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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 30, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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\vo\ A Stores Safe,Close For Sane Half Silent Day 4th; Over 3000 Cans Tip 2nd Top Anniversary To Celebrate Sale Green Has ChanceTo State Uses Radio 6 Starke Program Items Making Survey .lr:1: :

Likely This '

Ifa Auto WreckOn City I Of Varied Foods June 30 To July 15 Become Head During Past Month '

From aU Indications Starke will The Of New Route :
Tip Top Grocery this week !
M",anothel: In Its series of safe Milton Bacon, Jr., used six .x-
sane and silent Fourth announced Its second big Anniversary cerpts from the Telegraph in his 54
LawleyRoad
Put lip In County Sale tor two weeks June 30 Territories "

It has of been merchant indicated that by they a majority will to This July 15, Inclusive. Body I I during trl-weekly May"Florida Air Dispatch"I For 13 Cut-Off jo''

popular grocery: has recent. aft
wad Lonnle Cartle Meet close for only half of the day on Brooker Leads In ly been enlarged, giving ampleroom : "Again thanking you for your .
rIM Tuesday Work: Peas, Has Not 0Oft..no Chairman courtesy and In 1
although'several co-operation
[ Death When Bantam Car have '()om. Squash and Other to accommodate, the customers telling. No Danger of Project Being Left i ri I'
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1 strikes Blue Bu said if they can't have all day ConservedApproximately Vegetables who will nock there during hip Yet But I* In Line; the world about our great state; Out of Budget, Roy V Ott 9 1,;
they'd rather have none at all. the next two week to take advantage Will Accept Mr. Bacon said In a letter to the Bay
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wnle and Charles Carter four- Some residents wlU likely attend 3,600 cans of of the quality merchandise being Telegraph this week. -- r i j

and eighteen-year-old sons ofrriD the celebration freeing the Memo- foodstuffs have been put up in offered at attractive prices.In Congressman R. A. Green has The program la heard over the County Bond Trustees will be notified -
carter of Lawtey were rial Bridge at Palatka a few will Bradford County under the direc- a two-page advertisement in the opportunity of becoming chairman all-Florida network from stations to begin securing rtghta-of- "

ad and David Browning. sU- be off to Daytona. others to Jacksonville tion of the Emergency Relief Committee this issue C. H. Naswortby, manager Territories of the House Committee on WDAE at Tampa WDBO at OrlandO way on the Road IS cut-off as soon ; S
to '
dispatches
according news -
a.also of Lawtey was injured but the vast majority will, ,, Miss Pearl Jordan home announce some bargainsthat from WJAX at Jacksonville, asthe route has been selected.
iTsaturday afternoon when a no'doubt spend their leisure time demonstration agent, announcedthis should not be overlooked. week. Former Chairman Washington Bolivar this WQAM at Miami, and WRUF at Leon B. Thrasher, Second Division { ; +

Urn automobile In which they at our own Klngsley Lake. week. This is the amount that Don't fail to visit thltore during E. of Louisiana died few Gainesville. engineer with the State Road Department
L riding collided with a Blue has been turned out to date, and the next two we.k 'and have the Kemp a said here. Monday. ; i ,
days The next Demo-
ranking
leboi a mile south of Lawtey.Lording the work is progressing at the rate pleasure of getting your money* crat on ago.the committee la John E. Starke Ties One Mr. Thrasher said that In view '+'
worth and at
Court < the sam.lime receiv
County of 1
to reports.. Lonnie several hundred cans per day. ing courteous servcceForsyth Rankin of Mississippi but he is at of Hampton's opposition to the 1

ter, who was driving, attempt- Brooker has shown the greatest present bead of,of the World War original route, which passes one ; +'
In an automobile while go- production with 2.115 cans; Hampton Veterans' legislation It Is unlikely mile west of that city, the road -if y,

\ north pass and, evidently becoming Held Tuesdav represents 437 cans of the total Scores that.he would be selected to Loses Another department is surveying a new g't' {'

tuned when be saw the big bus ; Lawtey ITS cans; and New head two committees. route which follows the Seaboard h

lost upon him, turned suddenly River 124 cans. Next to Rankin comes John Mc- AirLine Railway tracks and pa a- ;

Itbe left. The bus driver, reports Lester Moody Will Be Tried In Over 500 cans have been stored in DuTfte, Alabama Democrat, who is Hold Palatka Independent. 14-14 I ea within a quarter of a mile' of
swerved to the right and I Circuit Court For Murder Of the relief kitchen in Starke. These Easy Knockout at present chairman of Insular Affairs Drops Lake Butler Game the city. He made no Intimation I

ped his bus on the shoulder of Booker DeSue represent the surplus; after workers as well as select economy. It By 6-5 Moore as to which project the.department
road have been paid and those is considered improbable that he was likely to select pri4

County Judge's Court bringing In their farm products Walt. Four Round For GeorgianTo will be tendered or would accept a Starke opened Its baseball sea The County Bond Trustees met (
now being
??y slight damage was sustain held here only once two have received their share. Show HI* Power- Then third chairmanship.Then son last Thursday by tieing the Pa. last Friday for the purpose of ,
iby the bus and none of Its pas- months every Field peas have been canned in Lay Hun Low comes Congressman Green, latka Independents, 1414. The Hearing a report from Hampton $
lien as an economy move, con
The light car
;; was Injured. greater quantities than any other assistant Democratic whip and hitting was also equal both teams business men as to their progress .ri ,
vened and of its
|hlch the boys were riding was docket Tuesday disposed vegetable, although large amountsof GAINESVILLE; Juno 28.-Vas- dean of the Florida delegation In getting twelve. Errors were nur In promoting a project to take the r r

pletely demolished Its engine 6 o'clock, containing in the afternoon.eleven cases by corn, tomatoes okra and soup co Forsyth, the VPride of Bradford the House of Representatives. He onerous 'on both sides because of place of the original cut-off. Their r 3,
pgled mass, was shoved up Into mixture have been put up. ," after four rounds of fearful holds the present chairmanship of the rain. Hallle Jones led the hitting delegation stated that while they
[body. Reports say that young Lester Moody colored charged The following rules have been waiting for the vaunted punch 'the Committee on Disposition of for Starke getting three out had rather the road "stay like It Is" 'fl'flthey
lag! was thrown clear of the with the murder of Booker DeSue, drawn up by those In charge to Jimmy McDuffy warf! reputed to : Useless Executive Papers and Is of five times up. would be more favorable to

eckage also colored' May 21, was order apply to the canning work carry in his curlousljrcocked; right a member of Territories and Rivers The lineup was as follows: the: route that paced* 'nearest to d J

ertff W. J. Epperson and other ed held for the fall term of circuit The doner of large quantities of hand, came out .In the fifth and &11I1 Harbors. Tony Williams, T. D. Rlcken the city. They reported that a survey

1'1 reached the scene shortly court without ball. vegetables shall receive twenty per rocked the Atlahtan'to sleep with Congressman Green said Monday backer, Hallle Jones, Buster Kick. was being made of the new d ,

Lr the accident occurred, and Scott Alvarez, charged with pro cent of the canned products. Forty his own potent right paw last that he has not yet been offered liter Merrill McMillan. John Ha. route and suggested that the board t I {

ted an Investigation. Chief J. fane and indecent language was percent shall go to the relief work I night to score his second straight the chairmanship, but considers It gate Junior McDowell, Pete Bur. postpone any action until this work I

|Rowe of Lawtey was one of the found not guilty.. ers who are employed In the work, i knockout victory in the City Club quite likely that he will receive this nay Phil McEachern. Jones, Ha was completed. ,., 4, !!

a t officers to reach the scene of Emery Mathney and Loyd Wilson and forty per.cent shall go to the arena. honor, which he will be pleased to gan and McEachern divided the There ( iW+r a
f accident. A coroner's inquest relief store room. The end of the fight must have accept. pitching assignment.The was some doubt among ; ;
young men of Brooker, pleaded f +
id Where small quantities are been to wellas President Roosevelt is believedto members of the board whether It I ) +:?
n d later by County Judge E. K.rryman surprising Forsyth as team
to
guilty a charge of petit larceny journeyed to Lake '
I declared the accident brought In, the owner shall be required to the fans for he had been un- be favoring several measures regarding Butler would be advisable to delay any
and fined : each. afternoon to
were $5 Sunday drop
[avoidable. to donate one can out of able to land a solid blow on Mc- the territories, which will. longer'since'' they believed It wa 1
Fritz Halss the first decision of
charged with assault the year to the
I every ten for the relief store room. Duffy through the first tour come up at the next session of necessary to have righta-of-way on !
1t t tis said that Charles Carter a and battery on Mrs. J. W.', The following schedule of can rounds, when he landed a right Congress! Mr Green said In his tune of 6-8. the original route by July 1 In order I' j* v
g t chime before the accident, had EClssner, was found not &guilty,44 ; nngldays! for the different communities swing high on the Georgian's head position. chairman of the Territories In spite of lack of practice, the for It to be Included In the Federal +ti

, > riding on a truck with ,his Solomon Kite pleaded guilty to in the county has been and sent McDuffy staggering to Committee be would be ableto Starke boys played excellent ball, budget. This doubt was dlswllod ; r "h >
r er, a well-known strawberry a charge of driving a motor vehicle announced: the ropes. assist the President In carryingout behind the able pitching of "Speed" however when W. E. To- p y ,
not the Lawtey section but without license. Sentence was suspended his Harvey. rode, chairman of the board telephoned
) Theresaa 'Monday; Hampton, Forsyth tore In when,,.he saw Mc- program. -
" I into the paBseDpr''car;when upon 'good behavior, and Tuesday; Brooker, Wednesday; Duffy stagger, and.-'I&nded two Harvey'retired In favor of:Hallle Roy V. Ott chairman of r

i, |brother and the Browning boy i upon condition that Kite stays Starke Thursday; Lawtey Friday; more rights, both high on the head Tones after one was out in the fifth the State Road Department, at bill) k F ; r;
U 54 1 them on the way home. The away from Starke. New River Saturday. then caught the forestry army Two ScholarshipsTo Inning. Then three hits and as home In Ocala and received assurance

1had gone only about two miles Willie Smith and Jamea Simmons Mrs. Floy Sullivan, who has had worker with what appeared to bea many errors paved the way for five that the project would be in'f'

IIA i the accident occurred. colored, charged with petit charge of the equipment for the push on the Jaw and it was all Lake Butler runs. A Starke rallyIn cluded In the appropriation no { Yl s'

e e i bodies of the Carter boys larceny from in connection Rachels store with, pleaded shoplifting past several weeks, will not be en- over but the booing. Go In County the seventh. inning stopped one matter wal which of the proposed
routes .
brought to the DeWitt C. guilty and were fined $10 each of gaged in the work after Saturday.Mrs. McDuffy had taken the second horttof ttelng the score. accepted.No
Company here. Youngg Albert Sullivan of Theresaa and third rounds on speed and The line-up was: announcement has been made ; 1
ninety days. will fill the vacancy. punches landed while th other two as to the amount that will be ap '
t was picked up by anbu1ance Bill Starke-Williams, If.; Klckllter.s. .
Nogle pleaded guilty to Examination. Will Be Held On hen tt
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153 proprlated the second project Is)
even. Forsyth weighed
" that happened to beg were .. Jones lb. McEachern, c.
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after warned
Tcaspaaslng being August 101; No Vacancies InWoman' N
t at the time of the accident and his opponent 151. Burney, cf. McDowell accepted. The original routs J Q
and was fined $10. Post OfficeBack College Harvey, p.; ; would draw down $75,000, but It r y yla
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ti was rushed to St. Lukes HosL
Elbert Phlpps was found guiltyof rf; Hagen 3b.; Wall. 2b. ;' ; '
L Jacksonville. In writing before the tight took believed that the later one, beinghorter
He was report- disturbing public worship and An examination will be held Au- Lake Butler Rivers, If.; I. would result In less
, released editors of'the Gainesville money v
sports
| from there Monday was fined $10 or forty days. place gust 10 to fill two vacant scholarships Townsend ,ss.; W. C. Town end, being spent In the county.
z Jig, and la now at the home To Third ClassMall Evening News had the following -
W. Mahler found of In Bradford ,
was guilty County, SuperIntendent lb.; Day o.; Hardee p.; Rosenberg i
r [Ui mother, Mrs. Maggie Brown- shooting hogs belonging to another to say: A. J. Grlffia said this ct.; Young, rf.; Brooks, 3b.; Thieves Get Safe
:, Mar "As for Forsyth we all know Empty
It
Lawtey. is said that
and was fined $5: or thirty days. week. Both scholarships one Jones, 2b.
I ns injured only to the extent The following cases were continued Local Rural Route Will that If be ever lands with either county and one senatorial, are to Umpires Lewis, Starke; Roberts From Coca Cola Plant.
cuts hand will have to fall.
I and bruises about the face.l'1neral : Joe Altman charged 'with Go For Two Cents After some one the University of Florida; there Lake Butler.Lightning _____ if I
In his last few fights he has chang t
\ I services for Lonnie and"only shooting cows of another; E. July 1 ed his of battle altogether are no vacancies In the Woman' A small safe, stolen front the lo- t "

lee, children of Mr. and Aaron colored, charged with use of -. He will style stand and slug It out if College this year. Strikes Man cal Coca Cola bottling plant Thur.d .- ?
i Carter, were held Monday aftr profane, vulgar and Indecent language The Starke postof f Ice, along with up In order to be eligible to take ay night of last week was dls- r
his desires to do so. Before 4
i at 2 o'clock at Dyal Ceme- and ,carrying concealed many others in all sections of the opponent he would cover and wait' the examination the applicant must While Using Telephone covered Sunday morning on a side

I weapons. country, will go back to third class for ,an opening for the up finishing be a resident of the county; must road near Klngsley Lake. Its door? ;ti '

Arrangements were in charge of July 1, according to a recent announcement blow but now be stays on his man be a graduate of a Florida senior Struck by lightning Tuesday had been hammered off"and valu- rW i
Pmtt C. Jones ALLIGATOR KILLED of the Postofftce Department !- I high school, accredited by the
Company. and If he does not mind he will while talking over a telephone, able papers burned by the thieves.
Charles! Darby and James Rich- in Washington D. C. State Board of Education the year '
of
make In his last bout 'Uncle Charlie" McClay Ralfordis Vldently In a fit of anger at finding 1j
an opening.
ard Wainwright returned to town During the the office he graduated; must present a d '
ongressman VisitsReconstruction past year here knocked out Jimmy believed now to be out of daller.althou&h the safe contained no money. r'
Forsyth ;
Tuesday morning with a five-foot took in the for health and a character certificate.The ,
over 18,000 required he had a very narrow escape +
Griffin of Valdosta In the second The thieves entered the building; tl
alligator trophy of a hunt In Crystal second class Postmistress
Head county scholarship requires
rating. round. McDuffy has yet to fight in from death. I by prying the lock off of the door V ,
Lake Monday night. Another H. H. Young said this week but that the winner must register in '
Florida but he brings a good record Mr. McClay, who Is employed In and must have carried the safe.,, P
'gator was killed the hunters said, the department allowed credit for the School of Education at the University
P5r"sman R. A. Green was in with him. He has boxed and defeated the store of C. U. Crews, was waiting weighing approximately 35 0 '
but it sunk under the boat and they eighty cent of the receipts and teach two after '
t only per years ;
r Kid Balsden. Joe Llpp. Whitt on customers during a heavy pounds, Into a waiting automobile i i
former were unable to bring it up. because of the three cent refund the
III Congressman postage. graduation or money b
[ W. W. Webb Stiles Attaway and many rain Tuesday afternoon when the Residents near the bottling plant ; 3
---.-- Mrs. Young said that the office used. The winner of the senatorial
of Dublin, now director of RENO HOME BURNSA others of the South' best boxers." I telephone began ringing. As he say that noises were heard about
"*>ral Reconstruction FI- would try to give its patrons a* scholarship may register In any picked up the Instrument lightning 1 o'clock, but were believed at the
Ma-
small house belonging to service in the There of the University -
good as past. college or department
Corporation struck the outside wire and time be r i
In both ran to coming from the under ; ) $
*Florida. Georgia mie Dell colored burned to the will likely be no reduction In the 4-11 Club Girls Return and there Is no teachingrequlremellL down to the mouth piece and receiver taking parlor located next door it
< ground In Reno late Wednesday staff of clerks, although salaries
4arre88man From Camping Trip knocking him over.
The safe discovered
Green this week I was Sunday -
night.An will be cut considerably In additionto A regulation of the State Board ,
that Jotr.Larsen Is an old friend alarm was sounded but the the fifteen per cent cut effective at Education requires that no applicant "Uncle Charlie" remained unconscious morning by resident of Lawtey ;M
P"that they met in Valdosta for fire truck was not sent out, as the July l' on all government employee Twenty-three 4-H girls returned shall be awarded a scholar-: until late Tuesday night.He who were on their 'way to church at ti r

tI1eadly vlBlt owing to the fact house was believed to be out of *. to their home last Friday patter ship unless) be or she makes an av- is able how to take a few steps) Klngsley Lake. It was about 10O t

