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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 25, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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)uncil Makes Registration Will Not Be Books Open SCREW WORMS FOUND IN COUNTY; Eleven Post Office More List Sign Shows Code; Don't Rush Hogs Drys OrganizeCounty

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In Various Districts Forty Nine Employers

Official Ballot BOARD ISSUES BULLETIN PEST To Fall Market Forces
Following instructions sent out The names of eleven additional ; ;

by Secretary of State. R. A. Gray, JIIIh..&. t .... .- ...... employers were posted this week in

H. C. Wall, supervisor of registration -- the post office as signers of PresIdent -

In CityElectionFair this week announced that reg- First Dliwotrred In Dog On Farm State Veterinarians Tell What To Roosevelt's blanket code. Price To Hold Up) Will! Be Active '\

istration books will not be opened Short Distance West Do When Livestock Is Theso names brought the total i is

in the various districts of the coun- Of Stark Attacked number of signers for SJarke to -

h To Be For Quiet Alderman Contest- ty for the purpose of qualifying I foi.ty-nlne. Indimtry I. Drought I'nder" Agrl- Qulgley" In Elirtwl" President Of .
our Kunnlns!&; voters for the The names posted this week
Two For Clerk repeal election. October The Texas screw worm fly, one The following bulletin was Issued cultural! At1Ju"tuwntdmlll- Prohibition Body-To MeetMonday 'i' :
10. The were: Blue Bell Lunch Gulf Re-
registration books of the most revolting pests which this week by the State Livestock Intratlon n, ;
| Council met In adjourn- will be open at Mr. Wall's office attack livestock, has been discovered Sanitary Board: fining Company, F. C. Holltngs- 'i c,

iesslon j.e city Wednesday night .wlth through Saturday, September 23, in Bradford County a few NOTICE. LIVE'STOCK OWNERS worth, Pan-American Petroleum There will be no need- to rush A local branch of the United & "

members present: O. i he said. miles west of Starke on the farmsof SCREW WORMS Corporation Standard Oil Company hogs to market this season In order Prohibition. Forces was organized ,
{following) ( 9 : Smith's Garage, Smith's Service to get top prices, of '
Secretary
at held In
acting chairman; W. Floyd Crosby and W. T. Crosby. Monday night a meeting ,
leasley The found first In Recently- several North Florida Station Starke Hardware and Agriculture Wallace said this weekIn the court house. An aggressive .
T. N. Kendrick. P. M. worm was a dog,
awards, Tax counties have become Infested' with Furniture Company, F, F. Stump '
that the
announcing nation'shog
DelinquentsAre and later in a cow, It was reported. campaign to carry on In this county 4 '
efoot screw worms, causing considerable Three Friends Barber Shop Sin-
Industry has been
official ballot for the city Word of the discovery was Immediately brought Under the fight for prohibition was ,
he damage to stock. clair Refining Corporation.
the
Agricultural Adjustment announced officers of the local '
telephoned to the Exten- by
be held on September
:Jon to Screw worms are the maggots of .
sion Division of the Agricultural Administration.Close organization following the meeting. .
933 was made up as follows Appealed ToFrom a fly so called because of their ,
or Mayor--W. E. Middleton. College in Gainesville and A. P. slight resemblance to a screw. The Brief Session to two billion pounds of J. T. Quigley was elcted president J ;

or Alderman, two years twoe Spencer, county agent leader, said adult fly is about one-third of an potential pork will be taken off the of the Bradford County '
elected-W. M. Edwards, E. that a man would be sent from the market In the next few months, according branch: W. P. Smith, vice-presi ;: '
Individual inch in length. has red eyes, bluish
Money Saving
Hayes, Nat Sternberg W. I* Standpoint It l. Wise Policy state department here within the green body and three dark stripes County Court I to information received at dent; E. K, Perryman, treasurer; '
next few days.According : the Agricultural Extension Service L. G. Powell, secretary.
To along the back. The fly Is attract.
'
Pay, Speaker SaysTo i
'It In Gainesville It .
'" Clerk, Treasurer, Tax As- to County Agent L. T. ed by the odors of decaying flesh, has been announced by the

>r, and Tax Collector-C. A. owners of forest lands, the Dyer, the worm has made headwayin blood and serum and deposits threeor Light Docket I. Disposed Of I Secretary of Agriculture Wal- executive committee that Rev. T. .

.b, Carl Johns. Futch law should be of more than Baker County, and Ijaa already four hundred egga at a time In In One nay This lace announced the plan Friday T. Martin, evangelist, will speak ,.. j
[ Marshal-A. L. Alvarez. killed cattle there. \Vek afternoon and promised immediate on the streets In Starke Saturday ''f
or passing interest thinks S. Bryan many cuts sores tick bites, etc., uf ani :
Council will met Wed- operation. He said the plan was afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. I i ,
;
e City Jennings, president of the Florida The pest recently appeared in mals. The eggs hatch in a few '
,ay, August 30, 1933, at 8:00 Board of Forestry.In south Georgia for the first time. hours and the larvae (maggots) or A brief session of County Judge's designed to meet an Immediate It was agreed that the next ,

,.ck to hear complaints if any, a statement today, he said, Many farmers there have reported so called screw worms begin to Court was held here Tuesday before emergency and should not be con meeting will be held In the courthouse '. .4'

to restore any names that may "The Futch law Is the best that losses of hogs and cows and a gen burrow into the live flesh. Here Judge E. K. Ferryman. The fused with a permanent program.It Monday night at 8:00: .

erroneously been stricken. could have been passed by the last I eral alarm has gone out. It has they feed from four to six days and following cases were disposed of: Is aimed not simply to raise hog o'clock, and anyone In Bradford] 'j'

uncll adjourned to August 30, Legislature, tending as it does, to been discovered in several counties, then drop to the ground which they Vorris Pringle, charged with prices, but to prevent them from County who is Interested In the i f

00 o'clock. benefit delinquent taxpayers to restore but no data is available as to enter and lie quiescent for ten daysor trespassing on state tax sale going still lower under stressed movement Is Invited to attend. ,

whether it has migrated a two weeks reappearing as mature : lands, was found not guilty. conditions.The Mr. Quigley appointed the offi-
property to tax rolls. and to .-.--- -- ...- --.--....--- ... ,
relieve- our- -pressing bond prob., steady movement from the West. flies. Theodore Crews was found guilty plan Includes premium buy- "'IB an uio executive commiiieo $; .

liter Answers lems. According to newspaper reports, The screw worm attack all animals of disturbing public worship and ing by tbe government of spring and requested them to meet at the
It is in the South., fined and pigs under 100 old Odd Fellows Hall Thursday '
"To those people who enjoy the quite common Including man. They also breedIn $10 costs.A pounds at regular I
benefits of public schools and a. west.It dead animals. therefore! all carcasses verdict of not guilty was returned market at the following prices: night at 8:00: o'clock. He also ap- ft.' '
is about the size of the ordinary In Pigs weighing from pointed Mrs. R. A. Thomas Mrs. ..1.T. .'
NRA Questions democratic form of government, it should be burned or, if this the case of Marvin twenty-five to }
should give an opportunity to render green fly but quite differentIn i la impossible they should be burled I Thompson, accused of maiming thirty pounds will bring $9.150 per Quigley, and Mrs. L. O. Powell ,

a service to their state and to appearance. It has a dull redhead deeply. cattle In expelling them from a hundred pounds, and for each five to select,: some woman to be at the ; rF

participate in perpetuating and hairy body with dull gray The presence of the screw wormIn field.C.. pounds jump In weight they will head of the woman's department. (
((lithe Director Explains To preserving their democratic formof and black stripes on throax and Florida is most unfortunate and L. Wagner was found guiltyof bring 23 cents per hundred pounds The following have signed; aa

iiplojers, ; How To Obtain government. To those who do pointed wings like a horsefly. It unless controlled It will Injure and operating an overloaded truckon less, down to the minimum of $a.oo members of the organization: i '

Blue Eagle 'not feel the urge of servce to their lays its eggs on living animals in kill many hundred cattle hogs,, a public highway, and was fined per hundred pounds for pigs weigh- Uev. W. F. Jones, Rev. C. A. '

community and who judge the sore places, abrasions, scratches, sheep, goats and other animals. $1 and costs. ing from 03 to 100 pounds. The Crosby, Rev. W, E. Daugherty, jilIre.

|:e' following letter for the In- [.Futch law on a ''cold cash' basis, places where flies or ticks have The veterinarians of the State The following cases were continued plan also includes premium buyingof W. E. Daugherty, Mrs. Ida ,'

atlon of all employers not there are features which 'be punctured the skin. The eggs Immediately Live Stock Sanitary Board will : piggy sows at the daily market Anderson, Mrs. J. T. Quigley Mrs.

king under codes approved by lost if not taken advantage may of be- hatch Into small larval gladly demonstrate to any farmeror Buck Grlffls and Bryant Griffin, price for packer' sows plus $4.00 Jessie Wilson, Mrs. L. G. Powell, i \ I

President, was received at the tween now and October 2. which begin to feed and grow, cre- group of stockmen tho proper; charged with assault and battery.M. per head without dockage such Mrs. R. A. Thomas, W.J. Epperson '

( office this week: "In keeping with the spirit of the ating pultrefactlon of tissue. The method of treating their animals. P. Richardson, charged with sows subject to Inspection' and L. A. Crosby, F. A. Scott, Mrs. F.A. ,, 'j ,

ALL. EMPLOYERS Futch law, a number of the coun- first Indication of their presence I.a is The treatment consist of catchingand operating an overloaded vehicle on 'I they must be ready to farrow in Scott, L. A. Davis. J. M. Mitchell. 1 ,

I o are not working under ties have reduced their valuationsand swelling. These maggots work holding or throwing the affected a public highway. I three weeks and weigh a minimumof D. P. Carpenter Mrs. T. J. Griffin. 'I' ,, '

I approved by the President:. are heeding the advice of'the fast and if the animal not treat- animal., The wouxvbor: point of I Lloyd Johnson and Roy Anders, 27S pounds. Mrs. Carrie Rltch, Miss Annie Dar ,, I "

W DO YOU OBTAIN THE Governor In using low millage. If ed they reach a vital spot and it infestation should be opened and charged with use of profane, vulgar The plan is expected to involve by, Olin W. White. .

EAGLET the delinquent tax payers cooperate dies.With all screw worms removed by the and Indecent language. four million pigs and about one S I Ifli

I By 100 per cent compliance. In this movement, they will be the recent abolishment of use of a curet or knife being sure million sows. Packers will handle

| In case code has been submit- able, by paying their current taxes, the State veterinary service, the to get every worm out, Then witha County Agent Explains I the hogs at cost. Some of the best Forsyth Wins 'r'ByKnockout '
to hold bacJc taxes In abeyance and farmers are at a loss for advice. small oil can or Infant syringe pork will be processed and sold to

1 Through petition for relief. their properties will be saved from County Farm Agent Gaddis of Ba inject choloroform Into all parts of Work In This County Federal relief agencies at cost, and

of these three methods: the auctioneer's hammer until such ker County is trying to find out the wound holding the animal quite the rest will be tanked, thereforenot
ft one time as money la less valuable and what cun be done. In the mean- for a few minutes to insure continued L. T. Dyer county agent for competing on the market. A
Sign the President's re-em- I time the farmers are using three action of the cholraform. Ben- tax -.
real estate is more liquid. If the Bradford and Union Counties, this processing on all hogs will be !
:ent agreement. Mall It to :delinquent Individual pays his taxes parts gasoline to one part chloroform aol Is recommended, being cheaper week released the following signed levied to meet the coats of the plan. i '
Lay) Valdontu
district office of the Depart- to kill the maggots and after but Its action is slower and Boxer Away In 34
this year, the valuation for next pos article for publication: Plans for handling the plan in Duval
1 t: Commerce. Put Ita pr- year may continue low and he can they are cleaned out the open sibly less effective. Finally the "In response to the request of Florida through the county agentsare Armory Contest Semi-Final -

cms Into operation. Sign the redeem his back taxes-based upon wound is coated with pine tar. wound should\ be dressed or cover the county commissioners of this being worked out and will be
iftcate of Compliance. Hand Preventive measures are ordi- ed tar two and ; ( 'I, ,.
using pine parts 4
the last assessment. This may county that I spend more time In announced in the near future A P. JACKSONVILLE '
your local postmaster who of much twen- nary sprays to drive flies away, cotton seed oil one part. Also tannic this I Spencer Aug. 23.- 4 '. ,
a ,
mean saving as as county, explained In an article county agent leader, said. Vasco
Forsyth Starko
( the honor put
post name on Jimmy ,
your abrasions with
coating all cuts or acid Is recommended as this -
to cent. If however In the 9
ty-five fifty per Telegraph last week 1 Griffin Valdosta
] and deliver samples of the pine tar, frequent examination of drug checks bleeding, repels flies neatly away in
1932 taxes not the
are paid, something of the nature of my Negro Boy Is Killed the seventh round of
the
I Blue semi-final
Eagle. The '-
counties will be forced to raise animals for hurts or ticks. fly and helps to make the pine tar work and my schedule In regardto bout at the
Sign the President's re-em- horses and Duval County Armory
their valuations for 1934. In that attacks cows, bogs, stick. time. For the benefit of the While Out Hunting last night

ient agreement. Mall It to theM event all back taxes will have to dogs. The pests.are. quite common.: CAUTION-The wounds must be I people of the county. I wish to e-lva It urn*_ a i.u.__ .. .M- ,
office of the Department of -- n- "--- H au. ., .--. .
is asuingfarmers dressed until .5. .-
County Agent uyer completely
dally
_
be paid on the basis of a higher briefly some of the direct benefits Lee Allen
eleven-year-old and take affair
lIIerce. Comply( with Its provi- negro all the way, until
him
immediately
to notify ; healed. Failure to properly and
valuation. At the present time, of county work to "
agent the is
farmers boy dead

as a result
of
accidentally Forsyth, who
i as far Now If fought .
as possible. if the pest Is discovered in this sec continuously dress the wounds will southpawstyle
for de of the
valuations tax
purposes, are county so that
they may shooting himself while but has
the
leclfic most
code has been submitted power In his
tion. result in their becoming re-In- f'
Real estate values will know Just what to
clining. undoubtedly expect of 'possum
me hunting Tuesday with right hand
four industry and its wage and fested. a caught Griffin with aright 4. 'r1.
Increase. Therefore, froma "First, I shall try to divide
my companion Ernest DeSue.\ to the 1
Jaw and
knocked (
provisions accepted by our bin
The flies will deposit in ;
purely individual money-saving Senator Futch Visits eggs any time as nearly equal between Un.
administrator the Cerate The boys treed a 'possum In halfway through the his '
| sign the tax abrasion tick bites, fly bltes- etc. ion and Bradford a. ropes, I ..
standpoint, delinquent Counties is
pay-
of Compliance with this en- In Slarke Saturday r I Therefore, care should. be given as swamp near Judge O. A. Cardinor's head hitting with a dull thud on .
should their current taxes possible giving Bradford
mont: ers pay County home west of town, and when the outer edge of the ring.
to insure ji'
until such time as they can redeem such sores healing. practically half time. This of (
my ,
>the extent of NRA consent the Allen boy picked Us Forsyth weighed in at .
as ISO .
I
their back taxes with bonds." Senator T. O. Futch, presidentof The screw worm is not a new course depends to a large extent as up gun, ; .
'unced we have complied withPresident' which he had laid on a log the pounds and Griffin at 149. :
,
It Is known ,
I Mr. Jennings further stated, "A the Senate during the past LegIslature livestock pest. to the demand for my services. ;
| agrement by corning trigger Is believed to have Jimmy Vlnzant, :Jacksonville '
the world and does its caughton '
number of tax payers, especially and author of the much- throughout "Those wishing to see me for : _
took '
any
with the substituted a twig, discharging a load of a six-round decision over Ver- .'
pro- Futch bill was In Starke greatest damage In hot climates. 1 _
owners of cut-over lands, have become disputed purpose may find be In the court
non Rowe
Da i of the code submitted for buckshot The boy was Lawtey. Both .
Instanly men
found active from
It is
to busi- warm
discouraged because of high Saturday attending legal house at Starke on Fridays and 1
killed.\ weighed In at
t--- .trade or industry. ISO. .
weather In the spring to cold at _
taxes. They feel that the lands court house In Lake Butler\ on ...
eaent this to local poster ness.The S S i i '
your said that the law weather In the fall. ,
Senator
are not worth the taxes. Governor Saturdays unless there are urgent BAPTIST CIIUICCII
who will post your name Sholtz promised in his campaignthat was not a tax dodger's bill, and In infested areas cattle and calls for service somewhere In the Intangible Tax Drive :
he ,
L i honor roll and deliver the he would reduce the operating that he could not understand why swine owners should change their field at that time. Requests may The regular Sunday evening 'Will Get Under Way .

