hatalop of the Wateroak of the seven field goals allowed Brown; two daughter Mrs. 1<. B. :It :
one. of Starke. stag a slow contest for given Bradford County Farmers Sup- section brought a ripe peach to against the powerful Pirate defense Rand, Miami and Miss Thefma 'V
First to announce ,as county three rounds. Referee Minardi Company to the one guessingthe United States Sugar Corporationplan the Telegraph office Monday, the players during the entire per. Brown, two brothers, Capt. H. C. ;I'Il"I
commissioner ia O. Andrews: of stopped the fight ana awarded it ply weight of the "Big Bag of extensive expansion In Florid fruit coming from a tree well loaded led of the tournament. The Stark* Brown and J. C. Brown end a sister 'in J {

New River,.who Is a candidate to to Inman on a technical knockout. Feed.""his guess being 396 pounds. I Everi'ladee.Lake: Worth with fruit although the wind players were a* follows: Rusty Mr A. B. Taylor all of JackbonvUIe. I II

represent district 5. Brooker and It was a poor fight Nathan Prevatt. manager of the' Leader. Saturday night did considerable I, Chapln Scootl Andrews, Dorothy ? .
New River e the matured Meade, forwards; Murla Weeks, -i.. '
to more
on the board elf county to bold another --, damage {:
local plans ,
commissioners.Brooksvilla Eustl Shell Co., rebuilding: store Saturday" soon and will' Fort .fyerEdI Park Community -, peacheav This variety Is nearly Patsy Brlnaon centers; Dora Man- Arcadia New tlr* store ) ) '(

rooms in Bishop building corner "Purina further announcements in an church. Congregational, three month ahead of usual time ning, Estelle Kendrick, Doris ened at General Service CP'f.f. t" ,

be re.ntfacedKV ._ Local 'streets to installation Bay and McDonald_of filling preparatory station. to make early 1I... dedicated new building. of ripening. Ke&ds. guard. corner Polk and Magnolia *tr* #, :,'" ,:,:

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RALPH COX, Sports Editor CLEO SHEPARD, Exchange Editor


LOUISE EDWARDS, Literary Editor 0 Q MARY PEARCE Sophomore Reporter

JACK BRADLEY, Freshmen Reporter
MIRIAM JACOBS, Joke Editor _


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t (Dy Gordon Wadsworth.) The following story is taken from
The B. II. S. class: tournament I 1&.1IoI'_ a 1920 edition of the Bradford High The children of the Hampton

opened with the freshmen defeat SOCIETY CHAPEL Journal: PTtlst Sunday school, under the
''p ing the sophomores by a score of --. In a dark old Spanish castle, Miriam at masked ball! "Here looks like a cross between Barney I I,.u..nices of the Baptist W. M. U

( h 9 to 7. This was a very Interesting One letter this morning asks We were delighted to have Rev. completely surrounded by trees,I comes that man who has been following i (field la: his first racer and Paul will render a home ond foreign mission

t'' game and although the freshmen me a question I am very glad to Ray with us last Thursday. He end first mortgages, lived Granny me around all evening. How Revere after riding steady for six- program next Sunday evening
faced a shortage of men they were nwwer: gave us a splendid tAlk on worldlyand Granfleld, whom in this narrative, can I get rid of him?" teen hours, forty-four minutes and at 730.
c determined that the sophomores 'Every now and then you speak spiritual mirc p"4 *-"....* I shall call Granny In order not, Evelyn: "Unmask." one second. Its name Is Willie Mrs.' Gnann of Fairbanks, visited

'i should not win. 'f best society. Where is best society Rev. Ray is now living in Green to disclose her identity. She wasa Springtime.Now fronds and relatives here last Sattird'V .
Edwards was high scorer for the and of whom is It composed? Tnve Fprlngrs ."3 freshmen and was followed Closely; T's members are all wealthy I presume forward to another visit from him ing pug nose, and a peg leg, to built?" and recite your pieqe or papa will and Mrs. J. T, Quigley of
; by Cason. ?" Mr. Hayes, a former citizen of Ray nothing of a pop eye, and a Louise Thede: "At night" spank. PtTke, attended prayer services
In the second game the Juniors Best society Is found in every Starke, also gave ut a talk,. and poodle pup. Miss Myrtice: "Who told you "Vun mo munth here last Thursday evening.
i faced the dignified seniors and section of the country and composed advice, we should all heed. One dark and stormy night, andit that?" *n I wil be three Hampton School Closes
much to their surprise they were of countless types of people, was extremely dark and stormy, Louise Thede: "You did. You saidIt Frum then whole The Hampton public school
defeated by a score of 11-7, Dear !some of whom are rich and others SENIORS NEWS and the mysterious element was wasn't built I in a day." of mlseree." cloned. : last Wednesday evening
old seniors-they can't be held not rich at all. Best society Is an so thick It resembled bean soup, I I "Willie, where did you go to '**, high honors. Commencement
2R down In anythIng they start. They unlimited association of gentle peo- Melba journeyed to Gainesville old Granny Granfleld, whom :I Resale: "Why don't you put on school?" services! were held In the large city
Juniors offered some strong rests "I,la who hive for the longest period Saturday to shop In the ten cent shill call Granny so as not to disclose your slicker?" I I "Bradford High. "\11, with an overflow crowd.forc-
tance to the seniors but It wasn't of time known the highest cul store. her identity, settled down Herbert: "I can't. I got a book in "Oh you did, well you are ex 'ntr m-ny to remain outside.
quite strong enough. Both teams tivation. There are endless social Louse Edwards visited the state with her after dinner cigar; to read one hand and it won't go throughthe cused for your grammar." The stage was beautifully decorated

were about equally divided with groups, big ones, little ones, and of farm Sunday. the sporting page of the Ladles' sleeve." Next we have the three Apple' with draperies, of pink and
& men from the regular B. H. 8 Ml varieties as well as size. In Ralph Cox: : end R team. fact, everyone in the world, unlesshe voyaged to Alachua Friday night in ten or fifteen minutes, she discovered Lots A.: "What is this thing, girls what are you going to do? I and potted plants with profusionof
"t'' In the third and final game the dwells alone In a cave, belongsto Resale's boat. i that she couldn't see a wink. dear?" "We would like to sing." pink and white blossoms were
41 seniors came face to face with the some sort of society: social, Louise Walters honored Lake Upon investigation she found that Eldredge: "Only a pawn ticket." "Can you sing, 'The Road tc -rustically arranged forming a
freshmen and of course the seniors business, what you will. Water Butler with her presence Saturdanight. her glasses were missing. Now, Lois A.: "Well, why didn't you Mandalay' tovely background for the gradual-
won again.. Everybody from the -eeks its level always and people I this was very uncanny, as on this jet two BO we could both go ?" "Would you want us to sing it?" 'nff cJ"''ss. The principal of the
senior class had a hand In this who have the same tastes, or who : Patsy, accompanied' by a few I same nirfit ten years before, her "No. take It." 'school. Professor L. H. Futch. Su-
game and on account of this the live In the same neighborhood, Invariably ; lower classmen, journeyed to Jack mother had cracked a front tooth Ralph: "Hey, this soup Isn't fit I I Ladies and gentlemen that close: 'crintendent: of Public Instruction
More was 1412. The freshmen drift together and thus sonvllle Thursday night in a brave chewing sugar cane. i for a pip." our broadcast from B. H. S. mat '\.. J. Griffls, and members of the
should feel justly proud of almost form Society. If you are InterestedIn attempt to bring back the cup. When the startling news became' Waiter: "I'll take: it away anu II''I studio. We now turn you to the: : 'chool board, A. B. Surrency and
F defeating their big brothers but music, you naturally are drawn Ortho Malhen/a head looks Ilk known to the public, the whole bring you some that is." | S., O. L. network. This is Macknc' 1. D. May who marched to the

I* the seniors could not defeat them toward others who also are musical. the back of a razor-back, since his country-side was in an uproar; Grahmee announcing. Goodnltc -trains of beautiful music, were
;, too greatly since the seniors and If you live In the country' hair has been cut off. come people going so far as to Mother: "wmle-; heard that instead nurse. cated on the stage.A .

freshmen always hang together In and love birds and flowers, you find Loyselle visited Gainesville Sat roar without ceasing, hardly taking of going to Sunday school Friday night, tie great fight be very interesting address was
4 an occurrence Uke this and the others who like them too. If you urday. time to stop for meals. Gran- this morning you played football." I I tween Popeye Matheny and Pet slivered by Dr. Little of Gainea-

Af, sophomores and Juniors do like are for nothing but dancing, you Miriam can hardly talk after ny Immediately caled out Scotland Willie: "That Isn't true, and I've Humus grows closer. Who will illc, after which the diplomas were
f' wise. go with others who have the same that dance Friday night She Yard the famous detective. Within got a string of fish to prove It." I win Is the main question. We turr presented by Prof; Futch and Supt.

The tournament was carried out tastes. I whispers her lesson to Evelyn, three week.. .Scotland had found you over to Less Robinson at th Orlffls. The kinsman, who visitedhe
In an orderly manner and the girls My next letter Is a fitting com I while Evelyn recites them for her. two ringer prints, one on GrannY's- Judge: "Speeding, eh? Ten dol- ringside where he will give a punc' h"ll just before the close of the
will stage one soon.CHARACTERS panlon to my first: -' --*--. I Bible, and the other on her best lar fine." by punch description of the bout. -ovlvl services about a week be-
"Will you explain the differenceIf D. II. S. BOYS TO guest towel. However, several Ban: "Okey, Judge. Got change Hello folks Less Robinson an Tore, bidding the worthy evangelist
( there Is any) between 'exclusive START BASEBALL months later these were seen to for a twenty dollar bill?" nounclng. Popeye Matheny Just er God speed, and promising to stand
? !SKETCHES: OF society' and a lot of snobs'?" : be Granny's own prints, so Mr. Judge: "Nope. Twenty dollar tered the ring amid shouts an *)y him, all that he preached, made
SENIORS All the difference between that I'' Coach Lovell ordered all the Yard abandoned these clues, after fine." showers of praise, tomatoes! cat their way through the crowded
which is genuine, and that whichIs baseball prospects to report for advising Granny to wash her hands bages or what have you. Just door and told the honorable trustees
k Miriam Jacobs was born In 1913. Imitation. I have given a brief practice Monday. more often. Gordon: "When ma asked me If minute folks, the crowds are groin.' and teachers that they were
r! She Is about five feet three Inches definition of "exclusive society" In Many of the boys seem delighted And thus this great mystery I'd been stealing jam I said yes." wild, they're on their feet, thel friends to them, wished the graduating -
high, and one hundred and ten the answer above this one, if you In knowing that It is time to start blew over without being solved. Henry: "Why didn't you denyIt hands, hats filling the air like f class much success and sold
pounds of human dynamite. She define "exclusive" as meaning"well baseball since they are going staleon The peaceful country-side once ?" snow storm In September.: It' they were glad that we had a new
_, has golden brown hair and sparkling bred." A snob Is never well- basketball. more became peaceful, and the up- Gordon: "I didn't have the face he folks, the great Pete Humas al" school house and would lend their
blue eyes that look like "turn bred. He Is a social parasite, vulgar -' We feel sure that we will have roar practically ceased, most peo- to say no." decked out like a ocean-going rowboat assistance in securing public im-
lakes of translucent light." She is at heart, who fawns upon 'a successful year In baseball just ple not bothering to roar more than He enters the ring smiling ph'u uiunta.

1 always bubbling over with energy those having money or high posi- as we had in football and basketball once or twice a week at the most Miss Isabel: "Listen here, young From year to year. Something Just 'Those in attendance from out of

;4 i and makes many a dignified teacher tion, and who is contemptuouslyrude But 101! Who would have guessed man, you are not the teacher of happened, a cabbage aimed at Pop. I town were: Supt. and Mrs. A. J.
laugh at her keen wit. She is to those whom he considers Among those who seem to.be that: the crime was to be solved I this class." eye misses and hits Pete. Pete Griffis, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas,

naturally self-expressive to suit unlmportantt-Selected.! highly interested In this game are in this spectacular way 7 One beau- Harry: "I am not. rushes at Popeye, Popeye meets and Mrs. Snyder of Starke; Mr.

i her own Ideas. ---- Willie Strickland, Harmon Mor-, tiful day, seven years later, as Miss Isabel: "Well then, don't him with a one-two shot to the and Mrs. A. B. Surrency, Mr. and
Liken and DUUke CAN YOU SOLVE THIS ONE gan, Frank Williams, Henry Mast, Granny Was dressing to go play talk like an idiot. I bread basket. Ladles the fight :Mrs Brown, Rev. McGauley and
She likes boys, to go to Gaines I Ortho Matheny, Jack Bradley, center on the Y. W. C. A. basketball ended before schedule to come off. Mr. Gainey of Brooker and Horace

ville, adores dancing of the more A monkey weighing five pounds Gordon Wadsworth, Ivan Hazen team, she happened to comb Cleo ((10 Patsy) : "Well, I liked Popeye put Human In the land of I May of Theressa.
;, Intricate steps, tight-fitting clothes lands holding the end of a rope, and Eldredge Robinson. her hair. With the first stroke of Paris and Rome, but the best partof dreams. The next-

a' and- whatnot. passing over a frlctionless the comb something dropped to the the whole thing was the trip I. Ladies and gentlemen due to a .....- .... at
She dislikes to be contradicted, pulley and attached to a five pound, B. H S. CAGERS END SEASONThe ,floor with a dull thud; at first over. Don't miss that, whateveryou .short circuit la one of the light t :

f bookkeeping, etc. weight which hangs three feet Granny thought it must be dan- do, if you ever go to Europe. ning bugs, we will have to sign off. v.
above the ground. The rope is so Alachua game brought to a druff, but on closer Inspection it This is Snoop Ma GOOD announc-,
I Lester Price Robinson born on light that its weight is negligible. close the basketball season for B. proved to be the long lost glasses. CAMPUS COMMENTSIt ing. -

p December 4, 1913, In Jasper, Fla. U the monkey climbs six feet up H. S. And then Granny had to go to all .
tie has brown hair, hazel eyes and the rope where will the wt. be. Out of eight official games our the trouble of looking up that old seems as if the sophomoresare NOTICEI

Is small In stature. He is a second Courtesy of Popular Mechanics.The boys have won four and lost four. porting sheet, so she could read I having a little trouble In selecting will be at the following named
a Will Rogers, being very originaland All the boys have worked hard about Queen Marie eating corn on their class rings. Six sales precincts on the days and dates mM

clever at writing, displaying above puzzle and other puzzles with the team this year and they the cob, and get the latest dopeon men have passed through, but you herein stated, for the purpose of
Inimitable wit. He is very Inter- to be published are furnished will in turn receive letters for their the Hall-Mills Murder.-E. L. M. can't please all of them. receiving Tax Returns for the S
Betel in class affairs and Is a very through the courtesy of Popular efforts and obedience of training -
present year, 1932, to-wit:
active member of the class. Mechanics. Answer to these puz- rules to bring old Bradford out on DEBATE: Since 13. H. S. la becoming more Lawtey, Tuesday, March 15.

Like and Dislikes ilea must be sent to either editoror top. Record follows: like a college than a high school, New River Wednesday, March
''b He likes to be sarcastic to people assistant editor for recognition Opponents-Score' Victor Members of the twelfth grade with all these new-fangled Ideas 16, forenoon.

rootbcer, the 22nd of April, Answers,will be published following Waldo, 2 -10 B. H. S. I history class delivered another debate -' Therefore reasons one, why not go Graham Wednesday, March 16, 1
c electrical 'engineering and tennis week. Waldo, 16-14 Waldo last Friday. The topic was, through high school In some other afternoon. BA CII

r, He dislikes oysters, spinach and Macclenny, 13-11 MacclennyLake resolved That Income tax Is a Just school, them come here to go to Brooker, Thursday March 17.
women (excluding girls.) Punta Gorda Nat-ur-way San- Butler, 15-14 B. H. S. and fine form of taxation. The affirmative college? Theressa, Friday March 18 fore- I 6 29:4.40.21
t, torium opened. Lake Butler, 12-7 B. H. S. Ralph' Cox Jessie I noon. "' 4165 EACH
Lester +
Chipley-Davis Drug Co., installed < Mfl 1 H H M Macclenny, 13-8 MacclennyLake defeated the negative's, Looks aa If the seniors are aheadin i PAIRS
Hampton, Friday, March 18, afternoon IN
cold drink fountain with National Gardens-Royal Dutch Butler, 27-17 B. H. S. PrIce and Novella King in history everything. Winning the Inter- .

complete automatic refrigeration Gardens, Inc., granted charter. Alachua, 29-4 Alachua A class. The affirmative won an- class basketball championship puts Under the law It Is the duty of I
other victory In B class, defeating them on -
---------- top.
every person owning, or having

\SCHOOL DAYS By DWIG I the and negative Victor Thomas team. Herbert were Stevens on the I Fate might-seem cruel to some I to custody taxation of, any to return property the same subject to I t <

affirmative and Mac Davis and but not
IJ people to the seniors. If It the Tax Assessor, between the
Etholln White delivered the hadn't rained over the week-end dates of Jan. 1st and April the 1st i I
ive. nega-I, there would be tree watering of each and every year. If you.

