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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 18, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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;.x'I1J: FIFI'Y.FI\'E.. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 17. 1933- _. NUMBER J.'OltTV-OSC: : : }fl

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Grocers Lengthen Hours i Saturday Is last Day Scouts Leave For Fair '

unday Movies At Monday's Meeting; Agent Answers For Voters To Qualify County Canning Early Sunday Morning; Road Department i (,


Win( At Last; Half-Holidays- Continue Commissioners In September Election Comes To Close Two Cars--Make Trip wIn Not t Secure :'{i!r} ''

A slight change in the closing Saturday, August 19 is the last A party of ten, Boy Scouts and
hours for groceries was decided: day to qualify In the city electionto others, left here Sunday morning '
Council i I Actsdliumoe upon at a meeting of the Bradford I 3-Day RequestMust be held September 12, accordingto With Big Total at 6:00: o'clock for a trip to Chicago 13 RightsofWayI : .

County Retail Grocers Association I 1 the Interpretation of the law and the World's Fair.

In the court house Monday night. ,' made by the City Council Tuesday!' Two cars and a trailer lolled I

Passed Tuesday Night- Beginning Wednesday morning Necessarily Spend More Time night All desiring to vote are Vegetable Played Out Moat merrily on their way filled with No Chance Of Applying Fund, I \
Show Next Sunday of this week stores opened at the At Lake Butler Heaquarters I urged to qualify before this date.* Preserving: To BeginIn tents, cots, blankets, and Ice box, On State Farm Road j .
No Ritz Says usual time 7:00: o'clock, but remained Dyer Says The council recessed until Mon FallA and. of course, the boys them- (Says Ott it,) '
open until 6:00: o'clock: in day night at which time they will selves. \ I

he City Council at Its Tuesdayht the afternoon. Saturday night the The following letter was releasedfor meet as a board of equalizers and grand total of 13,822 cans of According to R. W Card scout Tax assessor N. D. Wainwright }' Zi it., '

meeting voted unanimously stores will remain open until 9:00: publication this week by L. T. make adjustments on all taxes, vegetables will help fill Bradford master, the party will make campat Tuesday received a letter from Roy "'
Sunday moving picture o'clock at night, and will close at Dyer, county agent. It is in replyto where they deem it necessary. County larders during the coming some convenient spot along the V Ott, member of the State Road

permit. )In starke between the hours 12:30: on Thursdays. Halfholidayswill a recent request of the Board of winter, according to a report made road late In the afternoon. Whilein Department, saying that it would ''i r
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o'clock p.m. to 6:00: o'clock continue through the remainder County Commissioners of Brad- this week by Miss Pearl Jordan, Chicago, they will be accommo- be impossible for the departmentto

m 2:30.:, and again after 9:15: p.m. of this month of the, association grocers said. I ford County that he spend three 3 8 EmployersSign home demonstration agent. dated at Scout headquarters. go ahead with the work of ..,. '. ,

raaslng of the ordinance follows By-laws were days out of each week In this The work of canning vegetablesIn Those making the trip were: R. curing rlghts-ofway on the Road
discussion by members of the adopted at this time, and a resolution county. this county came to an end last W. Card, Joe Edwards Jr., Leslie 13 cut-off between Starke and f

luncll In which It was decidedt was passed instructing the Lake Butler, Florida. NRA CodeList week and busy workers will takea Biggs, A. Z. Adkins, Jr., Gratton Santa Fe River, since funds for M
officials to enforce strict
by petition and also by the ret proper August 14, 1933 rest until fall, when 14,000 cans, Cooper, :Mr. and Mrs Paul Canova, this purpose were not available. 4 (
observation of the
special election that was de- Sunday cloninglaw County Board of Commissioners, which have been reserved will be Owen Griffin of St. Augustine, and Mr. Ott also said that the Federal '" 1 ; 1
Ired illegal" a majority of the cltli and to see that proper licenses Starke, Florida. On Font Office Bulletin filed with various meats. John L. Briggs, Frank Woods and department was making no appropriations # K
were carried at all times.
i of Starke had shown them- I Gentlemen: Board I* Growing Of the various vegetables which Joe Wooda of Jacksonville.Another for securing rlght -of. rt P .

|yes favorable to Sunday shows. The first Wednesday In every : Your request for me to spend I Fast this county can produce, 7,713 cans way on any of their project
month at 8:30: was decided
embers present at the meeting p.m. three days of each week at workIn of peas were preserved, 3.378 cans Slant Following the action last week of ll ; Y
the time for the
as regular :
j voting "yes" on the ordinance upon meetings of the association. Bradford County has been received According to a list posted this of tomatoes, 1,454 cans of beans the County Bond Trustees when '( y 1 11

artG: W. Alderman chairman; and given careful attention; week on the post office bulletin 1,386 cans of corn, 130( cans of they voted three to one to abandon Il
lit'Barefoot, W. M. Edwards, O. and I assure you that It will be board, the following employers of okra, sixty-eight cans of butter- the work of securing rights-of-way

Beasley, and T. N. Kendrick. Florida's Canal done as fas as it practical. Starke have signed President beans, fifty cans of peaches, forty- On Futch BillMust on the cut-off, Mr. Wainwright i t

ftlflna&ement of the Ritz Theatreted When Mr. Nettles, district agent, Roosevelt's! re-employment agree- eight cans of pumpkins, ten cans wrote the State Road Department I:
Wednesday that there would and 1 met the board the first Mon- ment: of carrots, and four cans of spin to ask whether or not there wank

I no Sunday show this week, butt day in July and this question was Carola Cafe, Hartman Machine Pay Taxes In Cash For any chance of it carrying on the I ,
t one will likely be scheduled Seems AssuredMay discussed I stated to the board Shop, Mitchell's Drug Store, Sin- ach.The market value of these food Next Five Years To work f y r i; ,

| August 27.laniel. that It was not altogether practical I clair Service Station, J. M. Alvarez, stuffs estimated at $1.728.65. rurtlelpalo The tax assessor's letter and the) '

to give exactly three days In each Bradford Hardware Company, Miss Jordan's report shows expenses reply received by him from Mr. Ott .

Tells Come Close To Starke week to any one county owing to Bradford Supply Company, Cano of the work as follows: TALLAHASSEE, Aug. 17.FN3) follows: ,

If The Santa Fe RouteIs the nature of the work. This factIs va Pharmacy, Carter Restaurant, Coat! of supervisor, $99.00; mileageof ( )-Sixty-seven Florida/ tax Starke, Fla. i 1 s +

Adopted recognized by the district and Clover Farm Store, A. M. Darby, supervisor, $133.00; cost of 5,000 collectors are busy extending on Aug. 11,1933. 4 1

state supervisors and such require- Denmark Furniture Company, Ed- cans, 10840. The total expenseto their rolls the 1932 taxes on de. Mr. Leon B. Thresher, r "
How To Apply Construction of a $150,000,000canal ) ment is not made by them. ward's Market, J. L. Frazee, A. H. the county was $340.40. The state linquent state-owned tax certificates 2ml Division Engineer ;., ,
through Florida designed to : The home demonstration agentIs Green, Green's Dry Goods, Ray L. furnished 10,000 cans without cost so as to be able to collect Oca la, Fla.'s y 1
save 650 miles of travel for shipsIn working in both counties on the Geiger, John liege, Hoover Brothers Miss Jordan says that 1,192 cans these taxes the same as other cur- Dear Mr. Thrasher:

[ Apprals+rl.Fee Of Ten Dollars the coastwise trade to ports in same basis as I am in relation to S. R. Johns, Jacobs &: Rosner, of vegetables have been stored In rent taxes and permit owners of I herewith enclose copy of reso- P N +,
Must Accompany Loan the Gulf of Mexico, was under con- the counties and the state. She has Kahr Service Station, Magnolia the relief kitchen In Starke for use the delinquent properties to take lution passed by the Board of Bond '

Application sideration this week by the public not been asked to conform to sucha Fish Market, Marguerite's Shoppe, lu emergency cases this winter. advantage of the great savings under Trustees at their regular: meeting I
works administration in Washington schedule. J. W. Morgan, Oh Boy Lunch Car, the Futch bill. last Monday which explains Itself. r 'R

to eliminate lost motion as much according to United Press dis My office Is In the court house Perle's Beauty Shoppe, Van H. The Supreme Court has ruled and must nay It was a very great f
patches. Priest Company, Quigley &: Davis, State Finances that all 1932 taxes 4''
and taxes for
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possible and to expedite final In Lake Butler, and I spend from surprise aa well as disappointment
side ration of applications, one Plans for the 123 mild canal one to two days each week in it do- South Side Service Station Starke the next five years must be paidIn to myself and numerous unemploy.. .

lllcation may be executed by the were submitted to Secretary of Interior Ing just as much office work for Coca Cola Bottling Company, cash or there can be no savingson ed, destitute citizens of this county 1
Scant or applicants requesting Ickes at a conference Tues- Bradford County as for Union. It Starke Dry Cleaners, Starke Ice LittleBrighter delinquent taxes. This puts the who were looking forward to this i {t

|er a Federal Land Bank loan or day with President Roosevelt. would be Impossible to maintainan Company, Starke Stave Mill Supreme delinquent on the same basis for project aa a relief to their distressed t '))

d I Bank Commissioner's loan, Announcement that 'the canal office In each county with records Service Station, Nat Stern- the future as the man who pays condition. :Is it probable or ,l ,
berg Tip Top Grocery J. W, WhW.e kl i
would extend from the Suwanee promptly and will eliminate the
botb. This announcement was filing cases, and other neces- Much possible that the State Road De.
Depends On Tax Collections'
i this week by Frank H. Dan- River to the St. Johns River, thus sary material duplicated In each &: Son. Under Futch possibility the delinquent payingup partment will take over this proJect s /
Act OfficialsThink
[president of the Federal Land i abandoning plans for a route office. 'The home demonstration at a discount with bonds and finish getting rights-of-way

l of Columbia. After appraisal through the Withlacoochee and agent has her office In the court More Relief then falling behind again. October and still give us this road? !i
offered, it Ocklawaha Rivers, came as a sur 2, is the last day to pay 1932 taxes. Inasmuch
lade i of the security house at Starke where she does the (By JOHN KILGORE as this amount of { 'lr I
Ibe determined: (1)) If a land prlse. It had generally been conceded office work for both counties. Although not out of the red) With the extension of time on money ($73,000 or $80,000)) has; t y t i c

k: loan may be granted, ((2) itnd that this was the favored The regular schedule of 4-H Club whole lot, the state's finances by a the delinquent property, made nec- been allocated to Federal Road No. 4 r' A

I bank loan and a land bank route. meetings has to be arranged to suit Funds Asked little brighter. Much depends area essary by the law requiring this 13 In Bradford County, would it be .
ilssloner's loan may be grant- Surveys have been made of several : the various teachers' schedules. expected tax property to be added tn- the taxroll possible to transfer or use this an-
upon collections under : i
State +
| ((3)) If a commissioner's loan Suwanee River routes, one of Here Is the schedule of club meet- the terms of the Futch act as Comptroller J. M. Leehas proprlatlon for the surfacing of t
y F may be granted. them passing within seven or eight Ings being observed by both the $576,00 Additional For Month Of finally interpreted and strict en- called on the tax collectors In State Farm Road from Starke to "

Is i land bank appraisal fee of miles of Starke. If this plan home demonstration agent and myself August Will Be SoughtBy forcement of other sources of revenue the sixty-four counties not already"sold" Raiford, or for the construction of t 'r
to
\ must accompany each appllca- should be adopted the canal wouldgo : State give the same extensionto State Road connecting No. 13 with
submitted to L. H. Hill at up the mouth of the Suwanee First week in the month: Mon the property owners who have Road 'No. 28-Hampton to "The- 1
j with a plat of and the of Increasing relief County officials In some countiesare been paying their taxes up to this ressa? .
tey, together across country by way day afternoon, Lawtey; Thursday, emergency advertising In ,
property offered as security High Springs and the Santa Fe Little Springs and Lake Butler. needs in Florida have caused the attract the attention newspapers to year. We are very much Interested and '
I the loan. If It Ia possible for River, which forms part of the Second week: Monday afternoon state to request that the Federal of property "Certainly the taxpayer has a concerned over this proposition and
to the q L
owners
I bank to made a loan, the borer boundary line between Bradfordand Starke; Tuesday, Vanderbilt government add $976,000 to the necessity of paying right to the same 'break' as the man will very much appreciate aid .
; 1932 taxes before October 2 any r,
In who has not
been
order said
will be advised of the Alachua Counties.Of and Hampton. $618,000 already allotted for such paying or assistance and Mr Ott t
tint and at the same time the work n August, to to qualify for the advantages the: Comptroller In a statement to you can
Third week: Wednesday after- according news give ua to the end that Bradford
in the other proposed routes on of the delinquent tax moratorium.In the tax collectors. "If we extend p
mat association from Tallahassee.The .
farm loan
follows the Suwanee down to Mayo nocn, Raiford. at least one the County shall not lose the appro
county advertisement time for the man who hasn't been
where the farm Is lo- for the funds i
territory Fourth week: Wednesday after request asked
priation. Further
and then cuts across to the Stein- was inserted suggestions/ solicited.
by the county paying, fairness that
I will be apprised of the fact. noon, Brooker. by the State Emergency Relief Ad- requires we 1
hatchee River, entering the Gulf clerk but
directed
that
1932 do the
same for those who have
1 association will be requested ministration, has been forwarded
Other schools are visited from
Expedite consideration of the ap- at Deadman's Bay. Another leaves time to time. to Washington over GovernorSholtz's taxes should be paid to the tax: collector Just recently lapsed." Yours very truly,
the Suwanee at Ellaville and goes > N D. WAINWRIGHT.
lation aa the loan will have to You will readily see that such a signature.The r
Into Fenholloway River
[approved by it before the bank by Perry schedule would Interfere with have Advisory Council on Relief To Relieve Pressure" I '
and thence Into the Gulf. A fourth Loan BlanksAt Ocala, Florida.
1 make the loan.aplicanta. ing a definite number of days in also has voted to ask the govern- Income from this source Is ex- ti '
route goes from Wacoasassa Bay pected to relieve of the August 14; 1933.. 4 ,
us, seeking loans each county each week. ment for $1,200,000 for relief workIn some pressure -
from Orange Springs, Palatka and Mr. N. D. Wainwright, 5
i the bank will not have to upon the general revenue
pay Calls for service largely September.The '
govern ,
the St. Johns River. fund Starke, Florida. r
ation fees In cases where the the amount of time spent in field council last week allotted now groaning under the load Local BankInformation ,
According to the Ocala Banner, of Dear Mr. Wainwrlght:
regular payrolls for state Insti-
I bank Is unable to make a loan. work outside of the regularly $648,000 to the sixty-seven coun-
engineers who have been makinga Mr. Thrasher has
handed
tutions and circuit me
courts maintenance .
and when loan is ties. This
a grantedugh scheduled meetings. More calls was nearly $600,000
survey there do not know what may letter of the 11th '
and supply Fortu- your enclosing;
an association the associa- short of the needs, it was said. expenses.
recommendations have alreadygone (Continued on page 5.) About Home Owners resolution the '%
loan fees be deducted To outline the state's financial nately the gasoline tax of one cent passed by Board of p
may Corporation May Be Obtained
In from the district engineer'soffice Bond Trustees I
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a the proceeds of the loan. illg'Of J status In relief work J. P. Newell allocated to general revenue pops There regarding the ,
and therefore unable to /( z" FilmIs
are Hampton
project and
'herever it is possible, it is con- 1 secretary to the Governor, will go up each month In the sum of about we are naturally -
plated that all first mortgage say whether the Suwanee River Timely Revival to Washington this week-end to $180,000 In time to meet most of The Dank of Starke last week very much disappointed y N
route has been recommended or that. b taci.h U d .
[a will be made by the land appear before Federal officials. the regular first of the month bills. any now <, .j
k, but should it develop, upon whether the considered.Withlacoochee route Is "King of Jazz" will be offered as Recently, the government officials A little less than a half million was blanks supplied and other with forms application necessary be thrown in the way of this work ;r ,

'tlgation, that the funds de- still being film fare at the Ritz Theatre Monday said states must help more dollars a month is necessary for for' procuring loans from the Home after the unanimous approval of

cannot be supplied by the LARSON'S NEW JOB and Tuesday of next week. toward relief work but Governor general revenue and the current Owners Loan Corporation, together he time project by the trustees some- ,

i but may be provided by the TO BEGIN SATURDAYJ. This revival of one of the Fast Sholtz took the position that this bills unpaid have reached a quar- with circulars of general Information. ago. ; '
bank commissioner, the ap- popular of the music extravaganzas state cannot shoulder' the task of ter of a million dollars and seem to Answereing your question as to '

.tlon and all supporting infor- Edwin Larson-, of Keystone of three years ago is an inter- matching federal fund stick at about that figure, with Interested home owners are ad- whether it Is probable or possible _,
I'on' Including esting indication of.a mood whichIs probably a little increase right that the State Road Department 1
appraisal report, Heights, State Senator for Clay vised by the bank that they may
receive the prompt attention and Baker Counties, will take over sweeping over movies and the Member Of House Party along. As a result several firms procure these blank and available would take over this project aDd ; S 7
agent of the land bank com- In Jacksonville Saturdayas country. : which have been supplying the information. finish getting the right-of-way .I
toner the Florida's post collector of internal Sophisticated pictures seem to Killed Returning Home state government with food, clothing One point the government Is requesting would advise that this Is a Federal
printed forms, etc. becom- project and part of these .
revenue for the United States. have had their day and now people are the banks to make plainto no Fed
ditional Ruling Made When he takes the office, Senator wish to amuse themselves with Leaving here early Sunday ing Impatient.Won't all prospective borrowers Is that eral funds can be used for securing
Larson will probably be one of merry and melodious) fare. morning after a two weeks' out- Profit In order to Insure prompt consider- of right-of-way and as the State t
\Disputed Futch Bill the youngest men to hold such an As soon as Carl Laemmle was ing at Kingsley Lake, Harry Gro- General revnue will not profit ation the mortgagee's consent to Road Department has no funds +t F

Important position In the country.He convinced of this trend, he took gan, 17, was instantly killed Sun- from payment of 1932 taxes be- accept bonds be procured and filed available for this purpose It will be a r .,

Eloquent taxes for 1931 and is only thirty-three years of age steps to revive, re-edit and reprintthe day afternoon near Cordele, Ga., cause there Is no state mlllage now along with the application for impossible to render any financial
years may be paid with bonds and has always been a "rock rib- famous "King of Jazz," star- when the car In which he was rid- for that purpose, but the fund will loans. assistance in this connection. l '

wna fide property owners be- bed" Democrat. He Is a native of ring Paul Whiteman. ing with his parents Mr.\ and Mrs. probably receive some assistance Those who expect to borrow Regarding the transfer of funds ,'
I Payment of 1932 taxes Attor- : Pennsylvania but has lived In)I Many of its singers and dancers W. O. Grogan, Miss Muriel Grogan, from redemption of old tax certificates money from the home loan bank allotted to this project, in case the
General I who were not stars at the time Mrs. J. P. Duffle and Miss Louise with bonds. The law
Cary D. Landis ruled Florida' since 1923, having charge requiresthat with which to refinance their property ight-of-way cannot be secured to r
[Friday, provided redemption is of the Lawrence Development this movie was first producedhave McCarson, all of Atlanta, Ga., when bonds are exchanged for must make application to the the State Farm Road or the :Hamp- ,

