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: May 26, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:01081
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\Would Fix No.More Detouring 1 I Green i Itientioned t Sunday! Shoollug'Scrape I Bradford Crops Buick Sedan Burns New Low Rates

> By Orange Heights; Brings Death To Negro; Near Kingsley Lake; .

f Couniy SalariesAt Road Thirteen Open I hi State Politics Moody Held In Jail Here In Need of f Rain; No One Is Injured On Green Corn ; r q

Road No. 13 between Waldo and Fred,
Lester Moody colored ia being I A Buick sedan belonging to ) ,'U
Gainesville, which has\ been under held for murder following the death : J. Hampton Gainesville attorney, r.

Low Figures construction since last fall, was For Governorship Monday morning oC Booker T : Corn Hurt Some wad'destroyed by fire a short Ulstanro In Effect Soon + 1Seabosrvl I

thrown. open to traffic Jl,nday. DeSue also colord, whom Moodyis thU side of Klngxley Lake I

This news will be welcomed by local < said to have shot Sunday morning -- Monday nftcrnoon. The occupants .
motorists who have been Writer !Says< : His Name Is Used \\cuthor Report Shcmtt .11 prlltulhcr t.
f9rced of the car escaped injury "' / Offlrlul Annnynrifitint I IIe- 'j
r+,,"''"'" C 'aral Dill PlacingSthlr to reach Gainesville the round In Connection: VI 1th \\' (Unfavorable driven
ou.e Ofacini by According to testimony given at The automobile wan by Ion of lOo tit ISo IVr ;
"r Every: about way of Orange Heights.Crews' GovernorshipCongressman the coroner's inquest, Moody and\ Over State Billy Buck of Gainesville, who was lull rounds e ,1

.\t $1000 are still at work dressingup -- some other negroes had been drink- taking n party. of young people to I 3

the earth shoulders, however, R A. Green of this Ing at his home west of town. Crops In Bradford County are the lake, when it suddenly became Carload/ rates on green corn will '

FlXln, larlea for Bradford and the public has been cautionedby district is sometimes referred to In When his guests started to leave, badly In need of rain several cornfields enveloped In flames Luggage be be reduced from 10 cents to 13 t

unty ,iff i 'a'3-' an> amendment toe the State Highway engineers todrive'over political discussions as a possible I Moody followed' them from the in the Brooker election have longing to members of the party; cent per hundred pounds, beginning '

eenem I alary bill was offered it with care. candidate for the governorship in house, carrying a shot gun and been reported materially damaged was saved May 20, according to an announcement t' t
by Repre- 1938, according to John Kllgore.!, made. this ...
Monday week by.
Taller ai se threatening o shoot them. DeSue, by the dry weather and a general
tatiu C Butler The gen- political writer from the State cap- who was not a member of the party slowing up In production is the ill. Bryant, assistant freight t raffia f ? -+,

al solar toll! sets the alary of Canning Surplus I ital. Mr. Kilgore mentioned our happened along find Moody : case in all sections. Poppies On Sale l I manager for the Seaboard Line y 'I
over the State congressman In a recent article discussing all Railway Company +
'county )fflce opened fire at him for no apparent Potatoes have practically @
$1000' vear. Thespian la for likely candidates" four years reason hitting him in the abdomen. been dug, beans are still being Although Bradford County grow- ,k;

, amendment to be offered by Under \Way Here hence. lie continued: The Injured man's brother, Willie shipped because of recent rise in Here Tomorrow rr. roulii not be advised of the reduction I
Hints of future
its salary scale. state politics are in time to in ,
,th county setting DeSue, drove up at this time and prices, peppers are In good condi- I encourage *
The scale proposed for Bradford to be found in tlhs as in all sessionsof when he went to the aid of Booker, tion and are moving in small/ quantities .creaaod plantings for this Reason ? + )t i

only, officials! by Representative Shiny Fields of Beans and Squash! the Florida Legislature and It !snot Moody opened fire on him, hitting green corn and lima bean Tour Voting; ibis. \\1111'111 Plouen.Ill It li: believed that expected rise
$900; aheTr difficult to uncover candidates make their In commodity together with ; !a ,
,Uer is mnty Judge him in the foot but not seriously will soon appearance.In IIiMliieHH Dlittriet 1'orAuxiliary Priced
(! \\III Bo Unnutml By Farmers I a
for Governor In 1936 If wires ,
now reduction
circuit court the rate
i and clerk of the Injuring him.Moody the State weather conditions I will milt In a \

,800: superintendent of public! tn- j Soon being pulled are traced back to see who Is being held in the durlug April were unfavorable for I larger profits to growers, and, consequently ;' ,'

action, $ : assessor, whose hands are guiding them. has staple crops Heavy rains and low Saturday la. Poppy Day for increased forwarding! ;
to county Jail, given no reason I
collector Canning vegetables provide ..q
,200: tax $1800su: The most Immediate politics In for the shootingBradford. I temperatures in North and North Starke eii,l surrounding communities from Starke anti Lawtey this season t ,
food for mouths In this g'
rcisor of registration, $175: hungry this session deals with the selection -- .__ west Florida caused1 considerable and the usual sale of the llttlj s ; .
.uBty commissioners, $72; Justices county was begun this week ac- i b Ste h old-over caucus of damage to planted crops and l hin I red flowers an event which Is fa I The following table, tinned on '" 1 ,

!tie peace and constables, prpaI cording to aa announcement Thursday }president of the 1933 senate. On Join dered farm work. There was also, millar to every person here, will |carload. minimum of 20,000 pounds, Q t''
! Miss Pearl Jordan homo to I
I fees. by the surface, this has nothing to do some damage from hail storms in be sponsored by the American. Legion will show the approximate) saving
demonstration 1
of fixed salaries la!! de- agent. with the Governor's race but as a the citrus and trucking sections of Auxiliary. I to glowers aa a result of the new +

The plan as B substitute for the P res- Mrs C. Sullivan of Theressa has matter of practical politics It may the State. la the citrus bait, Mr. J. A Saul", chairman of the! rate adjustment: t l. a

des,wad system, whereby county of- been Mrs put Sullivan in charge has of automobile the work. have a great deal to do with It. I Palatka July 4 weather condliona have been mote poppy committee, has placed) the i, Old( Kale ,,
On the Job favorable for the and. From Starke Per Per e' ;- '
(except the superintendent( crop pros- sale of the poppies In tho hands ,
ers public instruction, who draws'a equipped with trailer on which the Citizens who have a yen to be pects continue to be much better ) of four gills: Mary Lucille Torodc anti\ Lnwtey! In 100 crate: + f pG ,g

night salary) receives the net/ canning devices are carried from Governor have been seen In the Freeing of Slemorlnf Bridgelll than a year ago. There was some Mildred Huntley l< lIz"bl'\J1.nul-\ Washington, D. C.___5101 $ .AV( / i.' 1''

come from their office, town to town on scheduled days. capital corridors seeking to prevent Increase'! Traffic'er damage\ to truck crops dining April Ungawoith, and Martila Heming. Haiti more 1.08 .080 I ;'

For the year 1932 Bradford Kitchens have been established at possible opponents from obtainingtoo Reed 28 and yields are turning out lower way. Tho girls will start out nt Philadelphia _u_..._ 1.12 ,705 ,, ?, ) /

unty officials received the folvlng Starke, Lawtey, Hampton, Brooker much advantage through pre- than was anticipated I for these 0.30: o'clock Saturday morning 1 nnd New York City_ 1.18 ,7>i3

incomes: County Judge. Graham, Theressa and New ferrment or from 1 having their Bradfordltes who are beginningto crops. will sell poppies In the business Boston ______:.______ 1.31 .82.: ',

576; .71;: clerk of the circuit court, River. friends placed in Important posi- wonder what Is on the program Planting of corn and cotton was district of town only. New I til In -

548.35; sheriff 1,834.24; tax collar Cannings were held at Brookerthe tions. Threats of legislative investigation for July 4, will be glad to learn well advanced early In April, but There Is no set price for the poppies Washington D. C__.i .01 $ .58.1 ur s xM>

J2.067.ll; tax assessor first of theweek and Thursdayat against possible candidates .- that Palatka planning( an elabor- heavy rains later In the month !Mrs. Saul /says, nnd i It Is hoped Baltimore __________ 07, .610 i

297.00. The county superlnten- Theressa, where beans and cab- are also to be heard.A ate celebration to mark the freeingof strayed; much of the planted dO"1 by the> auxiliary that purchasers Phlll1dl'lphh1.01 ..R31.nan ,'

nt receives a fixed salary under- bage, donated by Mrs. Sullivan, number of senators are now the Putnam County million and and delayed planting. As a will contribute generously' to the New York City______ 1,Oft .. '

,ied to be $2,100 plus a few minor were canned. It Is expected that being mentioned as possible selections p. quarter dollar Memorial bridge more than the usual portion of the''' good work. Boston ._ __ 1.18 ,743 '! '

in about ten days many fields of for president The most form- across the St John River Governor crop was still implanted on May 11 .. .

Jpenses.I of the coun- bcons and' squash, that* came in idable Is still apparently Senator S. Dave Sholtz, the entire membershIp and growth was more backward New VctclllJiscm.erecl ; 'r
It IB stated by some I 'G
officers that the above $Incomes late, will be donated Anyone wishing Dlllworth 1 Clarke of Monticello : of the State Road Department than usual.l Oats are showing 1 .considerable County Tick Free '

\'Ich considerably below boomne to give i their fields for this Rumor hath It that some strengthhas and hundreds of residents of runt Condition of oats I By Farm Agent Dyer r7 d ,

; are be at least 25 work should notify Miss Jordan or formed behind Senator William this section of Florida will be'pres- Is reported at 55 per cent compared',' +

|lit receipts less this will year, be ause.d per the :Mrs, Miriam Kickliter at the relief : C. Hodges of Tallahassee, who ran ent. with 35 per cent a year ago and a I'! On a recent visit to the farm of \ State Map Shows +

off of fees. office In Starke. I Just one vote behind Pat Whitaker It la-believed that freeing the seven year average of 73 per cent. I I Mr. P. I>. Welsh, near New River r

ipping The canned goods Is being stored In 1929 for president of the 193; Memorial bridge from toll will Increase The condition of pastures Is above I in Union County, a new variety of r. '.

at the relief office here from where senate and who, was 'campaign travel over Road No. 28, average and prospects for tobacco|I vetch was found growing vary sue tafCst4Vl I '

Bills PassIn it will later be distributed to the manager for John S. Taylor for and, consequently, benefit the are better than a year ago. I ccflsfully, says L. T. Dyer, county Territory Is Now Conflnm 'r
few TII Area. of Very I-Vw a +
needy. Governor In 1928. Senator Samuel towns ,served by this highway/ of Peaches are reported at 63 percent agent 'ounth'II p + n vh l'

W. Getzen of Bushnell, speaker of which Starke Is one. of normal compared with 32 I Several years ago Mr. Welsh, was / h 11 4,,

Last Car Of Flour the 1929 house, is making a bid for The program for the celebration per cent 'a. year ago and a seven furnluhed some hatry vetch seed, I: /
t to
released 1'
According by
7 Weeks' a map
First recognition and is said to have Includes a novel air fiesta, sailing year average of 72 per cent. Pears which is a well known variety of/ '
the state livestock board
Received Thi& Week been bitten by the governorshipbug. races on the St Johns, a programof were damaged' by the Februarycold winter legume, and it ia. thought I Is Shown he tick ,free Bradford d ; ; '.
Senator Arthur Gomez, Key speaking and music and a field and only a light crop In expected that a few of this. variety. was Included .
les of the State. The also>
'gl.ruture Is Slow Enacting The fifth nnd last carload of government West, candidate for Governor in day at the Palatka municipal golf In ttie'planting. While the shows that_ beef +
seven purebred
Major :Measures Report flour for Bradford Countyhas 1932. would probably accept the links. Tomatoes and peppers In Palm lyilry vetch Is not depended' uponto cattle have been introduced here I' i, 1 ,

!\howsTALL.AHASSEE a been unloaded and stored, Mrs nomination, if offered. Governor Sholtz will probably Beach, Manatee and Hlll borough reseed, this varley has survived. as the result of tick eradication.: f

N. Wainwright, president of Clarks und Who? speak briefly during the morning Counties were damaged by heavy and In now/ making progress/ One The tick infested area In Florida( $ i iix

I May 24.Leg- the local Red Cross, announced this Some think that the race will! although the chief executive In his rains and the yield In turnlng'>out 1 acre, according to Mr, 'Dyer, gavea I now confined! to a small section I i ul 1

1 alive that I week. The flour will be held for a soon narow to two candidates and acceptance to the Palatka! Chamber lighter than expected. Hastings fairly good stand and'miulu a comprla iluf the countlea of Hills-
records show during ) I ,
distribution in of Commerce the request potatoes are nearly all shipped. fine growth during the past wln- t
I first short while before general that Senator Clarke will remain expressed borough Manatee Sarasota, De-
seven weeks of Its session!!
the race as chief opponent against that he be asked to 111933 Florida General Assembly : Soto, Hurdca! nnd l portions ofPulc! t
in he believed Florida citizens than a Shipment of Watermelons over other sections of the farm. (
I sued The Red Cross Is now engaged an unnamed representative of a talking as year ago. and Charlotte I ,d
would rather a little Is Increasing but will Mr. Welsh Is very much Interested
taking applications for the large senate clique now nee foe .
I Bills to legalize and tax manu- lot of not reach volume in this variety of vetch, an It I While reduced appropriations t rr ? f vq
amount of clothing that It has on Capitol gossip frequently con- action than bear a oratoryat probably heavy the will retard n '
t ture: and sale of 3.2 per cent which this time.. before June 1. Is relished by all Block, and l Is a i, coming year progres.s 1
hand.. The last shipment, (Continued on Page 8)) In infested territory u
lilt and.. vinous beverages. Included I fine soil!! builder Ho Is going to cleaning up l
IA bill rc-emctlng and continuing was received several days ago I ; try to increase his need production! 'I Dr. J, V Knapp In charge of r +
400 yards of flannel 1000 the work, states that It dome not jg ;
I another also with )
two the seventh next some
years year grow +
1 at t a yards of prints 1000 yards of shirt- and Mr., I mean the effort will be lessened ''1r; ,i
gallon State tax on gasoI II oats for hay grazing.
' : ing, 600 yards of unbleached muslin -II I Legislative Proceeding Dyer U. Interested In this new crop It Is the purpose of the board to i

I Bills to facilitate reorganization ,.land 500 yards of gingham.included and. Is watching Its progress protect every foot.of territory now 4 i
March -
Shipments during -- In the clear and rnnke effort
banks every
f b
and liquidation of closed I I } ;
twenty dozen children's waist- to clean up as much additional ter- 1, ; r '

J uncial,eel banking houses holiday.following the na- suits, fifteen dozen women's rests, ASKS GREATER: VOW ItS own on the number of bills Introduced all state, county, and municipal I II og Scrum A vailableFor ritory as possible r; rl : .

I Bills lifting poll tax payment re- I fifteen' dozen women's bloomers Appearing before a Joint session A the close of the seventh government official*; to prevent Bradford Farmers t

I,Itementa at special elections and five dozen infants' wrappers, fifty of the House and Senate as n week'751 Senate bill had been introduced any official or employee from en- Startling Fact

f tending the time for paying 1932 comforts, 250 pairs blankets, 170 spokesman for the people Governor and 1620 House bills ranking gaging the services of any relativeIn The Telegraph la In receipt of n I Revealed In Audit .
sea : yards .sheeting, thirty-five dozen Sholtz last week presented his a total of 2011 with the regular their own office. The bill also letter from Representative f', C. i.. ,

I A bill State canal ship I men's work hose, thirty dozen I third message to the Legislature. session closing June 3. wuld prevent any official from em- Butler !saying! that all hog raisers _
a 1 1'i
i women's hose, forty dozen chil- mincing of words he I ploying relatives! of any other state, In Bradford County are entitled to TALLAIfASSKR, May 24 -- t
liUiorlty to and With no '
[I'tiuction of direct financing dren's hose, ten dozen Infants hone, warned the Legislature that the CONSOLIIl' .\TK: DKPARTMEVTS: county; or municipal official, Including hog cholera remedies If they will f iFP I ).. .Startling facts were die,1!'

IY. a cross-state, water- twenty! dozen men's trousers eighteen I people must have immediate relief, A response to the Governor's members of the Legislature. get together and let authorities closed! in tl summary of amounts t ,
A resolution I dozen boys' overalls, ten dozen that he would not call an extra ses- message was evident In the Senate know how many hogs they :wish found due by the State Auditing )' 'e',
'' amendment proposing to a Flor-- men's overalls, and two dozen chil- I :;ion to do the work that might when that body reconvened after Employment of married women treated. A veterinarian! will be furnished Department. +f
I1 bone repeal drer.'s playsuits. have been done at this regular session hearing'the Governor speak before except where the husband and wife to those who can guarantee The data compiled by State Auditor '
: dry" prohibition against I of shlrtlnfisheeting : statement that the The cost will Bryan Wlllla covered a period y ,
'I 1 slcsholk' Large shipments asked for extraordinary pow- the Joint assembly of the Legislature made a sworn too hogs or more I ,
' subject and to Intoxicating ratification bevases at- prints! and sweaters were I ers, ;as an emergency act, to reduce:., last Friday. husband could not support himself be 50 per cent of the actual cuest of from January 1, 1020, to March 31. ; tt me

xt year's received In January. and consolidate governmental With a vote of 30 to I, the Sen- and his wife also'would be prohib serum and vlrua.. 1033.! 1
A resolution general election. Some of the clothing has already I expenditures activities; reminded the ate passed the House bill!! to con ited. The penalty for violation of Livestock owners who wish: to During his period audits of roan d

'bona! proponing a constl- been distributed but most of It Is of their platform solidate the shell fish, fresh water the provisions of the bill would be take "advantage of thia offer may ty books disclosed that excess few* (

""IDesteIL amendment to exempt still on hand at Red Cross head- legislators of rigid economy and tax fish and game and geology depart- removal or Impeachment., write Representative Butler at Tallahassee totalling $1,830,709 had been col t '
ip to $3,000: value from members are busily pledges 1319"Bclvldere lected. Of this amount J748.2I4.9O t .
Pollard -
xallon quarters where and Insisted on the pass ments. AE: amendment was added or Dr. ,
reduction; '
evoter subject to ratification by engaged checking. up on applications ten bllla which ha considered giving the Governor power to name AITItOlK: PENSION BILL Avenue, Jacksonville. had been recovered, leaving a balance y' !' I
the is real'y' age'of Ki due and still to be collected of .l r,
A resolution to see that goods essential to keep faith with our the deputies and other employees. The House Tuesday placed :1
donal I proposing a consti- needed before distributing it. The bill creates a State Board of approval on a measure which would TIIUKK: iOOII\ (SIKHVMCOMINO fl.088,02503. )),l m k"
amendment to abolish the people. of TO 'I'UK III'IV. The was complied for '
mcea Conservation, composed of the Governor permit the pensioning persona summary
""stable of, Justice of the peace and FIRST FISH REGISTERED PLENTY: OF BILLS and his cabinet; to operatethe who become 70 years of age and --.... the Information of the Legislature *. r,

e electorate.subject to approval by The first fish in the Bradford Some interesting Information as consolidated departments.The are without visible means of sup "Speed Demon," an outboard mo- and wan brought out on the floor of a '

A County Hardware Company's contest number of bills Introduced Senate unanimously ap- torboat arcing story with William the House dprlng a discussion of .

lna resolution ratifying congres- was brought In this week by to the legislative sessions proved a resolution calling for a port.The measure was House Bill 462, Collier Jr., and Joan Marsh, Is the the County Officers Salary Bill. ( id, i '

lame I duck"action in abolishing the G. B. Newsom, local farmer and during Is furnished previous the Florida Press by proposed constitutional amendment by M. M Andrews, of Holmes and attraction starting at the Rltz today The report also gave the cost of p t'i

ad'< session of Congress fisherman. The fish, a large-mouth State Librarian W. T. Cash. to reduce the number of Judicial would set the pensions at $12 a I It shows ace: of the most sen. operation for the auditing department l + '

class' f hinging. terms of national of bass, weighed eight pounds and Bills introduced: (circuits from 28 to 15, with each month for single persona and $20 a 'satlonal events 11'the worlda for ttf. period aa $3H," 1.28. f' <

nine ounces, and was caught in year Senate House Total circuit to have 50,000 or more pop month for husband and wife. Un- race between the frail speedboats Auditor Wlllla. pointed out that Ills .q,

' Brantly Pond In' Putnam County. t921-_______ 858 1,057 1,615 ulation. The circuits would be lim- der the provisions of the poposal and their daredevil drivers. department was severely handicapped !- 1 9''t
Our Year TermsWanted "The Bitter Tea of General Yen," luck of funds and r + '
within the by per
for each 60,000 only those persona living
1923_______ 643 1,264 1,910 ited to one Judge 1u
j TOO BUSY TO !SPEAK' population. The Governor recommended State five years prior to the enactment widely heralded all Columbia's moot sonnel. Demands for audits continue -

By Butler I According to a news dispatch (Regular this measure In his mes of the law would be elIgi- ambitious undertaking of the cur- to pour In from all sections of i ; I

.Washington., D. C., Important Session) Senate action came after a ble. rent season, tella the story. of a re- the State and although every effort fx
1925,______ 738 1,470 sage.
1'w mendments affecting the official matters made It necessary long debate over amendments to strained New England girl who Is being made to undertake the ,

'11 r: '* legislators were proposed for Congressman R. A. Green to (Special the House approved bill which \LAUIKS:I CUT; goes to. China to marry a young work as soon an possible, lack of '
u !* by t decline an Invitation to address the Session) of iegislalionthe -, mlHHloaary and falls Into the handsof auditors occasions delay. j.
' Representative C. C. ________ 137 865 2,710 would call for a reduction In Judicial Another piece major
'J''tler of Bradford County I Junior Order of American: Menchan- 1925 ___ 9411 1.82' 2,763 circuits from 28 to 24, which bill reducing salaries of I the war lord General Yen. It Is A bill now before the Legislature '' y4 //t

10 ,first was a Joint resolution Ics In Philadelphia recently. Sev- 1927-----nercularSession opponents claimed would bring the State officials some 20 per centIs coming to the Ritz on Monday and would remedy this condition by authorizing } ,

P =g amendment to Section 3, eral months ago he spoke In Lulu I ( situation practically back to whereit on its way to Governor Sholtz'a Tuesday.The the employment of nine fo .
' )
fit 3, Florida Constitution, to I Temple In Philadelphia to a large 1929________ 716 1,422 is at present. Adoption of this office for executive approval. The feature for Wednesday and additional auditors and providing es {il'h''
1k 'rms of office of legislators convention of the order of Patriotic constitutional amendment by the House late Monday accepted Thursday\ "Pick-Up," starring for an annual audit. of all county ,

ur! !stead of two years. Sons of America. Session(Special) voters In the next general election changes made by tbe Senate In the I George Raft and Sylvia Sidney It books. Y ''i..

