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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 8, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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In Advance E. L. Matthews; Edtor and 01nl jJ ,
taDlished 1877 Subscription-For Year $1,50; Six Months 75e- -payable
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u'ME FII''Y.FlVE STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, 8. 1933 .

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torn Felt Here; Red Cross Local AppealsTo ChapterFor Col. J. L Frazee Quiet City.Election Next ForecastFor {Week; Unsigned Notes BOARD TO PROCEED


Aid To Homeless Few Have Opposition '

Is : '\ ) Dies In .,, -, Request CountyTo
Light SleepAt
lamage ; : A drive to raise relief funds for Indications are that voting will WITH RIGHT-OF-WAY 1if

Florida families ,left destitute by be light In the city election to be

the: recent storm Is being requested held here Tuesday. Only 881 eiec- Bonds
Rain Welcomedi by the National"Red Cross Head- Home HereLocal tore have qualified this year aa Buy

quarters I In Washington, accordingto compared with 515 who announced

a telegram received here by Mrs -- :, their Intention of 'voting;' September Definite ON ROAD 1 13 PROJECT | <

i- Peoin I Crops Estimated rot D. Wainwright, chairman of the 'Attorney Was Friend Of ,a year ago. Commissioner Postpone

JAt Twpnty-Fh'e To .'Ih1rty'Per : Bradford County chapter.It President R'eltLegal The light qualified list Is accounted Action On Uw Of Kanner

I Cent is estimated that at least 2,000 Editor On World ; for by the fact that there ,Bill -, ,I

families have been' left homeless! Is opposition for only two Jobs on Demonstration Agent RESCIND RECENT ACTION: 4

Lib and heavy rains were and State Red Cross chapters are Col. J.: L. Frazee, prominent local the city's list. C. A. Futch and County Commissioners of Brad-taking To Inspect Pantries I 4Y
winds
ford County again postponed
share of the being urged to raise a relief fundof attorney and former legal editor of Carl Johns are competing for Committee; 'Appointed To Invest* ,
dford County's the New York World any definite action, under provisions Of Bradford Women
$100,000 to be used exclusively died in his clerk; W. M. Edwards, E. W.
Inlcal which arose several gate Before) Beginning Condom- ,
storm of the Kanner bill when !
Florida.. sleep at his home here Friday, N W. L. '
I
Hayes,
T. Sternbergt nation + r;
Indies area
the West reconsidered the matter at ,Proceedings
ago in Donations toward the fund will September I, He was alone'at the Wall are running for council, and they :Miss Isabella Thursby of Tallahassee -

I pursued a ,straight course be received by Mrs. WainWright or time; his wife, Annie A Frazee, only two of them will be elected. their Monday meeting. The board extension economist in food
The of
the east coast of Board of Bond Trustees
lowest! toward F, F. Stump, was visiting their daughter, },frs. had taken similar action several conservation, will spend a part of
Lrida. The center of the hurrl- Taylor Belcher, at Garrtaon-on-the Inspectors of the election are T. months ago, but the matter was next week assisting Miss Pearl Bradford County voted Monday

L struck near Ft Pierce and Hudson in New York State. D. Rickenbaker, Fred A. Scott and brought up for discussion! after Jordan, home demonstration agent, morning to again take up the work
Sunday night, and passed R. A. Newsom. The polls will be members recently received several of securing righta-of-way on the
art School in checking Bradford County
High James Lewis
BUS" the state In a diagonal dl- BeginsThirtyNinth have been Frazee, who would open from 8:00: o'clock a,m. until anonymous notes enclosing: news- budget pantries in food conserva- Road 13 cut-off between Stark { r

Ition. entering the Gulf.of Mex- the sixty-seven of years old on sundown paper clippings, concerning coun- tion. and the Alachua County line. ; lc F
twenty-third this
month
1 at a point north of Tampa. ties that had taken advantage of The proposed project Is part of i
was born In La. In Miss Jordan her
Term Opalouaaa, He January gave
to the state was estimatedmore the bill, and Inquiring, "Why the Federal government's: $5,000- i
mage was the son of a Methodist minister demonstration women an outlineof
than $1,000,000. New River SchoolIs doesn't Bradford County do like 000 road building program' forFlorida ; i 4
Henry Bascom, Frazee, and pantry budgeting. At least sev-
this?" and would Involve the ,7j t
little harm was done locally outs Amelia. Lewis Frazee, daughter of enty women have attempted to r
Registration First: Day Slightly spending of approximately $70,000) t,
C from twenty-five The notes requested! that the ,
of destroying Judge Th6maa H. Lewis, and plan their canning to meet this
flirty per cent of the pecan crop Vmler That Of Last granddaughter of Seth Lewis, first Now Suspended State Treasurer be petitioned to budget In order to have welt-bal for labor in this county within the ,

jb.. nearing maturity. It t h estl- Year Judge of the'supreme court of. the I use funds now on hand or to be accumulated anced meals twelve months In the next few months '

BtcJ that from; four to five Inches district of Louisiana. for the retirement of As a surprise move on August
Irain fell here In showers that The Bradford County High I matured Improvement bonds and year.Miss 7 the Bond Trustees voted to abandon '
Of Teacher. In Cause>
Mr. Frazee moved to Florida In ileelgnatlon Jordan says that the state
School its term
Monday opened thirty-ninth Interest in Bradford Coun- the work of securing rlght -of-
It up almost continually 1876. He was law clerk In the of- Of ('IOIdnJr-wm; Reopen coupons la offering attractive prizes to the
I'it and\ all day Tuesday, but this Monday morning with an enrojl- fice Soon ty, for the purchase of other bonds, way for the project as being too i;
of Fleming & Daniel in Jacksonville county and the Individual who have
Inpour was welcomed by farm- ment of 660 students, five less than I not matured, at the lowest possible expensive. Efforts were then made 'S;,
during his study of law, the greatest number and the best
the number registered the first
that on -r-;; ;the' price. to have the funds used for hard-
|who had been complaining New River
day of last year' However, it Is and was admitted to the bar at the Suspension of these budget pantries.In .
I weather prevented them from age' of twenty. school for the time being was or- Such action, members of the spite of unfavorable weather surfacing the grade from Starke '
that the number of
expected: registrants -
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strawberry plants. dered board said would the countythe to the Florida State Farm, but
Jung- the Bradford f
He was married to Annie Alvarez by County give
will be Increased to more conditions, Miss Jordan says, there
Plant City Suffers Board benefit of the low of the they were unsuccessful aa this has
of Public
Instruction at Its price
than 700 during the next few daysof of Starke In 1889, and practiced has been a decided Improvement In '
Federal
trawberry growers In the school. law here for a number of years. Monday meeting. According to the bond, but would increase the the canning calendar gardens and not been designated as a ,
state did not He minutes of the of the amount of defaulted bonds and aid road. ,
|;hern part of the was for several years on the secretary orchards this year over previous
CoL H. V Knight made the prin- board would without doubt Involve the At the Monday meeting of the
so well, however.- Reports Daily Picayune In New Orleans the action *as occasionedby years. The women have shown a u
j Plant City Tuesday said that cipal address at the opening exer- ,and later moved to New York City the resignation of W. S. Sibley county In a lawsuit. keener interest in the preparationof board a motion was made to reconsider -
cises held in the school auditoriumat
Jreds of farm,acres were Imra- 'where he was legal editor of the and Mrs. George W. Kenly, who Members of the board announcedthat these products In order to pre- the defeated resolution of p
9:00 o'clock. He said that he '
Ted and millions of strawberry : from the New York World for sixteen years, comprise the faculty:! 'of the New taxpayers are invited to express serve aa much of the food value aa August 7, providing for securing; '
was departing conven
pita were under water as there/ !after which he returned to Starke River school their views to the commis- possible, she says.Taxpayers'. rights-ct-way "by condemnation or 1

of a ten and one-half inch tional opening address by telling I and resumed his practice of law I' Superintendent A. J. Griffis sold! sioners at the next regular meetIng otherwise," and this time it was) 1'.') '
his audience that ;
young they were '
trail there. until' the time of his death. October 2.DIMCUM passed !
living ,their lives now instead of Wednesday that It is hoped to reopen ,, ,
L estimate of the damage toiwberry only preparing for life. "All worthwhile I' Colonel Frazee was vice-presi the school Monday, althougha County Agents Meet W, E. Torode and H. P. Galney f

plants there was im- life Is a progress in learning," dent of the Bar Association and principal has not yet been ap- The board also Invited to be pres- were appointed as a committee to I'

Islble, reports said, as farmers Colonel Knight said. chairman of the Democratic Committee pointed. The appointment of Miss ent at the next meeting; those who make some Investigation of rights-

lied over their fields surveying in this county, and was very Martha Groover of Brooker as assistant are for and against the present ar- of-way before going forward with 1 ,i t ,
(situation and hoping for a dis- "A new era of" co-operation Is.. active in the past campaign for principal was announced rangement of hiring a county fahm Brings Out Crowd condemnation proceedings. 4
,
being ushered in, the speaker continued I
President
llnuance of the showers which Roosevelt. They have this week. agent and a home demonstration At this meeting the board also '
listed.\ Sluggish drainage ditch- I 'The day of rugged Individualism been friends' since the Presidentwas The board at this meeting also agent. Several delegations have appeared authorized Jack Wynn to make ,


trough the lower sections andand approaching when the standard of the election, Mr. Frazee vis- Rosier as trustee of the Lawtey recent months objecting to the Flgurva To Parked CourtRoom Sampson City road with assistance a '
our achievement will be not the
lakes formed over great I ited, 'President Roosevelt, at hi.W.rm school, and G. W. AnOews as trustee method used, and It is the board's t. of emergency relief labors ,
amount of money we have amassed -
j of tillable lands prepared"torling Springs Ga., home of the New River school John wish to take definite and final action i
or set out toj long rows of I but contribution" to the welfareof In recognition of Colonel Frazee's Shuford was appointed to fill the In the matter. Of the $72,000 on the 1932 tax -,

t submerged berry,plants. others, he concluded. ability and standing as a vacancy at Lawtey and Eustace roll of Bradford County $32,000 Is State Valuations

J Streets Here Uttered Prof. L. A. Gray, who Is entering member of the bar, he was recently Kelly was appoltned to New River Minutes of the board follow in yet unpaid, A. J. Thomas, clerkof ,

treets of Starke Tuesday morn- his second term as principal at appointed attorney for the Federal The superintendent was instructed full: the circuit court, told a crowded ,, 1 i

were littered with limbs of : B.H.S., made a brief address of Home Loan Bank Board. to make an effort to supply September 4, 1933. court room, a* the mass meting MillionsBradford J

9, leaves and moss, and in sev- welcome to the students. Mr. Gray Funeral services for the prominent seats needed in the various schools The Board of County Commissioners held there Monday afternoon.Of Drop '

places they were Inundated also corrected a rumor, which he attorney were held Sunday throughout the county. of Bradford County met at the $19,000 assessed for

[re the day was over because of said was being spread about, that afternoon from the Episcopal The board granted transportation 10:00: a.m. with the following mem- schools, $8,000 remains unpaid. Mr. -

km sewers being clogged with the Starke school would have no (Continued on page 4.) to patrons of Boatdraln schoolStarke's bers present: O. W Hinson, chair- Thomas continued. Twelve thou- County Forty-Second In

iris. Several awnings and signs football team this season- Such a man; J. M. Rosier, L. It. Conner, sand dollars of the $23,000 Interest Population-Fifty-Fourth In I
is without foundation the Mallory Thomas, and O. W An- Assessment
Bund town showed evidence oftg report and sinking fund for the retirement
principal said, and proved his drews. of road bonds and Interest -
battered wind but con-
by no
rable damage was done. statement by calling the first practice \ Part In NRA Program I :Minutes of last regular meetingand Is still uncollected. This amount Assessed valuation* of real estate r '

Ihe water in Kingsley Lake, for that very afternoon. i special meeting August 28, If paid, would be almost enough to' In Florida for taxation decreased! ? ,

ular summer resort here, bad Two new teacners have been I were read and adopted. take up Bradford County's $18,000 nearly $85,000,000 dollars In the
jtn six or seven Inches by Tues- added during recent weeks because The N. R. A. plan Is designed to put five million men back on pay Report received from L. T. Dyer, worth of road bonds that are In default year from 1931 to 1932, figures In
rolls in a short time. county agent, relative to Ume In .
the office at Tallahassee
V night, completely covering the of resignations by members of the he said. Comptroller's ; :
beach that had been enjoyed faculty. Those added were:: Mrs. When this U done, 20,000,000 people (assuming four to each wage which he will be in the county. Mr Thomas' figures showed that show.Bradford s(.

J residents during the past two Almeade Hoffman of Apalachicola, earner's family) will suddenly be placed in position to buy, the normal Same ordered filed.A of the sub school levy of $7,600, County with a 1934 ti': :
letter received from C. L.
three dry seasons. At one pointter who will teach in the business de- necessities of life. That means that the total trade*vbtam.<,of the was there remains to be collected population of 9,400 ranks forty-

covered the highway to thee partment, and 'Miss Annie Mae nation will, upon the complete acceptance. of this plan, be lifted by Bank Stockwell of Starke, conservator that for be the at 3000. Of the fine and forfeiture second In population but stand : !

and ponds that had been dry Pearce of Starke, who will teach in from ten to twenty per cent. all times carries, stating the fund, $3,900, there is still unpaid fifty-fourth in assessed valuation

years were overflowing lateday the grades. Those resigning were: Starke will have a definite share In this Increased prosperity to bank burglary and robbery necessary Insurance $1,700.A which was fl, I8,182.

afternoon Mrs. Frankle Hudson and H. C. the extent that It participates in the plan, so there Is a responsibility to at all times protect the deposits total of $250,000 in unpaid The total, for the tax year of # t t

estaurants and-hotels here ref Brown. on every citizen,here to co-operate to the.utmost to make this gigantic In the said bank. Letter was back taxes Is on the books of Brad- 1932, was $436,418.001, against

ted a rushing business Tuesday, Ninth grade diplomas, and foot- national plan a complete success. Every EMPLOYER and every CON- ordered filed.Applications. I ford County today.Mr Thomas es- $320,403,908 for 1931. Florida's)

plug refugees from .the, storm ball and basketball letters, which SUMER has a definite responsibility to assume. of Mrs. Pink Thorn timated. population In 1930, when the last 1, y ;r

ra. arrived too late for presentation, at The Employer's Responsibility ton and Mrs. Dove Holder for pau- Several of the largest taxpayersIn Federal census was made, was '

ecause: of washouts, no trains commencement exercises out at'the in con-the N. R. A. calls upon every employer to shorten hours of labor so per allowance, which were laid the county were present ,In the 1,468,211. r
IVe ed! here from Tuesday morn- spring, were given as to make room for more employees. over from last regular meeting, court room and announced their Intention Assessment reductions, the Com- le j

t until Wednesday at noon. I clusion of Monday's. program. Each industry will before long adopt its own code which will\ fix were denied. of paying their 1932 taxesIn troller' office said were due to '

\ Many Are Homeless I MANY ENJOY FREESHOWSPONSORED the Increased labor obligations to be assumed by all firms associatedwith Motion was duly made and carried order to take advantage of the property going off the books because ,
I
,bt eports from Stuart Tuesday BY TIIEATR that particular Industry. Until that time all employers are asked that Mrs. E M. Coloman's benefits of the Futch bill. They of non-payment of current "
said :500 persons were home-I to sign the President's name be discontinued on the pau urged the smaller taxpayers to fall taxes, and also were due'tn.p.rt id' ,, w
Agreement and to meet the hours and
, there and that assistance was wages roll. In line and make every effort to a general scaling down of assessed ,
filled the Ritz established per
Ned! 1 Capacity crowds in that Agreement. This agreement Is sometimes referredto
>bad Immediately. Winter Ha- theatre at its first Sunday show as the Blanket Code. Carl Hough appeared before the pay this year If they wished the valuations by county tax as eslOrs.
200 homeless housed In the For board asking for relief for J. C. continuance of our public school Only four of the state's sixty- r '
free to the
which was public. The success of N. R. A. therefore calls
ment of the Presbyterian ; next Sunday the theatre has scheduled for the cooperation of Padgett, upon motion duly made system, and our present. form of seven counties Hardee, Baker t
EVERY EMPLOYER.It .
urch and fed by various churchla Wakulla and Okeechobee '
"Hal ,and carried request was denied. government. -Increased ;
| the city. Al Jolson's new picture, Is to the Employer's self-Interest to do this. Why: ? Because I W. T. Turner appeared before their assessed valuations while t. I
newsreel
lelujah, I'm a Bum. A Following the meeting, county
o deaths were attributed ditly also 'will* be Included In Sunday more people working, with bigger payrolls,wtll.Increase the marketfor the board asking for reinstatementon officials said the response to their others slashed-ln varying amounts C
to the hurricane and one to his goods. Every dollar spent by .
an Employer noWfor Increased the pauper roll, the request was call for a mass meeting had been ,
auy on opposite sides of the programs. payroll will return many fold as business flows from denied. '
a Government
BeginsHogBuying
consuming
will be
te. "I Cover the Waterfront" gratifying, and that they believedthe ,
Ighways shown Tuesday and Wednesday of public, once more able to buy to supply Its unfilled needs Betty Sermons appeared before I talks had been beneficial to a Progrant ,

rtd& suffered throughout next week. It features Ernest Tor- So EVERY EMPLOYER SHOULD SIGN THE PRESIDENT'S the board asking for relief assistance large number of taxpayers who '
the '
from worse damage report rence, whose recent death saddened AGREEMENT AT ONCE. her request was denied. had become confused at the ,various The government proposes to buy i

Lucie g Canal the road between the his many film friends, and robbed The Consumer's ResponsibilityEvery The board directed the clerk to Interpretations placed on the 4,000,000 hogs weighing from

here twelve and Lake Okeecho- the screen of one of its most lov- Individual, man and woman, who buys anything, owes it to advertise for bids on wood for the Futch bill.Speakers. I twenty-five to 100 pounds) and} ts, ; '

e \\ miles of blghw.ylashed able and competent acton. himself and his community and to the nation, to buy only from those county court house and Jail said of the afternoon were: ,1,000,000 sows weighing over 375 t

out.. An added attraction Tuesday and Employers who have taken the Increased burdens of Increasing payrolls bids to be presented to the boardat Col.D., E. Knight, Senator R. L. 'pounds that are near ready to far..

ffn Wednesday will be Blng Crosby in to bring back prosperity. This Is to the self-interest of the consumer the next regular meeting. Black of Gainesville, Superintendent row according to L. T. Dyer coun...

Speaks Twice i an amusing short "Sing Blng, because no citizen can fall to share In this added prosperity. It will Application of John and Mary L. F, Chapman of the Florida i ty agent and the people of the

At Labor Day Fetes Sing." reflect In Increased values for everything he owns. It will make his :Snowden for pauper allowance was State Farm Judge A. Z. Adkins, !county are asked to, take advantage ''
,laid over until next regular meetIng and A. J.. Thomas.: A. J. Orlffls, of It.
present, position more secure by reversing the prace.s of deflation.
ongressman R. A. Green has retJy GARDENING LECTURE SERIES and clerk Instructed to requestan superintendent of public Instruction -
: SO EVERY CONSUMER SHOULD SIGN THE CONSUMER'S The prices, Mr. Dyer says, range
returned to his home here WILL. BE BROADCAST SOON investigation by the County presided over the meeting.
a brief PLEDGE, which commits him to do his part In this great national Social Relief worker. from six cents per pound for small f '
stay In Washington, er pigs to about eight cents for the
C economic experiment. Motion made and i
where he few Miss Pearl Jordan, county home carried that PROHIBITION COMMITTEEWILL
P'e'frtag with spent government a days dent demonstration agent, baa received The duty of every citizen of Starke Is therefore plain: The President board rescind their action of August 1'IEETRlDA'" NIGHT ,larger ones.,.Plgs) should be In good J;

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officials and cabinet notice from the extension serviceat ( has said: 28, at which meeting- the condition.In +

nbers In' matters affecting the the University of Florida thata "On the basis of this simple principle of everybody doing board agreed to donate $10.00 for The executive committee of the order to prevent hog buyers

r sad
L gardening will be given over on unemployment. It will succeed if our people understand room project of the Emergency ford County is requested to meetIn on them it will probably be .

[ Green reports that all Indl- station WRUF each Wednesday at It-In the big industries, In the little shops. In the great Relief Council, the board then the Mission Study Hall. Odd Fellows necessary to have a statement 13.

''One are for Improvement In 8:00: o'clock pm, beginning Sep cities and in the small villages. There 4s nothing complicatedabout I agreed to pay bills regularly submitted building at 8:00 o'clock Frl from' Mr. Dyer before carrying the '

-nesa conditions and an increase tember 13. it and there Is nothing particularly new In the principle. 'I' at regular meetings for the day night. hogs to market.

employment; during the coming Miss Jordan believes that those It goes back ,to the basic Idea of society tad of the Nation purchase of such supplies* not to The following names) were added I T,be only place qualified to han '

od winter. Interested, in gardening will find itself that people acting In a group can accomplish things I exceed $5.00 for any one month this week to the forces In this) dle; these hogs In Jacksonville la

Labor Day the Congressman the talks helpful in settling their which no individual acting atone could even hope to bring and' not I to exceed' $10,00 In the county: Mrs. W, B. Parks) Dr, Frank,E. DennU. and this offer will sti

to In Perry at celebration problems, as every effort Is being about. I aggregatesThe George H. Lowry Mrs George II. expire,the lost,day of September I '

Uored l by the American Legion, made to make the series applicableto clerk was Instructed to notify Lowry. Mrs. D. C.,Knight Mrs. A. or earlier If the required number of (' .
Starke.must do 1U in
also at Fannra Springs where everyday gardening ha Florida. called part this great plan. It has never failed all county official that effective W. Redgrave, C. I* Carter'Mrs..J. hogs'are bought ,before that time. f ,i hl

Mdressed' the citizens of GU- She will be glad to furnish copiesof when the nation and It will not fail now. this date,' :no said official W. White, Mrs C. F. Fitzgerald, C. Therefore Ml Dyer asks that .

