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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 15, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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[ Election Satsuma Growers Football Practice 1 Veterans To Be Enrolled Home Loan Body Football ScheduleFor Countv Receives

ity {Will Meet Here Soon In Conservation Corps, Coming Season ,


juiet Affair ; Organizers ,To Speak Now Going Strong; Information-Here Says ,,, Ready To OperateIn Received-' By Fans $3,000 Relief'For ,

Aubrey Frink, secretary of the Additional World War veterans I Followers of the University of

Satsuma Growers' Association, this First Game AwayCoach will be enrolled In the Emergency Florida football team started making l

Johns Elected week called a meeting the or- Conservation Corpa between now This County plans here this week upon receipt September

ganization to be held at the court and September 30, according to a of numerous copies of the an
house here Wednesday, September Larson Optimistic Over communication received here this schedule for the Fighting Gators' -

Llctoit 18 Mayor-Wall And 20. Outlook Few Game week by N. D. Wainwright Jr., Letter From Manager Stockton! coming season. Nine games are Eight School Bun And Rural' 7

'deurde Chosen For Council It Is expected that M. B. McBride Scheduled commander of the Jones-Whlte- Explain The Purpose Of scheduled for the Florida eleven Mall Route Are Being
Member of Seville, who handled the Langford Post American Legion. CorporationThe this year starting with the Stet Worked On }
Glen St. fruit satisfactorily When last week's rain and wind 30, and con-
Mary so Any veteran who wishes to get son game September -
i city election Tuesday reied last year, and R. C. English of had subsided, Coach C. W. Larson Into this work Is advlsod to writeE. Home Loan Corporation Is cluding with the Maryland gameat Bradford County will receive ti

quiet In the re-election of Carl Mobile, who handled the Alabamaand created a storm of enthusiasm by A. Skelton adjudication officer, now ready to function In Bradford Tampa on December 2. $6,000 for September relief work, ;,

Ins as city clerk; the election (ofM. West Florida Satsumas for calling the BH.S. Tornadoes out at Veterans Adminietration/St. Pe- County, bringing Federal aid to Following Is the schedule: according to an announcement this
onto the field for
the first football
Edwards and W. L. Wall as several years, will be present and tersburg, Fla.Hillsboro. home owners in distress and faced Sept. SO-Stetson at Gainesville. week by Joseph E. Wilson, chairman 4
Jermen; W E. Middleton, mayor, efforts will be made to complete practice. After putting the boys with foreclosure. Oct. 1-Sewanee at Jacksonville. of the emergency relief com. Itii,

I A. I", Alvarez, marshal. arrangements with one of them to through their paces, Coach Larson Information to this effect has Oct. 14-North Carolina State at mittee here.
expressed himself as being enthusiastic Plants i
voters cast handle the present! crop In this sec- been received here in a letter from Raleigh.Oct. Increase of the appropriation

Rota fmly this 297 year qualified as compared with tion, amounting to 7,500 to 10,000 team this over season.prospects for a real James R. Stockton, state manager, 21-North Carolina University from $3,000 to $6,000 was made at t 7

I boxes. which said in part: at Gainesville.Oct. the request of the county commit'i
nut year. Last year's qualified The coach is thankful for the return
Lumbered 515 while the list thise At this meting the associationwill of several veteran lettermensuch Badly DamagedBerry "For the past several weeks 23--Tennessee at Knoxville. tee whose members say that there w g
also try to work out some planto Jacksonville.
dropped to 361. establish house at as A, E, Wall, Frow Strick I every effort of my associates and Nov 4--0eol'gla at are now POO families on the relief ,f ;
a packing Tech at At.
Nov. 11-Georgia of
myself has been directed toward roster Figuring an average
ilr, Johns was opposed in hise Starke to take care of succeeding land Joe Shuford Purvis Hazen, lanta.
Keeffee Harrell Merrill Edwards Field Are Flooded Following. perfecting a Florida organization five members to each family this
treasurer tax ,
clerk ,
for city ,
23 Auburn at Gainesville
| crops. Nov.
lector C. A. Robert Chapman and Herbert Storm!; LustVeek-Lowt of the Home Owners' Lonn Corporation would represent 4.500 persons, or ,
tax
and assessor, by ---- ---
( Is which will function rapidly Dec. Maryland at Tampa.Worm approximately fifty per cent of the Y Ycounty's
jtcli. who held the job a number Packam, who will lead the younger Heavy a i
ears !before being defeated last Florida' Products boys Into battle. There is also a :and efficiently In bringing relief to( population. '

f tember by Mr. Johns. The vote small group of players who did not PLANT CITY -. Damage to ,distressed home owners. \ Cure Easy Employment in the county now \,

Y 229 for Johns and 65 for make letters last year but who strawberry plant. in this sectionas "Application banks for loans consists almost entirely of roadwork e
oh.n gained a great amount of experi- the result of the flood conditionsof should now be available at the ; draluago projects have been + '

the race for aldermen in which Bring! In BillionsAgriculture ence which will make them valu- last week will run from fifty to bank, or banks in your community.If completed. At the present time

were to be elected W. M. Ed- able material this year. seventy-five per cent, according to not, upon advice this condition Agent Dyer SaysOnly there are eight school bus and rural

[da with 155 votes and W. L. ,The first game of the season Is conservative estimates this week. will be immediately remedied. It mall delivery routes being worked r ton

ill\ with 145 were'the high men. Forestry, Fisheries scheduled for September 29 at Live Until late lout weekand' early this will be a pleasure for us to prompt. Mr. Wilson says t M
RV. Hayes received 130 votes and And Mining Are ValuableTo Oak, and will be an encounter with week It was almost Impossible to ly furnish proper forms or Infor. Carp N Nettled In Keeping; Any costs or expenses in connection v

I Sternberg 101. State the high school there. Althoughthe ascertain- what extent plants matlon to any applicant who would Livestock Pent. Under with these projects, other than

[r. W E. Middleton, who bad no schedule is incomplete, the following had been damaged, but early this prefer to obtain such directly from Control I actual labor, are borne by the

iitlon for the office of mayor, Florida takes from the soil and games have been announcedby week indications pointed to at least our offices. A memorandum which county, which Is also responsible } }

|rived l 200 votes, while the name the sea a quarter of a billion dollars Coach Larson i October 6, with fifty per cent damage generallyand has been publicly posted on the Even though the screw worm for any liability that may arise by } r

C Wall was written in fifty-I worth of products annually, Chlefland, here; October 20, Lake considerably more than that bulletin boards of each post officein flies are becoming widely spread, reason of damage to person or
| times for this position. : according to statistics compiled in City, there; October 27, St. Augus amount in certain cases. Florida designating the office to and the maggots are bcllng foundon property of anyone. y.'l. : '

L. Alvarez was unopposed for I connection with the census of ag- tine, there at night. Berries even on high lands have which the application from the respective a large number of farms In the Members of the relief committee { ,i

marshal and received 250 riculture and related subjects com- Eldredge Robinson, and Jimmy suffered severely' from the delugeof counties should be addressed county, the pest need not become deny the charge that the thirty ,
19. I' pleted In accordance with state Moore, two star players of last water of the first part of last Is enclosed. I am also for very serious, according to L, T. cents an hour rate will cause men

ispectors of the election report I It law, under the supervision of Com- year will be missed from this sea week, according to growers. The warding for publication. If circum. Dyer, county agent, provided ev- to leave outside jobs and apply for 4IJ i1'

It t twenty-five or thirty ballots missioner of Agriculture Nathan son's line-up. Robinson is attendIng latter part of the week and this stances permit, a circular contain. eryone will equip himself for fightIng relief work. If anyone, who refuses

1 aldermen had to be thrown out Mayo. school In Orlando, and Moorein week the condition of plants couldbe ing general Information as to the them and will give prompt to take an outside job. Is reportedto s

dUBe of voters checking three Citrus ranks In value among Plant City. Heavy losses were more accurately ascertained. types of loans authorized and the treatment to the Infested animals.A the committee his name la Immediately f '

tour of the names on the slip Florida's income producing activities also, suffered last year through Where plants were r under water procedure for obtaining same." number of cases, Mr. Dyer removed from their roll, + i

jm but two men were to be with a crop worth over $56 graduation. John Inman, last for some time they look almost The memorandum reveals that says, have become so serious that they say.How. -,
Ited. 000,000 in 1931; thirty-eight pe year'a captain; Mac Davis, Mal- totally ruined. In other patches, residents of Putnam, Clay, Brad- the animals had to be killed, but In ,

cent of the total value of all agri colm Lewis, and Ivan Hazen, all while not presenting a total destruction ford, Flagler, St. Johns, Alachua nearly every case the treatment
culture. The total of-all field and played their last game for B.H.S. a picture, the plants show and other counties should direct recommended by the government To

ounty Drys truck crops Is just a shade greaterin season ago.Prices evidence of having' suffered se their applications to the Jacksonville veterinarians have been successful Qualify
value than citrus and is rated at for admission to the verely. The hot sun'whlcb came office. In saving the animals.

39.2 of agriculture, while livestock games has not yet been fixed. the latter part of the week turned The general Information referredto The treatment fog. the screw
'Plan To accounts for 18.2 per cent. Following Is a list of players who plants and buds brown and Indic is in part as follows: worm maggots which Mr. Dyer, Is ;For Repeal Vote t

Fight -The total agricultural Income, are striving to gain positions at cated wide-spread damage of a General Statement Aa To Law urging every farmer to secure consists .

based on 1931, Ia fixed by the agricultural their particular posts: A. E. Wall, high percentage. Home Owners' Loan Corporation of three things: Where .

department at $122,340 halfback; Frow Strickland, half- was created for the relief of homeowners maggots are in the animal, Supervisor of Registration II. C.
Names Added To Growing 60, exclusive of $27,317,632 worth back; Frank Inman fullback; Intangible Tax Drive In distress with their mort- inject deep Into the hole benzol Wall Rerelvea Instructions. r

| Ut Of United Prohibition of livestock. Other products of the Gratton Cooper, quarterback; Merrill To Get Under )Way gages, taxes and other liens, and with a syringe or oil can. This will From State
Forces soil and sea are minerals worth In Edwards, halfback; Mitch Ed- the corporation purposes to make kill the maggot.; then dust tannic

excess of fifteen millions, forest wardb\ halfback; Keeffee Harrell, The drive on intangible personal every effort to carry out the pur- over this pine tar oil to keep the Voters who were qualified to r tip''
e executive committee of the products worth forty-eight millions center; Palmer Williams, guard; property tax, Inaugurated by J. M. poses of the bill. This does not acid Into the wound, and spread vote in the last general election- l

ford County United Prohlbi- and sea foods worth ten millions. Herbert Packham, tackle; Ed To- Lee several weeks ago, has taken mean that a mortgage must be in flies away. last November are qualified to } il',

Forces met Friday night of Many Millions rode, tackle; Percy Sullivan, form as intangible tax inspector, the process of foreclosure; how The drug stores have stocked vote In the amendment repeal elec. ? ,

week In the Mission Study The value of agriculture, forest tackle; Clifford Hazen, center; Joe S. Earman, la making a pre ever, It must be borne in mind these medicines, Mr. Dyer says, tlon of October 10, without further !} "
III I, Odd Fellows building, and fisheries and mining as com- that the act and the cost of small S t'
ry Norman Johns, guard; Clarence liminary tour of the state for the cerating the cor a supply Is payment of poll taxes, according to
(cam-1k pared with manufacturing can be I Rhodes, ,tackle; Robert Chapman, purpose of perfecting an organization poration is a relief measure and low. Some druggists are sellingthe Instructions received by It. C. Wall 1I4 ; c
seen In the comparison of the valueof end.i that wiirreachevery county will be administered primarily for benzol at twenty-five cents per supervisor of registration. Those t

tlon. factory output, $19 ,413.413wltb and town in Florida. relief purposes and not for general pint, the pine tar oil at ten cents who were not qualified to vote last
ev. C. P. Carter of the state the value of products of the land Larson 'Warns' Hoarders The state has been divided Into refinancing of mortgages. per pint, and the tannlo acid at November will have to register } 1
Ices will speak In the court house and sea, $224,403,711. Who May Borrow small cost. Through Mr. and taxes
T Turn In Their Gold ten districts, and special trained Inspectors Dyer'a pay poll for 1931 and
flay night, September 15: at As citrus leads all '
agriculturaland efforts the !
will be established In each. i The corporation can acquire In prices have been lowered 1932. The communication follows: i
1 o'clock. His subject will beet allied industries in value so J. Edwin Larson, collector of Internal Intangible tax returns must be the manner described below home so that anyone may use them. "Electors who were duly quail- ; #

; We Forget"C does the tobacco business, cigar revenue for the District of filed by November, and It Is the mortgages or other (liens on real "We expect the cool weather in fled to vote In the last general $. ,
following names have been and cigarette products, lead manu- Florida, desires to call the atten duty of Inspectors In mach districtto estate upon which ia located a winter to check these flies," says election will be qualified to vote In
eel I to the county dry force since factures with a value of $41,086 Mr. Dyer, "and with the united efforts the election I
tion of the public to the executive become the advocate of the people dwelling for not more than four special called withoutJ
t week J. E. Norman H. B.
: 735. order executed by the President on in other words, he will help families, which la used by the own- of everyone In treating infested further registration or further pay. .r '
'ood, Mrs. H.,B. Arwood, Mrs. Enumerators acting under the August 28, 1933 relating to the them make returns and answer all er aa a home, or held by him aa a animals promptly and the ment of poll tax. However, any
\\1. Terry, Mrs. O. W White L. Department of Agriculture listed homestead not burning of dead ones, we will be elector who was not to
holding and earmarking of gold questions pertaining to the law, the having a value of qualified :>
Wynn, Mrs L. J. Wynn, H. S. 29,323,003 acres In their reports of coin and bullion. same as Federal Income tax In- more than $20,000.00. If the prop able to keep the pest In check." I vote In the last general election

rman, Mrs. E. K. Ferryman which 7,913,175 acres are In farms, Printed forms for use of the public spectors. After November 7, it will erty Is not an owner-occupied home : will have to qualify the same as)

nth.jorida s. Emma. Murphy Miss Kate tilled by farm machinery worth exactly in filing their returns of gold become the duty of each Inspectorto or held as a homestead, or if It ex- RAIFORD C. C. C. BOYS I he would If there was' a general !. '

a dollar per acre for all farm coin, gold bullion, or gold certificates become the adversary of all tax ceeds $20,000 In value, no loan can INJURED IN SMASH-UP! election being held on that date.: ,

land, but nearer seven dollars for are available in the office of evaders and see that the full penalty be made by corporation. Only This means If he was not registered r ,
Business Review each acre under actual cultivation. tHe collector of Internal revenue of the law Is administered. home mortgages and other liens Robert Adams Earl Dendy Holland he will have to register and pay r

ady For Distribution Big. Timber AcreageThe and Federal Reserve Banks and From a questionnaire sent out to (Continued on Page 4)) Chalataln and Frank Chadler, his poll taxes for the years 1931

reports show 652,146 acres any person holding in excess of the tax assessors of the state, it S members of the C. C. C. camp at and 1932. The last date on which ..,,
e second issue of "FloridaiDell8. in merchantable timber, 1,890.456 $100 in gold Is required to file return -;would seem the question that la not PRESIDENT LANDS TURTLE: Raiford were Injured when the car such poll taxes may be paid will ,
i." membership bulletin of acres in non-merchantable timber Form T.O. 1 and this return I clear to most of the tax players Is INVITES OFFICERS TO TREAT and trailer In which they were returning be September 16.
k Florida 251,314 acres In Improved pasture to camp struck some cows "The general registration books
State Chamber of Com- should be filed with the collectorof whether they should report notes -
fw. t is out and Indices compileda 1,626,504 acres In cut-over pasture, internal revenue on .or before I and mortgages which they consider On Labor Day President Roose- on a road near Palatka and turned of the county must be opened at,

general Increase In business i 1,730,057 acres In actual cultivation September 18, 1933. worthless. velt caught a hundred pound turtle turtle. They were released Wed- the county seat from July 23 ,to ; '

III month to month of the cur- ; and 162,089 acres double The executive order further pro The law specifies that It Is the off the Maryland coast and offered nesday of last week from the Park- September 30."

f'' year, although a decrease In cropped. vides that after thirty days from duty of each Individual, firm, or : this rare sea food treat to the officers view Hospital In Palatka and were Any one wishing to pay h.. poll t
't fields Is apparent as against Florida farmers, according to the August 28, 1933, no person shall corporation to file a return listing of the accompanying destroy carried to the government hospitalat tax to( qualify for thla election may {f i .
reports use 42,040 tractors, 1,795 Lake City where they will receive do to and J
tune last year.Introduction. hold in his possession or retain any this property end give/It a value. era so up Including Saturday.
e electric plants, 3.949 gasoline en- Interest I As far this office Is concerned I further treatment.The September 16. ;.
to the bulletin legal or equitable, any gold as Green turtle Is a ?
: "It Is felt that a compilation gines, 8,907 water works, 264 silos coin gold bullion or gold certificates It wants the taxpayers of Floridato luxury. It ordinarily very la expensive used for youths along with nine other S s "
In touch with the world fellow }
and reforestera
Injures such as the enclosed Is at keep situated in the United States make their returns as prescribedby soup but sometimes the meat Is were return- I Winter Cover Crops .
In 'each to from t
evening Ing Labor
8 by listening a Day leave of a faience ,
Particular period and owned by law.
desiree subjectto
highly any person served In steak form. The
green To Be
Planted Soon
radios. at
! While 11,435 the Mr. Lee has stated their homes in Ft. Pierce
many of the compara- jurisdiction of the United : "I would be turtle so named because Its fat hasa
e statements will not show' an BEST- TALKIETO States except under a license reluctant to prosecute a man for delicate green color, Is found lathe 'Qkeechobee and Homestead when -
MARY'S the accident Many enquiries have been
itase, therefor issued to the Failure to occurred. received ;
'optimistic generallza- pursuant report a mortgage that southern waters of Americaand
NEXT WEEK
PLAY by L. T.
Dyer
la not the purpose of the bul- executive order. No returns are he eould'not tell at the present the West Indies It la often CIIANGE county agent
DATE OF MEETING from the farmers of the
* It Is Intended at this definite Mary Pickford's new' picture, required to be filed by- market condition however that la five or six feet In length, and Carl Johns county re*
city clerk announced rardlng of
| t'ton' and, we hope, ,turning "Secrets," which will play at the (a) persons who do not hold not the question the law says he weighs five or six hundred pounds.A this week that the meeting, of the I Fall crop prices of Austrian putting winter la the .
f. to show the true condition Rita Theatre next week was filmed gold coin or gold certificatesin should return same to the tax assessor ; much smaller variety, dia- peas '
Council and
City for the of hairy vetch for
purpose cover
Florida
buaine ." once before In the silent days an amount not exceeding for taxation. mond back or salt water terrapin, cropa. a
pies of the bulletin are on with Norma Talmadge In the stellar $100.00 belonging to any one "After It Is returned to the tax I la found all along the Atlantic been hearing taxpayer. complaints has These trope Mr. Dyer says, should '; 41 ,
be
changed. to Friday, Sept. 29, planted during the last half of
for distribution to person.b assessor he has complied with the ;
at the State rolea. Although brought up coast but la particularly plentifulin at 8:00 ,
ber beaquartera at Jackson- date In its current version it bas ( ) gold coin having a recognized law and It .. a matter between the the waters of Chesapeake Bay. : to o'clock p.m This la con- October and plans should be made : t
trary a legal notice now for the I
appearing crop.
Copies will be sent to per- lost nothing of Its savor and special value to collectors Individual or firm and the tax assessor Of the various of .
ways serving
la another The
of
this cost of
the
part seed '
paper giving and fertilizer "
requesting them. charm.In of rare and unusual coin.c in regard to1 fixing a valueof
turtle la
all odds
soup by the most
the date i
of the .
addition to beauty and romance ( ) gold coin and gold cer- the intangible in question. popular. The Creoles of Louisiana Oct. 3. meeting aa little, according than to Mr. Dyer Is a

n..FOlR: HAVE SIGNED there ia also plenty of melodrama tificates acquired or held under 'I ask that the*; taxpayers of pride themselves on their famous .. ,still low higher last year, but
Till .I. to
; Mt.% CODE IN STARKE While raising cattle In the a license heretofore granted Florida co-operate with me by fiifing Soup a la Tortue." Af the old MAYOR THANKS VOTERS growing of enough the warrant the
West, the principals are beleaguered by or under authority of their returns with their local Sectors Restaurant famous cropa. The seed and
the I
as wish to thank my friends fertilizer he '
e many If I
,
total number of Starke em- by a band of cattle rustlers in a the Secretary of the Treasury. tax assessor" haunt of epicures, diamond back and for says purchased cooperatively
ir.''' Who< have signed aa NRA I terrifying fight which deals death (d) gold coin and gold certificates For the benefit of those who do terrapin was a specialty. supporters their unsolicited will cost about $:S.15 ,
support In my race for The
II1be" was i owned by Federal Reserve not understand what. meant mayor. per acre this year for the Austrian
tY. recently brought to along with justice. by AU of which goes to show that expression of your confidence for winter al1
Those '
tour peas. wishing to ;
when the names of Banks. intangible tax, it Is a tax on things sea food should not be overlookedby the. future and : t
II addlUonal firms were poated SICK PRISONERS RUN Under article 27 of the regula. that are not In themselves valuable those who like approval of my past plant should get In touch with the 4 '
variety on the administration ia
.the POst office bulletin board. Five prisoners from the tubercu. tions, promulgated by the President but represent value as for example table for sea foods are not only ated. deeply .appreci- county agent at an early date M
new members are 'Canova lar ward of the State Prison Farm In connection with the execu- : bonds, stock/ notes mort delightful to the the orders must be placed soon.
palate but they I assure that I shall at all
you
J1)'Un .
+ L Tailor. Shop, broke and ran last Sunday night tive order, it is stated that any gages of aU kudu< bf.Ua receivable, are the source of essential health times endeavor to fully performthe BIRTHS ';,: J
r Theatre South returned to who violates cash
Georgia OroCompany. while they were being person wilfully any on hand etc. f sustaining 'elements
Including duties of the office. Mr and
after seeing a movie at provisions of the regulations shall Attention la ) Mrs. ,Vernon Rowe, Law. : t
called
standard the to the fact ,4
Oil ComJ hospital
Iodine, phosphorus, iron, and cal (Signed) W. E. MIDDLETON tey boy, Sept. 8.
(
H. theatre. Eight of the upon conviction, be fined not that the
Ritch Jr.), Starke Ho- the prison I more penalty for failure to file cium. '
,r aple Garage. Hart Furni- patients were In charge of a trustie than 10000.00 or if a natural person I returns with the tax assessor (la six The male pigeon selects the-neat- ford Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs, Ral-
boy. Sept. 10.
Company starke Bakery but only five escaped. All were recaptured -I may be imprisoned for not months la! jai. five hundred dollars The thief In Ethiopia 1 loses his Ins place and drive the femaleto Mr. sat Mrs Claude f r 't