The second was a Joint resolution of which already had been la a fine, affecting film, telling a -- .
FROM 1929________ 169 272 2,579 would require the Legislature measure "'
opng amendment to Section 2, JOHNS IEARP 1933 to work out .a restricting passed by the House Legislators true story as seen from the wise TELEGRAPH: IS: LATE d, "
'u.>e 7, Florida Constitution, to H E. Johns, who will be remem- (Regular plan. said they expected the Governor to and tolerant viewpoint of Vina Del- Because of linotype troab'rf: at '
lkt terms bered by many of the older residents the eleventh hour your Telegraph:
of office of senators the bilLA mar
sign !
. ______ 978 1,431 1
notified 1931 '
' of Starke, recently announces reaches a few hours )laier this :
representatives four years and NEPOTISM: BILL measure fixing compensationof The management you
but the number In each body. relatives here that he Is In Havana (Special A drastic nepotism measure was all county officials also was I "Robinson Crusoe" 'with Douglas I week. We hope that you will appit f, '' ,
Both resolutions went. to the Cuba. Mr.\ Johns bad not and been was 1931_____ 408 511 3,340 introduced by Senator G Frank passed by the House late yesterday I Fairbanks:: for Friday an4 Saturday :: elate It all the more because of :, .'

'enta l I1UIuttee on constitutional amend-. heard from in 25 years The present session.Is holding its Arlrews, Greenville, applying to ( Continued on Page 8) of nayt week. 1 the slight delay. f,
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week-end guests of Mrs. Mayo'I with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Under

mother Mrs. J H. Moore.D. And the Worst is Yet ComeMA.xrKH'9

I LAWTEYO I W Moore of Fort Meade via I HIGHLAND BOOTSEY'S BEACH hill.Mr.. and Mrs. H. H. Thomas were -- to ...

s ; : J. rhlUIjws Cor.TIIEDR ited his family here Saturday and I M. E. Crews, Cor I L. Ca.ktoss Cor. visiting relatives In Hcllbron sec- -"' ,

:,. 1 Sunday. tion Friday. ,
? : ,
} STORE. UOBHEU J B. Rowe is visiting' in Macclen Mrs. H. M. McRae, Mrs. L. E. --:: --.. -

ny this week. Mrs. M. L. Crews and childrenand Mr. and Mrs. Joe Haddock and Haltiwanger and Mrs. F. M. White I
4 broke out
);iv' Thieves Tuesday night Dr. Wilmot Brown of Tampa Mrs. A. A. Crews were visiting son, Lim, and granddaughter Thel- were visiting Mrs. J. W. McRae In -

I ,p'' plate glass windows in the store of spent the week-end here at the F. M Crews and family here Fri- ma Sikes, of Callahan, spent Sun- Starke Tuesday ,

R. R. Thede and obtained several home of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. day here with Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Miss Gladys Thomas was visiting
pairs of shoes. On account of the dayCecil
G. W. Brown. Hardee and Marlon McCor- Murrhee. I relatives in Hellbron section Fri-
noise of the glass falling, persons
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R Stewart mack visited relatives at Starke Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey and I

I'' nearby the were robbers aroused away and before frightened they- and children of Jacksonville were Saturday. Eld. E. N.. Andoruon! and Mrs. Klz- day.Mrs.. ti. E. Haltwanger\ and I I I N N ,

the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.F. zle Parmenter of Heilbroun were
Little Miss Kathleen Hardee Is Liu I
'o-- could obtain more.APPRECIATE daughter, and little granddaughter, N I
R. Carradine Sunday evening. spending several days at Ralford visiting Mr. and :Mrs. E. N. Craw
lr' Delorles, of Jacksonville are
i H. R Sapp is seriously ill at this ford Sunday afternoon. I I
KOA11 WORK with Misses Mary Esther and Ca- spending this week here with rela- '

the Wood- writing. rack Emma Crews. Mrs. Peter March, Llm Haddock,
Ls Several citizens of Mr. and lira J. L. Harrell who tives.Mrs.
lawn Park section last Thursday Mrs. Kffle Carter and children Louie and Thomas Murrhee were B. M. McRae and little N I II 1\\

gave the officers and prisoners residence recently from purchased Mrs. Lou the Tanksley Edwards, were in Starke Saturday. visitors afternoon to the State Farm Sunday daughter were visiting relatives at 1I '

r from the' State Farm a bountiful moved to this place Friday. Elisha and Clyde Grlffls of Evergreen Green Branch Thursday:
dinner at the home of Rev. D. L. were business visitors here Mr. Curtis Harris, of Belmore. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode and
I I was visiting his uncle, Mr. L. M little daughters, Helen and Doro- I !
children Friday moved to their cot- Monday. ,
corn-1 Murrhee, last Thursday morning.Mr. thy, of Heilbron section! were vis-
at Lake Mr. and Mrs. H. C. I .
tage Kingsley where they Wimberly
J. Norman and f
and Mra. L. .tag Mr. and Mrs. H. M. :McRae
will spend the summer. and children of Nichols are spend- at '
made daughter. Cleo, spent Sunday Sunday. I
r, State Farm, which was possible Mrs. H. K. Biggs and son, H. It.Jr. Ing awhile here with Mrs. H. C. II (
the co-operation of Highland with Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Mrs. F. M. White, Mrs. B. M.
through ., of Barberville were the guests Wimberly, Sr., and family. : ;
the bond trustees aad State Prison Norman.Mr. ,:McRae and Miss Allia Harnage of 3
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Biggs Sunday Mrs. J. W. Griffis Is at st.Luke's .
Farm. and Mrs. Phillip Sullivan this section and Mrs. T. N. Nor-
I 'R.ItT f4war.
t rI l Hospital following an operation have returned to their home in man and Mrs. W. T and A. J. 4
( BECK WINS FlOUT Friday. Jacksonville after spending the Harnage of Heilbron motored to

M Tommy Beck, our local pugilist, Mrs. M. A. Mllli&an and aon, past week here with relatives. I Raiford Monday and were dinner .. SI

added an- BROOKER Mitchell, of Jacksonville visited Miss Thelma Sikes of Callahanwas guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dobbs.
Tuesday evening
:y again when he friends here Sunday. visiting her cousin Miss Thel- I Mr. and :Mrs. N. C. Mott were
laurel to his crown I
li other at the Mine Vera G.I..,, Cat.MottKrlley Some needed repairing Is being ma Gaskins, Sunday afternoon. visiting in Heilbron section Mon-
Frankle Murphy
stopped done to Highland school building Mr. and Mra. Oscar Kelley and I II
Armory in Jacksonville In the second day.Mrs. I I Jf
round of a scheduled ten round and painting will be done later. children of Sanderson were visiting'Mrs. W. R. Halalop visited the e

technical knockout. Miss Jeanette Kelley, daughter Everett Godwin and C. Knight Kelley's sister, Mrs. L. M. bedside of her father, Mr. Henry f lH't J
with a
r yi bout Beck hit murphy Just above .the of Elder J. II. Kelley, and Mr. How of Maxvllle were visitors here Sun- Murrhee, and family last Wednes- Sapp, who is ill at his home at

ard Mott, son of Mr. and Mrs. S.
", left temple in the first round, opening day.Misses day.Mrs. Lawtey. L
; such a severe cut that the ref M. Mott, were quietly united in Myrtle and Virgie Grlffls, Julia Crews and children Mrs. E. J. Lewis has returned

'. eree stopped, proceedings In the following marriage at Gainesville last Saturday Miss Betty Wimberly, L. Norman and Robert and Effle Crawfod home after spending several days

chapter and lifted Beck's' and C. M. Griffis spent Sunday in were visitors to Raiford and Lake with her brother, Elam Glisson,

'y Harrrll-AVaters Jacksonville. Butler Sunday. who is ill at his home at Lake Geneva -
in token of victory.
M : arm Miss Zulena Waters daughter ot Mrs. W. A. Bessent of Starke Miss Geneva Crews is spending

d dt di. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Waters, and spent' Thursday here the guest of this week at Raiford the guest of Rev. C. A. Crosby filled his regu- Ih ct+ ... -

i. TEA FOIl MKS. PAUL MOOUE Mr. Cephus Harrell were united In Mrs. II. C. Wimberly and family. relatives. lar appointment at Heilbron church

r Mesdames W. F. ,Moore, D. W. marriage at Gainesville Saturday Mra. Nelson T. Green and children Sunday. NOTICI3 l 1M hereby: BALK given thnt under The unrest of this weary vorl

; $ Moore and W H. Edwards entertained Mrs. H. M. Hlnaon 'and sons, Le- of Starke visited relatives and by virtue of a Final Decree Is Its unvoiced cry after God

5' iI at tea at the home of Mrs. land and Winton of Gainesville here No man's surviveshis I of Foreclosure made and rendered by Munger.
Sunday. religion ever the. Honorable A. Z. Adklns, Judge
s s' ,i David W. Moore Friday afternoon spent Thursday here as guests ot Heilbronn Springs morals.-South. of the ('Ir<'tllt Court of the 26th Judicial -*--- --
+ Mrs. Paul Moore, a recent ] Circuit of Florida, in and fur 'TIs Impious in a
honoring good
Ir Rev and Mrs. G. B. McGauley. Ml.. Tfcelmm Rhodes, Co. Bradford County In Chancery, dated man
n bride. Doshla Smith and Muriel Brown Punishment is Justice for the unjust. May 23rd, 1TM, In that certain. "RtlROthe..eln be sad.-Young.

a.. (j ; 'I'' The large living room was decorated of Sampson are spending this week HAMPTON 'Mrs. Mary Kite and little grandson .-Augustine. "ViMral lately Land pending Bank of between. Columbia. The,

with radiance roses and fern. here with their cousins. Hazel and Plaintiff and J. H. Sapp and wife,
x t MlM Aim Nlxmo.' Co. Billie Kite, of Jacksonville are Avey fiupp Defendanta. the underpinned
Musical selections were rendered Brunell Morgan., spending this week with Mrs. Kite's SCHEDULE CHANGEDNo. who wnn therein appointed
: by Misses Grace Arwood, Ada Misses Lucile and Louise Webb 1, southbound limited, due ... Special Master. In Chancery to execute
Miss Francis Taylor left last son, D. L. Kite. the Name will, on Monday, the3rd I
andy Starke 10:58:: p. m.
Marie Mayo, Harley are spending some time in Jack
Mrs Jones day of July 1933
Monday for Bellfountaln, Ohio, ) Cora and children, duringthe Idfa -
I,=1 Dolly Dicklna. Several readings sonville with friends and relatives No. 11, southbound local, due hour of Bale, before the Court
where she will visit her sisters. and Mrs. Rachel Brown, spent Sun- I Houne : :
door, 1 In
Starke 9:17 Starke, Florida, sell .
were given by Mr. E. E. Burney. Mrs. J. E. Newton and children : a. m. Dally except
Mrs. P. B. Hunt and Mr. and day afternoon with Mrs. Mattie i hla-hrRt and bent bidder for
Refreshments were served by Dolly of Starke spent Monday here with Parmenter. Sundays.No. ft'lt:': the following described" land" 1 i
Mrs. L. H. Futch attended theGail'1esvllle ;
Dinkins, Kathleen Blanchard, Ab- Mrs. G. E. McGauley. 107, southbound limited, due lyingand being In Bradford
and Billie County Florida to-wit
District Conference of Champ Taylor spent :
ii "ble Harley. Hogan Smith of Sampson was the week-end In Jacksonville Starke 10.07: a. m. The; NEVt of NEH of SW% and
with ,
the Methodist Church at Lakeland R" of HKV, '
No.2, northbound limited, due of NW'i and E'( of
Those attending this pleasant affair visiting friends here Sunday. Jast Thursday and Friday. their parents, Dr. and Mrs. R. P. NEV4 of NW>4 and BW4! of NWVi -- More than fiC)*
P Miss Connie McGauley of St. Starke 6:08: a. m. of NEVi and WV6( of NW choice
of Havana
were: Mesdames W. E.Torode, Taylor.Mr. % ,r fillo-
Rev. O. E. McGauley will preachat No. 12, northbound local, due NWM of NE%, all In See' 21, .
H. B. Arwood, A. M. Lewis, R. R. Petersburg Is spending some time the Baptist Church next Sunday, and Mrs. Jim Thomas Were Township 5 S.. Range 22 E., containing pits other choice l Ir

t Thede, C. Y. Mayo, J. T. Moore, H. here with her parents, Rev. and morning and evening. visitors to'Jacksonville Tuesday Starke, 3:17: p. m. Dally except with the 65 acres more. or lens, ported tobacco.?,I
Y C. Brown, A. H. Harley, S. C. Harley Mrs. G. E. McGauley.Mr. Mrs P. B. Hunt and mother, Clarence Davis, of the Forestry Sundays. Bale to be made pursuant tn taste and aroma fomJ
1 No. 108 northbound limited due
E. E. Burney, L. F. Dinkins, P. and Mrs. Tom Stuart and said Decree to satisfy the same and
Mrs. O Haynes, accompanied by Camp Ocala, was visiting Mr. Starke 6:11: m. coat. only in higher: priced
1* Dinkins, O. J. Phillips, M. B. son, Paul, formerly of Jacksonville, Mrs. P. J. Pearce and daughter, and Mrs. R. U. Parmenter Sunday.Mr. p. Branch E. K. FERRYMAN cigars..that's JOHN
Starke and Wannee
Plummer, R. F. Howell, J. H, are now making their home here. Russell Carter visitorin A" !Sneelal' Master In Chancery. "RUSKIN
Miss Annie Mae, of Starke, were was a standard
Mr. No. 101, leaves Starke 7:00: a. m., DZ6Dt623lit| |
and Mrs. L. Morgan and
Moore, Vernon Rowe, W. H. Biggs,, section
visiting in Valdosta last Sunday. our Saturday. ---- value.
No. 102 arrives 2:40: m.
E. B. Wells' T, J. Terry, J. R. children and 'Doshla Smith and Misses Shirley and Frances Col- Miss Pearl Jordan of Starke wasa p. :\KIII'ITCV NOTICM
t Muriel Brown were visitors to )Lake: In the United States District Court Don't be misled
Misses by
E. E. Reddick
Shepard, visitor here last .
1- ley have recently been the guestsof Thursday.Miss T. J. Griffin, AgentClosing District of 'Florida In
r Toby Dunbar, Enza Blanchard, Er- Butler Sunday.Mr. their Mrs. Edna: Davis and Mr. Dutch Bankruptcy. Cane No.: 4440 old time brands
grandmother, Colley .
of Malls In He: Wade
mle Whitehead, Joyce Terry, Rebecca and Mrs. John Mott were at. of Starke.' Harley of Lawtey were united, In South Bankrupt of Starke Hampton, .Florida Andrews, In, u "marked down

Whitehead, Effle tending to business in Lake City Mrs. C. L. Houser marriage Monday night. We wish fountv of Bradford. : sc."JOHNRCSKII
and children
Train No. 11, parcel post 9:00a. NOTICE 1 le hereby given that the I
fi Kathleen Blanchard. Mlner'l Saturday. left this week for Chattanooga, them a long and happy life. I m. above named bankrupt who was ', d is the only cigar givuf
Regular church services were Tenn. where will make their We are sorry to report Mr. adjudicated on March 23. 11)33) ban t you full 1933 value
held here Saturday and Sunday Train No. 107, letters, special delivery filed Duplication for dlncharge from ? '
n ENTERTAINS W. M. ; by future home. Mrs. Houeer'' remembered George Wainwright on the sick list I and special handling 10:00: all debt provable against ald bank. I 7 for your 5 ccnti.
Rev. G. E. j
McGauley.Mr. rupt except such a are .
at this excepted by
Mesdames R. F. Howell and Ver- Miss Max. a
and Mrs. L. O. Hazen and as Maggie I 1I.m. law front curb discharge and that a ; Try few today'
I non Rowe entertained the ladles of well. She Is a graduate of the Lonnie Carter and Ossle Norman North hearing will l be had before the wndernlaned -
: W. M.' U. at the home daughter were attending to busi- of Woodlawn were visitors here Keferee on June 27, 1983. You will enjoy every
Baptist Starke School and has
ness In Gainesville Saturday. many Train No. 12, parcel post and at 10 o'clock a in. at his office, and puff.GATNESVIIXE.
of Mrs. R. F. Howell aft Saturday night. Craham Iliilliiln ,
Tuesday Friends throughout Bradford and letters, 2:50: p. m. r Jacksonville Flor
Misses Juanita Williams and ida, and nil creditor and other -
ernoon. After devotional, conducted Union Counties. persons
A new war tank jumps ditches.' Train No. 108, Letters, special In Intercut are hereby notified r'
by Mrs. T. J. Terry, and business Miss Kathryn Weest is visiting Gerties Green and A. J. Yarbroughwere I delivery and special handling 5:10: to then and there chow cause If any ..) Save The
discussion the hostesses served delicious friends and relatives in Miami this in our section Saturday. they have why the prayer of mild r Bead.
a The largest city In South America p. m. petitioner + + Thu Are
(, ice tea and cake. Those attending week. Dated JacksonvilleFlorida May
is Buenos Aires, Argentina Night malls close at 6:00: p. m.- Itaenua.s Redeeaublar
God the wind the 16, 1UJJ.
t, Mesdames T. J. Terry
were Mrs. Vonda Inman of Starke was
Train No.1 South, 11:17: p. m.; MORGAN F. JONES
4 4 H. B. Arwood, J. L. Harrell, J. Take time to eat, even if you I the guest of Mrs. Beulab Hunt last shorn lamb.-Sterne. train No. 2, North, 5:08: a. m. .It Referee In Bankruptcy

3.1.: Reddish, O. J. Phillips, J. A. -
must rush through your work after Monday.Rev. Starke and Bell Branch-Train 1\0'1'110) "'0 Rirrntts ANIr

1, Hane-and Miss Joyce Terry. you have eaten. John Mullady, ofPutnam No. 101 mail closes 7:00: a. m., No. nEDITOR'J; !'
Notice la
r. Hall, preached at the Christian RISING 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. credltoiH, legatee hereby, dlitrlbuteea given that and all

lIAItLEY-DAVIS Fire losses in national forests to- Church last Sunday morning and Blue Bus Scheduled all persons having claim against
totaled''307,722 acres last year compared evening. Mrs. It. M. McRx-, Cor. the state of Alice Humphrey, deceaxed -
Of cordial interest to their many Dally, effective Jan 1, 1932. are hereby! requested' to present
fL friends Is the announcement of the with 605,073cres, the prev- Mr.i and Mrs. M. V. Sullivan, of Northbound 0O3: a. m., 1:59: p their claim to the Honorable
ious year. Miami, are the guests of Mr. Sul- Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McRae of :-'atio; : ferryman: County Judge of
T& marriage of Miss Edna :Martha I m., 4:59:: p. m., 8:19: p. m. ; County, Florida: for his

Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mra. R. ivan's mother, Mrs. J. P. Sullivan. Waldo were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Southbound-9:34: a. m., 12:34: p approval within! one ((1) year from

$ V. Parmenter of the Heilbron section The Shakespeare Memorial theater Walter Underhill Sunday. m., 4:34: p. m., 12:50: a. m. date held In hereof bar,thereto or this, and notice all persons will ba

i and St. Clair (Dutch) Harley In Stratford-Upon-Avon It is always better er to have the Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Neal and lit Tickets and Information a1mlth's Indebted 1 to said estate are request !g
l.lAwIe .N5.0L
visited by 167,000 during the last body at normal temperature before tle granddaughter, Marlon of ed to pay their paid debt forthwith Cipr Ufc.C .ILL-
Macclenny May 15: 1933. The ; Service Station, next to to the undersigned executor. CANDY CO.
couple will make their future tourist season. eating a meal. Gainesville spent Saturday here courthouse.: Thin. 6th!i day of May, A. D 1913.
young A. a .,..... Gainesville. Fhl.. TliH.tr. I blliOf

;9 ,, home here.- cr'1.'liB MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET- Q. C!;;' L: R JZ;;}'-- -I

Frank Milter of Winter Haven is
.- .. ... -..... 1 I "\ I
'ii h visiting here this week.

a Jones Bros. Tuesday moved their I .tlnily i IJU22 HERB4T 3AW HIt'; j -TH1EN tHE BATTLER GETS A MEAN 1.F.211.......

tore across to the building next MAIN rREET'4rAVORITE FIGHT: TAP, ON HIS SMELLERfr GET''IM

4. J' to bank where they will carry a LAST: WEEki .lOOK k'OUt' ( p7 FIGHT
,Y9 complete line of staple :and fancy Atl' HE'S MAKER AN" MS SOLD HAYTHERE DEACON, (SAVE HIM

spent the week-end visiting reU Tn6 BOYSASOUT THAN A
:Mrs Bryant Reddish, who spent HEART FALLGLAND
tf the week here visiting -relatives WHY ME'a Alrj'T so GOOD itzEATMENr '' '

i .,, And friends, returned to her home LASr WEEK :DEACON TOOL ACTIN line
86 YEARS ,
! Ja Jacksonville Sunday WOBBLE: WITNESSED ? UP AGAIN Pell
OLT5 >
:Aliases Edna and Thyra Ililliar HI'? FIRST PRIZE FIGHT. 1 ..

