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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 16, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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radford Is New Are Auto Black Tag and Colors White;' Forsyth Wins 1 I r Magazine i Bargains Sunday Movies
Being Made At FarmFor Attracting ManyThe For Camp Tuesday; rt

Ideal SectionFor Technical K. 0. opportunity Still Debated Located On Kingsley '!
the second time in the history to get three : By Protested'i

of the state, Florida's automobile leading magazines, the combined The annual 4-H Club Camp for i
Livestock tags will be plain black and Over prices of which amount to $2 girls will be held at Cascade
white. Griffin for only 50 cents is appealing to City Council Plunge on Kingsley Lake next By Hampton T

The background will be black many Telegraph ,subscribers week. It will open.Tuesday morning \ -
and the word "Florida date who have sent In their subscrip at 9:30: o'clock and will break -
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y shows That Large I. Well AreaJacksonville "1934" and the license number will Defeats Boxer Who Won From tions. The offer .Is open for both Committee Appointed To Further Friday afternoon at 4:30.: I Delegation I* Granted Ten Dajf ry

Around be white, officials of the motor vehicle Tom Beck Two Weeks Ago renewals and new subscriptions. Investigate Opposing Petition Forty-five girls from various Period To Promote Work
Fllted For Cattle ReleingA department said the tags will In Gainesville By sending ODe yearly sub crlp. Is PresentedAt communities In Bradford and Union On Road 31 n

resemble 1932 plates Issued by Ore- tion to the Telegraph, for 50 Counties will attend, and will --
large proportion of the soils of gon. Vasco Forsyth, the "Starke Terror cents additional these magazines a meeting of the City Council leave the court house In Starke at A committee of ten business mars:
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Word.. Duval, Nassau, Baker, Tuesday night lived well up may be obtained. held Tuesday of last 9:30: Tuesday morning for the and property owners of Hampton
The week
new tags will be a committee
St. Johnsj made
to
urn. Clay, Putnam, by his reputation as a slugger when There are no more popular camp site.- appeared before the County Board
Counties is admirably convicts at the State Prison at Rai- he took a technical knockout victory home magazines composed of Rev. W. E. Mrs. S. J. of
Flagler than the Wom Daugherty Rev. L. G. Futch of Lawtey, Mrs. Bond Trustees Tuesday morning
loted to livestock production, ford. On order for 373,000: of them: over Jimmy Griffin Valdosta, an's Home Companion, Pictorial Mrs. W. F. Jones and J.Hemingway T. Alice Newburn of Worthington and were granted ten days. in
be little eco- was placed by the motor vehicle .Ga.. southpaw fighter, with sln- Review or McCalls Qulgley Springs and which
I u The Wash- appeared and presented a petition Miss Margaret Dodd to see If they could get another
department.
mlchjustification., for this area glepunch in the second round of ington Pathfinder gives a' resume protesting against Sunday movies of There aa. will assist Miss project approved by the Federal -
rtmpplylng its own markets with They will go on sale December 1 the main bout of the City Club's of Washington news with here. Each member of the Pearl Jordan In carrying out the Government In place of the)

me livestock products needed, and will cost a flat price of from weekly show in Gainesville spicy comments on current mlttee made a short speech,com and week's program for the girls.. Mrs. proposed straightening of Road 13.
Li Dr O. C Bryan professor of $5 to $20 for private cars. An act Griffin, who two weeks ago events. Nearly every order calls the council referred the matter to Grace Warren, home demonstration The work suggested by the cltl-

1ft in the College of Agriculture of the recent Legislature reducing slashed out a decision over Tom for Better Homes and Gardens, a committee for further investiga agent of Alachua County, seas of Hampton was to hardsur-
I Gainesville,, Dr. Bryan bas Just prices became a law Monday with Beck of Lawtey, had been confident while the Woman's World Is attractive tion. Wednesday will give Instruction In face the graded road that leaves

spieled a study of our section of Governor Dave Sholtz signature. of victory. It was his third to many. The council decided at this meet. flower arrangement and planting.A 13 at the curve Just north of that!

-a State from the standpoint of The new tag rates go into effect attempt to do what no boxer has Look over the list found In our ing that parents of all children un- special program by club mem. city and enters Road 31 to Ocala ,

ofltable utilization of. the lands. July 1 but records at the motor vehicle -yet been able to do-stretch For advertisement found in another der sixteen years of age must secure bers will be presented Thursday about a mile north of Orange
Within a radius of 65 miles of department show an averageof syth on the canvas for the count of column. If you happen to be behind a permit from the council in afternoon at 2 o'clock, and the public Heights This would shorten the i

,ckjonvllle! there are three to four $5,000 a day has been collected ten-but hell have to try again. In your subscription, send us order to operate an automobile Is invited to attend. distance to Ocala six miles members -
illlon acres of flatwoods soils, of, under the old rates since June 1. After being battered badly in the $1.50 to apply on the same with within the city limits. of the delegalon said, and

art about one million acres are I first round by.the sharp-punching 50 cents additional, mark your The city clerk was instructed to would not be as detrimental. to
,lie well suited to pasture and Georgian Forsyth came back in selections on the blank provided, notify those concerned that some Finis Is WrittenTo Hampton as they felt that the approved
rage purposes, says Dr. Bryan In Sholtz Orders the second round with a whirlwind and the publications will begin thing must be done with the build.In& route, passing a mile went i w
j report. Formerly most of this ;' attack that kept Griffin busy In almost at once belonging to Mrs. J. W Morgan of the city, would be.
ad was considered unsuited to, the early moments of the round on Road 8 which building was Legislature The trustees had met to receive
lure purposes, the area not ,warding off punches. The Valdos- recently condemned by tha council. !! Tax Asuesrior N. D. Wainwrlght'aestimate
lied overshadowing that 'which is Licenses Paid tan weathered the attack without The following reeular bllla_ worn_ of the coat of obtaining
ted, he says. He suggests that ': serious damage and fought For Ritz Sponsors paid: un. u rlghts-of-wny for straightening 13,

tUemen acquaint themselves syth on slightly, more than even I S. R. Johns, broom____._.$ .60 Many; HUM llwonin l.IIw'Uhout for which project n .ooo of Fed-
,H the soils suitable for pasture Requires Tax Collector To Make terms until the closing. moments of J .M. Mitchell, light bulb., .20 Governor's Signature; Others eral funds are ready to be appropriated .
Affidavit of Those the canto. ContestMany I Carl Johns Signed It was announced lastweek
,rposes, and establish pasture Falling Baby salary for May 60.00
s.There. .1'0 ray Retreating before one of For- :,, A, L. Alvarez, salary forMay by Leon Thrasher, Second Division

detailed soil of syth'a rushes, Griffin found himselfIn ________-_______. 100.00 Governor Dave Sholtz'a. pen this engineer with the State
surveys -
are Baker Clay A concentrated effort to collect a corner. He shot a right hand Entrant W. E. Thornton salary for week wrote finis to the 1933 Legislative !Road Department The Hampton
except In Event At
ck county
In the six surveyed occupational and business license punch at Forsyth's head which slid Local Theatre May --______________ 75.00 session which adjourned delegation entered Its protests and
Nassau. Friday
id of taxes now; due in Bradford County over the Starke battler's shoulderas < Nick Thomas, special police June 3. He has applied his signature wore granted ten days' grace In

unties classed there are Bladen 780,000 fine acres sands, must be made'' by C. A. Knight, Forsyth In close gathered his Night duty_ ......_.?_?...___. 1.00 which makes law to Important spite of the fact that members of I+
ill as county tax collector be ad- weight behind a short, but terrific W. W, Balsden measures under administration the Board of Bond Trustees said It
was A caring of
show and
and
baby Tom Thumb
loams clays,
ndy loams fine, loams. Park- vised Tuesday in a telegram from right hand punch to the solar Wedding will be presented by the prisoners _..-..___.___. 2.80 sponsorship and other far-reaching was not likely their project would 1
sandy
untoa Governor Dave Sholtz. plexus that folded the Georgian up. Starke legislation which bore House and be approved, since It would be necessary .
Telephone Co.
and John- Ritz Theatre' June 16 City '
loams Friday, at
ood sandy clays, Senate .
ott fine sand and sandy loam, Mr. Knight reports that there Griffin slumped to the canvas In 7:43: p.m. On the screen will be Hall ___________________ 3.80 approval.Hundreds of before to have Road 31 federalized
agony. Referee Frank Heltzm&n G. W. measures automatically funds could be appropriated.
are few delinquents in the featured "Below the Sea" with Alderman, council-
PortsMouth
orfolk fine sandy loam county.He Fay
fine sand and loam and has already collected 165 leav- began the count, but was -Inter- Wray and Ralph Bellamy. man _.________.____.._ 2.00 became law without theGovernor's Tax Assessor Watnwrlght gave
,
rupted at "six" by the bell ending P. M. Barefoot councilman. signature Monday at 1,230 as his estimate of securing
luck, all of which are desirable ing but approximately twelve to be the round. The entrants In. the baby contestare O. L. 2.00 midnight, when the 10-day limit I rlghts-of-way on the approved
Beasley, councilman..
Bill for forage and pasture, If tae affected by Governor Sholtz/s; or* prlffin's seconds worked swiftly sponsored as follows: W. M. Edwards, councilman. 2.00 2.00R. period expired.In route This Included the cost offence '

lot proportion holds true in Bait der. ; over him but when the opening Mack Futch, Bradford Feed J. Davis, bond trustees__ 2.00 all, Governor Sholta vetoed posts, wire, staples, and I
V.Clay and Nassau, there should Unless the taxes are collected bell of the third round sounded, toe Store; Janet Anderson, Temple Ga- D. A. Montleth, bond trus- only 34 measures, and most of stretching the wire lie bas been

mother 200,000 acres of these affidavits of non-payment are to Georgian still lay where he had rage; Barbara Jean Johns, Carl's tees ______________.___ 2.00 these were of local nature. over the route, he said, and hu
bill,, giving a total of a -million be made out and turned over to fallen. Cash Corner; Peggy
li*for the area. Floyd Green county attorney, for Griffin weighed In at 151 and Canova Pharmacyr Sharon Hall, tees _____________-___. 4.00 signed by the Governor favorable to the project.. ;It
I Dr. Bryan says that'one acre od prosecution. Governor Sholtz asked Forsyth at 156. Hall's Barbecue; Betty Hayes, Tip a ? authorized: will be" necessary to move one a
M) Bladen soil, properly sodded that a list of the affidavits be sent In the semi-final bout, Lloyd Mc- Top Grocery; Hilda Searing, Suwa-, 1.11 Boys Return Expenditure of more than $0,- man's house. ),fr. Watnwrlght said "
1 managed, should provide suffi- to.him. Kinney local scraper, taking the nee Store; Shirley Weaver, Magnolia 000,000 for operation of the state and another man wanted the trustees ,
Bent pasture for one animal during Occupational and business license place of Bill Ellis of Jacksonville, Hotel; Margaret Montleth, Mar- From Short CourseThe government; the general biennial to build him a four room cot.

are or eight months of the year. taxes have been due since igalnat Vernon Rowe of Lawtey, fuerite Shoppe; Hazel Fields, Car- appropriations act, tage, but It was explained to them
sae tolls, known as grassy flatloods last October for those who were in thrilled the crowd with his willingness ola Cafe: Eula Anlce Green, Cor- 4-H Club boys of Bradford New automobile license tags at that it has never been the policy of' +

are ideal pasture lands, business or practicing a professionat to wade Into Rowe's hard icnlng's Drug Store: Helen Kruse, and Union Counties returned last 15, $10. $15 and $20 for private the board to purchase rlght.-of. .
lolst, generally free of under- that time, Mr. Knight pointedout. punches to land many a smashing Rachel Shoppe; Marian Brown, Saturday from the annual Short vehicles and reduced rates for commercial way '

Jnish, easily sodded, natural grass Taxes are due on others who blow himself. He took the opening Sternberg's; Marjorie Claire Man- Course at the University of Floridaat vehicles; effective July 1. In replying to the delegationfrom

ndi. When drained, the Bladen have entered business or profession round from the Lawtey boxer, lost ning, Manning's Cash Store; Fred- Gainesville where they spent the Consolidation of geological, Hampton, Mr. Wainwright
ilia will produce good crops, he since that time. the second broke even in the third die Wimberly, Green's Pleezlng I week. They all reported a great game and fresh water fish and said that there was no doubt that

ya, Other soils of the area, such In the event bf prosecution a and was well on his way to winningthe Store; Rutledge Boring, Louie's :. time and are anxious to get the shell fish departments under a con- filling stations and lunch rooms

i Norfolk, produce good crops cost in addition to that of the license fourth, when he butted beads Filling Station; Sara Barefoot trip again next year. servation commission; effective would be Injured by being cut off
ithout requiring drainage. I Is involved amounting to $7 with Rowe, gashing hid own eyebrow Bradford County Telegraph; BettyJo Only the highest scoring club July. 1.Chain. from the through road but that ata 1
so badly that the physician Sewell, Holllngsworth Dairy; boys each year are permitted to store tax of $5 on each re. time when there were so many
or $8.
refused to permit him to continue, Jaquellna Strickland, Florida make this trip. Those taking the tall store, $3 on each $1,000 worthof out of work In the county It was ..
outs Return The telegram from the Governor thus awarding the bout to Rowe. Times-Union; Martha Klckltter, trip this year stood at the head of stock In all stores and graduated question of "the greatest good for '

follows: McKinney weighed 147 *, nd Rowe Magnolia Cafe; Paul Canova Til, the list after checking up all the scale of licenses based on numberof the greates number," lie stressed
"You are hereby directed and 144. quality Store; Joe Montieth K. A records last tall, and received this Units' In chains; re-enactment of the point that It was necessary to

ordered to collect all occupationaland M. Filling Station;. Lyla Anderson, trip aa a reward for their good 1931 measure with elimination of act quickly In the matter since the q '
From Kingsley business license tax forthwith.In Forest Fires Destroy W. A. Bessant;r Bobby Biggs. Three work. county-Una tax feature declared Invalid I Federal funds will be available July !
event of failure of immediate Friends Barber Shop;"'Morris Edwards Those attending from Union by the United States Supreme 1, and the Federal board wishes to ,

-- : payment please make affidavit of Wild HuckleberriesFlorida's Edwards Market; Marjorie County were: Neal Dukes, How- Court. 'have clear titles, to the rlghts-of-
barter Fender Won Swimming i party doing business without license Davis, Stump's: Lucille Alvarez, ard Moore B. K. Johns, Gordon Reduction of fees allowed to be way by that time.
Event: ; Hogs Invaded Supply and place same in hands of wild huckleberries are Hart Furniture Store; Betty Ann Coffin, LaFayette Thomas and Elton : charged by county officials to the The Bond Trustees will meet Fri

Room TwIce. prosecuting officer sending me list ripe and are bringing joy to the Flynn, Mrs. I. G. Powell, Florist. Taylor Those from Bradford extent of 60 per cent In some cases; day, June 23, to bear whether or
,of affidavits filed and name of gen.ral'publlc and to the epicureIn Tom Thumb Wedding sponsoredby County were: Wilson May, Herbert this does not necessarily mean re- not the citizens of Hampton have* '

Camp Weeks, ;stronghold: of the prosecuting officer with whom the form of Jelly pies and puddings H. C. Wall, Priest's, Hoover Packham, Woodrow Hlnson, duction of officials' pay but rather been successful In pormotlng their
U Boy Scout troop on Kingsley filed. You are further directed to or just with sugar and milk Bros., E. A. Winkler Gordon Weest, and Nelson Moore reduction of revenue to their of. project.
>ke see that prompt return Is made of or In addition a rural r ices.-. ..
Is now history after ten days cream. many I. a The expenses of these trips are --; J
fr fun, eating and sleeping In thepat all receipts to comptroller and child or grown-up would be going usually borne by the banks, business Creation of an agricultural marketing -

outdoors! treasurer." hungry if there was_ not a pro- Tag Agent Jobs men, the county boards of board to promote Interestsof Forestry Camp bAt

Field day, last Thursday; al- ----- fusion of this delightful berry at commissioners, and others. This agriculture, to establish storageand .. .
wujh not WIDOW OF C. CARLTON this season of the year which may year the boys had to raise their packing plants from which
take heavily attended by KILLS SELF AT WAUCHCLA usually be had for the picking. own money by exhibiting their producers may engage In co-opera- State Farm
people the 'IiI Jan.
was Last 1 1Tax
rimming\ races in the afternoon gala ,day., However forest fires, even the corn selling their corn for seed, tive marketing and to find markets : ,
""aeon after Mrs. Emma Edwards Carlton, slow burning or grass fires play and other ways. The Union County for Florida products. -
and
f in the a campfire prom thirty-nine, widow of Carl S. Carl- havoc with the huckleberry bushes. Farmers Bureau gave three trips. Creation of a state board of control SoniwrvaUon Corp of 200 Will

In the evening. ton, who was killed in a hunting No berries are to be found on lands : Collectors Will '8eIJ Automobile It is hoped that more boys may be and regulate the sale of milk, Go to Work Within Two ,
"owing event that, afternoon the accident >in December shot and which burned over this year states Plate Thereafter| New able to attend the Short Course having wide powers to control Weeks' TimeA i
boys received medals killed herself in Wauchula last District Forester C. H. Schaeffer Price July 1 next year. prices, regulate methods: etc.
Charge
.. Fender, first prize; Joe week. ,She left notes indicatingher located at Plant City.- who !Is In ._ Among the most Important Federal Forest Conservation
111 Hale rds, second prize and Wood- act was planned and no inquestwas charge of the Florida Forest Serr- The Florida motorists,who buy. MRS. LUCY L. IIURSTMrs. measures coming under Governor I Camp 0 will be located within the

third prize. deemed necessary. Relatives Ice in this part of the state. Even a tag after'July.l-wUJ.fJnd, costs Lucy 1... Hurst 68, passed Ololts's veto was one which sought boundaries of the Florid Stat
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heir Owing to scarcity of girls ,for said Mrs. Carlton had brooded over the second season after a fire berries reduced from 33 to 50 per cent, but away last1 Thursday at the home of to consolidate work of Inspector. Prison Farm It was announced this
event. It was dropped and the the death of her husband. He wasa are few or entirely lacking. sales will not pass from the hands her daughter Mrs.' D. L. Ingle! of for, several state departments by' week by prison officials. Work willbegin
II livi*W were given the folowing In- brother of Doyle E.. Carlton of The picking of huckleberries U a of county tag agents Into the county Jacksonville, Fla., after a long ill ormlng 'them Into a state Inspec- Immediately and It Is expected
lual winners: Tampa. slow process and a good picker tax collectors office until January n.... Mrs. Hurst: was a former lon service with state-wide police to have the camp ready for occupancy '

'Joe Edwards, first prixe:; Charles Survivors are one son Albert usually cannot average more than 1.The i resident of Bradford County, having towers. Ha called it "impracticalIn (in two weeks:

"r'*; second prize and John To- Carlton six; her father W, H,Edwards six quarts a day. The berries sell new law, which becomes effective -i lived here for many ;years. She set-up and unworkable." The reforestation area will be located .
de, third Prize. of LAkeland; two sisters, for about ten cents a quart. Many July 1 so far as tag pricesare took an active part In church work, Among bills vetoed by the Govrnor In the northeast section oC

OwIng to an' bn'Ldon' Mrs L. E. Altaian and Miss Ethel men women and children engagein concerned calls for a $$ tag and was a member of the Churchof were several road designs- the farm lands where 200 men will
'bile Diligent guard' by hogs the Edwards of Lakeland; three broth- picking the berries for their own for motorcycles and private cars Christ. Ion acts which ha said represented be engaged fa forestry work and