<"before lands are sold for non.sot Company's Improvements in the reached stardom because of overturned several times. The tax certificates, the state's portion branch In Jacksonville.. They on-Theressa Road, regret to say i
of taxes. Keystone Heights section. their work. party was rushed Immediately to a must be paid In cash. There wasa should first confer with local banksor (Continued on page B)
Y bonds and matured Interest Bing Crosby, who Is today one of Cordele hospital where the young state levy for general purposes whoever holds the mortgage lien /

of a county or special tax PENNEY FARMS WATCHMAN the outstanding favorites of radio, man died shortly after being admitted prior to 1931 and part of redemptions against their property, purely as a'' Raiford C. C. Corps .('
t within the county can be KILLS GROCERY STORE THIEF stage and screen, was at the time Other members of the par- for back years will be paid routine matter necessary in facilitating ( -
to redeem delinquent taxes: "King of Jazz" was first released, ty were not seriously hurt exceptthe into the general fund. negotiations with the Jackonvllle Name Camp "Starrett'- '

|*fi prior to 1932, Landis also W. SunnerslU, night watch- one of Paul Whiteman'a Rhythm boy's mother.who was reported Receipts are always lowest in branch. -

+ because the term "bonds or man at Penney Farms, early Tuesday Boys, and as such appeared in several to be In a serious condition at the middle of the summer and Governor The men of the 433rd Company '

red Interest coupons" used In morning shot and killed one of of the numbers of this musical. the hospital. Dave SholU and Comptroller QUITS ROAD CAMP: Civilian Conservation Corps, near pe l
Futch bill does "not include three men he discovered robbing a John Boles, who possesses one of : Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Holzendorf, Jim Lee are looking forward Jake Mason, Duval County negro Raiford, have officially named d1 '

i other forms of Indebtedness. grocery store and said he believed the best baritone voices ever heardon brother-in-law and sister of Mrs. to cool weather and a good tourist serving den years for robbery, their camp "Camp Starrett," for i

|'e ruling followed other opin he wounded one of the two who es the singing screen {Iq I featured Grogan, who were also members of season, stimulated tax paymentsand made his fourth escape Wednesday the man who bas made the camp v '
I 1Q vi.Jog! of the Futeb bill ,caped. 'The dead man has been In "King of Jazz." Since,bis first the house party left./Monday aft less grief:; Meanwhile they are He fled a prison camp atLake better.plac tn which tollvet"! He ,' ':

Public earlier In the **elL.' 'Identified as RIley Gant. Police appearance in this picture .Botes) their nephew and to be at the bedernoon advising beads of all departments Geneva. He was sentenced baa, devoted ble> time and-efforts @' '

I POrting instruction by Comp. headquarters in Jacksonville show baa gained further renown by extending to' attend the ''funeral of and Institutions not to buy any- January 131927. Ike Carter nero without, ead endeavoring to make

' .r J. 11. Lee. the ,attorney that> he had a long criminal record. his work to dramatic role. side of Mrs Orogan. They were accompanied thing that can be 'done without. ; sentenced from Plnellas County It the best camp, 'In the district k "'

laid the Futeh bill Provides But with the return to popularity by Mrs. Holzendorrs i'' November 13, 1931, to ten years "The men of the 433rd Company ', 4
OIlection of taxes by county Orange seed were brought to of musicals, he will In all probabU-I sisters Mrs. Ben Jackson of Bar- Sweden has treaties with Norway for assault to murder escaped take off their hats to a real com g. 1

4ectore'rather than circuit Florida from Spain early In the ity return to his place as screen'dom'a : -', tow Mrs. Charlie Willis and Mrs.' < Denmark and Finland outlawing from a prison camp at Gainesville mancUr-Captain Starrett" their
derlu. ( leading singing-star T. M. OUlver of Lakeland. for t.
century. war twenty Tuesday. eaders '
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y"l Mr.. II. M. Melt... .-. ... Vera tialnrr. Cur. Mine Itoot. Brown. Cor.E. K .. L.la Mal I.CMl. Car M. E. Crews Cor. EFFICIENT, PKOM1T MODERATE and COURTEOUS PRICES 8Em ICE"*'

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Eld. C A. Crosby filled hIs regu P.-T. A. Mwt Gnann of Okabumpka was Services were held at Deadon I Cecil Hardee, Clarence Parker STAUKE FLORIDA COMPANY
lar appointment at Corinth Satur- The Brooker Parent-Teachers visiting his daughter, :Mrs. Zona Church Saturday and Sunday by and Hughy and Lonzo Austin attended
; night and Sunday. Association met In regular monthly Morgan, Wednesday. Rev. G. E. McGauley of Brooker.Mr. the ball game at Lawtey
day end Mrs. H. E. Thomas and
A good number of people of this session on the afternoon of :Mlsa Dorothy Swambom of Sax-: Sunday.
section attended a prayer service Thursday, August 10. An unusually ton was the guest of Miss Boots sons, Floyd and Morris of Jack- G. D. Wilkinson was a visitor to

at the home of Eld. and Mrs. Ber- ; large number of patrons were Brown Friday afternoon.Mrs. sonville spent Friday and Saturday: Lawtey Sunday.
t"r ryun Dyal Sunday afternoon at present and quite a bit of business D. Boree and children were here with Mr Thomas' parents, School opened here last :Monday

; Sampson City. was disposed 1 of The president, visiting :Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Morganlast Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas. with :Miss Flora Conoly of Green .
; Mrs T. C. Hnzen conducted the I week. Mrs. Henry .Slift\v ant sons, Cove Springs principal.Mr. / ,
Mr. Delia Ooodge and childrenof meeting. Committees were ap- Louis *nd Junior and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. W. A. Beasent of MORE PER MILE ON
Ktatke the week-end herewith Clyde Griffis and Horace Redding -
spent
i",in ted to supervise the planting Loyd Padgett and little daughter Starke were visiting friends here OTHER
F Mi and Mm George Cone. of New River were in this section PAVEMENTS
,f shade trees In: the school yard Edith, spent Sunday with Mr. and Sunday.
+ir Hi) I'a'; Mae Norman of Van- Sunday evening.
irKl I to order playground equip Mr*. A. I. Mann and Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. N>Ison T. Green I I i
r derjLlt\ section pent Saturday Ellen Moore of Jacksonville
? ment. Plans were made for put- .Mrs. Tim Mann. and children of Starke were vial.
L sa Jllrllt ,'.'ith Misses Venice and Irlne of her slater 4 MORE
; ting on a play in the near future. was the dinner guest Rev. J. H. Kelley: susses Amy tors here Friday. PER MILE ON
L< VIHH Mrs. L. U. Morgan, Wednesday. ind Martha/ Groover Dan Polk and Miss Oleeta Green
a + The banner for highest percentage : spent the -- UNPAVED
J+ H. Lewis and daughter, Edna, of parents was awarded to Mr. Mr. and Mr*. D. A. Judd of this daughters, bUsses Audrey and Lo- wc<-k-enl1 In Starke with her par pN' .i STREETSFOR

? l and Mr- K. J. Lewis and granddaughter WlgginH' room grade nine. section were visiting Mr. and :Mrs. rean, attended church at Long ___.

_ ; Mary Mott, Sunday visIted Mrs. Mamie Ward of Jackson- Jim Bagwell Sunday evening. Pond last Saturday and Sunday.L ents.E.. Prescott -If.. and :Mrs. H C.
the bedside of Elam Cllsson 'ille is upending, a few weeks here. Rev. and Mrs. R. F. Kirkland of O. and Johnnie Lewis were in Wimberly Miss Beth Wlmbeily,
} who has been ill several weeks at Mr. and Mrs. Gene Long were Saxton and Jack Dlckson of Law- the Graham section Monday.Rev. Miss Patty Wimberly 'and BobbyDavla
Ei '- his home at Lalce Geneva. vlbitlng her parents In Athens, Oa., toy were In this section Sunday Lloyd Johns was attendingto were visitors to Lawtey FimrHot INFORMATION WRITE THE Cmcrr Sonncc: thin CARE OF<

Miss Ida Mae Lewis spent the the past weekend.The venlng. business In LaCrosse Saturday.Mr. Monday. PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATIONHurt
week-end with Ml ft Mildred Coodge Alachua Singing Convention Little Leaton Morgan Is visiting : C. S. Kelley: left last Tuesday B. H. Ricks and H. C. Wimberlywere I
Ga.
In Pine Level section. will meet with Brooker Church relatives and friends In Jacksonville for Tampa where he will visit In Starke Sunday. Building, Atlanta &TWlld a

Arthur McRae motored to Jacksonville third Sunday. Everybody Is wel- this week. He Is expected to friends and relatives.Mr. .
Monday afternoon. come to attend. return home Friday.A : and :Mrs. Elmer Stokes were

( F M. White made a business trip :Miss Vera Galncy is visiting with large crowd from this section visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bert Stokes WOK HEIZE

+ to the State Farm Tuesday. her aunt In Inverness for a few attended. church In Starke Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Padgett
i weeks. night. several days of last week. I Vt
We are sorry to report that Miss
"' Aryula Crosby Is 111 with pneumonia. We are sorry to report that Mr. Miss Ruby Shaw spent Sunday rt4so
i ;v Oscar Waters has two boy on the with her grandparents, Mr. and ?
sick list this week. We wish thema TIIERESSA Mrs. J. B. Thomas.
Willie Rogers of Lake Butler
speedy recovery. a
i was visiting relatives here Sunday.
111''lH Rhoda 7l: "'ler, Car.Mr. .
+ Mrs. Mertle Glisson and little

daughter, Bernice of Woodlawnwere I EVERGREEN By Special Arrangements with! the
Leading Magazines of the
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim / UAMPTON : and Mrs. T. M. Hagan of .'
Herscy Thursday afternoon. Hampton and !oIl'. and Mrs. H. D. Mr.. F. A. Ito.lcr' Cor, Country We Bring You the Etecosl. CarsoSn: of All Time .

;iJ Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hammock and \ ,!*. Adit f..o. Cor. I May and Miss Ida Hagan were visiting : Subscriptions To 3 Famous Magazines wolfs. A New or Renewal
children of Jacksonville and Mrs.J. .In Grandln Sunday afternoon.Mrs. J. Q. Rosier spent the week-end Order for This Newspapor.
M. Hersey of this section were Florence Williamson of at Sarasota.Mr. .
visiting relatives at Perry and Mr. and Mr!. Leo Wiggins of Earlton Is visiting relatives here. : and Mrs C. A. Pringle and ALL 4 ON LY" .
Lake City last week. South Florida are visiting here thin Miss Owelda Hall has returned children were visiting relatives MAKE UP YOUR C'.VN CLUu!
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and week. They are the guests of Mr. : home from a visit with relativesat here Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .

children of Hellbronn were visitingat Wiggins' parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Earlton.Mr. Schellle Rosier and children CHOOSE 1 A

H. I>>[. McRae's Saturday. B. Wiggins. Both were born and and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan and spent Saturday night and Sunday
r Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae have reared here, and have many friends son, Othma, and daughter Mrs. S. with Mrs. Willie Reddish. 1 Magazine From Group "A" It. fi. f>>

moved Into their new home In Pine who are always glad to see them. W. Griffith, were visitors to Starke Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crews spent 2 RLTgazines: From Croa"urn > WAnd

Level section. Marvin Blrt of Alachua County Saturday night.L. the week-end with her grandfather, J .
B L .
I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Oliver were attended preaching here last Sun C. Zelgler who, for the past John Sapp, at Sapp Station. j| .,. ''n. "']
? dinner of Mr. and Mrs. day evening. Miss Louise Rosier was visitingher < ,1 guests J. B. few months, has been visiting his II ..;W \ rrRM 1, Full, Year) 'WHY PAYMORE
Bowers In China Grove section Marvin Greene and daughter of I parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler, cousin, Lorene Rosier, at
Sunday. Miami are visiting friends and relatives has returned to Miami. Woodlawn Sunday. ?

r here this week. Mrs. Susie Hardy was visiting Mrs. J. M. Quinn and children

Renew Your Health A. A. Durden and daughter, Miss Miss Ida Hagan Tuesday after- spent Sunday with Mrs. J. L. Gas- Your Choice of Any One n RE_y Your Choice of Any Two
Hilda of Monticello were the
"" Purification guests of Mr. Durdcn's mother and noon.Mrs.. Arthur Mlllken of Starke kins.Mrs.. Russell Redding was visit Magazine In This Group M Magazines in This Group

By sister last Sunday. was visiting here parents Mr. and ing her mother, Mrs. Jean Gaskins, OROtTP A GROUP B

tv Any physician will tell you tliot Mrs. P. B. Hunt returned to her ,' Mrs. A. L. Sullivan, last week. Saturday afternoon. D McCaU'a Mgaslna-1 Yr. | 111 D Better Home V
1 d "Perfect Purification of the System home this week after a visit with George Hall of Buahnell waa visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cohen Peele and tJ Wonun'i Horn xnpl Yr. Garden e Tyr
f? ii Nature' i'ounjaliun: of her aunt, Mrs. 13. Redd of Alachua. his uncle, :M. Hall Thursday. Doris Reddish spent Sunday with D Pictorial R.vUw_I Yr. 0woman..World 1 rr
r'' Perfect Health." Why not rid Grady Brown of Jacksonville Is George Hill. Calvin Hall. R. M. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rosier near o Scr"i Play! 1 Yr. r o c +rr O Needlecraft Magazine. ,. 1 I n
yoursulf of chronic ailments that (
spending a few days here the guestof Hersey, Richard Clark, Wllmont Lawtey.Mr. D Hollywood Mori M f.l Yr. 0 Good Storlel I yr
}v'y Purify are undermining' your entire+' system your vitality by taking his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Z. Brown, Adam Helaey and M. Loper and Mrs. Raiford Starling of o Open Road (Boy.l Yr. 0 Country HomeD e ::11f1

a thorough course of Calotulm Brown. were business. visitors to Starke Clay Hill were visiting her parents, 0 Pathfinder (Wkly.) _I Yt OD +, Succeisful Farming a lyrAL
,
-once or twice a week for several Jackie Carpenter of Palatka is Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Griffis Sunday. .r1 0 Progressive! Farmer :lye
ockand SOB bow Nature towards the guest of his grandparents, Mr James Trlest and Miss Ida Ha Mrs. Jean Gaskina and children 419 lIr! l4oind* 7W- PQ D j Southern Agriculturist I yr
you with health and Mrs. J. Pursley, this week. gan were business visitors to were visiting her daughter, Mrs. JLp!lJJl JU-lot- **1 Bi u.And four Choict: of Any OmtAozmlnt

k Calotubs purify the bland by notlvatlnjf Rev. F. M. Taylor Rev. G. C. Starke Saturday morning.Mrs. Russell Redding, Sunday afternoon. THREE IN ALL THREE In IN Group ALL A
the liver, kidney, stomach McGauley, and E. J. King attended E. L. Kinchen of Starke .
and bowels. In 10 ets. and 35 eta.packages. preaching at Heilbronn Spring was a visitor here Saturday after- HYGIENE OF SWIMMINGJACKSONVILLEWorld'a:
All dealer. (Adv.) Fair
last Sunday.
TH
noon. F t g I .
I Mrs. C. L. Carpenter and chil- visitors from Jacksonville whose 6P tujt ua nSld OeotJeme
dren of Groveland are visiting here. The "glass" slipper Cinderellawore tour has taken them through the
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Costa Rica passed a law which meaning "fur slipper." Progress have returned home with There are no strings attached to this with a 7aars subMStjitloa to your acwipaptr.Nam .

nationalizes all electric power S accounts of a signal honor that has offer I Every magazine subscription
+ available to form a government The yellow Chinese poppy of the come to Dr. H. Marshall Taylor of *.
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t highlands are often more city. motion picture
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1 an.a Two hundred and fifty-four persona of Swimming" Is one of two the time will be properly ex Street or R.F.D. -
ICE COLD BEERAsk were killed In the enforcement There are more than 6,000 small health subjects being shown at the
of the) prohibition law for the year j lakes In Michigan, where fishingand exposition. Florida scenes are depicted tended. Turn and Stat. _
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By Dr. ERNEST II. LINES
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nm CORN CROP MAY BUY LANDTALLAHASSEEThe n N o*York Lilt IfUOTMe C.m.-y
LEEC-HOBEE The largest Federal

p of corn ever produced in government is contemplating pur- THE OPEN ROAD i ';'
chobee County la now being chase of Florida lands for forestry i : i

'ete Ccunty Agent C. A. developments, according to William r mini: can of the open road lures many a vacationist Well-marked smooth
'7 T1/6
Iford reported. L. Wilson representative of t /) JL highways throughout the nation J carry millions of people every summer
the Florida Agricultural Relief n eiNr to historic spot or other place of Inte-est or perhaps to the sonshore, h

,-FRESHMAN1: { 'EEK"Al Commission, but what lands are r&' % l 1 F20M mountains or elsewhere. 1,
I N E S V I LLE-" Freshman under consideration, have not been 1 f Although It would seem that l I
LI at the University of Florida decided upon. sufficient advice and warning had Important. the condition of the
ft begin; Monday. September 11. 4 r w I \v' TN6 already been given on how to avoid if not' more so Intelligence and Y
| nerald the official open- PRICES SATISFY 7 automobile accidents, yet the automobile quick perception and reaction are
I, will the university. A normal LIVE!OAK-Tobacco sales on the ( i hi fNDANS Is responsible for about __ntlal. People with heart disease ,
Of ,
is anticipated. Live Oak floors held their own last 100,000 accidental deaths every year. or other serious ailments make better f'

loAIIASSEE'S FIRST" BALEALLAHASSEE $22,820.00 for on average of $16.30 v quickest ways to bring a happy Don't drive If you are tired. Many
-E. a. Crump, per hundredweight. Several piles holiday to a tragic conclusion. accidents! orcur from drivers dropping t s't
JcoBUkee farmer, brought theIt went at 31 and the lowest grades Drive carefully' always. Slow downat asleep at I ho wheel and waking up lathe is
bale )t 1933 cotton to the Tal- brought three cents per pound. Me- all crossings, and stop unless you hasp i
ILsee market last Friday. The dium quality was offered as the can see a long way both right and left. '
f' Although you may think you have If you are driving across country;/
Hi pie> brought 12 cents per pound market reached the midpoint. the right of way, the other fellow don't try to drive too far each day. I
a was bought by C. H. Parks. might not agree. So don't take The tendency Is to Increase speed and
1,1,I commission merchant,for $60. SHORTAGE REPORTED chances. Stop at all railroad crossings to take greater risks the longer! a l "
TALLAHASSEE The summer and drive cautiously in congestedareas person has been driving. Don't wait t'
BILLFKOOS PIPE DOWN season, when hens take vacations, particularly where children until the gasoline tank is almost
IT,PETERSBURG-When dron- has brought about a scarcity of -I may be playing in the street. You empty before stopping for rest and t, p
'< bullfrogs interfered with the fresh Florida eggs, the inspection J may lose a few second of time, but relaxation. If more than one person .(
Inii sequence of a motion picturethe division of the Department of Agriculture you may save a life. In the car can drive, change place t

movie lot here recently aill announced here. Another Have your car checked over by a often.
from the Klelg lights was condition In the shortage, it was 741zc47&J2L02DAs competent mechanlo before starting; Makecrosscountrydriving a vaca* itj tI
Ificlent to make them "pipe said, Is the heavy orders for eggs a trip. Brakes, steering gear, headlights tlon, not a contest to see how far
11," to be used in the Civilian Conser- and tires should be In perfect. you can drive each day or how i t. I
vation Corps forestry camps. condition.If quickly you CUD get from one place 1, {