> Garige and Magnolia Cafe. before Monday morning. more than ten :year, or both. fine, or both. _J. left hand upon hit first conviction.' !I. .Stark, girl Sept. 13. Green e 4 ,' '

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visitors t Lake Butler, the
were *
\ State Farm and Starke Friday. f LORIUAT ..NIGNLIG. ITS /ENNL'm fr<' MN .'
Gum Branch TIIERESSA HAMPTON Curtis Smith who has been vis- QVRIM a.1 ILUIMT hN IM IM hfe"R.III',, ;

I I Rev. and Mra. C. C. Butler, I
ting
Elizabeth Homage, Cor. I >!!.. Rhoda Zelffler Car. LI.. Aim NI Mine, Cor. ,
d''. left last week for Savannah, Ga.D. .
L. Gatlin was visiting In Rat- i

f'' w. H Carter, Enoch and Vanlce Jake Lee and family of St Augustine Hampton Public S'hooillonor Roll ford Friday afternoon. iI I
Keene J A. Hatnage and daugh- were visiting his parents, First Month Mr. and Mra. J. E. Crews and

ters, Elizabeth and Geraldine, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Lee here Sun First Crade-B-Thomaa Wads- son. James spent the week-end In

i f were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. J. I day.Charles worth Emery Brown. Lake Butler.
of Danavllle and Mm. Arch Batton was a visitor to 4ItAIFOKD
Carter
I Keneth Manire,
A First Grade-A- SCOnES SHUTOUT
Starke Saturday.
', Dobbs and family of Ralford
? Thursday Mrl'l.' D. W. Moore and son, How Leila Mae Brown. ()\'ER HAMPTON: SUNDAY

t W. H. Carter was visiting: his ard, and Mrs, A. L. Sullivan were Second Grade-Mildred Gillyard -
brother, C. L. Carter of Little visitors to Hampton Sunday. Bottle McGruder. Hampton was shutout by the
''G Spring section, Friday. The Woman's Home Demonstration Third Grade---Walden Wads- Raiford town team, 4-0, on the lat-
1 Miss Gladys Keene spent the Club of Therensa met at the worth Shirley Colley Alma Hin- ter's diamond Sunday afternoon.

t week-end with Miss Elsie Rhodes. club room Friday. An Interesting son. Hazel Rhames. Sparkman southpaw flinger,
dl Miss Mary Reddish spent the program was held. Miss Pearl Jor- Fourth Grade-Carolyn Harrison twirling for Hampton, was In superb -

week-end with Misses Louise and dan, home demonstration agent, Margaret Greene, Juanita form and struck out twentyone -
; Agnes Sapp. gave a demonstration with the Kalch Claudie Belle Brown, Leslie of the Raiford batters. ,
Carl Dobbs and H. Ritch of Ral: pressure cooker to seventeen club Prlngle. Young pitched a wonderful game

Yl l ford were visitors In this section members. Fifth Grade-Doris Brown, Ma- for Raiford, and* although rapped
Sunday afternoon. C. Sullivan was a business visitor rie Taylor, Jack Hill. for nine safeties with the aid of

I -' Mrs. Wilkes and children were to Hampton Saturday.Mrs. Sixth Grade-.Henry Rowell, Jr., beautiful fielding by his team-
r visiting Mrs. T. N. Norman and Arthur Milliken of Starke Geraldine Hall, Margie Hall Clau- mates, managed to keep the
family Friday afternoon. was visiting her parents, Mr. and die Hazen. Hampton batters away from the

p, A large crowd from bere attended I Mrs A. L. Sullivan Monday. Seventh Grade-Myrtlce Hall. plate. 1::
p Bible reading at the home of Miss Mildred Phillips of Jacksonville Eighth Grade-Patsy Edmondson. Raiford scored what proved to be
:, Mr. and Mrs. Elam Lewis Sunday spent the week-end here the winning run in the first Inning, '" ':+r s l
afternoon. with her father, D. J. Phillips. when Jones drew a walk, stole sec- TU AND TYfCAtKOHeSHAH ,
..f Mr. and Mrs. F. Shaw and little Jasper Bennett of Jasper is visIting LocalsB. ond, advanced to third on a wild fOt41
daughter of the State Farm were his sister, Mrs. C. Sullivan. Haynes and family recently pitch and scored when Schencks let LOW JL JAW OF HOME
visiting relatives in this section Miss Okie Hlnaon is visiting relatives visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. one of Spat'kman's offerings glanceoff
Thursday night. at Palatka. O. Haynes his mitt. TLOLQIIDANO ONE

Miss Ella Mae Sapp spent Satur- Mrs. J. J. Zeigler and daughters, Henry Hall and daughter Mrs. I No further scoring was done un- A1ASTOfOAWOIRS
day night with her sister, Mrs. R. Rhoda and Ruth, spent the week- Mary Johnson of Lake Butler, til the eighth inning when the : FOlllHOIiEV
Conner of Vanderbilt section.F end in Jacksonville with relatives.R. were guests of Mrs. Lavina Dur-I iiford batters put together a base IN THE
Shaw of the State Farm was Q. Zeigler of Gainesville was den and Mrs. H F. Chesser last .\ ...u,>Ir of errors by Par-I _
visiting H II. Keene Saturday aft- visiting his father, J. J. Zeigler, Sunday. :It.r, and one hit to score three I ( kbRL"StlAN
ernoon. Friday. Cleveland Sullivan of Theressa TIJIO runs and put the game on I R
Miss Bertlce Norman was vlait- I was a recent guest of his mother, .CO. .
CozosrTIO&DA
ing :Miss Gladys Keene Monday Mr J. P. Sullivan. With two away and the bases \ r
afternoon. DOOTSEY'S BEACH Miss Edna Rhames was transacting loaded Roberts hit one to ParkerIn I f
Felix Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. J business In Starke this right field and the ball fell out \ :J.. lnR 't'Y NEA Fl:MYE125

A. Harnage were business visitorsto L. Gaaklna. Cor. week. of his gloved hand, and before he (.'.: -
Starke Monday afternoon. The storm was severe, but with could recover- and throw home r,,_, ...
Mr. and Mrs. R. Conner and children out very much damage to property. I three runners had crossed the ...: \ /
were the guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Sullivan of The roof was blown off one of plate. I rIlIHISfl"

Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp, Sun Jacksonville are receiving congratulations the Sunday School rooms of the II Jones played a nice game at first I'OSSll 'OV/lt M df lu
day.Mr. on the arrival of a little Baptist Church and destroyed a base, and scored two of Raiford'a BY THE MERRLLSNf3Le2D4v .
and Mrs. Henry Norman of daughter born August 29. The part of the pecan crop. runs besides getting a hit and abase &0. \t-.' .,
Woodlawn section were the guestsof little lady has been named Lily Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Pringle of on balls.Captain I

Mr and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and Jean. Mrs. Sullivan will be remembered Waldo were visiting Mr. Pringle's Ritch at third base, and .I place in ..' oi..u4 wneie no ..auUIi.LtJ: and all live separately. In the

family Sunday. here as Miss Beatrice broth;r. W R. Pringle, this week. Roberts at short fielded sensationally one receives money for his labor. It is in machine shops, electric plant, green
There will be prayer meeting at Gasklna, daughter of Mrs. Jean Rev. N. T, King of Tampa but and assisted l Young in the KORESHAN COLONY at Estero houses and gardens, the workers receive
on
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Woodle Gaskins. formerly of our town, preached at scoring his shutouts. no pay but all are given their daily bread.
Friday night. Everybody Is welcome S. H. Thompson of Woodlawn the Baptist Church last Sunday Young struck out thirteen of the the Tamiami trail, 14 miles from Fort When a newcomer joins the colony he

to attend. ,. spent Sunday here the guest of evening. The subject used was Hampton batters and did not Issuea :Myers. Here, in a setting of great natural contributes his labor and all of his
There will be Bible reading at Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford.Mrs. "The Bible." It was proclaimed as base on balls during the afternoon beauty, one finds quaint comfortable possessions
and in return he receives home
a ,
the home of Mr. and Mr .' Elam J. L. Gasklna was visiting the Book of all books. Its value to ; he also collected the other homes hidden
among giant trees and ample food and all the other necessitiesof
Lewis Mrs. L. H. Hill at Lawtey Satur- hearers
every Sunday afternoon at was beautifully and forci- Raiford hit.
large clumps of bamboo. In these rustic life as long as he lives. Everyone
ii 3:00
: o'clock. illustrated
bly and
day.We received many Johns and M, Williams were the
are sorry to report J. B. and compliments from the audience. lending batters for Hampton with houses dwell the Koreshans, a religious seems.happy lind'appears quite oblivious
k Fisher Qasklna on the sick list two hits apiece while Sparkman sect. The men and women are strictly to the tumult of the outside world. ...

_ this week with malarial fever. We Schencka, Strickland. F. ,Williams ,
RISING wish them a speedy Wood as hard as teak and almost -
I recovery. NEW{ RIVER and McGrudef: collected one hit
{ Mrs. Sallie Blackwelder returnedto as strong as steel has been
M_ II. H. CONCRETE STREETS
Bfcltae. Cor. the home of her son, Aaron MlM K..l. ...., C.r.Mra. each.Hampton played without the made from corn stalks at Iowa .
Blackwelder of Starke, after services of three star players, State College and used in con
The farmers of this section are spending the past week here with namely Durken Dickinson and structing furniture. COST LESS TO DRIVE 0!
} busy setting strawberry plants. her daughter, Mrs. C. E. Crawford. J. F. Speer and little son, Morgan. -

r ,j' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Underhill and Robert Crawford spent the week- John Freeman, of Birmingham, Batteries-Hampton: Sparkmanand Renew Your Health ,
little son, Vernon of Vanderbilt end at Hellbronn with Charnia Ala? have returned to their home Schencks. .
r section spent the week-end herewith Yarbrough and Randolph Chiam. after a week'a visit here with relatives Raiford: Young and E. Higgen- By PurificationAny
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Under- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Griffis of Law- and friends. botham.
hill. tey spent the week-end here as Mrs. E. R. Poppell and daughter ----._- physician will tell you that
guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Miss Amy Lou, of Hastings, and Friction rollers on a new safety "Perfect Purification of the bya
Freeman Crosby of Woodlawnwas tem it Nature's Foundation .).
1 visiting relatives and friends Thompson. son, Jim, of Orlando, were visiting razor cause the blade to move laterally Perfect Health." Why not rid
r here Saturday.M. L. J. Norman of Highland spenta Mr. and Mrs. O F. Tomlinaon here to cut tough beards. as it is yourself of chronic nilmerits that
few days here'last week with Sunday. '
J. of moved over the face. are undermining your vitality
Starke
McRae visiting
was Mr. J. A. Cbesser and family I Miss Dorothy Hazen of Jackson- Purify your entire system by tnk
his sister Mrs. F. M. White
,
i' afternoon. Mr. and Mrs Roy Griffis and ville Is The largest meteorite In any museum ing a thorough course of CalotnbtoncB t
Sunday Mrs. M. L. Thompson and children' eats. weighs thlrty- lx and a half or twice a week for severn
j Freeman Hodges of Hellbronn spent Sunday at Pine GGrove with Mr. and Mra. O. F. Tomllnson tons, and was brought from Green- weeks-nnd sea how Nature rt
waa transacting business in this Mr. and Mrs. John Wilkerson. and children were business visitorsin land by wards you with health.
y ;i section Monday. Starke Saturday afternoon. Perry. Colotabs purify the blood by ac. ...........
Donald McRae of Starke tivating.the liver kidneys stomach Foe FDRTHEt IMFORMATMN MAli. CAH Or:
was The milk of horses la used In Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johns Mrs. Warsaw Is still a city of horse WRITE TN!CEMENT SERVICE

visiting Mr. and relatives Mrs. H.here H. Thomas Sunday.and Arabia and Perilla.jJniIy J. F. Speer and son, John Freeman, transportation. packages.and bowels.AU In dealers.10 cts. and (35 Adv.eta.) PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION Hirf'THE ;::

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]'. SEPTEMBER: 13.: 1033 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA PAOK TIIREK : Ii \

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WOdLOMt D0.UKE FOrilTH GRADE NEW THE JUNIORS I
Our room had an enrollment o! The Junior class started with
-----.......- -- I NKeAaiT A t1Nt1e rf forty-three the first day and one about forty-two. The new pupilsare li i

since, making a total of forty Mignon Sisson, Larmar Smith, if I
: PRICE SET STORM VICTIM four. Callie Strickland, Irma Stockwell r c;
MARIAANA-The state jnllklontrol SARASOTA-The body of Bregg Junior Smith was absent Friday and Francis Cotton.
board has set twelve cents Ker>n, 20-year-old cattleman, was ,
sickness.
QN because of The Juniors wish to cooperatewith
ouart liS the retail price of sweet found lying in three feet of watera About six girl from) our room Mr. Gray in "keeping ahead ,

; here effective September 15. few miles east of here last Fri. attended 4-H Club meeting lion of the game." ; '

day. He was believed to have fall. day afternoon.Our Elizabeth Holllngsworth spent
1'OUTIIIS DROWNED en off his horse and drowned in motto is "A
health : Strong Sunday night with :Mary LuclleTorcxle "
CANAL POINT-Attempting to flood waters Monday during the I Body Makes a Strong Mind." at Klngsley.

'lm the St. Lucie Canal ten miles tropical storm that swept over central We have had the following Callie Strickland was hostess to

LrtU of here Vinson Tlllman six. Florida. health rules on the board all week: Dorothy Turner Saturday night at l o

Jeen, became tangled in a casting It-E-A-L-T-H means free from her home on Kingsley

let be was carrying with him and GROU ERS GET CHECKS bodily pain. Mignon Slsson spent the weekend 1 i .w

as drowned. TALLAHASSEE-Leon county with Eatelle Kendrick
growers have received the first Hair must be kept neatly brushed 4'}

\RNUM WAS RIGHT i checks from Washington government SENIOR NEWS NOTES 1q{

WAUCHULA-Two local young :' in payment of their con Eat fruits and vegetables. The Seniors have gotten off to a i"

nicn, Joe Hines and Jim Deal, left tract to plow up a portfon of the flying start In the art of debating.The .
Monday[ morning to push a wheel. 1933 cotton crop. In the first Always sleep with windows open. second day of school we had a

arrow to Chicago and return. The batch of checks, which came to i full-fledged, argument, via "Re x '
|uo men expect to make twentyles County Agent O. C; Hodge for distribution Laugh and be gay. solved That the World's Economic ,rl II

a day and hope to make the a total of $3,869.i0: was Condition Is Growing Worse, Rather '{

2800 mile journey in 140 days. represented. Take a bath dally and brush teeth Than Improving." Some other

twice dally. subjects for argument are: t
PRE-COOLINO PLANT EXPENSES: QUESTIONEDTALLAHASSEEWith !r- e /.P Help to keep your surroundings "Sholil We Have Sunday Movies In

JACKSONVILLE-Contract for $1500 of .r clean. Starke?" and "Is It Necessary fora

Jrrection and equipping a pre-cool- expense money already drawn by % Person to Attend College to Be a
Ing plant for, citrus fruit, to cost the committee handling the school .% I 111011 FOURTH URADK Successful' In Life?" The Seniors r i '

tnore than $300,000, has been made book probe, Comptroller Lee has Miss Annie Mae Pearce Teacher showed! aptness In these early r, ,
ten by the Refrigerated Steam- called a halt on further withdrawals STUDY Of A PICTURE woikouts. '

ttilp Line, Inc.. a subsidiary of the until he can secure an opinion "The Girl VUIU Her Grandfather Of a class of about twelve enrolled 1'' ,
United Fruit Company. from the Attorney General as to Once there was a little girl for our ,new English course,

toe legality of .the payment of expense : I named Lily who came to visit her Spoken English eleven are Seniors. V ,
NO MORE BOARDERSWEST accounts sub-mltted by various grandfather who lived at the sea This new course deals principallywith '

PALM BEACH-The lo- members of the committee. .' shore. She never had been out I Ia In dramatics. public speaking,

hl NRA office today was baffled boat before. So one day she and developing the memory It Is 1 ,t
Sty a refusal to sign a consumer's PUBLICITY UPHELD t r went out with him in his fish boat. yet Indefinite as to whether It can ,!
Compliance certificate. The con- MIAMI-W, H. O. Carnes' suit There is a sail boat not far from be arranged to teach this course, t;{

umer told the canvasser: "We to prevent the city of Miami from them. Their boat is a fish boat and but we hope it will be possible, We 1 'R''
un't want no eagles. We got two levying a one mill tax for publicity ---..- not a canoe. This man would rather will ,
purposes has been dismissed in cir have a fishing boat than a canoe
Bogs now, and they done et their LILIES BLOOM EARLY BIG LOSS I1Y STORM TO WAGE TICK BATTLE HAPPY
cult court here but the taxpayerwas because it Is more convenient. Thlman's
}ads off. The
> canvasser gave up. FORT PIERCE-Believe it or LEESBURG-Fern growers of JACKSONVILLE The state f
ten in which lie la
given days to file work Is fishing. R
not, but Easter lilies are now the Leesburg district suffered livestock sanitary board will ask School opened up Monday with a
amended fishing
an complaint. Attorneyssaid Dutchman. He Is wearing a
FOOTBALL FATALITY blooming in Fort Pierce. A local heavy losses from the storm of last the Federal government for an advance bang after the annual vacation
they did not expect an amend. hat. I have seen a fireman '!
> TA\IPA-The: 1933 football housewife displayed two week. that is beginning to settle
perfect Reports were of to cattle Everyone
sea more $500,000 complete t
ed suit would be filed but that thecourt's wear that kind of hat too. Ho I lea
ion has claimed its first f tallty.rank blooms from a plant which had already -i than fifty acres of asparagus' plu- ; tick eradication work In Flor down. My, you ought to count the
order probably would be appealed Dutchman too. I can tell by the
a Winn III, sixteen, candidate produced six blooms In May, mosus in this section had been ida. With this sum, the board past graduates! It looks like old
to the State Supreme Court. way he Is dressed. His name I Is
for a place on the Plant High the regular flowering time. She thrown down and fernery owners agreed at a meeting here the eradication Mr. Wilkins who lives in Holland times again. i i .
fcchool team here, died of heart explained that after the first stalk were busily engaged In raising the work can be completed In The chemistry students visited f
NEW
ROAD MAPS It is cool weather. I can tell by
(allure as he walked from the prac TALLAHASSEE bloomed and died, another sprout shelters which had been blown eighteen months instead of three the laboratory and got the "smellof ..i
The State
dressed.
the they are They area
tice field on day last week. It was Road Department will shortly issue came up and produced the latest down and restoring those which years; many men can be given employment good way ways from the land. the laboratory." 1 .
Jii first tryout with the t-am. 30,000 new official state road set of flowers. were demolished. ; and damage suffered by Written byLOUISE It seems as though Industrial t F

maps. The present map is out of the cattle Industry during the recent STERN. Geography Is getting popular or r I fl
MORE CIGARS date because of the extensive road MANY APPLY FOR LOANS DE LAND MANN HONORED tropical storm can be re- maybe it's the teacher Anyway,