''i and friends here this week.

W. F. and Paul Moore are trans OVEQ THE GAME 0

acting business in New York this & AT ME FOUGHT IT AU.

,week. OVER MAIN t=i19 o.
R. R. Thede and daughter, Gullda \
f{ :Marie, were business visitors to r (
._ ,1' ,
g Jacksonville Mon..tay.'Tholle ".-
.. .
attending the fight In Jacksonville -
y' .am.w I

1' Tuesday evening were Mr. -- ,-- ..., .... NI 0'1:.. IWIIA a'
and Mrs.. F. R. Carradine, T. T. .

,f l Darly, and Cheatham Peele. DOROTHY DARNIT = '' ;; -I II

Miss Elsie Loadholtz of Jackson.I 1 I r By ChaTles', an1lS

I villa spent the week-end with relatives ., I WrlAT ARE YOU
and friends here. Ii THINKING AQOOT NO. ITS THE
i WEEK IN THtt'l? ?our 'ARE You GOING

i' :Is spending the week here the guest OF SCHOOL SUMMER? SUMMER I wAA-r.

11 of Miss Mattie Edith Rone. \ HAVE To 1 RIQHT' HERE

:L Miss Inez Forsyth of Starke Lrma

spent several days here the guest t

a t r' Yi of her sister, Mrs. Paul; Howard.Mr. .fO

and Mrs. N. S. Blount of Ft. 4

:Myers arrived here Sunday to be

,', : at the bedside of Mrs. Blount's

, mother, Mrs. G. T. Pearce, who Is i ? .

seriously 111. "

R. F. Dinkins of Jacksonville visited .\. "
'' la his parents here Sunday.

d, Mr. and Mrs. J. :M. Reddish and d.

children were week-end visitors to

;'y Valrico. I.i I

A. M. Lewis and W. H. Edwards

1; are transacting business In Fort

f,' i :Meade tabs week. P

ru I",.' Mrs. C. Y. :Mayo and daughter, ''''''Ao r

4 t :bliss Ada Marie, of Tampa were I-
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REOPEN THIS SUMMER: TUNNEL UNDER BAY The Confederacy, during the War .'
PENSACOLA After an inactiv- TALLAHASSEE Passage by Between the States, obtained '
ity of some weeks it is announced both houses of the bin granting I.L + Do You Know? + I large portion of Its supplies of salt a
one unit of the big sawmill a franchise to the West Coast from a plant on St. Andrews Bay '
STATE NEWS plant at Caryville. in and '
Washington Bridge Tunnel Company fol' near where Panama City now {
County, is preparing to start again, the construction and operation of a stands. Federal naval forces destroyed ,' I'

of Florida in Short Paragraphs to begin operations about August 1. bridge and tunnel across Tampa It with a loss to the Con-
News The mill at that point Is operated Bay from St. Petersburg to Bra- federacy of approximately $3.0OO- ;
by the Florida-Brown Lumber denton mean. substantial unem- OtX(>. ,
Company, and It is claimed to be ployment relief for Florida, it was
-- one of the largest in this section. said here :
by of the
---- -4Is' sponsors proposat.
'--- -
The plant has been idle a long time The cost of the project will :
fiVS TANK Jo"lREDCRESCEN'l' REPLY TO GOVERNORDE and hundreds of men have been be $7.300.000 and till bridge and r 9
CITY-What might LAND---Dental that Volusla forced into Idleness as a result of tunnel will cover a distance of -

me of the most serious! County school funds ever hart been the inoperatlon. The rejuvenation- seven miles, with, the tunnel dip-
1 been History of Crescent City transferred from one district to an- of the plant, however, will be felt ping under the ship channeL The
narrowly in averted early Thura- other in violation of law Is con generally throughout West Florida, project will save a distance of 49 "
sS morning at the Dixie Service tained in a statement forwarded by /and local exporters are elated over miles to persons traveling from St. L

YtJon The Southland Dairies re- the county school board and Supt. i the sew! sources of export product Petersburg Jo Bradenton, and will: D- di
Crated truck was at the service George W. Marks to Governor be a link on the West Coast Highway -: tl
1: and someone struck atch Dave Sholtz, answering an inquiry COACH OMITS ATHLETICS from Mobile to St. Petersburg, W" ai/F r
tion to secure light that he would by the Governor as to the handlingof DAYTONA BEACH-Education connecting up with the Tamiaml' '

able t( fee how near empty the school funds In the peninsula Instead of football was the theme- Trail and other arterial highways.f \ .
Mllne tank of the truck was. The district The answer set forth that of Dennis K. "Dutch" Stanley, new For Your Protection

ign'W' the gas In the tank the county's system of handling football coach for the University of CU'ttN!; > ALIMONY e NrT k
tch ones, clapped his hander funds had been properly audited Florida and youngest gridiron men WEST PALM BEACH Asser- dud! Financial Safety }(
t Mr tor in the South, when ,... .t...l.4 h.. ,Il" ,
of the tank untile and approved and that had'the he made a tion y. NNM..e
the m uth Mrs. Buford Sandala, of a a*w ot ._... .... __ m
fire was xtlngulshed, causing district's schools been kept open speech to high school graduates at Pahokee, had married seven bus- _Lw..ir 1 t
ournf- over his entire left for the full term, a'deficlt of $2,000 a Rotary Club meeting here Monday bands before stie added- him to her a....Mai M",..l..w r
InfUI ...... .. "
Had* this!: small fire not beentinguiehed would have been sustained. Without even mentioning I| list of spouses, was made by Ste.phen -.-n... -........... plh....-we..wr.r. !
athletics Coach ...._ ,_ .. _
it Is quite probable Stanley told his I C. Sandala In a motion seek- O. u- IM .hew "'
\ of the larger gas- PLANT IEGUlUESHAWTHORNEA youthful hearers what to expect In \ Ing to be relieved of her mIY.-.w 4-.r..n-r ,, I
t an explosion paying $10 I... w ..,..., ,a..1..wh..
loe tanks around the station majority of college, and Informed them the weekly alimony. The temporary .......-.......,x,.......,_,_ I 1
) auld have followed. this section plan to plant more major reasons for getting a college I alimony bad been ordered as a result HAROLD C. WALL I
legumes, such as crotalarla, velvet education are to help a man In- of a divorce suit, still pending, INSURANCE 1
('II.\IR LEG COURSE beans, cow peas and beggar weedto crease his earning power, develop in which Mrs. Sandala had charged< ; f
MIAMI BEACH-A course In improve the soil of their fields, his intellect, and enable him to live Stephen with cruelty. STARKE. FLORIDA r J, f 4

how u< art when a chair legteaks B. K. Wheeler, local vocational best and serve most.CItOSSSTATE. .-, 'F ,,-,.. I r r if
wU)) be offered students In training agent, disclosed followinga STATUE HITS CHILDST. ..
* Ida M Fisher High school here survey. Crotalarla led the list CANAL AUGUSTINE A marble
e I
,xt fall That's the. way the of legumes of the farmers becauseof OCALA-A. F. Knotts, Republican statue in the Plaza, just across the u ATLAS ',
nurse is labelled by F. J. Gottwall, Its high tonnage per acre and leader, of Yankeetown, Fla., in street from the poatoffice, fell and .
r, bead of the department of in- high nitrogen content per ton. It an address here said Army engi- seriously Injured Steve Stratocos, hh, CI/. 11..1 11.11.." a'r

.istrial" education, but he hastens can be planted In the crops at the neers will recommend next month son of Mr. and Mrs. James Strat- THAT with Its ten unit with a capacity of 550,000 hart power, the
? explain that It will be a course time of laying by and will grow the building of a cross-Florida ship acos. He was one of a group of .Chlppawa hydroelectric power plant on the Canadian The Standard Oil t'Tire
practical electrical wor genre until the frost kills it. Other legumes canal, which will follow a route children playing around< the statue. .Ida of the Niagara: River, la the largest power development of Its kind {
metal work, furniture repair- will be grown for stock feed from the mouth of the Wlthlacoo- The child was carried to a local In tha world The water comes through a 13-mile channel from Chlp Guaranteed .y, ,
L, and simple plumbing. "We be- as well as for improving the soil, chee River, across Marlon Countyand hospital, where X-ray pictures revealed pawa, above the Falls, to a point on tha top of the Niagara Gorge near
eve that school boys should learn Wheeler stated. down the St. Johns River to' a fractured hip and pelvis Queenaton. The plait 'it owned and operated by the Ontario Government. One Year

be 'handy men'," said Gottwall, the Atlantic Ocean. Knotts is bone. He also sustained a deep cut
) president of the SHOULDN'T CROSS KNEES NEW C'OURT HOUSE': .. .. .. ..-.. .. q t
Raid that Is the purpose of the INDUSTRY IN SALT Florida Inland and on the head. 1. . .......1 i
lourse, The class slogan will be FERNANDINA The water Coastal Waterways.. Association, a MIAMI-Claiming net employer TALLAHASSEE Constructionof
|i handy man In every home." front of this city Is now the centerof member of the Florida State Canal 1 TWO LIFE TERMERS ESCAPE struck her with a yardstick be- a $250.OOO courthouse which
a new industry. A plant has Association, and of the GulfAtlantic TALLAHASSEE The State cause she crossed her knees as she would house all county and city Frigidairethe
Waterways Association. Prison Bureau has sat in a chair, Mrs. Myrtle Stubble
T\LKS!' ABOUT been established here for the refining reported offices la proponed 1 by the Leon
Alva Edison of two filed suit here for $iOOO< damages
I MIAMI Thomas of coarse salt, capable of escape prisoners serving County Hoard! of Commissioners.
apt only four hours In bed, bute putting out 26,000 pounds of FLORIDA'S BIG EXHIBIT life terms for murder from a State : against Mrs. Mary A. Cruger of They- have authorized: drawing of three year gllar-
took frequent naps in his labora ground salt dally. The 320 foot TALLAHASSEE Twentytwocars road camp near Blountstown. The Miami. Mrs. Stubble said she form..rly a resolution asking the Legislatureto
Itory his widow said here, four-masted schooner Augusta G. of exhibits including a living men were listed as George Rexford, was employed as secretary grant a clear title to the prop anted electric refrigerator -
Jmcheon In her honor. Often 'therent Hilton from the Cape Verde Islands orange grove are en route to Chicago of Lake County sentenced May 14, anti companion to Mrs. Cruger. erty upon which the present court-
Inventor worked for 48 hours, had been purchased by the Canary to form part of the Florida 1930, and Charlie Altman, of Baker Mrs. Stubble charges In her suit for house Is situated. The property la t

,i a stretch, but at the conclusion Shipping Corporation for the Importing exposition at the World Fair, Na- I' County, sentenced April 23, 1929. damages that she had to be treatedat owned by the State and was designated t
if f such extensive application to hisk of salt and olive oil and than Mayo, state commissioner of No details of the escape were available a hospital for nervousness after for park purposes.

he would sleep for 24 hours, the exporting of lumber and poles. agriculture, was advised today. I to authorities here. the incident. For Bale by '
lithout waking, Mrs. Edison said. .. Mayo announced that the exposi- Plan your diet to meet your ,sr
tllson 'loved his work as a child MALLIE MARTIN INDICTED tion was considered as Florida's MOVIE WORK BEGINSST. The Lewis State Bank, at Talla- needs-a brain-worker does not require -
J.ves, his play," Mrs. Edison said, TALai.AHASSE-Mallie Martin, greatest bid for new citizens, Increased PETERSBURG Florida'sbid hassee, is the oldest bank In Flor- heavy foods.

i explaining the long hours thereat Crestview publisher, former member consumption of Florida's for a place in the motion picture ida. The Quincy State Bank, at .-"- Smith's Service
: scientist spent In his labors of the State Road Departmentand products and greater tourist pat- industry advanced a step Mon- Quincy, has Bank Charter No. 1, With trade more active and mon
11'ry. one time secretary to former ronage. day with the filming of first scenes tut, the Lewis institution as a bank- ey circulating more freely, New '
Governor Doyle E. Carlton, was in- f In one of the 33 pictures contracted ing house, even antedates this. Zealand believes. the country Is 4s

HOOKS BIG TARPON Mcted on a charge of embezzlementby KLOEPI'EL IS IIOS7 for by the Aubrey Kennedy produc- t again headed toward prosperity StationStarke r r p
| SARASOTARobert Brundage, the Leon County grand jury. He JACKSONVILLE-Florida state tions, which has constructed stu- Tupelo honey, produced In the /s

st: 14 years old, thus far Is the was specifically charged with embezzling officials and lawmakers were gustsof dios here. Marshall Nellan is di- Apalachlcola River valley, is the All toxins. and poisons/ that Fla.
ding contestant in the annual $4,750 from E. C. Strick Robert M. Kloeppel, local hotel recting the picture featuring Olive only honey known that does granu- might contaminate the blood are ,
1\1011 tournament here. The Co- land of Pensacola., State Shellfish owner, at a banquet and dance here Borden. late or become rancid.< removed by the liver. a I

mss, Ohio, boy pulled out a sit Commissioner during the Carlton Saturday night. In all there were -;,
ler king weighing 129 pounds, con- administration. The two men are more than 400 guests who heard I- .
Inferably heavier than the fisher- relatives by marriage. Governor Dave Sholtz and other II

an himself, Not only that but hew state dignitaries speak at the banquet :I _

landed a tarpon weighing 8ounds 5 FROG HUNTERS SOUGHT Prior to the dancing there I t I v
i the same day. ST. AUGUSTINE-Ralph Cook- was entertainment by a vaudeville >{
man of Elkton Is advertising for troupe and an orchestra.

EXTORTION I'LOT CHARGE frog hunters, and sets the pricehe d c'urzg.dfl1ca.Icr11
MIAMI Joe W. Pinder, formery will pay per pound. The good FIDDLERS TO FIDDLE ,
of Fort Lauder ate, has beenfentenced old bull frog has fed many hungry LAKE CITY--Convention of the H

to four years In the Atnta mouths in other sections of the Fiddlers Association of Florida will ;.c.//td".
< Federal penitentiary for atonptlng State, because frog hunting and the !be held in this city May 26, It has '
to extort $150 fromrge sale of frog legs has developed into been announced by F. W. Beden- S

*> W Burdine, Miami. The quite an Industry in Florida. baugh, president. Fiddling Pursell May, lb. 1933 ?
government charged he sent sftreatenlng of Pensacola, state champion, will
letter through this e DECLARED\ A RACKET be in Lake City to defend his title. e t ,1 4 n
to Burdine. SARASOTA Tax certificate Many\. other sections of the State

foreclosures by Sarasota Countywas will be represented. own organization and by others
I'am told---by my
l'OOIt :MELON SEASON called "a legalized racket" by Time and again

ESBURQ-Melon growers have Representative John I* Early, who TALLAHASSEE TROLLEYS AUK OUT ___that I penalize myself by quality. V-8/what they .
ever experienced quite as poor a addressed a meeting of about 500 -- Authority to putting into the Ford
"on as this, due to the drought citizens here Saturday night. Early abandon street car operations and Friendly critics protest our is not necessary; 11>a J
pd to the fact that northern plainly had the crowd with him substitute motor coaches has been "twenty-year steel. They say such quality

'eather Is still unsettled. Prices when he said foreclosure of the cer- granted the Motor Transit Com call it and that the public does not know the
tarted at about $200 a car average tificates by county commissioners pany of Jacksonville and the Miami the public does not expect ; I ,

pd range from,that down to $125. Is designed to "line the pockets of Beach Street Railway by the Flor- anyway. .1
ida State Railroad Commission.8GHOD& difference ; .
yield la small. county attorneys. '
But I know the difference. { I'
A drives- J
is not the car
By DWIG that the car a man sees
BAYS I know sees. The car which is seen,
the car which the all
drives accessories ,---

you FaRO 'OM"r I. ;$.NO3 I Sao \1 Hi' t SaFevyER. comprises beauty of design color and attractive think so is that they
\ ,.J Yoh The best evidence that we
I Booi"e A" n 1CAr4Tt t s desirable of course. -
: s taittalltDORNatla ,
:; lIP the Ford V-3. i
CfFt.l1 Tat/T 17d : are all found on which is the basis of

: V, f gat -':'''keHeJ>Ref ,. aes 'f(1.J ft1t6t12."! r. o..rg 0I.f1'M'iete1f But these are not the car. The car proper its reliability, ; the structure ,., :,

'lbws "iaJ Pa OF *U the type of engine and { ?
rest is ; h'f
l4jf 0" r"'" -r.oEtt sAY", : all the thought and experiment ;
t>S foR. A OR7ItgN lurt. uO' woae0INAS\ AU-i, of chassis and body ruggedly 'durable; the long of comfort convenience $
development .
',. factors; the steady ,4
HELP onveec) Gr given to safety ,
These make the car. jS'rry'
4 rVa and economy. But we
three years. 1I n
built that will last two or
/ A qar can be material of our car to be as '
built We want the basic 1
have never it is bought. Ford
-- discarded as the day l 4
the day
dependable the road. It costs more to
still on
cars built 15 years ago are do not skimp are cost and '
items we t
--but two + r !
car ,
durable would +
build a
could "get by"-the} public I
conscience. A great many things { .
But we would know.
know the difference. hesitancy.I .
ki. without any
is a car
t Ford V-8
The years' reputationwith
whole thirty 1
trust our l
in it. I 4 I
know what is V-B. It is larger.
is even better than our previous
6 it. It
all round.I .
better Job
mechanically a
more rugged and because I know the car will'
v '/ readily say this in an advertisement { it

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Woodmen Circle Meets : i Rev. W. 'F Jones, pastor. There will b,.L \K a. p iI

The Starke Woodmen Circle her l Do You n&o----l? Service for Sunday, May 28, as Klpgsley Lak
+ Sunday M.y .:-
: ,jocicty.1J their repular meeting Tuesday evening follows: Pastor William
May 23, at the W. O. .W. 10:00: a. M.-Sunday School. services contra,,
Hall with a large attendance Mrs. 11:00: a. m.-.The service will be
Every body welThe !
Hul.ih Hunt as presiding officer in charge-tif the presiding elder.
\ 0" J An Invitation was read and ac- 6Y'f 3:00: p. -Quarterly Conference J j
1\frs. Demorest EntertainsIn Billy Parker Honored copied for Starke Grove to attend -----.

Honor of Mrs. Robinson On Birthday the district convention to be held l 8:00: p. m.-Evening Worship. world i
"Three Friend.
.. in Gainesville May 25, at 2 o'clock Sermon by pastor.
Mrs H. F. Demorest entertain Mr /and l Mrs T. D. Rlckenbacke In the Masonic Hall. The Starke I Ir the Srt nl h-Ame''
at bridge/ Thursday afternoon I n delightfully entertained last Frlda;, degree team will conduct the Initiation 4 : NEW lAJXCll STAND arms and munili, .
honor of Mrs. J. C. Robinson. A evening: at the lilgga Cottage at t ceremony during the afternoon g4 W D. Pcnder has erected a small Spanish fleet fm i
triots, Is
number of social attentions are bl Kingsley Lake with a surprlni e, session. It was also moved and \ building a short distance west of still doij-K
boat al
i ing shown Mrs. Robinson by hi r party for Mrs. Rlcltenbackcr's: son, carried that the circle join the Kingsley Lake on Road No. 48. Jacksonviiit" ."
circle of friends who greatly regri Billy Parker, the occasion being his Woodmen for their annual picnic tope Mr. Pender plans to operate a .
her coming change of rrxlitence., birthday anniversary. held some time In the near fu lunch and cold drink stand. The city of Bog-,.
A color motif of pastel shade R After a delightful swim the ture.After by Gonzalo Jimene i
1 was c'trrlcd out in the flowers use 1 guests enjoyed a wclner roout, the business meeting asocial The natural chimneys of Augusta 1583.
th for decorating and also, in th e During the evening dancing was hour was upent. The social County, Virginia, show how a liver capstone of
dainty tallies and wrappings of tb c also' enjoyed and at a late hour committee servod sandwiches and cut down its plain in a comparatively The th
i prizes. Five tables were arrange'd punch and cake was served. Iced tea.Entertains. : short time. monument weighs!! 4 ',
Mrs. Rlckenbacker was assisted .-' .
for bridge, and after several pro- I
i jrrezjlons the hostess preu'enod, t,o In entertaining the guests by Mrs. Bridge Club Tn New York state employes are TOO LATE TO ('I t ,p
Mrs. D. Montlcth and Mrs. N. t, C. A. Knight intitled to compensation. DIAMONDSI hav,
Wulnwrlght the high and loi Those invited were: Misses Bun- Members of Twentieth Century' i ---.-- mond bargain
prizes, The honoree was given I) nie Canova, Dorothy Ritch, lope Bridge Club were entertained last I A six-mile water course separates pledges. Cr.1"'e seiflee.
'I lovely /gift as a memento of th e. Inyncy. Georgia Haynes, Martha' Thursday evening by Dr. and Mrs. I Oakland from San Francisco. Joe E:: ..VVHson5Z52SES25H52SESi
occasionAt Powell, LcnaBelle and Cleo Shep1 H B. McLendon at their home on' a, >ranL' c
the close of the nfternooi aid, Ruth Sternberg, Genevieve Walnut street.
Mrs. Demorest served a. tcmptlni g Kinly, Lillian Sternberg, Irii Colorful spring' flowers were .l'.l'I I : keavxf "
salad course to the followinj g Brown, Lu'a Dedgrave Louise Edwards used throughout the lower floor of N 3 ; i aa f
guests: Mrs. J. C. Robinson Mrs Rosalind Jacobs, Kitty Hog- the home where the guests enjoyed 'af K
J3. P Carpenter Mrs. T. T. Long, wed Lois Adkins, Mina Managua, several progressions of bridge. Dr.
Mrs. L F. Chapman of the Stnt e and Ellen Wiggins of Keystone and Mrs. E. L. Biggs were.awnrcbe'd \WHY WORRY/ \WITH} YOUR