*both were too busy to visit the each of water hydrants.. In speaking of postal rates!, Mrs. four days of work and fun at their rage of seventy per cent with the with the aid of someone to support yards from the pavement on a aide {

SItters tither at Dublin or Starke. Young said that, contrary to rumor camp at Kingsley Lake. grade on no subject less than fifty ,him.. but is still suffering from road between Cady and Cascade*.. 41 ; l ,

lee relative to this section Yaks are the safest transports postage on out-of-town letters Highlights of the week were the per> cent. shock., lung*. | a t
state were discussed Con- in the high mountains of Tibet and will not back to two cents after program consisting of Indian .
go
lllall Green said. Chinese Turkestan.pke July 1. A two cent stamp however songs and dances put on by the Red Cross Headquarters "Wear A Good Pair Of Walking Shoes" j,I 1 '
will be sufficient to carry a girls; a lecture by Mrs. Grace Warren
home demonstration agent of To Close For Summer ,
i letter on a rural route from the llfl

Pleasantly Invaded Saturday city.Other postofflces In the State to Gainesville flowers; a course growth,on and"How natureof to Following' the-distribution to Say Local Visitors To The World's Fair jfif

go from second to third class next Start Life Right," by Mrs. L. A. white people Friday and Saturday ., :

I' By Conservation Boys On Leave month will be: Apopka. Auburn- Futch of Lawtey; constructivework morning, an dto colored. Monday --

dale. Dunedin Fort Meade. Frost In recreation, by Miss Mar- morning and to colored, Monday "Wear .a good pair of walking good meal, although they ranged ,
s
-- proof Palmetto Punta Gorda and garet Dodd of There_ and Miss win close until fall, Mrs. N. D. shoes." 18 I the ad-rice-Mr. and Mrs. from 25c: for a reasonably satisfy {

8att drink, cigarette and mov- ers were singing to his chords. Winter Garden. Rebecca Mond of Lake Butler. Wainwright, chairman announced H. IL Young gave their friend Ing lunch to 75o for a single, sand 3 el
picture said The girls were divided in tribes this week. '
business in Starke They were on their way. they wich.Mr. e''s
a1 sudden wit- to Penny Farms, where construction Council Takes Up U follows A small amount of yard goods upon their return from the World'sFair and Mrs Young say that the; .
!h-flve boom Saturday as of a new camp ha been Cherokee-Vivian Brannen. captain and ready-made: garments la still at Chicago. 'Although buses trip from Stark. to Chicago can be tk?
or thirty boy from the started. $5,000 City Bonds ; Alice Newbury, Marjorie. Ml- I 011 hand and the chapter wishes toret operate within the grounds and made by automobile In two days, t,

tlnn camp at the State One of the more talkative members sell, Ruth Taylor, Margarita Joy- this distributed before closing can be used In going long distance without trying to break any speed }

Soaae Farm Invaded the city. of the group volunteered the Four thousand, one hundred and ner, Lula Wllker_. ,,Elizabeth for the summer From one building to another, there records. They left here at 5:40): )

'Wearing civilian clothe, Information that they were having fifteen dollars of 1932 city taxes Plummer Ellen Rivers. are countless mile of exhibition one morning and were la Peru, ,

free Wearing khaki they were a a big time have to work hard, but have been paid In bonds,. Carl Mohicans-Essie Sapp captain; WATCHMAN INJURED hale that have to be travelled on Ind., less than 200 miles from Chi i'', p,
lot on leave after a hard enjoy the outdoor life, and wouldn'tbe Johns, city clerk, announced this Allle Mae Driggers, Velma Bran Luther Coleman. night watch- foot the returned visitor said. cago, at 1:40: the next Afternoon. # a'.

r9Wo getting settled In their back loafing around home for week. A total of 17.097.19 baa nan, Lillian Stump, Clarice Gill, man at the Starke Stave Mill Is Press agent report of the beau While In Chicago they stopped at ;, ,.
the world. been collected which Is lea than I Marzie Howard Myrtle Knight reported still suffering from Inju- ty of the Florida exhibit have not the Stevens Hotel along with some

lay Walked up and down main The same young fellow, a bright- fifty per cent of the assessment Mattie Edith Rowe. ties sustained last week when a been exaggerated, Mr. Young said, 3.00O other guest This hotel la) h. '/ t ,
ClVlnI' the drug stores and looking boy who was filling hiscanteen roU-$17.499.24. Choctow-OVeda Brannen.. captain floor board broke with him causing and ah econslder It the outstanding very conveniently located for fair N ; '

musters a rushing business. with cold water at a corner Mr. John also announced that ; May Geiger Marjorie McOIll him to fall from a platformand state exhibit with California visitors. Mrs. Young said It being

Went to the movies, and oth- drug store said that he had the city last week took up $5,000 Nell McEcharlan. Eloise Hayes, strike bis back on a. lumber and Missouri a* runners-up. She but fou rblocks from the ground.f y

eased themselves at pool .ta- been In the service for one month, of Its improvement bonds, mostly Ethel Packnam Vonda Inman.A block. also spoke a good word for the lecturer ; Their'' biggest disappointmentwas r
Tb.> ys' wore< smiles on their and had gained ten pounds. The, bonds for the city of Starke. keen contest was carried on in charge of our hall, saying: la not being able to take the) 4 d

IIId 8ee1l1ed to be enjoying food he described by the use of one The clerk will likely close his tax throughout the week between the FORD.AGENCY MOVES that. he I* a past-master at "..emnr' -: mammoth sky-ride, Mrs. Young t r ,r,'

tlCllte a, his town affords.ODday word--swell." book about July 15 and will then three group When the points J. W, Andrews' Ford agency this Florida. said. However It was nearing ''l'J'

MnHn r two The boy: are organizing a base- begin making up his delinquent list. were added it was found that the week moved from its location on Food can be obtained very rea- completion when they were there ,

Par loaded With young DIeD ball team they said and would be The list will be published In August Cherokee were high scorers, and Call Street Into a building owned sonably within the fair grounds and they were allowed to go up lathe ,,
near Call Street. One glad to schedule some game with and the tax sale held in September each member of this tribe was give y A. IL Green next to his store .the postmistress said She estimated 428-foot towers supporting It {

''a guitar and otlx- the Stark nine. ?. the city council has decided. en g i1n. .JJL ._. _oo Tenth. Street. I tOo as the average. price: for at both, ends. -- ,, 1


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TWO BRADFORD OOITNTT TELEGRAPH.: : STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY .Jt.SE: so. tin
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Little Miss Eula Lee Fugate of Various Indian tribes In sire etT

____ Williston Is spending the week In days; fed freely upon turkey mead
both wild and
Starke with her cousins, Katie and domesticated


r Bits of Virginia Mrs. T.Fugate.A., Turner and-sons, Jerry 4D A DEfFNOQAG NAT SEZ;: --

.I,. t and Tommy, spent several dayslast /
f V week In WUdwood visitingMrs. -

wr li>ca1New T. E. Maddox.: To TSVCTi this Well World I see Economic by the(Conference papers that y

getting nowhere about''faTt
Mrs. J. H. Kltcn ts spending a 1S OF a.
+r1', Concerning Oar Pmoplc, Baiintft and few days In Monticello visiting her foe/oAY rosr pected.everybody All ex the*

of th_ County and Town. son-in-law and daughter Mr. and
r af, ( Progress Mrs. Herbert Durden. 4. TQAG/C 'I delegates who

::4 have somethingto

t'1 '.', Mrs. Bessie Brannen of Jacksonville .n .M r R sell want
Broward Strlcktano: spent the spent several days recentlyat i t prices to go up,
t David Moore of Lawtey was a first of the week In Gainesville visIting the home of her parents Mr.: A and those who 1
visitor here Friday: Jack Frazier and Mrs. Robert Green. llltdael have to buy the
stuff,want prices

., i Miss Isabel Fernandez spent Saturday Sheriff W. S. Brannen, Jr., of Mr. and Mrs. Pate Gassett and to stay down

4' ,7 in Jacksonville Lake Butler was transacting bust children will leave Sunday for I those who
11'A F ness here Saturday. Ozark, Ala., where they will spenda have gold, and
G. W, Mosley of Mlddleburg was week visiting relatives. I -1A4r71 ..w.i want to keep It,
a visitor here Monday. Miss Dorothy U enjoying a jay go off the

-- visit In Monticello, the guest of Miss Frances Hemingway recently gold standard, and those who
: Miss Kitty Hogied is in Atlanta, Miss Hilda Durden. returned to her home aftera haven't got any, but would like to

I a, Ga, visiting relatives. month's visit In West Lake Wales have some, say "stay on. When
-' Ben J. Knight of Tampa has I with her aunt, Mrs. J. H. Heming they get through we'll probably t be
D. BcAee of Jacksonville was a been spending several days here at" way. right where we started from-

visitor here Wednesday. tendnig to business. eatln' chicken and cow peas and
Mrs. D. E.. Knight Paul Knight waltln' for old man "Course ol
W. M. Wainwright a visitor Miss Pauline Priest was visiting and Col. and Mrs. Hollls Knightand 6rs- Time" to straighten things out
'. i.. to Jacksonville Tuesday. friends and relatives in Lake City children spent last week at -

a e4il during the week-end the Epperson cottage at KIngsley lOn/& But If the boys In London can't!

4 EX C. Preist was a business visitor !- Lake. ''rz02/0AS- make a. go of It, that's no ream
to Live Oak Saturday.Mrs. Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr., Is 7 yon and I shouldn't get together In
enjoying a visit with friends In Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Stump and 7. : a little "Economic Conference" all

L. Johns Hampton Rome, and Surrency, Ga. daughters Misses Marjorie and vE,4e'74PPdL our own.'' And let me tell you this

was a visitor here Tuesday.B. Lillian, are enjoying an outing at -It; won't; be a flop. I don't can
Miss Mlna Manassa spent the their summer cottage at Kingsley : whether you're on the gold, IIIher,
I week-end at Fernandina with her
F. Hazen of Brooker was a Lake. rr copper, check, or money order
.t business visitor here Friday. : sister, Mrs. D. B. White. Irs F urso standard take 'em all and gtti
Mr. H. L. Brownlee and little SAID TO .e.6 l//Q t you your money's worth of me*.
Mr. and Mrs T. W. Shuler and daughter Madge, and Mrs. Bins YEAB.S y chandtse In return.
Maxie Carter of tug land was a Children of the State Farm were Kite Blitch spent Tuesday In Jack- Std 1.

business visitor here Friday.Bill visitors to Starke Sunday. sonville with Rev.', and Mrs. :M. C. ...e/PEA/ Send your delegates down to my

Stith. store and we'll go into a huddle
Moran of Waldo was a visitor !- Mr. and Mrs. Preston L. Pitts of

.,.1 ,t here Monday afternoon. Gainesville were visiting friends In Mrs. Clifford L. Craft of Avon and results they'll of an come economic home with conference SODII

Starke Sunday afternoon. Park Is a visit here with
enjoying
that and not
you can see, Just read
,'y Mrs. Jean Gasktns of Lawtcy her mother and sister, Mrs. Miriam about In the papers. How're these
was a visitor here, Saturday. J. C. Robinson, editor of the Orange Klcklltcr and Miss Dorothy Claire for a sample:
County Chief. Apopka, wasa Klckllter.
i Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wells of Law- visitor to Starke Friday. The dreadful DADE MASSACRE occurred remains were exhumed, and removed to -
toy'were visitors here Monday. ,- W. E. Jr., December 28 1835 Bushnell St. Augustine where re-interment took Men's Blue Serge Trousers,
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant, near $5 value _________ .$39:
Little Miss Ruth Murrhee of of Cocoa spent the week-end with place on August 15, 1842
:' Florida. Here the Indiana practically Ladle Silk Dresses____. 19t
Col. and Mrs. Hollis Knight were Lawtey spent last week here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Although long known as an inhabitantof ? '
Full Fashioned Chiffon HOHO. .4,
wiped out entire command of U. S.
visitors to Jacksonville Friday. her cousin, Alma Murrhee. Sr. an
Bryant, sand dunes on the lower East Coast, Men's Heavy Chambray

s. Raiford troops. Until February 20 following:, the the SEVEN YEAR APPLE has recently Work Shirts ________ ,4.4'HanGrade
T, N. Norman of was ai fi
0., Haynes of Hampton was Miss Blanche Ashary of the
victims) of that terrible
slaughter
business visitor here Saturday. his been lay exposed been found along Florida's West coast as Overalls and
Starke Saturday visiting Federal Relief Office, has to the elements. They were then well. It is a beautiful with Work Pants _______ ..9Ilen'lI
daughter, Mrs. P.,J. Pearce., spending several days In South evergreen
4 Butler buried on the spot by U. S. volunteers Drews Shirts)
Ray Andrews of Lake Florida In the Interest of the welfare un abundant white flowers that resemble
+ from_____________49c to (1 tO(HiMunslngwear !
to Starke der JaeneraLfiaines.! Six laterthe
was a visitor Tuesday. | lion. John W. Williams of Tallahassee work there. years :! orange blossoms.
Shorts for Ladies
A DISPLEASED CUSTOMER ![ waa visiting friends In Mrs. W.. B. Hollingsworth and Mrs. Lafayette Williams arrived Mr. and Mrs. John H. Gill of ____________. ? ..4'Men's '
NOT -
I!i Starke during the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Aldermanare .
,;, YET: In Mari- children of Fort White, and Mrs.T. here Sunday from Opp, Ala., to Jacksonville were In Starke Sun- Summer, Trousers
several
Our beautiful '33 Special Photo" i Mr. and Mrs. H. Hfl Thomas of anna spending with their son-in-law days and H. Shepard and children of join her'husband, who is linotype day visiting Mrs. Gill's parents, Duck or Striped------. .9
3 for Just short time now. operator for the Telegraph. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez.
$1.50 a They
r Palatka were here Monday visiting) daughter, Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Ocoee were guests last week of Mr.
and Mrs. Williams are located at Buy now and save money. These!!
DOME QUICK. were accompanied back to Jack
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Thomas. *.
Marshburn. and Mrs. E. C. Priest an familyat
r y. HOOVER BROS. STUDIO the Morgan cottage on East. Madison sonville by Mrs. Gill's little son, prices are sure to be higher soon.

rla Starke, Florida Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Halle and Mrs Lucy Hardy of Lenlor; N. the Klckllter cottage at Kings- Street., Jackie Joe Murden, who had been -

y sons, Woodfin and Jack were vlsl C., arrived in Starke the first of ley Lake. enjoying a visit here with 'his
mob, I Jack Briggs of Jacksonville wasa tons in Lake City Thursday. the week and, has a stenographic Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Taylor and grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Gill NAT ;STERNBERI
business visitor to Starke Tue.- position In the law offices of Col. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle had as little son have returned to their have recently returned from a tripto