TAMPA A seven-day strike building program carried on in JACKSONVILLE Over three DELANO-Bert Fish, who Is paired. you ought to count the students. ," '
SEVENTH GRADE) NEWS
any last month failed to stop Florida since it was printed. The thousand Florida home owners going to Egypt as United States When will we get our Senior
|'mpa cigar factories from pro- new maps will be uptotheminuteand have applied to the Howe Owners' minister there, is a former criminal ROAD WASHED OUT We like being In Junior HI&h'School. privileges? It feels funny to be li I ro
The officers of clashaven't
\icing about one-half million more a credit to Florida, whose Loan Corporation for loans total court judge, attorney, pre-conven- GAINESVILLE-State Road No. our the "big bugs." Who is the most .
!jars than were made In July ac- highways compare favorably with ling in excess of six million dollars, Uon Roosevelt supporter and Volu- 19 between Wllllston and Ocala been elected yet. We hope dignified Senior?
to elect them next week.
tiding to figures released by the i any in the South. With the approach according to a statement made by sla County school official. He was was closed to motorists last week I I LOUISE Good ol debates on the program, } 1'1'a!
Rrfernal: State Manager James R. Stockton. named last week President SULLIVAN. except it's not on Interscholastic
revenue department. The : of the tourist season and by when the water rose to over four!
|:00: factories produced 23,000,000: many foreign motorists, the new Thus far there have been 181 appraisals Roosevelt. Hs is native' of Bedford feet above the surface of the high.j J Reporter. athletics this time. The cream '' t K'im'

Jdjara in August. ,,road maps will be In great demand. completed with 324 more Ind., and a graduate of Steti way, according to reports reaching!I rises to the top and so will our de- ? ,, M
to follow. Approximately seventy- son University here. the Gainesville Chamber of Com I Ir TENTH TATTLES bates 1{ ,'

five loans will be made by the end r merce. Traffic leaving Gainesville By A. W. Anderson, Jr ,

of this week said Stockton. LAW IS TIIWAUTEIJJACKSONVILLEDuval .for Ocala has been directed over Assisted by Hugh Walters PROGRAM COMMITTEE: E

1032; Coun Road No. 19 ever since the torrential The assembly Friday will be In ,I
y EXCURSION TO FAIR ty's no fence law of 1925: cannot be rains that followed In the wakeof Hell-o you, charge of Mrs. Long's home room. f
i u_ JACKSONVILLE-Florldlans enforced legally until and unless the tropical hurricane made the How do you do? The program committee consistsof 13 J

200 or more of them-climbed the county surrounds its bounda- Dixie Highway between the two Here I am again, Lois Long, Marjorie Stump, and ,
aboard a special train Saturdayhead ries with a fence, Circuit Judge cities Impassable. Safe, Sound and Sane. S. R. Johns. A good program can {

BUICK for Chicago and Florida Dayat Daniel A. Simmons held in grant be expected as the present co 1>>-
i A Century of Progress Exposition. -Ing C. H. Leigh an Injunction restraining TAGS SHOW INCREASE In the auditorium, Friday, September mittee did much towards the successful

Leading the delegation was law enforcement officer TALLAHASSEE:-The sale of 9, Mr. Gray said that there assembly programs given Il

State Senator W. C. Hodges, chairman from seizing and impounding his motor tags took a jump during the were 690 pupils enrolled to date. last semester I el'
of .he Florida exhibit com cattle. month of August, according to figures He stated also that he expectedthe l'l'REPORT
mission. Governor Sholtz, after complied by Commissioner roll-call to jump to 700 by the rl
OF SCHOOL NURSE r
driving more than 600 miles to join TOWN TO LIQUIDATE George H. Wilder. August, 1933, end of the month. Of these approximately Inspected six rooms; made brief

the party, boarded the train at At. MIAMI-Dade County commissioners exceeded by nearly $20,000 the sale ( forty-eight, or fourteen per health talks. r;; '.
lanta. of tags for the corresponding cent of the total belong to the
asked to pe
are liquidate assets Spoke to football team, and arranged ,. '
Tenth
clod in 1932. The total for the Grade.
of the former Town of Ojusor
with Dr E. L. Diggs to '
DEER CAMPAIGN month of August, 1932 was $49,603 {
levy a sufficient tax on property; the r
give
boys a
\ physical examlna1 1
BUNNELL-Flagler County is while August 1933, total was Leslie: "I think I'll take up 1
In the area of the former town to '' E

1 1 m ljj: !:Iili: :iill: !; showing prohibit the killing way deer In a campaign and turkey to satisfy the creditors Miami \ Post a suit filed here partment$69.007. Since has been July selling 1 the tags tag tie on horseback social standing.riding. It will Increasemy tion.Twenty children sent to nurse by 1.. I{ ,
fl by PublishingCompany
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"-: ? : : !!!! out of season. The county com which claimed the town the half year basis of five, ten and Bill: "I don't know about the referred teachers. to Treated eighteen; two A ; ,

mission recently voted to pay $50 owed It $72486 at' the time the fifteen dollars, as provided by the social part but It sure will Increase cases of impetigo.physician for severe
reward for evidence leading to con last Legislature.. your standing."
abolished In
1931
was
municipality
f f.1. viction of persons for violation of Aside from sore eyes and Im

'fy'Lan: ,. ,Plm.k. ..N, J the law. Appropriations for the TRAIN-WRECK LARGE REGISTRATION We of the Tenth Grade have observed above petigo the the health conditions are i./' +' "e
average.
state conservation department, LAKE PLACID-A locomotiveand TAMPA--Advance registration and approved of the new tin

.1 ", ( .: '. I' ........,... .....'.."...'1.... '.': ,......,tlFry.......1>' which has charge of enforcingstate eleven cars of a freight trainon (for\ the fall term at the Universityof roof on Mr. Scott's store. Have sented A gift to of teachers'a glass shelf rest was pre- M ,.
'' ;;!;::!; !; ;; 1 '; : { game laws, do not provide Tampa Is much larger than officials you? room by
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1 : ;(;mm! r; Ri: 11! ji : 1: :!il; f 11IOO"O' Ilt ; #O' 'O' 1! funds for payment of rewards. the and Atlantic Coast Line turned of the institution anticipated the Little Women' Club. They '

:;: 1:.......,. "" '" ""...,':... ...,." .1,"',,1 ..-no,.-.. >- over were partially submergedIn and Mrs. also presented nurse an electric ,
'. a canal at Lake Istokpoga between may require additions to the Perkins:.Louie, bow many e
j. : t 4ri NEW MF. DORA INDUSTRY ; Lake Placid and i faculty President F. H. Spaulding times have I told you to get to biology plate.Play. i'
Sebring,
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iBfta tr> ** .. MOUNT DORA-A Dew industryhas last week. The accident was caused says. Inquiries from all parts of class on time?" before groups school supervised at noon, d I'll F
been established\ here, the manufacture by a water-soaked roadbed, which the country and transfer of a con Louis: "I don't know. I thought and at recess by

!:,<""" ,:;,,.!: .;.!...." "''''.,;;..>'.".. : i .. : l of silver polishes. The caused the track to give way. siderable number of out-of-state you were keeping score nurse with the assistance of school ,< i'r'
,i',,; ,';',!'!:.;!' !,!; ; : i!:;;;; i'r.t"i.! ; !.;.;, .., :;Ii .ii: li!.:?;!>:: i ;:r.i.r;?; .r.r::;I.it; ;.ii..<.' ;f;-," new organization Is headed by T.]Brakeman Frank Davis, who jumped students Indicates that the univer girls.When lE
Holmes Lashar formerly of Fair- from the train was killed. sity is becoming well known Miss Fernandez and Mrs. Hoffman rolls are completed, hook: i
field, Conn. The basis for the polish abroad, while graduates of South have the Tenth Grade thin worm examination will be made. E c
Buick makes a 35.7% gain in is diatimlte taken In this local INSPECTORS-REDUCED Florida high schools are giving it year. Mrs. Hudson and Mr. Morrow LUCIA L. ALVAREZ C 4

ity. Mr Lashar claims It Is superior WINTER HAVEN-One hundred serious consideration In their col. : had It last year. School Nurse.

the total business of its field to any he has examined and sixty Inspectors decrease ege plan LITTLE -
WOMEN'S
CLUB
either in this county or in Canada,, of forty-six from last year'spayrollwill Bill: "Huh they've dropped
where he lived for several years before be INJUNCTION DENIED their'anchor again." The business meeting of Little '

l.tI_...;/4 "fop... h P.1&'P N.I> Nn Cur Sin Smtn coming permanently to :Mount in the Inspection employed of citrus this fruit season -, QUINCY-The state may fulfill Elaine: "Serves them right. Women'. Club will be held every
Dora. Silver Its contract to Tuesday \In bookkeeping room,the
polishes manufacturedfrom operating under the direction of J. purchase a patented They've had It dangling over the 7
Florida dlatlmite are not new. 'safety device" for Florida automobile side all morning." first period after noon. J y
J. Taylor chief chemist, state department i
a and here"s Whys but the present company is mar. of agriculture who Friday license tags from Forten- a Program meeting will be held r
keting Its product on a new and opened his offices here. Fruit berry Brothers of Jackson MI..., This year the Tenth Grade has twice a month at 2:00 p.m. on Fri- 1,
scientific plan.STOCK under a ruling of Circuit Judge E. forty-eight Last days in the auditorium. Parents
from Lee County received the first pupils. year it
1. MODERN STYLE-with bodies by Fisher blending official scrutiny of the citrus season C. Long. Judge Long lost little had fifty-seven pupils, a decreaseof are The Invited to attend. '

harmoniously into the windsueam lines of radiator cars shipped by the KingstonCompany time In denying application for an sixteen per cent. been following addresses have
Injunction to restrain the state arranged: 4
hood and fenders. motor
and Lee County Packing '
vehicle department from Friday. 15th,,Mr. Gray, "A Century '
carrying Mr. Gray's .
Company, both of Ft. Myers, passed youngest son (at dinner
%. Buick famous out its contract with of Progress by Women."
MODERN PERFORMANCE-for which by the Inspectors and are rolling\ the Mississippi ); "Papa, are caterpillers goodto 1 }
Valre-in-Head Straight Eight engine is largely toward markets. concern. The court also de- eat?" Friday, 29th "The Storv of Llta 2. 7
responsible. nied a motion by the state to din I Mr. Gray: "Haven't I taught from Biological Standpoint tJ.I; .. ti lf,

miss the bill of complaint a short you better than to mention Ola Perkins. )
NO SECRET SESSIONS such
3. MODERN COMfORT-obtained by the use of.such GAINESVILLE- Locked time before denying the Injunction things at the table?" Friday, October 13th, "Loveli-
notable features as inertia-controlled hydraulic gates petition. i ness," Miss Isabel Fernandez.
Mrs. Gray (after a
around the football practice field pause):
shock absorbers and the Fisher Ventilation .
System. at the of Florida "Why son, what makes you ask
University
are a TO HOLD FARM SCHOOL The Christian Era Is not used to "
4. UNEQUALLED DEPENDABilITY-to which more thing of the past. Dutch Stanley, LARGO-A three-day extension thaU"Son reckon the year In Japan as that

than 1,250,000 Buicks now' in service bring silent, flm'. -V rr.... fr r ...... Florida's "new deal" head coach, school for Pinellas County farmers : "I just saw one on papa's would symbolize the imposition of
lettuce "
but am r.e--ti-. w rap. las dealt a pair of aces to Mr. John and homemakers will be held at but it's gone now. a foreign religion. u; Ildr
convincing proof. --_,.. El Spectator. In the opinion of football the Fair Grounds here beginning .

n.'W........- k.r.sot followers here In the announcementthat September 11. County Agent William ''That' all, folks, right now. Chile supplies from its nitrate
-id..W. --W. secret practices for the 1933 Gomme and Mrs. Joy Belle But I'll see you next week and field 90 per cent of the world's r>
tlMCK A GENERAL ........,..-.Y.-.. .... ,aw r.rw.W. Gators are taboo. Florida football Here, home demonstration agent howl of Iodine. consumption 'E .

MOTORS VALUE fans who are Interested In seeing have announced. Close to SOO ,
__ tnQrxDAeaB! the squad at work need only to present farmers and farm women are expected -
nmc OWCKAHCK' OH*
p.t'IIU.I.oa!' an admittance ticket. The to attend and many practical FUNERAL DIRECTORS
nice thing .Is that the admittance phases of farming and homemaking -
REGISTER MOTOR CO. r Mfr 1wHAROLD ticket costs nothing whatever and will be discussed by proml- Our Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for' U. U Render .
be obtained I .EFFICIENT. PROMPT &n C. WALL may Imply by apply. Cent workers with the College of MODERATE
STARKE, FLORIDA INSURANCE tag at the athl tic office. The Agriculture. Experiment Station PRICERDeWITT :

.. ticket .is good for acn practice session and Extension Service, leading 1 C. JONES COMPANY l' E +
_.'m,. WILL Butte TI. STARKE FLORIDA STARKE. ,
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;I Cosmetic Authorities Agree That a HealthySkin DINNER Luxenburg la a CII1Int, 'f lU3.I'1116
SUNDAY land owners nnai!
430
,000 <'f '.

{ Is Foundation of All B SUGGESTIONSBy acres devoted to':,,. ,00. ,-,
"5ocietyi Complexion sty( farmed by rc-sluum .,.

: ANN PACK -
The crocodile liz,: '
Fete Minutes Daily Required I WITH August nearly over the har America is very rar.PATHFINDER. :t C.t

t I s 1e.. ,. .t,4r"At <, ,,:; of fruits and vegetables Is at
Methodist W. M. S for Cleansing, Toning and Ir' ':,'1t: its height. Most vegetables are both
O. E. S. Meeting : plentiful and low: in price. All over the THIS CERTAINLY

-1'' : Monday evening at the Masonic The business and devotional Stimulating. , f, ,,< country excellent western peas are
available.: Peas are especially good MAKES
F Hall at 8:00: o'clock the Starke meeting of the Methodist W. M. S. By LUCILLE FIELDS with poultry Iamb and with flab, all of IT EASY

: 1 chapter Order of Eastern Star, will be held at the church Monday Counselor lion l Dtauty Institute which are good choices at. the present TO PICK
I will hold their first meeting of the afternoon at the usual hour. All time. THE BEST
,'. tall season. It Is desired that all members asked to be present. B ARRIS, talking about charm da- The root vegetables, green and wax fff'rvfr'' ii.
scribed it as "a tort of bloomon beans and summer squash are all
I members and officers of the order MeetThe a woman. abundant and low in pries. Tomatoes _5'it chon"r
be present P.-T. A. To We can steal the phrase and adapt are ripe sweet and 'Juicy-at their "Best -S
It for complexion : best either raw or cooked. They are GOODYEAR""GSafest
first of the StarkeParentTeacher's .
meting Q
I't' ', # Executive Board Association for use. A lovely skinisn't delicious stuffed with a macaroni and i

t'S& : P.-T A. To Meet the fall season will be held at the of bloom,just "a on sort a cheese Peaches mixtur and cantaloupe are plentiful .

school auditorium next .Wed and of excellent quality. BarthlttpelU'
"
high DYEAga
It's the
.
woman.
The executive board of the are delicious eaten out-of-band
+f'r'! Starke Parent-Teacher Association nesday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock. yf bloom! Isn't itt or In salads. Nectarines are In market ;
All members are asked to attend. truly, nowT You .
!+. ) will meet next Tuesday afternoon but their season Is brief. latS
at 3:00 MRS. L. F. SMITH, President. look at a woman's Here are menus from the Quaker ?
at the school building :
akin and Maid Kitchen ttA00DYEAttG
o'clock. 5 S if the bloom of
Davis HostessTo ,
d Mrs. health and Low Cost Dinner w> wlar
!
Baptist Circle Meetings Presbyterian LadiesMrs. wholesomecleanliness Pork Chops Macaroni with Cheese 'hll '
j ..4 doesbn.tll. Mashed Squash sZkf Alod I
l ,
Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock i E. M. Davis was hostess to not shine Bread and Butter odre.
.,
Mrs. E. C. Priest and Mrs. T. M. members of the Ladles Auxiliaryof ? through the surface Bartlett Pears Esp. re oo f p
+ Church at her Tea or Coffee Milk
Hutchlngs were hostesses to Circle Presbyterian layer-that woman's charm

+ y ? No. 1 of the Baptist Woman's Missionary home Tuesday afternoon at 3.30: suffers appreciably in your estimation Median Cost Dinner "

Society at the Priest home o'clock. doesn't it? Baked Ham Baked Tarns ; ,,

,. on Call Street, where beautiful The devotional was led by Mrs. I like tremendously the way our Baked Stuffed Tomatoes
better of the cosmetic
George H. Lowry and Mrs. Glen representatives Quince Jelly
summer flowers added color to the industry concede the health Bread and Butter
w rooms where the members spent a Searing read the scripture reading. note in the skin as the foundation FrUt Cup

., most enjoyable afternoon. After the regular business meetingMrs. of all complexion beauty. The skin, Coffee (hot rr Iced) Milk
Leon A. favored the for all the cosmetic aids have
,+. The devotional was led by the Gray they Very Special Dinner I It
C and Auxiliary members with a vocal to offer, hat its practical aide, they'll]
Mrs J. M.
leader Brownlee
tell you frankly. Circulation, stimulation Cantaloupe
4. was followed with prayer led by solo.The and cleanliness represent this Joan Crawford gives a final touch to her make-up before leaving her Roast Lamb Boiled Rica
missionary was
Mrs. A. M. Darby president of the program practical side. Green Peas Sauteed Bananas
circles. conducted by Mrs. Carl Jackson. The last thing in the world the portable dressing room Tomato Salad Salad Dressing

At the close of the meeting Mrs. face powder merchant wants is his Rolls Butter -wATNrY
The regular business program Davis assisted by Jean Davis and powder spread over a muddy, cloud lation and stimulation preached. There's no use trying to sugarcoat Spanish CieamCoffee ,AT"FIYp1Ar
was held after which the remainder Now if that's the they feel I (hot .r iced) Milk
Margaret Lowry served deliciousIce ed or blemished skin. way a sluggish, shopworn looking
of the afternoon was spent in cream and cake. The point these experts: stress about it, who have spent years in skin with make-up! You can't fool NOTICE l I 1 .
sewing making articles for the circle over and over again is cleanliness. exhaustive study of skin we should many of the people much of the
basket. With every: Jar of cleansing cream give ear to their Instructions. time. And you don't fool yourself The Board of County Commissioners i

The hostesses, assisted by Misses Gives Splash Party they sell they're emphasizing this Requires Dally Attention for a moment. And. after all it's of Bradford County will receive '