BOX OF FROG LEGS you drink alcoholic\ beverages. tothen t b ;
UIPA.J. Edgar Wall, newTmanter LAKE CITY APPLIES let someone who does not drink drive

here, received a big box LAKE CITY-By united actionof the car. Thit ii the fourth of a ri'. of
frog legs, dressed ready for the its commission as well as the Don't drive If you enjoy taking \1nrticlttonVaentioniand Health 1 -. ,,
tug pan and sent to him under commission's advisory board of citizens chances. More than your own life ThefillAon'ood.J/iaoM'Water. twill
f igeratlon. The legs were from the city of Lake City has and safety depends on who Is at the answer till quettiont i Yi 1, t
applied for a loan from the Reconstruction to Hue of
Don't
artow concern that specializes I wheel. try pam a I."hat diet Is best In hot
shipments of frog legs Finance Corporation in ears unless the road Is clear a long
egular weatherT :*. How can you be
s'
fcorthern markets. "Finest frog the amount of $50,000 for a new way ahead, ample warning has been sure of drinking only milk
pure
i rve seen since I was in Texas water works well and pump. The By his bland manner of expressing given, and you can pees while driving and waterT 3. What are common -
Irs ago, the postmaster exImed. present equipment, it Is stated, friendship with the Florida settlers, with war.The celebrated CASSENA tree is com- cautiously. Don't try to pans any causes of "acute Indiges ,
when he opened the pack- costs too much to operate in the many of whom he was on intimate terms, mon in Northern Florida. From its lca.ea car if you have to rush to mako it. tion"? i. I Itt.upraaa4
matter of electrical current used The mentality and physical con
the Seminole chief
crafty ALLIGATOR an exhilarating bcvcrago: known as the>
for the big pumps and the savings dition of the driver are equally us \ IBM,W. Y.I*t.()g.) s
was often able to obtain needed food, "black drink", has long: bean rrep*-#d *y Sg.
effected In this item alone Is expected
clothing and even powder and lead from the Indians. IU glossy evergreen" Wr- 5 I ry'
to liquidate the debt Incur-
red to the government.DID them. His expert knowledge of the country are small toed! obk-uf. The trcev'a-a I And the Worst is Yet to Come.

ATLAS and 'shrewd tactics in the field of adorned wttiijs 1::a..e t.8 of biig*.* sc -

NOT TAKE ADVICE battle, made him an exceedingly dangerous berries, is a distinctive Icaiuro,. *t i..case
TAMPA-Against the urgent foe tlurinjr\ the jrrent\ Florida Seminole forests.

The Standard Oil advice of her physician, Mrs. EllaB. -- _ !,
Jones, 51, went to Chicago a NKA PROGRESSING SEIZED IIY SIiERIFFJACKSONVILLE INTEREST ON TAXES $160.508: J I
\Tire GuaranteedOne month ago to see the Century of JACKSONVILLE Walter N Seizure of TAMPA--The Jacksonville ,

Progress Exposition. She had never Pearce, Florida representative ot sixteen merchandise vending machines headquarters of the Federal Inter- ._ .t_ ; r ,F
Year seen a World's Fair and was deter- the NRA said today the recovery of the "slot machine" type nal Revenue Division has filed no-
mined to see the one at Chicago. drive in the state Is "progressing, was reported at the office of Sheriff time in Federal District Court here, I
*...........c Members of her family here received satisfactorily." At 4 p.m. Saturday Rex Sweat. The machines were that the John Rlngllng Estates 4 9 .Ip/ !, r f
a telegram last week announc- 18,071 employers In the state had taken by deputies following complaints owes the government $166,508 in
ing her death at the home of signed the President's blanket that the brass checks intended unpaid interest on unpaid asssessed
Frigidairethe friends in Chicago. Over exertion agreement. In all 55,398 employee solely for play in the machines taxes. /
and excitement aggravating high were affected. No figures on Increase for amusement, were being
Bf'A tslt, +4tll
blood traded for merchandise.LOW TAO SALES! INCItEASEDTALLAHASSEESale ,
pressure having caused her in employment were avail, + "'f2IP.AP .
death. able. There are between forty and of 1933
\
three year guar- forty-five thousand employers In CITRUS RATE motor vehicle licenses, already to- Ii, ,

led electric refrigerator 103 MATURED BOLLS the state. TALLAHASSEE The State taling more than $15,000: since August .I.Irr
CRACEVILLE-A cotton stalk, Railroad Commission has announced 1, far exceeded sales duringthe
bearing 105 matured cotton bolls, CANCEL PAVING CHARGES railway lines had voluntarily first week of August 1932
has been brought to Gracevllle and TITUSVILLE-The city council agreed to extend until June 1, 1934, George Wilder, acting State Motor
put on display. The stalk stand last week concelled all city atre the 12 cents a hundred poundson Vehicle Commissioner, reported
For sale by about four feet and eight Inches in paving and special sewer assess carload lots of citrus. A standard last week. f {
height and despite Its unusually ment liens against property on box of citrus weighs eighty-
large boughs is dropped from the which local churches and parson five pounds, the commission said. LIGHTNING KILLS TWO A i +
excessive weight of the large num- Florida's last was LAKE CITY-Two deaths from
ages are located. This action was crop year approximately '
Smith's Service ber of bolls. The stalk was grown taken under the provision of a special 22,000,000 boxes. It lightning within four days of each :J: -'. .
by C. G. Grant, local planter, who act of the last Legislature permitting was shipped by various methods. other is an unusual record for Columbia ,. I
said that he is plowing up several the Titusville council to County. VanDyke Croft I
acres of cotton, whose stalks will cancel the assessments If asked to GAME ROBS TOWN was killed Sunday by a bolt from ', f ; 1 1e
StationStarke the size of the one he has the blue, at his home near Lulu, ,
average do so. Petitions signed by a majority ST. PETERBURO-Bollta, a Cuban
on display. Planters of this section of the located south of here, on Road 28. I
of members of each lottery, Is taking $20,000 week .& II
Fla. claim that the 105 bolls on the local churches were presented, to ly from this city, according to Police William F. Ogden, while washingbis I
stalk are a record number for recent the council. Chief R. N. Noel. In a single hands between two negroes on ,
the porch of D. Roe Alarkham's !
years. raid staged after a customer"had
home situated mile west of thin.
$15.000 ADVERTISING complained that the peddlers had a 1''I t r *<
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city, was struck and instantly kill I' 'I
HOLLYWOOD-Anticipating a failed to pay off on a winning num-
I ed Wednesday. The
big winter tourist season, realty ber, police seized 22,500 tickets and 'not harmed. negroes were : rla e

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remodeling properties Including -I both of whom
were peddlers, was a
several apartments hotels and white man and the other a negro. SCHOOL DAYS By ll VIGq Try x b
dwellings.! Realty officials state
A that approximately $100.000 will be MAY PURCHASE LAND
spent on such work in its plan to TALLAHASSEE William L. + { N '

Increase and Improve facilities, for Wilson. Washington representative
high class accommodations before of the Florida Agricultural and Industrial
January 1. The companies also Relief Commission, recent.
stated that about $15.000: would be ly told the board the Federal De
i HIS new Pathfinder Is a Goodyear spent in advertising Hollywood ad partment of the Interior Is considering
Uggerraluethan theold All-Weather vantages. but had not decided on the
'hinder.1 1 has the bigger Sup.rtwl? Card; purchase of Florida lands for for
|'ty margin of FULL CEN- Tlrn FUTCII MAKES: PLEA estry developments. Governor Dave
|1 TRACTION bigger 4.40-21 $7.20 SARASOTA Explaining the Sholtz, former Governor Cary A.
Ilal4e from the 20 PER 4.50.20 7.60 workings of the law of the 1933 Hardee and other members of the
| THICKER TREAD- 4.50.21 7.90 Legislature which bears his name, State Board told Wilson to con
arts body of heat-reslst- 4.73-1J 8.40 Senator T. O. Futch, president of tinue his efforts to Interest the
SupertwieeCordand 4.75.20 8.65: the Upper House, appealed to a Washington authorities In Floridaas
If Improvements that 5.00-17 8.55 mass meeting of taxpayers here to a field for reforestation work.

t. 'It a still better buy cheer .1... da pay their 1932 taxes: to help pull
the 17,000,000 A- 1 e' WrIIM the state out of the financial bog. LARRIMORE LOSESTALLAHASSEE
Path- !Pall O -i that Senator Futch said the matter now -J. W. Larrl-
went before.
waa entirely in the hands of the more, convicted slayer of two men
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"* at the AllWeatherea.aIIOIThlaareatthOl' taxpayers. He predicted Florida In Jackson County, Friday lost an-
l Goody P I along with the rest of the country other attempt to have the Supreme
bred the finest tire Path find would come out of "this terrible Court set aside his sentence of
money can buya sap.rrwm Card :slump," but every man, woman and electrocution. The court denied a
alluring! price I : taj. TlTM w child In the state he added, must motion for a rehearing of its decisIon -
4.40.21 $,.50 do his or her part. recently In which It turned

lUcbeyer you want 4.50-20 6.00 down Larrimore's plea for a writ
!hllnder or All-Weatber 4.$0.21 If.25tnlembertblalMorepeo r RATTLE SNAKE MONEY of error to the Jackson County

4.75-19 6.70 ARCADIA-The largest bounty Court. In his latest plea he claimed
If. laying money with 4.75-20 7.00 yet paid on rattlesnakes in this\ that a division of the court on
tart than with any 30x3 W "..95or county to one man at one time waa he previous appeal should serve
kind. Other >lmlm r.u+e collected by Bill Cross, who In his favor. f iKve
pr..nrti.n brought In rattles and tail meat -
All Pet o..nt.. from twenty-two rattlers. He said SEEK BUILDING FUND

he killed the snakes on Eagle Island TALLAHASSEE A building
OOD a high hammock in the prairie program at state Institutions involving -
EAegister '
east of here, where the rattlers expenditures of about
took refuge when heavy rains cov 3000.000 la being considered by
ered the lowlands. The snakes had Governor Dave Sholtz and the .. i is

Motor from three to seventeen rattles. Florida Agricultural and Industrial
Cross received $5.50: for the kill. Relief Commission.. Announcing k
Since the county started paying the proposed program Governor '
bounties on rattlers last October. Sholta said about $900,000 of the 1t- cIts '
Commissioner Clerk Bennett baa money if It.a\ obtained from, the
Company paid for more Wan 1,700 snake federal public works fund might
Allowing for reproduction he said I be expended at the University of r w
STAKE this means abou 17,000 fewer rat. Florida and the Florida State College -
FLORIDA tlera. for Women.
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"' Baptist Circle Meetings :\Mrs Inman EntertainsMrs. ,

g Monday afternoon at the Weeks Vondft Inman was' hostessto yBRADFORD COUNTY

cottage at Kingley Lake, Mrs. J a number of the Woodmen Circle .

; M. Brownlee and Mrs. W. L. Wall members last Friday afternoon b4 HOUSEWIVES

w were hostesses to Circle No. 1 of: from four to six o'clock at a benefit

"I the Baptist Missionary Society. bridge and sewing party at her J i

The devotional was conducted by home near Starke.
FAVORITE PIE RECIPES
the leader, Mrs. Brownlee, and was Mixed flowers were used to deco-

;v + assisted by Mrs. R. A. Thmas. lira, rate the home where the guests --

O. P. Raymond read a part of a spent a most enjoyable afternoon
Apple Pie! Cocoanut Cream Ma
y .45 I; chapter or the book, "The Largest playing bridge and sewing.

1r s p Stewardship." The draw prize, a beautiful bed Four large fresh apples, three- Three eggs separated, two cups
"
"igtr,.; 'The regular business meeting lamp, was awarded to Mrs. Beulah fourths cup of sugar, two table- sweet milk, one-half teaspoon salt,

; followed and Mrs. Brownlee appointed Hunt of Hampton, and the cut spoons of butter, one-fourth tea- one cup sugar, two tablespoons e -

3, "' v r"-' n Mrs. R. A. Thomas as prize, a string of beads, was won spoon each of cinnamon and nut- butter, five tablespoons flour, two

,:. .gyp chairman of a committee to Investigate by Miss Gladys Williams. teaspoons vanilla, one can moist

r ,; ?k, the needy children In this Late in the afternoon Mrs. In- meg.Line pie plate with crust. Add cocoanut. t i

p a. P! community. Three new members man served her guests a most de- the apples sliced real thin, cover I Beat egg yolks thoroughly, add t r

.J.; ''I8 were added to the Circle's list, Mrs licious frozen salad course. with sugar, butter and spices. Then milk. Mix salt, sugar and flour together fly
s.
f ; Annie Richard Mrs. A. II. Johns
cover with top crust and cook un- and add a little of the milk .
and Mrs. H. H. Carroll, who were '.....
til done. -
Methodist W. M. S.
and mixture to make a smooth .:
egg ..:
gladly welcomed into the society. .', .., .
.. .. 4aa
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:
Pie Crust paste, then add the rest of milk : .r. '"' ,-'' ';:;
The Woman's Missionary Societyof _
The remainder of the afternoonwas I u N'
and Cook In double boiler "
egg.
spent In sewing and chatting the Methodist Church will meet Take one cup of flour, add a 'until thick, stirring constantly. FL02DAJ'GIEAT
swim In Mcnday afternoon at the Churchat of salt and two tablespoonfuls -
a x which was followed by a pinch heaping Add butter and cool, then vanilla
f '
e the lake. 4:00: o'clock for the regular business of Crisco and mix /NSTITUT/!
P assisted Mrs. and devotional meeting. All with ice water. Will make two and cocoanut. (Save a little cocoa-
#
The hostesses by c/ /GCe .lGAeNII'
nut for in
of Put
top meringue.) 't 6.I2Niv4'sfly -
f'f'S.. T. Dell and Mrs. Joseph E. WIt !- members urged to be present. crusts. '
P baked pie shell, cover with meringue -
son,, served a tempting salad Mrs. A. W. Anderson,
VIOLIN RECITAL made of three egg whites, three
f course. Starke, Florida. .
at 3:00 tablespoons sugar. Sprinkle cocoa-
afternoon
Saturday :
N4 Mrs.Those Wall enjoying and Mrs.the Brownlee meeting were with: o'clock, the pupils of Miss Anita nut over top, put In oven and brown. 0/ 72OhYDAGANESWZlE

Courtmanch In This also makes a good banana pie.
were presented a
y' c .
Mrs W. G. Stringfellow, Mrs. J.
recital at the high school auditorium Caramel Cocoanut Pie Mrs. D. A. Montleth, \ _
vYj B. Sapp, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee,, Mrs.
tie l Starke, Florida.
I R. A. Thomas, Mrs. G. P. Raymond, One and one-half cups of milk, WA F.eUJr

r Mrs. D. L. Silcox, Mrs. J. L. Silcox, The following program was given three tablespoonfuls flour, one cup /

f + Mrs. J. W. Edwards, Mrs. G. H. with Mrs. J. H. Courtmanch as of brown sugar, one egg, one table- OF T.E TQOPcSSAtil'

I Bennett Mrs. P. M Barefoot, Mrs. piano accompanist: spoonful of butter and one cup of Chiffon Lemon" Pie

W. J. Epperson, Mrs. J. D. Good Melody in F (Rubenatleln)-N. grated cocoanut. Baked pie crust. ..
Two one cupful one- "
man, Mrs. J. H. Hundley, Mrs. S. T. Ritch. Scald the milk In double boiler, eggs sugar' CtlbRI2blhce

G. Lewis, Mrs..E. C. Priest, Mrs. S. Valse (Jean Conte)-Oliver Hut- pour it over the flour and sugar fourth cupful lemon juice, one tablespoonful -

d 6 1q r t T. Dell, Mrs. Joseph E. Wilson, .o. mixed together. Return to boiler ,of grated lemon rind,

e ':u ? Mrs. Annie Richard, Mrs. A. H. I Melody Op. 48, No.1 (Joseph and add the well beaten egg and one-eighth teaspoonful salt.

r r ,rl Johns and Mrs. II. H. Carroll. Bloch)-John Arthur Torode. cook until thick. Then beat In the Separate 'the and beat the establishment: 1n ll>o.., me University I tnrouffhout the world as is given to graduates

Circle No. 2 was entertained by Tarontede, Op. 26, No. 12 (Hans butter and cocoanut. Cool, and stir eggs of Florida has made tremendous of any other institution of
yolks, in half a of the higher
cup
the leader Mrs. L. G. Powell and Sltt), Concert In G Minor, Op. 12, then In baked
previously From enrollment
pour sugar, the lemon juice and the progress. an of 136 students learning in the country.
Miss Etta Tlson at their home One Movement (F. Settz)-Margie crust. If desired
cover with merin- at the first session 1905-06 the The
McMillan. grated rind. Cook over hot water tropical SURINAM CHERRY
Monday afternoon at 3:30. Mrs. or
l+ if4' : Falling Leaves J. B. gue. until rather thick. Cool the mix- registration has increased to approximate PITANGA a Brazilian
A. M. Darby opened the devotional ( Seredy), Mrs. Annie Richard, indigene, in grown
service with a prayer and Mrs. Sobre Las Olas (Rosas-By) Violin Starke, Florida ture and fold in the egg whites ly 2,500, which, with a faculty of more extensively in Southern Florida as an ornamental
which have been beaten stiff with than 200 and
Ensemble. a teaching division divided
Powell read the second chapter of shrub or hedging plant. The
1 Samuel. Miss Anita Courtmanch, director the other half cup sugar and salt into ten colleges and schools, stands as ribbed fruits are pendant on a slender

