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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 29, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME FIFTY-FOUR( STAIIKK. FLORIDA FRIDAY. APRIL 29. 1933: NUMBER T"N-TY-SIX: i.!
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Governor-- ales{ : I COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES OF" "Roosevelt, the Man" TUNG TREES APRIL 30-LAST '1



Issue With His te ,ypY! 4' N, BRADFORD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL ARE PLANTED DAY REGISTER ;';



School Critics THREE CONVICTS The Bradford-County High LAKEGENEVA Tux C'ollN1torAttl'l1t1OD- to j

School held its thirty.seventh an- ('hlU1 O In Law r'
MAKE GETAWAYAT nual commencement exercises in ;
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(bkef Problem, Carlton Says, Is I RA1FORD PEN the High School auditorium April t..rMlt In Twig Growing Palatka, April 25.'-T\iat many "
Failure of County Taxes ; 24th, 25th and 26th. Each evenings persons are laboring under the mi-

'One of Escapes Gordon Denmark- program was as follows: Keystone Heights located on apprehension that they may register I'
Governor Doyle E. Carlton, In a ,Yr ,.r Serving Ufo Term for Sunday Evening' 1 Lake Geneva Is fast becoming interested with the tax collector after ,;(
prepared statement Friday said wt, Murder Baccalaureate sermon. I in tung oil. Many growers April 30 when the books of the supervisor I:
the chief problem of financing Invocation-.Dr, C. P. Raymond I In that section have plantedlung of registration close, up ;
Florida's public schools! Is collection Authorities Tuesday sought Quartette "How Beautiful Upon 1 1ir I oil the last two years and until May 21, the last date for the '\
of county school taxes and three convicts who escaped from the Mountain"-Mrs. A Z. Adkins, plans are going forward for aevcral payment of poll taxes and be eligible
maintenance of revenues given the I the state prison farm Monday\ !In a Miss Ethel Griffin Messrs. L. G. hundred additional acres this to vote In the June primary 'J"
county schools by the state.In daring break. Powell and John Powell. Mrs. F. coming ycnr. was the statement Issued today by 1
his statement the governoralso One of the trio la Gordon Den- H. Long, accompanist. The largest grove at Keystone Mrs. E. P. Carpenter tax collector t
took Issue with "some prominent mark of Jacksonville, serving life Prayer-Dr. George F Lowry. Heights la that of J. RusseU Hall Previous to 1929 the tax collector .i
candidates for governor" over for the murder of James H. Hall Quartette, "Rock of Ages"-Mrs. who experimented several yearn had' the authority to register voters .. r q.
the best method of financing the In 1926. Hall's widow also Is serving A. Z. Adkins, Miss Ethel Griffin, Ago to determine If tung oil would in that period after the boons ,' (ii\ It;
public schools. a life term for the slaying. The Messrs. L. G. Powell and John Pow grow and produce In the light sand were closed and until the final ::1 tl
Commenting on the statement, J. M. lEE others who escaped in a prison ell. Mrs. F. H. Long, accompanist. soil of Southern Clay county. Due payment of poll taxes, Mrs. Carpenter 'i'".I
Governor Carlton said it was in Candidate for Comptroller truck and W. Z. "Bill" Altman, a Violin solo-Miss Opal Bevill; to good drainage and continual) stated, but later' (legislation "' f '
answer to recent critics of the state Will speak at the courthouse In trusty who had almost completed Mrs. F H. Long, accompanist. I moisture of the soil which Is un now gave the collector no authority ;
government's policy toward assist- Starke next Wednesday, May 4th. serving three years on a charge of Sermon-Rev. A. C. McCall of derlaid/ with clay at a depth of to register such voters. ,1N. ,
ing the counties to finance their Owing to circuit court being in breaking and entering, and Don Madison. COLONEL E. M. HOUSE : about five feet Mr. Hall has had Pointing out that many were not :, 4
schools. session' Mr. Lee will speak at 1 Delk serving fif 1 teen years! for Benediction-Dr, George F. LQW- Friend and advisor of Woodrow very satisfactory results' from his aware of the change In primary ;
Press reports from, various partsof o'clock if arrangements can be robbery. Altman was sent up ry. Wilson declares for Franklin 'teat trees laws, Mrs Cnrpenter stated that 'r 4
the state recently told of mem made, or if not, he will address the from Alachua county and Delk Monday EveningThe D. Roosevelt Following these. experiments a many might lone the right to vota '.:. .
bers of the state legislature and voters at 8 o'clock. from Dade. senior play "At the End of large nursery of selected cluster on this account ,i", '
school officials predicting that the T'hb Denmark-Hall murder trial the Rainbow," a college town playIn ---- type needs wan planted In 1931. The registration books close on ";"'f't< I 1
state will not meet the $7,500,000 was a sensation in 1926 and both three acts. Cast' Robert Pres- Even with the dry weather of the April 30 and no one not then registered r 1 '
appropriation made by the 1931 I To Let Contract were sentenced to die. They later ton, Ben Steinberg; Douglas Lower Express post season Mr Hall was able, on the books will have the) '.;'';'
legislature to aid in keeping open won a commutation to life Imprisonment Brown, Herbert Stevens; Dick from his past experience to obtain' right to vote although poll taxes :i1i.t.
all schools for minimum of eight' however. Preston, Ralph-Ch; Stanley Palmer splendid growth. A new type of may to paid until May 21 ,Itf r ,. I r
months. One report told of con- Three posses searched the vicin- Victor Thomas! ; Ted Whitney, Rates AllowedCompany trees Is now bring developed In 1 -- >''f1i
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templated action in the supreme At June Meet ity of Raiford and the home townsof Gordon Wadsworth; Jack Austin, this nursery and will be available
court to mandamus state officialsto the convicts were posted and Henry Mast; Marion Dayton, Patsy next year. These, trees, accordingto Public Speaking r'rI r\
pay the balance of the appro- lookouts placed for their possible Brinson; Nellie Preston, Melba Sil-! Extend. Fruit and Vegetable Mr. Hall, will have more lateral \ .
priation from other funds than I For One Link 28 arrest. cox; Louise Ross, Evelyn Stump; Tariff to Northern. growth and branching, with a correspondingly I, ,
those designated by the 1931 act. The dash for freedom was effected Phyllis Lane, Miriam Jacobs; Kat..- States / larger crop of fruit Dates Arranged P'{ "
Governor's StatementThe when Altman, In charge of leen Knox, Loyselle Turner; The than the average tree. h/ ;

governor's statement in Palatka, Apirl 26.-Whether or the truck, casually picked up the Imp, Dorothy Smith; Emily Elliott, tteduced. cypress rates on frc't The first unit of Mr. Hall's/ grove .',!"/
full: other two prisoners in'the squad Louise Walters; Jane, Hope was planted thin spring Work on
and vegetables from Florida, which There will bo public speaking at lit ;
not tolls will be lifted from the
"Under the new law setting and drove away.Berry Haynes; Mrs. Brown, Juanita this unit, consisting of 40 acres .. 'I r
Putnam Memorial were first put into effect by the the following named places on the t '
County bridgeby
aside the automobile license tax Dukes; Polly Price Louise Ed- was started December 29, and by 1 j'
Feb dale ; J
July 1 remains contlpgent Railway Express agency on given, for the purpose of getting ;
for the common schools, which further Investigation of the upon legal wards; Elsa Ernest, Elizabeth Williams ruary 12 from Florida points to March 1, was completely clearedof the public and county candidates ;" '," .'I
law became effective July 1, 1931,, Service Marjorie Arnold, Novella all timber, plowed and plantedIn
aspects of the case, but Chair- markets In the south were extendedto together. The public la cor '! i
received Marie Swift tung trees 12 1.2 x 30, or I ;
the schools have already King; Lorena Greene; approximately
man H. H. WeUs of the state high- eight states of the north on dlally Invited to attend one or more I> 1
4700 trees. This Is
through these nine months 5205. Molly Bruce, Beverly Oady. re-
April 25.Tariffs. of these meetings and the candidates '
department, B. A. Meginnis, ,
181. 0. This is more than one-half way Tuesday Evening the Graduation ported as the largest planting to ,"
attorney for the board and B. L. Starts SaturdayFast announcing these reductions are expected to be present. ;
of the annual salary bill for the ExercisesProcessionalMrs date In Clay county with the exception -
Duncan, chief engineer, acting as have been posted at all Florida of Penny Farm. Mr. Hall Speaking to begin promptly at i':
teachers. Long. points. This will bring these 8 o'clock p. m. at each place.
an official committee from the department i i' \,
"The amount yet to be paid can meeting here with the Invocation-Dr.'A.,E. Dunham rates on a level with and, sometimes plans/ to more than double his present tenth candidate 'in requented If ,'" I
only be estimated. We have thus board of bond trustees today, as- Passenger> Service by Seaboard .- Piano Solo, Valse De Concert, below the pre-war basis. The rate planting this coming year and 1 possible to complete his talk withY.
far collected license tax on 253,225 to Be Maintained Berge-Marjorie Stump. will employ all the modern meansof i
sured the board that they were interested reduction will he effective on Flor- in 20 minutes I
automobiles as against a total of in the proposition and Thru Shipping Season Address-Dr. J. N. Leaks ida fruits and vegetables shipped producing___tung oU. I The speakers will be called ai 'p')
331,678 for the whole of last year. would make every effort to achieve Chorus: "O Irish Hills. (Wm. I to all points in Connecticut, Delaware their names appear' on the dummy
This leaves 78,454 yet to pay. that end. Fast passenger train service on Lester) ; "Boat Song" (Harriet Maryland, Maaaacusctts, Col. If. V. Knight ballot an printed In the Telegraphthe
'The first problem, before the Mr. Wells incidentally gave as- all strawberry shipments by ex- Ware-Girls Glee Club. New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania To Deliver ii draw first night, will begin with the ,
school Interests today !is not the surance that he would do every- press out of Starke and Lawtey to Awarding of Diplomas-Super- and Rhode Island' and Inter- state senators and go down, the
balance which the stale Is to pay, : thing possible to speed up the workon eastern markets will be started on intendent Griffis.Benedlctlolf.'Dr.. 'mediate territory.The On Memorial lJO/J second l night will begin at bottomof ;
it Is the payment by the counties of i Highway No. 28 to complete April 30th and continue throughout E A. Dunham announcement follows close list nnd go up, and In like man
their share. i the unfinished link. the remainder of the shipping The Grammar School graduateswere ly on the drastic reductions made A Memorial Day program will nod will alternate throughout the
'But more Important than this I II Upon the advice of Mr. Duncan season. : :Melva Crosby, Leecy Fogg effective March 25 on 'Citrus fruits 1 be rendered at Crosby cemetery entire speaking Itinerary. E
I li, the maintenance of the revenues : that the last project would be This information comes In a let- Myra Frink, Blake Jackson, Don- from Florida to northern cities, together Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at Theressa, school house, Tuesday, I Iiirtdtfnrb '
or their equivalent now coming : ready for paving within 60 days ter under date of April 24th from ald :McRae, Helen Mesereau, Martha with the establishment of which time Col.\ H. V Knight will May 10.Graham.
from the state for school puroses.'It with all bridges now under con- Mr. C. R. Capps, Chief Traffic Of- Powell, Dorothy Sapp, Louise flat package charges. on varylng- deliver the address. The program school house, Thursday,
is a well known fact that struction completed, assurance was fleer of the Seaboard Air Line Railway Snyder, Alma Thornton, Leslie sized crates. I la an follows: May 12.New { i, r
some prominent candidates for given that the contract would be to E. S. Matthews, Presidentof Biggs, Gilbert Brown,' Delores The reductions are designed to Community Singing--"The Star River, school house, Tues
governor propose to take away all let If possible, for paving at the, the Bank of Starke.In Toole, Anita Wainwright Halcom offset to a considerable degree the Spanglod Banner." day May 11.Hampton .
of the new revenues. provided for June meeting. The west project, the course of his letter to Overstrect, Jack Bradley and:! Joe sharp drop In prices of winter' Invocation-Dr. G. P. Raymond town hall, Thursday "a r
schools. They offer no substitute i Mr. Duncan stated, would not be Mr. Matthews Mr. Capps writes as Grifls. fruits and vegetables throughout Address-Col. II. V. Knight. May 10.Hrooker. "
whatever but leave the schools I ready for paving for probably 60 follows: The senior high school graduateswere the south, and they are also Intended Quartette-"Tenting Tonight"Mrs school house, Friday, ',j 's, ti'
helpless, the majority of which or 90 days later when the bridges "My information is that the : Evelyn Stump, Melba Silcox, to meet the competition of Itin A. Z. Adklns. Miss Ethel May 20. r ;
could not operate as l long as four would be completed on that stretch North Carolina strawberry move- Novella King, Patsy Brinson, Cleo erant and pedlar trucks, whose operations Griffin Messrs. L. G. I'owell and Woodlawn, school, house, Tues I { : {
months."If Mr. Wells announced that his ment will commence to get well Shepard, Louise Walters, Miriam demoralize the marketing John Powell. day, May 24Hellbronn i
the present program is unwise party would return by Jacksonville, under way during the first weekof Jacobs, Etholln White, Ira Spon- of early fruit and vegetable crop. Taps. school house, Thurs J
or inadequate those who offer stopping over to interview George May. Our emergency service holtz, Louise Edwards, Beverly The new low express rates are Decoration of the graves day, May 28. .
to lead the state should present -I B. Hills in whose district 28 Is located from Lawtey and Starke will, Cady, Ortho Matheny, Ralph Cox, also an experiment on the part of Miss Ethel Orlfln, Historian Lawtey, school house Tuesday, : t''
a definite program, stating therefore Saturday Resale Colson, Willie Strickland, the to determine .
and promised to phone C E. commence on express company --- May 31.Starke ,' y
just what they propose to 'do. Are I Currie, chairman of the board tomorrow April 30th. This service will be Bob Frink, Lester Price Robinson, whether growers prefer to resume ENdlNKKIlS OATIIEK I).\T.\ school house, Thursday, t l lt'
the present revenues to be continued I I morning as to what might given except on Friday's shipments. Henry Mast, Victor Thomas, Cordon the orderly marketing of their (: CANAL ROUTE June 2. l{'
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or done away with T If done ; be expected In the way of speed- There being no Sunday morning Wadsworth, Herbert Stevens crops by express or rail, or whether I
away with we will either have less Ing up highway No. 28 construc- market, there will be no justification and Ben Sternberg. selling to highway truckmen Is Cedar Key, April 23- Major B, DAY F.XEIICISE.S ? 'i
than four months term, or other tion. for special service In order to Supt. A. J. Griffls !In behalf of to be continued, regardless of the C Dunn, who la to relieve Col\ V
sources of revenue. If other I e get Friday's berries to Jersey City the P. T, A., presented a Health I unsettling of the markets every- Frazier, in charge of the United Memorial Day will be observed
sources of revenue and intended, early aturday evening." Banner, which was awarded by the where, which that practice has States Engineers Department office with suitable exercises next Sun .J ,
state what these will be. Poll Taxes Must Be State Board of Health to the pupils caused In Jacksonville, accompaniedby day afternoon, at three o'clock, at .. i.
'More vital than the Immediate Paid Before May 21 STRAWBERRY )MOVEMENT: of Mrs. Herbert Hitch's gradefor J. M. C. Prichard of the Jacksonville Crosby cemetery, the exercises being ;r ,
distress may be the preservationof LIGHT making most progress In cor- STUDENT IlKPOltr CARDS office, Ralph F. Rhodes of the In charge of the W. T Weeks t ( 4

the present program which Ultimately With the final day of registering recting diseases. Prof. S. 8. Dowllng fated Wed- Savannah office, have been In Cedar Chapter, United Daughters of the +
will bring permanent relief to vote in the Democratic primary The strawberry crop of the coun- This closes one of the moat successful nesday that report cards/ will be Key two days, looking over the Confederacy. The graves of veterans 4
to .the schools." off and the ty this season will likely prove to terms in the history of the ready for distribution to students ground and securing data on the of all wars will be decorated
In addition to the entire net returns date of only the one day looming Into be the worst failure of years, B. H. _S. with enrollment of seven Saturday, and can be secured by suggested! Orange Park-Cedar Key with flags and flowers. All persons ? ,t
from the motor vehicle license : view voters primary and candidates nut less the opinion of the un-j hundred and three pupils. Prof. 8. ,calling at the high school building route for the proposed cross-state attending are requested to j 1 '
tax, the schools of Florida growers is wrong and the S. Dowling, principal here for six- 'at 10 o'clock. Pupils are requestedto canal. bring flowers tied In small bunches +1, { i
hustle In order not to be left out of 4
receive revenue from the one mill activities.The shows a heavy gain during the next ten years, and his competent faculty -'I call for their card at thla time, The party was taken over the I all they ate needed to decorate i '.
ad valorem tax levied by the state the merry books two weeks and bring good pricesIn have worked faithfully and un- If possible. proposed route at sea and, shown graves ; r' t '
constitution( and revenue from the county registration spite of eight or ten states tiringly to this end. the harbors facilities and advantages Tomorrow afternoon at S.30: ;
interest on state"deposits.a will close April 30. Those already shipping along with us. The long 26 CO-EDS MANAGETO by the Levy county Cross- (Saturday), all chapter membersare I
will not be required to
-- registered dry season checked the growth of WILLIAMS HELD FOKCIRCt'IT CRASH U. OF F. State Canal Aanoclatlon. requested to meet at the club ; :
VNDY CHATHAM'S register again this year. Other plant to such an extent that they COURT SANCTUM FOB MENA ._-- house to make wreaths for decoration '
HAND .,ASlPUTATEn facts to keep in mind are: were not in condition to withstand' I'.MKH 61,198 GALLONS' GlUt 1 on Sunday afternoon. j
The primary election is June 7th. the last cold and recover quickly Dewey Williams Is being held !In startling fact, even to those I ,
Palatka Apr. 23-;O. L. "Sandy" Poll taxes for 1930 and 1931 enough.In I the county jail on a charge of who attend the University of Flor- Bradford county used a total of LEGION AND AUXILIARY t ,4,4TO
Chatham, popular local athlete, must be paid on or before May 21, addition to the dally move- breaking and entering following ida, l Is the number of women students 61,198 gallons of gasoline duringthe HOLD ItEUULAIt MEET ) l
seriously burned at Starke several 1932. ment by truck and open express,l bis arrest Tuesday night as he and who have "crashed" into the month of March, according to p1
days ago when a ladder he waa I Candidates running in two or only two car were shipped from I "Foot*" Sistrunk of Plant City male sanctum. Although one of the Inspection bureau, department All members of the Jones-Lang- t; i
carrying more counties must qualify on or this week came out of the Quigley, A Davis the few non-coeducational state ford-Whlte Post American Legion c
came In contact with a I candidates I the local plaform one by I of agriculture. TIle state used 20-I ,
high tension overhead line at the before May 8th; and express and another by .r warehouse with three rolls of roofIng universities, women may enter pro 040,224 gallons during that period and Auxiliary are requested to be
"orlda' Power and Light Company running in only one county must prices did not exceed frelJrbt'l.Top : paper. THe officers were Upped vided they are of voting age, have with Dade county leading with 3.227,889 ,- present at the regular monthly :
ub-statlonr was recovering today, I qualify on or before May 13th. average being around '3oM. The,I off beforehand and were wait- had two years of college work, and I I gallons, and Gulf countylow meeting which will beheld In the 1 .'
folloWing the amputation of his left A person becoming 21 years of total movement from Lawtey for. Ing in the shadows as the two entered desire courses not In the curricu- with 12.925: gallons. Legion Hall at 8 o'clock p. m. May r ti ;I3
land age between April 30th and the t the Both Ignored lum of the Florida State Collegefor 3. '
yesterday morning, The News the season up to Tuesday night bulldlog. --*- 1s :
learned from Mrs. Chatham by primary may register on or before was reported at approximately the command to bait when lurI Women.At CIRCUIT COURT NEXT PEEK !
long distance from St. Vincent's April 80th on a special affidavit 3700 crates, representing 21 cars, I priced by the officers and ran, Williams present there are 26 womenin I FLOUR TO HE IHSTKIUITTEU t r
"< spltal, Jacksonville. before the supervisor of registration the season average being $6.00. To ( being arrested shortly afterward attendance. One-third In registering Regular spring term of circuit 1 _
Earlier rumors that both feet date the entire movement from f while SUtrunk made good his omitted their ages writ- court will convene Monday\ morn- I Branch chapters of the Red Crony .
had been amputated, current on thestreet There are also other matters this section will not exceed :50 cars. escape. Ing In the application blank, twen Ing at 10 o'clock. Only a few will be notified on arrival of the i
such affidavits and sworn item- of those who carload of flour sent to that t f1 :1
today, were dented by Mrs. as ty-one plus. Ages cases were left on the docket from being ,
'aUuLln who stated that only his ized statements of campaign expenses Ocala: -Construction may start ELECTION FIGURES WRONG did not conceal their years, ranged the special term held a few Woman's Club of Starke for digs I '
hand, seriously burned had been which should be remembered. In near future on state highway A typographical error in the ar- from 21 to 60. Fifty percent of weeks ago, and these with Indictments trlbution. t4i ,1r' .
removed and that he was recover- 1 No. 74 from here to Hernando on ticle last week reporting the resultof the 'co-eds are taking graduate returned by the grand Juryat Mrs. L. H. Hill, chairman Law-
ing nicely from the effects: of the 'Jacksonville-Tampa short route. the bond election held In Hampton study, four are In the college of this session will be handled. tel l. Mrs. W. B. Alexander cbarmao ,
"Peratton. ApalachlcolaToll charges removed for the purpose of rebuildingthe law, three are special students; for Hampton. fl 4?
It was not considered likely that oa ferrite,to east of town HollywoodInterior and front of Junior high school made the three in commerce and Journalism, Brooksvllle Crts Gilbert will Mrs. O. P. Raymond.
Deed would arise for further amputatiODll and,bridges. to westj/oa/ state road. Henry' Clothing Store being re rote appear 48 to 29 for the Issue. one each In arts and sciences: arch- move his cleaners press-shop to Acting Secretary Red Cross,, + a
it was stated. No. 10.' '" modeled.\ The figures 18 should nave been S3. itecture and agriculture. building oa North Ham street. Bradford County.aan jy; 1'I


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,. SANDY LANE FIVE MILE SAMPSON CITY Heilbronn Springs GRAHAM BOOTSEY'S BEACH BROOKER

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Rev. O. W. S. Ware of Worthing- Mr. T. E. Oldham of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Crawford and A. O. Brown and family of Quite a' large crowd from here We were all very sorry to hear
Miss Nellie Green and Lorene was visiting Green ton was the dinner guest of Mi. was a visitor here Wednes Mary Crawford of Jacksonville F.tarke, were visiting Mrs. Ellis attended church at Evergreen- Sat- of the .home of Mr. and Mrs. Lc,
a }: ties Pauline their Mrs. H. Starling Tuesday afternoon. and land Waters being
and Mrs. P. P. Dekle Tuesday of were visiting slater urday night Sunday. destroyed by
Sunday morning. last week. day.W.. H. Smith was transacting H. Parmenter Saturday afternoon. Miss Mattle Norman of Vander- Mr. and Mrs. Darby Gaaklns and fire Saturday night. April 23. Mr.
p Miss Hazel Johns Is visiting week. Miss Mr. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. business in Baker county Thurs- Mr. Rodman Underhill spent bUt was the guest of Miss Era little baby daughter of Heilbronn and Mrs.' Waters were visiting rela
W Mildred: Sander this the Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Jones of Sunday here with his parents, Mr. Smith Tuesday night. spent the week-end here the guestsof tires In Bell at the time of the fire
Miss Pauline Juanita Green was Williams Starke spent Sunday here. day.Mr.. and Mrs. John McKinney of and Mrs. O. L. Underhill Miss Pearl Johnson was attend- their mother, Mrs. Jean Gatikina. but by the cooperation of the citizens :
+ truest. of "Mlas Rev. Sykes of the Pentacostalfaith Graham spent Saturday and Sun- Mrs. Arizona Bradley was the I ing to business in Starke Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pringle and of this section most of thn-
i Tuesday night. the has been holding a series of day with Mrs. Alice Kite. guest of her brother Mr. O. L. Un- I Mlsa Thelma Wynn spent Wed- family of Maxville spent Sunday furniture was saved. This house
of Mr.Miss Clyde Juanlta Morgan Wllllama was Friday guest meetings at the Scout Hole. Louise Kite I is visiting her derhlll Saturday night. I nesday tight In Sampson here the guest of :Mr. and Mrs. W. belonged to Malcolm Harrell. w*
Henry Gainey, the small son of grandmother, Mrs. James Kite In Mr. Dutch Harley and Misses Arch Thomas of Starke, was a C. Ctiesser. are glad to report that Mr. G. w

44_ night.Mr. Ba com Williams Wall visit.Ing Mr.' J. W. Galney Is quite 111 with Starke.J. Edna Davis, Ola Mae Parmenter business visitor in this section Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawfordand Hazen's building which stood close
Miss Mae Thomas Friday night. pneumonia. We trust the little B. (Jerry) Smith and wife attended the chicken supper Sat- Wednesday. children spent Sunday at by was saved from being binned
urday night. Miss Ellen Johnson was in Starke the of Mr. and by the people keeping
Rosco Green and Bascom WIN sufferer will soon be restored to arrived here from New York Sat- Woodlawn guests water on it
llama the of their health. urday to spend a few days with Mrs Charlie Andemon and son Wednesday. Mrs. Carl Hilliard. as the ether! building burned.Mr. .
N were guests
cousins Mlas Pauline and Lorene Miss Ruby Wbltehurst of Flor- his grandmother Mrs. Sara Smith: Garfield were visiting friends here Willie Strirktand spent Thursday Mr. and Mrs. C. SI.\ Flanders of and :Mrs. Larson Mentz ana

