Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 1, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I SHOLTZ CARRIES STATE ,FOR Road Projects 4-H Club CampAt Federal Tax OnAdmissions I Slioltz Lee Sears. 1 .1\, I j

GOVERNOR IN TUESDAY'S. RACE I Are Advertised InterlachenFifty Has I ; ,

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Ki-palr on Road IS In Al.ichimI i iI
)',9II" ('onrcilcM Third Plfttrict Ititreii I County and Koiid 28 Few Exceptions '
(1IIIIwl"lImoll; Congratulates Included .
; Lee as Nominee for r 4-It Club boys from Union I TuesdayIn

Comptroller I Chairman H. H. Wells of the Bradford and St. Johns counties I :

state highway commission Monday are holding the annual encampment i The tax no admissions under the I'

'l'. virtually complete returns I announced that bids would be re i at Interlachen this week new revenue act Is of such wide. :'I
rin. ituys second Democratic primary celved'until July 12 on a total of County Agents L. T. Dyer and nprwul Interest that the bureau of Comity Hlw.'" tl.lH.r..1I: | ami :

showed candidates nominal 12 construction and materials Lomls Bitten with State Club lead Internal icvrnue ismuvl the followIng I UulintrlKhtpimr.ut \'it-trs ,

e, in ,ther races, Florida Wed- !i jects. pro- ers W' T Nettles ami Hilly M*tthewa statement on the subject: I \\llh TuH\c \(111'1 Lt'IIe1 ,,

nc clay night centered its interest 'i Contracts for the building of are In charge of the camp. Tho law which hits'" been In effect f"" -
,ID mi First Congressional District; I more than CO miles of road and Billy Mattehewa in lu charge of since June 28./ 192S:! taxes ndmlaHloim J. If Lee, can.ll.tnte for comp f

where) the vote was so close that the materials wilt be awarded ata the athletics, including volley ball, only If the amount paul' for troller led the ticket Tuesdiiy In I,

the >ne unreported precinct might special meeting of the road department indoor baaebull, boxing, swimming ailmlHHlon,\ la In excess'" of $3 while Bradford county, polling tho largo '
the outcome. and ilivlng The tournament between under the est number of votes cast for I' '
change to be held as follows new law all amounts any ,
(10 that district with 373 precincts I Project 1094 the squads will be run off paid. for mlml.sHlon 8 re subject to one candidate, 1083. W. 1J Douglass ,I I-

unofficially reported J. Har< the University, within of the Florida groundsof at .'4I Friday this week. I .to.v.... ..t.. .'h...u .n....". _"... <.._, ....u.n__ ___L _lue. candidate for railroail. eommlsHloner .. I

din Peterson of Lakeland, was Gainesville; construction of 1 1-2 4i i' The county and dale lenders sny or fraction thereof, If the admission I| was the next high man '.

leading Rep. Herbert J. Drane by I miles of road.Project that the SO boys make up just the I charge!! thereof, If the admls- With 1010 votes, anti Dave Sholtz I-

64 votes. The totals were Drane I. 1095: within the grounds right number for a very HUCCCHH- nlon charge is 4lc or more. This Democratic nominee' tar governor t .
wall third
37,209, Peterson 37273. The one of the Florida State College for COM1TKOLLKK .J. 'l. LEE(; ful camp and that thin one Is one tax must be collected from persons with 1019 votes. '

unreported precinct is in Polk women at Tallahassee; construction of the best they'ever held. who pay the admission charges/ Fur county offices, the vote .

county of nearly a mile of highway. This Is an event that the 4-H anti Is a tax on admissions not', dropped' more than one hundred. .
Ernest Amos incumbent state Project 623. Road 35 in Madison flow Florida Will Club boys look forward to each I only to theatrea.but to any place. I Epperson two high and county candidates .\,

comptroller late yesterday con- county; construction of approximately year and If they attend one year I Another Important change Is taxlag 68.( votes each Walnwrlght. polling l ::
ceded his defeat by J. M. Lee of 12,88 miles of road. they: are almost sure to be there' free or reduced! rate admlanlons -: making 133 votersof "

Avon Park, and shortly afterwards Project 700-B. Road 28 In Put. the next time. I I ", (except bona fide employees, I the county not voting for coun- l i

Mayor John T. Alsop, Jr., of Jacksonville nam county: construction of nearly Figure At GreatDemocratic The following boys are In at- municipal officers on official business choice ty candidates of state after marking their
anti l candidates. The
congratulated his opponent GOVERNOR DA\K! MIIOL.T4Mil. 15 miles of road. Undanre from Bradford county: children under 12 years of sheriff '
VV. J. Sears, upon winning the Project 800C. Road 25: in Hen- A J. Davis, Clarence Parker H. age) on the basis of the established marked and assessor's/ race was

nomination to the newly created J. M. 'J'nU8PIONEJU: I,dry county; construction of approximately Meet n, Starling Nelson Moore, Charles price. In other words, and subject the by two high men polling; :'

post of congressman from the stateat J'. SSEIi AWAY \\EDNESK-AY: 11 miles of road. Priest Henry and Woodrow Hln- to the above exceptions persons and exactly their same number of vote, 4i

large. Project 806-D. Road 25: in Hen- son, Percy Sullivan, Gordon Weent, admitted free or at reduced Hill opponents, Andreu and
With 1244 of the state's 127 Jacob M.: Truby 85, died Wed. dry county; construction-: approximately Coleman Tucker, Clyde Rhame, rates must pay a tax equivalent' to 872 votes receiving each. tho same number. I ..\ A
precincts reported, Amos' vote was nesday morning at 2.80: a. m. at his 12.69 miles of road. Number of delegates-; eight Herbert Park ham, Wilson May the tax on the established price of '
109,446 to 144,046 for Lee. Reports residence on N. Cherry street. He Project 918B. Gadsden county; from the state at large four men Wllber Green, Markalee Brannen admission paid by othe persons. In the !governor's! race Bholta ,

from 1243 precincts_gave Al- was In his usual health until Saturday construction of a bridge. and four women, two from the and' Phillip and Mallie Crosby. Newspaper reporters, photographers tin received 1 1018 Votes to 663 for Mar ,
sop 104.C29 and Sears, former con. morning about 11 o'clock Project 877-B. Hardee county; 'congressional district at large and' and radio amiiiuncera' admitted Sholtz leading i In every precinct 3

gressman from the Fourth District when he sustained a stroke from two from each of the four congressional free are not cxlmpt from with the exception of :'
construction of a bridge. The girls annual 4-H Hamp.'J
club ton
camp where tho
the tax vote 1
districts. Imposed on free jidmlsslonaunlemi was
112.890. which he rallied.
never I
Project 812. Road 85 In Okee-. of Bradford and Union county will Martin 69 for Sholtz.l'or .
Is \\1nnerThe Number of convention votes: 14 they are also bolL tide f.: '
UoujtluMIt Mr. Truby was' born In Hamilton chobee of 264 ; be employees
county; purchase ,- held at Interlachen Scout .
each delegate at large will have camp ) of the management of the comptroller, Lee received ;;,"
mounting returns meanwhile Pa. He moved to Starke from 000 gallons of asphalt. July 59. / 1083 _
I votea, while Amti.. '
assured W. B. Douglass of Lake Emlenton, Pa., In 1883, and was Project 85.: Road 3 In Seminole one half vote and each congressional The girls will leave Bradford I : place. 603 Lee wall given ''If, _
City the nomination for railroad one of the pioneer citizens of this delegate one full vote. Under the new law the tickets of won every precinct wtth'J .
county; purchase of metal piping. county court house _
Tuesday morning in the
county by wide I
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commissioner over R. Hudson Burrof section. He devoted How They VoteIndividually, : admission must show the established margin. fIn
was a member Project 817. Road 13 In Alachua. at 11 o'clock. The camp will, / the _
chairman reporting the vote: price of admission the congressional race between '.
Tallahassee. The totals from of the Presbyterian church tax
county; purchase of 56,523 gallons open at 12 o'clock. Sixty girls Sear and _
1227 Burr 97,58! for Unanimous for Roosevelt--Fol- : thereon, and the name of the theatre AUop. Sears waa _
precincts were i being many years superintendent of oil asphalt and 2,000 cubic yards from the various communities of .
and Douglass 101,455.Congressman : of the Sunday School. He of cover material.FLORIDA Inwlng the June 7 state'' primaryIn the two counties will attend the t or place to whtah' they are valId -'I I given carrying a majority five of of the 80/ votes, and T
which Roosevelt won over. for admission. Tickets of ad- eight pre- '
Tom A. Yon of Is survived by blrf daughter Mrs. S camp.
the Third District likewise concede J. W Killlao. of Black Mountain, whelming approval In the Demo- Miss Frances Landrun of Jacksonville mission sold prior to June 21, 1932, Cncts.! .4 _
GROUPTO cratic preference vote the dele ; are not taxable under the 1932 Epperson defeated Andreu by 12 l _
ed the nomination to Millard Cald- N. C., and son, Mr. J. J. Truby of Miss Melrose Jordan of ;
gates met at 'Jacksonville and but the entire amount Votea In the race for sheriff, and ( _
well, Milton attorney, as all but 19 Starke; also a niece, Miss Mable SEEK REPEAL Wrlghtsvllle, Ga, and Mr. Howard paid for admission the.
of the district's 283 precincts gave Weller of Starke. 'I unanimously agreed to support: the Moore, Freddie Dodd anil Mr. : prior to June 21, 1932, the same number of votes defeated 3 _
Caldwell/ 23,583: and Yon 18460. The funeral was held Thurs- New York governor, Smith will assist Miss Jordan, | effective date of the controlling III1I In the race for tax aaaeasor' W: -

Dave Sholtz of Daytona Beach, day at three-thirty from the Will Insist. on Adoption .f PlankIn I State Del..glli.Q<. HeadquartersIn county home demonstration agent section of the new law, would be against Wainwright _

weeping 43 of the state's 67 counties -' Presbyterian church, with Dr. Gt Democratic Platform Chicago: The Palmer-House. In the camp activities. The morn-I taxable under the 1928 act If In ex- There are a number of absentee _
National committeeman JohnT. cells of $3. votes to qpme; In, and these will ,
made a virtual landslide obis H. Lowry assisted by Rev. G. P. ; Ing part of the day will be devotedto he ,
race for the gubernatorial Raymond. conducting the service, Florida's delegation to the Democratic G. Crawford of Jacksonville. class work, and tho afternoon It i la provided that the exemptlon counted when the canvassing __ _
natfonal convention will insist National committeewoman board makes the offIcial( count to- __ _
nomination. With only 30 precincts and the interment was in the famly : and evening to recreation. .* affordud certain organization
unreported, he had 169,193! plot at Crosby cemetery.The that a prohibition repeal plankbe Lois K. Mayes of Pensacola. Miss Landren will have chargeof such as religious, educational or I will day make It Is not likely these votes ;' I

votes to 98,624 for former Governor active pallbearers were written Into the party's plat Delegation chairman: Fred B. the class work. Miss| Jordan charitable/ institutions. etc., Him any change In the present II ,! '

John W. Martin of Jacksonville : Messrs. T J. Griffin, W. L. Wall, form. Robert H. Anderson, Jack Cone of Lake City.Dpl&fratlon win direct the recreation and Mr. I' not be allowed In the cane of admissions : lineup number of winners, unions a sufficient : I',' :,

.T. S. Williams, H. L. Brownlee, J. sonville, declared. --- ----- vice- --- chairman-----_.-.--:. VAl, -. Moore. Mr. Dodd and Mr. Smith to wrestling matches. I low men for sheriff goes and to the .two) .' I,;. ;
The surge of votes to Sholtz M. Brownlee and J. M. Mitchell. Anderson member of the state'sdelegation C. Clearly of Miami Beach. will give Instruction in nwlmroing prize fights, or boxing sparring to tax asHeaor __ _
overcome their
caused Martin to concede his defeat Honorary: Messrs. N. D. Wainwright of 18 was named on Delegation secretary: D. F. C. Miss Jordan Is expecting this I or other pURllllstlc matches or exhlbltlona cud of twelve voteaDaulona opponents ,I
when one-third of the precincts O. L. Beasley A. M. Darby the platform and resolutions committee Roberston of Jacksonville. camp to be the largest and must It la also provided that l! 1
were repotted. W. T. Weeks, John Uglow J.H. of the national conventionat ---- profitable camp since the work exemption shall not be allowed In '
John S. Taylor of Largo and Ritch, G. C. Livingston of Tampa a meeting of the delegation here STORE ao CLOSE wan organized.The the case of admlHHlona to any ath If each Stagen If. '

Mrs. Hortense K. Wells, of Tampa A. V. Long of Gainesville W. J. yesterday. It pledged Its supportto people who are interested I In'' U'tlc game or exhibition the pro Festival 'Next WeekThat '''i

won the nomination for membersof I Cpperson and H. H. Young. Governor Franklin D. Rooseveltof All dry goods stores of Starke thin work are Invited. to visit the coeds of which Inure wholly or -. -- --- \

the National Democratic Com New York for president. and dome of the grocery stores camp Thursday afternoon.INTEItMEIIATIi partly to the benefit of any college the ninth annual Volusln I I I','

mittee. Taylor defeated John B, SCI'lmJNTENDENT ORIFFIS "I will not support a resubmission will remain closed next Monday, I or university, Including any aeiuleroy Summer "Frolics to be held here Ii

Sutton of Tampa, 07,244 to 88,333, GIVES BARBECUEIn plank or any other plank on the Fourth. Part of the grocery BOt'HAND of the military or naval forcesof Saturday/ Sunday and Monday h,
on returns from 1120( prohibition which Is not clear," Anderson stores will be : the United States.
precincts. open "during the UIKI.H TO !MEET next, will prove the most brilliant ; 1!! ,
1lrs. Wells received 74,401 votesto appreciation of the spendid said. "I will Insist on an morning and will close for the balance __ I The tax imposed on sale of tickets of the series la Indicated by the ,. ;
70,405: for Mrs. J. Reid Ramsey vote given A. J. Griffla, for superintendent out and out repeal plank." of the day. M.I I All Intermediate boys and girls made by ticket brokers for program features of which will be ; tt :

of Tampa, on returns from 1102 I of public Instruction of The delegation, consisting: of four are requested to meet at the liap amounts In excess of the established presented free: ( j..) ,
precincts. Bradford county Mr. Griffla gave women and 14 men, will have 14 ventlon ''opening Chicago last list church at 4:30: ( o'clock Friday price la 10 per cent of the excess /Miitiirduy '" \' Ii

Meanwhile, as the ,1932 nomi a barbecue Thursday to his friends votes when It assembled at the con- Monday. afternoon: John Powell,*leader. charged and this tax. unlike the 10 a. m. Beginning of all day nail : r.,;
and at the courthouse tax admissions ; i
supporters -- on Is
I Dating primaries rolled into his. --'- proper to boat races. 4,

tory chieftains of the Democratic square. In the three-cornered contest TABULATION OF VOTES be paid by the person veiling the I 1 p. m. Opening of Flower Show -' \
Party rallied around the rfomlnees for superintendent of schools, tickets or cards of admlH lcJO. The In Casino Burgoyne. i .

pledging support In the November Griffis eliminated both opponents, provisions of the law Imposing this 7 p. m. Burlesque beauty revues ,4
general election when Republican securing 1025 of the 1810 votes CAST TUESDAY'SELECTION tax on ticket brokers became ef on the board walk. '

nominees will contest for severalof cast for the office. fectlve after 3 p. m. on June 6, 9 p. m. Southern light heavy '
the,offices. About 2500 people attended the 1932. weight championship '
boxing match I
Gov. barbecue, congratulations and handshaking The person collecting tax on ad- ,
Doyle E. Carlton, who In I. on Uurgoyne Inland.
being the order of the day. C 0 missions must file return and
1928 pay
defeated W. J. Howey, Republican .> Sunday
Hon. G. M. Inman elected .. '" the taxes collected
newly ao to the col.
for governor, wired from .!II'" c: .. 3:30 p. m. Concert by Yoarab I .
Chicago representative. give an address of ;0. : : S Ii! ... .. lector of Internal revenue of the Temple Oriental
where he is the Band of Atlanta.
attending: .'" -3 3 e S. .. '" .!II
welcome in behalf of Mr. Grffla district In which his
Democratic W principal placeof 6:30
National Convention g Z 8 3 : p. m. Inter-denominational I
that he would support all party and the Rev. C. A. Crosby gave : I P3 businesS Is located on or before religious service on the board }
nominees I thanks before the bountiful barbecue '1 p s Jt the last day of the month following walk. .
county state and nation. I 4
51. dinner was served.. .I4 N e t .. .L t- j the month In which It was' col 7:30: p. m. Sacred concert.IVfnncliLV ,' 4
lected. The form (No. 729)) to be i t
Howey again will run for governor LUMP sIloWN'lNO.iM used by persona making returns of -. I'
and in a statement last CONSUMPTION For Congress: admission taxes will be distributedto 10 a. m. Concert ami drill by If' _

night he characterized<< Sholtz ,as IN PAST MONTI J. T. Alsop __u______ 96 218 '162:24: 59 16 7 1)2 63.1W. the various collectors of Inter Walk.Yaarab Temple Bund on Board 1''

nominee.the "politician-lawyer" type of Consumption of gasoline In FlorIda J. Sears' .._____111 190 1'96 8 58 23 46 91 723 nal revenue and may be obtained 12 noon. Civic-Press luncheon in _
Establishment of two. from them at an early date. :Ii _
during than Ocean Pier Casino.
party government, he said, was the May slumped more For Governor:

tate's hope for progress. two million gallons as compared John "Mutin __ __131 197 160 18 71 18 11 59 665 2 p. m. Fourth of July orations _
Other with April figures. UNION COUNTY! by Governor Carlton David Sholtz. _
In addition Republican to Howey Nominee the *RePublican The monthly report of gasolinetax Dave Sholtz! ______158 315 259 29 69 27 49 113 1019 J.ItUJ.UY'OT'; John T. Alaop, Jr., W J. Sears and j ; _

collections made public by other notables.
party has nominated
Glenn B. Skipper of Miami for Comptroller Ernest Amos Saturday For Comptroller: For Congressman at large: 5 p. m. Fashion and bathing;

gressrnan at con- showed that 1147438.30 was Ernest Amos _-t_ 78 222 164 14 32 12 3 78 603J. Asop 390. beauty revue on board walk. Entries _
large, A. F. Knotts _
of Yankeetowu for comptroller and paid In by oil companies on 16,391 1\[. Lee ________189 278 245 78 110 32 56 95 1083 Sear, 347. ., number one hundred fifty. '' _
*-R. 973 gallons of gasoline consumed For Governor: 7 p. m. Children's and Indian
Thompson of'St. _
Petft'lllbuTg.for '
For R. R. Commr.
congressman from the First This compares with $1.305.306.- Martin 533. Pageants and fire works display
District. 94 collected In May on 18,647,241 Hudson Burr _____103 110 80 6 36 13 3 18 369 Sholtt.628. on Burgoyne Island and Halifax I

With the exception of Represen. gallons of gasoline consumed In W. B. Douglass __109 303 278 to 35 81 26 54 154 1040 For Comptroller: River. _
tative April. Amos 548. Dances will be held each night
District R A. Green of the Second For Committeeman : Lee, 525. at the Ocean Pier Casino and at L
the Democratic slate for yeara. Amos upheld his own record For R. R. Com. other L1i
congress favors a referendum on and attacked that of Lee aa a John B. Sutton 75 123 111 20 32 16 16 40 433 Burr 149.Douglass resorts.

Prohibition. Green, a dry was unopposed state legislator. John S. Taylor ------i06 221 198. 17 66 19 36 95 758 844. 1I F
for re-nomination. Mark Sholtz advocated changes in the For National Committeeman: EVADE PAYMENT OK -
WIlcox of West Palm Beach ad. state tax laws abolishment and For CommItteewoman : Sutton 296. HTAMPS ON CHECKS

vocate' of prohibition repeal, deleated consolidation of bureaus, development Mrs. .:r. R. Ram' ey ___ 47 10.1 92 14 24 13 4 27 325 Taylor, 467.NaUonal A
Mrs. Ruth of the atate'a tourist attractions very minor portion of the new '
cumbent Fourth Bryan Owen in- -. 1\Irs. U. Y eI1; h__ 55 146 128., 8. 38 15 17 39 446 Committeewoman: tamp taxes---that expected from _
District Congress- and free school books. Martin Ramney. 242. 4i
woman' In the first stood his record counter checks-will be lost to ,
primary. on as governor For Sherlll: Wells, 220.
The state Republican party is from 1923 to 1929. to For the government If alt banking In- ,j
Oscar Andreu ___147 242 218 24 90 21 42 Representative:
pledging to enforcement of the Peterson and Caldwell attacked 88 872 Register, 637. titutlona In the country follow, _

Prohibition law, having: included their opponents' congressional %v. J. Epperson .__167 292 210 26 51 25 18 95 88.1 Roberts, 567. the lead of a Kokorno, Ind., bank. j,
SlJb: a plank In the records. This Institution, it ia reported
platform For County Judge: _
1tJ* recent Orlando convention. Alaop and Sean campaigned on For Assessor: _." 'r Roberts, 579.Walnwrlght. hall tabued "receipts" to be used _

Lee rode into the comptrollership their own records, and indulged in I.h; H. Hill __ _- _____.271 '222 149 .28 62 14 36. f 90( 872 627 la lieu of counter checks. '

the' on a platform of reforms in no attack upon each other. .c N. D. Wainwright __ 44 314 275 22 80 32 24 ,93 884 For Sheriff: The legal divisions of the treasury ". ______
held that "If
tate banking lawa. fie charged Burr and Douglass kept peraon- Brannen, 683. this paper la in J'j _
Amos with partial responsibility tItles out of the race for railroad For School Board: Denmark S30. the form of a mere receipt it la not

In trough office what for he called inefficiency commissioner. Burr Is a former G. II. Bennett __ 62 297 __ __ __ __ n __ 359J. I For Tax Assessor; taxable." 4 _
the collapse of num.oua .- member of the board. Douglass la Hurst, 347. _
bank In the state in recent sheriff of Columbia county. T. Moore\ ____-247 231 -_ __ __ __ __ 478x Knight, 654. Mt. Dora Moateller Broa., added -
new equipment in garage and ;

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Plant City. brothers, Lucian and Marklee and'' ran Brantley. \I to business in Jacksonville one day hope that he will soon i i.,. .

Miss Mildred Brown of Snmpsoi RuH el Norman attended churcha I Rev. and Mrs. Kirkland were visiting '. last week. I again soon.
Corinth Sunday. I SAXTON Mr. Fred Shaw spent several W. L. Price of Brook.
HAMPTON City wan visiting Misses Audrey] I Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Brantleyand ','
t? and Vesta McRae Sunday! Mr. M. F. Burton of Dukes war Mrs. J. S. Andrews Monday. Miss Juno Tyler Cor. days of last! week at Lacrosse with last Sunday here with

Ml.. Ado \In.n.!: ('or.v Mr. and Mrs. Dunkley of Jacksonville the dinner guest of Mr. F. M. Nor MUs:.. Luvenla Lloyd of Palatka, his cousins, David and Allen Mann.
Thomas.Mr. Mr. W. J. Eddie of
were visiting Mrs. Evelyn man. War
was the guest of Misses Virginia
H. L. Norman I H. D. Tyler'were visiting Alph Hazen'of Brooker was In our section
Crosby Sunday, and attended services Mr. and Mrs. were af Mrs. Monday
and Ruth
;; !{ ; Mrs J P. Sullivan and Mrs. OI Brantley Saturday In our section! last Saturday after- Mr.
here. transacting business in Jackson I ternoon.Mr. Mrs A. C. Sumner Saturday af A. J, Padgett wa.