Pauline Priest and Margaret Williams !- Honoring DaughterMrs. fundamental complexion need. At Chiefly we should take to neart how you yourself feel that countsin I sealed bids, at their regular
p the Melba Charm School they urge their oft-repeated promise of a fine complexion beauty as well as In meeting first Monday In October 4.40-21 4.50-21 5.(1(1-19(
served delicious ice cream George B. Flynn was hostess keeping the pores cleared of such complexion If we but attend the affairs of the spirit If you know for the purchase of twelve cords of
and cake to the following memo to a number of the young foreign matter as dust and grime cleansing toning and stimulating that the canvas on which you are eighteen inch wood, one-half to be $5.55 $6.30 $7.20
bers: folks Wednesday afternoon from and sebaceous matter that expands: duties DAILY. Not occasionally.Not going to spread your paints is metic-
Mrs. W. L. Wall, Mrs. J. M 3:30 till 6:00 o'clock at Gray's and coarsens them eventually. They a couple of times a week-but ulously clean and clear-you're, of yellow pine lightwood and one- 4.50-20 4.75-19 3.11I1,20)

Brownlee, Mrs. A. M. Darby Mrs.> landing at Kingsley Lake at a advocate the use of astringents to every blessed"day' Including Sundays going to take a great deal more half to be of green yellow pine split $6.00 $6.70 $7.45

H. L. Brownlee, Mrs. J.. W. Edwards close the pores against housing; holidays atid holy days. Not a pride In applying your makeup. This :wood.
her
splash party, honoring daughter these destructive elements. Clrcu-* great deal of time is asked of us, as bit of facial psychology I have seen, Price to include
Mrs. O. H. Bennett Mrs. J. Miss Martha Powell, the occasion lation stimulant treatments to further the day Is measured In hours. A few repeated over and over and over delivery and
B. Sapp Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Mrs. being her birthday anniver clean and refine the skin are minutes dally-ten, fifteen-which again. And when it happens-you racking at the County Jail wood Register MotorCompany

e R. A. Thomas, Mrs. R. Hutchings, sary. vrged. And so It goes. Always there is little enough( ask for the promIsed have that "bloom" that Barrie describes ,| shed. The board reserves the right

;y Mrs. J. D. GooJman, Mrs. J. H. la the principle of cleanliness clrcu- reward. ,:. as charm. to reject any and all bids.
Swimming was enjoyed during
Pitts, Mrs. J. L. Silcox Mrs. D. L.
the afternoon after which a picnic Burney-Parmenter FLORIDA'S TUNNELSAt but are usually inferior to those Signed, STARKE, FLORID,\
Silcox Mrs. J. H. Hundley, Mrs.
supper was served to the guestsby raised in a nursery. It A. J. THOMAS, Clerk.
W. A. Feeler, Mrs. H. H Carroll, Mr. Newen Burney of Starke and
Mrs. Flynn assisted by Mrs. L. Jasmine, near Blanton in
Mrs. T. F. Landrum, and Mrs. O. p Miss Gladys Parmenter of Hell- Acorns from these oaks are now
) Raymond. G. Powell. bronn married Wed- Pasco County, the traveler on the ripening and if gathered and plant. .v-:" < j '
Miss Springs were j' } ,y'! */,:
Powell
received lovely
many highway through an almost ed { f<'.!'hc; '
passes immediately grow readily into '
Circle No. 2 met Monday afternoon nesOay afternoon by N. D. Wain- J.
with Mrs. C. A. Knight at her birthday gifts from her friends. wright Jr., justice of peace. The perfect tree tunnel. There are seedlings. These seedlings shouldbe
Those Invited to this lovely affair I. many places In the state where in Who* But'SearsdUtrlbut
home on Call Street at 330.: young: couple will make their homeIn transplanted a row in some -
.. ,were: arching limbs from roadside trees protected spot and left until large
The members were seated on the Starke where Mr. Burney is in '
lawn for the meeting which was Misses Martha Brownlee, Lois the restaurant business. produce a tunnel-like effect that enough for roadside planting;;' ,,;" N,": "';.z:
Adklns, Lois Long Marjorie moderates the warmth and of dUtrlbut S50.000.WW: worth ot mettI14U141H"< ? with
ra? opened with the Lord's Prayer repeated glare about three years in the transplantrow out one small t '
in unison Stump, Elizabeth Hollingsworth Florida's justly famed sunshine. In is required. profit between the manufacturer and :yea?
: Kitty Hogsed, Hope Hayes, Lula Home Loan Body ReadyTo some Instances where narrow Prices. in UM tUb Anniversary are based on Sears now 'a.
The Scripture reading from the Many garden, women's and civic mons parehMlnf amp lfn several month, age whfit this..
Redgrave, Georgia Haynes, Dorothy roads
second chapter of the book, "The flitch Operate In, County pass through woodlands the clubs scout troops municipalities company pound Iflfl.OOOjJOO Into the markets, to fray Uw prod
Mary Canova Mina ,
Largest Stewardship," was read by effect is accomplished without the and relief organizations are assist- lick of American. Industry and help do Ms share toward bUJj.

Mrs. L. O. Powell. Manassa, Lillian' Sternberg Bun- (Continued from page 3.) _I aid of man. The. most perfect tree ing in establishing these tree tunnels lne.s recover. f' 't. ;*''ztl "
cle Canova and Fearce.W'lliamsMontgomery .
Mary tunnels, however, are the result of
Following the devotional a short : recorded or executed prior to June and protecting the roadsides
.
I + business meeting was held at 13, 1933 can be refinanced by the roadside plantings. The Jasmine from fires.
which time various needs of the corporation. example is formed by two rows of +

.church were discussed. The announcement of the marriage Types Of Loan To Be !Mode laurel oaks planted some thirty- A small grub, rare in the United

Late In the afternoon refreshments of Mrs. Edythe P. Montgom 80 Per Cent Loans five years ago by a local resident. States but common in southern I

i: of punch and cake were ery and John W. Williams at Wau- The corporation will exchangeIts Native water laurel and live Europe called the book-worm,

F served by Mrs. Knight assisted by chula on Sunday Sept. 10, will be bonds for mortgages which do oaks according to the Florida For damages bound books.

Mrs. E. L. Biggs and Miss Lena of Interest to Starke friends as not exceed in amount 80 per cent est Service, grow into the best tun I

Belle Shepard. well as friends of the couple of the value of the property securing nels. Seedling trees of these species Ethiopia's flag waves over a
may be obtained from the woods, frontier 3,000 miles
Members present were: throughout the state. the loan, as determined by the long.

Mrs. L. a. Powell Mrs. E. W Mrs. Williams has resided in corporation's appraisal. The home Y '0__ _

Hayes Mrs. W. H. Perkins Mrs. Tampa for a number of years but owners on mortgages thus acquired t

E. M. Thomas, Mrs. J. H. Lord, has spent the past three years in by the corporation will pay interest -

,. :Mr.. L. W. Klckliter, Mrs. Nat WIN Starke where she was connected at the rate of five per cent. VACATIONSand '

llama Mrs. Julia Williams. Mrs. E. with the Western Union Telegraph No loan of this type may exceed In

L. Biggs. Mrs. J. D. Doyle Mrs. Company. bonds and cash the sum of $14,000or

'1 Charles Overstreet. Mrs. R. J. Davis Mr. Williams, a native of West eighty per cent of the value of at

1 Mrs. A. L. Kahr, Jr., Mrs. F. F. Fiord, has been prominently con- the home as established by the cor-

!, Flume and Miss Lena Belle Shep nected with state affairs for the 'poration's appraisal whichever Is HEALTH

ard. Mrs. Eugene Griffin of Jacksonville past thirty years having served in the smaller Except In payment of Y -

) ,i was a guest at this delightful the )land office on the tax equalization taxes and essential repairs and

meeting of the circle. board and for the mat several other necessary. Incidental! AxrtAnn.ea i By. Dr. ERNEST H. LINES .

; years, has served as a state no cash will bea-dv..;;; ;d'roaloan --- Amkerlty amd CM'./ MeJte.l DI...,..
,C rrl, STOP AT auditor. of this type. Nau> y.rk Ulnjiira.c< Cowa.oy:

Mr. and Mrs. Williams have not Bonds-The corporation's bonds

tfVIOLA'S announced any definite place of will bear Interest at the rate of SWIMMINGSWIMMING

I, residence as his work takes him to four per cent annum The

; t 4 4u S F.. all parts of the state and he will United States government per guarantees is excellent) exorcise for developing the body. Most people

be accompanied by Mrs. Williams. the of such holidays near some lake or stream or the seashore, where A
payment
,, Good Sandwiches but not interest they can indulge In this Invigorating sport, which has been given added<
..A. the principal. All bonds Impetus by the Interest taken in it by President Roosevelt
will mature not later than I
eighteen -
ICE WHY Generally) speaking, swimming Is
COLD BEER NOT HAVE THE years from the date of issue
an art that must be It of the
acquired. ness water.
Many diseases
Ask For Our Prices on Cases and the corporation Is required to
BEST
should be
learned
by everyone at a* are water-borne.
Aajalnlna;; retire them as rapidly as its resources early
4 an age as possible The ability
r Sinclair Service StationS All new, modern equipment. will permit. to swim only a few stroke. may be Cramps
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S Tea Cirt Your Om. BadAreMorlea Wa are prepared to serve. 40< Per Cent Cash Loans enough to .."'.'your life some day. Cramps are spasmodic contrao.
Our The Seldom do beginners show tions of the muscles that are beyond< --
service Is finer, our corporation will make a cash any ability L'I
price Is lower.BOREE loan up to forty per cent of the to swim when suddenly immersed in the control of the individual and -J

value of the property (as deter deep waters.Jt Is.,very dangerous, come without warning. They are a
io & GIDDENS therefore to push a who common cause of drownlngs. 'Don't
mined by ,the corporation's person may
FVNERAL DIRECTOnS ) to retire an existing; mortgage approval -- not be able to swim into deep water. swim for at least two hours after The .Yearns Greatest'Event!
.L
ATLAS If do happen to be the eating, never drink cold beverages ,
rho.-.nee AB kal.... ..**! where there Is Imminent danger you victim any '
of such foolish immediately before '' <;1'"
JACKSONVILLE. FLA. a "prank" and can't swimming
that the home
will be
.t...... Fla., Br...... Near Depot foreclosure and the mortgage lost can by swim, don't get panicky and struggleand in and never cold swim beyond your depth The Value, Opportunity
gulp a of very water. Severe indigestion
great quantity
The Standard OU not be water
acquired by the exchange of but bold your breath and by gentle or cramps may result Cramps also Of Your Lifetime!

; bonds. Interest on such loans shall ,movements, keep the head above occur when the muscles are exhausted,,
Tire GuarantiedOne : POSITIVE RELIEFFROM. be at the rate of
six per cent. No water. and no person who may be tired or
/ loan of this type may exceed in suffering from debility of ,
any sort
1I ?\ Many swimming accidents could :
ytl Year I amount the sum of $8,000 and can have been avoided if people had should go beyond his depth, or out BEGINSMONDAY: .

d i PILESAto.lala i be made only when the home own- taken certain precautions before of reach of assistance. :

tl NNMNNN.Na I er cannot obtain a loan from ordinary swimming or diving in a strange Over sixty per cent of drowmngsoccur '
..... paii.basg
.
+ .dN '
q ) _ttinc o.on--aI. 1_ I lending agencies.! Loans of place. Learn about the currents' and in the four months horn May
this kind must approved by the tide. Never dive in to August, and nearly half of these
....ti7. That .to "'. roliaf ALL unknown,
i Frigidairethe piloa ...-. obtain from MEMO. corporation In Washington. shallow or rocky waters. Even in fatalities are among men and boys

FREE. W. support this .tat.mat 60 Per Cent Cash ,Loans clear waters remember that "a deep I'' under twenty-five years of age. Don't

T with, a _.,.. ..ak ....._t_ (Only for taxes and repairs on dive is often a dangerous dive." I overestimate your strength and 'C'1 .>>:
three If :JOB _. ..rt...... by pilao you property not swim far unless you are accompanied t
year gum,- Kara probably triad niaay ...-..Uncl The mortgaged.) Avoid weeds and undercurrents by a boat and a level-headed peraoa In Jacksonville
....*. Do not J.d.. HEMO-FREE corporation will make cash when swimming In the open. If you who has been trained in life ,.
anted, electric refrigerator by pat dUappolatmant, It. atlloa loans up to fifty per cent of the are swimming In a river and accidentally It Is also dangerous to go swimming saving! <* ';: <<;::

f 1. pealtivo, al..... .... ... .... laa value of the home as determinedby get into a bed of weeds, alone or at night. Contrary to LetNofi .ingt: Keep"YourAway" !,
,
.I .? itching, bloadia., oxtaraal.rotrvtlln the corporation's appraisal for stop kicking and work with your popular belief a large, percentage of
.. or lalaraal pU... the payment of defaulted taxes and arms. The current".will usually let drowning cases occur! Sept.t -' There
among people 38AThru; ;S pt/30.Bc (
odors RamaDibor.101..,bow Joyooa Ii'. was assessments which the owner Is unable you through. If you are carried who are considered good swimmers.artieUt ; ; ; :

For gale by Into dull ... pain elabbod yea to pay and to make necessary away by the current of a river, For the', ] !
.17. Ra.aJa that select a spot down-stream Opemng-9' "A Jt\ :. Sharp
in
prleala bapplnose by ..din* for repairs order to maintain the bank and swim on either This ia iAd.iphh q/a wrier of 13 >
and Beta* HEMO-FREE. If property as tenantable which the diagonally towards on Vacation ..
:youwish. and H MlIA. { >;
pay poelmaB dallvory. owner is unable to make. Intereston Never mind where you have)left your Tin ninth r.rit wt.
Bpoa en Ming Aid, mil :t < 'i.. *
>>6h
clothes. Your life Is \ i J 1.'t. ,
; Smith's 'Service Sand ,II. ooopo today. NOW la such )loans shall be at'tbe. rata more important. antwer ttim questions v, '; ,,/ ,.. AT
1."BaOAD
tho baa .1.... of five per cent. ,
HEMO LABORATORIES 'It''you are swimming In a rough I. What Is a 'w'tse precaution ,( .t' J, Ss+tag+D33YTN9till :

4520 Waal Pleo Blvd. Except with the approval of the sea, do not attempt to' breast the before starting on ydur vacation f .... ""'\t'II; i!>f "'....-

Station Lot Aaialae.,Calif.EoclMad I corporation at Washington ALL waves As each wave rises, swim 2. How can bleeding from a cut ", -. \.,,., "
le $1.00 for full .... loans must be amortized monthly.) through it and thus save yourself artery be stopped 3. What i
Inba of HEMO-FREE. It is the the buffeting that might In. should be J ,-
fl t Starke Fla. N.m.City. .. corporation's policy to causa done for burns, dog dt
--
AdJr.. .... ._ : require the satisfaction In full of sensibility. bites fractures and electric '

-_-----_ .. ... ',, the proceeds of its loan. j uvtLtitftta
5a -" Y. open walar. the cleaaliA iIt. ir i- swwn.a..INs.a.x.tat ttt

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SEPTEMBER 15, 1933 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARK FLORIDA .P\OE frlVlq! ,. 1'' ; f

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=- starred for Lawtey by their fancy COACH FAKES REDUCED::
Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Eppersonand
. Mr and Mrs. G. A. Andersonare fielding and catching. ZIFF Seaboard Air Line Railway officials )- 6

spending this week at the Ep- LAWTEYO. { Batteries were: Lawtey, Pearce this week announced. fifty-

person cottage at Kingsley Lake. L J. Philips, Cor. and Moore; Olustee, Hudnell, Hard Mlmm ....1. M.. ..*..1.. Cor. eight per cent reduction In coach
Bits OfNe e and Smith. L I fares to all stations from Starketo

The local team will play Raifordat held at Dedan' Bell effective today. The new
Mrs. D T Clark of Miami returned Storm Damage Small Services were
Raiford Sunday afternoon. rate will be 1% cents per mile.
and Sunday by
to her home Saturday after which paid usa Church Saturday
The tropical storm '
of Round trip fares will be double the t toneway
Q. E. McGauley
Rev.
local being called here on account of the visit last week did not cause any I.e..ol\wll the pastor, tares.NAT ,
death of her uncle, Col. J. L. Fra- serious damage here as the only: I Brooker.
Mrs. G. W. Roberts was shopping
zee. loss reported was caused by high L. R. Lewis spent the weekend
In Jacksonville Monday.
Concerning Our People, Business and water. Several bridges were washed Mr. and Mrs. James T. Moore at Brooker with his brother, R. P.
:Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Little, who out and roads damaged. Lewis.
SEZ
of the County and Town. and children of Plant City spent :
Progress of Mr. and suffered most as at
have ''been the guests Bean growers the week-end here the guests of Henry Shaw attended church y

Mrs. L. F. Smith for several weeks, many of them reported their beans relatives.Mr. Little Springs, Friday, Saturdayand -..--
have returned to their home In Ma- damaged as high as seventy-five+ Sunday. Well folks, I've told you this 110 '
L rion, Ind. per cent. Many are replanting for and Mrs. C. R. Atkinson and Miss Martha Groover left Mon- Lt''
Johns of Live Oak was ... Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr., has !been little son, Cecil, who have been visiting much that I guess you're getting t
fall
Cecrge the crop.Thousands River where she has }
day for New tired of hearing It, but If you don'tbelieve
ill at her home on Cherry Street I here for some time, returnedto a
:Monday
visitor here Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrew of strawberry plants accepted a position as a memberof things ; la ;,
for the past few days.H. their home In Miami Sunday.
have been'aet out and are
were In Baldwin Thursday after- many the school faculty there. are going up T I,
Mrs. David W.,Moore of Lawteji noon attending the marriage ot still busy getting out their crop. J. C. Gatewood left for Orlando Mlnele Groover ot Jacksonvillewas lust take a look

was a visitor here Wednesday.Mrs. A. Dew and three children their nice Miss Hazel Olllver, to : Tuesday where he will be employedby a visitor here Sunday and was In Tuesday's paper v
Mandarin were guests of Mr. Clifton Howell of Lake City. Rood Improvement I the America Fruit Growers. accompanied home by his little son where It a

George Flynn and son, Billy; Mrs. L. D. Green Friday ot1 Relief workers have been busy Miss Bobby Conley of Green and daughter, Woodrow and Mary, tells about a I '

Powell, spent Friday In Ocala. liev. C. P. Carter of the United this week repairing our county Cove Springs visited friends here who have been visiting relatives man being fined ,q'c, +I '
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stllley Prohibition Force of Florida will roads which were badly damaged over the week-end. here. $11.2for kissing ) '%" I
H. V. Knight attended court Jacksonville were In Starke the recent rains Miss Abbie Harley who has been Britton Groover of Jacksonville
Col. peak In the court house In Starke, by a woman, ,t ,1
I In Green Cove Springs Tuesday. afternoon visiting relatives. Friday, Sept. 15, at 8:00: p.m. on visiting points In South Carolina, visited relatives\ here Sunday. and It doelln'teven (; '

the subject, "Lest "'e Forget" Dr. Carradlne Return returned to her home here Tues Kir. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas, L. R. nay she j".t.. ,

Mrs J. A. Saul of Lake Genevawas Miss Thelma Silcox has been Those who FAVOR REPEAL are Dr. J. H. Carradlne this week resigned day.Miss Lewis, :Mr and Mrs. Clyde Kelly was goodlooking. ,kI ,
visiting friends here Tuesday added as a new member of the especially invited to this maim his position,at the Moose Mattle Harley of St. Au- and son, Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Kelly .
Bradford High School faculty. Home at OrangecPark and returned gustine visited her parents here and Miss Amy Groover attended i i
meeting. I C4vn't understand I
Mrs. J. E. Maines of Lake Butler to his former home here, and Tuesday.Mr church at New Hope Sunday. the cost of oullatlon + '
was visiting friends here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight and will in the near future open an office and Mrs. R. R. Thede were Mr. and Mrs. A. a. Mann spent why HIM snared so. It
Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendonleft (kissing, to you)
Miss Lena Belle Shepard spent relatives In Jacksonville c
here. visiting Sunday at the home of IMr. and
t Sunday afternoon in Gainesville. Monday night for Marianna Sunday.Mr. Mrs. J. W. Lewis. used to be Unit you could buy a 583