";' &'I.. and Levy Counties the subjects for each week's 8TERNBERG, would be allowed to make pu,=,- H. Walters L. L. Conner Mrs. T. the farmers get their hogs to. mar' .'r s"h

t festival. lecture upon request r.--, ._ .. Chairman N. R. A. mmittee. (Continued on page it) Olson and Mrs. P. S. Deaior jt, ket as soon as possible. ,

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!: 1 IDESCRIBES FABM ,': HAMPTON TRIMS RAIFORD. 7-6 "" ,lowing Florida;, It"f:1: ,0r'7,County I. 9, of, 109 egraph"feet)Is and hereby"Bradford designated County as Tel thenew.paper I I this Starke lOth. Bradford day ot August County! ;,Ior-, .

SUNDAY AT PREVATT FIELDHAMPTON. Block II In Ward City In Section S, In which this notice shallbe (OFFICIAL SEAL) Uaa
BROOKER South, SO East published once a week for (ourconsecutive A.
HAMPTON f I Township 7 Range ; 3. TJOMU i
; weeks
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at Southeast corner Clerk, '
also, commencing
/ ADJUSTMENT PLAN Sept. 7.-The local HIM Van 0.,..,..c.r. of BE 14 of SWV4\ of said Section Witness the Honorable A. Z. Adkins Bradrord county, Plorn,
/ Mtmm AAa Iflmm*. Cv.Rev. defeated Raiford Township, and Range, and run West as Judge of this Court, and the EAt Knl.ht. .
baseball team
seal of this court In the Town of orneys for Plaintift45rlii
181 yards, thence run North 80 yardsto .
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r Sunday afternoon at Pievatt' Field south boundary of Ward City, /
Agricultural CoII. President of Campvllle by a score of 7 to 6. I Eld. Sam Green, Mr. and Mrs. thence East alone said boundary 111 --
B. F. Ridenour
yards, thence South SO yards to be.
Say. Federal Program has Just completed a training Raiford held the lead until the Steve Brmnnen, Mr. and Mr*. R. W. ginning except the West 75 feet, HOW WOMEN CAN WIN

Seek to Adjust Output school In B. Y. P. U. work at the eighth inning when Strickland Brannen and daughter. Pauline, also, commencing of said SEVi\at of the SWM South..tcorner \ In said MEN

t Baptist Church this week. Next cored from third on M. WiIltlma'single and Mr*. Josephine Stuart of Lake Section Township, and Ranee, and
Reduced
with
I Export Sunday evening a special program over first and tied the score Butler were visiting friend and I run East 1X0 yards, thence run AND MEN WIN
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North 10 yard to south boundary of
; + f will be rendered by the B. Y. P. U, at 5-0. thereby making the gamean relative here Sunday.Mr Ward City, thence West on said

}t;,I 5 The Federal farm adjustment program at T:30: after which the diplomaswill eleven Inning affair. *. A. B. Crosby and childrenof boundary 819 yarda, thence South 10
; Y
I S. partly guided or the betlal Ralford fell the offering yards to beginning, except the East.w.r. The Favor
of
;, be presented by the pastor, upon Jacksonville spent part of this Other Men
L I hat sport ot agricultural ommoditie C. of Morgan IB the early Inning and .
O. McGauley.G. Mr.
Rae. week her with her parent r
tie will not soon recover IU volume and wife accompanied at one time enjoyed a -l1ead. At UnHsf; tee pints) of bile Jute ........ 5. eat iii .ty.
IB the P. Wadsworth and Mrs. X.. R. Gainey._ flow from .s.m." ......... et ydo
i of flve or ten years ago opt o.m left this point of the) game Morgan was Say it with Floorers daily yow liver! lto70U' .. .
1,1 1 by M. L. Watterson bowel It. foe they. p'l4w .I
loa ot r. a. Farrell Prsildeat Kaa- H. P. Gainey and Alvin demon your food decay In ., esip .. ;

,,4, 71 jth. Agricultural August Issue Collet of the writing Acaerlcaa la where this week they for will Hot spend Springs several Ark. relieved hit ball by the Dickinson rest of the who way pitchedsix and were Starke attending Monday. to. business.' in. L ,who your!..bowel body. Movement This poisons* Mt TOW hasdand rear hevJs. the aM-.*..ea..ma' ...*.d.-..-.lur'wsa ........

truck out nine batten. H pitched Sew
*
eonsti atad. Yon rl yellow Owly
week s free lit ,
I Banker Assodatloa Journal. the last three inning under a Church service were held at the Flowers For All" tongue, yellow skin pimple doll stop aWe dwrplea. c. k4 k...

i ."Nobody knows whether the farm" R. I.. Blrt of Gainesville was a severe handicap when Young un- Baptist Church last Sunday by the OccasionsGERTRUDE .res. bad( breath bad tasU,,; n*. Sf ""I"' es.t taWe BMojJ.rJES'i11. )'a..*

adjustment program will succeed business visitor here last Saturday. corked a wild one that hit him on pastor Rev. Q. K. McGauley. dizziness,head eb.. Yon have become e free U Bow_W yew bile ,IsUtUa \" !4 e., .
,, :' writes Mr. Farrell. "Its sponsor de- Mr*. G. W. Shaw and daughter, the head.In Rev. O. E. McGauley. H. P. Gal' II an uffly-looldnff.. foul-smell- la Catter-e nla.OalydlreeUoM If.d.a eaIotMI (

c. gerlb.It frankly u an sxjierlmaat. Miss Settle Jean who have been eleventh of Raiford ney, B. F. flaxen! and R. P. Lewis ing. our-thlnldna person. You eelr..ls, U ra .old ,rt.l say.. .".-Wo,.
@ 9i, 'It seek to socialise, agriculture at the guests of Mrs. Shaw's mother, the safe Wadsworth'Bryan error, attended church service at LaCrosse GODBEY have lost wants charm. .crLlt&l."--l ..... 144.sPtii... toil.n.
least to the sitant that farmers la Mrs. H. F. Chesser, returned to was on ANDERSON Everybody run from S'01IoBut _""III It
second and scored when Morgan'dropped Saturday nightI "today. I W at *...
stole .
l i what I I. believed to be the public Interest their home at Miami this week. don't take salts mineral Befnee 10_" .... aoo4"non.may .
r will restrain their production Mrs. Maggie Stuart left last Higginbotham'. fly in Phone 39 Waldo. Fl a waters, oils, laxative pill, laxa- srlpejoo.; reseal..,Xl '"'-Ai
for
activities and that processors, distributors Sunday! for her home In Atlanta left field. tive candle or chewing gum and and *Caner-s.t wtat Little roes Plub,V...
{ and consumer will con after a visit with her parents, Mr, Hampton came back In their half BRADFORD TUB CIRCUIT COUNTY.COITRT ITLORIDAI OF' -, a yoq au ClMl.c.UBWM ...

tribute something toward paying and Mrs. H. J. Crlbbs. with a bang when Johns was safe IN CIIANCKRT. -
I farmers foreserclslng this restraint The strawberry are delighted on Browning's error. Moore fumbled c... No.' sor''
growers .
C. I* Stockwell as Conservator for I Imo.
:'The adjustment program deflnltely Dickinson's grounder and F.Williams -
I over the many nice showers Bank of Starke, a Florida Bank.
'are based on the fact that prices are that they have been receiving thla lashed out a single to fill Ins- CoporaUon..l'lalntltf. v.. J. I*
'1t' '; determined primarily by supply and the bases. Strickland hit one over Sbrlver et a], DefendantsORDRR .
week.
: OF1 SERVICE]
r, t ,demand. They also are based on tbe third to score Johns with the tying NOTICE TO APPEAR

? : assumption that the export business run. M. Williams filed out to right THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
To Whit Branch Hat Company, a SftVWG OIWK
In agricultural commodities will not and Morgan was out at the plate foreign corporation: Frank & Company !
r soon return to Us volume of flve or Gum Branch trying to score but Tucker lined Xnc. s> foreign corporation I '
UramllngSpauldlnv Company, a'
y,,F ten year ago.D.p.ndenss. Elizabeth Harnagw, Cor. one out to deep center to score F. Georgia corporation; Endicott John-
on Public. Support Williams with winning run. non Corporation. a New York corpo-
Ali ration Cooper-Wells & Company, a By Special Arraitj.emitts with the
4, s "The plan offer wheat price In- Manager Ritch and the Hlggin Michigan; corporation; Adler Shoe Loading Magazines of the

; w '.uranc for 1933, 1934 and 193S, forth Miss Ruby Lee Lynn of DeLandwas botham brothers were the leading Company a Georgia corporation; N. Country Wo Bring You the Biggest! Bargain of All Time .

domestically consumed portion the guest of Miss Elizabeth batters for Raiford, while Johns, Inc Krlanarer, a foreign, Blums-art corporation& Company: Lamed,, Subscriptions To 3 Famous Magazines with A Now or Renewal
? of the wbeat The Insured the Williams brothers and Tucker
crop.
Carter& Company, a Michigan corporation
; 1* to be sufficiently! high to PriC'1 Harnage Tuesday. wielded the willow to advantagefor ; PhUllpn-Jones Corporation Order for This Newspaper.
I Vanlce Keene was visiting In a New York corporation:
domestically consumed section Tuesday night.Mr. Hampton.A Charles Wolf William F. Allen and ALL40NLY--
the wheat crop prewar purchasing Rising: return engagement will be George W. Barker, the residence of MAKE UP
and Mrs. J. S. Sapp were each of whom la unknown dolncbusiness YOUR OWN CLUBI
:t |power If the plan Is u effective a* played In Raiford Sunday. The locals
as co-partners under the
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Anderson -
,its sponsor hope !It will be,'the re- visiting would like to schedule a game name and style of Miller, Bain Beyer CHOOSE -
I ductlon in supply may Influence Tuesday.T. & Company at 1001 Filbert St..
Starke In the
with
Lawtey or near
N. Norman was visiting InFUsIng Philadelphia Pennsylvania; W. M.
wheat prices so that the entire future. Tranaou, whose residence III un 1. Magazine From Group "A" $ 00
.
section Thursday night.A I
wheat crop will have pre-war purchasing known doing business a. Tranaou
toI ( power. large crowd from this section Score by Innings: Hat Carolina Company; Marguerite at Oreennboro Shriver, North Corn :3 2 Magazines From Group "B"

I "If the adjustment program gun attended the peanut! boiling at Miss Raiford _____ 013 001 000 01-6 and Ira R Corn, her husband both And .

.seeds, It* launching probably will Idell Clemons' Wednesday night. Hampton ____ 000 130 010 02-7 of Long Beach California and who.
/ 1 mark the end of an era of extreme Henry Fournier of DeLand was there Box receive 698.their IT IS mall HEREBY at Pout ORDERED Office THIS' f JlTirVCrAPaB' !: ((1 Full Year) WHY PAYMORE

i |Individualism in agriculture In the the guest of Miss Gladys Keene Batteries: Hampton Morgan, that you and each of-you ?
'United States" says Mr. Tarrell. Sunday. He was accompaniedback Dickinson, and Tucker. are required to appear on the 2nd
day of October, A. D. 1039 before the
"Recant fundamental cftanges led to DeLand by Miss Ruby Mae Raiford-Young and E. Hlggln. above entitled Court to the bill of S

'4 \ ,Secretary Wallace to say'What we Lynn who has spent the last three botham. each complaint of you filed in the against above you entitled and Your Choice of Any One AY Your Choice of Any Two

really Have to do Is to change the weeks with Miss Keene. cause, wherein the plaintiff seek to Mjgszin In nil Group I Magazines in This Group
whole attend. NOTICE OF ELECTION foreclose certain mortgage aa a
'n i' psychology of the people of A large crowd from here a
N the United Staten' This I Is a large ed church services at New Hope T, W. H!. Mlddleton. mayor of the first and prior lien superior to the GROUP A, .*r GROUP B
***, of claim of each of over the fol-
; City of Stark., Florida, by virtue you
t' } order. It Involves the whola program Saturday'and Sunday. authority veiled In me by law, do C3 McCalTs M.,..,.... ___I Yr. | O Better Home tf
b ,,1 of farm adjustment as well aa the Mrs W. F. Harnnge, who has I hereby call an election to be held at Q W- '. Home Compw.1: Yr. 'Garden e 1 Ytan.
t the city hall In the aforesaid city by ATVIOLA'S O World Jr
t'1 'larger national economic program, been visiting her daughter, Mr. J. I the qualified voter. on Tuesday STpP D Pictorial R.l.w____1 Yr..I Householdwoman. MaguSneNcedlecrafc Iff
; of which farm adjustment Is a part. D. Dobbs of Ralford, Is visiting her September 11, 1931, for the purposeof C Screen Play .- .r.1 Yr. r c S e Iff

F v y U the panpl decline to participate daughter, Mrs. B. M. McRse of One electing Mayor.the following officer O Holljrwood Movie Mafl Vr. Good Stories II I YtC

In the program to the extent necessary Pine Level section. Two Aldermen. Open Road (Boys)_1 Yr. B Country Home e. 2 rnC
'
to give the experiment a fair A crowd from here attended the 'On. Clerk, Treasurer. ; Tax: Assessor Per Pathfinder CWaly. -1 Yr. r (D Succ >ful Farming e I Yt
and Tax: Collector.One OI pjE
f trial, we shall never know", whether party given at the home of Misses Marshal. Good Sandwiches AL D Progretaiv*Farmer e 2 rn
r farm adjustment as now proposed JuanIta and Geneva Hllllard last Inspectors of said election T. D. tm .. D:2': D SouthernAgrlculturfse IffIbtJtJ.m

would have succeeded or not. It It Friday night. Xewaom.Rirkenbacker, Fred A. Scott, R. A. sad .,.,".. l!.. And four Choke of Any Ont
ICE COLD BEER Mazes:... In Croup' A
bad been fair trial," whereof, I hereunto ,'
i given a Mr. and Mrs Frazier Shaw of In testimony THREE IN AU.&ot&ut THREE IN ALL
subscribe my name and cause the Aak For Our Price on Cases
the State Farm were visiting Mr. deal of the said city to be hereunto
S The cigarette-making machine IdI 'nd Mrs. Fell Sapp Monday night. fixed this the 8th. day of August Adjoining;

> I one of the new forms of machinery There will he Bible reading at A D. 1881.W. E. lirDDLETON. Mayor.Attest Sinclair Service Station rl a Is oennma9'I'
{ used in Albania.! Where Yea Get To.r One and
; Mr. and Mrs. Elam Lewis' every CARL JOHNS A.......... c u'aua/ta/ri&let
Sunday afternoon: at 3:00: o'clock. City Cleric. l-llStl-l| | I eacJoae Please send DM the three nufufcw

'I WilY NOT HAVE 'THE Mr.There and will Mrs.be! prayer Woodle's meeting Friday There are no strings attached: to this cheeked with a year** Mil rfVth- to TOOT' .....per.

night. offer! Every 'rnagadne' gubacripdoo;
BEST? I FUNERAL DIRECTORSOur .
Name
will be filled exactly -
1 All modern The Pledge to the Flag, It is said, Many Year Experience Makes) It Possible for V* to Render aa reptyaaiitad.I .
new equipment.We
: We are prepared to serve. was written In August, 1892, by EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS" SERVICE any of your sobscrtptlona are IeItnat or RF.D. _
Francis MODERATE PRICESDeWITT newels the time win be
Our ,service Is finer eur Bellamy.S property attended
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. V, SEPTEMBER 8. 1083 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.!: STARKK. FLORIDA PAGE THREB 4

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....... -- -- ..atNy ,I BLOWS! ARE- SWAPPED TAMPA- GETS-- FUNDTAMPA.Allocation" J'

JACKSONVILLE charge of of $727,000 ii ..rLORIUA.IG1.JLIGHTS.. D'I NNE1f ll.l) ''I': I

"grafting" hurled by one Duval, by the Public Works Administration --.. ..... ..... _"_nJ. No ,. ,""j. ,

County commissioner at one of his in Washington for Tampa har.bor

LIVE STATE NEWS I colleagues on the board resulted In was announced last week according _

a fist fight at a commission meetIng to advices from U. S. Sena-

here last week. W. R. Ritter tor Park Trammell This is a portion I' M Oat/D/AN
of Florida In Short I NVDAWN 8Y F
. I News Paragraphs accused Hammond of "grafting of the 270,000,900 allotmentfor
MOSS ,$48 ky EV G TO NY/N
whereupon Hammond struck Rit- river and harbor work ap CNAP ,/N

ter several times. Ritter retaliatedby proved. This sum, the Senator was .l M4 enwNi4 TUG soarSOUTHERN / M
lED TJ./G
, ".- _. _u._ ..,-"' ....... ........: t.n-_ -__ throwing Hammond through a advised is to provide funds for Im- /OA AM4TEU GCLP .

railing around the council table. mediate start of the improvement, '' CHAMPOMVPcuetous '

I FIRST FIOS KILLED OPEN MILLSJACKSONVILLEThe work which is to cost In all, ra =:

GAINESVILLE-Florida's first Cummer CONSTITUTION DAY $3,600,000 and additional sums will f EARLY 71t'SEAS' / 4 I

,nttagent of pigs to be shipped to Lumber Company here recently an- TALLAHASSEE: GOV. Dave be allocated as needed he was Informed ,

I nothern market under the Fed- nounced re-opening of crate manu Sholtz has proclaimed Sunday /,

j Government' hog reducing facturing plants at Otter Creek In September 17, as Constitution Day ; fir RFDitfONh

Ml was en route last Friday. The Levy County and at Lacoochee in and called upon the people of Florida DUMB ALLIGATORS
F11ZQSBIQG-
to.observe the 146th annlver- el;, of S7 1
of forty-four pigs weighg Pasco County early this week. The '
,lpmcnt
t af10Q.A
FT. MYERS Luke Gates + F4O
NUMAN-FACED
of the of the United says r r /
adoption
2,753 pounds was sold for Otter Creek plant had been closed sary ,
States Constitution. He urged alligators In the Tamlaml Trail canal BOY SP/DEQ fOUVDV '
73.66. since February and the one at La- .- ;;, t .
coochee since July. services in churches on Sunday are either dumb or very hun- MAA/ES GOODLO2D* \

September 17, and requested gry. Casting In the canal waters

BOLT KILLS TAMPAN schools and civic organizations to with, a fly rod for tarpon, Gates
While his brother and TARPON ARE RUNNING'
TAMPA be in the
appropriate observance says saw an alligator wa-
looked on. Joseph F. Hall FERNANDINATarpon are so arrange
then during the week of September ter near the opposite bank. He
4-year-olJ Port Tampa fisherman, plentiful In local waters off the I 1117. .\ flicked the fly near the suaraln

i as truck dead last week by a bolt north jetties, that Fernandina anglers The 'gator popped his jaws, but

lightning. The trfd'whgstretch& are complaining of the. silver FLORIDA MOVIE SHOWNST. missed the lure. Another cast, and

g nets on a pier. Joseph was king"running1 away with their PETERSBURG Florida's the 'gator grabbed held and started
immediately and his fatherd tackle. Large schools tarpon can '
lied Infant film industry passed a milestone away'but the hook failed to hold.
felt the shock but were be 'seen jumping'In the surf off
brother ,
Saturday night with the first The 'gator, Gates.
r injured Fernandina Beach both day and public showing of a feature length around, came back and struck a

night. motion picture produced at the Sun third time at the lure. This time ...
'
i I STATE MEDICAL CENTER Haven studios here. The picture he got caught and in thirty-two -:,
,
".
SARASOTA-November 1 hasen GIVE MANY JOBS .: 'J
"Playthings of Desire," with Linda minutes Gates had a four-foot
set as the date for the openg PANAMA CITY_Officlals of Watkins and James Kirkwood in saurian on the bank. He said he N r i .kly .

of the Florida Medical Center the Southern Kraft Corporationlast ', us.' .ra .. 4 ," .
believed It was the first time an : 't
.. the leading roles had Its premier at h1k l' t'a '
Venice where Dr. Fred H. Ale week announced that the firm "
a local theatre in the traditional alligator ever had been caught on .a ,a + I r
world-famous bone has completed rearrangement of 1
surgeon Hollywood manner, with Wally a fly rod.
111 have his new sanitarium. Dr. Its production schedule to comply -
Bishop, nationally known comic
bee has Converted the Park View with the NRA code and that be-
strip artist master of ceremonies. $3.000,000 PROGRAM
otel into a strictly modern hospl1 tween 525 and 800 men would be MIAMI-The Pan-American Airways '.

