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: June 2, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01082
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[ann Prices Boy Scout Troop "Deserted Thursday Village"Afternoon EMERGENCY MORTGAGE ACT Rains

Op By Jumps Leaves 0 n Hike; shop Starke Thursday merchants-afternoon closed up IS OF GREAT Relief


Reports Say, Field Day Planned golf headed courses for lakes with fishing beaches tackle and, TO ALL FARMERS IN To

bathing suits and golf clubs, re Dry Crops
sit .\nimni.. Iad Way In Trek Publlo Invited to See Sulmmfng Practically every business -
| To KeRaln Higher Levels Meet; Medals Will Be house In the city agreed to shut President of The Federal Land Dank of ..
Wool Klsejj Awarded Its doors except filling stations On Saturday Anil
that must stay open to furnish Carolina Makes Statement About Recent \ 1'ut New Life

dispatches from Washlng- A happy group of boys will start gas to those who close. For Aid of Growers In Corn
D, C. this week say that farm out on a ten days' adventure Sat These enjoyable half holidayswill i, -
Ls are going up in the fastest urday morning when the local continue until the first -- I rains last Saturday ..nt
L elute the spring after the Scouts leave at 9 o'clock for the week before school begins in the Frank H. Daniel, president of chase stock In an I j of this weeK
J,rid War's end. Cascade Plunge on Kingsley Lake, fall. the Federal Land Bank of Columbia $5 for each $100 loaned. 'I .. to Bradford County
v steady climb has been under where they will encamp. A prep- made the following statement "During the next two i I the hot, dry weather of
1 tnre April 15, and up to Mon- aratory group of eight boys and recently regarding the new Emer- Federal Land Banksihave I few weeks. The coming
,, the bureau of agricultural the scoutmaster left Friday morn- Road ThirteenIs gency Farm Mortgage Act: to issue their | was cause for rejoicing.
,nomics reported It still under Ing for the site to make ready for "The Emergency Farm Mortgage term bonds In an of the county and wan
y. The last upswing to corn- the main body of Scouts to follow. Act of 1933 which recently exceeding $ perhaps the beginning
re was In April 1919 after the The camp will be known as passed Congress and was approvedby bonds may bear an season. Various truck t
,eminent relaxed wartime mill- : Camp Weeks In honor of the late Federalized the President May 12th, Is of not to exceed% and materially benefltted
regulations. Col. W. T. Weeks. great importance not only to the Is to be guaranteed by corn, which has been
jading the way in the trek to- The red letter day during the en- -- borrowers from the Federal Land States. To make these by the near-drought, has
rd levels of prosperous 'days campment will be Thursday June Stretch From Baldwin to Callahan '. Bank of Columbia, which operatesIn still more attractive life.
ie been the farmer's faithful 8; when a field day, open to all, Will Probably Be Paved the states of ,North Carolina, made them eligible as Wednesday after
,ft animals, horses and mules. will be held, followed in the eve- Soon South Carolina, Georgia and Florida 15-day loans from the that showers were again
"in April 15 to mid-May, the ning by a large campfire, music, l but to the thousands of other serve Banks to for this Immediate
reau said, the average farm minstrel, and a marshmallow toast. Road 13 has been made a Fed- farmers who are now, In debt. To This gives them a It In hoped that within a
t for horses went from $67 to The field day program Is free, but eral highway, according to a state the Federal Land Bank borrowersit ability and liquidity. days all sections at J
,whUe mules mounted from $73 those wishing to stay for the minstrel ment by Senator J. B. Stewart of means that for a period of five may be sold to the will have received suf d
$77, will be charged fifteen cents. i Tallahassee in the Nassau County yearn beginning July llth, the Interest to secure funds to loan or to Insure saving/
A'ool, however, scored the sharprise A picnic supper will be served at 7 Leader of last week. This means rate on their long-term, be exchanged with plant beds and to pro
of any commodity, increas- o'clock to spectators for fifteen that there Is no longer any doubt amortized, first mortgage loans companies and Individuals supply of runners.
7 73 per cent from April 15's av- cents. about the paving of the. missing I from the Federal Land Bank will hold duly recorded first this week reported a few
ige farm price of 10.1 cents and Beginning at 2:30: Thursday aft- links of this important highway be reduced to 4V4 %. The rate of I gages. Also, after a I tern being shipped.
/ to 17.7 cents a month later. ernoon, a series of swimming contests between Baldwin to Callahan to Interest paid by the borrowers year they may be sold I has been able to be
3n Slay! 15 as well as on April 15 will be featured. The first' connect with the pavement from from 5 to 6%, the average being : outstanding Issues of in earnest It Is be
prices for consumption goods event Is open to all boys living, in Yulee to Fernandina, and the work Stir %. This means an" average reduction -' Bank bonds provided the shipments from this
re equal to the pre-war level of Bradford County, under eighteen will be done by the Federal government of one per cent a year In I such new bonds are not be unusually light this
191914. years of age. Another contest instead of the State. I the rate of Interest which the bor- make hew loans. of dry weather and
arm prices, despite the increase, starting at 3:30: o'clock Is open to According to the Fernandina rowers will have to pay this bank "The mortgages held planted. Reduced
itlll below pre-war level. all Bradford girls under eighteen. newspaper, Senator Stewart has during that period. To the bor- loan companies and however, will give) y y
using 100 to represent pre-war Gold, silver, and bronz medalsto been working steadily on this proj- rowers from the twelve Federal which may be accepted In Incentive to Increase)
ccs, the May 15 ndex figuresthe be awarded the winners In these ect since he has been In Tallahassee Land Banks, totaling; nearly 400- for bonds must have been posnlble.
same group of commodities events have been donated by the and three weeks ago had a confer 000, It will mean a saving of Interest ence prior to the
s 62, a gain of 9 points since Following business houses: Tip Top ence with the State Road Depart. of approximately $11,000,000 Act. The amount of the
irll 15, and a gain of 12 points Grocery Stump's store, Stern- ment after which the department annually or a total of $55,000,000in I exchanged must not : Blames
ce March 15.o berg's, Rachels, Bradford County began making efforts to get the the next five years. Individual case the unpaid
return farm prices to a levelere Telegraph, and H. C. Wall. road on the Federal program.C. "Fully as Important as the reduction of the mortgage on
they will bear the same rela- On the two Sundays spent In B. Treadway, chairman of the in the rate of Interest to purchase or exchange
nshlp to prices of goods purued camp all boys will be brought State Road Department, recently old borrowers Is the announcementthat the appraised value of For Delay, /:;
by farmers as the two bore' Starke for church services In a bus notified Senator Stewart that the under the new Act the Federal mortgaged and 20% of
etch other before the war, la the provided by A. J. Griff, superintendent task had been accomplished and Land Bank will be able to make of the permanent Insured >
al of the new farm act.Hie i of public instruction. that paving would likely begin on loans, through national farm loan ments thereon .:::;: Not Being Able \ '
bureau attributed the new I Tents have been furnished the the stretch between Yulee and Cal associations, during the next two smaller. The mortgaged Automobile \?
Ice rise to three factor: troop by the National Guard head- lahan within the next few months. I years, at a rate not to exceed be appraised In the : Tug ', '
tloi of Inflation; AntiCI-1 quarters at St. Augustine. A good 4V4 %. This low rate of Interest as farms upon which '
brisk business revival, and poor cook has been engaged and well- MANY ARE REGISTERED will continue until July, 1938, and made bY the Federal radio
IN Is 1 ahtonewr******* through- national farm "report" to
,''spects for some crops due to prepared menus of nourishing food FISHING CONTESTThe considerably I of Florida
d weather condition, particularlywinter will be served to the boys. Is considerably lower than that ciations. After the Dave Sunday eve
SholU said
wheat, corn and some Mall for any of the campers can following men have regis which prevails throughout this dia< farmer's mortgage will .' lature had been charac
I tins be left at the Starke Bakery and tered in the fishing contest being trict. By reducing the rate chargedby 1 by the Federal Land 4)E., "the hardest
will be delivered the following sponsored by the Bradford County the Federal Land Banks it Is I will be entitled to repay for at least a working; /
morning. Hardware Company: Ira W An- anticipated, Indeed expcted, that long series of years. genera" I
that Is
true. The
hapman Tells -- dreu, Clarence Andreu, Harold R. rate charges by many other mort- "Holders of first the
belief that
Green Thanks Friends Lawrence, C. R. Lawrence, Gratton gage holders will be reduced as this district wishing to measures still .. as
Cooper, John Inman P. F. Balsden, these banks, since their organization exchanges should apply to llbee t.J. ;; .
For Their Confidence In 1917 have established a eral Land Hank of during/
Causes of Crime Floyd Green, W. B. Mundy, Jr., H. five days of the ..a.
C. Wall, Carl Johns, Howard De- minimum rate In the farm mortgage receipt of proper the "ground-work"
Congressman R. A. Green, when Vaughn, F B. Clark, Broward field, other Institutions and gether with customary so thoroughly laid for
notified by The Telegraph of the Strickland, G. B. Newsom, Frow Individuals following closely be- fees, the bank will give
i"k( of Hume Life Blamed By mention of his name in connectionwith Strickland, J. R. Wainwright, H. E. I hind. lion to the applications meeting and
SiiK| >rlntendent For Many candidacy for the governor- Fortner, Walter McDonnell, Jr., "The Emergency Farm MortgageAct change and, unions it
E\ll ship of Florida In 1936, replied Barney McRae, T. H. Hubbell O. L. also provides that borrowers advisable to do so, It will Sholtz blamed special
from Washington, D. C., that he Harrison A. J. Wilkerson, Merrill from Federal Land Banks whose property appraised In !, chiefly sales tax
Lack of home life, drinking andk I had no statement to make other I McMillan and R. H. Barbour. loans are In good standing will be manner and will ([ ) for Impeding progress
of anchorage head the list of than being "most grateful for the required make payments on the maximum amount of "It Is well known
"urea of crime, L. F. Chapman, confidence and esteem which my NEW TOURIST HUME principal of their loans during the will be willing to'give for people have been con-
''Pertntendent of the State Prison friends have In the past mani- The Starke Tourist Home, corner same five-year period. Loans gages. In trying to block
arm, told members of the Jack- fested" and hoping that "my services Walnut and Madison Streets, which are not made through na "On all loans acquired leglxlatlon, In order o
+Wlle Rotary Club recently. may always warrant their support owned by Col. D. E. Knight, has tional farm loan associations but Land Banks, either as possible a con
Mr. Chapman declared that and good will." been, for the past two months, undergoing directly by the bank will bear one- change for bonds or by paralysis, to the
''we causes by no means applied extensive repairs. Car half of one per cent higher rate the borrower will pay the sales tan might be ,
, every case at Raiford, but, bee penters, plasterers, and painters of Interest until such time as a new rate of Interest and will a last resort" the Gov ,>;
4 In reviewing the cases of in- 250 Poppies Sold have been busy modernizing and association Is formed in the bor privilege of paying only lie reiterated his In- )
a at the State Institutionuldbe it redecorating the entire building.The rower's community when the rates for the five-year period. veto any sales tax bill ,
, : tension.
seen that in the majority work Is now nearing comple- charged will be the same as on "Farmers also, of
Instances somewhere in the life Here tion and will answer a long-felt loans through associations at that take the Initiative In an to the sales tax lobby
the prisoner he has not had the SaturdayLegion need In this city. time.I All borrowers have to pur (Continued on Page ) told his radio audience t "
'per training at home has ad- group of city and

',Ma ken loose himself from to his drink anchors., or has, I Auxiliary Nets tl8.23- ;; refunding,* In bill oppoeltlon; x :x who tn ,

There Is an Intimate connection MiM Holllngaworth Vine of the taxpayers,
lween home life and crime, the I First Prize I Legislative! Proceedings ] to prevent any
*>n farm superintendent stated. of their political pow-

* Chapman explained that as Scarlet poppies made their appearance ... passage of the debt
the drinking on the streets of Starke which was approved
cause he was not I and brldg'e district bonds. At the Motor Vehicle
-aklng from a moral last Saturday and a day of remem- now awaits
t from the point of crime.viewpoint brance for our soldier dead was observed House Bill No. 30, commonly ent there are approximately $pres-I vote of 86 to 6 and f..
r, he Llq- called the "Kanner Bill," becamea 000,000 worth of tbeie'bonds the Senate. the
in the reorganizing
declared, has to do by sale of U>e flowers public k
' more state while the annual tax Whether Senate
a the Increased business section Ct town by three law when Governor) Sholtz signed gasoline was mentioned as "a l
ford than population girls under the supervision of Mrs. the measure last Friday. revenue handled by the state board In the 27 amendments ahead for Florida
, any single item ex- The bill, one of the most widely for the various counties totals be- proposed by the House Is ." Thin bill would ti
.J"ck of home life. estl- ., A. SauL give
, that if there He Two hundred and fifty poppIes discussed during the legislative tween $ ,"OOOOO and 8000000. of legislative conjecture. over the dlsponl-
, i'In Florida the cost were no were sold during the day for a to- session, will permit the tate an agreement I la reached contributions to the
of handling Board of Administration the AMEND REFUNDING BILL the two houses
ne After the upon during and Insure
would be tal of $18.23. deducting payment
Human driftwood reduced 80 per cent. cost, which goes to the disabled request of county commissioners, Passage of Senate Bill 175, the week of the cession the to the teachers. The i
her:' said Mr. gathers "In to- ex-service men who made the flow-I to go into the market and use the Governor's refunding bill which tomobile owned in Florida ) peate ride, the vast bulk Chapman. ers, the remainder of $13.98 went three cent gasoline tax revenue, caused such a furore In the Senate ceive no relief from high appropriation ot:
e from anchors into the coffers of the Legion Aux- now being used by the various last week, was the House feature tag prices. $5,000,000 because the
has and drifted ant work. counties for retirement of matured Tuesday, but, as the salient eventof One of the major House. afford a
reached Raiford iliary for use in local welfare larger
after he said. bond debts at par, to purchase such the consideration a referendum meats would raise the rates ,
!In his :Miss Elizabeth Hollingsworthwon
T said there address Mr. Chap- first prize of $1 for selling the road and bridge bonds outright at clause was tacked onto the measure vate automobile licenses his disappointment ffj t,
0 inmates at were now about most poppies; second prize, sev- the lowest market price, thus can to provide that only those taxIng $10, $15 and $20 basis to provide $5 and "
m. In the theState Prison enty-five cents, went to Mary Lu- celling a portion of the debts at a units voting to do so would the $3: $10 and $15 rate tags at this time.
entire prison system, material saving to the several come under the lupervUMm of the Senate recommended
his for
Jdlng road cile Torode; and third prize, fifty request ex
1C camps, there are counties.An State government in taking care of debate. e' I
executive to '
3300. an cents, was won by Martile Heming- powers re
Increase of 3000 In I
pest amendment to the originalbill the bond troubles. Another principal governmental de. I it
** The fourteen years, he de- way. was approved, providing that The bill now returns to the Sen Rlon during the con : Governor said he had
vest cost superintendent of showed ROBERT D. WELLS county road and bridge districts In ate for that body's, considerationof bill centered on an i to take this responsi ; e
w to the handling crime and Robert D. Wells of Jacksonville, I default prior to March 1, 1933, and a group of House amendments, tempt to raise the leave the matter e
evils that would after that date Including the referendum proposal, limit for trucks and bu
s 'If the I who spent some Ume in Starke and defaulting I ,," his request.
'n the same Increase were Lawtey during the strawberry season 'may take advantage of the act's ,but It goes back with the announcement 18,000 pounds, as set up ] .
Jn next. fourteen years. In connection with the Railway irovfoions upon request of the aa made on the floor I Senate, to 20,000 pounds. Seining
I SEW HOMES Express agency, died this week in a county commissioners to the state of the House by a number of eats of this amendment
COMPLETION Jacksonville hospital after a brief board The act would not be man- speakers, that the Governor had : that increased weight By Butler
illness. datory on such taxing units. approved the actions of the House age the state highway
v modern bungalows being The amendment also provides Judiciary A Committee in offering ponent of this amendment C. C. Butler of 7
'e 0 for 1li a Addle Baladen and MARRIAGE LICENSES' that after such units have refunded the amendments. ponents claimed the ] this week Intro-
and Mrs. R. c. Buford In the The following marriage licenses their bonds they will retain their limit would handicap the I] Into the Legislature i
era Part of town on Road 28 were Issued this week by County original set-up and have their gasoline TAOS STILL HIGH bus Interest to sein for f.'ah: at a
nearing completion and It Is Judge E. K. Perryman: tax revenue applied by the After a controversial battle lastIng day same are held
eted they will be ready for oc- Howard Mott and Jeanette Kelly.J. state board to- meet principal and ; several days during which time APPROPRIATION picnics are sponsored
ncy within the next few day. W. Barber and Eloise WhitnSv. interest on bonds as they fall due. more than fifty amendments and The bill to appropriate n e wall, local contractor, has the The act applies only to purchaseof : amendments to amendments were for the common schools, County. The bill
* m charge. Ansel W."Hall and Geneva Lee. county road bonds and to road fc-jght over step by step, the House (Continued on Page ( to the local calendar.* a aq


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Winning Club Boy Floridian AwardedWelfare ) DINNERSUGGESTIONS 700 Boys And Girls lawn The chinch bug on zi "'UiUili
SUNDAY grass la best ,
Has Fine RecordOn Medal For l N To Attend 4-H Short dusting with finely K, .nt.std tied tub:

? Courses Next Week which contains ab, ,I' .
Many Projects Plant Introductions ;} .
nicotine <
FARMERS SECTION says J. R wf,07 lot
By ANN PAGEtj1EMORIAL : Florida Experiment
GAINESVILLE Fla.-About 700 ulUoa
MONTICELLO. Fla.--Wilmer W. Decoration should be applied ,
Recognizing his accomplishments or Day as or a try
It 1 Conducted by Demonstration! Agents Bassett Jr., one of the two boys in the deveIopment'and promotion ,V1 many of ua still call It, begins from winning 30 4-H Florida Club counties boys and are girls to the lawn should no- ')0 sprlnkl lay
from Florida who will attend the of agricultural exploration be out-'toor Mason. Fre.b air en- for several days
I next week here and In Tallahassee
to raid the spend
JitA rouraxea an appetite picnic
National 4-H Club Camp In Washington and the Introduction of new and .
for their annual short ---
_.._.... June 15-21: has an outstanding valuable plants Into the United Picnic meals need not be sandwich Mushrooms should ,-
LX'a ... """"" ---- .I courses. The girls, about 450 n.' be
record in 4-H Club work. States, the Committee on the Mar cede when the markets offer all sorts ered by persons who ga
will at the Florida
He enrolled In this work under the cellus Hartley Fund of the National /f Interesting fresh and prepared strong, gather the a not j-
direction of County Agent K. H. Academy of Sciences has wardedIts roods at prices to suit even lean pock- State College for Women, Friday, poisonous from th oon-p
RURAL COMMON SENSE WIIUF FARM PROGRAM Finlayson In 1328, raising a bull Public Welfare Medal to Dr. ttbooke. June 2, and about 250 boys are ex- ous ones.
r I calf. In 1929 ho raised two heifer Potato salad and deviled eggs or pected at the University. of Florida
By Spuds Johnson Tho Yoke cf Florid David Fairchild of division -of foreign cheese offer good cold fare, while
calves and 21 .chickens. In 1930 he here Monday, June 5. v
plant Introduction Bureau of) frankfurters or bacon and spaghetti '
still further expanded his activities Plant Industry of the U. S. Depart- n tomato sauce cooked over an open These boys ana gins nave been .ERVE' OA

TilE AGRICULTURAL ACT GAINESVILLE, lMa.--Farm Radio raising two heifers and one ment of Agriculture. The medal is Ire are warming; Peanut butter and given free trips to the short courses

SHOULD AID PRODUCERSOF talks by College of Agriculture bull calf, 40 chickens: and one pig. given for "eminence in the applica- he a box youngatera.: of cracker will help to fit up by local business concerns for winning

ALL FARM PRODUCTS workers will be given aver WRUFat In 1931 he belonged to the same tion of science to the public wel- Among particularly good buys for in their counties. They will

noon) on the Florida Farm Hour clubs, expanding a little In each fare." Dr. Fairchild Is widely this week-end. marketing are new stay In the college dormitories and

