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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 1, 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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I YERS MASS MEETING TO BE HELD I il't;'{{' IGriras







Predicts Assessor SaysIntangible To As Half-Holidays Begin All Stores Staying Arc Agree Open Over: CommissionersRaise 'I On Federal August Tax JVill Light.-Appear Hills--: Officials';-Request IJ.: ,:'




8 Month Term Tax Starke merchants-Thursday aft Millage!! ; For The-Last Time Large Attendance \\i! ,I

ernoon enjoyed their last haif-holi City Clerk Carl Johns announced ;j4 s ;
day for the of this week i-;j
Must Be Paid summer 1933. When that the Federal tax on

As School the NRA blanket code first came Change Budget light bills was not removed until At Court House .

Opens up for consideration It was decided September 1, therefore the three ri; <

Urge All Who to continue the half-holidays untl per cent will be placed on August
Have Such Prop the first ,
of the bills he said. There
year. l'rls plan has been
Biggest Slice a "
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Come
erty To Make Out was later abandoned. .jwever, And Forfeiture From Fine misunderstanding. Johns said, Procedure For Delinquent Under : : 'I.

I superintendent Does Not Dlscolse I Ritz Will Be Host Returns when It was found that surrounding Other Cut Fund- on the part of some, who thought The Futch lAw Will Be r < ;

Figure On Which Estimate towns were doing Away with that the tax was removed last Discussed I I
Is Baeed At Free Sunday Show The time for closingintangible Thursday closing. month. r." .1
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D.tax books Is drawing near and N. Bradford County's tax levy, for A mass meeting of Bradford ; \ ,.

I VERY CONFIDENT In appreciation of the support Wainwright tax assessor, has 1933 was boosted 3% mills by' the I County taxpayers will be held at ('; .' '
FEELS Issued (
given movies in, the the campaign for Sunday owners an to appeal make the to such property Local NRA Drive County Commissioners at a called' Hogs To Be Taken the court house Monday afternoon '", 't; :s! '. I Il '\

Ritz Theatre Invites proper returns meeting held Monday. The 1833 at 2:30: o'clock In answer to an \II'j){ .
EJI'I'f'ITo Be Hu Monday the public to be their guests at the immediately. levy was 39'4! mills, while gent
a total request by county officials) ; ; \
:\lornJnl'-H. V. Knight first Sunday show, September 3. A has Mr.been Wainwright doubt said that there Will Begin Soon of 43 VI will be asked In 1933. From Fall Market who are anxious that provisions of : J',' !;!, .
new and popular on the part of '
To Speak picture "Man of some Although millage for the county the Futch law be made clear to ,4' 'i '
'
people to \ j'
as what
the the '
I Forest. will be featured. A intangible general fund was cut one-fourth citlsens here f f, t ,,
tax a ,
matinee will be held at 3:30 and consists of. Three classes of raise Plans ; J ':
: was made for ,the \
on the eve of opening school. I the night show begins at 9:13: : p.m. property come under this tax, he I' House To House Campaign Will request of the school necessary board by for the To BM Handled' Through Jacksonvilla made at a special meeting gatheringwere Mondayfor y,1 ::1 ''f !''Ij'. ,:
superintendent said. a ;U
Criffia All stocks :
I'-.J. this : or shares of Likely Begin Here 8C'kElr.-"llIdt Come f
incorporated Next ,
levy of ten milts for school ntir. ot the BUsllleBJI Man'. M..h. .n..... L" .
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neck announced nia L&LULUeking 01 companies all .VHkI From Farmers -
; bonds
I poses, representing an Increase of'our the purpose of consulting with1--1 '
every effort to see that Worm Pest Thick except bonds of municipalities and I i
mills over last large taxpayers of the
year's six mills county to
Bradford County schools operatehe counties of the State of Florida, With the arrival this'week of levy. The The government's emergency hog find out what
Intended
full eight-month term, and said and bonds of the United States NRA, stickers, pins,, and pledgecards the board request was made by program for taking about five mil. under the they to do

She believed this goal possible.The Near State Farm government, carry a tax of two per Bradford:County's house to the State Board upon recommendation of Public of lion spring pigs and piggy sows off bill. Several provisions delinquents of the Futch ,I r a ;

superintendent did not dispose cent. All notes, bonds and other house campaign will likely begin Inatruclon. the market Is already underway and announced their Intention spoke'

the grounds for his state- obligations for the payment of early next week, N. Sternberg, over the country.Florida of 4
paying 1932 taxes
lent and would not reveal on money which are secured by mortgage chairman, said Thursday morning.\ The 1933 millage Is to be distributed I hogs will be handled courts had as soon as the

Uat basis he made his prediction, Many Cattle Being Attacked In deed of trust, or leases or It was originally understood that as follows: through Jacksonville packers, they would determined ,whether a G
be '
Lwever, he said that if It were Northwestern Part Of liens upon real or personal estates the NRA material would arrive in Agricultural fund, 1 mill. where government Inspection Is the lowest allowed to t ,.
pay
tithin his power the long term County situated in Florida, are taxed two time for the campaign to begin County general fund, 5U mills available, or they may be shipped or would have to assessed valuation '

'ould be had. per cent. All other Intangible Monday of this-week butt, did not Fine and forfeiture fund 3 mills. to out-of-state markets, the Agricultural assessed In 1932. pay the amount 4 t' { f

The Bradford County High County Farm Agent I.. T. Dyer property not Included in these two pat la 4s appearance any the,worK Widow's pension fund, one-half Extension Service at So great was the + ;
School its this week reported extensive screw classes Is taxed had Gainesville has enthusiasm
opens thirty-ninth term one-tenth of one be-postponed. mill.Road been informed. The raised at the
Business .
llonday morning with the largest worm infestation in the northwestern mill No one has been -appointed yet and bridge fund 6 mills. price the government will pay for that Men's luncheon {
It '
(i nlor class in its history. Approx- part of Bradford County. It Is Intangible personal property Is to carry on the work, Mr. Stern- Interest and sulking fund, 18 hogs delivered in Chicago Is as follows meeting was decided to hold amass I,

i tely sixty pupils are expected understood that cattle at the State defined as all personal property berg said, but it Is planned to have mills. : Pigs weighing from twentyfive small Monday In order that I ;

enter the twelfth grade this Prison Farm have been attackedand which is not In itself intrinsically some local organization to take General school fund, 10 mills. to thirty pounds will bring mleh/hur.nsanha.taxpayers all over hv the county 'd 1W ? j El

(car, Mr. Crlffls said, and it woulda are being promptly treated. No valuable, but which derives its over the job.Starke. _Cut Estimated Budget nine and nnA-hAlf cents nor nminrl Dig nnm n/h etl ,

a calamity should they be handi- deaths from the new pest have yet chlet VAlllArnm that which-- If **An_ In order to balance the and for each five pound-JU-P-I;;; Intended taxpayers and learn what they iH
budgetor to do in order
lapped by having only a sixmonthrm. been nfflnlnlfv rannrtarMr. resents, the tax assessor said --r 1933, the commlslsoners found, weight they will bring twenty-fly from the recent to benefit 1 1, 1.
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Dyer again issued a warn Mr. Wainwright pointed out that Wins Game It necessary to cut the estimated.T cents per hundred pounds less C. A. Knight legislation.tax ( i' u pr''

I There are indications that the I ing that immediate preventive unless the returns are made, he budget by $3,207. The largest slice down to the minimum of six cents A. J. Thomas clerk of collector the and i k
thool enrollment this treatment should be given stock or will have to furnish per pound for circuit ,j
year will be state authori came from the fine and pigs weighing nine. court

r than last Mr. Grtffls said, other farm animals which develop ties with lists of names of persons From (Green; Cove und which was decreased forfeiture$2,437.' ty-five to 100 pounds. Sows that county, urge to be every present taxpayer at the In meet the + F, { 4 '

i with a faculty cut from twen sore, or bruised places. Cuts or who are subject to the intangible The following cuts were made: weigh over 275 pounds and will far ing Monday as ; y
they believe
\three teachers to twenty teach: like such injuries attract the screw- tax law In the county who have not' ,--- --- _._ Sheriffs and deputy's cost bllla: row in three weeks will bring the talks heard at that time will be the of '
i It will necessarily mean larges maggots and they feed upon made returns.He from $3,000 to $2,100 dally market price for packer

i and more subjects for each the-wounds, causing serious damage recently received a letter First Victory Of S
her.Opening. and sometimes death. from J. M. Lee State Comptroller, Bs Flayed esi Home to $790; sheriffs fees on fines collect. dockage. Prices in Jacksonville will people who have been many

( exercises for B.H.S. will f "Fresh injuries should be treated presenting a questionnaire arrang D-..... ed, from $300 to $300; feeding be one cent a pound. less to equalize the Futch bill rulings. 'puzzled by '
pris '
t held Monday morning at 9:00: immediately with a pine-tar oil ed by Governor Dave SholU and obese, from $ICoo to $1,200 freight rates.. Speakers { ,tJ 1
took mixture before files have laid the Stoukwoa i lie ffcnt baseball ; re on the program will be> i f fl
Rev.
J. J. Johnson of thptlet the Comptroller, requesting such served for contingencies, from $GOO I Only pigs' that are in goood L. F. Chapman
,
Church 'Will be In charge screw worm eggs," Mr. Dyer said. ames and seeking a definite statement game of the current season Thurs to $213; Incidentals, from $500 to, health, that show normal growth Florida State superintendent of'th 1

| the devotional, and Col. H. V. "If the wounds are large or slow concerning the total Intangi day afternoon of lIMIt week when It $50; clerk's costs<< $50, eliminated and no body deformities at time of Judge A. Z. Adkins Prison Farm:
to heal defeated ; Senator R. L "
ght will deliver a short ad.SI. additional applications of ble assessment of the county for the Green Clove iprl age court stenographer at $100, eliminated. delivery will be accepted. Pigs of Black of Gainesville I
the and Col.
taroil'mixture atee D. E.
A musical program has been should be ap 1933. by arose ot 8-5. The game Inferior quality, usually mast fed, Knight.
aged plied every two to three Mr. was played on the local diamond.It i i -
by Mrs. A. E. Wait days. Wainwrlght plee e Bnusford I The general commonly referred to as "range

|Also at this time football letter "Infested animals should be County's assessment In the neigh ... a battle between pitches the largest fund was out $603; pigs;.. "razorbacks" or "South t ., ;

d ninth grade diplomas, which treated Immediately with benzol or borhood of 80000. until Steu-ke! knocked Grsan Coves red1IctJOIB of portion of .which was eras; will be bought at heavy dis.

ved too late for graduation ex.tses chloroform (benzol Is cheaper) pitcher,from the box In the sixth. collector commissions of tax count under the prices mentioned Relief ISToGoOnWithout
and tax
will be presented. which kill the worms and then a Inning, scoringour.. of their six assessor from above. The Bureau of Animal Industry
$2,000
to
$1.800
ter: the mixture of commercial r_. ,
will
exercises the remaln- pine-tar make all
New The necessary Inspections -
rof the cottonseed oil should be Members The Green Cove team scored its agricultural fund was cut
day will be spent in applied to at processing'
regatlon $40, and the widow's plants and State'AidFlorida
and In making lesson as. benzol repel the I1le The commercial .......... the five runs in the early innings of was cut $17. pension fund public stock yards of sows and pigs
mente. There is satisfactory. Any free game. purchased under
will be no this
itlon of pupils before the open-reg. blood should be taken up with absorbent In DrY Forces The lineup for Starke WSAI-Red ..,i Special LevysIn program. emergency -

t day of school. cotton before benzol is ap grave, p.: A. Man......,'C.Io/''McfJ'- 'order to meet Interest pay The hogs must come from farm- Will Not Have To Match- .

k teachers' meeting was held at plied." -. --.. Ian. lb.; G. Manasea, SB.; J. Kick- manta and to provide a sinking ers and will be paid for by the receiver Federal Funds, Uncle Sam %l ,

|00 o'clock Friday morning, at Dead animals should be burned Prohlbltlonlste Hold liter, 2b.; B. Klckllter, $b-' Smith, I fund for the ultimate redemption In Jacksonville who will In Says'; ,,. ,
At
ch time schedules for the comI or buried deep, the county agent Court Howe Monday Meeting cf.; Williams, rf.; Wall. if. 4 It the ..ubcb---oJ-- dl.trl.---..... h..__.... _u._' return be reimbursed by the cov.ernment. -. -
year sold. ----- j the county, the TALLAHASSEE Aug 31. (FN3)' ,
were adopted. commissioners levI Secretary Wallace ,
----- _. Night 1.11 Corn led has Harry L. Hopkins, Federal Emergency 1
Club Members I a tax of six mills on all prop.erty. announced that the campaign will 1 I

State Has Received Thirty-six additional members, To Compete For Prizes both real and personal, f in last until October 1 and that the I Relief Administrator, announced '
at the
ate Requests )I District No. 2, prices conclusion of bin
were added to the roll of the Brad Hampton; five mills, will not be changed. As I conference
$6,233,511 here
In Relief In District with Governor
ford No 3, Starke; eleven soon as final details
County branch of the Of are worked I
United Interest Sholtz
and
to Bradford
I Marcus
many mills In District No. 6, out for Florida, Fagg state r jllef -, h1 ,
Prohibition
Florida thus Forces at a meeting County boys are the terms of Lawtey; county agents will 1 director, that the ;
far a .
has received fifteen mills in be advised Federal government ',
City Protects, held Monday night at the national District No. 18,, and they will then be a
$6,233,544 from the Federal relief house. court contest for 4-H Corn Club Brooker. In position to tell farmers will continue Its relief al '1i d

I administration for unemployment The members approved by the state The following millage. based steps to take.Raiford the exact lotments to Florida without regal.'i : rt (.
belief work In this state since last new members are: I* C. club agent and announced by the estimates of the on ing the state to match such fund a ,
< Municipal Prescott, Mrs. U C. Prescott various trustees, :
Building In Stark September, according to figures released L. Rev. national committee on boys and was levied in the special during the coming months t ;
G.
,
II Hemingway, Mrs. L. O. Hem girls club work of sub-school School Class This
| decision
Nothing More Than at Tallahassee this week. Chicago, 4-H districts: No. 1. five mills ends speculation e
Rumor The figure was made public by ingway Truby Pinholster, J. R. Corn Club members of the state five mills; No. 8, ten mills; No.2. Joins NRA VolunteersThe throughout the state as to probable* 4 t ;
Hough, F. O. Peterson Mrs. ; No.4, .
F. O. have a chance to win courses the
the relief some ten -- state i
headquarters very mills F
at government
Talla No.
; 6, ten .
mills
Peterson Dr. W. ; No. 7 ,
B. ,
Treadway of the State hassee. Harry L. Hopkins, national Pitts Parks, J. H. valuable prizes. ten mills; No.8, ten mills No. eighth grade class of the might be forced to resort to, In order i
Mrs. ; 10,
dry uncll on Public Works relief administrator, announced Wesley Andrew. Earl The prizes consist of a gold filled ten mills: No. 11. ten mills Raiford Elementary School has to meet Federal requirements r
No.
reek out after Edwards, Mrs. Earl Edwards, John medal of honor for county three ; 12, completed Its class organization for securing Federal relief funds. c'
Tnt a call for con- a week-end conference with H. mill.; No. IS, ten mills by s ; F
'tilts! W Powell,'Mrs. J. H. Pitts, Miss champions: who then ,to. ; No. joining the U. S. The Governor
prepare quickly recom"Mlons Governor Sholtz, that Florida are compete 16, ten mills; No. 17, ten Army of NRA frankly told Ad- t
for needed public would not be required to match IJtta Tison, Mrs.,John U low, J. F., this fall for the state championship 18, eighteen mills.Purchase. mill.; No. volunteers.The ministrator Hopkins that Florida. 'I ; 1.

construction to relieve unyment Federal relief funds. Klckllter Miss Olive Ray Miss in corn growing and for a class claims the honor of be as a state, could not match the

> In Florida. Florida received $1,194,000, for Amelia Ray A. Wood Mrs. A. trip to the twelfth National Club Thread ing the first class in the United monthly relief allotments from thej. '
|iulry at Wood Mrs. Elizabeth Johns, Mrs. Congress to be held in Mrs. N. D. Wainwrlght States to Federal
several sources here relief work in August and will ask connection chairman go on record. unanimously government now exceeding % '
T Led<1 the fact that there Is some $1,250,000 for September. The scale L. A. Reynolds L. F. Smith, Mrs with the International Live Stock of the Bradford County chapter of adopting the Motto, NRA. $1,000.000 a month. It was pointed .
or having L. F. Smith. Mrs. H. A. Bishop, Exposition In American Red Cross An invitation .out that M
| new or remodeled of relief work recently was ordered Chicago. From the appeared before will be extended to some cities and counties
P hell for Starke Included In the raised from $6.50 to $10 a month In Mrs.Mrs.'W. 1". Jones, W. D Malphurs, state champions are to be chosen the board and requested that R. A. Green; Congressman from In the state are contributing ap + 11

MSi but far this project La Florida by the Federal administration. Jane Malphurs, R. L. Goodman three national winner. to receive an amount of money be appropri the Second District of Florida, who proximately $100,000 a month for

.. ,".and. no one who men Mrs. R. L. Goodman, Mrs. W. agricultural college scholarships of ated to purchase thread for the formerly was principal of the Rai relief purposes in an earnest en

.. -WJSl1ed- 10 be J. Epperson, Rev. J. T. Barns, H. L. e1nn. '200 and Sinn to be .Dre.tAd sewing room project of the County ford. flotltfirtl. to deliver tfi.. _MMM-MA.-_ deavor to do what they sons t
quoted as ------- ---- -- V'
city for the rumor. LARSONS 'VISIT TITUSVILJUE: Brownlee. R. F. Clark.J. with the other prizes by the Nelson Emergency Relief Committee.. The ment address at the close of the I ale assurance sewn the uover- -
i e council, F. Bunch of Jacksonville addressed Knitting Company of Rockford commissioners donated $10.00 school. nor and Director
with headquarters pay Fagg, that cities)
In I Mr. and Mrs. C. Wesley Larson, 't t
Me win consider of the meeting, giving an Instructive HI., which is sponsoring the contest able with the regular bills on Sep t .1- .. and counties would do all they possibly ,
commu- Keystone
or private applications Heights are visiting talk on the coming repeal I to aid the 4-H Club movement. tember 4. MARRIAGE LICENSES could to assume their share

II Sad forward fort here after spending the summer in campaign and election. There will also be awarded two t The following marriage licenses of the financial burden was tac-

the national recommenda- Pennsylvania with relatives. They J. T. Quigley. president of the, special national prizes,, each a $113 TIME TO FILE: FORM ONCOTJ'ON have been Issued by County Judge tor contributing' to the decision of I''
bfWn.'Treadway board ID are stopping at the home of Mrs.Laraon' local branch, E. K.: the 1
announced the appointment solid gold 21-jewel watch. One is GOODS EXTENDED Perryman: Federal administration to con-
,
has parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. of L. A. Davis as chair to be awarded to the club member J. G. Loyd and Thelma Young. tinue the Federal grants, said
Hop
said '
that the W. Donaldson, Palm Street who
on ,
main of
14 program of the'proJTIUD committee who produces the largest yield of The collector of Internal Lloyd Dyal and Theo Kelly. kins.He '
revenue
recom- are still in. Pennsylvania. Mr. Larson
projects should A committee appointed by the corn on an acre, and the. other.to for the District of Florida Is In E. N. Anderson and Klszle Parmenter. also explained that the date
taclude receipt .
who Is brother of the Internal
those a new
president at the last ,
meeting to select the who through its r
which can be start ed one produces his yield atthe of Information from the Commissioner highway department la ,
revenue collector of Florida,
days some woman to be at the head lowest Carl C. King and providing
after cost per busheL State of Internal Nancy Mae several major
Revenue projects .l
approvaL to
be They holds a position in the high schoolat j,
of the .
woman's
division, Stanley. which
accepted!: from reportedas and county extension agents are to the effect that taxpayers that are considered by the Federal
were }
Of a stand- Starke while Mrs. Larson
,
follows: Mrs G. H. p
Public Lowry,, supervise the contest and;name the' required to file P..T. relief administration I
necessity Form 32 on as paral. d '
social deunemploy or 1 ?
@y teaches at Keystone The it
Heights.
chairman Mrs. ROOMS
ill : A Wood, vice- winners. before August 31, 1933 BEING ADDED lei to relief undertakings.
relieVing can .
lad eng-In"rtng Starke school will open Septem chalman; Mrs. R. A. Thomas, sec i file a tentative return now Carpenters are at work this The Federal administrator also J
safety. berTltuavllle Star-Advocate. paying one- week Q ,, ,
iL. applications retary-treasurer. KIDS ENJOY SHOW.. fourth of the estimated tax on the Starke Hotel. Plans took Into consideration the collapse
0.000.000 totalling -S After the business meeting Mrs. A theatre brimming over with before on or Include remodeling and modernis of the Florida real t ,
August 31, estate
have 1933 and a true : boom. ,
been FOUR MORE SIGN CODE ,
lV. Trtadwayi&Jd. rec- L. G. Powell gave a reading entitled Children enjoyed the free motion 'or complete return must be filed InC a number of rooms at the rear. hurricanes, Mediterranean fruit ,