!, The regular business meetingwas ; first violin (B), Margie Mc- Garden- of Eden Pie added. the fastest growing institution in the stem, 'about one inch in diameter and of

held at which time plans were Millan; second violin, John Arthur Pour into a baked crust and South. With this growth has come national a
very spicy acid flavor. It is
eaten
g1 + discussed for raising money to purchase Torode; second violin, Oliver Hut- Line pie plate with pastry. Fill bake in a slow oven ((324 degrees) recognition. This status entitles its fresh fruit and also as a
I used in
El new hymnals for the church. to; third violin. N.- T. Rltch. with fresh apples sliced thin. Place I I until lightly browned. Serve cold, Graduates to the same consideration Had(._ on.ft ..h".h"ta, making jel-
1 The hostesses served their guests --- over the Annlpa A vpnornnji nmnnnr I plain, or with whipped cream. -- ---- ---
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delicious sandwiches and Iced tea. UNION SERVICE AT M. E. of chopped nuts and raisins.; : Add Makes one pie.
4 CHURCH wood were business visitors to "BE THE BEST OF WIUTEnYOU
NEXT SUNDAY
t. ; Those present at this meeting one cup of sugar, one teaspoon of Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Jacksonville Monday afternoon.P. .
ARE"
were: flour, a teaspoon of cinnamon anda Starke, Florida. LAWTEY
1 tars.' Maria L. Klckllter Next Sunday evening the Baptist L. Dinkins of Jacksonville
Mrs. E. tablespoon of water. Add the top -
i, f 1 1 M. Thomas, Mrs. F. F. Flume, Mrs. and Presbyterian Churches will crust and sprinkle over with butter O. J. FhUllpa, Cor. spent Sunday here with his family. If you can't be a pine on the top

G. W. Alderman, Mrs A. M. Darby unite with the Methodist in the sugar and cinnamon. Bake un- Chocolate Pie Mrs. W. F Godwin has'as her! of the hill

"1' Mrs. H. Williams, Mrs. Alford, regular Sunday evening union til ready. I guest this week Mrs. H. M. Register Be a scrub In the valley, but be
,; t. Mrs Nat Williams Mrs. Charles service. Rev. W. F. Jones will have Serve with cheese One-fourth block of butter, two Robbery Tuesday Night of Jacksonville. The BEST little scrub at the aide
or whipped Robbers
two of Tuesday entered
night
eggs tea/tpoonfuls;, cornstarch
charge of the service and most .
Overstreet, Mrs.. W. H. Perkins, a cream. of the rill;
one 'cup of one the commissary of the Edwards
,
Mra. C. cordial Invitation Is extended to all sugar cup Be bush if be tret.
A. Knight, Mrs. E. L. Mrs. J. F. a you can't a
tG attend this service. Colley, of cream, a cup of milk or water, Turpentine Company and obtained
g J Biggs, Mrs. James Shepard, Miss Starke, Florida. vanilla and a pinch of salt, and about $25 worth of groceries and BOOTSEY'S BEACH
q Amy Moore and Mrs. A. L.Kalr If you can't be a bush be a bit
Jr.Samian. Fuchsias were named from the two tablespoonfuls of cocoa. clothing. Entrance was made by 1*. Ga..'... CAV. I of grass
sawing a hole In the floor. Thieves
discoverer, Leonard Fuchs, a Ger- Mix butter, egg yolks, sugar, also broke into Some highway to happier make.
F. R. Carradine's
1'i. i ware U ancient Greek man botanist. Pineapple Pie corn starch and cocoa and salt, store Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawfordand If you can't be a muakle, then Just
Wednesday night of last week
V pottery. One adding cream, milk and vanilla. children and Mr. and Mrs. C. be a bass
can grated tour and stole beer
French pineapple, candy, cigarettesand
cavalrymen are among Cook until thick. Cool But Ilvlieat in the lake.
and placein E. Crawford and baby spent Sun- the bass
the most skillful in tablespoonfuls of flour, one-half about $3 in pennies.
equestralns
OVER w0t the world. teaspoon: of salt, one cup of sugar, already baked pie shell and cov- day at Woodlawn with Mr. and

one-fourth cup of water, two tablespoonfuls er with meringue, using the two left Locals! Mrs. Carl Milliards. We can't all be captains, we've got
N.ERVES over egg whites for the Mrs. J. and Al- to be crew.
meringue. Roy Quinn
u of butter Mrs. son.
'4rit Frosted glass, used in forming one egg E. M. Bennett is seriously
Mrs. A. F. Sauls, gee, of Evergreen and Mrs. R. C. There's something for all of us
t
and the and rind UI at
... vases and ornaments, is made by yolk juice grated this writing.Mr. .
!
F .,. MI.I.--! --... the Venetians of one-half lemon. Starke, Florida. and Mrs. Griffis of Lawtey and Mrs. M.: L. here, '
[ $ Heat F. R. Caradine Thompson and children were visitIng There's big* work to do, and there'i
in double boiler
"""' pineapple ,
were visiting relatives in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. lesser to do
't. .. mix flour, salt and, sugar with wa- the L. Gaskfna ,
Tuesday evening. Sunday. And the task we must do U !tie
ter. Add to pineapple and cook Next week" Telegraph will
print Favorite Pear and Re- J. C. Gatewood attended a district Miss Louise Rosier of Evergreenwas near.
RITZ THEATRE fifteen minutes. Then add the egg Grape
and butter and cook another five cipes. convention of Insurance men visiting her aunt,.Mrs. W :M.
at Palatka Saturday. Reddish Sunday. If you can't be a highway, !hen
STARKE. FLORIDA minutes, Place in previously As both of these fruits are now ,
Mrs. T. J. Terry returned to her Mrs. R. C. Griffis of Lawtey just be a trail;
cooked pie shell and add meringue. In, we have had some requests for
it home here Friday from spent the week-end here with her If you can't be a sun be a star.
Tampa.Mr.
Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr.
PROGRAMBEGINNING recipes of both.,so !if you have a
we
Starke, Florida. good one be sure and send it in. and Mrs J. M. Tatum of De- daughter, Mrs. M.. L. Thompson.L. It Isn't by size that we win or

AUGUST 18 I II I Land visited their daughter, Mrs. I J. Norman and G. N. Normanof fall

G. W. Roberts, Thursday and Fri Highland were visitors here Be the best of whatever you are.
"'01, 'n. ".", ':' ,' '..."I.J. -oars 'Tr .Si Sunday. New
MATINEE 3:30 P. M. Pompano
day.Mrs. :.....
Monday Thursday Saturday Picturesque Bermuda Attracts Paul Smith of Baldwin visIted -

Night 7:45 and 0:15 P,; +,1. Dully w., ,,.,*.--.- ." relatives and friends here Fri-


'r. IIP TO Mr In work- Friday > Saturday American Travelers Year Round day M. F. Brown of Tampa was a L + Do You Know ? + J

1
nave bualneaa visitor here Friday.
every afc high Unalon. "Elmer TKeT Great" .
No wonder yon ana10 at the wife J. C. Gatewood and Bill Harrell
-<'< ,
and bark at the dren. JOE E. BROWN : < "'i 't', were business visitors to Gainesville -
Watch out I Overworkedmay 'tI'' K qYi Friday. y- r

%h may lead to Bleeplaao. Monday Tuesday 't3 Mayor A. A. Griffis was trans- a
..... Nervous
c Headache. N_ acting business in Starke Monday. e t

GIlle ether Indigestion unpleasant and disturbance a host of, "King Of Jazz"I'uul Miss Lucille Plummer. who has J M.' V

Why don't you try Dr. Milea been visiting In Gainesville, returned E ? Y ,,
s Effervescent Nervine Tablet? \Vhltriruin and Ills Band to her home here Sunday.

a Jut one in a ball glass ot John Dole" fling Crosby Mrs. C. R. Atkinson and Miss

water make a pleasant apart Kathaleene Blanchard were visitIng -
Hag drink deHgbtf iiUy oothuav Glorious Girl. Big Stars In Gainesville and Ocala Fri- : !b
to ova'-t.xo 1I< Dr. Mllee Nervine is now day.Paul
made la two forma--Liquid and Wednesday Thursday Howard was a business
KffervwMent Tablet Both have visitor to Jacksonville Friday.Mr. .

the same) soothingeffect.. "Her Bodyguard" and Mrs. B. Durham and :
( SljOO at year' drug store' Mrs. T. J. Terry were visiting at 2" r A

Baldwin Sunday afternoon.
01tM.'J.I".ICS'; Wynne Gibson Edmund Lowe
tl Miss Bobble Conly of Green Cove r

AL&> SELECTED SnORTS Springs Is visiting her sister, Miss _

I l V; Flora Conly, here this week. }

E 10 FREE TICKETS GIVEN Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede were A
Belmont Manor Hotel Bermuda
,
FRIDAY NIGHT, AUGUST 18
it !t TA J.ItTS visiting relatives in Jacksonville


A. P. Thompson I host at the Belmont Sunday.Lester Austin, who won a story / $

; 'HOW WOMEN Manor i id Contest sponsored by a Jacksonville 4'1

CAN WIN MEN .--. newspaper, the prize being a :

G. of the best known hotels la standing cllliens of almost every I week-end trip to Miami, returnedto

t! I ONE world is the Belmont large city. his home here Tuesday. _

.:; AND MEN WIN\ Manor and Golf Club an imposing One reason for the Belmont' attraction Miss Guilda Marie Thede and ... s, c,

r j? I array of red-rooted buildings capping Is its excellent cuisine. brother Richard, who have been

I a Mil overlooking Hamilton After a day of exercise in the invigorating spending the summer in Chicago,
?: The Favor of Other Men Harbor Bermuda and surroundedby semitropical air of Bermuda IlL; Milwaukee, Wla.; St. Paul and ,

t, Unless two pints of bile -- .. a championship golf court the Belmont dining room is : Manka to, Minn., returned to their
Juice UMot th a to lit rid of this Dol.oa thdntrori .. Just off the front verandah lean an attractive spot.
4 flow oally from your )liver into you PWMMI ....... Th,., .ui t outdoor stone c. terrace, a When asked to give American home here Sunday reporting a very t
r ',I'' your bowel, y>ur food decays inyour do .It. foe th.r,. only,. man out Ik. tall Mid and for pleasant> trip.
L bowels. This of your bowel* and that d_' toko swimming pool a sloping lawn housewives the recipe one of aPod.rpe.
s potions your .. covered with chairs for dosing his moat dishes Mr. Miss Autherlne Blanchard -
7 mouth ef tho d. .. po...... Comotteo easy popular was
r-Rh9e Movements
body. get hard won't kelp .t all. In the sun or shade. Off la the Thompson selected pineapple shopping in Jacksonville Thursday .
.li + and eon.t(pated. You get yellow Oulr s fro Dow of your hilo Jul.. will distance Is the many-hued waterof coupe. Canned pineapple, becauseof afternoon.Mrs. .
aAl-
tongue, yellow skin, pimples, dull top uu do y pol on In your .........Tho fc--* --l
(eyes, bad breath. bad taste ono mild ....t.b1. .....ucl.. whisk .iartofr the harbor enclosed by green Its refreshing Quality and high G. W. Brown and Mrs. -, i
r dizziness.headache. You have, gas S .. flow of your bile jnloo I. Cvtwr'oLlttU hills dotted with the snowy white I nutritive value. Is much In demandin Tames T. Moore THAT the muakelonge, one of the and, gimU of CnjdJ
e. be., Liver rill. No "' 0..1! (mormry: ) roofs of cottage. It is a scene Bermuda. Here Is the recipe: were visiting in water flab, grow a complete new aet of teeth each/yead
come an utrly-looking" foul-smell- In C..t..'.. Only IIn.... mild ...Ublo. never forgotten by the Bermuda Starke Tuesday The teeth begin to l loosen about the middle of August, though th tfllM J
? lug sour-thlnklnjr person. You oat_ If you would brine book your visitor. Pineapple Coupe Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders were will differ' "orth.rlJ
I Iliave lost personal charm. Mraonil charm to win tart taklnic according to the locality and except In the more ,
your mra from all of the Mix canned tidbits to.thillt
People part pineapple business visitors ectlone of
to Starke tM
e.....,'. LHUo U..r 1'111. aooordln to Satur- Ontario. muekUe will not take a lure during
x' Everybody wants *
to from dC
( run you. world" hate, at least are" with shredded caeitnuts, in a '
spent put
*
period. The
direction today. U4 at druc dots. day afternoon. new teeth are soft stunt but harden quickly.I "J; ,
; I But dont take salt, mineral fttfuM "_thine J.... a* nod", for It days at the Belmont Manor, and glass cup add vanilla Ice cream B. E. Reddish of Jacksonville ;,v lop lit the floor of the mouth (become, hingedteet cad "Ct.u .,",
.L water, oils, laxative pills, laxa may wrill.,too..a tovth or.aalnreetum.Auk hare become acquainted with its on top and tecorate with whipped was attached to the his H
t,. '; i tive candles or chewin gums and and for Carter1. Llttto LJ... Pill by urine host, A. P. Thompson. He baa cream and canned crushed pine- j IapDhr a visitor here Wednesday. tlrely for offensiveurpoeas Jaw by a bony and union. The muskle' uses The P" W r rT
get what you a.k tot. Cil/al./ c.1aI.Co. C. R. WhItehead and not for maetlcatlon.
plQng.ii CrlQ< many!! ofth!!put1''Vllll ". George Ar- .shows-*.muoki.. and _hie dentala l_ anyem.nt ''




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n.nW. AUGUST 1T. 1933 BRADFORD COUNTY YKtXGRAPII:__ STARKE..._n'_" FLORIDA. ___ _H __C. __ ___' --- ... ..--- _..- -- ---- ..PAGE_ ......_FIVE.. r :I.r, \
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-- MIJS. DOYLE IMPROVING The breadfruit tree furnishes a The United States produced" In ,I}
Mrs. C. J. Weaver has Answers
food In the South Seas. 1931 from 144 establishments :
i
to her home in Ocala Friends of Mra. J. D. Doyle call staple--e 2,389,130 motor vehicles. ): (, i
era! days' visit here with Request ed at Riverside Hospital In Jacksonville .
"A scavenger's daughter" was an \ \
Mrs. J. F. Colley. Wednesday and were .
Bits of ancient instrument of torture.
I from page 1.) pleased to learn that Mrs. Doyleis \
Dr. and Mrs. R. M. county than from Improving from her two recent CARL JOHNS ANNOUNCES' FOB NAT SEZ / .ti.ti'Ij\'Ij

son. Jack, end Mr and ono week, thereby serious operations. Mrs, Doyle Is ItE-ELECTIO.V CLEItlt : II. "
Fenton and son, all of ; work in one expecting to be able to be removed ''I' '.1
t.-rev I -
local .. ....
ville, spent last week at ; other. to her home here bext week and I myself candi- 14r t I
I hereby announce .
at last I'll I'I.
Well folks get
be ; maybe 'l la .
person cottage at Kingsley of the two coun her many Starke friends will date for re-election to the office of chance to sell that old wig I'vebad ; ;

Concerning Our People Businttt and <1 of work and to glad to learn of her steady Im- city clerk, treasurer, tax collector, laying around the store for the i
W. E. Yarbrough, who lines Then I can provement. subject to the action of the votersIn h "
Progress of the County and Town. spending several weeks where it is the city election to be held September past ten years.bald ';\ '
certain ;
his two little daughters, A .
without wasting BUILD AT KINtaSLEY 12, 1933. In ,,
headed man
ice and Fay, who reside days in a coun held office for one
Lake Have only 'vwon't
Klngsley :
Mrs. R. S. A new cottage on town, I won't ,
grandmother would be no calls haa recently been completed for year term and have strived to ; .
[-;;.;L. a. Powell spent Friday Miss Dorothy Turner is enjoying dez, left Friday for his Mr. and Mrs. William H. Struth. please the citizens in every respect. his mention had. ,!( : \ \
a visit in Ft. Myers with her brother Pittsburgh, Pa., and name I"
you that I appre north side Your vote and support on September r
Jacksonville. The Struth lot Is on the
, ___ and Mrs.O. bla little' me to order It ., l'
and sister-in-law, Mr. panied by.. of view regarding of the lake, near Strickland's land' 12th will be sincerely appreci c ,j ; j
but
Jr., was a visitor to J. Turner, Jr. will enjoy,two.weeks'. shall make an ef- ated. for him j
s. R Johns ;'' ing. when he tried it LA. ; 1 ..
thereVThe
IIcksonvllle Wednesday. him to serve the people If re-elected I will continue to be W7 .1''' t td
;
he decided j
J. W. Townsend and T. M. Ri- to the beat of my on the job and give service as in on / ; ,II ,
and Mrs. C. S. Kelly I of herd of the Farmers and Dealers following Item time and duties CEMETERY: WORKING the past that he would I.i' h I r
Mr. here !.!ron.oy. Tuesday's issue of the There will be a cemetery work- rather be bald ; e ,II')
cooker were visitors Bank, Lake Butler, were business] CARL JOHNS. I :l\ ,
ner will be of Interest Lake Cemetery on headed and respected
visitors here Friday.Mr. days in Bradford Ing at Klngsley \ e
friends: "Mr. and Mrs. been upending Fri Thursday' and Friday August 17th rOJ..lTIC.LNNOVNCEIENT: than ""dNow ,,:
about.
and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and and Mrs. H. H. Young, Theodore Lovell are receiving receive calls and and 18th. Those Interested are To the Citizens of the City long haired and laughed S, i?
Mr spent :Monday In Jackson- Young and Mr. and Mrs. El- tions on the birth of a for over a year. asked to come and help beautify of Starke, Florida. at last I have located.a pros 'Y
, !
IIdren the
that ex- ,
understand
lie.. lery M. Davis were visitors I to Sonia Kay, Sunday been spent in the the grounds and bo sure to bring, I am candidate for the officeof pect. I is headed this "
Jacksonville Munroe Memorial necessitated. their rake aud hoe Tax president of Cuba
Friday. City Clerk, Treasurer and
make
David W. Moore of Lawtey '-' lady tipped the scales!! to spend Friday J. L. SILCOX, Clerk. Collector for the City of Starke, way, and he might want to mob a

as Mrs., a visitor here Wednesday af t-; Mrs. Lila Griffin of St. Augustine pounds plus." and may be ...Florida subject to the voters of i quick too change close in If some behind of him.that 4 \t tgets

noon is enjoying a visit here with house on that KINGSIJEY LAKE CHURCH said City at the election to be held

her son-in-law and daughter, Dr. Road Department services are more Beginning Sunday, August 20, at Tuesday, September 12 1033 lie I '"
judge A. V. Long of Gainesville and Mrs E. L. Biggs. other point In the 10:30: a.m. a series of revival meet- I have served the City in the There's always'" something! to u
visitor., here Not Secure thankful for, and I'm thankful thatI
qS a prominent ings will\ commence and continuefor past and promise' If elected to render
hursdayi I :Mrs. E. !.[. Johns and daughter be allotted t to ten days or more. Everybody efficient service during my am only a merchant Instead of III 3 ,1 .
Gloria, left Friday for Balsam, N (Continued from when there are Is welcome to come and worship term of office, and will appreciateyour Cuban president. Nobody elects III l 1
H. ., Brownlee, Jr., of Jackson- C., where they will spend the remainder that in as much as this service and time with ua. support. merchant and hn don't have to go

lie spent the week-end here with of the summer. project Is on a Federal days may be J. L. SILCOX, Clerk. I C. A. FUTCII. to Ixxl at night \vorrjliin about
3 family. 1 1I no other Federal projects the county from whether he Is l. going/ to have u Job '
I Mr. and Mrs. C. Howell Nas- der consideration in In thn morning. The only thing to

Thomas Gill left Wednesday for worthy and Mrs. G. H. Meadle are County at this time, It as definite as worry you In. thinking about\ getting ; 1h

icksonvllle where he will spend enjoying a week's stay at the of the question to make my schedule up In time to open up: that In. .
t 'I,
veral days. Burns cottage at Kingsley Lake. money to State Roads. County, and of count!. If the Sheriff haunttaken M .