Advantages of the Agricultural from 12 to 12:45: : EST, according to known in Florida, and haa his homein potatoes, spinach, and oranges. take meals] at the college dining
Adjustment Act recently passed by the following schedule: the state pig club shows he MfoyM. The three Quaker interesting Maid Kitchen; menus bas which planned halls. Much of the time will be devoted 1J

Congress are not limited to the Saturday, June 3-Florida Farm showed grand champion breedingpig Initiating the systematic and make use of foods which are plentiful to studying better farmingand

farmers who produce the seven News and Hints. Editorial Snap- In 1930 and grand champion sustained foreign agricultural exploration and in ....on. home-making, but no little

basic agricultural commodities list. shots barrow In 1931. In 1932 he took and plant Introductionwork Low Cost Dinner time will be given over to recreational -

ed in the Act-wheat, cotton field first prize on his Junior calf at the of the department In 1897 games and other entertain
Place of
Monday, June 0-The> Pork or Veal Chops with Gravy
corn hogs, rice, tobacco and milk Cover In Economical Citrus South Florida Fair. He has been Dr. Falrchlld: for several years devoted Boiled R1eelIaute.d ing features.
and its products. Orchardists, Production-H.Crops G. Clayton. Results president of the 4-H Club in Mon- the greater part of his time Banana.; The girls' short course will be in

11 poultry farmers, vegetable growers of Citrus Fertilization Llcello and has helped the county and attention to the exploration Sliced Cucumber charge of Miss Flavia Gleason,

of and others may also profit, directly In Improved Lake County-Clifford agent in organizing and conductingother phases of that work until 1906, Snow Pudding Bread and Custard Butter Saucerea state home demonstration agent.
i or indirectly, through the operation clubs in the county. when he was designated "In chargeof or Coffee J""i She has planned a program which
v i r of the Act. Hiatt. Wllmer'a club projects have been the office of foreign Heed and calls for regular courses In home

1 Changes In the prices of the Tuesday, June 6.-Poultry Market- profitable to him. His records show plant Introduction In the Bureauof Medium Cost Dinner Improvement food conservation,

basic commodities tend to Influence Ing Developments in Okaloosa) that: during 1932 be made $147.33 Plant Industry." This work he Baked Half Ham sewing, gardening, poultry raising,
Hence County- J. W. Malone. How on his poultry, $2660 on his pig administered until 1928. Since 1928 Baked Mew Potatoes nutrition and health, and leader
of other farm products. ,
.x any Increase in the prices of basic Chickenpox Is Controlled In Wal- club work, and $20.30 in the calf he has been pursuing special stu- Prepared Buttered Mustard String Dill Beans Pickles ship. Every girl will receive some IIP TO your ears fa

cemmodltlea brought about by the ton County-Mitchell Wilkins. I club. He ranked first In the county dies In the same field. Bread and Butter general training in all these sub No wonder nery nerve a* Mga 1
Adjustment Wednesday( June 7-Palms and in each of these activities.His Fresh Pineapple Cookies jects and special instruction in several and you ana attbl
operation of Agricultural- The organization has gained bark at the children.
+ Act will redound also to Cycads for the Florida Landscape I trip to Washington Is being recognition as the world's leading Tea or Coffee UllkVery she selects Miss Gleason will W a h b otrtlnervea I Ovmrorw

j''6 the beenflt of producers of other -Harold Mowry. Developing Farm ,given through the courtesy of the official agency for the Introductionof Special Dinner be assisted by other workers of the may lead to Sleep_

,' farm commodities. Leadership from 4-H and Older Atlantic Coast Line Railway Com- new and valuable crops. Its plan Cantaloupe State> Home Demonstraion Department ..-'. Nervous IIeadaeh NQU
Boys-E. P. Scott. pany. While at the National Camp Rout Leg of Lamb county home demonstration Indigestion andunpleasant a bO
The so-called inflation In of organization, methods and results I'
x r powers Thursday June 8-Talks by out which I is under the supervision of New Parsley Potatoes agents, and workers at the Florida dUt
: y the bill administered by the Presi- 4-H Club the U. S. Department of Agriculture have been made the objects Mint Jelly Buttered Lima Bean State College for Women. don't: Tau try Dr.
dent and his aides and standing :of special study by foreign
treasury he will take trainingIn govern- Boll and Butter The t Tsbl.tatt
special boys will be In charge of R.
i not by the Department of Agriculture Friday, June 9-Talks by out He will ments. Foreign plant Introduction Let:;ac. and Cucumber Salad W. Blacklock o ba a half rim .f
community state club
S1 are designed to raise the general standing 4-H Club boys. activities during the past 30 years French DressingPineapple a pleasant, iptrt-i
4 be> accompanied to Washington by ShortcakeTea agent, and he will be assisted by Hng drink delightfully
.+ price level of all commodities contribute annually many millions goothlsj|
S j Arthur McNeely, Marlon County: Involve or Coffee MlHt other workers of the Florida Agricultural .0 ......ux.d
agricultural and Industrial. Such of dollars In values and extensive ?Srvlne
Miss Estelle Black Hlllsborough Extension Service, Experiment b
> _.
'" t measures raise the prices of raw areas of cereal and forage Dr.AMUtwo
I HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES County; Miss Virginia Hooks, Dade Station, and College of Agriculture forma lAjold ni|
materials first. A rising price level crops new orchard) fruits, vegetable Once Bashful 4-H Girls
J Rg Tablet.
7 County; R. W. Blacklock state and several county agents. iTesgaui Botk km]
would lighten the burden of debt, [[ Weekly from HexM Deososaiiravtlon -[ boys' club agent at Gainesville and and fiber plants, drug and oil Community Leader i The boys who have attended pre- Cb* MUM aootUng effect.
interest, and taxes, that farmers plants and ornamental trees and 1.00 at ynlt drag star
Specialist TallahaMe MIss Anna Mae Sikes, of the State vious short courses will be given
as well as city men must pay. j I shrubs. In the words of the committee -, ,
d: M The trade agreement provisions Home Demonstration Department, the'actlvitle of Dr. Fairchild And Statewide Winner special courses In either citrl-cul- ) ''M I tor'S;"
Tallahassee.In ture
{ \\i, of the Farm Act can be used to 1 have added "to the wealth of agronomy livestock production l't'j.; Cfl1t't'
great advantage by the producersof BLACKBERRY.JAM a tribute to club work, young the nation through having openednew PLANT CITY, ria.-From. a poultry, dairying, and possibly f Jlf.tt

non-basic commodities. The act I Bassett says that "club work has lines of profitable activity to bashful 10-year-old girl to a fine others. Other boys will be f; r E

authorizes the Secretary of Agriculture Practically the same method la' developed confidence In myself as American farmers." community leader and a statewide given general courses including all t

t l to enter into agreementswith followed In making jam of all ber- well as In other people. It has The presenatlon of the medal will winner, Is the record of Estelle of these subjects. .
ries. The ripe, broken ones give a taught me how to co-operate with Black local .
associations of producers or be made at the next annual meeting 4-H Club girl. She was
with the processors and distributors fine color and flavor, but onehalfof my fellow club members and other of the recently chosen as one of the two
of any agricultural competing the quantity of the berries selected people in the commyunlty, as well academy.. girls; to represent Florida at the Wake Up Your Liver Bill

t commodities. These could Include for making jam should be as in community organizations." HOME RADIO PROGRAM National Club Camp In Washington -i

F fruits, vegetables, poultry, and slightly under-ripethis; Is necessary June 1521.: The trip is given

other non-basic products. The pur- to give the jelly-like consistency GOLD MEDAL OFFEREDFOR Housewives will be particularly by the Atlantic Coast Line Rail -Without Calomel
to the finished More 4-II CLUB WORK
pose of these agreements Is to insure product. Interested In the Florida Home Pe- way.

fair returns to producers and >ectla usually is present In rare- riod at 9:45: / each morning next In telling of her club work, Es- --

i equitable marketing and distributing ripe or) under-ripe fruit than in Over 200 4-H Club boys and girls week from WRUF. Workers with telle recently said "I remember And YonH Jump Out of Bed If thla bile la not flowing fraalr,rw Mj

practices. rime-ripe fruit. Cooking in small gathered at Kingsley Lake last the State Home Demonstration very distinctly when I was 10 and doaaa'g 4Ip It jna decay* la tie bnJjQas

/ One section of the Act administered quantities will also help to retain Friday and held one of the finest Department and others will speak the home demonstration agent, in the Morning Rarin'to Go Moat Bp> poor' itamaeh. tn Im

I) by the Farm Credit Administration the color and flavor. A more delicate picnics they ever experienced. This according to the following sched- Miss Motelle Madole, came to our thick,bad UaM mat jrow braaU.b. ,fnlJ
flavor will be retained by allowing If you feel soar' and sunk and the efUn braab oat l Ia blamlahe Tna' MJI
$ and the gathering
not by the Departments.4 was perhaps largest 1 ule: house. She asked me about joiningthe world
of Agriculture, la l designed to lighten three--quarters pound of of 4-H Club folks ever held in this Saturday,June 3-The Traininga 4-H Club. I had thought of it of salts looks mineral punk water don't swallow oil, laxative a lot ehw and JOG teal dowa and rot Tow iU Jayitoa
the load of Interest and debt. sugar to each pound of berries part of the State. I Child Needs to Enter a VocationDr. but was too bashful to tell her I candy or chewing gum and expect U poIaone4.ntak.u..014
It is not limited to the producerso than by using an equal proportionby The crowd assembled about 9'' E. W. Garris. wanted to join. Mother told her them to make suddenly sweet CIRTFRILrvna
ftbe basic agricultural products. > weight of) each. It la Importantto o'clock in the morning, having been I Monday, June Choosing Fabrics for me, though. and buoyant and full of sunshine. PILLS to st thM two potmdi! oiw|
and mako fl aulf
flowing fraaly ud
cook down the fruit before adding yon
No "procesing taxes" that mightbe the sugar. brought in from the various com :. for Texture, Color and Design "That was seven years ago, and For they can't do It. They only They eonula wondarful. barnliai, polJvrgetabU

levied, under the Act, on basic munities throughout Union and -Miss Lucy Belle Settle. my! but what changes have taken move the bowels and a mere mono axtracte,araadni. when It coma u
agricultural commodities, will affect Jam should be cooked rapidly In Bradford Counties by school buses Tuesday June 8-How Home place. I have had seven years of ment doesn't get at the cause. The matting th.bee Bow frwly.

grains or other basic commodities a porcelain-lined or heavy alumi- and cars. Many older people--the Products Are Marketed in Gadsden sewing, six years of gardening, one reason for your down-and-out feelings But don't art for Uw pUU. 'k'oC |

used as feed for livestock num vessel after sugar Is added, parents and friends of the club County-Miss Elsie Lafitte. year of poultry raising, and four ) your liver. It should pour out two Little Urn PflU.Look tot?the name CIM''

beef or dairy cattle, or poultry. and stirred slowly. Do not stir too members-attended with the chil Wednesday June 7 Weekly years of home Improvement. I've pounds of liquid bile into your bowels little Lhrar Pill oa the nd UM. Reset

rapidly or beat the mixture, as this dren. From the very start until Low-Cost :Market BasketMissAnna also carried health and leadership daily. oubatituto.l50.hUnorCt93t.C.U.. .

( : The summer rainy season Is the might cause air bubbles In the finished they left in the afternoon, every Mae Sikes.Thursday projects all the time.

,.tlml! to be sura that Vedalla the product. A thermometer la one was kept busy and a varied June Accomplish "I've obtained great benefit from

Australian ladybeetle, is in the citrus useful In making jams; cook to222 program waa carried out under the ments of Some Hillsborough County my sewing but of all my projects I
grove to keep cottony cushion degrees F. Give the same test as direction of the county and home 4-H Club Girls-MIss Allle Lee like home improvement best" Since Wife of Governor of Georgia Makes

.ecale under control. for jelly; cool a small quantity in agents with the help of some of the Rush. Home Improvement SchoolIn Estelle became a club girl the front

4p 'T'y-. a spoon and when it flakes of the older club members. Eacambla County-Mlsa Ethel porch of her home has been. enlarged Jams and Jellies for Her Family ]

There Is no reliably test for ascertaining side of the spoon Instead of coming After swimming for about two Atkinson. a sun parlor has been built,
&i h If mushrooms are poi off In drops it is finished, and 1 hours the children were called out Friday, June 9-Hlnta from the) the house has been painted a pump

} sonous. Only certain ones are edible should be removed from the fire and assembled under the shade of U. S. Bureau of Home Economics and sink have been put in, a home

and they should be known by Immediately. Jams are> thicker the great oaks where they sang electric plant has been Installed,

r the one who gathers mushrooms. when cold than when hot, and care songs and listened to a splendid oughly enjoyed by everyone, and a some new furniture has been

I should be taken not to cook them talk on club work by W. T. Nettles, splendid club spirit prevailed bought, she has made rugs bed- a tsry { tW

The beef calf crop Is the future too long. district agent from Gainesville. A throughout the day. It was room sets, curtains, etc., for the Yjry *4'4 ?

1 pay check for cattlemen and now By processing jams in pints or beautiful spread lunch was then en- thoroughly Impressed on the minds entire house, a new yard fence has i
is the time to be planning and preparing small jars in the hot water bath joyed. Many games were played of everyone that ".II Club work Is been built, a radio and an electric H

Y"}yi ,J for the next crop, says W for 10 to 20 minutes at 180 degrees and other amusements occupied the not all work, but part play and refrigerator have been purchased,

J. Sheely, of the Florida Agricul- F., the flavor and the color are bet time of the young people after recreation. This spirit Is necessary and other Improvements have been

tural Extension Service. ter preserved than when processedat lunch, before going back to the to carry out the meaning of the made. "All of these things put together -

boiling temperatures or over. A lake for the final swim. 4-H's-to train the Head the have made a vast Improve

During the World War the perfect seal may be secured bytightening The whole program was thor Heart, the Hands and the Health ment, and I would hardly recognizethe
of Columbus the at ------------
Knights was officially; cap Immediately "
... .. ... .. .. original place myself, she
.. .
recognized as a welfare organlza the end of the processing period. -- u. "'-4 ""' says.

1- CANNING HELPS LIVE AT HOMEand .1 "My garden records show that It
1 has been valuable and many of the

>. ..... .. .... trees in little orchard
And the Worst is Yet to Comet V. - --- --- -- -- -- -- -"Ii'' coming Into my bearing. I also are just feel

), ... CANNING IN RELIEF WORK butterbeans), 991 of Fordhook that I lot to
."VO owe a what I've
_, I JUL, L- I ....... beans and 27S of corn.' learned in leadership. I now enjoy
.. .
I f' With Florida's soil, climate and In Palm Beach County a community
playing the piano at picnics, lead
=: -
--- 1 seasons, this State should never be I center was established in
ing In games, and helping other A glimpse Into one of the first American kitchens. That of M"Eugene
in fear of the "bread lines" or the 1932 to meet local conditions In Talmadga, wife of the governor of Georgia. Now that fruits tat
club girls some of them almost
: ,- distress cry of "men out of work." I helping to meet the food require bashful as I once was." as plentiful and popularly priced Mrs. Talmadge Is busy making jams

: J However the nation-wide unemployment -, ments of the families of the> unemployed .,. .. I and jellies. She Is shown measuring her Ingredients accurately and

: has touched Florida and to save feeding; cost and I (In Insert) preparing her fruit.
FULL 4-11
in where the also to tha i PROGRAM flu.
many places problemsof save surplus crops ltull
PLANNED noble old art of Jam and Measure sugar and prepared
1i. I feeding the unemployed (mainly would have been wasted. 1 AGENTS TUB making Is practiced by lunge Haiti, mix will. and brmi Bur to'I.J till..
I from other States) has become The home demonstration rolling boll over hottest lire
agent: some of the foremost women In the itanlly before and whale bolllnf >T
;j \ accute, the doctrine of conservationand gave Instructions and demonstrations .! This year with the Increased country as well as the rank and hard I. minute. Remove from art tar d.
its practical application has to a group volunteer work. I number of boys and girls enrolledIn lie of housewives It has been star In fruit pectin Th.n.ur cool and.1"l"l'"'
by turn for lust 5 mlnuiet to
helped In a very substantial way ers on canning all types of prod club work In this county the learned. to prevent floating Crult ram QIIIIJ.
l--.L. in meeting the "depressing situa ucts available and suitable for I, work of the> county and home Mrs. Eugene Talmadge. wife of Paraffin hot Jam at on... M kgliuee 11>011I

tion." quantity canning; tomatoes, green' agents Is greatly increased to look the governor of Georgia owes to II fluid ouncee each)
the excellent Jams and she
Through co-operative and com beans grapefruit, guavas and on after the project work and carefully makes Raspberry Jelly
pN :i it a large measure of her reputation -
munity canning Leon County home dilllng tomatoes and making kraut. plan and supervise the various for being one of the beat 4 cups eupe (11'/(1 Ibs.1 lb. I juice7'b .m,'

t oat Y ))1 demonstration workers for Instance A civic committee arranged for activities usually on program during rooks In the South As soon aaf 1 bottle fruit pectinTo e
0I stocked their pantries with canned space In the old city market whereIt the year. The organized clubsIn i'utts get that alluring ripe look prepare Juice ruiri IhOroll'h'...

I eel e products at scarcely any cost and obtained and placed the necessary the various communities hold and* the price tags on them meet grind riac In about Jelly 3 data quarts or full b gout and>p., w.....

.- at the same time proved their equipment. With the cooperation their meetings monthly during the ier standards of economy she sets Juice.
Ifni 0 0 worth citizens year with social and recreational about the pleasant task of filling Measure sags, and Juke Into one s::
as good by assisting of the gas and water companies mit
bolt .
I L eptl0 her Jam cupboard! Mrs. Talmadgeis pin and mix Brans to I ..... .
1a O the county welfare board to care a complete and convenient meetings to be held many times at one of many 'first ladles' who tart lire and at onee add Ir = I ,rye

C for the needs of the unemployedand canning center has operated during night. These meetings are always excel! In this art .rolling stirring boll constantly.and boil hard Then tt brine minute i ?Ir),.

needy. the trucking season. attended by the agents. Every woman regardless of her move from ere. skim pour J" "" ', ,,1amn
4pY Farmers supplied the produceand For the first month the welfare The 4-H Club activities to be position in life. Is proud of a full hoe Jelly at once each Make').
Items < fluid ounce
labor and the welfare board board backed the work by purchasIng held during the spring and summer and gleaming jam cupboard. The
furnished the tins and jars. Filled cans securing products do- this year include the annual present profusion of berries-black* Cherry Jelly e
containers were divided evenly be- nated by the farmers and givingout picnic which all 4-H Club boys and berries Is a tempting, raspberries invitation and cherries-to those (Any kind clioktcherry. ept wild)

tween the farmer and the board. goods to the needy. A variety; girls and their parents are urged to who didn't get a very early start :* cups IIW Ibel juke 111"1'
". Ib* I
Farmers not having money to purchase of 4,000 cans were put up during attend. Next comes the shortcourses and want to begin their Jelly make I cup.I bottle U fruit pectin IJOII

containers were able to put this month. for a whole week-for the ing now. To prepare Juice stem and l\\IoIft\\ 0_|
up their surplus supply of fruits The Salvation Army then took boys In Gainesville-and for the girlsin State Fair champions have used lib*. fully rip enerrl. "J"r| or''I

and. vegetables. over the management pf the cannery Tallahassee-where the winning the following recipes and the busy, nnmer. .19.minutia troy. .:tjn"rct eH"II'"I i

In turn, the welfare body was and at the closing the last ot boy and girls of the previous year modern housewife will doubtless flavor, add fc teaspoon 11,1 tr V"i
able to In Its store house of want to use them. too.Blackb.rry fore pouring I Pl...* fruit I" "
.,; place a June 12,000 cans products were are rewarded with these trips. or bag and Muera out JulceUeaiur .
'. generous supply of canned productsfor ready for distribution during the Then comes the annual camps for Jam solar and Juice 'Into tarn' clue I Ipan

... distribution. During June alonea summer months, the season of another full week In June. All I t .up.7 cnpi I II Ibi II.'tblo'!priptrtd sugar1k fruit lest and are .and.I.. at Bring one.to add a bOil.Irt ,,w n!

