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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 11, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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tjLVJ: FIFl'Y-FiVE STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY AUGUST 11,_19SS NUMBER FORTY t

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Election Our Saturday NightIs Grocers UniteIn Pluvius Co-operates Off County Clerk Explains Bond Trustees

ovie Different Now 'With Local Farmers Tax Sale Is Three Types Of LoansTo ,

As Stores Close Early Be Applied For

Was Not Legal Association And They Set Plants Until OctoberCollector Vote To Drop 1

"Saturday, August 5, marked the There are three different typesof ;

passing of an institution-Saturday Favorable weather during the loans now being much discussed

Says night Although the streets past few weeks baa allowed_ an Told In the newspapers, and many people Road '
Monday Project
Attorney were lined with cars and potential Night abundance of strawberry plants to are getting them confused, A. "

customers, stores closed Thomas clerk of the circuit
promptly; thrive In the Starke and Lawtey :J. ,

at eight o'clock and merchants! sections. Farmers are already taking 1932 Taxes Must Be Paid In Cash 'court, told the Business Men's Club t '

I lot Box Unsealed Council some of whom had not had a Sat- Dry Goods Men Decide To Open advantage of the !good natureof In Order To Benefit From at Its Monday meeting. They are Resolution To Secure Rlghtaf

Will, Ukely Pass Ordinance urday night In twenty or thirty Half An Dour Later At Meeting the elements and plants are being Futch Law as follows, Mr. Thomas explained: Way By Condemnation Or '

Anyway years,'were thrown upon their own Last Friday set rapidly, according to County : 1. Federal Land Bank for loans Otherwise Loaea, 3-1 j

resources for amusing themselves Agent L. T. Dyer. At the pres- on property acreage considered. t

Sunday movies or no Sunday for the remainder of the evening.No A slight change In the time for ent time Is seems that the acreageIn Interested parties appearing at Get in touch with L. H. Hill at County Bond Trustees Monday "
the court house morningwere
ID," -that was the question up attempt was made to check upon opening and closing of dry goods this area will be considerably Increased when Monday learned Lawtey for further Information. morning voted three to one to l'

ul 1 late Sunday morning when their movements after closing stores was made last Friday morn- over that of.last year, he from surprised Tax Collector C.they A. Knight 2. Home Loan for loans on town abandon efforts at securing rights .

long arm of the law Informed i hours. However, it might be mentioned Ing when a majority of these merchants said this week.National:. that Bradford County's tax sale homes and country homes, but of-way on the proposed Road 13

management of the Ritz Thea that the trails led in a variety met at the court house and which advertised for T acreage la not considered. James cut-off between Starke and Santa. I't' '
was August ,
that perhaps it would b* safer of directions. decided to open at 8:00: a.m. Insteadof would be postponed until October R. Stockton of Jacksonville Is the Fe River. F

lane were called off for a free Automobiles continued to line 7:30: the time set at the mass GuardEnjoys 2 to give taxpayers time to benefit I man to see. The action of the bond trustees,
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Ion picture, scheduled for that the streets even after most placesof meeting last week. They will con- from provisions of the Futch bill. 3. Regional Credit Corporationfor which came as a considerable surprise it
celebration of Tues- tinue to close .td. loans on crops but which require since had
at 5:30
ernoon in business had shut their doors: p throughout "The 1932 taxes must be paid In they unanimously t
the the remainder of further security than the) endorsed the at their meet- 'w +
'i victory at polls. people who had been used to spend- August. The Banquet cash before October 2 or delinquent project 0L t
shows election merchants crop itself. A. J. Thomas or Con- Ing on June 9 taken when .'j
''be Sunday Ing their Saturday nights visiting dry goods also decidedto taxpayers cannot benefit from the was av ;
,ch climaxed weeks of petition down town were unwilling to go discontinue Thursday half-holi Futch law, which permits paymentof gres man R. A. Green can furnish resolution was presented to "pro.. t

ulating and much campaigningboth home at such an early hour. days beginning the first ThursdayIn delinquent- taxes In bonds" Mr. Blanks. ceed by condemnation or otherwise l '
those Is Host To County Commissioners. Mr. Thomas asked the businessmen to secure for
against rights-of-way
those for an Drug stores remained open a little September. announced here projectnumber
Knight re-
declared illegal by City Attor- longer, and were the center of chants also decided to discontinue' City Council, Mayor And I turning from a meeting of upon collec- to assist In the work of helpIng eighty-two on State Road r .
Green when it was dla- Major Safay applicants to fill out the blanks. Thirteen In Bradford County." i f1
Floyd attraction until 10 o'clock when Thursday half-holidays beginningthe i tors'and clerks of circuit court 1
ered that the ballot box had not they, too, went bye bye. first Thursday in September. held Sunday at the George Wash Upon roll call the vote waff'ast' 1

locked after the election. 1 Owners of grocery stores met at Members of Headquarters Com- Ington Hotel In Jacksonville. New Man Hired follows: (

though no charges of fraude the court house Monday night and pany here Tuesday night enjoyedan The meeting which was attendedby W. L. Wall, "Yes.

made. Chief of Police A. L. Tax Is Removed formed the Bradford County Retail excellent banquet at the Carola both Mr. Knight and A. J. II. P. Gainey, "No." .

arez advised the management Grocers Association. Carl Johns Cafe in celebration of winning the Thomas, clerk of the circuit court, At Light Plant O. Haynes "No. r7(
local theatre that It might Remington Trophy for proficiencyIn W. E. Torode "No." ( I "
the was elected president; F. R. Carra- was called by Comptroller J. M t $
better If the free show was call- From Light BillStarke dine, vice-president; Max Wlmber- rifle markmanahlp at Camp Foster Lee for the purpose of discussing E. S. Matthews, absent. ,,4' 4

off since If the election should C. H. W, E. Torode,'chairman: tem 4 ,
ley, secretary; Nasworthy, the: much-disputed piece of leglslaJon. Bond TrimtwVlnh_ To Co-onrate pro I
contested, it might cause chairman. The twenty young men who comprise n of the board.. In'- A- statement tn-- the 6
In Pretildpnt'
RecoveryProgram
ble later. the company and Lluets. T. T Telegraph, gave as his reason for a4
The following were General D. Lan-
speakers Attorney Cary
ilscovery l of the unlocked ballot Escapes Federal Levy Long and H. C. Wall Were boats at voting against the project, the fact )
Because Of present to explain the workings of dis was present at the meeting and '
made Friday night when CityOwnedPlant this time to members'of; the Boardof that, within his experience
was condemnation -
the NRA in regards to grocery I explained to the tax collectors tha The City Bond Trustees fell Inline '
council met to canvas the elec- County Commissioners mem- proceedings have al .
i stores: Heyward Randolph, chair- he had ruled they must extend on with President Roosevelt In his f 1'1'waysproved
vote in which 117 Starkltea bers of the City Council, Mayor W expensive. The bond + 1
Starkltea were Impressed this man of the Florida Retail Grocers their books the 1932 taxes for all re-employment and at their Monday i !
cd for Sunday shows and 107d E. Mlddleton. and Maj. Fred A. trustees have no money now, and l ''Y
week with another advantage of: Association; B. J. Phillips, vice- delinquent properties and approxImately night meeting authorized the
-- against them. Safay, commander of)the 2nd Battalion there Is no prospect of any with b .
owning their light and water plant, president of the association, and sixty days will be allowed employment of another worker at
lien the ballot box was taken Florida Guards. which to for rlghts-of-way.
when the government decided that Roger Wicker, Jr., assistant sec National owners of those properties to pay the light and water plant at a sal- pay f t 4.
a the vault by City Clerk Carl After the dinner, which was eaten Mr. Torodo said. r
the three cent Federal tax on elec- retary-manager of the association.All the 1932 taxes BO that they may ary of $00 per month.F. .
as, G. W. Alderman, chairman with true army gusto, Major The cut-off, which was to have i '
should speakers urged the local take advantage of the Futch bill. ,
tricity be removed from gro- G. selected!
he council, noticed that it was Safay, Mayor Middleton, O. W Hemingway was been part of the Federal 1 1 1manta
owned cers to become affiliated with the The attorney general also ruled, govern
municipally plants.Effective the after careful
dated In such a way as toe Hinson, chairman of the county as new;employee $5,000,000
state organization.The Mr Knight said, that whenever a roadbuildingprogram
September 1, the tax consideration of the applica
locking Impossible. Indeed, commissioners; G. W. Alderman, many
In Florida, would have
which residents following committee was tax certificate is Issued for non- required -
here have been ap tions. It resolved to f 4
was employ
lock, at the present time, wasgused chairman of the city council, and
pointed to draw by-laws of the payment of 1932 taxes, all of which the spending of approximately b.
paying here since June 1, will be up married
on the door to the city Lieutenant Long gave talks which only a man, now completely -
removed. local' association: G. W. Roberts will be written as of October 2, $75,000 in Bradford County,
Privately owned plants l without work, and a resident ol
the clerk said. were all brief enough to be enjoy- )
according to estimates by State
will continue to George Crews Max Wimberley.The "The owner thereby forfeits all
city attorney was consulted pay the tax and he declared the election vlolat- Is likely that they will continueto by-laws will be adopted at a able.When benefits and privileges under the was not taken Into considerationas Road Department officials. '; r ,;
the making was The new road would have ;
meeting to be held speech I Futch bill. passed
: pass it on to the consumer. Monday nightat the duties might be learned v
u ordinance which expressly the Invited to the one mile west of Hampton, and its ,
Elimination of the court house. over, guests were Other Point tt
the tax will meana within a short time.
td that ballot boxes should be
saving of between fifteen and No changes were made in the armory where the different sec-I OUcr: points brought out In his The trustees do not feet that proposal stirred up considerable I
id and sealed before
being
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tions of Headquarters. Company opposition in that city, where real- y'
hours for opening'and ruling are: f
cents
closing
thirty a month to the aver- gro they have satisfied all possible de-
td In the vault to await can- +
their for dents claimed it would decrease k I
were put through paces y' ,
age light user here. It is believed. ceries. Bonds and matured Interest coupons mands of President Roosevelt's
.lng. In addition to this overt i
it was also disclosed that Lifting of the Federal tax will Oscar Andreu of the Three the entertainment and Instructionof of any taxing district wholly blanket code, but they do feel that property valuation and harm busi ,
not effect the Friends Barber Shop announced those In charge of our countyand within the county whose delinquent ness.
election inspectors, E. W. present State levy on they have voluntarily gone as far y tlrll
et, F. G. Hemmlngway, and publicly owned plants. A fight this week that it Is now opening at city governments. After a few taxes are included In the tax sale ai possible In helping In this national In recent weeks Tax Assessor N. I r

tnt Alvarez had made with this end in view failed In the 8:00: a.m. and closing at 6:30: p.m. minutes of watching some crack certificate may be used to redeem recovery without resort to D. Walnwrlght had heen making + '
nom
tabulation of the vote. last Legislature. This tax Is borne every day except Thursday when It drilling, the guests were shown any tax sale certificate l issued by increase In price to the consumerof an attempt to secure the necessary ,, I '

by the city however, and Is not will close at 12:00: o'clock, noon, through the; radio and panel sec- the county tax collector up to and electricity and water. rights-of-way, but had met with i } '
of the Hie-
afortunately election did, news not spread fast passed on directly to the light con and Saturday when it will remain tion, the message center, the Intel- including those for 1931, when the At the Monday meeting the city opposition by a small group of

sumer. open until 9:00: p.m. ligence section, and the wire sec- certificate is held by the state and clerk was instructed to notify oil property owners who demanded
gh> to movie
from prevent many Official notice to stop collectionof Drug stores are opening at 7:00: tion. All of these departments were Is over two years old; except that companies that bids for furnishingfuel payment for their land.It .
both In the
moon and appearing at night to see the the tax had not been received a.m. and closing at 9:00: p.m. every I explained to the visitors by guardsmen' that part of the certificate representing oil distillate for the coming Is believed that Monday's action r 't
here early this week day except Saturday, when they who showed excellent train- state taxes must be paid in the Bond Trustees '
show which had been adver- according to year will be received at the next by will kill a, 4' y
1 for miles around. People Carl Johns, city clerk. However, close at 10:30: p.m. I (Continued on page 5) cash.Drainage regular meeting.E. the project unless the State Road

a all parts of the county were It is expected that the order will district bonds can not W. Hayes and L. D. Green, Department chooses to take over 1
come in the near future. be used to redeem tax sale certificates school 'trustees the work of securing rights-of-
ed away, the management of Make : appeared before way a
Commissioners Budget
County Issued the tax collector C
theatre said. A bus-or two ofC. by county the trustees and agreed that they by condemnation or otherwise ,

C. boys from the Raiford State Repeal Election unless the drainage district would pay all current light bills In (

;p were also disappointed. 'Will Cost Over lies wholly within the county and i the future, and beginning October
$30,000The After Caused By Futch Law the delinquent taxes levied by the Teacher Is Added
ccordlng to Carl Johns, city Long Delay drainage district are Included In 1, they would pay ten per cent on ,Ir ,
the old bill t tI'
k, a majority of the city coun- forthcoming election of Oc until paid In full. t
tax sale certificates Issued by the
en have signified their Intento tober The trustees ordered the following -
10, to choose the delegates
More Funds Than Last Year county tax collector. bills paid: In Brooker School '
pass an ordinance allowing who Will decide the question of repeal Require Slightly More ItentrlrtlonsIf
day Pal: Baldwin, ..up!>lIe.._ f ..18
movies, without For ----
of
again put-
the national prohibition Because Of Increased Fees Necessary
owners of land, upon which Standard Oil Co., a fab In. lubrl I
It to a vote of the people In the amendment, will cost the State of eating oil _________________ 61.06City t
AssessorThe the state holds tax
city election. The councilmen Florida Collector And a certificate TrBBniirrr. _, _-___.______ 600.00Ths k
approximately $30,000 according Board has Busy Meeting At 1
desire to take advantage of the If. and W. B. Prow Co., F
that the people of Starke have to a statement of Secre- Futch law and redeem delinquent Stamp u" ________________ l.lg Monday Night Session 'l' la
that they are In favor of tary of State R. A. Gray. Board of County Commis- Fine and Forfeiture Fund Carl John., salary for July__ 40.00 Here
taxes for 1931 and prior years with i.lna .Material: ''..., III!>p'e.!' ___ 4.((1Hirayuar
day
shows, and feel that are The of Bradford met Sheriff's Dept. Coat______ 3,000.00 :
State must bear the expense sioners County bonds, they must the amountof Poles. c..., upplln__ J3.01
''fled in passing the ordinance. the ________ 800.00 pay WnMtliiKhou Klsctrlo. Co., o-
of the cost of printing and distributing Monday and went through County Judge taxes levied In determiningthe Another teacher was added to i'l
aa upplle ._ ___ _________ 4t.19J.
sung for this purpose will the ballots and other Inci- long-delayed process of making out County Pros. Atty_____. 1,000.00 aomunt of ,delinquent taxes' .... Col my, cross u arm. and the staff of the Brooker Junior o

''y be held Tuesday. dental election costs, besides the the county budget for the fiscal Bailiffs ______________ 160.00: due the court clerk must use the r.pall'l..oart _____________ 5.25tarka High School by the Board of Public ?.

salary of $5.00 each to all election year beginning October I, 1933, and Witness Fees ________. 1000.00 assessed valuation for each year,, *.arvlc Telephone at light plant Co, phone______ 3.50 Instruction at Its meeting Mon- l '

clerks and inspectors.Even ending September 30, 1934. The Sheriffs Coma. on Fines. 800.00 plus interest as set out In the flank of Htark, not., Fairbanks day night. The action was takenas el

uncil Calls after that, there will be no figures for this year have been increased Feeding Prisoners __..__ 1,400.00 Futch law, and will not be permitted Gulf. Kflnlnir Morse Co.Co., _car dlitlll 269.TT the result of Increased enrollment t y

repeal In the Florida dry laws until slightly more than $1,000 Pay of Jurors ________ :550.00: to take the last or lowest valuation l tuft oll___._ 124.01 In the school there. Miss I
the general election In November, over last year's estimate. The Guard at Jail___-_____ 360.00 lad..r M"to.1' Co., meters.___ 11." Mildred Morgan of Brooker warn
of the land as a basis for determining Harold C. Wall, Insurance on
City Election l 1934 when the electorate will voteon greater portion of this was allowed Reserved for Contgs..___ BOO.00 the amount of back Hunt plant -_, 81." given the position..

the State Constitutional amend- for' fees to the tax collector and Court Stenographer ____ 100.00 taxes. Receipts for July: Minutes of the meeting follow la .y r fl

ment. tax assessor made necessary by the Constables' Coat Blllauu 50.00 The law permlttelng payment of Water Lights ------._______._..$ ,370.08. full: t

or, ('lark, And Marshal To Increased levy under the provisionsof Incidental Fund____- 50O.OO delinquent taxes on the last val- "Fuse oil--- 130.74 Board met Monday night with,
Clerk Cost BIIIs_____ _. :50.00 .
lie MRS. BESSIE ALVAREZ the Futch bill. Supplies -? J IS
Voted uation is in but this members Prevatt Manning t
still effect If Kelly
On Tuesday ..r"lc.l dcpoclta __ 11 00Tali and 4 I; l
September 18 Funeral services were held Monday All special and extraordinary law is resorted to the amount mustbe l< on tine extension.10.00 present; minutes read and ape. 4'i
morning at the Methodist expenses contemplated for the year Total _____________I 9,960.00 (f. Carlton). i 'i
In cash.Farmers
proved.
paid _._________
,e City Council met lost Friday Church In Cross City for Mrs. Bessie i from ad valorem taxation, and estimated Agricultural Fund I Total Total dlsburs.m.nts1,669.14 ltolpt II.710.JJ The superintendent was Instruct. I (-

;land| < called the general city Alvarez, 21, who died Sundayat receipts from other Home Dem. Agent__ .$ 600.00 Feel Optimistic ed to supply the needed seat for : ; ,
'\\Ion the home of her mother, Mrs. which will be available, are Net Income ________________| 181.09aili.on '
to sources
be held Tuesday Sep- Scholarship U of F.____ 200.00 hand 7-1-11.____ 1,811.41 the county If proper arrangements +'t ;
her 12. to elect the Ada Parker In Cross City. as follows: In The Brooker Section could be made for same.
'!l1I: following Interment made in the family General Fund Cash on hand H-l-'lJ ._______12.117.51 ,
A -
mayor, two aldermen for was Total ______________$ 800.00 Members H. L.. Brownlee, D. A. Plan for supplying necessary 1
'earl. one clerk-treasurer-tax plot in the Cross City cemetery.Mrs. Salary, Clerk ____.._$ 900.00 The Industrious farmers In the Montelth and R. J. Davis were amount of sanitary drinking foun- ,,

\8or.tax collector and one Alvarez, with her husband County Commissioners 900.00 Widows' Pension Fund Brooker sectldn are reported to be present at the meeting. talus for Brooker school was dia- 'j4 'd

'ha1. Newn Alvarez, were residents of Sheriff Att. Comrs.___ :50.00 Allowances ___________$ 1,200.00 In rising' spirits. The feeling of sj cussed and a plan submitted la to ?

lors appointed for the Starke for several months until Stationery etc.blanks( ).. 150.00 optimism is greater: than It has BRADFORD COUNTY AGENT be tried out as soon as arrangements l

onVere: Fred A, Scott, T- D. I Mr. Alvarez was transferred with Coroner's Inquests_..-.__ 150.00 Total __.____________$ 1200.00 been in the past few years.. CANS FOR BAKER WOMEN can be completed for same.J. .

llbaker, and R. A..Newsom. other members of the State Road Insanity Inquiries.150.00 The growers In that section have C. Prevatt, as board member

I'tIolutlon was passed by the I Department Macclenny- where Supervisor Registration. 240.00 It thereupon resolved that the made a little profit off their water- Miss Pearl Jordan home demonstration from district No. I, was to look $

cillnen for refunding such city they resided, and during her stay Atty. Co. Comrs.._______ 30.00 clerk of the circuit court be directed melon crop this year, and prospectsare agent for Bradford and after the change In bus route that 1 k
_______ 300.00Advertising to have the foregoing estimatesas
Books
as are now due or become here made many friends who were Record good for favorable sale of the Union Counties; was In Macclenneyone was asked for in that district.
July I, to learn of her death. ______ 250.00 made by the Board of County .
1938. grieved tobacco crop there next month. day last week giving a demonstration E. A. Simmons, Carrie Simmons
,
Iran deCided to make a trans- Besides her husband she Is sur- Corns. Tax Aaar..?____ 2000.00 Commissioners published In a The farmers in this section have in canning meats and vegetables. Cents Cox and James Hogan were Yr 1

t300.00 to the city treasurer 'vived by a young son, Jackie Ray, tarns.. Tax Collector...._ 2000.00 newspaper In the county by one Insertion always been among our most industrious She made the trip at the appointed teachers for the Lawtey

lIe fourteen months old. Repairs Court House. 100.00 and a copy thereof proper and It Is hoped that their request of" Mrs. Gertrude Norton, colored school. '4
*' Jail __________ :50.00 ly certified be forwarded to the
j furnishing or wanting to Those attending the funeral from Repairs optimism will stimulate growers welfare worker for Baker County. The State Board of Education dU I I %j
hh of the State of Florida.
Street lamps for the city Starke were: Fur and Fix. Ct. House50.00 Comptroller elsewhere to greater efforts. Four different kinds of beef, rected the Board of Public Icstruc

he notified to place bids with Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Alvarez. Vincent Fur. and Fix. Jail______ 50.00 The commissioners acting upon fried, roast, stew, and soup, and Ion to raise their mllloge to ten + t j

CIt 1 Bond Trustees. Alvarez Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Janitor _____-___ 360.00 a resolution presented by the SCOBY MAKES BOND eight different vegetables were put mills therefore the following resoutlon ,

fOllowing< bills were ordered Alvarez J. Maurice Edwards Mrs. Light, Fuel and Water_ 400.00 Board of Public Instruction raised Mandel Snob)?, Tampa bondsman through the canning process. was passed: p

: W. B. Mundy, Jr. and Mrs. J. B. Insurance ___________. 100.00 the levy for the general school: I who Is charged with aiding escapeof Mlas Mary E. Keown, district Resolved, that the Board of Public t r
_____ Fund from eight mills to ten mills
< Incidentals 500.00 Harry Bltamore and two other Instruction of Bradford r
S&pp. gent from Tallahassee, accom- County
p I .f arnard rr prionaing'and_ 11'.115. Sheriff. Gen. Ct. Work. 800.00 for the ensuing year. convicts from the State Prison panied Miss Jordan for the day. that the Coun-. ,

-I,Cud Ind.-co. I 41n.<:r .1671 /,,,'GROUNDS IMPROVED Clerk Gen. Ct. Work..., 600.00 follows Other minutes of the meeting Farm was released last week from ty'Cpmmlgeioners; of Bradford '(

'bc eSrtiilnt.. i6s9:46 During the past two weeks Expense Election __ '450.00: : the penitentiary under $15,004): PltEVATT ON SCHOOL BOARD County rescind their action of July R

8.q : workmen have been busy filling In Indexing -__-----_- 200.00Paupers The Board of County Commis property bond. It U understood J. C. Prevail of Lawtey was recently 3, 1933. and levy.ten mill for the

'A .annun I.d ald.rrna0.1.00" : low places In the court house --.-...---_ 1,500,00 sioners of Bradford County that be returned to his home In appointed to membership onthe general school: fund for maintenance q

tMdrlck.aallderrman .. 1.00 1.00 grounds with dirt. Grass will be Reserved for Contga' __ 500.00 Ida met August 7, 1933, FIor-1 Tampa where he wll await action Bradford County Board of Pub- of the public schools for the) .as.