plained to you a few I am sure SENSATIONOFSTARKE the key away from you. ,t +
Miss Fenella Snyder is In Jack- Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Stricklandand these Federal funds have my pos I d; j

nvllle enjoying a visit with Miss children of Wildwood have cated to different classes Right now some folks are losing it

Ulan Garris. been guests of Mrs. Strickland's and upon a designated desire to give sleep over this NRA movement, ,
'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Man the allocation has been ) In interest of EVERYBODY TALKING ABOUT but fellows, If we all get; behind

Mrs. Julian L. Peek Is spending ning. by a large number of ] the county and this thing and do what we are sup-
me time In West Palm Beach The entire set up for co-operation of THE GOOD NEWSThe posed to do, It's bound to work. ', Ir i. ;y, '

ith relatives. Mrs. J. L. Jackson of Jacksonville of these Federal funds -''of Bradford Naturally, just gluing an eagle up ..,

spent Tuesday in Starke with) the State has been in your window Isn't going to'make + l '
:Mrs.. Thelma Andrews and Miss Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto and famIly after taking all of these truly old reliable house of J. M. Alvarez has business better-you've got to do h

tricia Lamb spent Sunday in and Mr. and Mrs Arthur H, consideration. This set up L. T. DYER, decided to discontinue and has begun a ClosingOut what the eagle stands for-raise os '

ckaonville. Hall. approved by the district County Agent. wages, and help Increase the purchasing -
authorities and is now in Sale that will save the public many dollarson power in our community.And ], a
Mrs. W J. Epperson and Miss Col. and] Mrs. R. E. Dinsmore of ton for final approval : I BLE TRAGEDY Come and how much better it is to enter i
and Furnishings
Shoes
Clothing --
sri Jordan spent Tuesday with) Winter Haven and Henry Abbott change of funds from one Into the spirit of the thing voluntarily i t

lends In Lake Butler of Tifton, Ga., were week-end cation of roads to act of heroism get your shoes at the old price and lessThenew instead of waiting for a government I a Ir
'
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles disturb the plans of the life of a small boy; man to come around and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Imbach Overatreet. up, therefore the money ) 'cost the lives Cotton Tax goes on very soon and all cotton make .you do it.

ent Sunday In Green Coverings to this Federal project I, resulted in the goods in this stock will go at lower prices than ..
with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Balsden I be transferred to State was enacted LAST CALL Ludlea-Full Fashioned

a and children of Daytona Beach and I fear that if this same goods can be bought elsewhere. Silk Chiffon Hoon...__-_89o I
a. W Hazen and Emery Hazen spent the week-end here with Mr not be constructed the to sit back in SPECIAL me****, formerly j i d4
I Brooker were business visitors] BaIsden's parents Mr and Mrs. W. cated to It would have to contemplation Come to this busy Alvarez Closing Out Sale sold for $1.95" --going at.-l.9tt ''

ra Tuesday afternoon. W. Baisden. fered to some Federal as to what should and get your Fall and Winter Shoes and Cloth Some Extra Bargains In Men'! i. 1Ar
In the tragic acct $] m; I r
Shoes.NAT .
the
of
other Sport
some part
and little and little ing at large cash savings-A word to the wiseis
:Hewn Alvarez son Mrs. L. F. Dinkins I trust that after this boy was a -

ckle Ray of Macclenny were in daughter, Jo Ann, of Lawtey were given full consideration alive by a "hot" sufficient.-Adv. r'
irke during: the week-end. here the first of the week visiting .board they will realize the In which his STERNBERG
I Mrs. Dinkins' parents Mr. and frantically with as
of securing the ; '
I
JR. J. Crosby of Palatka was In Mrs. O. A. Andreu.Dr. this project promptly down fatally; Starke Florida
uke Monday evening visiting 'him and t a
the probability of ]
,and Mrs. Charles Imbach. and Mrs. S. P. Vandivlere, .funds used elsewhere, In bringing help rut I (

Miss Mona Alderman and Miss cannot: be done.Assuring ,4r.t"J'n fate but only after:
Mrs. Eunice Canova and daugh- Pearl Jordan left Thursday mornIng of victim from the
our
you
f,Miss Mary Canova were visl- for Chicago where they will operate fully with your
i to Jacksonville Thursday. visit the World's Fair. that one al)
this matter, I am.Yours ,
GROCERY
very truly spontaneously in TIP TOP l
A. E. Wall Jr., has returned Carl Alderman and little son,, R. V. we feel mov '
|me from a visit in New York Carl Jr., have returned to their how,different the sl I i

|!ty and other points of interest. home in Baltimore, Md., after a been if its par .

week's visit here with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.BIRTHS Nathan L. known something STARKE FLORIDA + ; f fFRIDAYSATURDAY
J Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely of Mac- Mrs. G. W.Alderman. and ways of com ,
Lawtey, girl. August 9.
my spent Sunday here with her and had not tj
Mrs. Albert M.
Mr. and
|rents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Dais Miss Ruby Dyal, en route to her Starke boy, August 9. by the exigencies AUGUST 1 8-19'
home in Tampa from a visit with But the success ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph .
relatives In Jacksonville and St. this line must! ,j ti
10.
Starke girl August
|lira w G. Halle and sons Jack Augustine, spent several days here keeping one's

fa WooJfln, are in Social Circle), last week with Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Starke Mr. and girl, August Mrs. Lacy 10. g where angels) Plates of Best White TRUE LOVEFLOUR ti '

where rela
they are visiting
Biggs.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse ,
tes. person who BACONPound BACONPounds
Robert Bonner of Carrollton, Starke, boy, August 14. an electric wire

|Julian Peek, Jr.. and John In- Ga., is spending some time in Mr. and Mrs. Henry to touch as the ''
>are In Chicago where they are Starke with his brother-in-law and Lawtey, boy, August IS. any plan of rescue 6c lOc 12 Pounds 49c
Paul ,
and Mrs.
Mr. .
.
e e e
tiling a Century of Progress Ex- sister, :Mr. and Mrs. Charles Im- this Into consid 1.31
17.
Starke boy, August
iltion. bach at their home on Church to failure. Un
and Mrs. Frank ,
Street. Mr. 14.ENJOYING pair of rubber' BROOKFIELDBUTTER LONG ISLANDPOTATOES LONG GRAIN ;,
Starke, girl August
|Mrs P. M. Barefoot, Juanlta and ; hold of a person i fff

|ra Barefoot and Mrs. Lloyd J. Mrs. T. J. Alderman and little e with electricity. i' RICE ; } !

|"fD were visitors to Jacksonville daughter, Frances, have returned Levy A. Canova safe methods
nesday. home from a several weeks' visit could have : !

in Detroit, Mich., with Mrs. Alder- Canova two weeks Pharmacy vacation at Is the rescue efforts. : Pound. 25cSUGAR Pounds. 19c Pounds. 19c

\L W Anderson Jr.. baa return- man's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. cottage at KIngsley Lake pried the wire off ; ,. .

tome from a two weeks' visit in Bradley. stick, they could .
mother, Mrs. Eunice
cher with his grandmother Mrs off with some in

ma Anderson. :Mrs. L F. Smith and sons, Leonard ;Miss Canova'a' Mary absence Canova.from wooden handle or I. MEAL GRITS

and Billy who have spent the grounded, with a
Fro. J. M Colley and Mr. and months with relatives in store his brother, John J. similar piece of '

''. B. E. May and children of Indiana past two, have returned home. Mrs of the Gainesville prescription is taking not to touch the 5 Pounds 25c 4 Pounds. l lOc 4 Pounds.1 lOc

-nando were guests Sunday of Smith also visited the World's Fair store. was touching the
and },Irs. J, p. Colley. Mrs. at Chicago.Mr. popular drug .

,'.'I'Icy s''visit remaned over for a few GREEN TO Increases the CHEESE, lb.. ._ ____ ___18c OATS, pkg. __ ___ __ -,5c '
here. ana Mrs. G. C. Bates and Congressman R. A. wire Is that It tl

children of West Palm Beach with are |'leave] Friday for I sound harmless-of warn- SPAGHETTI, 3 for_, lOc APPLESpkg. ____ _. 5c r1 !
the week in Starke .
spending C., where he will spend
[NT A Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White and three or four weeks Is seldom realiz .u.I
PD family. Mrs. Bates and Mrs. departmental matters hold. For this I I Ir
r
should be
White are sisters. Ing In the Interest of very
COLUMNCTACLES wires, even those a
state canaL
C. A. Imbach, Mrs. William Mr. Green expects to be to be charg- NUCOA(1 i Lb. 13c
and Eye Glasses, Brooker and daughter Elaine and Florida to fill several necessary against r3.3
I IMpod.
"j hat style frame; tense fitted; Mrs. Dewey Brooker and little gagements on Labor Day, hot poker. People 7 .
ken lense duplicated. Workteed daughter Estelle all of Green that this will hurt y

Lowest S. G. Thursday with PRICE find one man
: prices. Cove Springs!!, spent DENIES p
I ", three doors from lOc Store. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Imbach. Oscar Andreu of 1 ha* any fear of KEW-BEE WHOLSOM Loaf '

M MMMVOBMHHM BBm* Friends Barber Shop, Herald
I
IE-HALF ACRE of Missionary ;Miss Margaret Allison of Manatee deny a report he says Is e i Fresh Daly 10 C

rwwberry.; plants, from inounock I was a guest last week of Miss culated all over the county 1 :Mediterranean to the I BREAD RYE RAN Loaf i3

free from grass, ready Isabel Fernandez. Miss Allison shop has raised prices on
"tl 1300: for lot. G. W. S. Ware was en route home from Gainesville and shaves. No advance ... 'It I t '

hhington. Fla. 8-ll2tp! where she has been attendingummer made and none Is r
ELECTIOY
I. school at the University of Mr. Andreu said.MARRIAGE. ton. 'mayor of the Maxwell House GOLD DUST Pure Ground''

[ HELP FARMERS-Farmer. Florida. ., by virtu of.
ho are ." In m* by law, do COFFEE Powder M'
prepared to raise straw- l ctl n to b* bald at'i' Washing COFFEE '
: with n<> money to buy Mrs J. B. Sapp spent Sunday in The following marriage aln&.ald city by
:can have Gainesville with Mrs. F. A. Moore have recently been issued .. '. on Tuesdays

L71'l II'old.W,, S.Price.Ware them$2.00, Worthington on perjthouG time till-, and Mrs. T. home A. Steele by and little was Miss accompanied ty J.Judge H. Starling E. K. Perryman and i *, for the officer purpose: Pound 27c Boxes e lOcLARD 2 Pounds 25c


!1da. It Dorothy Ellen Steele who will Wynn August 6. l .ur.r, Tax A.....- .
awhile here with Mrs. Sapp W. D. O'Quinn and '
spend
.'ALP? 3l0na.ry Strawberby- and family derfbeck, August 13.INSURANCE election' T. D. NAVY BEANS P INEAPPLER

by 'd e A. Scott IU A.
l or by tae: thou-

tOUfld These p !Its are grown on E. R. Brown. who has with spent Mr. and the A total of $23,000 in ... I hereunto Pound 5c 3 Pounds 25c Can lOcSTRINGFELLOW'S
** from *h nur past two weeks here and oaua. the . .
I b 'e the plants and Mrs. L. S. Hutto and family, leftthe premiums was collected in ." to be b.r.unto
neeedeck 1932. The figures day of Aneiiit
to tale ome-berriea for first,of the week for Orange- during
lleat s a on. See me or write burg S. C., where be will enjoy avisit vealed recently" in TOI'f. Mayor, GOLD BAR SOAP bars. _. lacIlly ,

Jr"\ expectee tcreage, we can with relatives en route to his derwriters, the weekly
.
*. J, GRIFFIS. 8-18tf home In Philadelphia, Pa. magazloe.w llistl; |


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PAGE SIX BRADFORD OOCNTT_ TKUEOHAPn.!: STAKKE._FLORIDA_ FRIDAY._ Afcrsr: I,. ,?..
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Market For Timber Decay Must way toward preventing ,leraq (
Home
..a '.:':I'jFARMERS West .

FARM ACCOUNTING Hints To Housewives 10,000 Fat Calves Be Prevented SinceIt If decay explains.should gel ,ni,", ,

Can't Be Cured ing the effected wo, .1 q i, ;11 bUUd
Exists This Summer oIlIj CUl
! I CONTEST LAUNCHED Weekly front Home Demonstration out. The cut should i h,. nt be
'; SECTION Specialist, Tallahassee two feet beyond all least
I ei''f GAINESVILLE There Is* a GAINESVILLE -TImber decayis and the wood should MRn, ''f !dec a
Banker Evolve Plan for ready home market In Florida for solely a problem of preventionsince der the house. n, 'I h.,' !lert"*--'
Conducted by Demonstration Agents WIIAT IS ECONOMY next It is noticed the damagehas Th. new
the when
Stimulating Important Aidto 10,000 fat calves during should be wOOd
treated .
li What is ? Wise heads be.",r, ,
economy n
lir Farm Success two months through farmers' beef been done. All timber Is sub- In and after. aaNTwo
r in many lauds have been puzzlingfor clubs, says W. J. Sheely, agent In ject to decay from dry rot and other -
___ _. an answer to that blunt ques- -.
.....H with the Florida timber decays, says Erdman
... w. __ 'Wo--- -- ---- .. !animal husbandry
Cache county, Utah, bankers tion. A friend recently answeredit Steer
TIlE Agricultural Extension Service. West, mycologist with the Florida AnrTcajf
added< a stimulus to like this: "Farm women have
Dairymen Urged To banker-farmer cooperative work by always been good practical eco- A supply of fresh beef for the Experiment Station.In Sales To Be Held

RURAL More Feed To launching! a farm accounting contest. nomists. They have usually used family on the farm Is difficult to general, he says, unpaInted I By
Grow
; COMMON SENSE At a meeting of the Clearing House: common sense in their spendingand maintain, but fresh beef at farm wood exposed to moisture decays' Dixie County Farmer
4 a Meet Bad Situation Association the project was put before have practiced the good art of cost can be had each week If the most rapidly. Untreated posts havea )
I By SPUDS JOIINSOX the banker and accepted. getting value received for their farmers who own the cattle will very limited life unless made of CROSS CITY-Two gales

GAINESVILLE-Florida Dairy- Each bank in tbe county agreedto money. :This experience is standIng organize into a beef club. At this heart pine. Wood In positions por- steers and calves in which arniZ of
{W FARM ADJUSTMENTS WILL men need to pay careful attentionto enroll a minimum of five farmers them in good stead now when time of the year when home cured tected from the weather Is even 1,300 head will be offered
'' MAKE LAND'UTILIZATION growing more feed since the In the farm accounting project. many doubtful ideas for household hams are all gone and everybody is likely to decay rapidly unless there held in Dixie County in lire to be
PROBLEM MORE PRESSING dairy feed situation In the United The names of tbe farmers when enrolled economies are being offered." "burned out" on side meat there Is is a good circulation of air about It. future, according to County the near

States is critical, says Hamlln L. will be sent to the Secretaryof Some of the things ouggested to alonging for good lean meat,.:Mr. Timber decay may also start from D. M. Treadwell.A Agent
r What to do with the land that Brown, dairy specialist with the tbe Clearing House, and also to the worried housewife are genuine I Sheely explains. Fresh beef fits termite tunnels. Decay starting In large number of buyer
we are now taking: out of produc- Florida Agricultural Extension the Extension Division of the Utah economies; some of them may in Into this space, furnishing the tam some such situation may easily been Invited to attend The have
State Agricultural College. The with choice meat and saving to the rest of the building. cat,'
tion of the major crops under the Service. the end prove to be extravagancesInstead. ily spread will be assembled at the,
'' j Agricultural Adjustment Administration The June drouth has seriously bankers agree to cooperate and It behooves every home- money. The treatment to prevent decay men's homes. The buyers! will eatUe.
} Is a problem now facing reduced the grain yield in the grain keep in close touch with each farmer maker to take all ideas on economyand The average rural family does will vary with the use to which the a tour of these homes and make
everybody. We are also faced with belt, and pasture and hay crops In they enroll so as to Insure the completion turn them inside out examin- not have the ready cash to pay retail I wood is put. Only sound wood into agreements for buying the enter
1 ; a long time policy of land use, and the central end western United of a maximum number. The ing carefully every angle. If .she prices for fresh beef at the should be used in a structure, and ClOe cat.

the present readjustments are States have been badly damaged. bank which succeeds at the conclu. doesn't she may in the end, waste market, and consequently they do allowance should be made for proper The first sale will be held
making farmers realize it. The Many dairy farmers in these sec lion of the contest In enrolling the not only her time and strength but without beef. They may have a ventilation under all buildings, the week of August 21 t, ffl:during
"k'' J land we take out of cotton we can't lions are already feeding large largest number of farmers complot money as well.Homemakers. fat calf, but one family can't usea Mr. West explains. The soil around about 400 head of cattle MII) (he when
the will be
r plant to other cash crops, say to- quantities of grain and commercial Ing project given a should consider the whole beef. This condition should buildings should be graded so that fered. The second sale will be 0f
special held
) bacco, for that would only help to feeds. recognition.The following five questions before not exist, for in Florida there are surface water does not stand in from September 24 to 28 at
a upset the tobacco situation and The general level of farm pricesIn banks of Cache county have starting out on some untried proj- at least 10,000 rural families who puddles under the building. Such time about 125 head of cattle which
and
wo'd be the losers. the United States rose 60 per agreed to subscribe to an award ect, asking and answering them can easily join a beef club, killingone conditions create a humid atmos- from 750 to 900 calves will be

v T Dr. Wllmon Newell, director of cent from March to July. Farm fund, which will be presented to five honestly: How much money will calf and getting plenty of fresh phere, quite favorable to the rot Most of the calves will come from bold
the Florida Agricultural Extension prices for dairy products rose 20 winners as follows: lint prise, it saves? How much time and beef for the next two months, Mr. fungi. For the same reason leaksin a beef ranch where 2,000 head

Service, and A. P. Spencer, vice- per cent, and farm prices for feed '311.00; second prize, $25.00; third strength will it take? If I do this Sheely explains.A the roof should be repaired cows are under fence, and the of
f director and county agent leader, grains jumped about 170 per cent. prize, $20.00; fourth prize, $12.60; particular thing, will I have to give farmers' beer club can be promptly. steers will come from a number of
recently attended a conference In There is also a large number of fifth prize, $7.50. up something more Important? If Formed with eight or sixteen mem- Where wood must be placed close farmer-cattlemen In the county
t Atlanta with Secretary of Agriculture livestock on farms. The number' of In addition to the cash prizes, I adopt this Idea can I make a first bers; and can run for as many to the ground it should be soaked Dixie County has been making
p Wallace and about 1,000 agricultural grain consuming animals on Janu- very farmer customer enrolled class or even a good product DoI weeks. Each week one member or painted with some protectlce rapid strides in cattle development
J leaders from Georgia and ary 1 was the largest in nine years. who scores sixty per cent or more have to combine this product will kill a calf and divide with the material. Coal tar creosote; Is one especially in the introduction of
other Southern States about this The production of feed grains per will be awarded a special certificate with so many other materials thatI others. At the end of the period of the most satisfactory. Since It purebred beef bulls and the deveJ.
a f very problem. animal unit la probably the smallest issued by the Clearing House Association will lose more than I save If it each member will have killed a is oily it resists water, but it Is Inflammable opment of good pastures says W.
I on record. and the Extension Service : doesn't turn out well or I spoil the calf and will have received the ag- when fresh and Is dirtyto J. Sheely agent in animal husbandry .
These agricultural leaders, who Thus, says Mr. Brown dairymen jointly in cooperation with the Agricultural I whole thing? gregate of a whole beef, a little handle. A three to five per cent with the Florida Agricultural
R have spent their life working for should make extensive use of grain Committee of the Utah These questions can be appliedto each week and without paying out zinc chloride solution Is frequentlyused. Extension Service, who with the
the betterment of after
1';'' agriculture, and forage crops now on Florida Bankers Association. practically every economy idea any money. The extra can be It is very effective, thoughit State Marketing Bureau is assist
facing all the facts and much discussion farms, and they should seed late The scoring will be done on the
's,: that comes up. Each problem for canned and used later. leaches when water comes in ing with the sale.
passed a resolution urging summer and fall forage and root following basis: each woman have The removing of these contact
may a different 10,000 with it. One of these solu- -
for a long-time program of a self- crops for winter feeding. He also Farm and home account records answer. It is up to each home- calves from the market will have a tions sprayed on timbers and the Truck crop see- should be Blab
'.i supporting type of farming; thatis advised mowing and (accurate and complete),,. .110%
fertilizing
maker to find her effect beef
good local
on under
own answers.- prices side of flooring in the foun- fected with corrosive sublimate before
farming in which of feed
plenty
pastures. Pasture fertilized with Success of year's operations as
4r Mary E. Keown. and in addition as many families dation of a building will go a long they are planted to
for the livestock and food for the nitrate now will give Increased brought out In the summary ot prevent
will have good fresh beef at farm the
family are grown on the farm. business. ., ..25 occurrance of seed-bourne dis
grazing this fall and will last bet- the year's % Kite flying from the decks of cost for two months when they matlon about how to organize and eases.
We've heard that old story of ter into the winter. General appearance ot farm and steamers promises to become a recreational could not afford to purchase it on operate beef clubs, and home dem- .