1 equipped with the very latest given employment. The company ,
have announred a $3,000,000
operating rooms, laboratories already has sufficient applications ASSESSED TWO YEARS ,
expansion program for its Interna- ,
bacteriology to fill the officials said. TALLAHASSEE Intangible r
r X-ray physiothe- new jobs,
tional air at
transport depot I 4
and hydrotheraphy. His theo- property subject to taxation and on
py Miami. The contract for the first t ,
which taxes not for 1932
were paid ,
.s gained through many years of BOY BREAKS NECK
unit, an elaborate new
udy and practice will be put into TAMPA-Maurice Pope, J5. of may be assessed this year for 1932 passenger ,. 7t
terminal has been awarded
building, -
feet here, with special stress laid Balnbrldge Ga., was Instantly kill- and 1933 taxes the Attorney Gen- t
to a local contractor and will be
heliotherapy-the science of sun ed here as' he fell and broke his eral's office notified the Comptroller I ;i l
completed by December 15. The ckc/
J. M Lee /
Comptroller
sling. neck while playing near the edge ofa is ,
project providing employmentfor
Witnesses told asked for an opinion on this ques'tlon -
......-- swimming pool. hundreds of laborers and skilled '
of his drive for collec- I
officers that Pope and a group of as part Ill
OSITIVE: RELIEF"PILES when he tion of Intangible taxes which he workmen. Included In the gen-
boys were playing tag
eral development program are improvements -i
estimates at $1,000,000 annually.
slipped and fell head first on con- itll 1I
at the marine base,
The to the revenue I
here week money goes general -
crete. The boy came a
purchase of additional and
acreage :
ago with his mother to visit fund.ENJOY a large expenditure for new flying Although the early. season pitching By virtue of winning the Southern

friends I record of "TINY" CHAPLIN who hails amateur golf championship in Atlanta,
AconUn rectal pain ekangeelootniBo I I RATTLESNAKE STEAK equipment including six: large ,
? comfort-almost Intfy. I I OCALA-Several members of super-Clipper flying boats. When from Florida, has not been maintained he Georgia In June of this year RALPH

let of. That I. the relief. ALL); JACKSONVILLE Employersblue Veteran Company 2415 of the Civilian construction is finished the entire has, nevertheless, had a successful season REDMOND, giant St. Petersburg athlete ;"
obtain from Flor-
HEftlOIEE. in
w.- r.rapport tKie statement- ida eagles the have last multiplied ten days at the Conservation Corps at Lake property will be landscaped with proving to be one of the most dependable achieved the distinction of being the first
during
ilk a _.,..beck guarantee.If I. rate of about 1,000 a day. Walter Kerr who are serving with the surveying -I rare tropical plants and royal pitchers with the Nashville club of the Floridian ever to win the title. In com ?d ,' r

yo. are tortured by pllee yoei'' N. Pearce, state representative of crew killed a seven-foot palms in true Florida fashion. Southern League. petition with the finest golfers in ..the

.. probably Do" tried many ._.11'" the Recovery Administration, said rattlesnake and having read of the The HUMAN-FACED spider was South Redmond's feat in bringing the

feu put disappointment aot Judge HEMO-FREE. Iu action Saturday. At 4 p.m. Saturday famous Florida canned rattlesnake ,' FREE SQUABS POPULAR found Aug. 7. by Mrs. Newt Mabry at her championship to Florida adds additional'' ;;

positive, almost ......_.10... In 26,840 employers had signed. Em- meat decided to try it. The snake WEST PALM BEACH The I home in Marianna.' The face was on the prestige to this state now becoming nationally ,
JM of Itching, blooding external. had seven rattles and a button. Not folks in this community have a I '
numbered 113,638. of
ployes affected back of the spider, the mouth, eyes and famous for the 'prowess its.
trading, or internal pile. .. satisfied with killing such a large penchant for squab on toast particularly -
Rtmember weed I "Florida is keeping pace with other nose, being pprfpctly( formed athletes' in varied lines' of ,snort. ,
bow jeyoue lif. states in the drive" Pearce aaid. dangerous reptile the men if It's free. But CliffordDel /

ilere violent pain stabbed. yon proseeded to eat it as well. They Santo pigeon fancier and garage -i l
I def realize] Chat weft, of coed'' '
tbe our"
misery. Retain that
the snake to skinned
Mies MALARIA ON INCREASE brought ramp, operator despite that he was I TEACHERS TO GET RELIEF'TALLAHASSEE '"'
happiness by sending for WHAT BANKING try depends upon its banking system
it and cut several juicy rattlesnake the benefactor, doesn't believe that
4 using HEMo-FREE. If :yon TALLAHASSEE"epidemic : unemployed "
that the strength of the banking 6.
'A!, pay postman upon delivery. of malaria that already has taken steaks which they cooked and ate grants people the right to tramplehis j school teachers of Florida who are system depend the pub (
..d the today. NOW fai with relish. Those who partook of shrubbery and tear up his pig. upon It
coupon five lives in Leon County will reachIts (actually in need will be given jobs WENT THROUGHBy lic's faith and understanding that
i beet time. week next Dr. L. J. the snake meat pronounced it eon runs Del Santo finding the y Jin schools and I 1
MO LABORATORIES peak this or rural paid $50 a the majority of banks because of
about the finest meat had ,
of
20 West Pico DI...... I Ii II Graves director of the Leon Coun- eaten. they upkeep his flock was too expensive month by the State Relief AdminIstration faithful service rendered eves
ever announced he would JOHN II. PUELICHBRAmtrict
Health Unit has predicted. Dr. give In announcing the planto
Angela* Calif. ty through the whole of this general r t
Enclosed is $1.00 for fall sl.e 'Graves announced three new cases away the birds to the needy. They put the school teachers to work, Banhtri A lit elation breakdown bad the right to expect I' i'
i o., of HEMO-FREE. I APPROVE CITRUS PLAN came In hoards from far and near. In Its long career has 1
of malaria had developed In the Marcus Fagg director of relief ad- BANKING tbe people's trust and! confidence. + t
IDe.. be- LAKELAND-A mass meetingof Mind he only had 1,000 pigeons to said to withstand In +
county where 400 persons are ministration "any county every great catastrophe no
irmm. ....,,.__ ._._.._. Florida citrus with one give i t.
? ? growers away. They drove up to his many serious shocks but It ran Into
lieved to be victims of the disease. which Is absolutely unable to pro- matter what Its nature no matter F
J......... .. _State... __ I dissenting vote, has approved the place with chauffeur. They trudged the most perplex.
vide salaries for rural school teach- what "s cause someone must be iIcrucAed.
BEST TURPENTINE CUPS citrus marketing agreement recently the dusty roads to his gate. ers and can verity Its Inability can Ingentanglementofltswhole The banker was this time

LAKE! CITY-At the naval submitted to the Federal Some even slept on the premises make application to the relief administration selected. In the late 90'i. political I r i
secretary of agriculture] and scheduled during the night to be first In line history since the
wNERE stores experiment station located to pay salaries of agitation started a tirade againsttbe 1 ,
for a public hearing at Wash- when the general breakdown .
near Olustee west of here tests squab distributing began. teachers. a railroads. Some railroads] may ,

being made on turpentine cups ington September 7. The action Some of them were from as far s, of value have don. reprehensible things but ,
are
of practical Interest to all turpentine taken in behalf of the citrus sec- away as Fort Lauderdale and MI- KEEPING PACE In 1929. The commercial tbe agitation became so general and '

producers. The station is conducting tions of the United States is for ami. Two thousand persons came. BICYCLIST BEWARE s t r u o so violent as almost to destroy. one

tests this year on twentyone the purpose of working out price They walked all over the shrubbery ST. PETERSBURG-Arrest of ture of the entire of tbe fundamental factors in the

types of turpentine cups. In and shipping problems and lay a They tore out the wire from bicycle riders for traffic violations world seemed ,progress of a country. Today the y I n
I foundation on which all citrus his pigeon And 9:00 I to bare been has been done to the
addition to the usual galvanized production pens. by : .has been ordered by Police Chief .5 same thing
can depend. o'clock the pigeons were gone. g shaken from it. banker. In spite of all that has happened ,
,
zinc aluminum and clay cups, experiments R. H. Noel as the result] of a mushroom i
are being conducted growth of cyclist in the city. foundations and the tact remains that even
the marvel Is most of tbe banks which failed ;
are
with Both motorists and ,
with galvanized cups painted pedestrianshave 1
that the banker
different types of paint one typeof complained that the bicycle' I J. H. PUBLICIIBR with everythingbreaking paying out Infinitely better than investments is i

lacquer and two types of enamel riders pay little attention to traffic down all around him was in almost anything else

; with leaded metal and with + Do You Know?- + I signals or rights of way and able to come through as he b... Banker Aiding 1, II
Agriculture M ,
good wood cups; and with one typeof frequently: use sidewalks for: speed- General business failures agricultural

paper liner.Insurance. ways. Councilman M. D Wever stagnation, income lanes, capital State associations of bankers In I

has asked for a regulation requir- losses. Inabilities to meet debts many agricultural states giving ,
fire
ing the riders to "wear more and therefore inabilities of bankersto
timeand financial
x support to en courage > 1 ,
F clothes. pay back depositors when loans practices among their farmers l1. ,
were not paid were the reasons.. Inmost
P ( that will bring about better farm re ,
TO yeas unslnmSK Mel W en>ow- POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTTo Inlta-ncei.for the bank failures.No I ult.. iDil a f ,

S very nerve oft high task the Citizens of the City profession no department of The major activities
NO> wonder you snob at the wtte reported
ud bark at the children. r of Starke. Florida. life is without Its weaker elements from one state to the Agricultural t
'tV]
I .
Watch oat! Overworked .. r'.' .l I am a candidate for the office but bad proper consideration been Commission of the American Bank ,
WI ;
nrves may lead to Eleoplosn. : s tr of City Clerk. Treasurer and Tax: given to the relatively few Instances era Association which Is nationally r

**. Nervooe Headache. Nev>> Companies Collector for the City of Starke, ia banking, had exaggerated andstartling active in promoting this lino of cooperation t '
erf cnn Florida to headlines been kept in true are as follows 1
***- heaant ddiatuTt4 subject the voters of : .
don't <5<.nW- Fought Fires s said City at the election to be held proportion had badklng] not been 1. Drought relief work:: Local 1, I
-, yoa try Dr. MDs used as a target for political self- banks have played a vital la !
Tuesday September 12, 1933. part
uerreseettt Nerrtno Tabletet
Just one tn half e1 I have served the City in the I seeking and with vote-seeking mo- i this work being represented on the II
a glass .......'..cr.,1..r. ...e..alrM tires bad unfounded rumors not
i f county committees' for
ter makes a pleasant, iporir. ....... ......- la.t e.W ... past and promise if elected to render i been spread the people's confidence I all < passing on I
B drink seed loans. These committees jI
deHghtfully nootbiner -.w.-.w tee w7..nl.frWu I' efficient service during my
10 r.tMed __ are AI tar might have been retained and far met practically day.
preWC term of every during
J Dr. ICQea* Nervine) to BOW e1Mr.........uW......- support.office. and will appreciateyour less would bare been their losses. the spring to pass on the loan la p i I
ta KT.a.v Tbere were factors In bankIng h' "
two forms-UqoM sad] our order to get as quick: action as pos> .
Bereoeent Tablet. Both heels IMp_....... lor ...... ... C. A. FUTCIt experience which every earnest slble. A total of 914 applications 't d1d ,.
** lame soothmff effect.j 4.ea-.d..r.sa tie le>e.. banker deplores factors which
... were received and handled by one 4
lwhteh
UOO at mtan"la'rV.'M rr.-er CARL JOHNS ANNOUNCES FOR had
yomr drag e..p..fl..u.eypseM5m many worked years to eliminate committee 833 being granted.

I I..C r.r td a.t-.pr. 4. f RE-ELECTION AS CLERK' which It wa fearfully recognized 2. Four-Il Club work: Banker i
s
VrucmnuYouiHARCH.D Ip would aggravate any difficult helped stimulate 4-U Clu'j: work. t

.. 1/, c. WALL I hereby announce myself candidate days which might arise. One of tbs financing many members who oth rl 6

for re-election to the office of worst of these was due to political wise could not have
enrolled.
The1'al80
INSURANCE city clerk, treasurer tax collector, regulation which chartered many helped finance fifteen 4-H Club, I ,

STARKT. FLORIDA ? ; subject to the action of the voters banks that should never have bern. delegates to the club CODyeOUon.a. a

I :Is. In the city: election to be held Sep. That there hare been incompetence Livestock: feeding Tbe banks

+ tember 12. 1933. and dishonesty In banking Is cooperated with the Extension Service '

Have only' held office for one admitted. That tbe instances that In this state and the railroads r fl

L year term and have strived to did occur were used grosaly to increase in Increasing the amount of livestock ,f

f mil. r please the citizens la every respect. fear In tbe public mind we : feeding. Assistance was gives +I
per
**.C. moll on bituminous roads1 Your vote and support on September affirm. We shall continue to strive the feeders In securing finances.
12th will be for higher attainments la our profession 4. Crop Improvement
::.; sincerely appreciated : The bankers -
: and strive for laws that require
,
took part In the

llj U re-elected] I will continue to be competence and ability la ..manage isation program of the crop Extension standardy 11j
I ment.That we cannot legislate bon-
It t c more on on the job and give service as In i esty and nnselflebness either a Service and encouraged tile farmers i t3Ft
I to use ,
the. past. banker pare seed and In many cases {
t or a borrower must be conceded '
made loans I
I CARL JOHNS. but dishonesty wherever for this- purpose.,


'W of+ on dirt .....dL ,-.,.".. GrN.. ....., ....., I Stop signs for streets that a California found true In should banking be as punished.elsewhere] It that Is no as I The Egyptians determined the I I

I In almost every .beaver. eeleny there Is one beaver who release man has Invented sink into matter bow good the law, dishonestand length of the year and divided it t, 1''

0 !! THAT hie share of work For this he Is punished by being expelled I pavements should an automobile incompetent men can make it 'Into twelve months of thirty days.

'" CJ from th. eelony. He Is not ell.wed to liven the lodge. which.l Is the strike them.Georgetown. ineffective. Qoo Jaws are essential ... S sr C

). I name given to a beaver settlement' and so he takes up hie abode 'M We mast strive for ever better ones, Aconcuqua, in the Andes, from 1 a
(
:
the rIv... He then becomes known ss "Ibank b.owr.Beaver British Gums has
"., INFO' Mud hole along I but their enforcement will come Its Icy summit waves a five-mile
dawn
cut
IN.worid's meet Industrious animals. They six
: power-driven sawmills
and four
are among only] the banner
times their own weight as'...._ In the phVtoarsoh, but M public recognizes that It of freezing cloud.
woodworkingfactories.
Q L trees many is a matter not of laws if ,
cedes
or S''I' '
... conserving water supplies, and building excellent breddlnej groundsfor
.W., v. fOl11AND CEMENT ASSOcIATiON by fish, they do much more flood "has harm end they dre highly re8 -, I Geneva is Switzerland's S. thUdlarl'e.t alone them.but of the men who administer A tablet dating from 1000 B. C., '1 ,

f .... shows the world Fri
a* a disk
.. ...'R... 1IttIW rded...by Conesrwtloaletd. ___ _________ city. Ojjr aeople nuijt! be bjoaght: ta Babylon M it* center. with
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.. PAGE FOUR: __ _.___ N __ __ __ __ __ -- BRADFORD- ---_COUNTY- TELEGRAPH_-- 8TAKKK.: -- FLORIDA ._ _._ -___ !n DAY, -Tllml.R! ;: e
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I Pays Tribute to Lipstick as Morale I Restorer :




,Socictyj ( FAVORITE ." "Cosmetic Surgeon". to Improve Face Expre, r ---1



RECIPES I' u,, .. "

r Dabs by Little Implement __ .
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Found Renew Old!
to Fight-, -
:t Legion Auxiliary Meeting: Junior 4-11 CouncilTo OFBRADFORD;

Postponed To October 10 Meet SaturdayThe ing Spirit.By 1 -
:
COUNTY LUCILLE FIELDS!I :
i ';:- .. The regular meeting: of the Junior 4-H Council of Brad

.;i i ; Starke Chapter American Legion ford and Union Counties will be Counselor, National Beauty ImtituH

;': .4 4 Auxiliary has been postponed until held Saturday at the Lake Butler ; HOUSEWIVES A PTLY enough the. painted lip.

: : been called the "red badge I .
10.
afternoon October court house. r'1.hat ;
'I 4 Tuesday S _
i. ; I-
i ., :AU members are asked to bear this These meetings are held quar. of courage. 4
i it FAVORITE SANDWICH RECIPES Many a time you and I hart :
;. d in mind.. terly, and the council is made up known the despair ,
""
.1 Y -;. .- of the officers of the different -- of a mirror

c. .: .. Woodmen Circle To Meet clubs throughout the counties. Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich, Asparagus<< Sandwich, glance which L___ ___

: Plans will be made at this time for threw back a
S.
Take fresh sandwich bread and I -
meeting of the Spread on one piece of the. sliced
The regular. : .
: the annual 4-H contest to be heldIn slice. Spread the slices of bread I 't wretchedly pallid
Circle
Starka Grove Woodmen sandwich bread a thick spread of 5 lip. A
-I October also a program of work with mayonnaise and roll each I 5- hurriedS
Hall
will be held at the Masonic for the new year wlll,fce mapped peanut butter and the other pieceof I slice around stick of dig <
September a asparagus. the caverns -of
fr next Tuesday evening. to be out by this group of gltl...vvlth the bread with grape or blackberry Makes a delicious but Inexpensive .5 SS an overcrowded
urged .
All members are
; : .- 12. Is Important help of Miss Pearl Jordan, home jelly and combine. Awfully good. sandwich. S, bag. The bringing
as there some very
:: :! present demonstration
agent.
) forth of the
Contributed. Ij
w business to attend to at Mrs. R. F. Demorest, '
I q. The 4-H Club of Lake Butler'wlll I 8- relnrlgoratlnglittle S S -
: that time.. Starke, Florida. S Jz5 Implementand )
be hostess for the dayan4.hegirls 'Ci b Sandwich '

will serve a luncheon!0'UJ\lOI Toasted bread slices of presto I x
I Baptist W.-M. S. Meeting I bacon S Lucliu) Fluids. we're up and on
;
,
County products at the noon iiour. ,I" Good Sweet Sandwich white me3 rp.t-chicken l slices of tomato our way again In the good old fight L.j

Circle No. 1 of the Baptist Womhn'a This meeting' finishes tie,work I One cup of peanut'buttert one- lettuce.. ,( '.and mayonnaise ing spirit. i/ 4'A SS

/1. & t Missionary Society will be entertained of the council for the,ttl cal year, half dozen cooked prunes, a few dressing. It there is one thing we women j : t t"s:3: -

J' cL Monday afternoon at and Miss Jordan Is pleased with the I raisins and mayonnaise. Butter lightly a slice of toast. should get down on our knees and S

3:30: o'clock at'the' home of Mrs. progress shown by the counciLS I and lay on It slices of bacon cut send up prayers of gratitude for.'.Itla

vtp t \V. J. Epperson with Mrs. Epper Take the peanut butter and the very thin and well broiled. Over the lipstick and our now accepted
Anderson as prunes chopped In pieces (with rite to openly renew our courage
41f son and Mrs. O. A. this place slices of white meat of
Star
Founder Of Eastern
seeds removed) and raisins and when and where we feel the urge

_ _p I hostesses.Circle No. 2 will be entertained Birthday Celebrated mix together and add enough may- chicken then tomato, lettuce and a upon vs. And while we're on our
'
good portion of
i1; mayonnaise. Lay knees should in S't'j
onnaise to make we slip a Godblessyou -
a read.
c 'M by Mrs. C. A. Knight at her home District No. 8 of the Order of good 8 another slice of buttered toast on for the better makes of lip
Place
t on Call Street at_the same hour. Eastern Star of Florida, of which sliced bananas on sandwich top and serve at once. rouge. The colors, the purity, the
bread
and cover"wlth the
Is composed the following chapters Contributed. stlcktoltlTeness of their grand little

Mrs Haynes Entertains Waldo, Micanopy Starke, above spread. Makes'delicioussweetsandwlcie8. product deserves It Incidentally

Methodist 1e Gainesville Lake Hawthorne .. ) :, Next week the too we might slip in a word In.
1. :.. : : Cit Butler Telegraph will praise of the exquisite containers of _
and ; held ,.,. jMrsj': f'tus' Olson, continue Sandwich
High Springs a SendIn
: _________ Monday afternoon Circle No. 1 of S Recipes. I the precious lip .tuff and the modest

________ .. the Woman's 'Missionary Society get together celebr.tlo.P last S Starke lor1da. one. cost at which we may flaunt these Evelyn Knapp knows the exact shade of lipstick most becoming,, to her

... Methodist Church met at the Thursday afternoon ; Jacobs oerore envious eyes. One I saw the "
of the
borne of. Mrs. O. L. Haynes, the landing at Kingsley Lake In mem, STATE VALUATIONS DROP OFF FOR COLLEGE I other day, a Vlvaudou offering, sent experiment not long since In to coarseness may be reined vlih

: Mrs. ory of the late Robert) Morels; -I"Continued Among Starke's younger set who me off into whoops. of delight. Too which one model was used to demonstrate simply a light touch of coloring hj.
.. I : hostesses being Mr Haynes. toun..Ier"of'tbe Orderof Eastern will leave the first .of next week lovely, reall,. And what a gift for the various changes of expreailon. ing out toward the mouth
.. D.: E. Knight and Mrs. Carl Johns. ( from page 1.) The corien
girL pertormanc.lndlcated
Star whose birthday on that for various a (Age limit. 110.) To thin lips may be ad4e4 a iligku
pomes institutions of
I The circle leader. Mrs. J. W. Andrews date. chases of supplies or; equipment for Miss" learningare Beside belnfamorale restorer bow important It is to get the most heavier touch to lend the lUKuuan

.. _ ,, .. presided over the business 11Jot ? th.e. county unless L the'. said ,purchase : Miriam'' Jacobs, MissEvelyn'StuitapMlsg'Hazel Old you aver stop'to think of lipstick: flattering line for your particular of warmth of feeling. And alwiyi i