(,. .rd.. .Id.rmaa_._ 1.00 planted when the grounds have following members present by the Bradford County grand Juryat lllC Instruction to fill the unexpiredterm ensuing year. pone by request of f t

""Glb1Ued on page 8.). been fined; In. Total _____12680.00 (Continued on pace 4.}_ the fan term of circuit court. of J. T. Moore resigned. the State Board of Education.. 4 ; p; + ,

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- parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Moore later, Mrs. Bender and famep
I at Jacksonville.Mr. Earlton.
BROOKER BOOTSErS BEACH UAMPTON ARISING TIIERESSA and Mrs. E. L. Klnchen and L. C. Zeigler

I I ... ... family moved near Starke Monday. was a Visitor ,'
Cor.
.1. r.ra Gai.q> ee. L. Caaktaa. Or. M.\m; ... PI' .... Cm.. .... H. M. MeRaa. Or. Rhea Z They will be greatly missed in this Jacksonville. Monday
I II i Mr. and Mrs. E S
I community. Sibley

Friday night tha P.-T. A. upon- Mr. and Mrs. Bertie Prlvltt en- Mrs. Gertrude Roberts of Lake II I Ell!. W. E. Hall filled his regular Mrs. A. W. Brown and children Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cook of of daughter Starke, Ruth, and Walter Sib

gored an Ice cream supper at the tertained several of their friendsFriday Butler was the guest of her mother appointment at Pine Level Church i spent Sunday at Hampton with her Jacksonville were visiting D. J. Mrs. C. A. Youngblood were vUltlnr Mr.

r school building to ral. money for, night with a dance. All reported Mrs. Nlram Wynn, this week. Sunday, also had three candidatesfor mother. Mrs. E. Cribbs. Phillips and family last Thursday] G. W. Smun.
playground equipment. A large a nice time. Mrs. Roberts is remembered hereas baptism Sunday afternoon. Mrs. S. W. Griffith of Miami is night. Hill J. J 2egle-| W.
crowd attended and enjoyed the de- Mrs. J. L. Gasklns and children Miss Gertrude Wynn having Mrs. Elbert Bowers and little visiting' her parents, Mr. and Mrs.A. Mr. and Mrs. W. :M. Phillips and Hall and L. L. Youngblood R k

llcloua Ice cream and cake. The spent Sunday at Evergreen with spent her girlhood days hi our daughter, Lucile, of Starke and L. Sullivan. children and Marlon Phillips of sey to Starke A. W. Brown were vwl
I
net proceed. amounted to about Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Quinn and fam- town and has many friends here Mrs. George Bowers of Boatdralnwere Miss Hazel Phillips returned recently Miami en route to Lovette, Flo., Saturday. j
$1100 This amount will greatly; who are always glad to see her. visiting Mrs H. M. McRre from a visit with her grandparents were visiting' relatives here Mon- Mrs. J. R. Kaufman and W. 1

assist la buying the necessary; ily.Mr.. and Mrs. L. M. Murrhee and G. E. McGauley of Brooker Sunday afternoon.Mr. I in Jacksonville. day morning. Ingram were visiting Mlsa 1aa!
equipment for our school. Carl Rosier were business visitorsto Rev. at the Baptist Church and Mrs. C. H. Neal and Mr. J. F. Young of Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Zeigler and Blount at Hollster Sunday

Tonight a moving picture show Folkston, Ga., last Tuesday. next will preach Sunday, morning and evenltg. and Mr. C. R. Neal and little I Mrs. Florence Williamson of Earl- Mrs. G. A. Moore of Jacksonvillewere -
will be given In the school auditorium Mra. Jean Gaskins spent several and daughter Marlon, all of Gainesville ton were visiting her relatives here visiting Mr. Zeigler's parents, Golf courses are scat
admission ten cents for all days In Jacksonville with her Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Adklns been visiting were dinner guests of Mr. and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler, Sunday. throughout four provinces of&u|
school children and fifteen cents son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and children have recently Mrs. J. L. Underbill Sunday.D. Mrs. Arthur Mllllkln of Starke They were accompanied home by
for adults. Twenty-dve per cent Mrs. Phillips Sullivan. in Jacksonville; Ocllla, Doug-Ma- M. McRae made a business was visiting her parents, Mr. and little William Thomas Zeigler .

of the proceeds will go to the Mrs. J. R. Quinn and daughter, las, Fitzgerald Atlanta, and trip to Jacksonville Monday. Mrs. A. L. Sullivan, Monday Jr., who has been spending several The Mongols wealth consist I

school. Everybody come and help Lucile, of Evergreen and Mrs. Roger : con, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Thomas Miss Mildred Phillips left lost weeks with his grandparents. animals-sheep, goats, camels >i
the fund for purchasing play Kimball and two sons of Jack Mrs. A. C. Hall and daughters and children were visiting relativesIn Thursday night to visit her grand- Miss Oweida Hall is visiting her horses.LOOK .
1 ground equipment for the school.H sonville were visitors here Sunday' Misses Clemmie, Myrtlce andMarjorie Heilbron section Sunday.
P., L. R, and E. A. Gainey, J. afternoon. Hall, and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. B. A. Miller of LaBelle and
M. Mott, Dave Green and J. H. Miss Willie Mae Reddish spent Clyde Hall were the guests of Mr. Mrs. M. J. McRae of Starke were
II Douglas were attending to businessIn Thursday night at Evergreen the and Mrs. E. L. Youngblood of Wal- dinner guests of Mrs. H. M. McRae HEREFRIENDSI

Starke Monday. guest of relatives. do last Sunday. Tuesday.Mr. .
Miss Lea Retta Jeffords has re MIss FrankIe Lou Murrhee returned Hampton public school opened and Mrs. A. J. Harnage of
turned home after spending two to Belmore last Tuesday, here August 7 with 111 pupils Hellbronn were visiting relatives
months with relatives In Plant City after spending a week here with present the first day. Provisions here Sunday. 11 l 1
and Clearwater.Mr. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. have been made for four teachers Mr. and Mrs. Gary Crawford and
and Mra. A. B. Crosby and Murrhee. only. But overworked and half- children were dinner guests of Mr.

children; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Crosby, Paul Howard of Lawtey was a payed, they went to work cheer- and Mrs. Raleigh Connor Tuesday
and Miss Willie Mae! Pierce of business visitor here Friday morn- fully, hoping for better times some Mrs B. M. McRae and little
Jacksonville spent Sunday and Ing. sweet day.J. daughter. Gwendolyn, and Miss Al- By Special Arrangements with the Leading Magazines of the

Monday here as guests of Mr. and Mr.! and Mrs. R. N. Crawfordand W. Nimmo and Miss Ada lie Harnage were visiting relativesin Country We Bring You the Biggest Bargain" of All Time .

i, Mrs. L. R. Gainey. Mr.! and next Mrs.few children, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nimmo spent last Sunday with Starke Monday.' Subscriptions To 3 Famous Magazines with A New or Renewal
Ed Crosby will spend the I Crawford and baby and Mrs J. L. friends and relatives in Alachua .
a days visiting her slater, Mrs. Rosa Gasklns were visiting Mr and Mrs. Order for This Newspaper.
County.
Crawford of Trenton.L. Carl Milliard at Woodlawn Thursday Al ttr '.'ia.w saga
Rev. F M. Taylor attendedpreaching r ALL 4 ON LYa .
trans GRAHAM
D. and E. S. Polk were .
Starke Monday.Mrs. at Starke last Sunday MAKE UP YOUR OWN CLUB!
acting business in M. Rhodcn of Hellbronn was a
H. Gainey, who spent the visitor here last Thursday.Tom evening.Mrs. HI.. Bile Joaaaoa, C.r.Mr "
CHOOSE
of her E. who has been 1
past two weeks as guest Overstreet of Evergreen C. Harper

niece, Mrs. Dote Weeks of Bell, retinned was a business visitor here one day In Ocala for several days, returnedto and Mrs. Bobby Surrencyand 1 Magazine From Group "A" \ S .
to her home here Wednes I her home here last Sunday. She
last week. children of Tampa were visitIng ':
2 From
nftssazlnes
f day. She was accompanied home was accompanied by Miss Alice : Grorp i54'I j
Mr. and Mrs. Moncey Thompsonand relatives here over the week-
} by her sister, Mrs. Susan Scoffield,, baby of Woodlawn were visit Mast. Miss Mast was formerly a --.T And j ..

6 who where was she en is route now spending to Jacksonville a few ing Mr.afternoon.and Mrs. Bert Prlvitt Sun- friends resident here of our who town are and always has many gladto end.Mr.. and Mrs. W. Smith and chil- TBJrs: '-retrr< --i:::::* (IFcIlYear: ) J WHY PAYMORE
day rela-
dren of Orlando are visiting
with her son-In-law and see her. ?
t days E. W. Rosier of Jacksonville is tives here.
Mrs. t. Harrison and family left
Mr. and Willey O.
daughter, spending a few weeks here, and Mr and Mrs. Tom Graves of Savannah -
for Opp, Ala., where
Cannon.T. B. Plnholster and Miss Mad- while here Mr. Rosier Is puttingup he last was Friday called to the bedside of his Ga., were week-end guests Your Choice: of Any One Y Your Choice of Any Two
some new buildings on one of of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Graves. tx
line Hazen, members of the Vanderbilt his farms which will be a great lather, who is Ilk :Mrs L. D. Easterling and daughter Magazine In This Group Mc Magazines in This Group

; school faculty, spent the help as well as Improving his farm. Katie Maude, were visiting her GROUP A .vn GROUP B
week-end at their homes here. Ho also repaired buildings latelyon parents over the week-end. McCiOl's MaCuln.--"S: Yr.Ilu'I [J Better Home (fGardens
and Mrs. II. D. Crosby and .
Mr. .
another one of his farms here. GREENWOODMU { Mr. and Mrs. Olin Graves, Mr. [J Woman's Home Compl. lyrj
children were attending to business a 0 Woman'. World 1 yr
Mrs. Jean Gasklns Is having and Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. Pictorial
Roy j Q Rsvlw_< Yr.
0 Household Magazine .. 1 yr
In Starke Sunday Saturday.The school hour at the some repair work done on her farm Emmalyn. Prln' .l., Cor.Mr. Leo Dyal of Windermere are visit- D Screen Play ,- .--- --1 Yr. E DL C APT 0 Needlecraft 1 yr

Church has been chll.ngedfrom home here, and R. N. Crawford Is ing here this week. O Hollywood Mom Mag_lYr. :Wr 0 Good Stories 0 I yr
Baptist 3:00 o'clock in the afternoon having a new dwelling house builton J. S. and family John McKinney was a visitor to | D Open Road (Boyi)_1 Yr. I IJ *SOt* .' 0 Country HomeSuecesiful 2 yn
and Mrs. Sapp
his farm and expects to have it Jacksonville Saturday. j[J J Pathfinder (Wkly) _1 Yr. [ CJ Farming lyr
y to 10:30 in the morning. Everybody finished In the near future. With ; Carl Rosier, St Clair and Earl Mr. and Mrs. J. Mott and chil- AL ODSInRIES 0 Progressive Farmer 2 yn
y Is invited to attend. ell this work going on here, it looksas Moseley, and Kay: PrIngle attendedan dren of Brooker attended church Axii!! y Mrs. Gussie Mae Boree and Mrs... If times are booming here In ice cream supper at the homeof services here Sunday. (ftmtt .R, And Tour Choke of Any One
Edna Prevatt, members of the Rosier Friday night. Jrtiiiazlne {n Group A
our little of which Quincy held at the Chris- *..
vicinity we are Services were THREE IN ALL ?}. THREE IN ALL
school faculty here, spent the ; proud.At Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pringle, A. J. tian Church here Sunday by Rev.C. .
woek end at their homes in Starke. and Mr.
Willis and Clyde Starklng
I last we feel the drought has C. Butler of New River.
Prof. H. B. Wiggins and Miss I been broken and and Mrs. A. B. Rosier were shop- Butler .
we are receiving Mrs. John Crews of Lake TNJ$ FFIR IS. _.
GentlemenI
Hinson the weekend I .
Willie Mae
spent nice showers of rain along, which ping In Starke Saturday.Mr was visiting relatives here Sunday. c
J at their homes in Hampton. and Mrs. J. W. Saunders and ..
was needful here for the e
very enclose $L. Platae Mad tH three msgutni
L. W. Sowells of: of Russell m.
and Mrs E. Lee
Mr.
farmers and we hope they will continue Mr. and Mrs. R. Old Fort Pitt, relic of Indian war
Sunday here with of Mr and There are no strings attached to this checked with a year's ..
., Mlcanopy spent so the farmers can get busy were the dinner guests days, stands a hundred yards from subaaription your a.peper.
her mother, Mrs Sally Mott. I I putting out strawberry plants. Mrs. C. A. Pringle Sunday. the site of Fort Duquesne. offer I Every magazine subscription
\ Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crosby and A. B. Rosier and
i Mr. and Mrs. N'". _"
\ children of Youkon spent Wednesday visiting relatives will be filled exactly as represented. --
: Northern Quebec has a vast Mrs. Hester Sapp were One hundred thousand roses
here with friends and relatlves. stretch of virgin timber o( great at Evergreen Sunday.Mr. yield only 180 grains of Attar of If any of your subscriptions Ielenet or R.F.D-

i" value. and Mrs. J. D. Peele spent Roses. newals the time will be properly extended -
L. A. Brown was attending to I ..-- the week-end In aTmpa.Mr. )
business in Starke Monday night. Religion plays and importantrole and Mrs. Leslie McClellan The sap and bark of the dragon Town and Stat-. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Doc Thomas of I in the life of the Hungarian spent the weekend at Evergreen ) tree was used mumlfylng kings
Jacksonville spent the weekend peasant. with Mrs. J. S. Rosier. and nobela of high estate.
here with his mother Mrs. Alice

Thomas Regular church services were THElMAINrfTHING MAIN STREET" By F.-Yan_ Zelm I

+, beld at the Baptist Church here -.

c, last Sunday by Rev. O. E. McOau- ttilY 3liuzz 1 WOODEN 5ft OLD i nape
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Al'GUST !l, 1933 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA ..
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: -' FEELING OPTIMISTIC 1| ELECTROCUTION STAVED 1 ILIG ITS hNNGr1kI.P
I -FLORIDA1
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.i HOLLYWOODAnticipating a I TALLAHASSEE negro law- 3".I

big winter tourist season realty 1 I yer's plea that four negores, scheduled

companies here are busy repairing; to die In the electric chair,, '

STATE NEWSNews and remodeling properties, Including had been tortured into confessionof .... .t !< \ 1J.
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LIVE 1 \.t\ ;" ,"
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several apartments, hotels and murder, halted the executions .\, .:, -;: } ';";"",
dwellings. Realty officials state shortly before the UnUj marches .

of Florida in Short Paragraphs that approximately $100,000 will be were to begin at Raiford State 'or" ',... '':".c) ("'" \,'. : .
,
J spent on such work in its plan to !I Prison Monday. D.V.. Perkins,

Increase and Improve facilities, for Jacksonville, the attorney- claimed

high class accommodations before the negroes had been brutally mis
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- ---- -- -- --- -- January 1. A promotional campaign treated by Broward County officers

WHITE ROSE QUEEN IS O. K. to bring people to this sec and others and forced to con -

BED AM nrE.G.Linduerisdls.Imra > PALATKA-Mrs. Eula E. Dunn tion from the North will be carried fess they robbed and killed Robert:.

) half white and half has resigned her job as mayor of on at an estimated cost of from Darsey, Pompano fish'(dealer
rose $15,000 to $20,000. These activities -
line runs down Pomona because the town council
, The dividing l have awakened Interest in real estate BUREAU COSTS LESSTALLAHASSEE.A
Federal relief for Improvement '
spent .
and even the petalsi money b'v'c:
i the stem are evenly divided of an airport. "God and sales of all types of properties reductionof ove 2411

.g this line save the king!! The queen can are reported. $18.544 was effected during the Nf7IOUTA CURVE!

olor take care of herself," she said. She first six months of 1933 as compared

LEAK has been mayor for five years. CRAB "PINCHES" COIN: with the same period In 1932, TAM/AM/ TKA/L
STOP
IItWISG: GUM LAKE WORTH-Mrs. Woodrow in the state motor license bureau.

eLAND-I.. H. C. Rutter and Easton, young bride of Lantana, Officials stated that efficiency In M/AMt
down ALLIQATOK PAYS VISIT
fishing
,coIn Jacobs were when their HOLLYWOOD-Awakened when knows why they call the large all departments of the service had ,,, FLOQDAt
Johns River claws land crabs been maintained
I st his four-months-old on "pinchers, or increased. The
and a German police
it struck a snag sprung after one "pinched" a half dollar major items of expense In the motor -
the from his bed
fishermen drew pup pulled covers ,
j';,. The DeLand hole together Albert M. Cozens found a six-foot off her a few days ago. According; I vehicle department are salaries.
I edges of the to her story, corroborated by her I Total operating cost for the first
and ,alligator In possession of his front v
chewing gum halt
,bed It with husband she was on her way to the half of 1933 were J133.752.S7. The
The
this
porch morning. alligator
,i'e' shore in safety.SCHOOL bit a negro helper's hands and store when she stopped at the King financial report for last year covering l '
I flower where he works. She the ,
shop,
; same period showed ex-
\
BOOK INQUIRY broke three ropes before it: was
I the as- captured. '. accidentally dropped a half-dollar penses to be $152,207,42.
rALLAHASSEE-On she had In her hand and before she
Ltlon the of school -
that KING SNAKE WINS
could recover it a big land crab
a can be brought down mate- NAUGHTY PHOTOGRAPHERS picked it up and scooted under the EUSTIS-Several local sportsmen
'' legislative committee ST PETERSBURGPlainclothes were treated to the
;1)1' the building. Mr. Easton finally raised) spectacleof
stieatinR books used in Florida officers have been assignedto a section of the flooring, found Mr. a snake fight Sunday morningat

le schools has called for addai !- the municipal solarium on recre- Crab and took the coin from him. the Rogers Wells place on the

printing contractors to pre- ation pier to watch for amateur EustH Lake Shore Drive. When

t testimony photographers said to have taken CITIES TO MEET the spectators arrived the king

pictures of nude women sun bath ST. PETERSBURG-This city snake already had the situation

H.\IU>EE HONORED. ers by attaching cameras to the will be host to the League of Municipalities well In hand, having subdued the

'IVE OAK- Recognition was end of long fish poles and hung September 23 and 29, mocastn sufficiently to begin swallowing y ; z G wl. Ate +r ,

a given the eminence of Florl- over the walla of the enclosure. when the city officials from over him, head first. Both "
\
statesman when the governon'erence the entire state will meet for their snakes were about the same length ,;, ',j

holding Its annual meet- TEACHERS ARE SAFE annual convention. A general -five feet-and the mocaaln seem- t ,

In San Francisco last week WEST PALM BEACH-Circuit check-up on results of the 1633: ed somewhat larger than its con-I .ELI'LL gQ. THE LAQGEST FLOQ/DA '\. :,t

ed former Governor Cary A. Judge C. E. Chilling-worth has heldin Legislature and what those results queror. While closely watched, .STdAIVBEeeY ceoP ; ',

dee, of this city, to serve his a decree here that the state law mean to Florida cities, will be a the king snake continued to get I "TJLOJS/DAfS MAT/O/ML ON JBECOJB0 / j ..'"