Blue Eagle. expenses of the state. This has so much fuss was being made over methods and mark, brand, dehorn be left with the clerk of the court union service will be held at the ;

Sign the President's re-em- been done. There are a few Instances It. It was originally designed to and casterate their animals duringthe who will notify me."The Baptist Church Sunday evening. TALLAHASSEE concentrat 'j _
:ent agreement. Mall it to the Special music has been
I'rt' where the economy program encourage people to pay their 1932 cold months. county agent's office Is a for arranged ed state-wide drive to collect taxeaon
office this
of the service and
Department .1. V. KNAPP. a most cordial
has gone too far and un- taxes, he said. source of Information on any subject intangible property, estimated .
4nmerce. If you find its props doubtly will effect the efficiency of Senator Futch seemed confident State Veterinarian. relating to agriculture, live- Invitation is extended to all to at- to be worth $300,000,000 or more nJ t r : _____
are tend.
"Te mostly Impossible, then the state. Further reduction of the that many taxpayers In his sectionof a stock, poultry etc. If I do not was announced this week by Comptroller -. l

r[ for a a petition to the NRA operating expenses of the state is the state were going to take ad- Revival Being' Held know what you want to know, I The Intermediate B.Y.P.U. with J. M. Lee. ... I i i
hose stay or postponement undesirable. Landowners can look vantage of the provisions of the am In position to find out for you. Mrs. R. A. Thomas as leader has The state's Income from taxes

fJce' an provisions which would" with confidence to the future pay bill, and expressed the hope that At Kingsley Lake "My duties\ Include demonstration conducted the mid-week prayer on this property. Lee said, would .
"unavoidable _
It this hardship. their current taxes, and preservethe such would be case In other coun- work In Improved methods,' the service at the church several Wednesday be, approximately 91,000,000. It-

taUon Petition to the trade current low valuations until ties. A revival meeting is being: held Boys 4-H Club work, and personal evenings, and with these would go to the general revenue $1
of _
to your industry or. If such time as they can use their S at Kingsley Lake Baptist Church service work. Since the vaccination young people so active and Inter- fund, now at low ebb because of .

erce,your or local chamber of low-priced bonda in paying their Green In Washington with William Bailey of Jacksonville of hogs has been added to my ested In the work of the church, slack payment of ad valorem ; (1 ____
such other
organization commer- delinquent taxes. It is very prob- conducting. already heavy schedule, many other as many of the members as possible taxes. 1t: !
la for the as can properly ale that delay will be costly. Many Pulls For State Canal The following programs are : duties will have to be neglectedfor should arrange to be presentand A law passed by the 1931 Legis"j; v' _

IPtiHl! facts. 1( officially Florida bonds are BOW Increasing listed: Friday night, J. T. quigley this during\ the busy seasons. help out In these servlcs. The lature provides for making returns I _

(following( by! one of the above, add In value and it Is probable that all Congressman A. Green has and his evangelistic brotherhood; It will be necessary for the peopleto B.' Y. P. U.'s with Mrs Thomas of all intangible property, and _

!!cate: : to the face of your classes of bonds will be affected.The arrived in Washington D. C., according Saturday night. "Assurance, Not co-operate In engaging enough and Miss Pauline Priest.. leaders, makes failure to do so a misdemeanor 1

cept for sooner all of us can pay our to news dispatches from Doubt Is the Christian') Normal hogs to gIve me a day's work if I are, accomplishing much good in punishable by a fine or Imprisonment I
those interim provl- taxes both current and delinquent, there this week. He will confer Condition"; the Lord' Day morning am able to get around and accom- their work and through their efforts at the discretion of the '

b Iegauiing have wages and hours the quicker will be the rise In real with the Board of Army Engineers. "Who Opened the Doors of modate the people of the county and Influence many of 'the court. '

been approved by the estate values and the return of relative to the proposed cross-state : the Church*?"; evening "Are We "Many requests are coming In young folks have become membersof .
:::-::----Trade Association.postmaster prosperty." canal and several other Florida waterways Now Living In tb Last Days.; for Austrian winter pea seed for the church. _

'1\1-U\ to t.De> will author. _ with the secretaries of Interior Monday night "Tbe Lord KnockIng cover crops for prices-for fertilizer Speculators- Ke-nor ted _

11 to3t use the NRA Blue Eagle. i. tt R. STORE SPONSORS and Commerce, and Agri- at the Door"; Tuesday night In co-operative ordrs, for medicinefor MARRIAGE LICENSES Trying To Buy Hogs

. tilDe Procedure may take FREE MOTION PICTURE culture, the chairman of the Reconstruction "Tbe Believing Soul and the Sav the vaccination of pullets for The following marriage licenses
and Is, of course, sub- Finance Corporation iour" Wednesday night, "Raiment fowl for building have been -
to ; pox. corn cribs Issued by County JudgeE. County Farm Agent L. T.
reversal Dyer
Viewed when your position The :J. A R. Store will be host to and other government officials. What Kind Do You' WearT"; for fumigation of the weevils, K. Perryman: has Issued
< a
by warning that .
hog
the
-. NRA. the children of Bradford County at Congressman Green reported In Thursday night "Three Views of about the screw worm in cattle and Edd Polk and Thelma Stokes. '
should look
--- growers out for
)UEONSVM..ION- S a free motion picture show Saturday ,- Washington that the people of Christ"; Friday night, -What Has hogs and for Information about .1. O. Lloyd and Thelma Young. I In speculators. f j. "
OFF at 10:00 o'clock. The Florida are co-operating with the Christ Done for Our 81ns" I some sections of the : ,
: Saturday other .
dfOFd I morning ; many things. These are being S .1- i .
country.. be said
County used 83,973 will be Douglas President in all of his policies and I ''Repentance. speculators anticipating -
.:a I featured program night False and worked out as rapidly.. possible LITTLE FERTILIZER USED I '
of rise of
.a .
gasoline during: July' A Fairbanks In "Robin Hood." program 'and said that business I True"; The Lord's Day morning."Christ's and Information given. Bradford twenty.five to 4i .,
se County used but twen- : thirty cent In
of p4r the price of hogs
6,878''aIIona Invited conditions are already Improving : ,
wid I
r'-th. \All boys and girls are Coming and the PurI "Much good can be accomplished '
r 1IIt ty-one/ tons of fertilizer .. the ,
I : during tovsrnmeat'shog '
.
consumed
processing ,
to in June accordfc I and!are asked to call for their tickets In this state. pose": evening."Midnight Scenes, with the' farmers If they will let July. Polk ,
lIgurea County led the state plan gets under '
In .
S i inspection releaaed this week at the .1. & R. Store. Favors The Congressman was accompanied .- Watchman, What of the Night?" their wants be known and will cooperate with 962 tone.Embryo the field trying to buy way.hogs are from ,
bure&a of the De- out at the theatre. by his secretary. Gerald E. '
I will b* given in carrying out this program
fleOt f II S the.farmers. The advise to be on .
: Agriculture. During I Mlddleton of Starker who will assist Railroad trains were, halted lathe or work. olives ,
I.a8a contain
aliona of kerosene were The great flood Is estimated to in the Washington office while West' early day) by buffalo I "1.. T. DYER |which disappears with tbe mannite the lookout came from A. P. Spencer I
I ban occurred, In 2343 B. C. Mr. Green Is In the capitaLI herds crossing the tracks. I processttn. director of extension work laFlorida. '
"County Aleut-
ripening. .
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TelegraphIVritera -ive appenlngs UabYTue..No

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-- Friday night, August 11. by Inviting The human body, "-,

her little friends to her party. gravity is slightly II,, center II
LAWTEY' BROOKER ZIFF THERESSAMl RISING I They played games from six until the rlghL I

L O. JT. Phlillpa, Cor.MuBlo Htmm V.r. Gainer. C... Mtmm Imlm Ma* Lewi* C... ** Rh... Zrl. *... c... Mr*. II. M. McR c_. nine Into o'clock the dining when they room were where Invited looks From like the a wide..:river th* N''
of
cake and drinks were served by &rt1Q.!

Night At M. E. Church Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mlntz and Dyal-Kelley Mrs. J. I. Carstensen and children Mrs. Robert Turner of Plant Mrs. Norman.
The Lawtey Methodist Church daughter, Barbara Eugenia, of Loyd Dyal, son of Mr. and Mrs. and W. W. Packham and son, City was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Those present were Hazel Sapp, WHY NOT HAVE
will observe Music Night at 8:00: Jacksonville are visiting for a few T D. Dyal of this section, and Miss William, were visitors to the Lake Alvarez Tuesday.J. Leila Harnage, Vesta McRae, Ella THE
p.m. Sunday, August 27. A number days with Mrs. Mintz's parents, Theo Kelley, daughter of Mr. and City hospital Sunday. T. and Elsie Barnes were visIting Mae Sapp, Helen Norman, Annie BEST?
of beautiful selections will be Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Galney. Mrs. C. S. Kelley, were married Leo Hill left Sunday for. Jack In Vanderblll section Tues Mae Harnage, Katherine Wilks, R.
rendered by the choir. A varied The Woman's Home Demonstratlon -. Wednesday afternoon by Judge E. sonville to visit friends. day.Fred C. Green, Loran Connor Frank All new, modern equipment
program-solos, quartettes, choral Club held Its regular monthly K. Ferryman at Starke. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Zeigler of Halslop and Hubert Kelly and Junior Walton and Wallace We are prepared to scne,
harmony. Rev. F. W. Sessions will meeting last Wednesday, August Mrs. Dyal left after the ceremony Gainesville were visiting his par spent Wednesday night In Tampa Wilks. The little guests left wish Our sen'\Ice l 101 finer, 0Qr
speak on "Music and Religion." 16. for Mlcanopy where they spent the ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J| Zeigler, with relatives. ing Dorothy many more happy price la lower.BOREE .
At the 11:00: a.m. service the pas Mr. and Mrs. Maston Hayes of remainder of the week-end. Sunday. Miss Hazel Underbill spent part birthdays.
tor will have for his topic, "Pass Gainesville were visiting last week They have many friends who are Mrs. R.. M. Hersey and children of last week In Plant City with rel & GIDDEXS
It On." It will deal with duty of' with J. R. Mott and family. wishing them much happiness. and Mr. and' Mrs. Clyde Hersey atives. The first balloon ascended from FOEIlAl DIIIKCTORS
this age with regard to the good I' The Brooker Baptist Church was and son were visiting relatives in Misses Helen and Dorothy Nor Annonay, France In 1782. P.o..II0341A"' Ifni..
things of life.MlH entertained by th'e Alachua Sing Local. Oluatee Sunday. man of Hellbronn spent the week JACK90\MILK, I"t"-" .

I ing Convention last Sunday, besides Miss Rhoda Thomas Is visiting :Mrs. D. W. Moore and son, end with Vesta McRae.Mr. The Peacock is a native of India.FUNERAL Starlet. Fl... Dr.ark :\<..r rj.....
.. Howe Injured a splendid sermon by Rev. G. her sister, Mrs. Delotha Starling, Howard of Theressa, and Mr. and and Mrs. I. A. Crosby and
Sunday afternoon while watchIng E. McGauley at 11:00: o'clock. of Alachua for a while.C. Mrs. Cecil R. Moore of Gainesville, little son, Jimmie, and Mrs. H. M. ---"
n baseball game Miss Rosa There was a large crowd, plenty of F. Litchfleld spent the last of returned home Tuesday from a ten- McRae and little daughter were
Mae Rowe was truck and painfully dinner and everybody seemed to the week hi Jacksonville with his days' trip to Washington and Visiting Mr. and Airs. Paul Underhill DIRECTORS
Injured by a bat that slipped out enjoy the day. wife and at the bedside of his little World's Fair at Chicago. in Vanderbilt section Sunday Our Many Years Experience Make It Possible' for I'D to Render
of a player's hand and with great Mr, and Mrs. R. M. Gainey were son, Neal, who is seriously ill.- Kenneth Powell of Everglades is afternoon. EFFICIENT, PROMPT and CO17KTEOCS SEUUCE
force struck Miss Row In the last week called to Arlington, Ga., Miss Irma Stokes of Brooker visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Birthday Party MODERATE PRICES
mouth knocking out several teeth. on account of the death of Mrs. spent Thursday night here with Mrs. J, J. Zeigler. Miss Dorothy Norman, daughter DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
She was rushed to Dr. Biggs' office Gainer's. mother. Miss Hazel Thomas. of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman, STARKE, FLORIDA
In Starke where she received first Miss Blanche Burgdof of Center Bill Hlnes was attending to business celebrated her ninth birthday on
aid and then was rushed to *.he Hill spent last week with Mrs. T. in Jacksonville the last of this --- -------------
Gum Branch
:Marr Hospital. Reports at this W. Markey. week. I
writing state she Is rapidly recovering. Mrs. Rosetta Abbott of Plant Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shaw and Elizabeth Damage Cor.
City spent a few days here with sons Louts and. Junior, spent Sun
relatives and friends. day with Mr. and Mrs. Tim Mann. .
Loral* Col. J. M. Markey of Waycross, i James Williams of Lake Butler Mrs. Felix Sapp was the guest
Mr. and Mrs. J. 13. Dye and children Ga., and his daughter, Mrs. D. L. [was visiting friends and relatives of Miss Elizabeth Harnage Friday
of Lakeland were visiting relatives Valewelder of Tampa, were recent here Saturday and Sunday. afternoon.Mrs. .
here Sunday.L. of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mar-
guests I Miss Rubye Shaw spent Sunday T. N. Norman of this sec
F. Dlnklns was a business visitor
with Miss Hazel Thomas.
key.Mr. tion was visiting her mother, Mrs.
Jacksonville Monday. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen and
JO There will be services at Rock H. M. McRae of Rising section
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Andreu of daughter, Minnie Lou, of this city 'Church Saturday and Sunday and Thursday.A By Special Arrangements with the Leading. Magazines of the

Starke visited relatives- here Sun returned home from Center Hill also baptism Sunday morning at large crowd from this section Country Wo Bring You the Biggest Bargain of All Time .
day. where had been store
they keeping
10 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Carradine for his brother, Mr. Harley Hazen.L. attended the party given at the Subscriptions. To 3 Famous Magazines with A New or Ranewat
home of Miss Elsie Rhoden Tuesday
were business visitors to Brunswick O. Hazen and family went to night of last week.B. Order for This Newspaper.'
Ga., Monday.Mr. Cocoa on business and to visit for
and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and a few days. HIGHLAND M. McRae was visiting J. A. ALL 4 VJN LY" .
I Harnage Tuesday afternoon.A MAKE UP YOUR. OIVN CLUS:
children of Tampa spent the week We are sorry to say that Mr.
end here the guests of Mrs. Mayo'a Ed Polk Is III at this time.UAMPTON. BX. E. Crews. Cor. large crowd from here attend
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moore. ed the peanut boiling at the home CHOOSE
of Misses Mary and Mildred Alva
Mrs. C. E.
Strickland and children
of Gainesville spent Friday R. L. Crews and family of Starke rez Wednesday night. 1 Magazine From Group "A" $ 00.:

here visiting her parents, Mr. and visited relatives here Sunday. Miss Ruby Mae Lynn of DeLandIs 2 Magazines: From Group "B"
Mrs. T. J. Terry.Mr. Misses Flora and Bobby Conoly spending awhile here with Miss J
,.., ,
and Mrs. John Reed of Den JCIm* Ada Nlmmn' Cor. were shopping in Jacksonville Saturday Gladys Keene. And"CTYUPEIS r.E.DiIII

vcr,.Colo., arrived here Monday to and spent Sunday in Green Misses Mary Reddish and Elsie .......h..-..' ..... '.1' Full Year) 'WHY PAYMORE
be at the bedside of his mother, Cove Springs with relatives. Rhoden were the guests of Misses
Mrs. K. M. Bennett who la seriously Mrs. Wllber Hall, who has been Miss Dorothy Crews returned to Gladys Keene and Ruby Mae Lyns ?
111. visiting; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. her home In Starke Sunday after Sunday.