;.a,1., Green Sunday. ence, S. C., is visiting her grandparents Dorothy Smith left Tuesday for recently. night with Jnhn Iiinvm of Starke. Way cross, Ga., spent Saturday Mrs. A. B. Crosby spent last weekend -
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Harn- Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Duke. Coconut Grove to visit her aunt There wall a chicken supper given tin.' Equllla Roberts, Jalte Rob- ; here the guests of their daughter here visiting her parents, Mr
l ,1 here Saturday night. A large erts and Mrs. Chesley Fogg made a B. and Mm. I R.
age were visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Dekle visited Mrs. J. D. Keykenda.il. nj son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. I. Gainey.
'ab', E. Green Wednesday afternoon. her sister Mrs. Lola Douglass Sun- crowd attended. All reported a business trip to Gainesville Thurs- Thompson.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen of Willlston -
Miss Emma Woodle was the I nice time. day. and Mrs. M. L. Thompsonand In are upending a few days
M 1 day.Mr. Mr. J. C. Jones made a business Miss Lcola Fogg was operated onThursday
i children and Miss Mamie here with his parents Mr. and Mrs
P guest of Mien Lorene Green Tuesday -. and Mrs. Dana L. Duke visited MILLER
i I her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Cau- trip to Jacksonville one day last morning at Gainesville. Thompson were visiting! Mr. and G. W. Hazen.L. .
week. Among those who attenJed Mrs. R. C. Grlffia at Roccdole Bun- R. Gnlnry carried
Mrs. R. II Williams was a business then at Cooter Fond Sunday. MI. Ellrn ninrkwld. Cor. several
had Mr. Owen Rhoden and Miss Lois churah here Sunday night were: crates! of strawberries to Star-da
iI visitor In Starke Friday. I Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Parrlsb
Starling attended the chicken sup Mr.: and Mrs. Matt and family of day.Mr.
I and Mrs. Anccl l'fondayaftunoon.
L Miss Melba Clemons spent this /as guests Sunday their son. Julius Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clyatt en- Thompson
per Saturday nIght. rookcr; Frank Thomas of Brookor sod ,. I e. Th"im vis- E. S. Calney! and Harvey
week with Miss Bernice Stanley. and his family of Miller.G. toyed a wedding supper given by : !>!ion were Dyal of
Mr. Bascom Williams and sister D. Faircloth and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown last Monday I Mr. Russell Q. Berry of Jacksonville Losbla Wynn of Sampson and itlny! frie| tj e i mpcl relatives in Jack- Punt City, "spent' Sunday here with
spent this week! with Mr. See. Juhn Crews of Lake BuUer.
*, friends and relatives.
g Juanlta and Mildred Sanders all Mlsa Pauline Faircloth and Mrs. night. Only eight young coup- .oiwilte Sua'toy nig it.
? attended the dance at the American M. C. Rehn, spent Friday afternoonhere lea were Invited to attend. ber Forsyth. Frank pad! Lewis Thomas: o A large:! cnwd from here pttend- Elder E. N. Anderson spent Sal
r Region JIall In Starke Thurs guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Mr. and Mra.' C. W. Carlisle and Miss Mae Rhorten! spent Fridayand Urooker were vislUug here Sunday. d tho aeroplane: "tuata at Lawtey urday night with Hiram Wasdcn
Saturday in Starko the guestsof Sheriff Epperson of Starke was '
of Graham.
; day night. Dekle. children were visiting Mrs. Car- JunJay aftcrrocn: Those attending:
Miss Belle Carter. .
Clara
attending business here Satur "
crowd of people .rom here were Hr and Mrs. L. J. ------- -
last :
Mlas Bertie Mae Ward was visit. Quite a young I lisle's sister Mrs. J. A. Dicks
Roy demons. Dill end Gt'orJ1e.: [day night. tins, Sidney Lewis J. B. Kirkland
ins Miss Mildred Sanders Sunday met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday.Mr. ormnn aud daughter Cleo Mr.
i night. Eugene Rodgers Thursday eveningand I H. G. Crawford picked three Reddish passed through our section nd Mra. 'J. L. Gauliins: and chll! Earl: Chesatr Mrs. I. B. Thompson
S''' I Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Jlrs. Curtis Melvin'-of :And son Ell Mr. and Mrs. B
Mrs. E. E. Greene and little son gave them an old fashioned crates and twenty-eight quarts of: lren Mr. and Mm. W. C. Chesser
w ,any Honk were visiting her slater serenade.Mr. I strawberries last Monday. Minn! Eva underbill was the :trooker:: were visiting her father nd daughter Nettle Mr. and Mrs. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. M.
.>, Miss Ida Sweat Sunday afternoon. and Mra. John Thomas gavea i Friends of Mr. Leonard and Miss guest of Miss Josephine Green Sat tad slater Mr. F. D. Robinson and 1. N. Crawford and children, Flsh- L.I Thompson and children and Miss
.
Miss Emma Woodle was visiting dance Saturday evening which Mercedees Joyner will be glad to urday afternoon. :Mra.\ M.. Rhoden Sunday. :r, J. B., Willlard and 1 Charlie Gas- Mamlo Thompson.

ads d Wee, Annie Sweat Wednesday. was well attended. know they graduated In high school -_- -
Mrs. Lula Thomas wall called to this year.
the bedside of her father Mr. Mrs. Sallie Blackwelder and chil-
,. .,
Carleton. who has been stricken dren were visiting Mrs. J. B. Han w + u
LAWTEY with paralysis. His condition Is cock last .

1 Mr. ID. B. ll.rn.,.. Cot.a reported serious with little hope ol Sunday.S M .__:___.;.i-.iJ .iS .ib :: / ;
y his recovery. ,
,
Scott Lake- Ben F. Gainey and O. P. Dekle
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. of THERESSA.Mlm
land are visitors here this week. were shopping in Lake Butler Mon. "
.
+ 3I; Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Norton were day.Dana nho. :Zelclvr. Cor.
visitors In Jacksonville Monday.Mr. \ L. Duke and\ O. P. Dekle
1 y Claude Barrett of Jackson were transacting business in Lake Mr. Adklns from Hampton and '

ville. Is visiting friends here this Butler Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Mott from Brooker
? week. I Many from our section attendedthe chaperoned a bus picnic at Crystal
Miss Grace La Borda of Doctor's closing exercises of Union High Lake last Friday. A large number
Inlet was a visitor here Monday. School Monday evening. The grad. enjoyed the annual event. At noon
9 Mrs. W. E. Torode. Mrs. V. -R. uating class la large this year and lunch was served and afterwards
much credit for the success of the
at the state
Reddish were visitors swimming and hiking was enjoyedby
q farm Friday. exercises la due the faculty which all.

Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley Jr., Is the best In the history of Union A. L. Sullivan and Cleveland Sullivan -

ji ., and son, of Starke, were visitors County High. The baccaulerate were visiting their mother
address Sunday evening by Rev.
here Sunday. Mrs. J. P. Sullivan In Hampton
R"' Mr. and Mrs R. E. Blanchard Fred L. Martin of Jacksonville was Sunday morning.
ft ,lt were visitors at Kingsley Lake an inspiration to those who will attend Misses Thelma and Pauline
next session, as well as to the
Sunday. Priest of Starke were the supper Wy
+> 1, 1 Mr, and Mrs. J. B. Dye and sons graduates. guests of Ruth and Rhoda Zeigler r P.R'r h i
y. of Jacksonville were visitors at Friday evening. r
,3 the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Priest of AT

Blanchard recently. RISING Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs., 4stVaP
; r + Mr. Manning of Gainesville was J. J. Zeigler Friday night.
a i a business visitor here Tuesday. Mr. II. M. Menu C... Misses Ruth and Rhoda Zeigler
Miss Pearl Jordan was a weekend I were the guests of Misses Thelma Pd
t + visitor at the home of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Norman and and Pauline Priest of Starke Tues
Mrs., L. H. Hill. children of Gainesville were I day night and Wednesday.
Mrs. E. E. Burney and daughters ng relatives here Sunday. vlslt-j Mr and Mrs. R. G. Zeigler of
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of Lawtey were visitors to Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gainesville were visiting Mr. and
1r Jacksonville Monday and Tuesday. Gulf Hammock were visiting Mr. Mrs. J. J. Zeigler last Sunday. ?
;r The Lawtey P. T. A. will be held and Mrs. J. E. Driggers Sunday.Mr. 7 Great Days of
At the school house the second B. J. McRae of Waldo was
Friday In May. Everyone requestedto visiting in this section Sunday afternoon RUN
DOUBLE
be present. :

t I e Rev and Mrs. W. B. Christy are Rev. S. S. Proctor of Lake Butler Mlm Bool Brow. Cor.
h visiting their daughter. Miss Edith was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. C
Miami. U. H. Lewis .
a 1 Christy of Sunday.Mr. Church was held at Saxton last
if t Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dinkins and Mrs. N. C. Mott and Mr. Sunday and Sunday night by Rev.
l were visiting his parents, Mr. and E. Lewis of Heilbronn were visiting Kirkland. A large crowd attended.
Mrs. Chas. Dlnkins. their mother Mrs. E. J.Lewis Sunday Brush
Services will be held at '
;' 4. a Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo of Arbor Sunday at 11 a. m. by Rev. w 4lA"I this annual evirnt has +r 1

r Tampa were visiting her parents, .
Sellers of Jacksonville) Everybody -
', Mr. and\ Mrs. J. H. Moore. Is welcome to attend. 5 and only, pri zt'-winnitig ,i

aj }l. Mrs. Ed Durban and son were SAXTON Mrs. O. L. Brown was visitingher merchandise has e
c; Miss Beverly Cady of Klngsley Miss Jane Tyler, Cor. afternoon. )
J Y,t+ 'Lake was a visitor In town Tues- Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Volley Starlingwere ilerns worthy ofCbheh's Blue Ribbon +

lay.. Mr. H. D. Tyler went to Starkeon the guests of Mr and Mrs.
y' a Jor quality. Plan to .shop in Jacksonville
"1 Mr. Paul Dinkins of Jacksonville business Saturday.Rev. E. Wilmot Sunday afternoon.
1 spent the week-end here with John Sellers of Jackson- I Miss[ Inez Kersey was the guest
a clrtriny Blue Ribbon Sale-.
his family. ville attended church at Saxton. ;of Millie Judd Saturday night. our
Mr. and Mrs. L. Cotton and eon Miss Dorothy Swanbom was vis- Miss Willie Mae Johns was the
of Jacksonville were visitors at the lUng Miss Loca Bella Sumner Sat. 'I guest of Miss Boots Brown Sunday
-, 1 home of Mr. and Mn. Chas. Din- urday afternoon.Mr. I afternoon. a .5 t

kin*. J. C. Dixon of New River I Mrs. Lum Johns was the guestof 1 '
Miss Mary Edwards has returned attended church at Saxton Sunday. Mrs. Jim Bagwell Sunday afternoon .- See 4tQ
home after spending a while in Misses Boots and Freda Brown
w Tampa with relatives. were visiting Miss Jennie and Mr. Harry Strowfelt was visitingMr.
l'tf /, t Mrs. :M. E. Edwards of Starke. Viola Tyler Saturday afternoon. Jim Bagwell Sunday. +er Sunday's Times-Union t ;
was a visitor here Monday. Miss Edna and Effle Griffin of Mr. Edward and Kenneth Bag-

New River attended church at well was the guest of Lloyd Bryan for
Saxton Sunday.Mr. Sunday. t, (May 1st) Complete

NEW' RIVER O. T. Nelson attended to S
f 41Y. business In Starke Saturday. Pensacola' -About 250.0O cubic "News of This Event
''I MtM Bml ...*. c... yards of material will be dredged
Yi; 9ti Fernandina Fernandina Cash from waterfront near naval air station -
i j 't : Mr. :M. L. Johns was transacting Grocery installed new equipment to fill In grounds of govern- .t' 1 X

1 4' business in Starke one day last ecently. ment reservation.MIAMIFLORIDA.
{ 4 ,week. MAIL AND PHONE ORDERS
; Rev. Butler filled his regular appointment :

;+ ;, fg at the Christian church I I GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTIONPACla
rc i r at. Graham Sunday.Mr. .
and Mrs. Alton Moody. Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Johns and Mr. M. H. THE YEAR-ROUND PLAYGROUND"HOTE

i; Moody and Mr. Floyd Wiggins .
s + were business visitors in Stark LEAMINGTON
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Friday.. rJi1

Rhoden y ; Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johns and "BUABirS N. E.MOST 1st St.POPULAR A' 3rd Ave.HOTEL" ( 1 ku'

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y.?I .i ll Z tended!In the Lake commencement Butler Monday exercises eve-- $2.00$2.50$3.00Single$3.00$4.OO$5.00Double YEAR ROUND RATES ] ULI L1w.

m ping.Mr.
a+ Emory Johns and Mra. Pled
;y ; r '%+ ger Johns were business visitors In No Higher Bate .'
Stark Friday. All rooms with private bath 4

;; m Quite a few from here attended Service, efficiency, courtesy cleanliness, hospitality, economy and
the commencement: at the Stark honesty are the cardinal principles upon which the popularity of
q as ,High School Tuesday evening. the Hotel Leamington has been built. "

Brooksvllle--Irene. Street being Alfred Simmons. Proprietor J. Fred Brunner Manager :; :;::1 : : .

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APRIL !9, 1933
.rnrnAV., __ __ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGIlArn. 8TARKE. FLORID.\ ___ PAOR TARP: !
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would not be able to be here on the :'bout six feet tall and 33 years 1'- Miami--A resolution adopted bY- the flames already Members of I,Torr was convicted of taking a car ,
dnte net because of the jerl:.us Ul- old 1 of the Miami Realtyb the county engineer's departmentwere purchased by John &{. Baxter of f I ,
News of Florida In Short Paragraphs -3r.1 i rf his wife. ard yesterday called upon Miami sent tonight from West' Palm Corn I Cables! who testified! the !

Mnifll ChirKsi r-jnp.: 19, told. i'iv minlB8lo"prs\ to give prompt Ucach to aid the fire fightorn.Wnuchiili seizure was made because of an
Ar.--:.lia .\. fine-tcn 01 ier for ]: p.[ .K: a ti.di,>y gust three' nun kllI..J I KAjurance: of n 27' percent reductionn unpaid $1) service charge which l'I
'C't'n"I'1' 'C"abUll! tI..d htq. j.tlitl ,!, ,'I< nt torture* t h:m lust night! lr'.j:: : taxes 01 to "resipn': In ftbouy -With prices better was not Included In the purchase '.
:
.....11 l J.1cw.J with the Dc.'<..!o Crotalaria '_ -ui uu..vt. b L19J.J) h'm! tell the I to make way tor otters who taut ever bfoit. UarJe c\Junty',contract. lie testlflod he had made ) '.
[ LIVE STATE NEWS I Association by a Florida 'iiiipoaltlon of property taken In a "',1 and will effect the necessary growers are ptrnl! :tic as their I'all regular payments on the car. ;
seed concern. In addition to this Miami Belch robbery about which i.uuinlea: of government and read- 1932 spring crops of vegetables begin
order many orders ranging from he knew nothing Phillip exh'blted just the debt' service." Another to come in. So far 42 carloadsof Miami-Local natural historians! .
two pounds upwards were received. burns on his legs' and said they resolution adopted by the board cucumbers have rolled out of are puzzled about the classlflca ,
County Agent J. J. Heard has I were made: by hot wires applied by praised county commissioners for ; hero for which growers have been tlon of a strange sea beast, whose 4 I
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES toted thst he Is receiving orders the trio who bound end gagged< him their prompt assent to demand p'lid approximately$73,000: cash at body was found on the ocean beach t tat
_& rapidly now but many are for small during the process. He was delivering for a 23 per cent tax reduction. The the platform. Prices are holdingup Upper Matecumbe Key south ;" j
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.-- I quantities, most of them betweentwo washing for his mother boar4 assailed' the attitude of well as shipments increase almost of here. James B. Carey, near J. I
Miami: Beach-Now here's a this way to visit the coastal wa and 60 pounds. One of the encouraging when the men overtook his car in .' Mayor Cutler on the slash In taxesas dally. The average so far whose home the beast was found, ,f ;,
burglar with an Idea of fair play. ters. Georgia now has a state- features he says, is the in outlying part of the city. They against the expressed will of has ranged from $i to $8 a hamper described It as being five feet long, f'i
\ Blum reported to police that wide closed 'lesson on its freshwater fact that the orders come from all drove him Into the country, he reported -I the taxpayers.: for fancy cucumbers, with choice with an estimated weight of 75 ,
LouIS one who apparently neededS560 fishing effective until June. parts of the United States showing where they robbed him of' a dollar less. This week the aver- pounds. A small head surmounted I'f I .
some took that amount last 1 L, and many Georgia sportsmen are that this new cover crop has become J7 after applying the hot wires, A Jupiter-Fire was raging unabated ego was $::5 to $3 a hamper for fan a thick body that ended In a blunt I. y
onlY a roU of $3.900 In bills taking advantage also of the fresh well known during its brief I passing tourist saw him and notified over a ten mile area west eye, a dollar less for choice, $1 to tall. The body was covered with
concealed la a trunk In his apart- water lakes and streams in Leon use in this country. I Hialeah police, who released of this city tonight, sweeping over $2 for culls and about\ $3 for plains. reddish-brown hair, about four "
and nearby counties. Other parties : him. rich citrus groves and pine forest Tomatoes also are bringing fair Inches long, except for the center .! +It
went _____ go to the coast section, where S'\rasota-Seven' wives tonight: land. Damage estimated at $60- prices with lugs selling for around of the back, where a mane of !I
Arcadia-W. D. Bell of Arcadia all the pleasure piers and other resorts mourned the death of Bangwan Lake Worth-A romance of 000 already has been: done to the $2 f. o. b. Beans are netting grow- coarse white hair, resembling pig 1
entered suit asking $50.000 have opened for the Hummer. royal chieftain of the Ubangl! tribe youth culminated today in the wedding fruit groves. A crew of 30 men has ers $3.60 to $::5 a hamper on the bristles was found. The beast's i dH
haS for Ms successful defense of of saucer lipped savages from the of Miss Vnncle Koid and Kil- been fighting the blaze: since early Wauchula market now, teeth were long triangular and set "4
tees William! C. Carver of Sebring who Trial of Mrs. Elizabeth Higgen- French Congo. Bangwnn died in win Johnson' both winter residentsof yesterday many of them workingall In double rows. Cary burled the
acquitted on a charge of murderW botham former Nassau county tax a hospital here today from bright'a Lake Worth. Both are more than last night Forty acres of Miami-R. S. Torr, of Jacksonville body but It was disinterred by r It:
wee his wife The suit names collector, charged with embezzle- disease. He had been brought to GO years! of age. During their Hull's groves, south of the Indian- I field representative- of an automobile Judge El R. Lowe, who preserved !1' jt i,
Carver and his father, S. E. ment, which originally was set for this country by Ringllng Brother's youth they lived In the same cityin town road, were damaged to the financing company was the head bones and some of the u \,
W R. of Miami, as defendants.No April 27, today was postponed, until circus and the change from a life the north", and were acquaintedfor extent of $40,000. The J. W. Rich- sentenced today to nerve one yearin beast's hair for submission to experts ::
carver trial date has been set. : the next term of circuit court. of warfare to a peaceful one Is mole than 20 ye.ira. After a burg tract of 20 acres of orange state penitentiary)' and pay a $2- In search of classification.
Circuit Judge George C. Glbbs In said to have given him the disease. long separation they met In Washington trees was believed to be entirely 000 fine for seizing: an automobile .
Miami Beach-Rosle, a sure-tire announcing the postponement, said Three of his seven wives came here list: fall and renewed their destroyed. Fire In the Rtchburg purchased through his company. Lake Worth-V. D. Scyzmaniikt I/i/{ .
entertainment hit as far as the kids he had received a telegram from to visit him in the hospital but Acquaintance. Today they were grove was spreading rapidly and Judge K. C. Collins, who passed purchased telephone building at /' /
concemed, has been cut off the the: state comptroller's office, stat have rejoined the circus, which Is married. They will make their wan expected to destroy the Rlch- sentence gave Torr the alternative Lucerne avenue and K street from '. +''I
are of a local real estate firm ing that John W. Williams, state in New York. Bangwan, who wor; residence in Ashland, Va., the home burg residence About 3,000 acres of serving an extra year In Mr. and Mrs. F. W. McNamara. 1 i Ir
payroll She has.however auditor and state's chief witness, the tattoo marks of a warrior, was of the bildegrocui uf timber land has been swept by prison if he did nut pay the fine f 1.
of her appetite. _n u u_____ Dl\rtow--\Valker
a new Job with Atlanta'scity Brothers :
,
Rosle, an ened store here- and will ",
park department. op'f'f.
elephant Drought here nine years Maytag washing machines 'I
was sold to Asa Candler Jr., rhllgtts gas stovesDUMMY I
ago. ,
of Atlanta and was shipped yesterday t: j jI

'to that-city. i BALLOT y }t r

Springs-Thousands of I t+
Tarpon In size from. 10 I Carrying none. of .tat. and co... ?
candles, ranging ty candlilHt. who """. formally anifiunovit 'ii '
to larger than 24 Inches In In the T.l..r.ph to this "
length been made by P **UKavouras. ..lul. *. Till I I. not an official ballot, ',
have o larrylnit name of all .nU".I. tar ,
aged sexton of the St. different: olTluN, but llta only thMaiulldntflii I !<
: "
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who I have announomt I
Nicholas Greek Orthodox church, through paId .dv..U..ment. In ISIS t ,
for use during the Holy Week ser wJ; I I ) BV'a paper l for the utrio they ..*.lt.llallut ,.. 11:';

vices this week at the church. The IE i M... II. ........ t. HlcklNam .t ; '
candles were remade by hand from h I'' 1 it'
used ones. Kavouras made some II :.'I.
In his spare I'//' For ", ,
350 candles a day iI Uo' .u. 'I"
time. / h.l I Vote for One. t I

I I I II UTAFVOIIU OAI.DWEUL.. t
Clewlaton-The United States I I ,'I j "
Ip CART A. 1IAKD1CU t
Sugar Company today reported It I \ 4
.
harvested 205,135: tons of cane 10M JiAUl- s r

from 13.165 acres of Evergladesland 11 K, A. HATHAWAY '
the past season and
during ''
JOHN W. MAitTIN
converted the crop Into 24,000 tons ( I 'I
of sugar and 1,819,421 gallons of i I Vote for.on.....t..,. .. .t... 11 I

molasses. The report said the .
H. A. (lit AY
8.116
percentas
sugar yield registered
against 7.67 percent for the previous ('......1..10... .! A.rltallar* ,
season. The announcementalso I Vote fur on* r

stated that 13,554.acres. of KHAN KLIN O. KING
cane will be avaUable for the 1932- NATHAN MAYO t p//

flS harvesting season. PRICES REDUCED
i iJ Fur Hollr... t,;..M......_
Vote fur on.. l
Tallahassee-State Senator Ar- '
thur Comer of Key West, today $ w. H.JOHN. JOUGLAH8 I'

qualified with the secretary of $44-5 W NttWBUKNVur i

late to become a candidate for State Saat.*
governor In the June primaries. and uP Vote for on.. "f

Gomez' entry brought the number t IIAL Y. MAINE !

qualified for the gubernatorial race P.O. FLINT a MICHIGANLooming J. M. MANNW. 1
to six The others who have paid
the entry fee are: John W. Martin I K. MIDDL10TOM 4 14'. I

Jacksonville; Cary Hardee, Live ....... II.... .........t.tI.** (' :I i i 1
Oak; Fona A. Hathaway, Jacksonville Vote Cure,,.. 'P

; j. Tom Watson Tampa, and -oT M. INMAN f', I

T S. Hare, Jacksonville. T. 11 P1NIIOL8TF.R "I'I' ; ,t tFar
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l'ensacol&-Three United States Vote for on..c..>..,. .I..... "J.j
'
judges held in an opinion filed here i'
C1KO A. UAHDINKKM. : !
today that owners of property
'
within the Everglades drainage dIstrict t K. r'KHIlTMAN r; 1'1'.'

must continue to pay taxeson .....h..*...... at .......1. V 1 .- a
the basis of 1923 assessment for Vote for on.. i'

retirement of $9,000,000 drainage U II. *.UTCH I "
district bonds. Further, the 1923 -' I I,
A. j. onirruII .
rates of bond retirement taxation 8th I "' 't

cannot be reduced or altered, or D. WIGGINS "'. \
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the proceeds diverted to any other ('leek Circuit Co.r ., r
purpose until the outstandingbonds Vote for on..

are paid the Judges ruled. O. W. ALOISHMAN

The opinion, written by Judge L. A. J. THOMAS

W Strum. theGREAT F.. Tea A..***or

Tallahassee-Tallahassee la already larger every Jay as Vot for on.. .
E. W. HAYKHt : .1 .
feeling the effects of the Invasion
of fishing parties who passOVER II HI LI, N: I

N. D. WAINWRIGHT ,I:: ii'j 1))' '

, \ For Ta. C.I\\_... ; '
WORI4' AMERICAN VALUE Vote for on.. ?I'I'I' I;,"

N.ERlESUP CARL JOHNS '. ,f'i If' i

CARL ,.. KNIOHT ':r

p..' ......" tf
Vote for on*. 'I.. I
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REDUCED PRICES EFFECTIVE APRIL 1, 1932 OSCAR ANDRKirt : .

C CLRMONM

ROADSTER '445 COACH . 495 CABRIOLET. .595 W. J. EPPERSONM : !:
b&cause offers such fine-car features ..... rkl. ...>*-Dlvfrlrt 1 ,
Vote for on.. ,

as Free Wheollttg Syncro -Mesh gearIPOIT ROADfER 1485 DE LUXE COUPE 51O SEDAN . !590 Cl, H. BENNBTT : S .t t

J. T. MOO IIR 1

shifting, bodies by Fisher and multl *TANDARDCOUPE 1490 DELUXE COACH $515 SKOAL' SEDAN $615 R. A. NEWHOM .

Mvmkvrk_l ..-f>l..rl 4 "
Vote for on.. ;E
cjr//ndersmooflinessafliesofieivloivprlces WINDOW COUPE 490 SPORT COUPE 535 LANDAU mEroii'625TIM W. C. MANNINO lr

Chevrolet HIM c mJtef U models, ,. :II:1' )
AH arts. f. .. a. cwt. rkM11M.tt1.Ih )LD. MAY
..r....... fer Immediate delivery) l PHAETON :&95 I-p.".f. COUPE '575 .......&".., lut....... Mx ..r ""kMl lUamt Dlrtrtrt S
TO ,.. are Ie word-- Vote for on.. 4
,. VWT' nave at tension.. MOTKl A""....d.l.rtaarlanl-*-ff-r-*-_'- ...........<....,........U..*a e .......'IS.OOIIII ed..ltl-..
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wp$ # W'OtTR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA rnm.\v. ATOIL "3. jrr.