1tI1111ot be announced/ but Four Roosevelt's additional. signers of President code "ForwsroV. .Not Backward. picture show given by the J. 4fe R-- or before September: 29. 1933. on also adding'two- new rooms to the and other conditions which brought.fly, .
0" ;
are approved la WubingOCTI except- wore posteA; on the'NRAblsnket post; office bulletin America. i _i. r l Ritz Store tTheatre.The last Saturday morning: at the r' The provision will allow the building. fbput Dnasac'}L dUfltulUes! 'in Fjor-, ''d I Io14
vera.. y
teatur."waa
boar hia week. They were: The Declaration i wholesale taxpayers: additional ,I tter Jlear.-rrI.lr' !" [ ,tp1p, ta,
; : Independencewas Douglas Phonograph ..t-
.. -- Fairbanks; U '.".RobIDood. time In which to secure music amplified by atteii.. :
TO CbrpenlngVDrug Store. A. H. Hall, .. written with- a quU1S .. .''' and favors and prises were relative to tie any Informatloo loud) speaker, replaced the regular .1 -!
MIETtlcoo.ta cotton -
J and Shell Petroleum cen- band -
: C.'Mnnujg
when the
given Danish
P III.Per Kr. Card'. Corporation. The total number of Sheep and goats graze at Gas away as. souvenirs.. i tent of semi of the:commodlU.. went on a cross-country march.soldiers The Barb, pigeon, beloved by '' .
which Shakespeare
r. Don't : Important signers for Stark. now sUnds at AnUp. where toe Crusadar. awl ... No. njtUa.. wersj. tuttd hy Byrct. are handled and which cannot and Miry Queen of ,'
its !It. In ,be.determined prioe ....._ Scots originated In northern
tttty.thrM.f&J.. Saracens toAugust: T....u. Afrts 44 '
toup&.1 building
the
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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER:

BBADFOBD COUNTY TCUEOKATn, STAKKE. FLORIDA _ __ __ ___ __ ___ ___ t, 933-
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Community Happenings Us by Tues. Noon
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------- Varnes and children and Mr and home after visiting relatlves
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Inez Green of Starke were visitingR. Thrower and Olustee.
Woodrow
Mrs.
? .TT dren, Mrs. J. I. Johns and daughter ] T. Osteen here Monday. TIIERESSA daughter, all of Jacksonville, were J. F. Hall was a business

Y Miss Esale Sapp. Earnest I ZIFFMI. Tom Dukes of Five Mile was vis- I visiting at the home of J. J. Zeig- to Starke Saturday. Visitor
LAWTEYO. ters and W. N. Johns and Rev. and ItIng his sister, Mrs. J. J. Morgan, ..,.. Rhod 7rlrlcr. C...
Mrs C C. Butler. .. I..!. M.. L...l.. Cor.Neal er Thursday. George Hill and son, Leo spent
O. J. rhllllp, Cor.Mr and Monday. I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Brown the week-end at their home here
Crews
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. John Crews of Lake Butler was
9 Mr. and :Mrs. Frank Merritt and Litchfield attending to business here Monday. Funeral services for Mrs. Margaret and Miss Kathryn Weest of Hampton Miss Ida Hagan, who ha been
D.
and Mrs.J. Norton of Palatka were held were visiting Mr. and Mrs. almost crippled, is
Kiitertaln Howard Thomas and Mr. Alph Hazen and H. P. Gainey recovering,,
yj' *. Itol..rt Neal Litchfield, two-year. Church Friday, Moore Sunday afternoon. .
9 1.. Johns and Harry: Sapp were Little were transacting business in from Hope Baptist W.
Mrs: G. W. Roberts delightfully transacting[ business in Lake Butler old! son of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Litch Starke Monday. August 18 at 3:00: o'clock.loIn.. Mrs. E. S. Sibley and daughter, From a frontier mining towa

J'iU :entertained at her home Saturday Saturday field, died Wednesday night in aJacksonville Norton was 87 years old, being one' Ruth, of Staike were visiting Mr. Johannesburg has grown t t. great
I '' with a luncheon honoring hospital after being ill I settlers of this Youngblood last center of business.LOOK .
the A.
+ afternoon R. S. Johns of of pioneer and Mrs. C.
who Is to Mr. and Mrs. it.'h''pt.;; ;;; months hv five
Mrs. J. T. Moore visiting his I several I / fiuntir, 'Rho""u"' .la.. survived uy week.

1, leave soon for Plant City to make Lako father Butler Mack Johns were here Sunday He Is survived by his parents, UAMPTON daughters and one son and several Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cox of Miami Renew Your Health}

.i her home. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Litchfield, and grandchildren, one sister and two Miss Ida. Hagan Sat
,' ; The home was beautifully deco- afternoon. four brothers, Leland, Hollis Orvll .&::1.. Ada Klmmo Cor. brothers. were visiting ByAny ji).*", ;l;". "..,(
; ,, were \n
and fern. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Johns urday. .Ii. eL .n. ; '
,'. rated with cut flowers Butler Sunday aft- and Gerald. Miss Daisy Moore of Clearwater Rev. S. H. Dodd delivered an Interesting .
Lake
served in ,
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luncheon visiting phyiiclan
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After a delicious held from week-end at the home of ChrlstIa.nChurch .it
Funeral services were J. P. Sullivan Is visiting in spent the sermon at the
Mrs.
"r-rfect furlfic. .
bunco was! played 'i noon Mten i
; y at 1.00; o'clock, received a Hassle Rhoden the home with Rev. B. F. Stevens Theressa this week. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D., W. Sunday night. is Nature's t
Mrs R. R. Thede M. F. Wiggins Interment was in old and Mrs., Moore. and small son "
d/1/ of costume jewelryfor Gatlin were transacting conducting. R. L. Blrt and family Mrs. Clyde Hersey Perfect }{Qr.lth. 1
beautiful piece Mrs. R. P. Jones received :and Elbert In Starke Saturday. Bradford cemetery Thursday after- W. P. Blrt and family. all from Misses Alberta and Marie Hin- have returned home after visiting yourself of r'rn.la!( c

high prize; handkerchiefs business noon. Alachua County, attended preach son and Miss Irlta Saxon of Hampton relatives in Olustee for the past are uuiWu..miiK yo.. r
' a box of linen Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Butler and ing at the Baptist Church last Sun were visiting Misses Elizabeth week. rurlfy your entire B\ "I

,:t. as necond high, and a consolation was family have returned to their home Locala day. s Phillips and Ethel. Packham Sun- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hall announce ing a thorough coup', .01 i '
"prIze of linen handkerchiefs after several days' visit with relatives ol of born -o1\"O or twice a w..
% guestof held at Rock MI, and Mrs. Bishop Surrency day. the arrival a son,
t Mrs. E. B. Wells. The and friends In Georgia.J. Services were Wf'oks-lInd sue 1m re{,
given received a beautiful vase. visiting in Lake Church Saturday and Sunday by Hawthorne were visiting Mrs Mr: and Mrs. Cecil R. Moore and last week.L. ward< yon with limit)
f honor enjoying this affair with C. Wynn was Rev. Lloyd Johns. Surrency's mother, Mrs. Mattie son, Charles, of Gainesville were I. Youngblood was a business Culotabu purify tile 1 ', !r.UT'lItlt1g .
; Tnose Butler Saturday. and Mr. and Mrs. W. R and Mrs. visitor to Starke Saturday. the liver kUln
Mrs. R. R. part Ward visiting his parents Mr. v ?ra
were: relativesIn Rhoda Thomas spent
ap Mrs: Moore M. J. Sapp was visiting Miss last Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Alford and and bowola. la 10 cts. and <
W. Sunday.The |
Mrs. her Pringle D. W. Moore, Sunday. eta
P. Jones, Graham with
R. week.E. week at
kf Thede, Mrs. last of this
Mulberry Blue Bus depot, formerly In Mrs. B. L. children have returned to their packages. All dealersddv,1( )
5 H. Edwards, Jr., Mrs. Lee Cotton, A. Sapp has returned to the sister, Mrs F. W. Reynolds and Mrs. O. A. Thrower,
Store, has been -
B. the Hampton Drug
E.
Mrs. -- -
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Mrs, Lois Galloway. hospital In Lake City after spend other relatives and friends.
l y' Wells, Mrs. D. L. Blackburn, Mrs ing a few days at home with his Purvis Lewis of Jacksonville\ removed to Mays filling station of-on IAI
the post 1
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Per- Main Street opposite E
I i W Q. A. Anderson, Mrs. Ruby family. We all wish him a speedy spent Sunday here with his parents .
Mrs.
:vi e +* Jdns. Mrs. J. W. Andrews C., Jr.Brown, recovery.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. fice.C.. El. Harper of Ocala was look-
Mrs. H. the
Green are
Jeff
M. Snyder Mrs.
9' H. and Brooker
? Mrs. Howard Mott of real estate here! last
Reid, after his
John Ing
W. L. Beacon Mrs. of twin babies which
'li'li.i Mrs.: proud parents here with her father,
spent Sunday '
..i, .. .'Miss Emily Kinnard.- arrived- Sunday. Rev. J. H. Kelly. Friday.Mrs. Clifford Rhames and daughter I 1 1 i

Farewell Party Wesley Dyal and sons, Vernon Miss Alta, returned to their
and T W. Dyal spent this week after a pleas-
Thede and Mrs. M.: R. and Fred, ) home here
R.
S 4s, Mrs. R. Sunday at the home of T. D Dyal. ant visit with friends and relativesIn .

:r' ,'; Plummer at a entertained farewell party the in young honor r RISING Mrs. Clyde Kelly and son, Rus- Palatka. By Special Arrangements with the Leading Magazines: of the

''f.' people of Misses Pearl and Thelma Met Mr. H. M. Mcn., C.r. sell, spent this week at Lacrosse Prof. H. B. Wiggins, principal of Country We Bring You the Biggest Bargain of All Time .

Eachern at Thede's! landing on I with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. the Brooker school spent last Subscriptions To 3 Famous Magazines with A New or Renewal
with his family here.
Henry Sowell. and while there attended Sunday
; Klngsley Lake.and. swimming were Quite a number of people of this the union meeting. Mrs. G. W. Shaw and daughter Order for This Newspaper.
Many games the revival meet- Bettle Jean, of Miami and Mrs. A. .
"f enjoyed after the hostesses had section attended Mr. and Mrs. Dave Shaw and ALL 4 ON LY"
Fri- and Alvin, of Or-
Lake Church W. Easton son,
'; served a delicious supper. Ing at Kingsley children, Mr. and Mrs. Carter and lando are the guests of Mrs. T. J. MAKE UP YOUR OWN CLUC!
Those attending were: Misses day night. daughters all of Lacrosse; Mr. and
.: Louise and Rea Thede, Lucille Mr. and Mrs W. R. Halslop had I Mrs. Lloyd Padgett and daughter Durden this week.The de- CHOOSE ]
and truck farmers here are
Mr.
; Plummer, Ruth Rowe, Eunice as dinner guests Sunday, Edith Jewell, spent Sunday with .
; Whitehead, Beatrice Miner, Doris Mrs. Felix Sapp of Hellbronn; Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Mann. lighted with the refreshing showers 1 Magazine From Group "A" ; $

)1 Dolly Dinkins, Mildred Edith Connor and little sun, Miss Rhoda Thomas has returnedto they are receiving.
) Burney. Ella of Waldo was a 2 rv, :sazlnes,! From Croup; "C" __ __ __
y Dl&klus. Ada Marie Mayo, and Charles Edward, and Miss Jacksonville after spending several J. J. Pringle .( ______________
Richard Thede, I.. H. Hill Jr., W. Mae Sapp of Vanderbilt, and Fate weeks here with her parents business visitor here this week. AndY J

S H. Jones William Woolen. Howard Brown of Pine Level. Mr, and Mrs. J. B. Thomas. Miss Elaln Wynn has recently ." .r."''''' ".!"" ? rl UU Yliar) f WHY PAYMORE
home here after a ...
Billy and Mr. apd Mrs. W. II. Andrews and returned to her I.
Miner, Bill Wainwright, ?
+ visiting and relatives in '
friends
; Jim Edwards, Hubbard and Dan children of Starke were visit with
Cheatham Peele, Bryan Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hersey Sunday. Miami.
{ Harley Dye anMr., and Mrs. R. F. HowelL Mrs Andrew Oliver and children, 11ROOKERMl Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Hall of Waldo C0tts0at'' SCPI Y Your Choice of Any Two
vi I Bobble and Betty, of Jacksonvillewere I visited Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hall last Your Choice of Any One

: r visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rufus *. V.r. Gainer. Cor. Sunday. Magazine: In This Group Mc Magazines in This Group
GROUP B
.i J'. B. Rowe and family wish to Crosby Sunday. L CROUP A wD
Mr. and Mrs T. D. Rlckenbacker D Better Home tJ
to express their sincere appreciation of Starke were visitors in this section Miss Vera Gainey has returnedto M shown Miss
for the kindness her home here after spendingtwo EVERGREEN I Q Woman's Home CofDp__!Yr. O Woman'.V/orld 1
Rosa Mae Rowe during her recent Monday. D Pictorial Rcvi_____1 Yr. I 0 Household Magazine 1 pr
New
J r Clover and! chil- weeks with relatives in C.r.
Elbert F. ,A. Roller
+ Ulluess. Mrs .Mr. r nt C nrr 0 Needlecraft . 1 Jf
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Plant ,
M. and City.
at the H. Inverness
dren were visitors berry 0 Good StorietQ 1 yr
McRae home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L. At Futch of D Hollywood Memo Mij-lYr. r Country Home 2 ynC
Personals' Fred Halslop made a business Hampton were visiting her parents, Mr.and Mrs. Marlon Carter ana D Open Road (80)1)1 Yr I IPstbflndtr 0 Successful Farming 1 yrp

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cox of Miami trip to Jacksonville Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs.. P. A. Crosby, here daughter, Louie Belle. were visiting Wkly.) "I Yr | A6 5 % $ 0 Progressive!Farmer :2yn

; visited relatives here Saturday and Miss Vesta McRae celebrated her Sunday.L. Mr. and Mrs. Schellle Rosier Sun- Ani Yeyr Oofrf oftoy 7 tAfaonTifYf 'e l 0 Southern AgriculturfitAnd 1 Jf
Sunday. birthday anniversary K. Crosby and E. Af Gainey day afternoon.Mrs. l Your Choict of Any Onttiatain
thirteenth the t j Crovf, g, A
Reddish spent in Group
Gllchrlst and in Avon Mary
f T. S. business
:Mr. and Mrs. Friday evening, August 25, by inviting were transacting .
S Ga. visited week-end here the guest of her THREE IN ALL ( THREE IN ALL
r0? 9 children of Brunswick, her school mates to her Park Saturday.
\ week-end. and Willie granddaughter; Mrs. Cohen Peele,
the
c relatives here over home where games were enjoyed Misses Mildred Morgan
Ala., refreshments Mae Hlnson members of the and Mrs. J. S. Rosier:
W. J. Bryan of Dothan, 'until a late hour and !
; "was a business visitor here Friday were served. Those present were school faculty here, spent the Rev. L. A. Donnelly filled his Tt1S o rr a u O ntl.nn..'
Y latter's home In regular appointments here Satur- }
and Lucile Thomas, week-end at the
t and Saturday Misses Gladys day night and Sunday enclose. t.... ... Plow send me the thr. mitibiN
Doris and Agnes Hampton.Mr.
!' : and Mrs. F, R. Carradlne Evelyn Crosby,
Mr. Crews
visited relatives In New Orleans, Thomas, Nlta Kelly: and Donald and''Mrs. R. T. Osteen were J. Q. Rosier and Starke Frank Saturday. There are no strings attached to this hedted with y* '. sobtcrlptiea to 7- nrmpaftr.Name. .
1 Robert Ward, Forest W. C. visiting their son, R. E Osteen In were visitors to
1! La. over the week-end. Kelly. William Crosby, Calvin Tampa Saturday. Mrs. Osteen will :Miss Willie Mae Reddish spent offer I Every magazine subscription -
Crosby, .
i d Those attending the funeral of Thornton, Jack Undethlll, Albert spend a while there for the purposeof the week-end here with her cousin, will be ailed exactly M represented
:J. B. Dinkins at Bushnell Thursday treatment. Louise Rosier.
medical
Carl Thomas,,, receiving
.5 were Mr. and Mrs. C. Dinkins, Mr. and: James Thomas Norman, M. J. Thomas, Russ, Miss Mary Mott spent part of Mr. and Mrs. Leaton Morgan If any of your subscription: are reItnot or R.F.D-. -
Kerby
and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins, Mr. and sell Thomas, Oreld Thomas, Mr,, !last week with her brother, Warner and children of Starke with Mr. newals the time will be properly extended

s a ; Mrs. V. R. Dinkins, Mrs. O W. and Mrs. W R. Halslop, :Mr. and I Mott. of Alachua. and Mrs. Hall from Ocala were Town and Suteu -

Roberts, Mrs. R. R. Thede, Richard Mrs. W. T. Crosby and Mrs. F. M., I Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughters visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rosier

Thede. I White. Juanita and Sarah and Mrs. Sunday afternoon. -
Dlnkins Is visiting
; Miss Dolly

1 ,, ", relatives Mrs. E.in S. Bushnell Dickerson this Is spending week. 111E'-l\IAIN'THING ON MAIN STREET" By L? F\VdnM I

some time visiting in Bunnell. I I

Enoch Grlffia and Mrs. W. AT'S CIR'STJ1 __
,.ii Mrs. 'tI+ 9itG
C. Wooten visited relatives in Bun ffctttu Huzz Lime TiP+G AN'f1c1IHGI 9 r P j' DAYN

{ v nell Wednesday. \ MAIN *Tt7tETt I Cvur SCARED PIE /_'r j + j IIOTLL

? Miss Bobby Conley, who has LEADING NCW9t'AD6BC ;> ,, gThr M II OuTTA MY SHOES .
several r4J
r been visiting here the past I C
to her home at KIND TO ANIMAL
returned
' weeks _
1 t1SORIAL PARLC1 -
Green Cove Springs Saturday. CIRCUS LIONESCAPES
+ },Ir.. H. M. Snyder and Miss Emily DRUG DlltcN K30 clefs alb cat b curs pRD abort -
C.ICUIrfQ GUM.
: MAIM yr STORi (
Klnnard were visiting In Jacksonville I

I Monday afternoon. I Iewv
C. B. Bennett was a business IStVW MAIN. SKCSTMlfcCWtD \ F7L
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1 visitor to Charleston, S. C., Mon- t m CO6ATew \

t day cxccrctcrff wTEAA ctQOt1 t'4'
{ Mrs. V. R. Reddish and Mrs. J. ) alas ON6at 3M D, I 4'I I I
Q. Godwin were shopping In Jacksonville t C.QOClOt iJ I _

Thursday.P. CRClA LIOMft' BOOKS r __
Jacksonville &tIO'JAND!\ BAN
L. Dinkins of
pent the week end here with his "'6QUIT' Tt1YR.vat( EIHALCfCAPIURCO /r >** *j ,

family. '\ DUB "OSC / sran- *
and R. A. Griffis ar
H. C. Brown KOOC: CFPOQTiOr _
f s left for a business trip to New 4HCR =W V frtOoPAPOLICC ___ ___

York City Sunday. 3 i FOBCE,

George F. Young was called to eeld' R M t>tua. ..... -... _
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Miss. Saturday on account --
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4"j' of the. P.serious Plummer Illness and of T.his T.father.M. Darby. (tD fOTHYiD; f RNIT'.w By Charles McManI 1

were business visitors to Cross City I
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'' Friday. \ 5 ll .:ipiin n.t. r
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C. C. McEachern and family I "GEE I CLARENCE MCCCRMICKUVE3IN :