, day. I Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Whitehead James L. Frazee. guests. last Wednesday at their home in Miami after' spending a Chicago to the Century of Progress Starke, Florida

and son of Lawtey 'were visitorsto .. home on North Walnut Street, Mr. month here at the bedside of Mr. Exposition; Washington, D. C., ... ._
a. W. H. Andrews, Jr., of Hampton Starke Monday afternoon.H. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Sistrunk and and Mrs. C. C. Hawkins and Mrs. Taylor's mother, Mrs. Josephine and Raleigh, N. C., and Starke .a.
d 4 was a business visitor here Tues son, Joe, and Mr. and :Mrs C. A. G. P. Saye of Rutledge, Ga., and Taylor, who passed away last friends wit Ibe Interested to know Say it with Flower
day. P. Galney Vascoe Hazen and Futch'and sons, Merrill and Mack, Mr. and Mrs. Candler Daniel of Monday.Mrs. that Mr. and Mrs. Gill are movingto
t. J. M. Mott of Brooker were attendIng spent the week-end at their cottage Lithonia, Ga. Raleigh, where Mr., Gill has "'-
of Brook G. P. and Miss been transferred to the
P. A. and H. B. Crosby to business here Tuesday. Kingsley. Lake. Raymond Seaboard
er were business visitors here Mon Beatrice Bullen will leave from division engineer's office In that Flowers For All
Dr and Mrs. .Clifford Blitch of.
r { day. Dr: and Mrs. H. B. McLendonand Mrs. D. E. Knight has been en- Atlanta, Ga., are, announcing the Jacksonville on the steamship Algonquin city., They will be Joined there In ...., .... ._ .. .. TI
A i; for New York City and September by Billy Graham who
Mrs. E. S. Matthews spent Fri Joying a several days visit in Lake- arrival of a daughter. Usbeth Ann, I
' t Mrs. Sam Anderson and childrenare day afternoon In Jacksonville.Mrs. land where she Wall the. guest of on Tuesday, June 20, 1933. Dr. Poughkeepsle, N. Y., where ,they will enter the. North Carolina State GERTRUDE ,GODBEY
are In Rome, Ga., visiting rela- will visit Mrs. Raymond's sister, College.
her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Blitch,,\son of the late Supt. J. S. ANDERSON
tlv... Mrs. Robert Long Jamieson. Later
Vtvlrette Klckllter of Jack- and Mrs. Charles Larsen. Blitch of the State Farm, la a '
they will to Canada where they M& and Mrs. L. and Phone
go Wyman Fla
sonville was In Starke Monday vis nephew of Mrs. H, L. Brownlee of 39 Waldo
Miss Debbie Phillips of Lawtey sting Dr. and Mrs. E.'L. Biggs., Mr. and Mrs. L., S. Hutto and I Starke. will visit other relatives before returning daughter, Ruth,J of Lake City are
..1 1 was'a.visitor, here. Monday afternoon. family will leave Saturday for a i home.,' spending several days at their cottage Occasions
I '
s a Mrs. A. V. Long and daughter, two weeks visit In Columbia, S. C, Mr.i. and Mrs. Harry H. Young I at Kingsley Lake.
d Miss Anne, of Gainesville were and other points, where they will I ;:Mrs. Vonda E. Inman will attenda
have returned home from a twoweeks'
G. Kirk Lewis of Apopka spent visitors here Sunday afternoon.Mrs. be the guests of relatives. meeting of the Sparr Grove
I I visit In Peru, Ind.; Chicago, .
I ) the (-week-end in Starke .with Woodmen Circle Friday afternoon,
,
ti' 111., and Three Rivers, Mich.' They
# friends. H. E. Mock, of Savannah, Mrs. C. W. Chalker and two sons I at which time she will give an of-
were accompanied home by their
Ga., Is spending a month at the of New Orleans, La., are enjoyinga ficial report of her recent visit to
r ,+, R. L,, Geiger of Green Cove home of her father,.C. H. Clark. several ,weeks visit with Mrs. son, Theodore, who has been spending the national Circle headquarters at
.' Springs was a business visitor here ,Cbalker's parents, Mr.. and Mrs- A. relatives some time in Peru, Ind., with Omaha, Neb, Jones Store

7 :Monday. Mrs. P. J. Pearce will leave Sat M. Darby, at Kingsley Lake.
1' urday for a week' vlsltln :Miami, Friends of Mrs. J. D. Doyle, ste-
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. ,Baxter 'of with her sister Mrs. Emily Faver Mrs. E. L. Biggs and little :Miss Dorothy Turner who has nographer In the insurance office

s: J Brooker were visitors to Starke daughter Dotty Sue, were removed spent the past three months visitIng of Harold C. Wall, will regret to LAWTEY ;'-, FLORIDAFRI.
5 Saturday. 3vf. P. Matheny, John ,W. Plnhol- from St. Vlncent'a Hosplal,, Jack relatives In Macon. Ga., returned learn of her Illness at the Gill Hos ,
ster and Ressle Colson of :Brooker ,sonville, to their home on, North home Sunday. She was ac pital.: '
t; Clayton Strickland was a business were business visitors here Tues Walnut Street last Thursday companied home by her cousin, [ and SAT. JUNE 30 and JULY 1
dF visitor.to Lake Butler Monday day. Charles L. Wiggins, of Macon who Miss Miriam Guy of Crescent ,
4 ,4 afternoon. Powell Lykes 'of New York ADd spent the first ,of the week here City spent Saturday and Sunday

sH I Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Burnett of Mrs. Edythe Montgomery spent visiting at the Turner home. with Miss Dorothy White.
H Mrs. Hamp Andrews of Hampton Gainesville have been enjoying a last Friday in Gainesville calling iLaTouraine COFFEE 25c

t? } was visiting friends here Monday visit at their. cottage .at Kingsley on friends at the University of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Strother T. N. LImbaugh of Lakeland wall .
ti afternoon._ Lake. Florida and attending the show. and daughters, Anne and Lillian a visitor here Wednesday.
Irma of Tampa, spent the week [Tall MILK, Libby's, 3 for___-,?_---.- 17c
i Representative C. C. Butler, of Miss Fenella Snyder spent several Mrs. Sins Kite Blitch, who has end In Starke with Mrs. Strothera Arthur,Swanborn Is spending a
New River was a business visitor days last week the guest of been enjoying a visit with. friendsIn brother-in-law and sister, Mr.. and few weeks at Ft. Myers with his [SUGAR Sibs. 23c
y here Monday Miss Myrtle Strickland at Klngsley Jacksonville has returned to Mrs. J. B. Carlisle; Jr. Mr. Strother father, W. R. Swanborn. e e e
.$ f Lake. Starke and Is located at the homeof left Monday for New York City ,Venezuela: is the second largest
_ _________ 4 Mr. Pearla Whitten Yervtngton Mr,and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee.. and will be ,joined there later by oil producing country In the world. OK SOAP or POWDER, 4 for______ .9c
of RaIford was a visitor here Tuesday Little Miss Frey Wimberly has Mrs.,Strother and daughters, who 11 .9c
PORK &'BEANS 2 for... .... ....______
morning.Mrs. been enjoying'a visit at Kingsley Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Ward remained for a longer visit .with The cult of phrenology flourished j :;

r C. A. Drlggera of Lake Lake with Mr. and Mrs. Edward who have 'spent the past several Mr.,and Mrs. Carlisle. from 1830 to 18 0. GRITS or MEAL, '10 Ibs___-_____ 18c
Burns. months at Plant City, are now vls-
Butler' was visiting ,friends In sting at the home of Mrs. Wards 'Macaroni Spaghetti, '' for_______.. 10

Starke" .Monday. Miss Evelyn'Stump Is attendingthe parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow. SALAD 13c
summer term of the Florida CELEBRATIONFOURTH DRESSING, Pint__________
ti :Mr and Mrs. B. y Saxon of State College for Women In Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Priest and I Confectionary" Brown SUGAR 2 for 15c
Hampton were visitors here Friday daughters, Misses Pauline and .I. ,
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; 4+ morningMrs. -. Thelma, and son, H.E. Priest have OF JULYAT )24 oz. PICKLES .,.__?_______q_-___15c
Mrs. J. B. Gebble and Mrs. L. A. been spending a few days at the:
j G .,Bynum Perkins spent Sun- Lewis of Tampa were guests of Klcktiter cottage at Kingsley Lake. THE -*> |25c BLACK DRAUGHTrf__,...---,. 19'
In St. and Green
day Augustine

7 Cove Springs Thursday.Mrs. Edythe Montgomery last Mr. and Mrs. C, Addison Pound I I'. SPOTLIGHT ,lOc ASPIRIN ______ __i_!________ 5c

of Gainesville spent last week at '' I5c
Mrs. H. C. BAKING POWDER for_____
e Prof and W. L. Beacon'of | ,
B. J. Alderman of Melrose was a their ,summer cottage at Kingsley
; i, Lawtey were visitors here Saturday business visitor here' Saturday and I Lake. They had as their guest for '' DANCE Puritan MARSHMALLOWS, pkg_--, 5c
afternoon.Mhos
t ; while here was a caller at the Telegraph the week Mrs Lee Graham, also of 7:00: o'clock !-T Orchestra From'Jacksonville
office. Gainesville.Mrs. !
Miriam Guy and brother. SANDWICHESBEER All CIGARETTES, lOc
s
Henry Guy of Crescent e e
City were
Mr. and Mrs Ancll Wainwright A. E. Wall and son William

k 1 Guy here was Saturday the guest and of Sunday.Miss Miss of Jacksonville spent:Sunday aft- Duncan. left Sunday evening for a ." MALT, Pilot Brands, __. __-______ 43c
p Dorothy ernoon In Starke with Mt. and Mrs trip to Springfield, Mo., where they ,' ,.
Xr e White and Mr. Guy was the guest O. A. Audreu. will visit relatives and later Mr. (CORNED BEEF, 2 for____________..25c
of.Glenn Wood.GENT .

y y 71 y 11 I I Miss Edith McCoy of Alachua Duncan regress will Exposition go to the in Chicago.Century of 5c |JELLO, All Flavors, 2 for_____.._____15c

Is spending several) day. In Starke, WILL BE
A WORD the: guest of Mr. and Mrs.. J. HamIlton Mrs. Vonda Inman of Starke was
Stitch, Jr. a visitor In the city Thursday, havIng ON ,, ANDDRAUGHT Buy'Now Prices Advancing Every Day
come to attend the Eastern
N' COLUMN Mr. and Mrs. Jack Talt and Star activities Incident to entertaining lOc PETE JONES

; FOR RENT-Matthews Cottage daughters. Misses Yvonne, Dorothyand the grand worthy matron,
,g on Kingsley Lake. By week or Loralee; Miss Jewel Sumner frs. Leona Faircloh of Quincy. *
snonthr and Miss Irma Ruff of Jacksonville Mrs Inman arrived Wednesday\, |We Reserve the Right to Limit or' Change ,the Above Prte* ]

+ r FOR SALE-Sugar mill and kettle, spent Sunday afternoon here visitIng time to be present at the meetingof Without NottoePAGE
try I also mowing machine. Will sell :Mr. and Mrs.< O. W, Alderman the Polnsettia Sewing circle. COME' HAVE A GOOD TIME 'WITH US I I'if.
lq f heap. Mr. Lester Kite. It and Miss Mona ,Alderman. Ocala Banner. I
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j Bj ANN PAGE) RECIPES 4'rBRADFORD

,. \TO.. matter what the weather. or
I the thermometer says, July and
I Vuiruat and. specifically>> the week
Woodmen Circle Celebrates Birthday; 1 -nd of the Fourth through Labor Pay OP

I II are summer. And summer la vacation
time, out-of-door time, picnic time for
State President Davis Honored GuestTaesday II the whole family. COUNTY ''

I Though only a few of us will get to
-- II the World'. Fair to the\ seashore, the
HOUSEWIVES
evening the Starke tional Circle headquarters In Omaha mountains or the lake, there are many ,. .
and the World's Fair I favorite ipotsj where' we can spend
No. 287, of the Woodmen I Hummer evening., Sunday or weekends .
Grove celebrated its fifth annl- The star!) president was present. and gain needed rest and .... Favorite Jam f
Circle, ed a huge bouquet of orchid dahlias froubment. Recipcs'j''
ersary at the Circle room, which and a set of candle holders by I The presence of :cy cold watermelonon v
with our table oleo shows us that summer
WM elaborately decorated little Betty Hayes, and to Mrs. In I .' ',:: Is here. Sine watermelon la aa PreparationSelect Peach Jam y'r'

b&skets of summer flowers, the man was presented a bouquet of .e' t't outstanding value In the stores this medium ripe, but firm, After washing the fruit thoroughly
of lavender and greenbeing flowers and candle holders by little i ,. to weekend. there la no reason why all fruit so as to give a good clear t
scheme blanch H
color carried out In every detail. Miss Marie Dyal of Waldo. Mrs. 4 of us should not enjoy this refreshing color after cooking. Remove peaches In boiling
fruit.I
water UOld-< and / skin
Ida Harrison of tlp remove
Hampton who Is
bestowedupon stems ends etc. and wash thor-
Another Following are three Sunday Dinner ,
atbthat and seedti. Mash and each
to Miami pulp, to)
the lodge time was moving was also pre .,seer Menus at different cat levels pranared oughly.
official visit of the state president sented a lovely farewell glfe by lit. by the Quaker Maid' Kitchen pound of pulp add one-half to two- '
the tie Elsie Green, these presents be- thirds pound of sugar and one- ?
Davis, of Jack
Leslie Low Cost Dinner
)Irs Tent :
honor guest at ing gifts from the Starke Circle. b fourth cup of peach juice or water. t I
(onv'llle who was Boiled Picnic Ham Creamed Potatoes Should be cooked rapidly to n Add the following spices, tied in N + '.
Short talks
were given by Mrs.
this celebration. New Cabbage thick mass and stirred constantly a bag: one-half Inch ginger root. ,w
Antonia Sleler
and Mrs. Edith Tip- Bread and Butter
Centering the Circle room placed to prevent burning. When thick 1 poach pit one-fourth teaspoon c
Tunlooa Cream l
pings of Jacksonville and Mrs.
?? a table was the large birthdaycake Marvette Thomas of Ocala. Coffee!! or Tea Milk enough remove Immediately from of allspice 1 teaspoon of cinnamon '
iced In lavender on which fire and let cool. For beat results bark and one-half teaspoon of

stood five green candles. Miss Bunnie Canova gave two Medium Cost Dinner do nut cook over 2 cups of any cloves 1, ', ,

Mrs. Beulah Hunt, guardian of Interesting readings,,. and little tyl" h; rir a: R, &. Broiled Beefsteak Baked Potatoes fruit In a vessel. Cook rapidly until the mixture 1 Is ,

the lodge, called the meeting to or- Blanche Faver of Miami-gave two ,1 4a aeMa' Glued Tomato Carrot Salad thick and clear. Remove spice! bag y ,Nand

der and after the regular routine tap dances and a solo, "FortySecond Bread and Butter Strawberry. Jam remove vessel from fire and L a i

of business the Starke drill team Street," accompanied at the Iced Watermelon' After preparing the fruit place let stand until cold. Then pour In

put on the Inlatory work at which piano by Miss Marjorie Stump. Coffee/ Hot or Iced) Milk on cloth to dry. jars and cover with paraffin. f'

time one new member was addedto The meeting was closed Infor- Very Special Dinner Place in cooking vessel and ad ito I Mrs A. F. Sauls, t I

the lodge. .A beautiful bridge mally with a social hour at which tI'h""r' Crabmeat Cocktail each cup of berries one cup Starke, Florida. :'
composed of flags and flowers was time refreshments of and of but do
punch sat Veal with Gravy Bloc sugar not cook over r ;
formed by the team under whichthe cake being served by the'commlt. C..oooIl.. Kale**! 11.11.,( .rTHAT Glazed Onion two cups of fruit In each vessel. Next week the Telegraph will "
officers, past state officers tee. To -M or Avocado Alligator ,
state at Barrington, Nova 5 cof'nthere still 1 stand the old church Pear Salad Cook rapidly for 13 minutes and print Favorite Preserve Recipes. >,<

and national delegates passedto About one hundred and fifty above? It was known as The Meeting House and It was Roll. Butter I pour In granite pan and let stnn l If you have a favorite one send It '

be presented to the guardian. were present for this delightful occasion built In 1785 by the first English settlers who came tl) Barrington from Sliced Freoh Poaches Silver Cake until cold. Then pour In jars. and, In to the Telegraph by Tuesday.NOTICH f

Mrs. Ella Rimes Strickland, Lake Cape Cod and Nantucket In 1760. Many of them were descendant.-of, Coffee (Hot or Iced) MittSCHEDULE seal, covering top with paraffin.