Farm, Mrs L. D. Vlnlng. Mrs. K, Heights; and Arthur Manassa, A. both high prizes and Mrs. J. C. *
M. Johns, Mrs. J.V.. Andrews, E. Wall Jr., Charles Darby John Robinson who is leaving this week < a r:
Mrs. W M. Wainwright: Mrs. O. L, Andrews, Julian Peek, Jr., S. R. for Apopka to reside, was pre I .. -q ; ,See'; ,3w
I Keasley, Mrs. H. B. McLcndon,, Johns' Harry Harvey, Ben Stern- sented a dainty gift. r LAUNDRY F
Mrs. E L Biggs Mrs Eugene Grit- >erg. J.P. Warren, Resale Colson An Iced course was served the j '
fin of Jacksonville, Mrs." D. A Brookcr. Harry Tyson and Rob- following club members: Dr. and | J C
o Monteith, Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs er Chapman of Ralford, and! Jim- Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mr. and Mrs. L. c
K. S. Matthews Mrs. N. Sternberg, ralo Moore of Lawtcy. D. Vining, Mr. and :Mrs. O. L. I THESE HOT DAYS cG
j Mrs. O. L Haynes, Mrs. W. J. Ep icy, Mr: and Mrs. D. A. Be-as'I'
person, Jr., Mrs. H. C. Ritch, and Johna-tlaines Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Stump, I ] C=
Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Sr. J. C. Robinson, and Mrs. Eugene j I Pliototrifll, Cfntiim 1I./' .1 Hallu.Jt
J Mr. G. M. Bennett of Clearwater Griffin of Jacksonville i iMI 1
this remarkable looking apparatus Is a syneronome i clock which
announces the marriage of his THAT !
: Johns
Mrs. Entertains
of the master clocks that provide Canada with Its official
? For :Mrs. Robinson daughter, Mrs. Ruby Bennett I CLUB PICNIC AT time In the months Its rate l I. so nearly perfect that the time given
Gaines/ to Archibald H. Johns, on KiN( SLEY LAKE TODAYThe "
by this clock Is never a* much as one-fifth of a second from the correct ?
t Mrs. J. C. Robinson, who leaves Wednesday April 5th, 1933: at ;tIme from star observations. This and the other master clocks are kept
this week for Apopka to reside, Clearwater' Fla., the Rev, W. Nor- annual 4-H Club picnic will ,under conditions of constant .temperature and pressure In an under ]
was again honoree at a very delightful man LIddy, pastor of the First be held at Kingsley Lake today. .ground"vault at the Dominion Observatory In Ottawa.
affair when Mrs. E. M. Baptist Church, officiating: Mr. This Is a joint picnic with both
Johns entertained Tuesday", afternoon and Mrs. Julms have many friends Union and Bradford Counties par. ST.AKKK HOTEL IMMOKALKK TO 01'F.N ] .
at her home at Kingsley Lake. throughout the State who will ticipating. Recent guests at the Starke Hotel -I Camp Immokalee sponsored by J
After several progressions of learn with Interest of their marriage The picnic will be under supervision were: the estate Y. M.\ C. A., opens Friday JJ
bridge, prizes were awarded to \ of L. T. Dyer, county agent j litr and Mrs. George W. Wilder, with an older boys conference J EFFECTIVE MONDAY; MAY 29
l Mrs. Li. F. Chapman as holder of and Miss Pearl Jordan, home demo Pittsburgh, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. OttoJ.
high score and Mrs J. C. Robinson Bridge Club Entertains onstration agent, with the assist- Senfreit Chicago, 111.; Mr. and made up of delegates from North SHIRTS ( five or more) 'each____ lOc
i, as holder ot low. To Mrs. Robins. For' Mrs. Robinson ance of State workers that are expected Mrs. O. W. Gilford, Poughkeepsie Florida. This will be followed by a I "

Don and Mrs H. E. Mott of Jacksonville I to be there. N. Y.; E. R. Fulton Dover Del.; boys camp May 31 which will run I WET WASH, per lb. _______ __ __. 4c
4 were presented dainty Friday afternoon, at the Kings- Plans have been made for a full Mr. and Mrs. E. J OakeS!!, for 20 days and will be replaced bya

guest prizes. ley Lake cottage pf Mr. and Mra. program all day including swim- Jacksonville; Albert Simmons, girls camp June 20. These camps Wet Wash, with Flat Work Ironed lb. 5c
Mrs. Johns' guests were: J. W Andrews, the afternoon ming, games, Bongs, talks, lunch, John Kenedy, Detroit, Mich.; will alternate throughout the sum. ,
'h ridge club entertained complimentary and more swimming. A fine timeIs Charles E.: Douglas J. R.Schlffer. mer. C
Mrs. J. C. Robinson, Mrs. T. T. I All Work Finished lb. 12c
c __ __ _
C. Robinson in store for all the club boys and per
Long, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. trt Mrs J. Lake Forest, 111.; E. H. L t
N. Bternberg- Mrs. L.., D. Vlning who will leave Monday to make her girls and their parents and friends. Radcliff, J. L. Keith R. W. Hono- I 'iNo
Bundles Less Than 75cWash
Mrs. Junius M. Smith, Mrs. A. Z. home In Apopka. ter, Bluefield, W. Va.; R. E. Allan, 'cc
3 Adkins, Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Mrs. The guests played contract MISS ()/" N.\ GREEN Tampa; P. A Adums, Ocala; :Mrs. RITZ 11 11I I .
1, <:. A Knight Mrs. II. C. Bitch, bridge on the wide porch which MAKKH: GOOn sconE p. A. Brown, maid and chauffeur

Mrs O. L.. Beasley, Mrs. Edward was decorated with palmettos anda iVatertown, Mass.; Ralph Manning STAItKK, I YIIUIIIIi, .....,UI1111uIUIIU4. ',' '''' i
:Burns: Mrs. H. C. Wall, Mrs. W. M. variety of garden flowers ar- Miss Ozena Green of Grooker was Ocala; Mrs. E, Y. Miller, Mrs. Wil- :
Wainwright, Mrs. L.o'. Chapmanof ranged in wall vases and baskets. fourth in a State-wlde"contest in lam J. nin'ckmore Pittsburgh, Pa.; I Daily ,rShoua________ I
the State Farm, and Mrs. 11. E. At the conclusion of the game It which two trips to the National Hrs. Roy Green pad party, Winter .:\1.\TINEEIoll.
Mott of Jacksonville w,s found that Mrs. O. L. Benslcy i-H Club camp, to be held in Washington Perk; L. M. White Falatka; R. E. and tted._____ : ) ) \ Suits
had won high prize, and as a memento D. C., in June, were Davis, Tampa; James Cress, JosephVlaicella .\ .\ I
Legion Members Honored of the occasion the honoreewas awarded Chicago, 111.; L. A. Richardson Continuous 3:00: ) to
presented a gift after which Miss Green's score was 88. The I Oxford, Ga.; C. S. Tllden,
t .- Members of Jones Langford- a-salad course was served. scores of the two winners were 91 ,*., S. DIehl, Cleveland Ohio: W. H. I LINENS SEERSUCER- PALM BEACH60c
_ White Post, No. 50, of the American Those attending this pleasant affair and SO, and third high was. 88 13. Hamilton, Lafayette, La.; Mrs.\
Legion, were honored at a din- in honor of :Mrs. Robinson William L. Merrlon, Mrs. G. W UEGlSNJiO \ .\ J
Tier last Thursday evening at the were: Mrs. Edward. Burns, Mrs. STOLEN CAU FOUND :Cogswell:: : Milford\ Conn.; Miss J
Legion Hall by members of the local O. L. Beasley, Mrs. H. C. Wall, An abandoned Buick sedan In a Blanche Asbury Tallahassee. I'KIDAV and .\ ] I
t; : American Legion Auxiliary. Mrs. W. M. Wainwright Mrs. N. swamp near the Biscayne filling May 36th and J SPORT TROUSERS, Flannel.or Serge

,E; bright spring flowers were lined Sternberg, Mrs\ H. U. McLendon. station north of town was reportedto IIAI'TIST W. M. S. B1KETS SUIWECTS'c J '
'effectively In the Auxiliary rooms Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Mrs. L. F. police here Tuesday. It was The tegutar meeting of the Bap- 35c
spent of the State Farm, Mrs. traced by Its tag number and held< at the I
:where the honored' guests u Chapman list: W. AI. S. was Yl'm. Collier: Jr. : rJ:
:am, at enjoyt.ble evening. J. W Andrews Mrs W. J. Eppe.- found' to belong to H. H. McGowan .church Monday afternoon with a I
son, Jr., Mrs Junius Smith and jf HuMtis.:: Police here reported that food attendance. 1IOlU.nnd: I I 1-Piece DRESSES, plain_ _._____. -- 50c j
A large part of South Florida Mrs. O. L. Haynes. the car hart been stolen by Sam Mrs. A. M.\ Darby, president, conducted May 29th and,
'Was once a part of the bottom of R..ysl! and Honry Drake, negroes. the devotional assisted by All Others 65c and Up
the seathe teeth of sharks are American: bird whose eggs were No trace has been found of the Mrs. R. A. Thomas and Mrs. :TTER !
found In the interior. unknown to science. thieves. George Anderson.
The Bible topic was, "The GENERAL 1 I I II
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-- n bay of Pentecost," and Mrs. L. G. :," "II/,,yolW, ,, ,,, ,,, '.
C': :rbam St.uiwjck I .
Powell, leader of Circle No. 2, as-
Executed Road to'a
Daily Bath, Propzrly Royal tl sisted by Mesdames G. W. Alderman V.KlNKsA\Y & : J.
I ; A. L. Kahr, Jr., and E. W. Muy 31st und

,. Fresh Skin and the Attainment of Beauty I I the Hayes topic, put being on a splendid"Home program Missions "PICK C!. ST ARKE DRY CLEANERS I

nunsluting the Word" '
Buslnesa! meeting: followed! with Sjl>li Sidney PHONE 23
Outlines I -sports from officers and commit. Also C]
\ t chairmen. A splendid personal I ';;KIJ2CTED SHOUT c '

IJath Plays in crvire report was given. '252525'5'- ...-- --. S'2.'R52. ..
Feminine \ !'i.,. O. P. Raymond resigned n.s'' '' _. n'" -
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'!'o I r of Circle No.3, and this -- ,
By V. VIV.\U ] < 'uie/ will meet In fie! future with I1II .

consultant, National 'le l other circles
In my dully !\ i he meetings will continue III i,1\\
omen in nil (parts of ,hI'i ufhuut! the summer month NOTICEDEPOSITORS
ave found a I': ".,- Circle No 1 will!! ha c charge iI'iI'1
rpclntlon for the [ !' of, the church flowerr and program
b 1 1.ii' June. II I\:I

; '; | -,- \ II OF THE BANK OF STARKE:

i i I W.YOUNG L. !Sullivan: MAW LOSES 20 of LJto'I WUdo, I I\ Due to the fact that all deposits accepted by thin Banc! since the Ifcinkirtsf -

y, I 'i died Friday morning of. lait week 'f I Holiday March 4th lO.'J.'J: : cannot be invested to produce any income for ;
1 t 1 W I 1..1 the Alachu: County Honpit< : I i the Tank but must be held in cash repayable in full)) to the depositor at anytime i
+a from internal Injuries :sustained inn I Ii bfcomos necessary! fo helo pay the cost of dung!! these: acsrun!:ito '

tt ;;: i "> nutTrirV! .> accident a short rtis- adopt the following schedule of service char es. Thta! schedule is to be
o 1 antefrirn( : Earlton Beach as hew I uniform with all Barks in Conservatorship commencing! June 1st, 1933. ; 1

'..i returning rom a dance thjrei All accounts with an average balance of less than $50.00: for the month ,
i Sullivan waa taken immediately : having; mora thin, three checks are to pay fifty cents rer month: additional v
r I I tu the home of his parents, Mr. and I checks over and above three are to be charged on n basis of three cents each. I '
y |I Mrs John L. Sullivan and Dr. EI AH)) accounts averaging; over $30.00 are to be charged! three: cents ;'n I ,
i .p I I L. Biggs of Starke was summoned I' each check when the number of checks exceeds three fcr each multiple oi i .
I and ) his chances for recovery
Vlvaudou. pronounced : I $:>0.00. Example: If your account averages $100.00 you will be allowed six '.,,'
as alight
y all to scotho 1"I i checks without cost; if it averages $150.00 >'t>u will be allowed- nine checks ,

roper bitching and 1 i EsS30N4 AT I.AWTEY I: without Cost and so on. 'l
A minimum of 25 cents will he made for all collection items of
Since our modern I The Rev. I.'. W.: Sessions pastor I charge ,I
o attractive ,In I' of Lawtey Methodist Church, beginning I : less than $10a. O and 1-8 of 1r, for all items in excess of this amount.
ud since their 1 Saturday, will spend tan I A charge of 25: cents will be made for each check: drawn on tjiis Bank 'I
ncea are so : Jaysi In the Lawtey parish Sunday I I returned for the reason of Insufficient Funds, lost Dated, or Drawn against '
triable I see no il a.m. he will preach- the subject Uncollected Funds. '

a should nut find I "How the Dead Speak." This I All Drafts or Cashier's!; Checks i.ssucd will be charged;: for on the basis: of I .1,
be bntli. And so It IM a special Memorial Day dis- 23 cents a $100.00 with a minimum-charge o( 13 cents.
J 9 outline the a few I course. In the evening. 8 o'clock.. I The Bank of Starke is i open under a Conservator for the purpose of III
US proper way I
L1 he will have for his subject, "D
be standpoint of > \ We Control Our Destiny?" This I serving this;; community in its Banking needs and I invite you to call uponus ,

be attainment pf be I !Is interesting to high I at any time for this service. ti
First of all, the school especially! students. The doctrine of Your monev deposited in a Trust Account in this Bank Is; in the safest :
And it must in the world because the law hold cash in
oily. j "What is: to be'flU'tJe" will be duly I place compels us to your money in
: ,ot Just a plunge. j explained. the Federal Reserve Bank for your use at any time.I .
f nd brisk the value of Bank in and
I I am sure you appreciate a your community I
I 1' ause only plenty of I Nearly 4,000 farm women and will co-operate in every way possible to maintain this institution through '
"r and good hard. '
r all that almost as many 4-H club girls: canned these difficult times. !
emove caly top layer of : j fruits, vegetables and meats I C. L. STOCKWEL.L Conservator Bank of Starke. !u uL !
of the
fresh and last year under direction
eave you -
home demonstration agsnta. -- =-=
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1-,, .J8"2S2!> .5 .5u c5Z5Z5'eS25252.575z525ZSZ5! I ernuon. | fkmmvlllo. last wi .4',. has 1 .
Jurat-1 tits ( A hutch Ml* C3 M I Sis i returning hums
a )Mr ind Mr> Thomas A Tumor, her family at the .Hull ut r .
1 I .. :.. Cottage 1 iunk ind Mr. and! Mrs : W Hayc< -- -- -
j Kingult Lake, and Mesdames K B Wells, A. H. '
r Fryers twenty cents each ut
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Bits of Mr. O. J. Turner and Mrs. G. II. J Harley and W H. Blgga of Lawtey,: Woods.I .

I Dennett spent Wednesday In. Jacksonville |I Mrs. Joseph Dowling and two i from Starke Chapter Order ol

children of Live Oak with Mr. and Eastern Star, attended the school '"
i I Mrs.h---Sba; and; little I F
Mrs R. J. Turner of I of instruction of District No.8,, 1i'MM 1
! l' ----- I New River, daughter Qoraldlne! yf Ralford iI i'Mlr r '
Nevis Mrs Joe H. held in Gainesville Saturday.
Gill, of Jacksonville, were guests Sunday of Mr. and were in Starku Thursday
< .. WI ,-", <<,'& was in Starke Saturday visiting Mrs. O. J". Turner. --------- -- [ .

'\I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Sf I John Powell was in Jacksonville

Concerning Our People, Business and Alvarez.Mr. I Mra George W. Kenly Is a pa- Thursday evening attend!. I j I RESOLUTION"

Progress of the County and Town. I II Uent at the Rivcrald Hospital in ing the Spring Festival given at t. Whereas" {ihe f'upr.nw'Archlt.t.. NAT SEZ:

J and Mrs. Nat Steinberg and I I Jacksonville Mr. Krnly and Miss the Temple Theatre by the Jacksonville In Ills infinite wlmlom, boa been

J family moved this week to their ': Genevieve Kenly spent Tuesday College of Music, with Ly- Folks .
pleased to take unto himself the I'm
__r.,....r"r. nnL7:717C74:7:; : GTS7 iC71:7C7rZSiS2; :; ; : "" ..."" :-; :-: :-: : cottage at Klngsley Lake for the and Thursday with her. man P. Prior, directo{. Mr. Powell, In In tl1klnp.my. ::i p. \, nn-r!,'
'LJF.e ------ i spirit 01 our deceased bl'Olhtr.VU- my lap order I to u i.i; <, ,u
Miss: Patricia Ln-bdj;;; brother: summer. a voice pupil of Mr. Prior, Wall u
Brad- these few lme"< a h", h I I h ,
i tiers\ Hens. liam T.V.ae and r v ,11
member of the A Choir.
.. Joe Lamb; spent Thursday in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. H Hitch and
,a I< t j ._ Prof. and Mrs. S. S. Dowling daughters Mimes Harriet and Dorothy Whereas the trestle board of his will read beforeyou
throw thi
and daughter Nettle, vC Jasper and Mr. aP.Mrs: H. C. Hitch I Fryers twenty cents each atWood Masonic life was such as to entitle '
llv of Raiford was In Mr. and Mrs. DeWItt C. Jones of were visiting friends iu BtatkeWednesday. spent last week at the Ritch cottage )*. him to receive the white stone with paper I in t the I li, '' '
tun i. -dayUeLendon. Gainesville, were visitors to Starke at Klngsley Lake --- 1& new name, and paper ,
Saturday. Mr. Lillio S. Lewis, and !little Wherpa, by the faithful din- ket or w'hrtet.t i ( i
Is Patricia charge of the great duties owed to you chunk < u'
spending unison, Granville Lewis has returned i
i Mrs. C. N. has
Christy who
I' and Di : Lamb
uy i iain't
,'ala. I Ip Fryers twenty cents each! at I' home after up finding a week God, to his neighbor and to himself, nownpapi F
L\, and Messrs. James, Joe and Victor spent the winter hero, left Friday I i trvmj!. I '
brother deserved
our the title of anan
Woods. with relatives" in Jasper nod Lake
I I Lamb spent Sunday at St. Augu Washington' D. C. Mrs. Chris- Wert' and Hlfo8n. he It thereforeRcHolvpii. scare yon vat,,;
:.ivnei wes a visitor tine Beach. ty was aocompanled as far as Jacksonville City. They accompaniedhome I jUltt t feel 'it lilt t
their home In Cortez after Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. C. D. that In the piuiflng: of '
unday.; a three by Mrs. N. T Ritch .., Jl
-------- I duty to tell \
', I. -- weeks visit here with friends and ... ... Shank and little daughter of Lake Wlllliim T. Weeks Masonry has suffercd .,
I Mrs. R. J Crosby and son of ---- -- ( thai all the
I the loss of valued niter
relatives. who the day here with a me.
City spent !
)lJ I' mith was a visitor Jacksonville, will spent the weekend I Sheriff; and Mrs. W .1. Epperson, relatives. and the community valued citizen doln'n;) thiii ,in

Sunday. in Starke visiting Mr..and Mrs. with their son-in-law 'ind daughter, and itoln' on up in
.- A. F. Sauls of Lake Istokpoga, Charles Imbach. I I Mr. and Mrs. George A. Anderson, ---- Be It further resolved. Bradford WnHhlnKton. an- making'> i I .

i I' of Theressa: was a spent the week-end.In Starke with .have moved to their cottage at i The BhrkeVoo.men CI'tledrill Lodge No. %>, F. & A. M extends of cotton. lentlur" ,and ..II i n ,it
I.' w. tines day. hit family.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. J: II. Hoffman of n' And not,, ,ilK u
lIl:' Apalachlcol: are guests of t.helr'AonInIaw -------- as captain, were )ln Gainesville felt and while are gain' to feel It when >" ''II I \ a
sympathy we
.>n. ferooker- --, was a and Mrs J. P. .Roberts, of I and daughter, :Mr. end t Mrs. Josephine Taylor" who has Thursday attending! the meeting of his absence we rejoice In the mourn reward pair ut overalls! or a pall nf a,,.' .