\II1p twice had to restock slept,their ers, W.H. Edwards. Jr., of Lawtty; use or for sale. Carelessness In the weighing up to 2,000 pounds; $10 Surviving besides Mrs. Ingle; Is efforts to force the State Road De- fire protection. Camp activitieswill
IJIply tent Otherwise Massey Edwards of Palmetto and use of fire In woodlands deprivesthis for machines weighing 'not less one daughter Mrs. Ann Bradley of partment to Incorporate Into the be under the supervision of
'1II'red their ten nothing Milton Edwards of Columbus, Ohio. army of pickers of the opportunity than 2,000 and not more than Tampa; two sons J-> O. and E. 8. state highway system county roads Harry Lee Baker, state forester. :
The Scouts days at camp. of securing food or a snail 3,000; $15 for ears weighing not Hurst of Jacksonville; two sisters, which are unfitted for the system. L. F. Chapman superintendentof I

lIIe 18, at win meet Friday, CROPS LOOK GOOD daily sum for their labors, or .at less than 8.000 and not more than Mrs. Edd Roberts of Lake City I a the prison la of the opinion that
7:80: p.m.at the Ar- the of and Mrs. Hall of West Palm Beach MISS MARGARET NEFF this work will be
ory to Bradford County crops are lookIng least Increases difficulty 4.000; and $20 for automobiles in ; carried on over oi
'imr., aJao' wind to up details of the fine after the recent good rams, picking. excess of 4.0OO pounds two brothers. John and David William !- WINS SCHOLARSHIP period of six months, will set pas- ,
' Plan on the trip toAy said this *, both of Lake City. ture and timber lands of Jth tarmfive t' '
'licago ,
in I. T. Dyer county agent The present-costs are 65: cents
August. RELIEF KITCHEN Funeral services were held at the Miss Margaret Neff. daughter of years ahead of their ordinary
Scouts missing swimming week. about The relief kitchen will open in per hundredweight for cars weighing funeral home of Boree and Gld- Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Neff (Mr. Neff I development f'
'its. corn was damaged to and including 3,000
clothes tableware etc., klnd- Early cent, Mr. Dyer estimated, Starke Monday in a building donated up dt'D. last Friday, in Jacksonville, by waa formerly engineer for Brad- The Important work of fire pro- y
COlDe to scoutmaster's bOWIe as fifty per full by Mrs. J.L. Frazee on North pounds. the Rev. Robert Ingle. The cortege ford County), who Is now living tection will consist of setting firebreaks .pp
will make a crop ''
.rt b qUite an assortment found but late corn Walnut 'Street. All who are inter- Whereas county tag agencies left Immediately for Lake City with her parents at Miami Beach, twenty feet wide on every; v
tltne of he said their surplus : political appointments now have where services concluded has been notified by the presidentof
breaking camp. of corn have ested In canning vegetables were by section line. Carpet grass will be ,
Carload shipments are urged to bring their: charge of the selling and will con- the Rev. J. O. Burns, and burial. Brenau Collej at Gainesville, planted In the fire line. It was announced
this county.
LARGEST FAMILY not begun yet in produce to the kitchen where cans tinue to do so until January 1. was in the family lot In Oaklawn I,Ga., that she Is one of the twelve

The contest ENLARGED. 'will be furnished Mrs. A. L. Sul- after the latter date the county tax cemetery I I girls In the United States to receive i
for the TIP TOP
lPOn.'IOred largest tam this week : ivan of Theressa will supervise the collectors will take the business :I a $1,000 four-year scholarship SANTA FE STOCKED
; last Thursday by the Carpenters are busy over. They will be allowed to collect ANOTHER FISH at that Institution. The award
* Theatre of the Tip Top work under the direction of Misa Two thousand fingerling black
L8tarllBsT.? wu won by that extending the length feet. The Increased Pearl Jordan"home demonstration : a fee of 25 cents per tag com- The second fish to be entered in I came as a result of Miss Neffs bass were planted! in Bantu Fe

'II. ),fl''. and who lives east of .I Grocery twenty-one will add greatly agent pared with the SO cent fee allowedthe the Bradford County Hardware's I ranking In a recent competitive examination Lake last week. This announcement '
Mr floor
ran children'wer*. Starling and attractiveness space of The kitchen will be open FridayIn present tag agencies. contest was caught by IL A. Bish ,I conducted by Brenau. which might be of interest ,
re rtven a basket present and I to the and will give isfor Lawtey and Tuesday In Hazapon. The tax collector will not get the op and weighed five pounds and I She has won numerous awards and I to local fishermen. was made by ',

natal by the theatre of groceries : ular store shelves on which to display Headquarters in Hampton will fee personally. It will be paid into three ounces. The catch was made ':prizes during her high school days, I the State Flab and Game Depart.

Sta and grocers i Its more large stock of groceries. -- :be in,the school house __ the funds of his office. In .xJnp1ey.La.ke. jepe.cl8j.yJ0! art work. JDen t. _.




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eti _ rell. E. E. Burney, R. F. Howell J. wright students at the University: Gainesville Tuesday ---
TIIERESSA HAMPTON BOOTSGY'S BEACH L. Hlghtower Paul Howard, Rebecca of Florida, are spending their vaca- C. B. Bennett Dan evening Harley Were
RISING I Whitehead. R. L. Blanchard, tion at their homes here. Buck, Mrs. and Mrs. R p Tom

p } Mra. H. H. MrRae. Cor. M/.. ft.... Zclgrlor: C... I MlM A.. .1....,c... G aa.kl... C... W. L. Blanchard, W. L. Beacon, Marshal J. B. Rowe 'Is recoveringfrom and Mrs. Vernon Rowe Jone
Jessie Reddish, J. F. Reddish and a recent illness. A. L. and C. Sullivan >t
Eld. C. A. Crosby filled his regu Howard Moore returned to hIs Car Stolen Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon and Effie Miner. F. R. Carradine is the latest to were business, visitors here 1'hereQa,
Jar appointment at Corinth Church home here Tuesday after spendinga W. H. Andrews of Hampton, but daughter; Eva, of Starke, Mr. and purchase a truck for the transpor- Tues-
Saturday night and Sunday. wee with frIends and relatives In formerly of Starke, had the misfortune Mrs. J. Roy Quinn of Evergreenand Sunday Blue Law tation of produce to the eastern day.Please give the
Miss Ida Mae Lewis ta vIsiting Miami. I :: of losing his car last Sunday Mr.and Mrs. S.H. Thompson of Under an ordinance passed by markets. your notes and Favorite correspondent
relatives at Plant City. Leonard Klncheon spent the night. It was taken from his Woodlawn were all visiting Mr. and the city council at their last meetIng Those attending the fight at Tuesday/ evening. Recipe by
i Robert Ward returned home week-end with relatives In Starke. home during the night. Police were Mrs. R. N. Crawford Sunday. business establishments, ex-
Tuesday after spending several Mr. and Mrs. F. Fender and son, notified when the car was missed Mr. and Mrs. AncU Parrish of cepting hotels, restaurants, garages -- - -
weeks In Tampa with relatives.Mr. Billy, *and daughter, Ruth end and about 13 o'clock the next day Wnndlawn and Hiss: Pearl Carltonof and filling stations, are prohibited
and Mrs. Clayton Crawfordand Mlsa Oulda Hall attended the revival it was found this side of Palatka, Hellbronn were visiting Mr. and from being open for business -
little daughter of Hellbroni services at China Grove Mon- wrecked and burned. The thieves Mrs. J. L. Gaaklna Sunday./ between the hours of 10 a.m.
have not yet been apprehended. Misses Pauline and Juanita Rosier -
'' section were visiting relatives her day night. / and 1 p,m. on Sundays.
Saturday.D. Tommy Lee and Raymond of Evergreen were visiting JONESSTORE.
Home Burned Miss Martha Crawford Sunday aft- Good With Merchants
Business
M. and B. M. McRae were Wilkes of Starke were visitors here
business visitors to Lake Butler Tuesday afternoon.A The bungalow belonging to Al- ernoon. Saturday all merchants reporteda
miscellaneous shower was bert Stringer was burned to the Mrs. Peter March Is spendingthis good Increase In their sales and
IM + Saturday. given Tuesday night In honor of I ground last Friday night. It was week at Belmore with her the streets had a busy appearance,
+' Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Halslop were the newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. I occupied by W. O. Barkesdale and Mr. and Mrs. Samson Crews and this Increase In sales attributed to
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.* W. Charles Batten at their home. A family who lost most all their be- children of Maeelenny were visiting the better prices our farmera are
i + :M. Oliver In Pine Level section Sat large crowd attended< and everyone longings as the house burned between their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. receiving for their produce. Small
urday. reported a nice time. 2.00: and 3:00: o'clock in the and Mrs. Bert Privltt, Sunday.Mrs. shipments of green corn Is going ..
$ Miss Allle Harnage Is visIting James Trelst and Miss Ida Ha- morning when the family were all Privitt accompanied them out daily besides beans, peas and
tier brother-tn-law and sister, Mr. gan were buslnea svlsltors to home where she expects to spend a other produce which is selling fora
sad Mrs. J. D. Dobbs, at RaIford Starke Saturday. covered few days. very satisfactory price. Our LAWTEY, FLORIDA
Ie this week. Misses Doris Brown and Juanlta Misses Lois Overstreet and Lu- merchants are offering special Inducements
Eld. and Mrs. W. E. Hall of Clarke are visiting relatives in Personal cille Crawford of Evergreen were to buyers with quality
Green Cove Springs and Mr. and Raiford. J. A. Thorne and family have located visiting Miss Martha Crawford goods and lowest prices and our 'Friday) Saturday June 16 17
Mrs. W. M. Oliver of Pine Level Miss Lucille Bennett of St. Petersburg In the large Saxon residenceon Saturday afternoon.Mrs. citizens are learning to patronize ,
r were visiting at H. M. McRae's has been visiting her sister Main Street. Mr. Horne has Mary Reddish and granddaughter home merchants. .
Sunday afternoon. Mrs. C. Sullivan. accepted the position as agent at Miss Willie Mae Reddish, -
Miss Juddlebelle Varner returnedto the Union depot of the Georgia are spending a few weeks at Locals
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McRae and
r' her home at Keystone Heights Southern, and S. A, L. Railroad Brooker with friends and relatives. Miss Louise Thede, who is attending !Slbs. SUGAR 19cj
and TommIe Ca-
ti,; V 'a son daughter of Starke, Anne were, visiting at H. Wednesday afternoon after spending Company here. Geneva Crews spent Sunday Conservatory/ Music at . . .

FI P ? :M. McRae's Sunday afternoon. a few days here with Miss Elsie Rev. G. E. McGauley preached at night with Alma Johns at Wood- Mt. Verdle. is spending her vaca- With 1-4 lb. PAR TEA_______ I4c
i Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Connor and Belle Geiger the Baptist church last Sunday lawn.A. tion at the home of her parents, I
" children were visiting Mr. and Mrs., Mrs. C. A. Youngblood and little evening, the morning service being J. Crawford spent Saturday Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede. |No. 2 Can LIMA BEANS, can__ 5cj
FrazIer Shaw at the State Farm granddaughter, Evelyn, spent Wed- omitted because of the revival night at Evergreen with his cousins J. H. Moore, who has been buy I
nesday with relatives in Brooker. services at the city hall. Algie and Wilburn Crawford. ing green corn at Ft. Meade, returned -
ti Sunday. Robert Dodd and L. C. ZeIgler The many friends of Mrs. W. R. Mrs. I. B. Thompson's two sisters to his home here Friday. I Best Grade S.R. Flour 24 Ibs. 64c
Mrs. T. N. Norman and children
Jackson from Richmond, Va., are visit- [ .
and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kaufmanwere who has been quite ill, Mesdames J. H. and Paul Moore
jof Hellbronn and Mrs. L. A. Crosby business visitors to,Jacksonville will be pleased to learn that she is Ing her here this week.C. were shopping in Jacksonville Fri-
r and little son, JimmIe, spent Sat I Thursday. able to be out again. E. Crawford, Spence Dicks Pinta SALAD DRESSING -___._ 13c
urday night with their parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wallace were Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Edwards of and M. L. Thompson were business day.Miss :Mary Lee Wynn of Hampton
-0 'and Mrs. H. M. McRae. visitors in Starke last Wednesday. Starke were business visitors here visitors to Jacksonville last week, visited Mrs. F. R. Carradlne JELLO-AH Flavors, 2 for. 15cjy

q 1.Fred Halslop and Arthur McRae Miss Margaret Dodd, who has ,last Monday. having gone there where these Sunday afternoon. OK Soap Powder for lOci
l motored to Jacksonville\ Monday. been attending the Florida State I Mrs. Thomas Dyal had as her young farmers wished to get a Mrs. J. B. Dye and son Fred, of request- or

Mrs. Ophelia Moore and son, Bu- College' for Women at Tallahassee, guests this week her daughter, market for their corn. They stated Lakeland visited relatives here Quarts HONEY BOY SYRUP_ ____ 19c
ford, left for their home at Ft. returned Saturday to spend her Mrs. Sam J. White and family, of the market was dull.LAWTEY. Sunday. .
rf Myers Thursday after spending summer vacation with her parents, Michigan.A. L. H. Hill, Jr., a student of the
u; aome time hero with her mother, Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Dodd, at their A. Durden of Monticello has .a University of Georgia at Athens, Irish Potatoes $$$ 51bs..5c|
'/f 'Mrs. E. J. Lewis. They were accompanied home on Silver Lake. recently been a business visitor Is spending his vacation at his
.
c. ; home by Miss Edna O. J Phillips of Lawtey and J. S. here.O.. I home here. '
to b Lewis. Phillips from Miami were visiting L. Harlrson la transacting O. J. Phillips Cor. Mrs. E. S. DIckerson returned to 'No. 2 Tomatoes, Stan. full pack, 4 cans 25cl

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae and friends here last week. business in South Florida this her home here Friday after spend
i Children of Starke spent Thursday Miss Minnie Swindell Is visiting week.C. Shower For Mrs. Harley ing several weeks visiting relatives Dry Salt Bacon Sides lb. .19c
night here with his parents, Mr. I her sister, Mrs. John Jordan, at G. Manalre has recently beena Mrs. Edna Harley who, prior to and Friends at Bunnell. > .
and Mrs. H. M. McRae. Putnam Hall this week.J. business visitor to Jacksonville. her marriage recently, was Miss Fred Boyer of Ocala is visiting
1 '1' V. L. Starling and Wesley Mc- J. ZeIgler and L. C. Zeigler Edna Davis, was entertained by his sIster, Mrs. W. F. Moore, this (Full Cream Daisy CHEESE, lb._____ 19cKellogg's
w;. Rae of Starke made a business trip were business visitors to Starke Mesdames V. R. Reddish E. B. week.
w.1: to this section Tuesday afternoon. Monday. GRAHAM Wells and O. J. Phillips at the Miss Carol Cain has as her guest CORN FLAKES, 2 pkgs.__ 15c

.* Quite a number of people of this home of Mrs. Reddish< with a miscellaneous this week Miss Vonda Inman of 'I j 7 oz. pkgs. Macaroni or Spaghetti, 3 for lOc]
," section attended church at Pine Ml.. Kll. Johnao. Cor. shower Friday after- Starke.
iwM{ /1 Level Sunday. DOUBLE RUN noon. Dan Harley was a business vIsi- II AGAIN-lOc tins ASPIRIN for_____ 5c
Vffi Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lewis and ., Mr. and Mrs. Felton Graves and The rooms were prettily decoratedwith tor to Jacksonville Monday.Mrs. .
.r.;;. mother, Mrs. E. J,Lewis, were visiting MlM Boo<. nrowa. Cor. Hiss Carrie McKinney/ Lake cut flowers and a profusion offern. F. R. Carradlne was a visItor Ij [Turpentine or Castor Oil, lOc size 2 for 15c]
: Mr. and Mrs. Elam Lewis in Wales are visiting relatives here. Readings and music Wall enjoyed to Orange Park Tuesday.Mrs. .
..j( Heilbronn section Sunday after- Mr. and Mra. L. Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. F. Griffin were in the beautiful decorated Minnie Reddish of Plant Ij [25cBee_ Brand Insect Powder_______ 19cj
children of this section visitors to Starke Saturday.We livIng room, after which the guestof City is visiting relatives and for
noon.Mr. were visitors Seedless Raisins, 4 ______ ______ 15cj
{ and Mrs. Earl Edwards of In Sparr Sunday. are sorry to report that little honor was led to a beautifully friends here.
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herman Garrett of Starke was in Ralph McKinney la no better at decorated well which contained I Mrs. D. W. Moore Is visiting relatives -
Norman of Vanderbilt section were this section Saturday afternoon. this writing and is in the Gill Hos- many beautiful and useful gifts. i In Greensboro, N. C.. this
I dinner guests of Mr. and Mra. W. Russell Judd and sisters, Lois 'pital at Starke. Refreshments of cake and punch I week.C. : : 'FROM OUR MARKET
", Crosby Sunday. and Millie, were visitors in Lake i Marvin Dodge of Pompano was were served by Misses Kathaleene T. Darby of St. Augustine is
\\.1 Butler Saturday night. visiting friends here last Tuesday. Blanchard Abbie Harley, Dolly visiting relatives here this week. Smkd. Country Sausage 14c Spare Ribs____-___. .9Yzc
Mr. and Mrs. Vallle Starlingwere Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dyal were Dlnklns, Martha Wells Betty Phil Jan Rosier and O. J. Phillips II
F their Mrs. Gladys lips and Doris Burney. attended the school officials' meet- f Fresh Pork Sausage_-_15c Picnic Hams ______ 12c
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Er- visiting daughter,
tSi : P NEW' RIVER nest Wilmot Sunday. Strickland in Ocala Sunday. Those attending were MesdamesR. ing In Jacksonville Tuesday. II Weiner ___ _________15c Round Steak ______. 15c
Brlncon Roberts Is R. Thede J. H. Moore, W. F. Miss Beverly Cady of Starke was
.. Lacy Thornton of Lawtey was In Hugh visiting
MlM 11I..1. ... Cor.
H: I this section Saturday night. his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Moore, A. H. Harley, L. F. Dink- visiting friends here Tuesday/ after II Western Pork Chops16c T-Bone Steak ______ .18c

H Russell and Lois Judd were in B. Roberts. Ins, R. V. Parmenter, E. M. Ben- noon.
Betty Jean Sapp nett, O. W. Roberts, F. R. Carra- G. H. Pearce is transacting
.
ati i> Little Betty Jean Sapp died here Hampton Sunday afternoon. week.J. |We Reserve the Right to Limit or Change the Above
Beautiful Howick Falls In Or- dine. W. C. Wooten, Enoch Criffis, business in Sarasota this
,?! \;' at the home of her parents. Mr. It Is easy to get married, but It ange Free State furnishes electricity R. P. Jones, L. H. Hill. M. B. Plum- S. Austin was a business visitor Prites Without Notice
\' and Mrs. E. A. Sapp, May 30. takes up too much time trying to for a factory, but does not marta mer, J. O. Godwin C. Teare, C. R. to Jacksonville Wednesday. -
t} !, Betty Jean was the youngest of ,.. Futch and Bill Wain-
stay married.-Mary Garden. beauty. WhItehead, T. J. Terry. J. J MarK Melvin
': children and was greatly loved
; ,(five --- .

v' k r'i'>.: such by all a sweet who knew disposition her. and She made had "THE MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" ---By L''! F.- ,Van:Zelm I Ijluily