;f'4 ,, 1 moved Tuesday to Sparks, Ga., I( ; ANICEPLACEIVJOMDER ; lull KNOW I [THE lRE HOME
IF' HrS HOME ROM INTRODUCED
f where Mr. McEachern will be employed -
In the naval stores business. \ N -1I M TO 41 Illll

j 1'? a Tom Beck, our local pugilist, has Moo 1 11UltJ d HI WIFE I Il

resigned his position with the Plee- II
tWIg Grocery and will devote his o

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family have returned to their home

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friends<< In South Florida.
who attended i
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4 4 ft, ,! church services at Swift Creek ..

z4 y .*;: i ..,. ,;r Sunday were Mr. .and Mrs. PledgerJobne'Mra. .r McM
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V*', SEPTEMBER 1. lOSS __ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA TIRE'' '
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:NEW GRAPEFRUIT FISH LOOKS Hl'M.VNFETINANDINA : I

TAMPA: -.With "old grapefruit" -A fish with a FLORIDA 4IiG.. bIGJi{S 6rNNf'ANrR{ N
front tho Juno crop still available peculiar face, nose and mouth re- H .... ....... R Rt
throughout the state end with the sembling a human being, was t
LIVE STATE NEWSNews first carload of 1933-31 grapefruit caught in a shrimp net by Capt. -
scheduled to move north from Lee George Gunderson, aboard the
County next week, a year round shrimp boat, Nize Baby. The fish ry/t
of Florida in Short r ,
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citrus business In Florida appearsto which measured twenty inches was
be a fact. caught off the --Fernandlna Jetties. MASSAU
Many old fishermen expressed the
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-w- .v r vR S3 YEARS ENOUGHJACKSONVILLE opinion It was a SEA : 1
1 Hubert R. the skate family. .
OFFICE IS OPENED A MARKED FISH I MacMillan, member of the Jacksonville -
I ORLANDO Ready to accept ST. PETERSBURG fish was fire department for thirty- GAS TAX, FALLS
inllcations for loans, the Orlando recently caught at Clearwater with nine years and chief since 1026, has TALLAHASSEE: collections
B-ice of the regional with the name of the town neatly printed submitted his resignation. Deputy from Florida's seven cents gasoline
luon opened last week a on its side, beneath the scales Chief William Q. Dowling will succeed tax fell under the million dollar
Jpresentatlve In charge for thest The markings were reversed, aa if him. MacMillan has been on mark last month for the first time
|- ten days. seen In a mirror. Experts could not a leave of absence since April because in three years. The comptroller's {a t t x 1 l yr' i e 4
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detect the presence! of acid or any of poor health. office announced that July collections I
WINE INDUSTRY URGED other substance other than the natural totalled 991619.33 on con-
I ORLDoAs8erting' that it, pigment of the skin. LARGO CONTRACTS BORDERS sumption of 13,132,132.149 gallons.
.ulo tie a boon to grape and clti LARGO--This municipality has 'I Last July the collection was
growers, C. H. Courser official DON'T NEED MONEY gone back to its pre-boom dimensions : $1,039,991.03) on U,8 7./)23/ gallons. .
| the Florida Public Service Com- CANAL POINT-The Bank of under a court order which reduced -I ., '..
Iny, has advocated starting aLe Canal went out of business some it from eight square miles to SHOL.TZ SEEKS CUT .' '. .". .-. ,Nltv
industry In Florida In a time ago, with the announcementthat less than one. The order wa issued 'I TALLAHASSEE-Reduction of .. .,:" '.
|.,ech tc, an Orlando civic club. all deposits would be repaid in:: by Circuit Judge John U. Bird county government expenses as a 1ozz :.:.l
full. Since then about 100 accounts pursuant to a supreme court writ I means of reducing taxes was the a.
n .\'IIEnS QUIT JOBS I have been closed, but more than which excluded all territory added : aim of Governor Dave Sholtz and h : flOMOA'S G/GAXr/C .
I TAMPA Expressing a belief half of the depositors have failed to the town\ in 1925. I Comptroller J. 21.. Lee as they tFPrL'/NG ,
|me: ,JOE else needed! their jobs I to call for their money, according I awaited replies to a query to all
,rye than they, eight married : to Cashier Jess M.: Elliott. PAPAYAS AUK BOOSTED circuit court clerks. The Governor .
krr.ei 'cachers here have turned ; TAMPA Experimental work' and Comptroller seek from the
I then resignations to the county SEEK PIRATE GOLD quietly carried on for a period of : clerks the county millage by districts |
t''>oo ward. The board is giving TALLAHASSEE-State protection five years resulted last/ week In the' the amount of funds for l.tl'a. t
,'ference to single women teach- for a gold digger was one of organization of Kingston Papaya 1932-33 and a copy of last year's l"t I ,
N. the unusual problems that con Industries. The concern will grow budget together with a tentative
fronted the Governor and his cabinet and market papayas and papaya copy for this year's budget. Oa, ., v, k
last week. A party claiming products on a commercial scale,
O4ft4ERVES' to possess authentic information as operating their own nurseries, KKCOItD CORN CKOr
to the location of burled ,
treasure, plantations by-products factory, FLAGLER BEACH -- Flagler ,
but unwilling to disclose full details and chemical laboratory. 1
.County farmers have begun harvesting -,.
appealed to the state for -
pro- : one of the best corn crop:
tection while he seeks IIALAIU.EPIUEIIIIO
for the hidden I I
In the history of the county this
gold. The loot, buried I TALLoAHASSEE-New '
no doubt cases of week. George Allen and associates er'r
I by a pirate crew, is reputed to be malaria continued to appear in Tal probably head the list with 8,000 r
valued at seven million dollars. The lahassee and the.rural sections of Syi '
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'I. bushels and over of corn. F, W.
party proposing to undertake its Leon County last week as county Hooper will harvest more than '..,,. a. ; w v.
salvage, offers a one-seventh shareto health officials put crewa into the 6,000 bushels from a portion of his ? '. ; : yFU dt. ww.2 rtiMh the state in return for field to combat the of '
protec- spread the t
3,000 acre farm In the Bimini sec "N'
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epidemic. Seven news cases have tion. K. K. Knight of the Haw 'St'rey awt nN 4v,. lie
.tion..POSITIVE' appeared In Tallahassee within the Creek territory will soon finish h"'alrrnwvw.NvwTT''NBwr.'t7.4Mt" ;.,,,:::::'J ,"rVyww.M;:;;-: -_.'. av ; ,
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last four and health officials ... ..'< 'Ita; ....
days Ij.J.Thtt.
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RELIEF ... "" ;
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with to :
harvesting, 2,500 bushels .. .... ""P--. _..... SIS
estimated that there are approxi '"': ...... "1,1;..___ : :
w: FROM mately 400 cases In the county. his credit. The NASSAU GROUPER which I Florida's greatest water wonders! Situ u

PILES MIAMI: WOMAN: FIRST ranges among the Florida reefs has the ated in a primeval spot about 20 miles ,
MAYOR MADE PROMISES
WEST MIAMI-Gray haired Mrs MaryE. amazing faculty of changing its color at southwest of Tallahassee the great spring ''
PALM
BEACH If bill
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A.- .. r.*Ul pain .ha.pJ nestles in a setting of superb natural
!. sootkins comfort-most !_- of information filed here against ., O. Greene, retired government .will. This changing of color is not only "
fP TO your ear in work- UuBtljr. Tbl Is ths >wli.f ALL, Mayor H. D. Stevens of BoyntonIs employe of Miami, claims the distinction made for the of concealment but beauty. Its clear water flows up from a '
very nerve at high Unsion. pilM ....rer. obtain from 'HEMO. correct, then that little city of being the first personIn purpose gigantic basin 103 feet deep at a maximum i ,; ,
Ks wonder yon snap at the wtf FREE. W. support thl st.t.....t would have had six police chiefs. the United States to receive an for the capture of prey and for courtship rate of 211,000,000 gallons]] per day.
t bark at the children. With a moa.7-back. rnar.nt_. The information was based on a official receipt and stock certificate !las well. So quickly Watch out! Overworked Ia.If. Tea wo tort..... .by pilM :fvm grand jury indictment charging in a Federal Savings and Loan attains a weight of 60 pounds change tomed boat that ply the surface into the ef'
lead to probably tried .
Nervosa may Headache EleeplM Nerv *. Do Dot judgo tamny HEMO-FREE oe.ll.deuro violation of election laws, and set Institution. Mrs. Greene, who sub- (Color that it is claimed it can assume transparent waters of the huge cavern,
,Ifndfgeetlon and a host, tnnple&unt L y part disappointments. It. action forth that Mayor Stevens promised scribed to $500 in stock In the MIami (eight different colors in as many minutes. teeming with fish, is a sight never to be b
dlturbnce Is positive, almost .......c.lo.... la the job of chief of police to at least Federal Savings and Loan Association WAKULLA SPRING is indeed one of forgotten I i.
don't yon try Dr. Mfl sfferrMcent c.... of itching, blooding, .xternal six different persons during the was presented with her 1, I
Nerrine Tablets pretending or internal p11... campaign. receipt and stock certificate by W f ir,
Just ODe fat a half class of Ronombor how joyous lif. w.. N. Walker, president of the association !
_ er makes a pleasant spark. boforo vtolont pain atabbod. :yon 11+, I'A M
drink Into dull mi....,.. TOURISTS TO PAY TUITION i
: delightfully oothin* Regain that _
orer-Uzed nerves.I price! ,. Itapplnass fcy funding for STUART Martin County's What Kind of Streets ?
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I Dr. MOea' N4I"Vtne is now and acing HEMO-FREE. If you board of public Instruction has YOUNG INVENTOR
id. la two forms .Liquid and wi.h. pay postman upon deli....,.. adopted a resolution by which the MIAMI-A patent was granted!
Joreeoent Tablet. Both haw Sond tho coupon today. NOW I. county school system will charge last week to Hope Darrlng Lester, j
l tarn soothing: effect the t>at tlmo. tuition for children of winter resi- Miami high school boy, covering a
$1.00.t your drag star HEMO LABORATORIES device designed to eliminate
4520 West Pico Blvd. dents. Fifty cents per month subject gear
Los Anfdci, Calif. will be charged for teaching I shift levers In automobiles with the

I Enclosed I. $1.00 for full .r!_ grammar school students; seventyfive complete control operated by a single -
%II lob. of HEMOFREE.AdJre cents per month per subjectfor foot pedal. Several Detroit mo-
Nam.o.____. A teaching junior high school pupils I tor manufacturers are' reputed to ,
.s__?..._____ and $1.00 month subject be interested In the invention.
City___..StaU.... 'I for seniors.per per .Young Lester has been providedwith ,,
a laboratory where he will
continue his experimental work
with other devices now being per. I
fecteJ by him.

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BSI l I
:NOIOUE! CURB SERVICE
7t l
I WEST PALM BEACH No
longer can you park your car in
front of a drug store here and havea
'
sandwich sent out. The Palm

O Don't postpone getting the tires Beach has Retail discontinued Druggists'curb Association serviceon 4ii

you need now. Enjoy your last summer soda fountain refreshments, ex-
of plaining that its NRA code, prohibiting
holiday on a new set Goodyears.
employment of boys less
Prices are still lower than they were than sixteen years of age was the

last fall. Play safe. Before start reason. It was estimated that
you !
thirty boys lost jobs as a result. PORTLAND CEMENT
i / out, drive In and let us look over But curb service continues at bar
J Y--'I I I
your tires.BUY becue stands. stops this hole' In the b 1N

( ro\\ELL SETS: MARK motorist pocket :
JACKSONVILLE- Avery Powell -
'TlHllS ttlRJE for forty-two years In the newspaper Streets that are toi-than-concreta Tl 1

.'; game, and during the last CONCRETE-BRINGS WORK TOMENBEAUTY pile an extra burden on every motor

I I ., .. .. eleven years an editorial writer on car. every delivery truck using t}
the staff of the Florida Times them. Day after day, such streets '
Prices Union, believes he has some sort of TO THE STREET make driving Increasing
A are marching up. more costly by {
R_u. But if you act in time you I world record for writing para car operating and maintenance { j I
can still buy Goodyears at graphs. At forty paragraphs; or costs-Jf c more per mile on ; I
I L I "short lines" a day for the past -SAVINGS TO y
.., prices shown here-and most Powell EVERY MOTORISTNow the next best type-2c more per i
thirty-five years figures be lr
t
1.
of them are lower than they mile on unpaved streets. .
had more than 500,000 or
-J were last fall Look at this enough Dollars-and-cents figures, gathered
new 1933 Goodyear Path- to fill 30,000 columns of newspaper. for the first time Federal Funds will be available In countrywide surveys,prove
He also has other duties on the
finder. With FULL CENTER Times-Union. through your State Highway Department for paving these facts. coNCMrrc.: the longest- p I '
TRACTION,20thlckernonGOODyc lasting of all pavements Is the most ,g
M> skid tread and stouter Su- SUNDAY MOVIES- arterial streets. The government provides for this economical of all pavements to use.
AR ILXfOALTALLAHASSEE i
mileage PATHFINDER inmoremie.moreblowoutsafety -A surprising with no burden to the property owner or city in its Portland cement-basic Ingredient e. P

opinion was banded down last week direct grant to states of road building funds. Your of concrete-Is the material of the
40-21 75.20 protection,more safety than by Attorney General Cary D. Lan- engineer for stopping the bole in
value you could get from any tire dis, to the effect that Sunday movies arterial streets should be paved now-and with the the motorist's pocket.: .i Y '

1 price $5.55 $7.00 costing four times as much are Illegal in Florida regardless finest type of pavement-CONCRETE ;;r t f.fS
4.50-20 5.00.19 a few years ago .- Now is of whether or not municipalities ( ::4Construction" i

food looks $6.00 $7.20 certainly the time to replace have passed legislation to permit CONCRETE meets every government specificationthat 1 ,'
dangerous tires with
worn their legal operation. Lanclia ffr
the
lifetime improvement be permanent-that it be substantially
guarantee 4.50-21 5.00-20 Pathfinders all around. No gave hU decision in answer to a

$6.30 $7.45 one can guarantee how longtoday's request made by Rev. E. T. Mont built-of a type that will give men work.
still low prices can Lake City, for a .
30:1371 gomery ruling. CONCRETE: does that-and gives far
4.75-19 : you more.
last. We have your size. Be The statute on which the attorney N

$6.70 $4.95 sure to get Goodyear quality general's decision la based doe not It gives you:
FREE!, tubes, deal with "movies" but !. the 1927 ,
__ALL pW AU/Maa,__"" INCan Florida "Blue law" which reads: Street.that cost far less to maintain than any other type. ifa
'"Whoever follows any pursuit, '
of 'business or trade on Sunday, either Street that cost 1 less to drive over-saving on tire'Near.calC- fvrttisr Ms*, rr
Goodyear by manual labor or with animal or line repair bills and depreciation for every mile you drive. molten writ His y ; 17
I YE.AR 1 mechanical power, except the same c.a..t.ru." '
All Weather Top G'OODy' be worked of necessity, shall be Streets that improve the appearance and the property values fwd Man, s.r. sfl

punished by a fine not exceeding of the neighborhood. :
I .
Dressing with every 50.00 PORTLAND CEMENTASSOCIATION
Insist on CONCRETE:for treetf
I your* -get the most 0
new Tire and United States during 1&31 wu the and best street for s
the
Motor Co.Starke. I lowest ever record d--685 deaths money-and the maximum Hurt Building l

Tube purchased on Register ,per 100,000 population. : employment. for labor ATLANTA, OA.


LABOR DAY Florida there At was the not Ume enough of the paper Revolution in the 8"50/0 g' O.D'O.f 'the m .Sp nt on''Co'n'cref ;

_ United American States sofdlers.0.a.g to .wad the gun of I -: Goes to Labor rMJi.

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W. M. S. Meeting Mrs.\ Griffin Honored I olr,


The business and program meeting Honoring her mother, Mrs. O. J. BRADFORD COUNTY-' G20IYINGIN ? ,

t; >il w $' of the Baptist Missionary Society Griffin Mrs. E. L. Biggs gave a .... TNG GARDEN OF ;
y spend-the-day party Tuesday at

at the was church held Monday with twenty-five afternoon the J. C. Penny, Jr., log cabbln on HOUSEWIVES AWS: A. II( COCEe2 cF 'JACKSONVLL6

KIngsley Lake, which I la now occu- .
:members present.
pied by Mr, and Mrs D. A. Mon- '
The devotional was led by the FAVORITE COOKIE RECIPES /

president Mrs. A. M. Darby. The tleth.Mrs.
Biggs assisted by Mrs.
I( ', Bible study topic was "Behold the --
Montletb served a lovely picnic
Lamb of God." The program for I luncheon after which the guests Rock Cookie Cream the other cup of sugar and
"a '' the afternoon was in charge of Circle -
4 t participated In sewing, conversation One-half cup butter, one cup of butter and add to the first'mix
No. 1 with Mrs. Darby acting ,
f jr as leader and was assisted by Mrs. and bathing. sugar, one egg, two cups flour, ture. Then add the egg yolks, well ?

Invited to be with Mrs. Griffin three-fourths cup of raisins one- beaten, vanilla, salt, and floured
J. D. Goodman
W. J. Epperson, Mrs.
)
and Mrs. E. C. Priest. The were: half cup of chopped pecans, one nuts (use the cup of flour for flour-

topic The Return of the Word to Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton< Miss teaspoonful of baking powder, a ing the nuts) and lastly fold In the

Europe and Palestine," was very Madge Mlddleton Mrs. H. L. pinch of salt, three tablespoonfuls egg whites, stiffly beaten.

'' Interesting.The Brownlee, Mrs. E. S. Matthews of cream one teaspoon of vanilla, Bake in thin sheets In a moder-

r Mrs H. B. McLendoiHMrs I* G. and one-half teaspoonful each of ate oven. Cut in squares. .

business meeting followed Powell Miss Etta T/mdrUrs"A.: Z. cinnamon allspice and ginger. Contributed.Soft }

' I with reports from officers and Adklns, Mrs. W. KT'oroda; and Cream the butter and sugar to- rr fa

j' committees, and a splendid per- Mrs. Emma Carlton tJackson-! gether, then add the egg well beaten. .
t S sonal service report from both circles yule "' K Vanilla Cookies
-,.. I Then add all the other Ingredi-
was given. ii ents. Drop on a buttered baking- One-half sup( of shortening, one

Circle No. 2 will have charge of Entertains Card Club. sheet and bake in a hot oven until cup of granulated: sugar, two eggs,

the program and church flowers light brown. one tablespoonful of milk, one tea-
Mrs. O. L. Haynes:was hostess
for the month of September. spoonful ofvanllla extract, two
to members of her card club last Miss Bunnle Canova,
y Circle No. 1 won the attendance and one-half cups of sifted cake or
a Wednesday afternoon at her.home, Starke, Florida.: ,
contest.
pastry flour, one-half teaspoonfulof
-
which was beautifully decorated
salt, one teaspoonful baking
iv' Title nncriT roriir or with an arrangement of rose/i. and Lre's Sugar Cookie
.. powder.
niKOIIO rof.NTY. Fl.Olllntl zinnias. (Repeated) .
11' fllANCKRV.f! Cream' the shortening, add the 4 I DAVID
Two tables for Two of
Ito. SOT were arranged cups sugar, four eggs, ;
p' C t* Btockwell an Conservator forRank bridge in the living room and after one-half pound of shortening, two sugar and blend well. Add the ELMER.U4I2D
of Starke' a Florida Bank eggs, wen beaten, then the milk
It. several of the
r progressions bridge, slightly heaping teaspoonfuja of
.. .
k In*; Coporatlon, Plaintiff, V J. L.Shrlver
{ R; : ft nl, i>.rrn<1antn. high score prize was awarded Mrs.D. baking powder one scant teaspoonful and vanilla. Sift together the remaining .; yERs

.' ORDER OF SERVICE A. Montieth. of black walnut or vanilla flavoring ingredients and add to the

h'p( THE STATE NOTICE: OP TO FLORIDA APPEAR: Late in the afternoon Mrs. flour enough to make soft shortening mixture. Drop by teaspoonfuls ST
FAQ
To: Whit Branch Hat Company: a Haynes, assisted by her daughters dough. on a greased baking- '.;. n
foreign corporation: Frank Company F of MYEI2S
; sheet and bake In a moderate oven ,
rr
Misses Sarah and
l Inc., a frtrnljrn corporation; Hope Georgia Cream sugar and butter, add (
7 OrtmllngRpauldlnc Company, a Kathryn Haynes, served her guests for fifteen minutes: O 11'ti FLORIDA
well beaten flavoring, baking
eggs
rt7 Georgia corporation; Endlcott John- Contributed. THE
C HOP. Corporation a New York corporation a delicious fruit salad course. powder and then enough flour to oN. .