) / The regular chapel i I parties every other day. will do this there will be no cause
ww Thursday will be devoted to another for complaints.With I BETTER!
of a series of debates to be
the exception of the above
ita given. The topic, resolved. That
i t dates I will be in the assessors office 1 In mllc2ge, tread-wear,
the installment plan Is a just and Ladies and gentlemen! We take
I for the purpose of receiving protection from punc-
profitable plan of purchasing ar- great pleasure In announcing our
tax returns.
i furs or blowout than
i iclea. The affirmative consists of return back to the air over Station I
'i: ; Ben Steinberg and Herbert Stevens B. H. S. During the past few 3421. E.Assessor W. HATES, I ever before at these ,
County of Taxes. low
; the negative side consists of week, generator trouble made It I prices I 1 1I
', Ortho Matheny and Gordon Wads- Impossible to broadcast, but this '0 J"- ..
J I I Ii
__ 1 worth. morning the iceman delivered two GOODYEAR

I;" 1 Quarts of lightning bugs, therefore,
As the marsh-hen secretly buildson enabling us to have power to broadcast ATLASThe PATHFINDERS
% the watery sod
We now entertain you from Lifetime CnuaDteed
k Behold I will build me a nest on
-, { our main station. This is Ma '
Snoop "i,I t c: w
rfil/l/: the greatness of God- Coop announcing. Standard Oil 0....,.. 810 '. ...
I will learn this the
'I.11 poem Hello everybody, this Is Macknee 18xL75.19 $6.3 $6.S6
-' use of a road.
Grahmee announcing, we now entertain Tire GuaranteedOne aOd.S0-21
Or else go out Into the world to 5-43
(< you by a poem from Miss 295.00-19: c..Cl5 6.45
carry a hod. Ruth Rowe.
\: I From my heart these words come "The boy stood on the burning 29d.S0-20 S.3S 5.S9
rolling; deck 115.25-21: "S5 7.91
I The teachers voice sounds, like a Where an but him had fled. 4........N e 29d.50-19 8.48 8.3
death bell tolMng. 29d.75-20 6.Z4Oxs.o020
When 6.43
a straying sea-gull.
Discussing my ignorance, and with Nose dived on his head. (Ap- 6.75 6.5523x5.23.18 .
d I tongue dolling plause.)" : '7.53 7.30
jg I toll to start more words arolling. Next we have folks-I wish you 295.25-19: 7.73 7.5:

By a desperate senior could see what I behold. In order 28d.50-18 8.35 8.1:0:
In English IV class. the three
to give you a Idea how It looks year guar- -
-:' e
cA I Til drive, I mean m strive to tune
anted electric
your imagination to that effect. Its refrigerator -
Thursday morning Lester and
/ j :., O Y Ralph with the help of Mr. Wy- Each Pair
SOd$15.45 $29.<<;632d
man, surveyed the part of the Say it with Flowers
school _.. ::6.50 51.0(1
grounds where the trees,
.. .. For sale by i iI
which are being planted under the ---: Ii

auspices of the senior class, will be Flowers I .
11 located For All TONE INGoodyear '

_ Thursday afternoon J Coast-to-Coa \'.
Ralph, Lester OccasionsCERTRUDE

_ Study, Herbert hall and and planted Henry them.skipped a ..- "- -_ n .. Smith's Service t I N.E.C.Kadlo Sat.Fro&rams; Wed. iRegister ,

Twenty-five trees were planted. : OODBEY: t Motor Co.
These were donated by the South- StationStarke | PHONE 103
rn Forestry Association. ,\ nF.RON:;
I Louie's Service Station
Madison- -New market installed '1/'n Waldo Fla .. Fla. PHONE 83Mlif9Wfc

Icklnson Grocery. -- .. .. ; -- -- -

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FRIDAY. 11, 1933 .."tf ""y ,. I ;w, -,, _"""Y"" '" ,.'T',.""..,.._,.. ".,. ... ,

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4 cent off -------- ---- ..Af11'] j'p'p'; ', '
over last year, :Mr. Robin- ----- -- 'j
son stated a shrinkage which It Is ZHow to ""I
News of Florida In Short piajEije
Paragraphs expected will be offset by lower labor BROOKEKMl DUMMY BALLOT ';

! costs and a better market this S1IIIA1JCTIONUUC\ / ,
- -
ycar. One field recently dug yielded \m GatHrr, Cow.un. { ,.t..
38 barrels of No. Carrying nam ii ,,f utiirn unit coun '

last year yielded 60 1 barrels.and 2's that Mr. Mr. and Mrs. 1.V.. Sowell of ) V/ CONTRACT I ty.. *rnnnldHtaft; < ,lf th who. Ttl tmva"ffri rmitlly"ph to thin*ntncf" : .
[LLIVE STATE NEWS Robinson d.l.. This I Is not an official
1 I stated. As the digging Mlcanopy attended church at .*. tyliiir numtts at nil ualldh.lat"ballot.for :.
operations become more general don here Sunday.H. De"-j I 4F Ly Wynne Ferguson tirOri>nt ultloen,, but lint only I tho,
candidate who .
within the next week or so, it Is P. Gainey, J. E. lirnucli paid adirtIa.ns.nts ha v annoumicd
expected that the price T. Osteen A. B. Author ef PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDCO* l paper ior the In tAts
may weaken Surrency were all ,...... Office they seek.Kor .
TOLD BY OUR a little but owing to the wide Attending to business In Starke ,. Vovrrnork'ote
EXCHANGES Copyright *93*,b
period of Monday. > Jr.
f planting it Is expected fur 01111.,
-_._--- '-- that the harvest will be made overa Mrs. John Mott who has been
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.- III I I ti1..jo'jo.UHU CALOWUL.L
longer lenigth of time, which will spending a few days with friendsnd ARTICLE No. 19
:I Madison-D. L. Vickers of Ba- he yacht basin. The watert was react favorably on the steadiness relatives to Inverness has In the I "Ou4'l W. MAUTINKor
returned -
preceding arli.te
number of
a Interesting hands ;;
Mill has sold 3200 acres of high at were given for anaty
ker's Pass-a-Grilte but there was of the market. home. sis. If you ha-e not already; decided on the llallrniid lovm...$.....
play bid. do
proper or
land In the northern no damage. before( so now .utu Ivl ......
At ,
turpentine Treasure Island Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Conerly otOkeechobee. you read the solution In each instance. A comparison of opinior
part of the county to E. P. Ford everal beach cottages were destroyed Mlam1-lIarold Crissy, 20 a high' spent Wednesday here with tho writer's solution will prove most interesting and should your help te i w. ixKor VUtJULASS/
IU1d W. L. Taylor of Doerun, Ga. and automobiles turned school student was safe at home with her mother Mrs. C. Mott: improve your gams. ..
I The consideration was $17,000 over by the water. today following his rescue from Mrs. Conerly was carried to the Solutions to Last Weed's Problems l club A for ou". SvMifota
< ne one heart anil Y JouMcil
cast"" the outer hospital In
waters of Gainesville
Biscayne Bay Thursday 11* biii I I Til ELM
now ono spmle and Z and t I A JOHNS
Tl\mpo.-Sldney C. Brown federal by the crew of a Pan-American I where she underwent an operation No.1 I pS9Cj.; What should V bid .
Madison-W. B. Davis has received customs collector for the district Airways seaplane. Passengers I and is now resting very nicely Hearts- Q 9, 8, 6, 5, 3 whyf ant I HAL Y. MAINIS3I '

: : advice from the Clark of Florida said today improvement aboard the plane enroute from there. Mr. Conerly has returned Clubs- 8, 4 SalntioHiV should bid one no trutri| I I J. lit. MANN -.
company stating that cultivation in Diamond A, 7 at either Auction or Contract. This
Thread general business Kingston. Jamacia home.S. bie
I to Miami .Spade A, 8, 0 Member Ih.MM. Itrprvvrntiitlv
of sea Island cotton lit this throughout the state was indicatedby sighted Crissey as he clung to his M. Mott and mother Mrs. C. sliouM indicate at least ono stopper in Vote for ono
spades and
a fair outside ...
Iiand. Hu '-- ..
aection probably would prove prof- customs receipts for last month. overturned sloop. While Ed Mu- Mott were visiting Mrs. Cornerly I Y | previous double of(one heart has shown ': I I 10. lit. INMAN'-- --

itcble.\ The company says that a Receipts for February from the sick pilot and Jim Crane copilot In Gainesville Mondiy night. I A D i his partner great strength in thnt suit II j I I i T -
| n.
product equal to the Fancy Flor- 11 ports In the state were $310- circled above the helpless youth, !Mrs. Aida FomythMrs. i Z t so it is now ui ti 7. to decide whrtliei PINIIOl.8TlCnr.

idas of years ago would be welcomed 63994 an Increase of 78275.18 Eugene C. Adams radio operator Aida Forsyth 48 years of No first- it Is better to try fur nunie in no trump .... fount? Jo, ..
score, game, Z dealt and MJ, i ur A Kmt.ll.uid Vote for cna.
by the over January and of $106,66843 lent a wireless message to customs age died at her home in Winter

over February 1931. For the first :officers here requesting permissionto Haven Monday February 29. The Hand No. 2f I I OKQ. A. OAIUUNBHI

Perry-The most daroaglng! ; for- two months of 1032 the customs I land in the water for a rescue. funeral was held Tuesday after- llcarts-8 I I I'']. ic.Nnprrlntrttdfiil. prenRVMAN

est fire In the history of Taylor service collected $541,998.70 as This officials of the flying company noon at Deadon cemetery with Rev (;\\ul>lI1,2Hinmonll. S .
county Is raging over the .northeast compared to 79275.18, an Increase pointed out, was necessary Crosby officiating.She 17, ,T, Q., 5. :2 Vote for on*. slphnola ,
and south parts of the county. of 3736865.: The figures were I because of provisions that passenger leaves to mourn her loss a f _Spiclcn; Q. II.: 4. .1 :I : I iiit.:: FUTCHI
ITearts-.Q,10. 9 _
Damage has already run over $50.- compiled from reports for Jacksonville I plans landing In national waters husband, J. S. Forsyth; three children _
cOO and much more Is likely. Operators Miami Tampa. West Palm: must land at pre-designated Roy Willie and J. W. Foray Diamonds- A, i Q Q, 10(10,8\ ,7 o.3 I A Y I I I A. J CHUFF -
I n
on the tract burning Include Beach Fernandina. Pensacola Ft. points. When the permission was th; four sisters Mrs. Ida Craig Spades- 9 i Z I I I L_.. I lltn. WKJOTNSClvrk -
Aycock Lindsey Co., Woods Pierce Apalachicola Boca Grande granted the seaplane was settled Newberry; Mrs. Cassie Larrimore.St. rlrl-nlt ('
and Strickland Co.. Bird Lake Co., Key West and Panama City. down on the water and Crissey was Petersburg; Mrs. Nellie Thomas Vot for on*. .rt 4

H. J. Wcstberry J. C. Tucker and picked, up. Apopka: Mrs. Verna Nipper, New- bid No score rubber game. Z dealt an./' /I Hand No 4 I I/ | O:-'W. ALPBUMANI '' ,

J. o. Huford Co. Bradenton mob of white men berry; two brothers Luther W. ,,,,..one_l. tl.o.tI.tmp.. .:. ....,-A bid--two clubt. I ----'- !1.en.lts--7 I -
U funodi uiu iwu nil irunip anu ail l lpassed. l v t I A_J THOMAS
I allegedly kidnapped Henry Garfield Sowell Mlcanopy; Henry Sowell, l. Z Uuhs-Q
opened the five of .
spadcn, A : A B Diamonds ,
I J 10 9 4 2I
Oak-One hundred thous- 125 old bore Brooker. played tIe nine Y Far T.. .*""..
Uve year negro near here. WOODLAWN : the queen ami, 1) I Z I Spade. -A, fi 10. P, 5,3 Vote for nn*. "
and acres of land In Suwannee Lafayette ,him north of Tampa and mutlliated John R. Quarrels von the trick with the ace. I) now led --
Taylor and Hamilton coun- I him horribly last night. it was re- Ml.. MrrtU Nor...... COT. Mr. John R. Quarrels 62 yearsof tho Ling of club, followed with Jack No score and A H game In. Z dealt I I E. W. MAYK3H. -
ties has been sold to northern people I vealed tonight. Sheriff's officers age printer of Miami was laid winning All the trick !ilA'a hand with the and passed. A arid Y passed and I) hill I I L. iiit.y
queen. ;
for the development of tung oil identified the negro as of unre- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hersey of to rest at New Hope cemetery Sun- ore set UI). Ii followed then led so the that ace the of clubs clubs one spades tpade., Y three Z bid hearts two: heart.and ,B A three two I I N. t>. WAINWRinirrFor

oil tree groves it was announced proachable reputation in Palmettoa Starke spent the week-end with day morning March 6. Mr. Quarrels What should Y discard and why? .pod .. Z now bid four hearts A four
here this week. The first block of small town near here where he her parents Mr. and Mrs. 3. S. died on Friday after a brief Solution: Y should discard the nine spuc'es' and Y ftve hcirts. 1) and f Z Vote for on.. Tx Collector
200 acres has been cleared for lives and insisted his kidnappingand Norman last week. illness. The funeral services were of diamonds to show his partner at passed A doubled and Y !passed. What ,
continueIn conducted Roberts once that the only tricks in his band should U bid and r I lCAnr. JOHN: '*" -
planting. This work will subsequent treatment resulted Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Barnes were by Funeral era !in the diamond now why
block of 200 acres until 1000 from mistaken Identity. Garfieldwas visiting in this section last week. Home of Alachua. Mr. Quarrels is three discards coming suit.and, unless There Z are i Is at Soltilioni either Auction 1) should bid five .pa'l... | I PAnt, A. KNiniiT

acres have been cleared one plot. reported in critical condition Mrs. Maggie Browning Mr. and survived by hip wife Mrs. MinnieV. Informed at once that Y can protect hand i in too unbalanced or Contract, to lli* ....r fII..rlff
play to 'I
tonight. Sheriff's deputies were Mrs. John Browning daughter and Quarrels, one son John Ran- lianiondx lie may be forced to discard defeat five hearts, particularly after a Vote for on.. '
St. Petersburg-Grandma Martha seeking clues to the identity of the niece, Gertie and Myra Davis were dolph Quarels Jr., and one daughter !to inform his dieadvantnge. Don't hesitate to double raise by A. This douold mire I I OSCAR ANflftfttyI
Weeks 105-year-old Floridian leaders of the mob. The negro said visiting in Jacksonville Saturday Janie Mae Quarrels. In your hand partner nt once rfstrctifith!: by A should Indicate at leant: four I 11LrnMONK I :
from Lithia here for a visit says he was acosted onlhe street, burned night. Card of Thanks bo your obliged to dincard you several sea tl.ot ho will apaches, BO that A U cannot hupe to
her rule for longlivety Is "a lot of out of the community in an Simeon Phillips returned Sunday We wish to thank our many hs bus to guess, ho probably will times.guess If a win fivu-hmrt nmre than'liid one therefore spade: trick ngainst: I I w. j.:rrprn;: !''loN'.m. -
Y Z will either
wil land won't power." The aged automobile and treated Inhumanly afternoon from a visit at Mrs. Myrtle friends for their help and kindness ,wrong:;*;) mako it easy for Mm. A high 'male tho bid or only be defeated by Vote 5._ .... S.'hnul Ih.-IJI.frl.. ;
woman today took her first ride in but without a word of explanation. Hillard's in Valrico. during the funeral of J. R. Quar- diacardccl.cliHTinl: indicates strength iu the suit one tri'.ir.' B should bid five sVl&dea for one.

the air going up in the Goodyear I Mrs. Manning of Lawtey is visiting rels. without any qucntion I I n. TT.I Tt"'NNJlT"" :
blimp. Tonight Granma Weeks was Palatka.-Believed to have been her niece, Mrs. Maggie Mrs. J. E demons and family Hand No. 3 lUnJ No. 5 I IIJ.T.MOORPI I ,

honored at a dinner given by the burled for safe keeping over a Browning. Randolph Quarrels lien rts- 10, 9,7,6,4 !Hearts-AClub.8,4,2 I I in. A. .,
Three Quarter Century Club. members half century ago, a lard pail withan Mr. Lonzle Norman was visitingMr. Janie Mae Quarrels. Clubs-A K. 10 t Y t L_ NFIWSOMM 1
of which all have reached or old English Winchester rim-fire and Mrs. J. S. Norman Saturday 6 liamonda-A, Q 10.9 Diamonds A, S t A B I ....t><.i> "Hi-' *..01 flo.rd..fltat,10t C
Z I in silver I .... p"olell- Sl'adcs--J,9,8.T,6.4.3 : Z Vote for on*. 4.
passed 75 years. .44 revolver; and $3 coins. morning. I -.

was found on what is known as the MIsa Mildred Norman left Friday NEW RIVER t Y I No score, rubber (tame. Z dealt and I I IIID.MAy I
Tampa-An unmasked bandit Lord-Erskine place located about afternoon for Pensacola where she tAD i bid one spadp. A passed Y bid one Mml r "' .-....01 Hoard_Dlntrlvt S .
and three of a mile from In- Ml. KM!. fnpp. Cor.Rev. ZXo and l B Vote for on.. .
locked the cashier president. quarters will spend sometime with her sister t > trump and Z passed. What i
the latter'a son In the vault of the terlachen near Palatka. Motes Mrs. Pearl Campbell. should A bid with the foregoing hand I I J. H. KBM/r

Bank of Port Tampa and escaped discovered the burled can after his Mrs. D. L. Phillips and daughter Butler filled his regular appointment onespailoi"score, fra'rgrn.aZd.nlt. '. and bH! f and whylAUCTIml ''..",... r........ .iilaiir, -!>!. rtr .. .1
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with the available currency. James curiosity had been roused by the were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. at the Sampson City Y now bJ! ..,;oiiig I'lindand I BIDDING! Vote for on*. yI
said the activities of unknown persons who Norman Saturday afternoon.Rev. Christian Church Sunday.Mr. ? A should bid
O. Yeates, the president. why two spade*, not with I I O. W. ANDRKWS] .
loss about $3,50O was covered by had been digging up the yard J. T. Barnes attended prayer and Mrs. D. W. Kelley and I the hope of making the bid, but with .
insurance. D..W. Grlder the cash- about where the old residence meeting Friday night at Hell- family were visiting/ relatives and Solution: At AuctIon Y thouM bid the hope that It will save game and TESTS ME1VACK '
uncollectable under which was destroyed by fire five bronn. friends In Lake City Sunday.Mr. I two hearts allli. if Z renids rubber.A will probably lose one or two
county were had stood. The and Mrs. M. L. Johns and rliotild bul two no trump II'0dp..bY tricks, with a twu-sp.ide: biu., but even CROPS IN LOUISIANA .
vault and six Misses and Louise .4
grill doors between the or year ago Agnes Sapp i* always preferable to a no trump bid if it i Is doubled 1. it will be a cheap way
the banking room. Yeatea and his digging operations believed to were visiting in this section Sun- children were business visitors In particularly. wait a singleton of part, to save tIn certain Inns of game am.! -
son Donald walked In as the rob- have been by someone who had day afternoon. Starke Tuesday. ner'suit. rubber if he allows Y Z to pl.iy tllft Hammond, Ln., March ".-Duo
ber was walking out. They were I knowledge of the burled treasure There will be a play given at the Quite a large number attended At Contract Y ahould bid three> hand at no trump.CONTRACT to the remarkably spring-like .

locked Inside the outer grill doors. have been going on for the past home of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Sapp court In Starke last! week. no trump. '1 lie hand is so strong that BIDDING! weather, strawberries have made ,
four or five months, according to Friday night March 11, in Vanderbilt Messrs. J. L. and M. L. Johns Z may not have a rebid and yrt game A should pass. IIi. opponents hate an earlier appearance here and are J ,

-R"Rit..ntnnThe largest sea bass Information. section. Everybody welcometo were business visitors In Branford i is:' fairly le) Y: to certi.n try; /or in no trump. and it i i.'I' i. not contracted for alma' mid he li.il more luclous to the state planter .
to ; landed here In recent years attend. Monday. game.GREENWOOD no chance for game In spades.ZIFF report c''

was hooked today by Wayne Site Tallahassee-Public schools In Among those who were transact The fly In the ointment in this