.t ".." total of 3,831: No. 2 cans of vege- scarcity. these include carefully worked out (will trait vwtlrt/ atlrrlng constantly Then bring' a 111'
..j.If tables and 67 gallons of green programs for the training of the To pr.p.r. fruit grind about :1 quart rolling boll and 1 boil. Bard h eul 1111" pour ..
skim .
from' fire' "?
> beans were canned; 385 cans of Next- week> "Agencies Urge children in I fully rip* btrrle or crtuti completely one more once *'"' tglass. i
h leadership and citizenship silo hot July at
; layer at a tint ao that Saab berry U reduce -
LI .y l tc IsT dIR9f0f\ ,... err:1: V. rit soup mixture, (kra, tomato, corn Canning." to a PU.J. .. i.e fluid ounce raft/



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Is a hard ;co n'" Gettysburg address; and ..L i. .; \

I : LcTh ? II I CONDUCT HAMPTON REVIVALS II low: but second Inaugural are on the : 'ii:.,. 'I

t J God Is of the Lincoln Memorial at : -ki .j
h. them that !

..- the Lord -_ _" _S i
/ ,t' (
-' .
: wisdom. called the cocoanut I

t ute .7 f.d. IIJbLI .... IIf -Puba 119:105.mrtr" : ror. It the "Giraffe of Vegetables" ,
!Twpst4p5I stand account of its height.
Starke. Fla., May 29 1933. .
All religious teaohlng.( doctriae *r bated -
: f tiJ t u if they ar* to have any claim Editor Telegraph ence He CLERK'S REPORT -- t.

J if\ Mve..loyaHy and devotion of the people, must b*in harmony with Dear Sir: I see it advertised thata by t one. Stark. Fla.. May 1, 1t3*.
\ of Jeaus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold' and crevie Starke philanthropist offers to c '14k' 4 Sir Isaac of the Clerk of the Cir I
hinge it was said j in John7 J46 "NEVER MAN Z Court In and for Bradford. Coun
UurnanheaTdIl.AN., > deliver ice cold beer to Klngsley : shore of Florida .on account of taxes a.- -
, Lake. I revelation .4 for the year, .*... -
!KS always thought that place C. A.. TaK
Knls-ht, Collector.
Bradford and Union eountle are Invited to 11M till* de- 'had enough of attractions without there a v....,. rw.... .

rasorsof new of church acth1U.rcaDl&&Uo_ and a-arwuoeo having added the one that made N Tj facing at balance due April 1. .4,405.71 ,,
' for
made too amount collected_ 118.81) -
and no dukrg only requtremeut
Space freely given Milwaukee famous--but why not $. balance due April Id .___.I,8.1L
II. such Itenu reach this Often before Wednesday morning strive for perfection? Ice cold beer Spain Via. ..* RorfeltBT. -1
Jr. ca-BMot be handled for current 1__ balance due April 1___ _!,.41.41 -
:_;. "= they 1 at Kingsley! Almost too good to ary 17, amount collected. ___ 101.*6
be. true! Omar Kb a warn of old from CoaatrHoa4 cad Bride
again. And little that
I a after they M.I.tracer.
I I stood by said again to Peter sure- thought the height of felicity was 'j sion of the flalanc due April 0.--- .
;-VNDAY 8CHOOI. I to( sit uder a date tree "twixt the k ;; balance due April I 1. -----1,133.4* -
ly thou art one of them: But he t1 amount collected.._, 6R*.tl
LESSON:' j began to curse and to swear say- desert and the town," with "A book ; The balanc due April SI)._5,07461 -
of verse a jug of wine and thou"- when County Mrhool Valid
Ing. I know not this man of whom : balance due April I -----5ISe.S)0
you speak." You thus see thi the: win! probably being warm banks. amount collected___ COT.01
FOR JUNE 4. 19SS from the Persian sun, and "thou"no balance<<> due. April 10.._ ..,.78.811
weakness to which Peter and all of ( ...tr I'ulle
[ Subject JesUS Faces Betrayal us are subject. Yet Peter repentedand doubt meant a fly-swatter. The balance due April I. 411 no
Kingsley "commuter" No. 1, amount collected ._.._. 7t.09
j DeniaL was forgiven. God will also may para Starke : balance due April III.n... 363.00
Text"He: Is despised forgive your sins if you ask it.PRESBYTERIAN phrase Omar thus: "A good cigar. No. Total H.li-ficli I Golden some ice cold beer and how." Of 11 balanc due April 1------9,211.43
rejected of men; a man of sor- S ( Starke : amount <<> 7548!
d acquainted with grief." CHURCH course all commuters do not like balrtnce due April SO .____7.41S.94 -
\\VI, and ice cold beer but here I must Sundays.No. Total aejb-Mrliool' Handed .
. 53:3a.: Rev. George H. Lowry pastor. sup- 107 hnlanc due April 1.__ _.. 70tl .
' pose they do, or else quit writing.) amount collected ill.4ik) '
14:17-31. Services Sunday June 4 as follows n
Mark : Starke : .
: .. .
iLwsonTexf Beer like Old Dog Tray was lialanc due April 10. .4.Ut.51 -
Truth: No matter how : ROBERT CHARLES No. 2, A.rl..It.ral
1 poetical found in bad company in the gin balance due April 1.. 44057 .A1
roDI We may think ourselves to 10 a m.-Sunday School; T. S. mills of yore, and therefore must Robert and Charles Hartman,' thousand converts were the resultof Starke 6: amount. collected ..__ 50(C ,
watch and pray lestbe Williams acting superintendent. No 12 balance. line April 10 __ IU.1I1 ,
we should undeservedly "grunt and sweat under brothers of Pittsfleld Mass., open their meetings. Widow'* I'exeloei

.I overcome by temptation. 11 a. m.-Morning Worship; sermon a weary name." As an intoxicant -'ed an evangelistic campaign Monday They came to Hampton from Starke : balance du* April t. 440 54 L :
Jeru- collected l __ 60."
[ of Lesson: Sundays.No.
time\ and Place by the pastor "The Spirit it is a failure, and those who night at.Hampton.The Melrose. where they conducted balance due, April SO_____ INY.II: 1 -
elll: Thursday night April 6. Speaking to tile Churches." drink it do so, not for the measly young evangelists Robert is meetings in several churches. 108 Stead mad IIrl'IC' Ia5l'r.... cad ,
Starke Hlakleoc Vmrnt
.30. 7 p. m.-Christian Endeavor: little alcohol it contains but because 22 and Charles 25, will remain a The young men are forceful : balance due April l- ___I .OI9.47 tj

I Survey of Lesson: leader Genevieve Kenly. It slakes thirst better than week conducting meetings each speakers and have attracted wide Starke : amount collected. .._ 1.787.17 J9
No. 101 : balance due April
Jesus sent Peter water and is evening at 7:30 o'clock. addition to conduct.
On Thursday very refreshing. : attention. In A. J. THOMAS. Clerk
8 m.-Evening Worship
p. song No. 102 :
4 d John to Jerusalem ahead of and sermon. The KIngsley shores are sleep For the past two years the ing campaigns In churches they

.1 rest of the company In order at Inducing. The outlines are so even brothers have been conducting also have preached over the radio 1 MASTKU'S' ] I I. hereby S.il.M gIven" that Un-.

t they might prepare the Pass- Prayer Meeting Wednesday and round as to make the lake resemble meetings in various parts of the from various stations. and ny vIrtu. of a Final 1Je'rC

( vtr meal He gave them instruc- 8 p.m. a saucer half-full of pare country with much success. During Street meetings also form a part' Honorable. made A. :Z.and Adklna rendered, Judo by;.

Gel and preparations were made A cordial Invitation to all our goric. Looking at it and at the the last year they have traveled in of their program and In Pittsfleld the Circuit Court of the nth Ju-

it guest-chamber which was host services extended to all. mosquito hawks with their hypo five different states preaching in their home town they are well a.Train m. : .I Circuit County of,Florida In Chancery In and, duteil for 31

Jtably provided. There they spent S notic passes and listening to the the larger cities and towns. One known for this type of campaIgn Train ; J.lril.I l as. In that certain cause

t. rith their Master the most memorble uutwaisaTflrst locusts among the plpestem bushes lately, pending between Th*
LAWTEY CHURCH livery Land Hunk of Columbia.
night of their career. andre and the hammering of the woodpeckers GOD'S SECRETS them correctly It becomes a reve and J_. It. 8ap|> and wife. ....
I a no. .
the solemn sacrament was Baptist Church makes the tired businessman The secret of the Lord i is lation. d Happ, who, DeFendants WCC therein tti appointed. undr- i

Muted which was afterward to Hev. L. F. Chapin pastor. sleepy. He reaches for his with them that fear' Him.- God Is revealing Himself to men Train "Hpeclal' Mauler In Chancery to .K-

observed, to the end of time aai Preaching services first and' botUe of ice cold beer shakes It. Psalm 23:14.: In three books. One la called the letters 2: lay* th"of seine.July,will 1 31, ,on during Monday tli*, the l is. It

Supper. tilts it and the forces sale! before the Court {
Lord's the tioura of
i third Sundays, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. up gas Is It true that God has secrets? Book of Nature. It is the oldest ofGod's Train : door I In Btarko, Florida I sell! .
probably Judas left the table b"- brown liquid that cheers but does and host b"',h.r. for
The Old Testament sages seemedto revelations. It came in the : delivery : the hlHhrnt
Bore the Lord's Supper was ob- m.Sunday school 10 a. m. II. B. Ar-' not inebriate down his throat h. the followlnic) ilimrrltixil lends
think so. They talked and wrote morning of the day. It Is the revelation p.'m. *. lylnir and Ttnlnc In llradtord
erved. It Is significant that in inciting wood supt. while the yellow gas itself side about the secret places of the Most of the law of God. The author Night : y. Klorldn, tn-wltt I

the memorial by which Prayer Service 7:30: p. m.. Wed steps up Into his nose until the High and abiding under the shadow of the nineteenth Psalm putsIt Train : ; ':"Th.., uf. NK H10't% of uf NKV.N W\of and 8WH K4.of: knit.

[ft should be perpetually remem- nesday. tears come and clear the cobwebs of the Almighty. One says that this way: "The heavens declarethe train No. '% of NWVi and 8W% of NWV4

red, Christ established an ordl- B. Y. P. U. 6:30: p. m. Sunday. from his eyes. With a contented the fear of the Lord Is tho beginning glory of God; and the firma- Stark e NRM:\ and Wof all( In NWS4 Hoc. of.
ce In commemoration of His 'a-ah' !" he smacks his lips lights a (of wisdom and here anotherIs ment sheweth Ills handiwork." But No. 101. : ::. (.tp 5 U, HatiaII W.,'eo"" 1

Itath. The bread and wine which cigar. picks up his newspaper and! VS aur.a niora or !I..., -
Grace M. E. Church saying that the secret of the men misunderstand the meaning of 102 : Hi ,
|emu gave His disciples represent- Rev. W. B. Christy pastor. resumes reading. He finds that Lord Is with them that fear Him. law at times. They think of law I : attic to be mad purauant to -

I His body and blood. and by a, Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundays the Germans still are keen for the To be sure, this Is poetry; but as a force. Law Is not a force. It Dally "1.I.r.. to satisfy the aania, and .. : .

mmon figure of speech they were at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. "Polish Corridor" and can't under poetry is not always fiction. Is It Is a method of action. The law of : : M. K. PKRIITMAM, ,
led His Body and blood; like asrtst stand why they don't build a corridor A* ftnaclftl MaHler III (I'h..llc.r. -
Prayer service Wednesday 7:30p. true that the God of love has secrets gravity is simply God's way of m.. 5t6-fl
t called Himself the true vlnei. I of their own now that lumber | | r ,- t:
m TPerhaps holding the universe together.But : : ; :
elUS' words. "This is my blood of school 10 a, m. Mrs. Is so cheap. He then takes a perfunctory m., 4:34: : Noise 'c-4
Sunday ,
that depends on what Is i God is more than a God of
Judge Stat
h.i New Testament which Is shed dip Into the lake opens Tickets :: : rfno'r County: Charles .
Mary Moore supt. meant by having secrets. If all law. He is a God of love. So lie 'I .. of H. -
the another bottle of beer and falls ,
r r many show that forgive- League 0:30: p. m. Sunday. men are by creation children of Smith's Call and Wilbur MuCall minor.
and asleep dreaming of the beer witha i reveals Himself in another book. County.
Jess is '
of sins dependent upon. nrI:
God and God loves all men then la h rby .Iven to all whom I j
i made possible by. the sheddingt Fraternal kick that grandpa made out of We call it the Bible-the Book of may ooncrn Franc
He has nothing to conceal from His I 'rJ'ntf"r':: .
adds persimmons corn or sweet pota- ('OIJ"> "l'V : ':! (" aa ( I CharU' 8.
t t Christ's blood. Matthew Lawtey Lodge No. 189. F. & A. creatures. But It takes two to Books. it is more than a book. :I MON.r.. and Wilbur Mi-Call minor.
C i words, "For the remieslon of toes and "spiked" with grain alco- liNN' on the eth of *. A. I). '
the M. meets at city hall building 1st complete a revelation. One may It I. a library. It was fifteen hundred :I ... apply to the.rlt Ob'IU' 10.: K. /
' lins. Here is the doctrine and 3rd Tuesdays at 7:30 p. m.' hol.On write letters of gold across the sky years In Its production. Yet'I I.Ma.18U .,, County Jude I In and for
tonement from Christ's own lips, waking he takes another sip ( ) : rounty, at his. off u. In Htark..
T. T. Blackburn. W. M. that God Is love; but If there Is no It has but one message. It Is like Overdraft In said at o'clock
plainly and pointedly declared. O. J. Phillips Secy. and resumes reading. "Here" be one to read who understands the an oratorio with one keynoteandthat Itecelpta m, or a. soon thereafter a. the 4
The statement "This Is my blood remarks "an item says that robins Is the love of God. It Warrant : can b* hard for authority J
meaning of love It is not a revela keynote Overdraft :: .. publlo iirlvat. sale, the .
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Jif t the New Testament (covenant) get drunk eating chinaberrles that tion. Here Is a man speaking to runs all the way from Genesis to K|>..-lel 'I' l undivided interest of said

s highly suggestive. There Is evlntly have fermented on the trees till alcohol another but if this other man Is Revelation. The same Psalmist ..... 1'L, .* In th* following described -
and Htat.
estate, In said county,
a reference here to two JONES has developed. And here 1 It deaf and does not understand him says that the testimony of the Italanc It I 1

bid Testament passages. Exodus BOB says that the Kalmucks make an he is not telling him anything. A Lord is sure making wise the elm- Warranla Receipt rthwiit* Houth:iiuart Kt o qiinrtar Hnctlnn" of Thirty the .

t4.5-8. tells about the institution Intoxicating drink from such a thought enters a human mind and pie. The statutes of the Lord are liulunc J Towimhlp, Five South: iianK -

fi( the first covenant and informs mild substance as mare's milk. Itself by means of words. right rejoicing the heart. The I': lOast: also the NorLh{ ,quar
expresses .
/OMMEHTS Kalnnc' of the "Houlhweat' <|tiart r of Heu.
i that the blood of the covenant Hum; queer; seems like alcohol Another hears those words and Interprets commandments of the Lord are Iteoelpt I KlfliiBii Townnhlp OIK $Mouth V
ivu sacrificial blood which was pervades all nature. It even makesIts the The Witrrnt Twenljr', lOast.Vhirh
ON them. Insofar as he understands pure enlightening eyes. application. i will be hosed
Iprinkled upon the people. Again ? HERE way Into beer i It\; is said but if them and Interprets fear of the Lord Is clean, enduring Halanc* 1 : I the iii-tlilon I for sale now Oil

f enturles later Jeremiah tells of a AMDHEREAFTER. there's any In this bottle blamed i iI if forever. Until. nee In aulil Court.
Uecelpt 1 ') .. May s, A. D. 1133.
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ew covenant which God would can feel it. That 3.2 per cent' ley country as snugly as does the But there is still another channelof Warrant MAHY ITItANClH! McPALI.
akeln the future (Jer. 31:31-34): ). must be an error; it should have Hulonce luardlan.
divine revelation. It Is the voiceof
shell a sand hill gopher. Y. MAINMH: Lake llutlcr, Fla,
.%Is covenant Christ was about to A few years ago while I was en- been 2 minus 3. God speaking to the human soul. nIL Ian".. I .. for Uuardlan
abllnh His Those who like beer no longer .. .
by the shedding of gaged in an evangelistic campaign Ice cold beer supplies a long felt condemn Volstead. They no longer God walks with His children, and KncelptB Warrant( ) ______ '

Mood, on the cross. That new covpnant In a West Virginia city I heard the want on the lake. Many fish are picture him as a fanatical dog-ln- He talks with them. He tells them lliilunc KtOTMH OK M"II'n. It.1t MAI.M -

I I la, a new religious order of following story. It was told to me caught and eaten there and a meal the manger but as a being of benignant that He Is their own and they are Hiilanca by*virtue la hereby of that'lvn certain that und final"P '.

Mugs which has the forgiveness by the pastor of the First Metho of fish provokes thirst worse than countenance.framed in a Ills. But we need to be careful 1t..I'.I.. ..* of fiireolonur mnd cud r.lI.r..d '
|,t line and the cleansing of the dlst Church. I am giving it in almost pretzels. The lake water is too lest we misunderstand Him. So Warrant on the Ind day of May, A. l>.
and nimbus. For ,
brown Hulance Adklna.
yellow Honorable A. Z.
eart as Its fundamental blessings.Jesus the very words of the minis warm and too soapsudy to drink hasn't that great humanitarian, for the Psalmist prays to God to .,. by of the Twenly>alxth Judicial, ,*_ f -

and His apostles were eating the springs are not what they have cleanse him from secret fault, Ilalanc of Florida. In that c-ertalti -
ter lo, these many years, taught themto ItnrelptM : .... therein poudlnw. wherein F.
the Passover and "Jesus said been cracked up to be, and the well value Ice cold beer and that the words of his mouth and Warrant Flume I I.. complainant, and Jose $ ,
Verlly i unto One of Mulanco, A. Marcotle, (tlaorir A. Mar- : -
Bay you. you'hlcb must be primed with a the meditations of his heart be *
I here as pastor two pumps It all the may : '
"When came to appreciate more now Unnrv* l Kruae, 1.1.1.I )Krua
eateth with me shall betray quart of water for every gill they acceptable In God's sight. Overdraft .honk of a corporation
I was unpacking my; after their deprivation?
long : : tar.kt.h
5. And years : underaigne4
they say unto Him one discharge. As soon as you leave Itecelpt defendant, *
y t one, Is it I? And answered things at the Methodist parsonage. SANDSPUR.FAVORS Now each of these revelations Is Warrant :::;1 : will sell I for rwMh 8
he r..hll lh:1. i
A man came In. 'My name Is John the cool shady shore and ascend to progressive because It takes two to Overdraft :. and boat binder at the ;
[It Is one of the that dour of the coiirlhoue. la
twelve dlpIpeth and oak woodsIt
the old fields turkey
_. and I want to talk to you. SUNDAY MOVIES: make a complete revelation. Ptolemy rialunc. ., llradfonl County. Florida J
with me in the dish. The Son That Is the way the man began Is as hot as In Hejaz; the deep read the book of nature and Understood Itecelpt Monday' the 6th' day ''f Man Indeed goeth as it is writ. sand burns your feet the prickly Editor of Telegraph Warrant loll, durlnir the legS. ) hours of
to it to teach that thin earth
'I want Join .
ten of Him bin conversation. Starke, Florida. IJnlanc) for the purpose < f aatlafylnir
: but woe to that man the church next Sunday That I Is pears stab your shins the darting Is the center of the universe and final decreo, the following d*- ,
|by whom the Son of Man Is be- lizards make jump until you Dear Sir: Balance, .. 'lunda, lylnaanil being In
what I want to talk about. I told you that all other bodies revolve aroundIt. Receipt .. County, Florida, to-wlts: -
jtrayed! good were it for that man him that I would be glad to receive long for Ice cold beer. So it seems It seems a pity in this day of Corpernicus came along and Warrant* I On. (Ii) anti Three 15), Illoolc) .
ft he had never been born." Judas that this beverage fits the Klngs- enlightenment to see good people Halanc : (lit aser the orliflnal:
rIot him and I began to write his nameIn said that Ptolemy was mistaken, ; n.,r plat of the Town of Btarke.
was the traitor and Jesus little book. 'Before you write opposing the exhibition of moving that the sun is the center of the Balance .'ounty, Florida, aa appear