i ; Cooper-Welli & Company. a Members present were: make a dough Just stiff enough to pG t.- \ YOUNGEST
Michigan corporation; Artier shoe Mrs. O. L.. Beasley Mrs. ''J. W. Next\ Meek the' Telegraph will
Company a Oeora-la corporation; N.Erlanaer roll and cut. ,, JUDGE IN THE
Blumcart A Company, Kincaid of Cattleeburg' Ky.. Mrs.Edward print Favorite Sandwich Recipes. fiw
-,' it Inc., a foreign corporation; Lamed, Burns Mrs. H..B.'McLndon After cutting sprinkle'a ;little Send .one,.hGe: __ WQ&LD/
Carter A Company, a Michigan' corporation c -
:Mrs. J. W. AndvP' Mrs. D A. .ugar,over each cookie and press .
( ; Phllllp-Jone Corporation )vj! ; --- -- -- -
a w-r: t': York' corporation: Montletb and Mrs. H'C.;, :' }\ItCh- sufficiently to make It stick Cookin The ORIENTAL LOTUS in Florida! ville.
Charle* William F. Allan and moderate oven until slightly The handsome Lotus Flower owned
by The YOUNGEST JUDGE in
OeorW.. Barker, the residence. of I' SUNDAY DINNERSUGGESTIONS the world! i
r each of whom la unknown, dolnit Mrs. Burns Entertains i 1 browned. If packed in closed cans i Mrs. Cockrell is of a specie brought to Such is the distinction achieved by

bulnev asco-partners under the<' : when thoroughly cOOled they will America in 1878. The flowers are of a JUDGE DAVID ELMER WARD
name and style of Miller Bain, Mrs. Edward Burns;entertained of Ft.
er A Company at 1001 Filbert t' .stay crisp sometime. I pale pink and reach huge proportions Myers who at
twenty-three acts
Philadelphia Pennsylvania. ; W. M. the members of the LJvrt Du Mola Original recipe of 'Pf ANN TAGB not only
Traneou whose reHldence I. unknown Club Saturday with a luncheon at Mra, lu At Davis some being from 10 to 12 inches in width. as county judge but also as juvenile judge

Hat Company, doing at business Ortennboro a. Trannou, North her KIngsley Lake Cottage. ,Starke Florida. IN THE days of hoop skirts the Another interesting feature of the plant is and judge of the Lee county court. Educated

Carolina; Marguerite Hhrlver Corn A pink and 'green color: schemewas --j: tomato, disguised as a lore-apple, the fact that the roots greatly resemble] at Cumberland] university Judge
|1. appeared In gardens for Its
solely
and Ira r her husband, both '
tit Long :..;co..n California I and who attractively carried,out' .in the Mrs. Sparkman'a Cookie beauty, as the fruit was regarded as ripe bananas. The Lotus is of a family of Ward was admitted to the Tennessee Bar

there.Ana receive 198,.their IT IS mall HEURBT at Pout. OR-Office I decorations. All meuurementelevel: Three million poisonous bushels Now more of tomatoes than sixty-three flowers among the oldest on earth.If Association at the age of twenty After

DERED that you and each of you Mrs, Burns' guests were: fourths cup of Crisco, twothirdscup are eaten (of drunk) In some form a year or FORT MYERS was situated but a being admitted to the Florida state bar he
IIr. required to appear on the 2nd Mra.: L. A. Davis, Mrs. T, J..Alderman other la this scant 10 miles east of its
a day t>l October, A. D. 1U3S, before the of sugar two eggs unbeaten 'country alone At this present location, practiced law until being elected to hia ]
above entitled Court to the bill of Mrs. E. K. Perryman and one-half teaspoon of salt, one teaspoonful season thy are usually sliced Motioned It would be exactly due south of Jackson- nresent hiirh office.
'-' complaint filed agalnit you and Mrs. DeWItt C. Jonea 'of Gaines. or scooped out and served with .
each of you In the above entitled ville. '' of vanilla and one and lettuce and .alad dressing, though -

%{ cause, wherein. the plaintiff neck. tofornrloHfi one-half cups of pastry flour fried, baked*nd scalloped tomatoes, Dry Skin Will Turn to Wrinkled Skin Unless
1' a certain mortgage a* aflrct
tomato and
soup tomato juice are also
+ i and Cream Crisco, add sugar gradu- .. .
prior lien superior to the Methodist Circle Meetings favorite
r rlaJm. of each.of over the fol. ally and beat to a light cream.
you .. I
1 lowing I lands In Bradford bounty Circle No. 1 of the*Woman's .Missionary Beat In the salt and vanilla. There .1.! '*'r lUh, pickle jelly 01'p..n. Supplied Daily- With Lubrication Nourishment!
x + Florida, to-wlt.. : Lots 6, e, T. 8, 9, oe'I eggs for every meal and they .,
P Block\ IS In Ward City !In Section S, Society of''the Methodist Last add the flour and stir until should be more generally used as ,

Township 7 South Range 20 Kant; Church will meet Monday afternoon smooth. Drop by teaspoonfuls on they are relatively Inexpensive. Y
also commencing at Mouthenet' corner Peach, the various melons
and
t,' of 8BU of SWVi of said section at the,home of Mra. O. L. crl coed baking pans about four limes are the
outstanding fruits for Unusual
'L' Township, and Hangs, and run Went Haynes, with Mrs. D.,'E: Knight inches apart. Bake in medium this week. Fine Texture of Dry

couth thence boundary run of North Ward 80 yardeto and Mrs. Carl Johns aa hostesses oven about ten minutes. Makes Here are three attractive dinner Tissue Demands Extra Attention ire"S I "4M 1 id

i r thence Rant along Raid b rilm about twenty-five cookies. menu prepared by the Quaker Maid]
t, 1 yard, thane South 80 yard to b.- Kitchen xwY
Ii a-toitrln*>, except' 'the West 75 feet: Splash Party .1"," -.., Mrs. R. M. Sparkman, r
!r aim. commencing at the Southwest. Starke Florida. Low Cost Dinner .
rner of said BEfc of SW In laid Mrs. By LUCILLE FIELDS Ol'tl t
;; % A. M. Darby ft splash
gave Fried Pork
Butter
Peanut Cooktea
r Chops Boiled Rice
Hectlort TgwnDhlp, and Range, and ..... Counselor National tF
run Rust 814 Vftrdl thence run party Wednesday afternoon at her One *anujputt r I' .'... Buttered Carrots Beauty tiutitunrjlODAY'S

,' 3'lorlh90 )"yard to couth boundary of otttage on Klngsley Lake in honor cup oftp; one .s Bread and Butter dry skin Is t aex s..z' ',d, J; t'-F
tomorrow'swrlllkled d
Cup of brown two two PI. '
sugar eggs reach
Ward 1tyI.I1.no.. .Vrft oH said
u" of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. J. M. '
', '"n boundary 220 yard., thence South 80 i cups of flour one tablespoonful of .Tea or Coffee Milk X skin-unless you doomethlnv

tt" La2, ke :Inning, except( the Kaul"Tiifl Darby butter, one heaping teaspoon of Medium Cost to forestall the
f..tl I t&M''Brad : Tel. After a pleasant swim the grate ; f Dinner I threat!
designated
cgfaph'1 hereby a. the served salad baking powder and one-fourth cup Baked Bam Muhed Potatoes Did you know that dry skin viet
.f t ( hewpntler In which this notice shall .were a tempting pf( milk Creamed CoVa I Urns far outnumber
4' b. published once a week for four course. Invited to enjoy the afternoon I IBread I
consecutive week with Mrs. Darby were.Misses :.. ,Beat eggs until! light and add the Quince and Jelly oily skin sufferers -
Butt.rP.ach
'
Witness the Honorable A. Z. Ad. T
Now we
kin. a* Judge of this Court, and the Hazel and Madge Middle- brown sugar, peanut butter, milk Charlotte ,
Veal of thUTmirt, in the Town of ton, Miss Harriet Rltch,'Mlsa Mary and butter and beat until creamy. Coffee (hot or: Iced) Milk > begin to understand '
better who
;t rUarke. Bradford County Florida then fold in flour. Cut In I >F
I s i this !' 1833.flrrk Canova Miss Lucile Mitchell, Mrs.H. squaresor Very $Special Dinner ,tow is using up all
j'JOtrAta 1L\ue..t.
L (OJ ; B. McLendon. Mr..Eo S. Mat- drop from spoon":; Top with. rai- trait. Cup the nourishing
A. J. THOMAS, $
Circuit Court thews, Mrs. H. V. Knight and Mr. sins or nuts. i"* Lamb Boiled Rte and protective

t : J. F. Carpenter of Winston-Salem, ..Mrs..1. W. Andrews, :Jr. Scalloped :Eggplant ?,, creams and why
; d8frukn.Yirrorld" '
a, Xnlght *. Knight, "Starke Florida. G' Hint Jelly such vast quantities -
r Attorney for Plaintiff. 9-lfttl9-lt| .N.C. ?' alo.. with Salad Dressing of cleansing
:
te. Rolls and Butter
used
cream are '
Peach llelba 6 L { awce
Chocolate Cookie |
Xi '' t IQQtree (hot. or Iced) -4 Milk annually. Kathryn
two of '" innlsfall.
Four eggs, cups sugar, I
one-fourth of butter Leone Fields beauty counsel ot
VACATIONSarul jj pound one cup
More than 600 comets have been
of one-fourth of the Melba Charm School,verifies the ,Pit
flour teaspoonful
taken note ot, but It Is believed preponderance of dryklnned Individuals t t
salt, one teaspoon of vanilla, one about 17,600.000 exist In the Solar over oily.
1 f ii small\ block of baker's chocolate had
system. 1 an idea that oily skin
# 4
t and one and one-half cups. of chopped claimed more victims. But I guess It 4stl

r nuts. Total excavations for the Pana- only seemed that way because of the

HEALTH Melt a cup: of sugar and chocolate ma Canal were 174,666,694 cubic anguished cries over blackhead and

together and set aside to cooL yards. enlarged pore formations Invariably
I attendant with the oily type of skin. Sf.. tlegaiatl00i

4 t+ + By Dr. ERNEST H. LINES ______________ However, the dry skinned one s

5..M AMS..rfrv...<< Cklc/ M.JJcl DireccevNew And the Worst is Yet Come- doesn't get off with the Incouren-
h e Ver* LI/.._._C.s.p.sy ,. j to. -. fence of a dry skin only. It has 1U Norm Shearer attributes much of her beauty to the regular, intelligent -

;.. :" ns.'lueH.cetl too. Fine Hoes that .... cart given her skin
J 1Pel r
t "l "I I WHAT TO'WEAR ir* n .O-Dlle lines before loaf.Jhrlvelly ..
; ii : ., crackledy, peeling skin I not need, at 20, the same strength ''Creams ana "rum.

lYOUa vacation clothing should not. sacrifice comfort and health for style, Early aging because the skin lack nourl her as a forty-year old should Of coarse. a cleansing cressblcleansing

'+ t there I Is no good reason why they; cannot. be combined to good the oil to keep it supple. There really a... But. give it dally. lubrication, / cream. It 18 not I nnein

a' advantage. During the heat. of the day, wear clothe that. are light In both should be more noise about. this nourishment--and protection Dry ing cream, the sort oC nourllhllleO I
t weight and color Cotton t linen are suggested. Avoid getting chilled I sort of thing happening to skin skin: has the makings of a lovely provide required build UP ffi
: .. without sufficient natural lubrication asset since It I Is usually fine of tex- resistant to the ravages tM I
and hoe .i
mgni "
at ewc wr v D.* I
jv; to carry them through! It mast tare naturally. But like a bit of Sue skin Is susceptible to. You
I
vigorous fj tbackache If
after
for use exercise or ) mij and other i t 1 C 1'f 1 be said In all fairness, however, thai porcelain or a delicate piece of lace nourishing/ cr.am-la addItion a I
how S
Where and .
d the.lnl. youspend symptoms remote from the feet. Ci t many women do appreciate the dancer It requires extra cue la handling. the cleanser, a preparation' that !
I'I'I
4 your vacation will largely Sock: and (to kJn.. sbottld01 ) + and use preservative measures If it Is extremely dry and the be massaged In and elloeheloho? |
I' determine the kind of clothes to wear. be and against Time's too blandest make It feel ? : :
$ : ..wr -, course, changed washed often 'I .A early markings soap drawn main on the skin overnggdu |
!
);it" Clothing may got. wet. from' rwn_ during the summer months.\ Tlgh&ytV /' I t And you have to use them! There'sno and taut, don't use soap Ue cleansIng least, for a longer P I

h r and (in drying oa the whjch) cause a ring around getting away from that! Youcan't cream. The best quality cleans allotted cleansing cream It!
or perspiration It. draws heat. from the body just above the knee tend to .LE __ : beat. the game any other way lug/ cream. Clean not once-but It Is aitoandlng the '"//vj '
Ibody
t $ than by supplying lubrication twlca-with the cream. I think this preserved *
and be
s iltaelf. Cotton Unen and silk dry cause varicose veins By blocking .,.... M 1 I .. skin can
nourishment aa excellent
to habit the
the upward flow of blood with tight .uy rt dry tissue with any type middle life with propeltoro'
and therefore cool the
: more rapidly Use Cream skin became a second eleaaaing so Many unlined women ot :
the veins become dilated and instead of sap '
body more quickly than wool. People garters nRu Prop often reveals grim to me petllo-
the
t I on towel 11... fifty, known
; take oolda should change later enlarged and unslghUy.Many Begin the protective process It's But I
e a vco easily I Just one more Ubrleatlon for bear ample testimony.
nes !their underclothing: promptly If It. people go bareheaded muchof ,/ earl)'. Don't wait until the line are I the dry-akin which can take bene have not left It to accld.nt or eU001that

r i .gels wet.AH .. the time on their vacation. This ill tched: in. Begin at twenty. Ton will I ficially' a lot. of oil punUhment.) thai face snow so wrlAkl"-
-
practice la quite penciMdble except -- -
(1(1F '
.
$'" ( garments.should fit the body during very hot weather when you CARL JOHNS ANNOUNCES FOR The rare white rhinoceros still The first mutoial savin**

F r'' loosely and not be tight anywhere, may be exposed to the direct. rays of p r RE-ELECTION AS CLERK found In Zuzuland and a few other was started about the year< 1810'
around the neck waist.
especially qr the Intense. heat. the
sua. on scalp parts of Africa.POLITICAL .
I a Scotch minister tee
Suspender are preferable to belt foramen
r may cause eye-ttfaln: or' even *unitrok I hereby announce myself candidate .
and women should likewise A straw hat. other '
or light" i r' for re-election to the office of ANNOUNCEMENTTo
( the of their cloth ;
weight on
1 .carry head covering I Is a good precaution* city clerk, treasurer tax T
collector the Citizens A
of the
of their shoulder In many respects, It. should fit loosely enough to permit Cityof sxurVIOLA'S
subject to the action of the voter
modern women are more sensible6'LA' the air to circulate around the/ scalp< -... ,.. .. Starke Florida.I .
.\, Qua men In that they aN not. so . .. .., In the city election to be held Sep- am a candidate for the office
.
likely to wear tight. collar. orjuuxd*, --.- tember 12, 1933- of City Clerk Treasurer and Tax

.around the abdomen.: : rii it At Kri*./a .% ...#.:::;:. Have only held 'office for one Collector for the City of Starke; P.

Proper .footwiar U 'eaoeedigly.Important U' : please the citlzena In ,
:.t
TAe dwUA, onJTrercto end Rut every respect said field ?
If you expect to do much : City at the election to be aICE'COLD
t i ,r walking 6a your vacation. Shoe will atiMwr ito fiMtUaiw: ,. ..:e't Your vote and Support on September Tuesday, September 12 1933. a BEERAsk
12th
will be ,
l should neither pinch the foot at any f., Bow long should a person "S ated. sincerely appreci I have served the City In the od CrJII'I

point, nor he so loose aa to cause a sleep! a. How jRMich merciesadvisable .* ; paat and promise If elected to ren- F.r Oar Price

'.r . When bay .x.rdM .,. lI1t'i If re-elected I will continue to be der efficient service during: my "' ......'..

loot too high body heels. throw theweight I be dangerous : 6I on the Job and give service aa Inthe term of office, and win appreciateyour Sinclair Service 5ta1l0ll.. ...
aMA.rtii
in of the. forward the { Tar
on 1ii w past., support Wbvre 1YAGE .. o.t
9r + .. :
read oa proper balance./ This (o mM.MM,M. T.u i oW I bt -:M.:-. -... ...... ':: CARL JOHNS. c.A. J't1TCH. c

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SEPTEMBER 1, ItiSS
I BRADFORD COUNT* TXXKOBAra.: STARKK! FLORIDA PAGE FIVEr

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I*... A PCZZLING TRICK ".. NOTICE
\.0 ; Here Is ft...party trick that will Those tit'. .Bradford '
rteGRAIIt1M County 'f
y if Do You Know? baffle \ur'Jr\1e.ti'Pau\ paper and : .. ,... ..., M w lea thelt) name's. added i it
omits ofNs i 4I' + I pencil, and ask each one to write > Mia Kiln: J....... Cell.w ',
I the figures.You dictate, as follows: I
J I' "Put down the number of brothers Mr. J. F. Bailey of Lake City Forces please hand their 1, 7

you have, double that number, add and Mrs C. A. Waddle of Tampa names to some member. There are

1 al ; three, multiply by five; now add were visiting their slater, Mr*. L. no dues. Offerings are accepted, a i4

the number of sisters you have : C. Smith, Tuesday however, from those who desire to ,,
multiply by teal) add the numberof Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Graves of :: ; I
help.
J C nc rmnr Oar People, Baint and your grandparents" living, subtract I' Savannah, Ga., spent the week I* O. POWELL Sec'y, r! I;
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Pr.fr*.f of th. County and Town. ISO. end here with relatives. ,,' ,
Ii Then.lI&yi'"Now! i I am going to Arthur Youngblood of Waldo '
t I tell you a little about your .relatives. was visiting here Sunday. @, I

l ." Ask each one in turn to Mr. and Mrs C. B. Roberts attended : flli :.
i give the final answer on his or NAT SEZ
r
Mlllard Boyd of Tampa spent Andrew Taylor you I the yearly meeting at the : !
her paper. As each one complies,
Primitive Baptist Church at Swift
here with friends. home after speeding ur oWell ,
Saturday tell him how'many '
you living Creek Sunday.
in Virginia visiting grandparents ha has (right hand Miss Leecey Fogg is visiting folks, I went and done It. I

I 1 M Hagan of Hampton was a figure), the number of sisters friends at Little Springs. I borrowed a pair of scales and I ( 1. i

4. business visitor here Tuesday.Miss State's Attorney (middle figure) and brothers( left Mr. and Mrs. Willard Smith and weighed cc.ton: goods and then I I ..