!' live-at-home over and over, but you It is important that dairymen improvements and condition feature of Pacific coast the; open market. onstration agents will give canning Korea's horse market Is the
know It takes just such times as make adjustments In their herds, of livestock and poultry, wise trips. ( County agents will furnish infor- directions. est in Albania. wig.
these separating the low producers from (judging to be done during
to make us appreciate it. We .- --- .
the that the summer months,25) % ----- '- -- -- .
farmers have been half-way following cows can consume high
such a program, but we.are priced grain and pay a profit. It The contest will end December 81,
often way behind the times In will prove profitable to dry off the 1033. The judges will be the County
l
culls and Agent, the County Key Banker, a
knowing just what we can do in put them In the pasture.
the line of making our farm an almost During the late summer and representative of the Clearing House
independent business, or livIng early fall months Is the proper Association, and two representatives
for us. There's not .a farmer time, Mr. Brown says, to put fleshon selected by the Extension Division Happy
.+ in the state that wouldn't profit by the dry cows with liberal feed- of the College.Disinfect Landingss

; taking Just these problems to his4w11 ing of forage and some grains .
county and home demonstration where pastures are not available. Truck Crop

,. agent. The results of farmers cooperating Cows carrying good flesh at fresh-
, 3 with these specialists are ening time are larger producers of Seed Before PlantingTo ,
Drs, convincing. The results speak for rich milk and are more easily mar- Prevent Diseases
d.g, the recommendations. keted during the winter months,
should they become unprofitable s
GAINESVILLE Truck crop
IS, Tree Planting Season dairy Records cows.on 101,142 cow-testing seed should be disinfected before

tj Will Be Busy One cow association Riving records one gallon show of that milk the a borne they are diseases planted, says, to Dr prevent G. F. Weber seed-- the black night a ten-mile finger of

plant pathologist of the Florida
-
j' The forest tree planting season in day cost JVbrned of $30 per an year.income While over the feed 4th Experiment Station. The best disInfectant . light sweeps the clouds in tireless circles. Out of

Florida promises to be a busy one gallon cow returned $148 over feed to use for this purpose is
f 4 According to Forest Ranger D. J. cost.o corrosive sublimate 1 to 1000. the darkness you hear the drone. of an invisible
This disinfectant can be purchasedat
Weddell, in charge of the State .
P at Raiford. CANNING PLANT BUSY local drug stores, In the form of .
nursery Many orders plane. The
} for trees have already been filed PERRY During July 33,635 either crystals or tabletscrystalsfor motors roar louder. They fade to a

1 and all sorts of inquiries are being cans of meat, fruits and vegetableswere large quantities and tablets for
tbI' received. canned at the local commu- small quantities. ,. faint hum then silence. The night mail has

nity canning plant, bring the total It should be dissolved in warm
The planting season for forest
to ,water. Where a large quantity Is ..' passed.
:
tree seedlings, such as, slash and nearly 60,000 containers canned '
longleaf pines, is from December since the plant was installed In wanted, one ounce of crystals dissolved

d3 :IS: to February 13: although favor- May, reports Miss Floy Moses, In 74 gallons of water will
able weather may extend the period home demonstration agent. give the desired strength of 1 to
1000. For small
quantities, one
to the first of March.
poned until conditions become tablet should be delssolved in a
According to Ranger Weddell, more favorable. pint of water. Make the volume of .' ,,' Far above in the
4 there may be brief Intervals during Over a million pine seedlings are disinfectant about three times the cockpit a muffled figure peers

jY the planting season when planting being raised at the State nurseryat volume of seed to be treated. ahead
; should not be done. When a seed- Raiford for planting this coming The solution should be made up picking up beacon after beacon. Over

s 4 ling is removed from the nursery season. These will be sold to land- In crocks or wooden containersnever .
+ bed to be transplanted growth is owners throughout the State for In metal. It is best to use treacherous mountains and forests and cliff-like
"
temporarily Interrupted. If the reforestation purposes at $4 per fresh solution with each batch of
ground is too dry when the seed- thousand.The cities lead "
seed. Corrosive sublimate is a they him safely to
a "Happy Landing.
Is
ling replanted, it die
f may before public Is invited to visit the deadly poison. After it is used it
the
tiny roots can become established nursery at any time. Inquiries regarding should be disposed of where farm
in the ground and begin new seedlings should be ad- animals cannot drlng it. Treated

growth. During dry periods, there- dressed to the Florida" Forest Serv- seed might be poisonous if eaten I I I I.. ,
1 fore the Florida Forest Service ice, Tallahassee, or to D. J. Wed by animals. !'I ".

recommends that planting be post- dell, forest ranger, Raiford. Seed to be treated should be tied I .. The advertisements in this beacons

loosely In a thin cloth bag and sub- .. ) paper are

And the Worst\ is Yet merged In the solution. They erected
to Come-- should be stirred occasionally to by manufacturers and merchants to aid

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3 : been loosen soaked air bubbles.. they should After be they have I ,i ,,1 I,' you in making "happy landings" with your buying -

1 I ed from the solution, rinsed remov-I r::" .
J 1 eral changes of clear ; dollars. Through the confusion and obscur-
spread out to dry in the shade. Be e
1 1'Y

,,yyy } 1 ..... ". 1 they careful will not become to spread re-infected them by where disease 1 ity of unbranded, unsponsored merchandise they

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spores. As soon as dry, the mark
if seed are ready to plant. a straight path to known values, honest service -

Truck crop seed should be soaked
according to the following I 4'L. and safe investment.

schedule with especial emphasis I

on the time: Cabbage, cauliflower, r' :.
w /l kohl-rabl mustard, rutabagas and ,

turnips, 15 minutes; cantaloupes,
cucumbers, gourds and watermelons I

10 minutes; tomato, pepper To be at all sccessful the manufacturer and
and eggplant S minutes. I ,

NOTICE'): OP APPI.ICATIO> FOR I the merchants must advertise. To remain unknown -
1 1 TAX IERU
S b I That NOTICE Mr, orate 13 HEKKBT Kinney, holder GIVES of I II .- is to be passed by.

P, r / dll I Tax Certificate No. 131. Ird day of
'August A. D. 1933 has lied certificate II 1 ,
In my office and made application \
for tax deed to Issue thereon la .
'
accordance with law. Said certificate I "
embrace the following described .
property altuated. In Bradford .
; : \ of County Northeast, Florida Quarter<< towltVe of Southeast t half I :; Peculiarly---the reflex is that it compels) truth.
WiA\\J'.1\
r Corner of Northwest Quarter of The advertiser
..t C V'7.y Southeast Quarter Section it. Township I who deliberately misrepresents is
rtte 7 South, Range III East contalnlna -

The ;element SI acres of laid property like the aviator who "bales out" without
under the laid certificate issued wa ._ a para-
In the name of Mr\. *. Grace' Klnney.
e, 1r t Unless said certificate hall be redeemed chute. i
,
according to law, tax deed
will lue thereon on the lth day of
iemu.ate. September. A. t>. 1(33.
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Dated this 11th day of August,,
M A. D. 1833.
A. J. THOMAS! ,
Clerk of Circuit Court. i
Bradford County Florida /
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.I l_.__ Books Are Now Open I .


For Repeal Registration; I r "Now---Go South, Young Man" I\ : Do Yme Know ? + f


..- :: Record Vote Is Possible --

t I By MALCDLM HEIR .

tt t ....- I rrofraaor of Economics, Dartmouth. College fI

, -fly yard: i ilalllJlt) lIJIto t II' feet a a< a light into my ....-Palm. 1I9IOS.jItgthLwf3JtLrnu. : :>>. TALLAHASSEE. Aug. 17. ( (In The Christian Science Monitor) I

(FNS) Registration books are I '

: All religious' teaching, doctrine or now open In all precincts In all I
I II (! 1 creed if they are to have any claim I counties Tho famoous Greeley advice to animal culture. But cattle and hog
throughout the state for
I i ,pon the love loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with I young men to go West must In our raising upon an extensive scale are I 1
the
registration of electors to ,
new
Jesus the Christ
whose fit
{the teachings of words into every fold and crev1c time. be redirected for the economic far from the rule In the South. -" :
and of whom it was said In John vote in the October 10 repeal elec -'
]of the human lIeariit 7:46.: "NEVER MAN frontier of the United States Once before the Revolution. __ _
IS MAN.
tion. It is
i SPAKE possible that a record
f no longer lies In the West but in much of the Piedmont section was
vote be cast in the forthcoming 3
may -
pMtors of Bradford and Union rountle are Invited to ana this dertmcnt the South. Project such as President operated as a cattle range, with

'{ for new of church activities, organizations and announce> election MS the present total : Roosevelt's Tennessee Valley cowboys "roundups" branding and
"' freely. given and no charge made the registration of voters exceeds 450OOQ. ,-
only
Space requirementp
jel1t$ development plan reemphasize this. other features associated in most
Items reach this office before The greatest vote
3 ;:: such Wednesday> morning ever recorded -
'In(( From the miseries of past depressions minds with the Wild West; but
be handled for
cannot > current
thcnvlHO they Issue.! in the state of Florida was
the western frontiers after Whitney's gin the Piedmont
'
polled In the last general election, '
1 1I have furnished much of the relief; forsook cattle for cotton. The climate
I ChURCh DIRECTORY ish Ell and his for the sins I 279,303 votes were cast in the gubernatorial -i
unKE house from our existing economic confusion of most of the South is better

of Eli's sons which he knew but race between Dave an advance in the South may adapted to cattle farming than are J
Sholta and 'V.
Church' did not restrain. "Samuel feared to J. Howey. There are I I
. first Baptist go far toward affecting a readjust the places where most of the na

I jn Johnson, pastor. show Ell the vision" but at Eli's 1,272 polling precincts In tho state. I ment. If America could add a dollar tion's beef is on the hoof. Blizzards, I \

Services: command "Samuel told him every ,ntate Persons in many parts of the I a week to the consuming powerof sand storms and drouth are not *r : y.sKi.n uixwniijnii __ f-% f ;i VWi.rr \ I

J School at 10 a.m. whit and hid nothing from him." ; candidates have announced themselves the population of Its South much hazarus in the South and the winters I !ri\ \ M m''I
. at 11 a.m. Ell said "It is tho Lord let him aa to Florida's prohibi- i\ i:
ing ; tion I'of the present slack in business are mild, enough so that expensive ,
I' convention but
t. ,H U., 7 p.m.Methodist do what seemeth him good." didate ban so far no can- would be taken up and if It could barns are not needed. Witha
. qualified to
according I
Eli the high priest, was responsible -I make the addition a dollar a day forty-inch or more rainfall grass
Church Secretary of State Cray who Is :
r for Samuel's education and' ] (the nation's business would take a and and t ''t'"I
iv rones, pastor.Sur mailing applications to candidates.A hay easily are produced f; tt'
and doubtless '
religious !
School 10 a.m. training decided spurt toward prosperity. To corn is luxuriant. If more cattle I
COO
-y petition signed by qualified '
Worship 11 a.m. his training and teaching about the voters is produce this change> it is necessary were produced there could be n further
M'' r.tng; necessary to place a nameon
, Lord began as early as he could
to encourage the Industrialization development of meat packing
y is; People's Meeting, 7 p.m.Presbyterian the ballot. The same petition
1 understand
such
things. already well begun.-In the South and If these manufacturers were
however
Secretary Gray said
1I Church God spoke to Samuel In an audible and to increase the diversification Increased in the South the cattle
could carry the names of a number
I Re 3eorge H. Lowry, minister. voice but Ills call comes to of candidates. The law provides of the occupations of Its people. industry would be stimulated.

I men and women today in various Pessimists will declare that any Similarly, hog production Is as
10 that
j Sun'NV School, a.m. sixty-seven delegates shall:! be
Morning Worship 11 a.m. ways; sometimes at a definite time elected. such program is futile because the natural for the South as for Iowa

7 and in a definite manner to be remembered present depression is due to excess Corn is the great essential for bog

,I Cnn; itian Endeavor. p.m. ; sometimes by a continued Indications are that the state repeal productive capacity, and that the feeding. The South always! has had

that God wants committee Is prepairlng to industrialization of the South
impression a as considerable corn and hog farmingbut
.\\\"TECnURCn DIRECTORYFirst
certain thing done or that some make a vigorous campaign duringthe far as it has gone has been responsible usually as a side line to other

Baptist Church work for God is needed and that it next sixty days. For once, for overproduction in some agriculture. Boys' garden clubs in ,

Hev L. F. Chapln pastor. is the individual's duty to do that Democrats Republicans Socialists types of manufacture. To this the South have indicated how a lit PAog.pt, (:-.11... (N.HO fllll / r'

Preaching services first and work. But it is not so Importanthow and Independents will unite their there are two answers.In tle attention greatly magnifies the .. s-tl
following the of '* ,
votes to decide the state's publication a Do Vow kno.. feature claim.
, [third Sundays, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. God calls you, but whether He stand in regard to upon the repeal general there cannot be any I Southern corn yield. With an en THAT the distinction' of the smallest church In Canada for the little I' )

does! call and whether you answer ques larged corn the hog business house of at
n. tion. such thing as overproduction so : crop worship Lytton. British Columbia a corrttpondent forwards '

Sunday school 10 a. m, H. B. Ar.d the call. long as human wants are unsatisfied. -'could be profitable for there is a the picture shown above with the Information that It Is Canada's Lft

... supt. The lesson now passes to the U In the South purchasing large home market. Hog packing smallest church It le St. Th.r..'. Catholic Church In Lang Sea. ,

Prayer Service, 7:30: p. xn. Wed. closing years of Samuel's life. The Tax Shark Can Exist power Is lower than in the industrially plants In the South fit into this! by kktchewan.thirty-two It feet.was built In 1928 and Its dimensions are twenty feet ; .i

esday people had gathered at Gllgal to Under New Fut h Law diversified North: In any proposed program. .-.- -_ : .,

B. Y P. U. 6:30: p. m. Sunday. crown Saul king. and thereafter one of the fifteen Southern States Agriculture could be further diversified \ : 1 1o'ruc'n

Grace M. E. Churca "Samuel said unto all Israel, Behold Despite Popular Belief the wage earners get $11 a week by the appearance or CLOSING OF 1\IAIL-MAILSMall \ OP T\X I'AI.I/.ATIO: V'

I have hearkened-and have less than in a more economically growth of industrial towns. The The bnnrd of oqulie.'re I of the
W. B.
Rev Christy
pastor. I of
c'ity Siarke, Florida will I meet at '
Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundays made a king over you-and I am TALLAHASSEE 17. balanced state such as Illinois or milk, butter, eggs and green crops Train South ClosesNo. the city hall In the (,Ierk'. office/ on A '

11 and 7:30 old and gray-headed; and I have Aug. Ohio. Increase the number of jobs demanded by an industrial population 11-Parcel Post___ 0::00 a.m. Auwuit 15th, 1933, aa a U .
j t a. m. : m.
p. FNS Florida's Futch bill has
( )- board of etjunlliera for the '
."Jo." 107 Letters purpoeeof ,
walked before from child and both and offer opportunities to near-by Special
Prayer service Wednesday 7:30: you my not thrown an unconditional wages consumption hoarlna; complulnta. and receiving
hood unto this day. Behold here I tup will advance.In farmers. Delivery & Spe.clalllandllnlC l ...tlmnny a. to value of any prop

|p.m. barrier against the tax certificate _.. 9::00 a.m. oily, real I or rMonal or mined, an .'
am witness before the Industrialization -
; against me further
particular
Sunday school 10 a. no., :Mrs. speculator as many property owners I flxml by the tax. amionior. for the .
fllary Moore, supt. Lord; whose ox have I taken-or of the South will not mean a For manufacturing .the South North year mil, .against the owner or '

6:30 whom have I defrauded T Or of seem! to think. mere exchange of location of certain has already Installed the key industries No. 12-Parcel Post and auent of lOch.. property' '
League : m. ;
p. Sunday. The Supreme Court's Interpretation Q. IV. Ata>KKAfAN. ;
whose hand have I taken any bribe Industries with no national The next development- Letters _______ 3:00: p.m. Chairman I City Council, !, )
of the Futch bill that
;-and I will restore it you. And i means gain. At present the South cannot one beckoning the young man-Is No. 103-Letters, Special Attenti. City o( Starke. Florida.
[ the home owner and property owner
SUNDAY SCHOOL they said, Thou hast not defraudedus buy Its own production and this excess the introduction of the subsidiary' Delivery &: Special CAUL JOHNS.
must do his if he is to be !
part
rfor oppressed us, neither hast product in consequence com enterprises. Thus the textile Industry I Handling. 8:50: p.m. City Clerk 7ai4tUllNOTICn | ; : j :
protected from the tax deed _
LESSONAUGUST specu Htarko and Hell Branch
thou taken ought of any man's petes with like production in the could be served by a neigh 0V KI.IOCTIONKNOW : -

lator. Mall closes ___________ 1 ,
::00 o..m.
hand. North; but if the South could gain bor textile machinery manufacturer A.1.1 MEN RY THESFJ i
The owner's part is that he must well for the Mall arrlves____________ 2:40: p.m. PJ11SHKNT8.' That I. DAVE BHOL.TZ.
it would buy as as by plants
20 1033 The purchasing power
intervening scripture givesan pay 1932 taxes for delinquency as Oovernnr of the HI!I ate of Florida. I
Subject: Samuel. outline of the life of Samuel, well as current taxes for the next more of its own and the North's finishing operations bleacheries pursuant to the terms and provl- ;

Golden Text: "Serve the Lord and of his work for Israel. five production. The same would be dye houses print works-necessary NEW BUS SCHEOUHJB! alonn the !State! of an of art Florida of the Lea-lnlature' of 4f4
years. North Bonud entltlnd:
true of the North It would have a for much cloth. Foundries and machine South Bouno i .p) v-
with all your heart. 1 Samuel ; "All Act to Provide for the
There has been a great hue and 4:18: A. M.______ 4
1:20.: larger market in the South, and shops and all kinds of metal 9:34: A. M. Holdingof State Convention j;

cry for the past few years against would be relieved of some of the fabricators need to be added to the 1:50: P. M.________12:04: P. M. fur the Purpose of rtatlfylnir or .)