: cession, and at the time plans were Throughout the aftetaoofl'''various Is first' approved by the : : l Adkins, aa a coimetio surgeon so to speak lips. The prissy little pruns-a0d- connection with lipstick usa thll'tlJ i

k '. made for the circle to give a food programs .were gjVea'by'lhe' board,. excepting only In cases of Miss Alice' rernandec! : and Miss i How it actually does,lift the years, prism mouth, known as a Cupid's the urgent plea to rouge well tuck
district ;;.tlh"'M.... Mary Brownies who will attend When yon see a lien;. was proven amusingly out ofplace and the Inside
sale Saturday September 16. chapters of the ; purchases' made the .woman, nowadays on of the lip j, \tin
_____ on emergency; contrary
.I. ____ Mis.,
Florida State College 'who eschews the precious on Modern's face. talking does
not
Mrs. A. Wood conducted the devotional Verdle Futch, granll ll tt' ctress to said instruction to be die- for Womenat gift you reveal a Hciui
_
_
,just know she's Smudged lip, heavy with
Tallahassee/ too old to care. Like paint no blue-gray tone.
In Miss
for District No. 8 y charge. being
_ .service and taking parton approved.. .. .. Fernandez's senior the lady whose wrinkled stockingsgive outline of lip observed, looked like a There Is so much to be till [tot
the leaflet program were Mrs. Among the mostlnterestlD& tunts The matter pf widow's .pensions year; Billy Grayham her age away.Exproaalon. mouth smeared. on with a trowel. and about. the use of lljutltk uj

_ .. T. J. Griffin,,.Mrs. D. E. Knight of the afternoon wag'Jhd bathing Walt laid over .until next regular a former University of Florida Modeller I Slopped over coloring gar an untidy about the wide diversity ot! ihute

: :Mrs. T. Olson Mrs. A. W., Red beauty contest staged" by the meeting. .. -l -, ... .,, student, will enter North Caro- But It of expreaalon. Tbe line drawn too available today, I shall Uk It op
____ Gainesville chapter and a quartet lina State College' at Raleigh; Paul wee yet another thing I thin-a metallic expreialon.. The another
_______ grave and Mrs. A. W. Anderson. .,;there being no further.wslnes particularly wanted to day soon. Today I vast to
.; The subject of the program was from tM' Waldo chapter furnished t.hIJ board adjournedjjn.". ,athe Knight will enter his junior year -another lipstick tribute.speak What today it line of lip too heavily outlined a I set you to thinking about llpitlci

_____________.. "Forces at Work In Japan." music. throughout the afternoon. t. .. I... .. \ \ S at the University' Florida; and does for the facial expression. I saw sensuous On the look.other I I coloring as a Quick rejuvenating Hi
hand
t : ;During the social halt hour the Bathing was also! enjoyed; and late George Manassa will attend Pal- lips Inclined and a beautiful expression modtlk,

_. bot'andoatse< Mr. and Mrs. mer College DeFunlak
refreshments In the-afternoon a b tnttful picnic Springs.
hostepaes nerved light (
COL.
_, J. E. Norman. J. L. FRAZEE DIES NOTICR! I MONTHI.T
"t FIVA'NTUt 9T1
served. -
to the ten members present. spread' was During the afternoon several of Hanoi' (Continued from page 1.) Notice In h..rebyJlv.n/ to all concerned I, ('OUlIoTY !StPltitl1EtDEr; I
I The families: of.. the, member The natives of Indo-Chlna that the city council of the MKNT OP COUNTY SChOOL F1'1041
the neighbors visited'the host.and catch fish by driving them into a Church, whlch--w founded cltr: of Btark. Florida. '..Ittlnrr) an a Bradford
were invited and enjoyed the occasion here Board of Equalizers County, for the month
on Aucuxt
_
S 80th
OOBirtar.' hostess. closing circle..' : years ago at the reauest- of Mr. and A._*_D. 1933. made the fo11owIncrlaIlro. .. May, 1933.Gea.r.I.
I'b'b: In the tax assessment roll Sraool! Fail
Mrs. .
Frazee Services were .conducted Balance .______
-. a. filed by the city tax aiaeeaor for May 1. .$ 121
ATLAS *.1a by Dr. W. S.. Stoney of 1933. Notice In further elven that I Kecelpt during month..... .9Si
Celebration1i : the city council will at I Warrant. during month .. 1,012.1
: Gainesville. a to
.. 'f'l '. .'. -,. .. ,- -* '. :. b. held on the 3rd day October meeting I Overdraft June 1..... ._.. lii'I
\ t Do'
__ i ie ; i" I
i + You
c Know? '
) + Active pallbearers were Mr.Fra A. I). 1933. at the .......
,
___ Sunday, August 2T,:we; ,a,gals \ city hall In Btarke ? Tax Srkiwl niptrlcl' ,

( J J.T1 C: Standard Oil" day at the home of J.; ..E, Norman ", ... ... I ... :zee's nephews: D. iMonteitb, at all 8(00 such( o'clock owner p.m.or agonte will bearfront... de.lr. I, Vmmm 4.fmrtmtlmf. No.R,,.<1 U<1 DitriDI.t.
Billy Graham. JCanova. N.
... when bls'chlldren and-a few !friends JA. D. to appear and file complaints a. to l Balance May 1_________ 71.!
the
Wainwright, Jr., Paul Canova, and valuation a. fixed by the said I
Kecelpt .
-.GlUJrollt.erl gathered to celebrate his sixty? Board of during; month '.0
: A. B. Frazee of Lake City. Equalizer and hear any I Warrant. during month.
sixth birthday. There were forty reason why the valuations ihould be I Balance-June) 1. _.. ?It JDIM.
'
.! : .A;, s',.Oll :r ear present on this memorable-occasion Honorary pallbearers were: chanced. I .
I Lota 2. 3. 4. 6 of Blk 4. Orl.I Town No.2
and It was the first time In Judge A. V. Long of Gainesville of Stark., T. A. Brlnaon from Balance May !?______ H7!
Judge A. Z. Receipt during month ill
Adkins, Dr. W. B. 12500.00 to $4000.00.Lots .
)..4.e$......4it. seven years that all Jttls! children Parks Dr. El L. 1. 3 of Blk 7, Original Town Warrant. during month. (1.0;
I! were present with him. Biggs R. A. of Starke, Dr. W. B. Parks from Balance .June 1____. Kill .
.. The tables were placed in the, Green, O. L. Boasley, O. W, Alderman 12000.00 to 12500.00. Diet. No. 3
$ : T. J. Griffin and Judge O. A. B 18 ft. 8 Inched of Lot 6, S of balance May 1______ 11'.1!:
: Frigidaire yard beneath the large pecan Wees Gardiner. Plk 16 Original) Town of Starke, Receipt during month. 117 7:
L : and loaded with good thingsto Chan. a. Woodbrldga .from $3600.00 Warrant during month. 11.1'
; .. .. were ** S Interment was In Crosby Lake to S4000.00. Balance June 1-,_.__. IUWDint.
eat. cemetery under the direction of Lots 6. 8 of Bile 10, ex B 4ft 1-8 ft. 75,.
Original! Town of Stark., Chan. O. .._ .! IK
Overdraft
the three All enjoyed the occasion and left May I
---
year ffuartutted DeWitt C. Jones Company.Mr. Woodbrldge from 17000.00 to $7600.00. Receipt during month....
wishing Mr. Norman jinany more Frazee is survived his I Com 80 ft 8 of NB Cor of Blk 17 Warrants during- month.
by
; electric refrigerator such birthdays. JL'"J widow Annie I and 25 run W 60 ft, 8 IS ft. R SO ft. 7? Overdraft June 1_......... W
) Alvarez Frazee; a ft to beg, Original I Town of .'

I. ___ Among those present were Mr.. son, J. L. Frazee Jr., of Richmond, Stark S1000.00.W .H. ,1L Binhop from 1600.00 to Overdraft May Diet.1 No.' 8 I"
i .-, ------
; and Mrs. W. M. Norbaaj* aad chil Va.; a daughter, Mrs. Taylor Bel- 31 ft of Lot, 2. 4 of Blk 19 Receipt during month::= I"
dren Mn-and Mrs. W/.IMorJtuI.D cher of Original Town of Stark., P. A. Warrant during month.. M'1
Garrlson-on-the-Hudson N. Drlnon -
.__ ti-;
from $5000.00 to 18000.00. Overdraft June 1.___. >
: and two grand children, Mrs. Sallle Y.l; two brothers Henry Frazee of BVi. of Lot 1 and Lots 8, 5. 7 of ",- -"* T

.. .; tale bySmith's Tyson and Florrie wmroTBlIrke, Jacksonville and Edmund Frazeeof Blk 28, OrigInal Town of Stark., Balance MayD I--_---:-_._. I'-'"
., 'I '1 ror Mrs. J. L. Jackson ofTJacksonvllle; Lake Shell Petroleum Corporation from Receipt during month__._
City; one plater Mrs. OrionP. $4000.00 to $6000.00.- Warrant during month
6. .;; Mr. and Mrs. Eddie"Norman and Llkins of Atlantic Beach, and Blk 11 as extended on Enn.y 'Map Balance June: !._??,._ "."
______ I &
___ children of Waverly Mr. and Mrs. N two grandchildren. Original) Town of Stark., Gulf Ke- ni.t. !Vo. 8 .
t fining Company from 17500.00 ________.
to Overdraft f-J
May 1
T. D. Proctor and son of Lake But- The .
Service S S 54S following notices of Colonel $10,000.00.Com Receipt. during month.,_. '
: .: ler, Mrs. J. D. Moor .& two chfl> 4 -4 Frazee's death appeared in the ill ft 8 of NB Cor of Blk 29 Warrant. during month....
and run W 80 ft, 8 100 ft, B 80 ___ lw
dren of Davenport, P4eormanand New York ft. Overdraft June 1____. _
newspapers: thence N along W aide of said St to UI.t. No. 10
: :Station daughter of Gainesville, :Mr. I bea- Original Town of Starke, W. A. Balance May l....._____-__ *
; and Mrs Joe Norman Mn\, and : James L Frazee, veteran former Stern Lot.from $500.00 to $1600.00. Receipt during -month.. -
bit .
$ : ( i 1. 2. .1. 12. 13, 14 of Blk H, Warrants month.
.: Mrs. J. H. Driggers, I1ran;, Mrs. newspaper man legal editor of the LIvlnKHton, Truhy A C..'. Addition Balance June during 1Diet.__________.- .". ,
.. .. "Starke- Fla.] J. J. Morgan, Robert, Albtertand' old 'World and personal friend of to Town of f 1tark... W. F. Mott from No.' 11 ....
; President $1000.00 to $1500.00. Balance May 1_________ ._. "'
James Norman; Mr. axRTMrsT'J'; T. Roosevelt, died last night Lot. 1. 2. 3 of Blk 19, Livingston.. Kecelpts during month._ :

.L __ ___ .. Barnes of in his sleep at his home in Starke. Truby A C'o'a Addition to-the Town
the RUlng'section Warrant.
and month.
IPa r pp 0- :, .... ,... ... during
of Stark
_.
NOLI_ .. .
.__ : Fla., according to word u -T WIIIIA.. ._.... ..v.l ..IOV.UV.A An Balance June 1__. .__ B1T!
u received to 8900.00.LotR :: ;:=-
..
-- -- .
12
l
iore::: by relatives.Mr. 1, 2. IS. 14 of Blk 16. Llvlnirton. Balance May L 1____SO.____ ... 12.'S
Frazee Truby ft Co', Addition to Town Receipt duringmOflth.
was close
to Franklin of 494
StnrVe J. H. Moore from
800.00
S Warrant month. :
D. Roosevelt when Mr. Roosevelt to $1000.00.Lot Balance June during 1Diet._________. IUS
was nominated the 8 of Blk B, N. J. Jones Addi) N.. IS -
J TIPTOP. aa Democratic lion to Town of Stark.. L C. Powell Overdraft May 1______ __ "
candidate
for trom
VIce-President $500.00 to $1000.00. Receipt during month _
!_ in 1920. He retired from the World Blk Lot 3 and N ft of Lot. 4. 5. 8 of Warrellte during month.- .. -
E, N. J. Jon. Addition to Town **'
ten or twelve of Starke, J. Overdraft:,June 1
years ago. 18 Alvares from DI.i .
.. $800.00 '
... .
? c. ?
.. h..sc. u..4 to $1000.00. .?
l.dl.qIHAT
Mrs.
"I *
.u"- Frazee the, widow, was at Balance-May 1___-_-__ -
the most pewsrful Ice ila'Aa4Jr. the home of her. daughter Mrs. to i Lot Town 1 of of FIll 2, Highway Addition ,i rteoelpta during month._- 1
Starke,
Gulf
ti_ EXTRA SPECIALS JJIO I iferry, A. Nations plies ) cat firry '8.8. CharlotUUwn/wMoh A I4sJn 'above? This! Taylor Belcher, at Garrlson-on-tbe- Company from $2000.00 to 12600.00.Reflnlnar. Balance Warrants1uegoonth.June 1.._i._. .-..-" 1-11'
aero** the Straits ef Northumbtriaifcl t Prince Edward Hudson .Lota H. 7 of Blk 14, Temple* Add! I 1)8.0. No. IT ,-
today when Town
.' Island and during the winter months, It som rtlm sTiYs' to contend with) ) she received tion to of Htarke, Albert Hartman Balance May 1________ i'L
teavy lee floee news of her husband's from $500.00 to $800.00. : "
.' that death. A
carried month.
are Receipt
Gold Coin Sliced Breakfast -' Into the straits by tide and wind from'tie1 Lote 6, 7, 8. 9, 10 of Blk 1, Wynn's during __
: ; Bacon 1b"9 Gulf of St. Lawrence. The ferry has between son, James L. Frazee, Jr., of Richmond Addition' to Starke, R. Warrant during month 111
Ihousand horse -eight and nine) F. > mor ,t Balance June 1Dial.___-_ _---
power. She' Is 309 foot long* 89.3 fast wl Best White Bacon Ib I if 22.05 feet and she can 7M Lot. U S. 3 of Blk 1, Wynn ____ !
_: .---_.-..______ lIan_ ardrisIt are carry., ? -.passengers, 80 automcbll and six- Telegram. I $100.00 tion to Stark. R. F. X>emoret Addi Overdraft Becelpt during May !month? .. -- ii.Jl

__ Announcement was made to $100.0 Warrants rnoflth..--
__ hers during nil
Beit H' Lot. 13,
Hard Head 14. ID, 20
1. Cabbage, 3 Ibs.___ 'Oc ;"S last night of the death yesterday Dowlln'. Addition to of Starke Blk I;, R.R. N.f. lIal.r::.June"':. .I-iiir.i.f.;; ; ...

uvStarke, Fla., of James I. Frazee Demorent from $200.00 to $300.00. 2
N.
Vint.
Small Weiners, lb. ____________'-__ Ilc Ii HAS PROHIBlJlpjN INCREASED who was legal editor of the Vew Blk Lot.8. S R.*. N.SO, Dowllnar'a 11, 12. 81, 34 Addition, 55. a4 of to Balance Receipt May during 1__month_._____ 1:1.11

..: York Morning World from Stark.., R. F. Demore..t
from
lOOT
to $200.00 month.
Warrant
during -i."
______ i.Large-W> iners lb. DRINKING? to $400.00. *
F ._ _
} 1923. Since the latter Balance June 1DOta. "
-- ----
----------.-- I year he had 4 Acre In 8EV4 of SEW bounded N Noa. S ....>. ';;

.1 .'. _.-. --_1 ___ : --- __. 32.43 .....a. of ll.var w.. - during -
1 l. p -- vklld. !0 Ik. ,,'.u.. s.*.... ymr.1,. .... I........! I Louisiana was born In Tp. 6 8. n. 22 O. J. Anders from Warrant during month. nUl
-----------S sixty-six $250.00 to
$500.00.
years ago, was IS per cent) .
CAW ANYBODY BBUKVB THAT IS TatE JlOWf the son of a Methodist minister of \ Fruit Qrower Kxpre.** Co. nronal I Balance Juno 1. froaen---jji 4,53i.45
_

r' 1iisten One: {.t.ll llq..r ..al.. far .,.v7 T4 ,..111.. !a 1808T. I Jacksonville, Fla., and a grandson 'from Uulf tax KefInlna from "8.00 Co to personal$100.00. tax. I Balance DI.t.May.1--NO .,____ 9.411.311 I

Folks--- -- f .. ..T.r...... mrmmvre* tm. _.... .t ..... r... ...... "7.. Frazee through his mother, Amelia Lewis Postal$1400.04 Tlearrapl to $3750.00.* Cable Co per I IS Warrant.Hocalpt during during month.month. jil);

; b.rt.V, ...... ...... cud Ip.t1.4. |k.. ...Ir......4
., / :?Y1. !. kaoraw ....ml rmHrrrlitm,. n.4 ... rrp.rt.4 ,... .fbu .._.t .. the Supreme Court of the District tion.Pan. ner American.on.fl. tA.._P.trol.um, ._.. UAA Corpora AA I Dl.'. N' *._19_ .iiil.ll..
......., If It _l .. .. .. ... of Louisiana. He ta survived $1760.00.Standard.------ 90VV.UV IO Balance May ..- I
; f II. k.fow'nyourcarrunnlng) ? That GOOD GUL' an w < nak I t. .- ...f .k._........ Receipt during month. ... .(.(.
115S.r _.....tI.o.-.c.L, A.. .'W.,W. !V4Mek.. 153. by a widow, the former Annie A. from Oil Co. personal tax. Warrant. during monthUI"
S. ; : 'GASOLINE will make caIbave ...;* f\jjl. /* t Alvarez of Starke $2800.00 to $260.00. Balance June 1. '-
your more Fla.: a rro..n----J /or''
R pep H ..kIn*; 'a bus!.*_ mm ewrtlaw mm*. .ha.ljT 14 *1.wm darksUeT. daughter Southern Bell Telephone A Tele- I hereby ... ., ?,
j II <\i3md give you more mileage.. And don't forget I l.rr.._ It* Tvlaai. *> .f as!... there ta *..."ai.g raellmllytk Mrs. Taylor Belcher of Garri- graph$1500.00.Co., .personal tax. from "0..00 In* statement showing bd71'*n'0' "! .

I GULP wr.a. ..... lb..r-i .f a4vfl.I.g-.4 WHY 1TSUM4al Line
__ our MOTOR OILS. We have ail Railway Co., *.tatthe ,...
.8?
.. .., .. 'I 1_. .f .M ..y t.e \l_..' r...VtV. .. tae mmmmt ptJmttmrmt. tmwmtnt1SI4. J. L. Frazee, Jr., of Richmond, Va. mile D. T., .18 mll! S. T..' .18 mile month reoelpta herein an above dwarralU, '-
r II j" -- During most of be Wannee Branch, 1.8$ -...11.. .P a .
side Corre ; ,
period of his during 14 month ro.thi
5' T.. < ... .W.'I ..... track. .89 |
miles
L ii -titnds. side en .
r rvvmtedMlie.etartlla office.
front -J0 liartdveorrect
association1
Tr&.cIRJ records of my
_ .. ; I : & pastipatfonage 1r and ., I f..t t....--:7\e.: \; .. aa4 .1.l. .......mt .ke'Mckit,.a*. ... taaal with the World Mr. $13.367.90 Weitern to S28.734.00. to th. bet ot "l'.f."twMd :
solicit
your FVaxee lived Union Tel.,. .
_.. ) Clark ..* Cattasr arerV'o ...fti.. ,-:, on Staten Island.) onal ) Cti'psr. *. and .belief. J *!1.0 ce COlI
.
_ -'" -- tax from $56S.O to SIIOO.OO.. :;Iou.i "LposltorTes
rfurther-isupport Mrs. Fraiee. the Cbs nii a. /t- I'
II widow had w..
... ... .. -'j "' I ':)COMPARE. 1._.<->>rj>|TI .(. {{1VITH- 14eee,WOMB*, STAO- I visiting their daughter at,Garrison.been certify Is the that underalcned the above and do"foregoing"hereby each fe at the close. showing of'the the m'b:111 b'''0-2

- V' ir \ TIIHOkttM'IrfeaALIZKD SALOONS KVm' DAY OK They left a true and correct lI.t of the real In fir.t-acted and the aud Do-
i THB TSJAH-IMrniST OWK SMALt, SECTION 'OV yesterday for Starke, to and personal property equalised furnl..F.ad bypository ... '
| OMB: CITT.Brntlforti ; by security ; ''
Dave's be the )Inl'
r. : Service, StationD. Joined on tn*.wy by' the son.. equal city tiers.council elttlnc a. a board of -. a.d tOil .mount old 11I00'
I New York Times. paid credited Oaringby e.ereo..r
01"
t In .
County United wltnena
.5. S. Prohibition Force by whereof we have here each aald ..po.ItorYof tOnipolit ,.
; L. 'V5"\ subscribed our names and balancIP or
SILCOX Manager the current daily
S. I j Other notices, date abova. mentioned. .
(zl.1. a Dop.rtm''ot.nt'm.ift" .t appeared' la the .
.5. f S _ ___________________________ _ _ S .'::' tuatics.. .New York Herald-Tribune and the J i O. W. ALDERMAN: Witness poy hand this aut 4May2 .,
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Chairman Co.,
:t 5&e -. -. -.. -.---.----". -. t.., 5- 5- ,. st.a ,ea.1f1Pc1.A.dnDce.. 'CARL. Attest City Stark City "'I cOIL.. 1i3... CoQ P.rla"1fr1Jl',.