Crews are in Hender hand figure), For Instance if children of Windermere spent the welgheu some I' i
Myrtle Rogers of Lake But enjoying a several v"N some on gives his answer as 420, week-end here with relatives.J more cotton P,

1 ler was a visitor here Monday. you say: "You have two sisters, A. Wasden is attending to goods and every 4. I '
Mrs. George B. four brothers, and no timer thought I '.,
i iI grandpar business In Patterson, Ga, this
ii Mr and Mrs. L. D. Green were I Flynn Jr., and Miss r6 ents."-Okeechobee News. week. was through I t /' "i
i visitors to Jacksonville Friday. ell spent Monday in found a few y t
t
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that I had !
more
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KINGSLEY LAKE CIICRCII
L 1<'. Thomas and left out. The
R. Gainey of Brooker was a
L Lord's Day morning worship
Business visitor here Wednesday.Mr Elma Thomas, of subject "Christ's Comings and only consolation! i
Springs were visitors Their Purposes. Dinner on the i a o that I had was 1 j
and Mrs. B. J. Alderman of grounds. Baptism in afternoon. the fact that every t "
" visitors here Mr, and Mrs. R. T. other mere 4 '+
- Melrose were Friday Evening worship 8:00 p.m., mid
Jacksonville have kYa night scenes "Watchman What of : r chant In the 4,}
Paris Green 34c per pound at guests of Mr. and Mrs. the Night. : country from '! ,
the down to the smallest ) J'(h
Canova Pharmacy. : WU, BAILEY e biggest j
Dr and Mrs. B. was doing the same thing. '
,A More than 6\)" I
Hazel Stroman of Miamiwas Jacksonville were ) \It) t
Miss a guest Friday of Miss Olive of :Mrs. Carroll's 4, :V choice Havana filler-. When 1 got through I tried \0 i ,) : '
RITZ THEATRE 5"V plus other choice ...
Kay Long. drown my sorrows by going out to 'I. ,
ported tobacco .... .IJ"
atact.
STARKB. FLORIDA the Golf Count and forgetting It ;" I :1' ) n
Mrs. M. C. Sweeney and childrenof Mrs. L. S. Hutto -V _V .and aroma Covad all but It was no u_ Every time ; 1 t
Hampton were visitors here have returned from a PROGRAMBEGINNING only In higher priced that I laid that little ball down to ; v: '; F

Tuesday. In Miami with Mr. dgn.M.tht' JOHN hit It, It turned Into a white spool ''I ,; t ;9 I,.,
SEPTEMBER 1
Ritter. RUSK1N standard of of thread and I nude a bad shot : :; ..I fI':"
A. B. Williams have ...Joe.I. Instead of stroke I : ) '
Mr and Mrs. rta..aA c-". N.-I rt.ruagr Friday Saturday counting "rl' .: f. .
returned home from a visit In Mrs. Marie "Man of Action"TIM Don't be misled bf caught myself saying that I had ; J "5
:
i sponges I Ie one of the chief amusements and '
Wilbur occupa
of made that hole In five and ,
Jacksonville. ; old pound 'j; .1
.. McCOY time brands f.-I
of the Bahamas The
week-end with Mr. : (I submerging a bottomless' fisherman and topless searches calk for In aim MICKEY. MOUSE and "markd down to5c."JOHNRUSKIN three ounces My partner said that t i : li/"JI./ ,
E. S. Blake and son of the State Bishop. .. the light upon the sponge which "Is then hook.d CURIOSITY this was Just another alibi, an.ex-: ; ,' i 1 V,,;
visitors here Wednesday I rune for bad lie made \ :JI' ,,I t'' .'
Farm were pulled out of the water. The sponges fasten them- U the my game.
morning.Mrs. Miss Lois Adkins [ objects and can be spotted by their flapping SUNDAYWe 9mly dg.rglint me mn mad that I challenged! him to 1S@;: :n t t ,
from Gainesville where keep the water circulating through the canal J. you full 1931 v h>e of lie held hie ; {
sponge Invite You to See a game weighing. t' ; ,: t\\
of her cousin : off tiny, organisms that are carried through It by this for your 5 cent I I i'
guest .
G. B. Colson and Miss Iris "Man of the Forest" peace from then on. J.l I' r '"" ,
photograpn shows I couple of natives searching( ; ." !"
Brown of Brooker were visitors Adkins. i ... ,- |I RANDOLPII SCOTT Try a few today. ,_ 1 I,'"
here Monday.Miss FREE TO TilE PUBLIC Too will enjoy every The Government has just sent In. : It ;3 \t (',.
I II I George Blair of and BIRTHS puff. to Starke a bunch of Pledge Cards : ''l;
sons,
'It Iris Brown of Lake Butler last Thursday are expected I Mr. and Mrs.- Paul'- -tTnderhli:, .Monday J'Tuay"Gambling and NRA emblems, each and every i 't \ J (',r\,

't.y spent Monday here visiting' Mrs. the guest of Misses a visit of sev Starke, boy; August if. Ship"Cary 8.v. Ts.. 'citizens is asked to sign one ot.:1' 1, 1. \.'y
Charles Powell. rte Hutto. them In order to be able to display 1 : ; I
:
In Social Grant Hume
't.J. i Mr; and 'Mt : r: S.: Goodrich. Benlta )
p r Tb.yAntt.d..m.el. the emblem In your window at' 'i ,1
also NEWSREEL
and
Green Cove "Springs, boy, August
Paris 34c at Edwin Silvernall of home. If the committee &.
i Green per pound HOLLYWOOD ON PARADE Muswee happens 1 II I'.rk
30. \
J.e Canova Pharmacy. Is spending this O. C. Irwin and to miss you, please call at the ",' ',\ ", '," '."\'

r with his grandmother, N. J., Mr. and Mrw.. H. T. Martin" 'Mid. Wednewlajr Thursday store for yours.New 1' 't I ..,.. ',,T..
r Mrs. J.. L. Johns and :Misa: E ale Sparkman. of Mrs. Ir- dlebu1'&'. boy August 23 ',> "The Story of TempleDraktl' >J If} III't 9/\.',>'Ii

Sapp of New River were visitors Celia L Manes Mr. and Mrs; Henry Howard,, Fall Hutu-New FaU,".Shoes ,.. (1\\ ) J.jIi; 1
e here Tuesday.Mr. Supt. L. F. Chapman Lawtey boy August 1C Have Arrived J I\ ''i i '. ,
Miriam Ins Jack LaRue
s Iloj-1
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Farm was here Mr. and Mrs. William .''Pall The- RusinBEST Dresses are on the way M! I ,
and Mrs.:: :"R. A. :Newsom the Business Men's and little ream, boy; August 24. also Betty Boop Even with the cotton tat added' on \ ,'I'' '.. r, ',

spent Sunday afternoon :Lawtey Carola Cafe. Beth spent last Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Trlest, The MATINEESunday AND BIGGEST We have lot'of good cheaper t '1 : ) '
with relatives Beach than the market price, i'' I ;
Tessa boy August 25. Moaday'ednNday :I ; ,,,
R. M. vi'
Sparkman ,
GlCArt VAtUt ;
sister Mrs. A. Saturday 3:30: p. M. "I I I
:Mrs.Lawrence:: the Seaboard Air :Mr. and 't-- *"*rl Boxloy, .
Mr. and Wigginsof
NIGHT
t Brooker were1-Visitors hereMott- Call spent StreetMrs.Sunday: here at Starke Mr. and boy Mrait..0.Auguab.77... : Howard, 1:45 Bad SHOWS DtlB p DAILY, M. Lnrla Ctsw tllm.c;..Mix*MMW* No 3.OAINESVUIX NAT STERNBERG I, ;''I'! 'f ,;'J' ;.
day afternoon. the Methodist : CANDY 00. '
: 9:15
Sunday P. M.
Society will Statka girl August 27.," Galnecvllle Fla,, Distributor I Starke Florida'V: : '; 1:

l' Mr. and:Mrs. :I. Graham Boyd of W. H. t'.T< at the church Starke:Mr. and Mim< T. 3V Teston, - -- - - _ \. \\1 t..r
Ml the'weekend in Starke water was a guest last boy August 30. Jib
ma spent at 3:30. All w m m mm w iiami "is ''< sgp jy q By-s>sy sji a P-< d
Mr. and Mr. J.v M. Edwards
with relatives. and Mrs. W. L. Wall at attend" ;
on Cherry Street. Starke. girl August: '38.NOTlrH .- v

County Agent and Mrs. L. T. A. Gray and OP ELECTION
Dyer of Lake"Butter\were visitors Mr. and Mrs. P. M. home from T, W. fi. Mlddleton. mayor of the
here Mr. and Mrs.. 'It. T. City of Starke Florida by virtue nf t
Saturday. tttey spent authority vented tn m* bY' law do Tip Top Grocery
Brooker spent the Grays par hereby. all. an lection to .b*' held at f r,
Glenn McMillan ot'Lake Wales Tampa with Tdattaea J. H. Hoffman the the city qualified h..nln the voters aforoald on Tu..day city b)' 4

TIBS been 'spending 'several days I September. 1 t. 155$. for the purpoa..I..etlnll' r ;
here with friends. Mrs. A.:!M Fettlt:
In Starke Wednesday! Mon Two Alddrmon.On P STARKE FLORIDA r1
Miss oBhia Smith
wag In Starke Monday Visiting Mrs. ChaiQey: K. Johns. .) stock for his On MarahaJ. s

Miss Pansy'Cone. Mr. and :M re. 3T. ( 'TapOrocery. Naweom.nlc..nblOek.'P'rea.inipcrtor. -* of, sand*;r A..election Scott,, R.T. D A. Friday and Saturday, September 1-2

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.Maurice JLangford of ,Pahokeewas worth Miss Elizabeth: and -daugh In tMtlmonywliereof I.hereunto<
a guest Sunday .of.Col rand Hollingsworth were -" first of the subscribe. my nam and oau. the 1
seal 'Ot the said ony to b* hereunto PLATES OF
Mrs. H. V. Knight. I Jacksonville '7hur lly.; Mrs. "Bare- fixed thin the fth day of August, PURE CANESUGAR Fresh Creamery n
A. D. 1535.
R. T.: -Oateen 1W. :B. OTBOMUBTON'' Mayor
Clifton HoweU of lake Butler I Little :Miss Helen I'e of special! At te.t- BACONPound 'i

was a business visitor to 'Starke turned home !from -a CAR1.-City JOHNS'Clerk. 1-1115111.1| | BUTTER"
Saturday afternoon. in Green Cow -- _-_- .7c f t

Mrs. P. J.:Itearqe and daughter, and Mrs. wmtam' Jaeger eDce, I(1are:BId: ,Chil WHY NOT HATE THE Best Sides, Ib._10c 5 Pounds_ __ ___25c Pound __ ___ .22c' j

Miss Mary'Pearce. spent.Wednesday Mrs. Florence! E. : :In Starke the BESTSAYnew V a
't q
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shopping'n'Jacksoavllle. Bunnie Canova, Miss : :Mrs. George
aaasa! and Arthur : : their Mane on MILK, Tall Can _______6c SNOWDRIFT: FLOUR; I v
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Stansbury!! visitors to Jacksonville' : modern equipment. ... .
and Mrs.;NathaniPrevatt: visitors K'e tare .prepared to serve. TOMATOES 4 Cans 25c 6 Lb. Sack 1. .- '
Our service Ie finer ___,_ __'_ 25c
to Jacksonville Saturday. Miss: _Dorothy: Hitch I and ,chil our ------- ,
home from a nan an : I Xttward: Betty price lie 'Iower.ROREE 12 Lb. Sack 1 _. '49c
PEACHES ------
2 No. cans25c --
Rev. and Mrs. George H. Lowryand with her brother-to-tew: : 1Iave & 22
GIDDENS '
daughter, :Margaret, ;are .expected Mr.and Mr. Hefbert. past week of PvwnnAi. DIAECiOIWra. 24 Lb. Sack ------ ,---95c ,

home this week from a Mr.and: : ... &.0:104 A......_.......... ;'APPLES, 2Packages.15c 48 Lb. Sack 1 '
month's stay in the ;mountains of Miss Elizabeth ..... : : : JACxaoxVILLE.LA.: _____- -_ .;:$1.85 ; :
Tennessee. and John : I
ville Plttmnn and John Powell Dey" .V accompanied- et.rke'Fla.: 11vaC... N..r tll Ue' I I ': PRESERVES Pure 2 Ib Jar 25c Just Came In-Fresh, Guaranteed

of Miss Anita Courtm J. 'A; KtocaJd
A : -win' bas been ,- IV- DEL :MONTE or
GENT win Paris Green 34c per days, nave I LARD MAXWELL HOUSE MATCHES '

Canova Fkarmacy. visit their par. -
.C. Dorden. ATLASThe : 3 Pounds_ __ 25c 11III
COLUMN I Mrs.Perkins ;COFFEEPound. 4 Boxes ? ,,.... 15c I

FOR SALE Strong two-wheel Perkins Mr.and Mrs. C. Burden. Mr, *. CHEESE' ._ 2 Packages ?., 15c
trailer: will .sacrifice. R. W. kiss were In Lake, City and Mrs. C. Standard Oil I

Card Bet 132. It tending the funeral of son of Tampa Powid18c _ _.27c SALT, 2 Boxes,__..,...5c
!ktsL a visit here Tire .Guaranteed; # I Y

FOR years SALE old-will Saddle-weigh horse nine, even bun- Mrs. F. C. North O. L Beasley Walnut i One Year i .Smoked BACON, Ib. __y.i 1c Picnic HAMS, lOc i 4 ,.,

wed Ida HollingsworUi Miss I
pounds.
Good for wood 9* II
driving cattle; work to anything. and James Hollingswo I ,............c 1 GOLD feAR GOLD DUST Boxes lOc t+ "
SOAP
Yo reasonable offer refused. T. 1. spent Sunday la A. Scott 5 for__ lOc ____ af
Wninwrlght i iI relatives. a few days'
,
Lawtey 9-l2t|
I Orange City, Frigidairethe CLOHI GOOD BROOMS Each .20c ;
I FOR SALE-Missionary erwbd Dr. Earl H, Roberts While In Or- STARCH, 3 for___ lOc f

ry plants, by bed or by thousand. yUle Beach was In the Sun- PORK and'BEANS Can5c
Clifton Howell, Lake Butler. visiting his at the First three SOAP ,
8-l2t| ter Mr. and Mrs. J. .i/earguar- Lifebouy 2 Bars__ 13c ''
-
TOR SALE New :Missionary drews!, Jr. anled electric refrigerator '' APPLE JELLY, 35 oz. Jar 15c

trawberry plants by the bed Smith and in- Lux Toilet SOAP 2 Bars '
C.Letacb,8tarke.FIa. a-254t| |-lJ: Fred Carlton, Lake Wale. __ 13c SALMON 2 Cans .ZSc ;
.,. .... .
at the local depot,.left of Jackson ee, \. -
FOR SALE two weeks' vacation. : of Mr. Toiet '
-Missionary strawberry a guests Paper 6 Rolls25c:
plant.-I'ood.' hardy plants ton will visit relatives Wednesday. MACKEREL, 3 Cans:. _....._25c. '4 r
For
by sale .
bed or by thousand. Mike Ma. In Knoxvllle with the bySmith's

uca.. Stark*.:n g.25tf: Nashville. 'Tenn., and la Be t.Irish Potatoea;/51lis.19c; PINEAPPLE: Crushed _..4. lOc I'' +it


fOR SALE-:Missionary Sfrawbet'i'! ,Ohio.Mrs._ c "i; ., _
ry Plant;by bed or by the thou ( W. E. Torode, the tint of SeryiceStation :'w :;ongL'CrainWO .' MEAL.RICE.GRITS. or- '
I TRUELOVEFlTti
*I "* These pi I-,ts are grown on Andrew., and Mrs. Effle Ga. ,J1 ,u ;> '71 .
ground and from fresh nur- Mrs. George W.Roberta accompanied '

you:"ry stock. I have the plants and were in Baldwin Monday lira wife and :: UR

sale need to raise some berries for attending a shower given Jr., who I .If' ; _
next eea.on.. See) me or write neice, Miss Hazel three months) I
me your Starke, Fla. 5 Pounds_____19c 10.Pounds _____25c 12 Lbs '
"&Q4.. expected acreage, we can to be married Th1U' day. Canora's par I .-.,..___...:4

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARS> FLORIDA
PAGE SIX FRIDAY,
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I Screw Worms Giving
Z Z Hints To Housewives SCHOOL DAYS By DWIG
I Trouble To Livestock;


1 ', Their Control Outlined Weekly from-Bme Demonstration .} e.uo FLuAAS3'!: t M LQOK: ITS Bill*) STROM.

-- tFARMERS SECTION Specialist. Tallahassee< tIP, 'AT Gnnac l look : 'ue STe+ o w sowe.OF JmrJDt
GAINESVILLE serious out- s'11K'ssMe 1 Ua11C SNAheS AND RVBBEp
break of the screw worm fly in IN"'fW!! It.._"Rt1, q tt' we. tMe STReTtH Hy NEB
Conducted by Demonstration Agents northern Florida and southern ESSENTIAL FOODS ; AS fAR AS He WPMO Tb.
Food for family must sup See
every tAN au.orea
l + .pe Tlaw ;
livestock raisers
is
Georgia alarming
ply energy for work and play, provide / RLD Heuo blllYl
1 I of those areas,, say J. R. Watson
for growth of children, main. / @ Ru6lT
u. a vN entomologist, and Dr. A. L. ON at,
lain health, and build resistance to
Shealy, animal husbandman with
yt Seed Corn Should the Florida Experiment Station. disease.
RURAL These workers say that the screw The diet of a family should in'
I Be Selected From
SENSE worm Is not a new pest in the elude:
r COMMON Best Stalks In Field Southeast, but normally It livea in MILK-A quart of milk a day

x4 By SPUDS JOHNSON.AGRICULTURAL carcasses and is not present in sufficient for each child under twelve yearsof
ani age and a pint for every adult'ofthe
l numbers to attack live
'fitF' GAINESVILLE Now Is the mals. family.

',+,;. ACT IS time to select seed corn from the VEGETABLES Two besides,
(+ '; .. .. 1/ A PRACTICAL BUSINESS best stalks in the field, says FredH. The adult Is a greenish-blue fly potatoes every day, one a "leafy"variety i
with three dark stripes betweenthe
t't ,1 + MEASURE, SAYS WALLACE Hull, associate agronomist in if possible. "Leafy"" vege-
wings. The head Is red and
iy4f 9 charge of corn Improvement studies tables should be served at least
r
+ +. a That the Agricultural Adjustment at the Florida Experiment large. When numerous enough, three or four times each week.
) .+ Act Is a practical business Station. the files lay eggs on injured placeson FRUIT-Some daily. Use fresh
leis living animals. The larvae or''
more
which
measure presages fruit at least three four times
After an adapted variety has or a
thus maggots which hatch in about
;. for the farm family,
tV'2 ure been selected the best seed corn week. Tomatoes (canned or fresh)
deal for its members twelve hours penetrate the healthy
t. ; meaning a new
$ ; that a farmer can obtain will be can replace citrus fruit.
'p. and will mean an Increasing tissue, causing pain and Irritation.
that produced on bill own farm. EGGS-One dally for each child,
the chan- They may permanently maim or
nt. }y flow of money through Corn variety tests atthe station when it can be afforded. Children
when the farmer kill the animal.
business
; psi nets of have shown that the varieties best should have a minimum of three or
b
,. Increased returns la the opinion The worms often attack newly
; ',r D1 L gets adapted to North and West Floridaare four eggs every week Adults
1 branded
dehorned animals
,, of Secretary Wallace. Here is or or
Prolific Red should have the number
Whatley Kilgore same ,
animals whose skin has been
sub.
what he said recently on the
Ir 9.r41 ( Cob Prolific, Tisdale, and Wilson when eggs are not expensive.
., slightly scratched or bruised. /
}
jest:
q Yellow dent. These varieties usu- CEREALS OR BREADChoosethe
The most
Important step in con-
"The Agricultural Adjustment ally give from fifteen to twenty- trol, say these experiment station less expensive kinds giving nV
jc.:: ) : Act Is a practical bunlness meas- five per cent greater yield than the workers, is the elimination of all preference to the whole grain.
: tire. It ought to be presented to average run of Florida corn. ADDITIONAL PROTEIN
' farmers of this county as such. possible breeding places. All dead
the Mr. Hull explains that seed ears animals should be promptly burnedor FOODS Such as meat, fish, 1
a: ;d' We have no right, in view of agri should be selected because they are burled deeply. Traps developedby cheese, dried peas and beans. A

culture's twelve long years of mer- Inherently better than their neigh- the United States Department good plan is to provide meat threeor i
',} 1.. chess deflation and poverty, to ap- four times
fish
bors. They should be selected from Agriculture will help to control once, and cheese,
: .' ,:', ". proach the farmer with any plan the most fertile spots In the field. the adult flies.Livestock beans' and peas once or twice a
,
,...r that will not manifestly Increase The stalks should stand week.
straight
; F i his income and give him a fair with a vigorous growth, and have should be protected FATS AND SWEETSShouldbe
t? ,+ from injuries, particularly brand-
: share of the national wealth. two or three good ears on it. The provided during the week.

i? ly ; "The extra money the act will ears should droop or hang downso ing and dehorning, during the fly -Anna Mae Slkes. /

bring to those farm families who that the water will collect inside season. ; "
1 Infested animals should be treat- ;;. >>-
"'' '! co-operate will not be hoarded; it the husks. Resistance to Insects, STATE MEETS PAY ItOLL :

',, },,; t 1 ;;., will move. It will bring new goods, especially weevils, Is provided by a worms ed with, and benzol then, a which mixture kills of two the troller's TALLAHASSEE office The: Comp "7 DAY DREAMS I
conveniences services husk that has announced Florida
'i new new extends at least three
parts commercial pine tar oil and ___
would __ ..
!' \j and a new self-respect and confl- inches beyond the cob and is tightly "Just come under thewire" ,
one part lard or cottonseed oil
dence into the lives of men and closed at the tip. If the plant in making its monthly pay -

ti ,,. /vwcmen long deprived. It will have meets these requirements the husk which repels the files. Commercial roll without transfer of money Egg laying contests afford poul- Czecho-Slovakla has a trade Some of the fields in
zenol Is satisfactory. Any free Canary Islands
:, even wider consequences than that. should be opened to see if the ears blood should be taken with absorbent from other funds. The general trymen a fine chance to get official treaty with Russia, but no diplo- are the world's most valuable
p\ The act, if it works, will bring to are satisfactory. All of the ears up revenue fund, from which salariesare records on some their best birds, matic relations. agricultural lands.
cotton before the benzol Is
's 11, farming people not only a balanced on a plant are equally good. Ears applied. Fresh injuries should be paid, had a balance of $130,000, good advertisement, and a chanceto .