1R Harrison, have recently beer If. M. McRae and M. L. Olive) vllle Friday last. i ternoon. noon. Ing to business inJacksonday \
shopping In Waldo. I made a business trip to New River Remember the Wateroak church and Mrs. Walter Lloyd of Mr. Harley Crawford of Jacksonville There was a dance given t.t tha last week
A aeries of meetings will beginat Palatka were the guests of Mr. Saxton home of Mr Frank Groover last ,
Thursday afternoon. has' changed their weekly prayer attended church at Mr. and :Mrs. J. W. Pall<
the Baptist church next Sunday? bach and Mrs. C. C. Brantley Saturday Saturday night. A large crowd attended Mr. Z.
night Williams
I Miss Thelma Underhill of Lake meeting from Thursday i Sunday night. was atb-n'
at ten o'clock. Everybody Invited I)ant! was visiting her aunt, Mrs to Wednesday night. The public Is'' afternoon. Rev. John Sellers of Jacksonville and all reported a nice time. business in Starke last MI,
'I Methodist .
of the ,
The pastor Sunday. Invited to attend. attended church at Saxton Mr. R. Mann Nannie Mr. and
H. ]M. McRae Miss Mrs. T. D. {j\ ,i\
i church will fill his regular appoint i'I Mr. and Mrs, D. M. McRae and Mr and Mrs Frank Norman Sunday night. I Groover, Mrs. Fret Shaw, Miss children and Mrs. Joe EHer'i' .
went here next Sunday evening.: of Lake City spent spent the week-end with Mr. and EVERGREEN Misses Ethel and Sibel Perry ol >
Gainesville at ,I little son, Jack Amy and Martha Groover and Miss children spent last Sunday ,
of ,
W. M. Blrt Saturday night here with Mr. and Mrs. W. T Crosby of Corinth. Jacksonville, attended church at Elvie Mann were visiting at the ham with Mr. and Mrs. 0 W I
tended church here last Sunday. Misses Delorea and Evelyn Mr. F. A. Ilimlrr, Cor. Saxton Sunday morning.Mr. .
Mrs. H. M. McRae. home of Mr. and Mr*. J. W. Lewis Mr. Wood Palmer
and daughter, I row .
Mrs. C. P. Sasser .s
Miss Marie Alvarez and Miss Ids Bloodsworth and brothers, Francis Russell and Cooper Bryanof Sunday afternoon.A i
and a while here .
friends Jng
( who have ben visiting Russell, and Madens spent the week-end in Vanderbilt attended church at frioni- 'J
Mae Norman and brother large crowd has been enjoy-
a relatives here returned to their J. Q. Rosier and Frank Crews relatives.
of Plan' Raiford with their grandmother Saxton Sunday.
Goode revival
and Miss Mildred ing a meeting at Deadon
f Gu, this week. were visitors to Jacksonville Sat-
home In ValdoHta, of Swanbom Miss Rhoda Thomas
and Miss Lizzie Harnnge of Mrs. Florence Bloodsworth Miss Dorothy were last week and part of this one. spon
i ,. Work started on the public schoo I of Mlm, Brooker urday.R. visiting Miss Gean Tyler Saturday. day with Miss Ruby Shaw
s building hero last) Monday and I II It' I Vanderbilt were guests D. Griffis of Pine Level spent Mr. R. 7,. Tomas; Miss Alice
Underhlll Sunday afternoon Mr. J V. Edwards: of Brooker Lloyd Bryan was visiting El .
won't be many days before It wll I Gladys here with B. E. and Silcox, Mr. L. Silcox, Miss Gladys
,I spent the past week-end with his Sunday RosIer bert Tyler Saturday.Mrs. Jacksonville -- Construct!
i, finishingtouch, and be Crawford of Starke passed throughour
receive i of brother, Mr. A. A. Edwards.GREENWOOD.- mother.Mr. A. C. Sumner was visiting der way on $1,500,000 i,, "
Lizzie Ilarnago section afternoon
Miss Sunday
;} ready for operation.Mrs. vanoer-I ------ and Mrs. Everett Futch Mrs. H. D. Tyler Monday after- courthouse and post oflflci :n
,, J P Sullivan and Mrs. I,. bllt spent the week-end Mrs. Bill Thomas and daughter,
the week-end with his
spent parents noon. Ing here.
p J. Priest attended the barbecue at Audrey McRae. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Futch Miss Annie Belle of Apopka pass-
: his 'Mrs. W. A. Tyler was VisitingMrs. ,
b Starlca! last Thursday. Rev. C. A. Crosby filled regular ed through here last Sunday en- ApalachicolaStreet pav.' :' m
( sf near Lawtey. H. D. Tuesday morning
Sat- Tyler .
Corinth end of
Miss Novella King has returned appointment at route to Brooker where they will pavement on Market "
.. PrlnKle, Cor. Mrs. R. S. Rosier Miss Willie Mae Johns of Double
I'.nimnlrn was visitingMrs.
after visit with and Sunday.
r a5 to her home here a urday spend a while. to ferry landing.
at Pine J. D. Peele Saturday after- Run was a visitor in our section
friends i in Gainesville.O. Remember preaching We for post office may be erecteo
are hear that little
..Is. afternoon. sorry
been next Saturday night noon. Sunday
i}. L. Harrison, who Level church Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pringle attended Joe Ellerbee happened to the mis- Largo-Mrs. Mollle! B. Md han "
South Florida Everybody welcometo Mr. and Mrs. J. Rosier and
business in and Q.
t transacting: the funeral of Mr. J. S. fortune of falling and breaking his opened beauty parlor ti es
I here last children and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
returned to his home attend.
Butch at Starke Tuesday.Mrs. collar bone last Saturday. We all home 1019 West Bay Drive
). Saturday. I Crews spent Sunday with Mr. and ZIFF
: C. A. Pringle and childrenwere
Mrs. J. S. .
: Sapp. - -
r HIGHLAND Peele visiting Tuesday Mr.night.and Mrs. J. D. B. E. Rosier Everett Futch )III.. I...'.. )Mae !..i.l.. f..r. I

:1 ', SANDY LANE I Cor. Mr. St. Clair Moseley was transacting Caullle Register and J. Q.,, Rosier 1

Mrx. KriinU lUoim, business In Gainesville Saturday attended the barbecue at Starke Services were held at Little S Spend Your Vacation at MIAMI

,t Itll.! Lpr.... t.rrrn Cor. Thursday.
Rock church Saturday and Sundayby The Millionaire's Play ground with prices that fit

Miss Lucile Starling of Clay Hill Miss Emmalyne Pringle spent Mr. and Mrs. .jEllery, Redding Pastor Anderson of Brooker. Everybody's Pocketbook!
Sunday at Evergreen with her were visiting his mother, Mrs. H. of Jacksonville
Miss Rhoda Thom -
; 1 Mrs. T N. Norman and Mrs. J. spent Tuesday night here Miss with Starling her cousins Misses Pauline and Juan- F, Redding Sunday. is spending some s time here The world's best golf'courses with green fees at 50c a j
ft A. were the guests of ulster Mrs. M. Carter.
h. Harnage after enroute to .Jacksonville ita Rosier. Miss Emmalyne Pringle was visIting with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. : day; Gulf Stream :Fishing at lowest prices ; Free Bathing

r. Mrs.noon. W. R. Kersey Friday where was she has secured a position.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rogers and her cousins Pauline and B. Thomas. Beaches ; Three Free Band Concerts Weelky

i L. Crews and children of Waycross, Ga. spent Juanita Rosier Sunday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. and llOTEL
Miss Mildred Sanders spent Saturday and Mrs. and Dyal RATES LOWEST EVER QUOTED
'si her
night with Mlaa: Pauline and children of Starke spent Sunday the week-end with brother Everett Futch spent several daughter. Marlon of Graham, spent
i sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Single rooms with private bath $1.50 and $2.00
Lorene Green. here with Mr. Crews' father, F. days last week with her par- Wednesday here with her parents.Mr. .

; Mr, and Mrs. Felix Sapp was M. Crews.M. Peele. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Davis Kite near Newton of Starke passed Double rooms with private bath: $2.00 and $2.50

; the guest of Mr and Mrs. J. S. Carter and W. Converse were Miss Evelyn Moseley spent Sun- Lawtey. through here last week. Prices for meals also in keeping with the times
day at Woodlawn with her cousin -
; Sapp Sunday. business visitors to Jacksonvilleone Miss Gladys Keene of DeLeon Mr. and Mrs. ,Mallory Thomas
Miss Aileen Rosier.Mrs. .
'f; '.a j Mr. Curtis William of Gainesville day last week. L. E. Moseley of the state Springs and MissDoris_ Kersey of and little children of Starke were HOTEL LEAMINGTON

f was the guest of Miss Mil Miss Beth Wimberly spent Tuesday farm was visiting Mrs C. A. Lawtey l spent the week-end with visiting in our section last Satur-

dred Sanders Sunday afternoon. and Wednesday of last weekIn Misses Pauline and Juanita Ros- day afternoon.Mr. .

'. ; j{ Mr, and Mra T. N. Norman I Starke with relatives.Mr. Pringle. C.Tuesday A. Pringle morning.Mr. was transacting er. and Mrs. H. E. Thomas and MIAMI\ -NE First Street and Third Avenue M

g spent Saturday with Mr. and Mra. and Mrs. George Wilkinson business In Jacksonville Fri- Mrs. J. E. Rosier and baby were sons of Jacksonville, spent last (Bring a copy of this newspaper with you and obtain special rates 10

k' !f. M. McRae. and children and C. Cannon were were visiting Mrs. Willie Reddish I Sunday here with their parents.Mr. on sight-seeing trips and tickets to Miami's best theatresBRADFORD ,
b Miss Gladys Keeno is spending a at Maxvllle Sunday. day.Mr.
W. M. Pringle Is spendinga Sunday afternoon. Z. Williams was attending .
returned -
few days with Minn Pauline and Llttlo Miss Dorothy Crews
n) c"-
i while with his son, Mr. C. A.
w ,: Juanita Rosier of Lawtey. to Starke Sunday after a ---- ------ -- -- .. ---
> Miss Lizzie Harnnge spent Sat two weeks' visit here with rela Prlnglo.
Mrs. Hester Sapp and Mra. A. B. ..
urday night and Sunday with Miss J .. -
: tives.Mrs. and children, Rosier, and children spent Sundayat -
i ? Audrey McRae.' I Frank Bloss I W.
Beach with Mrs.
.9 J. R. Kelly and Fred Halslop spent several days this week In Bootsey'a
M. Reddish.
.r'Id passed through this section Sunday Starke with relatives.
i h' afternoon. M. L. Crews was a business visitor I

I Alias Pauline Green spent Sunday i here Monday.Mrs. .

i.. afternoon with Miss Mildred Leila Norman returned to I II' Heilbronn Springs ..

t Sanders. Lawtey Sunday after spending a ,

i I o Miss Clyde Morgan of Graham, I' week here with relatives. MI.. ThelniA nausea. Cor. The

,, Mr. Rufus Cox, Curtis Williams ---.- -
+ and of Gainesville
t Floyd Rldgle ,
Mr. Carl Rhoden and Claude
were visiting Miss Mildred Sanders
LI. /i and Pauline Green Wednesday eve DOUBLE RUN Johns of Glen St. Mary spent last .
week here with friends and rela-
,ti g, Wing.R Ml.. flood Drawn. ('or. tives.
There was a large crowd from
Mrs. Llllle Johns and daughters
.. here who attended the dance at COUNTYi
Juanita and, Charllne spent last
.f; Starke Saturday night.The The Saxton Methodist church
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. M.
many friends of Reba Green has been sold to the church of I .

t 'are sorry to hear of her sudden God, headquarters at Cleveland Rhoden. .
I Sdwards Mra.
Mrs. Earl Guy .
Illness Sunday, although she is Tenn.
I slightly Improved. I I The Rev. R. F. Kirkland from Edwards and Mrs. Courtney of

I Jacksonville\ church )is conductinga Starke were visiting Mrs. J. C. '
Jones Tuesday afternoon. I
revival there now. Meetings will TELEGRAPH

continue for three or four weeks Miss Hilda Forsyth la spending v

RISING with good singers and music expected a few days of this week at New

Jacksonville. Come River with her uncle. Bob O'Berry.
... from i
R' II. HI. tlrltli. Tor. .'
and bring your friends and enjoy Mr. and Mrs. A. Y. Thomas and ,. J

a good time in the Lord. An all Mr and Mrs. George' Moseley of v .' ." c 5. .

Mrs. M. L. Oliver of Pine Level bring basket dinner. Come. I Plant City were visiting their father -

section and :Mrs. Willie Martin of Mr. Harry and Leo Edwards Mr. Jim Thomas last week. X

1?' 1, Planty City were Visiting Mrs. H. I were visiting Lois and Millie Judd Mr. and Mrs. Littleton Kite and '

M. McRae Thursday. Alvin Kite of Jacksonville spent

I :. Mr. and Mrs T. N. Norman of I Sunday.Misses Ola Mae Andrews Virginia -I last Sunday with her father, Mr. One::: Year :

F. B. Robinson.
: ,Vanderbilt section were dinner I Brantley of Hartsburg and ,

guest of Mr, and Mrs F. M. Lola Starling of Lawtey were the Miss Josephine Green spent Sat- \ .
I urday night and Sunday with '. .".
White BrownSunday --
Sunday. of Freda and! Boots ..
guests Misses Eva and Beatrice Under .. { 'f' 1ft
A. R. and B. M. McRae motored evening. I .. 'I" .' "
rr to Jacksonville Wednesday. Carl Johnson of Starke was the hill.Mr. "

7 Miss Mildred Gocilge of Plant ;nest of his sister Mrs. Amy Wil-, and Mrs. Roman Powers are ; : \ : : <
the proud parents of a fine boy :
V; 1 City spent the week-end here with not Sunday. for
s I born June 16. .. ; j
l I Mien Audrey McRae, William and Cleone Wooten I'I'MI' Miss Lossle Anderson has been p ; \.

Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Mott was >f Lawtey, were visiting Mr. Ancll spending several days In Glen St. .. .... .'
Brown Thursday. "t- .: w :
visiting their mother, Mrs. E. J.. and Albert Mary with friends and relatives.Mr ,
Judd spent .- ..., ;i f. .
% Lewis Sunday. Miss Mary satur-I. Russell Carter of Woodlawn << ,.. .
Mr. and Mrs. Bunyon DeLacy lay night with Era Edwards.Mrs.
section was the guest of Miss Ola

and daughter, Gertrude of Ft. My- J. L. Bagwell was the guest Mae Parmenter Sunday afternoon. : . .
_ i ,ers who have been visiting Mr. and 3f Mrs. O. L. Brown Saturday af- Mr. Dutch Harley of Lawtey, was t
d Mrs. E. C. Lewis left Sunday for ternoon.: .''- ':'1// .j '4.
Miss Edna Davis : '
the guest of
Brown : \
,Green Cove Springs to visit relatives Miss Boots .- 1.50 ,
there. were the guests of Miss Inez Ker- Thursday night. <' .," ) .,
Misses Elsie Rhoden Beatrice
Mr. H. M., McRae made a business sey Saturday night.Mr. .. '\
Underhill and Mr. Rodman Underhill -
trip to Lawtey' Friday. John Crews called on Miss -ij.
and Clarence Rhoden all at- ,j
Mrs. L. i E. Ilaltiwunger and little Pcncy Nettles Sunday.VANDERIJILT. ,.h .
tended the dance at Starke last '-
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granddaughter. Delores of Jack. !
Friday night. .
sonville. Is visiting relatives here .
this week. There was a crowd from here '. I

who -enjoyed a swim in Sampson ,. ,
Carl Cone of Starke spent Sat- 'slake i Sunday afternoon.

urday night with J. R. Kelly. Currl Hrll Norse Cor. -" r '. i
I .
Mr. and Mra. Frank Norman oft I I _____
-p Vanderbilt, section were visiting' j .',
Local News
Mrs. Norman's parents Mr. and Misses Josephine Green of Jack- Hartsburg I I'J' atS

Mrs. W T. Crosby Sunday. sonville and Beatrice Parrish of I .:it:V V*

Mra. Amanda Silcox and daugh Manatee are spending a week with Miss Virginia Brantley Cor. W't//t...;. 'tIf: .

ters. Muriel and Rachel and Miss Misses, Carra Boll and Mattle Norman \ '. ; .

1 Beulah Edwards of Starke were .
visiting relatives here Sunday. MUees Mattie and Carra Bell Misses Ethel, Sybil and Minnie '

Lubedla Alvarez 'Jose of Jacksonville, were the News 'i
,; i J. L. Underhill of Pinelevel and Norman, Perry County
? H. M. McRae attended church and phine Green, Beatrice Parrlsh, guest of Misses Virginia Brantley

: ,,, baptism at Klngsilcy Lake Sunday. Messrs. Lucian Alvarez and Rus- and Ola Mae Andrews Sunday.

.. Mr. Oscar and Lester Crosby eel Norman attended church at Remember the revival at Sax- '

{M motored to Jacksonville Thursday.Mr. Raiford Sunday night. ton. Please come. '

t and :Mrs. T. 1 K. Stokes and Miss Mattle Norman spent last Misses Virginia Brantley and "State News

r children of Baldwin were visiting week with her slater, Mra. Ellen Ola Mae Andrews were the guests ;

'I relatives here Wednesday. Barber of Jacksonville. of Misses Boots and Freda Brown

;, Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Halslop was The Wateroak B. Y. P. U. gave Sunday afternoon. e

called to the bedside of their son- Ice cream supper Friday night ]Miss Virginia Kirkland was the

i I in-law, Mr. Preston. Phllunan at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. guest of Miss Ruth Brantley Mondays -
Tampa. 180 war tin. All reported a nice time. sue

{ Miss Nlet Kelly returned 'home,, Misses Agnes and Louise Sapp Robert Kirkland of Jacksonville,
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day after visiting relatives at): Lubedia and Ruth Alvarez and \U spending several day with By.

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United States Department .if Agriculture i j McIntyre VvHs fined $75 and costs and general conditions as bringing I Sebrlng Burrell Hancock. 18 drews was pinned to the steering -II :
O. P Gardiner. chief nf{lor i 60 days I t l> jell Thomas was at about the necessity for making reductions -I football and boxing star al) River- wheel by a large timber which had ',
News of Florida In Short Paragraphs the loan office In Florida said today 'liberty lIuIIlgM In an effort to end the flsIcnl side Military Academy i Oalnpsville shot forward when the truck came '1

that many of the loans .of the I, year September first with n I Lin died here tonight; of H to a sudden atop in a ditch beside

first group in Orange county had Blotint tt>*Vn. A i oroner'H, Jury balanced budget I broken peck received yesterday the highway 1 '_
already' been repaid and in most today freed \V. C. Jackson of blame. when he struck the bottom uf a I --- ,..

I I cases the growers took loans only I for the fatal /stubbing of James I Green Cove Springs- -No definite lake In a dive from the municipalpier. St Petersburg Contract between at

LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD on the first group.St. I Ossklns. 3rj.\ tear Clarkesvllle\ a announcement had been made I Hancock's father, J. M. Hancock city and Walter Topp. OldForge \

turpentine CatjjH The Jury returned tonight as to the findings\ of Investigating i former Highlands county N. Y., by which latter will
Petersburg-City council- a vet\ict tf justifiable homicide officers, relative to the' sheriff and now a city patrolman erect aqunrtum on city property
men, labor organizations and others after V1ne witnesses testifiedJackson 1 death of Selma Holmes, whose was on duty at the pier and witnessed costing between $15,000:: and $20- i ,

have asked federal authoritiesto acted in self defense when body was discovered on the old the dive In which his son 000, approved by city council.
BY OUR EXCHANGES investigate alleged abuse In Gasklns struck hun over the head Mlddleburg road near here early was injured. The youth was saved Stuart Work progressing/ i

... connection with labor conditionsat I with a pistol. The altercation Sunday. Death had been caused from drowning by two compnnlon Idly on new Jensen school build- :
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J.- _... v- - "' --' Seminole Point where a veter- started after GflsHln ordered Jackson by shotgun wound. A coroner's Dilly Babcock and Arthur Young, Ing. .. ,it

,, organized agriculture West Palm Beach-The prac ans hospital Is being constructedby who \'-.#_t III| to go to work. jury was empaneled and adJourn-I who lifted his body from the water 1.llkeVorth -- White way ':'
', ?eek "a square kdeal" for the tice of placarding this city with the government ed, to meet later In when they saw he was Injured. standards being installed along >. '
I" ,ua farmer and( grower thru political signs It being attackedby Lake Ws'esRewards' totaling Three suspects were said to have 1 Lake Avenue from II to A streets. : '

F' of the Florida Agilcultural the beautification committee of St. Petersburg .-- Taking steps! $2,500 were tottered tonight for apprehension been arrested in conenctlon with TallahasseeThe prison bureau --- "
*? ? recently organized here. the chamber of commerce which to cut costs of school operations, ot t&e slayer or slayers the case, but it was stated that no today reported that Mack Barrett, ""

t"1 has taken up the matter with the the Plnellas County board, meetingto of former Jtayor;\ Joe Beat Satur- charges had been filed as yet. negro prisoner, killed Ed Lane, an- Gov.Koosevelt f t 1 1if

.Rsonvllle The Suwannee city commission, discuss the budget today, discontinued day night. 'flee community coun- other negro convict, at a prison

Press Association will\ hold service. of five maintenance cil posted $500 reward Sheriff Tampa Trenton C Collins, camp near Wauchulu. Details of says: R"" meeting and entertaln- West Palm Beach--Arthur Lehman men on> the payroll as year Johnson $:S)0() ft. Remond $500, chairman of the state motion picture tins killing were not received here,
-mess "
session here July 16 as of New York owns propertyhere around employeR, and next year the county commission\ $500, the development committee, has but the camp captain was instructed / ',I!,
f the Jecksonvllle members and pays taxes on it but he will pay for maintenance jobs as Kiwanis Club $250, J. 1'. Town- issued B warning to- city, county to hold! au Inquest. Lane was iff
g*;!'",?,. 1M( > recently figured that be had one they arise. The men were orderedoff send $100 t\r\j Dtinller sums by Individuals and chamber of commerce officials serving/ life sentence for murderin

: group building here which was not worth the payroll July 1. Their com- swelled the total past to beware of "motion picture Dude county, while JJirrctt isserving ;