JOHNS. City Clerk t"IItII.JI J. .&

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.\Y. SEPTEMBER 8, 1983Bits COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAKItE, FLORIDA

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I :Mrs. Ella Harrison and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Freemanand I'I Miss Lena Belle Shepard arrived B1KTIIH: I I :MARRIAGE, LICENSES*,' '

Miss Belva Harrison, of Stuart son of Miami are enjoying a I|i here last week from HUllard where Mr. and Mrs. P. O. oruon, Rai- The following 'marriage licenses I

she has been spending the summer August 31. were issued this week by County .
were here the first of the week I visit here with :Mrs. Freeman's ford, boy,
visiting Mrs. Harrison's bro'ther-ln- with her mother, Mrs. James Shep- Mr. and Mrs I. R. Denmark, Judge E. K. Ferryman! ,

of law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar mother, Mrs. Josephine Edwards, ard, and is with her brother-in-law Lawtey, girl, August 31. W. Glddena and Hazel Strick

Andreu. I I and other relatives. and sister Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Prevatt, Law- land. t (:

Knight at their home on Call tey, boy, September 1. Woodrow Bryant and Alene Mae

Mrs. :J. L. Frazee and her daughter Street. Miss! Shepard Is a memberof Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Grlffls, Wheeler. ,
,
I local NeWs Mr. and Mrs .T. C. Chaistaln and ,M :'
son of Lake City spent the week- Mrs. Taylor Belcher, arrived: the B. H. S. faculty. Starke, boy, September 2. ..
here Saturday evening from Gar- -- Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hitch, Direct radio communication has 1,
end and with Mr. and Mrs.
holiday rison-on-Hudson N. Y., being call- Rev. M. C. Stith, pastor of Brent- Starke boy, September 3. been established between Shanghai rand
Oar People Bam .. and W L. Andrews at their home on
Concerning ,I ed here on account of the sudden wood Baptist ,Church In Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. William Tyler, Moscow. 'j ',

frogrett of the County and To", ... Cherry Street. Ii death of their husband and father, I with Mrs. Stlth and their Brooker, girl September 4.

i Col. James L. Frazee. Mrs. Belcher three sons, have been enjoying a Mr. and Mrs. Arch Prevatt, '
Mrs. Nat Sternberg left Wednes-I '
will remain with her mother here visit in Miami and DeLand during Starke, boy, September 6. R
for New York where
day evening
for several weeks. Rev;, Stlth's annual vacation, and --- -'e> -- '
she was called on account of the I for the few have been Felt-backed pads of abrasive NAT SEZ
Krus'e past days
Cot. H. V. Knight was a visitor Mr. and Mrs. 'George C. serious illness of her mother, Mr. Invented to :
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catoesvUle :Monday and family have recently moved ljo B.' Rosenberg.Mrs. We pay 25o per dozen In trade guests of Mrs. Stlth's parents, Mr. I material have been resurface ..
[o I and Mrs H. L. Brownlee. I sanding machines. --
the Sternberg cottage on Water for No. 1 white eggs. S. R. Johns. ,
Well folks, 'In spite of the wind

)Irs. I* A John's of Hampton Street. F. A. Moore and Mrs. Thel- .-- -- and rain, Steinberg's Store is still'' ,+
a visitor here Monday.Miss } ma Steele and children of Gaines Mr. and Mrs. L. M. DeSha and 'f doing business 'at the old stand F 'b fl

M Mrs. J.L. Peek returned Sunday ville spent the week-end and Labor little daughter, Marjorie, of Wild- I'll have to ad- r .

from West Palm Beach where she Day here with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. wood, and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. t
June' Adkins of Hampton VACATIONS mit, however, j
visitor here Wednesday. spent several weeks with her Sapp and family. Page, Jr., and small son of Jack- g that for a while '

as a mother. ;; sonville, who have spent two weeks Tuesday It looked -

'. Mrs. O. J. Griffin and son, Owen with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Struth at andHEALTH +
Roberts of Lawtey was a like I might
I[ E. J. visitor here Monday. Mrs. I. J. Reddish Is spending the W. Griffin, have returned to St. their Kingsley Lake cottage, returned move suddenlyto 1 ,J

, romlnent week in Jacksonville with her Augustine after 'a visit here with to their respective homes some vacant 1 :,, ,

''i daughters, Misses Pearl and Mabel Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs at their the first of the week. : "
L. R; Kalch of Hampton was a lot west of the

malneaa vlrtto;...here.."'edaeiKft, l {.... Reddish. i; home. on Walnut Street... -- 'TilE 'OOISii'SWINE, 'AND, court house, but

Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Ludwig of TWENTY-NINE By Dr. ERNEST M. LINES It takes more 4
Mr. and Mrs. J. :It: Mott of Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll ;.of Hernando were week-end of MAra....". ..da/.i1414.lDl e.. than a little 1' kJ
were visitors here Satur. Jacksonville were week-end guests guests N_r..1AIe. f..r.EXERCISE ..-0.-- wind to scare t+ i
rocker Mrs. Ludwlg's parents, Mr. and A farmer who was quite giftedat
of Mrs. Carroll's mother Mrs. F'.
; ; ,me, after being (,
lay. Mrs. A. S. Strickland at Kingsley writing poetic jingle had a hog
H. Long. business
Lake, and other relatives.Mr. killed by a railroad train and made AND REST In f
L. F. Thomas of' Green Cove across the street from Jim Mitchell

pringa was a visitor here Wed es- Mr.' and Mrs. Freeman Johns of and Mrs. T. Olson. Mrs. A. the following report: VACATION time Is' a period when many people whose daily work does all these years. ''I

Osteen spent the week-end ;therewith physical effort try to catch on exercise. Some of them
y. Wood and Mrs. W. E. Middletonwill "My razor back got on your track, up I -; Ij
Mr. Johns' mother, 'Mrs!( Ef- to Jacksonville to at- One week ago today; go about It in such a way that they do themselves more harm than good' I "'e known all the tim that I
go today I
Mr. and Mrs.: A. F. Sauls spent fie Johns. tend a zone meeting of the W. M. Old 29 came down the line Choose some exercise .that will keep!' you out in the open air sad sunshlnsi was located In the beet; part of the

aturdaY la Jacksonville and Feriaadlna. S..of the Methodist Church. And snuffed his light away. Golf, tennis, swimming, baseball and State, and when one of those 'ro +

Mrs. Beulah Hunt Of! Hampton You can't blame me, the hog you biking are beneficial in moderation. larly during the summer time. By storm come along, I congratulate f '
.
spent Sunday here with her broth : Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Turner and see Don't try to play thirty-all. holes of getting plenty of sleep and breathingpure myself all over again. Take this >

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wiggins of er-ln-law and sister, Mr. and MrS!' sons. Tommy and Gerry, have gone Stole through the cattle gate; golf or go on a ten-mile hike the first air you lessen the possibilities laat one for Instance. Down bellow 9 ? 1,,

tuart were visitors here Tuesday P. J. Pearce.: to Bronson to reside, where Mrs. So kindly pen a check for ten, few days of your vacation. of exhaustion during excessively hot u. the citrus) crop In ruined, and l '

[ernoon. Turner is a member of the Bronson The debt to liquidate. If unaccustomed to strenuous exercise wather.Co .' everything around the) house, 1. f i

John Thomas of Jacksonville Is High School faculty this term. do not begin' too vigorously.< to 'movie! read, or sit around blown away but the mortgage r
Carlisle Bitch of Chicago 111., Ishe enjoying a three weeks' visit with A few days later he.received the Exercise should leave one pleasantly. and chat' In the evening before) and what happens" here' "We get Ct

of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Cady and : at following reply: fatigued, not exhausted. Persons .'
guest family Dr. and Mrs. s'mP. Vandlvlere, retiring. Relax for at least a quarter j the good rain we've) beet needingfor
kn. J. H. Rltch. Kingsley Lake. ; Miss Mona Alderman' and Miss ; 'i the who take little exercise. during the hour before eating, and for at least'' weeks, and all our farmers run ,
"Old 29 came down,)pie
winter adults
; especially over forty '
hour' '
an after meals. Don't
p out and start settln strawberryplant t3
Pearl Jordan
Cot Joe Hill Williams of Lake A. F.'Sauls'who Is an employee Chicago where returned they Friday visited'ftom the I And killed razor' your pg]y!(the e.knew,, should be. extremely. careful to exercise swimming for at lead two hours *. I think we are pretty lucky, ( j 1
But backs railroadtracks' P
;pd
=
visitor of the Seaboard Is a two only moderately. aftereating have
uUer'was a professional enjoying Century of Exposition. -"it ; ,, or you may u what deG you think?
(ere Wednesday. weeks' vacation here with his fam- Progress !' Don't force yourself to the ily on Cherry Street. Quite, often meeE i with woe; course or to the tennis court whenyou Won and,drown.
: Emma.-Carlton Here' little to some of
Mrs of Jacksonville a tip my
.trader So, kind friend: we can not send tired. .of rest and
We pay 25c per dozeD in are already physically Plenty, relaxation Is fellow Floridans down tha1' State '
and has been a guest for several The check for which,you pine, Many.of the sudden deaths of middle, essential to! the ; 1
No. 1 white eggs. S. R. Johns. Mrs. Paul E. Canova son, getting most out of if for f ,
Paul III, returned Tuesday 'from days of her brother and sister-in- Go bury the,,dead, .place,o'er his!! aged men apparently. la good health, your vacation* Banish business you are looking a locationsc'

Hal Y. Haines, prominent attor- Ocala where she visited her mother I law, Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, head, / ,.,' during or immediately following a worries and, get outdoors In the come to Starke and Bradford Y ;

y of Lake Butler, was a business Mrs. D. F. Flowers. at their summer cottage at Kings- ;Here lies the fool tth'swlne'.'' game of golf show the danger of this. sunshine. Rebuild your mental and County and enjoy. life.And lj 3

here Thursday. I ley, Lake. Anonymous, Exercise. should be a recreation anda physical resources for the.nex\year's. -
Itor not to be work. now comes the Important f
and pleasure, a duty performed
A. Z. Adkins family
Judge D. T. Clarke of Miami arrived CIIRISTIAN CHURCH Irreepeetlve of the condition of the part-do your trading at Stem- .
and Miss Cor- and M. and have
Miss Iris Brown A. Darby family
Brown Brooker were vlslr moved in from their summer Saturday to attend the funeral J. T. Quigley will.conduct rellg body at the time. Avoid strenuous TAu I it At wreath< o/o eeriM.qf 12 berg's because they have the right' s s ,
lla of
Lake. of her uncle, Col. James L. lous services In the, Christian exercise during the beat of the day orfusUe .n V..M HtalA. kind of goods at the .right'price.' '
afternoon.Hon. homes at
here Sunday Kingsley Frazee. While here Mrs. Clarke Church next Sunday night at 8:00: Tin ..>JUA, *A Smmm4nf, will Buy 1'ETKHH' SIIOKS' for.'the I

Is visiting her parents, Mr. and '''"these and Rut siuwer 1M whole family-they, laet.Jen.-
o'clock. Subject.; [ Things. ,Sleep fufttirnt:
John W. Williams of Tal- Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Sayles'of MIami ,._-
Mrs. N. D. Wainwright. j 4.'
ee was the guest of friends spent several days this week All are cordially Invited to attend. "Early to bed and early to rise" Is S. If you are pushed Into deepwater Mrs. left '

Starke during the week-end. with Judge and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman a good rule to follow the year round, and eaa't swim, what. Sternberg for New
P
Mrs. Almeade Hoffman of York and will select Fall '
our
Apalachlcola -
and should dot .. Do 111
and other relatives.We especially on your vacation. you good "' 11 }
Kr.( and Mrs. W. Q., Halle have arrived here last week SUNDAY DINNER Get at least eight: and preferably. swimmers oftaa drown? ..What Dresses-nuff sed r

trade and has the position as commercial nine.., hours sleep every sight are cramps and how can they be
their guest Mrs. Halle's broth- pay 25c per dozen: in
teacher In SUGGONS; : '
Bradford "
High School. '
,Paul Curtis of Columbus,"Ga.. for-No.. 1 white eggs S. R. Johns. Mrs Hoffman Is located at the I : The-rooms' in 'which you sleep prevented NAT STERNBERG
should be well
home of Prof. and Mrs. L. ventilatepanic.!"-
A.
Gray. :
By
8.J. Norman and daughter. Miss ''Mrs. B. W. Curry and Mrs. William : 'ANNJrAOK ,SlarkerFlorldat' ; 1 ;
: recent storms; along the At .. +
.
ulla, of Raiford spent Mondayre Lantz and little son of Jacksonville THE .
Mrs. Myrtice Hawthorne and seaboard have interrupted, --- --- 1'k'
and Mrs. Jeff Johns. week-end guests .of I
with Mr. were ;
daughter Miss Lois, Mr. and Mrs. \ht flow of frih frulutand; regetabl
Mr. and Mra. L Reddish.' John Bradley-an", dUttle daughter, to market Many fluids''of .lJetawle.
Urs. S. F. Hamrlck returned and melons havo' been under water
MyrtIce, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Rig- and it will take at leant a weak of
from North Carolina Mrs. Edythe Montgomery, local
onday don, all of Lake City, spent Labor good woather to restore condition
she has several weeks.Mr. Western Union operator, left Sun
ere spent Day with Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sauls. when the damage Is not complete.It .
day for her home In Tampa, where will be necessary. in many In-'I
i and Mrs. George C. White of she will spend several weeks. stances to depend on root vegetable Tip Top Grocery
Mrs.
Elvata Alford had
as gueststhe
llahassee spent the week-end and such Import. a. the far south and
first of the week Mrs. Ruby west can eupply. 'AI1& 11Ir th- .fmltt /
it Labor here with relatives. Mrs. W. A. Bessant, Jr., and Mrs.N. +
Day Y
Glisson and children and Miss Mar apples, peaches.; per*. and ....dl...
T. Green and children spent .'
JHBie- With 00maao.
Murrhee of grapes are good < '
gie MIddleburg, Mr. .
Miss Cassie White returnedme Wednesday in Highland with Mrs. muro'seriously' {nJured j
Monday from a several H. C. Wimberly and family. I and Mrs. Hiram Tyre and sister, vegetable, I .u.i"'"'.ub.utut- 1 STARKE, FLORIDA ... ...11sal ;", j
Miss Edna May, and Harry and Jag these fruits for"'eoic4l. JYulte
eks stay at Hendersonville, Lonnie Tyre of Florabome.J. combin..urprtalngl4.(, wettwltti.0U". .
C. > Mrs. El R. Poppell and daughter: and a fruit salad Jiving olives and Friday and Saturday ,8-9
Miss Ava Lou, Hastings were salad dressing ".paS;... a good dinner*) j September
Frank Carpenter of Winston- 'Lettuoeand JuLt ", 1
salad > .. ry,for .DI"Iblnlng 1
Mrs.Thelma Johns and daughter here the first of the week visiting :M t An. :
..
Salem, N. C. spent the weekendIn ktth.irdtr. aawlN ;;.j j
ss Gloria have returned from a :Mr. and Mrs. Warren Perkins.
_
The-Quake MsM" ::1
Starke and was accompaniedhome 61.cf 1
veral weeks' stay at Balsam, pared'm UtisAi. :m efctt>>snffu ISSN \ '
Little Miss Marjorie Sue Middle- by Mrs. Carpenter and their market condition ,..."tif-vj$,'"\ ,, R'COFF LaTouraine Lb. 25c
1 I little wtJ 'bave ,
daughter, been en- 1 Tj .
,
C.Dr. ton of Jacksonville is enjoying a joying a several 'weeks' visit herewith LOW COST DIN I I :

and Mrs. O. L. Haynes and visit here with her grandparents, I relatives and at Brooker with .readed. Beef Liver Baked Potatoes ;
n, Sonny Haynes, were in St. Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. 'Plckl.d Beets- .
Pound 2Pound
igustlne Sunday visiting rela- Mrs.Weeks.Carpenter's father, R. A. Bread and PI BunnApple .. ,* :_. COFFEE Maxwell House Lb. 2fc

'II. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bryant, Jr. Tea or Coffee iftlk. l i
of Cocoa week-end and Labor PLA'T'ES
were t
:Mrs. R. M. Sparkman, with Mr. MEDIUM COST DINNER d1 ,
Mrs. Willie S. Gibson of Red Day guests of Mr. Bryant's par- and Mrs. Twyman Marshall TOMATOES '4 No. 2 Cans 25c '
of Rout Pork Baked Sweet PotatoreButtered
rings N. C., la the guest of her ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bryant. JacksonvUle have gone to Orlando, Onion. Apple Sauce fl,> z.Q A CON :r ; n

feats, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Ken- where they will visit Mrs. Sparkman's Bread and Butter .
1ck. Miss Ellen Wiggins of Keystone Snow Puddlnf Custard Sauce +1 i

Heights was a guest last week of brother and sister-in-law, Coffee Milk ?- _.---"':" 7c MILK Tall Can .6c
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Macey. They .. .. ,
MIll Willie Mae Hinson, a memr Miss Rosalind Jacobs at the Jacobs VERY SPECIAL DINNER -
will also
visit points of interest on
of the Brooker school faculty, summer cottage at Kingsley Lake. Tomato Juice PURE
the East Coast before :
a* a visitor here Saturday after- ---- returning to Baked Ham Candled Sweet Potatoes CANE'PEACHES .. 1
Starke. I Creamed Onion. .' No Cans 2&PORK
2/I
on. Mrs. W. B. Ennis, Mrs. Margaret I
Waldorf Salad with Olives and.Petal .tI.: t I
Dr. Darwin Hoffmanof ,
Thomas and SPECIAL NOTICE 1)re..ld<< 1 : .
have been guests of Mr. Rolls and Bdlter" "
Tampa Sept. 10 to Oct. 1, I will sell Famous 5 Pounds. ___25c
I Peach Turnovers .
htTIIIRDCOLUMN and Mrs. J.: W. Morgan for several
, days. Kriptok Spectacles $7.50: Coffee .illlk: 'and BEANS Ritter s Can 5cTOILETPAPER,6RoDs : { x
pair. These' glasses are the best -- j ,
'
that can be had at any price. All LONG 'GRAIN s* ,
Miss Ellse Jones has returned to styles of frames. This price is RITZ THP ATRE'
her home In Gainesville, after a good until Oct. L 25c
RICE I
OR RENT-Large house, cornerEaat Visit at Klngsley Lake with her S. O. LEWIS Optician STARKE, A . .
Call an South Church Sts., grandparents Mr. and ).{re. A. M., I

"own onable.as the p.Marcott F. Flume.house. Rent It Darby. Three fice' Hours Doors, 10 from to lOc 12 and Store.2 to Of 3 1VATINEEr'N5 'P>WRICKPROGRAM I 5 Pounds. ,_,19c 0 Soap Powder or Soap 5 for l Oc' 1

trade Special appointment on Sundays. g.dq..I..d.r. '=. ....F 1
We pay 25c per dozen In Ta.n4.y, Mar
R
SALE-Saddle horse, seven for No. 1 white eggs S. R. Johns. WHITE it
years old, will weigh nine bunts j
"
r pounds. Good for woods ordug RiBON M. Can HERSHEY'S COCOA lOc
Mrs. Joe H. GUI and little son, LET'S SEE I" .
cattle; work to anything. Jackie Joe Murden of Raleigh, N. BEGINNING' SEPTEMBER 8

'"reasonable offer refused. T. L. C.. were week-end guests of Mrs. 3 Pounds 2Sc '
'Inwrlght ____
Lawtey, 8l2tR | I
Mrs. J. M.
and
GUI's parents, Mr. FRIDAY StTKHDAT
Who Will Be BestlRlSHPOTATOES,5Lbs..l9cMACKEREL c r.
SALE Alvarez. ZANE OREVS 1
-Missionary strawberry ,

plants, by bed or by thousand. Miss Mabel Reddish and Miss'. The Fisherman "Under The Tonto Rim" SNOWDRIFTFLOUR

"ton Howell Lake Butler. 9-112t| Stuart Erwin Verna Hlllle
of Jacksonville have
Pearl Reddish
3 Cans 25c :
R SALE: New Missionary been enjoying a visit here with Bringing in theLargest ; ,
and Mrs. I. J. .t D4Y...JII.%DAYAL
Mr.
.
strawberry bed their parents,
plants, by the 24 Lbs ___95c
JOLOON
tech StarkePla- 8-254t8-15: | | Reddish. Fish *.
i II'1 '
'ru. "Hallelujah. .I'ln'a......., .-Bum"TCE.DAY TRUE LOVEFLOUR PINEAPPLE Can l Oc'"
.
EXCHANGE Missionary Mrs. Clifford L. Craft has returned e .
vawberry fcr corn or home in Avon Park WEDIEfDAY"I 1
plants to her Before Our : II '-'
3r tat have you? Mike Maruca, after spending the summer here Cover".''The Wdttrfronf I <

r k., FIa. 9-8l2t with her mother. Mrs. Miriam NATIONAL OATS Pkg. 5c
Contest ClosesSeptember Claudette Colbert ,- Ben LyonErnest 11..
Klckllter. I 12Jbs.,49c e .
s WBERRY PLANTS Good Tolrptlee .t, 1 _

A tileS"?. DyaU*Mte;"Brooke rooted on, Fla.new ground....82tH | Miss Joyce Terry of Lawtey office was ,15? 'BRVO CRO4BY AIM! la II II I It ., : BULK SYRUP Gallon 40c ; s e

SALE-Missionary Strawtwf-' i[a Friday.. caller.Miss at the Terry Telegraph Is a member of "Sing'YlilfgfjiA'; : I : SALT '-.0"' '.J: 'i', '. ;

ry Plants,by bed or by the U ou- the Alachua High School faculty ITMAY\ BE liUUlBradford ( TRCRDLV. ynin4Y' ''2Pkg. ----_5cMATCHES '

Pound These pi"ta are grown on this term. jle> James Dunn and\Bafly, .Kllers j 24-Oz. PICKLES, Sweet . ., 15c "
and from fresh urttock. '
** i have the plants and Miss Dorothy Turner Dar returned County "Hold Me Tight" j :
-
? Deed to raise *om. berries fornext ,home from a several weeks visit 'TUNA FISH -Lb. Can

Mason. See me or write In Ft. Myers with her brother and Hardware Co. ..*. Tkta rr.fT.- Its will A4.it 4_Boxes:___':'15c ,. /2 e ]15cnIO.
lour sister-in-law Mr. and :Mrs J. O. L Yes ?.. II S. : t
expected acreage, we can : "U..'.!..!.... Sptewa.** 14tk i "-
A. CRIFFIS. 8-J8tf Turner, Jr.
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Home Canned Goods t SCHOOLYS ,
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Hints To Housewives BY DwIG,
Boost Farm IncomesIn


i 1 FARMERS SECTION Gadsden- County i I Weekly Specialists from-Home, Tallahassee Demonstration ii I I ( III

QUINCY-,With $15.000: worth of

Conducted by Demonstration Agents canned products on their pantry; MILK FOR TIIE FAMILY Mil WHAT A f vEER FfEItNC .- .,
u
shelves ready for sale, in additionto Milk is valuable for the nutritionof \\ I ICIAPP@D I II IQEAf23
,rot generous quantities for home twe someone HAD
young and: old, sick and well
fad I+ use, the home demonstration women in-I
''s _. I '
.
... = active and hard working.A T11E1R k1An0.1R
'-"" ... and girls of Gadsden County ex-
dally quota of mjlk Is
generous
pect to supplement the incomes of KT O+iE.i: My EARS :
the
especially during
necessary
Pigs And Sows Are their farm families this year. They
I years of rapid growth.
I RURAL
planted large gardens and canned
Being Marketed Milk has no equal among foods
the to a definite
c surplus according
t'' COMMON SENSE as a of calcium which .la
source :
Emergency Program schedule and budget, with the aid I
needed for sound teeth I
by
Dy SPUDS JOHNSON' of Miss Eliae Lafitte, home demon- everyone iiN I
tr and strong bones I Ii I If
stration agent. Advance orders
GAINESVILLE The United
The proteins of milk are usually I
have been obtained for 10,000
FARM OR GROVE SHOULD States Department of Agriculture efficient for.growth and are valuable -I Dn
BE CONSIDERED AS UNIT has approved Farris & Co., Jacksonville quarts of their home canned prod- throughout life in maintaining -

M IN PLANNING TilE WORK and Swift & Co., Moultrie, ucts.The tissue in good condition.