WOrds, 'Good were it for that man my service and said 'Well John pictures on Sunday. universe and this earth Is simplya Itecelpt"d :: record In Deed book "N". at paar -
I" he had my name down I want to tell you of the Warrant : : : : of the puhllo record of Bra '
said never been born. are my story.: I hope you'll stick this time.' This is a relio of the Dark Ages planet revolving around it. along Halance 4 County Florjda. '
to ) OKKKN
declare a future punlsh-
so-called Christians
when bigoted,
with several others. Now the astronomers Overdraft / Special Maatr. -
ent burned witches and heretics at the A. tI. JMlKWU. .
'You pastor of a wonderful "The' man stuck. He lived a sober are telling us that both Itecefpte M. MAnTIS *
are .
"As Warrant for
they did eat Jesus took church in this town. I know manly Christian life for a year. stake. were mistaken; that our solar sys. Overdraft ; : : -*...* "omplalna"t.&t. -
and blessed and brake It, tem is of such .off
and because they have turned me outnumbers He was always at prayer meeting. ttlu Laws have cursed every only one many systems Overdraft MAKTKIl'll SSLOO -

eat gave to them and said. Take. of times. They won't let at Sunday School and at preaching community In which they have and that they are all rushingthrough Receipt notIce I I. given that under- -
; this i Is my body. And he took wbu service. People learned to believe been enacted and have held up space at breathless speed. Warrant by virtue. of that certain final (
in that church j
l the anybody stay Overdraft I r entered on May It, 193, by -
cup, and
thanks when he had given drunk and I am awfully weak. in him and respect him. One progress until they were nullified. Yet the sun keeps on rising and llonorabl. A. Z. dkins. Judg*>
he gave it to them; and gets for he was taken ill. Several days The only possible argument shining and setting in the same Overdraft the 28th Judicial Circuit of Flor
born with a craving
|they unto all drank of it. And he said whisky.I was Every time I got drunk later he died. Just before he pass- against moving pictures her in old way as In the days of Ptolemy.It Kecelpt Warrant I ,n In''r anil. In for that Bradford certain foracloeur County I : kit

New them, This is my blood of the turned me out and then I ed away be said 'I am dying. I Starke is that If shown during takes two to complete a revela. Overdraft : .:'I In. which 11. V. Knight and I is Com-wife .., -
they and Lacy Varnes
I Testament which Is shed for again and they would take want you to conduct my funeraL church hours (which will not be tion. The scientists have notyet Overdraft. Varna are .. : the ,

|many.: joined me in. The last time they turnedme Tell the people I am sorry I ever the case). people would be kept learned all that Is told in that book. ReceIpts Warrant I.. and will beat offer bidder r.nI.for caart to r-

The disciples' but there no from church by them. The Likewise Is there In the : 'Wt: -
were then few. out they told me they weren't got drunk. Tell them was away progress Over-Iran Pu outcry In front of the

IDle Christ was looking forward to the ever going to take me in any more. excuse for It. Tell them I fell be- churches ought to be ashamed to second of God's books. Abrahamdid .. of door Bradford of the County County In Stark Court. '

when they would be many. but I've been sober for a month cause I took my eyes off of Jesus.. say that they have no greater appeal not know God as Jacob came llalanc I :. on Monday: the fth day of

and are. In all Countries- as they now and rve been praying hard I and that their hope of victory over to the people, that their Influence to know Him after his experienceat Warrant Halpt ) .... A.of D.sale 1133.the during following the land legal

don't believe I am ever going to temptation is in Him. When you Is so small and their attrac- BetheL Jacob never knew Him flalanc I : and being In tiradford County -
: ;
,"Jesu1l Ballh unto them All yeanau fall any more.: I told him to come have told them that I want you to tion so weak, that they must call as Moses came to know Him after Ralane.* ,, acrea do, to-wit In Boutheait corner, of

be offended because of me to church Sunday and I would take say one good word for me. I want upon laws to abolish innocent educational his experience at Sinai. Moses Receipt. of NK.: % and NM of 8KV. of

(this night| ; for it Is written I will him and that I would pray for him. them to know that I didn't fall entertainment.The never knew Him as Isaiah knew Warrant llalanc Wi'of( 15. Twp.SWV,,6 of H NWV n.nil'. .of 81 Beo-L.. d -

'" te the shepherd. and the sheep every time I was tempted. I was fact Is, that the young people Him after he had stood in the temple : SO, Twp. 6 H. Range 12 Ease

shall be scattered. But after that minutes later the chair- tempted every conscious moment will have their Sunday amusements and saw the Lord sitting upona Flalanc ) l lot 9 and W4( of Lot 14 ami
i "A few Kccalpt' .: nf lot *K In Womllawn In Hoctlon e
a m risen, I will go before you man of the board called me. I told day and night. During the last blue laws and puritanical throne high and lifted up and Warrant Twp. ii H. Itanic S3 Kant, con

Into< Galilee. But Peter said unto him that I was going to receive the twelve months I stayed sober but strictures to the contrary notwith- Ills train filling the temple. Isaiah ili-dnnce I -. I12V4' arra.K. K.. morr PKUItrilAN.or lee*. .

"m Although all shall be offend- man next Sunday. 'I hope youwon.t many a night when everybody else standing; and the .result is that never knew Him as John the Baptist Htatement: : : -J. Xperlal M,,atr.MOTHKnr j I-

T- yet win not I. And Jesus snUb : he said. 'He has disgracedus was sleeping I have walked the they go elsewhere to upend their knew Him when he pointed to month beginning-.. : :1.1'10'11: 1

unto mm Verily, I say unto thee many a time. You'll have to floor and prayed God to save me. money and time and In many In- the Lamb of God who taketh away the< ..,.. power vented In them by the
'That this month.' 'Al I do want my friends to know that stances their trips for innocent the sin of the world. John the during .. of the Htat of Florida.. the '. -,
day. within a f
even in this night turn him out the- ... I i ) .. of Public Instruction of I
for* the cock crow twice thou right we'll turn him out and then while I fell I didn't fall every time amusement. that they should find Baptist never knew Him as Paul and ) I ,
*the wt deny: me thrice. But he spoke take him In again if he wants to I: was tempted.' at home result in "jamborees" that came to know Him after his expe- edge the and. ; :: : ;I : *Tax anelection School Diet.to b.No.helil 13 at In New Hp..- -

DI Ire Veheinenuy If I Bhould Join: I replied. .' are hurtful socially and morally rience on the Damascus road. And l.I. :: Florida lone 11 1931, for the

I'lie with ihee, I will not deny thee My preacher friend told me that Enlightened communities have Paul never knew Him as John each herein at I :determining-.* of electing amount three trustees of mill- y
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any Wise. Likewise also said "The next Sunday I opened the this incident gave him a new apprecIation found that the cause of religion ia knew Him on the Island of Patmos nf **.. I tob* a..d for the) ensuing .
Uley. all church. The man of the battles the aver advanced by liberality tolerance when he saw the Son of :Man walkIng I> I > yara. -
of the
doors eat paid I the of holdlnxr paid
That night while Jesus was be'rig came forward. I gave bime the age man fights. Only God knows and'an active encouragement of Innocent In the midst of the seven month b I ., the purpose following* appoint .
The people the struggle that often goes on In amu ements. churches. In other words, revela- account I
tried Peter was accused of belog vows of membership. (line ,. A. B"pr O. W Anrlrew. C. C. .
disciple| "But he denied." bowed their beads as if they were th*..souls of the purest men and Tours truly tion Is progressive and there are ... and IIlIard JOhn., Clerk.

and< again" a servant- said "ThU is embarassed. Only one man spoke the best women whom we meet J. L. FRAZEE. men among us yet who do not [March 1. 12 1FF." W. C. MANNINO Chairman. '

o". of them. And he denied It to him. H* came by at the close everywhere. Hr.y:: 29. 1933. know aU the Book toacb/e This | .iary .. 6-13-5t-4-,


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sury evening at the Wall cottage at same farm property, shall not exceed In lands Stai"k<>, Florida!, ,
ry Lake Mr. and Mrs. W. 76 of the appraised value lying. and I
I Kingsley by % ford C.mim, pi, ,
j14 M. Wainwright complimenting Mr I thereof a* .? .
thereof. Such loans bear an Interest "Bid Judgment
and Mrs. J. C. Robinson, who are I win
1 tlcm, to-wit.
C fSocietylJ'Velaka rate of C% and may be repaidIn !
from Starke.A a "*
moving away rwtn point MM, .
Installments over a series of!
Section 21, T"," \I
,Y several course supper was w Yfyxdr years, but during the first three i 22 East CT.. WH v,
served the guests, and those enjoy. p years payment pf interest only will I road aloiiir No mid 13 Htm, thou.. ,
ing the hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. be required" To secure such a loanIt point of begtnnlnir!:
Wainwright were: is not that a farmer boa 1 at right angles' to .. j
Club Meets uaed throughout the lower floor of necessary thenve Northerly < .,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson Land road ,, \ u't' "i
borrower from the Federal 6 J* f. t ?
the home where the guests spent a
] Members of the Welaka Sewing!!, the honored guests, and Bank. along; said ntre.,t to
a most enjoyable evening playing thence along said ,
Club were guests of Mrs. A, W. Anderson bridge. Prizes were awarded Mrs. :Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley,, "Requests for information or applications .bDKlnntnaIn Sii' of IiJ.I tel i,.
: Tuesday afternoon L. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr.. for Federal Land Bank aW Sod ::'b'o1 ;hl'1.| I ',
L. D. Vining and O. Beasley as Also, 8 HK't t an
r Bright spring flowers arranged I holders of both high scores. Mr. and Mrs. Junius M. Smith, Mr. :: loans in North Carolina, South yUSt21' Township' Bon..' R''
in baskets added color to the rooms and Mrs. Harold C. Wall, Mr. and ? and Florida ante
Carolina, Georgia ,
An iced served the fit
where the guests spent a most enjoyable course was Mrs. D. A. Montieth, Mr. and Mrs 7 should be addressed to the Federal ll naand; N44,SKVi' 8XV of MW. of S.
V'l : ,
following memoers: Or. and Mrs. d Nu 0 f :;
; afternoon. Nat Sternberg, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. of IlW .. a
Land Bank of Columbia, Columbia, ,4 Sv.\
//w: nt
;c Mrs. Anderson served a sweet E. L. Biggs, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Demorest, Mrs. Thelma Johns, Mrs. Township NEt4 7 nf fI..tlr',, ::1
S. C., while requests relating to Houth ]tang. 21
course to her club members. Montieth, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beas W. J. Epperson, Jr., and Judge A. the commissioner's loans should be Also all that portion of F..t
ley, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining, Mr. Z. Adklns. AWI.i 0' Section 16, xWu
addressed to Farm Loan Houth, Range 22 wmhlp
Agent East: I
Chapter and Mrs. Edward Burns and Mrs. e 1 Which ,.
U. D. C. Will Meet < sr West of S. A. I. Ity .' h
Commissioner, care of the Federal and ''IIt'Of..,
H. B. McLcndon. containing ,
Entertains For onion
Next Wednesday ; Land Bank Columbia, S. C." Also, N% of EU"of sw: a".p
r, Miss RobinsonOne a R' L. H.'H111 is the local of Section 18, fownh )r PF
r The W. T. Weeks Chapter, Card Club EntertainedMr. Lawtey T4av>ir* 22 Kant. 80u,
United Daughters of the Confederacy of the most delightful af- representative of the Federal Land Temple'Also Lots I. 2 and 3 of Blr.ok tt
and Mrs. R. F. Demorest entertained I Addition to Town ,
Bank of Columbia. f Slark
Win hold its annual spend- fairs of the past week for the Florida.

'4 the-day party Wednesday, June 7, Card Club members recently of at their their home Night, younger set was the tea. given last Y IIJI" IIIFF'8 BALK I I As W.Sheriff 1. f Bt.dr ore
at the new cottage of Mr. and Mrs. Friday afternoon from four to six Hereby, notion la given that under
which was beautifully decorated and by virtue of that certain writ ofexecution KNIGHT: ICNIGHT Ntyrkc Florid
W. E. Torode at Lake. o'clock Miss Lula and .
Kingsley by Redgrave FIL
Slut A I> Attorneys
Committee on arrangements: Mrs. with radiance roses artistically ar- Miss Bunnie Canova at the home Eddie Cantor Lyda Roberti and Ruth Hallin 1933, by i :iueu"nenr May the hand' and for Plaintiff a.2bt., .
in tlskets and bowls. .
ranged Real of Clerk of Circuit Court of Bins FOil SCHOOL
J. W Andrews Mrs. O. L. of Miss Miss InlliT
Beasley, Redgrave honoring
The two high prizes were award The Kid from Spam"You've Bradford County, Florida, on that The Board' of Public .
1 Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Starke; Mrs. I Vera Claire Robinson who has certain judgment of record In aid school County will reo"" U ,,JJ,
I* H. Hill and Mrs. George W. Roberts ed Mrs A. Z. Adklna and W. moved to Apopka. seen it coming! Now it's here at The Ritz Theatre Monday and ,Court wherein Dank of Stark., a the bus. routes of t tht. ton.'
M. Wainwright and to Mr. and 'nrr>orRtlon. In plaintiff, and Roy; until 3pm June 10. Bid"
Lawtey. Quantities of rosebuds, dahlias, Tuesday. The dashing: Mexican bull-fighting romance, with Eddie as Edward and J.W. Edward are de- mailed to the County Superintend I,
Mrs. J. C. Robinson and Mrs. H. E. snapdragons and zinnias tastefully a popeyed matador! Funny Yes, screaming! But thrill t li, :idiintH' 1 have levied upon "and will or you can call at the Jerk! |In ",
e"w.. M. S. Circles Will Mott were presented the guests arranged throughout the lower with the yelling, frenzied thousands as men brave death In the bull- on sell!Monday to the the highest l 3rd. day bidder' of July for, 1933 cash, Court thing-House beside and price leave will'bide, oth,II.
Meet prizes, after which a salad course I floor of this home formed a perfect -I ring! Revel ]in the glittering, gay fiesta.as 700 beautiful dancers during the legal hour of sale, In Bred in letting bid II. 'n I
i MondayThe front of the. Mouth door of the Coun- .
was served the following: to A. J aRiFFl9atl !.
one glorious
setting for this delightful affair sway song ty court house of Bradford County 1t
Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Wall, 'Iar
circles of the Woman's Missionary -
which turned out to be a surprise -
Society of the Methodist Mr. and Mrs. W. M. WaInwright, handkerchief shower for the I LILLA 1\1.\Y HALL LEGISLATIVE! : PROCEEDINGS '

Church will meet Monday after- Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mr. and honoree. Miss Lilla May Hall, 26-year-old I
noon at o'clock. Circle No. 1 Mrs. J. C. Robinson, Mrs. A. Z. Adklns native of Raiford, died last weekat Continued from rage 1))
.'' will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thelma Johns and Mrs. During several progressions of her home in Gainesville, where amendments providing for the pay-
:Mrs. J. W. Andrews, with Mrs. Andrews H. E. Mott of Jacksonville. bridge punch and mints were she moved 12 years ago. ment of salaries due teachers for
served. Late in the afternoon the
: i : and Mrs. L. S. Hutto as hos Mrs. Inman Goes hostesses served a sweet course. Miss Hail is survlvea by four sisters the present year from next year's 'TIP

L" tesses. Circle No. 2 will meet at To Omaha, NebraskaMrs. Beautiful corsages of pink rose Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Clydle fund and giving the common school TOPGROCERY
y the home of Mrs. J. W. White. McMickle, Jacksonville; Mrs. Datle priority over the institutions of
buds as favors were given the
Vonda E. Inman, district
Hostesses, Mrs. White, Miss Olive who Birchall, New York, and Miss Belle higher learning in the event monies
guests were:
Ray and Miss Amelia Ray. manager and state auditor of the Miss Vera Claire Robinson, honoree Hall, Bell; three brothers, Jan.es fall short of the amount appropriated -
Woodmen Circle, left this week
k was passed by the Senate of
Hall Hall
Lake Park, Ga.; Tharold ,
Miss Martha Powell Miss
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Honors with Miss Myrtle Oils Crump of
Visitors the 1933 Florida Legislature ;Tuesday -
Martha Brownlee, Miss Mary Raiford, and Henry Hall, Jacksonville
Tampa, state and national
manager afternoon vote of 23 to 9.
by a
and her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Brownlee Miss
j4 Charles Imbach entertained assistant attendant of the Margaret Williams
Debate the Intro-
on measure
number Miss\ \ Thelma Priest Miss Lois Ad- James Hall, Bell.WALDO
a of their friends Woodmen Circle for Omaha, Neb., ,
duced by Senator S. W. Getzen,
last Friday evening at Strickland's where they will attend the National tins, Miss Marjorie Stump, Miss BushneU and 12 other members of
landing at Kingsley Lake with a Field Workers' Business Sarah Hope Haynes, Miss Georgia GETS LOANA
weiner roast complimenting their Meeting held there June 6-8. The Haynes, Miss Kitty Hogsed, Miss loan of.$6,500 has been approved the Senate which raged Monday
was brief Tuesday and only a few
l' i guests, Mrs. W J. Crosby and son formal opening of the Woodmen Mina Manassa Miss Lillian Stern- by the Reconstruction Finance
members of the House
si of Jacksonville. Circle office building will also take berg, Miss Dorothy Ritch, Miss Au- Corporation for the town of Upper spoke
Those enjoying this affair with place at that time. drey .Carlisle, Miss Melba SIlcox, Waldo to make additions to its wa- before voting on a pending amend-
ment Senator W. C. ,
;' Mr. and Mrs. Imbach and the honor Mrs.,. Inman, who .is very 'active Miss Ellen Wiggins of Keystone, ter system, accordng to an Asso- by Hodges

guests were: Miss Myrtle Strick- In fraternal work, won this trip to and Misses Kathryn and Elizabeth ciated Press dispatch from Wash- Tallahassee the figure in, which the bill would from have$7,500-cut Starke Fla. June 2 & 3
; ington Saturday. The project is
land Miss Beatrice Johns, Street Omaha a Hardee of Fernandina. ,
year ago, by being one
000 to $5.600,00, the amount Gov-
eight self-liquidatng loans ,
4 i, Dendy of Alachua and Hamilton of the few ladles of the State among
Strickland of Miami. Woodmen FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH to be made by the government at ernor Sholtz has signified his will-
Circle to write the most
Rev. J. J. Johnson, Acting Pas- six per cent interest.TOWNSEND ingness to approve for schools.,The
insurance And to attend the most
Entertains Bridge Club tor. Hodges amendment was voted ,Maxwell House
J fraternal meetings.. Sunday School 10 a,m., A. J. STILL BURNS down, 20 to 14, and the Senate then Flour 24 Ibs 65c
Members of the Twentieth Century proceeded with the final roll call ,
Thomas, A still
Honors Superintendent. large turpentine belong-
Mr. and
n, Bridge Club were guests of I Mrs. RobinsonOne Morning and Evening Worship, ing to the F.' M. Townsend Com- vote. COFFEE lb. 26c
j Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stump last 11 a.m. and 8pm.B. pany of Lake Butler was recently ,

r" Thursday evening at their home on of the most delightful affairs Y P. U. 7 p.m. destroyed by fire. The estimated IIODGES ELECTED Best White
t ,Walnut' Street. I of the past week was the You are invited to attend each damage was'placed between $3,500 Senator William C. Hodges, Tal.
Beautiful spring flowers were steak supper given last Saturday service. and $5,000. lahassee, was nominated for presi- POST TOASTIES
,r dent of the 193S: Senate, by a substantial -
-., :: majority over three other CORN FLAKES ,
candidates. The veteran solon was
informed of his nomination by Sen-
ator Gillis, caucus chairman of the
holdover Senators. The nomina- 2pkgs..13c
tion is tantamount to election pro- LARD,31bs.25cSugar
r + Rubber Dollars vided the nominee Is returned to

r r the Senate by the voters of his dis

trict. bot. 30e
Senator Hodges has a wide
1 knowledge of State affairs having I Sugar 5 Ibs 25c c
had long experience In the Florida ;

How often have you and friend wife wondered .how "the the Senate.outstanding He Is considered parliamentarians one of GRITS or MEAL

In the Legislature and is the authorof

I exception many Important of one session laws. ,With Senator the 101bs..19c Cheese lb. 17cMACARONI <

't ',. Joneses"seemed: to do so much on their income? From;) Hodges has been chairman of the ,
important Committee on Appropriations
V .
:1\-/\ .
,> since becoming a member of

: : :; remarks dropped by Jones you're almost certain you earn the Legislature. ._-, Whole Grain I !