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B. Jacobs!, Mrs. E. W. Hayes, Mrs. levies a tax on all retail stores did succeed In staying off Its en-I j I Warrant during, month ;;;;;| :<

R. J. Davis, Mrs. W. E. Torode All Major Acts and their stocks of goods and their forcement for a time. A group of I I To Eat due Deo.hI...1.NO.1931 Ul71'; .

lira.. Ernest Wells Mrs. Martha stocks in warehouses. The rate of Everglades drainage district bondholders To Nov. 1 i

I.I J.5ocictyJ Biggs and Mrs. A. H. Harley. taxation Is boosted on a sliding went Into federal court and c rJt.d'"u: month; If

Of 1931 Session scale for chain stores accordingto won In their contention that recent To Warrants bal. due during Deo; month 47
INo9t
IT. I). C. TEA AtoKAUTIPUL their number and the number: acts of the legislature chang 5)15 l *.
Overdraft Nov. 1 ____
of counties in which of the district ----- ((170
EVENT they are op ing the tax: system Reoalpts during month .__ 'it
U' --- 1 erated. was invalid and holding the drainage Warrant during month 480!C.!.4

: Have Stood Test The corporation tax law requiresall commissioners and the state Overdraft Dec I. 1931 20' ..
EASTERN STAR TO regular business and program The home of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. !>!.,. N... :3
afternoon Matthews was the scene of a beau. corporations doing business in trustees of the Internal improvement To bal. due Nov. 1 ___. .. 2163'
church -
the Monday
MEET MONDAY meeting at the state to file annual reports with fund for the dis Receipts during month ._ unit j.
responsible
tlful event Thursday afternoon i
at 3 o'clock with Mrs. G. Not One Important Law In Thrown Warrants during month : ,
the secretary of state and to pay trict's bonds. : To bal. due Dec. B70U
when the W. T. Weeks Chapter Overboard Court 1. 1931
aI90.
Alderman In of the by Supreme
The Eastern Star will hold their W. charge program Islet.! No. "
annual fees based the 4
filing on I
and business session.A United Daughters of the Confederacy To bal. due Nov. 1 ______
: L regular meeting Monday evening 54( .
of their stock. Store will '
amount Leesburg-Folsom's
capital
a silver tea to which Receipts during month
gave Acts of the 1931 Florida legislature -
at 8 o'clock at the :Jlasonlo Hall. render-
-. splendid program was about one hundred invitations were Motor Vehicle Tux Upheld move to new location In building Warrants during month
___ by members of circle cue. Talks which went on the statute Hardware To bal. due Dec. I. 1931 K4iMl ,.
The IBS motor vehicle law came occupied by Leesburg
issued. books Dint. No.
laws of C
GARDEN CLUB TO MEET It'd as general statewide I
: thefollowing subjects were Roses poppies calendulas, gyp- application have had their In for a series of attacks various and Supply Co.Typewriter Overdraft Nov. 1Receipts -___ -_ __ 1

j : ; The Madison Avenue Garden given: "True Heroism"of, Mrs the J. H sophtla! and other spring flowers day of trial, been tested In the features of the act being challenged I Warrants during during" month month 1,174 IU.Oq Si

Pitts; "The Heroine QuietWays' tastefully arranged In baskets and courts, and in separate suits from divers ribbons and carbon To bal. due Dec. 1, 1031 __. 440 P9K4
Club will meet with Mrs. a. L. upheld.A
r :Mrs. W. J. Epperson: "The 1)1".. No. T
Haynes Thursday afternoon at 2:30: Heroine, of Italy", Mrs. E. oowls added to the charm of the I check of records in the supreme sections of the state. The measure paper for sale at the Telegraph office. To bal due Nov. 1 -.__ __ XU u

,. *; o'clock. Sunny rOOMS of the lower floors!, which I court and the attorney came through all encounters 1 Receipts during month
I the
C. Priest; "A Heroine Among Warrants during month _
without losing a section, a subsection
were thrown ensulte. Receiving general's office here shows that
S M. Brownlee To bal. due Dec 1, 1031 .
J. I
4' EXECUTIVE' BOARD OFV01IAN'S Foreigners. Mrs. ; 'were Mrs. L. O. Powell, chapter not one of the major acts of 1031 or a phrase. NOriCM OK S;;'KCIAi, UASTFIVB: 1)1.4. N... IIIOv.rdr..ft ) M
"The Heroine of the Big Canal", S.C L" Nov. 1 ._ _
1 and Mrs. E. 8. Mat First it was attacked in its application h 46e 4I
: \ CLUB TO MEET president wan declared Invalid and knockedout NOTICE: is HEREBY GIVEN that Receipts during month _
Mrs. W. M. Mundy. I I 10
thews. by the high court. of increased license rates under .slid by virtue of that certain Warrants during month.
The executlv-d;; ; ; of the Wom i Mrs.' George C. White was appointed -: For the entertainment of the to vehicles which operate under decree of forecloHure and sale made Overdraft 1>eo. 1, 1931 _
The first of the 1931 laws of and entered on the 25th day of April 1)1.l 1 J\j,,. 1O 451m
: ; an's Club will meet Wednesday corresponding secretary to I guests there was a program of music p-eneral which jurisdiction of the state railroad I A. D. 1932. by the Honorable. A Z To bnl due Nov. 1 ___ __ __ ,, 1
morning at 11 o'clock at the club fill the unexpired term of Mrs. S. and readings, directed by Mrs. application was commission and must therefore Ariklnn, Judge i>f the Circuit Court Receipts during month .. 5' ,
tested and In Warrant .. _
approved the courts nf Bradford County, Florida, In during month
c g house. L. Peek. A. Z. Adklnn the first number being i was one authorizing county school pay mileage taxes in addition to Chancery sitting' :, In that certain To bal, due Dec. I, 1931 I itt I
S license taxes. tuuve pendIng In said court wherein l)Ut. J\j n. 11
a piano selection by Mrs. E. M I
!MR*. 1C.I.. DYVI SINGS'! AT : boards to anticipate tax collections I The Florida National Hank of Jacksonville Overdraft Nov. 1 _, _?___ U ,. '
CIRCLE MEETINOM EASTERN STAR RECEPTIONGIVEN !: Davis. MIss Lucile Mitchell gave I /and borrow up to 80 per cent of Then it was assailed because of a corporation I I" plaliulir" Receipts.during month n_ 9'1 1
two and J. II. Rltoh, al' l f. lUIIH Warrant during month ,
MONDAY AFTERNOON readings and was followed by its regulation of the weight of motor .t are < "' in< 28
IN GAINESVILLE I the anticipated revenue for the th. undemlRned, as Special Overdraft t><-o. 1, 1931 __ 5" 1
two voice numbers by Mrs. Adklna current fiscal .year. Application of vehicles on public highways Mauler appointed by the court In IIH. 1)1"! No. 13
I 'k accompanied by Miss Ethel Griffin. i claims being made that the private 'final" The circles of the Woman's Missionary the act was said' to have enabled Receipts during month ,
for sale nnd will sell, In 1C
A reception was given honoring pursuance )
Mrs. L.
Society of the Methodists O. Powell gave as a reading many county schools to keep running truck operator was discriminated of and to sutury ,uid decree, at pub- Warrant durtnjr; monthOveldiuft 11 1 9i
s church will meet Monday afternoon grand officers and past grand officers a selection voicing the praises i until thor state began assisting against while the contract and eel'.Iftet lie outcry to the highest and heatoldiiar Per. T, 1931 -_ 76 :<:
District No. 8 Order Eastern bidder for I before the HI"e.! No. IS
at three-thirty. The Harriet of Dixieland/ and the program with funds collected from the -. carriers who operate under ."...nt door or of the Bind cash turd, rvmnty Overdraft Nov. 1 .___ __ 117
Kth ; Peek Circle will be entertained by Star at the Masonic Temple in closed, with tap dancing by little sale of automobile licenses. the railroad commission were Courthoune, tn the City of Slarko. : Receipts during month _. I
I : Warrants _.
Gainesville, Wednesday afternoon Mills Louise Florida on Monday June flth A. 1). during month
i Mrs. L. A. DnvlB., The Noble White four to 6 o'clock. Sterns. The court test of the gasolinetax favored. 1U.U.: ths Bam. being, a legal' HalnHl Overdraft Doc. 1, I'm' __ __ Lit!'
from A word contest was directed by Again it was attacked because within 1)1.l .. N... in
hey the hour of
a ; Circle will be entertained by Mrs. law attracted the most attention -I legal Hale
\ H..P. Demorest. Mrs. n J" Davis sang two vocal Mrs George C. White Mrs. L. G. and held the most' interest of its penalty clause-a clause and to-wlt two, between o'clock. eleven p' m, the o'clock roprtv.a. m. Overdraft Kecoipts during Nov. 1 month______?______ \11.U 04

_.----.. numbers, "I Love a Little Cottage"and Powell and Miss Amelia Ray. "Con possibly because of its financial which requires the motor vehicle situate, lying/ and being In Bradford: Warrants. during. month __ 1."i''

i UAPPTIST W. M. S. HOLDS "Obi! Sweet Mystery of Life." federacy" was the word given from significance- the state's smaller' ] owner to pay 25 per cent additional County: Florida, described .. follows Overdraft Pea OUt.1.No.1>31 17_ __ 11)4)

ic MEETING Those of this chapter attending which: to build other words and In counties and because. of the fights for his tag after February 1 The Northeast Quarter of the Overdrnft Nov 1 'h I 11 I F.

the reception were: Mrs. L. D. this contest Mrs. I... II. Hill made and filibusters it caused in the each year Northeast Quarter of the Sow helm Receipts Warrant during month __ _.. 1'1i
during
., month
i The Baptist W. M. S. held their Oreen Mrs W. E. Mlddleton Mrs. eighty-four words and received as 1931 legislative halls and committee Municipalities have challenged Quarter l'u.b l.aI"IL'.J.( Except and' 468 acres Houth Went of Overdraft Daa.!, .1, _1931_?_ IH' "
I .t.he. .lLlt.'t
-- a prize an angel-food cake decorated rQ!>m&. the state's right to collect a license .,,". ....n"......., ....."ner Ot .ne ",outn.ea..t Overdraft Nov.1.I..t.1 AlO._ u_,_ 1272
Quarter of Suction 16,
--- In the U. D. C. colors of red Upheld In fee on municipality owned and used 0. Rage, !24 Kant containing Towrmhip 26.34;! Receipt during month -_ .. 37D 8''
JR EntiretyThe
lit
and white Mrs. R. F. Demorest Warrant during month ___ 15\<>
ZHow motor vehicles and the case Is heroN Inure or K HH or all the lana on
to play bridge cams second with forty-nine words.In law was upheld In its en the ia..t Hide of Public Kond. Overdraft Dee, J. 1931 .,__ 896"I 1
tirety. It provides that a six: cents pending on appeal to the supreme One and one-half bewlnnlng': INTICHKSI' A dl-VKINO: FUINI
% III///ffJ AUCTIONCONTRACT the dining room tea was court. The lower courts ruled both at the:, Huulheant ;tJo"i the Houth- No. a
/ tax be assessed
? mI /<{ poured by Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and per gallon againstall ways on the question. east Quarter of the Southeast Quar Bal Nov. 1 _.__ __u____ 2520 ji 4,
Mrs. M. E. Edwards gasoline sold in Florida and ter of Section 20, and running thence Receipts during month _... 41.K
. the table being provides for the distribution of, UtHltle Tax Attacked North One Hundred Five feet;, thence Warrant during month?..._ -.
I Iv'r\ / covered with an Irish lace Another Went ttlz Hundred Thirty I feet! To bal. due Dec 1, 1931 -_ 2(614)
cloth and centered revenue from this tax. The seventh 1931 act under attack thence South One Hundred Five feet; No. a
by silver bowlof
a
cent per gallon gasoline tax was Is the utilities tax measure. Seven thence Eaut Six Hundred Thirty feet To bal. Hue Nov. 1 D41111r:
ii by\Vjmnc swet peas, roses and gyJ>sophlJa. to point of beginning Receipts during month ..___ 41.80
Ferguson Pink candles In silver candle-sticks levied by a separate law and was Florida cities which deal in public Also| the Northeast Quarter of the 1, Warrant during month ..._
I not affected by the court case. I utilities challenged not only Northeast Quarter (except Six acre.) To bal due Pec. 1. 1931.8635MJ
jiEs&Author of PRACTICAL AUCTION BJUDCB also added to the pleasing effect. the law'a In Southeast corner and also except. l>l. rlrt No. 18
A salad and sweet course was Revenue from the tax was divided application to municipal one acre In the Southwest corner of To bal due Nov. 1. 1931 .... 419 3D
: -. equally between the state corporations but the whole body Section 29; all being In Townuhlp 6 Receipt. during month .-__ 138.SO
I Copyright I9J1,by Ho/Ie.1r. served by Miss Lois Adklns and of the statute. South Range ti J2ost. and contain. Warrant during month ....
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Miss Sara Hope Haynes. Assisting road department.' and the state'scounties. They lost In the ing In all Ihli-ty-nlJt acres and one- To bal due Pao 1, 1931 .___.- 657.**
; .. In The road departmentgets circuit court and their appeal Is half, more or 'lens I hereby certify that the forevo
; ARTICLE No. 26 entertaining and serving were: three pending In the court. Together with all and singular log statement, showing balance. at
cuts tax supreme
Mrs. J. M. Brownlee! Mrs. O. L. per gallon the tenements, hereditaments and the beginning and at the ending of
'.. .. Which are the easier: to handle but remember that bad habits are)har Beasley, Mrs. O. L. Haynes Mrs. revenue An' qual amount Is apportioned The act places a tax of one and appurtenances thereunto belonging; Ihe month herein above stated sad
.I: weak hands or strong hand? Moat to break. You may lose a trick or so oua proportionately among one half per cent on the gross revenue 01 In any wine appertaining of the receipts and warrants 1".11..01
J. FVIL..on, Mrs. R. A. Weeks Thlit JOth day of April A. D 1932. during said month, corresponds with
l_ : players probably will reply that strong big hand and still go game but, if you Mrs. J. W. the 67 counties on. the basis of collected by Individuals firms' A. S. fRRVVS.: the records of my office, and I Is true
hand are earner to bid and to play and are just as careless on the next hand, Andrews Mrs. H. B. their area, population and and corporations-Including municipal Special Mauler and correct to the bat of my knowledge
t _; : that is Weak McLendon and Mrs money J. w; HARREL.I., ,
probably true. hands ana the trick you lose may prevent you W. E. Torode. Jacksonville and belief I .1100 certify th t
::1 rule, offer more problems than the from going game. The only to The out-of-town guests 1 spent In building roads which were corporations-from the sale Attorney for Plaintiffs. the following Is a lint of all county
way were:
strong onest but the latter are frequently become a good Auction or Contract Mrs. A .V. Long and Mrs. S. T. later made a part of the state of electricity and gas for light 4.29tt.527.C0lJ'i'Y each depositories at, the ,clone showing of tha the month balance he ''II

'. .. .. hard to handle. player is to play every hand, strong 01 Dell, of Gainesville; Mrs. J. S. highway system. heat and power, and from the use IIUPInINTI:1'11UI.N''I''A,: : in first stated, and the amount
The writer was watching a new Club weak for the maximum. Concentration The so-called chain store of telegraph and telephone sys .MOM'HIV KIXAftCItL. STATEi-' security by each such deposit
tax
I.i !. ? member playing the other day and, as on what, you are' doing will win more Blitch and Mrs. Jim Godwin of the tems. all N'I. eoi'jMiv' \ SCHOOL nuBradford and amount of Inttreat paid or ci
tr : 1 dealer state farm Mrs. law and the Corporation tax law Ited during said month by each .'
lie L.
passed a very strong hand. rubbers! for you than any other one ; H. Hill, Mrs. county, for the month 01
,. When asked why he didIO, he replied: thin?. \v, E. TorodA, Mrs. G. W. Robert, also were attacked as unconstitutional Two other state laws were questioned November, 1931. daily depository balances on or account time deposits of curr.
: ____ ., 'The hand was so "big I didn't know ( but emerged with the in important court I Witness
____ ihef'lTowinghandswereplayed ins Mrs. Effle Miner and Mrs. O. W. supreme casesduring I Uenera' School Funds my hand thin BOth day
iD .. what to do with it." Dim is not an recent duplicate tournament, and the Brown, of Lawtey. court's stamp of approval. the past year but'one was Tonal. due Nov. 1, 1931 ___ 252879 November- 1931.
.'. ..____ uncommon fault, 10 learn to be as bidding showed wide not Receipts$ during A. J. ORIFFI3.
__ a diversity ol However. In most Instances the an act of the 1031 legIslature mnnth 44" 21: rv'?mrv Slur.,
; careful lit bidding and playing the opinion The hands of all four pl.iyeri I .. ... ...-..,....-.... ._.. .,--...-..-. -- -.---- .---
high court was divided on the ver A group of citrus lost "w". ...._".'.".."""". :.,.:....".... ...
:. !strong hands as you are with the weak are given, so that you will thus have JESSIE J. BYRD growers -- -.m'' '' '' '' ''' ''"'...'''..mui,'"III'.,'.IIiSIIIIIIHULIIthIiIIIiSIUidllIlI.. ,," .' .." LIIIH'IiIIIuIIIlIIUUHILIIIUIIUIUIUlSiIeiIIIMIliIJ; ,'.,' "' .' .
.i ones. In the play, particularly, one is an opportunity of comparing you : dlct--the division usually being 4 repeated efforts to have the state
: ; ,. apt to !become& tuitlcss: : with a big hand; Analysis with the actual reuulls. to 2 for affirmance. antt-arsenate citrus law declared
Friends of Jessie J. The ChAin store ta'C measure
: Byrd, 40 unconstitutional although they
r : Hand No. 1 will regret to learn of his death -.- .--. -- -- EXTRA SPECIAL
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I Hearts 1C, J, (, 5. Wednesday at Lamb hospital in -V&ii lU 0..0. ---ssau '0

%: Clubs -A, 8,2 Starke. following a brief Illness. II. I

1:., //ji Diamonds- A, J, 8, 4 Mr. Byrd was a native of .,,,. ... .. w'. .' .. .. 11 11a.5
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Clay .. b
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<<# '.. ". .. Crates
110 .1. Strawberry
i ': Spades-4 .. ... ... ."' Go ,, .. ; complete
.t ,. Hearts-A, 10, 8. J HeArta county but bad made his home in r h ...." o ... .'... ...,P oC.. ....... ."'.. ;:; lit10\. ':,t % :. .,.......oJ 'a .. ,. ,
-9,2 ps-ft \>5. .. .. ., Q> .. ... .
Maxvilla .. ': .
.: for a number of .. 1\1 ..t. ; .
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: Clubl-9t.3 I Y : Clubs-5,4. years. 'w. Qt. .. ; .. .. .. .. .'-. .
.,. I.hnmondsis, 10A.O.J.3( I A D.I liimondiO. 9, 7,5.3. '. He was a member of the Woodmen O U I .. la.\\o cI \\ .,- .... ... uti. .. b .... O.". ..... .. .......... .. with Cups --35c
t t Sptdce I Z : Spoluoa 10( 1, ..3t:1 of the World. Besides his widow ", .... -- .. .I ... .. ':-... .. .. 0
? : Mrs. Dora Byrd. he Is survived by o .. ".'..... ',-'. -. "' ... \\\t1f\!, .....-A... '\l \ ,.. 0

.: Hearts {O.! 7 three daughters Misses Ruby Gen O .. s,,':. ,'! ',.'- \ ,.... l "!"(". ( :'; ;>'I. .4.. 0
('Iubs-I", Q J, 10, (d\ [I "; /,/ '.II
eva and Nora t.. ; t .4 ; II
Bell _
'! 1' li.tninnd0. Byrd all at ; : ;; .. ,t
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: .., Spades9 6 5 : home; his mother Mrs. Jane W. ., .\ f1 :; IIao'
: 2 IIc' ; ....
Byrd, Jacksonville; and a sister, : I K tI
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4'. : No score rubber game. Z dealt and with the two.spade bid and Y wai Mrs. W. J. Dupree, Jacksonville. ''ftJ.I. y' i '! -be S :

c __________. bid one club. What should A now bid forced to bid two no ti jnp or three Funeral services were held from 4 ,::1\r\ I .._ .. .. .. .. \ :
with
the foregoing hand hearts. He elected to bid the two nc: the Long Branch 1 ft. _. .. 0
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Baptist a r"1.f. '/.
church :
VI. .
A's : .
proper bid at either Auction! or trump l because it seemed a safer bid : u : .. .. II
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_ : Contract is undoubtedly a double of than tlnee hearts. He just made tin near Maxville at 3:30: p. m. Thurs- ......., [) --.- ; 0 ;d{. ..'. .
: : Z's one club. At one table, A doubled bid a>> faded to make came, a big lost day, 4he Rev. James Strickland -----:'

and Y bid four clubs. '1'his was a good compared, with table No. I. pastor officiating. Interment was n i n ': .i P AjIf..-. (
!. bid< for it prevented A and B from .'Hiis. hand in a good illustration! ol in Long Branch cemetery, under : :. "
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r y bidding. It also forced A to as to winning e""
gueas by bad bidding.! The propel the direction of Bums-Howard

; 4J,: _ .the I.A. .",proper.. __....!.. ....lead..._._. .1....._lie..___led_. __the_.._ace_ ._of_ _bid L.' with.". 4'.band, is a double of one Jacksonville morticians. "rti f I "
n. "' ""U. .1"'<1'.n.a CIUO. I lie lIl<1 01 one no trump i. vtrl! -
as- result, Z made five-o ," At table No. 2, A bid No. Fort Pierce-Bill Henderson, I ii
one no trump, :2 gamed by the bid was because i
., which Y doubled." U was on the job the player of A I hand nt table No. I negro, is a stickler for showmanship e
; however, and took A out of the double made a bad opening. With a trump and that probably has saved i II Flies are the'pests of spring and summer. They O STO :

by bidding two diamonds. Z was now opening,the proper one on the bidding his 111e. A rattlesnake bother the livestock-make the KEVI
of the'
-one cows fretful "
1 I in and II
a difficult lie knew Y cause
position. that A Z
make
can only three odd in clubs
_______ : must Lave spade strength to warrant It is an ideal hand for that opening he big ones, struck him on the leg as\\ I I summer milk slumps. But not if you use Purina Fly II ... it) I

his no trump bid, but saw no other Note that the lead of the ace of hearts gathered wood yesterday. The : Spray. It.ends ";:.:: ...w\..;>.-:.-.. ..,Kf:....... .. >
I; way to give his. partner additional followed by the see of spades, gives negro dispatched it with a club L I fly troubles. It kills 'em and chases (J t:.. ': ; ; j t
'information, so nvuta. the bid of two ed.I.-er game. Study this bidding and and then had to kill another that 'em. :.:/ :tif iK1 ::::::;/
g : : : !
spades. A punned for he was satisfied.. think, over A'. proper lead. attacked him. After that be adopt 8 '; ,............,.,..,........,.: ..... ..'. ....:.., ';OO' If; :.:....:. .,

Hand No. 2 ed Spartan methods of cure. With o o Purina Flay Spray not only Is deadly to flies but it O { : :.: ::;:m.ff!i}M1[ I r! ::
a dull pocket knife
he
cut out the is j a powerful and lasting Ii
Hearts- 6, 3 part of his leg! where the snake's I i repellent. One spraying will I

F Clubs-84.3 fangs Injected vemon and started n keep cows. horses or mules free of flies all day. Spray fl \
'? t: __ Diamonds I K, Q 10. 7,6,5
Spade-7, 3 for a doctor In truck. He took I I the barn and the flies disappear. Purina Spray I is cheaper ''if j'j J 10.lbs.New Potatoes limited amt. 10c

:. t, : i Hearts A, K, Q 7 Yir- Hearts! -8,3 the dead snakes with him. MotorU to use than most other sprays-.and it is the .
most ef0
$. _I'j Clubs Diamonds- A.O.J- t i,9,4,2.t. :II,: A" I I"B[ ;j! Clubs Diamonds- 10-, 9 A. ,6,IIJ 5, where ists found be had him fainted at the from loss side of 0 C fective.. : :.t- works., Use it. Get. it. here. n (J I.1}f Shivar's GINGER ALE ___ lOc

: S".a.Jcs9, S' '. I' : .. Z I
l.4b' I Spade*-.A.Q. 10 blood. g GRAPE
t Keep flies out of your home. Purina MOSQUITO 8 JUICE, quart bottle 33c ;
Heart*- J I t U
10,9,4,2 D
-- ..- ._,..., AND FLYiSPRAY for the home
flubs- I K.T 9 is the Octagon
r serongest house0 Soap and Powder, 2 pks. 5c

i Spades Diamonds- K-. I none, 11,6,4.2 0II II hold sprayon the market. It is deadly to flies, mosfl

,, Spring quitoes and bugs.-but harmless to people. And it will ;i:.t.( ;. Blue Rose RICE, 5 Ibs _____... 15c 1
: Cleaning >
AUCTION BIDDING: monds or the ace of spades. Ha dldn'Z I I not stain. It
? dealt and ued. A bid! l one heart J care to do either, s,> led a I low cliamoncin costs less than other household sprays- (t.:'.: rtJ Octagon Toilet Soap lOc bar

I, ,' Y passed, O bid one no trump and / tile hope that Y would not cover I U AND THERE IS A SPRAYER FREE WITH EACH ....,, ,
and A passed. Y bid two diamond, II 11e then Intended to the 0 6 bars 25c
play eight an. I PINT
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passed and Z bid two spades. What throw the lead into Z's hand. Time is HereNow j Ii Here's a real bargain. Come n f ,

; .__. band should? A now .do. with, .t foregoing! his Y matte of big mistake by not playing o In-get yours.! 0 i ;; :. 96 Ibs. FLOUR, Self-rising ___ $2.00


On At the!0110%bidding tab1A! it U doubled a certainty two spade that O 1Iurprise.the ten eight. ,'From diamonds it held then the so trick on, when, he, much had B played to fittUtlifticulty hit Is the time to 'have Just Received a Complete Shipment of Purina ''n I ;r"1::;: SWEET FEED, 100 Ib. Sack __ $1.50

V-i bo strength in spades and yet there is la your rag, draperlnt" blanketsand II Insecticides and f
making; a grand slam b Disinfectants

,;/ /, fore not a A sure should game play in no the trump.certainty There and forcing hearts and Z to thus discard:set up either winning spades card.01> cleaned other for household the _on.goods Our U 'y\\L.\,;'. ......,>J: DAIRY FEED ________ $1.60

double two spade* rather than bid two in either A'* or B's hand. Work service o l'x-)j SCRATCH
it In this
out line to as efficient ; FEED $1.60
no trump. By opening the king of for practice. If Y had II ___- _
4 _- hearts, he should defeat Z by three played the ten ol and prompt tut our service 0 : :'..