Pontiac, Mich.. winter visitor to Florida today received another allotment ing business in Starke Saturday .- case Is the red spider reported bY .
this city. The huge fish scaled of state funds derived from WI'nn ra_.? TWi_n.._ _Anri___ Trfl_____. R_._ f.__ frowa___.. _., many growers. to be menacing the \
308 pounds and was placed on exhibition the sale of 1932 automobile license RISING Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johns and Rev. crop. Another pest resembling v
store. Site The total apportionment was and Mrs. C. C. Butler. 11I1. the Mexican borer also
downtown tags. EiamalrM has made
In a PrlHC'' Car.Mr. .
Mrs. If. M. Mrlta*. copMr. 1..1.! Mil. ......1., C...
the fourth Mr. Crystal Wiggins was a business -
and a companion battled with the 165799141. It was Its appearance. 4t
fish for nearly three hours before distribution of state money to the visitor in Starke Friday after- S

landing It. During the battle two county school systems since the and Mrs. Clayton Crawfordof [ noon.Miss < and Mrs. Ancil Thompson Services were held at Daadon CARD OP THANKS

strands of heavy rope were broken first of the year. It all came from Jacksonville were, week-end visItors < Essie Sapp was among the and Mr. and Mrs. Auther Reddish church Saturday and Sunday by .jT *
and the two fishermen suffered motor vehicle licenses as officialsdid of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Al- 4-H Club girls who broadcastedover were visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Pastor McGauley of Brooker. We wish to express our sincere
minor injuries. The catch was not wait to Include funds from varez. WRUF at Gainesville Friday Starling Sunday. Mr. Pervls Lewis of Jackson and heartfelt thanks to all those

made from the Longboat Pass the one mill ad valorem school tax Sheriff W. J. Epperson and J. B. night from 6 to 6:30: o'clock.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and ville spent Wednesday night here who In any way rendered us any

bridge. or from Interest on state deposits.In Sapp were business visitors to this and Mrs. J, L. Johns and children of Evergreen were visit with his parents.Mr. service during the Illness and

turning over the money to the section Friday afternoon.Mr. Messrs. Joe Albert and Chestet ing his sister, Mrs. Daisy Pringle Howard of Lake Butler passed death of our husband fattier and

Bradenton P. Arneson one comptroller and the department of and Mrs. Raymond Crosbyof Moody were business visitors In Sunday afternoon. through our section on bualnoss brother. and also for the beautiful

armed Bradenton reel fisherman, public Instruction Motor Vehicle Plant City, are visiting relatives Lake Butler Tuesday. Mr. W. M. Pringle is visiting his one day last week. floral offerings which cover the ,

reported catching a thirteen foot Commissioner Walter S. McLin here this week. Don't forget prayer meeting son Mr. C. A. Pringle.Mr. The funeral of Mrs. Ada Forthy mound where our dear one sleep.

sawfish in the Manatee River yes- said the 25: per cent penalty for Mr.' and :Mrs. Walter Underhill every Wednesday night at 7 o'clock Kay Pringle and St. Clair i was held at Deadon cemetery I Mrs. William Hodges children.,

terday. The saw or blade of the non-purchase of tags before Feb- were visiting relatives at Waldo at the Long Bridge Christian Moaeley were in Starke Saturday.Mr. Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Forthy and Mrs.. Ann Griffla.IJP .

fish measured slightly over four ruary boosted the funds this Saturday.Mr. church. Everybody Is cordially in- and Mrs. C. A. Pringle are has many friends of this section '

feet in length. having 27 large month. He predicted that another and Mrs. Theodore Adams vted to attend. receiving congratulations on the who are sorry to learn of her death.
teeth. Arneson casting for soft large sum would be ready for the left Sunday for their home at Fa. arrival of a little girl born Feb. 28. Mrs. I. W.
shell turtle with a klngflsh line schools soon after the first of Myers. after spending' several days Mr. C. A. Pringle was visiting Miss Marlon Lee of Graham daughter.spent. OVER \VOR/l'h: 1ii

when the huge fish struck and was March. here with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Drlg- EVERGREEN day hit sister.night. Mrs. J. C. Pringle Sun Wednesday night here with her N ERVES

hooked. The boat In which Arne- I parents.
son was fishing was towed nearly Plant City-FInal preparationswill I gers.Mr.. W. T. and Lester Crosby Mr*. F. A. nolr. Cor.Mrs. .qi3t.; i.
two miles down the river towardthe be rushed to completion here were transacting business in La INCREASED INCOME Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and
of the TAXES OUTLINED daughter, Lulu Gulf at a fast speed until the next wcek for the opening crosse Friday. J. T. Raines of !Madison IN
the sawfish became exhausted and third annual Florida Strawberry Mrs. Fate Alvarez and childrenare rpent the week-end here with her NEW REVENUE DILL Lewis were visiting in Graham
gave the Festival beginning March 8. While few in Jack- Wednesday afternoon.
up fight. spending a days grandparents. Mrs. Schellle Ros .
East Hlllaborough products of sonville with relatives. ier. Washington, Mar. 5.--Increased Grovcland-Mrs. MaglH's'Beauty
Tampa-Circuit Judge F. M. farm, grove and garden will vie in Death of l\lrlto O. W. Thomas Mrs. Hester Sapp returned home Income taxes of the average citizen Shop opened at Tom Carter Barber -
Hobles held In effect today that the exposition buildings with this This community was made sad Friday after spending the week- under the new revenue bill are Shop.
more than $2,000,000 worth of cer- section's famous crop the strawberry last Tuesday to learn of the death end here with relatives. shown In the following comparing
tificates for paving in HIll borough for the interest of visitors of Mrs. Diana Thomas who passed Mrs. W. L. Armstrong and two new rates with present rates. No __ ... .. .." _._.__

county were uncollectoable under an elaborate program of events and away at her home Monday night children of Dover"and J. H. Rey- allowance is made for taxes passedon
present laws. He dismissed one of entertainments Is planned for the Feb. 29th after a long Illness. She nolds of Kisslmmea were visiting to the consumer In the sales tax

more than'100 suits against prop five-day exposition.' Indications was about 60 years of age. a good 1 their sister Mrs. Schellie Rosier which forma the bulk of the bill Modem Dry
erty owners to collect paving assessments point to the largest parade In the Christian woman and mother and Monday and Tuesday. and for which no estimates are

holding unconstitutional history of the annual fete as the kind friend. None knew her but Those attending the funeral of ponslbla: .
the legislative act of 1925 under opening feature of the exhibit the to love her. She was a member of Mr. S. Griffin of MaxvUle which Married with one dependent: Cleaning '; i'

which the work was done. He afternoon of March 8, with several the Primitive Baptist church for was held at Pine Grove Thursdaywere Net Income 91,000, present rate :

maintained the suits cannot be elaborate floats being entered from several years. : B. E. Rosier Mrs. J. S. Ros- no tax; new rate no tax. TO your ears la worfc. .
pressed under the act. Attorneysfor Tampa, the Chamber of Commerce She leaves to mourn her. going ier Mr. and Mrs. Everett Futch, 32,000, present rata no tax; new Modern Cleansing Machinery every nerve at high tension.
the county have 20 days in float of St. Petersburg and the three sons and four daughters. J. Q. Rosier and Mrs. Hester Sapp. rate no tax. Skilled Employees No wonder yon snap at the wife

which to amend their bill of com customary quota of floats being en- namely Herman. Frank and William Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Peele and 33,000, present rate no tax; new ) Assures the and Watch bark at the out children.I .
plaint or appeal to the higher tered locally. The opening day Thomas Mrs. W. E. Green children were visiting B. E. Rosier I rata $2. you lead Overworked '.
courts. County bonds were Issuedto will be featured by a welcome address Mrs. F. Thomas Mrs. E. Green and and mother Saturday night I 14,000 present rate, $1.13; new oest in dry cleaning of ness nerves Nervous may Headache to Sleepless Nertvona *' 4'

pay for the paving and taxes arabeing by President W. D. Marley Miss Alzona Thomas and several Mr. and Mrs. Cohen Peele spent rata $18.79. (he most delicate fabrics. Indigestion and a boat of j

collected to pay for them. of the festival association and Miss Arizona Thomas. and severalIn Sunday afternoon with Mr. and $5,000 present rata $12.38; new other unpleasant disturbances
Mayor-Commissioner O. A. Carey. a great concourse of relatives Mrs. Waldo Prlngla. rata $36.73.: DYEINGPHONE Why don t you tIT I>r. Mlleaf it 1''

St. Petersburg Base 21. United -- Sand loving friends who came Mr. and Mrs. Everett Futch 310.00O present rate $92.99, new 28 Effervescent Nervine Tablet?
States Coast! Guard reponded this Palatka.-With prices standingat to pay the last tribute of love and spent the week-end with his parents rata $178.56. Jaatoneina half class ofwater 4

morning at 12:3O: o'clock to a distress $3.50 f. o. b. Hastings, equiva- respect she was laid to rest In the Mr. and Mrs: It. H. Futch. Single with no' dependents: ling drink makes delightfully a pleasant spark Ij

call from a number of persons lent to a price of $5 and $5.25: In Dyal cemetery Wednesday. Elder Mrs. J. Q. Rosier and two children $1,000 present rata no tax new to over-taxed nervee.; soothing 1

marooned by high water on Northern markets, about 100 cars W. M. Moody conducted the funeral spent Thursday with her rata no tax. Dr. Miles' Nervine Is now .
Treasure Island. a gulf key west of potatoes were handled by the services. father Mr. John Sapp. 32,000 present rate $3.63; new Starke DryCleaners made In two forma-Liquid and .
of the city. The strong winds from Hastings Potato Growers' Association Card of ThanksWe Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and rate. $I 7..50. { Effervescent Tablet. Both have

the south piled the water over the during the past week. H. L. wish to extend our heartfelt children were vsitlng Mr. and Mrs. $3,000 present rate $16.88, new the aame soothing effect. .
Wand to a depth of three to four I Robinson manager of the association thanks to those who ao kindly as- ,:J. M. Rosier at Woodlawn Sunday. rate $39 OO. Jl.OO at jour drug store '
feet on the main The informed the Palatka News. and S ..
highway. dated us during the illness $ .000. present rata $29.13; new
coast guard sent over a dory on a Approximately the same movement :leath of our dear mother. An early start good land good rate $32.60.

truck to transport the marnooned Is expected next week with prices (Signed) H. II. Thomas. Frank teed good fertilizer, and right $5,000. present rata $39.38; new The Only Dry Cleaning

Persons 8t. to high land. The tide In remaining about the same The rbomas William Thomas Mrs. W. spraying at the proper time. all together rate. $70.00. I'lant in Town

Petersburg was the highest In demand was described as moderate. F:. Green Mrs. E. Green. Mrs. F. ought to bring success to $10OOO, present rata U 3.7S: ;

many years covering'the piers In ,The yield .U approximately 25: per Thomas, :Miss. Arizona Tboma the watermelon grower.. new rate $20260.! a -.- I



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,;at: these" l' ll Again this week and LOCATION BETWEEN BANK AND POSTOFFICE I

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44w free graph to gives Market$2.00 in Basket cash True FLOUR Love Macaroni or Spaghetti, 4 for 15c I

Special Prices Page Buyers; two Items
'"1',1-, ,'' advertised on the Market 24 pounds S5e Irish Potatoes l 10 Ibs.- -15c
iIi; !" Basket Page carries an I -
ii' envelope calling:for a free

'' r 3 tall or 6 baby Carnation Milk _________ 19c i -Ii: Dollar goods Bill fnf Buy this advertised city-- Best White V/hole/ Grain Rice, 5 pounds. 15c h I
..... items on this page and BACONPound
8 lb. Bucket: Armour's Pure Lard _______ 60c /' you secure these free dollars
.. ,' it be f in a 5 cent Postloaslies,2pkgs.lSc<
24 Ibs. Good Self-rising Flour __________ 55c ;)!iV purchase may and maybe in a Be
10 ,pounds Meal I ____________________,, 16c'i'!,,!I :'" e $1.00 purchase. But it
costs you nothing and White Powders
6 for15c
10 pkgs. Octagon,Soap.or Powder ______ 25c look at the values offered RDn Soap or ,

Pint Glass Top Jar,Best Mayonnaise _____ 30c !i iF along with your free mon- I
ey offered. Buy from
2 Ibs. -15c Sardines boxes
F 10 Ibs. Potatoes .. 15c Market Basket advertisers. 15c
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't Lima, Navy or Northern. Beans, per lb. ____ 4c .
I THE $1.00 GASH {Grits; Meal Milk 4 small 2 tall 15c :
: or or -
:i 24 percent Dairy Feed, 100-lb sack ____ $1.75 7i PRIZE PURCHASERSThe
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l Best Scratch.Feed W-C -_-___________ $1.75 rrI;; { two'dollars in cash 10 pounds --17c Tomatoes No. 2,2 f for 15cQuaker
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t. Veribest Shorts _____'______________ $1.30 P given: .last.,week:<; by.,the ,

i" Mule Feed ______ $150'' ,Telegraph Mr. Starling'of was receivedby Law- Pure Ground
------------- Meal Grits 2for 15c
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: X II Ii tey. lie received his cash COFFEE
t prize with a pair of Hum-

CASH '!4}} mingbird Hosiery. The 2 pounds 25c Lemons dozen !
-- - 15c ili
GAR L S other $1.00'was in 7 Ibs. ,
f CORNERS. of rice and has not yet

,t., R. JOHNS & CO. ; I purchased been tutned rice in. the If past you Jersey Pure Sugar! 5 pounds - 17c II .

't' week-end, look for the
'"- I Wholesale Grocers, Hay, Grain and Feed small envelope call BUTTERPound
? i pay

t I; -.--,-....-..-..-..... ... -.-,---.-,---...., ..... n. -. ..., Jpdco. ing for $1.00() cash I .'- 24c SALAD DRESSING --15c
with One Jar Mustard or
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Mr. B. 13. Burner Cor. ; :

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SPECIALS! Mr. J. C. Ootewood was a visitor -
: in Oc.la, Tuewliv.Mr .
/0 E. C. Ray Postal Telegraph
": representative was a visitor to see
] I Mr .T. C. tewnnd lst week.Mlaa .,
-- ---- Prices
; s Oracn IjaWfirrta wad a vlil-I
A"' ( e: ;_tt ) p tor, In Green Crave Springs Monday,
p pp i
..: I'I pO .]Rr A. M. Lewi wan..a. business'
vl rt or In Jj rk tonvlH l t week. I
r\+r'. and Mrs. J. J. McLend of
I::. rNelrnse were visitor *t the hnm"
.t Mr.lnd Mrs.A. M'Blanchard ..
IVi' ta..t week.
Mrs. Don Pennett of JII.Ck9an-
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: MILK ORS NOR ]15c 1 1o Mlle' her here
:1f' 4: s CAMS was visiting: pArents I
n. ,
"unday Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Bur-
#f'c" nev. ,
\\ Fancy Firm-Large Mills LuelK Tatum of DeLand,;\
,, j pent the week-end here with her,
I I L! POTATOES 10 l pounds15c meter,Mrs. G.W. Roberta j
i Mrs. J. C. Childs of Greenville
: Cl C. I III 'a visitor at the home. of..

o Chase & Sanborn (Dated) '0 Miss Mr.FrIgo.and Mrs. G. E. Norton were|j
e s COFFEE, pound can -- 32c g visitors All the In Jacksonville friends of Miss last week.WIllie I',

i n Louise Boulware who has been Illwish ,
I O her a speedy recovery. products are market page advertised

4 1 1y II Osceola Apple,Jelly _________.__ family Mr. and are Mrs.spending Griff a Phillips few days and In articles and may be the $ cash articles.
i g Hy Grade Matches! (10 boxes) Miami. .
Little Miss Gloria Mayo of Tam
Oversea Black Pepper
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is a few days here atthe
I ___ 0 Phillip's Pork & Beans -.'!".'." C,o:: pa home spending of. Mrs.W. H. Edwards.Mr. .
Rattling Opportunityto
o Stokley's Tomato Juice -u> 0 In Gainesville S. C. Gatewood Monday.was a visitor
I n' Each, _,' If ,, 0
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: "d !aa ePy;' ''Mt.'lU\d' \ Mrs. J. Roberts of Jacksonville
V Easter Dresses o -. were visitors here last Sun get the squeaks out of your car while;:It Is
|II| Alabama Girl .- day.Mr. cold. Complete'tighteningjof your car only.-_.$2
Large assortment and priced at F .
and Mrs. J. B.Dye and sons
-{-_________ .$2.95, $3.95.95, $5.95 and $735 1 Li Dill Pickles large jar ,-'/4- ISe it Jacksonville were visitors at the
ii home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard -
.1 O Sunday; Chevrolet Motor Tune-up-lJ-lotor lubrication,
c Mr: and Mrs W. C. Wooten and and ad-
Ladies Hummingbird Hose 2 MEAL valves adjusted, carbueretor checked
Mrs.tars In George Jacksonville Anderson Saturday were vial-af justed ___________.._____--_________ 75c
c For, Easter wear all sizes,style and colors $1.00 GritslOpoundsl7e ternoon.A .
G*. party of vnunff Denote met /It
the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
Shoes for Easter o Dairylea Evaporated "Isnch-ird: Thursday night for the SHELL GAS AND MOTOR OIL AND
p purpose of serenading the young SHELL-PENN MOTOR OIL
I T I All sizes and styles_ .. ___ $1.95 and $2.95 MILK, 3 tall cans r r -20c married L.Rowe.couple.At 10 Mr.o'clock and Mrs.the Vern13 party-
Called on the young couple and ---
when they came out to greet the
Easter Hats Betsy Ross young people the bride was pre- All kinds of repairs on cars and boat motors.

''a" Now on display at _______ 95c, $135 and $235 U Sour Pickles, quart jar -,-V 15c j 9 9i tluth Those-entecl Rowe present with a Kathleen were box,of Doris and useful Bunjey Arthur-gifts. Tire repairs- and washing and polishing service

-- (ne Blanchard, Louise and Gullda
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Mario Thede Eunice Whitehead,

STUMP S i s A u L'SU i Doily Claude Edwards DInkins Rowe, Claude Edwin and Barrett Abbey Torode, Herley Hubard Billy; TEMPLE GARAGESam

WHERE LOWER PRICES RULE Harley, Robert Blanchard, Flutty Anderson Mgr., Next to Dr, Bigg office on Highwayr 13t
j aO Frigo Richard Thede. Howard
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=- 5 y ststs2szs s'zsZS sts szsrsrsrszs2sts szs sz REV. L.. '\\". KICKLITER ,been a pleasure and a great honorto it ,"'."' J'I !'