.... Petersburg-The Florida sy- the taxes. To reduce his tax bur bined annual salary was ove 8000. 2500. Sheriff Johnson ant State racketeers and promoters" A number a two-year sentence for ii

of the United LutheranVfh den he had the building razed. Attorney J, Q. Rogers continuedtheir of these persons, Collins said' robbery In Hamilton county. Thebureau I J!
of America will hold .its Pensacola -- Vince Bruno, local Investigation of the Bbylng.Arcadla have come to Florida recently to also reported that Walter
annual convention and itse Pensacola --Langley Bell, circuit newspaperman, killed his bank account talk of plans for erecting produc- S. Russell, white prisoner escaped I .
.furth annual training school here court clerk, has discoveredthat but won an argument whenhe ---1)Q.ttery C, neth Field tion studios and to live off the civil from a camp) near Macclenny He j
lcd July 1. he must move or have the wrote a check for one cent. Artillery, officer}: of the headquarters generosity of the community. He was ,serving a 15-year:: sentence for to t:
to "No one wants government
..ium.a: Florida legislature repeal an old The argument was over the ques- batter and officers of the urged that all cases of purported 'mimslntighter In Hrevard county. Assume function, but It is clear ,
Palm Beach-Legionnaires statute which requires court clerksto tion of taxes destroying and exceeding first battalion, totaling 11 officers motion picture developers be sub -- -- that government; In this nation i II!
\\v8t Auxiliary women from reside within two miles of the the value of the article and 25 nmfl, Most ot them from I mitted to the state committee for West Palm Bench City health I cannot let Its people starve Government :
tad> Legion Florida district embracIng court house. He says the old law, taxed. Bran's check for ono cent Tampa Bfcfnt yesterday on the Investigation.! authorities warned folks: here today In the Unlit State mush 1!} "
the fifth from Melbourne to was passed when transportation' wan taxed two cents at the bank range east ot Arcadia, In gun prac not to' eat any chickens that lot Allow Its men, women and children I
Ing under the federal tax ll'w and lice Majoc( Vimilovcer and MajorT. Qulncy- -Gatlsden county school automobile to suffer excessive privation t
will hold their annual midsummer facilities were not what they are new had met death In an ".
Miami conference here June 26. today. the total wiped out his bank ac- Byrd Spitrkinan\ of Tampa were teachers face a 10 to 20 per cent accident, They furnished names "The mats of the people were .I i
i count. In charge of the practice. The prac- reduction'. In their next year's salaries of markets offering such fowls before not born with saddles on their''' 'iA

of the Tallahassee-For the first time, tice was with 75 mm. guns. Mem- Official action of the their stocks were discoveredand backs We know that many off I s ," ,
DeLandHeadquarters in Its more than a century of existence -' Tampa-Bankruptcy of a bond- bers of the local unit, Battery F, county school, board Friday held condemned today. The officers' thorn do have saddles on their, :

Florida Century of Progress commission Tallahassee Is to have a Ing company furnishing bonds for assisted Strolling\ the range to the salary reductions to be neces- statement said the chickens,, which hacks nevertheless lint they can t" ,J
announced here that July public clock with face, hands and a score or more of defendants in keep chance pusaers-by from get- sary' in order to avoid an IncreaseIn were unfit' for consumption, were be removed by the right kind of :
16 to 22, 1933, will be the meeting bell. A modern timepiece will be cases before the Federal court here ting In the( range zone. next year's tax levy. Teachers victims of an automobile accidentnear outlook "In government In this y'

time for the National Fair Council In placed In the tower of the remodeled today caused a rush of persons affected ....--- receiving a salary of $100 or less Melbourne. The truck that country. .'

of Women at the World First Presbyterian church here. to arrange new bonds. The Fernandljm Tftrpon are so plen- per month will be reduced 10 per was transporting them In coops "Let u" not confuse objectives\ e,

Chicago. The old tower had a clock In it but company, one of three approved by tiful In the Fernandlna Jetty waters cent, while those paid more than was wrecked, the officers said!, and with method Too many J
the clock had no face and no handsits the court, recently went into a receivership 6 mile,# northeast of this city, $100 per month will be reduced 20 several coops of fowls were thrown leaders of the Nation fall to see the h
Fort Lauderdale-Bicycles and striking being the only Indica- and all bonds made by that fishermen cannot catch the per cent. Gadsden county so far into the nearby river. Crews of forest because of the trees Too 'j ,

horses are returning as modes of tion of the time of day It and(, In effect now became worthless smaller flsb- Henry Ferreira operator this year has received $110,000 In men proceeded to dress the drowned many of t them fall to recognize the for

transportation here, a number of 'All defendants awaiting trial of I\\ flatting camp near the state aid, which Is about $23,000: fowls, they said, to put them vital necessity of planning True leadership -, i

citizens using them to escape the Clearwater-The Fourth of July who were bonded by this companywere jetties, while fishing: off the rocks, less than expected Into Iced barrels', and place themon dellnlia calls objectives.for the setting forth of

high state tax on gasoline and the will be celebrated here this year served with new capiases today hooked a large silver with an ordi- the local market. the objective and the rallying of I h

added tax recently Imposed by the with an outboard motorboat re- requiring the posting of new nary fishing pole, the huge tarpon TampaHarry Morgan, alias II. l>nlllo opinion In support of these ),

federal government. getta featuring a class B race for bonds. taking his tackle and almost pulledhim G Doods, charged with defraud- TnllnlmsseeRobert Lee An- objective t i .
the $2,500 Gulf trophy. The trophy -I overb t'd. Several fishermen ing a Fort Myers woman of $3,000 drews, 18, truck driver employedby dt
Jacksonville-Local youngstersare will be at stake for the third' Gainesville Government pro- have lost their lines and tackle by in a matrimonial agency, frameupand the Elberta Crate anil'Box( company "Do not confuse objectives with becomes
having .their daily showers In successive time, Earl Gresh, circuit hibition agents from Pensacola attacks of the tarpon In the past fraudulent promises of marriage here, died In Johnston's sanitarium methods.substantially When the united In favor, ;

the hot streets whether It rainsor follower, having won it the first working with sheriffs deputies yes few days, ferret. said today was sentenced' to serve Saturday morning only a of planning the broad objective!
not. The city department of year and Guy Roberts, Clearwater, terday seized a 60 gallon still and -.---- five years in federal prison In At- few hours after he was removed of civilization, then true leadership tsa
public recreation furnishes the taking it last year, Two other arrested two men in a Cooter Pond Clearwater-Reducing their own lanta. Morgan was captured by from beneath a load of logs that trust unite thought behind definite 1 l,!!'

showers at designated points on trophies and $360 in cash prizes section raid. Frank Thomas, salaries 20 per cent county commissioners postofflce Inspectors In Ohio last crushed( his body when he drove method" l f?',

city streets during the day. also will be awarded in class B. C. white, and Joe McIntyre, negro, meeting here today, offered week, after a chase all over this his machine Into a bunk while try- needs and the
after the salary slashes of ten and country and Into Mexico Aside to the 'The country
and F races. weer taken Into custody Ing escape hitting a cow on demand bold, persistent
West Palm Beach-A city ordi- officers found them operating the twenty per Cent for all county em- from matrlmonal adventures alleged public highway near Capltola. experimentation.country It I la common' r J

first reading would Orlando-StabJIlty of Orange still. The still, 60 gallons of whis- ployes, et'CIlcUJuly; 1. The larger against Mm In other parts of Death was caused by Ions of blood' urine to take a method and try It.r f fIf + f
nance now residents on of this city tq pay county and the sound financial key and 300 gallons of mash were cut applies to all\ employes whose the country, Morgan has been a from internal Injuries. The acci- It falls, admit It frankly and try, .," J'
permit taxes In five monthly condition of the growers is Indicated destroyed. When arraigned last salaries' are now $150 pr more a writer of popular songs, a stage dent occurred late Friday, and a another But above all, try ome':, fi 1'
city la !
their beginning In No- by the small number of loans night before' County Judge B. D. month. Tate: resolution declaringthat comedian and vaudeville artist, a motorist from Jacksonville extricated thing. The million who are for. i

vember Installments and with a one per cent sought by the growers from the Hlers Thomas was fined $125 and the cut be made Immediately newspaper man and a veteran of the young man and broughthim want will while not the stand thing by silently to satisfy' ,,1+''d

discount for November payment. federal crop loan division of theHOW costs or three months in jail while cited decreased tax collections the World War. to this city In bin car. An ever their need are within easy reach."i .

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of the most successful author of 1 C 'I;: '';'i :;:;;>i: ride this year In In the early morning. This I I. an important I': f 4 4'r'
detective stories has himself bal. : r) C '! .,: event In England. For George V, although lacking great ;, '
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fled detection through four beat ;t. Constitutional power, remain, became of popular loyalty and respect I '
seller Mr. Queen's latest book CRUSADES AGAINST FUEL, WASTE: for the Crown the most significant and In times of crisis! the most ;
"The Creek Coffin Mystery", FLYER S. powerful ur. In the Empire. Being outside and above politics it ; p
in Lieut. Con Q. O. :HovJIle, first General Superintendent of the U. said i, '
(Stoke) leaves the public and second may be that his weakness I la his strength. a
Air Mail. Sew the Atlantic with Admiral Bytd was '
the dark as to who he really is. who d : '
North Pole Expedition, ia I fighting for the
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inscrutable of the Queen adoption its all internal l combustion engine of a new principle known
a mysteries-the man himself. a* the ScWsrx Cycle which, it 1 la said result in revolutionary '
economy |IA the use of gasoline or oil fuel Picture show (left to
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merchant declare that "the freedom from money worries attained -

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We span" and it i. well known that Annuitants are proverbially long _
lived Mr. Dalsimer I I. being congratulated on his own 90th birthday -
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year* service with the French ideals and moat human qualities --1 line, has been elected to command mind, John D. Rockefeller Jr. SJa
the company' new rnekwho like tea grandfather and -' "
cabin ship the Champlain! father before !him U strict teetotaler '
largest cabin liner ever built with and Da. bte" for :year the he yr, s; 4' t 'w,, '' a 4
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.Utg&&lXZttt( / a < ... ;:. LAXES: Farmer* like to relax track tar and intercollegiate
REINCARNATION Frankel (right), picked the r '. $ Ruth listeners with his melodious tenor U planning an athletic comeback. 1
When Harry 1; ; ,;J;: 'e. by tuning In their radio, but !
little 4f I- ;00. .. he takes time to streak along the cinder paths at Co-
turn "Singm- Sam" for biB radio career, he 'jt-bw" '' -- Etting. Follies and screen beadAlmoat daily, .
following; in the footsteps of a long-chad predecessor: L* OUR TENNIS CHAMPIONS! Mr*. tfliubetn: Ryan and liner featured on the Chesterfield lumbia University where h. Is continuing his itudies. The Wednesday star of
Mumbled old print of Singing Sam of Derbyshire left who triumphed, over Mrs Witndjo program: gets her diversion the Maxwell House Coffee ensemble program (Monday. $;
across this rare Mrs Helen Will Moody, (at ), from
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I "gged minstrel bit aero* about tfritjh! contestants, to by operating her own farm at and Friday over l
way valued at tfagstaU and Mia Betty NirtbaU (at right of /8 J-J seconds.'
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Limitation of security losses and J POLITICAL, ACTIVITY Mr. Oscar Andyeu fcf gtarke wa spent Saturday evening i in ,asonvllle. k
r other changes, largely administrative OK. ORGANIZEr FEDEUAL in 'this sectlcafo: : >Vy/; '
r -80. CLASSIFIED KMFLOYfcKS JVOODLAJVN Mr. and Mrs. V. L.: C5 klns, Mr, Mr. and Mrs. R. A Grltt, m :
I. and Mrs. L. J N! and daughter Misses Bonnie Lee \ I
'fSOClet j (Katata Tax Kifortlve' June ti) ---- :rnx/j Ford ano : ria.
Gift'ax, rates4: ofl.percentto 'Wnsbjngtoa! D. C., June 30. 1932. ,Miss. Debbie :Fhllllp, Cor.C. Cleo C E. Or,, tQrd and L.M. Burney spent Friday Ir Ja .",n.yule. .
.r 33 1-2 per cent (effective :Jiin) -'the follow'ng announcement was Murrhee ma4\\e a, \business;! trip .i:
6)).--5.: made by the United States Civil to Starke Saturday -ttttt'OOS. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Robert ,?,,
.. I tomorrowoyt'.toFeetaoln| Service Commission today. I' L. Billiard and daughters., Mr. and Mrs. '\#111, $rjnan and children spent Sunday in De .nj

OFFICIAL VISIT OK WORTHY summer vacation the next meet (Manufacturer Excise Taxes: Kffrrtlve In order that Federal classified I Misses Geneva and Juanita., were baby of Lawtiy '1 fceht Sunday with her parents, Mr. ano unT.
;. :. GUANO MATRON O. K. S. Ing to be held the first Wednes Juno 21.) employees might'be fully advised visitors to Jacksonville Friday. night here the I''e'tit' Mr. and Tatum.

day In October. Lubricating oil, 4 cents per gal. of the provisions of the civil-ser Walter Lee and Carl Rosier of Mrs. Lacy NorrA/m./ Mesdames W. C Wootcn, j.'" ""n
kc Starke chapter Order of Eastern lon33. vice rules rel.o.tlng'to political activity Wlldwood visited their parents, Mr. ButlerJ3jrilebler\( ) Griffla and Emily Dickerson '. ?,
Star enjoyed one of the most MAITISTV.. :M. S. HOLDS Brewers' wort, 15 cents per gal- by organized groups the and Mrs. J. M. Rosier Here Sun The many friers fsf Miss Ellen Sunday In Bunnell.Mr. .
I I' .' delightful occasions In the history ICFU; n.\lt JMKKTI.Nd: Ion (uneHtlmated.) commission has published for years Blackwelder will he: fciad to learn and Mrs. R. A. Grift 'irul

of its organization on last Thurs Malt syrup 3 cents per pound82. Its ruling that what an employeemay day.Mr.. and Mr. D. L. Phillips spent of her marriage \it. Fletcher Miss Bonnie Lee Ford an' "-.t(,
.... :. day night when Mrs. Katherlne: The business and program meet not lawfully do Indepedentlyhe Sunday In Lttwtey the guests ol Butler of Plant tyty, Mrs. Butlei Burney spent Sunday in s \11, _
.. McKay of Sanford, Worthy rand Ing of the Baptist W. M. S. wa- Grape concetrratea 20 cents per may not ]lawfully dq in open or their son D. J. Phillips.Mr. lived here two J'v\rjt 4S and has gustlno and Daytona Beact
.. Matron of the Grand Chapter of held Monday afternoon at the gallon (uneBtlmated). secret cooperation with others; and Mrs. Oacar Carter were visited here seVeral' times since Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Moo ", rt
I : Florida, made her official visit to church with twelve members present. Imported gasoline crude oil, etc., neither may he employ for any unlawful visitors to Jacksonville: Sunday. -. She has a host of frl/Julrf! here who children and Mr. and Mr i ,?

t' j J: this chapter. ,. coal; lumber and copper-65. purpose an agent officer or Those {tars here attending wish them a lonfr ftn< Jirppy, mar Brown and daughter are ....IIU.j
; ; ; The Masonic Hall was most attractive The president Mrs. A. M. Darby Tires and tubes, 2 1-4 and 4 centspet other person chosen by himself or church services at Kingsley Lake ried life. Mrs. %Mtt, Is a dialer Ing a while at Lako Kingak-v

C .;il with quantities of floor presided and conducted the devotional pound33. subject to his power. Every em- Sunday were: Mr and Mrs. J. S. of Mrs. C. E. fyWtord:;: t of this Mr, and Mrs. Rernbert i m

I : baskets of Easter lllllen and many'ather using aa her subject, "A Toilet preparations 10 per cent ployee is clearly responsible for a Norman, We.\( and Mrs. C. L. Car- place. Mr. ButlV, I lq IJ, promising dine left Thursday for New \ rk
,fr. varied hued cut flowers. Little Child." The lesson was takes (except dentf.flcea: soap etc., S continuation or repetition of the ter, Misses Jeanette Carter, Aleene young man of Pl\,at lty. where they will attend the Sr '',.
? ; Each star point had placed back from the Cth chapter of 2nd Kings per cent)--135.: j I abuse of power vested by such employee Rosier and Debbie Phillips. ing-Shaikey fight.
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; of her chair the colors appropriate The program was In charge ol Furs 10 per cent12. In an association or its officers Miss Mildred. Phillips of Thercs- ----- ----- Mr. and Mrs. JClifton i v> ',?

:., .. to her station, and baskets were Mrs. J. L. Silcox, the subject being Jewelry 10 per cent on amounts or In oth2r persons. Such sa is visiting friends and relatives LA Jr'f.trIIJr. ? spent Friday In Jacksonville

: placed at numerous places In the I "Christian Education. Those assisting over $3, plated silverware exempt responsibility may be terminated here..this week. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney ,p<.ni
: ad- Mrs. Silcox with the pro only by establishing and maintaining J. S. Norman and. children .. Wednesday In
chapter room, showing to great --9. I Mrs. E, E. iiIrkeir' Vet' evening Jac< ,n-
: ;. vantage.The gram were Mrs. J. II. Pitta!! and Passenger automobiles, 3 percent effective control over such attended the barbecue at Starke ville with her father Eldei n v

.. i., I' worthy grand matron was Mrs. Q. P. Raymond. tires and tubes exempt-32. agencies or by the( withdrawal of .Thursday.Mr. -]Mrs.! G.-W. ROVlr't'l' adl children Skipper, who has been ser' 'Hiv)
I: ; Items of business were attendedto the DO vested jn them. and Mrs. C. L. Hilllard at- ill.
welcomed by a most interesting Trucks 2 per ceptS.Parts power i Patsy Lee and Jeac/ Jr., and
t:: '. address by the worthy matron. among them following: Circle and accessories; 2 per cent, To make a public attack on a tended church services at EVergreen Miss Ruth Rowe l ?Tuesday for Mesdames O. W. Roberts Itlli,: I

i. 1.L Mrs. Mae Wells, and was escorted number one to have charge of the tires and tubes exempt-7. candidate for public office is to Saturday night a. trip to DeLand "v1era they wilt T. Moore spent Monday in ''nck-
:. to the East by way of a rainbow flowers in the church and also the Radio and phonograph equip take active part In a political cam I Mr. and Mrs. II. Boyer were visit her parents, W-.., m dl, Mrs. J. sonville.
.4 program. for the month of July. ment and accessories l 5 per cent paign. Such action by an employee visitors to Stsrke Tuesday. H. Tatum. Mrs. D. W. Moore and daugiueri
: drill.Each distinguished visitor and Is a violation of civil service I and I I 5- Everette Loadhplt. \ of Jacksonville are spending this week In Jacksonville
.c. i: each guest was given a most :Mil. AMI MRS NtTIl..Nz'REVtT'r 9.Mechanical refrigerators 5 per may subject the offending em- Lake City --- Columbia Ice Co., visited his fjyfxnxlfnotber, Mrs. with her aunt Mrs. Sinv.

:. hearty welcome by fitting and HONOUKD cent-5. I ployee to separation from the pub !capitalized et $10,000 granted char- Sarah Loadholt; rMay. Mr. Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and chlluren

; c. ; beautiful words from our worthy The Christian Endeavor of thel"reHbytt'rbm Sporting goods and cameras, 10 lie service. If the attack is made ter. Londhollz has be n \kl)\ tor several of Tampa are visiting her pai 4...; i. matron. church honored Mr. per cent-5. by the-Joint action of several employees - -- Mr. and Mrs. :3. H. Moore.

r' During the Initiatory work a and Mrs. Nathan Prevatt with a Firearms and shell, 10 per cen the guilt Is still persona AIFORD days.Mr.. and Mrs. % AQrtffia and Miss Beatrice Miner has returned -
beautiful song service was rendered miscellaneous shower Thursday -2.Matches and ataches to each employee separately sister Bonnie Lei" Fy< left Sat home after a delightful vi.'.n' "o,

;.. .,. .. by Mrs. Della Green of Waldo. evening at Mitchell' cottage at wood 2 cents per 1000: and severally for the pur Red Kcrce, Cor. urday for Snead1)/ re they will Hastings.Miss .
'. who is our present associate grand Lake. Swimming and a paper 1-2 cent per 10004. pose! of the administration of the visit Mrs. Grlffiy'* pure&ts, Mr. Ruth Rowe who has oeen
; Klngsley
a : conductress. was enjoyed. Mr. Candy, 2 per cent-4. civil service law. If It be permissible and Mra. Ford for eeraJ days. visiting Mrs. Pauline Howell In
I& Other distinguished guests were: and picnic Mrs. Prevatt were recipientsof Chewing gum, 2 per cent-I. for federal employees to tak The 4-11 ClUb of Raiford num Mrs. Mary Red'jlsh) Vas visiting; Union City, has returned horn
: : Miss Verna Bullard of Gainesville lovely gUts from members Soft drinks, various rates--7. active pi rt In a political campaigi bering near fifteen left Monday her daughter, 3ft. fc ft.. Thede Miss Mary Edwards has return
past grand matron; Mrs. Salome many of the society of which they Electrical energy, 3 percent 01 to elect one candidate and defea morning for Interlathen when Tuesday.The ed home after a visit of several
,! Malnes past grand electa; were active members. sales for domestic and commercial another by the''same token the they will spend! a week's: vacation Epworth Late I 1 0ml their weeks with her aunt, Mrs. fame

: :: Mrs. Susie Morrison. grand chaplain Those enjoying this affair were: purposes-39. S successful candidate must be accorded Mrs. C. ]M.' Brown of.Macclenny friends chaperone! .. ,,, .. ; Mrs. Rue Thrasher, past Misses Lucile Mitchell, Margaret Gasoline, 1 cent per .gallon-- the rightto, dismiss fron has returned to her home thereafter Mrs. Christy and et&Iatjea, R. R. Pearle McEarchen .spent the
grand Ada and others. Williams, June Bullen, Beatrice (sales at refinery150.) the public service whom he will and< spending a week here as the Thede, W. F. Mora and W. H. Week-end In Union City.O'I'U.'J .
.. The gift to the worthy grand Eleanor Lewis Dorothy Total manufacturers' excise taxes fill the vacancy ,by the appoint guest of her brother, E.: W. Tompkins Edwards, had a \teliltful; l swim-
: In a most Sullen ment of whom he Will.'- That mean \ ) OK ""'a'i.ii'-''IKI-v' ('oil
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matron and ming party at FCib5lty Lake I
Lamb Messrs. Tommy Wllllamtt, I family. T.\X I)KKINritlc'e >
.. .. novel manner. She was escorted Wesley Stearns, William Barnes MlxrHluiieiion: Taxes; (Effective the return of the spoils system Miss Madelen Tompkins Is Tuesday evening. \\>|/tulillng( was. In, hereby given th K
". .' .. of the Rainbow Juno 21. with infinite disaster to federa .T, IIl1vlH. holder of Tax IHIII'lIte, )
to each member ) week in Macclenny at enjoyed after wtych delicious
.. of the state farm, Wilson Hayes, I upending a a No. 228 Cth day of August, A, I D
I; Drill and at.the end of the rain- Gratton Cooper and Dr. George F. Telephone telegraph message, employees and the public.. It I Is: the guest of her cousin Mrs. S. A supper was serve'j' tc* those!!!. res- 1928. has. filed said cei'tlflcat ,n
.... bow she found her "pot of gold." Lowry. .. etc., telephone: 10 cents, messages childish to assume that the protective Powers. mt including: Misses \Jlld/l.\ ( Marie tax inv, deed nITIce to and Issue niiule thoreun apulli-iitli, I III",, 'il 0'''
.. : And at this time Mrs. Lucille Davis .- SB. costing 1 50 cents to $1: 15 cents' provisions of the civil service S.T., Dowling and family ol Thede Abbie HarUy t>olie) Dink- anon with law. Said ceitiflint i t-

.. Hang In her usual charming Y. P. l1, MEETS $1 to $2; 20 cents $2 and more:: law can outlive the full and Impartial Lake Butler, were visiting friends Ins Arthurine Bfaji hard, Doris, erty braces eltuated the followlliKT In county deHrrlhod, Floi) 'Irt l .. in-
.. "Worthy Grand Matron We Love telegraph 5 per cent cable 'am enforcement of ita restrictive i ip, Raiford Sunday afternoon. Burney, Rosa. Mo\'/ fayte, Lucile wit/ : -
; You." The B. Y. P. U. of the Baptist radio 10 cents each-22.5. provisions. The latter alone mak E. L. Spires and family of Santa Plumer, Beatrice I\ ''heA Jewel : 28.JjHHt:original half' Town of lots of I,Slniki n. 5 ,if illR, .
.. ::4' The address of the worthy church held their business and social Admissions (effective June 21)) 1 the former pcrssible, and the nullification Fe were in this place Sunday as Boyer of Ocala (ytd) AJ9. Marie lion 2H, TowiiNlilp II, South i I." ,-m>