Mrs W. L. Wall and Mrs. Harold where they were called on accountof Keul Entitle Transfer and Mrs. W. E. Torode, who There will be services at Little f him. for a dollar In the ladies' 1
If
C. Wall spent Tuesday In Jacksonville. \!ofr. and Mrs. L. E. Mosley and the death of Dr. McLendon's W. E. Torode last week sold his have spent the summer at Kings- Rock Church next Wednesday, I iNUitar at the county fair, and In 1 1 n
gal
of the State Farm were father, Dr. T. R. McLendon. you were lucky the young }
children farm north of town to Mr. Mat ley Lake, returned to their home September 20. Everybody Invited In another one
.
afternoon. charge might loss r ,1
here
visitors Saturday thews of Green Cove Springs who here Wednesday. to attend.
for good me "-
.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs were in Miss Kathaleen Blanchard Is visiting frwt of charges Just
S. A. Bryan of Jacksonville wasa will move here In the near future. y
visitor here several days last George Flynn, Sr., has returnedto Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon at- The amount of money Involved was relatives in Miami this week. NOTICE OF TEACIIKKS' urtiBut
S. C., after a several all that has changed though.I s
Klngstree Mrs.,
week. tending the funeral of Benjamin not made public. George F. Young returned EXAMINATIONPersons
cost
weeks' visit here with his family Maza, who died suddenly at Thursday from Tupelo and other desiring to take teach- can't figure out why. The '
1' '
Mrs. Hogan Smith of Sampson her home in Jacksonville Monday Death Of J. \Roods points In Mississippi, where he vis ers examination report at the court of producing a kiss has certainly '

was a visitor here Wednesday aft H. H. Young and son, Theodore Rev. John Wesley Woods; a pioneer ited.Dr. house In Starke, Florida, Thursday I not Increased the supply has not although
demand, ;
and the
ernoon. Young, made a business trip to Mrs. J. W. Morgan and son, resident of this place, died at and Mrs. J. L. Sessions and morning, September 21, at 8.00; diminished
Jacksonville Thursday of last week. Keith, of Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. his home here Sunday noon after a Mrs. A. A. Smith were visiting In o'clock. Applicants will need pens, great, in certainly no greater -
In the good
Mrs. Eurle Spires of Lake Butler J. D. Logan and son of St. Petersburg long Illness. Funeral services were Jacksonville Monday and Tuesday. Ink and paper and the required fee. than It was back

was a visitor here Saturday aft- Mr and Mrs. Joseph E. Wilsonare were guests Saturday of Mr. conducted by the Rev. C. A. Cros Miss Dolly Dlnklns, who has Examination will begin at 8:00: old days.
ernoon. spending this month at the and Mrs. E. C. Priest and family by, and the remains were laid to been visiting In Bushnell, returnedto o'clock. So I suppose we'll just have to
Weeks cottage on Kingsley Lake blame It on the trend of the times, k
rest at the Oak Grove cemetery her home Tuesday afternoon. U A. J. GRIFFIS, Supt.
Miss Mary Canova will spendthis Mr. and Mrs Charles Larsen of Monday.The folks. Hogs, hominy, and shoes
Miss Susie Harrison has returned are all going up and love In the
week-end In Tallahassee with Lakeland were guests Monday ot deceased a host of
Jeavea :14
to her home in Jasper after a future will not only be blind but : 't
friends. Col. and, Mrs. D. E. Knight. Mr. relatives and friends to mourn his
visit here with Miss Hazel Adkins. Larsen.is city manager and super- departure. : also darned expensive. Moral: i' t
last intendent the Buy what you need now, and get '
Miss! Thelma Priest spent municipal plants -
eek-end In .Falatka. visiting Miss Mlna Manassa, George and of Lakeland.Dr. Lawtey Wins From Olustee GET ON AND RIDE all the loving you can before those l
blends. Albert Manassa and Fred Hawks kisses go up to $1200.PETERS' .
Lawtey marked up Its fourth
were visitors to Jacksonville Tues and Mrs. Stewart P. Vandl- '
straight win by defeating Olusteeat
With 1' j
SHOES FOR
WORK
Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes were day. vlere and young son left last week Olustee Sunday by a score "
(visitors( to Jacksonville Tuesdaymoon. for Marianna where they will reside of 3-2. MEN $1.03They
J. 11. ALVAREZ AND illS SELLING OUT SALEIt'
Miss Beverly Cady .will leave Dr. Vandlvere having opened The game was a pitchers' battle Lust linger jAI
for Jacksonville, where she PKTER8' SCHOOL OXFORDS 3,
Sunday offices there to practice his medical all the way. Pearce of Lawtey be- \ I
Miss Abbie Harley of Lawtey will enter the Jones Business Col profession. ing the steadiest all the way In the $", on the level, folks and if you miss! these bar- $1.0:1:

j ag visiting friends here Tuesday lege. pinches. Max Long featured for I gains you have nobody to blame but yourself. Cheaper In the Long Run td t
NEW FALL SHOES for LADIES
Mrs. D. D. Weeks of Lacrossewas
.ernoon. \- Olustee, getting three of their six I 1
Billy Graham left Sunday'for f : a guest last Friday of Misses hits. H. Jones and Paul Moore Imagine Stetson Hats for 150. Imagine Florsheim $2.43 to *....MI :
J. C. Prevatt of Lawtey was a Raleigh N. C., where he has entered Olive and Amelia Ray. Mrs. Weeks I Just Received a New Shipment,of
isiness visitor here Wednesday : North Carolina State Col- and her little grandson, Ely Frazer, Shoes for. $5.00. Imagine $1.25 Shirts for 95c. :I Fall Draws Mid lists

ternoon. lege.Miss were en route to LaFayette, Ala., OVER WODII' Imagine $2.50 Shoes for $1.98. Come on Around Gain, and Look '

-- Ida Burney of Jacksonville for' a visit with relatives.Mrs. NERV 'Em Over "
Jllr. and Mrs. Elmer Lazone of Is spending some time here with (

IjuksonvUle were. visitors here' her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. G. ;W Anne McGee and daughters, '. THAT'S J. M. ALVAKEZ'S SELLING OUT SALE NAT STERNBERG i

J1ursda! ."" Surney. Misses Clara, Lettie. and Marie ;
lave returned to their home In y

I Mrs. J. C.. Manning Is spending Mrs. J. O. Godwin of the State Stuart, after a uiree weeks' visit Starke, Florida a' t r l''.
jtlas week with relatives at the Farm and ,Mrs. V. R. Reddish of here with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar An- ------ ----

ate Farm.. Lawtey were visitors here Friday. dreu and other relatives .J' ;t'r "

afternoon. I ,
.
i '
J Mrs. Mary Dover has returned J. Edgar Anderson of Cam. t r

lome from a visit with relatives InIhe Mr. and Mrs. Leroy L. Roane bridge, Ohio, was a guest, last
Carolinas. and son of Jacksonville were week of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alder- '

guests Sunday of Judge and Mrs.A. man. Mr. Anderson, who is an Instructor I Tip Top Grocery !

| Rev. C. P. Carter of the United Z. Adkins. In violin, expects to locateat II I ,, j

hlbltlon Force of Florida will Gainesville this winter.
Ipcuk In the court house In Starke, Tate Powell, editor of the Baker

Jrtcluy, Sept. 15, at 8:00 p.m. one County Press, Macclenny, was a Harry Sanders (Speed) Harvey, :: i
subject, "Lest'e Forget"e caller at the Telegraph office Frl-' agent for the American Railway STARKE, FLORIDA ,

who FAVOR REPEAL are day afternoon. Express agency here, has been enjoying -

Specially Invited to this mass his vacation with relativesIn 1 TP TO your ears in worfc : ;:
and
iievting. Mrs. T. F. Landrum Is spending Tallahassee and enjoyed a motor every nerve a* bfgh tension. ( Friday Saturday September 15-16 t'

this week in Inverness visiting Mr. trip to the Carolinas, sight-seeing. No wonder yon sna"..t the wife 4 11,
Miss June Stacy of Jacksonville Landrum's parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. mad bark at the eoIMnn. + i t

week of Miss A. Landrum.Mrs. :Mrs. P. M.' Barefoot spent Sat- Watch out t,,, Oresworkednerra
J> the guest this may lead.to ;Sleepleaane BEST WHITE Cheese Ib. 18c lest Creamery Sunlight W
|earl Manning. urday in Tampa with relatives, and .
Nervous Nervon
Headache
sg, >
J. C. Chase of Jacksonville
was accompanied back to Starke Indigestion and a host of BUTTERPound ;'
j Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newsom Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hoo- by her sister, Mrs. R. T. Osteen of ether unpleasant distnrbsneeai BACONlb..8c ;

rent Sunday at WorthlngtonIprlnga ver this week at their home on Brooker, who had spent the pact Why don't yon try Dr. MDeaf Plate lb. Breakfast Bacon Ib
7c 19c .22c
with friends. Church Street. .. ten days there under the care of a'' Effervescent Nervine TableUt. ,
specialist. Just one in a half glass dwater

I Miss. Patricia Lamb and :Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Puldy andB. I makes a pleasant, spark Argo Gloss STARCH '
3 for
Maza of Jacksonville were in I nag drink delightfully soothing lOc Matches, 2 pks 15c, 4 bxs 15c
I-sale' Mae Blakely spent last Miss Mona Alderman left Mon- -
overtaxed
to : nerves r
leek In Daytona Beach with Mrs. Starke Wednesday visiting Mr. and i day for Tallahassee to resume her Maes' NerrfaM to now I

]'hnny Baisden. Mrs. B. Jacobs. duties as instructor In piano at the mad. la two forms Liquid mad Toilet Paper, 6 rolls .25c Irish POTATOES Ibs. 17c r twI
Florida State College for Women,, Elfaveseent.Tablet Both bare
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworhy. after spending the summer with the same soothing effect I

ENT A J.' P. Warren and Miss Rosalind her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. $1.00 at you drug aton' PURE CANE '
WORD SNOWDRIFT FLOUR
Jacobs' spent Sunday in 'Tampa ,Alderman.Mr. Ow.Mtu.etsNERVINH' .
and St. Petersburg.Mr. .
COLUMNOR and :Mrs. Charles Imbach i'IJP ll'!' l-t:; IS sURE nNE-JUST ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR S U GAR e

and, Mrs. George C. Kruse !were In Green Cove Springs last 12 Ibs.
RENT Two unfurnished' and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Imbach 'Thursday evening attending the 0f.lr. _Age 24 Ibs. .95c 5 Pounds. 25c

I apartments, corner East Call and were in Gainesville\ Tuesday eve- Green Cove chapter Order of East. T"U' "I"rs i '

ftuth\ Church Sts. F. F. Flume. ning attending a show. era Star meeting, at which time -- OXY D OL BULK

9153tlp929PEDERAL | | Irs. Leona Fairclotb, grand matron SOUP
:Mr. and Mrs. A. F Sauls and little paid that chapter her official SYRUP :t
liE LAND BANK Is granddaughter, Audrey Bedley, visit RITZ THEATRESTARKE Pkg. 5c

loow offering some attractive ,pent the week-end with relativesIn 2 for -____13c IS e e e e e Gallon ,.35e
pices i and terms on farms Inlath Alacbua and Lake City. Fred. Carlton has resumed his FLORIDA r

Florida. Write or see Au- duties at the local depot after a LIFE BUOY PORK and
ey Frlnk. Special Real Estate Friends of G. W. Alderman will two weeks' vacation spent with relatives PROGRAMIIKGINNING +
PEAS
'lamas Starke Florida. 9-15-tf be glad to learn he Is very much in Chattanooga, Nashville,, p.

Improved after a week's Illness at and Knoxvllle, Tenn., and Cincin- SEPTEMBER 14 BEANS
.OR SALE New Missionary its home on Walnut Street. nati, Ohio. During his absence he 2 for 13c No.2 Can lOc : q, ;,,
I Can
strawberry plants, by the bed was relieved by M. F. Hazen of I IS .5c .
Letach.Starke.Fla. 8-25j4t9-13( | Miss Mary:: Dodd tit Ocala is\ Brooker. MATINEE

lLL EXCHANGE Missionary pending this week with her mother -' Sunday Monday Wednesday, NORTH FIELD WHITE RIBBON LONG GRAIN
Mrs. William Norris, at her KINGSLEY LAKE CHURCH Saturday Sao: P. M. '
strawberry plants for corn or
[bat have you t :Mike Maruca, home on South Walnut Street. Services at Kingsley Lake Baptist MILK LARD RICE
Church for next Lord's Day is
arks,
Flu. -82t| i Mrs. William Brooker and little,,I as follows. THURSDAY-Hold Me-Tight".lamee FRIDAY Tall t 1 Can ,6c 3 Ibs. .. _, _.2Se 5 Pounds.. __ .19c ,+
WBERRY PLANTS Good daughter of Green Cove Springs Morning worship, 11:00: a.m.

,""1 white rooted on new ground.D. pent Wednesday in Starke with Subject "The Church Corrupted"from Dunn and ,Sally EllersSATURbAY DEL MONTE MAXWELL i

Dyal, Brooker, Fla. 9-812t; Ar.. and Mrs. Charles Imbach. I ( within and from without). HOUSE LATOURAINEa

Evening worship, 8:00: pm.Sub- } ,
I3SIO:VARY-. Strawberry Plants. Mr. and. Mrs. Lenthal Wymanand led "Receiving Into Church Fel- ) COFFEE COFFEE COFFEE I

| 17.45:\ per thousand, grown from daughter Ruth, of Lake City owship." "McKenna of the Mounted" i .

',arch net plants.Merritt: 4 Henry pent the week-end at their sum- Everybody welcome. Buck. Pound ::27c Pound 27c Pound .25e

r.Oak, Fla,. 915IUp11HJOR | | | mer cottage at Kingsley Lake. .

SALE MlBsion strawber- SHOW MAMMOTH PEARSMr. PINEAPPLE, Tall Cann lOc SALT 2 Pkgs.
ry SUNDAY MONDAY ._ .5e
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick and Mrs. R. F. Demorest are t"SECRETS"
| plants, by bed thousand.
.rJ or by
Mrs. Willie S. bowing their friends some mam:
cheap. M. Rhoden, Slarke Mrs. Glen Searing. One Pickford i Eealle HowardTuesday Peanut Butter, lb. jar 12c MUSTARD qt. jar .t5c'' '
these ,
'erida. Gibson *nd Miss Estelle Kendrick moth pears days. Mary 4 ... r1, ,
9.1512t1p1922'R
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In Jacksonville.Rev. sought into Telegraph office
| SALE trawber- pent Wednesday! his week weighed ,two and one- PICKLES,'24.oz. jar 15c Jelly, Pure Apple 35oz jar 15c t t
-MJr $
onary O. P. Carter of the United halt pounds and"WM a good six -Wednesday-ThunMlay
TJ*plants These, by t-d" or by the thou- Prohibition Force of Florida wlU nchea long. Mr.\and Mrs, Demo- "I Loved You Wednesday" CHARMER OK SOAP or NAVY

pi rta,are grown on In the court house In Starke est say that there are many more ElI.. Land Warner Baxter
ground anr from fresh nurz speak
I Bt
f. seed to raise some berries for the subject "Let We Forget"rho. their home In town. ;

""next' ieason. See me or writer .. who Invited FAVOR to REPEAL this man are The Cologne .cathedral Is the. ALSO SELECT!'D SHORTS 2 Cans -. .25e 5 ,For tOe Pound ..5eerr ,- ,
especially
expected Acreage we can edifice in .r n1 r
finest gothic Germany. .
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SIX _______ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH_, STAKKE_____ FLORIDA FRIDAY
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l a w.. Rae,.I9 .wBAAU.mow- Garden Has Been Dairymen AddingTo DARN II J '
i Hints To HousewivesWeekly
Dominant ThroughMankind's Attractiveness l


FARMERS SECTION from Home Detnoostrsv History About Their Plants yTT:

Unit Specialists, Tallahassee VQ
.
Florida dairy
GAINESVILLE JJ
i GAINESVILLE-The garden has
,, Conducted by Demonstration Agents USEFUL: POINTERS ON farmers In most sections of the
BUYING STAPLE FOODS been dominant In the lives of the state are taking advantage of the

human race inrougnout the historyof opportunities offered by the fine

-- .-- ----- --- Plan well before buying. Study the race, said Mrs. Arthur O. climate with the large number of
-- -
: i I a r- - native shrubs and trees to
needs and make menus and market Cummer of Jacksonville in opening grasses

Sanitation list at the same time. List articles a new series of gardening: talks I beautify the grounds aroupd the I
Simple
: RURAL together that are near together in over five Florida radio stations farm dairy plant, says Hamlin L.

System Keeps Pigs the store. Wednesday. Mrs. Cummer Is a Brown, dairyman with the Florida V
x'' COMMON SENSE Extension Service ,
t Time and money are often saved past president of the Florida Fed-

-: ; By SPUDS JOHNSOX Rid Kidney Worm by one monthly or weekly order eration of Garden Clubs, and her Most of the dairy barns are arranged a
; provided there is a saving In price talk was the firs tof a series to be for the cows to stand with

''V GAINESVILLE: new system and you have convenient storage given over WRUF, WJAX, WQAM, their heads to the walL A passage- ))-.--&>

PRETTY UP TUB PLACE of sanitation for the prevention of space and the food will keep a rea WDAE and WCOA each week until way seven to ten feet wide running

1 BV PLANTING FLOWERS kidney worms in swine is being sonable time. June 13, 1934. through the middle of the barn 2

TO BLOOM THIS WINTER tried at the Florida Experiment Ask price oerore buying. She reviewed the history of gardens from end to end provides space for llar

Station. It was evolved by the Know definitely what you want from the beglnlng of civilization cows to enter and leave the barn
Mary and I have decided to pret- United States Department of Agriculture and give a clear description. Ask to the present. "In Egypt, the through durable doors. A wide land< |

t''} .lbgr; w ty up our little country home so and consists of keepingfree for a definite weight, measure or very cradle of civilization, we find from the entrance for a distance J
and forsaken
that it won't look BO bare -
of vegetation a strip about size of can or package. Don't takea a nearly and Important development of several rods from the barn leads t.
this winter. We
are going
five feet wide on three sides of the substitute just because the clerk of garden cultivation," she the TOWS onto sodded pasture lots,
: to plant some of the annual flow.
: ering plants which would have toyr' grazing field and one about thirty says it is just as good-know said. "In' fact,, all horticulture thereby doing1 away with the un-
ifu feet wide side where the dusty or muddy unsanitary
t.. on sleep- quality. arose from their profit-making sightly
be planted In the spring farther
d i '; north, but if planted now in Florida Ing quarters are located. Keep i informed as to specials but care of plants. The Egyptian de- dairy lots that are common In z '
Department investigators have be sure they are real bargains to manded and obtained from his garden many of the dairy states.
will bloom during: the winter
months. found that most of the eggs and you. Keep In touch with advertise S edible fruits, medicinal herbs, The sod grasses common to the

; Immature worms will be passed in ments. timber and shade, state such as Bermuda, carpet,
We have a bulletin from the college -: Bahia, Centipede and St. Augus- .. ..
., urine on these cleared strip, and Keep posted as to seasonal and "The Babylonians and Syrians -- --
on growing annual flowering without forage, they are soon kill- regular prices of staples to guagesavings Invented the hanging gardens, for tine make it easy to have a sod
plants, and in it we have found a -
around the buildings. These
dairy -
.I; ed by exposure to sunlight, heat on special sales. which they are famous. To the
long list that can be planted in and drying. Studies have shown Bulk buying is often cheaper Medes and Persians we particularly grasses, with the rye grasses and

I:, September. We intended to choose that most of the infectious mate- than package foods providing the owe our appreciation of trees, winter clovers, make it practicalto HOW WOMEN

p the ones that we personally like rial is passed around the sleeping product is as good and conditions and the development of marvelous have a carpet" of green grass all CAN WIN MEN
best but since
like
others
might -
'' t you quarters and close to the fences. of store and home are sanitary. early parks. We who take the of the year.
; here is the list: Ageratum, These stripy, can be kept free of Keep a record of number of servings Garden of Edens as the beginningof The native trees and shrubs give
calendula, candytuft, cornflower, in various. this state a mark of distinction, AND MEt WINThe
vegetation' by hoeing or plowing.It size cans and pack all things find that it Is decrtbed
".. cosmos, galllardla, gyp ophlla (orbaby's is estimated that ninety per ages. as exactly like the oriental tree says Mr. Brown. The live osk, pine,