C' ,irk<' Tuesday. Graham was! in Starke Saturday Mrs. Leon Gray: been spending the pant/ three the North Florida dintrlet. The allotted to the souls of the What I'm a 8<*ttn' at IH th! If

si' ---- ifternoon. ------ I months with her sbn and daughter- Starke team put on the Initiatory I just and! perfect.Be I you neixf anything In my line i 1"11'1 i> i
Mr. and Mrs Lenthal Wymanand work at the afternoon meeting, and I hesitate Shout buying: It now. bciiune ..
t l> of Graham; was in-law. Mr. and Mra. A. L Taylor, it therefore further resolved,
Postmaster :It!. L. Johns, of New at the session Miss ISunnlfc .
evening It
daughter, Ruth, of Lake City nf Lan lIe, has returned to her that these resolutions be Un't a goin' to he in\
Lrke Monday
tit River, was a business visitor to Canova read: IIwrea"l .
spent the week-end at their cottage home. gave two interesting I upon our record and a cheaper and there ID no doubt ;

n. of Hampton, was Starke Monday.Mrs. ut Kingsley Lake. -- ings. to the bereaved family also thata about It being higher. Itowevur, I
Vh t have quite u stuck on hand l ut tin
vile ,rarke Sunday. G. F:. Spires, of Lake Butler I Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight and Mrs. F. II. Cady accompanied by County' copy Telegraph be sent! to for The Bradford old price and I'm not goln up till

-'- was a visitor to Starke Satur- little daughter: Mary Anne, of Miss Lena Belle! and Cleo Shepard, her daughter :Miss Beatrice Cady, publication. I have to.here's .
'I).clips! of Lawtey was and Iris Brown, of Brooker, spent Signed:
afternoon.Mr. of Jacksonville, In
VtSI day Gainesville were guests of Mrs. E I spent Thursday THE COMMITTEE a lint of a few specialfor
mrsday morning. E. Canova Sunday. Sunday in Hilliard with Mr. and Tallahassee with Minn Beverly the week
coming :
-- -- and :Mrs. C. H. Nasworthywere Mrs. C. C. Shepard and Mrs. James Cady! a student at the Florida
Mrs R. A. Newsom Shepard. I i ialdlra' Full l'!inhii>iill l HowChiffon
I MiItnt' visitors to Jacksonville Mon Miss Lois Adkins returned the State College for Women They I
in Jacksonville. STOP ATVIOLA'S or SrnlcK. Ills!'
Unnriav afternoon. were accompanied home by Miss
first of the week from Gainesville
:.Mxn'nimh lien hold
,where she visited her cousin, Miss Ben Sternberg, who has'bcen at-I Cady who will spend her Hummer] doyen nidi (buy._ ..n llto
Sam I R' 31) In. Past Color l>>>rr..s Prints. 10
1,3 I'!' n i it '"i to Starke Tuesday Springs was a business visitor to Ala., returned to Starke Friday to I home at KingHlcy Lake '.
_- ------- I: ;. i :Men' U iirk Tri>n.'rs. Wilts'!
Starke spend the summer vacation with -- --- I I
Saturday Dr. and Mrs. E.': L. Biggs had asguests I'OK
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IMrs. (link : Ole
I Jr.. of Hampton J or Stripped| |
IH\ \iinrewn Sunday Mrs. Biggs' aunt, ; his parents Mr and Mrs Nat J JSternberg. Misses Mary Canova. Miriam Jacobs :
IjullcNork Oxfords, blade
'i.If'' I to Starke :Monday .}Dover spent Alice Fernandez Good Sandwiches
us { last Evelyn Stump.
Mrs. H. P. Holstein, and B P. Hoi- and tan' ._ $I.Ml
week in Ocala visiting her brother stein of Gainesville.Mr. and Hard Adklnn, students al .AM .
I'lHirMnik I Nliix-it for :MIIIiHKlniUiiic
(B. w imwrliht, of Lawtey Dr. Edwatd Chase. I Miss Blanche Asbury. of Tallahassee the Florida State College for Women ut ____ _.. $l.tMon'M !)
in' .isltoi to Starke Monday. and Mrs. F. C. Hollingsworth who l.s connected with the Tallahassee, will arrive hometoday '
Ice Cold BeerD : IV i \\. "ShlrtM, n ri'Kulur -
Mesdames J. B. Carlisle, Jr., and and Miss Elizabeth and James Hol- State Emergency Relief Admlnistratlon. tq upend their Hummer vacation $1 talun .__. 7110 1 ?
Ij. r Robinson,.of Apopka, spent with their parents, Mrs. K E -
Roy Bence spent Saturday In lingsworth were visitors to Jack- is spending several weeksin A close( out of \\'. I- DoiiKliiDSport
l eck-erui here with.his family. Ocala with friends. Canova Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs, Shlt'lalrI'r! \'. Station
sonville Starke with at the
Wednesday headquarters i !Shoe*_. .. 9'J.HH
Mr. and, Mrs. Fred Stump, Mrs. R. I
Hotel *
Starke llruld 1 MiwtH, $liJ)9---! __ Ucuiul
| C A Pound of Gainesville, was Leah H. Fernandez and Judge and Mrs
Miss Struth of JacksonvilleIs Mrs. Hoovl'of
Mr. and
Cyrus \ -- (110
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bu lnei. visitor to Starke Moni visiting her parents Mr. and Miami are enjoying a visit here Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Cotton and A. Z. Adkin.s.Mrs. Tty power vtMlu. ,
Mrs. \V. H. Struth. with Mr. Hoover's parents Mr. and children and Mr. anI", Mrs. L. F. 1 ItttnMl of of the 1'1110110t"Htnto ".f KlorMn t rut'Unit I th ofDrndfurtl whole lot of prices on a hundred

1.w Mrs. C. Frank Hoover. Dinkina and little daughter, Joan C. L. Craft left Sunday' for County, 1"111"10111.. h.r"hy other Items but they charge no
'''rosby. of Ocala, was a Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Woolen of Sunday of her home In Avon Park, after a onus. *n **!< ft Ion to )b, held In HI*'- i
of IJhwtey were guests much Inch for this ? I
i 'il] Tat Mrhmtl lilHf ;No 1'2 at New an spurn
| t astor! to Starke Satur- Lawtey were visitors to Starke Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez and Mrs. DInkins' parents, Mr and. Mra. I two weeks visit here with her Hly..., Kluricla. June 12. 1033, for thf. guess I'll have to quit and iall) It
y. mother and sister, Mra Miriam l I I'tirpuNit of c lertn( f thre (niHtm H
Wednesday afternoon. of Jacksonville\
were O. A. Andreu.Mr.
children : and| itvtoriiilnlnir th.* uinttunt nf mlllaw an ad. Payme n little visit I can
Kicklitcr and Miss .
week-end guests of Mrs. Alvarez' ----- Dorothy Claire I < to be ss.rasrd| for the onnuliiKt how you better than I can tell IU.
Illrs H A Dew of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown of father Mr. L. V. Moore. and Mrs. C. Niles\ Ray of Ulckliler Mrs. Craft wall accompanied -I y<'nrtt. .
K'" the pill |pn.e nf |h..hll"e Nttld
visiting friends in Starke Sun- Crooker were visitors to Starke New York Cily't\ Rev. and Mrs I homo by Misses Frances .derno t rh., foJInwliiK are .

y. Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. Mr. and! Mrs. J R. Boring and! Laurie G. Hay, of Green Cov(> Hemingway and Wynken' Boulware .....I I.: A Sflpp, n W Atiitr WH.1tI.lnl'l NAT STERNBERG
who will be her
-- -- little son, of Plant City have been Springs, were guests Tuesday of I guests for several \V N'nn and MUhird Johns Mi-rk

1C A Ourhn;. of Hampton was C. U. Crews and little enjoying a visit here with Mr. and their aunt, Mrs. J. W. White, and days MinI Hemingway expect to A J nnllrJl'IH I 'v, r MANNINC('harrtnan I(, I
iuslne '. to Starke Tues- visit In West take Wales Starke l"lorlilai't
? n or before
daughter of Raiford were In Starke Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr. other relatives. s. i-n r $tiy 1 1'-1 6 IJ I

y. I Vednesday afternoon. I th- ._ r
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I R. L. Geiger, of Green Cove Mr. dAr E. Y. Roberts of I ---- -
la 'Oaniel: ,of Sarasota was a Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Stansbury Springs was attending to businessIn I Brunswick Ga., are spending this

]fl and Mrs. Nathan Prevatt spent Starke Monday. Mr. Geiger Is week in Slarke the guests of Mr I '
week-r Sunday In TallahasKee. owner of Rachel's Shoppe. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy lint

----- -- Mrs. G. II. Meadle I

't Ralph Rhode will return Saturday Mr. and Mrs. George C. While, ---.-' --
I ")m Lawtey: Satur- from Tallahassee where he has of Tallahassee were week-end Mrs. Vonda E. Inman, district Grocery'

been veiling: 1 relatives. guests of Mrs. J. W. White and Mr. manager and state auditor of th

and Mrs. G. W. Alderman. Woodmen Circle was in Galnes'villtI 0))
i l A :miof Hampton was ;
Miss Vesta Prewltt of Fernan- I Thursday! attending the North
'cs; ,itor to Starke Mon- dins, wa=,a guest Sunday of Mr. Little Miss Fredrlka Edwards" of I: Florldn district meeting of th.'

1 and Mrs. O. L. Beasley.Mrs. Jacksonville spent several days of i Woodmen Circle. I '
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this week with her grandparents, I ---A- -- -
,\l m baby chicks and ,, :Minnie Brown, of Ralford Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Struth. Mr. and Mrs. W ,.... Elalsden 'in
ds Bradford Sup- was in Starke Sunday visiting! Mr. little grandson. Billy Blakely. ,'penll| i I

end Mrs. D. A. Montieth. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Monday In Macclenny with Mrs

daughters Juanita and Sara, spent Jessie Mae Blakely, who had rp.IGently I e

\I D E. Knight haven County Commissioner G. W. Hin- Tuesday afternoon In Brooker with accepted a position as man ,I i Painted Handle Brooms each Ibc Best White :
''sitars to Jackson- ,
Ie Bon, of Hampton was a business Mr. and Mrs. R T. Osteen. ager of Rachel's Shoppe there.
visitor to Starke Monday.Mrs. ---- i
--.- Mrs. W. U Middleton and daugh- Mrs. A. V. Long wu a guest.

\f, I ,'Jf New River, was James E. Chase, of Jack- ters, Misses Madge and Hazel Mid-. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. M Pure Creamery Butter lb. 24c BACON lb. 9c I
mess in Sarke SatR"berts sonville was a week-end guest of ,Jleton, spent Monday Jacksonville Bvownlee Mrs. Longwall! accomp -i ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hoover. with Mrs. Mae Jo es. -nied to her home in Gainesville(

-----r--. by Milton Brownlee, Jr., who IH attending ,

of Lawtey Mrs. Henry Adkins, of Miami li Mrs. K. Bruce Norman and two tho University of Florid i I Pi c 2 Ho. 2 cans 25c FLOUR' III I
i visitor to Starke enjoying a several weeks visit here .children, of Jacksonville were _____ -=---.._ I eapp . > !

with :Mrs. Josephine Taylor. I week-end guests of Mrs. Norman'H Mesdames W H. Bart' N. D j

'ijitora t M. to Mott Starke of Mrs. Inman Springs Harrison was a of visitor Worthington to- :mother'Paul, B.Mrs.Hale Annie, state Richard.bank examiner II.Frankie Wainwright Nasworthy Hudson Jr.,, W.and D. H.Miss I.Mundy. Hum SHcoI, '.r, I I Maxwell: House{ toffee f lb. . 28c 24 Ibs. 65 ::111:111I k; I 1

I Starke Wednesday afternoon. : who ban been spending Perkins were guests of Mrs V.'n I Ililt.m I ...rfrl. i

I I cvernl weeks in Stnrko, has re- Dobrow at Kingsley Lakrl. I II (1 J.. r t'i': ft!)/ !J 47cCERIO. 'I I
n> y and Mrs) A. S I M. F ,\rlgglns. naval store* op- iAncd: to his home In DeLand.Mr. I Tuesday! I ; .,J' '

.- to Cacclenny ei itor of New River, tats a bwl- I : Sugar! 5 Jb s. 25: :. I II'::'
I mss visitor to Starke. Monday and Mrs. H. C. Brown and!: Mr. iu'l Mrs. E. M. Davis and i; I -
I little daughter Marion, of Lawtey daughter .Jean, and Mrs Gcor:. bottle 30cBaker's I

I 1 Mr and Mrs.: C. 'A. Pound of ire spending several weeks at the H. Lowry and daughter. Margaret t I' ., .

JNT A WORn :: Gainesville, spent the week-end at Andrews cottage at Kingsley Lake attended the Spring Festival given Old Irish Potatoer
of Music I ; ,
their cottage at Klngsley Lake. by the Jacksonville College Chocolate lb. 23c ;
I Bill Harris, of Jacksonville, is at the Temple Theatre Thur j i ili ilii

COLUMN. t I I Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr., and pending the week In Starke vteltng I day even'ng.! i 1 10 lbs 1 13: :
-- ,I Mrs: Frankie Hudson were visitor' his grandmother ilru. IreneWdlis ------- -- I Ir
.r.T suppLY co to Gulne.ivtlle Monday morning. and aunt Mrs. E. H. Smith Mrs. C. A. butch ante .if Grand i +i-- :'h P a.':,>n.L41b f i cap. 2Jr. :: 1 1Jlfil' I

1 Ln of Checker-1 -" -- --,---- -- .... --..-- Instructor f fJr{ District Jfo. 8 of the I II III

*. Tutrh Mgr. I :JcP 11M.." C. S. Matthews, H. BMtl.enlon .fr.. and Mrs. P. J. Paarce and I Order of Baitera: star, visiteri lea ,; }all .6'
and Annie Richard were C laughter, Miss<< Annie Mac with Waldo Hawthorne uatf* Micanopy I I' C' (1I\T:'" AIr. 3 hnttler.: ?r.c can J :: : I iL

!" ".m coltgge fur- visitors to Gainesville Wednesday Urn. P. R Hunt of Hampton spentSund : Chapters last weak 8lM wan., accompanied | I . .....

nientl> located. J'i203t ','i, --. f-J in Jacksonville with rtla- :. by Mr. Futah and Mr | : II

Anyone having news items for Iv... and Mrs'O. M. Sistruak. I I L TOMATOErBest

horse't '"'The Telegraph, please call Mrs. 11 Qt. jar Pickles 15cHesns. 1 I I'I
JP good farm : Lloyd Green at The Telegraph office. Mr. and Mrs. Twyman Marshall, Mrs W. W. Spaldln and Mrs E i . . H
L. i
>r cattle. J.It week-end Smith, who have bt1: enjoying II i i
cf Jacksonville, were '
_ guests of Mrs. Marshall's .. visit here with Mr and Mm R. M I 'I: -.a : 2 cans 13i: ,1l

Miss Myrtle Mae Surrency, of parents, Mr. sad Mra. R. M. -.J-I Sparkman. left Thursday afternoonfor 5 2Qc'
.LAKE Will share Tampa, was In Starke last week man. their home In Nc:" York. v? ;11 1.:1 cans ;

ke boarders. P. O. her aunt, Mrs. P. M. Dare- Spalding and Mrs. Smith have beenspending \ 1'1
I -- : foot. Joe Lamb, who baa been enjoy- several months at St. Pc I' i'l RICE rah; 5 Ibs 15c I PEACHES2No.217crs25'I; : I III

Furnished lower I ng a two weeks visit here with his teraburg. / V, .OP :

fr,,nt porch living J. D. Doyle, who has been spendI I :Mr. and Mrs. James Lamb II 1 :
.:'eepmg porch and lag the past four months at Camp vlll! leave Monday for Boston Mr'a nd Mrs. R. H. Barbour and i| ; j

a Long. It Benntng, Oa, returned home this J klacs. I Mr.. and Mrs. Harold Hansen of Powders 1 10 2Gc ::1

week I j Jacksonville are entertaining the Soap or 'or .a
"ri RENT- Cottage, Mrs. G. N. Saunders, of J.cluonI I fallowing boys at White Water I 9 nlrac t; : :
Cake month! In1! Kingsley Lake Harri- i "
by or S. T. Dowling of Lake Butler rille. Is spending this week Lodge on I
M UftKo .' -
Immodate ten. Price son-in-law and' Simmons Edwin Coffee, George 1 t II
clerk circuit court. Union County, I itarke with her bars 20c -
Sv/eet 10
nable:: Mrs. Mrs. C. was in Starke Wednesday after laughter. Mr. and Mrs. Albert I Sawyer. Dick Sawyer. Travis Ew- Soap, . e ,
278 Jacksonville. noon. !{eene. ell, and Jack Edison.. i
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-- Mrs. II. E. Mott of Jacksonville Misses Mabel and Pear.ReddUhmd Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee returned
r GRITS MEAL. 10 lose 19c \
I ag iirniahed bed apart-, is spending this week in Starke the Mrs. B. W. Curry and Mr. Bil- Sunday evening from De- : ; or \
1m. room guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. DemoI I y Lantz of Jacksonville spent! the I' Land, where they were guests of 1
ki' 'nette and large weekend with Mr. and Mr. I. J. Colonel and :Mrs. J. K.' Futch. They II ; i '
\. rhartmi: ''ould rent as rest. j leddlah. were accompanied home by their WHITE BEANS 5 Jb s..2 5

' ._ :S. F, rent reaaonamrick. Mrs. Anna Lou Godwin and :Mrs.i daughter. Miss Mary Brownlee. C 3 pkgs. lOc iI i\I\ t

't S. Wal- Caro T. Chandler of Lawtey were I Mrs. George W. Kenly. who was who was graduated last week from I, ---J\
Up visitors to Starke Wednesday 1 a l patient at Riverside Hospital Inavsr |DeLand High schooL I '- _--"';._-- =- ------ -----u- _-_ -- --- --__- u. '

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turned to the soil tri' n 1810'
crop la estimated to .
GAINESVILLE, Fla.-Two of GAINESVILLE, F:a.-Chrysanthemums bf Jr!, 'bout

FARMERS SECTIONConducted H. E. LAOERGREN Florida's flnnat.. club boy and an D, ANN PAGE should be divided and rearranged 340000. -
equal number of her fairest club In the beds In May tor --
Here are a few hints! to farmers, you hear s person sat "I Don't make the .
girls will attend the National <&-11 WHEN early June, according to John V. mutuk, '?
Demonstration Agents which I believe are worth considering eat to Uv*," tak. It with a Ing and drinking chlllei anii
by : Club Camp, to be held In Washing- grain of alt. For after all 1 I. said and Watkins, In charge of the flower when ( ttoa.' ,

If a field was perfectly flat one ton under the auspices of the U. S. don.. .v.ryon* b.. favorite foods. and garden at the Florida College of liquids heated. your body us over.
,.'. satisfaction In an attraoUv -
tb. real .
____. _._. inch of rainfall would cover It one Department of Agriculture from .. wholesome, ), well-cooked, dinner. Agriculture.He _ ._ _
uww --e- -----....... inch deep in water everywhere and June 15 to 21. Arthur M. McNeelyof Anyone with a Jaded appetite U suggested that the bed or The liver also secretes bin-

the soil would be wetted from two Marlon County, Wilma W. ilassett bound to get a thrill by going to mar- border for chrysanthemums be well under normal conditions WhiCh( 1

: I IMPROVED PASTfRES ON to four Inches down. But as every Jr., of Jefferson County Es- ket these day*. for this. U the season drained, as fertile as possible and ly aids the processes ,.f mtestlnaJ material
CUT-OVER PINE LANDS/ DINTS TO nousKwma! field has more-or less slope. an inch telle Black of Hillsborough County, when, nearby home-grown vegetables have access to the sun at least half digestion. !
HELP!: SAVE FEED BILLS J. and Virginia Hooks of Dade County are very much In evidence.
rain means that the upper portion whether the day. If the soil is very light -5-

Improved, permanent pastures | Weekly from H OMJ Deenooatratloa .- receives perhaps only an eighth of have been selected by the Agricultural served Spring with salads olive are oil popular and vinegar" or and low In humus It Is essential For centuries Damascus-hat-! I

r are proving their worth on the cut. Specialist Tallahaaae* |j.< an Inch of water while the lower Extension Service to mako prepared salad dressing and there are that some material like'peat moss Joyed world-wide reputation foil

_ lands of Florida. They portion may get six or eight the trip. fine display of spinach string beans, cow manure or rotted leaves be in- the skin of its metal wo-xers
can over mean pine much to the development Inches, if the ridges run with the Winning of this prize trip stamps beet.a. and green onions In th. vegetable corporated into the beds in good e _
; of both the livestock industry and BERRY JUICESNo slope. For this reason the ridges! these 4-H club members as outstanding Orange, new cabbage and lettuce quantities. Josephine County, Oregon has *

r the forest lands! of this state, and single Item of canning is should run across It, to Interceptthe in their field this year. are very plentiful and low In price. The plants may be set anywherefrom Douglas fir tree 39 feet i n) \.2
wfll aid considerably as more water only so much askew as They have done excellent (-H club The Quaker Maid Kitchen hat 12 by 12 to 12 by 24 Inches! Inches In circumference
they more Important than the conser- work over several years, and have planned three particularly appetizing .
planted' to to create a slight fall into the side apart, depending on variety
3: acreage Is Impl'ovedgra..sell. vation of berry and other fruit ditches. Then the upper portionwill developed Into leaders of other club menu tor this week using meats and desired effect. The closer ;
x These make delicious which are In good supply, and therefore O"l.n WORII
and members and In activi- :
with the juices, syrups. receive its full share of the community reasonable In price. planting Is desirable In "a narrowed "
In Co-operation county nutritious drinks and shouldbe rain and the lower will not be ties. Young McNeely is in his > where weeding can be done by ERVES c..v
of Dixie
j ;, agent, a lumber company The Low Cost Dinner'
served more frequently. eighth year of club work most of
100 washed and flooded. If the water hand from either slda, whereas the
: County two years ago planted flavor is finest when processed ata which has been under the directionof Pot Roast of Beef
stands in the alleys for some time, wider rows will facilitate cultiva-
land to
; I acres of cut-over pine < car- the boiling and Potatoes ,
below with Carrot
Norton, r.,
temperature County Agent Clyde .
well and good; it takes! some time "
pet graKK. The land was! fairly low Turnip Greens' I,.. tion.Abundant
and molHt, consequently suited to point. for'it to sink Into the subsoil. When while Bassett has done six years of Bread and Butter .JTJ water is necessary to
I There are other Select fresh, sound, ripe fruit; the latter holds a sufflcien quantity the work under the leadership Banana Custard Tarts 'iJWJ growth and to high-colored bloom'

.i carpet grans.suitable for higher lands! crush! and hat slowly to simmering of moisture the water will be County Agent E. H. Finlayson. S Tea or Coffee Mllk.a.1.! When the plants are eight to 10
tt grasses without the addition of drawn oil the Miss! Black has been in the work -*: Inches In they should be
The entire coat of seed and plantIng point upward, \Ijike through Medium Cost Dinner height
water. Strain. The addition of lamp wick for the good of the for seven years, directed throughout carefully staked and tied. Mr. Wat-
was $3 an acre. Broiled Lamb Chop
The land under natural conditions sugar to fruit juices will give a fine crop. There was"a time when the all of that period by Miss Mo- Egg Plant Creole String Bean \cins recommends square stakes

bad been carrying one cow to flavor, using at least 1 cupful sugarto flatwoods were very wet after elle Dadole home demonstration Scalloped Potatoes and tying the runners every four or