: friends so easily.
'
+ The entire community greatly -
it with the parents in HOSPITAL fA JON'THEN
sympathize
::- fuzz At1TOM061LE
j f their bereavement. 1HA1'8 RATT>ETTTAPca GRAD- SuDPOSE PiRIGHT
'r: Funeral services were held Wednesday 1EsT TiQE4 QESHoD-vMVES SE S GLASSES UP HERE A _-
+ MAIN STREET'4BALLON T 1 HEMSITCHINti _
,, ;; morning at the Sapp cemetery QqING, N'E\IIISPAPEQ OrrF/ (HORN ER ORDERS TAKEH FOR HEY HEN PURPOSE, Y// ,,1bor
': where interment took place. WHAT IN DO YAi1 n
:; Pallbearers were: S. L. Crews, ,
W/! .\\ James Lavender, Howard Thomas TIRES GET DOIN'FIUHDEa' .. -
Tfta&.i., C. E. Crews. RISE OUT OF HEN GpS y0 :
.rlrrn"i
r "" T'I '
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F
f Card of Thanks /

H! \) We wish to express our heartfelt{ MEN RA"TL TRAP, QUO. I
.\f thanks to all of our friends who GENIAL GARAGE PCOPC

:were so kind to render us their 'foQ,BROT HOME HI4
never-tiring efforts during the recent FIRST uFP&.y tw e.-uowi S / /
': death of our dear little Betty 'IhQC4 YE4TTQDAY. ,,
'h Jean.; and for the beautiful flowers !
KIST A3 MB RACED
Mr. and< Mrs. E. A. Sapp
and Children. THE 3MoPHO\ EytQ.A: ON f'NEArEeh4 0:
au f" \'/i' -
i Personals ALONG it ttrm MEM 4e4 .
j ? Miss Essie Sapp returned to her SAM Oil TV* GQlltNelS. _

14 Borne Saturday after spending a I
a..6.- ,
t ,week In Tallahassee attending the our '
M "'Yo''.4-H Short Course at F. S. C.. W. -
: i : A large number of our farmers

: -S f!" were transacting last week.business in Jacksonville DOROTHY; DARNTTi i By'Cha'rles McManus I

?, ,.r Among those who were business _

''t 0:.:M.visitors F. Wiggins in Starke M.Saturday O. and were Jay u.o OORoTMY' wow vtst Mi TU TIIEIID

4 1' Moody. F. M. MerrItt Joe Moody HoW Is 1 'VoUA kl's rlwcfAYlER / How rbLfvICIW4 iD.tAIY I ON I Stfat
j ; j 10. W. Sapp. Mr. and Mrs. J. U OJ. nlrFtKS. tluT LILSTYENi \ NOW t

. i Johns, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp. WNOYou. Voo wins A pill 1 SOB DUED :'.
: Mr. and Mrs.., M. L. Johns and DANDY ouoei
t,children were the dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Johns Monday.
p.t''; J. I*. Johns was transacting -
_'i'f' business In Lawtey Monday.
.. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Andrews and
:r,,si, ; children have moved to Miami to roc wci
.c
Ik i\, make their home. We miss them .t:;

u. : i .; very much, but we all hope they :
; enjoy their new home.BANANA -..
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flj ij
-S S"Y 4Fl PEELS r? w p

? ;S JACKSONVILLE-James, N .... 'r..,
A( Q$*year -old Jacksonville man, i iI .
i .
?, lipped on a banana peel whlla I
/i. walking in the business district I
Sunday night. In the fall he suto c
:l feted a broken left arm and shoul II I CIlAS.M MAI-IUS.-

: der. His condition serious. __ -- _
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rnIp.tY, dCNE 16. 1933 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAKKC. FLORIDA PAGE TIIRER
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__......- obtained by Federal agents who FIERY WARNING here! wanted subjects for their TIRE-TUBE BOAT cop plans to return to Detroit via t, {

tapped a telephone wire' leading PENSACOLA: Crowds along the Atlantic A pusher engine
FORT MYERSThe fiery cross clinic. Dr. T S. Clason of Colum )
into! his home. which requires three gallons of-fuel } r r ,
burned lust week In Safety Hill has bus, Ga. declared he had located aphenomena the water front these days are 1
Is the motive In the-
a day power.
not entirely discouraged negro la "Pop-Eye" Leonard deeply Interested In the dally recitals -
STATE NEWS FRATERNITY FIRE Gulf of Mexico one of the inflated
LIVE voters, C. C. Jones of
an
secretary of of > of Josef Lee-
GAINESVILLE Perry, 15-year-old: negro boy, experiences tlrea was punctured, Leccop claimed -
Fire, believedto the
election
board. Bald that several
have I Rlchland, Ga. Perry proved the cop, a Detroit French engineer out by a fish, and he came into ; -
started
of Florida in Short Paragraphs as a janitor built a had registered. The; cross, erectedby I sensation of the convention and of employment. Lt'ccop came Into Pensacola Day in distress
News fire in a grate to burn trash, de- four robed figures, was believedto
landed a job in the movie to play Penaacola harbor in a ten-foot -
stroyed the roof and damaged the have been placed there as a
role of craft constructed" almost exclusively -
the a pickaninny frightenedat One of the unique features of the
second floor of the Kappa Alpha warning; to negrlM8-to refrain from I
the sight of a skeleton. "Pop- of automobile tires and tubes. I annual chess tournament In Stro-
vi w >inr"' urn m fraternity house at the Universityof voting In the coming: election. Is able to control his eye-ball These Inflated auto accessories
-- -- -- --- --- Eye" beck, Germany, Is a played
o
Florida here and water used in There has been -official Investigation \- game + '
no form the of craft r'f
to
muscles in such a manner as buoyancy the with living pieces.Broadcasting .
HOSPITAL SOLD flee reported expenses of the session fighting it caused much damage to of the affair so far. Chiefof make either protrude to such an which has taken him from Detroitto
HeightsjlOIIpltal at $199,481.59 with walls. Only three of the fraternity Police W. A. Wells said no action .
TAMPAThe Tampa a numberof extent as to make the entire eyeball Chicago, thence down the Mississippi is just ten years ? i,;
here has been sold by the bills still outstanding. The cost members were living in the houseat I had been taken by the police visible beyond the socket River, to Gulf ports Lee- old. ',r

JlclgMs Hospital, Inc., to of the regular 60-day session of the time, the others having left department, while nothing has been

hmpa of St. Francis, a Catho-' 1931 was $206,127.88 and the total last week-end for their homes when dune at the sheriffs office. < >

thSlsters which now operates hosplSg for the three sessions of 1931 was the term at the university ended. I -. 1 H

order st Petersburg, Miami 32478270. POSTPONED UNTIL FALL 6-
at DISMISSAL OR PAY CUTS
and other cities. -- TALLAHASSEE- of Mallie

peach TAYLOR IS CHOSEN CLEARWATER-Salary cuts or Martin, Crestvlew publisher, on a

'OLDEST CITIZEN!: TAMPA-John S. Taylor, Largo, outright dismissal faces some of charge of alleged embezzlement of

TAMPAFlorida's destLHzen, was elected unanimously to the the thirty-three employes of the $4,750 from E. C. Strickland, former liiiii

; Martha Weeks, 105, was presidency of the Florida Citrus Pinellas County clerk's and sheriffs state shell fish commissioner,

irirkea' HI at her home near here Exchange, for the coming year, atan departments, as a result of the was postponed yesterday until the

Snort on the eve of her long- annual salary of $10,000. He I fee reduction bill passed by the recent fall term of circuit court. The ";

for the Century and other new officers were named Legislature. Officials declared postponement was granted at the I +
1 departure Special Arrangement with the Leading Magazine of the ,
tanned at Chicago. by the exchange board of directorsat that the new fees will not permit request of Dwight Rogers. Martln'a By ; "

I at progress planned Exposition the trip in celebration the annual session here. No continuation of the present service attorney! and Broward County Representative -1'1 Country We Bring: You the Biggest Bargain of All Time . }

ma bad of her own "Century of salary had been paid the presiding of their departments, although In the Stat Legislature Subscription To 3 Famous Magazines' with A New or Renewal

officer during the last two years, they will not know exactly what who said he had. not had timeto ;
I progress. it was said.PIGEON. reductions will be necessary until prepare for the case. Martin Order for This Newspaper. '

PRICES DROP they see how much the receipts are was formerly a member of the ALL 4| VJN LYe .

MIVMI: IILK price of milk has CARRIES MESSAGE affected. State Highway Commission and at MAKE UP YOUR OWN CLUD! ;
MIAMIThe WEST PALM BEACH-A carrier one time was secretary to former
dropped to five cents a quart retail pigeon which apparently fell VEGETARIAN DANCE Governor Doyle E. Carlton.BUCHANAN CHOOSE '
to nine
of seven
here, a reduction down the chimney of a local home FORT MYERS-Times are so S 00 ,

cents a quart here from during the quotations the win- and was picked up In the living hard in the Everglades that the TO DIE 1 Magazine From Group "A" ;

that prevailed said the price drop room one day last week bore the Seminole Indians were not able to TALLAHASSEE The Florida 2 Magazines From Group "8" '1

tea Dairymen but following message: "June 7 at have beef for the feast at their: Pardon Board has denied J. W. J I'JPrn ts-
"competition
was caused by indications of 4:0: p.m. lat. 2749.30 long. 79-55-30 green corn dance this year, W. Buchanan, condemned slayer of And

Here"milk was price no open war." distance about 03"4 miles north Stanley Hanson, only white man to two federal prohibition agents, TC:: ::r>."I' ((1 Full Year) f WHY PAYMORE "' ,'

My three-quarters east from Jupiter attend, reported last week. Hanson any further clemency hearings and ? r41 :.

-ACCIDENT lighthouse." The message was un a long-time friend of the In- Governor Dave Sholtz said he r't;t, ,

BAT CAUSES C. Barton of ,signed. dians, said the major tribal festival would set the execution for the
BRADENTON-C. ""'"-- after of week of June 10. Y I IV
closed five feasting
driving along the Tamlami days Your Cholct of Any One Your Choice of Any Two ;>f fH
I Chlpley- THAT NEPOTISM LAW Buchanan, a Taylor county farmer -
and tribal councilsIn
I lost control of his car when hunting, games Magazine in This Group Magazine in This Group I i- t f f'h
Trail,
TALLAHASSEE a county the heart of Big Cypress Swamp. shot and killed the two agents ''t' 1
the 4 k
In through open CROUP B
I a bat flew officer to his father's during a raid on his farm house
gives a job More than 150 Indians attendedhe ; GROUP A **\ ?
I windshield Barton was accom- halt-brother's daughter's child itIsn't salC:. more than five years ago. He was O Better HomuV "i t
Mrs Barton and both Q McCaU's M-f arlne.,,,._i Yr. | Garden 7 J n
panted by General life term for slaying e yr .
nepotism, Attorney given a prison
i sprains and cuts j O Woman's Home Compel Yr. O Woman' WorlJ 1 ye .'r
received severe Landis has ruled. His ruling held TOMASELLO COMMENTS I W. C. Mobray, one of the agents! w 1 it 8 t
Pictorial R.vl.w1 Yr. Household 1
turned Q Magazine
I and bruises when the coupe I such a relationship was in the fifth and a death sentence for killing J. +M n Needlecraft . 1 yr 4r' I'' Ii s
several times. They are confIDed STUART Peter Tomasello,, Q Screen Play.->-y-Jr.-i Yr.| yr '
I over and therefore would not P. Brandt, the other officer.rNIQfK +.+ r
degree Good Storlrt
111'
of the Florida House of iD s
I the Bradenton Hospital. speaker D Hollywood Mole Msg_l Yr. '
to p ,
come under the provisions of the Representatives, commenting here O Open Road (Boy )___J Yr. I Country Horn 2 yn S'' ,' 1..
Florida anti-nepotism law which VESSEL D Succenful Farming l.r r
JlKOIl "SEES THINGS"BARTOW on the last-minute and dramatic Q Pathfinder (WUy.) -1 Y,. [ ? 3 3ES ,tydiQ
prohibits officials from hiring more of administration's debt' MIAMI BEACH-The first marine ab ,.,-, Q PragraefwPaemer 2.n
defeat the
-A mistrial l was declared ambulance In the United Q n Southern Agricultural 1 yr 4
than one relative within the fourth tar C''tatftet Aot ] e
I in the murder refunding bill said: "I believe the And Tour Choke of Any OIM t i;
last Friday States was launched nnd christenedhere ,........tin/ Grovt ,
I trial of Charlie Brown when a juror degree. ever present and guiding hand of when the Phllerla dipped Into fa. Mdl4lllnl fa Group A

I became violent, suffering with the DISTINGUISHED- SHINGLES divine providence was invoked to the waters of Biscayne Bay at MIami THREE IN ALL, fr1i THREE IN ALL ,

I hallucination he was the slain man. made In preserve for the people of Florida Beach. The ambulance will be
PALATKA-Shingles
that next most precious thing to
I who took Frank Max-
Physicians the W. L. Phllbrlck
operated by
Florida will cover Mount Vernon, "
I the courtroom,, human life-liberty. The bill was THIS: O/FiR 1s Oentle'ment-v
from
the ,
well, juror home of George Washington. The I home in Miami Beach and Is designed -
defeated when the House sustained dJ
I been In health
had
said he poor to take from
cypress shingles are as nearly as that the bill patients > P>.... tend the three roagufnN
1 and they believed the strain of the and Tomasello'a ruling Ing ships or torescue ... tncloit t.-? m& y
possible replicas of the orginal pan-I
reconsidered. Thespeaker's
I four days trial had been too much have been patterned from one of could not vote be broke a tie. distress on.small boats.( The There are no strings attached to this checked with s yeiV ubtcitptloit to your newipaper. 1 tf -

|for him. \rls is a 24-foot Frlgg model boat, -ir
the original strips. An order for a )
offer I Every magazine ubscriptioa 1'
carload of the shingles has been received SHIPPERS BENEFITTALLAHASSEE the first of its design ever built Name.., ..., ,-? ,- i tt ttIf
MOCK LANDS ABLAZE by a local concern. The only and its two 93-horsepower motors will bo Ailed exactly a. represented.

PORT LAUDERDALEFannedBy difference with the new productand The State I will develop a speed of 33: miles an of subscriptions; tae!>> .
any your relent R.F.DTown .
| brisk winds for the past two Railroad Commission's order can- 'hour or u -
I days, muck land fires in the Everglades the original Is the new the ones old celling surcharges allowed rail car- newals the time will be properly ex a
rived by machinery,
I have spread over a 23-mile: were hand. riers on freight rates will mean a I POPEYED NEGRO tended. and Suteu

I front from Hialeah north to the ones by saving of approximately $300,000to ST. PETERSBURG-Southeast- ;

I New River canal NOT HUNTING- BEARS Florida shippers during the period I I ern optometrists.... In convention t
Smaller fires have started In other J. from April 25 to September 1 .
MADISON L. Peek, Judge
I lections. New appeals have been 30, the commission said last week. I .
I aide to State officials for funds to W. Kinsey and Dr. B. F. Hamrick The announcement state that the I
In the Econflna River Ii
I obtain men and equipment to fight were fishing odd State Road Department has saved i i .
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when Dr. Hamrick, noting
I the fires. $2,238.29 on freight charges from
sounds in the bushes, saw the largo -
April 25: when the order was put '
REMVK CURFEW LAW est bear he had ever encountered.His Into effect, to June 1. It said all ?
TARPPON SPRINGS-"Curfew only weapons were a penknifeand and Florida industrieswere :
shippers
I shall ring again" in this city, beginning fishing pole. "Doc" and Bruin benefiting in proportion.GAS H ,
each other for a few moments f
at -
gazed
I this\ week. The curfew ordinance -
I unenforced for many then the doctor decided that BOOTLEGGING :

years, has been revived by the city discretion would be the better partof Armed with
TALLAHASSEE ,
cleared out and \ "
valor, so he "' ; 4f
commlHlaoners and the local police authority given them by the recent

have been notified to see that it quickly, too. Legislature, State Inspectors soon

properly enforced. The curfew will start a campaign to halt boot- "
hour will be 9 p.m. during the sum- GETS TWO YEARS and adulteration of gaso- rt

I net months, and 8 p.m. during the MIAMI-Karl Foley was sentenced line legging and other petroleum products f 1 r
In the Federal penitentiary -
I school months, for children fourteen to two for years his activities in direct- sold at filling stations. They will 1'I

I years of age and younger. claimedwas work out of the State Comptrol-
what the government
Ing the biggest liquor ring ever de- ler's office and the State Commissioner t l
$3,000 A DAYTALLAHASSEE office seeking -I
of Agriculture
-It cost the veloped on the Florida East Coast. to curb illegal practices which We do not build
charged, directed
I taxpayers of Florida more than Foley, the government have robbed the State
of the ring by ra- ,officials say 18 pretty high.
13.000 a day to keep the 1933 Legislature operations of its rightful revenue and the pub- Production'I
Miami
his sell
from
do
and telephone
In session here for two dio against him was lic of Its money for years. But we
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FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FIUDA
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: Presbyterian Swimming Party Starke Chapter To Entertain CAHD OF THANKS MARRIAGE LlI'E

: Auxiliary Meets Worthy Grand MatronMrs. 1 1 We wish to thank the electors: The following !tic., 1cEg
Little Miss Ida Lula Davis cele- and all of friends wno so kindly
: I our sue4 by County Juan spar
'f3ocict IJJ The Ladles Auxiliary of the brated her eighth birthday Thursday Leona Faircloth, worthy assisted us tnrougn the Illness ,of man" last week:

Presbyterian Church met .at. the afternoon at the summer cot- gTanu matron ox: tne Grand l.118P-1 our son and brother, J. L. Good 'Charles W. Batt, ,

,. ,. home of Mrs. S. E. Brownlee Tues tage of her parents; Mr. and Mrs. ter of Order of Eastern man. Hornsby. ? Hal

2.:..' I ,: day afternoon, with Mrs. E. M.:'D-. R. J. Davis at Klngsley Lake. Florida, will make her official visit I :J. D. Goodman and Family. Shady Drinks Em. ".m. '
to Starke Chapter, No. 166, next .aln
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; r Pleasuring\ Party Baptist W. M.\ S. vie, president of the Auxiliary, pre- joyed Swimming throughout'and the games afternoon.A were en-. Monday evening, the 19th. All CARD OF THANKS There Is a pink ---

:A Marked Success Circle MeetingsCircle siding. with members of the order are invited] We wish to express our many a :T-urbank. Calif., orcharPa treEngland
After a abort business session white birthday cake eight
to be
The home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. No. 1 of the Baptist Wornan's green candle and fruit punch was present. |I.. thanks for the kindness of our .
Griffin was the scene of a most enjoyable Missionary Society was entertained Mrs. W. A. Bonham conducted the served the little folks by Mrs. Davis Reservations are being made now' friends and! the flowers given to has combination
Bible study. Dr. Lowry spoke on for the banquet in Mrs. Faircloth's'honor offices aud p
beloved
our baby. telephone
affair afternoon
: Friday Monday afternoon by Mrs assisted by Mra. H. C. Rltch. oooths
c the achievements of great missionaries 6 o'cloc>f fat
Monday evening Newsomeand
t when Circle No. 1 of the Methodist P. M. Barefoot and Mrs. Lloyd the work Those invited to spend the afternoon lIt Mr. and. Mrs. Perry
stressing accomplished -
the Magnolia cafe.
Missionary Society entertained by Green at the home of Mrs: Barefoot In India Dr. William with Ida Lula were: Family.
giving a measuring party, which Call Street. by Is expected that several of the' Say it with
on Wanliss who had spent thirty-nine Sara and Betty Jo Sewell, Patsy Flowers]
:was a marked success both socially state officers will also be pre ent.J : :Among those attending the Eastern -
The meeting was in charge of the years as a medical missionary. and Carolyn Keene, Sara Barefoot,
.
and financially.The Star meeting in Waldo Friday +mm+ m+ mi
circle leader, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Plans were completed for the Jacqueline Andrews, Betty Hayes BASKET PICNIC A. H im
and Mrs. C.
Mr.
who used as her subject, "Being a Mary Loraine and Kathleen Stock- evening were
invitations' to this pleasant Child," taken from the ninth chap next meeting which will be held at well, Betty McRae Joan Dobrow, All present and former' members Futch Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Sls- Flowers For All

affair read as follows: ter of Markk.During the :Mitchell cottage at Kingaley Martha Klckliter. Merry Beth i of the Circle and the W. O. W. are trusk, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Im- .... "-

"This neat little apron is sent to Lake when the husbands of the Knight, Clarice Thomas, Freddy Invited to a basket picnic Thursday bach, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes,
business session It
v you the members will be invited to a picnic Wimberly! Jean Davis, Patsy afternoon, June 29, at Torode's Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Mrs. G. A. GERTRUDE GODBEY
was decided to combine the social the
following regular
: supper landing, Kingsley Lake. Dinner Mra. Frankle Hudson,
And this is ,'what we want you and business meeting Tuesday. Wainwright, Margaret Montietb, Anderson ANDERSONPhone
to do: I the 27th of this month, at'which monthly meeting. Clarice Gill and Hilda Searing. will be served at 6.30: p.m. Bringa Mrs. W. H. Hart, Mrs. W. J. Ep
Mrs. Milton Brownlee assisted by full basket, and let's all have apleasant Green.
and Mrs. L. D. 39 Waldo
The little person |
pocket you plainly see time the circle will enjoy" a spend- Miss Martha Brownlee, Jean Davis Fie
Of special purpose is meant to be; BIRTHS outing.
the-day party with Mrs.Jbaeph E.
:Meaaure your waistline inch by Wilson at her cottage at Kiopsley 'and Margaret Lowry served a do- Mr. and Mrs. Leon Norman, MRS. L. S.HUTTO, The birthrate) of the United Occasions

Inch, ,Lake. ', i llcloua salad course. Lawtey girl,. June 11.. J. W. MORGAN. States.la decreasing rapidly.