> ; breath), nasturtlium, pansy, cent of the hogs raised in the Read your label, don't glance at parks of Persia. magnolia, red leaf maple, dogwoodand Favor of Other

: r pink, poppy scabiosa, snapdragon, South are infested with this kidney It. It gives facts and is a guide in i "The people of Jerusalem, the holly, crape myrtle, palms, Men

stock, sweet alyssum, and sweet parasite. By following the simple buying. It tells: name of product, Greeks, the Romans, the Bysan- with many of the beautiful vines, Unleae tw( pints of bile Juice --expect them to vet. rid of this polion
peas. There are possibly others, trade provide shade and give the Florida flow Gaily from liver into d-stroy.. your personal dot
ttIu'' sanitation system outlined by the mark name, name and ad tines, the Italians and the your rt.nn. The,set
and then in October we may plant department of agriculture, it dress of manufacturer, weight of lards Span- dairy surrounding a touch of beau- your bowels! your food decays in do It. for they only move out the tall.nt"
all
had of
; their gardens. Roof your bowel and
:, some larkspur, lupine, and verbena. your bowels This poisons th.t doeiat uto
ty not common in other states. your
should be possible to prevent most content, purity of content, and gardens, which we consider whole! Movements away enough of the decartd poiwa .
as a body.
Then some of the tender varieties set hard .
,
barns of metic won't help at all.
y Open providing
often indicates plenty
of the
the pigs from becoming infected, grade. recent
; such as aster, coleus, marigold, experiment, were thriving end constipated. You get yellow Duly a free flow of your bill Juiw
phlox, salvia, and zinnia petunia and thus avoid this scourge. Losses Buy by quality or grade rather on the town roofs in the outskirts sunlight and air, with concrete tongue, yellow skin pimples, dull top thl. decay poison. In your bowe Tho.IQ
,
i, we of livers loins and other parts of than brand unless you know the of old Rome. floors and mangers and steel eyes, bad breath bad taste, gas, I one mild rentable medicine which. tarn
will plant about February. Then carcasses from Infected hogs are brand. Trade names are sometimes stanchions, thoroughly washed dizziness, headache. You have be- a fre flow of your bile juice I I. Cartor'l.
ol we believe that we will have "France, Germany and Russia Little Ll .r PUlL No ealom.l (m..
a succession ap)
each day, make the Florida dairy come an ugly-looking, foul-8mell-
by no means a measure of the act- misleading. In Carter' Only fine, mild
contributed
of flowers throughout- the ual loss to the Southern hog Indus- If possible be familiar with State their influence In the plant a clean, attractive place to ing, sour-thinking person. You extract If you would bring back nmut nut
greater part of the year. try, it is said. The greater loss is and Federal food laws. development of gardening. Finally, produce a quality of milk as goodas have lost your personal charm. Carter'Personal, charm to win men. start Ukiu,
We bave a light Handy soil and England and America have con In the Everybody wants to run from you. Little Liver Pills aocordlu: ; t 10
that which occurs on the farm In general, the larger the fruit tributed any United States. direction today. tai at drug stortT
;r we are going to mix it with a good through the death of the better color, texture, their parts, it being Eng- But don't take salts, mineral Refuse "something" just as good",for H
y amount of well rotted manure and many pigs appearance land who gave us the type of garden President Washington's horses waters, oils, laxative pills, laxa- may rrlpe.loosen teeth or crab!rtctun Aik
and the failure of the survivors to and thicker the syrup, the that for Carter'. Little Liver Pills bj Km
tive
decayed leaves before we plant the we so admire today. were a of candies: or chewing gums and
make good use of the food they better the grade and higher the source great admiration. and get what you ask for. enas,C.IICo.
seed. This will supply plant food consume. price. I I ,
k as well as increase the water holdIng -
Grades of canned fruits are fancy .
3I capacity of the soil. To get a
choice
standard and below or
quick growth we are going to puttiVI' Mole-Crickets Can substandard.In .
V from three to five of
pounds fertilizer -
general, the smaller the
v Be Controlled With vegetable
like we use in the garden on
except asparagus, the better
lr xaq the soil about a week before we Poison Mash the grade and
? Bait higher the price. "
plant.
Grades of canned vegetables are The ROMANS
; I, According to the bulletin we GAINESVILLE--Mole-crickets, fancy, extra standard, standard c" .., .
;; should sow the larger seed in rows, and below or substandard.Anna S T
but should plant the smaller ones serious pests of gardens and lawns, Mae :A
I are rather 1 In Slkts. .
L in ,seedbeds and transplant the becoming widespread "
plants. We will move them to the Florida, and the Agricultural Ex- "
open ground when they are about periment Station is receiving nu- Crops Being ReducedBut

4 four to six Inches high. We will merous Inquiries as to how to con- U. S. LivestockStill had phrase for it"CAVEAT

i give them about the same care, trol them. J. R. Watson, entomol- a ---

cultivation, and watering as we do ogist, has devised a method of poi- At High Peak
the garden vegetables. In case soning them which ia quite successfuL t
-t V It IsI.. poison bait and is 1
they turn yellow and
seem not to A definite reduction In
be scattered over the ground after crop pro- a
growing we will liven them up sunset In the duction while livestock and live- "
by applying a little nitrate of soda evening. stock products are still being produced EMPTOR, meaning "Let the buyer
or sulphate of ammonia. This bait Is made by thoroughly
On
t nights we will spread canvas frosty or mixing, dry 25 pounds of an ordi- high lights In large of quantities the'mixed were agricul-*' the be>vare." This wasn't used as a bit of balm to

burlap over the tender nary poultry laying mash which
plants. tural situation that
1 ... contains buttermilk, and a poundof ing August, according developed to dur-the ." ease the ancient conscience; nor, yet, was it pla-
The Paris A half dozen
', riculture- dairy In cow any helps community.stabilize The ag- lemons, green.oranges or grapefruit whole are : Agricultural monthly report Economics.of the Bureau The of carded in the booths and stalls of the market- 1

milk and milk products make up grated Into two and one-half gal- wheat, corn, and -: ,
4 thirty per cent of the family's food lons of water, and a quart of syrup be much below the potato average.crops Cot-will place. It was a piece of every-day knowledge,

supply. This surplus food Is added to this mixture. The poison -
product ton, on the other hand
t would have born of
i has a cash value twelve months in mash is then moistened with dear-bought experience.
been a very large had it ,
crop not
k' the year. The Increase of the herd this liquid until It is damp but not: been for the r

bas a value equal to that of any sloppy. It Is scattered in small acreage reduction :. .' q

t 4' I other form of livestock. flakes over the land in the evening campaign.The livestock situation Is marked A shopkeeper knew little about the source of U
'
after the sun has set. Up to half

JACKSONVILLE ACCIDENT RATE: Florida 111011 rank. of bran the, If mash desirable.may be replaced with. and by dairy production products of, each cattle at, hogs high, *:/ his merchandise. This tunic he bought from a C1

eel seventh in points In the cycle. It Is to be ex- 1 'trader who said it
the United ,
from
States he
to automobile asY This treatment can be satisfac- pected that the shortage of feed came Byzantium. So
accident death .
} In 1932, the rates torily used In both seedbeds and crops will tend to bring livestock ,, sold it the latest
: crease in year showing a de- garden areas. The usual rate of production into a better relation to as Byzantian style The trader

pared with such the fatalities 1931 deaths as when comes application the acre,is but four more or may five be poundsto used demand this means, but that temporarily a large number at least of : told him the dye was pure Tyrian---it wouldn't
the

? -) rate,state it bas ranked been revealed fourth as in a to compilation the If flakes desired., the When bait Is scattered not apt to in poison small will cattle be, both sent beef to and the dairy market animals for, fade. So he sold it as Tyrian dyed. But the hl,


{r '' son, director by Dr.of Stewart the bureau O. Thomp-of vital mals.birds, chickens pr domestic ani- slaughter.market has The already heavy operated movementto to buyer knew the responsibility his own. If he a

statistics, state
board
V of health.
depress farm prices, so that hogs, -S guessed his
1 A dairyman's creed: "Know cattle, and S wrongly, or judgment was poor it was
cows were lower in ,
Paper can be pressed into serv- cows-then breed feed
your and '
> V his hard
price luck
iceable heavy car wheels. weed." on August 13 than a month n
earlier. This combined with aim '


1 And the Worst is Yet to Come peak sharp drop about in the grain middle prices from of July the, I j 4- ', : Today fortunately there safer lie

VSf ,'- brought the index of farm prices I are guides har

V i ..r...'"'.. -.''lor t f e.. a r.. .. a. 1 t e l 'down Notwithstanding five points during this the drop month., the I \ :.\......;, ;", ., r: than the blanket-warning to "let your eyes be your

It f general index of farm "t4 market."
a y prices standsat f.
.r. ,J'Lj: e t' f' r I 72 f
.. compared with 09 a pear ago.l'L.HKII '
,tor .t j. r r i -. ern
., AND ilPKCTORS .
'' SPECIAL:: EI.KCTOX:: : These guides the h
'I'It. t rv are newspaper advertise-

;- ...1. 1'I i- ere The of Bradford Hoard of County County at Commlnlon-thvlr. reg ,. I ments. In this newspaper they are a weekly cat"I
.
ular meeting held In Stark on Mon ,

; ; : Do, i. I the day to serve,following tieptember at the Clerk 4th.Special liSil and 1 Election Inspectors appointed to -t I" ':: alog of the best values in town signed by responsible '

." be held at the several precinct firms.
: within Bradford County on Tueaday. If the goods are not all that is claimed t
October 10th. 19JJ; a* per House But
No. 0, Section e, Act 1933: 't for them their "
I Preelaet No. 1, L......" spons would need to "beware.
I Harold Pearce, Clerk) T. T. Black
Ivg--I rt-1 I burn, ,Inspectors.Precinct J. 8. Austin. and O. J. Phlllipn ;; r For no business can thrive on a one-time sale or on u

I, Mo. :3. North: Stark ': ,
F. A. Boo It, Clerk; L. J. Ureen, J. ; dissatisfied customers.
fit, }' L. Conner, and A. It. Moore, Inspec '
l tors. e'I

Prerlnrt M.. a. *...<*, Stark
} L. D. Vlnlnir. Clerk: W. T. Molaen- : f'. : A signed
f I dorf. K. U Orlffl, and A. W, An- J., advertisement is in a way like a o
,
derson, Inspector ,
el l .. Frrrtmrt N. 4, Crakasjs i V i promissory
.-rt The
note.
V I advertiser
'S .; i P. F. Abernathy Clerk; J. M. Sur- has made a
vane,, W.' T. McEv.r, and L., C. V

Smith.. 1'Inapector........ N... 5. llarpte.v. .i. -, statement, and affixed his signature as a sign of
7 \ H. Griffin. Clerk; U. W. Rhame,
B. John., and J. L. William. Innovator good faith. ;
s *.
r Pyre/act a T.......... '. rdl'
John flail' Clerk; U. U. Hlnson,
Jacob Cartenn, and S. It. Swindle, So read the
Inspector. advertisements before start
ft'' Frerlnrt X.. 1'', :*.w River you
II I 8. L. Crew, Clerk; Roan Turner, out on a buying-trip. \
S R. R. Andrew., and B. L Keiley In- Make this a regular habit, ;

-- .t vpectora.Prreleift Net! M, nreokev and see how much
r4Vrk1t 1 "S J. D. Baxter Cl>rk; Levy Hreecott. you save in time in temper -
Rand Crews,_ and M.P. Math.n.r, ,'
t in
Inapector. money in shoeleather.PAGE
O. W. HINSON. Chairman. .
.. Board of County Commllonr,
# ...' -:-:., Bradford County Florida.
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A. J.: THOMAS, )lerlr. -S4tI10If| (

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f FRIDAY, _ 15._ _1083_ _ _ _ _ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TAKKE. FLORIDA FACE!: SEVEH< ; .:
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-:; .__ ....: .. '" I legislation- -the National Indus NKVnrs SCIIEUtL1:';; The mountains of Peru are rich -
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-- ::. :-_=:::::::.::--:':::- '::::'"' .".".-.. ..,.:r :: j 7gcD Economic I I trial Recovery Act, under which I In minerals and many valuable

L '... .::,,5' 1ft&J& l i, the. codes are being signed and the North UonuJ South Bound r.-.lni-s !'<>v,Tnl datir. 'mrk to the

mlt .. -."' n a oJ Highlights I 1 i 'NRA drive la operating and the 4:13: A. M.- 9:3t: A. M. Incas. are being workrU.,
.. :::;
; : I ... .
::: : : farm relief bill. That phase la being 1:591': M-12:01:!: F. M. --- -- -
t \\.W
MITIn5N. \
4:59 P. M...__. 6:19 P. M.
Happening ')'Imtrrt'ct The Dinner talked about in wise circlesnow"Is : : t t...... I IK hvvcl.y irlvon t" all COIVciM'ui1 _ _
constitutional?" 9:19: P. M___. 2:04: A. M. lhat the ,
it Speculation toy i <,11 of the
I Tky word is a lamp unto my (feet,, and a light unto my path.! -Ptalm 1191O.juurbnufakiitin. : I'allH, Dividend Checks and I, AS to the attitude of the Supreme -S city n( Xturko, Florid sitting a. n _ _
Tux nil! of Every Individual. Hoard of KquallMrn: on Annum, Siuh. .
All N. IE. A. SHOWS KESl'LTS! Court Justices has been rife. A school Is maintained at Hamburg A. 1). UU. made the following
: [.. religious teaching doctrine or September 7, 1933. National &n creed, if they are to have any claim InArimrul>l<< From Local a. filed by the city tnx nxmtnimr. for
divers In the various branches of
the love loyalty and devotion of the people, must be In harmony vita Bradford County Telegraph. declare the program justified be- 1UD3. Notice. IK fiirtlx-r given, that
,the pan teachinlZll of JeflUS the Christ WhORe words fit Into every fold and c"vlceof Dear Editor: Welfftro.> cause of national crisis and that their work. the.. city council will nt a meeting to

I the nurnnn heart. and of whom it was laid in John 7:406. "NEVER MAN four others will keep the letter of l b.A. I.held. IMS.on nt the the Sril c-lty day hull of In Ortoliar HtarkK, j ,
,
SPAKE LIKE ThIS MAN." Some time ago the writer was a The United States Isn't the only the Constitution. The unknown IV '11..] Clllfl'IT ('1)I'It'"' OKmi nt 8:00: o'clock' p.m. will hear from .
subscriber for your delightful pa *I>K 011" rouxTY. FLORID \I all Burn owner or URcntu a.. desire
I ..as ton ef Bradford and Union rountles are Invited to Una thl* doiiient per. The depression came-per. country that Is experiencing the element X, la Chief Justice Hughes i\ cii.ttKiir. to appear and tile complaints &. to ,
l for Rowe of church activities', organization and announce* trend toward recovery. During the who might vote either way. I'ss. No. ftOTC the valuation a. fixed hy the "aidHo..rd ;
is L. Stockwell Conservator for
noticed. Now NRA aa
haps you of 3iiun.llrii and hear
freely given and no charge miule-the only' requirement of 1933 there was :a any
I le. Space getting; a foothold-to stay. Hence second quarter In case Mr. Roosevelt's legislation Hunk of Stark. a Florida Hunkma reason why: the valuation should bchnnRcd. ",
twine that uch Items reach thl* office before Wednesday morning marked upturn In commodity rtonoratlon.. Plaintiff' v*. J. I* ..
,) this P. O. order. Have forgotten is thrown cut by a five-to-four Bhrtver I et al I: Defendants.onnrcu '
i they cannot be handled for current Issue. of the world Lots II, S, 4, B of Bile 4. OrlB. Town
tbcrwlxe_ Just bow far this will subscribe. prices In many parts decision, he still has an ace In the ov SKUVICBNOT1CH ...r41a..k..., T. A. Brn! .on from -
according to a survey made by the could call have TO Al'PICAH 2500.00 to 400000. t '
hole. He ,
But let her' far she, will. Congress ''
go as as TUB P $ ATH OP FLOniDA:
Lota 1. S ot Ulk 7, Original Town- "
ItT.\ltKE CHURCH DIKECTOnY employed in building the temple. Trusting we will be able to increase Council on Foreign Relations. Most the number of members of the To: Whit llranch. lint Company, a of stark, Dr, W. U. 1'nrka from
which, on the highest spot of Important advances have been court extended from nine to eleven foreign corporation; Frank &: Com $3000.00 to iSDort.no. -
First ;:put Church Mount Moriah faced the east. It beyond our expectations as made. in this country in France who pnny. The. a foreign rurporntloni I IOrlLl1I1I1I1I' H 8K ft. 8 inches of Lots 8. B of
and two
appoint justices agree Simuldlnic Company, nUoorKlu
these are times when all good Ulk 16 Original Town of Htarko
Rev J Johnson, pastor. consisted of a porch and outer Americans must keep their feet on the sole major nation left on the with his political philosophy thus corporation ; En.llcott John- Chan. (l. Woodbrlilv from $3800OU ,
Sunday School-10:00: A. M. chamber and' an Inner chamber, gold standard-and In Great Britain six-to-ftve Bon Corporation .a New York corporation to $4000.00. :
himself on
,the ground and back the President. giving a grip ; CooprWlla & Company: a Lots6NotItlk1SxI49l.tt, %
Horning Worship-I1:00: A. M. numerous side rooms for the use :He is our President and this Is our whose managed currency polIcy the court. This has been consld-, Michigan corporation; Adler hoe Orlirlnal. Town of Stark.. Ch.... 0. .
B V P U.'a-7:00: P. M. of priests. The court was'the real I has been the controlling factorin ered before, and president have Company a Ocorula corporation: N.Eninirer Woodbrlilitn. from $7000.00 to $7600.00.
country-yet. Itlumicart' & Company,
Evening Worshlp--SOO: P. M. place of worship for Israel; the Sincerely S the rise. Other countries to almost always appointed justices Inc., a foreign corporation:' Lamed. ('uliil0ftttofN5Corofl3IklTand run W 25 ft K 60 ft I.IArk. t I. JvTDA

A cordial Invitation extended toI temple itself, the dwelling-place of show advancement Include Australia whose ideas agreed with theirs so Carter & Company, a Michigan corporation ft tn 1 ..elftt.o".l. n { Town oC
these services. entered by the priests JOHN C. WARD. Canada Austria Belgium Germany ; J'hlllll.-J ones Corporation .., 1C. A. Bishop froll'flUO.OO to vw
I I Jehovah, was far as governmental principle Is n New York rorporntlon; $1000.00. ,, .
alone. When the temple was completed 1441 River Street and Switzerland. In the first concerned. Chat lea Wolf. William F. Allen and W a I ft of trfitu J. 4 of Blk 19.. ', .1 I