., tricks.At the second table, thi bidding ofthis little diamonds slam n by could allowing still Y have to hold made the a on suits, dresses,, etc. 4 Bradford County Farmers Supply I V's:: LAY MASH _- _______ __ $2.30

trick. No matter what he leads There will be
hand II can : no spots or
was entirely different. win the trick,set up his clubs and force: I ring* when they; return fromus. II ft j YELLOW WESTERN CORN $1.40

I AUCTION Z to discard that he must allow A 11 Company .

I :r Z passed A BIDDING I bid one heart; Y pas.e
'. __ D bid one no trump and all passed.The practice. g N. N. Prevail, Mgr. Phone 151
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writer thi. let Y
should
have
bid two
i', diamonds. HIS hand could not stand CONTRACT BIDDINGS I 1 D 1 STARKE FLORIDA ... ii I I'I -

C any other lead and yet was strong Z should' pa...... A should bit! one Starke 2> 0tJ

l enough to warrant a bid of two dia. heart and Y should "pans li should bid DryCleaners i i I CASh
: monds for the lead. As his partner one no trump and Z shoold pass. A CARL'S
hadn't bid, Z opened his fourth-bent should l bid three no trump and si' "lttfkr"rfAV.ilJJj" ;? \; jf.lf' rUR PJ C CORNERS.
__ __ spade which B won with the ten. lie should pass. The play thea proceed I ---- -._-_. _# .1 (110.-/. II
I then led a low club and finessed the as at Table No.2. I 1 I hofi/rod. .,. 'ien'oe>.-' ., f-

1 ).ck. The only way he could let his Both of these! hands offer problem Sty. They Ie..,,,,.ya-.. COSI ofproe'I' ". :!. '1 I_ r l' I R. JOHNS & COMPANY t
ha.ul in to take another club hneme of bidding and r>Uy much above the PHONE 28 o; a'JrI "",",t -.. ..,- .. ''0. ;.... 1,",6",ll 0

t. was by playing either the ace of dia ordinary/ so study them" C U'e uUy. a] D Wholesale! Grocers, Hay, Grain and Feed I Ioos I IAGI1

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jisjsaszszszsasEsasesEsasasasasasasasasEsesEsasaRszsEszsap} WEATHER REPORT In Denver, Colorado, May 26. Dr. Scholarships Open ForSI.dySix Jackson Plnellas, 'I 1\
elected as commissioner
to Gen wannee and Volusla I
Compiled by Starke Branch, U. Girls
eral Assembly of the Presbyterian
Bits o1I 3. Forestry Department church in the U S. A., which meets open One In county each of the )P["1 :

a Date Week ending April 28, 1932. Lowry plans to attend. Seventeen senatorial and 49 ties: Baker, Bay, ;; (' I ",
Max. Min. Prcclp. county scholarships will be at :
open
Apr. 20 70. 61 .26 Misses Melba Silcox, Florida State College for Women, houn, Charlotte
Beverly Soto,
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I I local ?-Iev Apr. 21 76 66 Cady, Cleo Shepard, Eyelyn Stump, Tallahassee for the year 1032-33, Gulf, Hamilton Flagler "..
Ig Apr. 22 83 53 T. Patsy Brinson and Oviedo King Dr. Elizabeth Gordon Andrews, Lake, Lafayette
Apr. 23 84 :57 chairman of (
motored to Gainesville Wednesday the scholarship com- atee, Monroe,
! Concerning; Our People, Business andProgress Apr. 24 90 64 afternoon and attended the theatre mittee, said Momlny. Palm Beach, Pasco, ,
Apr. 23 89 63 The scholarships, which are decided 11
* of the County and Town.rZ5Z5Z5i5Z525Z52525u252 Johns, St. Lucie, ,j '
Apr. 26 89 66 by competitive examination, ;
Taylor, Union and
j Total rainfall for week .26 in. Mrs. J. J. Rigdon and daughter, have a value of $200 a year and i ;\ I
-.-- Miss Eva, attended the funeral of cover room and board in the dorm- GRIFFIN \ICTOIt.S k i
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-"'" m ==ir-ii=it::)irinnr-ini c inr lOc Mattress Ticking at Stump'sSale. Mr. for the four I
Ernest of undergraduate
Smith of St. Petersburg itory years rOHSYTH IN \
Oil Cloth 19c at Stump's Sale. Men's work Shirts 25c: at Stump'sSale. Wednesday afternoon in study. No obligationsare !i: I. .
Gainesville at the First Methodist attached to the senatorialscholarships Gainesville, April l ,
Ladles Hats 66c at Stump's Sale. Yellow Homespun 5c yard at Church. but students holding I Griffin of Valdosta, [ \! ,
-- Pretty house dresses for 49c and Stump's Sale. county scholarships are required to, cisive victory over ;\ "
36 Inch Broadcloth 10c yard at 59c. Stump's Sale. Mr. D. T. Clark of Miami, spent enroll In the school of education i of Starke In the 10 : J\ ;
Mrs. T. N. Kendrlck;: Mrs. J. L. bout of the Club
City
Stump's Sale.Humming Saturday and Sunday at the homeof and to teach for two years after
Mrs. M. E. Edward left Thurs Simmons Mrs. Chancey and Miss Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Walnwright graduation. I Ing show here last
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Bird Hose in all new day Jacksonville to visit her Estelle Kendrick spent Wednesday He was acompanled l home by his Examinations for the scholar Masonic street arena. !
at Stump's Sale. daughter, Mrs. J. L. Wilkes.Mr. in Jacksonville.Col. wife who has been no knockdowns. 1
spring shades visiting her par- ships will be held nt the various
ents for several weeks. county seats some time in August, Griffin using ; f
Miss Oviedo King of Palatka, ta and MrS; J. C. Adkins of and Mrs. D. E. Knight;: spent the date to be announced later. won eight of the 10 \,

the guest of Miss Patsy Brinson. Gainesville, were the guests Sun- ville the first and of the week In Jackson- Mrs. Louie Hill of Lawtey, had Dr. Andrews, said applicants should bombarded the I !f: .Q
Fernandina where straight
Col.
rights
day of Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- as her guests Tuesday Mrs. A. 11. apply to the county school superintendent UeMhupell'I
Middle Knight attended court. counter and In the !/.fl
visitor
n waa a kina. .
Mr Harley, Jr., and little son, Miss
in St Augustine Friday. Mr. Johns Beverly Cady, Bobby Biggs, of Senatorial Hcholarnhlpa are open employed left : ; )j It,
Shirley and Francis of George of Washington In the districts ly. ;
Colley following :
Starke. Miss Mattie Harley and !).
D. C., Forsyth the Ij
spent several days of \
Beautiful Silk Dresses Just arrived Hampton, spent Thursday with Mrs. W E. Torodo of Lawtey. District 32: Alachua and Gil- "
for Stump's Sale $205.Mr their ,grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. this week visiting friends and rela- christ counties, District! 23, Bay, first two rounds I I ,\ "
J. F. tives here and in Lake Butler. unablo to pierce the :\ r '
CoUey. Calhoun, Gulf and Washington {
Miss Eleanor Lewis left Sunday opponent for ) I
many
and Mrs. W. P. Smith were counties District 35: Palm Beach ; }
for ;
Jacksonville and will '
Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. E. M spend after his Initial burst.
in Jacksonville Tuesday "Gossard Line of Beauty", Combinations and Browaid Dist 36, I,
visitors some time with her aunt, Mrs. ; Charlotte .
Johns, Mrs. S. E. Carnell, Misses wild throughout and ;, ,
Girdles and Brassieres, t
Manatee and Sarasota, District
Fletcher, before leaving for Washington
Patsy Brinson and Gloria Johns weaken from the :, "
32 inch Shirt Cloth, prints and very special prices during the Johns spent Saturday In Jackson- D. C., where she will make 13, Dade; District 12, Dixie, Lafayette finish. : ; ,
Broadcloth at Stump's Sale, lOc Stump Sale. ville. her home with her parents! Mr and Taylor; District 18 Du- Tom Kid Keck of I] ,
yard. ------ and Mrs. T. M. Lewis. val; District 31, Flagler and St a fourth round \ /
Mr, and Mrs. W. L. Edwards and Johns; District 30, Hamilton; District I
Mrs. Nat Turnbull and children, Southcrlund of ::
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Mr Cicero Arnold, of Macon, daughter Fredrika, of Jacksonville Miss!, Peggy and Billy, leave today 4, Jackson; District 22, Jefferson scheduled eight "I'
Ga., visited friends in Starke this spent the week-end with Mr. and for their home In Lnwrencevllle, District 8, Levy; District Beck carried the i
Mrs. W. H. Struth. 10, Madison District 20, Marlon '
week. Va., after spending the past eight ; ; and third and dent | | | : t: :y;
District 38. Pasco and Sumter District
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months in Starke. ; the flour In the!! fourth I M
Miss Muriel Williams, of Marts- Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mills! and 11, Plnellna erful left uppercut gt f' f a

burg, Is visiting Miss Louise Jack daughter, Elizabeth of Jackson- Mrs. R L. Middleton, Mrs. May I Mr and Mrs. jC3eo. N. Hinson, Two county scholarships will be his corner and tore at t

son. and ville,Mrs.were F.week-end F. Flume.guests of Mr. Jones: and Marjorie Sue MIddletonof Green Cove Springs, eon, April 23. open In each of the following counties landing, another : .i, : :}
Jacksonville, spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Sutton, Mld- : Southerland raised ;
Mr. D. P. McKinnon, of Miami, Mrs. W. E. MIddleton. MarjorieSue dleburg, son, April 25. Columbia, Eucambln, Gailsdcn, count. It was the I It 'b 1 u
Starke Wednes- Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs. T 1'1)
in
visitor I'
was a remained for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Moody, I IIIIONE ''i (;,
day. T. Long left Thursday for a visit Starke, son April 26. I .: ;
of two weeks with their mother, STEAM( PRESSING CO.
Mrs. W. E. MIddleton, Miss Mr. and Mrs S. B. Clark, Law- I : if
Mrs. W. T Jackson.
Typewriter ribbons and carbon Madge Middleton and Marjorie Sue! tey, son, April 25. DRY CLEANERS '
paper for sale at the Telegraph of- Middleton motored to the state i Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Clemons, 52' I '.). ,
fice. Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs.D. farm farm Tuesday afternoon to Starke, son, April 27. LINEN SUITS, 50c ( ;' 1t1..oJ..i.

P. Carpenter, Mrs. O. J. Griffin visit Mrs. C. D. Whltaker. ___ ._ _. __ _. .___ n_____ _. __ __ ____ __ ________ _- _. __" .r' /" \.
You will have to come and see and Miss Ethel Griffin were in 7 x ]

for' yourself all the bargains at Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. Mrs.! Howard Luck who has been

Stump's Sale. the guest of Mrs. N. Sternberg re- ,
A. L. Kahr: Jr., Miss Estelle !urned to her home In Jacksonville ?
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis motored Davis, Miss Mary Pearce and Miss Tuesday afternoon. She was accompanied t
to Jacksonville Thursday and Pearl. Manning spent Wednesday by Mrs. Junius Smith. DELMONTE SPECIALS !
spent the day. afternoon In Gainesville.
1
Mr. and Mrs. W J. Epperson and i ,
Mr L. D. Green spent several Miss Opal Bevill of Gulf Ham- Mrs George Anderson motored to

days Jacksonville, last week attending mock and Miss Honor Maynard of Silver Springs Sunday and spent --- ._H.= : -.
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Lodge. Bell were guests of Mrs. Helen the day with a party of relatives --------.1
Dclmonte
Maynard during commencement. and friends from St. Petersburg.At VacuumPacked Delmonte Early
Mrs E. S. Matthews and Mrs.
H. B. McLendon spent several daysIn \ tr Garden .
of the Presbyteryof
Rev. L. C. Ray of Green Cove the meeting I I
Jacksonville this week. Springs was the guest of his aurts, North Florida In Eustis last II I
Misses Olive and Amelia Ray this week, Rev. George II. Lowry of the Coffee f lb. 25c s Peas '
) Sugar '
Mrs. A. H. Harley, Jr, and Miss I i week for commencement exercises. btarkeesbl: icnan cnurcn wax 9 I
Mattie Harley were visitors In I ___ :

Gainesville Wednesday afternoon. II A'/ur81N1IJ.'Wmlfll.11111'1'11I'1", I I 1. ,." '''I'' '''.','',',',','.'" ,',\I','\\'I,',' 'I\'I\''I'\\' '''',/'''(''''''''-''''''''' '''''l''''\''ldlliiAli'''','',',i",",l'IW14i1114111'I',,.,j11iUi,,",',,,,,, ,i'l""'.,.,,''Jdi' '',',Il.,','.,"..".,,.,'.",,11I',..'...''.'"''AIpI1M1111p1'',,ri,iunill, ,,',: INIAbllll iN','!iilin:' 'I l', You Will .Like It No. S Can2cans29c
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Russell Daniel, of the U. of F., ,i
-i I
at Gainesville, spent the weekendwith ,,'; 1 Ib. Dclmonte I *<


Mrs James S. E.Richard Carnell Walnwright.and son, Cor- Announcing Y3 I II PRUNES ( U fl! r + 1 ,

bin of Ormond, are vlsltlng Mr and Mrs. F. A. Scott. I
I Tall Can 1y

Mr and Mrs. George Flynn have 4 2pkgs.15c

Which moved they Into recently the S. L.purchased.Mrs. Peek home. ., i ; I Fruit Salad t I,


-Y' I I II No. 2 Delmonte
D. A. Montieth and Miss I can LOCATION BETWEEN HANK AND I'OSTOFFICE

Ethel Gainesville Griffin Saturday were afternoon.visitors in i Country Gentleman" ,' .. ,. 2 cans 35 c I
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Mr. and Mrs. W. A Scott of The Opening ofBradford I CORN I Pure CaneSUGAR Jersey Lily

Orange City; spent the weekendwith No. 2 Can
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Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. J DelmonteSauerkraut .
2 27c BUTTER5Ibs. F ''f
Miss Myra Smith of Jacksonville, I II cans '

I spent the week-end with her par- 20cPound 22c # if
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rots, Mr. and Mrs. W. P, Smith. : -

, No. 1 tall Can 3 25c
Mr. Felton Varnedoe of Jacksonville cans - ,
spent the ,week-end at the Hardware DelmontePEARS Rest White Blue Rose 4
home of Mr, and Mrs. W. P. Smith. ,
Whole Grain
I .1.11m BACON No. 1 can Delmonte

, Sale.See the bargain table at Stump's nirr

- i iI Asparagus f
Pound 7c
CompanyBranch -
1m 2 cans 29c 5 ic
1-2cl" pounds IDC
pi iloilD A Florida Sides Ib. 6 j 2cans - 35c ,

( of Baird Hardware Co., Gainesville.) Delmonte; f''


_COLUMN I I FLORIDA LARD MEAL or GRITS Delmonte
STARKE
FOR RENT-6 room house with Tomato Juice 3 pounds 20c Y tt "tS
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!bath..... Alvarez.garage, on Clark street.4-22-tf.J. Ia,; \ lb. Pail ._---- GOc 10 pounds11c .Fresh Prunes '

- 2 t tall cans25c 45 lb. can .. $3.00_ M r
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FOR
SALE-One-horse buggy andlet No. 1 can 15c ,
of harness. Mrs. L. W. Kick- Today and Saturday

liter, Starke., 4-22-2t I True Love RestFLOUR Buff. Can lOc

FOR SALE-Porto Rico potato Delmonte Irish Potatoes

draws. E. M. Thomas, Starke. 4- Royal Ann I

22-2t" a I Showing a complete line of agricultural 24 Ibs. 55c I 10 pounds--17c I Delmonte .. 4

'OR SALE one good mule. CHERRIESTall -.- I '
Sauce.
Weight, about 900 pounds. Apply builders i l Tomato
H. L. Brownlee, Starke. 4- implements, 121k -SQcjemons J! 15c '
29-2t". ( oz. ; "F
:-::-- Can 23c 2 cans15cMilk
8 and
WEE Per T POTATO DRAWS-- I supplies, sporting goods gen- .
thousand 125., from gen I
uine Porto Rico Seed. C. A. Durl- hardware.Useful 4 cans ____ ___ 25c Corned Reef __. ..15c
eral ,
"S. Hampton, Fla. 4-22-it* No. 2 Delmonte "
Yv THE DelmonteAsparagus Smoked Bacon, Ib. WcCIIEESE.lb; ___ 15c can
PUBLIC-This Is to noU-
{be fy all concerned that I will not Free Souvenir to each fam- I Coffee, 2 Ibs. --- --- 25cTomatoes, 2 cans 15c i SPINACH \rG[ "
J responsible for any obllga- I
Sc1
ona made for me by anyone, exwpt 1 at our store Friday Oct. Soap 2 bars --.-- SALT 2 pkgs. 5c I t''
upon written authority lgnr1 I registering ,

w 1&w.by me personally. D. C. Kln-It.l'kI..Reh t" and. Saturday, April 29-30. Square can 31c Sweet Soap,3 bars IOc,,000ONUT, Pkg., 5c \ Noe 21L can 15c'*


cee.t: O.: J. Mi. :ble maD to suc. 1-_ _.__ ___ _ ._ __n_ .__ _ .
Dealer: In Bra "Ford Thee county.as Rawlelgh Sell- ; Visit our store and let's get .ac-

big wing*p rlenc turn: unnecessary.bed except car.Ev- I ; FREE Frying Pan with each Half Suv/anee River Brand Pure Honey ff

Splendid

profitable to step! Into oppo bush a*unity ia.permanent Write for hustler W.and T. quainted. Pint \WESSON OIL - 15c in Comb, Half Gallon ------49c f .


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STARK FLORIDA FRIDAY. APRIL 23.. 1032
BRADFORD COUNTY TEUCQlUPn, .
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/Late And the Worst is Yet to Come--. HINTS TO-HOUSEWIVES I WRUF FARM PROGRAM. +\.....1If; 1;,

FARM NEWS SECTIONConducted goo I
I Weekly f rum Dome Demonatrav; I "The Voice of Florida"

< Won Specialist", Tallahuwte
Sb Classify . t...-...
'IWI .
By Next week's Florida Farm Hour
By RUSSELL KAY
I Florida P.... Awocianoa. : FISH AND SEAFOODS programs from state radio station
I. T. DYER County Agent Secretary, I ;1 WRUF will present the following

MISS I'KAKt JORDAN Home Demonstration Agent of these ....... If fish and seafoods were aa pop- talks by College of Agriculture
A to some
llstenla'
After to ular In the daily diet of Floridians, workers and others. These programs '
about come
I've just
candidates fellows aa are the other meats, there will come from noon to

i, KOO8 ARE DESIRABLE GROWINO PULLETS the conclusion that the poor with a would be no need to Import each 12:45: : EST.

k FOR FOOD AND SHOULD NEED CLEAN RANGE; are all cluttered strain.up Any year 130,000,000 pounds of pork, Sat., April SO-Florida Farm:
"I"
+ BE USED MORE OFTEN ROTATION SUGGESTED terrible case of News and Hints.
Farm
that stands out In frontof i beet bacon, veal, mutton and lamb, I Editorial
customer which necessitates finding a market Snapshots.
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1 (By Spuds Johnson) In the development of healthy a political platform and listen an ter"J outside of the state for 75,000,000 : Men., May 2-May Farm Join

u A .Yf During the week of May 1-7, pullets clean range Is an Important to 'em very long will sure get "1- iaa pounds of fish and seafoods. A and How to Do Them-J. Francis

+ which la National Egg Week, everybody factor, according to Norman R. awful "r' luahln'. The big I 4 Mme of the Cooper. The Egg and its Impor.
consumption
r greater
be think- Mehrhof specialist wit In most of the talks I've i
will, or should poultry DEAR" I products of the sea would reduce tance-Norman R. Mehrhof. What

ing about eggs. Eggs, next to the Florida Agricultural Extension heard seem to be the "I". the cost of living.: the Egg Contains..-Anna Mae
meats, are probably the most universal Service. This is Important, he says, Slkea.
There kinds of fish
are
; article of food used In the when we consider that the qualityof And the birds that are thumbin'their many Tues. 3
r and seafoods. Frequent use of themin May Cottony Cushion
Ie world. There are a number of reasons the pullets that go Into the lay- way to the Governor's chair '
I Scale and Its
_( the weekly menu, with the hun- Control-Dr. E W,
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r' for determines to large extent less than -
why eggs are desirable Ing house a ain't nothln' more or Farm
them Berger. Question Box.
dredsof to
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food. Among them aro the '01. the returns that can be ex specialists. Boy they'll "Aye Aye"you ways prepare
IIII f offers variety for the table, econ- Wed.. May Vitamin A, Whatit
t lowing pected. like a sailor. for the food budget and safeguards Is and Its Importance-Dr, o. D
considered omy
'E Eggs are a tlaeue-bullding food The range should not be -

I being rich in protein and mineral clean unless no poultry bas And If they do half of the things : the family against diet de- Anna Abbott.Mae Ways Sikea.to Serve Eggs-

matter. They are among the first been allowed to run on It and no they say they will, why I don't see ficiencies.
Fish Thurs., May 5-The
Baked Fishing in.
to UtUe children manure has been spread on In electln' anybodyto Quick
I foods to be fed poultry no sense at all,
the of fish, one at a dustry-L. M. Rhodes. Spuds John-
Dip pieces
because they are so rich In Iron It for at least a year. Clean rangeIs the legislature. The gubernatorial
time In salted milk. Drain and son Visits the College Poultry
e and because the proteins fats and important because growing pullets candidates may act and talk ,
Plant With Dr. N.
roll in bread crumbs. Be carefulnot W. Santera
mineral substances are especially can easily become infested like Santa Claus, but, Just between
to wet the crumbs or they will FrI., May 6-Face the Facts
US- with cocci'lloBls, worms, and other ;
well suited to building body you and me It's the legislature
HUBS. troubles from contaminated soil.A that wears the White Wlskers. and not brown evenly. Lay on greasedpan. Citrus Costs Must Be Reduced-

h Eggs are also especially valuableIn two or three year rotation Is to the we elect for Governor will Sprinkle generously with oil, Dr. C. V. Noble. Soil Organic Matter

the diet of adults who are slitn -' be preferred. Cultivation will helpto have guy to hang up his little stocking put In hot oven that has been preheated What It is and Its ImportanceDr.

fering from tuberculosis or other keep the land clean. I Just like .the rest of us. Of coursehe c; : to 600 degrees F. Bake 10 R. M. Barnette.

) ,f I wasting disease, or who are convalescing Mr. Mehrhof suggests a system always writes a letter to old St. or 15: minutes according to thick- S -
Spring pigs should be
from an infectious disease. of three ranges, raising the chickson Nick askln's for this and that, but ness of fish. Serve with lemon but- weaned

I' Eggs are a protective food, rich a different one each year and askln' and gettln' is two birds of a l.9--wb lh"!. t.r __ I ter.: The secret of the above recipe and the near Inoculated future against cholera In

l In the necessary vitamins. cultivating the other two. Such a different suit of feathers. rests in a hot oven and a short

it ;+ Eggs are a balanced diet, rich in system will keep the soil from be- ---- time: of baking. A perfectly baked

proteins, fats and minerals. coming contaminated. You folks can go and get all EXTENSIVE PBO.IEST FOR FLORIDA'S DISABLED fish: la not dried out but is juicy Orlando J. 1. Mills installednew

Eggs are easily digested-hence, Pullets that are Infested with mesmerized and flamdoodledabout IMPROVING QUALITY OF VETERANS WILL MEETIN tender: of texture, and delicately equipment in his garage, cor

,; a most wholesome human food. worms or coccidlosls will not develop this Governor's Race If you RANGE CATTLE STARTED MAIUANNA MAY 8 flavored. This recipe will give you ner Washington. and Garland

n Eggs are an economical food properly, but the longer they; want to, but If you take my advice: I' this delicious product. Large fish streets.
w I and should be more widely used Ins are kept free from these troublesthe you'll do your free-thlnkln' and An extensive project to Improve Marlanna, April 24.-An event steaks and fillets may be cookedIn Work on paving state road No.

the dally diet. Let's eat more eggsfor more resistant they will be to deep cogltatln' on the problem of the quality and size of native cattle of etate-wide interest will be heldin this 2 from Tavares and Eustis to Ut

,'"l' our health's sake. them. few senators and repre- by the use of purebred bulls has Marlanna May 8, 9 and 10, way.Lemon Butter Dora will be started within snort
I electln' a
; __ __ t I .... sentatives. They're the boys and just been started by the Florida which will bring to this city a large Melt 5 tablespoonfuls of butter time.

+ K ti IIORDEAUX CONTROLS This, then, is my hope for our girls that's gonna do the sure- experiment Station In cooperation number of the Florida Disabled stir in a small pinch of! curry pow-

Y+ IIIJOIIT OF CUCUMBERS future-that we may be rich with enough whip crackln' In Tallahassee with the J. C. Penney-Gwlnn Cor- American veterans.Marianna der, when bubbling add the juiceof RATS DIEso

-- out forgetting to be righteous; that next year.Accordln' poratlon at Penney Farms, Dr. A. will give the veterans 1 lemon, pour over fish, and

Cucumber blight can be controlled we may be powerful without being L. Shealy, bead of the Station Animal n cordial vrelcome and arrangements serve at once. do Mice, once they eat BEST-
YET And leave
', by spraying with a 2-4-50 bordeaux offensively proud; that we may be to the rules we're< Husbandry Department, an- are being perfected for a To Boll Fish hind. Don't they take word no odor be

e mixture according to Dr. nationally-minded without being playin under now, It's the "Ayes"In nounces. program which will prove of great, Cover the fish with a liquid madeof our for It,
? try a package. CATS and DOGS
Q. V Weber, associate plant path narrow-minded; and, finally, that the legislature and not the "IV Through the efforts of Pat John- value to the organization throughout 1 pint boiling water, 1-2 cupful won't touch it Rats all

ologist with the Florida< Experiment we may live In a world of fact on the stump'that count, and you son, Kissimmee, a registered Brah- Florida. diced carrots, 1-2 cupful diced celery pass up
food to
Best-Yet. Two sizes.
i Station. without surrendtng< our faith better make darn sure what kind man bull has been donated to the The opening day, Sunday, May 8, 1 1.2 teaspoonfuls salt, and get

Y S' He suggested that the first Melvin A. Traylor. of Ayes, the senator or representatives Station by Pierce Estates, Inc., comes on Mother's Day, which car- 1 I 1-2 teaspoonsfula lemon juiceor 50 cent size, 3 oz. Is enough for

l spraying be done when the second from your section are apt to Pierce, Texas. This 2 1-2 year old ries a double significance and vinegar. Cook until the vegetables -: Pantry, Kitchen and Cellar.