Mrs. Lee Cotton spent the week Joe Allen to,her of home Alachua here County last Sun, returned a visit here with F. M. Crews and Your Choice of Any One Your Choice of Any Two

end in Tampa the guest of rela family.E. Mjgaiint In This Group This
tives. day.' Prescott made business trip to Magazines in Group
Ray Reddish of Tampa visited The revival services conducted Lawtey Monday.F. GRAHAM GROUP Av GROUP UD

relatives here Sunday. here by Rev. T. T. Martin closed M. Crews and M, L. Crews HI.. EllcB Jok.w>n, Car. C McCairs M grta ____l Yr. ] Better Home W
Mrs. T. T. Darby and Miss Slnia last Sunday night. made a business trip to Maxvllle n Woman's Home Compl Yr. Garden 0 1 JT
Lewis C3 Woman' World 1
Youngblood of Plant JT
Prescott were shopping in Starke City Monday.B. Q Pictorial R ______ Yr. I ID Household Magazine 1
has been the week-end guest of A. H. Ricks and H. C. and Mrs. Ed of S JT
Tuesday afternoon. C. Hall and Wimberly Mr. Yarbrough Screen Play f Yr.D Needlecrafe. 1 JT
W. H. Edwards, D. W. Moore and Rev. William family. were transacting business In Daytona Beach were visiting: relatives Hollywood Movie ttg..l Yr. ((3 Good Stories/ I JT
G. H. Pearce were business visitors Nunshew of Lake Starke Saturday.Mrs. here last Sunday.Mr. D Open Boed (B<<78)1,, Yr. D Country Home 1 Y
to St. Augustine Tuesday.Mrs. Butler preached at the Christian J. W. Grlffls, Mrs. H. C. and :Mrs. Alvin Wasden, RIley a P.thftnd r (Wid,.) -. lYr. [ Q Succeiiful Farming 0 1 JT
: Q. W. Roberts and Mrs. J. Church last-Saturday] and Sunday.Rev. Wimberly and Carson Grlffis were Wasden and Miss Inez Demp- : O Pcogreuive Farmer a ,-
T.: Moore were shopping In Jacksonville G. E. McGauley will preach I In Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. sey returned home last Saturday t2r !: Dt!: O Southern Agriculturist 1 yt
Tuesday. at the First Baptist Church of Leta Rossignol and B. M. after a two weeks' visit at the Maaaiinff! .it... Sr Mdzuzfn* (n Group A
:Those attending District Kp- and Hampton next. Sunday morning I Wimberly of Jacksonville visited World's Fair In Chicago. THRKK IN ALL & THREE IN ALL
worth League meeting In Jacksonville evening.Mrs. here Sunday.A The many friends of Rhue Mc-
Friday afternoon were Misses J. P. Summers of Lulu was very heavy fall of rain here Kinney will.be glad to know that
the guest of her mother, Mrs. Jose Saturday has be is home after
Beatrice Miner, Mildred Dinklns, enabled our straw spending several
OlDtJem
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Eunice Whitehead, Louise and phine Sullivan, last Saturday. She berry growers to set plants this weeks In a hospital in Jackson
was on her way to Miami where
Gullda Marie Thecle, Kathaleen she will be week. ville.\ X enclote f PIMM Mad me the thrH mifulMIchtclnd
the
Blanchard, Dolly Dlnklns, Mrs. C. guest of her brother Mrs. Max Carter and Miss Effle Rev. F. M. Taylor of Hampton
M. Z. Sulllvaji, and other relatives.O. There are no atrfaf attached to thla I wfta .
R. Atkinson, L. H. Hill, Howard Starling and Miss Jewel Carter filled his regular appointment at fMi's wlMcdptloa to your newiptpifc
Miner and Bill Walnwrlght. Haynes, who has been visit were visitors to Lawtey Saturday.Mr the Baptist Church here Saturday offer! Every magaxlna aubacrlptlon: I
Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Reddish and ing his daughter ]Mrs.! R. M. Faverof and Mrs. L. J. Norman and and Sunday.Mr. will be filled exactly aa represented. Kara. -
Miami, returned to his home Miss Cleo Norman and Mrs.
of
Charles Dlnkins were called to spent Sunday Truby Dyal
Bushnell Wednesday on account of here Monday.Mrs.. with Mrs. Norma 'e parents, Mr. Waldo were visiting relatives here If any of your subacriptlona are re1newala Street or R.F.D- _
G. W. Rhames
the death of I. B. Dlnklns. and daughter and Mrs. Sonny Grlffls, at Lawtey. Sunday. the time will be properly ex-
J. C. Gatewood was a business Miss Alta, are spending this Miss RhodaT Thomas of Brooker
visitor to Jacksonville Wednesday. week with friends and relatives in Hallowe'en Is a curious survival spent the week-end with her sis tended. Town and State. -

James T. Moore and D. W, Moore Palatka. of Druid mythology. ter, Mrs. Frank Reynolds.,

Monday.were business visitors to Lakeland THE MAIN THING' ON11AINSTREET" oy L. r: V an nJ I

Haynes Lanier of Mlddleburg
was a business visitor here Satur
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day.J.. JJtttKj{ ]Duzz

C. Prevatt was a business visitor I- MAIN 'TtIIt.TJ'LtAt ; \
to Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. .
: >1tjG tCt.ISQoQ .
and Mrs. V. R. Reddish had 1'u. N I'LL t' ;'liEQ, I'LL HCVCR. IlL HEVER. TUT*
aa their guests Sunday, Mr. and t1Ot4\C 'tIm4 Ioc\O: ( HOLt HAI -( UP Att
:Mrs. L. L. Connor, Mr. and Mrs. << CANNOtf. G1AIo4T 1=11:1": .IMMV AT AGAIN
AGAItf CI!ACIcER": ; HAND
Felix Sapp of Water Oak, and Mr. THE DAY AFTER ) AGMt AGAIN
and Mrs. B B. Reddish of Jackson yALTUO
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Plundering of wrecked ships cost HAW wear .
Ball its independence. UAD HOPGO COB A 4ATC
A SATE 4*,iccc vcoc
Both men and women wear a $!ILL A Ciw coo.% "" '10m
abort skirt or kilt in Samoa. tttPTV3UNW. GQA\//;, ..,
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acquire real estate in Bermuda. tI olI:
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Trade $1.00 for $1.50? Here's the A Few Specials For Friday and Saturday

BROOKFIELD BUTTER, lb. _________25c ,

BEST WHITE BACON, Ib___________lOc last chance you'll have to make such AT OLD PRICES { ,

Sliced BREAKFAST BACON, Ib.______20c a bargain. Prices are going up----

ORANGE PEKOE TEA, /2-lb.________20c FLOUR, 241bs., High Grade, Sack._____95c

REALM COFFEE,Vacuum pack,;Ib.____25c you know it ---- we know it ---- BUY GRITS and MEAL, 10 Ibs..__ _______.__23c

White Ribbon SHORTENING, 4 Ibs.____35c NOW, while your dollar is worth its SUGAR, S Ibs. ..25c LARD, 3 Ibs____25c ,

Tall PINK SALMON, 2 Cans.._________19c '
SALT, 2 pkgs. 5c r
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depression value I STUFFED OLIVES, 6-oz. Bottle_______15c u : '
MILK, Tall Can _______ :_____________6c
Best Grade WHITE BACON, Ib.________9c
GRAPE JUICE, Pint ______________12Y2c a
No.2 CORN or PEAS,2 cans.__________ISclib.

Country Gentleman CORN,No.2 Can___lOc .Can COCOA.. ._.. ._ __.______._.___lOc +t

CHARMER COFFEE _______________15c SALT, 2 pkgs -.__5c NUCOA, Ib____13c

Octagon SOAP and POWDER, 10 for___25c RICE, 5 Ibs. __.__18c BUTTER, lb. ___23c t a 4 ,

CORN FLAKES, pkg ______________7/2c R PALM OLIVE SOAP,2 Bars._________.15c ,'

24 Ibs. RAMBLER FLOUR_________$1.00 P. & G. SOAP, 3 Giant Bars _________lOc

Shanklesa Picnic Hams,3 to 5 Ibs.,lb.__10J/2C MEMBER TOILET TISSUE,3 Rolls----------- -_lOc 13
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HAVE EMPLOYED ONE NEW MANALL
At Our Store Are as Attractive
EMPLOYEES Are CONFORMING to GROCER CODE
Now as They Will Be !
BACON, Plates, lb. __________7c Th"W a
Two or ee k s i
Maxwell House COFFEE, lb.27c "
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From N owBrookfIeld -
BUTTER, lb. _____25c '
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5 Ibs. IRISH POTATOES ____19c AND A LOT LESS EXPENSIVERACHEL'S

24 Ibs. FLOUR (Guaranteed)_98c
WE DO OUR PART
PHONE 45 FREE DELIVERY "

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STARKE, FLORIDA
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HARDWARE When Is Cash Most Roger Babson J& R StoreCONVENIENTLY FOR H r,ti': .

PRICES Needed? GOCER1ES { .
Are Due For an Advance 1
The GULF LIFE INSURANCE } 1,'"
:Much Quicker Than You COMPANY offers a policy with Says: PHONE
Anticipate Sight Draft attached-Payable LOCATED 't
at any bank. Let ua explain. J Js
BUY NOW I 7 7 l
Bradford County W. D. WAINWRIQHT. Jr. I seldom give advice in these weekly articles but today rt'r, ''r
CHARLEY E.JOHNS, Next Door to Poetoffice A. M. DARBY '
Hardware Company Local Repreoentatlvea. I should like to speak frankly, especially to my women +.'

readers. Retail prices are bound to go higher. Whole 5 k t''

HAVE sale prices have jumped twenty-eight per cent since LAST CHANCEPERMANENT BUY
BUYNOW
SOLES and HEELS March semi-finished goods prices are up about eight per WAVES ; rf'I
AH] Next Week r
; SEWED NOW cent, but prices of retail goods of all kinds are just begin.. $2.50 COTTONGOODS ,;;

FOR ning to reflect these advances. A study of past depreaPositively the Last Special T* ,
Price
f $1.00 sions shows that retail prices always lag in a recovery PERLE'SBEAUTY '

Electric Shoe Shop period. Furthermore although fully in favor of the SHOPPE E

.1 NRA, I do recognize that higher costs mean higher prices Before September 1 i { '

HART '. for finished goods. While there are still bargains left, I TRY i
FURNITURE CO. A.WI S E MOVE
advise consumers to stock up fully personal and houseGULF-LUBE AND MISS PAYING
MAGNOLIA Will Be to 'c
- H FISH MARKET BUY NOW hold equipment at the earliest possible moment. Cloth. THE BEST TilE TAX 5 + t li

STARKE What Household Furniture ing canned goods, dishes, furniture, refrigerators, linen, 25c

DRY CLEANERSYou NeedDenmark hardware, and kindred articles will all be higher. The OIL. r( '

CARTER'S sharpest upturn will occur in Fall merchandise. Hence New Deal! Service F '
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i i7 Eastern Star Picnic dime, or more if possible, for this gstoaN.er. suP '

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worthy object. --
There will be an Eastern Star ,-- '" I
There will be a zone meeting in --- '
picnic at B. Jacobs landing on Jacksonville, at Riverside churrji, ,.

Kingsley Lake Thursday August on Friday, the 8th of September.It GJ

31, from 3:30: to 8:00: o'clock p.m. is hoped that Starke will havea L.\\

4 r All pastern Stars and their faml large representation at that /rte,
meeting. Those wishing to attend, -
,, { lien are invited to attend and bring ,
please report to Mrs. W. E. Mid-
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their baskets well filled. The picnicIs dleton, superintendent of mission \ CQEATO2 $ P ,

I beng put on by the Eighth District study. ,

In honor of Robert Morris' --.-- \ k Of PL0h2/DAS ::1' t

i,, birthday. Chapters In the dlstlrc Baptist Circles To :Meet } hATTLESNA4'NDUSTQY
are: Lake Butler, High Springs, "'
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Hawthorne, Next :Monday afternoon at the ,
Gainesville, Micanopy, -, '
Waldo and Starke. church the two circles of the Bap- ,
tist Woman's GEOQGA e
ii Missionary Societywill
There will be a short programIn
connection. meet for the regular monthly \

business and program meeting. 2CHC

Woodman Circle Meets Circle No. 1 will have charge of

a ? the program for the afternoon and o #
r Tuesday evening at the Masonic all members are urged(, to be pres ; =1-
Hill the Starke Grove, Woodmen ent.

it Circle, held their regular meeting '

? 1 The regular business meeting "NIGIIT BLOOMING: CEKEUS" ... ,,. '
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was held after which the guardian, : : ;
BLOOMS: AT OVEKSTKEETS
1 I Mrs. Beulah Hunt, gave a short ....
talk to the members urging them
I z to attend the next meeting 100 per Several Starke folks! who are d
? especially fond of flowers were invited
cent strong which will be held the
+ ry second Tuesday evening next out to the home of Mr. and ,'

month. At this time all officers Mrs. Charles Overstreet last Wednesday --

tii I+ J are asked to fill their places in the evening to see their "Night a-r kl 'hn9lo rte-- .-'-:-:--J

lodge and the degree team will put Blooming Cereus" plant in bloom
;, on the Initiatory work. Mrs. Overstreet, with her eight About three-quarters of the

' years experience with this! plant, I.1NNERSUGGESTIONS' world's paper production Is usedas
At the close of the meeting refreshments -
4 ? were served by the knew about what time the plant printed matter.POLITICAL '
would
bloom so the guests were
committee. -C--
er Invited out for 9:30: o'clock and at

exactly that time the blooms beganto By ANN PAGE ANNOUNCEMENT '
4' :Meeting Of W M. S. burst open and at 10:00: o'clockthe To the Citizens of the Cityof Tai oNLy"
r; Of Methodist Church blooms were NATIVE produce la supplying the
fully open. but lu addition each Starke, Florida.

At the church Monday after The "Night Blooming Cereus" district must look to osier localities I am a candidate for the officeof iN cAarivIn
p; q which is a member of the!! cactus for supplementary food., Chief la theweek' City Clerk. Treasurer and Tax .w .
the Woman's Society
noon Missionary -
Family, Is a delicate and market are tomatoes, gretn
very plant of
Collector for the City Starke
f, of the Methodist Church held
bean. I
carrot., and beet. weft ?o-
has to be protected from the cold Florida, subject to the voters of GEORGE K. END of Arcadia Florida
be sold.
a business meeting with the president arc beginning to plentiful. are It has been said that
weather as well as the hQt weather. It I.I the height of lh. summer fruit said City at the election to be held has originated mea t I
Mrs. T. Olson, presiding and something: new for the packers use
l every part of the
The blooms relemble'a water lily season with Dew apple., peaches, Tuesday, September 12, 1933.I pig but the
d Mrs. J. W. White transacting the plum., and seedless all dinner table:-choice tender squeal. Mr. End does
y, duties of very much and are very fragrant. peari grapes have served the City in the rattlesnakemeat even more-he selli '

secretary. This is the third time the plant available With olive' oil, salad irmaliig and past and promise if elected to ren- properly .caught, cooked and the rattlesnake's rattles!
A treasure hunt has been in
ball bloomed this year;, the first peanut butter to choose from there der efficient service during my canned. For about two Arcadia'/ The strange white and light orange I
progress for the past several weeks time there were nine blooms* sec: 1.I no excuse for not enjoying summer term of office, and will appreciateyour years, 'ALLIGATOR at the Florida Alligator
and at this meeting a number of ond time eight, and this time there tlad. with a variety of dr..lnll'lI.The support. rattlesnake factory has been in operation. Farm Jacksonville is
I"% articles were added to the collection Quaker Maid Kitchen offer the Every part of the snake is I purely a freak and
were twenty-three. A' closeupview put the
py following menu: '* C. A FUTCH. on not a species. It is normal in
and the same will be sent to market. Souvenirs every way
F of the plant shows a numberof are made from the
5. i d, headquarters in Nashville, Tenn. 1 blooms; already forming for the Low Cost Dinner CARL JOHNS ANNOUNCES FOR bones and teeth. Belts, book covers and except in color. Evidently this wai

; The object is to collect old gold next blooming which Mr. Over- Veal Steak Creamed Potatoes KE-ELECTIOX AS'CLERKI lamp shades are made from the caused before hatching by its failure to

and silver articles, which will be street states will be la about three .' Scalloped Tomatoes Rattlesnake oil skin. develop pigment cells in its skin after the
is
F1: 1 ::1 worked over and proceeds used to weeks Bread and ButterCornitarch hereby announce myself candidate -' and eventhe extracted from the fat embryo stage. It has been in captivity
help defray in home and Pudding with Preserve skulls, skeletons ana fangs three
expenses Strange as It may seem this :Tea or Coffee Milk for re-election to the office of years.
t foreign fields. The amount sent clerk, treasurer, tax collector, Fr _'Un'M._ _____ ---
plant blooms one night at a time Medium\ Cost Dinner city om m..JGVI t:,. the famous: hereby call an election to be held. at Rlckenbacker, Fred A Scott. Rj
from here will give this society a and by sunrise the following morning subject to the action of the voters "noisy rat," a strange wild rodent the city hall (In the aforesaid city by> I Newl m.
creditable showing. Roait Pork Mashed Sweet Potatoes In the city election to be held Sep the qualified voters on Tuesday I In testimony whereof, I htrtomi!
the blooms are September 13, 1933 for
completely Buttered Spinach rarely seen in captivity. the purposeof subscribe my name and muse til
In Tampa there Is a new settle closed up. I !Tomatoes with Salad DreMln tember 12, 1933. electing: the followingofficers! ,leal of the said city tc b. heraintj
One
ment house known as the Wolf One writer has referred to these!! Pried and Butter Have only,,held office for one IVOTICD OP1 ELECTION Two Mayor.Aldermen. A.fixed 15. 1833 thin the 8th day >t AufuiJ 1

Settlement A request has been looms> as the ''Chorus Girls of I Apple Pie year term and have strived to t.V, B. ] One Clerk, Treasurer, Tax A.*...- : W. E. MIDDLETO.Y, Mayorl
> mayor of the ,
Coffee (hot or iced) :Milk please the cltlfEpns )in respect. City of ; Flora 1 or., and Tax Collector. 'Attest-
"V ? received from the superintendent of riowerdom, and in catalogues we every Starke. by virtue of On. Marshal. CARtr JOHNS,.
supplies asking that this society find' the plant listed as "Queen of Very Special Dinner Your vote.and support on Septem I authority voted in me by law do Innpectora of laid election T. X>. City Clerk. 8-1151,1-1; ,

contribute towards the furnishing the night both of which we believe I. Tomato Juice ber 12th. will-be sincerely appreci

1 ; i of this new settlement house. At are very suitable names for on-broiled Chicken Candled<< Tarn ated.

ti the next circle meeting, each member this wonder plant, which we are Scalloped Eggplant If re-elected I will continue to be

t: la requested to contribute a very proud of having had the privl- Currant and Jelly Butter yliRolli *I on the job and give service as in > s

ledge to see.HERE'S. Fruit Cup Wafer the past.
Cpffee (hot or Iced<<) Milk: CARL JOHNS. 1
MISS\ RUBY LILLEY
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THE FUNNY ONE I

G .11 ,, .'
Will Open' a y.
Before Henry Ford brought out : a
KINDERGARJ"ENSCHOOL his model T, the farmers were as t l w FAVORITERECIPES

Isolated from the world at large as cr. 'ter "

were the inhabitants of Iceland. \

Shopping trips to the city were I

1 MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 rare events. As a result, the mallf

order business flourished fendT'grew I'N'
At the Home of Her< Sinter fat and the mall-order catalogue OFBRADFORD ,
;
7 Sirs.' Titus Olson, on occupied a position Laths farmhouse ..