.And pee that the measure does not The following committee 'was

pinch! appointed to make plans for this.

For each little Inch you measure party t

"t round, Mrs. E. C. Priest chairman,'assisted TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE SPECIALS THAT WILL Beautiful Eylet Voiles, 2.piece

In the pocket put a penny sound. by Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Mrs.

The game is fair, you will admit P. M. Barefoot, Mrs. d. A. Anderson Organdies and Crepe PicqueFrocks
You 'waist' your money, we ''pock- and Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr.

ef it. During the social hour Mrs.O. A.

______ If your waist Is small, consideryou're Anderson read a chapter of the

lucky "Largest Stewardship on Person-
ality." SAVE YOU MONEY
And if it's large. just show you're
plucky. The hostesses served candlelight

salad, saltines, and Iced tea.
t Then send or carry, which best mayo
seem Circle members present were:
Mrs. R. R. Hutchinson, Mrs. J. M.
z "
To the home of Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Hundley, Mrs. Annie Richard, Mrs.E. Raw materials and merchandise are going up. Now is the time to buy

r, C. Prleflt, Mrs. W L. Wall, Mrs.
The rooms of this spacious home H.L. Brownlee, Mrs. W. J. Epperson fore, 'prices advance further. For be$1 85 each

, were thrown en suite and lavishly Mrs. O. A. Anderson,. Mra. J. .
decorated with roses, zinnias, daisies D. Goodman, Mrs. G. H. Bennett,
+; i coral vine and other summer Mrs. J. B. Sapp, Mrs. Wt B. Mundy

flowers. The guests were entertained Jr", Mrs. R. A. Thomas, Mrs Pate FRIDAY SATURDAY AND MONDAY JUNE 16 17 19

,l with a lovely program of Jassett, Mrs. G. P. Raymond Mrs. ,.

} music and readings the first number J. M. Brownlee. .. .'

;r :Mrs.being J. H."Waltz Courtmancb from,Faust piano,,"and by Circle No. 2 met at the home of We offer these UNUSUAL 'BARGAINS- beside many others that we: could MEN'SSport
Mrs. W. H. Perkins on Call Street

v ;l Miss Miss Marjorie Anita Courtmanch Stump gave, violin a humorous Monday afternoon with the leader, not get on this page-COME IN! IT WILL PAY YOU1LADIES' I
Mrs. L. G. Powell, in charge of the
reading entitled "Mrs.
program. Mrs. Powell read the Pants
Bogga Musical," which was fo'
first chapter of the book,,"Largelt
,lowed by the popular number, "
Stewardship, which the two cir-
cl "Over the Waves," played by Miss .
cles are studying. During the
Anita Courtmanch, first violin N.
;
{ T. Bitch second violin and Mrs. business session the following flower ) In the latest stripes

Courtmanch piano accompanist. month committee of July was: appointed for the Prints i and

n Mra.: A. 2. Adklna, accompanied by sizes 28 to 44
First Sunday-Mrs. C. A. Knightand
:MIss Mona Alderman sang "Into
the. \Dawn With You" and "Hom Mrs. J. E. Wilson; Second Sun- Wash Frocks
s day-Mrs. G. W Alderman andMrs.
t J :ing-
: R. A. Newsom; Third SundayMrs.
v In a flower contest :Mrs. J. W.
q; Voiles
F. F. Flume and Mrs. E. M. 88c
White wrote the largest number of paiiMHHHHH
.correct aaswer.'Bi1d was rewarded Thomas; Fourth Sunday-Mrs. L.
O. Powell and Mrs. Nat William
with 1 dainty apron, while Mrs. A. The meeting was closed with a We just received a shipment of pret-
'
IV Saul waa entitled to the booby,
a ,
L +''f 'Which waa also a small apron. In dent prayer of by the Mrs.two A.circles.M. Darby, presi- ty Voiles, Organdies and Seersucker: One table of Fast Color,,Materials in.

the observation contest, Mrs. R. F. .
Mra.. Perkins, assisted by her '
; ,;Demorest did the best memory daughter, Miss Eunice, served light Dresses, sizes 14 to 44-- Pretty Shades to go at- .
h 'WOrk and was presented a sewing. refreshments to the following Fast Color, BI'd White
...apron. .
4 Mrs. Griffin and Mra. N. T. members:
Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs. J. H. Broadclothi
Mitch, assisted by circle members, :
Lord, Mrs. Maria Klckliter Mrs F.
.-served dainty sandwiches and Iced F. Flume, Mrs. E. M. Thomas Mrs. 88 9

,'ttsuTheTBunr'of t $2265 was realized Nat Williams, Mrs. G.;; W..Alder C C yd.

man Mrs R. A. Newsom.. Misses
the entertainment and this
from
Men's Shirts
Amy and Ethel Moore and Mrs. L.
.amount will be used for local work.
G..Powell.
J Circle No. 1 greatly appreciates .
'"the interest shown and the hearty
Gives Kid PartyOne
p Y :response to the Invitation. A number -

a ? who could not attend sent their of the most delightful af- Anklets Tadies' Pure Silk WHITE
it Children's
i' X contribution.. fairs of the past week wan+ the Kid
II i *..
Party given Saturday evening by FULL
FASHIONED Mesh Oxfords 44c
I-7; ThomasDenmarkMr. Mlsa Rosalind Jacobs at-Uie sum-

mer home of her parents, errs md '
and Mrs. P. S. Denmark announce Cotton or Silk HOSE
Mrs. B. Jacobs, at KlngsleV Lake.
Heel I
With Cuban
the marriage of their
fy Dancing was enjoyed,jlurtngtheevening i .
daughter, Lois Lee, to Joseph E.Thomas -" ,: ,
and kid were play/ .
games -
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Sunday, June 11, 1933, 3
r
ed. Prizes were awarded Miss lOc 47c $1.00 pair
..JacksonvIlle Fla. .
Hazel Middleton and Julian Peek,
1 -l Mr. .and Mrs. Thomas are botht'
Jr., for having the most youthful
I residents of Starke and have many looking costumes. EVERY
friends here who will learn with
.
M Miss Jacobs' guests were;
:Interest of their,
marriage. They
Misses Hazel Middleton, Ruth


,x} t t :Mr.will reside Thomas for the in Brown la Chattahoochee employed Drug Company.al where druggist Sternberg elle Kendrick Ritch,,Annie Beverly, Mary Mae Canova Cady Pearce, ,Ruby,Harriet Es- Seersucker, Voiles Ladies' Pajamas Ladies' Summer Hat


Kilpatrick,' Leila Dea Andrews!,

Bobble Connely of Green Cove
1 ;, RABBIT MEAT Springs and Mrs Dora Beasley of in the house to go at-

*. o An Answer to the Question Gainesville; and Julian Peek Jr., Organdies and Dresses

"What. Shall We Have For A. E. Wall, Jr., H. S. Harvey.:Eugene -

Dinner?" Matthews, Billy Graham
Johnnie Redgrave, Lester Mlckler,
i Domestic rabbit mt'3t'la delicious F. M. and Buster Smith, Charles 49c
tender and fine flavored. Darby and Paul Knight. REGULAR 25cVALUESFAST TO WASHING -

It la firm and white like the .

,, breast, of a chicken. Birthdays HonoredMrs. Guaranteed Fast.ColorsWhile They Last-.
.
Far superior to wild rabbit

and always seacon. J. T.:Quigley and Mrs; F.,A. : n fo ; ,
"l/>oi, ;
; .
'. E. R. BOWERS Scott were Joint h08te ee.;almtbome :
of the latter Friday evening '
'' See Me at Canova's ,.
F- 1 Pharmacy at a lawn party In celebration ,

.I the birthdays of their broth*toil'; 19c 47c Regardless of former cost

A. and L. J. Wynn of Hampton, yd. sac
: POSITIVE, RELIEF I' which are June 4 and ll;,;Ftfeuda 1 Group of $2.00 and $2.50
'
3 FROM and relative from St. .AutfUBtl&e,
Gainesville and Starke were present "

PILES to enjoy the occasion. -

After a delicious picnic supper Silk FrocksWash
netel pWaTt 1'-S'
4i ....... ...... gifts were presented games contests -
; r M Iry' LADIES
rr "i music and conversation were SILKSummer .
L : .t ..'tb. hiM' Alit Ties
I ...1aIa lr HEMO-; enjoyed.The ,
W. '..wtt.Ie ......... honor guests received many to go at-
u w1 s -7...... ...--.... congratulations and good wlahea Beach Sandals
1 '3m. l .., ,If r.. _. tort ra bf piles 7w: ._-- Fast Color Neckwear
li ..k.T. pr..b..fcly tried mmmr -.11" Honors Cousin
.l : i D....|j_d..HEIMO-FREE ,
t kr put di.appolatm..t.. It*..tlo. Little Misses Edna and Margaret $1.69BBHsJHHHHHBIIBlfloBlMHHiBE
+,r' .. positive. BlnaMt miMmlov' I. 'Scarce were hostesses to a numberof 9c eachTHE 49c 49c each
i 7 f_ } _.. .f I........ bl..disg._......... their little friends at their horn
t i n....., or traal poll.. Street evening .'. ... ",
Monday
Cherry
wasin t on
a.1ter bow .,. III.
y i f.ro .violent pals ..-........ 70W from 7 to 9 pm when the; 'enter- HVD
",,I X}' t.' ...U 'mlnr. R_fW, that alned: in honor of their cousin,
.' yrlo.l... b ppln... by ...ding far Blanche Faver of Miami who Is
ir +,l ; ... ..iag HEMO-FREE. If 71- their guest.
,'' vich. pay patinas upon ...11....,.. Games and contests were enjoyed 4 )

.' y J k EMO*md bMl-tim Ow LABORATORIES tomp.. .n today NOW I. which| during light refreshment the evening after were & R. STORESTARKE


IS2O west FIe. Blvd. M; served by the hostesses assisted by "
+ L A-t.U Calif. b, their mother( Mrs. P. J. Pearc,.,

((1 E*.Io.... I. $1.00 for;full .1!M Those'Present were Next Door.to the Post Office FLORIDAPAGE
.... .(.HCMO-FREC. Juanita Barefoot Carolyn and ,

k a... _, Patsy Keene Betty Strlngfellow,
l Address- .. Elaine Edwards Phillip Manaava,
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f ; L ._ I N. T. and Tommy Ritch.xrydi .
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Miss JioverlyCady returned f s(
Miss Betty Mace of DeLand i James Martin Miss Mary Brownlee left Wed : '
home Friday from a week's stay at
spent lost Thursday In Starke with don cf DeLand were nesday for DeLand where she will
the Zeta Tau Alpha house party at
Miss'! Mary Brownlee. of Mr. and Mrs. :H. spend two weeks the guest of rT
Jacksonville! Beach. She was accompanied
Bits of Miss Mary AJ- friends. Miss Brownlre was accompanied ''t
to Starke by Miss Beth
Mr. and Mrs. -- far as Palatkn her
Wyman Marshall of as by Root of Plant City a guest at the
Jacksonville spent the week-end in Mr. and Mrs. C. mother Mrs. H. L. Urownlee, and qgrorlty\ house party, who spent the> 4
Starke with relatives.Mr. Gainesville spent Miss :Martha Brownlee. 1
week-end with Miss Cady at her
loCal Nev with :Mrs. Mr. home at Kingsley Lake en route
: and Mrs. E. C. Priest were and Mrs. J. C. M : Miss Pauline Waldrop and Mid home. '.
visitors to Green Cove Springs. Mae Cox, who have been enjoyinga ft

Concerning; Our People Business and Wednesday afternoon. Miss Elma Tho visit In St. Petersburg, were recent West Frankford, 111, has one of r ,
and her father L> guests of Mr. and Mrs F. W. the largeet coal mines In the world. )
Pngrcti t f the County and Town. Miss Mary Pearce has recently Green Cove Springs Varneiioe. Mrs. Vnrnedoe and

accepted a position In the law offices to Starke last Thurs the Misses Waldrop and Cox were class
of Col.! J. L. Frazee. mates at Columbia College.
I Mr. NAT SEZ: t ::4r
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. '
Sunday is Father's Carson M. Griffls of Highland Mack Ezell of DeLand was a Mr. 5'I
Remember Ft. Myers are her : and Mrs. W. M. Morrow )left -
was transacting business here Mon. visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. rr,h
.. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Saturday for Gainesville where Mr. Sunday is Father's Day, and he
p& _. day. H. L. Brownlee last week.
Morrow will attend
their home on of Summer
yo certainly deserves It. After 4
j"pwillps of Lawtey was a School. Later they will go to Jasper ridingIn
here Monday. W. H. Smith of Sampson' City Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Knight of where Mr. Morrow will be a the back seat 304 days Of the ir; 'rand '
wtor was 'a business visitor here Satur- Jackaonvlle were guests Sunday of Mr.and Mrs. R. I member of the high school faculty year It Is fitting '"

EddJ1.Lewis of Brooker was a Mf. and Mrs. W. G. Halle. Butler were in I there for the coming term. right that r 1'
Saturday. day.J. week-end visiting Father should ? {
,wtor here S. Norman of Lawtey was 'attending Dr. P. A. Brinson of Baldwin andT. ents, Mr. and Mrs. come up front '
Miss Eunice Perkn.a returned'
; Brinson of Baldwin was to business in Starke Fri. A. Brinson of Hugh were busi- once just to R -
home last week from a week's visit
Aubrey Monday. day. ness visitors to Starke Friday. Mrs. O. E. see what it feels. t ,f
ylflltor here visit In Archer with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. ) 4
and Mrs. Na han like. j 4 4r
Williams, Jr. Miss Perkins was accompanied -
of Brooker wasIgYlsitorliere Ralph Cox of the State Farm Mr. and Mrs. Charles Imbach week for a several Mrs. I
Kelley
EU. J. H Tuesday. was visiting friends here Thurs- spent Thursday afternoon visiting i Wheeling, W. Va., will who spent home a few by days Mrs.here Williams as a I'm In fu\or ,r ',
friends In Green Cove Springs.Mr. It '
I guest,of the Perkins family. of Mother's Daytoo A I (
Miss Edna
Patricia Lambe was a visitor day.R. .although ,
bliss Macclenny Sunday.j F. Merritt of Lake Butler was and Mrs. Lenthal Wymanand first of the week- Miss Marjorie Stump left Mon- the Uillc keep ,r : !aslant 4
to attending to business here Satur daughter.. Ruth of Lake City where she will Ur; day for Benson Springs where she on getting ,: '

J Canova of Gainesville was a day. were visitors to tSarke Monday.Mrs. ,School at the '. will attend the Florida Presbyte-, attention and ', 1
Slarke Monday. I clan Conference for are In the limelight all through
to Young People,
Alter Mrs. H. C. Wimberly of Highlandwas R. R. Thede and Miss I Mr. and Mrs. 1. opera-I. where Intensive training la given life| tint did you ever see the picture :

E McRae was a business a visitor here Monday .after Louise Thede of Lawtey were In and Mr. and Mrs. for Christian leadership. Miss!. I of a bridegroom In a Sunday y f ;
Barney
vtaitor to Jasper Tuesday. noon. Starke Saturday visiting friends. Jr., of Lakeland Stump will return home next Mon- Society section And when. It 4 h
guests of Mr. day. conies tlm+ for blessed eventing.
Pearl- Manning waa a visitor H. B. Kerce of Lake Butler was Mrs. W. L. Wall, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. Mrs. who gets all the publicity "Moth

Miss to Jacksonville Monday. transacting business In Starke- Sat Brownlee and Mrs. J. E. Wilson who Miss Lois Long is expected home Mr. and baby doing fine," the newspaper ) ''fi

urday. spent Wednesday In Jacksonville Miss Beatrice are this week from a month's visit In "'y. \Mrnt about Father t'
Teare of Lawtey ville spent the ar lie may be In bed. with nervous indigestion -
Mrs Catherine Washington, D. C., with her broth
a visitor here Friday. B. F. Renfroe of Fort Myers was Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendonand ley Lake with her er-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs but .who Her. beam!
wu a business visitor to Starke Wed- Mrs. E. S. Matthews spent ter, Mrs. F. B. :' B .S. Carroll. She will be accom- about It?' ',y 11

H. Lee Cotton of Lawtey was a nesday. Tuesday afternoon in Jacksonville. erly Cady. panied home by Dr. and Mrs. Car- -
business visitor here Monday.Mrs. roll who will enjoy a visit\ here with So, It we're gonna have Mother's 1 J lt
J. J. Zeigler of Theressa was a Judge and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman: Little Misses relatives. Day, Arbor Day, Flag Day 'and '; '

R. Pearce Jones of Lawtey business visitor here Monday afternoon. and sons are enjoying a stay at Carroll Hardee Ground Hog Day, I think It Is right r r! .ti
visitor here Thursday. .the Peek cottage at Kingsley Lake. of Fernandina are The following clipping was taken and proper that the old man should
fill a I week In Starke ., from the Tallahassee Democrat come In for his day too. It's your r 1