4 5 leave have formed, and that applications Extra cockerels should be fat be roakln' when they get away bull has Just been received and Is which will blend together in the : are tender, strain, and put 75 cent size, 6 oz. for Chicken

i should be repeated weekly tened and marketed as soon as pos- from' home, before you do any vot-. a splendid specimen of the breed exercises to be held Sunday eve- fish Into the boiling liquid. House, Coopa and small buildings.

I aa long as the disease Is prevalent, sible. Save money by not feeding: In'. according to Dr. Shealy. A purebred ning.Monday s Sold and guaranteed by your Local
owned the Fed mornIng May 9, there Jacksonville Akra Brothers .
throughout the picking season. The them and by giving the pullets Devon bull, by opened I Dealer.
has been trans. will be a business session at which third department store here
eral Government,
praying machine should be capable plenty of room. And It might not be a bad Idea

rf; j of high pressure so that the to take 'em around to the old pas ferred from the Everglades Experiment reports of various committees will at 1018-20 Park street. On. "'L" n ..- ...
Station to Penney Farms. be heard ,and general discussions Daytona Beach-M. L. Crews received -
pray will be in the form of a fog Paint brushes which have be- ture lot and let the mare give 'ema
i 25th relative to Important problems of contract for extensions to
The Repeater J. outst.andlngyoung
s rather than coarse drops. come hardened may be readily softened lesson or two In "Nelghln you i
: Hereford bull at the main the ex-service men. .ocean pier here.
should the under side be more
pray cover by boiling in vinegar for 15 know there'll probably ATLASThe
of the leaves. minutes. than one opportunity for a guy to station in Gainesville will also be The afternoon session Mondaywill I Mount Dora-S. S. Sadler and

'" Prepare the 2-4-50 bordeaux by rear up on his hind legs and let used. be featured by addresses by I Co. purchased insurance business
2 of sul- Each of these fine bulls will be representatives from national of Mount Dora Sale Co.
; y dissolving pounds copper out a first class NAY.
fate In 25 gallons of water and 4 bred to 40 average native range headquarters and a service officers' Palatka-Inclosed baseball parkat Standard Oil

ki c pounds of lime In another 23: gallons GOVERNOR ROOSEVELT Of course there'll be plenty of cattle, and the Improvement under conference.The Booker Park opened and dedi-
actual conditions studied.LIVE .- committee on arrangements cated. Tire Guaranteed
of water. Pour the two solutions SAYS vocal Instructors hangln range
: eager for Monday evening, has arranged
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at the same time. Into a around the lobby up there In Tallahassee -
o functions which will One YearFrigidaire
several social
HAPPENINGS
STATE
third and wooden container, mixing ready to give FREE! les-

e.! them well. "If the farmer starve toJuy. we to boy friends, tellln 'em bring the veterans and Marianna ,
sons your
4, I s *B MB> >A *B** ** *aB BBlB BB will starve \tomorrow. .. just what to say and when to say Jacksonville New bakery of I fish people together. They Include a t) [ LAY $ : ..............
Great Atlantic Pacific Tea Co., fry.
HRRIK3 CITRUS HISTORY rd make 'em
'V'' I "W* must see to It thai .... the It, but if I were you, located at foot of Enterprise Street Tuesday morning, another Important MAUI &ANOEROUS INOS'. S.
BOOKS COLLECTED!: BY do of "Home Work" and be
plenty
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llio .
people keep always niaati-ry viaduct. business session will beheld
EXPERIMENT STATION ''or thuiw great atntrevitllanii. ofpower. sure they knew their lesson before Bradenton Bobbie Brolller opened at which time reports will be .:!.H 1.1 r:::
and ten 'em to stay
-- L.et us make no mlntaki I'd let 'em go o .I
Sinclair Service Station on given on the resolutions, legislative f
public utility corporations inunt from those private tutors. If i
6 A collection of 22 books representative away
t kf never be our ma.t.r. but our MTV. too chummy with corner 8th avenue and 14th street. I rehabilitation and other committees the three
let 'em
7 of the history of citrus you get year guar-
and officers will also
new
ant --wall paid a* all good aorvanta first Miami Beach-20-foot strip of ,
fruit throughout the world for should bo, but our servants some of those lobby-llzzarda land for widening 24th street at :be elected.
c made know the'll be writia'home anted electric refrigerator -
nearly 300 years has been by till. I thing you i '
to
dedicated city
Tree Drive
Pine
i the library of the Florida Experiment e ., for more spendln' money. Daytona Beach Work started
Station. In this unique collection "Th attitude of thow who nit I recently. memorial fountain
'c4j y on honoringAmerlca's
at present in th. MM or i>ov\..r It turns out that what's TltusvUle*-Site being cleared for
And
vI $' are books In French, German now war dead which will Philosophers may counsel you
Italian. Dutch and English was beautifully espressoS or that the matter with this country Is that; construction .of new governmentradio stand in Burgoyne Park on river- concerning thedangen which
aatut collector of their cm|>nitfn' broadcasting station.
,tr:# lot of cock-eyed mlzers. We beset modem life. You
we're a ice
} languages funda. th. dlatlngulahad' Mr. Uruu. Bradenton Peninsular canning front. For sale by
r + The oldest books In the collection d,. 'What riehL' Mid' he. In T't. been tellln' each other Scotch Jokes Bradenton Burned Manatee these danger, hi the experiences
4 t was published In 1640 In Rome. ttaa the Weal to attempt to curb until we've reached the point that plant here to be operated during County Growers' Association ware- of others. Fire: ii one of
and about the
tomato employ
ci J 80 far as Is known, there Is only the tariff rataa demand by our we think more of a nickel than we : season house to be rebuilt. IlfUreatiWhy )
great protected 'Industries. In I theE We been klddln' 40 persons In factory proper. delay having Insurance -
r, one other work on citrus in existence do our right eye. your Smith's Service
el tT Why should wa, a* a pros Orlando Florida state headquarters reviewed and
W i which Is older than this one. porous nation. pay any .".."..nn ourselves that it was people that find for- Federal seed loan .... OM ,_ ..... H T1 ......_ to your present needs flays
and now we
Another of the books was published was unemployed
to the demand ol the Darhvvurdalateat'
of Com
in Chamber
board opened u..L.roi:
4 In Antwerp, Belgium In 1682. Backward atatr. was. 'out, it's the DOLLARS that have merce building, with O. F. Gardiner Say it with Flowers ruua..uJeayeneivd Station

i tl' s The collection has been made araraoly' a tactful phrase tp nun. been walkin' the streets and lookln' In charge. ... T ... T .
for It he referred It those vrcalagricultural do. But HAROLD C. WALL
<: y" over a period of several years by by for somethln' to why
Lake Okeechobee
,.. Work started on -
community 40111
Mrs., Ida librarian. should Mr. Hoover and Mr. Knox Flowers For All
Keeling Cresap
time designated .. 'Tli \lI1"'I'WNt' drainage area by McWUliams INSURANCE Starke Fla.
hundred and twenty
d -- --.- '----- pick on one
: Williston Sun.
Co.
V 5s, Out of the stress and difficulty million people about It, it sure ain't OccasionsGERTRUDE STARKE. FLORIDA

I ft ,, of the situation I believe gradually "Th human Individual' the the HORDE that's doln' the hoardIn. _,...- r .
shall return to world' over ha rlll\.d( ''h',' ",)V. .' Most of us would be able to -- -
we simpler
l yl thinking and slmpller living. For arty and starvation and ii,, in* give an HONEST dollar plenty too DO. R. W. MARTINDENTIST GODBEY
mutual labor are not Me Inv" "."!.It.lneceiwlty
SS\tr it seems to me that we want above In hi* lift anti hinu> -If we knew where to find one.And ANDERSON Plants of QualityWe
Strawberry
r'' ;1 i everything to abandon the struggle found.. common Loser with K'. .It! Phone S3 Hours t 9 to 5
candidates
"; to live up with the Joneses and to to demand u today'. nN'......nifi It some of you Phone 39 Waldo, FlaIEW
L; r rediscover the true purpose of life, what were ywaurday'e luxuries would like to add to your popularIty Over Corpenlng'i Drug Store have fine River Bottom grown berry plants

t which I la the joy to be found in the Unlvoraally' he demand fiN not, : you might try takln a PAID t I -A"_ ..- .. .. ...- .... state certified and fine Missionary Improved -
life and liberty but that pun>ui> ni "Ad" In the newspapers. If you as grown.
simple virtues of Industry thrift I
Shc y'' and the sane living. I believe In down happiness an one which ot th our* fimdamcnttt.ll'rort .>ar" l.int want to be successful In your run ---- ---- ----------- -' --- -- Klondike '1000 $2.25; 5000 $11; 10,000

4, < our people. In our country and In of th* right of a oitiaen." I for office-run for the newspaper $20. Blakemore; new and fine very productive
.
the God who directs our destinies; I office. : LOW PRICES i earlier than Missionary or Klondike twice as pro
,{ lfa; and I welcome the future with confidence "Home rule la a moot.. Important"
) and unshaken faith. thing_ most vita Ihlnu-it w% Groveland-Fred Reynolds opined Lifetime Guaranteed ductive. 1000 $3; 5000. $13; 10,000 $25. Buy your
ar* to continue. along ID* cnurnton new bakery here. .
+r r'l', Melvin A. Traylor. which w* ha..o fur proarevwd plants through my agents Brownlee Bros, Starke

",Tf with such\ unprecedented succena' GOODYEARSPEEDWAY G. W. Roberts Lawtey. If you can't see one of '
.
Watermelon anthracnose Is best !
M controlled by spraying with 4-4- "It I Is the duty of the lerlalattir Muddll8kins them order direct but be sure to buy our quality

5O Bordeaux. Add nicotine sulphate to ace that power which belong nth plants. Catalog free for asking. We can ship
.
I people. In transferred Into. *>n-

F to Florida control Experiment aphids, according Station. to the orgy. .t and BoMlUI delivered' .rout."to them. at thlowe lildeA.wiJIJ" I Supertwist Cord Tires any day now' you want plants.

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dodtfnt. I.lose AMaji" to. the. ..... )ull i .., dab compl xions .. blemshet 28x5.25-l 0.11 S.9'7 ..oa
in the Morning Ruin* to Go CM bloat up your -... Too ka... a and those annoying defects.. 11x5.25-31 0.03 ....:s .... cigar can be until you,

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1' a y, U yon feel sour and sunk and the ..... out .U Hinlili. Tow bee smooth, delicate of have smoked 'a
appearance ,
I world looks punk don't swallow a lot ache....y**(*<1 ion u4....Yew whol This
t'' P i ft aaJta, mineral water oil. Uxathra .,.-............. exquisite Beauty. new charm e WASNow
t' sandy or chewing gum and expect tswamee.eaelaaAalta7LrrTta "Is yours NOW., start to-day. Register Motor Co. Louie's Service Station

; them to make you suddenly sweet LITER PILU to|*.Ih-twa. sanest Ions I PHONE 103 PHONE!: u '
tad and full of sunahlne.
buoyant Oowtnc tmly aad nuke yea M"OB...ap." ORIENTAL SAME-SIZE

ti ; For they can't do it. They only They ennui woaawOJ. liarwl***, |>atl* S
MIT* the bowels and a mere move- ctabl*_......aaula.Wise M MM t* CREAM GOOD USED TIRES $1. $1.50 up. Expert Vulcanizing MORE HAVANA-

i k! anent doesn't get at the eauoe. The seal w bas Bow hoI ly. aouttauo -

'. $ I ease tot yoladown.M-eutfeeling But........fr Bar BDBa.JUk fee ....'. white n.." 1Jelfhlfu1l9MILD

? Is your Brar. It should pour out two Uuto Lin*ma.Lk..ta.aaaUM :..+rr. a.eh.l '''.d.. Tune .ln Goody*** Radio Program

i' ? ,..tmds. of liquid bile into your. bowels wb.ua.ac1Iest.a.a..01IU.C...lre. ma. r la.14 UW.arse iC.sdaft' R7 Seed"S-NowYootl.pOFor7AfAl SIFa $1t.1St 11 11t /. Lewis Cigar Mfg. Co., Newark N. J., Maker

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1 ..mAY, APRIL Z9. 1932 RBADPOItb COUNTY : .
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AprU SO gressora Thy ways; and sinners -
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The Prince of Peace For untous r TRAIN SCIIKDITIJC!: I '
: shall be converted unto Thee. Pa WHAT EDITORS ..
a child Is born; and the government 91: 10-13. -
shall be his shoul- Mlaaj Ada ARE SAYINGRoosevelt' Our schedule changes March 9th I
upon (Continued next week) Minima. Car '
der: and his name shall be called I and trains will run aa follows: i 1\ '
Southbound local I ''i I
the Prince of Peace.-Isaiah 9: 6. PRESBYTERIAN Mr. Brown of Brooker attended No.1. due
I Sr.. was directed at Starke 11:12: m. t I '
i it t IMP uto .y feet, and aliabt taco my ptA.-calm 119105.: May preaching at the First Baptist the ultra.-conervatlVM of both par. Southbound p.local. No. 11 due if k } ,
Guard Your Thoughts: Finally Services Sunday May' 1, as follows -I church here last Sunday morning lleJuet a* be himself I* In sym Starke 9:35 !
'UitL1nf; ':% AU religious* teaching doctrine or brethren whatsoever things are : I and evening. PUb wltb liberal of both pan Ira. : a. m. 1 '

"'Jr. ill.pp. creed. 11 they are to have any claim true whatsoever things are honest 10 a. m. Sunday school J. M. Miss Ethel Stone who has been Hl epeeeh einphaelsf need for Southbound limited No. 107 due !f"f" \
loyalty I and devotion of the peeple must be In whatsoever political r-allicnment. ID America. Starke 10:28: a. m. .
.-vm the love. harmony with things are Just whatsoever Truby supt. visiting at Melrofie returned 1 to her ;
It
the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice!! things are pure whatsoever 11 a. m. Morning worship ser- home here last Sunday. make clear how urgent K the Southbound limited No. 101 due ;
heart and of whom it was said. in "NEVER need for rent conntructlv prow,... Starke 11:00: "
the human JohD.tS. MAN p. m. I
of MAN." things are lovely whatsoever mon by the pastor. Messrs. Cleveland and Albert live liberal leademhln In power C f'
tintlonally
LIKE THIS -
Northbound 'y'
SPAKE things are of good report; if there 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor. Topic Sullivan of There sa. were the -New Jersey Camden Tout local. No.2. due t I

Pastors of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use this de be any virtue and If there be any "Finding! My Place In Life. guests of their mother Mrs. J. P. (lcul.- Itep.) Starke 0:10: a. m. I' : t

.rtment for new of church activities, organizations and uinounoe I IlIIenta. praise think on these things.rhlUlpplans .- 8 p. m. Evening worship song Sullivan last Sunday morning, e Northbound local. No. 12, duo f .
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Space freely' given and no charge* made--the only' requirement 4: 8. and sermon. Miss Martha Joyce Johns, who There la hopo In Roosevelt's Starke 3:31: p. m. I
Items reach this office before !Moa lie want to restore the Northbound
that such Wednesday morning ''a.dlYlduai. limited No. 109 due
bas been
bring May Prayer meeting Wednesday at the guest of her sister
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cannot be handled for current laauex not merely put a puichn Starke 3:60 I
they : m.Wnnnea '
Oanrtno A Nation's Greatness: Right 8 p. m. Mrs. J. 1. Cook of Gainesville, returned the financial morhln He ninhe* p. .d 1

eous exalteth a nation: but sin is A cordial welcome to all our ser to her home here last Sat k Rood tart. Milwaukee. Wise Branch i ,
,- I II produce 30 60 or 100 bushels according a reproach to any people.-Pro- vices extended to aiL urday. She was accompanied by Journal (Ind.). No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m. I''"nand f 1

I SUNDAY BCHOOli I II to the soil rainfall or Irrigation verbs 14S4.: I. her niece Miss Gene Cook. e No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. ', i

I LESSON I and attention. Mays BAPTISTSunday Mrs. Leo Wiggins of Macclenny ,lItr."en.A fundamental temperamental dAily except Sundays. 'I

"For he bad possession of flocks Consider Great Things: Fear the was the guest of her mother; Mrs felt and Hoover.Salute between And Rooaeveifs Room. T. J. Griffin Agent ,',:

and possession of herds and great Lord and serve him In truth with school at 10 a. m. A. J. J. M. Maxwell this week. roneept I I. not only the more human -

MAY 1. 1033 store of servants: and the Philistines all your heart: for consider how Thomas supt. Every teacher and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bedenbajgh ., but th* more practical Help Blttft Itiu Nehedules',

envied him" It baa been great things he hath done for you.1 scholar should be on time. We and Mrs. O. L. Harrison were Ihs tilt) follow and all Industriesr Daily effective Jan. 1, 1932. ,

Subject: Isaac and his Wells./ said "envy is the constant companion Samuel 12: 24.May. are inclined to be a little late., Comeon business visitors to Gainesville last ... helpeil automatically. rllll Northbound 5:03 a. m., 1:09: p.

Golden Text: "A soft answer of prosperity." As a resultof 4 time. Monday. Record. Ind..). e m., 4:60: p. m., 8:19: p. m. i; :

turneth away wrath: but grievous that envy the lesson says "For The Gift of Peace: Peace I leave Worship at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. C. J. Weeks of Jacksonville spent Roosevelt *tnn l, holder Southbound-9:34: a. m., 12:34: p.
< out I'
words stir up anger." Prov. 15:1.: all the wells which his father's servants with you my peace I give unto you; B. Y. P. U. at 7 p. m. Sundays. several days here this week the rev ctvnilldnt In dartn: to urge limn r.. m.. 4:34: p. m., 12:90:: a. m. b ?

Time: B. C. 1804; Place. South had digged in the days of. not as the world giveth give I unto Mid-week service Wednesday at guest of his sister Mrs. Elsie rtiiion of the tariff Th ('. .Ihlnl.. Tickets and Information atSmith's f

Judea Abraham his father, the Philistines I you. Let not your heart be troubled 8 p. m. Sparkman. who. could Stand champion of the Service Station next to !t.I

Practical Truth: "Peace costs had stopped them and filled them -neither let it be afraid.-John Sunday May 8th is observed In Honorable John Rich of Valdosta inllllona who have to earn their llv.ma courthouse : '

something; but cost Is less than with earth." That country had 14: 27. all churches as Mother's' Day. We Ga., captain of the Georgia Southern 'lor could them not than atrlke a hotter blow :; t d

the cost of contention." i little rain. Water was needed for May 5 are looking for a large audience at Railway Company was a bust Irlve for reduction by a of eo".nlrftl..d tariff ta>r*. { ". of MallsSouth 'd l

Introduction( : "The marvelous crops and stock and people. A well I No Respecter of Persons: of a that service. ifess visitor at the home of Mr. and Lewlaton. M*. Sun (InJ.). :

event of Isaac's youth took place of fresh or "springing" water was i truth I perceive that God Is no Mrs. O. Haynes last Sunday No. 11, parcel post and letters [i ,

when he was about twentyfiveyears of great value. The Lord caused reapector of persons: but in every Mrs. Vonda Inman of Starke Thor U nothlnc tvnalve or 9:15: a. m. I
Abraham's willingnessto Isaac to and "Ablmelech : ravue about Rooaevell'v Ideas. It I.i No. 107 letters special/ delivery '\
old prosper nation he that feareth him and BOA was visiting her many friends here heir. \
sacrifice his beloved son on the said unto Isaac Go from us; for worketh righteousness la acceptedwith DRAIN last Monday.Mrs. loiiml 8Imllll'lIhal IIIK program I make* a refreah.n them. and special handling 10:00: a. m ;; i\ ,.

altar at God's command. Isaac acquiesced thou art much mightier then we." W. B. Alexander and family North
him.
-Acts 10: 34, 35. Mm. Nael fOil...... contrast' to the archaic and
In this obedience and I Isaac did not quarrel nor go to war were visiting in Brooker this (rivoloue program thar the HooverlitmintHtratlon No. 12, parcel pont and letter. :i

faith and shared the great Joy of but "departed thence and pitched SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST week. has adopted ROOK. 3:19: p. m. .

his father when the ram was sub- his tent In the valley of Gerar." Mr. Edmun Donnelly visited Mr. Guy B. Pilcher of Connecticut belts tiiftweiitlon inspires the belief No. 108 letters special delivery j'
the sacrifice. He Where "Isaac Marlon Gllsson Sunday afternoon.Mr. that( ioni -tMnii can b* done.-Aalury and special handling 5:30: p. m. 4 i
stituted as grewup digged again the Conversion of the New Birth arrived hers this week. He baa located -
Marlon Glisson spent the Park Press" ( Ind Dem. .
) Night mall
to be an affectionate young wells of water which they had 1. How did Jesus emphasize the day with his brother. Mr. C. Glls here and will improve and closes at six o'clock. "

man deeply grieved when Sarah digged In the days of Abraham his necessity of conversion? build on a track of land owned by Beyond doubt Rooaevelt> nomttatlon No.1. due at 11:12: p. m.

passed away. He lacked ardor and father; and he called their names "Verily 1 say unto you except ye son.There will be church at China him southeast of town. would sod Ihs flirtation' he- No. 2. due at 5:19: a. m. '

enterprise of his father Abraham after the names by which his father be converted and become as little Grove church Sunday.Mr. Mr and Mrs. Price of South nwe.n bin bunlneii. and the Ivtnoiralle Wanne Brttnrh

and his sons Jacob and Esau being had called them. And Isaac's children ye shall not enter the and Mrs. Joe Grlffls havea Georgia are the guests of Mr. definitely part Hi a**declaration the canDilute"HHka11m' of Mall closes 7:00: .. m. I' ,

a retiring and thoughtful man. It servants digged In the valley and kingdom of heaven." Matt. 18:13.: mighty sick girl at this writing Price's sister, Mrs. J. I. Tucker. .he liberal agrarian wins of the Mall arrives 2:40: p. to.