> MADISON STREET, STARKE library only second ,to that COUNTY
1 of the family Bible. In the Sears '

t" i Miss Lllley has specialized In Roebuck catalogue, amoag several HOUSEWIVESFAVORITE

Kindergarten work und conies thousand other items,.-there was lri
t -
a a here highly recommended shown a cut of a pair of corduroy l

pants> elaborately described' to .
t d Parents wishing to enroll their GRAPE "AND PEAR RECIPES
quality and priced at $3. Year after
t 1 ,
children
are asked to nee MIllS I
year, the same cut description and _
h Llilegl< at once at the Olson
home. price reappeared. This persistency Grape Jam Ginger Pears 1 11
,* 4 had Its effect I
finally upon Hiram,
Pick: over and wash the grapes Sift twelve cups of sugar into
farm who ,,
a hand wrote Sears-
place In cooking vessel and boll four cup. of boiling water. When
Roebuck as follows: "Dear friend. for thirty minutes. ''Then remove sugar Is dissolved add nine poundsof
The more I been seeing them corduroy ___ ..
from fire and mash through a pears pared! and cut in thin
pants the more I got to slices with removed.
strainer so there will be nothing cores
them. If ain't sold
wanting you left but the seeds. Return to kettle Boil until fruit begins to look Il
them yet, let me know and I will and to each four cups of mashed transparent and add the ;juice of ,

h buy them.-Ex. grapes add two cups of sugar. Boil four lemons and the grated rind

slowly for thirty minutes, stirring of one lemon, and one-half poundof ii a
All United States make a distinction : : l
between divorce and separa- frequently and skimming three or crystallzed ginger, cut in tiny i
four' times until of the desired pieces. Continue cooking until
lion.o .
More than 6"" I thickness and pour up in sterllzed fruit Is clear. Pour up In jars and ____ _

3. s 'f choice Havana filler- .. ,..... .. .. I. I IT r ._ jars or glasses and seal. This is seal.

i I pin other choice Imported an excellent ;jam for Shortcake for Contributed. We didn't actually shocks and prevent the steel from

Y tobacco .... aq winter and (is easily and quickly. plan on elephants when following its natural tendency to

taste and aroma foemd ATLASThe made. Spiced Grape. we chose the bodies for the new buckle under makes the
q K only la higher priced Mrs. W. N. Johnson Seven pounds of grapes, four and pressure
Chevrolet. But we did choose bodies sturdiest body of all-the kind used
Starke Florida. one-half pounds of
dgan.that'eJOHN ,_ sugar, one pint
rigid enough, and strong enough, to the other
of vinegar and one tablespoonfuleach on Chevrolet and on no
RUSKIN standard of Standard Oil '---
support six tons of elephant, or anylowpriced Remember that
t'I wine.I of cinnamon and cloves. car.
Tire GuaranteedOne Sweet Pear Pickle Remove pulp and cook in vinegar =' thing[ else you can name. Fisher when you buy a car. Be sure to get all

I i Don't be muted bf (Repeated) till grapes are soft Put bodies steel bodies plus a bardyou pay for ." the super-safety of a

I4 old time bread TearFrigidaire Two pounds of brown sugar two through a fine seive, keeping back wood frame. exactly the same type steel-plus-wood Fisher body.

: "marked down to cups of vinegar one ounce stick of the seeds. Cook the skins in one of bodies used on all 12 and 16-cylinder NICILcars.
cinanmon one-half of whole CHEVROLET MOTOR CO., DETROIT,
ounce
i ry 5c."JOHN RUSKIN cup of water until tender, then add Steel alone is not enough to
f j M.......... cloves and four quarts of sliced
44 make as
; II the I safe and
**tj cigar giving' the skins to the pulp and when this you secure as we
y'i ?' you full 1933 value >ears.Boil ?. and mixture begins to boll add the want you to be in a Chevrolet. A 445 TO 5565Ml
j sugar, vinegar spices
for your 5 ceat. sugar and spices. Cook until thick steel body, welded into a solid wall
1 1a twenty minutes. Place a small .
( Try .few today. quantity of pear. at a time )in the and place in ;jars and seal. of protection plus resilient hardwood pr/oM /.p. 6. ntnl. ttxh. SfMeta/'ju. pm -
.efa.
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee reinforcing to take Latr rfc/mrw pr e..nd ?
; tktr You "will enjoy every syrup and cook until tender. PackIn up stress absorb .eJ.A.:g".t... .. A sense J Motor V.Iw.r .
Starke Florida.
G.. puff. the three year guar- sterlized jars and fill each jar ,
l'' to overflowing with'hot syrup and -
Coiuere
Grape
Sa" 'I1IeBan.b anted electric refrigerator seal. Wash five pounds of grapes and 1zir.1iLi11ITorode
3 Mr J. C. Robinson. :3Ti C o
i ; "' ">;;.-'" They Ar. Apopka Florida. remove stems pulp. Cook pulp :
p Rsde-nebl. and skins separately. Put the
I t.euM
eq
r I pulps through a strainer to remove
Grape Juice seeds Add to skins with five Jl L.aMi! L ,i

For sale bySmith's Six pounds of 'grapes mashed. pounds of sugar, one pound of raisins

; Add one pint of distilled vinegarand the juice of three oranges

enough water to cover the and grated rind of one and one-

mashed grapes and let stand thir- half orange. Cook fifteen minutes ,

Service ty-six hours. Then strain througha and add one cup of chopped nuts

thick cloth and add measure to and cook until thick. Pour up in

measure of juice and sugar and glasses and cover with paraffin
Station': boll for five minutes. Seal la jars. when cold.

________________ Mrs. H. I* Brownlea Mrs A. F. Saul.

1 ., K+ I.Lewie dor: Ute.Co.MkH.Jf.wvlr.N.J. Starke F Starke, Florida., Starke, Florida. Chevrolet Co.

., r' GAINESVILLE CANDY CO. a..
J Next week the Telegraph will print Favorite Cookie Recipe -.
1 I ? : Gainesville Fta, Distributor .. .. .... .
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in.\\'. AUGUST 25, 1933 BRADFORD COUNTY TELE JtAI'D, STARKE FLORIDA" PAGE nvm! :'(. J

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Mr. and Mrs. James Lambe and iI i- Ribert Bonner! has returned to i Mrs. Stella Wiggins and Mr. and! Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Barefoot: I

Misses Dolly and 'Patricia Lambe :I his home In Carrollton, Ga., aftera Mrs. Richard Fox and little daughter and daughters, Misses Eunice and I ;
and Mrs. Thelmn", Andrews spent month's visit here with ihs broth- Iklar.lt, and ).Irs. S. A. Barefoot of I
of Macon Ga. were guests NAT SEZ :
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Bits of Sunday in Jacksonville.Mrs. er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. : Sanderson, Mrs. Jim Shaw and< I : J I
of Mr. and Mra. J. O. Tur-
Sunday
Charles Imbach. Mrs. W B. Wlnderweedle of Jack .. .\ ,
W. Mlddleton and ner'and family at their home on sonvlllo were in Starke Sunday aft MMM1. 'i '
daugh- r. :
Folks. here Is a little clipping< Iran \ !
ters, Misses Madge and Hazel Mid- Mrs. L. S. Hutto and son, Oliver Cherry Street. They were accompanied ernoon visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. M. across this week, You may i

l cal Nev4 dleton, are spending this week in 'P. Hutto, are In Miami spending back to Macon by Mr. Turner Barefoot. have read it, but if you have it '\ : ;, //I
Pensacola. with friends. several days with-. Mrs. Hutto's who will spend some time there won't hurt you ,, ;

brother and sister-in-law! Mr. and where he has employment. I Miss Louise Edwards and Mr. to read it again, .I '

Concerning Our People, Business and Mrs E. B. Hart and Miss Madeline Mrs. W. F. Hitter. I and Mrs. G. B. Anchor and Jack and If you k .1 l

of the County and Town. Hazen, teachers In the Hell Miss Ruby Lilley will arrive In Bell of Gainesville left Tuesday for haven't it might '; J

Progress bronn Springs school, were visitors Mrs. M. Butler and two sons Starke this week from Chicago, a motor trip to Chicago where they; pep you up a lit- J I

here Tuesday afternoon. have returned to their home in where she has been visiting relatives will visit the World's Fair. They: Uo like it did st ", I" t" :

Murdock after a weeks visit herewith to arrange for the opening of will also visit Toronto, Niagara me: t ,\" r' J

r Miss :Minnie Bessant of Ft. Lau. Mrs. Butler's aunt, Mrs. her kindergarten class on Monday, Falls, New York City, and Wash- i
M. Briummer of Lawtey was alialtor Mrs. T. D. Rlckenbacker baa re- derdale has been spending some George W. Thomas. September 4, at the home of her ington, D. O. WHYVOKRY'
bere Monday. turned home from a several days' brother-in-law and sister Mr. and z
visit with friends In Bradenton time here with her parents, Mr There are only
Jones was a visitor and Mrs. W. A. Bessant, Sr. E. J. Roberts, who has been visiting Mrs. Titus Olson on Madison Dr. and Mrs. II. B. McLendon two reasons ty' '
Mrs. W. F- his son and daughterinlawat Street. have returned from a visit to theWorld's to worry,
Monday. Mr. and Mrs.. L. J. Wynn of ,
Jacksonville Fair and the American ,
:Jacksonville Beach, spent the Either you are '
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee has returned
Hampton spent Sunday In Starke home from a visit in Gainesville first part of this week visiting Mr. Mrs. A. V. Long and daughter, Dental Association in Chicago. The successful' or :
with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scott.C. .
H. B Wiggins of Hampton wa A with her son-In-law and daughter, and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon. Miss Anne, and Mrs. S. T. Dell association was attended by 15,00( you or.,not successful, ,j
visitor here Saturday. Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long. ._ and daughter, Miss Olive, of American dentists and many foreign If you are successful there is nothing ,, S

W. Knight and daughters. Members of the Starke Grove, Gainesville), accompanied by Mrs. dentists. Dr. McLendon had to worry about, t 'j i
W H. Hart was a business vis! Elaine 'and Patsy Ruth, of Jack- Longs nephew, Milton Brownlee, the privilege of attending many interesting If '
Mrs. T. T. Long and Mrs. D P Woodmen Circle, enjoyed a spendtheday ; you are not successful there are ,,
Lr, u .Jacksonville Tuesday. sonville were visitors here Sunday. Carpenter are spending several party at the summer homeof Jr., left Sunday for Chicago where clinics and hearing a only two things, to worry about. ,4

days in Baconton, Ga., with their Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs at they will attend a Century of number of worth while papers. En Your health Is either good or bad, '
I Ralph Rhodes is enjoying a visit Chan and Bobby Stith of Jacksonville mother, Mrs. W. T. Jackson. Kingsley Lake Tuesday Progress Exposition. route Dr. and Mrs McLendon vis- If your health Is good there Is

, Tallahassee with relatives.. are guests of their grand- I ited Atlanta, Look Out MountainMammoth nothing to worry about, ;,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H, L. Brown- Mrs. .. Cave and other points
C. 1. Stockwell
and littledaughter.
J Eva and J. J. Rig- Little Miss Mary Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs. Q. C. Bates and If you are sick there are two 1, y
Rlgdon lee of Interest. They were
Miss in Jacksonille Johnson of Americus Ga., has been children who have spent ten days Kathryn are spending accompahied things to worry about,
L Wednesday on their trip by Dr. and Mrs. i
spent enjoying a visit here with her uncle with Mr. and lira. O. W White, several days in DeLand with rela You are going to get well or you a
Mrs. J. H. Courtmanch And Miss and aunt, Mr. and Airs. R. F. Dem- returned to their home in West tives. Mr. Stockwell will Join them C D. Whitaker of the State Farm. are going to die, '
Anita Courtmanch spent there for the week-end and accompany t
Sundayin
orest. .
I J. W. Edwards and Palm Beach Wednesday.Mrs. If you are going to get well there
Mr. and Mrs. them back to There mxled International
Miami with Mr. and :Mrs. H. P. Starke. are :
week-end at Lee la nothing to about y
the worry
mlly pent Oglesby. Mrs. Robert E. Tanner and sons, J. W. Kincaid of Cattles- Little Miss Mary Lorraine Stock- tribunals In Egypt.
ake, well, who has been enjoying a two If[ you are going to die there are
Bobby and Edward, of Baldwin are burg ICy., Is the guest of her -
several weeks' visit there, will also accompany -S South Dakota's state motto la: only two things to worry about, 'l
I of Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter spending days here with brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and '
Eldrldge Robinson' here Apopka with and Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long were Mrs. Tanner's mother, Mrs. Laura Mrs. O. L. Beasley at their homeon her parents back to Starke. I"Under God, the People Rule" You are either going to heaven or
tent the week-end you are not going to heaven, t1 i
visitors to Jacksonville Thursday Powell. North Walnut Street.W. .
friends., If[ you are going to heaven thereIs
evening.
to about
nothing ,
I Is Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott R. Swanbom of Fort Myers worry
Mrs. Genevieve C. Kenly a If you are going to the other place,
school R. L. Geiger of Green Cove have returned to their home in De- spent the week-end with his family '
of the New River You will be li
ember so busy shaking hands
Springs, owner of the Rachel Land after a visit here with Me near Starke. Miss Dorothy swan- DON'T MISS THIS CIRCUS with old friends r S
fcculty.I Shoppe, was a business visitor here Scott's parents, Mr. and Mrs. FredA. born accompanied her father backto ,
Monday.Mrs. Scott. Fort Myers for a several weeks' You won't have tTRie to worry fl I +
I Vivian Saxon of Hampton was a visit. So why worry? ,

Iness visitor here Monday aft. M. A. Jones and two children Mrs. Flora B. Cady and daughter MORE FUN AND MORE VALUE Reprinted from the Friendly i

oon. of Miami arrived Monday fora Miss Beverly Cady, have returned Mrs. J. D. Doyle, who has been Dollar of Wichita, Kan. j ,

Gainesle visit here with Rev. and Mrs. W. home after a visit with relatives ,confined to Riverside Hospital in FOR YOUR DIMES L
I of
Jr. -
Dr. J. E. Maines, 'I
was a visitor here ..Mondayowing F. Jones. in Hartford, Conn., and oth- Jacksonville for the past six weeks Now take dry goods and shoes, ',

er points. following- two operations- was removed I If you buy It right away, you won't R
Mrs.\ : Annie Richard is spending to the home of her mother, Never since the panic has reliable high I have to worry, but If you wait another l

I Col. Walter Dobson of Macclen- this week at Spring Lake with her R. G. Grassfleld, general mana- Mrs. Fay Gill, Saturday. grade merchandise been sold so cheap as is now I week, you will probably be. + + S '

was' a professional visitor here daughter, Mrs. K. Bruce Norman, ger of the Florida State Chamberof the case in this'J. M. Alvarez,Genuine Closing'Out gin; to worry; but If times get bet- i,
j and children. Commerce, with headquarters at Mrs. Emma Anderson of Archer ter you won't worry. I am sure 4 ;
I fcturday.I :Jacksonville, was a visitor here and Mrs. Edward Wolf of Jackson. Sale of his entire stock of shoes-clothing they will get-better If we all pull i it {

II L.Matthews: Alachua was a Stanley C. Carnell of Ormond Saturday.Miss vllle are enjoying a visit here with -hats, caps-Underwear and work clothes- together.
spent Sunday in Starke with Mrs: Mr. and Mrs. E. 'M.. Davis Mrs. All : -
Jomlnent visitor to Starke Friday at prices below present day, wholesale cost-
Carnell's parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. Mrytle Strickland has returned Anderson and Mrs. Wolf are mother 25: Dresses left. at '
oon. Only now $1.08 k ;y
Fred A. Scott. home from a several days' and sister of Mrs. Davis $3.50 to $5.00 Dress Shoes at $1.95 $2.00 -They were $4.95. I, W r

[Mrs. L. A. Reynolds and brother, visit In Hernando with her brother. Men's Dress Hats, 98c-$1.50 Dress Shirts at Saturday l III lest day for300Full ''y +,
Mrs. Don Chesser of Hampton Is In-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. Mrs. Anne McGee and three I
75c Dress ,
lomer, E. Johns,,spent Monday In Sox 9c-Straw) Hats, 25c-l.adles' Fashioned (lose j ,
a patient at the Gill Hospital recovering G. Ludwig. daughters Misses Lettle, Clara and
icksonvtlle.I lapgrado Overalls ._ _. .!1.00 ''
$3.00 and $3.50 Dress >? -
from an operation performed Marie, of Stuart have arrived in Slippers at $1.19-One Lat call at thin price t '

I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Little of Ma- Monday. Friends of Mrs. O. W. White, Starke for a visit here with Mrs. lot Boys Long Pants 69c-Underwear for a Ve have. full and complete line of '

|'D, Ind., are guests of Mr. and who has been seriously ill at her McGee's brother-in-law and sister, song-Come, follow the crowds and reap the Fetor Shorn at prices below the
Mrs. :Jessie Mae Blakely, who home for the past few days, will be Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Andreu.Mr. ,
rs L. F. Smith. ravings this week at this Good market. Get\ your supply now. )
nye Sale of ,
has been spending the past several glad to know that she Is reported t

Miss Pearl Campbell of Alachua weeks at Macclenny baa returndto much better and Mrs. Charley E. Johns J. M. Alvarez Old Reliable Clothing and Shoe -
|
In Starke Saturday visitingss her home here. i iI and son, former residents of Ocala, House In Starke, Florida.
Myrtle Reddish. I Mrs. T. C. Chastain of Lake City have recently moved here and are NAT STERNBERG
Mr. and Mrs. J. Frazier Shaw was a week-end guest of her broth- occupying the Petit home on 4

Burs. Fay Gill and Miss Florence and little daughter, Geraldine, of I, r-ln-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. South Street. Mr.}, Johns Is a Slarke, Florida 4'
the State Farm were visitors here W. L. Andrews, at their home on member of the Johns-Walnwright
Bll were visitors to Jacksonville
Sunday afternoon. Cherry Street. Insurance Agency.
turday afternoon.A. 6 < r

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Lennon have Miss Rosa Mae Rowe of Lawtey
A. E Surrency and E. B. Anews Jr, and Mrs. H., C. Wimberly, Sr., eturned\ to their home in Eustis has been a patient at the Marr l ,
Brooker section were y
i of the
of Highland were visitors here from a' several days' visit here Hospital for several days recovering .i7rTi {
liters, here .Friday. Monday afternoon. with Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Green and from an accident Sunday, when Tip i Top Grocery ,

and other relatives. she had the misfortune to have
Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight '
Friends of Mr. 'and Mrs. E. J. several of her teeth knocked out +
Paul Knight, were visitors to a
Icksonville Monday. Dowling and family, former residents Mrs. T. G. Carter and children, and her face badly bruised as the

__ of Starke who have been residing Betty and Frances, and Miss Eva result of a baseball player lettingthe
In Ft. Meade for the past Powell of Cocoa have been enjoyIng bat slip out of his hands and STARKE FLORIDA
Mina Beth Wimberly of Highland ,
ands. three years, will be interested to a visit here with Mrs. Carter's striking Miss Rowe In the face, at WI DOGU.PAQ ; .r
nt last week here with Mr.
learn that they have recently and Miss Powell's mother, Mrs. a ball game there Sunday after-
Nelson T. Green FRIDAY-SATURDAY
moved to Bartow to reside. Laura Powell, and other relatives. noon. AUGUST 25-26

(Sewing very reasonable prices.

lidys burgh Williams Streets.-Adv., corner Tenth and' Sprinkle Entire Body With Powder After Bath, TRUE LOVE POTATOES Irish Sibs. 19c y.