R F.-Hazen-of ,Brooker wajs a T. A. Turner and G. H. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. L'F., Dinkins and L. A, Davis. June 13, and will be of Interest to one chance to let him know that : .;

visitor here Monday were business visitors to Brooker little daughter Joan, of Lawtey the many friends of Mr. and Mrs. you think he's pretty good scout
business with rela- Mrs. T. B. and to give him a little token of .
Monday. spent Sunday in Starke Mrs. White here: "Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeC. 5J
]Lester Zeigler of Theressa has tives. .: has been a recent White will move In a few days appreciation. ; ,
L.
Mrs. A.
recent visitor to Starke. Resale Colson and C. L. Atkinson Reynolds Into their. new home in Magnolia '.
Men a of Brooker were visitors here Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthyand Johns at their Heights purchased from Marvin Sooooas Ed Wynn sea) hero A
Mrs. Q. H. Meadle spent Sun- nut Street. Collins, tic: .f.4 u
G. C. Kruse was\ a business visitor Saturday. day In Jacksonville\ with Mrs. A. L. she .. Tire-____Irtr( 2.V, 40e ami Via I'' '
to Jacksonville' Wednesday. Miss Alice she t\hlrllt441k", AOr, 79c and f 1Sox. '
Misses Lena Belle and Cleo Shepard Davla. .
Ga., visiting first of the week ._.10c, 17o, 25o and 83 in Ellajay. STOl'T
Mrs.J. A. Graves of Graham was relatives.Mr.are. Miss Callie Strickland of Kings-I where she will Ih-.lt.. _______20o, boo and It -
i visitor here Friday afternoon. term of the lbwdkerrhlefs----So to 23cnVTIIINO
several last .
ley Lake spent days VIOLA'SFor .t
and Mrs. O. LA Harrison of week with her sister Mrs. E. W. for Women. SUITS All i
of Graham was a
Wasdln
H. M
wool only---___ .$.93) '
were visitors to Starke Monday.Ray Hampton were visitors to Starke. Hayes. Mra. F. B. ? -

Tuesday. Hon. E. S. Matthews, chairmanof home after a visit by Good Sandwichesand If he hapMMi| to bft on bin feet 'fy
Colley Wihlwood was aaltor In Jacksonville again buy him a pair of I'KTEUM' -
Commission,
Railroad
Billy Graham spent several days the State of
here during the week-end. last week with friends at Jacksonville spent the week-end here with his Mrs. R. V. Turner' of ICE COLD BEER SHOES! ) I know he'll like 'vat. 4 ::
W. A. Alvarez.
Miss Delma Surrency of GrahamIn Beach.R. family. of Auk For Our 1'rlowi on Caws

In Starke Tuesday afternoon.Prof. Olin W. White, Mc- Adjoining NAT STERNBERG Y
A. Newsom and J. B. Sapp Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Mrs G A. also Sinclair Service Station t
patient at the Gill
business visitors to Jackson- Anderson and Miss Pearl Jordan: and Accessories.
and Mrs. W. L. Beacon of were were
visitors to Jacksonville Wed- past ten days Florida' 1 ; 1;
,, were Starke
ville Friday. ,
wtey were visitors here Friday. tion for _.. ; :
., "..:-, -. .. li. aesday., 1 v
to his home Sunday.Mr.
PAIR".c'C
I Comty Agent L. T. Dyer of Lake Miss Dimple Robuck of Jackson- h7i'
------ --
Tues- ,and Mrs. W. T. Turner of
visitor to Starke Mr. --
Butler was a visitor here Tuesday, ville was a in and Mrs. W.
day afternoon. New River spent the week-end
little ,
Starke with Mr. and Mrs. O. J. daughter
Charles Imbach was a business Mr. and Mrs. M. '
1'
liter to Green Cove Springs Frl- B. Y. Saxon and G. W. HInsonof Turner sonville were

fcy. Hampton were business visitors V. Moore and
here Saturday.Dr. L. A. Reynolds has gone to
N. C.. where he will spend
Raleigh,
Vivian Saxon of Hampton was Mr. and Mrs.
'(tending to business here Moult. Stewart P. Vandlviere spent several weeks attending to business of DeLand were I.
Monday and Tuesday in Jackson- matters. Thursday en route lop rocery If!
1
ville on business. Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely of Mac- While here they
lt. a Beal of Louisville Ga.. was and Mrs. A. H.
lilting friends In Starke Wedneatajr Arthur Moran and Pete Hendley clenny spent Sunday in Starke with
Waldo visitors here Wed- her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
of were
Mr. and Mrs.
nesday afternoon.Mrs. Balsden. and daughter Miss FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JUNE 16-17 4 4i

E. W. Hayes was a business visl- Monday for
and Mrs. W. H. Little Miss LeEtta Corpening Is !i
or to Green Cove Springs Tues- E. B. Wells will visit '
Hy. Biggs of Lawtey were visitors here enjoying a visit at Kingsley Lake Gainesville and JELLO Ice Cream SAUR KRAUT or '
with Mrs. E. M. Johns and daughter -
0 J. Monday afternoon.Mr. Gloria. 26c Powder, 3 pkg.. 25c HOMINY, can 5c ; ; '
Anders of Lawtey was at- Mrs. Frankle '
ending to business here Wednes- and Mrs. C. R. Lawrence of cial teacher in 1 )_ 1 ''
were In Starke Mlsa Mary Q. Dodd state health
lay Heights
Keystone School, left the "
Saturday afternoon.W. nurse of Ocala, spent the weekendin week for PICKLES Qt. Sweet 15c
Mrs Beulah Starke with Mr. and Mrs. William . .
Hunt of Hampton spend her summer .
w a visitor here Tuesday morn- M. Wainwright, state bank Norris. 23c
e6' examiner spent the week-end in Mr. and Mrs.
Starke with his family. Miss Amy Moore has returned daughter. Miss Corn Country Gentlemen 2 cns 15c
weeks'visit with
Judge and Mrs. a. A. Gardiner home from a two and Dandy, of : .
N. C.,
"ave> Faver and daughter. friends In Wilmington
returned home after week's Mrs Emily with Dr. and Mrs.
kit In Miami with Mrs. Gardiner'sather Blanche, of Miami were here the Jacksonville.\ their Kingsley I i ''
and uncle, J. A. and L. G. first of the week visiting at the 20c LIMA BEANS No. 2 can 5c N. ,
Johm.:: home of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Pearce. Miss Sylvia Hackel of Jacknon- Dr. C. e '. .
.. ville (Is spending this week the children of the ,


guest Kingsley of Lake.Miss Miriam Jacobs at Dr.Sunday and Mrs.afternoon S. P. :ll : APPLE SAUCE, can . . 5c '

BELIEVE IT OR NOT- Miss Flora Belle Jackson of Ba- Mr. and Mrs. G. ,65c

conton Ga., Is here visiting her TOMATOES 4 25c''
Kerosene 12c per '
sisters Mrs. T. T. Long and Mrs. Service Station. cans . ; '
D. P. Carpenter.

:A SALE Little Miss Elizabeth Wolfe of 28c SPINACH No. 2 can b lOc 114

Orangeburg S. C., Is spending sev- RITZ e e .
'
I .., ... eral weeks in Starke with her un- 1 **

cle and aunt Mr. and Mrs W. P. STARKE. MATCHES\ 2 pkgs 15c '

,Bread and Butter PICKLES_________12c 25c . e '

':,All lOc SPICES, 2 for_____ _________J5c pTAWORfl' BEGINNING l

;Armour TRIPE, large cans, 2 for_____25c FRIDAY PINEAPPLE, 2 cans e e 25c

'Armour I CORN BEEF HASH, 2 for___25c (On the ) ISc'

Matchless LUNCH TONGUE_______lOc FOR SALE-Buick COLUMN Touring Car, KIDDIE and ( Table PEACHES No. 2J/2 can 12c ht k

GRITS or MEAL, 10 pounds________Jgc $25; ten Inch electric fan, $2.1 O; Tom Thumb .1' '

Good FLOUR 24 Ibs._____________65c crosscut saw, $2. Rooms for rent.' FRIDAY and
It
TOILET SOAP, large bar, 2 for_____-9c A.FOR E. Dunham RENT-or 39T will Clarke sell St.9-room "BELOW. (On the : ? 3c Shiver GINGER ALE, 3 bottles 25c r ,j

Lighthouse CLEANSER: for_._.----lOc house.. G. M. SUtrunk, Starke, Fay Wray and ,

Raters CATSUP, 14 6z. l bottle_: --,__--JOc I I"... It Abo a *, GRAPE JUICE pt. 12c qt. 23c

3c Attractive ,
Bulk VINEGAR, gallon__ __------? KINGSLEY LAKE Monday ,7c
cottage for rent "SONG OF
new 0-room log a
forl5cPure .
Clabber Girl Baking Powder, 2 I by week' or month. Completely Charles Blckford

White Crepe Tissue, 4 for___..--25c i Private furnished.road Near entrance Penny and Landing.dock. ,Richard-t -*.!* : Gem Sandwich Spread e. ., 29c
loe I
Armour Cooked Brain, big can---- Reasonable rates. Inquire Foremost -, Wednesday Nl ; 9c : -:.--

Pure Mustard quarts_____________- Properties Inc., Penny Farms I (No Matinee\V'
, Florida. ItP HERBERT PORK and BEANS 2 9c |
A 11 1 5c SPICES, 3 for_------------- cans V
WANTED-Woman, refined, over I
1Oc '
VINEGAR, quart bottle___-------:..-- 30, with car to be trained as professional IS Artists ; .

corsetler.. Unlimited with opportunity.large organization COCO .6'/i Good, Heavy BROOM, eae b -. 15c x

Address Manager Box 406. Pa- Dancers, high

Saul's Store latka Fla. *1P --_- --- -- .5c1| SELOX, pkg. 5c 11Mrl.

FOR RENT-Matthews Cottageon Coming Next :

STARKE, r '.. .. .. FLORIDA Klngsley Lake.. By week or "STATE
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+''ris. PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FItlD.U', dTE I Ili

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i ir'4tt Caring For Pullets I -
r..r. SUNDAY DINNERSUGGESTIONS I.'!1'.:n'8

During The Summer I + Do You Know ? + I NOTICE and hv l Ie vii huer i io .",,. \I."

I ( Foreclosure. i,'ati 1, '..
1 '" Pays Profits Later. the Honorable .\ rear ,..
,
c 11 FARMERS SECTION Hy ANN FAGB the I'lrcult .' "
{ dlclal Circuit of l K "
GAINESVILLE-Summer man I Sundays are play days tot Hra4ford Count; '"
SUMMER May JSrd 1933, 'I in G
r. Why should not I
F agement of growing pullets. will therein lately ,,
,; Conducted by Demonstration Agents the housekeeper bar a, restful and Federal Land p.'? v
i play a large part in determining pleasant day alao, even though! hers lea Plaintiff and J nit It i rt
the profits for the next season, declares seven day Job I 1C her family will cooperate Avey Horn, Dttrna I a,
hr N. R. Mehrhof, extension aba can plan and serve meals sinned. who wa, \\11 un.
which require a minimum of time tote a. Special Master In'' ... Ser .I
and
poultryman. Improper care ecute the same, will
j, rote3rd YJ
management will reduce the vital- spent In the kitchen. day o* July, u:' j). ,
Food stores are helping the housewife gal l hours of ,
4-H Club Winners ml' b->f theta
ity and growth of the pullet so that In this traitor>> and are offering House door' In Stark. t. '
I' RURAL The Week she will not be able to produce eggs food which can be easily to the hhrhe and h A,
Spending
cash the following" d, idaeti
efficiently this winter. and quickly prepared on Sundayor actuate.. lyIng and I
hr
COMMON At National Camp The young growing pullets r day prepared us*. Why on Saturday not spare for yourself Sun- The ot:AF;''.. ot of NE'4 NW' I A) "B tlVv.riteRS ti!

should be fed a balanced ration. during; the hot month T The )low coat :'/ nt NWIh and Sfi'r: \

GAINESWLLE-Florida's beat This includes a good growing mash and medium coat dinners suggested by/ NW 4 of, ,, 'NW N 4Toweehlp %
Nr'y1Val1 !
: SENSE and a scratch feed. The common the Quaker Maid Kitchen car be prepared ., J'M.' ,.
"
22
In 4-H Club work are spending this aner ..,
1. with little trouble
: i
practice is to allow the pullets to taming 65 acres ,n" ,,'
week at the National 4-H Club Fresh foods which will prove tempting i with the appnrtenaiK,', 1Y
Camp In Washington, D. C, The eat the dry mash at all times, It this week-end are watermelon and Sold Sale to ba mad, pureuan,
1 By SPUDS JOHNSON two outstanding club girls and an being fed in large open nonwasting cantaloupe, new cabbage, spinach said coste.Decree to satisfy' '"' 'amt '
The scratch feed Is peallnd lettuce. Ingredient
hoppers. green
'f
s equal number of boys from each fed about twice aday, the amount for salad making and dressing should) I Aa Special Mast,: 'r V'IAx' .
,
USE CROPS ADAPTED tate are selected to attend this not be forgotten by the weekend County, Florida, tow'' lane
determined the
by develop-
TO SOILS FOR MORE camp which Is held each year by being shopper. 6-2616tI6-3
of the birds.
ment
J J YIELDS AND PROFITSFlorida's the U. S. Department of Agricul- Low Cost Dinner
Pullets should not be forced into
ture.The If the Shoulder Lamb Chops or Sliced Kara
production. pullets
egg appear -
salubrious climate Is Florida delegation Is com- I Boiled Rice Greens
O"I: WORIl
.
to be too
developing rapidly ..
;; well known. Her soils however, are posed of Estelle Black Hills- additional scratch may be fed. It Bread and ButterCantaloupe
I' not so well known. Both are important borough County; Virginia Hooks, I NERVES
must be remembered that the pullet Coffee or Ten Milk
: from the standpoint of the Dade; Wllmer Bassett, Jefferson,
to stand up under heavy egg Medium Cost Dinner
farmer or grower. and Arthur McNeely Marlon. They
production must have good body
Of the 33,000.000 acres of landin were accompanied to Washingtonby Additional feeds should Lamb Chop or Veal Cutlet with
Miss Anna Mae SIkes of the weight. a'Y i Chili Sauce
best 'r
Florida, some areas are consist of water
oyster
State Home Demonstration De- greens Parsley Potatoes Battered: Bests
suited to one crop and some to ant shell, chacoal, and grit. Poultrymen Cole Slaw
and R. W. Blacklock
other. Some are adapted mainly to partment should not neglect green teed Its Bread and Butter
timber growing and pasture. It state boys' club agent. most important. We term .on

stands to reason that. the greatest The expenses for these trips Coffee MlUf

'"' d returns from the land will be ob- were donated by the Capital City During the warm summer Very Special Dinner
months the pullets should have ample -
tained If owners learn the crops to Publishing Company and the At- Shrimp Cocktail
which their lands are best adapted, lantic Coast Line Railway, and the shade and range. Growing pullets Chill Sauce Dressing syr.

r and grow these crops. Such an arrangement winners were selected by the 4-H which have been confined to a Fried Chicken with Cream Gravy
small do not well
area develop as Rica Pole Beans
of land utilization will Club leaders of the Florida Agri- "
as those which have range. NaluitlTHAT 't-"ol Hot Biscuits Butter
C.e.dles
rhyr.rh IJ
result, also, In cheaper costs of cultural Extension Service. Cherry Jelly with Trash Bine r:
for the Soil contamination must be whistles cause great bergs of Ice Cherries ,
production crops grown. The week's program Is Jammedfull the vibration of steamship
The problem of land utilizationhas of talks by Department of Ag- avoided. Birds become unthrifty, off the' Taku Glacier a portion of which Is shown aboveT WhIpped Cream > j.il'.
come Into prominence throughout riculture specialists and other and greater mortality results when Taku Glacier Is In Alaska and la one of the great Ice field of the Coffee link """ .

cs the United States In recent prominent men, visits to the De birds are reared on contaminated world. It Is to bt seen from steamships plylno between Vancouver, .

1 Vry months, and a national committee partment's laboratories, livestock land. The birds should be kept B. C., and Sksgway, Alaska the water at the foot of the glacier. being The 1400th consecutive UP TO yon* Mrs In w

'+' on the subject has been and is barns, and field experiments, ando free of external and Internal para- deep enough to allow boat to cruise within two hundred feet of the Florida Farm Hour 45-mlnute daily every nerve at high I lanai

i In Florida Dr. O. C. sites. lee field. No wonder you snap at the i
B working. : some of the many points of Interest farm radio program sponsored by
1'r+ Bryan professor of soils in the College around the Nation's capital. The developing pullets should the Florida Agricultural Extension and Watch bark at the Gutl children.Overw
; of Agriculture, has been making not be crowded during the summer
Special attention Is being givento
Service, will be presented from nerves may lead to Sleep!*.
,5 a study of Florida soils from training these winning boys and months. I state radio station WRoi". Monday ness. Nervous! Headache, NBMM
the standpoint of utilization. The girls to become better club leaders Increased profits and greater WRUF Hints To HousewivesWeekly June 19. Indigestion and a host <

t'I ', results of his etudes which are being back In their own communities. winter egg production are possible FARM PROGRAM"The i other unpleasant disturbs

h- r made public from time to time, Leadership in recreational games Is when the pullets are managed i Way Ion t yon try Dr. MD
; should be of considerable value to being stressed. properly during the summer Voice of Florida" "from Home Demonstration Two hundred and fifty-two of Effervescent. Nervine Tabletsf]

kit all Florida land owners, farmers The Florida delegation will return months Specialists> Tallahassee Florida's outstanding 4-H Club JaM one) In a half {last
boys spent last week at the annual water makes a pleasant i
.
and growers. to the state the latter part of GAINESVILLE-Radio talks by
4-H short at the flog drink delightfully:
: t t He says that there are areas of next week.Zinnia. Supply Of Whitefly College of Agriculture workers will IRONING FINE FABRICS Florida course College of Agriculture.Universityof to overtaxed nerves.