h consecutive term as secre- requiring employees of the state main feature of the convention outside of Its prey, moving its head .
i '
of that organization. and county to be residents of Flor- program. Bond questions and city from side to side to advance along: MUMC/PAL LNKS933 VAIVAT/OM

ida for two years "Is inapplicable: debts remain the most Importantcity the body of its victim then press- Ct/AMP/OM X2.800,000

SO NEW RESIDENCES to persons employed to hold positions -' matters to be discussed at the Ing shut its jaws wiggling down Its
AMI BEACH Permits for length to crowd Its food downward.The .
In the public schools, such asa meeting. Bonded Indebtedness of '
new residences have been Is- teacher or principal." Florida municipalities has been the mocasln continued to struggle The distinction of winning the Shortly after leaving Miami by automo- ti '

here this year. In 1932 per- the center of almost all of OttLeague's grass and holding back. The king National Public Links Golf Championbile via the famed Tamiaml Trail, one is '
issued for fifty-nine and snake would at times brace itself
were LATE CHRISTMAS PRESENT activities for the past two particularly impressed by seemingly anachieved
Permits and try to the ship 11th Annual Tournament, was
931 for fifty-three. pull writhing tall ,
FORT PIERCE-It's the middle years. It will undoubtedly con endless stretch of road as straight as an
red a majority of the new right up until the last two inches COL. R. L MILLER of
cost between 10,000 of the year, but a Christmas pre- tinue to occupy much of the of its tall by Jackarrow extending for over 21 miles. Were ;
will It
ta$1 ,OOO, with two above the ent mailed to a local resident from League's attention. It Is felt that twlngllng its disappeared.tall around tufts kept of sonville, in July, 1932. This feat brought it not for a very slight curve near Miami

WO mark. Permits also have Mukden, China, has just arrived. Improvement the financial conditions i straight, but once found It necessary the James D. Standish Trophy to Jacksonthe Trail would have a single straight

Issued for six apartmentand The package was mailed by one of in hand of with the certain cities must technical go handIn Im- to wrap its own coils under ville for the 2nd time. It also brought ad- stretch well over 30 miles in length. +
Uncle Sam's soldiers
two hotels, the latter China to a relative here on, and duty arrived provements in city governmentthat those of the moccasin and pull the I ditional honor to R. L. Miller, who, beDuring the past season more strawberries -

ut$100,000 each. in very good condition. The have become most :necessary grass loose. The king snake paid cause of his achievement, was elevated to were produced in Florida than '

no attention to its audience untilIt the rank of Colonel the of time in history I From December
by
rtTV U.PERI'\ITEND..Y. postmark showing the date it at this time when city finances governor any ,
rHIV FINA HCHOOli l'I."L STATfB.T FUNDSadfnrd was mailed was not legible. must be'carefully watched. had disposed of the entire lengthof Kentucky. Col. Miller defends his title 1932, to May, 1933, a total of 2,085 cars

OF mi County>TT, for the month of Its enemy, when it seemed suddenly this week in Portland, Oregon. Floridians were shipped, which does not include ,
to realize that It the
"ltla.9nerrl;. Rrhcial Knndawlal TO ELIMINATE TIPMNOTALLAHASSEE FLORIDA SAVES MAN ter of attraction and wriggled was rapidly cen-- will watch his performance with keen inhome consumption or amount shipped out

Tax Srkool ItlmiTtttrluiUnc -J. B. Sullivan,, WAUCHULA to live in the .t rest. of the state by.truck i
moccasin inside
I .1.....dDdrletIHut. said Florida or he would Aot live at all, away-with L ;;
commissioner -
1'11.' 1 state hotel It.France. ''
.
". April .________f2'pti !*?.!!! leading hotel and restaurant own- I R. H. Campbell, Birmingham capitalist Italy la In advance of other Eu- The United States purchased Its Cashmere, Damascus and Shir as l

,fill daring during...month..ontll_._.__ 1.704.70 8J87.3; ers who met In Jacksonville to discuss i' began quietly surveying the ceded Canada to EnglandIn I ropean nations In the production cf I first submarine from the Inventor,I I are famous for manufacture of Attar '. "'ll!

a May 1______._____ 72.68itlt adoption of a recovery code, 'state for a desirable location for a 1763. raw silk. Holland, In 1898. of Roses. ,
No. a their em 'I home and investment. Last weekhe .1:,,
advocated
.t Lt have placing __ t ii
!9
April I __ a
-
? decided the Peace River Val-
pti during Tnonth-... '88.87 ployes on shorter working weeks on 1 7T ? rwgy.V'&fe
'torn during month***. 6,93 with a flat scale of pay and elimi- ley and closed a deal with the J. G.I
"M May 1--. 13.85III.t. 'Anderson of Wau-
Realty Company ;
!II... S nation of tipping.AGREEMENTS. ..
Iran April 1_- -29.87t chula. The transaction Includes i
rte t during month-__ ;129.19mm ,1,800 acres of fertile farm lands
during month._-. 61.44 FLOW ON I V9 _
where lie will develop a ranch and, ,
" N... 1 erect a modern country home. Im-
don April 1________ 48.10itn office of the NRA, in the district
during month___ 402.63 office of the bureau of foreign and provements InClude setting an 9ar
lets during month.-... 236,31 acreage to citrus fruit and the raising Q
119.22 domestic commerce last week an-
''" Way L ?-
of blooded .cattle. Frequent
Dl.t. >'... 4rt nounced 2,637 agreements had been '
'< April 1, __._____ sales of farm lands in the Wau- UNTIL VIE LEARNED BETTER I ; ,;
received during the day affecting '
ipu during month___ 1.78 chula; section nave been reported .
.nt> during; month.._ 8.78 9,172 employes. The total agreements ,
raft Mav 1..__..__..c_ 9.OdDl.t. received by the bureau to recently with interest steadily increasing Until we.learned! better, we used to mix wood and steel in. our oar \
N. 8 In this of Florida
rift April 1______.._ 1.18 date was announced at 5JX32 at- type bodies wheels. ..
pt. during mooth...__ 17.77 property. i" and But the state of the art '
Iota during month, 91.6 frxrtlng 21,735 employee. It waS the best way to make bodies-then.
Iran Slav 1. _____?__ ".97 TOMASELLO SIGNS t
l>l.... 1'11.' .. 7 advanced. ;
I
rp April I. _.__._____ RAILMEN RETURN TO WORK TALLAHASSEE-Only the signature has to make an all-steel body than to t ;
''pu I during month__- 87.68 JACKSONVILLE Four hundred of President Truman G. ut courser it is more expensive
mil during month.__ 6.72 : to it. The better way in- ,
of the Florida Senate is nail steel panels on
local Putch now
of the
nc. lay 1- ._ '0." and fifty employes .rffilSriS:
NO. 8 Seaboard Air Line Railway shops needed before the "lost" legislative SKi of several millions of dollars tor new dies '
Aplll..t:
'
draft __._
6.36 cars' ,
?
Pt. dnrlns month"in -___ returned to work last week afteran resolution proposing consolidationof change very costly. Cars especially large expensive '
during month.__ 1.93ntt enforced lay-off of sixteen days. the offices of county tax assess which renders a this because the dies '
May I_________ 8.28 in small volume, cannot afford F
Hint.o.. 10 k The shops, it was announced, will rand collectors can be presentedto which are produced alone explains why all- r1

drift April Lu_______ 1.78 operate on a four-day week, basis. voters for approval or rejection cost as much for one 'oar as for a million. That ,
'aPt', during month..-. 11.90 remain all of the< Bit the 1934 general election. Peter all ,
Imo during month__ 7.09 They will open steel bodies are not used in cars.
ere May 1 __.______ 6HIM. week, but the work Is to be stag- Tomasello, Jr., speaker of the trom the beginning is to make a good car better.
I
ore April t No. II__ gered to give employment to the< House of Representatives yesterday But our basic policy :

'" during month.____ S7.41 largest number. signed the measure, which ; it
mta during month____ 8.24 ame to light In a legislative workroom r XegaForeexampleTwhen we discarded wood-steel body construction was ,'
'e May. 1 ..______. 89.17 after having disappeared thousands of acres of the '
still have soma
Hint. No. 11: TOWN NOT SATISFIED lacked wood. We
-r. April t ___ !rom the batch of approved bills. not because we the wood r
anew to
use
BEACH-Although up
MI during. month_ 118.83 MIAMI I # best hard wood in America. Economy would urge us 4 4c'
i''during month___ 4.18 postoffice building was openedin PAYS NO RENT all-steel body. But we deoided that + ;
w May" t .__.___ 52.46 Miami Beach less than three CANAL POINT Since 1928 it first, and then adopt the better
ntNt. No. 13
aft. *Prll 1 ----__ 279 months ago,the Chamber of Com Charles Davis, a Georgia negro [ \ quality was more important than expense.We '
'
"
during month____ 3.3'lrlnlf campaign fora for and against before we made the change.
has launched a {
mu 1II0nth___ 8.17 merce who came to Florida to pick beans, weighed the reasons
aft May; a ---- 7.67 new Federal building here. The las been living In the trunk of a We could see only one reason for retaining a mixed wood-and-steel body I.r

!rift Aprllr, 1 x.o-16 1 Oil present structure, privately owned hollow tree near here. bt metal on instead of welding an all-steel body into a
--- t the ,
Itadnring month 18'RO and rented to the government, was --nailing G'
*141.11dIlr rlt"1I' month=:: 7.96Drat. built at a cost of $10,000. The O. 11 ._ FH strong one-piece whole. That reason was. it would be oheaper--tor us.

_______ 1.84 A wood-steel
these:
-... i7f1. Chamber of Commerce claims It is Our reasons for adopting an all-steel body were '
'f.Anr not suitably located and that park- structurally than its wooden frame. In all ; !
durlng moath.= = 2.80 ATLASThe body is not much stronger '
111(1 CI 1larltll'.month.2.88_' .47 ing in the area presents a traffic t American olimates, wood construction weakens with age. Every used car lot ,
problem.
mat va.'i9pr0April1 a-. tgives evidence of this. Rain seeps in between Joints and the wood decays. ,..

I ----- 6,79"t Standard Oil !\, not be of steel construction. ,+
and yet
duringmmonth w 20.17. MANY FAKE NAMES q A car may have a metal surface

May 1------___ 1.48 TAMPA Discovery of more Tire Guaranteed Under extreme shock or stress the steel body remains intact--dented perhaps ltd
.t ;
end
rtn on
.k'.or Feed registrations
than 8,000 illegal
.
e Y.. :1 not crushed.
1Pr..eaa but
WI n April\ 1. -___.__ .un ,the county registration books was One YearFrigidaire Wood is fine for '
ot.durin6' month.___ 1.62Frro.e : reported today by John Dekle, supervisor Steel does not need wood for strength or protection. a

'''' !II du r 1 nlf( month____ of registration, who said furniture but not for the high speed vehicles of 1933. -
) 566,76lurq ,
DI: a and 1. had been summarily removed .............. to squeak no seams to orack''or ; It
I. ; j 10. 238.35 the names 1 In the Ford body there are no Joints ,
------ of the Illegalitywas
atIduring when proof
month __ 17'.18 .
a month___ established. Dekle said that leak.
to t"
) to
..bl.t.1hy Yea ---sad-------211I. 411,153 by the time he completes the workof The all-steel body la more expensive-to us, but not you.

pteduring Aprli .-_ 488.14 checking all of the county's sev- By all odds then, steel bodies seem preferable.

"slI during' mnnth.month__ 121.18 enty-threa precincts he expects Wheels also have become all-steel. No one argues that an e1eotrically.welded
Itay I 191.71 that upwards of 12,000 names will the three year guar- wheel needs to be"strengthened"
-
------- wheel-Buch the Ford .
t-- as
'f April DI : .. 18 have been* taken off the lists. one-piece steel

n. dllrln:! month----__---_ 14.18 44.50'.4I1ri anted electric refrigerator by adding wood to it. .

""lIIay 1 C montb___ DEER FOR BAIT The one-piece all-steel body is the strongest, safest quietest most

'''by entih ihit Ise forego* BOCA GRANDE-"Soak your for making them. ,
ate" durable body made. That is our only reason ,
r'nInlir showing b1anc.. at bait la beer," is Jimmy Wallington' 1 '
a"d the endln* of the formula for making fish bit*. t!
ab ota and of
ted.
'Ipr.IIld an i dwarrant. brad Walllogton, flshla for tarpon for For gale bySmith's

or*, .month. correspond with hours without success, saw Itp,1S'
".*, r t "" '"=. and l. true several Wll- August 7th. 1933 "
and George
'Bd (,. > he.t of my knAwl- Dr. D. O. Fugate
.'.o. ;:' I also certify that helm getting a strike every time ;
"orl..1 '' Hat of all County overboard.
crab Service
Inr tossed a
1 tbo the balance In they;
.'t Web, .' the month herey Growing curious, he asked how
feel, It the amount of learned they had
'Y... "' T each such De- they did It and
r ?.,il 1 taunt of Interest accidentally broken a couple of bottles StationStarke
e 'Inif raid month the crabs in
beer among
of
't dat ttorjr on account
.nce or time de- their bait container. Walllngton Fla.
,
b1 I.IIJY t d this J9th clay of borrowed one of the beer-soaked I .,.
later pulled i
crabs and five minutes
A ;So -.. 1Ir at
C hundred-pounder. .
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PAGE FOCTt BRADFORD COVNTS TELEGRAMI, STAEREFWIUDA
ZAVGtsTl! !: : 1...

Commissioners IIF TERMITES ARE AFTER YOU them. Air circulation Is especially All the
County I How
1 : People Had
d-
Make A HERE IS SOME GOOD ADVICEAll Important: in the corners. In addition a Hand dIn
Up Budget
it is usually highly desirable

ocietvjrw After A Long Delay kinds of-methods have been to cap foundation piers and walli Building Nation's Credit Structure

with non-corrosive sheet of meta
usedto. get Into tbe social registerbut
(Continued from page 1.) allowing the edges to extend sev,
tbe termite! is probably the ; Banker Describes the Way Loans
Hinsorx chairman; J. M. ROilierL.. eral Inches beyond the piers 01 and SecuritiC '
first to eat its into it. Recent t
L Conner, Mallory Thomas, and news dispatches way from New York, wall. In some cases it Is advisable Ito Banks Are Based on the Hopes and Plans of

G. W. Andrews.The use timbers, joints and sub All
_ __ Circle Meetings Miss Middleton Honored state that the termite is quite plentiful ; Classes Values Dependent
,1 Baptist board was called to order by flooring which have been pressure on Public'sAbility
of the and
in some parts city
r- afternoon at 3:30( taken the chairman. and minutes of the treated with some wood preserva. to Meet Obligations
Monday : The following clipping as It is a voracious eater of cellulose .
NI o'clock. Mrs. J. M. Brownlre and from Friday's issue of the Tampa last regular meeting: and special It has no doubt eaten its way live.

_ c :3Urs. W. I.. Wall will be hostesses Dally Times will be of interest to meetings of July 10th and 11th into society as it Is no respector of Preventative measures, practlcec I By FRANCIS II. SISSON,

i'i: : Ho Circle No. 1 of the Baptist W. M. Stance friends: were read and adopted.The 'rich or poor, book or rug, mansionor when construction is being done, -Pd"nt n_:_____ '__m.r.n n_.___ -flnLe.s----...- nn A..nnft,---.---. :." _ri.WO'A ,rh ,
.flr."
: .' S. at the Weeks cottage at Kings- "Mrs. Lloyd Abbott entertained board Instructed the clerkto shack. are inexpensive and easily appllec I !: be de-
write L. T. Dyer, county agent and if put into practice will mate' CREDIT may Informally peottheationrt tun
I-1 LaTie.
Jey last night at her home, 910 Emma '* .
serving Bradford and Union Coun- Florida folks are well acquainted rlally lessen the toll of $29,000,000;) as future hopes, plans ployed, while wage. and<,
.. :A ; $ t Circle No. 2 will be entertained Street to honor her guest, Miss lalll1l1
and good Intentions converted into wereteady and
.. ties, requesting that he give three with the termite but usually call annual termite damage to farm:a generous ,
1Ihle!
;; a Mrs. L. G. Powell and Miss Etta Madge Middleton of Starke. Lavender
by prices of
successive days each week to his it the waite ant or wood louse. Old buildings in the South. present purchasing commodities were ItroI
Tlson at the same hour. and yellow was the color and while '
various duties In this county, and residents were wise to its ways _l __ power. The the minds of the PeoPle
11. All members are urged to attend. motif and in the fifty games prizes I ir' farmer, the manufacturer were dominated by
request that he notify the clerk and were not bothered with it much, The men of the Upper Soudan I confluence.
:tk were awarded to Mrs. J. W. Short, h .
t what three successive days will be as they built their houses, cabins, are remarkable for theirhel&ht- t Great Chance Came to
Ih.
high score; Mrs. Ralph McCottery, L merchant, t h 'Iio.
.
: Hazel Fields Celebrates most convenient to him so that the and other structures clear of the six to seven feet. Then suddenly, almou,
Mrs. V. B. Wells and the visitor. home buyer, the ai j tbt
43
Dirthday Anniversary necessary publicity can be given ground, which permitted plenty of sun Itself had lost pan t>i Its Jj J
WMZ' purchauerofhousehold itoj
"Other guests were Mrs. J. H
.1 It same. light and air circulation beneath .VOI'ICH OF ELECTION ty, everything changed Our
Saturday afternoon from 3:30: to Fisher, Mrs. W. A. Bartlett, Mrs. them. Moat termites travel markets fOltln]
made and
Motion was duly carried I, W. K. Middleton mayor of the failed and
_w.-: r' \ 8:30: o'clock, little Miss Hazel Earle McNab, Mrs. C. C. Foster, that deputy registration offi- through dark, moist places under City of Starka, FlorIda. by virtue 01( goods, the Investor dustry slackened. A disappeared rapid t
Miss Marie Wells Mrs. authority vented In me by law, da and the speculator drop
Yi4 Fields was hostess to a number of Ralph foundation all kinds. of
I cers in the county be allowed buildings or through commodlt
hereby call an election to be held 01: all borrow valuellll
#r her little friends at the home of Keene, Mrs Alton Braddock, Miss twenty-five cents for each person walls so they may return to the the city hall In the aforesaid city by In. The earnings of business
'I Dot Schlllng, Mrs. Harry Colson, the qualified voter on Tuesday _ at times. They tj.
_ her grandmother Mrs. Laura Powell registered for the special electionto ground to their nests and for wa Unemployment developed
,
September 13, : for the plan to W.
I Mrs. R. B. Mrs. R. T, Davidson 1833 purpoHe repay
; W # the occasion being her fifth Mackey, be held October 10. ter. In case they cannot find a ot electing: the following officer: with the earnS and salaries went down Dom iu.
..
., birthday anniversary. Mrs. E. O. Manaker and suitable will build One !Mavor. .. markets brnnk. Fear
'. __ \ I Bond of J. C. Prevatt as member passage, they a Two Aldermen. i ln c of their became tw
Mrs. T, Frank Carter. P. H. SlalOM
_ Many interesting games were of the County Board of Public Instruction small continuous tunnel, like that One Clerk, Treasurer, Tax A.He.a., crops proceeds eral. The securities markets oecin.

: ::1 played on the lawn and Mrs. Fields was presented and ap of a mud dauber, around the Impenetrable fir.One and!Marshal.Tax Collector of the sales of their goods Incomes panic-ridden as the prices >r toch
Recent Bride HonoredLast
and bonds
;; : was assisted In entertaining the proved. material. Tha clmplest Inspectors of said election T. D from their wages and salaries or their withered to fraction! III

t.-I. little folks by Edith Jones and j Friday evening at the home Mike Maruca appeared before way to prevent termite damage is Rlckenhacker, Fred A. Scott R. A: profits from the resales of their securities former values. It I\'al th,

:ei Miss Elizabeth Holllngswortb. of Miss Mona Alderman, the Intermediate the board asking for relief in the to take proper precaution before New,".n. at enhanced market values, greatest disintegration or numQ
,. in testimony whereof I hereunto plans, economic
) : Late In the afternoon light refreshments B. Y. P. U. entertainedwith protection, grading and maintenance construction commences, states subscribe my name and cause the: each as the case may bs. condition nl
I values
r' were served. a miscellaneous shower complimenting of a certain road. The board District Forester C. H. Schaeffer HOHl of the said. city to be hereunto' The greater part of these various worldly ever witnessed!