.. ...*i Grand Matron on "Loyalty" was : meeting at the home of Miss cent per 10 cents on admissionsover of the latter will. destroy guests of Mrs. Spires' parents, Mr Mayo of Tampft, a,\\J Richard 23 Tha lOaat.: anseNNmrnt nf Saul
one'much appreciated by the mem- Hazel Crews Friday night, June 40( centa (educational and the whole law. and Mrs. N. T. Ritch. Thede, Jim Moore Rcl: .nJg, Howard tinder, the xitM ccrllilcale I It-. p', .? -
f .. bers and valors. Olympic exemption eliminated32. )--- The foregoing principles are fundamentaL Rev. J. M. Norris of Lacrosse, Miner, Claud tiwe, Dutch I I... the nama of (I. C. Sweat:! .it -ii I -
: At the conclusion of the meeting 24.The'home was prettily decorated to any maintenance of pastor of the Baptist church of Harley, Sumter H**! JBtlly Ed- ters.L'nli'na said ceitlflcute"hull
; a social hour was enjoyed during with cut t owers. There were Stump Tuxes (KffwtKe June 21)]) the merit system; and the commission this place Is running a revival here wards Edwin '"(()tie: Flutty dnemnd accord IIIII' to 'Ian- '.' '

.. .1. which a committee served a quite a number of girls and boys Issues of bonds of capital stock,, accordingly holds that it i Is that /will last a week. Filg'b, Hubbard }ietitr, t&cy and of will I I AWuBt'IHKIIB/ theicon A. D 1912.T on. t tin i
j tempting ice course. present. The business meeting was 10 cents per $100-6.5. contrary Co the civil service rules There Is being a two room buildIng Melvin Futch, UH.IV. Vainwrlght, >nti>d thin 29th day'"i i I.> \,
S conducted by Mrs. R. A. Thomas Transfers of stocks 4 cents per prohibiting activity for any organization added to tlje Raiford school Henry Walnwrlght f'd Boyer of D. 133.1. O. ,v. ALDISRir;
.. MUS. II. C. WALL KNTKKTAINS : leader. At this time election of officers $100 par value or,4, cents per shareno of classified federal em house that will take one hundred.J Ocala William avid Ijopby Gil- Clork of (.'o.!>' nit. "i iScal .
AT HKIIM1K B cent for shares selling) ployees to Issue letters or state ( ) Hradford County. K ,ttlj.
was held. Paul Raymond beIng par extra pupils. Work began last christ of Urunawicc) V"., and t the C
made president of the B. Y. P. over $20 (rates to apply to loansof ments making direct' or Implied: Monday and there'will be five to chaperones.The 7-1-BI-7-29. ---- -
The wldo veranda of the Kings- U. for the-next six months. A social stock20.. suggestion that the federal employees ten men employed. grand matrIt, the O. E. :1\0'1'11; OK APPI.K'TIOtoil
.,. .. ley Lake cottage of Mrs. Harold hour was enjoyed at the close Transfers bf bonds 4 cents per vote or work for the return t-. S. will be entertaid t tie| Lodge TAX StEEl
Wall was the scene of a lovely value6.Conveyances to office of those legislators whose I Notice II hereby !given, tha 1 1. X
.. :..' of which Mrs. Crews served delicious $100 per hall in Starke T'tujay) ( night rown, holder of Tax Cirt i'"
: : .. party Wednesday afternoon when refreshments. .. 50 cents on $100- records are regarded as favorable BOATDRAINMinn June 23rd. All me\jlb\ f n\ are askedto No. 49. 5th day of July, A t) "'''ze..
... I Mrs. Wall entertained members of Those present were: Audrey 800; 1 50 cents per $500 In excess- In matters prlmarly or solely concerning be present. has rIce filed and said made certificate application/ In'<, u'*
t her bridge club and friends. Hang- Silcox 8. federal employees. Miss Martha WeU l. rtneil Issue accorlnfl,
'. Carlisle Fannie and Doris Cherry Ilnrrell, Cor. \IS visitingher to thereon 'In .
: Ing baskets filled with colorful Marie Stafford, Louise Walters, Sales of produce for future delivery w % 1 aunt In Bruu\wl l k; Qa.> for the with following law. !Said'' certificate described enil pr< ,."',rtj'
; flowers palmettoes. Clarice GUI Dorothy Klckllter cents per 1006. CARD OF THANKS several days. situated. in Bradford county Plur-

.: filled with crepe myrtle made Mildred Warren, Hazel Crews Oil transported by pipe line 4 -' Mrs. Kate Griffla and mother, Miss Kathleen j3lafth&ard\: has Ida Lot to-wit one :(1) Block .Hoventeer. I I''
the veranda. which overlooks the Winnie Boulware Laddl Boul- per Sent! of charge-8. Through this medium I desire Mrs. Chase visited Mrs. Motile returned home aft. j- delightfulvisit In Ward City Section 8 Twp '.
.. lake a lovely background of summer Elkay Car- Leases of safety deposit boxes Harrell afternoon. in Jacksonville, U' 20 Kust.:
.. ware, Hugh Walters to express my sincere appreciationfor Sunday The aH:. HHinent of said prop Tt)
%, beauty. lisle, William Crews, Charles Pen- 10 per cent of rental-I. the loyal support and vote given Miss Mae Prevail visited Miss :Mr. and Mrs. J. tie and two under the said ceitlflrntn' IvMuvflIn -
: A color scheme of blue and pink 2 cent each-72. the name of Aim. O W. Malm,
Warren and Billy Pow Checks Juanita Priest Sunday afternoon. sons of Jacksonviljemd sisters,
- decorations dot Dewey me for member. of the school Un I".... said certificate shall b, uileemecl -
J c was carried out in the ,, ell. Boats, various rates (effective board> in last Tuesday's primary Mr. and Mrs. William Moore of Mrs. Cliff Atklnsot,\ of MlftwJ and aurfirdinK, to ,iltiw: tax dued
the bridge covers, and the wrapping -_, > July 1)0.5.Total I will continue serving my district Oviedo spent Sunday at Starke Kathleen BlanchaM. ,>t Lawtey will Issue thereon, on 'the 1st day .1
A. 13. 1932U.
q of the prizes. Mrs. R. F. Dem- CIRCLES OF MKTIIOUIST miscellaneous and stamp and county with ;;the same faith- with friends and relatives. spent the weck-en.4. Klngsley August. W. ALDERMAN
,. orest was the winner of the high taxea--197.5. Dale Strickland Lake. Clerk of Circuit Conn!
; TUEMlV: ful Miss Dorothy
TO MEET service.
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j ;. ; prize. and Mrs. Junius Smith was -- .\ Total additional tRxes-958.5- T MOORE. has been spending a while in Starke Mr. and Mrs. \f. Ci.::) Woolen 7.1.61729.HEALTH .
awarded second high. Guest prizes I Increased rates effective -5-J. ----- ". .
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Prevatt. -
_ The circle of the Methodist W. with Pauline I .. ;
wefe presented to Mrs. Silver, Mrs. :M:. S. will meet Tuesday afternoonat July 1 and 6)) and other postage REMINDER"" *.' Miss Pauline Prevatt of Starke ---- -

Skidmore and Mrs. Neff. : 4 o'clock Instead of Monday In I leglslatlon-l60. left Sunday for Oviedo to spend a
A salad course was nerved the Total additional taxes and 4--5 5 Mra. Hattie
the following homes. The Harriet postal S S while with her aunt.
: _ _, following guests: Mrs. T. B. MaeS. Peek Circle with Mrs. E. K. Ferryman revenue-1,1135. : Postage>rates ogttrst' class matter Moore: L4 the HOME

ale Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mrs. Junlus. and Mrs. O. W. Taylor as S and air mail effective: July 6, Mrs. Emily Gllsson has been I
t ( Smith. Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Mrs. hostesses, will meet at the homeof I'NIOX: SERVICES': 1932. S' spending a few days In New Smy- 'j''a.ctical Studies for 'Wil1d
W. M. Wainwright Mrs. L. D. Vln- Mrs. E. K. Perryman. The No- Letters and other first class mat rna returned to her home In Starke and 6rCothers

j :: Ing, Mrs. D. A. Montieth. Mrs Len- ble White Circle\ will meet with The Starke Ministerial Association ter. Including that for local delivery Sunday.Mrs. .

_ thall Wyman. Miss Mable Wcller Mrs. O. L. Beasley.KFAKNIIK offers the following schedule at letter carrier offices and Annie Geiger of New Smy- I _
Mrs. Jack Silver of Atlanta Ga.; that for delivery or collection by rna. is spending a while In Starke -V )"
of services to be effective duringthe .
( and Chief Medical' Director
Vlf Mrs. Skidmore of Jacksonville and lULL TOt'CIIKS month of July and August at rural or star route carriers At all with her daughter, Mrs. Emily N/V*< ,*<"'* L.i/. ...........,. Company: ,
j ., _ ', Mrs. H. C. Neff of Jacksonville. CITIZENS FOR S BILLIONS the evening hours only fflces-3 cents an ounce or fraction Glisson. ,

_____ SS Sunday at the Presbyterianchurch of an ounce. Miss Flora Green spent Sunday t1tr FOR ADULTS'I IS '
8 v.n.C.SPF.NU Uncle Sam has balanced his 8:00: o'clock. Air Mail--8 cents for the first afternoon with Miss Marie and
4 TilE DAY I'AKTY budget. It cost like more than the Methodist ounce or fractlorxjjf an ounce and Julia Tison. mixed diet of three meals a dRY
.. Second Sunday at eating labltc\ / n t) adult mean a
4'S .. three thousand million dollars and :church 8:00: o'clock. 13 cents for each additional ounce I Mrs. Estelle Woodard spent! Sunday GOOD no eating tiyt* tj ifipals. It is hardly necessary to add that food
I The W! T. Weeks chapter, U. D. from Tuesday June 21, every man, Third Sunday at the Baptist or fraction of an ounce. afternoon at Elise Maples'. should be eaten slowW) *vl not bolted. No two people are exactly alike and
C., had their annual, spend the day start the No change in the rate on postal Prevatt guest at her baa shown him do not suit
S woman and child paying church 8::00 o'clock and so on. Mrs. was a each person should &\\IOj<1. todta which experience
S s party Wednesday at Kingsley Lake bill. Nearly every citizen, from The object of the association is ards, private mailing or postcards I daughter's Mrs. Huldah. Lee Monday him, or aa it is usually, :zssed, "do AH of us should eat less of tile
at the summer cottage of Mr. and I the $10 a week clerk to the man to strengthen the feeling of fellowship nor on letters for local delivery -I afternoon.I not agree" with him. staple refined articles of diet: e. g.
_ Mrs. L. H. Hill who earns million dollars a yearor /increase attendance and at offices not having letter- I --. meat bread potatoes and sugar i I.
I After a bountiful one o'clock more will contribute. Children enlarge in every way possible the arrier services I I' Mental or ner,4 ntyAui upsets ranous combinations, and use more
l luncheon a abort business meetIng will pay on the new revenue bill, field of church activity through the -.'.... -- S BOOTSEY'S BEACH digestion. If a jxrsOj W\j,"a t*ury but milk and leafy. vegetable. The meet
Sj was held with the president anti so will grandfather with the worries with him tt biy mcivla\ be common available leafy TegeUblcaare
warm season.It
Mrs. L. G. poWflll,*presldlng. Col. nickels and dimes they spend for aim .- I Gs.kIn. t' should eat then only jiC) ((t>f. goods md lettuce celery, broccoli cabbage
S ________ should be the of every ROOSEVELT THe MANCoiriaM j tn tr. i hard ,
that ,
donation not anything pceipttzttea
W. T. Weeks a soft drink candy spinach kale Brussels sprouts, water
chewing gum Christian to use these services for
S _ <
for work on the part a.J| U,J digestive,
td chapter
_ five dollars tobacco, theatre tickets, etc. the spiritual good of the people of lie sliouU\ this meal Cre llo turnip tope, mustard IR"DIIt"bee
St which he was given a rising vote,i Gasoline, electric light bills, automobiles Starke. We want to keep going Mrs. W. C. Cason and daughters apparatus The. C\t to a tops and dandelion leaves.

vote of thanks. The chapter voted tires and accessories and at a good pace at the time so Misses Okie Lee, Mildred and S man very who slowly.comes to tb eattlo! la\,JL5 spplies ttml out Once a day a liberal serving of
S to send five dollars to the fund I most of the commodities not taxed to Come Cassie Mae and Percy Casonof cooked greens should be eaten, and
i i many are trying quit. goo and exhausted. It i J."f" tl 1a''A .J iaablo
: K for needy Confederate women. The since days of the World .War will out of all usual hiding places and Raiford spent Sunday here the to take about one quA 't o(tUk a day. at]least once day a raw, green salad.
president appointed the followingS I contribute. The rich are hit hard wait with God In these these' ser guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gas- This may be used a> .. l peqrage' or I These foods have the advantage, not
_ nominating commute: Mrs. J. T. :est. The new Income tax rates are vices. No Christian feels better taken In ice-cream*, cry m Soups only of supplying necessary Vlta
; Moore. Mrs. E. K. Perryman, and made retroactive to last January 1. for having wasted God's only day. : kins.Mrs.]' Jean Cankins and family creamed vegetables, tti ttnia. eto. mines, but they also help to correct. I

14 Mrs. George W. Roberta. I JJome of the new taxes became effective Let: us pray for a great season of attended church at Kingsley Lake Of course, in additiOjt' tq tpillt each constipation and encourage mwiticntion tena-
'1 In the afternoon conversation when President Hoover praise and advancement in the Sunday.Mr. individual should drtyk 'y\t f freely and art bulky foods which aoJ-
I L [ (A"V and swimming were enjoyed, and feigned the bill June 6. Others, Including Lord's work generally. and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon and each day. A glass of ftav%* ofl ruing to assuage the pangs of hunger

;. ) Just before the guests departed ice the three-cent letter postage W. F. Jones Secy. daughter, Miss Eva!: Rlgdon, of and one or two betye tj 'jopals are discourage oyereating.
and cake were served. become effective on.July._ Pastors will announce the above Starke were the guests of Mr. and advisable to supply t\t txyly:; With the Fill up on the salad early in tJoe t
following persona were pres- while a few go into eftwt July 1. I schedule! Sunday and urge .attend- Mrs. R. N. Crawford Sunday. fluids Decenary toy i I.(..* \l kcep. meal, and there will be less likrlih.wlof
S Mesdames S. E. Brownlee There la no objection Q the) moderate eating too much of the other
: Most of the new taxes_ however, since. Miss Frankie: Lou Murrhee, t ,
Wall, Chas. Dinkins, P. E. become effect June 21at. Dkle Lee and Mildred Cason and uso of tea and coffee for) adults, article*-on the menu. Incidentally
_ \ Sr., J. E. Wilson! E. K. The amount 6f they are attended church except that where *bey are lined! such a diet U cheaper than one coo-
money Mr. Cason
Percy -
H. B. McLendon. E expected to bring into the treasury The board of public Instruction at Kingsley Lake Sunday.Mr. lcration.
..1 portaut ooD8
; Burns W. G. Halle, A. M. (in millions of dollars) are; >f Bradford county, will receive and Mrs. L. J. Norman and In regard to the roft4 o. <,( cooking
L. <3. Powell J. W. An- I Income tax: (effective last Jan bids on bus route known aa the daughter, Cleo, and L. M. Murrhee I. vegetables and mcaV, it i Ie 'tat' to
_ O. L. Haynes W. E. Torode uary 1.) 5 Starke-Vanderbilt route, until 4:00: spent Sunday at Highland the avoid fried foods aa PXdch.AH, {OIIIIlble.I QUESTIONS
Miner E. S. Matthews J. M. Individual: Normal tax ratea, 4 >. m., Saturday, July 9th 1932. Information t guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Norman I The method of- ccAfiU dues not All wives and mothers houM
S. L. H. Hill. G. W. Rob- per cent and 8 per cent, exemptions can be had at the office term to be as unport\>4t Si.. the fact be able to answer these quet-tiou.,
L. A. Davis, O. L. Beasley J2.30O and '$1.000--63. Surtax .I food shoulJ to ) 1. What are disadvanUV
the ItboOugbly
( of Supt. of school. L t- !olt. and Mrs. Ancil Thompsonand that ( When .ho UaolaJ j
Misses Middle- tried foodsT 2.
4 and, Amelia Ray Beverly rates Income, 1 in per excess cent of on$1.000,000-88-net Income in A. J. Grlffls, Supt. other son relatives.Kenneth have returned together home with reeked b.calenf 3. How n-i.? h ,

'I S Beatrice Miner, Mary Lucile No earned Income credlti' 27. Total Births after a delightful visit to Miami. 1 Fried foods five t'be jvjiv1dii'd : tester should-be drunk dsdyim.5M. --
Mrs. ,G. W. Marks and 178. more fat than is \iscnJeey> and, ,... .. .
; Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae While there they were the guests N. I. L-I
Marjorie Sue of DeLand If here tt Eittng. 1Faiiitfla further some chemical c *ngo takes
Corporation: Increased
Starke June 23rd. 3
daughter of Mr. and )lIt. Roscoe Sapp.
*. from IViJ Wend FkttolR fat of Thist2th.sirtthcfasefle."Iarticle.
: M. Oliver, of Baldwin, and from 12 cent to 13 cent- place in the during ihy proees*
5 per per Mr. and Mrs. Wesley' Bryan, Robert Crawford and Thomas II'
'which tend to ** the on HtaUh in tt* Hot
Boyd of Hardeeville, 22. exemption'eliminated-IS. Consolidated l>r.* nt*Uve John C. Rankta otMiiuilsalppl frying, not? _
Lawtey. son, June 25th. favor Franklin I). Murrhee were Visiting Rudolph ,.,,,..,.h,* of jw'cls" VitI' lCve a.ea .fooIi, truth .,..u.iN on A_ g.
chapter adjourned for their return additional rate of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Howard itooaecit as the! V >)ci ..C Chutm and Charnle Yarborough at .............. ..........."'" I ., -
:'1-4 of 1 per cent-3. Total _1. itarke, ion, June 29th. a.:. for the 1'reakbny. Vanderbilt Sunday afternoon. :

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relatives. They will also visit t !
relatives in Canada The Croon Sets A banker first publication of whichis EVERGREEN: d

1 -- -- -Ft4N made In thri'Florida Grower for .
Bits of Typewriter ribbons and carbon July, out this w ek. Mr anti Mrs Bryant Reddingand

' paper for sale at the Telegraph office New Style In Singing Proceeds in part of levies on meter daughter of th"state farm, ,, ".',

fuels and of general sales taxes were visiting his mother, Mrs. H. J
I both would bo utilized In liquidating F. Redding Sunday.Mr. v

: local Nevi Miss Lois Colley returned home city county and district Indebtedness and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and '\

Sunday from Fort Meade and Winter resulting from expendituresfor children spent Sunday afternoon '
Haven where she spent several highway construction If the with Mr and Mrs. C. A. Pringle.

I Concerning Our People, Business and months. She was accompanied by Ware proposals were accepted. Miss Doris! Reddish spent last
her brother Mr. D. D. Colley and A portion of the revenue from week here with her slater, Mrs '
Progress of the County and Town.I Mr. Blackburn of Winter Haven the taxes! also would go to the Cohen Peelo. I i'I'

I for the week-ent! and her nieces state for the expense of the gov- Mr. and Mrs Frank Crews were I'

\ and nephew Alleita, Teola and ernmental agencies al Tallahassee visitors to the stat farm Sunday. t ,
_ZICI! _=-.... -aQ------- -525r1a 525? ur25u u'Z525Z52St5Z 525xv ... Sam Gullispie, of Fort Meade fora and elsewhere, sail, to maintain Mr and Mrs Ury Reddish and f iy

WEATHER REPORT Mr. and Mrs A. C. Durden of visit. roads, IU portion of the advalorem I children Wateroak, spent Sun ,

I Tampa, will spend this weekendin on real estate to be relinquished. day here with their daughter, Mrs I a
. omptlerl by Starke Branch, U. Starke with their son-in-law and Among those attending the Me- Realty In the country districts Cohen I'I"ele. ,
Forestry Department. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beas- morial services of the late Mr. J ,I I then would.be taxed: only for coun- I. Mr and Mrs. A. B. Rosier aad ;
weeklng June 28, 1932. ley. S. DUtch at the state farm Sun t| ty indebtedness other than! road children and Mrs. Hester Saop '(I

'err Max. Min. Prccip. day afternoon were: .Mr and Mrs. i bonds, for county government pent Sunday here with l\fli. and, t
[amI n 94 70 Good window Mimic SUe nl E. S. Matthews, Mrs. !i. B. Mc b ,,cottta and for the public Bchooli. I Mrs. J Q. Rosier. t I( I

I,iro "; 95 70 Slump's Sale Lendon Mr. and Mrs It L. Brown- City ml vn(or ems would defray. municipal Mrs J. S. Roster was visiting I
In.4. 100 74 lee Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh expenses. nut for debt sor her daughter Mrs, J. M. Router at I

Bjnitm' ;.. 96 73 Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson Mrs. vice. Woociluwn Thursday. '"

!e .94 73 family returned Saturday from W. f:. Middleton and Miss Hazel Under the system suggested: by Mr and Mrs Waldo Prlngle,; 'I \'

[''In'.7 93 72 Jacksonville Beach where they Middleton. Mr. Ware farmers and growers spent Sunday afternoon, with Mr.
line !' 89 71 .01 spent several days. -- -- would not; be compelled to pay either and Mrs Cohen Pccle. ,t

-. Mr. Eugene Matthews who gasoline or sales taxes which A. J. YarbroiiRh was veiling B.K !
3h;, W P Randall of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White and graduated from Journalism at Co- I were for use In defraying the debts Rosier. Sunday ,".

lillepent( Tuesday In Starke. family and Mrs. J. W. White spent lumbia University In New York of municipalities. ...' ',,i -;'-' ,,iii: Oloij "r-
Sunday In Green Cove Springs with returned home Tuesday and'. will President. of the Leexburff First ,
Jlls Leah Struth spent the week Rev L,. O. Ray upend a while here with his-parents National (
hank Mr. Ware, Is the
Inn with relatives Mr. and Mrs.
Starke E.
m S. Matthews -
first and only director from Florida FORSALE
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Yelvington .
the board of I,
on the Atlantic Reserve
[ Mrs A S. Crews and C. H. Nas- of Hastings, will spend Sunday I thews. While at Columbia Mr. BankRecently ,'! titf

I'orlh. spent Wednesday In Jack- with Mrs. Yelvington's parents, Matthews was made a member of p I r- I f
Mr. and the he was also appointedas I
[ Mrs. George Gardiner. honorary journalistic fraternity -
invlllc ,
J)2!):!!) Che\rolet I
-- Sigma Delta Chi. the sole representative of the truck, .,

!>tllllll.'.* Sale still on With new Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jordan of Mrs. D. H. Donaldson and Miss state In the Reconstruction Finance i
Wrlghtsvllle. Ga. Corporation. !rood condition, ready to(
'argalos' eaeh, day returned to their t
home Tuesday after, a visit here I Typewriter ribbons and carbon ----.-
Miss Hazel Adkins bf> Galncs- with their daughter, Miss Pearl paper for sale at the Telegraph of- Miami Bench. $250,000 worthof haul. I'J.'K!): ) Chevrolet 't't

tile i rs expected home for the Jordan. fice. new building to get underwayhere
\eek.end. soon. :i' foadxttr like Hu-w. I'M!): 1
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jordan Misses Mrs. W. II. Perkins, Miss Eunice v4O Lake City $150000 expenditure r. '