+J; i good soil scattered throughout the Fine fabrics which are washable Dr. Miles Nervine ti .
19 state, and similarly there are many Growers Should Fungus Available At be given at noon each day next may be ironed damp similar to cot- They were from twenty-eight coun- each (In two forms-LJqvld i

areas of soils not so good for crops. week during the Florida Farm ton except that the heat of the iron ties. Effervescent Tablet. Both hi

t s' ii Sometimes the not-so-good soils Watch For LeafSpotAnd State Plant Board Hour from state radio station should be much lower. If, after the same soothing effect

pia overshadow the others, and owners WRUF, Following is the schedule washing, the excess moisture has BOREE & GIDDENS $1.00 at year drug atm

lose sight. of the fact that the good Powdery Mildew GAINESVILLE supply of : been removed by wringing, rather FUNERAL DIRECTORS

soils exist., Study to become fa- red aschersonla, the fungus so effective Saturday June 17 Florida than by squeezing, wrinkles in the Csmke Uplar Room Near DepotAt .
r miliar with the different soil types GAINESVILLE-Zinnia growers in the control of citrus Farm News and Hints. Editorial fabric will be formed which are ilenneU'a Warehouse rl/f _

: y will be well worth while. need to been the watch for mildew whiteflies, Is now available at. the Snapshots either very difficult or impossibleto LICENSED EMBALMER

There Is a wide variety of soils and leaf-spot, two diseases that are state plant board here. Monday, June 19-Care of Citrus remove entirely. "Ambulance ......Ie."

t t I; in Florida, just as there Is wide variation likely to defoliate the plants duringthe The best time for Introducing During the Rainy 'Season-E. F Washable fine fabric, may be Always) needy Phone B-O3O4
rainy season, Erdman Ma fungus is just preceding, dur- SB to 91 niTcrild. Ave JaduanvlU
i+ In the kinds of crops grown. says DeBusk. How to Encourage Na- Ironed almost immediately after ..
Il i To familiarize oneself with all of West plant disease worker with ing or right after a rainy season, tural Growth of Citrus Insects.J. -> washing. If immediate Ironing is ---

err ;t them is a considerable task, but it the Florida Experiment Station. says Dr. E. W. Berger, entomolo- R. Gunn. desired, It is an excellent practiceto Bill
f' ;' 9 is possible for one to become fa- Mildew first makes its appearance gist with the state plant board. remove additional moisture with Wake Up Your Liver

t miliar with the principal soils on the luwer leaves. They are The period of summer rains he con- Tuesday, June 20-How County ,'absorbent cloths. Such fabrics may

types of his own area and to learn first spotted, then covered with a alders the best time. and Home Demonstration Agents be dried, dampened and ironed, but

,about their best utilization.The whitish, powdery growth. The A culture consists of the amount. Have Helped in Relief Work-A. P. care should be taken to dampen -Without Calome

soil is fundamental-without leaves soon fall and the plant la that can be grown in a pint wide- Spencer. Farm Question Box. uniformly. To be careful of the

w it there Is no life. It certainly gradually defoliated The control is mouth bottle, and is sufficient for Wednesday, June 21-How to Ironing temperature In the finishIng --

p ,n merits: more study and more con- to spray or dust with sulphur in treating an acre of trees. To cover Recognize the Cuts of Beef-Dr. A. of these materials is most de- And You11 Jump Out of Bed U this Me Is sot flowtn fNoI1.roar
L. Primer for Town
+ sideration.SHIP. some form. Mr. West recommends the expense of raising and distrib- Shealy. sirable. If the iron is too cool, it doesn't dig-L R ,loN deesys la tin b

dusting with fine powdered sulphuror uting this fungus a charge of $1 Farmers. will not remove possible wrinkles. In the Morning Rarin to Go .. bloat. np yon stomach. Too I ii

t COW HIDES spraying with a solution of per culture Is made. Checks shouldbe Thursday, June 22-Extension If It Is' too hot, the fabric will be thick,bad taste sad your breath li fmU

JJ'I WAUCHULA a solid carload potassium sulphide made by dissolving t made to the State Plant Board, Farm Tours-J. Lee Smith. How damaged.To If you feel sour and sunk and the often brain oat la Uemlslus. Ton 1

I't of cowhides, the first shipped from four ounces of potassium Gainesville, Fla. Directions are County Agents Demonstrate Better express the proper heat in world looks punk don't swallow a lot aches and J'OII'''!down ud. out Ton i

; here In many years if not in his sulphide in ten gallons of water. sent with the culture and more in- Farm Practices-N. G. Thomas. words, it can beat be done by using of salts mineral water oil, laxative system Is poisoned.

ktory/ rolled out of Wauchula Wednesday He feels that the spray Is a little formation is contained In Bulletin Friday, June 23-Summer Poul- the words "iron of> moderate heat." candy or chewing gum and expect IttakMthOMCOodoldCARTEirSL

1, ; night for Charleston, S. C., more effective, but the dust is )7 by the Florida Agricultural Extension try Suggestions Norman R. The Ironing should be rapid. It is and them to make and you full suddenly of sunshine.sweet LIVER PILLS to let these too pomdiiJbj

where they will be used in the man- easier to apply and does not leave Service, Gainesville. Mehrhof. not necessary to keep the iron at buoyant flowing freely sad. make yon feel."op trifl

) ufacture of leather goods. The car much residue on the plants. Either anyone spot for any length of For they can't do it. They only They contain wonderful, harm!.., I II"
of andsi' should be appled regularly enoughto move the bowels and a mere move- TegeUbU extract*amazing whu" It ene|
contained 0,000 pounds dry time. It is always possible to return -
.. ment doesn't get at the cause. The making the bile flow fre I7.
the covered.
green hides and was shipped by J. keep plants the iron to any one area.
r ', E. Sharp, who stated moat of the Leaf-spot Is recognized by small FAVORITE Working over the ,entire surface reason for your down-and-out feelingis But don't aikforUrarpUU.. Adi forC
:your liver. It should pour out two Little Lye PUla.Look for Mu umi C
hides came from the Crewsvllle circular spots on the leaves. They wt and then returning to complete the
i pounds of liquid bile into:your bowels Little Liver PUt! on the red Isbd.substitute. .I
section of the county They usually have a purple margin smoothness and drying out of the 01931CaIITIRES
C brought five cents a pound, f.o.b.1 around them when they have just rA RECIPESOF fabric often eliminates the possibility daily. .I.hllo1o.-!

A large consignment of 'gator I started. They gradually increase In of either visible or invisible de

,i hides also went out Tuesday, and, size until they cover the leaf and i terioration.

4', q cash prices are being paid for kill it. At. the experiment stationa I 1 RUBY McDAVID.

1 l' them, ranging from $1.25 to. $2.25 3-3-60 bordeaux spray has given 9
d' each. satisfactory control. WILL ARREST MERCHANTS
BRADFORD COUNTY
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t i ._ TALLAHASSEE-Only the for-
What we love, we see; and what A mirror used for decoration 4- malities of having the warrants NEED

f S we see, that we are.-Dean Inge. looks best when hung back of a HOUSEWIVES served on them apparently stood

a'' f1t solid object such as a chest or J between Tallahassee merchantsand

;t The: Amazon is 200 miles wide at heavy table rather than behind a arrest last week. Members of

Its mouth. chair or davenport. Favorite Vegetable Recipes the police department stood ready

to go out after those who had fail- ?

z ; And the Worst is Yet to Come- Green Beans Tomato Juice ed due to since pay last their September.occupational In tax a

Select tomatoes. Wash
good ripe
Prepare beans by washing statement Issued Monday the chiefof Get In on these o
and cut each tomato into four or
and removing tips of
thoroughly police said he had been Instructed -
,/ ;" Y////z": / =:
six sections and place in cooking
the pods and strings. to arrest those who did not pay .
Brake in about three- vessel and bring to a boil. Then PRICESwhile
I pieces within a few days. A number of
fourths of an inch In length. Placein run through/ press to remove seedor those delinquent is reported to
sack wire basket and boll akin place In cans adding one- they last!
: 9\.AN) $IANK.'e or have called at. the offices of the
\ about five minutes. Drain and cool half teaspoonful of salt and one-
city tax collector and clerk and
I "1i''.. ] and then pack firmly In jars. Fill I half teaspoonful of sugar to each paid. Others have ignored the final
a jars up with fresh cold water to can. Seal and boll for thirty mIn- warning.

which one-fourth tablespoon of utes. -

salt has been added. Adjust cover Mrs. L. O. Powell COLLEGE GIRL DISAPPEARS

tl loosely and steam one hour and Starke, Fla. TALLAHASSEE Police offi-

seaL Repeat the steaming processfor cials in Florida had moved Satur- r

two consecutive days. Okra day to co-operate with North Caro
Mrs. Annie Richard Remove the tip end of stem
tin, authorities In an effort to un-
Starke, Fla wash and place In sack and scald ravel mysteries surrounding the r' &S&All
for five minutes. Remove from
disappearance of Miss Helen Carter I
a sack and place In quart jars and I I 1
Green Peas 18, Florida State College for
add to each Jar one-half teaspoonful ,
lege for Women student.
I tu Prepare peas for canning. Wash of salt. Cover with boiling water -
thoroughly and place In Jack ,and and seal Boil for three hours. Miss Talman who la reported to

scald for five minutes'I m boiling Mrs. P. M. Barefoot have left Tallahassee Sunday on a you need to>> do U look at tbfcie prices GOODYEARto

water. Then rinse thro gh cold Starke Fla. bus had not reached her parental know they're low. .And take a good look
water and place In Jars. Add to home in Ashevllle Saturday. Tallahassee you're at it-because you may never All-Weatherwhile

u 7' i each quart jar one teaspoonful of Carrots police had been Informed. tea such price a, lnBut the rilftgost $7.1 0
Fear that tragedy have news Is-these prices buy, GOODYEAR3. 4.50-21:
salt and, cover with cold water. might over-
Peel and 60
( Seal tight and boll three hours. scrap good. Cut into taken the college student was expressed The best tires Goodyear ever built. Hl&hcr 4.73-19 7.
:
blocks boil
or cubes until
good In quality-better in mllel1airutet' in
Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Jr.. Saturday by Mr. and Mrs.J. 8.15
tender and pack la cans. Add one- safety than any tires :you ever bought iegeo19:
Starke, Fla. half of ;J. Talman, parents of the girl. fore regardless of price. Better hurry and
/ 11iliJlitJHIlIi( ) teaspoonful salt to each can 9.15 1
: I"" L and,cover top with hot water. Seal get all the tires you need for a whole tuia- 5.23-18
ill Spinach and boll one hour. Outstanding 4-H Club girls 350 mef's driving-because anyone who watches: 10.45
I strong, spent last week on the newspapers knows that prices am iieafl: Gather the fresh in
spinach early Miss
Amy Moore of Don't miss this 11.85
campus the Florida State Col- up oplwrtonlq: to save
the morning. Wash thoroughly and Starke, Fla. lege for Women at their annual money pn the world's first-choice tlresi 6.00-19(
pick free of sterna Place in cookIng -
f 4Q short course held by the State
vessel (but do not use alumi- Tomatoes
Home Demonstration
num ware) and boll until tender. Scald and remove peel and place Department.

I Place in cans and add one tea- whole in quart Jars. Add one teaspoonful The Rockefeller Center building REGISTER MOTOR CO.

t spoonful of salt to each can. Seal of salt and seal good. Boil New York covering three blocks
and boll for minutes.
fifty thirty minutes
now under construction, Is the
Miss Etta Tlson. Mrs. J. B. Sapp. STARKE FLORIDA
.. largest single '
r ., I building project ever
F J'i' "lnQ'tO- __ __ ':, Starke Fla Starke Fla. i undertaken. I'I'i







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cor- TV srpptuvTnmnvT's' ; the record of my office, and I. true t : t3 ., .,,' IIi4iit
HO-STIII.V frANTI' '' T 'TK- and correct to the bet of my knowl ,
L World's I MKNT lOlVl'Y .l'IIOOL VIUNU edge and belief that ', ( i
Largest Map for Chicago aJIr.lt't"Wtr.: : '
j Bradford County, for the month of41eneral the following. s !
AuSdalt. In:. linpoltorleii. ehnwlnic the balance '
; inch *.r the close of of the montH L i '
) ; School F..d.Ralanc. hpr.'ln flrxt Mtated. .and the amount
,
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AUKiml t S834 3 of '
security furnished by each dub .
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KeuHlptn durlua ninnili B733 10
-- Depository', and the mount ot tntern

IIIf,.irdt1. i Uirp nato my feet II i l tt ant, ay yak.-Pulm! 119105.: ,. a -- ,...-.- I UHlance Warrant*September. diiilnw nunuli 1 ..$14J1 O45.5.14Hixflel eat Italy: 0.c'irIl:*f,1d r>ri durlnar>oltor-r said on- ,7., I (

'I'.. Mrhoul Oletrlpt fund account of current dally balances or
All relttfoua teaching; doctrine or iBrludtna- ..0..... Ulalrlrtal time depoitta.wttneea ; i.
1 twL1riILiuralcnuh1..en-, il they are to have any claim >Ut. No 1 my hand this 30th Jay of .

and the pe<< must be in harmony with rialanc-e AiiKuxt 1____________ 448.51Hecelpt of September, 1912
the.I love of loyalty jMua the Christ whOll8 words lplel Into every fold and crevice Warrant. during durlnir month month4.00__.____ 30.(00 I County A. J Superintendent.QRIFFIS, lui

\!mlllsn ) and or whom It w.. said to John'7:46."NEVER MAN balance September I.n____ 4T1.52Diet.

rgpuUKE hPsrtii IS MAN." ',. N. a NU'lltH Tn IKKHTOHS ANU ',

; Overdraft .,ugu.t l__________ S...1S CREOITOHS ,
Bradford aad Union counties are Invited to uaei! this de- Itecelpta d..rlllnonlh .__n__ H.OM Notice I I. hereby given that all .' :"
FsT,0t of church aoUvtUes, rranlzatlon> ana announce Warrant clurlnw "'onth..-.__ (7.50 creditor, leg-ateea. dfetrlbuteea and ( .
8 for news and the Overdraft September 1.______ S71.60 all persona having claims against' "j t
freely given no chargmade- only re-qulrernout UI... N. S the state ot Alice Humphrey. ds- ,
Space
t auch Item reacJi tide omce before Wednesday morning Ir1v& Ralance Aliaint 1.___________ ..ISKeoelpt ceased are hereby requested to pre i i I
ilia cannot be handled for current! limuo. durlna month___--__ 440.80Warrant sent their. claim to the Honorable. ''
... jy 143.) K. I'erryman, County Judge ofBradford 4
-I '* during month73.00 .j
out of whom He' had cast seven Balance: Heptember; ; : 1---::_:::S474.88 County, Florida, for hlaapproval ii ''I I
within l
one (1)) year from ,
II devils. And : I)..*. fin. 4Kalanre data hereof, or thla notice will beheld
she went and told Auauet 1____________ (SI.HIKeoelpt In bar thereto, and all ,
SUNDAY 80HOOI.LESSON I them that had been with Him, as during month._____ 7.10Warrants to aald eelato are | *ronaIndebted 4

I they mourned and wept. And they '. # 'b.'. durlr.ir,l l month--- ... ed to pay their said debt fort1.wllhto (
Ilalanc September 1---:::::- 689.OSl the undersigned executor. '
-I when they had heard that he was t. .JeP >Ut. N., a Thin 6th day of May. A. I). 1IS2. ,

i alive, and had been seen of her believed J ; k. Overdraft Aumi.t t__________1451.USKecelpt 5- t--SO. A. 8. CREW" 4 .
FOR JL"SE 18. 19S5 not." ; ,. ; 4t dtirliia month.._____ 109 SO ,
,
Warrant durlna& month51.01 '
from the .1I.JtlrF' SAIlS
Th(
ubject: Jesus Rises Just before His o&cension Jesus Overdraft September. 1_______14JH.J4 Hereby notice I'a given that under 4

said to His "Go Into Diet. N.. THalanre and by virtue of that certain writ of 4
d. he is disciples, ye t Auirtiet 1. .._________ S4T.S6 execution lanued on May SLIt A'1>. .
den Text "He Is risen; all the world, and preach the gospel Ilecelpt durlna month______ ..40Wnrrant 1913, by and: under. the tmnil aiutiu
: _____ >al of Clerk of flrrult Court of .
16:6. to .and dunn Binonth. ,
t' Mark 16111. every Creature; they Uulnnca. September' 1_______-_ 147.7 liradford County Plortda, on that ,
n Text Mark : went forth and preached everywhere UI.t. Na H certain judarment of record In said I

,Ji and Place: Sunday April the Lord working with Overdraft Aiiinint 1_______.__ 101.11Hee.I"l. Court, wherein Hunk of Htarke, a.roiporntlon j ,
l I plaintiff, and Key
*
( during month .._ 10,Xu
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I p 30: Jerusalem. them. : Warrant, durlna. month___-_ Udward and J.W. iJMwnrda! ere cl- 4
Overdraft _______ fendHiit, I have levied upon and wilt
Introduction > Heptember 1 781.OS : : (
ell to the highest l blildor fur cast ,
Ifter death of Jesus about UNCLE: BILLY ROBERTS UI.'. fin, IO Monday! the 3rd day of July. 1913 ,
the Uncle Overdraft Aua-ut 1 __________ 11>>,41 ilurlnic,' the legal" hour of *.sale In k ,
dock' Friday afternoon Join Billy Roberts, as he waa .. Receipt during month_....-, front of the. South door of the County ) .
Arlmathaea, who was evilly popularly known died at the home "Aarrant diirlna month., __.._.. 6 42 court house of Bradford County .
hot the Sanhedrin. of his son Math Roberts, In Lake Overdraft Hvptember' 1-______ 17.13: In Htarke, Florida, the followlna 7'' I
a member of l>Ut. N... II .land lyhiNT' and belna In, *MI.1 Brad'i
Pilate and asked for the Butler last week. Mr. Roberts was Overdraft AuRuet 1__________ S8'.73Iteielpt Tord (Bounty. Florida or au much ,
t to Pilate could hardlylire 88 years of age and was one of the TO4l :,. rJ durlnir, month.______ 6450 thereof as In essential. to ftatlafyuld ,
|.of Jesus % Warrant durlua, month.____ H4 onOverdiuft Juilttnient with cent of exooullon 1S
.
dead al-! few remaining Confederate veter- / I : that Jesus was ". tiepteiiiber' 1.___ __ 14(23U : 4 l

dVbut, after being officially In.ud ans.The ,, /r\ d: \ ,, :.:,.V c.\I" I < ,' :,, ) N. 12Overdi'att From 81.point Whl8R3... h,l line Range ofFlection .
.. _
funeral services : ;" > Atiauet 1__ ___ 410>>,BliItooelpt
he granted were con ,' 23 laBt. crosses west edice of etat (
t
It was so .'
1 that dtirlntf month .______ 13.41
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ducted Rev. J. E. at "4 rond No 18, thence run Northerlyalona ( ,
an- by McKInley Wsrrints ____
Nlcodemus durlna month
request. I : '
nut : said tat* road U8% feet to ,, "
: _____ ,_
craember of the Sanhedrin. as- Elzey Chapel Wednesday afternoonat ( ...' O\er I nut. iv,.. 15 I right nnitlaa'' to vnlil, road 106 feet j 'J .
.
3 o'clock.FIRST ;
ieil In the embalming of his body Ir : :_ __ .- I J. J WI_ I. II I Overdraft AuKU't 1 ,nn___ 6:1300( thence I Northerly:: :; parallel; to aaltlroad .1I4 .
T-mlces. Then Jesus was buried > lleoelptH durlna month _____ IH.90Warnrnt 6814 feet. to a street, thenc ,'7I
BAPTIST CHURCH durlna, month..._ -_ Hlonff enid Htreet to HA Id road and ? i
JTiew tomb belonging to Joseph It took twenty artists working night and day a full month to paint the large map of Canada that Uverdinft Hcptember, 1.___ --_ (11,00 theme along Maid rnnd to point of (g7)
where he was crucl- J. J. Johnson, supply pastor. Itlat. No. 1U beKlnnln-r, In HV' .., of NUI'* of "MW4. '\ of
r tile place Sunday School 10 A. J. provide the background of the exhibit that the Canadian Government, Canadian Paciflo and Canadian Overdraft Au 'ut 1__________ S35.40 ald. Hectlon, Townnhlp and Itanao.. 21I I.
Ceitaln women also began to am ; National Railways have prepared jointly for the Century of Progress Exposition at Chicago. Only I a tiny Kncelpte dui'hiNt month__ __. _. 3050 Alan I KM of HKCi of HVV.\, In M..c- yy I''
are spices and ointments and Thomas, superintendent. portion I. shown here of this monster. map which measure 30 feet by 130 feet or almost two and one- W.rrant* dm'IIIK month____ __ lion 21, Township 4 Houth ItaiiB ISICaet '( '(