WM characteristic of him that found there a well of springing 2. In what other statement did we hope she will soon be better. RAV. Mathison of Waldo. Will .."rt-- --_- It-- .-,-..SanI-.-.......-. .h'....... .......- M.'v',.. .
when it came time for him to marry water." Isaac honored his father He teach the same truth? Mr. Raymond Gllsson visited Mr. preach at the Methodist church .f the Wei. and the support! ofiiimlrede Went Palm Bearh-Robert L. ,.
(he was then forty old) the of Uioiiaaml of Earnest.. and K. Kenneth Lewis '
years by restoring wells Abraham "Verily verily I say unto thee Theodore Donnelly Sunday.Mr. next Sunday evening. middle' t/
Isaac himself was not sent In dug and giving them their old ilaa Urban dweller who feel Connem formed new law firm to be known' k ,
I I Except a man be born again he Pitts was a visitor at Sunday The boys "-II Club will have a I I. helpln veryho ly but Earnest ,."
as A Lewis and t
search of a wife but his father names. will be
cannot see the kingdom of God. school Sunday at China Grove moving picture show at the city tietn.-Klr-hmond. Va News Lraler. located In ,
Abraham sent instead a faithfuland And the herdmen of Gerar did Guaranty building. ;
John 3:3. Church. hall next Friday evening at eight, (Ind. Dem.). ;
most tactful servant who wentto ,strive with Isaac's herdmen saying i 8. How did He further explainthe Mrs. Ralph Galney and baby visited o'clock. Everybody Is supposed to i:
Saran In Mesopotamia whence "The water Is ours." Most people new birth? SINO AT PINE LEVEL r
I her parents Saturday nifrht. be there. Why Get :
M Up Nights? ;, )
Abraham had and there would
have ;
for
come I fought such a well "Jesus answered verily verily I Mr. Leslie Glisson visited Mr. -
I Those who from
found just the right wife for Isaac In such a land but Isaac yielded say unto thee except a man be Edgar Gllsson Sunday, the Starke high are school graduating this term There will be an all day sing at !Make This 25e/ Twit I

She was Rebakah the grand. his rights'and moved away. born of water and of the spirit he Mr. Chesley Gllsson visited Mr. Pine Level Church near Starke ":
are Miss Novella King Gordon Thin "kindlier '
easy physic In needed
daughter of Nahor Abraham's Then Isaac's followers Jigged cannot enter into the next first Sunday. All who likegnnpel
of
kingdom Marion Glisson Sunday. Wadsworth and Mast. In drive out Impurltlee and eioa' *. J, t
brother. She was In charge of her another well and the Philistines God." verse 5. Mr. Robert Spencer visited Mr. Henry... singing are Invited. We are arid which uuiixe, Irritation that r.. 4 '1
brother Laban who willingly let strove for that also and Isaac "re 4. With what comparison did Edgar Gllsson Sunday. 0 expecting singers from several unite Inv Kiiil In leg I>alna, backache,. burn- '
KKtllnic night IIUKliJTH '
up -
his sister go to far-a-way Canaanto moved from thence and digged another He Illustrate the subject? "The Miss Eliza Harrell visited Isa- SINGING CONVENTIONAT counties. There will be dinner on : the bladder: physic: : contain.

marry Isaac. Rebekah was well: and for that they strove wind bloweth where it llsteth and dore Gllsson Sunday.Mr. PINE LEVELThe the ground. I lh IIIK. blitililnr..."..hu. juniper pleasantly oil and el., work effective on 9,,

strong and alert quite the comple- not: and he called the name of it thou hearest the sound thereof but Ellery Glisson \Islted Miss A. L. HILLIARD. ly aa raetor. oil on the bowel.. Out i ,
ment of Isaac and the two lived Rehoboth; and be said For now canst not tell whence It cometh or Maggie Donnelly Sunday. Alachua County Singing a Site box (e !arraln el.! ..) from your "
druo-Klat After
most happily tasether., the Lord hath made room for us, whither it goeth: so Is everyone The birthday of Mr. W. J. Johns. Convention will hold an all-day CARD OF THANKS lieved! of irettlnir. four up day night. If fro not back re yiii r''

Isaac like his father was con and we shall be fruitful in the that Is born of the spirit." Verse 8. 77 years of age was celebrated at sing, Sunday May 1, at the Pine andgut bound to your fuel money You are' 7 '4 ) i

fronted with the horrors of a famine land. 5. What change ia wrought in the home of C. C. Johns. Those attended Level church located three anti a Wo desire to express our heartfelt and :you butler gel your after rt'Kiilar thinoleaimlntr 'u },

and removed to Gerar. a Philistine i Finally be could live in peace conversion or the new birth "Even were Mr. and Mrs. W. S. half miles from Starke on the thanks to those who helped u t St.itl. ...rp.... Lot-ally ut MltcheH'a Dru t '

city ruled by King Ablm- with his people. "And the Lord when we were dead: la sins hath Johns and baby of Jacksonville! Lake Butler highway. The singing through our sickness' and rebuild -----. ryy,
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elech. While he was at Gerar the appeared unto him the same night quickened us together with Christ Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle of will begin at 10 a. m., with Rev. ing of our home that burned. May IRA.TIusAt.ua: -- 'j rI'1NOTCln

Lord appeared to him and bade him and said I am the God of Abraham (by grace ye are saved." Eph. 2:9.: Lawtey H. O. Rivers and family Will Hale of Green Cove Springs the Lord bless/ you all. I. hereby liven. that ..n- t

not yield to the temptation to go thy father: fear not for I am with I 6. What is one evidence of this Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Thomas and delivering an Interesting sermon at Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Conner Aar and by virtue of a final decree
down Into fertile thee and will bless and multi- I the eleven o'clock hour. and family. of furocloMtire made .and rendered by > 1
Egypt.. At the thee change from death to life? "We family. Mrs. W. M. Hodges Alph Ih. Honorable A. ?. Adkln, Judas ,
tame time the Lord renewed to ply thy seed for my servant Abra know that we have passed from Parrish Elver and Jack Norwoodof Singer from the various sections ; S i- of the Circuit Court of the Kith Ju. i r I

I Isaac the promises he had given ham's sake. And he bullded an altar death unto life because we love Aubumdale Mr. and Mrs. Louis of the state are expected Includingthe Starke-RepaIrs being made to illrlal Bradford circuit of Klorlda. In and for ? I b

I Abraham that his posterity should there and called upon the the brethren. He that loveth not demons. An enjoyable time was popular Purcell Quartette of Bradford County Honk building. I April: H7lh.County IKU, \In In that Chancery reuse, ,thereIn dated- I.. '

I be a great nation should possess name of the Lord and pitched his his brother abideth ia death." 1 had by all. Orlando which la heard every lately' pciiillnir between the Federal I I
Land
the land and should be richly 'tent there: and there Isaac's ser John 3: 14. Thursday night at 8:15: to 8:45: over KILL RATSand tiff, and J.Hunk M. Truby of Columbia' widower, Plain, erKl I

I blemed. Our lesson opens with the ,vants digged a well." Isaac was 7. From what Is a converted NOTICE the Orlando Broadcasting Station. liefanilante, the: undersigned. I
I happy fulfillment only An invitation Is extended to the Mice that's BESTYET the old who wa. therein' appointed an Bpeolul '
of those prom- an ordinary faithful servantof sinner saved? Maeter In Chancery to execute. #, .i
I !see." the Lord yielding his rights "Let him know that be which There will be a home coming public. Come out and bring a basket reliable rodent destroyer comes in ,' the aunts, will. on Monday.. the Ith i

,I "Then Isaac sowed In that land rather than counted with an op converteth the sinner from the error day at Long Branch cemetery the and spend the day enjoying powder form. No mixing with other ,day hour of of June mile. ,1113, before during I lie the Court legal. i

and received In the same year an ponent. of his way shall save a soul second Sunday May 8. The publicIs the elnglng. foods. Your money back If 1 It HOIIMO Door In rltarke, Florida, cell i"
I -- to the highest and
hundredfold: and the Lord blessed from death and shall hide a multitude cordially invited to come and falls. I cash the following described bent bidder lande, for, ,

i and MIlL And the man waxed great DAILY BIBLE THOUGHTS of sins." James 5:20 Acts spend the day. There will be dinner MEMORIAL EXERCISES TO BEHELD 60 cent size 3 01. Is' enough for Ida nltuMrd,, .-...It In: llradford "county, Klor' ;li "

I he went forward and grew until 26: 1418. on the ground. Pantry Kitchen and Cellar. That portion of 814 of IIW'" of t I
became very great:" as said In April 29 8. To whom are sinners broughtby R. 1. Harris Clerk. N' \\o and NW% of HK<\A (lying Seer x
I Matt 13: 25, "some an hundred Fellowship: We took sweet counsel conversion? The U. D. C. will hold Memorial 75 cent size 6 oz. for Chicken of Koad Hint-he, and, Handeritnn Publli! '

I fold, some sixty some thirty," that together and walked unto the "Create in me a clean heart O Panama City-Sinclair Stationon exercises May let Sunday afternoon House Coops and small buildings. all In Hnctlon uontalnlne neventaen forty-nine' (17) Town-aoren, ,' '

I U, if a bushel of grain was properly house of God in company.-Psalm God; and renew a right spirit within Harrison avenue and Eighth at 3 o'clock at Crosby ceme Sold and guaranteed by your hlp two Sis 117&ut ell Mouth, of of the Kanire TallaDaniiae Twenty I :, 'I'

I sown and harvested It would 85: 14.D.1KU'1'HY me . Then will I teach trans- street remodeled. tery. Local Dealer. Meridian In Bradford "county, ..... ; :\ f
.. ida and Shown by plat of .ur.. .1'l' l,
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: ( DARN! V*. :t tries McivianuOW : of On made Columbia fit..by With H. ,K.the B.Laitergren C.fr'nilmal.anil, Surveyor. .- K_._._nk m .r .k .)I' .,1.r

with the aiipurtenanroe. Haiti eale

I II SAY OOIJTIER WHY HE SOLD MY OUR 1-iOTHERl WHY NOQODV y to to atlfr b..* made the pursuant Same and to"coete.eald. decree ,p I i

II I DEAL WITMSPICE.THE NOTE MAMA A DOZEN OUGHT TO DC rL1KE IN WHAT CAN FOOL N DID You A. Special M.Master K. I'EltHYMAN.In Chancery.

I GROCER EGG SAND /((WIFE WAY M ( HAPPEN TDERS UAYTON OltAY, dnln-evllle. Via. }
I MARRY ? Attorney for plaintiff. i ,
THEY WERE / 4.1'.lt.I-. i t. o
I ALL GAD -y t ,fi '
fJ
/ f : C' : NOTICE or APPLICATION POs t\\ :

I I TAX ncun \ ,I",
. L
Notice In hereby liven that W. T, pr ,

Week*. Indmad.holder ol..T.f"fm: : : No. ;
day of h ail :
: filed said certificate In my office
.1 and application far tax, deed In : J
Issue thereon In accordant! with
J M I"..... Raid. certificate embraces the
4, following dencrllied{ property eltuated ,
v.4 k
In llradford County. Florida, lo- I '
wit I h ., Y I
North Half of Rnutheaet quartet ,
+. 1iMPIee .!- of Northeast quarter. Section 15. ii ,po !j%
.t. O Township '. South, Range H Kaet. ,.! ",
The aeeemnt of said property \. '11
under the said certificate Issued w.e f ,l R
." per : In the name of Julia Ooodwlne. li l I
ITnlee said certificate ehall be re i\
4, w deemed according- law, toss, deed
i'.iti preA r will issue thereon on the S3r4 day I 1'I' )
.,, w' of May, A. D. ltd.t .
3 ." .a >ated this ISlb day of April, A. ,,Iv IvD.
v ,
/ e 4' till.
-:::.- O. W Al.DKRMAN. I
-----. -- --. --' (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court.
Bradford County. Florida 1 ,.

"THEMAIN: THING ON MAIN STREET!:! By L. F.'Van: Zelrri -Jl-tt-S-10.. f \-8 i 1aoricm

TO nntrrons,: AND (.'''Borrows ft.. ifU '
t 1 s
3asrk1.. -- Notice I* hereby sithat l
BnilY.J1uz : : eredltora. leratee.. distributee )fu
% all. percon having claim* agaInelalel 1 ; ,iF
S I l the *etat of L. W. Klckllter, d.. )
PlHc1HV1UIt'It ceased, are hereby requested to pre- k, i 'rF
I D>>4G mil w napR'Mea sent their claim to Ibo Honorable
lo. A. Gardiner county Judv of ;
3y
xv2 / I Bradford County Florida! for hi*
VOUt '
v. Met as Qd approval within on* year from date ; r
film .icreof. or this nolle will b* held la l ,I t
SNOWFAlL bar thereto and all pereoo Indebted f
CAUSES Iy year ..NtnTfe v' to said .eatat ar. requested <.. 4
SKID an "tom cosnfr pay their eald debt forthwith. In I,
WHILE TAI the underljrn executor,
rtlO COUNOIHG: naslllkEET feL1A b1AL K vunK VIIIE I OFFIC tv Mir*} Ron COKttn TOCSOWW This Sib day of April A. n. Hit.
MAIN 6TPECT; 1 /IA.Ixbw5cnrera1 JA8. r, KICrtLITKR. 8RKIHJAIt :
r
Iota NEW CAP. r : 1 a-S-H-s-a M. THOMAS, sl T
leaecrt.re
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j&OOc( :; OJADQAfT.9AN1 -1 ( l lWITH ter, wetrtgss.
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( CIFAK NOTICB. ,
r f TO URHTORII AND CBEDITORS
I()UDED i
illy 'wTr I e yat5t I
WL't pAllill'ir10W Notice I I. hereby arlven that all !'
, / creditor, legatee., distributee and : '
I If1I) A all. pereone bavin claim' ,
against
Mat Dos ......GOH ee % .r I ICAU51t1Q (I tee Min* of R. H. ..ump....'. .).- ys I I,1 I
'
eaacd. are hereby requested to pre-
Out ,
EJtCIT 11 4JIOME. 9f ttt111 Ji Sent their claim to thai Honorable 4 fl +'
(""NT.LOCAL Oeo
A. Gardiner, county luda1 of
i Bradford; : manly, Florida, for :ap
,: AFFAIRS hereof: within on* year from dale
or thl* notice will b* held In
bar thereto, and all pereone Indebted
A '11IO 'r to said .eelat ar. ..qu..,." to pay (J l:I 1>t
tt'oeSrwtY" + w .. their Mid debt forthwith, I* the 1
GOt1e.. 111A -i f elan w- jnderda-neo) *x'_t.... 0. + !
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Y, FRIDAY APRIL I

!. SIX: BRADFORD cotrxrr Trucon/im.: STAIUCS.. FLORIDA _-____ 29._ 1011!_ f
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I Late And the Worst is Yet to Come- BINTS TO-HOUSEWIVES I WBUJI' FARM PROGRAM-+ ,'

FARM NEWS SECTION "The Vole
8'l5oo | Weekly from BOOM Demoastrav| of Florida"Next

ties Specialist, Tallahassee

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Conducted By
week's Florida Farm
Hour
.
RUSSEU. KAY I
", Secretary Fiends Prow AwocieiioeAfter : FISH AND SEAFOODS programs from state radio station
, 1 T. OVER County Agent
( :-1 I WRUF will present the following
.
I MISS PEARL JORDAN Home Demonstration Agent llstenln' to some of these If fish and seafoods: were.. popular talks by College of Agriculture

,, I about come to In the dally diet of Floridians, workers and others. These pro.
rye Just
candidates fellows as are the other meats, there grams will come from noon to
1' KOQ8 ARE DESIRABLE i GROWING PULLETS the conclusion that the poor with a would be no need to import each 12::415. EST.

FOB FOOD AND SHOULD i NEED LEAN RANGE: are all cluttered up Any year 130,000,000 pounds of pork Sat., April SO-Florida Farm
strain.
It. BE USED MORE OFTEN ROTATION'SUGGESTEDIn customer terrible case that of stands"I" out In front .beef bacon, veal mutton and lamb News and Hints. Farm Editorial

I which necessitates finding a mirket Snapshots
and listensto
a r'd (By Spuds Johnson) the development of healthy of a political platform an outside of the state for 73.000,000 Mon., May 2-May Farm Job '

During the week of May 1-7 pullets clean range is an Important 'em very long wl'I! sure get "1DEAR" 100. pounds of fish and seafoods. A and How to Do Them-J. Francl '
I -
The big
Week everybody factor according to Norman R. awful "I" loshln'.
National The
which la Egg I've greater home consumption of the Cooper. Egg and Its Impor.
talks
specialist with in most of the
be think Mehrhof poultry
will or should products of the sea would reduce tance-Norman R. Mehrhof. What
next to the Florida Agricultural Extension heard seem to be the "I".
about Eggs the Contains
ing eggs. the: coat of living. Egg .-Anna Mae
meats, are probably the most universal [ Service. This Is Important he says There kinds of fish Slkes.

f t article of food used in the when we consider that the quality. And the birds that are thumbln'their and seafoods.are Frequent many use of them Tues., May 3 -Cottony Cushion
number of reasons of the pullets that go Into the laying way to the Governor chairain't
,j world. There are a Scale and Its Control-Dr. E.
less than "I" to the weekly menu with the hundreds W.
to extent or
desirable for house determines a large nothln' more
are
why eggs Berger. Farm Question Box.
of to them
tt the fol the returns that can be ex-; Boy. they'll "Aye Aye"you ways prepare
them are specialists.
food. s
< Among Wed.
I I Ilis'r offers variety for the table econ- May --Vltamln A. WhatIt

; lowing. pected. should not be consld like a sailor. omy for the food budget and safeguards Is and Its Importance-Dr. O. D.
tissue-building food The range -
Eggs are a Abbott. Ways to Serve
t" 1 being rich In protein and mineral ered 'clean unless no poultry has And If they do half of the things the family against diet de Anna Mae Bikes. Eggs-

'; '. matter. They are among the first been allowed to run on It and 110 they say they will, why I don't see ficiencies.
Baked Fish Thurs.. May C-The Fishing InduetryL
i foods to be fed to little children poultry manure has been spread on no sense at all, la elecUn' anybodyto Quick M.: Rhodes -
yl because they are so rich In iron, It for at least a year. Clean rangeis the legislature.: The guberna- I Dip the pieces of fish, one at a Spuds Johnson
Visits the
time In salted milk. Drain and College Poultry
fats and because growing pullets act and talk V'
1 and because the protelas Important torial candidates may
Plant With Dr. N. W. Sanborn
Be careful
roll in bread crumbs.
can easily become infested but, Just between
mineral substances are especially like Santa Claus
i !not to wet the crumbs or they will Fri., May 6-Face the Facts;
tis coccldtosls and other legislaturethat
with worms the
body It's
f, well suited to building you and me Citrus Costa Must Be
'-, sues. troubles from contaminated soiL i wears the White Wlskers and not brown evenly. Lay on greased ReducedDr. -

1'' + Eggs are also especially valuable A two or three year rotation Is to the guy we elect for Governor will pan. Sprinkle generously with oil, C. V. Noble. Soil Organic Mat.

4' of In the diet of adults who are suffering be preferred. Cultivation will belp! have to hang up his little stocking put? In hot oven that has been pre- : ter What It Is and Its ImportanceDr.
; R. M.: Barnette.
heated to 600 degrees F. Bake 10 I -
from tuberculosis or other to keep the land clean. just like the rest of us. Of coursehe _

wasting dixease, or who are convalescing 1>fr. Mehrhof suggests a systemof always" writes a letter to old St. or 15 minutes according to thick S--
I the chickson but ness of fish. Serve with lemon but Spring pigs should be weaned
from an Infectious disease. three ranges raising Nick askln's for this and that

ij; a Eggs are a protective food rich a different one each year and askln and gettln' Is two birds of a ;tr wtslhnt.' I ter. The secret of the above recipe and near Inoculated future.against cholera lithe

; In the necessary vitamins. cultivating the other two. Such a I different suit of feathers. --- rests in a hot oven and a short

t F Eggs are a balanced diet rich In system will keep the soil from be- : time of baking. A perfectly baked L

r proteins fats and minerals coming contaminated. I You folks can go and get all EXTENSIVE PROJEST FOR FLORIDA'S DISABLED fish Is not dried out but U juicy Orlando Mills Installs

; a Eggs are easily digested-hence, Pullets that are infested with I mesmerized and flam-doodled IMPROVING QUALITY OF I' VETERANS WILL MEETIN tender of texture and delicately new equipment In his garage corner .

1 y a moat wholesome human food. worms or coccldlosls will not develop about this Governor's Race If you RANGE CATTLE STARTEDAn MARIANNA MAY 8 lavored. This recipe will give you Washington and Garland

Eggs are an economical food properly but the longer they want to, but If you take my adviceyou'll this delicious product. Large fish streets.
r and should be more widely used lathe are kept free from these troublesthe do your free-thlnkln" and extensive project to Improve Marianna April 24.-An eventof steaks and fillets may be cookedIn Work on paving state road No.

v'. dally diet. Let's eat more eggs more resistant they will be to deep cogltatln' on the problem of the quality and size of native cattle state-wide Interest will be heldIn this way. 2 I from Tavares and Eustla to Ut

for our health's sake. them. electln' a few senators and repre- by the use of purebred bulls has Marianna, May 8, 9 and 10 Lemon Butter Dora will be started within short

*t* .1 A- sentatives. They're the boys and just been started by the Florida. which will bring to this city a large Melt 5 tablespoonfuls of butter time.

BORDEAUX CONTROLS Thld then Is my hope for out girls that's gonna do the sure- Experiment Station in cooperation number of the Florida Disabled stir In a small pinch o' curry powder -

;, !' future-that we may be rich without enough whip crackln' In Tallahassee with the J. C. Penney-Gwlnn Corporation American veterans. when bubbling add the'Juiceof RATS DIEso

forgetting to be righteous; that t next year.Accordin' I at Penney Farms Dr. A. Marianna will give the veteransa 1 lemon pour over flab and

CUCUMBERr we may be powerful without being 1. Shealy head of the Station Animal cordial welcome and arrange serve at once. do Mice once they eat BEST-

> offensively proud; that we may be to the rules we're Husbandry Department an. ments are being perfected for a To Boll Fish YET. And they leave no odor be-
hind. Don't take word for it
according to Dr nationally-minded without being playln' under now. It's the "Ayes" I nounces. program which will prove of great Cover the fish with a liquid madeof our ,
deaux mixture try a CATS and DOGSwon't
., Q. P. Weber, associate plant pathologist narrow-minded; and finally thai t tD the legislature and not the "rs" Through the efforts of Pat Johnson value to the organization throughout 1 pint boiling water 1-2 cupful package.touch It Rats all

,ti with the Florida Experiment we may live in a world of fact on the stump'that count and you, Kissimmee, a registered Brahman Florida. diced carrots, 1-2 cupful diced celery pass up
food to Best-Yet.
I bull has been donated to the The opening day Sunday May 8, get Two sizes
a i Station without surrendlng our faith. better make darn sure what kind 1 1-2 teaspoonfuls salt, and
He suggested that the first Melvin A. Traylor of Ayes the senator or representatives Station by Pierce Estates, Inc., comes on Mother's Day which carries 2 1-2 teaspoonsfuls lemon, juiceor 60 cent size, 3 oz. is enough for
,,45 h Texas. This 2 1.2 old a double significance and Pantry Kitchen and Cellar.
kl' .spraying be done when the second) from your section are apt to Pierce year vinegar. Cook until the vegetables -
get away bull has just been received and Is which will blend together In the I are tender strain! and put 75 cent size oz. for Chicken
1'' i 'V laves have formed and that application Extra cockerels should be fat be makln' when they
do vot- a splendid specimen of the breed exercises to be held Sunday eve fish Into the boiling liquid. House Coops and small buildings.
r V V should be repeated weekly tened and marketed as soon as pos from home before you any '

as long as the disease Is prevalent sible. Save money by not feeding In'. according to Dr. Shealy. A pure- ning.Monday I e Sold and guaranteed by your local
a The bred Devon bull owned by the Federal morning. May 9, there Jacksonville-Akra Brothers opened Dealer.
1 throughout the picking season.! them and by giving the pullets
l has been transferred will be a business session at which third here
Government department store
praying machine should! be cap plenty of room. And It might not be a bad Idea
a i from the Everglades Experiment reports of various committees will at 1018-20 Park street
able of high pressure so! that the to take 'em around to the old pasure o .... ..... ..n. ....
Station to Penney Farms. be heard and general discussions Daytona Beach :M. L. Crews received
-
I 1 pray will be in the form of a fog Paint brushes which have be- lot and let the mare give 'em
Repeater J. 25th, outstanding relative to Important problems of contract for extensions to I
The In "Nelghln1" you
3tl rather than coarse drops. come hardened may be readily softened a lesson or two
V Hereford bull at the main the ex-service men. ocean here
young pier
t spray should cover the under side by boiling in vinegar for 15 know there'll probably be more ATLASThe
; : for a guy to station In Gainesville will also be The afternoon session Monday Mount Dora-S. S. Sadler and
', of the leaves.Prepare minutes. than one opportunity
will be featured by addresses by Co. purchased Insurance business
and let
lg the 2"bordeaux by rear up on his hind legs used.Each
of these fine bulls will be representatives from national of Mount Dora Sale Co.
:2 of sulfate class NAY.
e.1 dissolving pounds copper out a first )
in :2& gallons of water and 4 bred to 40 average native range headquarters and a service officers' Palatka Inclosed baseball park Standard Oil

i pound of lime In another 29 gallons GOVERNOR ROOSEVELT Of course there'll be plenty of cattle and the Improvement under conference. at Booker Park opened and dedi-
,
r G 1 conditions studied. The committee on arrangements Tire GuaranteedOne
l actual -
hangln range
of water. Pour the two solutions. SAYS eager vocal Instructors
M : I for Monday evening has arranged
} Into a there In Talahassee -
at the same time around the lobby up
LIVE STATE HAPPENINGS several social functions which will Year
,cV r third and wooden container mixV ready to give FREE lessons ated.toeLAYS
the veterans and Marianna
v3 tl r lag them well. "If the farmer starves today we to your boy friends tellln' 'em bring ;'
will starve tomorrow." just what to say and when to say Jacksonville New bakery of people together. They include a'a ..............
Great Atlantic Pacific Tea Co., fish fry.
: I'd make 'em
HISTORY
: SERIES CITRUS it, but if I were you
In BOOKS COLLECTED BY "W. muM see to It that we the do of "Home Work" and be : located at foot of Enterprise Street Tuesday morning another Im NAYS OANGMOUS SNOJ.Ji.q,_
T t people, keep always the numt.,'ry plenty viaduct. portant business session will beheld
jVaV' EXPERIMENT STATIONA of then great Kitrecvtlon of sure they knew their lesson before i' Bobble Brollier at which time reports will be e, w 9 : .. Frigidaire
Bradenton opened
-- po r.,. ...*, us make no mlMak I'd let 'em go and tell 'em to stay .
Sinclair Service Station on given on the resolutions legislative .I
public utility corporation mustawn from those private tutors. If
s A collection of 22 books repre- away and 14th street. rehabilitation and other committees
,
'b* our routers but our IHTV.ant with corner 8th avenue
too chummy
let 'em get the three
) q. S ontatlve of the history of citrus you of and new officers will also year guar-
: well paid as all COOK M>rvanu first Miami Beach-20-foot strip
fruits throughout the world for should t>., but our servants some of those lobby-Hazards, land for widening 24th street at be elected. as
v r i nearly 300 years has been made by Ull." thing you know the'U be wriUa'home Pine Tree Drive dedicated to city anted electric refrigerator
t .
1 the library of the Florida Experiment for more spendln money. Daytona Beach Work startedon

'V I Station. In this unique col. 1'b. attltuJ of those who lit recently. Site cleared for memorial fountain bonorlngAmerica'
( Ger- at prant in the Ma of po "rWM And now it turns out that what's TltusvUles- being Philosophers counsel
faction are books In French That construction of new governmentradio war dead which will may you
baautirully xprcaMd: bv Is thatwe're ,
i ; man. Italian, Dutch and English astute collector of their. raniu a lot of cock-eyed misers We beset modem life. You
> : languages fund the dl.tlnrul.hd Mr Uiuodj. Bradenton- Peninsular canning tee For sate by
qS The oldest books in the collection 'What rlcht.' Mid h.. In ..If."r. been tellln' each other Scotch jokes be Bradenton Burned Manatee these dangers hi the experience
here to operated during
4 I waa published In 1640 In Rome. 'has the W'.i to attempt to curb until we've reached the point that plant about County Growers' Association warehouse *of others. Fire U one of
and
tomato
season employ
l : the
the tariff rat.. demand by our we think more of a nickel than we greatest
So far as Is known there Is only to be rebuilt.Say
'VV Treat protected. Industries In >the! do We been klddla' 40 persons In factory proper. Why delay having Insur-
our right eye. your
one other work on citrus in existence Smith's Service
la East Why ihould we a* prosperous that Orlando Florida state head snce reviewed! and
that it was people adjusted
I this ourselves .. _
which Is older than one. nation. atn-nimn. for Federal seed loan 1 .0 L "
pay any find quarters to your present needs!Delay
unemployed and now we
Another of the books was published to the demand 01 the backward was board opened In Chamber of Com arcJkr: uwa-.J
to Antwerp Belgium, In 1882. .tat.*,' Backward *ULI.. ws.. out. It'sthe DOLLARS that have bulldlnawith O. F. Gardiner it with Flowers exyrctulvd\

V The collection has been made rarcly a tactful. phraae to "! ... been welkin? the streets and lookia'for merce In charge.Work ... ,_ .. .. ... .. I StationStarke
Ir for by It he .referred to thorn1 vrialagricultural somethln to do. But why HAROLD C. WALL
; ; over a period of several years by communltloe ...".... and Mr. Knox started on Lake Okeecho-
h' $ Mrs. Ida Keeling Cresap, librarian. limes. designated a* 'The swatt" should Mr. Hoover hundred and twenty bee drainage area by McWilliams Flowers For All INSURANCE Fla.
.- "* I pick on one ,,
b Out of the stress and difficulty million people about It, It sure ain'tthe Co.Wllllston Sun. OccasionsGERTRUDE STARKE. FLORIDA

: of the situation I believe gradually "Th. human Individual" : th' HORDE that's doln' the hoard- .. ... .
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world over has ,../'\aed tlr t poverty In' Most of us would be able toglv. -- ---- -
we shall return to simpler and starvation and snmumanual ; an HONEST dollar plenty to DR. R. W. MARTIN GODDEY
and living. For
r thinking slmpller
tabor. are not the In..h' MnecvMliy do-if knew where to find one.
it seema to me that we want above In hi* life and h.- ui we DENTIST ANDERSON Plants of
4 Strawberry QualityWe
everything to abandon the struggle found e common voir with u" li Phone 33 Hours 9 to 6
; to live up with the Joneses and to to demand, a* today. n....>-i..Mi..I..< And If some of you candidates. Phone 39 Waldo Fla
n: rediscover the true purpose of life what w.r* ywatrday! luxuries would like to add to your popularly Over Corpening's Drug Store have fine River'Bottom grown berry plants

Universally he demand nor only" you might try takln' a PAID .. ... u .
la the
which the to be found In
joy Improved
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state certified and fine -
life and liberty Out that pursuit othappln "Ad" In the newspapers If you I as grown. Missionary,

v i, simple virtues of industry thrift *.' which our forbear* itud want to be successful In your run Klondike, 1000, $2.25; 5000 $11; 10,000
and the sane living. I believe in down a* one of th. fuixlamrntiUlof
rr our people In our country and in the rl.hl. of a e'tiicn.' for office-run for the newspaper $20. Blakemore; new and fine very productive
fflce.Groveland.
the God who directs our destinies; :HEW LOW PRICES I earlier than Missionary or Klondike twice as pro-
"Home rule I. a moil Important w'
r and I welcome the future with confidence -
:{ k and unshaken faith. thins_ mot rltar thins-If ...'. -Fred Reynolds opened -, Lifetime Guaranteed ductive. 1000 $3; 5000 $13; 10,000. $25. Buy your
i y are to eoallau..long 'b. coiirw here.
new bakery .
Melvin A. Traylor. on which w* have so fr proamwdwith \ plants through my agents, Brownlee Bros., Starke

such unprecedented .u'c.....* GOODYEARSPEEDWAY G. W. Roberts, Lawtey. If you can't see one of
.
d D Watermelon anthracnoae Is best:
controlled by spraying with .-4.i "11 Is. the duty of the lerlilalun /HudduSkins'KuleAwaii' them order direct, but be sure to buy our quality

i e to ace trial power, which b lon.n t<
so Bordeaux. Add nicotine sulphate plants. Catalogtree for asking We can ship
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the people. t transferred Into i s
1 ; to control aphids, according to the airy and delivered to them at the Supertwlat Cord Tires any day now you want plants.J.A.BAUVER.