P Ga., as proceosors of pigs and pig- home canning Industry has Milk .is unique among foods because t 1

i The farm or grove la a unit, and gy sows which the government is been standardized under the direc- I each of the six vitamins now .

I" I should be BO considered In conducting buying In the hog reduction pro tion of the home demonstration !known Is found in It in small or

farm operations. Thought gram recently Inaugurated, accord- agent, and standard products and large quantities. Milk fat is often
u effect which ing to an announcement by the Ag- containers are used. Last year .used the
should be given to the as principal source of vitamin (
j y each operation will have on every ricultural Extension Service. These these products brought in nearly A In the diet, and skimmilk ( ( I IJ

other part of the farm and on succeeding firms are now buying pigs, the an- $13,000 to Gadsden farm families, of vitamin G. I ee ee

I+ I' operations. The farm nouncement said, those for Farrls and ,this year the sales should be In the low-cost diet, milk is i x T s III,

r + should be managed BO that the interlocking being handled through the Na- higher. The women and girls haveon I prominent because It provides high ee, I
tional Stockyards of Jacksonville. hand 4,000 quarts of their stan-
'.j, operations will/ give beat quality protein calcium and vita- L I
y td, rhLq returns. The first shipment wall made from dard vegetable mixture, 2,000 mins A and G cheaolv. I:

An Interesting example of the Interlocking Alachua County on August 31. quarts of white butterbeans, 2,000 Dried, evaporated, and: condensed J 1// Lfr

I all Extension officials emphasizedthat quarts of white peas, 2,400 quartsof milk are often used to advantage in '
relationship opera arrangements for shipping blueberries, 400 half of r .
gallons
; J
place of fresh milk. 4///j {
tions occurred in the citrus field a Skimmilk, in I I .a
f" pigs for sale to the government pickle relish, 100 half gallons of either II
liquid or dried is
form an
few years ago. _Some of the larger should be made through the county pear sauce and 300 quarts of other I
Important food material. II .
caretakers decided .iJ
e grove owners and I Ii
and certificate from
agent a him
products.
P; i4 to place the work on an operation Artificial feeding of infants has I J
should
each
( than accompany shipment, People of Qulncy co-operate by lost many of Its hazards since clean i
basis, rather on a I
h Qi V i
$ i showing that the pigs are from Last milk I I I IGUAROffjttlCE1.5
purchasing the products. yeara of low bacterial count has
t' ; r? t grove basis. One man was given farmers and not dealers. The packers
1 the responsibility for fertilizing the home product shop was estab- come on the market raw, pasteurIzed -

groves I another for cultivating and are advance operating arrangements under a shouldbe quota, i lished here, and through it all sur- canned, and dried. If soft-

plus products were sold. curd milk and vitaminenrichedmilk
4 A'G them another handled the Irrigation made before
any pigs are ship The idea is an outgrowth of some become
available
more
until generally -
the line -
f' and
"t' i so on up ped to them it was said.
the fruit was harvested. Each man Under the instructions outlined experimental canning for marketIn Infant feeding will be further 9 _
4 1927 by Ruth McKeown a girl simplified. -- ---
and
for his
was responsible Job
nothing more. Each man did his lot it was of pigs said will that be payment the for basis each of who was in 4-H Club work under It is the responsibility of the GoS" OF couRSE Tiletr AR.E ; --=
on
f ? 1 I the direction of Miss Laffitte. That consumer: to know what clean milkIs "
t
t job and did It well the average weight of all pigs in HOPI .., 6oME YOU U.OUffT -
she canned and sold about two to demand It '
in '
year community
it found that every -
However was soon the lot. The maximum weight CS -n..fH 4".s ?
the plan did not work out to the for each lot Is dozen tins of a vegetable mixture and to keep milk in a cold, clean

a best Interests of the grove as a that range Is, the difference thirty between pounds the; composed of tomatoes, corn, okra, I place from the)time it is delivered --

,, whole. When each man was think llghest pig and the heaviest pig In butterbeans and onions. So good until It is used., r Billions of dollars worth of gold The merchant marine of Australia Silk spinning and

ing only of his job he should have a lot shall not be more than thirty the mixture proved to be that this A good refrigerator that holds a have been taken from the Johannesburg and New Zealand July 1, 1932, of manufactu
carpets and I
been of the effect of his 4-H girl was able to sell several low constant temperature in the prayer rugs are Im
thinking No be mines in less than half a
pounds. marketed was of
pig 496
composed
may steamships,
portant industries
_ hundred cans In 1928, and three milk compartment is a safeguard of ancient
; 'N work on the work of the others under the century.A seventy-three motor ,
emergency program ships and ten Bursa.
other club girls sold similar prod- to health.-Anna Mae Slices.
and the welfare of the grove. which weighs less than twentyfiveor sailing vessels. .

f _ When the man In charge of Irrigation more than 100 pounds. ucts on a small scale. S steel bridge spans the Grand S- Anacondas
The big enough to seal
ostrich is
the
-
By the next year the women largest living
turned on the hose, he was Farmers desiring to market pigsor were Interested and the standardsfor bird. Canyon nearly 600 feet above the The Forests constitute Norway'schief low a calf Infest the delta of the)

thinking only of applying enough piggy sows should make all arrangements canned evol- I waters of the Colorado. natural resources. Amazon.
the products were
water to keep the ground from be- through their county ved. The home demonstration I, --- --

coming too dry. 'Tls true that that agents, It was said. The emergencyhog
agent demonstrations to each
_ Is. the primary of Irriga- will gave
F purpose marketing program con- club in the county in methods of I
tion. But Irrigation also affects tinue until October 1.
r6 the utUlzatlon'of fertilizer and canning the different products. She
helped to secure sales for the prod- I
makes desirable slight changes in
Home Flock Record ucts. By 1931 the sales amounted
fertilizer practices. It makes -
possible to nearly 95,000 and those in 1932
} Keeping Project To
a cover crop over a longer totaled nearly $13,000. Romance

period, thua adding more organic Begin- Ninth- Year -. -
'A matter to the soil The added moisture -

and the cover crop also aid In Get The Children

:' y natural control of pests, thus lessening GAINESVILLE Florida poul- For School
Ready
the amount of spraying re- trymen will begin keeping another

quired. The trees are kept In bet- year's records in co-operation with
r the Agricultural Extension Serviceon TALLAHASSEE-"Physical defects -
ter condition, there Is less dead I
wood and consequently less mela- October 1. This will mark the of children should be cared

+ : nose stemend rot. And as a result beginning of the ninth year in for. before the children return to You often hear
which such records have school" of the home people refer
of all these things fruit'of better been kept. say specialists regretfully to
= i Norman R. Mehrhof, extension demonstration staff of the State '-
quality is produced. the "dear old of
poultryman, Frank W. Brumley, College for Women, in calling attention days romance"---to the time when

11i Nearly every operation interlocks extension economist use the records to the fact that school days the

9'' with one or more other operations In studies of poultry flock are again here. knight-errant roamed the earth to do honor to

r and so the work of farm or management and the poultrymenwho "It Is now recognized that much his '
J '
grove must be considered as a co-operate are enabled to keep of the listlessness, laziness and dullness lady's eyes.

>+ ; .whole. closer tab on their flocks. in school children may be
[ .
Two new record books are being caused by poor physical condition

Experiment Station prepared for distribution, one for rather than by any mental peculi- -. These

Dairy Herd One Of small flocks and another for large arity or defect" people complain that we are living in

flocks. In the records, the flocks These specialists also point out 1'" ;, an of realism!

f ; Outstanding Record are divided into those containingup the necessity of having the children .. age
,
to fifty birds from fifty-one to form regular habits and thus .' ,

',. GAINESVILLE At least 110 250, from 251 to 600, and over 600 keep in better physical condition. '

registered Jersey bulls have been birds. Leading flocks In those Irregularity in eating is one of the ;:/" ::, An of realism?

sold to Florida dairymen from the groups for the first ten months principal bad habits easy to acquire ,,' "1'0; ,.", .,.;; age Why this is the most romantic -

p Florida Experiment Station dairy ,this year are owned by G. A, Downey during the summer vacation, n. ';!)y n', of alleges!

e herd it was disclosed In a recent Tavares; Foster Ellis Calla- and letting the child eat when and I ;" 1, 'r' f

!,' report from Dr. R. B. Becker, specialist han; I. C. Thompson, Belleview, what he wants and to have snacks "\ : "
f In dairy investigations and and Henry Smith HiUlard. between meals whenever he wishes "

i' P, T. Dix Arnold, In charge of -the Is bound to develop bad food habits .'" ,;.; :,; An age where the human voice is hurled
across
./ 1 herd. I More Screw Worms which may leave permanent effectson /
health.A r. the world without wires
The experiment station herd was Reported By AgentSeveral his physical mid- ,, ; where the temperature of
definite mid-morning or \ :;i1 ?",
established
In 1901 and now consists -
afternoon lunch of milk and breador Mars is taken more than
thirty millions
p? of twenty-nine cows, twenty- cases of'the screw be If of miles
fruit given regularly
f tour calves, and three herd sires worm have been found scattered may needs food between the where tons of steel
the child away;
: This .Is a total of fifty-six head, throughout the northern half of the carrying precious human
circum- -
meals. Under no
'
and all are registered Jerseys. county, reports County Agent L> T stances regular should the child be allowedto : lives ride'easily and safely through the air
There are now seventeen Registerof Dyer who has been very busy directing be- 1 or under -
nibble sweets
Merit cows In the herd and thir- the treatment of affected tween meals. continuously 'I the sea!

ty-two station owned cows have animals. _
habits should : -
made the test since the herd was This be Regular sleeping
controlled
pest can says ; "
also be encouraged and carried out,
Started. Mr. Dyer, if everyone will do his : '/;;
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.4 ,To make the Register of Merit, even on Sundays to prevent const .: : :, The '
% part by watching his livestock, by patlon, nervousness and sleeplessness .; advertising columns of this full
which is awarded by the American treating the infested animals and paper are

Jersey Cattle Club three year old by burning all dead animals. Every* member of the family : ...._ ;. of this modern romance---stories of things -
cows must produce 230: % pounds The treatment recommended is A; 'pro.pt'1

t of fat in ten months. For each day to clean wound of the maggots and should have by an the annual family physical physician.examination : ,. t l duced by men who have devoted their lives to

over three years of age when the benzol '
apply deep into the wound '
(
i /
this true of the chil
i test starts they must produce one- with a baby syringe or oil can- dren.Especially- Is d..t :".; : bringing new: comforts conveniences and pleasures
-
tenth pound more to qualify. The fill hole full-and cover wound .. ....,.,,,..... r'"," ,
809 day record must be forty with ; to mankind.
pine tar oil and linseed oil or TO HOLD FARM SCHOOL I i.,

pounds higher than the 80S day pine gum to prevent relnfestatlon. Close to 500 farmer sand farm ,.' ,NS ,M I r
k HI record if the cow qualities for the The carcasses of the dead animals Largo Flar-A three-day extension '. ",..,' ,. .. .'
.
.
a .a full year period. A bull to become furnish ideal places for breed- school for Pinellas ''county .t':"' ;'\

.L'' R Register of Merit must have three Ing files says Mr. Dyer and If we farmers and homemakers will be Advertisements tell of these achievements not

+ slaughters that are Register of are to control the pest It Is necessary \f// &
e held at the fair grounds here be- .. : "" S with the
MerIC. ;'and they" must be_ from different that these be destroyed as ginning September 11, County ':' exaggeration of a jongleur but with calm, ;

p dams. soon as possible. Agent William Oomme and Mrs. 7'7 S ; ;: : simple words of is
sincerity.
1 e 7Y9 etgte records are now held Veterinarians of the State Livestock Joy Belle. Hess, home demonstration *4> Here a firm that has

I by station owned cows. The junior Sanitary Board and of the agent have announced. I;*tt:"'/ spent a million dollars to

I three-year-old record was recently U. S. Department Animal Indus Close to 500 farmers and farm S develop a product that

1 captured by Florida Fontaine Marie try have been In the county in Interest women are expected to attend and ,.f,' makes your baby more comfortable.
with 412.52 pounds fat and Here is a
of eradicating this pest, butcan many practical phases of farmingand "' A
7,632 pounds of milk in 305 days.'I only give demonstrations and homemaking will be discussedby : :\4. ,, company that has labored fifty

g The junior four-year-old record is information, and leave it up to thepeople prominent workers with the \'' years to cut a sin-

held by Wexford Majesty Heiress I to work out their own sal College of Agriculture Experiment : :/ ::. gle hour of toil from your day's work. Here is
'
with 39272 a
pounds fat and 7,933 vation. Station and Extension Service, .- .
pounds of milk. : All infestation should be reported leading farmers and others. ,. ; man who has Searched the Seven Seas
y : At the station all cows are miJk- : to L. T. Dyer county agent, : V to produce anew
I :
:
ed twice dally and In all other ways Lake Butler, Fla. The British Privy Council in 1921 .-<*. I flavor for your dinner.

,c given treatment similar to that declared New Foundland possessorof

4 any practical dairyman gives his The 1933 potato crop of the Unit- some 110,000 square miles ad- ,.',c:' n .

i herd.Farmers'. ed States will be eighteen per cent jacent to the Labrador coast, pre- r
;; ;
S t less than the 1932 crop, accordingto viously claimed by Quebec. ,;.. 4....... Romance? This age is full of it! Read the
purchasing power, In t<< estimates of the United States : ,.

__It' terms of exchange of farm products Department of Agriculture. Reductions Thirty-six ferry boats are used "" advertisements. They tell you what the magicians -

l' for other goods, dropped 10 of from five to thirty-six between San Francisco and the

I, ro\i per cent from July IS to August 15, per cent are predicted for the late cities across the bay.Ishoners of industry are doing for
55 S r because of price declines for farm potato states. to save. you.

advanea' e -
\ The main source of supply .of If you can't raise stable manure h
d i.4 cording to the U. S. Bureau of Agricultural Bismuth has been Schneeberg. in for your land grow it the vetch

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Austrian
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SEPTEMBEB 8. 1933 IIB&Droao ootnrrr TJI..ICC1BArD.I5TA.B.KZ.:: ft.OlUD PAGE SEVEN,,

.iYi _C ___ -___.______- _________________u___ ___ -- _..

,, Raleigh took possession of Roanoke '

i -1 1Dear I Island under the name of


-h 9 J BANKERS PREPARE : Wlngon-da-coa Pretty Clothes You(the Wear Land)of. What


FARM FINANCE BOOK use's ; NOTICK' OP ELECTIONKNtw

I II '
AM MEN liT THRBBJ
my wlfd $ glib /y fell, a sets myPlata j j4IOS.. I PRESENTS That SMOLTZ,
Tells Banker and Farmer I. \ Uovernur of the 18tV't:: Florida,

i frUIUrbU p AU religious if teaching have, doctrine ciainJ ertd Editor Sir Telegraph: What to t Consider> In M k.ing : 1' stone pursuant of an to act the of the term cllature and provl of 1
/ they are to any t the State of Florida entitled:
loyahy wed doe otloa of people, must be la harmony with Permit me space to say and Sound Loan f' \

.f i the Cbr whose words fit tato every fold and envies quote some things that will uplift "An Act to Provide for the I

knUMl hula, nd of whom" it was said In John T: for Holding the :Purpo.of State of Ratifying Convention or .

fitly ylll7i T I9 HAN. who reads them. 8 f." &M liMn prextftred by Rejecting Proposed Amendments },

-__ e* BnMU r4 and Dates eoonlI Uea are Invited to sew tkla de- Sam Jones once said: "If you the Atrloultnral Commission of Ue United to the States Constitution" approved of June the

aw ( etmrek aeftvtttev, ergaaLaOene .sues.i are right the truth wont hurt you American Banker A. oclatiOllo immmartln THE SCOPE AND PURPOSE OF THEPRESIDENTS 7th isti, j ,
TVire..1S gtreo a4 sefcarg. atmtt ttie etUy material published br It I h
*
and If not right oughtto
,
are do
you you hereby fix Tuesday, the 10th day,
tt aarfi nMi raeefc tU_ sglee ) ( > ..hwdqmarmingVey during the put tea years. It pea EMERGENCY
be hurt righteously.' of October, A. D I.... a. the date
eMBMt he a.d1Ntv4 nea* IMOOWtr eate a compendium of Mleatltefaets. for holding and do hereby call, a 1.'r.
--- No man-be he king potentateor special election In each and every r
and In RE-EMPLOYMENT
practice eiparienee of the State to b. I
I President, has any right to ask county a,
CHURCH DIRECTORY was afraid of D& d." and tried to farming with timely and fctlpfat held on Tuesday t'i.r loth day of E
R66 me to think wrong do wrong, or uh.
I October A. O. for the r'
aa..UQft to serve as a reference CAMPAIGN purpo.
kill him. So David fled Into hidingafterward .I.atan.
vote wrong anywhere, 'or at any of elxtjr-aeven (I T) dele-
First Baptist Church, he called on Jonathan and guide la the dally itmtfae of s gates at large to a convention to b. h
Johnson pastor. time. baakla tad Urmia mm tt prsetli held on the second Tuesday In November. -
j judtoa : ecoetly: to Irean whether Saul Intended "No nation can drink Itself into M l workers In M ee flelds ob- Tto Ptwfc-MH1* foMttency IUnplrat Cin,*>O _T keih A. D. 111 at Tallah........
Services Jonathan aji
kill him. Florida
Sunday to pursue and to ratify or reject the following ; (
I School at 10 a.m.PrelchlDI' to to a feast at prosperity." If so, the whlllk.,. W..aa idea aa to what silent sad >.*iilml kiedy M a plaa to add from tjaOQJXX to 6flOOJOOO ptonet proposal of the Congress oC 1
Sunday at lla.m. agreed go I soaked nations of Europe would be la what moaner faria loan should.b. the satioa' pefrolle wltKla the sat ale. was** er to, ttu* |l> the United States, made am the totladay h
H him father's palace and learn all he of February, A. D. ItIS, to.>
I richest nations earth today.In egresmjale made with the rrel P. U., T p.m. and to David at a certain the on limited br soil ....10.. weeds, plantdlieates. amend the Constitution of the I
could
J8.T. report
the Sunday. School lesson for rodents and ire baard. ...... If iadlddaah mgbyIa twe or moss pdbou MOL United Btatee i t

Methoeusf:; Church place.absence When from Jonathan the feast excusecDavid's and last Sunday. we were told about The book alo tadleaies how much that this soaker of jabs mar be sude.amiUUa, H will "Reaolved by the Ranat and "! '),

Iff.F. Jonas, pastor. the result of King Saul listening to Is added to to* security of a farm be .-r)'. el eowea, for employer la maar sew to ehortea work- House of Rspraaentatlvee of the ?

|Sunday School 10 a.m. tried to defend him, Saul became the "mandate of the people," Instead loaD by the farmer who heepa ao- lag hour. The plan also prevUe for.eertala sftlnhmum wa
Morning Worship, 11 ajn.People's enraged and tried to kill Jonathan. of the mandate; of God, who counts and practice good )u.lness wbleb aleo la, easy caM will mean added Ubor cots for the_plo,1S\ of arh ICoua concurring there r I

young Meeting 7 p.m. "And It came to pass In the I said "Destroy. utterly." method, as well as the extent to The PreeUent'e Agreement bower, Includee a pledge el scope..- In). That the following article y q,

morning, that Jonathan went out Saul thought he knew more than which loan are safeguarded br crop tba from tae oooiumiac public smut is thae aatlelpsted that theenplerer la hereby to the proposed Constitution aa an amendment of the* 0 r''y'