ANSWERS!: FINAL ROLL CALL have! known him. He has helpedme I 0( \

from boyhood until the present :

Bits oi Rev. L. VV. Klckllter, a hlghljesteeemod day In developing Into, I trust, a SocictyJAII Unusual iT

I and much beloved citizen fair citizen. I feel that he has : 'j

((4 passed to the great beyond I helped all who had tho honor and ,

Tuesday afternoon In Jacksonville, pleasure ot: knowing him. I think d

fa J-Dcal W'1 In the Confederate Soldier's Home, that he has been one of America's ICDtCLE8 I v, "

I* v where he had gone to spend a few greatest Christian gentlemen. He I ,
OF BAPTIST Nellie Marlines, served tempting
days. has been a citizen who has been 'j
W. M. S. TO MEET r"*reM>ro"'nts of apple pie, topped
The funeral was held Wednesday useful to who knew
I Concerning Our People, Business and I every person with whipped cream! tea and cofTea. -
afternoon at the First
Baptist him, and by his everyday Christ
The three circles of the .
Progress of the County and Town. Church, the service being conducted tan life exemplified/ his noble BaptistW. ;
M. S. will meet Monday afternoon The Noble White Circle will meetIn I
I by his pastor, Rev. a. P. Ray- character, he has caused;< those who -AT-
March 14th at 3 o'clock. The April with Mrs E. S. Matthews.
mond, assisted by Rev. Thomas came in contact with him to appreciate '
oo:.:eocnvnnSpdng >c:.> .: 525Zt2s.525252525i5Z525LSo: : Hansen, of Jacksonville. Each what the life ..of.a real places of meeting are as follows: Offering from the two circles 1 ,
Circle No. 1 with Mrs. P. E Ca- for state dues and! local work b
coats on sale at the J. & WEATHER REPORT minister paid glowing tributes to American citizen meant and be has
nova, Sr., Circle No. 2 with Mrs. amounted to $18.80.( STERNBERG'SSpecial
Sale. the life and labors of this fine old helped them. ,He has lived wh' a fi fiL
JR. Easter N. G. Adams and Circle No. 3 with
"-=--------- Compiled by Starke Branch U. gentleman. At the beginning of life that if every one who knew him Mrs. H. L. Brownlee.INTERMEDI.tT19 WOMAN'S CLUB HOLDS

,. G: C. Reed of Kustls, spenJ3uad 3. Forestry Department. the service the choir, which was would have taken pattern after MEETING

I Sfrrka. Week ending March 8, 1932. composed of Mrs A. Z. Adklns, him we would need no court houses, ,*
y'to G. A.'s MEET
Date Max. Mln. Prcclp. Miss Ethel Griffin, :Mr. L. O. Powell no jails, no judges, no peace officers The regular meeting of the for ,
Mar 2 84 M and :Mr. Owen Griffin with Mrs. but all matters Saturday
Winter Coats on sale at the J. iIR. no lawyers-- The Intermediate G. A.'. met at Woman's Club was held Wednes-
Mar 3 84 M F. H. Long as accompanist, softly would have been adjusted outsideof Mt
Sale. day afternoon, March 9th, with "
Easter the home of their councller, Mrs. ? '
Mar. 4 16 b6 .65 "Peace, Wonderful Peace." the courts. \U I
sang W. B. Mundy Monday afternoon.The Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght presiding. Unbleached Sheeting ,
Col; D. E. Knight attended court Mar, 5 10 60 1.3 At the close of the service they "Bradford county most especially devotional was led by Miss This was the annual business meeting ,

| jiacclcnny Tuesday. Mar 6 (Sf 53 sang "The Home Over There." mourns the loss of this great man, Dorothy Sapp, the president, after and the following officers for Good Quality : ;')

m Mar. 1 62 83 Mr. Klckllter was a veteran of and I am speaking for the peopleof which the remainder of the after 1932-33 were elected: 'r '.?]

Banter Hats of all descriptions Mar. 8 68 41 .21 the War Between the States, hav- Bradford county and all who noon was indulged In sewing. There I'resldont-Mrs. W. E. !.Ild<1le- ,.':i ,hf, ';i im im
Sale Total rainfall for week 2. 21 In. ing enlisted at the age of seven- had the pleasure and honor of ton. 5c : "
\\i. II- R. Easter were ten of the members present.
teen in Co. "K", 47th Georgia Regi- knowing this distinguished Christ- Light refreshments were served be- Vice-president-Mrs. L. O. Pow- I

H. :M. Snyder left Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Colley and ment. In the church decorations, Ian gentleman, tendering their fore adjournmentP.T. ell. '

| Mrs. home in Ozark, Ala. daughter, Miss Lois, left Wednes- Confederate and United States sympathy! to the widow and the Secre1l1ry-Mra. W. B. Parks. :r;; '

for. her day for a several days visit In flags were effectively used with family of Reverend Klckllter, who A. WILL MEET Treasurer-Mrs. C. A. Futch. v .

Senator T. O. Futch of Leesburg, South Florida with relatives. quantities of choice flowers, and lies this morning,a cprpse at his NEXTvEVNESDA Y Due to lack of time the annual! Children's Shoes I' :'6 6w

| visitor here Monday. the aged veteran wore for his last, home and whose funeral will take reports of officers were postponeduntil
was a Mrs. Ivy Jarrell will leave sun- long sleep a suit of Confederategray. place at the Baptist .Church this The Parent-Teachers Association April. Delegates to the convention Made by 'eQUALITY f

Silk Hose of all kinds on sale at< day for Ozark, Alabama, after avery afternoon at three o'clock. will meet next Wednesday, the of Federated Clubs to be GUARANTEED 2 E

I the J. *. R. Easter Eale. pleasant Visit In'Starke with Dr. Raymond took as a text for ., 16th, Inst., at three p. m., In the held In Gainesville this month were
Mrs. H. W. Carlton and family, his discourse the fitting words: Births school auditorium. A. prize will elected as follows: Mrs. N. D. .Ii

Mrs. W. E. Torode of Lawtey, "Well done, good /and faithful ser- Mr, and Mrs. Carl Andrews, :: be given to the grade having the Wainwright and Mrs. L. A. Davis; I $1.00LADIES ; |

I visitor in Starke Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. R.. J. Preston and! vent, enter thou Into the Joy of thy Starke, daughter,. March 4th. 'largest number of paid-up patron alternates, Mrs.:M. E. Edwards and :'I Y 1, tli
was a child and Mrs. R. J.. Preston, Sr., Lord." For more than half a cen- Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wilkinson, members. The annual dues are only I Mrs. W. R Mlddleton. '

Easter hemstitching 5o a yard of Tampa, enroute to Chicago, 111.,, tury the Rev. :Mr. Klckllter servedIn Lawtey_, son, March.6th. fifty cents. As thlsjs( the last I I. Mrs. J. M. Alvares announced I>. __

Sewing of all kind. Mrs. Pearrl spent the week-end In Starke.Mr. the ministry of the Baptist -METHODISTPreaching-.-- meeting for this term, there will be that in the near future Mrs. Val- I

| church. During his ministry he an election of officers for tho com I eria Parker will speak at the clubhouse DRESSES :-,
I Snyder and Mrs. J. F Klckllter, Jr.,, served twenty-seven different ing year. on "Social Hygiene," one of k.
at 11 I
Mrs. A. S. Crews and Mrs. C. H., and Mrs. C. A. Suddath, of Jacksonville -' Churches in this and adjoining Sunday morning her talks being especially for chil- NEW SPRING STYLESNo
and 7:30 Sunday evening.
in Jack- were here Wednesday at- counties. At the time of his death o'clock : FOOl DEMONSTRATION ATWOlIAN'S dren.
Ijfasworthy spent Monday tending the funeral of Rev. L. W., he was pastor of the Thomas Subject for evening service "The 'I CLUB TUESDAY The names of Mrs. R. B. Neal, two alike- J' ; IC

eonvllle Klckllter. Creek church, near Jacksonville, Prodigal. All welcome. -. Mm. R. A. Newsom Mrs. D. A.Montioth t.fp

Miss Mabel Anderson of Alma, 1 and for twenty-eight years he serv- MRS. JOHN T. ALSOP 4 Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Mrs. Herbert Hart Mrs.O. .

|Ga., was a recent guest of Mrs. W. '' Mrs. W. L. Wall, Mrs. J. E. Wilson ed that church. He was an Odd HONORED WITH LUNCHEON under the direction of the home A. Taylor, Mrs. W. A. Stem $2.95 tO $5.95Full I

I l:. Middleton. 'I' Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, and Mrs.J. Fellow and a Mason and was demonstration work with Miss Mrs. J. A. Saul Mrs. M. W Mor-

M. Brownlee are spending today burled with Masonic honors, a large The board of the Wom- Pearl Jordan county agent In row and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright I'

"Mrs. J. L. Frazee has returned 1 I Iin Gainesville with Judge and Mrs.. body of Masons attending the fu an's Club of Starker gave a delightful charge, Miss Ada Cornforth, of the Jr., were presented to the club for -
I home after spending several days. A., V. Long. neral. He was greatly! InterestedIn luncheon Wednesday In Home Economic department of the 'membership and were unanimously
education and was always a wel- and Miss Annie Fashioned Hose
I in Jacksonville. honor of Mrs. John T.: Alsop -Jr., Kellogg Company accepted.Mrs.
Mrs. H. C. Wall and Mrs. N. come speaker at the Bradford of Jacksonville. Mae Sikes, nutritionist, of Tallahassee J. L. Frazee, chairman of

Miss Martha Brownlee spent the Sternberg spent .Wednesday in County High School. For many Baskets of,varied color I Alachua with Miss Jacksonville. Mrs. Dan Pike of years he was a member of the gram for the meeting and securedas '
week-end In flowers centered the .prettily appointed -
I Martha Hague. ;Jacksonville accompanied Mrs. county school board and took great tables, where the guests A complete meal will be planned, a speaker, Mrs. John T. Alsop, ALL COLORS 's HJ?
Wall home for the week-end. Interest In that work until ill cooked and served. The public"U Jr., of Jacksonville, who spoke
enjoyed a tempting four-course
Mr. F. E. Wallace of Macon, Ga., health forced him to give it up. luncheon. At the honor guest's'place Invited, and all who can are urgedto very charmingly and Interestinglyon

I was the guest Tuesday of Mr. and Messrs. Len White and B. Tay He wax chaplain of the J. J. Dick- a lovely corsage of sweet be present and take advantageof "Beautification," stressing the 49c

I Mrs. W. H. Halle. lor, of Seattle, Wash., are here inson Camp, U. C. V. and also 'peas Intermingled with baby this splendid opportunity In practical side rather than the

looking after strawberry Interests. chaplain' for the Masons. breath was placed.Following learning these different' ideas these esthetic. n.
They are making their home at the Mr. Klckllter was born In States- ladles will demonstrate.Miss A delicious salad course with hot
Leslie Futch of Leesburg, spent the luncheon the party
I Monday with his grandparents Mr. J. B. Sapp residence while here., boro, Ga., but; spent most of the adjourned to the clubhouse, where Sikes will hold a meeting tea was served by Miss Mabel Wetter -

land Mrs. G. W. Alderman.Mrs. eighty-six years of his life in Flor- Mrs. Alsop gave an Interesting with the Junior 4-II girls from 1 Mrs. H. V. Knight: Mrs. H. H. 'Work Shoe SpecialMade
Dr. and Mrs. S. p Vandiviere IdaHis outstanding traits of till 2 o'clock. Young, Mrs. M. E. Edwards, Mrs.B. t
talk "Beautlflcaton. 1
A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. E. M. and little son, of Augusta, Ga., are character were loyalty, meekness, Those on present at- the luncheonwere Jacobs, Mrs. E. M. Johns, Mrs. by Peter's
expected Saturday for a several cheerfulness, friendliness, optimism MRS. L. A. DAVIS ENTERTAINS Ward and Mrs. J. L. Frazee.
( of Mrs.
Edwards were the guests : Mrs. John T. Aesop, Mrs. N.
days visit with Mrs. Vandlvlere's and confidence in his fellow- WITH LUNCHEON .
|J. L. Wilkes In Jacksonvile.Mr. D. Wainwright, Mrs. D. E. Knight,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Q. W. Alder- man: he was a good husband, a MRS. TOlAN MEETS WITH
Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs.O. L. Beas- S'1fr ;!
man. loving father, a splendid citizen A delightful affair of Tuesday DEMOCRATICVOMEN
D. Proctor of
and Mrs. T. ley Mrs. S. L. Peek; Mrs. A. Z.
and friend"Life's was a luncheon given by Mrs. L. A. -
I a loyal
Lake Butler, were visitors to Adkins Mrs. R. F. Demorest. Mrs. ,
I Mr. and Mrs. 0.,C. J. Scharff. of Davis in honor of Mrs. Christine Great enhuslasm was shown
Starke Wednesday morning.Mrs. Mlddleton Mrs. L. D. Vining,
W. E.
Womchese: N. C., Mr., 0. P. Men- work well done, Tolan, colonel of the Women's among the members .of the Brad .: I

Christine Tolan, of Flagler I zelle, of Minneapolis, Minn!, and Life's race well run.Ufa's Mrs. H. A. Dew and Mrs. R. J. Democratic party of Flagler Coun- ford County Democratic Women'sArmy
Mr. H. William Cain of Fort at a luncheon given by Mrs.
work well done,
I of Mrs. L. A.
Beach was the guest ty.The
Lauderdale, were guests at the Then comes rest. lower floor of the home was L. A. Davis Tuesday. A general
I Davis Tuesday and Wednesday.Mr. NATIONAL AND STATE OF-
Methodist parsonage Sunday after- Besides his widow, the deceased WOODMEN open ensulte and tastefully deco- discussion of the work which

Ray Colley of Wildwood, noon. The 'above 'party came leaves to revere his memory the FICERS CIRCLE HONORED OF rated with early spring flowers. already been done shows that the PetcAS '_ '

I spent the week-end wth his parente down from Jacksonville where they following sons and daughters: J. The guests, who were captains of men and women of the county are ;
.were attending to business. Sr. Star lie Mrs. E. the Bradford Democratic taking the cause of a Democraticadminl.tratlon
Klckllter County
I Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley. ; Roses, ferns and lilies were used and are ,
1 M. Thomas, Starke; Mrs. D. E. In decorating the Woodmen hall Army, were served a delicious three seriously
I 50. advertised at J. St tables out to win In the coming election. -$
Carl Sapp and Dorothy Sapp prints as Strange, Palatka; Mrs. Agatha when Starke Grove NO; 278 enter- course luncheon at small not been $1.49
I Gainesville i R. Easter Sale. Thomas, Stuart; L. C. Klckllter centering which were vases of Although the county has
spent the week-end in tained Miss Myrtle Oils'Crump, na- canvassed the captainsare
I at the home of Mrs. T. A. Steele. Stuart; Mrs. J. M. Cunningham, tional assistant attendant and state bright calendulas. thoroughly to It, In the class Big value for 111 tie money } f
the afternoon the work on tip-toe put
Sanford; Mrs. J. W. Conway, Jacksonville During
of Mrs. Rose
When your back Is broke manager, Tampa; counties of the state
with other
and and the work to be
Miss Pearl Jordan and Mr. C. C. And your eyes are blurred ; thirty grandchildren Rivers state assistant'attendant, accomplished, to which they
discussed. and make a showing t'
I Reed were dinner guests,Sunday of And your shin bones knock fourteen great-grandchildren. Mrs. Eula! Balentlne, state auditor, done was to with :
I Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Jordan of Ocala. And your tongue Is furred The Interment was In the family of Gainesville, and Mrs. Vonda In-. Enjoying the hospitality of Mrs. may point pride. Tuesday '
And tonsils plot In Prevatt cemetery, with De- state auditor of Starke. Davis, who Is colonel of the Democratic The women present on MunsingwearHOSIERY
your squeak man,
Enpter' hemstitching (Co a yardSewing And your hair gets dry Witt C. Jones Company In charge. One of the attractive features of Army of Bradford County, decided deserved that to win no that party did ever not won organize : or
Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mrs.J. t
The were: Honorary were:
of all kind Mrs. Pearrl And you're a most sure pallbearers the meeting was little Elsie Green for e
W. T. C. Robinson, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, and fight unitedly
Snyder. You're going to die L. C. Powell J. M. Truby, Freedie Wimberly dreafted In colon-- I
Blanch- Mrs. R. F. Demorest Mrs. J. M. and with the help of every m'ntnd "
A. ,
But you're skeered you won'tAnd Weeks, John Uglow, lai frocks presenting the "traveling to TRY A PAiR
ard J. W. G. W. Alderman Alvarez, Mrs. J. E. Corpenlng, Mrs.J. : woman voter they expect
Easter Dresses at sale prices at J. afraid you will gavel" and a satin '(JI11oow to the until the
L. W. Jr. Mrs. W. E. To- redouble their efforts They wear longer
H. ,
*. Boater Sale. Just drag to bed L. F. Thomas. Active, guardian, Mae Green. Andrews 25th. As 1 {
J. rode of and Mrs Christine campaign closes
A. Lawtey
Brownlee, Ray Newsom honors extended to
And have your chill Grand were

Miss Mary Brownlee, of DeLand, For you've got the flu Thomas, Harry Lewis, 8. 8. Dowl- guests, who were from Tampa Tolan of Flagler.Beach. an amount incentive of funds to secure, Mrs. the Davis largest will
the flu. lug and F. A. Scott. Gainesville Waldo and Lake But 89c & $1.00OVERALLS
you've got
I spent the week-end with her par- present the winner with a pin rep
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brown. -Redding (Iowa) Herald. Among the out-of-town people ler. The regular order of business W. M. H. CIRCLE MET resenting the Democratic donkey'

lee. -.-0 attending the funeral were: L. C. was conducted. The secretary announced MONDAY AFTERNOON Mrs. Christine Tolan of Flagler

Punta Gorda Redecorated Klckllter and daughter, Miss Lacy that a class of eight can- colonel of the Flagler

Mrs. Plaza Theatre reopened as the New May of Stuart; Mr and Mrs. J. A. didates were In waiting to receive Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., was Beach, who was a
Flora Woman's
Cady and daughters, County Army,
Misses Theatre. Cunningham Sanford; Mr and I the degrees of the Supreme Forest hostess to the Harriet Peek Circle assisted Mrs.
Beatrice at the ,
and Beverly guest
Mrs. T. B. Strange and family Pa-
of Woman's
Woodmen Circle. These ladies the Missionary Societyof
spent Sunday In Orlando with rela- Davis in instructing the captainsfor ;
Williston Miss Hazel Hardee atka; Mrs. J. E. Conway and famly Methodist church '1 Pa
I tlves. were admitted Into the grove and the Monday the completon of the drive PLOWMAN ft HAPORADE
opened American Cafe. Jacksonville; .L. W. Conway received the degrees of the order. afternoon, at her home on .West with renewed Interest I
and family, Jacksonville, E. K. A address Madison street. which began Two Good Brands 6'' .
Interesting was
Shirley and Francis Colley of after the business meeting
Conway and family, Jacksonville;I I devotional led
Hampton, spent Sunday with their given by national officer, Miss The service was followed. Many men and womenof
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Strange and Crump. The Starke grove received by Mrs. J. H.. RItch and the pro- who have not voted,
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. the county
Colley. children. Palatka; Mr. and Mrs.I second to the highest honors paid gram was In charge of Mrs. R. A. to register this or next 98c&$1.25MEN'S
I' prepare
FLORIDATII Edward Strange, Palatka; Mr. and by the "traveling gavel." In the Weeks.. There was an enthusiastic month to vote In the primaries and

Mrs. M. Mrs. J. B. Mills and children, Jack] state of Florida.: business session, plans being made
E. Edwards Miss Lois help the splendid cause.
Adklns sonville Mr. and Mrs. J. F Kick- The degree- staff put on' the- Initiatory for' future work. Mrs. J. W An- V'
end A. Z. Adklns, Jr., mOored
I to Gainesville Wednesday af Iter,' Jr., and Mrs. Carl Suddath, work In a 'beautiful and drews, Jr., was appointed chairman METHODIST GET:

ternoon. GAINESVILLE. FLA. Jacksonville; Mrs.! Janie Wood- Impressive manner. The hostesses of the ways and means com- TOGETHER MEETING SHIRTS ,

ward, Mrs. Walnwrlght.and son, served a salad course and hot tea. mittee. During the social periodthe /

Mr. and Mrs. J.: W.'Andrews and Program Week Mar. 10 Percy Thomas, Jacksonville; Em- hostess served dainty, sand- Wednesday evening; at the club Beautiful Pattern Extra /r

ehU i Jacqueline and Buddy ory Priest, Green Cove Springs; the I wiches and hot tea. There were house quite a number of Methodist
ren. THURSDAY FRIDAY and Braddock families and seventeen members Good Quality i
motored to Lawtey Sunday afternoon Oglevle gathered to talk over their church
to see Mrs. Andrews' father, JOE! E. BROWNIn other members of the Thomas A. W. Redgrave and Mrs. work and have a social evening.The .

w. E. J. Roberta. Creek Church, near Jacksonville GENT PD A. W. Anderson were joint poetesses pastor, Rev. W. F. Jones,
Smith from the Old Soldier'sHome the Noble White Circle
"Fireman Save My Mr. to presided over the meeting and $1.00
Jacksonville Ex-Governor which met at Mrs. Redgrave's
Paul ;; COLUMNFOR heard reports from the various organizations.
of ICnlght of the University Child" John W. Martin. Jacksonville.- home, with an attendance of seventeen E. K. Perrynum madea
Florida, la the
Gainesville spent
for the stew-
treasurer's report
Mra'Wt-emJ D. n.with his parents CoL and SATURDAY JUDGE PRAISESLATE RENT-noll'e with garage, tin. W. E. Middleton had ards. Mrs. A. Wood reported for r 4 YI,

KnlghUMrs. "FREAKS"With VETERAN C09: Clark street J. M. Alvarex: charge of the devotional service, the Woman's Missionary Society. TOWELS

It. the subject being "The Triumphs of Mrs. %V. F. Jones talked of t':'

U 1.(. Johns, Mrs. T. J. Grif"n LEILA IIYAMSlie Upon calling the court to order I ,- Christ "The Citizen's Responsibility children's work, and Mrs. E. K.