Butler, who Is Grove mother for .._- the Mayflower company. In the construction of the church ship's ._- Mrs. II. A NewBom Til IIKlrrotlt: A.rue'Ilpllll'1'lllle : i '

this lodge organized the Starke Intermediate D Knee were used. The white tone to the right of the church mark, Starke Florida.Ncndlee Notice la hereby given all '
la June 1028 when she was Y. P. U. the tomb of Mr., Edmund Doane, maternal grandmother of John How., CHANGEDNo. cr ... l Iegaleeo, ... utt.h..t and t ,
i Circle
with fifteen members :Met Friday EveningThe ard Payne, author of "Home Sweet Home". The rock clot to the 1, southbound limited due nil persons. having. aluhna. aaralnal. # ; / h
date president lllnrkbrrry JUKI the stale of Alice Humphrey, decoitiKil J' ,
Ida of the church bears tablet thl
I and Mrs. Strickland and eleven -' monthly business meeting of a r..q Is fact. Starke 10:58: p. m. ,I Boll berries with little water until I Bro hereby: requested' to pra- "'' d '
sent their claims to the Honorable JI
| of these members with Mrs.Dama the Intermediate B. Y. P. U. was PittaIIaymansMrs. Circle Meetings No. 11, southbound local, due soft (only a few minutes). Put N. K. t'orryman. County Judge of jl 9N'
Sllcox first guardian held last Friday at the Starke, 0:17 a. m. Dally except through sifter. Measure one Urniiruul. Count y, Florida fur hi'* f
evening cup
Next MondayThe Hpttruvnl' within' one (I) ., r 'I ,
formed a beautiful picture in the Baptist Church. John Joseph Haymans of Sundays.No. of berries to one cup of sugar ilttte hereof, or this Il.tftob". : 1 ri t ;
; candlelight they having the honor The Gainesville is announcing the mar circles of the Woman's Missionary 107 southbound limited due Cook for a few minutes Seal in hold In bur lh rtu. and all persona .) c 19i; t.
following officers elect-
were Starke 10:07 liMlcbtfiil to said exlato are renueet* w. V ,
lighting the five small green ed for the next six months: riage of her daughter, Gladys Dor- ,.Society 'of the Methodist : a. m. jars, covering with paraffin. nl to pay their KHliI debts forthwith @ tt'7
candles.A. No.2, northbound limited, due Mrs.. K. S. Mat.tht'wR.Starke Thin 6th day of May. A. D 19 IS. I t };
Leader Mrs. R. A. Thomas; othy, to Preston Lewis Pitts, Sun- Church will meet Monday after Starke 6:08 ai m. 5-B- t-0-30. A. H. CHKWtf. ,

very Impressive service was deacon, J. F. Klckllter, Sr.; presi- day, May 14. Mrs. Pitts is a popu- noon at 4 o'clock.. Circle No. 1 will No. 12, northbound local, due Florida. '

held In draping the charter, In dent, Hugh Walters; vice president, lar member of the Gainesville meet at the home of Mrs. J. F. Col- Starke, 3:17: p. m. Dally except AVER' WORI4'I-
Annie E. Watts
of Mrs. I'liini Jam
memory Paul Raymond; secretary. Hazel ley and Mrs. A.V.. Anderson as Sundays. ,
who died In younger set and attended Martha Wash and seeds If NERVESUP '
national treasurer plums remove
I Lennon; assistant secretary, Marie joint hostes s. Circle No.. 2 will No. 108, northbound limited due t .
Neb. June 7. During this desired The flavor of the seed
Omaha, Tison Washington Seminary In Washington (
Starke
; corresponding secretary, be entertained by Mrs. H. V. 6:11: p. m.
service Mrs. Ella Rimes Strickland, Dorothy Sapp; treasurer Joe Ed- D. C. Mr. Pitts Is the eldest Knight and Mrs. '.V. A. Beawant, at Starke and \Vunnro Branch' ore sometimes preferred.)
Mrs.Edith Place In and add
Tip- vessel!
accompanied by wards; chorister, Frances Heming son of Mr and Mrs. J. H. Pittsof the home of the former. No. 101, leaves Starke 7:00: a. m., cooking
ping, state musician of Jackson- way; quiz leader Marie Stafford; Starke and for the past two __ ._. No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. to each pound of plums., one-half

yule sang "One "By One We Are news reporter AlKay Carlisle; years has been a resident of II. I). TYI.KIt T, J. Griffin Agent to two-thirds pound of sugar Cook Il' '
Home. until mixture Is thick and clear,
Gathering edP'r
group captains, Eunice Williams, Gainesville where he is an employeeof The community of Saxon was f" ",
Mrs. Davis, state president, ad- Martlle Hemingway, Charles Fender the DeWitt C. Junes Co. They saddened by the death of H. D. Tyler CLOSING OK MAILS Pack. in jars and cover with paraffin. + $ I

dressed the grove and visitors-- using ; pianist Mrs. A. M. Darby; as- will reside In Gainesville. Monday afternoon. Survivors :Mall

as her subject"Loyalty and sistant pianist, Miss Mona Alder- are his widow, Mrs. Lizzie Tyler; Train South Closes Mrs. N. T. Green,

Love,"' which was very interesting. man. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Peters, flvo daughters, two sons, father No. 11-Parcel Post____ 0:00: a.m. Starke, Florida.

tin Vonda E. Inman, member of Miss Martha Reddick, William Sha- ono sister, Mrs. :M. Norman, and No. 107-Letters. Special -

!the Starke Circle, who is state au- BIRTHS piro and Hugh Alderman of Jack- one brother, Alvin Tyler. He was Delivery &: Speclalltandllng rinmpplo juni

ditor, also gave a very Interesting Mr. and Mrs. Reddish Andrews, i sonville were guests of Miss Mona buried Tuesday morning at Lake .. 9:80: a.m. After preparing for canning,

I report of her recent visit to na New River, boy, June 27. Alderman Tuesday evening. Butler. .> North grind the fresh pineapple (lute all

No. 12-Parcel Post and Juice), and measure Add. one cup

Letters _______ 3:00: p.m. of sugar to each cup of juice ana
No. 108-Letters.! Special place on stove and boll rapidly until .

Delivery &: Special thick as desired.I Stir frequent.

Handling.. 5:50: p.m. Iy to prevent scorching. After TO your ears In wexk.
Starke and Bill Branch cooling place In jars and cover every nerve) ax high tension. I r '

Mall closes ___________ 7:00sm.: with paraffin. A few spoonfuls of Ne wonder yon snap at the) wife J
and bark at the children.
Mall arrives___..____ 2:40: p.m. this jam gives a delightful flavorto wateh eutl Overwork

Ice cream or a cream pie. nerves may lead to BIN plees. taw t

An electric toaster placed In a Mrs. Lloyd Green, Nervous Ueadaeh. Nan ,

refrigerator,will quickly defrost it. Starke, Florida. ooa Indigestion and a boat af '" i
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other unpleasant disturbance*. j
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Why don to you try Dr. Mile. l i i '
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Effervescent Nervine Tablets t II

"I'm Putting Up Jams and Jellies, ." Just one in a half glaas sit 1 i

Iw water makes a pleasant, park> ,
line drink delightfully ooihln.r '
l4i
Says President Roosevelt's Daughter to over-taxed nerve.
.ts '
Dr. Miler Nenin DOW I
made In two forms-Liquid and
It
Effervescent Tablet Dots bars
t6Illtfra"M'k' : :::::: '1 1H. UM umeotM,1' ffeec. t'

Y ..... Anna Reoaevelt Dall engaged In '1.00 at your drag stor t1
.t ono of the oldest of."ou."oldJ.lly
-., < m.klnll. Nodes that she has a cloak 6 Mil 1:8':
handy te time the boiling of Her Jelly
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L batch. once the liquid fruit pectin hasyf'
been added. Notice toe, her neat way
"' You can get a gasoline containing actual,. added .' ,. ( n Of pasting label' 0fn R jN

) ., t t 1 t """"" w : r"1fI
at additional cost by ;? : TABLETS!
.4' anti-knock properties no -f>! j
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GASOLINE 7 ) fill_- ( w, i
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1e tobacco .... a f ( I Ita.teandaromaoud
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1 .._.... > only In higher priced t i 1 r

brand of motor-fuel that will give you" yMrs.f < d clear*.".ihat'i JOHN T
a new type .
., ,..... RUSKINataodorJiif iSlue.
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& "", '--'J__" :iIi aoa1IBy I j Sw
more and smoother performance. A tankful : '. Ar + i

.f: I :power r' Anna Roosevelt Dall ;and Jam making are no trouble.I eo' Don't fc. snUtcJ fcy y 1
,
i ""/ will convince :you of its 'superior quality.I f .: .wouldn't they were..have Thanks time to to'make the short themIf C old time brands +
ItJ f: M often asked questionsabout
-'(. so boll method and bottled fruit pectin "marked down to ki f
: : politics and like subject, which Insure jellying this ancientart sr 3e."JOHM RUSKIN

,: k"A Fill up with it today at any Standard OH i" '" but away, at from present these my Important mind 'Is world inllea has become one of the .a.b.c.'s '' i*tha*a/jr cigar giving 33 ,
of kitchen accomplishments.Here
nterent, Right now,, a great poi follow 4i:,, you full 191J| value
to I
some recipes
are
.. J H dealer's or at our service stations. !j :(j Ion 'of my Interests) I*. directed ;, for your 5 cent*.
kltchen-ward. 'There's a .reason otcour. Huckleberry Jam

,. ) : i. 1 :::.: .*. I'm putting up some Jams 4'i cup nvt lb.> .' prepared fruit Try a few today iti4.
.
: f Then yon be the judge. P ..;""jj!;. and Jellies for winter, and baring ,' 1 1 cups bottle' ((1 fruit......)aoaun auger You will enjoy every I':

t : '"; a grand time. doing 'It. I'm ..urprt..d. To prepare fruit ....... about auart puff.
to discover that It Isn't a fully ripe karri..*. Add Juice of a lemoaanil oc
j Ask Standard Oil dealer or service station t i r colossal task at' all, at least not grated rind otb' lamoa.Maaattr .
any and prepared frail Into '
with all the modern sclenting aids Rugs 3Sa..had.TM rdtlura
large ml* tell and. brtn. +
cattle to S
... .- about this NEW ,f' to duty. Tb. food markets are full rollln' bolt e,. boiMal at*., mtirwnatanuy
:; attendant to tell you more .. .. filled to the brim with \ ripe fruit of every description.Yet bard S ailnuM Remove from Ore and % Aeo.anbML1iwYC
few Mir In fruit _Ifllo Skim pen .aulaklr.rarann .
) Th. I can't ne more) than a
? MOTOR-FUEL.; hat tan at ._. Malta about,U
boxes when they're ripest and beat. .
-: ...... J:0'' ; So rm capturing< these beautiful
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Loganberry Jelly-Blackberry Jelly
colors and delicious( tastes In jailed
and Jam*. I e ends) II that luloe7V ,
'* eupe (IS. Ibe.. sugar'
Quite as appealing as the marvelous -
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I bottle trait pMtla -
ripe berries themselves are, the T. prepare Jwee, rah uwreu.hly .*
OIL COMPANY attractive:, ) price tags on them. The triad about S .euert fully rlpa ......es.
STANDARD
price of food Is a matter 'Of piece la Jolly elota at.bag and aqutaae out

concern to everyone the* la/s. ...Maaeore lea mar and file Into large

Daring my frequent visits to tie aaaeacan Lad .""'. Brla* to a boll. eve
\. White Hone I hear. much talk tot BenaH Ore aid at ever ad fraM ..e.la,
aUrrtoff _...CI Tban Mod la a. full
food and low-cost menu
INCORPORATED IN KENTUCKY Certainly economy one of the best savingso roUlag boa Croat and are boll akin bud*, 'tb peer-.._,aalakly.rartflla Bamm ... :...If&C.5I: ..........N.J.OAINESVILLIII p1; v y d }' ,.1" y

: .b* effected now' a la fresh fruits.If tot Jally at -. MoUe... CANDY co. j,

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at Last, Starts June 30 Lasts Through July 15 These Special Values in High Merchandise Are Offered to You Through Our Appeciation of Your Fine Patronage


Il D =- Fresh From the Mill,. BACON,Plates PI a t ,Ib. .' 7ILc% L41b.GET Upton's A TEA' GLASS Orangelea FREE 19c C. H. NASWOR_____wner_ and Operator I I KELLOGG'S' Old Dutch D t h Cleanser B"A Ajotwlth'--u all\ .Td'\24'\ Ibs. .95c .

the Largest Selling _____________________________________ OBELISK L I '12 Ibs. 50c
61b" 27c
FLOUR 0
Flour in the Country Breakfast BACON,Rineless,Ib.20c Good BROOMS .. 15c 1 Rice Krispies 2 Cans
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I...: \\M.. 24 Ibs. 79c .: :': ____.,. t'. 1 Whole Wheat Flakes '-.7 15c :'. Best FoodsMAYONNAISE

12 Ik '40c PEACHES, Tall, 3 cans 25c No.2 2l/i 2/ canDelMonteSpmachI5r D '\ ___ ,_.. __ 'JtI :
1 i5' @OD ______________.____________________ __________________________________ ___ Cf) '> ad"1'(?r, @ J ..... "' 1 lC Corn.FI Flakes a k I I Pints -- ,2Sc""
MODEL MILL CO. ':", I 'I\\D, a911) '//n\\ \ Karo Syrup. v':. Half-Pints "." 15c \
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15c l f __ .
Will Give You 2 lb. Bag FREE With Each PINEAPPLE, Crushed, can 5c RICE,'Whole\ Grain, 5 SIbs. c 1 f: ______ ______ All For : .,
24 Ibs. You Buy as Long as They Last. .' :' ,t. ";: ..@\ ..
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H.M. : ''' : H HalfPint..14cSUGAR a If c '1

I BEST WHITE PINEAPPLE,Sliced,2 cans. 15c No.2 Can LIMA BEANS 5c ,1 I ''II, L E ,:'." I ; 19c re5'.o; ... -. '8 Pints : : : : 23c

BACON B A .- 'w Ihl''lllijlllijill' !! / _

5 SIbs. 25c I Pound -- ___9 OVALTINE %-Ib. can ; 39c, C H HERS E R S HEY'S H E Y' S (JOCOA O C. 0 A !_liIllil':__I.-.:r d .:!!' !j j''"I_" NI I_[! 'Get the,Children' ''I '''i j..Jungle Book Kremel, 3 fo for r. . 15c I :" J.... --. :
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NAVY t NORTHERN _______________.f_jr._.d_.._V:__. _t(T "1&&. lY. 10''/ /1141b Red . 14c 'i ::-
BEANS I BEANS "? r'* //2 '" S S The! Largest Loaf You Iso Largest S Selection Fresh 1 P/21b.Can/ Blue : 13e. -I Pound ". 13c
COCOMALT, y2-lbcaii% JJ; 125c C. . .''... 17c Find for de Cakes in Our Store. FREE
5 Ibs. ___.__.____20c I 5 Sibs. ______=L_20c C LINIT for Bath ?. _________._u______.--__ _ioc
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WITH EACH 15 I _EAT___TOM'S___' __TOASTED______P _-_MAKES____HUNGER_______A_JOY__ WITH EACH CHEESE
SARDINES TOMATOES $$3.00 ORDER 5 5.5.Ib SUGAR $$3.00 1 BUTTER lSc V
WILL GIVE s. .- C BIG GRAB BAG OF C' __ ___ ___ __ __5c WILL GIVE i R. /J/2-lb.pkg.l7c
3 cans 1Oc4No.2cans 4 2 25c '
GENERAL FOODS PRODUCTS _______________________
__________ DelMonte Products '. Golden! Mustard, 8 oz.jar 5c .
)-"'::.':'\'. CUDAHY'S.SH <: 7,:'"'.":"::', 3 3lbCarton Ib C t -. ____(__' PEACHESpkg.Or P. & Go' P SALE S A, L E _____________________________________ -_- / MAXWELL 'GIBROOKFIELD BUTTER

: ,; ;<: 1 I'I''I Pound, _l_ ______________________________ VINEGAR,24 oz.bottle 5c HOUSE _L'i______Lb: ., . 30c -
23c C _________________
-.-.. ;!.ST.E.tt! !!!'.NO.!! ._ jeH) onte I5c 'o lf COFFEE .
.. BRANI) ReguIarlOcCAMAYBar________________,____._ mar5iP.&G.SOAP:P..&_G._______,4 4Brs______ISc.-__ .:I''o CCF:....' Lb. ... 26c DAISY ,\
CUALITY) 5 PICKLES' 24. 15c ::::-:.., J
2 25c .
_Curtis__Bros.__Blue_Label__Products__ ;, ,-1" SHIVERS'- GINGER(ALE Regular lOc Bar IVORY JRYSQAP CHIPS, pkg. . 9c \ Jar c _, .,_' _":-__.0Wi_-Wi ________;.;;_::::;, BUTTER,lb. .. .. . 27c '


'. _Blue Label_CHILI SAUCE_,large_bot.20c<<>!: __DelMonte______SUGAR_____PEAS____!No.'__'2 2cSti15c_____::__ 3 Bottles :.. .>-2c 2$c _0._K. SOAP_, 10 Bars_. ._,___[_._SOAP POWDER,1_, 10Boxes20c_0 ____ _TUNA______FISH____,_i/2-lb./______can____.__J5cSunbright ___ I ,: !I'j PURE VANILLA .