.'\1 \ Y*J After FALSE a quick ALARM turn FRIDAY around the
RICE 5 Ibs. l 15c

', '.:, as much as he. You're dead certain you and your wife last city,Friday the fire night truck after was being put to called bed ; 3 pkgs. l lOc!

out by a false alarm. Police could

'. not learn who was guilty of the OK

t .h are not extravagant or wasteful. Yet the Joneses do little offense.


r i .A! :'-'':,' things you can't afford-and have little things for whichcan't refinance Continued existing from mortgages Page 1) and FISH, /- I 5c]

"a;' indebtedness in order to obtain the 5for..lOc
r / benefits permitted under this law.
the How ?
1r sA I ; spare money. come
i v A farmer may either apply to the

I. ::1.: ., local national farm loan association SALT 2 pkgs 5ci
directly or to the Federal Land IVORYSOAP4bars25c ,

': The truth is that the Joneses have a secret. They have ciation Bank in, for case a there loan, is and no, upon local being asso-

.\ advised of the amount of loan, if I
tit. j e any, that may be obtained he can !

_ '1 'e; discovered a way of putting rubber into dollars. Through negotiate with his creditors for the TOMATOES.Chipso
retirement of his indebtedness to

m .. ...+ .. I them with the proceeds of this loan. 2 15c
I '. the of this have learned that' (clol4 Another course for the farmer pk. 4 cans 25c{
;:1 pl; knowledge secret they a, would be to negotiate first with his .

f "" I creditors and then apply to the -
Federal Land Bank for the amount
;, lar can be stretched beyond its ordinary limits. necessary to liquidate the amounts Pure Ground

r v :, \0 needed to pay off his debts. PEACHES
"r .h I Coffee
"Quite aside and distinct from 2 Ibs 25ci
the activities of the Federal Land ,

__'n y'n ', ;,: What is this secret, ? They READ advertisements! Banks in making loans is the aid i Scans .25c |

> n ,: in refinancing whch will be ex- .
\ .; sioner tended through by the Farm his agent Loan at Commis-Colum- MILK, t tall can 6c -

In the advertisements in this paper, reliable merchants bia. The commissioner was voted
;; by Congress a total of $200,000,000for
M 1, { this purpose. Wth this money Sweet PINEAPPLE

: he is authorized to make loans ((1)) ]

ly };" y'i, ") and maufacturers offer you their finest values. Before to refinance Indebtedness either secured of farmers or unsecured -, I PICKLES qt 15c 2 .25cPappy's

((2)) to supply working capital for .
t ; \ '( going to the stores to buy, shop here first. Compare farm operations, and (3)) to supply -
funds to enable the farmer to redeem -
r e 4 or purchase farm property i Sandwich

'' f kgr 4 ikgr ,.: prices until you've pleased your purse. You'll save .end lost by within foreclosure the last or involuntarysale two years. PICKLES; pt lOc GRAPE JUICE I E

., These loans will be made to refinance -
PAW t .
fI the farmer: after his debts
; less hours of weary walking. And you'll buy with Jthe have been scaled down or extendedin pInt 1 1tC

conformity with agreements No.POTATOES. l'1RISH ,. .
reached between the creditors and -

s.- I comforting assurance that every dollar has done its dutyl the farmer.
"The amount which the commissioner Pure CreamerBUTTER. /
( may loan to any one farmer
can not.exceed $:SooO. The amountof l lOIhs 13c Ib. 24 4c.W4FT.Y41

the mortgage, together with aU ea. ,
prior mortgages or other evidences ,
It indebtedness secured by the '

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: :. .. -- __Or._ Or ._ __ _.... __ .. BRADFORD COUNTY .TELEGRAPH. 'TARKF. FLORHIA
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I I for a week's stay at the Sigma Convention held at Ocala -- -- .. .. -. ..-- ---. ;44
, I Kappa sorority house party at Tuesday. Mondayand learn that he is so much Improvedthat REOLtTT3ONWhereas Silk la considered unclean by the .9' :
I I Jacksonville Beach. he Is able to be walking God has seen fit to call I Mohammedans because it la the '
Bitsol -- ---...-- -- --- around again and hopes to be able Mrs. L. B Bowling mother of our product of a. worm. i ,.
Mrs. A Z. Adldns, with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Hoover who to enter school again this fall. beloved president, Mrs. W. E. Mid 8 I
'Mra. J. L. Wilkes of Jacksonville have ben upending several day!! dleton to that beautiful home pre "To live with only work Is like % ,
are enjoying a several days visit: at here with Mr,- nd Mrs. C. F. Hoover Friends of J. L. Goodman, local pared for her on high. we the to live in a naked house.!",..-Feotlor, 4 "
local Nevs Hendersonvllle. N. C. returned to their home 1 In Western Union messenger boy, who Woman's Club of Starke ChiUItipIn "
,, Miami Tuesday.Mr. was recently hurt while making a Resolved, that we extent our I I

IT. C C J. 1!. Edwards, of the State Road I dive in the shallow water of Allijra- heartfelt sympathy to our preol! The regents or. the Smithsonian- j
Concerning Our People, Business and 0 Department with headquarters at and Mrs. A. M. Darby anA tor Creek, will be glad to I learn dent and family in this, their sad Institute are empowered to accept:
Macclenny, spent the week-end son. Charles, and'Mr. and Mra J. that he is rapidly recovering and Is bereavement Since human consolation gUts without action of Congress. t
.. Progress of County and Town. here with his family. Morgan Darby aref' moving this expected to be up within a few is so weak and comfortless .

week to their Bummer home at days. wo commend them to the Heavenly France governs 3GU of every 1000 I' 4

.-------Qca.--La---. Hamilton Strickland of Miami i Is Kingsley Lake. --- Father from whence all comfort square mile! In Africa.
spending several weeks at Klngsle! Mrs. Whttlock of Madison, Mr. comes. -
T Long was a visitor to Land were week-end guests of Mr Lake with Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Mrs. C. A. Knight and Miss Cleo and Mra. John Hale and Mrs. Laneof Resolved that a copy of these 'i
Gsinesvllle Monday. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Strickland and family. Shepard were in Gainesville last Lake City were guests Tuesday resolutions be printed In Bradford NAT SEZ 1'
Thursday and Friday where Miss of Misa Cassie White. Mrs. Hale, County Telegraph and a copy be :

R. A Newsora was a visitor to Allen Long. who has been spending Mrs. W. T. Turner and Mr. and Shepard was under the care of a 1 formerly Miss Sadie Whitlock of sent to the above mentioned family, -
I. Jacksonville Monday. several months In Chicago, returned -Mrs. R. J. Turner of New River throat IIpeclallalt.'I I II Madison and Miss White were MRS. L. A. DAVIS That oM Mi)"Ing about too many ''",

home last week.J. spent Friday In Starke with Mr. I class mates at Wesleyan College! MRS. W. B. PARKS, cooks .KpolHn' the broth .mire!! does f J
and Mrs. Oscar Turner. 'at Macon, Ga, :MRS A. WOOD, apply to
I Merrill McMillan was a visitor Mrs. E. M. Thomas, Victor thing that are cookln. j ,
H. and B. Y. Saxon of .. .. .- Committee. In .
last week. Hampton Thomas and niece Miss ull> our Stilt
I Clarice
Myers '
k {to Ft. were transacting business 1 in : Billy Graham of the Universityof Strange of Palatka were week C. L. Stockwell. conservator of ......--- (I'unltol.- It l lok* __ .. t ,

H, Sistrunk was a vlaitor: Starke Tuesday afternoon.Mr Florida. Gainesville, !spent Sun- end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. the Bank of Starke spent the IXOK TIlE HOUSE 0\'Kit.\ to me. like we ; '4 $
1 cyrus Monday. day here with his grandparents. Mills of Jacksonville. week-end in DeLand. with his fam- Take a walk around your home jiint hi \'" too ,,
d j to Jacksonville and Mrs. Charlie Johns and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. ily. Mr. Stockwell was accompanied and property. nituiy rook up :

son of Baldwin were visiting Fryers at Wood's. back to Starke by Mrs. Stock- If are the there!! and! each J ,.
you homeowner
.' L. M Gray of Gainesville was inStance / friends In Starke Saturday. Edwin Sllvernall of Greensboro well and two little daughters. They average one wiuitfl to 1
, you 11 find lots of places!
I | Friday afternoon. N. C., Is spending several weeks in Mrs. Twyman Marshall returnedto will spend several weeks at the where repairs replacements or alterations conk It hili way.By : .
John H. Powell spent Tuesday in Starke with his grandparents, Mr. her home In Jacksonville Wednesday Moore cottage at Klngsley Lake. should be made. The
I I; M. W McEver of Graham was a Ocala where he attended the Post I'' and Mrs. R. M. Sparkman. after spending several days ----- steps are becoming rlckety--the ;the time / .7 ;

,; ,sltor to Starke Tuesday. Office Clerks Association. here with her grandparents, Mr Mrs. E. N. Bedley and two children electric: wiring in the basement and they all get / .
County Agent and Mrs. L. T. and Mrs. R. M. Sparkman. and Miss Eva Lowman and garage Is In poor condllonnew through It's go- I : ,
:: R A. Weeks of Brooker waa aI Misses Louise and Fenella Sny- Dyer of Lake Butler were In brother of Fernandina, were guests plumbing fixtures are needed the In' to be such nmess ''i j ,
I visitor to Starke Tuesday. der were visiting friends in Gainesville Starke last Friday en route to the Little Miss Shirley Rosenberg Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sauls. roof Is beginning to leak-thowo nobody( R 1
r Wednesday afternoon.Dr. 4-H picnic at Kingsley Lake. who has been spending several They were accompanied home by hardwood floors for the living will be able to digest it. t ,
0 J:Phillips; of Lawtey was In weeks here with Mr. and Mrs. Nat little Audrey Bed ley who has been room you've been thinking about ;
Starke Monday afternoon. and Mrs. J. C. Curtis of Or- Mrs. J. M. Roach, of Williston Sternberg and family, left Monday spending several weeks with her so long have never materiallzed- i The way It looks now to ma

ange Heights were guests Sundayof spent last Friday in Starke with for her home In New York. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Saula. the garden and lawn should be re about this $5 and $10 automobile : v
i A. A Hazen of Gainesville was Mr. and Mrs. F., A. Scott. her son-in-law and daughter Mr. Miss Mollle Hardee and .Will juvenatedthe whole house could license tag we were groin to get Is :
I In Starke Friday afternoon. and Mrs. Thomas A. Turner. The many friends of Mrs. Jose- Love Hardee of Fernandina motored do with a new paint Job. The ad- that If you expect to get a tag for
Mr. and Mrs. Glen G. Searing and phine Taylor who has been seriously to Starke last Friday and 'diLlon of a few labor-saving devicesIn $15 you will have to ride a bicycle. 4
H. O. Brown of Lake Butler was. two little daughters spent the Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely of Mac ill at her home on Cherry Street spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. the kitchen would muke your -
I a visitor to Starke Tuesday. week-end at Daytona Beach. clenny spent Sunday with her little will be glad to learn he Is some- L. A. Davis. They were accompanied home a more pleasant and efficient Don't forget that the stores clone WI

son, Billy Blakely, and her parents what improved at this writing. home by Misses Elizabethand place to live In. every Thursday at 12 noon, from .,
A W, Redgrave was a visitor to Mr. and Mrs. Glen G. Searingand Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Baisden. Catherine Hardee who have It's 'now on until September; thin en. j ,i
I Tampa during the week-end.. children will spend the week- I' Mrs. D. D. Oliver and children spent the past two weeks visitingIn thinking! probable of making that such you've been : ablcs the merchants and clerks to 4 $ \
end in Live Oak with relatives. Yancey Williams, a student of and Miss Juanita Dessant of Ft. Starke.A and betterments repairs I take two baths a week Instead of
Paul Moore of Lawtey was in Carlisle School, Bamberg S. C.. Is Lauderdale are here visiting Mrs. as these for several the usual Saturday night affair.
-and' haven't had
years them
| Starke Wednesday afternoon. Ray Colley of Wildwood spent here on a visit with his parents, Oliver and Miss Besiant'a parents house party composed of done because of -
the week-end here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bessant, Sr. Miases Thelma and Melba Silcox the future the nervousness as to A few suggestions and our usual! .
Mrs. Catherine Teare of Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley. and Miss Ruth Rowe, of Lawtey thought you'dbetter low prices follow .
I was a visitor to Starke Monday Fryers Wood's.. Mrs. William Brooker and little and James Lewis, Lester Price keep your money as Intactas ,
possible. That's the kind
Miss May Patchett of Lake City daughter, Elaine, and C. M. Imbachof Robinson and Ralph Cox of Rai- reasoning that has of MMI'H anti Ijidl.W All Wool 4 ; .
T. B. Plnholster of Brooker was was in Starke Tuesday visiting Misses Hazel Adkins, Hazel Mid- Green Cove Springs spent Friday < ford, with Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Silcoxas prolonged the lluthlng Hultu. .._ _. .$i.IIIS '#'
deprennlnn It's
|a business visitor here Thursday. Mrs. C. P. Raymond and family. dleton, Beverly Cady Kitty Hogsedand afternoon in Starke the guestsof chaperones, are spending the that throws the kind of reasoning ..ullrV 1'ujumuM__,__.? .,._.880
out of
Miriam and Rosalind Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. Charles Imbach. week-end at the Robinson cottageat work and men MIMI'N Shorn, (Mport st'le and 3',
Alph Hazen of Brooker was a Charles Imbach and R. W.'Card spent Monday in Jacksonville. KIngsley Lake. makes It Impossible for Black __.__ ________? _.$M)8) ,
them to find new jobs the kind of
I afternoon. business visitors to Green ; ilnn's Shirt und Shorts ISo 8 2So
visitor here Wednesday T. J. of Jacksonville
Poppell and reasonIne!! that cause_ .. hiislo_..___ .In_,<_l.._.._.. ,
Cove Springs Tuesday morning.Mrs. Mrs. J. Morgan Darby has re Col. J. C. Poppell of Plant City are Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and Miss! tries to run at the u MIMI'N Duck or "Snort Trnunpra.DHoMiMt'ii I5.f : ,
Joseph Malpas of Lake City was turned home after a month's visit: spending this week in Starke with Martha Brownlee spent Monday in In decades. production Tim, the kind you ran :' .

J visit Ing friends In Starke Tuesday. Beulah Hunt of Hamptonwas in Fort Myers with her parents,, their father and sister, J. H. Pop- Gainesville with Judge and Mrs. A. point 'ash ____-________ ,_ __. -JOo '
in Starke Friday afternoon visIting Mr. an4 Mrs. Raymond Bylaskl. pell and Miss Ruby Mae Poppell. V. Long. They were accompaniedhome Today you can obtain property- I.adies' t'hirion or service! 05 ? .:
Col H. V. Knight was a recent her sister Mrs. P. J. Pearce. by Milton Brownlee, Jr., a Improvement, of what ever kind,, %'I.lltht UOHO ?_-.____.4lo) ) ,
[professional visitor to Jacksonville. Mrs. L. E. Mosley and childrenof Mrs. N. F. Guilford accompaniedby student at the University of FlorIda for a fraction of what .it would hey Itlun Chambruy Shirts.._SDc 4'
Van H. Priest of Madison, owner the State Farm were in Starke her sister, Mrs. Ernest Martin who will spend his summer Vacation have cost you five or ten years ago.You'll Men'* Work Hhlri. Blue or i

Joseph E. Wilson waa transact- of the local 5 and lOc store, was a Friday visiting Mrs. Mosley's par- of Haines City leaves today for a with his parents, Mr, and probably never be able to Grey -----------__--- _.._._40o : T ::4
ing business In. Jacksonville Mon- business visitor to Starke Wednes- cuts Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Manning. visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. buy BO cheaply agaln--It's almost I.. i 1
Idiy. ,day. Mrs. T. A Sweat of Quitman Ga certain that prices will rise sharply During the next few months i ,
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Leon A. Gray and, In the near future. You'll be get- when business Is quiet. I will appreciate -

Mrs. George W. Roberts of Law- "Lenthal Wyman of the U. S. For- Mary and Madge, spent! the Mrs. J. C. Robinson and daughter sons', Leon, Jr., and Robert have ting an amazingly big constructiondollar's a call even If you dont
|ley was a visitor to Starke Tues- estry Station at Lake City was a first of the week In Jacksonville Vera Claire and Mrs. Llllie S. gone to Apalachicola where Mrs. worth. And you'll be putting buy becauso I have to pay the y, '!
lay. business visitor to Starke Wednesday visiting Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stith. Lewis and little .granduon Granville Gray and the children will upend. men to work putting money rent anyhow BO might as well stay ,?!

., ?, K. Lewis, Jr., left Monday for the summer with her parents, Mr. and Into payrolls and salary checks open. '& :: .-;
4.tr& L. H. K'll! of Lawtey was a Mrs. E. J. Dowling and children Apopka where they will make their and Mrs. John H. Hoffman. Mr. purchase orders Don't forget .
[visitor! to Starke Monday after- Miss Estelle Kendrick will attend who have been spending several home Gray will spend the summer in Tallahassee that jobs are cheaper than charityand
noon. the Junior-Senior Prom at the Uni- weeks here with relatives have returned ---. -- working on the state -- that only jobs make charity NAT STERNBERG

versity of Florida, Gainesville, to- to their home in Ft. Meade. Misses Hazel and Lois Adkins,, grading committee and teaching In possible. Industrial News Review. : 4

Carl Ward of Jacksnvllle was a night. Beverly Cady and Margaret Ad- summer school. p Starke, Florida ,: nI .
[visitor! to Starke Saturday after- Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Jr.. and kins from Gainesville will spend "The '"Mason and Dixon Line" was 1 iIi
boon. Mrs. E. M. Thomas has as guests small son, Hugh Lewis, of Atlanta the week-end at the Zeta Tau Alpha Miss Marylee Wynn, daughter of I surveyed to settle a dispute between ]
Miss Edna B. Mills of Jacksonvilleand Ga., are visiting Mrs. Brownlee's house party at Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn of Hampton Lord Baltimore and the }[) CLAYS i j1'L\\
Mrs. Sina Kite Butch Is spending Miss Clarice Strange of Pa- parents, AIr: and Mrs. M. Leviton. teach. who hall been enjoying a visit. Penn family, proprietors of Mary
[everal days In Jacksonville with latka. here with Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott land and Pennsylvania, rexnec- HAyS (MNOCROUS INOS :
Jfriencla. Mrs. L. A. Davis entertained her Mrs. Herbert Durden and claugher and Mr. and Mrs. J. T Quigley lively. j

Mrs. L. A. Brown and daughter. Sunday School class of boys and Betty Jo, who have been vlsit- since her graduation as a nurse
Miss Inez Dempsey of Louise Miss Iris, of Brooker were visiting Mrs. T. Olson's class of girls at a Ing at the home of Mrs. Durden from the Flagler Memorial Hospital, The League of Nations has a
pas a visitor to Starke Friday aft- friends in Starke Sunday after picnic at Kingsley Lake last Fri I parents> Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch In St. Augustine, Is visiting friends committee of Inquiry tut to the
moon.S. noon. day. I have returned to their home i In in St. Augustine and Bunnell this practicability of reforming the calendar -
Monticello.Mr. week. Miss Wynn will also attend .
Church of Keystone Heights Mrs. David Moore and two little Mrs. Ernest Martin of Haines the graduation of her friend. Miss
ai a visitor to Starke Thursday daughters of Lawtey were in City has been spending several and Mrs. John Hoffman and Margaret Johnson aa a nurse from
morning. Starke Friday afternoon visiting days here with her brother-in-law Mrs. Ette Hoffman of Apalachicola the West Palm Beach Hospital STOP! AT 1?' r 1

friends. and sister Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Guil- and Mrs. C. A. Mayes of Eufaula while away. l'iiilo.ophersmaycoumcfyoij: 4'
Mrs. Eurle Spires of Lake But- ford. Ala, and J. P. Hoffman of Tampa VIOLA'SFor bract conctminu the danger which P ri i ..
|or was a visitor to Starke Friday :Mra. A. W. Redgrave Is expected have been recent guests of Prof. MKTHODIST\ CIIUKCII these modem life. You see :
r lornlng home this week from a two weeks Mrs. Agnes I. Webster program and Mrs. Leon Gray. Sunday School 10 a.m. of dnninrri In the expert- ..J : '
visit with relatives in Peters director of the Florida Fish and Young People's Meeting. 7pm. Good Sandwichesand the encCl greateitl others.! Fire I II one o( .1 '

Miss June Smith of Jacksonville burg. Va. Sea Food Industries Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Taylor and Preaching, morning and and evening 'i. ,:i .I. .
here' visiting her father Junlua was a business visitor to Starke little son of Miami arrived her 11am. and 8 p.m. ICE COLD BEER Why Jcluy having your Insurance .
'. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Trigff'of Friday. Monday to be at the bedside of MrTaylor'a A good attendance desired at Ask For Our Price reviewed and adjusted ?o .. ''
on Canes toyourprcsentncedalbdays? .i
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these services. Sacrament of theLord's
Jacksonville spent Sunday in I mother. Mrs. Josephine Adjoining redunicrou( -anj expenilvcl :s l
F. E. Wallace of Clearwater baa Starke the guests of Mr. and Mrs. David W. Moore of Lawtey. who Taylor, who Is seriously ill at her Supper. Sinclair :
|een a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Saul. with his father J. H. Moore are home on Cherry Street. W F. JONES, Pastor. Service Station HAROLD C. WALL ilL F .
V. G Where You let Your Haile. spending several weeks in Fort INSURANCE i 0: '!
O. J. Griffia of the Lake Butler Meade, was a visitor to Starke Sat- Miss Aggie Bush Johnson of NOTICE I and Accessories.
When you have news items fore Motor Co., Lake Butler was a urday. Hawthorne and Miss Martha Wil I will not be responsible for any .-. ---- .- -.-..n-.--_-_---__---.-.--_-_-_--.. __._ STARKE. FLORIDA t .: h
Telegraph. call Mrs. Lloyd business visitor to Starke Tuesday llama of Arcadia were in Starke bills contracted by my wife Mrs.