ICol. Joe Hill Williams of Lake Is the Newest Hot Weather Comfort Rec'-, FLOUR e e .

tier was a prominent visitor LONG
re Friday afternoon.

IMr. and Mrs. E. S. Blake and son, I 12 Lbs _____49c Whole Grain RICE 5 Ibs 19c "

1 the State Farm, were visitorsre Everything i-'acors a Girl e e e e


| Sunday afternoon. Being This a "Lettuce-crisp"Year PLATES OF GRITS or MEAL 10 Ibs. 25c ti

Mrs E D Tenly of Gainesville laNding Beauty s a > a e '
the week in Starke withr ; ,
| father, C. W. Walters. By LUCILLE FIELDS BACONPound
Counselor National Beauty InstituteTHE NAVY BEANS u.'

Mr. and t4. ,
| Mrs. Charles Imbach
has in her
girl everything 7c
rnt -- -
Thursday afternoon with this year to be a "lettucecrisp" PURE '
ends In Green Cove Springs. beauty. GROUND ?


r. and Mrs. J. T.Quigley have Daytime clothes, that evening can go clothe intoa SUNLIGHT COFFEE 2 lbs : e'i': '25c, ''till f '

timed home from a two weeks' tub after each e e e

atlon spent at Cedar Keys. wearing. Percale .
-- dimity, BUTTERPound PURE
r. and Swiss, batliteorgandies .<{i 1 1M'
Mrs. O. L. and
Haynes .
'
q .
DY Haynes were visitors to muslins APPLE JELLY 35 19c
''ksonvllle Tuesday afternoon. Washable, and linens gloves! J' ; .25c ozs. e e e .


and Mrs. T. J.. Griffin reed t with-fabric crisp,organ net, V pIIg4yRefreshing TOILET PAPPER 6 Rolls 25c

n Friday from Rochester, N. s dy cuffs! Wash. \ REAL GOOD .
[_where they spent two weeks. _' able bags; wash ,
1. able shoes even. ,GOLD BAR ''
So tbat- BROOMS t

ENT A WORDCOLUMN wilted L..III.lettuce FI.ld.leaf, we If cannot we look blame the Stringfellow SOAP 5 Bars lOc, i

the clothe as an, ocean breeze on a blistering hot day is this pictureof Each ..._ .20c 9 fl
U Yes, there are other features that Ruth Hale and Lyda Roberti!
wilt one down. Rather, features to GOLD DUSTWASHING
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be attended to keep one from look. and shine. Thes things simply do non-greasy sunburn lotion vlna- Maxwell House
It SALE New Missionary I !In* the wilted daisy." not go with the cool loveliness you balm, before exposure to the ion will or

trawberry plants, by the bed'Letsch Baths drat! One good warmwater should portray. result in the development of a golden : : POWDER\ 5 Boxes. l 10n ,
Starke,Fla. suday batK to remove perspiration Get Rid of Blsckhead tan, though It may also be used DelMonteCOFFEE '
8234t913p | [
and external skin impurities The hot weather should/ be pounced for relief in the case of sunburn. Use
SALE- One good shower a day. Two better upon as the most advantageous time II on every single outdoor occasion.If POTASH LYE
Y -Missionary strawber contribute to th* daylong upkeep of to get rid of blackheads. The extra you spend the day outdoors you'll 3 Cans 25c
Plllnte- -good, hardy plants tbe crisp, refreshing look.After each activity. of the sweat glands makes it need a nourishing food treatment e a e.
I bed or by thousand. Mike Ma- bath the body must be dusted with aster to clear the pores of solid ined before you retire. Retire with a Him '

Starke, Fla. 8-25tf a refreshing, deodorizing. fragrant oil grime topped, which ia what a of it on your face and neck. You tanned Pound .27c PORK and BEANS Can ,
I dusting powder. By actual test, yon blackhead consists of. girls, too, had better take> Ibis . 5c ;
>IL\LF k'now, the Mavis laboratories proved Use your' cleansing cream to fur precaution against an excess dryingout
ACRE of"Missionary!! that the use of a good talcum powder ther soften the pore content and use of the skin.
t."Wberry
"**. plants, from moun- lessens body heat. It Is a protection It freely to keep the face meticulously Give Attention to Scalp Lard 3 Ibs. 25c MILK. Tall 6c 3 Small lOc
j t.; 1300.free from grass, ready too against' the discomfort of clean. Use an astringent' to By all mean me a foundation .
for lot. G. W. S. Ware, Mat. If you suffer any sort of skin close the pores now that the black- cream. a powder be... The
l'tlllngton 1 FZa 8ll2tpy | Irritation, as many do In hot lead content 1 Is evicted. U,e an as- powder
stays on better. Looks
R weather, apply your talcum liberallyas tringent to prevent any further smoother. PICKLES. 24 O7 ; 15c i,
SAL&-MIAllonary Strawber. often as yon\ bathe.And we repeat entrance of foreign matter.Us.U todl..lop Lends you more of this crisp lookwe're Oats 'z ,
Plants by bed or by therthoupl '-batbe often The powder does not a fine-grain of kin Its use talking about. Meanwhile, you pkg. 5c ,
These pl lta clog the skin. Its beneflts are all to make you feel clean and fresh. You ar* protecting your skin from aot (;
round from are grown on the good. It makes you feel like a may need a special open pore and wind and ray.. RAPFc ,nJl ICF. Pint :> :' : ;', 11r.! .
fresh ,
lot
'tock. I ? nur- clean, new person and look more blackhead wash. Anyway, don't tot Th* scalp, too, had better 114 nourished t
Deed to lyre' the plants and Ue crisp beauty of current acclaims any form of facial carelessness show along In hot weather. Dried-

beat rates some berries for There can be no blackheadspottedkin up under the) bright' summer sun. out. sun-baked, hot-wind-blown and Salt pkgse lOc PINEAPPLE Can 1 yd, ,
Four **aaonSee) me or write In this lovely summer-girl plo If you're going In for tan-get permanent-waved hair Deeds con, lOc
e., expected acreage we can Tara Tk* skin most be clear. Nor your golden bronze tint on slowly slant conditioning to give it place In ... . .. .
*. J. GRIFFIS. ,8-18tf can It be hot and bothered with. oil aDd .!nJ)'._Application of ti. near the lttno-erisp. picture. I,.., -----R--------- '"
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SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TcLEGILIPII: BTARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY At'Gt'ST
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are another 2,000 men employed A. J. SKIPPEUJACKSONVILLEFuneralllerv

E In state! experiment station, and Hints To HousewivesWeekly -

some 15,000 leaders are working ices for A J Skipper, 83:I, widely @ You Know?
with the U. S. Department of Agriculture known in Jacksonville business cir- .O +]

FARMERS SECTION : These agencies have demo from Home Demonatra- cles, who died early Sunday morn-
onstrated their worth, and Dr. tion Speclallnb, Tallahassee Ing at the home of his daughter,

Newell predicted, their numberswill Mrs. I:, J. Hardman in Lake City, .-' ''
L )J Conducted by Demonstration Agents be Increased. There are hun WISE BUYING was held Monday afternoon at Live I'm r rr WWJ 1 'nnnlilll r f ::.... j'A"NA

dreds of other openings for trained Business concerns look to the Oak, according to word received

agricultural leaders. woman purchaser aa their largest here last night. Mr. Skipper was a
Somebody from the youth of to son of the Rev. H. V. Skipper, for- .
/M I market, and direct/the greater partof
day must fill these places, and the mer pastor of the Jacksonville Advent 4
f Youth Urged To who Is best trained and pre- their advertising appeal to her. Christian Church, who recently -

RURAL pared will go the task. Practicallyall Since the woman spcwids most of moved to Miami to accept a pas-
Prepare For FarmLeadership these jobs require agricultural the money spent for retail buying, torate there. Up to three months
COMMON SENSE Jobs college training. There is still a It behooves her to do it wisely. ago he was connected with the

"''i / SPUDS JOHNSON greater need for men with scien- She needs a well thought out planof Walter Bryson Company of Jack-
By
f tific understanding of the new spending, a balanced budget, so sonville.
N
( I GAINESVILLE-There has nev- farming age to go back to the soil to speak. A native of Wilmington, N. C.,
FARM HOME IS SOURCEOF er been a lime when there was a
trained as farmers and make a wholesome, The first step in setting up this Mr. Skipper lived most of his life
BOTH TANGIBLE greater need for agricultural
Newell independent living. Dr. Newell plan is to take an inventory of all in Live Oak and Jacksonville. His
AND INTANGIBLE ASSETS leaders Dr. Wllmon ,
of Florida heartily Invited the youth of Florida the money that will come in durIng most recent business connectionhere
dean of the
University to visit or to take the full four- the year. Then comes the step covered a seven year period.He .
Rural people of Florida are rea- College of Agriculture, explainedIn at the College of AgrI-
course
year of finding the total regular known had been visiting his daughterin
in whichhe
address here
it' lizing that the farm and the farm a recent culture here; to be prepared to fill Insurance etc.
the of expenditures, rent, Lake City for two weeks.
homo are a unit, and the Interests challenged youth todayto leadership jobs that will open when The third is to the differ-
step get
I fit themselves to fill this need. In addition to Mrs. Hardman and
} best advanced -
entire family are manhood. Further
a 4 of the they reach particulars ence between this income and the
will be of advantage He outlined the vast changes his father Mr. Skipper is survivedby
by whatever can be had by writing fora regular That is what remains -
4 r 54 to either the home or the that have taken place In farming complete catalogue of the to expenses.be spent in other a son, Courtland S. Skipper of
during the last 100 years, and the ways. Jacksonville and another
? farm, or both. County home demonstration -i courses offered. daughter -
? agents are endeavoring more rapid changes now taking With this in mind, the fourth Mrs. Grace Segars of Harts-
to focus the attention of the entire I place in the new deal for agricul- FARMERS TO DIVERSIFY step should be the making of a list ville, S. C.; three brothers, S. B.

family on the home as the source ture. What would the farmer of BRADENTON Farmers in of the most urgent wants of the Skipper of Jacksonville, H. V

,T c of income, comfort, culture, health, 100 years ago know about huge Manatee County are planning to family with a careful estimate of Skipper of Atlanta, and M. B. J>
power and Influence surpluses, about our complicated plant a much larger variety of their cost. In this every memberof Skipper of Chicago, and three sis ? Y
marketing system, about the new the family should have a hand. ters, Mrs E. E of
3e 1 These agents, with valuable as- crops this year than In former Burney Lawtey,
discoveries that make for better There are three questions that )
from voluntary local lead-< years, reports County Agent John Mrs. Jennie Carter and Mrs. Leon
Distance
/ farming? he asked. have found need to be decided here. Which of King, both of Jacksonville.
outstanding Henry Logan. They
ers, are rendering an Hundreds of times the farm future the items on the list will bring the .
a Pd service to Florida home life at the that It pays to diversify, he explains -
hasn't looked so bright due to greatest returns or satisfaction for !\io'ru'.J\ OK APIM.irAIIOV FOIl
present time and under existing such things as the boll weevil, hog the: money spent? In the face of TAX HKKII: sfw
NOTICE
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conditions. On numerous occasions IJKUKBY LIVEN
it has been noted that cholera, and various other pests, Hogs marketed In early fall av- reduced incomes will wo retain our That Mrs Orace Kinney, holder of
recently, but each time our scientific leaders expenditures for clothing, amusements Tax Certificate No 184 3rd day of
from two to three cents a
families whose members are con- erage August, A. D. 1983, has filed certificate -
have come through to solve them, etc., at the expense of
ducting home demonstration work pound more than those marketed In my office and made applica-
e allowing the farmer to grow more in December and January. health needs, or worse still, will we tion for tax deed to Untie thereon In
outlined the agents and local
as by accordance with law. Said certificate
at less cost. As a gouging public go in debt? Do we need to reviseour -
1, leaders are almost never found on embraces the following described -
ti,4', closed In on his profits, the farmer To produce bright fruit citrus present standards of living so property situated In Bradford
the of those for
lists relief.applying Women in unemployment the- used these discoveries to producemore growers have to watch for rust as to live within our Income County of Northeast, Florida Quarter, to-wit of: Went Southeast halt C.....u... 10'141 rssq,

home demonstration clubs are so as to make a living. Now, mites and control them with sulphur When these are settled the fifth :Quarter Corner of and one acre in Northeast In battling during the mating season, bull moose often get their

growing their own gardens, canning surpluses have plied up, and again when they appear. step is the spending of the money, I Southeast Quarter Northwest"Section Quarter 26, Township of. THAT so Interlocked that It Is Impossible to unlock them mil in
j the surplus products for sea- things must change. If controlled and here careful attention is reI I 7 South. Rang 21 East containing result both animals die? The photograph shows a ggldo In Super

cons.of scarcity, making the famIly production be the way out surely Corn for silage should be cut quired. Here the housewife should I II The assessment 21, acres. of aid property National Park Alberta, and a visitor. trylng'to"undo" two lets of antlers. .
'r clothing at small expense, and many new problems will come withIt. when the shucks just begin to turn I know the individual needs of every under the said certificate issued was that had_ .become 1 Interlocked: In this wsY1' -
jt Here is a big challenge to agri- brown. Sorghum should not be cut member of the family the amountof Inthe name of Mrs Orace Kinney.
otherwise making the best utilization cultural Unless said certificate shall be redeemed The basic rate of interest on new'I Horse cars began to run In lee I
of the things to be had. leadership. until the seeds are practically mature goods on hand, and the quantity, according: to law tax deed 'York City on Fourth Avenue la [
There are today about will Issue thereon first mortgage loans by the Federal -
i During this the home dem- 2,000 quality and estimated price of on the 16th day of
-
year county agricultural in the September. A. D. 1 33.DRt.,1 Government has just been reduced 1872.
agents goods needed with
the
i time of
onstration agents of Florida have year thin 11th day of August,
'4 bad the United States, and nearly as many More than 40 commercial miner- and place when purchase can be A. D. 1833. to five per cent 1
following splendid objec- home demonstration agent There als are to be found in Georgia. made to the best advantage. A. J. THOMAS, ...1 -- Education is obligatory In to ]
r tives.We Clerk of Circuit (Court Grapes have been cultivated Netherlands from ages six to ttlr-1
.i.o.Bedford County, Florida. .
-Mary E. Keown.
pledge] anew our united efforts S-18lot9-15| rom remote antiquity. teen.
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: to bring about; high standards -! -- -- nn m
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K of living for the Florida farm

family:

j 1. By assisting in planning and
i growing well balanced food and I LIVE STATE NEWS

feed crops. The essentials In this I

i program include: (a) Calendar I News of Florida In Short Paragraphs
for the Boredand
i r (every month) orchard, with fruits/ i Program
adapted to the section in which

they are grown; (b) calendar vegetable _
y), gardens; (c) home dairy cow, g. T _- __ U1.
with some place for pasturing; (d>)>
'it farm poultry flock, for whlc), is DR. MANN APPOINTED SHIP LINE TO SPEND the
( J'' grown rye, oats and grain feeds; TALLAHASSEE Cov. Dave JACKSONVILLE Merchantsand Not-Yet BoredWhen
l: Sholtz has appointed as memberof :
(e) production of sufficient meat Miners Transportation Company .
,
I t < to supply family needs; (f) bees to the State Board of Medical Ex- operators of freight and pas- ",'. oj,

supply honey for home use. aminers, Dr. J., M. Mann of -Lake senger steamships from Miami to .,

a 2. By assisting In planning a Butler. :Boston, will spend $100,000 here In ,'"

food budget and conserving a sufficient additional warehouse and terminal
a quantity of foods to keep COLLECTIONS AHEAD facilities. This was revealed in a .

t the family In health. MIAMI BEACH-Tax collections building permit to the company. some evening finds bit listless
a a
'EE, 3. By endeavoring to establish in the city of Miami Beach you ,

closer relationship between the for the 1932-33 fiscal year are 70 LOST BILL SIGNED
t "i' bit
;, producer, the dealer and the conSumer per cent of the total, or two per TALLAHASSEE The signa- annoyed by Inconsistent way the days have of
1 l cent ahead of 1931-32 at the same
ture of President T. G. Futch of
A 4. By encouraging thrift In time, the tax collector's office has the State Senate has been added to following one upon the other, endlessly .

clothing through a wiser choice In announced. that of Speaker Peter Tomasello, hI.
election, care and renovation. Jr., of the House on the "lost" leg I.