, Blue Label CATSUP,large bot.l: .__15c DelMonte TINY PEAS,No.2 2anL15e! ':' CHIPSO GRANULES large p OX,, pkg. . Sc Cleanser 6J. .,z J EXTRACT_2 oz. bottle._. 20c_ .

.Blue Label Saurkraut, No. 2 2l/z'/ can___..::9c _DelMonte____________TOMATO______________SAUCE_________,__can___________5c_.c_ GRAPE .JUICE t .'::, 23c ,3for 3 14cLaTouraine 3 for 20c pkg.,, 13c pkg.; 17c' :
.. DelMonte Bartlett Pears,No.1 1 Can,tall,2 for_____25c qt. : : C CHIPSO,25c pkg.., ._ PSOlOc, pkg.,2 for 13c MATCHES, 2 boxes . .. 7c
_Blue___Label____TOMATO_______JUICE____,_tall__canineMonroe ____ _____ No..J 1 I ; :' -. __________ ... COFFEE,Ib. 25c '; t "_____________ I ______________________________________-__..i
LAVA SOAP. lOcBar for k k's;'s Cocohard Water Castile
I Pears Soap
PETI POIS PEAS,No.2 can,19c ( J TallOSn Argo GRAPE JUICE, PL. : 14c YOU MIGHT AS WELL HAVE THE BEST I;:!f. I' MATCHES, 2 packages :. 15c
V Bar It I -LI _____________________________________
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Blue Label Apple Sauce No.2 can___lOc U '' ''No, 2 can 15c Guest IVORY SOAP, 6 Bars, _______________________________________ I II I -
: _15'J; Florida FI d M Made d C. 4 f for S 5c
Blue Label Pitted Cherries,No.2 can.IScUl "_ Stuffed OLIVES,4 ozs.: :; lOc Pounds GRITS ". 19c _______a____a__e__Cigars_______,________c_ _3 3P pkg.25c___2-oz._"pkgr._5e ,__ 4-oz.c___CHARMER COFFEE,can. 1 15c
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,;: 24 Ibs. . 95c _DelMonte_Bartlett_Pears_,No.__':2'/2._._'/___f an20c_ POHED MEAT, 3 cans"\. lOc COMBINATION C 0 M N A 0 N SA Pounds_, MEAL__. .._.. _. 19c_ We; Have Hollingsworth's' ii-j JELL-0! :_ 1 -O. I .:. CALO''
DelMonte Spinach No.1 1 Tall Can,3 for.DelMonte _. .
It 12 Ibs. . SOC __\___Pineapple_____,_Crushed____,No.__2V4_,_can____*__-___-_-_-20c_ 1 1 BarP.Bar CAMAY&G.SOAP SOAP er's'r'_V S_PORK______&_BEANS______2__cans____9c 9_c RICH, WHOLESOME MILK2r..tz___:;!__:_: ___::;! I S,_ a:... CAT FOOD .
_____________ CORNED BEEF ,. 15c 1 O.K.SOAP .
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George FLOUR Washington Argo DelMonte. Salmon.t CORN Red,No.Alaska 2 can.tall 2 for can______________25c 18c ____________________._____ 11 11BBar 1 1 Box IVORY CHIPSO SOAP [HOMINY! ,,can . 5c Try. It Ice Cold 3 3pkgs23c Pint Can 25c ."7. 3- (for ..-.----,-,-----25c

.. pmvrT.a_I,,,!_'",, I 24 lbs. . 7Sc'D'iF Tall.'I. DelMonteEarly. MORTON'S'S SALT\ J'' .' 1 1 Box Box SELOX O.K. POWDER J [C CHAMS.lb.______.___.__. _._.__. __. __lOc__ YellowJmcyLemonsdoz.19c, C FREE--10cSlze' ( .

[12 Ibs. . 39c c--'D\? 4''' No. 1 I Garden Asparagus < : 5 Lbs. HONDURAS RICE TOILET 'PAPER _____________________________ BAKER'Su..s..d* CALUMEI J Jersey Cream .
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: JI'AGE SIX J1.'Nf; 30
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Summer Shelter For MRS. NANCY STIt1CRLL\1)


: BOB JONES Growing Pullets Is Funeral services-for J

Inexpensive, Handy Strickland who was Jf uno Nan

ARMERSSECTION Sunday morning In bea ilea
at the was bel
OAINESVILLH,-Shelter shouldbe family residence
: Thy ward U a lamp Into py feet, and i light onto mj yila.-Pulm 119:105.IlTfi : provided for the growing pullets morning at 9 o'clock. With Mopes
ON Conducted Demonstration Agents J. Johnson tier! J
Ye. '1 l' by during the summer, says N. R. of the Baptist
lirTnt iSitirF3l All religious teaching doctrine or HERE Chum::
UafPlUUriJIllU rtt : creed, if they are to have any claim Mehrhof, poultryman for the Agricultural In officiating. Interment took pier

upon the lave, loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with Extension Service. It is Dyal Cemetery with the Os Wit

the teachings of tarns the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevice --- essential that the pullets receive' C. Jones Co.. morticians in cha ,

of the human heart and of whom It was said in John 7:46,NEVER MAN proper care, and shelter Is needed ; Surviving the ?

SPAKE LIKE TINS MAN." A little suggestion for a Are Destructive Termites during the hot days of summer. husband Charlie Stricken

Pastors of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to uae thti department drama: A home In Summer shelters ere cheaply constructed one daughter Miss jc- an
j for news of church activities, organizations and announce, Is evening: time. There Is a Life-Saver Killed By FumigatingWith and provide more roost- land of Starke. e Strick .,

manta Space freely given and no charge made-the only requirement a widow. There are' Needy People Calcium Cyanide Ing space for less money. .
being that such I torn* reach this office before Wednesday morning dren in the family circle. NEW BUS --
the advantages of summer SCIIEDLLVENorth
Among
p cannot be handled for current Imue. ::
otherwise) they vigorous youth about the
f Termites shelter, as listed by Mr. -
:-Roller gardens GAINESVILLE are
di fifteen. The mother Is Mehr.j Bonud
life-saver for best controlled by fumigating with hof, are that summer South Boun
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r- I his tribe was Ephraim; his father "John, ycu had better go < many 4.18: A. :M.______
cleaned and it 9:34&:
Watson
families during calcium cyanide, says J. R. more easily provides 1I
SUNDAY SrmOOL was Nun. temple and bring ;your 1:59: P. M._____.
I I A. P. Spencer, head of the Entomology De- for more ventilation than can .12:0': P. y.
I LESSON His birthplace was the land of brother Thomas home.. I 4:89: P. M__ ____
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of the Florida Agrl partment at the Florida Experiment be obtained in an ordinary brooder 6:19: P. ht
Goaben in northeastern Egypt. He plies, "Oh, mother, there Is 9:19: P. M.__ _
; I 1! Service, said in Station. house. It should be bull!; on skids, ? 2:0': A. M

i FOR JULY 2, 1033 was about forty years old at the ry about this. Ill "go In which he ex- The termites are easily recognized so it can be moved to clean range, CLEIUCSStarha
time of the exodus and about Mother speaks again, REPORT
thus giving an advantage In
Subject: Joshua. eighty years old when called uponto poor brother has, been at relief gardens had i as dirty-white insects about ,Fin

.. Golden Text: "Be strong and of succeed Moses. pie all day. He Is there by county and home one-quarter inch long. They resemble health to the pullets. Starke. rum Ma\\ !PI'(<

a good courage; be not afraid, The exploration of Canaan after It has been a long, hard agents and welfare I ants, and are often called Summer shelters may be made In Cult Report' Court of In the Clerk nf its 19" ,

{ neither bo thou dismayed; for the the crossing of the desert was entrusted at once and bring your I' white ants. Their chief food is 8, 10 or 12 foot lengths. A 10x10 ty Florida, on and account for llral\tord.,\r tat CoCu.

Lord thy God la with thee wither to twelve men, each representing brother home" John replies Is now the wood, thus they are quite destruc- A-ehapecl shelter will accommo- eased for the year, 1932, a

soever thou Roest. Joshua 1:9.: a tribe, and Joshua represented mother, you don't care The general tive to dwellings and other build date about 125 Leghorn pullets. It C. A. Knight Tax Collscto::

p p Lesson Text: Joshua 1:1-9: ; the tribe of Ephralm. On about anybody except movement which ings.In. should be made 5 feet high at the To balance CduetMayrlprr .,,f ,

q' 23:1: 2, 14.Practical. their return he alone, with Caleb, Know he Is crippled and ut helped unemploy using the cyanide, Mr. Watson ridge and 3 feet at the sides. The To By amount balance collected. 1'.I )

: Truth of Lesson: When made a courageous and hopeful re- all his life, but he Is not city some but It has suggests that one pound of perches should be 2 feet from the I Pine due and May Korflnr 31 '."'

that would child have. I am tired the situation In'rural cyanide be allowed for every 100 flo r. To, balance due May,J. ,,-?
do
God commands us to anything, port, declaring they you Hy amount collected
ill He wiU: assist us in Its accomplishment. conquer the land. Only Joshua and been a busy day for me.." / of this badly need- cubic feet of space beneath the A small door In the corner To balance due May al .218 t.; ,

Caleb of that generation entered been furnished by building. He further suggests the should be provided for the pullets, I County Road. and Ilrlilii'. ,

Joshua was selected when the Into the promised land. Even Mos The drama continues. i stretching of paper from the sills the front door being used only by To balance due Male May trnsnre 1. ,,(O.4
at the of of relief gr.rdens to the ground, leaving an opening the attendant. When the pulletsare By amount collected i..,
east of the es, still vigorous age one reluctantly getting up to h
', Israelites were camped The first and I To balance due May 81 i-i
hundred and forbidden on each side through which to, to be handled, a small catching
; Jordan, near Jericho. twenty, was the temple. Somebody Is County Kphool Punil
It seems impossible to know the to enter Canaan because he had I whistling on the street. I! was the encourage throw the cyanide. Wet the groundand crate can be placed in front of the To balance due May 1 4.:.
By
gardens to furnish amount collet-ted _,
date of the lesson. taken credit to himself for the there comes bounding then sprinkle the cyanide I small door. To balance due May 31 \,"
Ii miracle of bringing water out of I for the family. The evenly over It. Close the openings, County" Polln f,678
Introduction house a vigorous, healthy All four sides are covered with
To balance
I community garden, and the doors and windows the due May 1 j51
S The name Joshua means "Jeho- the rock. Before his death, by divine man about twenty-one on I wire, either 1 or 1 1-2 Inch mesh. By amount collected-__ ,
direction, he solemnly appointed "Oh was the plan of pay. first floor, and vacate the buildingfor The should be To balance due May 81._ 851?
covered
Y vah Saves"-a name most appropriate age. my boy, my son floor with Total t
for distribution anb-Nehool
'
I .
at least 24 hours. Before Itriculnr
to the part the great leader Joshua as his successor; cries the mother. They are try- 1 Inch wire. If a woodeh floor is To balance due May 1. 7,iis
In all of these
was to play in his nation's history. and no one could have been found other's arms. Tears of plans, ing to reoccupy the building open used, wire should be placed underneath By amount collected ._ v.. r
and | To balance dun May 31..
supervi- and allow it to air' well. Remember
t "Joshua" is the same as "Jesus"; who was better fitted for the post down their cheeks. All to the and up the perches to prevent the Totnl ..nb-N..h..1 llui.Unl. 7m w
excitement. county I that cyanide, as well as To balance clue May 1 tiw,
dren leap with from in contact
pullets coming
.,s tlon.The agents. The the gas It gives off, Is extremely Bv amount collected._ x",
t STARKB CHURCH DIRECTORY lesson begins: not crippled any more, have worked out the !, with the droppings. To balance due May 31_ 4,)(j
"Now after the death of Moses says Thomas. "I can run ] poisonous. AKrlfiilturul. i

First ChurchJ. the servant of the Lord, It came to !! and jump. I am well and best vegetables methods to of When only a few tunnels that' Carlsbad cavern, New Mexico, is Tly To amount balance collected due May _1._ 3d 15

Baptist pass that the Lord spake unto How did It happen T" termites have made are found in the most spectacular underground To balance due May 31 274;
Judson Johnson ,while the home dem- .
Services: pastor 1 Joshua the son of Nun, Moses' mother. "Two men named have directed the floor, It Is not advisable to fumIgate wonder in America. To balance Widow-due May Fvn.lon 1. JSJ
Sunday
minister, saying Moses my servantIs and John went to the temple simply pour carbon/ bisul By amount collected__ 16 i
Sunday School at 10 a.m. of the S To balance __
surplus due May 81
874
dead therefore arise, In the tunnels.
now go hour of prayer. Because they phide Huad ,
and
1 ;i Preaching at 11 a.m. The subjectof over this Jordan, thou, and all Is to the place of prayer I use or distribution. Termites prefer cool damp, dark When everything is highly Hlnklnariind' Hrlda-e Inlrrrxt tat

the sermon will be, "What We rael. Every place that the sole of .. told of one garden places therefore such spiced after while To balance due May I. flU
to walk. : places nothing a has By amount collected__.. f
Believe. The right-hand of fellowohlp County which 6U
your feet shall tread upon, that con- should be avoided as much as much flavor.--Walter Lippman. j To balance due Mav 81_.._ 1169*
will be extended to all new how that it had
A. J. THOMAS, CI.rk
members. have I given unto you, as I said There are cripples In to sible around the building. All pos-I i
unto Moses. From the wildernessand employment ting wood should be cleaned I
B. Y. P. U., 7pm.We munity-moral cripples- since October
this Lebanon even unto the the vicinity of the building, and'
unite with the other churches women who have been fresh vegetables Wake Up Your Liver. Bill
river the river Euphrates, wooden
_ in a union service at the Presbyterian great from birth. :Men and supplied to 1,000 no structure, such as
all the land of the Hittites, and moral fences or trellises, should extend i
$ Church for preaching services have inherited He told of
unto the great sea toward the go- many from the ground to the wooden
cannot
Men and women who
in the
evening.
that had
gardens
Ing down of the sun, shall be your parts of the building. The building -Without'Calome
and have
tried
have
You are Invited to attend these They valuable to their
coast There shall not any man should be placed
preferably on
r services. be able to stand before thee all the These cripples can only be and said that they
stone
or concrete pillars, but wooden
I" days of thy life; as I was with by men of and women who go in every section of posts thoroughly soaked in coal- And You'll Jump Out of Bed II this bus b not owing fredy,your ft

i ]MathodlHt Church Masts, so I will bo with thee; I will place prayer. did he men- tar creosote are proof against termites 4_',dlass0.It Jut decay In th.bow
in
W. F. Jones, pastor. not fall thee, nor forsake thee. Be of the surplus the Morning Rarin to Go Ou bloat up :year tamaeh. You bin{ i

tom, l Sunday School, 10 a.m. strong and of a good courage; for There has never been a time thick,bad tait aid:TOOT: breath Ii tool,il
t, Morning Worship, 11 am. unto this shalt thou divide we had a better trained were planned for BOY SCOUT TELEPHONE If you feel sour and sunk and the often breaks out .la blunUho Your I

hr'.' ; { Young People's Meeting, 7pm. people whichI or better trained choirs, or : as white people, world looks punk,don't swallow a lot ache and)"oueeI, down and out.Your wb
for inheritance the land
an of salts mineral oil
water laxative
,
Evening Worship, 8 p.m. swaro unto their fathers to give< churches, or better furnished much re- George (from next door) : ."Mrs. candy or chewing and expect system la poboatd.IttaknthoMioad. tl
I y You are Invited to all these services. machinery than we have since a large Brown I gum old CARTE
and
them. Only be thou strong I may use your telephone? them to make you suddenly sweet
very courageous, that thou mayest something has gone wrong. I ,unemployed are ne Mrs. Brown: "Certainly, George.Is and buoyant and full of sunshine. LIVER: PILLS to get time two pounds oh
fallen down. flowing freely. and nuke fed ud
altars have you "up |
,
observe to do according to all the yours out of order 7"
_
Presbyterian Church I week prayer meeting Is For they can't do it. They only They eoatiln wonderful, birmlm, fer.j
law which Moses servant commanded George: "Well, not exactly, but
my
,
Rev. II. minister move the bowels and -
George Lowry, Men are too busy for a mere movement vegetable extract,amazing when It eoow thee'; turn not from It to Sis is using It to hold the win
; ; up doesn't get at the The
Services Sunday, July 2, as follows votion. No wonder the cause. the bile flow freely.
the right hand or to the left, that Housewives dow while Ma's cutting biscuits reason for your down-and-out feeling F
: not healed But dOD't..k for U..pw..Ask for C
i i. 10 A. M..-Sunday School, T. S. thou nmyeat. prosper withersoever ples are 'v'F 1 with the mouhpiece and Baby's I' is your liver. It should pour out two Little Llvar Pill. Look for w..name Cai e

u Williams, acting superintendent. thou goest' HENRY O.* RIVERS Home Demonstra teething on the cord."-The SunDiaL pounds of liquid bile into your bowels Little Liver. PHIi on the rod labak Ream| n

i 11 A. M.-Morning Worship. Sermon The boundary of the lands to be I daily. ubatltute. tea at all.to... 01931,C.II.t
by the pastor. Theme, "So conquered are thus shortly stated: Henry O. Rivers, 50 passed *, Tallahassee