Preen at 29JR. afternoon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thomas and Monday en route to Jacksonville. Levy Sweat. ,.
I two children of Wildwood were They were accompanied to the city LEVY SWEAT. SUGAR 5 Jbs 23c p Cj -,

P Nolan, cross tie operator and Mrs. J. H. Gill an |t Maxvllie, was a business visitor Jackie Joe Murden of Jacksonville parents Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Miguel Cervantes ((1347-1616)), _
Starke Misses Mildred, Pauline and Jo- Spanish poet spent most of his life Maxwell
Tuesday. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.J. Thomas. in House COFFEE !b..28c
M. Alvarez. sephine Strode of New York CltY'1' ; : ..
1. P, Thomas of Green Cove, Mrs. V.: .. K. Canova and Miss 'owners of the Id. Austin Fancy Blue Rose RICE 8 Ibs. 25c
Pringi was a caller at The Tele- Col. and Mrs. J. C. Adklna of Mary Canova spent Sunday after. spending several weeks in Starke '; 5 _

raph office Friday, Gainesville were ir Starke Sunday noon in Gainesville with Mr. and I looking after their property and RITZ THEATRE 2LOz. Sweet Mixed PICKLES ._ 15c ft t: _
visiting Mr. Adkina' mother Mrs. Mrs. F. A. Canova and John J having repairs made>oa same.
I Mrs. -.. -.---- Large can TOMATOES 7c
Florence E. Canova and Alice Adkins. Canova.Mr. STARKE, FLORIDA .
pra. A congenial party composed oMlaaea
George B.
Flynn were in Jack- '
'DvllIe Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McLendon of and Mrs. S. T. Dell and Miss Ruth and Lillian Sternbergand MATINEE EAGLE FLOUR j' .

I Jacksonville spent Sunday in Olive Dell and S. T. Dell, Jr.. of Miss MIna Manassa and S. R Monday A UitLieHdity 3:30 P. 31.. 24 Ibs.. 65c 12 Ibs. 36c 6 Ibs 20c 'U '
G. P Wadsworth. naval stores Starke with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Gainesville have moved to their Johns Arthur Manassa and Harry; NIGhT SHOWS DAILY .
rator of Hampton was a visitor Nasworthy.Mr. cottage at Klngsley Lake for the r Tyson of the State Farm npen '7:43: and 0:19: I*. M. FEED
1 Starke Wednesday. summer Sunday at Fernandina Beach. HATI/TID

,- and Mrs. J. D. Doyle with Continuous SOO: to 11:00: P. :M.PROGRAM Corn .. ._ ,_ _- -,_ __ 1.45 _
Ii V. Saxon and G. W. Hinsin of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Penny of Betty and R. L. Epperson Jr.. Lester Price Robinson who hall Oats
'npton. were transacting busl- Jacksonville spent Sunday at Jacksonville of Jacksonville are enjoying a vIsit been attending the University of ____ _._ ..$1.50 Lt
w'D' tarke Tue Beach. with their grandparents. Sheriff Florida. Gainesville; Is spendingthis Sweet Feed 80 cent !
day. HEGIJVM.VU JUNE Z per .___ __ $1.75 .
and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, at Kings- week In Starke with friends ; ;

[Owen Griffin of St. Augustine Fryers at Wood's. ley Lake. before going to Apopka to join his Friday -. Saturday June Z S Shorts __ ___ _ .$1.50 :: _
In Starke parents> Mr.'and Mrs. .1. C. Robin- A Good r1
ter Tuesday visiting hla "Robinson Crusoe" BROOM __ .__ _...20c
.Xn. son.
E. I... Biggs. Mrs. Felton Varnadoe who has Mrs. J. L. Frazee is spending -

been a patient in St. Vincent Hospital several week with her aon-ln-Iaw DOL'GLAM FAIRBANKSMon.Tur LARD, 4-lb. pkgs. .. _ .?__ _28c
Mrs. for several days returned and daughter Mr. and Mra Taylor The many friends of little Jack 45-lb .
Wmfd Lawrence tins _
son of Brooker were Wiggina vlsl- home Tuesday. Belcher, at Garrison-on-Hudson lalle, who was so seriously burned ..-W' '
lr' to Starke Saturday. New York. 21 months ago,, will be glad to EDDIE CANTOR All SNUFF, 3 for .. __ .25c .' .

CoL --.. Mrs. E. Gillison of Live Oak has .... ... In Golden Grain or Bull Durham 6 for .25c _
and Mrs J. E. Futch of De- been a recent guest of her son-in- Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Beasley of "Kid From Spain"With .:

law and daughter Mr. and Mra. Gainesville were in Starke Thursday Say it with Flowers Lyda Ilolwrtl. Ruth hall VINEGAR, Fancy:, qt. u .. 15cWe 3t

M A Glen G. Searing. -- '. ley's afternoon parents Mr.visiting and Mrs.Mrs. Beaa-J. C. p p ..,...... Robert Young/GirlsThursday and The Ooldwyn i-; _____

WORfl Miss Margaret Adkins of Gainesville Manning. wish to announce the
opening of Fresh .iV.
Flowers For All a Meat De '1 ______
is spending this week in Only June 8 partment where a full line of the best meats can be obtained ______
COLUMN Starke the guest of her cousin Mra. Roy Bence, who baa spent .. ...- .. FAMILY DAYTha at a reasonable price. _
Miss Lola Adkins. the put month here with her I .

1\RT.'. -5 r )om fur- mother Mra. Lalla Chase, sailed GERTRUDE CODBEY Whole Immediate Family _ ItLf''
ed. Conve cottage Col. and Mrs. H. V. Knight. Mra. Wednesday for her borne in Cambridge Admitted -__._-_..We '
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Lorga -antly and Mrs.xD. Maaa. To 8e _
H. B. McLendon JONES
5-20-3t Knight motored to I Phone 39 Waldo, FJa. "The Circus Queen Murder" IOREI
ll ."- .M:.tthews Cottage I Monday afternoon. E.I Mrs. Jeanette C. Young accompanied Occasions Adolphe Menjou, Greta Nluwfn

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dren of Miami visited friends here and wished Mss Ritch many happy do were visiting friends and rela-
4 returns of the day. tives here Sunday.F. .
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Friday Saturday.
4' TO TUB CORRESPONDENTS: BROOKER N. Norman and daughter,
4 Mrs. G. W. Roberta was shopping I I
ex Please try and !send In new In Jacksonville Tuesday. Locale ttlmm Vera o U. .,.. C.". Mattie, were in our section Mon- : : I
We were favored with a nice little day afternoon.
Items every week to the paper Richard and Guilda Marie Thede
to that Mr.
section last We are report
rain in this Sunday. sorry
not later than Tuesday. We left Sunday night for Chicago) to Cucumber packing la over here
welcomed too and Mrs. John McKlnney'a baby Is
And it was really ,
want every' of the county attend the Century of Progress Ex for this season. Because of the dry
for the in this section were 111 at this writing.
represented' In The Telegraph, I position. They will also visit relatives crops weather very few cucumber were I
almost perished from a lack of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reynolds, .
and we will gladly furnish station In Minneapolis and St. Paul, produced. Mrs. Etta Reynolds; and Mrs. Irvin

*ry and stamps upon re- linn., before returning home. rain.Mr.. and Mrs. Bob Rivers and L. O. and Purvis Hazen are Dyal attended church at Rock .

ti queat. Mrs. W. F. Moore and children children of Lake Butler were here spending some time in South Caro Sunday. .
returned home Tuesday from Ocala Monday afternoon visiting friends. Una working with the cucumber 1

where she has been visiting her Miss Robbie Rivers of Lake packing. to

LAWTEY parent, Rev. and Mrs. E. D. Boys Butler was here over the weekendas Miss Omegia Dukes of Five Mile VANDERBILT ,.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wells and the guest of Miss Hazel Red and brother, Van Dukes, of Lake of

r ti O. J. Phillip. Oor. children are spending the week as Butler were visiting friends and Canla Bell H' ..nmmm, c....
guests of relatives in Brunswick, dish.Mr.. and Mrs. E. W. Tompkins relatives here Saturday. .

Jones Bros. Add Market Ga.Mr. and children were in Lake City Mra. J. J. Morgan and son, Clar- Mrs. Ellen Barber and Robert I

1 Jones Bros., who recently movedto and Mrs. J. M. Reddish and Saturday afternoon visiting rela ence, of Five Mile spent the week- Taylor of Jacksonville were the ,

the building next to the bank, children visited relatives in the tives. end here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. ;

this week have added a first class Corinth section Sunday. E. B. Andrews and John Dowling L. Morgan.T. M. Norman Sunday.
i, I It meat market to their grocery and Those attending the fight Tues- were In Jacksonville the past weekon W. Markey left Saturday to Kenneth Nettles and Carl Baetyof m"'llt.'I: of

? will carry a complete line of Florida day evening In Gainesville were business. attend the World's Fair at Chi- Lake City were visiting in this : .
Mr. and Mrs F. R. Caradine, T. T. that is
and Western meats. The bungalow being cago, III.Miss section Sunday afternoon.F. ,
Darley, J. B. and Clyde Rowe. erected here by Paul Knabb, a local M. Norman and daughter, of
Louise Webb who has been
left Thursday -
Charles Dinkins
Mrs. turpentine operator, Is nearing
Mattie, were visiting in New River .
Corn time in Jacksonville -
Ships Sweet for Hot Springs Ark., where completion. spending some
Friday saw the first of the sweet she will spend some time visiting with friends and< relatives has Sunday morning. .
corn movement from here when H. relatives and friends. returned to her home here.L. Misses Mary and Mildred Alva-

N. Abraham, a colored farmer, The correspondent will appreciate A. Brown and son. Artford, rez spent Friday night with Miss
several crates RISING and E. A. to Reddish of Ralford.
shipped by express any notes of general Interest Gainey were attending of1 .
'. : to nearby markets. business In Jacksonville Thursday. A large crowd young people
will hand him not later than
you .. .. .
H. M. .Ra. C attended the party given at the
cc; It Is thought by growers that the Mr. and Mrs. U A. Mints of
Tuesday evening. home of Mr. and Mra. Raiford Red- T.
: corn movement from here will be! Jacksonville spent Sunday herewith
very small this season on account Rev. C. A. Crosby filled his regular I Mrs. Mintz's parents, Mr. and dish Saturday night.
4 ;' ,+ k of continued dry weather and small appointment at Corinth Sun Mrs. L. R. Gainey. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norman and
RAIFORD Russell Norman spent part of last
4 ;, acreage planted this season. day.Mrs. I Services are being held at the
(- I Bed Keroe Cor. Ophelia Moore and son, Pentecost Church by Rev Jake week in Manatee visiting relativesand
friends. -
M1 ? "i Robbery Sunday Buford, of Ft. Myers are spending Hurst of High Springs. Everybodyis
Miss Mary Alvarez Is spending a t
here with relatives.
a few days '
Sunday while the family was I Invited to attend.
i while with her Mrs.
sister Irving
the home of V. R. Reddish Kalford Whip Hampton Lawton Crawford of Jacksonville -
away Eld. W. M. Moody and Tom
Debose, who is ill at Worth-
with home run very
l Being favored a
this section
was entered by a thief who gained was a visitor to Crawford passed through here Sun- Ington Springs.We .
by the local's Higgin-
entrance the window Friday.
by removing
route to Rock Church.
of day en are glad to hear that Mrs
botham, and a lot good playing
A revolver all that
screen. was and
Y Frank Thomas daughter
those church G. L. who has been ill is improving'
f from other members of the team Among attending Sapp, -
was reported missing. There was Lucile, were visiting Mr and
I the Raiford Strawberries groundout services at Rock .Church Sunday .
a bullet hole through a glass win- Mrs. N. D. Green in Heilbronn sec I
their diamond Mr. and Mrs. H.: P. Gainey, Mrs. Myrtle Adkins and childrenof
( another victory on were
\ ;, dow which Indicated that the rob .
bery was by an amateur., last Sunday afternoon when tion Monday.Mrs. L. R. Gainey, Mrs. H. Gainey, Mrs. Jacksonville spent last week And the Worst is Yet to Come---
they whipped a team from Hampton Walter Underhill, Mrs. F. J. J. Morgan and son, Clarence, andB. with relatives and friends of this __
M. White and Mrs. L. E. Halti- --- -- ,...- '0
by a score of 114. Some F. Hazen.L. section.
'F Our Local .. .... -
ri Fighters catches by Ritch of third base and wanger spent Friday with Mr. and D. Polk and Miss Martha : Remember B. Y. P. U. every Sun- '", !.

4 1 Tuesday evening at the Armory the wonderful work of First Base- Mrs. T. N. Norman in Heilbronn Groover spent Sunday in New ,day night at 8 o'clock and prayer _--- -.
In Gainesville of local
t one our pugi- man Jones proved a feature of the section. River as guests of Miss Essie Sapp. meeting every Wednesday night at

frl "' lists, Tom Beck, took a defeat at game. Manager S. A. Bryant tookit Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Barber of Church services will be held at 8 o'clock. Everyone Is Invited to I rte'o :-i-1--q1 c)
the hands of Jimmie Griffin Valdosta
of upon himself to hold down sec- Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and the Baptist Church Sunday by Rev.G. attend and,take part In our Bible I, "" .. ,...
Ga., which seemed to be a I 1. .
I ond base and did some playing Mrs. W. R. Halslop Sunday. E. McGauley.At study.A : ; ....
i one-sided affair fin
from start to .
that deserves comment. A game Miss Alice Edwards of Heilbronn large crowd from this section -"IIIi' i
lab.i the close of the summer : .
t i Vernon Rowe will be played this week with Graham spent Saturday here with her school last week Principal A. E. attended the singing Thursday .. t
won the decision on their diamond and we no brother-in-law and sister, Mr and 'night last at the home of Mr. and '."
Alex Maxwell returned to his home In /.. !
over Monohan of Jacksonville -
more than expect to rack up an- Mrs. Tate Alvarez. Mrs. W T. Crosby of Rising sec ...e.'p-
in their of rounds. Green Cove Springs. ,. '
eight .
go Miss Edna Lewis was visiting .. :
other victory. '
Mrs. Lee Harrel of Jacksonville tion.Miss 1t -4'--I
Miss Elinor Connor In Water Oak Susie Johnson of Raiford
Personal Garage Change' Hand section Saturday. 1 spent Sunday here. spent Tuesday night with Misses; :,,'"
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Crosby passed !
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Whitehead The garage that was formerly Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crosby had. Mattle and Corra Belle Norman. tt '
through here Monday en route to
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returned Sunday from Birmingham operated by: M. R. Hlghsmlth here as dinner guests last Wednesday, their home In Youkon. They had Little Evelyn Bloodworth returned '\ 'It..t
Ar a where they have been visiting the on the State Farm and Lake Butler Mrs. L. E. Haltwanger and little home Sunday from spending :
been to Ocala where they attended .:
r ,iv_ .. past two weeks. highway was sold to C. U. Crews granddaughter Debris, of Jacksonville the postmasters' convention.Miss a week with her aunt, Mrs. El- : 1-r1L
Postmaster R. R. Thede attended last week. David Richard of Lake Mrs. T. N. Norman and Alice Roberts of Lacrosse len Barber of Jacksonville.Miss .., j

the Florida Association of Postmasters Butler will be in charge of the me- children of Heilbronn and Mrs. H. la a business visitor here this week. Flora Edwards and brother,

a and League District Poet- chanical department, and he needs M. McRae. Hogan Smith of Sampson was J. V., of Brooker were the dinner

wasters held at Ocala May 2930. no Introduction, as Dave was herea Mr. and Mrs. Paul Underhill of visiting here Saturday.Miss 1 guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Ed-

Mrs. J. L. Hightower of Miami few years back and Is well knownas Vanderbilt section spent Saturday Lucile Webb is spending wards Sunday.The .

"I visiting her daughter Mrs. O. J. a good mechanic. Carl Crews, night with Mr. and Mrs. Walter some time in Jacksonville with farmers of this section arc

t f t Phillips, for a few days. a brother of Clyde will manage Underhill friends. very glad to have the rain to fall

R F. Moore of Hamlet, N. C., is the business, and sell parts for automobiles H. M. and A. R. McRae motoredto Emery Matheny and Lloyd Wil- on their crops this week. It was

k ;' spending his vacation at the home In the future. Graham Thursday. son were attending to business In needed very much.
7 rc of his parents, Mr and Mra. J. H. After spending several days herewith Starke Monday. Messrs. Fred Halslop and Enoch I II

) Moore.Mr. Milan" Hitch Honored relatives Mrs. L. E. Haltwan- Kelly of Rising section were trans rucrrie11 I

and Mrs. H. B. Arwood A birthday party was given at gee and children left last Sundayfor acting business in this section I I
e and children left Tuesday for Chi- the home of Miss Hazel Reddish their home in Jacksonville. GRAHAM Monday morning.We .

cago where they will attend the last Saturday night In honor of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Halalop was are sorry to learn that little ,
J World's Fair and on their return Miss Almeta Rltch. Many games visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis Ml. Ellen "0..0.. Cor. Milton Norman Is suffering from

v trip will visit relatives and friendsin were played, and a course of delicIous Sunday afternoon. broken blood vessels and a frac- \
Birmingham, Ala. sandwiches and tea was served :Mr. and Mrs. E. Lewis and little Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reynolds left tured bone In his leg. u w '

Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Blount returned the guests at u late hour. The daughter, Agnes, of Heilbronn was Sunday for Windermere where >

""c to their home In Ft. Meyers honoree received many nice pres- visiting relatives here Saturday. they will make their home. China's principal manufacturesare ....
s Sunday.Mr. ents and gifts from her friends. Remember prayer meeting every Mrs. Eva Strickland Is visiting silk, cotton, linen and pottery.

and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins were Music was furnished by Dave and Wednesday night at Corinth and at her sister-in-law, Mrs. Dewey Peace with Great Britain wall .