: and Miss Gloria Johns returned Strangest picture ever made Wednesday, Judge A. Z. Adklaa LOST-Jersey heifer cream color, for Law Enforcement" wia die Pcrrymin talked along Sunday Saturday Special t

Sunny 1us from a visit in Oviedo with tuUNUAY A TUESDAY asked the audience to rUe and In.he 'with short crump horn; 2 years cussed by Miss Amelia Ray, Mrs. school: lines. Size. 18x3A 1 r

L. n. Jordan. following words paid a fitting old, unmarked. O. C. Cason. It* M. E. Edward: and Mrs. A. Wood Mrs, J. W Andrews Jr., song
JOHN & tribute to of Starke's grand old The Circle leader appointed the
--- ---- two lovely numbers after which
to. J. B. Sapp and Mrs., W. B.Plant. MOREIn men Rev. L. W, Klckllter: SEEDS ARRIVING WEEKLY at following ways and means committee I refrenhnisnts were serveJ by Mrs.

Munuy, left Wednesday for "I regret to have to announce White's'!, such liS beans. corn : Mrs. K. S. Matthews, Mrs." I J. H. Retch Mrs. R. A. Weeks and lOc

Ot whir they will attend the ,"Ars ne Lupin"WEDNESDAY he death of o=e of our most noble poas, velvet bean, peanuts, chufas A. Z. Adkios and Mrs O. L. Beau- Mrs. W E. bllddleton.e '

strawberry Festival. ;.itlzena-a man whom I have mellon, cukes, squash, pep : Icy. Plans were m'der Improvements j ii

ANN HARDING :mown all of my life and it has per, tomatoes, okra, etc! 2-2G-St.< on the church lot I Largo--New fire truck for city i'

*rM- W M. and :Mr. In -- I The hostesses, assisted' by Mrs. -"-Ived recently. I
1 J Jrifft3, of) Oren Cove Springs. "PRESTIGE"Pletsre JUST RECEIVED = Shipment I of I It Pays to Buy AtSternberg's
guests all varieties seed beans and corn !
and"I9. 1fr::!. A.Sunday J. C.rlffla.o evening. of Mr. ( mode at Sarasota) DR. U. W. MARTIN also full lthe'gardenrseed TheM Steam Pressing Company Phone 52

.6...4U1LSJAY 4: 1"IUOAY- DENTIST ] are all northern grown seed< and

N. D.eur'tlll o( Cleveland "Strangers in Love"With Phone 33 hours 9 to ft | are new stock. Seeds are cheap DRY CLEANERS
o hlo. vaulted| at the home of Mr. er than for past twenty yeirs
1.114 Mrs.. \r. G. Halle this week Fred IC Mirth. Kay Francis Over CorpenlngV. Drug Store Get our prices before buying Suits Pressed 25c :Cleaned. and P""'"swl GOt r "

While caroute to Tampa: I J Brownlee Bros., Starke. 1-22-U I+i Hut Cleaned and Blocked. Trunk Thorain.: .,Prop.

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s FARM NEWS SECTTON Pine Low Trees Produce Chipped Best And the Worst is Yet to Come- I r. HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES I 1 i WRUF FAfeM PROGRAM

In Five-Year Test -- ]
-, t I Weekly from Heme Demonstnt- 4 "The Vole of Florida

Uon Specialist Tallahasse
.. Conducted Pine trees chipped one-fourth ( I -
By -tt--4Y
Inca per week gave more turpen- r i 4NexHwe' --.-.
tine And better profits than those Florida farm hou,
l. T. i
DIETS programs state
riven larger chips in 5-year test radio stauOll
PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent I recently concluded at Choctawhat- WRUF, as announced by the tnT.

I I chee National Forest In Florida, Lean meat, fish, poultry, eggs Ida Agricultural Extension Servlct

!according to a report by the U. S. 0' and cheese are muscle building contain many talks that will be h.

MARKETING FLORIDA heap Seed Offers Department of Agriculture con Rfsa foods. Like milk they build a resistance teresting helpful to farmers &lid
PRODUCTS DEMANDS to disease and should be home makers. These
Fine Chance to Get tained In Leaflet 83. programs are
MORE CONSIDERATION There were 60 trees in the test Included in the diet several timesa 1 roadcast each week day from noon

Pastures Started /averaging 11 Inches in diameter week. Eggs are especially important to 12:45. eastern standard time.

t, (By Spuds Johnson.) 4 1.2 feet above the ground. They for children and when possible The schedule follows:
The time has arrived when growers were divided into three equal it is desirable for each per- Sat., Mar. 12-Flortda
d With grass seed much cheaper F'arnI
; of Florida fruits and vegetables son to have one If News and Hints. Farm
I han they have been In a long time groups. All were treated alike except egg per day. Editorial
consideration -
r must give moat serious that your food dollar were divided Into Snapshots.
i low la a fine chance for farmersnd one group was chipped
to problems connected with llvestockmen! to establish I one-fourth Inch, another one-half five parts, fifteen to twenty cents :Mon., Mar. 14-Feeding and Man.

( ;h marketing their products.drained Haphazard the lermancnt pastures, says W. B. inch, and the other three-fourths should be spent for meat, fish and aging Chicks-Norman R. Meh"rhof.

methods have stokes, agronomist with the Flor- Inch weekly during the season of eggs. Dried beans and peas are Diseases of Chicks DUring

late of Its Justly deserved profits 'da Experiment Station. 32 weeks each year for the S years. many-sided foods and it Is well to the First Two Weeks-Dr. E. t.

long enough. It Is time for a lit Mixtures containing lespedeza! :Another advantage of the low use them freely in low cost rations. Thomas.

tie straight thinking and Intelligent hould be sown pretty soon, since chip was the low-chipped trees r Cheese may be used for the main Tues.', Mar. 15-The Blueberry

action. :teapedeza must be sown In the! produced more dip, rich in turpen- dish of the meal as a substitute Fruit Worm-Fred W. Walker
1( We spend a vast amount of time, -- for meat or fish. Each of the following Farm Question Box.

r pring so as to reseed itself next I tine, and less scrape. The value of --
c labor and money In the productionof them rear. For the northern halt of the products obtained from the recipes will serve six per- Wed., Mar. 16-Mrs. E. C. Me.

our crops and then send :.he state lespedeza and carpet low-chipped trees should aver.geseveral sons. Coy, Mrs. S. P. Getzen and MI*
' 4 1 market with a "lick and a promlee" V
to Bethea
a will not trass, sown at the rate of 10 Ibs. hundred dollars more per Ir Cheese Sauce Henry Alachua county
and a prayer that we will tell about
when ach per acre, have proven to be season than! that from the larger Ingredients r 2 tablespoonfuls home orchards.!
bills for them
' receive freight Thurs. Mar.
q of the most mixtures chips. Crop
me stalsfactory 2
sold. Most of us admit butter tablespoonfuls a
, they are Tree health and growing powerwere S Experiments In Florida-M. l R En.
( : dash of 1-2
selling arrangementsare 4:4t pepper, teaspoonful
that present On tho heavier soils of lower cen- also conserved by low chip- sign. Spuds Johnson visits the
not satisfactory, but outside of !Sr salt, 1 cupful milk, and 1-2 to 3-4
'ral and south Florida ping. Such conservative chippingalso Agent.
carpet, cheese.
few of us do I cupful grated
lot of talking, very Fri. March
a -What
4 Oallla, and Bermuda grasses have promises early profits by tur- Melt the butter, remove from a FlorIdian -

situation proven most satisfactory. When pentining trees that are to be finally t t) fire, add flour, salt, and pepper, Sees on a Terminal Market-
ill three used B to 10 cut for lumber. At the end .. D. E. Tlmmons. Bottom Rot and
to certain extent, by our- are pounds stir smooth, add milk gradually,,.
least a
i,.; at "f each per acre are suggested, or of the five years the low chipped boil 1 minute, add cheese, and serve' Related Cabbage Diseases-R. u,f,
selves. trees had faces about four feet ,... '. Fulghum.
On every hand more cooperation 10 pounds of carpet with 10 I as soon as it is melted. I I .

la urged. Perhaps It would help. pounds) of either of the other two !high compared with 10-foot faceson Cheese sauce may be used as HERNANDO AGENT NAMED

marketing Is not will make a good mixture. A mixture the high chipped trees. dressing for vegetables, with foods
But cooperative After little low = 3f'w' lf1vt9+O'- ?sr I Brooksvllle, Fla.-B. E. Lawton
a practice the ;
the only panacea. for our ills. of carpet and Bermuda is : .. like macaroni, on toast, with breadcrumbs I
y In the first place, we must produce recommended for the flatwoods .chips are easy to make, and can be on croauetea.. or around I began work here March 1 as County
agent of Hernando
of the type which the toils of this section. .1.made without Increased cost by or- omelets. county, aucceeolng -
I market a crop wants. If the demand There are other fine grasses dinary laborers. Small hacks, LEAVE FARMING TO FARMERS drive anywhere. Liberty would de- Fish Loaf John Henry Logan who

shifts from flat headed to round like Bahia and centipede, but seed number 0 or 00, facilitate the work. stroy itself. Use 2 cupfuls cooked or canned was recently transferred to Manatee
Two French faces with a fourinchbar Business men have ruined farm- So let's all stop butting in on the county. Mr. Lawton Is a graduate .
not available at
J headed cabbage, for instance, then are In quantities fish, 1 cupful soft bread crumbs, 2
ers and this ruined them. I use other fellow's business. Let the from Clemson College a
of bark betwen them give fur- my ,
to farme-a.
should shift over and grow the a satisfactory price beaten eggs, 1-2 cupful milk, 1-2
; we round heads. I' If the mltxure is to be sown on ther promise of high yields, rapid own farm to prove this. My house banker lend his money, the merchant teaspoonful salt, 1-2 teaspoonful and has served as county agent ol
healing, and tree health than the needs painting, I want a passengercar sell his goods, the doctor heal Madison county Fla., for nine
I In the second place, we can do bare land, it should first be prepared onion juice, 1 tablespoonful. pars-
still more In the way of making by disking or breaking and one American face commonly used. a new truck, new plows, etc., the sick, the agent sell his land, ley, and 1 tablespoonful lemon years.
y a new barn and henhouse the
and mechanic mend
our cars, the
the seed be covered with a
attractive when they may juice.
ad our products many other.things. If I were able preachers show all of how to
draw harrow brush weed- SIIEEI' HAVE PLACE IN us
or Remove bones
arrive the market. We can trim drag, from fish, mix the
it on to buy all these articles, It would live and the to heaven and .'!!: .' I
up loose leaves and otherwise Increase er. They may sown on seasoning, eggs; milk and crumbs .
where cattle are grazing oats, HELD IN CHECK give work for many men. .Multi then we farmers can raise all any- and add "
R the neatness of our pack- rye to the fish. If mixture Is !S "
ply my needs by all the millions of one needs and will be able to ','
or vetch and the cattle allowed we -
1 peas, too moist add more crumbs and C 1
ages. farmers in the world (for all sell at fair and ; ; .
have the nearly a price buy from h' t '
to trample the seed under. Sheep a place on "
c In the third place, we can use gen- mold Into loaf. Bake in moderate ::.I., '>
better packages and load them better Lespedeza planted now should eral farms of Florida, but internal are In my fix), and there would be all others what they produce. oven for 1 hour, and garnish with -\ :II'": ..: .. _. ,

e in the cars, so that they will furnish some grazing from Juneon I parasites, the greatest drawback work for everybody.I KARL G. DALY parsley. ;.!'':.ts'; '': "t.::>".i'r':1 r., ''":.r 7".:, ,-: q,}

r arrive on the market In good con- while the other grasses will not I to.the industry, must be controlled, duce have for the raised enough farm pro- In Southern. Rurallst Shirred Eggs :..r-:;..;' :;;, .... ..a..J
dition. An investigator from the furnish much until next season. Dr. A. L. Shealy, head of the Experiment past years to have Use 6 ggs, 1-3 cupful milk, and
Continuous will to Station Animal Husbandry paid for all these needs; but owingto
grazing help 2-3
State experiment Station spent cupful buttered crumbs. Breaka
keep the native from Department said in a recent low prices'received, I haven't low Pf cais "CS
several days In New York recent'y, grasses BOATDRAIN washed egg into buttered custard
choking out the radio address. been able to pay for them, so I R!
and saw the Florida products as carpet grass.PROGRESS cup cover with milk and crumbs, Made l''sri
make out with the old articles and Miss! Susie Allen Cor
There Is much land in the state ,
they arrived on the market. Broken bake in moderate oven until set, .Look ftuwM. til* canyosM ef rowmvrc fany
hampers and crates were not I OF FARMCOOPERATION that Is adopted to grazing and yet keep on patching. season and $..-...cly t ftUttcv" over t2,*pamM''rua of
l SHOWNBY cannot be otherwise profitably Here Is the trouble: Bankers, serve.Anna ............1 pUnM ob enr. Ih. minion ol
A large crew of men Mae Sikes.
uncommon. Mrs. Mae Bailey returned home omltfrlitU homes of liw.allmh CmtitniW
merchants, real estate dealers lawyers
Is maintained at the railroad terminal VOLUME HANDLED used. Sheep should return profits Wednesday from the in all thta poMlLla I ..*. b tti. tnita of
for the purpose of recooperlng on such land, and many farms in doctors, mechanics, and even Rhode Island. The biggest drawback to the .......and pro._Uyy .rttf.Mufa.i.f4.
Much in the state could afford to own 40 to preachers are speculating in farm fry ode gmtmat gasp 0'jlncm-faf'"i* '
))4 these broken. crates. Recoopered progress cooperative organization land. Business and Mr. Lloyd Johnson and Miss A vie sheep Industry In Florida is worms. ml .conomfe .My fh* .."., *.. MT I
sell for less at the has been made! since the 50 head, shifting them from field professionalmen The
products always Woodard visited Miss Susie Allen Experiment Station and county h4. NSURANCE! Vow banker,b* I
n auction. And sad to relate, by farr passage of the Agricultural Mar- to field as gleaners. buy a farm. To help sell It agents have shown that the 7... .de .--.... ne..d'C :
There they: go Into some kind of farming, Sunday.Mrs. .......- y_.----1
Act. The of this are today over 66,000
the greater part of the re-cooper- keting measure worms can be economically controlled I
hoping to at least make Laura Flnley la 111 at this S..dshh. .,m"r" Y 1. .S II
ing necessary was with Florida program. Is Indicated by the Im- head of sheep In the state. Most of expenses, writing. ..-.u.,.._ ,
i products, both vegetables and cit mense volume of farm products them are kept mainly for wool pro- but if they lose, they hope to sell Rev.

handled last year by the large na- i duction. The Porset, Hampshire, the land and clear enough to make China Grove McGauley Baptist preached church at Sun the A few rows of summer squash HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE

rus.A little serious consideration tional or central cooperative agents and Southdown breds have proven up the lose While they are doing day planted' around the cucumber or
established by cooperatives with successful in the state. Gradingup this; they are adding more and morning.
given the package and packaging Mrs. Nettie Berl Gorman made a cantaloupe field will trap borers,
situation right DOW should pay big the aid of the farm board. Preliminary a herd by 'breeding purebredrams more to the surplus that we already trip to see her husband Saturday says the Experiment Station. STARKE. FLORIDAPyorthea

dividends. For heavy products, reports show that duringthe to native ewes, is desirableand have. Close to my farm there afternoon at Chattahoochee.Mr. --. _
i 1931 calendar cotton less expensive than buying I s one place that has been boughtby
the hamper Is fast being replacedby year .
E. :M. Donnelly and Mr. A. -" .
'- .
trader "-
the crate In other states. growers delivered to the American purebred flocks. a bookkeeper, manu- -
M. Glisson visitor
Cotton Coperatlve Association and The most important parasitesare facturer, clerk, merchant and cot- were to Jacksonville -
; Fourth and last, every care first of the week.
should be taken to ship to honest the Staple Cotton Cooperative As- stomach and tape worms, and ton mill operator Each raised lots
Mrs. Nettie Berl Gorman visited
t commission men and other dealers sociation and the Staple Cotton annually they cause a heavy loss of fruit and other farm products, Miss Susie Allen Sunday afternoon. sP
{ Cooperative Association-more than to the Industry. Sheep that are Infested but had to make up their losses
who will give us a fair break when We are to hear that Len-
our products arrive at the terminal two and one-quarter million balesof become thin and unthrifty, out of their other business. The nard Bowers sorry Is 111 and
markets. cotton. Producers marketed the eye membranes are pale or col- products they tried to sell all help- very hope

s, through their twenty-one coopera- orless, the skin la pale and paper- ed to keep the real farmers from be will soon recover.
Mr. Pitts from Starke was at
SPRAY CRAPE MYRTLE tive agencies affiliated with the like, and a diarrhea persists.The selling theirs.
China Grove Church
;; WITH LIME-SULFUR TO National Livestock Marketing Association i treatment consists of Duly a few year ago( I have Sunday eve-

STOP POWDERY MILDEW more than 8,000,000 head drenching the sheep with a 1 per- driven my team into the heart of ning. Claims Another Victim

of Uvestck. The Farmers Na- cent solution of copper sulfate and Birmingham, stopped anywhere, --

Its Powdery mildew of crape myrtlecan tional Grain Corporation handled snuff made by adding 4 ounces of turned In any direction, and no one

beat be controlled by spraying more than 187,000,000 bushels of bluestone and 4 ounces of snuff to objected. Should we be allowed to

iy grain. In addition its regional allow the snuff to steep overnight.The do this now/trafflc; wtluld be blocked -

according members (cooperatives owning the dose of this solution is 3 up by 8 o'cll'-k: a. m. Then

oglst with the Florida Experiment stock of the Farmers National) ounces for yearlings and older should a fire brc-.ejk out In the cen- Fair

Station. sold many millions of bushels directly sheep and 1 1-2 ounces for Iambs ter of the'city, the fire engines

This disease will first appear In on terminal and local mar under six months old. could not grit to It and millions of

lti the early spring on the early kets. The National Wool Market- M dollars would be burned up and

shoots. Affected plants will be covered Ing Corporation received (through LOOKING AT IT THIS WAY many lives lost and one could
ti with a white mealy somewhat member' cooperatives) more than I I t

dusty growth. They will be stunted 116,000,000 pounds of wool and mo- "Farmer have been under the. GET UP NIGHTS?

the leaves thickened and small, hair. Growers delivered to the Impression that the Agricultural

and the flower clusters will fall. National Pecan Marketing Assoclaion Marketing Act was passed for
Make This Z3c Test
hot weather of mid-summer about 4,000,000 pounds of pe- their benefit," C. O. Moser, vice f<" k
ElEven. favorable to this disease. ana. The total business' of dairy President of the American Cotton Use this bladder laxer to drive L; f-gW.:: '. was beautiful-or would have been If it hnrtn't

In the spring it does most sooporatlve marketing: ossocia- Cooperative Association, told a out impurities and excess acids been for her teeth. THEY WERE: FALSE I A neg-

r in shady places. The infection tons amounted to more than half sub-committee of the House of which cause Irritation that results Quickly Bleaches lected case of pyorrhea had ruined her teeth-her

'v spreads rapidly, covering \ billion dollars. Approximately Representatives on February 16. la.leg pains, backache, burning and SkinsDull looks. Had she consulted her dentist in time had
the entire plant In a week to 10 ::00,000,000 pounds of creamery "We take the position that if It getting up nights, KU-KETS, the Muddy ,

f days. utter and 100,000,000 pounds of I suits those for whom it was passed bladder laxer containing buchu ,ordinary appearances vanish her teeth thoroughly cleaned and the tarter removed -

i The lime-sulfur solution should cheese were made in cooperative it Is hardly becoming for thoseto juniper oil etc., works on the bladder as blemishes and defective feature THEN used Riggs Medicated Tooth Powder

4 not be stronger than 1 part to 80 plants last year object whom the farmers have pleasantly and effectively as are forgotten under the lure of the her teeth might have been saved-her attractiveness

", parts of water. It should be ap- decided did not handle their busi- castor oil on the bowels. Get a 25c bewitching beauty instantly rendered preserved for years. Riggs is not only a preventative -

plied Just as the buds burst In the MORE FEED CROPS ness In a satisfactory way. It Is a box: ((5 grain size) from your drug- flabbiness Beneficial freckles in correcting wrinkles of pyorrhea, but a pleasant cleanser as

spring to prevent the formation of violation of any sacred principlefor gist. After four days, if not relieved tan, vrell. You'll like it.