I Mrs W E. Brown of Jackson- Melrose Jordan Jerlnel Jordan and Perkins and Mr. Warren Perkins l approved for Immediate Improvement Dodge/ coupe with rumble
julle, spent Monday with Mrs. H. Lucile Wimberly of Wrlghtsville. have returned from Lakeland after e 1 1ZILLI.A I of Veterans' Hospital t 1

A. Brownlce. ', Ga., are visiting Miss Pearl Jor- attending the funeral of their I: facilities here.Duytomi I seat like new. Sec
dan. grandson and nephew Perkins Bench Bids. to be opened "

Jlr and Mrs. S. E. Blitch of the Trask who passed away Monday. D.AWS ON'J soon for construction of proposed '

Late farm, were visitors in Starke Mrs. P. F. Maguire and daughter aaHdaldkas4eda. post office l' JAKI;
olldltY. Sue, of Orlando are guests of I Mr. and Mrs Carl MUler of Savannah Kustls $70OOO) post office may

her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Ga., were the guests of be constructed here.
Mrs! W J. Epperson Jr., ofJacklonvlJle. Darby.Mr. her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs. ., ,Mn..l,9rn ureet"kofalBaC .vra1feI/sue.,4artknwi ClearwRter First National and!] t.Roberts '

spent Tuesday with W. S. Clark Saturday and Sunday. People's National flanks merged' ( Il

blr.. H. C. Wall. and Mrs. R. J. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Miller are on their Many Singers ]Now Know "The commercially successful under name of First National hank
family and Mrs. Ida Wells Tatum honeymoon trip being married last Hinders are nearly nil crooners, Fort Pierce Preliminary work : Starke
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick mo- will spend Sunday and Monday In Wednesday. They will make their This Trick, Declares that is, lingers who con tabloid started by Growers Fertilizer Co., tit
lored to Jacksonville Tuesday and St. Augustine with Mr. and Mrs. home In Savannah. Lillian DawsonNew their voices into the microphone on erection of building to house

( afternoon.Kote C. C. Tatum. The exact opposite: means are used plant. ,. silt ,
the ""
pent -- in the control of volume of tone. ei '"u.
York City.-That broad "The most popular crooners can-
23ctump's! Sale. Mr. Owen Griffin of Tampa, en- PKICKS oo iiir.iiKit. I Iir
casting has done more than any not be heard a foot awny from the
route to St. Augustine, where he FIRESTONE nuns other agency to give tho luturul, microphone. They sing, with a l ,, 'Ik
Mrs William Struth is spending has accepted a position, spent u.iU-uined. singer en opportunityis peculiar softness akin to a whU- 7iiEJ!
iihlo\ week in Jacksonville with her Wednesday with hid mother Mrs.O. Car, owners of this city were the opinion of Lillian Dawson, per which the ether waves seem to
I"hlldren. J. Griffin. strongly urged today by Mr. J. W. famous radio ciooner pick up anti transport with greater
Andrews, Jr., of the Ford Motor "Crooning which! has become so clarity than any other sound. >3>IG SAYINGS!
Miss Eva Fugate of Jackson- Mrs. J. W. Killian of Black Company local Firestone dealer, popular cannot bo dono according They must also. hove songs/: of

I stile, is visiting her sisters, Misses Mountain, N. C., arrived Sunday I to buy tires now In prepartlon for to rule and rote of the singing (great: 'A sweetness. and melody For You suchas ;
Big Rouqiint
(Katie and Virginia Fugate. to be with her father, Mrs. J. their Fourth of July automobile uncr"," declares Mi.os: Dawson: nrobnblvi, tho croontngesfe
.- -- .- Truby, who passed away M'I trips. "In fflcl, it is contrary to all neented "- ever written." song
Mrs. D. H. Donoldson and Miss morning. "There Is no reason this year" rul"8 of the great masters
"1 npv'rlhe1t'sl a.pow sweet tone Mini\ Dawson corns of a familyof
Ella Fay Cill were visitors in said Mr. Andrews, "why anyone in'.. e"olv1ji", l n cono'eten sinners and Is the first untrained ..
llicksonville Wednesday. Mrs. J. M. Alvarez' and Mrs. D., I' should risk spoiling his holiday en- '- .
...i m singvoff technique is I voice 1her\ theatrical + 11f
A. Montieth motored to Jackson, joyment by driving on worn and 'nmlly 'a ike od ( \. r I t.
B >Jlr> T N. Kendrick spent sev- ville Monday and was accompanied unsafe tires. Motorists now have ).
In Chlefland and Bell this home by Mrs. W. P. Ran-'I a wonderful opportunity to equip ----

I week. dall and children for a visit. their automobiles with new tires jl 1
at the lowest prices In history. r'It' i 1

Mr. Smith of Madison Miss Melrose Jordan Miss Lucite With an excise tax on tires and I + Do You Know ? + I f x ,! l*

was a visitor in Starke Monday Wimberly and Miss Jerinel tubes effective on June 21 It is unlikely .. A 7 tr : i t
Jordan of Wrlghtsvllle, Ga, are that the chance to buy at 1 1H5
spending three weeks in Starke the prcvallng low range of prices t'f

5 pc (Curtain. 39r Stump's Sale with Miss Pearl Jordan. will continue much longer. '
I "With the Fourth of July holiday

Mrs. L 0. 'Crenshaw of Cole- Humming Bird Hntn 79o, "IStump' close at hand and with an eventual rTw ..e e ,

i-an, Is the guest of Mrs. L. S. .. Suit Remember they increase In price Inevitable, no one Lowest Prices in History! .
'into this week. : are guaranteed. hould miss this unusual opportunity. ,c ,
The pleasure you derive froma STOP IN BEFORE t

Mr Walter Crenshaw of Jack- Dr. H. B. McLendon 1st Lieu- motoring: trip over the Fourth <'
j,nville, was the guest of friends tenant in reserve officers training depends on your tires It Is the YOU START OUT 'I

I; Starke Wednesday camp at Carlyle Barracks, Pa., has unwlsest economy to mar your Don't celebrate your 4th of r
returned from encampment there whole day through tire failure. The July trip with tire blowouts.

Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of and several days visit in New money saved In trying to squeeze Nothln wrecks! the holiday '
hmpa, will weekend York the last few miles out of a tire is
spend the frame of mind (so completely
lulta Dr and Mrs. E. L.. Biggs. -- '' Insignificant compared with the a5 a struggle 1 b; the rondsic'i 1 .
Mrs. R. J. Davis! and Miss Hazel expense and worry of an accident, with flat tire. 'Il gl.'d.'y!' ,
I' with a I' I 1
Mr and Mrs. W. L. Edwards and Mlddleton spent Monday in Jack possible injury to the motor- inspect tire equipment "
ist and his family, result of your rbeforehand.
as a
I tile daughter, Fredrlka, spent the sonville. Mrs. Davis was accompanied '
veek-end In Starke with relatives.Mr home by her mouser' Mrs. smooth or worn tires failing to { :
Ida Wells Tatum, who Is her guest stop the car In an emergency."In NEW LOW 'PRICES

and Mrs. Chas. F. Ward and for this week. addition to the present low NEW HIGH QUALITYLatit
cost of tires, values have been ? ,
Ira W .
E. Bullard and children .
(were visitors in Jacksonville today. Mr. Frank Deering, Jr., of Jacksonville greatly Increased. In Firestone Hfvtltn (;" n.d r
will conduct services at tires the gum-dipped cords, two COODYEAUSPEEDWAY: i
extra! gum-dipped cord plies under i t
Col and Mrs. J. E. Futch of De- the Episcopal church Sunday
the tread and the extra tough, slow kF ,
d. spent the weekend at the morning. Mr. Deering will have SupertwUt Cord Tlrn l
f"me of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brown- charge of the services every other wearing non-skid tread give the
'e. Sunday In each month. : motorist the lowest cost per tire CASH: I'lMfrS! : :, ; r1T 3 3Ph.

mile In history. These are con- .. Lnrh 6.

Mrs.! James Godbold and son, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson struction features" found in no oth- n..nl.e Pull, = C. 'rube r .. } a
er make of tire.
Mmes, jr.. Of Jacksonville were had as guests Tuesday, Mr. and ;-;; &\ '
:29x4.402129i4.502l.. ;
Jests this week Mrs. Mrs. R. L. Epperson and family 31,59 93./9 ,
of Mr. and i
Plant Office of ( Mt9 4
S. City --- Attorney .. .. ) .9 3.79'H }
Dowling. and Mr. W. J. Epperson Jr., and James D. Bruton, Jr., remodeled. 3014.50-21.! ..... 3.95 3.03 .91 r ,
Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson of Three miles-road to be surfaced 2814.79-19..... ....5 4.S0 .94 !

.\11 Hummer Hats on sale at Lawtey. reducing distance between Clearwater ..::.ji' '-"",,... ; ... -- 1nnm'/ Iu!, Ii 29i4.7S-20...... 4.70 ...:7 ,91 p
lump's Sale. : 29x50019.! ..... ....S ...7% I.00 I ( !

Every Silk Drain. marked dawn, and Brooksvtle. .'....,.. ftnttt* KiliuHtl /1/1. .trr 30I3.00-20...... ...., 4.UC 1.14 ..
] 31x5.00-21..... ,.a!: ....t 1.16 .a it t''
iaa I Flora Belli Jackson of In Stump's Sal. .," *.- the tamest- bird In the woe'* li t1: Canada Jay It la ionti. 31(5.29-21..... S.9t S.f2! 1.56 i l
'+'iaeavlle! will spend the 'week- A % L....... called the "WMakey Jack" and It nearly alwaye to be fo.ml 30131/a' It 11.CI. 3.39 3.30! ,eb j, ,' 1d f
1d with her sister, Mrs. D. P. The Methodist Woman's Missionary GENT' WORD aound footing ground or acs,rtI: lumber camp This latter '')H
-'fpenter. Society met at the church may account for a mperitltlon rmany old lumber jack In nO*lh.
Monday afternoon. The study of! COLUMNWANTEDTo ern Canada that the Canada Jay Is e' il of lumber met who i,.* I Quality Values
:MId lur''" the logging .. ..ss. The !
s'r. or sere <| t1c.t"G'A: Offers '
I and Mrs. H. L. and the book "Korea the Land of the . .. .. .. Only Goodyear
Brownlee ...*+* Jai brte ly helping ,1"l n.,if from < .' ft,> rj> ; .
r.and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh spent Dawn," was begun. Mrs. E. K. buy a few piecesof Fuen.rasfiJetime&ueruntacd 4' :, a6j}

[Irl"'May at the state farm with Perryman, leader of the study circle very old furniture (antiques), WARNING IS8L"EI) AGAINSTADVKUTISI.M1 been that- ur.! will be-. o.opportunity COODYEAT.PATHFINDER a '
J. S. bad charge of the meeting.:
Biitch.I tables, chairs, dressers and other SOLiCiTORS whatever for the distribu- ,
pieces. It doesn't matter whether tion of any books, booklets or Supertwtit( Cord Tires ,
I Mr! !,. a W. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F. Ward those $
Halle and daughter it l is in good repair or not pamphlets except prepared
'arJorle Sue of DeLand are the have returned home from South Prices must be reasonable if notI TheFlorida public l Is warned to under the direction of the Florida CASH PRICFS Mk'I k : ;

IQI3 >f her parents, Mr. and I' Florida. They were 'accompaniedby am not Interested. Address be wary of solicitors for advertising commission and those will be devoted Full I Prlc.of ).rh luM.r. _
11. A M. Darby. Mr. Ward's daughter Mrs. W. C. E. Parker 13: E. Adams St., space In book descriptive of exclusively to descriptionsof .,.. I| f-rlt r.r., Tuba P'-:" Sp j
--- E. Bullard and her children. Bill Jacksonville Fla. 5-22-tf. Florida and Its resources, with the the resources o* the state. J'rs4,4U-Jt La.79 04.eS i1iD3 r t30s4,5q r
11r. and and Ann who will visit with them understanding that they will be distributed "Positively no advertising mat.j
Mrs Chas F. Ward, FOR RENT' house from the Florida building: 21 5.43 Lt7 f.c3 .a t'29x4.75.10 '
h W E. for a while. --Eight room ter of any kind of a private or
Bullard :
and children 2814.75-
II 8l.d: Ann and bath. A. F. Murrhee, Starke, at the Century of Progress exposi- even of a community nature, except 6.43 6,24 .SS
a1lleaVllle Tuesday.were visitors to Mr. Joe Edwards and sons Joe, Fla. 0-24-tf. tion in Chicago next year. as the latter may be 'included 29x300-19 6.If 4.45 1.17 n.

Jr., and Elbert spent the weekendin Earl W. Brown, manager of the in the Florida commission's publication 30XS.OD-20 6.75 6.SS 1.3
fiery Sarasota with Mr. and Mrs. R. FOR SALE Strawberry plants Florida exhibit has been asked by will be distributed from 30[3 ....,_., 4.07 3.95' rl3ea3kay17
day I. bargain at by bed or by the 1000. WitmerHoitzendorf q,19 4.06 e0 11 'I3aa3K09.Cr
day .
O. Daniel. They were accompanied Starke. many who say they have been so- the Florida exhibit on the exposition !
6.242te'WANTED .'
4,39 4.16
wp'1Sale. home- Mrs. Edwards and daugh- Icltateti to take apace In books, grounds," said Mr. Brown. t
by 321.......... 7.59 7.3f 1.2' + t
11r.' ter, Elaine who had been spend- RENT-Two booklets, pamphlets and other r j
and I TO room
:MM- Roy Edwards and while there. forma of advertising'-.,matter, the S\LK.H TAX TO RETIRE BONDS!
(hter Mias Lucile ing a furnished apartment, with, two TRADE US YOUR Of IJ ; ; rt)!
and Mrs. End promoter or4.wh.lch.,.. allege they .
beds, reasonable rent. MIr Adams NEW IJJ GOO1>1'1.\1\ .
pegwlt4 ei Monday In J.ck- Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow leave Shamrock Grill. It. have secured the right to distribute Tampa Fla... June 29 Countyand ,1 i y
ttiveL Friday for Jacksonville where they them free from the Florida district bonds* Issued for road
r. will visit their daughter Mrs. R. FOR SALE-Strawberry plants by building in the Court of States In construction and city debt Incurred REGISTER MOTOR COMPANY r

\?.lIdreu* Mire 3 E. Newton and U.: McDowell and family before the bed or by the'thousand. See next year's exposition in Chicago, mostly In paving streets wouldbe Phone 103J.OUlE.S ,

a>1Cro,have returned home from continuing to North Branch Mich., or communicate with Floyd Crosby Just -what distribution may be ex amortized and ultimately paid "
we-s' Ca.. vhere they spent where they will spend the balanceof or A. J. Griffla, Starke. Fla. pected. off under a new taxation plan de SERVICE STATION
nd< with the summer with friends and 7-1-tf. His answer In every cue: has vised1 by O. G. Ware Leesburg Phone 83 l a'' '

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._- Agricultural News Summer shelters may be made in 4 S S S S S S S Key to the mainland so they can I Citrus fruits and vegeuketecl I 111 .
10x10 use hand cars to haul fish to a In Florida dunn
8, 10 or 12 foot lengths. A
Ii: Service Has liirthday + WRUF FARM FItOGRAMt point where they now load their 1\1-32;
FARM NEWS SECTION A-shaped shelter will accommodate .1 season win have ap.

about 125: Leghorn pullets. It =- Agricultural News Service week should be made S feet high at the S .iiit.
: ly clipsheet of the Agricultural Extension ridge and 3 feet at the sides. The .-.4 ._. 55 Lake Worth-Extension of Lake preliminary annual repm, "In0,>
Conducted By Fla -- Radio pro- Avenue Whlteway west to B street Ida state marketing hurt
Service of the University of perches should be 2 feet from i wi*..
of Interest to housewivesfrom completed.Dade ter Park Herald.
Florida, enters its 18th year of floor. grams
\ : I. T. U1KR County Agent service to Florida newspapers with A small door In the corner shouldbe 9:45 to 10 a. m. and farm programs City-J. W. Tidwell feed to deal In fruit business

: nils: :. I'EVItL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent the issue of July 1, 1932. It was provided for the pullets, the from 12 to 12.45: p. m. will store opened for business on Seventh Jacksonville Plorldn, I 'cat-

i _ _a established on July 8, 1915, and has front door being used only by the be broadcast over WRUF each day street reopened for business.
been issued once each week since attendant. When the pullets are to next week by the Agricultural Extension Orlando -- Florida Pre-cocllng Ualmetto J. L., Ricm," '

LMhSHX; K ASSUMI.NO): I says the'Idaho Farmer. "Yet farmers that time, without missing a week. be handled, a small catching crate Service. Principal among Co., granted charte to operate chased store of Z. V. i Mi,. Dur,
:' r met\Tf.t: IMI'OKTVNtK themselves have a direct responsibility During its 17 years which have can be placed in front of the small the scheduled talks on the Florida precoollng plants. i II 011

L IN STATK'H: I'AKMINO for this situation."As Just closed It has carried nearly door. farm hour are the following: Tarpon Springs-Economy Mar. Tampa Bayahore oad n. 1I, Gi,.

a matter of course every 10,000 different stories of agricul- All four sides are covered with Sat., July 2 Florida farm news ket moved to new location. lette.
*. : Livestock looms large on the: farmer spends a good deal of mon- tural news information, hints and wire either 1 or 1 1-2 inch mesh. and hints. Farm editorial snapshots --.-.- -- -...-.-- .-_--=._-=._: --- -
3 Florida horizon ey equipping his farm with Implements suggestions about Florida farmingand The floor should be covered with : -- --- --,,'"

There are two principal reasons of production. He putsa farm and home life. 1 inch wire. If a wooden floor Is Mon., Musical program.

for this First is the eradication large Investment Into land and Acordlng to .T' Francis Cooper used wire should be placed under Tues, 5-The black hickory aph

$. ,, of the cattle tick from a greater tools so that he can produce a crop. present editor of the clipsheets it neath ,the perches to prevent the Id-Fred W. Walker. Farm ques- AUCTION

., and grater area' of the Btate. Sec But how much money Is he willing has been widely clipped and reprinted 1[ulleta from coming In contact with tion box.

ond is the fact that livestock fit In to Invest In equipping for market- by Florida newspapers the droppings.As Wed., 6-Mildew and leafspot of

; well as an extra cash crop and extra Ing? How ready is he to part witha i since it was first established. Thus fall months approach and the zinnias-Erdman West Primer for Fc CONTRACT

k ; cash crops are needed now as few dollars to Invest In the stock : it has helped the newspapers of pullets begin to lay, they shouldbe town farmers.

". they have not been needed In sometime or capital of hU cooperative\ ? Florida to render their readers a moved from the summer'shelterto Thurs., 7 -- Summer cultural mi by Wynne

t ,- Add to this the fact that "Until this Investment in ma- first class service in the field of agricultural the laying house practices in pecan groves-O. H. Ferguson

4 t moat cluxHes of livestock and live- chinery Is built up somewhat after information. Since Florida The ralny season Is a good timeto Blackmon Spuds Johnson visits J_ Author -PRACTICAL AUCTION .BRIDGE"

f t tock, products. are In good demand the same fashion that Investmenthas Is primarily an agriculturalstate start permanent pastures and the county agent. a

now, and it in easy to believe that been made on the productionside this service haft been a big save on the livestock feed bill later Frl, 8 -- The County Agent and Coziirbt, 1941 by lloyle, Jr.

,, ; : livestock will\ assume a place of can satisfactory results be one, Indeed says Mr. Cooper. ,, -S t'oudtry Development-Norman R.

tt :: greater Importance In the, state's expected. ?" Mr. Cooper has been editor of the Solar Heater Uses Mehihof. A Taylor County Farmer ARTICLE No. 31 "

/ ..: agriculture. 'I clipsheet for the past 7 1-2 years, Succeeds with Poultry-R. S.
:' That Florida, because of its climate PUT" lions IN C.OOD and R. M. Fulghura has been assistant Sun's Rays to Heat Dennis.On One <>( t-c* puzzling queqtinnt that tional strength but rarely 111 the. 'w:

4 has ajmoHt favorable grazing ('ONDI'riOV KrOKE editor for nearly! three years. Home 'Water Supply Saturday!; July 2, from 12.30: ur[I'crpi..ea Cunuatt| : the iti average how ro I player distinguish Auction be- doubled.judgment For to that regard reason such ;. I', <"'od
PI.ACINO ON frKKD; to 1:30: m, EST, the regular a d"ul.I ,
Is without That S p.
season question. -- I (went a f b'ituti.ni! double, (that is, one invariably as an informator,1"lIhle., .
Florida livestock! : raisers do not : : Usnt; L'CTI"E Ttit3lITEMKILI.E1) ': monthly 4-H club broadcast will be intended la def al the contract), and Partner should bid either his
,.,Q take fullest advantage of the I Gainesville, Fla; July i In the ; BV FVMKMTION' I Gainesville, 'Ia.--'I'he sun.. is a made over the NBC chain from I an infoimitory double: ((that is, one or, if his own suit is too weak cot iwt(sun of

: p :: state's grazing poHHlblJities likewise month most farmers either are splendid source of energy for heatIng Washington. ...kinil partner for a bid). There is no his partner's suit.
is without question. Roughage turning their hogs Into the fields WITH CALCIUM' CYANIDE the home water supply, says S- I :ettei wy to au ener this question than Sixth: Suppose the dealer buls one

'la the cheapest feed and the cheapest of feed crops or are making plans Frazier Rogers, professor of agri- by a IAreulcusid"rdti"n! of the usual spade second hand bids two hcarti
) to Gainesville, Fla. Termites if cultural In the" IIitu"bonsin wliii; lit the point involved: and the dealer's
roughage is pasture It to do so. Every farmer wants engineering Uni- I partner doublet. II
grass. Fiat; : A double of of suit of
one a or
the best possible results from left undisturbed will soon eat one versity of Florida. Solar water HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES this double intended to defeat the
is with little get
possible, trouble, to ;one no trump always is a request forpartnttr's contract is it
and sometimes dur- out of house and home once they heaters are coming Into use thru- or informatory and asking
suit. The
S establish pastures In Florida which this feed crop smallnesg of the partner for a bid? There is
1? will provide grazing for nine ing the rush some things are neg- get started In the house. {They are out the state. [Weekly from Home Demonstra- contract I: precludes any desire on thedoublet's about this 'situation. The double no doubt
later Insects of a dirty white color, about The department of part &&it defeat the contract u
months out of twelve. Pastures lected that reduce the profits agricultural lion Specialist Tallahassee j made after hearing from partner and
1-4 Inch long, whose chief food Is engineering has a solar water heater -, unleut his parWr has the necessaryetr"n..th therefore must be intended to defeat
; ; i:4: good permanent pastures, are essential on. in his hand. In that
wood; thus they are very destructive -, constructed over a year ago by own case, the contract. The doubler is acting not
for the
in of "
: greatest success district agent i how
H. O. Clayton, \or, partner should be on the
to dwellings and other build- a student In the of only on his own hand but also on ha
either dairying or beef cattle rals- College Agrlcul- alert and for the .
the Agricultural Extension Service COOKIES FOIl HOT WEATHER try; penalty.Second partner's, the nature of which has been
ings. ture.
has heated water sufficient
: The double of original
ing. an
makes the following suggestions shown by the original bid of one spade
TJie beef cattle industries are being regarding hogs to be put on feed. Fumigation with calcium cyanides : hot for household purposes Cookies are a delight to old as bid of two iu trump, however, ill a For that reason any double made afte