= Sunday visitors to Starke. Zac Kerco. Pine Level church every Friday Strickland of Ocala, who is 111. proclaimed at Williamsburg, May 1, c.L- .. .. -
y Frank MUter returned to his Every one departed at a late hour alght. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal of Orlan! 1783. _
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4FI We are pleased to report that ; t + L i MAIN ,THING ON MAIN STREET" By L. F. Van ZebniJuity
Mrs. G. T. Pearce, who has been

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I L larger than any of the foregoing been unusually brisk more than through the windows of her coupe I( tOI NTY Sl'PhR1YT1.11)EYT'a account, of current dally balances or I "a

opened here Saturday with a student doubling the previous week's total and set fire to the women's clothes. MONTHLY" FI'II-' ''\IC"I U. r\TR-;:- time deposits ,. '

r production of the Shakespearian ; it was said today. Up to Wednesday Crawling toward the river they MRNT .'OI'ITO'UOOL' FVM Wltnea my hand this 18th day of ;i a ,
play, "Much Ado About Nothing Hrnrtfonl County for the month of February 1981. \ : '
STATE I of last week 43 carloads had found a steep embankment but decided April. 1983: A J HUFFIS, e ''i,, "
NEWSNews the
Augusta Conradi Theatre been shipped. The first melons to to take the chance of divingin. tinrrmt School Fund County Superintendent.NOTICW "

go out of Polk County, it la under They did and the water extinguished Overdraft April I. __ __ 5744 07 OP1 TIIK APPLICATION! tr I
n Florida in Short Paragraphs stood were forwarded from thin the burning clothing Ourlnic month 41S440 FOPS niSOIIAHOR) AS ADMINIS9 \ '; I'
IIAID BOLJTA HOUSE place. Shipments this week had They crawled out again apparently Overdraft Mav 1 _____._817581 To IKATOM Whom It !May Concern ","; t
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= Alleging that totaled nearly 100 cars. The little the worse for the experience. Ralano April 1_ __No_ .__t___ __ (07111 Notice la hereby given that theander.lgned j"
bolita a. Administrator of the
Tampa Interests were attempting )Hwrehita! durlna' month ,
weather has been good for hand t2270 IBntate of William r
O Fornythe, deceaced. > !
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Warrant __
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-- ling shipments and prices are said SHRINKAGE OF CITY Ralano May L._ __ _-._ 63Ot23nut. having fully and aatlafaotory f I
County sheriff's deputies to. ST. AUGUSTINE of dlcharged and performed hi duties i 'I
to have held up well. :-Shrinkage No. a administrator ,
a* of the above ald "
FOREST GROUP ARRIVES BRINGS IN 525,000 FISH day reported the arrest of four the city limits from boomtime pro Overdraft Receipt. dnrlnir April month 1----------_____ J1SOI estate. will on the I6th day of Jun. it ,
A second detachment FERNANDINA Capt. Bonnie men one a negro whom they POUT portions to something nearer the Warrant during; month.____. 74237 181. apply to the County lf.JIw, ;, ,.t t
OCALA FEES INCREASE hl office In Starke
charged with Ralanc 1. ___ __..__.__.__ for
i the civilian conservation here Willis brought his boat "Kingfish operating a head MIAMI-Customs collections for : confines of a few years earlier Is May No. 9 837 SOHIM. charge a* administrator of said slate. .

:.mberlrg 67 men. arrived er" Into port with the largest catchof quarters for bolita ticket peddlingand the port of Miami this month have being considered by the city com Ralanc April 1------------- 400440 J. A. Bayleei,
week from Fort Screven, with commercial fish registered here throwing here. The three white totaled mission. The commission yesterday )Hfiil.|>t. during: month __-172H 86 ..H-.t.1-.. nl.trator. I+
$38,32082 __
the Warrant _
marking during month M BOllalani '
laSt T j Sheridan In command.sfrnew in two seasons Captain Willis men paid their fines of $75 each, fourth month In the received a report from a committee ,* May 1.__. _____ _-_ ,8701166 4, v
port's history :\0'1'1111 TO
brings the had in the hold while one of them paid an additional of n..... No. 4rtnlancH ,
contingent 525,000 fish taken composed R. !
that collections passed $30.00. Customs April 1._______ ___ 8U of men in camp to 211.FRCIT tff Cumberland Island of the southwestern $5 and costs for carrying a officials said attributedthe J. Masters. V J. Mickler and E. J. durlnir month. 380 Notice la hereby given that all i
they ,
legatee dletrlbuteea and +
repeating rifle without license. Warrant. during month.__ __
Georgia coast. Several returning Increase this month to customs Wishard. The report suggested the Balance May I_______________ 6D8.4iI all the periona. having claim against
FLY LOSSweeks boats reported catches varying duty paid beer excluding of areas which have received >U.. No. 1 *tat of Alice Humphrey de- 1
on Imported from ceased '
are hereby requested tu
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In two from 200,000 to 400,000 fish. KIDNAPING CHARGE Cuba. The largest collection In the' no benefit, or so slight a Overdraft" April month I .216.03( cent their claim to; the honorable f
sANFOBD Kocvlpt during 1801>114>
many fruit growers have NEWPORT RICHEY-Bob Valentine port's history was April 1931, benefit as not to Justify the retention Werranta, during month 1500 tlra K ior..r& ,' r;, County Florida,Judge for hi of* Jl'
te claims for the Federal SWELLS CUSTOMS 27, was arrested on a kid when Commodore W. K. Vanderbilt of the territory in the city Halanca' May Slim 1----------. .. No. 'T 87J II approval within one (1) year from '/ n tP' '

pinned naping charge here ConstableL. limits. nnlnncn April ______ _______ date hereof or this notice will beheld rJ
to give relief due tothe MIAMI-Importation of beer by docked his German yacht and paid 1 41SA4 In bar thereto and all peraona i (
government KpcAlpt month r
has caused. U. Poole after he had been foundon import It. during 11063 I Indebted tn Maid elate are request* ,
the fruit fly from Cuba Is credited by Federal duty on That month's Warrants during: month_ I
havoc been estimated that overjTOOOOOhas officials here with swelling customs a boat with Edna Arnett, aged i iII total was $$296,300. JUDGE ASKS PROBE Ha lane* May L___ _. __ _____ 626.86l ed to the to pay undernlgned their said."debt...,Hor.forthwith j

,It baa been lost. collections of the port of Miami !, his sister-in-law off Sapp's MIAMI-Federal Judge Halstead April)Ut.1 No._ .Ntlt'erdraft ___ 441.03Hrrtlpi I s-D-et-6-80.thin 6th day of May A., A.a. ciiiowa D. 1182 ,,r ''f f

above $30,000 for the fourth landing on the Gulf Coast several NEAR FIST FIGHT L. Ritter of Miami today asked fora durlnir month'__-- 8.10
Warrant. during month ___ I i
FIND BIAYOR'S BODY month In the port's history. The miles from here. Valentine arrested TALLAHASSEE!:-Florida legislators congressional Investigation of Ov.rIrartIav! I ._. '.' ____ 41902 BOREE & GIDDENS t
of J. C. on complaint of the girl'sfather his conduct in office and simultaneously 1>.... :No. 10
CHIPLEY-The body total thus far In May la $$38,320.82, almost sawia fist fight on rtnlanc. April 1----------- S71 61Mrrnlpta FUNERAL DIRKCTORaCackvt t ji
60 mayor and planter of the customs office reported. This Charles Arnett was givena the House floor last Friday. Rep Representative J. Mark durlnir month__-___.. SCO l>l>i>.lajr R_m NMI D**..tAt ,
BruMon. who accidentally fell Is approximately $5,000 more than preliminary hearing pleaded not resentatives Robineau and Brownof Wilcox (D Fla.), introduced at Warrant. luring month_____ D......'. WarkMCBIVCRD ....
Samson Ala., Balance May 1______________ ITT.11IMat.
Cboctawhatchee River last for March which was the third guilty and was bound over to the Dade County (Miami) came together Washington a resolution directingthe No. II EMDALMER"A.b.la.o. 1 i
t ID the was recovered month the higher court under bond of $1,000. in inquiry. "It seems to be an Overdraft April I______ __._ 1$.16Krlpta 5.r.lee" '
while fishing port ever passed $30,000 a battling mood during '
FrldliY 1 during month._____ 68.43Wariant Always heady ".0. a-ol"
Saturday. A wife and six in collections an argument over passage of a open season on Federal judges during month.tialanca __ _. M to 11 IllTrU Aver Ja.a.mTllU J '
PRESIDENT Til,VNKS HIM race track bill but held and I'm ready" said Judge Ritter May 1 __________hn 48.tl qI
survive. apartby
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ARSENIC VIOLATORSTALLAHASSEEFlorida I I MIAMI-Armand J. Johnson, Jr., other House members and no when told of Wilcox's action. He, Overdraft. April I____________ /61.RlRotnipt n r. TV V 'u"-- ltA

BEER DEALERS PAY growers 11, has a letter from President blows were exchanged. Ill-feeling said he requested the investigation Warrant. .* during during month month_ ___ 78.SO t

MIAMILegalization of 3.2 beer who spray citrus trees with Roosevelt to show to his play between the two rcprcsenatlvcn because of "persistent" rumors and Balance May L_______ _._____ 11.40l
$6,265 In revenue to arsenic are violating the law Nathan mates. Armand recently composeda broke out when Robineau told "charge x x x against my Integrityas .l,.. No. lit ATLASThe ,
.iaa brought of the Federal Court" for Overdraft April 1____________ 1 .2HHnrelpt
City of Miami W. E. Nichols Mayo commissioner of agri- poem recounting the activitiesof Brown, "No sit down" when judge during month___ __ XI\.00
the His sent Brown asked the Southern Florida District. Warrant durlnir month.- _.- o
the President. if Robineau would
Inspector announced last culture said recently. The commissioner parents '
license ; i Overdraft Mav 1------------ 188.28Dims. (>, ,
week. Nichols said license were issued said he had been advise this to the White House. The President's yield the floor.DROUTH No. 18 Standard Oil ,t, t.l
____.____ .
Overdraft April J. 41 47Itouelpt
to 21 wholesale dealers and that a few growers already had reply appreciated dill-Inn; month.__ 211.40
I retailers. sprayed their groves with arsenic Armand's kind thoughts and extended IS \M.\G1NG TAMPA-A born thief will steal Warrant durlnir month ____ Tire Guaranteed ,
845 Overdraft Mnv 1. ._ IS.07
wishes. Armand a anything. There is James Trlbllng -
thinking they would be protectedby good WAUCHULA A prolonged Ill,... No. IT' {'
STATE GETS $42.128 a bill pending in the Legislaturewhich sixth grade student came here recently drouth is seriously injuring HardeeCounty's for example. A negro. He stole Overdraft April 1..__ _-___._ 8H.71Uecelpt One Year '

TALLAHASSEE-Legalized beer would amend present arsenic with his parents from Or spring pepper crop, largest a wholse case of castor oil. In Warrant*.diirlntv during-month11.80 month._,...,_

produced 42129.60 in funds for laws. lando. in this county's history accord. criminal court he confessed to the Overdraft MIIV 1. ____-____ 7T.41ItUt NN.NNN.N a tIt

I the Florida treasury In the first -- Ing to growers and buyers here. theft aa he stood in the dock"before Overdraft April" 1_No.____IN_______ 75I>.42 1 $;:
I two weeks it was on sale In the DRYS ISSUE CALL, IUPLr.a" WANTS SKUNKJACKSONVILLE Fifteen or twenty cars are yet to Judge Petteway. The castor oil Receipt. durlnir month _.. __ 257.83
Warrant month.........
I State figures in the comptroller'soffice ORLANDO-For the purpose of -A Jackson be shipped but this volume may be was stolen from Steve Cusumano, Overdraft; dining-May 1--------- BOl.80 Frigidairethe y
belief in the cause reduced 1112 Nebraska Avenue. "Yas, lnlrrr. and Nlnklac fundNn. iitVt
show Of the total $34,860 "reaffirming our vllle-owned skunk Is to be placedin considerably if the dry

I from the 6 cents per gallon was of temperance and prohibition" a the private zoo of Robert L. Rip- weather continues. Only 03 inchesof jedge I stole It, all right" said Tlalnnre April 1.__..3___..__ __,SUR.42Kmelpta 3'
I collected by the comptroller from statewide "emergency prohibitionconvention" ley noted cartoonist as soon aa rain fell this month accordingto James. "I thought it might come during month____ 8H3.01) i three year guar- j '
Warrant ... ., I ,
In handy some time. Shoo nuff I'' during month.-
I brewers and distributors.TO has been called for Or. negotiations can be cmpleted. It the local weather station. Pep- llalance. May 1-.______ .__*_.402011 p
used two bottles of it. But later I
lando for June 20. The convention, was learned yesterday. A negro per Is bringing the growers $1 a No. a and 85 I anted electric refrigerator -
took the rest of it back to the valance April L_______ ____ .7T22.40Receipt t j
REIMBURSE PINE it is said, will "renunciate our unalterable porter at Terminal Station exhibit. crate for fancys and CO cents for during month____ 140076 i
TAlLAHASSEE-Both branches stand In the retention of, ed a pet skunk Wednesday night choice this week. man. Warrant during month..... 24000llalance s
I of the Florida Legislature Saturday the 18th amendment to the Federal while the originator of the "BelieveIt I INCREASE FOR MAY May 1--------------No. IN .8HS3 1

I passed a bill paying Fred W. Constitution and the 19th amend Or Not" cartoon feature was RIVER SAVES LIVES TAMPA-Tampa cigar factories Balance..April L__________ __ 045,50Iteoelnt.
dnrlnir mnnth------ 8KO 84
I Fine, reinstated Dade County solic- ment to the Florida Constitution" paying this city a brief visit. Rip- COCOA-Mrs. Harriett Seelye turned out 24,617,402 cigars of all Warrant during month. .___-. For sale bySmith's "

I nor, $7,641 back salary. Pine was ley immediately made preliminary who Is 81, and her daughter Mrs. classes during May the total being Balance. '. May 1 _______________183640
I that the foregoingHtatement
hereby certify
I impended from office by former LESS GASOLINE arrangements for adding it to his Flora Hlrman took a chance and 1,250.000 greater than the April I showing balances, t thebeginning

I Governor Carlton a year ago but TALLAHASSEE Florida motorists collection of animals. saved their lives. It was either output. Each of the four classifications and at the ending of the 4 ll '
month herein above stated, and of 1
I tbt Senate refused to confirm the burned a million and half burn to death In their car or get to except Class E, showed in the receipt' and warranta Issued Service tin ,

I suspension! ) gallons'] less gasoline In April 'than SEBRINQ GIRL SELECTED the nearby Indian River and plungeover creases. Total internal revenue accruing during aid month, correnpondM with
the record of office, and I I. true
they did In March the State Comp SEEKING-Although the All- a 16-foot embankment. Their to the government on account and correct to the rny bent of my knowledge ,

AMUSEMENT CENTER troller's office has announced. The' Florida Band to play during August clothing became Ignited as they of Tampa smokes was $91- :and belief. I also. certify that
the following I Ic a lint of all ('ounlyDepo StationStarke
FORT PIERCE-Work on the slump from 18,841,093 gallons consumed at A Century of Progress Exposition drove along a highway near here 574, an Increase of approximately .ltorle.., Knowing the. balance
I development of a tourist center in March to 17,284,544 gal in Chicago was Intendedto from flames from a burning orange $5pOO over April.Thoroughly herein tlret the ,,10". of the month
,tate<,. and amount
I tee is proceeding The project is Ions in April reduced State Treasury Include only boys, a special exception prove. Tfce smoke blinded Mrs. I I of security furnlnhed by each such. Fla. 1 1if
I sponsored by the All-States Tour- funds $103,85845 as receipts has been made in the selection Hlrman and she drove too close to relax a few minutesat I Depository. and the. amount of interest ,

IM Club. A large lot at Dixie from the seven cents per gallon of Miss Madeleine Bogle ot the grove. The fire reached least after your day's work. month paid by or each'.* II.'b..c: .:,':,.W-ry"a:: on H ..... if ifi i tt

j Highway has been landscaped. In State tax dropped from $1,318- this city as cornetist. She has held Y

j the center an open air casino with 876.72 to $1,209,918.27. the cornet championship here for 6

I palmetto-thatched roof has been three years. J. F. Murdock of

I built, and when the fall season CUT PHYSICAL EDUCATION Jacksonville promotional director

I opens It Is proposed to have facilities MIAMI-Physical education as announced twenty Highlands - -

I for several kinds of games and well as manual training and indus County boys chosen for the band.

|amusements. trial work instruction: will be eliminated -

0- from the Dade County BOAT TURNS OVER c7l5anrr.da.torn C

TtO COUNTERFEITER school system next :year as an GREEN COVE SPRINGS-Her .

ST PETERSBURG-Accused of economy measure. The county bert Dyson, 19, of this city was '

I counterfeiting Florida automobile school board In a discussion of finances drowned last week when a boat In -. ,

I license tags Coker S. Brooks sign voted -eliminate about which two couples were enjoyingan "-,e., r :

I painter, was bound over to circuit thirty instructors in physical edu- outing overturned In the St. S

I court by Magistrate J. E. Carpenter. cation. The positions of supervisorsof John's River. Three of the occupants -

Brooks was charged with manual training Adult educationand of the boat swam to the May 22. 1933 Nt I,

I manufacturing the tags by the doz- trade and Industrial work will shore not realizing Dyson was In q

I en and selling them for $3 through- be abolished. trouble until after they reached 1,

I out Plnellas County. According to land, about a quarter of a mile

I State witnesses. Brooks used discarded RECORD CLASS from the spot where the boat over -,

I 1931 tags converting the TALLAHASSEE The twenty- turned. Search for Dyson was un claim to be the first Ford Dealer. I not only 1
Insure weekat All members of the party I that Imay f
one In to a three and repainting eighth annual commencement availing. o' suppose "

I the plate. Workmanship Florida State College for Women were said to be good swimmers. made cars but sold them and frequently delivered them myself. '

I was so perfect that only the closest which will culminate Thursday not new; often I have driven cars from Detroit
|scrutiny revealed anything wrong June 1, with the conferring of degrees MELON SIIiPMENTS HEAVY The "drive awayis '

I!traffic officers testified. on over 250 seniors comprising FORT MEADE Watermelon .- to towns in Ohio( or 'Indiana or Michigan to make delivery. :

a graduating class 20 per cent shipments here the past week have : There were no good roads in those days, and the people where I *'- I

SCHOOL DAYS By DWIG drove had never seen a motor car before. 'fl ,
Country Doctors. THey
customers were
My first really enthusiastic HfiT
transportation to a ; rttt', I
"- fA7ata, UeaR fexaew.Coat I e a writ rre were the first to realize the value of dependable

I- fee. CWU' ON lke S' ept6 STatkt6 Oltt; 'Z I "
i/thTiW'a 'aid wesa Gow"e pi e T i oMe rael ttte ft1o6 widely scattered practice. .