::, Many lovely birthday gifts were Mrs. W. O. Tison, a recent took no action as such matters of the Florida Forest Service. fixed\. D. thiN the 8th day of August/ forms of credit Is obtained by the right These through destructive the changes Mt

t received by Hazel from her little bride. pertaining to roads are under the Buildings should be constructed 1933.W.. E. MIDDLETON, Mayor borrowers directly or Indirectly ues of the loans and qualities and TH.!

t friends. Beautiful garden flowers and supervision and control of the high enough off the ground to per- Attest through the expansion of the loans) the notes fnveatminu!,
pot and securities
County Bond Trustees. mit free air circulation beneath CAHI. JOHNS, and Investments: of the bank It is in tie
plants tastefully arranged were City Clerk. 8-ll6t,8-8| I banks. Business men and
C1 :Woodmen Circle Meeting I used to decorate the home and Mrs. Margaret- Norton.- having- this which creates the notes, securities turers could not repay their tnanuUt-
ft and In the Cots
many games were enjoyed duringthe moved from the county, was stricken mortgages port to the banks as due !
; Tuesday evening at the Masonic Many gorert.
folios of the banks. The banks
,R. evening.A from the pauper roll beginning are mental units and
Halt the Starke Grove Woodmen corporations 4.
i 1. I FAVORITE able to extend these loans because
Circle held their short musical September faulted the payments on their bondi
; regular meeting. program was people deposit money with them.
The clerk was instructed to
w In the absence of the guardian, rendered, Miss Frances Hemingway 'l Even under the best conditionsthe Property underlying real emu
make amounts to
:Urs.: Beulah Mrs. ; accompanied at the piano by payable Viney mortgages became worth leiS tbu
Hunt, Vonda E. Wilkerson plans of a small percentage of
Lee and Martha the face of the
,
pay- RECIPESOF mortgages. Tha
,. I.. Ionian Miss Mona Alderman, "I Love borrowers mar
the sang
; presided over meeting. go wrong through mistakes -
able In future to Dave Gunter whois ket values of standard securities t became
41 '. You Truly. I hard luck or dishonesty, and
After the reerular business session
caring for them at the present.The less than the banks had pau
_ ,4 Mrs. Inman read two letters Mrs. Tison, wno wore an attractive payment of $5 00 per monthto the judgment of the banker in such\ for them investments or accepts

:.. to the grove, one being from her- evening gown of beige satin, C. II Pardee for the care of J. H. cases Is proved by the after eventto them at as collateral for loan,.

edt as district manager, announc- was presented the lovely gifts by Romaine was discontinued, and hare been at fault. Tbe losses This meant, in fine, that the tUll

.. ing her membership campaign honoring little Miss Peggy Ann Wiggins who said amount was ordered paid to z.:;: BRADFORD COUNTY caused under such conditions are ty of borrowers to carry out thitu-
ordinarily fully met by funds set
Mrs. Ethel Hollnay, national brought them in on a wagon. Mrs. Mamltf'' Mead of Hampton, aside out of the of ture hopes, plans and good into
earnings the
banker, who will pay her official Late in the evening delicious refreshments who is caring for Mr. Romaine at bonks for just this Lions that I have defined above

_ visit: here in October in Mrs. In- were served to the fol. the present time.Applications HOUSEWIVES'I not affect the depositors purpose and do the basis of credit, had becomi Impaired

_ raan's district, and each member of' lowing: of Mrs. Pink Thorn In the vast majority of money.cases and to a far greater extent thu

the grove as well as the entire district Miss Elizabeth Holllngsworth, ton and Mrs. Dove Holder for pau- FAVORITE CAKE RECIPES In the overwhelming volume ot business had ever before occurred In the o

.1 have pledged their support toMrs. Miss Julia Tison, Miss Marie Tison, per allowance was laid over until Involved tbe confidence of the lion's history The resulting loin.

I Inman.. Miss Jewell Gassett, Miss Clarice next month. could not be absorbed by the buki
Food .banker In their customers and the
Mrs. LaRocca national Gill, Miss Marie Stafford, Miss Angel Cake Fudge Cake alone out of the normally implt
president' The application of Mrs. Harney confidence of the customers in their
I ....- ,will also make her official visit to Sally Thomas, Miss Eunice Wil- Forsyth for pauper allowance was One scant cup of flour sifted before Four squares of bitter chocolate, own ability to carry out their plans funds that had been set sold

:\ Florida In January, and Miss Myrtle lams, Miss Mae Mersereau, Miss refused. measuring; one and one-half one cup of sweet milk, one-half cup and obligations to successful conclusion against the expectancy of a ceruli

_\ Cramp, state manager of Florida Frances Hemingway < and, Paul Motion made and carried that cups granulated sugar; sift flour of sugar and cook this to a'thick are wholly justified. ThIs inevitable percentage of bmnu

_ _. F : is putting on a campaign in Raymond, Leslie Biggs, Joe .Edwards Mrs. W. A. Feeler, now on the pauper and sugar together five times; paste. Is the normal economic situation plans gone wrong..

,, :her honor and the Starke grove Hugh Walters Charles Fender roll, be allowed an additional twelve egg whites, beaten until Cream one-half cup of shortening, under which credit adds"- to the welfare Banks Showed. All Rcsioniblt Can

...:; :hopes to be honored with a visit AlKay Carlisle, William Crews, amount of $1.00 for one month. frothy, then add pinch of salt and one cup of sugar and add two eggs and progress of society. It was In loans and Investment!

prom Mrs. LaRocca as well as Mr. and Mra. W. O. Tison, Mrs. G. The Jacksonville Typewriter one level teaspoonful of cream of eggs one at a time, one-half tea- whose values thus became so itforeseeably
P.f Raymond Mrs. O. A. Wiggins tartar; beat until stiff, but not dry. spoon soda, one teaspoon The Faith ol the Banks
_ _ pther groves of the district. Company offered a specially built baking Impaired. that Hi
;: I i Mrs R. A. Thomas and Mr and Then gradually sift In sugar and powder, two cups of flour, ,one- Such was the structure of hopes, banks
.. Friday afternoon Mrs. Inman typewriter torsale to the board to In all confidence, in all toot
I Mrs. O. W. Alderman. flour and fold in. Add one teaspoon half teaspoon of salt and one-half good Intentions and common confluence
7f >vlll entertain a few members of Allowances) $-1,200.01 faith In all humanly reasonabli car
,. vanilla and otijf-fourth teaspoon almond of milk with In one another that existed
cup one teaspoon of) and
the circle at ber home at a benefit be used for general index work in good Judgment had entrust
W. M. S. Circles EntertainedBy flavoring and six teaspoons of vanilla. all classes of the
among nation'
t .. Viewing party. the clerk's office and for auto tag the billions of dollars of deposit
: The next regular meeting will be I Mrs. Struth work in the tax collector's office. cold water. Pour into greased pan Bake in layers for 25 minutes. community life when the series of customers entrusted to them.
.
--, .c of great benefit, and It is hoped I Both circles of the Woman's Offer was refused by the board. and put into cold oven and gradually Put together with Mocha icing. I economic shocks began to shake the Those loans and Investments Sunder ,

; that each member will be present. The board instructed the clerkto bring temperature up to 400 Mocha Icing nation's social fabric in 1929. The all normal condition, as ion

L :. ;JMra. Florence E. Canova will be Missionary Society of the Metho- get a signed statement from C. degrees and bake until cake comes One-eighth pound of butter, two people had deposited billions of dol-- as gold itself. Indeed, if the bank

II-i : :the chairman hostess for that dist Church were entertained Monday U Stockwell, conservator for the away from side of pan or about 60 cups of powdered sugar two teaa- lara with the banks because they instead had filled their vaults wilt
afternoon Mrs. W. H.
meeting. by Bank of Starke, to the effect that minutes. spoons of cocoa, and enough strong had confidence In them. The banks gold bars, and then some unknown

-( Struth and daughter Miss' Kate be at all times carries sufficient Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, coffee to make a fluffy Icing' had loaned large volumes of these i cosmic ray had transmuted tlem

c Struth. Starke, Florida. Mrs. W. A. Bessant Jr. deposits on farm and home mortgages Into lead, the results would ban
t ovEr wo Red radiance and red zinnias bank burglary and robbery Insurance -
.. roses Starke, Florida. and on notes of manufacturers been scarcely more startling tbta
to fully\ protect the
arranged In baskets and county Devil Food Cake business men and finance con., the depreciation that was caused I In

__ *"" NERVes bowls, formed the colorful decoration funds now deposited in the said Two-thirds of Crisco Marmalade Cake corns, and had Invested in the standard the assets of the banks by the an
; cup one
J : t.. In the where the bank as trust funds. watch
living room and securities of the nation's corporations foreseeable economic forces
The clerk one-half Ups of sugar, two- One-half cup of shortening, one
was instructed to assemble -,
guests were seated. state and local governmental permeated and debased them
-V".J The subject for the worship servIce -' all possible data and get as-' thirds cup of cocoa and one- cup of sugar, two eggs, one and units and the national government The Inevitable result was lIst<
half cup of hot water, two tea .on -halt cups of flour one-half
Umates and recommendations relative teaspoon
itself tH
was "Attitudes of Christ Toward because they bad when tbe banks urgently needed
Women," and this service to refunding road and bridge spoons of baking powder yolks of each of soda, cinnamon, confidence in the citizenship and tbe money they bad entrusted to tboij

! was conducted by Mrs. J. W. An- Improvement bonds of the county, three eggs, one: cup of thick sour cloves, aUspice and nutmeg. One- business conditions of the nation. assets, ao that they could meet to]

drews. The lesson stated that until some of which are and have been 'milk, one-balt.teallpoon of soda, half cup of buttermilk, one-half Their mortgage and other loans unreasoning demands of their depositors

: Jesus' day the learned men, For some time in default. The said one teaspoon of vanilla, two cups cup of marmalade or citrus preserves I to owners of farms aggregated 18,. they could not gel II bEt

with few exceptions, had little esteem Information to be ready for presentation of flour, one teaspoon of salt. one-half cup of chopped pecans 500000000. Loans on urban real estate It was not that our banking ivt-j

for women in matters spiritual to the board at its regular Cream Crisco and sugar, add cocoa one-half cup of candied fruit were $4,000,000,000. Loana to tern and methods were of tbe'

matters educational, matters meeting the first Monday in Sep- mixed with warm water, beat (citron or orange peel). Individuals secured by U. S. Government selves weak or reprehensible sp n|

I political or matters social.. tember. en yolks, then sour milk, flour, Cream the shortening and add municipal and corporate from the rest of the life of the t

I I The topic for the program was Routine and current bills were soda baking powder, salt Mix ingredients the sugar and well beaten eggs' curities totalled 111000000000. tlon, as boa been made to appear.

"The Place of Women in the and add vanilla. gradually. Sift flour once before Loans to Industrial and commercial It was not that our banks 'III rj

paid.The FillingOne measuring, then sift flour enterprises in connection Incompetent v\\
Church," the leader being Mrs. L. board ordered that Warrant again with the permeated with

A. Davis, who was assisted by Mrs. No. 3886 made payable to W. H. and three-quarter cups granulated and spices together and add alternately production and distribution of the dishonesty or with lower standing

E. K. Perryman, Mrs. A. W. Anderson Williams as witness fee in Case, sugar, one-eighth teaspoonof with buttermilk. Then add I nation's infinite varieties of goods of) business ethics than were

r 4 : -- --- and Mra. W. E. Middleton. State of Florida vs. Taft Ellerson, salt, one-half cup of warm wa- marmalade, nuts and fruits. Pour amounted to almost 119500000000. ether forms of human activity wit

___ jt ; I VTp TO')'OlD'' Mn In w.rs> During the social half-hour Mrs. be cancelled, and bank'notified to ter.Cook Into well greased and floured pan Investments in Federal, State and which their own fate and activities

)i r very nerre at hlgfc' Ututon. Struth served fruit and stop payment on same, and new sugar and warm water till and bake forty-five minutes in municipal bonds were almost 16,000- were inextricably Interwoven, III]
punch wa-
!*. wonder \ It forms a soft ball, then beat Into moderate oven. 000,000, and in corporate securities almost seemed at times, there tr M
11L. warrant in the amount .
add bark iW1tbswu: fete, and was assisted in serving of $8 CO be the w
three conspiracy
egg whites which have Sour 111,000,000,000. a concerted national
her Issued in lieu thereof.It orange, kumquat, llmequat
Watch anti by daughters, Misses Kate and
I OverworkedSMTTIH been whipped stiff This great credit structure lead to believe.
and
while hot or was our people
r_ _ ; mar lead to SleepteaBMSJO Leah Struth, and her little granddaughter was ordered by the board thata add twelve grapefruit preserves alone or built while the The fact of American baM'
marshmallows country was at great
cut in combined
h BMSJO, Nervous Haadaeb. NarrZndJcestioa Fredrlka Edwards. meeting will be held on August may be used in place of In tb
small peace, while the farms and factorieswere It shared fully
pieces and beat. Ing Is that ]
_ ., ..! and boat ** Attending this meeting were 28, A. D. 1933, at 10:00: a.m. at the the marmalade and candled fruit. Hazards of
Mrs. T. N. Kendrick. productive while the nation plans and hopes and ttj
.
1IDP1euan'cIoQ't tUstiirbsuMswi, Mrs. Cora
Mrs. W. A. Besaant, Mrs. L. A. Davis court house in Starke, Bradford Jones, when U
and the
world
provided great active American people.-and
w:7: yoa try Dr Mftsafcrv Starke, Florida.Orange .
Miss Amy Coburn, Mrs. A. D. County. Florida, and that at such Heilbron Springs. markets for their while the banks carrW
_____ *)e B$ NtwiM Tobbur "A- outputs tbe plans went wrong
.Tost on* fa a half O-UM eC Coburn, Mrs. A. W. Redgrave, Mrs.J. meeting the board will hear any Rock Cakes earnings of all kinds of enterprisewere their share of the burden sod sat
1 Ui''. tnaka W. Andrewa, Miss Florence complaint of any property owner as Mahogany Cake of theSayitwithFiowerJ mlsforlon
? ". at pfoosani.. sp rku large while the working peo- fered their share,
y An* drink dcUcfcttaOy oathfaic Wood Miss Olive Ray, Mrs. T. Olson to the values as fixed by the county One-third cup butter, one-half One-fourth pound of butter, one -

rto awr-tUtd nama Mrs. W. P. Smith Mra. W. E. tax assessor' and accepted by cup sugar, two eggs, three cups of and one-half cups of sugar, two ..- J -I

Dv. lillea* ItarvtaM fa no* Middleton, and Mra. A. W. -Ander- the said Board of County Commissioners flour three level teaspoons of baking eggs, two cups of flour, one cup of STOP ATVIOLA'S : :

w.i 1 t.Msxl* fa two.fosiuai-Liquid sad son. and will hear any and all powder one-third teaspoon of ,. sweet milk with one level teaspoon :
_.ryeset I Tablet. Both IU.. salt
reasons that may be given why grated rind of two oranges of soda dissolved in it
one
_ th Mm ooibfay effect. VIOLIN RECITAL said valuations on real and strained juice of one orange. vanilla teaspoonof ..... ..._.... p4__ s*-I
any or one-half
personal teaspon of
LOO at yow drutt pt4 .. salt,
Miss Anita Courtmanch will present estate should be changed. Cream the butter and sugar, add two squares of baker's chocolate. For For AllOccasions I

I ''J I:. .MII.. E'S' pupils In violin recital. August There being no further business the eggs one at a time, then salt, Cream butter and sugar, add Good Sandwiches Flowers

12 at 3:00: p.m. In the High School the board adjourned to meet Mon flour and baking powder sifted together eggs. Sift dry Ingredients j
{: togetherand ...
_ 'lt B auditorium. A cordial Invitation Is day August 28th, A. D. 1933, at also the orange rind and add alternately with milk. This '
T I. N' extended to all who are Interested 10:00 a.m. juice. If this mixture is too thick will make two layers. ICE COLD BEERAsk

In music. No charge for admis add a little additional_ -1nlr---- -OP. a-. -m...- flUlag For Our Price on Cases GERTRUDE GODDEV Ij

sion. I Bloomington, 111., preens Itself as tie sweet milk, but the cakes must I Mix two squares of baker's choc A4.lol.lBK ANDERSONPhone

1 the birth of the Republican party. be stiff to keep their shape. Place olate and one-fourth Sinclair Service Station
pound of
In little heaps In a greased pan and melted butter Where. Y Get. Waldo, FUrVKTHCR
*
then add Your Omm ana 39
.{ ''HOW WOMEN bake In a quick oven about ten one poundof A..orl. I

CAN WIN MEN I THE minutes. cream confectioner's to form sugar right and consistency enough .

Starke Dry Cleaners Mrs. H. M. McRae. and one teaspoon of vanilla. .
} AND Starke, Florida. .
N MEN WIN In complying with the NRA Miss Elaine Edwards, A

Miss Myrtle Reddish
I I has locnnaved! the salaries of l"r Me..Down Cake ,
; The the employees 20% and short Starke, Florida. _
Favor
of Other Three
_ Men
__ I r .- I,. ened the working hour. By one-half eggs, one cup of sugar, -
of
i: f ..: Unl4" two pints of bile j Juice -;;p;ot them to nt rid .1 tUa pol.o. that shortening; the hour, It nrcmmlUt cup of flour cup pineapple juice one Pound CakeEight

... _ flow oally from your liver into d..t ro,. your pvnonsl ........ Ttor .... the nnplojlng' of two or one teaspoon of bake eggs, one pound of sugar,
I : :your lowelu, your' food decays in do It for U.., only wo.. out UM tall nd more lag powder, one-third teaspoon of one pound of flour
vmployrmTo ,
- ; )bowols. This of your bowels. Bad that damn take salt, four slices of one pound of
:your poisons canned
_ I. whole! body. Movements your hard &w., noutrh .( Ui* d_Twt po....... Cosnut'M ; tue t the above requirement pie, one-half of pineap butter, teaspoon of vanilla, and
get brown
wont h&lp at si I.Oulr .I. cup sugar, one teaspoon I.
- and constipated. You get yellow S fn (flow of rant fcll* JUM! will *, and deal fairly with our and one teaspoon of vanilla. baking powder.
tongue, yellow skin, piniplos, dull top this d_,polsoa la you .......1..Thon competitor the prices of Dry : Beat eggs until light Cream sugar and butter. Add

1., ,iryes bed breath bad taste, gas, mild mattsblo ......1.1.. which starts Cleaning WM raised to conform 'adding gradually one egg at a time until full amount
) dullness headache. S fr.. flow of TOUT bilo Jiilo. .. Carter'. sugar. Add pineapple juice, Is used
You have and
add
f be- flour _
and
with
thoaw
.
LlttU U..r Pills. No alonwl. (maraurr) of GalnconlUe and vanilla and dry .Ingredients baking
sifted
come an UKly-lootdngr, foul-smell- In Corte,'.. Only fia., mild *o,*tablextracts. lavckaoovllla.Wo together. Pour powder sifted together and vanilla.
.4 ,ir>K, sour-thinking person. You If yon would brine .bus.. your Into cake pan Mix thoroughly. Cook FOR INFORMATION WRITCa
b'i have lost your personal charm pwsonsl .h.... to win ...a, start takla hope the public will ap which has been generously greased slowly. THt MAN.CARE OH
CEMENT SERVICE
____ Mrs. A
____ F. B.
Johns
_ Carter's Llttls U Pills with ,
Everybody: wants to run from you. r aaeordlng to preciate the abate facts and butter, the slices of pineapple ASSOCIATION
dlnottoM today. tM at draar..10.... Starke, Florida. PoRTLAND CEMENT
.. But don't take salts mineral a.,.... ""soiiMrthla just .. nod", fop It patronize the arranged In It and brown sugar SERY "..* ..........Allans oe.1 .
r waters, oils, laxative pills, laxative 5y nlloo..n ..tho...aJifretnm. .Ak sprinkled over the fruit.
: candles for Carter's LlttU Lt. r. Pllla b, nrmoand Starke Dry Cleaners Next week the Telegraph will
or chewing and Mrs. W. B.
gums .., Mundy. Jr.
what you ask for. CteUC.t: :0 print Favorite Pie Recipes-.end
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Watchmaking, Engraving and :Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan and National Guard Enjoys UNION SERVICES AT :

Jewelry Repairing. Not the cheapest sons Edwin and Harold who have .rilESUYTERIAN ClIfKCH NATSEZ } : : I

but the best. S. Q. Lewis office been guests of Mrs. Jordan's sis Banquet At Local Cafe : .: :

of three doors from the lOc Store ters. Mr N. T. Ritch and Mrs. T. Sunday evening, August 13 the t.