;, spores to spread the disease. A second Cross City Fla.-Farmers In an' employer to discharge his of getting up nights go back GOURAU3SWMta. ::

application, about two weeks Dixie county are planning to grow delinquent employee?. This is and get your money. You are

later, may be necessary to prevent about 20 percent more corn, pea- what farmers are In the process! of bound to feel better after this OR1ENT4l I t.k. plu..ra In ..po.t.... *. r.. tint I .... ...
3 Infection of the growth that has developed nuts, and cane this year, and more doing. And doing it at the sugges- cleansing and you get your regular CREAM c...pl.h.d a ...sptet..ur. .( ..n>. had .... *l porffcM"
since the first spraying. attention Is being paid to growing tion of the moat prominent and sleep. Locall at Mitchell's. Drug t.......k t... ... .l poor Dim R...d.. powd.r. IItnporti ....tl..
FlMh and ...._Mtarf. that the X-ray .h... ....... tk. .".... .( the
other food and feed crops, reports successful business! men of the Store. dliuM. ... ......... .1 which., ... kmi ........
APPLICATIONS FOR CROP County Agent D. M. Treadwell.The countrymen who have found )1 I mm mil ......,..... with ..." ... !. r..r ........ttuo
1 LOANS SHOULD BE MADE from experience that It pays for a << ) ... en wriU. thus Mt ..It...... ..j MllciUtlra wkT ..>
TO COUNTY COMMITTEES Florida Experiment Station business or an Industry to control .. .

Washington D. C. County recommends:ead arsenate spraying to control now the with cur- the the channels movement of of trade Its products aa nearly thru as Strawberry Plants of QualityWe r W.per a.Inly.'rRATCUEIt.I .

_ committees are the authorities to :ulio In peaches and plums. feasible Into _. --
economically the
whom farmers should apply for hands of the consumer. Experience. have fine River Bottom grown berry plants I ForTEETH a'D

__ crop production loans allocated to Disinfect old hog houses with Is proving its wladom and profit state certified and fine as grown. Missionary, Im- I
# the Secretary of Agriculture, says
crude oil to keep down lice. ableness." INSURANCE"
director Henry S. Clark.If -- proved Klondike, 1000, $2.25; 5000, $11; 10,000

the application Is satisfactory $20. Blakemore, new and fine, very productive Use
4 to the county committee it Is sent You'll know
earlier than
4 to the regional office and If ap- never how gooda t\; Missionary or Klondike, twice as pro

; proved, checks for the initial Installment cigar can be until you ductive. 1000, $3; 5000 $13; 10,000 $25. Buy your

of the loan will be mailed L plants through
_.t,Il at once. have smoked a O.. my agents, Brownlee Bros., Starke. RIGGSI

u County agents are advisors to.I. G. W. Roberts, Lawtey. If you can't see one of

the county committees, and are in I WAS 8i them order direct, but be sure to buy our quality I I

Ma!, position Information to regarding furnish farmers; the loans.with ,., NO plants.any day_now Catalog you want tree for plants.asking. We can ship Medicated Tooth PowderSold


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} Most Speedy Remedies Known GAINESVILLE CANDY CO., Gainesville, Fla. JUDSONIA ARKANSAS I Rlgga Medicated Tooth Powder Co. Orlando, VI-*

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: : ; peacemakers: for they eholl bel Christ 1 The Poinsettia bears the name of iJoes i ', '
-'; ;:j ... raised; and If Christ be not .
"::" .". :; -- called the children of God.I. raised, your faith Is vain; :ye nr R. Polnsett, native of Charleston ": t ;

In -;;; Peter 3:10: 11. For that will yet In your sins. If In this life J J'iI" S. C., who,"whlla American .,;,1 .\ 'i I

[I IU1J :' I--- d love life, and see good days, let him only we have hope in Christ, wire l + Do You Know + minister to Mexico in 1325-29: Rent j l.i:

: .: i retrain his tongue from evil and of all men' most miserable.\ the first of these plants to this 1'U
his country from :Itexlco City.
lips that they speak no guile. Cor. 10; 1219. ;,,I
Let him eschew evil and do good; 9. What positive declaration The Bougralnvillae bears the j I
-Ih,word is i lamp unto my feet. tnJ alight unto my path.-Psalm 119105.: let him seek peace and ensue it. does the apostle then make "But name of I.. R. de Bouganvtlle, a r "''/.

lrIUU AH religious : or Romans 12:18.: If It be possible, now is Christ risen from the dead French navigator and explorer. r: 1 1CLlCnK'

r.r. le1tInrl,1nf' : creed, if they are to haved any claim as much as lIeth in you, live peace end become the first fruits of them jy RItPOR' : ,t',, ;

.nnn the love, loyalty devotion of the people, must be In harmony with ably with all men. that slept. For since by man came ;J i i"i: \

teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice Prayer: May the peace of God death, by man came also the resurrection Report of the risk, of Circuitiirt ./" 1
the heart, and of whom it was said in John 7:46 "NEVER MAN b 'In and for Bradford. C iu.ty, "1 '
which all
I thfl human : MAN." passeth! understandingguard of the dead. For as Inj i iI # .. PlnrMa, nn account. nf Taxea a.....- 1J 5J. N
SPAKE LIKE THIS and keep our hearts, through Adam all die even so In Christ shall t\ eg9 ..d for the year Iftl*.

Pastor of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use thin. de- ,Christ Jesus our Lord. I all be made alive. Verses 20-22. <" A.., Fin.irma-ht March. fez' I xnlUctor.Starke 1131.10,4R1T: ay, i f t

..rtnient for news of church activities, organizations and announce Remember the Sabbath Day to Note. The resurrection of n t: r.ae.r P... .. .1"1'' d
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me11G' Space freely given and no charge made-the only requirement Keep it Holy-Exodus 208.: Go to Christ is the pledge of our resurrection To"v hsl.nmnxint due llnrted F n 1 'u_ ., 1(14( IK 1'st

I belnlf; that such Items reach this'office before Wednesday morninghirwlae :church Sunday. and future Ufa. To bal. due F..". f _.__ .i4io1.l1 '4 .,
cannot be handled. for current Issue. rew..C icnrfrtreit I ,
they .
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e- bal l. due Feb 1 3,155.61 .' ,
DAILY BIBLE THOUGHTS PRESnYTKIUANServices rev amount cnllcted .- :: 67.66 ,;;, .
To hat due. F..h. 19C 5,136,13 i l''
1 Testament he told the truth. ctl
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;flgUNDAY SCHOOL 1 those statements to Thomas were March 11 Sunday, March 13, as WTAtMf.. .. .R..or. J.: 1

I LESSON I true, then we have no means of Following Jesus Be ye kind follows: Tn"v hal amount. due collected"* >.. I _- .._-._. t/'rn.B.u IS f f'.d, 8

I salvation other than belief in Jesus one to another, tender-hearted, 10 a. m. Sunday school J. M. S t To hal due Kch. ,,> __ .(,37ft,QT '''' I? ;

1- as the Son of God, as a sacrifice forgiving, one another, even as God Truby supt. Tn hat due Ceecty....... I.......1.... I/125 I,\ ii'
FOR MARCH IS, 1032 for our sins, and as our advocate for Christ's sake hath forgiven you. 11 a. m. Morning worship, ser Rv amount collected. ---------- 984 l l

with God. The apostle Peter was -Eph. 4: 32. mon by the pastor. Theme, "The To bal. Coantr due Fen e:.
Subject: Jesus Comforts His Disciples. right when he said unto the Rulers, March 12 Saviour Denied." L '1'" bal. due Feb. I -.. _. 1.''T1I jl '

"Neither is there salvation In any Our Own Salvation Wherefor 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor To bnl nmonnt due Feb cnlncted. t .-- -. _._ .qe61,43 Il68ft ''Ii t't'f'v

Golden Text: "Peace I leave with other; for there Is none other name my beloved, as ye have always Topic, "Do I Want to a Christian 7" s ('-...tir r.lla. 'IhI!

you my peace I give unto you: not under heaven given among men, obeyed, not as in my presence only, Leader, Miss Lewis. To hnl amount. due collected Fi-h. 1 v._ ._._ 4411 5.00.001v {, y.'\\t'

as the world giveth, give I unto whereby we must be saved. but now much more in my absence, 7:30 p. m. Evening worship, song To Eel <1u. Vrk. I" 417.0U "l W,!

Let not your heart be troub- The conversation between Jesus work out your own salvation with and sermon. Total anfe.trlieel. ., -Reaeler I t' 'l'
you. Tn 1>,1. hit Fc 1 ._. 11,074 II ,, '
led neither let it be -afraid. John and the disciples continued, "If ye fear and tremblt .-Phil. 2: 12. Prayer meeting Wednesday at Rv amount ccillticted _- 11 III '';,,,r,: ;.",

14:27." had known me, ye should have March 13 7:30: p. m. To bal rine 11..1 K-i.>. 81 ..._... h,153.36 '1'1'1,1,i(;," '.,;.,I '\

Lesson Text: John 14118.: known my Father also Philip Peace and Truth Thus said The annual Every Member Can- To hnl. due Fnh< I .. .U810( "
Jesus had Just instituted the salth unto him Lord shew us the the Lord Call unto me, and I will vass of the congregation will be fly amount rollecto _--.-- ? 91 89 ;i I;' : ''r
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To hal due HVS .IU.1t "
Lord's Supper, and had given the Father, and it sufflceth us. Jesus answer thee, and shew thee great made Sunday, March 20 beginning A..I..lt..1. ,. i, 1. 'I I

disciples a new commandment"That -' saith unto him Have I been so longa and mighty things which thou at 2 p. m. Dr. J. M. Mitchell, can To Py hnl nmonnt. due collected Ki-h. 1 _. ...___ (47 9 H4 S* .f"!

ye love one another, as I time with you end yet hast thou knowest not. Behold, I will vass director.A To bal. due F.b III( 131." 1:1": ..\\
this shall all T Believe and I will cordial invitation to all our Wldnw'] Praatoa F.e4. +" ,. ,v I
known health and
have loved you. By not me, Phillip bring It cure, .. To bal. dun Fi1 .u... 1471 ,; t I"If)
men know that ye are my disciples, me that I am in the Father, and the cure them, and will reveal unto services extended to all. J 1 1 V "'W .. By amount collected -- .. 9.e. y,;:
II ye have love one to another." Father in me: or else believe me them the abundance of peace and ," To bat due Fen. III( .- .. <17. iOnts4aadlac "";,

Peter had declared his willingness for the very work's sake." truth.-Jeremiah 33: 2, 3, 8. EIGHT COMMANDMENTS Tn bal, due frtt. 1 .__ ._._ ,1,111.61 i't : i ', ,'
PAIUilNGParking pAblene. c........ NNlwl Refw,. By amount collected .___ _.. 67 K6 1 I. } .
to follow Christ and die with One of the greatest proofs of the March U FOR i! :
To bal due Fob 8 8,825.11 "
him, and Jesus had told Peter that divinity, -sonship and sacrificial Sealed for Redemption Grieve In the bio grain elevators st Montreal there Is a machine that Road *% Uridsrv l...-.-..-.--and--- Sink. ;-J'a, II f't b,

three times that night he would death of Jesus is the miracles he not the Holy Spirit of God where Is one of the most vexatious THAT pIcK up a loaded freight ear, and toning It about as though It To t>al. due Feb.!.. Faad I .nuo 64By "'-t:" tll I. '

deny Jesus. did. If we believe that by speaking by ye are sealed unto the day of municipal problems. On the were a toy. empty It of Its grain In bee than a' minute? The photog.'aph> amount collected -_ -. 51556 : It J G'}j//,' '

Judas had deserted Jesus and the command he cured the sick, redemption.-Eph. 4: 30. one hand there must be regulations shows a freight ear being unloaded by on. of these machine. Toe To bal. due Fib tit ..19.197.6 .C ,'1 ,,
unloading record of one of these machine 'Is three ears In two minat**. U. W. ALDERMAN I 1\1.\ '
was dealing with the priests for his healed the blind and raised the March 15 to Insure a safe continuous Clerk Circuit Court. J,f .{

betrayal dead we can hardly doubt that he The Golden Rule: Whatsoever ye flow of traffic, and on the other, I 1 f.7.1: .
Then Jesus addressed the eleven was what he claimed to be. would that men should do to you, the rights of business in each particular TRAIN SCHEDULE "o. 7' Norirn TO ,..,"-'01111 AND unoo. {II'I
ir UHNntic \ W. I !
Apostles, "Let not your heart be Then Jesus gave to his disciples, do ye even so to them: for this is district must be considered .' ."' 'nRcnt: I I I. nereby Klven that all .t, ', I II p ,

troubled: ye believe in God believe and to all who accept and follow the law and the prophets.-Matt MaxweU N. Halsey, traffic engi- Our schedule changes Mnrch Othn ..'-4 -0 r more than :; nil orndltor persons' leirateeH. ItavUiK. ,, distribute claim airalnst and -Ii'i'. .. !(:'if!

also In me. In my Father's house him, these promises, "Verily verily, 7: 12. neer of the National Bureau of "A trams will run as follows: .9.1't F' .' 1' r'lnte Road No. 1Vtwccn ': the estate of II. B Humphrey, d.. ''I': ;W

are many maslona: if it were not I nay unto you, He that believeth March 10 Casualty and Surety Underwritershas Southbound, local No.1, due Are">cH-1 "31 Lake Annie teased. their, are hereby. requested to present i' p', ,,. \'
clnlm to the honorablel.o.
10, I would have told you. I go to on me, the works that I do shall he How to Conquer An Enemy- evolved the following table o' Itarko: 11:12: p. m. fiemlnolo! "c nnrv. neconl: smallo ( A. Oar"I".rL county judire of "\;: I, I ,;

prepare a place for you" do also; And whatsoever ye When a man's ways please the commandments on the subject: Mrt-nnd. local. No. 11, duo county In the nttto produces a: llradford county. Florid, for his approval '1 1' }

Some versions of the scripturedrop shall ask in my name, that will I Lord, he maketh even his enemiesto 1. Thou "hM. not ?. "* -.. ..'--- Starke 9:35: : a. m. ru lly mar: C-tory' than the who hereof, or within this notice one. year will from b* held date In ..J; 1\ .( ;,,1

the "ye" In verse 1, which do that the Father may be glorified be at peace with hlm.-Proverbs to an Intersection as to( Interfere UouthbounJ l.mlted No. 107, due st-t of California. bar thereto. and all pemoim Indebted ;\ !, :,
I .
tn said eetat to !
makes some difference In the In the Son. If ye shall ask any 16:7.: with the maximum line u. ... Clarke 10:28: a. m. Florida's legislature convenesregular I said debt ar. forthwith requested to paytheir the ;Y .[:

meaning. We like the old versionThis thing in my name, I will do It. Ifxe Match 17 permitted by the fixed obstructionon Southbound limited No 191, due session biennially, meetln uml rslsned executor.Thl I ;.