Methoaint ChurchW they brought up the ark of Hyde Park Mass. half of 1933, British prices were I OeorgeV.. Murker, the ronhUnru... of Original' Town of Htarko, V. \. Jlrln- ,
F Jones pastor. S ach of whom la unknown .In If son from 15000.00 to HO)0.00.
the Lord, from the tabernacle of steadier than those In either this business an en-partners under the 10>i oC Lot 1 and Lota 8. B. T ot
Sunday School 10 a.m. the congregation, and all the holy SUNDAYAFTEKNOONS country or France. This marks a A few months ngo intlatlon was nam" anti style of Miller Unln, never Illk 20. OrlKlnal Town of Htarko,
Morning Worship. 11 a.m. the subject of the hour. Then It & Company at 1001 Filbert St., Shell. I'etrolviim Corporation front -- .
vessels that were In the tabernacle drastic change; from conditions in Philadelphia, E'enpoylvnnla; W. M. 4000.00 to $ OUO.OO. ,.
Young People's Meeting 7 p.m. By :MRS. W. F. BOULWARE moved off the stage and other actors TraiiMou, whoae reiildeno I.. unknown
even those did the priests and the 1931 and 1032 when British price 'Illk SI KH 1t..nd.,1 on Runny Map
In the recovery play took Its doing biielnen. ai TrAnnou Original 'rown or Mtarke, bit K...
Presbyterian" ChurchRev Levltes bring up-into the oracleof Gather your children around you fluctuations were often extremely Hat Company at DreBiiolioro, North flnlnir Cmnpnny from $71100.00 to 17'
II. minister. the house to the most holy On afternoons violent. place. It's coming back again now. Carolina; Marguerite 8hrlver Corn $10,000.00.
George Lowry Sunday Some observers believe that it Is and Ira 11. Corn, her husband I.I I both rnm 171 ft t M' of NI3! ror of Illk 55
Services Sunday. September 17, place. And It came to pass when Read to them sing to them This price question Is keeping Inevitable In the near future; it is of r.otiHT llacli. California, and who and runV 8(1( ft B SO ft, '
$, follows: the priests were come out of the They'll be men and women soon. many a citizen awake nights. His there receive their mall at lont if- thvncw N along 0 v aide Ot.ar.1: ; St to ,
s that the cloud filled the i known that the President has been fire. Hox 59$. IT IS:' IIKltlGIIY: OU- heir., Original Town of .Stank., W. A. i
10 A M. -Sunday School Lesson holy place, problem is: When will Income Increase and to bringIt EniCI I that you and each of you Stern from $500.90 to 160000. ..
[topic "Solomon." Scripture 1 I house of the Lord-so that the Save bits of good reading and verse In proportion to rises ip the' studying ways means crc reiiulreil to appear on the 2nd I*>ta 1 I. S, II. It. lIt. 14 of Hlk 18,. *
[ 8111. priests could not stand to minister That you may find, through the level 7 The answer to that Is'' about and, control it. A great tiny of Ilt-Ioller. A. 1). !133 .before the UvlniTHtoli't Truhy fc Co'ji Additionto
icings price businesses are still as far nbov entitled Court to the bill of Town o Stnrko, W. F. Mott from i ,
many
U A -Morning Worship sernon because of the cloud: :for the glory week still a question mark, Bulk of complaint filed nvnlnnt, you Mnd $1000.00 to l1o)0.lo.) ) V. ,. ,
of the Lord had filled the house ot Have them to look forward to Sunday American particularly -: away as they ever were from the each. of you In the above entitled L..ti I, 2, a of Illk 19. Livingston,
( by the pastor; theme, "Now wage-earners usual sources! of new credit andthey've online. wherein. the plaintiff. He...k. tofnrncloxe Truby it" ('0'" Addltlrin to the Town i
l\re We the Sons of God." the Lord. those In the white-collar : a rorlnln mott unite a.. ILfh..t of "Mtarke Nat William from $no.ooto S

7 P -Christian Endeavor In 1 Kings 8:12-53 Solomon'sprayer Or elsewhere, their pleasure they'll class will have to walt some time got to get money somewhere and \prior lien, auperlor to, the $000.00.! I 4 __ ____
; seek.If if they are going to be Instruments claim of vHrh of you over the ful Lots I. 1. U. 14 of nile 8(1( Mvlnwaton. '
.eader. Mrs. Lowry. to God In dedicating the yet before business conditions war in the lowing butte In itrad ford County.Florida Trilby & ('0'. Addition to Town I
:: :
services will not is set out and rant substantial advances in job-providing lii-wit: JA ota 6, R, 7, 8, II I, oflllouk of Htnrli. J. It. Moor from $*00.00' '0 -
Evening be temple any
re- everyone possible, go out neath the trees, wage-raising drive. Start of an Inflationary IH In Ward, City In 8-ollon K, to $|1'1110,011.| >
umel until October 1. should read it. Where God's nature adds to His their earnings. The present recovery program Is seen in tho Township 7 Houth, Kiinir, 20 KaHtnlno :. : Lot >S> of Hlk K, N. .1. Jones Addl.tlon '. -ii ,
Is natural, has littleto "n.n.II'llUr at Hotitheont corner tn Town of Slitrke, 1 C. Powvllfrom It 1.
A cordial Invitation to all drive. as *
our the
addressed
Then Solomon
people Word, announcement that the Federal Reserve of HICH of HWY of nld !$! Hoctlon $.100.00: to $1000.00 I ( 4$.
Iservices extended to all. and said, "Let your heart there With Bible stories and songs. do with those who have Incomesin using the power granted to 1'own.hlnn.1 Ibnita, ami, i't.iiVpst. Lot :il i and N ft of Lota 4, B. 5 of : 5 f
be with the Lord the high or middle brackets. It Itt3 yardtt, then. <*e run North 80 ynritato Illk H, N. J. Jones Addition to Town \ 'it 4
fore
perfect our To the accompaning songs of the It a short time ago has been a Mouth or Ward 1
concentrated those boundary City, of Hlnrkn I J. M. Alv r... from $OO.OC i
C'NDAYSCHOOLLESSON God to walk in His statutes and birds. Is on helping : heavy buyer of government bonds thence i KitPt: nl keep His commandments as at this who are in the lower-brackets or I Ihenc Houth fo yards to be- Lot 1 of Hlk 1, highway Addition \0 SI
doing this is an easy means of ginning, vxcept the AVent 7s feet; I to Town of 8t..rk.., (hilt Heflnlnn ,
have Income at all. Major effort i
When the of childhood are no .
day. years I expanding public credit, ,,i.n, coinmencltiu n-t tin Houlhweatvnrnrr Comimny to $2f>OD.Ol( s :
Is to manufacturing.newjobs ot staid RIO1\ of HWVi In said : r'lll OOI :
past given 4 Lot II, 7 4. Temolea Addl.tlon I.
Chapters 9 and 10 tell of the In. The answer to this question as Section, Township, and HHIIRV, .and to Town of Mtarke.' Alliitrt' Hart, '.
And out in the world and that cannot long be done, g ,
they are ,
crease of Solomon's kingdom and to so many others Is solely In the run Kant, 220 yardn. thuncA runNOI.th limn from $!>0i>.00 to $800.00.:;: p
FOR SEPTEMBER! 17, 1933 11 Solomon 'They'll still follow the Master until there Is stabilization of commodity mind of Mr. KooMevelt. Congress MO yards to south boumlary of l.nlH. tl, 7, H, n, 10 of Ulk 1. Wynn'a '
Subject: Solomon. power. Chapter says Go forward with banners unfurled.For costs on a higher level. Ward City, thetic,: Went on lIhD Id Addition ti> Ktarke, It. V. Demoreat '
I
abandoned Jehovah and worshipped gave him at his demand, practically boundary. 220 yards, thenr 80 from II 0011.110 to $1100.00. S >, ,
Golden Text: "Enter Into His the heathen Gods for political Cost-of-llvlng has advanced mate- unlimited power over the cur yard to tiptflnnlrtic, xcept the Hunt:. L.otH 1, B, :a of Dlk 1, Wynni Addition -
bates with thanksgiving and Into if they give their hearts to railly in the past few months; most 100 festi) nml "llrndford County Tel.eurapli to Htark.. 11. F. Uemoreat I _
reasons and to please his many I Jesus rency. :Ho has used that power I. hereby denlnrniited iia th. $100.00 to $900.00. '
f
Ills courts with praise." Psalm wives "And Solomon did evil In marked. advances are still in the cautiously to date. newspaper In which this notion Khull. Lota 13, 14 18, 20 of Dili :2/, R. N. s \
JlOOMa: The tempter will find no room I future. September 1, the new taxeson be published one a week. for four DowllnK'a Addition' to Stark, R I', I M, 41)niuorest
the sight of the Lord, and went For Mother and Daddy taught certain foodstuffs and iii" .uonxenutlv wek: from $200.0(1 J to $3i.0( ( j I ,
I AI'I'I.KTI POII
IXOTtrh] :
Lesson Text: 1 Kings 1-11. not fully after the Lord, as did David them cotton, 'rx I>Ia.,1)T Witness. the Honorable A. Z. Ait. Lot XI, 50, 31, 32. 83. 84, 811, 88 of r
articles to help finance I- klnn an Judge of thin Court. and the
other -passed Illk .1, It. N. nowllnv-a Addition to
Practical Truth: Public worship his father." In some ways Sol. On Sunday afternoons. farm relief actionwentinto NOTICE IS HFniKPY GIVEN Heal of thin nUrt, In the Town of Btnrke, It I'li..morn.t from $200.00: r
essential to A. O. 1'naraall I, holder of 51of "Stark, Bradford ,
t every community or omon was wise, but he burdened I S County Florida to $400.00. iL t'
,atlon. effect. Tax Certificate. No. 430 8 ret day thin JftlIAt'8.g1L\u&'uHt.\ 1033. 4 AUI'''" In SIC I.', of SKV hounded N 1W
the people to aggrandize his royal CLOSING OF MAILSMall of Auuimt" A. I>. 1931. hap filed. said. ( by Field. pine, W hy land of Mr.. If _
Time and Place: About 970 court., He deserted the Lord to ortlflcnt In my office and mad. A. .1. TirOMAS Wells, H liy Hy and 11 by Mt. $: ee. 19, .'' ,f S't
I It is faulty to speak, of a govern. application for tux dead to Innu Clerk, Circuit Court.Tlrailfnril a H. II. 23 U. J. Andera from ,
P C. Jerusalem. make alliances with idolaters. Train South Closes rf60.
thereon In accordance with law. County, Florida.
ment at this 0 tn $500.00. S .tr r11
recovery program _
Solomon was the of S No. 11-Parcel Post9:00::> a.m. Said. rortlflcata embraces I the follow- Knight & Knight Htark, Fla. Fruit ClruwerH UxpreHa ('0. p.raonal "r J7' _
son King time. It's a Roosevelt! program InK latrlbtfd; property situated In Attorney for ..Ialntlft. 9-l6t0-29| | tux, from $48.00 to $100.00 i s
iVo. 107 Letters
|avid and Bethsheba who hadn Special pure and simple. No one else really llrutlford County Vlorldn. tr>-wlt] lulf Koflnlnit ('n, peraonul tax, i _
Delivery & Spe. K..uth..aat Quarter of HouthwaetQuarter .NOTICfel' (>!"" AI'IM.IC\TIOX" Foil from ( '
$1400.00 to $1760.00.
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the wife of Uriah. ciaillandllng__ 0:50: a.m. counts. They come into the lime- ( of Hnrtlnn: 23, Township 7 'I' \\ ill..,.:., Postal I Teleirraph & Cable Co. per (. )
: | The following discussion of Solo- BOB JONES light for a time as did Raymond Hori. Hi, flange 22: Kunt. NOTicm in J 'JI JI"o OIVEN.Thut annul tax, from $l 111,0"") to $100.00. \ '4 ,
:North Tha. assessment of said' property Mrn. Grace of .
Pan American Petroleum Corporation ,
i *n la given: No. 12-Parcel Post and Moley play part designed to help under the. said uortlfloat Issued was Tax Crtlflcata No. 114, -81'd day of Personal tax from $<00.00 to ;, f,
the administration and depart. III the name of Unknown. AuirtiNt, A, D. 1933: hna, filed uertlfl.out $17&0.00.: ?s
David's Charge to Solomon Letters______ 3:00: p.m. Unless said certirioat shall be redeemed In my office, and made, application Standard' Oil ('0, personal tax 3 S J
When David's son, Adoni jab, Never has the cabinet been so sub. dee,1 for tax deed to issue. .
No. 108-Letters, Special according to law tax thereon In from $2800.00 to $2ltr,0.00. .. ',
the Congress is rarely will issue thereun on the 16th day of accordance. with law. Said certificate .
{j tted to make himself king after (1OMMENTS & merged; : Southern Itch Telephone & T le- %
Delivery Special -
; heard of. The only true spokesman IJpntemlKir, A. 1>. 1033. embrace the following deacrlbeel graph ('0., personal tax, from 604.01 : ; -, j .
I avid Solomon
was proclaimed Handling._ 5:50: p.m. Dntcd this 11th day of August, property altunled In Tlrudford to 'I OO.OO. S
Ing' at the instance of his mother Starke !and Jell Branch for present policies Is the President A. D. 1933. County Florida to-wltl West half Hwalmard Air Line Hallway Co., ..? 1 0 _
himself. As a result his Informal A. 3. THOirAS! of Northeast Quarter, of Houtheaat miles H. T., ,18 mllea H. T., .ill) mile I _
ath-sheba; the prophet Nathan : Mall closes ___________ 7:00: a.m. CMi-ik of Circuit Court.llradfurd Quarter and one, acre In Northeast. Wannea. Uranch 1.33 mile. aide I .
:idoz the priest and Benaiah the Mall arrives_________ 2:40: p.m. speech made to neighborsin County Florida. Corner of Northwest. Quarter of track .tft nillna Ride Track front f
8-18JEt9-15; | Southeast Quarter. "Heotlon' 25, Town. '
:neral. As David was about tolie Dutchess County New York on fla,36T.00 to $20,734.00.Weatern
"Sleep on now and take S
your ahlu 7 Houth. Uanw 21 Kaat contaiiIng Union Teleicraph. Co., per
he gave Solomon a most im- rest." That is what Jesus told His LAWTKY CHURCH DIRECTORY a recent visit to Hyde Park, is KOTICI4 UP 11'1""I. 1.U'IIAnOfIJ, 21 acren. aonal tax. from $663.00 to $1500.00.)

Iresnive charge: "I am going the disciples in the garden the night First Baptist Church more Important than such speeches Sixty days after date hereof. to. The a..B.HHinnt of Bald property We, the underHland. do hereby S j
wit: 23rd day of September, 10.13. I under the sail certificate. issued waa certify that the above and foregoing
ay of. all the earth: be thou He was betrayed. He had asked Hev. L. F. Chapin, pastor. usually are. Mr. Roosevelt said will present my voucher and final In the name of Sir.. draco Kinney In. a true and correct Hat ot the real I f f.y

trong therefore and show thyself them to watch with Him. But instead Preaching services first and that his program was simply one account to the Honorable B. K. Ferryman Unl.... said certificate shall be re.deemed and peraonal property efiuallaed by

[, i man." He bade him follow the of watching they slept. They third Sundays, 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. of neighborliness and is based on County, County 1I'lorl
ord in all his ways. With this slept when they had an opportuni. m. the supposition that whatever ttn AtlmlnlHtrator .of the Ka- Heptemher. A. I). 1933. In wltnea whereof w* have here.
t' hurts one's has rightto tat* of Mary Klvol Andrew. d- Jinteil thla 11th day of August, by aubmrlbed our, namea ant the 'f
avid the school 10 H. B. Ar- neighbors no
after
great king died arlgn ty to enter into the fellowship of Sunday a. m., caaaed.Thin. A. D. 1933. data above mentioned.

, of forty years; seven years His sufferings. They wasted their wood supt. exist that the communal inter the 20th day of July 1933. A. J. TirOMTAfl, O. W. ALDRRMANf 1I'I '

: Iver Judah In Hebron and thirty. Grace M. E. Church\ est is the all Important thing. lie I fl.V.. ANIIIEWS Clerk of Circuit Court Chairman, City Council TJ' ti
opportunity."God
Adm'r of E.t. Mary lilvol Andrews, Th'adrord County Florid.. Atteat City Stark, Fla.
; Iree over all Israel with Jerusaem never intended for hate to Rev. W. B. Christy pastor. expressed also the belief that the 1-1819tI0-U| caid. 1.1I16t19-U CARL JOHNS City Clark Ut| -13LOOK '

I as his capital. I win its purposes. Sometimes God Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundaysat new deal program is wInning, said

, Solomon's Dream In Gibeon 1 lets hate win His purposes. That 11 a. m. and 7:30: 'p. m. that it will be his permanent pol

logs 3:4-15.: In a dream Solomoneard is what my good friend Governor Prayer service Wednesday 7:30: icy.He HEREDOLLAR

the Lord asking what boone Bibb Graves of Alabama said to me p. m. % isn't through worrying yet _

| should bestow upon the king. one time. The Governor is right. Sunday school 10 a. m., Mrs. However.. Next difficulty is liableto

Solomon's reply was first an expression Hate put Christ on the cross. Hate Mary Moore supt. be a test of the constitutionalityof

of gratitude for all that meant to destroy Jesus. But It League 6:30: p. m. Sunday. his two most Important, pieces of I SAWNE lOTER!

;'od< had done for him and for his failed. Jesus is Just as much an

ither David; second, an expres- Issue today as He was when He

Ion of humility; and third a peti stood in Pilate's Hall. g ;

ion!: for wisdom that he beble Jesus beautified all of His con
might
r + Do You Know ? + I By Special Arrangements with the
to rule the people In the right tacts. He touched babyhood into ., Leading Magazine of the 0

53. This choice pleased the Lord beauty by taking little children Country We Brine You the Biggest Bargain of All TIme .

:nd: He answered that because he Into His arms and saying,' "Sufferthe Subscriptions To 3 Famous Magazines with A New or Ronewal

ad asked litUe children to unto
for wisdom instead ofches come S
Order for This
Newspaper.
or a long life or the life of me." You never see any one wearIng ... ,
'"
,,8 enemies He would bestow upon an electric chair on a watch '''M '*,''' ALL 4" ONLY .

''m the wisdom for which he ask- charm. No one would think of ,"''t" 'V"'<' rt' ''.'' MAKE UP YOUR OWN CLUBI _

I I. and) exceeding great' riches and wearing a necklace with a scaffold N :f.;,-'In.JoY _

/mor' in addition and also, If he : and a man hanging to It. But people .1- !
hOUld walk in God's way his life wear crosses and put them .on < V."t'H 1

oUI') be prolonged. I'I hurches. The cross. before Jesus '\, "';'h:,_ 1 Magazine From Group "A" $ '. GO .

Solomon''Iadom hung on one was more horrible j 2 Magazines From Group "B" : ;

We are at than electric chairs or scaffolds.He ., l
once given a specimen i 1il -
f Solomon's .I' touched the terrible cross and ; And j I _
wisdom In the jUdg.ent ___
of the famous plea of the two i transformed It Into radiant beauty. : T:2 fIZlVr: *otAprn: ((1 Full Year) '_' PAYMORE

Jill en both claiming\ the same I'! Jesus stayed In a grave for three
He walked out He ?
1be. Later days and when
((1 Kings 4:29-34): ), were _
left Because He _
told that Solomon was the a lamp burning.

We i seat of all men. He is said to who died love death Him.has no terror for those Your Choice of Any One Y ,Your Choice of Any Two ] I IMagazine

spoken three thousand pro- J in Thli
'rbs and written a thousand five "I don't believe In doctrinal Group Magazines in This Group 4

ngs; also Psalm 72 is attributed preaching. I like practical every _ _____ GROUP A ..> GROUP Bn ,0.* 1 _

him. day preaching." You hear that expression c 1 C McCalTs MatuiMUl Yr. _- Better Home WGarden 44!] _

!Solomon's often. All Bible doctrineIs : a Woman' Home Compel Yr. 1 71' _
WnlJ
Magnificence practical. If Christ suffered for -4t- n Woman's Ir
The king is called a' a Pictorial R"-I Yr. --- -- Household $L4
.' "the magniflnt us, we should suffer for each other. SCTMH C-- Fr 0 Magazine I 71'o 1
All his I Play 1 Yr. 0 Need.'ecraft
1
and
plate drinking burdens e a 71' 'rt
If He bears our we oughtto -
Isel vere of gold. Ills household fr. D Hollywood Mori Mag.tYr.O 0 Good Stories '. 1 71' 'fl'4
_
,, bear each other's burdens. If
l Uy consumed thirty a bund : Open Rod (Boys)_, I Yr. I IU 0 Country Hone :2 yr.

sheep besIdes oxen of all He Is coming back sometime, 'we P.tlin game to be patient in suffering. id. 0 :
ada. ought Progrcuiv*Farmer ::1 11"dl .
"'!SInn There was a constant suc- All through the Bible we find prac. 7V:! < BS __. Southern Agriculturbt 1 71'IJ1. _
!
of guests. The train of his : tf' AnJ
rvants tical applications of all the fundamental .... i.J > ., Tour Chalet of Any 0114
was such as had neveren M' M doctrines.
"en ( before. THREE: IN AU, TUREE IN ALL
Not long ago a modernistic .
_._ J
Olofflon'. Temple preacher said to a friend "Bob -- .

It was David's desire to build in Jones is one of these 'fundummentallst HJ' OFF R IS. .
.t-I
nwalem'b. a great temple to Jeho- I preachers." He didn't intend \ _4j2JJtL,1.: .& .' utzITaMze antl mai J _

But this was denied by the I to, but he was complimenting me. ..., _.._ .
)rd' ; -------- ,. __ IlftCtoae'.s( me UM three mqufn..
because;: Bible from the first \ ,
he was a man of war : I believe the ..
'Id **1'* house should be built by verse of Genesis to the last verse \ 1 The ar. no strings attached to this eh.ckd with yees's sahMfpdao to you MW(>*?M.Btrwt .J,.