\4 helped by the eradication of the Hogs should be given the serum the best method to exterminate' practically every day in the year, well as young. After they are different should proposition. Such a double partner has bid shoukl always be regarded
( them, according to J. R. Watson, and on most of the summer days indicate the desire of the doubter as a business double.
fever tick which i Is being to Immunize
and virus treatment made it is nearly always necessaryto Ito defeat" the" contract and his
j 'i wiped out of the United States. them against cholera before being entomologist with the Florida Experiment the water Is hotter than Is needed. keep them hidden or locked up should pits unless his hand is of such Seventh:Suppose the dealer bids one

Florida l Is one among the last feed- put; on feed. Each year some farmers Station. He suggests Temperatures as high as 190 and to prevent the youngsters or old- a freak type that a bid of his own suit spade, second hand passes, the dealer
putting one.pound of the cyanide to 95 degrees Fahrenheit have been isacKisaUe. It partner bids two hearts fourth hand
isn't good judgment
left to
Ing grounds for the tick, but neglect to do this and every sters from slipping into the pantry and the dealer and second hand
every 100 cubic feet of be- registered the water in double tvo nn trumps and ask pass
this but space by Septem- partnerto
? pest slowly systematically who have an
year there are some neath the between meals.Following bid, three of his suit for the doubles. Is such a double intended to
building. Stretch br reason
1 ,
being eradicated In this state. outbreak of cholera about the time paper are some recipes for that if tile two no trump bid is sound, defeat the contract or is it informatory
Purebred beef sires can be brought the hogs are fat, and lose not only from the sills to the ground, leav- The solar heater consists of absorber delightful cookies In which honey a three bid is doomed to defeat before ,and asking partner for a bid? The

& In to build up the quality of our their hogs but feed crops as well. ing an opening on each side thru coils and storage tank, the li used. The first two are especially U is made. That: is only common sense. answer to this seems simple. If secondhand

,, beef animals. Better quality animals The cost of treatment Is very small which to throw the cyanide. Wet latter being placed above the former for hot weather. These 11md: In the cj.c of a double of a had wanted partner to bid, ht
good could have asked him do
to by
the ground and then sprinkle the I suit bid of little so ;
two a different
command better -
prices on now and it Is cheap insurance. / The absorber consists of a container the AmerIcan question Therefore when
recipes are suggested by doubling one spade. ,
r.rises. It is
l' cyanide evenly over it. Close the usuilly more difficult
the meat markets. Without having Lousy hogs make poor gains, so box usually made of tongue Honey Institute. to dt'i,01 l a suit bid than a no trump he passes one spade and subsequent!)
1' : to support the cattle tick, the clean up the lice before putting openings and the doors and win and groove lumber On the bottom Fruit Filled Refrigerator' Cookies bid; so it.'*, good judgment to bid your doubles two hearts, the reasonable
dows the first floor and
? dairy cows can do more to support hogs on good feed. A coating of on vacate of the box is placed about two These are Indeed a delightfultea own Mill in case partner doubles an conclusion is that he is doubling with
the building for at least 24 hours. intent to defeat the bid. In other word,
w ? their owners. Inches originaluil bid of .
of In
) two.
oil (crankcase dralnings are good waterproofed insulating service. Use the same dough case partner
: I Cheap feeds, tick freedom. and or any of the creolln dips used according Before trying to reoccupy the material, such as cork board or for Chocolate Refrigerator doubles t suit bid of three, it usually l la if a player his first doesn't double an opponent'douhleof ibid
i ". markets for building open up and allow It to air given better judgment to try to defeat the opportunity. a
( ? surplus will aid the celotex.
to directions will do the About two inches of con- cookies omitting the cocoa. Allow a subsequent bid is always to be regarded
k well. Remember that contract than to try for a problematical
dairy Industry: cheap feeds, tick trick. cyanide, as crete ((1 part cement and 2 parts as a business double.
refrigerator several bid
dough to stand In of The double of three
your own. a
well the it is
as off -
freedom and extremely
better gas
,, ; quality will* aid Hogs that are wormy should be sand) is placed on this insulation.The days. bid marks the dividing line, for in only Eighth: Suppose the dealer bids one
,> the beef Industry of Florida; both poisonous. coil lew. isolated spade, second hand doubles, the deal
freed of worms before being puton pipes are Imbedded In Mix 1-2 ground dates, 1-2 very case. will an inf -
1 industries should assume parts of When only a few tunnels that crete to about one-half of con-I cup nuts rrn.at"ry double of a three bid be of er's partner bids two or three spade.
more Importance in the state's agriculture feed. Treating hogs for worms termites have made are found In I diameter. cup ground cherries 1-2 cup any value. The double c any higherhid fourth hand and the dealer pass and
of the future. la not a nice job, but It pays. Cal the floor, It Is not advisable to Black pipe about (chopped), adding just enough than three is, of course, always a second hand again doubles. Is tim,
-L S .. omel and santonin, 5 grains each fumigate, simply pour carbon hi- Inch in diameter generally Is used I honey to make It stick together. .buiiieps doutile. double Intended to defeat the contractor
in for the coil. The surface of the Cookies Fourth J the bids is it informatory and asking partner
SHOULD 8TIIESS MAKKKTINU': per 100 pounds weight, given a sulphide in the tunnels Chocolate Refrigerator ; >uppoce dealer one
... capsule are good or oil of chen- I I concrete is painted black also. Use 1-2 cup brown sugar, 1-2 cup no trump, second and th.rd: l hand pass, bra bid? In this case,also,the answer
-- Termites prefer.cool, damp dark fourth, seems simple. Second hand doubled one
A glass covering, such ordinary bid tw) spades and the
as an
1-2 mixed
in I
teaspoonful 1-2 shortening/I
:. "How often we hear the com- opodium, places; therefore such place shouldbe window honey, cup egg denier doul..!t: Is ouch a double in- spade for the purpose of finding out
: plaint that too much stress has a tablespoonful of castor oil for a avoided as much as possible sash is then placed 1-2 teaspoon salt, 1-4 teaspoon tended to deicr.t I'10.contract or is it his partner's best suit. The dealer'i|
I 50 pound shoat or 1 teaspoonful in over the top of the box. The box 1 powder 1-2 has tried block that plan by-
; '1 been put upon farm production and around the building. All rotting soda teaspoonbaklng informaory: and ail ing pirtner for a partner to
:( ; not enough on farm marketing! 2 tablespoonfuls castor oil to a wood should be cleaned In the should be airproof.The cup pecan meats 2 1-2 cups flour, bid? This is. very clt'J.e question but, his shut-out bid of two or three spade<,
grown hog will get rid of stomach up storage tank should be above 4 to 6 tablespoons cocoa, depend lit the wr.tcr's: opinion: should be interpreted If second hand again doublet, he !i
of the
; vicinity building, and no 09 a I.lqb: ...a double The merely repeating his, request.for 'i< bi
r worms. Always give worm treat the coil box because the water will ing on degree of chocolate flavor
wooden structure such as fences original, : bij of n>ti ump md the doubleof and in even more emphatic term-
ment after starving the hog 24 rise as It is heated by the sun. It liked. That is the ,.ible vie, *
or trellises should extend from the the! nine bij shout in' !icnte: in addi- really reason .
OVER WORII:'... hours. ground to the wooden part of the may be an ordinary water tank Insulated Cream sugar, honey, shortening tiun" to the no tiumt, engtli in the point'and the only one that ,;in 1 L

building. The building should be to prevent the loss of heat. egg. Add dry Ingredients, then Mitt bid! and a coii.-e.to defeat!( the taken. ,
NERVES By substituting bacteria for placed preferably on stone or concrete The bottom connection of the tank nuts shape In loaf or place in refrigerator contr ct. ThJt seems t'lily good: jiidg.rcnt. From the foregoing( sumimr) t
chemicals and by adding small should be joined with the bottom cookies mold. Chill sev- < .Tl'e writ'r haJ carl. ully analyzed writer would recommend the tollowm
pillars but wooden posts of informatory and
tIi&: eitu'Ition rcr interpretation
quantities of such city waste, as connection of the absorber and the eral days to allow sufficient ripen- 'c.'lrS and hu cometo
thoroughly soaked in coal-tar creo- the conclueion t hat: a buLin'!s dou bletitrr ness doubles: .
sewage to farm waste productssuch sote are proof against termites. pipe for letting cold water Into the ing of dough. Slice off and bakein bidding: no truinp i in a!!least three A double of:a bid of one no t iruirp'
as cornstalks,. straws and storage tank should ener the tank hot oven ((400 degrees) for about timct (valuable! aa the mformatory of a bid of one, two and possibly t'ir'':*

I hulls, chemists of the U. S. Depart SCJMMRK: ShELTER': FOR near the bottom.rOl'LIJTKYM 10 to 12 minutes. After baking, doublc. It is kUtl an open, question, 'Of a suit i ia mformatory and nsu"
ment of Agriculture hope to pro- GROWING ITLLETH IS S cookies If allowed to stand sev- however, nn-l 1 the writer is only (giving' partner for :a Ui!:J provided the doul
duce building board fiber and fuel INEXI>ENSn"E.IIANU\' .\N \ISEH eral days, are Improved in flavor. (his op:mod for wl.at it is worth. .is mado at first oppo't.J"ity: an.l telr
i Fi.th: Suppose the dealer bids one partner has: mad. :a bij. 1 he <"
and lighting gas by a process Gainesville Fla,--Shelter shouldbe CHICKS AT LOW COST Honey Cookies cnacle, secoiid hand bids two hearts, except:on cccu-s whcn partner bids
f'f'i which will be commercially feasible provided for the growing pullets Honey cookies of all descriptionsare thud and fourth hand pan md the no trump (and then doubled an nd Clbil.

the department says. during the summer, says N. pleasing and the hostess who dej'cr! doubles. Is such; a double intended Such a bid is always :a bjsint
R. Mehrhof poultryman for the Perry, Fla.-After raising 'e.000 would always be prepared will use to defeat the contract or is it double.' : Conversely, a double of a I
rAgricultural Extension Service. It chicks to 10 weeks of age for a honey in her cookie-making because mforr.mtcry' and asking partner: for a of two or more trumps or of (four '
/ Is essential that the pullets receive cost, exclusive of labor, of 27 cents honey cookies improve with bid? Tnic is not a clone question like more of a suit, or a double after par
each. Harry' L. Goodrich local the fourth case, for the bid of a tint ner has bid, or a double not made
proper care and shelter Is needed They need not be made at doubt
farmer age. nti -vly indicates, strength!: in tho suit.. first opportunity, are busmen
during the hot days of summer.. says that good stock rigid the last minutes, they are the better The subsequent double i indicates addi- and intended to defeat the bid.

Summer shelters are cheaply constructed -I sanitation proper feeding and personal for having been made in ad- ,

and,provide more roosting I care are responsible for his vance. Keep them always on hand. Solution to Last Week's Problem -

,; j: 17 P TO your ora In 01'1&-: space Among for less the money.advantages of sum-I success.Mr. Goodrich began raising poultry RACK BOARD TO S Clubs-A Hearts none, 10

No wonder very nerve yon snap at high at the tension.wife mer shelter as listed by Mr. Men last August and by this fall he ,I. MEET JULY 11-12 Diamonds A
't I Spades- 3,2
and bark at the children. A ''-':--. rhof. are that summer shelter is expects to have 1,000 layers. By Hearts Hearts none
Watch out! Overworked -. more easily cleaned. and it pro- strictly following the grow healthy R. B. Burdine of Miami. chair f"ubs-J,7 none : Y : Clubs 1.1"! "

,I1 nerves may lead to Sleeplessness I C APITAJL punishment vides for more ventilation than can chick program planned by himself man of the state racing commission rJiaOlon9., 7 : A U : Diamonds no
Nervous Headache Nervous '- be obtained in an ordinary brooder and County Agent R. S. Dennis. has announced In Miami that Spades-'.6 : Z : Spades l h. 10,
t Indigestion and a host of I fir Arson in Athens house. It should be built on skids, Mr. Goodrich has lost less than 7 the commission will meet in Tallahassee

L other unpleasant disturbance. so it can be moved to clean range, percent of his chicks. In one lot July 11-12 to consider applications r Hearts J, 7, 6
i Why don t you try Dr. Miles Tbo I... I. ...., AllirM nuj. .o. thus of 500 White for permits for horse Clubs- 8
'4 ,' Effervescent Nervine Tablets .......0101.l .by ilralh. \.. "..,... .....to0 ,. giving an advantage in healthto Leghorns. now over li3mondsnone
4 Just one In a half glass) of ..... ..\*..Iy.1 limit, wllb .by lontfprhan the pullets. eight weeks old, 494 are living and and dog racing during the coming .Spades--J
g water makes a pleasant spark- ........ rh... to 'o Nr.pe from the six that were lost died before season.

line drink delightfully soothlnc .th......10'I.......of......of.1...lh.,.proMrnllu l I... N.llon.1 ofttrl.1.op t"--p, the ninth day. I The racing law provides that all :Z I in in t''!.c lead 1, there ore no trumps clubs, Y slioulj. discard the ;ight
to over-Uxed nerves. .... l....._ eo.-.pOoIr.. ...101.. La The chicks-were fed a home-mix: applications to conduct tracks must and! Y Z a<".'
,; I>r. Milea Nervine Is 'now moo, IOIOU"S. WekS'' be filed with the commission on any defen e. be the eight and ten of s-wd<; .i;'
ed for two
mad In two forms-Liquid and Anon...T ko..... z Effervescent: Tablet. Both bar* >mr..a pynMunUo,or a criminal.Envy and then put on a homemixedgrowing peed hearts. A'tI hat two discards are cannot; discard the king of spclee l '
;r the ..meltOOthfnc effect ..ort"Ul b.nud pravonl' dl_ mafhf must pass on the applications the sev-a of diamonds and tho six of ?'. jack will bo Rood so i ill !forced
$1.00 at yoar drag sitoroNERVINE booms l I...... \. th. ....ntlm* ...... by August 15.Applications: spade. but what should his third discard discard the nine of rlubs. Z shoii'c'' n'\
Murk nr.lom...... U four' ...|, _.ria, The Standard Oil for permits must be bet lie cannot discard: the nine of lead the eight of clubs and Y .nuot M
.oF':1':: t. ,ar:$" ...- r ro..pM be good, so U forced to discard the This is a fine example of tne .ou' I
that held a permit for racing last
HAROLD C. WALL Tire GuaranteedOne f1oreYearsof sevemiofcluhnY'sfirsttwodiscardaare squeeze," showing how both A J
t5{ season as well as corporations evidently the deuce and trey of spades were forced to discard, clubs! 'w 'or' .
INSURANCE YearFrigidaire Youthsstantly..glvei in divlduala desirous of holding I l\Ud. when A discards: the seven of iqprotecttbearothcrwmnnmngC3m'hYou'll
meetings for the first time duringthe
next season. -
_ .- =:-. S know how
never good

42 MILES OF TRACK a cigar can be until you, I

b'- Wake Up Your Liver, Bile have smoked

Line Is Between Archer and Cedar ap. _

_jjj: : -Without Calomel the three electric year guar- \ 'Key p. -C | WASNOW

anted refrigerator Washington June 15.-The Interstate -
-- ...
gi And Youll Jump Out of Bed If this bOa U not fl _ 4 in the Morning Rarin to Go Cu Uonta up your .-..... Too ham athiok. : oft..vivacious.:: youthful touch the Seaboard Air Line rail

_ I .bad tait Bad your brantb..Is foul,skin Uemlshes and wrinkles yield to: way company to abandon Its 42- QeltehtfullyMill.D

_____ .- II you feel BOUT and sunk and the .tun brooks out fa MamUM. Tow heed For sale by Kclnating Ivory toned Beauty" that i mile line between Archer and Ced- _
; world looks punk don't swallow a lot acho and yon fool down sad out.Your whol Ices from I jar Key. Florida .on July 7. / Lewis
away years your appear* Cigar Mfg. Co. Newark N. J. Malert
L el salta mineral U laxative
water c> eyeteeTh III pc n.d.Ittok..thomiood. Start Small volume of traffic both ,
ace. Its use today.OfflgffinU..
candy: or chewing gum and expect old CAR'1'ER'8LrM'LS existing and potential was given

t t ________' them to make yon suddenly sweet LIVER FILLS to!.'th_two ponds at bO. Smith's Service I,' by the company as ita reason for GAINESVILLE CANDY CO.. Gainesville, Fla

and buoyant and uQ of sunshine. Sowing tnely nod.......:yon Ml"ap sad up." abandoning the line. The Seaboard

For they can't do It. They only They: eontala womd rful. t rmln ., ....tI. CREAM Air Line Is In receivership. NOTICE TO THE AMBITIOUS:

_ move the bowels and a mere movement ......bl.extract,amaalac whoa U comm to I i i The commission attached a con'> we make ree-year loans totiojecf satisfactory
t1J _ doesn't cat at the cause. Tb. suUac tile blU flow b mi7. StationStarke .iiiV. OVMAUD ditlon that If fish dealers who opposed the
,' reason for your down-and-out feeling But don't uk for UTW pola.Aak for Carter's r1h *--It- -IMol.*..rf the abandonment wish It reputation who want a complete training at
Is liver It should out two XJttlo LlTW POta.Look for the umo CartnrsU
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,'IUIHJV :_10S __ h__ __ ____ __ _. __ ,___ .. ._ BRAOF01U. COUNTY TF.LEORArn. STARK1I:, FLOJU'DA .
" h -- .. ". ...nlll'.n. ......,.\....._
, July :2 God which shall
justify the circumcision
God Cares For His night. SUrke 10:27: a. m. primary
iQf. Own --And by faith election to lie field on Ilia
and the
they shall be mine saith the Lord unclrcum- Miss Ruth Bennett is spending No. 2 Northbound local due SSth duy of June. A I II. 1931.:
clslon through faith." Rom. 3:29: several days with her sister Mrs. Starke 6:19 Precinct:: : No' l J M. Aunt In, clotk.
of : a.
3- hosts In that day when t make 30. m. H A. tllniuhnrd. H. R Norman, ana

up my jewels; and I will 12. Floyd Crosby at Rising.\ No. 12 Northbound local due J. M KendfHh. Inapectom. .
spare What
statement testifies to I'rei-lmt No ?: Lorenio p
Mr. K. L. Kincheu returned Sun Starke 3:31 Oreett. '
them as a man his : p. m. dork, J.I.v..
spareth own Abraham's faith ward.. It. II. Lowl.!
la God? "He ,
son that serveth day afternoon to be with his family No. 108 Northbound limited due and II I. Noriimn, lnnptctorii.
" "fhf worTis i limy unto my feet, inJ light auto my pith. Palm 119:105.: 17. him.-Malachi 3: staggered not at the promise of after spending several days at Starke 6'01: p. m Treclnot Ko.: .1: J. I,. I'eek. olet Ii .

. rtf AH July 3 God through unbelief; but was Hastings where he has been employed. Starka and! Wanneo 101 leaves J.b'.rl; Andernon I.lev.:' limpet-torn.; llimHi'll:: 1 Mcltnu und

1UUU8U tUFiilUi. religious teaching, doctrine or strong in faith giving glory to I Stark 7:00: P|. M.iu't|. No 4 : Jo'. T, Ahornathy
r.t creed, it they are to have any claim God Will Guide Thee: Be ye not God; and being fully) persuaded a. m. rlvrk. J. A J. MiKlnnev.' 8. J. Thumtor -
t iinn the love, loyalty and devotion f the people, must be In harmony with &S.the horse or as the mule which that A special;: prayer service will bo' No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. KN : 1' ''' 1 '
: :
what : ;
t- f i of Jeaua the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice have no He had promised. He held at the Baptist church Saturday ('liming' of :Mall I I ; : :: 1: H ;:,"",
J thThumin heart, and of whom it waa said in John understanding; whose was able also to pe rform." Rora. 4 : for the ,''''''k : J.lIt h... "'""..r....,,. 1"11'"
7:46."NEVER night
MAN meetIng
f mouth must be held In with bit and 20 21. Sout h """...r. Itnd L... I'"rk.,'. h''I".elora.CI .

bridle. I will instruct which will begin Monday evening Train: No. 11, parcel poof, I 9 a. m. ;j."tl"\\\\ :; !;:
.. thee and 13. What did this bring to him? I III .. 11'U ::f
I Pimtors at Bradford and Union counties are Invited to u thin deL teach thee la the way which thou "And therefore it Juno 27. Everybody la Invited No. 107. letters special delivery JoIullh'Rn ...... J. 1-1. flrln..... J'y.. In.......

rtmcnt lor new* of church activities, organization* and announce.It shalt go.--Psalm 32 : 9, 8. was" imputed to to attend. and special handling, 10:10: 11.. m. *.
freely given and no charge made the him for righteousness Verne 22. A will be ITei'lm-t No. 7: Stafford l J.. Cruwm,
( the
Space only requirement program given by North
July 4 14. How clerk, H. .%. "'''PI>. T. II 11: ward
.1 K that such Items reach this office before Wednesday morning Think of the Harvest may we receive this young people at the Raptlst No. 12 parcel 1 post and letters, 'Hint (I. V. TotnliiiHoti IUHpnctam.
,,,? a man soweth that : p. m. cloik." N. 1':.
I shall he "Now it wad not wiltten for his Itnxler. If II. Thom"*
also reap.--Calatians( 6: 7. being Love The young people I No. 108 letters, I special delivery 'nml M II. Crofiby, 'Imiiurtorli.Chnhinail '

I I the child therein and laid it In the July 5 sake alone that it was! Imputed to will rntertntn with special songs and! upeclal handling 5:40: p. m. .. !' 'IIJ.,., ,,
him; but for us also, to whom, it County ,
SUNDAY SCHOOL I : flags by the river's brink." The Way to Freedom: Yo shall and recitations.Mr I :MnrUo! \VunniM: > Itriimh Ooniml, .alont'
LESSON I I Doubtless Jochebed knew the know the truth and the truth shall I Him shall raised be Imputed Jetiua if we believe on and Mr J. C. Kaon of Waldo Mail clones, 7:00 a, m. (1.AI W tent..M.I : >1 II IAoI ;.

habits of the princ ss, knew the make you free.- -John 8: 32.July the dead" Verase up our Lord from were visiting Mrs. W. H. llah Mall arrives 2:40: |". m. l'h'I'k i to lltmnl. 8'10.a.II. ".\
-- 23 24.
hour when she was accustomed to Friday afternoon.Mr. Night mail clones 00: -
.II'IiY; 1932. B p. m. \o'i'ui 'ro' it !1'1 n i irVi-w"< '
KOIt bathe and placed her baby in the The Way of Peace: Acquaint now JS.\I'TIST M. O. Thrower rtnd son, Richard Train No.1. south 10:5(1( p. m. In the Niinin. of the xnuo nf Fl"rdn! .

Sui, Childhood and Kducan princess' bathing-place as a silent thyself with him and be at peace; Sunday school at 10 a. m. A. J. and Mr. John Grndy of St. Augustine Train No 2, north 0:19: n. m. I ,Unit It npiK'ai CIM! :.;tiiln'Inir cHUHe by itfridiivlt In tho fllnil Clri'int! In ...