20 5 to the 100 acres. a gallon of juice. Heat juice be- heavy rains! and everything had to agent at Plant City. Miss Hooks, Quince Preserve five inches to prevent the wind
: acres! or cows
not to boll fill into hot, a resident of Homestead, has been Corn Muffin and Butter
Within after the ing careful ; be done to get the water off the from whipping and twisting them
S one year carpetS and an outstanding (-H girl for six Grapefruit with Honey V
seed 'were sowed thelOO acres sterile.bottles or jars processbelow fields, but the land I, now so well Iced Tea or Coffee Milk about.
S than 50 simmering point. Quarts drained till such methods are no years, during which time she has Side-dressing of a complete fertilizer -
J was carrying slightly more 20 minutes processing.A worked with her home demonstra- Very Special Dinner
need about should be from time
longer necessary. Enterprising applied
t S cows, 28 of them being dairy cows. i
The capacity of the very efficient bottle capper strawberry growers now irrigate lon agent. Miss! Pansy Norton. Jellied Tomato Bouillon to time to keep the plants! In a
L carrying pas- and may be purchasedat weather for These winning 4-H boys and girls Olive Green Onions Radishes condition. '
ture had been increased 10 times! crown caps during dry ; field crops Broiled Spring Chicken growing Many growers
ci t, and! the pasture was furnishing little cost. These are much simpler Irrigation will not pay, but by the will be accompanied to Washingtonby Fresh Spinach In Cream use a muslin shade to shade the
,' to use than corks. The caps! method mentioned the R. W. Blacklock, state boys'club buds when to show
water begin
f grazing during a longer period of may Julienne Potatoes UP TO your ears In wor I
the year. The pasture Is good for should be placed in boiling water be preserved and make the upper agent, and Miss Flavla Glea- Rot Roll and Butter color. vary nerve at high tension,

S- years of grazing at the same rate. for about one minute just before part of. the field as fruitful as! the son, state home demonstration Lettuce Salad with Bacon Dressing If leaf spot begins to defoliatethe No wonder :yon sna> at the wife !
0 Records show that there
t ,. k t annual Having of $18 per cow was In the ("n or In the cork of the bottle cap. The roots of the strawberry they will take a week of Intensive Iced Tea or Coffee link mixture or ammoniacal copper car ___Watch__ eut'u"! A Overworked....__ .h_
of In bot- training In leadership and ..rv- teaa v> ....""
feed bill of the dairy cows grazed Nearly all spoiling juice plant run near the surface; the \ S bonate should check It. Spraying mrny pie
S tles mold growth is caused byAl is recreational activities.The 400 NEEDY FAMILIES ARE tobacco check peers, Nervous Headache Kir*-
by plant fed through them and it with extracts will
on) this! pasture. If each cow grazed _._ __ tlA the I I eoa Indigestion and a boat at
!. Mnli-1.. rtnvaa frt trips are being given by VEGETABLESFROM
-- -- -- receives set-back if FURNISHED
two acres, the cost of seeding was Lot vIflaan "AV' uyw a they are sev plant lice or aphlds. other unpleasant disturbance
Atlantic Coast Line and
S found on all such non-sterlized ered. The hand Railway RELIEF GARDEN S
plows so generallyused
$6. It derma' that the $18 each Why: :you try Dr. Mile
cork Is a conductor the Florida Federation. of Women'sClubs. .. Hooked first made In
poor were
c year is a pretty good return on a caps. cut too deep and sever too rugs Bfferveecevt Nervine Tablets
$6 investment. of heat and thus protects the many roots. The negro trucker PERRY Fla.-About 400 needy this: country by fishermen's wives Just one in a half glass el

; ; Florida should become a much spores during sterilization of the generally gets more and better berries FLORIDA HOME S PERIODA families were furnished vegetables who hooked rags Into sail cloth as water makes) a pleasant spark.
P_ hence the need of sterilizing and with less than foundation material. Modern women Dna drink delightfully soothing
cS E: greater cattle state and should remain juice; fertilizing, series of weekly radio talks during: the winter and spring froma OT8I'taJreclllernJl.Dr .
a greater timber state. Cattle both corks! and caps! before use. the white man. His women and community relief garden which who want rugs for little money, to
about will next to
clothing commence Milaa Nervine DOW'
; The hot juice should be poured to children with worn-out and dull also hook dyed rags into decorative
cost the welfare association here
l and Umber go well together on Monday on the Florida Home Pe- made fat two form-Liquid .sal
lands not rutted and needed for within one Inch of the top of the hoes, simply skim the surface and nod, broadcast each morning from $42, reports Miss Floy Moses!!!, home and practical rugs for their floors. I Kffarrcaecttt Tablet. Both bait
$ cultivation u4 crops. The cut-over bottle This! allows space for expansion leave the roots uncut and free to demonstration agent. She and S the same) soothing effect.
9:45: to 10 EST, over WRUF. The
further Andrew Jackson was! shot at in
lands will grow another crop of of the juice when forage for plant food. Better than speaker will be Miss Lucy Belle County Agent R. S. Dennis! were Instrumental 91.00 at ;yMur cine store
.5 ______ timber while cows are grazed on heated. dropping the fertilizer in a deep fur- Settle clothing specialist with the In planning the garden. the capitol at Washington by a
house but
__ will be excellentfor row close to the plants would be weapon
them. But for the cattle to be The fruit juices State Home Demonstration Depart Eight other community gardens are .
S raised most economically, there Is use In gelatine desserts, pudding to strew it on the surface and work ment. She will discuss such fac- now growing in the county.A fire.Independence .

r _ '. need of all possible home-grown sauces Ice creams and sher It In with a shallow-going Imple ors' as' durability texture, color, canning kitchen with equip- Hall was formally.
without ment. The plants would get It, but which will 132 No. 2
feeds. Improved pastures furnish bets. If canned sugar they design physical character and fin- ment can cans thrown open as a public historical
L 4. one of the cheapest forms,of feeds may be used for making jelly. not in such big doses as to make Ish In choosing fabrics. Along with at the time has been built and will museum JvSy 4, 1876.WakeUp.

(% for cattle. Isabele S. Thursby. the berries too soft for shipment.The the series a free bulletin about soon be in operation. The> home -
; Improvement Is coming In the S pine trees outside the field demonstration agent has conducteda
: clothing written by Grace Baker -- -
; _ grades! of the animals on the should not be allowed< to stand near Hill, of the Textiles and Clothing two-day canning school for the4H Liver Bile
ranges and in the feeds grown at WRUF FARM PROGRAM the fences.! A pine will send its Division at the Florida State College club girls and older women You I ir

: home )t descry9 every encour- roots as far as 200 feet into cultivated for Women will be offered. who will operate the cannery according -
MTbo Vol.. of Florida" land and rob the plants of to approved plans.
Following is the Home Period
fertilizer and moisture. If the S -With Calomel
I a schedule for next week: out \
i STAY trees cannot be removed or girdled,
55 LILY BULBS/ SHOULD GAINESVILLE Fla. Radio Saturday May 27-Parents' Fo Volume exports of ,farm prod
; IN GROUND ALL SUMMER their roots should b, cut to prevent ucts In March had an Index of 67 --
talks about Important Florida farm them from entering the field. rum.Monday compared with 71 In February, and And You'll Jump Out of Bed If this Me I*not tovUg Bmly.yes" ,dxJdown'
GAINESVILLE, Fla. Many problems will be given at noon each In breaking up new land, It will May Durability with 111 In March 1932, accordingto 411rII Jnrt*M 7< la tfct bonk. ,
questions about storing Easter lily day next week over state radio station pay to run a loaded disk harrow Fabrics-Miss Lucy Belle Settle. the Bureau of Agricultural Eco- in the Morning Rarinto GoIf Gu bloata op your __. Too .bin. I

I bulbs are'sent to the Florida Experiment WRUF. They will come on the over It In advance of, the plow. It i Tuesday' May 30--Food Conservation nomics. This year's March index thick bid tut and:TOOT breath U fool,itti

Station each spring and Florida Farm Hour. sponsored by should be run in the same directionall in Calhoun and Liberty was the lowest for that month in you feel sour and sunk and the often. bra>k* out In blwnljhm. Yonrche "'"'
euraraer. Answering one of these the Florida Agricultural Extension bounties-Miss Josephine _Nimmo. world looks punk don't swallow a lot *and:you fM down and eU Tour wboUsyatwn
'the time for then the sod will cotton the
19 Excluding ,
years. of mineral water oil laxative
Meat Canning in Osceola County- salts ,
The schedule follows: Is .
questions recently Dr. A. F. Camp, Service. poleon.d.Ittakwthoe.goodcZdC4JlTER'SLITTJ
be cut thin slices which
long, March Index was 59. chewing and
5-. head of tbe Department of Horticulture Saturday, May 27-Florida Farm and II Miss Albina Smith.Wednesday. gum !
soon disintegrate decay. (
them to make
said: News and Hints. Editorial Snap- May 31 Weekly S you suddenly sweet LIVER PILLS to lot th_two ponndi of bite
_ _
the second disking! crosses the first, in gross farm income from 1929 to and buoyant and full of sunshine.
Low-Cost Market Basket-Miss .
in flowing freely and male fool"up and nik"
\ "Banter lily bulbs may be left shots. :you
the turf is cut into lumps, which Ana Mae Sikes.Thursday A decline of nearly $6,800,000,000 I For they can't do It. They only fcarml ,
S Th y contain wonderful talk
all and if
the summer,
ground dug Monday; May 29-Spraying for will dry up and decay very slowly.) 1932 about 57 cent Is estimated -
or ,
for per the bowels and
before'rootJng' June Readings! move a mere move- vegetable extracts,amazing when. It coma t II
at all it should be -
Just Whitefly and Scale on Citrus-J. The should then be in the
plow run the Bureau of
by Agricultural ment doesn't at the The
ii the Home-Mrs. Ida Keeling Cre- get cause. making the bile flow freely.
starts. This Is in late ,
: usually R. Watson. Lady Beetles In the same direction as the disk this will U.
S ; Economics, S. Departmentof reason for your down-and-out feeling But dOD'took for liver pUUk A k 10rC.'ILittle ..
'p- August or September. They may Control of Citrus Insects-Dr. .E. minimize choking, get the pine sap.Friday, June 2 CommunityHome Agriculture. Gross farm income is your liver. It should pour out two Liver Pllla.Look for *.name Cuta/i

SJ t>e rebethled' immediately or kept in W. Berger. roots out In longer pieces make Demonstration Houses- last year was the lowest in 23 yearsof pounds of liquid bile into;your bowels Little Liver Fills on the red UboU Eamttsubstitute. .

a cool place away from drying aircurrents Tuesday, May 30-New Potato j the draft lighter, and the "sour Miss Pansy Norton. statistical records by the bureau. daily. / .25c!at all clx..... .1931.' M.C..
for several weeks. Varieties Give Double Yields-M. ness"'of the soil will be of shorter I _

J. "At digging time one may leave R. Ensign. Farm Question Box. duration.It Iron ore is found In Levy County;

the old bulbs where they are and Wednesday, :May 31SummerCare Is not.generally known that near Bronson. The Confederacy Is LOOK HERE.FRIENDSI,4n! !

: r- carefully remove tho new bulbleta of the Lawn-W. E. Stokes. the roots of melon, cucumber and said to have utilized this Iron during .

by digging around them. In rea- The Asparagus Caterpillar and Its other vines reach at least as far the War Between the States for
: eonabVy well drained soils, it is! advisable the vines For
Control-Dr. J. W. Wilson. as run. this reason the manufacture of cannon.
S not to move the old bulbs the fertilizer should be broadcastedover

,I except every two or three years Unless Jobs Thursday and How, June to 1-Do June Them Farm.-J. the vine patch, so as to feed many good methods of cultivationnow QW I I A' A I

t; they are needed elsewhere. Francis Cooper. Stem-End Rot in the plants properly at the time forgotten. One was to leave an

L They should be lifted then. how Watermelons-Dr. M. N. Walker. when they need it the most, and unplowed strip a foot wide under
ever, to prevent the roots. binding June Planning for the enriched area should not be the center of each sweet potatobed.
Friday. i
I in clumps. confined to the hill In which The tubers then downward -
; eDo Next Year's The Pecan Beef Leaf Calf Crop CaseBearerand -W. J. the seeds only are put. only as far as the grew hard strip, By Special Arrangements with the Leading' Magazines of the

not make your recreations as Seely.Nut Case-Bearer-Fred W. The slave owners of old were bet and Instead of being long and Country We Brine You the Biggest Bargain of All Time .

S strenuous. 'as you do your day'slabor. Walker. er farmers than those of the present stringy, they grew plump and well Subscriptions To 3 Famous Magazines. with A New or Renewal

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valuable piece of equipment espec- other citrus fruits are at their
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-4aiL: fruit or vegetable press sieve Cabbage is plentiful for making of
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-. ... "......,. .. ... WHAT TUB POPPY MKANS I I FLORIDA SHOWS MRS .IOANA1I CONNER Scotland's birth rate for the Hypocrisy la the homage which .. .
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:.: ,<; :.t I \ Mrs. Joanah Conner. 79, died at 'third quarter of last year was 18 vlco pays to virtue La Roche* 4 i

: "S The little red poppy which will I SMALLEST LOSSIN hW" home at Raiford Thursday after per thousand, the lowest ever re fouruuiil. ,, ; j' ;

: Uf61)UrbJ1ord be sold in Starke Saturday. by the I > short Illness. Mrs. Conner had corded for the same 1 period a ? I'' -

l,1LImDtWt! .", American legion\ Auxiliary is full FARMINCOME I been a resident of that community S i M Law Is the embodiment of the

of meaning. representing the sacri- for 43 years and was a member of The body of a sensualist Is the moral sentiment of the people ,Jh' :

ficial blood of the coffin of a dead man's soul Bo- Hlnckstonein ,
i boys who fell Got the Raiford Methodist Church. Fu. I
feet. ana alight unto lh. Psalm 119:105. eminent StatUtlrn For 192U '
\ is aIamPl1J1t0 my my p : and service to the disabled.In neral services were held at Conner vee. i ., i
And 19.13 Reveal StuU-'n '
< N rv HI' "IIII"I': :''' '>*hNril : !
: : All religious teaching doctrine 1917 when we entered the IA'IIwt'rah.1 cemetery Saturday morning at 10' >l..'.",111.' KINN. .<.I ,,. HlVrHIKN t 1IU.0I ;!,,1
or .,
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1i1Lii-L111JcL1uu. COtT VTY 5e'l'i5)it'dItlttI"5sio1.Ht.v ,
I' tltlNn 'Kl Illllll VI1Mntdfiid ie
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o'clock v th the Rev. Mr. MCKInney -
creed U they are to have claim World War. our liberty threatened .. '
any KIM \>" 11. M" FI F.MKMT i \ .
W ,
loyalty and devotidh; of the people, must be in harmony with millions of our men answered the Florida sustained ''a smaller per. In charge. The Burns-Howard fOlNTY !TIIOOl "'l' ''* !March 1D32 I'oiint-t. fui tin- 1I'"h' .e il
JPOD the' Christ whose words fit into fold and crevice Co. of Jacksonville morticians Bradford county, for the month of t j ,
teachIng of Jesus the every call. This cost billions In money centage of loss in farm income I February uu.U..r.1!. (-,n.rsi School Fiine'Overdraft Ii

*the human> heartii and of whom" it was said in John 7:46,"NEVER MAN and far more of value In the lives, than any other state. between 1929 had charge of arrangements. School Fund March: L.. ISO 71 ,
MAN. Receipt durll'l&.m..nlh 717. 10 ,
IS .
Overdraft Kel> 1 1498SJIterolpia -
SPAKE limbs and health of thousands of and 1932, according: to The Florida Surviving the deceased are eight' iluiliiir, month, .' IUH1I15Warrants \t arrant e during. month 2658.13 ,, '

of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to UM this de-- American boys. In many hospitals Grower. Receipts from her major daughters, namely: Mrs. D. K. dnrlnw month P' 5530 fin Overdraft April I 114 .U1 'I, '

Faaior* of church activities organization and annoonoeflltllliellan Browning and Mrs. C. O. Andersonof Overdraft March 1 __ ._. 2843.74 u,... ,... I : !
throughout the country there and livestock for
pewS are crops products IH.t. No. I Kalnnce March. I.. _. 489.10 l .
.p* freely given and no charge made-the only requirement remnants of once strong manly the latter year were 33.. per cent Ratford, Mrs. Mary Alvarez of Pal. Feh 1 4 reach this office before Wednesday moraine i Kecelpt during month Warrants month I ;
lIeDtJI'.t; !iiuch It-Bran forms many blind--these men have less than in the former. Reductionin Starke, Mrs. Mattie Futch of Doctor' 130 during .
\\arrants during monthHuliincr Uith.nc.IIrll I 507. :
__ ? ?, loA handled for current Isaue.I I II : 53 11'
?? Mrs. Nettle McConnell :
given all that our country may be the United States as a whole March I .. m.l0! nisi. ',,. a .
secure. was 56.8 cent. 9f Fort White, Mrs. Bessie; Plnhol- lii.t No. I Overdraft March I. 224.45II .
work For per ._ ,
wrought a good on me. Overdraft Feb. 1 241 54Receipts Receipt during month .44IIS I
ster of St. Petersburg Mrs. Marvin
"" I ye have the poor with you always, Picture the mental strain of the Federal statistics showing the Income I dntlna month 21.on) Variants" during month -. .
SCHOOI. I llacen of Brooker and Mrs.\ Mertle Overdraft Man 1-._-. 2244.1Dint. Okiudiaft April I .Oi
SUNDAY and whensoever ye will ye may do non-compensated man In the hospital by states for the past four I No. aHalunce Iist. 4... a II
and three
of Plant
I LESSON I II them good; but me ye have not as he thinks of his wife and years recently were released In Bradley City; February I. .. 3714 ISlletelins nulnnce March I. _. 8803 89
L. of Starke J. M. dui'ii, month, .
I sons, L. Conner Mrt 14WsrrantH Receipt OnrlnK month 2JU..1 .
She hath done wht she little children at home with In Washington. Analysis of the fig-'
always. no Conner of Raiford and A. D. Conner I ilurlnir month Ml nollnlnnue \> arrant d\ll'llIlI month 20..00 ,
1933 could; she is come aforehand to come. Then open to him this opportunity ures, discloses that this state has Marrh 1 -__ .. Llaliuu-e" April 1 4004.40 "
MAY 28 of Fort Pierce. I I11I0'1'11' 1)1st. No. 4Pnlnnce
FOR IS03,7'j "'.t. :s. 4
anoint my body to the burying. whereby: he can earn fared markedly better than any I 1".h.ry, 1 ( Halance. March I. 863.63 )

and His Friends. Verily I say unto you Wheresoeverthis money by making poppies-$60 to other during the depression.' : ] \IteielptH' ilurliiM; monthYariantHi1urlnirtnonth I ._ _. Receipt dlrllllI11onlh.. .
Jesus In Court of Judit !State! of h. Wllr'unl., durlnir month
Subject gospel. shall be- preached $75: a month to send his family. Rhode Island mane the second County Balance March I. 803.83
Text "Ye are my friends. Florida. In r..f"t*t. ot Chart H.MrCnll ). llalauce April 1Ills 883.61 .
Golden throughout the whole world, this This same man also knows he Is best showing her Ions having been itiul Wilbur McC'all. minor, "I... No. SHalnnre *. No. ttOverdraft .
whatsoever I command: February 1 4ft.3K March. I 311.Kit
If ;ye dc. 15:14.: : also that she hath done shall be making these poppies for tie Auxiliary 37.0 per cent. Of the remaining bradford. U County.Nolle hereby iclvn to. nil whomIt KecelpiH ditrlnw, monthWnrrnnts 3 tJ miSxi Receipt durliiK monlh- 14
1ou' JoDn spoken of for a memorial of her." who will use the proceeds 46 states only nine showed a reduction may concern that Mary FmncoHMcCull .l>t81H > Warrants. clurltiK month 27.M C. I
13:33 to
._ .
: .
TextMark: a. Uuitrdlan of harlit,. H. Overdraft Mnrrh 1 ,bit overdraft April I 316.03tun ::1 1
Leeacu -. from the sale for a buddy or his of less than 50 per cent. McC'all and Wilbur MoOnll. minor, .1)1st.l ISo 7 I Ills. !No. 7 :

14 19H FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH family who in' more unfortunatethan New Jersey had 37.9 New Hamp- will, on the Sob day or Juna' A D.19S3 Balance F..bi ,nary 1 1ST' 28 llnlance March IReceipts .20 f
following surveyof to the Hoiioinbl M.: K llecelpta durlnir month 294' durlnic, month 25.44
the apply
We adopt Rev. J. J. Johnson supply pastor has many of he men can shire 40.0, Connecticut 40.7, Massachusetts 1'nrryman, County Jurtw In,, and for Warrants durliiH7, month____, \>,err..it t* during month t t

the lesson from Arnold's Commentary Service Sunday, May 28, as follows not make them. Then there Is the 41.4, Vermont 429 West mild, county, at his office In titnrka, Balance Marrh. I L. __ _. -_ :3H0.20! Ilalance April I .. 411.8.i ,' ,I i ilImt. ,
the lessons: (Florida In said county, at 1 o'clockp. 1)1.4. No. H' 5., HliVDidrafl i '.
on : buddy who has paid the supreme Virginia 46.2, Pennsylvania 46.7 Overdraft 1_ 443 OS
m, or a* noon thereafter. n* th. February ( March l___ 443.03 l"t'' '
H Alter teaching in Jerusalem on 10::00 a. m.-Sunday School, A. J. sacrifice. The money from the sale New York 48,2 and California 48.3. matter ran l>. hoard, for authorityto Receipts dtirlnw I month t ._ t Recrlpt* "ii i'i ng mon I toWerrants J
itell, at public private sale, the Wai, 'rants I it ian n C month _. __ during month.Oveidrnfl I 1!
H Tuesday Christ retires from the ; Thomas, superintendent. of the poppy will be used to help Loss of farm Income In the other entire undivided or interest of Bald Uv..rdr..rlIIt""h! 1 441. .Oi API, ,II I t -- ..-. 44303 4

temple for the last time and. goes I 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship, make conditions better for the famIly 37 states ranged from 51.0 per centin minor I In the following described, Isis.. NO. 10Halance itui. SI.. in 'i't f ,
real In said and State, February" I :247,13 Italunccfuuli I 141.71 t
B-stward on his way toward BethBany sermon by the pastor. Theme that may be left, In many cases Michigan to 70.5 in South Dakota to-wit estate: county I llttcvlpta I diiitiiK monthWartante :j.tf4 Itocclpt. during monlhiirant 31.OJ': t