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and Is yours NOW.. start loday.ORIEr Register Motor Co. Louie's
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April SO gressor Thy ways; and sinners TRAIN SCHEDULE I'... ..1

The Prince of Peace: : For unto shall be converted unto Thee." Ps. HAMPTON 1 WHAT EDITORSARE

us a child Is born; and the Si 1013.
govgrnment :
Our schedule
changes March 0th ,
shall be upon his shoulder (Continued next week) MI.. Ada :Kim**.. Car. SAYING and trains will run aa follows: ..t.,
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%Ai' : and his name shall be called, I '
Itf Southbound local No.1. duo 'f
the Prince of Peace.-Isaiah 9: 6. PRESBYTERIAN" Mr. Brown of Brooker attended i Rv.lc' Or directed Starke 11:12 .t i
was at : p. m. ,
-n word is lamp lIdO IIJ eet. u4 alidat sate my pail-PIlI. 119:105.: May 1 preaching at the First Baptist I the ultra-conservative. or botb par. Southbound local. No. 11, due ;I.N.,:''I I : .
Guard Your Thoughts: Finally, Services Sunday, May 1, as follows church here last Sunday morningand : ttea- Jual as b* himself to In .ympathy Starke 9.35: a. m. t

All religious doctrine brethren, whatsoever things are : evening. I with liberal of both panic.. '
teaching
rafieJflor&aflf3feistti or HI Southbound limited No. 107 duo 'I ,
: creed,if they are to have any claim true, whatsoever things are honest, 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. Miss Ethel Stone, who has been political speech) einphaatma need row: Starke 10:28: a. m. 1
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.pon the love loyalty and devotion( of the people,must be In hvmony with whatsoever things are Just, what Truby, supt. visiting at Melrose returned to her It make r-liKnmnt clear/ how urgent to America.I. the Southbound limited No. 101, due "I' H

the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice soever things are pure, whatsoever 11 a. m. Morning worship, ser- home here last Sunday. nd for real, conatructlv Starke
progrralv 11:00: m. :
of the human heat IS and MAN of whom:' it wag said in John 7:46,"NEVER MAN things: are lovely, whatsoever mon by the pastor. Messrs. Cleveland and Albert liberal. l leadership in power nationally Northbound p.local. No.2 due ; ,

SPAKE things are of good report; if there 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor Top. Sullivan of Tberessa, were the -New Jersey.. Camden I-OIIt Starke 0:19: a. m. 'j )\
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Fa-tors of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use this department be any virtue and if there be any' ic "Ftndlrg/ My Place In Life" guests of their mother. Mrs. J. P. (lad- Rep) Northbound local. No. 12 due .i: .

for news of church acUvltir, organisations and anonnoo praise, think on these things. 8 p. m. Evening worship, song Sullivan last Sunday morning. e Stark. S:31 : ; ,\ .
There la : m.
hop In p.
t Space freely given and no charge made-the only requirement Philllpplans 4: and sermon. Mum Martha Joyce Johns, who Men 1 Rooaevelfg. '/ j '
8.Hay He want to restore the ladividual Northbound limited No. 108 due Iv'
EJnr that such Item reach this office before) Wednesday morning Prayer meeting Wednesday at has been toe guest of her sister, ;
pot merely put a patch Starke 0.-60 .
they cannot be handled fog' unrrtmt lace : p. m.Watnnet l' t
.dNlrWllIO A Nation's Greatness: Right 8 p. m. Mrs. J. L. Cook of Gainesville returned I en the financial machine lie makes
I ) Branch : 'I\
eous exalteth a nation: but sin .U A cordial welcome to all our ser to her home here last Saturday a rood start. Milwaukee, Wl.o No. ;, ,C g

produce 30 60 or 100 bushels according a reproach to any people.-Pro vices extended to all. She was accompanied by .Journal find.). and No.101 102 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m. {.r.. ..

SUNDAY SCHOOL to. the soil, rainfall or irrigation verbs 14:34.: to her niece Miss" Gene Cook. C e arrives 2:40: p. m.
I A fundamental dally except Sundays. '
LESSON and attention. BAPTISTSunday Mrs. Leo Wiggins of Macclenny. temperamental 1 I.'
HayS
I Utterance exists, between noon. T J. Griffin, Agent ,:, I
"For he had possession of flocks Consider the of her mother Mrs
Great Things: Fear the was guest ; veil and Hoover And RooMveit'a
L and possession of herds and great Lord, and serve him in truth, with school at 10 a. m. A. J. J. M. Maxwell this week. concept I. not only the more hum. line- lBI..1ft l-

MAY I, 1033 store of servants: and the Philistines all your heart: for consider how Thomas, supt. Every teacher and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bedenbaugh in., but the more prrtlrl Help Schedule 1 '

envied him. It has been great things he hath done for you. scholar !should be on time. We and Mrs. O. L. Harrison were the llttl fellow and all.. InduMrlr Dally, effective Jan. 1, 1932. 1

Subject: Isaac and his W lljI. said "envy Is the constant companion -1 Samuel 12: 24.May. are Inclined to be a little late. Comeon business visitors to Gainesville last tr* helped automaticallylhla.. /' Northbound 8-03: a. m., 1:09: p. ',
Record. (Ind). m., 4:69: p. m., 8:19: p. m. :i :' ,
Golden Text: "A soft answer of prosperity.' As a result 4 time. Monday.C. }
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Southbound '"
9:34
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tumeth away wrath: but grievous of that envy the lesson says, "For The Gift of Peace: Peace I leave Worship at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. J. Weeks of Jacksonville spent Roosevelt alanrir out bolder Ihnn m., 4:34: p. m.,-12:50:: a.a. m.m., 12:34: p. v''

words stir up anger." Prov. 15:1.: all the wells which his father's servants with you my peace I give unto you; B. Y. P. U. at 7 p. m. Sundays. several days here this week the inv candidate In during to urge r*. Tickets and Information at ''l

Time: B. C. 1804; Place: South had digged In the days of not as the world giveth, give I unto Mid-week service Wednesday at guest of bill sister, Mrs. Elsie Sutton or th* tariff The candidatewho Smith's Service Station next to I"
Abraham his father the Philistines 8 could eland champion of the ,
Judea. you. Let not your heart be troubled p. m. Sparkman. ,1.
Practical Truth: -Peace costs had stopped them, and filled them I -neither let It be afraid.-John Sunday. May 8th Is observed In Honorable John Rich of Valdosta Ins million could who not h..trlk v. to* earn a better their blow. llv. courthouae. i I

something: but cost Is less than with earth." That country had 14: 27. all churches as Mother' Day. We Ga., captain of the Georgia Southern lor them than by a concent. .... Closing of Mull. :tit r

the cost of contention." little rain. Water was needed for May are looking for a large audience at Railway Company was a buslrfesa rive!> for reduction or tariff/ tA..... South ,'f.. }: k

Introduction: "The marvelous crops and stock and people. A well No Respecter of Persona: of a that service. visitor at the home of Mr. and -Lewlaton. M... Run (Ind), No. 11, parcel poet and letters '

event of Isaac's youth took place of fresh or "springing" water was truth I perceive that God is no Mrs. O. Haynes last Sunday. 9:13: a. m. !
about of value. The Lord caused Mrs. Vonda Inman of SUrke, There I* nothing eva.lvo orvague .
when he was twenty-five great respector of persons: but In :
every No. 107 letters
about special
Roovclt delivery ,
years old, Abraham's willingness Isaac to prosper and "Ablmelech nation he that fearcth him and BOATDRAIN was visiting her many friends here :Jinr simplicity that make Idea them It i* and special handling 10:00: a. m. i i .. i

to sacrifice his beloved son on the said unto Isaac Go from us; for worketh righteousness. Is acceptedwith I lost Monday. round Ht procram t.* a refresh.n North 1.I'r" .-

altar at God's command. Isaac acquiesced thou art much mightier thin we." him.-Acts 10: 34, SS. Mr*. Saute Gllenon Mrs. W. B. Alexander and family Contrast to the archaic and No 12, parcel pout and letters ,4
obedience and Isaao did not in Brooker this \trlvolou that :
In this quarrel nor go to war, were visiting program the hoover 3:10 "
faith and shared the great joy of but "departed thence, and pitched SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST week. trimtnlatratlon h.. adopted ROOM : p. m. E t
Mr. Edmun Donnelly visited Mr. fate No. 108, letters, special delivery I' t 1
auggeatton lnnptre the belief : '
his father when the ram was sub his tent in the valley of Gerar." Guy B. Pilcher of Connecticut, 1,
Marlon Gllsaon Sunday afternoon. that *om*thlng ran b* don*.-...- and special handling 8:30: p. m. im i
the sacrifice. He Where "Isaac the or arrived here this week. He has located -
stituted as Jigged again Conversion
grew the New Birth Park
Prea .
Mr. Marlon Gllsson spent the jury (Undo Dem). Night mall closes at six: o'clock. t9l.i
be affectionate wells of water which had here, and will Improve and ${
up to an young they 1. How did Jesus emphasize the '
day with his brother, Mr. C. Glls No.1. due at 11:12: m. j> .;
p. 7No
man, deeply grieved when Sarah dlgged In the days of Abraham his necessity of conversion? build on a track of land owned by nyond doubt Rooaevelt'* nomllatlon 2, due at 8:19: a. m. tt

passed away. lIe lacked ardor! and father; and he called their names "Verily I say unto you except ye son.There him southeast of town. would and the flirtation\ tie. 1,
: will be church at China .
enterprise of his father Abrahamand after the names by which his father be converted and become as little Grove church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Price of South mean big buMnem. and the Homo- Sauce' BranchMall t.
(ratio party 111 declaration marks close. 7:00 .. .
: m. "t
his sons Jacob and Esau being had called them. And Isaac'sservants children, ye shall not enter the Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grlffls havea Georgia, are the guests of Mr. tlm flnltly an. the candidate. of Mall : '1,

a retiring and thoughtful matt. It digged in the valley, and kingdom of heaven Matt. 18:13.: mighty sick girl at this writing, Price's sister, Mrs. J. I. Tucker .h. liberal agrarian wing of the arrives, 2:40: p. m. ,'k,, 1 ,I n 6S .

was characteristic of him that found there a well of springing 2. In what other statement did' we hope she will soon be better. Rev. :Mathison of Waldo, will ,.rt,. It guarantee. him the voted Went Palm Beach-Robert L. 't /: ': \:

when It came time for him to mar. water." Isaac honored his father He teach the same truth? Mr. Raymond Gllsson visited Mr. preach at the Methodist church the W\t and the upport of .
Earnest
and K. Kenneth Lewis
ry (be was then forty years old), by restoring the wells Abraham "Verily verily I say unto thee. Theodore Donnelly Sunday.Mr. next Sunday evening.The lundrrd or thousand of middle formed ; <
da** urban dweller who reel Con. new law firm to be known't
Isaac himself was not sent In dug and giving them their old Except a man be born again he Pitts visitor at Sun. 4-H Club will have
was a boys a tress I. helping everybody' hut &it Earneat & Lewis and will be '
search of a wife, but his. father names. cannot see the kingdom of God. day school Sunday at China Grove moving picture show at the city "em.-nll.'lImond. Va. News 'lealr located In Guaranty building. ;lj ,

Abraham sent instead a faithful And the herdmen of Gerar did John 3:3 I Ia. Church. hall next Friday evening at eight ., (Ind. Dem). .. ';"Ii, + ,\\1 1l .

and most tactful servant who wentto ,strive with Isaac's herdmen saying How did He further explainthe I Mrs. Ralph Gainey and baby visIted o'clock. Everybody is supposed to *) i :. ("

Haran In Mesopotamia whence "The water Is ours." Most people new birth? I her parents Saturday night. be there. SING AT PINE LEVEL Why Get Up Nights? .I ,); '
Abraham had come and there 'would have fought for such a well "Jesus -
answered
verily, verily II Mr. Leslie Glisson visited Mr. Those who are graduating from Ii .\ ,
found just the right wife for Isaac in such a land, but Isaac yieldedhis say unto thee except a man be Edgar Glisson Sunday the Starke high school this term There will be an all day sing at Make This 25o Tent }' ; .\ ,. 4 ,

She was Rebakah, the granddaughter rights"and moved away. born of water and of the Pine Level Church near Starke
spirit he Mr. Chesley Glisson visited Mr. are Miss Novella King Gordon TM!* tiay, blnddor. phyulo In n,.*d..tf I '.
of Nahor, Abraham's Then Isaac's followers dlgged cannot enter Into the kingdom of Marion Glisson Sunday.Mr. and Mast. next first Sunday. All who like to drive uut impurities and *xo.** :, / !.:,'
brother. She was In charge of her another well and the Philistines God." verse S. Robert Spencer! visited Mr. Wadsworth Henry gospel singing are Invited. We are ad. "It. In leg palnp, backache, burn
brother Labon, who willingly let strove for that also and Isaac "re- 4. With what comparison did Edgar Glisson Sunday. I expecting singers from several h"K and vdttina up night HU- tl' It$ IV

his sister go to far-a-way Canaanto moved from thence, and digged an- He Illustrate the subject? "The Miss Eliza Harrell visited Isa- SINGING CONVENTION counties There will be dinner on K KTH: the bladder i>hy..'lo, contain ,3 to }U ,1:
AT PINE LEVEL Inc buchu. nil et., work. : :
marry Isaac. Rebekah was other well: and for that they strove wind bloweth where it llateth and dore Gllsson Sunday.Mr. the groundA. the bladder Juniper plvnuantly, and .".eU.) .on. t, I' '.Iit!oJH 1:

strong and alert, quite the complement : not: and he called the name of It thou bearest the sound thereof but Ellery Gllsson visited Miss I L. HILLIARD. ly a. cantor fill on the bowel Oat I t ta \ "'Nt! \"

of Isaac, and the two lived Rehoboth: and he said, For now cant not tell whence it cometh or Maggie Donnelly Sunday. The Alachua County Singing 4 drug-Klit 2Ra ,box After 1ft Slain four. Mia<,tayn..) from If not your relieved '1 ,'.1,1 J,

moat happily together. I the Lord hath made room for us, whither It goeth: so is everyone The birthday of Mr. W. J. Johns, Convention will hold an all-day CARD OF THANKS of setting up niicht aro back ; .. .

Isaac, like his father, was con i and we shall be fruitful In the that is born of the spirit." Verse 8. 77 years of age was celebrated at sing Sunday May 1, at the Pine and bound, get to your fuel bttr monwy. after You Ibis ar. .,.11 "i.t

fronted with the horrors of a famIne land. 5. What change Is wrought In the home of C. C. Johns Those attended Level church located three and a We desire to express our heartfelt olvatmliiw and you get your regular I ''I' ti''

and removed to Gerar, a Philistine Finally he could live In peace conversion or the new birth?' "Even were :Mr. and Mrs. W. S. half miles from Starke, on the thanks to those who helped us ttor sleep) locally at Mltchnir Drug '.: .\:! ..

city ruled by King Ablm- with his people. "And the Lord when we were dead in sins hath Johns and baby of Jacksonville Lake Butler highway. The singing through our sickness, and rebuild -. .--- ---- f 1'... h

elech. While he was at Gerar the appeared unto him, the same night, quickened us together with Christ Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle of will begin at 10 a. m., with Rev. ing of our home that burned. May "' ''''TlOlt'* ......81 I J IF I

Lord appeared to hips and bade him and said I am the God of Abraham (by grace ye are saved." Eph. 2:5.: Lawtey H. O. Rivers and family, Will Hale of Green Cove Springs the Lord bless you all. NOTICF! ,IN b.r.by stun. that unri .f U' ; \\1

not yield to the temptation to go thy father: fear not, for I am with 6. What is one evidence of this Mr. and Mrs. Jlallory Thomas and delivering an Interesting sermon at Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Conner >r and by. virtue of a final d.cr.. !: ',,11'1'
of forecloMtirn mad and rendered by +
down into fertile Egypt., ,At the thee and will bless thee and multiply change from death to life?. "We family Mrs. W. M. Hodges Alph the eleven o'clock hour. and family.. the Honorable A sa:. Adklm, Judge i,. I' I'j'.>.;.q I
same time the Lord renewed to thy seed for my servant Abra.ham' know that we have passed from Parrlsh Elver and Jack Norwood Singer from the various sectionsof i- of the Circuit Court of the ..th Judlclnl ;
Isaac the promises he had given sake. And he bullded an altar death unto life because we love of Auburndale, Mr. and Mrs Louis the state are expected, Includingthe Bradford Starke-Repairs Bank being made to Iiradford Circuit County
Abraham that his posterity should there and called upon the the brethren. He that loveth not Clemons. An enjoyable time was popular Purcell Quartette of County building./ April Kith, 18.IS. ; In that oaun. thereIn :. I, .

be a great nation should possess name of the Lord, and pitched his his brother abldeth in death. 1 had by all. Orlando, which In heard every oral lately' Land pending Hank of between Columbia the, Plaintiff Fd-- !i .I' {I

the land, and should be richly tent there: and there Isaac's servants John 3: 14. Thursday night at 8:15: to 8:49: over KILL RATSand and J. M. Truby wlduwxr, .tal ,. : .. I' if t

blessed. Our lesson opens with the dlgged a well. Isaac was 7. From what Is a converted NOTICE the Orlando Broadcasting Station.An who' U.f.ndanta. the undersigned. d t''
therein
wa appointed a* Upolal *- Vi
happy fulfillment of those prom. only an ordinary faithful servantof sinner saved Invitation Is extended to the Mice, that'g BESTYET the old Mauler I In Chancery to execute : :j. Ji

isee" the Lord, yielding his rights Let him know, that he which There will be a home coming public. Come out and bring a basket reliable rodent destroyer! cornea in th.' anino, will. "n Monday the tth (ri f.l li l
day of June, 1(11. during the legal' '
"Then Isaac sowed In that land, rather than counted with an op converteth the sinner from the error day at Long Branch cemetery the and spend the day enjoying/ powder form No mixing/ with other hour or .ale, bcfnr th* Court (f .J 1_ ,i J 'j II

and received In the same year an ponent. of his way shall save a soul second Sunday, May 8. The publicIs the singing. falls.DO foods.. Your money back If It to HOIIH the Dnnr highest.lit and Stark b*,.t Florida bidder anil for .1 j

hundredfold: and the Lord blessed .I from death and shall hide.a multi- cordially Invited to come and cash, the following <1*.vrlb d land, .l'j,
him. And DAILY BIBLE tude of sins." James 0:20 Acts MEMORIAL EXERCISES TO BEHELD situated. In Kradford county nor' ; j
the man waxed great, THOUGHTS spend the day. There will be dinneron cent size, 3 cm. Is enough for Ma, tn-wltl ) I I' t,

and went forward, and grew until 26: 14-18. the ground.R. Pantry, Kitchen and Cellar. That portion of 8U.of' 8WV4 of I !; I INE t
he became very great:" as said in AprU 29 8. To whom are sinners broughtby L. Harris Clerk. I Mark.\ NWV4\ of HftVi: lying Salt .
73 cent 6 of .
for Chicken
size. oz. and Handornon PublluKnad
Matt. 13: 25/ "some an hundredfold Fellowship: We took sweet coun- conversion?' The U. D. C. will hold Memorial containing. forty-nine acne, t. I',
House small ''
some sixty, some thirty." that sel-together walked unto the -"Create In me a clean heart 0 Panama City-Sinclair Station .1 exercises May lit, Sundayafternoon Coopsand buildings. all In Section *...vnt. *
.is. if a bushel of grain was prop' house of God in company.-Psalm God; and renew a right spirit withIn on Harrison avenue and. Eighth at 3 o'clock at Crosby ceme Sold and guaranteed by your ship two Bin((12)(5)Eaot Hotith of of the Hang TallabaiM. Twenty'f* !'. II .I'I"'

erly sown and harvested It would 85: 14. me Then will I teach trans. street remodeled. tery. Local Dealer Meridian In Bradford. county! Florida d/ till\ (j ,- 1i f

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v McManui of Columbia. 8. C.
with the appurtnanc... Bald' sale 1 (i d
I to be mad pursuant to said decree '
SAY! OOMTEN/ERJ WHY HE SOLD 'Y VOOR MOTHER WHY MOQODV to satisfy. the same and eont! ;r
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Notice I I. hereby given, that W. T.
Weeks holder of Tea Certificate No.
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at. sad day of July, A. D. 1525, ban; 1 ;
filed said certificate! In my office 1
and mad application! for lax dead tnl f i
l 10.ue thereon. In accordance with ;
r law Said certificate! embrace th. e
..i0M following described. property eltnatd 1 (
ER'I In Uradford County, Florida, t..' '

WittNorth Half of Southeast quarterof .
& /. !a North...' quarter, Mcctlon I>,
Township t. flout, Rang Sf Kaet.:
____ The aeeeeement of said property
1'w' ... under the old certificate, Issued was
.i e .. .4 In th. nam of Julia Goodwin. i .r
'" Unique. ald certificate shall b* redeemed E '
according to law. tax deed.
E will leeue thereon on the lard day
A .., a ; ... of May A. I>. Itlt.Dated i t
N ." e.. this lltb day of April A, i
s Ier.eriea 1 i D. Jill. h
6. W. ALDERMAN
- (Seal) Clerk. of Circuit Court.Bradford .
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CounC,. Florida. f'so'rICE
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"THE MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET!i; By L. F......Van_Zelmc TO r-BTOIlg AND' cltNir. i

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!--- -- Nonce I I.. hereby. given bat. all :
: rIIlHaHVIU creditor, legate... dletrlbut aad '
U Jy Buzz : all pereone having. claim agalnct r
c=> $ 1 tb. estate of L. W. Klckllter. ... t ,
!.' tr-r-\ f ; : .thI hereby rqutd to preenl -
claim' to the HonorableOo. f
lUDING YrgalDEt3 a. ; A. Oardlner Jndg of d'
".. Bradford County.: FlorlJa. for his *
.u'- o s v x voeAtFlRST I ( approval within one y.ar from date ,,+
kt4 vi hereof, or this nolle will b* held In t
SNOWFALL bar thereto and all persons Indebted -
A T StoNr TALK, Bttf to said estate are reo'ieeted to 'N 1 ,
CAUSES SKID OUT aF HER pay their said debt forthwith ta ,
iIj =n. l the underelgned, executor. sp"
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!10M(. ** their .claim to the Honorable 4
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LOCAL AiFAIRS ., :, or within tale Settee one year will front b* held date Inbar I
DOe) ocItEQS % tberelo, and all ...._D. ldebtd t'}q a1' ,
A IIIHO to said estate arc requested to par 1 r
their said debt forthwith t* Ih. k ,'v
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TZXEGRAFH STAKKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY. APRIL 89

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't: Bradford County Telegraph From !I--- I II ..- ---I POt{I I Announcements and and support courteous will manner b. a"preclat.Tr-. "ot.LOUI8 =.