Lesson Text: 1 Samuel 8:1.10: ; tax deed manipulators and "tax South's competition In the Northern South's blast furnaces and rolling 4:59: P. M.________ 6:19: P. :H. to Itejeotlnc the Constitution 1'roponeil Amendmente of the _

12.1.4. I BOB JONES i sharks." Many thought the Futch markets. mills. Shops to produce agricultural 9:19: P. M.________ 2:04: A. :M. 'nlted. Rtnten," approved Jun. )

'God bill outlawed these practices by requiring 7tn. 1983, ,
'Practical Truth: If calls us, I Fraternal ,4
e e e tools and other .
machinery are .
do hereby fix ..
it Is our duty to respond.Time I the state to buy In all prop Before setting forth the opportunities -. possibilities. Lawtey Lodge No. 180. F. & A. of October, A.Tuesday I). l)at.the aa the 10th data..day ,7ji

About 1100 to 1020 B. C. /OMMEMTS erties at tax sales beginning this for holding, and do
: ; that exist In the South it Is More shoe factories and tanneries :M., meets at city ball building 1st special election In hereby.. call a

Places Shiloh and other places In ON year. The Supreme Court says that well to scan what the South has could be established, especiallyif and 3rd Tuesdays at 7:30: p. m. State of" .hut every be
[Canaan. Idea is in error and that tax sales ; ,rtrnot.f::. "adat;
1"
HERE I IHEREAFTERJ already done for Itself. Everyone the South expands its cattle Industry T. T. Blackburn W. M.. fS3 the 10th oC
Samuel was the last of the Judges ANtI are open to anybody-owner, spec O. J. Ontober, A. I), for the purpose
knows that the South has taken and abattoirs to afford a Phillips. Secy. of electlntr alzty-aeven (6T) dela- PV

and the greatest of them. For ulator, friend or foe. quantltlve leadership in the manu supply of hides. If the shoe factories <. I !atea at large to A convention to be ,. ', ''ii..
years he was uncrowned king of However if the owner pays his hem on the second Tuenrtay. In No*
facture of cotton textiles and is ac. do Increase, then shoe ma vernber. A. D. 1933. at Tallahanaee.
Israel, and was also a prophet anda 1932 taxes before October 2. and( tive in the associated fields of ray. chlnery service producers must WilY NOT HAVE TilE Florida, to ratify or reject the fol-
priest. He was a Levite but nota The wise man always makes pays subsequent taxes on or before lowing proposal. of the Conirree of
| on and knitting. Yet, more wage, seek the South. Along with the key the United Htatee, mad. the 4
son of Aaron. As priest he offered preparation for the inevitable. tax sale date he gets a moratorium -i BEST on 20th
earners are engaged in other Industries there can be an expansion day of February, A. D. 1033, to
sacrifices at various places Death Is the Inevitable. The Bible on all past due taxes that he amend the Constitution of the '
Southern than In tex. of the byproducts of each of
enterprises All new modern United Plates
much as the Circuit Riders render says Jesus Christ Is the prepara. may owe the state. equipment.We :
manufacture.. Aside from tobacco them. Thus the Iron and steel mills "Reiolvixt '
by the Senate and
tion for the Inevitable. "He that Of course, if the tax certificates are prepared to serve.
preaching services in some relig Ito,,.. of
manufacture there is rising can support Portland cement mills; Representatives of th.
ious organizations. Shiloh the central hath the Son hath life" so says the are already owned by someone else Our service l, liner our United State of America In
there a great furniture industry as the abattoirs could have a swarmof Conareee ...
.m bled (two-third
place for Hebrew worship at Word. the Futch bill does not apply. price U lower.IIOI1EE .
well as other woodworking enter satellite enterprises; and the of earh Houae concurring therein *
that e e e *) ). That the ,
time was destroyed by the followlna- article
these are based of coal mines might be the basis of aa &
Philistines. (See Jeremiah 7:12:14 I wouldn't rob the human heartof FUNDS IN STRAITS prises; course GIDDENS le hereby proponed a* an amendment '
: : ; TALLAHASSEE-While the on the South's great lumber activities many as BOO byproduct enterprises.They PI-NKIIAI. miuccTon to the Constitution: I of the I
26:6-9.: As John the Baptist was any"of Its joy nor would I casta gen United Stat., which shall be '
In the "heavy" trades the kep industries' themselves are Phone B-O.KI4: Aml _...
!
the connecting link between the shadow over the clear sky of human eral revenue fund of the State ha > Service valid to all I Intent .and purpnnenaa
a $55,500: balance South Is notable for Its iron and capable of much greater growth. JACKSONVILLE: FLA. part of the Constitution when .
Old approximately ,
and New Testament hope but it is worth while
ratified I
dlspensa by
conventlona In three
tlons outstanding bills against this account steel petroleum and natural gas For. example, the cotton textile Sterke. vim., Ilra.rh fourth: of
the
so was Samuel the connection for us to sit down occasionally and Near Depot eeveral atatea: '
between the chaotic of face the fact that we are not in amount to about $2:>0,000, ( coal and copper mining and fertilizer mills have rather neglected the 'ARTICt.lSSectIon ,' ,
period for all of which It has rich Ozark region although It Is on the ''' 1. The el-htenth'
J. M. Lee announced
the Judges In Israel and the this.world to stay forever. Comptroller I article, (
begin. from Texas of amendment to the '. '
cotton St.
Besides these the South path to TIVERELIEF
resources.
slag of the kingdoms in that e e e and some of them will have to walt POS Constitution of the United ,
country Is a considerable manufacturer of, Louis distributors.A Btatn I III hereby repealed. f
as Saul, David and Solomon. ..The years go by like mileposts until tax collections swell the fund. new in the South be ..nOM .. ectlon .. The traneporta
clothing, shoes paper, glass, pottery era may
To sugar, and cottonseed byproducts near at hand. President Rooseveltis Htate. Territory, or ponnniiHlon of '
wild Samuel ministered unto the New Year! Easter! Thanksgiving! was $2,751,558.07: : compared with PILESAfOBbla the tfnlted( State) for
toward delivery
In agriculture, in addition to sympathetic! projects or
Lord before Ell And.the word of And Christmas again! $2,829,781.51 on June 30, Treasure use therein of 'Intoxlratlnaliq' f
the Lord S S S W. V. Knott reported. Receipts the world's leadership In cotton the that will tend to bring'about new rectal pal ___.... tors. In violation of the law ,,
was precious in those extensive truck in the South His t. thereof, la hereby' prohibited. '
South has a very opportunities aootJaJ..c..01D'0..lmO.1 ]_. .
days: and there was no open vis I have traveled in about twenty- during July to all funds were taiatly. That I. the 'Hnctlon 8. ThIs article ,shall; B
crop and in Florida citrus fruit own frequent trips to Warm relief ALL he Inoperative .
ion.We/ told of five foreign lands. I have $2,220,918.17 and disbursements ... unless It ehall 't, 'C,
are only two seen a orchards. Springs, with men from over the pile. .. obtain from MEMO. have been ratified. a* an amendment '
Prophets In Israel during the timeof funeral in every country. An $2,999,041.61. FREE. W. a.pport ttl atatene.l to the Constitution by con ,,
of nation have the effect of
the Judges-Judges 4:4: ; 6-8)). Egyptian historian told me that in With this array accomplishments focusing with a _..,......" ._......1_ vention. In the neverI Htate*. '
And It Saturn was discovered In 1850.1LJND4Y : what Is left for the young attention upon the South. In ad- If yon are tortured by pilee a. provided i In the Constitution,. ,
came to at all probability during a certain TO. within
pass that time period seven year from the
when Ell of S man as means to gain his fortune T dition Congressional leaders In the :have probably tried many. ._all" dale of ubmliilon .hereof to the 2
was laid Egyptian there
down In his history,
future Immediate future will '. Do Htatee '"
Place, In agriculture a promising comprise an .r not judge MEMO-FREE by the Con.re.s.
and ere the lamp of God were moren than seven hun 1 by Such election to b. held. In all
DINNERSUGGESTIONS awaits him who extends theSouth' unusual number of southerners; past diseppolotmenU. lie action ra- ;
rent out in the temple of the Lord dred million Egyptian bodies em I I. positive, almost upect 'In accordance with the pro.
animal industries. Diver these doubtless will be interested miraenlou. la vIsHlon of. and In the .
where the Ark of God was, and balmed. I cannot vouch for the accuracy I sification of agriculture to break In facilitating benefits for their ,..... of Ite-lnf, bleeding uternej. crlbed In, the Act of the manner Le-l-la.pr* ,' .

Samuel was laid down to sleep; of this statement. But I do I protradl, or Internal. pile.. ture of Florida aroreeaM.. 7 fA
that the grip of King Cotton long has home regions. The South has a Remember bow IN TKHTIMONV WHmREOS"!: do
he the Lord called Samuel; and know that of all the teeming millions By ANN FAUB been preached In the South, and third of the states and about one- 1 before violent pain joyous lifo wee rehv .et my hand and do cause to :

ran answered.unto Here am I. And he who have lived In the past EACH week seems to bring tome of recent years since the depreda- fourth of the people of the nation. I I.te dull misery. Regalia stabbed that yoej the be affixed State. of hereto Florida. the at Great Tallaha.Beat...of..;. ; j

for thou Ell, and said. Here am I; that all, with the exception of two food feature and this tions of the boll weevil. the preponderant Anything that improves the economic I...1_.... ...ppl.... by ...011.. for the Capital this 13th day of July'.

callest me, And he said. I (Enoch and Elijah) went to eternity week apple have bid for first placet. attention to cotton alone welfare of such a large I Ii sad using! HEMO-FREE. If GREAT.
wiled segment yon ( SEAL,)
not; lie down the of death. Jesus The. summer apple make delicious wish j:11'lSLl. :
And he by
again. way i pay postman upon elellvery. '
vent tart apple sauce, pie and baked ap has lessened. Moreover in the experiments of the country cannot fail to ; nAVE BHOt.TZ. -
and lay down. And the Lorded Christ God's Son died. We are i Send tbe coupon today. NOW la Governor of Florida. /
... Spiced apple sauce molded with toward diversificationsome benefit both directly add Indirectly t tbo beet time. By the Governor Attesti '
Samuel yet again. Samuel. And following all these millions to the gelatin and served with whipped ventures have been made In i the entire Union. I IM..rJiJR. MEMO LABORATORIES ItA. OnAY. 'Hit

arose and went to Eli, and grave. We don't know how soon I cream or whipped evaporated milk __ -

laid> Here am I; for thou didst call we shall go. The best preparationthat makes a delicious dessert.A OTItEOP' APPLICATION u: FOR .. III"LIIII Lee 4320 A.Weet....Pie. BI." ; f'
Calif.
he long as warm weather continue ,
TAX IlKV.lt
And he answered I man makes to live in this : Notice !I. hereby .lven that unr 1932 TAXESMUST
called not. any the choice! of fresh vegetables andfruits NOTICE) la I1KKEBT GIVEN Eeieleee. I. $1.00 for full .Is. I'-
ny Z.I son: lie down again. Now Sam- world is to make preparation to U wide. Tb. cold plate or main That A. O. Pearsall, bolder of I-I and foreclosure by virtu made fit a and final rendered decree by of tb of HEMO-FREE. BE PAID 1tJ

did not yet know the Lord. die. The man who is prepared to dim aaJed I I. IIk.d by meet people but of Tax Certificate No. 430. trd day the Honorable A. Z. Adklna, Judge of Ha...- IN CASH _
lIo'th' ._ ___ of Autrust. A. U. 1>11. has filed sail on or before OCTOBER '
--"..?- was the h word of the Lord die and meet Cod any moment, Is It should ordinarily be preceded by a certificate In my office and made the Twenty-Hlath Judicial' Circuit of A-Jree._...,_.._ _..... 2 If you t$1 ',
yet revealed hot soup or followed by a hot beverage. application for tax deed to Issue Florida' In and for Bradford County. City, ,,_ 3.t. want to MAKE TAX SAVINGS ,jt
unto him. a mighty fine citizen to have In a -
A favorite garnish for cold hereon. In accordance with law. In Chancery dated the let dar of under the FUTCH LAW "
Josephus. the Jewish historian. Is community. plates .la the oli... green stuffed or SaId certificate! embrace the follow.n February. A. D. ItSS, In that certain '

quoted M saying that Samuel was e SIn e ripe. ", described property situated In cause wherein the :City of cemplafn-atm.rU.rn a To make the) greatest possible) ,
municipal Im
corporation,
twelve years old when the Word of one of the missions In New the The Quaker' Maid Kitchen supplies Southeast Bradford Count Quarter. Florida of Mouth, ....w.wentQuarter ..: ant, and J.' 1(. McKlnlay, Mr*. Calll "fWlllNMRSTANDSelf. savings you need expert advice. ______

Jehovah came unto York handed card. It following menus of Section 11, Township 7 W. Liddon. Mra. Lulu Mole o. W. WHO JTAftJOS upon HIS 0-W ImiNCTM"7
him. Most re- they me a
I Moxo Mra. Kate Howland, I C. For property able
Uglous( Low Cost Dinner' Mouth tlantre 12 East. *.InwV owners to pay If
denominations will now acas said "If I were to die tonight I The ..**..m.nt of said propertyUnd.r Howland Mr. Evelyn Bailey, P. EX 1932 taxes, we will undertake to I'
eept Drilled Bacon s
that: members children under would go to......_." At the bottom Sliced Tomatoes Scalloped Eggplant In the the said of certificate Unknown./ Issued was Aaron Bailey .1'0.Sarah' ..., L minors ona Jon., jolnad. Mlntla by make a careful analysis of unpaid

SamUel aJ"e.! "And the Lord called of the card were these words, Bread and Butt. Unless name said certificate shall b. redeemed Aaron Jon.. their father and n.xt. state and county taxes to _

he again the third time. And ."Please fill in the name of the Chocolate Pudding according law, tax deed al friend, are who defendanta. the und.r..Icned determine possiblesavings under '_ _
waa appoltned IIp.cl.1M.llt.r
arolle< and went to The Bible states With Whipped Evaporated llllk will Issue thereon on the Itth day of ,, _
Here EH and said. place. expUclty September, A. L). 1 1J.Dated to execute the said decree, the Futch law.
Tea Coffee Milk _
or
am I for will on Monday, the 4th day of Septimber
; thou dldst call me that there are two places beyond this llth day of August, -

had AIIct Ell Perceived that the Lord this world-there is a heaven and Medlam Cost Dinner A. L*. im. A. J. THOMAS. hour of, A...1.D.. before 133. durlnathe the South lea-al doorof If unable to furnish tax state _

called the chUl Therefore Eli there Is a hell. I am a very practical Fried Chicken Hashed Potatoes Clerk of Circuit ('ourt. the Court house In tttartae, Brad ment, a complete legal description _
laid Unto fried Tomatoes Bradford ford County, Florida, aell to the of properties must be fur- 4
Samuel lie down; and sort of man. I want to know Currant Jelly' County, Florida. hl..he.t and beat bidder for eaah the _

thou'Wall be. j if he caU thee, that where I am going. I am willing to Bread ind Butter .1I15tl..11 following deacrlbed real 1 eatate, .Insurance li lel(.- nished. Immediate action .I- I _

thy shalt say Speak. Lord; for take chances with my money with Layer Cake with LJme Filling WOTICB or KIIAI nivcHAnnn County lying and Florida being, In....wlt Htarka: Bradford deception. No man can carry Imperative! ''i.4 __ __ __

rUant h *reth. so Samuel my health and with my life but Idon't Coffee (hot or Iced) Milk Sixty day after date hereof, to- Lots On. (1). Thirteen (II) and hi. own rl.k without endancering BOND CREDITS la the exact 4

MB and lay down In his want to take with Very' Dinner wit; 23rd day of September lilt. I Fourteen ((14). of Block Eleven (ll) his own capital. _____
amount
place. any my Special needed
"And will present my voucher and final In Temple'* Addition to City (Town) for payment of ,
&nd< nthe Lord Came and stood, Immortal soul. Jellied Bouillon account to. th. Honorable E. K. Per- of Stark. Also Lots 8U (5) and Let us tend youwithout eoef: back taxes may be secured 2' T _
caned Celery yman. County Juda-e of Bradford Keren (7) of Block Ela-hteen II InUvlntatonTruby
as at other Sam- t OU..tf ( ) our booklet
times. self'insuiancc through
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Rolled Rib Rout Companysaddition
SamueL Mashed
M. Then Samuel answer- I Many attempts have been mfiule Green Beans Pot-toe barged a. Administrator of the E. to City (Town) of Btarke. Call writ or phone _

8Peak for thy servant hear- to "harness" the sun's rays and the Rolls and Butter tat. of Mary Elvole: Andrews, de- Bald ale to be made pursuant. to and SERVICE .
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Lord spoke to Samuel a but so far without commercial: suc Coffee hot or Ued JiHk O. W. ANUBWEB Special afaater In Chancery INSURANCE 1621 Barnett Nat'l Bank Bldg. t ,'1

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Bradford County Telegraph When JUST asked KEEP-the secret BUSY"of her 'Maybe. You've D66IN<<;'EM UP ".IJ .H/4i.'l----


C. H. Smith, of 'Anderson, N. C, Heard It But
answered, "You just have to keep ,
t 'Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class
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busy all the year 1! ;;:
Matter at the Poet Office at Starke. FloridaE. "Just keep busy." What a for. I ., ... ". I ..

mula for success! And how simply; ALWAYS TWO SIDESA '\ l ,

L. Matthews\ ________________________Editor and Owner expressed. If Mrs. Smith had been woman resident of Walnut i, \,. ,
the holder of a public office she Street tells this one: y0. 1
Ja
SUBSCRIPTION RATE would quite likely have wrltte A email boy In the neighborhood amoPror
t'' P in Advancer columns of obtuse advice to farm owns a dog-just: an average dog, '
; Yearly, $1.50; Six: Months 75c-Payable era on how to make a go of things, or perhaps it barks a little more 1 Y