]V abundance, but a more balanced that are rather long and slender treated Immediately with pine tar and officials said other revenue will\ see their birds compared under Congress in 1U24 passed a law The English House of Lords- hasa
.', leisure, and a greater opportuniy with twelve to sixteen make up the needed amount of the same conditions with
;, rows of ker- those giving citizenship to all native- limited
veto
oil before the In
'4 flies have laid their about $120,OOO. power only I legislation. -
-for Individual growth. nels have yielded best in experimental I from other poultrymen. born Indians. '
'" eggs. If the wound is large or
p "We have worked too bard in tests. A good ear should slow about healing, additional applications I. I r.----,;;'; ---- --- ----------- -- ------------__ __ u __ __--- .
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jthls country. It was a new country feel heavy.. The kernels should be -
of
pine tar oil should be
'I(:' ours for the taking; so over- lightly dented and feel),smooth. The made at three-day intervals. Chloroform :

,|:work was natural. We made a virtue kernel should be fairly deep and which is more expensivethan
', of Intemperate greed and ef medium in size. The cob does not
benzol be used
may In
Y. 1 fort. Our march of pioneer conquest have to be extremely small nor en- benzol. placeof
; a "; ;" If you examine it candidly, tirely covered with kernels at the *

it 'was not unreservedly glorious. but and tip for best yields. Seed

l t ,M t .;; til ;! "We have believed that leisure Is corn should not be selected from Damping-Off Soon "Well !

h' wrong. There was a reason for that parts of the field that are Stopped By Organic
"
: this. In old days the utmost actlv- closer than one-eighth mile from

p ,:lty paid manifest returns. Those another variety, as pollen will Mercury Compound

o .:,,returns often were dearly bought; travel that far and mix the varie
g health! was broken; imagination ties. GAINESVILLE-Damplng-off of

was stunted by endless drudgery; young seedlings can be stopped in
P ">,children came into the world crippled Napier Grass Set Now a short time by soaking the seed- "

I and weakened because their bed with one of the organic mercu- Bill Perkins !
t 4 ; mothers while carrying them had Will Make Bounteous ry compounds, according to Dr. G.

\ worked too hard. I do not know Cattle 'Feed Supply F. Weber, plant pathologist at the
r 41 ", that we are fit for leisure; but I Florida Experiment Station.

Iq66fifi believe that now that we are turn- The disease is caused by one of
','Ing our minds around, and dlscov- GAINESVILLE-No wls a good several fungi which attack the
_ ?t :Bring that overwork does not pay, time to set napier grass, and Flori plant, causing it to become weak

; .v neither In money nor in any other Ida cattlemen and dairymen whodon't at the ground surface and fall over.

sense, we will not continue to make have a bounteous supply of It will not likely occur in seedbeds

a fetish of overwork. We shall learn this crop are missing a good bet, where the soil was properly ster- you ever walked along a street in a
In the HAVE
opinion of Dr. W. A. Leukel
a i jjas individuals to value and to improve IIzed and the seed well disinfected.In .
ourselves. We agronomist at the Florida Experi- case the disease does show
shall
nee that up
city faces
14 ;i 3 ')it pays to sow less, and take better ment Station. It can be used as a It can be 'checked within twenty- strange strange passing you.

',care of it, and take better silnge crop or for grazing purposes.It four to thirty-six hours : :. :
care of by wetting
f S4 d j ourselves and our children. We' Is a perennial which produces the top half Inch of soil with a one- Then, a face you knew recognized im-

-'shall learn to rest part of our land heavy yields, especially when fertilized. fourth of one per cent solution of

1 h ''and to rest ourselves part of the one of the organic mercury disinfectants mediately? "Bill Perkins!" you exclaimed "Gee
? ,time." Napier grass Is a large grass, he said. The compoundsare ,

,' somewhat resembling email stalks usually handled by seed deal- I'm glad to see ,

.Control Insect Pests of sugarcane. It Is propagated by ers and druggists, and full direc- you.
planting cuttings of the atalks. tions are given on the cans. Dr. '.
_ :'\; Of Asparagus Ferns Once planted, it will grow from the Weber suggested the use of a garden

: same root system for several years. sprinkler for applying the so-

$Ii q:: LEESBURG There are four On ordinary sandy soils It will lution.A .... ,- Have you ever shopped in a store in a strange
yield ten tons
of
'
to
1V ? r pests of asparagus ferns which are silage the acre second treatment ia usually r

more or less abundant during the annually.of If given a light application 1 not necessary, he said, but should city a score of local products stared in
complete fertilizer when set you
; damping-off continue to '
Bummer, according to Dr. J. W. destroy .
Wilson, assistant entomologist of and another application of nitrogen plants the treatment should be re- : the face all
next spring, it will yield to good perhaps all reliable. Then
1 ? t .,the Florida Experiment:': Station located up peated. vou
J t. : here. These are twenty-five tons of silage on the ;
,t ,Jlf"; ter beetles, grasshoppers caterpillars, and same type of soil It produces The white marble of the Capitolat saw a familiar advertised brand of what you
very heavy yields on muck and Washington came from Lee
,
znites.
_a ya :: Caterpillars feed on the tender other fertile soils. Mass. wanted. "Good! I'll take that you said. Right
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's'' & ,.. ;, ,day parts spraying of They the or can dusting ferns be for controlled with about either ten by And the Worst is Yet to Comee.'v --- I ; then you subconsciously glad for advertising.You .


lead arsenate or calcium arsentte. felt an immediate warmness closeness confi-
For the spray, two pounds of lead i i- < v ,
rAraenate should be mixed with fifty a ;:' dence---the
reliability of old
friendships.
ifcallons of water. If the dust .: ,

a method' is used, a light, even covering -

of the dust should be given to ..
||all parts of the plant. Frequent

i and heavy applications of poison Advertising is one of the greatest public benefits -
.. (Should be avoided, as they are apt

t [jto which cause reduces a bitterness its quality of the and fern increases .. ,- ; ever invented by business. It enforces qual-

the danger of burning. ity full value honest
'Blister beetles can be driven out statement of fact. For,

of'I'the
s | fernery by having several when
men in line gently beat the fernsth 1 t s M,. ', a manufacturer advertises his product call-
brushes. Blister beetle larvae ,-' ,

'" feeel on grasshopper eggs and are ing attention to it risks his very business existenceif
''
'
thus and advantage. If the ferns \

,,, are being sprayed for caterpillars, '5, ', --- it is less than he states.

.. rolled.a blister beetles will be con. 'ss. 'Ar "

.I i : Graaaboppera can be poisoned .
u ''v with bait made by mixing twenty ( .

Ie'r, s ,,, ounds of wheat bran and five ; ;, This paper is constantly presenting advertised -

.
v ; unds of cottonseed meal, or

;t le' i : twenty-five pounds of wheat bran products for your attention. of them
tli Many
; ith a pound of parts'green and ,

L < hen moistening the mixture with ". : are old friends. But of'them

i a ne-half gallon of can syrup and ..,...,.} many perhaps greet

i ? t. .,' .t bout ter.two This and bait one-half should gallons be scat ofF 1' ) ..- ). ...;, ,. you for the first time. Read the advertisements,

"
2 in small flakes the fernery
4, ere< over ..
.
: ; get acquainted with new friends you'll be glad to
',
The two-spotted mite attacks
erns In some sections. It can be 4- : know now, and later.

ntrolled by spraying with a
b1te oil emulsion, such as Volck,
!I .
; i gallon to 100 gallons of water, '
r applied under a pressure of 150: to -

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BKAOFOIIO COUNTY TEUBOKATH. 8TARKC.: FLO1UDAfe -
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sLrIr.-- noment and -then said "That To Increase accuracy In putting List of Qualified Voters, City of Starke. Florida

:0./11\ ..".1': professional has Invented -
be He took an en- a Chicago ''
to
>ught easy.
; 'TQ71'.WI. out of his pocket and wrote Lq1IMOSTLY a golf club with flange extendIng Austin, ITAlvni Alderman Dora Alvare VincentATln.
relope .
horizontally from the back of ..<-.. J M. Adkln, LolaAlvar W. MAndreu :
-... Jie second paragraph of the Bob Adklns, A. Z. **, Annie' Krifth I
.. which Incor- the blade. Jr. J. W. Andrew W. If Andrew. Nell I
Charter Andrew : :
Jones College :
lIre. Ida
-- Alvarei, A. I.. Andrew: Mm W. II.Andiu AntittrHon,
';C porates our creed. H did It In NOTICH! op K'LBCTIO* Alvarea. Lucia H. A. <>. Alvatea, ISrroll I

,three minutes. It wasn't necessary KNOW ALL MEN ny THH ..BPRESENTS. Alderman. U. V.'. Alvarea. N. J.

lTi l dIP unto IIJ feet. III. fa-i unto my pitk-Fulia 119:105.- to change one word or to even of. That the I Htate. DAVE of 8HOLTZ.Governor Florida,, ) D I .

,".d 'hange the punctuation. As an illustration A BOUQUET: pursuant. to the term and provl- Orownll'e 1 K TUronke 11..1l..I.y. O. L. Haladen. Miss Rosa
O W.
rtiTrTfl>rt.t 1- All religious teaching doctrine or of the genius of this lon of an tp.tlIJ:. Lcwlelfctur of Albert Kpaiiley. norths(Uertrud Hurney IHlKg. ,'Ethel 1\!.
Florida Itronke, .
ITLuJrUfl1* .. creed if they are to have any claim Starke, the Stole entitled, Malsden W. W.niKK Halmlan. Ada L. )try ant, W. It
the creed .. H L.
of the people, must be in harmony with great man I quote as >. M.llalndon. Bryant JiMa 15.Heasent. !
devotion l
and 28, 1933. Pro'I" for the It. A. llarefoot
1 .,. ;loyalty August "An Act to Hlnltop
W. A.. Jr.
?
into fold and crevice below Addle.Huvkelntan
the Christ whose words fit every : Holding or State Conv..tnlon. Rrownlee, KttaBishop t
ftnrt
ES of hear Jesus, and of whom: it wa said\in John'l1 846,"NEVER MANLIKE "The general nature and objectof Dear Editor Sir, Telegraph.: for Rejecting the Purpose PropOl".d of Ratifying Ana.ndiflents 0" Nlim R ,C AugustCanova Burn, KilwurdCanova. T H

TIlLS Mi\N. the corporation shall be to con- Con.tltutlon of the
the
Any town having a newspaper to ..Tulle7th. Crew. A. 8.rrutrhrild Paul H., Jr.Clark ir.f.J'tnl.:
Invited to vise this de of learning for "nltf,1 States. approved
Bradford and Union tore of church activities organization and announcetit the general education of youth n 1818, Colley. J. F. Canton. FredCaipentor (Colftmnn J, I* r f 'y
news of made. the only requirement I The paper Is everyone's guide the 10th day Lalla H. Myrtle (-Dne. It. C.CalUlw L t
,
given and no charge the essentials of culture and In the lubricates do hereby fix Tnednr I'haoe J. n.Carpenter \
It
freely friend. Clladya
SpRce office before Wednesday morning philosopher and of October, A. D. 1833, a* the dat. "annvn Eunice C: Canova .
this P.
hat such Items reach arts and sciences, giving special the complex machinery of for holding, and do. hereby call a Polley, Lydia \Crew. Mr*. Maiul P.
be handled for current Iseue. In earn and every Canova Florence H. Canova. Levy A.
cannot to the Christian religion pedal election
... they >! emphasis I civilization, keeps tt rusting 1 ounty of the Htate nt Florida to be, J) L
'* and the ethics revealed in the Holy and from running hot. It tells the held on TuesdaY the 10th day of Pohrow Lillian Ij
IS.Davis .
and began to rebuke Him. combating all atheistic, A. D l JS. for the purn''*e Parliy A. M. Tlaugherty. W.
DIRECTORY Him \ Scriptures and announces what Is to October Dunham. A. M, HauKherty. Mr.. Ida Mae
onuCII news (67) dele- K A., Jr.
16:17-19, says Peter used the and so-called of electing; nlxty-aeven I J. Doyle, J. D.Dover .
Matt. : agnostic, pagan take place. It presents and dis- Kate at large to a convention to be I'owl.). n. M. Davis. It. Mr.
words "Be It for from thee, Lord; scientific adulterations of the Gospel the cooond Tuesday In November l>avts. Mr*. I. Pnrrynian Itavl, LuctleOarhy Mary
I Baptist Church courses questions of the day, disseminates heM on at Tallahai. Mi.*.. Iila L. I'acl,.. Mrs.: loss Denmark' T. P.lleniorei .
First unto thee. A. n 1'131, .
be and T1. 14
This shall never unqallfledly affirming .. ", Chn*. Dtmrnark,
-' Imrliy
Including rejnct the following It. V.
| Johnson, pastor. "and information, Florida, to ratify or !. Uonmark. UinllyHdwnrd : it
.
son When Jesus turned about teaching the inspiration of the BIble and what Is want- proposal, of the Conffre of Darby, Minn Annie Mo browtii.
Services: what Is for sale T
|,j looked on His disciples, he rebpked (both Old and New Testa- the United state, made on the 20th .1
at 10 a.m. ambassador to D. 1933, toarnent
School ed. It Is the town's of February, A.
y Get thee behind me the day ,T. vr, F.lwRrd.V.. M 1o lIlnlftt>lI. ArchMdnardM
Peter saying, ments) ; the creation of man by desire the Con.tltutlon of the *. .
at 11 a.m. the world outside. If you Josephine 1\1..1.
Lliinj/? savourest not the Kpp4U-aun., ''l.-.J, :Mrs. Klllmcton.Kdwnrd
for thou of God the Incarnation United Stetaiu"ltopoIvPI -- ti'
Satan directact
pu! 7p.m.letlIOUIt ; ; Intimate Information about a Upperson, Loona *, Ituby Mae
] things that be of God, but the tad virgin birth of our Lord and first step is to by the Senate'! and .
place, your I
Church things that be of men." This rebuke 'Savior Jesus Christ; His identification find strange a newspaper published there Houae of State Representative nf America* of theVnlted In Futch, C. A.Fernanda Fernanda, Isabel! Field. Mr*. Maude 8. i

of Peter was In practicallythe as the Son of God; His vicarious and assembled. (twothirdof *, Mr*. Eva Frasve, Mrs Annie. A. Forvth. .., VapnFlunnlgan .
Jones pastor. and from its appearance con- Conner .. .I S. W. 1.
a Fields, J. It.
a.m. same words which Christ spoke atonement for the sins of earn Ito,,.. concurringthere- Futch, Verdi I. S. J
|ay School.. 10 in tents you form an opinion of the in), That the following article Fiaiee, .T. L.Orlffln. .
tlng Worship 11 a.m. to Satan during the temptation mankind by the shedding of His and activities of the town. 1 I. hereby proponed a* an amendment a
people
U people's :Meeting, 7 p.m.rrmnterl.in the wilderness, (Matt. 4:10): ). blood on the cross; the resurrec- The editor has knowledge thrust United to State the constitution which hull of the be T. 1. tlrlffls,, Mm A. 1.llrlffls .AneedaC3reen ftrnham, ,Wilbur MontirirriM :

"And when ne had called the tion of His body from the tomb; upon him from every direction and valid to all Intent and purposes Green titer,,. n'V.A.If. Floyd IrirriH., Mr*. J. C. I '

Church unto Him with His disciplesalso His power to save men from sin; contacts teach him that many a* part of the Conntltutlon when Griffin Mr. Minnie E Irlffls, A. F.Oondman n.Rry.Vm.. A. ..
: people his threefoul
| In ,
ratified by convention K. J. I). Oeary. Viola
Mr
Mary
I George H. Lowry. minister He said unto them. Whoso the new birth through the regener- strut In borrowed plumage that tha: of the several tateat: (Green lrccn A. II. Orlffl, J. D. henry, LOinma If.Ulll I

Lay' School. 10 a.m. ever will come after me, let him ation by the Holy Spirit,' and the sha/n and bluff are common. Men 'A ItTICLE- Green, Mr*. FnnnloGreen Ureen, Sirs Inca S. Thoa.'tump I I IL

Worship 11 a.m.tfan deny himself and take up his cross gift of eternal life by the grace of otherwise pompous take care not ".'Section'!. 1. The eighteenth Lloyd J. S )'

fnlng,\ Endeavor.7 p.m. and follow me. For whosoever will God. This charter shall never be to "high-hat" the editor: they article or amendment of the in United meConatltiitlon J loovtor (j'. F. 1I01lIn..worth.II 1.eie lIal"m"n, Albert V.; ... 'C'4!

save his life shall lose It; but; whosoever I amended modified altered or know that they may sooner or State I is hereby repealed louver:.J, C. hayes. 1\1.... Ruby A. 1Irtmnn 1i:1..le: .. 7
his life for my ,changed as to the provisions here- seat in 'Section .. The tranr>ortatlon iaynae. O. L. lI"ye.., C. 11. hart Edna : Li
IEV CHURCH DIRECTORY shall lose later have to ask him for a or Importation Into any F. O. Hurd, Tack 11..11. A. H. i,
sake and the gospel's the same inbefore set forth." his wagon. Printers are the most State Territory, or pnHefmlon. of II.ytoll.II..mln.way 101. W. hart ,V. H. 111l1l. Kh.II'' t .
.
1 Baptist Church what shall It .. few the United State. for delivery or C. *1. Ilowe, J. n. luck, 11. '". } '. :
Iloizendorf
For ]
First shall save It. a modest of men and, therefore, ue, therein of Intoxicating-- 111... Itlta hiutto I" s. _,.. }'olt.\dnrt. Jessie a.lI"mrlck. f,
F. Chapln, pastor. If he shall gain the I. B. DINKINS know what of the law 1 mover H. 8.lIouver :
L. profit a man, outside the fraternity oars In violation 1\re. S. F. lIulto, Mr.. t,. 8. harvey .
ching services first and whole world and lose his own BUSHNELL Funeral services knowledge, care. tact and skill are thereof" 'Section I III hereby I. This prohibited.article shall 11 Mrll. 1)elia. ilutto ltlna. lI..l\Ill1lrway, Laura l ',

{Sundays, 11 a m. and 7:30 p. soul? Or what shall a man give In for I. B. Dlnklns. 54 prominent local required In getting out a newspaper he Inoperative unle** It shall. ..JJohn. M.' ,

exchange for his soul?" dry goods merchant who died week after week. The editor have been ratified all an amendment ... ItT t.. Johns, J"1thel Joh'is. Theima. nrln.GnJohn. l i'
to the Constitution by convention John... 11I1'.. 8. n. Johns. Th..lma ned.r"v41JOhllll. 7
H. B. Arliupt A. U. .
day school 10 a. m., In these verses the revised version Tuesday afternoon In the Munici- must have Judgment as to what to In the several State 10'. II. Jacobi, D Jo.s. J. I. p. .' r ,

the Bible uses the word pal Hospital In Tampa, was held at print or leave out; must view questions all provided In the Constitution It.hne. 14. It. Jacob Sarah John. Newt :
of .
from the John, C. 8. : J
Wed. within seven year P. .ithns. U..r.y
|yet Service, 7:30 p. m. "Life" In place of "Soul" as In the the home Thursday morning at 10 from every angle and must date of *ul>mlslon. hereof to the John.Johns., 111.Ella.. i..tssle F. Johns (.Ivln Jecol.... ltnuillnci< ,l .