"'NbytertChareb Into the field at the time appointedwith God, and therefore he spared Agog rotation production of legumes. judicious ., while undertaklog a larger expense u the direct reeult of United Btatea which .hall be

|gar George H. Lowry, minister. I David and a little lad with the king and five droves of sheep nee of commercial fertilisers bis agreement with the President will gain added patronage a* the a.valid part to of all the Intents Constitution and purpose whan* i

8 Services Sunday September 10, ; him." After giving David a signto and a herd of cattle. the me of quality seed and the pro- just reward of I hi, public spirited ettltudevTb ratified by convention In thr.* )

J follows: I flee from danger he sent the lad He "Just could not bear" to kill riding .t home grown feed fact aim 1 Is to be borne in mind that where ill employers act fourth of the several' atates:

|10:00: A. tf.Sunday School; T. ,' away. David came from his hiding these therefore he took them for Another section sets forth the precautions together to put people back on their payroll or to race. wages, no If 'ARTICLE- +

1 Williams, acting superintendent. place and "they kissed one another sacrifices, as an offering with that should be exercised br employer as the President himself hat pointed out."mil tuffir b.fnuniKt flection' of amendment 1. The eighteentharticle to the r ,

11:00: A. M.-Mornln& worship; and wept one with another And which to bribe God. But his plan bott the banker and farmer when relative lets of compttitivi coal will advanct by tkt tarn amount Constitution of the United
Inaon by the pastor Jonathan said to David Go in negotiating loan to Increase or 1m- for alL" State" la hereby repealed
did not work. | 'Section 1. The transportation
[7:oo p M.Christian Endeavor. peace, forasmuch as we have sworn Let all true Christians around prove dairy production or beef It U to be understood that this plan is supplementary to the plan or Importation Into any a

B No evening service. both of us, In the name of the the world pray that the nations sheep, swine or poultry production of code adoption by various industrial and trade group which b.. for State the United. Territory. States, or for possession delivery or of !} P > ,>' ? >s

|A cordial Invitation to all ourItvices Lord saying, The Lord be betweenme of earth In general, and that America a* well at what factor should be its purpose the elimination of unfair competition, the eeubllihment of use therein of Intoxicating liquors .

extended to all. and thee and between my seed Roosevelt In considered In the economic market more equable rewards for labor, the spread of employment and the In violation of the law.the..ot ', + "
and President
and thy seed for ever. And he rose hear and heed particular the ing of product and the war .fflclency control of production. This plan for speeding butinen recovery, ,t Ion la hereby I. This prohibited.HBP article, ahall. ,
.
IvffTEY CHURCH DIRECTORY and departed; and Jonathan went may In production affect efficiency launched under the provisions of the National Recovery Act passed be Inoperative unless It shall

First Baptist Church: into city." Jonathan once more story Samuel of King 15th chapter.Saul as told In First In marketing. Many othereverday by the last Congress, i I. rapidly being made effective, and there will have been to the ratified Constitution a. an by amendment convention I r I

Hev. U F. Chapln, pastor. visited David to warn him and renew for lub.stltulng detail of farm life that be no let-up on the drive to make it. adoption widespread.The In the several atatea. v
I Preaching services first and their covenant of love and What did King Saul get hare a practical financial algnln- President's Emergency Reemployment plan will bridge lime as provided. In the Constitution. ,,
the "mandate of the within seven year from the
rd Sundays, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. friendship. (1 Samuel 23:16.: ) for the mandate of God?peo.pie" cance are treated In the book. and bring the nation out of the depression more rapidly than if the data nf submission .hereof. to the t w
code The President' Statee by the Can err.**.'H If
adoption plan were depended upon exclusively.
Jonathan must remember 1 1.pest
In judging we He got five drove of sheep and a i
Sunday school 10 a. m., H. B. Ar- that he was son of the herd of oxen. Bank Repay R. F. C. Loans Agreement also coven many business groups that would not be men- Such election to be held In all re. ',
able to any of the code arrangements.And In accordance with the provl..lon. '
uptUNDAY'SCHOOL king and heir to the throne. What What did he lose? He lost his of, and In the manner prerrlbed .
ever David gained in favor, Jonathan throne sceptre, and his what i i. still more Important, perhaps, President's. Emergency In, the Act of the Leglslature
kingdom, '
Among the loan of 13,819,000,000 Re-employment campaign carries certain psychological: value nf Florida aforesaid.. '
would lose. crown, and died a suicide. made by the Federal Government that are as priceless as patriotism at this juncture of our economic IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF t d... 4hereby
.
After Jonathan's death David set hand and do ..
my cause t
When the fox: lock up your
preys through the Reconstruction Finance history The President himself made this quite clear in his recent radio he affixed hereto the Ureat Heal of
LESSON said of him "Thy love to me was chickens. When the wets talk Corporation, the highest percentageof address to the nation when he said: "On the baiii of this .imp!.prmtlpl the Htate of Florida at Tallahassee n n l

wonderful" passing the love of temperance safe-guard your chil repayments, official report show of everybody doing thing toffelner, see art starting out an hit 155 the*.Capital, this 11th day of July.

FOR SEPTEMBER 10, 1933 women. (2 Samuel 1:25.: : ) dren. bas been made br the banks Indicating nationwide attack on unmploymtnt..ll succeed if our ftopla (UUEAT SEAL) r w .11I

subject: Jonathan. In conclusion, let us hear Judge the return of stability as the undetttand it-,in tAt big inJuttriti, Ch tht Cult shop, in tht greed Governor DAVH BHOLTZ! of Florida, 1

olden Text: : "A friend loveth Daniels as quoted in the North chief unsettling element of public cities and in the small viUagtt. Them It nothing complicated about it By the Oovrnor Attest: ..

ill times." Proverbs 17:17.: Carolina Christian Advocate: fear has been lifted from them. and that it nothing particularly new' in the prlnclpl It goal back to R. A. URAT.

Samuel 18:1-4 BOB JONES Pronouncing sentence of twentyto The Reconstruction Finance Corporation the bah idea tacitly, and o/ tht Nation itttlf. that p.opl.lcdll' ,
Lesson Text: 1 : ; a
3542. twenty-five years on Erby Holt, has authorised cash ad. in a group can accomplish things. which no individual acting ale,,. NOTICH OF TAX APPMOATIOIV I,1Et1 FOR. '/

16 and 17 of Firstuel for killing David Price, Judge ranees, fully secured br sound col. could ever hope to bring about" NOTICE IS JIKH1CIIT OT.VBW 1,

chapters Frank A. Daniels said: lateral to 6,278 bank since It began Thu. we have *H the power and potency of man attack directed That Mrs. Grace Klnnny I holder of '1
"the of OMMENTS Tax
we are told, spirit Certificate No 114, Ird day of
Lord from Saul and "David Price is lying In his graveas operations In February 1932 and long sound line of organization and system Here briefly, is an outline August A. 1>>>. 1931 has filed ....rlltloat. .. h '
departed (1; H ERE the result of drink and this made actual disbursement to themIn of this organized attack on unemployment! In every community, In my office and made application I Nil
evil spirit from the Lord trou- for tax: deed to issue thereon inaccordance -
the amount Of
of
hlm." AND young man, Erby Holt, Is going to $1,221,878.000. organizations are formed along military line, which Is fitting enough, ) with law. Bald certificate ;i iIIIII
HEREAFTER.Billy the penitentiary in the prime of his this amount however, 1345,073,000. because the President's Emergency Reemployment campaign Is Uncle embrace the following described .
roe of Saul's servant's told him of the evils of or over 44 per cent, has been repaid : Sam's and the property situated In Ilradford 'n y
youth as a result war on unemployment nation is rallying to the colors just County, Florida j
to-wltl West
:livid and bis ability to play the half }
drink And yet, in the face of this by the banks. All other classes of a* loyally a* though we were actually engaged In a war gainst a nf Northeast Quarter of Southeast f n '
and
Rand that he was "A mighty I Sunday, Sam Jones, teU me that the borrower combined hare repaid foreign foe. Quarter and on. acre In Northeast
case they
lint man of war and pru.l" I the other great evangelists of this pathetic about 18 cent of their loans. J Corner of Northwest Quarter of
Wherefore Saul sent for generation and the past genera Eighteenth Amendment Is soon to per The local committee I.I made op of the active head of the leeJIng, Southeast Quarter, Suction 16. Town.
I .
be repealed. They are going to establish e-- business and civic organizations and include also the These hip 7 South Kange 11 East, containing .
mayor ) '
became and moved
who came and tion drew crowds MRS. EDITH DEW 11 ."1'...
le armour-bearer. "And it crowds not Just because they were barrooms at every cross committee in the thousand of cities and town throughout the countrywere The assessment'" of said property I I
M. Ward Dew 31 of i
between the Mrs. Edith under the said certificate Is-ued
roads cross and )letters was
-no, even formed following telegram sent by General Johnson
e to pass, when the evil spirita unique personalities. They did the Mandarin, wife of Hartwell A. In the name of Mre. Clraoe Klnney.
roads-where motorists can stop to presidents of Chambers of Commerce or similar trade bodies In Unless said certificate shall
Da could Sam b.
: God was upon Saul that job because they preach. re i'
and refresh themselves with spirituous I Dew railway mall clerk, died in a every section of the United State These local committee elect a general deemed according law, tax deed
took a harp and played with Jones startled the crowds with his I 0'.0; )
will Issue
local hospital Wednesday night following thereon" the Kth day of.
drink. The result will be a to hare charge of the city campaign and a lieutenant general whois ,
hand: so Saul was refreshed, peculiar style of saying things. But September. A. D. 10.3.
the : an Illness of six: weeks. The selects three colonels each of whom /' P PA
wholesale massacre of good a woman. general is to takeover Hated title llth day of Auguat
]was well a"d the evil spirit de- In every great meeting he conducted }
Mrs. Dew was born at Freeport, L. UaI
people of this state."I a certain part of the campaign work. For example Colonel No. 1ha +
Ited from him"en there were a few services when A. S, THOMAS, ,
1 1902 and movedto i
between the feel like the old minister, an Fla., January charge of the "man-power" or organization department. Under his Clerk of Circuit Court, II'
Sam Jones preached Gospel
there was a war ardent prohibitionist, who shocked Mandarin four year ago. She direction block-to-block canvasses will be made to check up on compliance Bradford County, Florida. r ,
and Israelites and with tremendous These
Philistines
t power. his congregation once by declaringthat was a member of the Methodist with the President's Agreement, and to make a survey of the I'JlllltI9.1INUT'ID 1 } ; f
the the services when he accomplished
lr armies were gathered on were
he was in favor of whiskey as Church. unemployed as to adaptability by experience aa to trade and Indus- OP APPLICATION FOtV
site" side of the Valley of his results.In long as It is kept In Its place-its Besides her husband and three tries and thus be able more readily to help in the processes of assimilation VAX UmaolNOTICE / t
the Bob Jones College we had children Lucy Ann, Hartwell A. of labor Industrie Colonel No.2 has IS IIERRBT dlVEN,
by expanding briefly charge
,
place being in hell. I am not a fanatic That A. O. 1'earsall holder of 1-T
And there went out a champion last year about fifty young ,men this subject but I have Jr., and Preston Ward Dew, of of newspaper publicity and kindred activities( and Colonel No. 3 h.. of Tax Certificate No. 410 Ird day
of the camp of the Philistines, studying for the ministry. I tell on Mandarin, she Is survived by her the training and direction of public speakers under his charge. of August, A. 1>. 1131. has filed said
:toed "Goliath of Oath whose these boys they cannot all be great seen too much of the evils resulting certificate In my office and made .
Mr. and Airs. Jesse Wardof Each of these three colonels has
from drink not to be cognizantthe parents, seven or more majors on his staff, application for tax deed to Issue tr
gbt was six cubits and a span I preachers, but that they can all conditions that Freeport; two sister, Mrs. Maxie and each major has about the same number of captain Each captain thereon In accordance with law.
ut nine feet and four inches). preach a great gospel. They are deplorable Said certificate embrace the follow.
would arise from the legalizing of Burleson and Mrs. Fred Peter- has seven or more field worker All of the local organizations are, of Ins described property situated In
Lath challenged the Israelites to human but their message Is divine. of drink. The man, of Pnaocola and two brothers course,constantly. supplied with educational and inspirational( material Hradford County, Florida to-wltl ,
sale
the
d out a man to fight, saying, 'If I Men may reject the messenger, but spirituous Capt. Henry Ward, New Orleans of all kind. from the National Recovery Administration In Washington. Southeast Quarter of Southwest p q
Quarter of
Amendment will "Section S3
probably
Township
Eighteenth 1
be able to fight: with me, and to they cannot reject the message for and Capt. Frank Ward Pen- Literally ton. and tons of printed matter has .been shipped to every South, Range 12 East ,1
but not
be long.
me, then will be be your servo without doing it at the peril of repealed, sacola. nook and corner of the country. The assessment of said property d

ti, but if I prevail against him their souls When people realize that the that results The body was forwarded Thursday The N.R.A. emblem known popularly .. the Blue Eagle, ia one of In under the the name said of certificate Unknown.Issued wan }

|i kill him, then shall ye be our "I don't like the way he preaches. are not what is desired night to Freeport where serv- the most interesting and vital feature of the campaign. All employers unless. said certificate shall be !*-

nts and serve us. When Saul ." That is what young lady crime will be more widespread and Ices and burial took place Friday. who sign the President's Agreement are entitled to display the Blue deemed will Issue according thereon on to the law HtU tax day deed of f/ 'i

d all Israel heard those words of said to me about a certain preach rampant prohibition will speedily TimesUnion.The Eagle with the Initial. NR.A. and the word "We Do Our Part." September A. 1>. 1933. / e
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Philistine, they were dismayed. er. "How do you like what he I return and will be a permanent In. deceased was well known Merchant, manufacturers and all other who have the right to displaythe A.Dated D. this 11th day of August, r v

I greatly afraid." Now David preaches?" I inquired. "I don't stitution. here, when she, with her husband Insignia by reason of their having complied with the President' A. J. THOMAS + 0

Goliath's challenge and said know" she said: "I just don't like "Ordinarily I don't like the use and family resided on Cherry Agreement are permitted to hang It on their walls,or in their windows Clerk of Circuit Court m, t

1>a Is this uncircumcised Phllis- his style." This young lady thoughtshe of French words when! others can Street and her many Starke or on truck. and can, and. If they so desire, to stamp It on their product 8.1516t1l-l$Bradford County, Florida ; N

e that he should defy the armiesthe was very cultured and broad. be used, but the word 'elite' Is appropriately -I friends sympathize with the family or merchandise. It 1s, In fact, the desire of the Recovery Admin I

living God 7"Saul's As a matter of fact she was very used when It Is applied ,in their bereavement. Istration that all make liberal use of this badge of patriotism.Any NOTICM Sixty day OB- after FINAL date U.IICII"'RGIO hereof, to- 44' # y I''

servants rehearsed Da- narrow. I go to a dining room and to those socially prominent citizens person !In the United States who wishes to cooperate In the will 3rd day of September 1933 I p'', 1

'a words before Saul; "And be the waiter brings me well-cooked who keep well stocked provisionsof : MRS. M. 1(. HAYES President's Emergency Reemployment Campaign and be considered asa account will present to the my Honorable voucher 13 and K. final t

l for him." palatable food. I don't like the whiskeys and wines on hand at I Funeral services were held Friday member of the N.R.A. may go to the authorized establishment in hi. County Judge Bradford Ferryman. ,

Alter a long talk with Saul Da- waiter, therefore, I won't eat the all times to be served to their I afternoon at 3:00: o'clock at locality and sign a statement of cooperation a* followsi County .Florida. and .kt to be diecharged 1'

.'was sent out to fight with Go- food. That is not my way of doing guests on social occasions. And Antioch Church near LaCrosse for "/ will cooperate in reemployment by supporting and patron- tate Df Mary Administrator Elvol Andrew of the E.d- I

things. I don't eat the waiter, but yet we Judges are expected to send Mrs. Mamie H. Hayes who* passedat icing employer and workers who art members of NJtut." c..ed.

e food I eat it. the poor negro to jail who attempts Any such signer will then be given and thereafter the This the Uth dy of July, till,
Philistine came near and if he brings me good .tier home In, Gainesville Thurs may use O. W. ANDREWS
id it pint. It Is all wrong. The repealof Every phase of the progress of this mighty campaign will be Bashed 7-IIIIItlll.U; Deceased- t
eomest to me with staves 7- from whatever source may come ness. Mrs. Hayes was sixty years r b
n said David to the Philistine even though it may be brought tome ,' our prohibition laws will certainly In the newspapers of the country and announced constantly over the ClKlllfS IIKPOHT

i coolest to me with a sword by a crude messenger."I make matters worse." old.Rev.. C. B. Stephens of the radio. In this way everyone will be In a position to know Just what the Stark -
September 1 1
spear, and with a shield; but like Dr.. So-and-so. When he Faithfully yours.W. Seventh Day Adventist Church, of campaign Is doing from day to day la actually putting people back ea Report of't.Clerk of the Circuit 1J. r h1 j j

me to thee (In the name of therd preaches he makes me feel so good. E. DAUGHERTY. ,which the deceased was a member the payroll and adding to the mew purchasing power of the country. Court Florida In. on and account for Bradford of taxes County t

of hosts the God of the are I go to his church thinking I am a MASTER'S) SA1.B conducted the services. While as ba been stated It i Is desired that liberal use of the for the year \11)12 assessed '' ,

@I of Israel, whom thou hast de- sinner, and I come away feeling Notice I.[ hereby given l that under Mrs. Hayes had been a residentof Insignia be made by employer and consum,,", It I Is to be rememberedthat C. A.C.KNIGHT.s>ty Prep.Tax. Collector. !

l '' -And David put his hand In like a saint. I heard that onetime and by vIrtu. of a final decree of Florida for the past thirty-two the official N.R.A. emblem I I. the property of the United StateeGovernment To balance due August 1-.D.193 y "
foreclosure mad and r.nd red by and not ba used without By amount ,
may or reproduced authority of collected ___ 353 78
t xg, and took thence a stone from a very cultured woman. the Honorable A. Z. .Adkln. Judge of year Her husband, N. O. Hayes, the National Recovery Administration.The To balance due Sept.?!.._._ ..8111,7' (ty
1 hang it and smote the Phills- "Did you know you can give a man the: Twenty-Sixth Judicial Circuit of died seven years ago *..!.. ..* ro-r-Kare ,
Florida, In and for Bradford l list of all employers who sign the President'. Agreement To balance due
III his of u.nt:1 ore'dliplayed August 1__ I.UI.lt
forehead, that the atone who has a cancer a hypodermic In Chancery, dated the lit Surviving the deceased are one lIy amount
It Into his forehead; and he fell morphine and make him feel good February. A. D. 1(31. In that certain son, N. O. Hayes, Jr., of Brooker In local post-office and It I la urged that all employers who To balance collected111.76 duo Sept. 1____ 1.703.$ '

his face to the eartn. (See But that Is not what he needs. He cause wherein corporation the City, le of oomplajnant Starke.municipal a and six step-children Mr. Ellen hare their not local yet signed t.muter.the agreement do so Immediately and deliver themto To balance Cou.<,r due K.August... ..* 1 HrUai_ .1I11.t.