Starke, Fla. J. Griffin, returned Sunday aft (Continued from page 1.) Baptist Methodist; and Presbyterian Well folks, the first of the Yo'':1

ernoon to their home in Oveido. Ing and evidently knew "what It' congregations will unite in a month is over but I'm still getting .111 :

Eye Glasses and Spectacles lat. was all about." union service at the Presbyterian grief in envelopes through the malL It, "

weal Nev est styles frame best lenses: Friends of Mrs. J. D. Doyle who The text of Lieutenant Long's Church. A cordial invitation to at. For Instance ,\ \\1

cheaper price; better work. S. G. has been a patient at Riverside address which is Interesting because tend this meeting of Christian people this morning n<' i

Lewis, three doors from lOc Store Hospital in Jacksonville for the it gives a brief historical Is extended to every man, woman came a message S ;

Concerning Our People Buiinett and Starke, Fla. past month following a serious operation sketch of the company here was and child In this community.Rev. from some of \1." ,

Progress of the County and Town. will be interested to know as follows: J. J. Johnson pastor of the the higher ups S S S' 1

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Andrews and that she underwent the second op. Baptist Church will be the apeaker that I would : t'l!!: '

son John. of Hampton have moved eration Tuesday and Is reported to "The National Guard was reorganized and he will be well worth hear. have to weigh f it [If, ,'S lir: "
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be getting along fine. la Starke February 11,
L- out to their summer cottage at ing. every piece of _ I \ ?-
and have continued to
1920. we
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Bessie Colson of Brooker was a Mrs. T. A. Brinson of Hugh was I I Kingsley Lake for the remainderof Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Miner and have a National Guard company MRS. ROBERT S MOIUUSO.V cotton goods In ,. t: I i :, I _
the summer.H. my store and l'', _
visitor here Tuesday. In Starke Monday visiting hei daughter. Miss Pauline, of New here since then. From February S'' .
Funeral services were held Sat- slap a tax on it i. _
daughter Mrs. Hulda Corpening. Smyrna spent last Wednesday 11, 1920 up to August 24. 1927. the I .:.
._, P. J. H. A. B. urday afternoon at 2:30: o'clock. \. t. ,
Is In Gainey Kelly.
Mrs. L. D. Vining Troy night In Starke. en route to Newton National Guard company In Starkewas '

visiting relatives. Mrs. L. L. Newton and Mrs. B. B. Surrency, H. H. Howard, M. P. N. C., for a visit there with organized as a rifle company from the family home 18 Lewis That may t! !j
Ala. Avenue, for the late Mrs. Robert hound easy' but I 'i
Mattheny and S. M. Mott of the
Williams of Gainesville have been I relatives. They were accompaniedto and had -an enlisted strength of
I Morrison, who passed in a let me tell you there are plenty ofroitiplientioim. 4' t, ..
Brooker section ( away
M. Pettit of Alachua was recent guests of Mrs. Lois Johns. were attending to North Carolina by Mrs. Miner's from 60 to 100 men. On August __
A. Take ;
ahlrtm I have
Urs business here local hospital Thursday after a 1" 1\\
Monday.Mr.
24 the here was
Mrs. Laura 1927
mother Powell. company
Tuesday.
visitor bere to weigh the shirt and subtract the ,
a brief Illness. Dr. D. H. Rutter t'I I
Miss Adelia Forbes of Jacksonville ... changed to a Headquarters Com '
;
and Mrs. T. J. Griffin who -- pastor of the Grace Methodist weight of the button; on tennis. .. L ,(' :
_
G W Roberts of Lawtey was a J Is enjoying a visit here the C have spent the past week In Rochester CARL JOHNS ANNOUNCES FOR pany and has functioned as such Episcopal Church, officiated at the ahocn. I have to weigh the .shoe" land : j'',. .

here Monday. guest of Miss Marjorie Stump.Mr. KE-KLECTION AS CLERK since then. deduct the rubber cotton and '"' .
business visitor N. Y.. where Mr. Griffin services and Interment was madeIn ; on l

was under the care of specialists. "As a Headquarters Company of the family plot in Evergreen wool mixed punts- well, you figure l'. ,t Y..

Joseph E. Wilson was a business and Mrs. Owen Dyal and are expected home Sunday. I hereby announce myself candi- a battalion we are charged with cemetery. that one out for yournelf. It's already t i"l" .//1'
date for re-election to the office of and intelligence .I :
Saturday. children of the communications
visitor to Jacksonville Jacksonville were in Pallbearers Included Bob Smith got me plucking at the bed "

Starke Monday visiting relatives.J. Marlon Williams left Sunday for city clerk. treasurer tax collector for the battalion of whichwe J. M. Robinson, Tom Adams, W It. covers. I I' J.:
subject to the action of the votersIn _
of Lake Butler wasa are a part."Therefore \. r
0 Brown Robinson Francis Hei and W.
H San Francisco. Calif., where he will me r ,
business visitor here Monday. Ray Colley of Jacksonville visit his uncle and aunt Rear Ad- the city election.to- be held September you can see that Davenport.The ( Now folks, It shouldn't take you ': JJj .,.

spent the week-end here with his miral and Mrs. Y. S. Wlllla 8. He 12, 1933. the men in this company are funeral was one of the most very long to figure out that nl1tur1'.' 1.' _

H. H. Young and son Theodore parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley. will enter an electrical school there Have only held office for one not only taught how to use the largely attended services held in ally this tax la going to make the -1'j' ..

business In Gainesville Saturday.Mrs. August 14. year term and have atrlved to rifle how to drill, etc., but are I St. Augustine In some months price of cotton goods go upnot .' 1. 'j'
please the citizens In every respect. also taught things that will be of but '
Miss Frances Hemingway returned there being a large gathering of only the new stuff that which 'I.,
Frazier! Shaw of the State Your vote and support on September use to them as a civilian. I already have In the store. The ': ,I,
home Friday from a week's Miss Evelyn Stump and Miss relatives and friends present to I _
12th will be sincerely appreci "For the first time since the National ..t '
Farm was shopping! here Thursday.Tracy visit In Gainesville with. Mrs. E. D. Alice Fernandez returned home ated. pay final tribute to one who had letter says that I must begin the ; I r 1 !______

Tenly. Friday from Tallahassee, where Guard was reorganized in endeared herself to all with whom weighing process immediately afttA: '\ )" _
W. Baker of Lake Geneva If re-elected I will continue to be i Starke, the Starke company 31 "1 'I
they have been attending summer she came In contact. The Sew- er August so'pretty soon after lj

was a business visitor here Thurs- Mrs. A. F. Sauls and Audrey school at the Florida State College on the the past.job and give service as in brought back with them this year Awhile Sewing circle of which that you will know what to ex ; i j" ."f V i
from field training a trophy ,
for Women. camp the deceased was a member pect. ', ii 4'
Bedley spent the first of the weekIn CARL JOHNS. were \ .;
for excelling all other companies in '
day.C. Ft. Lauderdale visiting Mr. present In a body. The floral offerings ; .
}Register of Lake Butlera Sauls. Bill Sherrill returned Monday to POLITICAL the State in the performance of were unusually numerous However I had an Idea this f 4)) ANNOUNCEMENTTo
visiting friends in Starke Mona certain training. This is the trophy morning that I thought might be f t f I i,
> his home In West Palm Beach from the Citizens of the Cityof it is the Remington and lovely.A ,, : __
)'. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns of a week-end visit here with Paul Starke Florida.I we won solo "Safe In the Arms of Jesus worthwhile passing on. Why not \. ,I ,
trophy given each year to the Na. buy all the cotton, stuff need II.i., '_ _
Lake Butler were in Starke Wed ; Knight. He WAS accompanied homey am a candidate for the officeof was beautifully rendered by you ,
Postmaster S. A. Bryan of RaiJford nesday visiting Mr. and Mrs. W.,H. > Paul who is spending this weekas City Clerk Treasurer and Tax tional Guard Company having the Mlna! Daisy Wilson. soprano of Memorial now and are likely to need during ,. :. L '.

was a business visitor here Green. his gufeat.' Collector for highest proficiency in rifle mark- Presbyterian Church. At the next few month* before Au- ,i I .l Jt
the City of Starke,
esday. ___ ____ I Florida manshlp. We are very proud of the request of the family ladles gust 31. In that way you'll be '
subject to the voters of
this and as I have said before
Miss Leah Struth of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. George R. Powell said City at the election to be held trophy. present sang "Rock of Ages" helping yourself and I'll have lots. 4 5

Mrs. Mamie Ward of Jackson- has been enjoying a visit here and son, Bobby have returned to Tuesday September 12 1933.I it Is the first time that a which was led by the Rev. ClarenceW. 1 less stuff to weigh. t3 .'
Starke a State
ever won
jrille was visiting friends In Starke with her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. their home in Newton N. C., after have served the City: In the company McDonald pastor of the Pentecostal '

ay. H. Struth. a visit here with Mr. Powell's past and promise' Iected to render trophy."A National Guard In Holiness Church. Mrs. Mor We sell|| Munnlngwear Hone and ,S ,, .

mother Mrs. Laura Powell and efficient service company rison who would have been twen. Underwear ,
and Mrs. J. O. Boyd of Minis during my Starke not only benefits its mem. Peters' Shoe and Hanover '
Mr. Rev. and Mrs. Laurie G. Ray of other relatives. term of office, and will appreciateyour ty-three years of age Tuesday was hlrtAI ,
pent the week-end In Starke with bers by the training they receive, born in Mt. Dora Fla. 8 -
Green Cove Springe were guests support. August r \ :
but also benefits the and '
county WHNN
ativea. Mrs. J. W. Jr. 1910. but had made her home In IIKTTI5K MOODS AIIM SOLOWK'lt.
Monday of Misses Amelia and. Andrews Mrs. W. C. A. FUTCH. .
city'in financial From February .
a SKI.I
way. Tunas '
Olive Ray. E. Torode and Mrs. Effle Miner -I St. Augustine since a small child. s
Misses Katie and Virginia Fu- and Mrs. George Roberts of Law 11. 1020, to the present dateIt She was married December 24,

ate are in Jacksonville visiting Miss Mary Lee Wynn of Hampton tey spent last Wednesday at Jacksonville has cost the Federal and State 1928, Besides her husband she Is NAT STERNBERG
to maintain
$81,000
I LAWTEYO. governments over
relatives. was in Starke Monday visitingher Beach with Dr. and Mrs. survived by her parents. Mr. and
National Guard
i uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs.J. Earle Roberts. J. FhlllljM, Cor. a companyhere Mrs. C. T.. Silcox; a sister Miss
Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy and Mrs. i T. Quigley.E. in Starke. Where has this Agnes Silcox, all of this city and a Slarket Florida. t : ;ti :

[ S. Crews spent Wednesday in Mrs. J. P. Burns and children money gone? It has gone to the brother- Oscar Silcox of Philadelphia .
Robbery of Bradford County and the
IICksunvllle. J. RobertS Lawtey was a have returned to their home in At. people Pa.
.
Thieves Saturday or Sunday city of Starke because that is Desiring to Conform With President .'i ,
week-endguest of his soninlawand lanta, Ga., after a month's visit The Craig Funeral Home was In
. H. H. Young and son theodore( night, removed the glass In the where the members of the National Itooaevelt's Nil A the
daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. W. here with Mrs. Burns' mother and charge of arrangements.-St. Augustine Fol'S
visitors to Jackson- transom and entered the Lawtey Guard spend their pay checks.
were 1
foung.
Andrews, Jr. sister Mrs. Cella I. Manassa and Evening Record. lowing Price Schedule of .t t '
State Bank where the local 13 this
nlle Monday. Miss Mlna Manassa. building. Therefore in the last years -

Red Cross chapter has its community has received over $81,-
W. C. Townsend of Lake Butler The deceased was well known Starke Dry CleanersIS i
Capt. R. C. Heiberger of Key- clothing stored and removed six 000 from an outside source, an average -
president of the Farmers and Dealers Mr. and Mrs. Gus Beasley of here and attended the Bradford
lone; Heights was A business vlsi.r I pairs of men's overalls and one pairof of over $6,230 a year. NOW IN' EFFECT
Bank was a prominent visitor Goose Creek Texas and Mr. and County High Bcbol while she with
here Saturday.Mr. men's pants. "Gentlemen, the National Guard SS
I here Monday. Mrs.. Charley Beasley and two her parents were residents of I
here in Starke is -
small daughters of Lucerne Park company practically Starke and has many friends here Cueh Called for !' ,
and Mrs. M. C. Sweeney ofBfcmpton Road Department JmpronmentEmployes the only National Guard Men's Clothes I cud ..... e ,
Mrs. Gill Is were guests this week of Mr. and who to s
Fay spending several were grieved learn of her '
( ,
were visitors here Wed- I of the State Road Department company In the State which does .rvyD.lh.rrd ,
days in Jacksonville with her Mrs. O. L. Beasley. death. Suit., wool _______65o 750 ,. ;
afternoon.Mr. last week completed the not receive some financial aid from
fisday daughter Mrs.. J. D. Doyle at Riverside S Pant., wool ______350 400 4 ,
resurfacing of the state road
the county and city in which it Is
and Mrs: C. H. Driggers ofLake Hospital Miss Hazel Middleton returned through the city and north of High. located. The money that these other SPEED Pants. i.port40o 45o 4''j fl ;,.?
Friday from a visit In Madison Pante, wash .___25o SOo .
land where the road had
Butler were visitors here become companies are receiving from ,
Mrs. J. T. Moore Mrs. G. W. with Miss Rachel Smith. Miss Mid We drive so fast we cannot seeThe Linen Suite ...___OOo 6 Monday afternoon. dangerous on account of heavy their county and city Is used to ,
Brown and Miss Emily Kennard of dleton was accompanied home by traffic. grandeur we pass by, Over Coafct _*::ji6ffo "1 110 ,L
the to
make
belonging
Lawtey. were visitors here Tuesday Miss Smith who spent the weekend men enjoy The symmetry of hill and tree, ,.{d'( r 'j
J Prof. and Mrs. W. L. Beacon and -
the It Is used to '
company. purchase '
(
here her The tint of as Called for .l1i
afternoon. as guest. wondrous, sky
Ion [i Ladles Aid ; Ladies Clothes .. '
of Lawtey were visitors here Party athletic equipment such as, sad ih '
And when
(Tuesday afternoon. The Ladles Aid Society of GraceM. baseball we reach our home Carry Univerrd t'f't' j P.
boxing gloves, equipment. ,
Mrs. W. H. Dresses plain,. '
Betty. Green has returned home Tucker Mra Tom again.Itineraries,
E. Church S
will bunco
give a
from a visit in Lake Butler with Roland and little daughter Nan diamond ball equipment a radio or spent 1 piece __._,.,65 75c ,
Miss Elma Thomas of Green party at the old Methodist Church
to
her and and Miss Blanche phonograph subscriptions magazines We talk of Coat Suits, wool> '
uncle aunt Mr. and Weeks. all of glibly mileage made. ; : %
ftove
at
Friday evening 8:00: o'clock.
visitor here
Springs was a to have little
a *
\ Mrs. R. S. Johns. Newberry. spent Friday in Starke supper now And Just how fast we went. or silk ___._JRSa 75o ,' ,,
PV'ednesday afternoon. with 'Vnd and then in other words It Is used Skirts silk _.__
Mr. Mrs. H. L. Brownleeand _SS .4 's' ,

Mrs. James Shepard of Milliard: Miss Mary Brownlee. Locals to break the monotony of just attending There was a time when we could see Coat., plain ?,.....;.._6&o Ifto, vim l '
Senator J. Edwin Larson of Key. Mayor A. A. Grlffls was a business drill each week. The the ;
glory by road
Coats
Is enjoying a visit here with her with furf 1.00 $1.23
ttone Heights was a prominent visitor to Jacksonville Wed. "So in view of the fact that for The W..
Carl Alderman marvels of some Galilee, Light Sweater ,
son-in-law and daughter Mr. 'and and little son _.350 40e C

IIltor here Saturday. Mrs. C. A. Knight. Carl. Jr., of Baltimore Md., are nesday.Mendames R. R. Jones, Effle Miner the past thirteen years the county S Where Rose of Sharon glowed;; Heavy. Sweater, __50o flOo ,
and have been And _
this city receiving on an ere we reached our journey's 1 ,
spending week In Starke with
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Supt L. F. Chapman of the and Miss Beatrice Miner were average of $6,230 a from an endEnriching
year
Mrs. Claude L. May. who has Mr. Alderman's parents Mr. and We
late Farm was a prominent vislf shopping In Jacksonville Wednes outside source I am asking both contacts have the Nttflotla Interest"
found S'
been a patient at the Gill Hospitalfor Mrs. Q. W. Alderman at their of the '
and
the
r to Starke country civic Interest '
Monday. day.A the county commissioners and the Not merely streaks of distance ,
several days has returned to home on North Walnut Street. of
large party of Starke at .
young people hearty
city council to put In their budgeta And those we hurried round.
her home In
G. p. Wadsworth and C. A. Dur- Hampton. enjoyed a fried chicken supper and small donation each month to the
.
l 109 of Hampton were attending to Mrs. D. L. Silcox Miss Melba dance at the home of Miss Mada. National Guard of Starke. I don't The joy of life Is not in speed Signed, !fe .
Little Miss Fredrika Edwards of Silcox Miss Thelma Silcox and #"V .'i' .
ness here line Frigo Friday evening. Nor In the things we claim (
Monday.Mrs. care how small but I do want
you Starke
Jacksonville is spending a few days Misses Gladys and Elizabeth Williams Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Miss Debbie by some money contribution to sig.ally But In the beauty that we heed I Dry Cleaners .
here with her grandparents Mr. were in St. Augustine Saturday -
Clyde Crews and little Phillips were shopping in Jack And In the noble aim;
pughter of Raiford were visitorsere and Mrs. W. H. Struth. to attend the funeral of Mrs. sonville Monday. National that Guard you appreciate company having here In a The nations. that have turned to ''',"''''''"''''''''''''''''''''"'',"I"''' ''''''''''''....''m'''.,'""""""""",,,,,,,"" ,,S .

Robert .Morrison.\ Mrs. Morrison Friends of Mrs. W. dust
C. Wooten
Tuesday-morning. Little Miss Daisy Lee Dennis of will be remembered here as Miss will be grieved to know she Is seriously training Starke, the that men you are appreciate receiving and the All speeded in their day, PERL

Mrs. D. W. Kelly and daughter Fort White Is spending some time Mildred Silcox. 111 at her homo. here. that the that So let us take the time to learn
M here as the guest of Mr. and Mrs.E. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. of you appreciate money There is better Beauty
Lone of New River were Phillips and some way. Shoppe
your county city are receivingby
Mr. and Mrs. W.
C. Priest and family. L. Andrews and Miami were
bOpping here visiting relatives here -$ E. Searsin
Tuesday. having a National Guard com
family have recently moved here
Monday.Mr. .
-
Mr. and Mrs.. Paul E. Canova Rev. and Mrs. 1
eat Sunday in Jacksonville with sons of Jacksonville spent Satur. the Taylor residence on Cherry I children spent.Sunday Fernan- \VIL8ON IIEADM ICEIJEF Ne.< Week Oalr '

'" and Mrs. L. S. day afternoon in Starke with Mr. Street. Mr. Andrews Is an employee i Council Calls City i The State unemployment relief 44 'I' .

Young. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. of the Torode Chevrolet Co. dlna.C. Y. Mayo and''daughter spent Election September 12 administration In Tallahassee Wed. $2.50 ; I '

lIr. George w. Roberts of Law- the week-end here visiting relatives. .. nesday announced the appointmentof 'Make
ey J. Maurice Edwards of the State Mrs. A. H. Green Mrs. A. F. Joseph E. Wilson of Your Appointment e '
spent Tuesday here with Mr. (Continued from page 1.) Starke as ,
'M Mrs. J. w. Andrews. Jr.1IIss Road Department, with headquarters Sauls and little granddaughter Marlon Phillips of Miami was a Nick Thorn.. special police chairman .of the Bradford County 'I I NOW.

at Macclenny spent the week. Audrey Bedley :Mr. and Mrs. W. visitor here Monday.Mr. duty .. ______________,.___ 1.00 relief committee. I.