E 7, D. By encouraging a wholesome SMALL AREA BURNEDTALLAHASSEE islative resolution proposing con- .

li community spirit through well Of the 1.145- solidation of the offices of tax col- When
i planned programs of entertain 085: acres of Florida's private forest lector and assessor In Florida glaring headlines of murder, divorce,
1
c ment. land now being protected from counties .

I 6. By encouraging women In the uncontrolled fires, only 3.6 per cent I misuse of public office, no longer pique yourcuriosity

home to save their time, health, was burned during the twelve A '$60.000 FIRE .*
money and labor by Improving months prior to July 1, reports the I NOKOMIS-A fire of undeter- ---

, their homes and adopting Improved Florida Forest ServIce This rep- mined origin last week destroyed .....

: practlcies. resents an average of slightly more Nokomis' principal business block s '",.
---. than thirty acres fire. .
per with an estimated damage of ap- W I
r r September Best Time '- proximately 60000. The loss Included ;' Then

f To Plant Sweet Peas WATERS FLOW SWEETLY the post office, a canning --:. turn to the inner pages of your news-
WEST PALM BEACHSweetlyflow plant owned by Dr Fred H. Albee. .
For Christmas Bloom the waters of the West Palm noted surgeon, and other public paper, where suggestions of new things to do new
Beach canal, some twentyninemiles buildings. :' ,
-
1 '' y GAINESVILLE-September and west. of here. Two and a ,. things to have, new things to wear and principally
half tons of ,
In
? e October are the months for plantIng honey lay the SUGAR DEVELOPMENTLA
..if sweet peas for winter flowers, stream. Divers tried but failed to BELLE-One of Florida's of new bargains to be struck await
salvage the honey after a truck you.
says W. L Floydfl professor of greatest agricultural projects, the '
horticulture In the College of Ag- plunged through a bridge and sank Clewiston sugar development con IP
w; In the canal. The truck driver 0
riculture. Those anda tinues to ,
planted in Sep- grow, .reports the Hendry ., .',
tember will make flowers by companion escaped uninjuredand County News. Last year 12,000 ," "'

)' Christmas, while those planted in the truck was recovered. acres of cane were harvested and : The advertising pages! '"' ?.;&: :

October should bloom In January. the large mill of the corporationwas ;,' :
The seed should be planted from COTTON 84,000 BALES operated for a period of several ,

f' three to four inches deep. A trench ORLANDO-Florida cotton pro- months. Y I P
should be dug the desired depth duction for 1933 is estimated at r:,
and the seed dropped In about two 34.0OO bales, aa compared with BOOTBLACK "SIGNS UP" Life's never dull when one keeps up with it. hr

Inches apart. They are then cover- 17,000 bales last year, The Fed- PENSACOLA-Frank Braddock ... ..

ed about two Inches deep, leaving eral Bureau of Agricultural Eco- Lee a bootblack, Is the youngest .' And the surest way to keep up with life is' to keep e
the remainder of the soil In a ridge nomics here said the condition of member of the NRA here. He

beside the trench. As the seedlings the crop on August 1 was estimated works no more than forty hours a up with the things that make it better easier
begin to come up the soil Is worked at 87 per cent of normal, as week and displays on the aide of ,

:CY: !r them! !until! the ground la compared with 7 per cent a year his "shine box" a small eagle. He thriftier more thrilling to live.
I level.' ago. Yield was estimated at 170 wanted to "help the President" he l ,

"IY 'The Loll ? nwhich sweet peas !are pounds! an acre, against 78 pounds told the postmaster, when he f u P

I'! t to be grown should have plenty of last year. _.. signed the pledge.110rLYWOOD r
.
I organic matter. In addition, about 4 c--- ;
one pound of commercial fertilizer SEEK FEDERAL LOAN vs. HOLLYWOOD Right now, in this paper is news of vital interest o
,
:' should be used for each square ST. AUGUSTINE-The City HOLLYWOOD-With the establishment -

yard planted. Select the heavier has Commission voted unanimously of a permanent motion ': to you news that will keep from the bore-
a oils for sweet peas whenever poet to ask for 930,000, under the provisions picture studio by United Films ':., you

i Bible, advises Professor Floyd. of the National Industrial practically assured and plans un- dom of getting behind the times
) r When the plants reach a heights Recovery Act, for the building of a der way for the construe of the and the styles.

s # two or three inches they should Tourist Club Center, on the San Initial building units at a cost of Look for
it---in the
t be thinned to a distance of four Marco Lot. Many citizens attend- $100,000, Hollywood, Florida, haa advertising columns! Ed

inches apart. Light poultry wire ing the meeting spoke In favor of high hopes of some day becoming a hai
1 makes a very good trellis. The the project and urged the commissioners rival of the other famed city by 'i ,
plants should be watered at least to set the machinery in mo- that name-Hollywood, California.

t once a week during dry weather, tion toward securing funds for the : You'll never find the dull ng tU
I as sweet peas require a large work if possible TURNS DOWN CONTRACT : advertising'pages ,

y ; ', amount of water.If TAMPA-Mrs. Everett Schooley. because for
I red spiders or plant lice attack BEER REVENUE' BIG Tampa school teacher, definitely one thing, they contain information

the plants spraying and dusting TALLAHASSEEConsumption favors the NRA program. Wife of )

t F 4, will! be necesa: ry. Dust the red ,of r beer In Florida since sale of 3.2 I a Tampa business man, she recently intimately concerning you and for another they
ro spiders with sulphur and spray the 1 beverage waa legalized on May 8 I was reappolnted ecomonics ,
}: lice with tobacco extract. I has totaled 8.300,339 bottles and I teacher in a junior high, school. She contain information addressed !
Pa 230,243: gallons of draft beer the I returned her contract unsigned directly to you "

I; Every hen that molts during August I state beverage department announced 'with the observation that It was
indicating that she has quit last week. Tax collectedon I not necessary for her to work and
; t faying, should be culled out and the sales totaled $78,231.12 '"m compliance with the Pre ldent's
r sent to the grocery store or thechopping while licenses for wholesalers and 'wish that more people be given Per

.y ihi, 1 block. retailers brought in $87,305. lobs. ," resigned. i






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10.\,. AUGUST 85, 1933 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 8TAKJUE. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN \,
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Starke, Florida, HEALTH

f7fltdUd. All religious\ teaching doctrine or August 21, 1933.
I 1 1"rprIIA creed u they are to have any claim
the love-loyalty and devotion of the people must be In harmony with Editor Telegraph.Dear .
I ,pan tt'.acbinP of tests the Christ whose words fit ,into every fold and crevice Sir: By Dr. ERNEST H. LINESFOOD -

01 the the human LIKE heart THIS J and MAN.of whom" it wa laid in John 7:40."NEVER MAN. It cannot be denied that farm .t, -t &:;'..o-; ,

SPAKE products In Bradford County are

f'aeton of Bradford and Union counties are Incited to IIM this de becoming less per acre and poorer MILK AND WATER Y ..

rmeot, for news of church activities, organizations and announce In quality year after year. Careless I ? ,.

nta. Space such freely Items given reach and this no charge office before made-Wednesday the only requirement morning preparation of the ground and poor ON your vacation make it a point to haft three ROOd meats a day The 1'T' Sf

f thas cannot be handled for current Issue. cultivation have much to do with food la proper amounts Is essential to building up the reserve

there Me they this, but the main reason is that .f mental and physical energy for the nut year's work

the land Is allowed to wear out. But do.not overeat, particularly during hot weather Many attacks ofsocalled 1
I\RHE CHURCH DIRECTORYFirst of Klsh of the tribe of Benjamin. ,During the past fifteen years no "acute Indigestion" are due f h
i
And Saul was declared king. noticeable of "
quantity new ground to heart weakness brought on by cleanliness and. cool
Baptist Church At first he was not acknowledged has been taken in, but the same overeating and drinking, or undue Scrupulous for a
Johnson, pastor. to be king by all the people but have pan storage are necessary to
j. rudson plots been used for the same xertioru milk Don't 9
a supply
pure. carry
Sunday Services: after he had gained several battles crops-year after year without ma- l
Most people confine themselvestoo of milk too long la a thermos bottle '.
Sunday School at 10 a.m. for the Israelites, they assembledat urlng, until the vegetable matter muoh to the staple articles of diet, for If .it geU warm, bacteria multiplytoo ., i iI
at 11 a.m. Gilgal and confirmed Saul as the life of the soil has almost I I
Preaching van such as meat, bread, potatoes and! freely. Make a special effort e--.i I I
B. Y. p. U., 7 p.m.Methoaisi king of all Israel. When Saul had ished. For what little grass is sugar: in various combinations. In always to obtain the purest milk you ,

been king about twenty-five years plowed under during cultivation, U hot weather It Is particularly ad vis- can find, even If .U ooU .a few cents 7 A M r I

Church the Lord sent him to destroy the not sufficient to make up for the able to avoid eating too much meat. more per bottle. If you are traveling eaMlllliiil? 1 I p. a t 4 I Hi"

W F Jones pastor. Amalekites who had long persecuted losses from decay, winds and leach- Cereals fruit vegetable, eggs, milk,' with a baby it is better to carry a ( L I If

Sunday School 10 a.m. the Israelites, saying to Saul, alods, fish and a moderate amountof along a supply of evaporated milk, '

Morning: Worship, 11 a.m. "Go now and smite Amalek and ut- Ing.New ground is productive be- mat should be the chief article dried whole milk and pure water I ., lil, : 1

Young People's Meeting, 7 p.m. terly destroy all that they have, cause of the abundant vegetable of diet. Although green vegetables If your child Is going tb a summer t ,{ 4'

and spare them not; but slay both matter It contains. This holds all and fresh fruits should be eaten hi camp find out if the water, supply has I I 'f

Presbyterian Church man and woman, infant and suck the mineral ingredients abundance care should be taken to been tested and kept under favorable f.I f.

Rev George H. Lowry minister. ling ox, and sheep, camel and ass." plant food It absorbs necessaryfor nitrogen maintain a balanced diet conditions. If necessary, have it a I 1 "+ "h r

Sunday School, 10 a.m. Saul gathered an army of 240- from the air preserves moisture Vegetable and eereals should be analyied yourself. r''I" '
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Morning Worship 11 a.m. 000 and ((1 Sam. 15:7): : ) "Smote the thoroughly cooked If 1 ; :
and the acids generated during decay you carry Be careful of the water you drink

Christian Endeavor 7 p.m. Amalekites from Havllah-and he tend to dissolve potash, phosphate cooked food on a Damping trip or in camp, summer resort, and by 1 : 1..: :

took Agag the king-alive and utterly and lime from the grains of picnic, It should be kept in glass jars. the roadside when traveling. Make rl.a, c....",. x.n.e.t'nwwTARri c1( j'

.\\TEY CHURCH DIRECTORY destroyed all the people with sand. But it is not lasting; It rots By all means avoid keeping food in sure that no contamination by sewageor of tie e'ouo ef ,hands; In the British West I'': ; j, ':'!I,.

the edge of the word." And they away; la blown off by the winds, an open metal container or a can barnyard pollution Is posaiblei THAT Dominica, one ae for every day In the year! :
have 3U! I var. I
to I j
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First Baptist ChurchHev "spared Agag and the best of the and the finest particles follow the that has been opened. Any food, If In doubt use only boiled water or .r:runnlno un".rQ'o"'Id! 1 The phOog..ph shows Rouses. ,' j <
I. F. Chapln pastor. particularly meats fish and poultry .nd all of ','at';
certified bottled and if
sheep and of the oxen-fallings, rain water as It sinks down out of water youcan't main point of habitation on the Isl.,'''. t i" ,
Preaching: services first and and the lambs." that you may suspect from taste or be sure of obtaining it readily the .'. ,, j '
reach of the plants. Thus the land
Ird Sundays. 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. In verse 15 the Lord said, "It re- becomes after smell to be contaminated should not carry along a thermos bottle of pure The dead are placed in vaults at NO'fIC..imor TAX .JQVALIZ"1'IOo: '. '' f
poorer year year. be oaten of the ? i .
oold water. *
hnaiil
The u
that I have set up Saul San Juan de la Rambla Canary Florida
penteth me ,
at
meet
will 4
school 10 a. m.'H. B. Ar- But there are ways to remedythis City of Htirke, i ,
Sunday to be king: for he is turned back Islands. the city hull In the Clerk' office on ,}t j
'ood<1. supt. from following me." Samuel met troublo. The farmer of large Beverages TAia Ah.. aerie. 12 gOi August ISth, 1033, a* a f ,,
ftIt1a of of :::: for the purpose I
Service 7:30: m. Wed. holdings generally plants more Drink milk and water. equalizers
p. pure pure abolish. !1
Prayer at and "The Lord Capital punishment was .
Saul Gilgal said artidt* on Vocation and Htalth.Tht of hearing complaints and reaelvlntetmotiy ; tV
esday anointed thee king over Israel and land than he can properly cult) Avoid drinking too' many iced soft tulA on Wlutt to Wear wtfi ed In Kansas In 1007.a0'l'I'el | K* to value of any prop 1i
B. Y P. U. 6:30: p. m. Sunday. vate. Let him every year leave drinks u well as aloohollo beverages, arty, real or personal or mixed a* l lyear 1 ,
the Lord sent thee on a journey- answer the yuMtioni the lax assessor for the 'j
fined by
part of his field unplanted, for re which are common causes of gastrointestinal OF AIM'I.K'VTIO> FOIL the owner or o IN
1833, atralnst
not
didst thou
wherefore then obey
juvenatlon. A thick sowing ol f upsets. 1. What clothes are coolest? T\X IH SUNDAY SCHOOL the voice of the Lord-and Saul crotalarla will a. Should men wear belts or NOTICE 18 IlKRIcnV I OIVKN. U. W. ALDERMAN
give a good supplyof
said unto Samuel-I have brought Milk in country places' not always, suspenders S. What kind of That A. O. t'eamall. bolder of 2-7 Chnlrman, City Council, ( f t
and vegetable matter; or if he can pifteurlied. It is a wise precautionto of Tax. Certificate. No. 430 8Hi day City of Starke, Florida 11 3.Attests .
LESSON the of Amalek shoes should
Agag king be ?
worn uf August A. 11. 1931. has filed said
not afford it, let the land I
grow up the
inspect dairy or storage place Ii.
have utterly destroyed the Amale- certificate In my office and made CAKU JOHNS. : ,
klteu. But the people took of the to weeds which turned under in erf the milk you have to drink. (Ceprrtcbl. 111,N. V.U L c.0'1'1..101" ..., Hpplluallon, for tux. deed to issue. City Clei' .. 1.2114118-11| |
the fall, will be a great help. We thereon lit accordance with I law, ,
AVaUST 27, 1933 spoil sheep and oxen, the chief of SlY COUNTRYWritten %:' FIvAL InSrll""OFJ1..ly Maid certificate embrace the following
the things that should have been see fields where only plots here days after date hereof, to destilbeil. property situated. In AVER WORkED
Subject: Saul Israel's first and there are used because the en- wit: illril flay of September 1913, :I Iliadfoid County. Florida, to-wU: l
utterly destroyed, to sacrifice unto by Herbert G. Denison will present. my voucher. and flna)) Ho..lh..t. quarter of HoulhwoMljuniler NERVES Ia
Is needed. These
tire field not
gag. the Lord thy God in Gilgal. And M. A. who at time account to the Honorable( H, K. Per. of Ii""n'' 23, Township. 7 .
was I
one pastor
chosen in most Mouth, flange 23 Host.
spots were cases,, Judge .of Bradforrfutility
Golden Text: "Behold to obey Samuel said, hath the Lord as because were free from ber- of the Presbyterian Church In ryman., County.Florlon: and l auk, to lie: rile The asHt>"....ellt of sell property II I