Many Voices." The boundary on the south was to Wednesday night at his ,,.1 1n

t 7 P. M.-Christian Endeavor. be the desert; on the north, the Starke after a brief Illness. RECIPES .e "NO

8 P. M.-Evening Worship, UnIon Lebanon Mountains; on the north- The deceased was a life Butter ( 1

Service. Rev. J. J. Johnson, east, the river Euphrates, and on resident of this county ripe peaches, sugar,
the west, the Mediterranean Sea. was engaged In farming. lemon.
( the minister of the Baptist Church,
4 ,j '1 will give the sermon. The death of Moses Is describedIn Funeral services were first in boiling BLOWOUT I

iq A cordial invitation to all our the last chapter of Deuteromony day morning at Lake Butler cold water and slip w

services extended to all. verses 1 to 5 Inclusive. tery with Rev. I.. G. Cut in pieces and B

You can see that God commanded officiating. Boree and soft. Press through

',J LAWTEY CHURCH- DIRECTORY Joshua to "Arise and go over morticians of measure; to each '' n My 4th of July Trip] Co,
.
'r.-- this Jordan," though the river was charge of arrangements: 1 cupful sugar

First Baptist Church swollen by the spring floods and Surviving the deceased sugar and lemon

Hev. L. F. Chapln, pastor. there were no fords nor ferries. his widow, Mrs. Ella until of the consist ., r'. I'm Getting Newt

4 '\ Preaching services: first and From Its source at Mt. IJermon In five'daughters, Mrs. Lovie Pour Into 1 u,

\r third Sundays, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. the north to its mouth in the Dead Alachua; Mrs. Fronts seal at once. Or, F Goo "ggv.$ NOW9.!"

'Ii I. m. Sea, a distance of about 104 miles, Mrs. Onle Thornton, of nice, ripe peach

: Sunday school 10 a. m., H. B. Ar- it falls 2292 feet The crossing of ford; Mrs. Donle Pringle of ; pits If free-

wood, supt. the Jordan la described in Joshua tey, and Miss Mary ,In their own juices
:
if Prayer Service, 7:30: p. m..Wed. 3:14-17.: Starke, and four sons, to put through

,t, nesday. "This bok of the law shall not Jackson. William and W. S. skins and pits, if t;,

;: B. Y. P. U. 6:30: p. m. Sunday, depart out of thy mouth; but thou of Starke. ; pulp;, allow half k a,l t .

7 1; Grace At._E._Church shalt meditate therein day and as pulp. When pulp

Rev. W. B. night, that thou mayest observe to W. B. WIHTEHEAD and cook until
Christy
P Preaching 2nd and, 4th pastor. do according to all that Is written W. R. Whitehead passed desired consisten
Sundays
; therein; for then thou shalt make last Wednesday at his home sterile jars. Seal
at 11 J
r a. m. and 7:30: p. m.
the way prosperous, and then thou ford after a short Illness. JAI
Prayer service
7:30
Wednesday
r m. shalt have success." lIeve ty.flve years of age Ice Cream
p.
C CR school "This book of the law," mentioned been a resident of that milk, 2 cupfuls > 1'a'
Sunday 10 a. m., Mrs. 4 11
in verse 8 was doubtless writtenby years. milk 3 cup- '
Moore ,
Mary supt.League i
I
'
Moses under God's direction.
i' 6:30 Funeral services were 2 1-2 cupfuls a'u.1V
: p. m. Sunday.
', Courage and faith In God and obe- Thursday morning at the lemon juice. -

:; Fraternal dience to Ills lawa were commanded Cemetery near Ralford with and put through

"3 Lawtey Lodge No. 189, F. A A. of Joshua and upon his obedience J. T. Barnes officiating. The Add sugar and YOU don't need to be told that '

t X. meets at city hall building< tat God promised to prosper him son Funeral Home of Lake well and allow to risky tire can take all ''J 1' I r

'I' and 3rd Tuesdays at 7:30: p. m. and the people. had charge of arrangements. the cream. the joy out of driving-but perhapsyou I

d $f" T. T. Blackburn W. K. "_hllll> Advice Surviving the deceased cream gradually to have never figured that it cost
O. J. "And it came to pass a long time wife; and two sisters, Mrs. freeze. '
Phillips Secy.JPOSITIVE after that Joshua waxed old and Zolley of Starke, and Miss Cake you money to ride on old tires, with Prices Have Started ur.!

--wY' stricken in age. And Joshua called Whitehead of Lawtey; two a loaf of sponge or prices on the way up-if you pay I
RiaLIEP' Don'wait yovrliretlSo .
for to
more new tires later on. buy
? i for all Israel, and for their elders, Andrew and Sam ; remove center,

FROM and for their heads, and for their Raiford, and a number of : about one-half Inch buy now-enJoy your big July You can sealer yourself these price i

4 Judges, and for their officers, and : children and 3 tablespoons 4th week-end d save yourself are still low. Don't miss+ them I

PILES said unto them I am old and water and boll 3 some money by trying to squeeze a few moremiles

q1 I'' stricken with age; and behold this CARD OF THANKS enough powdered out of old worn-out rubber.

,, A_oUla' rectal pale .&..*..' day I am going the way of all the We take this method of an Icing that can And while you're buying-fiet the
aoetklac eomfort-..... 4.L' .. earth and know that not one .' SAFETY of blowout In
ts.U,. That le tae relief ALL ; ye Ing our thanks and > Cover rim and protection GOO EA R
? n'.' ail** ......... obtain treat HEMO; thing hath failed of all the good those who were so kind and with Icing and every ply-get the SAFETY of grip '

C FREE W. support this ...._... things which the Lord your God lve: during the illness and with chopped pe- In the center of the tread. Only AIIWeath.Pathfinder _

; _ay hr1th a _..y...... ._ .. spake concerning you"; God's of our mother, Mrs. Josephine! cocoanut. Fill Goodyear can give you the double L. .

ro ? I!!Lava If yon.are. ...t....d .by pllee'yeeil' promises to us will be kept, If we lor, and for the many floral sugared peaches, safety of Supertwlst Cord In every 4.40.21'I"_'6.40 ....0.21.?i iL.5.60
probably tried
) may Mailedaree. obey Him.UNION. ings. Especially do we Serve with plain
from
bead
ft Do Bet JadJSIIEMO-FREE service.Mr band-combinryed ply to $ 10 4so2otl5'4the Q
Parks for his faithful .
I
f r pad eUeappoiBtBieate. Its attloa CHURCH SERVICESThe with the safety, of 40$0.21.
; and Mrs. A. L. Peach flIf
:} le p..itlTe, almost mt>a..lon*. In of the world-f un.us All. Weath"e
? ass* of itching, .bledlar. _term.l. pastor Baptist, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. -3 1-2 pound. of Tread. 4.75-197.60 '''.$ ,
1' >rt> r.deb .r Internal pile. i Methodist and Presbyterian Mr and Mrs. E. C. 1 pint of wa-
a't .' Reaiembwr how j.y.:: .. lifo was' Churches of Starke have arranged I : ounce of ginger You can buy Co=.' 'C'Qrs-; h.n/olId's; : 5.00-19' 8.15 4.7s.19t16'05firstchoice

[ for vtoleat pejjoi .tabbed. yew ., to have Union service on each CARD OF THANKSWe ounce of whole t.'-t'- r.\.t: : a cent ;

t **t. **"*. .1..7.' R..alf. thatprleeleM Sunday evening during the summer wish to thank each ounce of stick cin more than f' '- (fli7 far less v. $ 5.2s.1a* 9'15 S.00.l9t6-55'

*n' ad .ppl.... by ...di.; for months. The first of these meet every one for kindnesses and to boil. Let stand value and ; 75

r' .Bain* HEMO-FREE. If y awhh. ings will be held at the Presbyterian during the sickness and absorb spice flavor 5.50-19' 10.5 5.00.20' '
k pay postman "
? upon .U.e.,. Church next Sunday evening, mother. Also thank _
our -Ii ft
Send tae. > .ovp.. today. NOW U boiling hot to Jar [ hItoii
H .... beet tl.... July 2, 8 o'clock p.m. with Rev. J. Biggs. Middleton and pour over

MEMO LABORATORIES J. Johnson supply pastor of the their splendid services. We : and let stand

4S20 Woet Pie BI..... I Baptist Church, delivering the ser elate the pretty flowers also. drain off, boll SI

Laa Aac.I.a. Calif. Signed by her children peaches that have Register Motor Co.
E..I_... I. $1.00 for fall mon.People of all faiths
q sb..f. tla. are especially Florence, May, Elva and > Jar., ,Process 12 to
| HEMO.FREE. Invited to these union services. .
IN.... i
7' ""'""' Each church will have Its regu. Horses changed the habits
1 IA....... __ W' S STARKE
A City 'o. State.--- .. .1 lax Sunday morning service as American Indians, and were on strings are used FLORIDA

-.sa usual. .... : ly responsible for the tribal stunts.

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JL'XB SO. 19S3 BRADFORD- COUNTY TEUEGnAFO STARKC. FLORIDA PAOIO Vr I I'F I "

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By-- Special Live Community H r /lema .UuBt ReachTclegr6phIVriterB


r appenlngs Us by Tues. Noon f;: !


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p--- thence Northerly parallel to said SW! <4 or 15. Township f i'';
I
road 684 feet to ,a street, thence South, n.nuSection. ti East whloh ilea! _
BROOKER RISING PINE HILLII. DOUBLE'RUN VANDERBILT along said street to Maid road and West of 9, A. L. Hy rlcht-of.war !'4/
thence along said road to ofbeginning
point
I I.T. and contlnlnv about nine sores.
In Sty of 9K 4 of HW14, ofaid Also Nye of Buy of :(f. : .1 I
of 8K
Vec. Gal.". c,.., Mr*, n. M. MeRa*. Car L. Garrett Cor. III.. B..t. ......... c... Carrie) Hell "' .r.... c... Si-rtlon, Township and Range ?/ Section' **. Townihlp 8VVU t South.<4 ;
HIM Also Sts of 8KW; ofSWW In Section H.ne. II Ea.t. :..,
II. wnshlp i South, Range. ) II Also, Lots 1, I and I of Blook 12 ,In f'
I East T.mpl' '. Addition to Town of LV
MannGroovern J. Crosby of Starke Is visiting: Rev. Hemingway and C. H. Clark Oran Morgan and family of Val- Mrs. H. C. Edwards and daughters Also, 8'-40 at SE"It' S'VI4 nt Seetio6n -, Florida, atmrkc. VV 1-AI' r:

Nora Groover; daughter of in this section this week. were on business In Palatka last rico were visiting his brother, Lea- Helen and Susie Mae, of Ij .nd' Nye,of of NW\4.FaW\4 an4 of NWt1tand( As w.Sheriff J. EPPKRSON.of Bradford / "": 1 r

!! H Kelley and Rastus Mr. and Mrs. J, M. Hersey and week. ton Morgan, this weekend.P. Gainesville spent the weekend swt o fN { (If "eoon 10 all In County, Florida. : \
rL j. Tim H. Woods of with her sister Mrs. J. C. Alvares.Mr Township 7 South )Kang 19 Asst. KNIOHT *. KNIOHTra. 1., '
son of Mr. and Mrs. family were visiting in Woodlawn Mr, and Mrs. E. R. Edwards of Lawtey was the Also all that portion of NWVi of Attorney for Plaintiff.II6tl8lt/ ; j .,
ann' married la the section guest of his brother-in-law and lis ,j
Sunday. this section were visitors In Starke and Mrs Tate Crosby and '
;Tofqimmediate famllle- Miss Vesta McRae spent Thurs Saturday afternoon.Tho ter. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Kersey, I son, William, of Corinth attended : TATKMHNT: BOARD OK MOMt! THl'BTKRH OF BRADFORD>> CO U NTT. ){

Saturday afternoon Eld .L.JjihM day night with Miss Helen NormanIn rain brought much relief to Saturday and Sunday.Mr services here Sunday. FLORIDA, FOR SIX MONTH. K\UI\: UKCKHHRH>> 01. 183:11:
: and Mrs. Ernest Wilmot and ;
performing the ceremony. Hellbron section. the crops of this section. Miss Lubedla Alvarez Is spending Ilsareiet. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pattee of this
and ,,the week in Gainesville with July 11, 1131: ,
Mrs. B. M. McRae little Mr. and Mrs. Scott Green were I,
!leV. 0 E. McGauley and daugrhneM daughter Gwendolyn, and Miss Al- visitors of Pine Hill Saturday. section attended church at Saxon 'friends and relatives. W, E. Torode warehouse r.nt._..________.____________________ 10.Ort
Miss Vera Gaineytended Saturday night. O. Haynes. trustee meeting June-----------------------------------100 l'
and lie Harnage was visiting relativesIn Mrs. J. M. Prevatt were visitors Robert Sam Whitehead and Mrs. Julia H. H. Oalney, trustee meeting I June 500ton t
1 church services at Hamp- Hellbronn section Thursday. In Jacksonville last week. and Elizabeth Gnann of Johns were called to Raiford to the O Hnynex, 1 trips to Lake MutlerQulgley _::::::_:::_-:::::::::::::::::::: : ,
their A Davis,
Okahumpka are visiting cousins keg of nails _
D Sunday at the Bap- Louis Hill of Lawtey was trans- Rev. F. M. Garrett was visiting Emmaltne and Shirley Morgan.R. bedside ,of their father, W, M. !.*. A. Putch. salnrv secretary -June----:::::.-_-_-?::::.:::::::::::::=:: 8000 400: ''ai ,+ 4

revival meeting Mr. and Mrs. J, M. Todd Whitehead. who is 111 at this C. A. Knight commission un taxea. __ .__ .... ____________ 1.1 1
The closed Saturday and acting business in this section Sunday J. Andrews and Freeman very J. W. Andrews. Jr. on .."ount.- .___..__........_________________ I.71 l V q
t church day Wednesday. afternoon. Douglas of Lake Butler were writing.Mrs. A. M Hlanchard 5 gallon Sae____________________________?___ 104
irenetted! Church services are held on second J. L.. Johns and J. 8. Norris, lumber-------------------_..-..__ -- 158*
-
daughter. H
guests of Russell Judd M Keree, '
Wednesday
Everybody to at1IIIIY Donald McRae> of Starke and lumber--------------------------------______, II.et
,Jt, and fourth Sundays. Prayer eveningO e Essie Sapp of New River attended Standard oil Company, gas and 011...-___.-..-...__.....___._____ 110.50 '
Paul Churchhlll of Vanderbilt were meeting at services here Hank of 8t"rke, say rOIl__________--____,_______________? ___.. 415.8* i'
the farmer have beeng visiting relatives here Thursday. every Wednesday night L. Brown was visiting H. D. Sunday. Hurgman Tr... Co., .upp.n. ___.__________"_ .____ 80.TO
\ of trips to Jackson- Mrs. Otto Schmell of Daytonawas Pine Hill Church.Mr. Tyler of Saxon Sunday eveningBernard Mrs. Belle Thomas and grandsonof Burgman Trao, ('0., note and Interest......_________________-____ 168.00 r

business produce. visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. M. and Mrs. W. E. Wilson and Rosier of Evergreen Wachula spent last week-end at August 1, 1991: / 1 t

jle, hauling and Mrs. Resale Carlton of McRae Monday afternoon. family of New River were visitingthis spent the week with. his cousin. the home of S. J. Norman. If. P. Oalney. trustee meeting July_____,___,._______._______ 'BOO r
Mr. section Sunday.Mr. Leaton Morgan Jr.Hellbronn. O. Haynes, trustee meeting __ __ >,oo
her Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and Remember JIIIJ---------u-------------
pare our sing Friday
visiting every 4 ,
teUbroim were and Mrs. Joe Griffis W. M. Torode, trustee ::::. inn A i
and Mrs.. S. M. Mott D.> M. McRae motored. to Raiford were night; every one welcome to come f, A Futrh, salary secretary July.I ....::::...::::::::::=:::::::: jn 01) '
to Mr. Tuesday. visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. I_ Griffis and take In the singing. Temple Garage auppllea._.__._____._,__...__"___ 1.1'
afternoon. part Qulgley A Davis, keg of nail* ._.._.. ,nil
undeY.A. 4
Crosby was attending to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norman of Sunday SpringsHI. I We are going to begin a Sunday A. M. ttlanrhard, gas.--.__---::::::::::::::.-.:.:::---..j-ta-=L.II-I ale I +
B. > He their School W Torode, warehouse rent..___?_,___-__.______._.?...._ 1000 ; .l' ;,
Vanderbilt ] Sunday morning
morning.< were visiting ; Torn.le
Finest here Sunday everybody Chevrolet Company. labor and truck parts.. _._.___.. ___ *.*s *
accompanied home by his lit- grandmother, Mrs. Evelyn Crosby .. Thelma RBM.., c... i young or old, la invited to M. W. Mann, lumber.___________...___?_,______.?_.?.___?___ 14491
u HAnk of roll_ .___ ___ .
'
? ,, Gene, who had been spend. Sunday.Mr. THERESSA come and take part.HAMPTON. J. rrf-rttahS?-_ -----_ -". zzzzzzzzzzrli; ? !
: J'.d": 111
/the past week here with his and Mrs. H Dunkley of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Thomas of I i : Company, gas and oll I .:-: i.Iu,:.._.L: uW.-: U7.t* r r