> II Moses. appeal to her womanly heart. thereby good shall come unto thee. Thomas wore visiting at the homo. Itlun HUH "SrlieduleitDaily Conit' TH'iilylxMi Judicial Cli'-
(;omn Text: "Train up a Child supt. of J. J. Jlelgler iitlt.. In nnd fur llrmiroril ,.
"And the daughter of Pharaoh John 22 Sunday.Mr. effective Jan 1, 1032 ( ''"''Iy.
i : 21. Mr. Thomas .* all to Flotilla. ,In Chum. .
He should go: and when urge you : ory cntllleilVI1 :.
lh *.a> came down to wash herself at the July 7 como K. M. HerHcy and son Clyde Northbound 5:03 n. m, 1 ::1)9> |>. limn F 1'iittei.., i..onitiliiluiint' veiituH

L I* ,<1 He Will not Depart from river: and when sha saw the ark The Safe promptly on tlmo. were visitors to Starke Saturday. m, 4:59: i p. m, 8:19: p. m. 1.1111'111.. tiirti>r, dcfenilant' anil, th. .
Only Trust: Some trust i Worship at 11 with Com ,ii-liif .
22:6.: a..m. 1'.1" fur Iji'hiK 1.Ivur.. .
. PriH among the flags she sent: her maid in chariots and some In homes; I munion services. United service in Mlns Pauline Crabb of Miami Is Southbound 9:34: a. m, 12.31 p 1 Unit I Illv ili'twlKliillt In .. t...Hliletit. ill .
rfssnn Text: Exodus 2: 1-10: 20- to fetch It. but we will spending this week with ner aunt m, 4:34: & p. m, 12:50: a. m. n Niiitior' iininty othvr. than Floi.Id", !'I
.,. remember the name of Presbyterian church at 8 p. m. Mrs. J J, and tu-wlt lh. Cltv of 1.lIlIth".lo". Htatof. \
Zplgler Tickets
And and
she Information
saw the child
behold at
t : and Lord God.PS8:20 Not Hi Carolina .
the our mid
7. In
over tin
: During the churches "
: July unite
I B. C. 1570 GosLn on :
r rim. nU Place: ; the babe wept, And she had : Johnnie Adklns and Mrs. Smith's Service Station, next to nve or rivetily-oiia, yearn anil Hint v,
Sunday evenings. Let ua all cooperate thert* .IH. no In
EgyptJntrotluctlon. Viola pvrHoii the Matt ot
in compassion on him\, and said. This :NOTK'K:-KVKRItODYWKM'OMK in a fine Christian spirit Humphrey of Jacksonville courthouse. Klorld.i l ..i'ivloiof iiiM'Hoiml I PIIICOHMupon ,;,,
p Is one of the Hebrews' children." : 1O HtHIV.VL were visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. M.Hemey .- --- hum nould |iernonally" hind
--- -
, losed last quarter's studies ami make these services on Inspiration Hald, defendantIt .
WI The tears or a smile of a little Monday. IMIIIKK: "C 1'1 l III.U' "I'ln"
M' ''t .
\ lith 'h. account of Joseph re- child will touch the heart of almost Old time govpel revival at Sax- to all. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Edwards:: anil N'''l'K'II Tornl U':01'11'1" '.I ."I..II. Curler:: nppenr Ihnt the I to defendant I 1 he :hill:; 'ofcoiiiplalnt ', "
e l-lvlng nls father Jacob, and his B. Y. P. U. Sunday at 7 p. m. Mr. and W. :': 'In h ll-hy ah..... to J. M on the tut day
Mrs. T and AtiMUflt,
any one. Miriam, the older sister ton. A soul-saving station for Zelgler liixlalt-dl mill wife, Mvrla' ..
the ilimlalriltof
A. 11
; Jimily into Egypt and establishing of Moses was placed by her moth lost. Come and bring your friends. We are all pleased with the success son, Thomas of Jacksonville were "ill Willie AVIMIIIV, rtnn Joe, Cali :: will<>\lie hi :iMitenul wine H iiifiiltmt itecroit: : '; nriconfcHnii lu'i:

liem the territory of Goshen.I of this young people's organization fornia, mid lo 'tho unknown, h..lr.. fur her falltitx
m visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zelgler .. to ni'in-iir.
\ er to watch the ark and tile babe. Follow the scriptures with us. R. F. d vlN"oN, Ki'iinli'j.H or, oilier, claimuntH It la fuitlior' onlxKMl' that thltorder
I I:oses was born 136 years later and "Then said his sister to Pharaoh's Kirkland In charge with his wife and. family Sunday night. I under 1. .1 Mot' unit. rl.M-i'ilfeil. hv pulillelied iinm n wnok for
( old when he led I II Hint filch of them, and In all fni
t perxniiH C. .
as eighty years Minn llhoiln Zelgler returned: iiimi'i'iitlVK weekH 'III tho lll'iul
shall I and call thee at the hitrhiK
piano. Each
go a
evening at 8 or ilnlmlnw nnv Interi-nt' In foul" (County
, l.rlLel nut of Egypt to lit. Slnal.to homo after thn Teleirraph, n nwnpit
nurse of the Hebrew women that'o'clock. Sunday a pleasant vlwlt followlnif ilcxi ,rllied limit, Ivlnit of Menernl I'trculntlnii, .ptilillahed .'
the whole period from Jacob's TUERESSAIMIna with relatives In Jacksonville. nml' lu'lMM In fin* iiinnlv of liraiiriiril' iiur. Itradroid" 'County Florlitn.. ,
sne nurse me cnnu for thee I 8lnii ,
may c l.'lorliln l lwlt
j to the exodus ..... WltnuRN my liniul. and Hi* offloliil
In Egypt -- ---
tiling I ---- Th' North' half .
And Pharoah'a daughter said ritKSHVTKHIANServices of the M."Ih. nxtiiuarier MODI of mid court thin HIM llilnil ilu.or .
liora Egypt was 215 years llhoila 7.eluler, Car.Mrs. le.. iluht-of-uav. of ihi> ,>. Juno .\. |'. 11)13.) \
her Go. ADd the maiden went H. It. A it. llallwnv, .tielnir
1 The people of Israel were God'siircnant i and called the child's mother." Sunday July 3, as follows GRAHAMKlltn PtllI l feel w jde IICIOHH' Hiinu'. aiul Hltlp Die (1'1".1)' Clerk O. nf W.the AMHCnMA.V Clriull' Ciiutt, ,
and In the midst .KoiitheiiHt qiuirlei, of I hn Norlll..t'I'.rl..r. .
people ,
The mother was doubtless watch : J. E. of Is all lielnir' In 101.> County Kloi 'Ida,
. If and histt Owsley Perrine itlon Kiirhl: ) ZACH H 'I'OCill.AH
their bondage ing and hoping to be called."Pharaoh's 10 a. m. Sunday school. Lesson upending a few days with her sis I'll." Johiinitn Cor* If(81.) Townchlp, Heven (7> Him ill, FltANCIM II. IHJI-U'
was upon them. His original "The Illilllire. Twenty (>JtU>,") |1..1.: conlHlll-. Hollclinrfi for
topic Childhood '
daughter said unto and Education Coiiiplalnant" ,
Illir 118
Jlan them was being ter. Miss Ida' H.igcn. l Hcrea. morn or IIIHH.Thnt 8.U. l.1-1>>.
concerning "
her. Take this child away andi of Moses. Mr. and von itnil I <*ni'h nf you itr. ----
Mrs. O. J. and
|irried out at this time, although Phillips The Grah m baseball team herfliv noflflfil, thtit' you'' hiiv. 'M,'ni
11 played Mi-inii) OK
a. m. wtmrir: x
of,' nurse It for me, and I will give thee Morning Worship sermon children of Lawtey were visitors ntiiiln. purl leu I lefeniliint to t Ih.. (till Notlm \in
not. The time IH
jiiey perceived It thy wages. And the woman took by the pastor. Theme "Our here SampHnn City Saturday. The score of ComplHlllt fileI, In Ih* Clri-llH hy hert-hv Klvell. Ihnt underand
Sunday of
deliverance from night. I}-5 In Ciiint of Kloi Mil, :, liHth: :. vlt/ne that rertuln' flnulllerreo
heir complete was favor of Graham. I Inillrliil C'lrrult .
the child and nursed it. Goodly Heritage. nf forerloHtiin nmU.. mid .
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Adkln and(1Ilughtt'r8. I In Mini, for llniilforil' lenilereil -
fharaoh was fact aproaching. We do not know how long the 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor. Top ( Misses June and Grace Mrs. C. B. Roberta wall visiting In i'hutici''ry, In tlmt reitnln niun", llononttil.on Jnnw A, 7t.fl.lnl. A.fI I IH-U, liv
Ailklim, JndM nf .
J Moses Is the greatest representative relatives In Ijike Butler fiillllt.il I Ih. I'Vili.riil. T nil
Friday. llnnk of
ic .11 ,
"What Is '
Political and Ih
child stayed with his mother but Freedom of Hampton were visiting at the <'oill"'hln.I n '' tilth JiidU-lnl '''''lIlt nf 1 Klorliln -
rot 'porHt' Ion, I'lnlntlrf.
of the Hebrew people-by Personal ?" We ore sorry to report that L. In tluir reitaln enime wherein
probably four or five years. home of J. J. verniiM liiithniit Mnrititn, widow' et
lar Zelgler and family JoNepli, 11}. wilHon AI lltiuldator 1 for
the greatest man of that race. C. Smith Is 111 at thla writing.Mr. nl. lI..t".lu"IM.I horrln lhi IMiiln-
"And the child grew and she 8 p. m. Evening Worship. This Monday afternoon. lift MnekH tn fori'i. .. 'llrHdford. Coiintv 'llnnk. a roriorntlun | -
lie IOKK .
I lli lien
Is of the few men in the and Mrs. Lester of In
one Allen of
rontplH" Innnt nnd A.
1C farnntiaM.
will be Union -
service Itm
brought him unto Pharoah's daughter a participated Many friends from this section MnrtituitH Klvin by J. J. MOIKIIII .
history of the world who have Louise were shopping hero Saturday. nml' ttlfo, Miirhnrii MorKiin. Iteini tiiriintBiin, JamvM Knir: *
and he became her son. And in by the Baptist Methodist and of A. J. Griffls his cnverlutf ItMh, Munlmt l ten t'onipmiv' a
jnoulded the Institutions and charIcter Supt. enjoyed HIM |romily| liei'elnliefoi., e ....Mrrlh... : : : eortMinitlon. : : -
.1 M Alvnrei and N. Ii. \\ alnvrlirlit.
churches. -
she named him Moses\ ; and said Presbyterian Dr. Lowry at the barbecue In Ihln .110'"
entire alt hospitality picnic Mr. and\ % an exftMitorM under. will nf
of the people. Of Mrs. R. M. Johnson and Th. rforn. unit
you onrh of
because I drew him out of the wa will give the sermon. Next Sunday lit Starke last Thursday yon ..I.Y.. Alviir.. ilMfeHneil m'< (Ivfpiid.iinln .
liien of he Is the lira hrrehv rciinireil in ni| |>.mr to lti...
history perhaps family were visiting Mr. and Mrs, I I. I the utiilerHluileil, .
ter. evening the meeting will be unlit tllll or tViinplulnl. HM Himrlnl
Mr. an.! Mrs R. G Zelgler of HI fllcil
Clearest example of a Providential held In the Methodist church and S. L. Prencott and family of Ziff iiKHlnnl ynn, livfoi-H. I tin. ,'I"'k, nf thin. MrtNter will Hell for fHMll to 'h..
Ian. It Is supposed that the princess Gainesville were visiting his par Sunday. rouit on I tlin iMt lay of AiuruHt, hluhUNt nnd heitt hlditer Ht thn Hnnth
the following Sunday evening lit I'llJ. nt th. hoiitfrt door nf the emut, hotinfi In f4tnrkt, .,
Our lesson passage for the quar- adopted Moses as her son and had the church ents Mr. and Mrs. J J. Zelgler Riley Wnsdln Injured his foot fliit'lflil, citherwlm conit *. ii Dncrel lit HII..ke.I'ru llrmlford, County, Kloi Ida., on Monilnv -
him taught and trained as a Baptist Sunday.Mr. ConfeHHii the flret'' day ..Aiintnnt.. A. I).
memo will In
jter will be drawn from the writings when he fell Into Worthington vnifireil' nicHlnnt you'
lIMjl' ,, .
iltirlnir lh
A cordial invitation to all those leiral' honiw of .Male.
nml .
Aiifh f ,
and Mrs. C. Trlettt of Stuart < yon for fiillniu (lu ,
ber of the house.In uiienr. .
royal for tin" ,
of Moses that make up the Springs Thursday] night. |, 'itiirpoHH of pnitlHfylnM' NHld I
services extended to all.
last address he are visiting his parents Mr. and final iloc'len.. I lie rollnwInK ili-ni'l. .'llie.l
li'ontateucli or 'Five Books" the Stephen's said [It IK niflereil. I that I thlf notle* l>a
Rev. Butler filled hi Innil ,
-. : regular ap- 1'"I.U..I..1 lyliinr nnd lielnir ,In, Itrnilfoiiiouiinty

first of which Genesis we haveIrl'ally "And Moses was'learned In all the SEVKNTH 1>A* ADVENT1STJuHtiriratlon Mrs. T. B. Triest. nnlnl motif* here Riindav mnrnlnff.. ....OM". .-...p--II v..oiire w... ......,..u.- .I.week". .. ,.,... for...............fiuiiI'finnty .........,.....' I Klortilii" tll-" '"
\ studied. The second Ex- wisdom of the Egyptians and was I Mrs. E. L,. Klnchen entertained and Ti'lettriiiili, ii wnintier| '" IIHVInir All I hut I inii-t of 'liulil deHi'llheilBB "
evening. fnllowH ,
crowd at her home iteniTHl. rtirnliit" Ion 1I.I.n the North l"y
a large Frldilynight In Mnulftui
du.i, meaning 'the Going out" and mighty in words and in deeds. Cunnty, Florida.Thin .InmlM. of N, l I'. tlHHHinan' nr TlionitJHon -
|tacrlbes first the training of And Moses was instructed in all by Kulth with a n. Y f. U. social. A Mr Avy Illnes returned Monday livili ilny nf .1 un... !91JII .lor, on .Ih* Houih liv ( 'enter Ht.
(Continued.) were after a few days visit In mid on thn "Kn: ..l l hI' H'lorldii, tVnlralmid
IMoKs<: and his call to his great wisdom of the Egyptians: It Included number of games enjoyed by W ALPKHMAN, "I'enlnnnliiy
(Hunl, !) Itnllwuy Cnrnimnv
Iwork history 8. Upon what basis does the reward the people. The most delightful Jacksonville. cietk flri-ult Court. 'latidN leMN |11111( .
and tben the wonderful way I orthography grammar, young llriuJfoi'il" C'ounty KloiUlu. feet Mitinr' ciuf of lint

"In which he by( the hand of God theology medicine arithmetic come to one who works 7 event of the evening was I T-l-nt-7-21. liiliilnil Hoiiiheuni. ,: :: Nine,coiner I Hi'reM of more unlit 1 or l nd lenH,,con nuil., :' !

brought about the release of his I geometry astronomy and engi "Now to him that worketh Is the the supper served by the ladles. Palm Beach Low bid of $277- -- --- tielnir In I th.. NorlheHMt riiHit. ..r of,

pie from their bondage to the I neering. Education began as in reward"not reckoned of grace but The guests departed at a late hour SOl for construction of local post NO.TM' .M, Itl" T \ f.llI'M.ThA 10'\1\ Twenty-mil I Ihw Northenut" ((21))illiiiler Townnhlp, of 14111 Heitlon SI

I most countries with of debt. Rom. 4::4. all reporting a nice time. ortlce submitted by Rohan Co. of Ttoiiril County, ] N""lh.I (
fcgyptlans: and led them forth.pcross orthography Kiiiulliiorii| <>.r l linnwe Twenty-two ((8a .'0.1.!

the Red Sea to the foot of I IIt. and grammar Style was culti 9. Upon what condition is faith Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hall and children Garden City, N. Y. Iliitilforit tlli I'onnty Klnrlila will inciflnt A IMO u fliit'tloll of Hortlonn Hlxteennnd .
poult IKIIIN In I lie clelh'n <.ifflrn Twenty-olio' Towimhlp. .Nix, f8'
Sinai where he gave their sysl vated. Much attention was paid to reckoned for righteousness ? "But of Starke were visiting Mrs.J. Pensaeola 700 tons of concrete on Moniliiy, I Ih.. 4lh ilny of July. Mouth 'Itmiiro Twenty.two ill) Kant: ,

. 1 9.12. H.. .a himril of "qimlla.rM dHNcrllieil, DM fnlloWD: 1I..I""I"If..1 a
for Inn I
i>iii'nmf| of hfurlnic complaints point In th center of thft IranHlt
me rainer ana meaner 01 Moses and other letters were set before lieveth on Him that justlfleth the Misses Anna and Elsie Batten enlargement and improvement Antl rirnlvlnff' lentlniony a"I. railroad 41ft feet North. from iin Iron

us of the House of Lev), and the pupils as patterns which ungodly his faith la counted for and Mildred Phillips and Mr. Chas. work on local naval landing field. lo 'Ih. vulim' or of"inlxnil nnv property tin flxnit real by tha orpeCHoniil nenr liimt. 'In Temple'ii i'"liter tit Hlor..Hlil' rullrond tract
>: thvnrn
Ire named Amaram and Joche- he was to follow. Poetry was read righteousness." Verse 5. Batten were visiting In Penny Cocoa -If. E. Bennett haberdasher tux] naHenNiir for IhA y.*nr IftlliHKKlnxt VVeMt Fourteen. iteHrreeN Noith." Inn run

Pharaoh king of Egypt had and poetic composition studied by 10. How does grace as the Farms Sunday. ( moved to new quarters at the. owner or attwnt. uf .uchproperty. feel\ ,| I Ihenco Ullll fitet North, Fourteen dvvri'veMVHM .
thellro 'Klldt. "Fourteen.
lommandcd' concerning Hebrew all. ground of Justification exclude Miss Irene Batten of Penny corner Brevard avenue and Harrison J. ,.. PNfI'' ItIl".,,, deicreRH. North In i-enter of HullroHd ,

Farms is spending several days street.TKAIX. Chairman of lioiml of I'ounty Tract I thence ulnnir ihi> renter ofnald
Jsildren, Son that is borne righteousness by works T "And if *
'Every with her cousin. Miss Anna Batten. ................ .. ............ ( .."'ml..I""ltr.. of llruilfoiil ('"u"t)'. rallrond. truct to point of bMrln-
shall cast Into the river." When DAILY BIBIJC THOUGHTS by grace, then it Is no more works; -.-- Florida.Atlent. n I u n, i ontnlnlnir twenty HIT** tiior

he! Infant Moses was born and his otherwise grace is no more grace. Miss Mildred Phllliil Is spending 8C11EIIUIJC fj. W. Al.ftRUMAN: or limn. J'lXCIOI'T,; flvo ucr... ..olil' tuM

'other saw "that he was a goodly July 1 But if it be of works then la no thla week/at the home of Airs. F. Our schedule changes Sunday Clerk anil Auditor.riiixtiiv K. t'KIIUVMAN:

Nld, she more : otherwise work la Fender at Blue Pond. 8.ITat1tM' Hpeclnl Mueler In. Clmiifery' ,
hid him three months. All Is Well-Let not your heart grace no May 22nd and trains will run as A. M .I'UKWH

Ittta 7' 20 says he "was exceed- be troubled: ye believe in God, believe more work"" Rom. 116.: Master Milton Humphrey of follows: Holluliur (ur Comnlulnant.
.. ..
; jy! fair." also in me. In my Father's 11. In what way are both Jews Jacksonville is spending several No. 1 Southbound local due : A",.:.U...:<4..I'IIK"..,.,..... T-l-5t-7-Jt>.

"And when she could not hide house are many malnslons: if it and Gentiles to be justified? "Is days here with his aunt Mrs. R. Starke, 10:59: p. m. At a "' ....1I1I1f I .held. on the dill day. -

I'm' longer she" took for him an were not so, I would have told you.I He the God of the Jews only? Is He M. Hersey. No. It, Southbound local due county of .lUll...rmmnl A. It..lolieri 1932: tn lit* hoard Hruilforil ot Nolle* |III'1'11I'1'1':11'herrliv.: ,I.'"

I"k of bulrushes and daubed it' go to prepare a place for you.- not also of the Gentiles? Yes of A crowd from here enjoyed a Ian Starke 0:20: a. m. (*...unty Florida, appointed thn fol and hy vlrtun of u Klven rinnl.Hint il..rre niiilpr.. nf

|*lth slime and pitch: and she put I John 14: 1. 2. the Gentiles also: Seeing it la one frv given at Spring Lake Saturday No. 107 Southbound limited due lowliiK, clerk ami Innpectori for th. for..rliiHiir<> made, nnd ...nol..1 l Irv
.. the llomirabln A. /. Ailklnn..' Judita
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Clicull Court of the join
.. .liidlfliil, (cir.-iiir. of "Florida,' |In unit

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mime tliHreln lately p"'llnir tietwcen
'I'h. Federal I.mul ''t..k..t Coin oitilii, ,
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JBtttoi <
'fttiij I MAV/E A CIGAR "'$Ff, OR WIIH therein aiolnted| nm H|>''-
c''f 1"I11" 11ti' 3U r POIll1DE ; 1"\oiEY COU' r"IJII' i-lal MuHter In Chancery In execute
.J the .aino, will on Monday Ilia, lit
'''. r:2tf'T:: : s L '(.044"3 T :t'"IG.. I YOU'RE 'IOTIN NU IN. E> TTLES"em 'EMJt luy nf AiiKiixt, IIi.U. iluiliiH th* .Una I

,. ''F.. .. ( .<;rilE. "'.-.1'3 " T&US hour* In of enle. l>efor I h ":;'f.tt honn:*
!!-..: ...l [ na'-J'" 'St. ,,_ 1' .;hop door.hlHhent ntid Hturko bent, FlorMil.hlilder, for. thn

'fA CUTS -ClGAOS- TaSAC VKIMMIN -E:; TX Ih* followlnir' ileNcrtlied. 'fandM, cnih lilt u-
t .Ir\C:1.: .., ;tJ." lJ? out? VOTES. ? nt'', lylnif mid 1 bolnir In llrudfurd'
DON n'y. Florida, lo-wlt,
MEN'3 ?
I GOOD Ag OU All thitr ceitnln ple<..., tract or

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Ilv "kfe-MijQ I Oufi> ..0 1 I denrrlhed Niute of Florida itN. '"lInw". inure. tn,wlt piirllvulurly:

:, : : (iJ. Th" Norlhwent iimirler ut
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( .r. 1"1"' .. "Houtheapt iii rter nml. the We.l hiilf.
"'AS fIa.' f: I ICI' of I he Norlheaet (|iiarter of the
"ill'W\"t 11 ttJ'.i, 't. & HoulheitMt. ttiiitrter anil. the Hoiith half

; t7 "1. rl.tl.'tJll'1. ''I ), ODD LOTTS of Norlhonet the' HnuthwoHt iunrter.| all duarler In of 8ctlon th*

II Jy.... :C4'" 4 "-I\ FOC. I 14".lh twelve. of( I2|Itnnr TnwnHhlp.* twenty-oil' Heven* ftl.(7)
h ;:R = 'Kant, rontalnlnii elithty' Ie
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..to .-- HutlHfy Ihi* linme. nnd .
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DOROTHY DARNIT 'By'-CharleS McManus' .rM'fO', U O"h 1( 01"

I'lin.ir vi"in'*\
It apnearlnif by affidavit' append
MOW CHItO EN 1 JHEV ed. tn th* bill fllnd 'In Circuit, Court
cMiLOReisf SIT A""" D THAT Uradford Oonnty of .i-'lorldit In

OOVV 'lU READ OME THINC STO OP CHRtSTDPHEtKJOLUHaOS.SEE John chancery hy, !It."h"ar'Irh avalnat
TO VOO : IF M PROFIT ... J. defendant I
TH-XT V/IUI_ f3E r- VOC\ CA 0., therein numed, ,In a non-realdent of

1="000 FO THtiuGHT ) IT. IT 'WIL.L. ""TL.EA T lent h* atat of i>f Florida. and I I. a rialt -
llackannack, In Ih* Mat of
EEP "'Yo v ou" ofI"I'SCHEF Vw Jcraey and. ,la ov.r the air* of

wnty-on: yeara, and that th.r.<. I I. :
/ no penon within the nt.it ,
__ of Flor.
da ervlr...
uiion whom would. Ii.*
liidlnir upon Ih* mild therefor* -
r *ldent defanditnt. John Dl.a"b.., .
and h* I I.. hereby, required to appar
to th* bill of complaint' filed In eal>l
cauii* on or before Monday, the 4th
lay of July A. n.A'I.! otherwlee
he allenatloilii. of lalil hill will t,*
lak.n i an conf; .u...J by aald d f.nd-

I* further nrilered that thla or-
dr l>* ""hl/Mh./ d ,nco a week fnr 4
ooniMnutlv* w..ka In th* Jiradtorrl
CounfyTvUcraph, .. nwapapr
publlMhd In .Hld county' and ctate.. Ji?
[>on* aDd or<1eril at Htark. Brad
ford County, PlorliU.1 Ihl* lith Uy
f May, l>>Ji.

c..I'4.,.... 40' O. VV. ALDERMAV'
t ....1 > (s...., CI"k C'"U"' Cuurt.
J. r.. "'RAZEE.