I Other Pens I KED PEPPER SSoo Late ITT 5nNATOJI H. HIU.I "
I By "Bed" I 1j In response to the suvirvsUon of hereby announce; (
Established 1877 myself
many friends, and bll.vlng that. Iran did at. for the office ean.
,.... J b* of valuable service! to the Tx". of Bradford) Count of A ,* f ,
QlassifoBy penpl of till. senatorial district, bJkt
: : Vco'o to the wishes of the U ,
and Entered Second Class Avery Powell In the TimesUnion composed of Union and BradforncountlBs. voters t
Published Weekly on Fridays as Movie star says this country is I hereby announce myselfas pressed in the coming r>*,n VV raIl I,

: !Matter\ at the Post Office at Starke, Florida blonde crazy.-Otarke: Telegraph. says that youcan pump up a RUSSELL KAY a candidate for state ssnator, the primary.favor.II. elected Information, I If''a', ;on'11.1'dationa ;

I, No, It Is the star that Is crazy. flat tire and keep running. but you Secretary', Florida Preu AuucwiiosYou'd subject voters at to the the will primary of the election Democratic onJune and courtesies. that ace :'

; The good old U. S. A. loves redheads can't a flat pocket-book. No neither 7. 132. I am in favor of and given through that offpredate .. Will"P

$ E. S. Matthews __.. _u___ ___________ Owner and PublisherJ. not blondes.- -Bronson Jour- can you buy them at a corner think this word "economy"was a will reduction work for of tax the reduction expense or and run.ning in. vote and your asslatunca Serious. consideration,

; C. Robinson _..____. ___ ______________ Managing Editor nal. Oiling) staton: already pumped up. a yo-yo or somethln' the way the state goVernm..ntJoa: N. P. WAlNWRIQUt
favor and will work the -
-
-- -- all the candidates are playln' with strengthening1, of the state banking T hereby announce; myself a cm.
From the Bradford County Telegraph A ten percent income l Isn't much dldate for re-elentlon. / to
4 SUBSCRIPTION RATE It. And boy, how they can slingIt. laws to protect depositors and to the office of
f : "From some reason there better than nothing but a wife make their liability to loss much Tax: Assessor. During the
No matter what a guy Is run- more remote. I will. ever be alertfor : ; years that I have been your agiMtufr:
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months 75e Payable In Advance Is a general Impression that Gandhi with a fifty per-cent out-go Is nln for from constable on up his and on the right aide of anyother I have tried bard to give to the -'
Is a disciple of Adam." Onething worse. measure which I believe. to lie all that could b. expected oFS,
Advertising Rates on Application theme song Is "ECONOMY. All be for the best Interests of the people aa assessor and In asking for r..
_
you gotta hand Gandhi. It and the protection of their rIghtsand election I this, that
ask Is tht we turn the money proml..10u If I
: -_ I I would be pretty tought to pin any- A car door 4s forever slammed they property. Your vote and support am elected continue to
over to. 'em and then just let will be highly and serve you honestly: ,
fearlessly!
thing oil htm.--Miami Beach Sun. yet it never feels offended, or at PJom:: Impartially I and
will
; Have you registered ? ANYBODY else even act like they If I am elected, your in appreciate
'--0 least It keeps it to Itself. me will never be violated vote ft the coming primary and icn.
-, 0 wanted some of It. The average Reapec*fully. ral elections. Respectfully
Times-Union wants a tax on political rally today ain't nothln' Lake Butler Fla J. M. MANN. M. I>. B. W. HAYK3.: ,
: Tomorrow ia the last day to register. charred kegs and gallon Jugs. Why Since man first got bit by Eve he -
more or less than a Scotch picnic. To the Democratic Votnra,. of the FOR SHEHIFF"
has been the first Invention
not tax the contents?-Starke repeating
To the
-p Well folks can go on ahead fifteenth Senatorial District: Democratic voters of Drad.I .
? Telegraph. Would be a bright Idea with little Improvement; second you Many of the voters, both Bradford ford County!
: Headline tells of "Holding Musical Feet. only It might be hard to gather in the talking machine was pro- and applaud If you want to, but and Union counties, which comprisethe hereby announce my oandlilic" ,
don't overlook the "Con" part of above senatorial district, urged for sheriff of this county, subject to
$ v pt that tax as It Is to "get" those who duced by man; now the radioYetthe ma, prior to the death of Senator the action of the voter at the com.
fill the jugs.-Bronson Journal. public falls for the last as same It, for you'll find later on that the Johns, to enter the race.. for the log Democratic primary election. ,
Doth onions and candidates have a strong appeal. acent was all on that syllable Democratic nomination a* senatorIn promising If elected a faithful hon
.. the first because it talks and
-- as the coming primary election to est and efficient performance of the
k o Arkansas paper suggests as a I yet we pan the women for talking be held In June, 1931. I now take duties of said office Your vote and
I may be wrong but I got an this' method of malting my formal support la respectfully solicited

: Fast fliverring takes more lives than fast living.A retrenchment salaries to scheme the unemployed,.to stop payIng In- -110 there you are. Idea that a lot of birds gallopln' office.announcement: I ask each for and this every Important, voterto LAljRICE C. CLEMOM3

o I up and down scrcamln' "Economy.economy" carefully consider. my candidacy; I hereby announce as candidate
public offices.:'-Starke Telegraph. This governor's race reminds me don't If I am the nominee I pledge efflulent l- for sheriff of Bradford County Flor

grass widow is not as green as the name implies. There's real sense In that suggestion of a play I took part In once. There just naturally understand service to the people. ida and respectfully solicit and will
all they know about it. Rexpectfullv, appreciate at
4: v. o and If carried out It woud( were so darn many in the play until Lake Butler, Fla. HAL Y. MAINES Primary. your,v. support J.: EPPERSON the ,June

help some yes It would 7-Bron- there wasn't anyone left In the
Don't be one of those neglecting register and vote. Journal. I community for the audience. While we're on the subject, Jack At the solicitation of many friends I hereby announce my candidacy
son T hAve decided
I to become a candidate for sheriff of Bradford
county .ub-
l C. Worthington In the Lake Wales .
$ o for State Senator, 16th senatorial i J.ot to notion of the voter at the
; ; is to be The bond trustees of Starke, I And all 'down through the agesI Highlander points out that while district I comprising Bradford primary June 7th. I have hue a
The citizen who aces no good in anything pitied. most' of the yelpln and bayin.' and Union counties. If elected I citizen of the county all my life and
., have ordered an Inventory to be suppose the greatest ambition of promise faithful and conscientious : have never asked for an office at the

i _ o taken every quarter, of electric all the candidates' sons will be to about the cost of government Is .ervlc..nd respectfully solicitthe hands. of the voter. If elected I

________ It's", easier to vote for new taxes than it i is to pay old supplies and necessary records do for the. public what their fath aimed at Tallahassee if you'll doa the support June of Primary all Democratic voters at promise efficient the law cltlien.enforcement of th., without county

-d mode so that It will be IMPOSSIBLE ers' promised before being elected. little checkln and double check- W. E. MtDDLETON. allowing partiality, Your support
taxes. In' like Amos and Andy, you'll find and vote will be appreciated I
at all times to ascertain volt! IIFPItESuNTAI'I Vit OSCAR ANDREUMFI.MDIOlt !:
L4 o that only about 20 per cent of our I respectfully announce my can
Saw streets
just what materials are on hand, a man on the the
tax to dlilacy for Representative of Brad SCHOOL IIO.\RD-Plllt.
the state the I
Nothing( will attract a candidate quicker than a group of according to the Starke Telegraph. other day so fat, that he had to money goes ford County subjxct to the will of 1 take this method of announcingmy
balance of 80 cent Is for local
per the Democratlo voters of the coming candidacy for member of ,
We've seen Inventories like that.Umatllla .- Jack up his chin before he could school

_ voters. Tribune. button his collar.Tlmes.Unlon.That law and order In the form of coun- primary election and : t'.t: T.I i1f'dl Ifnominated comprising board from North School Stark District and Lawtejsubject No 1,

dk -0 -4- ain't so bad. I know a man ty taxes. And when you add municipal I Intently, faithfully ':rdt fearlessly doeverything to th. will of the Democratic .
costs find that that I c will help In th.
4 You can get pickles out of a ten-gallon crock or 'get From BeUe Glade comes one of so cross-eyed until he has to turn been chasln you you I the majority of the citizens of Brad Jun. voters 7, 1932: It coming nominated primary and

4 those faith-restoring stories. It his back to the well to draw a a mangey rabbit with ford County and the State of Flor elected I promise to work for th>
: pickled. a high rifle while bull ida. Will attempt and aid in placing
: powered a best interest of all the schools ol
seems that during the past ship- bucket of water.Definition .
the
Is state on a business bavin. I will Bradford county and I earnestly so.
elehpant
o ping season a trucker sent some stampedeln' all over sincerely appreciate I your support.O. licit your vote and support.

: A successful crop of wild oats usually results from liquid beans to New York on consign- of mother-in-law- your back yard. M. INMAN. Iiosp.etfullytJ.- H. BENNETT

ment, and when it was all over begot Something that hears all your wife I' take this method of announcingmy I respectfully: announce that t nm
rye or corn. back a bill for 65 cents. The misses concerning yourself.If So if you're really in earnest candidacy i fur the office I "of ReprciRenatlve. candidate. for member of the school
I I favor reduction of salaries .
1 about this business and board district No. 1 (comprising voting
-0 beans lacked that much of paying economy and taxes and rigid economy precincts one and two), subjectto '
want to Insure a reduction In taxes, along nil lines of our state work the action of the Democratic primary .
words out. he doesn't :
Most announcements could be boiled down to four : Whereupon replied to the ,moonshine contain
you won't' fret so much about Tal- Should 1 be honored with the nomination election to b.. held June 7th
btller: "I have received your bill shellac,. what makes a man stickto and afterward election I If .looted I promise the citizen of
I the
want job.Georgia for 65 cents. I want to teU you the idea: that he's worth two laasee but you'll do a little whlp- promise to the beet of my ability the district and county the bet.
Y crackin' around home. Before I honest and faithful service.T. .service of which I am capable. Your
; -0 that If I live I will work hard and million, with two pennies In his you B. PINHOLSTER.81'PRItlNTITVDKVT support will b. ppreoiate4..

l s: newspaper says a worm-drive car is' one with aback make the money to pay you. justas pockets, 'after... drinking a pint of go passin'around out scepters to a lot of' : OF" SChOOLS RAT A. NEWSOM.

I worked to raIse the beans It? guys your neighborhoodyou'd
you Through the solicitation of many I hereby announce myself a can
sp seat driver. handled for me. If I die and go to better find out who they expect of my friends and my desire. to again dldate for re-eluctlon as member of

: ... _ world to hit over the head with the be your school auperlntandnnt I de- the school board, district 1. 1 am
o- heaven/ I'll send the If Half the talks the other .
you money Hire to announce myself a. a candidate Interested solely In the advancement, '
I Gas companies have begun to use the half cent in raising I die and go to hell, I'll hand.lt to half are men. blamed things. And make sure for thin position subject to the of our county school and If my work
the June primary. If nominated and beard the '
you.-Palm Beach TImes.ltemo'lng boys you send to. the legislature a. a member of the pant
p the price of gasoline. understand elected l promise: a faithful performance two year meets. with your approval
what to do ,
whenit
o Simile: As scarce as feet with the duties of this office. your support In the June primary
comes time to pass the necessary Your votes are solicited and will will be appreciated pledging tin
o His
Hat them from
corns on the
traveling be highly appreciated. Tour reHnac- sums oonsclantlnu. attention to the

Economy is wanted by everyone unless he is one of the Without consulting any of the straight and narrow path. legislation In costs to of bring county about government reduction -- fully H. B. WIQOINS. duties of the JAMES office,T. MOORE.

individuals to be affected. authorltleo on etiquette. we will I hereby announce myself a candidate -
& The sooner we get togetherand for re-electlnn to the office of .
answer the question someone has Don't know of anything worse MF1MIII-JIl SCHOOL BOARD-l)l I
._ take the FEE SYSTEM for a Superintendent of Public Instructionof I hereby announce my candidacy
o than blind
asked "When Is the proper time being unless It's having RIDE Bradford County. Your vote and for re-election a. member of th<

Tarpon Springs Leader informs its readers "Driver of for a man to lift or remove his cinders In your eyes standing be- the better off we'll be, and support will be .ppreclat..d.U..p.clfully. school board from .llntrlct, 2, and "
.% hat T"At tween two lack ant hills. the suggestion that we do away A. 1. elected will continue to !give the du-
j auto in fatal crash not yet well." / with costly: school boards and let tie. of the office my very best at
the following times and on To the voters of ORIFFIS// tention. Your support solicited .and
4 :. the trustes try earn In' their money, I hereby announce my will b. appreciated. If P M.AV.
-- --- the following occasions built for
respect. are We will be too old to care. Is worth thinkln' superintendent of -
Ively: First about. struction. I feel that X am qualified I hereby annnunc. aa a candidate"
E
*: The way railroads are reducing their rates will permit Appearance -. Saturday fen said. office and promise to faithfully for member of the school board DID

; to see Florida this The hat should be removed or December ,5th, 1931. One of the Orlando discharge the duties of sameto trlct 2. comprt.lnlrIouth\: itinrk'
many summer. lifted as the circumstances Indicate On Display-Dr. Lelghton's Hos papers pull- the best of my ability, Tour vote Th.renHa and Sampson, City. I will
ed off a straw vote the other will be appreciatedRespectfully.. It
day appreciate your vote and support
o- : when the brow !
mopping pital. L. H. FUTCH
to try and find out "who the primary June Tth
If the Democrats give the workers a job, the Repub- when taking a bath; when eating; Weight.-:Seven pounds fourteen which" in the governor's was and W. C. MANNINO. _
race,
: licans can keep their two-car garages. when going to bed: when taking up ounces. Mr. Howey got so many votes itwasn't I heieby roll TAX announce coi.irccTo my candidacy MISMIIFH SCHOOL 1I0-UtD-DI"t. I.
a collection; when having the hair Wheelbase--20 1.4 Inches. ''In succeed myself as Tax Collectorof I hereby announce myself a ndldate
0.- trimmed when even funny. Of course the Bradford county, subject to the for member of the schoOl
; being shampooed
( ; Lighting-BrIght, blue lamps,
Democrats board District No S, comprIsingIfSmtnfl
say It was just a lot of Democratic primary to be held
on
t Since the rumble seat was invented girls no longer die and when standing on, the head.- automatic ,dimmers. June npn hAm. lbnnk..r and 4.w
"hooey" Tth. 1931 I have tried to -
anYhow. hut
'If von nub ;; ;; ; ; In.tll
River: subject. to election '|
Lisbon Me. -- -- -- ---- render
( ) Enterprise.DMrflonf Horn you faithful, honest and efficient -
'j ? with broken hearts but with"broken necks. --High frequency vibrator me, It was aT lot of HOWEY. Probably service during my first term of June primary. I promise to dtonna
---- type--loudest when fuel tank Is the voters didn't know office aa your Tax Collector. I earnestly for a fair deal equal. rights to all

o Principle empty. .(Ask the man who owns that solicit: your support, nnd if and partiality to none.Respectfully .
Howey was a Republican but withso elected again I shall continue, yours
to render -
If teachers are not getting their salaries promptly blame one.) :I. H. KELLY
Occasionally some well'meanIng many guys runnln' how can a you the same service as I haveIn

_ the county taxpayers not the school officials. reader drops In to take the responsible Tires--Yes, but never at night. fellow be sure of anything. You the past CARL A. KNIC1IIT. I hereby announce- myself a ran j

editor of this rag of freedomto Wheels-O. K. when pushed.FueVrGravity know If all the Democratic can- I respectfully announce myself a dldate for re-election to the No."Tlrr I!
0- .of School Board for District j
task for filling the paper with feed. four ounce didates keep throwln candidate for the office of Tax Col. I subject to the action of the Demo f f'cratlo
monkey lector subject to the action of the
i' One writer wonders why people lie about their ages. For Items about Joe-Dokes.giving-his tank. .c' ._...: __" wrenches.-& each other long Democratic voters at the primary of fro r"e June 7. 1935.fair and I', ]

: the same reason they lie about their ancestors.o barn a new coat of red paint, or Englne-VTwo cylinder-WOW. enough, we may wake up and find way June qualified 7th. I feel to that give I the....dutlsar In every of I Impartial elected administration the same of the duo.|

the bridge parties that Mn. Oscar Body-Well. Insulated no we got "HOWEY" in the Hllla of the office efficient and competent ties of the office that I have tendered alld, r
o .
Smilch squeaks but plenty of and nervine. Pledging a full and faithful I In the past. Your vote
gives with the squawks
completelist LEON will bhl..llly ,
school as well as In the HILLS OF discharge of the duties of the support Is solicited, and
girl complexion is a fine thing to have but it rattles.
of her guests. You shouldn't"say LAKE.at office to the beat of my ability I appreciated

; : looks out of place on the shoulder' of a man's coat.0 such critics, do tbat," The Color Customary:: pink. solicit and will appreciate' you sup A. B. SURRENCY.

---0 New York Time., they assure us, Special equipment Powder Starke, made some of hIs expenses port In Respectfully the coming primary CARL, JOHNS; COUNTY. l'OMItIIItIIIOillEIt-Dlol.!!
I doesn't. "It's small town stuff" puff, gross safety pins, washable I take this method of announcing

neighbor is one who returns your axe after a winter'snile i they said. And so it is. But as seat covers. gene MAtthews-present teaching. Then he and Eu- FOR CLERK OF CIHCt'IT COLUT county my candidacy commissioner for for re-eleftlon district is'"|

__ :;f and wants to exchange it for your lawn mower. Speaker Garner or Reconstruction- Price-F. O. B. hospitalwellwhy the state railroad commission head and of didate I hereby for the announce office of myself Clerk a of can-the and 1. I If solicit re-elected your will vote strive and to upporijj B'' T

1st Dawes would< say what the bell. bring that up?--Brooksvllie at that time Circuit Court of Bradford, County the district and county the best .er
; running a
county subject to the will of the voters at "
.o- Sun. vice of which "apable
'I This Is a small town newspaper, weekly at Starke. the coming primary June Tth. I am .
-got togetherand am .1. II. ROSIEfl..i
Hubby finds it convenient to contract a bad case of spring and far from being ashamed of it, -0- fully conscious of the duties of this .
planned a successful --
fever about the time spring house cleaning is in: order. we're proud of It. If there'i an un- Curlews Are Positively No Good for Dr. Gunter aa superintendent campaign ably Important fitted office to perform and feel them that In I am an COI :NTT C'O"I"'IONF.Rn.I.!! ,; .

recorded coat of barn paint, it's For Bating: Purposes of schools. efficient manner. Never having asked At the solicitation' k.of friend
o Then the youth went h race I
for office In have consented to J
i an ; the court house before
_____ If not because It's too trivial and undignified (West :Palm Beach Post.) to the University of Georgia, stud. I promise If elected to give County Commissioner for Dl. "'l.

some voters vote like they talk now, there'll be an X to mention but because By the way, tJ.csa curlews spoken led medicine, and through the lib .1 faithful honest and efficient service No. of Bradford County., the If cleric'I dllll'1

mark in front of every candidate's name on the ballot. somehow the enterprising report- of In this column some evenings eral signing o( notes along with ed.Tour support la respectfully A. J, THOMAS.To solicit' Incumbent promise upon to discharge me to the ".." '

era haven't found out about It.- my ability. Tour support Is soltrite'and J
-0-- I ago are not worth a tarnation substantial men of Starke, graduated
Ottawa the Voters of Bradford County. will. appreciated
Foreign countries (Kan.) Herald. when It comes to eating them. If and moved down this way Florida: L, I* CONNER.

owing money picture Uncle Sam as a --- you see them flying over and Itch along in 1913. HI. son I am a candidate. for re-election ..endld"te
Shylock. People of this' country look him the Anta Four Years, Ago to recently to the office. of Cleric ot Circuit I hereby announc.myaelf a "";!]
upon as original bring out the old shotgun and graduated with full flying honors Court Bradford County Florida, and for re-election as county ? !

sucker. Head Strange Now bang away..at them,. don't do It. in the V: S. A. air corps and is earnestly solicit your support and missioner from district No giving 8, i th reelected

The flies of newspaper. a few They're *v total loss In the pot. now staUoned at Langley field. 1 vote promise at. the to June render Primary faithful election., honest district and I will county continue the b.-..t ""Glfl. :

; o years back make amusing, Instructive That. at least. Is the word of Dr. And this younger generation. If and careful. service Respectfully, I of which I am capable.. J. O. : 1

; Holding up filling station to get funds for his honey- and withal sad reading. Just T. D. Gunter, the man who looks It think. it knows something about O. W. ALDERMAN COUNTY COMMHSIONF.M!! -nl... SJ

; moon resulted in the bridegroom being handed another life to show you what folks will say after the health of the county. The"Doe" what hard times means Is out of F-onTcotrvTT jcnon I hereby announce myself county a 5JL]1mlssloner.
when To the Demooratlo dldate for re-election/ a.
they don't know voters of Bradford
F sentence' -at Raiford. better here ought to know, for he'. a I Its head. County. Florida District S. If the voter,
Is an advertisement, signed by a Florida cracker born and reared.Dr. I -0-- I hereby announce my candidacy of my district: re-elect one, I lInd wil
_ 1; o group of Big Business Leaders I to succeed myself aa county judge continue to give the people of
Gunter first saw the Florida Vlhal I* The Ballot of Bradford county subject to the ford county a faithful and eriCie'performance ".

; Candidate in neighboring county says: "I have no 'click'lIupporting which Times appeared In the New York landscape, up In Bradford county. What \U the ballot It is "the Demooratlo primary to be held Tuesday Flee, working of always the duties for. of th.b'of or!
on October 30, 1923. June 7. 1931 This announcement .
me." The sound of a metallic click would 'make The Republican Isn't midway between Starke and Lake symbol of citizenship given, to le made witha teellnw thai Interest of. the entire> count I
party a Butler. those capable of self-government. during the years In which I have J. I.. trNDERHlI' :
most men outrun even a candidate. poor man's party; Republican And If the served you as county Judge, 1 have "i
young folks or the R
It is the right protective of till rendered faithful honest and efficient I hereby announce myself ,
has -"""
prosperity erased that
_0r r degrading old folks, or anybody. in fact, other rights without which no right service to all, and at all timesIn dldate for election a. county So '
phrase from our political such manner as to Justify ... missioner from District "*
vo m.
: Sebring American points out that the state collected cabulary. Republican thinks times are tough now they'recrazy already obtained can be safely I It In submitting' my candidacy Starke. Bradford county. I .lM'tP codnt|;
o.
efficiency .. a loon. They don't know guarded. you for your consideration I I will !give the district and
nearly eight hundred thousand dollars the first has filled the the best. service of which I .m raP
year of legally working man's din- how coffee tastes when Its made It U the safe earnestly solicit your support and pubmitted.COUNTY .

_ I operated race tracks and Florida hasn't gone to the devil. sides ner pall made-and his gasoline tank be-;, from parched corn and that's the which the voice of channel the oppressed through or your If again county honored judge by, I being shall elected continue as able. Respectfully MALLORY THOY"- -

telephones, radios and kind of coffee "Doc'" was raised i to render faithful, honest and efficient '
0--- up an exploited class become ar. COMIIIIIIO'lEDI.!! !
; sanitary may service. Respectfully, ;,1.
_- plumbing household ,
equip *
on, mostly. He went out when he ticulate.It OEO A. OAUDINER I hereby announce myself JJJV-J
,Since insurance companies have announced that between ment and placed a whole nation In got big enough and worked for two U the dldate' for re-election. district' Rdcommissioner "H"*. ,]
great educator which
; four and five o'clock Tuesday mornings is the safest time of the silk stocking class. Republican year. at. $10 a month to help discharge stimulates citizens to reflect on consideration At the request there"of friends, } hereby, and due announce Hampton. Theressa from and Graham tO gin i"

a week to drive will prosperity has reduced hours and one of those Infernal farm to the voters of Bradford If rh-.Lei'tsd will tontifluC Ioapsble ."
people not likely.make it more hazardous Increased earning public problems public welfare and County my candidacy for the office the county the ben s.rviCC
capacity, silenced mortgages on the homestead and 01. J .olldt your sopS0';,
by all picking that time. public characters of County Judge to be voted on In Jim" 7tl'
discontent, put the proverbial tried toat.curlews, but they Ira- I It la the best Instrument the June Primary. Being a graduate and vote at the primary flIYo5

________________o________________ "chicken In every pot" and a ply won't ,cook. Moreover they devised to ever of University Law School; and O. W. _
measure
11 In the
accurately public some yeaie practice I of lawI .
: A successful man in private life has the making of an'etYicient car in every backyard to boot." taste of mud and frogs and slugs I opinion In the shortest possible feel fully qualified to serve you as COVoJTY: COMMI'SIOIEH. W"' .r....
,4 Wages dividends and prosperitysay on which they feed. But County Judge. If you see fit to I hereby announce mysii" a (
they time.It. rue
;ii- public official, capable of looking after the taxpayers'interebLs VOTE FOR 1100 yEn. once elect me I promise that you shall aldate for county commissioner '
were inhabitants here by the mil Is the necessity of the have honest faithful efficient and trlci S. comprising, Brooker .ndr Jh
: An individual who has not made a success of his We'll bet tho. Big Business Men lions.. Florida was full of them. not the privilege of the few many the unbiased service. I earnestly solicit River It elected I promise ? ,|,,
would pay to keep out of ; your support and vote In the ful performance of the duties "to,,
own business will likewise fail in public affairs. what print And there were.millions of the big necessity of the wage earner a* of primary, June 7th. 1911.R..p..trulh'. office I solicit and will ap,'n _?
they really think now.-Mar- turtle doves, too. When a lad he the bomefceeper. the support and veto of all!1 Jqncrat.
-0 lanna Floridian. K. K. PlgRRTMAN. at the
PN'r&W..
I : related he would aim the old muz It la the peaceable weapon of 7th. -
j j The postoffice department in desiring to raise first class o zle-loading shotgun down FOR TAX AIIIKSSOIl ..
a corn civilization where ballots take the 'r.
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Specifications Deluxe I hereby announce myself a candi I hereby ann-;;;; m.lf a
of ; diO
postage to three cnts does BO with the knowledge that the : A row and pull back on the trigger; place of bullets, and can be used date for the office of Tax Asaeasor dldate for county eoramlsatonej.M..
Model Deluxe then take a sack and of Bradford county subject to the trlct i.comprising Brooks ,J
little fellow gunny pick the weak and
equally by the
4 as usual will pay while the large mail order houses Specifications Hobart Eugene strong. will of the voter at the Doming River. If re-elected 1 prom'' VJ
will continue up meat for the table. enough to It Is the ultimate source) of democratic primary election. to be continue giving" my district :.
: J Robera.
flooding the country with catalogs and parcel (Otherwise known as Bo- last a day or so. power In 'a democracy: and the held June 7th' In asking for this county faithful and efflclSKj.. :
bey jr.) office will say that I aID thoroughly formaneo of the duties ol > 0.
post matter very piece carried at loss. He had an Idea be wanted to : ,.. *
: a foundation on which rests our government familiar with the duties thereof and and -will alwaye week for iIntereste
Mak.-Boy. When better babies study medicine. He went to school -Author Unknown promise U elected t o discharge the of the county.'
utlea of said office In aa efficient K. T. 'OIM'E:4

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