Mary Brownlee is In De. end here with his family. M. Wimberly and Freddy Wimberly and Mrs. II.\. F. Brown of W. 11:.salary Thornton for, July night..marsha __ _-_ 11.00 .......................""' ''''',.............,.......''',..,''',''''''.'..'''...III .4 i S

*ad> visiting her attended the Plee-ZIng stores ban- Tampa spent the weelc-end here A. !>. Alvarcs. chief of police. 107.00
OL uncle and aunt Get from S. G. quet at Jacksonville Beach last Carl John, city. cl.rk, alary 4Ip;
and Mrs. J. E. Futch., your spectacles the guests of his parents, Mr. and for July _____u___ ._______ 0.00 FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Lewis. All glasses guaranteed for Thursday evening. Mrs. a. W. Brown. E. W. ilay.. ln.D ctorclal Poe- .ro ;

Mias Geraldine Johns spent the one year. Office located three -- Mrs. C. R. Atkinson of Miami is Vincent election' jMvarel_-,I__Inspector___u____ 2.00 Our Muay Year Experience Make! It Possible for Us to Knder. .t _

''rst of the Week in Hampton with doors from the lOc Store. Mrs. James Kite has returned visiting her parents here this week. special. election ,___n____-_ 2.00 EFFICIENT, PKOMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE ''.{ '" EW '
? Sister home from a visit In Birmingham, Mr. and F. U. Hernlncway,. Inspector MODERATE PRICES S .
Mrs. B. '
Mrs. L. j. Cooke. E. Reddish of upeclal' I election ...._______ 2.00 'h'i _
Stricklandare Ala., with her Mrs.\
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. daughter J. T. Jacksonville visited here Sunday. Bradford County Telegraph DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY 1' i&
J. S. spending the week in Hernando Amberson. Mrs. Kite was accompanied Mrs. Lois Galloway of jkdvcfrtlelnic' tax eualxailon! STAKKE.
Howard
Searcy FLORIDA
and Marcus :M. _
and _
printing tallotilOSt
award of Dukes business with their son-in-law and daughter home by Mrs. Amberson Ark., i Is visiting her parents Mr. Mayor W. n. Middleton, 14 .

hors here were Mr. and Mrs.\ A. G. Ludwig. and daughter Lucille who will and Mrs. C. Dlnklns. ar....'. ___._______________ 14.00R.
Tuesday afternoon. spend. this month here with rela C. Bufor.l fire chief t Ji
Miss Lucille Plummer is visiting IIr.. and ratine fire ho..._ 10.00 -S
Senator Graha Black Miss Eva Fugate has returnedto tives. friends in Gainesville this week. Merrill McMillan' S II.... and
and Hon.
.5 Caldwell her home In Jacksonville after a Please hand the lading fire hoes----------- 1.00

'IS sttors l to of SUrke Jasper were busi- visit at the home of her uncle and George C. White of Tallahassee notes you wished correspondentany publishednot Wilbur ho. __Urlfrle____.__,__testing________fire____ '.00 WE ARE CO-OPERATING

dYeU la FrIday. :Mr. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. F, Colley. spent the week-end In Starke with later than Tuesday Chae. Darby, I fire._______... .Off
owner and editor of evening. Ja.. Lewln. a tIres----------- '.00
e Jasper News. relatives. He was accompaniedback We will endeavor to have same ,.:Idrld.. Roblnnon, 1 fir____ 1.00

Miss Lula Redgrave returned to the capital by Mrs. White, published each week In the future.NOTICE J. I>. (Urlffl. 1 fir_________ 1.00 _
('"lvJnJnhn., t fire._________ i.oo With President Roosevelt
Thursday from Tampa where she who spent last week here with her 0 I W.'B. Tatint, 2 fIr.--------- J.OO in His 4g

[NT 1A A visited her brother-in-law and slater parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Alder A. U Kmhr Jr., 2 fire._______ '.00 .

mm Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Marline man and Mr. Whites mother. Mrs. [ A. J. Griffls, county superintendent Qula-ley K. A. Winkler A Davle 1 fire lumber____and__ 1.00 NATIONAL- RECOVERY

J. W. White. of schools, says that on account .pltaeIf. *. ..___ _______ ___u___ '.811 PROGRAM Lj'
COLUMN Mr. and Mrs. William G. Struth of a shortage funds and L. Brownlee. bond trueteeK. 2.00

: and children and Mrs. W. L. Edwards :Mr. and Mrs. Jack Splney of one less teacher In the first gradeIn ( :.tf. R.DavlK?. do.! bond, ge.trimtee and oil---:: $1.60 3.00 An extra shift has been added BO that our employees _

1-IiALF of Jacksonville were guests Leesburg are announcing the arrival Starke Telephone Co..
ACRE Starke It will be phone _
of to
.WUalonary necessary s.rvfr.clty hall_.____.___ 1.50 are now working: a forty-hour week
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..StraWberry pi nth- from inounrntocJc Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. of a daughter at the Bradley raise the age limit for pupils entering .

free from gr&88l ready Struth. Hospital In Leesburg, Thursday school for the first time. If NEW FILLING STATION S 4wt : ____

,Itl $300. for ht.: G. W. S. Ware July 27. The young lady has been they are six: years old before Sep Work If being rushed on large

Grtbiogton Fh. 8-llj2tp Mrs. Henry Smith and daughter. named Virginia after her great tember 16, 1033 they may attend combination filling station and STARKE ICE COMPANY

<5ii" I Miss Nora, returned to their home grandmother, Mrs' T. :M. Hagan of school In SUrke this fall. show room being built for Riley ,
RENT-Ten
._... acre farm good la Bellevlew Saturday from a Hampton. Mrs. Spiney will be a Wasdin on Temple Avenue. The W. L. WALL ProprietorFRID.V

1111.wberry Starke. !all,,)' <"> -hl* mile week's visit here with Mr. and Mrs. pleasantly remembered as :Miss August was laid out by General construction: : will be brick and '

.1. c. Manning. M L. 8. Hutto. Gladys Andreu. i Oztethorpe, founder of Georgia. tucco.


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FARMERS SECTION Vigorous Plants ,

By ANN PAGE

GAINESVILLE -- Florida truck .. Ameuculs, do Dot r"aU .
Conducted by Demonstration Agents growers should set only the most WE fortunate we are to have all

vigorous of plants, M. R. Ensign the peaches we can eat .without straining .
truck horticulturist with the Flor- : our food budgets. Frequently in
71r
ida Experiment Station recently England they cost a shilling apiece.
I This ushers In the real peach
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explained! In a radio address. Runty season and (It li- the time to enjoy

Root-Knot And Ants vegetable plants, just like runty them in all the variety of way in 1 ,
RURAL pigs usually prove unprofitable, which they can be served: whole
Should Be ConsideredIn he said. sliced In tarts or pies shortcake
gelatin deaaerta and Ice cream. The
COMMON SENSE I
Making SeedbedsGAINESVILLE.Truckers He urged growers to take every woman who likes to can her own

By SPUDS: ":JOHNSONFALL :. precaution In growing their own peaches can alao begin to do ao either
plants or to secure stock plants this week or next. Pickled whole
should from further north. The setting of peaches like watermelon rind, are
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.' GARDENS, STARTED consider root-knot and ants as: weak spindling plants or those delicloua. ITia vinegar, sugar and a
bag of whole
pickling spice
j c,, SOON:' SHOULD ME FOUND pests when they are making up that Hire disease-infested is usualya There la little difference in coat be- -
6 ON:' EVERY FLORIDA FAR f[ their seedbeds for fall crops, J. R.I I waste of time. tw.en good home made Jelllaa and : i

,I Watson, entomologist at the FlorIda those you can buy. If you prefer to
n Experiment Station, recently Partial shading and thinning of make your own, currants are here to
evidence !
In _
be
r should
Fall gardens the seedbed Important
t stated. were suggested as open the jelly season and their season
throughout the countrysidethis I factors in growing hardy U short I

fall. And they should be Root-knot is a disease caused by plants early. Tests made duringthe Here are the Quaker Maid Kitchen

!' y started as early as Is feasible and minute worms which live on the last three years show that a dinner menus. )j

possible, so that they will supply roots of many of the vegetables and partial shade of muslin or cheese- Low Cost Dinner )

fresh vegetables over a longer pe- truck crops commonly grown In cloth on slats will reduce the mid Veal Cutlets Muhed Potatoes

riod of time. Gardens have been Florida. These worms called nem- day soil temperature about ten de- Scalloped Tomatoes

q llfesafers recently, and no farm atodes, will bore Into the root and grees to a depth of two Inches. Chocolate Bread and Butter

a'i' .i family should be without one thin secure a poison which causes the Since light and heat are too Intensefor Whipped Evaporated Pudding Jlllk

fall. The fall garden will supply root to swell, and the plants to the early plants, this shading Tea or Coffee Milk

c,, r, vegetables to be used fresh, and turn yellow and die. Young plantsare is well worth while. Medium Cost Dinner
I
Y canned for use more susceptible and should be
be e
s,1 the surplus can As soon as the plants have Cold Cuts Vegetable Salad s- ao
pt in time of scarcity. The family given a free start In the seedbed. reached a good size they should be Potato Chip e
will be assured of plenty to eat, Newly cleared land Is practically: Currant Jelly
J
thinned. The weak
spindling ones
to obtain It always free of nematodes, but Bread and Butter
and the cash output
will be pulled out and the others Peach Shortcake
sandy/ land which has been plantedto
will not be so great. will be given room to develop into Coffee (hot or Iced Milk
; It Is true that summer gardensdo truck crops for several years is
'vigorous specimens. Very Special Dinner
not and cannot carry a very nearly always infested. Truckers
In Flor who have an overhead Irrigationon Diseases and such insects as Watermelon Balls with Mint
i wide variety of vegetables
Roast
;, ida. Nevertheless, there have their old beds by plowing the root-knot should be kept out of the Beef Mashed Pan-browned Squash Potatoes
.
been numbers of gardens this sum- land and applying 600 pounds of leedbed. Soil-burn: diseases can be Grape Jelly I..

flier which have had two or three sodium cyanide dissolved In water, prevented by sterllzlng the seedbed Rolls and Butter w

.9"8 different kinds of vegetables wetting It down and then wetting toll while those diseases that are Peach Bavarian
,Il or more toffee (hot or iced) Milk
growing In them all the down 900 pounds of ammonium carried:: on the seed are controlled of CfatlR3i:

time, and nearly that many different sulphate. Hydrocyanic-acid gas will >.y disinfecting the seed with 1 to ,. eRe. Aar

kinds available for table use atAlt be formed, and persons should I,ooo corrosive sublimate. If prop- Your mother'll forget what she QOAROIAH) AH6CLS.

__. times.___.n.. There are some crops. leave the seedbed at once. This e r care is taken not to reinfest the said. Mine usuallv does. Half the ,A.. AITtu\ "-
treatment is rather but seedbed after soil sterilization and 'Z
which will grow and do well during expensive, time she doesn't mean it. --I
the hot weather. It leaves the soil rich In nitrogen; seed disinfection, seedling disease
thus damages will be prevented. "No, my mother won't," Eddie means what she and -
But the hottest weather will be phosphoric acid and potash says some every few minutes. But I most more, and will be
and the fall garden only need be added for fertilizer. answered firmly. "She doesn't lay times she doesn't." And off James firmly do believe In meaning what I you a more auc
over soon, down the law often but be- shambled. cessful parent If you are not
should certainly be started as Seed may be planted In ten days very you say, and having a good mindof the
ph promptly as possible. There are a after the treatment. On very stiff Hints To Housewives lieve me, when she does, she means What a contrast between the your own.Occasionally vacillating, half-a-mlnd type And
soil more chemicals should be mothers of these the matter of discipline will
number of crops which can be used HI""Oh two boys, and you will change t be
planted in August, among them being while on very sandy types a smaller : well, I'm groin. My mother how much better the effect of your mind about something. In much easier and pleasanter and
amount will suffice. Weekly from Home Demonstration told firmness' !II everybody will be happier.
lima beans, cabbage, carrots, me not to. Said she would th&t case it is wise t, explain to
Growing velvet beans or Crota- Specialists, Tallahassee spank me If I did but she won't.At don't believe In your boy or .
cauliflower, celery, collards cucumbers nagging chil- girl Just why you
endive kale, lettuce, millet larla will destroy nematodes, but least," hesitatingly, "I don't dren; and I don't believe In giving did so. Jpj More than half of Poland's Important
4 several months will be required. SOLAR WATER HEATING think she will. Sometimes she perfunctory orders and 'Your cities are on tie Vltula.
: mustard, pepper, white pota- rebukes j I children will respect you Klver.
Ants cause a loss by carrying off Some system of water heating
toes, radishes, spinach, squash, tomatoes -
and turnips. the seed before they sprout. Those that will Insure a plentiful supply;
be In the bed will be killed with hydro of hot water la essential not only to
c The garden should well pre
cyanic-acid gas, and all ant hills good home laundering, but to
and well fertilized before the
pared within 50 feet of
the seedbed shouldbe healthful and happy home living.
are planted. Applications of
crops
treated with sodium cyanide, to
Hot water is the most Important

1 { stable made manure to the or garden compost plot shouldbe to end .In form the the center gas. of Simply the ant punch hill a hole and requisite to personal cleanliness. It '!
Increases the effectiveness of :
i the soil and add life to it. soap
rich
pour in one-fourth pint of cyanide and decreases the quantity re- ,je ::: CH
Commercial fertilizers should be EVROLET

1 4 applied In addition. contact solution.with This the should roots not of valuable come in I fats quired.and oils Hot upon water which readily cold loosens water iiK,!

4 Control of Insects and diseases plants. makes little Impression..
I : will be more difficult with the fall I ..
{ garden than with the spring. gar- Red There are many types of heatersto < : ..
Whitefly
den. These pests have had time Fungus be used In the homes, but in ,-

p to accumulate during the summer, Good For Control Of i Florida by utilizing the rays of the S. \,.

r and are quite apt to give troubleto sun and using a solar water heater, "

the fall garden. However, they Sweet Potato Whitefly we have one of the most inexpensive tA t

y Er ,_can. be kept under control with a methods for heating water for 2Z6

"little spraying or dusting. VIgilance GAINESVILLE Red Asch domestic purposes. In some partsof

is necessary. ... .. k ersonla or red Whitefly fungus may the state this solar water heater
also Infect and destroy the sweet has been operating for more than -_.
An early fall garden, a winter
potato Whitefly, says Dr. E. W. ten years, and still functioning to 'Pw"!'<<"-
garden, and a spring garden should
Berger, entomologist with the the satisfaction of the owners .
p be the least in the way of garden-
State Plant Board. Splendid Most of these solar beaters are
Ing that will satisfy Florida farm
growths of this this home-made and be installed at
fungus on can the
families. _,_. widest
*. whitefly have been observed, neither small cost. Records of tempera by

has it been found at all difficult tures kept for eighteen months on /1 margin *
GROWING MOIttQ CORN to get it started by the applicationof home-made solar heaters showed

OKEKCHOBEE The largest fungus material mixed In water. the highest temperature reached

I erop) *corn ever grown in Okeecho- A most convenient way to get the to be 191 degrees F., and there .k ,

bee County is now being harvested, fungus started la by the use of were few days during the entire .
reports County Agent C. A. Ful- pure cultures obtainable from the year when the temperature of the < in its history
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ford. Farmers are' preparing to Plant Board, here.A water In the storage tank did not
raise more meat and lard for home culture consists of the amountof reach 120 degrees F. I rr.f
use', and In general the live-at-
fungus that be
In
can grown a The design of the solar heater is
home program is making fine pint wldemouth bottle and shouldbe
very simple. It consists of an absorber -
he said.
progress sufficient for treating an acre
and a storage tank with
of sweet potato vines. The chargesare cpnnective pipes. The water circulates -
yIf August is the month to start the
dollar
>A fall garden. Gardens have been a one per culture and directions through the coils in the absorber -
!* are always supplied. due to thermo-siphon action.
boon to thousands of farmers and AAltaISIUMBER
That Is, water upon being heated .
city residents becomes lighter and will rise to.a
1 years. Canary Islands is five centuriesold.
higher level If a circulating system -

f I Portland is maine's chief port is provided. 'The storage tankIs 2 CAFH .

and has a large steamer tourist The quetzel a brlllian green provided. The storage tank is

+ traffic. bird, is the national emblem of placed higher than the boating element -
a I Guatemala. (absorber) so that cold water
NUMBER 3 CAtt1 1kit
The present emperor of Ethiopia S will replace the hot water from the

i has progressive and modernistic :Man eating tigers are usually old absorber when circulation begins
; ideas. I|tigers. The water will continue to circulate -
In the system as long as thereIs OTNEII ill Boied on the lot..t retail regltfrolfon Aga,. from It L Polk &

a difference in temperature between Compony (all doles for five full months"" ). Since January flrrt

And the Worst is Yet to Cometmf1 --- the water In the absorber Chevrolet hot told in excess of 370,000 paueng.r con and frvelu.

and that In the storage tank. A

bulletin with specifications on this

solar water beater can be obtained

I from the State Home Demonstration People have come to expect Chevrolet to
Department, Tallahassee. economy Cushion-Balanced to blot out
lead the world in
PS
automobile sales. But this
l -Virginia P. Moore. vibration full of snap and vi altogether
year Chevrolet has done even more than that. the most efficient engine in the
low-price field.
The Wise Mother According to the latest available figures Chevrolet

Firm With Her ChildBy :.' alone has sold almost as many cars this year Then there's Syncro-Mesh with Silent Second,

'tff. as all the rest of the low-price field combined I the Starterator. Simplified Free Wheeling the

HELEN GREGG GREEN ,f., Octane Selector,long,parallel-mounted springs-
When a car looms above its field like that, there more advancements
National Kindergarten Association than we have space to
,a 'T'f; can't be any argument about it. It must be describe And Chevrolet
prices are as low as $445.
HALF A MINDA i :
1i' an all-round better buy. And that's Don't
exactly
N 1 A little school marm was speak. 'i guess-buy from the leader. Get a car that

.a e yl : Ing to the mother of a pupil about :;;:{-. :.. what Chevrolet offers you. Fisher bodies, with has been proved sound and dependable by more

her son's poor work In school. the new ventilation system and the strongest owners than any otter automobile
t buy.
"Well," sighed the mother, "I 1. and quietest body construction of the dayCHEVROLET you can

; really don't know what to do. I've ., solid steel over a sturdy hardwood frame. A :MOTOR CO.. DETROIT. MICH.
tr 1 1'T' told Ronald he'll have to stay away All,.,.... I. o. b. '11.." .
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valve-in-head equip.
six z-
s"q.S .. : engine, unapproached for ,.ndA. Sp.oO "
from the movies this week and d.Iha.d,.,..... .. N.I. c. tws1..
a S .4' / study, and I've half a mind to stickto *5INi. l alone M net enough. .

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Half a mind! There lies the

aJ trouble with many mothers. .

When :you're a half-a-mlnd mother _J __
your children soon find it out -I,
and when they discover the fact,

how your discipline will suffer!! A OINIIAl MOTOIS VAIUI .."
: I recently overheard two boys

talking:
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,"Come on. let's go swimming"

-:: James Eddie coaxed.grinned, but shook his Torode Chevrolet Company

head. "Can't. Sorry t! But Mom

said 'Not today!f"Aw

E shucks, Eddie come 0111! SIARKE. FLORIDA

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:west from bearings true north-south ao It is not and safe east-for.1 New Auto Tags

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you to line your new fence by a I VACATIONS J'

Jnow fence in the adjoining section. I ,

Jlielther Is It safe to run your own Bring On Suit
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-- lines with, a pocket compass. You, I tt1. (m.! ;' Al

"fo;-wtrd-Bi to, into "T led, ml a Bflt tat, .y prtk-Pula llftlQS.rtnfrfl ] are not apt to know what bearing I

TilE LAND LIES they should have, and, besides,, the
; Ktfnl religious teachingdoctrine or Starke. Florida. needle does not point true north Injunction Sought To Prevent HEALTH
rl9ft 1'tfn .
FurchaiUns Safety Devise From
WIt. .(lJ. crwd. if they arc to hive any claim Aug. 1, 1933- and south In Florida.It .
I the love I loyalty and devotion of the people, must b* in harmony with Bradford County ls hoped that the explanation: Out-of-State Finn
I ;toon uachmzs of Jesus the Christ'whose words fit into every fold and crevice Telegraph. wilt to under' By Dr. ERNEST H. LINES ,
.ha Gentlemen given help owners
oftbe human he rt; azid of whom 'it "** laid m 101m 76."NEVER MAN Suit for a temporary Injunctionto ..*!* *AMStfritr...J Chief ..., -' DtrecurNeiel '
SPAKE LIKE Tth i&w'e.ton Many a farmer Is ignorant of stand the land division system. A .... LV. I.......- C..s9...J'' .i
square drawn on a sheet of paper prevent state officials from car
of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to naa this de the location of his land-the "decrlptlon" .
and first \
quartered by heavy lines 1
mnen'? for new of church activities, orpuiIzaUooa and announce : or "numbers" of It, and then each quarter made Into fourthsby rytng out a plan to use a patented CAMP LIFE

freely given and no charge made-the only requirement this failing often causes much "theft proof" type or automobiletag
:;;tI- Space light lines while the deed or la tke woods or on the shore. of some lake can be one of' '
? tb.t lUCk items reach this omen before Wednesday morning trouble and annoyance both to himself as the 1934 Florida motor vehicle CAMPING -
i being they cannot be handled for current __ and to court house officialsand tax receipt is by, will help them to license has been filed In circuit healthful ways to spend a summer holiday TILls is partiovlarly <
brwl "get the hang" of the subject so true of city onto workers who should aim to get plenty; of fresh ,
court In Tallahassee
-- Why It should be
= surveyors. that they can meortze the "num air and sunabiae, and a moderate amount of exercise during the two weeks ..

sT.\RKE CHURCH DIRECTORYFirst / from 30 to 50 years of age (see so, is hard to understand unless on bers" of their holdings In a section George H. Wilder, acting motor vacation usually allotted to them. r__________________
Numbers 4::3)) but Hannah vowedto the hypothesis that the owner vehicle commissIoner recently .
as well as the section itself When selecting a camp site, fo to
Baptist Church give her boy "to the Lord all thinks It past his understandingand The township and range should be signed a contract with Fortensbury .as that .Is free. from mosqultoe, flim Snake Bit* :

j. Judson Johnson, paator. the days of his life." there fore, "not worth bothering easy to remember. Brothers of Jackson. Miss., for use and other Instets which are not only Find oat what poisonous snakes1 ,

Sunday Services: When Hannah's child was born about. The land division H. E. LAGERGREN. i, of the device agreeing to pay five unpleasant but also disease carriers are prevalent. la the district you I

Sunday School at 10 a.m. she named him Samuel. "And when system is really very simple afterIt and one-half cents royalty on each and poisonous. Thea ehoose a spot Intend to visit, and learn something .

Preaching at 11 a.m.B. she had weaned him she took him has been explained, and I will tag. With two dissenting votes of ground high enough to be dry If It about their appearance aad habitat I .s

T. P. U., 7 p.m.1letbodti up with her; with three bullocks, try to make it clear. New River, Fla.. July 29, 1933. and one member not voting. the rains Do not sleep on damp round.. Rattlers, copperheads,eotton-meuthav .

and one Kpah of flour and a bottleof As every person has a mailing Bradford County Telegraph. Board of Commissioners of State Aa ample supply of woolen blankets or water-mooeasins, and the coral or v

Church wine, and brought him Into the address-postoffice, county and Starke, Fla.Gentlemenr Institutions last week: approved the should be provided, .. well as warm harlequin snakes an* dangerous.( Kid I| 4 ,'

\\V. F. Jones, pastor. house of the JLiord In ShUoah; and state-so each piece of land has Its deal and ordered machinery and clothing and sweaters if you are lag bouts or leather legging gire' 3J I

Sunday School, 10 a.m. the child was young." It Is thought address-(Its part of) section, I have though for several weeks materials purchased to make the caanpint la a place where the evenings considerable protection 1.1. snake .

Morning: Worship. 11 a.m. that Samuel was weaned and takento township and range, each unit to that I would write to you. but sinceI new type tag. may be cool.Matches bit* dON occur, don't 1 lo** your head .