Attorney fur rialntlff' 4--l.7-

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M1 } -- -., and the 'newly elected commissioners told 'em he; come from a state now and no matter WI \

Bradford County Telegraph GOVERNOR ROOSEVELT. :; from districts of odd numberswill where the men were MEN and the COWBOY might lack ,? 'J1
Gov. Roosevelt SAYS II take office for four years WQMEN were glad of it. Whata believe me, he'd make Il'j' cults

I' Established 1877 *.,r : while those from even numbers slogan that would be for some men every day HORSE s,'*gg"r

says: would hold office for only ..two enterprlsln' State Chamber of and human understands

d "Planning l i. th\?''way of the fu years. Two years hence the even Commerce.And .

4'' ? MEMBER turn"I. .' year posts will be filled by candidates WILL ROGERS would i '
4 ; I.' four This now the Democrats are mill- PEOPLE and '
elected for yars. their < ; ''rltt';
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(vi FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION modern"In broad nocicty terms acting I assort through thai!it I will stage the, election HO that the In' around tryin' to make up their MENT closer together than J""? rt''

1 r a government, owes the definite obligation entire membership will not changeat minds with 80 much timber layin'around been for a long, long ti?, ,, tau
1932 to prayent.tine Btarvatlon or any election. Under this rule, most of the delegates are while he might not be abl ;patch
S' rr r0ta a/Ll.. .7-(7tLc&.Z the dire need of auf of Its fellowmen three-fifths of the commlsalone'ra lost in the forest One gang Is u, all the things that are i II",
.. rail
t++e i "" or fallow.vtameiv who try to elected this fall would be for foui tryln' to START something, and ter with us, he'd at least ,

'maintain themsdfvos. but cannot.: I years If the amendment carries another gang Is flxin' to STOP it. our confidence to a pOint; Gv( <
,.- whir,
F 1 Md.WiMYAW'.w .. MY.IerOWeigl Another Important provision cf With so many guys broken) out all we'd all start pulling'
Seco'rla Class "Some nera factor>.Is needed In II tog ner i tn,
;, 1 Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as fao, the amendment Is that all counties over with AMBITIONS, a fellowcant stead of layin' back on th, ,
.ttnd this new ,
our eoonomtcylif 'ir
''r'' "" '.T nnLinvn;; that after tits oxJL '
t L Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, (. parlcr.ce! of the last tlircao..i ( tor must come frofn, ,utilizing: out shall be re-districted on the basis tell whether to shake hands
r Ingenuity to of in each district coun- WITH a man or fists at him. Of
.pcrionce 81'\11.oJJr) ) population course, all WILL
HI ,
:..;1. tn9 nvcrcse: citl: -n would w- 1 Is
draft Ind'to orHnliO; a concerto ties having large cities have been what he reads in
raLhve reoclva: a nailer\ ictrrn I the \I' ,t>ERS
__.. __ ____ Owner and .Publisher plans for the bettor uso of our ro for And what a time they're havln1
E. S. Matthews _________ u o>;on his savii;?" ir! return: for oJ contending for redistricting but the newspaper is th< ">rigin!
the planning
a.id ;
U' w i : J, C. Robinson ____ ____ .__ ____________ Managing' Editor ,g:-edor scvniy: tor the! Pll'j.I:;( ;: ,. our spurees social: and economic life in general some time Voters should not over with their ARITHMETIC problem textbook in the school ''haN
than! to c"rerlrac3:: for a pt'lI\f'ot'' / i ,look this constitutional! propijsaloo the' whole crowd are all messed I knocks, and whether the p '"bier
the thr.il: or th, prucpectr'Lr) :! :? --- up with their FRACTIONS. The is decldln' what we'll have )nn

SUBSCRIPTION RATE I; a jill.tuafr! < ol'ly to-C.r.1: tio! next: :pLani, \II not only the source of -- 'I question on the little old black- Iner or whether or not w< din
that hit tCl tae, ncii'M oAtrclM. nigh:
4' Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance lv5sot" ha3 .....:::i(?f.a: ,li! L+... h" nd ttcciuso all nil human weoth; It Is Iacse"also tho source of /LateBy board seems to be "If 1-2 equals to pay the bonus, a fellow ,an u$-
Yearly, $1.50; the eccnonrtc machine has hap. ROOSEVELT what does 2-3 equal? ually depend on' his NEWSPAPE>

k Advertising Rates on Application esam;; broken rtov.n." This country v/Hl remain pro e And HOW MANY: to CARRY? to give the facts and intelligent

e S"rooslve Just so long as we are willing \- They know that TWO and TWO 1 reflect public. sentiment.
"YTo nol, crthttsluit", Initelrvtioi to rriak,?expbitmonts, just 80 [I I elassi f j jSy makes FOUR, but they don't -
I ; ids It's all over. ri.'l the nijiilty: to race fads, long .8W'?are nfolo to tiny: 'Here know WHO FOR and naturally Apd havln' to write this the da
I ,0 cren unpIc: :,Bi't, ota: bravely. We Is, u suggestion\\: tint sounds good;, RUSSELl KAY they're all upset about it. before the second '
need t. ffs'; (*(et by rtrfjlic: ; rn ar* we catlnot'i:' ntallt('!''it hut let ua Secretary Florida Pre.. AMOCUIIOI primary im folk
]Believe it or not, you cannot believe all the cigarette ftds I I" nicezrary t'.o! faults: la oar coo try it rut somiwhcro. and see If It : to read a day or so aftei, make
no-'c! cyaton! from: viffchca!:!! new worUs'''. ," And speakln of religious revivals It looks like they got more band- "Too Late to Classify' ton EARLYto
0.- o-[:ter. Vni"I tho courjc of v have you noticed bow many wagons than they have bands with Qualify. But if you'rt- &IIkm
1932 will long ,be remembered( as rough on officeholders. the j-oiinu. It lo not tuo teak ,tf ..It id lima to stop thinking In folks have seen the light and are an over abundance of Piccolo play ME, my hunch Is that the PQI,,
_k' R "' I o nray'nr! jour viy: In tl!,. word but terms of population for: large hlttin1 the trail In the HOUSE of ers and the THEME song may be tlcians will get a dose of SHOLT
rA, tho t:.,!: (,t romal./hj: the wnrllvli'ch : clUes" DAVID. "The Old Time Religion"that anything from '"The Sidewalks of that will
just naturally CLEAN
'" .Expcriende Is capable of teaching people home things they : ': : you wi;: t.r'll* l forf.,.o 'joi.Iy : . the politicians keep preachin New York" to "California Here I out. .. 'CD''
?, e\t.-7 on* o us bo" g-iontos "It Is necessary to create a lower
would 1 rather forget. be good enough for somefolksbut Come. But If they want to insurea
4' may
the courage: : the ftUH fuJ the cost of living by having a greater
r oisd v'tlon: ta: live the }brit that U ill percentage of our population living! most of us have arrived at a REAL parade they'll instructthe John has been tryin' to make u
ui 10 tl.t' remaking.: a little closertto tho source of sup point where we want a CHANGE, boys to spend most of their believe that It's WHERE DAV1
'+y!, i, i It's o' good rule to always tell the truth-" provided you fly" and It looks like we'll get it In a time playln' the "STEIN SONG. CAME FROM that he's all wot

rx t are careful( who you are talking to. "Ve' uro nt t'o lli!'<" -
chitiji: in onopn', ,>r relations, both diplomatic and And if It happens that they Just and me, it's WHERE' DAVE I I.
o OI::" ':''''JC t''O':<"U*, teat: in tha it-:: WHAT EDITORS PERSONAL, with the political can't agree on any of the ASPIR COIN1 that's really got Mr
For the balance of the summer candidates will allow lure wa are Cj: t1/3 .t) think !lens< I MACHINE guuners and put Little ANTS and still want to put up a all hot and bothered.
A (1/1."t/ t II o l'o'lcr a'" i rio.-o shout ARE SAYING
u A tr static to rule supreme over radios: the cs:,\:11111.r, ",) v.lat: wo, m";' I David on the Throne. I man that can WIN, they might try
,? ',1, IP..O: to da to usjLife! Iclo oar: I turnin' their backs on all the poli- And as for John's braggln abou
+ l, ? pi ul.int; e<'orcr.ic on.tr, wo cannot 1VHILB this is unquestionablyif And Stafford Caldwell don't I ticians and draft WILL ROGERS.There's bein' born in Florida, I don't ImagIne

i The word "confident" was very much overworked the jr'nko I It cnrt'tio for 1&R3: ,un'.esj: wo a Democratic year, success seem to be gettin' (on so good with I he had much more to say abet

;',l i" last few days before the second primary. 0"i l l'I'I"f i t.to"t: n vi ir. noro dopends....upon,;J 1tll' choice of the his little Medicine Show. He puton one guy you could send it at the time, than Dave did abetbean'
'l'tHI'I'1)| : d'CU'I..iClI1' ;' cC the na- right man, the man who la the most several last week.
t ; performances to the WHITE HOUSE, chewin'gum born in Brooklyn, an ace
tI<>r\1 II1.Ul: "': popular,and strongest in section
J -- -o- ; .. .. of the country.'' .'This anIs and drew a crowd of curious, who lariat and all, who would dent like that might happen any;
Howey lost his chance to become governor of Florida "ficjiestrvclu: \ ilc'Jt! sc'vo( Franklin D. Roosevelt. Fay. wanted to find out about this have the whole cockeyed country where.

h when'the Democrats nominated Sholtz to enter the lists of tuS weed< r'.ian 1. say u!.leallro ettevlll;' N. C... People's AdvocateDem. double back somersault he was' pullin' for him and with him, and _
tat: gc1v'r: \ r.int Claw and ( .).. ._... doin" but when, he got around to if there was ever a time In jhe Well, anyhow, it will all be ove
-0 ,. change:: RI ill icopla troll mlchan the point of tryln' to crowd a bot- history of these United States, that when you' read this and we won

; !i' We have a supply or "I told you so" stickers for use sinceTuesday's went: :.:o today: that may vil'rt bo U foolish wise. jO'lel'11'ravo"n'mer.t "Governor the idol of Roosevelt the masses today, standsas whose tle of Father John's lost interest Medicine on we really needed a sure enough have much to worry about( unt
'em, everybody in the wool HUMAN BEINGat
dyed November, so can on ahea
you go
primary It saves wear and tear on the tongue, tonoruw. The Cor. rrvctivet rights and privileges he has championed
aro thane: who baliovo t'Mt! : tlur a at all times. Ho Is far from the helm, IT'S NOW. and make your plans/ for the 4tl
IV o are rood enough: nt they uru o,utfioi being a representative of, or a Not that we ain't !SICK: most of of July. I don't know what yen

i h The new postage increase should have gone into effect on ,..J \bo l-'t strutltlouo: lest choice of the 'big Intero te.: us are, and TIRED too, but we've Of course it would be a lousy are flxin' to do, but I think I 1':
> honor. run nn'I iloitiuci! inllow! in tl.e --Davenport., Democrat (Dem.). found out that the old SOOTHIN' trick to play on WILL and it run over to Daytona Beach for U>'
i July 4th. A celebration might have been pulled in its wstko of linyKRD uitCI'Llllo:1." t r
SYRUP ain't gettin' us no place would probably mess up a darn Frolics that village ought to put:
'' 5' i ix' o "We need a Franklin D. Roosa- and we're gonna quit foolin and good columnist, but CONFIDENCE off a SURE ENOUGH celebratioi,
i'rf velt to lead the country in defiance
In Louisiana for A get a SURE ENOUGH doctor. We I Is what this needs this
f it is legal women to smoke in public of, the Bourbons of: Big Business, country right I year.
PATENT Med- _.
;J case of the law falling in line with what is already being done I PEPPER to better business, to bread and been tryin' one -- -
By "Red"The butter, to beet and biscuits"/ icine after another for a long time

';S o "' Charleston: Va., Gazette (Dem.), now and are Just wakln' up to the

Heading says Capone's home phone number is now listed. .,' fact that all we get in return is a '; ;:'mr w
Bonus Army may be successful The nation-wide demand for the PAIN in the NECK : fo
p 1 And his residence is also pretty well established in the mindsof yet-It takes that fighting nomination of Governor Franklin : 1 A.Jk J}_ JpJ Jc*! flvl *

the world. spirit to win. D. Roosevelt New York cannot Dr, Sholtz has made a careful
be Ignored,"-Springfield, ill, State 1 '
examination and advises that we r 1 :
: o Rell Register(: (Ind.).,, 'I '
Things are not so bad. This time '. .. need an operation, the only way I
't a When the oil companies added one cent to the price of gas next year a dollar will be a thingof "To progiessive-ralndftd Amort- we're ever gonna get well Is to 1 1 1 1 I 1

to pay the government, they added another one to pay their the past.It cans, Governor Roosevelt's words have some capable surgeon go in
but recall that famous slogan of there with a sharp knife and doa
1// own added tax bill. looks like Sholtz from this his famous relative, the square lot of first class cuttin'.
1: _ _ -_._---- side but YOU never can tell until i deal for those who are humble aa BUY reone Tires NOW!
well as those who are great and
i t With the government starting in with one-cent a gallon the votes are counted Influential." Sacramento, Calif., When we get rid of a few diseased -

tax motorists wonder if it will Eee (lQjdJ\.!_ ) tonsils and maybe an appen- While Stock Lasts!
q ,l on gas, step 'up:! as fast as the Postage stamps take a one cent &! dix or two and take some of our

2 i4 ,1 state tax to a higher rate. jump after July 6th. Maybe now Punta -Gorda --Punta Gorda laws down to a good dentist and
+, ; o there won't be so many marriagesdue State Bankreopened recently. have their TEETH fixed why may- BEFORE have we given such amazii

to "fake" corresponding. be we'll feel better, but right now nre-holulay bargains on Firestone Tires and Tubes
S Avery Powell plans to entertain the Suwannee Press
our SYSTEM is lousy, we've got Here is the have been looking for t II<>
1 group on July 16th at Jacksonville Beach. Some of those One fellow I know won't buy atypewriter microbes eatin' the red corpuscles opportunity you

piney woods editors will never be satisfied at home after that ( :because one.' side! .oC the I j :: Other Pens : faster than we can take on nourishment replace the thin, worn tires on your car before you

t' Ll i date ribbon is red. That's one fellow i om. to replace 'em, and it ain't I. start on your holiday trip.
that believes anything with RED FUNNY It's downright
These last for limited time. When
t o TAPE attached to it isn't safe. SERIOUS prices can only a
i Increase In Electing/ Commissionersrt I our stock of Tax Free Tires and Tubes, is gone, pric-
rates will
postage likely cause some accounts (OcalaStar., ) .
5'I v carried by firms to be marked null and void. Persons who would The be height for a'of woman somp-lu-another not wantinga I Almost;loaf0:sight" of until the And I and see where worryln'some about folks Mr.arefrettln" on Firestone Tires and Tubes will go up.
Associated Press Tallahassee correspondent

5' I owe small sums do not consider the amount use up in stamps sun-tan to go in swimming with called attention to 'It Sholtz"' bein'J 'a big POWER and Remember-only Firestone Tires are made wit

l c where bills are mailed month after month. one of these new. fangled, bathing the other day, (and by the way the LIGHT man. Well, if you ask me, the patented construction features of Gum-Dipp; i

0 suits on.There's. A. P. is the,i only news gathering I think It's about time we had a and Two Extra Gum-Dipped Cord Plies under theTrem
little POWER and LIGHT In Tallahassee
that keeps a man on the
r; Tallahassee Daily Democrat reports a contract bridge nothing in luck. If I job agency at the capital) is the proposed We been kept in the Come in today. Buy now and save.

a'q q player who spanked his wife for failing to return his lead is was caught out where it rained constitutional amendment to be dark so long we don't know whether -
down soup I'd have a fork to eat we're goln' or comin' and it's
voted on In November affecting
being sued'for divorce and suggests this action should make with. .
with POWERto
office of county commissioner. gonna a man
spanking a common play for married bridge players. I November, a long way off but ; straighten things out.

(o '- I Due to the fact that BO many Important not too far off to begin thinking .

a ,, :r; Leon countian should be awarded the prize for'originality I i characters are being kidnapped about this amendment and Its Import and didn't the Republicans havea
is the reason prosperity has It has been borne in on our nice little lady like party up
a : in his last minute appeal to the voters. He said : "I am an been hid as long as this. consciousness by more than one In Chicago. I never could under- 4,1

F honest to God farmer and raiser of orphans. I invite all to speaker recently (and may we with stand why those birds hold a con-

''W visit our home wife Avery Powell says that at a modesty say the Star) that the of- vention, with everything all cut
and see my orphans cattle and
wedding the anxious
5 looking man fice of county commissioner is one and DRYED before hand and good
o Is the bridegroom, and the cheerful of the most Important, If not the strong bouncers standin' around to

They say that a lots of folks are getting disgusted with looking one Is the bride's father. most important, to be voted on manhandle any guy that even looks
fl the Yea, and the fellow in the rear of next Tuesday. Therefore it Is like he was flxin to throw a mon-
economic condition north-and
up are coming to Floridafor the house, not married and not fig timely to mention this amendmentnow key wrench.

the duration of the depression. Six years ago, Florida uring 'on getting that way, is the and keep on mentioning it after -

f had its collapse, and it's been gradually building back since sensible one. the June election. For a while it looked like they

then, until now this state is said to be in better condition than The amendment If adopted, might really run hog wild and actually -
As soon as you teach a childto would provide for a tour-year term make up their mind one wayor
almost any other in the union. Furthermore, we have the talk you then have a heck of a I for members of the county boards, another about prohibition, but TIle' Tire /

d advantage of God-given climate and soil. There isn't much time 1 trying )o teach them to keep their terms to be staggered, like bein' Republicans I guess they just
possibility their mouth shut. Of course thisdoesn't Mr. Hoover's furlough for federal couldn't say YES or NO, so they
of starvation or suffering from the I That ?aughtThrift
weather in this
4 apply to a girl baby. employes proposal. It also pro tried to satisfy everybody with a
state.-Ocala Banner. vides that commissioners shall be i MAYBE that don't mean ANY

A columnist foot: Twelve Inches elected at large In all counties In- THING. ,
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!, 1, The city of Pensacola used to have an old ordinance which of readers gags In miserable.a newspaper make some stead that of districts.method now Some, which countiesuse is a I don't know. -whether you were -r. X......

,' made it illegal to roll barrels long the streets, but the law safeguard against a small cliqueor able to figure/ out that fool plankor e

was placed in the discard a short time ago when it was dis ROBERT TRASK DIES I ring in bne district forcing an not, anyhow as near as I could
{ covered FROM PISTOL HOUND. undesirable man on the whole make it out. It was like a little boy
upon the city statute books.
Explaining the mean- county. By, giving commissionersa askln' his dad if he could go swimmin' -

S gin of the law, the Pensacola Journal says the barrels in question Lakeland, June 27. Funeral four-year staggered term it Is and the old man stuck his coMPARE CONSTRUCTION QUALITT PRICItiret.

were barrels of water and the ordinance was 'not so services for Robert Perkins Trask, believed and the Star has previously tongue in his cheek and said "Well,
15-year-old Lakeland High School subscribed to that belief that son, I'll tell you what you do, you : '
strange when one came to study it. In the early days of Pen- student who died in Morrell Memorial better government will result as take a couple of towels and your .>re "fh.e.t..e 'arttortoIDPELDTYPE

sacola there were a number of large springs in and around the Hospital of a pistol wound only half of.the board membership bathin' suit and go to the beach COURIER' TYPES

.5 S town which furnished water for the citizens. The barrels early today, will be held tomorrowat can be changed in any one year, and when you get there phone me 16 $ 49 $ !!
3:30: p. m., from the College which will enable those who remain and I'll let you know." .
were rolled empty to the springs filled and rolled s -
back. To Heights Methodist church. The boy on. the< board to famllartze EACH EACH f N
tc accomplish this a piece of board was nailed across each end .was shot yesterday afternoon at their new associates with continu- Llstenln to that discussion over WHEN WNEN eO HiIN

of the barrel with a large spike projecting from the center, his home, while toying with hisfather's ing projects and the budget. There : the radio was Just like watcbln'a PASTIeN%AINf .INAt.JJS4.75.S9

pistol. are many advantages to be gained guy walk out on the springboard
'r and by pulling on a chain with each end over a spike the bar None of his family was home at by adopting the amendment and, I and go through all the motions like 4.40.21 ,30X3

rel was rolled home. The roads or streets were of deep sandS the time and the accident was not so far as we can see, no disadvantages he was gonna do a beautiful dive 0'--"" .far
and the barrels made large troughs in the middle of the road. discovered until'about two hourslater !. 1.( the people are willing and then have the big sap sit downon -
t'' Then When the victim was rushed to elect a man for two yearson the end of the plank and light a r4..se.. ... .et _..1_.... ,_ ...... .......tal ...... n.s.s 1- ,..11
wagons would come along and cut them up and the to the hospital. __......_ a dt.taa at.. sn .e.t Ik..d T_ __ ..... -Idwa tMf. _
the board shouldbe and can't tell whether f
they certainly cigarette you a5. on.., .5. Mid wtthjllt hUknxl .. --.w.
streets were practically impassable. Soon the barrel rollers Young Trask was the son of Mr. agreeable to him holding/ office he's really gonna Jump in lateron 1-r Pet..w 26.6.._ w ..__=e..0._ w P.aq..... .....t
e t and Mrs. R. B. Trask and mil J slrw.aW M inri fIU
took to_the sidewalks, which were quite narrow and in order the for a longer term with some assurance or come on back down the lad- .
to the grandson of Mrs. O. E. Trask of that there will be less politics der. MI.tfe. ".<...( ... ..."dune VM. O ATi protect sidewalks the
city council passed an ordinance Highlands City and Mrs. G. H. In the commission due to the -

against rolling barrels either on the streets or sidewalks, and Perkins of Starke. His family was lengthened term. But the guy that made a hit with

the citizens had to haul their water in wagons.-Times-Union. among the pioneer residents of It the amendment Is approved it me was the fellow from Nevada J. W. ANDREWS Jr. Starke Fla.J
Florida. .
will become effective Immediately who got up on his hind legs and ,

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