Christ's last discourse began love me, keep my command Walk With Christ-As ye have the corner Starke 11:00: p. m. the first Tuesday in April of th 11th day of March A. S. CIIWW8 A. D to., .. :'f'" -!t.t?;"

with assurances "applying not onlyto ments. And I will pray the Father, therefore received Christ Jesus the 2. Thou shalt not park In double Northbound local No.2, due odd year. 3-ll.lt-a-l K"culor. .;:; ,; 1

those eleven followers, but quite and he shall give you another Lord, so walk ye In him: Rooted line at any time or place. Starke 6:19: \. m.Northbound Florida's governor and the hea,U NOTlflO Of AI'PMOVHOKI' FOR .1 : If .. !:

is directly to all that love the Lord, Comforter, that he may abide with and built up in hIm and established 3. Thou shalt not park at an local No. 12, due of the state departments are elect TAX" I>IOri> \r Af'J\: I
all the Even the of in the faith, as he have been streets of sufficient ed fur termi rf four Notice, I I. hereby. given that Col. I ) .-
through ages. you for ever; Spirit angle except on Starke 3:31: p. m. years. W. T' Week, bolder of tax oertlf- ;:f"
Then Jesus said. "And If I go and truth; ye know him: for he taught, abounding therein with width to permit two channels in Northbound limited No. log due The bees in Florida produce thro lent No. (ID, end day of July, A. D 1 .' :'

prepare a place for you, I will dwelleth with you, and shall be In thanksgiving.-Col. 2: 0, 7. each direction and only where stale Starke S.SO; p. m.Wannee. LImBs the honey gatherd by tb .11131.!.n.nd. ha* filed made said nppl certificate.Cation, for In tax my :., : '; v.. .; fL',

MMe again and receive you unto you. I will not leave you comfortless have been marked off by lanes._ Branch bees of any other state In the ur deed to Issue thereon, In accordance, :rli .

myself; that where I am there ye : I will come to you." SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS 4. Thou shalt not park, whereit No. 101 leaves Starke 7.00;() a. m ion.The with following law. Hald rertlflcat described. *prol..rt1'I mbracsthe .3, '"j'111! ;

may be also. And whither I go The Holy Spirit Is to us what restricts space available for and No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. Mahan variety of paper Bhel situated. In llrailfurd county, Florida .; ,, ;! r ,

ye know, and the way ye know. Jesus In person was to the disciples 7. What .is said of those who moving traffic below that neces- daily except Sundays. pecan, recently developed at Mon to-wlt North: half of Himtli, .tar' .. i irtei ,.\, < ..' '\ .:

Thomas said unto hIm Lord, we : except that we may under- have part In the first resurrection? : sary for two-way simultaneous T. J. Griffin, Agent tlcello Is the largest pecan in th nf Northeast quarter. Heel, Ion 11. \"'i.

mow not whither thou goest; and stand more easily.Concerning Blessed and holy Is he that hath movement, usually 20 feet. world. They average thlrty-tw Townehlp S Houth Harm to Hat 't 1" ...
The assessment of Bald .j}
how can we know the way?" Some the Holy Spirit part In the first resurrection: on B. Thou shalt not park on the Blue Bus Schedules to the pound. under the eald certificate, prllf.rty, ,' ) '" ,'./

have criticized Thomas for that expression promised by Jesus, Mr Spurgeon such the second death bath no Improved travelable portion of the effective Jan. 1 1932. There are more than/ 30,000 fresh In the name at. Julia (laodwlne.IJnlns (. ',\ ,Ik ,
Dally .
.1 eerllflcat.hall be ;
redeemed (
of doubt as well as for his said "There are the three persons power, but they shall be priests of highway in rural districts. Northbound S:03 a. m., 9:19: a water lakes within the state o. according to law tax deed if I'', J
downess to believe in the resurrec- mentioned, all of them doing some God and and of Christ and shall 0. Thou shalt not park opposite 4:59 8:19: Florida. will ISHII, therein. on th. 4th day of : t. .I' I \ '
1:59 : m., p
m : p. m., p. O. 1535. r. .
lon of Jesus, as shown in John thing for our salvation. 'I will\ reign with Him a thousand years. street car tracks unless a full ten m.? Florida has approximately three April haled. this tat day of March A. D.a ,,:, I ti I,

20:25. But we must remember that pray, says the Son. 'I win send,' Rev. 206.: foot lane is vallable for moving Southbound-9:34: a. m., 12:34: p thousand square geographies 153E "<
when Jesus started from Betha- 8. Upon what one fact does Paul traffic betwen the rail and the of \ ,, I ,'
says the Father. 'I will comfort, m., 4:34: p. m., 7:34: p. m., 12.80: a miles sponge fisheries. Florida's Cleric of Circuit t'onrt 1: ;
bara to go back Into Judea, and to says the Holy Ghost." base the Christian hope? "Now If parked cars. m. sponge fisheries are the largest lithe Bradford County, Florida ;>''t j J / 't. "

Bethany, some of the disciples objected C Christ be preached that He rose 7. Thou shalt not park on the Tickets and information at world. .- ., -: 'i i. :.1 i'.,
because the Jews bad recently WEEKLY SERMONETTK from the dead, how MY some ichool side of the street adjacentto Tampa leads the world in cigar lye "
Smith's Service Station, next to NOTICM TO IIKBTOIIS ASS ',
tried to kill him, Thomas among you that there is no resurrection the school building. I making. In 1930 It reached the CIiniMTOn ,:; :'I'.. \\' ,

laid to them (John 11:16): ) "Let us The Rewards of Peace of the dead? But If there 8. Thou shalt not park adjacent courthouse. mark of over 450,000,000 manufactured !' "
Notice, I I. hereby given. that all \'i\I 0 i.' f..
also go that we may die with him. Psalm 133:1.: Behold, how good be no reasurrection of the dead. to hills or curves whenever it reduces I FLORIDA FACTS cigars. creditor, !.Ratsea, distributee. and \\ i' .\

Jesus replied to Thomas, "Jesus and how pleasant it Is for brethrento then is Christ not risen; and if the maximum visibility per, Silver Springs located near Ocala all persona .I.-1t: : 'ji'.J; : ':.'. r .: .i!':'
the of .
eetat ,
mid unto him I am the way, the dwell together In unity 1 Christ be not risen, then is our mitted by the fixed obstructions.If i Florida's motto is: "In God We I Is .the largest spring in the world deceased are hereby. reu.ulretl. to* '.' : ', .
truth and the life: no man cometh Proverbs 19:17. Better Is a din- preaching vain and your faith is these commandments are followed ** present their. claim duly authentw. '" t,
Trust. It is displayed on the &lcKee Jungle Gardens located oateil, to the lion. 0..... A. GartlU \ t
Yea and we are found the and usefulness -
unto the Father but by me. This ner of herbs where love Is, than A Also vain. both safety ,.
n.r, county judo< of Liradford "
; 1 ,
three miles <
of state.Key .
seal the south of Vero Beach
la one of the most important statements stalled ox and hatred therewith. false witnesses of God; because we of our streets will be Increased great ty, Florida for his approval with _I ", ,
made by Jesus. Most people Proverbs 208. It is an honour have testified of God that He raised 'I : West Is the only frost-free hold the distinction of having the In on. year from date hereof or this ( I''J .'; .
community In the United States. largest collection of tropical water nretla will be held In bar thereto. : f
believe that Jesus was intelligentand for a man to cease from strife: but up Christ: whom He raised not and all pervona Indebted to eal Annual The Taraiami Trait, across the lilies grown entirely out of doors cc8'j 'il '"'
truthful; that when he made every fool will be meddling. up if so be that the dead rise not. Winter Haven-Fourth tat are requimled, to pay their "" '1'// '"
Festival held. Everglades has one section of more the year round in United States. debt forthwith to the underilan4administratrix. ; : I ,,}6'
positive statements In the New Matthew 5:9.: Blessed_. are the For If the dead rise not then is not Florida Orange .. __ h.. __ r: '..l.,dThl.
--- ----- nth day of January Ilia.THRfjMA .

"THE MAIN THING ON MAIN\ STREET" By L. F. Van Zelmfatly 1-15-01.3-11 ELIZABETH!: AdminlslrattizCovMIssIONEn'S JOHNS: {


-,. --. .., Hereby notice I I.. irlven that an"..
and by virtue of that certain decree l
]J3u2s DA't-Po mail. and ntred on February I5th. p
} A. Th 1912 by the lion A. V. tans. tl
HOTEL m B 1B fudge Pro. Mao. Vic of the Kth .In., ,, pd
MAIN ST12LfiT4 1 'SG6 DoC 'g.bAAT15 T+fi No tins dir Bradford' Inl : C ttl.l In ld Chancery In and, for In '

LEADING HLWSDAP" GR jQAVIO" MA&2 U"1 FIRST TtMG 1 that certain partition suit wherein 1 1
EVER. ( .
NEW 1 iG1wLRr" Joseph H Wilson as liquidator forth
oIIIQlot'NG DID WORIr. 1 1DR Bradford rnitnlv Bank a corporation ', t+i
StwkE ) I b complainant I and Zary ,
GRAVES 1M1TAUSSERVICE. ]DOC GRAVES "DBUG ST Barber Shop -- Onwfnrd st. al.I are d.fendants, the t r
t..cae s rip S6r,5i et laICILItWYou f'r: 51>+OG5 SuiHED, & BALD. WCAO! acitCG undersigned will sell to the hl.h..tft
rod best bidder for cash In front of ,
tt'J: : uar rxrt puAelc r.4 POLISI+IieD '
INI. the outh door of the court h""*e of 1 y
t Bradford county In Htarke. Florida, ;
MCne. CASr04 5 xuvi r 9 4pF fAt F'NGAvGn9 rCNTtRCRISitrG on Monday, the 4th day of April A ,
DQ! GOOv/fi OUQ w t x / I> Kit, durlnr' th. learal. hour .of
W4T-1 'GtG CVA t. 'S4'AICC sale, the following described land
; tOuflt :;- ." '- Ptu9 ctR51 6 G Ivlnaand belne: In said Bradford
GIST INAuG'QA TI.O 1 1uK County, Florida to-wit: y11
Pea DanlAS BWfc\ of NCi.I and sm\4 of BWU
1(' "' .AV. Township 1 Rnuth, Panes. fi" East
--- = J. M. BROWNI.RBN.
,. ; -- I.. WAINWHIUHT
.. VA'Y.lII50 ) S--6t-4-l. Commissioner
' 15 MimmHriiiiiiiimjHiiiLiiiiiiimim[ |[
I 14 I* .r..hl..I. that under ,
S'""''o.G'J and by 1 t final. decree. elforecloeure ,,
r. ? mad* and rendered ey *
{ y t
( o _._.. ___.____ _.___ __ __ __ Y-r: the Honorable A. Z. ""kin... lud>.* s a
!I!!!!>! I nf the circuit Court of the Kth Judicial 4
.. .. -- Circuit of Florida In and for ,
Bradford county In Chancry, dat6February
I lh. 111. In that certain
r cause therein lately pending between
II 1 the Federal Land Bank of Co
By Charles McMa'i lumbia, plaintiff and O W. Barry. {
end Wattle Barry, his wife, et aL. 't
defendant, the undersigned Who 1l a ?, ,

ANY TIMEYov &.."\ NOrWAp.Jp.JA ASK a.. ALL RIGHT! HAt HA '. NO! pu ri master win therein In Chancery appointed to execute aa special the l 4',

KAJOw" KID t SOMETHING; HOW DO YOU T aY .THETEETh. some, will on Monday, the 4th day {
I J' A of April 112 durlnir. the legal, houreof ,
TNIi' G. f GO AHEAD TELL A I CHICKEN.. i MnvE'r sale, before the court house door '
COI'1E 'TO LAND' CHICKENSSOr1ETHING In tttarke. Florida.ell: to tb* hlirh-
ME ASK ME AfK/T GOT pet and i best bidder, for cash, thefollowing
AGE? NO -TEETTHDIOJA t described land. situated.
ll1. lying and being In Bradford county,
ever 'orlda.< to-wlti
J .' GET UE.FTT ((1) Houtheaet quarter of Southeast -
"..... quarter of flee. 10, Twp T.,
-. 1 Booth, Ran*. II Fast;
5Tc (I) Southwest quarter of South
(:. west. quarter of 8.... II, Twp. 7 South '
lianaIV East
((3) Northeast quarter of Boutb-
east quarter, Northwe quarter of
J Huiitheast quarter Southwest quarter
r f Southeast quarter; Northeast I
quarter of Southwest: quarter and n.4Houtheaat
quarter "of Noutiiwest{
II ntiart.r, all In S.". 11. Twp. T South
4lI : tlanae, It Bast. Containing In a.-
STORE irrevate I8I, acre, .
PIE '5 -p .. I with the appurtenance. Bald sale t*
he- mode pursuant to said decree t.
satisfy the same and cost a T'3 t
I B K.
1, Aa Special, Master la Chaaeery (
._ CIIA h4rMA alp OS: UITTO.M nitAY
J Jw. Solicitor* for Oomplalnaat..j. .
:: ,n..vlll., Florida. ,
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L _--_- ---.- _iI i-_____ Wirt Funeral Home, Winter Haven.' vote at the June --
Pneumatic-Tired uto STRAWBERRY PEST Primary ,..
Bradford County Telegraph I Pallbearer were: Messrs. George I promise to render faithful ele -
iI h nOl
Makes Record Run AHEAD OF TIME I =FARM:ITEMS ] Parrlsh Jack Norwood, Dalton and caretul .rvlce.. w. ALDERM n..MI""uu'OIG. ; : f'

Established 1877 ---- -- -- --- Carter and Arthur Moody.
Distance of 406 Miles Is Covered Florida Experiment !Station! Advises -' .' 0 SOIL COUNTY JVDGH -

By Machine In 878' Growers How to T. Dyer, County AgentIt LIVE STATE HAPPENINGS!' To ford the Democratic:: voters Ot Br.. I
: County
ClassY -
Entered Second Florida |
Published Weekly on Fridays and as Minute Control Panaera Is time now to plant grass I hereby announce

\ Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida seed for permanent pastures. Seed Jacksonville-Plans progressing to succeed myself. as my county raOdld iud '

Jacksonville Mar. 7. are low priced this year. A few for construction of proposed federal of Democratic Bradford county, .ubJ"cl ,.. I
-Rolling on primary
which are tn b.
Strawberry pameraa, acres on every farm should be building: day, June 7. lDaI. This. held Tq.'
E. S. Matthews -..--------...-------- Owner and Publisher pneumatictiredwheeI flanged. Riving trouble unusually early, are planted to good grasses for the Plans underway to pave nine ment !. made with a feelinU ??'!
like those of a railroad car, a sev the yoara kj"!
J. C. Robinson -_______________________ Managing Editor en-passenger! automobile traveling best controlled bY'spraying with cows and calves Pool orders with miles of highway between Zephyr- durlny.. .. you a. county In which judge, I I ) 1

: over the Seaboard Air Line rail one of the pyrethrum compounds ento- county agent and save money. bills and Thonotonaasa.. clent rendored service faithful to hon...iit and VffT r-):!
according to J. R. Watson all. and at
; all ;
SUBSCRIPTION RATE way, arrived here from'Miami at Miami Beach-Dock accommodating In such manner a. to Justify ii.l
mologist with the Florida Experiment ..
l lAt
1:18 o'clock yesterday afternoon Crotalaria seed are selling now : eight fishing boats authorized I eee It In submitting my oandldar,

I. Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance establishing what was claimed to Station. as planting time approaches. The by war department. earnestly tn you for Solicit your your con.lderallon Support I
ThIs Insect does not usually ..
: Advertising Rates on Application be a new speed record "f 114\9!' appear -I' farmers of this county have already Canal Point Two parties surveyors II again honored by being ale 'I'ed ...
until April, taut Mr. Watson your cnuntr judge I shall
miles an hour for the 406 mile ap.1 purchased several hundred working in Falican Bay to render faithful,. honest ')nlhlu.
at Its
Is not early and
The time waa 378 minutes. surprised pounds from the Boys' 4-H Crotalaria bottom laying: out sections and 40- clent service. n."pe.r"lIv.: .111.

: Don't forget to register. The car left Miami at 7 a. m., petrance due to been the warm, dry Club of Union and Bradford acre subdivisions of sections. CEO A. OAftDIEft
weather have having. I
-0 making: four stops enroute for, Plants we that seem to wilt, refuse counties. Prices are reasonable Starke--S. G. Lewis building, the request of friend. mil due i \

Knockers knock their door. gasoline, refilling whenever the and seed of high quality. Every plant for preserving: strawberries. consideration thereof. I hereby .n.I
on own to and on which the berries
never grow, noiince to the voter
tank showed a third to half empty farmer should plant at least a few Macclenny-Work on H. F. Pow County BradfoN!
Infested my candidacy for
I turn hard and fall likely are Ih Jlllr,
-- aa filling stations were reported aa unless red acres to this great soil buildingcrop. ers new super-service. station com of County Judge to be votd >n I"

If you win an argument you are still the loser. rare along the right of way. spiders with are on pameras the plants. They pleted. the uate June of Unlvemltv Primary. Law Being H. h .j f'and..l

made to the Clearwater Plans some 11 In the
One atop was allow progressing y.a. practice Dr law
can be located by scratching
Seaboard's Florida Limited to taka Many new bulletins on various for construction of proposed $150- J feel tully qualified to :lery, you..
: Candidates must have forgotten voters like cigars. around In-' the crown of the plant County Judge. If yoU HI' fit
the switch at Danla, as the motor and looking for small black or reddish subjects have been received at office 000 post office. elect m. J promise tRust if'ahall

o- car was running ahead of time and Insects. The red ones are the of county agent and may be Blountstown Survey being: have unbiased honest service.faithful.I eirirlont and(

Voters are going to have a hard time picking the winners the Limited had not had time to young and resemble ants but are bad for the asking. Reliable Information made of West street through this licit your support and earni-nlly vol. t in "HH"
make the switch. This was shortly' I I Is available at this office primary, June 7th 1032Respect .
more active. The older ones look city.Plans fully,
this year. after the start of the record run. A more like the chinch bug, and have on any subject relating to agricul progressing: for construction E. K. PliltltYMAa: ,

o top speed of 87 miles an hour was its. odor ture. Every farmer should avail of Scenic Highway between

Hoover has a few more months of free board at the r cached for a few minutes and the The pyrethrum, sprays are ordinarily himself of this free service. Avon Park and Sabring- hereby FOR atinnunce TAX ASftRSBOIl

utomobile slowed down to between Apalachicola Work on beautification myself andl.
effective than tobacco date for
the office
White House more ; of Tax As .BmorZ
6p 0 and 70 miles an hour for curves. extracts, but a good application of Over 150 boys have been enrolled : of streets throughout city of Bradford county subk ,-r to Ih.I
Sponsors of the experiment reported in the corn and other projectsIn progressing:, will of the voters at the -imlnut
Black Leaf 40 and penetrol will democratic primary election to l
Live Oak is evidently making great plans for the state that the previous record run help. Since these insects work the 4-H Club this year in Union Titusvllle,- Seven-mile stretch held June 7th. In asking fur thlil b.

b y rail between Jacksonville and and Bradford: counties. Every farm of Dixie Highway from this city office will say that I am thorouuhlt"familiar !
meet next week. down Into the crown of the plantone with the duties ther, it ,
press MIami was seven hours flat for a must soak this part thoroughly boy between the ages of 10 and 20 to be resurfaced In near future. promise If elected to dlsclmret. and th
-0 distance of 347 miles. with the spray to get them. It should be In the 4-H Club. Delray Beach -. Total of 87 cars and duties courteous of Bald office In an efficient- !!

; : Fishermen should curb their fish stories during Wash- Tires used on the car were developed Is a good plan for one man to hold by freight and 8.498 packages by I und support will manner."u he approclntoil.,)vet|

ington's anniversary. by the Firestone Tire and the leaves in his hand while another Union county won first prize of express of green vegetables chipped I LOUIS H. HILL.