Upon reaching the Mount of "Christ Our Substitute." will give assistance by caring for which had the highest figure. The Southeast' quarter of the tltirlitM I : month I \%' ilurlni; "month I
Northwest quarter of section Thlrty- I Hnlnnce !March I. 149.77 Ua In lice April 1 271.69 1
at to four 7:00 m.-B. Y. P. U. the "kiddies"
K Olives he talked length : p. through the Child Nebraska was second with 66.6. Six, TowttHhtp Five. South HHIIK Ulst.. No. II \ItUt.I 1\... II ., '

B of his disciples concerning the comB 8 p. m.-Evenlng Worship; pastor's Welfare program by providing for Then came North Dakota 66.3 and Twenty KIIMI aliio the North quarter Overdraft FehrunrvIterelpis __ 3531 Overdraft Mnrrh 1Rucelpts 13M" 4 "f'' ,
of the Houlhwent. quarter orIl'n/ ilurlnir, month 14.at ilui, 'InK "month 7.73:. \ 1I '
of Jerusalem and and Reap- them when is 66.2.. 11
theme "Sowing a home it not Kansas
tag destruction pos- Mississippi dropped tlon ..F'lrtenn Township HI* South, Warrants durlnK. month 12.oil' 19 arrant e diirliiK! month 't'
B the end of the world. See Mark ing." sible to keep the children and 65: .0 per cent Georgia 64 S, Nevada UIIIIKU, Twenty 10u' t.Which Overdraft March 1. .._ 82811 I Overdraft April: i I 15 tt t I I1)1st ..M'1'
of this discourse invitation is extended to mother application. ; will be based isle, .t. 11I0. II I No. 19dvordrafl : ,
B the close An together. 645: Oklahoma 63.2 Idaho 63.2
At ,
]13.S. upon the petition for pale. now on Overdraft Fehruiiry I IItei 61 R3 M"'h I 64 44 I ,,1//
B the duty of watchfulness, or of be-? these services.J'retoh.terlan. Then this man will see the Colorado 62.:5, New Mexico 62.1 file In said Court. 'etpts dui, 'Ina, : munth 244 Reuelpta durlnK month 26T V
poppy Dated May 8, A. D, 105.1 Warrants durlnK, month, Warrants durlnK monlhUverilraft .
B tag: In a state of readiness for the worn as a memorial emblem in Iowa 61.7, Maine 61.6 and Arkansas MARY F11ANC1S Mr-PALL, Overdraft Mun 1 B4.4* April 61.81 1S

B return of the Lord Is enforced in Church tribute to his baddies who died. 61.3. Guardian nut. N.. III I tUf. No." 1.1: 0
ItAn Y. MAINKH. Lake. Hutlur Kla.Attoiney Overdiaft, FeliniBry. 1 I. 187.IM'' Overdraft ?\Man I 14fl.45
in the dlfBltrent -
different Rev. H. Lowry pastor. States that lost between 50 and
George ,
somewhat ways of ) 17.93
Many these men are in hospItals for Uunrdlan Itecelpls ilurlnic" month .n I Rtoielpts. iluiiriK monlhWarrants I 8.Ii .
synoptic Gospels In Mat- Services Sunday May 28: after To them 60 per cent 1 included Kentucky 51.1, 5-5-61-0-3.. Wai rants duHnir i ,, month durlnK i '...."thUVLO..h..tI I
year year. see .
Ov.rdrlLUIltr..h! I 149 45A3 1. 116.ill
Mark there is recorded 10 a m.-Sunday School T. S. 01.3: Delaware 03.tI, April
\tkrt and ; making their poppies one year Maryland >" 011110' OH1 'MtS-IIOH'lt Sil.R'] IJ'... NO. i* DisC NO. ia I 0
Hit the conclusion of Christ's dlsHeourse Williams superintendent. then see them the next seems as North Carolina S3.7, Louisiana 55:S.O. Notice 1 la hereby given that under Overdraft February 1 I. 98ft Overdraft. :M-irch: I I.. BH.79 .1,1,

account of the anoint- 11 a. m.-Morning Worship; sermon Virginia 551, Missouri 55.2, Ohio and by virtue of that certain final Kecelpts durlna, month .19 Receipt during month.. 17.33 '
the yesterday to us-as they occupythe decree of forerloMur. made) and rendered Warrants ,),,ring monthOverdraft. Warianls durlnv month '
H tn of Jesus by Mary during a feastBin by the pastor "Memorial Day same place as year before; but 55.3, Texas :55: .:5, Utah 56\ .0. Oregon on the 2nd day of May, A. 1>. !Mnrrh I ._ 58.79I l\eulinft" April' : I I 41.47
; ; &
11111, bv Honorable A. X Adlcln No. IT ShieS No. ITOvrlilrufl
the house of Simon the leper. Thoughts. think what it means to them to be 56.3 Tennessee S6.4, South Caro- Judge of the Twenty-ninth, i .luiieial Overdraft February 1. __ .-. 9487 Maich L ._ 811.01

They do not say when It occurred, 7 p. m.-Christian Endeavor; there all these long days. So: lina 56.5, Washington 66.5, Indiana Circuit of Florida, In hilt certain Receipts during: nmnthWarrants t "M'I'' ,ItoL-elpis, ,Ii,'ig .ninth .80
CHUNK therein pendlnw. wherein I". durlnK month t BO Wai,'rants (I it ri nil month -
thatthe Illinois 68.0 Arizona
Lamb. 57.3 58.3
Bjvhereaa John says definitely leader Dorothy F. Flume In complnlnunt and Josephine Overdraft March 1 ,_ 811.018sn tiverdrsft.April. I SLit
triumphal entry occurred the 8 p.: m.-Evenlng Worship, song "Forget them not! As Minnesota 58.7, Wyoming 58.7 Alabama A. Marcnttx. Ueorica A. Mar- Ul.... "No.' IS Ibis.. 0. IHO.erdrafl
years cotte, lent lI'e (*. Kruaa: Kliile: Kruseand Overdraft February I IReceipts ) 47 Match I 811\,3"
It. See John 12:12. :58.8 Wisconsin 58.8 Mon- -
: and ,
day after sermon. _
go by; flank of Stark a corporation durlnir month ? 7009RIO Retelpt durlnw month.Winrants _. 10.9'
H Therefore probably the supper wasBon Prayer Meeting Wednesday at On our remembrance they rely. tana 59.6.Gross are defendant I I, the underlineda : : Warrants during month- durliiK month)
Income of her farmers and Hpeoial Master will Hell for vault Overdraft Man .h I -. .3* (lv..lr"rl April I. -- _- 780.43
Saturday night.Today's 8 p.m. They are the maimed Death did to the. highest: anti beat bidder at th* 2NTUHHST .A SINKINO FUNDDUI. Interenl nntl MultifileIlls reed t
H printed lesson begins: A cordial invitation to all our deny growers amounting to $86,536,00(1( Houth door of the courthouse In l'I1u. A *. No.Iti&lunc II .
Stark. Bradford County Florida Balance February I. 3740? March I al\28.9.
in 132 Florida rank 25th of *
"Take ye heed. watch and pray; forBye services extended to all. Its solace-crippled, blind they gave on Monday, the 6th day of June, A. Receipts during month_ flHt.177HO Receipt' durlnK I month.Wnrrants .. 1011.411 ,: 4
know not when the time is. For C try $130,111,000 ranked thirty-second. 1). 1133 durlnir the legal, .hour of Warrants durlnir month ) oo302H durlnir monthllaluiice u
Duawai.s.i.Y Records of the bureau of agrlcul- ale for the purpose of satisfying Balance March I I .941103R April I _' 2136.43: ,
the Son of man Is as a man taking LAWTEY CHURCH To find on earth the peace they said final decree, the following described ..,.... n ami annnlunca Itlst. 5i,. II '

Ba far Journey, ,who left his house knowIn tural economics United States Department land, lying and being In due February: IItnrelpts .10 llfilance March I SIt?.TT o. I
Band to his servants First Church of Agriculture giving Bradford County Florida. to-wlt: diirlna; ; month. 2'l 1172H50 Rncelpt. tlurliiK, month 27. II
gave authority Baptist Flanders' Fields" Lot One (1) and Three (3), lllook Warrants during' month no Warrants. durlni-; "month 522.At\) 4 ( I
Band to every man his work and Hev. L. F. Chapin pastor. S these figures include Income only Twenty-two (22) a* per the original: Balance. Starch I .: :. : :8217.77 )Bii.hiiK.-u April I n23.40 :
and from 78 and from the Town of Htarke, IHslrlet No ID ItUI. 'Si. .. IH
first principal
commanded the porter to watch. Preaching services MRS. MARY WOOD crops IIrlLdrorJ'Counly, Florida, nit appear Balance, February 1..__ 1013: .HIIOA Italiince March I t"<.AT ., j.f4
B Watch ye therefore; for ye knowBjnot third Sundays 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. 13 livestock Items. of record In Deed book '?4"* at pat, o Receipts dun ng month I .14 Receipt iturlliK. ,,"...Ih. 76I
Mrs. Mary Wood, wife of Percy One car In ten of the fresh fruits 7&B of the puMlo record of Bradford ; Warrants during month 270 oil Wiirrunl. diiilnw, month.HulAnce ""
when the master of the house Wood died 13: at her home be- County, Florida. Unlnnce March I 1._ .___. 868.07I April I II ___ .___ 945.86 ,. -
Bcometh, at even or at midnight or m.Sunday school 10 a. m., H. B. Ar- May and vegetables' moved In Interstate FLOYD OltEF.N.Hp.,1 hereby certify that the foieito" hereby certify that the tfirHoiniirHtatemetit '
at the in the tween Starke and Lawtey. She Is commerce by rail and water car- Master Inv statement, showing balances at ;Hbowlnw balance at I tie .
cockcrowing or wood supt. survived her husband two D. M MAHTtN & A. H. 'U15\VH' the beginning;, and at the *linic of bi-Klnnlnic and Ht I the undine, of the I
morning. Prayer.Servlce, 7:30: p. m. Wed- by sons riers last year was shipped from Solicitor' for complainant. the month herein above stated. and, niuiith, 1 herein above ..slated. and of l

( H Following\ the Roman reckoning and one daughter three brothers, Florida. Of the 833,913 carloads of I 5-5-6t-8-8. of the receipt and warrant Issued the -",'..ht" ami warrant .IssueddurliiK ItPI
nesday.B. three sisters and her mother. turing said month correspond with t I ald to,,ii t 11'', corresponds. with I
the Jews at this time divided the Y. P. U. 6:30: p. m. Sunday. perishables that the railroads and NOTICW or TIlES APPIICATIO1POIt the records of my olllc. and I* trite the lecorils, of my office and I* tin*
of Into four Funeral services were conductedby steamships handled, 83,533 were nlSCIIAItUB! AS A!>MINlfti > and correct. to the best of my knowl.edtre and coi.i..tu.t lo the best nf my knowledge I..
.the night
pours R. F. KIrkland at Church of 'ti vroit and belief.. I iso' certify that anil belief, I also ceitlfy' that
watches- to 9, 9 to 12 12 to 3, Grace M. E. Church produced In this state. Output of To Whom It May Concern t the following I I. a list of *ll county the followlnir J: Is, a list: nf all t'ountyliiiiiltorlns
ago 3 to 6which sometimes God, Saxton. Interment took placein Florida was Included In 24 of the Notice la hereby ,given. that the depositories, showing the. balance In, 1 |! shuwliiK I tlie 'balance Ineni
h ) were Rev W. B. Christy pastor. undemlHtnad an Administrator of the eat. .h at the CONH| nf thu month, :h: at I the c.los: ,, of of I HIM month:, I
I designated by the terms used Injthla Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundaysat Lawtey cemetery. 44 classifications in which the official Uiitata of William O Korcythe, d.eea..d. .- herein' first state, anil) the amountof heii-lii first suited and this amountof -
verse. Pallbearers were: Ernest Crews, tabulations are kept. having fully and satisfactory. security furnlxliml I liy chili such Hucuilty furnished by earh suclkItvposltory
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Lewis discharged and performed his duties I'epoaltory, und 1 the itniniint, of i Inlrrexl nml, the 'iimuiint of Inter-, I
C. R. J.
t B list coming suddenly he* find Prayer service Wednesday 7:30 Crews C. Prevatt Florida. led all the states In 1932 a* administrator of the above said HUM or rri>illt. ..d iliirlnK. said. eat paid or creilKeil. durlUK' paid .p ,

you Bleeping" And then it wouldbe 'I Crews Theodore Crews and Ramon shipments of beans, snap and lima, extate will on the 16th day of June, month I by cacti sitlil rieposltury on month by each ....i'i. I depository. oil ,
p. m. Crews. 1933 apply to the County Judge, at account of current dally balance or account of ciirrut dally balances or I 1'
too late for repentance. That I Sunday school 10 a. m., :Mrs. of celery, of grapefruit and tangerines -I his office In Stark., for final dl- lime, deposits. time deposits. I ojt j14

: event will be equal to death and of eggplant, of peppers of to- charge a* administrator of said es- Witness iiiv bath' thin. BHlh day ofFebruary Witness my hand (tItle SI day of
Mary Moore supt. The pride of dying rich raises tate. 11112. March, IIU2.
and satsumas
after death we cannot change our League 6:30 p. m. Sunday. matoes. In oranges ,1. A. I3.yle.., A. J. ORIFFia A. 3, OnJrrlo4.
condition. the loudest laugh in hell.-John cucumbers 'and watermelons this _-149tAdministrator.. County Mupterlntendsnt County Uuperlntndnt.

Foster, state held second place. On straw ,tII
B "And what I say unto you I nay Fraternal .

unto all, watch: To children as : Lawtey Lodge No. 189 F. & A. berries and mixed vegetables her

well as adults to well "OUR NEIGHBORS rank was third. Her cabbage pro- I I ITice
laymen as as M., meets at city hall building 1st
OURSELVES" fourth. .
duction stood Vegetables
preachers, to Sunday school pupils and 3rd Tuesdays at 7:30: p. m.
other than citrus and melons !
U well as Sunday school teachers, T. T. Blackburn W. M. fruits
to the By MRS. W. F. BOULWARE gave 37,466 carload of the 83,539 prices never
unlearned as well as schol- O. J. Phillips, Secy. may _
irs, to the poor and humble as well S When we love our neighbors as car total movement, leaving 46,067 -

u the rich and powerful, to all, TIIEKESSA BAPTIST CITCHCI1 ourselvesIn for grapefruit oranges and tangerines I : : I _
kind deeds and words combined. .Fku
without a single exception, the ; !
With our hearts filled with the love a be Low -
Master ia so
be com In. Therefore let all Services swill be held Saturday of God. Peonies, chysanthemums and again
work and of each ,
carefully on guard. before the third Sunday : _
last cut
carnations will longer as
the birds.A .
It i Is the law of Christ's It We'd be happy as .
army month. flowers If, wften they begin to I

IS "After the rule two of Christ's days kingdom.the feast D. L. Phillips Pastor. pleasant smile, and a word of droop, an inch Is cut off the stem GOODYEAR certainly' _
was S
',f the passover and of unleavend -_. cheer and the cut end Is plunged Into while I j

To whose heart Is very hot water for a moment; then _
bread; and the chief priests and the one sad. for you to put money in I
them in a vase of fresh cold
Bribes sought how they might take May cause a little sunshineTo place tires now. Your dollars
Him BOB steal In and make them glad. water.
by craft ,
and put Him to never bought tires to equal

death. But they said Not on the !iHriit'" II.'....' .
'east day, lest there be To those who seem to forget Hereby notice IH Klven that under the quality, the safety, ,,_ -

"' the an uproar -. OMMENTS That they have'a Savior dear, and by virtue of that certain firm the mileage which '
people. decree entered on May 10, 1K33, hy I
The pasnover the greatest ( ON Help them to look to Jesus the Honorable A. /. Adkln, J.ohl'. Goodyear Is today Imlltl- yp' .
feast was ., ... ; He Is always ready to hear. or the j6th| Judicial, fin-nit I of Florliln f ,,I i ip ,. _
of the Jews, celebrating their HERE AMI 111 and for Hrudford. County, In ing in every tire wearing, -
.rtutnrery in that certain foreclosure
lICape from : i//
RJ( bread was Egypt.baked The because unleav-the HEREAFTER.The One.side of life is gloomyThe milt In which anil Lacy II. V Vprne KnlKht and In t'omfilainant wire- the Goodyear name ; j _ 1:; p'

Jew h .

and' because yeast with worst tragedy the world ever We can see either side, we chooseto the iinilvrHlKiinl. blithest' I ami will I !"'.offer$" 1J1j.I!:for"tr'r*aia ennhHt to now concentrates on two '!p r'.jr / i I .1

; _
Which It was made'' was regarded saw took place in the best environ see; public: outerv In the main lines of tires-. real iI f ; I tJ.t ________
door. of tile i'ounty CourtHouse ) li y
&II Now don't think I'm right? xntith I
an emblem of corruption. ment the world ever had. Sin you .flra-lford County In Htarke, saving in costs Is passed -l I '
I : : of : : _ tf
m. Jerusalem wa crowded during didn't begin in the slums. Sin began Klnrliln.! ('n Momlav the 5th day I I
the Wnen"we love our neighbors as Jun. A. 1>. 1933. durlnK, the ItKitlhour on to you. ( II
feast Sometimes 258.0OO lambs : In a garden. Adam and Eve of sale. the following InmlsIvInK I (,' I I II .
<><* -
year .
were ren. 'red for slaughter In thaBhT' I used to go to( sleep At night In bedsof ourselves and helnic. In liradford (',)Uflt)'. Look at the present pricesof i- OuodyenrKiiprrlnUt I
>ne lamb for each ho 9fimily. *- I lilies and as Bob Taylor says, We'll keep from judging too, I "Florida R acres" ;:::11 Southeast eorner of I the. world's most popular p HI: .I.II MlHuprrlwlnl: u I 1j." T

in the masses of I "they breathed air which came filtered If we'd put ourselves In another'splace HW' of NI.Ia'lLl: NM, of HK'/: nfHertlon tire the Goodyear All i oril 'I Irf '
5 H Hniiue 21! N.: I.M'fli.rniu .
25, Twp. _ 4. -
People! would be hundreds of thou- through Jungles of rOlles. Ailil W', of HW'i of .NWfn, of S..... Weather and the price' I nl,'I Ir, ________
'!!Ida >t Galileans whom But they made a mess of their en- I'd fall far short; wouldn't you ? Lion I 30, Twp 6'i Range 22 Uuxt. s"-s $4.JO
Christ among snn I lot 9 and of lx>t 24 an'i of the thrifty Goodyear $5.J.,
had labored for the longest vironment.In ,H'-i: of lot 25 In Woodlawn In Unction .450.di j .
Ullle. an'J' who most Devoted Let's help by love; not hindering 30. Twp 6 H. Han. 22 Kant, containing Pathfinder and you'llcertainly 4..2S -
t/i, were lily, acres, more or leu*. _ $4.85
In Let's beautify mar
Rim. and dialect ; it's smartto
It was good policy, therefore every language i:. K 1-KRKYMAN agree, $55 .
I vV
for the Sanhedrin to postpone the world there Is some word for"ought" For we know that life Is Insecure 5203t2. Hperlal Master.BOREE buy Goodyears NOW- ) _

lIe or "must." And death may not( be far. 47.1IB _-_ $ C.20
arrest "duty" I'
of Jesus until the city or & GIDDENS while prices are still down $ 'i. '
was empty of at least the greatest Every savage tribe has some wordto close to bottom and X *, xt' '-it,
Part tribe has some while they succeed, but the makingof FUNERAL DIRECTORS your __
of show that the ____ ,
I pilgrims the eneIw -
though _ _
ea of money I Is not success. It Is pos ..k.t fli.IaV R. our Lord were ready to sense of obligation."All It Is B......'. War....... ns-is t .
sible to succeed and die poor. again.
ze Him ever buy
iri If It could be done with "ICEl'IIIEIJ KtiaALMKItAmhaUiic a.'an-i .

Relent secrecy. have sinned and come shortof possible to die rich and wind up a *.r,lAlwar .&. $7.80n. t) -_

Aoa of God" says the Bible.In life of failure. Success is not climbIng HM4r. *!.... C-4KW4 _____
oeing In Bethany In the the glory
aouse 3f words we have tried to the ladder of fame. Men may M <. II nlTnl4 >.... JackcoavllU ..10in 2
Simon other 1 f
the leper% as He Bat -
$ ;
I ;t; Bleal: there came a woman hav- meet our obligations as we have achieve fame and fall. Men may I II () A ;
to hit travel the lonely obscure road and
We tried I
f.an alabaster box of ointment of understood them. Renew Your Health _

,''Plkenard;! very precious and she the bull's eye when we shot, but we die unnoticed and unknown and II

||rake tha box- aDd Poured It on His missed it. We failed and we knowwe succeed. Purification _

'ill*. And there that failed. No normal human be- By SEEXJAkSUSED
were some The secret of success Is also the GOOD, I TEA R :
| j 'Indignation within themselves. ing ever lived with the exceptionof Any pbynlclnn will tell you that ;

I"1. aid. Why was this waste of Jesus Christ who did not at secret of happiness. Every crea- Perfect Purification of the Hyi-

he Jintraent made? For it might some time have some consciousnessthat ture that does what God meant for tern is Nature Foundation oi I I

..5V '3a sold for than three he tad done wrong. It to do is happy. God made the Perfect Health." Why not rid _
fish for the sea and the bird for yourself of ebronia aliment that

.rred;the? Pence and have been given rainbow- of hope over the air. The fish plays in the wa- are undermining your vitality TIRES : .t _
ooor- And murmured I hang a
'?,lnsl her." they the clouds of our past failures. All ter because he is at home. Put the Purify your entire system by taking REGISTER MOTOR CO. I

Ointment! the past. God keeps fish in the air and the bird In the a thorough COUTH of Calotahn" ATBARGAIN
stain Is on
of "nard" the
was probably -once or twice a week.tor several
die. The reason Is
white. From water and they
I )f roses. It taking 4000 roses the future spotlessly .eekand see how Nature re-

IA:: lllake one ouzce; of the ointment. this day as long as you live you can that they are out of their God-beIng wards you with health. STAKKE, FLOItlDA ,
human -
Penny WM tta; price of a day Of succeed in life. planned sphere. Every Caiotabs. purify the blood by activating PRICES _
a who Is In the center of the will
f moa labor. the liver, ki
I And Jesus sa'd. Let her alone; What Is success? It is not mak- of Cod for his life Is not onty successful aDd lioweU. Ia 10 eta, and 81 eti. .