Advertising: Rates on Application but being what she Is, a simple than the average:but that Is neither 'L

farmer woman, who Is doing quite here nor there. It has been the lit ritt,

The smaller the head the easier it Is to get big. r. well by herself, she merely said, tie boy's custom to allow his dog: to 3ni 8.C. ,
o "You Just have to k"ep busy all wander about at night, sleepingand century
the year." Volumes could not have barking wherever Its fancy wtiobufrthe Great

r; t, It looks like the Gibson Girl is due for a come-back. expressed the formula for success should dictate, and It so happenedthat Wall and for WHOM

C o : any more vividly. fancy often designated the '
and above mentioned woman's backyard Cft/na was ylAmP
During the months ot May
1, Well we'd rather be right than the ex-president '
t anyway June, this remarkable woman, sole fiui/t a-palace o i iOoo

; of Cuba. thirty-five crates of green beans at After several sleepless nights the / >rooms and
o $3.20 a crate, clearing $112 on this distressed housewife called the lit-

/ accusations unless they I I vegetable alone. Other products tle boy in one day and told him slept ina a nz
bother to deny
Big men seldom of her garden which she sold included that she couldn't sleep and that he one ?ttc/t ;

ui are true. peas, butterbeans, turnips, would have to keep his dog lockedup nn J3'AS3'JnatlOS t,
a t o corn, beets, cucumbers, potatoes, at home. .., ,

about code for miniaturegolf lettuce, cabbage, pepper. okra, tomatoes She could tell from the little fellow's -
We haven't seen anything a carrots, and onions.In .
; 1 eyes that he was thinkingthe
addition Mrs. Smith sells milk
courses ,
situation out from every angle.

o butter, eggs, chickens, turkeys, Finally he said, "But, Mrs.. ____, '

w Whiskey is a fine thing-to let alone, advises the Gainesville meats.It peanuts. honey hams, and fresh If I do "that then I, won't be able *1.4 se. V $. .,

r, Evening News. Is safe to bet that her's Is one to sleep 5 R yMRWr

o household that does not know whatIt
MUMSV-riG i
Governor Sholtz will now investigate the school Book investigating means to be hungry If you OINK have ever been In an ama -
-----o-- /
& ; committee DIVIDE YOUR EGOS teur stage production you know i .j
how many things can go wrong M it / ,
0r' '
"Don't put all in one without the least bit of trouble on .w4 L._ l
your eggs
Tampa not only wants a road Building holiday, but a the part of the participants. You '
basket, Is an old saying; one that
canal digging holiday also. know how easy It la for grand
;! may be applied generally to almost
o any line of industry, but which Is mother to appear on the stage with 1 +w aosemife
the vllllan'a mustache .3rx
!h to take particularly applicable to the business resting un- .
Relief work should not be made attractive enough : easily on her upper lip, or how of-

k.ik. workers away from their regular jobs. ,. ;' This of farming.line of reasoning was ten the heroine rushes left centerto >*=*?!

o stressed by A. p Spencer of the fling herself madly into the

Why frown about the hot weather? Scientists have extension division of the University ately arms enters of the at hero right who center.Inconsider- 'mnliiteamrtjIkeGmtfy tsanlxdia V y' E.. %yestsrxq/es arin

of Florida, in a recent speech
e proved that it takes less effort to smile. before the Zolfo Springs Straw- But did you know that things ,* in America ca//ej We.
Ihere
o berry Growers Association. 'Just as often go wrong with the but air oN/u BsgSprirrq near ynBurrs '
y
is that it isn't Lower costs for all : big} entertainers-the professionalboys Black tears
Another good thing about the NUA eagle production and girls. The New.Yorke m rya has a inaxrruns daily'
farm Is if Flor-
clutching a piece of scrip in one of its talons. products necessary magazine recently Illustrated this 7osemrfefioxalpsr/
'J Ida farmers are to realize:!: an ade- with I ytel f of 7//mi//ox 9c/ns,
r a quate income from their farms un- point an amusing story whichwe
+
The Titusville Star-Advocate is authority for the state- der present conditions, Mr. Spencer hope isn't copyrighted, for her 3 aaw
It is verbatim:,

s ment that nepotism in Latin means "nephew ism." said The lecturer placed cover cropsas "If you listened-In on the radio Can you "Dig 'Eat Up"? Jf so send them to us,

o possibly the most Important talk given bytbe; secretary to the and if acceptable, we will publish with your name.

Wonder how long it will take the present custom of item on the list of essentials! in President, Mt.. Louis McHenry ------ -------- --- -- -- -- -- -

hitch-hiking to develop a race of long-thumbed Americans? modern farming. Crotalarla, cow Howe, a couple of Sundays ago, possible vacant place in the store; pickle tint which is neither white little guy Clements Is to blamt
peaa, velvet bean, 'as well as win- you may have detected a faint un-
service nor blue but sort of for it.The .
a
o shouting, demanding wav- nor green, a
ter legumes, will result in the sav- certainty In his opening: remarks.
:L "Do not trifle with the blue eagle," says General Johnson Ing of thousands of dollars !In fertilizer It was when he was interviewed by Ing money in his face. tired.If blend. of each, and it makes us result of It all will be a record -

4 i and the general seems to have a habit of meaning what bills to Florida farmers I It Walter Trumbull over WEAF on The little merchant panic-strick. breakln' tourist crop) next season
i they will take advantage of their! Jobs for White-Collar Men.. A en, but with more courage than he Miss Frances Perkins, our Thousands of people an
L he says. use, he said horrible thing happened. Just a knew he possessed, climbed up on secretary of labor, wants to make thinkln' and talkin' Florida right

o Mr. Spancer also stressed the few moments before the interview the counter and shouted, "Ladles, herself nice and solid with the unsightly now, people who never thought or

W''k hat has become of that old slogan "The Watch Dog need for diversified farming. He began, a manuscript was thrust ladies, and gentlemen! What have worm who presides over. talked Florida before.
of the stated that it was not only Impera- Into Mr. Howe's hands. He openedIt I done? What do you want here T this fearless and aggressive publication I If you don't think they're comin
of the Treasury"Times Union. What has become
tive for truck farmers to plant a expecting to see his own carefully The mob turned expectantly to a she will immediately drop down here, you're just: wrong.They
treasury? variety of truck crops, but that prepared and painstakingly rehearsed big man standing near the front- this "shoeless south" business and are not gonna thumb their way

o they should also get back to the old talk. He was pretty tense, he,.had been nominated their! devote her talent and her mission either. They'll come In pullman

Scientists are predicting another flood and at the rate fashioned way of "living at home" naturally enough, for he was aboutto spokesman. "Why, John," he said, ary spirit to putting stockings on cars or drive their own chariots or
by raising more of the necessities leap into the homes of million "Why do you act so queer? We the south. maybe ride the bus. Most of ''em
the states are voting for repeal it looks as if the time might of life. lIe spoke of having gone of anxious people. Studio officialssaw want service, that's all. We read It Is none ef our business, you are comin' to rest and recreate but

not be far distant. through hard times in the past a' look of dismay spread over in the papers where prices are go- understand, what the ladles wearor a lot of 'em will have Ideas In their

o similar to those we are now work his face. A quick-witted attendant Ing up, and General Johnson Is ask- fall to wear That's their business heads about makin' some kind oil

ing under, and predicted that conditions tiptoed up and looked over/' his ing everybody to buy now, and that strictly; but a neat, attractive Investment down here. They'll be Ion
j There have been lots of suggestions for what NIRA would improve in the futureas shoulder. Mr. Howe was holding a Is Just what we propose to do-- woman, next to a baked 'possum or the lookout for worth-while opjportunltles. \

for, but the St, Petersburg Independent's "Never In The Red they had in the past. manuscript entitled 'The Adventures that Is, if you will get that dumb a plate of chttlins, Is the prettiest .

Again" is the most optimistic There is lots of truth In many of of Peter Pig (Episode No look off your face and take this and most soul-Inspiring thing we If we're smart we'll make a fusil

the old sayings, and the, farmer 42)).' It began 'Olnk, Mumsy-Pig, money I been holding out for half have ever seen, and we rebel over 'em, go out of our way to help]
;V o who Insists on putting his eggs ali come sit on the lid of this suitcase an hour. against anything that has a ten. 'em see the country and enjoy I

( V The man who predicted that IIuey Long would rise to in one basket will some day stumble while I try to get it fastened.' (Ed. Note: Thus ends the first dency to make her look slovenly. themselves. Our Job Is to inovj

greater powers within the next few years must have been and discover that It is a very Well! You can imagine! There wasa story In our collection of "Fairy I You know how Burns felt when 'em Florida and make 'em like It

reckoning without the interference of President Roosevelt. unwise policy. great whispery bustllng-abou Tales For Tired Business Men to he saw a pediculus capltis crawlingon Maybe they'll ask a lot of foolish I
-o-- and luckily somebody found the Read on Hot Afternoons") a lady's bonnet. Well, that's questions, park in the wrong place\ ,I

o .AVOIDING A CRISIS I right manuscript, and Mr. Howe ----- kinder the way we feel about this turn left at the wrong corner and I

They're talking about bringing back the whipping post : was saved from beginning his se bare-legged business. get messed up with our one-wajrl

r in an effort to check crime waves. Maybe a little old fashioned In 1860 the Federal governmentcost 'rloua talk on the national employ It almost makes us shed tears streets. How you and I and the I

] whipping at home wouldn't be such a bad idea either the average citizen $2.08 per ment situation with 'Oink, Mumsy From Other Pens I when we meet a lady whose cheeks cop on the corner react to these lit-j
t I
have do
that
year. to
Pig' rosy, schoolgirl complexIon tie slips will have a whole lot
ti oMen In. 1931 the cost of government, HOT AFTERNOONIt and whose bare legs are about with how long they stay here, hoe I

who gather statistics say that one maliciously uttered for all units, was $107.27 per was a hot afternoon. Main BARE LEGS the color of a cigar or a Joint of much they spend, and whether or j

V remark from individual to capita.In street was almost deserted. Here new stove pipe.-DeFuniak Herald. not they'll come again.
can spread a single every 1913 the total cost of govern- We wish all ,women and girls '
and there an automobile leaned would wear stockings. A bare __ e i We can call 'em saps, bawl 'em I
a' person in a city of 100,000 in less than two hours. Think ment was 2900.000000, and In I
and a
heavily against the curb, motion out and hand 'em a ticket
legged has sort of
woman a sloucy
1919 $7,500.000.000. and )in 1931 It
r r that over before you repeat something you 'just heard. was 14000000000. less. One rusty sedan with a leaky look that gets on our nerves like a I 'oo Late dirty look or we can set 'em right I

o In 1929.a of Inflated radiator looked as if it were sweat- fly in the soup or a hair in the with a cheery smile and laugh with I
year prosperity Ing, and the sweat lay on the hot 'em Instead of at 'em. Remember, I Iit
Lots of Florida papers are razzing Governor Sholtz for the total tax of the Amerian butter. Of course we know it's

li HI I appearing at the World's Fair in a derby hat and a cutaway cent; people of their amounted incomes.In to. sixteen per brick sprinkled pavement over lightly in with little dust.pools I: cept mighty In Pensacola hot now, )(everywhere and perhaps ex it To Classify have Is the in a little community experiences that people cause I!

'f coat. Well, he deserves, a certain amount of credit for wearing 1931, a year of bleak depression One ancient vehicle rolled lazily may be a trifle more comfortableto By RUSSEU KAY 'em to like or dislike the place. !If t I

a a get-up like that with the theremometer where it is. It amounted to twenty-eight down the street, hesitated, and go bare-legged, as well as more Seeneuy Eforkl. P._ .._. ___ they find people courteous and I
-V i cent. then culled over" to the- curb- with economical, for stockings, like ev- n r-Nwa pleasant it gets under their akin j
o per .. a faint squealing; of breaks and the The and the mental 1
erything else in this
The current year, if things bad vale of tears, When I was passin' out orchidsto memory lingers
k Hitch hikers are becoming students of psychology. Someof been allowed to continue their accustomed sickening odor of warm rubber. cost money. But they are worth Earl Brown and his associates reaction is favorable.

them paint red circles in the road the curiosity of the un- course, would no doubt A man got out of the car and what they cost, no matter what the the other day for the way they put Being friendly to our visitors H I

,; suspecting motorist makes him stop to see what it is all about, have been the most expensive yearIn unlocked the door to his store- price Is. The stocking, like charity, Florida over the top at the World's very much worth while and It paj I
closed for the noon hour. He didn'tgo covers a multitude of faults. We Fair bird I
and sometimes the hiker ride. our history, with the exceptionof I overlooked mentionin' a lit. big dividends. The mocking
gets a In immediately, but stood at the lave do
the war period. But fortunately. seen lots and lots of barelegged tie guy who occupies as Importanta palm trees and sunshine will I

a'i o a man has come to the White curb while suffocating waves of women and girls, and we position as anyone we've got up their little act, we can count oil
Chairman Treadway of the road department says that House who Is making it his dutyto hot air rushe /..past him Into the haven't seen a pair' of bare legs there. George Clements, directorof them, so if we'll Just do our pan I
street. fiTo use to go In, yet that didn't make -
anyway ua feel like tourWI
h see that the old order change we publicity. we can make the 1933-34
of Florida's
sixty sixty-seven counties will share in the Federal
be thought, no, one will be downtown had eaten something that 01 I
How much of the cost of was Talk the greatest return
government about crop yield
; government's $5,200,000 for this state. There's nothing ; for hours. Even Mrs. Funk- about to lose its grip on the situation your human dyna
L. federal state and
local cane mos. This boy George Is a while record.
like letting prosperity turn the corner on a good hard road. > laid to waste, is problematical louser, who recently opened up the and come back up. Nothing power-house aU by himself. For Let's make 'em feel so much at
laundry, and who In
comes
nearly wrong with the shape of the legs, '
a But there Is no question that it was months before the Fair home here that they
while
opened they're
Afternoon for buttons, won't be
The Kansas City Star says that we, on the surface of the running into the hundreds of mU- down until she has taken a nap and you them understand.are shaped kinder True, some like this of Gerge was poundln the works out Just won't care to leave. If we*rJ
lions, for there were scores of bu- of a typewriter a lot
r r earth, are passing our lives at the bottom of a great ocean reaus, commissions, and inflated bathed and dressed. n, and others like thls)(. butthat's what Florida was tellln'gonna the do In world Chi that these we"For can Rent"take and down"For saJa'

of air just as certain: fish may pass their lives at the bottom governmental payrolls, many of The merchant puuea a straight' neither here nor there;; cago. signs that have been clutterln up
chair out of the store and leanedIt neither )is It any of our business
', t 'of, the great ocean of water. Which probably accounts for which, were simply duplicating the They or'ours. Since he's been up there he's our landscape.And .
against his show window are
the plenty
on good
d work of others. It Is these that worked sixteen till
,,BO many of us being at sea most of the time. our President Is going after with sidewalk. He spat carefully, and enough to walk with, after all, this Through is hours a day while we're standln' on
three flies La the chief desideratum untiring efforts the corner waitln' for the big paradt
flew In
quickly to Investigate a pairof
o- a, scalping ax in hla hand. I story of Florida and the ana III
shows the new and exciting spot on legs. It's the color of the legs Florida we might powder our nose
History of
many examples exhibit has
According to the been knoll
government's figures forty-nine given
In
the to
per- that space set
taxing until the pavement. He began to nod causes us to forget something our hair and get all
people they repudiatetax
; ''sons in Florida are hoarding $97,760 in gold. St. Petersburg obligations. However, Presi- but suddenly he heard a buzzing as often as we see them and makesus leading the newspapers and magazinesof 'em for a loop. Cut the weepthrow

leads the state with six people holding $28,595 ; nine persons dent Roosevelt, by his recent move that aroused him. It wasn't flies want to weep. The other day he's handled country.hundreds On top of all that the tin cans into the patch
of
tV aX bussing-flies buzz hoarsely Itwasn't we noticed a bare-legged woman on radio programs barrel in the alley, paint up
in Miami are hoarding $26,300; six persons in Jacksonvillehave toward retrenchment !In govern- ; the ; made a fuss over Appearance
mental an airplane-they buzz in street. She was fairly neatly every up and get all pretty.
has
departments, shown
$1,465. No figures for Starke were given. staccato dressed, her newspaper man, writer columnist counts lot with a town or till
that he Is cognizant of this fact, ; this was an excited buz- complexion was a 101' what for a
have k1eg
i u4 o --.-. and that he intends to avoid any sing, a feminine buzz, high and rather good quality 'of the drug .lay hand. on. you, that he could Just as it does with a human >

?' Wauchula Advocate recommends frog legs as the ideal such crisis in the United States. lysterical store product, her figure was not Most of the -
publicity CE.SES10
He rose from1 his chair, and aa he to be sneezed at, and altogether, there men up COUNTY If
t' Florida diet, while "Lark" Cleveland thinks chitterlings -- If did were content to break the new roster
An immigrant from Russia la did so Main Street, began to fill you not notice the color of TAMPA-Until a II
should have first place. But a diet of Jewfish gumbo recommended called the "Rice King" of Louisi- with sweaty humanity. On they her legs she wan't at all hard on news George.when He It happened, but not compiled of those considered "
tq came toward his store I the eyes!. stepped out and made need of aid, all unemployment
He
by the Stuart Daily News seems more like It.-Flor- ana. controls 120.0OO acres of pushing, It happen If a ***
Hills
ida rice land, including one plantationof pulling, waving newspapers. The But oh gosh, those legs! the celebrity was on lief work will cease In Approximately '
Times-Union.: How about swamp cabbage and corn dodger grounds, he'd hunt 'em at the end of the week
r up County
10,000 acres one of the largest merchant became panicky. What They were a sort of bluish-gray- .
"
drag 'em
I a ?-Wauchula Advocate. Brother did you ever get a taste in the world. had he dons' Had he short slate color and sorter shiny, kinder over to the Florida exhibit 22.000 families Tame

] of one of those gophers that Inhabit the sandhills in this see- changed Mrs. Had Mrs. like oil cloth, or a wax candle. Weouldn'f Florida snap their picture eating a registered for' aid with the end """
; The forum Romanum of Rome, mith'a bloomers fared? He fled help wondering If the lady tarpon. orange The or fondlin' a giant emergency relief council reU j

contra, the first to bit erected, was distinguished Into his store and behind his counter was that color an:over. ines next day It was head- borough County emergency 10.00e
and front
unimportant as as for its magnificence. but on the mob came. Downwent We see all shades of color pages. council, with an estimated '
in
; ;' ; you have Bradford County strawberries and cream to top e his plate glass doors Down bare> legs ranging from a light to- Hardly-doesn't a day goes by that FlorIda persons or almost half meted *
The of the albatross get a break In the ChlPT tlon of the county :
I it off eggs are went his rack full of new fall bacco-brown to' a sort of waxy : abed
--- edible. dn ae.. They crowded into< every leaf-fat sort of white and a dill been favored papers. No other state has suspension may continue
r I as we have and this thirty days.



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