Young People's Meeting: 7 p.m. the Tabernacle when he was be mentioned, none excluded. came home from the Legislature i The suit was filed by Harry-M. cigarettes and cigar itube Apply a tourniquet Just above the. Jf t1,

somewhere between three and five After acquiring Florida the gov- I have had so much sickness In my Burch of Tallahassee, representative should not be thrown away carelessly bite, remembering. to 1 loosen It for a ''tmomentev.ry -
Presbyterian ChurchRev ernment had to out the land home that I have not had a chanceto when camping In the wood. Carapaces
years of age. "And they slew a lay of the Kirton of fifteen mlnut BterUIlia C '
Company
George H. Lowry, minister.:: bullock, and brought the child to Into -definite divisions before it discuss the problems and the Jacksonville, and Charles Tag: H...John.on should whenever also be thoroughly leave the extinguished the skin sad out a gash courageously ,.

Sunday School 10 a.m. EU. And she said, Oh m/ Lord, as could be patented. Starting at Tal- work that I did during the session of Jacksonville, as taxpayers. Forest flree you Injuryand just above the bit with sharp :-'

Morning Worship, :11 a.m. thy soul liveth my Lord I am the lahasse a line was run south-the Just past. I feel like the work that In their bill of complaint. Burch camp.death have often, causing been started knife. Suction by mouth will help) .

Christian Endeavor, 7 p.m. woman that stood by thee here, "Tallahassee Meridian"; then proceeding was done there will be of great and Johnson asked that the state by careless camper draw off som of the venom, which '1 :

praying unto the Lord. For this east, at every six miles an- benefit to the people of our county. should not be swallowed or retainedi f fIn ,j ; '
officials be restrained from Axes and hatchet should be used
IIAWTEY CHURCH DIRECTORY/ First I to that I stood carry- the mouth. Get a physician ... '
other line south until want
child I prayed;. and the Lord hath was run say
Ing out their plans and claimed with care, for it Is all too easy" to out and have antitoxin .
stopped by the Thus of by the Governor and the administration quickly as possible,
which I asked sea. strips
given me my petition hand foot badly. Sterllli all
First Baptist Church they violated the Constitution by fc or for snake bit linn( if possible.Peopl.
I have land six miles"wide, were laid off 100 per cent In every measure ,
L. F. Chapin, pastor. of him: Therefore also pledging the state's credit and by euU, particularly those from rusty
Hev. services first and lent him to the Lord; as long as he and termed "ranges," consecutively that was passed. I considerthe voting to spend funds which were nails or old iron, to avoid lock-jaw going into localities where) -
Preaching; numbered from west to east. Andso debt refunding bill one of the snake obtain ,
liveth he shall be lent to the Lord. or other infection. are plentiful can a. 4
11 and 7:30 not appropriated by the Legislature :
a. m. p.am.
Ithlrd Sundays
And he worshipped the Lord we have Worthington In range major bills enacted and also the for that Firearm. supply of anti-toxin put up in small )
purpose.
there." 19 east, Brooker In 20, Graham In banking law which places a con- syringes ready for use. Alcohol Is not :. j
school 10 a. m., H. B. Aril The bill alleged that Burch of- The National Safetv Council reports .
I Sunday 21, Hampton in 22 and KIngsley In servator in a bank instead of a an anti-toxin for snake venom. Dot I j
il Thus Samuel was dedicated to fered to the state with that one-third of the deaths from
wood tupt. provide a
not It
I stood the truck depend on
23. Then a line was run east from liquidator. by
Prayer Service, 7:30: p. m. Wednesday the service of the Lord and a' better "theft proof" device for five firearms occur between age: 10 and 1' 4 4i
Tallahassee bill In fact I voted for bill
the
"Tallahassee ; every
10 and another 20 cent between
writer In substance, Hannah per
says, and one-half cents each and later i
that for the of the
Base"-and from was good
six miles
The
every 20 and 20. bawd exists
B. Y P. U. 6:30: p. m. Sunday. broke forth In a joyous song which reduced the offer to three cents ages: I
a
to the south of it another east-west line masses and not the few. I am not chiefly among boys and young men. This t. (A*Mtrct aa.*rt..oJ 12 .,
be regarded as equal
Grace l\L-ET Church may was run. Thus the range strips the man to be persuaded by the tag. It claimed that the Forten- Firearms should be carried only arid.( on Vacation* and lltallh.Tht .$ c :-
song of Miriam, the song of Deborah crossed that few. This was the hard fight that bury device, which the state accepted to the rules. If
Rev W. B. Christy pastor. the of David." She were so squares 6x6 according accepted fourth, on TH Open Road,
Preaching: 2nd and 4th Sundaysat or poems miles were formed, called "town- I had. Is an infringement on the :you don't know the rule, learn them will CI.....r tin pal oM: '/'

] 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. said" "My heart exulteth In Jeho ships," consecutively numbered go- -The local bills that I got throughthe Kirton patented device but Is Inferior before picking up a gun and trainping I. What should be done before
vab. Wha are the objects of our and will not fraud ,
prevent aa the field and woods. ,
mill the of the through
Prayer service Wednesday 7:30 exultatlon1..0ur.characters are Ing south, though each east-west were repeal assessor starting on a long automobile 1'

|p. m. beat shown by the things which row of townships had the same and collector's salary placing ] represented. Make sure that nobody Is In range trip? a. Is the condition of the ,

Sunday school 10 a. m., Mrs. number. And so we see that High- it back on a fee system, and when you contemplate using firearm, oar wore Important than thephysical

|Mary Moore, supt. give us greatest Joy. land lies In township 4 south, Law- also regarding your city bonds.I VI.EIIIs-HKI'OUTStarke and under.no circumstances point condition of tie divert t .

League, 6:30: p. m. Sunday. From hef<< persecution and misery I tey In 5, Starke In 6, Hampton in also wish to say that I did all Fla., Augimt.. 10.1S. gun at another person. Your victim ). In driving far, how often jj ; ,
Hannah had been saved by the 7, Keystone Heights In 8. Lawtey that I could to defeat the Speakerof n"pnrt of lit. Clerk nf the Circuit may never live to hear the all too should the driver stop for reutT i
kindness of Jehovah, Because I Court In and for Bradford County common and weak excuse ''I didn't
Starke and Hampton, while In dif the House In his stand againstthe Flnrlila on Recount of tnxea aiaemid ,
(SUNDAY SCHOOL rejoice In thy salvation. For thereis ferent townships all lie In debt refunding bill. for the P 1K3Z. know it was loaded." OovrrKbi" ,IMI,N. V. ... ..Co.I ,

none besides thee." range C. A..Kr.hulrr.I Tux Collector, _ _ _ _ p '
22 east. Yours truly, ( ....n.,. ProperTo + f
LESSONAUGUST And the love and care which C. C. BUTLER. balance due July 1 .___ .13,103.51 The most famous among: the !ISTKIt'H/ 'sLt S4r j
Hannah bestowed upon her child Then each township was divided Ity amount collected. .____ minerals, of China Is jade Notice IH hereby irlvsii that under
To balance due t ._ unit tiy virtue of a final decree. oCforeclosure :
Auvut 8,103.51
13, lOSS are shown by 1 S.muel 2:18: 19, into 33 pieces, like a checkerboa.rd.each Editor Telegraph, Flit nnil KiirfrKurv mail and rendered, by 1'
which says, "Samuel ministered being one mile square and To balance due July 1------ 1,016.11 Australia was discovered In the Ihu Honorable A. Z. Adklns, Judge of ;4
Subject: Hannah wife of Elka- child containing 640 acres and termeda Dear Sir: Hy amount collectedTo ..___ .__ .sixteenth the Twenty.HUth" Judicial Circuit oC:
loan and mother of Samuel. before the Lord being a Palestine is now reported<< to be balance due August 1-__ 1,910.11 century Florida. In and for Ltrndford County.
girded with a linen ephod. More "section. The northernmost row I'ounlr llonil and IIrl.... In Chancery, dated the let day of
Golden Text! "A woman that over his mother made him a little of sections is numbered from rightto In a state of great prosperity. The To balance. due July 1-__ .__ 4.158.16 VOTIOl OF Kl>41. IHU'II"IIjI! February, A. I.) ::3.ltl In that certain $.
Ifeareth the Lord, she shall be Rutenburg hydro-electric scheme Tly amount collectwiK ___ Sixty days after date .hereof to- cause whsrxln .I of Htarke. a
coat and brought it to him from left-from 1 to 6-the next from To balnnco due Auirimt 1._-_- 4,186.18 wit : 23rd day of September, 1033 I municipal corporation, I I. oompiaLnant ( >
{praised. Proverbs 31:30. has covered the whole country witha '. will preeent my vouuhora and final aol. J. H. Mrs. Call! l ; .
to when she came left to right-from 7 to 12-and so ( .u. '" 5. h.I l Ivneml MckInley ) ,
Lesson Text: 1 Samuel 1:9-11: year year, up network of electric power sta To balance due July 1._____ 8,833.16 account" to the Honorable 10. K 1'ur- W. 1.I with her husband to offer the year on to 36 in the southeast corner.A tions. There miles of Hy amount collected 1 -___..__ rrmun. County Judge of Ilradford Mom, Mr" Kate llowland. it. O. .
21.28. ly sacrifice." stake was planted at each sec are orange To balance due Auirunt. 1___ 8,8311.18 County, Florida, and auk to be discharged llowliind, Mrs. Ulvslvn halley, P. E. '
Time of Lesson, about 1100 B. C. tion plantations.] Potash and other minerals Cuuntr .'..U... ae Administrator nf the KH halley, Harah L..ona Jones, Mlntl! 4
|Place Shiloh and Ramah.The corner and another about mid- are coming out of the Dead To balance due July 1__'___ 805,00 tate of Mary Klvolo Andrew, deThla'the Aaron Jones, minors, joined by; j ,
way between them. The Interior Hy amount collected ___ __ BS.OO ceAeed. Aaron Jonas their father and next
two books of Samuel were divisions left to Sea in great quantities. The Haifa To balance due August. 1___ 272.00 26th day of July, 1 1033.O. frleinl are defendants, the '
one book as were the two were private sur port is completed and the new cityof Total .Nub.Hrhool IttKHlilr W. ANDUVVHS.!' signed i, who was appoltned Special:'e ;
originally JONES veyors.To To balance due July 1_____ 6,046.11 Ailm'r of 13.t. Mary Klvole Andrew, Mauler to execute the said de<'r....
I books of Kings. Probably Samuel BOB Tel Aviv, with 62,000 Inhabitants sty amount collected ____-.__ 881.81 7-28Ottt-22| | Deoeaaed.NOTIfM will on Monday, the 4th day Septemlier -
himself wrote the portion which make it easy to fix the locations every one of whom is a Jew, To balance dux Annual 1 ___ 5,863.00 A. V. 1033, during: : hc.t:
of parcels within the section. Total Nub-Hchaol heeded ( F TAX 11"1.1"1'101\1' ? hour of sale, 'before the Mouth doorof U 'IS ;
I treats of events during his own Is one of the most active cities of To balance due July 1______ 3,614.61\ The board of eiiualliere of the the Court Home In Btark, Brad
I lifetime but the later portions, the latter was supposed to be divided Its size In the world. This year Hy amount collected________ 888.11 City I of Htark, Florida, will meet at ford County. Florida. sell to the
I of David Into four parts-the north- will be admitted. To balance due August 1___ ',IZ8.30A..rl..lta..1 the' city .hall In the (Clerk' office on highest and beet bidder for cash, thi.
dealing with the reigns 8,000 Immigrants August 16th,
following described
(iOMMENTS ::::.1a real estate
3u:0.: :
land Solomon were probably writ- ; east, northwest, southwest and It Is the boast of the Inhabitants of To balance due July 1_____ 819.38 of equalliera for the i lying and being In Btarke. Bradfor.j! p

jten by the prophet Nathan and the southeast quarters (NE'/i! NW%, Palestine that in their entire land 'By amount. collected____-___ of testimony hearing ae complaint to value and of any recelvlni County, Florida, to-wit
Ti> balance due AUKunt I.310.35: prop.
SW4! and SEVi ), each holding 160 real Lots One (1). Thirteen (13) and
Seer Gad. Not only does First there Is not one unemployed man. Wlilont'e Pcnulon I erty or personal or mixed, u. fourteen ((14), of Block Eleven .
fixed" (11) t ,
by the tax
I Samuel relate the works of Samuel, acres. Then each quarter section The Jews are now building on the To balance due July 1------ 810.86 year 1033. agaInst assessor the for the In Temple' AI
I but It tells of the first klngdonm; Some church folks are like some was supposed to be divided Into line of the description In Jer. To Hy amount balance collected due August____1._.,____ 310.36 agent of such property. owner or Haven of Htark(1) .of Alsn-Ulock Lots El.hteen nix (II) and -i .Ig
Ithe four parts of 40 acres each, in the head and llrldv ...... Q. W. AUI3ltMAN] (11) In
appointment of Saul the first matches. They just strike on their 31:38-40: ; Jer. 32:43-44.: We can .t Chairman City Council, Llvlnsrston-Truby' and Compuny'saclilitlon -111

I king and the rise of the greatest own box. That never appealed to same order as the larger units. In now see God's favor returning to To balance nil due Blnklnic July I.Fund___.111,742.14 City' -* Starke. I"lorlda. Raid sl' to to be City mad.(Town) of Htark.

I of kings, David, the son of Jesse. me. I like a match that you can the description of a 40-acre tractor the Jewish nation as a part of the By amount collected___ ,___ Attend CARt JOHNS. satisfy said decree.pursuant to and Jj'to

I That book closes with the deaths strike anywhere you wish and any- "forty" first mention what part world as He promised the "fath To balance due A. .r August, THOMAS 1__, 11,742,14 Clerk. City Clerk. 7-214tU-l| D. 13. KNIGHT ii

I of Saul and Jonothan at the battle time you wish. I like a Christian of the quarter section it comprises, ers" (Rom. 11:29-28): -- Special Mailer In Chancery..
-
lot Gilboa. Samuel's mother was then the section, then the township Yours truly A. 8. CREW
God
who Is willing: to work for POSITIVE RELIEF
I Hannah one of the great women of wherever he has an opportunity. then the range (townships In STERL COURTNEY. WilY NOT HAVE THE I Solicitor for Complainant._ } 3
the this part of Florida are all "south" rnox' B-48t9-l| |
Bible. Her name which is the
I[ do not mean by this that a per- -
I same as Anna the prophetess of son shouldn't have conviction. I and ranges all "east"), not omitting August 2, 1933. BEST? PILESnc NOTICE) OF KMOCTIO

I the New Testament, means any of these designations. Bradford County Telegraph. KNOW AT.T.. MEN RT THEHBJ :
Grace should refuse to work with professed Thus for instance, the Powell still All new, modern!' equipment.We PHE3ENTB. That I, DAVIS BHOr/TS!
Christians who repudiatethe Gentlemen: rental palei .Lagesl Uovernor of the State of Florida.
Samuel's father was Elkanah, fundamentals of the Christian Is located in the northwest quarter! Enclosed check for $1.50 Is to are prepared to serve. Ie ootJdag .emfor*-almoet 1a.tantlf. pursuant to the term and provision is'ij
who of the northwest quarter of section Our service Is finer!' our That I lh -Teller1. of an ant of the Legislature. of I' : .
to
[ was a member of the tribe of faith. pay my subscription the Telegraph ALL,I the State of Florida entitled:
| SC e 27, township 6 south, range 22 east up until August, 1934. price Is lower.BOREE piUe .......*. obtain from 'HEMO. "An Art to Provide for the

Levi.Samuel's which description may be short- FREE. W. support elsie *tat....*. Holding of Stat. Convention. '
You have good and It
.blrthplace was Ramah Whatare the fundamentals of a paper & GIDDENS with. for the Purpose of Ratifying '
_. .
a .y..11 >......_. or 'I
ened "the of of
to
NWU ti-i
where NW'/i
he lived his life comes week-no missing. llejeutlnir Proponed Amendment
[ every
throughout the Christian faith? First, the Fl'NKHAL. niHRCTOHAPkone If :you az. tortured by pile.
:yes to
and Section 27, Tp. 6 S.. R 22 K., or Yours the Constitution of the
was burled truly
J probably seven God. What. have probably tried "
Bible Is the Word of B-IKIO4 Ambulnare ServiceJACKS05IVII.I.R many eoealledaree. United Staten, approved June.
[miles! north of Jerusalem. ever it says is so. Jesus Christ Is among professionals to "NW of Mrs. A. G. DUDLEY, FLA. Do Mat judge 'MEMO-FREE 7th, 1933, : ;
Penlnnah NW of 27-6-22." Twenty acres Is 2120 N. Fulton by pest disappointment an hereby fix Tuesday, the 10th d.r :
| was the second wife of the Son of God. He was born of a Ave.Baltimore Its a.U.!.. of Ovtoher. '
A. U. I
1033 a* the data ,
Stark. Kin. Ilranch Near I I.
|Elkanah causing his home to be a Virgin. He died on the cross as a generally the north south east or Md. Depot poiltUe, almost mlraculou. I.S. I. for holding and do hereby call r4 .
....
I polygamous household which usually west half of a forty. Ten acres Is of iKahinblfredJnf, external.protradir special elnctlon In each and every '
substantial and vicarious atone *, or internal pile.. county the Htate of Florid. to be> '. 3, I j
l of divided not
brought about trouble and sor- ment. He arose again from the generally a part a forty I Remember, how life field Tueeday. the loth day of ,
|row!j in the home of any family. dead. He ascended Into heaven. Into four square pieces. So that the And the Worst is Yet to Come- before violent pair Jo-foo.tabbed* was yo. of October electingolxtyeeven, A. 11.1 1933, for the(0?purpose) ;dele., ',
of the in which .
Now
there man-and his particular part forty late Jail _I... ..
was a We are saved by grace through Retain thai s-atee at large to a convention to he
Mme the Powell commissary is situated prleelee ... .1.... held on the second In .
[ was Elkanah, and he had two faith. The new birth Is an absolute by ending; for Tuesday Novemher.
wives would be designated thus: "The and ..1.. HEMO-FREE. If A. D. Il>33, at Tallaba...... 't .
[ ; the name of the :you : Jt
one was necessity. I can work with riorlda. to ratify or r.Ject the fol-
[Hannah, and the name of the other, Christian who believes these sw U of the NWJi! of the NWU! wi..., pay poet.man pan delivery. lowing proposal. of the Congress of '
.U1nnlln, any I of Section 27. To. 6 S.. R. 22 E.. m SenJ th. eoirpora today. NOW I Ie the United States, mad on the zOtlx. f.
: and Penlnnah had cb fundamentals.e '" the beet tI..... day of February, A. I). 1)13, to>
dren, but Hannah had no children." containing 10 acres, more or less. :; 11iJ1 HEMO LABORATORIES. amend the Constitution of tnfe

Among the Hebrews a family of I do not believe In the organic, The mentioning of the govern L 4520 Weet Pico BI.<.L. United"Iteeolv Btatee by the Senate and I J

children was a great honor, and union of the churches. I dQ believeIn ; mental subdivisions Is so Importantthat Los An. .. .., Calif. Houe of Representative of the ( .
Hannah was continually taunted by denominational co-operation. If. it must be done even when \ Enclo.e Elkanah's town lots and blocks are described. JJ tat* of HEMO-FREE. Cons-res assembled (two-third J
l other wife because Han- the churches were organically unit or each House (concurring there
IIah had no children. Each side of a regular forty Is Naim. ,. ,. in). That the following article A
I This have to swallow
occurred wouldn't
ed the devil .
AddVeee
on 1320 feet in _.___ _; Is hereby proposed a. an amendment
length or a quarter
l: one occasion when the family but one time to get the whole Clt,.....--- Stat.___ to th* Constitution of the
bad gone to Shiloh mile. The side of a square ten- United States, which shall bevutld
to worship the crowd down. As long as we are
Lord, at acre piece Is 660 feet, or 220 yard to all 'Intents and purpose
the tabernacle will always -
and Han- organically separated there a. part of th. Constitution when
|oahwept. be some crowd fighting for The half of a regular forty is ratified by convention In three- '
"So 1320x660 feet the half of fourths of the several states!
: a
Hannah rose after and for the truth. Some- regu- ,
up1 they the right 'A1tTh'rl.'Section ., .
had ..
lar ten-acre 660x330 feet A
eaten, and after they had times we pray that Christians may piece 1. The eighteenth ,
drunk. "chain" mentioned In land descriptions article of amendment to the
-
And -
she was in bitterness all be one. We are one whether Constitution of the United
of soul, and means 66 feet; a "link" near- States Is ,
prayed unto the Lord we know It or not. We are not hereby repealed.
1IIe! 8 Inches. auction .. The
ly transporta ,
wept -
sore. And she vowed a' made one by organization. We are Hon o. Importation Into
vow and Bald 0 Lord of Hosts. if one because we are children of the In Florida an acre Is generallyheld State, Territory or possession any of h-A

thou i wilt Indeed look on the affliclion' name Father and brothers and< sla to be 210 feet square and this us the. United therein States of intoXIcating for delivery or.

f thine handmaid, and re- ters in Jesus Christ. doctrine Is so common till town uors. In violation of th. law.

iIltmber me, and not forget thine II blocks are often made that size and thereof la hereby' prohibited.
"
'Section 3. This
hd1naid but will give to thin. Nicodemus was the beat man of lots 105 or 52 H feet wide. But this he Inoperative unlesa article It ;shall shall

bandmal" a man chud- then I wiu his generation. He was not a Is erroneous for the correct size 1s Improvements. xffict have been to the ratified a. an amendment .. .