11? trouble ye her? She hath ing money. Men may make money but happy. package. All dealer. (.&4v.) --- _


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.. County TelegraphEstablished OVERLOAD
"Why should anyone go hungry !

1877 counties i r Maybe You'veHeard I From Other PensA I' 11

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered; as Second Class abundantly?" the Wauchula Advo- It, But man who had been waiting
Advocate asks Its reader That Is
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. a question that has often been I patiently attract the in the attention poatofflce of could either not of j }t t'lI.T tI

asked ut never answered satisfactorily IIOW AOT'LL DIE the girls behind the counter. 1I

L. Matthews____________________ __EdiUr and Owne unless we wish to use the I It's been a long time since there "The evening cloak," explained v l/l 1ae

-I ugly words "because of laziness" was a serious paragraph in thIs one of the girls to her companion:

SUBSCRIPTION RATE We Join the editor of the Advocate column, but tills. week we're going "was a redlngote design in gorgeous

In wondering why anyone morbid with a bang and for lack of brocade, with fox fur and 1 ''ii '
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance should go hungry in counties as something better to talk about, the wide pagoda sleeves." 1r':

Advertising Rates on Application fertile as Bradford Hardee, and subject will be death. Not that we At this point the long auferlng I I

many others where, peas, beans, know so much about the' subjectour customer broke In with: "I wonder i
corn, lima beans, okra, pepper, tur
nearest approach' being the if with a
is you can provide me
Saturday Poppy Day. I
nips, eggplant, mustard, tomatoes, time we rolled head first from an neat red stamp with a dinky perfo- I
oNo -- squash, various kinds of Iilsh -I
potatoes upper berth-but Dr Erich Stern, rated hem, the tout ensemble, I

one but a King Midas\ could turn the United States sweet potatoes, strawberries I noted German scientist, knows, or, treated on the reverse side with MOYERNPIEN

into cash. I" SI and countless other fruits and! at least, In a recent newspaper article gram arable Something about '1 "
vegetables he he does. "
says two centa, -Ferguson Cross Sec
I a But there la' no doubt that many
After ;years: of study of dying tion..

What this old world needs, among other things, is a good are A recent going estimate hungry-of far the too Bradford many. !' people (Ed Note: what a way to GEORGE: CAN'T DO IT

spend lime) Professor I ILet's R
your, Bpare
dose of free trade County Red Cross said that approximately -
/Stern' has reached the conclusionthat
reject the philosophy of
800 families
----0-- -- -- need not fear death and
men and
I' ternalism in
half the number In the county, have pa-I
harder for than it will that the so-called "Grim fight"against back our own creative
Your dollar will work lots you now received aid through his organlza upon
lon,- the I it is nothing but a fairytale . Let's quit asking for this and
urlng past year.
if wait until prices soar
you These figures, however ;disconcerting for that from.., the government.Let's .

o do not mean that all of the Consciousness Is lost long before not look upon our 'national,

The VVauchula Advocate cannot imagine anybody as busyas families receiving aid are shiftless death actually cornea, the scientist State and local problems from a

Gandhi slapping at flies. and willing to sit back and let Un- asserts. If a man dies after a Jong "let George do it" standpoint. It

cle Ham feed and clothe them. I illness, his physical energy has all II" up to s.a. citizens' to secure -Fran rho Soa Fren, ,

o Many households consist of a wId- been exhausted !and he passes away and maintain the kind or govern-
There were 10,000 murders in the United States in 1932 owed mother and several small unknowingly, ment our collective Intelligence and \\ \TIIChKLAII ATE branches are not payin ..oaTup. ;; ;

industry that has shown no decline. children, others are headed by a It Is In very rare cases only, the abilities deserve.-C. G. Ferris, Ex Methuselah ate what he found on If changed condition lemon
-one a new business
disabled father who cannot work, professor found, that men fight ecutive Vice-President, Illinois his plate, policy in prove

o but by systematic planning and the with all that's left in them to remain Chamber of Commerce.TO And never, as people do now, Judgment. If ;you find it ucest,1rv

These days you never hear about a train wreck being propel roatlon of crops, many fathers conscious and defeat death Did he note the amount of the tt) hire or fire anybody g, ahead(

prevented by a woman waving/ her red petticoat.One who arc.now on the point of The reason for this Is, he explained, BE EDUCATEDJust : caloric count; don't You've have got to the wait authority You
starvation, could easily grow the body of the dying man is lie .ate because it was chow. until the wn t

o enough to stop the hungry cries of swamped with carbonic acid pol- what are\ the requirementsof Ha wasn't disturbed as at dinnerhe board meetin'; all we're iemamlin'

paragrapher-;* our dirigibles might be effectivein their children. We have had no suns developed by diseases. being well educated would be sat, Is that you keep your i r>"'urds IIIId

time of war I is they'd last until the war starts. pestilence to provide an excuse for During his last hours, man does difficult to aay. But William John Destroying a roast or a pie, If things they'd would work out ill right

'amine-we have had no drought, not, reflect over serious worldly Cooper, U, S. Commissioner of Education To think' it was lacking in lime just say: 'Hen bIg bowe're )

oWe unless it be a drought of industry. problems. The nearer death comes has attempted in a way to ,or In fat, checkin' out and w.. won't It lit

have a lot in common with J. P. Morgan. Neither of The newspaper asking the above the more apathetic he grows, until give those requirements. He says Or a couple of vitamins shy, hack this business for a couple and of vein, Tak

us paid any income tax during the past two years. question says that recently a 7amly he even forgets about his beloved that to. be well educated, every He cheerfully chewed every species know how. Tou run' it the bell
arrived in Wauchula and wentto ones. It is an exception rather high school graduate should be fa- of food.U.1troubled you n the boa
o now and you're <
: work to make something to eat than a rule that dying people remember miliar with: by worries or fears respon bio it,
The life of a paragrapher would be even more difficult They planted a garden and in 56 and confess their sins or Bible selections. Lest his health might be hurt by and up to remember you to get we're result 'ores

if it were not for the Legislature, Hitler and 3.2 beer days had seventeen varieties of crimes Homer selections from Illiad and some fancy dessert, your books when we gonm audit
vegetables growing. This was doneIn the Odyssey. And he lived over nine hundred get back Ic
0 Professor Stern bases his theory the meantime It might be
., \' spite of the fact that the familywas Dante, the Divine Comedy. years. a goa
.. partly on the stories of men who idea to make a regular .
Gainesville News that matter how report'luthe
The Evening says no not familiar with Florida agri- Milton Paradise Lost, and pos- Anonymous in Tallahassee
were given up as dead but later recovered stockholders to the
:. busy an ant may be it always finds time to go on picnics. cultural conditions. :Members. of to relate their experiences. sibly some-selections from Paradise Democrat. you are makln'. If some progrc of our
the household applied brains and Regained. i -
0 Professor Naunyu, famous physician be prepared to make a complete re-
work to the soil and the result was Shakespeare, two or three plays.
was suffering from a critical port when we ask for it "
The Inland Empire News says to consider the tea kettlealthough astonishing. Poe, some poems and some mys-
Inflammation of the lungs. AI an The largest and most successful!
\ it's up to its neck in hot water it continues to sing Another man, says the Advocate expert he knew that death would!, tery stories. )coo Later businesses in the world have been
bought 22 cents worth of Irish potato Kipling, some of his prose writIngs 1
come after he lost consciousness. operated on such a busts and I II
seed and planted them. He -
J There is a little town in Georgia that levies no taxes be- made six bushels of fine potatoes, Although convinced that every Tennypon, selections. lJ'bo< usually turns out that the manage
thing was over he did not feel any QlassifjBy J proves to be even a better nun
cause it doesn't need thenrf. It is appropriately named Blythe. enough to feed his* family for paIn. When he came to life again, Mark, Twain, two or three :vol _t than they thought he was, or

p ; months to come. he said he wished his real death umes. RUSSELL KAY course It's a tougW spot for th
There are families In Erad- Some anthology of modern Amer-
many Secretary, Florida
would not be more difficult. press AIIOCUIIM manager, but it brings out the besthat's
I" Governor Sholtz and the sales tax will be ex- ford County who are getting all ican literature. "*-
The world-famous philosopher in him, and usually pays big
ample of an irresistible force meeting an immovable object. their fresh vegetables from gardens It appears as though that Is a
Wilhelm Wundt of Leipzig, is We may have too much government dividends In the end.
but until each farm has its somewhat limited list, for it is confined .
o known to have had a similar expe- iu l business, like some folks .
garden plot there will not be solely to literature. We fear
I rience. After a serious hemorrhage claim. I don't know about that.. I
: No doubt lots of debutants who presented at court in Legislative
-: are I enough. Many who have the valuable -I doctora him Wundt that not many high school graduates. But 1 no know we could stand fora Procedlngt
gave up.
.. England, are presented at court in the United States-for gift of foresight, are canning was perfectly calm. He recovered ,.Could qualify, under the Cooper whole. helluva lot more..businessin
the surplus for future but until rule, as well
", speeding I However, and declared later that government.Here (Continued from Page I U
r each family has its pantry one had "heter 'talk of the "calf- Banner. we are with a gigantic cor- and today was expected (n the
o shelves piled high, there is room .
ness of death" than of "death poration, employing thousands of Senate for consideration there TV
;, Fashion note describes an outfit as a "catchy suit"Might for Improvement. 'BEST AND WORST millions of ,
struggle," people, and handling vote in the House was. 60 te 21.
be 'good hint for ladies who are trying to hook True, money crops have been disappointing dollars in when The
a young operating an age \\ bill( carired a separate seal
A Professor I
youthful patient These
in the trying days are bringingout
\ past ,
years fast that of salaried
conditions -
and fees
husband. change so anything for officials of!
: a Stern haw "die and who also recovered
but the most important thing these the very worst in some and I
can happen In 24 hours, and each county. Legislators estimated
told him he felt death approach the: best in others. Before,
oi days Is for a man to provide his very
have director's meeting that it
wo only a called for an of
married wife and with three meala and was apathetic and calm. they: are finished we are going to I.
horseback the family
i A North Carolina couple got on once every two years. from* one-third to one-halt reduotlon
All around toe death bed, the pro- hope that there will be a happy )I'
a day and this be done diligently
can by
wanted to used to taking the They set up a budget, make appropriations in maximum compensalien al,
other probably get 'I;
I : clay. They turning the fertile soil of essor and the boy's parents had balance struck and all this \unhap-
and lay down an InflexIble lowed county officers
the Impression that he fought and pines; misunderstanding, greed,
bumps early. this section and using a proportionate business policy and then I For some counties the pat sralt
amount of brains and suffered desperately. The bdy told shiftlessness and Ingratitude willjewiped
0 turn the mess over to the business was left unchanged. FIIJ> then
brawn. them, however that he noticed his out and a new people will
is the ? manager and expect the poor guy (there were decided reductions In
The General Federation of Women's Clubs urging mother weeping bitterly but was emerge who will know the value
-0-- to make a profit and pay a lot of some instances ilarle
return of old fasihoned home life Better trade the radio for NO I"X.'EA.As entirely unimpressed by her sor of Christian brotherliness tfhd the dividends with both hands. tied be- were provided. In others thi pra
rows. of human, kindness.I .
11 a pump organ. was to be expected, these unusual meaning hind his back and his feet in fet ent fee system of compensation
---0STItANOEIt -- think our main trouble all
times have brought forth waa retained.
0 around is the fact that we all ters.Then
ome startling suggestions as to when the business goes to .-- -
Columbia University is:: going to add cow-milking to its remedies for various situations: financial xWe offer"the following little Item' more or less bitten with that bugof hell, the stockholders get up on Green MentionedFor

curri9ulum. They'd first better teach those city residents economical, and political, for your convenience, just in case self pity which has a tendencyto their ear and rave and tear theirhair
I happened to overlook it in the get all we can for nothing. .
Not the least amazing was the. you howlin' for a new managerand Goverr.orshif!
what a cow looks like. Highlands News recent argument I dailies. It will renew your faithIn The human race Is still on Its new board of directors. They

o hat the old saying that truth is way down the great human highway -
"all elective offices should beheld don't realize that It's the systemand
; As a means of advertising a Washington State PQlitician for four years, like the Gover- stranger thnn fiction: of life, but the contestantsfor not- the 'personnel that's all' (Continued from Page )

or's.. and under no circumstances QUINCY Mass.-The business the crown are just beginningto haywire.So > nects the name of Speaker I Toma-
had his stamped on 12,000 eggs. For his sake hope find that the who wins
,0 name 'te his one suc- sells with the 1930 Hli
o-clect the Incumbent after the man who lost pocket no matter how hard the oM campaign
;, that none of them were bad. ,four years." notebook on a Wollaston cess at the end Is the one who board worked or how conscientious position in state politics i 8 much

o The editor of the News has had ,streetcar may have same by stops most often to encourage a the manager was, they,all get the butter than it has ever been and

kind his faith in officeholders shaken coming forward and IdettfyInff fellow comrade or Hit a cup of cold well-known sack and a rousing the strong friendships he nut made

King Henry probably thought he ,was setting some new by-the findings of auditors In It.To water to one whose strength Is raspberry and we've got another In the past few sessions together

:" : of record with his six wives, but Ire would be put to shame ha tax collector's office In Bartow. facilitate its return, Wil- nearly spent, realizing that.all that "new deal." 4 with his personality am ability

by some present day Romeos which findings, says the News "go liam B. Vaughan, the finder dead hands can hold are the thingshe The "new" board comes tome would make him a formf;nDle cun
I' not
has and
to prove that no one person should made public the following ex- given away grasped tln' all full of pep ready to set tender.

j 0 mid the same office HO long that cerpts from the book: during his Journey through life.- the world on fire. They're gonna President Futch Is ,'-: mentioned

Parents no longer frighten their children with "old he gets to the place where he cannot April Advertisement for, The Optimist. A I clean house and no foolin'. They 801 a possible candidate

Bloody-bones." The modern mother now says, "Be a good tell where the tax payers stenographer $ 50. MUST MAINTAIN 9 CREDIT begin to look around to try ana James White-hurst. Brooksvilk
: \ money stops and his begins." However April 5 Violets for new ste- find out what's the master with attorney; Carey D. Landis alternry -
girl or King Kong will get you. It seems to us that the findIngs nographer .83.: No American is more aware than the business. One guy goes downIn general; Harry H. Wellsfor
President Roosevelt of the need for
v +- 0---- '*- In the tax collector's case April Week's salary for the basement and counts,the mer chairman of the road depart

The world does progress. Northern arid Southern Bap- prove simply that there ',.e dishonest stenographer, 15.00. ligations maintaining squarely credit by and meeting honestly.ob- soap and if he finds couple of ment; Fred Cone, Lake City

men in public offices just as April 11-'Roses for stenographer bars missln' there's hell to pay. banker and fprmer senator; Nathan
in general handshaking to' symbolizethe Many of his utterances since his
tists this joined a there are dishonest menln the grocery 3.00; Another guy gets out his arith- Mayo commissioner of Agriculture '

bridging of the slavery split of 1845. business or (n any other walk '. April 13: -Coat for wife,. 350. Inauguration prove that. In his Inaugural metic and figures that if we'd get ; and Lex Green congress
address he aasid
: 0 'f life. ,April 19---Lunch with ste- : the janitor a bigger mop he could man are sometimes referred to In
"In the field of world I
If there Is dishonesty In public, I nographer, 10.00. policy cover twice as much floor space political discussions.about the ta
i : This week's business tip: a commercial frog farm is'10 be I would dedicate this nation to the
loftlce. and certainly there is, how I April 25: Stenographer'ssalary with half the effort. So a new distant campaign.
', started near Bartow-an weal location for some enterprising more would there De If each 2500: .- policy of the good neighbor who rule Is passed controllln' the soap .

man to erect a wart removing plant. newly elected man began his term : April 25--Theatre and sup- respects himself and because he problem and we get a bill for the DUNCAN TO GET IGKEEWilliam
young does BO:respects the rights of oth '
with the knowledge that he was to I per with stvnogr.! 10.00. Duncan of Starke wUI
o---- serve four years after which time' April 26---Fur coat for the ers. The neighbor who respects hisobll&atlons. mop.And of course all these important receive his Bachelor of Selena

, ':. An Englishman recently, fired five bullets into a neigh- he would be responsible to no for wife, 333: .00. respects the sanctity of economy measures take a lot degree in'Journalism at the cor*

'1. \, bor's violen because its music annoyed him. Wonder what his record in office. He would feel April Advertisement for his neighbors.agreements" In and with a worldof of time. The directors came to mencement exercises to be held 011

no responsibility to the public for new stenographer) .50. meetin' with their minds made up the campus of the University cI
he would do if he lived next door to a cornet? he would never again have to askIt We have a hunch that that Is one A few days' later he touched on to get to the bottom of things. Florida In Gainesville, Monday,

to elect him the ofhis notebook that Is to remain credit once more when he said: not make Bra*
o on strength going They're gonna the same June 5. Mr. Duncan will be

"Jury Convicts Oregon Editor" says headline, and con- public service and his keeping lost. "Small languished wonder for tha1'confidence It thrives pas mistake the old board made BO be- ''ford County's sole r,.pre faIth. -p-- ; tX only on fore they decide on anything they in the graduating class of 490 stu
tinues, "Former Millionaire Clings to Self-Defense Plea. Is We do honesty, on honor, on the sacred to do
not think that the single (> on'E ;E got a lot of arguin and dents.

I'. /it possible,that they're still talking about the same fellow? four year term Is a solution to our A certain beach In New Englandhas ness tection of obligation, on faithful pro- frettin', .

political problems. Rather, on unselfish performance. I The the fiVat thing know it'a \TINfl
0 we envisage been advertising extensively In Without them It cannot live." you SAW MILL QPER.
a long line of political vultures the I time for adjournment and nobody's The & Carrot
national magazines. The add firm of Keene
# The dread of old age would be banished for many if the I And again last week he said: done *
eagerly awaiting their "time"t anything about the overdraftat tnllH
f' all have photographs of a man and I who have operated saw
Legislature passes the bill providing small pensions for per- an office. woman idling beside the wild citizen the welfare of every Ameri- the bank or the mprtgage on Metros 'and Hawthorne recenuj

sons who become.70 years of age and have no visible means -0- waves, which ia, aa it ahouild be. can of the depends credit of upon their maintenance the buildln. And the fact that began cutting timber on lands 1 lit-

MCIOt'S CIRCLE The only notable feature Is that In ment. govern- I there's a pay-roll to.meet on Satur longing to' I.. .Powell and J,
of support. It seems as if we were rapidly the sprightlier,magazines the mans f President Roosevelt, knows- the day night just seemed to have Penny This mill la located ibout

o I getting right back where we started dressed for swimming simply in 'I value of slipped everybody's mind. mile this side of KlngslcT LW

Another bill that looks rather ludicrous compared with i from. Our forefathers fought a pair of trunks, while in the se- public credit a good reputation reputation of' The I So they find themselves up Approximately thirty mei ha"

i'' the I the Revolution to free us from burdensome date Atlantic Monthly he Is wear- any nation against the problem of either con- been employed to cut timl: sad
Borne of the momentous problems facing Legislature was state, county or city must be tinuin' the
i I taxes and to establish Ing a more conservative suit with or goln' on home work in the plant
t the one introduced this week to prohibit the wearing of i democracy. Today the taxes are shirt and, everything. Evidently I kept sound the if Its residents are to with the Job half done But continuity -
I enjoy privilege of
"trunks" or rolled bathing suits. till with us and our elected officeholders the New England beach wouldn't private the meetin' calls for a lot I-KUIS TO APOPKVQ.

' I are clamoring for dictatorial offend Atlantic readers for the 'that credit.Experience has proved more dough and means they'll haveto Kirk Lewis, who has been employed
l, 0 : powers. However we'd rather world. public credit and private assess the stockholders again, linotype operator lot
The Arcadia Arcadian asks how we'd like to be walking you wouldn't repeat any of this to credit go hand In hand- When a and that's not so hot The stock'The Telegraph during the peat wr

the woods and meet with a panther standing up aree community repudiates Its just obligations holders are all fed on & for APPU[
1, through up our forefathers might upset the So there folks. But now private creditors chal- up !Isesa- eral years, left Monday v

lit a tall man looking hungrily at us. It wouldn't be so-bad, old boys. that we've told you It's so easy to lenge the integrity of citizens who now meats in and anything ain't but Interested dividends.right where he will join the owned force :7 *,

after the practice we've had staring the wolf in the face t pass away, don't go trying It just permit their government to dodge Maybe f Orange County Chief stir
: they'd put a little wa
The liver la more C. Robinson. Mr. Lewis
one of the most Im- for the fun of It. After all, the I Its dfebts.-Advertisement in Lees- confidence in D'
go long. portant organs of the body. .... professor could be wrong. ,burg Commercial. I the manager and quit ceeded on The Telegraph by
''worry In' about all the little details, fayette Wllliama of Opp, Al-


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