We think"Soul" o'clock. Interment was In the local Infinite patience about getting State by the Congre/ John. Carl J005.. 'V. F. Johnsi O. 10.Juhn."n .b; 'ji
: 6:30 m. Sunday. King James verlj/tn./ use '''. N. Jone., airs. 'V'. F. Johnson, Abbia W.JOhll" ,., .I
P. U. : p. cemetery. but the truth about hap- held. In all re- '
more nearly expressesChrist's nothing Such election to be Perry H. Johns. Ch" E. s :
meaning than does "life." Mr. Dinkins formerly lived at penings. As a proof-reader he mustbe .ipncta. In accordance with the I pro- K lr4 1 .
fission. nf, and In the. manner preoribed -
\TDAY SCHOOL A writer says: "For whosoever Macclenny where he was reared. correct;; a small error may In.' the Act of the Leglla- Cite. David Klckllter Sir.. 1\r. L. Kite Perry fJ t.1jSKickiiter

would save his life shall lose It"- Surviving are his widow; one son, cause trouble or loss to someone. :ore of Florida aforesaidIN 1 I. F. Knight, ('larR Mao Kahr A. I... JI JJ. "...
: WlllflnEOP I do T). 10. Kru.e. tim, C.
: TESTIMONY! Knight
LESSON ,sounds paradoxical, until we stop Carl Dinkins, Bushnell; one daughter What he says In his paper Is keenly hereby set my hand and do cause toe I Kirick nll"ht: C. T.A.N. K.lisiit II. V. Kencirick Mary E.teUeKnl..ht. $., .7 '.

to consider that Jesus is speakingof Mrs. Roy Reddish, Webster; scrutinized; a little slip may > affixed hereto the Qreat Seat. of !\Ir.., N. L. Kiiilt 1111's. n. V. Klcklit.r, C. L.K.n.lrlck j 'ilIJ o '
the State of Florida at Tallahassee, KIII"'w, 1). C. j
Martha
3 1933 two kinds of life, the higher life five sisters. Mrs. C. B. Allen of cause ridicule, humiliation or con- the Capital, this 13th day of July, ''iti.t 'i
!EI"fE\lnER; : and the lower life. He who would Bushnell; Mrs. Charles Dinkins demnation. He Is a sort of ex- 1913CIHEAT. L 1 ; '
| Jesus Requires Con- ( SEAL) Ia..rgrl'. ''. n. E. Lord Eva 11. I.wlll, .lAllel I.j.i .4
ject and secrets are
life of the spirit Fannie Taylor officio father confessor;
Mrs. :
save his higher Lawtey; nAVE SIIOLTK: I.avIton P.!. 1.,1.. 14. n. t.ow.'y.O.o. H.I.owl. s
n and Loyalty. must deny his lower life Whoso Mrs. Minnie Harris of Jacksonville whispered In his ear or come In Governor of Florida. ., Kirk l.ewie, hannah 1''). I.aIi'8rgr., Della M. .. ,

lien, Text: "Whosoever will shall lose his lower life for and Mrs. Lillian Bloom of anonymous letters and he could Br the Governor Attest: (L.oiiw, T. T. J..... 1I11cllldl\ Ievltnn Tereesa. .. l": 'j
ever B. L..nnon.8.
R. A. GRAY. Lord J. 11. Lewl. Lllllo I it.
[after me, let him deny him- Jesus' sake and the gospel's shall Baldwin; two brothers W. B. Din- cause mischief but for his charityand IIMorgan. IiI, ;}

Lad take up his cross, and fol- save his higher life. kins of Bowling Green and D. H. tact. !lIA"'I'F.I"1I SAI.K .1. W. MatU."",,". III... lila Malphura, hfrs. Jane !'. :

iie. Mark 8:34b. therefore shall be Dinkins of Ralford. It is not known or appreciated Notice I.I hereby given that under Matthews F. 8. Mld.lI..ton.lIl.d..e Mitchell 1\11..11 ucllot 1t:. : ,
ion Mark 8:27-38.: "Whosoever that the printing office holds the nnd by virtue of a final decree of Mitchell, .1. M. bIsrt Ollie 1\I1.1.1\810n\ Ha..1 I ll : .t
Text: ashamed of me and of my words In a foreclosure mad and rendered by Manning" J. C. lIIalphll"II.VI\\. aii'tdleton, O.ral,1 I i I. i:
Ictlcal Truth: Christians this adulterous and sinful generation NEAL ALLEN LITCIIFIBLD moat perfect machinery to be thu Honorable A. Z. Adkln, Judge" of IIl1dtlelon.V.. E. 1II0ntieth, D, A. Manning" 1\11'11. 0.11"Mond..n. I.
sacrifice for and that unsung the Twenty-Sixth Judicial Circuit of Wm. Montl.'h, ('Rlherlne MRn".a. Arthur .vJl 1,1
to .
|,l be willing of him also shall the Son of Friends of Mr. and Mrs. CharlesF. found anywhere CountyIn I. 1.11.1 .
; Florida, In and for Bradford Morgan. Mr.. VI" V. Manning. W. C, tIanasa, Sirs. Celia r. .
i sake as he sacrificed for us. Man be ashamed, when he cometh Litchfield of Brooker will sym- artists work there. The typesetting I Chancery, dated the ut day o IIIhl.lIeton, 1111'. Nolla Manning, 1\larlJaret Mattassa. Mln.. I .$ lMitehell
'
e of Lesson: Summer of Into the glory of His Father with pathize with them in the loss of machine Is of most complicated February wherein A. D.the 1933 City, In of that Starke.certain: amunicipal Sirs Lucile Matthew. it. L. '
cause -
to hair. A '
a I
129. the holy angels." their Infant son Neal Allen who mechanism precise corporation. is complainant Me
Is simple and blundering and J. It. McKlnlay Mrs. C lll. Starling 111cttaln n. ltt'feod Wm I lrttIcIendoi
about In watch a McC'ny .
I Philippi, e Wednesday night; '
> last 1.
Caesarea died late
e: W. Llddon, Mr. Lnlu Mono, n. W. 1"lo..nc. 1\1c''Valn. l\I... IJertha 1\IcMlllan., Merrill
Jiy-flve miles north of Sea of St. Vincent's Hospital In Jacksonville thing In comparison. The operator Momo. Mr. Kale Itowland. L. C. : 1 ; r;
called Caesarea of several must not only be a good machinist, Itowland. Mr*. Evelyn Halley, P. Id.Ilalley ]. N ;
It was following an Illness Sarah Leona Jones, Mlntl Newsom n. A. Newsom. hIre. Edna;: N"worthy, C. 1[. 1 ; :
Ip (Philip's Caesarea) to dls- BOB JONES weeks. but he must have the dictionary; Aaron Jonea, minor, joined by o I 'J ;

I.* It from another Caesarea Funeral services were held at literally at his fingers' ends, and Aaron Jones, their father and next Titus c, i iP
undersigned Osborne, 8. n. 0111011.
the
defendant,
erudition for he has friend are
coast, wherewas near Brookei be a man of i
e Medlteranean Bradford cemetery who was apuoltned Special
afterward Imprisoned. with the Sea- to race against time and must get Master to execute the said decree,
I' afternoon .
lour| lesson of last week we OMMENTSON Thursday shole Funeral Parlors, Jacksonville,, the gist of his "copy" without stopping I will on, Monday A. D. Ibis the, during-4th day h'.f: legal September P.rklnll"er.yman.oJ., Llnnle. K. Prathor l'arks. }Mr W., Nthet(1. n. Pr.valt.I"WSll John Nathan N. .. JIIl'errynlen. i

Jjesus In Decapolis where heI (i; ON In charge. ; besides, his fingers must be hour of sale before the Mouth" door Sirs. Lois i'enrce Mrs. J.rtha Piiiitim, lean ': i' ..1
and as sensitive as PaderewBkl's.Printers' of the Court Homo In Stark. Urad "ow..ll. .'has .1. l'rie..t J.), I'. i'rlaet Mr.. Nona L.. .
perform- a ;
|-I the deaf-mute AHOHEREAFTER. ford County. Florida, sail to the l' rk., W. D. rlO8t, 11. E. ,
bet miracles. In that region RESOLUTION appliances are costly highest and beat bidder. for cash. the (3Qulitley

|Iso fed the four thousand.after Resolved that a copy of these above others, because of the precise followingdescribed. Stark real Bradford estate J. T. qulaley. Mr.. Minnie W.I" r
and being In .
crossing the lake to resolutions be sent to the bereaved adjustment necessaryoftento County lying Florida, to-wlti .' .t! iIfitch

.anutha on the west. and read a great many books family, a copy inscribed upon the the I/10,000th part of an Inch Lots One (1), Thirteen ((13) and ).b..t c. Hitch, F.velyn ite'I'Ilsh Mn. "A.rle 11. 1thJ .
have
i to the neighborhood of Beth- I minutes of Corinth Baptist Church A printer must be an artist, so that Fourteen ( M), of Illock Eleven Town((11) Play, Sties olive A. Hitch, Mr.. Carrie PaIgrave. A. W.JUtl'h. ,. .
scholarship Addition
claim to In Txmpln'a to City ( I4
but I make no Hlckenba"k.r, T. D lLaigrave, I\Ir. Minmi .
8.oJ.
northeastern to the Bradford he can arrange the type faces, Also Lot Six (6) and .
the sent of Stark !
and
i Julias near It has been my privilege a copy \\tedlI.h, horn Hlekenback'J Irene hietlgrave. John ( 'jRegister
However, of block Eighteen (II) In
start of lines and spacing in a Seven (7) ja
lengths A.
le ftauiaraon w.
disciples Freeman
Jesus and the to come In touch with outstanding County :Telegraph. Llvlngton-Truby and Company' ,
I trip to the region of Caesareap of life. I have harmonious manner. He takes as addition to City (Town) of Stark., ; '
Mount Hermon abouty leaders in all walks Mother has gone and left us much delight in looking at a well Said sale. to be mad t pursuant to and F. P. Simmons, J, L. RIIoox, Darner iY -
and
had most delightful associationswith sad hearts to mourn; and well to satisfy said decree. ('rnberir, N. Happ, J. D. Sweat, Miss. Loca C. ..4 .lL.' ;
| miles to the north. Feeding The rank and file With set-up, well arranged n. E. KNIOIIT. SlHlrunk. O, b!. HlMtrunk. JOABlutrunk Htrlckland. J. H. : ,
4.000 was a different miracle preachers. She heard the call of Jesus printed newspaper as he does In Special'! Master In Chancery.A. uott, JI'. A. C. II.Hlloox Htrlckland, Clayton I : .
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of the preachers of this nation are And she went on home. Planninga B CREW. 4app, W. Ml.nlth Celmaii Htrlokland. Myra Lee .
tiding the 5000. self-sacrificing men. I viewing a good painting. Solicitor for Complainant. K H. Hmlth. JunluaSwindell Hllcox, Henry I
lesson today begins: "And true-blue large advertisement Is a work of e45tl| | Hcott. Mr*. Laura HannahHparkman Smith Mrs. I'uluHmlth ... .. .
fir am for them. She left her little familyTo The merchant tternbero Mr. (Uul It. M.Bparkman W. I', I' :
< went out and His dlclples, C C grieve and mourn for her art and calculation. NOTICH OK APPLICATION FOOt 4ltrunk Mr'. Clara Mr. Nellie' Hlrlvkland, Cha. ,J.. ', :. .. 1. U
|the towns of Caesarea Philip- I vacant generally writes his "copy" care- ""X 1)1:1:1): : '4tumi, Mr. Eva Stern W. A. Happ' MdnaHtnrnberB .. '. .
I I have known rather intimately Her place looks, Oh so of NOTICE IS HK1UOBY Hllcto J. UJmlth. liter, Sirs. ThereaHhcpnard Iluth '.(f ;
His bits wrapping paper, hoCJ'Ei; .
asked on
nd by the way He most of the evangelist sand lead- And empty Is her chair. lessly That. Mra.: Grace Kinney I : Mr*. Beatrice Lena Uelle Shatter 11. \ .
tples, saying unto them Whomen Dr. J. and the printer must use his Imagi- Tax. Certificate No. 184, Ird day of illcoit. L. L. Sullivan", C. I). -

say that I am?" I' Ing preachers of America.and Dr. R. A. No one can take a mother's place nation in planning lines departments Auguat In. A. U.office 1933.and ha made filed application certificate T t r; L.

f n are prone In these days tot Wilbur were Chapman both close personal For In Joy or in woe, "boxes," white space, bold for my tax deed to Issue thereon Inaccordance :Phoma rion, SalllPomvkln, W.. L. Thomas Thornton., Cha W. B. Thomas Thomas: .. Mr IT.;*A.. It. A. 4 iti: ivlt ;4.0'

> does not matter what views Torrey know Billy Sunday Her love can not be equaled and weak print so that there will with the law. Said described certificate *, Ll..leThoma Thomas, Nathan N.Thurntun Thomas, Jtobert L. .j 't ,.

old about Jesus. as long as we friends of mine. most I lovable man. On this earth below. be room for everything and that property embrace situated following In Bradford *, Mr*. Kdna: B. Mary Thompson, Ire 1 1V '

Jpt His teaching and obey It. well. He's a the whole will have a catchy, pleasing County, Florida, towlttVet half l1't

t Is not what Jesus Himself Paul Rader of Chicago fascinatingmen is one of But why mourn departed ones appearance. He has to figure Quarter of( Northeast and one Quarter acre of In NoitheaatCorner Houthenat Uclow, John L'tflow, Mr*. Louisa .. :

( ?ht. He regarded the future the most dynamic and Or fear at death's alarm- dimensions by the "point" ((1-72 of of Northwest Quarter. of V 0 : .

hrlatlanlty as bound up with I know. 'TIs but the voice that Jesus sends, an inch), and he Is under the disadvantage Southeast Quarter Section ii. Township Venallle. AlonWalnwrlnht ... ;
21 East,
C C C 7 South Range con- .' !
Jsht understanding of His per-i To call us to His arms. of having to ararnge In Laming 11 acre W ,,4 .: 'i
George R. Stuart who for a The aeMment of maid propertyunder Valnwrlvht, N. D. Blanche Wiley. Jack IW.II '
order to make It show .
New up
If there Is one thing the number of years was connectedwith But still we grieve to part with ydb, reverse the said: certificate Issued. was W. L. William, Nat Wlmberly, W. M.Wlmberly ; L '. '
f iment makes abundantly clear at love right when printed.A In the name of Mrs. Grace Kinney. Valnwrl.ht, Wm. Wiggins. Url Katie Bell '
this- Goa- the old Centenary College Mother dear, whom we that you buy for a Unless sail. certificate shall be re- Valnwrlvht, Mary O. Williams, A. n.WalnwrlKht William, Amos *I 1 :'...
-that the Christian Cleveland Tenn., where the Bob Though we feel sure you are at rest newspaper learned according to law, tax. deed (' *. Noble Itay Urace Wiggins: Laura Lea .41' .:
|>II not a teaachlng a philoso- and above. nickel costs the publisher six or will issue thereon on the 16th day of rlllm"*"''. S. Will. Mr. Florrla Wall' Martha I>. i
or a merely. It cen- Jones College Is now located In Jesus' arms seven cents to produce. No paper September A. D 1833.I Wall H. C. Warren Mr. Annie Wclnterllng, JI'. JWalnw..ht1 y
morality body rests on a hilltop near >ated this 11th day of August, N. D., Jr. Warren M. T. William. Mra. Gladys b : '
f In what Jesus w'as and did. whose at- We feel that Jesus led you througu can exist on its circulation alone. A. D. 1933. Nail Mr*. Lions Warren Albert M. Will, Mr*. Irene, : .

And they answered, John the Cleveland was a unique, gifted The swelling Jordan tide. It Is the advertising that "makesthe A. J. THOMAS, Vllllam. K J.Vllllam Warren Huchle William. T. a., Jr. i '. .
entertaining personality. Clerk of Circuit Court, .. Mr. Anetta I. :
:Ist: but some say, Elias; and tractive, uncompromising You went so peacefully to sleep mare go." Each person who .Bradford County, Florida. y p :!i

F>. One of the prophets." He was a man of the old days he As we stood by your side. has goods or service to sell-and 1-111811915 rouna. II. H. Toting. Mr*. II. II. Young, Theodore
convictions. In not forbid even doctors '
cit ethics do -
report showed that all per-
NO'I'ICFI 0" PI\I' '" ('II"RallJ .
Chau- ::
was one of the most popular dear one your peaceful to advertise-should __
believed that Jesus In some Sleep on. and lawyers Sixty days after date hereof, to-

represented God and HisAnd tauqua lecturers and prohibition sleep let It be known through the paper will lard day of September 1(31. I FUNERAL DIRECTORSOur _
final!
voucher and
I!. lecturers in the nation. From which none ever wake to and benefit himself as well will present my
thereby account to tha Honorable ft. K. Perry .
.. .
He said unto them. But weep as the publisher. The paper is a man, County, Judge of Bradford Many Years Experience; Make It PoMlble for U. to Render :. :

"a >ay ye that I am T And Pe- "Dr., Stuart, who Is the most ever A calm and undisturbed repose i,, great traveler and will make you, County charged all Florida, Administrator and ask of to the be dl Ha.*. EFFICIENT PKOMIT and COURTEOUS!: SERVICE "'.I .I t '1

wawereth and saith unto Him brilliant maa you have Unbroken by the last of foes. through your card, known in other tat. of Mary Klvola Andrew, deceaeed. MODERATE PRICES

> known?" I Inquired one day. DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY
u are the Christ." moment. God bless us, her little family places. This the 16th day of July, 193$.
hesitated a
atthew 16:1: gives Peter's an- George Stuart The printing office, seldom visIted O W. AND R WES. STAKKE. FLORIDA i : ,
Sam Small has the most And fit us for the sky Adm'r of Eat Mary Elrole Andrew, ,.,y l .c._______

r thus: "Thou art the Christ "Bob. mind of any man I have That when we are called away except on business U reallythe 7-2*|9t9-l| Deceased _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 'i i
Son wonderful most place In town.It .
of the living God"; and an equal We'll meet Mother dear bye and Important
9:20: gives It. "The Christ ofrrtor ever known. He hasn't Is an oasis In the desert of humdrum '

; In straight, unadulterated" That brain was bye.Written. and rule-by-thumb; a place HOW. WOMEN CAN WIN MEN !.

to that the disciples had power in this country. for her two precious where pretended knowledge must

..1 Jesus the Son of God. In Dr. Stuart's reply.. C daughters Betty and Doris. step aside for real; a place where

i. 1:41: Andrew found his C Sam the most skilled work Is done; AND MEN WIN

t:her Simon (Peter) and said Later. I came to know soracu\ OF TAX APPLICATION ItKKlt : FOR where Information looked In vain /.
home.
e have found the Messlaa which Small. He visited me In my few NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN, for elsewhere can be had. When 'i _

wing Interpreted the Christ," Several years ago Just a Bob That A. O. Pearaall I, holder of 11of the Governor or other dignitariescome The Favor of Other Men .

In weeks before we opened the Tax Certificate No. 430. Ird day to town the first place they .- -
| verse 49 of John 1, "Na- Dr. Small was In o< Auguit, A. D. Ull ha* filed said UnU e* two pint of bile Juice eaiNMt them to X Hd of tU poison tit1. : j
g"w answered and saith unto ,Jones College talking to me certificate In my office and mad visit .U the editor' "sanctum If flow daily f/om your liver Into d.ttrort your personal elI.... The* see t 7' ; p4.

J Rabbi thou art the Son ofPe my study. He was In the political thereon application In for accordance tax deed with to I..u.law we bear these thing. In mind we ..The Old Must Give Way your bowel, your' food decay. in do It. for lb.,. oojy nove out tbs tell end
men bowel .
about outstanding the follow- should consider ourselves favoredby bowels. of your end that do/t lake I
business Said certificate embrace your This poisons your away eaoaca of U* d184 110....... oTametie ,' .
and iltuated In Ie..._..Mfe.ts tmOdim,erfy
In Matt. religious. In*; described property having a newspaper "In our whole! body. MovemnnU get hard .
14.33 (When they Small. I have' County, Florida to-wit I -S. s.d .. ....- won't help at all.Oulr
r Fe m the boat during the storm) I world. "Brother Southeast Bradford Quarter of SoUthw.stQoart.r midst." !and constipated You get yellow a free Mow el t.w bile late will d .