Pt Yod, gdat JfA !'1 rbdR. DAYS e IIOOYS toel/e. D'.21t. Even today I occasionally hear from some of those first Ford users. ; ',
acS That + 'f ;,w
4 r C 60 iwrb Jtvice tell We had to teach local mechanics how to care for the cars.

r Spao7dca. ia Sxlirw NeR hart the worlds
tbe e found everywhere in
is now
is how Ford Service began, '
not complete our }t +; '
sale does
a f r ff1I.II4' We believed from the beginning that a

creates us an obligation
a transaction with our customer it upon

him service. Ford Dealers know
to see that our customer's car gives

their duty to the public in this respect. r

that they have been and are men
of Ford Dealers generally
I can say
their communities. Most of them have
: of character and standing in

been with us many years, which indicates that' we agree on basic ; ,

lUDfa' atAe'Et'l W / "-"ftEY R931 business principles. The Company provides that the methods used to sell ,

..i t3ta ouattl self-respect of the Dealers i ;
4 eawss'6M D ; S J the Ford car are consistent with the ofa

l g .+ f6r
who handle it. ,
The present Ford V-8 is the peak of our 30 years experience. { 4

We have never made a better car. Its eight-cylinder engine is

powerful and smooth running. The car is admittedly very good lookingand

It is economical in ; -
has comfortable riding qualities. {/

operation because of advanced engine design and low car weight. 3 / ,

It is the fastest roomiest and most powerful car we have ever. .built. ', a I Irt

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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished seems as If at least once or You'veHeard THAT OTHER STORM T YOU! 00 datakSSif
twice every session the Legislaturemust Maybe

1877 go Into some song and dance .
act for the mingled amusement and 171Y rf
It But sI : O ( !
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class disgust of galleries and newspaper ,

: Matter at. the Post Office at Starke, Florida readers. Sy RUSSELL" KAY
The comedy skit of this session Secretary, FIoicIoo
__ } came during the passage of a bill PROBLEMS SOLVED pe._. "-:...im
E. L. Matthews_______________________Editor and Owner to matte unlawful drunkenness by "Come now to the World's Fair, I don't know who the architect

voluntary use of liquor or narcotIcs. bring your children see what men was that designed the pretty little

SUBSCRIPTION RATE For several minutes, the lower of your own century, devoted scientists playhouse we set up for our

rti Yearly $1.50 Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance house of the Legislature was hardworking Industrialist and officials to romp around in county but i u<
; business men and our system of
i I had a
thrown into laughter and confusion } i t, guess coming fa say It
Advertising Rates on ApplicationNot by an amendment defining a drunk public education have accomplished y S must have been Santa Claus.
between 1833 and 1933, one hun- ,
mac as follows: to
a merchant forgot to close up Thursday afternoon. dred short years. According a summary just It.
"He Is not drunk who from the sued by the state auditing depart.
o floor can rise again and drink once "If you have problems, write to Jh meat a check up on county books
the or to one of the editorsof
Rising prices should breathe new life into the turpentine more; William Randolph Hearst's two for the past two years discloses!
"But he is drunk who prostrateies the fact that excess fees were collected .
Industry Chicago newspapers, Morning
totalling close to tw.,
and neither cares to drink nor and Examiner the Chi- million
Herald or
dollars and
o rise." while a portion ')f this
The definition was adopted as an cago Evening merlcan.-Arthur has been made good, the h"ik l Is
d' bad for
nations example Brisbane.
Debt-repudiating arc setting a still to be collected.I'm .
amendment to the bill, but was '
S r f
their private citizens. later withdrawn when it drew Indignant not inslnuatln' that our ort!.
o criticism:: from the authorof Starke, dale are dishonest, perish the

r If we don't have some rainy days, farmers will have the original measure. Editor Herald and Examiner May 30, 1933., thought. They're Just ordinary human .
A recent compilation by the Associated beings for the most part and
,w nothing to save up Press shows that other Chicago, 111.,, when we go and dump a lot ol

o legislatures besides our own have Dear Sir: temptation In their lap, It's no won.
their frlvllous moments. The following I don't know why.I am writingto a der they get careless.
:'sr t1(
t When in doubt pay cash.-Tarpon Springs Leader. And -f u
instead of to the or
whimsical bills were passedby you mayor Suppose you hired a guy in your
when in doubt require cash. recent lawmaking bodies ID to: the editor. o*.William Randolph business to do some collcctln' for

o other states: Hearst's other Chicago paper, the you\ and instead of payln him a

C "Legislative Mills Speed Up."-Tallahassee Democrat.But The machinery of the Arizona Evening American I guess It's Just salary you just handed him a Hock
i legislature was required to change because I had a hunch that you of bills and told him to go ahead
do they grind any more grain? the spelling of that state's official were a family man and could understand and collect 'em and keep ten per

1 4 o flower from "Sahuara"::: to "Sa- my problems better than cent for his share.
i either of those other guys, though So he out and
gua.ro.; goes collects
1 Sailors are going to have a hard time rising to certain
1 I reflection the
+ North Dakota's Legislature approved mean no on mayoror -F.- Ike Nim reel" Wedbreleg'sua hundred smackers, pockets the ten
;4 situations since cursing has geen forbidden in the Navy. a resolution calling for a the editor of the Evening Amer- bucks belongln to him and says:

n o second laying of the cornerstoneof can. So I am writing to you be- "What shall I do with this ninety
oldest and most puzzling form of
the state house cause I always play my hunches dollars T" You
new contendingthe got plenty of
"Not one person in 10,000 understands money, says an that'swhy From Other Pens speculation the gamble with money
sometimes I think maybe
first laying, at which former II and don'give a darn so you say;
i'ad ?;' eminent economist. Except, of course, how to spend it. Vice-president Charles Curtis pre. I have so many problems. weather and markets, the problem "Aw just keep it for me and If ]I

o sided, was "deceitful." Well, I don't want to take up and puzzle everybody talks about ever need it I'll let you know"So
of valuable time but no one seems able to solve. He
Connecticut secondhand any more your collector
required your new
A well-known that beer will unlock the TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS The alze of it Is indicated goes on
composer says hats to bear a label describing than I have to, so I suppose I has a big Job. collecting and keepln' the money,
pianos of the nation. Quick Can't we vote it out again? them as such. might as well get right into the I (Upon receiving a copy of my in the word "country"; the your money as well as his own Nobody .
first published in a vil- his work in
poem nature of "correspondent. -
o If all the bills Introduced had story. I asks him how much he's got
lage newspaper) "
been enacted Into law- I guess the first and greatest or what he's done with it Pretty;
:, Gandhi the citrus industry lot of publicity when
a him with
; gave Don't try to doll a
Kansas pedestrians would wear problem is how seven people are Ah! here It is, I'm famous now, up soon he's got his pockets so jammed .
he broke his three weeks' fast with a glass of orange juice red tall lights. going to ride to Chicago in a. five An author and a poet! sugary title; that would be tryingto up with Jack that he Just naturally .

o I All industrial machinery in New Assenger automobile. It could be It really Is in print. Ye gods! get on the caboose of a movement loses track of which Is hla

j; York would be scrapped after five'ears' done if it weren't for the baggage, How proud I'll be to show It! for fancy names now happily and which is yours.
If state and salaries too
county are cut drastically, taxpayers out of slght.-Ludwlg I.
use. but then, of course, there IS the And gentle Anna! What thrill passing He naturally gets to feelln more<
f? will get just the kind of officials that they pay for. All debates of future Ohio as- baggage, and Mildred (she's the Will animate her breastTo Hoe in the Montevideo (Minn.) or less prosperous, so he buys i a

o semblies would be preserved for oldest) wants to take along her read these ardent lines and News. house and a car and a lot of other

'i posterity.The mandolin. I guess I ought to be know ---- -- things and don't worry a whole lot
A thief convicted of of castor
{ s Tampa was stealing a case zither would be established HEADED FOR SALES TAX
glad she isn't studying the bass To whom they are addressed! about whose money pays for it, He
oil. The rroper punishment would have been to make him as Indiana's official musical Instrument fiddle. The most certain developmentof figures there's plenty more where

? t, drink it.They're. I'm pretty upset about it all because Why, bless my soul! here's something this Legislature is the complete that came from and even If he does
North Dakota would have breakdown of all tax collection of mixed with
; seceded out get some yours up
I had everything planned strange, ,
} .
U a from "the industrial East.. affect state and make
laws as they coun- his It won't any difference
perfect at one time-when they What can the paper mean,
f making it so easy to get liquor on prescription As it was, the Wisconsin Legislature first started talking about the fair, By talking of the "graceful brooks ty and district taxes. Without provisions because you don't need it or want

11 ti that pretty soon the thirsty won't even have to bother to get prohibited non-members but then that was way last summer That gander o'er the green"7 for enforcing collection it anyhow and nobody is checkln'
snake bitten. from wearing fraternity organization before my mother-in-law and the And here's a T instead of R, few will pay any taxes In the next on him so he buys a country home

Insignia but made an exceptionof fourth baby came. They both arrived Which makes It "Tipping rill"; two years and they only from a and a couple of racing horses.

a college co-eds who traditionallywear about the same time, and, as Will seek the shad" Instead of sense of civic duty. Then times get tough. Old man

i Perhaps It Is better to wait until ripe old age to begin fraternity pins of their cam- far as I can see, they'll both be shade, The reason for this is not hardto depression comes along and takes
pus sweethearts. discover. People generally are and a lot of other folks over
with us about the same length of And "hell" Instead of "hill. you
traveling. do not to
they say, care eat men over Ohio and Indiana both established that's undergoing a change. They have the jumps. Then all of a sudden
time. Of course, Agnes ( my
'H7' fifty years of age.Legislators the cardinal as their official mother-in-law'Could hold the baby look sowhat 7 I recollect found that some have escaped pay- you remember about the guy you

o bird, although the Hoosier Legislature but she always has a spell of asth- "They'Twas "sweet" and then 'twas Ing for years. This must be true, sent out collectin' so you call him
also'considered the woodpecker for exactly half of the actual area up on the carpet and say "Gimme
ma along about the last July "
a, are charging that WRUF is a white elephant in that connection. Iowa the time we'd be going to the fair "kind, of Florida Is delinquent, but the Chances are you haven't shown
: on the State's hands, but a white elephant wouldn't make so selected the eastern goldfinch. Because that's when I take my va- And now to think the stupid fool owners apparently continue to en- any Interest In him or his work for
Arizona established a For "bland" has printed "blind"! land before.So or ten You don't even
many funny noises. permanent cation this year) and she says she Joy their as eight years.
closed season on bullfrogs and ordered Was ever such provoking work? : know whether he's been keepln
-. couldn't take a deep breath with in times of dire adversity, the I
-o bills of sale to 'Tis curious, by the by, books not but
accompany or now you pounceon
her has that if it Is
Elizabeth (the baby) sitting on feeling grown up
The Inland Empire News says that a lot of husbands transfers of poultry. How anything is rendered blind fair for some to escape taxation, it him with both feet and If It de
Foolish as some of the above lap.Then By giving It an eye. for the other half velops he's spent some of your
-don't mind brrnging home the bacon it's having to fry it after there's the question of pardonable
measures sound, we should remember dough you are all Indignant and
then to tax strike such as
what to do with Katy Join a
they get there that hurts. Augustus. T's left
It Is a psychological fact thatIt "Hast thou no tears"-the the Is encour- upset about It.
present Legislature
wants to sell him, motherinlawwould
becomes necessary to "blow off out"Hast Of course you wouldn't do bust-
o members of that
like to take him along, and I aging. The body
Before criticizing Mr. Morgan, stop and ask yourself if steam" or to "loosen up" every suggested. generous dose of arsenic thou no ears" instead know that they can take every last ness like that yourself, nobody
once-in-a-whlle art dear" Is put would. si-
after continued "I hope that thou But that's the way you
collection laws
"' you would pay any income tax if the law was weak enough strenuous brain work. but unsettled.thus far the I forgot problem to tell remains "I hope that thou art dead." and tooth go out home of the to the tax plaudits of the low your government agencies to

iut to let you get by without it. None of us*would fall out with Augustus is not one of the Who ever saw In such a space constituency which does not wantto function and then you wonder why
; our legislators because of these little you So many blunders crammed? things get in a mess.
o children he's a damned poll par pay any more taxes.
slips from grace; rather it Is "Those gentle eyes bedimmed" is Records show that there are
When our legislators take an hour's time out to watch what they do in their more serious rot. You needn't suggest the ob- spelt The net resUltS are going to be some counties In this State where

4 :a magician's tricks, taxpayers must become philsophical and moments that worries us. If they vious solution of giving him to one "Those gentle eyes be d--d!" two--a general sales tax: for the no audit has been made for tn
of the neighbors to keep -I support of the common schools, sit
would settle down after their fun years. No one knows what
remember that "boys will be boys. and dig Into the real tasks, we thought of that. but it's definitely "The color of the rose" Is "nose," and, after thN wave of seml-hyi- uatlon Is. You have a state auditing
out We kept the Smith's canary "affliction" teria has passed, stricter tax collection with the
o would gladly grant them a half an "Affection" Is ; department charged
4 hour each to watch last summer, that is, we kept it I wonder if the likeness holdsIn laws to the end that cities of these records for
Another illusion has been shattered. Vivian Burnett the day magicians, duty checking
until Oscar (one of the children)
and counties continue to have
define drunks, or roundly insult fact as well as diction may your protection. Why don't they
original "Little Lord Fauntleroy says, "I was a perfectly left the cage door open and Susan orderly government. The person
one another by crying "grafter'1" "Thou art a friend the R Is gone? dolt TSimply
t' t normal boy ; I got just as damn dirty as the other boys" -.0-- (that's the cat) ate the damned Whoever would have deemed who thinks this state Is not headed because you have failed

o GOOD MANNERS FIRST thing up. I explained to Smith That such a trlffllng thing could for a general sales tax of two or to provide the machinery and money
how damp climate around here la three cent has not properly
Northern educators to changeA per for them to function
are prone necessary
Wauchula has had a large picture of a cucumber painted look askance at Institutions of high bad for giving canaries pneumonia, "friend" Into a "fiend"! gauged the effects of the activitiesof In the foolish name of economy

k on its water tank. That's all very nice if the tourist doesn't er learning In the South. The/ and how we came back from the our' law-makers. They have not you've kidded yourself that you
educational movies one night and found Isabel "Thou art the same" Is rendered yet realized that the Legislature, by cutting
misinterpret the painting and thing he's getting into a pickle usually place develop were saving money
(the bird) dead In the bottom of
Individually afraid at this time to and
ment "in the provinces" on a level "lame, down the number of auditors
o her cage, but I don't think he ever Impose a tax the food we eat de
with Secretary Perkins' estimation It really Is too bad; upon trimming the budget of this
.; Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins, who said in a recent of shoe wearing below the Mason really believed the story. Anyway, And here because an "I" is out, and the clothing we wear, has set partment.

d' speech that the whole! South was an untapped field for the and Dixon Line-.pretty low. Katy is afraid. to trust him with I My lovely maid Is "mad"; out to accomplish such a tax by There may be some bureaus and
However we are to take good Augustus.Just They drove her blind by poking in Indirection. They are making It departments that could /bo done
shoe industry, must have confined her southern touring- to manners as the standard by which one more problem and then An eye--a process new; Impossible to tax real estate, and away with and others that would

our beaches. all educational achievement la I'm going to stop because I know And now they've gouged It out the only other source of Income to stand cutting down, but your audit

o measured as does Nicholas Murray lots of other folks are writing you, again which we now can turn Is a tax ing department Isn't one of 'en-

Butler, president of one of our and I know you're a busy man. And made her crazy, too. upon sales. Every set of county books In the
t Psychologists say that dreams you remember are the greater universities, we can rate But I do wish you could tell me If Whether this Is good or not is state should be audited at ;least

ones you have just as you have gone to sleep or just before our small Southern schools as Infinitely there's a hotel In Gracey, Tenn., "Where are the muses fled, 'that for the future to determine. The ,once each year, as well M the

are waking. Or when you dream about a rich uncle superior to their more pe- with hot and cold running water. thouShouldet time has come to quit kidding our books of every bureau, department
you dantic contemporaries In the North We've figured it all out on the road live so long unsung?" selves about real estate and Its and commission. If you were W

: leaving a couple of million dollars A Boston writer, recently visitIng map and it looks like we're boundto Thus read my version. Here It is, present ability to pay. Various fact double the personnel of your audit

; : o : In Georgia, said, "In the North stop In Gracey the second nightIf Shouldst live so long unhung!" ton have dragged It down to a ing department and provide twin

( I. A. R. Wylie, British novelist, says that the idea that cultivated people have good manners everything goes all right and I'll read no more! What shall I do? walk, and until those handicaps of as much for It in the budget, you
h ; in the South-amazing fact- that patch I put on the left hind I'll never dare to send It; debt and delinquency are eased off would find It one of the best investments
what is will be and ought to be has been a stultifying influence everybody has good manners." tire holds up as well as the garage The paper's scattered far and wide, and real estate once more beginsto ever made. In fairies

,, I; on the human mind, holding the world for centuries !in Again, another Bostonian this man says It wilt Katy thinks that Tis now too late to mend It. move, and more important, to to your officials as well as to your

s ignorance and misery. \" time one who is an instructor In a it's liable to be late when we get produce revenue, talk of taxing it self. It should be done.
J unnecessary small college In Georgia, writes in to Gracey and if we knew of a good Was ever such a horrid hash U futile. The action of the Legis- -

o the Atlantic Monthly: hotel to go to right off, it would In poetry or prose? lature in stopping the enforcement Contrary to a popular idea, AW-

N ,i It is reported that Oklahoma hitch hikers stand at railroad "It Is this' (prevalence of good save a lot of time. I told her that I've said she was a fiend, and of collection laws simply recognizesthat can elephants cannot be domesti

a'w' t'' crossings in the manner of flagmen and when the cautious manners), more than anything else, ,you might never have been in that praisedThe futility.-Miami Herald. cated.
which makes classroom work In part of Tennessee, but she say I'd color of her nose.I -
y motorist slows down they plead for a lift. They should the Georgia mountains so delight. be surprised at where you newspaper wish I had that editor ADD ACCURACY ALWAYS.A.youngster i mile a hour Is 1 *

: ) get their lift, but we won't say where. ful. If It were merely the surface I fellows have been About a half a minute; i' who had Just Joined I highest speed an elephant caD

0 smoothness of the well-bred It Well, I believe that those are our I'd !"bang" him to his heart's content the staff of a newspaper and had traveL
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would not be so. But the friendliness biggest, problems right now. Of been warned by the editor of the 'l'lt'
According to the Florida Advocate, a Western weekly and good will apparent on I course, It would be pretty nice if And with an "H" begin It. awful consequences of making ill- Weight of alcohol Is about

printed a notice about a wedding as follows: "Will Jones got every hand are genuine. The problem 'we had a good parking place all -The Kablegram.; foundedstatements, was sent to tenths as much as that of water'-

1'.1' married last week. We didn't get the name of the bride, but bf classroom discipline hardly lined up for us when we get Into --o- report a church bazaar. men In WashIngton -
1 exists, and that sophisticated bore Chicago, but that's most too muchto NO NEED FOR FANCY NAMEA "The- bazaar". he wrote, "was Women outnumber
i 1 1 p r anyhow, it's Jones now, so it doesn't matter dom which has beclouded the workof ask of a busy man like you.I Texas editor In the bulletin of opened (so It Is said) by Mrs. D. C. -

+ o so many young Instructors in I think it we.. awful nice of Mr; the National Editorial Association, Brown, alleged to be the wife of --- -
I the Northern colleges has never Brisbane In'bis column to us recommends that call Councillor creaseth debts It l lead
I A magazine writer says of a neglected waif that she was II put newspapers Brown, commonly sup- my ; !!II
made Its way among our students." on to writing to you fellows up them "community correspondents'1 posed to be a more or less highly from the paths of society I
>r "too near to arouse anybody's missionary spirit. Thanks toe And so It Is for Northern there because I Yea although>
r ;'t r, our can see where it's and! not "country correspondents! esteemed tradesman of the town. lack of raiment; wdi I
I : the depression, however, this strange phenomenon of nearsighted brothers to have the ultra-modern going to save us a lot of worry. If lie says: "This change ;I make for She was dressed In' what some walk through life barefooted, i '

philanthropy /seems to be rapidly passing methods of Instructing; to have the you happen to see Mr. Brisbane, the psychological effect, because In would describe as fashionable attire fear no evil for maybe my mw

!'s' I "name" teachers; the privilege of teU him that I appreciate the tip, thai day no correspondent wantsto and was supported on the will pity me.

v 0 saying, "I studied under So and and that I think m 'start readinghis be referred.to.as 'country. correspondent platform by the so-called Vicar and Thou preparest a reduction"my '
Huey Long, who. is in the habit of quoting scripture in So," or, "I took Professor Blank's column every day Instead of ." other reputed ladies and gentle i jalary, for me In the pre kt

<; his speeches was squelched the other day, when, following course In ethn logY"1 but It Is for Just on Sundays like I do now. Why not? town In Texas the"country" men."-Boston Herald. of my creditors: thou t l1ed eJ'
> the Southern school to rank first Hoping you will forgive me for may be something nobody --o--- I anoint my head with a bat; ID1 o'
one of his tirades Senator Robinson gave him the following In good manners, and we are ready causing so much trouble, and brags about but It's differentIn SCHOOL TEACHERS PSALM penaes runneth over, and if I .I r1

r' .i' quotation from the Bible: "How long wilt thou speak these to agree with President Butler that thanking you in advance for your Minnesota. The country correspondent School teaching is my occupa- get a pay day, misery and !P
things, and how long shall the words: of thy mouth be likea they constitute one of the most im- advice I am Is spokesman for big tion. I am in want. It maketh me will follow me all the days fore
portant elements In modern educa- Yours very truly. business Important people, the na- to lie down without supper; It lead- life and I will live on credit
'f a strong wind? tion. :MORTIMER MUCKENFUSS. tlori's primary food factory, the eth me beside empty tables. It In1.r'F -Exchange.BRADFORD .

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