Mdparents, Mr. and Mrs. I.. R. Jacksonville were dinner guests of Miss Rhoda Zetgler. c.... Plant City were visiting his father, September B, 1911: 1 1VV

Eld. and Mrs. C. A. Sun- Jim Thomas here'
Crosby Sunday. ::1. .
n. trudge
Molt
!
lumh.n-- ;. 59.51 'm
I&ffe'are very sorry to report that Mrs. J. E. Owsley of Miami and Owen Rhoden Is spending sometime O llaynes! frusta '"....lInll' AIIM'.L_______!__________n-I!! -_"It '00 : '
day.Wesley W 1-:. Torode, trustee meeting AntfiiM__,. __, .. i. ._ j
;one Long la on the sick list this Barber of Jacksonville daughter Mrs. J H. Moore and in Plant City visiting friends. Miss A.a 1'11' __.. C... II, P. lalney, trustee meeting Auguiit. _____-M..___imt_.-_!nrn! __"___ 800 BOO y ; '
was visiting Fred Halslop Sunday. children of Valdoata Ga., spent the I'. A. Futrh salary secretary August.----____.._____ SHOO n '
Tut. and children Mr. and Mrs. Connor of week-end with Miss Ida We are very glad to know Levy Flunk of Starks, pay roll ______h__________._._..__..._.. 4"9.11 f!, ,yy Y A
B. F. Hazen Raleigh Hagan.Mr. Sweat Is able to be out again. Mrs. J. C. DuBoae, who has been W. i's l': Torode, warehouse rent.-__.-.____n--Tr-._..-.__-.--....._._._._ 10.00 i
uglas and Phyllla, who have Vanderbilt were visiting Mr and and Mrs.., J.' R. Kaufman Mrs. Easterann Rhoden of Baker visiting friends and relatives here, J. F. Colley. grader. repair------------------------------------ I.it '
!
C ...
A. Knight commission on t _. '
spending somo time with Mrs. Wilton Connor Sunday. have as their guest Mrs. Kaufman's Is upending some time here with has returned to her home at Vero M I). Moody grader blade._h______i-r-r-r-r-i-i____._.___-..r's.._Z __..-I____- ..811 v o r h
ends and relatives In Palatka, i Miss Audrey McRae was visiting : sister Miss Delaney Jones of I.her sister, Mrs. T. J. Moore. I Beach. J. W. Andrews, Jr., truck repair---.__..-....?.....?? ___.,..__.. 39 8O' :
I Unearhlll in Vanderbilt Ktirgmnn Trao. ('..., tractor. part.____-___._._....____.___.__.._. BO.OS q
Paul
-,ve returned home. Mrs. Hampton.Mrs. Mrs. Edna Harley returned home I T, M. Hagan Is having his prop R R Thede. ., ..1I11..1I.--h,.____,_.__ ,._, j ?,.,u ----- I.(to 3V V'' Id 's
[Among those attending churchrvlcee section Thursday. .. Florence Williamson and I last week after spending a few I erty on Main Street repaired and I Bradford County; :Telegraph: publishing I unnet t. Ti.-iJ.-'i-- i- _1011 V
A hnvislsupplies; :=:: :
Uulglev : ., : 7.00
at Rock Sunday were Mr. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman of small son, Grady of Earlton spent ,days with her mother, Mrs. Mattle repainted. L. A. Pringle, who has Ktamtard 1)11 Company, tas'and ?oil*_?__--.____.-___.-?MJ.._-_.___ 1147ft' r
dMI'I. G. W. Hazen and Mr. and Hellbronn were visiting Mr. and the week-end with her parents, Mr. Parmenter successfully operated a barber shopIn A. M. lllanihard, gas and oil*.______.-__,._?__.._.._._.?._.____ J.tt ,.

Era.\ H P. Gainey. '' Mrs. F. M. White Sunday. and Mrs. M. Hall. I. B. Forsyth spent the week-end the western part of town, Is October 193); ,

| Bdi W. N. Money and Burton J. E. Adkins of Hampton was in Lake Butler visiting his mother opening one in the eastern divisionof I!. P. .
Dalney trustees meeting" Roptemher.-___._..__..--,_,____ BOO V
ale of LaCrosse and High visiting at the home of J. J. Zeigler Mrs. Forsyth. the Hagan building. er..4_..._-._._t.._.._._.__._ '.00
f". A. "Fiitin salary secretary, Heptember.._._._ _. ...__._.__ 100(1(
Ings respectively, passed ZIFF Sunday.Mrs. Vivian Alvarez was in our sec- J. W. Nimmo was a visitor to (', A. Kiilih, Incidental' __ __. .._____.?__....?._?._._.?__._....____ V,no
rough here Sunday en route to E. S. Sibley and little tion Saturday night. Starke last Monday. John Thomas, inspecting piling fur brldg. *.._......._____....__.._. It." y .c
daughter Ruth, of Starke attended Hank of Hiarke, payroll_____.____________.___..._.___......-______ III.IG ,
fi Church. I MI.. Lala MM Lefte.. Co. Mrs. Maggie Burton spent Fri. Mr. and Mrs Silas Futch T. G. /
I ilr and Mrs. E. J. Lewis are theoud services here at the .Christian day with Mrs. Gussie Douglas. and A. A. Futch of Leesburg attended November T, 1933t ti' i'St! '

parents of a boy born Thurs- Mr. P. W. Lewis of Jacksonvilleand Church Sunday night. Russell Carter and Miss Lots the) funeral of Mrs. David H. P. flalney, trusts meeting October..__--_-_--_______?_.?_ 1,00 '
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hall and children Jones last O llaynes. trustee meeting. October. ._______..__._.._....._?--9.0, I''
Ljr. June 22. Mrs. Louis Clennons and Moore attended church at Saxon Sunday. I W" H. Torode trustee meeting. o ctoher--------_.._.._... 800 i
I Mrs L. R. Gainey Is spending atar daughters of Starke spent Friday of Starke were visitors here Sunday night. R. L. Blrt and family of Gainesville C. A. Futih salary secretary October..____..._-._...._.._..._.__. IOOO i I 1 I
Sunday.Mr. I Torode Chevrolet Company, part and, repair work------,, 1'.11)D.o'b..r r
days In Jacksonville with her night here with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. visited C. A. Blrt last Sunday. j

laughter, Mrs. A. B. Crosby Who Lewis., and Mrs. John Jordan of .N OTICEgar. Miss Daisy Moore of Clearwater I, 1031)) I IK ", ; '. J '
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I the mother of a baby boy.. born Malcolm Lewis and Earl Green Putnam Hall were here Sunday. NOTICE In hereby given that the visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Hayes, commission on tax assessment._._._.._..._. .___ 11104 .V n '
June 24.Jib County Aimeiifior Tax** for Brail- D. W, Moore this week.SIIEI1IFF'S Standard oil Company gas. and oil----._._?..__?.__.___ 109,81 j F' 1
wturday, of Pine Hill were In our section ford: County Florida, will I meat with Freeman Iteglater. supplies for truck.-__._._...?._..__ 1.89 ; r' i,
and Mrs' I.. B. Crosby were Saturday night. the Bonrd of County Galnes- of Ilr ad ford' County* Florida, In th. SALH H P. lulney trustee meeting Nov.mh.r-------, '.01) ''I
ading to business In Miss Thennie Mann spent Sunday EVERGREENMra. office of the Clerk of the Circuit Hereby notice Is given that Under O Haynes, trustee. meeting November. _______________.__"_..____.__ 1.00V"
_Saturday. afternoon with :Miss Lula :Mae Court for Brndford County, Florida, and by virtue of that certain writ of \ N.: To rod.., trustee meeting November----..._->___..__-.... .00<
I Mrs. H. B.Crosby andmil Mra. F. A. Heeler C...' at Stark, at 10 o'clock A. 1>[. on execution May Slat' AD. II I'. Unlney, expense on county\ mad work_____....__..-.. ,_. I 15.01
to and Lewis. Monday the 10th day of July. A.I>. 1938, by alduudnd'.nr the hand and W. E. Torode, 1 month warehouse rent__________________________ 8000 ..1..
are spending some time Innsboro James Williams, who has spent 19J3, for the purpo of hearing seal of Clerk of Circuit Court of Hxnk of Htarke, pay roll_. _.____ _____ ___________________.__h_ II.Bit ti Ir I
with friends and rela- Bell Carter visit- .. and receivingto testimony Bradford County Florida on that Qulgley A Davis., shingle. ______________.___________.__?_.______ ..HOC VV .M I 't
some time here, has returned to his Miss Lonle was a* the value of any property real certain Judgment of record In salt A. Futch. salary secretary Novorn.--___ 1000 '
home at Lake Butler. Ing Mrs. Schellie Rosier Sunday.Mrs. or personal a. fixed by said County Court wherein" Bank of Btarke a Roberts Store, hardware for bridge--------------,.?.__?____.._ 17.OS ,tt i il +
|Tel.Rev. Assessor of Taxes on hi. Assessment corporation, In plaintiff, and Roy Hank ..r Starke, order H. II, Kerce, piling .tc._______........______ 40070 V
e. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis Mrs. J. S. Sapp and children Roll for tbe year 1933. and for the Edward and J.Wl Edward are defendant I. Cash for Commlslon Bond T-.* .*_____i_._________ --.......-_- ,(0'00 f V 1 1
Louis Clemons and Purvis Lewis were visiting his mothers Mrs. J. purpose of perfecting, reviewing" and *, 1 have I.b1dul.nf"4 will Tax on check.______-__---.?_-__--__._.-_____.-....-.____.-. .11 ..4I 'c 1 r ,
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equallilng ouch a..e..m.nt. The Aiewtor Hell to the highest cashon I 7
reel!, who spent last week In were visiting at LaCrosse Friday S. Rosier, Sunday afternoon. .. of Taxes and the Board of Monday, the 3rd day of July, UK, Total disbursement ____________________________________..__..,....71 '4 V VV ,
nrgla with relatives. have, recd afternoon., Carl Reddish of Water Oak County Commissioner may continueIn during the legal hour of *sale In I S ,.
1 home. week-end here with his session for such purpose from front of the South door of the Coun. Iteravllulatloaj' Y y
Those from here attending spen the day to day for one week oral, Ionic ty court house of Bradford County. i t I i
Hr and Mrs. John Mott were ateoding church at Brooker Sunday night sister, Mrs. Cohen Peele. a* may be neceimary In Htarke. Florida, the following July 1, 1192 to amount on. hand. _.:. __-'_____=:_______-_.(f. S4.4txrvmber ,
to business In Starke Sat- and Frank Crews spent All pariona owning property *ubject 'land lying and being In said. Bradford 81, 101II total I ei.elpl: .,_,....,.-.._-,,_-.,._ 4.,60810: .+ s --01
were: Mr. and :Mrs. Rlley.Walters Mr. Mrs. to asMemment In Bradford County Florida or eo much December 11, 1919 dlsbursemenls------------------ ....4'. .
lay. Misses Thelma and Fay Stores. Monday at the State Farm. County Florida, are notified to appear thereof .. I* essential to satisfy. December II, 1VJ1: amount on hand.-----------. I.Bit:"
H. several at such meeting, to make such said judgment with gusts of ....c.. V t
| P. Gainey and G. W. Hazen Groo- Bernard Rosier spent
Mr. Minzle and Miss Martha 53,510.11 "
complaint or give such testimony __ .nUt
attending to business In ver, Ralph Mott Frank Shaw days last week with his aunt. Mrs. as to the value of Yb property, real tlol''ro''t;; ; where South line of :

luke> Monday. Colman Padgett ;Earnest Taylor Leaton Morgan near Starke. or Assessor personal of Taxes a* fixed, upon his A..'.*.- flection 12 East!l.crosses Township west< edge South of Range slate December II, '1931, ainount on hand....__..._______.11.91191. >

L. O. and Johnnie Lewis Mr., and Miss Roberta Gnann of Okahump- ment nail a* they may dlre. road No. IS thenoe run Northerly VV
Board of along said state road 688Vfc; feet to Attest B B. MATTHl1WSChairman
BOREE with Given by order of the
& GIDDENS Mrs. Bert Stokes and Colman ka Is spending the week here County CommlHslonerfl point of beginning, thence wevterlyat C. FUTCH, Secretary Hoard of Ilond Trustee {

r11NERAL DIRECTORS Deas. her aunt, Mrs. J. E. Rosier.. 4-233t7-T| | A. J. THOMAS, Clrk. right angle to said road 106 feet, Itradford County, Fiction.. V

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PAGE EIGHT mcAorosD COUNTY TBZJEOBAKI. BTAMTJE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, JrXE 30, 1933

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Bradford County Telegraph We are LETS beginning BE READY a new era. No Maybe You'veHeard Et.INti'IEM VP4Vjje

one knows a. yet what la going to
; ''yr,' Established 1877 be the outcome but one thing Is

old Ideas and old methods
certain-- It ButThe
published Weekly: on Fridays and Entered as Second Clam of doing things are going by the' ,

Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida board. Organization and co-oper-I e
ation are the order of the
The President's industrial recov ; column's !'awful abort this
-//'Irp E. L. Matthews__________-_____.Editor and .Owner ery bill will begin to function within week .

a short time "representing a supreme i But please don't -hnk} ,.we're shirk

SUBSCRIPTION RATE effort to stabilize for all, ing; ,

,, Yearly: $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable In Advance the many factors which make for The advertising ,knocked It out-
the prosperity of the nation, and Perhaps the new deal's working!
3 Advertising Rates on ApplicationDid .
t the preservation of American stan -
1
dards.
anyone ever forget the date on July 4 7
Throughout the country members bo Late
o of almost every Industry are )
t r 'URINQ hiE NII.U"AliES
Wonder how long before the bicycling craze hits Starke? beginning to organize and map outa -
system of operating under conditions lassi /tII1R "rWAio/
f'J'
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In the new era. Why Are,. 9,004000NNoc fir
;. Lots of people experience remorse only after they are shouldn't farmers also join in the !r RUSSELL EAY M./i7'f AND WOMriyiQOIfiNOlfllr

I1 caught. move for a planned future? g aet.y, ....... .... AwocUuo. '.'' kVRJPFWEJU' :
In past years there have been) "
}.. CDNDINNED
o .
feeble attempts at organizing all this
And now after I've spent
f''' ?1 ,How tall would you be if you measured yourself by the growers' associations In Bradford time sobbln and wrlngln' my hands ":::3 Wfrcwrs AND

', kx l:t Golden Rule? I bounty, but they have usually fail : over the plight of the poor down- "" L(/I'\WE'D\ Arrrrsn""'-" -
I, ed simply because not enough trodden taxpayer 'I find he's the -
11 y o larmers would enter into the com-,
that's really to blame for the
guy ,
{ ,t Stocks going up, postal rates going down-that's. getting pact to make Its dictates effectiveIn mess we're In and 'not the public \r M'1 i. Yv .