P en they that In the ship tried to find somebody who could of $cllon 11, Township 1 H. E. LAGERGREN. a-.I wJcII- .. ... ..... tongue, yellow skin plmplas, dull top this desapoIio5 la jour bowel.Tb o
were orthodox creed for our South Ran.. 21: Kat. w .ee ,., Se -s.d .alea. -- eye., bad breath bad taste, gas, one mild ....tabl. .....''eJa. which start viS
F* and worshipped Him, saying, write an which covers The assessment of said property S ...ibe .11 .,"bisee..- dizziness headache. You have become free flow ef your bile Jules I* Carter*. L. 'IlL
11 truth art th eSon of God." college. I want a creed und.r th. said certificate issued wa Champoeg. Ore., has an apple _s.d .be.. el peeps oaf..,. Little Llrer rat. Ma calomel (* sr*) Jf .. -
fundamentals of the Christian In the; name of Unknown. old C an ofcly-looldng: foul-smell- '.. Carter" Oaly AM filii" v.g.t.W. ,
tT* lean continues "And He the want It so worded Unless saId certificate ball be redeemed tree over seventy year on 0.8 lot S.. lad ,.. ____ Injr sour-thinking person. You eatraeta. If you would. brlag KM. your 1 ,
f to teach them that the Son faith and I according to law tax d..dwill which the west half of the tree Is -........ ..,.. have lost your personal harm. Penoaal eharm to wU 5lsu. Mart' takla
!Man must that It will not give offense to any l I".u. thereon on the Ittb day ol blooms and then about ten days hHAROLD..... Everybody want to run from CarterLittle Liver Pills aeeord.a. to J ;
suffer
things
yon.
!
many orthodox denomi September, A. V. ttJ3. dlreetioM todar. .11.. *tra. *tar...
I be rejected of the elders and Christian of any Dated this llth day of August,, later the east half com into C. WALL But dont take salt, mineral ..,.,.. ""somtUa foe M good". fop Hand
Its I am unable to find any A. D. 133. bears I ma,.....1 ....._.testS 0.-1.1
nation. bloom. The tree annually >4. "',M\t\ J
lull11"I ? prlqt.. and scribes, write that creed. I A. THOMAS JNSURANCBSTARKE .T Vi j oi M..J uat1ve..pJU.lttxa* '"tfn Cll 'Utn. t2a. 'PIIJ" ...-....
f ktUexj one who can Clork of Circuit co. rt, about .twenty ,bushels l of .early live candies chewing and
and or
after three day. write It. Caa you write It for 'Bradford CountyTIorldiLllSStlSlJ : I FLORIDA gum S get wbat you **k Co.!. C1N. -$.0.. 1I.G e.1L t
again. And He -'pake that can't sweets. : -
Small hesitated ft [ t i '
roDe Dr.
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openly. And Peter took for ma

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,1 PAGE EIGHT AOAOTOBO. txttii?! T1Cit/iBAlR.1A1t6R' :, FLORIDA FRIDAY
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Bradford County Telegraph FUTURE FARMINGIt
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la unfortunate that, two ,or Maybe You've

Established 1877 ., three unprotltable strawberry seasons

.-mrr-s. =ear I have made It .impossible foririase '' ButOFF
Hea.rd'.lt
Published Weekly on Fridays. And Entered as Second .j moat Of.our farmers to make a trip ,

i Office at Starke Florida to the World' Fair la. Chicago 'f'
'il Matter at the Poet: Such a vacation would not only be

s$ entertaining, but would also be Instructive WEEK I

M E. L. Matthews_________________ Editor and Own and give them an idea of Funny+ isn't It,.how some weeksa
I what vast strides forward are being newspaper just seems to write Itself -

SUBSCRIPTION RATE made in farming as well as in while other times-well, we'd
other industries. rather not think about the "other
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable In Advance times." Some weeks you receive
It would the
give grower something
Advertising Rates on Application to think about, and a goalto ,one or two neatly written communications -
I strive for. The goal might be for "The Letter Box," and

far distant but It would be they're entertaining, too. Two or
talk about inflation keeps inflating. some-
Well, at least, the three women around town have
thing to keep his eyes fixed upon.
I ,,4 t 0 A farmer visiting the fair wouldsee parties and are thoughtful enoughto

Don't forget and close your store next Thursday after- chickens treated with ultra violet prepare notes and bring them -
rays and their hours of rest by the office without having to be
4L noon. trailed down with bloodhounds.Two &? : S
______ and work controlled by light. CowsIn
o a scientifically built lactery are or three stories break just in .-' p

School children will put their bathing suits away in mothballs automatically'' washed'"'and then time to liven up the front page and .1;1J;J1i/$ p.f Hon. SPMllfIs _

.., milked by sanitary, efficient equip the editor does not have to grab a d;
is Monday, : ment. Electric cooling and bottling pair of scissors and frantically clip wax tie floors Avshl/ming aver 71ils0/Ine"Do pin:!' /chl/Jllrel el I

o equipment has superceded old hand an article on strange marriage cus- tAm in their ;66aare jet 'win'S! :

Wonder how a German nudist would become a brown methods. There are no hay lofts in toms of the Polynesians In orderto fanana. leaves, rich in: ,"" P ??17* SO slick on th&r

7"'r shirt member? the modern barn-Instead, a large fill up a half-column gap. Ideas as. skates. .. Surface Mat small birds?are
new type silo within a silo stores for editorials come without coaxIng caught then
0 and the-t>nly difficulty Is to .
both ensilage and dry feeds and reduces -
h !, Attend the taxpayers' mass meeting at the court house, fire hazards. choose the ones you think will be

most forceful and effective. Ad-
Monday afternoon. In the fields of this model farm,
vertisers have Ideas of their own r
v,41 o pyi.( ( .' | our visitor would see still more
about how to write their copy, andwhat'
w;' ;'' ( A hick town is one where cow bells eliminate any necessity startling things. Even the tractor, more they get it In on time
thought up-to-date a short time
for alarm clocks. and It Is not written with a No. 3
ago, has been dispensed with Its!
hard The hitsit
pencil. proofreader
o place taken by an electric cable --. 1.-
off fine, and "all right does not .
u is which makes its about I ...
Whither are we drifting? item : The latest in inanity plough way appear "alright" more than two or
the field carrying its own self-
the kissing marathon. winding cable. three times.- Somebody's house
burns down In the country and the
o No doubt much'of this modern
refer to their will not into correspondent really gives it more
Sanford Herald pays that Californians equipment come gen-
space than the fact that Mrs.
eral use for several years, but it
/ rains as'liquld sunshine. Blank crossed the creek and visited
would serve as an inspiration to
o her sister; Mrs. Dash. Nobody asks
the average farmer, and determinehim
Why didn't the government do its part by putting better to make the most of the facilities you to omit a delectable Item, in
which the
they are involved on
tasting, glue on, the new NRA stamps? at his--o-disposal. grounds that "No one will be Interested -

o in that. Ah, those are -
TIlE HAWK AND TIlE BLUE $
under maybe the weeks when it seems as If we L ?
When the government's program gets way EAGLE g7s
N
are really getting somewhere,
hogs will become paying guests once more.
folks. But then, unfortunately,
(By RUSSELL, KAY) unknown
a News dispatches recently told of and more frequently, there Is the previously glaciersw

ti'r Nothing is so disappointing as to turn to the editorial a ''hawk attacking a "blue eagle." other kind of week The leading were discovered 6v the Afaruis of f
The emblem, displayed in a barber social light throws a big party and owe harp g all Uult"'
'
page of an exchange and find it missing. immediately leaves for parts unknown Ciyabsrfate and 6Y 1 7 ,r
show window, remains unscatched.The .
o hawk lies dead, with a broken and nobody else remembers en Meir recent flightof ol'r7 ep /torses do not- _

Our superintendent predicts eight months of school for neck., "the details." You receive 'one flit Everest-

h'' All his life this'hawk livedas communication for' "The LetterBox"
Bradford County. Let us hope he is right. ,had
-a lenghty and deltalled out-
a ruthless bird of prey. With
o line of the early history of Con ,
cruel talons and vicious beak he -
Mount Dora Topic says that since hair cuts have gone would sweep down on the weak and fucianism. Nothing happens that

up men's hair will be cut shorter and worn longer. defenseless. The timid field mousein i can legitimately be''placed on the I during the mid-afternoon, when the pared to boost it, or razz I It, i

search of a bit of grain;-the Industrious front page except an automobile temperature Is at its height. observations might justify.
o hen, producer and worker killing a sow three 'miles north of I From Other PensLOST Don't work In the heat of the Well, I've already given yon E|

Every business man should sign up with the Business ; the feathered songster, greeting town-and it wasn't a very good sun without the protection of suitable -. opinion. The Florida exhibit t if

Men's Club when it begins its meetings this month. the dawn with joyous throat; sow at 'that There doesn't seem headgear. Work In the shade I greatest display of Its kind on I U
o were his victims. to have been an idea for an edito- SOULS when possible. Persons working' fair grounds. It Is a masterpl
; rial since the World Conference of which every Floridian may i s
Then the "blue and
came eagle. on building operations con-
Clermont Press says: "Take for instance the tea kettle. flopped, and a nerve-wracking be proud. Great credit is due t
The hawk had never seen one be A story is told of how a preacher stantly exposed to the sun shouldbe
Though it's to its neck in hot water it still sings." perusal of your exchanges falls to workers who brought it about
y4 up fore. To his wicked little eye it tested the effect of the hard times permitted rest periods In the
reveal one worth quoting or stealing Now the time has come for 1
seemed a small defenseless creature hla congregation. At the conclusion shade.
tw' an idea from. Advertisers.- upon people of Florida to lend their
''weaker than himself, Its I of- one or nia sermons hesaid Don't rush, excepting urgent p pt
1 It must become awfully tiresome for the nudists-having cide that
they can get along without sonal co-operation, back
wings outstreached as If prepared In the house matters off I up
y' : "Let every man you might put until a
nothing to do bill just around without their clothes on. an ad because1' the weather committee and see the thIr|
go for flight, its claws occupied with who is paying his debts! stand up."' cqoler day what may be done to-
man has predicted rain for the
through. Florida's exhibit
m
yi o something he could not distinguish. Instantly every man, woman and
z weekend or else call you up Wed- day.Don't remain intact and picking'upthere aren't But he was the hawk, swift, pow. child, with one exception, arose to properly
i Business must be nearly
as nesday and eat too much or too fast.
; erful, others might fear this thing, night say you'll have ducte duntil the close of the Fij
many candidates in the city election as there were last year. but not him. He'would strike it, to write their copy'for them. The their f et. Eat sparingly' of meats, butter, on November 1.
proofreader out He seated them and then said: pastries or any fatty or starchy
was the night before
o kill It Accurately he timed his To accomplish this, we m
and "an attractive "Let those r.ct paying their debts foods. The diet should be light and
bride"
fall, muscles tense, claws and taf appears raise J10.00O by personal subscrlpj
1'1 Well, it's a break for the merchants that they are having as "un attractive bride." All stanl up." include non-heat-producing foods,
one ready; he hit at the throat of tion.' Karl Lehmann, secretary c
rip; to weigh cotton goods instead of wool during this hot weather. this mysterious bird. correspondents send in six items A ce-worn:: hungry looking individual such as fresh vegetables.Don't the Seminole County Chamber 0
about themselves and one about clothed In his last sum forget to drink plenty of
o Then he crashed With a dull Commerce, has been appointed|
f The human would make strides if it sickening thud he fell lifeless > to their sister-in-law who lives next mer's suit slowly assumed a per- cool water. retary of a committee to raise t
race were as easy door. The man who and leaned Don't to bathe A
the pavement. Something had was driving :>'-nt\icular position forget dally amount through popular aubi:
to find fault with ourselves as it is to find flaws in other stopped him. Some Invisible force In the automobile accident comes pon the seat in front of him. shower In the morning prepares the

people. had stood between him and that by to tell you that he'll stop bU "How Is it, my friend," inquiredthe way for the day's work. Another tlon.You and I and everybodywill i
paper if you print a'word about 1.;, bath before retiring at night induces -
o "blue eagle. Something he could minister, "that you are the only be asked during the next f
1 not see and could never under and threatens'the continuance 01 man in this large congregation whoIs : _sleep.Don't weeks to become "A Friend i
1 Governor Sholtz has designated September as safety your physical well-being, to boot. "
stand. unable to meet his obligations? wear heavy clothing. Florida." A friend of Florida 1
month. Better not make any wisecracks about the wife's And so Is born a modern fable of And to cap the climax the press "I publish a newspaper," he Lightweight and loose-fitting clothIng this instance is the man, woman o

I new fall hat. Aesop: "Once upon a time there man gets the bobs papers 'on wrong and meekly replied, "and most of the Insures comfort. child who will co-operate by i

s was a hawk and a blue eagle." where page seven unexpectedly brethren here who have just stood Don't permit children to play exposed scribing one dollar or more to t Si-!!
o Could it have been the guiding page two should be and vice up are my subscribers, and-" to the direct rays of the sun. I special fund for the maintenance o

The World War is. said to have cost $340,000,000,000.Rather hand of Providence that caused versa.does his Then bit too, the make-up man "Let us pray!" exclaimed the Don't take children on shopping our exhibit at the Fair.

expensive amusement for a few politicians who felt this strange occurrence? Could it by forgetting tochange minister.-BrooksvllIeMournal.: tours or to hot, stuffy indoor fund i
the date and Each subscriber to the
be that this bit of blood, spattered you appear in ---p .. amusement
places. bet-
like a good fight: the mails exactly one week late They are ceives a neat lapel button bead
on an obscure barber shop window, TilE BLESSING OF PAIN ter off at home, in the shade, wearing of Flot
Friend
to the "A
according the
masthead. Butdon't inscription
-4 o was sent as a solemn warning, like soant and
It's perfectly proper to refer to your car as "she." Note wise a symbol of hope a new get the idea we're complaining ( ",. loose-fitting cloth- Ida" also a sheet of 100 seals !for
It would be difficult to advertilin
folks. Life would become intolerably extremely ,Ing.'inOQ.t use on out-going mall
the freakish body styles.-Inland Empire News. And high troubled"handwriting and turbulent on the wall nation for? a dull if It presented no convince the average person rthit forget to select the cooleat the "Florida Exhibit.

., running expenses. Millions of "blue eaegles" have problems to be surmounted. We'd pain Is a blessing. And yet that is room In, the house for the infant: Every dollar contributed to w'

0 made their appearance throughoutthese grow fat and lazy-that is, if we exactly what it is at times. WereIt The temperature In the shade out.doont" deserving fund will return a hun

,. United States and there are Could grow any lazier-and sooneror not for the pain which the child is often lower than the temperature dred dollars to our state dolUn
How many cross-state canals would there be if every among us human hawks who, like later old man self-complaisance feels as be puts his hand upon the in the house. Take ad- which will be spent in Florida till!

1 Florida town could have one dug where it thought the logical that deluded bird of prey, resent would drop around and make a pal hot stove, the hand might be con vantage'of the shaded spots in the fall and winter by the thousand
location should be? relinquishing the ruthless'power lout of us, and it would all be over sumed or frightfully disfigured before parks. visitors who will come here as a direct

and freedom they have enjoyed. the burying. We just told you it was lifted from the stove by Don't permit the old folks to exert result of the Florida ExblUt
o 'Unconcerned with the welfare of : all this because we knew you had the child or by his mother WereIt themselves during a hot spell. i Directly, or Indirectly, you personally

It's hard enough to keep your mind on business these hot others, they would continue the found it that way in your business, not for the pain felt In the abscessed They can be made comfortable at are bound to benefit TM

days without seeing an automobile hurry down the street selfish course that leads only to de too. Why don't you sit down and tooth, the victim might not home by wearing the least amountof more money put Into circulars t II
loaded struction. write us about it? Maybe you'll know of the secretion of poisons l clothing possible and resting In this state by tourists, homeseekefl
with
fishing poles. They too, would strike and destroy feel better. until after they had been distributed the shade,-Lisbon Falls Enter. and Investors, the better it will iii

0 this new symbol that heralds throughout the body. So also prise., for all of us.lOur .

Someone has said that land that is as poor after ten years the dawn of a brighter day. Here CUB! STUFF i pain In other parts! of the body 1.1Nature' ar return on'thls Investment*
and there those bolder than the Walter Winches in a recent column warning that conditions not confined alone to those ww!
of'farming as it was in the beginning should be looked -
uponas others, will viciously attack It. tells a story about a school are not right, and that warning '---' actually come here and spend tnw

,a reflection on the farmer. But they will find, as did the of journalism graduate at Colum continues until those conditions aremade ;moo Late money in the state. Count"j*

i 0 feathered hawk, that an invisibleyet bit University that was current at right. Pain then Is often a thousands have been sold. on..t

g Scores die in sizzling heat waves in the North, while Flor- Inpenetrable barrier stands between the time we were enrolled there.Here' blessing In disguise. superior qualities of Florida cii.w
1 them and their prey. The the way he tells It: So also disappointment, adversity I fruit, Florida seafoods, Florida*
o
Ir idians bask in the comfortable breezes.-Florida Advocate law of "the greatest good to the "One of the school of journalism and misfortune, at times, prove elassij3S.ene.l7. gars and a variety of other prod

( : Did you say basking or basteing? greatest number" baa taken the graduates at Columbia University themselves to be blessings In disguise N0N,1tAYAr.cily ucts for which we must find a national

o place of the rule of "might Uright. was grooming himself.for what islaughingly though their helpfulness is an + market.

." Public opinion, that mighty known aa "the greatest scarcely recognized when first experienced Can we afford to have the dins
Of the twenty-four states where beer has been legalized, unseen force, stands guard in defense profession' in the world. He landed Many times In the It seems .that the Florida Cen- of the magnificent Florida Exhibit

l Florida drank least of all during May. Go ahead and inter of the "blue ea&le"'and woe a job with a New York rag and midst of these experiences, it requires tury of Progress Exhibit Commission closed and advertise to the world

_ pret that piece of news the way you want to. to the deluded hawk so rash aa to snared a locker with one of the the faith of a Browning to has reached the end of its financial that Florida started sornetnlnj lilt
doubt Its power. telegraph operators.. One rainynlgbt declare "God's In his Heaven all' rope has tied a knot In It, couldn't finish? Shall we bang
eft o -- -- e he went to claim his bat and well with the world." For the man and Is hangin there yellin' for help. said that the Florida Exhibita
s The U. S. Government is planning to do away with &5,000-. Much cotton sheeting Is used for coat. The telegrapher bad fastened I of less faith and lower vision, timeIs With the limited funds at their Hash In the pen? No! We m 1utt

000 hogs, including probably as many more unborn. What the Ethoplan costume a note on the door handle which needed to give the true perspec command the men and women re go on and finish the job. .A
read: Keep this locker locked. tive.-Highlands American. sponsible for Florida aw
I putting on Florida's U you believe in
will Florida editors do if this
causes a chit'ling shortage? In 1863 the salmon pack totaled have a bug In here! ._o__ |exhibit have accomplished amazing want this state to grow and prot'

o 6.00O cases, in 1931 approximately "The pale carbon of Greeley, not DON'TS FOR HOT DAYS results.! I per, if you believe in the norld&

_j It is a safe and good rule to sojourn in every place as if 6.391,416, each containing forty. knowing how large the bug was, or Dr. A. A. Cairns! Director of The exhibit ls selling Florida to Exhibit at the World's Fair MO

you meant to spend your life there. Never omitting an opportunity .. eight one-pound cans. how poisonous its bite was, went I Public Health Philadelphia has thousands of people. Its benefits want, to see properly nselatun itloD,
i
-C home in the storm without his bat made will the expo
public a list of thirteen"don't. be felt by Floridians for until the close of
i of doing kindness, or speaking a true word, or making a The popular belief that a person and coat. ." to be observed during the to come. It will do more Ito years do your part by mailing your toe I Itrtbution

;'1 rri a friend.-Ruakin. falling from a great altitude will "A bug, of course, Ja what a heat wave In an effort to cut down new people and :new money to bring the of one dollar or molt i to

o 'be rendered unconscious before'reaching telegrapher calls a telegraph-send unnecessary suffering. The recommendations stats than any advertising we have the Commission Chairman. M"1

the ground. has been exploded lag Instrument. include a light diet, ever done In the past. Mayo< Tallahassee.
A Washington ,columnist writes: "Representative Rob by Army filers.. WincheD, who holds a degree light clqthlng. "-

ert A.;Green Is in Washington. {th!\.week.,looking after affairs I : ----S from the school of experience only shady side of th i'tI'ee'and keeping on properprotectioalOl'.tIa&headwIIlle the u i I visited an: unbiased the exhibit last month General WapCgtoo surrendered
The
observer. mander.ln.
z. ConnecticutLegislature i'probably Intended the story' to .JJktt Me as"C ,
of the < eesMitaaiieji
in th..IIL .
Second District: Ji.w.nderlnp.around: Washing passed ntany, 1 had read
k { a law making it an offense point out the silliness of the glowing acCOUDta -
a college The lists. of-"doa'ta"readr c chief: of the ity In,1T$3.,
ton we: hear many things} e1 el-.among them is praise for thej-to'showother than Eastern Standard education, which it doesn't, at alL Don'texpo.i yourself\ Unnecessarily I of;what was being accent- '

Congressman's. speed and definiteness in attending to mat Time, but Daylight Saving'was Walter, himself themartdidn't to the direct rays.of-the sun fonnysalf.pushed there' but f wanted to see &:;Ia streamed that can !*"
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: ters." '' shown In thirty-three cities and know what a "bug" was until .Walk on the shady sl
) towns. somebody told him! .. 1 street Keep"'Indoors' If possible I would u.lb.wa.n'e I all they claimed; have been invented.to- be carded
say so. went there pre- seaplanes.
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