Rubber Company; the automobile I sprays the base of the plant. $50.00 and Bradford second of $25 from local railway stations i I hereby
announce myself
--0 was a Lincoln V-12 sedan. 'In the Boya' 4-H corn exhibit[ at since beginning of present shipping dictate a cin
i It Is perfectly safe, as far as the for the office of Ass.*.nr oil
: Kidnappers of Lindbergh's baby evidently bit off more Yesterdays trip was the longestf consumer is concerned, to use these the South Florida Fair at Tampa season. to Taxes the wishes of Bradford of the County sublttil'
Voters to
than they can handle. Its kind ever made In this coun- ; sprays. last month. Union county boys Klssimmee Service station,I'pressed In the coming Democrstliiprlmnry. b. ei.

try, and was the climax of more V_ Won in all $163.00 and Bradford corner Stewart and Broadway, If elected I guarantee ali l'

o than a year's development by Fire- J. L. KITE boys $45.00 in premium money In formerly conducted by Casey Jones nations the favors ana_ Information courtesies that accommo.can tuE

As long as the girl has to support her husband, she has a tone engineers in an effort to per- the state-wide exhibit of corn, or now under management of V. Walters given through', that office. Will ap.I

ect pneumatic tires and wheels for about two-thirds of all the money who Is planning extensive Im predate vote and your assistance.serious consideration]
do the
perfect right to proposing. James Kite.71, life long resident
s sate comfortable, noiseless trans- ottered for the corn exhibit. provements. N. P. WAIN WRIGHT
of .Bradfordjcounty! died Tuesday,
: o -
Groveland New
portatlon over rails. grocery store

: Low prices and small demand for eggs do not make the. Although the test was made with March Funeral 2nd services were conducted The club boys are growing the opened In juggles. Block. dldate I hereby for re-election announce to myself the. ofTIci a can ofL I

hens, their advertising cackle. an automobile equipped with the DuBose corn, which is one of the Tax Assessor. During the IlIr.,
stop Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clockat
new type pneumatic rail tires, it Isnot best all-round corn varieties in yean that I have been your aHRemorf
o the Baptist church, by the Rev. Pcliiicil! Announcements I have tried hard to give to the pub |
intended that automobiles will Florida for exhibit as well as for lie all that could be expected of :nul::

, A fortune awaits the inventor of a 'loud speaker that will run over rails but that a special O. P. Raymond... The pallbearerswere general farm use. Forty of our as assessor and in asking for reelection I
F, F.. Stump J. F. Klckliter, I promise that It I ll
permit hubby's sleep mutterings to be made audible. ailroad car designed to carry approximately Oscar Andreu J. W. Andrews N. boys planted It last.year and the FOR STATE SHNATOa am elected again: loll\b\ continue I tip,
the same number of number will be increased this year. In responsa to' the nuiritectlon ofmany serve you honestly, fearlessly, an'lImpartially.
;' 0- D.: Wainwright, W. J. Epperson : friendn' and believing I that 1 I will appreciate yoml
{ passengers as the present-day Pull- 0 can be of valuable service to the vote at the coming primary and general 'r
Two friends you can well do without-fair weather, and mans, will be the result of the new W. L. Wall and J. M. Mitchell. ROAD CAMPS LOCATED people of this senatorial district. elections. Respectiuuuly,
Mr. Kite is survived by his widow composed of Union and Bradford E.'W. HAYKS:: ,
those who recall you to mind when they have an axe to grind. Firestone development, accordingo I Mrs. Lula Kite; two children. SOUTH OF MACCLENNYState counties I hereby announce myself .
Clifford D. Smith, Firestone engineer as candidate for .tate senator, FOIL SHKHIKK
o Lester Kite, Sampson City; Mrs. subject to the will of the Democratic To the Democratic voters. of lint
who drove the road camps for the construction ,
pneumatic. voters at the primary election on ford County I II I
Population figures indicate Starke will not have to bother tired rail car here. J. T. Amberson Birmingham, Ala.; of the Macclenny-State June 7. 1932. I am In favor of and hereby announce my camllilocn"
three grandchildren, Lucile Amber. will work for tax reduction and In for sheriff of this county subject I lol
with village delivery but will be entitled to city delivery. The pneumatic-tired wheels are a Louise Farm highway are being located a reduction of the expense or running the action of the voters at the com-C..
combination of railroad car wheel son, Kite and J. L. Kite. thIs week about 3 miles south of ; the state government," ; I also Ing; Democratic primary eluotlonjpromising I
o C:1:K brothers: Silas Kite, David Macclenny at the old vat. favor and will work for the : : If elected a faithful; honV
and automobile dipping
an Flanged strengthening of the state banking
Times-Union Is of the opinion that submarines will be a to fit the rails, the stell wheel la Kite, Ben' Kite, Perry Kite and J. T. Williams Is in charge of laws to protect depositor and to est duties, and of efficient said oft'l performance<,e. Your vole oC an lb<

when rise they sink. equipped with a pneumatic tire. Robert Kite of Starke and Arch the project and Is located here at make their liability to loss much support I* respectfully eoliclt.dLAIJIUCItI
complete success they as successfully as Kite more remote. I will ever be alert C. CLEMO.NS
'We are very happy with the re of DeLand and four sisters, the Hotel Annie. Mr. Williams for and on the right side of any
: o Mrs. I. J. Williams and Mrs. J. W. other measures. which I believe to
suIts, Engineer Smith declared. tells us that the camp will consist I le for
the beet Interests of the I hereby candidate]
people announce a.
1' Exchange says the life of the farmer is the happiest, and "Our chief obstacle to overcome Hicks, of Jacksonville; Mrs. L. 1-!. of about 60 convicts from the state and the protection of their rights ,for sheriff of Bradford County Flur

adds for one thing he can stay in bed every morning until was the generation of heat riding Austin of palnesvllle of Starke and Mrs. AVery farm, who are doing the grading. and port! property.will be highly Tour appreciated vote and appreciate Ida. and respectfully your support solicit at the and Jun wll
,: Stilley also survive.
over the steel rails at high speeds. Connected with the work are If I am elected your "uP'// Primary. '
4:30. i 0 me will never be violated. W. J. EPPERSON.:-
about fifteen
1 We demonstrated conclusively on engineers, superintendents Keepectfully
! ,: 0-- the Miami-Jacksonville trip that RAIN AUTO" BERRY GROWERS foremen and others who t.ake Butler Fla. J. M. MANN. M. D.
I hereby candida
Voters are going to have a hard time selecting county we have conquered our last problem Weather- have charge of the grade and To the Democratic Voters of the for sheriff of announce Bradford my county sub|
I: In this respect In the development Cold Temporarily Halts) bridge work. Fifteenth Senatorial District Sect to action of the voters at U ::1 officers from the number of capable men offering their ser Heavy Movement Out Many of the voters, both Bradford primary June 7th. I have been. rfcltlaen
of the pneumatic-tired rail. Williams states that the and Union .,counties which comprise of the county all my life *nil
., vices. road wheel." of Louisiana grade boa been completed to Man the above' senatorial district, urgedme ; have nevrr asked for an office at tti
prior to the death of Senator hands of the voter. If elected
0- .1k!. ll. Gold, trainmaster of the -- ning and that the project this side I Johns, tn enter the race for the promise tlie citIzens of the counln,

!. Seaboard, a railroad executive: of Plant CIty March 8.-New impetus will be finished within eight Democratic nomination a. senatorIn efficient law enforcement wlthouj
Just what the Powell discovered? the coming primary election to
is "flat minute" Avery showing partiality. Your support!
20 years experience, declared It waa given the strawberry industry months. be held) In June, 132. I now take and vote will be appreciated.
I If a British motorist can make 240 miles in one, then it's was the most comfortable trip he In East Hillsborough over Material for the camps was this method of making,; my tormalannounc.m.nt OSCAR ANDREU
for this Important
misnamed. ever made over rails "It waa noise- the week-end by rain and colder shipped here In cars and Is being office. I ask each and every voter

less and clean, and there was no weather-ram which not only hauled to the camp site.-Macclen- to carefully consider my csndldarvt FOR niCPRICSRNTATI
-0 If I am the nominee I pledge efficient I
vIbration whatsoever," be said. "It brought a measure of relief to ny. Press. service to the people. respectfully for Representative announce of my Bradford candidacy
Doctors say it is likely people will be vaccinated against was like riding on air. The test strawberry growers but also material i I Respectfully. j County subject to the will .1'

r insanity in the near future. The problem will be where to run, made at a top speed of 87 benefit..
vaccinate: miles an hour Indicated that this cold weather Louisiana whichIt To the Democratic elector. of th. nominated and elected I will diligently

engineering development has a is said will materially hold up death angel visited the home IBth Hanstorlal Plntrlct of Florida. i I faithfully and f."rle".t. lr <1"|

o large field of use on railroad motor berry .IIbJJI entlt from, that sector' of Mr; and Mrs. George Parrlsh for I respectfully nomination solicit In the June your primary support.I I everything the majority that of the I can cltUena that will of Brad htlpl.I

That taxicab driver who was given 60 days for stealing cars. The travel was faster than for the next three weeks) or so. early Monday morning and took aa .your ta.te. senator for said district ford County and the State of Kl"i;
The rainfall In the which fmbracos the counties. of Ida Will attempt and aid In pl.icinl
l two kisses from a fair fare will likely wait until he's off duty automobile speed smoother, almostat immediate away a loving father. Union and Bradford. the state on a business basis. 1 will|
airplane speed, but far less vicinity of Plant City was .64 of an The deceased was Mrs. Parrlsb'a. .' THIiLMA JOHNS. sincerely appreciate. your ruupoit"

next tim .. noisy. The car acted well on Inch, according to the.official record father, Mr William Hodge. He IIVPERIorTrl'IDEl'IT: : OF SCHOOLS O--M- INMAN.

switches and curves and rode so at the county agricultural was born In I
1) Liberty county Georgia Through the solicitation of many I take this method of announcing
It would the smoothly that M.: L. McClung. farm: Wind through the night t In 1869, being 63 year of age at the of my frlenda and my desire to again my candidacy for the flee of HP:I
save country !some! expense If the Literary be your school superintendent. I desire resenatlve I favor reduction of sal-1
keeping a complete log of the trip, saved this section from a frost; the time of his death. He movedto to annnunc. myself as a candi arles and taxes and rigid economy. ]
Digest,,would conduct state and national elections with their had no trouble making this notes the thermometer registering a low Florida when a young man and date for this position subject. to the nlonir all linen. of our state worti

traw ballots. even at 75 and 80 miles an hour." of 35: early Monday morning at the has been a resident since. December elected June primary.I promise a If faithful nominated performance and. Should nation I and be honored afterward with election.the norol-l I'I

o Although the car frequently ran county farm. While this section I 5, 189S, he was united In marriage Your of vote the duties of this office. promise to the best of my abilitY,rhonest
are solicited .
An at a speed of 80 miles, It was stat- was receiving rain and escaping I to Miss Mindy Johns, daughter b. highly apprecIated. Your and respeo.will. and faithful. B. PINHOLSTER.HCIIOOI. service.T. .
optimist the man who cancelled his standing order ed, the paaaangera were not conscious Frost, cold weather Invaded the of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johns. fully. H B. W1GCUN3.I .

: with his bootlegger as soon as he mailed his vote to the Lit.. of it until they looked at the Louisiana .strawberry sector and, I To this union was born eight children hereby announce- myself a can MFI'tInF.R nO.RtJ-Dlet.1' !!

erary Digest. speedometer. No effort was madeto according to word received here sIx of whom survive him. dilate. for re-election to the office of I take this method of announclnll of "cmw'' !
for member
Superintendent of Public Instructionof my candidacy
press the car to top speed at all from there, Saturday night killed He leaves to mourn his death Bradford County. Your vote and hoard from School District No. 1.1

o times; the purpose was to maintain from 73 to 80 per cent of the bloom hIs bereaved widow, Mrs. William support will be appreciated. comprising North Starke and l-awl"I'.|

Exchange imparts the information that love is an emotion a steady speed which waa done out that way. .Twenty cars were Hodges of Starke; six: children Reipoctlully A. J. URIFF1S subject voters to .the In the will coming of the pimart Dcratlo

, : that makes a young fellow want to pay one girl's board by bucking head winds at high aa shipped out of Louisiana Saturday namely: Mrs. George Parrish of To the voters. of Bradford county June elected T,I 19S8.promise If to nominated work ''at fbi

,20 miles an hour throughout the night,, but loadings were expected Auburndale; Mrs. Melvin McKIn- I hereby announce my ean.lld.lry: best Interest of all the school oil
;;,. .when he can't pay his own. ; to H only nominal for the next[ ney of Starke, Mrs. Carol Atkinsonof .for. vtiperlntendent. I feet. that of I am Public qualified In.tructlun. Bradford county and I earn I ly .'|
run.The licit I
o run was made! without mishap three weeks probably but a few Brooker, Mrs. Dalton Carter of for said' office' and promise to faithfully Respectfully your vote and, O. 1L" BENNETT I

- Lisbon (Me.) Enterprise has discovered since "bootlegger" although it was necessary toeov 'cars a day.If that much. Lawtey. Mra.\ Jack Norwood and to the discharge best! of" my the ability.rtntleH Your of same vote

has down several! times for: cows, 'I Prices on the yard here materially Mrs. Arthur Moody of Auburndale, ,will be appreciated. I respectfully announce thixt I i'.I
; been placed in the dictionary, you can find him almost pigs, goats and buzzards. Running strengthened yesterday with a one sister, Mrs. Ann Griff of Rai- Respectfully, I. II. FUTCH a candidate for member. of th ncbooi'

;- everywhere except in Jail. through the Everglades. It general average for the day of be- ford five grandchildren and a FOR TAX COLlECTOR board ins 'precincts district one No I and(comprising two), >ut>J....

tween 12 and 17 1-2 cents, buyers to the action of the Democrat 1'1|
0 was stated the car advanced so large of relatives and I hereby announce my candidacy <

: Now that 25 percent penalty feature of the license. tag ducks quickly heron and quietly and buzzard that cranes would yard stated.was Saturday's 9 1-2 cents.average It was for expected the- friends.Mr. Hodge waa widely known r.f to Democratic succeed Bradford myself county a., subject Tax Collector to the the If mnry elected district election, I promise and to be county held the cltlxenj June the ..._..

lawhas been held invalid, it takes the wind out of those who not rise until the car was abreastof four or five cars would roll throughout this section of the state June- 7th. 1933.primary I have to be tried held on to support service of will which be appreciated.I am capable.I i;l

, thought they had to buy in January. them, and it clipped one buzzard last night. and was highly respected by all render service you faithful during my honest fliet and term efflclnt !of I. RAT A. NEWSO:?
Growers this section advised
which was slow in rising but did ,of are wboknewbiin. office aa your Tax Collector. I earn
0 to work their berries In view He baa Cathy solicit. support, and If 1 hereby. announce. myself a C5didat. *.\
not hit him squarely.The a devout member elected again l"h.n continue .. for re-electlnn all member I
t With this mild winter' to help matters along, it's goingto run was described as of particular of the fact that they will probably of the New River Baptist church der you the same service a. to I have.n. the school board district "|
get another three weeks of fair orgood In the past. Interested solely In. the advancemr
be hard to decide which will command the most attention Importance because of the marketing conditions. The for several years and always ready CARL, A. KNIGHT of our county school and If my las
great possibilities the new Hanged. to help In any way available In the a member of the board the p*"!
I, at the coming political picnics-candidates or red bugs. pneumatic tire offers for the redemption rain while helpful to many patchescams I church. He moved away from New I respectfully announce myself a two years meets with your apP prli'y*f'|
your support In the June |
--0- I of short rail lines and the too late for a considerable River and waa greatly missed candidate for the office' of Tax Col will be appreciated pledgingsame ,at
1 subject
to the action of JO
number. the
: Commenting on Miami's ordinance requiring all cats to I Inauguration of new types of equipment throughout the entire vicinity.We Democratic vo4.re at the primary of duties. conscientious of the office.attention
to compete with motor buses all share our sympathy with Jun. 7th. I feel that I am In every JAMES'T. MOORBMBMBER !- _
be tagged and licensed Perry News if you're disturbed I way qualified to give the duties of
, says and motor trucks on public high the dear widow, children and slater the office efficient and competent s-;: nDPI..JJ '

by a backfence feline, get his number and call the nearest po' ways.SEED. ,VANDERBILT. who baa lost their loved one. They fut service.. discharge Pledging of the a full dutus and of faith hereby announce BO my canS'5' T |

liceman. should not be grieving the loss of office to ,the best the for re-eleetlon aa member <" ,t
_. .. my ability, I .
: LOANS AVAILABLE Cerrte Bell 1'I.w c. solicit school board from district 2. an''JJf!
and will appreciate
a friend
on earth, but rejoice that your. support the
o In the coining primary. elected will continue to give r.
, he Is at rest with the Saviour Respectfully" CARL tlea of the office my very beet a.Itentlon.
Lake City ministers are up in arms over the large number -I Farmers desiring Federal loans Miss Pearl Johnson of Corinth where sickness and separation Is JOHNS Your support ...lIolt.d-\ S Iwill
4 of baffle boards being operated in that city. Outside of for buying seed for this year are spent the Week-end with Miss Mat.U.Norma.a. known no more. Although we cannot FOR CLERK! or CIRCUIT COVRT: 'I
advised that application blanks are I hereby announce myself. SCIIOOt. RotntJDle"I ,
the gambling angle, the boards earn a huge profit to owners I now in the hands of L. IL Hill of: Mlsa' get him back to us again, we for the office of Clerk a of candidate the hereby announce myself. Sdidat. vVill
Cam Belle Norman spent can some day meet him In the Circuit. Court of Bradford for member of the *"C"TI
and! should pay a. tax to each municipality allowing their Lawtey. X D. Colson of Brooker i the week-end with Misses :Mildred I glory of heaven above. ubject to the will of the voters at hoard. District No. I. cnmpr"I"*. l!
and at the Bank of Starke.. Interested the coming primary June 7th. I am Hampton. Oraham Brooker at "
1 operation. and Audrey Norman of Ilellbronn. The funeral services were held fully conscIous of the duties of this l11v.", auhject. tn election Ini ."-JJI..
: parties. can secure full Information Miss Ola Neal Is spending i a Wednesday at 11 .o'clock"aL the Important' office' and feel that I am June prlmarr. 1 promise to 't '>JI>
0 able fitted I for a fair neat equal.l..h., W
"'t. by applying ,at either of perform them la an
1' It's" I while in Gainesville with her relatives Now River .Baptist church by the efficient manner. Never having asked and partiality to none.COWTT .
Just too bad that little blow of had flood I IIf these .
Saturday to .
sources and .frlenda: pastor, Rev: Hemingway of Starka tarmn- onTIo l... ties -court ._... .... jteepectltl ,urELiy.:
streets and stores of Cedar Keys all wire connections Mr. Alex Barnes fore I promise If elected to give .1. ;....-
sever was visiting"inJacksonville and the
Ho body was laid to rest beneath faithful honest and efficient ....yl".. p1.05I
I wash out railway tracks so trains could not reach the city and I materials lOco 19c, 23e, !3o-It's new :Monday a large profusion of flowers Your ed support la respectful. solicit' hereby COVMIS9101KK.tny'l' a '
at announce
our sale at the J. te MIss A. J. THOMAS. II''"
Shaw of Starke which were given to show the last dldate for onmmUslon. yil
wreck boats in the harbor county
F:__ right after the chamber of corn n. Easter Sale.QuincyPlggly. trlot S Brnoker and 1ii-S
spent Tuesday with comprising .
night Miss tribute
I of
respect to the dear old To the Voter of Bradford |
Amerce had pictured Cedar Keys as'the one and only safe place Mildred Alvarez.. respected citizen whom we all Florldas County toT River.performance If elected of I the promise lutl"( s. )tl .1I.

the Wiggly store repainted. Remember the I ant a candidate for re-electlnn office, I solicit and will 5pprse,01_
n. Gulf coast for Florida's ship canal terminal. sing at Wateroak: loved rery much. to the office! of Clerk nf Circuit the support and vote of(/.111 ..

.. !Sunday afternoon at 8O. The funeral was In charge of the Court Bradford County, Florldn. and erats at the primary' 5TIC. "''l''': .
earnestly solicit your support and 0. A DRaWS'

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