I Ww.T' the Lord ** the days drunkard and he was not a liber only 208% feet. An acre contains yoi/rjnsurance In Constitution the several by Stat.convention ., i'

there sbaU no razor tine. If be had lived In the average' 43,660 square feet and no more. as provided i In the Constitution.

collie her, upon i his head" The building modern town he would have been According to the measure In vogue, in ,... ...... III... Hat withinseven* of ....rO.rh..r from to the the

!he caUed Temple was probably the chairman of the Board of Stew after 39 acres had been taken out es-.el_....... ..... ,... / States hy the Congress.

18:1.TabernaCle described in Joshua ards of some church. When he of a. 40-acre tract there would be s--..-.. ..- nects Such In election accordance to b. hell with' In the all re..

: "The children of Israel as'Able.j walked the streets parents pointedhim only a trifle over half an acre left. V.., e e5 fre __ of, ...4l,tt manner proIsslon prescribed -, ., ,
together model for their chil- While land descriptions generally --..-aSes---- ,In, ... of the. LeclslaWure
at Shiloh and set out as a
.. of Florida .
;.t..the'Tabernacle of the congrega- dren. But one night Nicodemus have it .40 acres, more or I ( ly". --., .-T.s -. -.es psu-_ IN TESTIMONY aforesaid.WHKREOr I do .

II a ttere.." Th* building known went to see Jesus and Jesus said, less," there may aometlma a m.d -- es.ssu. J J.10. b.hereby affixed set hereto my hand<< and do cans tl>> .
the
"The ., Great Heal of
1 be born of.several 0. b
Temple must shortage or surplus the
"
Iotil was not erected Nicodemus. you _...d s p.s.u'" -- .at. ot Florida at Tsllaha.se. t i
the dan ot Solomon about again." If the new birth was necessary acres; but I have not the apace required -" the 191!.Capital, this 13th day of July.

'Years titer this --. for Nlcodemus, a man of his for the explanation of HAROLD C. WALL ( 3 RE! AT SEAL! ) f; 'r '

Wly the Levltea served la the i type. It Is necessary In this century "canal!" or "big" forties. And the INSURANCE DAvE BHOLTZ. .

"< $ThttE; l"Totmtk" ,.uttmr.leeeeor Governor Arthet'tR. ot I'lorl.s. :

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PAGE EIGHT BBADFOBD COUNTY TIELEGBAPIi BTAIUm' FLORIDA FRIDAY, AtGtST lL lY ...
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Bradford Countyt Telegraph THE, NEW-IDLENESS You've iG iiGEM ;

Although technocracy,: 'after a Maybe 1> UPYIVAQ
Established 1877 brief but hectic career, went t Its J

i, : way before we got the twohouweek r Heard It But

i Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class I or three-hour week or what- ,, ,

( Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, ever It waa the technocrats were erfe

I after suddenly by a Congressional MIAMI, BEWARE!
act people all over the country are
E. L. Matthews-----------------------Editor and Owne finding themselves with considerable Unless sometmng goes awry (an

I more leisure time than they; old habit somethings) about ,
"( SUBSCRIPTION RATE have had In the past. twenty-five of Starke's youngerset ris

Months 75c Payable in Advance Even a community as small as (wo didn't know we had that
Six -
Yearly, $1.50; ours has not been untouched by many either, until 'we' started

'; Advertising Rates on Application President Roosevelt's recovery pro- counting:) will leave the old hometown f ''

gram. Storekeepers, who ever Saturday night headed in the y mm ur urt I
Independence and happiness go hand in hand.' since they can remember have been general direction of Miami. II I

working twelve or thirteen hours Why the sudden exodus T The A BASS

o a day and even seventeen or eighteen secret, my friends Is that the 'O.R SALMON i A//e'adin' v

1 Wonder if chickens are going on a five-egg week? on Saturdays, have unexpect- dear ole Seaboard Air Line is offering .. inp-amlen '

P O edly found themselves with several a round trip excursion rate LR.TRouYJ ni Okla.
I hours of unaccustomed free time of $1.29 to the Magic City and eby.Ee
I,: ,. Tag agents will soon be as extinct as the Dodo bird on their hands.It back, and the City of Miami, or
is offering free swimming E6ansDurnnfjvDefrsM4iM'
somebody, ,
all simple. Merelya
o was quite
free dancing: free sightseeIng l
i New Deal simile; Getting as scarce as forgotten men. matter of Informing customersthat and free etc., for the pleasure
rkyy' they would have to buy what
of the visitors.
o
they wanted within certain hoursof
; Wonder what the attraction is up in the stratosphere? the day-hours that would give Sounds like a bargain, doesn'tIt
$ ? And members of what we are
them ample opportunity for buy-
o
4 to call the set
t Ing, and at the same time would be pleased younger
A farm is like any. other business- gives back only think so, too. ,
the of modern
means freeing a was given fcustoMter
"' It would be grand fun'if a crowd
what it receives.
slave-the small town storekeeper.
tau/Chrtsf exwoodsmanwit
would get together and go, and
Many and dry goods men
o grocers
i everyone would enter Into the ft a rt//l s/ied /
,
't 4' Pay your 1932 taxes in cash if you want to reap the bene- are surprised that they did not spirit of the thing. Of course, thereIs
think of the arrangement them-
fits of the Futch bill. selves, but had to wait for someoneto a limit to entering Into the spiritof a r J 2
things. We wouldn't want ,
any;
o come along and force them to
passenger car windows broken, or
The Gainesville Evening Sun thinks that the careless observe reasonable. hours. Surelythe any banana peelings placed on the
Creator, when he put us here
1' driver should be carless. railroad tracks; but it would be
Intended we should get more out of
!' o life than working all day for moneyto necessary for everyone to check his r
dignity at the station and call for
If Teddy weilded a big stick what is it that F. D. R. is buy food and a place to sleep to It upon returning home.
: give us strength to work all the
; carrying around in his hand ?
next day.
0 What, No Sleep
'
The question of what to do with If the there \
plans through,
w There should be a lot of bright boys around soon, what go
the extra time is one that will puz- will be lots of sleepy-heads in town "

t' With less work and more zle many, suddenly thrown upon Monday. The gay young things are '
play.o their own resources to amuse planning to leave Starke Saturday, "I r9PSf s/no/e flower/n tht"

themselves for an extra period of take Miami by storm all day Sun- wor/tl IS' fhe R4FFL.ESIA oft
of
Industries as a whole are feeling fine although most :
time. Will turn to those simple
they day, and return to the old home- I
r them have a "code id the head." amusements which are easily stead Sunday night, arriving early I \... % Sl.I.Nftlfnz., :36 incites j g ,
It
o and cheaply available-walking, :' Monday morning. Of course, I ; ii: uovernixenl never dia ele1'; wp4i4in9/Spounds i

The fellow who opposes local improvements usually gets' studying, gardening, practicing a' there's nothing !In the rules to sayyou I rfs6uildi IltlVl1t? 110 stem or/ ave.r,
craft, in insures
engaging community ac-
can't go to sleep on the train. an of s.,
b his share of the finished product.Florida's tivities, or will the extra hours of But sleeping while sitting up is with we odor of carrionCan .

o leisure mean just another movie or difficult under the most favorable

two, or an extra rubber of bridge? circumstances, and something tellsus
exhibit has "taken the World's Fair, accordingto
But even bridge and movies, if that circumstances are going to you "Dig 'Em Up"? If so send them to us, I

the Louisville Courier-Journal. Indulged in too frequently, become I be highly unfavorable if as many and if acceptable,we will publish with your name. _
o joresome,. and here is where the I make the trip as are plannnig it.; "

1' Roosevelt will down in history if for other person with a hobby will be In luck. -
go no reason
ener to know that similar work motorist. The little joker, how
For instance, the man or woman
: JUST ANOTHER CODE
than that he kept his campaign promises. who loves gardening Is fortunate. must be done If the projects of life ever, Is that it prevents a guy from
Why not a code to shorten hours
From Other Pens
I o He or she has a form of play which for people who: I I are to grow. stealln' his own tag and switchia1

Geologists say that the earth is shrinking. Too bad that exercises the mind and body and Repeat things they "Just heard" Just as hard work and cultivation It to another car. A practice that
at the same time Is a worthwhile are to make a has become quite popular and \li
Saw the show last week necessary gar-
the real estate won't shrink with it.
'i mortgages den also costln' the state plenty of dough
enterprise Say "eyether" and "nlther"Take FLORIDGEOGRAPHICALLY grow, so are they result-
__ ______
d1 m Well it was a nice little tag
ful requisites for realizing successin game
Ernest Elmo Calkins in a recentAtlantic a wisecrack right out of
Add similes : Incredulous as the stranger when told Monthly article says of your mouth "Florida has more sunshine in private or community affairs. and everybody was havin' a good

that there are no mosquitoes at Kingsley Lake. this form of play: Slip Into the parking place you winter and less in summer than Spring Is In the offing, and with time until a fellow named Kirton
and wants to
play
i "High on the list of activities were headed for the Northern States," says the spring comes an awakening to new comes along
ii o which may be pursued as private Wear green Bun shades Avon Park Sun. "In Florida the lift and renewed lift Will we be too. Mr. Fortinberry, who wee

i At last a use has been found for the Empire State building lobbies but which shower their Say "Come and have a drink shortest day in the year Is only gardeners and help cultivate our teachln' the boys how to play, said

-it acts as a lightning rod for New York City.o benefits on the public is the ancient with me on you:!-' about three hours shorter than the communities Into more prosperousand the rule was five and a half cents
art of gerdening. A love of Hold their heads at an angle of longest day, but along the northern pleasant places In which to every time anybody was taggedICirton
said he could have fun
gardens and a bit of ground upon forty-five degrees In the movies border of the United States thereIs live? more
The odds are twelve to one against the little fellow in which to lavish that affection are a Eat garlic and are proud of it difference of nearly eight We can if we will. taggln' for three cents.

.Wall Street, but still the suckers continue to bite. fortunate equipment. For not onlyIs Remember the bridge hand they hours. This. in part, accounts for But first we must plant the seed, Before anybody knew what It
gardening full of rewards and played night before last the mildness of Florida winters and which is spending our dollars in the was all about we were bavin' t

H, i o surprises for the gardener, but, Have Indigestion openly the coolness of Florida summers. stores at home, by patronizing the swell little fight. Our theft.lock
South Carolina does not allow divorce for any cause-not since a community is only a number Write stuff like this. The Gulf stream brushes the southeastern professional people of the hometown was In a deadlock. Kirton said

i'' F even for burnt toast three mornings In succession, of plots, each under the controlof shore of the State and also by employing home town un- that the Fortinberry device was

o a different Individual, the collective 1'HTMS GROW LARGER modifies the climate. employed, whenever possible. "just nuts" and that we were nuttyIf

result of numerous gardens Is One of our readers this week discovered "Florida has the oldest perma- Cultivation comes with tne cen- we bought it.
E Why doesn't General Johnson tie up his "buy now"campaign a beautlfuly community, and ulti- a yellowed Toledo Blade nent white settlement in the tering of our activities first in our So now we have a law suit In

r. with "Do your Christmas shopping early"? mately a beautiful country. dated Thursday, June 3, 1909. He United States. It Is the last Stateof own communities, for by doing this progress with Mr. Kirton objectln'

/ o "Gardening Is a combination of discovered it along with some other the Union to be developed."It we enrich the soil and that whichis and injunctln' while the Cabinet

I '- These kidnapers must not be as slick as we thought. A. physical and mental effort, that > old papers in an Incubator, but has 35.000,000 acres; 2,811- planted grows and the commu- and Mr. Fortinberry are defendlo'.
combination of mind and muscle that part of the story Is really 600 acres are in water. nity blossoms forth as one In whichwe It looks like we will have a battle-
group of them took an I.O.U. for ransom the other day. II which gives to any effort its Interest Immaterial. One Item of interest, "It lies between twenty-four rte-] are proud to live. Let's do a royal over royalties before its over

o There Is the joy of diggingIn as pointed out by the discoverer, grees, thirty minutes and thirty little more planting and cultivatingfor with the party growin Wilder and

i t' Things look' pretty black for fish right now, what with the earth with the sun on one's told of the appointment, of General degrees, thirty minutes north latitude the sake of the old home town! Wilder.
; tack, which Is so satisfying, and Robert J. Wynne as counsel to and seventy-nine degrees, Quakertown (() Free Press. I .
:N "all this time anglers are going to have away from work.o the study of flowers, which can be London. The newspaper said, "ThisIs forty-eight minutes and eighty- -o-- I see where my friend Bill Truer

a' yr carried as far and made as specialas one of the best paying positionsIn seven degrees, thirty-eight minutes SOME 8-SAY1! of the Winter Park Herald his

, The next Florida automobile tags will be theft-proof. In one pleases."It the gift of the President. It west longitude."It Two sapient sisters summeringat been rummagln' round In the attic
Is inevitable that many in carries a salary of $12,000 and has 1,000 miles of coast line. seashore wrote fond father for and dug up that old idea aboutmovln'
other words have to steal to the
they'll car get tag. "
your there are many fees. Quite a Tallahassee -
"Its more funds from
this new era of daylight playtimewill rainfall is fifty-six Inches- using only words be- the State Capitol
a o contrast when compared with some five feet. ginning with "s." Father
turn to gardening, but there la nearly was to Orlando.
The Inland Empire News says that a woman is never need of a popularizer, something of the $75,000 plums being handed 'It Is the largest State east of equal to the occasion ,and replied Bill wants to pull that trick to

;: fully dressed until she gets on her hat and her husband's that will make the interest as keenas out today, our reader said. the Mississippi River except Geor- a.It follows: 1940 and points out that over two-
it now Is In contract bridge. Another interesting feature of gia. It Is equal In area to Maine, "Sweet, sorry so severely strapped. thirds of the State's population

# nerves. We must remember however, the old paper was the number of Fermopt, Connecticut and Rhode. .. Sympathy signifies sympa- would be better served by such I
o that Mr. Calkins' era of "daylightdaytime" advertisements of marriage agen- Island-four times as large as Hol- thizer suffering similarly since change.He .

The shrewd farmer takes advantage of every opportunity will be only temporarily les that it contained. Folks must land. sinking stocks sound similar S-O-S suggests that we turn tw
have been awful bashful back In "Its elevation Is from tide water signals Suggest some skimping. building and the
compulsory.: The recovery act isan present capitol
add value to his farm and its
.4 to equipment, says Spuds emergency measure to get men those days to have to enlist the aid to over 300 feet. Spare symmetry-spoiling sweets. Martin building over to the Wom

,ti Johnson. back to work and to increase the of a business institution In orderto "Its mean annual temperature is Serve savory soups, succulent, simple en's College and build a sure

o purchasing power of our laboring get sealed. A few of the advertisements from sixty-eight and eight-tenths salads, substantial sandwiches. enough State House a little nearer

r' According to recent actions of those in the public classes. It Is not the intention of went like this: degrees. "Since scant swimming suits the center of things. Loo'
eye, the government to keep a permanent MARRY-Best plan on earth, "Its highest temperature for simply show shapes, sound sense Well It Is worth thinkin' BDOUI.We .
?, the proper preface to doing a thing is to deny having any such finger in the pie of American sent FREE. Photos of every lady: thirty years was 100.7 degrees. I suggests shunning shimmeringsands spend a lot of money for gill

Intentions. business. However, when the bars member. ', "Its lowest was two-tenths degrees sometimes. Should soft skin and railroad fare as it is now. If

i o are lifted, and we are told that wean MARRY-Catalogue with hundreds I 1899, at Tallahassee. suffer sunburn, some smooth salve the capitol was somewhere neat
go back to the old slavery, its of photo.i'and descriptions "Florida is In the same Isother- soon 'soothes sore spots. Slapping the center of the State most of ui
It's against the law to go off on a "wild goose chase." hoped that our gardens, or out FREE. Pay'If Suited. mal zone as the Madeira Islands, shoulders supplements suffering. could run over'there and back the

A California aviator was fined $50 for chasing a flock of wild golf: or our studying or whatever MARRY RICH-Big list of descriptions southern Spain Sicily, Egypt, "Stop smoking, stay sober, sleep same day. If the people of the

in his airplane. It; la that we have turned to In our and photos free (sealed). southern Palestine, northern India, soundly smile serenely, strengthen State ever get a chance: to exprtJI
geese
leisure hours, will have such a firm northern Mexico, southern California I spine, square shoulders. Save, Buffer themselves on the matter, about,V
: o hold on our hearts that we will Ahl The good old days again. southern Arizona, southern ,,survive! per cent of them will vote for or-
It is right that teachers should be exempt from the nepotism continue to go ahead of our own When romance could be had from New Mexico, southern Texas and "Small sum supplied soon. lando.

.'_ law because it takes two or three of them in a family tree will and live like human beings a mall order catalog. It is easy to southern Louisiana. "Sincerely, Such a move wouldn't necessart--
In the enjoyment of our new-found picture the young bloods of the day "Florida Is the land of romance "STINGY SIRE. ly Interfere with the fun. The bop
io earn decent
[k, a living. freedom. sitting by the fire of a long win- legend. song and story, from 'Way -Author unknown. could still get fresh shrimp from
o ter', evening, and thumbing Down Upon the Suwannee River' o Canaveral or Titusville and II

A 4 1 The man who does not quibble over prices will bear watch- --o-- through the pages of willing femi- t.o 'The* over-sea route along the f -"- 'i WANTED: SHORT CROPS much the modern housewife keys, and from Perdldo's bordered
ninity as Kloepl
.:!r: Ing. He may be exceptionally)] generous or he may just not amuses herself by spending I valley to St. Augustine's templed i oo Late. should decide In to case stage Bob another beer

!1 intend paying you. At a time when material reductions hours gazing at desirable objects' shrines."It party. '

0 are being made In the acreage In the Sears Roebuck catalog. la bathed In the passionate But why wait until 1940 Bill
of moat In all 01the It of the swains ordered caresses of the Southern laved V/iV Qlassifi !
crops part any a sun, What's the matter with right no-
J? Benjamin Franklin lived a long time but then
even
/' ago, country. it seems rather out of young lady sent out there's no by the limpid waves of the embracing With the Government dlanin out
i he had the right idea about co-operation when he said "United line with the new order of things doubt that many of them discover > seas wooed by the glorious s.c.-7.er avssslt KAY gravy In the form, of funds for thlt

? we stand divided we fall." that Bradford County farmers are ed what wise housewives know- Gulf stream, whose waters, warm- Florid. Pre. A? w1e, and funds for that and fund"* tot

o reported to be planning a larger that things usually look better inthe ed by the tropical sun, speed northeastward Aren't we bavin! fun .with''our most anything, we might be able w t
acreage of strawberles than was magazines. .. to temper the climate of auto tags and theft locks and "millions for a ne.
,, A Texas has promote a few
youth written General Johnson asking for set last season. Europe. things. A chap named Fortinberry we'd have to do

I* a lawn mowing code. What about a dish wiping code. for The appeal for shorter crops Isnot 1897 so the farmer again leading" "An emerald kingdom by southern comes down from Mississippi and Is State just Capitol.send 'em All a picture of tone .
., back to in 1933. '
the tired business man? -; meant to discourage Industry us prosperity seas fanned by zephyrs laden slip a nice new lock on our Cabi. we have now and they could!'
Babson
Mr. regards It as paradox-
with
ozone from
stately pines, Watered atatdhave !
OD the part of our -no turn some
growers
net.It down.
us Why.
cal but true
that waste
o
brought Lethe's I
by
copious libation
more so than shorter hours are seems :Mr. Wilder figured he I better look In' poor-housw
Each year our farmers are learning how to make their meant to encourage laziness In about by drouth or destruction of decked with palm and pine, flower ..could sea a lot more auto-tags If than have State House.
we
ei strawberry} crop less expensively. The experience should storekeepers. They are extraordinary as rowing"bullishnews.crops,l Mould. But.be with regarded foreign due and and fern lapt clothed In the in perpetual folds ver- he'd with give his customers a "locklt" I I And now that we've got tots old

w ; invaluable for them in later measures meant to meet the gorgeous each purchase so the state started all over agemd
prove trade Argument,
?, years. at a standstill, he says, of the semi-tropical sun."
to
g. "
agrees buy the
'
4' ; conditions of extraordinary times. rights to manu maybe'somebody'' will get up ,
agriculture must depend for Its .
facture
} -
Mr.
dlvtdID
bed Roger Baboon, financial: writer 'domestic Fortinberry theft make 4 few remark! about
prosperity ,
sleep.-King upon crop DO A LITTLE ''
CULTIVATING lock
When ,
JL i device. coed
go George of England, in a recently syndicated article, hortages. -,' !, y "the State. That's a subject I '

4r'' commenting on bedside lamp displayed at London exhibit. say: "The farmer Is on ha way Why not help lead the way to Garde don't 'just- grow." They tags'They oo.tell the us that by lockln' our for a million*:words In anybod11language.

Don't you worry just the least little bit about the Queen's out of the depression. Just as the higher prices by setting an acreage must be cultivated. One does not tremely annoyln car for we the make it ex- ..- -

"' b agricultural regions led.the coun- small enough to'be cared for by a have to be a gardener to know this, wants to steal guy who mid
It
try back: to la 1877 and and that lockln' When a Pueblo Indian
prosperity reasonable amount of labor I neither doe one have to be gard- device I s.* for the
protection of the ,he Joins the wife' family. J

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