IIalI of P80In building the of Revelation. I respect an honest offer I Every magazine iubscrfptionwDl

!I1ple Solomon had the aid of Hl"! 'doubter or even an open. frank In ,,....,...,.. C-a4.s. Ne..S .......... be filled Nama _
'h exactly as represented.
king ot I have contempt for a
.f ) i Tyra who furnished fidel. a the Ilk-cotton tree of the Bah,,,,,. consists moitly of root
Mar and fir who will stay in the THAT If any of your subscriptions are ren -
eat which formed so preacher grow 'In fanta.tio; form .. the above photograph *how T i or R.P.D._ _ _ ,
a part the house of God. church and fill a pulpit and makea At one tlm' the native. of the Island" believed that *vil spirits dwelt .w*le the time will b. properly fattended. ..

MB"fUll lu the fourth year of his living by robbing the people of I In thi tr<... Near It. ,.*ds I I. found a downy (liken cotton-Ilk malrll _

It occupied seven years in their faith in the Gospel for which I I that I I. much used In the manufacture .f"al\lo"I.. This tre* Ul Twa and StatSEFIEMBER -. ,

dIng. About 200,000 men were the church is supposed to stand. IOm.tl"1 called th*, pom'_.. ,
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Bradford County Telegraph CO-OPERATION: TilE ANSWER rDi(6f6'( -N. ;EM-Ui _. i irms.


Established 1877 "All they recognized be governmental agencies,, privateor whether Maybe' You'veHcard >""4

,t educational, all agencies that
i It But
have Investigated the agricultural ,

its Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class problems of the United States have I '

l' Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. agreed without exception that cooperative -
: marketing Is the only an- BAD GIRL L

swer," said Senator Royal S. ,Cope- The little dears will pick up 1 :
L. Matthews __ _u __ .______Editor and Owner land in a recent address. those bad words, won't they? No '" ..... _.:...: ....... ...... cT

4T Mr. Copeland's speecn was prin- matter how much mother and dad

SUIJSCKII'TION RATE cipally concerned with tho strike whisper, and how much spellingout in ever!! ether wall
troubles tn' the New York;, milk they' do, Junior Is likely to "-
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it
't Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance IMS; thEe uearoia tieirerm (
$1.50 '
r: Yearly, ; shed. He pointed out the fallacy come out with a damn in' the most '

i'r Advertising Rates on Application of attemtping to bring about a unexpected places. SSbilene7exas2bo.has no neck, {v II ,'

given end by Illegal force of arms, Take, for instance, the little tenyearold : ana cannot tune JterJteatt. :f ,\ ; .

Remember, September is safety month.o under the leadership of professional cherub who, with her par \ __ r!. 4.
; agitators, and comparedthat ents, is spending the summer on ., 'L
t1'S with methods of the" cooperatives Klngsley.Lake. Although mamma

Most of our farmers are "in conference" setting: straw- whtoh are working to better and papa seldom leave her alone,,

"*,'' J,' "' the farmers' position by the use of they happened to be away one day
berries. economic weapons. The first can when an irate livestock owner -c

o bring agriculture nothing but dis called and accused the family dog / 11

; Football will have to wait a little while until the World tress and disillusionment; the second I of killing one of his bogs.

? Series gets out of the way. :", is making definite progress "We're' not at all sure he did," e orirand2 h kJarrows
and is the threshold of its
on period i
di' Y'+4 r' o of most decisive achievement. the ten-year-older"replied were at one t imported"to
"Well, I'm sure, said Mr Hog-
p The best answer we've heard to what NRA stands for It is an encouraging sign of the I oWner, "and if he gets another one the'Urntedllates fry t/fe ;;

is "Nominate Roosevelt Again." times that the co-operative move-I I'll shoot him." ay ofPhiladelphia -
ment Is gaining ground
"You do," chirped the dainty lit-
-0--
state, but it seems to, have got its I
One reason it isn't safe to travel in India is that there toi'-hold on the strawberry indus- tle miss, "and"we'll kill every damn
hog, yogot. >
:, are twenty million widows there. try chiefly in the Plant City area. \ t .' "
wr Growers there, spurred on by des- /TrFqd
n I I o "STUNG AG,UN"
'. perate economic conditions as the /
; Weren't Japan and China having a war or something before result of unsatlsfacory returns An amusing story comes from
our correspondent at the Florida
the NRA usurped the front pages? from their main cash crop last sea- exhibit at the World's Fair
son, moved forward on three fronts
f, o Over the fair grounds are paper
{ endeavorin
in
recently a co-operative
A queen bee will never sting anything but another queen marketing that is hoped will cup dispensers and alongside are iv __ dfmJJ4 explorer
Inverted bottles of distilledice ,
glass ,,J
bee. Isn't that just like a woman? lead to more prosperous years
water. For a penny you get a wade ti 94 *tie trio inotte
L. M. Rhodes, s'.a.(.. marKeting
ic o cup and can drink your fill and dis- d
commissioner, in a recent addressto tfay sw/4Qdo7le4'e.
Moses Folsom is dead and newspaper readers will miss card the cup In a slot where it dis- _
t Hillsborough County strawberry
appears from sight
his "Flashes of Florida Facts
growers stressed the need of'meet-

k rya, I o ing present conditions'with some A mAn with' the appearance of
-- '
sort of unified effort. The com- ::omirs: from" small western town : --- .
That deer that was trapped on the ledge got almost as
missioner declared that producersmust placed ,n penny in the slot and ex- .

f n much front page space as IIuey Long: have a quality product to sat- tr"cte< a cup. He seemed disappointed "' ..--. .. yrx.t.

oIt's isfy the demand of the,consumer, over his possession and

always the right time to have something growing "It any man tells you that cooperative linked" another penny and crumpledthe rl
i and farm organizationsare cup in his hand and passedover I ."

F ; in the back yard that the family can eat. no good, I'll tell you that they to the other dispenser, wherehe a, -.rw- .M 4Se

o are the only organizations' that went through v&he same opera-
have demanded and 'secured 'anything tions. When f'\lr\ ,pennies had been <
Palatka Times-Herald that to a woman on a shoppIng -
says the farmer has ever got in lost to him foreverli4!} turned about //res o, jSirafcottt Gtwp&ej/s card
I tour C.O.D. means "call on daddy Rhodes said. and remarked with fervor: ;
the Mr
past
rilt his speed JBeack.
<< top JDayton.?
o The views of Senator Copelandand "Stung againby heck! Got four

The'time is getting short in which to pay your 1932 taxes Commissioner Rhodes mightbe cups and nary" a drop of water in ritcreaS'ed'' -one -inch in diameter I

and take advantage of the Futch bill. a little advanced and ntight any of 'em. ..-.-- t
meet an unresponsive audience in
0 farmers who have been used to an THE CURSE OF COFFEEWe
People who are always talking about the good old days swering only to themselves for spent a fascinating hour the grown. Father got hold of two my brother's keeper?"
half-dollars at the time and
same In Florida
hundreds
Today of
other
\ evening glancing through
seem quite content to go on living in these. whatever keting their course products they chose, but in It mar-is to the 100th Anniversary Edition of I From Other Pens I let us hear them rattle. Taxes were families are homeless. Many of

oSomeone' be hoped that the time will soon the New York Sun. We say glanc- no higher, but harder to pay. them barely escaped with their
because It would take "We owned two kerosene lamps, lives. All they possessed has been
ing through
has discovered that the almanac predicted the come when the wisdom of their remarks neither
will be realized days to thoroughly read the 104 TOBACCO CIIEWERS COST of which had a chimney. swept away by wind and flood
I hurricane last week. Better throw the things Our house
away The Bradford Growers' pages that the editors of this his- MONEY wasn't celled, but two Through no fault of their own they
County of our, rooms had lofts in them. find themselves without food
o torical old newspaper placed upon ,
Association flourished several seasons -
l
:'I If the hour-glass figure for women comes back there ago and all of its members the doorsteps of, their subscriberson Snuff dippers tobacco chewers, We had a glass window In our'company' clothing or shelter.

will be lots of young men with time on their hands. seemed to be pleased with the results the morning of September 2. and smokers cost the state govern- of furniture room.was a Our homemade nicest rock-piece The American Red Cros:; ,
obtained when their One section of the edition was ment $40,000 a its disaster relief unit has
they put year. through
;, chair. Our
Ing beds were of the
it ,; o united shoulders to the wheel and filled with stories clipped from the Governor Sholtz and his cabinet slat undertaken the task of caring for

The man who thinks he is carrying the world on his pushed. However, for the past Sun up through (the years. HereIs are smarting under such an ex- or tlght-rcpe variety. these unfortunates Immediate |

there has been a sample of what editorial writers bill, as well they might. "We went to school two or three funds be raised to
pense must
shoulders will be surprised to find that it can get along after year or BO a falling carryon
off of interest and the associationhas got all hot and bothered about The revelation was made to the months in year, but not in a bus. this work. You and I, who In this j

he is'gone. been only semi-active. If there back In 1833: board of commissioners of state institutions We attended church'once a month, instance Providence has treated
"A society is about to be formed but not in a car; we used a two-
o time when it should be to donate
ever was a by T. Ed Bryan, state kindly, are called on
;' There are 4,000,000 people in the United States that can revived full force, that time will be by the ladies of Portland, Maine, purchasing agent, the other day mule wagon. We dressed up on food, clothing and money.
to be denominated 'The Antl-Mar- Sundays, but not in silks or satins
neither read nor write, but even they have to listen to cam- during the coming season. All ryingaTobaccochewingHusbandSociety. when he submitted a bill for "We sopped our own molasses; Of course you would if you could j
other Industries are protecting 112,744 for tobacco purchased by but feel are so hard up,
paign speeches. .' We would recommend to we ate our own meal; we considered you you
themselves by united fronts- the state prison, the state hospital, with the car and radio and frigid-
the young gentlemen as an offset, ,,rice a delicacy for only the
farming must do likewise and the farm colony. start-
airs to for and the kids
to form an 'Antlma.rrytngacot.teedrlnkingwlfeSociety. preachers to eat; we had heard of pay
The Safety Harbor Herald wants to know why they put .' Allow a As a result of the figures becom- cheese, but never saw any; we ing In school next week. It's ter- j
holes cheese it is that MOVIES FOR CHILDREN ; ing known, the state seriously is knew of some rible and you're sorry and'every.
so many in Swiss when limberger. Dr. Abbott Lawrence Lowell, for young woman who is a confirmed store-bought clothes,
'own ask:
considering producing its to- but and thus
thing- you
r coffee drinker to live twentyfiveyears. but never hoped to wear any; we
needs ventilating.To the president of Harvard "
many years
bacco
to supply these institutions. "Am I brother's keeper
has In each day there will pass got, a stick of candy and three ral- my
University, accepted
d o unanimous election to be chairman her pretty lips one pint of -Tallahassee Democrat. sins for Christmas and were i hap- Stop a minute and picture the

hold your man, Mae West says let him eat garlic if he of the Motion Picture Research coffee strong enough to unstring o py; we loved ma and pa and were plight of these poor folks who, be

t F likes it. The next point to be settled is who wants to hold a council, a five-year-old organization the t nerves of an elephant.In MEN MAKE CITIES never hungry, enjoyed going nakd fore the disaster, were situated
for making studies of social one year she will have swallowed didn't want much, expected much the same as you are t today
man who eats garlic? influences of the movies. upwards of ,forty-five gallons.In Cities are what men make them. nothing And that's why our so- They had homes, clothing, food

-0 The first research undertaken by five years this will amount to What men demand they shall be; called hard times ain't hard on and yes, a lot of bills and obliga

e Cuba has had four governments within a month. By the society will be a study of the I upwards of fourteen barrels; and Slothful, sloven, and sleeping. me."-Pathfinder.B :tions. Now all they have left are

the process of elimination it should hit upon the right one Influence of pictures on the audi- In twenty-five years it will be 350 If Progressive the beautiful, free. I the debts. .. .
of the
barrels, or upwards of fifty-eight hearts builders are to sell you'
were
ence, especially on children. r h Suppose you
; before many more weeks. The organization has already put large hogsheads. And (to carry out noble, r I radio and all your living room fur

o in four years of work on this sub- tho calculation)-if one female In one with the day and need Late niture and gave the money to the

Washington Star says that man kicks about the weatherthe ject, and the investigation Dr. drinks, in twenty-five years, fifty- They will build into grandeur and i Red Cross, or were to gather up

round. The only variation he makes is to look at Lowell says, has been "thoroughly eight hogsheads of coffee, how greatness.For it decreed.. T5bO all the clothing and food in tie
so was
year scientific." much coffee will 101,294 females elassif i house and donate it to the relief of

y'' different ends of the thermometer For more than a year the sleepof (the present population of New -From Rotarian Magazine. those who have lost everything,

o 170 children was automatically York City) drink in the same --, > RUSSELL KAY wouldn't you still be ahead of tie
recorded instruments space of time? They will drink "TIMES AINT HARD" -"U')'. Florida Prey /Auatuu ? The tables might just ai
4 14' Those two Wauchula boys who are going to push a wheelbarrow by to deter- game
810,392 hogsheads!! Now If the know
mine whether going to the movies well have been reversed you
u to Chicago should load it with Florida oranges and be cost them lost or troubled sleep. ladies of our city Gould see before Without a doubt the past two or Mamma Nature Is certainly a If we'd Just been smart enough

,, a further advertisement for the state. The tests showed definitely that it them a vast lake of eight hundred three years have given some unfortunate -I great little kidder. Here we were in Tampa to rope off both sides of

o did, not only the night of the picture and ten thousand three hundred folks some pretty hard just gettln' up on our hands and our playful river the day the dam
and fifty-two hogsheads of nerve- rows to hoe. But there are thos knees ready to do some first class the spectators
but for as long as five nights broke and bad charged
;a Some Chicago hospitals are said to hold babies as hos- afterwards. weakening coffee, destined, every who claim that times have not been crawlln' and she picks up a hand- a dollar each admission, wed

'' tages until the bills are paid. Wonder if they send the chil- Other tests showed that children drop of it,- to pass through their hard. George McKee,of Anderson, ful of the Atlantic Ocean and have at .least a hundred thousand
lips how would. the sight effect S. C., is one of those who argue throws It at us, turns on the cold relief pot right
? dren away to college when the time comes? take movies more seriously than dollars in the old
them that times are not so To shower, and like tar
? tough. the old wolf in had ten cent \
grownups, that they are more real now. Or if we a
a o let you know what he thinks of the the bedtime
story: "Woofs, and folks have
to them, and that their emotional on every gallon of gas
'The day of "personal journalism" seems to have been reaction is sometimes as much as Imagine the erudite editor of the so-called depression or hard timeswe puffs and blows our house in." used the past week drlvin' around

t ; revived in West Florida with the editor of one weekly callingthe eight times as marked as that of Sun asking such a question Any- are printing what he had to say When that crazy storm did a left lookin' at the wreckage, we could
one knows that the on the subject In the Bandera turn at Lakeland and went *
; preverse creatures anortin' hon
new
editor of another a polecat and a nefarious liar. grownups watching the. same pic build all the refugees a
would (Texas) New Era: It follow the middle be
I Immediately begin to : up of the state, we talks Tht thrill of helpln' ought to

o ture.Of course, we must not acceptthe wonder- how much sugar and creamit "Don't talk I to me about hard In Tampa celebrated Thanksglvln' even greater than the thrill of

1 The New Outlook aptly describes a banquet as' an affaire narrow view that all motion would take to make the stuff fit times. I was born eight miles from two months in advance, thinkln lookin' so let's everybody chip I la

I m where you eat a lot of food you don't want before talking pictures upset children, but neither to drink. a railroad five miles from a school we'd escaped. Then along comes and do our part. Don't wait to oe
house nine
must miles from a church, a flood that takes the HillsboroughRiver immediatesend !
embrace the too-liberal Is
we solicited. The need
,I about something don't understand to a crowd of people 885 miles from New
you doctrine that it is safe to let them OYSTER STEW York, 200 like Dewey took Manila. your remittance today to tw
who don't want to hear you. see any and every movie that "An oyster is a father one year yards from a wash hole, and fifteen Now all the folks who put their nearest Red Cross office.A .

o comes along.Censorship. and a mother the next; it Is possible feet from a cornfield. confidence and most of their earth- operation *

Is not the answer to for it to be both, simultaneously. "Our nearest neighbors lived two ly belongings In care of it's banks little unselfish no"
Racketeering exacts fifteen billion dollars annually from ." miles and find the part of everyone right
this problem. It would be as stupidto -News item away they couldn't reador I their assets beln' liquIdated right
American business. But it could all be in writ I never saw suit of will l do more to set things
stopped sixty days ask to sit through a a underwear Maybe Mamma Nature was just Flonw

''i, y if all the authorities would get together honestly to stamp picture grownups that has been reduced to a Thought Freud, in of years nothing of mental more confusing musing, old until and I that was seventeenyears !i trytn'the to be helpful by jolnin in on has again taken than It anything on the chin else before and

';- it Warden Lawes of level where it la suitable for a nine- Than revelation administration program and and we'll snap out
v out.- Sing Sing. I this fact we found perusing didn't belong in our family. The I destroyin one-fourth of the come up amllin' of
child it Is out
year-old aa to ask that crops.
Just last night, night before. of this Just like we snapped
o child to sit through a movie that I or only books in the house were a I She certainly did a good job if that

r A How many cross-state canals would there be if every consists mostly of clever dialogue, Biologically twirling Bible and a catalog. : was the big Idea. However, her the others._

; Florida town could have one dug where it thought the logical a great portion of it too subtle Oysters set our head awhlrling, our"There family were, but twelve, members wit In plan it of diatributln' the loss makes County AgentGeorge Bates of
you see had II doggone
even for the average adult mind. And we'd give Just six pence sterling tough on a lot of innocent cod liver
location should be?Bradford County Telegraph. Did you But is there three rooms to live In, including a bystanders.But Blair, Neb., advise givingoil .
any reason why a
't 1 y ever hear of Venice?-Miami Beach Sun. special series of motion pictures If we understood them more. dining room, which was also the be In' In more or less of a to hens for eggsshells building re8ls'f and b.

could not be made that would be i kitchen. Everybody worked at our hurry Dame Nature probably figured strengthening
o of eggs.Aweed
;. suitable for the of First a dad and then a mother- house. We thought everybody else that even if she did destroy creasing hatchability
degree develop- -
Peggy Hopkins Joyce, describing her next husband, says ment that a child's mind has ob- Start off one, an4 end the other- In the world had gravy and bread all of one person's property and that produces. a polsOllIJke l

'b' he must be bronzed, even-tempered and handsome Judging tained? We do not expect our Heavens help us. Bless you, for breakfast, liver and cracklln' left all of another's intact, it nicotine of tobacco for sprat|

y from Peggy's past record we shouldn't think the possessionof youngsters to while away the long brother! hoecake for That's a job we'd none corn pone: for supper, 'cause since
envy charity and
dollars will be held him. winter evenings reading Marcel brotherly love been discovered Russia.
? of a couple of million against that's what we had., would adjust the : -
matter
Proust-we provide gaily illustrated I In the end.
o Think of suffering reverses "Some of us wore brogan shoes She knew that Estonia bee
fairy-stories or books of adven- I nearly two thou- The government of

a'' An Oklahoma woman whose daughter married a profes- ture for them. Why not make motion Change Reproducing-then In time to pay what the worse nurses la! had occasionally nice white'la the.shirts wintertime.for summer-We :sand Galilee years ago on the shores of I prohibited the Importation of eS'iii

sional violent that pictures out of these same i the Wise Master left us fruits and berries except dried
wrestler, showed such displeasure it took Oysters can't have any fun. time use We slept on straw ticks, one :
children's books? The commandment-greater than
fir ; ;t six patrolmen to calm her. There should be some pretty possibilities, I -- and pillows were not thought of or all the rest-that we should i cept under special license
to an Imaginative mind, are Inn The war brought Albania love
good matches when motherin-law and son-in-law meet. nite. I roads and motors. good would required. I didn't know that money :one another; answering for all i The Tebeldl tree is used" t
rattle until I
was Eg'P
.4 nearly time the insolent query: "AM I water reservoir in Duffur,

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