jy acted where Jesus waa laid In Morning Worship 11 a.m. half times a* big a. the largest mural In the new Rockefeller Centra In New York. The artists used 760 Overdraft September. NO. 1 irOverdraft .-__ ,. Slid.80nut. :aen 'i.. 1
B. Y. P. U. 7 pound of paint on the canvas which con'Mns 435 of linen wide. The will be Illuminatedby Also "8' <,4 of SlfiVi of 8W>4 of ...- W j
The coming of the p.m. yard a yard map Aununt 1.---------- 270.41I1euoiit ( tlon 3. nml, NH of HW ), of NK' >4 an d iZ .2 '
ICpulcher. Friday Evening Worship, 8 p.m. 14,000 watts of floodlighting. CanaoVa commercial and Industrial life and natural resources aa well durlnir,, numlh____..-_ tt.ko N'4 ot N1CU of NWVi, and SW4:; oMWU f f
sundown on
bath at to a* highlight of the two transportation companies will be featured also In the Dominion exhibit whlolivlll Warrant durlnir month_____ I of NCW tit Hei-tlon. 10, all! ImTownihlp ') (
A cordial invitation extended ____ ,
Overdraft 1. 26011 '
fit their preparations September 7 22 Rant.Also : '
halted Mouth. Itana*
I *, be housed In the Great Half of Travel and Transport at Chicago. 1,1a! M... IM ,7. '
I until the Sabbath all our services. nil that portion of NWU\ ofRWU .1 ( i i
!they waited I Overdraft Auinmt' --j-----:: ::: ,U94.26Itocelpt \ ot Section 15, Township I 4'' ( / (i'
| past The first day of the I durlnir month.80.00, Mouth, flange 22 lOut whIch lien ,
METHODIST CHURCH Warrant, dnrlna numth" ,_.___. West of H. A. I.. lly rlarht-of-way .1 1 .,'
III, which we call Sunday. began overdrnrt, Xcptvtnhor 1 .___. _.-181429 and oontalnlnir I about nine acre I 7
VANDERBILT Heilbronn
lording to Jewish reckoning on W. F Jones, pastor. Springs tnlereX nml Nlnklna Kitmll Also l NVi: of :', ot HK4\ 4
School >.Ut 'd... Ullaliince of Section 14 t'ownlhlP South. I 1
10 a I ,
Sunday m.
Ltday evening. However they BOB JONES Carrie Dell Norman' Cor. MI.. Thrlma. Ilhodea, Cor. Annum 1 _, _____-_ 441441' Ilannre 22 East l '
lid do not anything in the tombbe Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Itevelpt duilna month._.__ 234,111Wwrrant AlsoLot.1and5ofliiockllin .' 7) 3)Temple's )
durlnir ,inth------, DO.UlllIulHlice ( Addition to Town of Htarke. .
dark, as they had no flash- Young People's Meeting 7pm. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Butler and Mrs. Mamie Jones and daughter Huplemlier I ._ ,_- 4581.32nut. Florida.: 4 S 4 k ,'

|ti; 80 they completed their You Evening are invited Worship to, all 8 p.m.these serv- OMMENTSON daughters Vera and Blanche, of Ida Mae, were visiting her sister Aununt .I NO..__allalanoe ____.9009.(I' A..W.Sheriff J. ICFPETISON of Brail, ford ,j ( ,
T-iratlons
and then started for Long Bridge and Misses Cofa Belle Mrs..E. E. Green, last Wednes llevelpt durlnir, month .___ ._ 11264 County Florida.KNICIHT .
Jtomb the next morning ices. I (1 Wnrrant* durhiB I ,' month _. A KNinilT. Htarke, Kin.
early ; HERE and Mattie Norman left Tuesdayfor day.J.. I llaln.iii.-e September 1---::..:.,0222.22 Attorney; for Plaintiff. <- | -.. t '
|vtag there about sunrise. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ANDHEREAFTER. a visit In Georgia with relatives B. Prevatt of Hampton was nut. NO. in ,
llMlance. ___ '
AiiBUKt I. nIIIU.IU .
the Saviour spent three days .- - -
0 Rev. George H. Lowry, minister. and friends. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones llecelptn during month. ._ ._- 115.76 --- 1' '

jot tomb, according to the Jew- Services Sunday, June 18, as follows Warrant. durlna month .___
J. V. and Coy Edwards of Brook- Sunday night.
Ilalnnue September I---------- 1(71 2.61
j node of reckoning. which '
: er were visiting A. A Edwards Mrs. Louie Crawford and daughter I hereby. certify that the forevulnvHtatement
1'
bled parts of days as whole :10 A. M.-Sunday School T. I greet you who are on the high afternoon. showing balance t thehoglnnlng ATLASThe 'k
Saturday Lelia Ward of Starke
and Miss ;
k-namely, Friday evening, all and at the ending of the ,
1 Williams acting superintendent. S'I seas in the name of Him who spoke Miss Mildred Alvarez and brother were In our section Sunday.W. month herein above Mated, and of ;
Saturday, and Sunday evening 11 A. M.-Morning Worship. the receipt,, and warrant l.*ued / (
[light. I peace to the troubled waves of William, were visiting In Hal- C. Rhoden who la employedIn durIng aM month, rnirenponda, with Standard Oil
mon by the pastor, "What Time I the rtu'ordn of office, and I. true 4'Tire
my ,
1 to probable that those women Am Afraid." Galilee and who is able to speak ford Sunday.F. the Forest Camp at Ocala, was and correct to the bent of my knowl.

I not know that the Romans had I 7 P. M.-Christian Endeavor; peace to the storm tossed souls of M. and H. L. Norman were visiting his father Saturday and edira following:and belief: I Ic. all lint nlno' of certify all ('auntyI thatthe GuaranteedOne 1

dthe Tomb, for breaking such I leader, Mrs. G. H. Lowry. men-I greet you who are seekers transacting business hi Jackson- Sunday. >"|iotorlea, howlnaT the balance

an leal was punishable by ville Friday.Mr. Misses Lois Moore and Thelma In each at the cl".., of the month TearFrigidaire tII
8 P. M.-Evening Worship. song after Truth in the name of Him herein tInt elated and the amountof
ftl under Roman law. and sermon. and Mrs. Pitt Varnes of Rhoden returned home Saturday security furnlhe by each such
tat when the Sabbath was who had the divine audacity to declare Jacksonville relatives after spending a week In Tallahas. poettory, and the amount of Inter :. c4r j
I were visiting
A cordial Invitation to all our et cir credited durlnir' I aald. "..""' ''4
Mary Magdalene, and Mary services extended to all. that He Himself. Is the Way and friends In this section the past see attending the 4-H Club Short nt&.Ij,,. each paid I Depository, on :

I mother of James and Salome, the Truth and the Life. To you week. Course. Hcuount of current dully buitevs' or

J bought sweet spices, that theyht LAWTEY CHURCH iJatiauwzY who are Interested In Nature study Fred Halslop of Rising and Russell Mrs. Noun Futch of Lawtey time WltnuHM deponlt. my hand thla Hat day. ofAugust : .

come and anoint Him. And I greet you In the name of Him Perry Sweat of Ralford and Mrs. 1982. /
Norman were visiting In Lake
A. J OR IP PI ft.
p*early in the morning the first First; Baptist Church who never wrote a song, but who Butler Sunday. Nella Robinson were called. to the County Superintendent. ,

j of the week, they came unto Hev. L. F. Chapln. pastor. put music In the throat of the bedside of their brother Levy ,,4
I and who made the Remember there will be servicesout UI'N'I'Y' airs' :l<|N'I'I* incxT'q the three .
.:epulchre at the rising of the Preaching services first mocking bird and at Water Oak Church Satur. Sweat, who Is very ill at this writ tON'I'IIIY I'I'IIAN'I"I. NI-ATI4- year guar-

third Sundays, 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. morning stars sing together-I i lIt..J,\'I' (urv HCIIOOIHuNim.

Ltthew 27.62-66: explains the m. greet you in the name of Him who day, Saturday night and Sunday Ing.Russell Carter and Isham Davis I Bradford County for the month of anted electric refrlg

Itog of the tomb the Romans Sunday school 10 a. m. H. B. Ar- opens the door of the morning on conducted by a preacher from September 1, 11133.
by Gainesville. Is welcometo were In our section Sitiitay after- Ueaeral .......01 Facile. j. ,
[\te request of the priests and wood, supt.Prayer golden hinges while millions of eyes Everybody Flalance. "September' 1___ _.. ,.1421.24 era tor .
.
I Pharisees. Service t 7:30: p. m. Wed lever look towards the East. To attend. noon.Mrs. Klsslm- Itncelptn during month.54(6.47 ,
Agnes Starling of Warrant durlnir month..6411.51Halane.
|And they said among tasmp nesday.B. you who may be weary, I greet you Don't forget the singing at Water is this week here with October 1----------.1 1 4 H. 0Mverliil

I! who In the name of Him who said: Oak Church every Friday night. me spending Te* Mphoul DUtrlvt Funds For
shall roll us away the Y. P. U. 6:30: p. m. Sunday. her mother-in-law, Mrs. Nellie including llo.dil ICietrict.Iii. sale bySmith's 4
p from the door of the sepul- "Come unto me all ye who labor You are invited to attend and take .'. NAt' '

t And when they looked they Grace M. E. Church and are heavy laden and I will give part In the singing. Starling. lalance September. 1.::.. ._ 471.52 ,
I Receipt during month13.80
Mr. and :Mrs. Ollie of Gulf
Petry
that the stone was rolled Rev. W. B. Christy, pastor. you rest." To you who may be Warrant durlnar month. _____

to,; tor It was very great." Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundays lonely or homesick, I greet you In Hammock were visiting her mother IJalanue. October 1 41482i Service
Mrs. Belle I'armenter.last week ..... !'fl>. a i
[fatthew 28:2: says "And be- at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. the name of Him who said: "Lo, BROOKER Overdraft September I_ 571.50Itocripis
: :
",, there I am with always even unto end. during month21.24:
was a great earth- Prayer service Wednesday 7:30 you Warrants durlna month______
C: for the angel of the Lord p. m. the end of the age." To you who Mlea Vara 0.1.,. Cor. a) Overdraft October 1- 25032nut. StationStarke

rallied from heaven and : are happy, I greet you In the name N... )s
Mrs.
came Sunday school 10 a.m., riulance September 1 ._. .8474 96ItecelptN : "J
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] wiled back the stone from the Mary Moore aupt. of Him who said: "Be of good Mrs. L. O. Hazen and Mrs. Alvin HIGHLAND during month_ 9497/

\and sat cheer." To you who are sad, I while Warrant durlna "' ''nthn__ 87.04 .
upon it. League, 6:30 p. m. Sunday. McKinney are spending a in I Balance. October 1.-- _-348293nut. >> Fla.
I'Ud entering Into the sepulchre greet you In the name of Him who Atlanta Ga. M. E. Crews Cor. N... 4
called the "Man of Sorrows." flamnce September' 1 689,02liecelpt -r
T MW a was Everette .
young man sitting on Fraternal Mr. and Mrs. Newburyof
during month______. .
I fight side clothed in a long Lawtey Lodge No. 189, F. &: A. To you who are tempted, I greet Starke spent Sunday here with E. Johns of Woodlawn was a Warrant durlnir" month... _
|'4 garment you| In the name of Him who Is able R. P. Lewis. U..lan".Octob..r 1.- 889.02
; and they were M., meets at city ball building 1st Mr. and Mrs. visitor here Monday Ill.,,. NO. o

TShted. And he saith unto and 3rd Tuesdays at 7:30: p. m. to succor those who are tempted.To The revival meeting at the Pen Overdraft Rvptemher 1 ___ 1420.34
w, Be not affrighted Ye seek M. you who feel the need of a tecost Church closed Sunday night Mary Esther Crews of Raiford Itecnlpl during month 4 $15.HO I
; T. T. Blackburn W. .
Warrant
ilurlnw month 35 00
t Is week here at the
f'.1 of Nazareth, which was cru- O. J. Phillips Secy. friend I greet you In the name of I and one began at the Baptist spending a Overdraft Ot.lot,..r I .. .- .104K.64nut.
H; He Is risen He Is not here Him whose love was so great that Church Monday night. Everybody home of her grandfather, F !ol. (N... i I
; .
; Crews. [),.|ance September. L 647.74
--
uU the place where they laid SCHEDULE CHANGED He was called the "Friend of Sin Is invited to attend.H. l-I..u"llIt.. diir'nir. munth._ .. 1180

No. 1, southbound limited due ners." To you who have made a P. Galney was a business visitor Little Kathleen Hardee returned Warrants durlnir. month._ .
.. .
Ualance october i---------- C54 5nut. <
| ubefs failure in life I greet In the home Saturday after spending
notes says: .Luke Starke 10:58 p. m. you to Starke Tuesday. NO. *

.YS that there were two men. No. 11, southbound local due name of Him who is always readyto Mrs. B. F. Hazen and children, three weeks at Raiford with rela Overdraft Heptembur 1_. 791;03 :
month
Receipt during ,80
j'Aly only one of them spoke, Starke. 9:17: a. m. Daily except give men a new start and to Douglas and Phyllis are spending tives.M.. Warrant durlnar month. h z More than 60% I. 'E .

!so/ was more firmly fastened In .Sundays.No. give new grace for their needs. To a few days with her mother, Mrs. L. Crews and family were Overdraft October UI... Na.I _1O 79022 choice Havana fillctr- j

memories than the other. Re- 107 southbound limited due you who have achieved, I congratulate Alice Oliver of Palatka. visiting relatives In this section Overdraft September 1- 17.12 plua othc choice tu, i

tii. two blind men at Jericho, Starke 10.07: a. m. you and greet you In the name The farmers around here are Saturday and Sunday.Mr. -leoelpt Warrant.during month.month._._._._= 9224 petted tob.cco: ....a ,!I(
during
of whom called after Jesus No. 2, northbound' limited, due of Him who declares that all power now very busy gathering corn watermelons and Mrs M. Carter and children Balance October 1________? -.. 7407 -1-.1 I 41L Poiali

I acre healed by Him. but only Starke 6:08: a. m. la given unto Him both In heaven and tobacco. Moat of and Mrs. Billie Starling were Overdraft l>Ut. Ne. I 11 34*.JJhlecelpte la higher priced J.. I '3 '

!lot them. Bartlmaeus was con- No. 12 northbound local due and in earth. To you who are en- the corn and watermelons are beIng visitors to Kingsley Lake Friday of :r..tn't; : --.--- 23 64 dgaretka9a JOHN : .(?i "p
deavoring to render service to your Jacksonville Warrant during month __ t.60
carried to by last week.
enough to be mentioned 3:17 m. Daily except r 1yaM.
Starke, : p. Overdraft October 1-_______ 22423 RUSKIN anodard oDon't <
the
rle (Mark fellow man, I .greet you In truck. Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and Miss ?
10:46: ; Matt. 20.30: ; Sundays. IJUt No. It .. 4
e* 13 35 name of Him who might have Waters of the reforestation Winifred visitors Overdraft 1Hecelpta ... :
: K limited due J. D. Wimberly were
No. 108, northbound f :rm-n:: "..,.::: .4n::: '
.e' Mgei, or young riian-. ex- Starke 6:11: p. m. taken a throne. a scepter and a camp In Ocala, spent the week.end to Starke Monday. Warrant __....... be misled by t

PW to the women that Jesus Starke and Wannee Branch crown but who took a towel and here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. A very nice rainfall Saturday Overdraft t.r"'a::: I_ ....._ 40424 ..Id cl... brand ,
UI... I*.. is .
-| rlstn. No. 101, leaves Starke 7:00: a. m., washed His disciples' feet. To you, O. R. Waters. encouraged the crop growers-all Overdraft September 1....... (13Receipt : "naarkad down to ,

wOmen were frightened, but No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. my friend everywhere who are 3;. A. Galney, B. F. and Clifford crops were needing rain. during month.......... 95:00 Sc."JOHN RUSKIN 4 ,, 11 ;
.
Warrant .
lIIIfel gave them work to do. T. J. Griffin. Agent. conscious that you have sinned, I Hazen and Avery Pariah were at- Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Rafuae and Overdraft during October month.1_.-_.-.. lit 99nut. ..tia. .." cigar giving t W I

ut *o your way. tell His dls- greet wounded you In the for name our of transgressions Him who- tending to business In Jacksonville Mrs. A. Norman were visitors to Overdraft Beptember. NO. 1-ia .... 29* 80leoelpta TOO full 19 3J ,alu. t. '.: ,. (f 4

1'Q(1( Peter that He goeth be- CLOSING OF was Friday. Jacksonville Thursday. during month..?,..... I,40 for your 5 mats. ,'
lOu into Galilee MAILSMail and bruised for our iniquities. J. F. Griffin was a business visitor Warrant during month__._

Him as He said; there unto shall" Closes I greet you my friends one and all his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lawtey Saturday.' Overdraft October UI... N.I-. IT 294.40 Try a law today. ::
South
you.
e Dame of Train In the name of Him to whom I Lewis. I H. C. Wlmberly was a visitor to Overdraft September 1- 2<( M You will enjoy *-rypuff. { .
Peter was specially P6st__. 9:00a.m.: : .
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11-Parcel
No. Receipt during month 934Varrant
eleven old.
I
because came when. was years L. W. Sowell of Mlcanopy and Gainesville Monday. -- .
he had deserted during month._.. 1.00
8t it l fi* trial No. 107-Letters, Special In the name of Him who 1s more Mrs. Sallie Mott of Brooker were Visitors here Monday Included Overdraft (tnber 1.__ ___ .>-_ 2511.45 $

I he < and would feel Delivery A Special precious than the memory of my I here Sunday.A. Bill Reid. W. J. Bailey and C. C. l>Ut. Mm. 18 -j ? '
visiting
.
was ST!
no longer a disciple, Handling_ 9:50: a.m. Overdraft September 1_,_ .1914 2' 8
h. had been mother and dearer than any human T. Mann and J. W. Kelley Camon of Jacksonville. Receipts' during month..- 63.(O Ce
forgiven by Jesus. North Harlle Shaw of La S Warmnt during month*._._..._ : An
visiting
ties were ,
EL.Bays the Overdraft Oi-tober 1 1789(4nut.
"Re- and -
women Post -
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|these the sepulchre and told Letters _-.____ 3:00 p.m.No.108LetterB Dan and Ed Polk of Brookerwere CLEARWATER "Scavengerparties" (No. 3Ralanc.
I things unto the eleven Special i September. 1_ .46'I.a2 I
I1111 the rest." ZIFF In our section: Friday. may be all right up to a Itelpt during month_. 3547

<* Delivery & Special I Henry Shaw attended church at certain point but according to City Warrants during, month.._
T? they went out quickly and Handling__ 5:50pm. Balance October 1.- 459'.79nut.
flora the Mlee Lola Mae Lewie. Cor. Little Springs Saturday and Sun Judge Ralph Richards they go too NO. e
fata. !! sepulchre; for they Starke and Bell Branch L day. I far when they lead the participantsto Balance Beptember 1-------- .9333.22

were amazed I neither __ 7:00am. Ivcelpt during month_ __. 46507
__ .
; closes __ -
Mail Eld. 3. H. and James Williams fishing for goldfish In the Illy
they Miss Rhoda Thomas of Jacksonville Kelley go Warrant during month.. .
J
L P-i7 Were any thing to any man; Mall arrives______ 2:40 p.m. spent several days here with attended church at Shady pond at the city park. Three Balance October 1- H .9 7T.29
afrahj"att I KUt. Ne> 1H
26:32: SCHEDULUE her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Grove Saturday and Sunday. couples were caught while follow- Balance September 1.. 1471.(1 _
had ; and Mark 14:28.: NEW BUS L O. Lewis Is spending part of ing instructions to return to the tecelpt during month____ 72.00
Bald "But Thomas.L. Warrant during month.... ,
after I am -
stain, I will South Bound O. Lewis and Fred Shaw spent this week at Graham with Mr. and "starting point" with, among other Balance October t_...-174J: (1
Gtluee.' go before you North Bonud and Sunday at La- Mrs. T. W DyaL things, a goldfish. The girl. were I hereby certify that the foregoing
A. M. Saturday night
__ 9:34 .statement showing. balances
at the
M.
oil/when Jesl1 4:18: A. 12:04 P. M. Zrosse Tim Mann and J. W. Lewis were waiting in the "bandits' car, while I beginning and at tb.; ending. of the L Lawk Ce-aw U/a. Co: ,Uki-a.Newark.R tOAINCSVILLC. :

first was risen early 1:59: P. M.-__ p. W. Lewis of Jacksonville attending to business la Jackson- the boys plied nets diligently\ In the month herein above stated and of CANDY CO. '
day of the He :159 P. M ___ 6:19: P. M. ho reeelote en4w.rwt' 5.eudcoring (
week '
e4! flrst to Mary Magdalene ap-, 1 9:19 P. M-..._ 2:04: A. M. spent part of this week here with vci Ff1<%aY. municpal pond _I I said mentb e rre popd| jritb G-Un.MvUI.-v, Vfak. Ptatrtbotot .. : I Iq ; ,:



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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: STARK FLORIDA FRIDAY J1l\FJ 18, It1,
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: ''Bradford, County Telegraph was NO a TIME for source many FOIl of great DELAYIt citizens.disappointment of Maybe You'veHeard. rF rI -()- lfJtiINtiVEM 1I1-.