better than sacrifice. 1 Samuel great delight in burnt offeringsand they Starke, and who now resides In rharKM! AN Admlnltrator of the K.. under the sold cvrtiricute issued wa .
muda grass. The unused portionsof tats of Mary Klvola Andrew, d*. In the nnnia of Unknown.Unlt'HS .. 1
in the :, a /
i.22;: sacrifices as obeying
the field are allowed to become Plalnwell, Mich. (Published by re cenveil.Thl said certificate) shall be.re
Lesson Text: 1 Samuel 151326.: : voice of the Lord? Behold, to obeyis quest.) the 26th day of July 1833 deemed. according to law lax deed
better than sacrifice and to jungles of weeds and briers. Now,, U. W. ANDKWE.S will IHSU* thereon on the lOtll day ofHpptember. j
Time of Lesson: About 1030 Instead of sticking to the cultivated Aclm'r of r>t. Mary Klvol Andrew. A. L>. 1033.
hearken than the fat of lambs.- imted this lull of August
I love by country's honored name 7-8H9tB-23| | D.ca"*d. day ,
C.
which become all!
plots, poorer A. L>. 1K33.
thou hast the
Because rejected
AU glorious with Undying fame, ,
In last Sunday's lesson Samuel the time why not muster up a lit 0'1'11 OP F.I.ECTIO'lKNOW A. J. THOMAS, ,
word of the Lord, he hath also rejected Bestowed by heroes bold.I Cleric of Circuit. Court. iy
aid to Israel, I have made a kingver thee from being king. And tle energy and reclaim the weedy ALT MEN HT TIIRSliPHUSUNTH. : Bradford County, Florida + u
love the men whose courage broke : That I, DAVH SHOLTZ,, 8-185t0-15| |
Samuel 7 15: have become fer-
In 1 verse jungles? They
> you. Saul said unto Samuel, I have sin- The Tyranny of British yoke, O..vrnur of the 8tnt of Florida, f.
;> read, "And Samuel judged Is- ned: because I heard the people, tile from recuperation, and a little pumuunt to the term, and, provl --
old.I I
In glorious days of
.Ion* of an art of the LewlMlnture u..r
eel! all the days of his life. In and obeyed their voices. I pray bermuda grass should hold no terrors the State of Florida entitled) POSITIVE RELIEF
1 3 4 and :5 this in these of tractors and
bapter 8, verses days
and
thee pardon my sin turn love our women, brave and true, FROM
"An Act to Provide for the
"And it to
recorded big plows.
: came pass again with me, that I may worshipthe Who have a saving work to do folding of State Con"entlonafor

hen Samuel was old that he madeii Lord. And Samuel said unto Some farmers' holdings are too With ribbons snowy white.I the Purpose of Itatlfylnir or PILESn I

sons judges over Israel.-Then Saul I will not return with thee: small to allow any parts to be set love their views that always stand to Rejecting th* .; Constitution Proponed Amendment of the t

U the elders of Israel gatheredlemselves for thou hast rejected the word of .' aside for resting. In such cases "For God and home and native United. Staten," approved Jun. rectal pale changed

together and came to the Lord." muck, which we have in abun land." 7th, 1033, !. soothing .omfort--almet. Instantly .
That I 10 th. relief ALL UP TO your' MHverr ice wor1D-
said unto
amuel unto Ramah, and dance, can be used as a lasting and To usher in the right. do hereby fix Tuesday, the 10th day .
m, Behold thou art old, and thy cheap fertilizer. It Is In miner of October, A. I>. 1933 a* the date, nil** jlTrws obtain from MEMO nave aft high te l9Q. I
poor for holding, and do hereby call t FREE. W* ipport thl .tatme*l No wonder you snap at the wtt
one walk not In thy ways: Now al constituents for they have beenleached I love the cause that dares to be special election In each and ever) with a souey.b.ck. r irant_. and bark at the children. d

aka us a king to judge us like all out but It will absorb nitrogen From rum's oppression ever free, county of the Htat nf Florida to b. If you are tortured br pile yon, Wa fe hmay out I Orerwofkadlead
JONES held on Tuesday, the 10th day olOctober :
he nations." Samuel was diseased BOB from the air hold moistureand In home and church and state.I A. I>. 1933, for the purpomof KT probably tried many so-called leaves to EloepUn- 4 '

and prayed unto the Lord. the solutions from the cheml love the men who vote and pray electing lxty-vn (d7) delegate car*. Det set juJ.'HEMo.FREE ..... Nervous U""H Nero'.." I Iooa .
'And the Lord said unto Samuel at lame to a convention to l b C, by past di..ppolatmente. II. action lDd..tlon and a
cal, fertilizers. Ashes from the I The coming of a better day held on the second Tuesday In No hostst I !
earken unto the voice of the peo- OMMENTS saw vember, A. D. 1933 at TullahiKHpeFlorida .1.I poiitiT. almost miraculoa*. la otb unpleasant dl
mills can be had cheaply; mix With all elate.I .
Ie In all that unto thee: courage to ratify or reject the fol. ..... of Itching, bleeding, vxtrBal, Why don't you try Dr. MB. **!
they say ((1 ON ed with muck this will be sweetened lowing proposal of the Congress ol protruding, or Internal piU. Efferrwacent Nervin Tablets
}r they have not rejected thee but ; HERE and enriched. The small farm love the colleges we boast the United Htat*, mad on the 20th Remember. bow Joyov' life w** Just one In a half claa" .. I 4'

ave rejected me, that I should not ANO ers should have compost heaps ol, Deep sunk like wells from coast day amend of the February Constitution A. D. 1981 of the tc, b.for* violent pain stabbed you Water makes a plaaaani. spart*.

sign over them." HEREAFTER.The muck, turf, leaves, etc., and and to coast United Stalest: into doll ,,'..r,.. R..alm that Dug drink
Then Where all drink their lore priceless. bpplnee. by. sending for oyBt twixtM ncmw: )
Samuel said to the people mal manure ashes, soapsuds and may '
"nolv by the Senate andlouse
and nelnv HEMO FREE, If Dr. lfQa Narrto. \. n.w 't .
This will be the manner of the any refuse that will decay, shouldbe I love the tendency displayedTo ] of Representative! of the youwf.b t
Bile' was not written for United State of America In py postman upon Jellvery. Mad Ia two f orraa' -LlqtiM mat
mg that shall reign over you: He added to them. open wide for man and maid Send the i ( 'l '
scholars. There are not many Congress assembled (twothirdof coupon today. NOW Kfferrw J e.it Tablet Both fcstvw r 'I
''ill take your sons and appoint In the long farmer Alike the college door.I each noun concurring therein the beet lira. UM aame soothing dee&
ago every
scholars in the world. The j
great ). That the followingarticle'
em for his and to be his MEMO LABORATORIES i
chariots stare
cattle-from fif- 'IjOO at your drug
had 'bunch" of
a 1.I hereby proposed a* an amendment
written for
Bible common
orsemen; and some shall run hews was love the sabbath of my land, to the Constitution I of the 4520 West Pico Blvd., I
his chariots to ear his folks like you and me. There may ty to looO-&nd he could "cowpen"his Transplanted here by Pilgrim hand United State, which hall be Lo An.l.s. Calif.

round and to reap his harvest, be literary beauty in the Bible land.and was Cotton used seed for was fertilizingthe abundant from gardens of the Word.I valid a* part to of all the Intent Constitution and purpo....h.nr.tlflet *. tube Enclosed of I. ...00 for full else /rft c"i? Jl./ I ts
which without scholar MEMO-FREE. t :
nd to a person love the bell's Invitation sound by convention In thrfourth **-
of
make his instruments
cannot There unpenned parts. By these of the several *tats ><....- tl ,"_ __ '
appreciate. may
'ar, and his chariots. And he will ship That tells our nation's safety AdJra ( u NE.I VINLr
be historical settings that unedu- means the soil was kept up. Now 'AItTICI.m'Aectl..n -- _......_rr,1rT1J., g
ake your daughters to be confec- is used almost exclusively.It foundIn 1. The eighteenth City y. ._.Sl. .. .' \ ..
lonaries, and to be cooks, and to cated people cannot grasp. But guano service of the Lord. article of amendment to the ____ __ I Y1 ,
do without
and cannot
bakers. spiritual truths can be compre- is good we Constitution of the United -

lelils And he will take your hended and appreciated by the human it; but if vegetable matter is t love our Union strong and great States I..* hereby repealed. "
and your vineyards, and .. The transportation
'our olive and them heart when that heart is not supplied it will eventually ruin Entwined secure from state to or Importation Into any HOW WOMEN CAN WIN MEN
o his yards-- give touched by the power of the Holy .the soil, as it is destructive to decayed state State, Territory' or pnesenslon of ,
servants. And he will take matter. And its th* United Slates for delivery or
He tenth- Ghost. organic easy With ties like these I've sung. use therein of Intoxicating liquor
-and officers.nd
give to his e solubility causes It to quickly leak *. In violation of the law
to his servants. And he will the I love no creed that will not hold thereof. I I" hereby prohibited.flection AND MEN WINThe
ke your menservants, and Darwin said several hundred away. Crops growing during In foremost place, these glories old, U. This article shall
your cold season must be stimulated by he Inoperative unless It hall,
times "We suppose or wordsto with vote and and
may tongue.
wldservanta and goodliest young of and this is pen have been. ratified a. an amendment (''g
find large doses guano, Favor ;
You never of Other
ell- -and put them to his work. that effect. 0 to the Constitution by" convention Men { ,
!e such expressions in the Bible. all the worse for the soil. This is The diver uses a feathered sea In the several Htates, t
will take the tenth of your about ex the case wth strawberries especially urchin to lure hungry sea fish. a* provided In the Constitution Unt4t two pints of bile Juice ;peat them to vet rid of this verses lht' ;
beep: and ye will be his servants. There is a finality every and should not within" seven year from the flow Gaily from your liver! into destror roar personal ........ TIter en t F
they occupythe date of submission hereof f
looked about to the .
d ye shall cry out In that day pression. Darwin States by the Con.ress.'" your bowels! your food decays in do I&. for 'h., only nov out th* tall m same plot more than two Paganlnl Italian violinist was
yearsin of
ecau18! of and the him in this universe and guessed your bowels. This poisons your' bowel and that does/ taker ,I S
king your
your .
n1 about how things came Into exist succession. born in 1784 Such election to be held In all respect 'hoe! body. Movem nU hard way snouch' of the decayed pulsoa. Co*
will get '
'
not hear you-and they In accordance with the m. wen I kelp at all. 1 ,
-
d ence. The Bible says "In the be- Bradford County "corn club"boys e pro- and constipated. You get yellow Oulr s free Dow of yon* bit* furs will
Nay but vlsslons of, and In the manner ,
will have prescribed
ver us. we a king ginning God created the heavens made as high as sixty-five to Wildcat banking was born in( In, the Act of the **'. .- tongue yellow skin pimple, dull top this deeaypouMM.:: Ieyour bowels.The 1 f t
earth." Shall the old Bible seventy-five bushels to the acre-- Michigan. tore of Florida aforesaid.IN .y., bad breath, bad taste gas, on. mild ....t.bie medlolne which start '' '
and the S free flow of rear bile Jul. I Ia Crtr ,
Saul TESTIMONT WHBRKOF I do dizslnesi 4
the son of sent heGdae e. You have become
Klsh was which showed what our soils are -
hoary with the age of centuries MAII'rEU' BALK hereby> set my hand and do cause tobe Little Liver Pills. No ealomel (mrmry) ;
Y his' father with a servant, to'ad with the finger of Inspiration capable of producing when thingsare t affixed hereto the Ureat Seal of an ugly-looking, out-smell U c......'.. Only An., mild .....tabl.<
some of his lost Aft- written Notice U hereby given l that under the Scale of Florida at Tallahassee, ing, sour-thlnkino person. You .Btraet If you. would brier bull pour e
r property. born on Sinai and completedamid rightly managed. How many and by virtue of a final d.er.e of the: .C.PIt.I. this 13th day of July, have lost your personal charm. personal ........ to win men. start taking I
much travel and search they the splendors of the Apoca- bushels does the average farmerof foreclosure mad and rendered br IBSA.GREAT 1 Everybody wants to from Cart..'. Little Liar Pill .aeordlotf{ to I|
the Honorable A. Z. Adkln., Judge of run :you. .
ame !! '
to a city where Samuel lived today make? And where are ( 8EAL!! ) directions tad.,. tU al dreg stores. ;
d a. lyspe flee the stage because come- the Twentx-Slith Judicial Circuit of DAVSJ!! 8HOT.TZ But don't take s..lts. mineral a.fu.. "sornethlnsr lu.t.s itood". for U I ,
they went-the found young about how things are the large well formed well colored Florida, In and for Bradford County, Governor of Florida may.crip*.loose*1sth.r aatd. ....tum.Ash r
oils
body laxative
guesses waters
In dated the lit day of : pills laxative
Idens Chancery, By the Oovernor Attest e
going out to draw for Carter's Llttl Liver Pill J
7 water strawberries we had In former by ncme
February, A. D. 1913 In that certain candies
created. and '
R. A. GRAY or chewing gums <
and
said oet what yea ask for. Ol'9lC.M.Co.DRIVING '
unto them Is the Seer years? cause wherein the City of Starke a ,

le-re? And they answered them: I have no trouble in believing in The warning against over produc- municipal, and J.corporation It- McKinley, la!, Mr complalnant *. Calll-

"- get ye up: for about this the authority of the Bible. If man tion was not Intended for Bradford W. Llddon, lfr. Lulu Mo.o, O. W. ADVICE;: ON OTHER PAVEMENTS
lIIe ye shall find him." Mono Mr. Kate Howland. L C.
farmers. have
County They never
been the author of the Book '
had Ifowland. Mr Rvelvn BaUey, P. :K.
Saul and his servant found Sam- be would not have written so sim- suffered on that account. What Ballet, Sarah Leona Jones, Mlntle MANY ACCCIVC IT.---* ... PER

hat el to whom the Lord had revealed ply about creation. Man would they need I Is more and better prod- Aaron Aaron Jon Jon*,*,their minor: father joined and next by THe WISE PROFIT-'A"BY,.,,(T Jw COSTSe MORE MILE s

Saul was to be anointed and not have said "In the begnnlagGod ucts. To get them, don't starve friend, are defendant, the underlirnd. ,

e king. Samuel entertained I created the heaven and the your land, for "you cannot eat your to who execute wa appoltnd the said SpecialMa.t.r decree, Than on Concrete '
Sal
that earth." He would have written a cake and have It, too." will on Monday, the 4th day of September
morn- Instead of a verse. Only If excuses for poor showing were A. D. 1>S>. during th* l legal: A
volume hours of *al., before the South doorof IT COSTS YOO JLESSTO
I God could inspire' men to write tangible things we could easily the Court Houe In tttark, Bradford -

?ben Samuel i about the creation of this universeIn raise 100 bushels per acre on the County, Florida, Hell to the e p. I
called
the people highest and beet bidder for cash the
tether at Mizpah, a high hill such a plain, simple way. natural land We should then not 'oliowln described real 1 **tat* DRJVE ON you FURTHCR INFOnV" l

bout five miles north of Jerusa- C e omit to plant between the rows the lying and being In Btark, BradfordCounty .-_Bid,the aundnt aMes MATION WAIT THC 9CLMENTealY1GLMAN g j

n truth's most excuse about the second: hand fliv: Florida, f>-wltt some from that. who. bee..... f
called is always wu*
"The watch tower. for Simplicity Lot On. << 1 Purpose of garb. Some one said, ver. It has to be exercised as carefully (M>, of Block Kleyen (11) inolnl John tuflinwd the complete' STREETS pAR[ tlrI ( ,
selecting a by becoming losiof .kle. w
king a..a-
by in.. H had
In Temple' Addition to City (Town) *
> nd it fell upon Saul the son "Truth and Error went in washing. as a lady's rfpitx dog and before of Btark Al*.. Lot 8lx UI and lust. sough .Imuranc n cam the PORTLAND ; '
''Hr and You'll know good from Error came out and put on Truth's It can be made to move much Seven (7) of Block Eighteen (11) In .........." I DRIVING ON UNPAVED STREETS

w- This ta Partially true. Adam clothes. Truth baa been naked time ls wasted tinkering with It.U addition Llvlne.ton-Truby to- City (Town and ) Company of Htark fire s> 10. be Km! ConeUtr loess CEMENT bI

'It his eyes open but he got> them ever since." Error has to wear the [ the time spent with the flivver laid sale to b. mad pursuant to and] seers,.teqidraneoDJ lodsrl ASSOCIATIONHwrt + fir.
Pt klo 'late. Truth to be popular. war spent with the plow and hoe, to satisfy laid de.,r... COSTS MORE ;
He had ruined his garb of D. E. KNIOHT, HAROLD C. WALL .
/
41ae. ". had wrecked his the economical result would have a Special Matter la Cbaacry. I 1 .WIMInaI

H. had cursed his posterity The devil told Adam "When you better showing. A.Sollclter... CREW. INSURANCE ThgnpR : jlctta., Atka'w 0.. r, :,,1 :.
for Corapuunaut.
Or. H. E. LAGERGREN.
will lie STARKE
got fruit eyes FLORIDA
hU eyes open eat this your -43tt-l| [ PSI

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'' }:h Bradford County Established 1877 Telegraph j From Other Pens I Maybe Heard It You've ButJFI'ERIA I I IDDtJ-)1) ((6'EM5 UPJfAlT.i il il'


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Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Clas REWARDING DELINQUENT I