gel 20-18: >) needs an operation." That was my and J. R. McKlnlay, Mr. Oallle Keen W. H. Hayes and M. S. po By amount collect.d_____ 4tn.S3
Thea David was taken before answer. W. Llddon Mr. Lulu Mo.o, d. W. Hayes of Gainesville, El W. Hayesof With some minor exception, the term of the President's Agreement To balance due Hopt. 1..__? .196.11&& i
Mom, Mri Kate Howland l. C. with employers Is, briefly, as follower Any employer of a factoryor Cesar aeb..l G......
"And Saul said to him. Whose Nowhere does the Bible tell a Howland Mre. Evelyn Bailey, P. B. Starke P. O. Hayes of Brooker To balance due) August 1._ ,131.11
wt thou thou young man? preacher to comfort sinners. It lethe Bailey, Sarah Leona Jon., Mlntle and C. B. Hayes of Lake Butler. mechanical worker or artisan must not pay him lee than 40 cents By amount collected.._ _>_ 118.1' ; a
Aaron Jonea, minors Joined by as hour or work him more than 35 hours a week except that If the To balance due Sept. 1__.. IU,611
David answered I am the I business of a minister to make Aaron Jones, their father and next The step-sons acted aa pallbearers. employer were paying lea* than 40 cent for that kind of work c....,. r....,
of thy ; uncomfortable. Comfortthe friend are defendants, the under- To balance due +
servant Jesse the Beth. sinners August 1- S7S 00 ,
le." Com elcned, who was appoltned Special CEMETERY WORKING on July 15 the employer can pay that rate now, but not lea than 30 Hy amount collected.____= 1404 T
: Now Jonathan, the son saints-that Is religious Master to execute the paid detree, cent an hour. A* to all other employ-those on a weekly rite-the To balanceTvtal due Sept. !_____ 158.09 j
iii and a brave soldier stood fort sinners while they are in sin-. will on Monday, the 4th day hc.f: Septimber There will be an all-day workingat employer will 1 less than ....-.....-. ..-....
week la
not $15 of
pay a city 500,000)
a over
durlna- Usralloure
and A. D. 1133. To balance due Auguat 1_ 6,16/.90'' 4q1 y
d heard Saul and David talk. that la wicked. of _I., b.for. the South doorof Beulah cemetery In Clay Countyon population; or 11150)() a week ia cities ef between 250,000 and 500,0001or I By amount collected.____. __ 113.08
It came to pass when he Religion is reliance. Every man the Court Home In Starker Bradford Wednesday, September 20. All 114 a week la cities between 2,500 and 250,000 population 1100a To balance due Sept. 1.____ (,070.34l4l
In ThatIs County, Florida, ..11 to the Interested asked to be ; or $ T.,.l ...-..-.._! Be.
end speakJDg kind of religion. persons are
l of unto Saul, has some highest and beet bidder for cash the week In cities of leas than 2,500 population ant the employer agree To balance due August 1_.._ 1,118. 'r
the soul of Jonathan was knit he relies on something for sal following described real BradfordCounty eetate present and bring lunch and tools not to work this elate ef workers more than 40 boon a week. A* to) I I By amount eollct._____ 169.31
q the the lying and being In Btarke, to work with. To balance due Sept. 1_ ... ,161.'S
soul He rely upon -
of David Joan vatlon. may
and Florida, to-wlit employe who were getting a higher wage, the employer must not I A...... ....., ,
loved him as his own souL" hope that there Is no hell. He may Lot. On. (1). Thirteen (II) and L. F. THOMAS. reduce their wage became ef a reduction In their hours and he ahouUgenerally To balance due AuguatcolleoteU (_ 119.SS ,
'14 was his morality. He may Pourteen (I.), of Block Eleven (11)In By amount ____ ,.. 35 37
own
promoted and led his rely on the usual
Temple's Addition to City (Town) keep pay difference a* between the lower and the To balance 1
The of the U. S. ) due Sept. 1_ ___. 213 99
tu.asalnst T the Philistines to rely upon his church membership.A of Starke. Also Lots Six (U and yearly output hither paid employes. Aad after. August 31, be must not work children I '. re..I..
'IJt"th And when David returned Christian Is a person who relies Seven (7) of Block Elsrhteea (II) In government printing office Is stupendous tinder 16 yean of age. Thcrs are, of some other rule which To balance due August. 1__ 11* 3t 1 it
course
Uvlnireton-Truby and Compantsaddition
By amount collected ___ :
Jesus ____ 35 34
of being some 2,470,000,000ems
J e slaughter of the Phllls- upon the atoning blood to City (Town) of Starke. apply to special case, but the terms of( the greement a* here outlined. To Balance due Sept.1___ S33.9S i f
we women came out of all Christ for salvation. In other Said sale to be made pursuant to and of type. cover the large bulk of case*. *>... ass Rfl.... !.'ere.t
of that he cannot to satisfy .H -.er... dl ace .l...... r....
knowing
L Israelnglng and danct words a man D. E. ICN'IOHT. To balance due August 1. ll.Ttl.84 ?
ham King Saul-and said I save himself depends upon Special Muter In Chancery.'. The battleship Oregon Is anchored By amount collected.__,???,,. 1 Y;
slain his thousands and what Jesus Christ did for tim A. 8 CREW. in the Willamette Hirer, atPortland To balance due Sept t.___, 11,74184 ) f
114 i Sollclter for Coropiamaui. A. J. THOMAS Cleric.g10 t
bis Oregon. ,j
the cross
ten tboueandaand Saul when He died on '.tlltI-1,
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Bradford County Telegraph After having A LiFESAVER-once abandoned the Maybe You've I>lfitil Nc'fM; vIIj.t :

Established 1877 project as Involving too much ex- I :

pense to the county, the Board of Heard It ButBE
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Bond Trustees decided this week to ,
ahead with the work of securing J'
Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida go
rigbts-of-way on the Road 13 cutoff -
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between Starke and Sante Fe MARRIED RIGHT

;, t P E. L. Matthews____________________Editor and Owner bridge Having nothing Better to. write
't' a na na/all I II II
After considering the matter for about this week'we might as well -YNUM +

SUBSCRIPTION) RATE two or three weeks, the board turn part of this, column over to I
leached the conclusion that Brad- advice to the love lorn, or at teas
Yearly, $1.50; Six: Months, 75c-Payable In Advance R tyW
ford County could Ill-afford, at to those who,have gone a bit far- {a t-_
Advertising Rates en Application this time, to turn down a project ther than merely betas: lorned and \ dvyht

{ ty, I that would mean the expenditureof are going to be married.An I
Who said something about needing rain? approximately $75,000 In this early writer on wedding superstitions -
county within the next few says:
o months, and there is no doubt but "M: you persist ,in being married, J! AMEQ' IiF
"' A stingy man usually holds everything but hfsitemper.Q ; that their final decision will meet at least consult the omens aDd Oq p c G t'A p

i i pr ..__MlfJlll T t with the approval of a majority of thereby avert an Immense amount LENTS ONE OOLLAAS
Bradford County citizens of ill-luck. Brides, especially,
M'' ; It'may; be a quiet election, but it's your duty to turn out Locally, during the past few ought to be very careful what they / % /AP
r h and vote next Tuesdays weeks, we have been faced with the do until after the wedding ceremonies r rar $z! .%merican corn is

_J o. -t ,1 annoying situation of' reading re- are over. It is an unhappyomen L { IkeSo .r7/yer dollar. 'yrn
ports of' returning prosperity in for wedding ta be put elf I ?
Why couldn't road hogs be included in the government's manysections 6f the country, 'when the day has been fixed, and 3 rsie'l/.S.Mtnr fas ottatoftw copy

il ; I while, business here has continuedIn It is believed much harm will en- / nfage w

the doldrums simply for the rea- sue If a bridegroom stands at the ;I a shipwreck..
son that we have nothing to sell at Junction of a cross-roads or besidea
; j A physician says onions are good for the nerves''but, hedoesn't I this time of year'to bring money closed 'gate ,upon his wedding ,

e say whose nerves. .,"j.d I." !. into the county: Our principal morn. In England} it Is thought to ;;: L : .
10'J1, Money crop, strawberries, has long be a bad,sign It.the bride falls to -
o been harvested, and it will be a shed tears on Jhe') happy day.
It may not pay to be a dreamer, but, just the same, there long wait until there is another one ''To' look back or go back'before Af. jorisoner/tas, epee made

f'p' 'r are no mortgages on air castles. ready to go to rejuvlnated northern gaining the church door, to marry
8yt markets. In'green or while there is an open attempt to es ape fvmewYorks .

It Is almost essential, therefore, grave in the churchyard, are all .. ( :A/ficaS teTsox
? If we were Henry Ford we wouldn't buck against a man that we have something to tide us unfortunate, and the bride must be vadeano since Castorete

r with a jaw like General Johnson's.If over during these extraordinarytimes careful to go in at one door and :

o when we are forced to live come out at another. When the 90 pound police aoff has tee .-

on what, little cash we have on bridesmaids undress the bride they 9rtanlin9 fem Jbtttetimes atone. :
all of our jobs were as easy as they look to everybody
hand Tie governmentfinancedroad must throw away and lose all the
.", else, what a pleasant world this would be. work seems'to be the answerto pins. Woe' to the bride if' a single .by C4: bird J"rdney .NY t fI'

o the question: "Where !la our one be left about her! Nothingwill I

;' money coming from during the fco right. Woe, also, to the
You maycall false teeth dentures but that doesn'tkeep
your next six months" According to bildesioiiJa if they keep one of ; .-1
i>\ *..jW them from coming out when you sneeze. the estimates of contractors, almost them! For they will not be mar- pinis !

o ninety per cent of the money ried before Whitsuntide, or till the is the I

,' ; Wonder what, Aimee will pull to get ahead of the Chicago spent In road building goes for labor Easter following at the soonest." capacityofanosiricft .I.!f? the I I
-labor, which this case, as in The writer..on superstitions forgot er eahno pleasant:
girl who is preaching on the beach in a bathing suit? I
all similar projects throughout the to say anything about what it .. :2y ms"lIHIlzr4cuous1rliz'f; native

t o state, will be employed locally as means if the groom falls to show I J of West Africa everything

According to the Avon Park Sun, the wise society editor far as possible. up at the appointed time l ,faster
vex a roan sweet.From
.
It la' unfortunate that the road
says more about the bride's dress than about the bride.
: could not be built where It woulddo GOOD OLD DAYS

o harm to the Interests of no one, Sure, they'll talk about the old 1'"
The high school football team has begun practicing{ and but such is not the case Efforts days, and how sincere everybody ,
have been made during the past was, and if they admit making love H -
the town folks should begin practicing,to give it more support.o .
few weeks to secure the funds for at all-well, it was always on the J

if paving the grade to the Florida I level-none of this modern kidding, -- _ ___ __ ___ _
One writer says an income of $100,000 is a sure symptomof State Farm, a much-needed piece'I and frivolity,, :'Oh, yeah?" says : :

',l social disease, but one whose victims die happy, no doubt. of work, but 'government restric- we. How about this little ditty < no doubt weary of the continuous idea that Park Trammell Is a push
tions prevented such an appropriation. clipped from the front page of the solicitation of reporters, but they over they're goofy. Regardless oj
o It was the Road 13 cutoffor Bradford County Telegraph of Sep- Other PensNEWS have the satisfaction of knowing, what he has has
or not done In
Judging by the attendance at the mass meeting Monday tember 30, 1892:
nothing and we believe that the when they co-operate, that they Washington, he's a darn good cam
it seems as if Bradford County citizens are interested in pay- Bond Trustees have chosen the Two Side are making a newsy newspaper palgner and he's a hand shakia',
; ing their 1932 taxes. wisest course. .HE IS MORE THAN THE possible in their community and baby klssln' go-get-er
It is now our hope that the I sat on the lounge by her side, AVERAGE FELLOW THINKS are filling a community need.-
o I rights-of-way may quickly be secured boys, -, New Smyrna News I If oratory has anything to do
.q, : The Inland,Empire News remarks that credit is what you ; and the clear titles theretobe And talked in a soft, subdued tone; By this time practically every- -emsGREATEST with It, and it usually has, rd pick
Claude Pepper as the bell-cow fro
presented to the State Road Department And you would have thought to body has heard the old definitionof
give your customers a lot of just before they begin spending: SONGS that standpoint. That boy can
who might,, have become have heard, boys, what is news explained, "whena ...&.-..
i their cash somewhere else. make a speech like nobody's bus!
Impatient at the delay in getting I'd just entered,P love's, torrid zone. dog bites a man it Is not news, Three hundred and seventy ness and he knows how to mb:
o their project approved In Bradford but.when a man bites a dog it is American orchestra leaders and
I told her that never before, boys, plenty of convincin': argument ace
ll'l A man who was found bankrupt a year-after inheriting County. We are ready for the Had Cupid enchanted my heart. news" musical authorities have recently common sense with his say-so':

tr,, n $60,000 was told by the judge that he was a fool. The judge work, and the sooner It begins, the Or sent such cruel delight, More detailed !in Its definition Is named the following ten songs ai I Judge Landis has a nice vote

; put It prettY mildly, at that. sooner we will feel Its stimulating boys, an old editorial in the West Vir- the greatest and most popular of and a good delivery but of tour
?
1'' effects. So swiftly successful a dart. ginia News discovered in a pile of those presented during the past decade he'll have to get somethln' to de
1 o choice clippings in the office of the according to an editorial presentation liver Park and Doyle have a goo
,1 '' Nature plays no favorites. When she gives a man a MONEY FROM TREES I solemnly whispered the sweets, Daily News, which says in part: In the recent number of flow of first class language, bu

'r lowerrcase brain she makes amends by supplying him with a boys, "What Is news? Well the defi- the Woman's Home Compannlon after you listen to 'em for a whll<
i'' Money may not grow on trees, And begged her to give me a kiss; nition Is too comprehensive to attempt The songs were selected by vote you can't tell whether they
i'I I display type mouth-Brams. but moss does, and a word to the Then told her how charming she to cover it completely, but and are as follows: talkin' or singing'.

y o wise Is sufficient. was, boys, for the benefit of the occasional "Lover Come Back to Me" "Mjr

:, f !, Residents of the East Coast think they have the best When at person is willing to work, And how that. her presence was correspondent who ventures to Blue Heaven," "I'll See You In My But to anyhow make the If all these It ought boys decide to
and when this willingness is com- bliss. rend in some news, we are goingto Dreams," "The Man I Love," "Rus- race
1, part of the state but this section looks mighty to them be interestln' and en-
good down-right
bined with a capacity for'having a try to define the little Item of sian Lullaby," "Good Night Sweet-
when the wind starts blowing.A few Ideas of his own, he can usu- Ha! ha! how I fooled her that personal or local news, so that Its heart 'Tea for Two Stardust" tertainln'. I'm beglnnln' to look

o ally find means of earning his night, boys, values may be fairly well under- "When 'pay Is Done," and "Old forward to it already.. .
bread and butter, or, at least, his 'Twas jolly now I tell you here, stood as of today at least, since Man River;" Every song In the *
new movie is called "Republicans and Sinners." This bread. She drank in my words like a dove, the matter of time changes the val- group are of American composition I don't think Bill Trear was real-

title will seem incongruous to many Democrats who insist It takes a person with a little boys- ues greatly. The "personal" Item except two, one British and ly serious when he broke out with
that the two words are synonymous. vision to look at a tree loaded Yes, yes, you; may pass into the concerns the coming and going of the other Austrian. In a recent a paragraph about movin' !the to

I., with moss and see In it the meansof beery /\, people largely and their news English group selection of popular State Capitol from Tallahassee
i pe feeding his hungry family, andIt __ value is measured by distance, by songs numbering seventeen, twelve Orlando. He just needed a couple
The price of a leading razor blade has dropped fifty percent takes a man with a little energyto ..SHE frequency' and by the prominenceof were by American oompoaers. Several of inches to fill his column and

Probably a move by the manufacturers to discouragethe I climb up and gather the prod- 0, yes, girls, he told me he love the person. There is no fixed of the group listed as authentic picked that subject, figurln' It was
uct; but when energy and vision me, distance involved in the visit or folk-songs, one of which as good as any.
rapidly growing fad of beard culture. seems
ai are combined the results are often With a passion most certainly true trip, except that the comings and' fated to survive generations, as Now It begins to look like he'd
o-T surprising.A And whispered, all manner of going of people for short distances, "Suwannee River," and that Is "Old lifted the lid off a little volcano
,h We used to think the fellow who wrote names for Pullman recent newspaper article, in praises between close neighbors or close Man River." 'American music lov- Papers all over the state haw
speaking of moss, said: To the Some old as the hills-others new. communities, are of no news value ers of the Orlando
1, cars was good, but the modern ad man who thinks up songs! are pleased that "Old taken It up and now comes
poet, it is something to write generally speaking, with the pos- Man River" Star with a full
was written for Reporter
.,r ? new shades for silk hose has got him beat a mile. And then I returned his caresses the
about! to the artist, it Is an ele- With Interest at'seven cent sible exception of a person who Is stage performance of Edna Fer- page editorial that's sure to brio
ment of to the per a stay-at-home and to whom the "
o landscape beauty; To see would ber's "Show Boat. -Ocala Banner on a lot more talk.
me think
A boy in London was sent to jail for kicking his father's northern visitor its delicate tracer- dears you, surely visit or trip Is epochal In a sense. 0 Tallahassee 'don't seem to ,_,
ies are unique, and marvelous; to The coming and going of one who much worried about It. They f iw '
shins during a chess game. Why couldn't a similar law be The key to my heart I had lent. I makes b
the prosaic Florida housewife, it I.a Is regular trips over even long the Idea of movin' the capitol'
enacted in this country to apply to contract bridge? nuisance! But to some folks who But, no, don't mistrust such a distances is worthless as news. [ cs00' Late just about as practical as UlO\'fD'
o live near the lakes In this part ofthestateIt thing girls. Motoring trips are now too fre- Silver Springs or the Bok Tower
has meant and quent and too universal to be news, it will'
i Times do change. Out ofa list of fifty-nine occupationallicenses grits Or worry yourselves about me; If this thing keeps up tho,
gravy, peas and corn bread cloth- unless they are tours covering sev- war ana]
I'm not quite so foolish I hope, o elassif start a war that will be a
published in our issue of March 24, 1893, there is nota Ing and shelter during these timesof dea/s, eral days and to distant points no foolln'.

a single firm doing business under the same name today. economic stress. I. But I can talk trash well as he. "Time was when the purchase of Just let those West Florida W-!
0 The article continues: To the \ an automobile was a community fIaride OKAY get It Into their heads that you'serious rr
tt botanist it is Dendropogon usneol- And though you may think I am event, but such transactions are a ? and there'll be some nai
Some African tribes pull their fingers until the joints des; Spanish moss to moat folks; wrong. girls < matter of course now and are with- If' there Is anything to the talk pullln' and shin kickln' and I don'

crack as a form of salutation. In this country politicians pull but to the upholstering trade, it Is And all that he said he must mean, out news value.. Time In this sense one hears goin around It looks mean maybe-so: .. .

'1 your leg until the joints crack as a form of getting votes. hair moss. To many persons en- I'm not quite so sure of Its truth, changes the gauge as to' what is like Park Trammell is gonna have Let that subject come up oniu
gaged In part-time occupations, dears- news. The purchase of an airplane plenty of competition when he runs floor of the House and youB he"
o such as turpentining and farming, If you please, I wUl take some ice for personal use by an ordinary again for the United States Sen- I oratory that is oratory with everjj
:a Scientists tell us that blues may be caused by the fluctuation It offers a source of income during cream. citizens would now have news value ate.While body callin' the other guy a so-

of calcium in the blood. A more probable explanation, it their slack periods. The moss Is but In a few years would not. none of the candidates so or a such-and-such. y
t gathered and kept moist until the I So the next time mother and dad "Going to the movies Is not would >
news have come out In the If all South Florida
seems to us is that they are caused by fluctuation of open yet, its
money' fleshy exterior rots off, exposingthe start reminiscing about the mauve -everybody Is doing it all! the generally understood that Claude Orlando( like West Florida bad
L) in the bank. hair-like Inner stem. It !ls then decade, just get out the above time. However, if a blind man Pepper of Tallahassee Is very apt Tallahassee the move mW1
i o dried cleaned by ginning and sold poem and read it slowly, with feelIng whose sight has just been restored, to hop up and hang a "Don't Park brought about but the minute i i

The newest thing in modern farming is the Wisconsin to furniture and automobile factories. It doesn't sound to us like goes to see a motion picture show, here" sign on Trammell' seat. begins to look like the thing aw1 soil;]
they all their ,
spent spare time It would be worth news mention, In the dozen other townsget
meantime Mr. happen, a
Landis
is
i youth who keeps frost away from his potato plants by keeping Where it grows abundantly and playing croquet. : along with his reactions to the new gallopln' 'round makln' speeches ambitious and split the yOtf

1 the air stirred up, flying back and forth over the field in the woodlands are not burned local I---- 0 ... I. experience." ,and doln" his best to keep his name which is Just what Tallahassee I Iflgurln'

t r an airplane.One residents find that they can gathera Crape cloth.I. given its crinkled All too many people believe, as In the paper Just in case an occa- on.Anyhow'lt'a.
crop from a tree about every surface when pressed between rig- the editorial points out, that news sion might arise when he'll wanta not likely tM GoT j
0 eighteen months. Where the mossIs ed, crisped: rollers I. something that merely fills up lot of folks to remember It. No ernor will consider It an emergent'
exchange says, "Life is like an automobile. To rl nit looked upon as an Important the, paper, but he who tries con- doubt he'd like to Landis self in and call a special session st C11

r a man must put in oil, water, gas, and air, Some men leave source of revenue, collector, and weighs The Rocking 700 tons, Stone yet rocks of TandU in thea1lgbt.st cientlously to get out a newspaper Washington, but he'd have to Cary I time, and even If be did the But peepl w
dealers alike are trying to that the it.
prevent public will call interesting a lot of counties. would have te vote on
j out the oil and make enemies. Some leave out the water and lbOII
wood fires to Increase the windWater has talk!"
supply a deeper regard for news than can have a lot of fun
ruin their-physical ability. Some leave out the gas and get and permit it to grow closer to the o that Filling a newspaper la easy Then you hear Doyle Carlton's. It. That's all It will amount i

nowhere. Some leave out the air and complain what a rough ground where It is easier to gather."A Chinese Turkestan U frequently desert found not In the enough, but condensing the news ofa down name in mentioned South Florida.quite frequently anyhow.
very Some folks -
email drop in the bucket"you Into its .
community propert relalonshlp -
road life is.
far below the
u.rface. say Doyle is all fiend
done but
that'ssomething
might think about the Orleans
moss- to the news f the State, The port of New
0Inl gathering industry, and perhapsyou -The Co mmuniat the Nation and the world Is more nobody's really sure about one-third of the Unlteo
is
the
party about.
Women of New Orleans in' are right. But until only difficult and I'm bettln that if Doyle
'a plan to wreck the corrupt money legalized political organization in more interesting, does States coffee Imports.
enter the
machine which Huey'Long built, are said to be 'selling bronze gets cannot to afford circulating to overlook more freely, we legitimate the Soviet Union*"- The people who are Interested. In good account of himself.race he'll give a "The 'American. quail' hi-noomigratory
any
I
medals depicting a kingfish reclining on a washstand. But e their newsp.perwhowever, should Then there's some talk rare al
that
source of Income.Bt.obeck' with a range
New York State has bear la'mind that
no gold, silver they play a big Charlie
_ just the same, we'll bet the Senator is elected to the next office e or coal deposits. part la the gathering of news and tative Mitchell former repi.8en- 'feeding'six" miles.

he runs for. Ills seems to be the only machine in existence : (Germany) money -11--- making a newsy paper possible. doubt,a may few more enter hopefuls the race. No to atop pol
during the war Illustrated will bob Early New Tork
was with The youngest and smallest Here in New
that runs well on razz berries. Smyrna many persons up as, time goes on. '
chess boards and tai reqiT
chessmen leaves I delivery
1 produce the choicest tea. who
are good news sources, U
anbody la harborln' the nut via horseback.l"I"f. .





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