{ |'. back to normal. the strawberry Industry here. officials we've. been pickla', on so
This lack of Interest is due per .. ,
vh o haps to man's almost Instinctive freely. ,.. .
Add similes As the favored route for the So this column is dedicated '. r .. :
t. : changeable as dread of anything new and also to thel I ,,
the boys at U>41'! state house, 1'h a .
cross-state canal. selfishness on the part of some The' court house, and the city hall. Reg- L :-.,..
Individual farmer often feels that
o ular fellows for the most part, Just
he does not wish to be hamperedby -
The days are getting shorter-and so is that side of the rules and regulations of an plain every day'buman beings like. ( 4ct N.ESwN IJ"'HE Y I

; bacon in the larder association thinks that he can you and me. X/V 276 f&UKDS XV* ...,*;I.'r": ,.01-' r \

get more out of it if he works by Last week' I had somethin' to say .ENItLAN IN 1625" 4'
r o ilmaelf-never realizing that what on the subject of "nepotism" and \

;; : ; Should young men be taught housekeeping?" asks a Is best for the group I Ii best for the friend of mine who has been a \
public official for a long time drag
I'. writer. Well, somebody's got to do it. individual.
( Growers In other parts of the ged me into a "speak openly" and
91 c o State, where the strawberry Industry told me his side of the story overa r
'' : 'Some women say they dislike bridge parties, but if you : is run more symtematlcally stein of 3.2. 11'

4. !' ,?l 1 dont| g6, people will stop inviting you. than: It la here, are well organized. He says the way we been ravin'
'Strawberry and truck farmers of and carryln' on about relatives on
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east Hlllaborough and'the south- the payroll you'd think that no- '
t If you can't get blood out of a turnip, keep on squeezing western part of Polk County recently body but public officials had any II/QJQI t n'RARyts v'i," ';VSAML1

"; I,';; -you might get enough turnip juice to sustain life. effected an organization of kin folks to worry about. OWNS TT/FlAKQCSr fl ?
!
locals in several areas, "to handle Accordln' to him It Isn't the relatives *
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h 0 J1HE1': or CCNTRAL.SA .
$7f1MP COLlECTIOHIN h''a' ;
members, to obtain
% by
crops grown of officials' that's'gummln'up'the
."Shoots Two Women To Win Argument, says news farm' and crop loans, and generallyto works half'As much as It is 15vK10 C774/NS& CR. ] 7 .',t/1Y CjQLOfM 4s

t a ( ; story. Well, that's one way of having the last word. work for Improved farming and the kin folks'of'the poor"sutferln'taxpayers I SOO,000 S 4C/MRVS'AND ".'S OAf9 ""*? WOLVES W/JLD-

marketing conditions in the organIzed rye been plnch-hittln' 1AtuSE'oA7 .. J
: 0 ) 2,0ooooe 41JAr.. : -M A.vri':
sections
P Add disconcerting information : Hitler was looked upon for.- I

j' the of and look where he is : The announced purpose of these]: You'iee he happens to be a mem' \ -
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; .as Huey Long Germany, today. -y-o-- = '
:locals la to affllate with an organs ""'
ber of pne of these much maligned i.t or'.a c.< I li so send tlirn: J ; ,
v 0 zatlon known as the Farmers' Un- school boards and one of his ...
I county ;.. ..J. '" vvlll: pUb.!f.l wit:i yourFrom '!
;;' The millennium has been reached from a school-boy's Ion of America, whose sponsors say] little chores Is the appointment of : S;:h .- -
that several states in the West -
teachers,
polnt-of-view--six months of school and six months "of va- 1lffthII!
have been organized manner wife's sister is a darn good I MIIS. DELANEY JONES Alcatraz military prison Is
1 cation. t : "My
I and that the work has resulted he "but I wouldn't'dare DIES AT HAMPTON known as "The Rock" among sol I
0 II In many practical benefits to farm- teacher give her says a Job. The Indignant I Other Pens I diers.

s ; They tell us that cotton and okra belong to the same ers. other taxpayers would be chasln' me Relatives and friends of Mrs. Delaney -
What has been done In
l !',4 plant family and IoU of folks would eat as'the I with blood hounds if I did. Jones of Hampton were
as soon one states, and In other parts of our grived to learn of her death, which A FORCOLUMN
'i "But old man Whooslt In the Congressman R. A. Green Is to CENT
I 'other. own state, can be done here. It occurred at 2:20: o'clock Saturday ,
in the
bank there
over a pillar be congratulated on the fine work
will simply take a little enthusiasm
of her U
at the home
afternoon
0 i Taxpayers League, who owns three he Is doing for his district in this
and to work for interests
a willingness
Mrs. J. J. Brannen. She ,
Headline I I Ii buildings and an Apartment, house, session of Congress., Mr Green ia daughter,
says: College Men Search Florida Coast for i of the group at the same time had been in health for Dome
P and holds my note.", has two daughters always on the job and we couldn't poor FOR RENT-Matthews Cottageon
Interests
I ,, Specimens. They'll find some' pretty specimens on our Individual are. being months but had been confined to
served. an old maid.'aunt, the wife'scousin find a man who is morewilling to Kingsley Lake.. By week or
'
her bed for nine
beaches. and son-in-law the do all he for that will only days.
a on peo- can anything I month.
there has been
Thus far, no Mrs. Jones born December
o to the association sle's payroll and still he ain't sat- benefit the people of Florida. Some I was
move reorganize in Emanuel Geor-
28.18:50.
County FOR mill and
SALE-Sugar kettle
Green to for
? The most pronounced advance of all has been made in for[ operation during the next sea- Isfied."His son graduated from the unl- are Governor wanting In the Judge next campaign run but gia, and came to Florida with her also mowing machine. Will sell

: ? ;> farm prices', with' .a change of fifteen per cent from March 11 son, and and Indeed better,. unless association it can there be aDigger city this year and couldn't I fix it for our part we want him to stay parents at the age of three years,I cheap Mrs. tester Kite. It'
and has made her home in this
for him to coach the school where he Is.-Baket County Press,
high
i to Ma113. teems to be little use of resurrecting up state ever since. FOR SALE-Porto Rico potato

o it. But it can be made Into team at a couple of hundred a Macclenny.. ... She was the daughter of Mr. and vines. W. M. Munden. It
month to start; and by the way my o
;;, No matter how hard the Governor's job is proved. to be, an membership effective Includes organization: a majority If its of note will be due In a couple of FOR COMFORT LITTLE OIL 1S7S Mrs., she Cyrus was Hall.married On to March David G.4, FOR SALE:-Good horse, also riding -

; there is always plenty of politicians willing to take the responsibility the strawberry growers In this weeks but don't worry about that." The rainy season has set 1 in-a Jones who died several years ago. plow. Cash. Mrs E M.

if.. .,' county. When, and only when, this And that folks* is typical of the happy period for the farmer the She was the mother of seven chil Thomas, Starke. It

Iij'\j'j't:' 0 majority realizes the Importance of situation you'll find everywhere fruit grower and-the mosquito.It dren five of whom survive her. FOR SALE-About 5,000 potato
will Bradford you go. Men with: money and political Is about the latter would
!
organization Countybe we She had been a member of the
vines, $1 thousand. J. D
I ; That was some session of Congress. Three Senators ready to join in the "new deal." influence, who pose as hum discourse at this time. He Is a Missionary Baptist Church for per It
Dlgga.
\ have been reported ill, and nobody knows how many veterans --.-.' ble taxpayers, constantly harass nuisance to all humankind. A little about fifty-six years.
1 1were made sick. HAIL TO A SAFK FOURTH and brow-beat public officials to pest with great powers' Of provocation. She Is survived by five daugh FOR SALE:-Cash or. terms, one
t Independence Day of old was advance their own selfish Interests. ; A musician "of some) small ters,' Mrs.' J. C. DuBose Vero house, 2 Iota In City of Starke,
0 celebrated with reckless abandon. Now and then you' find a public note, whose song Is never appreciated BeacrfMrs.; D.: W. Moore Starke; one house 4 acres In' city limits.

They poke fun at-the "brain trust," but it is a relief to Hundreds of persona of all ages official who reseats such a practice by those) with whom he comes MrnvrAi L. Sullivan Theressa; Mrs.T. See 0..J. Andreu, Lawtey. it
lost their lives with fireworks one who refuses to be a partyto Into contact for Us sound too often .
playing J,. Brown and Mrs. J. J. Bran-
k find the government trusting in bralns'rather than ,
professional and Others the racket, but that kind of a U followed by thV/nosqulto's bite. NOTICH' OP EfLKCTIOVI.
explosives. llea..at
guns
Hampton; one sister Mrs. the
of
,
W. K. Middleton mayor
' 4; politicians.The were drowned or killed in motor guy don't get very far. Somethingalways Any little receptacle that will >Y.,. S. Futch, of Leesburg; two City of Starke, Florida, by virtue of
0 accidents. Now the Fourth divides happens ,to him, another hold water la hhPhome-and that brothers, Madison Hall of The- authority vested In me by the hell law

appointment of Marcus Fagg as State director of catastrophe "honors"" with almost man takes his. place and the game of his mate. A bit of stagnant water reasa, and Henry R. Hall of ClearWater do at the hereby city.call ball an In election the aforesaid to be city
any week-end; except by virtue of goes merrily on.' and their progney Issue In ; twenty grand children, and by the electors qualified at the ]lat
r Federal emergency relief 'activities meeting with widespread the ceaseless efforts of safety or- Maybe It might be interestin If countless thousands.' sagging fifteen great-grand children, besides Attaint general 1 city, 113 election for:the on purpose1

: \\f> approval. ganizations and accident and fire we quit worryln so much about the eave trough, an improperly screened a host of other relatives. determining; whether or not the did
t t; prevention workers It Is apt to bea county- ''judge's: daughter: holdin a tank an empty tin can, a sewer ,'.She was buried Sunday after- City of of Btarke motion ball picture permit shows the operation on
shade safer This Is because peo- court house Job and did -little drain-all these places are home to neolY'At'three o'clock in the tbe Sabbath.
family
The rhumba will quite likely have a rise in popularity ple are keyed to its imminent hazard ,saoc tn'. around to see who else the mosquito. plc Ot't Santa Fe Cemetery.. Scott Inspectors, Paul B.of Can said.ova election, F. O. }F."A>'

-, within the next few months. It has been banned by the St. *. They are safety conscious.: was,on the payroll how they got Every back yard, each vacant. Pallbearer were five grandsons, Inl'way. hereunto
r Last the after there, and why, they' continue to lot, should be C. R. Moore In testimony whereof.
; Petersburg police. year, on "morning" Inspected now by the Howard Moore. Gordon subscribe my_ name and cause' the
h ," the Associated Press reported hold their Job. There'might be a city. Owners and tenants should Weest, O. L. DuBose R. A. seal of said city. to be hereunto Bred!l

0M o 119 motor vehicle deaths ninety poor down-trodden taxpayer at the be directed to do away with anything Brannen, and one grandson-In-law, this 18th da7 W.of E.June MiDDLEayor.Atteetr A. D. 1933.)\

M A million dollar unfinished hotel in Miami is being used drowning., ten fireworks fatalities bottom of 1LAnd I that threatens comfort for Arthur Milliken. I .

'{ for hen house. Wonder if the inmates lay and twenty-six deaths from other the mosquito and thereby discomfort The funeral was conducted by CARL JOHN City
a any more eggs i C1er6 ll
causes-a total of 24'. This is bad now I've got that off my+ for humanity. Poole of water Rev. W. B. Hicks of Waldo, her, :JOI4tl:
++, in appreciation of their beautiful surroundings? ;> enough, but superior to the 1931 chest, I'm gonna alt back and gloat In low places should be treated former,pastor and a friend of the..

o toll of 354. No one knows the extent over a nice pretty Invitation I Just with oil; and all,sewer entrances family. .1. MEAT

They talk about the "good old days," and yet a Massachusetts of serious minor Injuries be- received from Publisher H. D. 'along vth. streets should' be looked Funeral directors were Burns- RABBIT -
cause only a fraction of them la re Harkreader of the Palatka, Dally after in like manner.' Howard of Jacksonville.. An'Answer the Question
T'; statute, enacted in 1867 at Boston, forbids the ported. The National Society for News: ''\ Just a small expense; but what a 1 "What Shall:We Have For

C" throwing of bean bags, except in designated places. tbe Prevention of Blindness estimates Hark wants me to forget my world of discomfort may be avoided II Camels do not reach their full Dinner?"
o that fifty person lose completely I troubles and come up to his town if the work is done now.-Tam grdwtn until their sixteenth or" seventeenth -
the sight of one or both on July, 4th, for the big celebrationover pa Times year. Domestic rabble moat Is de-
i- r Truth is stranger than fiction. A Miami orchestra struck eyes and that 500 more suffer minor the lifting of tolls on the Memorial __ u_ lobes tender and tine f lavor**

up' "Stormy Weather" and almost immediately a deluge came eye Injuries every ;year. This Bridge.It TRYiNG TO GET Oth>FUOM UNDER -- It Is firm and white like tM

to drench the crowd at an outdoor dancing pavilion. record Is made by fireworks alone.In seems they're gonna make breast of a chicken.wild rabbit
t Y recognition of the chief holiday whoopee for about twenty-four Far superior. to
o hazards fireworks automobiles hours with parades fireworks, and always In --".

n i7 President Roosevelt says that he Is going to do every- and swimming:writers on the band concert a banquet, an ad- E. R. BOWERSSee

thing in his power to see that our budding prosperity does not subject are offering the following dress by the Governor, and dancta', Me at Canova's PharmacJ
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advice; with a private entertainment In e p p*
become wilted during the torrid months of July and August. T -
If you go on a motor trip make room 215 OUrln' intermissions'
: o sure your car is in safe operating It.sure sounds Intere tln' and I /

? Dr. Jay B. Nash of New York University says that youth condition; drive safely; keep to the I wouldn't be surprised: If I did. 'KNOTHS "

;, is a state of mind, not measured by years, but by the quality right;' drive at a reasonable' speed; QUEEN TO' SPEAK '
have 500 feet of clear distance \.S / TR.UL VALUE OF TIM'--
of imagination. Wonder how the doctor would account(.. for ahead before you attempt to pass Congressman. A. Green has / NtyUPtOC. /IN T5:. '
T' that stiffness in the editorial knee joint? other cars. Watch out for pedes accepted a- invitation to be one of /
trians. the principal speakers at the Wood

stock" If you swimming-swim in"safe men picnic to b<<,Ji ld at Fellowship N % ; / 'r.{ .
If there is "watered in industry there) S:erTanly! places. Things to examine near Ocalai; June 29. Another : o _

"watered stock" in government. There are industrial! organizations are tides, currents depths, sunken speaker on the program will be Pe- i / ;
ter TomaseUo $
s of Okeechobee, ,
1 + where the debris and Impurities. Be sure to /
!' investor gets only $1 worth of value for $2 stay within your own limits Waltat speaker of th.-' Florida House of : :
worth of stock and there Representatives.The I
v'-' are government operations where least two hours after eating, and

he gets only $1 worth of value for $2 worth of taxes. then take along a friend for safe picnic U anannual event. It I' : I.a Time and opportunity\ wait foe.fIO
will Include a basket dinner at' e f -u'"'*
ty's sake. 11i ..cneL Toprocnuftaatein
1 o It must fireworks noon, the speakings, and a baseball \ N tad Jnmranc puxtcbon
I I you use -be aM. fire *r
tk. Governorof" Georgiaseems* to. be jealous of. Huey on the alert every1' minute. Give game between Wllllston and Mor.rlston. I i p foe t MOpmv t( MI renown Ere

Long's laurels. Talmadge's l latest i break into print was ,when yourself plenty of. space. Keep posed* to nrmnCiar 1cm after s

N he referred to members of the Civilian Conservation Corps asS [them away from Inflammable ma- The Ashan University> -at Cairo ft to too l btcta miutt. th
terials. Keep frpqi smaller Letli hdp bu nW to stteslgt J
"these bums and loafers." He continued : "-they have I children and animals away Cauterize all U the gr.att'Mdatem. Institution jour protection with sound w.....

t appropriated millions to let a lot of young fellows run around small cuts and bruises Immediately. in the world. fire insurance. if

t,'+; d in the woods." Governor Talmadge seems to lack only Hueys .I Tetanus poisoning is swift and The Jewish Buddlat. Mohammedan K H tNSUUANCE ABXASL

'' )liberal sprinkling o( profanity. I.deadly The best advice about fireworks and Christian religions bad ijauwN; : ____ I

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