Matter at. the Post Office at Starke, Florida -
One of a cumber of things we : TII

sr E. L. Matthews______________________Editor and Owner have never been able to understan One thing we'll say for the bunch Miami
to -
== Is why Legislatures and many common who went on the excursion
people continue to expect t to over the week-end tharen't <
SUBSCRIPTION RATE cure a tax strike by a pernlster telling any tales out +
i Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance policy of punishing the promp school on anyone: Early Monde

kiOlb'; Advertising Rates on Application payer and rewarding the slacke; morning our inquiring report'
.. This policy has been pursued I In went out on the streets, and contacted -

this state for several years nov, the few excursionists who l ,
Vacation days are numbered.o each year with renewed vigor and were not at home in bed and fired

o multiplied ingenuity in face of the a series of questions at them designed N e ipuffKowavsr ap ears
fact that all the time more and to make at least one delectable \\t i this
1' < Mt.
The city election isn't warming up very fast. Its agai year art l/ac
f l more people fall out of line and become piece of scandal rear ugly '
'?, ',. o slackers Instead of payers. head-but nary a one.Feeling ,' m&fearZaAre shoe? .Tdrarz

Fairy tale: Once an editor wrote a column without mentioning The result of such a policy seem Fine mi' /egentt says a prosperous
ed inevitable when it watt fire "How"re you feeling?" we asked, '. riSs s ; yearfo/faws -
r the NRA. started, and has run absolutely;; "Fine," they replied-to a mai"How's ,". \ '$ tyGeorfe'fficAester

0 true to form, and yet It Is continued everybody else feeling? i \ i /

.( V Pay your 1932 taxes before October 1 and reap the benefits and is being practiced mor "Fine" t
V of the Futch bill. now than ever before. Locally!; "Did anything exciting happen 1 Ptw li9aer,
scarcely anybody Is paying taxes : "The heel came off my shoe I in

o any more. Lake County, to borrov I the middle of Flagler Street. .
football of the from elsewhere reports Which is all quite nice-that' f
r It's too hot to read those stories some an example :v. |
i $500 In taxes collected I In: just the trouble-It's too dar
,t college are already releasing. June, 1033, as against $16,000 In nice; not at all the type of thing /he 7wrla'.i e-rAI1Jiesf A6/um/s r

o i June, 1932. our Inquiring reporter hoped to ur- well pntlllce.r omouhtp' V
/acne ,
1 We hate to bring up the subject, but there is only one Some counties which apparent!;; cover. t
wind
Yre IJlows
: when
V have not chosen to avail them One of the week-enders did mak gas % + '
u' more Thursday half-holiday.< selves of this opportunity to show the statement that he had a good 'TromI11t'Soltlt but slops j

V o favoritism and apply penalties time but that he wouldn't do I It North w/ad. '' sae .
l have given for $1,000, but when aske P/1f/reN/io'urinl?q -":'
4 If Bradford County ever needed an active strawberrjgrower's i with reverse English again *
: a
-
demonstration he wouldn't do it again for &>
another and a positive why *!
association it will be this
',,i r year. of the futility of the policy $1,000 he closed up like a clam, and or.-*
i o Gadsden County, for instance, another good story bit the dust. Jy \i -Sr *

t You must travel 450,000,000 miles to be killed in ar where a practice of keeping taxes Head vs. Door icl'? *
collected up has been in force for Of course, there was the yar ( 5r rr1'hrrr't .
'
Fk American railroad accident.-Detroit News. Why bother? .. -: \ VJhS awsa**"
,,', years, reports a ninety per cent tai about the young fellow from her >ar"rft? a fefr" ..J tt
,c U; o collection the past year, and this who stuck his head through the i?

f The Miami Herald wants to know if keeping you eggs al Is four consecutive years of ninety; train door; but ribald as it at first .iooI_ .." :III' "'." -

? in one basket will help the blue eagle to hatch them. per cent collections while other sounded, it turned out to be completely .wmiimwjiny.jvpjjiniwr
to Innocuous. It seems that he JoIe .' j
counties were dwindling practically / M one I W* i'>--
ik o no collections at all. The< was standing in the aisle and when ; iL--i*. '"'
General Johnson expects to retire in November, and we! Gadsden County record is good for the train started to leave the hade6eenmadee. .. .. .- .
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.
i at it jerk '" ...._-r"11...._' .. ..... \{ 1Io1l! .,.., ,... __
say that he will have earned a rest by that time. any county In the state any Magic City gave a fellow mighty off balance ,I tJtI"'r..nt. .' "'I"l->r\o.\ .'':,?.'..".,...'.r ...",.. ..' .co". am '
a time. throwing the young ... t.r1fl r.BritslLr.I. I

:VV f....",." "Film Director Turns North 0 After Hearing Tampa Negro Chinese We have for doing always everything laughed at back the I so through that his',a head glass went door.completely He- / 30917 i'honffJioH-/f,Sea ekph;; .can';.a//50 //utIS; ; clflslt

Choir." Well, don't let it worry you. Maybe he'll come back< ward. We may never get to be came out of the door without i i a 'clay, and cast fo without '

1 again. ". Chinamen, but we are running I scratch, however, so even tha two monffts.
eatinp-far .
them a close race in doing things wasn't very exciting.

o backward.-Arcadia Arcadian.1ESTERDAY I, We promise our readers that 01 Can you "Dig 'Km Up"? If so send them to us,
r'' Cespedes is pronounced "Thess-pay-days," and the Tallahassee ----o- the next excursion: we will try to< I and if acceptable we will publish with your name.

Democrat thinks this i is an ideal name for a poli IS DEAD! have a reporter make the trip si --- ,
that he can write all the gory details -

tician. You young fellows just out of when he returns-that is, if'' -. hack to work, but I don't want you stituted for p; In dough there It

o school You have had a tough time they let him return.GOLDILOCKS : to over-do( It. Thirty-five or forty ough for the o sound, elgh. for a:,
Remember the good old days when readers used to complain the: last two years. You were anxious goo Late hours a week will do for a start in gazette, tte for t, and in beam,
to get to work. Nothing opened PASSES OUT with plain wholesome food and eaux for o.
z that there was "nothing but advertising" in the weekly
up. You felt you were butting One newspaper in the state ha: plenty of It." "Now," says the professor, "sub

I paper? four heads against a stone wall been offering prizes for the best ., QlassiftBy Just about that time the boy arrived stitute these combinations for the
o The Star passes on to you a seamy submitted by a child on the from the drug store with a simple sounds in the word potato,

There is more repairing and building going on around phrase it saw the other day-to subject "Goldilocks and the Three Seen,.,.,., floricla RUSSELL prey KAY big bottle of NRA. Uncle Sam and you would find It would go
you and to the others who will Join Been Here is an excerpt from AMOCUIM4 j sniffed at it and shuddered. "Aw like this: ghougbphthetlghttesUl.Selected.
town than there has been for time and is
long
a now certainly
this of the winners: .
ranks spring.
me prize -
your doc, he whines, "I can't take
the logical] time to do it.' Is You know our "Uncle Sam" always -
been out hunting
SVS That phrase is, Yesterday "They had old that. "But yoUre: gonna take it -0-
such
a husky, hardy
was
'
lead! Goldilocks all night, and when i.heyfound "
o and like it. Roosevelt comes right COMMUNITY KILLERS
that the Idea of his ever get-
is all in its but if The country has been bogged her lylngl,6n the floor, her chap back at him, and he tells Johnson,
Optimism right President Roose- our
place, tin' sick was beyond compre-
down before. It la going to begin mother said 'Oh! what has happened -
the head to start it
nurse, pourln'
velt had thought every thing would work out all right without to pull out shortly, just as It always to my little child?' Her hension. It seemed that the older into him. People who kill communities:and
he got, the stronger he was. He Those who oppose needed
help we'd still be in the "slough of despond." has pulled out. But mark lather said, 'We must call a doc-
any ,
could lick his weight In wild cats. Well he's still got a fever andhe's worthwhile improvements.
his: Business is not coming back tor.: ; So she went over to the telephone -
all broken out with "Blue Those who it down to stran
a
0 He was a tiiugh.hombre buty! run
Just as it was before. It never does, and called up' the* doctor
p h{? An orchid to the Tampa teacher who resigned her job after going through the wringer. While she was doing that Goldl- square shooter and a keen business Eagles" but he's eatln' better than gers.
He had more dough more he was and the old headache is Those who distrust public-splril
man.
r' a because she didn't need it With a few million people like her A lot of the old leaders and old ock's father picked her up and put brains and more pep than any gradually workin' off and it looks ed men.

} ; in the country, there would be less need for NRA's. punch methods of aggressive have passed and out.resourceful A new her"In on a a few bed.minutes the doctor ar- other guy in the world like he was really gonna get well. Those who never advertise their

o young fellows will come stomping Ived. He hurried over to where And heaitny! Say he was born He's been doin' a little more work business.
each and that's him to Those who show hospitality
y; Warden Lawes says that undertakers lead in making applications up, to grab new opportunities.For Goldilocks was lying and felt her with an iron constitution. Nothln'could day helpln' no
his When
back. he to
to him.- He was a get strength anyone.
is dead! ulse. Then he looked at the table happen
yesterday
t to witness executions. Same principal as the letter > little hate to see others
vI j' New opportunities, mind you. where the! three beers had been self-made man. He built up his for- gets a stronger they'll oper- Those who
I, carrier who goes for a stroll on his holiday, isn't it? Jot the opportunities of the last itandlng. Then' he said, 'I am sor- tune by the sweat of his brpw. ate and remove that 18th amend- make money.
ment and with that out of the Those who every Improvement
way oppose
in his
He a mean axe early
0 lecade Those are gone. If experience but Goldilocks Is drunk.1"Can't swung
+ 1rl ry the old Constitution will pull him that does not original
Is recovery will not take it eh, Goldilocks? day and hardened his muscles in
a guide ,
Buy now what you need, and what you are apt to need the forest and mine. He worked and through.But with themselves.
fashion along -
la orderly -
within the next few months. It's just like making money for ome old. lines. Keen men will see business NEW PROTECTION studied, lived within his income, with the fever and "code" in Those who put on an extra !loaf

1 w' you'll be paying lots more for the same stuff in a week or so. chance. here and there even WARWICK, N. Y.-When an en- minded his own business and gain- his head we'll have to be cautious face when a stranger talks of locating
and not over do it or he develop in their town.
o vhlle things are at a low leveL aged bull attacked James Ball, re-I ed the respect. and goodwill of might -
pneumonia and have Those who every public
a serious oppose
that out of the de- the latter's brother, ,, everyone.
p Chances grow cently,
There is something gone wrong with a civilization when I relapse. NRA is* a great enterprise that does not appear\
>resslon with its changed demands. attempted to turn the beast aside Then he shed his overalls, fixed
.. tonic but we'll have to mix little ) be of benefit to them
? a woman who has figured in a sensational murder trial is Perhaps these will lie In new by> jabbing it with a pitchfork. He up a swell suite of offices, went In a personal
common sense with each dose. selves.
given a vaudeville contract on the, strength of her notoriety products of science, in inexpensive vas not having much success when' for night clubs and whoopee, and .- Those who real kick out of
get a
alone. novelties, in house cooling In cheap his wife appeared on the scene and spent most of bill time hangin' over JUST SPUDSGhoughpbtheightteaux most anything that
arm lands. Men who live in the let go a few piercing shrieks. The the ticker tape. He got soft and being against -

V oWe past will overlook these opportuni- bull.+ which had Ignored the pitchfork flabby, began to spend more than, Greek? or Hindustani; it's lust is not the I others sake.-crescent support, just for City disposlion's Journal

{. won't disclose his name, but there is a traitor in town. lea They will be thinking of thrusts turned one startled he made. The hangovers got more good old word potato, after Prof.J. tall..:

One male resident, who returned from the World's Fair lasts things as they were in 1929. So ook in the direction of Mrs. Ball frequent. His circulation went bad G. H. Buck ardent advocate of .
hey will fall to see the new conditions and then fled to the far end of thelaeture on him. i
week, secretly confided that he thought California had the and take advantage of them. Then Uncle Sam went to bed' reformed the spelling has demonstrated Oil of some Kind was used! In the
Inconsistencies of the English of the pyramidsCoffee
j best exhibit. But the alert young crowd will with a terrible headache: and an language.He construction -

+1 r o ump at the new chances, develop Doesn't the above news item give Acute pain In his side. Dr. Hoover ,' demonstrated it this way: is used for fuel in loco
hem, build with them as business Ideas T Think of the possiblli- tendin' him at the time andInsisted
up you was In the word BrazIL
We wouldn't want to say that Florida editors are afraidof hiccough gh is sub motives and factories in
builds up.Yesterday ties, men When bill collectors on feedin the! old--- man I -
a little revolution, but just the same the press meeting that is dead! ome around, or book agents or soothln syrup and opiates. Dr. Al

;' was to have been held in Cuba the first of next month has Have you heard of the flu-flu fuller brush men, or even Aunt Smith examined him and insisted And the Worst is Yet to Come--
bird that flies backwards T It Lgatha just have the wife stand that an operation was needed to .
been postponed. wants to see where It has been. It behind the door and give one of remove his 18th amendment, but
o loesn't give a darn where it Is gong. hose feminine shrieks and watch Dr. Hoover wouldn't listen to that. I

.. Sleepiness is brought on by the accumulation of hypo- Don't be a flu-flu bird. for results. 'might work. Any- Well the- old man kept gettln'

toxin in the brain, scientists say. Mothers, don't scold Junior You youngsters, seize any decent tray it's worth a try. And what's worse instead of better. The painIn
job that offers. But keep your food for bulls should be good for his side was terrible. All the
r if he stays in bed until noon. lie is merely trying to get this yes open. Be ready for new conations other animals-why not see what time it was takin' more and more

1 poison out of his system. new ideas. Your humble I ffect it haa on the wolf at the dough to look after him. Some
o job may have possibilities that the idoor. members of his family got right
ild order did not reveal. down to rock bottom puttin' out
S ;: Ely Culbertson says that bridge has taught men what Remember, Yesterday Is dead.- BULLISH ITEMS: for him. ;/ VI" z

t.. S e$ to do with their leisure time. But, unfortunately, it has Cansas City Star.o Add Bright Spots in Business: Finally It got to where his folks "

also taught women what to do with some of the time they A local soda jerker announced this were genuinely worried. Somethln'
WANTS LOBBYISTS LABELED reek that four people parked In had to be done and done at once.
t buttons their husband's shirts.
14. 'should spend sewing on /1Jf
ront of a corner drug store and Dr. Hoover was stilt applyln the rl
o Assemblyman Kaiser of.the Wls- all ordered banana splits salve and soothln' syrup.

::5 Scientists tell that the underweight person apparentlyhas onain Legislature wants to label Then they called in Dr. Roose-
; the lobbyists that frequent the Unfortunately this temporary velt and told him they didn't care
better chance to live longer than the so-called normal fJ II'
a I Badger State capital. He would rlae in banana split stock had toe what he did but for the love of t = ;
i weight type: Yes, many motorists have noticed that the 'sake each wear a badge or other di.couraged..the: order could Mike to do some thin'. So Roosevelt -

''t skinny person offers a much more difficult target than his leans of identification.A not be filled. Drug stores years pulled off his coat, rolled up
brother. good idea, Solon Kaiser.! ago stopped keeping bananas, and his sleeves and went to it.
Sri j wider Only why not make a costume lost of them have even sold those The old man was In a coma, but
,
y o ffalr of it T dd-shaped dishes that were used the Dr. snapped him out of it with
F A New Jersey minister says: "I predict that within a Let the utility lobbyists come to hold the luxurious and gummy a jolt and began slammin' him on
dressed like the goddess Electra, oacoctlon. the back until he started coughin'
land lowest
i few everyone from the highest in the to the ,
i years the banking lobbyists coma. Mr. up gold. Then he handed him a
will be spending their vacations in one of our nude camps, of
r ; The same drug store reports that large bottle "confidence" and c-,
',; ; wearing the only garment in which God sent them into the fe. people these days even splurge told him to take It. ?:::. ,

1 world." And all the time we've been hoping that the depression were stolen, and the small loans to the extent of buying a chocolate Weak and wobbly with his "
bbylsts> could excell in shiny sundae. Moat of them simply nerves all shot Uncle Sam sits up, :\'.
'F 1; would be over by then IV I shark suits. Then there wouldn'ts rder their ice cream straight. rubs his eyes and says "Walt a. ;/ ,

7, o any dangers of legislators mls- 'erhaps' we are becoming a. hardier minute Doc, not so rough." But ...- L
I A story is making the' rounds about the editor who at- eking lobbyists for other who race. or perhape we just haven't Roosevelt wasn't takin' any back tf!>; .
work for a living.-Ex.o got the extra nicklet "*" talk from, his patient. He wrote ; t, ,..:. .
tributed his ability to retire with $100,000 after thirty years + out a prescription: or two and sent

( ; : in the newspaper game to honesty of' purpose, hard work, South Carolina doe not allow In 1498 Letpslc firearms bad 'em to the,Congress drug store. v

} 1 pursuing a program of rigid economy, and the recentdeathof divorce for any cause.Lak.liicbigan :ralgbt-grooved-.bore.V "Listen," he says, "you've been .

1, an uncle who left him $99,500. What we want to know S Ii babied long enough. You're gonna
lies entirely withIn The boundaries of the native get up out of that bed.and start
./ SI 'l, Is who left him the other ?500? i the United States. I MU in Arabia an undefined eatln' again. Then you must go .

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