Established 1877 Bradford' County thin.week when

the town of Hampton>asked for ten it But I _
ktG'd
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class days in which to try to promote ,

i *,' i Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida another straightening project in place of of Road the proposed 13-, I j.E

which ha already been approved, DOING.FINEA )

E.: L. Matthews____________________..Editor and Owner and for which work U .OOO of Fed. letter received by relief officials -
here .Ua week says that _
eral funds are available as soon aa hnFA
Bradford County's boys in conservation -
SUBSCRIPTION RATE rights-of-way have been secured.If .
alive and happy.
there was any hope of changing camps are .,
: Yearly, $1.50; Six: Months, 75c-Payable in Advance the project, the delay would So far, It.has'not been learned r

n, Advertising Rates on Application perhaps be excusable, but the fact which stations our young men were I N aAAA
remains that the money Is avail- placed, but 'we hope to get in touch I ; ,;

for Federal aid roads, and with some of, them soon BO we can P e
Nothing sounds so good as a needed rain.o able only Aa
tell Intimate little details, suchas aICAL
Road 31 (the work desired by the you
Hampton delegation) has never how many times a week they ,,,JI

i think Fall? have beans and what time they /4 1 e
Wonder what the milliners will up for be9..Federalized. ,.
i have to get up:In the morning.
,. a Under the circumstances, it seems I _

It seems as.if the farmer is on the eve of having his day. as If this ten-days' delay can-do 1 '".: PRETTY PLEASE _
nothing but jeopardize BradfoxcJCounty's ;': ,
1' o r -tt.> : [i chances of getting a large :
HQW marry :Can remember who was elected V(. ttrP..csf.dent sum of money--a summer payrollof Unconfirmed rumors have It / : :
that there la almost no military
i $75,000 which would go to local I __
?
1 labor and would be spent largely regulations in the conservation I

"I! :. O within the.qounty.: This appropriation camps. Officers charge, "they I

'1 Roosevelt is the worst President the pessimists eyr( had, would have been the means of say," can,simply/;/ tell the boys togo ,
tiding the county over from a out and plant,trees, if the boys
says the Atlanta Journal
j i o '''j t.llbl'The .Reason to what la hoped will be a might resort to "Please go out I
columns successful one. and plant, trees. but further than II
casualty in the Monday newspapers should more II
s I
that he cannot go. All this, mind
preach a good sermon to reckless drivers. But In order to get this money It you, is what they say." i ML
Is necessary to act quickly. Before I

a Uncle Sam puta any cash Into a .or---- .

; J. P. Morgan & Company.lost. $300, OOOOO during the depression project, he requires. clear titles to MUSTN'T PLAY ROUGH .

if that makes feel better. the land and since it is understoodthe I They tell the story of an officer -
you any -
money will be available July 1, 'in charge of one of the camps ,

4t pP State Road Department officials .whose men decided they had rather

The noses of the human race are becoming sharper were anxious to have abstracts to sit in their tents than conserve for _

the rights-of-way drawn up and ests. The officer bundled them up
: perhaps from prying into other people's business.
;
passed on so they could include the and sent them back to the Red r' r

o project in their first; requisitionfor Cross headquarters from whence w-

They say that exercise should be taken with the bath. funds. they had come. In a few days he
received a' ordering him l
;Looking for the soap answers the purpose very well. The ten-day period will materi- to report to telegram Washington where he
ally delay this work and it ia
.F! o a .' It was told in no uncertain terms that
doubtful if could be finished by
'" When you start thinking about what you've t done for July 1, unless, of course, the workOf be shouldn't be so rough. $tlf1te. ItNDuera'
of which sounds .,
slightly fishy,
others, don't forget what others have done for you,, securing rtghts-of-way is con- but AU Is reputed to have come from a
tinued during the time the town of
a reliable source., It does seem however ... .
Hampton Is carrying on its Investigation o.i1/- '''
Senator Bone of Washington may be wise, but a man of the chances of changing' ; as Uncle Sam being a fel- ;
low of wide would have .. ,
\ : with a name like that should stay out of public life., ,, the project. There seems td be no experience, -
11 -fl 1 1a better judgment than to mobollze -
'
.. reason why this work should not ,
[JC; (- ,!;J. an enormous"army and have practically
] be continued during this time. If]
A magazine features an article.on "Why Animals Go the advocates of the Road 31 work 'no control over It, exceptthe ;;:

,Crazy." Baby talk might have something to do with it. fall in their efforts, it would greatly power of persuasion. A MEy R CIErddr'.BYAN
In a few weeks, will
Perhaps, we 4HlQNJ1It1rJ.J.IIA170NI
facilitate matters if deeds to the
i, )' -p lands along 13 had been secured have the straight dope for you if N /NS' CT: Can you "Dig 'Em #"? ft so iStfd fiiSh to us,

1,, ; Lots of folks don't worry about political plums as long and were ready to be presented to I we can get in''touch.Bradford.with the boys I and if acceptable, we wl)} Pjjblfeh with ygVB'.Mme.
dear
ole
.'; as blackberries and huckleberies are waiting to be picked. members of the State 'Road De- from >\>: __ ____ ::_u
-
a partment as proof that people bi ....
this county are Interested lnhavlng A CORRECTIONThe r Maybe If we quit ,.llatenin' to all the amount of $25,000,000,00(1(

A Y Then there's the story about the merchant who adver- the work done here and do not Herald wishes to correct an : [Late this argument for more and more equivalent to $250 for every man]

'(; tised only one sale in his life, and the sheriff did that for him. propose to sit Idly by while some error that occurred In our last Is- .00 dough and start askln' 'em what woman and child in the country.

other county runs away with funds sue. Mr. F. C. Hillyer and not Mr. the heck they did with the moneywe It ia surprising: how men an

a that rightfully should be spent G. C. Hillyer'made 'the statement T3'0 gave 'em last time, we'll start women, usually well Informed an
When F. D. R. gets through being President he mightgo with us. attributed to him. Please acceptour ., QlassiftBy gettin' someplace. competent ta handling ordlnar

into vaudeville as Roosevelt and His Trained Congressmen. It Is true that the treasury bal apologies, Mr. Hillyer,-Jacksonville RUSSELL KAY We ought to be able to teach a transactions, will swallow absu

o ance of the county bond trustees ia i I Herald: S ntmiy, Florida Pm -ill'i... whole lot of readln' and writln' and misrepresentation and believ
Which Mr. ?
slim at his time. However, N. D. Hillyer 'rlthemtic with five and a half millions fraudulent statements In regard t
If visitors to the World's Fair think li--
that little bit of
Wainwright, couny tax assessor, And while our educational authorities of state money. Of course we Investments they are contemplat
r Florida is beautiful, they should hurry down to see the real has estimated the cost of securing OOFIWe're : sob and wring their little may have to depend on ordinary ing.

; thing. rlghts-of-way at approximately glad we don't know Waiter hands over lack of funds and con. plain school teachers and give up In' fact individuals who woilj

; $1,230, the major portion of this WlnchelL 11 we did we'might tend that with anything less than some of our superintending princi hesitate to buy a bushel of prods|

,I. 0 going for wire and staples, and securing think there sties something: per- seven and a half millions of state pals, 'supervisors, and assistants; from a street seller, without

I' They say that Queen Mary wears those hats because abstracts to the land. There sonal in Mr. Winchell's* statement money to play with our children to say nothln of boards, trustees, close examination, have bccj

King George likes them. We're glad to learn it's not becauseshe's is no doubt but what the fencing that there and! too many editors will grow up dumb and denied, It and other knick-knacks we've been known to invest the savings of f

materials could be secured on time, running; newspapers when they might be Interesting to review a all cluttered up with. Anyhow, It's lifetime in some stock pressed upoj

d t ; just obstinate. and also hat arrangements couldbe ought to be selling.L--them.CHEER bi of Informatlin disclosed by a ra- worth tryln'. them by a stranger, using bif

o made for deterring payments to cent state audit of the books and rapid-fire high-pressure sales talkf
UP ITEM
fr The Tampa Times says that the ants are now building the ones employed. to draw up the 'Come on and smile! Just sup records of one school board In this Crescent City, Journal.

p hills that from their summits abstracts. In the shoes of Dr. state From Other PensHOME -o---
so were
they can spot the nearest pose you I
'There' are of course, things to be J. K. Freeman of Bell Buckle, You know auditors don't mess a "BY HECK-I'M READY FOR 1

j picnic grounds. said for Hampton's stand In the Tenn. The other night at his farm situation up with a lot of hooey FULL DAY'S \\OKK"
matter. stations there and banana oil. They just take off -
0- Filling
hatched
twenty-one ducklings were ,
would lose some business, aa their coats and sharpen their pen- PLEASURES Down on th' fahm, 'bout half-puj
Recent rains in Bradford mule bull calf and
County have done a world of one eoltTone I
cUe and when you get their reports four
and cold drink ,
would lunch
t good. As long a farmer make his there is rooms eight pups were born, and to cli- they are facts, not maybe-so. Some people can't conceive of I oufl
as can I
corn crop, stands, but It is difficult to see how max the whole thing, a girl was having a good time, unless they are slip on my pants and sneak
danger of actual starvation. the road favored them wouldbe A lot of folks seemd to think th' door
T' by born to his daughter. But then If blowing In a lot of money. They I
that Governor Sholtz's school bill Out In th' yard I run like the dlcij
of much more benefit to the must be tearing around somewhere
N Q'I this sort of thing keeps up we don'tsuppose ,
too drastic
was that such state
since it leaves ens
business houses
the doctor will have burning up a tankful of gasoline I
i Reports are being circulated that French physicians have Road 13: on the curve Just east of any shoes for poor you to be in-so don't regulation of expenditures and operations or getting thrills at some show,, To milk ten cows and to teed tt|

!. banned milk and are giving their patients wine instead. Making town and does not'agaln enter the worry. was not necessary. But before they are satisfied. chickens .
business section. In times like pull up your chair and listen_ to Clean out th' barn Nanc
curry
another }bid for American tourists, eh ? ,- There is another way to satisfaction -
this and don't the
overlook fact
these it ceases to be a question of which gives happiness at littleor and Jlggs
COME; COME ITallahassee
rA o what la best for the few, but what Fla. that this ia a certified auditor's no cost That Is the beautlflca- Separate th' .cream and. slop a|

Judging by the number of breach-of-promise suits, someone can bring about the "greatest. goodto Tampa Morning Tribune, report of how one school board discharges tlon of your home place. That tree th' pigs,

has remarked the greaest number." a public duty and serves that you set out a few Work two hours, then eat like '
that when a young man writes a love letter, Tampa.FIa.4 the Interests of the taxpayers years ago,
he should begin it "Dearest '" This road work Is a golden op- Have read your editorial refer- whose it Is Intrusted that flowering shrub that. will blossom Turk-
One to
and Gentlemen of the Jury. portunity to bring outside money ence bathing suit using my name spend -money In a few weeks, these touches And, by heck, I'm ready for a fu|

r o into the county during the summer I desire for you make correction Now wait a minute 'tin I find of beauty give you a thrill every day's work.
months and to Increase the buying I time you look at them. The Then I grease the wagon and pug
Mr. Hearst's "Buy American" slogan seems to have gone. thereupon have not Introducedany some quotation marks this isn't home

i the way of the Dodo bird. :May it rest in peace. It was based power that would of a otherwise large laboring be unem-class suit bills regulation whatsoever will on appreciateyou any bathing my say-so, It is quoted word for watch place becomes the progress more of dear these, as orna-you Throw on a th'jug rack of ,water In an ol|
a word from the state auditor's
? on the false premise that you can eat your cake and have ployed. It ia a golden opportunity not using my name except port. The auditor found and officially re- mental which represent your loving grain sack.

a} it too. and we should not wait to see correctly stating true facts reported: touch.:-Okalooaa Messenger Hitch up the horses, hustle dowj
whether or not it will knock twicewe the lane
Sam W. Oetzen. -' i
M' "That the minutes do not
o should answer the first knock Sam W. Getzen, containa NEIGHBORS Must get th' hay In, for It l 100<

Bradford County is proud of its 4-H boys and girls who by securing the rlg t.-of-way and Tallahassee, Fla. complete .record" of the board'straneacUons. When you came Into the world, like'rain..

have returned from short courses at Gainesville and Tallahassee :- being able to present them witha Have read your telegram refer. "Many warrants were paid for ttiwas; the neighbors who cheered Jes' look over yonder, for as i
clear title to the State Road Department as I'm born, _
ence bathing suit in Gulf Gleam
and are now attacking with renewed enthusiasm the which no vouchers or paid bills : your parents by praising your first Cattle's and
1. ,
on July on a rampage donj
Monday I never said you Intro- were found. smile
;f problems of farm living. ---e- duced bathing suit bills will A'j'I'* Now that got in the corn. J
A appre- i "Many warrants Issued without you are a man, with a a mU
o "IT is r cite you not, ,reading my column proper substantiation by paid bile: citizen's responsibilities, it Is your Start across the medder run |

LF4 F4 Here's a tip for ambitious firemen: the fire departmentof The present tendency of some' except correctly: love Strickland. "Notes were issued without explicit neighbors who help carry these_responsibilities 'Heavlng'lika or two, Put wind broke, I r
English teachers to let the lan ,. BEB authority In the minutes... and who *tand"b)'' tor through
i ir a Massachusetts town recently responded to an alarm :for guage run according to the* dictates -Tampa Tribune "Over payments were found." help you In your defeats and to wet through and then r

what was believed to be .a forest fire, but later proved to be of some of Its most slovenly "Teachers' examination fees not cheer you in your victories. Get back tothe horses,

the moon, rising on the horizon. users seems to be taking the easiest BOISTROUS MAMA accounted for ,.When you die your neighbors will Nance, recompense, of the b
straddle
i way out of a difficult situation. BOSTON--On the ground that And under the heading ..J1t had.a.few tears, and sing a few got

off "Grammar has no right to dictate her bother would "create a wild nances" we gleam the following; songs; and say a prayer for you. wire fence. nw>din
and
.
My''jolnt.. all a-achln'
}
.Post-mortem examination by Smithsonian scene" at her fashionable Back .When:
scientists reveals the usage of language recently "Budgets not adhered to. II you have a favor to be-

.that a baby gorilla's brain weighed about a third of the said one university professor has Bay wedding, a prospective bride "E tlmatu of expenses for ensuing ..-.., stow; .even though It be only the Tm fit as a a jerk addle; for a full dJY|.

.e.4 human before the National Council of appealed to Suffolk Superior year not prepared .by district fAvor"of your patronage wouldn't '
average brain. This probably accounts for the fact work. .
: I Court to restrain the mother, trustees." it::"be good sportsmanship to bestow
Teachers. He failed to give winter
reasons
that gorillas don't coats in the from the Church the' that Work all summer until
wear summer time. why any English teacher should entering of "Fund; account overdrawn." favor upon your' neighbor.

o hare the right to sanction the use Advent during the ceremony.The "Numerous transfers of'.funds In a thousand ways you are a Then nigh the books and 1 1a Ilea
of "it la me" and dozens of similar petitioner was Miss Heater unauthorized by law" 'j" In'jrour town. Your interests are figure up
: According to the Valdosta Times in 'W
a woman an English Swain Winchester debutante "Insufficient canirmnIf all big sigh.
which depository scene, your neighbors
,
expressions they consider mew
court charged with shoplifting asked the engaged to Hancock Dorr In Worked all year. didn't
was by magistrate established by colloquial usage. marry Ity. ft partner business with every manShould '---

f I ,k' if she had anything to say on her own behalf. "Yes sir, II One writer recently clinched his Beacon Hill clubman. June 16. That's) the kind of a break you fail, you wouldn't remain in Got less thing cash: now than I bad 1
Her father Charles B.. business- .
Swain | dumb have a week. If all
poor taxpayers been
-
;jour neigh
have she
r
replied hopefully, "I take only British made argument against letting down the spring
lumber
wealthy dealer In bors
Joined gettin', Yet when some sob sister succeed, you almost certainly the
that
goods." Vs bar. of good language by the fol the petition. _. comes around with a petition or' will succeed with them.* Now, some people say

f a lowing How illustration: Referring, to Mrs. Swain as asks you to wire the Governor In .ifio, when you find yourself In ain't no bell to 'tilt
much mote effective, he But they've never farmed
"an eccentric person of melodramatic effort to raise the need of a
A an ante another monkey wrench, a pair of
congressman has proposed a Constitutional Amend- said Is that beautiful sentence can't telL
dla 1t1on. the petition million or so for our dear children', pants, shoes, automobiles uk
from the Bible "Fear not. It..la I" 'T groceries When rolls around, I
, ment that no one shall have no more than a million dollars. stated' you can't wait to grab the pencil .,etc., or an Insurance policy-to spring
than If
it had been
spoken "Fear another chance,
Wrong idea, says the Jackson News. What we need is a Constitutional not. It's me." "She wiU'. create a wild scene or rush to the telegraph office. .,buy it-from your' neighbor ia the While the fringe grows longer 0
and when In'the ceremony the Then you go homeland I bite your .otxrbest thing to buying It from
c; Amendment that no one shall have less than -)--- old
a minister' will 'say 'If my pants
any man finger nails and squak about.high yourself.-Selected.I my btI
" i w mIlllon.M1 It would be of great benefit to can show ;Jut why they may not taxes. '- Give my- s'penders a bitch,

the profession It the love of news- be lawfullY' joined let I another jerk- .
o together I know Is a terrible thing to SUCKERS va SLICKERS j. for a
paper work was Instilled In the him And:by heck, Tn ready
now speak or else hereafter
0y7" The press of competition has caused railroads to hearts of all cramp anybody style with limited Readers of the Journal who have .
it wor
announce as must be In that forever hold his / will finances year's:
peace cry just -when
they're funds _Exchange'About
i within '
it their first progressive in almost of Herbert FelktL The.editor of out In loud and the ,+ .
.{ step a score of years. a tone in a melo- Sending art auditor around to next few years should be forewraned t -
.
; A stream-lined, motor driven train that will make 110 miles the St. Augustine Record declined dramatic manner, forbid and obJect check on 'em is another low-down by an estimate recently made 250.000: chickens were'

E' hour has been ordered an appointment. collector of in- to the marriage, thus disturbing trick But folks are beginnm to by the Federal Trade Commission. during tb
an built for the Union Pacific. A few ternal revenue for Florida, aayinl'that and the ctnated chickenpox
outraging solemnity realize that
c taxpayer's dollar Is This board that .
I. more improvements like this and the railroads he felt he could better serve of the says statistics Indicate last three years at the .uggettb
would
not have.. ceremony. just aa Important a piece of changeas that during the last ten years, of This co
'; about his country by sticking to his editorial We'll bet'they never thought of other dollar county agents.
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